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Fraternity 



Residence Directory 







MiSM]i/ 



RESIDENCE DIRECTORY 



OF THE 



SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 



THE CHAPTER ROLLS 
ALPHABETICAL AND RESIDENCE INDICES 



TOGETHER WITH A HISTORICAL SKETCH 
OF THE FRATERNITY 

SINCE 1890 



CHICAGO 

THE SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 

1902 



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Copyright 1902 
by the grand council of the sigma chi fraternity 



HLht ILaktatlie ^rtss 

, R. DONNELLEY * SONS COMPANY 
CHICAGO 



PUBLICATION COMMITTEE 



RALPH F. POTTER, Grand Quaestor 

CLARENCE W. WHITNEY. Grand Annotator 

HERBERT C. ARMS, Grand Tribune 

NEWMAN MILLER, Grand Editor 

RAY G. MacDONALD, Grand Historian, 1900-1901 

FRED A. PERINE, Grand Historian 

EDWARD M. DEXTER, Grand Praetor, Fifth 

Province, 1S99-1901 
PAUL W. CLEVELAND, Grand Praetor, Fifth 

Province 



3396S1 



PREFACE 

The Twenty-third Grand Chapter, held at Nashville, Tenn., in 
August, 1897, authorized the preparation of this volume, and Frank 
Crozier, Chi, '92, was elected Grand Historian. The question of an 
appropriation to meet the necessary expenses failed to be considered 
and Httle progress could be made by him or his successor, Newman 
Miller, Alpha Pi, '93, who was elected at Philadelphia in 1899. Only 
preliminary work therefore was done previous to the election of Ray 
G. MacDonald, Alpha Pi, '93, who began the compilation of the ma- 
terial for the book, with the cooperation of the chapter historians and 
interested alumni, early in the fall of 1900, the expectation being that 
the book would be ready for delivery at the next Grand Chapter. As 
is generally the case with fraternity publications of this nature many 
unexpected diiSculties were encountered, and notwithstanding the 
Grand Plistorian's earnest efforts, the first copy did not go to the 
printer until May i, 1901. Grand Historian MacDonald was obliged 
to discontinue active work on the book about June ist, the task being 
continued by the Grand Triumvirs, and at the time of the Grand Chap- 
ter, which assembled at Buffalo, New York, on July 24th, about one- 
half of the chapter rolls were in type with proof slips mailed, and 100 
pages printed. This result in actual publication was accomplished 
largely through the efforts of Grand Quaestor Ralph F. Potter. The 
work of the present Grand Historian began immediately following 
this convention. 

The present volume aims to be a Residence Directory, as distin- 
guished from the biographical catalogue of 1890, the information 
regarding each man being limited to his full name under his chapter 
and class, collegiate degrees, present address and occupation, together 
with any of^cial position held at the time of the return of his proof slip. 
In addition, when prominence in the work of the Fraternity has taken 
the form of a delegateship to a Grand Chapter or membership' in the 
Grand Council, mention is made of the same. If a member is a 
graduate of an institution, this degree appears without date as the first 



vi PREFACE 

item of information on the line beneath his name, and if he has been a 
member of more than one chapter, the book contains information in 
duplicate concerning him. As much time was occupied in the printing, 
the Addenda found on pages 455-474 was included to provide for 
later initiates and corrections. Previous to printing, a proof slip was 
mailed to each member for approval or correction, with directions for 
return if undelivered. Beginning with Mu chapter, page 175, page 
proofs of each chapter were forwarded to the chapter historian and 
two or more prominent alumni for corrections and additions before 
printing. Addresses which are probably incorrect or insufficient, 
when no later one was reported, are marked with a dagger (t) and 
the names of deceased persons are preceded by an asterisk (*). No 
mention is made of expelled men. The Historical Sketch was written 
by Past Grand Consul Joseph C. Nate, with the exception of a por- 
tion relating to his own administration, which was written by former 
Grand Tribune Charles Ailing, and the pages relating to the founders 
of the fraternity were prepared by Grand Tribune Herbert C. Arms. 
The gratifying growth of Sigma Chi since the last Catalogue 
appeared may be appreciated when it is stated that the alphabetical 
index contains 7,202 names, as compared with 3,879 in 1890. The 
first Catalogue of 1870 contained 1,069 names and that of 1876 about 

1750- 

Inasmuch as it is the intention of the Grand Historian to maintain 
an accurate record of members, it is hoped and urgently requested 
that the readers of this book will inform him of any omissions or 
misstatements that may come to their notice. 

Fred A. Perine, Alpha Pi, '98, 

Chicago, July i, 1902. Grand Historian. 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 

The Sigma Chi Coat of Arms ----- Frontispiece 

List of Grand Chapters ------- xi 

List of Chapters, Alumni Chapters, and Alumni Associations - xii 

The Founders of Sigma Chi ...... xv 

A Historical Sketch ..----.. 3 

Miami University, Oxford, O. ----- - 31 

Alpha Chapter -------- 32 

Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, O. - - - - 35 

Gamma Chapter -------- 36 

University of Mississippi, University, Miss. - - - . 47 

Eta Chapter --------- 48 

Jefferson College, Canonsburg, Pa. ----- 59 

Iota Chapter ........ (jq 

Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. ----- 65 

Lambda Chapter -------- 66 

Washington College, Washington, Pa. ----- 79 

Original Nu Chapter ------- 80 

De Pauw University, Greencastle, Ind. ----- 83 

Xi Chapter --------- 84 

Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa. ------ 95 

Omicron Chapter - - - - - - - - 96 

Erskine College, Due West, S. C. - - - - - - 105 

Original Pi Chapter -.-..-. 106 

La Grange Synodical College, La Grange, Tenn. - - - 109 

Original Sigma Chapter - - - - - - - iio 

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. - - - - in 

Psi Chapter - - - - - - - - - 112 

Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg, Pa. - - - - 121 

Theta Chapter -------- 122 

BucKNELL University, Lewisburg, Pa. - - - - - 129 

Kappa Chapter -------- 130 

Columbian University, Washington, D. C. - - - - 139 

Epsilon Chapter -------- 140 

Butler College, Irvington, Ind. ------ 145 

Rho Chapter --------- 146 

Polytechnic College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. - 155 

Upsilon Chapter -------- 156 

Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. - - - 161 

Zeta Chapter -...--.- 162 

Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. ------ 169 

Phi Chapter --------- 170 

Denison University, Granville, O. ----- i75 

Mu Chapter --------- 176 



viii CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Northwestern University, Evanston, III. - - - - 183 

Omega Chapter -------- 184 

Hanover College, Hanover, Ind. - - - - - - 193 

Chi Chapter --------- 194 

Hampden-Sidney College, Hampden-Sidney, Va. - - - 201 

Sigma Sigma Chapter ..---.. 202 

Roanoke College, Salem, Va. ------ 207 

Tau Chapter --------- 208 

Howard College, East Lake, Ala. . . . . . 215 

Pi Chapter --------- 216 

University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. ----- 219 

Delta Chapter -------- 220 

Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tenn. - - - - 221 

Nu Chapter --------- 222 

University of Wooster, Wooster O. - - - - - 225 

Beta Chapter .---..-- 226 

Mississippi College, Clinton, Miss. . . . . . 233 

Beta Beta Chapter ..--.-. 234 

Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Va. - - - - 235 

Gamma Gamma Chapter ------- 236 

Monmouth College, Monmouth, III. ----- 241 

Epsilon Epsilon Chapter ------- 242 

Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. ----- 243 

Delta Delta Chapter ------- 244 

Princeton University, Princeton, N. J. - - - - - 251 

Sigma Chapter .-----.. 252 

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. - - - 255 

Phi Phi Chapter -------- 256 

University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala. - - - . 261 

Iota Iota Chapter -------- 262 

Centre College of Kentucky, Danville, Ky. - - - - 263 

Zeta Zeta Chapter ------- 264 

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. . - - . 271 

Theta Theta Chapter ------- 272 

Southern University, Greensboro, Ala. - - . . 283 

Chi Chi Chapter -------- 284 

Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind. ----- 285 

Delta Chi Chapter .-..._- 286 

University of Illinois, Champaign, III. - - - - - 289 

Kappa Kappa Chapter ------- 290 

University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, O. - . - - 297 

Zeta Psi Chapter -------- 298 

University of Iowa, Iowa City, Ia. ... - - 305 

Alpha Eta Chapter ....... 306 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. - - 309 

Alpha Theta Chapter ------- 310 

Ohio State University, Columbus, O. - - - - - 317 

Alpha Gamma Chapter ---..-- 318 

Beloit College, Beloit, Wis. ....-- 323 

Alpha Zeta Chapter .....-- 324 



CONTENTS ix 

PAGE 

University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. ----- 329 

Alpha Epsilon Chapter - - - - - - - 33° 

Stevens' Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N. J. - - - 335 

Alpha Delta Chapter - - - - - - -336 

Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, III. - ■ - 339 

Alpha Iota Chapter . - . - . - - 340 

Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Mich. ----- 345 

Alpha Kappa Chapter - - - - - - - 346 

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. . . - - 34^ 

Alpha Lambda Chapter ------- 350 

University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. ----- 355 

Alpha Xi Chapter ------- - 356 

University of Texas, Austin, Tex. ----- 361 

Alpha Nu Chapter -------- 362 

Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va. - - - - 367 

Alpha Mu Chapter -------- 368 

TuLANE University, New Orleans, La. ----- 369 

Alpha Omicron Chapter ------- 370 

Albion College, Albion, Mich. ------ 373 

Alpha Pi Chapter -------- 374 

University of California, Berkeley, Cal. - - - - 379 

Alpha Beta Chapter ------- 380 

Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa. - - - - - - 3^3 

Alpha Rho Chapter ...-..- 384 

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. - - - - 389 

Alpha Sigjvia Chapter - - : - - - - 390 

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. - - - 395 

Alpha Tau Chapter .-..--- 396 

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. - - 399 

Alpha Upsilon Chapter ------- 400 

Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. - - - - - 403 

Alpha Phi Chapter ...-..- 404 

Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. - - - 409 

Alpha Chi Chapter ....... 410 

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. . . - - 413 

Alpha Psi Chapter ....--- 414 

Leland Stanford Junior University, Stanford University, Cal. 417 

Alpha Omega Chapter ------- 418 

Hobart College, Geneva, N, Y. - - - - - - 421 

Alpha Alpha Chapter ------- 422 

Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. - - - - - 425 

Eta Eta Chapter -.-----• 426 

State College of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. - - - - 433 

Lambda Lambda Chapter ------- 434 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. - - - - - 437 

Nu Nu Chapter -------- 438 

West Virginia University, Morgantown, W. Va. - - - 443 

Mu Mu Chapter -------- 444 

University of State of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. - - - 447 

Xi Xi Chapter -------- 448 



X CONTENTS 

PAGE 

University of Chicago, Chicago, III. .. ... 451 

Omicron Omicron Chapter ...-.- 452 

Addenda .-......- 455 

A Historical Sketch (continued) ...... 473 

Alphabetical Index -------- 475 

Residence Index ---...--- 517 



LIST OF GRAND CHAPTERS 

First — June 28, 1857, Melodeon Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Second — April 27, 1859, Delaware, Ohio. 

Third — April 17 and 18, 1861, Wheeling, West Virginia. 

Fourth — Eastern Chapters met on July 6, 1864, at the St. Charles Hotel, Pittsburg, 
Pennsylvania. Western Chapters met on April 11, 1865, at the Burnet House, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Fifth — December 27 and 28, 1865, St. Charles Hotel, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 

Sixth — December 27 and 28, 1866, Law Building of Columbian University, Washing- 
ton, District of Columbia. 

Seventh — December 31, 1868, and January i, 1869, Odd Fellows Hall, Louisville, 
Kentucky. 

Eighth— December 28 and 29, 1870, LTpsilon Chapter Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Ninth — December 26 and 27, 1872, Neil House, Columbus, Ohio. 

Tenth — October 21, 22, and 23, 1874, Exchange Hotel, Richmond, Virginia. 

Eleventh— October 11, 12, and 13, 1876, Amateur Drawing Rooms, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

Twelfth — November 19, 20, and 21, 1878, Knights of Pythias Hall, Indianapolis, In- 
diana. 

THiRTEENTH^November 16, 17, and 18, 1880, National Hotel, Washington, District 
of Columbia. 

Fourteenth— November 7, 8, and 9, 1882, Appellate Court Rooms, Grand Pacific 
Hotel, Chicago, Illinois. 

Sixteenth — September 7, 8, and 9, 1886, Neil House, Columbus, Ohio. 

Seventeenth — August 29, 30, and 31, 1888, Tremont House and Union College of 
Law, Chicago, Illinois. 

Eighteenth— November 26, 27, and 28, 1890, Willard's Hall, Washington, District 
of Columbia. 

Nineteenth — August 24, 25, and 26, 1892, Denison Hotel, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Twentieth (Special) — January 24, 1893, Bartholdi Hotel, New York, New York. 

Twenty-first (Special) — July 20 and 21, 1893, Memorial Art Palace, Chicago, Illinois. 

Twenty-second— July 25, 26, and 27, 1895, Grand Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Twenty-third— August 25, 26, 27, and 28, 1897, Senate Chamber of State House, 
Nashville, Tennessee. 

Twenty-fourth— September 12, 13, 14, and 15, 1899, Lafayette Hotel, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

Twenty-fifth — July 23, 24, and 25, 1901, Iroquois Hotel, Buffalo, New York. 



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THE FOUNDERS OF SIGMA CHI 

FOUNDERS' DAY, JUNE 28. 

Thomas Cowan Bell, Alpha, '57, A.B., A.M., 1862. Bom in Bellbrook, Greene 
Co., Ohio, May 14, 1832. President Eccritean Society. Commencement Orator. 
Captain, Major, and Lieut.-Coh of 74th Ohio Vol. Infantry 1861-63. Teacher 
since leaving college except two years in the U. S. A. Supt. of schools in 
Minn. 1872-77. Editor and publisher of Worthington (Minn.) Journal. Presi- 
dent of Philomath College 1885-86. Principal of La Creole Academy, Dallas, 
Oregon, 1887-92. President of Oregon State Normal School, Drain, Oregon, 
1892-96. Is now living in Portland, Oregon, 579 Nehalem Ave. See sketch of 
life and portrait in The Sigma Chi Quarterly, vol. xv., page 236. 

James Parks Caldwell, Alpha, '57, A.B., A.M. Born in Butler Co., Ohio, in 1841. 
Studied law in Hamilton, Ohio. Teacher in Mississippi, 1858-59. Principal of 
Palmetto Academy, Panola Co., Mississippi, i860 and 1865-66. Served in C. S. A. 
as private and First Lieut, of Artillery in Division of Loringand Gardiner, Breck- 
inridge and Bowen; captured at Port Hudson. Admitted to the Bar in Missis- 
sippi 1866. Practiced at San Bernardino and Los Angeles, Cal., 1867-75. 
Contributor to Overland Motithly, San Francisco, Cal. In 1888 returned to Mis- 
sissippi to continue practice of law, and is now living in Mississippi City, Miss. 
See sketch and portrait in The Sigjna Chi Quarterly, vol. xv., page 320. 

Daniel William Cooper, Alpha, '57, A.B. Born in Knox Co., Ohio, Sept., 1830. 
Attended Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Allegheny City, Pa., 1857-59. 
Pastor of Presbyterian churches, Olivesburg, Ohio, 1859-65; Ottawa, Ohio, 
1865-72; West Point, Ind., 1872-78. Returned to Ottawa, Ohio, in 1878. 
Engaged in mission work 1878-82. Pastor Presbyterian church, McConib, 
Ohio, 1882-91. Delegate to General Assemblies, Detroit, 1872, and Cincinnati, 
1885. Is now living in McComb, Ohio. See sketch and portrait in The 
Sigma Chi Quarterly, vol. xv., page 126. 

*ISAAC M. Jordan, Alpha, '57, A.B., A.M. Born in Union Co., Pa., May 5, 1835. 
Admitted to the Bar at Columbus, Ohio, May, 1858. Lived in Dayton, Ohio, 
1857-60, and at Cincinnati from i860 until the time of his death. Presidential 
Elector on Democratic ticket, 1872. Congressman from First District of Ohio, 
1883-85. Declined renomination tendered by unanimous voice of convention. 
Early in the administration of President Cleveland was offered the Assistant 
Secretaryship of the Interior, but declined. Orator at First and Fifteenth 
Grand Chapters. Member of law firm of Jordan & Jordans. Accidentally 
killed Dec. 3, 1890, by stepping into an elevator shaft in his office building 
in Cincinnati. Buried in Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio. See sketch 
and portrait, The Sigma Chi, vol. vii., page 84; "In Memoriam," page 92, 
and Editorial, page 98, of The Sigma Chi Quarterly, vol. x. 



THE FOUNDERS OF SIGMA CHI 
*WiLLiAM Lewis Lockwood. Aloha 'i;8 A R a lu r 

48.h Kegt^N Y vfnf^m^Tf '° ''"}'!" '" '^^o. Recruited Co. H, 

August 17, i86t; in New Vnrt v v * i.- -^""-^^oo"' Aplin & Co. Died 
of Fort Waene; ^uZJ r ' T ^'' ^°""^' '"^^^'^^d at the storming 

or rort \\ agner. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY 

Socie,;; ,856:' Ad'mi.«d o' ,he BaraTsile^o"; '"^ =="■!"" literary, 
Cincinnati until ,86r. N„„,inat,d ," Alf 'cf^Z' °*"°' "''■'l^"^ P"«i"d '» 



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Brevet Col USA rMir»d i? V"'' ^^' '**• '^ n"" Major and 

Chapters, ti Oncit^f LtrarCo^rntl^n^'^^^r^/rrs??"""' °^="'' 

.888-,'.. Resided i'n Los A^it'cirTs^r'^o"', ""T-r'' ""'^'■'''''^' 
Grand Chapter. Grand Consu°l A'nc l, p' -'i'. "^ °' Twentysecond 
Washington n If'""" '-™^"'' ■»?5-97- Resided in Chicago, 1895^7; i„ 

Sc,>n :Tnd' Tacdcs : M^l"""n '•■ °''!,°' "''-^- ''"'^^=°' <" ^Oilary 
position a. the Un .0, Mai" oZ; '??'• "'°" c''"' ,"""■ '«"<*= ""^ --= 

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Ohio. ^'ed July 22, 1888. Bunedm Greenwood Cemetery, Hamilton 



A HISTORICAL SKETCH 



A HISTORICAL SKETCH 

OF THE 

SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 

I 890- I 900 

The Fraternity completed thirty-five years of its history on June 
28, 1890.* The record of those years has been carefully compiled. 
In the Catalogue and History of 1890 are some forty pages, de- 
tailing with accuracy the childhood and youth of the Fraternity and 
the condition and affairs of its then vigorous and successful man- 
hood. In the present record it is intended to carry that recital for- 
ward with a similar degree of detail for the ten years which have 
succeeded. 

Readers of the former history will note that it culminated in the 
thorough-going organization of the Fraternity under the new con- 
stitution adopted by the Fifteenth Grand Chapter, at Cincinnati, 
Ohio, in 1884. The succeeding Grand Chapters, to that of 1890, 
tested and strengthened this system until the whole Fraternity had 
come by that date to have a particular pride in Sigma Chi's gov- 
ernmental ef^ciency. The Grand Chapters covered herein, and the 
important events intervening may, therefore, be best studied with 
this fact in view. It may safely be said that the development of 
our system of government, and the successful application of its 
methods have constituted the generally distinguishing features of 
the present period. To these our growth and success in all lines 
may be ascribed. 

The Eighteenth Grand Chapter of the Fraternity met at Wash- 
ington, District of Columbia, November 26, 27, 28, 1890. Sigma 
Sigma, noted as recently inactive in the catalogue of '90, had revived 

* Authority — Section III. original constitution and ritual of the Sigma Chi, 
and the records of the Alpha Chapter in the catalogues of 1S70, 1S76, and 1890. 



4 ,, , ■ "v:.-T.HE SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 

in the early fall, and the Alpha Phi, onr sixtieth chapter, had been 
auspiciously installed at Cornell University on October lo, 1890. 
Twenty-four chapters out of the thirty-nine active, and eight alumni 
chapters, then forming the Fraternity, were represented in the Grand 
Chapter by delegates. Many visitors were present especially from 
the eastern sections of the fraternity territory. The total registered 
attendance was seventy-one. The permanent organization was as 
follows: Grand Consul, Reginald Fendall, Epsilon, '64; Grand Pro- 
consul,- Alfred Taylor, Kappa, '66; Grand Annotator, Ernest PI. 
Lindley, Lambda, '91; Grand Tribune, ^^'alter L. Fisher, Chi, '83; 
Grand Ousestor, Smith Burnham, Alpha Pi, '92 : Grand Gustos, Fred 
P. Davis, Xi, '93. 

The sessions were not characterized by very extensive nor at 
all radical legislation, i. The Fraternity was congratulated upon 
the recent completion of the Catalogue and History of 1890. a 
publication which was found easily to occupy the leading position 
among similar efTorts by college fraternities up to that year. 2. A 
movement for a new song book was inaugurated, the task of its 
compilation being entrusted to the Alpha Sigma Chapter. 3. In 
connection with an excursion to Alount Vernon, the convention 
secured the very high and most unusual privilege of being per- 
mitted to plant an ivy at the tomb of Washington. This plant has 
lived and grown, and a suitable copper plate commemorates its plant- 
ing. 

The Eighteenth Grand Chapter placed the fortunes of the Fra- 
ternity for the succeeding two years in the hands of the following 
Grand Council : Grand Consul, \\'alter L. Fisher. Chi, '83 : Grand 
Quaestor, Joseph C. Nate, Alpha Iota, '90; Grand Annotator, John 
T. McCutcheon, Delta Delta, '89; Grand Tribune, and Editor-in- 
Chief of Sigma Chi Quarterly, Charles Ailing, Chi, '85, and Theta 
Theta, '88; Grand Historian. John T. McCutcheon, Delta Delta, 
'89; Grand Praetors : First Province, John B. McPherson, Theta, '83 ; 
Second Province, Frank Talbott. Gamma Gamma, '86; Third Prov- 
ince, John S. Van Winkle, Zeta Zeta, "90; Fourth Province. Ernest H. 
Lindley, Lambda, '91 ; Fifth Province, William T. Alden. Omega. '91. 
The Sixth Province was left to be filled by the Grand Council, 
which subsequently elected Joseph H. Ingwerson, Theta Theta. '87. 
Before another Grand Chapter occurred, Frank Talbott. of the 



A HISTORICAL SKETCH 5 

Second Pro\-ince, had resigned, and had been succeeded by George 
H. Denny. Jr., Sigma Sigma. '91. 

The succeeding two years were years of marked energy and en- 
thusiasm in tlie official work of the Fraternity. Grand Consul Fisher. 
ha\ing been honored with his high office after ten years of 
continuous and intense labor in the Grand Tribuneship. as Editor-in- 
Chief of the Sigma Chi, and as the moving spirit in the publica- 
tion of the magnificent Catalogue and History, maintained a close 
touch with th.e active work as Grand Consul. In some of the other 
offiices the work went into the hands of a younger and most en- 
thusiastic class of men. Xumerous petitions were received, and four 
charters were granted — those for the chapters at the Pennsylvania 
State College, the Alpha Chi, installed May 27, 1890; Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity, Nashville, Tennessee, the Alpha Psi, installed December 22, 
1891 ; and Leland Stanford, Jr. University, Palo Alto, California, the 
Alpha Omega, installed December 19, 1891 ; and the revival of the 
Kappa Kappa, at the Universitv of Pdinois, reinstalled December 22, 
1 89 1. The Alpha Rho, the Tau, and the Alpha Delta Chapters be- 
came inactive. A proposition to revive the Alpha at Miami Univer- 
sity, Oxford, Ohio, went over for the consideration of the next Grand 
Chapter. Successful conventions of the Third and Fourth Provinces 
were held, respectively, in ]\Iarch and May of 189 1, the former at 
Cincinnati, Ohio, and the latter at Greencastle, Indiana. 

During this ]:)eriod it became plain that there was a radical weak- 
ness in the Fraternity's hnancial system. This condition, the Grand 
Ouc'estor, who was destined to remain in charge of the Fraternity's 
finances for the succeeding nine years, at once planned to perma- 
nently reform. The weakness of the situation mfty be indicated by 
the fact that there was an outstanding indebtedness of some three 
thousand dollars, largely a balance due on the recently ])ublished 
Catalogue and History; there were several hundred of these ex- 
pensive volumes unsold ; and the active chapters were in arrears 
on their dues to the general Fraternity a total of many hundreds 
of dollars. These three conditions were completely remedied under 
plans then inaugurated. In addition, a new and better financial 
system for the Fraternit}' in all lines, and involving new and im- 
portant departures, was originated at this time, and, as perfected by 
future consideration, was inaugurated through the successive Grand 



6 THE SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 

Chapters of the decade. Some of the most far-reaching influences 
of the succeeding Grand Chapters become apparent only in view 
of the fact that much of their time and thought has been devoted 
to the development of the present very efficient financial system of 
the Fraternity. 

The Nineteenth Grand Chapter was held at Indianapolis, Indiana, 
August 24, 25, 26, 1892. Of the forty active and eight alumni chap- 
ters of the Fraternity, twenty-seven were represented by delegates. 
The total registered attendance was 116. The Grand Chapter was 
organized as follows : Grand Consul, Robert Farnham, Epsilon, '64 ; 
Grand Pro-consul, Frank M. Thomas, Alpha Psi, '93 ; Grand Anno- 
tator, Louis T. Hill, Alpha Lambda, '94; Grand Gustos, Fred C. 
Scheuch, Jr., Delta Delta, '92. 

The important transactions of the Nineteenth Grand Chapter 
may be summarized as follows: i. It received and approved the 
first impression of a new form of charter blank, the design of the 
Grand Quaestor. This was the first form granting the charter by 
the Grand Council instead of the Alpha, or parent chapter, and 
arrangements were made to supply it to all recently received chap- 
ters. 2. The legality of the proposed membership of former President 
Grover Cleveland, who had accepted an invitation to honorary mem- 
bership in Sigma Chi, was considerably discussed. This invitation 
was tendered Mr. Cleveland by the Theta Theta Chapter, acting in 
ignorance of the Fraternity's practice, since 1882, and misinterpret- 
ing the written law of the Fraternity; but he had not been initiated 
thereunder. No specific action on the proposed initiation of Mr. 
Cleveland was taken, but a prohibition of honorary membership in 
most explicit terms was added to the constitution. 3. The con- 
vention exchanged greetings, and held some joint social affairs with 
tlie convention of Kappa Kappa Gamma assembled in Indianapolis 
during the same week. 4. A larg^ and representative committee 
on finance made a carefully considered report, which was adopted. 
It provided, among other things, for an enlarged initiation fee of 
four dollars, payable by initiates to the general Fraternity, in re- 
turn for which such initiates were to be supplied each with a copy 
of the Catalogue and History of 1890, until the edition was ex- 
hausted. 5. The Alpha Sigma Chapter made a report on its progress 
with the song book, which project was continued in its hands. 6. 



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The Provinces were rearranged with slight changes in the existing 
six, and the creation of a new one, the Seventh Province, composed 
of the most southerly states. 

The Grand Chapter elected the following Grand Council for the 
next two years : Grand Consul, Reginald Fendall, Epsilon, '64 ; 
Grand Oujestor, Joseph C. Nate, Alpha Iota, '90; Grand Annotator, 
\Mlliam T. Alden, Omega, '91; Grand Tribune, Charles Ailing, 
Chi, '85, and Theta Theta, '88; Editor-in-Chief of Sigma 
Chi Quarterly, Charles Ailing, Chi, '85, and Theta Theta, '88; Grand 
Praetors : First Province, John B. McPherson, Theta, '83 ; Second 
Province, George W. Denny, Jr., Sigma Sigma, '91 ; Third Province, 
George D, Harper, Zeta Psi, '91; Fourth Province, C. Bloomlield 
Edson, Chi, '94 ; Fifth Province, Clarence A. Fiske, Alpha Pi, '90 ; 
Sixth Province, John W. Dixon, Alpha Epsilon, '94; Seventh Prov- 
ince, William B. Ricks, Alpha Tau, '90, and Alpha Psi, '94. C. Bloom- 
field Edson soon resigned, and was succeeded by Albert E. Wiggam, 
Chi, '93. John B. McPherson was succeeded in the First Province by 
George C. Purdy, Alpha Phi, '92, 

In November, 1892, Grover Cleveland was elected President of 
the United States for the second time. There was a feeling in the 
Fraternity that the failure of the Grand Chapter to provide for his 
initiation did not express the general wish of the Fraternity. This 
feeling became so marked, especially in the East, that Grand Consul 
Fendall, under the constitutional provisions, called a special Grand 
Chapter of the Fraternity to meet in New York City on January 
24, 1893, for the consideration of this issue. The Twentieth 
Grand Chapter of the Fraternity accordingly met on that date. It 
elected the following ofificers to preside over its deliberations : 
Grand Consul, Reginald Fendall, Epsilon, '64, the Grand Consul 
of the Fraternity; Grand Annotator, Stephen T. Mather, Alpha 
Beta, '87. The actual attendance was small, but many chapters 
were represented by proxies held by those present. The committee 
on credentials found thirty-two chapters, active and alumni, entitled 
to representation. The decision of the Grand Chapter on the cj[ues- 
tion was to make possible and legalize the initiation of JNIr. Cleveland, 
at the same time explicitly doing away with honorary membership in 
Sigma Chi thereafter. Mr. Cleveland was initiated into the Frater- 
nitv somewhat later in New York City bv the following committee : 



S THE SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 

Grand Consul Fendall. Epsilon. '64; Theodore A. K. Gessler, Kappa, 
'64, and Alfred Taylor. Kappa, '66. The honorable and honored 
initiate was presented with a magnificent badge which he wore to the 
general pleasure of the Fraternity on the occasion of his subsequent 
inauguration as president. The Chicago Alumni Chapter also sent 
him a very handsomely bound copy of the Sigma Chi Catalogue and 
History. 

This administration, like that preceding, was characterized by 
numerous petitions for charters. The election of Reginald Fendall 
to the Grand Consulship especially stimulated interest in Sigma Chi 
in the East. During the period the following charters were granted : 
the Alpha Chapter (revived), the charter having been granted by 
the Nineteenth Grand Chapter, was installed on September 13, 1892. 
The Alpha Alpha Chapter was installed at Hobart College on 
September 28. 1892. The Epsilon Chapter (revived) was 
installed December 22, 1892. A flourishing chapter at Dart- 
mouth College was installed April 5, 1893, which has been, usually, 
the largest chapter of the Fraternity. The Lambda Lambda at 
Kentucky State College was installed April 6, 1893. The 
Beta became inactive. Charters were granted to flourishing alumni 
chapters at New Orleans and Philadelphia. It now became 
the fixed policy to name all Alumni Chapters after their respective 
cities, instead of by Greek letters. Li the spring of 1893 successful 
conventions of the First, Third, and Fourth Provinces were held 
at New York ; Granville, Ohio ; and Indianapolis, Indiana, respect- 
ively ; the Grand Council being represented by the respective Grand 
Praetors. During most of the college year, i892-"93, the Grand 
Quaestor was in Europe, and his place was admirably filled by Leon 
L. Loehr, Alpha Iota, "85. Brother Loehr gave to Sigma Chi then, as 
often in her councils since, the aid of a mind finely trained in financial 
lines and expert judgment in business matters. 

On July 20 and 21, 1893, occurred another special Grand Chapter 
at Chicago, Illinois, commonly known as the World's Fair Grand 
Chapter., It grew out of a resolution adopted in the Nineteenth 
Grand Chapter at Indianapolis, and was held chiefly by reason of 
the fact that a large number of Sigma Chis could be gathered together 
with the World's Fair as a special attraction. It was characterized by 
an unusuallv large attendance from all over the countrv. its jubilee 



A HISTORICAL SKETCH 9 

character as a reunion, and its thoroiigii-going discussion of the 
financial problems of the Fraternity. The total registered attend- 
ance was 135. The organization was as follows: Grand Consul, 
Henry H. Vinton, Delta Delta, '85; Grand Pro-consul, William A. 
Heath, Kappa Kappa, '83 ; Grand Annotator, Wirt Howe, Alpha 
Omicron, "95 ; Grand Gustos, George W\ Scott, Alpha Alpha, '96. 
Thirty-eight, of the forty-four active and ten alumni chapters, were 
represented by accredited delegates. The most important legisla- 
tion of this Grand Chapter was along financial lines. During the 
preceding year the entire Fraternity had become aroused by con- 
ditions of delinquency in the payment of chapter dues and the cor- 
responding embarrassment, at national headquarters, in the payment 
of national fraternity obligations. Under the recommendation of 
the Grand Ou?estor, the Grand Chapter adopted legislation looking 
to the prompt payment of chapter dues, as unusual in character for 
a college fraternity as it has been successful in results. By this 
legislation delinquent chapters, after due notification and reasonable 
extensions of time if required, were penalized, first by suspension, 
and then by absolute revocation of their charters. This legislation 
has remained in the statutes of the Fraternity ever since. Under it 
every cent of dues has since been collected, and, while there have 
been some suspensions of charters, a revocation has not been re- 
quired in any case. 2. The fraternity song book was continued in 
the hands of Alpha Sigma Chapter. 3. A fraternity flag w^as dis- 
cussed, and the matter referred to a committee for action during the 
coming year. 

The Grand Chapter received the resignation of Grand Praetor 
Wiggam of the Fourth Province, and elected, in his stead, David 
Tod, Delta Delta, '96. Before another Grand Chapter met, Grand 
Praetors Purdy, Dixon, Fiske, and Tod had been succeeded, re- 
spectively, by Robert E. Lee, Jr., Zeta, '90; Hervey B. Hicks, Alpha 
Epsilon, '92; Newman Miller, Alpha Pi, "93, and Fred C. Scheuch, 
Jr., Delta Delta, '93. 

During the year succeeding the World's Fair Grand Chapter, 
numerous petitions were received, and the Alpha Rho, at Lehigh 
L^niversity, was revived on September 14, 1893. 

Successful Province Conventions were held in the spring of 1894 
bv the Third Province at Danville, Kentucky, and by the Fourth 



lo THE SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 

Province, at Lafayette, Indiana. The Grand Council was represented 
at these gatherings by the respective Grand Praetors. During this 
year also the committee to select a flag, which had been appointed by 
the Twenty-first Grand Chapter, A. P. Willis, Alpha Phi, '94, and 
William B. Abbey, Phi Phi, 'y^, made its report, and the design 
adopted by them became the official flag of the Fraternity. 

The summer of 1894 would have been the regular date for a 
biennial Grand Chapter, but on account of the World's Fair 
Grand Chapter, in the summer of 1893, advantage was taken of the 
constitutional provision and the regular biennial session postponed 
for another year. During the year 1894-1895 the Delta Chi Chapter, 
at Wabash College, was permitted to become inactive. The Nu Nu 
Chapter was installed in Columbia University, New York City, on 
November 28, 1894, and two petitions from other institutions were 
left open for consideration when the Grand Chapter should assemble 
in 1895. The Fourth Province held a Provincial Convention in 
May, 1895, at Lafayette, Indiana, the Grand Council being repre- 
sented by the Grand Praetor and Grand Qucestor. When the Grand 
Chapter assembled, twelve chapters out of forty-four were occupying 
either owned or rented houses. 

The Twenty-second Grand Chapter met at Cincinnati, Ohio, 
July 25, 26, 27, 1895. It was one of the most largely attended and 
enthusiastic of all our Grand Chapters. The total registered attend- 
ance was 147. Thirty-six chapters, of forty-five active and ten 
alumni were represented by delegates. Its organization was as fol- 
lows : Grand Consul, General Ben P. Runkle, Alpha, '57, one of the 
founders of the Fraternity, who had made a journey from California 
to attend the gathering. Grand Pro-consul, Dr. Robert Farnham, 
Epsilon, '64; Grand Annotator, E. Dick Slaughter, Alpha Nu, '96; 
Grand Tribune, William J. Price, Zeta Zeta, '92; Grand Gustos, 
George LeBoutillier, Zeta Psi, '98. 

Matters to come before the Grand Chapter were, for the first 
time, placed in available and methodical shape by the publication 
of a special Grand Chapter issue of the Sigma Chi Bulletin, con- 
sisting of grand officers' reports and suggestions. The important 
transactions were as follows: i. Considerable attention was devoted 
to the song book, which was now transferred from the care of the 
Alpha Sigma Chapter to that of the Zeta Psi, with directions to 



A HISTORICAL SKETCH ii 

prepare it for early publication by the Fraternity. 2, A growing 
feeling that there should be greater restriction placed upon the 
granting of charters, a function heretofore in the hands of the Grand 
Council, acting by a two-thirds vote, led to new legislation under 
this head. Its author was Grand Praetor Newman Miller, who had 
devoted large study to the wishes of the Fraternity along this line. 
The plan for granting charters adopted by this Grand Chapter, as 
finally left to the Grand Tribune for elaboration, provided for a 
three-fourths vote of the active chapters of the Fraternity, in addition 
to the three-fourths vote of the Grand Council. Fullness of in- 
vestigation of petitions and due time for consideration were also 
provided. 3. The pending proposition for a charter at the Uni- 
versity of West Virginia was passed upon favorably, while that for 
a revival of the Tau Chapter at Roanoke College, Salem, Virginia, was 
defeated by one vote. 4. A radical rearrangement of the Provinces 
of the Fraternity w'as made wdiich, with the slight change noted on 
page 16, has since prevailed, and which is as follows: 

First Province — Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Mary- 
land and District of Columbia. 

Second Province — Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina. 
Georgia, and Florida. 

Third Province — Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia. 

Fourth Province — Indiana. 

Fifth Province — Michigan, ]\Iinnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, 
Iowa, and Missouri. 

. Sixth Province — North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Ne- 
braska, Colorado, and Kansas. 

Seventh Province — Texas, Arkansas, Indian Territory, Ten- 
nessee, Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana. 

Eighth Province — Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, 
Utah, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and California. 

Ninth Province — New York, Maine, Connecticut, Vermont, 
]\Iassachusetts, New Hampshhire, and Rhode Island. 
5. By far the most important and far-reaching legislation of 
the Grand Chapter, however, was again in the financial field. At 
this time the Railway Sinking Fund of the Fraternity was founded, 
which has since more than sufficed to pay the railway expenses of 
delegates from all the chapters to the Grand Chapters. The system 



12 THE SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 

of chapter flues and payments was made more simple and imiform. 
and the total amount payable from each active member to the gen- 
eral Fraternity was increased from three dollars and fifty cents to five 
dollars per annum. This increase was voted enthusiastically and 
unanimously, and was particularly significant in view^ of the legisla- 
tion of the preceding Grand Chapter, already in wholly successful 
operation, providing suspension and revocation of charters for non- 
payment of dues. 6. The most important financial legislation of the 
Twentv-second Grand Chapter, was the establishment of the Chapter 
House Sinking Fund. This fund was established to provide for the 
acquisition and ownership of chapter houses. Its income 
was to be derived from (a) a fixed initiation fee from each 
initiate into the Fraternity; (b) a certain percentage of regular dues 
of active members; and (c) some special plan of alumni payments 
or contributions, to be subsequently determined. ^lethods of loans 
to active chapters, etc.. for the purpose in view, were carefully de- 
termined and safeguarded. This fund was the legislative beginning 
of what is now^ Sigma Chi's w^ell known Endowment Fund. It 
was a plan, adopted, precisely, as originated, and promulgated by 
Joseph C. Nate, Alpha Iota, '90. then in the fifth year of his service 
as the Fraternity's Grand Oujestor. 

The election of a Grand Council for the succeeding two years 
turned upon a proposition, seriously agitated in this Grand Chapter, 
to remove the governmental headquarters to New York City. A 
majority of the convention, however, favored Chicago, and the 
various elections resulted as follow^s : Grand Consul, General Ben P. 
Runkle, Alpha, '57; Grand Ouasstor, Joseph C. Nate, Alpha Iota, 
'90; Grand Annotator, New-man Miller, Alpha Pi, '93; Grand 
Tribune, Charles Ailing, Chi, '85, and Theta Theta, '88; Editor- 
in-Chief of Sigma Chi Quarterly, the duties of which oflice had here- 
tofore been performed by the Grand Tribune, Frank Crozier, Chi, 
'92, Theta Theta, '94; Grand Historian, William B. Ricks, Alpha Tau, 
'90, and Alpha Psi, '94; Grand Praetors, under the new^ arrangement 
of Provinces: First Province, John D. Bertolette, Omicron, '94; 
Second Province, Douglas Forsyth, Alpha Omicron, '94, and Psi, 95 ; 
Third Province, Daniel Wilson, Zeta Psi, '91; Fourth Province. 
Clarence M. Bivens, Delta Delta, '92; Fifth Province, Herbert C. 
Arms. Kap])a Kappa, 95; Sixth Province, John W. Dixon, Alpha 



A HISTORICAL SKETCH . 13 

Epsilon, '94; Seventh Province, E. Dick Slaughter, Alpha Nu. '96; 
Eighth Province, Freeman G. Teed, Kappa, '73; Ninth Province, 
D. Alaujer McLaughlin, Alpha Phi, "98. It was found later that 
Douglas Forsyth would not be a resident of the Second Province, and 
in his stead, the Province selected W. Asbury Christian, Alpha 
Psi, 92. 

The succeeding two years were characterized by an activity in 
the fraternity life scarcely equaled, and certainly not excelled, dur- 
ing preceding years. The election of General Runkle to the Grand 
Consulship placed the whole organization in touch with its early 
beginnings and its fundamental ideals. The election of an Editor-in- 
Chief, separate from the Grand Tribuneship, brought the activity of 
a new grand officer to bear among the working forces at Chicago. 
Grand Consul Runkle soon removed to Chicago, and presided con- 
tinuously over the deliberations of the Grand Triumvirs, until the 
hnal year of his administration, during which he had his residence 
in the East. The Grand Consul's visits to different chapters of the 
Fraternity on social and special occasions were much more numerous 
than those of his predecessors. To all these causes of progress. Gen- 
eral Runkle brought to bear, in his official station, his fine qualities of 
executive ability and leadership, and a rigid insistence that the gov- 
ernmental regulations and ideals of the Fraternity should be rigidly 
fulfilled. The other officers of his administration, headed by 
Grand Tribune Ailing, had the benefit of long experience in the 
official work of the Fraternity. 

The Mu ]\Iu Chapter was auspiciously installed at the University 
of ^^'est Virginia, on September 13, 1895. Early in the administra- 
tion a petition for the revival of the Tau Chapter at Roanoke College 
was again presented, and under the new system of voting, a charter 
was finally granted by the Grand Council and active chapters, and 
installed ^larch 31, 1896. The Phi Phi Chapter was revived at the 
University of Pennsylvania with installation on May 9, 1896, and a 
petition from the University of Missouri, being under favorable con- 
sideration at this time, was finally granted and the chapter installed on 
September 26, 1896. Upon the request of the Washington Alumni 
Chapter its charter was declared null and void by the Grand Council, 
there being at that time no provision for the surrender of a charter. 

In the spring of 1896, the Grand Council had the pleasure of 



14 THE SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 

allotting the first loan from its new Chapter House Sinking Fund. 
The sum of nine hundred dollars was already available, and was 
awarded to the Alpha Phi Chapter at Cornell University, and by 
it expended as part purchase price of a building lot. The Third 
and Fourth Provinces, as usual, held Conventions, both in May, 1896. 
The former was held at Oxford, Ohio, and the latter at Bloomington, 
Indiana. The Grand Council was represented by the respective 
Grand Praetors. 

Pursuant to a resolution of the Twenty-second Grand Chapter, 
the Grand Consul early set about providing for a revision of the 
entire constitution, statutes and ritual of the Fraternity. The Fra- 
ternity was working under a constitution adopted in 1884, and very 
frequently amended since. It was believed that a revision of the 
whole document, looking to uniformity and adjustment of its various 
parts, and the special consideration of several subjects, was now de- 
sirable. To this end the Grand Consul on January i, 1896, addressed 
to the Fraternity a letter, asking for suggestions upon these topics : 
Government and officering, extension, headquarters, alumni interest, 
incorporation, finances, publications, literary work, and honorary 
members. There followed the appointment of a representative com- 
mittee from various sections of the Fraternity to draft a complete 
revision of the constitution. This committee met at Put-in-Bay 
Island, Ohio, during the days of July 31 and August i, 2 and 3, 1896. 
It has accordingly been commonly known in our history and litera- 
ture as "The Put-in-Bay Committee." It was constituted as follows : 
^Members: Theodore A. K. Gessler, Kappa, '64, Ninth Province; 
Charles M. Dawson, Theta, '69, Fourth Province; ex-Grand Consul 
John Howard Ferris, Mu, '76, Third Province; ex-Grand Consul 
Orville S. Brumback, Beta, '76, Third Province; William B. Ricks, 
Alpha Tau, '90, Alpha Psi, '94, Seventh Province ; Joseph C. Nate, 
Alpha Iota, '90, Fifth Province; Daniel F. Wilson, Zeta Psi, '91, 
Third Province. Advisory Members: Samuel R. Ireland, Theta 
Theta, '89, First Province; Henderson Lee, Tau, '91, Second 
Province; Lewis R. Garrett, Alpha Upsilon, '94, Eighth Province; 
John W. Dixon, Alpha Epsilon, '96, Sixth Province. During the 
meeting Dr. Gessler, of the voting members, was represented by 
Ruter W. Springer, Omega, '87, as proxy. The other voting mem- 
bers were all present. The committee organized, with Charles M. 



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15 



Dawson as chairman, and Joseph C. Nate as secretary. The four 
days were devoted to a most careful revision of the entire constitu- 
tion, statutes, and ritual of the Fraternity. The membership of the 
committee was particularly qualified for this work, both by general 
experience and by special study of the matter in hand, and the re- 
sult of their work gave great satisfaction to the Fraternity at large. 
The constitution drafted by them was printed in full in the Sigma 
Chi Bulletin of January, 1897, being thus placed before the Fra- 
ternity for consideration and discussion almost a full year before it 
came up for final passage at the succeeding Grand Chapter. Some 
statement of its general character and intention will be made in con- 
nection with the latter event. 

The usual number of petitions were received during the remain- 
ing year of this administration, of which one, long pending from 
the University of Chicago, was granted. The Omicron Omicron 
Chapter was installed in that institution, in the presence of nearly one 
hundred and fifty members of the Fraternity, on February 6, 1897. 
At about the same time there was accomplished an important change 
in the status of the Theta Theta. This chapter, which had been 
permitted to become inactive in the law department with this 
change in view, was now fully transferred to the literary depart- 
ment of the University of Michigan, and started upon a new and 
highly successful career therein. The only Province Convention held 
during this college year, was that of the Fourth Province, at Green- 
castle, Indiana, May 13, 1897. 

Early in 1897, the Zeta Psi Chapter, having brought the song 
book into good shape for final efforts of an official nature, turned 
the material collected over to the Grand Triumvirs. The efforts 
of Zeta Psi had been under the able leadership of George D. Harper, 
Zeta Psi, '91, to whom the Fraternity felt largely indebted for the 
publication when it subsequently appeared. The Triumvirs now dele- 
gated the song book to a special committee in Chicago, which elected 
Herbert C. Arms, Kappa Kappa, '95, Editor, and Charles B. Bur- 
dick, Kappa Kappa, '95, Associate Editor. 

The Fraternity approached the time of its Twenty-third Grand 
Chapter with unusual enthusiasm for the event. The active chapters 
now numbered an even half hundred. Of these, nineteen were living 
in owned or rented houses. The convention was secured by Nash- 



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ville, Tennessee, thus locating the biennial meeting in the South for 
the first time since that held at Richmond in 1874. The registered 
attendance at this Grand Chapter, which occurred at Nashville, on 
August 25, 26. ij, 28. 1897 was 108, less in total than that of recent 
gatherings, but the South was more largely represented, perhaps, 
than ever before. The attendance, as a distinct result of the Railway 
Expense Fund adopted in 1895, included delegates from forty-eight 
out of the fifty active chapters of the Fraternity. To these were 
added official delegates from six of the ten alumni chapters. Thus 
all records in this line were far surpassed. The organization of the 
gathering was as follows : 

Grand Consul, John S. Alleman, Theta, '75 ; Grand Pro-consul, 
Lauran F. Smith, Omicron, '90; Grand Annotator, Harry Beach 
Carre, Alpha Psi, '98; Grand Gustos, George L. Edmonds, Epsilon, 
'94. The convention was characterized by the transaction of a large 
amount of business. JMatters to come before it were, as in 1895, pre- 
sented in a special issue of the Sigma Chi Bulletin. This Bulletin 
consisted of thirty-four printed pages, the largest edition ever pub- 
lished, and was devoted exclusively to the reports and recommenda- 
tions of the grand of^cers. 

The important business was as follow' s : i . The adoption of a 
coat of arms, a subject first agitated by Grand Consul Fendall during 
his administration, and by the Twenty-second Grand Chapter re- 
ferred to the committee (Henry H. Vinton, Delta Delta, '88, and 
Samuel R. Ireland, Theta Theta, '89), whose design was now ac- 
cepted. 2. The adoption of the plans for the publication of another 
edition of the Catalogue, or a Residence Directory, the need of which 
had now come to be strongly felt in the Fraternity. 3. The Chapter 
House Sinking Fund of the Fraternity (at this Grand Chap- 
ter renamed the Endowment Fund) had another $500 avail- 
able for a loan. There were three applicants for the amount, the 
Grand Chapter awarding the loan to Alpha Phi Chapter, to carry 
forward its house plans. 4. The Song Book Committee, which had 
taken that project from the Zeta Psi Chapter, had its w-ork very 
largely completed. Its report was accompanied by a neat prospectus, 
showing many of the songs already in print. The Grand Chapter 
made all necessary final arrangements for immediate publication. 
5. A slight change was made in the arrangement of Provinces, Iowa 



A HISTORICAL SKETCH 17 

and Missouri being transferred from the Fifth to the Sixth Province. 

6. The custom of selecting certain official jewelers to the Fraternity 
was abandoned, leaving competition open among all dealers. In the 
same movement the office of official jewelry agent was abolished. 

7. A recommendation was made that the yearly anniversary of the 
establishment of the Fraternity be recognized as a day for the dec- 
oration of the graves of deceased founders, to be observed with ap- 
propriate ceremonies by chapters conveniently located. It is believed 
that this idea, now well established, will lead to the observance of a 
general ihemorial day for the Fraternity throughout the country. 

8. By far the most important legislation of the Grand Chapter was 
the adoption of the revised constitution, statutes and ritual of the 
Fraternity, as prepared by the Put-in-Bay Committee. The ritual- 
istic features of this work had been prepared almost wholly by Ruter 
W. Springer, Omega, '87, since the adjournment of the meeting 
at Put-in-Bay, and were explained to the delegates by Brother 
Springer, who w^as in attendance upon the Grand Chapter for that 
particular purpose. The ritual as revised was a most satisfactory 
conclusion to many years of study and experience by Brother 
Springer in this department of fraternity work. The confidence of 
the Grand Chapter in the production of the Put-in-Bay Committee 
and the general excellence of the constitution submitted, were 
evinced by what was practically a unanimous acceptance of the docu- 
ment as a whole. 

The leading improvements of the new constitution should be 
noted at this point. Simplicity of expression and the elimination 
of every unnecessary w'ord and phrase w^ere particularly aimed at. A 
uniformity in the title of Grand Officers was provided, under which 
the Editor-in-Chief was henceforth to be called the Grand Editor, 
and other titles accordingly. The peculiar usage by which the Fra- 
ternity had, during a session of the Grand Chapter, nominally two 
sets of Grand Officers, was corrected ; henceforth the officers of the 
Grand Chapter were to be designated as simply Consul, Pro-consul, 
Annotator, etc., of the same, the prefix "Grand" being omitted, in 
order to distinguish them from the permanent officers of the Fra- 
ternity. The limitations upon the power of the Grand Chapter, and 
grants of power to it, were carefully determined. The same state- 
ment is also true as to the Grand Council. The right of a chapter to 



iS THE SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 

surrender its charter, if acceptable to the Grand Council and the 
active chapters, was added to the law as to suspensions and revoca- 
tions. All the business details of the fraternity work were required 
to be handled in a strictly business manner. The establishment of 
alumni chapters was encouraged by new legislation. Honorary 
membership was prevented. There was provided a somewhat greater 
degree of pliability in placing before the Fraternity essential meas- 
ures through the Grand Triumvirs, and the Grand Council, to the 
active chapters and alumni of the Fraternity. The Quarterly and 
Bulletin were both retained as our official publications and the scope 
of their usefulness enlarged. 

In the financial department the legislation of preceding Grand 
Chapters was systematized, rather than any radical changes made. 
The Railway Sinking Fund, now a most popular measure, was re- 
tained. The Chapter House Sinking Fund, second in popularity 
to no legislation in the Fraternity's history, was likewise retained 
and provisions for enlarged leceipts established. The name of the 
fund, however, was changed to the more appropriate one of the 
Endowment Fund. 

Apart from the financial phases of the new constitution the 
Grand Chapter, through a qualified committee, made a special study 
of the proposition for a regular system of alumni dues. During the 
preceding year the Grand Quaestor had actively agitated such a 
proposition. As a test of its possibility and popularity he had sub- 
mitted to fifty specially selected alumni of the Fraternity a propo- 
sition that the alumni should voluntarily start such a system by con- 
tributing a preliminary fund of $12,500. This letter, together 
with favorable responses from practically every alumnus addressed, 
was before the Grand Chapter as a part of the Grand Quaestor's 
report. It was felt that if this plan of a voluntary enlargement of 
the Fraternity's Endowment Fund could be carried to a suc- 
cessful issue, the time would certainly be ripe for legislation pro- 
viding a permanent system of alumni dues. This Grand Chapter 
therefore resolved "that the time is ripe for the adoption of a 
system of alumni dues, and recommends that the matter be referred 
to the Grand Triumvirs with instructions to formulate such a 
system." 

A change in the general theory of the new constitution as to the 



A HISTORICAL SKETCH 19 

administration of the fraternity government, on the whole, should 
be noted before we enter upon the succeeding biennial period. This 
change involved the idea that the Grand Consul should, actually, be 
the official head of the Fraternity. Under the constitution of 188-^, 
and the practice thereunder, such an appellation would apply more 
pertinently to the Grand Tribune. The History of 1890 says, in fact, 
of the Grand Tribune, "he is the chief executive officer, under the 
control of the Grand Council, of which he is not a member. Upon 
him the general administrative responsibility falls and the duty of 
executive leadership," This historical change in the facts of the case 
doubtless occurred when Walter L. Fisher, after ten years in the 
offices of Grand Tribune and Grand Ou?estor, was placed at the head 
of the Fraternity, both as Grand Consul and as chairman of the 
Grand Triumvirs in 1890. Grand Consul Fisher carried with him 
into his high office all the powers of leadership and direction which 
had characterized his historical incumbency of the Grand Tribune- 
ship. Mr. Fisher's successors, Reginald Fendall and Ben P. Runkle, 
men of great executive ability and experience, were especially quali- 
fied to take up the duties of the Grand Consulship under the new 
adjustment of things and, during the two years preceding the Nash- 
ville convention, under the aggressive personal administration of 
General Runkle, the Fraternity had come to feel that the new method 
was an improvement and a more logical order of procedure. The 
new constitution says, specifically, that ''the Grand Consul shall be 
the official head of the Fraternity." It prescribes large and impor- 
tant duties for him. It lodges a definite veto power in him. And 
it provides that, at the end of his administration, the reports of all 
subordinate grand officers shall be made to him direct, instead of to 
the Grand Chapter, and that he shall make the report, from all 
these, of the general condition and welfare of the Fraternity, to 
the Grand Chapter. All these provisions are new in the constitution 
of 1897 and verify the conclusions of this paragraph. 

The election of Grand Officers for the ensuing two years re- 
sulted in the choice of the following Grand Council : Grand Consul, 
Dr. William L. Dudley, Zeta Psi, '81 ; Grand Tribune, Charles Ailing,, 
Chi, '85, Theta Theta, '88; Grand Quaestor, Joseph C. Nate, Alpha 
. Iota. '90 ; Grand Editor, Newman Miller, Alpha Pi, '93 ; Grand An- 
notator, Herbert C. Arms, Kappa Kappa, '95; Grand Historian^ 



20 THE SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 

Frank Crozier, Chi, '92, and Theta Theta, '94 ; Grand Praetors : First 
Province, Thomas R. Field, Omicron, '93 ; Second Province, E. Lee 
Trinkle, Sigma Sigma, '96, Psi, '98 ; Third Province, Louis A, Ireton, 
Gamma, '93 ; Fourth Province, Joseph R. Voris, Chi, '87 ; Fifth Prov- 
ince, Louis W. Myers, Alpha Lambda, '94; Sixth Province, Justin D. 
Bowersock, Alpha Xi, '94; Seventh Province, Douglas Forsyth, 
Alpha Omicron, '94; Eighth Province, George Sinsabaugh, Alpha 
Upsilon, '89; Ninth Province, Frank L. Pierce, Alpha Theta, '89. 
Louis W. Myers being unable to serv^e was quickly succeeded by 
Robert C. Spencer, Jr., Alpha Lambda, '86. 

The new administration opened most auspiciously. There was 
a general feeling that Sigma Chi had attained to most prosperous 
and successful lines of national Hfe. The election of Dr. Dudley to 
the Grand Consulship for the first time placed in that ofifice a resident 
of the South, and as the next two years showed, was productive 
of a renewed enthusiasm among all our southern chapters. Dr. 
Dudley was fortunate in retaining Charles Ailing as his chief adjutant 
in the work at Chicago, in the Grand Tribuneship. His ten years' 
incumbency of that ofifice had made Brother Ailing an expert in al- 
most every line of fraternity endeavor. The triumvirate also consisted 
of experienced men, and a fair trial of the workings of the new 
constitution was assured by the personnel of the entire Grand Council. 

The song book committee located in Chicago now pushed its 
work rapidly to completion and final publication, and within a year 
a beautiful and creditable song book was added to the publications 
of the Fraternity. Its editor, Herbert C. Arms, Kappa Kappa. '95. 
and Charles B. Burdick, Kappa Kappa, '95, his associate, received 
the praises of the entire Fraternity. As a result of their unselfish 
and competent labors, all the chapter halls of Sigma Chi now ring 
with new and old Sigma Chi music. 

It was a part of the plan of the consi;itution of 1897 that there 
should be an incorporation of the Fraternity for the proper preserva- 
tion and use of the Endowment Fund. A close study of the matter 
from the legal standpoint led to the conclusion that the incorporation 
of simply the Grand Council, for the purposes in view, would best 
answer the requirements of the case. Accordingly, the necessary 
changes in the recently adopted constitution, were made by a vote 
of the Grand Council and chapters, under the new plan of amend- 



A HISTORICAL SKETCH 21 

meats between sessions of the Grand Chapter. The Grand Council 
was incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois with the 
legal title ''Grand Council of the Sigma Chi Fraternity." This cor- 
poration has for its particular purpose the safe handling and admin- 
istration of our Endowment Fund. No time was lost in the move- 
ment to enlarge the Endow^ment Fund through alumni contributions. 
The plan of the Grand Qu?estor was pushed in every possible way. 
His proposition was, briefly, that five hundred alumni should con- 
tribute to this fund the sum of $25 each in five annual payments of 
five dollars. This would create a total endowment from this source 
alone of $12,500. It would also accustom the Fraternity to, and edu- 
cate it in, the idea of a fixed system of alumni dues to be provided by 
legislation. The idea gained favor rapidly in the Fraternity and loyal 
alumni were soon at work upon it all over the country. During the 
final year of this administration, the plan became a success, to the 
gratification of our own membership and to the apparent surprise 
of all rivals, many of whom had watched the undertaking with great 
interest. 

Grand Consul Dudley kept in active touch with every fraternity 
enterprise and greatly endeared himself to his fellow grand officers 
and to the Fraternity at large. Like his predecessor, he was an 
extensive traveler within the fraternity territory, visiting many 
points on social and other occasions. This was the more appre- 
ciated by the Fraternity, because of the knowai great responsibility 
of his work as dean of the medical department of Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity, and the other demands upon his time and thought. One 
of the Grand Consul's earliest efforts was to secure from the Fra- 
ternity a charter for an enthusiastic alumni chapter at Nashville, 
Tennessee, his home city. 

The first Province Convention held was that of the Fourth 
Province at Hanover, Indiana, in May, 1898, in which the Grand 
Council was represented by the Grand Praetor and Grand Tribune. 
The Second Province met at Lexington, Virginia, and the Third 
Province at Columbus, Ohio, during the same month, tiie respective 
Grand Praetors being in attendance. The Sixth Province held an 
enthusiastic convention at Omaha, Nebraska, in September, 1898, at 
which the Grand Council was represented by the Grand Quaestor 
and tlie Grand Praetor. 



23 THE SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 

The conservatism of the Fraternity in the granting of charters 
had come to be generally understood. Under the provisions of the 
constitution only favorable propositions could reach the stage of 
a vote of the Fraternity. Under these conditions no new active 
chapter was acquired, but a proposition for the revival of the Beta 
Chapter succeeded shortly before the Grand Chapter of 1899, while 
one to revive the Phi Chapter went over to the consideration of 
that Grand Chapter. During the fall of 1898 and the winter 
of 1899 the Grand Quaestor visited chapters and cities in all parts 
of the country to assist in the success of the proposition of a volun- 
tary alumni contribution of $12,500 to the Endowment Fund, and, 
largely as a result of these trips, the success of that proposition, as 
already related, was assured. On January i, 1899, the Grand Tri- 
umvirs authorized the publication of all of their minutes regularly 
thereafter in the Sigma Chi Bulletin, thus bringing the results of their 
extensive labors before every chapter in the Fraternity. This 
practice has impressed the Fraternity, as nothing else could, with 
the importance of their work. Consulting, as they do, at least every 
two weeks with the Grand Tribune, and, as a sort of an executive 
committee of the Grand Council, considering communications from 
every source, including the Grand Consul, the active chapters, and 
individual alumni, they are in a large sense the real board of man- 
agers of the Fraternity. Their decisions, except strictly judicial 
ones, are subject to ratification by the Grand Council, and pre- 
liminary in nature. Nevertheless they are of vast importance, be- 
cause it is reasonable to expect that such decisions will in most 
cases be approved, and because they inaugurate so much in the way 
of definite movements. By the publication of their minutes also, 
the entire Fraternity is kept fully informed on every point of progress. 

The Endowment Fund increasing from its constitutional sources, 
was ready by January i, 1899, to allot a loan of $2,000. This sum 
was awarded to the Theta Theta Chapter, University of Michigan, 
and with it that chapter was enabled to consummate its long cher- 
ished plans for the ownership of a chapter house. The success of the 
Endowment Fund, more than any other one thing, had now awak- 
ened the entire Fraternity to the importance of the chapter house 
question, and building propositions were inaugurated by many chap- 
ters. Interest, however, still centered in the important effort of 



A HISTORICAL SKETCH 23 

Alpha Phi at Cornell University, which became the next great house- 
owning success of the Fraternity. 

As the Grand Chapter approached, the Residence Directory 
which had been definitely planned by the Nashville convention, 
became a matter of serious consideration and was one of the most 
important topics before the Grand Chapter when it convened. The 
Twenty-fourth Grand Chapter was held in Philadelphia, Pennsyl- 
vania, September 12, 13, 14, 15, 1899. Like all conventions of recent 
years, it was largely attended, the total registration being 129. 
Forty-six chapters were represented, including Beta, the fifty-first 
active chapter of the Fraternity, which had been re-established and 
installed just in time to have its delegate present. Four alumni 
chapters, of the eleven, also were represented by delegates. At this 
time there were twenty chapters living in owned or rented houses. 
The convention organized as follows : Consul, Dr. William L. 
Dudley, Zeta Psi, '81; Pro-consul, John B. McPherson, Theta, '83; 
Annotator, George L. ]\Iegargee, Kappa, '97 and Phi Phi, '01 ; As- 
sistant Annotators, William H. P. Conklin, Alpha Phi, '94 and Nu 
Nu, '95, George G. Westfeldt, Alpha Omicron, '01 ; Quaestor, James 
P. Bicket, Alpha Iota, '97 ; Gustos, W. P. Fitzgerald, Alpha Epsilon, 
'00; Magister, Joseph C. Nate, Alpha Iota, '90. Under the present 
constitution only the first four of these officials are required for the 
Grand Chapter the others being within its option to elect. 

The business for the deliberations of the Grand Chapter was 
again in most excellent shape for consideration. The special Grand 
Chapter Bulletin for official reports had become a fixture, and the 
issue for this Grand Chapter was one of forty-four pages, the largest 
Bulletin ever issued by the Fraternity. It contained Grand Consul 
Dudley's report to the Grand Chapter for the whole Fraternity, to- 
gether with the reports in full of all minor officials to the Grand 
Consul. The two preceding years were regarded as years of great 
prosperity, and the business transacted was largely in the nature 
of promoting the various matters which had arisen for consideration 
under the new constitution, (i) The date of issue of the Quarterly 
was changed so that it would thereafter appear one month later than 
had been the custom during the past decade. (2) Legislation was 
enacted tending to make alumni extension more easily possible and 
to encourage the formation of alumni chapters. (3) The nature 



24 THE SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 

of the proposed Residence Directory was determined, and the Fra- 
ternity management directed to produce the same at the earliest 
possible date. (4) Another $2,000 being assured for early distri- 
bution from the Endowment Fund, the Grand Chapter recom- 
mended to the Grand Council the claims to such amount of the 
Alpha Phi Chapter at Cornell University. (5) The most important 
financial legislation was the adoption by an enthusiastic and unani- 
mous vote by the Grand Chapter, of a system of alumni dues. The 
plan adopted provides for two notes of five dollars each, to be signed 
by graduates of active chapters, payable, respectively, one each year 
for two years after graduation. One-half of the income of these notes 
goes directly into the Endowment Fund and the other half is dis- 
tributed by statute as the needs of the Fraternity seem to require. 
(6) The subject of Provincial Conventions and their necessity was 
carefully considered. The visitation of such conventions and of 
active chapters by Grand Officers, was regarded as essential. To this 
end the entire income of the Endowment Fund (subject to distribu- 
tion by statute) was allotted to these purposes, as was also the 
income from all Quarterly advertising of railway lines. 

The Twenty-fourth Grand Chapter elected the following Grand 
Council for the ensuing two years : Grand Consul, Joseph C. Nate, 
Alpha Iota, '90; Grand Tribune, Charles Ailing, Chi, '85, and Theta 
Theta, '88; Grand Quaestor, James P. Bicket, Alpha Iota, '97; 
Grand Annotator, Herbert C. Arms, Kappa Kappa, '95 ; Grand 
Editor and Grand Historian, Newman Miller, Alpha Pi, '93 ; Grand 
Praetors, First Province, V. S. Anderson, Kappa, '95 ; Second 
Province, E. Lee Trinkle, Sigma Sigma, '96 and Psi, '98; Third Prov- 
ince, Clifford A. Wiltsee, Mu, '97 ; Fourth Province, William R. Cof- 
froth, Xi, '87; Fifth Province, Edward M. Dexter, Alpha 
Lambda, '92 ; Sixth Province, Arthur A. Bischof, Alpha Epsilon. 
'98; Seventh Province, Landrum P. Leavell, Eta, '99; Eighth Prov- 
ince, A. H. Jarman, Alpha Om.ega, '97; Ninth Province, William FI. 
P. Conklin, Alpha Phi, '94, Nu Nu, '95. An early resignation was re- 
ceived from V. S. Anderson of the First Province, whose place was 
filled by the election of Merkel Landis, Omicron, '96. 

The Fraternity entered auspiciously into the forty-fifth year of its 
history. The organization at Chicago, with Grand Tribune Ailing 
at the head, began the work with an activity unexcelled even by the 



A HISTORICAL SKETCH 25 

best previous records at headquarters. It early became apparent, 
also, that the office of Grand Praetor was to be magnified during this 
period, as never before. These officials almost at once began 
plans to visit all their chapters, to hold Provincial Conventions, and 
to carry out all the ideals of the office as it had been provided in the 
constitution of 1897. The Grand Consul brought to bear an experi- 
ence of ten years' membership in the Grand Triumvirs, during many 
of which he had served as chairman of that body. His close personal 
touch with Sigma Chis throughout the United States had taught the 
alumni and active members the unselfish, persistent, and immensely 
successful character of the Grand Consul's great work for the Frater- 
nity. They rallied to him from every quarter, glad of another oppor- 
tunity to uphold the hands of an officer who had assumed an ex- 
chequer burdened with debt, and left it building magnificent chapter 
houses at the best colleges in the land. No man ever assumed our 
highest office more bedecked with the chaplet of gratitude and praise. 
He has maintained practically a continuous correspondence with the 
Grand Triumvirs, and has attended meetings of those officers upon 
all possible occasions. By several important trips to Provincial Con- 
ventions, alumni gatherings, and the visitation of remote chapters, 
he has continued the example of former Grand Consuls Runkle and 
Dudley in that respect. 

Following the desire of the recent Grand Chapter, the organiza- 
tion of alumni chapters has become a special object of the Grand 
Council. Such chapters have been established at Peoria, Illinois ; Col- 
lumbus, Ohio; Boston, Massachusetts, and St. Paul-Minneapolis, 
Minnesota, while the chapter at Washington, District of Columbia, 
has been revived. No petitions for active chapters have been granted, 
while the Alpha Tau has become inactive. Successful Provincial 
Conventions have been held as follows : of the Fourth Province, at 
Indianapolis, in February, 1900; of the Ninth Province, at Boston, 
Massachusetts, in March, 1900; of the Third Province, at Columbus, 
Ohio, in May, 1900; of the Fifth Province, at Chicago, Illinois, in 
October, 1900. In the first of these the Grand Council was repre- 
sented by the Grand Tribune ; in the second, by the Grand Praetor ; 
the Ohio Convention was attended by the Grand Consul and the 
Grand Praetor; while that at Chicago benefited by the presence of all 
the Grand Officers resident in that city. 



26 THE SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 

An endowment loan of $2,000, recommended by the Grand 
Chapter and now formally alloted to the Alpha Phi at Cornell Univer- 
sity enabled that chapter to complete itsjiiagnificent chapter house 
and to dedicate the structure on December 15, 1900. The formal 
dedication was in charge of the Grand Consul of the Fraternity, 
Grand Praetors Conklin and Dexter being present, together w'ith 
many eastern alumni of the Fraternity. This property which, up to 
date, is the most magnificent acquisition of any chapter of Sigma 
Chi in this line, has added a new enthusiasm for the Fraternity's En- 
dowment Fund. Like the house at Michigan, however, it represents 
not only an element of endowment aid, but a success in a very large 
measure due to the unselfish loyalty and unsparing labor of a number 
of its own alumni and active members. 

July 13, 1900, marked an event in the history of the Fraternity 
unforeseen by the Philadelphia Grand Chapter. On that date Grand 
Tribune Ailing, Grand Quaestor Bicket and Grand Historian Miller 
resigned the offices named. This action in each case was necessitated 
by enlarged business activities, and they gave up the national work of 
the Fraternity with as deep a sense of regret as that with which their 
brother officers spared them. Charles Ailing was the Fraternity's 
oldest officer in point of continuous service, while James P. Bicket 
had made a fine beginning as Grand Ou?estor. So many changes at 
once became a severe test of the Fraternity's plan of government. 
There was, therefore, a sense of relief and renewed pride in our sys- 
tem when the vacancies were speedily and suitably filled. Grand 
Tribune Ailing was succeeded by Herbert C. Arms, Kappa Kappa, 
'95, thus advanced from the office of Grand Annotator. His position 
as Grand Annotator was filled by the election of Clarence W. Whit- 
ney, Theta Theta, '99. Ralph F. Potter, Alpha Iota, '90, was elected 
to succeed Brother Bicket as Grand Quaestor, while Ray G. Mac- 
Donald, Alpha Pi, '93, Theta Theta, '96, became Grand Historian 
under a new arrangement whereby he undertook to push the Resi- 
dence Directory to completion at the earliest practicable date. 

The loss to the Fraternity, in his official capacity, of Charles 
Ailing was inestimable. In his long career in the important office 
of Grand Tribune he had not only endeared himself personally to his 
fellow officers and to the membership of the Fraternity everywhere, 
but he had become possessed of an unfailing and remarkably ac- 



A HISTORICAL SKETCH 27 

curate knowledge of Sigma Chi affairs. He was an authority upon 
every phase of our Hfe and progress and, as an official, was charac- 
terized by great soundness of judgment, combined with great skill 
and accuracy. Many of the achievements of his official career can be 
characterized by no less word than that not uncommonly applied 
to them, "brilliant." Sigma Chi has produced no more loyal and de- 
voted son. Grand Consul Runkle in making his official report to the 
Twenty-third Grand Chapter well said: "Hereafter, and long after, 
all of us have ceased to take any active interest in the workings of the 
brotherhood, the records will show the good work of Charles Ailing, 
and the brothers, while life lasts, will hold in kindly remembrance 
his genial manners and spirit of good fellowship." 

The history of this period is not complete without reference to 
the most excellent growth and improvement of the Sigma Chi Quar- 
terly. Already a great credit to Sigma Chi in 1890, it has been suc- 
cessively improved by every editor. To-day under the direction of 
Grand Editor Newman Miller it does great honor to the Fraternity. 
In appearance, in number and variety of illustrative and literary fea- 
tures, and in the excellence of its chapter correspondence it is second 
to no Greek-letter periodical. 

The Fraternity approaches its Twenty-fifth Grand Chapter with 
the publication of this volume as the item occupying its chief at- 
tention. It is believed that its completion, like the great work of 
1890, will fill a large need in all our working departments. It will 
also be another triumph of perseverance and large ambitions on the 
part of the Fraternity's officials. The Fraternity completes this work 
as it nears the end of its first half century of existence. Its present 
condition may be characterized as one of great activity in every de- 
partment of its life and work. The entire membership is conscious, 
as never before, that this Fraternity is national, not sectional, in char- 
acter. The first half century, with its marvelous growth from seven 
founders to seven thousand members, from one chapter to seventy 
chapters, from a little group of noble fellows at Miami University to 
a vigorous national organization, is indeed prophetic of what the com- 
ing half centurv of its life shall be. 



CHAPTER ROLLS 



MIAMI UNIVERSITY 

OXFORD, OHIO 

Founded in 1809 College Organized in 1824 

First Class Graduated in 1826 
A State Institution Trustees Appointed by the Governor 

DEPARTMENTS 
COLLEGIATE 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds ----- $135,000.00 
Value of equipment and apparatus . - - - 7,000.00 

Value of productive funds . . . . . 100,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 . - - - 34,000.00 

Tuition in college department , . . . Free 

Number of volumes in library - . . - . 14,000 

Number of professors and instructors ... 16 

Number of students in attendance . . - - 144 

Women are admitted and constitute 18 per cent, of the attendance. 

ALPHA CHAPTER 

The parent chapter of the Fraternity. Founded June 28, 1855, by Thomas Cowan 
Bell, James Parks Caldwell, Daniel William Cooper, Isaac M. Jordan, William 
Lewis Lockwood, Ben Piatt Runkle and Franklin Howard Scobey. It became inac- 
tive in 1858 and was revived September 3, 1892. 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Alpha Delta Phi (inactive), 1835-73; Beta Theta Pi, 1839; Phi Delta Theta, 1848; 
Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1852; Delta Upsilon (inactive), 1868-73. 



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ALPHA CHAPTER 



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Thomas Cowan Bell 

A.B., A.M.. 1862 
James Parks Caldwell 

A.B., A.M. 
Daniel William Cooper 

A.B. 
*Cyrus Ewing Dickey 

*Isaac M. Jordan 

A.B., A.M. 
Ben Piatt Runkle 

A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1857 

Teacher 
Attorney at Law 
Clergyman 



Selhvood, Ore. 
Mississippi City, Miss. 



McComb, O. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Cincinnati, O. 



Soldier 

Killed in battle in 1863 
Attorney at Law 

Died December 12, 1900 
Officer U. S. Army and Author Orono, Me. 

Delegate to First Grand Chapter 

Commandant, Univ. of Maine 

Grand Consul 1897-1809 



*Samuel H. Clark 

*William Lewis Lockwood 

A.B., A.M. 
A. J. McFarland 

D.D., 1894 
Garnett Adrien Pollock 

A.B., A.M. D.D., 1897 
*Franklin Howard Scobey 

A.B.. A.M. 



Class of 1858 

Student 

Died in 1857 
Manufacturer 

Died August 17, 1865 
Clergyman 

Clergyman 

Farmer 

Died July 22, 1888 



Hamilton, O. 

Usquepaugh, R. L 

Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Elgin, 111. 

320 Billings St. 
Woods Station, O. 



*James Harmon Dills 

A.B. LL.B.. Cincinnati Law 

School, i860 



*Henry Newton Ankeny 

A.B.. A.M. 
James Renweck Johnston 
John Warrell Morris 

A.B., A.M. 



Archibald Argyle Carnahan 
Milton Vernon 



Class of 1859 

Merchant 

Died in September, 1881 

Class of i860 

Teacher 

Died December 8, i860 
Farmer 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1861 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to First Grand Chapter 
Farmer 



New York, N. Y. 



Panola, Miss. 

New Alexandria, Pa. 
Troy, O. 



Concordia, Kas. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 



Edward Philip Robinson 

A.B. 
Will Lough Stubbs 

A.B. 



Class of 1893 

Teacher 

U. S. Ganger 
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tPiqua, O. 
Carthage, O. 



MIAMI UxNIVERSITY 



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Court Rankin 



Class of 1894 

Attorney at Law 



Murphysboro, Tenn. 



Charles Newton Beal 

A.B. 
James Edwin McSurely 

William Henry Nutt 
A.B. 



Charles Clinton Adams 
Harry Anthony Fenton 

A.B. LL.B., Univ: of Michigan, 
1S99 

Charles Altman Hunt 
Edward Ernest McMillan 

A.B. 
William Carlos Stevenson 



Class of 189s 

Physician 
Attorney at Law 
Electrician 

Class of 1896 



Dayton, O. 

National Soldiers' Home 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

316 Ind. Trust Bldg. 
tMiddletown, N. Y. 



Manufacturer Dwight, 111. 

Attorney at Law Indianapolis, Ind. 

Delegate to twenty-second Grand 19 & 20 Fitzgerald Bldg. 
Chapter, 

Secy. American Tribune New Colony Co., 

Secy. Southwestern Colony Co. 
Teacher Mt. Healthy, O. 

Teacher Morning Sun, O. 



Corporation Promoter 



Albuquerque, N, M. 



William Mann Fowler 

A.B. 
Bertram Leigh Hitch 

B.S. Cincinnati Univ., 1897 

LL.B. Cincinnati Law Sell., 18 
Sidney Smith McClintock 

A.B. 
Earl Harris Watt 

A.B. 
Howard A. Wilson 



Class of 1897 

Manufacturer 

Supt. Candy Factory 
Attorney at Law 



Merchant 

Prospector 

Undertaker 



fMarion, Ind. 

Cincinnati, O. 

S.W. Cor. 3d & Walnut Sts. 

Spokane, Wash. 

2103 4th Ave. 
Nome, Alaska 

Middletown, O. 



Class of iJ 



John Brant De Jarnette 
John Dempsey Garrett 
A.B. 

Alvin Kemper Stabler 



Stanley Miller Beck 

John Edward Egan 

LL.B., Univ. of Michigan, 1S99 
Juson Teeter 

A.B. 



Merchant 
Student 



In Physicians & Surgeons' College, 
Chicago, 111. 
Clergyman 



Williamstown, Kv. 
Bell, O. 



Class of 1899 

Student 

In Ohio Medical College 
Attorney at Law 

Student 

In Ohio Medical College 



West Carrol Iton, O. 

55 Main St. 



tDayton, O. 
Dayton, O. 
Pleasant Hill, O. 



Granville Barrere 
Charles Flint Kline 

Leo Carlton Maxwell 

A.B. 
Lerov Edward Murphy 

A.'B. 



Class of 1900 

Student Hillsboro, O. 

In Ohio State University 
Student Portsmouth, O. 

At Bellevue Hospital, New York 
Clerk Liberty, Ind. 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Merchant Liberty, Ind. 



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ALPHA CHAPTER 



Arthur Caldwell Mortland 

Ph.G. Chicago College of Pharmacy, 1899 

Ph.G. Ohio Normal Univ. 
Grafton Worlev Sullenburger Student 

A.B. ' ■ " 

Rollo Ray Whitmer 



Guy Struble Dennison 
Harry Gilliland Frost 
Paul Thackwell 

William Emerson Witter 
Claude Dewitt Wilson 



Roy Irving Drew- 
Albert Mays Dodds 

Arthur Clark Hayner 

George Mundy Hayner 

Lewis Lee Hayner 

John Hasting Howard 
John Emanuel Lang 

William Henry Lightstone 

Earl Leroy Reeder 

Lewis Wilson Tompson 

Leigh Cilley Turner 
Esteb Cecil Yingling 



Claton Hedges Turner 
Charles Dean Wilson 



Druggist 




Edgerton, 0. 


cy, 1899 






Student 




Oxford, 0. 


At Northwestern University 




Merchant 




Pleasant Hill, 0. 


Class of 


1901 




Student 




Reiley, O. 


Student 




Oxford, 0. 


Salesman 




Chicago, 111. 

2737 N. 45th Ave. 


Student 




College Corner, 


Student 




Hamilton, 0. 

226 N. 2d St. 


Class of 


1902 




Student 




Portsmouth, 0. 


Student 




Dayton, 0. 

114 W. 5th St. 
Dayton, 0. 

44 Stratford Ave. 


Bookkeeper 




Dayton, 0. 

44 Stratford Ave. 


Bookkeeper 




Dayton, 0. 

44 Stratford Ave. 


Soldier 




Dayton, 0. 


Student 




Dayton, 0. 

26 Ferine St. 


Student 




Anaconda, Mont. 
608 Maple St. 


Student 




Dayton, 0. 

636 Taylor St. 


Bookkeeper 




Dayton, 0. 

44 Stratford Ave. 


Student 




Oxford, 0. 


Student 




Celina, 0. 


At Ohio Stat 


e University 




Class of 


1904 




Student 




Oxford, 0. 


Student 




Greenfield, 0. 



OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 

DELAWARE, OHIO 

Founded in 1844 First Class Graduated in 1846 

A Denominational Institution (Methodist) 

DEPARTMENTS 

college of liberal arts school of oratory 

academic department school of business 

cleveland college of art department 

physicians AND SURGEONS SCHOOL OF MUSIC 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds . - - . § 760,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus - . . . 65,000,00 

Amount of endowment --.... 1,285,000.00 

Value of productive funds . - . . . 760,000.00 

Income from all sources for iSgg-igoo - . . . 57,000.00 

Tuition in college department, including incidental fees - - 48,00 

Number of volumes in library ..... 35,000 

Number of professors and instructors - . - - . 60 

Number of students in attendance ----- 1,360 

Number of students in College of Liberal Arts - . . 507 

Academic Department and School of Business - - - 434 

Music and Art Departments - - - - - -318 

Medical Department ..---. 76 

Women are admitted and constitute about 44 per cent, of the attendance, 

GAMMA CHAPTER 
Founded December 24, 1855 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, 1853; Phi Delta Theta, i860; Phi Kappa Psi, 1861; Delta Tau 
Delta, 1866; Phi Gamma Delta, 1869; Chi Phi (inactive), 1873-95; Alpha Tau 
Omega, 1887; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1889; Kappa Kappa Gamma (inactive), 1870-84; 
Kappa Alpha Theta (inactive), l88i-8i. 

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GAMMA CHAPTER 

OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 



Charles Reynolds 

Pastor Trinity M. E. Church 



♦Benjamin Franklin Barger 
A.B., A.M. LL.B., Harvard 

University 
♦Marshall Blair Clason 

A.B., A.M. 
LaFayette Funk 

James C. McKell 
George Ott Newman 
A.B., A.M. 

*John Parrott 

A.B., A.M. 
♦William Parrott 

B.S. 
Madison W. St. Clair 

♦Thomas Brown Stevenson 

♦Benjamin B. Walker 



Tames Watson 
A.B., A.M. 



Wilson Cooper Lemert 
John McCauley 

A.B., A.M. 
Henry Scholl Markey 

A.B. 
♦William H. Taylor 

M.D., Jetferson Medical Coll. 
Ebenezer Mixer Williams 

A.B., A.M. 



♦Irving Halsey 

Henry Eugene Parrott 
A.B., A.M. ■ 



Class of 1857 

Clergyman 

Class of 1858 

Merchant 

Died June, 1893 

Soldier 

Died June 27, 1864 

Farmer 

Delegate to ist Grand Chapter 
Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Prosecuting .'\ttorney of Scioto 
Co., Ohio 
Soldier 

Died October 11, 1864 
Soldier 

Died August 2g, 1865 
Banker 

Director Citizens National Bank 
Manufacturer 

Died April, 1871 
Freight Agent 

Died September 27, 1878 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1859 

Farmer 
Attorney at Law 

Cashier 

Physician 



Albany, N. Y. 
9 Pearl St. 



Dayton, O. 

Delaware, O. 

Shirley, 111. 

Burlington, la. 
Portsmouth, O. 
32 W. 2d St. 

Columbus, O. 

Dayton, O. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Dayton, O. 

Columbus, O. 

Columbus, O. 



Bucyrus, O. 
Tiffin, O. 

145 N. Washington St. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

2851 Fillmore 
Augusta, Ky. 



Killed during John Morgan's Raid on_Augusta,_i862 



Attorney at Law 

Class of i860 

Editor 

Died July 11, 1900 
Farmer 



Frank Baker 

A.B. LL.B., Albany Law School 

John Wesley Cunningham 
A.B., A.M., LL.B., Ohio Wes- 
leyan Univ. 
♦Alonzo Warren Heetor 

James Wirt Newman 
A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1861 

Attorney at Law 

Judtre of Circuit Court of Cook 
County 
Publisher 



Student 

Died August 25, i860 
Journalist 



"fCincinnati, O. 

Mt. Sterling, Ky. 
Dayton, O. 



Chicago, 111. 
3543 Lake Ave. 

St. Paul, Minn, 
16 W. 4th St. 

Scottsville, Ky. 

Portsmouth, O. 



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OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 
Class of 1862 



37 



James Gilruth Bull 
Newton 0£futt 



Attorney at Law 
Farmer 



John James Piatt U. S. Consul 

A.il., Masonic Univ., La Grange, Ky. 
Joseph A. O. Yeoman Attorney at Law 



Creston, la. 
Chillicothe, O. 

53 W. Main St. 
Queenstown, Ireland. 

Fort Dodge, la. 



Henry G. Beatty 
Charles William Diehl 

A. 15. LL.B., Univ. of Mich. 
Charles Evans 

A.B. A.M., LL.B.. Univ. of 
*Francis Julius Fitzwilliam 

*Charles H. Gray 

George M. Klein 
*Manassa M. Lawson 

Archibald Lybrand, Jr. 

Thomas E. Powell 

A.B., A.M. 
*Alonzo L. Trader 

*Charles W. Trimble 

*Otway Watson 

James F. Williams 

Marcus T. C. Williams 



Mich. 



Class of 1863 

Merchant 
Financier 

Attorney at Law 
1. 
Merchant 

Died in 1S99 

Soldier 

Died October, 1862 

Merchant 

Date of death unknown 
Manufacturer 

Member Congress 
Attorney at Law 



Died iS73 
Soldier 

Killed at Second Battle of Bull 
Manufacturer 

Died February 17, 1875 
Bookkeeper 

Attorney at Law 



Burlington, Kan. 
Cleveland, O. 

Cincinnati, O. 

514 Main St. 
Chicago, 111. 

Lena, O. 

tSan Francisco, Cal. 
Tuscola, 111. 

Delaware, O. 

Columbus, O. 

518 E. Broad St. 
Xenia, O. 

Hillsboro, O. 

Run. August 30, 1862 

Columbus, O. 

Cincinnati, O. 

9 Sycamore St. 
fKansas City, Mo. 



*John Finley Brotherton 

A.B. , A.M. 
George Maley Eichelberger 

A.B.. A.M. 
Robert Guy Lybrand 
Robert Stewart Page 

A.B., A.M. 
Frank Hall Southard 

A.B., A.M. 
*Charles Walter Brooks 
Webster 

Charles C. Wiles 



Class of 1864 

Attorney at. Law- 
Died October 24. 1S98 
Attorney at Law 

Manufacturer 
Teacher 



Lima, O. 

Urbana, O. 

Delaware, O. 
tironton, O. 



Attorney at Law Zanesville, O. 

Trustee State Hosi)ital for Insane 47 N. 4th St. 

Student New Lexington, O. 

Died April 3, 1S6S 

Agent Columbus, O. 

With Columbia Hosiery Company 101 N. High St. 



George Phelps Holman 

A.B.. A.M.. 1S6S. B.L.,Univ. of 
Albanv. 1866 

Preston C. Houston 
B.S. 

Charles Phellis, Jr. 

*John M. Ross 
M.D. 

*Richard Calvin Saffell 



Class of 1865 

Mining 

President Swansea Mining Co. 

Manufacturer 

Stock Dealer and Farmer 
Physicion 

Died September 12, 1867 
Attorney at Law 

Died January 24, 1876 



Salt Lake City, Utah 
1 15 Brigham St. 

tDavenport, la. 

Rosedale, O. 
Cincinnati, O. 

New Lexington, O. 



38 



GAMMA CHAPTER 



Charles Sutphin 

Henry Percy Ufford 
Byron Williams 
Thomas Bond Wilson 
A.B., A.M • 



*Hiram Roberts Andrews 



William Judkins Conklin 

A.B., A.M., M.D., Ohio Medical 
College 

Granville M. Flenner 
James Harper Godman 
Jonathan Manly Joseph 
Marcellus Manly 

A.B.. A.M. 
♦William Creighton Watson 

Elias D. Whitlock 

A.B., A.M. D.D., 111. Weslevan 
Univ., 1886 



*George H. Barnitz 

Morris Spencer Booth 

A.B., A.M. 
♦George Ritchey Davis 

A.B., A.M. 
Fletcher Morris Doan 

A.B., A.M. LL.B., Albany Law 
School 
Otho Lee Hays 

♦Robert F. Hurlbutt 

♦Frederic Merrick Joy 
A.B., A.M. 

Samuel Goode McCullough 

A.B., A.M. 
Eugene Powell 
John Preston 
♦Benjamin Franklin Sanborn 

A.B. 
♦Addison Watson 

A.B. 



Cincinnati, O. 

Cor. 3d and Walnut Sts. 
tCasselton, N. Dak. 
Williamsburg, O. 
London, O. 



Manager 

Manager Masonic Bldg. 
Journalist 
Lecturer 
Farmer 

Class of 1866 

Farmer Delaware, O. 

Delegate to 4th GrandChapter 

Date of death unknown 
Physician Dayton, O. 

Pres. Dayton Public Library and Museum 



Travelling Salesman 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Teacher 



Died in 1865 
Clergyman 



Class of 1867 

Manufacturer 

Date of death unknown 
Accountant 

Missionary 

Date of death unknown 
Journalist 

Editor National Review 

Banker 

President Galion Bank 
Journalist 

Died in 1S78 

Attorney at Law 

Died March 17. 18.S3 

Delegate to 6th Grand Chapter 
Journalist 



Printer 

Died February 5, 1879 
Banker 

Died June 13, 1892 



Peoria, 111. 
tColumbus, O. 
tCreston, O. 
fGallion, O. 

London, O. 

Bellefontaine, O. 



Middletown, O. 

Columbus, O. 

108 N.Garfield Ave. 
Tien Tsin, China 

tSt. Louis, Mo. 
1210 Olive St. 

Gallon, O. 

Delaware, O. 

Delaware, O. 

Columbus, O. 

Delaware, O. 
tHutsonville, 111. 
Delaware, O. 

Greensburg, Kas. 



Class of 1868 



Manufacturer 

Pres. Standard Manufacturing Co. 



Theodore Widney Brotherton Attorney at Law 

A.B., A.M. 
John Franklin Curtice 

A.B., A.M. 
John Marshall Hamilton 

A.B., A.M. 
William Marvin Harford 

A.B., A.M. 
John A. Henry 

A.B., A.M. 
♦Joseph Gray Huffman 

A.B., A.M. LL.B., Albany ;Law 
School 
Benjamin Franklin Martin Attorney at Law 

A.M., A.B. LL.B., Albany Law 
School 

George H. Williams 



Wapakoneta, O. 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 



Attorney at Law 
Publisher 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 12th Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 

Died in iSq6 



Chicago, 111. 

Continental Bank Bldg, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Chicago, 111. 

608 Tacoma Bldg. 

New Lexington, O. 
Topeka, Kas. 

409 \Y. 6th .Ave. 
■fWheeling, W. Va. 



OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 



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\Villiam Spencer Barkley 

Samuel O. Barnett 
Franklin Little Campbell 
Thomas Smith Hitt 

M. D., Starling Medical College 

Walter Benjamin Page 

A.B., A.M. 
Isaac V. Sutphin 

Peter Fletcher Swing 
A.B., A.M. 



Edson Burton Bauder 

A.B.. A.M., '75 LL.B. Univ. of 
Mich., 1S73 

Isaac K. Davis 

A.B., A.M. 
DeWitt Clinton Jones 

James A. Morton 
A. Scudder Ogden 
John Frederick Parker 

A.B., A.M. 
Thomas Hugh Ricketts 

LL.B.. Univ. of New York 
David Kemper Watson 

-A.B., Dickinson College. 

LL.B., Boston Univ. 
*Johu Albert Wiltsee 



Class of 1869 

Capitalist 

Merchant 
Merchant 
Physician 

Proprietor of Plainfield Keeley 
Institute 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 

Manager Paper Warehouse 
Attorney at Law 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

257 N. Meridian St. 
tChicago, 111. 
Delaware, O. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

606 N. Delaware St. 

Columbus, O. 

_ 935 E. Broad St. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Cincinnati, O. 



Class of 1870 

Attorney at Law 

Professor Medical Jurisprudence, 
Cleveland College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 7th Grand Chapter 

Banker 
Naval Officer 

Lieut. Commander U. S. Navy 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 



Undertaker 

Died Aug. i, 18 



Cleveland, O. 
249 Kennard St. 

tCleveland, O. 

Columbus, O. 

■fValparaiso, Ind. 
Ft. Scott, Kas. 
Washington, D. C. 

Navy Dept. 
Columbus, O. 

Columbus, O. 
Cincinnati, O. 



Class of 1871 

George Cooper Hitt Journalist 

A.B., .A.M. Business Manager Indianapolis 

Charles Edwin Jones Physician 

A.B., A.M.. M.D., Miami Medical 
College, '74, New York Univer- 
sity (Bellevue). '76 

Wintworth Sholl Attorney at Law 

LL.B., Cincinnati Law School 
Algerus Cryder Watson Fire Insurance Broker 

A.B., A.M. 

Class of 1872 
Manufacturer 

Manufacturer 

Pres. Foos Mfg. Co. 

Merchant 

Superintendent 

Sup't of the U. N. Roberts Co. 

Merchant 



Horatio Strong Bradley 

A.B., A.M. 
Robert Houston Foos 

A.B., AM. 
Charles Henry Isaac 
James Liggett Manker 

George W. Shaw 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
Journal 
Chicago, 111. 

118 South Pine Ave. 



tCincinnatiO. 
London, O. 

Ashland, O. 

Springfield, O. 

tOmaha, Neb. 
Davenport, Iowa 
i9>6 Grand A\e. 
Ripley, O. 



William Harvey Anderson 
Jesse Redman Clark 

A.B., A.M. 

Henry Collings 



Class of 1873 

Merchant Cincinnati, O. 

223 Main St. 
Treasurer Cincinnati, O. 

Treas. Union Central Life Ins. Co. 617 Forest Ave. 
Attorney at Law Manchester, O. 

Judge Court of Common Pleas 



40 



GAMMA CHAPTER 



Charles Cassat Davis Attorney at Law 

A.B., A.M. LL.B. Columbia Law 
School 
Oscar Beasley Dunn Physician 

A.B., A.M., M.D., Miami Medical Coll. 



William F. Foos 

B.S. 
Benjamin F. Gosling 

A.B., A.M. 
* Thomas C. Gowdey 

Dwight Morris Lowrey 

A.B. LL.B., Univ. of Pa,, 1876 
Charles Sellers 
*Harvey Wells 



Manufacturer 

Treas. Foos Mfg. Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Actor 

Died in .August, 1887 
Attorney at Law 

Farmer 
Attorney at Law 

Date of death unknown 



Los Angeles, Cal. 

Ironton, O. 
Springfield, O. 
Ravenswood, W. Va. 
Batavia, O. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

907 Betz Bldg. 
Warrensburg, Mo. 
Wellstown, O. 



Percy Norton 

LL.B., Boston Law School, 1877 



Jason W. Firestone 

B.S. 
William Edgar Hackedorn 

A.B., A.M. 
Henry C. Hume 

A.B., A.M. 



Talcott Beatty 

Alphonso D. Curtis 

Edwin Jerome Light 

B.S. 
Nelson C. Stone 



Class of 1874 

Manufacturer 

Class of 187s 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney for Columbus Buggy Co 



Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1876 

Merchant 

Postmaster of Rattlesnake, Ohio 
Accountant 

With American Tin Plate Co. 
Merchant 

Banker 

Cashier City National Bank 



Springfield, O. 

tColumbus, O. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Hamilton, O. 

Rattlesnake, O. 

New York, N. Y. 

Batterv Park Bldg. 
Washington C. H., O. 

Akron, O. 



John Beckett 

*George Washington Cline 

John W. Friend 

*James Copeland Godman 

Lineus Benton Kaufman 

A.B. A.M., Amherst Coll., 1878 

Frank Asbury Kellv 
B.A., A.M., 

George Noble Kreider 

A.B., A.M., M.D.. Univ. of N. Y.. 
1S80 



Thomas Moore, Jr. 

David DeCamp Thompson 



Class of 1877 

Merchant 

Died April 23, 1S81 
Manufacturer 
Manufacturer 

Died September 21, 18S8 
Merchant 



tChester, O. 
Wilkseville, O. 

Hartwell, O. 
Columbus, O. 

Columbus, O. 

New Lexington, O. 



Attorney at Law 

Deleg^ate to nth Grand Chapter 
Surgeon Springfield, 111. 

Medical Director Franklin Life 522 Capitol Ave, 

Insurance Co. 
Editor Illinois Medical Journal 
Pres. Illinois State Medical Society 
airgeon in Charge Wabash R'y Hospital 



Journalist 

Editor Daily News 
Journalist 

Editor Northwestern Christian 
Advocate 



Hamilton, O. 

Chicago, 111. 

57 Washington St. 



Ira Manville Miller 
Charles Gridell Rowley 



Class of 1878 

Manufacturer 
Manufacturer 



Treasurer Aspinwall Manufacturing Co. 



Akron, O. 
Jackson, Mich. 



OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 
Class of 1879 



41 



Edward Lawrence Stewart 

B.S. 
John Araunah Clizbe 



Franclyn Nixon Coffin 
George Rufus Curtis 

*Clarence B. Fleming 
Edward B. Miller 
Henry Lamb Hyatt 



Jay J. Jennings 

LL.B . Univ. of Mich. 
Robert Anderson Miller 

William D. Mudge 
Theodore Royer, Jr. 

Ph.C, Univ. of Mich., 1882 H, 
Frank C. Rochester 

*Orlo Dudley Skinner 
A.B., Lafayette College 

Edmund Smith 



Robert Carter Thompson 



Attorney at Law Chicago, 111. 

Delegate to 12th Grand Chapter 426 Jackson Bd. 

Salesman Fremont, Neb. 



Class of 1880 

Clerk 

Clerk in Recorder's Office 
Publisher 

Editor of Thresher World 

Mayor of City 
Merchant 

Died in November, 1899 
Manufacturer 

Sup't Buckeye Works 
Merchant 

Class of 1881 
Banker 
Postmaster 



Druggist 
Manufacturer 



A.. i5 



tChicago, 111, 
Milan, O. 

Cincinnati, O. 
Walnut Hills 
Akron, O. 

Delaware, O. 



Columbus, O. 
Ponce, Porto Rico 

37 Marina St. 
Weston, O. 
Piqua, O. 



Financier Athens, O 

Financial Officer Athens State Hospita 



Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 13th and i6th Grand 
Chapter 

Died December. 1S83 
Attorney at Law 



Miner 

Sec. and Treas. Dahlonega Gold Mining Co 
Sec. and Treas. Standard Gold Mining Co 



Columbus, O. 

Cor. State & High Sts. 

Columbus, O. 

Rooms 15 and 16 
Marzetti Bldg. 

Cor. Gay and High Sts. 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



Horace G. Bartlett 
Charles S. Hughes 

*John Edward Hume 

Guilford Lionel Marble 

Franklin Cyrus Piatt 
Frank Carey Smith 



Barnabas Burns 
B.A. 

Charles H. Cadwallader 
James Colson Hart 
Samuel Frybarger Hart 

Hugh Thompson Little 
Robert Livingstone McCabe 

A.B. 
W^ashington Irving McHenry 
Burton Osborn Squier 

B.S. 



Hamilton, O. 
Columbus, O. 

31 North High St. 
Wichita, Kas. 

Van Wert, O. 

706 S. Elm St. 
tGarden City, Kas. 
Peoria, 111. 

National Hotel 



Class of 1882 

Clerk 
Accountant 

Attorney at Law 

Date of death unknown 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 
Agent 

With the Aultman Co. 

Class of 1883 

Merchant Mansfield, O. 

■ Delegate to and elected Grand Tribune at 13th Grand Chapter 

Wholesale dealer in Lumber at St. All)ans. W. Va." 
Cashier Union City, Ind. 

Chief Clerk tChicago, 111. 

Freight Agent Dayton, O. 

Freight .\gent Pa. Lines 60 Hoffman Ave. 

Stock Broker tPl^il'idelphia, Pa. 

Attorney at Law Delaware, O. 



Merchant 
Journalist 



Bryan, O. 
tToledo, O. 



43 



GAMMA CHAPTER 



Elmer Ellsworth Gary 

M.D., Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College 
William Philip Barnes 
Clinton Ellsworth Hamer 
Harlan Thurston Kerr 

M.D., Cleveland Homoeopathic 
Hospital College, 1886 
Alfred Floyd McCormick 



Class of 1884 

Physician New York, N. Y. 

Clinic Professor of Diseases of the 171 W. 95th St. 
Nose and Throat 
Insurance tDelaware, O. 

Jeweler Morrow, O. 

Physician Peoria, 111. 

Delegate to 14th and iSth'Grand Chapters 



Attorney at Law 



Portsmouth, O. 



B.S. LL.B., Cincinnati Law School Delegate to 15th Grand Chapter 

Member of 74th General Assembly State of Ohio 
John William McCracken Merchant Holton, Kas. 

Roy Chase James Miller Manager Cincinnati, O. 

Manager Union News Co. 



Charles Oscar Adams 
John Bacon Houston 
Grant McNutt 
Albert Wheaton Mayers 
B.S., Bethany College. 1886 

David Emmet Mooney 
Arthur Langele Sprague 
John Blain Taggart 
Samuel Eagland Wilkinson 



Class of 1885 

Merchant 
Merchant 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 

Miller 

Civil Engineer 

Merchant 



tColumbus, O. 
Springfield, O. 
Bucyrus, O. 
Cleveland, O. 

1024 Society for Savings 
Bldg. 
Columbus, O. 
Logan, O. 
Delaware, O. 
tKansas City, Mo. 



Class of 1886 

Charles Wesley Goodlander, Jr. Undertaker Ft. Scott, Kas. 

Mayor of City 
Daniel Hillman Nashville, Tenn. 

Edwin Gordon Lybrand Manufacturer Delaware, O. 

Delaware Chair Co. 
Charles Shadrack Reed Attorney at Law Sandusky, O. 

Judge Court of Common Pleas 



David Roberts Allen 
Albert Sherman Davis 
William Simons Hartley 

Herbert Russel Hayes 
William Penquite 



Class of 1887 

Druggist 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Accountant 
Physician 



tToledo, O. 
Dublin, O. 
Cincinnati, O. 

19 & 21 Hammond Bldg. 
tGalion, O. 
La Monte, Mo. 



Clifford Gilbert Ballou 

B.S., M.A. 
Henry Cuppy Elliot 
Oscar Charles Ellis 
Horace Harpster Sears 



Class of 1888 

Teacher 

Principal Toledo High School 
Salesman 
Merchant 
Banker 



Toledo, O. 

2105 Warren St. 
tToledo, O. 
Higginsport, O. 
Fowler, O. 



James Charles Criswell 

B.S. 
Thomas Jefferson Hughes 

Perrv Smith 



Class of 1890 

Banker 

County Examiner 
Attorney at Law 

Attornev at Law 



Mt. Gilead, O. 

Greenville, O. 
124 W. Fourth St. 

Gratiot, O. 



OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 



43 



Rush LaMotte Holland 
William Thomas McKelvey 

A.B., A.M. 
Charles Fletcher Scott 

Smith Buckingham Queal 
Lewis Baker Frazier 



Class of 1891 

Attorney at Law 
Manager 

Manager C. U. Telephone Co. 
Journalist 

Newspaper Correspondent 
Attorney at Law 

Director of Noble County National Bank 

Member of Citv Council 



Colorado Springs, Col. 
Marion, O. 

14 Bradford St. 
Evanston, 111. 

1404 Judson Ave. 
Miamiville, O. 
Caldwell, O. 



Ross Beale 

LL.B., Univ. of Mich. 
William Grant Vorpe 
Louis Allen Ireton 

A.B., LL.B., Cincinnati Law 
School, 1895 
Edward Boynton Cappeler 
Peter Adams 

Arthur L. Binkley 

A.B 
Charles Howard Clark 
James W^ Long 
Edward Thompson Powell 

A.B. LL.B., Ohio State Uni^ 
Lewis M. Reeves 



Brand Whitlock 



George A. Beckett 
George F. Mahaffey 
Paul O. Mitchell 
George W. Spencer 



Edward H. Allen 

A.B. LL.B., Ohio State Univ. 
William Fleet Baker 

A.B. 
Harry L. Bowers 

LL.B., New York Law School 
Samuel Dillon Clayton 

M.D., Pulte Medical College 

Harry James Crawford 

A.B., LL.B., Western Reserve 
Univ. Law^ School 

Carl D. Jones 

Thomas W. Oberlin 

Rufus Byron South 
A.B. 



Harrv A. Cosier 

B.'s. 
Edwin Lester Dornigan 

A.B. 



Class of 1893 

Farmer Range, O. 

Township Clerk 

Editor Cleveland, O. 

Attorney at Law Cincinnati, O. 

Grand Praetor3d Province Station M. 

Riverside, Cal. 
Farmer Highland, O. 

Delegate to Nineteenth Grand Chapter 



Broker 

Farmer 
Physician 
Attorney at Law 
ersity 

Merchant 

Secretary Illinois Retail Hard- 
ware Dealers' Association 



New York, N. Y. 

Fifth Avenue Hotel 
Mt. Sterling, O. 
Bryan, O. 
Columbus, O. 

518 E. Broad St. 
Peoria, 111. 

505 Main St. 

fChicago, 111. 



Cambridge, O. 
Cambridge, O. 
Mansfield, O. 
Adelphi, O. 



Class of 1895 

Manufacturer 



Class of 1896 

Attorney at Law 

Alternate to 22d Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Lecturer in Phvsiological Chemistrv, 
Pulte Medical College 
Attorney at Law Cleveland, O. 

233 Bank St. 



Piqua, O. 

Tiffin, O. 

145 E. Market St. 
Mansfield, O. 

3S_45 N. Park .\ve. 
Cincinnati, O. 



Attorney at Law 

Class of 1897 

Student 

Merchant 

Assistant Secretary of The 

Central Oliio Paper Co. 
Delegate to Twenty-third Grand 
Chapter 



tMansfield, O. 
Greenville, O. 
Wapakoneta, O. 



Yellow Springs, O. 

Columbus, O, 

260 Jefferson Ave. 



44 



GAMMA CHAPTER 



*John E. Ford 

A.B. 
Oscar O. Koeppel 

A.B. 

William F. Pattison 

A.B. 
Porter Bruce Brockway 

B.S. M.D. Rush Medical Coll. 

C. Edmund Neill 
A.B. 



Student Mansfield, O. 

Died August 12, 1900 
Publisher New York, N. Y. 

Captain of Company K, 4th Ohio 93 Fifth Ave. 

Manager The Century Association 



Attorney at Law- 
Physician 

Member Medical Staff Toledo 
Hospital 
Impersonator 



Cincinnati, O. 

126 E. Auburn Ave. 
Toledo, O. 

341, i2th St. 

Delaware, O. 



George Brookfield 
James A. Chase 
Oliver P. Coe 
William Henry Cooper 
George Cary Crawford 

Boyd F. Gurley 

J. H, Montgomery 
C. V. Williamson 
J. C. Wilson 



William F. Armine 
Charles Lloyd Barney 
George E. Butler 



DeWitt Halstead Leas 
C. White Linebaugh 
Elmer Mark Sollers 
George E. Walk 



Class of il 



Banker 
Student 
Merchant 

Exporter and Importer of Horses 



Journalist 



Class of 1899 



Teacher 

Assistant to Editor of Report of 
United States Commission to 
the Paris Exposition of 1900 

Student 

Railroad Mail Clerk 



tBranch Hill, O. 
*Buckport, Me. 
Great Bend, O. 
tKnoxville, O. 
Newark, O. 

Columbus, O. 
The Lewellyn 
tDelaware, O. 
fKnoxville, O. 
Kings Mills, O. 



Wesley, 0. 
Des Moines, la. 
Effingham, 111. 



Delaware, O. 

136 W. Winter St. 
Portland, Ore. 

290 E. 9th S. 
Delaware, O. 



Soldier 

With U. S. Army in the Philippines 
Teacher Caton, O 



Burton De Witt 
Ernest L. Hoffmann 
Eugene Osbert Irish 

A.B., O.W.U. 1899; A.M.. 
Titus Lowe 

A.B. 
*Earl Rodney Smith 

John Wesley Thalman 

A.B. 
Joseph Luther Thalman 

A.B. 
William H. Thornhill 



Class of 1900 

Musician 

Wholesale Saddlery 
Attorney at Law 
LL.B., O.S.U. 1902 
Clergyman 



Date of death unknown 
Teacher 



Delaware, O- 
Des Moines, la. 
Hanging Rock, O. 

Braddock, Pa. 

Mansfield, O. 

Batavia, O. 

Batavia, O. 



Teacher 

Principal of Williamsburg High School 
Merchant Richwood, O 



James M. Bailey 
Walter Henkle 
John Marriot 
William Henry Rice 



Class of 1901 



Clergyman 
Teacher 
Student 
Teacher 



IWilmington, O. 
Waynesville, O. 
Delaware, O. 
London, O. 



OHIO 


WESLEYAN 


UNIVERSITY 45 




Class of 


1902 




Monford Elijah Danford 


Student 




Delaware, 0. 

130 N. F"ranklin 


Mason W. Forbes 


Student 




Duluth, Minn. 

6009 Raleijjli St. 


Harry C. Jacobus 


Journalist 




Delaware, 0. 


Leroy Pyke Kelly 


Student 




Kokomo, Ind. 


Alfred Cookman'McClung 


Journalist 




Mason, O. 


Fred Adams McAllister 


Student 




Delaware, 0. 

841 N. Wasliington St 


Harry Ward Penn 


Merchant 




Bowerston, 0. 


Carl Stitzel 


Student 




Londonville, 0. 




Class of 


1903 




Oliver Perry Doty 


Student 




Gewais, O. 


J. Spencer Alartin 


Student 




Mt. Sterling, O. 


Ralph Leroy Oswalt 


Student 




Londonville, 0. 


Harry Raymond Priest 


Student 




Cleveland, 0. 


Fred Burdsall Smith 


Student 




Xenia, 0. 


Orrie Paul Sell 


Student 




Delaware, 0. 

271 S. Sandusky St. 




Class of 


1904 




Bruce Armstrong Brandon 


Student 




Prairie Depot, 0. 


Thomas Taylor Crawford 


Student 




Alliance, 0. 


Alfred Spaulding Doty 


Student 




Gewais, 0. 


Paul Atherton Holland 


Student 




Mount Perry, 0. 


Frank Whitford Sapp 


Student 




Brockwayville, Pa. 



I 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI 

UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI 

Founded in 1849 Chartered in 1844 

First Class Graduated in 185 i 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 
academic, law, engineering 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $240,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus . - - - 35,000.00 

Amount of endowment ..... 700,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-IQ00 .... 42,696.00 

Tuition in college department .... Free 

Number of volumes in library . . - - - 17,000 

Number of professors and instructors ... 23 

Number of students in attendance .... 287 

Number of students in Academic Department - - 229 

Number of students in Law Department ... 58 

Women are admitted, and constitute about 10 per cent, of the attendance. 

ETA CHAPTER 

Founded October 10, 1857 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1851; Delta Psi, 1855; Phi Kappa Psi, 1857; Chi Psi (in- 
active), 1858-95; Phi Kappa Sigma (inactive), 1859-61; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1866; 
Phi Gamma Delta (inactive), 1868-79; Phi Delta Theta, 1877; Beta Theta Pi, 1879.; 
Kappa Alpha, 1883; Delta Tau Delta, 1886; Delta Gamma (inactive), 1872-89; Sigma 
Tau, 1896. 



47 



ETA CHAPTER 

UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI 



Alvarez Harison Gibson 

A.B. 
John Cheves Miller 



*Thomas Lowrie Boggan 

A.B. 
Joseph Williams Buchanan 

A.B. 
Meschack Franklin 

A.B 
*Samuel Rogers Franklin 

William Theodore McCann 
James Robert Mcintosh 



Calvin Richard Myers 

A.B. 
George W. Smith- Vaniz 

A.B. M.D., Univ. of La., 1867 



*John Emerson Butler 

*William Thomas Driver 

A.B. 
*John Theodore Gregory 

*Kennon McElroy 

Baxter McFarland 

♦Reuben Turner Pollard 

A.B. 
*Thomas Emmett Tucker 



♦Alexander Gregg 

*John Moses Harley 

♦Benjamin Flavins Hyatt 

Thomas Perry Lee 
♦Patrick Steven Myers 

William Napoleon Potts 

♦Evan Jeffries Shelby 

Samuel McElree Wilson 



Class of 1858 

Bookkeeper 
Farmer 

Class of i860 

Soldier 

Attorney at Law- 
Farmer 



Member Mississippi State Legislature 



Natchez, Miss. 
Una, Miss. 

Byhalia, Miss. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

419 Vance St. 
Early Grove, Miss. 



Student 

Died January 10, i860 

Attorney at Law 

General Counsel of Southern 
Division Postal Telegraph- 
cable Co. 
Planter 

Physician 

Class of 1861 



Lamar, Miss. 

Brazil 
■fRichmond, Va. 

809 West Franklin St. 



Byhalia, Miss. 
Canton, Miss. 



Died, date unknown 
Soldier 

Died August 31, 1864 
Student 

Died March 8, 1859 
Soldier 

Died in 186,3 
Attorney at Law 

Chancellor of ist Judicial District, Miss 
Teacher 

Died March 29, 1894 
Soldier 

Died July 23, 1861 



Linden, Miss. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

De Kalb, Miss. 

Marion, Miss. 

Aberdeen, Miss. 
Miss. 
Whitehaven, Tenn. 

Byhalia, Miss. 



Class of 1862 

Soldier 

Died December 11, 1861 
Teacher 

Date of death unknown 
Soldier 

Killed at Chickamauga 
Farmer 
Attorney at Law 

Died September 30, 1884 
Attorney at Law 

Member of firm of Hudson, Potts & Bernstein 
Soldier Concordia, Miss. 

Died November 24, 1864 

fCorinth, Miss. 

48 



Austin, Tex. 

Birdsville, Tex. 

Monticello, Ark. 

Octavia, Miss. 
Hernando, Miss. 

Monroe, La. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI 



49 



William Clinton Barnes 
Daniel Briscoe 

*Thomas Coke Durr 

Jesse Hardin Franklin 
John Richard Gladney 
Thomas Heslep 
*William Henry McCardell 

*James Sheppard Reynolds 

James Aubert Scudday 

♦Henry Taylor Siebe 

*Joseph Lane Taylor 



Class of 1863 

Farmer 
Merchant 

Date of death unknown 
Teacher 
Teacher 



Date of death unknown 
Student 

Died in 1862 



Soldier 

Died June i, 1862 

Died February 24, 1877 



Summit, Miss. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 

326 Guv St. 
Oxford, Miss. 

Boliver, Tenn. 
Saltillo, Miss. 
tPort Gibson, Miss. 
Vicksburgh, Miss. 

Bolton's Depot, Miss. 

New Orleans, La. 

1S26 Clio St. 
Crystal Springs, Miss. 

Taylor's Depot, Miss. 



*William Alexander Barton 

*George Jacob Hunsicker 

*Thomas Samuel Magruder 

TuUius Cicero Tupper 

D D . Arkansas State bniv., 1884 
*James Hoggart Wright 

*Harry Yerger 



Class of 1864 

Soldier 

Died July 3. 1863 

Date of death unknown 
Soldier 

Died in 1864 
Clergyman 

Date of death unknown 
Planter 

Died November 9, 18S6 



Houston, Miss. 
Water Proof, La. 
Canton, Miss. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Natchez, Miss. 
Greenville, Miss. 



Samuel Rutcliffe Coleman 

*John McGehee Farrington 

Alexander Glenn 
James Cureton McCaa 



Benjamin Chin Adams 
Gustavus A. Baldwin 

*Jacob Phiniz Billups 



Class of 1867 

Attorney at Law Greenwood, Miss. 

Member Mississippi State Legislature 
Merchant Memphis, Tenn. 

Died January 21, 1893 -j-New Orleans. La. 

•fOcala, Fla. 



Class of 1868 

Attorney at Law 
Merchant 



Grenada, Miss. 
New Orleans, La. 

1707 Esplanada Ave. 
Columbus, Miss. 



Saunders Billups 
*Thomas Bradford 

Pettus Bowdre 
James T. Harrison 

*Robert McSwine 



Columbus, Miss. 
Columbus, Miss. 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Jackson, Miss. 



Date of death unknown 
Druggist 
Farmer 

Date of death unknown 
Merchant 
Attorney at Law . ... 

Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi 
Student Grenada, Miss. 

Died in 1867 „ , .,, -m;-- 

Tesse Shivers Montgomery Physician ^ . , ^ StarkviUe, Miss. 

^''^.%'^rD.'co&ofP.Jicians ^u^-^^e-f Mis^^^^^^ 

& Surgeons, New \ ork, 1873 ^"/^^Xr for Equftable and Mutual^ Li^f^e ^I-^.^^""-?!?^^ J°^- 

Henry Clay Myers ^"'cen^ra? Agent Equitable Life As- ^"VVonlotoc St 

surance Society 



50 



ETA CHAPTER 



Wiley Noris Nash 

LL.B. 
♦Freeman Randolph 

Dabney Minor Scales 

LL.B. 
Baxter Wilson 



William Erastus Andrews 
*James Thompson Austin 

Robert Stanhope Bridges 
Joseph Caldwell Carothers 
William Leonidas Dinkins 

James Tickel Downs 

A.B. 
*William Montgomery Forrest 

*Alexander Irwin 

*John Hampden Perkins 

Wallace Wood 



Class of 1868 

Attorney at Law 

Journalist 

Date of death unknown 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 

Class of 1869 

Bookkeeper 

Date of death unknown 



Starkville, Miss. 
Panola, Miss. 
Memphis, Tenn. 

54 Equitable Bldg. 

Lexington, Ky. 



Oxford, Miss. 
Abbeville, Miss. 

Holmesville, Miss. 
Grenada, Miss. 



Clergyman 

Insurance & Real Estate Agent Canton, Miss 

Director of Vicksburg & Birmingham R.R 

Member of City Council 
Attorney at Law 



Date of death unknown 
Date of death unknown 

Date of death unknown 
Merchant 

Delegate to 6th Grand Chapter 



Dallas, Tex. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Carson's Landing, 

Miss 
Columbus, Miss. 

Scranton, Miss. 



♦William Rasha Cannon 

Madison Conrad Klein 
♦Andrew Jackson Liddell 
A.B., M.D., Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College, New York 
City 
Charles Shackelford Priestly 
M.D., Univ. of La. Medical Col- 
lege, 1878 
♦William Gaston Watt 

Alfred Alexander Young 



Frank Minter Aldridge 

Charles Clark Coffey 
Charles Harvey Hart 
William Dougald Torrey, 

♦Richard Harrison Bridges 



Class of 1870 

Merchant 

Died October 9, 1882 
Bookkeeper 
Physician 

Date of death unknown 



Columbus, Miss. 

Morehead City, N. C. 
Carrolton, Miss. 



Physician Canton, Miss. 

Health Officer and Chancery Clerk 
for Madison County, Miss 



Died in 1876 
Physician 

Class of 1871 

Merchant 

Sheriff and Tax Collector 

Attorney at Law 

Member Mississippi State Senate 
Student 

Died October 14, 1870 



Carrolton, Miss. 
Oxford, Miss. 



Jackson, Miss. 

708 N. State St. 
Fayette, Miss. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Fayette, Miss. 

Holmesville, Miss. 



Class of 1872 

James Monroe Liddell Soldier Grenada, Miss. 

A. B. Captain U. S. Volunteers, Philippine Islands 

♦James Monroe Quin Student Summit, Miss. 

A.B. Died September, 1872 

William Everett Quin Physician Fort Payne, Ala. 

A.B., M.D., Kentucky School of Medicine, i88i 

Horatio Fleming Simrall, Jr. Attorney at Law Vicksburg, Miss. 

B.S. County School Superintendent 205 South St. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI 
Class of 1873 



51 



*James Miller Buffington 

*William Stewart Johnson 

Louis Rankin Quin 
Edward Doutet Woods 



Date of death unknown 
Planter 

Date of death unknown 
Attorney at Law 
Physician 

Class of 1874 

Merchant 

Date of death unknown 
*Cornelius William Carothers Attorney at Law 

A.B. Died February, 1901 

Mat'ion Lafayette Dye Attorney at Law 

A.B. 
Frank Alexander McLain Attorney at Law 

A.B. 



*Lawson Ballon 



Grenada, Miss. 

Woodville, Miss. 

Kansas City, Mo. 
tBayou Sara, La. 

Canton, Miss, 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Dallas, Tex. 
Gloster, Miss. 



Henry Arthur Finch 

LL.B., Cumberland Univ., 1875 
Thomas F. Lindsey 
William Arthur Roane 

LL.B., Lebanon Univ., 1875 
James Madison Sharp 

A.B. 



Daniel Webster Brown 
William L Causey 
Isham Robertson Howze 

*John Lipscomb Johnson 

*Francis Emmet Love 

A.B. 
Archibald McCallum 

M.D., Kentucky School of Medic 
William Warren Nash 

M.D., Kentucky School of Medi- 
cine, 1882 
♦Alexander James Quinche 

Gus. Russel Scott 

Eugene Montgomery Smith 

A.B. 
James Trotter 

Brittain Rice Webb 



James Russell Berry 

M.D., University of La., iSSo 
Henry Thomas Buie 
*Horace Francis Buie 

Edward Gideon Leonard 
William Henry Montgomery 
James Thomas Nolan 
*William Hollis Tegarden 



Coni,'ressman from 6th District of Mississippi to 551h and 56th 
Consjress 

Class of 1875 

Attorney at Law McKinney, Tex. 

Member Democratic Executive Committee Sth District, Tex. 
■fPulaski, Tenn. 
Attorney at Law Oxford, Miss. 

District .Attorney, 3d Judicial District 
Teacher Clinton, Miss. 

Professor of Mathematics in Mississippi College 



John C. Torrey 



Class of 1876 

Farmer 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 

Date of death unknown 
Teacher 

Died in 1878 
Physician 
ine, 1879 
Physician 

Member Board of Aldermen, 

Teacher 

Died August 11, 1889 
Attorney at Law 
Farmer 

Attorney at Law 

City Attorney of Bessemer 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1877 

Physician 

Miner 
Attorney at Law 

Died May 20, 1880 
Merchant 
Merchant 
Merchant 
Railroad Agent 

Died in 1897 
Farmer 



tCanton, Miss. 
fSummit, Miss. 
Denver, Colo. 

709 People's Bank Bldg. 
University, Miss. 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

Edwards, Miss. 

Pheba, Miss. 
Pheba, Miss. 

University of Miss. 

Corpus Christi, Tex. 
Canton, Miss. 

Bessemer, Ala. 

1811 Arlington Ave. 
Fort Worth, Tex. 



Columbia, Miss. 

Buffalo, Ark. 
Corpus Christi, Tex. 

Bridgeport, Tex. 
Starkville, Miss. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Crystal Springs, Miss. 

Hermanville, Miss, 



52 



ETA CHAPTER 



Joseph Walker Brown 
*John Enos Garrett 

Phipps Brevard Hill 
Thomas Nicholson Jones 
William Elijius Martin 



Class of 1878 

Farmer 
Merchant 

Died January, 1889 

Merchant 
Attorney at Law 



*Charles Percival Montgomery Druggist 

Date of death unknown 
*Samuel Richardson Student 

Died September 10, 1879 



Indianola, Miss. 
Coldwater, Miss. 

Moscow, Tenn. 

Madison, Miss. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

i6th St. and i3tti Ave., 
Nortti Birminsjham 

Starkville, Miss. 

Fayette, Miss. 



Samuel Eddins Montgomery 
Robert Lacy Moss 
Murray Taylor 



Class of 1879 



Merchant 
Farmer 



Yazoo City, Miss. 
College Hill, Miss. 
Hot Springs, Ark. 



Charles Greene Carothers 

John Leonard Hendrick 

LL.B. 
*Thomas Dudley Isom, Jr. 

♦Joseph Blake Jones 

A.B. 
Delos Carpenter Melon 

John McMillan Montgomery 
Hugh Seymour Quin 
LL.B. • 



William Shelby Barry 
John Clark, Jr. 
Hardy Stricklin Green 
Benjamin Howarth Grimes 

B.L. 
♦David Wilbur Harris 

Ph.B. 
Edmond Peyton Lowe 
. Ph.B., M.D. Univ. of La., 1S84 
William Conner Martin 

A.B. 
♦Charles Roberts, Jr. 

Stuart Douglas Rollins 

♦Walter Montrith Stewart 

Benjamin Arthur Stockard 

A.B. 
Cowles Meade Vaiden 



Class of 1880 

Insurance 

Superintendent of i\gents for 
Co., Newark, N. J. 
Attorney at Law 

Druggist 

Date of death unknown 
Student 

Died January 27, 1880 
Attorney at Law 

Farmer 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1881 

Attorney at Law 

Farmer 

Commercial Traveler 

Insurance 

Merchant 

Died in 1898 
Physician 

Attorney at Law Natchez, Miss. 

Chancellor of the 4th Chancery Court_ District, Mississippi 

Abiline, Tex. 
Date of death unknown 
Contractor New Orleans, La. 

6123 Magazine St. 
Natchez, Aliss. 
Date of death unknown 
Commission Merchant Chattanooga, Tenn. 

452 Oak St. 
Farmer Vaiden, Miss. 



Montgomery, Ala. 
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance 

tFort Smith, Ark. 

Oxford, Miss. 

Madison, Miss. 

New Orleans, La. 

6214 St. Charles Ave. 
Starkville, Miss. 
fKansas City, Mo. 



Greenwood, Miss. 
Mt. Carmel, Tenn. 
Collierville, Tenn. 
Meridian, Miss. 

1417 24th Avenue 
Oxford, Miss. 

Ignacio, Colo. 



George Hiram Barney 
Gerard Brandon 

B.A.,M.A. 
James Leonidas Brownlee 



Class of 1882 

Banker 
Attorney at Law 



Gloster, Miss. 
Natchez, Miss. 

624 N. Union St. 
fSparta, Miss. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI 



53 



*James Burt Cassidy 

Benjamin Franklin Clayton 
Forney Leake Green 
Henry Green Harlan 
*Henry Jenkins 

♦James Walter Malone 

Charles Baird Richards 
William Walter Trice 



Date of death unknown 

Cotton Compress 

Merchant 

Banker 

Date of death unknown 

Date of death unknown 
Farmer 
Merchant 



Bank Director and Member of School Board 



Summit, Miss. 

Cleburne, Tex. 
Corinth, i\Iiss. 
Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. 
Aberdeen, Miss. 

Corinth, Miss. 

Penn, Miss. 
Tupelo, Miss. 



Class of 1883 



*Eugene Lusk Clark 

R. E. Lee Daniel 
Robert Layton 

M.D.. Univ. of La., 1S83 
George Foster Pierce Martin 
Joseph Hopson Peace 

B.S. 
George Winfield Robertson 
Thomas Wessinger Slater 



Merchant 

Died January 
Accountant 
Physician 

R. R. Agent 
Farmer 

Teacher 
Planter 



1885 



Clarkesdale, Miss. 

Areola, Miss. 
Monroe, La. 

Houston, Tex. 
Friar's Point, Miss. 

Pickens, Miss. 
Plaquemine, La. 



Charles James Baldwin 
Emi! Friend 
Crawford Jackson 

A.B. 
Frilev Jones Friggitts 

A.B., M.D., University of Va. 
Crawford Jackson 

A.B. 
Ephraim Noble Lowe 

Ph.B., M.D., Tulane Univ. 
William Sharky Raiford 



Class of 1884 

Merchant 

Commercial Traveler 
Clergyman 

Merchant 

Clergyman 

Merchant 

Merchant 



New Orleans, La. 
Sardis, Miss. 
Fayetteville, Ga. 

Flora, Miss. 

Fayetteville, Ga. 

Ignacio, Colo. 

Liberty, Miss. 



Class of 1885 



Oscar Anatole Bourg 

Edward James Deloney 

B.S. 
Henry Flowers 

Ph.B. M.D., Tulane Univ., 1S91 
Walter Leake Keirn, Jr. 

B.S. 
James Mitchell Magruder 

B.S. A.M., College of Miss., 1886 
*James Mortimer Sinnott 

Walter Erskine Williams 
Ph.B. 

Robert Lee Winchester 
A.B. 



Stonewall Jackson Dillard 

B.S. 
Wirt Adams Harvey 
James Stewart Johnson 

M.D., Tulane Med. Col. 



Physician 
Physician 

Clergyman 

Rector Church of the Advent 
Merchant 

Date of death unknown 
Attorney at Law 

Traveling Salesman 

Class of 1886 



Accountant 
Physician 



Lafourche Parish, 

La. 
Lake Providence, La. 

Auburn, Miss. 

Lexington, Miss. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

74 Kennedy St. 
New Orleans, La. 

Fort Worth, Tex. 
Cor. Oleander and 
South Rush Sts. 

Natchez, Miss. 



"[Union Parish, La. 

tLowndes Co., Miss. 
Row Landing, La. 



54 



ETA CHAPTER 



♦David Arthur Phillips 

B.S. 
Robert Jackson Wright 

A.B., Hiawassee Col. 



Walter Milton Bailey 

B.S. 
Grene Croft Chandler 

M.D., Tulane Univ., i8S8 
Eugene Amzi Ford 

Friley Jones 

Ph.B. 
William Bennett Jones 

A B. 
Walter Malone 

Ph.B. 
William Eggleston Meade 

Archibald Pettet 
John Franklin Posey 

Ph.B. 
Edmund Payne Williams 



Merchant 

Died in 1887 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1887 

Merchant 
Physician 

Bookkeeper 

Teacher 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to istli Grand Chapter 
Bookkeeper 

Merchant 
Bookkeeper 

Teacher 



Fort Smith, Ark. 
■fRoxie, Miss. 

Doddsville, Miss. 
Shreveport, La. 
tNew York, N.Y. 
Jackson, Miss. 
Canton, Miss. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

3g NIadison St. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

1223 N. 17th St_. 
Greenwood, Miss. 
Union City, Tenn. 

■fGraham, Tex. 



Ewing Earle Brougher 

LL.B., B.E. 
Charles Friend 

*John Hamilton Hobbs 

Charles Marcus Taylor 

B.S. M.D., Tulane Univ., 1S92 

James Blackburn Ullman 
B.S. 



Ulyssus Wilson Mitchell 
Frank Lide Munnerlyn 
*William Plant 



Class of 1888 

Attorney at Law 

County Attorney 
Bookkeeper 



Date of death unknown 

Physician 



Class of 1889 

Merchant 

Accountant 

Clerk 

Date of death unknown 



Linden, Tex. 

tSt. Louis, Mo. 

4220A Evans Ave. 
Bentonville, Ark. 

Corinth, Miss. 

■fNew Orleans, La. 



Harrison Station, Miss. 
tSelma, Ala. 
Oxford, Miss. 



Thomas Catchings Baird 
Roane Calhoun Bell 
Lawrence Paul Busby 

♦William Ewell Gill 

Finley Vance Holmes 
Frank Clark Holmes 

B.S., LL.B., 1892 
Bartlet Fulton Jones 

A.B. 
♦William Fair Posey 



ames Houston Price 
B.S , LL.B., 1890 



Class of 1890 

Physician 
Bookkeeper 

Druggist 



Date of death unknown 
Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 

Student 

Died February 27, 1889 

Attorney at Law 



Baird, Miss. 
Pine Bluff, Ark. 
Memphis, Tenn. 

407 Union St. 
Gillsburg, Miss. 

Plum Point, Miss. 
Hernando, Miss. 

Hernando, Miss. 

Lexington, Ky. 

Magnolia, Miss. 



Member State Democratic Executive Committee 



Elias Middleton Beasley 
♦William Edgar Enochs 



Class of 1891 



Physician 
Merchant 
Died in 18 



Coal Creek, Tenn, 
Fernwood, Miss. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI 



55 



Robert Friend 

James Alcorn Glover 

LL.B. 
Henry Thomas Gaines 
William Watkins Rogers 
Ivy Howard Sternberger 
John Black Vineyard 

B.S., LL.B., Cumberland Univ., i: 
George Hodge Vineyard 
George Hanson Warfield 



Merchant 

Wholesale fruits and produce 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 



Attorney at Law 
I93 Date of death unknown 
Farmer 
Merchant 



St. Louis, Mo. 

N. 3d St. 
Clarkesdale, Miss. 

Pittsboro, Miss. 
Carrolton, Miss. 
Tangipahoa, La. 
Marianna, Ark. 

Helena, Ark. 
Lexa, Ark. 



Charles Evans Catchings 

^LD., Memphis Hospital Med. 
Col., 1S94. 

Thomas Edwin Enochs 

Charles Joseph Gee 
Paul Flemynge Green 
Harry Burdell Sanford 
Pierce Berda Woollard 



Class of 1892 

Physician Woodville, Miss. 

State and County Health Officer, Wilkerson Co. 

U. S. Pension Examiner 

County Physician 

Merchant Fernwood, Miss. 

Member of firm of Enochs Bros. 

Merchant Carrolton, Miss. 

Attorney at Law fGreenville, Miss. 

Physician Memphis, Tenn. 

Attorney at Law Cleveland, Miss. 



Fletcher B. Enochs 
John Joseph Huddlestone 

B.S. M.D., Memphis Hospital 
Med. Col., 1899 
Albert Carter Martin 

John R. Rogers 
Joseph Rogers Taylor 

Erastus Duncan \'ineyard 



William Joseph Beasley 
Thomas Wang Huey 

M.D., Tulane Medical Col 
Joseph Ambrose Posey 
Jesse Marion Vineyard 

LL.B.. Cumberland Univ., 



Thomas Preston Kimbrough 
Thomas Charles Kimbrough 
B.P.. LL.B., Millsaps College, 
1897 



Nick W. Campbell 

B.S, 
Duke McDonald Kimbrough 

A.B., LL.B.. 1900 
Abner John Mclntyre 
Hardin Kimbrough Toney 



Mark Ashley Dees, Jr. 
Marion Griffin Evans 
.\.B. 



Class of 1893 

Merchant 
Physician 



1S94 



Fernwood, Miss. 
Gregory, Ark. 

Yazoo City, Miss. 



Clergyman 

Rector Episcopal Church 

Carrol Co., Miss. 
Journalist Jackson, Miss. 

Mississippi Correspondent for New Orleans Times-Democrat 
Farmer Lexa, Ark. 



Class of 1894 

Farmer 
Physician 



Hazelhurst, Miss. 
Deutiville, Miss. 



Union City, Tenn. 
Attorney at Law Helena, Ark. 

Secy. Phillips County Democratic Executive 
Committee 

Class of 1895 

Engineer Duck Hill, Miss. 

Attorney at Law West Point, Miss. 

Member of Firm, Critz, Beckett & Kimbrough 



Class of 1896 

Electrician 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1897 

Bookkeeper Midlothian, Tex. 

Teacher Moss Point, Miss. 

Professor of English Language and Literature at Centenary 
College, Jackson. La. 



Little Rock, Ark. 
iiS \\'. Second St. 
Oxford, Miss. 

Ripley, Miss. 
Pine Bluff, Ark. 



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ETA CHAPTER 



Walter Thurston Pate 

A.B. 
James O. S. Sanders 

LL.B. 
William Bismarck Watkins 

A.B., LL.B., 1S98 



Herbert Frederick Fisher 

A.B. 
George Pierce Jones 
Samuel Ralph Knox 

LL.B., A.B., Miss. College, i? 
Julian Knox Morrison 

Archie Gilbert Roane 
B. P., LL.B., 1901 



Alexander W. Evans 

Walter C Brewer 

^LD.. Tulane INIedical Col., 1900 
David Oliver Bridgforth 

A.B. 
Edward Buell Gibson 

A.B. 
John Elmore Holmes 

LL.B. 
Bradley Thomas Kimbrough 

A.B. 
Landrum Pinson Leavell 

B.P. 

Richard Henry Lake 

*William H. Monette 

Henry Rucker Spight 
LL.B. 



Frank Paul Cashman 
Armistead Macon Leigh 

B.S., A.M., 1901 
John DeVando Miller 

William Temple Roane 
Wade Leroy Watkins 



Teacher f Jack son, Mich. 

With B. F. Johnson Publishing Co., Richmond, Va. 
Attorney at Law Charleston, Miss. 



Attorney at Law 

Class of 1898 

Student 



Aberdeen, Miss. 



Princeton, N. J. 



Student Grenada, Miss. 

Attorney at Law New Albany, Miss. 

Member of Firm of Jones, Spight & Knox 
Teacher Washington, Miss. 

Professor of Greek at Jefferson Military College 
Student Grenada, Miss, 



Class of 1899 

Clerk 
Physician 



Mt. Olive, Miss. 
Black Hawk, Miss. 



Medical Student Natchez, Miss. 

Interne Natchez Charity Hospital 
Merchant Crystal Springs, Miss. 

Attorney at Law Oxford, Miss. 

Member of Firm of Holmes & Holmes 
Student Oxford, Miss. 

Teacher Washington, Miss. 

Professor of English and Elocution in Jefferson Military 
College 
Insurance Agent Memphis, Tenn. 

Equitable Bldg. 

Student Deasonville, Miss. 

Died in 1900 
Attorney at Law Ripley, Miss. 



Class of 1900 

Journalist 
Student 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Medical Student 

Electrician 
Merchant 



Vicksburg, Miss. 
Charleston, Miss. 

Jackson, Miss. 

316 E. Capitol St. 
Oxford, Miss. 
Aberdeen, Miss. 



Norvel Robertson Drummond 

A.B. 
Thomas Airey Evans 
Arnaud Bruce Leavell 
Robert Edward Longins 
Egbert Auswell Meaders 
Monroe Goodbar Morgan 
John Bunyan Riley 
Robert Herman Sultan 
Stark Young 

A.B. 



Class of 1901 

Student 

Clerk 

Clerk 

Student 

Student 

Clerk 

Bookkeeper 

Student 

Student 



Hebron, Miss. 

Mount Olive, Miss. 
Oxford, Miss. 
Grange, Miss. 
Grenada, Miss. 
Hernando, Miss. 
Hebron, Aliss. 
Oxford, Miss. 
Oxford, Miss. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI 



57 



Class of 1902 



Oliver Bingham Cowan 
William Vassar Dubard 
Rossie Douglas Ford 
Percy Hawthorn Ford 
Clinton Lanier Gee 
Cowles Edward Horton 
Henry Oscar Leonard, Jr. 
Manly Berry Leavell 
Hervey Linwood Shannon 



Student 

Merchant 

Student 

Clerk 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 



Moss Point, Miss. 
Grenada, Miss. 
Columbia, Miss. 
Columbia, Miss. 
Carrolton, Miss. 
Grenada, Miss. 
CoEfeeville, Miss. 
Oxford, Miss. 
Coffeeville, Miss. 



Class of 1903 



James Fountain Barksdale 
Samuel James Collier 
William Otey Crisman 
Eugene Stewart Enochs 
William Edwin Bates Leonard 
James Berry Leavell 
Charles Worsham Phillips 
Guy Hartwell Watkins 
Thomas William White, Jr. 



Thomas Garner Aleaders 
Robert D. McLean 



Planter 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



Class of 1904 



Student 
Student 



Hardy, Miss. 
Oxford, Miss. 
University, Miss. 
Natchez, Aliss. 
Oxford, Pyliss. 
Oxford, Miss. 
Oxford, Miss. 
Aberdeen, Miss. 
Memphis, Tenn. 

1117 Union Ave. 



Grenada, Miss. 
Grenada, Miss. 



WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON 
COLLEGE 

WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA 

Jefferson College, at Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, was Chartered 

IN 1802 

First Class Graduated in 1802 

Washington College was Chartered in 1806 

First Class Graduated in 1808 

The Two Colleges were United in 1865 

DEPARTMENTS 
collegiate preparatory 

STATISTICS 

\'alue of buildings and grounds .... $300,000.00 

\'alue of equipment and apparatus ... 50,000.00 

Value of productive funds .... - 270,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 25,000.00 

Tuition in college department . . - . 16.00 

Number of volumes in library ... 16,000 

Number of professors and instructors in all departments - 20 

Number of students in college department - - 267 

Number of students in all departments - - - 371 

Women are not admitted. 

IOTA CHAPTER 

Founded February 8, 1858. Became inactive in 1869 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, 1842; Phi Gamma Delta, 1848; Phi Kappa Psi, 1852; Phi Kappa 
Sigma, 1854; Delta Kappa Epsilon (inactive), 1858-65; Delta Upsilon (inactive), 
1858-1870; Delta Tau Delta, 1861; Theta Delta Chi (inactive), 1858-72; Phi Delta 
Theta, 1875; Alpha Tau Omega (inactive), 1882-82. 

59 



IOTA CHAPTER 



JEFFERSON COLLEGE 



Class of 1858 

David Johnston Irwin Clergyman 

A.B.. A.M. D.D., Lenox Coll., Iowa, 18S3 
William Pollock Johnston Teacher 

A.B., A.M. D.D., Grove City President of Geneva Col 
Coll., 1892 
John Harvey Xesbitt 

A.B.. A.M. 
John Wallace Sproull 

A.B.. D.D. 



tEbenezer, Pa. 
Beaver Falls, Pa. 



William M. Taylor 
A.B., A.M., D.D., iJ 



Clergyman 

Clergyman 

Pastor Central Reformed Presby- 
terian Church, Allegheny, Pa. 



Rockford, 111. 

523 Fisher .\ve. 
Allegheny, Pa. 
122 E. North Ave. 



Clergyman 

Class of 1859 



^Theodore 

Horatio Nevin McPher.son 

A.B. 
*David Patton 

A.B. .A.M. 
*Alfred J. Patterson 

A.B., A.M. 
James Abraham Ritchey 

A.B , A.M. A.M.. Franklin Coll. 
1S77: Ph.D., 1883 
Henrv Wallace 

A.B., A.M. Ph.D., Cornell Coll., 
Iowa. 



Attorney at Law 

Died January 12, iqoo 

Clergyman 

Died February 22, 1875 

Attorney at Law 
Died April i, 1892 

Teacher 



Principal of High School, Tarentum, Pa. 



Mount Jackson, Pa. 
Lawrence Co. 



Washington, D. C. 

1324 F St.. N. W. 
Grove City, Pa. 

Alitflintown, Pa. 

Tarentum, Pa. 



Editor 

Editor of Wallace's Farmer, 
Des Moines, la. 



Des Moines, la. 
411 Court .Ave. 



*James S. Buck 

Andrew Alexander Dinsmore 

A.B., A.M., D.D., 1895 
*John Hutchinson Shelledy 

A.B.. A M. 
Llewellyn Oliver Snoddy 

A.B.. A.M. 
William Shaw Stewart 

A.B , A.M., M.D., 1863 

*Samuel Elbridge Vance , 

A.B., A.M. 
Williamson Swift Wright 

AB.,A.M. 



Class of i860 

Clergyman 

Died October 13, 1870 
Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 

Died May 31, 1870 
Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Emeritus Prof, of Medico-Chi- 
rurjjical Coll. of Philadelphia 
Clergyman 

Died March 3, 1901 
Clergyman 

Pastor of .Selhvood Presbyterian 
Church, Portland, Ore. 



Shelby, O. 

Newark, N. J. 

iq lames St. 

Paris", 111. 
Burlingame, Kas. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

1801 Arch St. 
Pontiac, 111. 

Portland, Ore. 

1635 East 13th St. 



Aaron Lvle Hazen 
A. B.. A.M.. 1873 

*Henrv Clay Pitchei 
A.B', A.M. 



Class of 1861 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
Died July 8, 1S87 

60 



New Castle, Pa. 

3; Pittsburgh St. 
Mount \'ernon, Ind. 



WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COLLEGE 



6i 



Ambrose Cephas Smith Clergyman Negaunee, Mich. 

A.B.. A .M. D.D., Center Coll. and Delegate to 3rd Grand Chapter 
Lake Forest Univ. 

Denton U. Stark Merchant San Francisco, Cal. 

.\.B.. A.M. Secretary of Cumberland Coal Co. 3 California St. 

Secretary of Anthracite Coal Co. 21 Luning Building 

President West Shore Oil Co. 
*C. Bruce Watson Banker Milton, Pa. 

Died in 1S64 



Lucian Adams 

A.B. 
John A. Armstrong 

A.B.. A.M. 
Robert Gracey Ferguson 

A.B.. A.M., D.D.. 1SS4 
*John Edmund Kearns 

A.B., A.M. 
*William N. McDonald 

Mathew R. Mitchell 

A.B. M.D., Ohio Med. Coll 

Wallace Radcliffe 

A.B.. A.M. D.D., Lafayette 
1S82 
John Eliot Wright 

A.B., A.M.,D.D.,iS85 



Class of 1862 

Attorney at Law Rock Island, III. 

Judge of County Court, Rock Island. III. 
Physician Leechburg, Pa. 

School Director 104 Lincoln Ave. 

Clergyman New Wilmington, Pa. 

President of Westminster College 
Clergyman Rockville, Ind. 

Died in December, 1895 
Clerk Charlestown, 111. 

Date of death unknown 
Physician Topeka, Kas. 

., 186S Prof. Obstetrics, Kan. Med. Coll., 706 S. Kansas -Ave. 
Topeka, Kas. 
Clergyman Washington, D. C. 

Coll., Pastor New York .-\venue Presbyterian Church 

Clergyman Lock Haven, Pa. 

Member Board of Trustees of General Assembly Presby- 
terian Church 



William G. Duff 

A.B., A.M. 
Samuel Pollock Harbison 
Albert B. Hay 

J. Gladden Johnson Physician 

A.B.. A.M. M.D., Heidelberg Univ.. Germany. 1868 



Class of 1863 

Attorney at Law 

Manufacturer 
Attorney at Law 



John M. Linn 

A.B., A.M. 
George R. Slater 

A.B.. A.M. 
James Stevenson Smart 

A.B. 
John W. Stoutmeyer 

A.B.. A.M. 



Elliot Warner Douglas 



Clergyman 

President Buena Vista Coll. 
Accountant 

Editor 



Class of 1864 
Manufacturer 



la. 



Charles Henry McCuIlough Banker 
Robert McMeen Attorney at Law 

William King Perrine Physician 

A.B., A.M. M.D., Miami Medical Coll.. 1867 



Pittsburg, Pa. 

533 Liberty St. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

424 Fifth -Ave. 

Detroit, Mich. 

493 Woodward Ave. 
Charter Oak, la. 

jPittsburg, Pa. 

23 and 25 Seventh St. 
Cambridge, N. V. 

tNew Orleans, La. 



tSt. Louis, Mo. 

3S10 Delmar .Ave. 
tAltoona, Pa. 
tMififlintown, Pa. 
f Pleasant Ridge, O. 



O. S. Cunningham 

M.D. 
*Joseph Henderson Fleming 

A.B., A.M. 
*Henrv Steelv Floyd 

a.b;. a.m. ' 

John M. Johnson 
A.B.. A.M., M.D. 



Class of 1865 

Physician 

Clergyman 

Died September 14, 1S91 
Attorney at Law 

Died in 1S98 

Druggist 



tBeaver, Pa. 
Welsh Run, Pa. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

81 Diamond St. 
Steubenville, O. 

414 Market St. 



62 



IOTA CHAPTER 



Samuel McCreery 

A.B., A.M. 
*Thomas Uric Parker 

Thomas Asbury Perrine 

A.B., A.M. 
*Robert \V. Price 



Teacher 

Merchant 

Date of death unknown 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Date of death unknown 



tAllegheny, Pa. 

49 Lincoln Ave. 

Mifflintown, Pa. 

tDenver, Col. 

tBaltimore, Md. 



Class of 1866 



*Andrew J. Allison 
A.B., A.M.. M.D., 1S69 

Ingham Wood Donnan 

A.B. M.D., Wooster Univ., 1872 

M.D.. Bellevue Hospital Medical Coll.. 1874 



Physician 

Died Sept. 21, 1871 
Physician 



Maxwell Kinkead 
C.E. 

Norval Marchand 

A.B., A.M. 

LL.B.. University of Albany, i 
*Daniel Stevenson Smart 

A.B., Amherst Coll., 1^66, M.D. 
*Samuel C. Troupe 

M.D. 



Banker 

Delegate to 5th and 6th Grand 
Chapters 
Merchant 

Delegate to Fourth Grand Chap 
168 

Physician 
186S Died May 15. 1877 
Physician 

Date of death unknown 



Westchester, O. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
1013 Carson St. 

tXew York, X. Y. 
10 Broadway 

St. Paul, Minn. 

ter 

Ft. Concho, Tex. 
Boonesboro, Mo. 



Thomas Watson McGuire 

A.B., A M. 
♦George E. O'Neal 



Class of 1867 

Attorney at Law 

Clerk 

Died in 1870 



Carrollton, Mo. 
Steubenville, O. 



Class of 1868 



Physician 

iDied, date unknown 



*William Henry McDonald 
M D., Bellevue Hospital Med 
Coll.. 1871 
StephenOliver Brown McCurdy Clergyman 

A.B., A.M. Director of Philadelphia Tract 

and Mission Society 
Pastor of Presbyterian Church, Cynwyd, Pa 



Pueblo, Col. 
304 N. Main St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
1929 Chestnut St.- 



Lawrence M. Colfelt 

A.M.. A.B. D.D., Hampden-Sid- 
ney College 
Joseph Buffington Jackson 

A.B., A.M. 
William Conner Shaw 

A.B., A.M., M.D., Bellevue Hosp 
Coll., 1872 



William Oliver Sproull 
A.B., Ph.D. and A.M., 

Leipzig, 1877 
LL.D., Wooster. 1890 
LH.D.. Miami, 1895 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
1538 N. Broad St. 

fElderton, Pa. 



Class of 1869 

Clergyman 

Pastor of O.xford Presbyterian 
Church 
Clergyman 

Physician Pittsburg, Pa. 

Pres. West Liberty Land Co. 1009 Wylie Ave. 

Pres. National Case & Carton Co. 

Pres. Irwin Fuel. Gas & Light Co. 

Obstetrician & Physician, Bethesda Home 

Chief Med. E.xaminer to the Equitable Life, N. Y.. 

Home Life, N. Y.. State Mutual, Mass., State Life, Ind. 

National of Vt., Union Central, Cincinnati 
Teacher Cincinnati, O. 

Gen. .Agent N. Y. Life Ins. Co. Rawson Bldg. 

Trustee of the Woodward Fund 

Member of Union Board of High Schools 

Director of the Teachers Club 

Director of .Associated Charities 



WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COLLEGE 



63 



Benjamin Couch Henry 
A.B. A.M., Coll. of N.J. 

John Irwin 

David Markle McMasters 
M.D., Bellevue Hospital Med. 

David Edwin Shaw 

A.B. A.M., Coll. of N.J. 

George W. Skinner 



Robert Gracey, Jr. 
WiUis L. King 



Class of 1870 

Clergyman 

Merchant 
Physician 
Coll.. 1871 

Clergyman 

Pastor Presbyterian Church 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1871 

Teacher 
Manufacturer 

Vice-chairman Jones & Laugh- 
lin's Ltd. 



tMorristown, N. J. 

Irwin, Pa, 
Ridley Park, Pa, 

Colora, Md, 

Franklin, Pa. 



fSt. Louis O'Bispo.Cal. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Cor. Third and Try St. 



INDIANA UNIVERSITY 

BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA 

Founded in 1820 Chartered in 1828 

First Class Graduated in 1830 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGIATE AND LAW 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds - - - • . $290,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus - - . . 120,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 150,000.00 

Tuition in college department .... - Free 

Number of volumes in library .... 35,000 

Number of professors and instructors - . - . 64 

Women are admitted and constitute about one-third of the attendance. 

LAMBDA CHAPTER 

Founded September 10, 1858 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, 1845; Phi Delta Theta, 1849; Phi Kappa Psi, 1869; Delta Tau 
Delta, 1870; Phi Gamma Delta, 1871; Kappa Sigma (inactive), 1887-88; Sigma Nu, 
1892; Kappa Alpha Theta, 1870; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1873; Pi Beta Phi, 1893; 
Tau Epsilon Pi. 



65 



LAMBDA CHAPTER 



INDIANA UNIVERSITY 



Alexander Downing Lemon 
B.S., LL.B., iSsg 



Stephen Thrasher 
A.M., LL.B., 1S59. 

*Tohn H. Lathrope 
D.D.,LL.D. 



Class of 1858 

Attorney at Law 

Class of 1859 

Attorney at Law 

Teacher 

Died in 1866 



San Francisco, Cal 
iS5 Octavia St. 



Port Gibson, Miss. 
Hannibal, Mo. 



Alfred Homer Lemon 

M.D. 
Jacob Vance Wolfe 

A.B., A.M., i860; LL.B., 1863 



Simeon Green 

B.S. 
Byford Ernest Long 

A.B., A.M. 
John Henry Louden 

A.B., A.M., LL.B., 1864 
*Richard M. J. Miller 

B.S. 
Jonathan W. Newman 

B.S., Univ. of Mich., 1862; 
M.S., 1866; LL.B., 1869 
William W. Schermerhorn 

Dudley Frederick Smith 
James George Strong 

LL.B. 
*James Woodburn 

A.B., 1842; A.M., 1845 
*Thomas Wilson Zook 

B.S. 



Class of i860 
Lecturer 
Farmer 

Class of 1861 

Architect & Builder 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Died August 6, 1889 
Attorney at Law 

Journalist 

Delegate to 2d Grand Chapter 
Farmer 
Merchant 

Teacher 

Died September 8, 1865 
Soldier 

Killed in battle. May 14, 1864 



Coffeyville, Kas. 

911, 14th St. 
Oaktown, Ind. 



Paoli, Ind. 
Brownstown, Ind. 
Bloomington, Ind. 
Patoka, Ind. 

Richmond, Ind. 

20 South 13th St. 

Fayettesville, Ark. 

Bloomington, Ind. 
St. Mary's, Kas. 

Bloomington, Ind. 

Waynetown, Ind. 



Class of 1862 

Daniel James Bridge Clergyman 

A.B., A.M. 
Jasper Hill Coffey Clergyman 

Edmund Burke Fairfield Clergyman 

A.B., 1842: A.M., LL.D., D.D., and S.T.D. 
*Arthur J, Hawhe 

Date of death unknown 
*William Burke Harris Physician 

M.D., Cincinnati Med. Coll., 1856 Died about 1S92 

John Hood Clergyman 

A.B., A.M. 

66 



Franklin, Pa. 

Cofifeysburg, Mo. 
tManistee, Mich. 

Wickiiffe, Ind. 

Vincennes, Ind. 

Galesburg, 111. 



INDIANA UNIVERSITY 



67 



*Levy Percy Mayer 

*Leonard Woods McCord 

B.S. 
Joseph Glass McPheeters 

Hugh Dunn McMullen 

B.S. 
John Henry O'Neall 

B.S.,LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 
Thomas Carter Pering 

.\.B., A.M. 
Martin Luther Prather 
Napoleon A. Rainbolt 



William Story Hooper 

.\.B.. A.M., 1864 
James V. Mitchell 

B.S., 1862 
*Samuel Lowry Osborn 

*Harrison Woodsmall 



1864 



Soldier 

Died in 1865 
Attorney at Law 

Died January 12, 1868 

U. S. Commissioner 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Manager 

Manager Crescent Stone Co. 
Farmer 

Class of 1863 

Clergyman 
Attorney at Law 

Farmer 

Died May 14, 1885 
Missionary 
Died in 1872 



Palestine, Ind. 
Westville, Ind. 

Bloomington, Ind. 

633 North College Ave. 
Aurora, Ind. 

Cor. 4tii and Front Sts. 
Washington, Ind. 

406 South East nth St. 
Bloomington, Ind. 

tPrather, Ind. 
Springville, Ind. 



Mattoon, 111. 

1408 Charleston St. 
Martinsville, Ind. 

Mankato, Minn. 

Atlanta, Ga, 



Class of 1864 



Stephen Belding Journalist 

Archibald Warriston Johnston Physician 
A.B., A.M., B.D.. Ref. Pres. Theol. Sera.,iS68 
M.D.. Jefferson Medical Coll., 1S75 
*John S. Logan 



*Robert Milburn McMasters 

James M. Scantlin 
*Thomas Bruce Shields 

Obial Spencer 



Joseph Malin Dufour 

Joseph Frank Harris 
Leander John Monks 



James Philip Baker 

A.B., A.M. 
^Bedford Augustus Bradley 

A.B., A.M. 
Walter Scott Hull 

A.B., Vale Coll., 1870 
Calvin Chapman Menaugh 



Date of death unknown 
Salesman 

Died April 5, igoi 
Merchant 
Farmer 

Date of death unknown 

Class of 1865 

Clerk 

Clerk in Pension Department 
Druggist 
Attorney at Law 

Judge of Supreme Court 

Class of 1866 
Attorney at Law 

Died May 4, 1875 
Attorney at Law 



Editor 

Editor of Salem Democrat 
William Constantine Mitchell Banker 
* William H. Scott 

Date of death unknown 



Washington, Ind. 
Belle Center, O. 

Salem, Ind. 

Portland, Ore. 

254 Montgomery St. 
Princeton, Ind. 
Seymour, Ind. 

Ladoga, Ind, 



Washington, D.C^ 

1203 f St. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Winchester, Ind. 

24 East Franklin St. 



"flndianapolis, Ind. 

1209 Central Ave. 
New Albany, Ind. 

Chicago, 111. 

95 Fifth Ave. 
Salem, Ind. 

Martinsville, Ind, 
Logansport, Ind. 



Vinson V. Carter 
B.S., LL.B., 1S68 
William Columbus Draper 



Class of 1867 

Attorney at Law 
Merchant 



■flndianapolis, Ind. 

Trinidad, Col. 
1023 San Juan St. 



68 



LAMBDA CHAPTER 



William Jacob Hisey 

♦Joseph Phillip Jones 

LL.B., tS67 
*Henry Clay Meredith 

A.B.. A.M. 
*John Enos Neff 

George Parrott 

A.B., Ohio Wesleyan Univ., 
Warder W. Stevens 

LL.B., 1867 

George W. Wilson 



Attorney at Law 

Judge Superior Court of Marion Co 
Attorney at Law 

Died January 10, 1900 
Farmer 

Died July 5, 1882 

Attorney at Law 

Died September 15, 1884 

Manufacturer 

A.M., 1S55 

Farmer and Horticulturist 

Pres. of State Board of Agriculture 
Editor of '• Farmer's Guide " 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
Martinez, Cal. 
Cambridge City, Ind. 
Winchester, Ind. 
fDayton, O. 
Salem, Ind. 



Clergyman 



"fFairfield, Ind. 



Class of 1868 

George W. Coffey 

Henry Clay Duncan Attorney at Law 

A.B., 186S, LL.B., 1870, A.M., 1871 Judge of Circuit Court 

Member of Board of Managers, 
William Henry Edwards Attorney at Law 

LL.B. 
George Washington Hoss Teacher 

A.B., DePauw Univ., 1850; A.M., Prin. of Western School of Elo- 

1853; LL.D., Ind. Univ., 1872 cution and Oratory 

Howard Maxwell Traveling Salesman 

*James M. Wilhite 

Date of death unkno-.vn 



tOwensboro, Ky. 
Bloomington, Ind. 

Indiana Reformatory 
Mitchell, Ind. 

Wichita, Kas. 
645 Hiram Ave. 

Bloomington, Ind. 
Owensboro, Ky. 



George Washington Alford 

B.S.,LL.B. 
J. Edwin Black 
David Vawter Burns 

LL.B., 1868; LL.D., Franklin 
Coll., 1897 
Aaron Asbury Cravens 

B.S. 
Charles Lafayette Jewett 

Allen King Melton 

B.S. 
Charles Theodore Murray 

LL.D., Columbian Univ. 
William Thomas Scott 

LL.B. 
Luther Short 

B.S. LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1874 

Asher La Boyteaux Sluss 

A.B., A.M., LL.B., 1870 
Joseph P. Throop 

LL.B., 1S71 
William Benjamin Franklin 

Treat 



Class of 1869 

Clergyman 

Farmer 
Attorney at Law 

Farmer 

Attorney at Law 

Ranchman 

Journalist 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

United States Minister to 

Stock Dealer 

Merchant 



Walter Alphonzo Foland 
A.B., A.M., LL.B., 1S73 

Lewis Cass Garrigus 
LL.B. 

♦Albert Gallatin Harris 

David Hexley Huston 
James E. Sayres 
LL.B. 



Clergyman 

Class of 1870 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Died July 24, 1884 

Stock Farmer 
Deputy County Clerk 



Tipton, Ind. 

Tupelo, Miss. 
Denver, Col. 

2611 California St. 

Hardinsburg, Ind. 

New Albany, Ind. 

611 E. Main St. 
♦Carrizo Springs, Tex. 

Washington, D.C. 

Seattle, Wash. 

715 Jefferson St. 
Franklin, Ind. 
Turkey Constantinople, 
Turkey 

Tipton, Ind, 
Paoli, Ind. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
1414 Pleasant St. 



Benson, Minn. 

Aberdeen, Wash. 

Huron, S. Dak. 

Maud, Ky. 

tSan Francisco, Cal. 



Isaac Newton Thacker 

M.D.. Miami Medical College. 

Arthur Perry Twineham 

A.B., A.M. 
*Julius William Youche Attorney at Law 

.\.I5.. A.M., LL.B., Univ. of Mich. Died January, igoi 



INDIANA UNIVERSITY 

Physician 
Attorney at Law 



69 



^Washington C. DePauw 



Manufacturer 

Died in May, 1887 

Class of 1871 



Attorney at Law 

Died January 16, 1893 
Clergyman 



*John William Buskirk 

LL.B.. 1S70 
James Milligan Foster 

A.B., A.M. 
Marquis De LaFayette Gibbs Attorney at Law 

LL.B. 
William Orris Green 

>LD,. Univ. of Louisville, 1S72 

James Edmund McCullough 

B.S..LL. B. 
Cyrus F. McNutt 

LL.D. 
William Johnson Throop 

LL.B. 



Thomas Jefferson Clark 

A.B., A.M. 
Orlando Hannagan Cobb 

B.S.,LL.B. 
*George William Cooper 

A.B., A.M., LL.B. 
Benjamin H. Cravens 
George W. Cummings 



Dentist 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1872 
Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 

Judgfe of Knox Co. Circuit^Court 
Attorney at Law 

Died November 26, 1899 
Farmer 
Journalist 



Rosales, Chihuahua, 

Mex. 
Princeton, Ind. 

Crown Point, Ind. 

New Albany, Ind. 



BloomiTigton, Ind. 

Boston, Mass. 

56 Pinkney St. 
Leavenworth, Ind. 

New Albany, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

Room 1-4 Law Bldg. 
Paoli, Ind. 



Bloomington, Ind. 

213 E. Kirkwood .'^ve. 
Vincennes, Ind. 

Columbus, Ind. 

Hardinsburg, Ind. 

New York, N. Y. 



AJi., LL.B., St. Louis Law School Vice-Pres. .Am. Press .Association 45 Park PI. 



John William Ewing 
B.S., LL.B. 

William Gustavus' Holland 
Howard Ralph Lowder 

M.D., Ind. ^Ied. College, 1875 
Edgar Lewis Wakeman 

John Richard Weathers 



Superintendent 

Pres. People's Natl. Bank. 

Supt. Princeton Motor Co. 
Attorney at Law 
Physician 

Author 

Clerk 

U. S. Bureau of Pensions 

Class of 1873 
Physician 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 



William Orseaneth Barnett 

M.D., Miami Med. College, 1S71 
Webster Dixon 

.\.B. 
Noble B. Judah 

Ph.D., Brown Univ., 1874 

Robert Marion Piatt 

B.S.. LL.B., 1874 
William Francis Lewis Sanders Teacher 

B S. 
Elbert Martel Swan Attorney at Law 



Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 9th Grand Chapter 



Princeton, Ind. 
302 S. Main St. 

Fresno, Cal. 
Bloomfield, Ind. 

New York, N.Y. 

P. O. Lock Box, 625 
Washington, D. C. 

iioi H St., N. W. 



Wellington, Kas. 

Columbus, Ind. 

Chicago, 111. 

76 .Adams Express 
Bldg. 
Wichita, Kas. 

839 N. Topeka Ave. 

Connersville, Ind. 



LL.B., Cincinnati Law School, 1874 



Judge of 2d Judicial Circuit of Ind. 
Class of 1874 



Rockport, Ind. 



Lawson Frank Branaman 

LL.B. 
James Piper Cope 

M.D., Cincinnati College of Med- 
icine, 1871 

M.D., Bellevue Medical College, 1S72 



Attorney at Law 
Phvsician 



Brownstown, Ind. 
Bridgeport, Ind. 



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LAMBDA CHAPTER 



Baron D. Crawford 

B.S. 
William John Frazer 

B.S. D.D., Hanover Coll., i8c 
James William Head 

A.B., A.M., LL.B. 
Andrew Hubbard Marshall 

M.D., Univ. of N.V.. 1S74 
Jesse Day Trueblood 

A.B., LL.B., 1876 



Hamlet Allen 

David W^ilson Baird 

LL.B. 
*Thomas Reed Cobb 

Major Wetherford Funk 

LL.B. 
*George Washington Friedley 

James Byall Harper 

LL.B., 1876. A.M., Taylor Univ. 
Hiram Monroe Logsdon 

B.S. 
John McGregor 

B.S. 
William Ralph Myers 

William Wallace Spencer 

B.S., LL.B.. 1877 
John Lewis Taylor 

LL B., Cincinnati Law School, 
1878 
Henry Carroll Timmonds 

William Newby Trueblood 
A.B., Earlham Coll., 1873; A.M. 

*Thomas Charlton Van Nuys 
M.D., Berlin Univ. 



Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 

Merchant 

Dealer in Dental Supplies 
Lawyer 

Class of 1875 

Teacher 

Teacher 

Attorney at Law 

Died in 1890 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Died in March, 1899 
Attorney at Law- 



Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 



Pratt, Kas. 

Elkhart, Ind. 

300 S. Second St. 

Shelbyville, Ky. 

Des Moines, la. 

_ 852 W. Fifth St. 
Ridge Farm, 111. 



Washington, Ind. 

105 John St. 
Wallen, Ind. 

Vincennes, Ind. 

Corydon, Ind. 

Market St. 
La Fayette, Ind. 

Ft. Wayne 

Suite 12 and 13 Bank Block 

Evansville, Ind. 

Madison, Ind. 

Anderson, Ind. 

Ill W. 9th St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

314 E. Walnut St. 
Boonville, Ind. 



Attorney at Law Lamar, Mo. 

Judge of 26th Judicial Circuit of Missouri 
Teacher Richmond, Ind. 

Prof, of English Literature at Earlham College 
Teacher Bloomington, Ind. 

Died in July, 1S99 



George Theophilus Herrick 
*Isaac Pusey Gray 
Thomas Benton Orr 
Robert Stoddart Robertson 



^Arnold Foster Farrar 

LL.B., 1877 
John Oscar Fife 
*Jeremiah Wright Gladish 

LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1878 
James Robert Hart 

A.B., 1S97 

Charles Henry Holmes 

M.D., Rush Medical Coll., 1879 

Charles Richardson 
A.B. 



Elbert Sadler 
B.S. 



Class of 1876 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Died February 14, 1895 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
Class of 1877 

Died June 17, 1877 
Attorney at Law 
Journalist 

Date of death unknown 
Teacher 

Sec'y and Treas. of the Indiana 
State Teachers' Association 

Editor Dakota F"armer 
Manager 

Agent 

Ass't Gen. Agent Western De- 
partment National Fire Ins. 
Co. of Hartford 

Merchant 



Wabash, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Anderson, Ind. 

1022 Meridian St. 
Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

179 West Berry St. 



Peru, Ind. 

tWyandotte, Kas. 
Petersburg, Ind. 

Lebanon, Ind. 
223 E. Pearl St. 

Green Bay, Wis. 

Chicago, 111. 
171 La Salle St. 

Martinsville, Ind. 



INDIANA UNIVERSITY 



71 



Dale Jackson Crittenberger 

A.B. 
Henry Anderson Lee 

A.B. 
William Cadid Smith 

LL.B.. Univ. of Mich., 1S81 
Francis Marion Spraker 



David Walter Bell 
A.M. 

Samuel Albert Chenoweth 

A.B. 
Frederick Eugene Dickinson 

-A.M., B.D., Chicago University 
Divinity School 

Franklin Pierce Foster 

A.B. 
*William Jay King 

A.B. 
*Cheslev Davis McLahlan 

M.D.,'Rush Medical College 



Class of 1878 

Editor 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

City Attorney of Delphi, Ind. 
Teacher 



Class of 1879 

Attorney at Law and Manu- 
facturer 
Miller and Farmer 

Clergyman and Manufacturer 

Attorney at Law 

County Official 

Died May 13. 1899 
Physician 

Died in 1892 



Anderson, Ind. 

Bloomington, Ind. 

502 E. 4th St. 
Delphi, Ind. 

Logansport, Ind. 



gansport, 
713 High St 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
Shoals, Ind. 
Kendallville, Ind. 

Anderson, Ind. 

1311 Hendricks St. 
Bloomington, Ind. 

Harrodsburg, Ind. 



William Francis Axtell 

A.B.. A.M. 
Cyrus Edgar Davis 

A.B., LL.B., Univ. of.Mich. 
Lincoln Dixon 

A.B. 
Nevins Lowry Martin 
John Gilbert McXutt 
William Perry Rogers 

Edward Crittenden Simpson 
A.B. 



Class of 1880 

Teacher 

Superintendent of School 
Attorney at Law 

Member of Indiana Legislature 
Attorney at Law 

Student 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Dean of Law School 
Attorney at Law 



Class of 1881 



William Edward Beach Merchant 

_B.L. County Treasurer 

'William Bryant Blackstone Physician 
yi.D. Chica^ro Medical Coll., 1884 



Washington, Ind. 
219 N. E. loth St. 
Bloomfield, Ind. 

North Vernon, Ind. 

Cincinnati, O. 
Terre Haute, Ind. 
Bloomington, Ind. 

214 E. 7th St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



La Fayette, Ind. 
■fHebron, Ind. 



Lunsford Leslie Broaddus Attorney at Law 

Horace Addison Hoffman 
A.B., A. M., Harvard Univ. 

♦Alfred Willis Scott 
A.B. 



Connersville, Ind. 
21 Sycamore St. 
Teacher Bloomington, Ind. 

Dean of Dep't's of Liberal .\rts, East 3a St. 
Ind. Univ. Professor of Greek 
Attorney at Law Lincoln, Neb. 

City .\ttorney of Lincoln 
Died July 18, 1900 



Class of 1882 

Henry Archibald Buerk Attorney at Law Borden, Ind. 

.\.t5., .\.B., Harvard Univ., 1S83 President of Borden Institute 

Otis Foster Railroad Agent Mill Spring, 111. 

Joseph Alexander McHatton, Teacher Morea, 111. 

James Beverly Milner Attorney at Law La Fayette, Ind. 

George Marshall Norman Merchant Heltonville, Ind. 



72 



LAMBDA CHAPTER 



Albert Monroe Adams 

B.L. 
William Robert Asher 

Edwin Corr 

B.L., LL.B., DePauw Univ., 

Frank Arthur Kerns 

Edward Lee Stacy 

Charles Swartz 

John Smith Whitaker 



Class of 1883 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 



Delegate to the 14th Grand Chapter 



Rockville, Ind. 
Tecumseh, Okla. Ty. 



Attorney at Law 
1885 Trustee of Indiana University 

State Senator 
Attorney at Law 
City Attorney 

Clerk 



Bloomington, Ind. 
222 E. Kirkwood Ave. 

Wyoming, 111. 

tChicago, 111. 

641 vV. Adams St. 
tCharlestown, Ind. 
Alaska, Ind. 



Schuyler Colfax Beard 

M.D., Bellevue Medical Coll. 

James Reuben Beckett 
A.B. 

*Homer Emmett Carty 

William Wilson Fuller 
♦John Lockwood Gentle 

A.B. 
Charles William Horner 
Orbra Fitch Montgomery 

Willard New 



18S5 



Class of 1S84 
Physician 
Attorney at Law 



Died April 24, 1882 
Publisher 
Clergyman 

Died January 29, 1889 
Jeweler 
Attorney at Law 

Fulton County Attorney 
Attorney at Law 

Judge of Circuit Court 



Vincennes, Ind. 

Chicago, 111. 

85 Dearborn St. 
Annapolis, Ind. 

Shelbyville, Ind. 
Southport, Ind. 

tWinfield, Kas. 
Rochester, Ind. 

Vernon, Ind. 



*Charles Frederick Bain 

A.B. 
Ira Coleman Batman 

B.L. 
*Phillmer Day 

A.B. 
Morey McKee Dunlap 

B.L., LL.B., 1891 
Martin Luther Hoffman 

A.B. 
*Cyrus Robinson Hunter 

A.M.. Eastman's Business Coll., 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1883 
*Wesley Walker Norman 

A.B., A.M., Indiana Univ., 1887 
Ph.D., Chicago Univ., 1899 
Robert Elmer Scott 

A.B. 
James Riley Wilson 



Daniel Henry Branaman 

B.L. 
Simon Peter Domer 

B.L., Univ. of Mich., 1890 
Robert Sanford Duncan 
Carl Henry Eigenmann 

A.B., A.M., 1887; Ph.D., 18 

Walter Irwin Isanogel 



Class of 1885 

Student 

Died April 28, 1887 
Attorney at Law 

City Attorney of Bloomington, 
Clergyman 

Died July 7, 1S92 
Attorney at Law 

Mayor of Anderson, Ind. 
Teacher 

Journalist 

Died June 15, 1892 

Teacher 

Died July i, 1899' 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 



Class of 1886 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 



Martinsville, Ind. 

Bloomington, Ind. 
Ind. 403 \V. Kirkwood .\ve. 
Versailles, Ind. 

Anderson, Ind. 

426 \V. i2th St. 

Hastings, Neb. 

Grand Forks, N. Dak, 

Austin, Tex. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
tOakland City, Ind. 



Topeka, Kas. 



Spokane, Wash. 
621 Rookery Bldg. 
Farmer Bedford, Ind. 

Teacher Bloomington, Ind. 

Professor Zoology, Indiana University 
Director Indiana Biological Station 
Pres. Am. Microscopical Soc. 
Assistant Postmaster Anderson, Ind. 



INDIANA UNIVERSITY 



73 



Zimra Byers McClure 
Charles Newton Peak 

Ph.B. 
Lyman Beecher Sullivan 

LL.B., Univ. of Mich.. 1887 



Charles Ambrose Dugan 
A.B. 

Charles Gibson Gardiner 
Ph.B., Cornell Univ., 1887 
LL.B., Cincinnati Law School, iS 
Henry Teeters Guthridge 
Walter Gresham Hudson 



Lewis Sherman Davis 

A.B.. A.M., Ph.D. 
Frank Denning Foulks 

William Ray Gardiner, Jr. 

Luke Melville Gentle 

M.D. 
Benjamin Franklin Matthews 

A.B. 
*Charles Andrew Rhetts 

A.B. LL.B.. Columbia Univ., 18 

A.M , Harvard, iSgs 



Willis S. Ellis 

John Herman Kimble 
Michael Francis Mahoney 
Harry R. McMullen 
Willard Robertson 

A.B. 
*Edwin"Grant Roselle 



Teacher Marshall, Ind. 

Teacher tPrinceton, Ind. 

Superintendent of Schools, Princeton, Ind. 
Attorney at Law Peru, Ind. 



Class of 1887 

Banker Decatur, Ind. 

Director and Cashier Decatur National Bank, 
Decatur, Ind., Willshire Bank, Willshire, Ohio 
Attorney at Law Washington, Ind. 

Delegate to 15th Grand Chapter 



Attorney at Law 
Banker and Broker 



Class of 1888 



Martinsville, Ind. 
Boston, Mass. 

•^42 Stock E.xchange 
Bldg. 



Teacher Bloomington, Ind. 

.\ssociate Prof, of Chemistry, Ind. Univ. 
Accountant Vincennes, Ind. 

312 Church St. 

Journalist Montclair, N. J. 

114 Clairmont .■\ve. 
Physician Noblesville, Ind. 

Vice-President Hamilton County Medical -Association 
Dairyman Shelbyville, Ky. 



Attorney at Law 
12 Died August 26. i8g8 



Class of 1889 

Attorney at Law 

Pres. .Anderson School Board 
Miller 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 



Died in ij 



Salem, Ind. 



Anderson, Ind. 

33? \V. Fifth St. 
Brookville, Ind. 
Logansport, Ind. 
Aurora, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

1415 North .Alabama St. 
Anderson, Ind. 



Frank Foy Axtell 
A.B. 

Luther Jewett].Hord 
Ph.G , Purdue Univ., 



Alfred Murray Bain 

A. B. 
Isaac Vinton Busby 

A.B. 



1S88 



Class of 1890 

Civil Engineer 

Druggist 

Class of 1891 

Attorney at Law 

Teacher 

Superintendent of City Schools, 
.Alexandria, Ind. 
Attorney at Law 



John Homer Edwards 

A.B., LL.B. 
Lynn Elmer Kepler Attorney at Law 

A.B. 
Henry Gideon Thomas Knopp Teacher 

A.B. Superintendent of Schools 

Harry O. Wise 



St. Louis, Mo. 

FuUerton Building, 
Cor. Pine and 7th .St. 
Ponca, Oklahoma 



Martinsville, Ind. 

433 N. Main St. 
Alexandria, Ind. 

202 E. Garfield St. 

Mitchell, Ind. 
Cambridge City, Ind. 
Benton, Munt. 
Ft. Wayne, Ind. 



74 



LAMBDA CHAPTER 



George Hume Batchelor 

A.B., A.M., Columbia Univ., 1894 

Harry Clark Bruce 

Frank Davis 

Charles Thomas Hanna 

James Hamilton Henry 

A.B. 
Edward E. Levy 

Harry Clay Meloy 

A.B. 
Henry De Witt|McLallen 
Burt New 
Watson Nicholson 

A.B., Stanford Univ. 

A.M., Harvard Univ., 1895 
Channing Leslie Rudy 
Charles Jacob Sembower 

A.B. 
Charles Francis Shoemaker 
Samuel Edwin Sparling 

A.B., Ph.D., University of Wis. ,18 



Harry Oliver Wise 

James Byard Wright 
M.D. 



James Weekly Batman 
George Barth Heylmann 
Ernest Hiram Lindley 

A.B.. A.M., 1894 

Ph.D., Clark Univ.. 1S97 

Rufus Carl Minton 

A.B. 
Austin Retherford 

LL.B. 
David Edward Smith 



*Joseph David Adams 
Harry Allen Axtell 

Arthur Douglas Batchelor 

A.B. S.T.B., Boston Univ., 1S99 
William Ellsworth Clapham 

A.B. .LL.B., 1896 
Harry Evan Coblentz 

A.B.. A.M., Lai<e Forest Univ., 1 
Clay Wand Duncan 
Frank Cummins Duncan 

A.B. 
Joseph William Murphy 

Clarence N. Purdy 
Charles L. Rawles 



Class of 1892 

Attorney at Law 

Chief Deputy Clerk, Supreme 
Court of Indiana 
Railroad Agent 

B. & O. R. R. 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 
Teacher 

Superintendent of Public Schools 
Merchant 

Secretary and Treasurer of El Paso Grocery Co. 
Attorney at Law North Vernon, Ind. 

Banker 
Teacher 



Indianapolis, Ind, 
1117 Park Ave. 

Walkerton, Ind. 

Morocco, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Warsaw, Ind. 

El Paso, Texas 



Columbia City, Ind. 
Vernon, Ind. 
Redlands, Cal. 



Insurance Agent Indianapolis, Ind. 

Teacher Bloomington, Ind. 

Assistant Professorof English, Indiana Univ. 
Merchant Noblesville, Ind, 

Teacher Madison, Wis. 

)6 Assistant Professor of Administra- 505 N. Carroll St. 
tion Univ. of Wis. 
.■\lderman City of Madison 
Sec. League of Wisconsin Municipalities 
Editor The Municipality 
Clerk Chicago, 111. 

40S West 60th St. 
Physician La Veta, Col. 

Class of 1893 

Merchant Bedford, Ind. 

Carriage Manufacturer Noblesville, Ind. 

Teacher Bloomington, Ind. 

Grand Praetor of Fourth Province 
Associate Professor of Psychology, Ind. Univ. 
Grand Annotator i8th Grand Chapter 

Teacher Owensville, Ind. 



Attorney at Law- 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1894 



Anderson, Ind. 

10 East 8th St. 
Decatur, Ind. 

215 Monroe St. 



Fairfield, 111. 
Bloomington, Ind. 



Student 

Died in 1S93 

Attorney at Law ^. — ^ — , . — 

Delegate to nth Grand Chapter 515 N. Washington St. 

Clergyman Evansville, Ind. 

Teacher Bloomington, Ind. 

Associate Professorof Law, Indiana University 

Teacher Milwaukee, Wis. 
J99 647 Mineral St. 

Merchant Bedford, Ind. 

Deputy Postmaster Bloomington, Ind. 



Attorney at Law- 
Soldier 
Traveling Salesman 



Wabash, Ind. 
1203 Hess Bldg. 

Bloomington, Ind. 



INDIANA UNIVERSITY 



75 



Lewis Stutesman 
A.B. 

George Frank Holland 



Lumber Inspector 
Student 



Bellevue Hospital Medical College 



Campbell, Mo. 
Flushing, N. Y. 



Levi Gordon Batman 

A.B , D.D., Union Theol. Sem. 
Walter Bent 
Claude Brant 

A.B. 
Harry W. Dennison 

Edwin Hedrick 

Ernest Otto Holland 

A.B. 
Edward Carleton Tower 

A.B. 
George W. Warmoth 

Robert S. Van Zandt 



Class of 189s 

Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 
Student 



Mansfield, O. 

15H West 4th St. 
Wabash, Ind. 
Bloomington, Ind. 

441 S. Coileg-e Ave. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 



Engineer 

E. P. Allis Co. 

Attorney at Law Peoria, 111. 

.Assistant State's Attorney Court House 

Teacher Louisville, Ky. 

Instructorin Male High School, Louisville, Ky. 

Editor Anderson, Ind. 



Attorney at Law- 
Telegrapher 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

2506 N. Delaware St. 
Bloomington, Ind. 



Robert Clarkson Brooks 
A.B. 

Burke Hill Keeney 
A.B. 



Roderick Sedgewick Munford Teacher 



E. Dorwin Pearson 

M.D., Hahnemann Med. Col 
Carl Edward Wood 



Physician 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1897 

Curtis Atkinson Physician 

A.B.. M.D., Jefferson Medical 
Coll., 1900 
Earl McCauley Bettcher Attorney at Law 

LL.B. 
Harry Richard Gers Teacher 

A.B. 
Walter Linton Jay Attorney at Law 

A.B. LL.B., Univ. of Indianapolis, 
1901 
Fred Innis King Attorney at Law 

.A.B., LL.B., Indiana Law School 
Charles Stevens Maltby Manufacturer 

A.B. 
George William Sorber Attorney at Law 

.\.B., LL.B., Indianapolis Law School 
Daniel Don Van Buskirk, Jr. Banker 

LL.B. 
Clark Wissler Teacher 

A.B, Assistant in Philosophy, 

Ohio State University 



Class of 1896 

Teacher Ithaca, N. Y. 

Instructor in department of Politi- 127 Cascadilla Bldg. 
cal Science, Cornell 
Merchant Middlesborough, Ky. 

Ass't Gen'l M'g'r Bryson Mt. Coal and Coke Co. 
Delegate 22nd Grand Chapter 

Roseville, 111. 
Wabash, Ind. 

Seymour, Ind. 

Cor. Indianapolis Ave. 
and 2nd St. 



tOxford, O. 

South Bend, Ind. 

120 S. Main St. 
Washington, Ind, 

Fairmount, Ind. 



Wabash, Ind. 

Aurora, Ind. 

Elwood, Ind. 

Roann, Ind. 

tCokimbus, O. 
63 E. 5th Ave. 



Ralph Borden Applewhite 
Ira Bordner 

A.B. 
William Joseph DeVol 



Class of 1898 

Banker 
Manager 

Manager of Telephone Company 
Banker 



Brovvnstown, Ind. 
Brookston, Ind. 

Lebanon, Ind. 



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LAMBDA CHAPTER 



William L. Halstead 

A.B. 
George H. Honig 
Claude C. Liebhardt 

Ulysses Homer Nicholson 

A.B. 
Charles Angus Orr 
James P. Porter 

A.B. A.M.,igoi 
Purvis A. Spain 

M.D. 
John Sawin Weaver 

LL.B., Univ. of Indianapolis, 



Journalist 



Terre Haute, Ind. 



Merchant Rockport, Ind. 

Teacher Washington, Ind. 

S03 E. Main St. 
Teacher Perris, Cal. 

Principal Perris Union High School 
Attorney at Law Princeton, Ind. 

Teacher Bloomington, Ind. 

Instructor in Psychology Indiana Univ. 
Physician Hazleton, Ind. 



Attorney at Law 
1899 Deputy Prosecuting Attorney 
igth Judicial District. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
618 Meridian St. 



Thomas Ireland Ahl 
Morton Clark Bradley 
A.B., A.M.. 1900 

Harry Webb Ewing 
Fred Robert Ewing 
Bert Edward Gregory 
Marshall Philip Holland 
Louis Goldberg Heyn 

A.B. 
Frederick Miller Smith 

A.B. 
Romney L. Willson 

A.B. 



John Buchanan 

Josiah Hamilton Castleman 

A.B. 
Justus Collins Castleman 

A.B. 
Edward Wolfe Davis 

Ernest Ward Headington 

Bayard Keeney 
J. Kenneth Kline 
Edward Ernest McMillan 

A.B., Miami Univ. 

William Conner Mitchell 
Horace Pugh 



Frederick Henry Batman 

A.B. 
Charles Patton Clark 

A.B. 
Albert Jacob Felton 

A.B. 
Max Charles Hawley 

A.B. 
Robert Shelby Moore 

A.B. 
Dudley Odell McGovney 

A.B. 
Everard Nolan Whetsel 



Class of 1899 

Bookkeeper Moweaqua, 111. 

Publisher New York, N. Y, 

Treasurer of The Bradley Co., 220 Broadway 

Publishers 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 

Teacher Princeton, Ind. 

Journalist Princeton, Ind. 

Train Dispatcher Bloomington, Ind. 

Merchant Fresno, Cal. 

Student fCincinnati, O. 

Laboratory Assistant in Ohio Medical College 

Journalist fSpringfield, O. 



Court Stenographer 



tindianapolis, Ind. 



Class of 


1900 




Bank Cashier 
Teacher 




Princeton, Ind. 
Chesterton, Ind. 


Teacher 




Chesterton, Ind. 


Student 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Bookkeeper 

With Haynes Milling Co. 
Student 

Attorney at Law 
Teacher 


Rising Sun, Ind. 

Portland, Ind. 

Rising Sun, Ind, 
Scottsburg, Ind. 
Morning bun, 0. 


Student 
Student 




Martinsville, Ind. 
Terre Haute, Ind. 


Class of 


1901 




Student 
Student 




Bloomington, Ind. 

403 W. Kirkwood Ave 
Bloomington, Ind. 


Student 




Markle, Ind. 


Student 




Columbus, Ind. 


Student 




Booneville, Ind. 


Student 




Fortville, Ind. 


Student 




Fortville, Ind. 



INDIANA UNIVERSITY 



77 



Class of IQ02 



Chester Arthur Batchelor 
William Clifford Bridge 
Kent Alfred Cooper 
Fred Bates Johnson 

Bertram Sanders 

Wade Anthon Siebenthal 

Joseph Byron Varney 



Student 
Student 
Journalist 
Student 

Student 

Teacher 

Student 



Vernon, Ind. 
Delphi, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Richmond, Ind. 

223 N. 14th St. 
Connersville, Ind. 

1307 North Ave. 
Bloomington, Ind. 

334 S. Dunn St. 
Auburn, Ind. 



John Gipe 

A. Hale Kenney 

Quincy Earl Milliner 

Theodore Richardson Reed Student 



Class of 1903 

Student 
Student 
Attorney at Law 



Alexandria, Ind. 
Rising Sun, Ind. 
Wabash, Ind. 

128 N. Cass St. 
Rushville, Ind. 



Class of 1904 



Abriam M. Boyd 

Dale John Crittenberger 

Edwin Clare McMullen 
Charles Estep Reed 
George Edward Willis 
Samuel Brown Wylie 



Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



Cambridge City, Ind. 
Anderson, Ind. 

231 West I2th St. 
Aurora, Ind. 
Winchester, Ind. 
Booneville, Ind. 
Bloomington, Ind. 

307 East 2d St. 



WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON 

COLLEGE 

WASHLNGTON, PENNSYLVANIA 

Washington College was Chartered in 1806 

First Class Graduated in 180S 

Jefferson College, at Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, was Chartered 

IN 1802 

First Class Graduated in 1802 
The Two Colleges were United in 1865 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGIATE PREPARATORY 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $300,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 50,000.00 

Value of productive funds . . . _ . 270,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899- 1900 .... 25,000.00 
Tuition in college department ------ 16.00 

Number of volumes in library ..... i6,ooo 

Number of professors and instructors in all departments - - 20 

Number of students in college department - - 267 

Number of students in all departments - - . . ^71 
Women are not admitted. 

ORIGINAL NU 

Founded in 1859. Became inactive in 1863 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, 1842; Phi Gamma Delta, 1848; Phi Kappa Psi, 1852; Phi Kappa 
Sigma, 1854; Delta Kappa Epsilun (inactive), 1S58-65; Delta L'''psilon (inactive), 
1858-70; Delta Tau Delta, 1861; Theta Delta Chi (inactive), 1858-72; Phi Delta Theta, 
1875; Alpha Tau Omega (inactive), 1882-82. 



79 



ORIGINAL NU CHAPTER 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE 



John McClusky Blayney 

A.B., A.M. D.D., Union Univer- 
sity, Schnectady, N. Y. 
*Samuel M. Henderson 

A.B.. A.M., 1863 
Edward Payson Lewis 

A.B.,A.M. 
John Calvin Meloy 

A.B., A.M. D.D.. Washington 
and Jefferson College 
*Henry H. White 

A.B., A.M. 
David C. Wilson 

A.B., A.M. D.D., Grove City, 



♦Robert Burnette Leason 

*Hugh H. Hays 

A.B. 
Robert Thompson Price 

A.B., A.M. D.D., Scio College. 
1898 
*George Washington Riggle 

A.B., A.M., 1864 



Class of i860 

Clergyman Frankfort, Ky. 

Chairman Board of Trustees, Centre College, Ky. 



Clergyman 

Died April. 2, i 
Clergyman 



Wilkinsburg, Pa, 



St. Paul, Minn. 

1763 Princeton Ave, 
Clergyman West Newton, Pa. 

Prof. Greek and Mathematics in W. Newton Academy 



Clergyman 

Died in 1870 
Clergyman 
Pa. 

Class of 1861 

Student 

Died in 1S60 
Student 

Died in 1863 
Clergyman 

Delegate to 3d Grand Chapter 

Clergyman 

Died March 20, i8gi 



Sydney, la. 
Tarkio, Mo. 

Washington, Pa. 
Allegheny City, Pa. 
Scio, O. 

Socorro, N. Mex. 



Thomas Rea Johnson 

A. B. 
*James J. Jones 

A.B., A.M., i8;5 
William C. A. Kerr 

A.B., A.M. 
John S. Lutz 

A.B., A.M. 
Cornelius William Wycoff 

A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1862 

Clergyman 

Township Treas. of Schools 
Clergyman 

Died January 25, 1S75 
Clergyman 

Clergyman 

Clergyman 



Class of 1863 

Simeon Theodore Jackman Farmer 
William George Lemon Totten Attorney at Law 
*Lewis Watkins Soldier 

Killed in battle, 1861 



Edgington, 111. 

Denver, Col. 

tDecatur, 111. 

Buffalo Prairie, 111. 

Carnegie, Pa. 
R. F. D. 



Speers, Pa. 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 
Brownsville, Pa. 



George W. Davis 

James Monroe Dalzell 

LL.B., Columbian Law College, 

186S 



Class of 1864 

Merchant 

Attorney at Law 

Clerk in the War Department, 
Washington, D.C. 

80 



■[Washington, Pa. 

West Cherry St. 
Washington, D.C. 
Pennsylvania Ave. 



WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COLLEGE 



8i 



*John Townshend Daniel Teacher 

A.M., 1S70 Died in July, 1900 

Samuel Carrick Kerr Clergyman 

A.B., A.M.,iS7o 
♦Alexander Sweeny McElree Physician 

A.B., A.M., 1867. M.D., Univ. of Pa. Died June 5, 1S90 
John Christian Spielman Weills Clergyman 

A.B.. A.M., 1867 
William Melanchton Luther 

Weills Physician 

M.D., Long Island College Hospital, 1870 



Allegheny City, Pa. 
Emporia, Kas. 

q2j Walnut St. 
Washington, Pa. 

Norfolk, Neb. 



Harrisburg, Pa. 

1802 N. 4th St. 



♦William Buchanan Watson 
A.B., A.M, 1868 



Class of 1865 

Clergyman 
Died in 1874 



Pontiac, 111. 



William A. Scott 
William J. Roberts 



Class of 1866 

Druggist 



tWashington, Pa. 
fWaynesburg, Pa. 



George O. Jones 
B.S. 



Class of 1869 

Attorney at Law 



Washington, Pa. 



DE PAUW UNIVERSITY 

GREENCASTLE, INDIANA 

Founded in 1837 Chartered in 1837 

First Class Graduated in 1840 

Name Changed from Indiana Asburv to De Pauw in 1884 

A Denominational Institution (Methodist Episcopal) 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS, PREPARATORY SCHOOL; SCHOOL OF MUSIC; 
SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $250,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus ... - 20,000.00 

Amount of endowment ------ 350,000.00 

Value of productive funds ------ 230,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899- 1900 - - - 27,000.00 

Tuition in College Department ----- 45.00 

Number of volumes in library ..... 19,000 

Number of professors and instructors . - . - 22 

Number of students in attendance ----- 580 

Women are admitted and constitute about 30 per cent, of the attendance. 

XI CHAPTER 

Founded June i, 1859 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, 1845; Phi Gamma Delta, 1856; Phi Kappa Psi, 1865; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon, 1866; Phi Delta Theta, 1868; Delta Tau Delta, 1871; Delta Upsilon,"i887; 
Sigma Nu, 1890; Kappa Alpha Theta, 1870; Pi Beta Phi (inactive), 1870-79; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, 1875; Alpha Phi, 1888; Alpha Chi Omega, 1885; Delta Chi (inactive), 
1892-94; Phi Mu Epsilon. 



XI CHAPTER 



DE PAUW UNIVERSITY 



William Green Burnett 

A.B., A.M. 
William Sunderland Marshall 

A.B., A.M. 
*John Wallace Perry 

A.B., A.M. 
Lewis Lowens Rogers 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Illinois.Wes- 
leyan Univ., 1875 



♦Flavius Josephus Bellamy 

B.S. 
Jefferson Emory Brant 

A.M., B.S. 
Samuel Fisher 

M.D., Medical Coll. of Ohio, 1857 
*Patrick O'Bannon Hawes 

A.B., A.M. 
♦Gideon Sayers 

M.D. 
Delano E. Williamson 



Class of 1859 

Merchant 

Teacher 

Manufacturer 

Died September 21, 1887 
Manager 

Class of i860 

Attorney at Law 

Died November 4, 1874 

Clergyman 

Pres. Good Citizens'League 

Physician 

Attorney at Law 

Date of death unknown 

Physician 

Date of death unknown 

Attorney at Law 



Anderson, Ind. 
Pomona, Cal. 
Chariton, la. 
tNashville, Tenn. 



Vevay, Ind. 

Bloomington, Ind. 
441 College Ave. 
fGreencastle, Ind. 

Omaha, Neb. 

Manchester, Ind. 

Greencastle, Ind. 



Richard Sedgwick Druley 

B.S. 
♦Walter Chester Lyman 

Hugh Dunn McMullen 

♦Edwin George McCollum 
B.S. 



Class of 1861 
Teacher 



fDallas, Tex. 



Elocutionist Chicago, 111. 

Date of death unknown 79 Wilson St. 

Attorney at Law Aurora, Ind. 

Attorney for B. & O. S. W. R. R. Co. 
Attorney at Law Mishawaka, Ind. 

Died May 28. 1884 



*William Allen 
George F. Ballingal 

♦John R. S. Cox 



Class of 1862 

Attorney at Law 

Date of death unknown 
Attorney at Law 



Attorney at Law 
Died May, 1S65 

Samuel Godfrey Clergyman 

A.B., A.M., LL.D.. 1861; D.D., 1871 
Milton Shotwell Hitt Merchant 

William Mathias Lee 
♦Leonard Wood McCord 

B.S., Indiana Univ., 1862 
John A. Miller 

B.S. 



Farmer 
Attorney at Law 

Died January 12, 1S68 

Attorney at Law 



Greenville, O. 

Kansas City, Mo. 
942-4 New York Life 
Bldg. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

LaFayette, Ind. 

tClay Center, Kas. 
Terre Haute, Ind. 
Westville, Ind. 

Madison, Ind. 



84 



DE PAUW UNIVERSITY 



85 



♦Goldsberry S. Madley 
*J. E. McDonough 
♦William Henry Riley 



Merchant 

Died April 9, 1881 
Actor 

Date of death unknown 
Manager 

Died 1SS6 



Muncie, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



William Gurley Beatty 
Obadiah B. Hayden 

*Caleb Bannister Howe 

Richard Kidd Miller 
William M. Thomas 



Class of 1863 

Banker 
Postmaster 

Soldier 

Died March 23, 1863 
Merchant 
Farmer 



Cardington, O. 
Tacoma, Wash. 

624 N. C St. 
Beechymire, Ind. 

Des Moines, la. 
Giltner, Neb. 



Jtiseph F. Long 
*Jasper Nebeker 

*F. A. Stephenson 

*J()hn D. Thayer 



Class of 1864 

Journalist 
Soldier 

Died November 26, 1861 

Date of death unknown 
Merchant 

Date of death unknown 



flndianapolis, Ind. 
Clinton, Ind. 

Pulaski, Ind. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



*David McCall Dobson 



Lcander Mead Christ 

B.S. 
Alaric Skinner Embree 

A.M., Baker Univ. 
Ralph Shaw Gregory 

*W. T. Hemenway 

Heber Ingle 
William J. LaRue 
Albert Scott Mitchell 
Daniel Moore Ransdell 

William Andrew Wilkins 
A.B.. A.M. 



Class of 1866 

Druggist Spencer, Ind, 

Died August 25, 1S65 

Class of 1867 



Journalist 

Editor " The Twentieth Century' 
Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 

Date of death unknown 
Merchant 

Merchant 
Broker 

Sergeant-at-.\rnis, U. S. Senate 
Journalist 

Sec. of State Fee and 
Salary Com. 



Thornton, Ind. 

Nortonsville, Kas. 

Muncie, Ind. 

314 E. Washington St. 
Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Evansville, Ind. 
Burlington, Kas. 
Martinsville, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
1727 Park Ave. 



Class of 1868 

*Bourbon Reese Graham Physician 

A.B.. A.M., M.D., Univ. of Louis- Died Julv 3, 1899 
ville, 1S69 

Levi Mitchell Hanna Physician 

A.B., A.M. 
*Thomas Hanna 

A.B.. A.M.- 
Dudley Breed Miller 

B.S. Univ. of Cincinnati. iSg6 
Clark Councilman Mclntire 

B.S. 
Wilson Shannon Swengel 

A.B., A.M. 



Peru, Ind. 

Greencastle, Ind. 

24 E. Washington St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Attorney at Law 

Died April 13. 1901 
Manager Ottumwa, la. 

Dist. Manager N. W. Mutual Life Ins. Co. 
Attorney at Law Ottumwa, la. 

917 N. Court St. 
Attorney at Law Columbus, Ind. 

City .Attorney for Columbus, Ind. 



86 



XI CHAPTER 



Class of 1869 

♦John Quincy Adams Agent 

Died November 5, 1892 
*Clandor Graham De Bruler Journalist 

Died in 18S6 
Jesse Hanna Physician 

A.B.. A.M.. M.D., Cincinnati Med. Coll., 1S72 
Silas Elwood Hunt 
Moses Glenn McLain 
B.S. 



Pratt, Kas. 
Evansville, Ind. 
Linton, Ind. 



John Carpus Mason 

M.D., Med. Coll.of Ohio, ig 
♦Samuel Calita Preston 



Attorney at Law Rockville, Ind. 

Attorney at Law Indianapolis, Ind. 

Delegate to 7th and gth Grand Denison Hotel 

Chapter^ Grand Consul 1872-74 
Physician Prairieton, Ind. 



Physician 

Date of death unknown 



Terre Haute, Ind, 



James Jay Allen 
Robert M. CuUison 

M.E. 
♦Benjamin Davis 

M.D. 
Caleb Stone Denny 

Millard Fillmore Hampton 
John Walker Hays 

B.S., M.S., 1873 
Patrick Henry Lee 
♦Americus Hyatt Rizer 

Henry C. Stout 

A.M., Union Coll.. N. Y. 
William Wesley Wilson 
A.B., A.M. 



William Thomas Art 
♦Martin Andrew Barnett 

A.B., A.M. 
Thomas Jackson Brant 
William Riley Halstead 

B.S., A.M., b.D. 
Albert Browning Hussong 

A.B., A.M. 
Quincy Adams Smith 

A.B., A.M. 



William Wallace Curry 

A.M.. Lombard Univ., Galesburg 

Benjamin Thomas Fisher 

M.D., Medical Coll. of Ind., 1S79 

Robert Fulton 

Silas Alfred Havs 
A.B., A.M. 

♦Abner Luther Herod 

John Milton Olcott 
B..S.,i8s6; A.M., 1S69 



Class of 1870 



Clergyman 

Physician 

Date of death unknown 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 9th Grand Chapter 



Real Estate and Insurance 

Capitalist 
Clergyman 

Died February 20, 1S69 



Clergyman 



■fChariton, Ind. 
Altuna, Kas. 

Carlisle, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
1321 N. Pennsylvania 
St. 
Catlettsburg, Ky, 
Des Moines, la. 
526-528 Good Block 
fTerre Haute, Ind. 
Hillsboro, O. 

tChicago, 111. 

|Hortonsville, Wis. 



Class of 1871 

Real Estate 
Journalist 

Died June 5, 1S90 
Banker 
Clergyman 

Delegate to 8th Grand Chapter 
Merchant and Manufacturer 

Merchant 



Class of 1872 

Claim Agent 
, III. 
Physician 

Treasurer of Owen County 
Farmer 
Attorney at Law 

Student 

Died June 3, 1870 
Manufacturer 

Manufacturer of School Supplies 



Arkansas City, Kas. 
Madison, Ind. 

Utica, Neb. 
Frankfort, Ind. 
309 S. Main St. 
Hutsonville, 111. 

LaFayette, Ind. 



Washington, D. C. 

937 P bt. 
Spencer, Ind. 

■fTaylorsville, 111. 
Greencastle, Ind. 

Fillmore, Ind. 

Chicago, 111. 
167-9 Fifth Ave. 



DE PAUW UNIVERSITY 



87 



Class of 1873 

Attorney at Law- 



Physician 

Farmer 
Accountant 

Died September 10, 18 

Farmer 

Attorney at Law- 
Attorney at^Law 



Levi Allen Barnett 

A.B., A.M. 
William Harrison Davis 

M.D., Univ. of Louisville, 18S2 
Lee E. Glazebrook 
*James Henry Hedges 

B.S.. M.S. 
James William Kirkwood 
Frederick Lee 
Newton Marshall Taylor 

B.S., M.S.. LL.B., Ind. Univ., 1875 
John William Tomlinson 

A.B., A.M. 
*William Montgomery Winings Student 

Died May 27, 1870 
Andrew Alexander Whitsitt Attorney at Law 

B.S., M.S. 

Class of 1874 

Oscar Walter Ayer Farmer 

B.S. 
William Nelson Hall Clergyman 

A.B., A.M., B.D., Garrett Biblical Inst.. iSSo 
*Andrew Benson McClain Citv Clerk 

B.S. bied January 25, 1876 

John Collins McClain Merchant 

Wholesale Lumber 
Lorenzo Dow McCalin Law Clerk 

B.S. Law Clerk in Pension Office 



Danville, Ind. 

New Middletown, Ind. 

Rensselaer, Ind. 
Denver, Col. 

tGreenville, Ind. 
Terra Haute, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

25 Central Trust Bldg. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

7 East Market St. 
Sabine, Ind. 

Harrisonville, Mo. 



Staunton, Ind. 
■fMarengo, la. 
Greencastle, Ind. 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

240 S. 3d East St. 
Washington, D. C. 
Pension Office 



John Thomas Barnett 

William Alvin Greer 

B.S. 
James Austin Ingram 

B.S. 
Isaac Harvey Kalley 
Harry Ringold King 

Harrison Kohler 
*Judson Kilpatrick 

Noble Duncan Morris 

A.B. 
John Jay Taylor 

M.D., Medico-Chirurgical Coll. 



Class of 1875 

Manufacturing Chemist 
Attorney at Law- 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
Freight Agent 

Freight Agent with Southern R. 
Teacher 
Soldier 

Died December 4, 1S81 
Real Estate and Insurance 

Physician 

Editor of Medical Council 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

2001 N. Delaware St. 
tAurora, Ind. 

Jeffersonville, Ind. 

Sullivan, Ind. 
New Albany, Ind. 

Frankfort, Ind. 
New Jersey 

New Albany, Ind. 

614 East Sth St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
3709 Brow^n St. 



James Wesley Carver 

A.B., A.M., LL.B., Simpson 

Austin Flint Denny 

A.B., Butler Univ., 1862, LL 

Bayard Sylvan Gray 

B.S., LL.B., Lake Forest Uni 

*David Everard McClain 

John Stafford McMillin 

A.B., A.M. 
William Barnes McMillin 

B.D., Garrett Biblical Inst., 
*James Henry Smart 

A.M., Dartmouth Coll. 

LL.D.. Ind. Univ. 1883 
Charles Elliot White 

A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1876 

Farmer and Clergyman 
Centenary Coll. 

Attorney at Law 
B., Harvard Univ., 1868 

Journalist 
v. ,1891 Editor of " Crescent" 
Student 

Died August, 1872 
Manufacturer 

Grand Consul, 1S82-S4 
Clergyman 
1885 Conference Evangelist 

Teacher 

Died February 23, igoo 

Clergyman 



Morton, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

23 N. Pennsylvania St. 
Frankfort, Ind. 

Greencastle, Ind. 

Roche Harbor,' Wash. 

Whatcom, Wash. 

LaFayette, Ind. 



Ft. Wayne, Ind. 
104 Cass St. 



88 



XI CHAPTER 



James Calvin Barker 

A.B. 
Benjamin Franklin Brooks 
George Webster Corwin 

A.M. 
Silas Tevis Richman 

A.B., M.D.. Ind. Med. Coll., 1883 
William Lemon Wharton 

A.B., A.M., M.D., Ind. Med. Coll 



Class of 1877 

Clergyman 

Clergyman 
Manufacturer 

Wrought Iron Range Co. 
Physician 

Physician 



Chandler, Oklahoma 

fSnohomish, Wash. 
St. Louis, Mo. 

5572 Clemens Ave. 
Chicago, 111. 

57og Wentworth Ave. 
■fNewCumberland.Ind. 



Class of 1878 

Charles Samuel Baker Attorney at Law 

B.S., LL.B., Central Law School, iSSi 
Thomas G. Berharrell Clergyman 

A.M. 
James William Harris Clergyman 

A.B., A.M. 
John Willard McQueen Farmer 

*Charles Sumner McClain Teacher 

Died January 11, 18 



Columbus, Ind. 

New Albany, Ind. 

Berharrell Ave. 
fMichigan City, Ind. 

Clifford, Ind. 
Annapolis, Md. 



John Franklin Carson 

A.B., A.M. 
Benjamin Franklin Corwin 

A.B.. A.M. 
*William Carlos Fellows 

Augustus Lynch Mason 

A.B., A.M. 
John Franklin Simison 



A.B., A.M., M.D., Rush Med. Coll.. 1881 



Class of 1879 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 12th Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 



Died December 19, 1877 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 12th Grand Chapter 
Physician 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

1703N. Pennsylvania St. 
Greencastle, Ind. 

Worthington, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. , 

1006 N. Delaware St. 
Romney, Ind. 



Hiram Washington Collier 
*John R. Coffroth 

Charles Fremont Darnall 

M.D., Rush Med. Coll., 1882 
Charles Albert Fisher 
Edward Leander Mick 
Ph.B. 

Charles Edward Newhouse 

Finley DeVille Newhouse 
Eldorado Sample 
Martin Stiles 

M.D., Bennett Med. Coll., 188 



Frank Gillespie Browne 

A.B., A.M. 
Nathaniel Parrish Conrey 

A.B., A.M. 

Oscar John Craig 

A.B., A.M.. Ph.D. 

John Franklin George 

A.B., A.M. 
Hiram Bruce Glassco 



Class of 1880 



Attorney at Law 

Died July 21, 1S95 
Physician 

Real Estate and Insurance 
Real Estate 

Delegate to 12th and 17th Grand 
Chapters 

Real Estate and Insurance 

Clergyman 
Attorney at Law 
Physician 

Class of 1881 



tTuscola, 111. 
LaFayette, Ind. 

Llano, Tex. 

Aberdeen, S. Dak. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

iS4oN.PennsylvaniaSt. 

Wabash, Ind. 

iS4 W. Hill St. 
Blue Earth City.Minn. 
Medicine Lodge, Kas. 
Weston, Ore. 



Editor fCincinnati, O. 

Assistant Editor, Western Christian Advocate 
Attorney at Law Los Angeles, Cal. 

Delegate to 12th Grand Chapter 

Judge Superior Court 
Teacher Missoula, Mont. 

President of University of Montana 
Attorney at Law St. Paul, Minn. 

Delegate to 13th Grand Chapter New York Life Bldg. 

Journalist Charleston, 111. 



DE PAUW UNIVERSITY 



89 



Alfred Dickson Hurst 
Charles M. Louder 

M.D.. Ind. Medical Coll., 18 
Joseph McCrary 
Charles W. Mitchner 

Edgar Morris Pettit 
Francis Percy Weadon 

Dwight W. Williamson 



Manufacturer 
Physician 



Frankton, Ind. 
|Harrodsburg, Ind. 



Clerk fKansas City, Mo. 

Stock Dealer Newton, Kas. 

131 West Sth St. 

Druggist Hicksville, O. 

Theatrical Manager Minneapolis, Minn. 

With the Bostonian Opera Company 
Manufacturer Baltimore, Md. 

Secretary and Treasurer, William- E. Baltimore &8th Sts. 

son Veneer Co. 



James Arnold 
Thomos Arnold 

Ph.B. 

William Theodore Burkham 
William Henry Charles 

.\.B. 
Colfax Everett Earl 

Charles Henry Enderton 
A.B., A.M. 

Harry Lincoln Gordon 
Ph.B., A.M. 

Frank B. King 

M.D., Medical College of Ohio, 
Charles Eddy Line 
Edmond Hez Swem 



Willard William Clayton 
Robert James Greene 

A.B., A.M. 
Charles Hoadley Larsh 

William W. Olcott 
Edward Everett Powell 
John Foster Reynolds 
Oliver Bond Snider 

William H. Stead 
Edward P^rank White 

Ph.B. 
Francis Barbour Wynn 

A.B.. M.D., Medical College 
Ohio, 18S5 



Class of 1882 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Journalist 
Attorney at Law 



Real Estate 

Attorney at Law 

President of Board of Supervisors 
of Cincinnati, O. 
Physician 
18H3. 
Clergyman 
Clergyman 

Class of 1883 



NorthManchester.Ind. 
NorthManchester.Ind. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Marion, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

4 Sliaub Flats 
Winnipeg, Manitoba, 

Canada 
Bank of Hamilton Bldg. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Lenox Place, A vondale 

tBenton Harbor,Mich. 

179 Pipestone St. 
tirvington, Ind. 
Washington, D.C. 

738 Fourth St. 



Real Estate Duluth, Minn. 

Attorney at Law Lincoln, Neb. 

210 S. nth St. 
Hotel Osawatomie, Kas. 

Delegate to 12th and 15th Grand Chapters. 
Clerk tlndianapolis, Ind. 

Miller Madison, Ind. 

Banker Buchanan, Mich. 

Attorney at Law Toledo, O. 

Member of firm of Waite & Snider 218 Gardner Bldg:. 
Attorney at Law Ottawa, 111. 

Farmer Quincy, Ind. 

Physician Indianapolis, Ind. 

of Professor of Pathological .\natomy, 18 E.Ohio St. 
Medical College of Ind. 



*Elmer Ellsworth Berst 

Thomas Gavin Chambers 

A.B. 
Horace Lincoln Combs 
Joseph Crittenden Condo 
Charles Summer Ferris 

A.B. 
Samuel Allen Fisher 
Lloyd Hopkins 



Class of 1884 

Student 

Died April, 18S3 

Attorney at Law 

Merchant 
Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Druggist 
Journalist 



Editor of North Manchester Journal. 



Leesburg, Ind. 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 

South Whitley, Ind. 
Alexandria, Ind. 
"fTerre Haute, Ind. 

tGreencastle, Ind. 
NorthManchester,Ind. 



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Addison Irving Hunter 



♦Elbert William McMahon 

A.B. 
John Francis Powell 

A.B. 
*Joseph W. Shackelford 



Manufacturer 

Secretary and Treasurer, Red 
River Valley Brick Co. 
Teacher 

Died January 4, i8S8 
Attorney at Law 

Journalist 

Died October lo, 1893 



Grand Forks, N. Dak. 
319 N. Third St. 

Greencastle, Ind. 

tXenia, O. 

Beloit, Kas, 



Samuel Herbert Collins 
William Hamlin Curtiss 

M.D.. Indiana Medical College 
*Samuel Forsythe 

B.S., LL.B., Cincinnati Law 
School, 1SS7 
Charles Fremont Hiatt 
Charles Ferris Miller 
Charles Milton McMahon 

A.B., A.M. 
Harry Lincoln Sayler 

Ph.B. 

Milton Robins Senour 
Charles Crittendon Warner 
*William Elias Wright 
A.B. 



Class of 1885 

Manufacturer 
Physician 
1S85 
Attorney at Law 

Date of death unknown 

Farmer 

Attorney at Law 
Teacher 

Journalist 

Delegate to 14th and 15th 
Chapters 
Miller 

Attorney at Law 
Accountant 

Died April 29, 1883 



Chicago, 111. 
Peking, China 

Cincinnati, O. 

tSugar Grove, Ind. 
tPratt, Kas. 
Dublin, Ind. 

Chicago, 111. 
Grand 7134 Euclid Ave. 

Shelbyville, Ind. 
tMinneapolis, Minn. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 



Paul Barcus 

M.D., Medical College of Ohio, li 
*Frank Everett Miller 

Charles Kirpatrick 
Ph.B. 

Hosford Edwin Valentine 



Class of 1886 

Physician Crawfordsville, Ind. 

I87 109 S._ Green St. 

Bainbridge, Ind. 
Died April 18, 1SS5 
Cashier New Richmond, Ind. 

Cashier of the "Corn Exchange Bank." 
Delegate to i6th and 17th Grand Chapters 
Attorney at Law Centerville, Iowa 

Member of tirm of Vermilion & Valentine 



George Montgomery Boyd 
Oliver Howard Carson 

A.M. 
William R. Coffroth, 

Thomas Edward Davison 
Howard Milton Gordon 

Ph.B., A.M.,iS9i 
Arthur Everett Larsh 

Ph.B. 
Thomas Ewing Smiley 

A.B., A.M., 1890 



John Columbus King 
*Isaac Powers 
*Joseph Dumont Shipp 

Charles Ernest Sturgis 

Ph.B., LL.B., A.M. 
Charles William Vermilion 

LL.B., University of Michigan, 



Class of 1887 

Real Estate tWichita, Kas. 

Attorney at Law Indianapolis, Ind. 

1034-6 Stevenson BIdg. 
Attorney at Law La Fayette, Ind. 

Grand Praetor Fourth Province, 1899 
Attorney at Law Greensburg, Ind. 

Attorney at Law Metamora, Ind. 

Grand Praetor of Fourth Province. 1888 
Accountant Indianapolis, Ind. 

2238 Talbott Ave. 
Journalist and Author Indianapolis, Ind. 

With the Indianapolis Sentinel 628 E. St. Clair St. 

Harrisburg, la. 

Youngston, O. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Bluffton, Ind. 

Centerville, la. 

Cor. 14th St. and Oak 
Ave. 



Class of 1888 

Teacher 

Superintendent of Schools 
Machinist 

Died December 3, 1892 
Student 

Died December 17, 1886 
Attorney at Law 

City Attorney of Blutfton, Ind. 
Attorney at Law 

Member of firm of Vermilion & 
Valentine 



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Charles Fisher Cooper 

Albert Addison Daggy 
Oliver Keely 
*Ralph Overstreet 

Orsa Fred Overstreet 



♦James Lee Bowman 

*\Vilbur Barnes Ferguson 

William Cleveland Henning 
Harry Reuben McMullen 

LL.B. 
Edgar Roy Stephens 
*Judge Herman Trembly 



Class of 1889 

Manufacturer 

Merchant 

Clerk 

Student 

Died November 22, 1SS7 
Dentist 

Class of 1890 

Died in 1892 

Diedjn March, 1S92 
Journalist 
Attorney at Law 

Pros, and City Attorney 
Merchant 

Died November 14, 1886 



Kenosha, Wis. 

923 Prairie .\ve. 
Greencastle, Ind. 
tindianapolis, Ind. 
Greencastle, Ind. 

Greencastle, Ind. 
511 E. Seminary St. 



St. Louis, Mo. 

Perryville, Ind. 

tCannelton, Ind. 
Aurora, Ind. 

Newport, Ind. 
Cambridge City, Ind. 



Ernest Keagy Drees 

John Higgins Harrison 
Julian DePew Hogate 
George Christopher Higgins 
Charles Hamilton Johnston 



James Alex Patterson 
Clarence Stuart Pierce 



Class of 1891 

Clerk St. Louis, Mo. 

Clerk in Accounting Department, 1321 Temple Place 
Missouri Pacific R. R. 
Journalist Danville, 111. 

Delegate to 16th and 17th Grand Chapters 
Journalist Danville, Ind. 

Delegate to 17th and 19th Grand Chapters 
County Treasurer Missoula, Mont. 

108 Main St. 
Physician Chesterton, Ind. 

United States Examining Surgeon 

Health Olhcer 

tCharlottsville, Ind. 
Merchant Union City, Ind. 

Mayor of Union City 211 South Columbia St. 



James William Arbuckle 

Ph.B. 
Louie Estel Bennett 
Milton Adolphus Haddon 

Frank Hendrick 

Cassius Warwick McMullen 



B.S., LL.D., Cincinnati Law School, 1899 



Class of 1892 

Manufacturer Homer, Ind. 

Manufacturer of Brick and Building Block 
Druggist Greenville, 111. 

Merchant Sullivan, Ind. 

Member of firm of Haddon & Riggs 

Carthage, Mo. 
Attorney at Law Aurora, Ind. 



Clinton T. Prescott 

LL.B. 
George Marquis Spurlock 

Frederick A. Thomas 
A.B. 



Freight Agent 

Attorney at Law 

Judge of County and Probate 
Court 
Teacher 



tLampasas, Kas. 

Plattsmouth, Neb. 
Cor. 9th and Elm Sts. 

Danville, Ind. 



Class of 1893 

Attorney at Law 



John James Logan Angleton 

LL.B. 
George Chambers Calvert 

Ph.B., A.M., 1894, LL.B., Indiana 
Law School, 1896 
Frederick Parker Davis Journalist 



Journalist 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 



Oklahoma City, Okla. 

205 Frisco St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

University Club 

IMaryville, Mo. 



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*Clarence O. Gregory 
Hugh H. Hadley 

Caleb Newell Lodge 

LL.B. 
Horace Greeley Ogden 

A.B. 
Charles Daniel Orear 

LL.B.. Univ. of Mich., 1894 
Homer F. Pinnell 

Harry C. Weston 



Died in August, 1S92 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 

Delegate to Sth Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 

Teacher 

Principal of High School 
Clergyman 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

Chicago, 111. 

13S Washington St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

S2g N. Pennsylvania St. 
Attica, Ind. 

Lebanon, Ind. 

tBeaumont, Cal. 

Francisville, Ind. 



Llewellyn Chadwick 



Class of 1894 

Electrician 



Frederick Augustus Likely Journalist 

.■\.B., LL.B., Ind. Law School, 1S96 
Elmer D. Mason Reporter 

Bradstreet's Review 
Hoyt N. McClain Attorney at Law 

Ph.B. _ State Law Librarian 

Lee Dowling Mathias Attorney at Law 

Ph.B. 
James Matlock Ogden Attorney at Law 

Ph^B., LL.B., Harvard Law School, Member of firm of Ogden & 



1899 
Henry B. Fatten 

Fred O. Ritter 

B.L.. Ind. Law School, 1895 
David Ader Sherfey 

B.C.E. 
William L. Shank 
Charles Leon Smith 
Charles Oren Willits 



Clarence De Motte Case 



Frederick Henry Church 

Ph.B. 
Joseph N. Greene 

-A.B. 
Fletcher A. Payne 

LL.B.. University of Michigan, 1 

*Herman C. Payne 

Benjamin Vance Prather 

John Guy Wynn 

B.M., E.E.. 1900 

Charles DeWitt 



Hayes 
Clerk 

With Parry Mfg. Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Civil Engineer 

City Civil Engineer 



Attorney at Law 



Class of 1895 

Editor 

Secy. Fountain County Republi- 
can Committee 
Manager 

Long-Bell Lumber Co. 
Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 



Warren, O. 

201 Eini St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

1627 Ingram St. 
Anderson, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

1406 N. Alabama St. 
Chicago, 111. 

3844 EllisAve. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

932 Stevenson Bldg. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Indiana Trust Bldg. 
Brazil, Ind. 

tParis, 111. 
tMaryville, Mo. 
Kokomo, Ind. 

Howard National Bank 
Bldg. 



Died October 12, 1S92 
Capitalist 

Electrical Engineer 

Secy, of Jenny Manufacturing Co 



Attica, Ind. 
422 E. Main St. 

Hennesy, O. T. 

Williamsport, Ind. 

Wabash, Ind. 

loi^ Miami St. 
Wabash, Ind. 

Maryville, Mo. 

215 W. Second St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

St. Joseph, Mich, 



Walter G. Hadley 
Don Kockran 
Paul L. Pied 
Wilbur Fisk Starr 
Charles W. Von Weise 



Class of 1896 
Stock Breeder 

Merchant 
Actor 



Danville, Ind. 
fCarmel, 111. 
Sullivan, Ind. 
Greencastle, Ind. 
Greenville, 111. 



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93 



Jacob Moore Blake 

LL.B.. Univ. of Mich., 1S9S 
Walter Richard Ballard 
Fred Cunningham 
Howard Arton Homan 
John D. Krewel 

A.B. 
Addison Sherman Magaw 

Noble Giotto Rogers 

Ph.B. 
George Willard Sorber 



A.B. LL.B. Indianapolis Law School, 1S98. 



Class of 1897 
Attorney at Law 

Civil Engineer 

Manufacturer 

Clergyman 

Assistant Superintendent 

Assistant Tank Line Superinten 
ent for Standard Oil Co. 

Journalist 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 

Attorney at Law 



Spokane, Wash. 

2615 Maxwell .Ave. 
tWhittier, Col. 
Martinsville, Ind. 
tMichigan City, Ind. 
Wingate, Ind. 

Cincinnati, O. 

d- g65 E. McMillin St. 

Trenton, Mo. 
9 College .'\ve. 

Gladstone, N. D. 



Levi Amasa Beem 

Ph.B. 
Karl S. Daugherty 
*George Earl Grubbs 

Arthur. John Hamrick 



Class of 1898 
Banker 

Clerk 
Student 

Died January 31, 1897 
Journalist 

Editor of Greencastle Democrat 



Edward Hanmer Jamieson Teacher 
Franklin Vandergrift Thomas Civil Engineer 



Spencer, Ind. 

Wabash, Ind. 
Martinsville, Ind. 

Greencastle, Ind. 

Kendallville, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Claudius Le Roy Boyd 

Ph B. 
Justus Collins Castleman 

Ph.B.. Ind. Univ., 1900 
Josiah Hamilton Castleman 

Ph.B., Ind. Univ. igoo 
Edgar Gilbert Collms 

Roy Charles Haynes 

Ph.B. 

Henry Higgins Lane 

Clarence W. Strong 
William Stair Walters 



Class of 1899 

Physician 

Teacher 

Teacher 



Merchant 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Teacher 

Principal of High School 
Accountant 
Dentist 



D.D.S. Chicago Coll. Dental Surgery 



Elvin H. Carter 
Fred H. Cole 
Edward Letts Morgan 
Arthur Oscar Peterson 
Peter E. Studebaker, Jr. 



Class of 1900 



Teacher 

Merchant 

Manager 

Accountant 

Salesman 



Vincennes, Ind. 
Chesterton, Ind. 
Chesterton, Ind. 

LaFayette, Ind. 

63s Columbia St. 
Anderson, Ind. 

Lebanon, Ind. 

tChicago, 111. 
West LaFayette, Ind. 
Powers Block. 



Plainfield, Ind. 
Woodville, Ind. 
Chesterton, Ind. 
Chesterton, Ind. 
South Bend, Ind. 



Edward Ross Call 
Thomas Gavin Chambers 

George Torrey Fisher 
Horace L. Hanna 
Charles T. Hamrick 
Paul Berean McFadden 

Elmer Roscoe Stoll 

Fred McDonald Starr 
B.S. 



Class of 1901 

Attorney at Law 
Bookkeeper 

With J. A. Parker & Co. 
Manufacturer 
Salesman 
Liveryman 
Manager 



Manager of Saw and Planing Mills 



Elwood, Ind. 
Charleston, 111. 
322 Seventh .Ave. 

fAnderson, Ind. 
Plainfield, Ind. 
tDenver, Col. 
Bainbridge, Ind. 



Printer 

With Times Printing Co. 



South Bend, Ind. 
319 W. Wayne St. 
Bainbridge, Ind. 



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John Chester Shafer 
Charles Sumner Woody 



Daniel Myers Bechtel 
Frank Kimberlin 



Daniel Clyde Shafer 
Edwin Dow Wood 



Robert Fisher 
Roscoe Patterson Hurst 
Raymond Hurst 
Joseph Pearson 



Class of 


1902 




Student 
Clerk 




Greencastle, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
When Bldg. 


Class of 


1903 




Student 
Accountant 

Student 
Student 




Goshen, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Parrv Manufacturin 
Co. 
Greencastle, Ind, 
Lima, Peru 


Class of 


1904 




Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 




Anderson, Ind. 
Hutsonville, 111. 
Mt. Meridian, Ind. 
Martinton, 111. 



DICKINSON COLLEGE 

CARLISLE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Founded in 1783 Chartered in 1783 

First Class Graduated in 1786 

A Denominational Institution (Methodist Episcopal) 

DEPARTMENTS 
liberal arts law preparatory 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $350,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 40,000.00 

Amount of endowment ------ 400,000,00 

Tuition in liberal arts department ----- 6.25 

Number of volumes in library ------ 40,000 

Number of professors and instructors - . - . 31 

Number of students in attendance . . - - . 475 

Women are admitted and constitute about 10 per cent of the attendance. 

OMICRON CHAPTER 

Founded December 12, 1859. 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Zeta Psi (inactive), 1853-55; Phi Kappa Sigma, 1854; Phi Kappa Psi, 1859; 
Theta Delta Chi (inactive), 1861-96 ; Chi Psi (inactive), 1869-92 ; Beta Theta Pi, 1874 ; 
Phi Delta Theta, 1880 ; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1890 ; Delta Chi, 1893. 



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OMICRON CHAPTER 



DICKINSON COLLEGE 



William Hamilton Griffith 
A.B., A.M., 1861 



Ambrose Jerome Faust 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Alfred Foster Mullin 
A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1858 

Banker 

Class of 1859 

Teacher 



York, Pa. 



Privatdocent, Georgetown University 



Washington, D. C. 



Manufacturer 



Mt. Holly Springs, Pa. 



John Black, Jr. 

*James L. Crook 
A.B., A.M. 

Joseph B. Parker 

A.B., A.M., M.D. 
cal College 
Thomas Sheerer Parker 

A.B., A.M. 
Rufus Edmonds Shapley 

A.B., A.M., LL.D., 1900 



Class of i860 

Druggist 

Attorney at Law 
Died May 12, 1877 

Physician 
New York Medi- Medical Director U. S. Navy 
U. S. N. Hospital 
Attorney at Law 



Elbridge Hoffman Gerry 

A.B., M.D., University of Md. 
♦Samuel Kepler 

Austin William Nichols 

M D., Jefferson Medical College 

William Andrew Snively 
A.B., A.M., S.T.D., Columbia 

John Brown Storm 
A.B., A.M. 



Attorney at Law 



Class of 1861 

Physician 

Clergyman 

Di_ed_ August i, 18S4 
Physician 



Lancaster, Pa. 

116 South Duke St. 
Elk Ridge LandinE 

Md. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

413 Fourth Ave. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Land Title Bldg. 



Shrewsbury, Pa. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Greenville, Mich. 
New Orleans, La. 



Clergyman 

Attorney at Law Stroudsburg, Pa. 

Presiding Judge, Court of Common Pleas 



*Thomas Newman Booker 

George William Caruth 

LL.B., University of Louisville, 
Ky., 1S62 
George R. Garner 

Amos Preston Gilbert 

A.B. 
Joseph Mallalieu 

♦Thomas Marion Williams 
A.B. 



Class of 1862 

Physician Centerville, Md. 

Died in 18S7 
Attorney at Law Chicago, 111'. 

Envoy Extraordinary to Portugal, 712 Tacoma Bldg. 
1 893-97 
Farmer and Merchant Chaptico, Md. 

Justice of the Peace 
Attorney at Law Belair, Md. 

Farmer 



Clergyman 

Died July 10, 1870 
96 



Millington, Kent Co., 

Md. 
Marion Co., W. Va. 



DICKINSON COLLEGE 
Class of 1863 



97 



William Reed Cisna 

A.B., A.M., M.D., University of 
Pa., 1865 
William Daily Clayton 



James Gerry 

M.D.. Jefferson Medical College, 1S63 
*Daniel "Hay Attorney at Law 

Died April 3, 1S97 
Benjamin Pulaski Mclntyre Attorney at Law 

A.B.. A.M. 
*Edward L. Perrie 

A.B., A.M. Date of death unicnown 

*William McKendree Travers Farmer 

Died in April, iSSS 



Physician Chicago, 111. 

Medical Examiner, Pennsylvania 39 W. Madison St 

Lines 
Clergyman 

Pastor of M. E. Church, South 
Physician 



Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
Shrewsbury, Pa. 
Peoria, 111. 
New Bloomfield, Pa. 
Nottingham, Md. 
Taylor's Landing, Md. 



Sebastian Brown 

A.B. 
William Augustus Hiester 

*Andrew Newton Hopkins 

*I-Ioward Quincv Keyworth 
A.B., LL.B.. Harvard Univ., 1866 

Walter David McAdoo 

Niles Harrison Shearer 

A.B., A.M., M.D., University of 
Md., 1S66 

*L. N. Waterman 



Class of 1864 

Attorney at Law and Author 

Delegate to 13th Grand Chapter 
Civil Engineer 

General Agent Equitable Life 
Assurance Co. 
Soldier 

Died Octobers, 1862 
Attorney at Law 

Died.iSgS 
Capitalist 
Physician 

Director First National Bank 

Secretary of County Bible Society 
Attorney at Law 

Date of death unknown 



Baltimore, Md. 

no St. Paul St. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

S13 No. 2d St. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Washington, D. C. 

Greensboro, N. C. 
York, Pa. 

8 North George St. 

Chicago, 111. 



John Cornman 

A.B. 
*Edmund Pendleton Lone 

A.B. 
*Bowie Magruder 

Alfred Milton Rhoads 
A.B. 



Henry Frederick Angle 
A.B.. M.D., Univ. of Pa., 18 

*\'incent Bierbower 
A.B., AM. 

Hope Hepburn 

*J. W. Jackson 



Class of 1865 
Publisher 

Commission Merchant 
Date of death unknown 

Date of death unknown 
Clerk 

Class of 1866 
Physician 

Date of death unknown 

Attorney at Law 

Date of death unknown 



tBuffalo, N, Y. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Brookville, Md. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Seventh Ave. Hotel 

Westdale, Mass. 

Hailey, Idaho 

Carlisle, Pa. 
Milford, Conn. 



J. C. Bitner 

John Grier Holmes 



Class of 1867 



Banker 



Pulaski Melick Banker 

William Henry Wahl Technologist 

A.M., Ph.D., Heidelberg University 



f Woodstock, \'a. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

314 Wood St. 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Franklin Inst. 



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OMICRON CHAPTER 



John Emory Jones Buckey 

A.B., A.M. 
John Franklin Goucher 

A.B.. A.M., 1872, D.D., 1885, 
LL.D., 1898 



Class of 1868 

Journalist 



Cumberland, Md. 



Clergyman Baltimore, Md. 

President The Woman's Col. of Bait. 2313 St. Paul St. 
Delegate to 5th and 6th Grand Chapters 



Robert L. Broomall 

R. D. Clifton 

A.B. 
David Cummins Denney 

A.B. 
George W. Denney 

Wilbur M. Dobbins 

A.B., A.M., Princeton 
Frank Frysinger 

*Wesley B. Hirons 

*Hobart Harvey Smith 
A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1869 

Merchant 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 
Journalist 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

3300 Woodland Ave. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



tNew York City 
135 Broadway 
Manufacturer York, Pa. 

Delegate to loth Grand Chapter 325 E. Market St. 

Attorney at Law Oxford, Pa. 

Died February 27, 1879 
Clergyman Baltimore, Md. 

Date of death unknown 



Class of 1870 

J. E. Nichols fAnnapolis, Md. 

Joseph Gaskill Reed Clergyman Camden, N. J. 

D.D., Drew Theological Seminary, Pastor Tabernacle M. E. Church 508 N. 3d St. 
1871 
Abram Wehrly Rudisill Clergyman Madras, India 

A.B., A.M., D.D. In charge of M. S. Publishing House, Madras, India 

*James M. Weiser Attorney at Law York, Pa, 

Died July 29, 1876 



David Kutz Boas 

A.B. 
O. D. Foulks 
*George Walter Godey 

David Kemper Watson 

A.B., LL.B., Boston University 



Class of 1871 

Insurance Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Gen. Agent N. Am. Accident Ins. Co., ^26 Winebiddle Ave. 
tPhiladelphia, Pa. 
Georgetown, D. C. 
Died December 4, 1S98 
Attorney at Law Columbus, O. 

Member of Commission appointed 685 Bryden Road 
by President McKinlev to revise 
the Statutes of the U. S. 
Delegate to 7th, 9th and nth Grand Chapters 



Thomas W. Nadal 
William Welck 



Joseph S. Ensminger 

Wilbur Eggleston Hagans 
Allen Stockton Howell 
Frank Talmage Miller 

S. Judson Stark 



Class of 1872 

Class of 1873 
Attorney at Law 

Farmer 
Merchant 

Merchant 



tNew York City 
JBaltimore, Md. 



Topeka, Kas. 

[ — :i Ofhce Block 
Elmhurst, 111. 
Wheeling, W. Va. 
Newark, N. J. 

47 Parkhurst St. 
Pittston, Pa. 

211 Wyoming Ave. 



DICKINSON COLLEGE 



99 



Wesley K. Bradner 

M.D., Bellevue College of Med- 
icine, 1875 
George Dering Keller 

Ph.G., Philadelphia College of 
Pharmacy 

George Herr Reinicker 



Frank Emile Bradner 

A.B. 
Edward F, Hilton 

A.B. 



William Edwin Curley 
A.B., A.M. 

Edwin Hebden 

Robert P. Long 

A.B., AM.. M.D., Jefferson Med- 
ical College 
John T. Mallalieu 

A.B., A.M., 1879 

William Dallam Morgan 

A.B., A.M. 
*Charles Firman Robbins 

George William Tea 



Frank Markey Gibson 

A.B., A.M.. LL.B., University of 
Maryland. 1879 
Charles T. House 

A.B. 
S. W. Smith 

A.B. 
Samuel Rowland White 



Edward Stidham Conlyn 

M.D., Hahnnemann College,'i88( 

Samuel L. Diven 

A.B., A.M.. M.D., University of 
Penn., 1884 

James Carnich Nicholson 
A.B., D.D., i8g6 

J. Henry Spicer 



J. Newton Rhoads 
A.M. 



Class of 1874 

Physician 

Tax Collector of the Borough 

Chemist 



Bradley Beach, Mon- 
mouth Co., N. J. 

Carlisle, Pa. 
Webster City, la. 



Stock Raiser 

Class of 1875 

Attorney 'at Law Newark, N. J. 

Special Master in Chancery, N. J. 22 Clinton St. 

Attorney at Law ITopeka, Kas. 



Class of 1876 

Clergyman 

Pastor M. E.JChurch,' Baltimore 
Conference 
Teacher 

Principal Grammar School No. 7 
Physician 

Delegate to nth Grand Chapter 

Teacher 

Superintendent of State Industrial School for Boys 
Secretary Republican State Committee 



Dykesville, Carroll 
Co., Md. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Tu.xedo Park 
Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

Kearney, Neb. 



Clergyman 

Student 

Died February 11, 1876 
Druggist 

Class of 1877 

Clergyman 

Clergyman 
Clergyman 



Lutherville, Md. 

Windsor, N. J. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
3400 Penn Ave. 

tElkridge, Md. 

Baltimore, Md. 

760 Frederick Ave. 
South Bethlehem, Pa, 



Member Philadelphia Conference, M. E. Church 



Merchant 

Class of 1878 

Physician 

Physician 

Coroner Cumberland Co. 

Clergyman 

Manufacturer 
perinten 
-ase Co. 

Class of 1879 

Stenographer 

Official Court Stenographer 



Superintendent Harrisburg Burial 
C£ " 



Galloway's P. O., Md, 



Baltimore, Md. 

244 Madison Ave. 
Carlisle, Pa. 

153 North Hanover St. 

Washington, D. C. 

309, 5th St.. .S. E. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
22 North 4th St. 



Reading, Pa. 

40S \Voodward St. 



Class of 1880 

Elmer Wolford McDade Clergyman Boone, la. 

A.B , A.M. Pastor of M. E. Church 

Charles Keller Zug Attorney at Law Philadelphia, Pa. 

.A.B., A.M., LL.D., University of Trust Officer of The Commonwealth 813 Chestnut St. 

Pa., 1882 Title Ins. & Trust Co. 



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OMICRON CHAPTER 



Class of 1881 



Bernardino Florez May 



Chief Clerk 
Wabash R. R. 
John Wesley Thomas Teacher 

A^., A.M., Ph. D., Syracuse Univ. Professor Modern Languages, 

Allegheny College 
Delegate to 13th Grand Chapter 



William Mason Donovan 

A.M. 
Walter Lee Kauffman 



George Chamberlain Stull 
A.M., D.D.. 1900 



Class of 1882 

Reporter 



Moberly, Mo. 

S^2 Franklin St. 
Meadville, Pa. 

682 N. Park Ave. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

308 Richmond St. 
Youngstown, O. 

748 Brvson St. 



Manufacturer 

Manager National Tube Co., 
Youngstown Department 
Clergyman Billings, Mont. 

Presiding Elder, Helena Dist. 

Member 7th Legislative Assembly, 1901-02 

Chaplain U. S. A. 



Class of 1883 

Franklin Fillmore Bond Clergyman 

A.B., A.M., 1S86. 

John Cooper Groome Druggist 

Ph.G., Maryland Coll. of Pharmacy President of Board of Health 
Harold Lincoln Jackson Soldier 

Captain U. S. Army 
William Wirt Lanahan Accountant 

James Sibbald McKinley Clergyman 

Edwin Sassaman Attorney at Law 

A.B.. Franklin and Marshall Coll., 18S4, A.M., 1S87 
Alex A. Sharp Physician and Real Estate 

A.B., M.D., University of Pa., 1886 Past Grand High Priest Royal A 

Delegate to 14th and 15th Grand 
Grand Praetor First Province, 18 



Pine Grove, Schuvl 

kill Co., Pa. 
Carlisle, Pa. 

Washington, D. C. 

fBaltimore, Md. 
Citv Hall 
Christiana, Pa. 
Reading, Pa. 

608 Court St. 
Larned, Kas. 
rch Masons of Kansas 
Chapters 
86-8S 



Class of 1884 



Elmer Ellsworth Ilgenfritz 



Clergyman 

Pastor M.E. Church 
Roland Dye Powell Clergyman 

B.D., Drew Theological Seminary 
Robert Walter White Pharmacist 

Ph.D. Ph.G., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, 188S 



Clarinda, la. 
Madison, N. J. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

213S E. York St. 



Warren William Carmon 

*Charles Francis Comly 

*Jacob Tome Reynolds 
Ph.B. 



Class of 1885 
Merchant 

Student 

Died July 13. 1888 
Attorney at Law 

Died October is, 18 



Huntingdon, Pa. 

Washington and 6th Sts. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Titusville, Fla. 



William Rader 
George S. Sutherland 



Class of 1886 

Clergyman San Francisco, Cal. 

Pastor of Third Congregational Church 

IBaltimore, Md. 

Class of 1887 

Kimber Cleaver Teacher Huntingdon, Pa. 

A.B.. A. "SI.. Ph.D., Univ. of Wooster Borough Supt. of Schools =.27 Penn St. 

Jacob Cyrus Loose Attorney at Law Mauch Chunk, Pa. 

A.B.. .X.M., 1890 Solicitor of East Mauch Chunk Borough 



DICKINSON COLLEGE 



lOI 



*Isaac Norris Kendall 
Louis Pellman Lincoln 



Class of 1888 

Farmer 

Died January 3, 1896 
Manufacturer 

Supt. with Carnegie Steel Co. 



La Moille, 111. 

Homestead, Pa. 

328 nth Ave. 



Class of i{ 



Christopher Columbus Baldwin 
Ricliard Littell Field 

William Harris 

Charles Frazer Hendricks 
B.D., Tlieological Seminary of 
Reformed Episcopal Church 



William Andrew Millard 

Francis Asbury Paxson 

Harry Thornton Pearce 
Morris Emory Swartz 

Ph.B., A.M.. 1892 

B.D.. Drew Theological Seminary 



Architect 



tBrooklyn, N. Y. 

Naval Yards 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

1414 South Penn. Square 
Glyndon, Md. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

2630 North i2th St. 



Clergyman 
Clergyman 

Secretary General Council Re- 

fornied Episcopal Church 
Treasurer Board of Foreign Missions 

of Reformed Episcopal Church 
Treasurer Board of Trustees of N. Y. 
and Phila. Synod, Reformed Episcopal Church 
Attorney at Law Plymouth, Pa. 

121 East Main St. 
Chester, Pa. 
515 Welsh St. 

Farmer Manor, Md. 

Clergyman Shippensburg, Pa 

Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church 



Joseph Patton McComas 

Ph.B., A.M. 
William L. Orem 

La u ran Fullerton Smith 



Samuel King Smith 

.\.B.. lohns Hopkins University 
LL.B.", Md. University 



Cloyd Lewis 

A.B.. A.M., Lafayette College 
LL.B., Baltimore Law School 



William Clare Allison, Jr. 
Frederick Wm. McComas 

Lewis Duffield Syester 



Class of 1890 

Clergyman 

Rector St. Anne's Parish 
Clergyman 

Pastor M. E. Church 
Banker 

."Adjutant First Regiment Md. 

National Guards 
Attorney at Law 



Class of 1891 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1892 
Attorney at Law 



Annapolis, Md. 

Thumont, Frederick 

Co., Md. 
Hagerstown, Md. 
134 Prospect St. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Md. Telephone Bldg. 



Baltimore, Md. 

316 North Carey St. 



Philadelphia, Pa, 

2043 Spruce .St. 

Fire Insurance Baltimore, Md. 

Manager Baltimore Branch Agri- 4 South Holliday St. 
cultural Insurance Co. 
Attorney at Law Hagerstown, Md. 



James F. Clark 

Thomas Rittenhouse Field 

Carlton Hunt Foster 
A.B., A.M., 1896 

George Metzger Hays 

*C. Sewell Weech 

Morris Wooden 
Ph.B., D.V.S., 1895 



Class of 1893 

Merchant 



With Young, .Smith, Field & Co. 
Attorney at Law 

President Board of Aldermen 
of Bridgeport 
Attorney at Law 

Secretary Board of Health 
Student 

Died in i8go 
U. S. Meat Inspector 



Baltimore, Md. 

212 North Charles St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
loth and Market Sts. 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

4, 5, 6 Sturtevant Bldg. 

Carlisle, Pa, 

Reisterstown, Md. 

Chicago, 111. 

4193 Halsted St. 



I02 



OMiCRON CHAPTER 



J. D. Bertolette 
Willard E. Burch 

Raphael Smead Hays 

A.B., A.M. 
Norman Landis 

Ph. B., A.M., 1897. A.G.O., lii 
Charles William Mix 
John F. L. Morris 

LL.B. 
*Warren Pierce 

Joseph Webster Stayman 
Ph.B., A.M., 1897 



Class of 1894 

Merchant Reading, Pa. 

931 Penn St. 
Soldier China 

Hospital Steward, Sixth Cavalry, U. S. A. 
Clerk Carlisle, Pa. 

With Carlisle Frog & Switch Works North Hanover St. 
Musician Flemington, N. J. 

Organist Presbyterian Church 

New Haven, Conn. 
Publishers' Agent New York City 

With Ginn & Co. 70 Fifth Ave. 

Baltimore, Md. 
Died 1891 
Editor Keyser, W. Va. 

Editor of " Mountain Echo" 



James A. Gray 

Rufus Van Buskirk Lincoln 



Class of 1895 

Brookville, Pa. 
Salesman Pueblo, Col. 

Salesman for the Continental Oil Company 



Everett Andrew Burnes 

A.B. 
Eric Gregg Brotherline 

LL.B. 
Charles Cochran 



George Sleeman Keerl, 

Blake Irvin 

LL.B. 
Merkel Landis 

Ph.B., A.M., LL.B. 



Ray Zug 
LL.B 



Class of 1896 

Clergyman 

Pastor Third M. E. Church 
Accountant 

Merchant 

Ass't M'g'r Creeson and Clearfie 
Coal and Coke Co. 
Journalist 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 

Attorney at Law 

Grand Praetor First Province, il 
Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 

Chemist 

Head Chemist with Ohio Iron & 
Delegate to 20th Grand Chapter 



Long Island City, N.Y. 

45 Prospect St. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

530 Neville St. 

Williamsport, Pa. 
Id 1005 W. 4th St. 

Cleveland O. 

414 Garfield Ave. 
Brookville, Pa. 

Carlisle, Pa. 



Lowellville, O. 
Steel Co. 



Francis Asbury Awl 
Frank E. Coover 

Carroll H. Gerrv 

A.B.. A.M., 1900, M. D., 1901 
Robert Walling Irving 

LL.B. 
James Brainerd Kremer, Jr. 
Willis Emery Mackey 

LL.B. 



William C. Nevin 
Ph.B. 



Robert Hawley Barker 
LL.B. 

William Cannon 
George McB. Makely 



Class of 1897 

Soldier fHarrisburg, Pa. 

Second Lieutenant U. S. Army 
Banker New Cumberland, Pa. 

Town Clerk 
Physician Shrewsbury, Pa, 

Attorney at Law New York, N. Y. 

364 w. 33d St. 
Insurance Carlisle, Pa. 

Attorney at Law Altoona, Pa. 

Secretary City Executive Committee 7 Christy Bldg. 

Secretary County Executive Committee 

First Lieut, and Bat. Adjt. 5th Reg. N.G.P. 
Journalist Sewickley, Pa. 



Class of 1898 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 
Merchant 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cor. 20th and Venango 
Sts. _ 
Bridgeville, Del. 
Edenton, N. C. 



DICKINSON COLLEGE 



103 



Robert Erie Beitzel 
Charles Bennett McGuire 

A.B. 
David Hunter Riddle 

A.B. 



Elbert V. Brown 

A.B. 
Wilson L. Rothermel 

C.E. and M.S.. 1896, LaFayette. 
Albert M. Witwer 

A.B. 



George Hettrick Bonner 
W. W. Johnston 
George Wesley Pedlow 



E. C. Ammerman 
William Herbert Decker 
John McGuffie 

Warren N. Shuman 
Ralph Edward Steever 



Edwin R.Brunyate 
Percy Richmond Comer 

Aitken R. S. Frankhauser 

Elmer T. Grove 
William Alfred Shomo 



Ernest James Casey 
Thomas Norwood Frederick 
Frederick W. Humer 

Daniel J. Rothermel 
George B. Tovvnsend 



David Forney Miller 



Class of 1899 




Student 
Clerk 


Mechanicsburg, Pa 
Johnstown, Pa. 

439 ."Somerset St. 
Chambersburg, Pa. 


Class of 1900 




Clergyman 

M.'E. Church 
Attorney at Law 
A.M., LL.B. 
Clergyman 


Clearfield, Pa. 

Reading, Pa. 

s3i Court St. 
Atg'len, Pa. 


Class of 1901 




Student 

Attorney at Law 
Student 


Johnstown, Pa. 
Carlisle, Pa. 
Upland, Pa. 


Class of 1902 




Student 
Clergyman 
Attorney at Law 

Student 
Student 


Danville, Pa. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
Pittston, Pa. 
123 Nice St. 
Mainville, Pa. 
Millersburg, Pa. 


Class of 1903 


, 


Student 
Student 

Student 

Student 
Student 


Atlantic City, N. J. 
Millville, N. J. 

17 E. Broad St. 
Reading, Pa. 

230 S 6th St. 
Stewardstown, Pa. 
Hamburg, Pa. 


Class of 1904 




Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 


Upland, Pa. 
Cortland, N. Y. 
Carlisle, Pa. 

131 N. Hanover St. 
Fleetwood, Pa. 
Clearfield, Pa. 


Class of 1905 




Student 


Mechanicsburg, Pa 



ERSKINE COLLEGE 

DUE WEST, SOUTH CAROLINA 

Founded in 1839 
A Denominational Institution (Presbyterian) 

DEPARTMENTS 
collegiate preparatory 

STATISTICS 



Value of buildings and grounds 
Value of equipment and apparatus 
Value of productive funds 

Number of professors and instructors 
Number of students in attendance 



$50,000.00 

5,000.00 

80,000.00 

5 

75 



ORIGINAL PI CHAPTER 

Founded January 31, i860. Became inactive in 1861 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Kappa Alpha (inactive), 1883-93; Sigma Alpha Epsilon (inactive), 1884-94. 



105 



ORIGINAL PI CHAPTER 



ERSKINE COLLEGE 



Charles B. Simonton 

A.B. 
Jonathan Creus Bell 

A.B. 



Charles A. Boyd 

A.B. 
*Thomas C. Bradley 

A.B. 
*John M. Brice 

Thomas Jefferson Hearst 

A.B. 
*Hesekiah Wilson Story 

A.B. ^ 

*William H. Thompson 

A.B. 



Class of 1859 

Attorney at Law 
Teacher 

Class of i860 
Soldier 

Soldier 

Killed in battle 
Soldier 

Killed in battle, 1S64 
Merchant and Farmer 

Soldier 

Killed in battle 
Soldier 

Killed in battle 



Covington, Tenn. 
Baldwyn, Miss. 

tChester, S. C. 
Harrisburg, S. C. 
Winsboro, S. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 
Fairfield, Ala. 
Newberry, S. C, 



R. H. Armstrong 

*Robert G. Black 
A.B. 

John Edward Bradley 
A.B. 

*George P. Chiles 

A.B. 
*William J. Dennis 

A.B. 
*James Hamilton 

A.B. 
*George Washington Hines 

A.B. 
William Wetherspoon'Kitchen 

A.B. 
Ebenezer Pressley McClintock 

A.B. 

*William J. McMillen 

A.B. 
*David Milton Montgomery 

A.B. * ^ 

*H. Backman Reid 

A.B. 

John T. Sloan 

A.B., M.D. 
*William Wilson 

A.B. 
*John K. Wiley 

A.B. 



Class of 1861 



Due West, S. C. 
Mill Hill, N. C. 



Soldier 

Killed in battle 

Delegate to Second Grand Chapter 
Planting and Mining Abbeville, S. C 

Delegate to and Grand Chapter 

Trustee of Clemson College 



Died in 1879 
Soldier 

Died during Civil War 
Merchant 

Died November 22, 1900 
Attorney at Law 

Died April 28, 1873 
Policeman 

Ruling Elder in the A. R. P. Church 
Clergyman Newberry, S. C. 

Chairman of Board of Trustees of Erskine College 

Pastor of Thompson St. Presbyterian Church 
Soldier 

Killed in battle 
Merchant 

Died February 2, 1899 



Troy, S. C, 
Richmond, Ala. 
Chester C. H., S. C. 
Bainbridge, Ga. 
Winnsboro, S. C. 



Soldier 

Died during Civil War 

Physician 

Date of death unknovifn 

Date of death unknown 
106 



Chester S, C. 
Pleasant Ridge, Ala. 
Newberry, S. C. 

Olive Branch, Miss. 
Union Co., N. C. 
Lincoln Co., Tenn. 



*William Candar Baskin 

Thomas W. Brice 
*Richard Cabeen 

*D. F. Gallman 

John T. Hall 
*James G. Martin 



♦Columbus C. Brown 

Emmet E. Craig 
*Henry Clay Dunlap 

*Tabez Martin 
E. L. Miller 
Alexander A.N ickle 
William UeKalb Rodman 
*A. Robert Yeldell 

*William A. Yeldell 



ERSKINE COLLEGE 
Class of 1862 

^'Tel'afe tend Grand Chapter 

Died February 4. i»9» 
Farmer 

Soldier 

Killed in battle 
Soldier , _ 

Killed in battle, 1862 
Attorney at Law 
Soldier 

Killed in battle 

Class of 1863 

Date of death unknown 

^° Kiuld at battle of Antietam 
Farmer 



107 



Farmer 

Date of death unknown 
Date of death unknown 



Tupelo, Miss. 

Woodward, S. C. 
Winnsboro, S. C. 

Newberry, S. C. 

Griffin, Ga. 
AUston, S. C. 



Wilcox Co., Ala. 

Paris, Tex. 
Eutaw, Ala. 

Bainbridge, Ga. 
■j-Spartanburg Co., b. L.. 
Pickaway, Va. 
CoUierville, Miss. 
Butler Co., Ala. 

Butler Co., Ala. 



LA GRANGE SYNODICAL COLLEGE 

LA GRANGE, TENNESSEE 

Founded in 1856 College Organized in 1857 

A Denominational Institution (Presbyterian) 

DEPARTMENTS 
collegiate preparatory 

La Grange Synodical College opened for the school year of 1860-61 under favor- 
able auspices, but at the outbreak of the War was suspended indefinitely. The 
majority of the students entered the Confederate army. An attempt was made to 
open it the following autumn, but the fall of Fort Donaldson brought the exercises 
to a close. The college building, a structure of Ionic design and costing about 
S75,ooo, was at different times used as a hospital by the opposing armies. It was 
so greatly damaged during the War as to render it unfit for college purposes. 
After the War the college was not reopened. 

ORIGINAL SIGMA CHAPTER 

Founded September 27, i860. Became inactive in 1861 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Kappa Psi (inactive), 1859-60 



109 



ORIGINAL SIGMA CHAPTER 

LA GRANGE SYNODICAL COLLEGE 



♦Robert S. Capelle 
*Joseph Meek Carothers 



William Candar Baskin 
*P. H. Buford 

*R. A. Gilmer 

*Morrison Munford 

M.D., Missouri Medical College, 
1868 ' 

Thomas Spight 

William Hereford Bolton 
*Holmes Cummins 

*Edward G. Miller 

*R. M. McClellan 



Class of 1861 

Soldier 

Died December, 1864 
Soldier 

Died December 31, 1862 

Class of 1862 

Merchant 
Planter 

Died May 21, 1897 
Soldier 

Reported killed during the war 
Journalist 

Died March 27, 1892 

Attorney at Law 

Member of Congress, 2d Miss. District 
Music Teacher Pontoloc, Miss. 

Attorney at Law Memphis, Tenn. 

Died October 26, 1896 
Soldier Pontoloc, Miss. 

Killed in battle near Moscow, Miss. 
Student Memphis, Tenn. 

Died, 1861 



Copiah, Miss. 
Houston, Miss. 



Tupelo, Miss. 
Horn Lake, Miss. 



Kansas City, Mo. 
Ripley, Miss. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA 

Founded in 1825 First Class Graduated in 1826 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

collegiate LA'W 

engineering medicine 

agricultural 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $1,250,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus ... - 100,000.00 

Amount of endowment ... - - 376,200.00 

Value of productive funds .... - 376,200.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 146,338.92 

Tuition in collegiate department ----- 75-oo 

Number of volumes in library ------ 50,000 

Number of professors and instructors . - - - 55 

Number of students in attendance ----- 675 

Number in collegiate department . - - - 293 

Number in engineering department ----- 33 

Number in law department ----- 194 

Number in medical department .... - 174 

Women are not admitted 

PSI CHAPTER 

Founded December 10, i860 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1852 ; Phi Kappa Psi, 1853 ; Phi Kappa Sigma, 1855 ; 
Beta Theta Pi, 1856; Kappa Alpha, northern (inactive), 1857-61; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, 1857; Phi Gamma Delta, 1859; Chi Phi, 1859; Chi Psi (inactive), 1860-70; 
Delta Psi, i860; Kappa Sigma, 1867; Zeta Psi, 1868; Pi Kappa Alpha, 1868; Alpha 
Tau Omega, 1868; Sigma Nu, 1870; Theta Delta Chi (inactive), 1872-77; Kappa 
Alpha, 1873; Phi Delta Theta, 1873; Delta Tau Delta (inactive), 1888-93; Mu Pi 
Lambda, 1897 ; Phi Delta Phi, 1890; Pi Mu, 1892. 



PSI CHAPTER 

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 



Peter Binford 

M.D., New Orleans School 
James Gabriel Cox 

B.I.. 
Thomas Hardy Cross 
*Stephen D. Palmer 

Joseph Caldwell Pierce 
*Hyrlten G. Rucker 

Joseph Porter Sykes 
Robert Hartwell Tucker 
Calvin B. Vance 
Philemon Berry Waters 

B.L. 
William Gordon Wheeler 

M.D. 
George W. Williams 

A.B. B.L., William & Mary 



Class of i860 

Physician 
Medicine, 1861 

Attorney at Law- 
Postmaster 
Soldier 

Died June 28, 1863 



Died, i860 
Attorney at Law 

Planter 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 

Attorney at Law 
College 



Somerville, Ala. 

Kingston, N. C. 

Hampden-Sidney, Va. 
Charleston, S, C. 

tNatcliez, Miss. 
Salt Creek, Va. 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Dinwiddle C. H., Va. 
Batesville, Miss. 
Johnston, S. C. 

Hopkinsville, Ky. 

Orange C. H., Va. 



Charles Irwin Battle 
William Thornton Brett 
*Harry St. John Dixon 

*Henry;Ewing 

*John Gilbert Haythe 

A.B., Lynchburg Coll., i860 

Walter Boiling lefferson 
M.D., Univ. of Nashville, 1S61 

*John Dawson Pittman 

Leonidas Sharp Reed 
*Walker Franklin Shepherd 

Martin Richard Stringfellow 
Jesse Parker Williams 



Alexander Kincaid Yancy 



Class of 1861 



Teacher 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 6th Grand Chapter. 

Died August 27, 1898 
Journalist 

Died, 1871 
Attorney at Law 

Died. 1880 
Farmer 



■^Washington, Ga. 

Fort Union, Va. 

Fresno, Cal. 
Grand Historian, 1872-76 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Lynchburg, Va. 

Hampton Sta. Tenn. 

Jackson Co., Fla. 



Soldier 

Died Augusts, 1862 
Merchant 
Soldier 

Died August 21, 1861 
Attorney at Law 
Merchant 

Pres. J. P. Williams Co. 

Pres. Georgia, Florida & Alabama Rv. Co. 

Pres. Nat. Tank & Export Co. 

Pres. Williams Investment Co. 

V. Pres. Savannah Cotton E.xchange 
Secretary ^Richmond, Va. 



"fLouisvnlle, Ky. 
Fluvanna Co., Va. 



Savannah, Ga. 



♦Richard Griffin Bonham 

*George Meredith Peek 
B.L. 



Class of 1867 

Attorney at Law 
Died February 15, 

Attorney at Law 
Died, 189s 



Edgefield, S. C. 
Hampton, Va. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 



113 



William Merry Perkins 

B.L. 
William Austin Smith 

A.M.. M.D.. Ph.D. and LL.D. 
William Ward 



William Hickman Clopton 

B.L. 
Hugh Landon Davis 

B.L. 
John Lea Dillard 

B.L. 
Robert Davis Farish 

B.L. 
*William Stamps Farish 

B.L. 
James Newton Ford 

B.L.. Cumberland Univ. 
*Elliott De Jarnette 

B.L. 
George Perkins 

B.L. 



Josephus C. Brown 
Charles Pinckney Bull 

B.L. 
♦Charles Pegram Clarke 

C.E. 
Peyton Forbes Edwards 

B.L. 
James Tavlor E Hyson 

B.L. ' 
James Fowler 
Alonzo Hill 

.\.>L 
Linden Kent 

B.L. 
Henry Minor Magruder 

B.L., 1868 
William Sinkler Manning 
Clariborne Rice Mason 

M.D. 
Oliver Beirne Patton 
William James Peete 
Alfred Landon Rives 
Charles Jones Sale 
*James Frazier Tate 

M .D. 
Pascal Ash Tutwiler 
. B.L. 



John Hampden De Jarnette 
Robert S. McCormick 



Attorney at Law 

Supt. Public Schools 
Teacher 
Univ. of Bohn 
Farmer 

* Class of 1868 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Mayor of Mayersville 
Attorney at Law 

Died November 5, 189c 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Died in 1898 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1869 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Civil Engineer 

Died in 187-; 
Attorney at Law 

Journalist 

Mayor of Richmond 

Teacher 

Attorney at Law 

Farmer 

Planter 

Railroad Contractor 



Railroad Official 
Attorney at Law 
Physician 

Died in 1866 

Attorney at Law 

Class of 1870 

Attorney at Law 
Real Estate 

U. S. Minister to .Austria 



Pulaski, Va. 
Columbia, Tenn. 

The .\theneum 

Cecilton, Md. 



St. Louis, Mo. 
Wardville, Miss. 
Franklin C. H., Va. 
Mayersville, Miss. 
Greenville, Miss. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Bowling Green, Va. 
Charlottesville, Va. 



La Grange, Tex. 
New York, N. Y. 

Dimapolis, Ala. 

El Paso, Tex, 

Richmond, Va. 

Columbia, Tenn. 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

fWashington, D. C. 

Eastham, Va. 

•fManchester, N. C. 
Lahore, Va. 

Huntsville, Ala. 
Mason, Tenn. 
tMobile, Ala. 
Loretto, Va. 
Swoope, Va. 

Greensboro, Ala. 



Bowling Green, Va. 
Chicago, 111. 



Andrew Crawford 

William Eustace Moncure 
William W. Miller, Jr. 
Edward Carrington Venable 



Class of 1871 

Attorney at Law 

Member of S. C. Legislature 
Teacher 
Merchant 
Tobacconist 



Member Congress, 4th District, Virginia 



Columbia, S. C. 

Widewater, Va. 

fNew Orleans, La. 

Petersburg, Va. 



114 



PSI CHAPTER 



Henry Thompson Kent 

B.L. 
Joseph Morris Kinnaird 

A.B. 
*George Mason 

Richard A. Urquhart 
M.D. 



Class of 1872 

Attorney at Law 

Member Missouri Legislature 
Teacher 

Farmer 4 

Died in 1888' 
Physician 

Surgeon U. S. Navy 



St. Louis, Mo. 
tShelbyville, Ky. 
Fairfax Co., Va. 
tLos Gatos, Cal. 



Elias Miller Boykin 
William Harrison Cuthbert 
Duke Williams Goodman 
James Alexander Kerr 

B.L. 
Allard Memminger 

M.D. 



William Blount Barham 

M.D. 
Marian LaFayette Dye 
Edward Reed Memminger 

John Pickrell 

A.M., B.L. 
George Halson Rose 

M.D., Pliiladelphia, 1878 
Barnes Reid 



Class of 1873 

United States Marshal 
Insurance 
Manufacturer 
Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Class of 1874 

Physician 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 
Physician 



Charleston, S. C. 
Petersburg, Va. 
tAtlanta, Ga. 
Norfolk, Va. 

Charleston, S. C. 



Newsoms, Va. 

Centerville, Miss. 
Charleston, S. C. 

Richmond, Va. 

Norfolk, Va. 

Opelika, Ala. 



Richard Henry Jesse 
LL.D., Tulane Univ. 



Class of 187s 

Teacher 

Pres. Univ. of Mo. 

Delegate to loth Grand Chapter 



Columbia, Mo. 



Spottswood Dabney Crenshaw 



Class of 1876 



Pres. Sulphur Mining & R. R. Co, 
Sec'y Va. -Carolina Chemical Co. 
Director of Banks 
Partner S. D. Crenshaw & Co. 



Richard Urquhart Goode Civil Engineer 

Henry Wilkins Lewis Physician 

M.D. M.D.. Univ. of City ofN.Y. Health Officer Northampton Co. 

Member State Board of Health 
Pres. Seaboard Med. Ass'n o— Va. 

William Robertson McKenny Attorney at Law 

*WilIiam Gay Neeson 

Died in 1877 



Richmond, Va. 
Crenshaw Bldg. 



Washington; D. C, 
Jackson, N. C. 

and N. C. 

Petersburg, Va. 
Richmond, Va. 



Paulus A. Irving 
M.D. 



William Mahone, Jr. 
Whitmel Hill Urquhart 
B.L. 



Class of 1877 

Physician Richmond, Va. 

Prof. Diseases of Children, Univ. College of Med. 

Member Board of Trustees, Hampden-Sidney Col. 

Secretary State Board of Health. 
Railroad Official Norfolk, Va. 

Merchant Richmond, Va 



THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 



"5 



Class of 1878 



Physician 

Surjjeon U. S. Army 



John Monro Banister 

M.D., A.B.. Washin^'ton & Lee 
Univ., 1874 
Livingston Chancellor 

Hansborough Attorney at Law 

L.L.B. A.B., 187^; A.M., 1878, Roanoke College 
William Wirt Henry, Jr. Real Estate 

B.L.. A.B., Hampden-Sidnev Colleire, 1877 
LL.B., Richmond College Law School, 1S80 



Henry Walter Lilly 

M.D. 
James Roy Micou 

Arthur Morson Steger 
♦Francis Middleton Urquhart 

M.D. 
*William Patton Watkins 

M.D. 



Manufacturer 

Pres. Bank of Fayetteville 
Teacher" 



Prof, of Latin, Washington College 



West Point, N. Y. 

Salem, Va. 
tDuluth, Minn. 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
Chesterton, Md. 



Civil Engineer 
Physician 

Died February 14, li 
Physician 

Died July 9, 1882 



fGainsville, Te.xas 
Fortress Monroe, Va. 

Huntsville, Ala. 



Richard Kinsey Boney 
B.L., LL.B., University of 

Louisiana, 1880. 

Chapman Bradford 

A.B., Univ. of Ala. 

*Robert Burbage Coleman 
A.B. M.D., Va. Med. Col., 1881 

John Theilman Dickinson 
B.L. 

Boiling Wellford Ford 

Richard Lewis Howell 

Thomas Joyes 

A.B.. Hampden-Sidney Col., 1877 
LL.B.. Louisville Law School, 18S 

Edward R. Maxey 

W. E. Owen 

Willoughby Walke 



Class of 1879 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 12th Grand Chapter 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Died March 20, 1886 
Promoter 

Farmer 
Clergyman 
Attorney at Law 



Merchant 
Merchant 
Soldier 

Major U. S. Army 



Fellow Chemical Society of London 



Duckport, La. 

tDallas, Tex. 

Richmond, Va. 

Chicago, 111. 

Lexington, Ky. 
Sandusky, Ohio 
Louisville, Ky. 

Brandon, Miss. 
South Boston, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 

Fortress Monroe 



Roswell S. Jones 

Walter Dandridge McKenny 



Class of 1880 



Teacher 



tOakland Cal. 
Charleston, S. C. 



N. P. T. Burke 
*Roper Davis 

Daniel Grinnan 

B.L.. 1887 
Alfred M. Martin 

B.L. 
Asa B. Pope 

A.B., Roanoke Col., 1877 
M.D., Charity Hospital, New 
Edward Burton Ward 
Ph.B., Southern Univ., 1879 
M.D., Univ. Med. Col., N.Y., 

Junius Leigh Wilson 

B.L. .A.B., Hampden-Sidnev 
Col., 1878 



Class of 1881 

Banker 
Attorney at Law 

Date of death unknown 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 



Alexandria, Va. 
Petersburg, Va. 

Richmond, Va. 

26 Sliafer Bldg. 

Savannah, Ga. 
Marshall, Texas 



Orleans, La., 1886 

Physician Selma, Ala. 

Member U. S. Board Examining Surgeons 
1882 Member Board Medical E-\aminers, Dallas County 
Surgeon and Gynecologist, Selma Infirmary 
Attorney at Law Farmville, Va. 

Delegate to Fourteenth Grand Chapter 



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Class of 1882 



Lewis Minor Coleman 
B.L„ 1882; A.M., 1886 



Attorney at Law 

Delegate to Thirteenth 
Grand Chapter 
James LeRoy Cooper Physician 

M.D., Col. of Physicians and Surgeons, 1883 
William LeRoy Doggett Real Estate 



Randolph Bryan Grinnan 

D.D. 
John Henry Ingram 

LL.B., Richmond Col., Va., 18 
Tyler Gatewood Kent 
Bernard Mann 
James Cabell Minor 

M.D. 
James Marwood Quicke 

LL.B., 1887 
Edward Watts Saunders 

B.L. 
Baylis Earle Sloan 
*Nathan E. Venable 



Clergyman 

Professor University of Tokio 
Attorney at Law 

Farmer 

Attorney at Law 
Physician 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Civil Engineer 
Student 

Died September 14, 18S9 



Chattanooga, Tenn. 

619 Walnut St. 

Fort Worth, Tex. 

Chicago, 111. 

202, 167 Dearborn 
Tokio, Japan 

Manchester, Va. 

Wytheville, Va. 
Petersburg, Va. 
Newport, Ark. 

tKansas City, Mo. 

Rocky Mount, Va. 

Charleston, S. C. 
Petersburg, Va. 



Joseph Irvine Blanton 

A.B.. B.L 
Benjamin Eugene Bransford 
Leigh Carroll 

A.M., B.Lit. 

John Herbert Claiborne, Jr. 

M.D. 
*Eugene Lusk Clark 

*Thomas Dudley Isom 

M.D. 
Samuel Humphrey James 

LL.B. 
Jefferson Randolph Kean 

M.D. 
Harry Preston Lawther 

LL.B. 
Patrick Cabell Massie 

LL.B. 
Ransom Dabney Palmer 

M.D., A.B. 
Julius J. Robertson 

M.D. 



Edward Holloway Brown 
William Armitage Harper 

Herbert Greyson Peters 

A.B., A.M. 
Charles Porterfield 

B. L., A.B. 
John Cunningham Robertson 

A.M., M.D. 
William Henry Robertson 



Class of 1883 

Attorney at Law 



Cynthiana, Ky. 



Clerk tRoanoke, Va. 

Attorney at Law New Orleans, La 

President of Algiers Waterworks 222 Elmira Ave. 
Co. 

President of Algiers Savings Bank 
Physician New York City 

Instructor in Columbia Univ. _ 39 W. 36th St. 

Merchant 

Djed January 5, 1885 
Physician 

Died April 25, 1895 
Attorney at Law 



Physician 

Major and Surgeon U. S. Army 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Physician 



Class of 1884 

Real Estate 
Publisher 

With Harper Brothers 
Attorney at Law 



Journalist 



United States Consul 



Clarksdale, Miss. 

Oxford, Miss. 

Mound Station, La. 

Havana, Cuba 

Dallas, Tex. 

Montgomery, Ala. 
tNew Orleans, La. 
|Grand Junction, Cal 



Richmond, Va. 
New York, N. Y. 

Franklin Sq. 
Bristol, Tenn. 

tSt. Paul, Minn. 

tNew York, N. Y. 

Hamburg, Germany 



THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 



117 



Joseph Wheadon Carroll 

Richard Hoope Cunningham 
M.D., Va. Med. Col., 1883 

John Dunn 

A.M., M.D., 1886 

♦William Henry Jones 

Robert Dunn Mcllvaine 

M.D. 
William Plummer McRae 

B.L. 

Robert Alston Martin, Jr. 

M.D., Bellevuf Hosii.Med. Col 
Edmund Lee Tompkins 

M.D. 



Humprey Keyes Ambler 
John Meade Callender 

M.D. 
Flavius Eugene Davis, Jr. 
James Dunn 
Andrew Forsythe Evans 

A.B., .A.M., Centre Col. 
Francis Rives Lassiter 

B.L. 
Kirkland Ruffin 

M.D. 
*Robert Lee Townes 

M.D. 



Class of 1885 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Physician 



Date of death unknown 
Physician 



Attorney at Law 

Member Virginia House of Delegates 
Chairman Committee on Courts of Justice 



New Orleans, La. 

708 Union St. 
tRichmond, Va. 

Richmond, Va. 

Petersburg, Va. 

Petersburg, Va. 

Petersburg, Va. 



Physician 

., 188s 

Physician 



Class of 1886 

Teacher 
Physician 

Broker 
Insurance 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 



Congressman Fourth District of Virginia 
Physician Norfolk, Va 

Physician 

Died November, i88g 



Petersburg, Va. 

Washington, D. C. 
1512Q. St. 



tNew York, N. Y. 
tBrooklyn, N. Y. 

Roanoke, Va. 
Petersburg, Va. 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Washington, D. C. 

/irginia 

Norfolk, Va. 

Danville, Va. 



Edward Price Buford 



Class of 1887 



Attorney at Law 

-Attorney for Commonwealth, 
Brunswick County 

Algernon Coleman Edmunds Attorney at Law 

B.L. 
John Joseph Kindred Physician 

^LD.. liospital Col. of Medicine, 1889 
Louis Mackall, Jr. Physician 



Lawrenceville, Va. 

Danville, Va. 
Courtland, Va. 
Washington, D. C. 



Thomas'Earl Ashbrook 
A.B.. Univ. of Ky., t886. 

Wallace Forluine Brown 
>LA., B.L., i8qi 

Lee Emmett Thomas 

B.L., A.B., Howard Col., i^ 



Erasmus Darwin Fenner 

M.D.. A.B.. Tulane Univ.. 18SS 
*George Dissant Lyman 

William L. McGill 
Julian Thornley 
C.E., B.S. 



Class of 1888 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1889 

Physician 

Student 

Died January 17, 1890 
Merchant 
Civil Engineer 



Paris, Ky. 

Richmond, Va. 

Shreveport, La. 
523 Market Place. 



New Orleans, La. 

Charlottesville, Va. 

Petersburg, Va. 
New York, N. Y. 



Asst. Eng. N. Y. Rapid Tr. Comm. Hotel San Remo. 



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Samuel W. Arrington 

Hunter Ashby Bond 

M.D. 
Joseph Bra^g Dunn, Jr. 

M.A., M.D. 
John Bradford Griggs 

M.D.. Univ. of Baltimore 
Russell Kilbourne 
James L. McLemore 
H. Dent Minor 

B.L., B.S. 



W. V. Kellogg 

M.D. 
S. V. Southall, Jr. 



Class of 1890 

Teacher 

Principal Petersburg Academy 
Physician 

With Manhattan State Hospital 
Physician 

Physician 

Manufacturer 

Attorney at Law 

Class of 1891 
Physician 
Banker 



Petersburg, Va. 

New York, N.Y. 

Wards Island 
Richmond, Va. 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 

fColumbus, O. 
Courtland, Va. 
Memphis, Tenn. 



tMt. Vernon, Ala. 
Charlottesville, Va. 



Alexander Cunningham 
Charles R. Grandy 

M.D. B.A. 
Tilman B. Parks 



Arthur Peter 

BL., B.A., Univ. of Louisville, 
1890 
John Daniel Thomas 

M.D., A.B., Hampden-Sidney Col 
1889. 

Benjamin M. Walmsley 



Class of 1892 

Farmer 
Physician 

Pres. Norfolk Medical Society 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 20th Grand Chapter 

Member 33d General Assembly 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 19th Grand Chapter 



Halifax Co., Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 

New Lewisville, Ark. 



Louisville, Ky. 

27 Louisville Trust Co. 
Bldg. 

Physician Washington, D. C. 

, Assistant to Professor of Practice 1603, 19th St. 
of Medicine and Pediatrics 
Georgetown Univ. 
Banker New Orleans, La. 

With Louisiana National Bank 



Earnest B. Anderson 

B.L. 
John Gait Baylor 

M.D. 
James Granville Cecil 
Walker Downer Hines 

B.L. B.S. 
♦Thomas H. Nell 

Richard Ames Old 

C.E. 
Richard Potts 
Robert Minor Wiley 



M.D. A.B., Roanoke College, 1892 



Class of 1893 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Farmer 
Attorney at Law 

Assistant Attorney L. & N. 
Student 

Died in 1894 
Civil Engineer 

Banker 
Physician 



Class of 1894 



Thomas Hume Merchant 

William Levi Old Physician 

M.D. B. A., Randolph-Macon Col. 
John N. Sebrell, Jr. Attorney at Law 

B.L. Mayor of Courtland 

Richard Alexander Urquhart Physician 

Assistant Physician Children's 



Owensboro, Ky. 

■fCulpeper, Va. 

Danville, Ky. 
Louisville, Ky. 
R.R. The St. James 

Laytonsville, Md. 

Bennett's Creek, Va. 

Frederick, Md. 
Salem, Va. 



Washington, D. C. 
Norfolk, Va. 

Courtland, Va. 



Department, Johns Hopkins Hospita 



Baltimore, Md. 

1950 Linden Ave. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 



George H. Denny 
A.M. Ph D. 



Flavins Eugene Davis 

B.L. 
Douglas Forsyth 

B..A.,TulaneUniv., 1894 
John May 

B.L. 
John G. Todd 

M.D. 
Bartlett Roper, Jr. 

B.L. 

Victor Conway Smith 
M.D.,TuIaneUniv., iSgg 



Class of 1895 

Teacher Lexington, Va. 

Professor of Latin and Acting Pres., 
Washington and Lee Univ. 

Grand Praetor of Second Province, 1892-94. 
Broker Roanoke, Va. 



Merchant 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Attorney at Law 

U. S. Commissioner, Eastern 
District of Virginia 
Physician 



New Orleans, La. 

1423 Louisiana Ave. 
New Orleans, La. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Petersburg, Va. 

Henderson, La. 



William Bradish Forsyth 

B.L. 
C. King Logan 

M.D. 
Thomas Richard Moore 

A.B. D.M.A. 
Preston Wright 



Class of 1896 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Broker 

Mining Engineer 



New Orleans, La. 

2708 Prytania St. 

New Orleans, La. 

Baltimore, Md. 

807 N. Cliarles St. 
Roanoke, Va. 



R. W. Holt 
Harrison S. Penn 
Robert W. Porter 

Stephen H. Watts 

A.M., Randolph-Macon Col., iSgf 
M.D., Johns Hopkins Univ., 1901 



Class of 1897 

Merchant 
Tobacconist 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Physician 



tStaunton, Va. 
Reidsville, N. C. 
Glasgow, Ky. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Johns Hopkins Hosp. 



Class of 1898 
Attorney at Law 



Robert T. Anderson 

B.L.. Univ. of Michigan 
James Morrison Physician 

M.D. A.B., Hampden-Sidney Col., 
1891 
C. A. Orr 
H. O. Schoolfield 
Elbert Lee Trinkle 

B.L. A.B., B.S., Hampden-Sid- 
ney Col. 



Tobacconist 

Attorney at Law 

Praetor Second Province, 1899 
Delegate to 34th Grand Chaiiter 



Greenville, O. 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Princeton, Ind. 
Danville, Va. 
Wytheville, Va. 



Class of 1899 

John Carroll Adams Merchant 

Patrick Henry Drewry Attorney at Law 

B..^., Randolph-Macon College 
George A. Washington Frayser Attorney at Law 

LL.B., Vanderbilt Univ. 
David Russell Lyman 

M.D. 
William Augustine Martin 
Clifford Sperow 

M.D. 



Lynchburg, Va. 
Petersburg, Va. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Baltimore, Md. 



Student 

Interne, Johns Hopkins Hospital 
Merchant Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Physician Washington, D. C. 

House Surgeon, Emergency Hospital, Washington 



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PSI CHAPTER 



George Ambrose Allen 
Malcolm Griffin 

B.L. 
John Gillespie Martin 
Holcombe McGavock Robert- 
son 

M.D, B.A., Hampden-Sidney 
Col., i8g6 
Lawrence Rust Sayers 

M.D. 
John Calvin Silliman 



Class of 1900 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 
Physician 

Physician 
Student 



Erie, Pa. 
Roanoke, Va. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Max Meadows, Va. 

Wytheville, Va. 
Palestine, Tex. 



John Wesley Carroll 

M.D. 
Alexander Wiley Moore 
Benjamin Price Riley 
David Todd Stuart 

M.D. 



Class of 1901 

Physician 

Student 
Student 
Physician 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 



Lynchburg, Va. 

Chester, S. C. 
Oakdale, Md. 
Washington, U. C. 

Emergency Hospita 



Richard Dickson Cooke 

Edward Beverly Herndon, Jr. 
Baxter Springs Moore 
Hubert Roland Southall 
Philip Pendleton Steptoe 



Class of 1902 



Student 



Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 



Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



Norfolk, Va. 

Shreveport, La. 
Chester, S. C. 
Elkton, Va. ' 
Raccoon Ford, Va. 



Class of 1903 



Keith L. Bullitt 
Waller Jameson 
Ephriam Roland Mulford 



John Wilson Somerville 
Basil DeLashmutt Boteler 
George Harrison Wallace 



Student 
Student 
Student 



Class of 1904 



Student 
Student 
Student 



Louisville, Ky. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Bridgeton, N. J. 
45 N. Giles St. 



Culpepper, Va. 
Ballston, Va. 
Canandaigua, N. Y 



PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE 

GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANL\ 

Founded in 1832 First Class Graduated in 1834 

A Denominational Institution (Lutheran) 

DEPARTMENTS 

CLASSICAL scientific PREPARATORY 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $300,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus - - - - 75,000.00 

Amount of endowment ..... 200,000.00 

Value of productive funds ..... igo.ooo.oo 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 25,000.00 

Tuition in collegiate department .... 30.00 

Number of volumes in library .... 24,000 

Number of professors and instructors . - - - 15 

Number of students in attendance .... 252 

Number of students in each department: Classical, 161; Scientific, 29; Pre- 
paratory, 62. 

Women are admitted, and constitute about 5 per cent, of the attendance. 

THETA CHAPTER 

Founded April 3, 1863 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Kappa Psi, 1855; Phi Gamma Delta, 1858; Zeta Psi (inactive), 1861-70; Chi 
Phi (inactive), 1867-72; Phi Delta Theta, 1875; Alpha Tau Omega, 1882; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon (inactive), 1893-95. 



THETA CHAPTER 

PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE 



Michael Colver 
A.B., A.M. 



Simon Peter Mikesell 



Class of 1863 

Clergyman 

Class of 1864 

Merchant 



Lanark, 111. 



Ponca, Neb. 



Class of 1865 

Thomas Charles Billheimer Teacher 

A.B., A.M., D.D. Professor of German and Hebrew, 

Theological Seminary, Gettys- 
burg, Pa. 



Gettysburg, Pa. 



Phihp Melanchthon Bikle 

A.B., A.M. 

Ph.D., Roanoke Col. 
*Albert M. Gibson 

Theophilus Henry Tritle Sahm 
Thomas William Saeger 

A.B., A.M. 
William Calhoun Schaeffer 
A.B.. A.M. D.D., Newberry 
Col. 
*Henry LaFayette Ziegenfuss 
A.B. A.M., St. Stephen's Col., 
N. Y., 1875. D.D. 



Gettysburg, Pa. 



Class of 1866 

Teacher 

Professor in Pa. Col. 

Delegate to Fifth Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law Washington, D. C. 

Died in February, 1899 
Physician ' Pittsburg, Pa. 

Miller Allentown, Pa. 

Clergyman Savannah, Ga. 

Pastor Church of the Ascension 

Clergyman 

Died February 8, 1894 



Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 



Class of 1867 



*Henry Black 

Michael William Jacobs 

A.B., A.M. 
Frank T. Shaw 

M.D. 
*Benaiah Christian Snyder 

A.B. 
Jacob John Weaver, Jr. 

A.B., A.M. 

M.D., Univ. of Maryland, 1870 



Max Nirdlinger 
*William Ewing Sturgis 



Mercersburg, Pa. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 



Farmer 

Died May 27, 1888 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to Si.xth Grand Chapter 
Merchant Westminster, Md. 

U. S. Commissioner, Baltimore, Md 
Clergyman Allentown, Pa. 

Died May lo, 1883 
Physician tUniontown, Pa. 

Delegate to Si.xth Grand Chapter 



Class of 1868 
Manufacturer 

Druggist 

Date of death unknown 



Philadelphia Pa. 

4418 Pine St. 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 



PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE 



123 



*Charles Mortimer Dawson 
LL.B., Albany Law School 



Charles D. Gorham 
John Rush Hoagland 

David Brainard Lady 

Franklin and IVIarshall Col. 



Class of 1869 
Attorney at Law 



Judije Superior Court of Allen Co 

Delegate to Sixth. Ninth and Seven- 
teenth Grand Chapters 

Grand Consul of Seventeenth Grand 
Chapter 

Died October 4, 1899 



Fort Wayne, Ind. 



' 1869; A.M., i 

D.D.Jbid., 

Joshua Motter 



Railroad Official 

President of Kenwood Club 
Clergyman 

Recording SecretarySundaySchool 
Board Keformed Church in 
United States 
Merchant 



Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Chicago, HI. 

5069 Lake .\ve. 
Arendtsville, Pa. 
Adams Co. 

St. Joseph, Mo. 



Class of 1870 

*Charles Philip Krauth, Jr. 

A.B., 1S69; A.M.. 1872, Univ. of Pa. Died December 27, 1S99 

Michael Reed Minnich Clergyman 

A.B., A.M. 

S.T.B., Seminary Evangelical 
Lutheran Church, 1873 
Jefferson Zachary Taylor Physician 

M.D., Jefferson Medical Col., 1875 



Pittsburg, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

1021 Market St. 



Baltimore, Md. 



Abraham E. Carpenter 
*Luther T. Deininger 

♦Albert S. Kemp 



Class of 1871 

Physician 
Merchant 

Died August 3, 1897 
Accountant 

Delegate to Eleventh. Twelfth and 
Thirteenth Grand Chapters 

Died March 24, 1895 
Dentist 
Dentist 



Boonton, N. J. 
York, Pa. 

Havre de Grace, Md. 



William F. Stansbury Dentist Lexington, Miss. 

Edward Hopkinson Stelle Dentist IBrooklyn, N. Y. 

D.D.S., Baltimore Col. Dental Surgery 

Samuel Augustus Weikert Clergyman Paterson, N. J. 

A.B., A.M. Rector of St. Mark's Church 

*Henry Woodward Attorney at Law Reading, Pa. 

A.B., Muhlenberg Col. Died February 27, 1878 



George Nicholas Acker 
A B., A.M. 

M.D., Columbian Univ., 1874 
M.D., Univ. of Berlin, 1877 



William Jacob Acker 
*Legh Richmond Myers 
A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1872 

Physician Washington, D, C. 

Professor of Pediatrics, Medical 913, loth St., N.W. 

Dept. Columbian Univ. 

Attending Physician to and Dean 
of the School of Nursing, The 
Children's Hospital and Colum- 
bian Univ. Hosjiital 

Member Board of Medical Exam- 
iners of District of Columbia 
Merchant Washington, D. C. 

Attorney at Law Bethlehem, Pa. 

Delegate to Eigiith Grand Chapter 

Died May 25, 1895 



Luther Albertus Burrell 

A.B., A.M. 
*George L. Eyster 

M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1874 



Class of 1874 

Merchant Cincinnati, O. 

With Pomeroy Iron and Steel Co. 
Physician Rock Island, III. 

Date of death unknown 



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THETA CHAPTER 



Milton Bixler Hartzell 

A.B., A.M. 

M.D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1877 
McClellan Hersh 
Charles Milton Stock 

A.B., A.M. 

D.D., Pa. Col., 1898 



Charles Alfred Suesserott 

A.B., A.M. 
George Everett Titus 

A.B., A.M. 

M.D.. Bellevue Hospital Med. Col 
John Adam Wirt 

A.B., A.M. 

D.D., Midland Col. 



George Edwin M. Herbst 

A.B., A.M. 

M.D., Jefferson Medical Col., ig 
Dewitt Clinton Hillegass 



Physician Philadelphia, Pa. 

Instructor in Dermatolog}', Med. 3644 Chestnut St. 

Department, Univ. of Pa. 
Accountant Philadelphia, Pa. 

Clei'gyman Hanover, Pa, 

Delejfate to Eleventh Grand Chapter 
Secretary Board of Trustees, Pa. Col. 
President West Pa. Synod of Lutheran Church 
Grand Generalissimo of Grand Commandery 
of Pa., Knights Templar 

Attorney at Law Chambersburg, Pa. 



Physician 

Member of Borough Council 
,1877 
Clergyman 



Hightstown, N. J. 
Des Moines, la. 



Class of 1875 

Physician Oley, Berks Co., Pa. 

Member Pennsylvania State Sen- 
1 ate, 1901-1905 

Insurance Philadelphia, Pa. 

Manager N. Y. Life Ins. Co. 3323 North Broad St. 



John Sylvanus AUeman 
A.B., LL.B., Univ. of Pa. 

Louis Henry Clement 

A.B., A.M. 
*George l^udolph Freeman 

A.B., A.M.. D.I3., Yale Divinity 
School, 1885 
*David Arnold Horner 

A.B. 
William Alfred Shipman 

A.B.. A.M. 
Samuel Schumucker Willard 

A.B. 



Thomas Morris DeFrees 

Edward L Fields 
William I^obert Hoch 
A.B., A.M., M.D. 



John M. McConaughy 

*Richard H. Welfley 

M.D., Univ. of Md., 188: 
Herman F. Willard 



John Sheldon Davis 
John T. Diebert 
John Fahnestock 

A.B., A.M. 
Charles Griffith 
Winslow Shelby Pierce 

LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1879 



Class of 1876 

Attorney at Law 

Grand Consul of Twenty-third 
Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 

Teacher 

Died April 10, 1898 

Clerk 

Died August 26, 1880 
Clergyman 

Trustee Pa. Col. 
Teacher 



Class of 1877 

Soldier 

Officer in U. S. .-^rmy 

Physician 

Class of 1878 

Merchant 

Physician 

Date of death unknown 

Class of 1879 

Merchant 
Merchant 

Real Estate and Insurance 
Delegate to Thirteenth Grand 

Attorney at Law 



Harrisburg, Pa. 

21 North Third St. 

Salisbury, N. C. 
Meadville, Pa. 

Washington, D. C 
Johnstown, Pa. 
New Bloomfield, Pa. 



Washington, D. C. 

Care War Dept. 
tFond du Lac, Wis. 
Pueblo, Col. 

108 and 109 Central Blk. 



Johnstown, Pa. 

Covenaugh Ave. 
Cumberland, Md. 

ILoysville, Pa. 



tNorristown, Pa. 
Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 
Watertown, S. D. 
Chapter 

Baltimore, Md. 

New York, N. Y. 

W. 58th St. 



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125 



Arthur L. Hummel 

M.D., Univ. of Mich., li 
*Gilliland McMiller 

♦Richard W. Saylor 

M.D. 
Eugene Abraham Stahler 



Class of 1880 

Physician 



Died Feb. i, 188; 
Physician 

Died January 26. 1891 
Merchant 



F.H.G., Fhila. Col. of Fharraacy, 1882 

Class of 1881 
Attorney at Law 



Thomas Calvin Linn 

A.B. 
♦Emory Lloyd Loudon 

A.B. 
Samuel Steel'Blair Ramey 
Henry Spangler Waidlich 



Attorney at Law 

Died February, 1900 

Merchant 
Merchant 



fPhiladelphia, Pa. 
Catonsville, Md. 
Easton, Pa. 
Norristown, Pa. 

Salisbury, N. C. 

Altoona, Pa. 

Ramey, Pa. 
Mercersburg, Pa. 



♦William Denver Loudon 

Charles Reuben Trowbridge 
A.B., A.M. 



George Mvers Walter 
A.B., A.M. 



Halleck Paige Fahnestock 



John Bruce McPherson 
A.B., A.M. 
LL.B.. Univ. of Fa., 1888 



William Lenhart McPherson 
A.B., A.M., Harvard Univ., 1885 

Calvin Riley Unger 
A.B. 



Jacob Lawrence Butt 

A.B. 
Henry Jacob Fahnestock, Jr. 
♦William Uurst Fleck 

Fh.G., Fhiladelphia Col. of Phar 
macy, 1883 

John Douty Kutzner 
♦Martin Grant Lilly 

Henry Moss Wolf 
A.B.. A.M. 



Class of 1882 

Died July 3. 1885 
Clergyman 

Delegate to Htb Grand Chapter 

Grand Fraetor, 1884-5 

Editor of The Sigma Chi, 1880-S3 
Attorney at Law 



Altoona, Pa. 

Easton, Pa. 

223 Porter St. 

Gettysburg, Pa. 



Class of 1883 

Merchant St. Paul, Minn. 

Manager Youghiogheny & Lehigh 
Coal Co. 
Attorney at Law Gettysburg, Pa. 

Trustee Pa. College 

Vice-President Gettysburg National Bank 

Delegate to 15th and 19th Grand Chapters 

Grand Fraetor Second Province, 1885-6 
Newspaper Correspondent Washington, D. C. 

1322 F St., N.W. 
Attorney at Law Washington, D. C. 



Class of 1884 

Attorney at Law 

Banker 
Student 

Died April 4. 18S4 

Agent 
Draughtsman 

Died March 4. 1895 
Banker 

Cashier Farmers' Bank 



Gettysburg, Pa. 

Watertown, S. D. 
New Kingston, Pa. 

Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
York, Pa. 

Mififlinburg, Pa. 



William Lincoln Glatfelter 
Christian Gosh 

A.B. LL.B.. Univ. of Pa., 18: 



Daniel Ott Gehr 
Charles Ezra Stable 
A.B. 



Class of 1886 

Manufacturer 
Merchant 



Class of 1887 

Attorney at Law 
Publisher 

Editor Gettysburg Compiler 



Spring Forge, Pa. 
Nevada, Mo. 



Chambersburg, Pa. 
Gettysburg Pa. 



126 



THETA CHAPTER 



Class of 1888 



Edwin J. McKee 



Washington, D. C. 
1312 N St., N. W. 



*John Peter Benedict 



Class of 1889 

Merchant Bedford, Pa. 

Died in 1890 

H. W. Irvine Brugh Commercial Traveler Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

Donald Paxton McPherson Attorney at Law Gettysburg, Pa. 

A.B. LL.B., Harvard, June, 1895 Member Pa. House of Represen- 
tatives, 1901-3 
Norman Crawford McPherson Electrical Engineer Hagerstown, Md. 

A.B. E.E., Joiins Hopkins Univ., 1892 
John Reed Scott Attorney at Law Pittsburg, Pa. 

With White, Childs & Scott Bakevvell Law Bldg. 



Class of 1890 

Edward Cumberland Kershner Physician New York City 

A.B. M.D., Col. Physicians Inspector Health Dept. N. Y. City 77 W. loist St. 

and Surgeons 
*William Harry Kitzmiller 

Wingert Physician • Knoxville, Tenn. 

Ph.G., Philadelphia Col. Phar- Died March 6, 1900 

macy 
M.D., Tennessee Med. School 
James Clark Rankin Attorney at Law - Mercersburg, Pa. 



Garnet Gehr 

A.B. 
William Hersh 

A.B. 
Daniel Krapt 
Thomas C. Sangree 



Class of 1891 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 



M.D., Medico-Chirurgical CoL, 1890 



Physician 



Chambersburg, Pa. 

Gettysburg, Pa. 

tFrostburg, Md. 
fCettysburg, Pa. 



Charles Spangler Dakin 
Warren K. Damuth 



Frank Hersh 

B.S. 
Luther Allen Sangree 
John Brainerd Wolf 



Class of 1892 

Attorney at Law Carlisle, Pa. 

Clergyman Philadelphia, Pa. 

Assistant Rector St. Mark's Epis- 1635 Locust St. 
copal Church 
Chemist Youngstown, O. 

Chief Chemist, Republic Iron & Steel Co. 
Magazine Correspondent Steelton, Pa. 

Merchant Carlisle, Pa. 



Charles Harold Gillespie 

Edmund Kelley Fox 

LL.B., Georgetown Univ., 1897 

*Charles Stork Wolf 
A.B. 



Class of 1893 

Reporter 

Delegate to i8th Grand Chapter 
Real Estate 

Vice-President A. F. Fox Com- 
pany 
Student 

Died May 2, 1893 



Pittsburg, Pa. 

Care Pittsburg Leader 
Washington, D. C. 

920 F St., N.W. 

Gettysburg, Pa. 



PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE 



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Parvin Edar Deatrick 



Class of 1894 

Merchant 

Treasurer Board of Trade 
President Building,' Association 
Director First National Bank 



Christian Frederick Lindauer 

A.B., Dickinson Col., 1899 
Orville Lincoln Sigafoos Clergyman 

A.B.. FavetteCol., 1S94 

A.M., ibid., 18^7 

B.D., Union Tiieological Sem., 1897 



Milton- Valentine Miller 



Norman Swope Heindel 

LL.B.. Columbia Univ., 1898 
Edward Whitmer Loudon 

B.S. M.D., Univ. Fa., 1901. 
Oscar A. Stuckenberg 



Class of 1895 

Merchant 

Class of 1896 

Attorney at Law 



Martinsburg, W. Va. 



Baltimore, Md. 

918 Russell St. 

Hastings -on-the-Hud- 
son, N. Y, 



Bangor, Pa. 

Oakland, Md. 
Altoona, Pa. 



Physician 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 
Clerk Cincinnati, O. 

City Civil Engineer's Department 1647 Westwood Ave. 



Henry Wolf Bikle 

A.B., A.M. LL.B., Univ. Pa. 
Charles W. Humrichouse 

Frank Schock Leisenring 
B.S. 

*Walter S. Monath 

Henry Olewine 
Robbin Bayard Wolf 
A.B., A.M. 



Augustus Meyer Bixler 



William Henry Harrison Bix 
M.D.. D.D.S.. Baltimore Col. 
Dental Surgery. 1898 

Howard Bayard Erdman 
B.S. 

John Wendt 

LL.B., Columbia Univ., 1900 



*Webster Welsh Good 

John DeKalb Keith 
B.S. 



Paul Harold Bikle 

A.B, 
David Dale 

B.D. 
William Grove Lawyer 
McClean Stock 

A.B. 
Charles Wendt 



Class of 1897 
Attorney at Law 
Merchant 

Soldier 

ist Lieutenant, U. S. Volunteers. 
Co. B, 46th Regiment 
Student 

Died September 5, 1895 
Merchant 
Law Student 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Drexel Bldg. 

Baltimore, Md. 

no Commerce St. 

Chambersburg, Pa. 

Chambersburg, Pa. 

Hazelton, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

3S6 LippincottSt. 



Class of 1898 

Mine Operator 

.Assistant ALanager of Iron Chief 
Mine. Riverside Co. 
ler Dentist 

Asst. Prof. Orthodontia, Dental 
Dept. of Baltimore Medical Col 
Student 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 



Walters, Cal. 

Baltimore, Md. 

1823 North Charles St. 

Macungie, Pa. 

New York, N. Y. 
99 Nassau St. 



Class of 1899 

Merchant 

Died March 14, 1901 

Student 

Class of 1900 

Student 

Student 

Merchant 
Teacher 

Professor in Pa. College 
Accountant 



Pine Hill, Pa. 
Gettysburg, Pa. 

Gettysburg, Pa. 

Lemont, Pa. 

Westminster, Md. 
Hanover, Pa. 

New York City 
72 W, i2oth St. 



I2S 



THETA CHAPTER 



Class of 1901 



Newton Fredericks 
William Gideon Leisenring 
A.B. ^ 

George W. Loudon 
Archibald Munroe 
Alexander Hay O'Neal 

A.B. 
William Frank Rosensteel 

Richard Baxter Stock 
A.B. 



Joseph Nisley Lamman 
Calvin Blaine Loudon 
Clyde Baker Weikert 



Perry McLaughlin 
Ralph Stemer Reifsnyder 
Lewis Oscar Young 
Howard Boylston Young 
DeLanson James Young 



Walter Young Sprenkle 
Clarence Milton Schaeffer 



John Criswell Stine 
Marlin Wilmer Shorb 



Merchant 


Lock Haven, Pa. 


Student 


Chambersburg, Pa. 


Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 




Grand Praetor First Province, 1901- 


Merchant 


Gettysburg, Pa. 


Merchant 


Lock Haven, Pa. 


Student 


Gettysburg, Pa. 


Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 




Student 


Johnstown, Pa. 




Main and Walnut Sts 


Student 


Hanover, Pa. 


Class of 1902 




Merchant 


Middletown, Pa. 


Student 


Altoona, Pa. 


Student 


Woodsboro, Md. 


Class of 1903 




Student 


Mason-Dixon, Pa. 


Merchant 


Westminster, Md. 


Student 


Middletown, Pa. 


Student 


Middletown, Pa. 


Merchant 


Middletown, Pa. 


Class of 1904 




Student 


Hanover, Pa. 


Student 


Westminster, Md. 


Class of 1905 




Student 


Shippensburg, Pa. 


Student 


Double Pipecreek, 



Md. 



BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY 

LEWISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 

FOUND.ED IN 1846 Chartered in 1846 

A Denominational Institution (Baptist) 

DEPARTMENTS 
collegiate preparatory music 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds, including amount of endowment 

and equipment ------ $750,000.00 

Value of productive funds - - . . . 400,000.00 

Income from all sources for iSgg-igoo - . - . 35,000.00 

Tuition in college of liberal arts department - - - 75-00 

Number of volumes in library . . . . . 21,000 

Number of professors and instructors ... - 30 

Number of students in attendance ----- 487 

Women are admitted and constitute about one-third of the attendance. 

KAPPA CHAPTER 

Founded March 4, 1864 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Kappa Psi, 1855; Theta Delta Chi (inactive), 1866-73; Phi Gamma Delta, 
1882; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1893; Kappa Sigma, 1896; Pi Beta Phi, 1894; Theta 
Delta Chi, 1897. 



129 



KAPPA CHAPTER 

BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY 



*William Henry Runyon 

A.B., A.M. 
Orlando Wellington Spratt 

A.B., A.M. LL.B., Harvard 
Univ.. 1866 
Thomas Miles Shanafelt 



A.B., A.M. D.D.. Judsonia Univ., 1SS2 



Class of 1861 

Merchant Morristown, N. J. 

Died in 1S81 

Agent Philadelphia, Pa. 

Financial Agent for the Society 1122 Chestnut St. 

for Providing Literature for the Blind 

Clergyman Huron, S. D. 



Jacob Garrett Walker 
A.B., A. M. D.D., 188- 



George Bowman 

A.B., A.M. 
Henry F. Grier 

David Porter Leas 
A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1862 

Clergyman 

Recording Secretary American 

Baptist Publication Society 
Editor American Baptist Year Book 



69 Illinois St. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

649 N. 40th St. 



Class of 1863 

Government Official 

In U. S. Pension Office 
Mechanical Engineer 

Merchant 

Trustee West Philadelphia 

Institute 

Trustee and Troas. Bucknell Univ. 
Manager .American Baptist Publication Society 
Pres. Pa. Tanners' Fire Ins. Co. 
Manager of Trades League 



Anacostia, D. C. 

Chicago, 111. 

57 Congress St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

400 S. 40th St. 



i 



William Forbes Cowden 

A.B.Jefferson Col., 1858 
A.M., Bucknell Univ. 

Theodore A. K. Gessler 
A.B., A.M., D.D. 

Clinton D. Gibbon 

Jewet Gilbert Homet 

A.B. 
John B. Hutton 

A.B.. A.M. 
Franklin Penn Lefevre 
*Chauncey Bolivar Ripley 

A.B.. A.M. LL.B.,Univ. of N.Y 
1865 

LL.D.. Bucknell Univ., 1S88 
Robert Agnew Townsend 

A.B. 
*William G. Van Zant 

A.B , A.M., M.D. 



Class of lE 

Clergyman 



Tacoma, Wash. 

812 M St. 



Clergyman Lake Hopatcong, N. J. 

Delegate to 20th and 24th Grand Chapters 

Orator 24th and 25th Grand Chapters 
Manufacturer Philadelphia, Pa. 

525 Cherry St. 
Accountant Monroetown, Pa. 

Chicago, 111. 

451 S. Normal Parkway 
Lancaster, Pa. 
New York, N. Y. 



Clergyman 

Manufacturer 
Attorney at Law 
, Died November 12, 1893 



Teacher 

Vice-Prin. Boys' High School 
Physician 

Died 1874 

130 



Reading, Pa. 

38 N. loth St. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 



BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY 



Theophilus Eaton Clapp 

A.B.. A.M. 
*John W. Custis 

D.D.. Columbian Univ. 
Henry B. Fowler 

Fli.B., M.C.E., Polytechnic Co) 
*Henry J. Heinen 

*J. Washington Irving 

*Edward Everett Jones 

A.B., A.M. 
Howard Fetzer King 

A.B;, A.M. D.D., 1895 
Thomas Seyse 



Class of 1865 

Clergyman 

Clergyman 

Died March 6, 1S88 
Civil Engineer 
, State of Pa., 1873 
Merchant 

Died in March, 1887 

Date of death unknown 
Clergyman 

Died in 1S98 
Clergyman 

Clergyman , 



Manchester Conn. 

590 Beech St. 
Chicago, 111, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

436 Walnut St. 
Milton, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 

Clinton, N. J. 

Uniontown, Pa. 

Sandusky, O. 



Class of 1866 



Nathaniel C. Giddings 

B.S., M.S., M.D., Univ. of Fa. 
John Speed Hutson 

A.B.. A.M. 
Amzi Wolverton Mettler 
Thomas Elliott Phillips 

A.B. 
Thomas F. Smith 
*Alfred Taylor 

B.S. LL.B., Columbia Col. 



Physician 

Clergyman 

Clergyman 
Clergyman 



tChatham Run, Pa. 

Allegheny City, Pa. 

1006 Kirkpatrick Ave. 
Hedgeville, N. Y. 
North Mehoopany, Pa. 



Clergyman Clifton, N. Y. 

Attorney at Law New York, N. Y. 

Deleg^ate to Sth and 20th Grand Chapters 

Died January 9, 1899 



Jacob Dietterich James 
David Morgan Jones 

A.B., A.M. 
Hiram McGowan 

M.D.,Univ. of Pa.. 1868 
*Charles S. Marks 

B.S. 
Webster Rufus Maul 

B.S. 
Thomas P. Merritt 
Emerick Harrison Painter 

A.B., A.M. 
Thomas Jones Phillips 

A.B. 
John B. Ritner 
Joseph Latta Watson 

A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1867 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Attorney at Law 

Died August 15, i8t 
Clergyman 

Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Farmer 

Clergyman 
Clergyman 



Sunbury, Pa. 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 

Lewistown, Pa. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Reading, Pa. 
Mossy Rock, Wash. 

Atglen, Pa. 

tPhiladelphia, Pa. 
fPhiladelphia, Pa. 



S. O. Reed 

Charles Hendry Shivers 

M.D., Jefferson Medical Col., 1872 
Mark R. Sooy 

A.M. 
William Griggs Stahlnecker 



Class of 1868 

Physician 
Attorney at Law 
Merchant 



Sunbury, Pa. 
Haddonfield, N. J. 

61 \V. Main St. 
Mt. Holly, N. J. 

Yonkers, N. Y. 



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KAPPA CHAPTER 



J. Thomas Baker 

A.M. 
John T. Baldwin 
F. K. Fowler 

A.B., A.M. 
*Hirani Hancock 

John H. Harris 

A.B., A.M. Ph.D., Lafayette Col 
Robert Evan James 

A.B., A.M. 

John H. Kain 
C.E. 

George D. Kincaid 
Henry L. Kinport 

David Rogers Landis 

Albert Schooley 

A.B., A.M. 
William Strode Settle 
Alfred Scott Sheller 



Class of 1869 

Attorney at Law 

Pres. of tlie Union National Bank 



Clergyman 



Lewisburg, Pa. 

'tNew York, N. Y. 
Glean, N. Y. 

Oil City, Pa. 

Lewisburg, Pa. 



Died July 25, 1898 

Teacher 

President of Bucknell University 
Attorney at Law and Banker Easton, Pa. 

Delegate to Sth and loth Grand 
Chapters 

Civil Engineer 

With Me.xican Central R. R, 



Missionary 
Railroad Employee 

With O. S. L. R'y Co. 
Clergyman 

Delegate to 6th Grand Chapter 
Auditor of Lewis Co. 

Real Estate and Insurance 
Merchant 



City of Mexico, Mex. 
Care Mexican Central 
R. R. 
Burmah 
Pocatella, Idaho 

fLaramie, Wyo. 

Chehalis, Wash. 

Lewistown, Pa. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 



George L. Groff 

Peter Wesley Himmelreich 

Jacob Hunt 

George D. Miles 
*William Henry Slifer 

Arthur W. Wright 



*W. Herbert Crotzer 

M.D. 
George Woods Goodman 

William V. Kerr 
Frank S. Marr 
B.S. 



Class of 1870 

Merchant 



Farmer 

Date of death unknown 



Class of 1871 

Physician 

Died in 1898 
Traveling Salesman 

With Hood, Fulkrod & Co. 
Farmer 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 8th Grand Chapter 



tStroudsburg, Pa. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

51 N. loth St. 
Big Rapids, Mich. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 

fCincinnati, O. 



Vineland, N. J. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mooresburg, Pa, 
Germantown, Pa. 



♦Aaron W. Eyer 

A.M. M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1875 

*George Ogden, Jr. 
B.S. 

*Milton Klinger Schwenk 



Willard Ogden Shaffer 
A.B., A.M. 

John Henry Wingert 
B.S. 



Class of 1872 

Physician Leadville, Col. 

t)ied in Cleveland, Ohio, Decem- 
ber 19, 1895 
Merchant Philadelphia, Pa. 

Delegate to loth Grand Chapter 

Died August 19, 1892 
Naval Officer New York, N. Y. 

Lieut, in U. S. Navy 

Died June 17, 1899 
Prothonotary Lewisburg, Pa. 

Member of Bd. Directors Lewis- 
burg National Bank 
Farmer Lewisburg, Pa. 



BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY 



Clarence A, Brown 
Addison Candor 

A.B. A.M., Col. of N.J. , 1876 
Frank J. Ingraham 
Nicholas Paris Mervine 

A.B., A.M. 
Horace Mann Shallenberger 

M.D., Jerterson Med. Col., 1876 
Freeman Golding Teed 

A.B., A.M. 

William Cameron Walls 

A.B., A.M. 
Porter Martin Wilson 



Class of 1873 



Attorney at Law 

Dentist 
Attorney at Law 

Physician 



Exeter, Pa. 
Williamsport, Pa. 

fBrupswick, Ga. 
Altoona, Pa. 

Rochester, Pa. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 



Attorney at Law 

Delefrate to loth Grand Chapter 

Grand Praetor 8th Province, 1897-1899 
Merchant Lewisburg, Pa. 



Mechanical Engineer and 
Merchant 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
1914 N. 30th St. 



Ward Raymond Bliss 
A.B., A.'M. 

Clifford Blackburn 
James H. Dietrick 

LL.B.. Albany Law School, 1875 
James Milo Giddings 

M.D., Univ. of Pa.ri875 
*William D. Himmelreich 

Alfred Curtis Knowlton 

A.B., A.M. 
Melvin E. Lynn 
Alem Kennedy Marr 
James C. \'an Dyke 



Class of 1874 

Attorney at Law 

Member Pennsylvania Legis- 
lature 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Merchant 

Died October 23, 1897 
Clergyman 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Journalist 

With Public Ledger 



Chester, Pa. 

8og Madison St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
■fDes Moines, la. 

tScranton, Kan. 

Lewisburg, Pa. 

Roxborough, Pa. 

Cincinnati, O. 
Mt. Calvert, Md. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



John Foster Duncan 

A.B. 
*Robert Davenport Evans 

A.B., A.M. 
*Wilfred Gerhart 

A.B., A.M. >LD., Hahnemann 
Med. Col. of Pa., 1879 

Delazon Perry Higgins 

B.S. 
George Harmer McClelland 

A.B., A.M. 
George William Means 

A.B.. A.^L 
*John Reisinger 

M.D., Bellevue Hospital Med. 
Col. 
Jonathan Follmer Strieby 

A.B., A.M. 
♦Philip L. Taylor 

Cyrus Trego 

A.B., A.M. M.D., Univ. of Pa., 
Thomas Kittera Van Dyke 

A.B., A.>L 
William H. Young 



Class of 1875 

Attorney at Law 

Vice-Pres. Union Nat'l Bank 
Attorney at Law 

Died February 18, 1899 
Physician 

Died in 1899 

Postmaster 

Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Date of death unknown 

Attorney at Law- 
Merchant 

Died May 24, 1882 
Physician 
1878 
Attorney at Law 



Lewisburg, Pa. 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 

Lewisburg, Pa. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
108 Laurel .St. 
Brookville, Pa. 

Connellsville, Pa. 

Williamsport, Pa. 

Brookville, Pa. 

Pottstown, Pa. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 

Care State Dept. 
tAchor, O. 



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KAPPA CHAPTER 



David Burnite Callaghan 
William Dysart Holliday 

*Wade Hampton Matson 



Oliver B. Dickinson 

Eugene Emley 

A.B. 
William Ruckman Follmer 

A.B., A.M. 
Harold Murray McClure 

A.B., A.M. 
David Brainard Marr 
Frank B. Mercer 
Edmund Homer Reppert 

A.B., A.M. 
Charles J. Wolfe 

A.B. 



James Ernest Frear 

A.B., A.M. 
Edward R. Helmhold 
David Darwin Hughes 
Amos R. Shalkop 

Malcolm Wise 



*David Austin Chase 

*Frank Shaw Davis 

A.B., A.M. 
William Hart Fowler 

^Frederick Taylor Marsh 
Albert J. Shedden 



Abram W. Frear 
Thomas Lewis Lewis 

A.B., A.M. 
James Plannett 

A.B., A.M. 

Samuel Lewis Ziegler 

A.B., A.M. M.D., Univ. ofPa. 



Paul Stone Horton 



Class of 1876 

Manufacturer W. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Supt. Angora Spinning Mill jSth & Baltimore Ave 

Railroad Oftcial St. Louis, Mo. 

Assistant General Freight Agent of the Cleveland 
Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis R'y. 
Merchant 

Died May g, 1877 

Class of 1877 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Capt. Co. A, i2th Regt., N. G. 
Attorney at Law 

Judge 17th Dist., Pa. 
Merchant 
Journalist 
Attorney at Law 

Judge Fayette Co. 
Merchant 

Class of 1878 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 



Brookville, Pa. 



Chester, Pa. 

3300 W. gth St. 
Paterson, N. J. 

119 Washington St. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 

Sunbury Pa. 

Croome Station, Md. 
tEureka, Nev. 
Uniontown, Pa. 

Lewisburg, Pa. 



Banker 

Cashier First National Bank 

Class of 1879 

Merchant 

Died June 10, 1888 

Date of death unknown 
Merchant 

Merchant 

Died April 2, 1900 

With Spang, Chalfant & Co. 
Class of 1880 



Tunkhannock, Pa. 

Montgomery, Pa. 
tGrand Rapids, Mich. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

4660 Ridge Ave., Rox- 
borough 
Du Bois, Pa. 



Jeffries, Pa. 

Lewisburg, Pa. 

Montgomery Station, 

Pa. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



Miner 
Clergyman 



Factoryville, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

a3o6oEast Thompson St. 
ergyman Sedalia, Mo. 

Financial Agt. Clarkesburg College 1015 E. 5th St 
and Member of its Board of Curators 
Physician Philadelphia, Pa. 

Surgeon at Wills Eye Hospital 1509 Walnut St. 

Surgeon in Charge, Eye Department 

St. Joseph's Hospital 
President Philadelphia Alumni Chap- 
ter of Sigma Chi 
Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 

Class of 1881 

Hotel Warren, Pa. 

337-339 Water St. 



BUCKNELL UxNIVERSITY 



35 



Elijah D. Campbell 
Thomas P. Lloyd 

Joseph Walter Price 
James Brown Stevenson 



Class of 1882 



Merchant 

Lloyd & Co. 

Fraternity Jewelry Agt., 1882-1S 
Merchant 

Dry Goods & Carpets 
Grocer 

With J. K. Stevenson Co. 



Williamsport, Pa. 
Hollidaysburg, Pa. 

Ashland, Pa. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
108 Dithridge St. 



Eli Hickman Eldridge 

William H. Hassenplug 

Vinton Liddell 

George Augustus Lung 
A.B.. Univ. Rochester, 1883 
M.D., Univ. Pa.. 1886 



Arthur W. Evans 
Charles Harold Hayes 

*Henry Carpenter Overholt 

Owen Malcolm Shreve 

B.S. M.D., Univ. of Buffalo 



William Preston Beaver 
A.B.,A.M. 

Andrew Miller Freas 

LL.B., Vale, 1890 
Rolfe Gerhart 

John Halfpenny 

Charles Harvey Hunter 
Carl Clayton Law 
A.B., A.M. 

Wm. Duncan McRae 
W. E. Renshaw 

Ralph Montgomery Straw- 
bridge 
A.B.. A.M. 
♦Garry H. Wood 



Class of 1883 

Salesman 

Salesman 

Manufacturer 

Delegate to 14th Grand Chapter 
Physician 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

183S Mt. Vernon St. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

160 Clinton St. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

New York, N. Y 



Ass't Surgeon U. S. Navy, Brooklyn Navy Vard 



Class of 1884 

Clerk 

With Denver Rio G. R.R. 
Naval Officer 

Lieutenant on the U. S. S. Con- 
cord, stationed at Manila 
Manufacturer 

Died December 3, 1S94 
Chemist 



•fDenver, Colo. 
Manila, P. L 

Cleveland, O. 

London, Eng. 

No. 3 Talbot Road 
Wembelley 



Class of 1885 

Accountant 

.Auditor .Am. Tin Plate Co. 

Delegate to 15th Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 



New York, N. Y. 
Battery Park Bldg. 



Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

27, 28, 29 Laning Bldg. 

Merchant Clay Court House, W. 

Gen. Man. C. L. Ritter Lumber Co. \'a. 
Merchant Philadelphia, Pa, 

200 Girard Bldg. 
Greensburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
413 Wood St. 



Attorney at Law 
Accountant 

Treas. Merchant Trust Co. 

Delegate to 15th Grand Chapter 

State Bank E.xaminer 
Merchant 
Merchant 
Attorney at Law 



Real Estate 

Died March 3, 1893. 



Rockingham, N. C. 
Plvmouth, Pa. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Chicago, 111. 



*James Leigh Merriman 
Benjamin Franklin Squier 
Arthur Thomas Welles 



Class of 1887 

Electrician 

Journalist 

Electrician 

Supt. with Western Electric Co. 
Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 
Member of Pub. Com. Sigma Chi 
Catalogue, Edition 1890 



Lewisburg, Pa. 
Scranton, Pa. 
Chicago, 111. 



136 



KAPPA CHAPTER 



William Carroll Ginter 



Ralph Buckley Little 
*William Sallie Patrick 

M.D.. Univ. Pa., 1889 ' 
Oliver Kline Pellman 

A.B. 
*Milton Compton Reinhold 

A.B. 



Class of 1888 

Clerk Lewisburg, Pa. 

With C. Dreisbach & Sons, Whole- 
sale Hardware 
Attorney at Law Montrose, Pa. 

Physician Ouinton, N. J. 

Date of death unknown 
Dentist Mifflinburg, Pa. 

Fraternity Jewelry Agent, 1888-1890 

Mahanoy City, Pa. 

Delegate to the i6th Grand Chapter 

Died March 2. 1894 



Albert Opdyke Freas 
Edwin Heister Guie 



Frank Bentley Hargrave 
Jesse Oliver Shipman 



Class of 1889 

Physician fScranton, Pa. 

Attorney at Law N. Seattle, Wash. 

Member State Legislature 745 Bellevue .\ve. 

Speaker of House of Representatives 
Attorney at Law Latrobe, Pa. 

Member State Legislature 
Civil Engineer Shamokin, Pa. 

Assistant Engineer Rapid Transit R. R. 
Commission, New York Citv 



Charles Foster Campbell 
Philip Billmeyer Wolfe 



Class of 1890 



Physician 
Merchant 



Sunbury, Pa. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 



Class of 1891 



Medus Monroe Davis 



Physician 

Coroner of Indiana County 
Charles De Woody Clergyman 

D.D., Hamilton Theological Seminary 
John Thomas Hyatt 
Ph.B. 

Class of 1892 

Charles' Edward Follmer Manufacturer 

Delegate to iSth Grand Chapter 
Frank Ross Oyster Accountant 

M. of W. Dept., D. S. S. & A. Ry. 



Indiana, Pa. 
Geneva, N. Y. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 

Orwigsburg, Pa. 

Marquette, Mich. 
305 E. Arch St. 



Harry Harrison Null, Jr. 
Samuel Walter Williams 



Class of 1893 

Civil Engineer 



tFt. Wayne, Ind. 
Wilkinsburg, Pa. 



Joseph Casper Bucher, Jr. 
Charles Edward Magill 



Voorhees Schench Anderson 



Thomas Clark Babb 
Boyd W. Kinports 
W^illiam D. Kinsloe 

M.D., Hahnemann Med. Coll., 1S95 
Iden Mayfield Portser Physician 

M.D., Univ. of Pa. 



Class of 1894 

Law Student 

Class of 1895 

Manufacturer 

Treasurer of the Anderson Pre- 
serving Co. 
Merchant 
Merchant 
Phvsician 



Lewisburg, Pa. 
Haddonfield, N. J. 



Camden, N. J. 

232 Cooper St. 

Fredonia, Kan. 
Grant, Pa. 
Newton-Hamilton, Pa. 

Freeland, Pa. 



BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY 



137 



Class of 1896 

Orville Elias Babcock Bailey Agent Philadelphia, Pa. 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 

George Louis Megargee, Physician Coatcsville, Pa. 

M.D.. Univ. of Pa., 1901 Annotator 24th Grand Chapter 

Albert C. Rohland Attorney at Law Pittsburg, Pa, 

A.B. 232 Fitth Ave. 

Lewis Huntyinger Ryon Attorney at Law Shamokin, Pa. 

Delegate to zoth Grand Chapter 725 E. Dewait St. 



Fred Laird Camp 
Thomas Graham 
James Alexis Guie 

A.B. 
Clemence Procter Reid 
Frank S. Rogers 

Christ C. Sandels 

M.D., Univ. of Pa. 
Fred Ward Wagner 



Class of 1897 

Attorney at Law 
Metallurgist 
Attorney at Law 



Union City, Pa.- 
Graham, New Max. 
Catawissa, Pa, 



Artist Milton, Pa. 

Clerk Muncy, Pa. 

With Muncy Valley Woolen Mills 
Physician Greensburg, Pa. 

Bradford, Pa. 
Manager of Opera House 74 Jackson Ave. 



George O. Barclay 
Harry Lee Freas 

Henry F. Scatchard 

Homer Burns Smith 

Bruce Hurst Trimmer 

A.B. 
Simon P. Wolverton, Jr. 



Class of 1898 

■fPhiladelphia, Pa. 
Scranton, Pa. 
311 Madison Ave. 
Manufacturer Norristown, Pa. 

Secretary and Treasurer of the H. F. Scatchard Mfg. Co. 
Banker New Kensington, Pa. 

Teller of First National Bank 
Student York Spring, Pa. 



Attorney at Law 



Sunbury, Pa, 



Abbott Green Bucher 

Harry Ruhl Thornton 
Samuel Wittenmeyer 



Marion Aubrey Carringer 

Ph.B. Ph.M., 1901 
Rush Harrison Kress 

A.B. 



Class of 1899 

Lewisburg, Pa. 
Foreman with the Tennis Construction Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Medical Student Lewisburg, Pa. 

Merchant Middleburg, Pa. 

Class of 1900 

Teacher Marienville, Pa. 

Ass't Principal of the Marienville High School 
Merchant New York, N. Y. 

Accountant in charge Kress Syn- 396 Broadway 

dicate of 5 and 10 cent stores 

Delegate to the 24th Grand Chapter 



*Edward Chapin Caldwell 

Robert Young Grant 
James Osborn Hackenburg 

George Herbert Hyde 
Creighton M. Konkle 
Ernest Johnston Magee 

Harry Lewis Maize 
George Clarence Rogers 
William Espy Thompson 
Frank W. Ward 



Class of 1901 

Student 

Died March 28, 1900 
Tanner 
Civil Engineer 

With the Pennsvlvania R. R. 
Miller 
Student 
Merchant 

Firm of Magee & Son 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Surveyor 



Milton, Pa. 

Mellen, Wis. 
Milton, Pa. 

Ridgeway, Pa, 
Montoursville, Pa. 
Clarion, Pa. 

Port Carbon, Pa. 
Muncy, Pa. 
Pittston, Pa. 
Ridgeway, Pa. 



I3S 



KAPPA CHAPTER 



Edwin C. Amerman 
Webster Calvin 
Frank Jackson Stoughton 
Yencer McLaughlin Weiden- 
saul 



Class of 1902 

Student 
Student 
Civil Engineer 

Student 



Danville, Pa. 
Hollidaysburg, Pa. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 

Lewisburg, Pa. 



Class of 1903 



Edwin Neal Coon Student 

Robert MacGregor Darlington Student 
James Villard Frampton Student 

William Nogel Marsh Student 



Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



Marienville, Pa. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 
Clarion, Pa. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 



Class of 1904 



John Ralph Datesman 
Clark Payson Dickerman 
Roger Sander Edwards 
John Smith Goodman 

Harry Joseph Little 
William Calvin Roller 
Eli Slifer Walls 
Charles Gabriel Whitehead 



Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



West Milton, Pa. 
Milton, Pa. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

S20 St. Bernard St. 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Hollidaysburg, Pa. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 
Williamsport, Pa. 



I 



COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Founded in 1821 First Class Graduated in 1825 

A Denominational Institution (Baptist) 

DEPARTMENTS 

collegiate scientific 

graduate medicine 

diplomacy laav 
dentistry 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $1,000,000.00 

Amount of endowment -...-- 256,075.00 

Value of productive funds - . . . . 256,075.00 

Income from all sources for 1899- igoo . - . . 117,000.00 

Tuition in collegiate department . . . . . 100.00 

Number of volumes in library - . . - . 15,000 

Number of professors and instructors - - - - 148 

Number of students in attendance - - - 1.4 15 

Women are admitted in the literary courses only. 

EPSILON CHAPTER 

Founded June 10, 1864. Became inactive in 1880. Revived December 22, 1892. 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon (inactive), 1858-69; Phi Kappa Psi, 1868; Alpha Tau Omega 
(inactive), 1874-90; Kappa Sigma, 1892; Kappa Alpha, 1894; Theta Delta Chi, 1896; 
Pi Beta Phi, 1S89; Phi Delta Phi, 1884. 



139 



EPSILON CHAPTER 



COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY 



*Benjamin George Lovejoy 
A.B., A.M. LL.D., i8S6 



Class of 1863 

Attorney at Law 

Died November 21, 1S89 



Washington, D. C. 



Robert Farnham 

Pli.B. A.M., iS6q 
M.D., Univ. of Fa., 1S69 

*Reginald Fendall 
A.B., A.M. LL.B.,1867 



*Thomas Jesup Miller 

A.B., A.M., LL.B. 
♦Jacob Abbot Moore 

A.B., A.M., LL.B. 
Thomas Smallwood Samson 

A.B., A.M. LL.B., 1867 
Samuel Hamilton Walker 



Class of 1864 

Physician 

Delegate to 6th, 13th, i8th and 
22d Grand Chapters 

Grand Consul 1901 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 3rd and 20th Grand 
Chaijters 

Grand Council 1892-95 

Died February 22. 1898 
Attorney at Law 

Died July 17, 1886 
Attorney at Law 

Died in 1864 
Clergyman 

Pastor of First Baptist Church 
Capitalist 



Washington, D. C. 
1103 M St., N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 
1 106 Vermont Av.,N.\V. 



Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Germantown, Pa. 
Washington, D. C. 



*John W. Custis 
A.B., A.M 



A.tJ., A.M. 

Henry J. Handy 

A.B., A.M. 
George Clement Samson 

A.B., A.M., M.D. 



Class of 1865 

Clergyman 

Died in 188S 
Clergyman and Teacher 

Clerk 

Clerk in War Department 



Chicago, 111. 
Pocomoke City, Md. 
Washington, D. C. 



James Taylor Ellvson 
A.B., LL.B., Uni'v. of Va. 

J. Holdsworth Gordon 
A.B., A.M., LL.B. 



Class of 1866 

Journalist 

Attorney at Law 

Member of Board of Education 
Washington, D. C. 
Clergyman 



Robert James Keeling 

A.B. D.D.. 1865 
William F. Chesley Morsell Clergyman and Editor 

A.B., A.M., M.S., Princeton, 1866 
James Nelson Clergyman 

A.B., A.M., D.D. Pastor of Baptist Church 



Richmond, Va. 

Washington, D. C. 
of 3028 Q St. 

■[Harrisburg, Pa. 

Germantown, Pa. 

318 Earlham Terrace 
Staunton, Va. 



William Dent Beall, Jr. 

A.B. 
Joseph T. Clarke 

Ph.D. M.D., 1S71 
Andrew Brown Duvall 

Samuel Saunders 



Class of 1867 
Banker 
Physician 



fChicago, 111. 
Erie, Pa. 
Washington, D, C. 



Attorney at Law 

Attorney for District of Columbia 
Clergyman fSuffolk, Va 

140 



COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY 



141 



Lingan Boteler Allen 

A.B., A.M. 
Francis C. Bowen 

Ph.B. 
William Veirs Bouic, Jr. 

A.B., A.M. 
*William Brewer 

Mortimer Clarke 

A.B., A.M. LL.B. 
Leonidas Crendisopulo 

Ph.B. 
Joseph H. France 

A.B., A.M. LL.B., 1869, D.D. 
*Sidney W. Handy 

A.B., A.M., M.D. 
*J. Everett Martin 

Ph.B. 
Claiborne Rice Mason, Jr. 

M.D.. Jefferson Med. Coll., 186 
Henry Robinson Pollard 

LL.B. 



William H. Babcock 

LL.B. 
Francis Ryland Boston 

A.B., A.M. 
J. Willis Bidgood 

A.B., A.M. 
*George Yost Coffin 

A.B. LL.B., 1S71 
James Walter Duvall 



Class of 1868 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

State Senator of Maryland 
Journalist 

Died in Mav, 1885 
Clerk 

Clerk in City Post Olfice 
Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 
1S81 
Teacher 

Died in 1882 

Date of death unknown 
Contractor 
I 

Attorney at Law 

Class of 1869 

Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 

Farmer 

Clerk 

Died November 28, 1896 

Clerk 



Norfolk, Va. 
fNew York, N.Y. 
Rockville, Md. 
Rockville, Md. 
Washington, D. C. 
Ionian Isles, Greece 
Canandaigua, N. Y. 
Pocomoke, Md. 
Washington, D. C. 
Lahore, Va. 
Richmond, Va. 

Washington, D. C. 
■fWarrenton, Va. 
Churchland, Va. 
Washington D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 



*Benjamin Alexander Will- 
iamson 
A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1870 

Clergyman 

Died January 17, 18 



Watertown, N. Y. 



Stephen Eugene Atkinson 
Ph.B. 



Robert Henry Harkness 
A.B., A.^L LL.B., 1874 

Frank H. Havenner 
A.B., A.M. 

R. D. Locke 
LL.B. 



John Orfen Agloinby 
Buchanan Beale 

lames Howard Bremermann 

A.B.,A.M. B.L. 
♦Walter Rowe Havenner 

A.B., A.M. 
William H. Rowe 

LL.B. 
Samuel J. Skinner 

LL.B. 



Class of 1871 

Banker 

President of Cascade Bank 
Quartermaster-General on staff 
of Gov. Joseph K. Toole 

Clerk 

Clerk in Riggs National Bank 
Clergyman 



Class of 1872 

Attorney at Law 

Clerk 

With Real Estate Title Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Journalist 

Died July 16, 1880 
Attorney at Law 



Great Falls, Mont. 

Washington, D. C. 
Baltimore, Md. 
■{■Alabama 



Shenandoah Junction, 

W. Va. 
Washington, D. C. 

Kansas City, Mo. 
531 Cypress Ave. 
Leadville, Col. 

Chicago, 111. 

1401 Monadnock Block 
tNorth Carolina 



142 



EPSILON CHAPTER 



Campbell Carrington 
*James H. Cuthbert 

A.B. 
Jesse Hartwell Edwards 

A.B., A.M. 
Henry Clay Fuller 

B.L., LL.B. 
*D. B. Porter 

Charles Franklin Rowe 

B.S.,LL.B. 
Benjamin White 

A.B., A.M., LL.B. 



Class of 1873 

Attorney at Law 

Died in 1873 
Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 



Date of death unknown 
Attorney at Law 

Clerk and Stock Breeder 

Clerk in Navy Department 
Grand Secretary Royal Arcanum 



tWashington, D. C. 
Georgia 

fCheraw, S. C. 

Peoria, 111. 

Washington, D. C. 

tWashington, D. C. 

224 E St., N.W. 
Washington, D. C. 



George Taylor Klipstein 

A.B. M.D., Jefferson Med. Col. 

Charles H. Thompson 
A.B., A.M., D.D. 



Andrew Adgate Lipscomb 
A.B. LL.B., Univ. of Ga., 1874 

Peter Parker Phillips 
A.B., A.M. 

William Henry Singleton 

Benjamin Franklin White 
B.S. 



Class of 1874 

Physician 
Clergyman 

Class of 1875 

Attorney at Law 

Clergyman ~ Alexandria, Va. 

Pastor of St. Paul's Church, Ale.xandria, Va. 
Attorney at Law W^ashington, D. C. 

2020 H St. 
Farmer Adamstown, Md. 



Alexandria, Va. 
fNew Orleans, La. 



Washington, D. C. 



Frank L. Coombs 



Lucius Montrose Cuthbert 

A.M. LL.B., 1S7S 
William Barroll Frisby Clergyman 

A.B. S.T.B., General Theol. Sem., 

N. Y., 1879 



Class of 1876 

Attorney at Law Napa, Cal. 

Member of U. S. House of Representatives 
Attorney at Law Denver, Col. 



Frank Fuller 
A.B. 



Attorney at Law 



Boston, Mass. 
Wayne, Neb. 



Clerk 



Class of 1877 

William Bayne, Jr. 
Charles T. C. Earle 

A.B. 
*George C. Gorham 
Theodore Williams Noyes Journalist 

A.M. LL.B., 1882; LL.D., 18S3 Editor of the " Star ' 



Medical Department U. S. Na\ 



Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 



Henry Cassell Davis 
A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1878 

Teacher 

Principal of School 



Wilkesbarre, Pa. 



Andrew G. Bradley 
A.B. LL.B., 1895 

J. Herbert Ford 
A.B., M.D. 



Class of 1893 

Attorney at Law 
Physician 



Washington, D. C. 
2013 Q St., N.W. 



COLUMBIAN UxNIVERSITY 



143 



George L. Edmonds 

A.B. 
Thornton ]. Parker 

A.B . Lt.B. 
Morven Thompson 

LL.B., LL.M. 
Arthur Lee Wilson 

A.B., M.D. 



Class of 1894 

Journalist 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 
Physician 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Washington, D. C. 

Washinscton, D. C. 

1756 Corcoran St. 
tCharlestOM, W. Va. 



J. Hokisworth Gordon, Jr. 

A.B. 
Edward D. Johnson 

M.A. 
Le Roy Parker 

A.B. 



Class of 1895 

Washington, D. C. 

Clergyman Brunswick, Me. 

Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church 
Teacher Washington, D. C. 



Class of 1896 

Hatterslv Worthington Talbott Electrical Engineer 
B.S. M.E., Cornell Univ., 1899 With Chesapeake & 

Telephone Co. 



Washington, D. C. 
Potomac The Kensington 



Class of 1897 

Frank Lee Biscoe Physician 

A.B. M.D., Georgetown Univ., 1901 Delegate to 23d GrandChapter 



Washington, D. C. 
813, 2ISt St. 



Reed Paige Clark 

A.B.. A.M. LL.B., 1901. 

Reginald Sharp Davis 

Robert Farnham, Jr. 
C.E.. 1899 

John Lewis Riggles 
M.D. 

William Krafft Ward 
M.D. 



De Witt Clinton Croissant 

A.B. 
Frank Norton Everett 

William Lowry Farnham 



Earl Biscoe 

Graduate Virginia Military Insti- 
tute, igoo 
Henry Clay Coburn, Jr. 

B.S. 
Henry Conly 
Taylor Boyd Dixon 

'M.D. 
Samuel Harry Greene 

M.D. 

Harry Fletcher Pierce 



Class of 1898 

Teacher 

Instructor at Columbian Univ. 

Civil Engineer 

Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 
Physician 

Resident Physician at Columbian 
Physician 



Washington, D. C. 

1424. nth St.. N.W. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Washington, D. C. 

1103M St., N.W. 
Washington, D. C. 
Hosjjital 
Washington, D. C. 

1756 Pennsylvania Ave. 
N.W. 



Class of 1899 

Student 

Clerk 

Library of Congress 
Real Estate 

Class of 1900 
Civil Engineer 

Student 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 

Physician 

Physician 

Assistant Resident Physician at 
Columbian Hospital 
Clerk 

With Southern Railway Co. 



Washington, D. C. 

821 N."C Ave. 
W^ashington, D. C. 

1634 R'KKS Place 
Washington, D. C. 

1 103 M St. 



Washington, D. C. 

813, 2ISt St. 

Washington, D. C. 
.2111 G St. 

Washington, D. C. 

1336. iQth St.. N.W. 
Washington, D. C. 

1320 Q St., N.W. 

Washington, D. C. 
S19 N. C Ave., N.E. 



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EPSILON CHAPTER 



Harry Lee Brown 
J. Mentor Caldwell 
Edward Stanley Long 
William Atwell Spurrier 



Arthur Johnston McElhone 

Donald Nesbit 
Clarence Hozard Pratt 
Richmond B. Redington 
Louis W. Weaver 
George N. Weaver 

Bruce Mackall 

Charles Fague Sterne 



Class of 1901 

Student 
Student 

Attorney at Law 
Clerk 



Washington, D. C. 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Hopkinsville, Ky. 
Washington, D. C. 
1232 Massachusetts Ave. 



Class of 1902 

Private Secretary Washington, D. C 

To Surgeon-Gen. Marine Hospital 1320, loth St. 
Service 

Clerk 

Clerk in Treasury Department 
Clerk 

Clerk with Southern Railway 
Architect 

Delegate to 2Sth Grand Chapter 
Real Estate Agent 



Real Estate Agent 

Class of 1903 

Student 

Class of 1904 

Student 



Washington, D. C. 

Washington, D. C. 

1300 Pennsylvania Ave. 
Washington, D. C. 

1749 Q St. 
Washington, D. C. 

308 Maryland .\ve. 
Washington, D. C. 

709 2ISt St. 



Washington, D. C. 
1721 Riggs Place 



Washington, D. C. 
3009 P St. 



BUTLER COLLEGE 

IRVINGTON, INDIANA 

Founded in 1850 Chartered in 1850 

First Class Graduated in 1856 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGIATE PREPARATORY MUSIC 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds ----- $150,000.00 

Amount of endowment ------ 250,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-IQ00 . . - - 21,000.00 

Tuition in collegiate department per term of 12 weeks - - 15.00 

Number of volumes in library - - - - - - 10,000 

Number of professors and instructors ----- 18 

Number of students in attendance ----- 247 

Women are admitted and constitute about 30 per cent of the attendance. 

RHO CHAPTER 

Founded March 31, 1865 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Delta Theta, 1859; Ddta Tau Delta, 1875; Beta Theta Pi (inactive), 1879-81; 
Kappa Sigma (inactive), 1891-93. 



14s 



RHO CHAPTER 



BUTLER COLLEGE 



Class of 1866 

Howard Cale Attorney at Law • 

A. B., A.M. 

LL.B., Indianapolis Law School, 1868 
George Washington Galvin Attorney at Law 

LL.B., Indianapolis Law School, 186S 
Henry F. Kane Attorney at Law 

Charles Underwood Raymond Manufacturer 

A.B., Univ. of Pa., 1866; A.M. Secretary of Dayton Mfg. Co. 



Indianapolis, Ind, 
1728 Broadway 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

flndianapolis, Ind. 
Dayton, O. 

58 Linden Ave. 



Albert Taylor Beck 

A.B., A.M. 
John Denton 

A.B., A.M. 
*John Arthur Holman 

A.M., LL.B. 



Class of 1867 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 



flndianapolis, Ind, 

Stevenson Bldg. 
|Fortville, Ind. 



Attorney at Law Indianapolis, Ind. 

Judge of Superior Court of Marion 44 W St. 
County 



Scot Butler 

A.B., A.M. ,1871; LL.D., iS 
John Van Meter Coynes 
Strangton G. Leonard 

Henry Clay Ray 

A.M. 
Edwin Tavlor 

A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1868 

Teacher 

President of Butler College 
Civil Engineer 
Merchant 

Accountant 

With Farmers' Bank 
Attorney at Law 

General Counsel Evansville & 
Terre Haute R.R.; also Ev- 
ansville & Indianapolis R.R. 



Irvington, Ind. 

120 Downey Ave. 
tSugar Creek, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

1S04 Barth Ave. 
Shelbyville, Ind. 

Evansville, Ind. 

1420 S St. 



Clarence B. Bowker 
Chauncey Butler 

A.B. 
Henry Jameson 

B.S. 

M.D., Bellevue Med. Col. 
*Winfield Scott Ray 

B.S. 



Class of 1869 

Attorney at Law 

Secretary Butler College 
Physician 



Journalist 

Died April 19, iS 



flndianapolis, Ind. 
Irvington, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Shelbyville, Ind. 



William R. Burton 

Stoughton G. Leonard 
Charles Bruce Moores 

A.B., Willamette Univ., 1870 
LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1877 

James A. Stevenson 



Class of 1870 

Attorney at Law 

Judge of City Criminal Court 
Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Register U. S. Land Office 

Attorney at Law 
146 



Hastings, Neb. 

flndianapolis, Ind. 
Oregon City, Ore. 

Ladoga, Ind. 



BUTLER COLLEGE 



'47 



*John H. Hamilton 

B.S. 
Benjamin Franklin Kinnick 

A.B.. A.M. 
Edwin Thornton Lane 

A.B., A.M. 
Oscar Fitzallan Lane 

A.B., A.M. 
*George Francis Marsteller 

Robert H. Myers 
A.B., A.M. 

James Lafayette Thornton 
B.S. 

Ulric Zwingle Wiley 
B.S.. Hanover Col., 1867 
A.M., Hanover Col., 1885 
LL.B., Northwestern Christian 

Univ., 1872 
LL.D., Hanover Col., 1897 



Class of 1871 

Clergyman 

Difd in 1873 
Capitalist 

Clergyman 

Clergyman 

Manufacturer 

Died July 30, 1879 
Architect 



Syracuse, N. Y. 

Greenwood, Ind. 

Bainbridge, Ind. 

Bainbridge, Ind. 

Lafayette, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
2036 Cornell Ave. 
tTopeka, Kan. 



Journalist 

Attorney at Law Fowler, Ind. 

Judge of Appellate Court 
Dean Indianapolis College of Law 



Samuel C. Austin 
William H. Hoss 

William Ray Jewell 

A.B., A.M. 
George Washington McGinnis 

B.C.L. 
Leander P. Mitchell 

B.S. LL.B.. Indiana Univ., 1872 
Granville P. Peale 
Carthon Henley Ressler 



Class of 1872 

Civil Engineer 
Merchant 

With Huntington, Hoss & Co. 
Journalist 

Teacher 

Professor of Mathematics State Normal School 
Attorney at Law New Castle, Ind. 

Clergyman 
Farmer 



tindianapolis, Ind. 
findianapolis, Ind. 

Danville, 111. 

Kirksville, Mo. 



tindianapolis, Ind. 
Hagerstown, Ind. 



Leonidas Warren Benbow 
Walter R. Fertig 

A.B. 
Harold Bancroft Hibben 

Louis Newberger 
B.S. 



Class of 1873 

Agent 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 

Murphv, Hibben & Co. 
Attorney at Law Indianapolis, Ind. 

First Vice-President Commercial Denison House 
Law League of America 

Delegate to 9th and loth Grand Chapters 



"fGalveston, Texas 
Noblesville, Ind. 

58 S. loth St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Milton L. Blaney 
Jeffrev O. Cutts 

A.B. 
Milton D. Darnall 



*Emmett Scott Stilwell 
B.S. 



Class of 1874 



Merchant 
Clergyman 



■findianapolis, Ind. 
fOwosso, Mich. 



Agent Kansas City, Mo. 

Commercial .Agent of Missouri 901 Main St. 
Pacific Railway Co. 
Attorney at Law Shelbyville, Ind. 

Died May, 1884 



*Jonathan Bash 

Oliver T. Boaz 

B.L. 
John Bradford Harper 

B.S. Purdue Univ. 



Class of 1875 

Date of death unknown 
Attorney at Law 

Civil Engineer 



Caselton, Ind. 
Pittsburg, Kan. 
tindianapolis, Ind. 



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RHO CHAPTER 



Ovid Butler Jameson 

Quincy Alden Myers 

A.B., 1875; A.M., 1878, Dartmouth 
Col. LL.B., Union Univ. 



Charles H. Caton 

A.B., A.M. 
Charles B. Griffith 
William Newton Harding 

B.S. A.M., Hanover Col. 
Merrill Moores 

A.B., Yale Col., 1878 
Charles H. Parsons 

M.D., Bellevue Med. Col. 
James A. Roberts 



Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1876 

Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law Indianapolis, Ind. 

Asst. Attorney-General of Indiana 1025 Law Building 
Physician Rushville, Ind. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

Blackford Blk. 
Logansport, Ind. 



tLeadville, Colo. 

tindianapolis, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Clergyman 



tWarsaw, Ind. 



Willard W. Hubbard 

B.S. 
Lewis Wallace 

A.B. 



Charles F. Bowen 
Horace Hines Fletcher 



George Washington Hadley 
W^illard N. Hubbard 

Oliver Romeo Johnson 
Ph.B. 

Charles Edgar Thornton 
A.B. 



Class of 1877 

Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1878 

Stock Breeder 
Merchant . 

Live Stock, Sec. Indianapolis 
Live Stock Exchange 
Merchant 
Coal Operator 

Journalist 

" Indianapolis News " 

Delegate to 12th Grand Chapter 
President 

Indiana Society for Savings 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
1137 W. Meridian St. 



Danville, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Union Stock Yards 

Crawfordsville, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

1002 N. Delaware St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
214 Lemcke Bldg. 



Henry H. Bowen 
Joseph B. Kealing 

Ph.B. 
Eugene Glenroy Kreider 

A.B. LL.B., Central Law School 
of Ind., 1882 
Edmund Garfield Laughlin 

A.B. 
Augustus Lynch Mason 

Ph.B., A.M. A.M. De Pauw 
Univ., 1882 
Harry Stewart New 

Benjamin Northrop 
William Sage 
Harry Wade Smith 
Horace Emmet Smith 

A.B.,A.M. A.B., Harvard Univ., 
1882 



Class of 1879 

Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

U. S. Dist. Attorney 
Attorney at Law 

Supreme Court Reporter 

Clergyman 
Attorney at Law 



Journalist 

Member of Republican National 
Journalist 
Merchant 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 12th Grand Chapter 



Class of 1880 



William Frederick Elliott Attorney at Law 

Ph.B. LL.B., Univ. of Michigan, 1881 
Hugh Griffis 
Edward C. Helm 



Delphi, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Brandon Blk. 
Olympia, Wash. 

tSpringfield, Mo. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Committee 

tNew York City 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
North Vernon, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
303-308 Lemcke Bldg. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

Fletchers Bank Bidg. 
tirvington, Ind. 
fMinneapolis, Minn. 



BUTLER COLLEGE 



[49 



Ovid Butler Wallace 
Walter Owen Williams 

Ph.B. 
William A. Wilson 



Clerk 

Superintendent 
E. C. Atkins & Co. 



tSan Antonio, Tex. 
Indianapulis, Ind. 

tAtlanta, Ga. 



Charles Joshua Carle 
Frank Lee Denny 

Lawson M. Harvey 

Colin Edward King 
A.B. ^ 



Class of 1881 

Orange Grower 
Naval Officer 

U. S. Steamship "Boston' 
Attorney at Law 



Clerk 

Delegate to 13th Grand Chapter 
James Madison Leathers Attorney at Law 

Ph.B. LL.B., Central Law School Judge Marion County Superior 
of Ind., 1883 Court 

James Watkinson Lilly Merchant 

Charles White Merrill Publisher 

A.B., 1882; A.M., 1S85, Wabash Treasurer of The Bowen-Merrill 

Coll. Company 

Charles Washington Moores Attorney at Law 
A.B., 1882; A.M., Wabash College, U. S. Commissioner 
1885; LL.B., Central Law School School Commissioner for Indiana 
of Indiana, 1883 Delegate to 12th Grand Chapter 

Louis Morgan Teacher 

A.B., A.M. 



Lindsay, Cal. 
Washington, D. C. 

U. S. Navy Department 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Commercial Bldg. 

New York City 

21 Cortlandt St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

2007 N. Alabama St. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

114 E. Washington St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

50 Blancherne 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
1918 N. Penn. St. 
polls 



tAshland, Neb. 



William Brenton 
Wade Bunker 
John Noble Efifinger 



Class 


of 


1882 


Clerk 
Clerk 
Editor 






Class 


of 


1883 



Peru, Ind. 
tCouncil Bluffs, la. 
fPortland, O. 

30 Ash St. 



Waller Tenney Branch 

Robert Layman Dorsey 
A.B. 



John Paul Frazee 
William C Johnson 
Carey Elmore Morgan 

A.B., A.M. 
Milton Franklin Parsons 



Edgar Warren Shirley 
George Russ Van Voorhess 



Banker Beloit, Kas. 

President W. T. Branch Hardware Co. 



Manufacturer 

Secretary and Treasurer Tucker 
& Dorsey Mfg. Co. 

President Phoenix Castor Co. 
Merchant 
Merchant 
Clergyman 

Delegate to 13th Grand Chapter 
Funeral Director 

President State Funeral Directors 
Assn. of Indiana 
Merchant 
Merchant 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
1409 Central Ave. 

Rushville, Ind, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Wabash, Ind. 

Greensburg, Ind. 
' 213 N. Broadway 

Danville, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Albert Munson Chamberlin 

A.B. A.M., 1^85 
Cassius Clay Hadley 

Ph.D. LL.B., DePauw Univ. 

Walter John Hubbard 

William Clement Smith 
B.S. M.S.. 1888 



Class of 1884 

Teacher fFairfield, Neb. 

Professor of Latin, Christian Univ. 
Attorney at Law Indianapolis, Ind. 

86 Deputy Attorney General of Indi- 18 and 19 State House 
ana 
Banker Indianapolis, Ind. 

211 Lemcke Bldg. 
Civil Engineer Indianapolis, Ind. 



RHO CHAPTER 



Richard Frederick Bigger 
Ph.B. M.D., Ind. Med. Col., 
Arthur Voorhees Brown 

Ph.B. 

L. H. Eavy 

Lewis Anderson Frazee 

Edmund H. Hinshaw 

A.B. 
Charles Almus Marsteller 

Ph.B. 
Robert Rosecrans Sloan 



Class of 1885 
Physician 
Attorney at Law 
Banker 



flndianapolis, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Hagerstown, Md. 
Connersville, Ind. 
Secretary and Treasurer Telephone Company 
Attorney at Law Fairbury, Neb. 



Capitalist 
Merchant 



Lafayette, Ind. 

N. 9th St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Class of 1886 



Thomas Underwood Raymond Physician 
M.D., Bellevue Hospital Med. Col. 

Franklin Bache Van Nuys Physician 

M.D., Ohio Medical CoL, 1S88 



tNew York, N. Y. 
Tiffin, Ohio. 



Alvah Curtis Brazington 

Henry Poore Clarke 

A.B., Univ. of Wooster, 1887 
A.M., Univ. of Wooster, 1890 
M.D., Med. Col. of Ind., 1892 

Alexander Jameson 

D.D.S., Philadelphia Dental Col., 

Horatio Nelson Kelsey 

Walter Noble Suit 



Class of 1887 

Civil Engineer 
Physician 



Dentist 

[888 Professor Dental College, Uni- 
versity of Indianapolis 
Agent 

Attorney at Law 



■flndianapolis, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
20 W. Ohio St. 

Chicago, 111. 

171 Lasalle St. 
fFrankfort, Ind. 



Edgar Greenwood Barton 
Andrew Edward Harman 
Oscar Clemens Helming 

Ph.B. B.D., Union Theological 
Sem., 1S94 



Class of 1888 

Real Estate 

Merchant 

Clergyman 

Pastor North Congregational 
Church 



fWabash, Kan. 
flndianapolis, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
2328 Dewey Ave. 



Robley Dunglison Blount 
M.D., Ind. Med. Col., 1889 

Edgar B. Cotton 

William Glanton Irwin 
B.S. 

Urban Cecil Mallon 
Ph.B. 

William Malcolm Wallace 



Class of 1889 

Physician 



Valparaiso, Ind. 



Druggist Peru, Ind. 

Banker Columbus, Ind. 

Delegate to i6th and 17th Grand Chapters 
Merchant Francesville, Ind. 



Merchant 



tPortland, Ore. 



♦William Ross Hadley 

Edward Dwight Kingsbury 
Bert Frank Miller 



Class of 1890 

Druggist 

Died in 1897 

Cashier 



Plainfield, Ind. 

tindianapolis, Ind. 
Elmore, Ohio 



BUTLER COLLEGE 



151 



*Harry Ward Baker 



Class of 1891 

Salesman 

Died January 10, li 
William Baldwin Fletcher, Jr. Banker 
A.B., Leland Stanford Jr.. 
Univ., 1896 
Perry Hav 



Ray D. Meeker 
B.S. 

Howard Delando Moore 

M.D., Hahnemann Col. and Hos- 
pital, Philadelphia 

Lewis Jefferson Thompson 
*James Samuel Thompson 



Delegate to 19th Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 

Physician 



Manufacturer 
Manufacturer 

Died January 17, 18 



■fLebanon, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

1014 Central Ave. 

tirvington, Ind. 
Sullivan, 111. 
Danbury, Conn. 

Edinburg, Ind. 
Edinburg, Ind. 



Fred N. Grayston 

M.D., College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, Chicago, 1895 
Charles Brown 
Daniel Layman 

B.S., 1893. M-D., 1898 



Class of 1892 
Physician 



Physician 

Clinical Assistant in Nose and 
Throat Dept., at Col. of Physicians 
and Surgeons, N. Y. 



Huntington, Ind. 
47 N. Jetferson St. 

Gallandet, Ind. 
New York, N. Y. 
77 West 50th St. 



Re Bender 

John Clarence Brewer 
Robert P. Leavitt 



Crate S. Bowers 



Harry William Griffith 

B.L. A.B.. Yale Col., 1897 
Stanley Augustus Niles 



Class of 1893 



Class of 1894 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 

Clerk 

With Dodge Mfg. Co. 



New York City 

37 Wall St. 
Danville, Ind. 
tVaron, Ind. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

729 and 732 Stevenson 
Bldg. 
tEmbark, Ky. 

Mishawaka, Ind. 



Class of 1895 

Berton Burk Bales Attorney at Law Indianapolis, Ind. 

A.M. LL.B., Univ. of Indianapolis Auditor State Life Insurance Co. 501 Lenicke Bldg. 

President Jonesboro Water Co. 
Nelson D. Brayton Physician Indianapolis, Ind. 

A.B., M.D. College Ave. 

Arthur A. Johnson Civil Engineer Irvington, Ind. 

A.B. 
Carlos Recker Merchant Indianapolis, Ind. 

219 E. Washington St. 
John L. Tibbott Real Estate Indianapolis, Ind.- 

188 Ritter Ave., North 

Class of 1896 

John Scot Butler Attorney at Law 

A.B. LL.B., Indianapolis Law School 



El Ore, Mexico 



Albert F. Hall 

William Franz Kettenbach 



Merle Sidener 



C. R. Yoke 
A.B. 



Merchant Asheville, N. C. 

Banker Lewiston, Idaho 

President Lewiston National Bank 

Treasurer Lewiston Light Co. 

President Inter State Fair .Association 
Journalist Indianapolis, Ind. 

City Editor " Indianapolis Sun " 2216 Bellefontaine St. 

El Oro, Mexico 

Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 



152 



RHO CHAPTER 



Class of 1897 

Oman Eastman Barker Traveling Salesman 

Thomas R. Barker Physician 

M.D., Col. Physicians and Surgeons 



Danville, Ind. 
Danville, Ind. 



Guy Bender 

Ernest H. Burford 
Walter G. Hadley 

John Everett Hollett 

B.L., Ind. Law School, 1897 
Hanford Newell Rogers 



Railroad Clerk Tyler, Tex, 

Clerk in office of Supt. of Transportation 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Farmer Danville, Ind. 

Manaijer of Stolkholme Farm 
Attorney at Law Indianapolis, Ind. 

Ayres, Jones & Hollett, Attorneys 116 W. 12th St. 
Merchant Indianapolis, Ind. 

Wholesale Lumber 3326 N. Illinois St. 



Frank Errett Chase 

Charles Bendorf Cooper 

John Sawin Weaver 

LL.B., Univ. of Indianapolis 



Class of 1898 

Traveling Salesman 
Merchant 

Attorney at Law 

Deputy Prosecuting Attorney 
19th Judicial Circuit 



Dallas, Tex. 

552 Worth St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

127 S. Meridian St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

618 N. Meridian St. 



Maurice J. Lucas 

D.D.S., Univ. of Indianapolis 
Harry Carter Strong 

A.B., Harvard, 1899 
Fred McVey Towles 

A.B,M.D. 



Class of 1899 

Dentist 

Dentist at Insane Hospital 
Importer 

Physician 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 



Elgin, 111. 

New York City 

100 William St. 
Irvington, Ind. 

5348 University Ave. 



Walter Gresham Butler 
Clinton Samuel Wallace 

James Braden 
David H. Cale 
Edwin S. Powell 

*Joseph Irwin Sweeney 

Shfrl S. Walton 



Class of 1900 

Attorney at Law 

Deputy Clerk U. S. Court 
Journalist 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

1204 Park Ave. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

220 East loth St. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

i_92oCapitol Ave. .North 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

1728 Broadway 
Denver, Col. 



Class of 1901 

Clerk 

With Indianapolis Rubber Co. 
Traveling Salesman 

Cashier 

With Northern Coal and Coke Co., 1410 High St. 
and Western Trading and Supply Co. 
Student Columbus, Ind. 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 

Died August 13, 1900 
Cashier Atlanta, Ind. 

Assistant Cashier Bank of Atlanta 

Treasurer Atlanta Glass & Mfg. Co. 

City Treasurer 



Elliott Ayres 
Ovid McQuat Butler 
Arch A. Hannah 
Samuel Hunter Richey 



Class of 1902 

With Henricks Novelty Co. 
Student 

Student 

Student 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

31 Woodruff Place 
Irvington, Ind. 

120 Downey Ave. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

50S7 E. Washington St. 
Irvington, Ind. 

152 Downey Ave. 



BUTLER COLLEGE 



'53 



Charles Allen Barnett 
James Chester Darnall 

Calvin Scott Hunter 

Leroy Edward Kirkpatrick 

Will A. Long 

Edwin E. Moore 

Theodore Layman Nance 



Chester Talbott Hadley 



Class of 1903 

Student 
Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Clerk 

With Indiana National Bank 
Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 

Class of 1904 
Student 



Vevay, Ind. 
Lebanon, Ind. 

224 E. South St. 
Irvington, Ind. 

East Washington St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

2301 N. Meridian St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

760 W. New York St. 
Irvington, Ind. 

116 S. Central Ave. 
Brazil, Ind. 

60S N. Meridian St. 



Plainfield, Ind. 



Albert A. Hollingsworth, Jr. 



Class of 1905 
Student 



Plainfield, Ind. 



POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE OF THE 
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Chartered in 1853 Suspended in 1885 

DEPARTMENTS 

CHEMISTRY MINES 

ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING 

The Polytechnic College of the State of Pennsylvania, while bearing the name of 
the state as part of its title, was in no sense a state institution. One or two appro- 
priations of a few thousand dollars each were voted it by the legislature, but only 
enough to give it temporary relief in financial emergency. Its most prosperous 
years were from 1862 to 1876. Prior to the founding of Lehigh University, it received 
much of the patronage which afterward went to that institution. After the opening 
of the University of Pennsylvania the attendance steadily decreased until the Poly- 
technic College finally suspended in 1885. From 1866 to 1877 it ranked with the 
best schools of Civil Engineering. 

UPSILON CHAPTER 

Founded December 12, 1865. Became inactive in 1876. 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

No other fraternity established a Chapter in the institution. 



^SS 



UPSILON CHAPTER 

POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA 



*David Paul Brown 

*George William Childs 

George S. Frank 
H. L. Hervie 
*Thomas Hunt 

M.E. 
Maxwell Kinkead 

C.E. 
Joseph Howell Moore 

M.E. 

*Robert Shelton MacKenzie 
M.D., Dublin Med. Col., 1S25 
LL.D., Glasgow Univ., 1834 
D.C.L., Oxford Univ., 1844 



Preston M. Brunner 
Edward Lippincott Bullock 

C.E. 
*George W. Clyde 

John Jones Crawford 
M.E. 



Morris Morris Defrees 

C.E. 
Edwin Beard Hendrie 

M.E. 
H. T. Kendall 

C.E. 
*Lou!S Christian Frederick 

Laesch 

M.E. 
Robert Ellmaker Pettit 

C.E. 
*William T. Schneider 

M.E. 
Henry Thompson Shillingford 



Class of 1866 

Attorney at Law 
Died July 11, 1S72 

Publisher 

Died February 3, 1894 



Manufacturer 

Died July 9, 1872 
Banker 

Mechanical Engineer 

Superintendent Trenton Trans. 
Company 
Author 

Date of death unknown 



Class of 1867 

Mine Operator 



Date of death unknown 
Mining Engineer 

Secretary of Gwin Mine Develop- 
ment Company 

Secretary of E.xamining Commis- 
sion on Rivers and Harbors 

Manager of Diamond Ridge 
Ditches of El Dorado County 

Delegate to 6th Grand Chapter 
Civil Engineer 

Manufacturer 

Real Estate 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

tPhiladelphia, Pa. 
fPhiladelphia, Pa. 
Catasauqua, Pa. 

Altoona, Pa. 

Trenton, N. J. 

199 Greenwood Ave. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



tCentre Valley, Pa. 
Audenried, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

San Francisco, Cal. 
1208-11 Claus Spreckels 
Bldg. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

116 West Michigan St. 
Denver, Col. 

1601 17th St. 
Reading, Pa. 



Engineer 

Died February 4, 1876 
Engineer 



Date of death unknown 
Merchant 

Secretary and Treasurer of 
Bituminous Coal Co. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

tJersey City, N. J. 

Aintab, Syria 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
1118 Wallace St. 



Alfred A, Curtis 

C E 
J. M.' Del Castillo 

C.E. 



Class of 1868 
Manufacturer 

156 



Newark, Del. 
Cienfuegos, Cuba 



POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE OF PENNSYLVANLA. 



^57 



♦Edward H. Hughes 

M.E. 
Peter N, Jante 
William Jolliffe 

M.E. 
♦William McDonnell, Jr. 

Fidelio Hughes Oliphant 

C.E. 
Harry Bockee Salkeld 

M.E. 
William T. Scheide 
Joseph Earlston Thropp 

C.E. 

Gilbert R. Van Alen 
M.E. 



Benjamin B. Van Deudsen 

Rowland Whitman 

C E 
♦Albert D. Wright 

C.E. 



Date of death unknown 

Civil Engineer 

Attorney at Law 

_ Died May 2S, 1882 
Mine Operator 

Merchant 



Civil Engineer 

Memljer U.S. House of Repre- 
sentatives 
Manufacturer 

Secretary and Treasurer of Key- 
stone Forging Company 
Member firm of Van Alen & Co. 
Mining Engineer 

Merchant 



Date of death unknown 



Altoona, Pa. 

tPhiladelphia, Pa. 
Roanoke, Va. 

1115 S. Jefferson St. 
Lindsey, Ontario 

tAshland, Ky. 

tBoston, Mass. 
68 Chauncy St. 
tPhiladelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

1317 Filbert St. 

Northumberland, Pa. 



tSalt Lake City, Utah 
tPhiladelphia, Pa. 

126 N. Fourth St. 

Knoxville, Pa. 



Class of 1869 



Ferree L. Mcllvane 
Nicholas M. Marks 

C.E. 
Alfred Cushing Monroe 

Thomas Henry Phillips 

C.E. A.M., 1872 
♦Genaro Romero 

C.E. 
John F. Wilcox 

M.E. 



tPhiladelphia, Pa, 
Collinsburg, La. 



tBoston, Mass. 

657 Washington St. 
Manufacturer Philadelphia, Pa. 

Proprietor of Phillips Rock Drill Co. 40 N. 7th St. 

Martinzas, Cuba 
Date of death unknown 
Mechanical Engineer tPi*^tsburg, Pa. 

6 Highland Place, E.E. 



Clarence Kunckel Binder 
B.S.A. 

♦Samuel Coates 

M.E. 
Orin B. Colton 

C.E. 
L.J. Duque 
William Forsyth 

C.E. 
John C. Fortiner 

C.E. 
♦John Hunt 

M.E. 
John C. Long 

M.E. M.D., Long Island Med. 
Stacy B. Opdyke, Jr. 

C.E. 

Robert Patterson Snowden 
B.S., La Fayette Col., 1872 



Henry T. Townsend 
M.E. 



Class of 1870 

Clergyman 

Pastor of Epiphany Evangelical 
Lutheran Church 
Student 

Died October 7, 1871 



Mechanical Engineer 



Died July 14, 1875 
Manufacturer 
Col., 1877 

Civil Engineer and Contractor 
President of Cort Construction 
Company 

Civil Engineer 

Assistant Engineer Pennsylvania 

Railroad 
Delegate to 7th Grand Chapter 
Manufacturer 

President of Logan Iron and Stee 
Company 



Camden, N. J. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

tPhiladelphia, Pa. 

tBejucatel, Cuba. 
Aurora, 111. 

tCamden, N. J. 

Catasauqua, Pa. 

tMt. Alto, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
1222 Belmont Av. 

Camden, N. J. 
908 Cooper St. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
610 Harrison Bldg. 



I5S 



UPSILON CHAPTER 



*Alfred Tucker 
William C. Wetherill 



Merchant 

Died March 29, 1899 
Civil Engineer 

Consulting Engineer of New Jer- 
sey Zinc Company 
General Manager of Empire Zinc 
Company 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
Canon City, Col. 



Wilson B. Chisholm 

Frank Allen Fletcher 
Philip M. Gallaher 

C E 
*Willet Lloyd 

C.E. 
Charles P. Matlack 

M.E. 
Wilson Mitchell 

M.E. 
J. H. De Noronha 

M.E. 

George F. Simpson 

A. Howard Smith 
Joseph Turner 



Class of 1871 



Traveling Salesman 
Surveyor 

Civil Engineer 

Died April, 1879 
Civil Engineer 

Merchant 



Manufacturer 



Cleveland, O. 

1065 Prospect St. 
tEast Highland, Cal 
Helena, Mont. 

Dolington, Pa. 

tSan Antonio, Tex. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

310 North Fourth St. 
Para, Brazil 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

26-36 Rodney St. 
fErie, Pa. 
fStillpond, Pa. 



Victor Du Pont, Jr. 

M.E. 
Tilghman Johnson 

M.E. 
George Ogden, Jr. 

B.S., Bucknell Col., 1S72 

A. H. Smith, Jr. 
*R. Trowbridge 

James C. Van Dyke 

Lewis Taylor Walraven 
C.E. 



Class of 1872 

Manufacturer 
Mining Engineer 
Merchant 



Date of death unknown 
Merchant 



Clerk 



Wilmington, Del. 

Wilmington, Del. 

1105 Jefferson St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

22i4Nicetown Lane, 
Tioga 
tPhiladelphia, Pa, 
Milton, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

1731 Filbert St. 
Cleveland, O. 

830 Garfield Bldg. 



William Head Coleman 

M.E. 
Henry Brown Fowler 

B.S. B.C.E., M.C.E. 

Ph.B., Bucknell Col., 1865 
*Conrad M. Harmer 

C.E. 
John H. Kain 

C.E. 
Henry Thomas Luff 

C.E., 
James L. McLean 

M.E. 
Edward F. Noble 

C.E. 
Richard Montgomery Pancoast 

C.E. 
Harris Elric Sproat 

C.E. 



Class of 1873 
Mechanical Engineer 
Civil Engineer 

Civil Engineer 

Date of death unknown 
Civil Engineer 

Civil Engineer 



Engineer and Inventor 
Civil Engineer 



tChicago, 111. 
14 Market St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

436 Walnut St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
tEl Paso, Tex. 

fPhiladelphia, Pa. 

1625 Passy'k Ave. 
fBethlehem, Pa. 

IMontgomery, Ala. 

Camden, N. J. 

Westtown P.O., Pa. 



POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE OF PENNSYLVANL\ 
Class of 1874 



'59 



Henry S. Gross 

M.E. 
Isaac Moore Simouin 

C.E. 

Allison Roane White 
M.E. 



Manufacturer 

Manufacturer 

Secretary and Treasurer of the 
Textile Chemical Co. 
Mining Engineer 



Harrisburg, Pa. 

119 Market St. 
Germantown, Pa. 



fLos Angeles,- Cai. 



Harrv A. Braun 

M.'E. 
James R. Hirst 

William D. Sproat 
*Abraham B. Schwenk 



Class of 1875 
Designer 

Clerk 



Salesman 

Died February 21, 1895 



tChicago, 111. 

24 Grant Place 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

57S Broad St. 
tPhiladelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Class of 1876 



*Nathaniel RadcliffeBensonJr. Ship Builder 



C.E. 
Milton Blyler 

M.E. 
J. Frank D. Curtis 

C.E. 
Howard B. Griffiths 

Hermann D. Kampmann 

George E. Stees 

Charles Trotter Thompson 



Died December 30, 18 

Ship Builder 
Civil Engineer 

Draughtsman 



Wilmington, Del. 
tPhiladelphia, Pa. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

322 California St. 
Wilmington, Del. 

The Boulevard 
fSan Antonio, Tex. 
f Pine Grove, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

2116 Spruce St. 



WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVER- 
SITY 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 

Founded in 1749 Chartered in 1782 

First Class Graduated in 1785 

DEPARTMENTS 
collegiate law engineering 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds . - . . $200,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 66,000.00 

Amount of endowment ------ 882,500.00 

Value of productive funds ------ 626,500.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 44,000.00 

Tuition in collegiate department ----- 50.00 

Number of volumes in library ..... 40,000 

Number of professors and instructors . - . . 26 

Number of students in attendance ----- 222 

Women are not admitted. 

ZETA CHAPTER 

Founded December 10, 1866 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Kappa Psi, 1855; Beta Theta Pi (inactive), 1856-80; AlphaTau Omega, 1865; 
Kappa Alpha, 1865; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1867; Delta Kappa Epsilon (inactive), 
1867-78; Phi Gamma Delta, 1868; Delta Psi (inactive), 1869-88; Theta Delta Chi 
(inactive), 1869-74; Chi Psi (inactive), 1872-78; Kappa Sigma, 1873; Sigma Nu, 1882; 
Phi Delta Theta, 1887; Pi Kappa Alpha, 1892; Phi Kappa Sigma, 1893; Mu Pi 
Lambda, 1895; Delta Tau Delta, 1896. 



161 



ZETA CHAPTER 



WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY 



*Henry Crommelin 

Randolph Wilson Foster 

*William R. Fox 

James T. Harrison 

*Charles Howard Newman 
B.D., Nashotah Theological Sem 
inary, 1873 
*Erastus J. Parsons 

William Ferdinand Pinckard 



Class of 1867 

Real Estate 

Died September 19, 1893 
Cotton Factor 

Merchant 

Died November 11, 1884 
Attorney at Law 

Lieutenant-Governor of Miss. 
Clergyman 

Died May 30, 1887 



Died September 27, 1880 
Commission Merchant 

Member Board of Directors of 
New Orleans Cotton Exchani 



Montgomery, Ala. 

New Orleans, La. 

303 Baronne St. 
Louisville, Ky. 

Columbus, Miss. 

Portsmouth, O. 

Talladega, Ala. 

New Orleans, La. 
2621 Puytama St. 



*01iver S. Beers 

*Jacob Phiniz Billups 

*James D. Brown 

'''Henry Clay 

LL.B., Ky. Law School 
^Wallace E.Colyar 

Josiah Williams Ewing 
Robert Ewing 

John Meredith Graham 

Alexander F. Young 
*John Davis Young 



Class of 1868 

Attorney at Law 
Died in 1880 

Banker 

Died June 15, 1889 
Clergyman 

Died November 12, 1890 
Attorney at Law 

Died September 22, 1884 
Attorney at Law 

Died December 20, 1S83 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

President Buffalo Iron Co. 
Farmer 

State Senator 
Farmer 
Planter 

Died December 5, 1890 



Mobile, Ala. 
Mobile, Ala. 
Jarratt's Depot, Va. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Winchester, Tenn. 

Rome, Ga. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

421 N. Vine St. 
Graham, Tenn. 

Sessunesville, Miss. 
Columbus, Miss. 



Frank Coleman 

A.B. 
*William W. Davis 

A.B. 
Charles Alfred Graves 

A.M. B.L., 1873; LL.D. 
John B. Kent 

*Edwin C, Moorman 
A.B. 



Huntsville, Ala. 
Weatherford, Tex. 



Class of 1869 

Attorney at Law 

Clerk in U. S. Land Office 
Banker 

Died April 20, 1S94 

Teacher Charlottesville, Va. 

Professor in University of^Virginia 
Farmer ' -j-Max Meadows, Va. 

Teacher Carterville, Va. 

Died m 1870 

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Joseph H. Jayne 

B.L. 
George Boddie Peters, Jr. 

A.B. 
Thoinas Shadrach Weaver 

B.L., Cumberland Univ. 



Class of 1870 

Attorney at Law 

President State Levee Board 

Attorney at Law- 
Peters & Wright 

Attorney at Law 



Greenville, Miss. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Nashville, Tenn. 



Thomas Lane Conella 
•fWilliam Fulton 

Francis Leland Porter 
*Isaac Van Meter Scott 



Class of 1871 

Attorney at Law 

Died July 26, 1873 

Clergyman 

Date of death unknown 



tFargo, S. Dak. 
Mobile, Ala. 

totter Creek, Fla. 
Talcott, Va. 



Thomas Alexander Dickey 
M.D., Ohio Medical Col., 1875 
Charles Gillespie Morgan 



Class of 1872 

Physician 

Local Surgeon, C. H. & D. R.R. 
Salesman 



Middletown, O. 
■fWaco, Tex. 



Frank Giddens Buford 
A.B. 



Class of 1873 
Farmer 



Lambert, Tenn. 



John Monroe Banister, Jr. 

A.B. M.D., Univ. of Va., 18 
Brisco Baldwin Bouldin 
William Burr Childers 

A.B., B.L. 



*Daniel Turner Fackler 

A.B. 
Risdon Hutchings Price 

A.B., A.M. 
*John Henry Reid 

William Henry Tayloe 

A.M., B.L. 
Richard Wilde Walker 

A.B., Princeton Univ., 1877 



Class of 1874 

Surgeon 

Major U.S. A. 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

United States Attorney for New 
Me.Nico 

President Board of Regents, New 
Me.xico University 
Attorney at Law 

Died May 30, 1888 
Broker 

Banker 

L)ied July 11, 1893 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 



Washington, D. C. 

Army Dept. 
Randolph, V^a. 
Albuquerque, N. Mex. 



Danville, Ky. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Southern Hotel 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Uniontown, Ala. 

Huntsville, Ala. 



Horace Louis Dufour 

A.B. A.M., Pass Christian Col. 
B.L., Univ of La. 

John Pinkham Rice 

C.E. M.D., American Med. Col. 

Thomas Fearn Steele 

*William Patton Watkins 
M.D., Bellevue Med. Col. 

Walter Leslie Webb 
C.E. 



Class of 1875 

Attorney at Law 

Justice Court of Appeals, La. 

Delegate to loth Grand Chapter 
Physician 

Railroad Official 

Physician 

Died July 9, 18S2 
Civil Engineer 

Division Engineer and Engineer 
of Track Elevation, Chicago, 
Milwaukee & St. Paul R'y. 



New Orleans, La. 
1663 Valmont St. 

San Antonio, Tex. 
2ij Ogdcn St. 

New Orleans, La. 

833 Gravier St. 
Huntsville, Ala. 

Chicago, 111. 

HOG Old Colony Bldg. 



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*William Carter Lee 

A.B. 
Henry Hamilton Russell 

A.B. 



ZETA CHAPTER 

Class of 1876 

Attorney at Law- 
Died June 26, 1882 
Attorney at Law 

City Attorney 
State Senator 



Powhatan, Va. 

Monroe, La. 
319 Third St. 



Matthew Clay 
Alonzo Rice Cocke 

A.B., D.D. D.D., Central Univ. 

Flavius Foster Downes 

Walter Vinson Fort 

Harry Preston Lawther 
B.L., Univ. of Va., 1883 

Alexander McNutt Paxton, Jr. 

Francis Arthur Scratchley 
M.D., New York Univ., 1881 



Class of 1877 

Planter 
Clergyman 

Professor Moral Philosophy, 
Valley Seminary 
Banker 

President First National Bank 
Insurance 

Attorney at Law 

Banker Vicksburg, Miss. 

Physician New York City 

Professor New York University no E. 25th St. 

Neurologist Home for Incurables 

Attending- Physician Out Door 
Dept., Bellevue Hospital 

Grand Tribune 1876 

Delegate to 20th, 22d and 24th Grand Chapters 



Deerbrook, Miss. 
Waynesboro, Va. 

Temple, Tex. 

Waco, Tex. 

503 S. Fourth St. 
Dallas, Tex. 



Richard Kinsey Boney 

B.L. LL.B., Univ. of La., 188 
Alexander Boyd Bowman 
William Talbird Crenshaw 
LL.B. B.S., Howard Col. 

Ernest Harris Dryden 
William Clarke Herndon 

LL.B. 
♦William Green McAtee 

Thomas Hobbs Rainsford 
C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic 
Institute 
♦William Stedman, Jr. 

George Henry Whitney 



Class of 1878 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 12th Grand Chapter 
Planter 
Banker 

Vice President Southern Loan 
and Banking Co. 
Druggist 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Died January 23, 1884 
Farmer 

Member S. C. Legislature 

Student 

Died April 9, 1880 
Live Stock Dealer 



Duckport, La. 

Goldman, La. 
Atlanta, Ga. 

761 Peachtree St. 

tBaltimore, Md. 
Frankfort, Ky. 

Brookville, Ky. 

Edgefield, S. C. 

Marshall, Tex. 

Lexington, Ky. 

103 S. Broadway 



Daniel Howe Cecil 

B.L. 
♦Alfred E. Mills 

William Tell Oppenhimer 
M.D., Med. Col. of Va., 1881 

Charles Walter Smith 
A.B. B.L.,1879 

John Russell Tyson 

A.B., Howard College, 1877; B.L. 

Pierce Butler Williams 



Class of 1879 

Attorney at Law 

With R. G. Dun & Co. 
Broker 

Died September 27, 1888 
Physician 

President of Board of Health 
Attorney at Law 

Judge 13th Ark. Circuit 
Attorney at Law 

Associate Justice Supreme Court 
of Ala. 
Attorney at Law Rocky Comfort, Ark. 

Countv Surveyor Little River County, Ark. 



Kansas City, Mo. 

S27 Delaware St. 
Savannah, Ga. 

Richmond, Va. 

106 North Ninth St. 
Camden, Ark. 

Montgomery, Ala. 
231 Catoma St. 



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Class of 1880 



*\Villiam Price Craighill 
M.L., Sheplierd Col.. 1877 

Henry Clay Getzendaner 
B.L. A.B., Shepherd Col. 

*James Reid Jordan 

A.B. M.D.. Univ. of Md., 1884 

Walter Leake Keirn 

William Paul Moore 

A.B., Hamiiden-Sidnev Col., 1877 
D.D.S., Baltimore Col. Dental 
Surgery, 1888 

Samuel Blair Mosby 

C.E. 
E. Frank Paxton 



Shepherdstown.W.Va. 
Charlestown, W. Va. 



Died November 16, 1881 

Attorney at Law- 
State Senator of West Virginia 
Cashier Citizens' Bank of Charlestown 

Physician Montgomery, Ala. 

Died March 27, 1898 

Physician Lexington, Miss. 

Dentist Jackson, N. C. 

Mayor Jackson, N. C. 



Civil Engineer 
Farmer 



Roanoke, Va. 
Cherokee, Tex. 



Class of 1881 



Albert John Dufour 
LL.B. 



Attorney at Law 

Clerk Court of Appeals 
Delegate to 13th Grand Chapter 
Thomas Jefferson Hightower.Jr. Manufacturer 



John Summerfield Jenkins 
Garland Funsten Lucado 

Levi Pearce 
A.B. 

Julius Daniel Raht 
*James Emerson Swanson 



Merchant 
Mine Operator 

Planter 



Manufacturer 
Merchant 

Died May 14, 1890 



New Orleans, La. 

4820 Magazine St. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Humpheries & Glenn 
Sts. 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Lynchburg, Va. 
916 Jefferson St. 
Belize, British Hon- 
duras, Central 
America 
Tullahoma, Tenn. 
LaGrange, Ga. 



Albert Sidney Hightower 

John Bedney Hightower 

Charles Porterfield 

A.B. B.L., Univ. of Va., i8! 
Philip Burrus Powell 
Samuel W. Smith 

Thomas Octavius Smith 
C.E. 



*Archibald Douglass 

C.E. 
Dudley McDonald 

C.E. 
George Willis Robinson 

M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1895 



Class of 1882 
Merchant 
Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Probate Judge 
Banker 

Class of 1883 

Planter 

Died September 28, 1895 
Manufacturer 

Physician 

Class of 1884 
Importer 



Humphrey Keyes Ambler 

Wallace Forloine Brown Attorney at Law 

M.A., Univ. of Va., 188S; B.L., 1891 
*George Byron Edmiston Physician 

A.B. M.D.,Ky. School of Medicine Died March 28, 18 
Hubert Todd Houston Attorney at Law 

Joseph Alexander Steele Attorrjey at Law 

LL.B. 



Atlanta, Ga. 

42 Peachtree St. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

86 Whitehall St. 

Northport, Long Isl- 
and, N. Y. 

Yazoo City, Miss. 

Albany, Ga. 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Point Pleasant, La. 
Richmond, Va. 
Shreveport, La. 



New York City 

142 Fifth Ave. 
Richmond, Va. 

317 South Third St. 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
tKansas City, Mo. 
1403 Garfield Ave. 



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George Hines Gorman 

B.L. 
*William Charles Ludwig 

A.B. 

James Armstrong Welch 



Class of 1885 

Attorney at Law Washington, D. C. 

Assistant to Attorney GeneralU.S. Dept. of Justice 
Student Richmond, Va. 

Grand Praetor Second Province, 1884-6 

Died August 28, 1888 
Attorney at Law Philadelphia, Pa. 



Class of 1886 
Deaderick Harrell Cantrell Attorney at Law 



Charles Manson Crutchfield 

B.L. 
William Boroughs Newman 

A.M., B.L. 

A.M., Howard Col., 1884 



Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 15th Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 

Clerk Probate Court 

City Clerk 



Little Rock, Ark. 

6ig Scott St. 
Hamilton, Mont. 

Talladega, Ala. 



William Magraw Reid 



Henry Winston Holt 
B.L. C.E., 1886 

John Penn Lee 
B.B. 



Class of 1887 



Class of 1888 



Attorney at Law 

Judfje Corporation Court 
Attorney at Law 

Judge Franklin County Court 



Kansas City, Mo. 
100 E. 36th St. 



Staunton, Va. 
Rocky Mount, Va. 



Edmund Gustave Vaughan 
B.L. ^ 



Gus Honshell Hampton 



William Walter Brown 



*Charles Tilghman Hilleary 

Robert Edward Lee 
B.L. 



Thomas Glover Ivie 

Robert Lee Peck 
B.L. 



Class of 1889 

Attorney at Law 

Class of 1890 

Banker 

Class of 1891 

Banker 

Vice-President Arkansas 
Southern Ry. 

Died March, 1896 
Attorney at Law 

Grand Praetor First Province, i8< 

Class of 1892 

Attorney at Law 

Clerk Rutherford County Court 
Attorney at Law 

Member of Legislature 

City Attorney 



Kansas City, Mo. 

3607 Oak St. 



Catlettsburg, Ky. 



Camden, Ark, 
Box 467 

tPetersville, Md. 

Washington, D. C. 

4-5 330 Fourth St., N.W. 



Murfreesboro, Tenn. 
Springfield, Tenn. 



George Boiling Lee 

M.D., Col. Physicians and Sur- 
geons, N. Y., 1897 
James Alney Menefee 

Frederic Hunter Marshall 

Thomas Glen Munford 



Class of 1893 

Physician 

Merchant 
Insurance 
Stenographei 



New York City 
215 West 43d St. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

3110 Woodland Ave 
Memphis, Tenn. 

39 Madison St. 
Lynchburg, Va. 

205 Harrison St. 



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James Robert Guy, Jr. 
Victor Conway Smith 

M.D., Tulane Univ., 1899 
Robert F. Wendell 



Monroe Creel List 

B.L.. Columbian Univ., 189S 
Dempsey Weaver 



Richmond Winston Holt 
George Maguire 

B.L., Tulane Univ., 1900 

Charles Philip Snyder 

Stockton Heth Tyler 
B.L. 



Class of 1894 

Traveling Salesman 
Physician 



Class of 1895 
Attorney at Law 
Real Estate 



Class of 1896 

Clerk 

With Soutliern Railway 
Attorney at Law 

Soldier 

Lieutenant U. S. A 



Bedford City, Va. 
Henderson, La. 



Washington, D. C. 

1623 H. St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

211 North Cherry St. 



Washington, D. C. 

100720th St., N. W. 
New Orleans, La. 

16174th St. 
Charleston, W. Va, 

206 Broad St. 



Attorney at Law East Radford, Va. 

Private Secretary to Governor Tyler of Va. 



Class of 1898 
William Oregon Bonnie Merchant 

Norman Shrewsbury Fitzhugh Bookkeeper 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Gordon Randolph Houston Teacher 

C.E. 
Alban Goshorn Snyder 

Vice Consul U. S. 



Louisville, Ky. 

1043 2d St. 
Charleston, W. Va. 

Lewisburg, W. Va. 

Porfirio Diaz, Mex. 



Class of 1899 

Lindley Allison Hickman Attorney at Law 

A.B. LL.B., Louisville Law School 



Albert Arista Hoge 
John William Jones 

B.L. 
Joseph C. Kent 

James Mullen 

B.L. A.B., Randolph-Macon Col 
1896 
M. E. Locke 

William Scott Wood 



Teacher 
Attorney at Law 

Clerk 

With .American Tin Plate Co. 
Attorney at Law 

With O'Ferrell & Regester 

Soldier 

First Lieutenant U.S.A. 
Merchant 



Shelbyville, Ky. 

Staunton, Va. 
Blackfoot, Idaho 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Richmond, Ya. 

Cayaj, Porto Rico. 
tBristol, Va. 



Farrar Petrie Hamilton 

John Randolph Tucker 
A.B. 



Class of 1900 

Civil Engineer 

Student 

Delegate to 24th and 25th Grand 
Chapters 



Jackson, Miss. 

622 N. State St. 
Lexington, Va. 



John Kirkpatrick Graves 

Gabriel Benoist Shields 
A.B. 



Class of 1901 

Student Lexington, Va. 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Student Lexington, Va. 



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William Davis Conrad 
Charles Gibson Massie 

Ph.B., Denison Univ., 1899 

William Sterling Robertson 



ZETA CHAPTER 

Class of 1902 

Student 
Student 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Student 



Winchester, Va. 
Lowesville, Va. 

Richmond, Va. 
1102 Grove Ave. 



William Alexander Baker 
Martin Parks Burks, Jr. 
John Murdoch Dennis 

James Edmund Price 



Class of 1904 



Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 



Winchester, Va. 
Lexington, Va. 
Baltimore, Md. 

1307 Calvert St. 
jCharleston, W. Va. 



LAFAYETTE COLLEGE 

EASTON, PENNSYLVANIA 

Founded in 1832 First Class Graduated in 1836 

A Denominational Institution (Presbyterian) 

DEPARTMENTS 
collegiate technical 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds - - - - * - $680,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus - - - - 52,000.00 

Amount of endowment ...--- 258,250.00 

Value of productive funds ..... 258,250.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 50,000.00 

Tuition in collegiate department . . - . - 100.00 

Number of volumes in library .... 29,600 

Number of professors and instructors .... 30 

Number of students in attendance . - - - - 372 

Women are not admitted. 

PHI CHAPTER 

Founded May 17, 1867. Became inactive in 1887. Revived December 7, 1899 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Kappa Sigma (inactive), 1853-83; Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1855; Zeta Psi, 
1858; Theta Delta Chi, 1867; Phi Kappa Psi, 1869; Phi Delta Theta, 1873; Chi Psi, 
1874; Delta Tau Delta (inactive), 1874-93; Phi Gamma Delta, 1883; Delta Upsilon, 

1885. 



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LAFAYETTE COLLEGE 



Robert Evan James 
A.B., A.M. 



Thomas Dale Logan 

A.B. A.M., 1872; D.D., 1894 

Robert A. Sebring 
A.B. 



Class of 1869 

Attorney at Law Easton, Pa. 

President and Director of Easton 212 N. Third St. 

Trust Company 
Chairman of Executive Commit- 
tee Northampton County Bar 
Association 
Grand Consul 8th Grand Chapter 
Delegate loth Grand Chapter 
Clergyman Springfield, 111. 

Pastor First Presbyterian Church 
Banker Jersey Shore, Pa. 

Cashier Jersey Shore Banking Company 



Class of 1870 

Richard William Dickinson 

Bryan Attorney at Law 

A.B. LL.B., Columbian Univ., 1S76 
John Walley Clarke 
Horace Roland Attorney at Law 

A.B. 
John Russel Youngman Attorney at Law 

A.B. 



Horace Brown Bannard 
C.E. 

J. N. Groesbeck 
John D. Maxwell 



John Elfreth Watkins 
C.E., M.S.,t874 

Eng. Doc, Stevens Institute of 
Tech., 1900 

Thomas W. Youngman 
A.B., A.M., M.D. 



Samuel Henry Houser 
A.B. 



James Hall Rittenhouse 
C.E. 

Robert Patterson Snowden 
B.S. 



John Benjamin Wilson 



Class of 1871 

Civil Engineer 

Engineer Maintenance of Way 
New Yorli and Long Branch 
R. R. Co. 



Director Easton Trust Company 
Secretary Lehigh Water Company, 
Easton, Pa. 
Engineer 

Superintendent and Curator 
Mechanical Technology, U. S. 
National Museum, also His- 
torian Penn. R. R. Co. 
Physician 



Albuquerque, N. M. 

800 Railroad Ave. 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Reading, Pa. 

530 Washington St. 
Lock Haven, Pa. 



Asbury Park, N. J. 
Grand Ave. Hotel 



San Antonio, Texas 
Easton, Pa. 



Washington, D. C. 



Mifflinburg, Pa. 
Union Co. 



Class of 1872 

Insurance 

General Agent Northwestern 
Mutual Life Insurance Com- 
pany 
Civil and Mining Engineer 
Division Engineer Scranton & 
Northeastern R. R. Co. 
Civil Engineer 

Assistant Engineer Amboy 

Division Pennsylvania R. R. Co 
Delegate 7th Grand Chapter 
Planter 

170 



Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
37 Park Ave. 

Scranton, Pa. 

1610 N.WashingtonAv. 

Camden N. J. 
908 Cooper St. 

Savannah, Ga. 



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Class of 1873 



Edwin At Lee Barber 
B.S., A.M., Ph.D. 

*Cicero Brodhead 

M.D., Univ. of Penn., 1875 

A. Kirtland Michler 
C.E. 

Isaac Peter Schaeffer 
A.B., A.M. 



L. Banks Doty 
Harlan George Mendenhall 
A.M., D.D. 

♦Joseph Pierce Nevin 

M.D., Univ. of Pennsylvania, 
1874 

*Charles Joseph Nourse 

A.B. M.D., Columbian Univ. 

Samuel Miller Riley 
C.E. 

Andrew Douglas Salkeld 

Thomas Fatzinger Salkeld 
Robert A. Stewart 
A.B. 



West Philadelphia Pa. 



Curator Pennsylvania Museum 
and School of Industrial Art 
Physician 

Died February 6, 1884 

Engineer 

Officer U. S. Navy 

Grand Annotatorgth Grand Chapter 

tPhiladelphia, Pa 
24 N. Tenth St. 



Delaware Water Gap, 

Pa. 
Washington, D. C. 



Artist 

Class of 1874 



Clergyman 

Pastor Presbyterian Church, 
_ Perth Am boy, N. J. 
Physician 

Died March 17, 1878 

Surgeon 

Surgeon U. S. Army 
_ Died July 23, 1880 
Civil and Mining Engineer 
Ensjineer and .\gent Locust 



Mifflintown, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

3407 Chestnut St. 

Easton, Pa. 
Washington, D. C. 



Mountain Coal and Iron Company 



Pottsville, Pa. 

H09 Mahantonga St. 



Merchant 

Merchant 
Banker 



Class of 1875 

William Abram Cortright Manufacturers' Agent 

D.D.S., Pa. Col. of Dental Surgery, 1879 
Jesse Van Auken Craighead Merchant 

M.E. 



Samuel Wilson Fleming 

Charles H. Milligan 

David Williamson Nevin 

A.B. A.M., 1875 
*Charles W. Sausser 



Merchant 



Attorney at Law 

Student 

Died in 1872 



New York, N. Y. 

66 Leonard St. 
Boston, Mass. 
Norfolk, Neb. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

25 South Front St. 
New York, N. Y. 

25; Front St. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

104 South St. 
Washington, D. C. 

405 G St., N. W. 
Easton, Pa. 

Merchantsville, N. J. 



Fernando De Albuquerque 
C.E. 

John Waugh Clendenin 

C.E. 
John Alexander Covode 

Ph.B. 



*Augustus Creveling 

*John T. Fuller 

C.E. 
Henry Stephen Magraw 
George Eyster Scott 

Victor PioUet Wierman 
Ph.B. 



Class of 1876 

Civil Engineer 

Broker 

Banker 

President Kent County Savings 
Bak 

Secretary Berkey & Gay Furni- 
ture Company 

Insurance 
Died in i8qq 



Capital de San Paulo, 

Brazil, S. A. 

Rue San An tonic, No. 35 
Wichita, Kan. 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 
41 Sheldon St. 



New York, N. Y. 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 



Died in 1878 

Agent Butte City, Mont. 

Mine Operator Philadelphia, Pa. 

Manager Puritan Coal Mining Co. 26 South Fifteenth St 
Civil Engineer York, Pa. 

Superintendent Frederick Division 
Pennsylvania R. R. Co. 



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Charles Heath Bannard 

Ph.B. LL.B., Univ. of Pa., iS8i 

Joseph E. Bimm 

Robert Gilson Craighead 
James Tracy Hale 

A.B. 
Howard Northrop 
Henry Albert Potter 

Ph.B. 
Clifford M. Sherron 
John Cresswell Shoemaker 

A.B. 
Charles M. Zahniser 

A.B. 



Class of 1877 

Attorney at Law 

Real Estate Officer of Fidelity 
Insurance, Trust and Safety 
Deposit Co. of Philadelphia 
Merchant 

Grand Pro Consul 12th Grand 
Chapter 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to nth Grand Chapter 

Manufacturer 



Attorney at Law 
Salesman 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
325 Chestnut St. 



Dayton, O. 

313 First St. 

Dayton, O. 
Duluth, Minn. 

1203 East First St. 
tCamden, N. J. 
New York, N. Y. 

41 Union Square 
tSalem, N. Y. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Chicago, 111. 

Temple Court Bldg. 



John Davidson Dorris 
A.B. 



Torrence Huffman 

Edward W. Lyon 
Charles Michler Ray 

C.E. 
Alexander Bowman Weaver 



Class of 1878 

Attorney at Law 

District Solicitor Pennsylvania 

R. R. Co. 
Director First National Bank 
of Huntingdon, Pa. 
Banker 

President Fourth National Bank 
of Dayton 
Merchant 
Government Official 

Paymaster U. S. Navy 
Lumberman 



Huntingdon, Pa. 
403 Penn St. 



Dayton, O. 

119 North Perry St. 

Greensboro, N. C. 
Washington, D.C. 
Navy Dept. 

Clearfield, Pa. 



Henry Herrman Bimm 

A.B. 
Charles Anderson Craighead 

A.B., A.M. 
Thomas Morris De Frees 

Edward Coleman Freeman 



*George Davidson McDowell 

A.B. 
Elwood Andrew Miller 



Class of 1879 
Merchant 
Attorney at Law 



Dayton, O. 

II W. First St. 
Dayton, O. 

217 W. Monument Ave. 
Washington, D. C. 



Soldier 

Officer U. S. Army 
Capitalist Cornwall, Pa. 

Director, Secy, and Genl. Manager 

Cornwall R.R. Co. 
Secy, and Director Cornwall Iron 

Company 
Director Robesonian Iron Company 
Director Cornwall Ore Bank Com- 
pany 
Attorney at Law Chambersburg, Pa. 

Died November 8, 1897 
Merchant Huntingdon, Pa. 



John Potts Fillebrown 

M.E. M.D., Bellevue Hospital 
Med. Col., 1897 
Benjamin Taylor Hale 
Henry C. Pickels 



Class of 1880 

Physician Cold Spring, N. Y. 

Town Physician for Philipstown, N. Y. 

Delegate to 13th Grand Chapter 
Merchant Towanda, Pa. 

tFolson, N. Mex. 



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G. R. Radford 
Edward R. Sponsler 



Edward Overton Ward 
James Wilson 
C.E. 



Class of 1881 



Attorney at Law 

Secretary and Counsel of Lewis- 
town and Reedsville Electric 
Railway Company 
Vice President of Montgomery 
& Cliester Electric Ry. Co. 
Merchant 
Civil Engineer 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

20 Commercial Invest- 
ment Bld^. 



Syracuse, N. Y. 
Greenville, Del. 



Class of 1882 



Orvin Dell McHenry Merchant 

A.B. 
Richard McC. Michler 
Nicholas Hunter Muhlenberg Chemist 



William Baxter Myers 

Ph.B. 
John Campbell Patton 

Ph.B. 
*Orlo Dudley Skinner 

A.B. 



Edward Ditmars Wetmore 
B.S. LL.B., Columbia Univ., 



Banker 

Delegate to 13th Grand Chapter 
Merchant 



Stillwater, Pa. 

tWashington, D. C. 
Reading, Pa. 
Bethlehem, Pa. 

fHood River, Ore. 

Fostoria, Ohio 



Student 

Delegate to 12th Grand Chapter 
Grand Annotator 13th Grand Chapter 
Died December, 1883 

Attorney at Law tWarren, Pa 



Elmer Collins Brown 

C.E. 
Andrew Ross Fillebrown 

B.S. 

William Ward Scully 



Class of 1883 
Mining Engineer 

Railroad Official 

Asst. Ent;. Pennsylvania Rail- 
road Company 
Railroad Official 

Commercial Agent Northern 
Pacific Railway Company 



St. Louis, Mo. 
Sunbury, Pa. 



Pittsburg, Pa. 
305 Park Bldg. 



Samuel Powhatan Carter, Jr. 

B.S. 
John G. Jennings 

Burr William Mcintosh 

William Cummings Merritt 

C.E. 
Theodore Ladd Welles 

M.E. 
Harry Ross Wilson 

B.S. M.S.. 1886 



John Howard McCortney 

M.E. 
Henry Carpenter Overholt 



Class of 1884 

Chemist 

Merchant 

Photographer 

Author and Actor 
Civil Engineer 

Mining Engineer 

Manager of O'Shanter Coal Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1885 

Real Estate 
Manufacturer 

Class of 1886 



fBirmingham, Pa. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

5426 Fifth Ave. 
New York City 

18 West 33d St. 
Lancaster, Ohio 

Clearfield, Pa. 

Clarion, Pa. 



Chicago, 111. 

401 Chamber of Cora. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

25 Frankfort St. 



*James Otis Ballard Physician 

A.K._ Died October 22, 18 

Frederick Hunter Muhlenberg Draughtsman 



Tarlton, Ohio 
Reading, Pa. 



174 



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Frank Gilbert Dibert 
Clary Ray 



Snowden Ashford 

C.E. 
Thomas Fisher 



♦Frederick S. Wetmore 



Class of 1887 

Real Estate 
Draughtsman 

Class of 1888 

Architect 

Assistant Inspector of Buildings 
Mine Operator 

General Superintendent Berwind- 
White Coal Mining Co. 

Date of death unknown 



Johnstown, Pa. 

206 Main St. 
fWashington, D. C. 

1701 T St. 



Washington, D. C. 

25 Lafayette Square 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

305 Betz Bldg. 



Warren, Pa. 



Robert Purdon McCready 
A.B. 



Edward Lawall Osterstock 

A.B. 
Allan Roberts 

Ph.B. 



Class of 1899 

Teacher 

Instructor of Latin and Mathe- 
matics Nazareth Hall Military 
Academy 



Teacher 

Instructor of Political Science, 
Lafayette Col. 



Easton, Pa. 

126 North Eleventh St. 



Easton, Pa. 

681 Ferry St. 
Slatington, Pa. 



Frederic Eugene Ayer 

C.E. 
Henry Marvin Hodgson 

Ph.B. 
Charles Thompson Long 

C.E. 



Class of 1900 

Shop Inspector 

With Pennsylvania Steel Co. 
Student 

Civil Engineer 

With Pennsylvania R. R. Co. 



Steelton, Pa. 

17 N. 4th St. 

Cumberland, Md. 

15 South Center St. 
Lancaster, Pa. 



John Arthur Morgan 

E.E. 
Lewis Parker Runyon 

B.S. 
William Fred Schmidt 

E.E. 



Walton Jay Dietrick 
John Parker Harley 
Harry Joseph Kuebler 

Elwood Gordon Mateer 



Fred Falkner 
Jesse Godfrey 
Chester Arthur King 
William Allison Maxwell 
Joseph Frederick Steele 



Charles David Cooper 
William Malcolm Duncan 
James Homer Wilson 



Class of 1901 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Class of 1902 

Student 
Student 
Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Student 

Class of 1903 

Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Class of 1904 

Student 
Student 
Student 



Slatington, Pa. 

Perth Amboy, N, J. 

109 High St. 
Shenandoah, Pa. 



Mt. Bethel, Pa. 
Dewart, Pa. 
Easton, Pa. 

310 S. Fourth St. 
Altoona, Pa. 

2007 Broad Ave. 



Wyoming, N. Y. 
Stewartsville, N. J. 
Phillipsburg, N. J. 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. 
Easton, Pa. 

700 Paxmora Ave. 



Adamstown, Pa. 
High Spire, Pa. 
Cumberland, Md, 



DENISON UNIVERSITY 

GRANVILLE, OHIO 

Founded in 1831 Chartered in 1831 

First Class Graduated in 1840 

A Denominational Institution (Baptist) 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGIATE MUSIC PREPARATORY 

ART MILITARY 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... §230,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus - - - 46,000.00 

Amount of endowment . . . . . 625,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-igoo - - - 45,000.00 

Tuition in collegiate department - - - . 39.00 

Number of volumes in library - - - 22,000 

Number of professors and instructors - - - 34 

Number of students in attendance - - - 526 

Women are admitted and constitute about 30 per cent, of the attendance. 

MU CHAPTER 

Founded March 2, 1868 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, Nov. 1868 Phi Gamma Delta, 1885 



•75 



MU CHAPTER 

DENISON UNIVERSITY, GRANVILLE, OHIO 



*Joseph Green Dye 
A.B. 



Class of 1869 

Solicitor 

Died February i, ] 



Troy, O 



Charles Linnaeus Allen 

A.B. 
George Whipple Corwin 

AB. LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1872 



Class of 1870 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 



Chicago, 111. 

23 Portland Block 
Norwalk, O. 



Class of 1871 



Edward Emmett Montgomery Physician 
A.B. M.D., Jefferson Col., 1874 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
1818 Arch St. 



George C. Coon 
A.B., A.M., 1875 

Samuel Marion Cramblett 
*John Byron Ellis 

Zelora Green 

R S 

♦Robert Griffith Howell 
Horace Porter Hussey 
*Louis Ayers Kille 

John Henderson Sample 

A.B. 
Benjamin Woodbury 

A.B. 



Class of 1872 

Manufacturer Elizabeth, N. J. 

Delegate to 9th Grand Chapter 524 Cherry St. 

Business Ofhce, Produce Exchange 
Bldg., New York City 



Clergyman 

Date of death unknown 
Manufacturer 

Attorney at Law 

Died September 20, 1879 
Manufacturer 



Died November 12, 1872 
Civil Engineer 

Attorney at Law 



fGeneva, O. 
Troy, Mo. 

Oakland, 111. 

Racine, Wis. 

Cleveland, O. 

loi St. Clair St. 
Chandlersville, O. 

Granville, O. 

Columbus, O. 



Burritt Johnston Brotherton 
Calvin Granger Sutliff 
Charles Augustus Towne 
A.B., 1873 

A.M., Madison Univ., 1875 

*Byron Allen Woods 
A.B. ,1873 
A.M., Madison Univ., 1876 



Class of 1873 

Attorney at Law 

Manufacturer 

Clergyman 



Clergyman 

Date of death unknown 



Van Wert, O. 
Lockport, N. Y. 
Gardner, Mass. 
30 High St. 

Philadelphia, Pa 



176 



DENISON UNIVERSITY 



■77 



Sylvester Spelman Downer 
LL.B., Columbia Univ., 1876 

William E. Feeman 

A.B., Wooster Univ., 1874; A.M., 
1877 



Juhn Morris McConihay 

M.D , Kentvickv School of Med., 

1S75 

William Charles Stewart 



Class of 1874 

Attorney at Law 
Judge Circuit Court 

Insurance 

With N. V. Life Ins. Co. 



Class of 1875 

Physician 



Manufacturer 

General Manager Forest City 
Stone Co. 



Boulder, Colo. 
Columbus, O. 



Charleston, W. Va. 
184 State St. 

Cleveland, O. 
1878 Euclid Ave. 



Oren Briit Brown 
A.B., Princeton, 1S76 

John Howard Ferris 
A.B.. A.M. 
LL.B., Cincinnati Law School, 



Harley Bradford Mitchell 

A.M. A.B.,Univ.of Chicago, 1876 

John Jones Owen 

M.p., Jetferson Med. Col., 1878 

♦William Gilchrist Powell 

William Steele Talbot 
Thomas Augustus Taylor 

A. B.. Rochester Univ., 1876 
James Dilley Thompson 

M.D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1878 
Calvin Judson Turley 

A.B. 



Harry Horr Carpenter 

A.B. LL.B., Cincinnati Law 
School, 1S81 



John Fremont Brundige 

A.B. 
Herbert Healy 

LL.B., Cincinnati Law School 
Harvev Ray Keeler 

A.B' 
Caleb Marsh Van Hamm 

LL.B., Cincinnati Law School 
Frank G. Warden 

B.S. LL.B., Univ. of Mich., ib8: 



Joseph Erastus Andrews 

A.B. .LL.B. 
Charles Russell Mayers 

Edward Joseph Olney 
A.B. 



Lewis Reynolds Zollars 



Class of 1876 

Attorney at Law Dayton, O. 

Attorney at Law Cincinnati, O. 

Probate Judge, Hamilton County, Ohio 
79 Grand Consul 1884-86 

Delegate to 22d and 23d Grand Chapters 
President of Probate Judges of Ohio 
Trustee of Denison Univ. 
Publisher Chicago, 111. 

315 Dearborn St. 
Physician Philadelphia, Pa. 

411 Pine St. 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Died April 6, 1883 

Farmer Ottawa, Kas. 

Miller Toledo, O. 



Physician 
Farmer 



Granville, O. 
Kinka, Tenn. 



Class of 1879 

Attorney at Law Chicago, 111. 

Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 1109 Tacoma Bldg 

Class of 1880 

Farmer 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 
Journalist 
Hotel 



Waldo, O. 

Cincinnati, O. 

5th and Walnut Sts. 
Cleveland, O. 

■[Cincinnati, O. 

260 Race St. 
Newark, O. 



Class of 1882 

Attornev at Law 



■fNew Orleans, La. 
Columbus, O. 



Banker 

Cashier New First National Bank 
Civil Engineer Coshocton, O. 



Class of 1883 
Merchant 



Canton, O. 



178 



MU CHAPTER 



George Emory Andrews 
A.B., Rochester Univ. 
M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1887 

Charles Sanford Fay 
A.B. 

Elmer Ellsworth Ferris 

George Kauffman Goulding 
Francis Devie Hall 

Ph.G., Philadelphia Col. of 
Pharmacy, 1S86 
Lewis Albert Hicks 

Jeremiah Hyat Kenny 

Joseph Bancroft Kerr 
*John Alexander Bingham 

Wood 

B.S. 



Class of 1884 

Physician 

Real Estate 

Merchant 

Druggist 
Druggist 

Civil Engineer 

Merchant 

With Kenny Bros. 
Ranchman 

Student 

Died in 1895 



fCincinnati, O. 

Columbus, O. 

Cincinnati, O. 

480Q Morse St. 
Columbus, O. 
Newark, O. 

Berkeley, Cal. 

182S, 22d St. 

Canton, O. 

fGrouse Creek, Utah 

Sigourney, la. 



John Brackett Childe 

Ph.B., A.M. LL.B., Cincinnati 
Col.. 1887 
Frank Rodolphus Morse 

A.B. 
Charles Loren Owen 

A.B. 

James Wilson Price 

Louis Clark Robinson 
Charles Murray Taylor 



Class of 1885 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to i6th Grand Chapter 

Attorney at Law 

Scientist 

Asst. Curator Anthropology, 
Field Columbian Museum 
Banker 

Asst. Cashier Bank of Plain City 
Merchant 
Farmer 



Cincinnati, O. 
68 Carew Bldg. 

Cincinnati, O. 

5016 Eastern Ave. 
Chicago, 111. 

Columbian Museum 

Plain City, O. 

Beaverly, O. 
Lynchburg, Dak. 



Albert Bigelow Knox 

Ph.B. 
Benjamin Franklin McCann 

A.B. 
Thomas Addison McCann 
Robert Collett Suydam 



Class of 1886 

Farmer 

Attorney at Law 

Probate Judge Montgomery 



North Royalton, O. 

Dayton, O. 
County 

Dresden, O. 
fDenver, Colo. 



Arthur Dubois Eldridge 

Ph.B. 
*Ellsworth Howe Morse 

Ph.B. 
Daniel Elmer Munroe 

Ph.B. 
Edwin Elmer Sheffield 

Ph.B. M.D.,Univ. of Mich. 
Henry Stultz Sheffield 

M.D., Univ. of Mich. 
Charles Arthur Sinsel 

M.D., Univ. of Md., 1888 
Robert James Thresher 

A.B. 
Otis Lincoln Witter 



Class of 1887 

Salesman 

Merchant 

Died in 1886 
Manufacturer 

Physician 

Physician 

Physician 

Grain Broker 

Merchant 



Franklin, O. 

St. Joseph, Mo. 

Elbridge, N. Y. 

Elyria, O. 

Elyria, O. 

Grafton, W. Va. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Board of Trade 
■fEureka, Kan. 



DENISON UNIVERSITY 



179 



Harry Bolinger Curtin 

Ph.B. 
George Amos Dorsey 

A.B, Ph.D., Harvard Univ., if 

John William Forsyth 
George l^oger Wood 
Ph.B. B.D. 



*James Ernest Amos 

Dexter E. Junkins 
*Henry Colby Stilwell 

Ph.B. 
Leonard Leander Sutton 

A.B. 
William Wesley Turney 



W^illiam Herbert Eels Amos 
Willis Arden Chamberlin 

A.B. A.M., i8g4. A.B., Harvard 
Univ., 1891 
Harry Suydam Collette 

Aurelius Wilbur Collins 
Claude Perry Jones 

M.D.. Harvard Med. Col. 
George Buell McCann 

Thomas Silas Morris 

Oscar Otis Aretas Wilkinson 
A.B. 



Alfred Addison Thresher 
A.B. 



Arthur Marion Brumback 

A.B. 
Horace Ferris Smith 
Brainard Bliss Thresher 

A.B. 

Frank Eugene Whittemore 
Ph.B. 



Charles H. Dixon 
George Dana Hutson 

A.B. LL.B., Univ. of Cincinnati, 
1895 
Willett R. Spencer 



Fletcher Ransom Hall 
John Henry Massie 

A.B. B.D., Crozier Theol. Sem. 



Class of 1888 

Lumber Dealer 

Scientist 

Curator of Anthropology, Field 
Columbian Museum 
Lumberman 
Clergyman 



Class of 1889 

Journalist 

Died in 1890 
Manufacturer 
Student 

Died April iS, 1895 
Insurance and Real Estate 



Sutton, W. Va. 

Chicago, 111. 

S733 Madison Ave. 

Lexington, Ky. 
Wheaton, 111. 



Cambridge, O. 

Union City, Pa. 
Dayton, O. 

Attica, O. 

North Royalton, O. 



Class of 1890 



Journalist 
Teacher 



Asst. Professor of Modern Languages 



Cambridge, O. 
Granville, O. 



Contractor 

With J.S. White & Co. 

Delegate to 20th Grand Chapter 
Farmer 
Phvsician 



Merchant 

Secretary and Treasurer of Ashley 
Falls Marble Co. 



New York City 
29 Broadway 

Egypt, O. 
Southboro, Mass. 

Ashley Falls, Mass. 



Insurance 
Attorney at Law- 
Class of 1891 

Electrician 

Class of 1892 

Attorney at Law 

Manufacturer 
Merchant 

Attorney at Law 

Class of 1893 

Commercial Traveler 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 19th Grand Chapter 

Farmer 

Class of 1894 

Clergyman 



Cleveland, O. 

62 Riverside Ave. 
tNew York, N. Y. 

1645 Madison Ave. 



Dayton, O. 



fBoise City, Idaho 

fSyracuse, O. 
Dayton, O. 

Akron, O. 

Hamilton Bldg. 



Stuart, la. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Union Trust Bldg. 

Sycamore, O. 



Lowesville, Va. 



i8o 



MU CHAPTER 



Kendall Brooks Cressey 



Albert Elmore De Armond 
A.B. 



Heber C. Spicer 



Class of 1895 

Journalist Philadelphia, Pa. 

Manatrer Advertising Department The Frontenac 
Philadelpiiia Record 
Manufacturer Cincinnati, O. 

Sec. De Armond Mfg. Co. Station C 

Delegate to 21st and 22d Grand 
Chapters 
Manufacturer Akron, O. 

Sec. and Treas. The Akron Engi- 
neering Co. 



Carl Tibballs Burns 
Arthur Charles Baldwin 

A.B. B.D., Rochester Theol 
Earle Edwin Conway 

John D. Gibbs 
Fred Leroy Hutson 

A.B. 
William Paul Kerr 

James M. Sprague 



Eugene M. Waters 



Class of 1896 

Ranchman 
Clergyman 
. Sem., 1900 

Manufacturer 

State Manager and Director 
W. W. Kimball Co. 

Teacher 



Albany Tex. 
Ballston Spa, N. Y. 

Oak Park, 111. 
226 Maple Ave. 

Ravenswood, W. Va. 
Granville, O. 

Sigma Chi House 
Accountant Boston, Mass. 

With Walworth Manufacturing Company 
Capitalist Cincinnati, O. 

Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. The 305-306 Johnston Bldg 

American Bonding & Trust Co. 
of Baltimore City 
Commercial Agent fBoston, Mass. 



Herbert O. Barber 



Arthur Wallace Dean 

Harry Leon King 
Clifford Albert Wihsee 
Ph.B. 



Class of 1897 

Electrician 

Mgr. The Consolidated Ice & 
Electric Co. 
Merchant 

Manufacturer 



With Proctor & Gamble 
Grand Praetor 3d Province 1899-1901 
Delegate to 23d and 24th Grand 
Chapters 



Cambridge, O. 

Cleveland, O. 

216 Cuyahoga Bldg. 
King's Mills, O. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Hotel Sterling 



Harry Beaver Canby 

A.B. 
Francis Gardner Colby 

A.B. 
Herbert Quinton Jones 



Class of 1898 

Student 

Engineer 

With U. S. Shredded Biscuit Co, 
Constructing Engineer 



Dayton, O. 

51 Belmont Ave. 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

■fColumbus, O. 



Henry Wallar Amos 

B.L. 
George Sanford Austin 
Charles H. Davis 
Charles Gibson Massie 

Ph.B. 
Edward Earle Purinton 

A.B. 



Harry Samuel Wagner 
Ph^B. ^ 



Class of 1899 

Manufacturer 

Student 

Accountant 

Student 

In Med. Dept. Univ. of Va. 

Asst. Mgr. Physical Culture 
Health Home, Ronkonkoma, 
L.I. 
Student 

In. Med. Dept. Univ. of Mich. 



Cambridge, O. 

Painesville, O. 
Newark, O. 
Lowesville, Va. 

New York City, N. Y. 
245 E. 19th St. 



Toledo, O. 

846 W. Woodruff Ave. 



DENISON UNIVERSITY 



i8i 



Nathan Worth Brown 
B.S. 

Howard Lewis 
A.B. 

Edwin Clyde Nesbit 

A.B., Muskinyum Col. 
Hubert L. Sample 
Ralph Young Struble 



John Berry Harmon 

Frank E. Wright 
Percy Leonard Wiltsee 
A.B. 



Charles Frederick DeArmond 

Eugene Barney Huffman 

A.B. 
Frank Charles Lewis 

A.B. 
William Uwight Sample 

A.B. 
Maik Winchester 



Class of 1900 

Student 

In Med. Dept. Western Reserve 
Univ. 

Student 

In Harvard Law School 
Delcijate to 25tli Grand Chapter 

Railroad Agent 



Banker 

Class of 1901 
Accountant 

Planter 

Student 



Class of 1902 

Accountant 

With DeArmond Mfg. Co. 
Student 

Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 

Student 
Student 



Cleveland, O. 

Toledo, O. 

103 Prescott St. 

Chicago Junction, O. 

tSan Luis Potosi, Mex, 
Fredericktown, O. 



Cleveland, O. 

2130 Superior St. 
Helena, Ark. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Hotel Sterling 



Cincinnati, O. 

.Station C. 
Dayton, O. 

35 Linden Ave. 
Toledo, O. 

103 Prescott St. 
Granville, O. 

East Toledo, O. 



Class of 1903 



Frank Belford Amos 
Henry Robert Colby 

Thomas E. Dean 
John Alden Purinton 
William H. SprouU 

Walter Wright 



Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 
Student 

Planter 



Cambridge, O. 
Dayton, O. 

340 West ist St. 
Newark, O. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 
Allegheny, Pa. 

122 E. North Ave. 
Helena, Ark. 



William Elgin Wickenden 
Elmer Williams 



Class of 1904 

Student 
Student 



East Toledo, O. 

Starr Ave. 
Granville, O. 



NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

EVANSTON, ILLINOIS 

Founded in 1851 Chartered in 1851 

First Class Graduated in 1859 

A Denominational Institution (Methodist Episcopal) 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS MEDICAL SCHOOL 

DENTAL SCHOOL SCHOOL OF MUSIC 

SCHOOL OF PHARMACY GARRETT BIBLICAL INSTITUTE 

LAW SCHOOL ACADEMY 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $1,500,000 00 

Value of equipment and apparatus - - - 151,500 00 

Amount of endowment - - - - . - 3,641,612 00 

Value of productive funds - ... - 3,041,612 00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 336,396 50 

Tuition in liberal arts department ... 70 00 

Number of volumes in library ..... 45,000 

Number of professors and instructors .... 285 

Number of students in attendance ..... 2,865 

Number of students in each department : Liberal Arts, 614; Biblical Insti- 
tute, 158; Law, 211; Medical, 413; Pharmacy, 235; Dental, 566; Music, 
292; Academy, 507. 

Women are admitted and constitute about 40 per cent, of the attendance. 

OMEGA CHAPTER 

Founded June 23, 1869 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Delta Theta, 1859; Phi Kappa Psi, 1864; Phi Gamma Delta (inactive), 1869- 
72; Phi Kappa Sigma, 1872; Beta Theta Pi, 1873; Delta Upsilon, 1880; Delta Tau 
Delta, 1893; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1894; Gamma Delta Sigma, 1897; Alpha Phi 1881; 
Delta Gamma, 1882; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1882; Kappa Alpha Theta, 1888; Gamma 
Phi Beta, 1888; Pi Beta Phi, 1894; Delta Delta Deha, 1895; Phi Delta Phi, 1877; Alpha 
Chi Omega, 1890; Nu Sigma Nu, 1891; Delta Chi, 1892; Delta Sigma Delta, 1893; 
Omega Psi, 1894; Psi Chi, 1896; Alpha Epsilon Iota, 1898; Phi Rho Sigma, Sigma 
Nu, 1897. 

183 



OMEGA CHAPTER 

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 



Merritt Caldwell Bragdon 

A.B., A.M. M.D., Hahnemann 
Med. Col., Philadelphia, 1873 

Albert Darwin Langworthy 
A.B. 

Frederic Carvosso Winslow 
Ph.B. M.D., Chicago Medical 
Col., 1874 



Class of 1870 

Physician Evanston, 111. 

Trustee Northwestern University 
Director State Bank of Evanston 
Financial Agent Chicago, III. 

With John Hancock Mutual Life 620 Reaper Block 

Insurance Company of Boston 
Physician Jacksunville, 111. 

Superintendent Illinois Central 
Hospital for Insane 



*Hamilton Stately Wickes 
Ph.B. LL.B., Univ. ofWis., 1S72 

George Lewis Yaple 
A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1871 

Journalist 

Died January, 1899. 
Attorney at Law 



New York, N. Y. 
Mendon, Mich. 



George Erastus Bragdon 

Ph.B. 
Ellery Herbert Beal 

A.B., A.M., B.D. 
*Tames Gurshom Burke 

A.B. 
Lorin Cone Collins, Jr. 

M.A. 
Eltinge Elmore 

Ph.B. 
*John S. Hancock 

Edwin John Harrison 

Ph.B. 
*George Lunt 

B.S. 
Clarence Richmond Paul 

A.B. .A.M. 
Henry A. Pearsons 

A.B.. 1S62 
Frederick Dwight Raymond 

A.B. 

James Franklin Robinson 
A.B., A.M. 



William Henry Sparling 

M.D., Detroit Med. Col., 1S72 
Edward H. Webster 

A.M., 1887 



Class of 1872 

Merchant 

Clergyman 

M. E. Church 
Attorney at Law 

Date of death unknown 
Attorney at Law 

Coal Merchant 

Ranchman 

Died January 20, 1888 
Merchant 



Pueblo, Colo. 

118 Ormun Ave. 
•fFrankfort Station, 111. 

Aberdeen, S. Dak. 

Chicago, 111. 

112 Dearborn St. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

235 W. Water St. 
Las Vegas, N. Mex. 

Sauk Center, Minn. 



Commission Merchant Chicago, 111. 

Died June 14, idgS 
Editor Springfield, 111. 

Illinois State Journal 
Capitalist Evanston, 111. 

Trustee Northwestern University 
Railroad Official Chicago, 111. 

Treas. Elgin, Joliet & Eastern 1063 Rookery Bldg. 
R. R. 
Banker Rock Island, 111. 

Pres. Rock Island Nat'l Bank 613, 20th St. 

Pres. Central Trust & Sav's Bk. 

Delegate to 8th Grand Chapter 

Trustee Northwestern University 
Physician Moweaqua, 111. 

Local Surgeon I. C. R. R. 
Physician Evanston, 111. 

1332 Chicago, Ave 

184 



NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 



iS5 



James Chas. Bigelow 

M.D., Chicago Med. Col., i-^73 
John Summerfield Cuiidell 
Henry Allen Cooper 

A.B., A.M. LL.B. 
Walter Edwin Haskin 

*Frank Edward Hesler 
C.E. 

Lee Kline 

George Peter C. Newman 
Charles Trumbull 



Class of 1873 

Clergyman 

M. E. Church 
County Official 

Attorney at Law 

Member of Congress 
Merchant 

With Browning, King & Co. 
Journalist 

Died January i, 1884 

Traveling Salesman 

Merchant 
Civil Engineer 

Dejjt. U. S. Mineral Surveyor, 
Engineer's Office 



City 



tOregon, 111. 

Springfield, 111. 
Racine, Wis. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

IChicago, 111. 
ig2 Market St. 

Hammond, Ind. 
Spokane Falls, Wash. 



*Evarts Greene Boutell 

Chester Tuttle Drake 
C.E. 

*Fennimore Enz Hancock 

♦Albert S. Hough 

William M. Knox 

A.B., A.M. 
Daniel Charles Riehl 

A.B., A.M. B.D., 1876 



Class of 1874 

Student 

Died May 21, 1870 
Manufacturer 

Drake Standard Macliine Wks. 

Merchant 

Died February 16, 1872 



Date of death unknown 
Journalist 

Care Cliicago Press Club 
Clergyman 

In Michigan Conference. M. E. Church 

Delegate to loth Grand Chapter 



Evanston, 111. 

Chicago, 111. 

298-^00 W. Jackson 
Boiil. 
Dubuque, la. 

Aurora, 111. 

Chicago, 111. 

tSt. Louis, Mich. 



Class of 187s 

Charles Loring Draper 

John Henry Hamline Attorney at Law 

A.B., A.M. LL.B., Columbia Univ. 



Frank Mitchell Harris 

C.E. 
Charles Alvin Ilgenfritz 

Isaac Eli Lambert 

A.M. 
Tames Shelbourne Norris 
^ B.D. 



Manufacturer 

Horticulturist 

Attorney at Law 

U. S. District Atty. for Kansas 
Insurance 



Gen. Mgr. Phoenix Mutual Life Ins. Co. 



Jacksonville, 111. 
Chicago, 111. 

The Temple 
■fKansas City, Mo. 

Monroe, Mich. 
Emporia, Kan. 

Milwaukee, Wis, 



Alanson Stewart Appleton 

A.B. 
*Theophilus Brown Hilton 

A.B., A.M., B.D. 
Winfield Scott Matthews 

A.B., A.M., D.D., 1S89 

Fred Manville Taylor 

A.B., A.M. Ph.D., Univ. of Mich 
1888 
Charles Pinckney Wheeler 

A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1876 

Manager 



"fChicatro, 111. 

600 Pullman Bldg. 
Omaha, Neb. 



Clergyman 

Died March 25, 1S94 
Teacher fLos Angeles, Cal. 

President of University of South- 
ern California 
Teacher Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Junior Prof, of Political Economy, 
Univ. of Mich. 
Merchant Chicago, 111. 

Picands-Brown & Co. 1109 Rookery Bldg. 



i86 



OMEGA CHAPTER 



Holland Williams Baker 
C.E., Univ. of Mich., 1877 

Albert Dudley Early 
A.B. 

Frank Adelbert Early 

Frank Micajah Elliot 
B.L. 



Wm. Gray Evans 

Ph.B. 
Henry Frank 
Morrison Monroe Gillet 
♦Robert Marshall Humphrey 

Frank Edward Knappen 
A.B. A.M., 1880 

Joseph Earle Martin 

Edmund Stuart Moss 

Luther Andersen Norland 

A.B., A.M. 
*Ezra Benedict Parrish 

LL.B., Univ. of Iowa, 1882 



Class of 1877 
Civil Engineer 
Attorney at Law 
Insurance 



St. Louis, Mo. 

Rockford, 111. 

Chicago, 111. 

170 LaSalle St. 
Evanston, 111. 



Real Estate 

Grand Annotator, 1884-S6 
Grand Consul, i888-go 
Prest. Evanston Hospital Association 
Chicago Address, 123 LaSalle St. 
Real Estate Denver, Col. 



Clergyman 
Traveling Salesman 
Student 

Died August 3, 1S75 
Attorney at Law 

Prosecuting Atty 

Delegate to nth Grand Chapter 
Merchant Chicago, 111. 

Member Firm Coffin, Devoe & Co. 176 Randolph St. 
Contractor Chicago, HI. 

S06 Opera House Bldg. 
Ranchman La Jara, Col. 



tWaseca, Minn. 
Fond du Lac, Wis. 
Marietta, 111. 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 

208 W. Main St. 



Attorney at Law 
Died Mav 21, 188: 



Malvern, la. 



Edward Wyllys Andrews 
A.B. A.M., 1881 
LL.B.. Columbia Univ., 1880 
M.D., Chicago Med. Col., 1881 

William Morris Booth 
A.B., A.M. 

William Lazier Demorest 

A.B., A.M. 
William Hamilton Harris 

A.B. A.M., Northwestern Univ. 

LL.B., Columbia Col., 1880 



Dexter Park Donnelson 
A.B. 

Edward McWilliams 
Edward Lawrence Stewart 
B.S. 



Class of 1878 

Surgeon Chicago, 111. 

Surgeon Mercy Hospital 100 State St. 

Surgeon Michael Rees Hospital 

Prof, of Surgery, Chicago Med. Col. 

U S. Pension Examiner 

Grand Praetor 5th Province, 1884 
Attorney at Law 

Master in Chancery U. S. Circuit 
Court 

U. S. Commissioner 
Clergyman 



Chicago, 111. 

505 Monadnock Bldg. 



Attorney at Law 



Class of 1879 

Manufacturer 

Care Chicago Forge & Bolt Co. 
Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate 12th Grand Chapter 



Chicago, 111. 

1054 Monroe St. 
New York, N. Y. 

258 Broadway 



Evanston, 111. 

Dwight, 111. 
Chicago, 111. 
145 LaSalle St. 



John Wesley Bennett 

A.B., Univ. of Mich.. 1882; LL.B. 
Univ. of Mich., 1884 

W. L. Brown 

John Franklin Dale 

Nathan Smith Davis 

A.B., A.M. M.D., Chicago Med. 
Col., 1883 



Class of 1880 

Attorney at Law 



Ann Arbor, Mich. 



Hotel Des Moines, la. 

Mgr. Savery Hotel Company 
Insurance 

State Agent Phoenix Life Ins. Co 
Physician 

Trustee Northwestern Univ. 

Pres. Chicago Medico-Legal Society 

Prof. Principles and Practice of 
Medicine, Northwestern Univ. 



Omaha, Neb. 

8iSNewYork Life Bldg. 
Chicago, 111. 

65 Randolph St. 



NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 



187 



James Edward Deering 

Charles Dayton Etnyre 

Charles Allison Foulks 

Ph.B., Ph.M. M.D., Chicago 
Med. Col., 1885 
Robert B. Jessup 

Ph.B. M.D., Bellevue Hospital 
Med. CoJ., 1883 
Emory John Lipps 

Ph.B. 
♦James Wilson McWilliams 

Henry Adelmon Smith 
LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1S80 



Frank Taylor Andrews 

A.B., A.M. M.D.. Chicago Med 
Coll., 1884 

Raymond Victor DeGroff 

Edward Daniel Etnyre 

♦Frederick William Randolph 
LL.B., Union Col. of Law, 1881 



Manufacturer Deering, 111. 

Treas. Deering Mfg. Co. 

Abstracter Oregon, 111. 

Delegate to 14th Grand Chapter Ogle Co. 

Physician ^Kansas City, Mo. 



Physician 



Vincennes, Ind. 



Manufacturer Bethlehem, Pa. 

President Lehigh Valley Silk Mills 
Merchant Chicago, 111. 

Died March 4, 1S99 
Attorney at Law Oregon, 111. 



Class of 1881 

Surgeon 

Delegate to 13th, 14th, 15th and 
17th Grand Chapters 

Grand Annotator, 1888-90 
Teacher 

Delegate to 13th Grand Chapter 
Manufacturer 

E. D. Etnyre & Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Died March 12, 1882 



Chicago, 111. 

100 State St. 



Sterling, 111. 
Oregon, 111. 
Lake Benton, Minn. 



Frederic Alexander Hesler 
M.D., Miami Med. Col., Cincin- 
nati, O., 1883 
Charles H. Owen 



Class of 1882 

Surgeon 

Railroad Official 



Washington, D. C. 
U. S. Navy, Pacific 
Squadron 
Carroll, la. 



Mason Bross 

LL.B., Union Coll. of Law, iS 

*Harry Putney Brown 

Edwin Richard Elliot 



Class of 1883 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 
Grand Annotator, 1886-88 

Student 

Died December 8, 1S81 

Merchant 



Chicago, 111. 

Opera House Block 

Genoa, 111. 

Litchfield, 111. 



Albert Dean Currier 

B.S. 
George Peck Merrick 



B 



Y. 



George Damon Tunnicliff 
LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1885 



Frederic B. Kampf 
Harry L. Peck 
Charles Summer Slichter 
B.S. M.S., 1887 



Charles Addison Wightman 
Ph.B. 

Sydney Watson 
B.S. 



Class of 1884 
Attorney at Law- 
Attorney at Law 

Grancf Quaestor, 1882-84 
Delegate to 14th Grand Chapter 
Orator of 23d Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 



Chicago, 111, 

103 Adams St. 
Chicago, 111. 

108 Washington St. 

Macomb, 111. 



Class of 1885 

Journalist 

Manufacturer 

Teacher 

Pres. Wisconsin Academy of 
Sciences, Arts and Letters 

Commissioner and Sec. Wis. Geol 
and Nat. History Survey 

Asst. Hydrographer U. S. G. S. 

Delegate to 15th Grand Chapter 
Real Estate & Loan Broker 

Grand Historian 1884-90 

Grand Quaestor 1886-88 
Attorney at Law 



Wafonetka, la. 
tPine Bluffs, Col. 
Madison, Wis. 
636 Francis St. 



Evanston, 111, 

1735 Wesley Ave. 

St. Paul, Minn, 
19 Lizzie St. 



1 88 



OMEGA CHAPTER 



Frank Miner Brewer 
M.D.. Bennett Med. Col., 

David Edgar Crozier 

Hamlin Charles Eddy 
B.L., Univ. of Neb., 1885 

Henry Leonidas Kindig 
A.B., .-^.M. B.D., 1888 

Harry Lathrop 

William J. Prime 



Class of 1886 

Physician 

Teacher 
Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 

Pastor M.E. Church 
Laundry 
Clerk 



Jefferson, Wis. 

tTroy, Pa. 
Lincoln, Neb. 

2430 R St. 
Michigan City, Ind. 

116 E. 7th St. 
Greensburg, Ind. 
Dwight, 111. 



Charles Louis Clapp 
Frank Nelson Clark 

Giles Hubbard 

A.B. 
Edwin Llewellyn Shuman 

Ph.B. 
Ruter William Springer 

A.B. LL. B., Georgetown Law 
Col., 1S89 

Herbert Perry Wright 
B.S. M.S., 1890 



Henrv Caddock 

A.B. 
Frederick Judson Tourtellotte 

A.B. LL.B., 1893 



Roberto Rodelpho Edgar 
Robert Hatfield Harvey 

M.D. 
Otis McGaw Howard 

A.B. 
Benjamin Lincoln McFadden 

A.B. 
Charles Lewis Stevens 

A.B. 
Louis Davenport Wallace 
Burr Miller Weeden 

A.B., A.M., B.D. 

Charles Burton Wright 
B.S. 



Henry Ethelbert Adams 
Edmund Lathrop Andrews 

William James Jeffrey 
Jesse Jay Shuman 

Raphael Roy Shuman 
Ph.B. 

William Calkins Wise 



Class of 1887 

Lumberman So. Omaha, Neb. 

Regent Knoxall Council, Royal Arcanum 

Omaha, Neb. 
Paying Teller ist Nat'l Bank 
Attorney at Law fChicago, 111. 

50, 175 Dearborn St. 
Journalist Evanston, 111. 

Editorial Writer Chicago Tribune 221 Kedzie St. 
Clergyman Fort Thomas, Ky. 

Delegate to i6th, i8th and 21st 
Grand Chapters 



Chaplain in U. S .\rmy 
Stock Broker 



Class of 1888 

Accountant 

Care Wilson Bros. 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 

Class of 1880 



Physician 

Publisher 

Banker 

Vice Pres. Mason Co. Bank 
Journalist 

Journalist 

Clergyman 

Rector St. Luke's Church 
Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 

Banker 

Class of 1890 

Merchant 



Kansas City, Mo. 
930 Delaware St. 



Chicago, 111. 

Chicago, 111. 

3432 Vernon Ave. 



Buenos Ayres, S. A. 
Chicago, 111. 

2560 Calumet Ave. 
Chicago, 111. 

500 Masonic Temple 
Havana, 111. 

tjoliet. 111. 

Joliet, 111. _ 
San Francisco, Cal. 
1932 Broadway 

Woodstock, 111. 



Boston, Mass. 
143 High St. 
Electrical Engineer Chicago, 111. 

District Inspector, with American 3543 Lake Ave. 
Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Real Estate fSan Diego, Cal. 

Manufacturer Newburg, O. 

With Newburg Steel Works 
Advertising Manager Evanston, 111. 

With Joseph T. Ryerson & Son, 

Chicago 
Editor Boilermaker & Sheet Metal 
Maker 

Dentist fFond du Lac, Wis. 



NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 



189 



William Tracy Alden 

Ph.B. LL.B., Northwestern 
Univ., 1S93 

Frederick Bernard Cozzens 

Alfred Horace Phelps 
B.S. LL.B., Yale, i8g3 

Harry Fay Wakeman 
William Crowell VanBens- 
choten 

Ph.B. A.B., Harvard, 1892 
A.M., M.D., Northwestern Univ. 



Class of iSgi 

Attorney at Law Chicago, 111. 

Delegate to i8th and 22d Grand Atwood Bldg. 

Chapters 

Grand Praetor Fiftli Province, 1890-92 

Grand ;\nnotator, 1892-95 
Publisher 



Attorney at Law 

Delegate to i8th and 20th Grand 
Chapters 
Attorney at Law Lincoln, 111 



Chicago, 111. 

713 Masonic Temple 
Denver, Col. 

827 Grant Ave. 



Physician and Surgeon 

Grand Historian, 1891-93 



Chicago, 111. 

6442 Greenwood Ave. 



Myron Hunt 

Edmund Ludlow 

M.D., Northwestern Univ. 

John Joseph Nutt 

B.L., Dartmouth Col., 1894 
M.S., New York Univ., 1897 
M.D., Cornell Univ., 1899 

♦Charles Thurber Watrous 



Class of 1892 

Architect Chicago, 111. 

S50, 125 LaSalle St. 
Physician Chicago, 111. 

Care Mercv Hospital 
Surgeon t^ew York, N. Y. 

Surgeon to Bellevue Dispensary 107 \V. 74th St. 

Asst. Surgeon Polytechnic Hospital 



Actor 

Died December 10, 1893 



Hampshire, 111. 



George Philo Hills 

A.B. LL.B., Lake Forest Univ. 
Frank Gilbert Jackson 

Francis Wood Hemenway 



Class of 1893 
Attorney at Law 

Bailiff 

In Circuit Court, Chicago 



Ottawa, 111. 

Chicago, 111. 

3740 Elm wood Ave. 
|Evanston, 111. 



Harry Egbert Ambler 
♦Arthur Boynton Harbert 

Philemon Bulkley Kohlsaat 

Ph.B., Univ. of Chicago 
Robert Joseph Kerr 

Carlton Ray Latham 

Ph.B. LL.B. 
Robert Waterman Stevens 



Frederic Perry Vose 
LL.B. 



Class of 1894 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 

Died November 22, 1900 
Teacher 

Lewis Institute 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 
Teacher 

Director Piano Dept. Chicago Au 
ditorium Conservatory 
Attorney at Law 

Pres. .School Board of Trustees, 
Evanston, 111. 



Chicago, 111. 

Royal Trust Co 
Evanston, 111. 



Chicago, 111. 

311 Central Park Ave. 
Chicago, 111. 

i?() LaSalle St. 
Chicago, 111. 

Atwood Bldg. 
Chicago, 111. 

829 Warren Ave. 

Chicago, 111. 

1339 Marquette Bldg. 



Carey Culbertson 

A.B.,M.D. 
Burt Foster Howard 

M.D. 



Class of 189s 
Physician 



Piper City, 111. 



Physician Bangor, Me. 

Asst. Physician Eastern Maine 
Insane Hospital 



190 



OMEGA CHAPTER 



Class of 1896 

Charles Henry Bartlett Attorney at Law 

Ph. B., Cornell Univ. 

LL.B., Chicago Col. of Law 
Ellis Kirk Kerr Physician 

A. M. M.D.. Northwestern Univ. Interne Cook County Hospital 
William Archibald Logan Accountant 

With State Central Savings Bank 



Chicago, 111. 
155 LaSalle St. 

Chicago, 111, 

1323 Washington Boul. 
Keokuk, la. 



Edwin Marshall St. John 
A.B. 



Attorney at Law 



Rockford, 111. 



Walter D. Lowry 
Arthur E. Price 



Paul B. Ransom 
Charles Fletcher Scott 



Class of 1897 

Chicago, 111. 
Physician Chicago, 111. 

Associate Instructor Rush Medi- 538 W. Adams St. 

cal College 
Associate Instructor Chicago Coll. 

Dental Surgery 
Attending Physician Cook County 

Hospital 
Surgical Examiner Chicago Union 

Traction Co. 

Evanston, 111. 

Journalist Evanston, HI. 

The Cambridge 



Hugh Rice Marshall 
Guy Henry Maghee 

Clarence Harrison Mowry 

B.S. 
Carleton H. Pendleton 

B.S. LL.B. 
LeRoy W. Warren 

A.B. 



Class of 1898 

Journalist 

With Kendall County Herald 
Civil Engineer 

Accountant 

With Crane Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 



Yorkville, 111. 

Llewellyn Park, 111. 

136 Bryan Ave. 
Chicago, 111. 

S6oo Michigan Ave. 
Chicago, 111. 

100 Washington St. 
Lagrange, Ind. 



Class of 1899 



Cornelius Roosevelt Barnard Clerk 



Ralph Bradbury Butterfield 
John Butler Dickson 

Miller Hutchinson 

*Burgess Elwyn Holroyd 

Dwight S. Harding 

B.S., Princeton Univ., 1899 
Marshall Jay Kirkman 

Edward Wolcott McGrew 



William Jackson Sweeney 

LL.B., 1895. B.S, Cornell Univ. 
Jesse Peck Van Doozer 



With Chapin & Gaylord, Chicago 
Lumber Merchant 



Bookkeeper 

With Rathburn, Pettibone & Sard 
Student 

Died August 5, 1896 
Insurance 

Attorney at Law 

Clerk 

With Chicago & Northwestern 
Railroad. 56 Kinzie St. 
Attorney at Law 
,1899 
Attorney at Law 



Evanston, 111. 

Norfield, Miss, 
Cleveland, O. 

40 Pratt St. 
Aurora, 111. 

Evanston, III. 

St. Joseph, Mo, 

Chicago, 111. 

161S Monadnock Bldg. 
Chicago, 111. 

533 Belden av. 

Rock Island, 111. 

816 20th St. 
Chicago, 111. 



NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 



Lorin Cone Collins, 3rd 

M.D. 
Arthur Tuttle Mcintosh 

B.S. 

Percy C. Pickrell 
Frederic Merritt Wing 



Wallace Webster Cumnock 
Paul W. Cleveland 



William L. Eaton 

Albert W. Leonard 
Steven C. Rawlins 

Lucian Easter Smith 
B.S. 



William Mattison Bray 

Morris M. Ford 

H. C. Kendall Hester 

Ward Wright Pierson 



Class of 1900 

Physician Chicago, 111. 

4 Tower Court 
Solicitor Chicago, 111. 

With New York Life Insurance 516 Marquette Bldg. 
Coinijany 
Advertising Agent 

.Advertising Manager Chicago 
Record-Herald 
Student 



Evanston, 111. 

710 Clarl< St. 

Chicago, 111. 

5601 Micliigan Ave. 



Class of 1901 



Student Evanston, 111. 

Insurance Chicago, 111. 

Witli New England Mutual Life Hartford Bldg. 

Ins. Co. 

Grand Praetor Fifth Province 1901 
Publisher Chicago, 111. 

Treasurer and Asst. Sec. Eaton & Co. Fine Arts Bldg. 



Student 

Real Estate and Loans 

Architect 



Clinton, la. 
Chicago, 111. 

125 LaSalle St. 
New York. N. Y. 

460 Manhattan Ave. 



Class of 1902 

Student Oshkosh, Wis. 

Student Galva, 111. 

Chicago, 111. 
Representing ."^dams & Westlake 40 Junior Terrace 
Co. 
Student Wilmette, 111. 



George Edward Bahrenburg 
Emmons Reed Blake 
Ernest Frank Briggs 
William Heilman 

Harold Cortez Johnson 
Charles Percy McConnell 
Grafton Worley Sullenburger 

A.B., Miami Univ., 1900 
Levy Williamson 



Class of 1903 

Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Student 
Student 
Divinity Student 

Student 



Los Angeles, Cal. 
Chicago, 111. 
Delta, O. 
Evansville, Ind. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Evanston, 111. 
Oxford, O. 

Rochester, Ind. 



William Macafee 
Walter Smvthe Vose 



Class of 1904 



Student 
Student 



Evanston, III. 
Evanston, 111. 
733 Forest Ave. 



HANOVER COLLEGE 

HANOVER, INDIANA 

Founded in 1827 Chartered in 1834 

First Class Graduated in 1834 

A Denominational Institution (Presbyterian) 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGIATE PREPARATORY MUSIC 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings, grounds, equipment and apparatus - $200,000.00 

Amount of endowment and productive funds ... 200,000.00 

Income from all sources for iSgg-igoo - - - 11,000.00 

Tuition in collegiate department .... free 

Number of volumes in library .... 15,000 

Number of professors and instructors - . . - i^ 

Number of students in attendance . - . . 160 

Women are admitted and constitute about one-sixth of the attendance. 

CHI CHAPTER 

Founded May 30, 1871 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, 1853; Phi Gamma Delta, 1864; Phi Delta Theta, i860; Delta Tau 
Delta (inactive), 1872-95; Delta Gamma (inactive), 1881-91; Kappa Alpha Theta, 1882. 



193 



CHI CHAPTER 



HANOVER COLLEGE 



Samuel Perry Dillon 

A.B., B.S. 
Williel Thomson 

A.B., A.M. 



William James Johnson 

B.S., A.M. LL.B., Columbia 
Univ., 1878 

Joseph William Mann 
A.B. A.M. 

♦Robert Ardery Mathers 

John Henderson Wade 

A.M., 1872: M.D., Bellevue Medi- 
cal Hospital, 1875 



*David Thaddeus Robison 
A.B. 



Class of 1871 

Clergyman Hamilton, O. 

Delegate to 18th Grand Chapter 432 N. 2d St. 

Clergyman Pasadena, Cal. 

Class of 1872 

Attorney at Law Madison, Ind. 

Manager National Starch Mfg. Co. 707 W. 2d St. 

Clergyman Paw Paw, 111. 

County Official Carlisle, Ky. 

Died October 25, 1875 

Physician . Goshen, O. 

Class of 1873 

Student Urbana, O. 

Died February 27, 1875 



Albert Barnes 

William Harvey Demaree 

William Henry McCaughey 

A.B. D.D., i8g3 
Thomas Jefferson May 

A.B. 
Royal Ellis Purcell 

B.S. A.M., 1883 

Albert Sarle Sharpless 

A.B., A.M. 
*Joseph William Schuck 



Class of 1874 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Care Post the Photographer 
Clergyman 

Clergyman 

Publisher 

State Senator 

Trustee Hanover College 

Trustee Vincennes University 

Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 



Beaver Falls, Pa. 

1515 6th Ave. 

Denver, Col. 

Terre Haute, Ind. 

715 Mulberry St. 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Vincennes, Ind, 
119 Main St. 

Bridgeton, N. J. 

IQ4 Commerce St. 
Ottawa, Kas. 



Joseph Steele Eastman 

A.B. M.D., Missouri Medical Col 
1878. A.M. 
George Ballentine Evans 

B.S.. A.M. M.D., Medical Col. 
of Ohio, 1878 
*Marcus Irenaeus Garrison 

A.B. 
John Ruby Laughlin 

A.B. A.M. 
James Matthews Simonton 

A.B. A.M., Wooster Univ. 



Class of 1875 

Physician Berkley, Cal. 

President Oakland College Medi- 2164 Center St. 
cine & Surgery 
Physician Dayton, O. 

17 S. Wilkinson St. 

Missionary 

Died in May, 1897 
Real Estate 



Clergyman 



Bombay, India 

St. Louis, Mo. 

606 Fullerton Bldg. 
New York, N. Y. 



194 



HANOVER COLLEGE 



195 



John Henry Bright 

A.B., A.M. A.M., Wabash 
Col., 1879 
William Newton Harding 

B.S. A. B.. 1884. 
Augustus Philip Keil 

A.B., 1^76; A.M., 1879; Ph.D. 
Wabash Col. 
Wallace Wood 



Lafayette Pence 
B.S., A.M. 



Montgomery May 

A.B.. A.M. 
John Montgomery Wampler 



Cassius B. Cooper 
Frank Ambrose Lackey 
Hamilton Stillson 

A.B. A.M. M.D., Univ. of 
Louisville, Ky., 1882 
Benjamin Franklin Strader 

A.B 
Francis Thomas Wright 



Class of 1876 

Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 
Teacher 

Clergyman 

Class of 1877 

Attorney at Law- 
Class of 1878 
Clergyman 
Physician 

Class of 1879 

Attorney at Law 
Traveling Salesman 
Physician 

Bookkeeper 
Farmer 



Mt. Vernon, Mo. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

1624 N. Meridian St. 
Bellevue, Ky. 

275 Washin^'ton Ave. 

tSulphur, Ky. 



Kinderhook, N. J. 



Vandalia, 111. 

Richmond, Ind. 

32 N. 7th St. 



Columbus, Ind. 
Richmond, Ind. 
Seattle, Wash. 
220 Jefferson St. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

514 Crocker St. 
Taylorsville, Ind. 



William Houston Craig 
A.B., A.M. 



Joseph Willson Hays 

A.B., Wooster Univ., 1880 

Walter Scott Montgomery 

A.B. A.M., 18S3 
♦John Luther Moore 

Horace Binney Morse 
A.B. M.U., Ky. School of 
Medicine, 1884 



Harry Garritt Gaylord 

A.B., A.M. M.D., Miami Med. 
Col., 1888 

Oscar Hilton Montgomery 
A.B. A.M., 1887 



Frank Morse 

A.B. Ph.G., Philadelphia Col. 
of Pharmacy, 1886 
William Kennedy Saunders 

Ross Shackleford 
♦Cornelius Vannuys 

A.M. 
♦Coleman Reed Wilson 

A.M. 



Class of 1880 

Publisher 

Treasurer Crownland Cemetery 

Association 
President School Board 
President Standard Canning- 
Company 
Physician 

Publisher 

Delegate to 12th Grand Chaper 
Student 

Died in March, 1878 
Druggist 



Class of if 

Physician 



Attorney at Law 

Member of Indiana Commission 

on Uniformity of Laws among 

the States 
Merchant 



Noblesville, Ind. 



■fLouisville, Ky. 
Greenfield, Ind, 
Valley City, O. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

17th and South Sts. 



Indianapolis, Ind, 

1140 Prospect St. 

Seymour, Ind. 



Philadelphia, Pa, 
30th and York Sts. 

Belton, Tex, 



Attorney at Law 

Attorney in Bell County for G. C. 
& S. F. Ry. Co. 
Clerk tCherokee, Okla. 

Student Franklin, Ind, 

Date of death unknown 
Merchant Brookfield, Mo. 

Died in 1889 



196 



CHI CHAPTER 
Class of 1882 



Albert Scovel AUin? 



William Starr Gaylord 

A.B. 
Oliver Waldron Jennings 
D.M.T., Louisville School of 
Psycho-Magnetic Healing, 
igoo 
D. O., Inter. School of Oste- 
opathy, igoi 



Walter Lowrie Fisher 
A.B. A.M., 1886 



Isaac Newton Hatfield 
M.D., Iowa State Univ. 
Edward Everett Powell 
*William D. Thomas 



Edward Lacy Wilson 



♦Joseph Wiley Crosby 

*Geo. W. Harding 

Nathan Powell 
B.L., A.M. 



Merchant Indianapolis, Ind. 

With Layman & Carey Hardware 1211 ISf. Arsenal Ave. 
Co. 

Engineer Oregon City, Ore. 



Physician 



Class of 1883 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 13th, 14th, 15th, i6th 
and 20th Chapters; Grand Tri- 
bune. 1884-88; Editor of the Sig- 
ma Chi, 1884-88; Grand QuEestor, 
1888-90; Grand Consul, 1890-92 

Physician 

Miller 
Merchant 

Firm J. W. Thomas & Son 

Died July 17, 1901 
Manufacturer 



Class of li. 

Merchant 
Died in 1887 

Manufacturer 
Died in 18S7 

Banker 



Louisville, Ky. 

714 W. Walnut St. 



Chicago, 111. 

55 Portland Block 



Bluffton, Ind. 

220 W. Cherry St. 

Madison, Ind. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Laclede and Vande- 
venter Aves. 



Martinsville, Ind. 
Lexington, Ind. 
Madison, Ind. 



Charles Ailing, Jr. 

A.B. LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 
1888; A.M., 1889 



Elmer Bower Barnes 
Harvey Duffy Montgomery 

William Jacob Weber 
John Howard Wiggam 
A.B. 



Jacob Fonts BottorEE 

A.B. 
Howard Fisher 

A.B. A.M. M.D., Jefferson Med, 
Col. 

Charles Everts Morse 

A.B. A.M., B. S. 
Amie Louis Trafelet 
George Shannon Taylor 

A.B. A.M., 1S97 



Class of 1885 

Attorney at Law Chicago, 111. 

Alderman 2d Ward, Chicago 706 Tacoma Bldg. 

Delegate to 15th, 17th, 21st, 22d, 23d 

and 24th Grand Chapters 
Grand Tribune, 1888-1900 
Editor in Chief Sigma Chi Quar- 
terly, 1888-1895; Editor of Cata- 
logue of 1890 
Planter Cleveland, Miss. 

Merchant Kent, Ind. 

Postmaster, Kent, Ind. 
Brewer Madison, Ind. 

Farmer Emporia, Kan. 



Class of 1886 

Teacher 

Physician 

Member Emergency Hospital 
Medical Staff 

Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 
Clergyman 

Teacher 
Teacher 



Supt. Jefferson County Public Schools 



Mound Valley, Kan. 

Washington, D. C. 

1758 S St. 

Chicago, 111. 

Vevay, Ind. 
Madison, Ind. 



HANOVER COLLEGE 



197 



Alvan Vinton Brashear 

A.B. 
John Douthitt Ferguson 

A.B. 
William Francis Irwin 

A.B., A.M. 
Frederick Clifton Koons 

A.B. 
Elmer Ellsworth Martin 

A.B. LL.B., Univ. of Louisville, 
1897 
James Todd 

A.B. A.M. 

William Napoleon Turner 
Joseph Rawlins Voris 
A.B. A.M., 1S89 



Chester Hubbard Williamson 



Class of 1887 
Clergyman 
Attorney at Law 



Montezuma, Ind. 
Jeffersonville, Ind. 



Clergyman Springfield, 111. 

Pastor Second Presbyterian Church 
Manager Des Moines, la. 

With Janesville Machine Company 
Attorney at Law Jeffersonville, Ind. 

Attorney at Law Chicago, 111. 

Attorney for the Sanitary District 1106 Security Bldg. 
of Chicago 
Planter Charlestown, Miss. 

Banker Bedford, Ind. 

Cashier Citizens National Bank, 
Bedford, Ind. 

Delegate to 17th and 23d Grand Chapters 

Grand Praetor Fourth Province, 1896-97 
Clergyman jCovington, Ky. 



Class of 1888 

Peter Clarence Brashear Banker 

Supt. Provident Savings Life 
Assurance Society 
Egede Cummings McMillen Musician 

Manager John A. Jones Music 
House 
Harry Merritt Voris Banker 



Assistant Cashier Citizens National Bank 



Louisville, Ky. 

32-34 American Nat. 
Bldg. 
Huntington, W. Va. 
634, loth St. 

Bedford, Ind. 



William Robert Ailing 
Hubert Edson 
William Henry Heller 

John Mills McClintock 

B.S. 
Edward Hart Pence 

A.B., A.M., B.L. D.D., Beloit 
Col., 1900 
Nathan Watts 



Class of 1889 

Salesman 
Manufacturer 
Tanner and Currier 

Attorney at Law 

County Attorney 
Clergyman 

Pastor of Fort St. Presbyterian 
Church 
Capitalist 



Madison, Ind. 
Patterson, La. 
New York, N. Y. 

37 Spruce St. 
Duluth, Minn. 

500-1 Torrey Bldg. 

Detroit, Mich. 
73 Bagg St. 

San Diego, Cal. 



Class of 1890 



Wilson Irwin Kelly 



Manufacturer Wheeling, W. Va. 

General Manager W. Va. Steel Co. Bo.\ 126 
♦William Fillmore Middleton Student Madison, Ind. 

Died September 28, 1888 
Attorney at Law Louisville, Ky. 

County Attorney of Henry County Equitable Bldg. 



Charles H. Sanford 

A.B., Notre Dame. 1890; B.L., 
Cincinnati Law School, 1893 
Robert Douglass Taylor 

A.B. 
♦Horace Wiggam 

B.L. 



Traveling Salesman 

Teacher 

Died October 14, 1892 



■flndianapolis, Ind. 

241-249 Kentucky Ave. 
Vernon, Ind. 



Samuel Simpson Gatch 

Alois Bachman Graham 
A.B. A.M., 1896 



Class of 1891 

Teacher Milford, O. 

Delegate to the 22d Grand Chapter 
Physician Indianapolis, Ind. 



198 



CHI CHAPTER 



James Dennys Byrns 
Frank Crozier 

B.S. M.A.,1894. B.L.,Univ. of 
Mich., 1894 

Lewis Parker Drayer 

A.M. 
Andrew Phelps McCormick 

A.B. LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 189 
Abram Obadiah Sanford 
Samuel Collins Taylor 



*C. Bloomfield Edson 



Albert Edward Wiggam 
B.L. 



Frederick Rankin Charlton 

M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1S96 
James Thompson Layman 



William Dickie Richmond 
A.B. A.M., 1S96 

Paul Brown Scarff 

A.B. B.L., Columbia Univ. 
Frank S. Taylor 



Nathan Powell Graham 
Edwin Campbell McCuUough 

James Edwin McSurely 
LL.B., Univ. of Cincinnati 

Walter Morton Sutherland 
A.B. 

William Brown Torrance 



Van Wagenen Ailing 

B.C.E., Purdue Univ., 1897 

Thomas Jackson Graham 

A.B. A.M., Princeton Theol.Sem. 
rgoo 

Vinton Page Harris 
A.B. 

Frank Rundle 
A.B. 



Joseph Taylor Britan 
A.B. A.M., 1901 



Class of 1892 

Physician 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 

Grand Editor, 1895-97 

Grand Historian, 1897-99 
Physician 

Attorney at Law 
3 

Farmer 
Trader and Prospector 

Class of 1893 

Clergyman 

Grand Praetor of Fourth Province, 1892 
Editor of .Supplement to Catalogue of 
1890, published in Sigma Chi Quar- 
terlv, July, 1891 
Died_May, 189S 
Journalist Vernon, Ind. 

Grand Praetor 4th Province, 1892-93 
Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 



Mitchell, Ind. 
Chicago, 111. 

54o3Woodlawn Ave. 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Waco, Tex. 

425 S. 3d St. 
New Castle, Ky. 
Eagle City, Alaska 



Kent, Ind. 



Class of 1894 
Physician 

Merchant 

Layman & Carey Co. 

Member U. S. Pension Board 

Major Surgeon 2d Inf. L N. G. 
Student 

Attorney at Law 
Stenographer 

Class of 1895 

Physician 
Chemist 

Delegate to 19th Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 

Class of 1896 

Contractor Chicago, 111. 

Supervising Architect, U. S. Army, Care of Charles Al- 
Santiago, Cuba ling, Jr. 

Clergyman West Union, la. 

, Delegate to the 22d Grand Chapter Fayette County 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

224 N. Meridian St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



fPhiladelphia, Pa. 

Jefferson College of 
Medicine 
New York, N. Y. 

152 E. 60th St. 
Chicago, 111. 

635 43d St. 



Madison, Ind. 
Dayton, O. 

452 E. 3d_St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

316-31S Ind. Trust Bldg. 
Fulton, Cal. 

Terre Haute, Ind. 



Salesman 
Clerk 



Hanover, Ind. 

Clinton, 111. 

210 E. .Adams St. 



Class of 1897 



Robert Connor 
Harry Ream 



Clergyman Hanover, Ind. 

Pastor Elect Presbyterian Church, 
Mansfield, Pa. 

Marshfield, Wis. 
Vice-President of Connor Company 

Muncie, Ind. 



Ralph Borden Applewhite 
Fred Radcliffe Clarke 

Guilford Garber 
Henry Thompson Graham 
B.S. 



HANOVER COLLEGE 

., Class of 1898 

Banker 
Electrician 

Soldier 
Clergyman 

Pastor of Presbyterian Church 



[99 



Brownstown, Ind. 
Carthage, Mo. 

71S E. Centra! Ave. 
Madison, Ind. 
Englishtown, N. J, 



Clarence LaRue Bonta 

B.S. 
Thomas Martin Brown 

Frank Portus Gibson 

Evan Churchill Totten 

M.D., Cincinnati Medical Col 
lege, 1900 



Herbert Dickey Britan 

A.B. 
Edward Otto Heuse 

B.S. 



Class of 1899 
Student 
Merchant 

Physician 

Class of 1900 

Teacher 

Teacher in Philippine Islands 
Teacher 

Teacher of Science, Noblesville 
(Ind.) High School 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

17th and South Sts. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

410 N. Meridian St. 
Cleveland, O. 

64 )5eech\vood Ave. 
Madison, Ind. 



Hanover, Ind. 
Madison, Ind. 



Frederic Crane Ailing 

John Boden 

A.B. 
Melville Humphrey Keil 
Thomas Bucephalus Mac- 
Gregor 

B.S. 
Lewis Charles Needham 

A.B. 
Russell Tuthill 

A.B. 



Class of 1901 

Clerk 

With H. K. Albers 
Student 

Draughtsman 

Student 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Teacher 

Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



Ft. Smith, Ark. 

Chicago, 111. 

398 Washburne Ave. 
tElizabeth, N. J. 

Madison, Ind. 

Chicago, 111. 

2337 W. Adams St. 
Anna, 111, 



John William Graham 
Raymond Humphrey Keil 

Spencer K. Norton 



Class of 1902 



Student 
Student 



Madison, Ind. 
tNew York, N. Y. 
Fordham Heights 
Bedford, Ind. 



James Graham Brown 
George Clarence Heckman 
Chauncey Bradley Lewis 

Harry Louis Morgan 
George Ernest Sherlock 
James Markely Wright 



Class of 1903 

Student 

Electrical Engineer 

With Dayton Motor Co. 

With Indianapolis Carriage 
Iron Co. 
Student 
Farmer 
Chemist 



■flndianapolis, Ind. 

410 N. Meridian St. 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Hanna Homestead 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

no S. Pennsylvania St. 

Spencer, Ind. 
Madison, Ind. 
North Madison, Ind. 



200 



Alexander Julian Chinn 
Andrew David Goldsmith 
William Hase Lence 



Charles Herbert Palmer 
Dwight Dix Tallman 



CHI CHAPTER 

Class of 1904,. 

Student 
Student 
Student 

Class of 1905 
Student 
Student 



Frankfort, Ky. 
Hanover, Ind. 
Jonesboro, 111. 



Chicago, 111, 

8S20 Throop St. 
Chicago, 111. 

8830 Elizabeth St. 



HAMPDEN-SIDNEY COLLEGE 

HAMPDEN-SIDNEY, VIRGINIA 

Founded in 1776 Chartered in 1783. 

First Class Graduated in 1786 

DEPARTMENTS 
collegiate 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $225,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus . . . . 15,000.00 

Amount of endowment ..... 150,000.00 

Value of productive funds ..... 150,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 13,500.00 

Number of volumes in library ..... 16,000 

Number of professors and instructors ... q 

Number of students in attendance .... log 

Women are not admitted. 

SIGMA SIGMA CHAPTER 

Founded January i, 1872, Became inactive in 1889. Was revived in September, 1890 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, 1850; Phi Kappa Psi, 1855; Sigma Alpha Epsilon (inactive), 
1860-61; Chi Phi, 1867; Phi Gamma Delta, 1870; Kappa Sigma, 1883; Pi Kappa 
Alpha, 1885; Alpha Tau Omega (inactive), 1890-96; Kappa Alpha, 1899. 



SIGMA SIGMA CHAPTER 



HAMPDEN-SIDNEY COLLEGE 



*Isaac Van Meter Scott 
A.B. 



*John Neff Crawford 

William Lancaster Ould 
John W. Thackston 
A.B. 



Howard R. Walker 



Jesse Albert Wallace 

A.B., 1S71; A.M., King's Col., 
187-^; D.D., Central Univ., Ky. 

Orville M. Yerger, Jr. 
A.B. 



Emmet M. Dickson 

A.B. 
Algernon Sidney Doak 



William Edward Cave 

A.B., D.D. 
William Chinn 

A.B. 
Edward Carrington Edmunds 
Hugh Carrington Grigsby 

A.B. 
William Clarke Herndon 

LL.B., Washington & Lee Univ., 
1878 
Paulus A. Irving 

M.D., Medical College of Va. 



John H. Lacy 

*William Malcolm McGilvary 

A.B. 
Donald McPhail 

M.D., Richmond Med. Col. 
John R. Morton 

A.B. 
Richard Clarke Reed 

A.B., King's Col., 1873; D.D. 

John Sumpter Shaw 

A.B., Davidson Col., 1873 



Class of 1872 

Clergyman 
Died in 1S79. 

Class of 1873 

Clergyman 

Date of death unknown 
Clergyman 



Class of 1874 



Talcott, Va, 



Denverton, Cal. 

Baltimore, Md. 
Darlington Heights, 
Va. 



Altmore, Ala. 



Clergyman 

Rector of Church of Heavenly Rest 
Chaplain 1st Cavalry, Ala. Nat. Guard 

Teacher Bristol, Tenn. 



Attorney at Law 

Class of 187s 

Attorney at Law 
Clergyman 

Class of 1876 

Clergyman 

Pastor First Presbyterian Church 



Clergyman 

Tobacconist 
Farmer 

Attorney at Law 

Police Judge of the City of 
Frankfort 
Physician 

Secretary State Board of Health 
Professor in University Col. of 

Medicine 
Member Board of Trustees, 
Hampden-Sidney Col. 
Physician 
Clergyman 

Died February 12, 1883 
Physician 

Farmer 

Public School Trustee 
Clergyman 

Professor of Church History in 
Presbyterian Theol. Sem. 
Clergyman 



■fNashville, Tenn. 

Paris, Ky 
tSummerfield, Ala. 

Paducah, Ky. 

tAccomack C. H., Va. 

Winston, N. C. 
Smithville, Va. 

Frankfort, Ky. 
208 Conway St. 

Richmond, Va. 
301 W. Grace St. 



tClifton, Ariz. 
Jonesboro, N. C. 

Randolph, Va. 

Millbank, Va. 

Columbia, S. C. 
1419 Richland St. 

tNatchez.Miss. 



HAMPDEN-SIDNEY COLLEGE 



203 



Charles E. Bouldin 
William Wirt Henry, Jr. 

A.B. LL.D., Richmond Col., 
*Thomas Joyes 

A.B. LL.B., Louisville Law 
School. 1880 
♦Archibald Owen 

A.B. 
*Julius Allen Patton 



Thomas Senimes Forbes 

A.B. 
William E. Owen 
Alexander Sprunt 

A.B., 1875; D.D. Davidson Col. 
Julius Leigh Wilson 

A.B. 



John Diell Blanton 

A.B. LL.D., Southwestern Pres. 
Univ.. igoi 
Thomas Cummins 

A.B. 
Daniel Grinnan 

B.L., Univ. of Va., 1888 

D.D., Hanipden-Sidney Col., 1897 
Randolph Bryan Grinnan 



William Paul Moore 

A.B. C.E., Virginia Military Inst, 
D.D.S., Baltimore Col. of Den 
tistry, 1S88 

Edward Watkins Speed 
A.B. 

C. Heilman Wilson 
A.B. 



Class of 1877 

Farmer 
Real Estate 
o 

Attorney at Law 
Died in 1897 

Planter 

Date of death unknown 
Banker 

Died March 28, 1891 

Class of 1878 
Life Insurance 

Planter 
Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 

Deletjate to 14th Grand Chapter 

Class of 1879 

Teacher 

President Ward Seminary 

Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 

Pastor of Woodlawn Presbyter- 
ian Church 
Dentist 

Mayor of Jackson 



Randolph, Va. 
Richmond, Va. 

Boulder, Mont. 

South Boston, Va. 
Danville, Va. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

South Boston, Va. 
Charleston, S. C. 

Farmville, Va. 



Nashville, Tenn. 

143 N. Spruce St. 

fVicksburg, Miss. 
Rapidan, Va. 

Louisville, Ky. 
2445 Amber St. 

Jackson, N. C. 



Commission Merchant Omaha, Neb. 

Manager of •'The Flats Commis- 1533 Park Ave. 

sion Co." 
Teacher 



Thornton Knox Alexander 
M. G. Bain 

James Randolph Branch 
John Thornton Knight 

Roger Martin 
*Nathan E. V'enable 
A.B. 

C. B. Woods 



Joseph Irvine Blanton 

A.B., Central Univ. 

James Fullerton Hooper 
A.B. 

Walter William Moore 
A. B., Davidson Col'., 1878 
D.D., Central Univ., 1885 
LL.D., Davidson Col., 1S92 



Class of 1880 
Insurance 



With Norfolk Storage Co. 
Banker 

Soldier 

Captain and Quartermaster, 
U. S. .\rmy 

Tobacconist 

Died August 20, 1889 



Montgomery, Ala. 
333 Mildred St. 



tSt. Paul, Minn. 

501 .Ashland Ave. 
Norfolk, Va. 

fNew Brighton, Conn 

15 Clinton Ave. 
Washington, D. C 
Care War Dept. 

■fDanville, Va. 
Louisville, Ky. 

1077 ^d Ave. 
tShelbyville, Ky. 



Class of 1881 

Attorney at Law Cynthiana, Ky. 

Accountant Selma, Ala. 

Clergyman Richmond, Va. 

Cnairman of Faculty and Profes- 
sor of Oriental Literature Union 
Theological Sem. 



204 



L. Rutherford Blanton 

A.B., Central Univ., 1S82 
*Robert Ernest Caldwell 

Charles Richard French 
William E. Thomas 



SIGMA SIGMA CHAPTER 

Class of 1882 

Physician Richmond, Ky. 

Clergyman Louisville, Ky. 

Date of death unknown 

Civil Engineer tRo^-^oke, Va. 

Civil Engineer Wytheville, Va. 



John Sprole Lyons 

A.B., King's Col., 1880 
*William Pannil Martin 

Abram Carrington Read 
A.B. 



Class of 1883 

Clergyman 



Died August 6, 1882 
Manufacturer 

With Columbia Boot Co. 



Lawrenceburg, Ky. 

Chatham, Va. 

New York, N.Y. 
25 Pearl St. 



James Vassar French 
Mills Henry Holland 
Lee Hutchings Richardson 

A.B. 
Egbert Watson Smith 

A.B., 1882 



Robert McAlpine Hall 
A.B. 



Robert Lee Collins 
Alexander Jeffrey McKelway 

A.M. 
Matthew Branch Porter 



Class of 1884 

Accountant 

Merchant 

Clergyman 



Class of 1885 
Clergyman 

Class of 1886 

Druggist 
Clergyman 

Clergyman 



Fort Worth, Tex. 
Buckhorn P. O., Va. 
Helena, Ark. 

Greensborough, N. C. 



San Antonio, Tex. 



tCrockett, Tenn. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Crescent Hill, Ky. 



Anthony Brooke Lawson 
Isaac Mayo Read 
Giles Granville Sydnor 
A.B. 



James Marshall Henry 
Rufus Owen 



Class of 1887 

Merchant 
Clergyman 

Class of 1888 
Farmer and Merchant 



Upperville, Va. 
Smithville, Va. 
Rome, Ga. 



tRichmond, Va. 
Black Walnut, Va. 



William Moore Briggs 
William Davis Hooper 

A.B. 
John Daniel Thomas 

A.B.,M.D., Univ. of Va., 18 



Class of 1889 



■fLawrenceburg, Ky. 
Athens, Ga. 



Teacher 

Professor in Univ. of Ga. 
Physician Washington, D. C. 

Asst. to Chair of Practice of Medi- 1603, 19th St., N.W. 
cine and Pediatrics, Georgetown, 
Univ. 



David Comfort McKelway 
John Duval Tyler 



Class of 1890 

Insurance 

Special Agent Delaware Ins. Co. 



Wilkinsburgh, Pa. 

518 Wallace St. 
Lynchburgh, Va. 



HAMPDEN-SIDNEY COLLEGE 



20: 



George Hutcheson Denny 

A.B.,1891; A.M., 1892 
Ph.D., tJniv. of Va., 1897 



James Morrison 

A.B. M.D.. Univ. of Va.. 18 



Class of 1891 

Teacher 

Acting' Pres. and Prof, of Latin at 
Washington & Lee Univ. 

Grand Praetor of Second Province, 
1892-94 



Lexington, Va. 



Physician 



Lynchburgh, Va. 
716 Church St. 



♦Charles Frank Morton 



Class of 1892 

Teacher 

Died January 19, i', 



Pamph'n, Va. 



James Hoge Tyler, Jr. 

A.B. 
S.H.Tyler 



Class of 1893 

Clerk 

Secretary to Governor 
Clerk 



Richmond, Va. 
Radford, Va. 



James Harry Alexander 
Robert Finley Dunlap 

A.B. B.S., Mass. Inst. Tech., iS 

Thompson Brown Southall 



Class of 1894 

Comesville, Tenn. 
Attorney at Law Hinton, W. Va. 

; Attorney First National Bank and 
Hinton Board of Trade 
City Atty. 
Clergyman Austin, Tex. 



Finley Forbes Ferguson 
A.B., B.S. 

Clem Adkinson Sydnor 

A.B. 
Marshal Morton 

A.B., B.S. 
James George Todd 



Jasper William Benson 
Cecil Billings 

William Richardson Houston 
A.B., A.M. 

Joseph Layton Mauze 

Holcombe McGavock Robert- 
son 

A.B. M.D., Univ. of Va., 1900 
John Leighton Stuart 

A.B., B.L. 
Elbert Lee Trinkle 

A.B.,B.Sc. B.L.,Univ. ofVa.,18 



Norfolk, Va. 

224 Carpenter Bldg. 

tNorfolk, Va. 

Columbus, Ga. 

309 nth St. 
Norfolk, Va. 



Class of 1895 

Architect 

Carpenter, Bresse & Ferguson 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Teacher 

Teacher 

Principal High School 
Merchant 

Class of 1896 

Searcy, Ark. 
Merchant Norfolk, Va. 

Teacher Augusta, Ga. 

Teacher in Richmond County 
Academy 
Clergyman Timber Ridge, Va. 

Rockbridge Co. 



Physician 
Student 



Max Meadows, Va. 
Wythe Co. 

tRichmond, Va. 



Attorney at Law " Wytheville, Va. 

)8 Delegate to 24th and 25th Grand 
Chapters 
Grand Praetor Second Province, 1897 



Robert Gallaway Henderson 
Starr Moore Mason 

A.B. 
J. Garland Sexton 



Class of 1897 

Physician Memphis, Tenn. 

Teacher Yorkville, S. C. 

Prin. of High School, Blackstache, S. C. 
Merchant Wytheville, V^a. 



2o6 



SIGMA SIGMA CHAPTER 



J. Mortimer Lynch 

Stephen Erastmas Reed 
David Todd Stuart 
A.B. M.D. 



Class of 1898 

Student 



Physician 

Emergency Hospital 
Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 



Washington, D. C. 

1328 Mass. Ave. 
Bryan, Texas 
Washington, D. C. 



Edward Beverly Herndon, Jr. 

A.B. 
John Wilson Somerville 
Harry Lucien Stephenson 
Thomas Hamilton Wyly 



Class of 1900 

Student 

Student 
Student 
Accountant 



Shreveport, La. 

Mitchell, Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Thomas Reese English, Jr. 

A.B. 
Stanley Kirkland Green 

Robert Logan Miller 



Class of 1901 

Student 



Richmond, Va. 



Baltimore, Md. 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 1701 Park Place 

Stenographer Wytheville, Va. 



James Henry Rudy 
Howard Home Simpson 



Class of 1902 

Student Paducah, Ky. 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 609 Court St. 

Publisher Nyack-on-Hudson, 

Assistant Manager Alliance Press N. Y. 



ROANOKE COLLEGE 

SALEM, VIRGLNIA 

Founded in 1847 Chartered in 1853 

A Denominational Institution (Lutheran) 

DEPARTMENTS 
collegiate business 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $75,000.00 

Amount of endowment ...... 65,000.00 

Tuition in collegiate department .... 50.00 

Number of volumes in library ..... 22,000 

Number of professors and instructors ... 11 

Number of students in attendance .... 170 

Women are admitted. 

TAU CHAPTER 

Founded January 9, 1872. Became inactive in 1890. Was revived on March 
31, 1896. 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Sigma Alpha (inactive), 1859-82; Phi Gamma Delta, 1866; Phi Delta Theta 
(inactive), 1869-96; Alpha Tau Omega (inactive), 1869-93; P^i Alpha Chi (inactive), 
1887-90; Pi Kappa Alplia, 1896. 



207 



TAU CHAPTER 



ROANOKE COLLEGE 



Beale Wiley Bittle 

A.B., A.M. 
*R. F. Berkley 

M.D. 
Frank Howard Chalmers 

A.B., A.M. 
*James L. Edwards 

James Monroe Liddell 
A.B., A.M. 



Oscar Wilev 

M.D., Randolph-Macon, 1851 
M.D., Jefferson Col., 1852 

Albert Fitzgerald "Yancey 



Class of 1873 
Teacher 



Physician 

Died in 1S84 
Banker 

Delegate to loth Grand Chapter 
Physician 

Died November, 1875 
Soldier 

Captain of a Company in Philip 
pines 

Delegate to gth and i6th Grand Chapters 
Physician Salem, Va 



Keatchie, La. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Salem, Va. 
Prairie Bluff, Ala. 
Manila, P. I. 



Banker 



Brownsville, Tenn. 



Thomas Lafayette Bulger 

David MacNutt Cloyd 

A. B., A.M 
William Terry, Jr. 

Charles Henry Wood 

B.L., Cumberland Univ., 1873 



Class of 1874 

Attorney at Law Dadeville, Ala. 

Member of Alabama Legislature 
Farmer Dublin, Va. 



Attorney at Law 

Mayor of City 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney for Courts of Jackson 
Co., Miss. 



Wytheville, Va. 
Moss Point, Miss. 



*James John Bowie 

Samuel David Denny 
Walter McKinnon Denny 
Hughes Dillard, Jr. 

A.B., A.M. 
James Napoleon Early 
Livingston Chancelor Hans- 
borough 

A.B., A.M. 
George Garwood McConkey 
*Henry Archer Wiley 



Class of 187s 

Date of death not reported 
Merchant 
Public Official 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Farmer 

Died October 28, 1882 



Baltimore, Md. 

Moss Point, Miss. 
Moss Point, Miss. 
Chatham, Va. 

Hillsville, Va. 
Salem, Va. 



Salem, Va. 
Worsham, Va. 



Class of 1876 
Physician 



Date of death not reported 



*J. Edward Arbuckle 

M.D., Coll. of Phys. & Surgeons, 
Baltimore, Md. 
Charles Cleveland Johnson Attorney at Law 

♦William Hugh Kent 

Died December 21, 1875 

208 



New Hope, Va. 

tGreenville, Tex. 
Lafayette, Va. 



ROANOKE COLLEGE 



209 



William G. Miller 
Orin Roman Sholars 
George Livesay Snyder 
David Rufus Wingate 
Lawrence Allnut White 



Attorney at Law 
Ranchman 
Merchant 
Merchant 



tFrederick City, Md. 
Brownwood, Tex. 
■fNew Castle, Colo. 
Orange, Tex. 
Dickersons, Md. 



Harry Clinton Allnutt 

♦John Stuart Cleveland 

Asa William Pope 
A.B., A.M., M.D. 
*Claudius Hicks Robinson 



Class of 1877 



Rockville, Md. 



Register of Wills for Montgomery 
County 
Attorney at Law Brownwood, Tex. 

Died May 6, 1890 
Physician 

Charity Hospital New Orleans, La. 

Delegate to nth Grand Chapter 
Diecf April 28, 18S.3 



Marshall, Tex. 
Houma, La. 



James Neville Black 
*John Chalmers 

Lander Cleveland 
Houston Noel Compton 

A.B. 
James W. Durst 
Edward R. Maxey 
Lyne Starling Thomas 



Class of 1878 



Merchant 

Date of death not reported 
Ranchman 
Farmer 



Merchant 

Attorney at Law 

U. S. Referee in Bankruptcy 
Member School Board 



fCharlottsville, Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 

Cross Cut, Tex. 
Front Royal, Va. 

fAustin, Tex. 
Brandon, Miss. 
Martinsville, Va. 



♦William Henry Brabston 
*John Todd Carter 
David B. DuBard 
Robert Brooks Dawkins 

A.B., A.M. 
Junius Butler French 

A.B., A.M. D.D., Daniel Baker 
Col., Texas 

B.D., Union Theol. Sem., i8g3 
Samuel Humphreys James 

B.L., Univ. of La. 
John B. Lobdell 
William Reginald Purvis 

M.D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1886 
Julius Daniel Raht 
Randle Blewett Schlater 



Class of 1879 

Died in 1892 

Died November 19, 1881 
Merchant 

Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 



Attorney at Law 

Planter 
Physician 

Manufacturer 
Planter 



Vicksburg, Miss, 
New Orleans, La. 
Jackson, Miss. 

112 State St. 
Farmerville, La. 

Fort Worth, Tex. 
405 Henderson St. 

Mound Station, La. 

tCypre-Mort, La. 
Alexandria, Va. 

TuUahoma, Tenn. 
McNutt P. O., Miss. 



Class of 1880 



*W'illiam Mosley Haughton 



Merchant 

Died July, 1900 
Farmer 
Attorney at Law 



Robert C. Kent, Jr. 
Herbert Greyson Peters 

A.B.. A.M. 
Irwin Pope Physician 

A.B., A.M. M.D., Tulane Univ., 1887 
Howell M. Rice Attorney at Law 

Edwin M, Yerger 



Palatka, Fla. 

Dublin, Va. 
Bristol, Tenn. 

Tyler, Tex. 

Santa Anna, Cal. 
Thomaston, La. 



2IO 



TAU CHAPTER 



Moses Greenwood, Jr. 

B.S., A.M. 
John Hanson Kennard 

Graduate Univ. of La. 
Orlando Childs Rucker 

B.S. M.A., 1897 
Willis Shaw 



Class of 1881 
Real Estate 
Editor 

Attorney at Law 
Salesman 



St. Louis, Mo. 

^5^5 Bartmer Ave. 
New York, N. Y. 

277 Broadway 
Bedford City, Va. 

Chicago, 111. 

6i6NewYorkLifeBldg. 



♦Joseph Nicholas Allison, Jr. 

A.B. 
James LeRoy Cooper 

M.D., Coll. of Physicians & Sur- 
geons, Baltimore, Md., 1883 
Douglas Gray Eichelburger 



Class of 1882 

Died June 15, 1888 
Physician 

Delegate to 13th Grand Chapter 

Farmer 



Longview, Tex. 
Fort Worth, Tex. 

Ocala, Fla. 



Francisco Florian Fowler 

Charles Banks King 

A.B., A.M. 
John S. McFerrin 
Felix Matthew Renick 

A.B. 



Class of 1883 

Government Official 
In U. S. Revenue Office 

Clergyman 

President of Elizabeth Col. 

Farmer 

Clerk 



|Montgomery, Ala. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Fincastle, Va. 
Falling Springs.W.Va. 



Francis Lovett Burgess 
John Thomas Cason 

A.B., Centenary College, La. 
James Scott Funkhouser 
James Albert Huffard 

A.M. 
♦Harlowe Heath Johnson 

Stuart Lee Jones 

Richard Butt Levy 

A.M., A.M. 
Rupert Boyd Nuckolls 

George Gordon Smeade 
A.M. 

John Raiford Treutlan 



Class of 1884 

Physician 
Attorney at Law 

4 

Merchant 
Clergyman 

Merchant 

Died in 1889 
Farmer 

Delegate to 14th, 15th and 17th 
Grand Chapters 
Attorney at Law 

Banker 

Asst. Cashier State Savings Bank 
Clergyman Little Rock, Ark. 

Rector of Christ Church 509 Scott St. 

Dean of Little Rock Convocation 

tRiverton, Miss. 



fLake Charles, La. 
Bastrup, La. 

Staunton, Va. 
Pulaski, Va. 

Hillsville, Va. 

|Zanesville, O. 

Longview, Tex. 
Butte, Mont. 



James Alexander Cason 

B.L., Centenary College, La., 18 
Arthur Bernard Chancellor 

*Henry Beecher Hamilton 

John Abram McNeel, Jr. 
Jesse David Stultz 
Channing Price Wiley 



Class of 1885 

Traveling Salesman 
5 
Attorney at Law 

Teacher 

Died September 19, 18 
Farmer 
Broker 

Clerk 



Monroe, La. 

Baltimore, Md. 

iij^ E. Lexington St. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Farmington, Wash. 
Martinsville, Va. 
New York, N. Y. 
103 W. 54th St. 



ROANOKE COLLEGE 



Thomas G. Garlington 
Albert Walker Lucado 
William Crawford Livesay 
♦Henderson Lee 

Frank Stacy Tavenner 

A.B. 
William Glassell Weeks 

A.B. B.L.,TulaneUniv.,La.,] 
Edward Palfrey Weeks 

A.B. B.L., Tulane Univ., i8S8 
Joshua Brown Whaling 



Class of 1886 

Druggist 

Railroad Contractor 
Farmer 
Attorney at Law 

Died August 18, 1898 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
18 Secretary of Iberia Building 
Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 



tGadsden, Ala. 
Lynchburg, Va. 
tRichlands, W. Va. 
Salem, Va. 

Woodstock, Va. 

New Iberia, La. 
Association. 

New Iberia, La. 

tLead City, Dak. 



Charles Roger Creasey 

Thomas Washington Hill 
George Eugene Ohmer 
Robert Nicholas Perkins 



Class of 1887 

Loan Dealer 

Member Congressional Com. 
Farmer 
Physician 
Clerk 



Odessa, Mo. 

tOdessa, Mo. 
fPhiladelphia, Pa. 
Yazoo City, Miss. 



Benjamin Norther Bray 



Class of 1888 



Physician 



William H. Cowell 

M.D. 
George Craighead Cabell Attorney at Law 

A.B. City Attorney for Danville 

Charles Whittlesey Greenwood Real Estate 

A.B. 



Carrituck C. H., 

N. C. 
Shawboro, N. C. 

Danville, Va. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

5535 Bartmer Ave. 



Class of 1889 



Samuel Anderson McConkey Physician 
Charles DeFord Morgan Capitalist 



tHinton, W. Va. 
Shawboro, N. C. 



Dunean Stuart Kemp 
Lewis Maury Lee 
Henry Hampton Pickett 
LL.B., Univ. of xMd., 1896 



Class of 1890 

Attorney at Law 
Soldier 
Attorney at Law 



Amite City, La. 
Manila, P. I. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Central Savings Bank 
Bldg. 



John Bradford Griggs 
John William Williams 



Class of 1891 



Clerk 
Clerk 



Elizabeth City, N. C. 
■fRoanoke, Va. 



Samuel Ashley Chancelor 
*John Taylor Chalmers 

Walter Eichelberger Green- 
wood 



Robert Minor Wiley 

A.B. M.D., Univ. of Va., 1893 



Class of 1892 

Farmer 
Merchant 

Died in 1892 

Clerk 

Chief Clerk Purchasing Dept. 
M.K. &T. Ry. 
Physician 



Delaplane, Va. 
Roanoke, Va. 



St. Louis, Mo. 

3531 Washington Ave. 



Salem, Va. 



212 



George Mac Laren Brydon 

John Lee Logan 

A.B., A.M. 
Tames Marshall Owens 

B.D. 



TAU CHAPTER 

Class of 1896 

Clergyman 

Student 

In Law Dept. Univ, of Va. 
Clergyman 



Hamilton, Va. 
Salem, Va. 
South Boston, Va. 



Class of 1897 

Clergyman 



William Ambrose Brown 
Dudley Boogher 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Monic Stockdale Eagle Clergyman 

Austin Brockenhough Mitchell Clergyman 



Clergyman 
Deles 



Danville, Va. 
tSt. Louis, Mo. 

Lucketts, Va. 
tFort Royal, Va. 



Elliott Benger Meredith 



William H. Baillie 
John M. Hamilton 
Edmund Boiling Hubard 

Grad. Va. Mil. Inst., 1901 
Paca Kennedy 

A.B. 
Robert M. Meade 
Herbert Claiborne Page 
Brunner B. Reynauld 



Richard Lee Griffith 
Stephen Russell Mallory 
Kennedy 



Class of 1898 




Clergyman 


Widewater, Va. 


Class of 1899 




Machinist 

Student 

Civil Engineer 


Salem, 0. 
Lisbon, 0. 
Salem, Va. 


Student 


Charlestown, W. Va 


Student 
Student 


Hinton, W. Va. 
■■Pagebrook, Va. 
••New Orleans, La. 


Class of 1900 




Student 

In Medical Dept. Tulane Univ. 


New Orleans, La. 
1742 St. Charles Ave 



James Pinckney Dumas 

A.B. 
Frederick Benjamin Gernerd 

A.B., Franklin and Marshall Col. 
Robert Thruston Hubard 

A.B. 
John Pitt Mays 
Oscar McNab 

Lewis Samuel Godfrey Miller 

A.B. 
William Rea Miller 
Charles Jacob Smith 

A.B. 
Harold L. Vaughan 

John Amdt Yount 
A.B. 



Class of 1901 

Student 

Attorney at Law 
1 1901 
Student 

Student 
Accountant 

With Standard Specialty Co. 
Student 

Illustrator 
Student 

Draughtsman 

Student 

Delegate to a5th Grand Chapter 



Van Alstyne, Tex. 

Allentown, Pa. 

Salem, Va, 

Glencoe, Md. 
Salem, O. 

140 Garfield Ave. 
Roanoke, Va. 

352 Church St. 
Winchester, Va. 
Strasburg, Va. 

Salem, O. 

361 E. Main St. 

Greensburg, Pa, 



ROANOKE COLLEGE 



213 





Class of 1902 


Charles Porter McClintic 
Edward Henry Ward, Jr. 


Student 
Student 




Class of 1903 


Francis Robert Lee 
William Stanley McClintic 
Clyde Fenton Ross 


Student 
Student 
Student 




Class of 1904 



Temistocles Wenceslo Laguna Student 
Walter Tifton Sutherland Student 

Charles P. Waueh Student 



Hot Springs, Va. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

5525 Kentucky Ave. 



Salem, Va. 
Fort Lewis, Va. 
Trapp, Va. 



Ponce, Porto Rico 
Hillsville, Va. 
Old Town, Va. 



HOWARD COLLEGE 

EAST LAKE, ALABAMA 

Founded in 1841 Chartered in 1841 

First Class Graduated in 1848 

A Denominational Institution (Baptist) 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGIATE PREPARATORY 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds - - . . $150,000.00 

Tuition in college department - - - . . 60.00 

Number of professors and instructors in all departments - 15 

Number of students in all departments - . - . 165 

Number of volumes in library . . . . 4,000 

PI CHAPTER 

Founded November 4, 1872. Became inactive in 1885 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Gamma Delta (inactive), 1856-61; Sigma Alpha Epsilon (inactive), 1870-76; 
Beta Theta Pi (inactive), 1872-79; Sigma Nu (inactive), 1879-81. 



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PI CHAPTER 



HOWARD COLLEGE 



Leo Chandler 
♦Packard P. Parham 

M.D. 
William Everett Quin 

A.B., Miss. Coll., 1874; M.D. 
Ky. School of Med., 1881 

Thomas Winfield Sprott 



John Smiser Dill 

A.B. 
Orin Ransom Sholars 



Class of 1874 

Physician 

Date of death unknown 
Physician 

Mayor of Fort Payne, Ala. 



fWest Point, Miss. 
Clinton, Ala. 

Fort Payne, Ala. 
Marion, Ala. 

Richmond, Va. 



Class of 1875 

Clergyman 

Attorney at Law Orange, Tex. 

Chairman of Democratic Executive 
Committee, Orange County, Texas. 



William W. Burns 
Matthew Clay, Jr. 
William Talbird Crenshaw 
A.B., B.L. LL.B.. Washington 
and Lee Univ., 1878 

Samuel Perry Fowlkes 

Seth Mabry 

A.B. 
Erastus Sidney Perryman 



Class of 1876 

Commission Merchant 

Planter 

Insurance Agent 

Merchant 

Trustee of Howard Col. 
Teacher 

Ranchman 



Selma, Ala. 
■fDeerbrook, Miss. 
Atlanta, Ga. 

761 Peachtree St. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

1130 S. 19th St. 
Clayton, Ala. 

Crafton, Tex. 



Frank L. Allen 
Chapman Bradford 
Samuel Clark 

M.D. 
Otis W. David 
Charles Perkins Fountain 

B.D., Southern Baptist Theol, 
Sera., 1880 
William E. Lednum 
Alexander Quinch Nash 

C.E. ^ 
John Russel Tyson 

AB. LL.B., Washington & Lee 
Univ. 



Class of 1877 

Attorney at Law 
Physician 

County Official 
Clergyman 



fMacon, Miss, 
f Dallas, Tex. 
Fairfield, Ala. 

tWaco, Tex. 

Corinth, Miss. 



Merchant tWaco, Tex. 

Teacher Sherman, Tex. 

President of Mary Nash Col. 231 Mulberry St. 

Attorney at Law Montgomery, Ala. 

Associate Justice of the Supreme 
Court of Alabama 



*Benjamin Franklin CoUey 

B.S. 
David Belton Jay 

James W. Lawrence 



Class of 1878 

Journalist 

Date of death not reported 
Attorney at Law 

County Solicitor of Irwin Co., Ga, 



216 



Leesburg, Fla. 

Fitzgerald, Ga. 

Cherokee Co., C. H. 
Ala. 



HOWARD COLLEGE 



217 



William R. Lipscomb 
Albert G. McMillan 
Lewis R. McMillan 
John Trotwood Moore 

A.B. 
James William Ponder 

A.B. 
♦Robert Adams Tyson 

James Pinckney Wood 

Robert Burton Young 



Farmer 
Farmer 
Farmer 
Editor and Author 

Cotton Broker 



Died October 28, 1879 
Dentist 



Jefferson, Ala. 
Portland, Ala. 
Portland, Ala. 
Columbia, Tenn. 

Opelika, Ala. 

Hayneville, Ala. 

Waco, Tex. 

509!^ Austin St. 
tCorinth, Miss. 



Class of 1879 

Littleberry Calhoun Allen Manufacturer 

B.S. Member City Counci 

William Youngblood Dill Druggist 

Philip Thomas Hale Clergyman 

A.B. B.D., Southern Bapt.Theol. 
Sam., 18S2 

Thomas Waverly Palmer 
A.M., Univ. of Ala., 1881; B.E.,i 



David M. Remson 
Presley Marion Wilkerson 



Teacher 

Professor of Mathematics, Univ. 
of Ala. 
Merchant 
Merchant 



Shreveport, La. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Owensboro, Ky. 

University, Ala. 

Talladega, Ala. 
Marion, Ala. 



John Wood Collins 

A.B. 
J. D. Cook 

Noah Parker Renfroe 
Samuel Wallace Welch 

B.S. M.D., Med. Coll. of Balti- 
more, 1893 



Class of 1880 
Farmer 

Clergyman 

Merchant 

Physician 

Trustee Howard Col. 

Censor Talladega Co. Med. Soc. 

Historian and )r. Counselor Ala. 
State Med. Asso. 



Gallion, Ala. 

Pushmattaha, Ala. 
Opelika, Ala. 
Alpine, Ala. 



Class of 1881 



Howard Griggs Teacher 

A.B. 
William Crocheron Lockhart Physician 
Arthur Watkins McGaha Clergyman 

A.B. B.D., Southern Bapt.Theol. Pastor First Baptist Church 
Sem. 
Howard Franklin Smith Merchant 

A.B. Director of H.E. &W.T.R.R. 

President Howard Smith Co. 
John Marlborough Sprott Merchant 

Newton Swinney Walker Farmer 

A.B. 



Talladega, Ala. 

Linden, Ala. 
Waco, Tex. 



Houston, Tex. 

112 Travers St. 

Sprott, Ala. 
Alexander City, Ala. 



Class of 1882 



J. Leon Clay 

R. W. Henderson 

Robert Rutland Kornegay 

William Houston Lovelace 

A.B. 
Ransome Dabney Palmer 

A.B. 
*S. Everett Russ 



Merchant 
Merchant 
Merchant 
Merchant 

Physician 



Date of death not reported 



Selma, Ala. 
Talladega, Ala. 
Van Dorn, Ala. 
Marion, Ala. 

fNew Orleans, La. 
Charity Hospital . 
Demopolis, Ala, 



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PI CHAPTER 



Richard Paul Anderson 

Samuel Rice Bethea 
"William Whitman Booles 
Orr Haralson 

A.B. 
Thomas Ernest Lockhart 

A.B. 
William Forrest Melton 

Henry Fontayne Reese 

A.B., Univ. of Ala., 1883 
LL.B., 1885; M.L., 1888, George- 
town Univ. 



George Washington Macon 

A.B. 
William Boroughs Newman 

A.M. B.L., Washington & Lee 
Univ., 1886 
William Barnabas Peebles 

B.S. 



Edwin Lewis Thornton 
William Richard Walker 



Class of 1883 

Banker Selma, Ala. 

1317 Alabama St. 
Planter and Merchant Faunsdale, Ala. 

Merchant and Attorney at Law Taylorsville, Ky. 
Merchant fSelma, Ala. 



Druggist 

Real Estate and Insurance 

Attorney at Law 



Class of 1884 

Teacher 

Professor in Mercer Univ. 
Attorney at Law 

Clerk Probate Court 

City Clerk 
Merchant 

Member of State Democratic 
Executive Committee 

Delegate to 15th Grand Chapter 
Clerk 
Clerk 



San Francisco, Calif. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

1185^ North igth St. 
Selma, Ala. 



Macon, Ga. 
Talladega, Ala. 

Vienna, Ala. 



■fNashville, Tenn. 
Perryville, Ala. 



Charles Pelham Anderson 

Allen Walton Glover 
William Walter Haralson 
James William Hurt 

B.S. 
Robin Jones 
William Edward Ledyard 

Frank Lide Munnerlyn 
Lee Emmett Thomas 

A.B. B.L., Univ. of Va., 188' 
John D, Wilkes 



Class of 1885 

Merchant 

Planter 

Clerk 

Real Estate and Insurance 

Railroad Official 
Accountant 

Accountant 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 



Montgomery, Ala. 

3 S. Union St. 
Montgomery, Ala. 
Idaho, Ala. 
fMarion, Ala. 

tGreensboro, Ala. 
Montgomery, Ala. 

423 Jefferson St. 
fSelma, Ala. 
Shreveport, La. 

520 Market St. 
fGainesville, Tex. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA 

ATHENS, GEORGIA 

Founded in 1785 Chartered in 1785 

First Class Graduated in 1804 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

franklin college south GEORGIA MILITARY AND AGRI- 
STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND CULTURAL COLLEGE (at Hamilton) 

MECHANICAL ARTS GIRLS' NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL COL- 
NORMAL SCHOOL LEGE, AND MIDDLE GEORGIA MIL- 
SCHOOL OF LAW ITARY AND AGRICULTURAL COL- 
SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY LEGE (at Milledgeville) 
NORTH GEORGIA AGRICULTURAL COL- INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR COLORED 

LEGE (at Dahlonega) YOUTHS (at Savannah) 
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE (at Augusta) 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $200,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus . . - . 70,000.00 

Value of productive funds . . . - . 500,000.00 

Income from all sources for iSgg-igoo . - - . 169,955.91 

Tuition in college department ----- free 

Number of volumes in library ----- 30,000 

Number of professors and instructors in all departments - 134 

Number of students in all departments - . - - 1,800 

Number of students in college department - - - 800 

Women are not admitted, except as indicated in names of departments, 

DELTA CHAPTER 

Founded November 8, 1872, Became inactive in 1875 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1866; Chi Phi, 1867; Kappa Alpha, 1868; Phi Delta Theta, 
1871; Phi Gamma Delta (inactive), 1871-91; Sigma Nu, 1873; Alpha Tau Omega, 
1878; Delta Tau Delta, 1882: Chi Psi, 1890. 



219 



DELTA CHAPTER 



THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA 



William Crawford Bibb 



Robert Duke Cole, Jr. 

Henry H. Collier 

James Hilliard Fitzgerald 

John Lindsay Johnson 

B.L. 
James Lockett 
*Thomas William White 

Robert Andrew Young 



Class of 1873 

Attorney at Law Montgomery, Ala. 

9 Moses Bldg. 

Class of 1874 

Manufacturer Newman, Ga. 

Agent Atlanta, Ga. 

Planter Omaha, Ga. 

Member of County Board of Edu- 
cation 
Attorney at Law Rome, Ga. 

Soldier Philippine Islands 

Farmer Memphis, Tenn. 

Died January 14, 1901 

Traveling Salesman Waycross, Ga. 



George Gilmore 



*William Staniard Johnson 

William Lincoln Ison 

M. C. Smith 

James Dallas Turner 



Class of 1875 

Merchant and Farmer Warthen, Ga. 

Director of Georgia Experiment 

Station 
Member of Board of Education 
Farmer Macon, Ga. 

Died April 13, 1880 
Farmer Atlanta, Ga. 

tAthens, Ga. 
Farmer Rome, Ga. 



Reid B. Barnes 
Thomas Smith Bean 



Class of 1876 

Merchant 
Attorney at Law 



Opelika, Ala. 
Clarksville, Ga. 



CUMBERLAND UNIVERSITY 

LEBANON, TENNESSEE 

Founded in 1842 Chartered in 1842 

First Class Graduated in 1843 

A Denominational Institution (Cumberland Presbyterian) 

DEPARTMENTS 

collegiate law 

preparatory theology 

engineering 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds . . - . $100,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 5,000.00 

Value of productive funds ... - - 100,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900, about - - - 14,000.00 

Tuition in collegiate department - _ - . 50.00 

Number of volumes in library .... - 7,000 

Number of professors and instructors in all departments - 22 

Number of students in collegiate department ... 71 

Number of students in all departments - - - 274 

Women are admitted. 

NU CHAPTER 

Founded in December 1872. Became inactive in 1880 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, 1854; Delta Kappa Epsilon (inactive), 1857-73; Delta Psi (in- 
active), 1858-61; Alpha Delta Phi (inactive), 1857-61; Phi Kappa Sigma (inactive), 
1859-61; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, i860; Phi Kappa Psi (inactive), 1860-79; Chi Phi (in- 
active), 1861-61; Alpha Tau Omega, 1868; Phi Gamma Delta (inactive), 1869-78; 
Kappa Sigma, 1887; Pi Kappa Alpha (inactive), 1892-95. 



NU CHAPTER 

CUMBERLAND UNIVERSITY 



N. Q. Allen 



Class of 1872 
Attorney at Law 



Evensville, Tenn. 



Albert Buford, Jr. 
Pascal Ash Tutwiler 

LL.B. 
Charles Henry Wood 

LL.B. 



Class of 1873 

Attorney at Law- 
Attorney at Law 



Pulaski, Tenn. 
Greensboro, Ala. 

Moss Point, Miss. 



John W. Anderson 
William Buchanan 

LL.B. 
Aleck F. Burnley 

LL.B. 
Luther W. Clark 

LL.B. 
Augustus C. Durdin 

LL.B. 
Lucian Earl 

LL.B. 
Seaton Grantland 

LL.B. 
Robert M. Hall 
♦Alfred Battle Humphreys 

LL.B. 
John Curtis Kyle 

LL.B. 
Bates McFarland 

LL.B. 
John C. Meyers 

LL.B. 
Ernest Pillow 
William W. Ratcliff 

LL.B. 
Charles Clark Rogers 

LL.B. 
John C. Rosborough 

LL.B. 
William Douglas Spears 

LL.B. 



Thomas C. Spellings 

LL.B. 
Vines Monroe Wells 

LL.B. 



Class of 1874 

Attorney at Law 



tFranklin, Tenn. 
Brandon, Miss. 



Hartsville, Tenn. 
In Pension Office, Washington, D. C. 

|Salsburg, Tenn. 



Editor and Publisher 

In Government Printing Office 



Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Died November, 1878 
Attorney at Law 



Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

President of First National Banl:, 

Pitsburg, Tenn. 
Attorney for T. C. I. & R. R.R. 
Attorney for N. C. & St. L. R. R. 



Lebanon, Tenn. 

|Fort Worth, Tex. 

Griffin, Ga. 

■fHuntington, Tenn. 
Somerville, Tenn 

Oxford, Miss. 

Brenham, Tex. 

tMcMinnville, Tenn. 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Kosciusko, Miss. 

jPowhattan, Ark. 

Senatobia, Miss. 

Jasper, Tenn. 



Attorney at Law 



Hollow Rock, Tenn. 
^Newport, Miss. 



CUMBERLAND UNIVERSITY 



225 



♦Benjamin Edwards Becton 

LL.B. 
James Penn Brown 

LL.B. 
*James H. Carr 

Matthew Cartwright 

B.S. 
Wiley Hunter Clifton 

LL.B. 
John Womack Couch 

LL.B. 
James Wilson Helm 

A.B. 
*William H. Holland 

LL.B. 
Thomas Boykin Kelly 

LL.B. 
Arthur Low 

A.B. LL.B., 1877 
John Edward Matthews 

A.B. 
William Poindexter 

LL.B. A.B.,Mansfaeld Coll.. Tex.. 
1872 
William Arthur Roane 

LL.B. 
Jefferson Hamilton Scaife 

LL.B. 
*Richard Howard Shelby 

LL.B. 
Patrick Henry Southall 

A.B. LL.B., 1876 
Raymond H. Taylor 
Gustavus A. Watson 



Class of 1875 

Attorney at Law 

Died in 1882 
Attorney at Law 



George Lewis Davidson 

B.S. 
Henry Arthur Finch 

LL.B. 
Leonard Beard Kite 
John Redding Jones 
John Robert Monroe 

LL.B. 
Albert Gallatin Norrell 

LL.B. 
Henry M. Patty 

LL.B. 
William W. Searcy 

LL.B. 



♦George T. Garrett 

James Hugh Blair Hall 
A.B. 



Amos Donnell Hunt 
William Warren Prater 



Ddate of death not reported 
Merchant 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Farmer 

Attorney at Law 

Died'September 20, 1882 
Teacher 

Merchant 

Teacher 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Dist. Atty. for 3d Dist. of Miss. 
Attorney at Law 

Judge City Court 

Died in 1878 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Class of 1876 

Merchant 

Attorney at Law 

Merchant 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 



Class of 1878 

Died in February, 18 
Clergyman 

Class of 1879 

Physician 



A.B. M.D., Vanderbilt Univ., 1882 

Class of 1880 
David T. Bomar Attorney at Law 



Forrest City, Ark. 
Mariana, Ark. 
Bellevue, La. 
Terrell, Tex. 
Aberdeen, Miss. 
tOcala, Fla. 
Smith's Grove, Ky. 
Centreville, Tex. 
tSmithville, Tenn. 
Brownwood, Tex. 
Chireno, Tex. 
Cleburne, Tex. 

Oxford, Miss. 

Camilla, Ga. 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

Columbia, Tenn. 

flndianola, Miss. 
Petersburg, Tenn. 

Water Valley, Miss. 

McKinney, Tex. 

Nashville, Tenn. 
San Diego, Cal. 
Rio Grand City, Tex. 

Florence, Miss. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Brenham, Tex, 

San Augustine, Tex. 
fWinchester, Tenn. 



tCloverhill, Tenn. 
f La Guardo, Tenn. 



Fort Worth, Tex. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF WOOSTER 

WOOSTER, OHIO 

Founded in 1866 Chartered in 1866 

First Class Graduated in 1871 

A Denominational Institution (Presbyterian) 

DEPARTMENTS 



collegiate 

preparatory 

music 



oratory 

ART 

SUMMER SCHOOL 



STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $200,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 30,000.00 

Value of productive funds • - - . . 203,188.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 . . . . 26,638.00 

Tuition in collegiate department - - • . 45.00 

Number of volumes in library ... - - 20,000 

Number of professors and instructors in all departments • 60 

Number of professors and instructors in collegiate department 20 

Number of students in all departments ... 842 

Number of students in collegiate department - • - 258 

Women are admitted, and in the collegiate department they constitute about 35 
per cent, of the membership. 

BETA CHAPTER 
Founded March 2, 1873. Became inactive in 1893, Was revived September 11, 1899 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Kappa Psi (inactive), 1871-92; Beta Theta Pi, 1872; Phi Delta Theta (in- 
active), 1872-97; Delta Tau Delta (inactive), 1879-85; Alpha Tau Omega, 1888; Phi 
Gamma Delta, 1882; Kappa Alpha Theta, 1875; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1875. 



225 



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UNIVERSITY OF ^VOOSTER 



William E. Feeman 
A.B.. A.M. 



David R. Workman 
A.B., A.M. D.D., i8! 



Orville Sanford Brumback 
LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1879 
A.B., Princeton, 1877 



Willard Bryant Carpenter 

A.B. A.M., 1879. M.D., Hahne 
mann Col., 1879 

David Owen Ghormley 
A.B. A.M., 1879. D.D., 1898 

James Matthew Simonton 

A.B. A.M„ 1879. D.B., Union 
Tlieol.Sem., 1879 

Thomas Vincent Thompson 
A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1874 
Clergyman 

Class of 1875 
Clergyman 

Class of 1876 

Attorney at Law 

Grand Consul, 1886-1888 
Delegate to 12th, it;th, 17th and 

20th Grand Chapters 
Orator of i6th Grand Chapter 
President Toledo Public Library 
Director Union Savings Bank 
Director Van Wert Nat'l Bank 
Director Central Mfr's. Ins. Co. 
Director Mutual Aid B. & L. Co. 
Physician 

Delegate to nth Grand Chapter 

Clergyman 

Stated Clerk of Walla Walla 
Presbytery 
Clergyman 



Columbus, O. 
1201 Hunter St. 



Leaman Place, Pa. 



Toledo, O. 

1603 Madison St. 



Columbus, O. 

657 N. High St. 

Moscow, Idaho 
Bellport, N. Y. 



Manufacturer, St. Louis, Mo. 

President Mauley Thompson Carriage 709 Cass St. 

Company 
Director Ohio Society of St. Louis 



Nathaniel Stewart McClure 

William E. Pricer 

M.D., Starling Medical Col., 1877 
M.D., Jefferson Medical Col., 187c 

George R. Prowell 



Class of 1877 

Clergyman 
Physician 

Journalist 



Coshocton, O. 
Ironton, O. 

27 South 5th St. 

Hanover, Pa. 



John Addison Chesney 

M.D., Columbia Medical Col, 18 

Lee Brenton Durstine 
A.B. A.M., 1881 

William Cox Ewing 
*Charles Haskell Johnson 

*Robert Johnson Laughlin 

A.B., A.M. 
Ozias John Markle 
*Edward Arthur Riley 



Class of 1878 

Physician 
I 
Insurance 

Supervisor of Agencies of New 
York Life Insurance Co. 
Teacher 
Clergyman 

Died February 5, 1890 
Clergyman 

Died April 6, 1891 
Teacher 
Student 

Died August 30, 1877 

226 



Bucyrus, O. 

New York, N. Y. 
346 Broadway 

Yonkers, N. Y. 
North Baltimore, O. 

Portland, Ore. 

tWashington, D. C. 
Nashport, O. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF WOOSTER 
Class of 1879 



227 



Clarence Wilson Douglass 



Alexander Gilchrist 
A.B., A.M. D.D., 1894 

*John William Higgins 

Joseph William Hunter 
*Bion Le Vaughn Meredith 

Leslie Lemond Overman 
A.B. A. M., 1882 

*Harry Price Safford 

A.B. A.M., Lake Forest, 1882. 
M.D., Col. of Physicians 
and Surgeons, N. Y., 1885 



Missionary Shanghai, China 

Co. Mgr. of Mission Press of Presby- 
terian Board of Foreign Missions 
Clergyman Pittsburg, Pa. 

Corresponding Sec'y of Board of 522 Graiiam St. 
Home Missions of Pres. Churcii 



Attorney at Law 

Died iMay 11, 1S80 

Attorney at Law 

Merchant 

Died .\pril 30, 1893 
Clergyman 

Assistant Pastor of .-^rcii St. 
Cluircii 
Physician 

Died February 27, 1890 



Hillsboro, O. 

California, Mo. 
Van Wert, O. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
1318 S. Broad St. 

Saratoga Springs,N.Y. 



Everett Lucius Abbey 

A.B. A.M., 1883 
Joseph Wilson Hays 

A.M. 
Arthur C. Israel 
William Lyon Lowrie 

M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1883 
Frank C. Rochester 



James William Skinner 
A.B. A.M. Centre Col., ig 



Class of 1880 

Teacher 

Teacher 

Attorney at Law 
Physician 

Accountant 

Financial Director Ohio State 
Hospital, Athens, O. 
Clergyman 



East Cleveland, O. 

32 Grasmere St. 
Macomb, 111. 

fZanesville, O. 
Tyrone, Pa. 

Athens, O. 
Morrison, 111. 



Elias Compton 
A.B. A.M., 188 



Ph.D., 18 



Wm. Fisher Dodge 

Clarence Aten Miller 

A.B. 
*Henrv Samuel Miller 

A.B". LL.B., Yale, 1883 
John Franklin Miller 

Reginald Munson 

M.D., Columbian Univ., 1883 
M.D., Hahneman Medical Col., 
1884 

Clarence Guest Reynolds 
A.B.. A.M. 

Franklin Neiman Riale 
A.B., A.M. Ph.D., 1889 



*Carl G. Weber 
M.D. 



Class of 1881 

Clergyman Wooster, O. 

Dean of Faculty and Prof, of Psy- 
chology and Philosophy of Univ. 
Wooster 

Chairman of Standing Committee on 
Education, Presbytery of Wooster 

Merchant Cincinnati, O. 

Dealer in Wholesale Queensware N. Warwick St. 

Attorney at Law Los Angeles, Cal. 

Bryson Bldg. 
Attorney at Law Bonn Univ., Germany 

Died December 13, 1894 
Merchant Pittsburg, Pa. 

820 Penn Ave. 
Physician Washington, D. C. 

Vice-President of the Washington 
•Association 



Clergyman 

Pastor of First Presbyterian 
Church, Joliet 111. 
Clergyman 

Suiierintendent of Missionary 
Work, Cleveland, O. Pres- 
bytery 
Physician 

Date of death not reported 



Joliet, 111. 



Cleveland, O. 

757 Willson St. 



Cleveland, O. 
161 Prospect St. 



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BETA CHAPTER 



Class of 1882 



Samuel Anderson Cornelius 

A.M., A.B. 
Frederick Gaylord Coan 

A.B. 
*Henry Ezra Franklyn Coan 

*Karl Merz 



Eugene Vernon Overman 
John Henry Ridenour 



Clergyman Oil City, Pa. 

Clergyman Oroomiah, Persia. 

Student New York, N. Y, 

Died July 15, 1885 
Musical Director Wooster, O. 

Editor of Sigma Chi Song-Book of 1887 

Died January 30, i8go 
Manufacturer Cincinnati, O. 

Secretary and Treasurer Cincin- 909-923 Summer St. 

nati & Hammond Spring Co. 

Trustee of Business Men's Club. 
Publisher Flushing, N. Y. 

Editor of The Flushing Evening 75 Broadway 

Journal 



Harry Hamilton Douglas 

Ph.M. LL.B.,Univ. of Mich.,1^ 



Class of 1883 



David La Doyt Brumback Banker 



Van Wert, O. 



Thomas Ewing, Jr. 

A.B., 1885 

A.M., Columbia Coll., 1886 

LL.B., Georgetown Univ.. 181 
Guilford Lionel Marble 
William Cummings Merritt 

C.E., Lafayette Coll., 1884 
Charles Hope Merz 

A.B., A.M. M.D., Medical Dept. 
Wooster 



President Van Wert National Bank, 
Van Wert, O. 
Attorney at Law Atlanta, Ga. 

' Delegate to 14th Grand Chapter 456 Jackson St. 

Member Board of Education, At- 
lanta, Ga. 
County Administrator 
Attorney at Law 



Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Physician 



Yonkers, N. Y. 

132 Locust Hill Ave. 

Van Wert, O. 

INew York, N. Y. 

Sandusky, O. 



Edward Leith Abrams 
Frank Robert Brocklebank 

William Erdman 

A.B., Princeton Univ., 1884 

A.M., Princeton Univ., 1887 

LL.B., Columbia Univ. 
Morton Howard Evans 

D.D.S., Ohio Coll. of Dental 
Surgery, 1889 
Edgar Aza Frost 

A.B. C.E., Mass. Inst. Technol- 
ogy, 1887 
George McClellanHoutz Good 

Richard Cecil Hughes 

A.B. A.M., 1887; D.D., 1900 

Lockhart Nelson 

M.D., Ohio Medical Col., 1890 
Arthur McQuiston Miller 

A.B. A.M., Princeton Col. 
Edgar Whitaker Work 

Ph.B. Ph.M., 18S7; D.D.,1895 



Class of 1884 

Merchant 
Journalist 

Attorney at Law 



Dentist 



Civil Engineer 



tGrinnell, N. Dak. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

5147 Woodworth St. 
New York, N. Y. 

141 Broadway 

Franklin, O. 
Chehalis, Wash. 



Osceola Mills, Pa. 
Clearfield Co. 



Mining Engineer 

" Engineer of Mines," Columbia 
Col. School of Mines 
Clergyman Ripon, Wis. 

President of Ripon College 

Professor of Philosophy 
Physician Hillsboro, O. 

Teacher tLexington, Ky, 

Clergyman Dayton, O. 

Delegate to 15th Grand Chapter 134 W. 4th St. 

Trustee Wooster Univ. 
Trustee of Lane Theological Sem- 
inary 



THE UNIVERSITY OF WOOSTER 



229 



Herbert Lamotte Brice 
A.B., Princeton Univ., 18 
John W. Clark 
John Stewart Happer 



Marion Mills Miller 

A.B., 1886: Litt.D,,! Princeton 
Univ., 1889 



Class of 1885 
Attorney at Law 
Merchant 



Lima, O. 

IMechanicsburg, O. 
Kobe, Japan 

^6 A. Maniwa-Machi 



Manager of Standard Oil Com 

pany in Japan 
Delegate to i6th Grand Chapter 
Grand Praetor of :^d Province, 1883-85 
Editor and Publisher New York, N. Y, 

Editor of "The Manuscript" 1123 Broadway 

Delegate to igth, 20th and 21st 

Grand Chapters 



Class of 1886 

Charles Randolph Compton Clergyman Fredericksburg, O. 

A.B. A.M., 1889; A.M., Princeton Delegate to 15th Grand Chapter 



Univ., li 



Frank Leigh Hume 

B.L.. Cornell Univ.. 1890 

William Harvey McSurely 

A.B. A.M., 1889 
Walter Hunter Reynolds 

A.B. A.M., 188Q 

♦Ellsworth Gray Ritchie 
A.B. 



Sup't Missionary Dep't Ohio Syn 

odical S. S. Association 
Chairman on Committee on Syste- 
matic Beneficence 
Attorney at Law 



Attorney at Law 

Trustee Univ. of Wooster 
Clergyman 

Pastor of Presbyterian Church, 
Marion, la. 
Clergyman 

Died September 12, 1891 



Chicago, 111. 

1104 Merchants Loan 
& Trust Bldg. 
Chicago, 111. 

99 Hartford Bldg. 
Marion, la. 

Chicago, 111. 



Allen Bertram Gilliland 

Ph.B., Cornell Univ., 18S7; M.D. 
Univ. of Pa., 1890 
*Alfred Hartwell Kellog 

A.B. 
Joel Townsley Moore Stone- 
road 
Ph.B. Ph.M. 

Van Derveer Taylor 

Ph.B. Ph.M., 1889: M.D. Med. 
Coll. of Ohio, 1896 
McClure S. Todd 



Class of 1887 

Physician 

President The T. S. Gilliland Grain 
Co. 
Teacher 

Died February i, 1890 
Coal Operator 

Sec.-Treas. Carnegie Coal Co. 
Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Chartiers 
Coal Co. 



Van Wert, O. 

I 

Parnassus, Pa. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
1109 Park Bldg. 



Physician 



Banker 

Secretary and Treasurer Southern 
Ohio Loan & Trust Co. 



Cincinnati, O. 

2913 Woodburn Ave. 

Cincinnati, O. 

S. W. Cor. 5th and 
Main 



Class of 1888 

J. Henry Cone Clergyman Cincinnati, O. 

A.B. .A.M. Conklin St. 

George Humphrey Fullerton Manufacturer New York, N. Y. 

■" "' ■ Secretary of the American Stoker 11 Broadway 

Co. 
Manufacturer New York, N. Y. 

General Manager Telluride 11 Broadway 

Reduction Co. 
Vice-President Expanding Tread 
Co. 
Manufacturer Dayton, O. 

Treas. and Mgr. The Dayton Ar- 239 N. Ludlow St. 

cade Mfg. Co 
Treas. Craig-Reynolds Foundry 

Co. 
Vice-Pres. The Dayton-Germantown 
Traction Co. 



A.B., Cornell Univ. 
Hugh Work Fullerton 

Harrie Newell Reynolds 



230 



BETA CHAPTER 



Robert Janvier Smith 

Cornelius Wood Walter 
Ph.B., Ph.M. 



Attorney at Law 

City Solicitor of Troy 



Troy, O. 

io8 W. Main St. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Grand Praetor of 3d Province, 1888-1890 
Witii The Cincinnati Milling Ma- 
chine Co. 



William Clifford Burrowes 



Frederick Phelps 
Ph.B. Ph.M.,' 1890 

Edward Copley Ross 
A.B. 



Harry Scovel Burrowes 
LL.B., Yale Univ., 1896 
Llewellvn Gordon Gilliland 



*William H, Hyndman 

William Wallace Riddle 
A.B. LL.B., Cincinnati Law 
School, 1893 
Harry Stewart Wilson, Jr. 

Hugh Edward Wilson 



Class of 1889 

Salesman Centerville, La. 

Salesman for the Whitney Sloo 
Co., Limited, of New Orleans, La. 

Waukesha, Wis. 
President of Waukesha Arcadian 302 Arcadian Ave. 
Co. 
Attorney at Law Ford City, Pa. 

Class of 1890 

Planter Centerville, La. 

Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 

Merchant Van Wert, O. 

Vice-President of Van Wert Busi- 603 South Washington 
ness Men's League St. 

Merchant Cincinnati, O. 

Died October 24, 1889 

Attorney at Law Bellefontaine, O. 

Railroad Official Parkersburg, W. Va. 

General Freight and Passenger Agt. 1039 Murdock Ave. 
Cairo & Kanawha R. R. 
Student tParkersburg, W. Va. 



Class of 1891 

Aylette FuUerton Editor 

A.B. 

William Edwards Henderson Teacher 

A.B., Ph.B. Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Univ., 1897 Ohio State Univ. 

Joseph Henry Myers 



John Lindsay Prestley 

Lit.M. 
Melville Ritchie 



Attorney at Law 



Edward Munson Taylor 

LL.B., Cincinnati Law School, 1893 



Lewis Baker Frazier 



Secretary Western Tract Society 
Secretary Evangelical Alliance 
Secretary Municipal Reform Lea: 
Attorney at Law 

Pres. Columbus Alumni Chapter 



Class of 1892 



Attorney at Law 

Director Noble County Bank 
Member of City Council 
Willet Patterson Hughes Physician 

M.D., Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1897 



Howard Irish 



David Marcella Long 
Ben Boyd Nelson 

A.B. A.M., 1S95 

LL.B., Cincinnati Law School 
Frank Eugene Prestley 

Lit.B. 



Banker 

Assistant Cashier Traverse Citv 

State Bank 
Vice-President Broadman River 
Electric Light & Power Co. 
Physician 
Attorney at Law 



Physician 



Hillsboro, O. 

Columbus, O. 
41 W. nth St. 

Wooster, O. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Cincinnati, O. 

420 Elm St. 

gue 
Columbus, O. 

15 and i6Marzetti Bldg. 
Gay and High Sts. 



Caldwell, O. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

5500 Centre Ave. 
Traverse City, Mich. 



tCadiz, O. 
fPittsburg, Pa. 
104 W. 4th St. 

El Oro, Mexico 



THE UNIVERSITY OF WOOSTER 



231 



William Glenn Brossman 
Frank E. Robinson 
Ph.B. 



Class of 1893 

Attorney at Law Columbus, O. 

Attorney at Law Columbus, O. 

Treas. and Mgr. Columbus Elastic 
Waterproof Co. 



William Cooper Bryant 

George N. Bowers 

Albert Harris 

Alexander Joy Miller 

LL.B., Univ. of Cincinnati, 
B.A., Princeton Univ., 1894 



1895 



Class of 1894 

Manufacturer Coshocton, O. 

Manag^er Coshocton Works of 
American Sheet Steel Co. 

tColumbus, O. 
Farmer Lodi, O. 

Attorney at Law Bellefontaine, O. 

Solicitor for City of Bellefontaine 8 and 9 Empire Block 
Delegate to iSth Grand Chapter 



Hugh James Logan, Jr. 
*Edwin C. Taylor 



Class of 1896 

Journalist 

Editorial Dept. N. Y. Morning 
Journal 
Student 

Died January 28, 1894 



New York, N. Y. 
102 West 90th St. 

Mansfield, O. 



Pearl C. Todd 



Cleves H. Howell 

Ph.B. 

James W. Morgan 

Ph.B. 
Joseph N. Pugh 



Joseph B. Atkinson 



Class of 1897 
Bank Teller 

Class of 1901 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Class of 1902 

Chemist 



Urbana, O. 

138 E. Court St. 



Keokuk, la. 

605 Grand Ave. 
Jackson, O. 

Newark, O. 

79 Gay St. 



Pataskala, O. 



Charles Boulden Hunter 
William Sloane Kinney 

Alexander S. Rochester 
John Vergil Shelhart 



Class of 1904 

Student 
Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Student 
Student 



Washington, Ky, 
Wooster, O. 

Athens, O. 
Wooster, O. 



MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 

CLINTON, MISSISSIPPI 

Founded in 1830 Chartered in 1830 

A Denominational Institution (Baptist) 

DEPARTMENTS 

collegiate military 

preparatory commercial 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

Mississippi College was at first non-sectarian and under the control of a board of 
management. In 1842 it was placed in the care of the Presbyterian denomination. 
In 1850 it was offered, with its buildings, grounds and franchises, to the Baptists of 
the state, under which control it has since remained. Some of the professors and 
most of the students enlisted in the army, and the college work was suspended dur- 
ing the Civil war. When the war was ended the endowment was gone and only the 
buildings remained. The school was reopened under most unfavorable circum- 
stances, but has gradually extended its influence to the present time. 

BETA BETA CHAPTER 

Founded June 19, 1873, Became inactive in 1874 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Kappa Psi (inactive), 1860-61; Sigma Alpha Epsilon (inactive), 1869-76. 



233 



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MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 



*Jacob Guy Collins 

A.B. 
John Howard Eager 

A.B. Grad. Southern Bap. 
Jheol. Sem. D.D., 1891 
William Everett Quin 

A.B. M.D.,Kv. ^hoolof Med. 
1881 
Hugh Langdon Quin 

Hosea William Rockett 

A.B. 
*Thomas Lipscomb Talbert 

A.B. 



Edward Turner Bramlitt 

M.D., Louisville Med. Col., 1876 
Charles Bowen Freeman 

A.B. 
Andrew Hugh Longino 

Ph. B. 
Theodore Napoleon Rhymes 

A.B. 
*Richard Howard Shelby 

LL.B., Cumberland Univ. 
Charles Wheeler Webb 

A.B. 



George Sturges Dodds 

A.B. 
Alden Bailey Hurt 

B.S. 
William Alfred Lea 
Wiley Harvey McGee 

A.B. 
*Adolphus Preston Rhymes 

*Thomas Jefferson Rowan 

A.B. 
Charles Francis Taylor 



Richard Kinsey Boney 

LL. B., Univ. of La., 1880 
John Edward Givhan 

M.D., Bellevue Hospital Med. 
Coll., 1882 
Joseph R. Hughs 

A.B. 
Joseph Archibald Holloway 

_M_.D., Univ. of La. 
William Baily Sanford 

M.D., Vanderbilt Univ. 
Robert L. Shannon 



Class of 1874 

Date of death not reported 
Clergyman 

Pastor Seventh Baptist Church 

Physician and Druggist 
Mayor of Fort Payne, Ala. 

Merchant 

Clergyman 

Clergyman 

Died January, 1886 

Class of 1875 

Physician 

Local Surgeon forL M. & S. R. 
Teacher 

Attorney at Law 

Governor of Mississippi 
Attorney at Law 



Died in 1878 

Class of 1876 

Attorney at Law 

Journalist 

Farmer 
Merchant 

Farmer 

Died July 22, 1895 
Clergyman 

Died in 1883 
Clergyman 

Class of 1877 
Attorney at Law 
Physician 

Clergyman 
Physician 
Physician 
Farmer 

234 



R. 



Raymond, Miss. 

Baltimore, Md. 
1405 McCulloh St. 

Fort Payne, Ala. 



West Point, Miss. 
Harrison, Miss. 
Pensacola, Fla. 

Malvern, Ark. 
tStein's Creek, Miss. 
Monticello, Miss. 
Razville, La. 
Vicksburg, Miss. 
Clinton, Miss. 

Hazelhurst, Miss. 

tWinona, Miss. 

•fSummit, Miss. 
JMinden, La. 

Crystal Springs, Miss. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

■fOak Grove, Tex. 

Duckport, La. 
Pontotoc, Miss. 

fYazoo City, Miss. 
Round Rock, Tex. 
Corinth, Miss. 
Shannon, Miss. 



RANDOLPH -MACON COLLEGE 

ASHLAND, VIRGINIA 

Founded in 1830 First Class Graduated in 1835 

A Denominational Institution (Methodist Episcopal, South) 

DEPARTMENTS 

collegiate WOMAN'S COLLEGE PREPARATORY 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds . . . _ $250,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 50,000.00 

Amount of endowment ------ 250,000.00 

Value of productive funds ------ 225,000.00 

Income from all sources for iSgg-igoo - - - 48,000.00 

Tuition in collegiate department ----- 75-00 

Number of volumes in library ----- 12,000 

Number of professors and instructors . - - . 22 

Number of students in attendance - - - - 267 

Women are admitted in Woman's College only. 

GAMMA GAMMA CHAPTER 

Founded March 14, 1874 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Delta Psi (inactive), 1863-61; Kappa Alpha, 1869; Phi Kappa Psi (inactive), 
1870-82; Phi Kappa Sigma, 1872; Beta Theta Pi (inactive), 1873-93; Phi Delta Theta, 
1874; Kappa Sigma, 1888. 



235 



GAMMA GAMMA CHAPTER 



RANDOLPH-MACON' COLLEGE 



William Blount Barham 
M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1S77 

Robert Emmet Carr 
Henry Walter Lilly 

M.D., Univ. of Va., 1878 
John William May 

*Walter Gaylord Norman 



Class of 1873 

Physician 

Member Board of Health, Soutfi- 

ampton County 
Delegate to nth Grand Chapter 



Newsoms, Va. 



Attorney at Law 
Banker 

Merchant 



Died January 8, i? 



tChapel Hill, N. C. 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Alexandria, Va. 

209 N. Washington St. 
Plymouth, N. C. 



Class of 1874 



James Hawkins Clark 
John Theilman Dickinson 

LL.B., Univ. of Va., 1879 
Charles Marion Yeates 

A.B., Emory and Henry Col., Va., i 
LL.B., Columbian Univ., 1890 



Merchant 
Promoter 

Clerk 



tClarksdale, Miss. 
Chicago, 111. 

Washington, D. C. ', 
U. S. Pension Bureau 



William Leroy Doggett 
Silas Carey Whitehead 



Class of 187s 
Real Estate and Loans 
Clerk 



Chicago, 111. 

167 Dearborn St. 
■[Memphis, Tenn. 



James J. Carroll 

John Clark 

Boiling Wellford Ford 

Frank Thompson, Jr. 



Class of 1876 
Planter 

Journalist 
Farmer 
Attorney at Law 



INew Orleans, La. 

543 St. Charles St. 
tColeman, Tex. 
Lexington, Ky. 
Richlands, N. C. 



Leigh Carroll 

A.M., Univ. of Va., 1883 
William Francis Drewry 

M.D., Medical Coll. of Va., 1884 



William Greenville Pace 
John Lewis Parham 
Robert Dudley Thompson 



Class of 1877 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Superintendent and Chief Phy- 
sician, Central State Hospital 
for Insane; Corresponding Sec- 
retary, National Conference of 
Charities and Correction; Sec- 
retary Virginia Conference of 
Charities and Correction 

Manufacturer 

County Official 

Manufacturer 

236 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Petersburg, Va. 



Danville, Va. 
Benton, Ark. 
Richlands, N. C. 



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237 



Edward Leith Abrams 
Walter Carroll 

M.E., Steven's Inst, of Tech., 1884 
George Edward Sangster 

Bruce Simmons 

LL.B., Columbian Univ., 18 
John Alexander Stevens 

M.D., Jefferson Med. Col., i 



Joseph Wheadon Carroll 
Thos. Jefferson Hughes, Jr. 
Thomas Newsome Potts 
A.B. B.D., Princeton Theol. 
Sera., i88g 
*Eugene Harold Schoolfield 



Class of 1878 

Merchant 

Mechanical Engineer 
^ 
Manager 

Of E. T. Paul Music Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Class of 1879 

Attorney at Law 
Real Estate 
Clergyman 

Manufacturer 

Died February 22, 1890 



tGrinnell, Dak. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

New York, N. Y. 

46 W. 28th St. 
Forfolk, Va. 

Clinton, N. C. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Roanoke, Va. 
fLynchburg, Va. 

Danville, Va. 



Tyler Gatewood Kent 
William Dennis McClees 

M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1885 
John William Wilson, Jr. 



Class of 1880 



Farmer 
Physician 

Farmer 



Wytheville, Va. 
Wichita, Kan. 

Wakefield, Va. 



Richard Heber Bennett 

A.M., 1885 
James Cannon, Jr. 

A.B., 1884; A.M., 1888 
James Powell Garland, Jr. 
Oscar Muse Styron 

Green Pace Talbott 
A.B. 



Class of 1881 

Teacher and Clei-gyman^ Richmond, Va. 

Delegate to 20th Grand Chapter 

Teacher and Clergyman Blackstone, Va. 

Attorney at Law Lynchburg, Va. 

Manufacturer Norfolk, Va, 

80-84 Union St. 

Cashier Danville, Va. 
Witii Southern Railway 226 Jefferson St 



Edwin Povall Turner 

M.D., Univ. of Maryland, 1885 

Samuel David Turner, Jr. 
A.B., 1886 



Levi John Ames 
Edward Holloway Brown 
James Robert Pace 



Class of 1882 
Physician 
Teacher 

Class of 1883 

Farmer 
Real Estate 
Manufacturer 



IRichmond, Va. 
Richmond, Va. 



tBelleville, Va. 
Richmond, Va. 
Danville, Va, 



*Edgar Moseley Bass 

John Joseph Kindred 

M.D., Hospital Col. of Med., 18 

Robert Melville Maxey 
Frank Talbott 



*Thomas Stokes Talbott 



Class of 1885 
Clerk Danville, Va. 

Died August 12, 1889 

Physician Astoria, N. Y. 

Consultant and Business Mgr. 
"River Crest" Sanitarium 
Clergyman Ford's Depot, Va. 

Accountant Danville, Va. 

Secretary and Treasurer Danville 130 Broad St. 

Water & Gas Co. 
Delegate to i8th Grand Chapter 
Grand Praetor, Second Province, 
1890-1892 
Manufacturer Danville, Va. 

Died July i, 1891 



238 



GAMMA GAMMA CHAPTER 



James Latimer McLemore 
B.L.,Univ. of Va. 



Class of 1886 

Attorney at Law 

President of Bank of Suffolk 



Suflfolk, Va. 



R. Horace Hood 
Walter Raleigh Old 



Benjamin W. Arnold 

Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Univ. 

William Wallace Bennett 

M.D., Va. Med. Col. 
Thomas Ritchie Freeman 

A.B. 
Samuel Clayton Starke 

A.M. A.B., 1890 



Class of 1887 

Teacher fWarrenton, Va. 

Delegate to i8th Grand Chapter 

Bennett's Creek, Va. 

Class of 1888 

Teacher Farmville, Va. 

Prof, of History and English in 
Normal Inst. 
Physician Ronceverte, W. Va. 

Manufacturer Rowanta, Va. 

Teacher Montgomery, Ala. 

Associate Principal, University 95 Houston St. 

School 



William Levi Old 

A.B. M.D., Univ. of Va., 1894 



John Ney Sebrell, Jr. 

B.S. B.L.. Univ. of Va., 18 



Class of 1889 
Physician 

Class of 1892 

Attorney at Law 

Mayor of Courtland 



Norfolk, Va. 



Courtland, Va. 



Edgar N. Ricks 

Graduate Commercial Col., Ky. 
Univ., 1896 
R. Thomas Watts, Jr. 



Class of 1893 

Manufacturer Enfield, N, C. 

Sec. and Treas. Enfield Knitting 
Mills 
Accountant Lynchburg, Va. 

With National Exchange Bank 104 Cabell St. 



Evan A, Edwards 

A.B. 
W. Russell Winfree 



Class of 1894 

Clergyman 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 



Class of 189s 



Goshen, Md. 
Lynchburg, Va. 



Henry Asbury Christian Physician Lynchburg, Va. 

A.B. A.M.; M.D., Johns Hopkins First Assistant Pathologist Bos- 909 Court St. 
Univ., 1900 • ton City Hospital 

Woody W. Dickerson Accountant Lynchburg, Va. 

With Peoples National Bank 
Howard Fletcher, Jr. Wholesale Merchant Warrenton, Va. 

A.B. 
Richard Old Norfolk, Va. 

With Pocomoke Guano Co. 



William Scott Danne 
Albert Fletcher 
James Mullen 

A.B. B.L., Washington and Lee 
Univ., 1899 
Stephen Hurt Watts 



Class of 1896 

Merchant 
Merchant 
Attorney at Law 



With O'Ferrall & Register 



A.M. M.D., Johns Hopkins Univ., 1901 



Physician 



Trevilians, Va. 
Warrenton, Va. 
Richmond, Va. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Johns Hopkins Hosp. 



p. H. Drewry 
Hugh W. Jackson 
Albert H. Licklider 
A.M. 



RANDOLPH-MACON COLLEGE 

Class of 1897 

Teacher 

Merchant 

Teacher 

Prof, in Norfolk Academy 



Petersburg, Va. 
Salisbury, Md. 
Norfolk, Va. 



239 



Stuart H. Beckley 
Hugh Fletcher 



Class of lE 

In War Dept. 
Merchant 



Washington, D. C. 

24QSt., N.W. 
Warrenton, Va. 



George Lemuel Neville 

A.M. 
Marion Montague Robinson 

A. C. Southall 



Class of 1899 
Merchant 

Teacher 



Principal Pungoteague Academy 



Portsmouth, Va. 

414 London St. 
Danville, Va. 

753 Main St. 
Pungoteague, Va. 



James Duval Adams 

Jesse N. McClees 
Benjamin Harris Owens 



Henry Lyman Johnson 

Joseph Hugh Neville 

A.M. 
James Owen Watts 



Harry Sutton Davis 

James Luther Humphrey 
Howard Maximillian Plitt 

Richard Julian Roszell 
Walter Taylor Simcoe, Jr. 

William Archer Thomas 



Class of 1900 

Student 

Student 
Student 



Class of 1901 

Accountant 

Gen. Bookkeeper Nat. Ex. Bank 
Student 

Student 



Class of 1902 

Student 

Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 

Student 



Lvnchburg, Va. 

' 405 Cabell St. 
Wichita, Kan. 
Portsmouth, Va. 
320 Dinwiddie St. 



Lynchburg, Va. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

414 London St. 
Lynchburg, Va. 

404 Cabell St. 



Norfolk, Va. 

117 Bute St. 
Paxson, Va. 
Baltimore, Md. 

2547 Penn Ave. 
Dranesville, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 

Bute St. 
Martinsville, Va. 



Harry Kennedy Dulaney 



Class of 1903 

With American Ice Co. 



Baltimore, Md. 

2321 Maryland Ave. 



MONMOUTH COLLEGE 

MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS 

Founded in 1856 Chartered in 1857 

A Denominational Institution (United Presbyterian) 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGIATE 

The religious denomination in charge of Monmouth College being opposed to 
secret societies, the college senate has always regarded fraternities with disfavor, and 
since 1874 has actively prohibited them in the institution. Monmouth has stood well 
among the smaller colleges of the state from the first. It offers three courses to 
students, classical, scientific, and literary. It has a library of some 17,000 volumes, 
and its corps of professors and instructors numbers fourteen. About three hundred 
students are in attendance, of whom a fair proportion are women. 

EPSILON EPSILON CHAPTER 

Founded June 11, 1874. Became inactive in 1878 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi (inactive), 1865-78; Delta Tau Delta (inactive), 1865-72; Phi 
Gamma Delta (inactive), 1866-71; Pi Beta Phi (inactive), 1867-84; Phi Delta Theta 
(inactive), 1871-84; Phi Kappa Psi (inactive), 1872-86; Kappa Kappa Gamma (in- 
active), 1870-78. 



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MONMOUTH COLLEGE 



Allen Morruw Acheson 
A.B., A.M. 



David Dwight Bigger 
A.B. A.M., 1878 
D.D., Heidelberg Univ., 18 



Class of 1874 

Clergyman Eleanor, 111. 

Class of 1875 

Clergyman Tiffin, O. 

Synodical Superintendent of Mis- 155 Jefferson St. 
sions, Presbyterian Church 



Thomas Howard Candor 

A.B., A.M. 
James Alexander Ferguson 

A.B., A.M. 
George W. Patten 

B.S. 
William McNite Porter 

A.B., A.M. 



Thomas W. Anderson 

A.B., A.M. 
Robert Jackson Davidson 

A.B., A.M., D.D. 
William Jewett Fulton 

A.B. A.M., 1879 
James Robert Logue 

A.B. , A.M. 
James Wallace Steen 

A.B., A.M. 



John C. Barnett 
Joseph Harold Painter 
A.B., A.M. 



JohnE wing Brown 

M.D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1883 

Alexander Gilchrist 

A.B., iStq; A.m., Wooster Univ. 
1882. D.D., 1894. 

Homer H. Swaney 
A.B., Chicago Univ. 



Charles E. Bruen 
Joseph Wilson Hays 

A.B., Wooster Univ., 18S0 
Joseph GilfiUan Kennedy 

A.B., A.M. 



Alexander G. Graham 
Christian Shultz 



Class of 1876 

Missionary 

Clergyman 

Commission Merchant 
Clergyman 

Class of 1877 

Clergyman 
Clergyman 

Manufacturer 

Secretary Public Library 
Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 

Class of 1878 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1879 

Physician Omaha, Neb. 

Professor Gynecology of Omaha 1026 Park Ave. 

Medical Col. 
Clergyman Pittsburg, Pa. 

General Secretary Board of Home 522 Graham St. 
Missions, United Presbyterian 
Church 



Barranquila, U. S. C, 

S. A. 
Denison, Kan, 

Chicago, 111. 

^2 Board of Trade Bldg. 
Nelson, Neb. 



New York, N. Y. 

41 Charles St. 
Dexter, la. 

Keokuk, la. 

712 High St. 
Washington, la. 

Enid, Okla. 



Urbana, O. 
Clarinda, la. 



Attorney at Law 

Class of 1880 

Farmer 
Teacher 

Clergyman 

Class of 1881 

Clerk 
Pharmacist 

242 



Pittsburg, Pa. 
152 Fifth Ave. 



■fEmerson, O. 
Macomb, 111. 

Denver, Col. 

2930 Lake Place 



Monmouth, 111. 
Monmouth, 111. 



PURDUE UNIVERSITY 

LAFAYETTE, INDIANA 

Founded in 1874 First Class Graduated in 1875 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

CIVIL, electrical applied science 

and mechanical agriculture 

engineering pharmacy 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds - . . . $357,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 2g8,ooo.oo 

Amount of endowment ------ 340,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-iqoo - - - - 168,037.13 

Tuition in collegiate department - - Free to residents of Indiana 

Non-residents ...---- 25.00 

Number of volumes in library - - - - - 10,804 

Number of professors and instructors - - - - 71 

Number of students in attendance . - - . 1,040 

Women are admitted and constitute about one-tenth of the attendance. 

DELTA DELTA CHAPTER 

Founded March i, 1875 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Kappa Sigma, 1885; Phi Delta Theta, 1894; Sigma Nu, i8gi; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, 1893; Phi Kappa Psi, 1901. 



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DELTA DELTA CHAPTER 



PURDUE UNIVERSITY 



John Bradford Harper 

B.S. 



Class of 187s 
Civil Engineer 



Durango, Col. 



Charles John Bohrer 
B.S. A.C., 1878 



Class of 1876 



LaFayette, Ind. 



Frank Pierce Clark 

B.S. A.C., 1878 
William King Eldridge 

B.S. C.E., 1878 



Jesse Harvey Blair 

B.S. LL.B., Central Law School, 
1883 
Fremont Goodwin 

Aretas W. Hatch 
George A. Jamison 



Daniel William Noble 

B.S. 
John Carothers Vanatta 

B.S. 



Class of 1877 
Pharmacist 
Civil Engineer 

Class of 1878 
Attorney at Law 

Banker 

State Senator 
Attorney at Law 



North Baltimore, O. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
1215 Stevenson Bldg. 



Denver, Col. 

Equitable Bldg. 

Williamsport, Ind. 



Cashier Farmers and Traders Bank 
Auditor Tippecanoe Co. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
LaFayette, Ind. 



Farmer 

Banker 

President of Bank of Reynolds 
President of Bank of Walkerton 
Cashier of Bank of Brookston 
President of Etoniah Canal and 

Drainage Co., Putnam Co., Fla 
Delegate to nth Grand Chapter 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
Brookston, Ind. 



William Edward Beach 
B.L., Indiana Univ., 1881 
Charles Sumner Downing 
Sylvester H. Jackson 

♦Lewis Owens 

B.S. 
Worth Reed 

B.S. 

Wilbur Fisk Severson 

LL.B., Cincinnati Law School 
Alfred Henry Wintrode 



Class of 1880 

Merchant 

County Treasurer 
Commercial Traveler 
Merchant 

Student 

Died March 25, 1881 
Teacher 

Principal of Linwood School 
Attorney at Law 
81 U. S. Commissioner 
Mining Broker 

244 



LaFayette, Ind. 

LaFayette, Ind. 
LaFayette, Ind. 

8 N. Third St. 
Chalmers, Ind. 

LaFayette, Ind. 

LaFayette, Ind. 

Seattle, Wash. 
56-57 Union Blk. 



PURDUE UNIVERSITY 



245 



*Thomas Cromwell Card 

James Beverly Milner 

Andrew Edgar Reynolds 

B.S., Wabash Col., 1883 
Clarence Severson 
Albert King Warren 
B.S. 



Fremont Clifford 
Colfax Everett Earl 



Cassius Clay Hammond 

Oliver Perry Morton Jamison 
Lew Wallace Knefler 
Alva Owen Reser 



*Ernest Smith Robbins 



James Birney Shaw, Jr. 

B.S., M.S.,D.C. 
J. Warren Sleeper 

Allen Russell Vinnedge 



William A. Bringham 

Ph.G. 
Lewis Nathaniel Charles 



Thomas Porter Hawley 
Charles Almus Marstellar 

Ph.B., Butler Univ., 1885 

James Miio Waugh 
B.S., 1S83 



♦Charles Denman Keyes 

B.S. 
*Charles James White 

Charles Crittenden Warner 



Class of 1881 

Student 

Died February 21, 1884 
Attorney at Law 

U. S. Consul 
Merchant 

Plumber 
Civil Engineer 

Class of 1882 

Merchant 
Contractor 

Delegate to 14th, 15th, i6th and 
17th Grand Chapters 

Grand Tribune, 1883-84 
Public Official 

Sec. N. Dakota Ry. Com. 
Attorney at Law 
Clerk 
Court Stenographer 

State Representative 

Delegate to 14th and 15th Grand Chapters 
Soldier Fort Leavenworth, 

2d Lieut. U. S. A. Kan 

Died in 1886 
Teacher Gambler, O. 

Professor in Kenyon Col. 
Merchant Baldwin City, Kan. 

In Ice and Cold Storage Business 
Merchant Chicago, 111. 

446 Dearborn Ave. 
Class of 1883 

Merchant 



Frankfort, Ind. 

Calais, France 

Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Crawfordsville, Ind. 
Lebanon, Ind. 



Connersville, Ind. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

4 Shaub Flats 

Ashley, N. Dak. 

fPortland, Oregon 
fLouisville, Ky. 
LaFayette, Ind. 



Government Official 

Salesman 
Capitalist 

Surveyor 

County Surveyor 

Class of 1884 

Real Estate Agent 

Died in i8go 
Journalist 

Died January 15, 1888 
Attorney at Law 



Goodland, Ind. 

Washington, D. C. 

Care Second Auditor's 
Office 
tLaFayette, Ind. 
LaFayette, Ind. 

West Lafayette 
Crawfordsville, Ind.. 



Wichita Falls, Tex. 
Logansport, Ind. 
Rensselaer, Ind. 



Charles Henry Eldridge 



William Mode Taylor 

B.S. B.M.E. Mass. Inst. Tech. 



Charles Heath Vinton 

Henry Heath Vinton 
B.S. 



Class of 1885 

New York, N. Y. 
With Adams Steel Co. 177 Broadway 

Grand Praetor of 4th Province, 1882-84 
Manufacturer Indianapolis, Ind. 

Pres. of Chandler & Taylor Co. 
Member American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers 
Capitalist 



Attorney at Law 

Judge Superior Court, Tippecanoe 

County 
Delegate to igth, 21st, 22d, and 23d 

Grand Chapters 
Grand Consul of 21st Grand Chapter 



Denver, Col. 

721 E. & C. BIdg. 
LaFayette, Ind. 



246 



James Franklin Brufif 

M.E. 
John Baker Clark 



DELTA DELTA CHAPTER 

Class of 1886 

Architect 

Grain Commission 



Shrewsbury Beauregard Miller Draughtsman 
B.M.E. 



Kokomo, Ind. 

Chicago, 111. 

izsRialto Bldg. 
tNew York, N. Y. 



George Ade 
B.S. 

John Grant Bowers 

George W. Hart 

Newton Booth Tarkington 

Bennett Taylor 
B.M.E. 



Class of 1887 

Journalist and Author Chicago, 111. 

Grand Praetor of Fourth Province, Chicago Athletic Club 



Merchant 

Draughtsman 

Author 

Grain Merchant 



Muncie, Ind. 
Hamilton, O- 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

iioo North Penn St. 
South Raub, Ind. 



James Samuel Shortle 
B.S. 



Class of 188: 
Attorney at Law 



Chicago, 111. 
184 Lasalle St. 



Edward Clement Davidson 

Ph.G. M.D., Univ. of Mich., il 
♦Bernhardt Herman Dorner 

B.S. 
Luther Jewett Hord 

Ph.G. 
James Francis Hutchinson 

B.M.E. 
John Tinney McCutcheon 

B.S. 

Charles Warren Pifer 

B.C.E. 
Frank Lewis Rainey 

B.S. 

Cortice M. Warner 

Ph.S. 



Class of 1889 

Physician 

Journalist 

Died July 9, 1901 
Druggist 

Attorney at Law 

Artist and War Correspondent 
Grand Historian, 1889-91 
Grand Annotator, 1890-92 

Civil Engineer 

With Illinois Central R. R. 

Teacher 

Instructor in Biology 
Michigan Military Academy 

Druggist 



LaFayette, Ind. 
Frankfort, Ind. 
PonkaCity,Okla. 

Chicago, 111. 

711 Tacoma Bldg. 
Chicago, 111. 

Chicago Athletic Club 

Clinton, 111. 
Orchard Lake, Mich. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

149 S. Illinois St. 



Frederick Paul Anderson 
B.S. M.E., 1894 

Charles Newton Branch 
William Dill 

C.E. 
Jasper Marion Dresser 

B.S. 
William J. Ransdell 

B.S. 
Charles Russ Richards 

B.M.E. M.E., 1891 
Marion Alphon Stout 

Ph.C. 



Class of 1890 

Mechanical Engineer Lexington, Ky. 

Professor of Mech. Eng. and Dean 
of School of Mech. and Elect. 
Eng. in Kentucky State Col. 
Physician Anderson, Ind. 

Rushville, Ind. 



Real Estate Loans 



Chicago, 111. 

164 Dearborn St. 
Franklin, Ind. 



Teacher Lincoln, Neb. 

Professor of Mech. Eng. in Univ. of Neb. 
Druggist Bluffton, Ind. 



PURDUE UNIVERSITY 



247 



John Charles Goodwin 
William Kirkpatrick 

James McClamroch 



Class of 1891 

Merchant 
Liveryman 

Banker 



Director and Casliier Farmers' Bank 



Frankfort, Ind. 
LaFayette, Ind. 

South Third St. 
Frankfort, Ind. 



Albert J. Sedgwick Keporter 

B.S., State Col. of Colorado, 1892 With Toledo Times 



Reporter 



Earl Eustace Stafford 
James H. Wells 
B.M.E. M.E., 1S95 



Clarence M. Bivins 
B.S. 

Edwin Hamlin Carr 
William Jean Etten 
B.S. 

Walter Wallace Ford 

B.S. 
Edgar Roy Stevens 
Arthur Christopher Wright 

B.S. 



Prop. Ind. Illustrating Co. 
Teacher 



Toledo, O. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
LaFayette, Ind. 



Class of 1892 

Manufacturer 

Grand Praetor of Fourth Province, 

1895-97 

Journalist 

Chicago Journal 

Delegate to igth Grand Chapter 
Journalist 

Merchant 
Merchant 

Member of firm Kern & Wright 



LaFayette, Ind. 
Columbia St. 

Rushville, Ind. 
Chicago, 111. 

Marion, Ind. 

Newport, Ind. 
Marion, Ind. 



Ezra Reed Hendricks 

*Rufus Ratliff 

Frederick Charles Scheuch 
B.S., B.M.E. A.C., 1894 



John Dougherty Thomsom 

B.S. M.E., 1894 

A.B. LL.B., Yale 
John M. Thompson 
David Wallace 



Class of 1893 

Civil Engineer 

With Vandalia Line 



Died in 1896 
Teacher 

Professor Modern Languages 
Univ. of Montana 

Delegate to 19th and 21st 
Grand Chapters 

Grand Praetor of Fourth Prov- 
ince, 1892-93 

Journalist 

Prop. Commercial Tribune 



Terre Haute, Ind. 
Spiceland, Ind. 
Missoula, Mont. 



George Cullom 

Ph.G. 
Lawrence Aloysius Downs 

B.C.E., 1894 
Samuel Montgomery Kintner Teacher 

B.S. M.E.,1896 " ' 

Samuel Hardy Mitchell 



*Alfred Holland McMuUen 

George Ward Remington 

David A. Sherfey 

B.C.E., 1894 
John M. Studebaker, Jr. 

John Guy Wynn 
B.S. E.E., 1895 



Journalist 

Class of 1894 
Druggist 

Civil Engineer 

Roadmaster Illinois Central R.R. 



Denver, Col. 
Barclay Block 

Denver, Col. 
tindianapolis, Ind. 



Professor in Allegheny Col. 



Frankfort, Ind. 

New Orleans, La. 

Allegheny, Pa. 

Chicago, 111. 
With Fire Extinguisher Mfg. Co. 
Student LaFayette, Ind. 

Died October 11, 1S94 

Schenectady, N. Y. 
With General Electric Co. 
Civil Engineer Brazil, Ind. 

Manufacturer South Bend, Ind. 

With Studebaker W^agon Works 
Electrical Engineer Indianapolis, Ind. 

With Jenny Mfg. Co. 



248 



DELTA DELTA CHAPTER 



Charles A. Bolles 
Frank G. Brockenbrough 

Harvey Esdell Crane 
B.M.E. 

Robert P. Leavitt 

B.S. 
Hiram D. Lingle 

E. B. Pierce 

*George Mays De Reamer 

John G. Wallick 

Cole'c. Wiley 
B.S. 



Edwin Madison Allen 
B.S. M.E., 1899 

Harry C. Buschman 

Edward Graham Crozier 
B.S. 



Ronald Dawson 

B.S. LL.B., Union Univ., 18 
Justin Griess 

B.S. M.E., 1900 
Harry Griffith 
David M. Johnston 

B.S. 
John L. Roe 

B.S. 
Louis Charles Smith 

B S 

David' Todd 



Van Wagnen Ailing 
B.S.. C.E. 

William Hull Baird 

B.S. 
John Reuben Gebhart 

Charles Dyer Heile 

William David Mann 

Benjamin Fort McCutcheon 



Class of 1895 

Manufacturer Brownstown, Ind. 

Miner LaFayette, Ind. 

North Sixth St. 
Electrical Engineer Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Supt. of Construction, Ft. Wayne 305 W. Jefferson St. 
Electrical Works 
Electrical Engineer Vernon, Ind. 



Capitalist 



Chicago, 111. 

4333 Grand Boul. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
New York, N. Y. 



Mechanical Engineer 

Date of death not reported 
Electrical Engineer Indianapolis, Ind 

President District Telegraph Co. 
Accountant Indianapolis, Ind 



Class of 1896 

Mechanical Engineer 

Sec. and Asst. Mgr. Fayette Manu 
facturing Co. 
Commercial Traveler 

With Lewis, Meier Co. 
Mechanical Engineer 

With Pittsburg Valve, Foun- 
dry and Construction Co. 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 

Mechanical Engineer 

With Kaltenbach & Griess 
Merchant 
Mechanical Engineer 

Electrical Engineer 

With General Electric Co. 

Mechanical Engineer 

Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 

Mechanical Engineer 

Grand Praetor Fourth Province 
1893-94 

Class of 1897 

Builder 

Supervising Architect, U. S. A. 
Santiago, Cuba 
Superintendent 

With American Beet Sugar Co. 
Accountant 

Manufacturer 

Mgr. H. McFarlane & Co. 
Building Superintendent 

With Oliver Sollitt Co. 
Artist 

With Chicago Daily News 



Pittsburg, Pa. 

802 Bank for Savings 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Cor. Duquesne Way & 
Sth St. 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 

287 West Wayne St. 
Cleveland, O. 

Williamson Bldg. 
Texarkana, Ark. 
Chicago, 111. 

167 Dearborn St. 
Schenectady, N. Y. 

702 Union St. 
Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

28 State St. 
Youngstown, O. 

Care Brier Hill Coal & 
Iron Co. 



Chicago, 111. 
, Care of Charles Ailing, 

706 Tacoma Bldg. 
Rocky Ford, Neb. 

New Albany, Ind. 

805 E. Main St. 
Chicago, 111. 

1834 Barry Ave. 
Chicago, 111. 

16 Astor St. 
Chicago, 111. 



Albert Hugh Bryan 

B.S. A.C., 1900; M.S., 1901 

Martin W. Earhart 
B.S. 

Benjamin Gravely Fernald 
B.S. 



Class of 1898 

Chemist 

With Sugar Beet Co. 
Mechanical Engineer 

With lola Portland Cement Co. 
Draughtsman 



Rocky Ford, Col. 

lola, Kan. 

Elizabeth, N. J. 
an S. Broad St. 



PURDUE UNIVERSITY' 



H9 



Frank Gibson 
Fred Haggard 
Charles A. Mann 
Mark West McGaffey 

B.S. 
Chester Morris 
Aloysius John Rumely 

B.S. 
Charles Whitall Valentine 

B.S. 
Harry Warden 



Harry S. Badet 

Thomas Jefferson Barnes, Jr. 

J. L. Flannery 

Albert E. Oilman 

Adolf Schleicher 

Brent Achilles Tozzer 



Chemist 

R. R. Tax Agent 
Accountant 
Mechanical Engineer 
With C. West Co. 

Mechanical Engineer 

Mechanical Engineer 
With N.Y. Air Brake Co. 



Class of 1899 

Clerk 

Railroad Agent 
With Wabash R. R. 



Mechanical Engineer 

With Hamilton, King Co. 
Merchant 

Draughtsman 

With Big Four R. R. 



tCleveland, O. 
LaFayette, Ind. 
Chicago, 111. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

420 Duquesne Way 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
LaPorte, Ind. 

Watertown, N. Y. 

South Bend, Ind. 



South Bend, Ind. 

417 S. Main St. 
Danville, 111. 

Chicago, 111. 
42 River St. 
Ottawa, 111. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

1914 North DelawareSt. 
Fern Bank, O. 



Ralph Aldrich Bond 

Robert Morris Evans 

Charles Forrest Flinn 
Taber Hamilton 

B.S.. Yale 
Roy Claiborne Rickly 



Class of 1900 

Traveling Salesman 

Manufacturer 

Mechanical Engineer 
Apprentice 

Mechanical Engineer 



Fort Wayne, Ind, 
322 Fairfield Ave. 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 
126 E. Main St. 

tBeloit, Wis. 

Altoona, Pa. 

Chicago, 111. 



Josiah Harding Andrews 
William Avery Atkins 
Charles Douglas Barrett 
Alex Chambers 
Cecil Gross Fowler 



Class of 1901 

Student 

Manufacturer 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Student 

Student 

Teller 

With Nat'l Fowler Bank 



Seymour, Ind. 

216 North Walnut St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

507 North Delaware St. 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 

255 Fairfield Ave. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Capitol Ave. 
LaFayette, Ind. 

South Ninth St. 



Robert Enos Adreon 

Hugh Coffreth Andress 

Thomas M. Andrew, Jr. 

Robert Blount Dugger 
Frank Biggs Timberlake 

Woodell Abner Pickering 

James Gale Van Winkle 



Class of 1902 

Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Accountant 

Student 

Surveyor 
Student 

Government Officer 

Second Lieutenant of Marines 
Student 



St. Louis, Mo. 

5713 Cabanne Ave. 
LaFayette, Ind. 

South Ninth St. 
LaFayette, Ind. 

I Andrew Place 
Bloomfiield, Ind. 
LaFayette, Ind. 

Columbia & Ninth Sts. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Brooklyn Navy Yard 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

1414 Central Ave. 



250 



DELTA DELTA CHAPTER 
Class of 1903 



James M. Fowler, Jr. 

Tames Louis Graham 
John William Graham 



James Graham Brown 

Marvin Coppes 
Carl Frederick Diether 
Ernest Ward Headmgton . 
Robert Fraser Higbee 
Claude Wilbur Heiser 

Martin Leroy Peirce 

Arthur Henry Peters 

Stuart Strickland Moore Ede 





LaFayette, Ind. 


Student 


South Ninth St. 




Madison, Ind. 


Student 


Madison, Ind, 


Student 




Class of 1904 






Indianapolis, Ind. 


Student 


i8q7 Talbot Ave. 


Student 


Nappanee, Ind. 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 


Student 


Portland, Ind. 


Accountant 


Milford, Ind. 


Student 


Cleveland, 0. 


Student 


4254 Euclid Ave. 




LaFayette, Ind. 


Student 


North St. 




Fort Wayne, md. 


Student 


Whitburn, England 


Student 


County Durham 



PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 

PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY 

Founded in 1746 Chartered in 1746 

A Denominational Institution (Presbyterian) 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGIATE SCIENTIFIC GRADUATE 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

This institution was chartered as the College of New Jersey, and was originally 
located at Elizabethtown. In 1748 it was removed to Newark, New Jersey, and again 
in 1756, to Princeton. The present corporate name was not formally assumed until 
1896, when the university celebrated the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the 
granting of its charter. A rule of the board of trustees forbids the students becoming 
members of any Greek-letter fraternity. The corps of professors and instructors 
numbers gi, and the attendance is about 1300. The library consists of about 
235,000 volumes. Women are not admitted. 

SIGMA CHAPTER 

Founded June 17, 1875. Became inactive in 1882 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi (inactive), 1843-50, 1878-80; Delta Kappa Epsilon (inactive), 1845- 
57; Zeta Psi (inactive), 1850-84; Delta Psi (inactive), 1851-53; Chi Psi (inactive), 1851-57; 
Kappa Alpha (inactive), 1852-56; Phi Kappa Sigma (inactive), 1853-76; Sigma Phi 
(inactive), 1853-55; Delta Phi (inactive), 1854-77; Chi Phi (inactive), 1854-68; Theta 
Delta Chi (inactive), 1863-67. 



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SIGMA CHAPTER 



PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 



Oren Britt Brown 
A.B. A.M., 1879 

Leighton Finley 

A.B., A.M. 
William Talmage Kaufman 

A.B., A.M. 
William Bird Van Lennep 

A.B., A.M. 

M.D., Hahnemann Med. Col., 18 



Class of 1876 

Attorney at Law Dayton, O. 

Judge of Court of Common Pleas, Court House 
Montgomery County, Ohio 
Soldier 

Officer in U. S. Army 
Insurance 



Physician 

Professor of Surgery, 
3 Hahnemann Medical Col. 



Washington, D. C. 

Plainfield, N. J. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
1421 North Spruce St. 



♦George Sidney Aderton 

Orville Sanford Brumback 
A.B., A.M. 
LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1879 



Richard Wilde Walker 

A.B., A.M. 
Rolla Wells 



Class of 1877 

Merchant St. Louis, Mo, 

Died Aug. 12, 1889 
Attorney at Law Toledo, O. 

President of Toledo Public Library 1603 Madison St. 

Director of Van Wert National Bank 

Grand Consul, 1886-88 

Delegate to 12th, 15th, 17th, and 23d 
Grand Chapters 

Orator of i6th Grand Chapter 

Director Union Savings Bank 

Director Van Wert Nat'l Bank 

Director Central Mfrs. Ins. Co. 

Director Mutual Aid, B. & L. Co. 
Attorney at Law Huntsville, Ala. 



Mayor of St. Louis 



St. Louis, Mo. 

509 Olive St. 



Courtlandt Charles Clarke 

B.S. 
Robert McCalmont 

C.E. 
*F. Sidney Papin 

A.B., A.M. 

M.D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1881 
Edward James Van Lennep 

A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1878 
Manufacturer 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to nth Grand Chapter 
Physician 

Died Jan. i, 1889 

Teacher 

Principal of Sedgwick School 



Sing Sing, N. Y. 

Franklin, Pa. 

1144 Elk St. 
Chicago, 111. 



Great Barrington, 
Mass. 



Class of 1879 

Daniel Moreau Barringer Geologist & Mining Engineer Philadelphia, Pa. 

A.B., A.M. 460 Bullitt Bldg. 

LL.B., Univ. of Pa. Law School, 1S82 

Charles Burbank Henderson, Ky. 

*Edgar Farris Ewing Decatur, 111. 

Died Aug. 26, 1884 

Edward Furman South Amboy, N. J. 

A.B. 

William H. McCreery tSt. Louis, Mo. 

Henry Lee Minor Attorney at Law fEvansville, Ind. 

252 



PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 
Robert McKean Nazro Commercial Traveler 



William Fanning Wickham 
A.B. LL.B., St. Louis Law 
School, 1881 
Albert Wylly 



Merchant 

With Republic Iron and Steel 
Company 



253 



Milwaukee, Wis. 

379 Prospect Ave. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Kinlock Park 

Savannah, Ga. 



Bland Ballard 

A.B. LL.B., Louisville Law 
School, 18S2 
Francis Theodore Bryan, Jr. 

A.B. 



Class of 1880 

Attorney at Law 

Insurance 

Class of 1881 



David Castleman Breckinridge Attorney at Law 
A.B., A.M. LL.B., St. Louis Law 
School, 1881 
♦Charles Ryle Danforth Merchant 

A.B. Died in 1896 

♦Robert Rodgers Shellabarger Attorney at Law 
A.B., A.M. LL.B., Columbian Died in January, iS 

Law School, 1883 

Class of 1882 

Pendleton Taylor Bryan Attorney at Law 

A.B. LL.B., St. Louis Law School, 1884 
Charles Denby, Jr. Merchant 



A.B., A.M. 



Secretary of Provisional Government 



Louisville, Ky. 



St. Louis, Mo. 

654 Locust St. 



New York, N. Y. 
Lord's Court BIdg. 

Athens, Greece 

Washington, D. C. 



St. Louis, Mo. 

506 Olive St. 
Tientsin, China 



THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYL- 
VANIA 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Founded in 1740 Chartered in 1755 

First Class Graduated in 1757 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

collegiate department of physical 
university hospital education 

law laboratory of hygiene 

medical graduate department 
dental for women 

veterinary the wistar institute of 
biological anatomy and biology 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds - - - - - $ 419,586.06 

Amount of endowment ------ 5,222,952.73 

Value of productive funds ------ 5,207,599.58 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 940,407.11 

Tuition in collegiate department ----- 150.00 

Number of volumes in library ----- 139,963 

Number of professors and instructors in all departments - 260 

Number of students in attendance . - - - 2,673 

Women are admitted. 

PHI PHI CHAPTER 

Founded September 27, 1875. Became inactive in 1887. Was revived May g, 1896 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Delta Phi, 1849; Zeta Psi, 1850; Phi Kappa Sigma, 1850; Delta Psi, 1854; Phi 
Kappa Psi, 1877; Beta Theta Pi, 1880; Alpha Tau Omega, 1881; Phi Gamma Delta, 
1881; Chi Phi (inactive), 1883-85; Phi Delta Theta, 1883; Delta Upsilon, 1888; Psi 
Upsilon, 1891; Sigma Nu (inactive), 1894; Alpha Chi Rho (inactive), 1896; Delta Tau 
Delta, 1897; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1890; Phi Delta Phi, 1886; Alpha Mu Pi Omega, 
1891; Delta Sigma Delta, 1891; Nu Sigma Nu, 1896. 

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PHI PHI CHAPTER 



UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 



William Burling Abbey 
LL.B. 



Duncan Lawrence Buzby 

LL.B. 
Matthew Cresswell, Jr. 
Frank Hamilton Magee 

A.B. LL.B., 1878 



Class of 1876 

Attorney at Law 

Title Officer of Real Estate Title 
Insurance and Trust Co. 

Delegate to nth Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 

Retired Merchant 
Attorney at Law 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

523 Chestnut St. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

627 Walnut St. 
Overbrook, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

251 S. Fourth St. 



B, Gordon Bromley 

LL.B.. A.M. 
Walter Lowrie Finley 

Isaac Newton Gordon 

Samuel Heilner 

LL.B. 
Henry Albert Potter 

Ph.B., Lafayette Coll., 1877 
Earl Milton Seitz 

Henry Edward Wallace 

LL.B. 
*Joseph Warner Yardley 

A.B. 



Class of 1877 
Attorney at Law 

Soldier 

Officer in United States Army 
Engineer 

With Standard Oil Co. 
Merchant 

Manufacturer 

Civil Engineer 

Journalist 

Died August, 1877 



Philadelphia, Pa, 
Drexel Bldg. 
fFt. Leavenworth, Kan. 

Bellefonte, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa, 

314 Walnut St. 
New York, N,Y, 

41 Union Square 
tPhiladelphia, Pa, 

512 N. Fifth St. 
New York, N, Y. 

Mills Bldg. 
Philadelphia, Pa, 



Ogden Armstrong 
J. Esdaile Florance 
Edward L Smith 
Francis G, Stuart 



Class of 1878 
Merchant 

Banker and Broker 
Banker 



Philadelphia, Pa, 

226 S. Fourth St. 
tKansas City, Mo, 

532 Delaware St. 
Philadelphia, Pa, 

1613 Spruce St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

1339 Fine St. 



John Dorrance 



Class of 1879 



Wilkesbarre, Pa. 



Samuel L. Diven 
M.D. A.B., 1878 
A.M., Dickinson Col., 1881 



Class of 1884 
Physician 

256 



Carlisle, Pa, 

153 N. Hanover St 



THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 



257 



William Dennis McClees 

M.U. 
David Rinehart Mehaffey 

C.E. 
Samuel Lewis Ziegler 

M.D. A.B., 1880; A.M., Buck- 
nell Univ., 1883; Sc.D., 1900 



Class of 1885 
Physician 
Railroad Official 



Wichita, Kan. 

220 E. Douglas Ave. 
tOsceola Mills, Pa. 



Physician 

Attending Surgeon, Wills" Eye 

Hospital 
Ophthalmic Surgeon, St. Joseph's 

Hospital 
Presicient Philadelphia Alumni 

Chapter of Sigma Chi 
Delegate to 23rcl, 24th and 25th Grand 

Chapters 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
1509 Walnut St. 



George Augustus Lung 

M.D. A.B., Univ. of Rochester, 
18S3. A.M.. 1891 

Alexander A. Sharp 

M.D. A.B., Dickinson Col., 1883 



Union Worthington 

A.B., 1S83; A.M., Centre Col. 
M.D., Tulane Univ., 1886 



George Emory Andrews 

MJ). A.B., Univ. of Rochester 

Millard Fillmore Cyphers 
M.D. 

Charles Walter List 



Class of 1886 

Surgeon 

Surgeon in U. S. Navy 

Physician and Real Estate 
Delegate to 14th and 15th Grand 

Chapters 
Grand Praetor First Province, 
1886-87 
Physician 



Class of 1887 
Physician 
Physician 



Washington, D. C. 
Navy Dept. 

Earned, Kan. 



tDenver, Col. 

17th and Champa Sts. 



Bay City, Mich. 

302-303 Crapo Blk. 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Wheeling, W.Va. 
944 Mam St. 



Robert H. Mitchell 

M.D. A.B., Centre Col., 1893 
George Lawrence McAvoy 

D.D.S. 

Ira Shimer 

M.D. A.B., Lehigh Univ. 



Class of 1897 
Physician 

Dentist 

Delegate to 23d and 25th Grand 
Chapters 
Physician 

Surgeon U. S. Army 



Memphis, Tenn. 

429 Court St. 
Scranton, Pa. 

Connell Bldg. 



Frank A. Awl, Jr. 

LL.B. 
David Atwood 

B.S. 
Samuel A. Boyle 

LL.B. 
William M. Campbell 

M.D.- 
Ezra H. Connell 

A.B.. Yale, 1895; LL.B. 
Curtis S. Foster 

M.D. 
Edward Dana Mitchell 

A.B., Centre Col., 1893; M.D. 
Iden Mayfield Portser 

M.D. 
Eugene Albert Smith 

M.D. 



Class of 1898 

Soldier Harrisburg, Pa. 

Second Lieutenant U. S. Army 
Journalist Madison, Wis. 

City Editor Wisconsin State Journal 121 W. Wilson St. 
Attorney at Law Philadelphia, Pa. 

West End Trust Bldg. 
Physician McKees Rocks, Pa. 



Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Physician 

Physician 

Physician 

Physician to State Prison 



Scranton, Pa. 

Connell Bldg. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

429 Court St. 
Freeland, Pa. 

Waupun, Wis. 



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PHI PHI CHAPTER 



William Ernest Arrisou 

B.S. 
Charles E. Burke 

M.D. 
Theodore E. Connell 

J. Norman Risley 

M.D. 
Arthur Percival Woodward 

LL.B. 



Class of 1899 

Journalist 

With North American 
Salesman 

Manufacturer 

Physician 

Attorney at Law 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

1723 Arch St. 
Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Scranton, Pa. 

Connell Bldg. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

1831 Chestnut St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Girard Bldg. 



Charles Lowthain Ashley 
M.D. 

Orville Elias Babcock Bailey 

Frederick A. Dale 

M.D. 
Joseph Francis DeSilver 

M.D. 
Thomas Flavell 

LL.B. 
Clifford Parker 

George A. Stevenson 

Daniel Dorey Stiltz 
Eugene Bradley Wilkins 



Class of 1900 

Physician 

Resident Physician Wilkes- 
barre Hospital 
Salesman 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Physician 

Army Surgeon 
Physician 



Plymouth, Pa. or 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Lemont, Pa. 
Atlantic City, N. J. 



Attorney at Law Germantown, Pa. 

5438 Wayne St. 
Salesman Philadelphia, Pa. 

With American Prismatic Light Co. N. nth St 
Lumberman Duluth, Minn. 

Care Nester Estate 
Physician Williamsport, Pa. 

Journalist Washington, D. C. 

With Washington Post 



John Thomas Engeman 

Carroll Hunter Gerry 

A.B. A.M., Dickinson Col.; 

Joseph H. Huston 

B.S., University of Pa., i8g8; 

Charles Clayton Lister, Jr. 

Edward W. Loudon 

M.D. 
George Lewis Megargee 

MX). 
Peter DeLome Overfield 

LL.B. 
Charles Perry Wentz 
William Dwight White, Jr. 

D.D.S. 
Lewis J. White-Callan 

M.D. 
Walter Winfield Wilson 

B.S., Princeton Univ., 1897; 1 



Edward Rider Kapp 
William Jordan, Jr. 

Joseph McGeary 
Elston F. King 
William Henry Noblett 



Class of 1901 




Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Director Brighton B 


each Racing 


215 Montague St. 


Assn. 






Physician 
M.D. 

Attorney at Law 




Shrewsbury, Pa. 




Philadelphia, Pa. 


LL.B. 




1641 Diamond St. 


Student 




Philadelphia, Pa. 

1805 Arch St. 


Physician 




Altoona, Pa. 


Physician 




Coatesville, Pa. 


Annotator 24th Grar 


d Chapter 




Attorney at Law 




Pittsburg, Pa. 

927 Carnegie Bldg. 


Merchant 




Scranton, Pa, 


Dentist 




Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
437 South River St 


Physician 




Yonkers, N. Y. 


With Columbus Hos 


pital 


156 Park Ave. 


Attorney at Law 




Clarion, Pa. 


LL.B. 




714 Liberty St. 


Class of 1902 






Student 




Ruxton, Md. 


Student 




Philadelphia, Pa. 
1642 S. Broad St. 


Student 




Philadelphia, Pa. 


Ranchman 




Utah 


Student 




Chadds Ford, Pa. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 



259 



William Beard Riebenack 


Draughtsman 




Philadelphia, Pa. 




Architec 


ura 


1 Draughtsman 


Dept. 34th and Powelton Ave 
P.R. R. 




Eng. Maintenance of Way 


R. Roscoe Sanborn 


Student 






Los Angeles, Cal. 
120s W. 23d St. 


Edward B. Shellenberger 


Student 






Germantown, Pa. 

^503 Germantown Ave 


J. J. Singer 


Student 






Pottstown, Pa. 


Bruce N. Trimmer 


Student 






York Springs, Pa. 


B.S., Bucknell, i8q8 










Benjamin Gardner Wilson 


Medical Student 


Clarion, Pa. 


B.S., Princeton, 1S98 








714 Liberty St. 




Class 


of 


1903 




Warren C. Graham 


Student 






Philadelphia, Pa. 

324 S. i=;th St. 


William Horace Hepburn, Jr. 


Student 






Philadelphia, Pa. 

1728 Pine St. 


Roger Knox 


Student 






Connellsville, Pa. 


A.B., Princeton Univ., 1900 










George Griffith Reichner 


Chemist 






Philadelphia, Pa. 


A.B., Princeton Univ., 189S 








3455 Walnut St. 




Class 


of 


1904 




Samuel Calvin 


Artist 






Holidaysburg. Pa. 


David Dale 


Student 






Lemont, Pa. 


B.S. 










John Smith Goodman 


Student 






Philadelphia, Pa. 

S20 St. Bernard St. 


Purnel Bush Pratt 


Student 






Compton, Cal. 



UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA 

TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA 

Founded in 1820 Chartered in 1820 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGIATE MINING ENGINEERING 

CIVIL ENGINEERING LAW 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $300,000.00 

Amount of endowment ------ 300,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-igoo • - - - 47,000.00 

Number of volumes in library - - . . . 26,000 

Number of professors and instructors in all departments - 44 

Number uf students in attendance . - - - ^oo 

IOTA IOTA CHAPTER 

Founded October 29, 1876. Became inactive in 1877 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1847; Alpha Delta Phi (inactive), 1851-58; Phi Gamma 
Delta (inactive), 1855-78; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1856; Kappa Sigma (inactive), 1867- 
69; Sigma Nu, 1874; Phi Delta Theta, 1877; Alpha Tau Omega, 1885; Kappa Alpha, 
i88q. 



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IOTA IOTA CHAPTER 



UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA 



Robert Jackson Staggers 



Class of 1876 

Merchant 



Benton, Ala. 



Chapman Bradford 
A.B. 



Kibble Johnson Harrison 
John Leonard Hendrick 

A.B. LL.B., Univ. of Miss., 18 



Class of 1877 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1878 

Real Estate and Insurance 
Attorney at Law 



Madill, I. T. 



Huntsville, Ala. 
Fort Smith, Ark. 



Robert Joseph Lowe 
LL.B., iS8i 

Benjamin Arthur Stockard 
A.B.. Univ. of Miss., 1881 
LL.B., Cumberland Univ., 18 



Thomas Octavius Smith 
C.E., Va. Military Inst., 1882 



Marion Montgomery Stone 



Class of 1881 
Attorney at Law 
Broker and Manufacturer 

Class of 1882 

Banker 

Cashier Birmingham Trust and 

Savings Co. 
Secretary of Alabama Bankers' 

Association 
Col. 3rd Inf., Ala. Nat. Guards 
Druggist 



Birmingham, Ala. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

452 Oak St. 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Dallas, Tex. 



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THE CENTRE COLLEGE OF 
KENTUCKY 

The College Department of Central University of Kentucky 

DANVILLE, KENTUCKY 

Founded in 1819 First Class Graduated in 1824 

A Denominational Institution (Presbyterian) 

The Centre College of Kentucky was consolidated in 1901 with the Central 
University of Kentucky, heretofore located at Richmond, Ky., the consolidated 
institution taking the name of Central University of Kentucky, with collegiate, law 
and preparatory departments at Danville, Ky., under the name of Centre College of 
Kentucky, and departments of medicine and dentistry at Louisville, Ky. 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGIATE LAW PREPARATORY 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds - - - - $ 90,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus - . . . 10,000.00 

Value of productive funds - ,- - - - 350,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 . - . - 24,000.00 

Tuition in collegiate department . - - - 50.00 

Number of volumes in library . . - . . 16,000 

Number of professors and instructors ... 22 

Number of students in attendance .... 244 

Women are not admitted. 

ZETA ZETA CHAPTER 

Founded December 12, 1876 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, 1847; Phi Delta Theta, 1850; Phi Gamma Delta (inactive), 1856-56; 
Phi Kappa Sigma (inactive), 1860-62; Kappa Alpha (Southern), 1883; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

263 



ZETA ZETA CHAPTER 



CENTRE COLLEGE 



Thomas Lewis Edelen 
A.B., A.M. 



*Samuel Lewis Curry 

A.B. 
Montgomery May 

A.B., A.M. B.D., Lane Theo. 
Sem., 1881 
Glen Howard Putnam 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D. B.D., Union 
Theo. Sem., 1881 

Charles Talbott Thomson 
A.B., A.M., 1888. B.D., Union 

Theo. Sem., 1883 
D.D. Central Univ., 1901 

Benjamin Logan Wheat 
A.B. 



Class of 1877 

Attorney at Law 

Class of 1878 

Merchant 

Died July, 18S6 
Clergyman 



Frankfort, Ky. 
105 Ewing St. 



Louisville, Ky. 
tAlexandria, Va. 



Clergyman Princeton, 111. 

Princeton Theological Seminary 

Clergyman Lexington, Ky. 

Treas. of West Lexington Presby- Rural Route 6 
tery 

Trustee of Sayre Female Inst. 

Curator of Central Univ. 

Associate Ed. of Southern Evangelist 
Orange Grower Azusa, Cal. 



*James Monroe Bryant 

Samuel Lee McKee 

A.B. D.D., Danville Theol. Sem 



James Madison Bell Bird- 
whistell 
A.B., A.M. 
♦Charles Ewing Bowman 

Nathaniel Lafon Curry 

A.B., A.M. 
Charles McAfee Lewis 

A.B. 
John Patton McCartney 

A.B. 
James William Skinner 

A.B.. A.M. D.D., 1899 
James Nimrod Steele 



Class of 1879 

Died in 1877 
Clergyman 

Class of 1880 



Journalist 

Merchant 

Died in 1896 
Merchant 

President of Curry Grocery Co. 
Journalist 

Editor Shelby Sentinel 
Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 

Farmer 



Sherman, Tex. 
LaCrosse, Wis. 



Lawrenceburg, Ky. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

1615 Lucas Place 
Harrodsburg, Ky. 

Shelbyville, Ky. 

Flemingsburg, Ky. 

Morrison, 111. 

Hutchinson, Ky. 



William Wilson Irwin 
A.B.. A.M. 



John Yinger Leming 
Edgar Christian Newlin 
A.B., A.M. 

William Bayard Thomas 
A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1881 

Druggist 

Proprietor of South Side Phar- 
macy 

Delegate to i6th Grand Chapter 

Sheriff of Ohio County 
Clergyman 
Official 

With K. C. R. R. 

Delegate to 14th Convention 
Accountant 

Treasurer of Danville Gas Co. 

264 



Wheeling, W. Va. 
24th and Chapline Sts. 



fDayton, Ky. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Chamber of Commerce 

Danville, Ky. 



THE CENTRE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY 
Class of 1882 



265 



*George Johnson Allen 

A.B. 
*Lynn Boyd Bohon 

Andrew Forsythe Evans 

A.B. A.M., 1885 
William Leonard McEwan 

A.B., A.M. 
Thomas Wood Parry 

A.B. 



Ranchman 

Date of death not reported 
Student 

Died in 1881 
Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 

Clerk 



Las Vegas, N. Mex. 

Harrodsburg, Ky. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

515 NewYork LifeBldg. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

836 Soutli Negby Ave. 

Kansas, City, Mo. 
722 Troost Ave. 



Speed Smith Fry, Jr. 

A.B. 
Elijah Huffman Gregory 
Peter Gordon Smoot 

A.B., A.M. 
John Theodore Tunis 

A.B. 
Charles Albert Weber 
Frank Long Winn 

Union Worthington 

A.B., A.M. M.D., Tulane Univ. 



Class of 1883 

Accountant 

Cashier Grand Avenue Cable Co. 



Attorney at Law 
Physician 

Merchant 



Brewer 

Soldier 

Lieutenant in 12th Cavalry, U.S. A 



fKansas City, Mo. 

tMobile, Ala. 
Maysville, Ky. 

Lexington, Ky. 
44 W. Main St. 
Louisville, Ky. 



Physician 



Salt Lake City, Utah 



Class of iJ 



Marcus Marshall Allen 
A.B. A.M., 1888 

John Lvine Cleland 

A.B., Central Univ., 1S86 
George Zophar Dimmitt 

A.B. LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 18 
Cleon Clinton Owens 

A.B. M.D.. Jefferson Med. 
Col., 1SS7 
Augustus Rogers 

A.B. 



Clergyman 

Clerk and Treasurer Lake 
Superior Presbytery 
Clergyman 

Attorney at Law 



Ishpeming, Mich. 

106 Euclid St. 

Areola, III. 

Denver Col. 

955 Pearl St. 
Frankfort, Ky. 



Physician 

Superintendent of Feeble Minded 
Institute of Kentucky 
Teacher Danville, Ky. 

Superintendent of Kentucky Insti- 
tute for Deaf Mutes 



William Micajah Fible 

Nicholas McDowell, Jr. 

A.B. 
William Elgin Smoot 



Class of 1885 

Broker 

Houston, Fible & Co. 
Capitalist 

Salesman 



Kansas City, Mo. 

Danville, Ky. 

Maysville, Ky. 
310 Market St. 



Class of 1886 



*Thomas Reed Browne 

A.B. 
Charles Grider Caldwell 

Hugh Craft 

*John W. Murry 
M.D. 



Farmer 

Date of death ot reported 
Salesman 

Insurance 

With Equitable Life Ins. Co. 
Physician 

Died September 28, 18S8 



Beechland, Ky. 

Peoria, III. 

809 Sanford St. 
McComb City, Miss. 

Frankfort, Ky. 



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ZETA ZETA CHAPTER 



*John Miller Craig 

Edward Melvin Green, Jr. 

A.B., A M.,t89o. M.D.,Univ.ofPa 

1890 



Walter Graham Hall 

Mathias Joseph Holt 
John Williams Phelps 
Frank Dillon Van Winkle 

A.B. 
James Thomas Vaughan 

B.S. 
Clarence Edward Vaughan 



James Marshall Givens 
B.S. 



Class of 1887 

Physician Stanford, Ky. 

Died March, 1892 
Physician Danville, Ky. 

, Physician in Charge of Oklahoma 
Hospital for Insane 
Assistant Physician Eastern Ken- 
tucky Insane Asylum 
Assistant Physician Central Ken- 
tucky Insane Asylum 
Cotton Buyer 

Farmer 
Farmer 
Merchant 

Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 
Hotel 

Merchant 



Little Rock, Ark. 

1018 Scott St. 
tFrankfort, Ky. 
Harrodsburg, Ky. 
Cincinnati, O. 

314 W. Fourth St. 
Campbellsville, Ky. 

Greensburg, Ky. 



Class of 1889 
Attorney at Law 



Andrew Phelps McCormick Farmer 



Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 
Dist. Dep. Grand Exalted Ruler 
B. P.O. Elks for Ind.Ter. 



Muskogee, Ind. Ten 



Graham, Tex. 



Class of 1890 



Hugh McElroy Grundy 
*Haydon Young Grubbs 

Charles Hume Sanford 

John Sallee Van Winkle 
B.S. 



Richard Apperson 

LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1894 
Joseph Paxton Burton 

William Newton Craig 

A.B. M.D., Louisville Hospital 
College of Medicine 
Allan Logan 

Samuel Boyd Rogers 
Edwin Lafayette Van Winkle 



*Frank K. Andrews 

Calvin Morgan Fackler 
A.B. LL.B., Louisville Law 
School, 1894 

Henry Livingston Godsev 
A.B. 

Hervey Smith Keller 
*Harry Allen Patrick 

William Jennmgs Price 

A.B.,A.M. LL. B., Centre Col., iS 



Merchant 
Soldier 

Died Oct. i, 1899 
Attorney at Law 

County Attorney 
Promoter 

Manager of Van Winkle 
Telephone Company 

Grand Praetor of Third Province, 
1890-92 

Class of 1891 
Attorney at Law 

Train Despatcher 

Chief Despatcher for Louisville & 
Nashville Railroad 



Springfield, Ky. 
Danville, Ky. 

Newcastle, Ky. 

Danville, Ky. 



Physician 

Merchant 

Pres. Logan Grain Co. 
Attorney at Law 
Traveling Salesman 

Class of 1892 

Banker 

Died in 1901 
Attorney at Law 



Mt. Sterling, Ky. 
Montgomery, Ala. 

Stanford, Ky. 

Kansas City, Mo, 

233 Board of Trade 
Denver, Col. 
Covington, Ky. 



Memphis, Tenn. 
Danville, Ky, 



Government Official 

Superintendent of Stamp Vault, 
Internal Revenue Bureau 
Physician 
Farmer 

Died March, 1894 
Attorney at Law 
)5 Delegate to and Grand Tribune of 
22d Grand Chapter 
Grand Praetor of Third Province, 1901 



Washington, D. C. 

717 loth St., N. W. 

Frankfort, Ky. 
Flemingsburg, Ky. 

Danville, Ky. 



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267 



James Granville Cecil 
Charles Thomas Corn 
Thomas N. Cornelison 

A.B. B.D., Danville Theol. Sem 
Martin D. Hardin 

A.B. B.D., Danville Theol. Sem., 
David Claude King 

A.B. 
Edward Dana Mitchell 

A.B. M,D., Univ. of Pa., 1S97 

*Courtney Parmele 

William Hocker Shanks 
James Hugh Swango 

A.B. B.L. 
David Yandell Walsh 

M.D.. Univ. of Louisville, 1896 



Class of 1893 

Farmer 

Attorney at Law 
Clergyman 

Clergyman 

1S96 
Farmer 

Physician 

Visiting Physician to 
Memphis City Hospital 
Banker 

Died August 16, 1896 
Farmer 
Attorney at Law 

Physician 



Danville, Ky. 
Harrodsburg, Ky. 
Wichita, Kas. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

1217 4th St. 
Stanford, Ky. 

Memphis, Tenn. 
429 Court St. 

Louisville, Ky. 

1401 3rd St. 
Stanford, Ky. 
Terre Haute, Ind. 

Erwin Blk. 
Louisville, Ky. 

1555 3d Ave. 



Leslie Campbell Atherton 
Albert Andrews Brennan 

*John Thomas More Creel 

William Franklin De Long 

Robert Harold Mitchell 

M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1896 

*Charles Sadler Patrick 

Casey McKee Owsley 

B.S. LL.B., Univ. of Va., i8q 

Ernest W. Sprague 

LL.B., Univ. of Louisville 

*Charles Stephen Swango 

William Jackson Van Sant 
Julian Proctor Van Winkle 

Thomas Q. Watson 



Class of 1894 



Reporter 

Died March 17, 189 
Farmer 
Physician 

Farmer 

Died August, 1897 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 



Miner 

Died January, 1901 
Farmer 

Traveling Salesman 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 
Merchant 



Willard, 111. 
Louisville, Ky. 

727 5th .•\ve. 
Louisville, Ky. 

Danville, Ky. 
Memphis, Tenn. 

429 Court St. 
Flemingsburg, Ky. 

Deming, N. Mex. 

Louisville, Ky. 

307 Mutual Life of Kv. 
■ Bldg. 
Butte, Mont. 

Flemingsburg, Ky. 
Danville, Ky. 

•^Chicago, 111. 



Richard B. Bell 

A.B. LL.B., 1895 
Morrison Breckenridge 

LL.B., 1900 
James Hervey Dorman, Jr. 

LL.B. 

James Wier Griffith 
Ulie J. Howard 

B.L. 
Patrick Joyes 
John Andrew Prall 
Henry Skiles McElroy 

B.S. LL.B., 1897 
Arthur Cecil Van Winkle 

LL.B., 1897 



Class of 1895 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Chief'Clerk of Judge Advocate of 
Cuba 
Banker 
Attorney at Law 

Farmer 
Banker 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 



Louisville, Ky. 

Danville, Ky. 

Havana, Cuba 
" Palace" 

Owensboro, Ky. 
Covington, Ky. 

4th and Scott 
Shelbyville, Ky. 
Danville, Ky. 
Lebanon, Ky. 

Danville, Ky. 



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ZETA ZETA CHAPTER 



Class of 1896 



Albert Seaton Berry, Jr., 

Smith Alford Blackburn 

M.D., Columbian Med. Col., 1899 

Spurgeon Cheek 

M.D., Hospital Col. of Medicine, 

George Comer Ewing 



Frank C. Green 
LL.B. 

Lewis Craig Humphry 

Thaddeus Bell McCormick 

Ernest Thruston Smith 

B.S. LL.B., iSq8_ 
Samuel Culvin Willis 

B.S. 



Secretary of Hawaiian Commission 



Newport, Ky. 



Louisville, Ky. 



Physician 

Physician Canadian, Tex. 

1898 

Attorney at Law Owingsville, Ky. 

Master Commissioner of Bath 
County Circuit Court 
Attorney at Law and Editor Owenton, Ky. 
Deputy Master Commissioner of 
Owens County Circuit Court 



Reporter 
Attorney at Law 
Traveling Salesman 

Accountant 

With Swift & Co. 



Louisville, Ky. 

1403 4th Ave. 
Dallas, Tex. 

15s loth St. 
Danville, Ky. 

"fPhiladelphia, Pa. 
629 Girard Ave. 



Henry L. Hornberger 

Emmet Field McElroy 
B.S. 



Carl Jacob McKnight 

B.S. 
Carl Mize 

B.S. 
Hubert Gibson Shearin 

B.S. 
William Boone Stanfield 

A.B. LL.B., Vanderbilt 
Univ., 1899 
Robert Bruce Waddell 

B.L., Univ. of Louisville, 18 



William Davis Hopper 

William Walter Knott 
John Vimont Lyle 

William Rowland Magoffin 



Class of 1897 

Reporter Philadelphia, Pa. 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 1423 Walnut St. 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Lessee and Mgr. Jackson Lithia 5th St. and Highland 

Spring Water Co. Ave. 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Traveling Salesman Chicago, 111. 

60 Wabash Ave. 
Merchant Hazel Green, Ky. 

Teacher 



Attorney at Law 

Clerk of Graves County 
Circuit Court 
Attorney at Law 



Class of 1898 
Salesman 

Insurance 
Attorney at Law 

Foreman 

With Frankfort Chair Co. 



|New Haven, Conn. 

Mayheld, Ky. 

480 South St. 

Somerset, Ky. 



Charleston, W. Va. 

183 Dickinson St. 
Lebanon, Ky. 
New York City 

54 Wall St. 
Frankfort, Ky. 



Ephraim D. Pennington 
Ernest Alfred Van Winkle 



Class of 1899 

Attorney at Law 
Merchant 



Stanford, Ky. 
Danville, Ky. 



Robert Lawrence Berry 

Samuel Carr Childs 
Edwin Porter Curry 

B.S. 
Leslie Holman Gault 

B.S. 
Clay Goodloe 

A.B., LL.B. 
Sidney Green 
James Waller Rodes 



Class of 1900 

Naval Officer 

Ensign in U. S. Navy 
Clerk 
Druggist 

Farmer 

Attorney at Law 

Dentist 
Farmer 



Newport, Ky. 

tSyracuse, N. Y. 
Danville, Ky. 

Washington, Ky. 

Danville, Ky. 

Texas, Ky. 
Burgin, Ky. 



THE CENTRE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY 
Class of 1901 



William Gibson Berry 
James Martin Sallee 
George Barnes Saufley 
Richard Ellis Valentine 



Physician 
Farmer 

Attorney at Law 
Physician 



Yazoo, Miss. 
Danville, Ky. 
Stanford, Ky. 
Newcastle, Ky. 



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Steele Bailey, Jr. 

Ike Lanier Sallee 

Hartwel! Henderson Linney 

Harry McGinnis 

Gavin C. Morris 

Paul Dudley Trigg 

William Fant Warford 



Class of 1902 

Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Distiller 
Banker 
Student 



Stanford, Ky. 

Danville, Ky. 
Danville, Ky. 
Owensboro, Ky. 
Frankfort, Ky. 
Glasgow, Ky. 
Flemingsburg, Ky. 



Samford Erwin 

Patrick Hamilton Thomson 

James Lafayette Walker 



Class of 1903 



Student 
Student 
Student 



Danville, Ky. 
Owensboro, Ky. 
Franklin, Ky. 



John Robert Anderson 
Paul Doneghy 
Hubert Samuel Howard 
John Starks Rodes 



Class of 1904 



Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



Danville, Ky. 
Danville, Ky. 
Ghent, Ky. 
Burgin, Ky. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 

Founded in 1837 First Class Graduated in 1845 

A State Institution 

, DEPARTMENTS 

LITERATURE ENGINEERING 

SCIENCE AND ARTS DENTAL 

MEDICAL PHARMACY 

LAW HOMEOPATHIC 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds - - - . $1,240,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus - - . . 800,000.00 

Amount of endowment . _ . . . 700,000.00 

Value of productive funds ------ 45,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 555,623.90 

Tuition in literature, science, and arts department - - 30.00 

Number of volumes in library ----- 156,000 

Number of professors and instructors - - - - 207 

Number of students in attendance - - - . 3,700 

Women are admitted and constitute about 21 per cent, of the attendance. 

THETA THETA CHAPTER 

Founded December 12, 1877 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, 1845; Chi Psi, 1845; Alpha Delta Phi, 1846; Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
1855; Delta Phi (inactive), 1855-77; Zeta Psi, 1858; Phi Delta Theta, 1864; Psi Upsilon, 
1865; Delta Tau Delta, 1875; Phi Kappa Psi, 1876; Delta Upsilon, 1876; Sigma Phi, 
1858; Chi Phi (inactive), 1882-85; Phi Gamma Delta (inactive), 1885-95; Alpha Tau 
Omega (inactive), 1888-96; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1889; Theta Delta Chi, 1889; Kappa 
Sigma (inactive), 1892-99; Kappa Alpha Theta, 1879; Gamma Phi Beta, 1882; Delta 
Gamma, 1885; Pi Beta Phi, 1888; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1890; Alpha Phi, 1892; Delta 
Delta Delta (inactive), 1894-1900; Phi Delta Phi, 1869; Nu Sigma Nu, 1882; Delta 
Sigma Delta, 1882; Phi Chi, 1883; Mu Sigma Alpha, 1888; Xi Psi Phi, 1889; Alpha 
Epsilon Iota, 1890; Delta Chi, 1893; Omega Psi, 1896. 

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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 



Thomas Dwight Cone 

*Alpheus Felch 
A.B., 1877 
LL.B.,Bowcloin Col. 

*Teremiah Wright Gladish 

LL.B. 
*Thomas Cornelius Logan 

Eugene E. Trussing 
LL.B. 



Class of 1878 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
Died June 13, i8g6 

Editor 

Died August 30, 18 
Attorney at Law 

Died January 9, 18 
Attorney at Law 



Toledo, Ohio 

2246 Collingwood Ave. 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Petersburg, Ind. 

Kansas, City Mo. 

Chicago, 111. 

1113 Rookery Bldg. 



Henry Edgar Baker 

LL.B. 
William Logan Brackenridge 

LL.B. 
Orville Sanford Brumback 

A.B. A.M., Col. of New Jersey 

LL.B. 



William Jerome Davis 

LL.B., Univ. of New York City, 
A.B., 1876; A.M., Yale, 1882 

Thomas Albert Dickson 
LL.B. 

*Jude Emmett Dunlap 
LL.B. 

*John Vigers Eustace 
LL.B. 

Henry Clay Hanna 
LL.B. 

Frank Stewart Hastings 

George Haywood, Jr. 

LL.B. 
Dana Spalding Lander 

LL.B. 

Elbridge Emerson Lewis 

LL.B. 
William Bernard McGrorty 

LL.B. 
George Merritt Orr 
Winslow Shelby Pierce 

LL.B. 



tSalt Lake City, Utah 
Rochester, Minn. 



Class of 1879 
Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law Toledo, O. 

President Toledo Public Library 1603 Madison St. 

Director Van Wert National Bank 

Grand Consul 1886-1888 

Delegate to 12th. 15th, i6th, i7tfi 

and 23d Grand Chapters 
Orator of i6th Grand Chapter 
Director Union Savnigs Bank 
Director Wan Wert Nat. Bank 
Director Central Mfrs. Ins. Co. 
Director Mutual Aid B. & L. Co. 
Attorney at Law Harrison, N. J. 

1878 



Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
Died July 6, 1897 

Died Sept. 13, 1893 
Attorney at Law 



Banker 

Attorney at Law 

With United States & Mexican 
Trust Co. 
Miller 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Counsel for Union Pacific R.R. 

272 



Leadville, Col. 

4 Old Postoffice Bldg. 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Chicago, ill. 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Kansas City, Mo. 
1527 Central Ave. 

■j-Merrill, Wis. 

Chicago, 111. 

623 New York Life 
"Bldg. 
Beaver Dam, Wis. 

St. Paul, Minn. 

313 Somerset St. 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
New York City 

W. 58th St. 



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273 



Samuel Martin Brenneman 

LL.B. 
Walter Gold Cleveland 

Kirke Hart Field 

LL.B. 
*Frederick John Haines 

Clarence Alvard Kenyon 

LL.B. 
James Parmelee Logan 

LL.B. 
Isaac Thomas McCarty 

LL.B. 
D. Stuart McClure 

LL.B. 
Matthew M. MacMillan 
George UeRue Meiklejohn 

LL.B. 
*Bion UeVaughn Meredith 

Mortimer Craig Miller 

LL.B. 
George Fremont Peabody 

LL.B. 
Henrv Adelmon Smith 

LL.B. 
Lynn Tew Sprague 

LL.B. 



Class of 1880 

Banker 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Died .Mays, 1884 

Attorney at Law 

Journalist 

Editor Newark Evening News 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Assistant Secretary of War 
Merchant 

Died April 30, i8g3 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 



Orville, O. 

tCleveland, O. 

Public Square 
Redlands, Cal. 

434 Highland Ave. 
Cleveland, O. 

tKansas City, Mo. 

414 Highland Ave. 
Newark, N. J. 

217 Market St. 
Greencastle, Ind. 

Marietta, Mich, 

Mahanoy City, Pa. 
Washington, D. C. 

Van Wert, Ohio. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

no Diamond St. 
Gardner, Mass. 

Oregon, 111. 

Jamestown, N. Y. 



James Hardin Atterbury 
LL.B. A.B., 1H79; A.M., 
McKendree Col., 1882 

Benjamin Francis Berry 



Class of 1881 
Attorney at Law 



Frederick Hathaway Bor- 

radaile 

LL.B. 
Augustus Franklin Allen Brown 

LL.B. 
William Frederick Elliott 

LL.B. Ph.D., Butler Univ. 
*George Philip Graver 

LL.B. 
Florence Clifton Miller 

LL.B. 
*James S. Negley, Jr. 

William Cadid Smith 
Willet Barker Sticknev 
LL.B. 



Merchant 

Analyst and Mineralogist 



Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Died in 1S93 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Died in 1889 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Manager Drumm Flats 
Commission Company 
Director St. Louis Live 
Stock Exchange 



Litchfield, 111. 

Detroit, Mich. 
533 Cass Ave. 

Detroit, Mich. 

171 W. Fort St. 
tBeaver Falls, Pa. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Fletcher's Bank Bldg. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

93 Diamond St. 
Caldwell, Idaho. 

Delphi, Ind. 
East St. Louis, 111. 

617 N. Ninth St. 



*Eugene Lusk Clark 

James Hawkins Clark 
Walter Clark 
Horace Lincoln Combs 
Cyrus Edgar Davis 

A.B., Ind. Univ., 18S0; LL.B. 



Class of 1882 

Merchant 

Died Jan. 5, 1885 

Manufacturer 
Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Member of Legislature 



Clarksdale, Miss. 

fClarksdale, Miss. 
Clarksdale, Miss. 
South Whitley, Ind. 
Broomfield, Ind. 



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Charles Hartzall 

Walter Henry Hughes 

LL.B. 
Taylor D. Kelley 



Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Merchant 

3rd Vice President Norvell- 
Shapleigh Hardware Co. 



Denver, Col. 

E. & C. Bldg. 
tGrand Rapids, Mich. 

Clarendon Hotel 
St. Louis, Mo. 



William Belmont Anderson 
LL.B. 

Betrand Dwight Conklin 

LL.B. 
Nathaniel Parrish Conrev 

LL.B. A.B., 1881; A.M., De Pauw 
Univ., 1884 
*Abner Johnson Easton 

Edwin Richard Elliot 
Charles Dayton Etnyre 
*Frank Morton Gilmore 

A.B.. Dartmouth Col.; LL.B. 

Henry Halleck Hosmer 

LL.B. 
Frank Wilson Hull 

LL.B. 
Robert Matheny 
Horatio Havelock Nelson 



Class of 1883 

Attorney at Law 

State's Attorney for 
Winona County, Minn. 



Theodore Royer, Jr. 

Ph.C, 1882; A.B., 1883 
William Hines Savidge 

B.S., Univ. of Minn., 1881; LL.B 
George Elmer Shaw 

LL.B. 
Russell Easton Shepherd 

LL.B. 



Frank G. Warden 

B.S., Denison Univ., 1881; LL.B. 
Newton Wyeth 

A.B., Oberlin, 1879 



Thomson Arnold 

Ph.B., De Pauw Univ., 1882 
Rowland William Bailey 

D.D.S. 
Lemuel G. Dafoe 



Reuben Willets Edwards 

LL.B. 
Albert Lee Eliel 
John Pratt Elkins 

M.E., Pa. State Normal School 

LL.B. 
Charles Orville Munns 

M.D. 
Joseph Kirk Persons 

LL.B. 
Edson Madison Rowley 

LL.B. 



Attorney at Law 

Judge Superior Court 

Real Estate 

Died January 7, 1895 
Merchant 
Abstracter 

Died in 1892 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
Accountant 

With Dueber Watch Case Manu- 
facturing Co. 
Manufacturer 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

State's Attorney Mower County 
Member Board of Education 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 



Class of 1884 

Banker 
Dentist 

Attorney at Law 

Postmaster of Alpena 

Vice-Pres. from Mich, of Nat. 
League of Republican Clubs 
Miner 



Attorney at Law 

580 

Physician 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Chief Clerk in Office of Chief Cora 
missary, Dept. of the Columbia 



Winona, Minn. 
582 W. 6th St. 

tChester, N. Y. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
California Bank Bldg. 

LaCrosse, Wis. 

Litchfield, 111. 
Oregon, 111. 
Elk Point, N. D. 

Nashville, 111. 

Kearney, Neb. 

Springfield, 111. 
Canton, O. 

Piqua, O. 
■fPocatello, Idaho 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Carnegie Bldg. 
Austin, Minn. 

Newark, O. 

Chicago, 111. 

Chamber of Commerce 
Bldg. 



North Manchester, 

Ind. 
Omaha, Neb. 

Alpena, Mich. 



fColorado Springs, 

Col. 
LaSalle, 111. 
Indiana, Pa. 



Oxford, O. 

131 E. High St. 
Lewiston, Idaho 

Vancouver, Wash. 
Barracks 



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275 



Cassius Augustus Shafer 

J. Frederick Watts 

B.S., Univ. of the Pacific 
M.D., Col. of Medicine and Sur- 
gery of New York City 

John Hampden Yoell 

LL.B. A. B., Santa Clara Col., iS 



Attorney at Law 
Physician 



Attorney at Law 



tToledo, O. 
fPortland, Ore. 



San Jose, Cal. 



Charles Judkins Bocher 
John Wesley Bennett 

A.B., 18S2; LL.B., 1885 
Elizur Wheeler Goodrich 
♦Richard Albert Haste 

B.S. 
George Damon Tunnicliff 

LL.B. 
Thomas Van Buskirk 

LL.B. 



Class of 1885 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Date of death unknown 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 



Shawnee, Okla. 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Braidwood, 111. 
Wichita, Kan. 

Macomb, 111. 

Bloomfield, Ind. 



Class of 1886 



George Zophar Dimmitt 
A. B., Centre Col., 1884: M. A. 
Centre Col., 1890; LL.B. 

Elmer Ellsworth Halsey 

Francis Grant Higgins 
LL.B. 

"Willett Enos McMillan 

William Luther Mason 

LL.B. 
Fredrick Bemister Shepherd 

LL.B. 
John Emmet Sullivan 

A.B., Detroit Col., 1SS4; LL.B. 
Thomas Burchard White 

LL.B. 



Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Mining Operator 

Delegate to 20th Grand Chapter 
Miner 

Manufacturer 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Judge of Probate, Delta County 



Denver, Colo. 
955 Pearl St. 

Lewiston, Idaho. 
Missoula, Mont. 

Paris, 111., and Colo- 
rado Springs, Colo. 
tHoulalingua, Yukon 

Ten, Canada 
Oswego, N. Y. 

95 W. Bridge St. 
Detroit, Mich. 

615 Union Trust Bldg. 
Escanaba, Mich. 



Class of 1887 



Physician 

Delegate to 18th Grand Chapter 
Physician 



Attorney at Law 

Delegate to i6th Grand Chapter 



Walter Stilson Blaisdell 

M.D. 
Elmer Ellsworth Carv 

M.D., Bellevue Hospital Med. 
Col.. 18S7 
John Brackett Childe 

Ph.B.. Denison Univ., 1885 
A.M., Denison Univ., 1888 
LL.B., Law School of the Cincinnati Col., 1887 
Harry Hamilton Douglas Attorney at Law 

Ph.M., Wooster Univ., 1S83: LL.B. Member Board of Education 

Fulton County (Ga.) Administrator 
Banker Clinton, la. 

Grand Praetor Sixth Province, 1S90-1892 
Attorney at Law Fort Wayne, Ind. 

216 W. Washington St. 
Merchant Boyd, Wis. 

Chatfield, Minn. 



Punxsutawney, Pa. 

New York, N. Y. 



Cincinnati, O. 
68 Carew Bldg. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

501 Gould Bldg. 



Joseph Henry Ingwersen 

LL.B. 
Charles Willebald Kuhne 

LL.B. 
E. Erastus Ramsdell 
Francis Giles Shumway 

LL.B. 
Lyman Beecher Sullivan 

LL.B. 
Orla Benedict Taylor 

A.B., 1886; LL.B., 1887 



Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 



Peru, Ind. 

I and 2 Shirks Blk. 
Detroit, Mich. 

14 Butler Bldg. 



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Charles Ailing, Jr. 
LL.B. 

A.B., Hanover Col., iS 
A.M., 1889 



Clarendon Bennett Ever 

LL.B. 
Frank Malvern Mather 

LL.B. 

George Henry Murdoch, Jr. 
Fred Townsend 

LL.B. 
John Ellsworth Young 



Class of 1888 

Attorney at Law Chicago, 111. 

Alderman Second Ward. Chicago 706 Tacoma Bid 

Delegate to i6th. 17th, 21st, 22nd, 
23rd, and 24th Grand Chapters 

Grand Tribune, 1888-1900 

Editor-in-Chief of Sigma Chi Quarterly, 1888-1895 

Editor of Catalogue of 1890 
Attorney at Law 

Alderman Second Ward 
Attorney at Law 

Clerk of Probate Court 

Member of City Council 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 



Evanston, 111. 

Hartford, Conn. 
114 Pearl St. 

Berrien Springs, Mich. 
Albia, la. 



Inspector 



■fPequaming, Mich. 



Abraham Benedict 

LL.B. 
*James Nicholas Edmonson 

LL.B. 
*Louis William HoUaday 

Samuel Robb Ireland 

LL.B. 
James Archibald Muir 

LL.B. 
Frederick Leroy Prentiss 

A.B. 

Crawford Scott Reilley 

LL.B. 
Morton Edwin Stevens 
Charles William Vermilion 

LL.B. 



Benjamin Tones Boutwell 

LL.B. 
Leonard Grinstead Cox 

A.B. 
Dudley Hersey Doe 
Tolman T. Gelder 

Walter Cornelius Parmenter 

LL.B. 
George Brace Shattuck 

LL.B. 
James Samuel Shortle 

B.S., Purdue Univ., 1888 
John Robert Sutton 

LL.B. 
Percy Ansel Walling 

LL.B. 
John Franklin Ziegler 



Pliny William Andrews 
Allan Beach Bevans 

James L. Bevans 

M.D. 
Asa Hamilton Danforth 

LL.B. 



Class of 1889 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Died December, 1899 

Died July 15, 1899 
Government Official 

U. S. Secret Service 
Attorney at Law 

Editor 

Assistant City Editor of Cleveland 
Plaindealer 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1890 

Merchant 

Insurance 
Publisher 

Printer 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 

Insurance 

Attorney at Law 

Undertaker 

Class of 1891 



Rochester, N. Y. 

85 Oxford St. 

Denver, Col. 
Evanston, 111. 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Bo.x 262 
Port Huron, Mich. 

II White Bldg. 
Cleveland, O. 



Cheboygan, Mich. 

Seattle, Wash. 
Centerville, la. 

Oak and 14th Sts. 



Ward, Col. 

Lexington, Ky. 

60-66 East Main St. 
Stillwater, Minn. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

241 American St. 
Lima, O. 

10 Opera House 
Chicago, 111. 

79 Dearborn St. 
Chicago, 111. 

184 LaSalle St. 
Hillsdale, Mich. 

Circleville, O. 

Peoria, 111. 

318 Perry Ave. 



Manufacturer 

With Logan Mfg. Co. 
Physician 

Attorney at Law 



Titusville, Pa. 

124 E. Walnut St. 
Chicago, 111. 

501 W. Diversey Ave. 
Decatur, 111. 

Peoria, 111. 



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277 



Walter Reuben Dedrick 

LL.B. 
R. B. Francis 
Fred H. Johnson 

Ph.B. 
*Sam Elliott Low 

LL.B. 
Charles Webster Munger 

LL.B. 
George Lowe Nye 

LL.B. 
Eugene Edward Sullivan 
Eli Ransom Sutton 

LL.B., LL.M.. B.S. 
Adolph Cornelius Rietbrock 

B.L., Univ. of Wis., 1SS9; LL.B. 
Henrv Darland Wood 



Attorney at Law 



Attorney at Law 

Died March 26, iSgg 
Attorney at Law 

Warren County Recorder 
Attorney at Law 

City Attorney 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Resent of Univ. of Miciiigan 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to i8th Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 



Denver, Col. 

Equital3le Bldg. 
Peoria, 111. 
tHillsdale, Mich. 

Lincoln, Neb. 

Lebanon, O. 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Atlas Bldgf. 

Lancaster, N. H. 
Detroit, Mich. 

1002 Majestic Bldg. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

107 Wisconsin St. 
Cleveland, O. 



James Francis Burke 

LL.B. 
Frank Combes 

LL.B. 
*George Oren Crane 

B.L. 
Franklin Henry Gale 

LL.B., Ohio State Univ., 1893 

Francis Lester Grant 

LL.B. 
Walter Miles Harvey 

LL.B. 
George Jost Reiner 

LL.B. 
Joseph Sears, Jr. 

LL.B. 
Perry Smith, Jr. 
*Arthur Edgar Sweet 

Boynton Holcourt Van Derveer 
Arthur Webster 
LL.B. 



Class of 1892 
Attorney at Law 



Secretary Board of Health 
Attorney at Law 

Died in iSgg 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 21st and 22d Grand 
Chapters 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Deputy Prosecuting Attorney 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Died in February, 1897 

Attorney at Law 



Ross Beale 

LL.B. 
Bernard F. Brough 

LL.B. 
Ronoldo Meredith Cooper 

B.L. 
Herbert Henry Cowen 
John Hou£,'h James 

A.B.. LL.B. 
Ernest W. Marland 

LL.B. 
George Willis Nattinger 

LL.B. 
Daniel Alvin Pelton 

B.S., Mich. Agricultural Col., 
Charles Frederick Roehrig 

LL.B. 

Gideon M. Sipe 
LL.B. 



Class of 1893 

Farmer 

Township Clerk 
Attorney at Law 

U. S. Commissioner 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to igth Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Botanist 
! W^ith Dept. of Agriculture 
Editor 

Asst. Night Editor Asso- 
ciated Press 
Attorney at Law 



Pittsburg, Pa. 

Cleveland, O. 

log Burt St. 
Flint, Mich. 

Columbus, O. 
3ogS. High St. 

Denver, Colo. 

Equitable Bldg. 
Tacoma, Wash. 

501 N. M St. 
Spokane, Wash. 

Oregon, 111. 

Zanesville, O. 
Flushing, Mich. 

Hamilton, O. 
Detroit, Mich. 

35 Whitney Opera 
House Bldg. 



Mt. Sterling, O. 

Toledo, O. 

303 Gardner Bldg. 
Kokomo, Ind. 

Virden, 111. 
Urbana, O. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

426 Diamond St. 
Lyons, la. 

Washington, D. C. 

Denver, Col. 
42 King Block 

Cardington, O. 



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THETA THETA CHAPTER 



Richard Apperson 

LL.B. 
*William Henry Burton, Jr. 

LL.B. M.L., Yale, 1895 
Frank Crozier 

LL.B. 

A.M., Hanover Col., 1894 

Luther Freeman 

LL.B. 
Lott R. Herrick 

B.L., Univ. of 111., 1892; LL.B. 
Edwin Charles Henning 

LL.B. 
William Warren HoUiday 

LL.B. 
Jerauld John Ingle 

LL.B. 
Isaac Thomas Jones 
*Herman Bertram Krogman 

B.L. 

Dwight Otis Miller 

B.L. 
James Loury Donaldson Mor- 
rison 
Charles Daniel Orear 

LL.B. 
Hugh Carnes Smith 

LL.B. 
Lewis Augustus Stoneman 

LL.B. 
Worth VVillard Wepple 

LL.B. 



Class of 1894 

Attorney at Law 

Date of death unknown 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 
Grand Editor, 1895-1897 
Grand Historian, 1897-1899 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Newspaper Correspondent 

Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Teacher 

Superintendent of Schools 
Died December 18, 1900 

Banker 



Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Prosecuting Attorney Grundy Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 



Mt. Sterling, Ky. 

Cincinnati, O. 

Avondale 
Chicago, 111. 

803 Atwood Bldg. 

Cherryvale, Kan. 
Farmer City, 111. 
Camden, Ind. 
Denver, Col. 

San Diego, Cal. 

7th and Ash Sts. 
Colorado Springs, Col. 
Negaunee, Mich. 

Greenfield, O. 

Second and South Sts. 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Lebanon, Ind. 

Trenton, Mo. 

Detroit, Mich. 

121 Hazelwood Ave. 
Michigan City, Ind. 



Richard James Barr 

LL.B. 
*Robert J. Bunyan 

M.D. 
Randolph Carter 

LL.B. 
Arthur Fremont Calerdine 
James Allen Cotner 

LL.B. 
*Robert Byron Crane 

LL.B. 
Horace Levi Dyer 

LL.B. 
Maurice Fitz-Gerald 

LL.B. 
Joseph Wesley Kimberlin 

LL.B. 

M.D., Univ. Med. Co!., Kansas 
Charles Oren Willits 

Ph.B., DePauw Univ., 1894 



Class of 1895 

Attorney at Law 
Mayor of Joliet, 111. 

Physician 

Date of death unknown 

Attorney at Law 

Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Died April 5, 1901 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

City, 1900 
Attorney at Law 



Joliet, 111. 

Young Bldg. 
Kendallville, Ind. 

Omaha, Neb. 

31 U.S. Nat. Bank Bldg. 
Minerva, O. 
Logansport, Ind. 

2000 High St. 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

813 Union Trust Bldg. 
Anderson, Ind. 

Kansas City, Mo. 
8th and Campbell Sts. 

Kokomo, Ind. 

Howard National Bank 
Bldg. 



Wilber Townsend 

D.D.S. 
*Henry James Witbeck 



Class of 1896 
Dentist 

Died June 16, 1896 



El Paso, Tex. 
Chicago, 111. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 



279 



Class of 1897 



Teacher 



Civil Engineer 
City Engineer 
Physician 



Lewis Burton Alger 

Ph.D. 
Lowis Warner Anderson 

B.S., Albion Col.; B.S. (C.E.) 
Albert M. Carr 

M.D., Col. Physicians and Surgeons 
i8g8 

Harold O. Comstock 
Carl Herbert Cooper Teacher 

A.M.. Ph.D., 1901 
James W. Long Physician 

M.D. 
Albert Henry Stoneman Clergyman 

A.B.; B.D., Andover Theological Seni. 



St. Joseph, Mich. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 

24 Eureka Ave. 

Cedar Springs, Mich. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

Bryan, O. 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 
265 Bates St. 



Robert Southgate Danforth 

A.B. 
Paul Phelps Ingham 

A.B. 
Carl Sears Kennedy 

B.S. M.D., 1900 
William Lewis Love 



Morey Aldrich Wood 
B.S. (Mech. E.) 

Arthur Roy Wren 
B.S. 



Class of 1898 

Bookkeeper 

With Curtiss Lumber Co. 
Bookkeeper 

Witli Mitchell & McClure 
Physician 

Civil Engineer 

Asst. Engineer of Michigan Cen 
tral R.R. 
Teacher 

Chemist 

Chemist American Smelting & 
Refining Co. 



Mill City, Ore. 
Duluth, Minn. 

Detroit, Mich. 

716 Cass Ave. 
Detroit, Mich. 

243 Lincoln Ave. 

Burlington, la. 

705 N. Fifth St. 
Pueblo, Col, 



Charles Fisher Delbridge 
B.L. LL.B., 1901 



Jonathan Wistar Harris 

B.S. 
Charles Augustus LaFever 

B.S. (E.E.) 



Hugh Law 

Ard Ezra Richardson 

B.S. (E.E.) B. S. (Mech. E.) 1900 

Arthur Dickey Stansell 

B.L. 
Clarence Wright Whitney 

B.S. (Mech.E.) 



Detroit, Mich. 
663 Second Ave. 



Class of 1899 

Attorney at Law 

Auditor of Mackinac Island 
Municipal Water, Light and 
Power Co. 
Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Chemist Chicago, 111. 

With Western Electric Company 53 .-^stor St. 
Engineer Battle Creek, Mich. 

Assistant Superintendent Advance 75 Garrison Ave. 

Thresher Co. 
Member Board Public Works 
Inspector Pontiac, Mich. 

With Joint Rate Inspection Bureau 
Electrical and Mechanical Detroit, Mich. 

Engineer 
With Detroit United Ry. Co. 
Student 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Editor 

Associate Editor Western 

Electrician 
Grand .Vnnotator, 1900-1901 



716 Cass Ave. 

Detroit, Mich. 

543 Trumbull Ave. 
Chicago, 111. 

510 Marquette Bldg. 



Frank Staples Bachelder 

B.S. 
George E. Granger 

Burton Otto Greening 

Ph.B. 
John Frederick McLean 

B.L. 



Class of 1900 

Teacher 

Prof, of Biology Drake Univ. 
Clerk 

W^ith Illinois Central RR. 
Teacher 

Principal of High School 
Teacher 

Kno.\ Col. 



Des Moines, la. 
Chicago, 111. 

6046 W'ashington Ave. 

Negaunee, Mich. 
Galesburg, 111. 



28o 



THETA THETA CHAPTER 



*LeRoy Webster 

Floyd Arthur Wilson 
Charles Henry Widman 



Assayer 

With Guggenheim Smelting Co. 

Died February is, 1901 
Student 

Manufacturer 

With C. D. Widman & Co. 



Parral, Mexico 



Ann Arbor, Mich. 

1335 Hill St. 
Detroit, Mich. 

79 E. Canfield Ave. 



Waldo Botsford Bach 

Ebenezer George Beuret 

A.B. 
Lewis Merritt Gram 

B.S. (C.E.) 
George Doming Hudnutt 

B.S. (Mech. E.) 
Chester Orville Jordan 



William Wick Kittleman, Jr. 

B.S. (E.E.) 
George W. Magly 

Walter Herbert Mills 

William Comer Mitchell 

A.B. 
Julius Jerry Nufer 
Howard Richardson 

A.B. 
Jesse J. Ricks 

A.B. 



Max Hayden Barber 
Benjamin Walter Chidlaw 
Charles R. L. Crenshaw 
Adam E. Ferguson 
James Edward Hanrahan 

♦Robert Keith Knight 

Charles Salmon Mathews 

Roy R. Peck 
Eldred G. Robbins 



Class of 1901 

Lumber Inspector 

Student 

Attending Rush Med. Col. 
Civil Engineer 

With American Bridge Co 
Draughtsman 

Clerk 

With Merchants' Loan & 
Trust Co. 
Engineer 



Collector 

Deputy Collector Internal Reven 
Student 

Attending Harvard Univ. 
Student 
Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Student 



Class of 1902 

Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 

Died ]uly^22, 1901 
Student 

Student 
Student 



Portland, Ore. 

533 Morrison St. 
Flint, Mich. 

606 East St. 
Toledo, O. 

Vistula Flats 
South Bend, Ind. 

813 W. Washington St. 
Chicago, 111. 

6343 Evans Ave. 

Detroit, Mich. 

616 14th Ave. 
Cincinnati, O. 

2624 Eden Ave. 
Springfield, 111. 
je 
Martinsville, Ind. 

Whitehall, Mich. 
Saginaw, Mich. 

402 N. Jeiferson Ave. 
Taylorville, 111. 



Ishpeming, Mich. 
Cleves, O. 
Lamar, Mo. 
SaultSte Marie, Mich. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

1231 Delaware Ave. 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Poiitiac, Mich. 

50 Clark St. 
South Bend, Ind. 
Ishpeming, Mich. 



Ernest Frank Briggs 
Henry T. Danforth 
Robert Bellows Gage 
Earle Ingersoll Houston 
Albert Ernest Herrnstein 
Howard Hill Kingsley 
Earle Kelly Knight 
Frederick C. Mellish 
William Alfred Peck 
Harry Rickel 
LL.B., 1899 
Roy Wesley Sanner 

James Frank Shepherd 
Fitch Roberts Williams 



Class of 1903 

Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Attorney at Law 

Student 

Student 
Student 



Delta, O. 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Troy, O. 
Marshall, Mich. 
Chillicothe, O. 
Paola, Kan. 
Albion, Mich. ' 
Saginaw, Mich. 
Allegan, Mich. 
Detroit, Mich. 

95 Adelaide Ave. 
Decatur, 111. 

569 W. Macon St. 
Cheboygan, Mich. 
Elk Rapids, Mich. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 



2S1 



Harley John Hills 

Raynor Bessac Haeussler 
Thomas S. P. McHenry 
William Warren Tyler, Jr. 

Donald Cramer Waite 

John Vincent Weadock 



Class of 1904 

Student 

Attending^ Cornell Univ. 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Attending Cornell Univ. 
Student 

Student 



Jackson, Mich. 

Manchester, Mich. 
Scooba, Miss. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

927 Elmwood Ave. 

Detroit, Mich. 

79 E. Hancock Ave. 
Saginaw, Mich. 



Paul Mosely Dimmick 
Ralph Samuel Gram 
Merle William Gee 
Herbert Charles Hubel 
Alan DeGrief Knisely 
Charles Franklin Peck 



Class of 1905 



Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



William Cunningham Thayer Student 



Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Menominee, Mich. 
Whitehall, Mich. 
St. Clair, Mich. 
Lima, O. 
Allegan, Mich. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 



SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY 

GREENSBORO. ALABAMA 

Founded in 1856 
A Denominational Institution (Methodist Episcopal, South) 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGIATE PREPARATORY 

STATISTICS 

Productive funds ------- $50,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 . - - - 15,995.00 

Tuition in collegiate department - . . - 50.00 

Number of volumes in library . - - . - 8,000 

Number of professors and instructors - - - - 12 

Number of students in attendance ----- 160 

Women are admitted. 

CHI CHI CHAPTER 

Founded in December, 1879. Became inactive in 1882 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Pi Kappa Alpha (inactive), 1871-73; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1878; Kappa Alpha, 
1882 ; Alpha Tau Omega, 1885 ; Phi Delta Theta (inactive), 1887-96. 



283 



CHI CHI CHAPTER 



SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY 



Linton Daniel Landrum 

Ph.B. 
Edward Burton Ward 

Ph.B. M.D., Univ. Med. Col. 
N. Y., 1882 



*John Du Bois Yerby 
A.B. 



John William Moore 
A.M. 



Mark H. Moore 

A.B. 
George Warren Tarry 



Class of 1879 

Attorney at Law 



Columbus, Miss. 
Selma, Ala. 



Physician 

Attending Surgeon to Selma 

Infirmary 
Member Board of Medical Exami- 
ners, Dallas Co., Ala. 
Member U. S. Pensions Board 
E.xaminers 
Teacher Mobile, Ala 

Date of death not reported 



Class of 1880 



Class of 1882 

Clergyman 
Merchant 



Birmingham, Ala. 

Centerville, Miss. 
Marion, Ala. 



Class of 1883 



John Bryant Gray Cumming 
John Henry Epps 
Benjamin Edward Feagin 
Archibald Amos Jones 

B.E., Univ. of Ala., 1882 
Lucius C. Jones 
Fitz James Milligan 
Samuel L. Tisdale 
Thomas R. Ward, Jr. 

A.B., Univ. of Ala., 1882 



Charles E. Allen 
Thomas M. Byrne 
Henry T. Johnson 
Zachariah Peachy Landrum 
William T. Rencher 
Uriah E. Scales 
Joseph Anderson Scott 
John Marion Turner 
Clarence M. Verdel 

A.B. A.M.. Emorv Col. 



Clergyman 
Farmer 
Merchant 
Teacher 



Attorney at Law 

Clergyman 

Merchant 



Class of 1884 
Farmer 

Clergyman 
Attorney at Law 
Clergyman 

Clergyman 

Photographer 

Teacher 



tMarion, Ala. 
Old Spring Hill, Ala. 
Pine Apple, Ala. 
tHackettstown, N. J. 

tSartartia, Miss. 
Geneva, Ala. 
tMt. Sterling, Ala. 
Greensboro, Ala. 



Old Spring Hill, Ala. 
Bluff Springs, Fla. 
Post Oak Ala. 
Columbus, Miss. 
■fLouisville, Ala. 
tGainesville, Ala. 
Elmore, Ala. 
tTuscumbia, Ala. 
Elberton, Ga. 



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WABASH COLLEGE 

CRAWFORDSVILLE, INDIANA 

Founded in 1832 First Class Graduated in 1838 

A Denominational Institution (Presbyterian) 

DEPARTMENTS 
collegiate preparatory 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds . . . - $210,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus - . . . g4,ooo.oo 

Productive funds ------ 470,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - - 22,000.00 

Tuition in collegiate department - - - - 24.00 

Number of volumes in library ----- 37,000 

Number of professors and instructors - - - 16 

Number of students in attendance . . . - 200 

Women are not admitted. 

DELTA CHI CHAPTER 

Founded in the spring of 1880. Became inactive in 1894 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, 1845; Phi Delta Theta, 1850; Phi Gamma Delta, 1866; Phi 
Kappa Psi, 1870 ; Delta Tau Delta, 1872 ; Theta Delta Chi (inactive), 1879-82 ; Kappa 
Sigma, 1895. 



285 



DELTA CHI CHAPTER 



WABASH COLLEGE 



Class of 1880 

Henry Newton Coons Physician 

A.B. M.D., Hahnemann Med. Col., 
Chicagro, 1883 

A.M., 1887 
Abraham L. Flaningham Attorney at Law 

B.S. LL.B., Union Col. of Law, 1882 
George Alexander Mackintosh Clergyman 



Charles Philorman Bates 

A.B., A.M. B.D., Presb. Theol. 
Sam., N. J., 1884 

Charles Fremont Dame 

A.B. A.M. 
Albert Stinson Hughey 

A.B. A.M., 18S8 
Philip Melancthon Jamieson 

A.B. A.M. 



Lebanon, Ind. 



Chicago, 111. 

711 Reaper Block 
Kendallville, Ind. 



Charles White Merrill 
A.B. A.M., 1887 

Charles Washington Moores 
A.B. A.M., 1885 

LL.B., Central Law School of 
Ind., 18S3 



Class of 1881 

Clergyman 

Clergyman 
Clergyman 
Clergyman 

Class of 1882 

Publisher Indianapolis, Ind. 

Treasurer of the Bowen-Merrill 50 Blacherne 
Company 
Attorney at Law Indianapolis, Ind. 

United States Commissioner 602-610 Lemcke Bldg 

Member of Indianapolis Board of 
School Commissioners 



Sault Ste. Marie, 
Mich. 

336 E. Spruce St. 
Rising Sun, Ind. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

3733 Laclede Ave. 
St. Louis, Mo. 

5049 Delmar Ave. 



Robert Layman Dorsey 
A.B., Butler Univ. 

George Theodore Durham 

Horace Franklin King 

A.B. 
Andrew Edgar Reynolds 

B.S. 
Otis Alexander Smith 

A.B. D.D., 1893 

A.M., 1887 



*William S. Lamb 

r^'A.B. 

Daniel H. Lane 

George Lewes Mackintosh 

A.B., A.M 
Samuel Alfred Snoddy 

A.B. 
William Wilson Snoddy 

A.B. 



Class of 1883 

Manufacturer Indianapolis, Ind 

Secretary and Treasurer Tucker & 1409 Central Ave. 

Dorsey Mfg. Co. 
President Phoenix Caster Co 

Banker 

With First National Bank 

Merchant 



Merchant 
Clergyman 



Class of 1884 

Real Estate 

Date of death uncertain 
Farmer 
Clergyman 

Real Estate 

Clergyman 

286 



Crawfordsville, Ind. 

215 West Main St. 
Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Bay City, Mich. 



Oklahoma City, O. T. 

Colfax, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

303 E. Nineteenth St. 
West Lafayette, Ind. 

6th and Waldron Sts. 
Dayton, Ind. 



WABASH COLLEGE 



287 



♦Empson Cory 

Frederick Coffin Foster 
A.B. A.M. 

*Henry Beecher Hamilton 

Oscar Samuel Knapp 
Pembroke S. Reynolds 



John Dumont Reid 



Class of 1885 

Clergyman 

Died August 11, 1895 
Teacher 

Prof, of History in St. Lawrence 
Univ. 
Teacher 

Died September 19, 1887 
Physician 
Manufacturer 



Class of 1886 

Clergyman 



Washburn, Wis. 
Canton, N. Y. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Frankfort, Ind. 
Crawfordsville, Ind. 
616 E. Wabashi Ave. 



Sheboygan, Wis. 



Fielding Beeler 

William F. Bridge 
Walter Harrison Evans 
A.B. A.M., 1889. Ph.D. 

Franklin Martin Kistler 
William K. Martin 

B.S. 
William Clarence Thomas 

A.B., B.S. 



Class of 1887 

Farmer 

Deputy County Clerk, Marion 
County, Ind. 
Surveyor 
Botanist 

Editor Experiment Station Rec- 
ord, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture 
Attorney at Law 
Merchant 

Banker 

Prest. of Royal Center Bank 
Cashier of Logansport State Bank 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

132 E. Washington St. 

fMinneapolis, Colo. 
Washington, D. C. 

Logansport, Ind. 
Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Logansport, Ind. 
1211 High St. 



Charles Morton Cory 
William Blakely Kritz 

A.B. 
♦James Wilson Reser 



Class of 1888 

Government Official 
Merchant 

Teacher 

Died October 16, 1893 



tExcelsior, Minn. 
Waveland, Ind. 

Lafayette, Ind. 



Moreland Boyd Binford 

A.B. 
Henry Harrison Davis 
William Jenkins Fernald 

M.D. 



Thomas A. Crisman 



Class of 1889 

Manufacturer 

Physician 

Class of 1890 

Teacher 

County School Supt. 



Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Danville, 111. 
Frankfort, Ind. 
655 E. Wabash St. 



Redfield, S. Dak. 



R. Joseph Eastman 

B.S. M.D. 
*Will Schuyler Hayes 

*Reese Davis Kelso 

Samuel Merrill, Jr. 
Saxe W. Mowers 
A.M., M.D. 

John William Porter 

Albert Vernon Randall 



Class of 1891 
Physician 

Student 

Died in 1886 
Physician 

Died in 1896 

Physician 

Asst. Chief Surgeon Northern 
Pacific Ry. 
Manufacturer 

Electric Railway Supplies 
Merchant 



Indianapolis, Ind. 

Ligonier, Ind. 

Waveland, Ind. 

La Crescenta, Col. 
Brainerd, Minn. 

Chicago, III. 

309 Dearborn St. 
Shelbyville, Ind. 



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DELTA CHI CHAPTER 



Frank Morton Ericson 

A.M. 
Caswell Steel Jones 



Class of 1892 

Teacher 

Prof, of Greek Ripon Col. 
Banker 

Assistant Cashier First National 
Bank 



Frederick Wilson McReynolds Attorney at Law 

LL.B., Columbian Univ., 1892 
Harry D. Robbins 
Frank Gorgas Strong Accountant 



Ripon, Wis. 
Robinson, 111. 

Washington, U. C. 

1-2 Fendall Bldg. 
fBrazil, Ind. 
Shelbyville, Ind. 



Ottis Edwin Acker 
B.S. 

Robert Plummer Lewis 
Harry Alexander Murphy 
Robert James Rice 



Joseph Ball 

♦Robert James Bunyan 

M.D., Northwestern Univ., 1895 
James Harding 

Nicholas McCarty Harrison 
Arthur Peterson Huffer 
Rush Dutton Miller 
William F. Murdock 

Stanley Augustus Niles 

Harry Walter Ream 
Charles Gustave Winter 
Norman Wood 
Luke Wood 
A.B. LL.B. 



William Harrison Morgan 
Charles T. Sansberry 
LL.B., Univ. of Ind., 1898 



Class of 1893 

Superintendent 

With Acker Process Co. 
Delegate to 19th Grand Chapter 



Representing R. G. Dun & Co. 

Class of 1894 

Merchant 



Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Glascow, Mont. 
Sullivan, Ind. 
Champaign, 111. 
18 Main St. 



Waveland, Ind. 

Albion, Ind. 
Died September 2, 1S96 

Crawfordsville, Ind. 
County Surveyor Montgomery County 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Muncie, Ind. 

Richmond, Ind. 

Crawfordsville, Ind. 

513 W. Main St. 
Mishawaka, Ind. 

410 E. Second St. 
Muncie, Ind. 
Shelbyville, Ind. 
Crawfordsville, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo. 



Receiving Clerk 
For Dodge Mfg. Co. 



Attorney at Law 

Armour Packing Co. 

Class of 1895 

Attorney at Law 



Crawfordsville, Ind. 
Anderson, Ind. 
7-8 Neeley Blk. 



George Arthur Graydon Cramer 



Class of 1896 

Chicago, 111. 
With Chicago Tribune 1533 Kenmore Ave. 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 



THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 

CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS 

Founded in 1867 First Class Graduated in 1872 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

LIBERAL ARTS SCIENCE 

ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING 

MUSIC AGRICULTURE 

ART AND DESIGN • LIBRARY SCIENCE 

LAW MEDICINE AND PHARMACY 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $1,100,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 250,000.00 

Amount of endowment ..... 550,000.00 

Value of productive funds ..... 550,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 453,118.78 

Tuition in liberal arts department .... Free 

Number of volumes in library .... 57,ooo 

Number of professors and instructors .... 258 

Number of students in attendance .... 2,500 

Women are admitted and constitute 20 percent, of the attendance. 

KAPPA KAPPA CHAPTER 

Founded May 31, 1881. Became inactive in 1885. Was revived December 22, 1891 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Delta Tau Delta, 1872 ; Kappa Sigma, i8gi ; Phi Kappa Sigma (inactive), 1892-93 ; 
Phi Delta Theta, 1893 ; Alpha Tau Omega, 1895 ; Kappa Alpha Theta, 1895 ; Pi Beta 
Phi, 1896; Phi Gamma Delta, 1897; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1899; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma, 1900. 



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KAPPA KAPPA CHAPTER 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



Clarence E. Brady 

*Arthur M. Bridge 

David Eichberg 

B.L. LL.B., Union Col. of Law 

Andrew John Eisenmeyer 

B.S. 
Charles Newton Roberts 

B.S. 
♦Charles Mortimer Russell 

B.L. 

Frederick Daniel Rugg 

B.L. 
Frank Shlaudeman 

B.S. 



John George Wadsworth 



Charles Albert Ailing 

Harry J. Diffenbaugh 
Richard E. Dorsey 
William Ames Heath 
B.L. 



Chilton Dana Hudgens 
M.E. 



Henry Long McCune 

B.L. LL.B., Columbia, .1886 

Edward H. Swasey 

LL.B., Union Col. of Law 

James Nelson Warrington 
M.E., Stevens Inst, of Tech., 18 



Guy H. Babcock 

B.A. 
Albert Lee Eliel 
Joseph H. McCoy 
George Nathan Morgan 

B.L. LL.B., Union Col. of Law 
Lewis Clark Roberts 

B.L. 



Class of 1882 

Attorney at Law 



Farmer 

Died June 9, 1894 
Attorney at Law 



Victor, Colo. 

Cor. Third St. and Vic- 
tor Ave. 
Goldfield, la. 



Chicago, 111. 

Room Sio, 167 Dear- 
born St. 
Manufacturer Springfield, Mo. 

Pres. and Mgr. Eisenmeyer Milling Co. 
Civil Engineer Chicago, 111. 

478 Milwaukee Ave. 
Clerk Urbana, 111. 

Delegate to 15th and 17th Grand Chapters 
Died Dec. 27, 1900 
Insurance 

State Life Ins. Agent 
Brewer 

Supt. Decatur Brewing Company 
Sec'y and Treas. Illinois State 
Bottlers' Protective Assn. 
Banker 



Oak Park, 111. 

202 Clinton .-^ve. 
Decatur, 111. 

833 S. Webster St. 



Council Bluffs, la. 
201 Pearl St. 



Class of 1883 



Chicago, 111. 

5544 S. Peoria St. 

"fWashington, Kan. 
fStanton, 111. 
Champaign, 111. 

715 W. University Ave. 



Manager 

With Darling & Co., Fertilizers, 
Union Stock Yards 
Merchant 
Attorney at Law 
Banker 

Cashier Champaign National Bank 
City Treasurer, City of Champaign 
Illinois Commissioner Pan-Ameri- 
can Exposition 
Manufacturer Columbus, O. 

Manager Columbus Machine Co. 83 W. Third Ave. 

President Columbus Metal Manu- 
facturers' Association 
Treasurer National Association of 
Engine Manufacturers 
Attorney at Law Kansas City, Mo. 

Delegate to 14th Grand Chapter 611 New England Bldg. 

Attorney at Law Dow City, la. 



Class of li 



Attorney at Law 

Civil Engineer 

With San Miguel Land Co. 

290 



Los Angeles, Cal. 
1711 S. Hope St. 



tRidot, 111. 

fLa Salle, 111. 
fFrench Grove, 111. 
Chicago, 111. 

112 Dearborn St. 
Chinemaca, Vera 
Cruz, Mexico. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



291 



Alexander M. Allen 

Judson Finley Ayers 

B.L. 
George Huntington Ellis 

B.s. 
Albert George Manns 

B.L. Ph.D., University of Berlin, 
1888 
Sherman Latta Marshall 

B.L. 
*Henry George Peterson 

William H. Smith 
B.L. 



Class of 1885 

Architect 

Real Estate 

Chemist and Assayer 

Chemist 

With Armour & Co. 

Farmer 

Delegate to 15th Grand Chapter 

Died November, 1885 
Attorney at Law 



fChicago, 111. 

161 Lasalle St. 
fChicago, 111. 

Unity BIdg. 
Chicago, 111. 

103, 163 Randoli.h St. 
Chicago, 111. 

5001 S. Ashland Ave. 

Ipava, 111. 
Hastings, Neb. 
Great Falls, Mont. 



William Arthur Babcock 

B.L. 
*Dwight Harrison Barrett 

B.S. 
Fritz Hadra 

William David Jones 

M.D., Chicago Med. Col., 18 

♦Myron Quillon McCune 

♦William H. Parker 
De Witt Smith 
Hugo S. Speidel 



Henry White Wilder 
B.A. 



Class of 1886 
Attorney at Law- 
Chemical Engineer 
Died December 30, 1888 

Army Surgeon in Philippines 
Physician and Surgeon 

Surgeon G. N. R. R. 

Physician and Surgeon to State 
School for Deaf 
Merchant 

Died May 21, 1889 



Civil Engineer 

Delegate to 20th Grand Chapter 
Mgr. David Henry Bldg. Co. 
Manufacturer 

Secy. Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. 



Lewistown, 111. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Orange, Texas 

Care A. Gilmer 
Devils Lake, N. D. 



Ipava, 111. 

Oswego, 111. 
El Paso, Texas 
Patterson, N. J. 

Cor. i4thAve.&26thSt. 

Chicago, 111. 

9S47 Prospect Ave. 



Horace Taylor 



Edward Webster Pickard 

B.A. 
Boyle Vance 

M.D., Univ. of Michigan 



Class of 1887 

Artist 

Class of 1888 



Scarsdale, N. Y, 

lOQ Decker Bldg., N. Y. 
City 



Journalist Chicago, 111. 

News Editor Chicago Evening Post 154 Washington St. 
Physician & Surgeon Springfield, 111. 

Marine Bank Bldg. 



Franklin Gregory Carnahan 

A.B. 
Charles William Cross 

B.S. 
Robert Humphrey Forbes 

B.S., M.S. 

Charles Alexander Gunn 

B.S. 
Lott Russell Herrick 

B.L. LL.B., Univ. of Mich. 
Charles Albert Kiler 

B.L. 



Class of 1892 

Attorney at Law 

Civil Engineer 

Chemist 

Director of Arizona Agricultural 
E.Nperiment Station 
Architect 

Attorney at Law 
1894 City -Attorney 
Merchant 

Mittcndorf & Kiler 



Champaign, 111. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
1537 College Ave. 
Tucson, Ariz. 

New York City 
500 W. isoth St. 
Farmer City, 111. 

Champaign, III. 



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KAPPA KAPPA CHAPTER 



Albert Warren Merrifield 

*Tohn Barb Morgan 

Christian Jensen Toerring 
Royal Wright 
B.L. 



Civil Engineer Chinook, Mont. 

Surveyor of Choteau County 
Attorney at Law PhcEnix, Ariz, 

Died January 7, 1901, at Phoenix, Ariz. 

f New York City 
Attorney at Law Urbana, 111. 

Master in Chancery 



Edward Ernest Barrett 

B.S. 
Tames W. Cook 
■^ B.S. 
Edward Everett Hunt 

B.S. 
Alfred C. Locke 

Arthur Bates Loomis 

B.S. M.C.E., Cornell, 1894 



Class of 1893 

Civil Engineer 

With Fairbanks, Morse & Co. 
U. S. Inspector 

'clerk 

Mechanical Engineer 

Director LaSalle Public Library 
Bridge Engineer 

With Massillon Bridge Co. 



Chicago, 111. 

Monroe & Franklin Sts. 
Rock Island, 111. 

Chicago, 111. 

7041 Parnell Ave. 
LaSalle, 111. 

Toledo, Ohio. 

Care"TheMonticello." 



Thomas Crawford 

B.S. 
Charles Abbott Elder 



George Frederickson 

B.S. 
Benjamin Baldwin Holston 

B.S. LL.B., Yale Univ., 1896 
Conrad Bryant Kimball 

B.S. 
Peter Mogenson 

B.S. 
Charles Thornton Wilder 

B.S. 



Class of 1894 

Electrical Engineer 

Supt. Sterling^ Gas & Elec. Light 
Loan Broker 

Pres. Los Angeles Investment & 
Trust Co. 
Merchant 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 

Architect and Vocalist 

Civil Engineer 

Teacher 

Instructor of Photography Univ 



Sterling, 111. 
Co. 

Los Angeles, Cal, 
138^ S. Spring St. 

Oklahoma City, Okla, 

617 East 9th St. 

Nashville, III. 

Evanston, 111. 

1134 Michigan Ave. 
Monterey, Mexico 

Smelter No. 3 
Champaign, 111. 
of III. 



Herbert Clarke Arms 
B.S. 



James Palmer Balding 

Richard James Barr 

LL.B. Univ. of Mich_. 1895 

Charles Baker Burdick 
B.S. 

Robert Davison Burnham 

Victor Andre Matteson 

Oscar B. Mueller 



Porter David McConney 



Arthur Low Pillsbury 

B.S. in Arch. B.S., Harvard, 

William Ira Roysdon 
B.L. 



Class of 1895 

Manufacturer Chicago, 111. 

With Chicago Laboratory Supply 39 W. Randolph St. 
& Scale Co. 

Delegate to 21st and 22d Grand Chapters 

Grand Praetor Fifth Province, 1895-97 

Grand Annotator, 1897-1900 

Grand Tribune, igoo 

Editor Sigma Chi Song Book 
Clerk Milwaukee, Wis. 

2d Lieut. Troop A ist Cav. W.N.G. _ 212 Prospect Ave. 



1893 



Attorney at Law 

Mayor of Joliet 
Civil Engineer 

Stock Breeder 
Architect 

Mechanical Engineer and 
Manufacturer 

Vice-Pres. Mueller Mfg. Co. 
Traveling Salesman 

With Simmons Hardware Co. 

Delegate to 19th Grand Chapter 
Architect 

Merchant 



Joliet, 111. 

City Hall 
Chicago, III. 

15S0 Old Colony Bldg. 
Champaign, 111. 
Evanston, 111. 

1460 Maple St. 

Decatur, 111. 

1275 N. Church St. 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Bloomington, 111. 
Champaign, 111. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



293 



Tames George Beach 
B.S. 

David Hobart Carnahan 
A.B. M.A., 1898 

Melville Clarke Chatten 

B.S. 
Paul Henry Cooper 

B.S. 
Frank Henry GazzoUo 

B.S. A.B., Harvard, 1897 

M.A., Harvard 1898 
Henry M. Heisel 

Jerome Aaron Leland 
B.S. 

Charles Milton Lewis 

B.S. 
Robert Knight Porter 

A.B. 
Sherman Smith 

B.S. 
William La Barthe Steele 

B.S. 
Frederick Way Woody 



Class of 1896 

Civil Engineer 

With Purdv & Henderson, 78, 5th 
Ave., N. Y. City 
Teacher 

Asst. Professor of Romanic Lan- 
liuages Univ. of Illinois 
Architect 

Merchant 

Chemist 



Binghamton, N. Y. 
121 Murray St. 

Champaign, 111. 



Sec. Kenwood Hotel Co. 

Stock Breeder 

Pres. Am. Southdown Breeders' 
Association 
Architect 

Teacher 

Univ. of Arizona 
Architect and Ranchman 

Smith's Ranch 
Architect 

Assistant Postmaster 



Chicago, 111. 

2251 Calumet Ave. 
Mendota, 111. 

Chicago, 111. 
95 Astor St. 

Chicago, 111. 

Cor. 47th St. and Ken- 
wood Ave. 
Springfield, 111. 

Leland Hotel 

Danville, 111. 
Plaza Hotel 
•Prescott, Arizona 

Jolley, la. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

6356 Marchand St. 
Champaign, 111. 



Thomas Butterwick Beadle 

B.S. 
Robert J. Hotchkiss 
William Henry Kiler 

A.B. 
Forest Mitcheson Lowes 

LL.B., Northwestern Univ., 1897 
Carl Merriman Nye 

B.S. 
Robert Nye 
Horace Chamberlain Porter 

A.B. B.S., 1899. M.S., 1900 

A.M.. Harvard, 1901 

James Paul Ray 
Clarence Sutton Wheldon 



Class of 1897 

Chemist and Assayer 

Architect 
Attorney at Law 

Breckenridge & Shelly 
Attornev at Law 



Gilt Edge, Mont. 

Peoria, 111. 
Lexington, Ky. 

Geneseo, 111. 

Chicago, 111. 



Civil Engineer 

Asst. Engineer C. R. I. & P. R. R. 
Chemist Centerville, Idaho 

Graduate Student, Harvard Champaign, 111. 



Manufacturer Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Vice-Pres. Detroit Malleable Iron Co. 86 S. Prospect St. 

Director Grand Rapids Malleable Iron Co. 
Druggist Emporia, Kan. 

516 Union St. 



Edgar Cook Cooper 
Hewitt S. Dixon 

Isaac Beasley Hudson 

LL.B., Chicago Law School, 1900 
Joseph Hunter Marshutz 

A.B. 

Albert James Stone 

Frederick Henry Wilson 
B.S. 



Class of 1898 

Merchant 
Clerk 

Attorney at Law 

Law Student, Harvard 

Delegate 23d and 25th Grand 
Chapters 
Manufacturer 

Carriage Builder 
Electrical Engineer 

U. S. S. Kentucky 



Aurora, 111. 
Kankakee, 111. 

80 Greenwood Ave. 
Memphis, Tenn. 

14 Madison St. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

Empire Bldg. 

Quincy, 111. 

1636 Main St. 
Asiatic Waters 

Care William C. Wil- 
son, Evanston, 111. 



294 



KAPPA KAPPA CHAPTER 



Robert Hill Coey 
George John Griffith 
Charles Edward Keener 
Howard C. Means 

George Leslie Rapp 
B.S. 

Paul Frederick Augustus 
Rudnick 
B.S. Ph.G., Chicago College of 
Pharmacy, 1893 
James Frank Sperry 
Ralph Thompson 

A.B. 
George Bassett Williams 
B.S. 



Class of 1899 

Superintendent 

With Swift & Co. 
Clerk 

Manager 



Architect 



Chemist 

Insurance and Real Estate 
Fruit Grower 

Architectural Engineer 

Superintendent Holabird & Roche 



Chicago, 111. 

1201 W. Garfield Ave. 
Chicago, 111. 

Chicago Union Station 
Chicago, ill. 

90 Wabash Ave. 
Crowe Indian Agency 

Montana 
Chicago, 111. 

616 Title and Trust 
Bldg. 

Chicago, 111. 

3701 S. Lincoln St. 

Champaign, 111. 
Carbondale, 111. 

Chicago, 111. 

1618 Monadnock Bldg. 



William Jay Brown 

B.S. 
Roy Nebeker Davidson 
Robert Grant Holabird 

Andrew Oliver Jackson 

A.B., Lake Forest Univ., 1896 
LL.B., Northwestern Univ., igoo 

Charles Sunderland Johnson 
B.S. 

Wilkins Hoover Owens 
B.S. 

Laurance Penfield Robinson 

Homer E. St. Jrhn 



Class of 1900 

Architect 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Clerk 
Superintendent 

Holabird & Roche, Architects 

Prof, of Modern Languages 
Shurtleff College 
Mechanical Engineer 

With Frost Mfg. Co. 
Medical Student 

Walnut Grower 
Bookkeeper 



Paducah, Ky. 

516 Broadway 
Champaign, 111. 
Chicago, 111. 

1618 Monadnock Bldg. 
Upper Alton, 111. 

Galesburg, 111. 

Champaign, 111. 

Santa Barbara, Cal. 
Rockford, 111. 

841 N. Church St. 



Bertram Wilson Adsit 

LL.B. 
William Thomas Borden 
Edwin Boyd Buchanan 

M.D., Univ. of Cincinnati 
Charles Cory Chamberlin 

A.B. 
Roy Hawks Griffin 

Dale Stuart Harrison 

B.S. 
James Edward Johnson 
Webb W. Martin 

Ruell Starr McGill 

Otto Webb 



Class of 1901 

Attorney at Law 

Publisher 
Interne 

Speers Memorial Hospital 
Clerk 

With American Can Co. 
Cashier 

Asst. Cashier ist Natl. Bank 
Civil Engineer 

Student 
Clerk 

With American Can Co. 

Clerk 
Insurance 



Wellington, 111. 

La Grange, 111. 
Dayton, Ky. 

Chicago, 111. 

135 Adams St. 
Urbana, 111. 

Sterling, 111. 

Champaign, 111. 
Chicago, 111. 

135 Adams St. 
Chicago, 111. 

4547 Lake Ave. 
Houston, Texas 



John Newell Allen 
Thomas Frank Carson 
Dwight Orson Herrick 
Lyle George Herrick 



Class of 1902 

Student 
Law Student 
Life Insurance 
Student 



Hoopeston, 111. 
Urbana, 111. 
Farmer City, 111. 
Farmer City, 111. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



295 



Samuel Scott Joy 
Clyde Milton Mathews , 

Herbert Earl Post 

Garland Stahl 

Willard Carr Thompson 

Paul Way Woody 



Architect Birmingham, Ala. 

Urbana, 111. 
Editor Champaign'.County Herald 601 Elm St. 
Delegate to 23th Grand Chapter 

Decatur, 111. 
Manager Post & Carter, Wholesale Oil 
Law Student . Elkhart, 111. 

Bookkeeper Chicago, 111. 

With People's Gas, Light & Coke 3258 Forest Av. 
Co. 
Insurance Chicago, 111. 

604, 134 Monroe St. 



Rena Clark Cabanis 
Eli Pike Gale 

Lee Roy James 

George Kirkpatrick Larrison 

Max Lewis 

Charles Robert Pollard 

William Stewart 



Class of 1903 

Student 
Student 

Mechanical Engineer 
Civil Engineer 

Law Student 
Law Student 



Kinmundy, 111. 
Aurora, 111. 

256 Main St. 
Beardstown, 111. 
Havana, 111. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Delphi, Ind. 
Mason City, 111, 



Lawrence Thompson Allen 
William Douglas Carter 

Alfred Danely 
Frederick Lathrop Day 
Charles Wesley Hawes, Jr. 

Frederick Merrick Joy 



Raymond Leonard 

William Anderson Miskimen Student 

Charles Newhall Stone Student 



Class of 1904 

Law Student 
Student 

Student 

Reporter 

Student 

Draughtsman 

With T. C. I. & R. R. Co. 
Student 



William Edward Trapp 



Student 



Hoopeston, 111. 
Quincy, 111. 

Care Judge Carter 
Champaign, 111. 
Brimfield, 111. 
Rock Island, 111. 

1034 20th St. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Decatur, 111. 
Hoopeston, 111. 
Quincy, III. 

1636 Main St. 
Lincoln, 111. 



UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI 

CINCINNATI, OHIO 

Founded in 1874 First Class Graduated in 1877 

A Municipal Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGIATE MEDICAL 

DENTAL PHARMACY 

LAW ENGINEERING 

STATISTICS 

Amount of endowment . . . _ . $4,051,962.00 

Productive funds ------- 3,000,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1889-go - - - 162,959.00 

Tuition in collegiate department, to non-residents - - 75-oo 

Number of volumes in library - - , - - 15,000 

Number of professors and instructors - - - - 164 

Number of students in attendance - - - - i>35i 

Women are admitted and constitute about one-third of the attendance. 

ZETA PSI CHAPTER 

Founded January 23, 1882 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1889; Beta Theta Pi, 1890; Kappa Kappa Gamma (in- 
active), 1885-85 ; Delta Delta Delta, 1892 ; Nu Sigma Nu, 1892; Phi Delta Phi, 1886; 
Phi Delta Theta, 1898 ; Omega Upsilon Phi, 1900. 



297 



ZETA PSI CHAPTER 



UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI 



William Lofland Dudley 

B.S. M.D., Miami Med. Col., i8 



Class of 1880 

Teacher Nashville, Tenn. 

, Prof, of Chemistry and Dean of Vanderbilt Univ. 
Medical Dept., of Vanderbilt Univ. 
Grand Consul, 1897-99 



Class of 1882 

Howard Breen Civil Engineer 

C.E. 
Leonard Ricker Freeman Physician 

B.S. M.D., Medical Col. of Ohio 
Edgar Ambler Harper Civil Engineer 

C.E. Assistant City Engineer 



tPittsburg, Pa. 

Denver, Col. 

California Bldg. 
Kansas City, Mo. 



Eliot Abbot Kebler 

B.S. 
Edmund Kittredge Stallo 
A.B. LL.B., Cin. Law School 



"William C. Clarke 
Henry Wyman Laws 
Edward Muehlberg 



Ph.G., Col. oi Pharmacy, Cincinnati 



Class of 1883 

Broker 

Iron and Steel 
Attorney at Law 



Class of 1884 

Accountant . 
Druggist 



Pittsburg, Pa. 

Second Natl. Bk. Bldg. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Clifton 



Toledo, O. 
tSan Pedro, Cal. 
Cincinnati, O. 

48 E. McMillan St. 



Herman Bernard Schmidt 
B.S. 



Class of 1885 

Chemist Cincinnati, O. 

loslin, Schmidt & Co. 2523 Essex PL, 

Manager of American Chemical & VValnut Hills 

Spirit Co. 
Delegate to 17th and 19th Grand Chapters 



Oscar William Kuhn 

A.B. LL.B.,Cin.LawSchool,i8 



John King Scudder 

A.B. M.D., Eclectic Med. Insti- 
tute, 1888 
Ernst Twitchell 

B.S. 
Paul Francis Walker 

LL.B., Cin. Law School, 1889 
Charles Frederick Windisch 

B.S. 



Class of 1886 

Attorney at Law Cincinnati, O. 

7 Chairman Board of Directors Leno.x Place, Avondale 
Univ. of Cincinnati 
Delegate to i6th Grand Chapter 
Grand Praetor Third Province, 1886-88 
Physician Cincinnati, O. 

Sec'y Ec. Med. Inst. 1009 Plum St. 

Chemist Ivorydale, O. 

Supt. of Emery Candle Works 
Teacher Cincinnati, O. 

Cin. High School Madison Ave. 

Cincinnati, O. 
Secretary of Windisch-Muhlhauser Clifton andBryant Ave. 

Brewing Co. 
Director of Univ. of Cin. 
Treasurer of Endowment Fund 
Ass'n of Univ. of Cin. 

298 



UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI 



299 



Archibald Irwin Carson 

B.S. M.D., Miami Med. Col., 18 
Edwin Ricker Freeman 

M.D., Eclectic Med. Institute, iS 
John Thayer Kebler 

B.S. 
Clifford Neville Miller 

B.S. C.E., 1889 

John George O'Connell 

B.L. LL.B., Cin. Law Dept. 



Class of 1887 

Physician and Surgeon 

Physician 
9 
Chemist 



Cincinnati, O. 

46 E. McMillan St. 
Cincinnati, O. 

7th and John Sts. 

Denver, Col. 



Engineer Cincinnati, O. 

Asat. En^'ineer Board of Trustees 21 San Rafael Bldg. 

Commissioner of Water Works 
Attorney at Law Cincinnati, O. 

Member Board of Education, 1325 Grace Ave. 

Union Board of High Schools 

Delegate to 15th Grand Chapter 



Louis Agricola Bauer 

M.S. C.E. Ph.D., Univ. of Berlin 

Thomas Guy Langdale 

A.B. 
R. Paul Scudder 



Class of 1888 



Chief of Division Terrestrial Mag- 
netism, U. S. Coast and Geodetic 

Survey 



Washington, D.C. 



Clergyman 

Dentist 

Union Trust Bldg 



f Boston, Mass. 

Cincinnati, O. 

736 Ridgeway Ave. 



Class of 1889 



Thomas James Creaghead 
B.S. 



Howard 
B.S. 
M.S., 

Irwin J. 
B.S. 



Electrical Engineer Cincinnati, O. 

President and General Manager of 802 Plum St. 
Creaghead Engineering Com- 
pany 
Steel Rodgers Banker Cincinnati, O. 

E.E., Princeton Univ., 1S90 Vice President Merchants' Nat. Merchants' National 

Univ. of Cincinnati, 1892 Bank Bank 

Smith Chemist |Chicago, 111. 



Class of 1890 

Attorney at Law 



Charles Teasdale Coppock 

LL.B., Cin. Law School 
John Durrell Hammel Manufacturer 

B.L. LL.B., Cin. Law School, 1892 Silver Electro-plating 
*Lewis William Hoffmann 

B.S. Died May 4, 1895 

Harry Esmond Warrington Civil Erigineer 



C.fe. 



Cincinnati, O. 

2307 Park Ave. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

126 Main St. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Hyde Park, O. 



Asst. Eng. C. N. O. & T. P. Ry. Co. Edwards Road 



William Dudley Baker 



William Albert Bennett 

C.E. 
George Daniel Harper 

B.L. LL.B. Cin. Law School 



Daniel Fallis Wilson 
LL.B., Cin. Law School 



Class of 1891 

Government Official Norwood, O. 

Assistant Supt. Money Order 
Dept., Cincinnati P.O. 
Civil Engineer 

City Water Works 
Attorney at Law 

Record Examiner 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 

Grand Praetor Third Province, 1893-97 
Attorney at Law Cincinnati, O. 

610 Johnson Bldg. 



St. Louis, Mo. 

3945 Castleman Ave. 
Cincinnati, O. 

2139 Gilbert Ave. 



Marshall Klincken Bonsall 

Frank Williamson Stevenson 
B.A. B.L.. Cin. Law School, i8- 



Class of 1892 

Insurance Agent Cincinnati, O. 

17 W. 3d St. 
Hartwell, O. 
9 Superintendent Home Steam Laundry 



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ZETA PSI CHAPTER 



William Goodman Eaton 

Frederick Greene Huntington 

LL.B., Cin. Law School 
Clyde P. Johnson 

B.A., 1893; LL.B., 1895, Cornell 
University 
William C. McLean 

LL.B., Cin. Law School, 1892 
Henry Dodge Nichols 

B.A. M.D., Cornell University 
James William Rowe 

A.B., M.D. 

Thomas Cooper Shotwell 

Horace Ferris Smith 
William Ray Wood 
B.L., Cin. Law School 



Class of 1893 

With American Book Co 
General Agent 

With Casualty Ins. Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 19th Grand Cha 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Physician 

Journalist 

Editor New York Journal 
Merchant 
Patent Attorney 

Junior Member of Wood & 
27 Carlyle Bldg. 



Cincinnati, O. 

317 Walnut St. 
Cincinnati, O. 

4th and Central Ave. 
Cincinnati, O. 
pter Chamber of Commerce 

Bldg. . 
Cincinnati, O. 

2910 Gilbert Ave. 
Atlantic City, N. J. 

3203 Pacific Ave. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Avondale, 
745 Ridgway Ave. 
New York, N. Y. 

59 W. n7th St. 
Hartford, W. Va. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Wood, 3645 Reading Road 



Frank Sanford Brown 

B.L. LL.B., Cin. Law School 
Frank Bradley Cross 

M.D., Miami Medical Col. 
William Rice Kemper 

B.L. D.D.S., Ohio Col. of 
Dental Surgery 
Daniel Laurence 

B.S. 

Willard Storms Mattox 
B.L. 



Class of 1894 
Attorney at Law 
Physician 
Dentist 



Deputy Marshal 

Chief Deputy U. S. Marshal's 
Office, Cincinnati 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 



Cincinnati, O, 

1359 Ernst St. 
Cincinnati, O. 

32 Garfield Place 
Cincinnati, O. 

22 W. 7th St. 

Reading, O. 
New York, N. Y. 



Class of 1895 



George Paxton Diehl 

B.L. Ph. B., Cornell Univ. 

Boyden Kinsey 
B.A. 

John Howard Melish 

B.A., B.D.. Epis. Theol.' School at 
Cambridge 



Merchant 

Secy. Edgewood Distilling 
Company 



Clifford Reno Neare 

M.D., Miami Med. Col., Cincin- 
nati, O. 
Richard Talliaferro Southgate Attorney at Law 

B.S. LL.B., Cin. Law School 
Philip Conkling Swing Attorney at Law 

B.L., Cin. Law School 
Frank Reed Thompson With Howell Mfg. Co 



Cincinnati, O. 
Avondale 

3747 Reading Road 
Wyoming, O. 
With Jones & Laughlins Co., Ld., 
Union Trust Bldg., Cincinnati 
Clergyman Cincinnati, O 

Associate Rector of Christ Epis- Ortiz Bldg. 

copal Church 
Bible Lecturer in Univ. of Cincinnati 
Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 
Physician tOrange, N. J. 



Fyffe Chambers 

LL.B., Cin. Law School 
William Caldwell Emerson 

Ralph Holterhoff 

B.S. 
John G. Isham, Jr. 

Dudley Breed Miller 
B.S. 



Class of 1896 

Attorney at Law 

Traveling Salesman 
With American Book Co. 

Superintendent 
Union Trust Bldg. 

Traveling Freight Agent 
L. S.-L. V. Route 

Banker 



Cashier Commercial Savings Bank 



Fort Thomas, Ky. 

Highlands 
Cincinnati, O. 

2873 Linwood Ave. 
Cincinnati, O. 

2144 Fulton Ave. 



Cincinnati, O. 

3182 McHenry Ave. 
Cincinnati, O. 

317 Walnut St. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Norway Ave. .Avondale 
Cincinnati, O. 

407 Neave Bldg. 
Shenandoah, la. 



UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI 



301 



Albert W. Ault 



Eugene R. Buss 



Class of 1897 

Merchant 

The Ault Wooden Ware Co. 



Insurance Agent 

Mgr. E. O. Fitch Ins. Agency 
A^t. of Travelers Ins. Co., 128 E. 
Third St., Cincinnati 



Wyoming, O. 

Business address. S.W. 
cor. 6tii and Car Sts. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Wyoming, O. 



Nathaniel Emerson 

George S. Fox 

A.B. 
Joseph S. Graydon 

LL.B., Cin. Law School 
Bertram Leigh Hitch 

B.L., LL.B. 

Malcolm McAvoy 

B.L. LL.B., Cin. Law School, 1897 
Walter Francis Murray 

B.S. LL.B., Cin. Law School 
Edward Lansdale Reynolds 

B.S. 

Brayton Graff Richards 

B.S. LL.B., Cin. Law School 

James Sanders Richards 
LL.B., Cin. Law School 



With Bullock Elec. Mfg. Co. 
Clerk 

With American Book Company 
Student 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 23rd Grand Chajiter 
Attorney at Law 

Electrical Engineer 

Mgr. Pa. Sales Office of Electric 
Storage Battery Co. 
Attorney at Law 
In Patent Cases 

Attorney at Law 

Vice-Pres. Hudson School Furni 
ture Co., .'\thens, O. 



Cincinnati, O. 

4j E. McMillan St. 
Covmgton, Ky. 

Cincinnati, O. 

Clifton 
Cincinnati, O. 

S. W. Cor. 3rd and 
Walnut Sts. 
Cmcinnati, O. 

118 E. 4th St. 
Cincinnati, O. 

626 Hawthorne Ave. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cincinnati, O. 

Mt. Auburn, 226 
Albion Place 
Cincinnati, O. 

226 Albion Ave. 



George Le Boutillier 
C.E. 

Parke Sheldon Johnson 
LL.B.. Cin. Law School 
Thomas Gatch Melish 



Chas. Eugene Salmon 

LL.B., Cin. Law School, 1900 

Richard Conkling Swing 
LL.B., Cin. Law School 



Henry Urner 



Class of 1898 

Assistant Engineer Wellsville, O. 

Cleveland & Pittsburg Division of Union Station 
Pennsylvania Lines West of 
Pittsburg 
Attorney at Law 

With Fay & Egan Co. 
Manufacturer 

Secretary Bromwell Brush & Wire 
Goods Co. 

Attorney at Law 



Cincinnati, O. 

Cincinnati, O. 

Clifton and Resor Ave. 



Attorney at Law 

Traveling Salesman 

With Cincinnati Coffin Co. 



Cincinnati, O. 

2S14 Melrose Ave. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Ridgeway Ave., 
••\vondale 
Cincinnati, O. 

2315 Park Ave. 



John A. Caldwell, Jr. 
B.S., 1899, Cornell Univ. 

Philip Hay ward 

LL.B., Cincinnati Law School 

John Wesley Hubbell 

David Irving Miller 
B.E., Vanderbilt Univ. 

Edward M. Pattison, Jr. 
Joseph Ratliff 



Class of 1899 

Student 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 



^^'ith Tennessee Coal, Iron and 
R. R. Co. 
Traveling Salesman 

Actor 

With Francis Wilson Company 



Cincinnati, O. 

Glen Parker Ave., 
Northside 
Cincinnati, O. 

Walnut Hills, 2620 
.Alms Place 
Cincinnati, O. 

Hvland PI., Avondale 
Sheffield, Ala. 



Cincinnati, O. 

Grand and W'arsaw Ave. 
tCincinnati, O. 



302 



ZETA PSI CHAPTER 



Amos Clifford Shinkle 



Chas. Edward Stewart, Jr. 

Russell Wilson 

LL.B., Cin. Law School 



Class of 1900 

Salesman Covington, Ky. 

With the Shinkle, Wilson & Kreis 
Co., Cincinnati 



With Standard Oil Co. 
Attorney at Law 



Cincinnati, O. 

514 Kidf^eway Ave. 
Cincinnati, O. 

E. Ridgeway Ave. 



Grear Hill Baker 

Jay Carl Beneker 

B.A. 
Louis B. Blakemore 

B.A. 

Ernest Guy Diehl 

Francis Phillips Huston 
Charles Kinsey 
John A. Parlin 

J. Loyal Richardson 
Otis M, Stock 



Class of 1901 

Chemist 
Chemist 



Cincinnati, O. 

_ 837 E. 3d St. 
Cincinnati, O. 

The Barclay, Avondale 
Cincinnati, O. 

Avondale, 3027 Harvey 
Ave. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Avondale, 3747 Read- 
ing Rd. 
Cincinnati, O. 
College Hill 
Wyoming, O. 
With Jones & Laughlins, Ld., Cin.. O. 

Cincinnati, O. 
With Kenton Baking Powder Co., Mt. Auburn 
326 E. Third St. 

Hamilton, O. 
With Hall, Marvin Safe Co. 
Student 



Law Student 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 

Superintendent 

With Edgewood Distilling Co. 



With American Tool Works Co. 



Carl H. Barth 

C E. 
Carleton Graves Crisler 
J. Pierce Grant 

Ramsey Probasco 

B.A. 
Stuart A. Walker 

B.A. 



Albert Lester Baker 
William Hildt De Witt 
H. Truxtun Emerson 
Edgar W. McCallister 
William Haslette Sproull 
Warren Woodward 



Class of 1902 

Student Cincinnati, O. 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter Clifton, Evans Place 

Student Ludlow, Ky. 

Covington, Ky. 
With Cincinnati Provision Export 520 Greenup St. 
Co. 
Student Glendale, O. 



Student 

Class of 1903 

Student 
Student 

With Proctor & Gamble 
Student 

Student 

Chemist 



Covington, Ky. 
63 E. Front St. 



Cincinnati, O. 

837 E. 3d St. 
Cincinnati, O. 

61 Auburndale Place 
Cincinnati, O. 

4--, E. McMillan St. 
Cincinnati, O. 

3621 Columbia Ave. 
Allegheny, Pa. 

122 E. North Ave. 
|Hamilton, O. 



Lester Dupont Collier 
Frank Prague Colville 



Class of 1904 
Student 

Student 



Cincinnati, O. 

Avondale, 968 Burton 
Ave. 
Covington, Ky. 

99 E. Fourth St. 



Holden I. Crane 

George Robert Denharn 
Martin Luther Maddux 



George Southgate Lott 

Carl Phares 

John Calvin Skinner 

Hugh McDonald Warner 

Arthur Waller 

Worth Weller 

Charles Brent Woodall 



ZETA PSI CHAPTER 

Student 



With American Tool Co. 
Student 



Class of 190S 

Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



Sec. J. Weller Co. 
Student 



Cincinnati, O. 

Mt. Auburn, 251 Mc- 
Gregor .Ave. 
Cincinnati, O. 

371S Columbia Ave. 
Cincinnati, O. 

14 W. Ninth St. 



Covington, Kj^. 

542 Greenuj) St. 
Cincinnati, O. 

3449 Evans PL, Clifton 
Hamilton, O. 

3d and Buckeye Sts. 
Covington, Ky. 

1C.28 Greenup St. 
Cincinnati, O. 

3465 Evans PL, Clifton 
Cincinnati, O. 

3465 Evans PL, Clifton 
Covington, Ky, 

86 E. 5th St. 



UNIVERSITY OF IOWA 



IOWA CITY, IOWA 

Founded in 1847 
A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 



LIBERAL ARTS GRADUATE 

MEDICAL LAW 

DENTAL PHARMACY 

HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL 



STATISTICS 

Productive funds ------- $235,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 . - _ 256,684.00 

Tuition in collegiate department ----- 25.00 

Number of volumes in library . . . - . 57,000 

Number of professors and instructors ... - 102 

Number of students in attendance ----- 1,438 

Women are admitted and constitute about one-third of the attendance. 

ALPHA ETA CHAPTER 

Founded March 2, 1882 Became inactive in 1889 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, 1866; Phi Kappa Psi (inactive), 1867-85; Phi Gamma Delta (inac- 
tive) 1873-73; Delta Tau Delta, 1880; Phi Delta Theta, 1882, Sigma Nu, 1893; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, 1882; Pi Beta Phi, 1882; Delta Gamma, 1887; Phi Delta Phi, 1893; 
Xi Psi Phi, 1896; Phi Alpha Gamma, 1897. 



305 



ALPHA ETA CHAPTER 

UNIVERSITY OF lOAVA 



*Wilson Thomas Reed 
A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1881 

Lumberman 

Date of death unknown 



Carroll, la. 



Melville Eaton 
Ph.B., A.M. 



Charles Reynolds Brown 

A.B. 
Elwyn Nathan Brown 

C.E. 
William Henry Cobb 

A.B. 
Frank Mills Leonard 

Ph.B. A.M., 1886 

Thomas Babington McAuley 
Ph.B. LL.B., 1884; A.M., 1887 

James Alden Miller 
A.B. 

Alfred N. Ogle 
C.E. 



William Thomas Shepherd 

Ph.B. 
Grant Wyatt 

A.B., A.M. 



Class of 1882 
Lumberman Clear Lake, la. 

Class oi 1883 

Insurance Agent t^es Moines, la 

Engineer Marshall, Tex. 

Asst. Eiig. Texas Southern Ry. 
Teacher "fNorthwood, la. 

Mining Engineer Butte, Mont. 

Managing Director Britannia Cop- 
per Syndicate, Vancouver, B. C. 
Attorney at Law Kansas City, Mo. 

Police Judge, Kansas City, Mo. New York Life Bldg. 

Journalist tFt. Smith, Ark. 

Two Harbors, Minn. 
Storekeeper for Duluth & Iron 

Range R. R. Company 
Col. on Staff of Gov. S. R. Van Sant 
Lumberman Harlan, la. 

Auditor of Green Bay Lumber Co. 
Railroad Contractor St. Louis, Mo. 

3304 Lucas Ave. 



Francis Alden Fletcher 
LL.B. 

David Franklin Johnston 

Ph.B. 
Timothy A. Murphy 
Frank Brownell Smith 

Charles Edward Wickham 



Class of 1884 

Oakland, Cal. 
Internal Revenue Officer 1823 Telegraph Ave. 

Deputy Collector U. S. Internal 
Revenue, First District, Calif. 
Merchant tBurr Oak, Kan. 

Attorney at Law 

Accountant "fOmaha, Neb. 

48-50 Whithler Bldg. 
Civil Engineer Davenport, la. 

General Roadmaster Chicago, 5th and Perry Sts. 
Rock Island & Pacific Ry. Co. 



*Paul Wallingsford Custer 

Imri Lincoln McCloud 
Ph.B. LL.B., 1888 



Class of 188S 



_ Died in 1S87 
Life Insurance 



Iowa City, la. 

Kansas City, Mo. 
600-603 New Nelson 
Bldg. 



306 



UNIVERSITY OF IOWA 



307 



Robert B. Berryhill 

C.E. 
Parker Kimball Holbrook 



Guy Arnold McNeill 
John Alexander Mitchell 
Phillip Bruce Moore 

Chauncey Bowen Piatt 
Frederick Terry 
B.S. 



Newton Dupuis 

C.E. 
Merritt Lawrence Holbrook 

B.S. 



Class of 1886 

Merchant Fort Dodge, la. 

Banker Onawa, la. 

Chairman Board of Regents, State 
University of Iowa 



tSpokane Falls, Wash, 
f Ashland, Ore. 

Iowa City, la. 

528 S. Vanburen St. 
tSeneca, 111. 

South St. Joseph, Mo. 



Attorney at Law 
Merchant 

Superintendent 
Merchant 

Class of 1887 

Manufacturer Chicago, 111. 

Witii W. M. Welch & Company 179-181-183 Illinois St. 

Manufacturer Portland, Ore. 

Secretary Doernbecher Mfg. Co., 1166 Thurman St. 

Portland, Ore. 
Sec. and Treas. Portland Mfg. 
Co., St. Johns, Ore. 



*John William Clemmer 
Edward Russell McNeill 



Class of 1888 

Student Hampton, la. 

Died February 29, 1888 
Civil Engineer Havre, Mont. 

Resident Engineer Great Northern Ry. 



Class of 1889 

Edward Marechal McCeney Physician Dubuque, la. 

M.D., Ph.G. Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 



MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF 
TECHNOLOGY 

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

Founded in i86i First Class Graduated in 1868 

A Non-Sectarian Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

civil engineering mining and geology 

chemical engineering mechanical engineering and 

architecture applied mechanics 

literature and political physics and electrical engi- 

ECONOMY NEERING 

mathematics modern languages 

NAVAL architecture CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY 

STATISTICS 

Amount of endowment ..... $4,000,000.00 

Productive funds ---...- 1,855,050.00 
Receipts from all sources, 1899-1900 - - - 347,132.00 

Tuition -...-... 200.00 

Number of volumes in library - . . . . 53,851 

Number of professors and instructors ... - 181 

Number of students in attendance . - . - - 1,277 

Women are admitted. 

ALPHA THETA CHAPTER 

Founded March 22, 1882 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Chi Phi, 1889; Alpha Tau Omega (inactive), 1885-86; Phi Gamma Delta, 1889; 
Delta Psi, 1889; Theta Xi, 1889; I^elta Tau Delta (inactive), 1889; Theta Delta Chi 
(inactive), 1890-92; Delta Upsilon, i8gi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1892; Phi Beta Epsilon, 
1890; Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1890. 



309 



ALPHA THETA CHAPTER 

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 



Class of 1883 



Winthrop Alexander 
Herbert Tyler Bardwell 

B.S. 
Thomas Coleman du Pont 



Architect 
Civil Engineer 

Railroading 

Frederick Oberlin Harriman Civil Engineer 

B.S. 
Josiah Pierce, Jr. 

Assoc. King's Col., London, 187^ 

B.A., Emanuel Col., Cambridge 
Eng., 1882 

M.A., Cambridge Univ., Eng., i? 



Boston, Mass. 
Springfield, Mass. 

37 Woodside Ave. 
Wilmington, Del. 

808 Broome St. 
Jatilipan, Istmode 

Tehuantepec, Mexico 
Civil Engineer Washington, D. C. 

Prof. Ap7jlied Geometry in Colum- 1325 Mass. .\ve., N.VV. 

bian Univ. 
Asst. Prof. Civil Engineering in 
) Catholic Univ. 

Engineer Great Falls Povi^er Co. 



Harry Furlong Baldwin 
B.S. 

Daniel Alexander Campbell 

B.S. 
Edgar Curtis Hillyer 
Frank Fisk Johnson 

George Frederick Lull 

B.S. M.S., Univ. of Maine, 18S 



William Albert Chapman 



Heywood Cochran 

B.S. 
♦Robert Beatty Moore 



Class of 1884 

Civil Engineer 

Chief Engineer Chicago & Alton 
Railroad 
Civil Engineer 

Civil Engineer 
Banker 

President First National Bank 
Chemist 

Superintendent of Oronoke Pulp 
and Paper Mill 

Class of 1885 

Engineer 

Superintendent of Public In- 
struction 
President New Mexico Edu- 
cational Association 
City Engineer 
Agent 



Chicago, 111. 

402 North State St. 

fDenver, Col. 

Newport News, Va. 
Wallace, Idaho 

WestGreatWorks,Me. 



Raton, N. M. 



Date of death unknown 



Johnstown, Pa, 
Louisville, Ky. 



Joseph Fox Bodwell 

Joseph S, Boss 

Harry Baker Merriam 
B.S. 

John Howard McCourtney 
Alfred Irene du Pont 



Class of 1886 

Manufacturer 

President Hallowell Granite 
Works 

Member State Legislature 
Manufacturer 

Civil Engineer 

Division Engineer Chicago & 
Great Western R. R. 

Real Estate 



Manufacturer 
310 



Hallowell, Me. 



New London, Conn. 

34 Broad St. 
Des Moines, la. 

853 i6th St. 

Chicago, 111. 

401-02 Chamber of Com- 
merce 
Wilmington, Del. 



MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 



Arthur Sewall Percy- 
Frederick William Putnam 
Theodore Stebbins 

B.S. 
William Mode Taylor 



David Van Alstine 

B.S. 
*Charles Wood 

B.S. 



Merchant 

Merchant 
Electrical Engineer 

With General Electric Co. 
Manufacturer 

Delegate to 19th Grand Chapter 

Pres. of Chandler & Taylor Co. 
Engineer 

Master Mechanic C. G. W. Ry. 
Civil Engineer 

Died November 28, 1895 



Boston, Mass. 

53 State St. 
Waterville, N. Y. 
Schenectady, N. Y, 

20 Union St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

740 \\ . Washington St. 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Cincinnati, O. 

200 W. Fourth St. 



Walter Claudius Brace 

B.S. 
Albert Dean Currier 

B.S., Northwestern Univ., 1884 
Edgar Asa Frost 
Frederick Putnam Gulliver 

Guy Kirkham 



Clary Ray 

Henry Maynadier Steele 
Charles Heath Vinton 



Class of 1887 
Consulting Mining Engineer 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 15th Grand Chapter 
Civil Engineer 
Engineer 

With U. S. Geological Survey 
Architect 

Fellow American Institute of 
Architects 

President Springfield Architec- 
tural Club 
Artist 

Civil Engineer 
Capitalist 



Denver, Col. 

Col. Nat. Bk. Bldg. 
Chicago, 111. 
103 Adams St. 

Chillicothe, O. 
fWashington, D. C. 

Springfield, Mass. 
33 Lyman St. 



Washington, D. C. 

1200 iSth St. N.W. 
jNew York, N. V. 
Denver, Col. 

721 E. & C. Bldg. 



Nathaniel Ingersoll Bowditch 
Edward Webster Herrick 
B.S. 

Alexander Herman Jarecki 

Frank Marion Ladd 

Frank lyn Bell Meade 

Frederick Hunter Muhlenberg 

James Stuart Newton 



Maurice du Pont 
John Stites Ray 

B.S. 
Victor Ray 

M.D. 
Clarence Browning Vorce 

B.S. 

Julian Valette Wright 
Ph.B., Vale, 1889 



Class of 1888 
Engineer 

Manufacturer 

Jarecki Manufacturing Co. 
Contractor 

Architect 

Architect 



Merchant 

Vice Pres. and Treas. Mass. Screw 

Co. 
Treas. H. T. & W. R. R. Co. 



Southboro, Mass. 
New York, N. Y. 

W. Broadway and 
Houston Sts. 
Erie, Pa. 

305 W. Sixth St. 
New London, Conn. 

204 Bank St. 
Cleveland, O. 

731 Garfield Building 
Reading, Pa. 

225 Douglas St. 
Boston, Mass. 

30 Central St. 



Manufacturer 
Civil Engineer 



Wilmington, Del. 
Colorado Springs, Col, 



Cincinnati, O. 
Farmington, Conn, 



Oculist and Aurist 

Oculist to Ophthalmic Hosp. 
Civil Engineer 

Vice-Pres. Conn. Society of Civil 
Engineers 
ConsultingandMiningEngineerChicago, 111. 

Chicago Club 



Arthur Francis Bardwell 

Charles Hammond Cromwell 
B.S. 



Class of 1889 

Inventor Boston, Mass. 

With Bardwell Votoimeter Co., i!;2 Massachusetts Ave, 

Park Row Bldg., New Vork City 
Merchant Baltimore, Md. 

925 St. Paul St. 



312 



ALPHA THETA CHAPTER 



William Henry Merrill, Jr. 
Frank Livermore Pierce 



Fred Walter Ranno 
B.S. 

Charles Lyon Simpson 



N. P. A. Carter 
Edward Preiss Palmer 

Paul Haddock Tracy 



Secretary Chicago, 111. 

Of Underwriters' Laboratories 67 2ist St. 

Manufacturer New York, N. Y. 

Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Chelsea Richmond Hill, 434 

Jute Mills, 33 W. Union Sq. Elm St. 

Grand Praetor of Ninth Province, 
1897-99 
Engineer Bedford, Ind. 

Maintenance of Way,iSouthern 
Indiana Ry. 
Real Estate Kansas City, Kans. 

610 Minnesota Ave. 

Class of 1890 

Electrical Contractor Springfield, Mass. 

Insurance Richmond, Va. 

Secretary Mutual Assurance 1014 E. Main St. 

Society 

Physician New York, N. Y. 
Medical Inspector N. Y. Board 469 W. 15th St. 

of Education 



Arthur Dillon 
Elbridge Eastman Duncan 
Ambrose Porter Gaines 
Otto Germer 



Herbert Emerson Hathaway 

B.S. 
John Ashley Highlands 

B.S., Harvard. 1893 
Eugene Albe Holmes 

LL.B., Boston Univ., 1895 
Fred Charles Jarecki 



Charles Henry Muhlenberg 
Calvin Barton Pratt 



Bryant Willard 
LL.B. 



Class of 1891 
Architect 
Banker and Broker 



Merchant 

President Triple State Natural 
Gas & Oil Co. 

With Waldrich Bleachery Co. 
Electrician 

Attorney at Law 

Manufacturer 

Ass't Treasurer Jarecki Manufac- 
turing Co. 

Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 
Architect 

Engineer 

Chief Engineer Boston Metropoli 
tan Sewerage Commission 
Attorney at Law 



New York, N. Y. 

1601 Nassau St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

211 Union St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

119 N. Spruce St. 
Erie, Pa. 

538 W. 6th St. 

Delawanna, N. J. 

Albany, N. Y. 
192 Lark St. 
Caribou, Me. 



Erie, Pa. 



Reading, Pa. 

413 Oley St. 
Jamaica Plains, Mass. 
14 Park Lane 

New York, N. Y. 
132 Nassau St. 



Edmund Lathrop Andrews 



Charles Perkins Cogswell, Jr. 

B.S. 
John Andrew Curtin 

B.S. LL.B., Boston Univ. 
Meredeth Poindexter Gentry 

Hillman 
William Robert Kales 

B.S. 
Wallace Eugene McCaw 

. B.S. 
James Scott Parrish 

B.S. 



Class of 1892 

Electrical Engineer 

With American Telephone and 
Telegraph Co. 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 
Civil Engineer 

Attorney at Law 



Chicago, 111. 
3543 Lake Ave. 



Chicago, 111. 

164S Old Colony Bldg. 
Boston, Mass. 

545 Tremont Bldg. 



Cadiz, Ky. 
Engineer Detroit, Mich. 

Chief Engineer Whitehead's Kales 
Manufacturer Macon, Ga. 

Pres. McCaw Manufacturing Co. 
Manufacturer Richmond, Va. 

Ass't General Manager Richmond 928 W. Franklin St. 
Cedar Works 



MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY S^S 



Murray Warner 

Samuel Washington Weis 



Channing McGregory Wells 
Edward Payson Whitman 
Harry Nye Williams 



Chicago, 111. 

1490, 84 Van Buren St. 
Cotton Factor New Orleans, La. 

Trustee of Eye, Ear, Nose and 

Throat Hosp. 
Treas. Municipal Improvement 

Assn. ^ -r, 

Treas. La. State Soc. Prevention 

Crueltv to Animals 
Member'N. O. Cotton Exch. and 
Board of Trade 
Manufacturer 

Director of American Optical Co. 
Architect Boston, Mass. 

With Whitman & Hood 62 Devonshire St. 

C\erk Buffalo, N. Y. 

Chief Clerk N. Y. C. & St. L. R.R. Flat 7 "Wellesley 



Southbridge, Mass. 



George Richardson Beardsell 

Charles Royce Boss 

M. J. Cromwell 

M.D. ^ , 

William Worcester Cutler 

Frank Finney 

William Henry Fox 

Myron Hunt 

Charles Latham Nutter 

B.S. 
Francis M. Southard 

Walter Herbert Vorce 



Class of 1893 

Manufacturer . ^^''''l^^^f: v^.r. 

13 Prescott Place 

New London, Conn. 

34 Broad St. 

Physician Baltimore, Md. 

■' 516 Park Ave. 

Merchant Brookline, Mass. 

Director and Ass't Secretary East- Clinton Road 

ern Drug Co. , , 

Manufacturer Stoughton, Mass. 

Manager Patent Adjustable Stroke 

Pump Company ,, -mt 

Lowell, Mass. 
With New England Telephone and 3S2 E. Merrimack St. 
Telegraph Company 
Architect 



Engineer 

Supt. Carver Cotton Gin Co. 



Ass't Superintendent of Signals, 
New York Central R. R. 



Chicago, 111. 

125 Lasaile St. 
East Bridgewater, 

Mass. 
New York, N. Y. 

II Broadway 
Rochester, N. Y, 

21 Upton Park 



Charles Reay Knapp 

B.S. , , 

Charles Eastman Lockwood 

John Shelley Pechin 
John Stafford White 



Harry Stevens Button 

B.S., Univ. of California, 1S94 
James Humphreys 

Harry Jordan Sheafe 

Henry H. K. Sheridan 

Richard G. B, Sheridan 
B.S. 



Class of 1894 

Engineer 



Pres. and Mgr. Gordon Battery 
Company 



Pittsburg, Pa. 

51 Water St. 
New York, N. Y. 
9-13 Laight St. 

jCleveland, Ohio 

587 Prospect St. 
IGrand Rapids, Mich. 



Class of 1895 

Engineer San Francisco, Cal. 

° 2S07 Pacific Ave. 

Electrical Engineer Dedham, Mass. 

9 Marsh St. 

jyiiner Seattle, Wash. 

Superintendent Bell Mine, British Queen Anne Hill 
Columbia ,^ ^ ^ 

Kent, O. 
Sec. and Treas. Seneca Chain Co. ,^ 1 j 

European Engineer London, England 

With Brown Hoisting Machinery 39 Victoria St. 

Co. 



SH 



ALPHA THETA CHAPTER 



Frederick William Coburn 

G. K, Compton 
C. E. Foss 

Harry Dustan Rawson 

B.S. 
Edwin H. Roberts 

B.S. 



Class of 1896 

Merchant Lowell, Mass. 

793 Merrimack St. 
■fParis, France 
Lowell, Mass. 
With Lampton Cash Railway Co. Stevens & VVestford Sts. 
Architect Des Moines, la. 

61S Walnut St. 
Engineer Perry Park, Col. 

With Perry Park Stucco and Sand 
Plaster Company 



Edward Rudolph Heissler 

Harry Burleigh Hunt 

B.S. 
Farley Osgood 



Charles Bodwell Paine 
B.S. 

Lucius Spaulding Tyler 

B.S. 
Ernest Woodyatt 

B.S. 



Class of 1897 



Chief Draughtsman 

With Erie Railroad Company 
Telephone Engineer 

With-N. Y. & N.J. Telephone 
Company 

With Mount Waldo Granite 
Works 
Electrical Engineer 

Architect 

With D. H. Burnham 



Chicago, 111. 

4427 Grand Boulevard 
Susquehanna County, 

Pa. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

81 Willoughby St. 

Augusta, Maine 
76 State St. 

Boston, Mass. 

152 Strath more Rd. 
Evanston, 111. 

231 Dempster St. 



Dickson Queen Brown 
B.S. A.B., Princeton, 1895 

Ralph Sewall Farwell 

Finlay Forbes Ferguson 

B.S. A.B., Hampden-Sidney Col 

1895 

Albert Webster Gray 

Lewis A. Hayden 

B.S. 
Harrison Nesbit 

LL.B., National Univ. 

James Francis Sickman 



Class of 1898 

New York, N. Y. 

Director Tidewater Oil Company, 160 West 59th St. 

12 Broadway 



Chicago, 111. 

4846 Kenwood Ave. 

Norfolk, Va. 

372 Freemason St. 

Dorchester, Mass. 

68 Stanley St. 
Cripple Creek, Col. 



Walter Gustave Zimmermann 
S.B. 



Assistant Secretary Oakwoods 
Cemetery Association 
Architect 

, Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Architect of Carpenter, Breese & 
Ferguson 

Civil Engineer 

Mining Engineer 

Attorney at Law 

Deputy Collector of Internal 
Revenue 

Civil Engineer Holyoke, Mass. 

Inspector U. S. Engineer's Office, 215 Oak St. 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
Mechanical Engineer Chicago, 111. 

Member Executive Com. N. W. 619 Cleveland Ave. 

Alumni Assn. of M. I. T. of 
Chicago 



Washington, D. C. 
1462 Binney St., N.W 



James Seel Gill 

Henry Brown Graham, Jr. 

James Thomas Harahan, Jr. 

Charles Frank Harwood 
William Abbott Hazard 



Class of 1899 

Manufacturer Ludlow, Vt. 

Superintendent Ludlow Woolen Mills 

St. Louis, Mo. 
With Graham Paper Company 5720 Von Versen Ave. 

Chicago, 111. 
Western Representative of Charles 5126 Washington Ave. 
Scott Spring Company 
Mechanical Engineer Warren, Mass. 

With Slater Engine Company 
Civil Engineer Des Moines, la. 

Supt. Widell & Co., Contractors, 1311 Ninth St. 

Mankato, Minn. 



MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Robert Grant Holabird 

Superintendent Holabird & Roche 
Architects 

Washington, D. C 



315 



Guy Magee, Jr. 



John Abbet Walls 

B.S. 
Frank Albert Werner 



George D. Atwood 
B.S. 

John Elliott Le Bosquet 



Stephen Pearson Brown 

Robert Hodgen Clary 

B.S. 
William Rawson Collier 

B.S. 
William Barlow Dwight 

Clifford Robson Hammond 

B.S. 
Barton Haselton 



George Augustus Tweedy 
B.S. 



Chicago, 111. 
Superintendent Holabird & Roche, 1618 Monadnock Bldg. 
Architects 
Engineer 

U. S. Government Engfineer 

Isthmian Canal Com. 
Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Electrical Engineer 

With Hydraulic Power Co. 
Artist 



Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

750 Main St. 
Akron, Ohio. 

530 W. Market St. 



Class of 1900 



Ass't to Henry M. Buckley, 141 
Broadway 

Sec. and Gen. Mgr. of Le Bosquet 

Coal and Mining Co., Hughes, 

I. Terr. 

Mill Engineer 

Firm of Collier & Brown 
Mining Engineer 

Electrical Engineer 

Firm of Collier & Brown 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 
no St. Felix St. 

Shawnee, Okla. 



With General Electric Co. 
Manufacturer 

Manager Rome Seamless Tube 
Works 
Mining Engineer 

Field Assistant California State 
Mining Bureau 



Atlanta, Ga. 

296 Rawson St. 
Seattle, Wash. 

1410 Belmont Ave. 
Atlanta, Ga. 

296 Rawson St. 
Evanston, 111. 

1323 Davis St. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

54 Seneca St. 
Rome, N. Y. 

118 West Garden St. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Ferry Bldg. 



Charles A. Bolles 



Harle Oren Cummins 
Joseph Dean Evans 
Leon Rhodes Thurlow 



Frank Bates Walker 
C.E., Univ. of Minnesota 



Class of 1901 

Manufacturer 

Treasurer of Brownstown Manu 

facturing Company 
Secretary andTreasurer of Browns- 
town Plow Beam & Lumber Com- 
pany 
Student and Author 



Brownstown, Ind. 



Civil Engineer 



With Engineering Dept. Mass. 
State Board of Health 
Civil Engineer 

Assistant Engineer Great North- 
ern Railroad 



Charles Richard Woodhull Civil Engineer 



Montpelier, Vt. 

54 College St. 
Lowell, Mass. 

Wilder St. 
Brookline, Mass. 

The Sewall 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
3041 Chicago Ave. 

Monroe, N. Y. 



Harry Beaver Canby 

A.B., Denison Univ., i8g8 
Archibald Hyde Ehle 
Thomas Witherbee Foote 

Theodore Victor Fowler 

Thayer Prescott Gates 

Edward Colville Reeder 



Class of 1902 

Student 

Engineer 
Student 

Student 

Student 



Student 



S.B and E.M., Mich. Col. of Mines 



Dayton, O. 

51 Belmont Ave. 
Faribault, Minn, 
Chicago, 111. 

4842 Washington Ave. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

89 Hodge Ave. 
Lowell, Mass. 

400 E. Merrimack St. 
Calumet, Mich. 



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ALPHA THETA CHAPTER 



Ronald Kennedy Engineer 

B.S., Tulane Univ. 

Mortimer Livingston Nagel 
Charles Sidney Thomas 



Hilo, Hawaii 



Student Buffalo, N. Y. 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 581 Delaware Ave. 

Student Denver, Col. 

1609 Sherman Ave. 



Charles Stinchfield Cole 

Charles Wickersham Elmer 

Ralph Curtis Jordan 

Lucius Blaine McKelvey 
John Howard Pew 

B.S. Grove City College 
James Sheafe Student 

Edward Cutter Thompson Student 



Class of 1903 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 
Student 



Class of 1904 



Barr Cushing Averill Student 

John Shober Burrows Student 

Thorton Merriweather Gilmer Student 

Walter Bruce Greeves Student 

Norman Frederick Kerr Student 

Herman William Lackman Student 

Robert Downing Patterson Student 

James Murray Scott Student 

Harold Walter Sherrill Student 



Detroit, Mich. 

34 Davenport Place 
Baltimore, Md. 

1701 W. Lafayette Ave. 
Columbus, Ga. 

745 Broad St. 

Youngstown, O. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

715 N. Highland Ave. 
Seattle, Wash. 
Dorchester, Mass. 

697 Columbia Road 



Beaumont, Texas 
Baltimore, Md. 

1303 Charles St. N. 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

9th South St. 

Beaumont, Texas 
Brookline, Mass. 

106 Thorndike St. 
Glendale, O. 
New York. N. Y. 

2W. 51st St. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Stanton St. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

75 Washington St. 



Sidney Atmore Caine 

John Charles Daly 

LeRoy Bernard Faymonville 



Edgar L. Meyer 

William Clements Rinearson.Jr. Student 

Henry Harding Russell Student 



Class of 1905 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



Louisville, Ky. 

, 37 St. James Ct. 
Roxbury, Mass. 

47 Townsend St. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

2411 Broadway 
St. George, Bermuda 
Hamilton, O. 
Brookline, Mass. 

60 Park St. 



THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY 

COLUMBUS, OHIO 

Founded March 12, 1870 First Class Graduated in 1878 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGIATE LAW 

PHARMACY veterinary MEDICINE 

ENGINEERING AGRICULTURE 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds . - . . $2,300,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus . . - . 200,000.00 

Amount of endowment - - - - - 559,000.00 

Value of productive funds . . . . - 559,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 325,000.00 

Tuition in college department ----- 15.00 

Number of volumes in library .... 35>°oo 

Number of professors and instructors - - - - 126 

Number of students in attendance - - - - i>45° 

Women are admitted and constitute about one-seventh of the attendance. 

ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER 

Founded April 21, 1882. 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Gamma Delta, 1878; Phi Kappa Psi, 1880; Chi Phi, 1883; Phi Delta Theta, 
1883; Beta Theta Pi, 1885; Sigma Nu, 1891; Alpha Tau Omega, 1892; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, 1892; Delta Tau Delta, 1894; Kappa Sigma, 1895; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
1888; Kappa Alpha Theta, 1892; Pi Beta Phi, 1894; Delta Delta Delta, 1896; Phi 
Delta Phi, 1893; Beta Phi Sigma, 1896; Alpha Zeta. 



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OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY 



John Coates Eastman 



Jesse Claude Marquardt 

Ph.G., Phil. Col. of Phar., 18S7 
Henry Kirk Terry 

George Ransom Twiss 
B.S. 



Class of 1885 

Journalist 

Business Manager of tfie Chicago 
American 
Chemist 

Sec. of Pacific Art Tile Co. 
Accountant 

Teacher 

Head of Science Dept., Central 

High School 
Delegate to 15th Grand Chapter 



Chicago, 111. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
60 Washington St. 
Columbus, O. 

Cleveland, O. 

56 Mayfield Road 



James Otis Ballard 

A. B., Lafayette Col., 1886 
*Edward Dowsett 

Osmond Monroe Hoge 
Joseph Emery Huston 

Ernest Thomas Laundon 
Frank Miller 



Otto Schroll 

C.E. 
Horace Prescott Smith 

B.S. 



Class of 1886 



Student 

Died March, 1899 
Civil Engineer 
Manufacturer 

Sec. Connersville Blower Co. 
Vessel Manager 

Attorney at Law- 
Owner and Manager Crestline 
Live Stock Feeding Station 

Civil Engineer 

Supt. W. T. Ry. Co. 

Merchant 



Tarleton, O. 

Honolulu, H. L 

Cambridge, O. 
Connersville, Ind. 

Cleveland, O. 
Crestline, O. 

Wheeling, W. Va. 
Adams Mills, O. 



George William Beatty 

Charles Q. Davis 

Robert Hazlett 
C.E. 



Franz Seigel Martin 

M.D., Starling Med. Col., 1886 
Ira Harris Miller 

A.B., Williams Col., 1888 
Thomas Clifford Morris 
Amor William Sharp 

LL.B. M.D., Columbus Med. Col 
1889 
George Frederick Weidner 

Ph.G. 



Class of 1887 

Columbus, O. 
With Central Ohio Paper Company 1084 Franklin Ave. 
Delegate to i6th Grand Chapter 
Merchant Columbus, O. 

Vice-Pres. of Southern Coal and 
Transportation Co. 

Civil Engineer Wheeling, W. Va. 

Engineer for Ohio County City Bank Bldg. 

Chief Engineer Pan Handle Traction 
Co. 

Member City Council 
Physician Napoleon, O. 



Merchant 
Attorney at Law 



Chemist 



Columbus, O. 

Woodsfield, O. 
Columbus, O. 
1262 E. Main St. 

Columbus, U. 



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319 



Chester Hardy Aldrich 

A.B. 
Ernest Judson Craft 
Charles Agnew Crowell 
Howard Thompson Garrett 
Harry Morton Gates 

Edward Crum Grant 
Harry Hedges 

A.B. 
Arthur Theodore Heath 

Ph.G. 
George Brunson Monypeny 
Howard Napoleon Thompson 

Ph.B. 
Allen Winthrop Williams 



George McNeil Angier 

Joseph Franklin Bowers 

M.D. 
Harry Robert Hall 

E.M. 
Frederick B. Hamilton 
David Roberts Hancock 

Ph.G., M.D. 
Walter Beebe Norris 

Ferdinand Button Stidham 



William Vallaint Kellogg 

M.D., Starling Med. Col. 

*Charles Casper Oviatt 



Class of 18 

Teacher 

Clergyman 
Photographer 
Civil Engineer 
Civil Engineer 



Traveling Salesman 

Druggist 

Manufacturer 
Journalist 

Manufacturer 

Class of 1889 

Electrical Engineer 

Pine Ridge Road 
Surgeon 

Manufacturer 

Manager of Blast Furnace 
Mechanical Draughtsman 
Physician 

Advertising 



Class of 1890 
Physician 

Salesman 

Date of death unknown 
Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 



Ulysses, Neb. 

Gustavus, O. 
tMt. Vernon, O, 
Columbus, O. 
Columbus, O. 
47 E. 8th .\ve. 
Springfield, O. 
Springfield, O. 

Cuyahoga Falls, O. 

Zanesville, O. 
Washington, D. C. 

The Olympia 
Columbus, O. 

41 S. Monroe St. 



Waban, Mass. 

Denver, Col. 
Barth Block 
Parryville, Pa. 

Youngstown, O. 
Columbus, O. 

Columbus, O. 

Richelieu 

fNew Britain, O. 



fColumbus, O. 
Columbus, O. 



Franklin Henry Gale 

LL.B., Univ. of Mich. M.L.B. 

Frank Washburn Jennings 

George Elmer McCuUoch 

B.S. 
Jewett Norris 
David Tod Rov 

C.E. 



Class of 1891 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 21st and 22d Grand 
Chapters 
Civil Engineer 

Attorney at Law 

Real Estate Agent 
Mine Operator 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 



Columbus, O. 
309 S. High St. 

Columbus, O. 

172 N. VVashington St. 
Vinita, I. T. 

■fColumbus, O. 
fMusera, Tex. 



William White Brown 

A.B. 
William Lloyd Evans 

B.S., M.S. 

Russell Kilbourne 
Raymond H. Kinnear 
Joseph Drake Potter 



Class of 1892 

Journalist 

Teacher 

Delegate to 20th Grand Chapter 

Manufacturer 

Kilbourne & Jacobs 
Manufacturer 

Kinnear Mfg. Co. 
Manufacturer 

With Kilbourne & (acobs 

Col. 4th Infty. Ohio Nat'l Guard 



Chillicothe, O. 

46 N. Fourth St. 
Colorado Springs, 
Colo. 

High School 
Columbus, O. 

604 Town St. 
Columbus, O. 

98 Butler Ave. 
Columbus, O. 

62c E. Town St. 



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ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER 
Class of 1893 



Charles E. Kilbourne, Jr. 
William H. Krumn 
Guy R. Williams 
LL.B., 1895 



Attorney at Law- 
State's Atty. Mason County 
Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 



tSt. Augustine, Fla. 
fColumbus, O. 
Havana, 111. 



Charles William Davis 

M.E. 
Austin Peter Gillen 

Pearle Merrill Griffith 
Ph.B., Univ. of Chicago 
William Edwards Haseltine 



Class of 1894 

Mining Engineer 
Undertaker 

U. S. Consul 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Electrical Engineer 

With Holtzer-Cabot Elec. Co. 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 



Colorado Springs, 

Colo. 
Youngstown, O. 
314 Arlington St. 
Metamoras, Mex. 

Brookline, Mass. 



Lyman Beecher 

Frank Haas 

Luther Beman Thomas 



Class of 1895 



Banker 

Cashier Vinton Banking Co. 



Hillsboro, O. 
Dayton, O. 
Vinton, O. 



J. B. Rogers 

Charles Lyman Wood 



John Fergus Lindsay 



John A. McGrew 
C.E. 



Class of 1896 

Youngstown, O. 
Bellevue, Pa. 
With Sales Dept. American Steel 63 Sheridan Ave. 
Hoop Co., Carnegie Bldg., Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 
Student Salemville, O. 

In Medical Dept. Western Reserve 
Univ. 

Logansport, Ind. 
With Pa. R. R. Co. 



Julius Theobold 
E.E. 



Class of 1897 

Salesman Ashley-on-Hudson, 

Mgr. Station of Locomobile Co. of N. Y. 

America 
Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 



William Clarence Dakin 

LL.B. 
Ellis Oliver Jones 

A.B., Yale Col., 1899 
Dan Moore MacDonald 



Melvin H. Stover 



Edward Harrison Allen 

LL.B. A.B., 1896 
George N. Barrere 
John F. Butler 

Charles Pearl Harris 
Ph.B. 



Class of 1898 

Attorney at Law 

Mayor of Sabina, O. 
Capitalist 

Publisher Columbus Press 
Student 

Attending Starling Med. Col. 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 



Class of 1899 
Attorney at Law 
Bank Clerk 



Traveling Salesman 

With Natl. Cash Register Co. 



Sabina, O. 

Columbus, O. 

14 S. 18th St. 
Kennelworth, W. Va. 

Sabina, O. 



Lena, O. 

Columbus. O. 
Austin, Texas 

Box 687 
Seattle, Wash. 

407 Washington Blk. 



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331 



Fred James Jeffrey 

B.s. 
Emmet Lacey 

Thomas Jefferson Smith 



Teacher 

Reporter 

Electrician 



Prop, of Electric Light and Power 
Plant 



Canal Dover, O. 

Columbus, O. 

The Dennisson 
New Lexington, O. 



Granville Barrere 
Lloyd Parsons DeGolley 
Walter Morgan Fickes 

E.M. 
Herbert Quinton Jones 

E.E. 
Thomas Yates McCray, Jr. 
Louis Tucker Peck 

Winfred Whittington Polk 



Louis A. Feibel 
Rollo St. Clair Frame 

James G. Westwater 
George F. Whittemore 



Paul Hardy 

Howard Thomas Lockwood 
James Francis McGarry 
Franklin Albert Shotwell 



W. Frank Alexander 
Willis Whittier Case 
James Earl Coad 
Oliver Perry Doty, Jr. 
James S. Fulton 
Charles Foster Leeper 

George Simcoe 

Charles Granville Souder 

Stanley R, Smith 
Manuel C. Whittick 



John Chowning Ashburn 
Bruce Armstrong Brandon 
Alan De Grief Knisely 

Alex S. Rochester 
Harry Raymond Sykes 



Class of iQOO 

Attorney at Law 

Student 

Manufacturer 

Superintendent of Brick Works 
Draughtsman 

With American Bridge Co. 
Attorney at Law 



Class of 1901 

Attorney at Law 
Student 

Student 



Class of 1902 
Student 

Student 
Student 
Student 

In Law Dept. 

Class of IQ03 

Student 

Student 

Cashier of Farmers' Bank 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Student 
Student 

Bank Cashier 



Class of 1904 

Student 
Student 
Student 

In Medical Dept. Univ. of Mich. 
Student 
Student 



Hillsboro, O. 
Gallion, O. 
Carnegie, Pa. 

Columbus, O. 

•^3 Douglas St. 
Mansfield, O. 
Staunton, Va. 

Montgomery Hal 
New Vienna, O. 



Hillsboro, O. 
Washington, O. 

47 Main St. 
Columbus, O. 
Keene, O. 



Columbus, O. 
46 S. Sixth St. 
Batavia, O. 
East Liverpool, O, 
Marengo, O. 



Mannington, W. Va. 
Washington, D. C. 
Utica, O. 
Gervais, O. 
Steubenville, O. 
Marietta, O. 

North East, Md. 
Lafavette, Ind, 

i3'S. 7thSt. 
Blancaster, O. 
Kansas City, Mo. 



Batavia, O. 
Prairie Depot, O. 
Lima, O. 

Athens, O. 
Plymouth, O. 



Fleming Harold Crew 



Class of 1905 

Student 



McConnelsville, O. 



BELOIT COLLEGE 

BELOIT, WISCONSIN 

Founded in 1847 

Chartered in 1846 First Class Graduated in 1851 

A Non-Sectarian Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 
collegiate preparatory 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $350,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 50,000.00 

Amount of endowment ----.. 700,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-igoo .... 45,000.00 

Tuition in college department .... 36.00 

Number of volumes in library ..... 28,000 

Number of professors and instructors ... 29 

Number of students in attendance . . , . ^50 

Number in college ...... 230 

Number in academy ...... j2o 

Women are admitted and constitute about thirty per cent of the attendance. 

ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 

Founded November 3, 1882 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, i860; Phi Kappa Psi, 1881 



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BELOIT COLLEGE 



Edward Hall Baker 

A.B. 
Willis Porter Cleveland 

Ph.B. 
William Adams Knapp 

Ph.B. 
Tames Marcus Todd 

M.D., Chicago Med. Col. 
Dura Marshall Woodard 



Class of 1884 
Caterer 
Merchant 
Commission Merchant 

Real Estate 

With Central Realty Co. 
Manufacturer 

Secretary and Treasurer of the 
Kopp-Woodard Co. 



Chicago, 111. 

176 E. Madison St. 
Hyatt, Tex. 

Chicago, 111. 

Medinah Temple Bide. 
New York, N. Y. 

40 Morningside Ave. 
Omaha, Neb. 

1316 Jones St. 



Carlton Munn Bliss 

Ph.B. LL.B., Columbia Col., iS 

Albert Hamilton Curtis 

John Holly Knapp, Jr. 

A.B., Harvard, 1887 



Allen Booth Northrop 

John Ralph Norris 
Clarence S. Pellet 
Ph.B. 

William Henry Rogers 
A.B. 



Class of 1885 

Attorney at Law 

8 

Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

City School Commissioner 

Class of 1886 

Merchant 

Merchant 
Insurance 

Prest. Chicago Underwriters' 
sociation 
Journalist 

Night Editor of the World 



As- 



Denver, Col. 

411 Ernest and Cranmer 
Bldg. 
Dunnville, Wis. 
Menomonie, Wis. 



Racine, Wis. 

845 Main St. 
Ashland, Ore. 
Chicago, 111. 

189 LaSalle St. 

New York City 
130 West 104th St. 



William Grant Ballack 
Herbert Corydon Farr 
Frederic Franklin Norcross 

A.B. LL.B., Harvard Univ., 18 
John S. Ross 



Class of 1887 

Banker 

Miner 

Attorney at Law 

Merchant 

Secretary Galena Business Men's 
Association 



*Charles William Whitehead Superintendent 

Died March 14, iS 



Forest River, N. D, 
Victor, Col. 
Chicago, 111. 

705 Marquette Bldg. 
Galena, 111. 

Janesville, Wis. 



Wallace RoUin Montague 
M.A. 



John Vanderpoole Norcross 
A.B. LL.B., Univ. of Wis., 1893 

Charles Fremont Page 
A.B. 



Class of 1888 

Manufacturer La Crosse, Wis. 

Manager of La Crosse Cracker and 233 S. 19th St. 

Candy Co. 
Secretary and Treasurer La Crosse 
Carriage Co. 
Attorney at Law Chicago, 111. 

72 Marquette Bldg. 

Farmer Edgerton, Wis. 

R. F. D. No. I 

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325 



George Baine Ingersoll 

A.B. M.A., 189-, 

B.L., Univ. of Wis., 1893 
*George Henry Meacham 

B.S., Univ. of Minn.. 1889 
Elmer Babcock Martin 

A.B., Ph.B. 

Charles Copeland Russell 

A.B. LL.B., Univ. of Wis., 1892 

Franklin Jones Tyrrell 
LL.B., Univ. of Wis., 1889 



Herbert Joseph Cunningham 
Ph.B. 

Alexander Everet Matheson 
Ph.D., M.A., 189^ 
LL.B. Univ. of Wis., 1894 



George Marshall Brace 
Arthur Francis Evans 

Willis Clyde Helm 

A.B. 
Robert Taylor Merrill 

A.B. 

Albert Wurts Whitney 
A.B. 

David Riddle Williams 

Karl Henry Van Hovenberg 
A.B., B.L.. Kent Col. of Law, 
Chicago, 1901 



Arthur Lambert Chute 
M.D., Harvard Univ., 1895 



Class of 1889 

Superintendent 

Merchant 

Died Jan. 24, 1890 

Merchant 

Secretary of S. H. Martin Lumber 
Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 

Attorney at Law 
City .Attorney 

Class of 1890 

Insurance 

Secy. Citizens Fire Ins. Co. 

Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 

Lecturer on International Law in 
Beloit College 

Class of 1891 
Teacher 
Attorney at Law 
Merchant 
Miner 



Beloit, Wis. 

Prescott, Wis. 

Chicago, 111. 

Fort Dearborn Bldg. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Room 302, Old Ins. 
Bldg. 
Lake Geneva, Wis, 

116 Maxwell St. 



Janesville, Wis. 
13 Clark St. 

Janesville, Wis. 
56 South Third St. 



Janesville, Wis. 

206 Washington St. 
Chicago, 111. 

381 .Superior St. 

Valley City, N. D. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
116 New Insurance 
Bldg. 



Teacher 

Instructor in Mathematics in 
Univ. of Cal. 
Publisher 

Secretary of St. Louis Bible Society 4429 West Pine St. 
Teacher Chicago, III. 

Teacher in Northwest Division 4S Powell Ave. 
High School 



Berkeley, Cal. 

2630 Haste St. 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Class of 1892 

Physician 

Surgeon Boston Dispensary 
Surgeon Cavney Hospital 

Manufacturer 



Glenville Arthur Dowd 

A.B. LL.B., St. Louis Law School, 
1894 
Joseph Grassie Dudley Attorney at Law 

A.B. 
♦Robert Peckam Eckart Physician 

B.S. M.D., Rush Med. Col. Died August 28, 1895 

Walter Frederick McCabe Physician 

Ph.B. M..A., 1897 Lecturer on Physiology and Lar- 

M.D., Columbia Col. P. & S., 1895 yngology. Wis. Col. of Physicians 

and Surgeons 

James Lester Sexton Manufacturer 

Ph.B. Pres. and Treas. Charlotte Cord 

age Co. 

Class of 1893 

Charles Adelbert Churan Attorney at Law 

A.B. LL.B., Chicago College of 
Law, i8g5 
Jacob William Wright Mines and Stocks 



Boston, Mass. 

103 Mt. Vernon St. 

Beloit, Wis. 



Buffalo, N. Y. 

10S9 Delaware Ave. 
Oak Park, 111. 

Beloit, Wis. 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Chicago, 111. 

1847 Oakdale Ave. 

Colorado Springs, 
Col. 
76-79 Hagerman Bldg. 



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Arthur O. Babbitt 

LL.B., Univ. of Wis., 1893 
Edward Cole Jones 

M.E., Cornell Univ., 1895 

Charles Emerson Feet 

William Henry Woodward 
Ph.B. M.A., 1897 
LL.B., Univ. of Wis., 1896 



Class of 1894 

Steward of St. Charles Hotel 
Civil Engineer 

Geologist 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 



Milwaukee, Wis. 
448 Van Buren St. 
Fort Atkinson, Wis. 

Chicago, 111. 

5327 Madison Ave. 
Watertown, Wis. 



Albert Allison Farley 

A.B., Ph.B. 
Jacob Alexander Falconer 
Georije Field Grassie 

A.B. 
Charles Molesworth Mayne 

John Geddes Randall 

B.S. M.A., 1898 

M.D., Hahnemann Medical Col. 
Henry Alford Roger 

A.B. 
Charles Jenkins Windsor 

A.B. 



Class of 189s 

Teacher 

Supt. Public Schools 
Manufacturer 
Journalist 



General Secretary Y. M. 
Physician 



C. A. 



Watertown, S. D. 

Everett, Wash. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

2S0 35th St. 
Lincoln, Neb. 

13th and P. Sts. 

Monroe, Wis. 



Teacher Madison, Wis. 

Fellow in Philosophy Univ. of Wis. 821 State St. 
Stationer LaGrange, 111. 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 300 South Ashland Ave. 

Secretary Momence Stone Co. 



David Atwood 

B.S., Univ. of Pa., 1898 

George Gould Green 

Ph.B. 
Guy Fred Loomis 

M.A., 1901 
Roy Kendrick Rockwell 

Robert Wells Rogers 
A.B. 

Thornton Ransdall Wheeler 
John Alden White 



Class of 1896 

Journalist Madison, Wis. 

City Editor Wisconsin State Jour- 121 W. Wilson St. 
nal 
Teacher Milwaukee, Wis. 

167 27th St. 
Teacher Waupun, Wis. 

Supervising Principal of Schools 
Banker Beloit, Wis. 

Ass't Cashier L. C. Hyde & Brittan 
Bank 
Minister Chicago, 111. 

Pastor of Lake View Congrega- 1309 Montana St. 
tional Church 
Soldier Auburn, 111. 

Chemist Beloit, Wis. 

721 Park Ave. 



Carl Sears Kennedy 

B.S. M.D., Univ. o'f Mich., 1900 



Class of 1897 
Physician 



Detroit, Mich. 
716 Cass Ave. 



Roy Charles Hecox 

A.B. 
Harry Peck Hinckley 

Edwin Ashton Kinsley 

B.L. 
Elbert Emerson Lochridge 

B.S. . ^ 

Frank Bailey McCuskey 

A.B. 
John Alexander McCaw 

A.B. 



Class of 1898 

Attorney at Law 

Clerk of District Court 

Salesman 

With Armour & Co. 

Manufacturer 

Chemist 

Instructor in Beloit Col. 
Theological Student 

Student 

At Rush Medical Col. 



Denver, Col. 

1549 York St. 
Allegheny, Pa. 

Beloit, Wis. 

604 Bluff St. 
Beloit, Wis. 

721 Park Ave. 
Chicas;o, 111. 

1060 N. Halsted St. 
Chicago, 111. 



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327 



Louis Ross Moore 

A.B. M. A., Princeton Univ. 

Theodore Foster Riggs 
Charles Ernest Read 

ToshihDwight Whitney 
A.B., Yale 

Arthur Hallam Warner 
Fh.B. 



Edmund Enright 
Ph.B. 

Tohn Robert Houliston 

A.B. 
RoUo LuVerne Lyman 

Jacob Ellsworth Owen 

Wilfrid Asa Rowell 

A.B. 
Percy Howard Stevens 



, , rambridee, Mass. 

Social Worker Harvard X" Trowbridge Ter- 

,g Pres.. Prospect Union Harvard 



University Social Settlement 

Medical Student 

Attending Johns Hopkins Univ. 

Teacher . , 

Frin. Brown's Business L-Oi. 

Journalist 

With Evening Post f..^.„^ 
Delegate to 23rd Grand Chapter 

Journalist 

Class of 1899 

Teacher , . 

Instructor in Physiography in 
Joliet High School 

^°"vith James A. Miller & Brother 

Teacher 

Instructor in Pacific University 

Attorney at Law 
518 Home Ins. Bldg. 

'^^^Inlfructor in Oratory, Beloit Col 

Manufacturer 

With Stevens & Deuel Mfg. Co. 



race 
Oahe, S. Dak. 



Rockford, 111. 

605 N. Court St. 
New York, N. Y. 

New York, N. Y. 
318 W. S7th St. 



Joliet, 111. 

118 Lincoln St. 

Chicago, III. 

1262 West Monroe St. 

Forest Grove, Ore. 

Chicago, 111. 

2386 North 42d Ave. 
Beloit, Wis. 

Rockford, 111. 

317 North Court St. 



Neil Bosworth 
George Wilbur Dudley 
George Wilson Fenton 

Henry Raymond Mussey 

A.B. 
Frank Holden Meadows 

R S 

TohnWalter McQueen 

A.B. 
William Taylor Whitney 

James Lyman Whitney 
B.A.. Yale, 1901 



Edwards Bennett Brown 

Edgar Lathrop Cotting 

Harvey Hayes Lockridge 

Edward Amos Purdy 

Lucius Chapin Porter 

Harry D. Snider 

Von Ogden Vogt 
B.A. 



Class of 1900 

Student 

Life Insurance 

Salesman 

With the Macmillan Uo. 

^Fdlow in Economics, Columbia 
Univ. 
Hotel Clerk 

^^^BosTon & Albany Ticket Agent, 
Cambridge 

Mgr. Cattle Co., "The Woods" 
Medical Student . 

Attending Harvard Univ. 



Elgin, 111. ^ ^ 
623 Highland Ave. 

Janesville, Wis. 
Jackman Blk. 

Chicago, 111. 
281 Park Ave. 

New York, N.Y 

81 Morningside ParK 



Whitewater, 



Wis. 



Cambridge, Mass. 
41A Irving St: 

Dawson, New* Mexico 
Branford, Conn. 



Class of 1901 



^ , , Beloit, Wis. 

Student n,„fPhv=;and 704 Park Ave, 

Attending Wis. Col. of Phys. ana /"4 

Surg. Beloit, Wis. 

Life Insurance ^^i Park Ave. 

^ u Iowa City, la. 

T.eacher . , ti„;,. on Rurlinsiton St. 

Instructor in Chemistry, Iowa Ur^-'^.^^^'^^Burl ^>^ ^.^^_ 

Student . < n.„„ 28 S. loth St. 

Attending Univ. of Minn. ^^^^-^ ^^^_ 

Teacher ^^. College Ave. 

S d nt Golden, Col. 

^ ^^t'^tending Col. School of Mines ^^^^.^^ ^^^.^ 

Traveling Secy, of Beloit Col. loio'Park Ave. 

Delega^f to 24th Grand Chapter 



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ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 



Robert Leland Brown 
Lindsay Alexander Beaton 
Ralph Seymour Greene 



Class of 1902 

Student 

Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Merchant 



DeCourcy Marcellus Pollock Civil Engineer 



Beloit, Wis. 

704 Park Ave. 
Chicago, III. 

437 Belden Ave, 
Vinita, I. T. 
St. Paul, Minn. 

141 Pleasant St. 



Class of 1903 



Merle Theron Adkins 
Ralph Babbitt 
Paul Howard Chapman 
Frank Edson Cronkhite 
Dean Stanley Calland 

Charles Maxwell Dering 

Charles Alvin Emerson, Jr. 

Ernest Phillip Kepple 

Henry Clinton McRae 

William Roscoe Spensley 
Carroll Walter Smith 

Robert Lyman Schadel 



Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 
Student 

Student 



Troy, Wis. 
Beloit, Wis. 
Beloit, Wis. 
Rockefeller, 111. 
Springfield, Mo. 

842 Benton Ave. 
Madison, Wis. 

19 Mendota Court 
Beloit, Wis. 

736 Church St. 

Beloit, Wis. 

745 Milwaukee Rd. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

=,525 Center Ave. 
Galena, 111. 
Waukesha, Wis. 

511 Hartwell Ave. 
Warren, 111. 



Class of 1904 



Park Johnston Bunker 
Walter Bailey Dudley 
Theodore Rush Faville 

George Almon Ford 
Clarence Fremont Hoy 
Charles Hobart Lewis 



Charles Hiram Ferris 
Walter Lewis Ferris 
Lawrence William Hutson 
Fred Osgood Partridge 

Franklin Bliss Snyder 

Howard Hubbell Talbot 
Edward Warner Williams 



Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 
Student 



Class of 1905 



Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 

Student 
Student 



Woodstock, 111. 
West Salem, Wis. 
La Crosse, Wis. 

gig Main St. 
Warren, 111. 
Woodstock, 111. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

ii5g Kinnickinnic Ave, 



Columbus, Wis. 
Columbus, Wis. 
Edgerton, Wis. 
Chicago, III. 

6114 Woodlawn Ave. 
Rockford, 111. 

806 N. Main St. 
De Pere, Wis. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

604 Otjen Ave. 



UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA 

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA 

Founded in 1869 First Class Graduated in 1873 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 



ACADEMIC 


INDUSTRIAL 


LAW 


ART 


MUSIC 


GRADUATE 



STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds . . - . $1,000,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 300,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1901-1903 ... - 307,500.00 

Tuition in college department ----- Free 

Number of volumes in library . - . . . 51,000 

Number of professors and instructors - - - - 128 

Number of students in attendance ----- 2,209 

Women are admitted and constitute about forty per cent, of the attendance. 

ALPHA p;PSILON CHAPTER 

Founded January 11, 1883 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Delta Theta, 1875; Beta Theta Pi, 1888; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1893; Delta 
Tau Delta, 1894; Phi Kappa Psi, 1895; Alpha Tau Omega, 1897; Kappa Sigma, 1897; 
Alpha Theta Chi, 1895; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1884; Kappa Alpha Theta, 1887; Delta 
Gamma, 1888; Delta Delta Delta, 1895; Pi Beta Phi, 1895; Phi Delta Phi, 1895; Delta 
Upsilon, 1898; Phi Gamma Delta, 1898; Phi Beta Kappa, 1895; Sigma Xi, 1897. 



329 



ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER 



UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA 



David Henry Mercer 

A.B. LL.B., Univ. of Mich., i? 



Class of 1880 

Attorney at Law Omaha, Neb. 

Member of Congress Second Dis- 
trict of Nebraska 



Clement Champion Chase 

A.B. 
Edson Prosper Rich 

B.L. 



Daniel Hambleton Wheeler, Jr. Insurance 
B.L. 



Class of 1883 

Editor 

Proprietor Omaha Excelsior 

Attorney at Law 

Regent Univ. of Nebraska 
Asst. Atty. Union Pacific Ry. Co. 



Omaha, Neb. 

213 S. i6th St. 
Omaha, Neb. 



Don Linnasus Clark 
William Henry Lichty 

LL.B. 
Benjamin Frank Marshall 



Hamlin Charles Eddy 

B.L. 
Myron Ellsworth Wheeler 



Byron Whalon Marsh 

Ph.B., Ph.D. 
Frederick Shepherd 

*Frank Arza Wood 



Class of 1884 

Merchant 

Loans and Insurance 

Delegate to 15th Grand Chapter 
Merchant 

Class of 1885 

Attorney at Law 
Merchant 



Class of 1886 
Clergyman 
Attorney at Law 

Student 

Died Nov. 24, 1884 



Omaha, Neb. 



fBoston, Mass, 
Palouse, Wash. 

Omaha, Neb. 



Lincoln, Neb. 

2920 Q St. 

Lincoln, Neb. 

1420 M St. 



Edgar, Neb. 

Lincoln, Neb. 

Q25 C St. 
Omaha, Neb. 



Paul Fenimore Clark 
B.L. M. A., 1898 



Everett Henry Eddy 
William Edwin Hardy 
John Hobbs Mockett, Jr. 



Elmer Anthony Pierce 

M.D. 
*Frank Lewis Wheeler 



Class of 1887 

Attorney at Law Lincoln, Neb 

Speaker Neb. House of Represent- Burr Block 

atives 
Delegate to i6th Grand Chapter 
Grand Praetor Sixth Province, 
1886-1888 
Physician 

Merchant 



Insurance 

Pres. Lincoln City Council 



Member House of Representatives 



Grand Rapids, Mich. 

211 Fountain St. 

Lincoln, Neb. 

1124 O St. 
Lincoln, Neb. 

2447'W St. 



Physician 

Student 

Died Oct. 13, li 

330 



Whitecastle, La. 
Plattsmouth, Neb. 



UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA 



331 



Frederick William Collins 
George Marquis Spurlock 
LL.B., DePauw Univ., 1889 



Class of 1889 
Clergyman 
Attorney at Law 

Member House of Representatives 

Class of 1890 



"fKingsley, la. 
Plattsmouth, Neb. 



Clark Fisher Ansley 

A.B. 
Stephen Clark Langworthy, Jr. Attorney at Law 

A.B., LL.B. 
♦Joseph Hamlin Mallalieu 



Teacher Iowa City, Iowa 

Prof, of English. State Univ. of Iowa 

Seward, Neb. 



William Jeptha Marsh 

A.B. 
Francis Wayland Russell 

B.S. 
Lucius Seymour Storrs 

B.S. 



Attorney at Law 

Died Sept. 14, i8q 
Clergyman 

Clergyman 



Geologist 

Cliief Geologist Northern Pacific 
Ry. Co. 
Hans Theodore Westermann Expert Accountant 

Class of 1891 
Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Grand Praetor Si.xth Province, 
I 894-1 895 



John Martin Fairfield 

Hervey Bryan Hicks 

B.S. LL.B., 1894. 

Norman Widaman Peters 

William Herbert Wheeler 

B.L., LL.B., Columbia Univ., 1901 



William Ellsworth Brook 
B.C.E. M. A., 1896 



Paymaster's Clerk, U. S. A. 

Clerk of Committee on Public 
Buildings and Grounds, House 
of Representatives 

Secy, and Treas. Wooden Pack- 
age Mfg. Co., Omaha, Neb. 

Class of 1892 

Teacher 

Instructor in Mathematics, Univ. 
of Minn. 



Lincoln, Neb. 

Alcester, Neb. 

Marshalltown, la. 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Northern Pac. Ry. Co. 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Lincoln, Neb. 
Chicago, 111. 

1306 Masonic Temple 

Washington, D. C. 

1318 LSt., N.W. 
Washington, U. C. 



Rolland Stanton Bulla 

B.S. 
Henry Allen Shannon 

D.D.S., Chicajjfo Col. of Dental 
Surgery, 1898 

Joseph Reed Shannon 

D.D.S., Western Dental Col., 1897 



Class of 1893 



Minneapolis, Minn. 



Fremont, O. 



Supt. Continental Sugar Co, 
Dentist Lincoln, Neb. 

Prof. Prosthetic Dentistry, Lin- ii36 0St. 
coin Dental Col. 

Pres. Nebraska State Dental Society 
Dentist 



William John Brown 

LL.B. 
John Watson Dixon 

A.B. A.B. at Yale Col., ig 

LL.B., 1896 



Edward Pelton Hayward 

M.D., Col. of Physicians and Sur- 
geons. N.V., 1S94 

Schuyler William Miller 
A.B., M.A., 1898 



Frederick Claire Hebard 

Charles Clarence Pulis 
A.B. 



Weeping Water, Neb. 

Denver, Colo. 
Nebraska City, Neb. 



Class of 1894 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Official Reporter of Second Judi- 
cial Dist. of Neb. 
Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 
Grand Praetor, Si.xth Province, 1892- 
94, 1895-97 
Physician Nebraska City, Neb. 

Sur^'eon in U. S. A. 
Delegate to 20th Grand Chapter 
Teacher Lincoln, Neb. 

Instructor in English, Univ. of Neb. 

Class of 1896 

Electrician 

ist Lieut. U. S. Artillery 



Chicago, 111. 

139 Adams St. 

North Platte, Neb. 



332 



ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER 



Class of 1897 



Charles Sumner Allen 

A.B.. A.M. 
Frank Jasper Gustin 

LL.B. 
Harry Wilferd Doubrava 

B.S. 

Edwin Allen Duff 



Harry Albyn Frank 

LL.B., Cornell Univ., 1898 

David West Hawksworth 
B.S. 

Lawrence Ralph Packard 

A.B. M.D., Northwestern Univ, 
1900 
George Hampton Risser 

LL.B. 
Ralph Cole Saxton 

A.B. 
Clare Cook Young 

B.S., Univ. of S. Cal., 1901 



*Ralph Francis Andrews 

Arthur Alfon Bischof 
A.B. LL.B., 1900 

George Burgert 

B.S.C. 
La Monte Judson Belnap 

B.S. 

George Andrew CuUen 

Bertrand Scott Langworthy 
Clee Walter Tishue 
LL.B. 



Cornelius Burton Cosgrove 

LL.B. 
James Edmond Fechet 

Harry DeWitt Landis 
B.S. LL.B., 1901 



Lewis Roberts Ewart 

LL.B. 
E. Wendell Foster 

John Fitzgerald 
*George Stanley Hellier 

Morris Nathaniel Liebmann 
B.S. 

Vilas Pettigrew Sheldon 

B.S. 
James Franklin Stevens 

M.A., B.S., Classical Sem., 1881 
M.D., Northwestern Univ., il 
Almond Beverly Wells, Jr. 
Earle Albert Wehn 



Attorney at Law 

Member Board of Education 
Attorney at Law 



Lincoln, Neb. 

Burr Block 

Salt Lake City, Utah 
Box 1405 

Electrician New York, N. Y. 

With Bullock-Wagner Electrical 220 Broadway 

Mig. Co. 
Grain Merchant Nebraska City, Neb^ 

Treas. of Duff Grain Co., Nebraska 
City, Neb. 
Attorney at Law Omaha,- Neb. 

Paxton Bldg. 
Chief Draughtsman Detroit, Mich. 

W^ith American Car and Foundry 20 Columbia East 
Co. 
Physician Kearney, Neb. 

, Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 



Lincoln, Neb. 
920 S. i8th St. 
Edgar, Neb. 

Fortuna, Ariz. 



Kearney, Neb. 
Nebraska City, Neb.. 

Nebraska City, Neb.. 
St. Louis, Mo. 



"fChicago, 111. 

Northwestern Univ. 
Kigby, Wyo. 
Seward, Neb. 



Attorney at Law 

Clothing Merchant 

Physician and Surgeon 
La Fortuna Mines 

Class of 1898 

Student 

Died May 27, 1896 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 

Grand Praetor of Sixth Province, 
1899-1901 
Teacher 

Prin. Ashland High School 
Electrician 

With Bullock-Wagner Electrica 
Mfg. Co. 
Medical Student 

Ranchman 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1899 

Merchant Atchison, Kas. 

With Blish, Mize & Silliman Hdw. Co. 

Fort Apache, Ariz. 

ist Lieut. 9th U.S. Cav. 
Attorney at Law Seward, Neb. 

Class of 1900 
Attorney at Law Lincoln, Neb. 

Burr Block 

Student Omaha, Neb. 

Editor Creighton Medical Bulletin Creighton Med. Col. 

Lincoln, Neb. 
Nebraska City, Neb. 
Died Sept. 27, 1897 
Electrician NewYork, N. Y. 

Mgr. Scientific & Electrical Instru- 409 Amsterdam Ave. 
ment Dept., Foote, Pierson & Co. 
Stockman Nehawka, Neb. 

Physician Lincoln, Neb. 

Physician to St. Elizabeth's Hosp. 841 N. 26th St. 
4 Trustee Doane Col. 

Fort Apache, Ariz. 
Musician Beatrice, Neb. 



UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA 



333 



John Maurice Nelson 

Ralph Raxstraw Rainey 
Frank Goodman Rainey 
Maynard Thiers Svvartz 
Leo Byron Stuhr 
B.S. 



Othniel Gaylord Home 
Charles Ambrose Patterson 
Hans Peter Peterson 



Class of 1901 

Chemist 

With State Food Commission 
Student 
Clerk 
Musician 
Chemist 



Class of 1902 

Student 

Bookkeeper 

Student 



Lincoln, Neb. 

Brownville, Neb. 
Tippecanoe City, O. 
Beatrice, Neb. 
Rockford, Col. 



Syracuse, Neb. 
Macon, Ala. 
Elkhorn, Iowa 



Edgar Leonidas Brown 
William Paul Fitzgerald 

DeWitt Hansen 

Howard Raymond Hinshaw 
Robert Dallas Montgomery 
Charles Edgar Shaw 
Archie James Stratton 
Fred Dye Stratton 
James Lloyd Van Burg 



Class of 1903 

Merchant 
Student 

Delegate to 24th Grand Ciiapter 
Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Stenograplier 
Stock Raiser 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



Grand Island, Neb. 
Lincoln, Neb. 

Fairbury, Neb. 

Fairbury, Neb, 
Oak, Neb. 
Alvo, Neb. 
Walioo, Neb. 
Wahoo, Neb. 
Hickman, Neb. 



Class of 1904 



Henry Christopher Arends 
Frederick Hawksworth 
John Anton Kees 

Frank Marshall Millson 
William Chester Saxton 



Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 



Syracuse, Neb. 
Plattsmouth, Neb. 
Beatrice, Neb. 

924 Elk St. 
Lincoln, Neb. 
Hastings, Neb. 

521 Burlington Ave. 



Robert Burg 
Albert J. Coats 

Robbin Philip LeFeber 
John M. Kleckner 
Otto Joseph Schneider 
Jesse Dwight Whitmore 



Class of 1905 

Student 
Physical Director 

Lincoln Y. M.C. A. 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



Grand Island, Neb. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Superior, Neb. 
Auburn, Neb. 
Nebraska City, Neb. 
Valley, Neb. 



STEVENS INSTITUTE OF 
TECHNOLOGY 

HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY 
Founded in 1871 First Class Graduated in 1873 

DEPARTMENTS 
mechanical engineering 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $400,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus ... 60,000.00 

Amount of endowment --.-.- 500,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-igoo .... 63,000.00 

Tuition in college department for residents - - - 150.00 

For non-residents -.....- 225.00 

Number of volumes in library ..... 7,000 

Number of professors and instructors .... 23 

Number of students in attendance - - -■ - - 240 

Women are not admitted. 

ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER 

Founded February 27, 1883. Became inactive in 1891 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Theta Xi, 1874; Delta Tau Delta, 1874; Beta Theta Pi, 1875; Alpha Tau Omega, 
(inactive), 1881-84; Xi Psi, 1883; Xi Phi, 1883 



33s 



Alpha Delta Chapter 

STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 



James Nelson Warrington 
M.E. 



Class of 1883 



Los Angeles, Cal. 
1711 S. Hope St. 



*Walter Carroll 

M.E. 
William Henry Pierce 

M.E. 



Class of 1884 

Mechanical Engineer 

Died Jan. 25, 1887 
Mechanical Engineer 

Mgr. Baltimore Copper Works 



Birmingham, Ala. 

Baltimore, Md. 
Keyser Block 



George Albert Aldrich 

Antonio Aquilera Molina, Jr. 

M.E. 
Walter Clark 

Edward Jerome Cook 
M.E. 

*Martin Grant Lilly 

M.E. 
Frederick August Raht 



Class of 1886 



Engineer 

Manufacturer 

Brick and Drain Tile. 
Electrical Engineer 

Consulting Engineer Cleveland 
City Railway Co. 
Draughtsman 

Died March 2, 1895 
Mill Owner 



San Francisco, Cal. 

Care Wm. B. Dunning, 
530 California St. 
■fPuerto Principe.Cuba 

San Francisco, 19 
Clarksdale, Miss. 

Cleveland, O. 

96 Commonwealth Ave. 

York, Pa. 

Tullahoma, Tenn. 



Archibald Campbell 

Jacob Day Flack 

M.E. 
William Everett Quimby 

M.E. 
Robert K. Reading 



Class of 1887 

Soldier 

Lieut. 3d Artillery 

With Isbell-Porter Co. 
Manufacturer 

Pres. William E. Quimby Inc. 



fGoldspring, N. Y. 

Newark, N. J. 

46 Bridge St. 
New York, N. Y. 

780 Park Ave. 
tAltoona, Pa. 



Frank Wayland Hubbard 
David H. Lopez 

M.E. 
Dudley Telford Lyall 

M.E. 
William Walter Schenck 



Class of 1888 

Machinist 

Mechanical Engineer 
Supt. The Coosaw Co. 
Manufacturer 

Manager 



tTwo Harbors, Minn. 
Beaufort, S. C. 

Passaic, N. J. 

246 Van Hauten Ave. 
New York, N. Y. 



336 



STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 



337 



Charles Prentice Benns 
M.E. 

Fred Taylor Gause 

Alfred Goldsbrough Mayer 
M.E.,S.D.. Harvard Univ. 



Robert Call Oliphant 

M.E. 
William DeWitt Palen 

M.E. 



Yokohama, Japan 



Class of 1889 

Teacher Yonkers, N. Y. 

Instructor in Shop Work, Colum- 18 Landscape Ave. 
bia Univ. 
Manager 

Agent for Standard Oil Co. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Curator of Natural Sciences, Mu- Eastern Parkway 
seum of Brooklyn Inst, of Arts 
and Sciences 
Mechanical Engineer San Francisco, Cal. 

120 Liberty St. 
Engineer Philadelphia, Pa. 

Engineer Philadelphia Textile Ma- 40 E. Washington Lane 
chinery Co. 



♦Edward H, Brodhead 



Class of 1890 
Died Dec. iS, 1900 



Hoboken, N. J. 



George Lincoln Manning 
M.E. 



Class of 1891 

New York, N. Y. 
Attending University of Berlin, Care Richards & Heald, 
Berlin, Germany 141 Broadway 



ILLINOIS WESLEYAN 
UNIVERSITY 

BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS 

Founded in 1850 First Class Graduated in 1853 

A Denominational Institution (Methodist Episcopal) 

DEPARTMENTS 



collegiate 


MUSIC 


PREPARATORY 


ARTS 


LAW 


ORATORY 



STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $140,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus - - - 60,000.00 

Amount of endowment ..... 200,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 36,000.00 

Tuition in collegiate department .... 40.00 

Number of volumes in library - - - 8,000 

Number of professors and instructors ... 42 

Number of students in attendance ... 500 

Women are admitted and constitute about 35 per cent, of the attendance. 

ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER 

Founded May 19, 1883 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Gamma Delta, 1866; Delta Tau Delta (inactive), 1877-80; Phi Delta Theta 
(inactive), 1878-97; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1874; Kappa Alpha Theta (inactive), 1875- 
95; Phi Delta Phi (inactive), 1878-88. 



339 



Alpha Iota Chapter 

ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 



Francis David Ader 
LL.B. 

Samuel Douglas Stahl 

LL.B. A.B.,Shurtleff Col.,iS 



Class of 1884 

Attorney at Law- 
Delegate to 23(1 Grand Chapter 
Consul of 25th Grand Chapter 

Attorney at Law 

Special Pension Examiner 



Greencastle, Ind. 
Terre Haute, Ind. 



Hamblin Charles Eddy 
LL.B. 

Leon Lee Loehr 

B.S. A.B. M.S. A.M., 1888 
LL.B., Kent Law School, 1893 



Class of 1885 

Attorney at Law Lincoln, Neb. 

Richards Block. 
Attorney at Law Chicago, 111. 

Delegate to 20th Grand Chapter 859 Jackson Boul 

Sec. of Merchant's Loan & Trust Co. 



Elbert Harvey Alford 

Wallace D. Foster 
William David Jones 

M.D., Chicago Med. Col., 18 
Samuel Runyon Norton 
Horace Greeley Russell 

LL.B. 
Albert Orris Woodworth 

B.S. 



Charles Miiam Barickman 

B.S. M.S., 1890 
Samuel Clifton Dooley 

John Hamilton McCoy 
William Hewett Underwood 



Class of 1886 

Clergyman Peoria, 111. 

Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church 307 Ann St. 



Teacher 
Physician 

Manufacturer 
Teacher 

Supt. of Schools 
Merchant 

Class of 1887 

Attorney at Law 

County Judge of Livingston Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
Clergyman 



Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church 



Rusk, Iowa. 
Richfield, Kan. 

Benson, La. 
Greenfield, 111. 

Chicago, 111. 

737 W. Madison St. 



Pontiac, 111. 

Bloomington, 111. 

1207 E. Washington St. 
Decatur, 111. 
Mapleville, Neb. 



William Martin Annawalt 
Charles Newton Atchison 
Charles Taylor Blackford 

Lewis Campbell 

Ph.B. 
Charles Eugene Collins 

B.S. 
John William Keeslar 

LL.B. 
James Oscar Kirkpatrick 

A.B., A.M. 
George Manning Reynolds 



Class of 1888 

Merchant Wichita, Kas. 

With Rock Island Lumber Co. 
Commercial Traveler Denver, Col. 

1722 Lawrence St. 
Commercial Traveler Chicago, 111. 

6146 Greenwood Ave. 
Clergyman St. Paul, Neb. 

Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church 
Attorney at Law Chicago, 111. 

225 South Leavitt St. 
Attorney at Law Danville, 111. 

States Attorney Vermillion Co. 
Clergyman Astoria, 111. 

Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church 
Manufacturer Deer Park Glen, 111. 

340 



ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 



341 



Noah Allen Crouch 
Leslie Philander Hanna 

B.S. 
George B. Hannaman 

Edward Delavan Henry 

Thomas Sudduth 



William Edwin Joynt 
Joseph Cookman Nate 

B.S., M.S., A.M., Ph.D., LL.B., 
Northwestern Univ., 1892. 



Ralph Farrington Potter 

A.B., A.M., 1S93 

LL.B., Kent Law School, 1893 
George Thieley Wetzel 

B.S. M.A., 1895 



Class of i88g 

Physician 
Attorney at Law 



Chesterfield, 111. 
Waukegan, 111. 

501 North Ave. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

2134 Nlaple Ave. 
Springfield, 111. 

146 N. Walnut St. 
Springfield, 111. 

631 S. Sixth St. 



Attorney at Law 
Capitalist 

Class of 1890 

Merchant tJuniata, Neb. 

Clergyman Atlanta, 111. 

Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church 

Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 

Grand Quaestor, 1850-99 

Grand Consul, 1899-01 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to i6th Grand Chapter 

Grand Quaestor, 1900 
Clergyman 

Pastor Methodist Episcopal 
Church 



Chicago, 111. 

801, 135 Adams St. 

Easton, 111. 



Edwin D. Gray 

Samuel Sheffield Hutchinson 

B.S. 
Richard Lee Smith 

M.D., Northwestern Univ. 
Bayard Washington Wright 



Class of 1891 

Attorney at Law 
Druggist 



Physician 

Attorney at Law 

County Judge of Marshall Co., III. 



Elmwood, 111. 
Chicago, 111. 

1296 Ravenswood Park. 

Pawnee, 111. 
Lacon, 111. 



John Franklin Hamilton 



Virgil Linn Huey 

A.B., A.M. 
Raymond Jesse Nate 

M.D., Rush Med. Col. 
John F. Porter 

A.B., B.D., Drew Theol. Sera. 



Class of 1892 

Attorney at Law 
Justice of the Peace 

Farmer 

Physician 

Clergyman 



Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church 



Galesburg, 111. 

Rooms 14 and 15 Thomp- 
son Bldg. 
Gibson City, 111. 

Chicago, 111. 

1819 N. Sawyer Ave. 
Cerro Gordo, 111. 



John William Ralston Clardy 



Charles Coen 

M.D., Northwestern Univ., i8< 
♦William Everett Collins 

Homer S. Corley 

M.D., Washington Univ., St. 
Louis, 1897 
Raymond D, Dooley 

James Orville Ganoe 

M.D., Omaha Med. Col., 1897 
Thomas Edd Orr 
B.S. 



Class of 1893 

Clergyman 

Pastor Methodist Episcopal 

Church 
Member Board of Examiners 
of Kansas Conference 
Physician 

Student 

Died Oct. 11, 1891 
Physician 



Accountant 

With Third National Bank 
Physician 

Commercial Traveler 



Lawrence, Kas. 

131 York St. 



Maroa, 111. 
Chesterfield, 111. 
Tower Hill, 111. 

Bloomington, 111. 
Pilot Mound, la. 
Buffalo, 111. 



342 



ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER 



♦Joseph David Adams 

Samuel Taylor Burnett 
B.S. 

William J, Crute 

Charles A. Finch 

B.S. LL.B. 
George Alfred Hutchinson 
Harrison S. Kerrick 



£lmer Ellsworth Meecham 

A.B. 
Amos Clyde Staley 

Frank Matthias Tombaugh 
M.D., N.W. Univ. Med. Col., i8 

William Wallace Whitmore 
A.B. LL.B., 1895 



Edmund K. Ayling 
Roscoe Conkling Uanford 

M.D., N.W. Univ. Med. Col., 18 
Clarence A. Finch 
Leland Beeman Newell 

Tames Riggs Orr 

B S 
Rudolph H. Shuett 

A.B. A.M., 1898 

S.T.B., Boston Univ., 1899 
John Livingston Wright 



Fairfield, 111. 
Springfield, 111. 



Kansas City, Mo. 

20-22 E. Fourth St. 
Verona, 111. 



Class of 1894 

Student 

Died Sept., 1893 
Special Agent 

With Ginn & Co., Publishers 

Delegate to 19th and 21st Grand 
Chapters 
Merchant 

Pres. W. J. Crute Grocery Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Banker Greenfield, 111. 

Soldier Minonk, 111. 

Lieut. U.S.A., Philippine Islands 
Supt. of Instruction Southern 
Dist. of Luzon 
Clergyman Alpha, 111. 

Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church 
Physician Chicago, 111. 

40 E. Randolph St. 
Physician Burlington, la. 

6 Surgeon C. B. & Q. R.R. 
Attorney at Law Peoria, 111. 

29 Arcade Bldg. 

Class of 1895 

Medical Student 
Physician 
6 Surgeon I. C. R. R. 
Farmer 



Teacher 



Chicago, 111. 
Pana, 111. 

Verona, 111. 
Springfield, 111. 

424 South Second St. 
Buffalo, 111. 



Clergyman Tolono, 111. 

Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church 



Reporter 



tChicago, 111. 



Class of 1896 



William Lindsay Grier 

Clinton Rice 

William Mannen Young 

M.D., Eclectic Med. Inst., 1897 



James Pratt Bickett 



Huber Joseph Light 

B.S. LL.B., 1901 
Schuyler C. E. Scrimger 

B.S. 



Ranchman 

Farmer 

Physician 



Class of 1897 

Journalist 

With City Press Association 
Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Grand Quaestor, 1899-1900 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 

Government Official 
U. S. Gauger 



Phoenix, Ariz. 
Rankin, 111. 
McLean, 111. 



Chicago, 111. 

6420 Greenwood Ave. 

Bloomington, 111. 

302 E. Front St. 
Pekin, 111. 

1241 S. Fourth St. 



John Bruner Colwell 

Ph.B. 
Richard S. Dyas 

LL.B. 
Edward Merriam Hoblit 

B.S. LL.B., 1901 
Lon H. Kerrick, Jr. 



Class of 1898 

Medical Student 
Attorney at Law 



Chicago, 111. 

340 W. Harrison St. 
Paris, 111. 



Attorney at Law Bloomington, 111. 

Asst. 'State's Atty. of McLean Co. 315 E. Chestnut St. 
Farmer Sibley, 111. 



ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 



343 



William L. Martin 

LL.B. 
Nathaniel J. Niehoff 

Frank Hielt Rhea 

A.B. 
Leon Merritt Rhea 

James C. Riley 

LL.B. A.B., i8q6; A.M., iSgS 
Cliristian Brothers Col. 
B. Ralph Thompson 
Norman Richard Williams 

A.B. 



Attorney at Law 

City Attorney of Carmi 

Insurance 

Asst. Supt. Prudential Ins. Co. 

Teacher 

Accountant 

With Armour & Co. 
Attorney at Law 



Teacher 
Journalist 

Daily Pantagraph 



Carmi, 111. 

Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

105 Calhoun St. 
Bioomington, III. 

1202 N. McLean St. 
Chicago, 111. 

3975 Drexel Boul. 
Joliet, 111. 



Pontiac, 111. 
Bioomington, 111. 
i4og N. Main St. 



Corydon DeKalb Bundy 

A.B. 
Cary Addison Daniel 
Thomas Gerhart 



Class of 1899 

Medical Student 

Farmer 
Engineer 



Bernard Sears Landes Pharmacist 

.\.B., A.M. .Christian Brothers Col., 



Robert Williams Lillard 

LL.B., Univ. of Ga., 1S98 

Howard Chester Means 

Charles A. Rice 

B.S. 
Richard King Shelledy 

LL.B. ^ ^ 

Hamlet H. Whiffen 



Journalist 

Civil Engineer 

Teacher 

Journalist 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 22d and 24th Grand 
Chapters 



Chicago, 111. 

226 Paulina St. 

Congerville, 111. 
Bioomington, 111. 

509 W. Mnulton St. 

Mt. Carmel, 111. 

Chicago, 111. 

85 Rush St. 
Bioomington, 111. 

East Grove St. 
Normal, 111. 

Paris, 111. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

423 Whitney Bldg. 



William Royl Cone 

J. Dwight Funk 
B.S. 

George Edgar Harlan 

Edwin Kemper Mason 

B.S. 
David St. Clair Ritchie 

B.S. 
Burchard H. Smith 

A.B. 
William Howe Thornhill 



Class of 1000 

Real Estate Peoria, 111. 

213 Flora Ave. 
Seedsman Bioomington, 111. 

Member III. Seed Corn Breeders' Franklin Square 
.'\ssn. 

Accountant Cisco, 111. 

Asst. Cashier Croninger & Co. Bank 
Student Valley City, N. D. 



vStudent 

Accountant 

Merchant 



Valley City, N. D. 

Bioomington, 111. 

1508 North Main St. 
Richwood, Ohio 



Edgar Napoleon Heafer 

LL.B. 
Reed Miles Perkins 

LL.B. A.B., Univ. of 111., iJ 
Thomas Thornton Snell 
Gustus Milton Wise 

LL.B. 



Class of 1901 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Banker 
Attorney at Law 



Bioomington, 111. 

206 South Clinton St. 
Springfield, 111. 

945 South Second St. 
Niles, Mich. 
Houston, Tex. 

Hotel Logan 



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William Clifton Carlock 

LL.B. 
Roy Church 

LL B., 1901 
Roy Spencer Cone 

Daniel Hogan, Jr. 
Harry Livingston Fleming 
LL.B. 

Thomas Beach Kilgore 

Thomas Madison Lillard 

Walter Ritchie, Jr. 



Milton Dwight Burris 
Francis Owen Hanson 
Bryon Gregory Moon 
John Wesley Muir 
Frank M. Rice 
Paul Augustus Smith 



Ivan Calvin Dunlap 
James Abraham Light 



McCrea Parker Blair 
Ernest Napoleon Bloomer 
Lome Stanley Ritchie 



Class of 1902 

Attorney at Law 

Student 

Student 

Student 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 24th and 25th Grand 
Chapters 
Student 



Bloomington, 111. 

317 East Locust St. 
Bloomington, 111. 

Peoria, 111. 

213 Flora Ave. 
Mound City, 111. 
Bloomington, 111. 

622 East Locust St. 

Bloomington, 111. 
804 East Jefferson St. 



Student 


Bloomington, III. 




302 East Walnut St. 


Farmer 


Belleflower, 111. 


Class of 1903 




Student 


Jackson, 0. 


Student 


Bloomington, 111. 


Student 


Normal, 111. 


Student 


Bloomington, 111. 


Stenographer 


Normal, 111. 


Student 


Bloomington, 111. 




1508 North Main St. 


Class of 1904 




Student 


Ellsworth, 111. 


Student 


Bloomington, 111. 




302 East Front St. 


Class of 1905 




Student 


Chicago, 111. 




Essex Rd., Kenilworth 


Student 


Bloomington, 111. 




505 East Front St. 


Student 


Valley City, N, Dak. 



HILLSDALE COLLEGE 

HILLSDALE, MICHIGAN 

Founded in 1855 First Class Graduated in 1856 

A Denominational Institution (Free Baptist) 

DEPARTMENTS 
collegiate preparatory 

MUSIC art 

elocution theology 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds - - - - $ 80,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 35,973-34 

Amount of endowment ------ 234,977.35 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - . . - 12,940.03 

Tuition in college department ..... Free 

Number of volumes in library - . - . . 9,000 

Number of professors and instructors .... 23 

Number of students in attendance .... ^oo 

Women are admitted. 

ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER 

Founded June 3, 1883. Became inactive in 1886 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Delta Tau Delta, 1867; Phi Delta Theta (inactive), 1882-98; Alpha Tau Omega, 
1888; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1880; Pi Beta Phi, 1887; Phi Pi Phi, 1898. 



345 



ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER 



HILLSDALE COLLEGE 



Frank Miner Kerry 

B.S. M.D., Univ. of Mich., 1S87 

M.S.,i8S7 
Charles Warren Laverty 

B.S. 
Charles Elbert Robertson 

Ph.B. 



Benjamin Jones Boutwell 
LL.B., Univ. of Mich., i8go 

Carey Winslow Dunton 
Ph.B. 



Edgar Curtis True 

B.L., Univ. of Wis., 1899 



Charles William Beal 

LL.B., Neb. State Univ.', 1889 
*Charles Nixon 

B.S. 
Cress) Livingston Wilbur 

Ph.b. ^h.M., 1890 

M.D., bellevue Hosp. Med. Col. 



Justin Humboldt Wixom 



Joseph Albert Bennett 
M.D., Univ. of Mich. 

Orrin Scott Dolby 

Fred H. Johnson 
Ph.B. 

William Fitch Kelley 
Ph.B. 



William Waller Baylor 

LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1888 
*Edward C. Delavan 

Roderick Prentiss Fisher 



Herbert Albert Graham 
George M. Hoke 



Class of 1884 

Physician 

Sec. of Board of Health 



Bookkeeper 

With Burnham & Co. 

Class of 1885 



Benton Harbor, Mich. 

128 Pipestone St. 

fConstantine, Mich. 

Lansing, Mich. 

108 Washington Ave. 



Ward, Col 



Attorney at Law Manistique, Mich. 

.•\ttornev for Minneapolis, St. Paul 

& Sault Ste. Marie R. R. 
Attorney for Manistique & North- 
western R. R. 
Manager Milwaukee, Wis. 

State Mgr. of the National Life & 407-8 Matthews Bldg. 
Trust Co. 



Class of 1886 
Editor and Attorney 



Broken Bow, Neb. 
Charlotte, Mich. 



County Official 

Died Sept. 2, 1900 
Physician Lansing, Mich. 

Chief Division of Vital Statistics, 610 S. Sycamore St. 
1890 Mich. 

Counsellor .\mer. Statistical Assn. 

Special Lecturer in Vital Statistics, 
Univ. of Mich. 
Attorney at Law "fHoxie, Kas. 



Class of 1887 
Teacher 

Attorney at Law 

Class of 1888 
Attorney at Law 



Died about 1896 
Accountant 

With Fourth Nat'l Bank 

Pres. N. Y. Alumni Chapter 
Clerk 

Chief Clerk in Storekeeper's 
L. S. & M. S. Ry. 
Attorney at Law 

City Solicitor of Tiffin 

346 



Wayne, Mich. 

Lake Charles, La. 
Hillsdale. Mich. 

Lincoln, Neb. 



Scranton, Pa. 

Room 32, Library Bldg. 
Prospect, N. Y. 

New York, N. Y. 
14 Nassau St. 

Elkhart, Ind. 
Office, 304 Jefferson St. 

Tiffin, O. 

72^ S. Washington St. 



HILLSDALE COLLEGE 



347 



Wilbur H. Bridgman 

Milford Melnotte Marcy 

Daniel Alvin Pelton 

B.S., Mich. Agricultural Col., iS 



Class of 1889 

Editor 

Postmaster of Stanley, Wis. 
Publisher 

Botanist 
1 With Dept. of Agriculture 



Stanley, Wis. 

New York, N. Y. 

116 Nassau St. 
Washington, D.C. 



♦Willis Arthur Warren 

A.B. 
*Dugald Cameron 



Class of i8qo 

Student 

Died July 5, 1888 

Merchant 

Died Nov. 25, 1888 



Coldwater, Mich. 

Marshall, Mich. 



Nelson Blair Hadley 
Ph.B. 



Class of 1801 



Insurance 



Deputy Commissioner of Insurance 



Lansing, Mich. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN 

MADISON, WISCONSIN 

Founded in 1848 First Class Graduated in 1854 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

agriculture law 

education music 

history commerce 

collegiate mechanics and engineering 

pharmacy economics and political science 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds - - - - $1,343,806.52 

Value of equipment and apparatus - - . - 347,700.09 

Amount of productive funds .... - 500,000.00 

Tuition in college department ..... Free 

Number of volumes in library ..... 60,000 

Number of professors and instructors .... 160 

Number of students in attendance - - - - 2,422 

Women are admitted and constitute about twenty per cent, of the attendance. 

ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER 

Founded March 22, 1884 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Delta Theta, 1857; Beta Theta Pi, 1873; Phi Kappa Psi, 1875; <^lii Psi, 1878; 
Delta Upsilon, 1885; Delta Tau Delta; 1892; Phi Gamma Delta, 1893; Theta Delta 
Chi, 1895; Phi Rho Beta, 1897; Psi Upsilon, 1896; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1875; Delta 
Gamma, 18S1; Gamma Phi Beta, 1885; Kappa Alpha Theta, 1890; Pi Beta Phi, 1894; 
Alpha Phi, 1896; Phi Delta Phi, 1891; Delta Delta Delta, 1898; Kappa Sigma, 1898; 
Phi Chi, 1900; Phi Beta Kappa, 1898; Tau Beta Pi, 1899; Phi Phi Phi, 1901; Phi 
Kappa Sigma, 1901. 



349 



ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER 



UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN 



Olin Bailey Lewis 

A.B.. LL.B., 1889 
*William Bivens Sterling 

LL.B. 



Class of 1884 

Attorney at Law- 
Judge, Second District Court 

Attorney at Law 
Died Oct. 15,1897 



St. Paul, Minn, 
Court House 
Huron, S. D. 



Joseph Whitford Vernon 
B.S. 



Class of 1885 

Agent 

West Pub. Co. 



Kansas City, Mo, 
615 Am. Bk. 



Class of 1886 



Charles Allen Armstrong 
M.D., Rush Med. Col., 1887 

Louis Alexander Bauman 

Ph.G. 
Albert Theodore Schroeder 

C.E. LL.B., 1899 

Robert Slosen Spencer, Jr. 
B.S. 



Edward Otto Zwietusch 
B.S. M.E., 1888 



Joseph Colt Bloodgood 

B.S. M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1891 

Emory Richard Johnson 

B.L., M.L., 1891; Ph.D., Univ. 
Pa., 1893 



Harry David Latimer 

Frank Hinkley Pittman 
• Ph.G. 



J. Howard Morrison 

B.L. LL.B., 1890 
Fred Page Tibbits, 

Franklyn Jones Tyrrel 

Frank Stover Winger 



Physician 



Head Physician Modern Wood- 
men of America 



Pharmacist 



Boscobel, Wis. 
Oshkosh, Wis. 



Attorney at Law New York, N. Y, 

Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 31 W. 33d St 

Grand Praetor Fifth Province, 1897 
Architect Chicago, 111. 

Grand Annotator i6th Grand Steinway Hall 

Chapter 
Grand Praetor Fifth Province, 1897-99 
Telephone Engineer Berlin, Germany 

Charlottenburg, Sal- 
zufer 7 

Class of 1888 

Physician Baltimore, Md. 

Associate Surgeon at Johns Hop- 923 North Charles St. 
kins Univ. 
Teacher Philadelphia, Pa. 



of Asst. Prof, of Transportation and 

Commerce, Univ. of Pa. 
Member of U. S. Isthmian Canal 

Com. 
Vice-Pres. Reavis Fire-Proofing 

and Partition Co., Washington, 

D.C. 
Associate Editor of Annals of Am. 

Acad, of Pol. and Soc. Science. 
Delegate to i8th Grand Chapter 

With J. N.Smyth Co. 
Pharmacist 



College Hall. 



Chicago, 111. 

Winona, Minn. 
59 W. Third St. 



Class of 1889 

Insurance Agent 

Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 
Lumberman 

With David Shaw Lumber Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Accountant 



350 



Madison, Wis, 

133 E. Gilman St. 
Eau Claire, Wis. 

Lake Geneva, Wis. 

116 Maxwell St. 
Chicago, 111. 

2567 N. Robey St. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN 
Class of 1890 



351 



Robert Berkeley Clarkson 

Loyal Durand 

B.L. LL.B., 1891 
Samuel Barstow Harding 

*Tom Remington 

Adolph Cornelius Rietbrock 
B.L., 1889; LL.B. 

Harry Washburn Skinner 



Gov. Official Internal Revenue 
Insurance Agent 



Milwaukee, Wis. 

178 Farwell Ave. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
377 Broadway 

Waukesha, Wis. 



Manufacturer 

Pres. and Mjjr. of Modern Steel 
Structural Co. 
Attorney at Law 
Died iMay 4, 1896 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate from Theta Theta to i8th 
Grand Chapter 

Chicago, 111. 
Mjrr. American Finance and Trust Marquette Bldg 
Co. 



Tacoma, Washington 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
107 Wisconsin St. 



George G. Armstrong 

B.L. LL.B., 1S93 
Edward Sawyer Buttrick 
*Samuel Benjamin Durand 

B.C.E. C.E., Leland Stanford 
Univ., 1894 
William Francis Ellsworth 

LeRoy Wells Warren 

A.B., Northwestern Univ., 1897 
B.D., McCormick Theol. Sem., igoo 

Edward McBeth Dexter 



Class of 1891 

Attorney at Law 

Deputy County Clerk 
Lumberman 

Sec. of United States Radiator Co. 

Died October 29, 1900 
Superintendent 

Supt. of Ames & Frost Co. 
Clergyman 



Salt Lake City, Utah 

412 S. 6th East St. 
S. Milwaukee, Wis. 
Dunkirk, N. Y. 



Chicago, 111. 
LaGrange, Ind. 



Class of 1892 



William Poyntell Kemper 

A.B., Hohart Col., 1892 

A.M.. Hobart Col., 1898 
Henry Hotchkiss Morgan 

LL^.B. ^ 

Clarence Blackiston Raymond Druggist 

Ph.G., B.S., Pa. Mil. Col., 1890 
Fred Sherwood Sheldon 



Homer Sylvester 

B.S. M.D., Univ. of Pa.,iS 



Electrician of Board of Fire Un- 
derwriters 

Grand Praetor of Fifth Province, 
1899-1901 

Delegate from Milwaukee Alumni 
Club to 24th Grand Chapter 
Clergyman 

Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 



Milwaukee, Wis. 
68 Mitchell Bldg. 



Germantown, Pa. 
131 Harvey St. 

Madison, Wis. 

10 Langdon St. 
Smyrna, Del. 

Janesville, Wis. 

208 South Jackson St. 
Physician Milwaukee, Wis. 

Prof, of Physiology at Wisconsin 132 Grand Ave. 
Col. of Physicians and Surgeons 



Attorney at Law 
Druggist 
Hardware Merchant 



Harry Bartlett Alverson 
B.S. E.E., 1894 

Arthur Babbitt 

LL.B. 
Walter Emmons Johnson 



Class of 1893 

Electrical Engineer Buffalo, N. Y 

Sunt, of Cataract Power and Con- 40 Court St. 
auit Co. 

Steward 

St. Charles Hotel 



Treas. of the Levitt and 
Johnson Trust Co. 
Electrical Engineer 

With the J.G. White Co. 
Actor 
Attorney at Law 

Grand Praetor of Fifth Province, 
1897 
Nathaniel Woodside Sallade, Attorney at Law 

LL.B. Trustee of Grafton Hall 



Milwaukee, Wis. 
Waterloo, Iowa. 



Henry Ackley Lardner 

B.S. E.E., 1894 
William Foster Lardner 
Louis Wescott Myers 

B.L. LL.B., 1895 



New York, N. Y. 

29 Broadway 

Oconomowoc, Wis. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
303 Laughlin Bldg. 

Fond du Lac, Wis. 

47 Marr St. 



352 



ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER 



Louis Tyler Hill 



Jesse Eugene Sarles 
B.A. B.D., Yale, 1898 

Eugene Albert Smith 
M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1898 

Harker George Spensley 

Heber Lockhart Tibbits 

B.S. 
Martyn Finch Warner 

Arthur Cleaver Wilkinson 



Class of 1894 

Banker Sparta, Wis. 

Asst. Cashier Bank of Sparta 

Delegate to and Grand Annotator 
of 19th Grand Chapter 
Clergyman Caledonia, 111. 

Waupun, Wis. 



Physician of State Prison 
Chemist 

Supt. Pan Confection Co. 



Chicago, 111. 

248 E. Illinois St. 
Hazelhurst, Wis. 
Mgr. Sales Dept. Yawkey Lumber Co. 
Salesman New York, N. Y. 

With H. W. Johns Asbestos Co. 100 William St. 

Advertising Chicago, 111. 

805 Cham. Com. Bldg. 



George Edward Nichols 
Robert Bruce Scott 

Ph.B., Univ. of Pa., 1895 

Joseph Benjamin Schreiter 
M.D., Rush Med. Col., 1896 



Class of 189s 

Fire Insurance and Real Est. West Superior, Wis. 

Brenneg Blk. 

Attorney at Law Aurora, 111. 

Member Board of Education 166 Galena St. 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 

Physician Savanna, 111. 

County Coroner 



David Atwood 

William Charles Leitsch 

LL.B. 
Joseph Duryea Maynard 

Martin Phillip Rindlaub, Jr. 
B.L. 

John William Schempf 

Ph.G. 
Walter Hodge Sheldon 

B.A. B.S.. 1897. M.D., Rush Med. 
Col., 1900 
Albert Orville Wright, Jr. 



Class of 1896 

Journalist 

City Editor Wisconsin State 
Journal 
Attorney at Law 

Pres. Water and Light Com. 
Insurance 

Student 

Attending Johns Hopkins Med- 
ical School 
Pharmacist 



Physician 



Foreman Barber Asphalt Paving 
Co. 



Madison, Wis. 
121 W. Wilson St. 

Columbus, Wis. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

725 Franklin St. 
Platteville, Wis. 



Watertown, Wis. 
Madison, Wis. 



Chicago, 111. 

901 S. Ashland Ave. 



Guerdon Cond6 Buck 

B.S. M.D., Cornell Univ., 1900 
Ross Carlton Cornish 

B.S. 
Harry Spoor Hayes 

Fred William Nelson 

B.S. 
Matthias Bovee Pittman 

LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1899 
Carl Edward Schriber 

Gustav Wollaeger, Jr. 

LL.B. B.A., Harvard, 1895 

Walter John Luedke 
LL.B. 



Class of 1897 
Physician 

Gas Engineer 

Supt. Racine Gas Light Co. 
Civil Engineer 

With Wisconsin Central Ry. Co. 
Mechanical Engineer 

United States Mining Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Mining Engineer 

Attorney at Law 

Regent of State Normal Schools 
County Court Commissioner 

Attornev at Law 

Credit Dept. John Pritzlaff Hard- 
ware Co. 



New York, N. Y. 

Bellevue Hospital 
Racine, Wis. 

729 Wisconsin St. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

255 Thirty-fourth St. 
West Jordan, Utah 

Chicago, III. 

1417 Monadnock Bldg. 

Velardena Estardo De 

Durango, Mexico 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
S13 Germania Bldg. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
2607 Grand Ave. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN 



353 



Stuart Harris Sheldon 
B.S. 



Stanley Dexter Tallman 

Guido Charles Vogel 
B.S. 



Class of 1898 



Asst. In Laboratory at Rush Med 

Col. 
Alternate Attending 23d Grand 

Chapter 

Attorney at Law 

Tanner 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 



Chicago, 111, 

56S Washington Boul, 



Janesville, Wis. 

212 N. Jackson St. 
IVlilwaukee, Wis. 
583 Cass St. 



Clarence Bennett Chadwick 



Class of 1899 

Commercial Traveler 



Charles Alexander Cryderman Attorney at Law 

LL.B. 
Harry Lyman Kellogg 
Guy Forrest Minnick 
Allen John Nichols 



Cornelius Anthony Sidler 
LL.B. 



Pharmacist 

Hotel Clerk 
Attorney at Law 



Salt Lake City, Utah 
Kenyon Hotel 

Soldiers Grove, Wis. 

Oconomowoc, Wis. 
Madison, Wis. 
Washington, U. C. 

Riggs House « 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

914 Cedar St. 



March Frederick Chase 

B.S., Trinity Col., 1897 
Edward Albert Cook 

B.L. 

William Everett Finnegan 
Frank William Jones 

John Bernard Kalvelage, Jr. 

Alexander Vaughan McDonald 
B.S. 

Corey Hugh McKenna 

B.S. 
Paul Willis Minnick 

B.A. 
Daniel Hayes Murphy 

B.S. 
Lee Allen Parkinson 



Class of 1900 

Chemist 



Mineral Point, Wis. 

Madison, Wis. 

424 Wisconsin Ave. 



Fellow in English, Univ. of Wis 
consin 

Chicago, 111. 
With American School Furniture 94 Wabash Ave. 



Clarence Dudley Tearse 

B.S. 
Lynn Alfred Williams 

B.S. 



Co. 

Manufacturer Waukegan, 111. 

Richmondt Conduit Co. 
Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
With Hoffman & Billings Mfg. Co. 2424 Cedar St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Student in Med. Dept. Univ. of 
Pennsylvania 

Platteville, Wis. 
Student at Rush Med. Col. 

Chicago, 111. 
Adv. Dept. of Corliss, Coon & Co. 868, 48th St. 
Manufacturer Milwaukee, Wis. 

Richmondt Conduit Co. 3324 Wells St. 

Columbus, Wis. 
Government Official in Philippine 
Islands 
Grain Merchant Winona, Minn. 

275 Harriet St. 

Chicago, 111, 
Student of Patent Law 1450 Monadnock Bldg. 



George Tracy Bunker 
Evans McGregor Nye 



Class of 1901 

Mechanical Engineer 
Teacher 



Woodstock, 111. 
Platteville, Wis. 



354 



ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER 



Bertram Francis Adams 

Arthur Stuart Bunker 
Kenneth Edwin Higby 
John Earle Kemp 

Warren Jefferson Neville 
William Oberne 

Dugald Atherton Stewart 



Class of 1902 



Vice-Pres. American Tube Co. 
Asst. Supt. of Gold Mine 
Student 
Attorney at Law 

Student 
Tanner 

Farmer 



Chicago, 111. 

1294 Sheffield Ave. 
Gilt Edge, Mont. 
Ripon, Wis. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

806 Fourth St., S.E. 
Oshkosh, Wis. 
Chicago, 111. 

1147 N. Clark St. 
Winona, Minn. 



Class of 1903 



William Whittlesey Atwater Student 



Charles Harold Gafifin 
Harry Page Keith 
William Keenan Murphy 

Harry Gustaf Oakland 



Howell Albro-Gardner Parks 
Earle Bryan Stewart 
Hudson Bernard Werder 
Edwin Fred WoUaeger 
Carl William Ziepprecht 

Charles Maxwell Bering 

Donald Nivison Ferguson 
Raymond Haisler 

Lewis Woodworth Parks 

Roy Boggess Staver 

Rudolph Garfield Stotzer 

Herford White 



Student 
Student 
Student 



Student at Wisconsin College of 

Physicians and Surgeons 
With Ehrler & Oakland 
Student 



Student at Rush Medical College 
Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Clerk 

With John Pritzlaff Hdw. Co. 
Student 



Class of 1904 

Student 

Student 
Student 

In Law Dept. 
Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 



Chicago, 111. 

3977 Drexel Boul. 
Leaf River, 111. 
New London, Wis. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

3324 Wells St. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

276 Third St. 

Madison, Wis. 

19 Mendota Court 
Mason City, Iowa 
209 E. Fourth St. 
Charles City, Iowa 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

2401 Grand Ave. 
Dubuque, Iowa 

1347 Clay St. 



Portage, Wis. 

505 E. Cook St. 
Waupun, Wis. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

195, i8th St. 
Watertown, Wis. 

506 Washington St. 
Chicago, 111. 

7220 Princeton Ave. 
Portage, Wis. 

507 W. Wisconsin St. 
Delafield, Wis. 



Edwin Ball Bartlett 
Louis George Koch 



Class of 1905 
Student 
Student 



Milwaukee, Wis. 

720 Jefferson Ave. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
222 Twelfth St. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS 

LAWRENCE, KANSAS 

Founded in 1864 First Class Graduated in 1873 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

arts engineering 

graduate law 

medicine pharmacy 

geological survey 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds ----- $450,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus - - - - 125,000.00 

Amount of endowment - .... - 140,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 127,000.00 

Tuition in college department . - . . . Free 

Number of volumes in library . - . - . 33,135 

Number of professors and instructors .... 30 

Number of students in attendance - - - - - 1,150 

Women are admitted. 

ALPHA XI CHAPTER 

Founded May 23, 1884 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Beta Theta Pi, 1872; Phi Kappa Psi, 1876; Phi Delta Theta, 1882; Phi 
Gamma Delta, 1882; Sigma Nu, 1884; Pi Beta Phi, 1873; Kappa Alpha 
Theta, 1881; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1883; Phi Delta Phi, 1897; Alpha Tau 
Omega, 1901; Sigma Xi. 



355 



ALPHA XI CHAPTER 

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS 



George Washington Metcalf 
B.M. 



Class of 1884 

Manager 

With F. G. Smith Piano Co. 



Kansas City, Mo. 
1000 Walnut St. 



Frank Wilson Barnes 
Joseph Wellington Schultz 



Class of 1885 

Pharmacist 
Farmer 



■fSherman, Tex. 
Lawrence, Kan. 



Charles Samuel Metcalf 

James Booth VanVliet 
LL.B. 



Howard Franklin Albert 
*Henry Beecher Hamilton 

A.B. 
♦Daniel Cornelius Kennedy 

Robert Lynn McAlpine 
C.E. 

Frederick Shearer Pentzer 

LL.B. 
Charles Lincoln Smith 

B.S. 



Glenn Armstrong Smith 



Class of 1886 

Salesman 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1887 
Attorney at Law 

Died September 19, 1887 

Died about 1891 

Civil Engineer 

City Engineer of Kansas City 
Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 

Attorney at Law 

Real Estate 

Grand Praetor Sixth Province, 
1888-90 

Delegate to i6th Grand Chapter 
Pharmacist 



Denver, Col. 

3344 Osceola St. 
Frankfort, Kan. 



tHardesty, L T. 
Kingman, Kan. 

Larned, Kan. 

Kansas City, Kan. 

328 N. 6th St. 

Wilton Junction, la. 

Butte, Mont. 

33 W. Granite St. 

"fLawrence, Kan. 



Elmer Herr Albert 
Fred Holmes Bowersock 

B.C.E. LL.B., Northwestern 
Univ., 1897 
Frank W. Climer 
Austin Curtis Cunkle 

A.B., LL.B. 
Philip Albert Huber 
Frank Grant Kelly 
John William Root 

Ph.G. 
John William Roberts 

LL.B. 
Guy Reynolds Shultz 
William Staples Wooley 

LL.B. 



Class of 1888 

Patent Attorney 

Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Teacher 
Farmer 
Assayer 

With Phil. Smelting Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Roberts & Stout 
Stockman 
Postal Clerk 

356 



fBox, Kan. 
Chicago, 111. 

3004 Prairie Ave. 

Burlington, Kan. 
Ft. Smith, Ark. 

Meriden, Kan. 
fCouncil Grove, Kan. 
Pueblo, Col. 

Hutchinson, Kan. 

Lawrence, Kan. 
tLiberal, Kan. 



i 



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Class of 1889 



357 



George William Britton 
Roscoe Earl Kroh 

William Lincoln Lyman 
Edward William Morris 

Ph.G. 
Claude Everett Street 



Pharmacist 
Bank Official 

Pharmacist 
Pharmacist 

Mining 



Hartford, Kan. 
Kansas City, Kan. 

15th & Tauroma 

Eagle Pass, Tex. 
Emporia, Kan. 

Webster, Col. 



Hiram Alfred Adams 



Robert Walgrave Brown 

William King Green 
Seba Clarence Wescott 
LL.B. 



Class of 1890 

Publisher 

With Hudson-Kimberly Publish- 
ing Co. 
Clerk 

Real Estate 
Attorney at Law 



Kansas City, Mo. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

1227 Washington St. 
tKansas City, Mo. 
Galena, Kan. 



Justin Dewitt Bowersock 
B.S. A.B., Harvard, 1892; 
LL.B., Harvard, 1896 

Roy Newton Hair 

Preston Rufus King 

LL.B. 
Edgar Martindale 

Hiram White Montgomery 
John Guy Peckham 

Carl Phillips 

Ph.G. M.D., Kan. City Med. Col. 
1899 
Eugene Sharum 
Wallace Emmet Swank 

William Lee Taylor 



Class of 1891 

Attorney at Law 

Grand Praetor Sixth Province, 
1897-99 
Musician 

Musical Director Orchestra of 
Park Theatre, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Merchant 

Delegate to i8th Grand Chapter 
Journalist 

Pub. "Jeffersonian Gazette" 
Bank Cashier 
Reporter 

With Daily Beacon 



Frank Walter Butler 
William Edwin Royster 

Charles Brown Voorhis 



Merchant 
Salesman 



Class of 1892 

Pharmacist 
Teacher 

Supt. of Schools 
Merchant 

Hardware and Implements 



Kansas City, Mo. 
New York Life Bldg. 

Belleville, Kan. 



Newkirk, Okla. 

Lawrence, Kan. 

Skidmore, Mo. 
Wichita, Kan. 

Lawrence, Kan. 

fTopeka, Kan. 
St. Joseph, Mo. 

305 S. Fifteenth St. 
Seneca, Kan. 



Yates Center, Kan. 
Chanute, Kan. 

Ottawa,} Kan. 



Arthur Howard Crowell 



♦William Halderman Riddle 
A.B. .A.B., Han'ard, 1895. 
A.M., Harvard, 1896 
Earl Stanton Smith 



Larkin A. Smith 



Class of 1893 

Electrical Engineer Columbus, Kan. 

Supt. & Mngr. Columbus Electric 
Co. 
Teacher Lawrence, Kan. 

Died January, 1897 

Contracting Agent Kansas City, Mo. 

With Frisco Line Board of Trade 

Pharmacist Wardner, Idaho 



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Perry Bigelow Barber 

Ph.G. 
George Ervin Haller 

Ph.G. 
Charles Edward Joslin 

Ph.G. 
Frederick C. Oehler 

Ph.G. 
Scott Perry Kellogg 
*Luther Elias Thrasher 

A.B. 



Edwin W. Davis 

Albert D. Flinton 

Ernest Frey Havens 

James Judson Harding 
B.S. 

Edward Ernest Newton 

B.S. 
Edwin Braden Schall 

Major Augustus Wroten 
Shockley 

M.D., Kansas City Med. Col. 
Claudius Chalmers Stanley 

LL.B., 1898 
William A. Wynn 

LL.B. 
Robert Barnard Wagstaff 

LeRoy J. Beebe 
James Albert Evans 



Class of 1894 
Pharmacist 

Pharmacist 

Pharmacist 

Journalist 

Attorney at Law 
Journalist 
Died in 1901 

Class of 1895 
Clerk 



Topeka, Kan. 

609 W. loth Ave. 
Holton, Kan. 

Topeka, Kan. 

tChillicothe, Mo. 

Leavenworth, Kan. 
San Francisco, Cal. 



Leavenworth, Kan. 

222 Vine St. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Auditor National Bank of Commerce 



Bank Clerk 

Civil Engineer 

Asst. Enu'r of Bridges C, M. & 
St. P. Ry. 



Albert Colvin Goodrich 
William Maclay Lyon 

M.D., K.C., Homeo. Med. Col 
Hering Med. Col., Chicago, 1901. 
William Robert Mason Salesman 



With the Poehler Mercantile Co. 

Surgeon 

First Lieut., Asst. Surgeon U.S. A 
Attorney at Law 

Police Judge 
Attorney at Law 

Merchant 

Class of 1896 

Real Estate & Loans 

Merchant Tailor 

Sec. Olathe Commercial Club 
Journalist 
Physician 

1900; 



Leavenworth, Kan. 

P. O. Box 83 
Chicago, 111. 

iioo Old Colony Bldg. 

"fHiawatha, Kan. 
Lawrence, Kan. 

Fort Niobrara, Neb. 
Wichita, Kan. 
Tacoma, Wash. 
Lawrence, Kan. 



Kansas City, Mo. 

^^i Walnut St. 
Olathe, Kan. 

fKansas City, Mo. 
Chicago, 111. 

5800 Indiana Ave. 



Clarence Harrison Mowry 
B.S.. Northwestern Univ., 18 
Ernest Wernher 



Paul Robert Aikman 
Hal Nelson Aikman 
Dwight Patterson Dilworth 

George Kingslev, Jr. 

LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1898, LL.M 
Univ. of Mich., 1899 
Roy Thornton Osborn 

A.B. LL.B., 1900 
Charles Paris Pettijohn 
William Beach Sampson 
Lute P. Stover 
Thomas Edward Wagstafif 

LL.B. LL.M., New York Univ., 



Clerk 

With Crane Co. 
Clerk 

With Commissary Dept., U.S..\. 

Class of 1897 

Merchant 

Civil Engineer 

With Keystone Bridge Works 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

, Kingsley, O'Flaherty & Sharp 

Attorney at Law 

Loan Broker 

Postmaster 

County Surveyor 

Attorney at Law 

Judge of Court of Coffey ville 
Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 



Boston, Mass. 

16 Concord Sq. 
Chicago, 111. 

5600 Michigan Ave. 
Omaha, Neb. 



Chicago, 111. 

3Q19 Indiana Ave. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

N. Y. Life Bldg. 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Suite 722 N. Y. Life 
Bldg. 
Coffeyville, Kan. 

Olathe, Kan. 
Skagway, Alaska 
lola, Kan. 
Coffeyville, Kan. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS 



359 



Harry G. Clark 

B.S 
Harry Adelbert Dockum 

Dana Collins MacVicar 

LL.B. B.A., Washburn Col. 

Loring Temple Price 
Ph.G., State Board of Ph. 

George Henry Rising 

♦Frederick Speak 

LL.B. 
♦Ernest VanSickle Tuttle 

B.S. 



'95 



Class of 1898 

Civil Engineer 

Druggist 

Attorney at Law 

Pharmacist 

Mgr. Shepard's Opera House 
Journalist 

Attorney at Law 

Died November 2, iSgg 

Died September iS, igoi 



"fLeavenworth, Kan. 

Wichita, Kan. 

128 & 248 N. Main St. 
Topeka, Kan. 

Burlingame, Kan. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

806 Euclid Ave. 
Axtell, Kan. 

Salina, Kan. 



Arthur Albert Green 

LL.B. 
William W. Nelson 
Arthur Henry Symons 

Arthur R. Williams 
LL.B. 



Harry C. Annan 
Roscoe Wilhoite Gates 

LL.B 
John Blakeslee Henry 

A.B. 
Walter V. Jordaan 

LL.B. 

Walter Stanborough Sutton 
A.B., A.M. 

William H. Stanley 

Matthew Allen Smith 

A.B. 
Harry Harmon Tangerman 

A.B. 



Harry Ingrahm Braden 
Roy Albert Henley 
Harold Henry 

Mus.B. 
Elwood Horace Kennedy 
Walter Acel Lapham 



Class of 1899 

Attorney at Law 

Teacher 

Owner Western W^ire & Bale 
Tie Co. 
Manufacturer 

Class of 1900 

Merchant 
Attorney at Law 

Student 

Attorney at Law 

With Karnes, New, Hall & 
Krauthotf 
Student 

Fellow in Zoology, Columbia 
Univ. 



"fSharon Springs, Kan. 

flola, Kan. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
ist and Main Sts. 

Lawrence, Kan. 



fSt. Joseph, Mo. 
Chanute, Kan. 

Lawrence, Kan. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

606 Water Works Bldg. 

Kansas City, Kan. 

1315 N. 7th St. 

Wichita, Kan. 



Cashier Central Coal & Coke Co. 
Attorney at Law Cawker City, Kan. 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Student Newton, Kan. 



Class of 1901 

Student 
Student 
Student 

Banker 

Traveling Salesman 



Washington, Kan. 
Lawrence, Kan. 
Lawrence, Kan. 

Chandler, Okla. 
Chanute, Kan. 



Milton C. Blanchard 
Artlmr Clark Bradley 
Neil Skillman Jones 
James Sutton Pellett 
George Elmer Tucker 
Frank Wesley Thompson 

James Floyd Tilford 
Guy Ward] 



Class of 1902 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Bank Official 

Student 

Student 

Student 
Student 



Hamlin, Kan. 
Lawrence, Kan. 
Chanute, Kan. 
Olathe, Kan. 
Cawker City, Kan. 
Kansas City, Kan. 

i960 N. stli St. 
Olathe, Kan. 
Belleville, Kan. 



360 



ALPHA XI CHAPTER 



Class of 1903 
Wilbur Ray Clifford Student 

John Edgar Dudley Doolittle Student 

William Corydon Edwards, Jr. Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



Charles L. Faust 
Frederick Rollin Feitshans 

Milo T. Jones 
Thomas Hill Kingsley 

Ernest Quigley 

Burns Llewellyn Williams 

Albert Worley 

John Stephen Worley 



Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 

Attending Univ. of Mich. 
Student 
Student 

Attending Washburn Col. 
Student 
Civil Engineer 



Kansas City, Kan. 

1317 N. Seventh St. 
Cottonwood Falls, 

Kan. 
Wichita, Kan. 

1515 Fairview Ave. 
Highland, Kan. 
Kansas City, Mo. 

1811 Linwood Boul. 
Chanute, Kan. 
Paola, Kan. 

Concordia, Kan. 
Topeka, Kan. 

Odessa, Mo. 
Odessa, Mo, 



Class of 1904 



St. Clare Joseph Cowley Student 

Benjamin Franklin Hegler, Jr. Student 

Ralph Emerson Morrison Student 

Ralph Waldo Morrison Student 

Roy Walter Winton Student 



Columbus, Kan. 
Guthrie, Okla. 

212 N. Broad St. 
Kansas City, Mo. 

728 Campbell St. 
Oswego, Kan. 
Guthrie, Okla. 



Roy Cater 

Carl E. Riley 

Thomas Johnson Strickler 



Class of 1905 



Student 
Student 
Student 



Lawrence, Kan. 
Paola, Kan. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
1415 Broadway 



THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS 

AUSTIN, TEXAS 

Founded in 1883 First Class Graduated in 1884 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

ACADEMIC MEDICINE 

LAW ENGINEERING 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds ... - $450,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus ... - 100,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 ... 171,792.00 

Tuition in college department .... - Free 

Number of volumes in library .... 35,000 

Number of professors and instructors - . - - 87 

Number of students in attendance - - . . . 1,121 

Women are admitted and constitute about 25 per cent, of the attendance. 

ALPHA NU CHAPTER 

Founded September 24, 1884 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Kappa Alpha, 1883; Phi Delta Theta, 1883; Phi Gamma Delta, 1883; 
Kappa Sigma, 1884 ; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1884 ; Beta Theta Pi, 1886 ; Sigma 
Nu, 1886 ; Chi Phi, 1892 ; Phi Phi Phi, 1897 ; Alpha Tau Omega, 1897. 



361 



ALPHA NU CHAPTER 



UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS 



George Smith Berry 

A.B. 
Frank Luby Feuille 

LL.B. 
Robert McAlpine Hall Clergyman 

A.M. A.B.,Hampden-SidneyCol., Evangelist 



Class of 1886 
Bank Cashier 
Attorney at Law- 



Samuel Bismark MacLeary 
M.D., Jefferson Med. Col., 1889 



Surgeon 



Merkel, Tex. 
San Diego, Tex. 
tWest, Tex. 

Weimar, Tex. 



William Sims Duke 

A.B. 
Fritz Hadra 

A.B. M.D., Tex. Med. Col., Gal- 
veston, 1889 
William Henry Mclntyre 

A.B. 

Stonewall Jackson McMurray 

David Andrew Nunn 

LL.B. 
*Rogers Whaley 

LL.B. 
*Milton White 

LL.B. 



Class of 1887 

Clerk 

With Sanger Bros. 
Surgeon 

With U. S. Army in Philippines 

Railroad Employe 

With San Antonio & Aransas 
Pass R. R. 
Clergyman 

Pastor First Pres. Church 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Died in 1S89 
Attorney at Law 

Died in 1890 



Waco, Tex. 

Orange, Tex. 

Care A. Gilmer 

tSan Antonio, Tex. 

Laredo, Tex. 
Crockett, Tex. 
Longiren, Tex. 
Austin, Tex. 



Atwell Johnston Clopton 
A.B. B.L., Univ. of Ky., 18 

Robert Taylor Jones 
LL.B. 

*William Taylor Levy 
LL.B. 



Class of i888 

Secretary Dallas, Tex. 

To Sen. Culberson of Tex, 
Attorney at Law Hillsboro, Tex. 

Commissioner of Immigration Childress, Tex. 
Died September 8, 1900 



Robert Rand Lockett 

LL.B. 
William Carroll McGown 

LL.B. 



Class of 1889 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 



Texarkana, Tex. 
El Paso, Tex. 



Raymond H. Buck 

LL.B. 
Albert Henry Culver 

LL.B. 
Sanford J. Dean 

A.B. 



Class of 1890 

Attorney at Law 

Assistant County Attorney 
Attorney at Law 

Railroad Attorney 
Ranchman 

362 



Ft. Worth, Tex. 
Sherman, Tex. 
tWest, Tex. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS 



363 



Robert Clayton Neale 

A.B. 
William Richard Rogers 

A.B. 
John Thomas Selman 

A.B. 
James Larken Selman 

A.B. 



William Temple Nash 
*Eugene Oran Skeene 

LL.B. 
James Young 

LLB. ^ 



*Jo Leeper Abbott 
B.A. 



Cotton Merchant 

Farmer 

Bookkeeper 

Class of 1891 

Banker 
Attorney at Law 

Died August 4, i8g 
Attorney at Law- 
Class of 1892 

Died in 1898 



tHenderson, Tex. 
Galveston, Tex. 
fHillsboro, Tex. 
fHillsboro, Tex. 



Kaufman, Tex. 
Wichita Falls, Tex. 

Kaufman, Tex. 



Hillsboro, Tex. 



Class of 1894 

Merchant 



James Arnold Muckleroy 

Tillman Bacon Parks 

William Henry Richardson, Jr. Merchant 



Terrell, Tex. 
Lewisville, Ark. 
Austin, Tex. 



Alex Chalmers Johnson 
James Bouldin Rector 

LL.B. LL.M., 1900 
E. Dick Slaughter 

B.Lit. 



Class of 1895 

Bank Clerk 
Attorney at Law 

Cattleman 

Delegate to 22d and 23d Grand 

Chapters 
Annotator of 22d Grand Chapter 
Grand Praetor of Seventh Province, 1895-97 



Austin, Tex. 
Austin, Tex. 

ist Nat. Blc. Bldg. 
Dallas, Tex. 

247 Main St. 



*Lee Waldo Green 

LL.B. 
Robert Wistar Howell 

A.B. 
Francis Charles Hume, Jr. 

B.A. LL.B., Columbian Law 
School, 1899 
Branch Smith 

LL.B. A.B., 1894 



Elisha Gee Abbott 
LL.B. 

Caspar Ralph Byars 

M.D. 
William Eager Howard 

M.D. 
Edward Brandon Newsom 

M.D. 
John Otis Phillips 

A.B. 
William Carroll Swain 

M.D. 
John William Tobin 

LL.B. 
Leonard Tobin 



San Antonio, Tex. 
Bryan, Tex. 
Houston, Tex. 

Big Springs, Tex. 



Class of 1896 

Reporter 

Died in 1899 
Merchant 

Attorney at Law 
Asst. Dist. Atty. 

Attorney at Law 

Class of 1897 

Soldier 

2d Lieut. Artillery Corps 

Surgeon 

With U. S. A. in Philippines 
Physician 

Physician 



With N. Y. & N. J. Telephone Co 
Physician 

Manager New York, N. Y. 

With Palmitine Co. 76 William St. 

Capitalist New York, N. Y. 

Member of firm of Palmitine Co. 202 Broadway 



Washington, D. C. 

Care Adjutant-Gen- 
eral U. S. A. 
tWashington, D. C. 

Care War Dept. 
Childress, Tex. 

Rockwood, Tex. 

fEast Orange, N. J, 

Victoria, Tex. 



364 



B. Michael Brandenburg 

M.D. 
Evan Shelby Easton 

B.S. 
Marshal Pease Graham 

LL.B. 
Horace Cohrheaugh Hall 

M.D. 
Lea Hume 

M.D. 
Joseph Milton Howe 

LL.B. B.S., Mass. Inst. Tech., li 
John Jenkins 

M.D. 
Francis Marion Law 

LL.B. 



Olinthus Ellis 

LL.B. 
Rufus Whitter King 

M.D. 
Julian N. Mincey 

M.D. 
Harry Elliott Nolan 

M.D. 
Hugh Edmondson Prather 

B.L. 
Julius Riihl 

M.D. 
Franklin Edward Smith 

B.S 
Brooks Stafford 

M.D. 



Adolphus Andrews 

A.B.. Graduate U. S. Naval 
Academy, 1901 
Mont Frederick Highley 

M.L. B.L. LL.B. 
Richard Coke Harris 

LL.B. A.B., 1897 
Edward Robert Kleberg 

LL.B., B.Lit., iSgg 
William James Lawther 

A.B. 
J. Todd Lowry 

A.B.,M.D. 
Lewis Maverick 

LL.B. 
George Aldredge Robertson 

M.L. LL.B. 



ALPHA NU CHAPTER 

Class of 1898 

Physician 



Student 
Real Estate 



Cincinnati, O. 

Berkshire Bldg. 
Austin, Tex. 



New York, N. Y. 

20 E. 32d St. 
Pepezela 

Aguas Calientes, Max. 
Medical Officer Eagle Pass, Tex. 

In Command U. S. Marine Hospital 
Civil Engineer Houston, Tex. 

)6 With Houston & Texas Central R. R. 

New Orleans, La. 



Physician 
Accountant 

Class of 1899 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Physician 

Asst. Surgeon M. C. Ry. 
Physician 

Cattleman 

Physician 

Collector 

Quarantine Officer 

Class of 1900 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Grain Merchant 

Physician 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 24th and 25th Grand 
Chapters 



Bryan, Tex. 



Lockhart, Tex. 
Austin, Tex. 
Galveston, Tex. 
Silao, Mex. 

Dallas, Tex. 

567 Gaston Ave. 
Galveston, Tex. 

2117 Post Office St. 
San Antonio, Tex. 

Galveston, Tex. 



fAnnapolis, Md. 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Comanche, Tex. 
Yorktown, Tex. 
Dallas, Tex. 
tCity of Mexico, Mex. 
San Antonio, Tex. 
Dallas, Tex. 



Wilbur Price Allen 

M.A. LL.B. 
Herbert Downs Ardrey 

LL.B. B.L., 1899 
Walter Scott Amsler 

A.B. 
James Richard Bowman 

LL.B. M.A., So. West Univ. 



Class of 1901 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Teacher 

Pnn. of McGregor High School 
Capitalist 



Austin, Tex. 
Dallas, Tex. 
McGregor, Tex. 
Piano, Tex. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS 



365 



Madison Hawthorne Benson 

LL.B. A.B., 1896 
Alex Camp 

LL.B. B.S., 1901 
James Nicholas Goldbeck 

LL.B. 



Walter Pharo Napier 
Tom MacRae 



Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 
Real Estate 

Class of IQ02 

Railroad Employee 
Capitalist 



Julien Andrew Richardson Attorney at Law 



Houston, Tex. 
Dallas, Tex. 
Austin, Tex. 



Terrell, Tex. 
New York, N, Y. 

Grand Hotel 
Austin, Tex. 



Alva Breaker Court 
James Thomas Elliott, Jr. 
Marcellus Kleburg 
James DuBose Walthall 



Roy Bruce Burnett 
Edward Crane 

Victor Cassar Eckhardt 



Class of 1903 
Student 

Lumber Dealer 
Student 
Student 

Class of 1904 

Cattleman 
Student 

Student 



Houston, Tex. 

2704 Brazoo St. 
Dallas, Tex. 

193 Hawkins St. 
Galveston, Tex. 

1025 Ave.H 
San Antonio, Tex. 

426 Dwyer Ave. 



Benjamin, Tex. 
Dallas, Tex. 
149 State St. 
Austin, Tex, 



Arthur Cleveland Amsler 
Robert Carl Dickerson 
Walter Kleberg 



Class of 1905 



Student 
Student 
Student 



McGregor, Tex. 
Paris, Tex. 
Galveston, Tex. 
1025 Ave. H 



VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE 



LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 



Founded in 1839 



First Class Graduated in 1842 
A State Institution 



DEPARTMENT 
MILITARY 

STATISTICS 



Value of buildings and grounds - 
Value of equipment and apparatus - 
Income from all sources for 1899-1900 
Tuition in college department 

Number of volumes in library 
Number of professors and instructors 
Number of students in attendance 

Women are not admitted. 



$550,000.00 

50,000.00 

58,532.22 

275.00 

11,492 
248 



ALPHA MU CHAPTER 

Founded December 31, 1884. Became inactive in 1885 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Alpha Tau Omega (inactive), 1865-81 ; Kappa Alpha (inactive), 1868-88 ; 
Beta Theta Pi (inactive), i86g-8o ; Sigma Nu (inactive), 1869-88 ; Kappa 
Sigma (inactive), 1874-78; Sigma Alpha Epsilon (inactive), 1874-75; Phi 
Delta Theta (inactive), 1878-88. 



367 



ALPHA MU CHAPTER 



VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE 



Cecil Henry Moore 



Richard Pindal Camden 
C.E. 

*George Byron Edmiston 
A.B., Wash, and Lee Univ., i8: 
M.D., Ky. School of Medicine 

William Graham Gwatkin 

Turner Ash by Winfield 
Graduate Va. Mil. Inst. 



Thomas Willis Lackland 
Graduate Va. Mil. Inst. 

John William Wilson, Jr. 

Robert Edwin Withers 
Graduate Va. Mil. Inst. 



Class of 1884 

Accountant 

Asst. Sec. American Planograph 
Co. 
Capitalist 

Physician 

Died March 28, 1891 

Commercial Traveler 

Orange Grower 

Class of 1885 

Civil Engineer 

Commercial Traveler Waverly, Va. 

Manufacturer New Kensington, Pa. 

Treasurer Pittsburg Reduction Co. 



New York, N. Y. 
31 E. 17th St. 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Buckhannon, W. Va. 

Richmond, Va. 

810 W. Grace St. 
Little River, Fla. 



"(■Charleston, W. Va. 



Porter Arnold 

Johnson Newton Camden 

Graduate Va. Mil. Inst. 
Henry Winston Holt 

Graduate Va. Mil. Inst. 

B.L., Wash, and Lee Univ., i 
Julius Alfred Ludwig 

Graduate Va. Mil. Inst. 

C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic 
1S89 
Thomas Jacob Nottingham, 

Graduate Va. Mil. Inst. 

Edwin Amiss Palmer 
Graduate Va. Mil. fnst. 

Philip St. Julien Wilson 
Graduate Va. Mil. Inst. 

Robert Lee Wilson 
Graduate Va. Mil. Inst. 



Class of 1886 

Farmer 
Capitalist 

Attorney at Law 

Judge Corporation Court 



Inst., 



Weston, W.Va. 
Weston, W. Va. 

Staunton, Va. 
Richmond, Va. 

Norfolk, Va. 



Jr. Merchant 

Major ist Bat. 71st Reg. Inf. Va. Vols. 
Vice-Pres. Nottingham & Wren Co. 
Insurance Richmond, Va. 



Attorney at Law 
Manufacturer 



Sec. and Treas. Vicksburg Ice Co. 



Richmond, Va. 

905^ E. Main St. 
Vicksburg, Miss. 



Wilson Arnold 
George Taylor Langhome 
Graduate U. S. Mil. Acad., 18 



Class of 1887 

Farmer 

U. S. Officer 

ist Lieut, ist U.S. Cav. 



Weston, W. Va. 
Manila, P. L 



Victor Wilson Floweree 
Graduate Va. Mil. Inst. 



Class of i{ 
Contractor 



Kansas City, Mo. 



368 



TULANE UNIVERSITY OF 
LOUISIANA 

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 

Founded in 1882 Chartered in i{ 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

collegiate technology 

graduate law 

newcomb college medicine 



STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and equipment .... $85o,ooo.cx) 

Productive funds ...... 1,350,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 ... - 131,600.06 

Tuition in collegiate department .... 105.00 

Number of volumes in library . . - . - 26,000 

Number of professors and instructors _ . . 80 

Number of students in attendance . . . . Iii44 

Women are admitted in Newcomb College, 

ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER 

Founded May, 1886 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Kappa Psi (inactive), 1858-61 ; Pi Kappa Alpha (inactive), 1878-81 ; 
Kappa Alpha, 1882 ; Alpha Tau Omega, 1887 ; Sigma Nu, 1888; Delta Tau 
Delta, 1889 ; Phi Delta Theta, 1889 ; Kappa Sigma, 1889 ; Phi Kappa Sigma, 
1893; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1897; Pi Beta Phi, 1891 ; Chi Omega ; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. 



369 



ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER 



Edward Wyllys Terry 



TULANE UNIVERSITY 

Class of 1886 

U. S. Army 



Manila, P. I. 



Samuel Henderson, Jr. 

B.L. 
William Gray 

B.L. 



John Dymond, Jr. 
A.B. B.L., 1890 

Erasmus Darwin Fenner 
A.B. M.D., 1892 

Daniel Mosley Griffith 
M.D. 



Thomas Carter 

A.B. B.D., VanderbiltUniv. 
Thomas Todd Carter 
Frederick John Combe 
Marshall James Gasquet 

A.B. B.L., 1890 
Hewes Thomas Gurley 

B.L. 
Randall J. Hunt 

M.D. 
Frank Adair Leovy 

Purnell Mitchell Milner 

B.L., 1892 
Gilbert Hawkins Norton 

Robert Buckner Parker 

Robert James Perkins 
B.L., 1893 



Class of 1887 
Attorney at Law 
Farmer 

Class of 1888 



New Orleans, La. 
1533 Henry Clay Ave. 

Mississippi 



Attorney at Law New Orleans, La. 
Member Board of Administration, 339 Carondelet St. 
Tulane Univ. 

Physician New Orleans, La. 

Asst. House Surgeon, Charity Tulane ."^ve. 
Hospital 

Physician Kentucky 



Class of 1889 

Teacher 

t Prof, of Greek in Tulane Univ. 

Physician 
Broker 



New Orleans, La. 
2029 Palmer A\e. 
New York, N. Y. 
Brownsville, Tex. 
New York, N. Y. 

New Orleans, La. 
2033 Coliseum St. 
■fShreveport, La. 



Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Beaumont, Tex. 
Division Freight and Passenger 1168 Hebert St. 
Agt. Southern Pacific Co. 
Attorney at Law New Orleans, La. 

928 Marengo St. 

Clerk New Orleans, La. 

With Illinois Central Railroad 1539 Seventh Ave. 

Merchant New Orleans, La. 

With John M. Parker & Co. 2303 Prytonia St. 

Attorney at Law New Orleans, La. 

State's .'Attorney for 28th Judicial 812 Hennen Bldg. 

District of Louisiana 
Delegate to and Grand Pro-Consul 
of 17th Grand Chapter 



Walter Hart Jewell 
Alfred Joshua Lewis, Jr. 



Class of 1890 

With C.J. Hart & Co. 
Accountant 

With I. C. R. R., Yazoo & Miss. 
Valley R. R., and Central Ele- 
vator & Warehouse Co. 



f New Orleans, La. 

1730 Annunciation St. 
New Orleans, La. 

1231 Coliseum St. 



TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA 



371 



William Bradish Forsyth 

B.L., Univ. of Va.,1896 
♦Sawyer Hayward 

Lucian Maurice Provosty 
B.L., iSgy; A.B., iSggiM.D. 

Harry Wiggingtori Rickey 
B.S. 

Thomas Farrar Richardson 
A.B. M.D., 1896 



Benjamin Palmer Carter 

*James Carson Dixon 

A.B. 
Benjamin Moss Walmsley 



John Dyson Britton 

A.B. 
Douglas Forsyth 

A.B. 
Charles Conrad Krumbhaar 

George King Logan 

B.S. M.D., 1899 
Charles Cate Waterman 

B.S. 



Henry Beach Carre 

A.B. B.D., Vanderbilt Univ., 
189S. 
Wirt Howe 

A.B. B.L., Harvard, 1899 

Samuel Logan 
M.D., 1900 



Class of i8q2 
Attorney at Law 

Broker 

Died August 7, 1897 
Physician 

Clergyman 

Pastor of M.E. Church 
Physician 

U. S. Marine Hospital Corps 

Class of 1893 

Mining Expert 

Mining,' Engineer in South Africa 
Student 

Died October 6, 1896 
Merchant 



New Orleans, La. 

2708 Prytonia St. 
New Orleans, La. 

177 Annunciation St. 
New Roads P. O., La, 

INachitoches, La. 

tNew York, N. Y. 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

174 Louisiana Ave. 
New Orleans, La. 

First and Chestnut Sts. 



Class of 1894 



New Orleans, La. 

1929 Napoleon Ave. 
New Orleans, La. 
99 1423 Louisiana Ave. 
New Orleans, La. 

1235 St. Andrew St. 
New Orleans, La. 



Cashier 

With De Buys & Labouisse 
Merchant 

Grand Praetor7th Province, i 
Engineer 

Southdown Plantation 
Physician 

Visiting Physician Charity Hospital 1539 Philip St. 
Cotton Buyer New Orleans, La, 

2218 Prytonia St. 

Class of 1895 

Clergyman 

Pastor M. E. Church, South 

Vice-Pres. Centenary Col. 
Attorney at Law 

Delafield & Howe 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 
Physician 

Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 



Jackson, La. 
New York, N. Y. 



New Orleans, La. 

1539 Philip St. 



William Ackerman Dixon 

A.B. 
Harvey Burton Earle 

Horton Kennedy Payne 

B.E. 
Joseph Ogden Pierson 

Hardie Barr Walmsley 
M.D., Columbia Univ., 1900 



♦William Henry Hayward 

A.B. 
Frank Adair Monroe, Jr. 

B.E. 

James Beasley Murphy 

B.S. 
John Francis Richardson 

B.S. 



Class of 1896 

Teacher 

Prin. of Di.Non Academy 
Correspondent 

With Randolph-Clowes Co., 
Waterbury, Conn. 
Engineer 

General Manager Street Railway 
Manufacturing Stationer 

Sec. & Treas. of Palfrey-Dameron 
Co., Ld. 
Physician 

Class of 1897 



Covington, La. 

New York, N. Y. 
325 Amsterdam Ave. 

Houston, Tex. 

New Orleans, La. 

304 Camp St. 

New York, N. Y. 



New Orleans, La. 



Clerk 

Died February 24, 1899 
Engineer New Orleans, La. 

Chemist Belle Alliance Plantation 847 Carondelet St. 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Planter New Orleans, La. 

2627 Carondelet St. 
Civil Engineer New Orleans, La. 

Assistant Engineer of Sewerage 1631 Foucher St. 
and Water Board 



372 



ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER 



William Bullitt Grant 

A.B. B.L., iQoo 
Thomas Muldrup Logan, Jr. 

B.E. B.C., 1900 



Jules Blanc Monroe 

A.B. B.L. 
James Porter Parker 

M.D. 
John Randolph Tucker, Jr. 



Samuel Stanhope Labouisse 
B.E. 

Paul Avery Mcllhenny 
M.D. 



Leeds Eustis 
Harry Forsyth 

Richard Millikin Murphy 

A.B. 
George Gustaf Westfeldt 

A.B. 



Class of 1898 

Attorney at Law 



New Orleans, La. 

3932 St. Charles Ave. 
New Orleans, La. 

1539 Philip St. 



Sugar Engineer 

Delegate to 24th and 25th Grand 

Chapters 
Grand Praetor Seventh Province, 
1901- 
Attorney at Law New Orleans, La. 

With Lapeyre, Monroe & Brezeale 847 Carondelet St. 

New Orleans, La. 

1631 Constantinople St. 



Physician 
Student 



Staunton, Va. 



Class of 1900 

Student 

Attending Columbia Univ. 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Physician 

Class of 1901 

Clerk 

With Commercial National Bank 
Clerk 

With Elder Dempster Steamship 
Co. 

With Murphy & Farwell 

With Westfeldt Bros. 



New Orleans, La. 
1544 Webster St. 

Avery's Island, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

Berlin and Baronne Sts.- 
New Orleans, La. 
1423 Louisiana Ave. 

New Orleans, La. 

3627 Carondelet St. 
New Orleans, La. 

2617 St. Charles Ave. 



Class of 1902 

Hugh Montgomery Krumbhaar Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Merrill Neville Smith Student 

William Germain Vincent, Jr. Student 



William Holcombe Aiken 

Lewis Bienvenue Crawford 

John Rainey Hayward 
Hemdon Sharp 



Hugh Kerr Aiken 
Darleigh Rasselas Perkins 
George Winter Robertson 



Class of 1903 
Student 

Student 

Student 
Cadet 

West Point Mil. Acad. 

Class of 1904 

Student 

Student 
Student 



Gustaf Reinhold Westfeldt, Jr. Student 



Yeremya Kenley Smith 

Charles Campbell Crawford 
Alphonse Rost Minor 
Frank Tilsdale Payne 
George Elliot Williams 



Student 

Class of 1905 
Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 



New Orleans, La. 

1235 St. .'\ndrews St. 
New Orleans, La. 

1410 St. .Andrews St. 
New Orleans, La. 

2029 St. Charles Ave. 

New Orleans, La. 

1102 St. Charles Ave. 
New Orleans, La. 

612 Royal St. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 

5015 Camp St. 



New Orleans, La. 

1102 St. Charles Ave. 
New Orleans, La. 

Station B. 
New Orleans, La. 

1925 Berlin St. 
New Orleans, La. 

2617 St. Charles Ave. 
New Orleans, La. 

1410 St. Andrews St. 

New Orleans, La. 

612 Royal St. 
New Orleans, La. 

2337 Decatur St. 
New Orleans, La. 

3021 Chestnut St. 
New Orleans, La. 

1322 First St. 



ALBION COLLEGE 

ALBION, MICHIGAN 

Chartered in i86i First Class Graduated in 1863 

A Denominational Institution (Methodist Episcopal) 

DEPARTMENTS 

LIBERAL ARTS ORATORY 

SUB collegiate painting 

MUSIC BUS'-NESS 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds - - - - $ 80,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus . . . . 50,000.00 

Amount of endowment . . . . . 256,000.00 

Value of productive funds - . . . . 250,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 32,000.00 

Tuition in college department ..... Free 

Number of volumes in library .... 16,000 

Number of professors and instructors .... go 

Number of students in attendance . . - . ^go 

Women are admitted and constitute about forty per cent, of the attendance. 

ALPHA PI CHAPTER 

Founded June 21, 1886 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Delta Tau Delta, 1876; Alpha Tau Omega, i88g; Sigma Nu, 1895; l^elta 
Gamma, 1883; Alpha Chi Omega, 1887; Kappa Alpha Theta, 1887. 



37: 



ALPHA PI CHAPTER 



ALBION COLLEGE 



Charles Irving Buell 

George William Loomis 
A.B. A.M., 1896 



Edgar Lafayette Moon 

A.B. 
Carmi R. Smith 

B.S. 
Durand William Springer 

B.S. 



*William Cornelius Van Loo 
Ph.B. 



Class of 1886 

Accountant 

With Valley City Desk Co. 
Teacher 

Supt. of Central State Normal 
Training School 

Pres. of Mich. School Superin- 
tendents' Assn. 
Clergyman 

Pastor of M. E. Church 
Lumber Merchant 

Teacher 



Grand Rapids, Mich. 

207 S. Union St. 
Mt. Pleasant, Mich. 



Bad Axe, Mich. 
Niles, Mich. 



Ann Arbor, Mich. 



Director Commercial Dept. Ann 

Arbor High School 
Lecturer on Science of Accounts, 

Univ. of Mich. 
Sec. of Cleary Business Col. 
Vice-Pres. of National Commercial 

Teachers' Federation 
State Director of Nat. Educ. Assn. 
Attorney at Law 
Died July 21, 1890 



Big Rapids, Mich. 



George Frederick Knappen 

Ph.B. 
Frank Henry Loomis 

A.B. 
William Molineaux Snell 

Ph.B. 

Dwight Bryant Waldo 
Ph.B. A.M., 1890 

William Clarence Webster 
A.B. Ph.D. 



Class of 1887 

Banker Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 

Cashier of Sioux Falls Sav. Bank 217 Prairie Ave. 

Commercial Traveler Grand Rapids, Mich. 

With Am. Book Co., Chicago, 111. Morton House 
Attorney at Law SaultSte. Marie, Mich. 

Judge of Probate, Chippewa Co., 

Mich. 
Delegate to i6th Grand Chapter 
Teacher Marquette, Mich. 

Principal of Northern Normal 
School 
Teacher Brooklyn, N. Y. 

In Commercial High School, Brook- 321 Putnam Ave. 
lyn, N. Y. 



Anson Elisha Hagle 
B.S. 

Shelley Bryant Jones 
B.S. 



Class of 1888 

Insurance Agent Albion, Mich. 

With State Mutual Life Assurance 
Co., Worcester, Mass. 



Druggist 

Pres. and Mgr. of People's Drug 
Co., Marquette, Mich. 



Marquette, Mich. 



John F. Critchett 
Ph.B. 

Fisk Mark Ray 
Ph.B. 



Class of 1889 

Metallurgist Pictou, Nova Scotia 

Asst. Supt. of Copper Crown Min- 
ing Co. 

Berkeley, Cal. 
Asst. Mgr. of Bay Counties Power 2429 Channing Way 
Co., San Francisco, Cal. 

374 



ALBION COLLEGE 



William Joyce Smith 



Albert Philander Stark 

William Stearns White 
Ph.B. 



375 

Battle Creek, Mich. 



Banker 

Cashier Farmers' and Mechanics' 
Banlc 

Director Nat. Bank of Battle Creek 
Attorney at Law Livingston, Mont. 

City Attorney 
State Agent 

For American Book Co. 

Delegate to 17th Grand Chapter 



Detroit, Mich, 

35 Alexandrine Ave.,E. 



Ralph Connable, Jr. 

Clarence Adelbert Fiske 
A.B. 



Eugene Colfax Peirce 

A.B. 
Kingsley Van Loo 

Ph.B. 



Class of 1890 

Merchant Chicago, 111. 

Buyer for Siebert, Good & Co. 1540 VV. ."Xdams St. 

Publisher Springfield, 111. 

Publisher of the Continuous Law 320 S. Fifth St. 

Book Catalogue 
With Callaghan & Co., Chicago, 111. 
Grand Triumvir and Grand Praetor 
of Fifth Province, 1892-94 
Teacher Ottumwa, la. 

Prin. of High School 
Merchant Fresno, Cal. 

M^r. Dried Fruit Dept. of Griffin & 
Skelley Co. 



James Hutchinson Bartley 

B.S. M.D., Rush Med. Col.. 

Walter Maxwell Connable 



Fred Kimes McEldowney 

William Charles Mitchell 
Homer Oilman Warren 
Ph.B. 



Class of 1891 

Physician 
I 
Accountant 

Bookkeeper Iowa Hospital for the 
Insane 

Accountant 

With Penberthy Injector Co. 
Merchant 
Clergyman 

Pastor M. E. Church 



Tacoma, Wash. 
Mt. Pleasant, la. 

Detroit, Mich. 
305 West Boul. 
Duluth, Minn. 
West Chicago, 111. 



Louis Warner Anderson 

B.S. B.S. (C. E.), Univ. of Mich. 
1895 

Smith Burnham 
Ph.B. A.M., 1898 

Seymour Champion Eslow 
Arthur Lewis Landon 

Ph.B. 
Arthur Hamilton Rockafellow 

Edward Bird Ryan 



Charles Herbert Sharer 

B.S. 
John Wilson Staley 

A.B. 



Class of 1892 

Civil Engineer 
, City Engineer 

Teacher 

Prof, of History West Chester 
State Normal School 

Delegate to i8th Grand Chapter 
Farmer 
Farmer 

Accountant 

Cashier with Joyce, Point & Co. 
Publisher 

Supt. of Periodical Circulation 
Western Methodist Book 
Concern 
Real Estate 

With Charles H. Ewing & Co. 
Banker 

Corresponding Clerk of First Nat 
Bank, Detroit, Mich. 



Grand Rapids, Mich. 
24 Eureka Ave. 

West Chester, Pa. 



Homer, Mich. 
Albion, Mich, 

R. F. D. 3 
Roswell, N. Mex. 

Cincinnati, O. 

611 Prospect Place, 
Avondale 

Chicago, 111, 

614 W. Lake St. 

Detroit, Mich, 

303 West Boulevard 



k 



376 



ALPHA PI CHAPTER 



Ray George MacDonald 
Ph.B. LL.B. Univ. of Mich. 

Newman Miller 
Pli.B. 



Samuel Schultz 

Ph.B. M.D., Northwestern Univ, 
1899 
Richard Ray Wightman 



Class of 1893 

Attorney at Law Chicago, 111. 

3 Grand Historian, 1900-1Q01 618 NewYorkLife Bldg. 

Publisher Chicago, 111. 

Director of Univ. of Chicago Press 5803 Madison Ave. 
Delegate to 19th and 22d Grand 

Chapters 
Grand Praetor of Fifth Province 

and Grand Triumvir, 1894-95 
Grand Annotator and Grand 

Triumvir, 1895-97 
Grand Historian, 1899-1900 
Grand Editor, 1897 
Physician 



Pres. Provident Medical Co. 



Coldwater, Mich. 

Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 
5-7 E. 42d St. 



Class of 1894 

Bert Mather Carr Physician 

M.D.,CoI. of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, Chicago, 111., 189S 
Walter Willis Howard Station Agent 



Arthur Francis Schultz 
Ph.B. 



With Great Northern Railway Co, 
Teacher 

Prin. Public Schools 



Cedar Springs, Mich. 

Dedham, Wis. 
Caseville, Mich. 



Edgar Clarence Dunning 

A.B. M.D., Chicago Homeopathic 
Med. Col., 1901 

Alfred Raymond Johns 

A.B. A.B., Lawrence Univ., 1895 

Arthur Jackson Ogden 

Eugene Reynolds PageJ 



Class of 1895 

Physician 

Clergyman 

Teacher 
Accountant 

With G. H. Gates & Co. 



White Pigeon, Mich. 

Hancock, Mich. 

Owatonna, Minn. 
Detroit, Mich. 

64 E. Columbia St. 



Ernest Burnham 

Ph.B. 
George Emory Dean 

B.L. 
George Buell Douglas 

William Adelbert Gibson 

DeMont Goodyear 

Ph.B. S.T.B., Boston Univ. 
School of Theology, 1899 

William F. Kendrick 

Ph B. 
Stephen Hurd Ludlow 

LeRoy Edwin Perine 
Ph.B. 

Albert Jay Roberts 

A.B. 
Frank J. Shipp 

Ph.B. 



Class of 1896 

Teacher 

County School Commissioner 
Merchant 

Farmer 

Justice of the Peace 

Assessor on District School Board 
Publisher 

Editor of Monroe Democrat 
Clergyman 

Pastor of First Congregational 
Church 

Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 
Clergyman 

Pastor of M. E. Church 
Chemist 

Commercial Traveler 

With D. M. Ferry & Co. 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 
Teacher 

Teacher 

Supt. of Schools 



Marshall, Mich. 
Albion, Mich. 
Traverse City, Mich. 

Monroe, Mich. 
Abington, Mass. 

Ganges, Mich. 
Alpena, Mich, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Helena, Mont. 
Gaylord, Mich, 



ALBION COLLEGE 



377 



John Franklin Walker 

A.B. 
*Leland M. White 

Ph.B. > 
Fitch Roberts Williams 



Teacher 

Supt. ot Schools 
Engineer 

Died Oct. 21, 1897 
Student 

In Law Dept. Univ. of Mich. 



Republic, Mich. 
Macota, Mich. 
Elk Rapids, Mich. 



Lewis Burton Alger 

Ph.B., Univ. of xMich., 1S97 
A.M., Columbia Univ., 1901 



. Porter Bruce Brockway 

B.S., Ohio Wesleyan Univ., 1S97 
_M.D., Rush Med. Col., 1900 

Philip Sheridan Burnham 

Francis Asbury Kulp 

LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1896 

John Irving Landon 

Harvey Glenn Pearce 
A.B., B.L. 



Class of 1897 

Teacher 

Fellow in Teachers' Col., Colum- 
bia Univ. 
Pres. Students' Federation of 
Teachers' Col. 
Physician 

Member Med. Staff Toledo 
Hospital 
Railway Mail Clerk 
Attorney at Law 

Farmer 



St. Joseph, Mich. 



Clergyman 

Pastor M. E. Church 
Sec. Bay City Dist. 
Assn. 



Ministerial 



Toledo, O. 

341 Twelfth St. 

Alamosa, Colo. 
Battle Creek, Mich. 

Albion, Mich. 

R. F. D. 3 
West Bay City, Mich. 

1303 Leng St. 



James Madison Hervey 

LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1S99 
Winfield Scott Kendrick 
Solomon S. Lee 

M.D., Univ. of Mich., 1898 
Frank Newton Miner 

A.B. 
William Alanson Niles 

B.S. 

Fred Agens Ferine 
B.S. 



Frank Roudenbush 
A.B. 



Class of 1898 
Attorney at Law 

Express Messenger 
Physician 



Roswell, N. Mex. 

Flint, Mich. 
Calumet, Mich. 



Clergyman Portland, Mich. 

In I5oston Univ.School of Theology 
Statistician Lansing, Mich. 

Clerk in Vital Statistics Division, 
Dept. of State 
Publisher Chicago, 111. 

With Univ. of Chicago Press 5741 Monroe Ave, 

Delegate to 2;th Grand Chapter 

Grand Historian and Grand Tri- 
umvir, 1901- 
Student Albion, Mich. 

In Kenyon Col. Theol. School 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 



Corbon Perry Birdsey 



Class of 1899 

Insurance Agent 

Dist. Agent for Southwestern Mich, 
Berkshire Life Insurance Co. 



Benton Harbor, Mich, 



s J. Bready 

., Hillsdale Col. 



Charles 

A.B., Hillsdale Uol., 1900 
Lewis Haight Kirby 

LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1901 
Arthur Elias McClintock 



Julius Jerry Nufer 
William Samuel Shipp 



Class of 1900 

Clergyman 
Attorney at Law 



Asst. Sec. Nat. Founders' Assn. 
Student 

Attending Univ. of Mich. 
Student 

In Med. Dept. Univ. of Mich. 



Saugatuck, Mich. 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Detroit, Mich. 

97 Jov St. 

Whitehall, Mich. 
Eckford, Mich. 



378 



ALPHA PI CHAPTER 



Ralph Agnew 

B.S. 
*William Jay Beazan 

Harry Clare Bortles 

Robert Emet Brown 

A.B., Allegheny Col., 1901 
Alfred Russell Dart 

Cornelius Hamblen 

Frank Lindley Parker 

Merlin Ludlow Wiley 



Class of 1901 

Accountant 

Chesaning State Bank 
Accountant 

Died April 9, 1901 
Accountant 

With Gale Manufacturing Co. 
Clergyman 

Merchant 

In lumber business 
Merchant 

With J. G. Hamblen & Co. 
Foreman 

With Clinton Woolen Mfg. Co. 
Student 

In Law Dept., Univ. of Mich. 



Chesaning, Mich. 

Williamson, Mich, 

Albion, Mich. 

Meadville, Pa. 
774 Stewart St, 
Mason, Mich. 

Detroit, Mich. 

Clinton, Mich. 

Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 
424 Portage Ave. 



Russell Herbert Bready 
Eric DeLamarter 



Robert Grocock 

A.B. 
Clarence Roy Hartung 
Charles H. Hayden 

Ralph Stanford Hyney 
John Losey Moore 

Bert H. Parks 



Class of 1902 

Clergyman Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Pastor M. E. Church 884 Griggs Ave. 

Musician Chicago, 111. 

Choirmaster in New England Con- 5490 Washington Ave. 
gregational Church 
Student Menominee, Mich. 

Farmer 
Student 

In Law Dept. Univ. of Mich. 
Student 
Merchant 

In lumber business 
Student 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 



Albion, Mich. 
Lansing, Mich. 

501 North St. 
Albion, Mich. 
Union City, Mich. 

Battle Creek, Mich. 



Willard Christaine Davis 
Robert Jennings Frost, Jr. 

William Alexander Harrow 



Class of 1903 

Stenographer 
Merchant 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



Mankato, Kan. 
Albion, Mich. 

Algonac, Mich. 



Leslie Vaughn Agnew 
Charles Allen Darwin 

Ray Elmer Dean 



Marsh Anderson Dickey 
Clifford Hafford Mead 



Class of 1904 

Student 
Student 

Teacher 

Director Commercial Dept. 

Fairmount Acad., Fairmount, 

Ind. 
Student 
Student 



Chesaning, Mich. 
Detroit, Mich. 
243 Fourth St. 
Girard, Mich. 



Albion, Mich. 
Albion, Mich. 



Ross Cecil Nagle 
George L. Yaple, Jr. 



Class of 1905 



Student 
Student 



Albion, Mich. 
Mendon, Mich. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 

BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA 

Founded March 23, 1868 First Class Graduated in 1870 

A State Institution 



COLLEGIATE 

ART 

LAW 

MEDICINE 



DEPARTMENTS 

COMMERCE 
AGRICULTURE 
MECHANICS 
MINING 



VETERINARY 



CIVIL ENGINEERING 
CHEMISTRY 
DENTISTRY 
PHARMACY 
ASTRONOMY 



STATISTICS 



Value of buildings and grounds 
Value of equipment and apparatus 
Value of productive funds 
Income from all sources for 1899-1900 
Tuition in college department 

Number of volumes in library 
Number of professors and instructors 
Number of students in attendance 



$1,792,304.00 

375,000.00 

2,828,254.23 

475.254-06 

Free 



- 80,000 

300 

3,000 

Women are admitted, and constitute about forty per cent, of the attendance. 



ALPHA BETA CHAPTER 
Founded June 23, 1886 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Zeta Psi, 1870; Phi Delta Theta, 1873; Chi Phi, 1875: Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1876; 
Beta Theta Pi, 1879; Phi Gamma Delta, 1886; Sigma Nu, 1892; Chi Psi, 1895; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, 1894; Kappa Alpha, 1895; Delta Upsilon, i8g6; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
1880; Kappa Alpha Theta, 1890; Gamma Phi Beta, 1894; Phi Delta Phi, 1883; Delta 
Sigma Delta, 1891; Delta Tau Delta, 1898; Phi Kappa Psi, 1899; Alpha Tau Omega, 
1900; Theta Delta Chi, 1900; Alpha Psi, 1898; Phi Sigma Delta, igoo; Delta Delta 
Delta, 1900; Pi Beta Phi, 1900; Alpha Phi, 1901; Xi Psi Phi, 1895; Nu Sigma Nu, 
1900; Alpha Kappa Kappa, 1889; Zeta Omicron, 1896; Pi Delta Alpha, 1900. 

379 



ALPHA BETA CHAPTER 



UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 



Stephen Tyng Mather 



Class of 1887 

Manager 

Chicago House Pacific Coast 

Borax Co. 
Delegate to i8th Grand Chapter . 
Delegate to and Grand Annotator 

of 20th (Special) Grand Chapter 



Chicago, 111. 

Hotel Del Prado 



Ernest Burbank Folsom 

Joseph Robert Haskin 
*William Gilbert Hay 

M.D. 
Charles Albert Noble 

B.S.. Ph.D. 

Thomas Berry Sullivan 

Ph.D. 
Augustus Charles Widber 

B.s. 



Thomas Patrick Andrews 



Class of 1889 

Office Manager 
Risdon Iron Works 

Physician 

Died Nov. 27, 1900 
Teacher 

Instructor in Mathematics, Uni- 
versity of California 
Journalist 

News Editor of San Francisco Call 
Druggist 



San Francisco, Cal, 

■fSan Francisco, Cal. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Berkeley, Cal. 

2727 Bancroft Way 

San Francisco, Cal. 

14S0 Sacramento St. 

San Francisco, Cal. 



Class of 1890 

Merchant 
Bookkeeper 



Henry French Bailey 

Ph.B. 
Hincks Edward Alfred Railton Chief Accountant 

Pacific Mail Steamship Co. 
Charles Edward Townsend 

Ph.B. With Dewey, Strong & Co., Pat- 

ent Attorneys, San Francisco 



San Francisco, Cal. 

109 Montgomery St. 
Santa Cruz, Cal. 

94 Pacific Ave. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

1133 Dolores St. 
Oakland, Cal. 

1204 Tenth St. 



George Edward Coleman 

B.S. 
James Denman Meeker 

A.B. 
Tom Wells Ransom 

B.S. 
Edwin Slater Shanklin 



Class of 1891 

Fruit Grower 

Teacher 

In Hotchkiss School 
Mechanical Engineer 

Mining Engineer 



Class of 1892 

Benjamin Leonard Brundage Assessor 

Edward Francis Haas Civil Engineer 

B.S. C.E., Columbia School of 
Mines, 1894 
George Kent Hooper Manager 

Occidental Hotel 

380 



San Francisco, Cal. 

1834 California St. 
Lakeville, Conn. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

1120 Bush St. 
San Francisco, Cal. 
508 Montgom'e.ry St. 



Bakersfield, Cal. 

1S05 HSt. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

320 Sansome St. 

San Francisco, Cal. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 



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James Albert Brown 

D:D.S. 
Benjamin Girault Lathrop 

*Lemuel Grant Sanderson 

William Hammond Wright 
B.S. 



Class of 1893 
Dentist 

Journalist 

Asst. Sunday Editor San Fran- 
cisco Call 

Died April 17, 1893 
Astronomer 

Asst. Astronomer Lick Obser- 
vatory 



San Francisco, Cal. 

522 Hill St. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

1917 Pacific Ave. 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Mt. Hamilton, Cal. 



Henry Stevens Button 
B.S. 

Cecil Knight Jones 
B.L. 



Class of 1894 

Engineer 

Inspector of Construction, Cali- 
fornia Drydock Co. 



Librarian in Congressional Li- 
brary 
Frederick William Roeding Nurseryman 

With Fancher Creek Nursery 
Hugh Fitz-Randolph Vail 
B.L. 



James Constantyn Helenus Fer- 
guson 



Class of 1895 



Asst. Manager of California Hy- 
draulic Engineering and Sup- 
ply Co. 



Henry Wells Horn Physician and Surgeon 

B.S. M.D., Cooper Med. Col., '97 In Government Service 
Allen Garwood Wright Attorney at Law 

*Robert Elkin Neil Williams 

Died Jan. 13, 1895 



San Francisco, Cal. 

2507 Pacific Ave. 

Washington, D. C. 

Fresno, Cal. 

Santa Barbara, Cal, 

1325 Chapala St. 



San Francisco, Cal. 
2315 Van Ness Av. 



San Francisco, Cal. 

Mills Bldg. 
San Rafael, Cal, 



Alexander Richards Baldvi^in 
Ph.B., LL.B. 

Charles Franklin Eckart 
William Spencer Wright 



John Ralston Hamilton 

Henry Ulrich Roeding 
B.S. 

Tod Robinson Scott 



Class of 1896 

Attorney at Law San Francisco, Cal. 

Grand Praetor of Eightfi Province, 532 Market St. 
1901- 
Chemist Honolulu, H. I, 

Illustrator San Francisco, Cal. 

i7o3Gough St. 

Class of 1897 

Architect San Francisco, Cal. 

2609 California St. 
Electrical Engineer San Francisco, Cal, 

31-33 New Montgomery 
St. 
Broker San Francisco, Cal. 



Bruce Cornwall 



Class of 1895 
Attorney at Law 



Frederick William Grimwood Engineer 
*Clarence Mendell 
Elliott Hathaway Pierce 



Edwin William Stadtmiller 

B.L. 
Temple Smith 



Died Dec. i, 1900 
Commercial Traveler 

With Leonard & Ellis Oil Co. 
Salesman 

With Wellman, Peck & Co. 
Salesman 

With Payot, Upham & Co. 



San Francisco, Cal. 
S. E. Cor. Buchanan 
and Page Sts. 

Honolulu, H. I. 

P. O. Box 450 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Berkeley, Cal. 

2525 Ridge Road 
San Francisco, Cal, 

819 Eddy St. 
San Francisco, Cal, 

722 Bush St. 



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ALPHA BETA CHAPTER 



Class of 1899 
Hudson Smythe 
Lawrence Hamilton Van Wyck 
Norman Scott Wright | Manufacturer's Agent 



Physician and Surgeon 
Southern Pacific Hospital 



Class of 1900 



John Winthrop Barnes 



Army Officer 

ist Lieut. 24th U. S. Infantry 
Butler Brayne Minor Rancher 

William Wilberforce Williams, Jr. 

With steamship Dept. Balfour, 
Guthrie & Co. 



San Francisco, Cal. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

2424 Steiner St. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

722 Bush St. 



San Francisco, Cal. 

Fresno, Cal. 
San Francisco, Cal. 
2717 Pacific Ave. 



John Francis Deane 

John Winchester Flanagan 



Class of 1901 



Commission Merchant 



Clairmont, Cal. 
Marshfield, Ore. 



Frank Cushing Dutton 
Orville Charles Pratt 
Charles Nicholson Wright 

George Martin Broemmel 

Walter Barbour Bundschu 

Harry Gerald Butler 
Simeon Waldo Coleman 



Eugene Sherwood Sheffield 
Alstan Halsej Sheffield 

Harry Somers Young 



Class of 1902 

Student 

Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 

Student 

Class of 1903 

Student 

Student 

Student 
Student 

Class of 1904 

Student 
Student 

Class of 1905 
Student 



San Francisco, Cal, 

2507 Pacific Ave. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

1818 California St. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

226 S. Spring St. 



San Francisco, Cal. 

2501 California St. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

24S Chestnut St. 
Los Gates, Cal. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

1834 California St. 



Santa Barbara, Cal. 

2p8 W. Victoria St. 
Santa Barbara, Cal. 
20S W. Victoria St. 



San Francisco, Cal. 
2530 Pine St. 



LEHIGH UNIVERSITY 

BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA 

Chartered in 1865 First Class Graduated in 1869 

A Non-Sectarian Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

GENERAL LITERATURE TECHNOLOGY 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... §1,250,000.00 

Amount of endowment .--.-. 2,000,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 ... 110,000.00 

Tuition in college department . - - - - 60.00 

Number of volumes in library ..... 115,000 

Number of professors and instructors ... - 44. 

Number of students in attendance • . . - . 526 

Women are not admitted, 

ALPHA RHO CHAPTER 

Founded June 6, 1887 Became inactive in 1891 Revived Sept. 14, 1893 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Kappa Sigma (inactive), 1870-87; Chi Phi, 1872; Delta Tau Delta, 
1874; Phi Delta Theta, 1876; Alpha Tau Omega (inactive), 1882-98; Delta 
Phi, 1884; Theta Delta Chi, 1884; Delta Upsilon, 1885; Sigma Nu, 1885; 
Sigma Phi, 1887; Psi Upsilon, 1887; Phi Gamma Delta, 1887; Beta Theta 
Pi, 1890; Chi Psi, 1893; Kappa Alpha, 1894; Kappa Sigma, 1900; Phi Sigma 
Kappa, 1901. 



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ALPHA RHO CHAPTER 



LEHIGH, UNIVERSITY 



James Hollis Wells 
C.E. 



Class of 1885 

Civil Engineer 

Major 71st N. Y. Vols. 
Engineer 5th Army Corps 



New York, N. Y. 
32 Nassau St. 



Alfred Kramer Leuckel 
Ph.B., Columbia Univ., 1888 



Class of 1887 

Manufacturer 

Doors, Sash, Blinds, etc. 



Trenton, N. J. 

316 Hamilton Ave. 



Edmund Atheley Bates 

C.E. 
William Henry Hubbard 

Clarence Reynold Phillips 
M.D., Jefferson Med. Col., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 1897 



William Richard Sattler 
M.E. 

Edward Benjamin Wiseman 

C.E. 
Harvey Musser Wetzel 

C.E. 



Charles William Corbin 

B.S. 
*Charles Henry Miller 

Arthur Moult Smyth 
B.S. E.M., 1890 

Harry Rush Woodall 
B.S. 



Class of 1888 
Structural Draftsman 
Manufacturer 



Physician 

Member Dauphin Co. Medical 

Society 

Staff Harrisburg Maternity Hospital 
Delegate to 20th Grand Chapter 



Chelsea, Mass. 

I Fitz Terrace 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

1026-28 Filbert St. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

1622 N. 3d St. 



Member of Firm of Ramsey 
Pump and Machine Co. 
Railroad Official 

With P. R. R. 
Engineer 

Class of 1889 
Druggist 

Died Oct. i, i8g6 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 

Assistant City Surveyor 

Secy. Wm. B. Ahern Assn., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 



Elizabeth, N. J. 
906 N. Broad St. 

Parkesburg, Pa. 

Guanabano, Republic 
of Dominica 



Independence, Col. 
Norristown, Pa, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Germantown, 411 High 
St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

630 Wood St. 



George Kerr Anderson 
Francisco Jil Manrique 

William David Matheson 



John Turner Hoover 
B.S. 



Class of 1890 

Editor Pittsburg, Pa. 

Financial Editor of Pittsburg Times Building 



Times 



Class of 1891 

Manufacturer 

Supt. of American Dept. of Na- 
tional Tube Co. 
Mine Superintendent 

With Clearfield & Cush Creek 
Coal and Coke Co. 

384 



•fBogata, U.S. of Colom- 
bia, South America 

Middletown, Pa. 
Dauphin Co. 

Glen Campbell, Pa. 



LEHIGH UNIVERSITY 



385 



Ira Augustus Shimer 

B.A. M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1897 

Edwin Lefevre 



Charles Houghton Corbin 
Joaquin Prieto Rico 

Juan de la Rosa Barrios 



Physician and Surgeon 

U. S. Army Chief Surgeon, Dis- 
trict of Santiago, Cuba 
Journalist and Author 

Financial Editor Commercial 
Advertiser 
Pharmacist 



Santiago de Cuba 
II San Tadeo St. 

New York, N. Y. 
54 Broad St. 

Independence, Col. 

Bogata, U.S. of Colom- 
bia, South America 

Bogata, U.S. of Colom- 
bia, South America 



Class of 1892 



Francis Everett Pratt 



Edward Richards Martin 

B.S., Delaware Col., 1891 
Henry Alexander Ramsden 



Civil Engineer 

Chief Engineer Tintern Manor 
Water Co. 

Farmer and Fruit Grower 
British Consul-General 



Red Bank, N. J. 

Bridgeville, Del 
Havana, Cuba 



Arthur Williston Henshaw 

E.E. 
Frederick George Sykes 

E.E. 

Edward Olmsted Warner 
E.E. 

Weldon Burris Wooden 
C.E. 



Class of 1894 
Electrical Engineer 

With General Electric Co. 
Electrical Engineer 

Gen. Sunt, for G. E. Co. in Elec- 
trical Installation 

Salesman 

With Latrobe Steel and Coupler 

Civil Engineer 



Schenectady, N. Y. 

Sydney, New South 
Wales 

Municipal Bldg. 
Oak Park, 111. 

The Kenton 

Hampstead, Md. 



Class of 1895 



Fred Irving Wheeler 
C.E. 



Civil Engineer New London, Conn. 

Junior Engineer, U. S Eng. Dept. U. S. Engineer's Office 



Class of 1896 



Frank Leslie Cooke 
E.E. 

James George Beach 
B.S., Univ. of 111., i8g6 

Robert Edward Laramy 

B.A., M.A. 
Bruce Emerson Loomis 

E.E. 

Clifford Sherron MacCalla 
E.E. 

Edward Williamson Miller 
B.S.,E.M. 



Charles Henry Olmsted 

Edward Stewart Taylor 

M.E. 



With Rich Patch Iron and Ore 
Co. 

With American Bridge Co., New 
York 
Instructor 



Mgr. of.N.Y. & N.J. Telephone Co. 
Electrical Engineer 

ist Asst. Supt. for C. E. Co. 

Teacher 

Instructor in Mining and Metal- 

lurgfy, Lehigh University 
Archivist, Lehigh Univ. Alumni 
Assn. 
_ Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Civil Engineer 

Mechanical Engineer 

With E. C. .Atkins Co., Indianapol 



Low Moor, Va. 



Binghampton, N. Y. 
121 Murray St. 

Bethlehem, Pa. 

West New Brighton, 
N. Y. 

Sydney, New South 
Wales 
Municipal Bldg. 
South Bethlehem, Pa. 
524 Pawnee St. 



East Hartford, Conn. 

Comstock Block 
Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

s 407 Fairfield Av. 



386 



ALPHA RHO CHAPTER 



William Lindley Pettit, Jr. 



Eugene Peronnean Roundey 
C.E. 



William Ernst Arrison 

George Davies 

M.E. 
Linden Erie Edgar 

M.E. 

Leonard Sherman Horner 
E.E. 

Arthur Octavious Knight 
Clarence Albert Loomis 

C.E. 
Percy Lawrence Reed 

C.E. M.S., 1901 



Class of 1897 

Asst. Engineer United Telephone 
& Telegraph Co. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



Civil Engineer 

Class of 1898 

Journalist 



Draftsman 

With Link Belt Eng. Co. 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Electrical Engineer 

With American Telegraph and 
Telephone Co. 
Draftsman 
Civil Engineer 

Civil Engineer 

With Boston and Albany R. R. 



East Orange, N. J. 
lyg Prospect St. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

1723 Arch St. 

Catasauqua, Pa. 

Germantown, Pa. 
123 W. Tulpehocken 

New York, N. Y. 
241 W. 54th St. 

tPearl River, N. Y. 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

72S, 7th St. 
Allston, Mass. 
12 Easton St. 



Robert Farnham, Jr. 
C.E. 

George Augustus Home 

A.c. 
George Bassett Williams 

B.S., Univ. of 111., 1899 



Class of 1899 

Civil Engineer 

Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 

Grand Historian, 1895-1897 
Chemist 

With B. T. Babbitt, New York 
Architectural Engineer 

Supt. with Holabird & Roche 



Washington, D. C. 

1103 M St. N.W. 

Plainfield, N. J. 

Chicago, 111. 

1618 Monadnock Bldg. 



Class of 1900 

Louis Benjamin Abbott Teacher 

C.E. Instructor in Civil Engineering, 

Int. Corres. Schools, Scranton 
Arthur Benjamin Anderson Merchant 
Frederick William Benze 

Sec. to Davis Rees, Pa. R. R. Co. 
Edmund Trowbridge Satchell Chemist 

A.C. With Guggenheim Smelting Co. 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 



Carbondale, Pa. 

Ambler, Pa. 
Erie, Pa. 

Aguas Calientes, Mex- 
ico 



Louis Phillip Henry Butler 
John Wallace Shaeffer 

M.E. 
Edward T. Thornton 

Thomas Wilbraham Wright 



Louis De Sauque Dibert 



Class of 1901 

Student 

Mechanical Engineer 

Chemist 

With Guggenheim Smelting Co. 

Student 



Class of 1902 

Draftsman 

With Cambria Steel Co. 



Croton Falls, N. Y. 
Fleetwood, Pa. 

Aguas Calientes, Mex- 
ico 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Frankord 



Johnstown, Pa, 

433 Napoleon St. 



John Andre Brodhead 
Newell Van Bergen 
George Cassedy 



Class of 1903 

Student 
Student 
Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



Bethlehem, Pa. 
Carbondale, Pa. 
Ashley, Pa. 



LEHIGH UNIVERSITY 



387 



Jesse Bowman Hirst 
Marcus Augustus Keck 

Winfield Roy Mercer 

George Lester Phillips 



John Garfield Archer 

Harry Elias Edmonds 

Thomas Francis Kelly 
David Mitchell McKelvey 

Richard Emil Wahle 



Edwin Harding Clarke 

Douglas Meeker Clawson 

Joseph Frederick Cottrell 
John Cyrus Felver Distler 

Charles Edgar Ryder 

Richard Julian Roszel 
Cloyd Edgar Sweet 
James Herbert Sweet 
Frank Yocum 



Student 
Student 

Student 

Student 

Class of 1904 

Student 

Student 

Student 
Student 

Student 

Class of 1905 

Student 

Student 

Student 
Student 

Student 

Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



Rosslyn, Va. 
Bethlehem, Pa. 

13 N. Main St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

649 St. Marks Ave. 
Scranton, Pa. 

205 S. Main Ave. 



Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Corcoran Manor 
Elmira, N. Y. 

362^^ Norton St. 
Bethlehem, Pa. 
Louisville, Ky. 

660 W. Jefferson St. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

562 Auburn Ave. 



Baltimore, Md. 

112 W. North Ave. 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

I Willow PI. 
Birdsboro, Pa. 
Baltimore, Md. 

245 S. Broadway 
Norristown, Pa. 

922 W. Egypt St. 
Welbourne, Va. 
Saxton, Pa. 
Saxton, Pa. 
Reading, Pa. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 

Organized in 1868 First Class Graduated in 1873 

A State Institution 



DEPARTMENTS 

graduate science 

literature and arts mechanical arts and engineering 

mines law 

agriculture medicine 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds . . . . $1,680,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 275,000.00 

Amount of endowment and productive funds - - 1,244,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - - 350,000.00 

Tuition in college department . . . . Free 

Number of volumes in library - - . - . 75,000 

Number of professors and instructors . . . . 257 

Number of students in attendance - . . . . 3,500 

Women are admitted, and constitute about 32 per cent, of the attendance. 

ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER 

Founded December 7, 1888 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Chi Psi, 1874; Phi Delta Theta, 1881; Delta Tau Delta, 1883; Phi Kappa 
Psi, 1888; Phi Gamma Delta, 1890; Beta Theta Pi, 1889; Delta Upsilon, 
1890; Psi Upsilon, 1891; Theta Delta Chi, 1892; Alpha Delta Phi, 1892; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1880; Delta Gamma, 1882; Kappa Alpha Theta, 
1889; Pi Beta Phi (inactive;, 1890-96; Alpha Phi, 1890; Delta Delta Delta, 
1894; Phi Delta Phi, 1891; Nu Sigma Nu, 1891; Delta Chi, 1892; Delta 
Sigma Delta, 1894; Phi Alpha Gamma, 1897; Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1889; 
Zeta Psi, 1899; Kappa Sigma, 1901. 

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ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER 



UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA 



♦George Henry Meacham 
B.S., Beloit Co]., 1887 



Class of i88q 

Merchant 

Died Jan. 24, i8go 



Prescott, Wis. 



Martin Hughes Gerry, Jr. 
B.M.E. B.E.E., 1S91 
M.M.E., Cornell Univ., 1894 

William Hausmer Hoyt 

B.C.E. C.E.,1895 
Harry Martin Kennedy 

A.B. 

Louis Henry Kennedy 
A.B. LL.B., 1896 



Arthur Bliss Church 

B.L. LL.B., i8g6 
Walter Maxwell Connable 



C. M. Cory 

Edward Brown Gardiner 
B.S. 

Harry Gilbert Gearhart 
LL.B. 



Benjamin Franklin Coffin 

Jean Afdem Flittie 

LL.B, 
Joseph H. Handlan 
Lane McGregor 

B.L. 

Rolfe Lyon Thompson 
B.L., Columbian Univ. 



Class of 1890 

Engineer 

Chief Engineer and General Mgr. 
Missouri River Power Co. 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Civil Engineer 

U. S. Assistant Engineer 
Miller 

Manager and Secretary Phoenix 
Flour Mills 
Attorney at Law 



Class of 1891 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 19th Grand Chapter 
Accountant 

Bookkeeper Iowa Hospital for 
the Insane 

Attorney at Law 

Judge of Probate Court 

Manager 

Manager Advertising Dept. 
Grand Leader 

Attorney at L-aw 



Class of 1892 

Supt. Station D, Post Office 
Attorney at Law 

Referee in Bankruptcy 

Insurance 

Gen. Agt. Maryland Casualty Co. 

Delegate to i8th Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 18th Grand Chapter 



Helena, Mont. 



Duluth, Minn. 

929 E. 5th St. 

Phoenix, Ariz. 

143 S. 3d St. 

Everett, Wash. 



Staples, Minn. 
Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 

Worthington, Minn. 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Duluth, Minn. 
511-S12 Palladio 



Minneapolis, Minn. 

3028, 2d Av. South 
Mankato, Minn. 

Odd Fellows Block 
fWheeling, W. Va. 
Duluth, Minn. 

6 and 7 Exchange Bldg. 

Santa Rosa, Cal. 
446 Humboldt St. 



Warren Maynard Dodge 

M.D. B.S., 1890 
Hiram Patrick Hoyt 

B.C.E. 
Robert Plummer Lewis 
Charles Edward Putnam 

Edward Wesley Taylor 
LL.B. 



Class of 1893 

Physician and Surgeon Farmington, Minn. 

Civil Engineer New York City 
With Brown-Ketcham Iron Works St. James Bldg. 

Journalist Glasgow, Mont. 

Teacher Petaluma, Cal. 
Prin. of Schools 

Attorney at Law Webster, S. D. 
State's Attorney of Day County 

390 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA 



391 



Fred Hope Burglehaus 

Albert Arthur Dodge 

B.S., 1891; M.D. 
James Clarke Eaton 

James Carlos Geggie 

Walter Charles Poehler 

B.L. 
Roy White Squires 

Wilber Townsend 

D.D.S., Univ. of Michigan 
Roscoe Percy Ward 



Class of 1894 

Merchant 

With Woolson Spice Co. 
Physician 

Surgeon Shattuck Military School 
Merchant 

Grain Commission 

Commission Merchant 

.Assistant Treas. H. Poehler Co. 

Merchant 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 

Dentist 

Banker 



Toledo, Ohio 
Faribault, Minn. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

930 Chicago .Vve. 
Duluth, Minn. 

221. isth .Ave., East 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

304 Flour Exchange 
Manila, P. I. 

El Paso, Tex. 

2 Bronson Blk. 
Waseca, Minn. 



Charles Harrison Dennison 

Frederick Warner Foot 

LL.B. 
Nathan Herbert Kelley 

D.D.S., Univ. of Iowa, 1899 
Orange Reo Kelley 

D.D.S., Univ. of Iowa, 1899 
Jesse Van Valkenburg 

B.A.. LL.B. 



Albert Reuben Bryan 
Jacob Agassiz Harry Holp 



Charles Hanford Kendall 
C.E., Cornell Univ., 1895; M.S. 



Frank Davidson Merchant 

LL.B. 
William Adam Poehler 

LL.B. 
Franklin Theodore Poehler 

M.D. B.S., 1893 



Class of 1895 

Clerk 

Clerk toSupt.of G. N. Ry. 
Attorney at Law- 
Dentist 

Dentist 

Professor Omaha Dental Col. 
Attorney at Law 



Minneapolis, Minn. 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Globe Bldg. 
Salida, Col. 

Omaha, Neb. 

344 Bee Bldg. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

1S09 Irving Ave., S. 



George Arthur Rhame 



Class of 1896 

Traveling Freight Agt. 

Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R. Co. 
Stenographer 

Private Secretary Speaker House 

of Representatives 
Sec. Overland Club 
Civil Engineer 

Asst. Engineer InteriorConstruc- 

tion and Improvement Co. 
Asst. Engineer Pittsburg, Shaw- 
mut & Northern Ry. 
Attorney at Law 



Mgr. Pacific Elevator Co. 
Physician 

Professor Hamline College of 

Physicians and Surgeons 
Visiting Physician to Florence 

Crittenton Home 
Medical Director Union Mutual 

Benefit Co. 
Examining Physician Imperial 

Knights 
Dist. Physician Minn. Mutual 
Casualty Co. 

With N. Y. Branch Diamond 
Rubber Co. 



Minneapolis, Minn. 

505, isth Ave., S.E. 
Butte, Mont. 

217 N. Main St. 

Rushford, Allegheny 
Co., N. Y. 



Minneapolis, Minn. 

9 E. 17th St. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

304 Flour Exchange 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

410 Syndicate .Arcade 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 

158 S. Portland Ave. 



John McCartney Bradford 

LL.B. 
George Emerson Church, Jr. 

*Richard Henry Chute, Jr. 
A.B.. Williams Col., 1897 



Class of 1897 

Attorney at Law 
Lumber 

Died Oct. 6, 1899 



St. Paul, Minn. 

409 Virginia .Ave. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

1316, 7th St., S.E. 
Boston, Mass. 



392 



ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER 



Howard Shoemaker Clark 

B.S„ 1895; M.D. 
Horace Wilder Joss 
William Lott I\liiler 

E.E. 



Physician 

Clerk 

Electrical Engineer 

With Missouri River Power Co. 



Glencoe, Minn. 

ist Natl. Bank Bldg. 
Visalia, Cal. 
Butte, Mont. 

The Dorothy 



Class of 1899 

Walter Lewis Benedict Clerk 

B.S. With M. & St. L. R.R. 

Geo. Albert Edward Finlayson Attorney at Law 

A.B., 1896; LL.B. 



Minneapolis, Minn. 

527, 5th Ave., S.E. 
East Grand Forks, 
Minn. 



Roy Dexter Bosworth 

LL.B. 
George Frank Brooks 

M.D. 
John Burgess 

Thomas Lester Daniel 
M.E. 

Bernard Francis Linne 

Robert Stuart Kent Nelson 

M.D. 
Chester Hoyt Powell 



Class of 1900 

Civil Engineer 



Walnut, 111. 



Physician Hibbing, Minn. 

Hospital Physician Rood Hospital 
Journalist St. Paul, Minn, 

Telegraph Editor St. Paul Daily News 
Mechanical Engineer Minneapolis, Minn. 

Mechanical Department Soo R. R. 1057, 13th Ave., S. E 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Merchant 



Physician 

Surgeon in U. S. Army 

In Mail Dept., Swift & Co. 



Red Wing, Minn. 

450, 7th bt. 
Washington, D. C. 

Washini;ton Barracks 
Chicago, ill. 

347 Garfield Ave. 



Mason Merrill Forbes 

Ralph Ingersoll Johnson 
Michael Anselm Kiefer 

B.S. 
Sterling Herbert Olsen 

B.S. 
Harry Granger Peregrine 
Albert Augustus Tofte, Jr. 



Class of 1901 
Merchant 

Student 

Physician and Surgeon 

Interne City Hospital 
Student 
Student 



Duluth, Minn. 

606 N. 57th Ave., W. 
Colorado Springs, Col. 
Sleepy Eye, Minn. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Winona, Minn. 
Fisher, Minn. 



Fred Alexander Erb 

George Augustine Gallagher 

Charles Pearl Harris 

Ph.B., Ohio State Univ., 1899 
Warren Cumings Knowlton 

Walter Scott Lafans 

Ralph Edwin Lovett 

Henry Steele Lovett 

*Hugh Piatt Man 

Frederick Carl Poehler 
Robert Walter Stevens 

R. Roscoe Sanborn 



Class of 1902 

Student 

Student 

Traveling Salesman 

With National Cash Register Co. 

Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Died April 24, 1901 
Student 

With Dwight Flour Mills 

With Twin City Shoe Co. 



Minneapolis, Minn. 

141, 5th Ave., N. E. 
Minneapolis, Minn, 

510, 13th Ave., S. E. 
Seattle, Wash. 

407 Washington Blk. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

1308, 5th Ave.. S. E. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

510, 13th Ave., S. E. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

408 Union St.. S. E. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

408 Union St.. S. E. 
Winona, Minn. 

327 W. 8th St. 
Le Seur, Minn. 
Minneapolis, Minn, 

3249 Harriet Ave., S. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA 



393 



Arthur Ward Verharen 
Charles Edward Young 



William Eugene Bingham 
Leo Wesley Chilton 
Julius Girard Newgord, Jr. 

Edward Amos Purdy 
Charles Edward Sainsbury 
Harry Jay VanValkenburg 



Robert Kendall Booth 

Vern Howard Bosworth 

Leon Coria 

George Dart Crossette 

John William Dunn 

Chester Haynes Kinnard 

Frank Sylvester Lamberton 
Walton Willard Thorpe 



Richard Maurice Funck 
Day Ira Okes 
Max Wilcox Ricker 
Ernest Lee Yerxa 



Student 






Spencer, la. 


Clerk 






Minneapolis, Minn. 
1419, stii St., S. E. 


Class 


of 


1903 




Student 






Sleepy Eye, Minn. 


Student 






Howard Lake, Minn 


Student 






Minneapolis, Minn. 
1829, 9tli -Ave.. S. 


Student 






Waukon, la. 

La Moille, Minn. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 


With H 


Poehler Grain Co. 


304 Flour Exchange 


Class 


of 


1904 




Student 






Winona, Minn. 

Ill W. Wabasha St. 


Student 






Utica, Minn. 


Student 






Minneapolis, Minn. 


Student 






Minneapolis, Minn. 
420 Ridgewood Ave. 


Student 






Minneapolis, Minn. 
3128, 3d Ave., S. 


Student 






Minneapolis, Minn. 
2750 Dupont Ave. 


Student 






Winona, Minn. 


Student 






Britton, S. Dak. 


Class of 


1905 




Student 






Burlington, la. 

714 N. 7th St. 


Student 






Minneapolis, Minn. 
1308, 7th St., S. E. 


Student 






Minneapolis, Minn. 
1325, 1st Ave., S. 


Student 






Los Angeles, Cal. 



Melrose and Vermont 
Aves 



THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH 
CAROLINA 

CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA 

Chartered in 1789 Founded in 1795 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 
literary agriculture 

scientific mechanics 

normal law 

medicine pharmacy 

STATISTICS 

Value of productive funds . - - . . $100,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - . . - 50,000.00 

Number of volumes in library ------ 56,000 

Number of professors and instructors . . - . 47 

Number of students in attendance ----- 660 

ALPHA TAU CHAPTER 

Founded May 29, 1889 Became inactive in 1900 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1851; Phi Gamma Delta, 1851; Beta Theta Pi, 1851; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, 1857; Delta Psi (inactive), 1854-62; Delta Phi (inactive), 1855-61; Chi 
Psi (inactive), 1855-61; Phi Kappa Sigma (inactive), 1856-95; Theta Delta Chi (inac- 
tive), 1857-62; Zeta Psi, 1858; Chi Phi (inactive), 1858-68; Alpha Tau Omega, 1879; 
Kappa Alpha, 1881; Phi Delta Theta, 1885; Sigma Nu, 1888; Kappa Sigma, 1893; 
Pi Kappa Alpha, 1895. 



395 



ALPHA TAU CHAPTER 



UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 



William Benjamin Ricks 
B.D., Vanderbilt Univ., 189- 



Class of 1889 

Clergyman Helena, Ark. 

Pastor ist M. E. Church, South 
Trustee Hendrix Col. and Gallo- 
way Col. 
Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Grand Praetor 7th Province, 1892-95 
Conference Missionary Sec'y 



Hanson Finla Murphy 
Frank McRee Shannonhouse 



Class of 1890 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 

Member of Legislature 



Burgaw, N. C. 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Francis Moore Clark 

M.D., Col. Physicians and Sur- 
geons, Baltimore, Md. 
Neill Alexander Currie 
Joseph Winston Duguid 
Robert Du Val Jones 

M.D., Univ. of Md. 
James Vance McGougan 
Angus Wilton McLean 



William H. Williams 



Robert Burwill Redwiiie 
Richard Alexander Urquhart 



Class of 1891 

Physician 

Merchant 
Physician 
Physician 

Physician 
Attorney at Law 

McLean & McLean 

Pres. Bank of Lumberton 

Atty. for Robeson County 

Vice-Pres. Lumberton Cotton Mills 

Pres. Lumberton Telephone Co. 

Director Armfield Co. 

Atty. for Atlantic Coast Line R. R.Co. 

tNewton, N. C 



Beaufort, N. C. 

Clarkton, N. C. 
Newberne, N. C. 
Newberne, N. C. 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
Lumberton, N. C. 



Class of 1892 

Attorney at Law 
Physician 



Monroe, N. C. 
Baltimore, Md. 
1950 Linden Ave. 



James W. Ferguson 
David Farrow Foy 
*Arnold Vance Graves 



Henry Bascomb Heath 
Charles French Toms 
Frank Tisdale 



Class of 1893 

Attorney at Law 

Solicitor 16th Judicial District 



Waynesville, N. C. 

New York, N. Y. 

Produce Ex. Bldg. 
Washington, D. C. 



With Mclntyre & Marshall 
Manager 

With Virginia & Carolina Chem- 
ical Co. 

Died in 1900 
Cotton Manufacturer "fSands, N. C. 

Attorney at Law Hendersonville, N. C. 

Clerk Greensboro, N. C. 

Clegg Hotel 

396 



UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 



397 



James Robert Craige 
John Edward Mattocks 
B.S., 1895; M.S. 



George Hughes Kirby 

B.S. M.D..Lons Island Col. 
Hospital, 1899 

Wajne Adolphus Mitchell 



LL.B. LL.M., Columbian Univ., i8g6 



Class of 1895 

Merchant and Manufacturer 
Mining 



Class of 1896 

Physician 

1st Asst. Physician Worcester 
Insane Hosjutal 

Delegate to 23ci Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 



James H. Ramsay 
♦William Heinrich Williams 



Adolphus Howard Edgerton 

Augustus Lewis Jones 
Charles Earl Johnson Jones 



Farmer 
Soldier 

Lieut. U. S. A. 

Died January 23, 1900 

Class of 1897 

Merchant 

Sec'y and Treas. Enterprise Lum- 
ber Co. 
Sec'y and Treas. Goldsboro Illu- 
minating & Traction Co. 
Chemist 

Supt. John Dunlap Co. 
Attorney at Law 



Charlotte, N. C. 
Canton, N. C. 



Worcester, Mass. 



Kinston, N. C. 

Seaboard, N. C. 
Asheville, N. C. 



Goldsboro, N. C. 



Pittsburg, Pa. 

321 Lehigh Ave. 
Asheville, N. C. 



Willis Grandv Peace 



Class of 1898 

Lieutenant U. S. A. 



Oxford, N. C. 



Class of 1899 



Edward Clemmons McEachern Physician 

M.D., Univ. of Md., 1901 
Charles James O'Hagan, Jr. Merchant 



Louis E. Hall 
Fredrick Leon Pearsall 
John Roy Williams 
Edward Jenner Wood 
B.S. 



Merchant 
Merchant 
Medical Student 
Medical Student 
In Univ. of Fa. 

Class of 1900 

Vice-PresJ and Mgr. Winston Ktg 
Physician 

Law Student 

Real Estate 



Randleman, N. C. 
Greenville, N. C. 

53 Hayward St. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
W^ilmington, N. C. 
Asheville, N, C. 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Reginald Bailey 

John Mortimer Hayes 

M.D., Univ. of Md., 1901 
Thaddeus Winfield Jones, Jr. 

S.B. 
William Dalton McAdoo 
Robert Alexander McEachern Planter 
Willie Person M. Turner Insurance 

William Uavid Simpson Student 

Univ. of Md. 
Willis Steadman Vaughn Manager 

With I. L. Vaughn Tobacco Co. 
Claude Hill Weir Physician 

Class of 1901 

Robert Vance Brawley Physician Mooresville, N. C. 

M.D., Univ. Col. of Meaicine,'i9oi House Surgeon Va. Hosp., Richmond, Va. 

Dunlap Thompson Physician Raynham, N. C. 



Winston, N. C. 
Mills 
Magothy, Md. 

Acton, N. C. 

Greensboro, N. C. 
Lumber Bridge, N, Co 
Greensboro, N. C. 
Monroe, N. C. 

Winston, N. C. 

New York, N. Y. 
Bellevue Hosp. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN 
CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 

Founded in 1880 P'irst Class Graduated in 1884 

A Denominational Institution (Methodist Episcopal) 

DEPARTMENTS 
liberal arts agriculture 

MEDICINE preparatory 

MUSIC LAW 

FINE ARTS DENTISTRY 

STATISTICS 

Amount of endowment ...... $520,000.00 

Value of buildings and grounds .... 110,000.00 

Value of productive funds . . . . . 200,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1 899-1900 - - - 41,000.00 

Tuition in collegiate department .... 60.00 

Number of volumes in library .... 4,500 

Number of professors and instructors - . . . 62 

Number of students in attendance .... gig 

Women are admitted. 

ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER 

Founded June 8, 1889 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Delta Gamma (inactive), 1887-97; Kappa Alpha Theta (inactive), 1887-95; 
Alpha Chi Omega, 1895; Nu Sigma Nu, 1896; Pi Rho Sigma, 1897; Psi 
Omega, 1900. 



399 



ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER 



UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 



George Sinsabaugh 
Ph.B. Ph.M., 1888 



William Sherman Bovard 
A.B. S.T.B., Boston Sch. 
Theol., 189S 



William C. Whitcomb 
B.S. 



Paul Arnold 

Clinton Allen Bradley 

B.S. 
George Dorr Christy 

B.S. 
Lloyd Bennett Christy 
Elgar Reed 

B.S. M.S., 1893. M.D., 1893, Col. 
of Medicine and Surgery, Cin- 
cinnati 
Edward Brookbank Stuart 

B.S. 



Thomas Wilfred Robinson 
A.B. A.M.. 1894 



Robert Thomas Hall 

B.S. M.S., D.D.S., Philadelphia 
Dental Col., 1899 
Elmer Edgar Hall 

B.S. M.S., Univ. of Cal., 1896 

Don Carlos Porter 



Lewis Reeser Garret 



Hartley Shaw 

B.Ph., LL.B., Univ. of Cal. 1897 

Rae Gird Van Cleve 
A.B. 



Class of 1885 

Insurance and Loans 

Grand Captain General Grand 
Commandery Knights Temp- 
lars of California 

Grand Praetor Eighth Province, 
1897-99 

Class of 1888 

Clergyman 

Pres. of Associated Charities 

Class of 1889 

Manufacturer 

Class of 1890 

Teacher 

Prof, of Mathematics, Univ. of 
So. Cal. 
Bookkeeper 

Attorney at Law 

Banker 
Physician 



Merchant 

Class of 1892 

Attorney at Law 

Librarian and Secretary of Los 
Angeles County Law Library 

Class of 1893 

Dentist 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 

Teacher 

Whiting Fellow in Physics, 
Univ. of Cal. 
Attorney at Law 



Class of 1894 

Attorney at Law 

Treas. Whittier State School 
Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 

Attorney at Law 

Teacher 

Prof, of Biologyjin HighJSchool 

400 



Los Angeles, Cal, 
208 Frost Block 



Portland, Me. 



Chicago, 111. 

Ohio and Orleans Sts. 



Los Angeles, Cal. 
nil S. Hope St. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

416 W\ 4th St. 

Phoenix, Ariz. 

Phoenix, Ariz. 
El Monte, Cal. 



Los Angeles, Cal. 
Ill S. Broadway 



Los Angeles, Cal. 

IOI3 W.2IStSt. 



Fresno, Cal. 

1033 I St. 

Berkeley, Cal. 

1825 Arch St. 

Pasadena, Cal. 

Rooms 8, 9, 10, S towell 
Block 



Los Angeles, Cal. 

95 Bryson Block 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

531 Stinson Block 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

1349 Union Ave. 



UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 
Class of 1895 



401 



David Lafayette Arnold 

A.B. A.M., Leland Stanford. Jr. 
Univ., 1897 
Robert Garner Curran 



Teacher Greeley, Col. 

Prof, of Mathematics in Col. 
State Normal School 
Merchant Los Angeles, Cal. 

Ill S. Broadway 



Harrv Lee Martin 
A.B. 



Class of 1896 

Broker Los Angeles, Cal, 

President of Guarantors and In- Room q6 Bryson Block 

vestment Co. 



Class of 1897 

Frederick McDonald Spencer Attorney at Law 

A.B. 
Archibald Percival Thomson Attorney at Law 

B.A. 



Los Angeles, Cal, 
206 Tajo Bldg. 

Los Angeles, Cal, 
414 California Bank 



Francis Theodore Scott 

David H, McCartney 

Thomas Chalmers Myers 

M.D. 
Lee Roy Bradley 



Class of 1898 

Clergyman 

First Universalist Church 
Actor 

Physician and Surgeon 

Merchant 



Santa Paula, Cal, 
Los Angeles, Cal, 

927 Orange St. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

223 W. 2d St. 
North Ontario, Cal. 



Class of 1899 



Ernest Bausor Bradley 

B.Ph. 
Charles Bennett Christy 
Philo Jones 



William Frazier Lloyd 
Foster Carlisle Wright 



Clergyman 



Rector Protestant Episcopal Church 



Bank Clerk 
Salesman 

American Type Founders Co. 

Editorial Manager Los Angeles 
Newspaper Union 
Merchant 

Vice-Pres. and Mgr. Southwest 
Printers Supply 
Attorney at Law 

Mayor's Private Secretan' 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



San Luis Obispo, Cal. 



Phoenix, Ariz. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

340 S. Hill St. 



Los Angeles, Cal. 
840^^ S. Flower St. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
1016 W. 38th St. 



Austin Oliver Martin 



Clarke E, Pomeroy 

Hiram Bradbury Tebbetts 
B.Ph, 



John Francis Cowan 

Sam Francis Moulton 

William H. Thornhill 
Clare Cook Young 

B.S. Univ. of Kan., 1897. M.D, 
1901 



Class of 1900 

Reporter 

With Los Angeles Daily Times 



Sec'y of Y. M. C. A. 
Student 



Class of 1901 

Student 

Bookkeeper 

Merchant 

Physician and Surgeon 
La Fortuna Mining Co. 



Los Angeles, Cal. 

Times Office, ist and 
Broadway 
Hartford, Conn. 

Los Angeles, Cal, 
1607 Grand Ave. 



Los Angeles, Cal, 
1420 Mitchell St. 

Los Angeles, Cal, 
6405^ S. Olive St. 

Richwood, Ohio 

Fortuna, Ariz. 



402 



ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER 



William Lawrence Barr 
Edgar Dewey Hiller 

Evan Jenkins 

Charles E. Stauter 

George Nathan Turner 

William Richard Guiberson 



Carl Reed Tufts 
Edwin Janss 
William R. McAliep 
Bruce Hatch 
George E. Bahrenburg 

Ernest Lee Yerxa 



Class of IQ02 

Student Centralia, Wash. 

Student Los Angeles, Cal. 

129 S. Flower St. 
Student Los Angeles, Cal. 

1050 W. 24th St. 
Student Los Angeles, Cal. 

2508 E. ist St. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Teller Main Street Savings Bank iiS5 W. 38th St. 

Sec. San Felipe Land & Water Co. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 



Deputy City Clerk 
Class of 1903 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 

Class of 1904 

Student 



City Hall 



Los Angeles, Cal. 

3203 Grand Ave. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

850 S. I3onne Brae 
San Francisco, Cal. 

315 Castro St. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

1829 S. Flower St. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

955 S. Hope St. 



Los Angeles, Cal. 

Melrose and Vermont 
Aves. 



CORNELL UNIVERSITY 

ITHACA, NEW YORK 

Founded April 27, 1865 First Class Graduated in 1869 

A Non-Sectarian Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 
graduate academic 

LAW medical 

agriculture civil engineering 

mechanical engineering veterinary 

architecture forestry 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds . . . . $1,874,372.86 

Value of equipment and apparatus - - - 1,218,342.95 

Amount of endowment and productive funds - - 6,756,370.17 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 722,210.68 

Tuition in collegiate department ... - 100.00 

Number of volumes in library ... - - 238,376 

Number of professors and instructors ... 360 

Number of students in attendance ... - 3>oo5 

Women are admitted. 

ALPHA PHI CHAPTER 

Founded October 10, i8go 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Zeta Psi, 1868; Chi Phi, 1868; Kappa Alpha, 1868; Chi Psi, 1869; Phi 
Kappa Psi, 1869; Delta Upsilon, 1869; Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1870; Alpha 
Delta Phi, 1870; Theta Delta Chi, 1870; Phi Delta Theta, 1872; Beta Theta 
Pi, 1874; Psi Upsilon, 1876; Alpha Tau Omega, 1887; Phi Gamma Delta, 
1888; Phi Sigma Kappa, 1889; Delta Tau Delta, 1890; Sigma Phi, 1890; 
Delta Phi, i8gi; Kappa Sigma, 1892; Sigma Alpha Epsilon (inactive), 1891-95; 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 1881; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1883; Delta Gamma, 
1885; Alpha Phi, 1889; Phi Delta Phi, 1888; I. T.V. (inactive), 1888-89; Delta 
Chi, 1891; Nu Sigma Nu, 1900; Phi Alpha Sigma, 1900; Omega Upsilon Phi, 
1900; Gamma Alpha, 1900; Sigma Nu, 1901. 

403 



ALPHA PHI CHAPTER 



CORNELL UNIVERSITY 



Class of 1890 

Frederick Lawrence Kortright Teacher 

B.S., D.Sc, i8q=; Asst. Prof, in Chemistry, Univ. 

of W. Va. 
*Frank Hovey Noyes Teacher 

Died January 19, 1898 
Albert Paul Willis Teacher 

Prof, in Piiiladelphia Manual 

Training Scfiool 
Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 



Morgantown, W, Va. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

1338 Pine St. 



Class of 1891 

Charles Henry Duncan Engineer 

Alexander Drummond Lunt Examiner 

M.E., M.M.E. B.S. in M.E., Wor- Examiner in Electricity, U. 
cester Polytechnic Institute; Patent Office 



tjohnstown. Pa. 

New York, N. Y. 
S. 464 W. 144th St. 



Francis Everett Pratt 

Francis Ezra Brewer 

A.B., A.M., Indiana Univ. 

George Carr Purdy 



Otto Peter Schreuder 

Josiah Boardman Scovill 

LL.B. 
Charles Maples Whicher 

Ph.B. M.D., Buffalo Univ.,=i8 



Class of 1892 



Civil Engineer 

Chief Engineer Tintern Manor 
Water Co. 
Teacher 

Prof, in High School, New 

Brighton, Staten Island 
Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



General Manager of Greenlee 

Bros. & Co., Machinery Mfrs. 
Grand Praetor ist Province, 1893-54 
Delegate to iSth and 20th Grand Chapters 



Red Bank, N. J. 



New York, N. Y. 
Port Richmond, 
Staten Island 

Chicago, 111, 

I2th & Union Sts. 



Architect 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Chief Surgeon Pecis Valley Ry. 
City Health Officer 



Boston, Mass. 

93 Federal St. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

812-816 Prudential Bldg. 
Carlsbad, N. Mex. 



Stuart Dunlevy Boynton 

M.E. 
Edward Boynton Cappeller 

A.M. 
Lester Mead HubJey 

Ph.B. M.D., N. Y. Univ. 
Clyde Parker Johnston 

A.B., LL.B. 

John Kirby Jones 

B.S. 
Christian Jensen Toerring 

E.E. 
Hayden Homer Tracy 

M.E., M.M.E. B.S., Worcester 
Polytechnic Institute 



Class of 1893 

Grain Elevator 

Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 
Journalist 

Physician 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 19th Grand Chapter 



Electrical Engineer 
Electrical Engineer 

404 



Chicago, 111. 

390 Ontario St. 

Mansfield, O. 

New York, N. Y. 

40 W. 84th St. 
Cincinnati, O. 

752 Ridgway Ave., 
Avondale 
Grand Marais, Minn. 

New York, N. Y. 

San Francisco, Cal. 



CORNELL UNIVERSITY 



405 



Frederic Flagler Helmer 
James Parker Hall 

A.B. LL.B., Harvard Univ. 



J. Ral{)h Audley Linke 
William Noble Lane 

LL.B. 
Arthur Bates Loomis 

ALC.E. B.S., Univ. of Hi., 1893 
Addison Crawford Ormsbee 

LL.B. 
Thomas Chattle Rogers 



Class of 1894 

Designer and Editor 
Teacher 

Associate Prof, of Law, Leland 
Stanford, Jr., Univ. 

Delegate to 21st Grand Cliapter 



Lockport, N. Y. 
Palo Alto, Cal. 



Engineer Cripple Creek, Col. 

Attorney at Law Denver, Col. 

Civil Engineer Toledo, O. 

Ass't Engineer Massilon Bridge Co. Tfie Monticello 
Attorney at Law Newburgh, N. Y. 

290 Liberty St. 

Attorney at Law Middletown, N. Y. 

Corporation Counsel How Bldg 

Attorney at Law Buffalo, N. Y, 

Attorney at Law Chicago, 111. 

48 Metropolitan Blk. 

Benjamin Studley Woodworth Druggist Fort Wayne, Ind. 

254 W. Wayne St. 



Benjamin Seth Spaulding 
William Bergen Snowhook 



Frederick James Baker 
William Henry Peer Conklin 



George Paxton Diehl 
Frank R. Dickey 

William Brooks Greenlee 
B.S. 

Edward Cole Jones 

M.E. 
Clifford Reno Neare 
*Walter Raleigh Sargent 

Harry Clinton White 

M.E. 
Charles Sommers Young 

B.L. 



Class of 1895 

Artist 

Rochester Herald 
Merchant 

Receiver of Greenpoint Towage 

and Lighterage Co. 
Manager of American Bonding 

and Trust Co. 
Receiver of Salisbury Carbon- 
ate Iron Co. 
Grand Praetor Ninth Province, 
1899- 
Secretary 

Sec. of Edgewood Distilling Co. 
Attorney at Law 

Confidential Secretary to Supremi 
Court Justice 
Manufacturer 

Sec. Greenlee Bros. & Co. 
Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 
Mechanical Engineer 



Rochester, N. Y. 

95 Throp St. 
New York, N. Y. 

1263 Bedford Ave., 
Brooklyn 



Died January 28, 1896 
Mechanical Engineer 



Cincinnati, O. 

607-609 ALiin St. 
New York, N. Y. 
; 44 Court St. 
Brooklyn 

Chicago, 111. 
225 W. i2th St. 

Fort Atkinson, Wis. 

fAtlantic City, N. J. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 



Melrose, Mass. 
106 Bellevue Ave. 
Advertising Omaha, Neb. 

Asst. Advertising AgentSBurlington 1916 Dodge St. 
Route 



Class of 1896 

William Best Salesman 

With Best, Russell & Co. 
William Hempstead Beebe, Jr. Sanitary Engineer 

With Sanitury Corps 
John Daniel Curtis Electrical Engineer 

M.E. Asst. Sur)t. Hatzel & Buehler, 

114, 5th .Ave. 
John Miller Davidge Grocer 

LL.B. 
Benjamin Franklin Ellsworth, Jr. 

Richard Franchot 

B.S. 
Louis Johnson Hall 



With N. Y. & N. J. Telephone Co. 
Chemist 



Chicago, 111. 

Masonic Temple 
Chicago, 111. 

206 Goethe St. 
New York, N. Y. 

217 W. 140th St. 

Binghamton, N. Y. 
81 Main St. 

New York, N. Y. 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Chicago, 111. 

3701 Sheridan Road 



4o6 



ALPHA PHI CHAPTER 



Matthew Brady Keyser 
M.E. 

Herbert Blakeley Royce 

George Armstrong Smith 

B.S. 
Robert Pierce Tobin 

M.E. 



Engineer Pittsburg, Pa 

Selling Engineer, Heyl & Patterson 275 Main St. 
Manager Morris-Hall Mail Closer Co. 



Ellis Leeds Aldrich 

B.L. LL.B., 1899 
Charles Henry Bartlett 

Ph.B. LL.B., Chicago Col. of Law 

Henry Whitney Chatfield 
E.E. 

*James Carson Dixon 

E.E. A.B., Tulane Univ., 1894 

Frederick Davis Herbert 
M.E. 

Roy Hall Hasson 

Joseph Duryea Maynard 

William Horace Squire 
M.E. 



Secretary 

Secy. Middletown St. R. R. 
Asst. Chemist 

Mechanical Engineer 

Class of 1897 

Attorney at Law 



Middletown, N. J. 

9 Highland Ave. 
Ithaca, N. Y. 

New York, N. Y. 
50 Broadway 



New York, N. Y. 
76 William St. 
Attorney at Law Evanston, 111. 

Collector Township of Evanston 827 Greenleaf St. 

Chicago Office 1016, 155 LaSalle St 



Cashier 



Died Oct. 6, 1896 
Marine Engineer 

Clerk 

Insurance 



Wylie Brown 

M.E. 
Frank Lawrence Cochrane 

M.D., Physicians & Surgeons Col. 
N. Y. 
Harry Allyn Frank 

LL.B. 

Bertram Watros Frank 

Elston Fullerton King 
Daniel Maujer McLaughlin 

Hugo Edmund Oswald 

LL.B., Northwestern Univ., 18 

Francis Wheeler Piatt 
Ph.B. 

Isaac Piatt 

LL.B. 
William Austin Strong 

LL.B. A.B., Stanford Univ., ; 

Wesley Steele 
M.E. 

Charles Albert Skidmore 

John Hamilton White 



Class of 1898 

With Bridgeport Brass Co. 
Physician 

Attorney at Law 



Broker 

Board of Trade 

Insurance 

Grand Praetor Ninth Province 
i8q5-97 
Attorney at Law 

Salesman 



Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 



Mechanical Engineer 

With Perth Amboy Terra Cotta 
Company 



John Alexander Caldwell, Jr. 
Moses E. Lopez, Jr. 



John William O'Leary 
M.E. 



Class of 1899 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 

Accountant 

Asst. Bookkeeper Morse Iron 
Works and Dry Dock Co. 

Manufacturer 

With Arthur J. O'Leary 
Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 



New York, N. Y. 
81 WilloughbySt., 
Brooklyn 
New Orleans, La. 

New York, N. Y. 

220 Broadway 
New York, N. Y. 

50 W. 48th St. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

725 Franklin St. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



New York, N. Y. 

19 Murray St. 

New York, N. Y. 
704 Sterling Place, 
Brooklyn 

Omaha, Neb. 

623 New York Life 
Bldg. 
Chicago, 111. 

6022 Jefferson Ave. 
Panora, Iowa 
New York, N. Y. 

32 Court St., Brooklyn 

Chicago, 111. 

256 warren Ave. 
New York, N. Y. 

54 Cranberry St., 
Brooklyn 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Eastman Terrace 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

410-411 Henne Bldg., 
122 W. 3d St. 
Perth Amboy, N. J. 

New York, N. Y. 

Manhattan Club 

Brock port, N. Y. 



Cincinnati, O. 

Glen Parker Ave., 
North Side 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

215 Monroe St. 

Chicago, 111. 

130 VV. Lake St. 



CORNELL UNIVERSITY 



407 



Arthur Beavers Raymond Naval Architect Boston, Mass. 

M.E. Colonial Bldg. 

William Jackson Sweeney Attorney at Law Rock Island, 111, 

B.S., i8<59; LL.B., Northwestern 816, aotliSt. 

Univ., 1895 

Hattersly Worthington Talbott Electrical Engineer Washington, D. C. 
M.E. B.S.. Columbian Univ., 1896 With Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



William Leigh Cook 

C.E., Princeton Univ., 1S9S; E.E. 

Charles Tudson Crary 

LL.B. 
John L. Flannery, Jr. 

Charles Bierce Holden 

William Cox Dalzell, Jr. 

Robert R. Livingston 
Charles Edgar Newton, Jr. 

Alexander Bonnell Tappen 

M.E. 
Joseph Bartholomew Weed, Jr. 



Class of 1900 

Civil Engineer 

With N. Y. Telephone Co., 1 = 
New York 
Clerk 

With Geo. P. Merrick 
Broker 

Mechanical Engineer 

With Allis-ChaTmers Co. 
Engineer 

Student 
Student 

Naval Architect 



With Munson S.S. Ship Co. 



Princeton, N. J. 
Dey St., 

Chicago, 111. 

loS Dearborn St. 
Chicago, 111. 
_ 42 River St. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

South Egremont, 

Mass. 
Kingston, N. Y. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1493 Pacific St. 
New York, N. Y. 

263 W. 73d St. 
New York, N. Y. 

400 Manhattan Ave. 



LeRoy Porter Gregory 

Rufus Avery Mcllhenny 
Charles Carsten Piatt 

George Armstrong Smith 
B.S., Toronto Univ., 1896 

Lloyd Duvall Smoot 

Samuel Wittenmyer 
Rollin Turner Woodyatt 



*Edward Chapin Caldwell 

John Barrie Ferguson 

Herbert Knox 

Grant Brown McLaughlin 

William Frank Rosenteel 
Albert Vail Simis 



Ralph Murdoch Brown 
Charles Treadway Barnum 
Hugh McKnight Ferguson 



Class of 1901 



With U. S. Casualty Co. of New 
York 
Manufacturer 
Student 

Chemist 

With Frederick H. Levey Co., 
59 Beekinan St., New York 



Lumber Dealer 
Student 



Class of 1902 

Student 

Died March 28, 1900 
Student 

Student 

Civil Engineer 

Student 
Journalist 



Class of 1903 

Student 
Student 
Student 



Kansas City, Mo. 

2621 East 30th St. 

Avery Island, La. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

364 Tompkins Ave. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

260 Hicks St. 

Washington, D. C. 

3016 Dumbarton Ave. 
Middleburg, Pa. 
Evanston, 111. 

231 Dempster St. 



Milton, Pa. 
New York, N. Y. 

Manhattan Ave. 
Connellsville, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

1315 Marlborough St. 
Johnstown, Pa. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

160 New Y'ork Ave. 



Montclair, N. J. 

136 Union St. 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

3^ W. South St. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

5154 Cypress St. 



4o8 



ALPHA PHI CHAPTER 



Harvey Clark Fairbank 

Raymond Haisler 

John McClellan Lee 

Benjamin Franklin Long- 

necker 
John Hoffman Schissler 
Harry Frost Stratton 

John Hilbish Wells 



Robert Palmiter Bennett 
Harold Spencer Bope 

Keith L. Bullitt 
"William Paxton Gary 

William Browne Gillies 

Harley John Hills 
Charles Edward Johnson 

Alfred Ostrom Kellogg 
George Howarth Potter 

Mayo Eugene Roe 



Student 

Collector 

Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 

Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 

Class of 1904 



Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 

Student 

Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 

Student 



Raymond Alexander Turnbull Student 
William Warren Tyler, Jr. Student 



Class of 1905 



Walter S. Fox Student 

Edward Cochrane Gaw Student 

Stanley Granger Home Student 

Guy Carlyle Johnstone Student 

Howard Ellsworth Schaff Student 
William Horace Schmidlapp Student 

Herbert Russell Wilde Student 



Jamestown, N. Y. 

3S3 E. Fourth St. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

195, i8th St. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

621 Summerlea St. 

Delta, O. 

Morgantown, W. Va. 
Tiffin, O. 

171 Monroe St. 
Tiffin, O. 

S3 Madison Ave. 



Rochester, N. Y. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

429 Rebecca St. 
Louisville, Ky. 
New York, N. Y. 

28 W. 26th St. 
Chicago, 111. 

7810 Bond Ave. 
Jackson, Mich. 
Cincinnati, O. 

752 Ridgeway Ave. 
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

411 Madison St. 
Elyria, O. 
Elmira, N. Y. 

506 Walnut St. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

927Elm\vood Ave. 



Laporte, Ind. 
Schuylerville, N. Y 
Brooklyn N. Y. 
Bloomington, 111. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Grandin Road 
Dobbs Ferry, N. Y 



THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE 
COLLEGE 

STATE COLLEGE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Founded in 1859 First Class Graduated in 1864 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

LANGUAGES LITERATURE 

HISTORY POLITICAL SCIENCE 

PHILOSOPHY AGRICULTURE 

NATURAL SCIENCE MATHEMATICS 

PHYSICS ENGINEERING 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $750,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 60,000.00 

Amount of endowment - - . . . 517,000.00 

Value of productive funds ..... 517,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 ... 152,452.64 
Tuition in college department free to residents of Pennsylvania. 

Non-residents ....... 100.00 

Number of volumes in library . . - . . 17,000 

Number of professors and instructors - - - - 42 

Number of students in attendance .... 4^3 

Women are admitted. 

ALPHA CHI CHAPTER 

Founded May 27, 1891 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Delta Tau Delta (inactive), 1872-73; Q. T. V. (inactive), 1885-90; Beta 
Theta Pi, 1887; Phi Gamma Delta, 1888; Phi Kappa Sigma, 1890; Kappa 
Sigma, 1892; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1892; Phi Sigma Kappa, 1899. 

409 



ALPHA CHI CHAPTER 

PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE 



Samuel Grant Crawford 

B.S. 
♦Herman Horace Herr 

B.S. 

Francis Jones Pond 

B.S. A.M. Ph.D., Univ. of Got- 
tingen 
Augustus Clement Read 

Howard Knoll Rumberger 
B.S. 

Fraley Niebuhr Weidner 
B.S. 



Frederick Allport Dale 
B.S. M.D., Univ. of Pa. 

Herbert Edward Dunkle 
B.S. M.E., 1896 

John Foster 
B.S. 



Class of 1892 

Civil Engineer 

With Arlington Copper Co. 



With Union Switch and Signal Co. 

Died Dec. 2, 1893 
Teacher 

Asst. Prof, of Chemistry in Pa 
State Col. 
Civil Engineer 



Arlington, N. J. 
Rochester, N. Y, 



Electrician 

With New York Central & Hud- 
son R. R. 
Electrical Contractor 



Class of 1893 

Physician 

Surgeon U. S. Army, P.I. 
Teacher 

Instructor in Mechanical Engi- 
neering Pa. State Col. 
Chemist 



State College, Pa. 



Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

211 Penn Ave. 
Lyons, N. Y. 

Chester, Pa. 

19th & Chestnut Sts. 



Lemont, Pa. 
State College, Pa. 



With Sloss, Sheffield Steel & Iron Co. 



Sheffield, Ala. 



William Banks 

B.S. 
James Allen Gray 
Charles Ernest Kremer 

B.S. 
Payne Pettebone Sturdevant 

William Claude Thompson 
B.S. 



Class of 1894 

Attorney at Law Indiana, Pa. 

680 Philadelphia St.. 
Farmer Brookville, Pa. 

Manufacturer Philadelphia, Pa. 

nth and Race Sts. 
Draughtsman Berwick, Pa. 

With American Car & Foundry Co. 
Chemist Elyria, O. 

Asst. Chemist Lorain Steel Co. 117 Water St. 



John Brainerd Kieffer 

John Kenworthy Newburn 
Henry E. Simmons 
George Knox Spence 
B.S. 



Class of 1895 

Banker 

Treas. Maryland Telephone Co. 
Broker 
Salesman 
Chemist 



With New York & Pa. Co. Paper Mill 



Hagerstown, Md. 
229 N. Potomac St, 
Bellevue, Pa. 
tMoore, Pa. 
johnsonburg. Pa. 



*Howard Evans Benison 
Charles McHenry Eby 



Class of 1896 

Student 

Died Feb. 23, 1893 
Cadet 

At West Point Military Academy 

410 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

40S S. 20th St. 
Newport, Pa. 



THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE 



411 



Willis Emery Mackey 

LL.B., Dickinson Law School 
Edgar Marion McNeil 

Walter Percival Maguire 
William Andrew Moore 



Ernest Miller Newell 
Edward G. Sheafer 
William Cyrus Smith 
Henry McMaster Stewart 



Attorney at Law 

Draughtsman 

With Pa.R. R. Co. 

Civil Engineer 

Asst. Engineer New York Centra' 
& Hudson R. R. 

Engineer for Borough of Cur- 
wensville 
Student 
Bookkeeper 
Merchant 
Chemist 

With Carnegie Steel Co. 



Altoona, Pa. 

Altoona, Pa. 

Huntingdon, Pa. 
Curwensville, Pa. 



Huntingdon, Pa. 
Newport, Pa. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
Braddock, Pa. 



Thomas Baumgardner 

B.S. 
George Ripley Boak 
Daniel Richard Goodman 

George Alexander Lowell 

William Shaw Montgomery 

B.S. 
Warren Ray Thompson 

B.S. 



Class of 1897 

Superintendent 

Columbia Gas Co. 
Clerk 
Bookkeeper 

Clerk 

With the Pullman Co. 
Electrician 

Electrical Engineer 



Class of iJ 



Lancaster, Pa. 

i3g E. Walnut St. 
Hughesville, Pa. 
Reading, Pa. 

Springmont 
St. Louis, Mo. 

2634 Locust St. 
Philipsburg, Pa. 

London, E.C., England 
22A College Hill, Can- 
non St. 



William McFarlane Campbell Physician 



M.D.,Univ. of Pa., 18 

Henry Smyser Davis 

B.S. 
Ambrose Nevin Diehl 

B.S. 

Henry Elvin Diller 
Harry Dexter Bullard 



Member of staff of McKees Rocks 
General Hospital 
Marine Engineer 

Superintendent 

With Duquesne Blast Furnaces, 
Carnegie Steel Co. 
Chemist 
Merchant 



McKees Rocks, Pa. 

York, Pa. 

175 Beaver St. 
Duquesne, Pa. 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Spencer, Mass. 



Nathan White Buckhout 
B.S. 

♦Clement Graybill Fetterolf 

Walter Hardie Finley 

B.S. 
*James Laughlin McMurray 
Russel Hastings 

John Moulfaire Keichline 
Harry Sell Marshall 



Class of 1899 

Chemist 

Asst. Chemist Pa. Agric. Experi- 
ment Sta. 
Clerk 

Died Feb. 20, 1899 
Mining Engineer 

With Fox Coal Co. 
Clerk 

Died Dec. 2, 1S98 
Medical Missionary 
Teacher 



State College, Pa. 

Collegeville, Pa. 

Sequatchie College, 
Tenn. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bellefonte, Pa. 
Ashland, Pa. 



Albert Tuttle Buckhout 
James Meloin David 



Class of 1900 

Draughtsman 

Civil Engineer 

With New York Central & Hudson 
R. R. 



Holyoke, Mass. 

215 Appleton, St. 
Jersey Shore, Pa, 



412 



ALPHA CHI CHAPTER 



Roland Diller 
B.S. 

Wayne Thompson Uimm 
B.S. 

Charles Quiggle Weeks 
B.S. 



Mining Engineer New Holland, Pa. 

Chemist for Lackawanna I. & S. 
Co.. Lebanon, Pa. 
Draughtsman Newport News, Va. 

With Newport News Shipbuilding 122, 34th St. 
& Dry Dock Co. 
Engineer Williamsport, Pa. 

With Pennsylvania R. R. 324 Elmira St. 



Arthur Louden Campbell 
David Lloyd Eynon 
B.S. 

Paul Collins Haldeman 
John Hunsicker 

James Coburn Rogers 



Class of 1901 

vSteel Inspector 

Consulting Engineer 

With Hughes & Patterson 
Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 

Student 

Student 

Student 



Port Royal, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

1119 Shackamaxson St. 
Marietta, Pa. 
Lebanon, Pa. 

501 Cumberland St. 
Bellefonte, Pa. 



Class of 1902 



George Newton Campbell Student 

John Henry Werts Chestnut, Jr. Student 



Ralph Vinton Little 

Percival Martin 

William Allison Maxwell, Jr. 



Student 

Student 
Clerk 

In Philadelphia Postofhce 



Sunbury, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

I7S7 Frankford Ave. 
Cumberland, Md. 

144 Baltimore St. 
Norwood, Pa. 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. 



John Calvin Clendenin 
Charles Lambert Kinsloe 



Class of 1903 

Student 
Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



Mechanicsburg, Pa. 
Lock Haven, Pa. 
354 E. Main St. 



Raymond Grim Frick 

Charles Hartshorne Bolich 
William Reese Jenkins Dor- 
worth 
Heber Gossler Gearhart 

Harry Allen Leitzell 
George Earle McCurdy 



Class of 1904 

Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

4508 Springfield Ave 
Mt. Carmel, Pa. 

Bellefonte, Pa. 
Sunbury, Pa. 

321 Walnut St 
Scottdale, Pa. 
Dunbar, Pa. 



Emanuel Gorgas Bashore 
Robert Leo Bennett 

John Law Robertson 



Class of 1905 



Student 
Student 

Student 



Shippensburg, Pa 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

3227 Fifth Ave. 
Moosic, Pa. 



VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY 

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Founded in 1872 First Class Graduated in 1875 

A Denominational Institution (Methodist Episcopal, South) 

DEPARTMENTS 

academic medical 

biblical dental 

law engineering 
pharmaceutical 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $550,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 150,000.00 

Value of productive funds . - - . . 1,500,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 .... 120,000.00 

Tuition in college department .... 100.00 

Number of volumes in library ..... 30,000 

Number of professors and instructors ... 90 

Number of students in attendance .... 800 

Women are admitted. 

ALPHA PSI CHAPTER 

Founded December 22, i8gi 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Delta Theta, 1876; Kappa Sigma, 1876; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1878; Kappa 
Alpha, 1883; Chi Phi, 1883; Beta Theta Pi, 1884; Delta Tau Delta, 1886; Sigma Nu, 
1886; Alpha Tau Omega, 1S89; Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1890; Pi Kappa Alpha, 1894; 
Delta Sigma Delta, 1897; Phi Kappa Psi, 1901. 



413 



ALPHA PSI CHAPTER 



VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY 



Class of 1892 

William Asbury Christian Clergyman Berkeley, Va. 

A.B., Randolph-Macon Col. B.D. Grand Praetor Second Province, 

1895-97 
Vernor K. Earthman Physician Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

M.D. Surgreon U.S.A. in Philippines 

Melville Coxe Hardin Physician Atlanta, Ga, 

B.D. Ph. B., Central Col. D. O. 
American School of Osteopathy 
Ernest G. Woodward Friotown, Tex. 

Class of 1893 

William Benjamin Beauchamp Clergyman Richmond, Va. 

A.M., B.D. Pastor Broad St. Methodist Church loio East Marshall St. 

Thomas C. Meadows Manufacturer Cincinnati, O. 

B.E., C.E. 3868 Clifton Ave. 

Frank Morehead Thomas Clergyman Henderson, Ky. 

B.D. A.M., Ogden Col. Pastor ist Methodist Church 

Delegate to 19th Grand Chapter 



Class of 1894 



Thomas Carter 

A.B., B.D. 
William Benjamin Ricks 

B.D. 



John Joel Stowe 



Thomas G. Ivie 

LL.B. 
Edward Leland Jordon, Jr. 
Garland Bruce Overton 

A.B. 

William Douglas Rhea 

B.E. 
Albert Granberry Reed 



New Orleans, La. 

St. Charles St. 
Helena, Ark. 



Teacher 

Prof, of Greek, Tulane Univ. 
Clergyman 

Pastor ist Methodist Church South 

Trustee Hendrix Col. and Galloway Col. 

Grand Praetor Seventh Province, 1892-95 

Grand Historian 1895-97 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Clergyman Savannah, Tenn. 

Delegate to 21st and 23d Grand Chapters 



Class of 1895 



Murfreesboro, Tenn. 



Attorney at Law 

Clerk Rutherford County Court 
Merchant Dalton, Ga. 

Teacher Louisville, Ky. 

Male High School 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Civil Engineer Nashville, Tenn. 

Craik & Rhea, Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. 1200 Belmont Ave. 
Teacher Austin, Tex. 



A.B. A.M., Yale; Ph.D., Columbia Instructor in English, Univ. of Texas 



Theodore Hampton Brewer 
A.B., A.M. 

William Phillips Connell 
B.S., M.S. 

Gabriel Bruner Dantzler 



Class of 1896 

Teacher and Journalist Russellville, Ky. 

Editor Daily News, Nashville, Tenn. 
Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 



Pres. Burton Lumber Co. 
Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Dentist 



414 



Baton Rouge, La. 

Mobile, Ala. 
225 Dauphin St. 



VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY 



415 



Clement Evans Dunbar 

A.B. 
Samuel Carter Schwing 

A.B., Centenary Co!., 1893 

A.M., Centenary Col., 1900 
Arthur Earl Wilson 

A.B. 



Harry M. Cauter 

B.D. A.B.. Randolph-Macon Col. 
Evan A. Edwards 

B.D. A.B., Randolph-Macon Col. 
William Hulings Henry 

B.E. 
Clarence Winfield Jones 

James D. Richardson, Jr. 
LL.B., Cumberland Univ. 



A.B., Tulane Univ., 1895 



Thomas Fox 
Humphrey Hardison 

Fitzhugh Lee, Jr. 

Griffin M. Lovelace 
A.B. 

Thomas D. Mclntyre 
Hugh Hedges Miller 
B.E. 



Frederick Diefenbach, Jr. 



Joseph A. Goodson 
M.D. 

Charles H. Johnson 

Edward McKenzie 

B.D. A.B., Kentucky Wesleyan Co 
A.M., Kentucky Wesleyan Col., 1894 



Attorney at Law 

Teacher 

Asst. Principal of High School 

Teacher 

Class of 1897 

Clergyman 

Clergyman 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Engineer 

With Louisville Bridge & Iron Co. 
Advertising 

With Nashville Banner 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1898 

Clergyman 

Pastor M.E. Church, South 
Vice-Pres. Centenary Col. 

Merchant 

Merchant 

Soldier 

1st Lieutenant 
Teacher 

Instructor in Mod. Lang., Louis 
ville Male High School 
Merchant 
Mining Engineer 

Class of 1899 
Attorney at Law 

Physician 



Augusta, Ga. 

201-202 Leonard Bldg. 
Shreveport, La. 

Benton, Ark. 



Baltimore, Md. 

Washington, D. C. 

Louisville, Ky. 

Floyd & Magnolia Sts. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

Jackson, La. 

Murfreesboro, Tenn. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
205 Peabody St. 
Fort Meade, S. D. 

Louisville, Ky. 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Tracy City, Tenn. 



Commercial Traveler 
Clergyman 



David Irving Miller 
B.E. 



Mechanical Engineer 

With Tennessee Coal, Iron &R 



Louisville, Ky. 
410 Center St. 
tLouisville, Ky. 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Louisville, Ky. 
513 W. Main St. 

Sheffield, Ala. 
R. Co. 



William M. Duncan, Jr. 
James Gaines 
*William Mason Palmer 



Class of 1900 

Jeweler 
Student 

Died February 6, ig 



Nashville, Tenn. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 



♦William H. Foote 

Marvin Mclntyre 
Carl Monk 

John Pickett Turner 
M.A. 



Julien Whitehurst Adams 
William Mason Booth 
Mar\'in Corlett 
George Pierce Jones 



Class of 1901 

Died November 10, 189c 
Student 
Attorney at Law 

Teacher 

Class of 1902 

Engineer 
Physician 

Commercial Traveler 
Physician 



Louisville, Ky. 

Shelbyville, Ky. 
Atlanta, Ga. 

167 Juniper St. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Nashville, Tenn. 
Pulaski, Tenn. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Grenada, Miss. 



4i6 



ALPHA PSI CHAPTER 



Houston Dudley Jarratt 
George Gilbert Marshall 

James Matt McFerrin 
Thomas Meeks Neel, Jr. 
Alfred M. O'Neal, Jr. 
James Alexander Peoples 



Doswell Parrish Brown 
Frank Wilson Chappell 

George Alonzo Cryer 

Alonzo Monk, Jr. 

Ben Gabriel Slaughter, Jr. 
Claude E. Thomas 



Merchant 
Attorney at Law- 
Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 

Engineer 
Engineer 
Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 

Class of 1903 

Student 
Student 

Physician 

Student 

Student 
Druggist 



Smyrna, Tenn. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

Chattanooga, Tenn, 
Newberry, S. C. 
Florence, Ala. 
Columbia, Tenn. 
168 S. High St. 



Jonesboro, Ark. 
Nashville, Tenn, 

1S05 Hayes St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

526 S. Summer St. 
Atlanta, Ga. 

167 Juniper St. 
Winchester, Tenn, 
Watumpka, Ala. 



Class of 1904 

Wilbur Foster Creighton Student 

Charles Gibbs Dunbar Student 

William Thomas Hardison, Jr. Student 
Robert Clendening Patterson Student 



James E, Dunbar 



Class of 1905 
Student 



James Keirl Gilder Student 

Reginald Davenport Paschall Student 

Chesley Hunter Searcy Student 

Percy HolHster Whiting Student 



Nashville, Tenn. 

3 Berry Blk. 

Nashville, Tenn, 
Eastland Ave. 

Nashville, Tenn, 
205 Peabody St. 

Nashville, Tenn, 
44 Carroll St. 



Nashville, Tenn, 

Eastland Ave. 
Newberry, S. C, 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Highland & Augusta 
Aves. 
Louisville, Ky. 

3403 Third Ave. 
Great Barrington, 
Mass. 



THE LELAND STANFORD 
JUNIOR UNIVERSITY 

STANFORD UNIVERSITY, CALIFORNIA 

Founded in 1891 First Class Graduated in 1892 

A Non-Sectarian Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

arts sciences 

engineering law 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds - . . . $1,500,000.00 

Amount of endowment . . . . . 35,000,000.00 

Value of productive funds . - . . . 15,000,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 .... 500,000.00 

Tuition in college department . - - - . Free 

Number of volumes in library ..... 55,000 

Number of professors and instructors ... j-^o 

Number of students in attendance .... 1,385 

Women are admitted and constitute about 35 per cent, of the attendance. 

ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER 

Founded December 19, 1891 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Zeta Psi, 1891; Phi Delta Theta, 1891 ; Phi Kappa Psi, 1891; Sigma Nu, 1891; 
Alpa Tau Omega (inactive), 1891-97; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1892; Delta Tau Delta, 
1893; PhiGamma Delta (inactive) 1893-96; Beta Theta Pi, 1894; Chi Psi, 1895; Kappa 
Alpha (inactive), 1895-99; t)elta Upsilon, 1896; Kappa Sigma, 1899; Sigma Rho Eta, 
1896; Kappa Alpha Theta, 1891; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1892; Pi Beta Phi (inactive), 
1893-98; Delta Gamma, 1897; Phi Delta Phi, 1897. 



417 



ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER 

LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR UNIVERSITY 



Albert James Brown 

A.B. 
Watson Nicholson 

A.B. A.M., Harvard Univ., 1895 



Wilbur James Edwards 
A.B. 



Robert Morris Drake 
C.E. 



Class of 1892 

Teacher 

Supt. of Schools 
Teacher 

Class of 1893 
Fruit Grower 

Class of 1894 

Civil Engineer 

With Southern Pacific R. R. 



Johnson Edmundson Alexander 

A.B. LL.B., Cornell Univ., 1897 
*Norman Lee Harris 

A.B. 
Balfe Devore Johnson 

A.B. 
Howard Alfred Tennyson 

A.B. D.D.S., Univ. of Cal. 
Walter Edwin Winship 

A.B. A.M., 1896; Ph.D., Univ. of 
Berlin 



John Wilson Macrum 

A.B. 
Norman Brounwell Roper 

A.B. 



Samuel Edgar Johnson 
Albert Hutchinson Jarman 
LL.B., Univ. of Mich., 1896 



Harry Wheeler Morse 

A.B. 
William Austin Strong 

A.B. LL.B., Cornell Univ., 18 
Newell Macrum 



Percy Erwin Davidson 

A.B. 
Horace Wilder Joss 
James Aaron Pauly 



Class of 1895 
Attorney at Law 

Medical Student 

Date of death not reported 

Dentist 

Electrical Engineer 



Class of 1896 
Civil Engineer 
Civil Engineer 

Class of 1897 

Fruit Grower and Packer 
Attorney at Law 

Deputy District Attorney, Santa 

Clara County. Cal. 
Grand Praetor Eighth Province, 
1899-1901 
Mining Engineer 

Attorney at Law 

Clerk 

Class of 1898 

Teacher 

Prof. Cal. State Normal School 
Clerk 
Mine Owner 

Porcupine Mining Dist., Alaska 

418 



Irvington, Ind. 

New Haven, Conn. 
341 Crown St. 



Eden Vale, Cal, 



San Francisco, Cal. 
3rd and Townsend Sts. 
Depot 



San Jose, Cal. 
Palo Alto, Cal. 

■fThree Rivers, Mich. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

106, 4th St. 

Forest Grove, Ore. 

San Francisco, Cal. 
nil Van Ness Ave. 



West Side, Cal. 
San Jose, Cal. 



San Diego, Cal. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

838 Alvarado St. 
Portland, Ore. 

22 Hamilton BIdg. 



San Francisco, Cal 

657 Bush St. 
Visalia, Cal. 
San Diego, Cal. 

1340 Cedar St. 



THE LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR UNIVERSITY 419 
Class of 1S99 



Irvine M. Noble 

A.B. 

Charles Alfred Gray 

A.B. 
Ernest Stanwood Williams 

A.B. 
John Carroll Moulton 



Chemist 

Attorney at Law 
Attorney at Law 
Druggist 



Los Angeles, Cal. 

1323 Lynwood Ave. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

328 Montgomery St. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

2622 Orchard Ave. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 



Bernard Charles Nichols 

A.B. 
Harry Livingston Fleming 

LL.B., 111. VVesl. Univ., igo2 

John Eugene Law 
A.B. 



Henry Balch Penhallow 

Homer Fletcher Pitman 

John Alfred Givens 

Guy Luke Cuzner 

Edward Briggs Partridge, Jr. 

Frank Waite Bennett 

Robert Roughan 

Arno Grote Thies 

John Francis Cowan 



Paul Pauly 

Alexander Griffith Page 

Elbert King Potter 
Herbert Lane Younger 



William Lawrence Barr 
Oliver George Jones 
George H. Lutgerding 
Joseph Adams Miller 
Daniel Walcott Raymond 
Raymond Worthmgton Ros- 
siter 



Lyman Ranson Bennett 
Alfred Louis Bernardin 
Henry Austin Daggett 



Rudolf Cesar Bertheau 

Ross Stagg Carter 

A. Bartlett Ross 
Manville Hewitt Sprague 



Class of 1900 

Rancher 



Mountain View, Cal. 



Attorney at Law Bloomington, 111. 
DeleK.ite to 24th and 25th Grand 622 E. Locust St, 

Chapters 

Bank Teller Pomona, Cal. 



Class of 1901 
Clerk 

Rancher 

Stockman 

Bookkeeper 

Engineer 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Class of 1902 

Assayer 
Student 

Student 
Student 

Class of 1903 

Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Merchant 

Merchant 

Class of 1904 

Cattleman 

Student 

Student 

Class of 1905 
Student 
Student 

Student 

Student 



Honolulu, H. I. 

P.O. Box 447 
San Jose, Cal. 
Blackfoot, Idaho. 
Pomona, Cal. 
San Francisco, Cal. 
Phoenix, Ariz. 
Boston, Mass. 
Denver, Col. 

2545 Champa St. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

1420 Mitchell Place 



Los Angeles, Cal. 

1205 S. Olive St. 
Stanford University, 

Cal. 
Buena Park, Cal. 
Palo Alto, CaJ. 



Centralia, Wash, 
Denver, Col. 
Phoenix, Ariz. 
Austin, Nev, 
Sheridan, Mont. 

Sheridan, Mont. 



Juniper, Ariz. 
Evansville, Ind. 
San Diego, Cal. 
Hotel Brewster 



San Francisco, Cal, 

2112 Vellejo St. 
San Diego, Cal. 

3446 D St. 
Pomona, Cal. 
Grafton, S. Dak. 



HOBART COLLEGE 

GENEVA, NEW YORK 

Founded in 1825 First Class Graduated in 1826 

A Denominational Institution (Protestant Episcopal) 

DEPARTMENTS 

COLLEGIATE 

STATISTICS 

Amount of endowment ------ $682,000.00 

Value of productive funds ------ 450,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 35.347-00 

Cost of tuition per annum ------ 100.00 

Number of volumes in library ----- 37,000 

Number of professors and instructors . - - - 17 

Number of students in attendance - - . - loi 

Women are not admitted. 

ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER 
Founded September 28, 1892 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Alpha Delta Phi (inactive), 1840-76; Sigma Phi, 1840; Kappa Alpha, 1844; 
Theta Delta Chi, 1857; Chi Phi (inactive), 1860-80, Phi Kappa Psi (inactive) 1881-92. 



421 



ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER 



HOBART COLLEGE 



William Poyntell Kemper 
A.B., 1892; A.M., 1897 

♦George Coombs Strasenburg 
B.L., B.S.. 1893; Pd. B., Albany 
Normal School, 1894 



Class of i8g2 

Clergyman 

St. James Church 

Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 
Teacher 

Died July 3, 1896 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

2210 Sansom St. 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Harry Piatt Seymour 
B.L. M.L., 1897 



Class of 1894 

Clergyman Portland, Me. 

Cathedral Staff Diocese of Maine 143 State St. 

Delegate to 19th and 20th Grand 
Chapters 



William Emmons Burch 
Floyd Randolph Case 

B.L. 
David Crosby Huntington 

B.L. A.B., 1896; A.M., 1899 
Frank Edward Lawson 

B.A. M.A., 1899 
Walter Jay Lockton 

B.L. M.L., 1898; B.D., Seabury 
Divinity School, 1898 
Rozelle James Phillips 

B.A. M.A., 1898 



Henry Lawrence de Zeng 



Class of 1895 

Salesman 
Manufacturer 

Clergyman 

Rector All Saints' Church 
Attorney at Law 



Williamsport, Pa. 
Watertown, N. Y. 

34 Cooper St. 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

W. Kennedy St, 
Batavia, N. Y. 



Clergyman Logansport, Ind. 

Secy, of Diocese of Michigan City 319, 7th St. 



Clergyman 

Rector Church of St. John the 
Divine 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Manufacturer and Inventor 

Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 



Syracuse, N. Y. 
616 E. Genesee St. 



Buffalo, N. Y. 



Class of 1896 



Frederick Jerome Leach 

Mark Hemingway Milne 

A.B. 
Gilbert Valentine Russell 

William Augustus Schnedler 



Merchant 



Treas. of Jackson^Writing Machine Co 



Lyons, N. Y. 



Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 
Clergyman 

Rector of St. Philip's Church 
Clergyman 

Rector Holy Cross Chapel 
Salesman 

With Western Electric Co. 
Clergyman 



Franklin Emerson Smith 

A.B., B.D.. Gen. Theol. Sem., 1899 
Myndert James Van Kleeck Attorney at Law 

B.L. B.S., 1897; M.L., 1899; LL,B., 
Columbia Univ., 1900. 

422 



Buffalo, N. Y. 

128 Pearl St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

779 Putnam Ave. 
St. Louis, Mo. 

810 Spruce St. 
Rochester, N. Y. 

29 Almira St. 
New York, N. Y. 

49 Wall St. 



HOBART COLLEGE 



423 



Class of 1897 

♦Edward Fuller Bates Clergyman 

B.D., Nashatoh House Died November 24, 1901 

Ulysses Grant Blackford Attorney at Law 

A.B. LL.B., Columbia Univ., 1900 
William Jacob Bott Physician 

M.D., Univ. of Buffalo, 1S98 
Arthur Wheelock Moulton Clergyman 

A.B. B.D., Cambridge Theologi- Rector of Grace Church 
cai School, 1900 
Lynn Wentworth Thompson Attorney at Law 

Frank Pierce Whicher 

A.B. 
Will Crandall Young 

B.L. 



Attorney at Law 

Insurance 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 



Class of 1898 



John L. Flannery, Jr. 

Edward William Hope 

A.B., Univ. of Pa., 189S 
Edward Moriey Huson Knapp Student 

A.B, 



Broker 

Canned Goods, Dried Fruit, etc. 
Student 

St. James Rectory 



Charles Breck Ackley 
B.L. 

Harry Watt Hannahs 

A.B. 
Warren Dix Hopkins 

John Carl Jagar 

A.B. 
Ralph Delaney Southwell 

D. Charles White 
A.B. 



Charles Stewart Poller 

Harry Gunnell 
A.B. 



Canandaigua, N. Y. 

New York, N. Y. 

141 Broadway. 
Buffalo, N.Y. 

664 Main St. 
Lawrence, Mass. 

3 Jackson Court 

New York, N. Y. 
2626 Broadway 

Ripley, N. Y. 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

301 309 New Onondago 
Co. Sav. Bank Bldg. 



Chicago, 111. 
42 River St. 
Shaftsbury, England 

Warsaw, N. Y. 



Class of 1899 

Student 

In General Theological Seminary, 
New York, N. Y. 
Banker 

Watertown Nat. Bank 
Real Estate 

Student 

Mechanical Draughtsman 

With Lackawanna Iron & Steel Co. 
Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



Oconomowoc, Wis. 



Student 



Watertown, N. Y. 

Buffalo, N.Y. 

175 Hodge Ave. 
Charleston, S. C. 

20^ St. Philips St. 
Buffalo, N.Y. 

305 Delaware Ave. 

Detroit, Mich. 

76 Baltimore Ave., W. 



Class of 1900 



Mechanical Engineer Bellevue, Pa. 

With Pittsburg Locomotive Works 

Beaver, Pa. 
With Signal Dept., P. & L. E. R. R. 



Francis Harold Beard 

William Angus Braithwaite 
A.B. 

Henry Stanley Falkner 
Guy Thayer Hilliard 

A.B. 
Eugene Luther Jagar 

A.B. 
George Rivers Walker 



Earl M. Stapleton 



Class of 1901 

Merchant Port Huron, Mich. 

With Beard, Goodwillie & Co. 2353, 5th Ave. 

Student Yonkers, N. Y. 

In Genera! Theological Seminary, 42 Garfield St. 
New York, N. Y. 

Attorney at Law Leroy, N. Y. 

Teacher Concord, N. H. 

St. Paul's School 

Student Charleston, S. C. 

Charleston Med. Col. 205 St. Philip St. 

Real Estate New York, N, Y. 

659, 5th Av. 



Class of 1902 
Merchant 



Cedar Vale, Kan. 



424 



Ralph Wright Hawley 
Oliver Kingman 
Herbert Hiram Lyon 



ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER 

Class of 1903 

Student 
Student 
Insurance 



Moravia, N. Y. 
Owego, N. Y. 
Aurora, N. Y. 



Edward Kinney Baxter 

William Wesley Doup 
Arthur Justin Foley 

Clarence Quentin Giltrap 



Class of 1904 

Student 

Student 
Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Student 



Utica, N. Y. 

I Miller St. 
Papillion, Neb. 
Utica, N. Y. 

179 Park Ave. 
Auburn, N. Y. 



Wyatt Kingman 
Samuel Sloan 

Merwyn Jay Whipple 



Class of 1905 



Student 
Student 

Student 



Owego, N. Y. 
Utica, N. Y. 

142 Columbia St. 
Superior, Wis. 

278, 13th St. 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE 

HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Founded in 1769 ' First Class Graduated in 1771 

A Non-Sectarian Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

collegiate administration 

medicine finance 

engineering 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds - - • - $ 800,000.00 

Amount of endowment ------ 2,300,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 140,000.00 

Tuition in college department ... - - 110.00 

Number of volumes in library ----- 85,000 

Number of professors and instructors .... 60 

Number of students in attendance ----- 800 

Women are not admitted. 

ETA ETA CHAPTER 

F^ounded April 5, 1893 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Psi Upsilon, 1842; Kappa Kappa Kappa, 1842; Alpha Delta Phi, 1846; Zeta 
Psi (inactive), 1855-74; Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1853; Theta Delta Chi, 1869; Phi Delta 
Theta, 1884; Beta Theta Pi, 1889; Phi Kappa Psi, 1896: Alpha Kappa Kappa, 1888; 
Phi Gamma Delta, 1901; Delta Tau Delta, 1901. 



425 



ETA ETA CHAPTER 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE 



William Martin Chase 
B.S. A.M., 1879; LL.D., 18 



Class of 1858 

Attorney at Law Concord, N. H. 

Justice Supreme Court, New 93 School St. 

Hampshire 



Samuel King Hamilton 
B.S. M.S., 1869 



Class of 1859 

Attorney at Law 

President of Bar Association, 
Middlesex County 



Boston, Mass. 

31 Milk St. 



Daniel Bryan Russell 
B.S. 



Class of 1864 

Town Treasurer 

Clerk School District No. i 



Hanover, N. H. 

25 So. Main St. 



John Vose Hazen 
B.S. C.E., 1876 



Class of 187s 

Teacher Hanover, N. H. 

Prof, of Civil Engineering, Dart- 
mouth Col. 



Henry Herbert Austin 

George Eldridge Melendy 
B.S. 



Charles'Fuller Conn 
B.S. ' 

Charles Lincoln Carpenter 

B.S. C.E., 1889 
Frank Berry Sanborn 

B.S. C.E., 1889; M.S., Harvard 
Univ., 1898 



Class of 1885 

Civil Engineer 

Asst. City Engineer 
Architect 



Boston, Mass. 

27 Old Court House 
Orange, N. J. 

204 Center St. 



Class of 1887 

New York, N. Y. 
With Westinghouse, Church, Kerr 26 Cortlandt St. 
& Co. 
Civil Engineer Andover, Mass. 



Teacher 

Asst. Prof, of Civil Engineering, 
Tufts Col. 



Tufts College, Mass. 



George Fiske Hardy 
B.S. 



Perley Rufus Bugbee 
B.S. 

George Albert Leavens 
B.S. 



Class of 1888 

Civil and Hydraulic Engineer New York, N. Y. 

309 Broadway 



Class of 1890 



Hanover, N. H. 



Banker 

Cash. Dartmouth Nat'l Bank 
Treas. Dartmouth Savings Bank 

Boston, Mass. 
With Heckla Powder Co., Boston, 209 Washington St. 
Mass. 

426 



Arthur Willard French 
B.S., C.E., 1892 

Charles Sherman Little 
B.S. M.D., 1896 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE 427 

Class of 1891 

Teacher Worcester, Mass. 

Prof, of Civil Engineering, Wor- 202 Russell St. 

cester Polytechnic Institute 
Physician Waverly, Mass. 

Second Asst. Physician, McLean 
Hospital 



Arthur Benjamin Ilsley 
B.S. C.E. T.S.C.E., 1895 

Edward Hartshorn 

A.B. M.D., 1S95 
Edwin Emory Jones 

M.D., 1S94 
Asa Grant Randall 

B.S. 



Class of 1892 

Civil Engineer 

Asst. Bridge Engineer Boston & 
Maine R.R 
Physician 

Physician 

Artist 



Boston, Mass. 

Care B. & M. R.R. 

Newton, Mass. 
848 Beacon St. 
Colebrook, N. H. 

Dover, N. H. 
360 Central Ave 



Class of 1893 

Lester Warren Burbank Physician Cabot, Vt. 

B.S. M.S., 1896; M.D., 1896, Univ. of 
Vermont 

Charles Carpenter Goss Banker Dover, N. H. 

B.S. Treas. Merchants Nat'l Bank 655 Central Ave. 

Albert Clinton Leach Physician Orange, Mass. 

M.D., 1894 „ , XT TT 

William Hazeltine Gage Mann Civil Engineer Penacook, N. H. 

B.S., M.S. Asst. Supt. White Mountain 9S N. Main St. 

Quarry, No. Conway, N. H. 

Harry Bingham Metcalf Journalist Worcester, Mass. 

B.S. M.S., 1896 News Editor Worcester Telegram 21 Williams St. 



Class of 1894 



Arthur Allan Adams 

B.S. 
William Marston Ames 

B.S. C.E.. 1895 
Charles William Berry 

B.S. D M.D., Harvard Univ, 
Everett William Boyd 

A.B. 
William Columbus Dutton 

B.S. 

Herman Samuel Lovejoy 

B.S. 
John Joseph Nutt 

B.L. M.D., New York Univ. 
M.D. Cornell Univ., 1899 
George Woodbury Parker 

B.S. C.E., 1S95 
Augustus Barnes Sawyer 

B.S. 
Edwin Victor Spooner 

B.S. 
Arthur William Stone 

B.S. C.E.. 1896 
Herbert Francis Taylor 

B.S. 

Herbert Russell Thurston 

B.S. C.E., 1893 
Frank Hamant Trow 
B.S. C.E., 1895 



Civil Engineer 
Supt. oTStreets 
Civil Engineer 

Dentist 

Merchant 



Springfield, Mass. 

99 Bay St. 

Berwick, Me. 

82 Sullivan St. 

Somerville, Mass. 

, 1897 _ Davis Square 

Somerville, Mass. 
62 Grant St. 
Traveling Salesman Saratoga, N. Y. 

With National Drug Co., Philadel- The Algonquin 
phia. Pa. 
Teacher Windsor, Conn. 

Prin. of High School 
Surgeon New York, N. Y. 

1897; Attending Surgeon Bellevue Dis- 107 W. 74th 
pensary 
Civil Engineer Charlestown, Mass. 

With O'Brien, Sheehan & Company 3 Laurel St. 
Editor Franklin Falls, N. 

With Journal-Transcript 
Student Hudson, Mass. 

In Graduate School, Harvard Univ. 
Engineer and Contractor New York, N. Y. 

Stone & Thurston 220 Broadway 

Teacher Watertown, Mass. 

Public Schools 9 Chester St. 

Delegate to 20th Grand Chapter 
Contractor and Civil Engineer New York, N Y. 

Stone & Thurston 220 Broadway 

Civil Engineer Clinton, Mass. 

19 Leighton Ave. 



H. 



428 



ETA ETA CHAPTER 



Benjamin Franklin Welton 
B.S. 

Herbert James Wilson 
B.S. 



Civil Engineer New Brighton, N. Y. 

Asst. Engineer, Office of Comm's Jay St. 
of Accts. 
Attorney and Counselor Fulton, N. Y. 

Piper, Rice & Wilson 402 Oneida St. 

Corporation Counsel Village of Fulton 



Harry James Brown 

B.S. LL.B., i896.ColumbianUniv 
LL.M., 1898, Columbian Univ. 
Harlan Augustus Cochran 

B.S. 
George Willis Day 

B.'S. 
William Albert Foster 

B.S. LL.B., Harvard. 1898 
Ernest Linwood Griffin 

B.S. 
Charles Arthur Holden 

B.S. C.E., 1901 



John Henry Lettenev 

B.S., C.E. 
Walter Raleigh Lewis, Jr, 

B.S. 



Samuel Alexander McCoy 
B.S. C.E., 1897 

George James Mclndoe 
B.S. C.E., 1896 

Horace Newhart 

A.B. M.D., Univ. of Mich., 18 



Wesley Alvah O'Leary 

B.S. 
Frederick Reginald French 

B.S. C.E., 1896 
Frank Eugene Austin 

B.S. 



Class of 189s 

Attorney at Law 

With Eastman & Hollis 

Civil Engineer 

Teacher 

Attorney at Law 

Mitchell & Foster 
Merchant 



Concord, N. H. 
88 N. Main St. 

Windham, N. H. 

Lynn, Mass. 

43 Nohant St. 
Concord, N. H. 

26 N. Spring St. 
Franklin, N. H. 

Hanover, N. H. 



Teacher 

Instructor in Dartmouth CoL and 
Thayer School of Civil Engi- 
neering 
Civil Engineer and Contractor Boston, Mass. 

S Beacon St. 
Civil Engineer Clinton, Mass. 

Asst. Engr. in Dam and Aqueduct 255 Chestnut St 
Dept., Metropolitan Water & 
Sewerage Worfcs 
Civil Engineer 

Resident Engineer St. Louis & 
Santa Fe R. R. 
Civil Engineer 

Assistant Engineer to Hastings 
Pavement Co. 
Physician 

Member MedicaljStafi Asbury Hos- 
pital 
Member American Academy of 

Medicine 
Member Am. Med. Ass'n 
Hennepin Co. Med. Society 
Teacher 

Submaster High School 
Civil Engineer 



tHoldenville, L T. 



New York, N. Y. 
500 W. 165th St. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
836 Andrus Bldg. 



Portsmouth, N. H. 
West Lebanon, N. H. 



Electrician 



Hanover, N. H. 



Pierce Johnson Little 
Sidney Willis Bowles 

B.S. C.E., 1897 
*Edward Manson Bowles 

Benjamin Warren Couch 

B.S. 
Alvah Cochran Cummings 

B.S. M.D., Harvard Med. School 
Nathaniel Ladd Foster 

B.S. LL.B., Harvard, 1899 
Tallmadge Hamilton 

B.S. LL.B., N. Y. Law School, i8c 

William Blaisdell Plumer 
B.S. 

Carroll Henry White 
B.S. 



Class of 1896 

Merchant 
Civil Engineer 

Civil Engineer 

Died March 11, i8g6 
Attorney at Law 

Physician 

, 1901 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
)8 Markham, Hamilton & 
Delegate to 21st Grand 
Civil Engineer 



Teacher 



Markham 
Chapter 



Exeter, N. H. 
Easton, N. H. 

Sugar Hill, N. H. 

Concord, N. H. 

72 N. Main St. 

Concord, N. H. 

I Fisk St. 
Boston, Mass. 

II Haviland St. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

102 New Insurance 
Building 

Melrose Highlands, 
Mass. 

2^ Sargent St. 
Barfe, Vt. 

24 French St. 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE 



429 



Fred Severance Appleton 

B.s. 
Maurice Fritchley Brown 

B.s. C.E., 1898 
Charles Ernest Bolser 

A.B., Ph. D.,Goettingen, Germany 
iqoi 

Burt Wilbur Carr 

A.B. M.D.. Dartmouth Med. Col. 
Henry Melville Chase, Jr. 

B.S. M.D., Harvard, igoi_ 
Frederic Russell Cummings 

M.D., Harvard, 1898 

Theron Howard Huckins 

B.L. M.D., Dartmouth Med. Col., 
1900 
Charles Henry Pillsbury 

B.S. 
Burpee Caldwell Taylor 

A.B. 
James Reuben Woodworth 

A.B.,Oberlin Col., 1897 



Class of 1897 

Clerk 

B. & M. R. R. Office 
Civil Engineer 

With Boston Bridge Works 
Student 

Instructor in Chemistry, Dart- 
mouth Col. 
Physician 
., 1900 
Physician 

Physician 

Admitting Physician of Boston 
City Hospital 
Physician 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 

Salesman 

Asst. Mgr. Swift & Co. 
Traveling Salesman 

With Chas. Scribner's Sons 

With Arkansas Midland R. R. Co. 



Concord, N. H. 

6g School St. 
Boston, Mass. 

10 Pinckney St. 
Amesbury, Mass. 

Pittsfield, N. H. 

Lawrence, Mass. 

61 Bradford St. 
Boston, Mass. 

11 Haviland St. 

Leominster, Mass. 
8i West St. 

New York, N. Y. 

527 W. 123d St. 
Chicago, 111. 

240 Wabash A v. 
Helena, Ark. 



John Albert Anderson 

B.S. 
*William Henry Boardman 

Edwin Durward Buell 

Archie Ray Kendall 

William Albert Kimball 

B.S. 
John Carroll Moulton 

James Percival Leahy 

Franklin Peale Rich 



Class of 1898 
Student 

Naval Officer 

Died August 10, 1898 

Asst. Clerk U. S. Dist. Court 
Train Dispatcher 

With B. & M. R. R. 
Law Student 

With A. F. Wentworth 
Clerk 

With Boericke & Runyon Co. 
Student 

Merchant 



Independence, Kan. 



Chicago, 111. 

65th & Vale Sts. 
tWoodsville, Vt. 

Plymouth, N. H. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

640 Olive St. 
Middleboro, Mass. 

ig Everett St. 

Worcester, Mass. 



Winburne Bowdoin Adams 
.•\.B., Bowdoin Col., 1899 

Edwin Lawrence Allen 
A.B. 

Albert Warren Boston 
B.L. 

♦Alfred Wallace Boston 

Arthur Hayward Brown 

B.L. 
Charles Newton Currier 

Joseph Henry Edwards 

A.B. 
Charles Albert Folsom 

A.B. 
George Laurie Huckins 

B.S. 
Owen Albert Hoban 

A.B. 
Paul Moody Osgood 

B.S. 

Thomas Tupper Whittier 
B.S.. C.E. T.S.C.E., 1900 



Class of 1899 

Merchant 
Manufacturer 



Limerick, Me. 

Franklin, N. H. 
114 Central St. 
N. Berwick, Me. 



N. Berwick, Me. 
Died June 19, 1897 
Manager Chicago, 111. 

Chicago Office Franklin Typewriter 726. 225 Dearborn St. 
Salesman Amesbury, Mass. 

With T. D.Nelson & Co. 2 Spring St. 

Teacher . Middleboro, Mass. 

21, North St. 

Student West Epping, N. H. 



Civil Engineer 
Student 



Plymouth, N. H. 
tWinchendon, Mass. 



Clerk Amesbury, Mass. 

With Harris & Letteney, S Beacon 15 Whittier St. 
St., Boston, Mass. 
Engineer N. Berwick, Me. 

Asst. Engr. with Geo. F. Hardy, 
309 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 



430 



ETA ETA CHAPTER 



Edson Moulton Barker 

B.L. 
Frank William Chapman 
James Burnie Hutchison 

Augustus Andrew Hadley 

A.B. 
Arthur Stevens Kimball 

A.B. 
Rutherford Thurman Lamar 
Lewis 

B.L. 
Henry Lunt 

Arthur Lee Newton 



Harold William Orcutt 

A.B. 
Benjamin Franklin Prescott 

B.S. 
Nathaniel Clinton Thayer, Jr. 

Edward Sawyer Yeaton 
Charles Erastus Coke 



Class of 1900 



Artist 

With American Bridge Co. 
Merchant 

Student 



Clerk 

With J. E. Lewis & Co. 



Merchant 

Supt. Woods Automobile 'Sales 
Room 
Student 



Plymouth, N. H. 

Franklin, N. H. 
Chicago, 111. 

6559 Harvard Ave. 
Marion, Mass. 

Battle Creek, Mich. 
196 Maple St. 

Everett, Mass. 

13 Woodlawn St. 
New York, N. Y. 

464 W. 144th St. 
New York, N. Y. 

N. Y. Athletic Club, 
59th St. & 6th Ave. 
Winthrop, Mass. 

Epping, N. H. 



Salesman Chicago, 111. 

With Marshali;Field & Co. 248 E. 6ist St. 

Musician Rochester, N. H. 

Attorney at Law Maryville, Mo. 

Mgr. Collection and Report Dept., 
Northwest Adjustment Co. 



Class of 1901 



Edward Swazey Calderwood 

A.B. 
William Whittle Cheever 

B.S. 

Herbert Croyden Dennett 
William Benjamin Edwards 

George Leverett Hancock 
Herbert Nashburn Hovey 
Edward Francis Gibbons 

Thomas Francis McGovern 
Eugene Leo Maguire 

Michael Henry O'Malley 
Julian DeWitt Orcutt 
Timothy Joseph Shanahan 

Fred Carroll Smith 
Everett Mellen Stevens 

B.S. 
Edward Cowles Wainwright 



Student 




Roxbury, Mass. 
221 Warren St. 
Nashua, N. H. 


With U 


S. Bureau of Forestry, 


22 Auburn St. 


Washington, D.C. 




Merchant 




Amesbury, Mass. 
New York, N. Y. 


With Fli 


nt Eddy & American 


25 Broad St. 


Trading Co. 




Student 




Franklin, N. H. 


Student 




St. Johnsbury, Vt. 


Traveling 


Salesman 


Hingham Centre, 


With Scribner & Co. 


Mass. 


Student 




Worcester, Mass. 


Student 




Somerville, Mass. 

500 Medford St. 


Student 




Clinton, Mass. 


Student 




Winthrop, Mass, 


Student 




Charlestown, Mass 
364 Bunker Hill St. 


Clerk 




Roanoke, Va. 


Student 




Nashua, N. H. 
254 Main St. 


Student 




Hanover, N. H. 



Class of 1902 



Laburton Gale Cilley 
Joseph Cilley 
Stanley Alex. Dearborn 
Francis John Duggan 

Harold Irving Lamprey 
James Albert Munroe 



Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 



Kingston, N. H. 
Nottingham, N. H. 
Wakelield, Mass. 
Boston Mass. 

3^9 Columbus Ave, 
Rye Beach, N. H. 
Roxbury, Mass. 

East Cottage St. 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE 



431 



Augustus Newell Parry, Jr. Student 
Fred Caswell Stanton Student 

Horace Scales Taylor Student 



Amesbury, Mass. 
Vineyard Haven, 

Mass. 
Wollaston, Mass. 
365 Newport Ave. 



Class of 1903 



Arthur Stanley Bolster 

Philip Lowell Brown 
Henry Dwight Gushing 

Morton Bowles French 
Barton Hayward Grant 

Willis Henry Haselwood 

Henry Clay King 
Byron Wynne Matteson 

Frank Stuart Perham 
George Leon Peirce 

Henry Erich Kasemere Ruppel Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Henry Gates SafEord Student 



Student 

Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 



With Ricker Nat'l Bank 
Student 
Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand^Chapter 
Student 
Student 



Nashua, N. H. 

22 Temple St. 

Amesbury, Mass. 
S. Hingham, Mass. 

318 Main St. 
Athol, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass. 

I Tuckerman Ave. 
Quincy, 111. 

403 S. i6th St. 
Lawrence, Mass. 
New York, N. Y. 

146 W. 104th St. 
Hanover, N. H. 
Somerville, Mass. 

49 Laurel St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

221 Vernon Ave. 
Quechee, Vt. 



Class of 1904 



Edward Everett Amey 
Howard Delos Atwood 
John Breen 
James Stuart Brotherhood 

Herbert Callmann 

Albert Ruyter Hatch 
Burritt Havilah Hinman 
Charles Joseph Leddy 
William Henry Mahoney 
William LaFayette Moulton 
Edward Kilburn Robinson 
John Franklin Sanderson 
Harry Kimball Torrey 



Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 

Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



Lancaster, N. H. 
New Boston, N. H. 
Hingham, Mass. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

71 S. Elliott PI. 
New York, N. Y. 

140 W. 86th St. 
Greenland, N. H. 
North Stratford, N. H. 
Newfields, N. H. 
Peabody, Mass. 
York Corner, Me. 
Newtonville, Mass. 
Uxbridge, Mass. 
Newburyport, Mass. 



Class of 190S 



Henry Solva Brintnall 
Roger Wittermore Brown 
Shirley Beck Cunningham 
Clarence Clare Hills 
Edwin Walter Newdick 
Karl Herbert Oliver 
Henry Chester Perry 
Samuel Harry Wilkens 
Bourne Wood 



Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



Chicago, 111. 
Concord, Mass. 
Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
Columbus, O. 
Scituate, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Middlehoro, Mass. 
Somerville, Mass. 
Middleboro, Mass. 



STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY 

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY 

Founded in 1865 First Class Graduated in 1869 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

collegiate mechanical engineering 

academic agriculture 

civil engineering pedagogy 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds - ... - $275,000.00 

Value of productive funds . . . . - 175,000,00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 ... - 67,000.00 

Number of volumes in library ------ 4,000 

Number of professors and instructors .... 30 

Number of students in attendance ----- 614 

Women are admitted. 

LAMBDA LAMBDA CHAPTER 

Founded April 6, 1893 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Kappa Alpha, 1893; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1900; Kappa Sigma, 1900; Phi Delta 
Theta, 1901; Pi Kappa Alpha, 1901; Sigma Nu, 1901. 



433 



LAMBDA LAMBDA CHAPTER 



STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY 



John Irvin Bryan 
B. S., B.M.E. 

William Cott Hobdy 
B.S. 

Tames Richard Johnson 

B.M.E. 
John William MacFarlan 

B.S. 



Frank Whitney Green 
Mattison Boyd Tones 

A.B. 
Robert Taylor Lyle 
Hilery Bryan Roberts 



Class of 1893 

Government Official Washington, D. C. 

Asst. Engr., U. S. Revenue Cutter 
Service, Treasury Department 
Physician Savannah, Ga. 

Asst. Surgeon U. S. Marine Hosp. 
Service 
Teacher Lexington, Ky. 

Asst. Prof.of M ath., State Col. of Ky. 
Inspector Franklin, Ky. 



Class of 1894 

Attorney at Law 

Engineer 
Farmer 



■fBrookline, Mass. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

S07-510 Stimson Blk. 
Oswego, N. Y. 
Paynes Depot, Ky. 



Harry Shedd Beardsley 

Harry Kellv Brent 

A.B., Harvard Univ., 1898 
George Burgess Carey 

Mark Elliott Houston 



Luke Powell 

Thomas Hart Shelby, Jr. 
John Webb Willmott 
A.B. 



Thomas Roland Dean 

A.B. 
S. Reed Farris 

Joel Irvine Lyle 
B.M.E. 



John Wesley Woods 
A.B. 



Henry Clay Anderson 
B.M.E. 

Benjamin Bosworth 

George Frederick Blessing 
B.M.E. 



Class ot 1895 

Reporter 

With Kansas City Evening Star 
Attorney at Law 

Civil Engineer 

With Vulcanite Paving Co. 
Manager 

Denver Record-Stockman 

Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 
Bookkeeper 

ist Nat. Bank 
« 
Attorney at Law 

Class of 1896 

Attorney at Law 

Salesman 

With Western Electric Co. 

New York, N. Y. 
Manager New York branch Buffalo 39 Cortlandt St. 

Forge Co. 
Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law Louisa, Ky. 



Kansas City, Mo. 

Lexington, Ky. 

New York, N. Y. 

II Broadway 
Denver, Colo. 

Ashland, Ky. 

Lexington, Ky. 
Lexington, Ky. 



Little Hickman, Ky. 
Chicago, 111. 



Class of 1897 



Teacher 

Instructor in Mech. Engineering, 
Univ. of Mich. 



Ann Arbor, Mich 



Farmer 
Teacher 



Prof. Mech. Eng., Univ. of Nevada 
434 



Lexington, Ky. 

Versailles Pike 

Reno, Nevada 



LAMBDA LAMBDA CHAPTER 



435 



Samuel Archibald Bullock 

B.M.E. 
John Bockover Johnson 

James Harrison Simrall 
A.B. 



Engineer 

With L. & A. R. R. 
Druggist 

Robertson Drug Co. 

Clerk of School Board 



Richmond, Ky. 

Lexington, Ky. 

22 E. Higlit M. 

Lexington, Ky. 



Walter Lucas Brock 
Will Logan Bronaugh 

B.M.E. 
Frederick Dabney Bullock 

B.S. 
Roydon Keith Maddocks 

B.C.E. 
*Henry Martin Skillman Scott 



Class of 1899 

Theological Student 
Mechanical Engineer 

With Buffalo Forge Co. 
Shipping Clerk 

With C. C. Mengel, Jr. i 
Engineer 



Bro. Co. 



With Lackawana Iron & Steel Co. 
Died May 18, i8q6 



Louisville, Ky. 
Chicago, 111. 

22 W. Randolph St. 
Louisville, Ky. 

Vintondale, Pa. 

Lexington, Ky. 



James Madison Graves 

B.M.E. 
Arthur Vane Lester 

B.C.E. A.B., W^illiamsburg Inst. 
1897 
Joseph Franklin Musselman 

B.M.E. 

Jewett Villery Read 

B.S. 
James Graves Scrugham 

M.E. 



Class of 1900 

Student 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Engineer 

With C. & O. Ry. Co. 

Draftsman 

With McWilliams & Co. 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Student 

Johns Hopkins Univ. 
Teacher 

Instructor in ManuallTraining 



Lexington, Ky. 
Richmond, Va. 

Louisville, Ky. 

Jeffersonville, Ind. 

209 Maple St. 
Highland Park, 111. 



Charles Albert Blessing 

B.M.E. 
John Whittington Gilbert 

B.S. 
Ernest Thornton Lyle 



Perry West 
B.M.E. 



Class of 1901 

Carrollton, Ky. 
With Buffalo Forge Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Lawrenceburg, Ky. 



New York State representative 
Buffalo Forge Co. 

With McWilliams & Co. 



Buffalo, N. Y. 
Louisville, Ky. 



William Edward Dowling 
John Andrew Parlin 



Class of 1902 

Attorney at Law Lawrenceburg, Ky. 

Cincinnati, O. 
With Kenton Baking Powder Co. .Auburn Ave. 



Barry Bullock 

George Thomas Graves 

Lloyd Logan Hamilton 
Benjamin Robert Hart 
William Matthews Marks 
Edward Bayard Railey 
William Henry Warder 



Class of 1903 
Student 

Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



Lexington, Ky. 

N. Mill St. 
Lexington, Ky. 

57 S. Broadway 
Uniontown, Ky. 
Pisgah, Ky. 
Pisgah, Ky. 
Lexington, Ky. 
Glasgow, Ky. 



Green Clay Goodloe 
Carroll Hanks Gullion 



Class of 1904 

Student 
Student 



Lexington, Ky. 
Carrollton, Ky. 



436 STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY 

Class of 1905 

George Gilbert Student Lawrenceburg, Ky. 

Robert Bela Metcalf Student Lexington, Ky. 

Allen Higgins Rodes Student Lexington, Ky. 

James Kinnaird Shropshire Student Lexington, Ky. 

Howard West Student Nicholasvilie, Ky, 



COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK 

Chartered in 1754 First Class Graduated in 1758 

A Non-Sectarian Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

collegiate political science 

law philosophy 

medicine pure science 

mines chemistry 

engineering architecture 

STATISTICS 

Value of productive funds . - . . . $10,400,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - - 1,000,000.00 

Number of volumes in library ----- 400,000 

Tuition in collegiate department - . . . . 150.00 

Number of professors and instructors - - - 367 

Number of students in attendance ----- 3,600 

Women are admitted to the prtjfessional schools. 

NU NU CHAPTER 

Founded November 28, 1894 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Alpha Delta Phi, 1836; Psi Upsilon, 1842; Delta Phi, 1842; Chi Psi (inactive), 
1846-85; Delta Psi, 1747; Phi Kappa Sigma (inactive), 1855-70; Phi Gamma Delta, 
1866; Phi Kappa Psi, 1872; Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1874; Zeta Psi, 1879; Beta Theta 
Pi, 1881; Alpha Tau Omega, 1881; Delta Tau Delta (inactive), 1882-88; Theta Delta 
Chi, 1883; Phi Delta Theta, 1884; Delta Upsilon, 1885; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 1895; 
Phi Sigma Kappa, 1897; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1891; Kappa Alpha Theta, 1898; 
Phi Delta Phi, 1881; Nu Sigma Nu, 1893; Alpha Mu Pi Omega, 1897; Alpha Chi 
Rho, 1901. 



437 



NU NU CHAPTER 



COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 



Francis Ezra Brewer 

A.B., Cornell Univ., 1892; A.M. 
Indiana Univ., 1893 

Charles Frederick Buckley 

A.B. M.D., 1898 
Benjamin Palmer Carter 

E.M. 

William H. Peer Conklin 



Frederick Hedley Jobbins 

Ph.B. 
Hiram Dodge Lingle 

Walter F. McCabe 

M.D. 
Joseph Percy Smyth, Jr. 

A.B. 



New York, N. Y. 
Port Richmond 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 

802 Carroll St. 
Johannesburg, 

South Africa 



Class of 1895 

Teacher 

Prof, in High School, Port 
Richmond, Staten Island 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Physician 

Engineer 

Asst. Engineer of Crown Deep 

Mine 

Merchant 

Receiver of Greenpoint Towage & 

Lighterage Co. 
Manager of American Bonding & 

Trust Co. 
Receiver of Salisbury Carbonate 

Iron Co. 
Grand Praetor Ninth Province, 1897 
Chemist New York, N. Y. 

President Alba Manufacturing Co. P. O. Box 2195 
Capitalist Chicago, 111. 

4333 Grand Boul. 
Physician "fMilwaukee, Wis 



New York, N. Y. 
1236 Bedford Ave., or 
44 Court St., Brooklyn 



Clergyman 

Curate of Christ Church 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 
156 Keap St. 



Edward Hamilton Daly 

A.B.,LL.B., 1898 
John Duer Irving 

A.B. A.M., 1898; Ph.D., 1891 

George Boiling Lee 

M.D. 
Robert Austin McCulloch 
C, A.B. B.S., 1899; Arch. E., i8< 

Henry Farrar Owsley 
M.D. 



Frederic Edwin Church 

Edward James Farley 

LL.B.. B.A., Manhattan Col., 18 
Daniel Wunderlich Layman 

M.D. B. S., Butler Col., 1893 

Joseph Augustin Le Prince 
C.E. A.M., 1899 

William Charles Sandy 

A.B., M.D. 
William Winter Weaver 



Class of 1896 

Attorney at Law Yonkers, N. Y. 

Hudson Terrace 
Geologist Washington, D. C. 

Asst. Geologist U. S. Geological 814 Connecticut Ave. 
Survey 
Physician 



Architect 

With Clinton & Russell 
Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 

Physician 



New York, N. Y. 

215 W. 45th St. 
New York, N. Y. 

76 W. 82d St. 

New York, N. Y. 

259 Amity St., Flushing 



Class of 1898 

Art Student 

Attorney at Law 
•5 
Physician 

Visiting Physician, N. Y. Dispen- 
sary 
Engineer 

Assistant Chief Sanitary Officer, 
Havana, Cuba 
Physician 

Newark City Hospital 
Planter 



New Rochelle, N. Y. 

42 Meadow Lane 
New York, N. Y. 

115 Broadway 
New York, N. Y. 

8 E. 58th St. 

Havana, Cuba 



Newark, N. J. 
262 N. 6th St. 
Selma, Ala. 



438 



Webster Waejner 
A.B.. i8qq 



NU NU CHAPTER 

Class of 1899 

Journalist 

Asst. Editor Municipal Journal 
and Engineer 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 
64 Macon St. 



439 



Class of 1900 



Ulysses Grant Blackford 

LL.B. A.B., Hobart, 1897 
Hugh Auchincloss Brown 

E.E. 
Harrison Clarke, Jr. 

A.B. 
William Price Heineken 

E.E. 

Pierre Frederic Irving 

A.B. 
Warren Canfield Jessup 

E.E. 

James Farley McClelland 

E.M. 
William Underhill Moore 

A.B. A.M. 
Rafford Pitt 

C.E. 
Sidney Haven Putnam 

William Leslie Tiliotson 

Myndert James Van Kleeck 
LL.B. B.L., Hobart Col., 1896; 

B.S., Hobart Col., 1897; M.L., 

Hobart Col., 1899 
Frederick Theodore Walser 

John Wendt 
LL.B. 

Eugene Herbert Wessells 
E.E. 



Attorney at Law 
Electrical Engineer 
Student 
Electrical Engineer 

Student 



New York, N. Y. 

141 Broadway 
Rutherford, N. J. 

64 Orient Way 
New York, N. Y. 

318 W. 82d St. 
West New Brighton, 
Staten Island, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 
104 Madison Ave. 
Electrical Engineer Augusta, Ga. 

With Edison Electric Illuminating 915 Reynold St. 
Co. 
Mining Engineer Oroville, Cal. 



Student 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Salesman 

Sec.-Treas. of Pitt Car Gate Co. 

With G. P. Putnam's Sons 
Electrician 

Vice-Pres. Rolfe Electrical Co. 
Attorney at Law 



Manufacturer 

Treas. of Estey Wire Works Co. 
Attorney at Law 



Electrical Engineer 
In N. Y. Navy Yard 



New York, N. Y. 

203 W. 117th St. 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 

254 Cedar Road 
New York, N. Y. 

306 W. 77th St. 
Denver, Col. 

1620 Arapahoe St. 
New York, N. Y. 

49 Wall St. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

20^ Prospect PI. 
New^York, N. Y. 

99 Nassau St. 
New York, N. Y. 

29 W. 91st St. 



Homer Armstrong 

E.M. 
John Wilson Cary 

Charles Sumner Kaiser 

Scott Kidder 

Leon Fernand Le Prince 

Nafew Joseph Lloyd 
Maxwell Washburn Long 

Henry Jayne Mills 
E.M. 

John Edmund O'Shea 

E.E. 
Lindsay Reed Parker 

E.E. 

Paul Henry Ringer 
A.B. 



Class of 1901 
Mining Engineer 

Salesman 

With Mine & Smelter Supply Co. 
Draughtsman 

Student 

Student 



With N. Y. Telephone Co. 
Mechanical Engineer 

With Bella Vista Mining Co., 
Mirama. Costa Rica 
Electrical Engineer 



W'ith General Electric Co., Sche- 
nectady, N. Y. 
Medical Student 



Great Falls, Mont. 

800 Third Ave. 

Denver, Col. 

1415 E. Colfax .^ve. 
New York, N. Y. 

183 W. 87th St. 
New York, N. Y, 

17 Chelsea Square 

New York, N. Y. 

22 St. Nicholas PI. 
Butte, Mont. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

856 St. John's PI. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1326 Dean St. 

New York, N. Y. 

31 W. 88th St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

345 State St. 

New York, N. Y. 
325 W. 58th St. 



440 



COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 



Frans Johannis Von Maltitz 

Schimper Student 



Henry Wharton Shoemaker 



Lucian Easter Smith 

B.S. 
William Theodore Stromeyer Student 

Morgan Parker Taylor 

John Hamilton Telfair 



Ralph Earle Ashley 
Charles E. W. Bateson 
Elliott Lockwood Brown 
Ramsay Charles Hoguet 

Charles William Kennedy 

Samuel Stanhope Labouisse 

B.E., Tulane Univ., 1900 
*Adolph Whitley Le Prince 

Leo Joseph Matty 

Karl Frederick Stremel 

Henry Van Hoevenberg, Jr. 



Paul Smith Ache 

C.E., Penn. Mil. Col., 1900 

Archie Shill Austin 

Chauncey Leonard Berrien 

Clarence Ide Boardman 
Charles CoUis 

Maurice Bessell Dean 
Raymond Guyer 
Phelps Rounds Holman 
C.E. Penn. Mil. Col.. 1900 
Charles Willfs Macdougall 

George Henry Miller 

John Norris Miller 

A.B., Princeton Univ., 1900 
William Leggett Miller 
Roger Trowbridge Pelton 

Thomas Lockwood Perry 

Myron Wilbur Robinson 

CliEEord Le Roy Smith 



Private Secretary of Chairman 
Bd.C.,H.&D.Ry., Cincinnati 
Architect 



Bresler's Flat, Win- 
burg, Orange Free 
State, South Africa 

New York, N. Y. 

of 22 E. 45th St. 

O. 
New York, N. Y. 

460 Manhattan Ave. 
New York, N. Y. 
1008 Trinity Ave. 



Clerk 




Poughkeepsie, N. Y, 


With Real Estate Trust Co. 


Vassar College 


Student 




Port Richmond, N, Y. 
113 Heberton Ave. 


Class of 


1902 




Student 




Denver, Col. 

1460 Grant Ave. 


Student 




New York, N. Y. 

257 W. 88th St. 


Student 




New York, N. Y. 
614 W. iS2d St. 


Student 




New York, N. Y. 

141st St. and Hudson 
River 


Student 




West New Brighton, 

N. Y. 
13 Taylor St. 


Student 




New Orleans, La. 


Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 


1544 Webster St. 


Student 




New York, N. Y. 


Died August 


20, 1901 


22 St. Nicholas PI. 


Student 




Denver, Col. 

1744 Washington Ave. 


Student 




Johnstown, Pa. 
342 Washington St. 


Law Student 




Kingston, N, Y. 


Class of 


1903 




Student 




Pittsburg, Pa. 

Cor. N. Highland and 
Jackson Sts. 


Cattleman 




La Sanses, Col. 
Care Austin Ranch 


Student 




New York, N. Y. 
Columbia University 


Student 




Great Falls, Mont. 


Law Student 




New York, N. Y. 
1055, ^th Ave. 


Student 




Dalton, Pa. 


Student 




Lima, Peru, S. A. 


Mining 




Salt Lake City, Utah. 
115 E. Brigham St. 


Student 




Elizabeth, N. J. 
356 Linden Ave. 


Merchant 




New York, N. Y. 
128 Riverside Drive 


Law Student 




Washington, D. C. 


Delegate to i 


;th Grand Chapter 


1310, 13th St. 


Student 




Floral Park, L.L.N.Y. 


Student 




Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

254 Mill St. 


Student 




New York, N. Y. 
925 West End Ave. 


Student 




Englewood, N. J. 


Yale Univ. 






Student 




New York, N. Y. 
51 W. 86th St. 



NU NU CHAPTER 



441 



William Philip Abendroth 

Frank Albert Aicher 

George Oates Argall 

James Pinckney Dumas 
Hamlin Brooks Hatch 

Russell Hastings Millward 

Frank Harley Sill 

Albert Grant Stephenson 

Edmund Whitman Putnam 



Class of 1904 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 
Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Class of 1905 
Student 



New York, N. Y. 

549 W. i52dSt. 
New York, N. Y. 

417 W. 114th St. 
Denver, Col. 

2700 Humboldt Ave. 
Van Alstyne, Tex. 
New York, N. Y. 

Ill W. lo^d St. 
New York; N. Y. 

35S W. 153d St. 
Colorado Springs, Col. 

8-51 N. Corona St. 
New York, N. Y. 

147 W. i20th St. 



New York, N. Y. 

306 W. 77th St. 



WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 

MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 

Founded in 1867 First Class Graduated in 1870 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

arts and sciences agriculture 

engineering law 

MUSIC preparatory 

FINE ARTS COMMERCIAL 

MILITARY PREMEDICAL 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds ----- $600,000.00 

Value of productive funds - - - - 115,000.00 

Annual income from state legislature . . . . 150,000.00 

Tuition in college department to West Virginia students - - Free 

Number of volumes in library - ... - 20,000 

Number of professors and instructors . - . . 5^ 

Number of students in attendance - . - . 1,000 

Women are admitted. 

MU MU CHAPTER 

Founded September 13, 1895 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Kappa Sigma (inactive), 1883-86; Phi Kappa Psi, i8go; Phi Sigma Kappa, 1891; 
Phi Kappa Sis^ma, 1896; Kappa Alpha, 1897; Mu Pi Lambda (inactive), 1898-1900; 
Delta Tau Delta, 1901; Beta Theta Pi, 1901. 



443 



MU MU CHAPTER 



■WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 



William Bernard Cutright 

A.B. 
Michael Eugene Gorman 

A.B. 



George Loren Bambrick 
LL.B. 

George Michael Ford 

LL.B., A.B., 1892 
Thomas William Haught 

A.B., A.M. 
William Jackson Holden 

A.B., LL.B. 
Justin M. Kunkle 

B.S. 
Arch Fleming Rader 

B.S., C.E. 
James Sheerin 

B.D., Kenyon Col. 

B.A., Columbia Univ., 1901 
Judson Floyd Strader 

A. B., LL.B. 
John Wallace 



Class of 1895 
Attorney at Law 
Student 

Class of 1896 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

Teacher 

Attorney at Law 

Journalist 

Capt. ist^Reg. VV. V 
Engineer 

Clergyman 

Associate Rector St 

Attorney at Law 

Journalist 



Buckhannon, W. Va. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 



New Cumberland, 

W. Va. 
Athens, W, Va. 

Buckhannon, W. Va. 

Glenville, W. Va. 

Morgantown, W. Va. 
a. Nat. Guards 106 Beaverly Ave. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
4005 Chestnut St. 

Cambridge, Mass. 
James Church 31 Upland Road 

Beverly, W. Va. 
Wheeling, W.Va. 



Class of 1897 

Samuel Brice Blair Attorney at Law 

LL.B. 
John Wright Hugus Accountant 

Paymaster Labelle Iron Works, 
Steubenville, O. 
John Gottlieb Knutti Student 

A.B.. .\.M., Leland Stanford Univ., 1901 
Howard Llewellyn Swisher Merchant and Publisher 

A.B. 
Fred Benjamin Wood Clerk 

Fielding Harris Yost Speculator 

LL.B. 



Moundsville, W. Va. 

512, 6th St. 
Elm Grove, W. Va. 

Palo Alto. Cal. 

Morgantown, W. Va. 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Amos, W. Va. 



Lonna Dennis Arnett 

B.S. 
Richard Ellsworth Fast 

Ph. B., LL.B. 

William Thomas Ice, Jr. 

A.B., LL.B. 
Cecil C. Jarvis 
James Ira Pratt 
Arthur Lee Post 

A.B., A.M. 
Bernard Hopkins Trussell 



Class of 1898 

Student 

Fellow in Clark Univ. 
Teacher 

Prof, of History and Politics, 
W. Va. Univ. 
Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Clerk 

Student 

Johns Hopkins Univ. 
Bookkeeper 

With .Vrmour & Co. 



Worcester, Mass. 

46 Maywood St. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 

Philippi, W. Va. 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Weston, W. Va. 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 

Washington, D. C. 
2 Center Market 



444 



WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 
Class of 1899 



445 



William Ellsworth Glasscock 
Charles Fenton Holden 

Ph.B. 

Philip Konrad 

B.S. C.E. 
George Robert Krebs 

B.S. C.E. 
Lee Llewellyn 

B.S. C.E. 
Alexander Pickens Romine 

A.B. 

Henry Middleton White 

A.B.L. 
William Henry Whitham 

B.S., A.M.. iQoo; A.M., Cornell 
Univ., 1901. 
Alexander Gordon Tait 

B.S. C.E. 



Henry Capito 

Joseph Herman Donahey 

LL.B. 
Hugo Frankenberger 

A.B. 
James Abner Garrison 

A.B. 
Robert Meade 
Alpheus Wilson Smith 

A.B., A.M. 
Lewis Armstrong Yeager 

B.L. 



Clerk of Circuit Court 
Real Estate and Insurance 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Engineer 

Engineer 

Surveyor of Fayette County 
Civil Engineer 

Teacher 

Instructor in Biology and Geology 
State Normal School 
Attorney at Law 

City Attorney 
Teacher 

Asst. in Physics, W. Va. Univ. 

Engineer 



Class of 1900 

Clerk 

Attorney at Law 

Cadet 

U.S. Naval 'Acad. 
Farmer 

Student 
Teacher 

Attorney at Law 

Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 



Morgantown, W. Va. 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Kanawha Falls.W.Va. 

Scarbro, W. Va. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

51-52 Water St. 
Whatcom, Wash. 

Whatcom, Wash. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 

Chicago, 111. 

273 Belden Ave. 



Charleston, W. Va. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Annapolis, Md. 

Jollytown, Pa. 

Hinton, W. Va. 
Philippi, W. Va. 

Morgantown, W. Va. 



Charles Edward Derbyshire 

A.B. 

Ernest Daniel Lewis 

A.B. 
Joseph Henry McDermott 
Charles Nathan McWhorter 

A.B.L. 
Henry M. Neely 

Carleton Custer Pierce 
LL.B. 

John Hoffman Schissler 

A.B. 
Benjamin Franklin Shuttle- 
worth 

A.B. 
Robert Calvin Yoho 

B.S. C.E. 



William J. Cooper 

Frank J. Enslow 
Earl Cook Maxwell 

Dwight Edmund Miller 
Ralph Rogers 



Class of 1901 

Teacher 

Philippine Islands 
Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 
Student 
Attorney at Law 

Cadet 

U. S. Mil. Acad. 
Attorney at Law 

Capt. ist Regt. W. Va. National 
Guards 
Student 

Attending Cornell Univ. 

Student 

Attending Jefferson Med. Col. 
Student 



Class of 1902 

City Editor News 
Student 
Civil Engineer 

Student 
Student 



Huntington, W- Va. 

323, 14th St. 
Johnstown, W, Va. 

Morgantown, W. Va. 
Lewisburg, W. Va. 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Parsons, W. Va. 

Morgantown, W. Va. 
256 Walnut St. 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Rosby's Rock, W.Va. 



Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Huntington, W. Va. 
Wheeling, W. Va. 

91 Maryland St. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 



446 



MU MU CHAPTER 



William Frank Alexander 
Jean Valjean Cooke 



Class of 1903 



Student 
Student 



Boaz Baxter Cox Student 

Benjamin Franklin Patton, Jr. Student 

M Wood Crim Peck Student 

John Alden Purinton Student 



Mannington, W. Va. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 

481 High St. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 
Harrisville, W. Va. 
Philippi, W. Va. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 



Class of 1904 



Walter Philip Ballard Student 

Benajah Thomas Davis Student 

John Comer Davis Student 

Thomas Wilson Raymond, Jr. Student 

John Albert Ingram Student 

James Harvey Kunkle Student 



Earl Bailie Snyder 



Student 



Fullen, W. Va. 
Huntington, W. Va. 
Huntington, W. Va. 
Bristol, W. Va. 
Fenton, Mich. 
Morgantown, W. Va 

106 Beverly Ave, 
Uniontown, Pa. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE 
STATE OF MISSOURI 

COLUMBIA, MISSOURI 

Founded in 1840 First Class Graduated in 1843 

A State Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

academic military 

graduate agriculture 

education mechanic arts 

law mines and metallurgy 

medicine 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds .... $900,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus .... 250,000.00 

Amount of endowment ..... 1,235,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 .... 230,000.00 

Number of volumes in library ..... 42,000 

Number of professors and instructors .... 70 

Number of students in attendance ..... 1,600 

Women are admitted. 

XI XI CHAPTER 

Founded September 26, 1896 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Phi Kappa Psi (inactive), 1869-76; Phi Delta Theta, 1870; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
1884; Sigma Nu, 1886; Beta Theta Pi, 1890; Kappa Alpha, 1891; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma, 1875; P^^i Delta Phi, i8go, Kappa Sigma, 1898; Phi Gamma Delta, 1899 
Pi Beta Phi, 1898; Phi Beta Kappa, 1902. 



447 



XI XI CHAPTER 



UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI 



Fred Lee Young 
LL.B. 



Class of 1896 

Attorney at Law 
With Swift & Co. 



Kansas City, Mo. 



George Washington Crowley 

A.B., Lawson Col., 1895 
John H. Hatton 

A.M. A.B., 1891 
Karl Kimmel 

LL.B. 
Henry Howell Lotter 

C.E. 



Class of 1897 

Attorney at Law 

Prosecuting Atty., Ray County 
Teacher 

Pres. Grand River College 
Attorney at Law 

Civil Engineer 

Engaged on Panama Canal Survey 
Asst. Engr. World's Fair Commission 



Richmond, Mo. 

Gallatin, Mo. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

FuUerton Bldg. 
Moberly, Mo. 



George Paul Adams 

B.L. 
Claude Cuthbert Crowley 

A.B., Lawson Col., 1895: M.D., 
Louisville Med. Col., 1898 
Samuel Reeves Halstead 

LL.B. A.B., Lawson Col., 1894 

Karl Henry Hansen 

B.S. (E.E.) 
Frank Sayre Leach 

E.E., Leland Stanford Univ., i8c 

Murray Phillips, Jr. 

A.B. LL.B., Washington Univ. 

Orrillis Edward Shultz 
LL.B. 



Class of 1898 



Physician 
Attorney at Law 



fMountain Grove, Mo. 
Richmond, Mo. 



Kansas City, Mo. 
621 New Vork Life 



Bldg. 
Electrical Engineer St. Louis, Mo. 

With Missouri Edison Electrical Co. 
Electrical Engineer Sedalia, Mo. 

' Manager Telephone Exchange 
Commander No. 152, K.O.T.M. 
Attorney at Law New Madrid, Mo. 

Prosecuting Atty., New Madrid County 
Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law St. Joseph, Mo. 

Asst. Prosecuting Atty., Buchanan 
County 



Andrew Jackson Bass 

M.D., Washington Univ., 1900 
Harry McFarland Dungan 

A.B. 
John Denise Rippey 

A.B. LL.B. A.B., Lawson Col 
William Dietrich Steinkamp 

LL.B. 
Thomas Hurley Wilcoxen 

M.D., Homeopathic Med Col., St. 
Louis, Mo., 1900 
John Stephen Worley 



Class of 1899 

Physician 

Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 

1895 

Attorney at Law 

Physician 

Civil Engineer 
448 



Vernon, Tex. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Carleton Bldg. 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Suite 508 Rialto Bldg. 
St. Louis, Mo. 

848 Prairie Ave. 

Bowling Green, Mo. 
Odessa, Mo. 



UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI 
Class of 1900 



449 



Attorney at Law 



Mercer Arnold 

B.L. 
Westiey Halliburton 

B.L. 
Mont Frederick Highlev Attorney at Law 

B.L. LL.B., ^LL , Univ. 'of Texas, 
iqoo 

Rudolph Augustus Klein- 
schmidt Attorney at Law 

B.L., LL.B. 
William Brown Stewart, Jr. 

Witli Pacific Hotel Co. 
With National Hotel Co. 
With Southwestern Hotel Co. 
Edward Brooks Waterworth Journalist 



Joplin, Mo. 
Carthage, Mo. 
Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Omalia, Neb. 
Millard Hotel 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Sporting Editor St. Louis Republic 3803 Washington Ave. 



Egbert Fritzlen Halstead 

A.B.. Lavvson Col., 1897 

Rufus Lee Higgiiibotham 
LL.B. A.B.. Pike County Col 

William Russell Scudder 
.\.B.. Lawson Col., 1896 

Claude Holden Thomas 



Class of 1901 
Attorney at Law 

Attorney at Law 
1897 
Farmer 

Book-keeper 

With Bank of Albany 



Kansas City, Mo. 

801 Poorest Ave. 
Sapulpa, L T. 

Kearney, Mo. 

Albany, Mo. 



Class of 1902 

Thomas Hart Benton Anderson, 

Jr. Student 

Charles Robert Lafayette Cren- 

sliaw Student 

Attending Univ. of Mich. 
Newton Corwin Cunningham Student 



Guy Kenneth Foster 

Frank Melville Garth 

Frank Benjamin Morgan 

Cleveland Alexander Newton 

Horace Ralph Riley 

Gay Aufrecht Robertson 

Thomas Stout 

Harold Clark Thurman 

Emil Wolff 

George Wolff, Jr. 

Charles Oscar Wright 



Student 

Traveling Salesman 

Student 

Student 

Banker 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



Moberly, Mo. 
Lamar, Mo. 

Alton, III. 

Euclid PI. 
Columbia, Mo. 

911 K. Broadway 
Clinton, Mo. 
Lamar, Mo. 
Hartville, Mo. 
Plattsburg, Mo. 
Gallatin, Mo. 
New London, Mo. 
Lamar, Mo. 
New Haven, Mo. 
New Haven, Mo. 
Poplar Bluffs, Mo. 



Charles Abner Chenault 
Roy K. Ogilvie 

John C. Walker 
George Stoody Yant 



Class of 1903 

Student 

Student 

.•\ttending Jefferson Med. Col. 
Student 
Student 



Lexington Junction, 

Mo. 
Charleston, Mo. 

Neosho, Mo. 
Keokuk, la. 



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XI XI CHAPTER 



Class of igo4 



Stephen S. Collins 
Thomas Benton Fowler 
Ernest Abner Green 
Thomas J. Nalley, Jr. 
Edward Allan Setzler 

Harry Bates Smith 



Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 



Cincinnati, la. 
Richmond, Mo. 
De Soto, Mo. 
Louisiana, Mo. 
Kansas City, Mo. 

3606 Independence Ave 
Richmond, Mo. 



Class of 1905 



George Forrest Alexander 
William Floyd Bennett 
John North Edy 
Leslie Walker Hume 
Frank Wright Liepsner 

Charles Alexander Looney 
Wellington A. Playter 



Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 
Student 



Gallatin, Mo. 
Elwood, Mo. 
DeSoto, Mo. 
Armstrong, Mo. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
2533 Wabash Ave. 
Muskogee, L T. 
Fredonia, N.Y. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 

Incorporated in 1890 First Class Graduated in 1893 

A Non-Sectarian Institution 

DEPARTMENTS 

collegiate graduate 

preparatory divinity 

pedagogic medicine 

STATISTICS 

Value of buildings and grounds - - . . $3,7500,000.00 

Value of equipment and apparatus - - . . 500,000.00 

Amount of endowment . . - . . 7,000,000.00 

Income from all sources for 1899-1900 - - . . 766,888.72 

Tuition in collegiate department, per quarter - - ^ 40.00 

Number of volumes in library - - . . . 300,000 

Number of professors and instructors - ■ - - - 275 

Number of students in attendance, 1900-1901 - - - 3,300 

Women are admitted. 

OMICRON OMICRON CHAPTER 

Founded February 6, 1897 

OTHER FRATERNITIES 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1803; t'hi Kappa Psi, 1894; Beta Theta Pi, 1894; Sigma 
Nu (inactive), 1895-98; Alpha Delta Phi, 1896; Phi Delta Theta, 1897; Psi Upsilon, 
1897; Delta Tau Delta, 1898; Chi Psi, i&^S; Delta Upsilon, 1901; Phi Beta Kappa, 
1809. 



45 1 



OMICRON OMICRON CHAPTER 



UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 



Horace Webster Black 

Solomon Henry Clark 
Ph.B. 

P. Merrill Griffith 
Ph.B. 

Russell Burton Opitz 

S.B. M.D., Rush Medical Col., 
189s 
George Eustis Robertson 



Class of 1897 

Clerk Chicago, 111. 

With Illinois Trust and Savings Bank 
Teacher Chicago, 111. 

Assoc. Prof. Dept. of Public Speak- 5761 Washington .\ve. 
ing". Univ. of Chicago 
Government Official 

U. S. Consul 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Teacher 

Instructor in Harvard Univ. 



Matamoros, Mexico 



Edward Magoun Roby 

LL.B., Notre Dame Univ., 1S94 

Frederick Franklin Steigmeyer 
B.S. 



Real Estate 

Gen. Western Mgr. American Real 
Estate Co. 

Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Attorney at Law 



Boston, Mass. 

Harvard Medical 
School 
Chicago, 111. 

184 LaSalle St. 



Chicago, 111. 
10805 Avenue J. 

Attorney at Law Salt Lake City, Utah 

."Xllen & Steigmeyer, Telluride.Col. 415-416 McCormick Blk. 
With Telluride Power Transmis- 
sion Co., Provo, Utah, or 20 
Owsley Blk., Butte, Mont. 



Melvin Edward Coleman 

Lawrence De Graff 
Ph.B. LL.M., iSgg 

Victor Washington Sincere 



Class of 1898 

Law Student Chicago, 111. 

5754 Monroe Ave. 

Attorney at Law DesMoines, Iowa 
Professor of Law, Highland Park 423 Euclid .^ve. 

Col. 

Attorney at Law Chicago, 111. 

Reed & Sincere 2974 Wabash .\ve. 



Herbert Alonzo Abernethy 

A.B. LL.B., Univ. of Iowa, 1901 
William Francis McDonald 



Charles Foster Roby 
Ph.B. 



Class of 1899 

Attorney at Law 



Osage, la. 



Chicago, 111. 
With Western Paul Steam System 1209 Fisher Bldg. 
Co. 

Chicago, 111. 
With A. M. Rothschild & Co. Care A. M. Rothschild 

& Co. 



Class of 1900 



Attorney at Law 
Allen & Steigmeyer 



Lindley Willett Allen 

A.B. 
Mark Asa Cleveland 

Advertising Mgr." The Interior 
Lewis Lee Losey, Jr. Attorney at Law 

A.B. LL.B., Lake Forest Univ., 1901 



Telluride, Col. 

Chicago, 111. 

McCormick Block 
Chicago, 111. 

2322 Calumet Ave. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 



453 



Marcus McClellan Plowman 

James Finch Royster 

A.B., Wake Forest Col., iqoo 
Sumner Moreland Samson 



Attorney at Law 
Student 



Dallas, Tex. 
239 Main St. 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Superintendent Chicago, 111. 

Ass't Supt. of A. M.Rothschild 568 E. 42CI 

&Co. 



Guy Reed Bell 

Robert Clifton Camp 

A.B.. Wake Forest Col., iSgg 
Charles William Ervin 

John Patrick Moran 

LL.B., Lake Forest Univ.. igoo 
Warren Mclntire 



Class of 1901 

Merchant Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Wholesale Hardware and Saddlery 
Student Albion, Fla. 

Univ. of Gottingen, Gottingen, Germany 
Student Lincoln, Neb, 

S43GSt. 
Attorney at Law Chicago, 111. 

With Moran. Meyer & Meyer Soo Unity Bldg. 

Journalist Chicago, 111. 

City Press Association Western Union Bldg. 



Jack Camp 

Louis Bragg Chaplin 

F-arl Uean Howard 

Ray Prescott Johnson 

Max Jonas 

William Thomas Kirk 

Arthur Christian Seyfarth 

Henry I)erry Slack 

Robert C. Smith 



Class of 1902 

Mining 

Manaijer Camp Phosphate Co. 
Traveling Salesman 

E. M. Chaplin & Son 
Student 

Deley:ate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Student 
Student 
Ranchman 

Deputy State Game Warden 
Student 



With Butler Bros. 
Chemist 

With C. & N.-W. Ry. 



Albion, Fla. 

Warsaw, Ind. 

Chicago, 111. 

5733 Washington .\ve. 
Muncie, Ind. 
Ii5eaver Dam, Wis. 
Roswell, Idaho 

Blue Island, 111. 

303 Western Ave. 
Chicago, 111. 

Oak Park, III. 
425 Home Ave. 



Class of 1903 



Benjamin Rector Bell 

Eli Pike Gale 
A. John Gazzolo 

Adolph Jahn 

Charles Morgan McKenna 
Basil Spaulding Millspaugh 



With Joe W. Bell Wholesale Hard- 
ware and Saddlery 
Student 
Student 

Delegate to 2;th Grand Chapter 
Engraver 

Jahn Engraving Co. 
Student 
Mechanical Engineer 



Ft. Wayne, Ind. 



Aurora, 111. 
Chicago, 111. 

95 Astor St. 
Chicago, 111. 

n42 (icorge St. 
Plattville, Wis. 
Chicago, 111. 

5748 Madison Ave. 



Freeman Drake Martin 

James Garfield MacNab 

Byron Gregory Moon 
Alvin Fernando Sether 
Harry Stillman Spencer 

Earle Bryan Stewart 



Class of 1904 



Treasurer 

Fort Scott Consolidated Supply Co. 



Fort Scott, Kan. 



Student 

Student 
Student 
Student 

Student 



Chicago, 111. 

6751 Emerald Ave. 

Normal, 111. 
Waupaca, Wis. 
Kankakee, 111. 

320 Dearborn Ave. 
Mason City, la. 

209 E. Fourth St. 



454 



OMICRON OMICRON CHAPTER 



Camillo Gazzola 

Oscar Emil Granberg 

Charles Edgar Hunsberger 
Alexander Blake MacNab 

George Buchan Robinson 



Class of 1905 

Student 

Student 

Student 
Student 

Student 



Chicago, 111. 

95 Astor St. 
Chicago, 111. 

2613 W. Kinzie St. 
Wadsworth, O. 
Chicago, 111. 

675,1 Emerald Ave. 
Sycamore, 111. 



ADDENDA 



Thomas Cowan Bell, '57 
*Isaac M. Jordan, '57 
Archibald Argyle Carnahan, '61 
John Dempsey Garrett, '98 
Guv Struble Dennison, '01 



ALPHA 

(Page 32) 

Present address, Portland, Ore. 

Died Dec. 3, 1890 

Died March 6, 1902 

Add, Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 

Add, Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



C. E. Starlin 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of 1902 

Student 



Preston, O 



Darrell Joyce 



Class of 1903 

Student 



Ross, O. 



*James Wirt Newman, '61 
John James Piatt, '62 
*Charles Henry Isaac(s), '72 
*John Edward Hume, '82 
Alfred Floyd McCormick, '84 
David Roberts Allen, '87 
Perry Smith, '90 
*William Thomas McKelvey, 
Smith Buckingham Queal, '91 

Louis Allen Ireton, '93 

Edward Boynton Cappeler, '93 
Brand Whitlock, '93 

Peter Adams, '93 
Edward Thompson Powell, '93 
*Paul O. Mitchell, '95 
George W. Spencer, '95 

William Fleet Baker, '96 
Harry James Crawford, '96 

Carl D. Jones, '96 
Thomas W. Oberlin, '96 
Edwin Lester Dornigan, '97 
William F. Pattison, '97 
*George Brookfield, '98 
DeWitt Halstead Leas, '99 



GAMMA 

(Page 36) 

Died January i, 1902 

Read, Author, North Bend, O. 

Died in New York, N. Y., April 23, 1900 

Died August i, 1894 

Add, Delegate to 19th Grand Chapter 

Present address, Cincinnati, O. 

Present address, Zanesville, O. 
'91 Date of death not reported 

Read, Adv. Mgr. Cincinnati Daily Freie Press, 
249 Southern Ave., Cincinnati, O. 

Grand PraetorThird Province, 1897-1899. Add, 
Delegate to i8th Grand Chapter 

Add, Promoter, Delegate to i8th Grand Chapter 

Add, Attorney at Law. Present address, 
Toledo, O. 

Read, Class of 1894 

Read, Class of 1894 

Died February 23, 1902 

Add, Insurance. Present address, Winton 
Place, O. 

Present address, 5451 Cornell Ave., Chicago, 111, 

Present address, 1319 Williamson Bldg., Cleve- 
land, O. 

Present address, Greenville, O. 

Present address, Mansfield, O. 

Read, Edwin Lester Domigan 

Add, Delegate to 22d Grand Chapter 

Died January 2, 1898 

Add, Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 

455 



45^ 



ADDENDA 



*Earl Rodney Smith, 'oo 
Mason W. Forbes, '02 

Paul Atherton Holland, '04 



Died November, 1896 

Read, Mason Merrill Forbes. Present address, 

606 N. 57th Ave., W. Duluth, Minn. 
Read, Journalist. Present address, Marion, O. 



Isaac B. Matson 

LL.B., Cincinnati Law School, 



Harvey Clark Camp 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of i860 

Attorney at Law 

1858 

Class of 1870 



With Lona:mans, Green & Co., gi, 
Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 



Cincinnati, O. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Edward Young Mason 



Class of 1893 
Teacher 



Delaware, O. 
W. Lincoln Ave. 



Charles Reed 



Class of 1896 



Oregon 



Murry Eugene Reed 
Victor E. Albright 



Class of 1900 

Traveling Salesman 

Class of 1901 
Teacher 



Auburn, N. Y. 



Cranesville, W. Va. 



William E. Craig 
Walter E. Layton 



Class of 1902 

Clergyman 
Telephone Manager 



Point Pleasant, W.Va. 
Upper Sandusky, O. 



Harry Hoffman 



Class of 1903 

Student 



Bellefontaine, O. 



Thomas P. Sharpnack 



Class of 1904 

Student 



Petroleum, W. Va. 



Charles W. Henderson 
Abel V. Shotwell 



Class of 1905 

Student 
Student 

Attending Ohio State Univ. 



Spencerville, O. 
Marengo, O. 



*Alvarez Harison Gibson, '58 
*Jacob Phiniz Billups, '68 

*Thomas Dudley Isom, Jr., '8( 



ETA 

(Page 49) 

Died June 7, 1901 

Read, Banker, Died June 15, il 

Ala. 
Died April 25, 1895 



J, at Mobile, 



ADDENDA 



457 



*Charles Roberts, Jr., '8i 
*\Villiam Plant, '89 
Marion Griffin Evans, '97 

Herbert Frederick Fisher, '98 
Archie Gilbert Roane, '98 
Landrum Pinson Leavell, '99 
Armistead Macon Leigh, '00 

William Temple Roane, '00 
Robert Herman Sultan, '01 



Omit the asterisk 
Died Dec. 9, 1S95 
Read, Ass't Prof, of English, Univ. of Miss., 

University, Miss. 
Add, Delegate to 23d Grand Chapter 
Read, Attorney at Law 

Add, Grand Praetor Seventh Province 1899-1901 
Read, Instructor in English, Agric. and Mech, 

College, Starkville, Miss. 
Read, Teacher in Philippine Islands 
Add, Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



Rush Hightower Knox 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of 1902 
Student 



Pontotoc, Miss. 



Robert Clifton Cowan 
Guy Douglas Dean 
Dewitt Knox 



Class of 1903 



Student 
Student 
Student 



Scranton, Miss, 
luka. Miss. 
Pontotoc, Miss. 



Leland Owens McLean 



Class of 1904 

Student 



Auburn, Ky. 



Walter Preston Armstrong 
William Harris Hardy 
Dan Isom Sultan 



Class of 190s 



Student 
Student 
Student 



Coffeeville, Miss. 
Ellisville, Miss. 
Oxford, Miss. 



♦Samuel McCreery, '65 
Joseph Buffington Jackson, '69 

*Benjamin Couch Henry, '70 
Robert Gracey, Jr., 'yi 



IOTA 

(Page 60) 

Died Aug., 1885, at Pittsburg, Pa. 

Read, United Presbyterian Church, Albia, 

Iowa 
Died June 21, 1901, at Canton, China 
Present address, Newville, Pa. 



*William Orseaneth Barnett, '73 
Jesse Day Trueblood, '74 
*Jeremiah Wright Gladish, '7? 
James Beverly Milner, '82 
James Hamilton Henry, '92 
Ernest Hiram Lindley, '93 
Harry Allen Axtell, '94 
George Frank Holland, '94 



LAMBDA 

(Page 66) 

Died June, 1895 

Present address, Danville, 111., 28 Franklin St. 

Died Aug. 30, 1889 

Present address, Calais, France 

Add, Delegate to 19th Grand Chapter 

Add, Delegate to i8th Grand Chapter 

Read, Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 

Add, Delegate to 20th Grand Chapter 



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ADDENDA 



George W. Warmoth, '95 

Curtis Atkinson, '97 
Robert S. Van Zandt, '95 
*Harry Webb Ewing, '99 
Dudley Odell McGovney, '01 
Everard Nolan Whetsel, '01 
Joseph Byron Varney, '02 
Abriam M, Boyd, '04 
Charles Estep Reed, '04 



Present address, 2222 N. Alabama St., Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 
Present address, Oxford, Ind. 
Present address, Denver, Col. 
Died in 1899 

Present address, Manila, P. I. 
Present address, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Read, Joseph Byron Tarney 
Read, Abiram M. Boyd 
Add, Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



Nathaniel Eli Cox 



S. M. Burns 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of 1893 

Class of 1896 



Columbus, Ind. 
Chalmers, Ind. 



Alonzo Bertsch 



Class of 1902 
Student 



Cambridge City, Ind. 



Charles Carr 
R. Dean Rynder 
Reed Steele 



Class of 1904 



Student 
Student 
Student 



Anderson, Ind. 
Erie, Pa. 
Bloomington, Ind. 



George J. Butler 
Raymond McCormick 
Asher McMahon 
Kermeth Weyerbacher 



Class of 1905 



Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



Columbus, Ind. 
Columbus, Ind. 
Booneville, Ind. 
Booneville, Ind. 



*Walter Chester Lyman, '61 
♦William Gurley Beatty, '63 
James Jay Allen, '70 
William Nelson Hall, '74 
Lorenzo Dow McCalin, '74 
Harrison Kohler, '75 
James Wesley Carver, '76 
Thomos Arnold 
*John Foster Reynolds, '83 
Samuel Allen Fisher, '84 

*Samuel Forsythe, '85 

Charles Crittendon Warner, '85 

Charles William Vermillion, '88 



XL 

(Page 84) 

Died July 15, 1892 

Date of death not reported 

Present address. Grand Junction, Col. 

Present address, Walton Junction, la. 

Read, Lorenzo Dow McClain 

Omit name 

Present address, Greencastle, Ind. 

Read, Thomas Arnold 

Died June, 1896 

Present address. With Indianapolis Drug Co. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Died Sept. 7, 1890 
Present address, Rensselaer, Ind. 
Add, Judge District Court 



ADDENDA 



459 



George Chambers Calvert, '93 
Frederick Parker Uavis, '93 

Charles Oren Willits, '94 
Don Kockran, '96 
Paul L. Pied, '96 
Arthur John Hamrick, '98 
George Torrey Fisher, '01 
Horace L. Hanna, 01 
Charles T. Hamrick, '01 

John Chester Shafer, '02 
Charles Sumner Woody, '02 

Frank Kimberlin, '03 
Edwin Dow Wood, '03 



Read, Manai^er Indianapolis Clearing House 

Read, With Sioux City Journal, Sioux City, la. 

Add, Delegate to i8th Grand Chapter 

Add, Degree of Ph. B. 

Read, Don Cockran 

Read, Paul L. Ried 

Add, Grand Praetor Fourth Province, iqoi 

Read, George Forrey Fisher 

Read, Insurance, present address, Denver, Col. 

Read, With Goodrich Tire Co., 618, 18th St., 

Denver, Col. 
Read, Accountant 
Read, Student, present address, Greencastle, 

Ind. 
Present address, Fisher's Switch, Ind. 
Add, Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



Elbert Saxton Stephens 



W. C. Ritter 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of 1894 

Class of 1895 



Newport, Ind. 
Irvington, Ind. 



Jay Sexton 



Class of 1902 

Student 



Monmouth, 111. 



John Pearson 



Class of 1904 

Student 



Bedford, Ind. 



Ross Houck 
Charles Chester Miller 
Joe Edgar Williams 
Jesse Williamson 



Class of 1905 



Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 



Greencastle, Ind. 
Griffin, Ind. 
Terre Haute, Ind. 
Union City, Ind. 



OMICRON 



Alfred Foster Mullin, '59 

*William Andrew Snively, '61 
*John Brown Storm, '61 
John Cornman, '65 
Christopher Columbus Baldwin, 
William Clare Allison Jr., '92 
Thomas Rittenhouse Field, '93 
John D. Bertolette, '94 
Elbert W Brown, '00 
Wilson L. Rothermel, '00 
George Hettrick Bonner, '01 



(Page 96) 

Present address, Philadelphia, Pa., 823 Bain- 
bridge St. 
Died i\Iarch 2, 1901 
Died Aug. 15, 1901 
Present address, New York, N. Y. 
Read, Insurance, Staten Island, N. Y. 
Add, Delegate to i8th Grand Chapter 
Add, Grand Praetor, First Province, 1897-99 
Add, Grand Praetor First Province, 1895-97 
Present address, Altoona, Pa. 
Add, Delegate to 24th Grand Chapter 
Read, Teacher, Braddock, Pa. 



460 



ADDENDA 



William Wallace Johnston, '01 
George Wesley Pedlow, '01 
E. C. Ammerman, '02 

Ernest James Casey, '04 



Present address, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Read, Teacher, Dauphin, Pa. 

Read, E. C. Amerman. Add, Delegate to 25th 

Grand Chapter 
Read, Ernest James Carrey 



John C. Groome 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of 1894 

Druggist 



Carlisle, Pa, 



James Harvey Line 
A. B., A. M..LL. B. 



Class of 189! 

Attorney at Law 



Carlisle, Pa. 



Henry Stanley Winlack 



Class of 1900 

Attorney at Law 



Sayre, Pa. 



Class of 1905 



William Lawrence Brunyate Student 
J. Howard Jacobs Student 



Atlantic City, N. J. 
Reading, Pa. 



ORIGINAL PI 

(Page 106) 



*William J. Dennis, '61 
Ebenezer Pressley McClintock, '61 
*Emmet English Craig, '63 
*Alexander A. Nickle, '63 



Omit asterisk. Living at Dallas, Ala. 
Add, Degree of D. D., Newberry College, 1881 
Add, Commercial Traveler, Died April 2, 1891 
Date of death not reported 



ORIGINAL SIGMA 

(Page no) 
*William Candar Baskin, '62 Died Feb. 4, 1898 



*Alonzo Hill, '69 

*Linden Kent, '69 

John Monro Banister, '78 

William Wirt Henry, Jr., '78 
Chapman Bradford, '79 
*Thomas Joyes, '79 
Randolph Bryan Grinnan, '82 

Ransom Dabney Palmer, '83 
Charles Porterfield, '84 



PSI 

(Page 112) 

Died Jan. 20, 1894 

Died Oct. 4, 1892 

Present address, Washington, D. C, care 

War Dept. 
Present address, Richmond, Va. 
Present address, Madill, Ind. Ter. 
Died in 1897 at Boulder, Mont. 
Omit Prof. Univ. of Tokio. Present address, 

Louisville, Ky. 
Present address, Birmingham, Ala. 
Present address, Northport, Long Island, N.Y. 



ADDENDA 



461 



Humphrey Keyes Ambler, '86 
John Joseph Kindred, '87 
Russell Kilbourne, '90 
S. V. Suuthall, Jr., 'gi 

John G. Todd, '95 

C. King Logan, '96 



Present address. New Vork,N. Y., 142 PMfth Ave. 
Present address, Astoria, N. Y. 
Present address, Coknnbus, O., 604 Town St. 
Read, Stephen V'enable Southall, Jr., Attorney 

at law, Emporia, Va. 
Omit Degree and substitute Merchant for 

Physician 
Read, George King Logan" 



Jacob John Weaver, Jr., '67 
John Rush Hoagland, '69 
Edward I. Fields, '7? 

Herman F. Willard, '78 
*Arthur L. Hummel, '80 
John Bruce McPhcrson, '83 
Norman Crawford McPherson, '89 
Thomas C. Sangree, '91 

Luther Allen Sangree, '92 

Augustus Meyer Bixler, '98 

David Dale, '00 

Joseph Nisley Lamman, '02 



THETA 

(Page 122) 

Present address, LIniontown, Md. 

Add, Pres. Chicago Hardware Co. 132 Lake St. 

Read, Edward L Field. Present address, Tel- 
luride, Cc^l. 

Add, Physician, Mexico, Pa. 

Died October 24, 1897 

Add, Grand Praetor First Province 1890-92 

Present address, Washington, D. C, 13 17 F St. 

Present address. New York, N. Y., 1433 Madi- 
son Ave. 

Present address. New York, N. Y., 1433 Madi- 
son Ave. 

Read, Class of 1899. Present address, San 
Francisco, Cal., 320 Lansome St. 

Read, Degree B.S. 

Read, Joseph Nisely Lauman 



Harry Luther Smith 

♦Paul Homer Cover 
Ross Kirby Gilbert 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of 1904 

Student 

Class of 1905 

Student 

Died December iq, igoi 

Student 



Harrisburg, Pa. 
1514 N. 6th St. 



Frizzelburg, Md. 
Chambersburg, Pa. 



*.\lfred Taylor, '66 
Joseph Latta Watson, '67 
J. Thomas Baker, '6<) 
David Rogers Landis, '69 
Samuel Lewis Ziegler, '80 

George Augustus Lung, '83 



Andrew Miller Freas, '85 
Harry Harrison Null, jr., '93 
Charles Edward Magill, '94 

Voorhees Schench Anderson, '95 



KAPPA 

(Page 130) 

Died December 9, 1894 

Present address, Mount Olive, N. J. 

Read, J. Thompson Baker 

Present address, Lafayette, Ind., goo N. loth St. 

Present address, Philadelphia, Pa., 1700 Wal- 
nut St. 

Read, Surgeon U. S. Navy, care Navy Depart- 
ment, Washington, D. C. Add, Degree 
A.M., Univ. of Rochester, 1891 

Add, Judge Luzerne County 

Present address, Greensburg, Pa. 

Add, Degree V.S., Univ. of Penn., Town 
Treasurer 

Add, Grand Praetor First Province, 1899 



462 



ADDENDA 



George O. Barclay, '98 
Simon P. Wolverton, Jr., '98 
Creighton M. Konkle, '01 

John Smith Goodman, '04 
Wilham Calvin Roller, '04 
Eli Slifer Walls, 04 



Present address, Milton, Pa. 

Add, Sup't Sunbury Elec. Railway Co. 

Omit Student. Add Clerk with Am. 

Plate Co. 
Read, Class of 1903 
Read, Class of 1903 
Read, Class of 1903 



Tin 



Robert Farnham, '64 



Reginald Fendall, '64 



Frank H. Havenner, '71 
Campbell Carrington, '73 
Andrew Adgate Lipscomb, '75 
Hattersly Worthington Talbot, '96 



EPSILON 

(Page 140) 

Change dates of Degrees to 1867 and Delegate 
to igth and 21st and 22d Grand Chapters in- 
stead of as printed 

Read, Delegate to 5th Grand Chapter instead 
of as printed. Change Grand Council to 
Grand Consul 

Present address, Washington, D. C. 

Omit name 

Add, Delegate to 20th Grand Chapter 

Add, Delegate to 25th Grand Chapter 



Clarence \'ivian Everett 
Morris Fairfax Frey 
Samuel Carl Henning 
Arthur Harry Williams 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of 1905 

Student 
Student 
Student 
Student 

RHO 



Washington, D. C. 

3411 Holmead Ave. 
Washington, D. C. 

1405, 31st St. N. W. 
Washington, D. C. 

1421 SSt., N. W. 
Washington, D. C. 

726, 17th St. N. W. 



*Albert Taylor Beck, '67 

lohn Denton, '67 

John Van Meter Coynes, '68 

Stoughton G. Leonard, '70 
James Lafayette Thornton, 'ji 
Jeffrey O. Cutts, '74 
John Bradford Harper, '75 
Charles H. Caton, '76 
Oliver Romeo Johnson, '78 
Edmund Garfield Laughlin, '79 
*Benjaniin Northrop, '79 
Louis Morgan, '81 
Albert Munson Chamberlin, '84 
Richard Frederick Bigger, '85 
Alvah Curtis Brazington, '87 
William Glanton Irwin, '89 



Urban Cecil Mallon, '89 
William Malcolm Wallace, '89 
*William Ross Hadley, '90 
Edward Dwight Kingsbury, '90 



(Page 146) 

Died April 23, 1894 

Present address, Salem, Oregon 

Read, John Van Meter Coyner. Present ad 

dress, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Omit name 

Present address, Sedalia, Mo. 
Present address, Riverside, Cal. 
Present address, Durango, Colo. 
Present address, Englewood, Chicago, 111. 
Address, Columbia Club, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Present address, Cleveland, O. 
Date of death not reported 
Read, Merchant, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Read, Clergyman, Alliance, O. 
Address, 524 N. Penn St., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Read, Artist, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Add, Delegate to 21st Grand Chapter 

President Indianapolis, Greenwood 

Franklin R. R. Co. 
Present address, Mullen, Ind. 
Read, Captain, U. S. Army, nth Infantry 
Died in Clayton, Ind. 
Read, Manufacturer, Indianapolis, Ind. 



and 
and 



ADDENDA 



463 



Perry Hay, '91 



*Lewis Jefferson Thompson, '91 
Robert P. Leavitt, '93 

Crate S. Bowers, '94 



Read, William Perry Hay, Prof. Natural His- 
tory, Howard Univ. Add, Degrees of B. S, 
and M. S., Washington, I). C, Cosmos Club 

Died February 11, 1902 at Phoenix, Ariz. 

Read, Electrical Engineer, with Union Traction 
Co., Anderson, Ind. 

Read, Crate S. Bowen 



Harry Judah Brandon 
Henry Coburn 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of 1894 

Attorney at law 
Wholesale Lumber 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



George C. Cullom 
David Edward Smith 
David Wallace 



Class of 189s 

Druggist 
Druggist 
Druggist 



Frankfort, Ind. 
Decatur, Ind. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



Harry I. Dodson 
John F. Mitchell, Jr. 
Lawrence F. Orr 



Class of 1905 



Student 
Student 
Student 



Waynesville, O. 
Greenfield, Ind. 
Columbus, Ind. 



Maxwell Kinkead, '66 
*Robert Ellmaker Pettit, '67 
Fidelio HughesO"liphant, '68 
Harry Bockee Salkheld, '68 

Benjamin B. \'an Deudsen, '(. 

Rowland Whitman, '68 
Ferree L. Mcllvane, '69 

John C. Fortiner, '70 

*George Ogden, Jr., "72 
John H. Kain, '73 



UPSILON 

(Page 156) 

Present address, 10 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Date of death not reported 

Present address, uil City, Pa. 

Read, Mechanical Engineer, 86 Franklin St., 

New York, N. Y. 
Read, Benjamin B.Van Deusen, Manufacturer, 

Ilion, N. Y. 
Read, With Tenn. Cent. R. R., Rockwood.Tenn. 
Read Ferree L. Mcllvain, Civil Engineer, Gap, 

Pa. 
Read, Genl. Mgr. Indiana Car & Foundry Co., 

519 Chestnut St., Chicago, 111. 
Died Aug. 19, 1892 
Present address, Mexict) Ciiy, Mex., care of 

Mexico Cent. R. R. 



William Ferdinand Pinckard, '67 
*Jacob Phiniz Billups, '68 
Alexander F. Young, '68 
Joseph H. Jayne, '70 
Thomas Lane Conella, '71 
*Alonzo Rice Cocke, '77 
Ernest Harris Dryden, '78 



ZETA 

(Page 162) 

Read, Prytania St. for Puytama St. 
Died June 15, 1899 
Present address, Sessumsville, Miss. 
Read, Joseph M. Jayne, Class of 1872 
Present address, Everett, Wash. 
Died Aug. 26, 1901 

Present address, 235 Madison Ave., Balti- 
more, Md. 



464 



ADDENDA 



John Penn Lee, '88 
William Walter Brown, '91 
Robert Edward Lee, 'gi 
Frederic Hunter Marshall, '93 
Robert F. Wendell, '94 
Charles Philip Snyder, '96 
Alban Goshorn Snyder, 98 
M. E. Locke, '99 

William Scott Wood, '99 
John Kirkpatrick Graves, '01 

Gabriel Benoist Shields, '01 
James Edmund Price, '04 



Read, Degree B. L. 

Read, Class of 1899 

Present address, Burk's Station, Va. 

Read, Class of 1890 

Add, Attorney at Law, Murfresboro, Tenn. 

Read, Sailor, Lieutenant, U. S. N. 

Add, Degree of A. B. 

Present address, Washington, D. C, care of 
War Dept. 

Present address, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Add, Degree of A. B., Read, Teacher. Pres- 
ent address, Elkins, W. Va. 

Present address, Natchez, Miss. 

Present address, 419 Virginia St., Charleston, 
W. Va. 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of 1902 
Robert William Crawford, Jr. Student 



Strasburg, Va. 



John Richard Ames 
Simon Blount Mason 



Class of 1905 



Student 
Student 



Title Page (Page 169) 

*Samuel Miller Riley, '74 
*Henry Carpenter Overholt, '85 
Clary Ray, '87 



Onancock, Va. 
Baltimore, Md. 
The Mount Royal 



PHI 

(Page 170) 

Read, Chi Phi in place of Chi Psi. Add, Sigma 
Nu, 1900 

Died January 17, 1902 

Died December 3, 1893 

Present address, 1200, i8th St. N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 



John Theodore English 

George A. Knapp 

Ray J. G. Retter 

J. Herbert Sweet 
Frank Yocum 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of 1905 

Student 

Student 

Student 

Student 
Student 



Elizabeth, N. J. 

=,6; Walnut St. 
Baltimore, Md. 

432 W. Conway St. 
Allentown, Pa. 

25 N. 13th St. 
Saxton, iPa. 
Reading, Pa. 

619 N. 5th St. 



Samuel Marion Cramblett, '72 
Burritt Johnston Brotherton, '73 
George Emory Andrews, '84 

Thomas Addison McCann, '86 
Oscar Otis Aretas Wilkinson, '90 



MU 

(Page 176) 

Present address, Muskegon, Mich. 

Present address, Delphos, O. 

Present address. Bay City, Mich., 302 Crapo 

Bldg. 
Present address, Dayton, O. 
Business address, New York, N. Y., 46 Cort- 

landt St. 



ADDENDA 



465 



Arthur Marion Brumback, '92 

Fletcher Ransom Hall, '94 
Herbert Quinton Jones, '98 

Herbert L. Sample, '00 
William H. SprouU, '03 



Read, Science Dept. McMinnville College, 

McMinnville, Oregon 
Present address, Detroit, Minn. 
Present address, ColumlDus, O., 33 Douglas St. 

Add, Degree E.E., with American Bridge Co. 
Present address, Granville, O. 
Present address, Pittsburg, Pa., 921 Bellefonte 

Ave., East End 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 



John G. Cross 



Class of 1904 
Student 



Narraganset Pier, R.I. 



Alfred M. Colby- 
Joseph C. Green 



Class of 1905 
Student 
Student 



Dayton, O. 

340 W. First St. 
Troy, O. 



Ruter W. Springer, '87 



OMEGA 

(Page 184) 
Present address. Fort Washington, Md. 



Vinton R. Pike, Jr. 



Nathaniel Alcock 



William Dunton Kerr 
John Arthur Sexawer 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of 1902 

Class of 1903 

Student 

Class of 1904 

Student 
Student 



St. Joseph, Mo. 
Platteville, Wis. 



Oak Park, 111. 
Belvidere, 111. 



William Henry McCaughey, '74 
Albert Sarle Sharpless, '74 
James Matthews Simonton, '75 
Lafayette Pence, '']'] 
Joseph Willson Hays, '80 
Walter Lowrie Fisher, '83 

Charles Everts Morse, '86 
Nathan Powell Graham,' 95 



CHI 

(Page 194) 

Add, Pastor Central Church 

Add, Pastor Irving Avenue Church 

Present address, Bellport, N. Y. 

Read, Kinderhook, N. Y. 

Read, Teacher, Macomb, 111. 

Read, Editor of Catalogue of 1890. Secretary 

Municijial Voters' League 
Add, Pastor Covenant Congregational Church 
Add, Physician and Surgeon of Santa Fe Gold 

and Copper Mining Co., San Pedro, N. M. 



466 

Van Wagenen Ailing, '96 
Clarence La Rue Bonta, '99 
Frederic Crane Ailing, '01 

James Graham Brown, '03 
James Markely Wright, '03 



ADDENDA 

Omit Supervising Architect, etc. Add, with W. 
A. & A. E. Wells, Monadnock Bldg, Chicago. 

Read, last name Banta. Add, With Weber 
Drug Co. 
. Omit Clerk, Ft. Smith, Ark. Add, Dept. Man- 
ager Washer Bros., Wholesale Clothiers, 
San Antonio, Tex. 

Read, Class 1904. Correct address, Indian- 
apolis, Ind., 1897 Salbot Ave. 

Correct address, Washington, D. C, 1728 Cor- 
coran St. 



*Sam Elliott Low 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 

Class of 1889 

Attorney at Law 
Died March 26, 1899 



Lincoln, Neb. 



Thaddeus Bell McCormick 



Class of 1894 

Attorney at Law 



Louisville, Ky. 

Mutual Life ofKy.Bldg. 



SIGMA SIGMA 

(Page 202) 



Julius Leigh Wilson, '78 

Daniel Grinnan, '79 

George Hutcheson Denny, '91 



Read, Junius Leigh Wilson 

Present address, Richmond,Va., 26 Shafer Bldg. 

Read, President of Washington and Lee Univ. 



Title Page (Page 207) 
Orin Roman Sholars, '76 
*Henry Beecher Hamilton, '85 



TAU 

(Page 208) 

Read, Became inactive, 1901 
Present address. Orange, Tex. 
Died at Kingman, Kan. 



Chapman Bradford, '77 
Ransom Dabney Palmer, '82 

Orr Haralson, '83 
James William Hurt, '85 



PI 

(Page 217) 

Present address, Madill, I. T. 
Add, Degree of M. D., Present address, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 
Present address, San Francisco, Cal. 
Present address, Seliiia, Ala. 



Ozias John Markle, '78 



BETA 

(Page 226) 
Omit dagger 



ADDENDA 



467 



Title Page (Page 235) 
James J. Carroll, '76 

John Clark, '76 

Leigh Carroll, '78 

*Walter Carroll, '79 
Joseph Wheadon Carroll, 

John Wilson, Jr., '80 

Evan A. Edwards, '94 



GAMMA GAMMA 

(Page 236) 

Read, Became inactive, iqoi 

Present address, New Orleans, La., 708 Union 
St. 

Read, John Clark, Jr., Farmer, Present ad- 
dress, Mt. Carmel, Tenn. 

Present address New Orleans, La., 708 Union 
St. 

Died Jan. 25, 1887 
'79 Present address, New Orleans, La., 708 Union 

St. 

Read, Commercial Traveler, Present address, 
Waverly, Va. 

Present address, Washington, D. C. 



James Francis Hutchinson, 't 
Van Wagenen Ailing, '97 



DELTA DELTA 

(Page 244) 

Read, James Francis Hutchison, Present ad- 
dress, 706 Tacoma Bldg. 

See Addenda of Chi Chapter for present occu- 
pation and address 



Title Page (Page 252) 



SIGMA 

(Page 253) 

Read, Founded in 1869. Became inactive in 
1870. Revived June 17, 1875. Became in- 
active in 1882 



*John Robert Breckenridge 

A. M. 
F. H. Nides 



Robert Moon Agnew 
*Thomas Bruen Brown 

A. B. 
S. A. Mills 
John Ballard Rendall 

David Edwin Shaw 

Short Adams Willis 
B.A. 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of i86g 

Died in 1874 

Class of 1870 
Attorney at Law 
Died in 1893 

Prof, of Latin 

Prof of Hebrew and History 
Merchant 



Danville, Ky. 

Fort Leavenworth, 
Kan. 



Lancaster, Pa. 
Washington, D. C. 

Houston, Tex. 
Lincoln Univ., Pa, 

Colora, Md. 

Galveston, Tex. 



468 



ADDENDA 



William T. Austin 
*Jacob Edwin Michael 

A. B., M. D. 
Samuel Miller Nave 

A. B. 
John G. Wier 

A. M. 



H, B. Boyle 

Thomas Kell Bradford 

B. Henry 

Charles Welling Case 

A. M. 
Arthur Hamilton McClintock 
Benjamin R. Reynolds 

A. B. 
Augustin Van Deventir 



William Baxter Myers 



Class of 1871 
Attorney at Law 
Died in 1895 

Attorney at Law 
Class of 1872 



Died in 1880 
Attorney at Law 



Class of 1882 
Banker 



Galveston, Tex. 
Michaelsville, Md. 

St. Joseph, Mo. 

Owensburgh, Ky. 



Louisville, Ky. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
Newark, N. J. 

Wiikesbarre, Pa. 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Plainfield, Pa. 



Bethlehem, Pa. 



PHI PHI 



Union Worthington, 'i 
Ira Shinier, '97 



(Page 256) 

Present address. Salt Lake City, Utah 
Present address, Santiago, Cuba, 11 San Ta- 
deo St. 



ZETA ZETA 



Montgomery May, '78 
Andrew Phelps McCormick, '89 

Charles Hume Sanford, '90 

John Sallee Van Winkle, 'go 

*Casey McKee Owsley, '94 
♦Ernest Alfred Van Winkle, '99 



(Page 264) 

Present address, Vandalia, 111. 

Read, Attorney at Law, present address, Waco, 

Tex. 
Present address, Louisville, Ky., Equitable 

Bldg. 
Omit, Promoter, Add, Agent Coal Properties, 

and Owner Van Winkle Telephone Lines. 
Died November 29, 1901 
Died November q, 1901 



THETA THETA 



George Haywood, Jr., '79 
William Bernard McGrorty, '79 

James Hawkins Clark, '82 
Cyrus Edgar Davis, '82 



(Page 272) 

Present address, Clinton, la. 
Read, William Barnard McGrorty, present ad- 
dress, Rochester, Minn. 
Present address, Bolivar, Tenn. 
Present address, Bloomfield, Ind. 



ADDENDA 



469 



*Betrand Dwiglit Conklin, '83 
Frank Wilson'Hull, "83 
William Hines Savidge, '83 
Reuben Willets Edwards, '84 
Elmer Ellsworth Gary, '87 

Charles William Vermillion, '89 
Lowis Warner Anderson 



Died Aug. 17, 1885. at Chester, N. Y. 

Present address, Denver, Col., 835, 32d St. 

Present address, Boise, Idaho 

Present address, Valparaiso, Chile 

Present address, New York, N. Y., 171 W. 195th 

St. 
Add, Judge District Court 
Read, Lewis Warner Anderson 



DELTA CHI 

(Page 287) 

*Henry Beecher Hamilton, '85 Died at Kingman, Kan. 

George Arthur Graydon Cramer, '96 Read, Guy Cramer 



Edgar B. Catton 



Parke Hunter 
William M. Canaday 
Lee Orean Smith 

Floyd Woods 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of 1894 

Class of 1895 

Musician 



Peru, Ind. 



Newport, Ind. 
tCrawfordsville, Ind. 
New York, N. Y. 

41 W. 2Sth St. 
Indianapolis, Ind.. 



Albert Lee Eliel, '84 
Christian Jensen Toerring, '92 

William Jay Brown, *oo 
Fritz Hadra, '86 



KAPPA KAPPA 

(Page 290) 

Add, Mining Engineer, Present address, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 

Add, Manufacturer of Arc Lights, The C. J. 
Toerring Co., Present address, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., 1035 Ridge Ave. 

Present address, with Holabird & Roche, Mo- 
nadnock Block, Chicago 

Read, Frederick Hadra, Major and Surgeon, 
Permanent address, San Antonio, Tex. 



Robert B. Berryhill, "J 



ALPHA ETA 

(Page 306) 
Present address, Phcenix, Ariz. 



George Frederick Lull, '84 
Edgar Asa Frost, '87 



ALPHA THETA 

(Page 310) 

Present address, with Traders Paper Co., Lock- 
port, N. Y. 
Present address, Chehalis, Wash. 



47° 



ADDENDA 



♦James Otis Ballard, '86 
David Tod Roy, '91 
John F. Butler, '99 



Daniel Elmer Miller 
G. Phi, M. D. Miami Med 



Loring H. Goddard 
C. E. 

Frank L. Evans 



Gilbert H. Tinney 
*Roy Yoder 



Floyd Lowfburrow 
Harry H. Leith 



ALPHA GAMMA 

(Page 318) 
Died Oct. 22, 1893 
Present address, Minerva, Tex. 
Read, John Francis Butler. 

ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of 1890 



Physician 
Col., iSgg 



Class of 1892 
Farmer 

Class of 1894 

Asst. Supt. H. W. Johns' Co. 
39th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Died Oct. 10, 1894 
Class of 1895 

Class of 1902 

Civil Engineer 
City Engineer 



Dayton, O. 

1209 N. Main St. 



Manora, O. 

New York, N. Y. 

Youngstown, O. 
Wooster, O. 

Washington, O. 
Wellsville, O. 

1427 Main St. 



Harvey Hayes Lockridge, '01 



ALPHA ZETA 

(Page 327) 
Read, Harvey Hayes Lochridge 



ALPHA EPSILON 



Edward Pelton Hayward, '94 

Charles Clarence Pulis, '96 
Lewis Roberts Ewart, '00 

Cliff White Le Roy, '02 
Francis Griggs Ryan, '03 
Victor Raymond Gould, '05 



(Page 330) 
Present address, 131 W. 42d St., New York, 

N. Y. 
Present address. Fort Adams, R. I. 
Add, Cashier Farmers' & Merchants' Bank, 
Kiel, Olka. 
Student Fairbury, Neb. 

Student Lincoln, Neb. 

Student Omaha, Neb. 



James Pratt Bickett, '97 



ALPHA IOTA 

(Page 340) 
Read James Pratt Bicket 



ALPHA LAMBDA 



Arthur Cleaver Wilkinson, '94 



(Page 350) 

Present address, with The Implement Age, 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1336 Cherry St. 



ADDENDA 471 

ALPHA NU 

(Page 362) 

Robert McAlpine Hall, '86 Present address, San Antonio, Tex. 

Fritz Hadra, '87 » Read, Frederick Hadra, Major and Surgeon 

Permanent address, San Antonio, Tex. 
*James Nicholas Goldbeck Died Feb. 12, 1902 

ALPHA MU 

(Page 368) 

Johnson Newton Camden, '86 Present address, Versailles, Kv. 

Edwin Amiss Palmer, '86 Read, Edward Preiss Palmer, 1014 E. Main St., 

Richmond, Va. 
George Taylor Langhorne, '87 Read, Captain nth U. S. Cav., care of War 

Dept., Washington, D. C. 
Victor Wilson Floweree, '88 Read, 311 Lyceum Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 

ALPHA OMICRON 

(Page 370) 

Thomas Farrar Richardson, '92 Present address. New York, N. Y., Reedy 

Island, Quarantine Station 

ADDITIONAL NAMES 
Class of 1900 
Walter C. Brewer Physician Columbia, Miss. 

Class of 1902 
Ronald Clark Kennedy Sugar Chemist Hilo, Honolulu 

Class of 1905 

Oscar Nixon Sheppard Student NewOrleans, La., 

2722 St. Cliarles Ave. 



ALPHA SIGMA 

(Page 390) 

Charles Hanford Kendall, '96 Read, Provincial Supervisor, Present address 

Batangas, Luzon, P. I. 

ALPHA UPSILON 

(Page 400) 

Robert Garner Curran, '95 Read, Class of 1897, Add, Prest. Southwest 

Printers' Supply Co. 



473 



ADDENDA 



Lester Mead Hubley, '93 
William Best, '96 
Robert R. Livini^ston, '00 
Charles Edgar Newton, Jr., '00 
Charles Carsten Piatt, '01 
Ralph Murdoch Brown, '03 



ALPHA PHI 

(Page 404) 

Read, Lester Mead Hubby 

Add, Vice-Prest. Best, Russell & Co. 

Add, Degree of M. E., Naval Architect 

Add, Degree of A. B., Broker 

Add, Attorney at Law 

Add, With D. L. & W. R. R. 



Harold Edward True 



Class of 1903 

Student 



Class of 1905 

Clinton Raymond Goodrich Student 



Rochester, N. Y., 
7 Portsmouth Terrace 



Minonk, 111. 



John Carroll Moulton, '99 
Robert Roughan, '01 
Manville Hewitt Sprague, '05 

Willis Craig Noble 



ALPHA OMEGA 

(Page 418) 

Read, Morenci, Ariz. 
Read, Charlestown, Mass. 
Read, Grafton, N. Dak. 



Civil Engineer 



Minneapolis, Minn. 
2 Union Station 



Charles Erastus Coke, '00 



Noah Bartholomew Hazen 

Olney Windsor Phelps 

Owen Roberts Mason 
Louis Clinton Merrill 

Frank Ellsworth Allard 
Herbert Edwin Gage 



Frans J. V. Schimper, '01 



ETA ETA 

(Page 426) 

Read, Charles Erastus Cake, City Editor Arkan- 
sas Gazette, Little Rock, Ark. 

ADDITIONAL NAMES 

Class of 1863 



Class of 1873 

Physician 

Class of 1874 
Insurance 

Class of 1885 
Physician 

Class of 1887 



White River Junction, 
Vt. 



Warren, Mass. 

Burlington, Vt. 
Concord, Mass. 



Boston, Mass., 

683 Boylston St. 

Allston, Mass., 
22 Ashford St. 



NU NU 
(Page 437) 

Read, Mining Engineer, Present address, 358 
W. 153d St., New York, N. Y. 



A HISTORICAL SKETCH 

{Conti)iucd from pai;;e 2j.) 

The Twenty-fifth Grand Chapter was held in Buffalo, New York, 
July 23, 24, and 25, 1901. In point of numbers it was the most suc- 
cessful in the history of the Fraternity, the total attendance being 
168. 

Forty-nine of the fifty-one active chapters were represented by 
accredited delegates and ten of the thirteen alumni chapters. At 
this time twenty-seven chapters were occupying houses or lodges, 
a gain of seven since the last Grand Chapter. The convention organ- 
ized as follows: Consul, Frank D. Ader, Alpha Iota, '84; Pro- 
Consul, Harry B. Alverson, Alpha Lambda, '93 ; Annotator, Ralph D. 
Southwell, Alpha Alpha, '99; Assistant Annotators, John M. Lee, 
Alpha Phi, '03, and Stuart A. Walker, Zeta Psi, '02; Quaestor, J. 
Norris Miller, Nu Nu, '03; Custos, Eugene B. Huffman. Mu, '02; 
Assistant Custos, Lewis H. Kirby, Alpha Pi, '00, Theta Theta, '01; 
Magister, Newman Miller, Alpha Pi, '93. 

A feature was the revival of the custom of a reception, with musi- 
cal and literary exercises, on the evening of the opening day. 
Much important business was transacted, including the following 
changes in the constitution of the Fraternity : ( i ) Each Grand 
Consul who has completed his term of ofTfice shall be known as Past 
Grand Consul and shall have all privileges of membership in Grand 
Chapters, when present. (2) All trials for expulsion of members 
shall be presided over by the Grand Praetor of the Province, who 
shall report the result thereof to the Grand Triumvirs. (3) Alumni 
notes payable one and two years after cessation of active member- 
ship shall be signed by each initiate at the time of initiation, instead 
of at the time of severing active connection with his chapter, as 
heretofore. Statutory provision was made for the financing of the 
new Directory, by requiring each initiate to pay into the Directory 
Fund the purchase price of the book. Other financial legislation 
made minor changes in the distribution among the several funds of 

473 



474 THE SIGMA CHI FRATERNITY 

the receipts and disbursements of the Fraternity, and exempted 
alumni elected to active membership in the chapters from the pay- 
ment of general fraternity dues. Among other important business 
transacted were enactments whereby the Grand Triumvirs were au- 
thorized to pay the Grand Historian a fixed salary out of the Direc- 
tory Fund ; a new official flag and pledge button were adopted ; and 
a committee was appointed to formulate plans for the celebration of 
the semi-centennial anniversary of the founding of the Fraternity in 
1905. 

The following Grand Council was elected : Grand Consul, Rob- 
ert Farnham, Epsilon, '64; Grand Tribune, Herbert C. Arms, Kappa 
Kappa, '95; Grand Quaestor, Ralph F. Potter, Alpha Iota, '90; 
Grand Annotator, C. W. Whitney, Theta Theta, '99; Grand Editor, 
Newman Miller, Alpha Pi, '93 ; Grand Historian, Fred A. Ferine, 
Alpha Pi, '98 ; Grand Praetors : First Province, William G. Leisen- 
ring, Theta, '01 ; Second Province, E. Lee Trinkle, Sigma Sigma, 
'96, Psi, '98 ; Third Province, William J. Price, Zeta Zeta. '92 ; 
Fourth Province, Arthur J. Hamrick, Xi, '98; Fifth Province, Paul 
W. Cleveland, Omega, '01 ; Sixth Province, William R. Scudder, 
Xi Xi, '01 ; Seventh Province, T. M. Logan, Jr., Alpha Omicron, 
'98 ; Eighth Province, Alexander R. Baldwin, Alpha Beta, '96 ; Ninth 
Province, William H. Peer Conklin, Alpha Phi, '95, Nu Nu, '96. 

Since this Grand Chapter, Tau Chapter, at Roanoke College, 
and Gamma Gamma, at Randolph-Macon College, have become in- 
active. The Rho Rho Chapter, at the University of Maine, was in- 
stalled on April 19, 1902, and the Alpha Eta Chapter at the Univer- 
sity of Iowa was revived the following month. 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



PAGE 

Abbey, Everett L 227 

Abbey, William B 256 

Abbott, ElishaG 363 

*Abbott, Jo Leeper 363 

Abbott, Louis B 386 

Abendroth, William P. 441 
Abernethy, Herbert A. 452 
Abrams, Edward L.228, 237 

Ache, Paul S 440 

Aclieson, Allen M. 242 

Acker, George N 123 

Acker, OttisE 288 

Acker, William J 123 

Ackley, Charles B 423 

Adams, Albert M.* 72 

Adams, Arthur A 427 

Adams, Benjamin C. -- 49 
Adams, Bertram F. — 354 

Adams, Charles C. 33 

Adams, Charles O 42 

Adams, George P 448 

Adams, Henry E 188 

Adams, Hiram A 357 

Adams, James D. 239 

Adams, John C iig 

*Adams, John Q 86 

*Adams, Joseph D. --74, 342 

Adams, Julien W 415 

Adams, Lucian 61 

Adams, Peter 43, 455 

Adams, W^inburne B.-- 429 

Ade, George 246 

Ader, Francis D 340 

*Aderton, George S 252 

Adkins, Merle T. 328 

Adreon, Robert E. 249 

Adsit, Bertram W 294 

Agloinby, John O 141 

Agnew, Leslie V 378 

Agnew, Ralph 378 

Agnew, Robert M 467 

Ahl. Thomas L 76 

Aicher, Frank A. 441 

Aiken, Hugh K. 372 

Aiken, William H 372 

Aikman, Hal N 358 

Aikman, Paul R 358 

Albert, Elmer H. 356 

Albert, Howard F. 356 

Albright, Victor E 456 

Alcock, Nathaniel 465 

Alden, William T 189 



PAGE 

Aldrich, Chester H 319 

Aldrich, Ellis L. 406 

Aldrich. George A 336 

Aldridge, Frank M 50 

Alexander, George F.- 4^0 
Alexander, James H.-- 205 
Alexander, Johnson E.- 418 
Alexander.Thornton K. 203 
Alexander, William F. 

321, 446 

Alexander, Winthrop - 310 

Alford, Elbert H 340 

Alford, George W 68 

Alger, Lewis B 279, 377 

AUard, Frank E 472 

Alleman, John S 124 

Allen, Alexander M. -- 291 

Allen, Charles E 284 

Allen,Charles Linnaeus 176 
Allen, Charles Sumner 332 

Allen, David R 42, 455 

Allen, Edward H.--43, 320 
Allen, Edwin Lawrence 429 
Allen, Edwin Madison 248 

Allen, Frank L 216 

Allen, George A 120 

*Allen, George J. 265 

Allen, Hamlet 70 

Allen, James J 86, 458 

Allen, John N 294 

Allen, Lawrence T. .-- 295 

Allen, Lindley W. 452 

Allen, Lingan B 141 

Allen, Littleberry C- 217 

Allen, Marcus M 265 

Allen, N. Q 222 

Allen, Wilbur P 364 

*Allen, William 84 

Ailing, Albert S 196 

Ailing, Charles, Jr.- 196, 276 

Ailing, Charles A 290 

Ailing, Frederic C. 199, 466 
Ailing, Van Wagenen 

igS, 248, 466, 467 

Ailing, William R 197 

*Allison, Andrew, Jr 62 

•fAllison, Joseph N., Jr.- 210 
Allison, William C, Jr. 

loi, 459 

Allnut, Harry C 209 

Alverson,'Harry B 351 

Ambler, Harry E 189 

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PAGE 

Ambler, Humplirey K. 

117, 165, 461 

Amerman, Edwin C. 

103, 138, 460 

Ames, John R 464 

Ames, Levi J 237 

Ames, William M 427 

Amey, Edward E. 431 

Amsler, Arthur C 365 

Amsler, Walter S. 364 

Amos, Harry B 181 

Amos, Henry W 180 

*Amos, James P2. 179 

Amos, William H. E.. 179 
Anderson, Arthur B. -- 386 
Anderson, Charles P.-. 218 
Anderson, Ernest B. -- 118 
Anderson, Frederick P. 246 
Anderson, George K.-- 384 
Anderson, Henry C.-- 434 
Anderson, John Albert 429 
Anderson, John Robert 269 

Anderson, John W 222 

Anderson, Lewis W. . 

279, 375, 469 

Anderson, Richard P.- 218 
Anderson, Robert T.-- 119 
Anderson, Thomas H. 

B., Jr 449 

Anderson, Thomas W. 242 
Anderson, Voorhees S. 

136, 461 

Anderson.William Bel- 
mont 274 

Anderson. WilliamHar- 

vey 39 

Andress, Hugh C 249 

Andrew, Thomas M., Jr. 249 

Andrews, Adolphus 364 

Andrews, Edmund L.- 

188, 312 

Andrews, E.iWyllys -- 186 

*Andrews, Frank K 266 

Andrews, Frank T 187 

Andrews, George E... 

178, 257, 465 

♦Andrews, Hiram R.-- 38 

Andrews, Joseph E 177 

Andrews, Josiah H 249 

Andrews, PlinyWilliam 276 

^Andrews, Ralph F 332 

Andrews, Thomas P -- 380 



476 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



PAGE 

Andrews, William E.-- 50 

Angier, George M 319 

Angle, Henry F 97 

Angleton, John J. L 91 

Ankeny, Henry N 32 

Annan, Harry C 359 

Annawalt, William M,- 340 

Ansley, Clark F 331 

Apperson,Richard-266, 278 
Appleton, Alanson S.-- 185 

Appleton. Fred S 429 

Applewhite, Ralph B. 

75, 199 

*Arbuckle, J. Edward-- 208 
Arbuckle, James W... 91 

Archer, John G 387 

A rdrey, Herbert D 364 

Arends, Henry C 333 

Argall, George O 441 

Armine, William F 44 

Arms, Herbert C 292 

Armstrong, Charles A. 350 
Armstrong, George G.- 351 

Armstrong, Homer 439 

Armstrong, John A 61 

Armstrong, Ogden 256 

Armstrong, R. H 106 

Armstrong, Walter P.- 457 

Arnett, Lonna D 444 

Arnold, Benjamin W.- 238 

Arnold, David L 401 

Arnold, James 89 

Arnold, Mercer 449 

Arnold, Paul 400 

Arnold, Porter 368 

Arnold, Thomas 89, 458 

Arnold, Thomson 274 

Arnold, Wilson 368 

Arrington, Samuel W.- 118 
Arrison, William E 

258, 386 

Art, William T 86 

Ashbrook, Thomas E.. 117 

Ashburn, John C 321 

Asher, William R. 72 

Ashford, Snowden 174 

Ashley, Charles L 258 

Ashley, Ralph E. 440 

Atchison, Charles N.-- 340 

Atherton, Leslie C 267 

Atkins, William A 249 

Atkinson, Curtis 75, 458 

Atkinson, Joseph B 231 

Atkinson, Stephen E.. 141 

Atterbury, James H 273 

Atwater, William W.-- 354 
Atwood, David 

257, 326, 352 

Atwood, George D 315 

Atwood, Howard D 431 

Ault, Albert W 301 



PAGE 

Austin, Archie S 440 

Austin, Frank E 428 

Austin, George S 180 

Austin, Henry H. 426 

^Austin, James T 50 

Austin, Samuel C 147 

Austin, William T 468 

Averill, Barr C. 316 

Awl, Francis A., Jr. 102, 257 

Axtell, Frank F 73 

Axtell, Harry A 74 

Axtell, William F 71 

Ayer, Frederic E 174 

Ayer, Oscar W 87 

Ayers, Judson F 291 

Ayling, Edmund K 342 

Ayres, Elliott 152 

Babb, Thomas C. 136 

Babbitt, Arthur O.-326, 351 

Babbitt, Ralph 328 

Babcock, Guy H 290 

Babcock, William A.-- 291 
Babcock, William H.-- 141 

Bach, Waldo B 280 

Bacheldor, Franks 279 

Badet, Harry S 249 

Bahrenburg, George E. 

191, 402 

Bailey, Henry F 380 

Bailey, James M 44 

Bailey, Orville E. B.-- 

137, 258 

Bailey, Reginald 397 

Bailey, Rowland W 274 

Bailey, Steele, Jr 269 

Bailey, Walter M 54 

Baiilie, William H 212 

Bain, Alfred M 73 

*Bain, Charles F 72 

Bain, M. G 203 

Baird, David W. 70 

Baird, Thomas C 54 

Baird, William H 248 

Baker, Albert L 302 

Baker, Charles S 88 

Baker, Edward H 324 

Baker, Frank 36 

Baker, Frederick J 405 

Baker, Grear H. 302 

*Baker, Harry Ward--- 151 
Baker, Henry Edgar. _ 272 

Baker, Holland W 186 

Baker, J. Thomson- 132, 461 

Baker, James P. 67 

Baker, William Alex- 
ander 168 

Baker, William Dudley 299 
Baker, William F.--43, 455 

Balding, James P 292 

Baldwin, Alexander R. 381 



PAGE 

Baldwin, Arthur C 180 

Baldwin, Charles J. — 53 
Baldwin, Christopher C. 

loi, 459 

Baldwin, Gustavus A.- 49 

Baldwin, Harry F 310 

Baldwin, James T 132 

Bales, Berton B. 151 

Ball, Joseph 288 

Ballack, William G.-- 324 

Ballard, Bland 253 

Ballard, James O.-173, 318 
Ballard, Walter Philip 446 
Ballard, Walter Rich- 
ard 93 

Ballingal, George F.-- 84 

Ballou, Clifford G. 42 

*Ballou, Lawson 51 

Bambrick, George L... 444 
Banister, John M. -I15, 460 
Banister, John M., Jr.- - 163 

Banks, William 410 

Bannard, Charles H.-- 172 

Bannard, Horace B 170 

Banta, Clarence LaR.- 

199, 466 

Barber, Edwin A 171 

Barber, Herbert O 180 

Barber, Max H 280 

Barber, Perry B 358 

Barclay, George O.- 137, 462 

Barcus, Paul 90 

Bardwell, Arthur F 311 

Bardwell, Herbert T.-- 310 
*Barger, Benjamin F. -- 36 

Barham, William B 

114, 236 

Barickman, Charles M. 340 

Barker, Edson M 430 

Barker, James C 88 

Barker, Oman E 152 

Barker, Robert H 102 

Barker, Thomas R 152 

Barkley, William S 39 

Barksdale, James ¥.-- 57 
Barnard, Cornelius R.- 190 

Barnes, Albert 194 

Barnes, Elmer B 196 

Barnes, Frank W 356 

Barnes, John W 382 

Barnes, Reid B 220 

Barnes, Thomas J., Jr. - 249 
Barnes, William Clin- 
ton 49 

Barnes, William Philip 42 
Barnett, Charles A. --- 153 

Barnett, John C 242 

Barnett, John T 87 

Barnett, Levi A. 87 

*Barnett, Martin A 86 

Barnett, Samuel O 39 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



477 



PAGE 

*Barnett, William 0.-69, 457 

Barney, Charles L 44 

Barney, George H 52 

*Barnitz, George H 38 

Barnum, Charles T 407 

Barr, Richard J 278, 292 

Barr, William L. -.402, 419 

Barrere, George N 320 

Barrere, Granville- -33, 321 
Barrett, Charles D 249 

*Barrett, Dwight H 291 

*Barrett, Edward E 292 

Barringer, Daniel M.-- 252 
Barrios, Juan de la Rosa 385 

Barry, William S 52 

Barth, Carl H 302 

Bartlett, Charles H. 190, 406 

Bartlett, Edwin B. 354 

Bartlett, Horace G 41 

Bartley, James H 375 

Barton, Edgar G 150 

*Barton, William A 49 

*Bash, johnathon 147 

Bashore, Emanuel G.-- 412 

*Baskin, William C 

107, no, 460 

Bass, Andrew J 448 

*Bass, Edgar M 237 

Batchelor, Arthur D..- 74 
Batchelor, Chester A.-- ']^ 
Batchelor, George H.-- 74 

Bates, Charles P 286 

Bates, Edmund A 384 

*Bates, Edward F. B.-. 423 
Bateson, Charles E. W. 440 
Batman, Frederick H.- 76 

Batman, Ira C. 72 

Batman, James W. 74 

Batman, Levi G 75 

Battle, Charles I. 112 

Bauder, Edson B 39 

Bauer, Louis A 299 

Bauman, Louis A. 350 

Baumgardner, Thomas 411 
Baxter, Edward K. -__ 424 

Baylor, John G 118 

Baylor, William W 346 

Bayne, William, Jr. — 142 
Beach, James G.--293, 385 
Beach, William E.-71, 244 

Beadle, Thomas B 293 

Beal, Charles N 33 

Beal, Charles W. 346 

Beal, Ellery H 184 

Beale, Buchanan 141 

Beale, Ross 43, 277 

Beall, William D., Jr.. 140 

Bean, Thomas S 220 

Beard, Francis H. 423 

Beard, Schuyler C 72 

Beardsell, George R... 31 



PAGE 

Beardsley, Harry S 434 

Beasley, Elias M 54 

Beasley, William J 55 

Beaton, Lindsay A. 328 

Beatty, George W 318 

Beatty, Henry G. 37 

Beatty, Talcott 40 

*Beatty, William G. -85, 458 
Beauchamp, William B. 414 
Beaver, William P. 135 

*Beazan, W. Jay 378 

Bechtel, Daniel M. --. 94 

*Beck, Albert T 146, 462 

Beck, Stanley ^L 33 

Beckett, George A. --- 43 

Beckett, James R 72 

Beckett, John 40 

Beckley, Stuart H 239 

*Becton, Benjamin E... 223 

Beebe, LeRoy J 358 

Beebe, William H., Jr. 405 

Beecher, Lyman 320 

Beeler, Fielding 287 

Beem, Levi A 93 

*Beers, Oliver S 162 

Beharrell, Thomas G.- 88 

Beitzel, Robert E. 103 

Balding, Stephen 67 

Bell, Benjamin R. 453 

Bell, David W 71 

Bell, Guy R 453 

Bell, Jonathan C. 106 

Bell, Richard B 267 

Bell, Roane C 54 

Bell, Thomas C 32, 455 

*Bellamy, Flavius J. --- 84 
Belnap, La Monte J.-- 332 
Benbow, Leonidas W.. 147 

Bender, Guy 152 

Bender, Re 151 

Benedict, Abraham 276 

^Benedict, John P 126 

Benedict, Walter L 392 

Beneker, Jay C 302 

*Benison, Howard E. -- 410 

Bennett, Frank W 419 

Bennett, John W. -186, 275 

Bennett, Joseph A 346 

Bennett, Louie E. 91 

Bennett, Lyman R. 419 

Bennett, Richard H..- 237 

Bennett, Robert L 412 

Bennett, Robert P 408 

Bennett, William A. _. 299 
Bennett, William F. _- 450 
Bennett, William W.-- 238 

Benns, Charles P 337 

Benson, Jasper W 205 

Benson, Madison H. -- 365 
Benson, Nathaniel R., 
Jr 159 



Bent, Walter 75 

Benze, Frederick W.-- 386 

^Berkley, R. F 208 

Bernardin, Alfred L.-- 419 
Berrien, Chauncey L. . 440 

Berry, Albert S., Jr 268 

Berry, Benjamin V 273 

Berry, Charles W. 427 

Berry, George S 362 

Berry, James R. 51 

Berry, Robert L 268 

Berry, William G. 269 

Berryhill, Robert B 

307, 469 

*Berst, Elmer E. 89 

*Bertheau, Rudolf C. -- 419 
Bertolette, John D.- 102, 459 

Bertsch, Alonzo 458 

Best, William 405, 472 

Bethea, Samuel R 218 

Bettcher, Earl McC. -- 75 
Beuret, Ebenezer G. -- 280 

Bevans, Allan B 276 

Bevans, James L 276 

Bibb, William C. 220 

Bicket, James P. --330, 342 

Bidgood, J. Willis 141 

*Bierbower, Vincent — 97 

Bigelow, James C. 185 

Bigger, D. Dwight 242 

Bigger, Richard F. 150, 462 

Bikie, Henry W 127 

Bikle, Paul H 127 

Bikle, Philip M 122 

Billheimer, Thomas C. 122 

Billings, Cecil 205 

*Billups, Jacob P 

_ 49, 162, 456 

Billups, Saunders 49 

Bimm, Henry H. 172 

Bimm, Joseph E. 172 

Binder, Clarence K 157 

Binford, Moreland B.. 287 

Binford, Peter 112 

Bingham, William E.- 393 

Binkley, Arthur L 43 

Birdsey, Corbon P 377 

Birdwhistell, James ^L 

B 264 

Bischof, Arthur A 332 

Biscoe, Earl 143 

Biscoe, Frank L 143 

Bitner, J.C 97 

Bittle, Beale W 208 

Bivens, Clarence M. -- 247 
Bixler, Augustus M... 

127, 461 

Bixler, Wm. H. H 127 

*Black, Henry 122 

Black, Horace W. 452 

Black, J. Edwin 68 



478 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



PAGE 

Black, James N. 209 

Black, John, Jr 96 

*Black, Robert G 106 

Blackburn, Clifford --- 133 
Blackburn, Smith A.-- 268 
Blackford, Charles T.- 340 
Blackford, U. Grant 

423, 439 

Blackstone, William B. 71 

Blair, Jesse H 244 

Blair, McCrea P 344 

Blair, Samuel B 444 

Blaisdell, Walter S.--- 275 

Blake, Emmons R 191 

Blake, Jacob M 93 

Blakemore, Louis B.-- 302 
Blanchard, Milton C.-- 359 

Blaney, Milton L 147 

Blanton, John D 203 

Blanton, Joseph I.- 116, 203 
Blanton, L. Rutherford 204 

Blayney, John McC 80 

Blessing, Charles A 435 

Blessing, George F 434 

Bliss, Carlton M 324 

Bliss, Ward R 133 

Bloodgood, Joseph C- 350 

Bloomer, Ernest N 344 

Blount, Robley D 150 

Blyler, Milton 159 

Boak, George R 411 

Boardman, Clarence I. 440 

*Boardman, William H. 429 

Boas, David K 98 

Boaz, Oliver T 147 

Bocher, Charles J 275 

Boden, John 199 

Bodwell, Joseph F 310 

*Boggan, Thomas L 48 

*Bohon, Lynn B 265 

Bohrer, Charles J 244 

Bolich, Charles H 412 

Bolles, Charles A. -248, 315 

Bolser, Charles E 429 

Bolster, Arthur S 431 

Bolton, William H no 

Bomar, David T 223 

Bond, Franklin F 100 

Bond, Hunter A 118 

Bond, Ralph A 249 

Boney, Richard K 

115, 164, 234 

*Bonham, Richard G.-- 112 
Bonner, George H. 103, 459 

Bonnie, William O 167 

Bonsall, Marshall K.-- 299 
Boogher, Dudley 212 

*Booker, Thomas N 96 

Booles, William VV.--- 218 

Booth, Morris S. 38 

Booth, Robert K 393 



PAGE 

Booth, William Mason 415 
Booth, William Morris 186 

Bope, Harold S 408 

Borden, William T 294 

Bordner, Ira 75 

Borradaile, Frederick 

H 273 

Bortles, Harry C 378 

Boss, Charles R 313 

Boss, Joseph S 310 

Boston, Albert W. 429 

*Boston, Alfred W 429 

Boston, Francis R 141 

Bosworth, Benjamin-- 434 

Bosworth, Neil 327 

Bosw^orth, Roy D 392 

Bosworth, Vern H 393 

Boteler, Basil DeL. --- 120 

Bott, William J 423 

Bottorff, Jacob F 196 

Bouic, William v., Jr. - 141 

Bouldin, Brisco B 163 

Bouldin, Charles E 203 

Bourg, Oscar A 53 

*Boutell, Evarts G 185 

Boutwell, Benjamin J.- 

276, 346 

Bovard, William S 400 

Bowditch, Nathaniel I. 311 

Bowdre, Pettus- 49 

Bowen, Charles F 148 

Bowen, Crate S 151, 463 

Bowen, Francis C 141 

Bowen, Henry H 148 

Bowers, Harry L 43 

Bowers, George N 231 

Bowers, John G 246 

Bowers, Joseph F 319 

Bowersock, Fred H 356 

Bowersock, Justin D.-- 357 

*Bowie, James J 208 

Bowker, Clarence B... 146 

*Bowles, Edward M.-- 428 

Bowles, Sidney W 428 

Bowman, Alexander B. 164 

*Bowman, Charles E.-- 264 
Bowman, George 130 

*Bowman, James L 91 

Bowman, James R 364 

Boyd, Abiram M -j-j, 458 

Boyd, Charles A 106 

Boyd, Claudius L 93 

Boyd, Everett W 427 

Boyd, George M 90 

Boykin, Elias M 114 

Boyle, H. B 468 

Boyle, Samuel A 257 

Boynton, Stuart D 404 

*Brabson, William H.-- 209 

Brace, George M 325 

Brace, Walter C 311 



PAGE 

Brackenridge, William 
L 272 

Braden, Harry I 359 

Braden, James 152 

Bradford, Chapman 

115, 216, 262, 460, 466 

Bradford, John M. 391 

*Bradford, Thomas 49 

Bradford, Thomas K... 468 

Bradley, Andrew G 142 

Bradley, Arthur C 359 

*Bradley, Bedford A.-- 67 

Bradley, Clinton A 400 

Bradley, Ernest B 401 

Bradley, Horatio S 39 

Bradley, John E 106 

Bradley, Lee Roy 401 

Bradley, Morton C 76 

*Bradley, Thomas C 106 

Bradner, Frank E 99 

Bradner, Wesley K 99 

Brady, Clarence E 290 

Bragdon, George E 184 

Bragdon, Merritt C 184 

Braithwaite,William A. 423 
Bramlett, Edward T.-- 234 
Branaman, Daniel H. - 72 
Branaman, Lawson F.- 69 

Branch, Charles N 246 

Branch, James R 203 

Branch, Walter T 149 

Brandenburg, B. Mich- 
ael 364 

Brandon, Bruce A. .45, 321 

Brandon, Gerard 52 

Brandon, Harry J. 463 

Bransford, Benjamin E. 116 

Brant, Claude 75 

Brant, Jefferson E 84 

Brant, Thomas J 86 

Brashear, Alvan V. 197 

Brashear, Peter C 197 

Braun, Harry A 159 

Brawley, Robert V 397 

Bray, William M 191 

Bray, Benjamin N 211 

Brayton, Nelson D 151 

Brazington, Alvah C. 150,462 

Bready, Charles J. 377 

Bready, Russell H 378 

Breckenridge, David C. 253 

*Breckenridge, John R.- 467 
Breckenridge, Morrison 267 

Breen, Howard 298 

Breen, John 431 

Bremermann, James H. 141 

Brennan, Albert A 267 

Brenneman, Samuel M. 273 

Brent, Harry Kelly 434 

Brenton, William 149 

Brett, William T 112 



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479 



PAGE 

Brewer, Francis E. -404, 438 

Brewer, Frank M 188 

Brewer, John C 151 

Brewer, Theodore H.-- 414 

Brewer, Walter C.--56, 471 

♦Brewer, William 141 

Brice, Herbert L. 229 

*Brice, John M 106 

Brice, Thomas W. 107 

*Bridge, Arthur M. 2go 

Bridge, Daniel J 66 

Bridge, William C 77 

Bridge, William F 287 

♦Bridges, Richard H 50 

Bridges, Robert S 150 

Bridgforth, David O... 56 

Bridgman, Wilbur H. _ 347 

Briggs, Ernest F. igi 

Briggs, William M. -.- 204 

Bright, John H 195 

Bringham, William A.- 245 

Brintnall, Henry S 431 

Briscoe, Daniel 49 

Britan, Herbert D 199 

Britan, Joseph T. 198 

Britton, George W. --- 357 

Britton, John D 371 

Broaddus, Lunsford L. 71 

Brock, Walter L. 435 

Brockenbrough, Frank 

G 248 

Brocklebank, Frank R. 228 
Brockway, P. Bruce 44, 377 

*Brodhead, Cicero 171 

*Brt)dhead, Edward H.- 337 

Brodhead, John A 386 

Broemmel, George M.- 382 

Bromley, B. Gordon 256 

Bronaugh, Will L. 435 

Brook, William E 331 

*Brookfield, George - 44, 455 

Brooks, Benjamin F... 88 

Brooks, George F. 392 

Brooks, Robert C 75 

Broomall, Robert L 98 

Bross, Mason 187 

Brossman, William G.- 231 

Brotherhood, James S.- 431 

Brotherline, Eric G 102 

Brotherton, Burritt J. - 
176, 464 

*Brotherton, John F 37 

Brotherton,TheodoreW. 38 

Brough, Bernard F. 277 

Brougher, E. Earl 54 

Brown, Albert J. 418 

Brown, Arthur H 429 

Brown, Arthur V 150 

Brown, Augustus F. A. 273 

Brown, Charles 151 

Brown, Charles R. 306 



PAGE 

Brown, Clarence A 133 

*Brown, Columbus C. -- 107 
Brown, Daniel W. 51 

*Brown, David P 156 

Brown, Dickson Q 314 

Brown, Doswell P 416 

Brown, Edgar L 333 

Brown, Edward H. 116, 237 

Brown, Edwards B. 327 

Brown, Elbert V..- 103, 459 

Brown, Elliott L 440 

Brown, Elmer C 173 

Brown, Elwyn N. 306 

Brown, Frank S. 300 

Brown, Harry J. 428 

Brown, Harry L 144 

*Brown, Harry P 187 

Brown, Hugh A. 439 

Brown, James A 381 

*Brown, James D 162 

Brown, James G 

199, 250, 466 

Brown, James P 223 

Brown, John E. 242 

Brown, Joseph W. 52 

Brown, Josephus C. — 113 

Brown, Maurice F 429 

Brown, Nathan W 181 

Brown, Oren B 177 

Brown, Oren S. 252 

Brown, Philip L 431 

Brown, Ralph M.--407, 472 

Brown, Robert E 378 

Brown, Robert L 328 

Brown, Robert W. 357 

Brown, Roger W 431 

Brown, Sebastian 97 

Brown, Stephen P 315 

*Brown, Thomas B 467 

Brown, Thomas M 199 

Brown, W. L 186 

Brown, Wallace F. 117, 165 

Brown, William A 212 

Brown, William Jay — 

_ 294, 469 

Brown, William John-- 331 
Brown, WilliamWalter 

166, 464 

Brown, William White 319 

Brown, Wylie 406 

Browne, Frank G. 88 

*Browne, Thomas R 265 

Brownlee, James L. 52 

Bruce, Harry C 74 

Bruen, Charles E 242 

Bruff, James F. 246 

Brugh, H. W. Irvine -- 126 
Brumback, Arthur M.- 

-_ 179, 465 

Brumback, David La 
Doyt 228 



PAGE 

Brumback, Orville S.-- 
226, 252, 272 

Brundage, Benjamin 

L 380 

Brundige, John F. 177 

Brunner, Preston M. -- 156 

Brunyate, Edwin R 103 

Brunyate, William L. _ 460 

Bryan, Albert H 248 

Bryan, Albert R 391 

Bryan, Francis T 253 

Bryan, John I. 434 

Bryan, Pendleton T. -- 253 

Bryan, Richard W. D.- 170 

*Bryant, James M 264 

Bryant, William C 231 

Brydon, George M. .-- 212 

Bryne, Thomas M 284 

Bryns, James D 198 

Buchanan, Edwin B.-- 294 

Buchanan, John 76 

Buchanan, Joseph W, - 48 

Buchanan, William — 222 

Bucher, Abbott G 137 

Bucher, Joseph C, Jr.-- 136 

Buck, Guerdon C 352 

*Buck, James S 60 

Buck, Raymond H 362 

Buckey, John E. J 98 

Buckhout, Albert T..- 411 

Buckhout, Nathan W.. 411 

Buckley, Charles F 438 

Buell, Charles I 374 

Buell, Edwin D 429 

Buerk, Henry A 71 

*Buffington, James M.-- 51 

Buford, Albert, Jr 222 

Buford, Edward P 117 

Buford, Frank G 163 

*Bu{ord, P. H no 

Bugbee, Perley R 426 

Buie,HenryT 51 

*Buie, Horace F 51 

Bulger, Thomas L 208 

Bull, Charles P 113 

Bull, James G 37 

Bulla, Rolland S 331 

Bullard, Harry D 411 

Bullitt, Keith L 120, 408 

Bullock, Barry 435 

Bullock, Edward L 156 

Bullock, Frederick D.- 435 

Bullock, Samuel A 435 

Bundschu, Walter B.-- 382 

Bundy, Corydon D 343 

Bunker, Arthur S 354 

Bunker, George T 353 

Bunker, Park J 328 

Bunker, Wade 149 

*Bunyan, Robert J. -278, 288 

Burbank, Charles 252 



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Burbank, Lester W 427 

Burch, Willard E. 102 

Burch, William E 422 

Burdick, Charles B 292 

Burford, Ernest H 152 

Burg, Robert 333 

Burgert, George 332 

Burgess, Francis L 210 

Burgess, John 392 

Burglehaus, Fred H.-- 391 

Burke, Charles E 256 

Burke, James F 277 

*Burke, James G 184 

Burke, N. P. T 115 

Burkham, William T.- 89 
Burks, Martin P., Jr..- 168 

Burnett, Roy B 365 

Burnett, Samuel T 342 

Burnett, William G- - - 84 

Burnham, Ernest 376 

Burnham, Philip S 377 

Burnham, Robert D... 292 

Burnham, Smith 375 

Burnley, Aleck F 222 

Burns, Barnabas 41 

Burns, Charles T 180 

Burns, David V 68 

Burns, Everett A 102 

Burns, S. M 458 

Burns, William W 216 

Burrell, Luther A 123 

Burris, Milton D 344 

Burrowes, Harry S. — 230 
Burrowes, William C- 230 

Burrows, John S 316 

Burton, Joseph P 266 

Burton, William H., 

Jr 278 

Burton, William R 146 

Busby, Isaac V ']}^ 

Busby, Lawrence P 54 

Buschman, Harry C 248 

*Buskirk, John W 69 

Buss, Eugene R 301 

Butler, Chauncey 146 

Butler, Frank W 357 

Butler, George E 44 

Butler, George J 458 

Butler, Harry G 382 

*Butler, John E 48 

Butler, John F 320 

Butler, John S 151 

Butler, Louis P. H 386 

Butler, Ovid M. 152 

Butler, Scot 146 

Butler, Walter G 152 

Butt, Jacob L 125 

Butterfield, Ralph B... 190 

Buttrick, Edward S 351 

Buzby, Duncan L 256 

Bjars, Casper R 363 



PAGE 

Cabanes, Rena C 295 

*Cabeen, Richard 107 

Cabell, George C 211 

Caddock, Henry 188 

Cadwallader, Charles 

H 41 

Caine, Sidney A 316 

Cake, Charles E. --430, 472 
Calderwood, Edward S. 430 
Caldwell, Charles G.-. 265 

*Caldwell, Edward C... 

137, 407 

Caldwell, J. Mentor.-- 144 

Caldwell, James P 32 

Caldwell, John A., Jr. - 
301, 406 

*Caldwell, Robert E 204 

Cale, David H. 152 

Cale, Howard 146 

Calerdine, Arthur F. .- 278 

Call, Edward Ross 93 

Callaghan, David B.-. 134 

Calland, Dean S 328 

Callender, John M 117 

Callman, Herbert 431 

Calvert, George C- -91, 459 

Calvin, Samuel 259 

Calvin, Webster 138 

Camden, Johnson N... 

368, 471 

Camden, Richard P.-- 368 

*Cameron, Dugald 347 

Camp, Alex 365 

Camp, Fred L 137 

Camp, Harvey C 456 

Camp, Jack 453 

Camp, R. Clifton 453 

Campbell, Archibald-- 336 
Campbell, Arthur L.-- 412 
Campbell, Charles F..- 136 
Campbell, Daniel A.-. 310 
Campbell, Elijah D.-- 135 
Campbell, Franklin L. 39 
Campbell, George N... 412 

Campbell, Lewis 340 

Campbell, Nick W 55 

Campbell, William M. 

257, 411 

Canaday, William M.. 469 
Canby, Harry B.--180, 315 

Candor, Addison 133 

Candor, Thomas H 242 

Cannon, James, Jr. 237 

Cannon, William 102 

*Cannon, William R 50 

Cantrell, Deaderick H. 166 

*Capelle, Robert S no 

Capito, Henry 445 

Cappeller, Edward B. 
43, 404, 455 

*Card, Thomas C - 245 



PAGE 

Carey, George B 434 

Carle, Charles J 149 

Carlock, William C 344 

Carmon, Warren W..- 100 

Carnahan, Archibald A. 32 

Carnahan, D. Hobart - 293 

Carnahan, Franklin G. 291 

Carothers, Charles G.-- 52 

*Carothers,Cornelius W. 51 

Carothers, Joseph C.-- 50 

*Carothers, Joseph M.-- no 

Carpenter, Abraham E. 123 

Carpenter, Charles L.- 426 

Carpenter, Harry H.-- 177 

Carpenter, Willard B.- 226 

Carr, Albert M 279, 376 

Carr, Burt W. 429 

Carr, Charles 458 

Carr, Edwin H 247 

*Carr, James H 223 

Carr, Robert E 236 

Carre, Henry B. — 371, 415 

Carrey, Ernest J.-- 103, 460 

Carringer, Marion A.-- 137 

Carroll, James J 236, 467 

Carroll, John VV 120 

Carroll, Joseph W 

n7, 237, 467 

Carroll, Leigh- n6, 236, 467 

*Carroll,Walter237, 336, 467 

Carson, Archibald L-- 299 

Carson, John F 88 

Carson, Oliver H 90 

Carson, Thomas F 294 

Carter, BenjaminP. 371, 438 

Carter, Elvin H 93 

*Carter, John T 209 

Carter, N. P. A 312 

Carter, Randolph 278 

Carter, Ross S 419 

Carter, Samuel P., Jr.-- 173 

Carter, Thomas ---370, 414 

Carter, Thomas T 370 

Carter, Vinson V 67 

Carter, William D 295 

Cartwright, Matthew-- 223 

*Carty, Homer E 72 

Caruth, George W 96 

Carver, James W.--87, 458 

Gary, Elmer E.-42, 469, 475 

Gary, John W 439 

Gary, William P 408 

Case, Charles W 468 

Case, Clarence D 92 

Case, Floyd R 422 

Case, Willis W 321 

Cashman, Frank P.- - 56 

Cason, James A 210 

Cason, John T 210 

Cassedy, George 386 

*Cassidy, James Burt — 53 



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PAGE 

Castleman, Josiah H... 
76, 93 

Castleman, Justus C-- 
76, 93 

Catchings, Charles E.- 55 
Cater, Roy 360 

Cates, Roscoe W 359 

Caton, Charles H. -143, 462 

Catton, Edgar B 469 

Causey, William I 51 

Cauter, Harry M 415 

Cave, William E 202 

Cecil, Daniel H. 164 

Cecil, James G 118, 267 

Chadwick, Clarence B. 353 
Chadwick, Llewellyn.- 92 
Chalmers, Frank H. 208 

♦Chalmers, John 209 

*Chalmers, John T 211 

Chamberlin, Albert M. 

149, 462 

Chamberlin, Charles C. 294 
Chamberlin, Willis A.. 179 

Chambers, Alex 249 

Chambers, Fyffe 300 

Chambers, Thomas G. 

89, 93 

Chancelor, Samuel A.. 211 
Chancellor, Albert B.-- 210 

Chandler, GreneC 54 

Chandler, Leo 216 

Chaplin, Louis B 453 

Chapman, Frank W.-- 430 

Chapman, Paul H 328 

Chapman, William A.- 310 

Chappell, Frank W 416 

Charles, Lewis N 245 

Charles, William H..-- 89 
Charlton, Frederick R. 198 
Chatfield, Henry W... 406 
Chase, Clement C. 330 

*Chase, David A 134 

Chase, Frank E 152 

Chase, Henry M., Jr 429 

Chase, James A 44 

Chase, March F 353 

Chase, William M 426 

Chatten, Melville C 293 

Cheek, Spurgeon 268 

Cheever, William W.- 430 
Chenault, Charles A.-- 449 
Chenoweth, Samuel A. 71 

Chesney, John A 226 

Chestnut, John H.W.,Jr. 

412 

Chid law, Benjamin W. 280 

Childe, John B 178, 275 

Childers, William B... 163 

*Childs, George W 156 

Childs, Samuel C 268 

*Chiles, George P 106 



PAGE 

Chilton, Leo W. 393 

Chinn, Alexander J 200 

Chinn, William 202 

Chisholm, Wilson B.-- 158 

Christ, Leander M 85 

Christian, Henry A 238 

Christian, William A.- 414 

Christy, Charles B 401 

Christy, George D 400 

Christy, Lloyd B. 400 

Churan, Charles A 325 

Church, Arthur B 390 

Church, Frederic E 438 

Church, Frederick H.- 92 

Church, George E., Jr.- 391 

Church, Roy 344 

Chute, Arthur L 325 

*Chute, Richard H., Jr.- 391 

Cilley, Joseph 430 

Cilley, Laburton G 430 

Cisna, William R 97 

Claiborne, John H., Jr.- 116 

Clapp, Charles L 188 

Clapp, Theophilus E. - 131 

Clapham, William E.-- 74 

Clardy, John W. R 341 

Clark, Charles H 43 

Clark, Charles P 76 

Clark, Don L 330 

*Clark, Eugene L 

53, 116, 273 

Clark, Francis M 396 

Clark, Frank N 188 

Clark, Frank P 244 

Clark, Harry G 359 

Clark, Howard S 392 

Clark, James F loi 

Clark, James H. 

236, 273, 468 

Clark, Jesse R 39 

Clark, John, Jr.- 52, 236, 467 

Clark, John B 246 

Clark, John W. 229 

Clark, Luther W 222 

Clark, Paul F 330 

Clark, ReedP 143 

Clark, Samuel 216 

*Clark, Samuel H. 32 

Clark, Solomon H 452 

Clark, Thomas J 69 

Clark, Walter 273, 336 

♦Clarke, Charles P 113 

Clarke, Courtlandt C._ 252 
Clarke, Edwin Hard- 
ing 387 

Clarke, Fred R 199 

Clarke, Harrison, Jr.-- 439 

Clarke, Henry P 150 

Clarke, John W 170 

Clarke, Jose{5h T 140 

Clarke, Mortimer 141 



PAGE 

Clarke, William C 298 

Clarkson, Robert B 351 

Clary, Robert H 315 

*Clason, Marshall B 36 

Clawson, Douglas M.-- 387 

*Clay, Henry 162 

Clay, J. Leon 217 

Clay, Matthew, Jr. - 164, 216 
Clayton, Benjamin F... 53 

Clavton, Samuel D. 43 

Clayton, Willard W.-- 89 
Clayton, William D.-- 97 

Cleaver, Kimber 100 

Cleland, John I 265 

Clement, Louis H. 124 

♦Clemmer, John W 307 

Clendenin, John C 412 

Clendenin, John W 171 

Cleveland, Grover 7 

♦Cleveland, John S 2og 

Cleveland, Lander 209 

Cleveland, Mark A 452 

Cleveland, Paul W 191 

Cleveland, Walter G.-- 273 

Cleveland, Willis P 324 

Clifford, Fremont 245 

Clifford, Wilbur R 360 

Clifton, R.D 98 

Clifton, Wiley H 223 

Climer, Frank W 356 

♦Cline, George W 40 

Clizbe, John A. 41 

Clopton, Atwell J 362 

Clopton, William H .-- 113 
Cloyd, David M 208 

♦Clyde, George W 156 

Coad, James Earl 321 

Coan, Frederick G. 228 

♦Coan, Henry ELzra F..- 228 

♦Coates, Samuel 157 

Coats, Albert J 333 

Cobb, Orlando H. 6g 

♦Cobb, Thomas R. 70 

Cobb, William H 306 

Coblentz, Harry E 74 

Coburn, Frederick W.- 314 

Coburn, Henry 463 

Coburn, Henry C, Jr.-. 143 

Cochran, Charles 102 

Cochran, Heywood 310 

Cochran, Harlan A 428 

Cochrane, Frank L 406 

♦Cocke, Alonzo R.--164, 463 

Cockran, Don 92, 459 

Coe, Oliver P. 44 

Coen, Charles 341 

Coey, Robert H. 294 

Coffey, Charles C 50 

Coffey, George W 68 

Coffey, Jasper H. 66 

Coffin, Benjamin F 390 



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Coffin, Franclyn N, — 41 

*Coffin, George Y. 141 

*Coff roth, John R 88 

Coffroth, William R,-- 90 
Cogswell, Charles P., 

Jr 312 

Colby, Alfred M 465 

Colby, Francis G 180 

Colby, Henry R 181 

Cole, Charles S 316 

Cole, Fred H 93 

Cole, Robert D.,Jr 220 

Coleman, Frank 162 

Coleman, George E. -_ 380 
Coleman, Lewis M. — 116 
Coleman, Melvin E 452 

*Coleman, Robert B 115 

Coleman, Samuel R.-- 49 
Coleman, Simeon W.__ 382 
Coleman, William 

Head 158 

Colfelt, Lawrence M.-- 62 
CoUette, Harry S 179 

*Colley, Benjamin F 216 

Collier, Henry H 220 

Collier, Hiram W 88 

Collier, Lester D 302 

Collier, Samuel J 57 

Collier, William R 315 

Collings, Harry 39 

Collins, Aurelius W. -- 179 

Collins, Charles E 340 

Collins, Edgar G 93 

Collins, Frederick W.- 331 

*Collins, Jacob G 234 

Collins, John W 217 

Collins, Lorin C, Jr 184 

Collins, Lorin C.,3d--- 191 

Collins, Robert L 204 

Collins, Samuel H 90 

Collins, Stephen S 450 

*Collins, William E 341 

CoUis, Charles 440 

Colton, Orin B 157 

Colver, Michael 122 

Colville, Frank P 302 

Colwell. John B. 342 

*Colyar, Wallace E 162 

Combe, Frederick J. _- 370 

Combes, Frank 277 

Combs, Horace L — 89, 273 
Comer, Percy R 103 

*Comly, Charles F 100 

Compton, Charles R.-- 229 

Compton, Ellas 227 

Compton, G. K 314 

Compton, Houston N. . 209 
Comstock, Harold O.- 279 

Condell, John S 185 

Condo, Joseph C 89 

Cone, J. Henry 229 



PAGE 

Cone, Roy Spencer 344 

Cone, Thomas D. 272 

Cone, William R 343 

Conella, Thomas L.163, 463 
*Conklin, Bertrand D.-. 

274, 469 

Conklin, William H. P. 

405, 438 

Conklin, William J 38 

Conly, Henry 143 

Conlyn, Edward S. 99 

Conn, Charles F 426 

Connable, Ralph, Jr. -_ 375 
Connable, Walter M.- 

375, 390 

Connell, Ezra H 257 

Connell, Theodore E. - 258 

Connell, William P 414 

Connor, Robert 198 

Conrad, William D.--. 168 
Conrey, Nathaniel Par- 

rish 88, 274 

Conway, Earle E 180 

Cook, Edward A 353 

Cook, Edward J 336 

Cook, J. D. 217 

Cook, James V 292 

Cook, William L 407 

Cooke, Frank L 385 

Cooke, Jean V 446 

Cooke, Richard D 120 

Coombs, Frank L, 142 

Coon, George C 176 

Coon, Edwin Neal 138 

Coons, Henry N 286 

Cooper, Carl H 279 

Cooper, Cassius B 195 

Cooper, Charles B 152 

Cooper, Charles D 174 

Cooper, Charles F 91 

Cooper, Daniel W 32 

Cooper, Edgar C 293 

*Cooper, George W. — 69 

Cooper, Henry A 185 

Cooper, James L.--I16, 210 

Cooper, Kent A 77 

Cooper, Paul H. 293 

Cooper, Ronaldo M. .- 277 

Cooper, William H 44 

Cooper, William J 445 

Coover, Frank E 102 

Cope, James P. 69 

Coppes, Marvin 250 

Coppock, Charles T,-- 299 

Corbin, Charles H 385 

Corbin, Charles W 384 

Coria, Leon 393 

Corlett, Marvin 415 

Corley, Homer S 341 

Corn, Charles T 267 

Cornelison, Thomas N, 267 



PAGE 

Cornelius, Samuel A.-- 228 

Cornman, John 97, 459 

Cornish, Ross C 352 

Cornwall, Bruce 381 

Corr, Edwin 72 

Cortright, William A- 171 
Corwin, Benjamin F... 88 
Corwin, George Web- 
ster 88 

Corwin, George Whip- 
ple 176 

Cory, Charles M. --287, 390 

*Cory, Empson 287 

Cosgrove, Cornelius B. 332 

Cosier, Harry A 43 

Cotner, James A 278 

Cotting, Edgar L 327 

Cotton, Edgar B 150 

Cottrell, Joseph F. 387 

Couch, Benjamin W... 428 

Couch, John W 223 

Court, Alva B 365 

*Cover, Paul H 461 

Covode, John A 171 

Cowan, John F 401, 419 

Cowan, Oliver B 57 

Cowan, Robert C 457 

Cowden, William F 130 

Cowell, William H 211 

Cowen, Herbert H 277 

Cowley, St. Clare J 360 

Cox, Boaz B 446 

Cox, James G 112 

Cox, Leonard G 276 

Cox, Nathaniel E 458 

*Cox, John R. S 84 

Coyner, John V 146, 462 

Cozzens, Frederick B.. 189 

Craft, Ernest J 319 

Craft, Hugh 265 

Craig, Emmet E.--I07, 460 

*Craig, John M 266 

Craig, Oscar J - 88 

Craig, William E 456 

Craig, William H 195 

Craig, William N 266 

Craige, James R 397 

Craighead, Charles A.. 172 

Craighead, Jesse V 171 

Craighead, Robert G.- 172 

*Craighill, William P... 165 
Cramblett, Samuel M. 

176, 464 

Cramer, Guy 288, 469 

Crane, Edward 365 

*Crane, George O 277 

Crane, Harvey E 248 

Crane, Holden I 303 

*Crane, Robert B 278 

Crary, Charles J 407 

Cravens, Aaron A 68 



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PAGE 

Cravens, Benjamin H. 69 

Crawford, Andrew 113 

Crawford, Baron D 70 

Crawford, Charles C.-- 372 
Crawford, George C- 44 
Crawford, Harry J. -43, 455 
Crawford, John J 156 

*Crawford, John N 202 

Crawford, Lewis B 372 

Crawford, Robert W., 

Jr 464 

Crawford, Samuel G..- 410 

Crawford, Thomas 292 

Crawford, Thomas T.. 45 
Creaghead, Thomas J.- 299 
Creasey, Charles R 211 

*Creel, John T. M 267 

Creighton, Wilbur F.-- 416 
Crendisopulo, Leonidas 141 
Crenshaw, Charles R. 

L 280, 449 

Crenshaw, Spottswood 

D 114 

Crenshaw, -William T. 

164, 216 

Cressey, Kendall B.-- 180 
Cresswell, Matthew, Jr. 256 

♦Creveling, Augustus.. 171 

Crew, Fleming H. 321 

Crisler, Carlton G 302 

Crisman, Thomas A.-- 287 
Crisman, William O... 57 

Criswell, James C. 42 

Critchett, John F 374 

Crittenberger, Dale 

Jackson 71 

Crittenberger, Dale 

John 'J'] 

Croissant, DeWitt C. - 143 

*Crommelin, Henry 162 

Cromwell, Charles H.- 311 

Cromwell, M.J 313 

Cronkhite, P rank E.-- 328 

♦Crook, James L. 96 

♦Crosby, Joseph W 196 

Cross, Charles W 291 

Cross, Frank B 300 

Cross, John G. 465 

Cross, Thomas H 112 

Crossette, George D.-. 393 

♦Crotzer, W. Herbert -- 132 

Crouch, Noah A 341 

Crowell, Arthur H 357 

Crowell, Charles A. 319 

Crowley, Claude C 448 

Crowley, George W. -. 448 

Crozier, David E 188 

Crozier, Edward G. 248 

Crozier, Frank ig8, 278 

Crutchfield, Charles M. 166 
Crute, William J. 342 



PAGE 

Cryderman, Charles A. 353 

Cryer, George A 416 

CuUison, Robert M 86 

Culbertson, Carey 189 

CuUen, George A 332 

Cullom, George 247 

Cullom, George C. 463 

Culver, Albert H 362 

Gumming, John B. G.-- 284 

Cummings, Alvah C... 428 

Cummings, Frederic R. 429 

Cummings, George W. 69 

Cummins, Harle O. 315 

*Cummins, Holmes no 

Cummins, Thomas 203 

Cumnock, Wallace W. 191 

Cunkle, Austin C : 356 

Cunningham, Alexan- 
der 118 

Cunningham, Fred 93 

Cunningham, Herbert J. 325 

Cunningham, John W.- 36 
Cunningham, Newton 

C. 449 

Cunningham, O. S 61 

Cunningham, Richard 

H 117 

Cunningham, Shirley B. 431 

Curley, William E 99 

Curran, Robert G.-401, 471 

Currie, Neil A 396 

Currier, Albert D. 187, 311 

Currier, Charles N 429 

Curry, Edwin P. 268 

XZurry, Nathaniel L. -_ 264 

*Curry, Samuel L. 264 

Curry, William W 86 

Curtice, John F 38 

Curtin, Harry B. 179 

Curtin, John A. 312 

Curtis, Alfred A 156 

Curtis, Alfred H 324 

Curtis, Alphonso D 40 

Curtis, George R 41 

Curtis. J. Frank D 159 

Curtis, John D. 405 

Curtiss, William H 90 

Gushing, Henry D 431 

♦Custer, Paul W. 306 

♦Custis, John W. 131, 140 

♦Cuthbert, James H. — 142 

Cuthbert, Lucius M 142 

Cuthbert, William H.-_ 114 

Cutler, William W. _-. 313 

Cutright, William B. .- 444 

Cutts, Jeffrey O 147, 462 

Cuzner, Guy Luke 419 

Cyphers, Millard F 257 

Dafoe, Lemuel G 274 

Daggett, Henry A 419 



PAGE 

Daggy, Albert A. 91 

Daken, William C 320 

Dakin, Charles S 126 

Dale, David 127, 259 

Dale, Frederick A. 258, 410 

Dale, John F 186 

Daly, Edward H. 438 

Daly, John C 316 

Dalzefl, James M 80 

Daizell, William C, Jr. 407 

Dame, Charles F 286 

Damuth, Warren K. -- 126 

Danely, Alfred 295 

Danford, Monford E.-- 45 

Danford, Roscoe C 342 

Danforth, Asa H 276 

♦Danforth, Charles R.- 253 

Danforth, Henry T 280 

Danforth, Robert S 279 

Daniel, Gary A 343 

♦Daniel, John T 81 

Daniel, R. E. Lee 53 

Daniel, Thomas L 392 

Danne, William S. 238 

Dantzler, Gabriel B. ._ 414 
Darlington, Robert M. 138 

Darnall, Charles F 88 

Darnall, James C 153 

Darnall, Milton D 147 

Dart, Alfred R 378 

Darwin, Charles A 378 

Datesman, John R. — 138 

Daugherty, Karl S. 93 

David, James M 411 

David, Otis W 216 

Davidge, John M 405 

Davidson, Edward C 246 
Davidson, George L.-- 223 

Davidson, Percy E 418 

Davidson, Robert J 242 

Davidson, Roy N 294 

Davies, George 386 

Davis, Albert S. 42 

Davis, Benajah T. 446 

♦Davis, Benjamin 86 

Davis, Charles C. 40 

Davis, Charles H 180 

Davis, Charles W. 320 

Davis, Charles Q 318 

Davis, Cyrus E 

71, 273, 468 

Davis, Edward W 76 

Davis, Edwin W 358 

Davis, Flavins E., Jr,- 

117, 119 

Davis, Frank 74 

♦Davis, Frank S 134 

Davis, FrederickP.-9i, 459 

♦Davis, George R 38 

Davis, George W. 80 

Davis, Harry S 239 



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Davis, Henry C 142 

Davis, Henry H 287 

Davis, Henry S. 411 

Davis, HughL 113 

Davis, Isaac K 39 

Davis, John C 446 

Davis, John S 124 

Davis, Lewis S 73 

Davis, Medus Monroe. 136 

Davis, Nathan S 186 

Davis, Reginald S 143 

*Davis, Roper 115 

Davis, Willard C 378 

Davis, William H 87 

Davis, William J 272 

*Davis, William W 162 

Davison, Thomas E.-- go 
Dawkins, Robert B 209 

*Dawson, Charles M 123 

Dawson, Ronald 248 

Day, Frederick L 295 

Day, George W 428 

♦Day, Phillmer 72 

De Albuquerque, Fer- 
nando 171 

De Armond, Albert E. 180 
De Armond, Charles F. 181 

*De Bruler, Clandor G.- 86 
DeFrees, Thomas M, 

124, 172 

DeGoUey, Lloyd P 321 

DeGraff, Lawrence — 452 
DeGroff, Raymond v.- 187 

*De Jarnette, Elliott--. 113 
De Jarnette, John B... 33 
De Jarnette, John H... 113 

DeLamarter, Eric 378 

Del Castillo, J. M 156 

De Long, William F.. 267 

*DePauw, Washington 
C 69 

*De Reamer, George M. 248 

DeSilver, Joseph F 258 

De Witt, Burton 44 

DeWitt, Charles 92 

De Witt, William H.-- 302 

DeVol, William J 75 

■de Zeng, Henry L 422 

Dean, Arthur W. 180 

Dean, George E 376 

Dean, Guy D. 457 

Dean, Maurice B 440 

Dean, RayE 378 

Dean, Sanford J 362 

Dean, Thomas E 181 

Dean, Thomas R 434 

Deane, John F 382 

Dearborn, Stanley A.. 430 

Deatrick, Parvin E 127 

Decker, William H 103 

Dedrick, Walter R 277 



PAGE 

Deering, James E 187 

Dees, Mark A., Jr 55 

Defrees, Morris M 156 

*Deininger, Luther T... 123 

*Delavan, Edward C. .. 346 

Delbridge, Charles F. . 279 

Delmaree, William H.. 194 

Deloney, Edward J 53 

Demorest, William L.- 186 

Denby, Charles, Jr 253 

Denham, George R 303 

Dennett, Herbert C. .. 430 

Denney, David C. 98 

Denney, George W 98 

Dennis, John M. 168 

Dennis, William J 106 

Dennison, Charles H. . 391 

Dennison, Guy S. 34 

Dennison, Harry W 75 

De Noronha, J. H 158 

Denny, Austin F. 87 

Denny, Caleb S. 86 

Denny, Frank L. 149 

Denny, George H.-I19, 205 

Denny, Samuel D. 208 

Denny, Walter M. 208 

Denton, John 146 

Derbyshire, Charles E. 445 
Dering, Charles M.328, 354 
De Woody, Charles — 136 

Dexter, Edward M 351 

Dibert, Frank G 174 

Dibert, Louis D. 386 

Dickerman, Clark P.-- 138 
Dickerson, Robert C... 365 
Dickerson, Woody W.. 238 

*Dickey, Cyrus E. 32 

Dickey, Frank R 405 

Dickey, Marsh A 378 

Dickey, Thomas A. — 163 
Dickinson, Frederick 

E 71 

Dickinson, John T. 115, 236 
Dickinson, Oliver B. .. 134 
Dickson, Emmet M. .. 202 

Dickson, John B 190 

Dickson, Thomas A. .. 272 

Diebert, John T. 124 

Diefenbach, Frederick, 

Jr 415 

Diehl, Ambrose N 411 

Diehl, Charles W 37 

Diehl, Ernest G 302 

Diehl, George P... 300, 405 

Diether, Carl F. 250 

Dietrick, James H 133 

Dietrick, Walton J 174 

Diffenbaugh, Harry J.- 290 

Dill, Johns 216 

Dill, William 246 

Dill, William Y 217 



PAGE 

Dillard, John L 113 

Dillard, Hughes, Jr 208 

Dillard, Stonewall J, ._ 53 

Diller, Henry £ 411 

Diller, Roland 412 

Dillon, Arthur 312 

Dillon, Samuel P 194 

*Dills, James H. 32 

Dilworth, Dwight P. -. 358 

Dimm, Wayne T, 412 

Dimmick, Paul M 281 

Dimmitt, George Z, 

_ 265, 275 

Dinkins, William L 50 

Dinsmore, Andrew A. . 60 

Distler, John C. F 387 

Diven, Samuel L... 99, 256 
Dixon, Charles H. 179 

*Dixon, Harry S. 112 

Dixon, Hewitt S 293 

*Dixon, James C 371, 406 

Dixon, John W 331 

Dixon, Lincoln 71 

Dixcn, Taylor B 143 

Dixon, Webster 69 

Dixon, William A. 371 

Doak, Algernon S. ' 202 

Doan, Fletcher M 38 

Dobbins, Wilbur M. -. 98 

*Dobson, David M 85 

Dockum, Harry A 359 

Dodds, Albert M 34 

Dodds, George S 234 

Dodge, Albert A, 391 

Dodge, Warren M 390 

Dodge, William F 227 

Dodson, Harry I. 463 

Doe, Dudley H 276 

Doggett, William L. _- 

116, 236 

Dolby, Orrin S. 346 

Domer, Simon P. 72 

Domigan, Edwin L. 43, 455 
Donahey, Joseph H. .. 445 

Doneghy, Paul 269 

Donnan, Ingham W 62 

Donnelson, Dexter P. _ 186 
Donovan, William M. _ 100 
Dooley, Raymond D. . 341 

Dooley, Samuel C. 340 

Doolittle, John E. D.-. 360 
Dorman, James H., Jr.. 267 

*Dorner, Bernhardt H._ 246 

Dorrance, John 256 

Dorris, John D. 172 

Dorsey, George A 179 

Dorsey, Richard E. — 290 
Dorsey, Robert L.-I49, 286 
Dorworth, William R.J. 412 

Doty, Alfred S, 45 

Doty, L. Banks 171 



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PAGE 

Doty, Oliver P 45, 321 

Doubrava, Harry W,._ 332 
Douglas, Elliot W. .-. 61 

Douglas, George B 376 

Douglas, Harry H. 228, 275 

♦Douglass, Archibald -- 165 
Douglass, Clarence W. 227 

Doup, William W 424 

Dowd, Glenvilie A 325 

Dowling, William E,.- 435 
Downer, Sylvester S.-- 177 

Downes, Flavius F 164 

Downing, Charles S 244 

Downs, James T. 50 

Downs, Lawrence A.-- 247 

♦Dowsett, Edward 318 

Drake, Chester T 185 

Drake, Robert M 418 

Draper, Charles L 185 

Draper, William C 67 

Drayer, Lewis P. 198 

Drees, Ernest K. gi 

Dresser, Jasper M 246 

Drew, Roy I. 34 

Drewry, Patrick H 

119, 239 

Drewry, William F 236 

♦Driver, William T 48 

Druley, Richard S 84 

Drummond, Norvel R. 56 
Dryden, Ernest H.- 164, 463 

DuBard, David B 2og 

Dubard, William V 57 

du Pont, Alfred I 310 

du Pont, Maurice 311 

du Pont, Thomas C.-- 310 

Du Pont, Victor, Jr 158 

Dudley, George W 327 

Dudley, Joseph G 325 

Dudley, Walter B 328 

Dudley, William L 298 

Duff, Edwin A 332 

Duff, William G 61 

Dufour, Albert J 165 

Dufour, Horace L 163 

Dufour, Joseph M 67 

Dugan, Charles A 73 

Duggan, Francis J. 430 

Dugger, Robert B 249 

Duguid, Joseph W 396 

Duke, William S 362 

Dulaney, Harry K 239 

Dumas, James P.- -212, 441 

Dunbar, Charles G 416 

Dunbar, Clement E 415 

Dunbar, James E 416 

Duncan, Charles H 404 

Duncan, Clay W 74 

Duncan, Elbridge E... 312 

Duncan, Frank C. 74 

Duncan, Henry C 68 



PAGE 

Duncan, John F 133 

Duncan, Robert S 72 

Duncan, William M., 

Jr 415 

Duncan, William Mal- 
colm 174 

Dungan, Harry M 448 

Dunkle, Herbert E 410 

*Dunlap, HenryC 107 

Dunlap, Ivan C. 344 

*Dunlap, Jude E 272 

Dunlap, Morey M 72 

Dunlap, Robert F 205 

Dunn, James 117 

Dunn, John 117 

Dunn, John W 393 

Dunn, Joseph B., Jr 118 

Dunn, Oscar B 40 

Dunning, E. Clarence. 376 

Dunton, Carey W. 346 

Dupuis, Newton 307 

Durand, Loyal 351 

*Durand, Samuel B 351 

Durdin, Augustus C. -- 222 

Durham, George T 286 

*Durr, Thomas C 49 

Durst, James W 209 

Durstine, Lee B 226 

Dutton, Frank C. 382 

Dutton, Henry S.--313, 381 

Dutton, William C. 427 

Duque, L. J 157 

Duvall, Andrew B 140 

Duvall, James W 141 

Dwight, William B 315 

Dyas, Richard S. 342 

*Dye, Joseph G. 176 

Dye, Marion L. 54, 114 

Dyer, Horace L 278 

Dymond, John, Jr. 370 

Eager, John H 234 

Eagle, Monic S 212 

Earhart, W. Martin --- 248 

Earl, Colfax E 89, 245 

Earl, Lucian 222 

Earle, Charles T. C 142 

Earle, Harvey B. 371 

Early, Albert D 186 

Early, Frank A 186 

Early, James N 208 

Earthman, Vernor K.- 414 

Eastman, James C 318 

Eastman, Joseph S 194 

Eastman, R. Joseph 287 

*Easton, Abner J 274 

Easton, Evan S 364 

Eaton, James C 391 

Eaton, Melville 306 

Eaton, William G 300 

Eaton, William L 191 



PAGE 

Eavy, L. H 150 

Eby, Charles M 410 

Eckart, Charles F 381 

*Eckart, Robert P 325 

Eckhardt, Victor C 365 

Eddy, Everett H 330 

Eddy, Hamlin C 

188, 330, 340 

Ede, Stuart S. Moore.- 250 

Edelen, Thomas L. 264 

Edgar, Linden E 386 

Edgar, Roberto R 188 

Edgerton, Adolphus H. 397 
Edmonds, Edward C. . 202 
Edmonds, George L... 143 

Edmonds, Harry E 387 

*Edmonson, James N... 276 
*Edmiston, George B,.. 

165, 368 

Edmunds, Algernon C. 117 
*Edson, C. Bloomfield.- 198 

Edson, Hubert 197 

Edwards, Evan A 

238, 415, 467 

*Edwards, James L 208 

Edwards, Jesse H 142 

Edwards, John H 73 

Edwards, Joseph H 429 

Edwards, Peyton F 113 

Edwards, Reuben W,. 

274, 469 

Edwards, Roger S 138 

Edwards, Wilbur J 418 

Edwards, William B... 430 
Edwards, William C, 

Jr 360 

Edwards, William H.. 68 

Edy, JohnN 450 

Ef^inger, John N 149 

Egan, John E 33 

Ehle, Archibald H 315 

Eichberg, David 290 

Eichelberger, George 

M 37 

Eichelburger, Douglas 

G 210 

Eigenmann, Carl H 72 

Eisenmeyer, Andrew J. 290 

Elder, Charles A 292 

Eldridge, Arthur D 178 

Eldridge, Charles H... 245 

Eldridge, Eli H 135 

Eldridge, William K.-- 244 

Eliel, Albert L 

274, 290, 469 

Elkins, John P 274 

Elliott, Edwin R..-187, 274 

Elliott, Frank N 186 

Elliott, Henry C 42 

Elliott, Thomas E., Jr. 365 
Elliott, William F..148, 273 



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PAGE 

Ellis, George H. 291 

*ElHs, John Byron 176 

Ellis, Olinthus 364 

Ellis, Oscar C 42 

Ellis, Willis S _-— 73 

Ellsworth, Benjamin F, 405 
Ellsworth, William F.- 351 
Ellyson, James T.-I13, 140 

Elmer, Charles W 316 

Elmore, Ettinge 184 

Embree, Alaric S 85 

Emerson, C. Alvin, Jr.- 328 
Emerson, H. Truxton. 302 
Emerson, Nathaniel — 301 
Emerson, William C.-- 300 

Emley, Eugene 134 

Enderton, Charles H.- 8g 

Engeman, John T 258 

English, John T 464 

English, Thomas R., Jr. 206 

Enright, Edmund 327 

Enochs, Eugene S 57 

Enochs, Fletcher B 55 

Enochs, Thomas E 55 

*Enochs, William E 54 

Enslow. Frank J 445 

Ensminger, Joseph S.- 98 

Epps, John H 284 

Erb, Fred A 392 

Erdman, Howard B 127 

Erdman, William 228 

Ericson, Frank M 288 

Ervin, Charles W. 453 

Erwin, Samford 269 

Eslow, Seymour C 375 

Etnyre, Charles D. 187, 274 

Etnyre, Edward D 187 

Etten, William J 247 

♦Eustace, John V 272 

Eustis, Leeds 372 

Evans, Alexander W.- 56 
Evans, Andrew F.-I17, 265 

Evans, Arthur F 325 

Evans, Arthur W 135 

Evans, Charles 37 

Evans, Frank L 470 

Evans, George B 194 

Evans, James A 358 

Evans, Joseph D 315 

Evans, Marion G.--55, 457 
Evans, Morton H 228 

*Evans, Robert D 133 

Evans, Robert M 249 

Evans, Thomas Airey- 56 

Evans, Walter H 287 

Evans, William G 186 

Evans, William L 319 

Everett, Clarence V.-- 462 

Everett, Frank N 143 

Ewart, Lewis R 332, 470 

*Ewing, Edgar F 252 



PAGE 

Ewing, Fred R 76 

Ewing, George C 268 

*Ewing, Harry W 76, 458 

*Ewing, Henry 112 

Ewing, John W 69 

Ewing, Josiah W 162 

Ewing, Robert 162 

Ewing, Thomas, Jr 228 

Ewing, William C 226 

Eyer, Aaron W 132 

Eyer, Clarendon B 276 

Eynon, David L. 412 

*Eyster, George L 123 

Fackler, Calvin M 266 

*Fackler, Daniel T. 163 

Fahnestock, Halleck 

P 125 

Fahnestock, Henry J., 

Jr. 125 

Fahnestock, John 124 

Fairbank, Harvey C.-- 408 

Fairfield, Edmund B, - 66 

Fairfield, John M 331 

Falconer, Jacob A 326 

Falkner, Fred 174 

Falkner, Henry S. 423 

Farish, Robert D 113 

*Farish, William S 113 

Farley, Albert A. 326 

Farley, Edward J. 438 

Farnham, Robert-- 140, 462 
Farnham, Robert, Jr,-_ 

146, 386 

Farnham, W. Lowry.- 143 

Farr, Herbert C 324 

*Farrar, Arnold F 70 

*Farrington, John M. -- 49 

Faris, S. Reed 434 

Farwell, Ralph S 314 

Fast, Richard E 444 

Faust, Ambrose J. 96 

Faust, Charles L. 360 

Faville, Theodore R.-- 328 

Fay, Charles S 178 

Faymonville, LeRoy B. 316 

Feagin, Benjamin E.-- 284 

Fechet, James E. 332 

Feeman, William E 

177, 226 

Feibel, Louis A. 321 

Feithans, Frederick R. 360 

*Felch, Alpheus 272 

♦Fellows, William C.-.. 88 

Felton, Albert J 76 

♦Fendall, Reginald- 140, 462 
Fenner, Erasmus D. .- 

117, 370 

Fenton, George W. — 327 

Fenton, Harry A 33 

Ferguson, Adam E 280 



PAGE 

Ferguson, Donald N. - 354 

Ferguson, Finley F 

205, 314 

Ferguson, Hugh M 407 

Ferguson, James A. — 242 
Fergusen, James C. H. 381 
Ferguson, James W. -- 396 

Ferguson, John B. 407 

Ferguson, John D. 197 

Ferguson, Robert G 61 

♦Ferguson, Wilbur B.-- 91 
Fernald, Benjamin G- 248 

Fernald, William J 287 

Ferris, Charles H. 328 

Ferris, Charles S 89 

Ferris, Elmer E 178 

Ferris, J. Howard 177 

Ferris, Walter L. 328 

Fertig, Walter R. 147 

♦Fetterolf, Clement G. - 411 

Feuille, Frank L. 362 

Fible, William M 265 

Fickes, Walter M. 321 

Field, Edward L -124, 461 

Field, Kirke H. 273 

Field, Richard L loi 

Field, Thomas R. -loi, 459 

Fife, John O 70 

Fillebrown, Andrew R. 173 

Fillebrown, John P 172 

Finch, Charles A. 342 

Finch, Clarence A. 342 

Finch, Henry A 51, 223 

Finlayson, George A. E. 392 

Finley, Leighton 252 

Finley, Walter H 411 

Finley, Walter L 256 

Finnegan, William E.- 353 

Finney, Frank 313 

Firestone, Jason W 40 

Fisher, Benjamin T. -- 86 

Fisher, Charles A. 88 

Fisher, George F 93, 459 

Fisher, Herbert F.-- 56, 457 

Fisher, Howard 196 

Fisher, Robert 94 

Fisher, Roderick P 346 

Fisher, Samuel 84 

Fisher, Samuel A. --89, 458 

Fisher, Thomas 174 

Fisher, Walter L.-- 196, 465 

Fiske, Clarence A. 375 

Fite, Leonard B 223 

Fitzgerald, James H.-- 220 

Fitzgerald, John 332 

Fitz-Gerald, Maurice-- 278 
Fitzgerald. William P. 333 
Fitzhugh, Norman S.-- 167 

♦Fitzwilliam, Francis J.- 37 

Flack, Jacob D 336 

Flanagan, John W 382 



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PAGE 

Flaninghani, Abraham 
L. 286 

Flannery, John L., Jr.-- 

249, 407, 423 

Flavell, Thomas 258 

*Fleck, William Durst - 125 

*Fleming, Clarence B.-- 41 
Fleming, Harry L.-344, 419 

*Fleming, Joseph H. — 61 

Fleming, Samuel \V 171 

Flenner, Granville M.- 38 

Fletcher, Albert 238 

Fletcher, Francis A. .. 306 

Fletcher, Frank A 158 

Fletcher, Horace H. -- 148 
Fletcher, Howard, Jr. - 238 

Fletcher, Hugh 239 

Fletcher.William B.,Jr. 151 

Flinn, Charles F. 249 

Flinton, Albert D. 358 

Flittie, Jean A 390 

Florance, J. Esdaile — 256 

Floweree, Victor W 

368, 471 

Flowers, Henry 53 

*Floyd, Henry b. 61 

Foland, Walter A 68 

Foley, Arthur J. 424 

Foller, Charles S 423 

Follmer, Charles E 136 

Follmer, William R. - 134 
Folsom, Charles A. — 429 

Folsom, Ernest B. 380 

Foos, Robert H. 39 

Foos, William F. 40 

Foot, Frederick W. — 391 
Foote, Thomas W. 315 

*Foote, William H. 415 

Forbes, Mason W. 

45, 392, 456 

Forbes, Robert H. 291 

Forbes, Thomas S 203 

Ford, Boiling W. --115, 236 

Ford, Eugene A 54 

Ford, George A. 328 

Ford, George M 444 

Ford, J. Herbert 142 

Ford, James N. 113 

♦Ford, John E. 44 

Ford, Morris M. 191 

Ford, Percy H. 57 

Ford, Rossie Douglas . 57 
Ford, Walter W 247 

♦Forrest, William M 50 

Forsyth, Douglas. - 1 19, 371 

Forsyth, Harry 372 

Forsyth, John W 179 

Forsyth, William 157 

Forsyth, William B. 

119, 371 

Forsythe, Samuel — 90, 458 



Fort, Walter V 164 

Fortiner, John C.--157, 463 

Foss, C. E. 314 

Foster, Carlton H loi 

Foster, Curtis S. 257 

Foster, E. Wendell — 332 

Foster, Franklin P 71 

Foster, Frederick C. -- 287 

Foster, Guy K 449 

Foster, James M 69 

Foster, John 410 

Foster, Nathaniel L 428 

Foster, Otis 71 

Foster, Randolph W.-- 162 

Foster, Wallace D 340 

Foster, William A 428 

Foulks, Charles A 187 

Foulks, Frank D 73 

Foulks, O. D 98 

Fountain, Charles P.-- 216 

Fowler, Cecil G 249 

Fowler, F. K 132 

Fowler, Francisco F... 210 

Fowler, Henry B.-- 131, 158 

Fowler, James 113 

Fowler, James M., Jr.- 250 

Fowler, Theodore V.-- 315 

Fowler, Thomas B. — 450 

Fowler, William H 134 

Fowler, William M 33 

Fowlkes, Samuel P 216 

Fox, Edmund K 126 

Fox, George S 301 

Fox, Thomas 41=; 

Fox, Walters 408 

Fox, William H 313 

*Fox, William R 162 

Foy, David F 396 

Frame, RolloS 321 

Frampton, James V.-- 138 

France, Joseph H 141 

P'ranch6t, Richard 405 

Francis, R. B 277 

Frank, Bertram W 406 

Frank, George S 158 

Frank, Harry A 332, 406 

Frank, Henry 186 

Frankenberger, Hugo. 445 
Frankhauser, Aitken 

R. S 103 

Franklin, Jesse H, 49 

Franklin, Meschack.. 48 

♦Franklin, Samuel R..- 48 

Frayser, George A. W. 119 

Frazee, John P.- 149 

Frazee, Lewis A 150 

Frazer, William J 70 

Frazier, Lewis B 43, 230 

Frear, Abram W 134 

Frear, James E 134 

Freas, Albert O 136 



PAGE 

Freas, Andrew M..135, 461 
Freas, Harry L 137 

Frederick, Thomas N.- 103 

Fredericks, Newton 128 

P'rederickson, George. 292 
Freeman, Charles B... 234 
Freeman, Edward C.-- 172 
Freeman, Edwin R 299 

♦Freeman, George R... 124 
Freeman, Leonard R.. 298 

Freeman, Luther 278 

Freeman, Thomas R.. 238 

French, Albert W 427 

French, Charles R 204 

French, Frederick R.. 428 

French, James V. 204 

French, Junius B 209 

French, Morton B 431 

Frey, Morris F 462 

Frick, Raymond G 412 

♦Friedley, George W..- 70 

Friend, Charles 54 

Friend, Emil 53 

Friend, John W 40 

Friend, Robert 55 

Friggitts, Friley Jones 53 

Frisby, William B 142 

Frost, Edgar A 

228, 311, 469 

Frost, Harry G 34 

Frost, Robert J., Jr 378 

Fry, Speed S., Jr 265 

Frysinger, Frank 98 

Fuller, Frank 142 

Fuller, Henry C 142 

♦Fuller, John T 171 

Fuller, William W. --- 72 

FuUerton, Aylette 230 

Fullerton, George H..- 229 

Fullerton, Hugo W 229 

Fulton, James S 321 

Fulton, Robert 86 

♦Fulton, William 163 

Fulton, William J 242 

Funck, Richard M 393 

Funk, J. Dwight 343 

Funk, La Fayette 36 

Funk, Major W 70 

Funkhouser, James S.- 210 
Furman, Edward 252 

Gaffin, C. Harold 354 

Gage, Herbert E 472 

Gage, Robert B 280 

Gaines, Ambrose P 312 

Gaines, Henry T 55 

Gaines, James 415 

Gale, EH P 295, 453 

Gale, Franklin H.-277, 319 
Gallagher, George A..- 392 
Gallaher, Philip M.--- 158 



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PAGE 

*Gallman, D.F 107 

Galvin, George W 146 

Ganoe, James O 341 

Garber, Guilford 199 

Gardiner, Charles G-- 73 
Gardiner, Edward B.-- 390 
Gardiner, William R.. 73 
Garland, James P., Jr.. 237 
Garlington, Thomas G. 211 

Garner, George R 96 

Garret, Lewis R 400 

*Garrett, George T 223 

Garrett, Howard T 319 

Garrett, John D 33, 455 

*Garrett, John E. 52 

Garrigus, Lewis C 68 

Garrison, James A. 445 

*Garrison, Marcus I 194 

Garth, Frank M 449 

Gasquet, Marshall J... 370 

Gatch, Samuel S. 197 

Gates, Harry M 319 

Gates, Thayer P. 315 

Gault, Leslie H 268 

Gause, Fred T 337 

Gaw, Edward C 408 

Gaylord, Harry G 195 

Gaylord, William S 196 

Gazzolo, A. John 453 

Gazzolo, Camillo 454 

Gazzolo, Frank H. 293 

Gearhart, Harry G 390 

Gearhart, Heber G 412 

Gebhart, John R 248 

Gee, Charles J 55 

Gee, Clinton L 57 

Gee, Merle W 281 

Geggie, James C 371 

Gehr, Daniel O 125 

Gehr, Garnet 126 

Gelder, Tolman T. — 276 

*Gentle, John L 72 

Gentle, Luke M 73 

George, John F 88 

Gerhart, Rolfe 135 

Gerhart, Thomas 343 

*Gerhart. Wilfred 133 

Germer, Otto 312 

Gernerd, Frederick B.- 212 
Gerry, Carroll H.--102, 258 

Gerry, Elbridge H 96 

Gerry, James 97 

Gerry, Martin H., Jr..- 390 

Gers, Harry R. 75 

Gessler.Theodore A. K. 130 
Getzendaner, Henry C. 165 
Ghormley, David O. -- 226 

Gibbon, Clinton D 130 

Gibbons, Edward F.-- 430 

Gibbs, John D 180 

Gibbs, Marquis D 69 



PAGE 

*Gibson, Albert M 122 

*Gibson, Alvarez H.-48, 456 

Gibson, Edward B 56 

Gibson, Frank 249 

Gibson, Frank M 99 

Gibson, Frank Portus- 199 

Gibson, William A 376 

Giddings, James M 133 

Giddings, Nathaniel C. 131 

Gilbert, Amos P 96 

Gilbert, George 435 

Gilbert, John W 435 

Gilbert, Ross K 461 

Gilchrist, Alexander- - 

227, 242 

Gilder, James K 416 

Gill, James Seel 314 

*Gill, William E. _ 54 

Gillen, Austin P 320 

Gillespie, Charles H.-- 126 

Gillet, Morrison M 186 

Gillies, William B 408 

Gilliland, Allen B 229 

Gilliland, Llewellyn G. 230 

Gilman, Albert E 249 

*Gilmer, R. A no 

Gilmer, Thorton M 316 

*Gilmore, Frank M 274 

Gilmore, George 220 

Giltrap, Clarence Q 424 

Ginter, William C 136 

Gipe, John 'j'] 

Givens, James M 266 

Givens, John A 419 

Givhan, John E 234 

*Gladish, Jeremiah W.- 

10, 272, 457 

Gladney, John R 49 

Glassco, Hiram B. 88 

Glasscock, William E. 445 

Glatfelter, William L.. 125 

Glazebrook, Lee E 87 

Glenn, Alexander 49 

Glover, Allen W 218 

Glover, James A 55 

Goddard, Loring H 470 

*Godey, George W 98 

Godfrey, Jesse 174 

Godfrey, Samuel 84 

*Godman, James C 40 

Godman, James H 38 

Godsey, Henry L 266 

*Goldbeck, James N— - 

365, 471 

Goldsmith, Andrew D. 200 

Good, George McC 228 

*Good, Webster W 127 

Goode, Richard U 114 

Goodlander, Chas. W., 

Jr 42 

Goodloe, Clay 268 



PAGE 

Goodloe, Green C. 435 

Goodman, Daniel R.-. 411 
Goodman, Duke W,-_ 114 
Goodman, George W.- 132 

*Goodman, John S 

138, 259, 462 

Goodrich, Albert C 358 

Goodrich, Clinton R..- 472 
Goodrich, Elizur W.-- 275 

Goodson, Joseph A 415 

Goodwin, Fremont 244 

Goodwin, John C 247 

Goodyear, De Mont 376 

Gordon, Harry L 89 

Gordon, Howard M 90 

Gordon, Isaac N 256 

Gordon, J. Holdsworth 

140, 143 

Gorham, Chas. D 123 

*Gorham, George C 142 

Gorman, George H 166 

Gorman, Michael E.-- 444 

Gosh, Christian 125 

Gosling, Benjamin F,- 40 

Goss, Charles C 427 

Goucher, John F 98 

Gould, Victor R 470 

Goulding, George K... 178 

*Gowdey, Thomas C 40 

*Gracey, Robert, Jr.-63, 198 
Graham, Alexander G. 242 
Graham, Alois B 197 

*Graham, Bourbon R.-- 85 
Graham, Herbert A,-- 346 

Graham, Henry B 314 

Graham, Henry Thomp- 
son 199 

Graham, James L. 250 

Graham, John M 162 

Graham, John W.-- 199, 250 
Graham, Marshall P.-- 364 
Graham, Nathan P. 198, 465 

Graham, Thomas 137 

Graham, Thomas J 198 

Graham, Warren C 259 

Gram, Lewis M 280 

Gram, Ralph S 281 

Granberg, Oscar E 454 

Grandy, Charles R Il8 

Granger, George E 279 

Grant, Barton H 431 

Grant, Edward C 319 

Grant, Francis L 277 

Grant, J. Pierce 302 

Grant, Robert Y 137 

Grant, William B 374 

Grantiand, Seaton 222 

Grassie, George F 326 

*Graver, George P 273 

*Graves, Arnold V 396 

Graves, Charles A 162 



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PAGE 

Graves, George T 435 

Graves, James M 435 

Graves, John K 167, 464 

Gray, Albert W 314 

Gray, Bayard S 81 

♦Gray, Charles A 419 

Gray, Charles H 37 

Gray, Edwin D 341 

♦Gray, Isaac P 70 

Gray, James A 102, 410 

Gray, William 370 

Graydon, Joseph S 301 

Grayston, Fred N 151 

Green, Arthur A 359 

Green, Edward M., Jr. 266 

Green, Ernest A 450 

Green, Forney L 53 

Green, Frank C 268 

Green, Frank Whitney 434 

Green, George G 326 

Green, Hardy S 52 

Green, Joseph C 465 

♦Green, Lee W 363 

Green, Paul F 55 

Green, Sidney 268 

Green, Simeon 66 

Green, Stanley K 206 

Green, William K 357 

Green, William Orris-- 69 

Green, Zelora 176 

Greene, Joseph N 92 

Greene, Ralph S 328 

Greene, Robert J 89 

Greene, Samuel H 143 

Greening, Burton O.-- 279 
Greenlee, William B.-- 405 
Greenwood, Charles W. 211 

■ Greenwood, Moses, Jr. 210 
Greenwood, Walter E. 211 

Greer, William A 87 

Greeves, Walter B 316 

♦Gregg, Alexander 48 

Gregory, Bert E 76 

♦Gregory, Clarence O.-- 92 
Gregory, Elijah H 265 

♦Gregory, John T 48 

Gregory, LeRoy P 407 

Gregory, Ralph S 85 

Grier, Henry F 130 

Grier, William L 342 

Griess, Justin 248 

Griffin, Ernest L 428 

Griffin, Malcolm 120 

Griffin, Roy H 294 

Griffis, Hugh 148 

Griffith, Charles 124 

Griffith, Charles B 148 

Griffith, Daniel M 370 

Griffith, George J 294 

Griffith, Harry 248 

Griffith, Harry Wm 151 



PAGE 

Griffith, James W 267 

Griffith, P. Merrill-320, 452 

Griffith, Richard L 212 

Griffith, William H...- 96 

Griffiths, Howard B. ._ 159 

Griggs, Howard 217 

Griggs, John Bradford 

118, 211 

Grigsby, Hugh C 202 

Grimes, Benjamin H 52 

Grimwood, Frederick 

W 381 

Grinnan, Daniel 

115, 203, 466 

Grinnan, Randolph B. 

116, 203, 460 

Grocock, Robert 378 

Groesbeck, J. N. 170 

Groff, George L 132 

Groome, John C.--100, 460 

Gross, Henry S 159 

Grove, Elmer T 103 

♦Grubbs, George E 93 

*Grubbs, Haydon Y 266 

Grundy, Hugh Mc E.- 266 
Guiberson, William R. 402 

Guie, Edwin H 136 

Guie, James A 137 

Gullion, Carroll H 435 

Gulliver, Frederick P.- 311 

Gunn, Charles A. 291 

Gunnell, Harry 423 

Guriey, Boyd F 44 

Gurley, Hewes T. 370 

Gustin, Frank J 332 

Guthridge, Henry T.-- 73 

Guy, James R., Jr 167 

Guyer, Raymond 440 

Gwatkin, \Villiam G.-- 368 

Haas, Edward F. 380 

Haas, Frank 320 

Hackedorn, William E. 40 
Hackenburg, James O. 137 

Haddon, Milton A 91 

Hadley, Augustus A.-- 430 

Hadley, Cassius C 149 

Hadley, Chester T 153 

Hadley, George W 148 

Hadley, Hugh H 92 

Hadley, Nelson B. 347 

Hadley, Walter G. -92, 152 

*Hadley, William R.--- 

150, 462 

Hadra, Frederick 

291, 362, 471 

Haeussler, Raynor B. - 281 

Hagans, Wilbur E. — 98 

Haggard, Fred 249 

Hagle, Anson E 374 

♦Haines, Frederick J. -- 273 



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Hair, Roy N. 357 

Haisler, Raymond-354, 408 

Haldeman, Paul C 412 

Hale, Benjamin T. 172 

Hale, James T. 172 

Hale, Philip T. 217 

Halfpennv, John 135 

Hall, Albert F 151 

Hall, Elmer E. 400 

Hall, P'letcher R...179, 465 

Hall, Francis D. 178 

Hall, Harry R 319 

Hall, Horace C 364 

Hall, James H. B. 223 

Hall, James P 405 

Hall, John T. 107 

Hall, Louis E. 397 

Hall, Louis J 405 

Hall, Robert M. 222 

Hall, Robert McAlpine 

204, 362, 471 

Hall, Robert T 400 

Hall, Walter G 266 

Hall, William N.---87, 458 

Haller, George E 358 

Halliburton, Westley - 449 

Halsey, Elmer E 275 

♦Halsey, Irving 36 

Halstead, Egbert F. _- 449 

Halstead, Samuel R... 448 

Halstead, William L. . 76 

Halstead, William R. . 86 

Hamblen, Cornelius — 378 

Hamilton, Farrar P 167 

Hamilton, Frederick B. 319 

♦Hamilton, Henry B 

210, 287, 356, 466 

♦Hamilton, James 106 

Hamilton, John F. 341 

♦Hamilton, John H. 147 

Hamilton, "John M 212 

Hamilton, John Mar- 
shall 38 

Hamilton, John R 381 

Hamilton, Lloyd L. -- 435 

Hamilton, Samuel K. - 426 

Hamilton, Taber 249 

Hamilton, Tallmadge - 428 

Hamline, John H 185 

Hammel, John D 299 

Hammond, Cassius C- 245 

Hammond, Clifford R. 315 

Hampton, Gus H 166 

Hampton, Millard F.-- 86 

Hamrick, Arthur J.-93, 459 

Hamrick, Charles T 93 

Hancock, David R. — 319 

♦Hancock, FennimoreE. 185 

Hancock, George L. -- 430 

♦Hancock, Hiram 132 

♦Hancock, John S 184 



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PAGE 

Handlan, Joseph H 390 

Handy, Henry J 140 

*Handy, Sidney W 141 

Hanna, Charles T. 74 

Hanna, Henry C. 272 

Hanria, Horace L.--93, 459 

Hanna, Jesse 86 

Hanna, Leslie P 341 

Hanna, Levi M. 85 

*Hanna, Thomas 85 

Hannah, Arch A, 152 

Hannahs, Harry W. .. 423 
Hannaman, George B.- 341 
Hanrahan, James E. .. 280 
Hansborough, Living- 
ston C 145, 203 

Hansen, De Witt 333 

Hansen, Karl H 448 

Hanson, Francis O. — 344 

Happer, John S. 229 

Harahan, James T., Jr. 314 

Haralson, Orr 218, 466 

Haralson, William W.- 218 

*Harbert, Arthur B 189 

Harbison, Samuel P.-- 61 

Hardin, Martin D. 267 

Hardin, Melville C 414 

Harding, Dwight S 190 

*Harding, George W. -- 196 

Harding, James 288 

Harding, James J 358 

Harding, Samuel B 351 

Harding, William N.-- 

_..- 148, 195 

Hardison, Humphrey - 415 
Hardison, William T., 

Jr. 416 

Hardy, George F 426 

Hardy, Paul 321 

Hardy, William E 330 

Hardy, William H 457 

Harford, William M.-- 38 
Hargrave, Frank B. _. 136 
Harkness, Robert H... 141 

Harlan, George E 343 

Harlan, Henry G - 53 

♦Harley, John M. 48 

Harley, John P. 174 

Harman, Andrew E. -- 150 

*Harmer, Conrad M 158 

Harmon, John B _ 181 

Harner, Clinton E 42 

Harper, Edgar A 298 

Harper, George D 299 

Harper, James B. 70 

Harper, John B 147, 244 

Harper, William A. — 116 
Harriman, Frederick O. 310 
Harris, Albert 231 

♦Harris AlbertG 68 

Harris, Charles P. -320, 392 



PAGE 

*Harris, David W 52 

Harris, Frank M. 185 

Harris, James W. 88 

Harris, J. Wistar 279 

Harris, John H 132 

Harris, Joseph F. 67 

*Harris, Norman L. 418 

Harris, Richard C. 364 

Harris, Vinton P. 198 

Harris, William loi 

*Harris, William B 66 

Harris, William H 186 

Harrison, Dale S. 294 

Harrison, Edwin J 184 

Harrison, James T. .49, 162 

Harrison, John H 91 

Harrison, Kibble J 262 

Harrison, Nicholas M. 288 

Harrow, William A 378 

Hart, Benjamin R. 435 

Hart, Charles H 50 

Hart, George W 246 

Hart, James C. 41 

Hart, James R 70 

Hart, Samuel F 41 

Hartley, William S 42 

Hartshorn, Edward — 427 
Hartung, Clarence R. - 378 

Hartzall, Charles 274 

Hartzell, Milton B 124 

Harvey, Lawson M 149 

Harvey, Robert H 188 

Harvey, Walter M. --. 277 

Harvey, Wirt A 53 

Harwood, Charles F.-- 314 
Haseltine, William E.. 320 

Haselton, Barton 315 

Haselwood, Willis H.. 431 

Haskin, Joseph R. 380 

Haskin, Walter E 185 

Hassenplug, William 

H 135 

Hasson, Roy H. 406 

*Haste, Richard A 275 

Hastings, Frank S 272 

^Hastings, Russel 411 

Hatch, Albert R. 431 

Hatch, Aretas W 244 

Hatch, Bruce 402 

Hatch, Hamlin B 441 

Hatfield, Isaac N 196 

Hathaway, Herbert E. 312 

Hatton, John H. 448 

Haught, Thomas W.-- 444 

*Haughton, William M. 209 
Havenner, Frank H.-- 
141, 462 

*Havenner, Walter R.- 141 

Havens, Ernest F. 358 

Hawes, Charles W., Jr. 295 

*Hawes, Patrick O. 84 



PAGE 

*Hawke, Arthur J 66 

Hawksworth, David W. 332 
Hawksworth, Freder- 
ick 333 

Hawley, Max C. 76 

Hawley, Ralph W 424 

Hawley, Thomas P 245 

Hay, Albert B 61 

*Hay, Daniel 97 

*Hay, William G 380 

Hay, W. Perry 151, 463 

Hayden, Charles H 378 

Hayden, Lewis A. 314 

Hayden, Obadiah B. .. 85 

Hayes, Charles H. 135 

Hayes, Harry S. 352 

Hayes, Herbert R 42 

Hayes, John M 397 

*Hayes, Will S 287 

Haymond, Thomas W., 

Jr 446 

Hayner, Arthur C 34 

Hayner, George M. — 34 

Hayner, Lewis L. 34 

Haynes, Roy C 93 

Hays, George M loi 

♦Hays, Hugh H 80 

Hays, John W 86 

Hays, Joseph W 

195,227,242, 465 

Hays, Otho Lee 38 

Hays, Raphael S 102 

Hays, Silas A 86 

*Haythe, John G. 112 

Hayward, Edward P. 

331, 470 

Hayward, John R. 372 

Hayward, Philip 301 

♦Hayward, Sawyer 371 

♦Hayward, William H.- 371 
Haywood, George, Jr.- 

272, 468 

Hazard, William A 314 

Hazen, Aaron L 60 

Hazen, John N 426 

Hazen, Noah B. 472 

Hazlett, Robert 318 

Head, James W. 70 

Headington, Ernest W. 

76, 250 

Heafer, Edgar N 343 

Healy, Herbert 177 

Hearst, Thomas J. 106 

Heath, Arthur T 319 

Heath, Henry B 396 

Heath, William A 290 

Hebard, Frederick C- 331 

Hebden, Edwin 99 

Heckman, George C.-- 199 

Hecox, Roy C 326 

Hedges, Harry 319 



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♦Hedges, James H. 87 

Hedrick, Edwin 75 

*Heetor, Alonzo W 36 

Hegler, Benjamin F., 

Jr. 360 

Heite, Charles D 248 

Heiiner, Samuel 256 

Heilman, William IQI 

Heindel, Norman S. -- 127 
Heineken, William P.. 439 

*Heinen, Henry j. 131 

Heisel, Henry M 293 

Heiser, Claude W 250 

Heissler, Edward R. -- 314 
Heller, William H 197 

*Hellier, George S 332 

Helm, Edward C 148 

Helm, James W 223 

Helm, Willis C 325 

Helmer, Frederic F.-- 405 
Helmhold, Edward R.- 134 

Helming, Oscar C 150 

Hemenway, Francis 

W 189 

*Hemenway, W. T. 85 

Henderson, Charles W. 456 

Henderson, R. W. 217 

Henderson, Robert G. 205 
Henderson, Samuel, Jr. 370 

♦Henderson, Samuel H. 80 
Henderson, William E. 230 

Hendrick, Frank 91 

Hendrick, John L..-52, 262 
Hendricks, Charles F,- loi 

Hendricks, Ezra R 247 

Hendrie, Edwin B 156 

Henkle, Walter 44 

Henley, Roy A 259 

Henning, Edwin C. 278 

Henning, Samuel C 462 

Henning, William C.-- 91 
Henry, B ^ 468 

*Henry, Benjamin C. 

63, 457 

Henry, Edward D 34 

Henry, Harold 359 

Henry, James H 74, 457 

Henry, James M. 204 

Henry, John A. 38 

Henry, John B. 359 

Henry, William H. 415 

Henry, William W., Jr. 

-- 115, 203, 460 

Henshaw, Arthur W.-_ 385 

Hepburn, Hope 97 

Hepburn, William H., 

Jr 259 

Herbert, Frederick D.- 406 
Herbst, George E. M. . 124 
Herndon, Edward B., 
Jr 120, 206 



PAGE 

Herndon, William C. 

164, 202 

♦Herod, Abner L 86 

*Herr, Herman H 410 

Herrick, Dwight O. — 294 
Herrick, Edward W... 311 
Herrick, George T. — 70 

Herrick, Lott K 278, 291 

Herrick, Lyle G 294 

Herrnstein, Albert E.- 280 

Hersh, Frank 126 

Hersh, McClellan 124 

Hersh, William 126 

Hervey, James M. 377 

Hervie, H. L 156 

Heslep, Thomas 49 

*Hesler, Frank C. 185 

Hesler, Frederick A. - - 187 
Hester, H. C. Kendall- 191 

Heuse, Edward O 199 

Heylmann, George B.. 74 
Heyn, Louis G 76 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 

H 
H 
H 
*H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 

*H 
H 
H 
H 

*H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
*H 
H 



att, Charles F 90 

bben, Harold B 147 

ckman, LindleyA.-- 167 

cks, Hervey B 331 

cks, Lewis A. 178 

ester, William A 97 

gbee, Robert F 250 

gby, Kenneth E. — 354 
gginbotham, Rufus 

L 449 

ggins, Delazon P 133 

ggins, Francis G 275 

ggins, George C. — 91 

ggins, John W. 227 

ghlands, John A 312 

ghley, Mont F. -364, 449 
ghtower, Albert S.-- 165 
ghtower, John B.-- 165 
ghtower, Thomas J., 

Jr 165 

11, Alonzo 113, 460 

11, Louis T 352 

11, Phipps B. 52 

11, Thomas W 211 

lleary, Charles T 166 

Uegrass, Dewitt C.-- 124 

Her, Edgar D 402 

Uiard, Guy T 423 

llman, Daniel 42 

llman, Meredith P. 

G. 312 

lis, Clarence C. 43 

lis, George P 189 

lis, HarleyJ 281, 408 

llyer, Edgar C 310 

Iton, Edward F 99 

Iton, Theophilus B.. 185 

mmelreich, Peter 

W 132 



PAGE 

*Himmelreich, William 
D. 133 

Hinckley, Harry P 326 

*Hines, George U 106 

Hines, Walker D - 118 

Hinman, Burritt H 431 

Hinshaw, Edmund H.- 150 
Hinshaw, Howard R.. 333 

*Hirons, Wesley B 98 

Hirst, James R 159 

Hirst, Jesse B 387 

Hisey, William J 68 

Hitch, Bertram L.--33, 301 

Hitt, George C 39 

Hitt, Milton S 84 

Hitt, Thomas S. 39 

Hoagland, John R 123 

Hoban, Owen A 429 

*Hobbs, John H 54 

Hobdy, William C 434 

Hoblit, Edward M 342 

Hoch, William R 124 

Hodgson, Henry M..-- 174 

Hoffman, Ernest L 44 

Hoffman, Harry 456 

Hoffman, Horace A... 71 
Hoffman, Martin L 72 

♦Hoffmann, Lewis W... 299 

Hogan, Daniel, Jr 344 

Hogate, Julian D 91 

Hoge, Albert A 167 

Hoge, Osmond M 318 

Hoguet, Ramsay C 440 

Hoke, George M 340 

Holabird, Robert G.-- 

294, 375 

Holbrook, Merritt L.-- 307 
Holbrook, Parker K.-- 307 

Holden, Charles A 428 

Holden, Charles B 407 

Holden, Charles F. 445 

Holden, William J. 444 

♦Holladay, Louis W 276 

Holland, Ernesto 75 

Holland, George F. -75, 457 
Holland, Marshall P..- 76 

Holland, Mills H 204 

Holland, Paul A 45, 456 

Holland, Rush L 43 

Holland, William G.-- 69 

*Holland, William H.-- 223 

Hollett, JohnC 152 

Holliday, William D.-- 134 
HoUiday, William W.. 278 
HoUingsworth, Albert 

A., Jr 153 

HoUoway, Joseph A.-- 234 
Holman, George P 37 

♦Holman, John A 146 

Holman, Phelps R 440 

Holmes, Charles H 70 



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Holmes, Eugene A 312 

Holmes, Finley V 54 

Holmes, Frank C 54 

Holmes, John E 56 

Holmes, John G 97 

Holp, Jacob A. H 391 

*Holroyd, Burgess E.-_ 190 
Holston, Benjamin B.- 292 
Holt, Henry W.--- 166, 368 

Holt, Mathias J. 266 

Holt, R. W 119 

Holt, Richmond Wins- 
ton 167 

Holterhoff, Ralph 300 

Homan, Howard A 93 

Hornet, Jewet G 130 

Honig, George H 76 

Hood, John 66 

Hood, R. Horace 238 

Hooper, George K. 380 

Hooper, James F 203 

Hooper, William D. .- 204 

Hooper, William S 67 

Hoover, John T. 384 

Hope, Edward W 423 

*Hopkins, Andrew N.-- 97 

Hopkins, Lloyd 86 

Hopkins, Warren D-- 423 
Hopper, William D. _. 268 

Hord, Luther J. 73, 246 

Horn, Henry W 381 

Hornberger, Henry L.. 268 

Home, George A 368 

Home, Othniel G. 333 

Home, Stanley G. 408 

Horner, Charles W 72 

*Horner, David A 124 

Horner, Leonard S 386 

[ Horton, Cowles E 57 

Horton, Paul S 134 

Hosmer, Henry H 274 

Hoss, George W. 68 

Hoss, William H 147 

Hotchkiss, Robert J 293 

Houck, Ross 459 

*Hough, Albert S. 185 

Houliston, John R 327 

House, Charles T 99 

Houser, Samuel H 170 

Houston, Earle I 280 

Houston, Gordon R... 167 

Houston, Hubert T 165 

Houston, John B. 42 

Houston, Mark E 434 

Houston, Preston C 37 

Houston, William R.-- 205 

Hovey, Herbert N 430 

Howard, Burt F 189 

Howard, Earl D 453 

Howard, Hubert S 269 

Howard, John H 34 



Howard, Otis McG 188 

Howard, Ulic J 267 

Howard, Walter W 376 

Howard, William E.-- 363 

*Howe, Caleb B 85 

Howe, Joseph M 364 

Howe, Wirt 371 

Howell, Allen S 98 

Howell, Cleves H 231 

Howell, Richard L 115 

*Howell, Robert G 176 

Howell, Robert W, — 363 

Howze, Isham R 51 

Hoy, Clarence F 328 

Hoyt, Hiram P 390 

Hoyt, William H 390 

Hubard, Edmund B,-- 212 

Hubard, Robert T 212 

Hubbard, Frank W 336 

Hubbard, Giles 188 

Hubbard, Walter J 149 

Hubbard, WillardN.-- 148 
Hubbard, William H.- 384 
Hubbard, Willard W.- 148 

Hubbell, John W 301 

Hubel, Herbert C 281 

Huber, Philip A 356 

Hubby, Lester M..404, 472 

Huckins, George L 429 

Huckins, Theron H.-_ 429 
Huddlestone, John J... 55 
Hudgens, Chilton D..- 290 

Hudnutt, George D 280 

Hudson, Isaac B 293 

Hudson, Walter G 73 

Huey, Thomas W 55 

Huey, Virgil L 341 

Huffard, James A 210 

Huffer, Arthur P 288 

Huffman, Eugene B,.- 181 

♦Huffman, Joseph G 38 

Huffman, Torrence — 172 

Hughes, Charles S 41 

Hughes, David D 134 

*Hughes, Edward H 157 

Hughes, Richard C 228 

Hughes, Thomas J., Jr. 237 
Hughes, Thomas Jef- 
ferson 42 

Hughes, Walter H 274 

Hughes, Willet P 230 

Hughey, Albert S 286 

Hughs, Joseph R 234 

Hugus, John W 444 

Hull, Frank W 274, 469 

Hull, Walters 67 

Hume, Francis C 363 

Hume, Frank L 229 

Hume, Henry C 40 

*Hume, John E 41, 455 

Hume, Lea 364 



PAGE 

Hume, Leslie W. 450 

Hume, Thomas 118 

Humer, Frederick W.- 103 

*Hummel, Arthur L 

125, 461 

Humphrey, James L.-- 239 

♦Humphrey, Robert M- 186 

♦Humphreys, Alfred B. 222 

Humphreys, James 313 

Humphry, Lewis C 268 

Humrichouse, Charles 

W 127 

Hunsberger, Charles E. 454 

♦Hunsicker, George J.-- 49 

Hunsicker, John 412 

Hunt, Amos D 223 

Hunt, Charles A 33 

Hunt, Edward E 292 

Hunt, Harry B 314 

Hunt, Jacob 132 

♦Hunt, John 157 

Hunt, Myron 189, 313 

Hunt, Randall J 370 

Hunt, Silas E 86 

♦Hunt, Thomas 156 

Hunter, Addison I 90 

Hunter, Calvin S 153 

Hunter, Charles B 231 

Hunter, Charles H 135 

♦Hunter, Cyrus R 72 

Hunter, Joseph W 227 

Hunter, Parke 469 

Huntington, David C 422 
Huntington, Frederick 
G 300 

♦Hurlbutt, Robert F.-.- 38 

Hurst, Alfred D 89 

Hurst, Raymond 94 

Hurst, Roscoe P 94 

Hurt,AldenB 234 

Hurt, James W 218 

Hussey, Horace P 176 

Hussong, Albert B 86 

Huston, David H 68 

Huston, Francis P 302 

Huston, Joseph E 318 

Huston, Joseph H 258 

Hutchinson, George A. 

342 

Hutchinson, Miller 190 

Hutchinson, Samuel S. 341 
Hutchison, James B..- 430 
Hutchison, James F.-- 

246, 467 

Hutson, Fred L. 180 

Hutson, George D 179 

Hutson, John S 131 

Hutson, Lawrence W.- 328 
Hutton, John B 130 

♦Hyatt, Benjamin F 48 

Hyatt, Henry L. 41 



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PAGE 

Hyatt, John T 136 

Hyde, George H 137 

*Hyndman, William H. 230 
Hyney, Ralph S 378 



ce, William T.,Jr 444 

Igenfritz, Charles A.-- 185 

Igenfritz, Elmer E 100 

Isley, Arthur B 427 

ngersoll, George B 325 

ngham, Paul P. 279 

ngle, Heber 85 

ngle, Jerauld John 279 

ngraham, Frank J 133 

ngraham, John A ■- 446 

iigram, James A 87 

ngram, John H. 116 

ngwerson, Joseph H.- 275 

reland, Samuel R 276 

reton, Louis A 43, 455 

rish, Eugene O 44 

rish, Howard 230 

rvin, Blake 102 

rving, J. Washington- 131 

rving, John D. 438 

rving, Paulus A.-- 114, 202 
rving, Pierre Freder- 
ick 439 

rving, Robert W 102 

rwin, Alexander 50 

rwin, David J 60 

rwin, John 63 

rwin, William F 197 

rwin, William G.-150, 462 

rwin, William W 264 

saacs, Charles H.--39, 455 

sanogel, Walter I 72 

sham, John S., Jr. 300 

som, Thomas D., Jr... 

52, 116, 456 

son, William L 220 

srael, Arthur C. 227 

vie, Thomas S 166, 414 

ackson, Andrew O 294 

acksoti, Crawford 53 

ackson, Frank G. 189 

ackson, Harold L 100 

ackson, Hugh W 239 

ackson, J. W. 97 

ackson, Joseph B.-62, 457 
ackson, Sylvester H.. 244 

acobs, J. Howard 460 

acobs, Michael W 122 

acobus, Harry C 45 

agar, Eugene L - 423 

agar, John C. 423 

ahn, Adolph 45s 

ames, Jacob D. 131 

ames, John H 277 

ames, Lee Roy 295 



PAGE 

ames, Robert E.--132, 170 
ames, Samuel H.-I16, 209 
ameson, Alexander -- 150 

ameson, Henry 146 

ameson, Ovid Butler. 148 

ameson, Waller 120 

amieson, Edward H.- 93 
amieson, George A.-- 244 

amieson, Philip M 286 

amison, Oliver P. M.- 245 

anss, Edwin 402 

ante, Peter N 157 

arecki, Alexander H.- 311 

arecki, Fred C 312 

ackman, Simeon T... 80 

arman, Albert H 418 

arratt, Houston D 416 

arvis, Cecil C 444 

ay, David B 216 

ay, Walter L 75 

ayne, Joseph M.--163, 463 

efferson, Walter B 112 

effrey, Fred J 321 

effrey, William J 188 

enkins, Evan 402 

enkins, Henry 53 

enkins, John 364 

enkins, John S. 165 

ennings, Frank W 319 

ennings, Jay J 41 

ennings, John G 173 

ennings, Oliver W 196 

esse, Richard H 114 

essup, Robert B 187 

essup, Warren C 439 

ewell, Walter H 370 

ewell, William R 147 

ewett, Charles L. 68 

obbins, Frederick H.- 438 
ohns, A. Raymond — 376 

ohnson, Alex. C 363 

ohnson, Arthur A 151 

ohnson, Balfe D 418 

ohnson, Charles C 208 

ohnson, Charles E 408 

ohnson, Charles H 415 

ohnson, Charles Has- 
kell 

ohnson, Charles S. — 

ohnson, Clyde P 

ohnson, Edward D. -- 

ohnson, Emory R. 

ohnson, Frank F, 

ohnson, Fred B. 77 

ohnson, Fred H.--277, 346 
ohnson, Harlowe H... 210 
ohnson, Harold C. - - 

ohnson, Henry L. 

ohnson, Henry T. 

ohnson, J. Gladden 

Johnson, James E. 



226 
294 
300 
143 
350 
310 



191 

239 

284 

61 

294 



PAGE 

ohnson, James R. 434 

ohnson, James S. 53 

ohnson, John B 435 

ohnson, John Lindsay 220 
ohnson, John Lips- 
comb 51 

ohnson, John M. 61 

ohnson, Oliver R.- 148, 462 

ohnson, Parke S 301 

ohnson, Ralph I 392 

ohnson, Ray P. 453 

ohnson, Samuel E 418 

ohnson, Thomas R. -- 80 

ohnson, Tilghman 158 

ohnson, Walter E. 351 

ohnson, William C. 149 

ohnson, William J 194 

ohnson, William 

Staniard 220 

ohnson, William 

Stewart 51 

ohnston, ArchibaldW. 61 
ohnston, Charles H.-- 91 

ohnston, Clyde P 404 

ohnston, David F 306 

ohnston, David M 248 

ohnston, James R. 32 

ohnston, W. W. --103, 460 
ohnston, William P... 60 

ohnstone, Guy C. 408 

olliEfe, William 157 

ones, Archibald A 284 

ones, Augustus L 397 

ones, Bartlet F 54 

ones, Carl D 43, 455 

ones, Caswell S 288 

ones, Cecil K. 381 

ones, Charles E. J. 397 

ones, Charles Edwin - 39 

ones, Clarence W. 415 

ones, Claude Perry 179 

ones, David M. 131 

ones, DeWitt C. 39 

ones, Edward C. -326, 405 

ones, Edward E 131 

ones, Edwin E, 427 

ones, Ellis Oliver 320 

ones, Frank W 353 

ones, Friley 54 

ones, George O 81 

ones, George P. — 56, 451 

ones, Herbert Q 

180, 321, 465 

ones, Isaac T. 278 

ones, James J 80 

ones, John K 404 

ones, John R 223 

ones, John W. 167 

ones, Joseph B. 52 

ones, Joseph P . 68 

ones, Lucius C. 284 



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Jones, Matlison B. 434 

*Jones, Max 453 

Jones, Milo T. 360 

Jones, Neil S 359 

Jones, Oliver G. 419 

Jones, Philo 401 

Jones, Robert D 396 

Jones, Robert T 362 

Jones, Robin 215 

Jones, Roswell S. 115 

Jones, Shelley B. 374 

Jones, Stuart L. 210 

Jones, ThaddeusW,, Jr. 397 

Jones, Thomas N 52 

Jones, William B 54 

Jones, William D.-2gi, 340 

*Jones, William H 117 

Jordaan, Walter V 359 

Jordan, Chester O 280 

Jordan, Edward L., Jr.- 414 

*Jordan, Isaac M. ---32, 455 

♦Jordan, James R. 162 

Jordan, Ralph C. 316 

Jordan, William, Jr 258 

Joseph, Jonathan M. -- 38 

Joslin, Charles E. 358 

Joss, Horace W 392, 418 

Joves, Patrick 267 

*Joy, Frederic Merrick. 38 

Joy, Frederick Merrick 295 

Joy, Samuel Scott 295 

Joyce, Darrell 455 

*Joyes, Thomas 

115, 203, 460 

Joynt, William E 341 

Judah, Noble B 69 

Junkins, Dexter E. — 179 

Kain, John H. 132, 158, 463 

Kaiser, Charles S 439 

Kales, William R. 312 

Kalley, Isaac H 87 

Kalvelage, John B., Jr. 353 

Kampf, Frederic B 187 

Kampmanii, Hermann 

D 159 

Kane, Henry F. 146 

Kauffman, Walter L.-- 100 
Kaufman. Lineus B. -- 40 
Kaufman, William T. - 252 

Kapp, Edward R 258 

Kealing, Joseph B 148 

Kean, Jefferson R 116 

"Kearns, John E. 61 

Kebler, Eliot A. 298 

Kebler, John T. 299 

Keck, Marcus A. 387 

Keeler, Harvey R. 117 

Keeling, Robert J. 140 

Keely, Oliver 91 

Keener, Charles E. — 294 



Keeney, A. Hale -^-IT, 457 

Keeney, Bayard 76 

Keeney, Burke H. 75 

Keerl, George S 102 

Kees, John A. 333 

Keeslar, John W. 340 

Keichline, John M 411 

", Augustus P 195 

, Melville H 199 

, Raymond H. 199 

rn,WalterL., Jr.-53, 165 

:h, Harry P 354 

:h, John D 127 

er, George D 99 

er, Hervey S 266 

ey, Nathan H. 391 

ey. Orange Reo — 391 

ey, Taylor U 274 

ey, William F 346 

log, Alfred H 229 

ogg, Alfred O 408 

ogg, Harry L, 353 

ogg, Scott P. 358 

;ogg, W. V 118 

ogg, William V. __ 319 

Frank A. 40 

Frank G. 356 

Leroy P 45 

Thomas B 223 

Thomas F 387 

Wilson I. 197 

Kelsey, Horatio N 150 

*Kelso, Reese Davis --- 287 

*Kemp, Albert S 123 

Kemp, Duncan S 211 

Kemp, J. Earle 354 

Kemper, William P. -- 

351, 422 

Kemper, William R 300 

Kendall, Archie Ray.. 429 

Kendall, Charles H 

391, 471 

Kendall, H.T 156 

*Kendall, Isaac N loi 

Kendrick, William F. - 376 
Kendrick, W. Scott -- 377 

Kennard, John H 210 

Kennedy, Carl S.--279, 326 
Kennedy, Charles W. . 440 

♦Kennedy, Daniel C 356 

Kennedy, Elwood H... 359 

Kennedy, Harry M 390 

Kennedy, Joseph G. -- 242 
Kennedy, Louis H. _.- 390 

Kennedy, Paca 212 

Kennedv, Ronald C. .- 

/. 316, 471 

Kennedy, Stephen R. 

M 212 

Kenny, Jeremiah H. -- 178 
Kent, Henry T 114 



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Kent, John B. 162 

Kent, Joseph C. 167 

*Kent, Linden 113, 460 

Kent, Robert C, Jr 209 

Kent, Tyler G 116, 237 

*Kent, W'illiam H 203 

Kenyon, Clarence A.-- 273 
Kepler, Lynn E 73 

*Kepler, Samuel — 96 

Kepple, Ernest P. 328 

Kerns, Frank A. 72 

Kerr, Ellis K. 190 

Kerr, Harlan T. 42 

Kerr, James A. 114 

Kerr, Joseph B 178 

Kerr, Norman F 316 

Kerr, Robert J. 189 

Kerr, Samuel C. 81 

Kerr, William C.A._-- 80 

Kerr, William D 465 

Kerr, William Paul..- 180 

Kerr, William V. 132 

Kerrick, Harrison S. .- 342 

Kerrick, Lon H., Jr 342 

Kerry, Frank M 346 

Kershner, Edward C. - 126 
Kettenbach, William F. 151 

*Keyes, Charles D. 245 

Keyser, Matthew B 406 

*Keyworth, Howard Q.- 97 

Kidder, Scott 439 

Kiefer, Michael A 392 

Kieffer, John B 410 

Kilbourne, Charles E.- 320 

Kilbourne, Russell 

118, 319, 461 

Kiler, Charles A. 291 

Kiler, William H 293 

Kilgore, Thomas B 344 

*Kiire, Louis A 176 

*Kilpatrick, Judson 87 

Kimball, Arthur S 430 

Kimball, Conrad B 292 

Kimball, William A.-- 429 
Kimberlin, Frank --94, 459 
Kimberlin, Joseph W.. 278 

Kimble, John H 73 

Kimbrough, Bradley T. 56 
Kimbrough, DukeM.-- 55 
Kimbrough, Thomas C. 55 
Kimbrough, Thomas P. 55 

Kimmel, Karl 448 

Kincaid, George D 132 

Kindig, Henry L 188 

Kindred, John J 

117, 237, 461 

King, Charles B 210 

King, Chester A 174 

King, Colin Edward -- 194 

King, David C 267 

King, Elston F. ---258, 406 



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PAGE 

King, Frank B 89 

King, Fred I 75 

King, Harry L. 180 

King, Harry R 87 

King, Henry C 431 

King, Horace F 286 

King, Howard F. 131 

. King, John C 90 

King, Oliver 424 

King, Preston R. 357 

King, Rufus W. 364 

♦King, William J 71 

King, Willis L 63 

Kingman, Wyatt 424 

Kingsbury, Edward D. 

150, 462 

Kingsley, George, Jr. - 358 
Kingsley, Howard H. - 280 
Kingsley, Thomas H. . 360 
Kinkead, Maxwell 

62, 156, 463 

Kinnaird, Joseph M 114 

Kinnard, Chester H 393 

Kinnear, Raymond — 310 
Kinney, William S. — 231 
Kinnick, Benjamin F.- 147 

Kinport, Henry L. 132 

Kinports, Boyd W. — 136 

Kinsey, Boyden 300 

Kinsey, Charles 302 

Kinsley, Edwin A 326 

Kinsloe, Charles L. — 412 
Kinsloe, William D. .- 136 

Kintner, Samuel M 247 

Kirby, George H 397 

Kirby, Lewis H. 377 

Kirk, William T 453 

Kirkham, Guy 311 

Kirkman, Marshall J.. 190 
Kirkpatrick, Charles-- 90 
Kirkpatrick, James O.- 340 
Kirkpatrick, Leroy E.- 153 
Kirkpatrick, William - 247 
Kirkwood, James W.-_ 87 
Kistler, Franklin M.-- 287 
Kitchen, William W. - 106 
Kittleman, WilliamW., 

Jr. 280 

Kleberg, Edward R.-- 360 

Kleburg, Marcellus 365 

Kleberg, Walter 365 

Kleckner, John M 333 

Klein, George W 37 

Klein, Madison C 50 

Kleinschmidt, Rudolph 

A 449 

Kline, Charles F 33 

Kline, J. Kenneth 76 

Kline, Lee 185 

Klipstein, George T.-- 142 
Knapp, Charles R 313 



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Knapp, Edward M. H. 423 

Knapp, George A 464 

Knapp, John H., Jr 324 

Knapp, Oscar S 287 

Knapp, William A. — 324 

Knappen, Frank E 186 

Knappen, G.Frederick 374 
Knefler, Lew W^allace- 245 

Knight, Arthur O. 386 

Knight, Earle K. 280 

Knight, John T 203 

*Knight, Robert K 280 

Knisely, Allen D.--281, 321 
Kno])p, Henry G. T. - 73 

Knott, WilliamW 268 

Knowlton, Alfred C 133 

Knowlton, Warren C- 392 

Knox, Albert B 178 

Knox, Dewitt 457 

Knox, Herbert 407 

Knox, Roger 259 

Knox, Rush H 457 

Knox, Samuel R. 56 

Knox, William M 185 

Knutti, John G 444 

Koch, Louis G 354 

Koeppel, Oscar O 44 

Kohlsaat, Philemon B. 189 
Konkle, Creighton M. 

137, 462 

Konrad, Philip 445 

Koons, Frederick C.-- 197 
Kornegay, Robert R.- 217 
Kortright, Frederick L. 404 
Krapt, Daniel 126 

*Krauth, Charles P., Jr. 123 

Krebs, George R 445 

Kreider, Eugene G 148 

Kreider, George N 40 

Kremer, Charles W 410 

Kremer, James B 102 

Kress, Rush H 137 

Krewel, John D 93 

Kritz, William B 287 

*Krogman, Herman B.- 278 

Kroh, Roscoe E 357 

Krumbhaar, Charles C. 371 
Krumbhaar, Hugh M.. 372 
Krumm, William H.-- 320 

Kuebler, Harry J 174 

Kuhn, Oscar W 298 

Kuhne, Charles W. --- 275 

Kulp, Francis A 377 

Kunkle, James H. 446 

Kunkle, Justin M. 444 

Kutzner John D 125 

Kyle, John Curtis 222 

Labouisse, Samuel S. 

372, 440 

Lacey, Emmet 321 



PAGE 

Lackey, Frank A. 195 

Lackland, Thomas W. 368 
Lacknian, Herman W. 316 

Lacy, John H. 202 

Ladd, Frank M. 311 

Lady, Uavid B 123 

Laesch, Louis C. F 156 

Lafans, Walter S 392 

La Fever, Charles A.-- 279 
Laguna, Temistocles 

W 213 

Lake, Richard H 56 

*Lamb, William S 286 

Lambert, Isaac E. 185 

Lamberton, Frank S.-- 393 

Lamprey, Harold I 430 

Lanahan, William W.- 100 

Lander, Dana S 272 

Landes, Bernard S 343 

Landis, David R.--I32, 461 

Landis, Harry D. 332 

Landis, Merkel 102 

Landis, Norman 102 

Landon, Arthur L 375 

Landon, John 1 377 

Landrum, Linton D. -- 284 
Landrum, Zachariah P. 284 

Lane, Daniel H. 286 

Lane, Edwin T 147 

Lane, Henry H. 93 

Lane, Oscar F. 147 

Lane, William N 405 

Lang, John E - 34 

Langdale, Thomas G.- 299 
Langhorne, George T. 

368, 471 

Langworthy, Albert D. 184 
Langworthy, Bertrand 

S 332 

Langworthy, Stephen 

C, Jr..--1 331 

Lapham, Walter A 359 

Laramy, Robert E. .-- 385 

Lardner, Henry A 351 

Lardner, William F 351 

Larrison, George K 295 

Larsh, Arthur E 90 

Larsh, Charles H 89 

La Rue, William J 85 

Lassiter, Francis R 117 

Latham, Carlton R 189 

Lathrop, Benjamin G.- 381 
Lathrop, Harry 188 

*Lathrope, John H. 66 

Latimer, Harry D. 350 

Laughlin, Edmund G. 

148, 462 

Laughlin, John R 194 

*Laughlin, Robert J 226 

Lauman, Joseph N. 128 

Laundon, Ernest T 318 



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Laurence, Daniel 300 

Laverty, Charles W. -- 346 

Law, Carl C 135 

Law, Francis M 364 

Law, Hugh 279 

Law, John E 419 

Lawrence, James W... 216 

Laws, Henry W 298 

Lawson, Anthony B. -- 204 
Lawson, Frank E 422 

*Lawson, Manassa M.-- 37 
Lawther, Harry P.-I16, 164 

Lawther, William J 364 

Lawyer, William G. 127 

Layman, Daniel W. 151, 438 

Layman, James T 198 

Layton, Robert 53 

Layton, Walter E. 456 

Lea, William A. 234 

Leach, Albert C 427 

Leach, Frank S. 448 

Leach, Frederick J 422 

Leahy, James P 429 

Leas, David P. 130 

Leas, DeWitt H 44, 455 

*Leason, Robert B 80 

Leathers, James M 149 

Leavell, Armand B 56 

Leavell, James B 57 

Leavell, Landrum P. 56, 457 

Leavell, Manly B. 57 

Leavens, George A 426 

Leavitt, Robert P. 

151, 248, 463 

Le Bosquet, John E. -- 315 
Le Boutillier, George - 301 

Leddy, Charles J 431 

Lednum, William E.-- 216 
Ledyard, William E.-- 218 

Lee, Fitzhugh, Jr. 415 

Lee, Francis R 213 

Lee, Frederick 87 

Lee, George B 166, 438 

*Lee, Henderson 211 

Lee, Henry A 71 

Lee, John M 408 

Lee, John P 166 

Lee, Maury L 211 

Lee, Patrick H 86 

Lee, RobertE 166 

Lee, Solomon S. 377 

Lee, Thomas P 48 

*Lee, William C. 164 

Lee, William M 84 

Leeper, Charles F 321 

Le Feber, Robbin P... 333 

Lefevre, Edwin 385 

Lefevre, Franklin P.... 130 
Leigh, Armstead M.56, 457 
Leisenring, Frank S... 127 
Leisenring, William G. 128 



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Leith, Harry H 470 

Leitsch, William C 352 

Leitzell, Harry A 412 

Leland, Jerome A 29-^ 

Lemert, Wilson, C 36 

Leming, John Y 264 

Lemon, Alexander D.- 66 

Lemon, Alfred H 66 

Lence, William H 200 

Leonard, Albert W 191 

Leonard, Edward G.-- 51 
Leonard, Frank M. — 306 
Leonard, Henry O., Jr.- 57 

Leonard, Raymond 295 

Leonard, Straugton G.- 146 
Leonard, William E. B. 57 
Leovy, Frank A. 370 

*Le Prince, Adolph W. 440 
Le Prince, Joseph A.-- 438 

Le Prince, Leon F 439 

Le Roy, Cliff W 470 

Lester, Arthur V 435 

Letteney, John H 428 

Leuckel, Alfred K. --- 384 

Levy, Edward E. 74 

Levy, Richard B 210 

*Levy, William T 362 

Lewis, Alfred J., Jr 370 

Lewis, Charles H 328 

Lewis, Charles Mc- 
Afee 264 

Lewis, Charles Milton. 293 

Lewis, Chauncey B 199 

Lewis, Cloyd loi 

Lewis, Edward P 50 

Lewis, Elbridge E 272 

Lewis, Ernest D 445 

Lewis, Frank C 181 

Lewis, Henry W. 114 

Lewis, Howard 181 

Lewis, Max 295 

Lewis, Olin B. 350 

Lewis, Robert P. --288, 390 
Lewis, Rutherford T. L. 430 

Lewis, Thomas L 134 

Lewis, Walter R., Jr... 428 

Lichty, William H 330 

Lichlider, Albert H 239 

*Liddell, Andrew J 50 

Liddell, James M...50, 208 

Liddell, Vinton 135 

Liebhardt, Claude C. 76 
Liebmann, Morris N.,. 332 

Liepsner, Frank W 450 

Light, Edwin J 40 

Light, Huber J 342 

Light, James A 344 

Lightstone, William H. 34 
Likely, Frederick A... 92 

Lillard, Robert W 343 

Lillard Thomas M 344 



PAGE 

Lilly, Henry W 115, 236 

Lilly, James W 149 

♦Lilly, Martin G 125, 336 

Lincoln, Louis P. loi 

Lincoln, Rufus V 102 

Lindauer, Christian F.- 127 
Lindley, Ernest H..74, 457 

Lindsay, John F 320 

Lindsey, Thomas F 51 

Line, Charles E. 89 

Line, James H 460 

Linebaugh, C. White. . 44 
Lingle, Hiram D..-248, 438 

Linke, J. Ralph A 405 

Linn, John M 61 

Linn, Thomas C 125 

Linne, Bernard F. 392 

Linney, Hartwell H 269 

Lipps, Emery J. 187 

Lipscomb, Andrew A. 

142, 462 

Lipscomb, William R.. 217 

List, Charles W 257 

List, Monroe C 167 

Lister, Charles C, Jr... 258 

Little, Charles S 427 

Little, Harry J 138 

Little, Hugh T 41 

Little, Pierce J 428 

Little, Ralph B 136 

Little, Ralph V 412 

Livingston, Robert R.. 

__. 407, 472 

Livesay, William C 211 

Llewellyn, Lee 445 

Lloyd, Nafew J 439 

Lloyd, Thomas P 135 

*Lloyd, Willet 158 

Lloyd, William F. 401 

Lobdell, John B. 209 

Lochridge, Elbert E... 326 
Lochridge, Harvey H.- 327 

Locke, Alfred C 292 

Locke, M. E 167, 464 

Locke, R. D 141 

Lockett, James 220 

Lockett, Robert R 362 

Lockhart, Thomas E.. 218 
Lockhart, William C.-. 217 

Lockton, Walter J 422 

Lockwood, Charles E.. 313 

Lockwood, Howard T.- 321 

*Lockwood, William L. 32 

Lodge, Caleb N. 92 

Loehr, Leon L 340 

Logan, Allan 266 

Logan, G. King 

119, 371, 461 

Logan, Hugh J., Jr 231 

Logan, James P. 273 

Logan, John L 212 



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PAGE 

♦Logan, John S 67 

Logan, Samuel 371 

*Logan, Thomas C. 272 

Logan, Thomas U 170 

Logan, T. Muldrup, Jr. 372 

Logan, William A igo 

Logsdon, Hiram M 70 

Logue, James R.-- 242 

Long, Byford E. 66 

Long, Charles T 174 

Long, David M 230 

♦Long, Edmund P 97 

Long, Edward S 144 

Long, James W 43, 279 

Long, John C 157 

Long, Joseph F 85 

Long, Maxwell W 439 

Long, Robert P. 99 

Long, Will A 153 

Longino, Andrew H. -- 234 

Longins, Robert E 56 

Longnecker, Benjamin 

F 408 

Loomis, Arthur P. .292, 405 

Loomis, Bruce E 385 

Loomis, Clarence A. ._ 386 

Loomis, Frank H 374 

Loomis, George Wil- 
liam 374 

Loomis, Guy F 326 

Looney, Charles A 450 

Loose, Jacob C. 100 

Lopez, David H 336 

Lopez, Moses E.,Jr 406 

Losey, Lewis L., Jr 452 

Lott, George S 303 

Lotter, Henry H 448 

Louden, John H 66 

Louder, Charles M 89 

Loudon, Calvin B 128 

Loudon, Edward W.-- 

127, 258 

Loudon, Emory L 125 

Loudon, George W 128 

*Loudon, William D 125 

Loufburrow, Floyd 470 

♦Love, Francis E 51 

Love, William L 279 

♦Lovejoy, Benjamin G.- 140 

Lovejoy, Herman S 427 

Lovelace, Griffin M 415 

Lovelace, William H.. 217 

Lovett, Ralph E 392 

Lovett, Henry S 392 

Low, Arthur 223 

♦Low, Sam E 277, 466 

Lowder, Howard R 69 

Lowe, Edmond P 52 

Lowe, Ephraim N. 53 

Lowe, Robert J 262 

Lowe, Titus 44 



PAGE 

Lowell, George A 411 

Lowes, Forest M. 293 

Lowrey, Dwight M. 40 

Lowrie, William L. 227 

Lowry, J. Todd 364 

Lowry, Walter D 190 

Lucado, Albert W 211 

Lucado, Garland F 165 

Lucas, Maurice J. 152 

Ludlow, Edmund 189 

Ludlow, Stephen H 376 

Ludwig, Julius A 368 

♦Ludwig, William C 166 

Luedke, Walter J 352 

Luff, Henry T 158 

Lull, George F. ---310, 469 

Lung, George A 

135, 257, 461 

Lunt, Alexander D 404 

♦Lunt, George 184 

Lunt, Henry 430 

Lutgerding, George H. 419 

Lutz, John S 80 

Lyall, Dudley T -. 336 

Lybrand, Archibald, Jr. 37 

Lybrand, Edwin G 42 

Lybrand, Robert G 37 

Lyle, Ernest T 435 

Lyle, J. Irvine 434 

Lyle, John V 268 

Lyle, Robert T 434 

Lyman, David R 119 

♦Lyman, George D 117 

Lyman, Rollo L 327 

♦Lyman, Walter C.--84, 458 

Lyman, William L 357 

Lynch, J. Mortimer — 206 

Lynn, Melvin E 133 

Lyon, Edward W 172 

Lyon, Herbert H 424 

Lyon, William M 358 

Lyons, John S 240 

Mabry, Seth 216 

McAdoo, Walter D 97 

McAdoo, William D.-- 397 

Macafee, William 191 

McAllep, William R.-- 402 

McAllister, Fred A 45 

McAlpine, Robert L.-- 356 

*McAtee, William G..- 164 

McAuley, Thomas 'B.- 306 

McAvoy, George L 257 

McAvoy, Malcom 301 

McCaa, James C 49 

McCabe, Robert L 41 

McCabe, Walter F.-.. 

325, 438 

MacCalla, Clifford S-- 385 
McCallister, Edgar W. 302 
McCallum, Archibald- 51 



PAGE 

McCalmont, Robert--- 252 
McCann, Benjamin F.. 178 

McCann, George B 179 

McCann, Thomas A.-- 

178, 464 

McCann, William T.-- 48 

*McCardell, William H. 49 

McCartney, David H.- 401 

McCartney, John P 264 

McCarty, Isaac T 273 

McCaughey, William 

H ---194, 465 

McCauley, John 36 

McCaw, John A 326 

McCaw, Wallace E.-- 312 

McCeney, Edward M.. 307 

♦McClain, Andrew B.-- 87 

*McClain, Charles S.--- 88 

*McClain, David E 87 

McClain, HoytN 92 

McClain, John C 87 

McClain, Lorenzo D.-- 

87. 458 

McClamroch, James-- 247 

McClees, Jesse N 239 

McClees, William D.-. 

237, 257 

*McClellan, R. M no 

McClelland, George H. 133 
McClelland, James F.- 439 
McClintic, Charles P.- 213 
McClintic, William S.- 213 
McClintock, Arthur E. 377 
McClintock, Arthur H. 468 
McClintock, Ebenezer 

P, 106, 460 

McClintock, John M.-- 197 
McClintock, Sidney S.- 33 

McCloud, Imri L 306 

McClung, Alfred C..-- 45 
McClure, D. Stuart --- 273 
McClure, Harold M.-- 134 
McClure, Nathaniel S.- 226 

McClure, Zimra B 73 

McComas, Frederick 

W loi 

McComas, Joseph P.-- loi 
*McCollum, Edwin G.- 84 
McConaughy, John M. 124 
McConihay, John M... 177 
McConkey, George G.- 208 
McConkey, Samuel A. 211 
McConnell, Charles P, 191 
McConney, Porter D.- 292 
*McCord, Leonard W.- 

67, 84 

McCormick, Alfred F. 

42, 455 

McCormick, Andrew P. 

198, 266, 468 

McCormick, Raymond 458 



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PAGE 

McCormick, Robert S. 113 
McCormick, Thaddeus 

B 268, 466 

McCourtney, John H. 

173, 310 

McCoy, John H 340 

McCoy, Joseph H 290 

McCoy, Samuel A 428 

McCracken, John W.-- 42 

McCrary, Joseph 89 

McCray, Thomas Y., Jr. 321 
McCready, Robert P.- 174 
*McCreery, Samuel--62, 457 
McCreery, WilHam H. 252 
McCulloch, George E.- 319 
McCulloch, Robert A.- 438 
McCuUough.Charles H. 61 
McCullough, Edwin C. 198 
McCullough, James E. 69 
McCullough, Samuel 

G 38 

McCune, Henry L 290 

*McCune, Myron Q 291 

McCurdy, George E... 412 
McCurdy, Stephen O. 

B 62 

McCuskey, Frank B.-- 326 
McCutcheon, Benjamin 

F. 248 

McCutcheon, John T,. 246 

McDade, Elmer W 99 

McDermott, Joseph H. 445 
McDonald, Alexander 

V 353 

MacDonald, Dan. M. - 320 

McDonald, Dudley --- 165 

MacDonald, Ray G. -- 376 

McDonald, William F. 452 

♦McDonald, William H. 62 

♦McDonald, William N. 61 

♦McDonnell, William.Jr. 157 

♦McDonough, J. C. 85 

Macdougall,CharlesW. 440 
♦McDowell, George D.- 172 
McDowell, Nicholas,Jr. 265 
McEachern, Edward C. 397 
McEachern, Robert A. 397 
McEldowney, Fred K.- 375 
McElhone, Arthur J... 144 
♦McElree, Alexander S. 81 

McElroy, Emmet F 260 

McElroy, Henry S. -_- 267 

♦McElroy, Kennon 48 

McEwan, William L.- 265 
McFadden, Benjamin 

L. 188 

McFadden, Paul B 93 

MacFarlan, John W.__ 434 

McFarland, A. J 32 

McFarland, Bates 222 

McFarland, Baxter 48 



PAGE 

McFerrin, James M.-- 416 

McFerrin, John S 210 

McGaha, Arthur W.-- 217 
McGaffey, Mark W.-- 249 

McGarry, James F 321 

McGearv, Joseph 258 

McGee, Wiley H 234 

McGill, Ruell S 294 

McGill, William L 117 

*McGilvary, William M. 202 
McGinnis, George W.- 147 

McGinnis, Harry 269 

McGougan, James V.-- 396 
McGovern, Thomas F. 430 
McGovney, Dudley O. 

76, 458 

McGowan, Hiram 131 

McGown, William C.-- 362 

McGregor, John 70 

McGregor, Lane 390 

MacGregor, Thomas B. 199 
McGrew, Edward W.- 190 

McGrew, John A 320 

McGrorty, William B. 

272, 468 

McGuffie, John 103 

McGuire, Charles B... 103 
McGuire, Thomas W.- 62 
McHatton, Joseph A.-- 71 

McHenry, Orvin D 173 

McHenry, Thomas S.P. 281 
McHenry, Washington 

I 41 

Mcllhenny, Paul A 372 

Mcllhenney, Rufus A. 407 
Mcllvain, Ferree L.-- 

157, 463 

Mcllvaine, Robert D.- 117 
Mclndoe, George J. — 428 

Mclntire, Clark C 85 

Mclntire, Warren 453 

Mcintosh, Arthur T. -- 191 
Mcintosh, Burr W. --- 173 

Mcintosh, James R 48 

Mclntyre, Abner J. --- 55 
Mclntyre, Benjamin P. 97 

Mclntyre, Marvin 415 

Mclntyre, Thomas D.- 415 
Mclntyre, William H.- 362 

Mackall, Bruce 144 

Mackall, Louis, Jr 117 

McKee, Edwin J 126 

McKee, Samuel L 264 

McKell, James C 36 

McKelvey, David M. - 387 
McKelvey, Lucius B. - 316 
*McKelvey, William T. 

43, 455 

McKelway, Alexander 

J 204 

McKelway, David C-- 204 



PAGE 

McKenna, Charles M.. 453 
McKenna, Corey H. .. 353 
McKenny, Walter D. - 115 
McKenney, William R. 114 
McKenzie, Edward 415 

*MacKenzie, Robert S.- 156 
Mackey, Willis E.-102, 411 

McKinley, James S 100 

Mackintosh, George A. 286 
Mackintosh, George L. 286 
McKnight,Carl J 268 

♦McLahlan, Chesley D. 71 

McLain, Frank A. 51 

McLain, Moses G. 86 

McLallen, Henry D. ._ 74 
McLaughlin, D. Mau- 

jer 406 

McLaughlin, Grant B,. 407 

McLaughlin, Perry 128 

McLean, Angus W 396 

McLean, James L. 158 

McLean, John F 279 

McLean, Leland O. 457 

McLean, Robert D 57 

McLean, William C 300 

MacLeary, Samuel B.- 362 
McLemore, James L.-- 

118, 238 

McMahon, Asher 458 

McMahon, Charles M. 90 

♦McMahon, Elbert W. - 90 
McMasters, David M.- 63 

*McMasters, Robert M. 67 

McMeen, Robert 6l 

McMillan, Albert G. -- 217 
McMillan, Edward E- 

33, 76 

McMillan, Lewis R 217 

MacMillan, Matthew M. 273 
McMillan, WillettE.-- 275 
McMillen, Egede C. -- 197 

♦McMillen, William J.-- 106 

McMillin, John S 87 

McMillin, William B. - 87 

♦McMiller, Gilliland -.- 125 

♦McMullen, Alfred H. - 247 
McMullen, Cassius W. 91 
McMullen, Edwin C- ■]^ 
McMullen, Harry R,-- 

73, 91 g 

McMullen, Hugh D. 67, 84 

♦McMurray, James L.-- 411 
McMurray, Stonewall J. 362 
MacNab, Alexander 

Blake 454 

MacNab, James G 453 

McNab, Oscar 212 

McNeel, John A., Jr. .. 210 

McNeil, Edgar M 411 

McNeill, Edward R.-- 307 
McNeill, Guy A 307 



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499 



McNutt, Cyrus F 69 

McNutt, Grant 42 

McNutt, John G 71 

Macon, George W 218 

McPhail, Donald 202 

McPheeters, Joseph G. 67 
McPherson, Donald P. 126 

McPherson, John B 

125, 461 

McPherson, Norman C. 

126, 461 

"McPherson, Theodore 

H.N 60 

McPherson, William L. 125 
McQueen, John Walter 327 
McQueen, JohnWillard 88 

McRae, HenryC 328 

McRae, Tom 365 

McRae, William D 135 

McRae, William P 117 

McReynolds,Frederick 

W. 288 

Macrum, John W. 418 

Macrum, Newell 418 

McSurely, James E. 33, 198 
McSurely, William H.- 229 

♦McSwine, Robert 49 

MacVicar, Dana C. --- 359 
McWhorter, Charles N, 445 
McWilliams, Edward - 186 
♦McWilliams, James W. 187 
Maddocks, Royden K. 435 

Maddux, Martin L 303 

♦Madley,GoldsberryS.- 85 

Magaw, Addison S 93 

Magee, Ernest J 137 

Magee, Frank H. 256 

Magee, Guy, Jr 315 

Maghee, Guy H 190 

Magill, Charles E. 136 

Magly, George W 280 

Magoffin, William R.-- 268 

Magraw, Henry S. 171 

*Magruder, Bowie 97 

Magruder, Henry M.-_ 113 

Magruder, James M.-- 53 

*Magruder, Thomas S.- 49 

Maguire, Eugene L 430 

Maguire, George 167 

Maguire, Walter P 411 

Mahaffey, George F 43 

Mahone, William, Jr.-- 114 
Mahoney, Michael F. - 73 
Mahoney, William H.. 431 

Maize, Harry L. 137 

Makely, George McB. 102 
Mallon, Urban C.--150, 462 

Mallalieu, John T. 99 

Mallalieu, Joseph 96 

•Mallalieu, Joseph H... 331 
*Malone, James W. 53 



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Malone, Walter 54 

Maltby, Charles S 75 

*Man, Hugh P 392 

Manker, James L 39 

Manly, Marcellus 38 

Mann, .Bernard 116 

Mann, Charles A 249 

Mann, Joseph W 194 

Mann, William D. 248 

Mann, William H. G. - 427 
Manning, George L. _- 337 
Manning, William S.-- 113 
Manrique, Francisco J. 384 

Manns, Albert G 291 

Marble, Guilford L.-41, 228 

Marchand, Norval 62 

Marcy, Milford M 347 

Markey, Henry S 36 

Markle, Ozias J 226, 466 

Marks, Charles S 131 

•Marks, Nicholas M 157 

Marks, William M. -.- 435 
Marland, Ernest W. .- 277 

Marquardt, Jesse C 318 

Marr, Alem K 133 

Marr, David B 134 

Marr, Frank S. 132 

Marriot, John 44 

Marsh, Byron W 330 

♦Marsh, Frederick T. -- 134 

Marsh, William J. 331 

Marsh, William N 138 

Marshall, Andrew H.-- 70 
Marshall, Benjamin F. 330 
Marshall, Frederick H. 

166, 464 

Marshall, George G. -- 416 

Marshall, Harry S 411 

Marshall, Hugh R 190 

Marshall, Sherman L- 291 
Marshall, William S.-- 84 
Marshutz, Joseph H. -_ 293 
Marsteller, Charles A.- 
- 150, 245 

•Marsteller, George F.- 147 

Martin, Albert C. 55 

Martin, Alfred M 115 

Martin, Austin O.- 401 

Martin, Benjamin F. -- 38 

Martin, Edward R 385 

Martin, Elmer B. 325 

Martin, Elmer E 197 

Martin, Franz S 318 

Martin, Freeman D 453 

Martin, George F.P.-- 53 

Martin, Harry L. 401 

*Martin, J. Everett 141 

*Martin, Jabez 107 

*Martin, James G 107 

Martin, John G 120 

Martin, Joseph E 186 



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Martin, J. Spencer 45 

Martin, Nevins L 71 

Martin, Percival 412 

Martin, Robert A., Jr.- 117 

Martin, Roger 203 

Martin, Webb W - 294 

Martin, William A 119 

Martin, William C 52 

Martin, William E 52 

Martin, William K 287 

Martin, William L 343 

*Martin, William P 204 

Martindale, Edgar 357 

Mason, Augustus L. 88, 148. 
Mason, Claiborne R., 

Jr 113, 141 

Mason, Edward Y. 456 

Mason, Edwin K 343 

Mason, Elmer D. 92 

*Mason, George 114 

Mason, John C 86 

Mason, Owen R 472 

Mason, Simon B. 464 

Mason, Starr M 205 

Mason, William L 275 

Mason, William R 358 

Massie, Charles G. 168, 180 

Massie, JohnH 179 

Massie, Patrick C 116 

Mateer, Elwood G 174 

Matheny, Robert 274 

Mather, Frank M. 276 

Mather, Stephen T 380 

*Mathers, Robert A 194 

Matheson, Alexander 

E 325 

Matheson, William D. 384 
Mathews, Charles S.-. 280 

Mathews, Clyde M 295 

Mathias, Lee D. 92 

Matlack, Charles P.-.- 158 

Matson, Isaac B 456 

*Matson, Wade H 134 

Matteson, B. Wynne-- 431 

Matteson, Victor A 292 

Mathews, I5enjamin F, 73 

Mathews, John E 223 

Mathews, Winfield S.- 185 

Mattocks, John E. 397 

Mattox, Willard S 300 

Matty, Leo J 440 

Maul, Webster R. 131 

Mauze, Joseph L 205 

Maverick, Lewis 364 

Maxey, Edward R. — 

115, 209 

Maxey, Robert M 237 

Maxwell, Earl C. 445 

Maxwell, Howard 68 

Maxwell, John D 170 

Maxwell, Leo C 33 



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Maxwell, William A., 

Jr 174, 412 

May, Bernardino F 100 

May, John 119 

May, John W 236 

May, Montgomery 195, 264 

May, Thomas J 194 

Mayer, Alfred G 337 

*Mayer, Levy P 67 

Mayers, Albert W 42 

Mayers, Charles R 177 

Maynard, Joseph D... 

352, 406 

Mayne, Charles M. 326 

Mays, John P 212 

*Meacham, George H.- 

325, 390 

Mead, Clifford H 378 

Meade, Franklyn B. .. 311 
Meade, Robert M. .212, 445 
Meade, William E. --- 54 

Meaders, Egbert A 56 

Meaders, Thomas G..- 57 

Meadows, Frank H 327 

Meadows, Thomas C- 414 

Means, George W 133 

Means, Howard C. .294, 343 
Meecham, Elmer E,.. 342 

Meeker, James D. 380 

Meeker, Ray D. 151 

Megargee, George L.-- 

137, 258 

Mehaffey, David R 257 

Meiklejohn, George D. 273 
Melendy, George E..- 426 

Melick, Pulaski 97 

Melon, Delos C 52 

Mellish, Frederick C- 280 

Melish, John H 300 

Melish, Thomas G 301 

Meloy, Harry C 74 

Meloy, John C. 80 

Melton, Allen K 68 

Memminger, Allard--- 114 
Memminger, Edward 

R 114 

Menaugh, Calvin C 67 

♦Mendell, Clarence 381 

Mendenhall, Harlan 

G 171 

Menefee, James A. 166 

Mercer, David H 330 

Mercer, Frank B 134 

Mercer, Winfield R... 387 
Merchant, Frank D.-- 391 

*Meredith, Bion D.-227, 273 
Meredith, Elliott B 212 

♦Meredith, Henry C.--- 68 
Merriam, Harry B 310 

*Merriman, James L. -- 135 
Merrifield, Albert W- 292 



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Merrill, Charles W..-- 

149, 286 

Merrill, Louis C 472 

Merrill, Robert T 325 

Merrill, Samuel, Jr 287 

Merrill, William H., 

Jr 312 

Merrick, George P 187 

Merritt, Thomas P 131 

Merritt, William C 

173, 228 

Mervine, Nicholas P.- 133 
Merz, Charles H 228 

*Merz, Karl 228 

Metcalf, Charles S. --- 356 

Metcalf, George W 356 

Metcalf, Harry B 427 

Metcalf, Robert B 435 

Mettler, Amzi W 131 

Meyer, Edgar L. 316 

Meyers, John C. 222 

*Michael, Jacob E 468 

Michler, A. Kirtland.. 171 
Michler, Richard M... 173 

Mick, Edward L 88 

Micou, James R 115 

*Middleton, William F. 197 

Mikesell, Simon P 122 

Miles, George D. 132 

Millard, William A loi 

Milliner, Quincy E 77 

♦Mills, Alfred E 164 

Mills, Henry J. 439 

Mills, S. A 467 

Mills, Walter H 280 

Millson, Frank M 333 

Millspaugh, Basil S. -_ 453 
Milward, Russell H. ._ 441 

Miller, Alexander J 231 

Miller, Arthur M 228 

Miller, Bert F 150 

Miller, Charles C 459 

Miller, Charles F 90 

♦Miller, Charles H 384 

Miller, Clarence A 227 

Miller, Clifford N. 299 

Miller, Daniel E. 470 

Miller, David F 103 

Miller, David I. ---301, 415 
Miller, Dudley B. -.85, 300 

Miller, Dwight E 445 

Miller, Dwight O 278 

Miller, E. L 107 

Miller, Edward B. 41 

♦Miller, Edward G no 

Miller, Edward W 385 

Miller, Elwood A. 172 

Miller, Florence C 273 

Miller, Frank 318 

♦Miller, Frank E 90 

Miller, Frank T 98 



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PAGE 

George H 440 

Henry S. 227 

Hugh H. 415 

Ira H 318 

Ira M. 40 

James A 306 

John A. 84 

John C 48 

John D 56 

John F. 227 

J. Norris 440 

Joseph A. 419 

Lewis S. G 212 

Marion M 229 

Milton V 127 

Mortimer C 273 

Newman 376 

Richard K 85 

Richard M.J.-- 66 

Robert A 41 

Robert L. 206 

Roy C. J 42 

Rush D 288 

Schuyler W 331 

Shrewsbury B,- 246 

Thomas J 140 



William G 

William Leg- 



209 

440 
392 



William Lott 

William R 212 

William W., Jr. 113 
lligan, Charles H... 171 

lligan, Fitz J. 284 

Ine, Mark H 422 

Iner, James B 

71,245, 457 

Iner, Purnell M. --- 370 

ner, Frank N 377 

ncey, Julian N 364 

nnich, Michael R.-_ 123 

nnick, Guy F 353 

nnick, Paul W 353 

nton, Rufus C. 74 

nor, Alphonse R. 372 

nor, Butler B 382 

nor, H. Dent 118 

nor, Henry L 252 

nor, James C. 116 

skimen, William A.- 295 

tchell, Albert S 85 

tchell, Austin B 212 

tchell, Edward D.-- 

257, 267 

tchell, Harley B 177 

tchell, James V 67 

tchell, John A 307 

tchell, John F., Jr.._ 463 
tchell, Leander P... 147 
tchell, Mathew R.-- 61 
tchell, Paul O 43 



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Mitchell, Robert H 

257, 267 

Mitchell, Samuel H 247 

Mitchell, Ulysses W... 54 

Mitchell, Wayne A 397 

Mitchell, William 

Charles 375 

Mitchell, William 

Comer 280 

Mitchell, William 

Conner 76 

Mitchell, William Con- 

stantine 67 

Mitchell, Wilson 158 

Mitchner, Charles W.- 89 

Mix, Charles W 102 

Mize, Carl 268 

Mockett, John H., Jr.-- 330 

Mogenson, Peter 292 

Molina, Antonio A., Jr. 336 

Molton, William F 218 

*Monath, Walter S 127 

Moncure, William E. - 113 
*Monette, William H.-- 56 

Monk, Alonzo, Jr.- 416 

Monk, Carl 415 

Monks, Leander J 67 

Monroe, Alfred C. 157 

Monroe, F. Adair, Jr.-- 371 

Monroe, John R 223 

Monroe, J. Blanc 372 

Montague, Wallace R. 324 
•Montgomery, Charles 

P 52 

♦Montgomery, David M. 106 
Montgomery, Edward 

E. 176 

Montgomery, Harvey 

D. 196 

Montgomery, Hiram 

w : 357 

Montgomery, J. H 44 

Montgomery, Jesse S.- 49 
Montgomery, John M.- 52 
Montgomery, Orbra F. 72 
Montgomery, Oscar H. 195 
Montgomery, Robert 

D 333 

Montgomery, Samuel 

E. 52 

Montgomery, Walters. 195 
Montgomery, William 

H 51 

Montgomery, William 

S. 411 

Monypeny, George B.. 319 

Moon, Byron G 344, 453 

Moon, Edgar L. 374 

Mooney, David E. 42 

IVIoore, Alexander W.- 120 
Moore, Baxter S 120 



PAGE 

Moore, Cecil H. 368 

Moore, Edwin E. 153 

Moore, Howard D 151 

*Moore, Jacob A. 140 

Moore, John Losey 378 

*Moore, John Luther — 195 

Moore, John T 217 

Moore, John W. 284 

Moore, Joseph H 156 

Moore, Louis R. 327 

Moore, Mark H. 284 

Moore, Philip B 307 

*Moore, Robert B 310 

Moore, Robert S. 76 

Moore, Thomas, Jr. — 40 

Moore, Thomas R 119 

Moore, Walter W. 203 

Moore, William A 411 

Moore, William P.- 165, 203 

Moore, William U 439 

Moores, Charles B 146 

Moores, Charles W 

149, 286 

Moores, Merrill 148 

*Moorman, Edwin C 162 

Moran, John P. 453 

Morgan, Carey E 149 

Morgan, Charles D 211 

Morgan, Charles G 163 

Morgan, Edward L 93 

Morgan, Frank B. 449 

Morgan, George N. 290 

Morgan, Harry L 199 

Morgan, Henry H 351 

Morgan, James W 231 

Morgan, John A 174 

*Morgan, John B 292 

Morgan, Louis 149, 462 

Morgan, Monroe G 56 

Morgan, William D.-- 99 

Morgan, William H. . 288 

Morris, Chester 249 

Morris, Edward W 357 

Morris, Gavin C 269 

Morris, John F. L, 102 

Morris, John W. 32 

Morris, Noble D 87 

Morris, Thomas C 318 

Morris, Thomas S 179 

Morrison, J. Howard-- 350 

Morrison, James — 119, 205 

Morrison, James L. D.- 278 

Morrison, Julian K 56 

Morrison, Ralph E 360 

Morrison, Ralph W 360 

Morse, Charles E.-ig6, 465 

*Morse, Ellsworth H.-- 178 

Morse, Frank 195 

Morse, Frank R 178 

Morse, Harry W. 418 

Morse, Horace B 195 



PAGE 

Morsell, William F. C. 140 
Mortland, Arthur C... 34 

•Morton, Charles F 205 

Morton, James A 39 

Morton, John R 202 

Morton, Marshall 205 

Mosby, Samuel B. 165 

Moss, Edmund S 186 

Moss, Robert L. 52 

Motter, Joshua 123 

Moulton, Arthur W 423 

Moulton, John C.--419, 429 

Moulton, Sam F 401 

Moulton, William L.-- 431 

Mowers, Saxe W 287 

Mowry, Clarence H... 

190, 358 

Muckleroy, James A.- 363 

Mudge, William D 41 

Muehlberg, Edward-- 298 

Mueller, Oscar B 292 

Muhlenberg,CharlesH. 312 
Muhlenberg, Frederick 

H 173, 311 

Muhlenberg, Nicholas 

H 173 

Muir, James A. 276 

Muir, John W 344 

Mulford, Ephriam R.. 120 

Mullen, James 167, 238 

Mullin, Alfred F 96, 459 

*Munford, Morrison — no 
Munford, Roderick S.- 75 
Muiiford, Thomas G.-- 166 
Munger, Charles W..- 277 
Munnerlyn, Frank L.- 

54, 218 

Munns, Charles O 274 

Munroe, Archibald 128 

Munroe, Daniel E 178 

Munroe, James A. 430 

Munson, Reginald 227 

Murdoch, George H., 

Jr. 276 

Murdock, William F. - 288 

Murphy, Daniel H. 353 

Murphy, Hanson F 396 

Murphy, Harry A. 288 

Murphy, James B. 371 

Murphy, Joseph W 74 

Murphy, Leroy E. 33 

Murphy, Richard M.-- 372 
Murphy, Timothy A.-- 306 
Murphy, William K.-- 354 

Murray, Charles T 68 

Murray, Walter F 301 

Murry, John W 265 

Musselman, Joseph F.- 435 

Mussey, Henry R. 327 

Myers, Calvin R. 48 

Myers, Henry C 49 



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Myers, Joseph H 230 

*Myers, Legh R 123 

Mvers, Louis W 351 

♦Myers, Patrick S 48 

Myers, Quincey A 148 

Myers, Robert H 147 

Myers, Thomas C 401 

Myers, William B. 173, 468 
Myers, William R 70 

Nadal, Thomas W 98 

Nagel, Mortimer L 316 

Nagle, Ross C 378 

Nalley, Thomas J., Jr.- 450 
Nance, Theodore L. .. 153 

Napier, Walter P. 365 

Nash, Alexander Q 216 

Nash, Wiley N 50 

Nash, William T 363 

Nash, William W. 51 

Nate, Joseph C 341 

Nate, Raymond J 341 

Nattinger, George W.- 277 

Nave, Samuel M 468 

Nazro, Robert M 253 

Neale, Robert C 363 

Neare, Clifford R.-300, 405 

*Nebeker, Jasper 85 

Needham, Lewis C. — 199 

Neel, Thomas M 416 

Neely, Henry M 445 

*Neeson, William G 114 

*Ne£f, JohnE 68 

Negley, James S., Jr.-- 273 
Neill, C. Edmond 44 

*Nell, Thomas H 118 

Nelson, Ben B. 230 

Nelson, Fred W 352 

Nelson, Horatio H 274 

Nelson, James 140 

Nelson, John M. 333 

Nelson, Lockhart 228 

Nelson, Robert S. K.-- 392 

Nelson, William W 359 

Nesbit, Donald 144 

Nesbit, Edwin C 181 

Nesbit, Harrison 314 

Nesbitt, John H 60 

Neville, George L 239 

Neville, Joseph H 239 

Neville, Warren J 354 

Nevin, David W. 171 

*Nevin, Joseph P 171 

Nevin, William C. 102 

New, Burt 74 

New, Harry S 148 

New, Willard 72 

Newberger, Louis 147 

Newburn, John K 410 

Newdick, Edwin W.-- 431 
Newell, Ernest M 411 



PAGE 

Newell, Leland B 342 

Newgord, Julius G., Jr. 393 

Newhart, Horace 428 

Newhouse, Charles E.- 88 
Newhouse, Finley D,-- 88 
Newlin, Edgar C 264 

*Newman, Charles H.-- 162 
Newman, George O.-- 36 
Newman, George P. C, 185 

Newman, James W 36 

Newman, Jonathan W, 66 
Newman, William B.-- 

166, 218 

Newsom, Edward B... 363 

Newton, Arthur L 430 

Newton, Charles E., Jr. 

407, 472 

Newton, Cleveland A.- 449 

Newton, Edward E 358 

Newton, James S 311 

Nichols, Allen J 353 

Nichols, Austin W 96 

Nichols, Bernard C 419 

Nichols, George E. 352 

Nichols, Henry D 300 

Nichols, J. E 98 

Nicholson, James C 99 

Nicholson, Ulysses H.. 76 
Nicholson, Watson -74, 418 

*Nickle, Alexander A.- 

107, 460 

Nides, F. H 467 

Niehoff, Nathaniel J.-- 343 
Niles, Stanley A.--151, 288 

Niles, William A 377 

Nirdlinger, Max 122 

*Nixon, Charles 346 

Noble, Charles A 380 

Noble, Daniel W 244 

Noble, Edward F. 158 

Noble, Irvine M 419 

Noble, Willis C. 472 

Noblett, William H.-- 258 

Nolan, Harry E 364 

Nolan, James T 51 

Norcross, Frederic F.- 324 

Norcross, John V 324 

Norland, Luther A 186 

Norman, George M 71 

*Norman, Walter G 236 

*Norman, Wesley W.-- 72 

Norrell, Albert G. 223 

Norris, James S 185 

Norris, Jewett 319 

Norris, John R 324 

Norris, Walter B 319 

Northrop, Allen B 324 

*Northrop, Benjamin -- 148 

Northrop, Howard 172 

Norton, Gilbert H 370 

Norton, Percy 40 



PAGE 

Norton, Samuel R 340 

Norton, Spencer K 199 

Nottingham, Thomas J., 

Jr 368 

*Nourse, Charles J. 171 

*Noyes, Frank H 404 

Noyes, Theodore W.-- 142 

Nuckolls, Rupert B.-- 210 

Nufer, Julius J 280, 377 

Null, Harry, H., Jr 136 

Nunn, David A 362 

Nutt, John J 189, 427 

Nutt, William H 33 

Nutter, Charles L. 313 

Nye, Carl M 293 

Nye, Evans M 353 

Nye, George L 277 

Nye, Robert 293 

Oakland, Harry G 354 

Oberlin, Thomas W. 43, 455 

Oberne, William 354 

O'Connell, John G 299 

Oehler, Frederick C.-- 358 

Offutt, Newton 37 

Ogden, A. Scudder — 39 

Ogden, Arthur J 376 

*Ogden, George, Jr 

132, 158, 463 

Ogden, HoraceG 92 

Ogden, James M 92 

Ogilvie, Roy K 449 

Ogle, Alfred N 306 

O'Hagan, Charles J., Jr. 397 

Ohmer, George E. 211 

Okes, Day I 393 

Olcott, John M 86 

Olcott, William W 89 

Old, Richard A..--I18, 238 

Old, Walter R 238 

Old, William L.---I18, 238 

O'Leary, John W 406 

O'Leary, Wesley A 428 

Olewine, Henry 127 

Oliphant, Fidelio H.-- 156 

Oliphant, Robert C 337 

Oliver, Karl H 431 

Olmsted, Charles H.-_ 385 

Olney, Edward J 177 

Olsen, Sterling H 392 

O'Malley, Michael H.- 430 

O'Neal, Alexander H.- 128 

O'Neal, Alfred M., Jr.. 416 

*0'Neal, George E 62 

O'Neall, John H 67 

Opdyke, Stacv B., Jr.-- 157 

Opitz, Russell B 452 

Oppenhimer, William 

T 164 

Orcutt, Harold W 430 

Orcutt, Julian D 430 



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PAGE 

Orear, Charles D. --92, 279 

Orem, William L loi 

Ormsbee, Addison C.-- 405 

Orr, Charles A 76, 119 

Orr, George M. 272 

Orr, James R 342 

Orr, Lawrence F. 463 

Orr, Thomas B. 70 

Orr, Thomas E 341 

Osborn, RoyT 358 

Osborn, Samuel L 67 

Osgood, Farley 314 

Osgood, Paul M 429 

O'Shea, John E. 439 

Osterstock, Edward L. 174 

Oswald, Hugo E. 406 

Oswalt, Ralph L. 45 

Ould, William L. 202 

Overfield, Peter D 258 

*Overholt, Henry C 

135, 173, 464 

Overman, Eugene v.- - 228 

Overman, Leslie E 227 

Overstreet, Orsa F 91 

*Overstreet, Ralph 91 

Overton, Garland B.-- 414 

*Oviatt, C. Casper 319 

*Owen, Archibald 203 

Owen, Charles H 187 

Owen, Charles L 178 

Owen, Jacob E 327 

Owen, John J 177 

Owen, Rufus 204 

Owen, William E.-I15, 203 
Owens, Benjamin H.-- 239 

Owens, Cleon C 265 

Owens, James M 212 

*Owens, Lewis 244 

Owens, Wilkins H 294 

*Owsley, Casey M.-267, 468 

Owsley, Henry F 438 

Oyster, Frank R 136 

Pace, James R 237 

Pace, William G 236 

Packard, Lawrence R. 332 

Page, Alexander G 419 

Page, Charles F 324 

Page, Eugene R 376 

Page, Herbert C 212 

• Page, Robert S 37 

Page, Walter B. 39 

Paine, Charles B 314 

Painter, Emerick H.-- 131 

Painter, Joseph H 242 

Palen, William D. 337 

Palmer, Charles H 200 

Palmer, Edward P 

312, 368, 471 

Palmer, Ransom D 

116, 217, 460, 466 



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*Palmer, Stephen D 112 

Palmer, Thomas W..- 217 

♦Palmer, William M 415 

Pancoast, Richard M.- 158 

*Papin, F. Sidney 252 

Parham, John L 236 

*Parham, Packard P.-- 216 

Parker, Clifford 258 

Parker, Frank L 378 

Parker, George W 427 

Parker, James P 372 

Parker, John B 96 

Parker, John F 39 

Parker, LeRoy 143 

Parker, Lindsay R 439 

Parker, Robert B 370 

Parker, Thomas S 96 

*Parker, Thomas U. 62 

Parker, Thornton J 143 

*Parker, William H 291 

Parkinson, Lee A 353 

Parks, Bert H 378 

Parks, Howell A. G... 354 

Parks, Lewis W 354 

Parks, Tillman B.-I18, 363 

Parlin, John A 302, 435 

*Parmele, Courtney 267 

Parmenter, Walter C- 276 

*Parrish, Ezra B 186 

Parrish, James S. 312 

Parrott, George 68 

Parrott, Henry E.----- 36 

♦Parrott, John 36 

♦Parrott, William 36 

Parry, Augustus N., Jr. 431 

Parry, Thomas W 265 

♦Parsons, Erastus J 162 

Parsons, Charles H 148 

Parsons, Milton F 149 

Partridge, Edward B.- 419 

Partridge, Fred O 328 

Paschall, Reginald D.- 416 

Pate, Walter T 56 

♦Patrick, Charles S 267 

♦Patrick, Harry A 266 

♦Patrick, William S 136 

Patten, George W 242 

♦Patterson, Alfred J 60 

Patterson, Charles A.- 333 

Patterson, James A 91 

Patterson, Robert C- 416 

Patterson, Robert D.-- 316 
Pattison, Edward M., 

Jr 301 

Pattison, William F..- 44 

Patton, Benjamin F., Jr. 446 

♦Patton, David 60 

Patton, Henry B 92 

Patton, John C. 173 

♦Patton, Julius A 203 

Patton, Oliver B 113 



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Patty, Henry M 223 

Paul, Clarence R 184 

Pauly, James A. 418 

Pauly, Paul 419 

Paxton, Alexander M., 

Jr 164 

Paxton, E. Frank 165 

Paxson, Francis A loi 

Payne, Frank T 372 

Payne, Fletcher A 92 

•'Payne, Herman C 92 

Payne, Horton K 371 

Peabody, George F 273 

Peace, JosephH 53 

Peace, Willis G. 397 

Peak, Charles N 73 

Peale, Granville P. 147 

Pearce, Harry T. loi 

Pearce, Harvey G 377 

Pearce, Levi 165 

Pearsall, Frederick L.- 397 

Pearson, E. Dorwin 75 

Pearson, John 459 

Pearson, Joseph 94 

Pearsons, Henry A 184 

Pechin, John S 313 

Peck, Charles F 281 

Peck, Harry L. 187 

Peck, Louis T 321 

Peck, M.Wood Crim-- 446 

Peck, Robert L 166 

Peck, Roy R 280 

Peck, William A 280 

Peckham, John G 357 

Pedlow, GeorgeW. 103, 460 

Peebles, William B.--. 218 

^Peek, George M. 112 

Peet, Charles M 326 

Peete, William J 113 

Peirce, Eugene C 375 

Peirce, George L 431 

Peirce, Martin L. 250 

Pellet, Clarence S 324 

Pellett, James S 359 

Pellman, Oliver K 136 

Pelton, Daniel A.--277, 347 

Pelton, Roger T 440 

Pence, Edward H 197 

Pence, Lafayette.- 195, 465 

Pendleton, Carleton H. 190 

Penhallow, Henry B... 419 

Penn, Harrison S 119 

Penn, Harry W. 45 

Pennington, Ephraim 

D. -- . 268 

Penquite, William 42 

Pentzer, Frederick S.-- 356 

Peoples, James A. 416 

Percy, Arthur S 311 

Peregrine, Harry G 392 

Perham, Frank S 431 



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Ferine, Fred A 377 

Ferine, Le Roy E. 376 

Pering, Thomas C 67 

Perkins, Darleigh R._- 372 
Perkins, George 113 

♦Perkins, John H 50 

Perkins, Reed i\I 343 

Perkins, Robert J. 370 

Perkins, Robert N 211 

Perkins, William M.-- 113 

♦Ferric, Edward L 97 

Ferrine, Thomas A 62 

Ferrine, William K; — 61 
Perry, Henry C. 431 

*Perry, John W 84 

Perry, Thomas L 440 

Ferryman, Erastus S.- 216 

Persons, Joseph K 274 

Peter, Arthur 118 

Peters, Arthur H 250 

Peters, George B., Jr.- 163 
Peters, Herbert G.- 1 16, 209 

Peters, Norman W 331 

Peterson, Arthur O 93 

Peterson, Hans F 333 

*Peterson, Henry G 291 

Fettet, Archibald 54 

Fettijohn, Charles F.-- 358 
Fettit, Edgar M 89 

*Fettit, Robert E.--156, 463 
Fettit, William L.,Jr.- 386 

Few, John H 316 

Phares, Carl 303 

Fhellis, Charles, Jr. --- 37 

Phelps, Alfred H 189 

Phelps, Frederick 230 

Phelps, John W 266 

Phelps, Olney W 472 

Phillips, Carl 357 

Phillips, Charles W, -- 57 
Phillips, Clarence R.-- 384 

♦Phillips, David A 54 

Phillips, George L 387 

Phillips, John O 363 

Phillips, Murray, Jr 448 

Phillips, Peter P. 142 

Phillips, Rozelle J 422 

Phillips, Thomas E 131 

Phillips, Thomas H. .- 157 

Phillips, Jones P. 131 

Piatt, John J 37, 455 

Piatt, Robert M 69 

Fickard, Edward W... 291 

Pickels, Henry C 172 

Pickering, Woodell A.- 249 

Pickett, Henry H. 211 

Pickrell, John 114 

Fickrell, Percy C 191 

Fierce, Carleton C 445 

Pierce, Clarence S 91 

Pierce, E. B 248 



PAGE 

Fierce, Elliott H 381 

Pierce, Elmer A 330 

Pierce, Frank L 312 

Pierce, Harry F 143 

Fierce, Joseph C. 112 

Pierce, Josiah, Jr. 310 

*Fierce, Warren 102 

Fierce, William H 336 

Pierce, Winslow S. 124, 272 

Pierson, Joseph O. 371 

Pierson, Ward W. 191 

Pifer, Charles W 246 

Pike, Vinton R 465 

Pillow, Ernest 222 

Pillsbury, Arthur L 292 

Fillsbury, Charles H.-- 429 
Finckard, William F. - 162 
Pinnell, Homer F. 92 

*Pitcher, Henry C 60 

Pitman, Homer F. 419 

Pitt, Rafford 439 

Pittman, Frank H 350 

*Pittman, John D 112 

Pittman, Matthias B..- 352 
Flannett, James 134 

*Flant, William 54, 457 

Piatt, Charles C 407, 472 

Piatt, Chauncey B 307 

Piatt, Francis W 406 

Piatt, Franklin C 41 

Piatt, Isaac 406 

Playter, Wellington A. 450 

Flitt, Howard M 239 

Plowman, Marcus M.-- 453 
Plumer, William B...- 428 
Foehler, Franklin T.-- 391 
Poehler, Frederick C- 392 

Foehler, Walter C 391 

Foehler, William A 391 

Foindexter, William -- 223 

Folk, WinfredW 321 

Pollard, Charles R. --- 295 
Pollard, Henry R. 141 

*Pollard, Reuben T 48 

Pollock, DeCourcy M.- 328 
Pollock, Garnette A. -- 32 

Pomeroy, Clarke E 401 

Pond, Francis J. 410 

Fonder, James W. 217 

Pope, Asa William. 1 15, 209 
Pope, Irwin 209 

*Porter, D. B 142 

Porter, Don C 400 

Porter, Frances L. 163 

Porter, Horace C 293 

Porter, James P. 76 

Porter, John F. 341 

Porter, John W. 287 

Porter, Lucius C. 327 

Porter, Matthew B. 204 

Porter, Robert K 293 



PAGE 

Porter, Robert W. 119 

Porter, William M 242 

Porterfield, Charles — 

116, 165, 460 

Fortser, Iden M. --136, 257 

Posey, John F 54 

Posey, Joseph A 55 

*Posey, William F. 54 

Post, Arthur L. 444 

Post, Herbert E 295 

Potter, Elbert K. 419 

Potter, George H 408 

Potter, Henry A. --172, 256 

Potter, Joseph D. 319 

Potter, Ralph F 341 

Potts, Richard 118 

Potts, Thomas N 237 

Potts, William N 48 

Powell, Chester H 392 

Powell, Edward E.-89, 196 

Powell, Edward T 43 

Powell, Edwin S 152 

Powell, Eugene 38 

Powell, John F 90 

Powell, Luke 434 

Powell, Nathan 196 

Powell, Philip B 165 

Powell, Roland D. 100 

Powell, Thomas E 37 

*Fowell, William G. -.- 177 

*Fowers, Isaac 90 

Frail, John A 267 

Prater, William W 223 

Frather, Benjamin V. - 92 

Prather, Hugh E 364 

Frather, Martin L 67 

Pratt, Calvin B 312 

Pratt, Clarence H. 144 

Pratt, Francis E.--385, 404 

Pratt, James I 444 

Pratt, Orville C. 382 

Pratt, Purnel B 259 

Prentiss, Frederick L.- 276 

Prescott, Benjamin F.- 430 

Prescott, Clinton T 91 

Prestley, Frank E 230 

Prestley, John L 230 

Preston, John 38 

*Preston, Samuel C 86 

Price, Arthur E. 190 

Price, James E 168 

Price, James H 54 

Price, James W. 178 

Price, Joseph W. 135 

Price, Loring T. 359 

Price, Risdon H 163 

Price, Robert T 80 

*Price, Robert W. 62 

Price, William J 266 

Pricer, William E. 226 

Priest, Harry R. 45 



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505 



PAGE 

Priestly, Charles S 50 

Prime, William J 188 

Probasco, Ramsey 302 

Provosty, Lucian M.-- 371 

Prowell, George R 226 

Prussing, Eugene E... 272 

Pugh, Horace- 76 

Pugh, Joseph N 231 

Pulis, Charles C 331, 470 

Purcell, Royal E 194 

Purdy, Edward A 327 

Purdy, George C 404 

Purdy, Clarence N 74 

Purinton, E. Earle 180 

Purinton, John A.--181, 446 

Purvis, William R 209 

Putnam, Charles E 39 

Putnam, Edmund W.. 441 
Putnam, Frederick W. 311 

Putnam, Glen H 264 

Putnam, Sidney H, — 439 

Quicke, James M 116 

Queal, Smith B. 43 

Quigley, Ernest 360 

Quimby, William E.-- 336 

Quin, Hugh L 234 

Quin, Hugh S 52 

*Quin, James M 50 

Quin, Louis R 51 

Quin, William E 

50, 234, 216 

♦Quinche, Alexander J. 51 

Radcliffe, Wallace 61 

Rader, Arch F. 444 

Rader, William loo 

Radford, G. R 173 

Raht, Frederick A. ___ 336 

Raht, Julius D 165, 209 

Raiford, William S 53 

Railey, Edward B 435 

Railton, Hincks E. A.. 380 
Rainbolt, Napoleon A. 67 

Rainey, Frank G 333 

Rainey, Frank L 246 

Rainey, Ralph R 333 

Rainsford, Thomas H.- 164 
Ramey, Samuel S. B.. 125 

Ramsay, James H 397 

Ramsdell, E. Erastus - 275 

Ramsden, Henry A 385 

Randall, Albert V 287 

Randall, Asa G. 427 

Randall, John G 326 

*Randolph,FrederickW 187 
'Randolph, Freeman -- 50 

Rankin, Court 33 

Rankin, James C 126 

Ranno, Fred W 312 

Ransdell, Daniel M. -- 8s 



PAGE 

Ransdell, William J... 246 

Ransom, Paul B 190 

Ransom, Tom W 380 

Rapp, George L 294 

Ratcliff, William W... 222 

*Ratliff, Rufus 247 

Ratliflf, Joseph 301 

Rawles, Charles L 74 

Rawlins, Steven C 191 

Rawson, Harry D 314 

Ray, Charles M 172 

Ray, Clary 174, 311, 464 

Ray, Fisk M 374 

Ray, Henry C 146 

Ray, James P 293 

Ray, John S 311 

Ray, Victor 311 

*Ray, Winfield S 146 

Raymond, Arthur B.-- 407 
Raymond, Charles U.- 146 
Raymond, Clarence B. 351 
Raymond, Daniel W.- 419 
Raymond, Frederick D. 184 
Raymond, Thomas U.- 150 

Read, Abram C. 204 

Read, Augustus C 410 

Read, Charles E. 327 

Read, Isaac M 204 

Read, Jewett V 435 

Reading, Robert K 336 

Ream, Harry W.--I98, 288 

Recker, Carlos 151 

Rector, James B 363 

Redington,RichmondB. 144 

Redwine, Rob't B 396 

Reed, Albert G. 414 

Reed, Charles 456 

Reed, Charles E T], 458 

Reed, Charles S 42 

Reed, Elgar 400 

Reed, Joseph G 98 

Reed, Leonidas S. 112 

Reed, Murry E 456 

Reed, Percy L 386 

Reed, Richard C 202 

Reed, S. O 131 

Reed, Stephen Erast- 

mas 206 

Reed, Theodore R 77 

*Reed, Wilson T 306 

Reed, Worth 244 

Reeder, Earl L 34 

Reeder, Edward C. — 315 

Reese, Henry F 218 

Reeves, Lewis M 43 

Reichner, George G.-- 259 

Reid, Barnes 114 

Reid, Clemence P 137 

*Reid, H. Packman 106 

Reid, John D 287 

*Reid, John H. 163 



PAGE 

Reid, William M 166 

Reifsnyder, Ralph S.-- 128 
Reilley, Crawford S.-- 276 
Reiner, George J 277 

*Reinhold, Milton C.-.- 136 
Reinicker, George H._ 99 

*Reisinger, John 133 

Remington, George W. 247 

*Remington, Tom 351 

Remson, David M 217 

Rencher, William T.-- 284 

Rendall, John B 467 

Renfroe, Noah P 217 

Renick, Felix M. 210 

Renshaw, W. E. 135 

Reppert, Edmund H.. 134 
Reser, Alva O 245 

*Reser, James W 287 

Ressler, Carthon H 147 

Retherford, Austin 74 

Retter, Ray J. G. 464 

Reynauld, Bruner B... 212 
Reynolds, Andrew E.- 

245, 286 

Reynolds, Benjamin R. 468 

Reynolds, Charles 36 

Reynolds, Clarence G. 227 
Reynolds, Edward L.- 301 
Reynolds, George M.- 340 
Reynolds, Harrie N.-- 229 

*Reynolds, Jacob T. 100 

^Reynolds, James S 49 

*Reynolds, John F.--89, 458 
Reynolds, Pembroke S. 287 
Reynolds, Walter H.-- 229 

Rhame, George A 391 

Rhea, Frank H 343 

Rhea, Leon M. 343 

Rhea, William D 414 

*Rhetts, Charles A 73 

Rhoads, Alfred M 97 

Rhoads, J. Newton 99 

*Rhymes, Adolphus P.. 234 
Rhymes, Theodore N.. 234 

Riale, Franklin N 227 

Rice, Charles A. 343 

Rice, Clinton 342 

Rice, Frank M 344 

Rice, Howell M 209 

Rice, John P 163 

Rice, Robert J 288 

Rice, William H. 44 

Rich, Edson P. 330 

Rich, Franklin P 429 

Richards, Brayton G.- 301 

Richards, Charles 70 

Richards, Charles B.-- 53 
Richards, Charles R..- 246 

Richards, James S 301 

Richardson, Ard E 279 

Richardson, J. Loyal-- 302 



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Richardson, James D., 
Jr 415 

Richardson, John F. -- 371 
Richardson, Julian A.. 365 
Richardson, Howard-- 280 
Richardson, Lee H 204 

♦Richardson, Samuel -_ 52 
Richardson, Thomas F. 

371, 471 

Richardson,William,Jr. 363 

Richey, Samuel H 152 

Richman, Silas T. 88 

Richmond, William D. 198 

Rickel, Harry 280 

Ricketts, Thomas H.-- 39 

Ricker, Max W 393 

Rickey, Harry W. 371 

Rickly, Roy C 249 

Ricks, Edgar N 238 

Ricks, Jesse J 280 

Ricks, William 6.-396, 414 

Rico, Joaquin P 385 

Riddle, David H 103 

*Riddle, William H.-.- 357 

Riddle, William W 230 

Ridenour, John H 228 

Riebenack, William B. 259 

Ried, Paul L. 92, 459 

Riehl, Daniel C 185 

Rietbrock, Adolph C- 
277, 351 

*Riggle, George W 80 

Riggles, John L 143 

Riggs, Theodore F 327 

Riley, Benjamin P 120 

Riley, Carl E. 360 

*Riley, Edward A 226 

Riley, Horace R. 449 

Riley, James C 343 

Riley, John B 56 

Riley, Samuel M 171 

*Riley, William H. 85 

Rindlaub, Martin P.,Jr. 352 
Rinearson, William C., 

Jr. 316 

Ringer, Paul H 439 

*Ripley, Chauncey B.-- 130 

Rippey, John D 448 

Rising, George H. 359 

Risley, J. Norman 258 

Risser, George H. 332 

Ritchey, James A. 60 

Ritchie, David S 343 

*Ritchie, Ellsworth G. - 229 

Ritchie, Lome S. 344 

Ritchie, Melville 230 

Ritchie, Walter, Jr 344 

Ritter, Fred O. 92 

Ritter, W. C 459 

Ritner, JohnB 131 

Rittenhouse, James H. 170 



PAGE 

Rives, Alfred L. 113 

*Rizer, Americus H. 86 

Roane, Archie G 56, 457 

Roane, William A. .51, 223 
Roane, William T.-56, 457 

*Robbins, Charles F 99 

Robbins, Eldred G 280 

*Robbins, Ernest S 245 

Robbins, Harry D 288 

Roberts, Albert J 376 

Roberts, Allan 174 

Roberts, Charles N 290 

Roberts, Charles.Jr. 52, 457 
Roberts, Edwin H. — 314 

Roberts, Hilery B 434 

Roberts, James A. 148 

Roberts, John W 356 

Roberts, Lewis C 290 

Roberts, William J 81 

Robertson, Charles E.- 346 

Robertson, Gay A 449 

Robertson, George E.. 452 
Robertson, George A.- 364 
Robertson, George 

Winfield 53 

Robertson, George 

Winter 372 

Robertson, Holcombe 

M 120, 205 

Robertson, John C 116 

Robertson, John L 412 

Robertson, Julius J 116 

Robertson, Robert S.-- 70 

Robertson, Willard 73 

Robertson, William H. 116 
Robertson, William S.- 168 
*Robinson, Claudius H. 209 
Robinson, Edward K.- 431 
Robinson, Edward P.- 32 

Robinson, Frank E 231 

Robinson, George B... 454 
Robinson, George W.- 165 

Robinson, James F 184 

Robinson, Laurance P. 294 

Robinson, Louis C 178 

Robinson, Marion M.- 239 
Robinson, Myron W.-- 440 
Robinson, Thomas W. 400 

*Robison, David T 194 

Roby, Charles F. 452 

Roby, Edward M 452 

Rochester, Alexander 

S. 231, 321 

Rochester, Frank C.-- 

41, 227 

Rockafellow, Arthur H. 375 

Rockett, Hosea W 234 

Rockwell, Roy K 326 

Rodes, Allan H 435 

Rodes, James W. 268 

Rodes, John S 269 



PAGE 

Rodgers, Howard S. .. 299 
Rodman, William D... 107 

Roe, Mayo E. 408 

Roe, John L 248 

Roeding, Frederick W. 381 
Roeding, Henry U. — 381 

Roehrig, Charles F 277 

Rogers, Augustus 265 

Rogers, Charles C 222 

Rogers, Frank 8. 137 

Rogers, George C. 137 

Rogers, Hanford N 152 

Rogers, J. B. 320 

Rogers, James C - 412 

Rogers, John R. 55 

Rogers, Lewis L. 84 

Rogers, Noble G 93 

Rogers, Ralph 445 

Rogers, Robert W. — 326 

Rogers, Samuel B 266 

Rogers, Thomas C 405 

Rogers, William H 324 

Rogers, William P 71 

Rogers, William R 363 

Rogers, William W. .- 55 

Rohland, Albert C 137 

Roland, Horace 170 

Roller, William C- 138, 462 
Rollins, Stuart D 52 

*Romero, Genaro 157 

Romine, Alexander P. 445 

Root, John W 356 

Roper, Bartlett, Jr 119 

Roper, Norman B 418 

Rosborough, John C.-- 222 
Rose, George H 114 

*Roselle, Edwin G 73 

Rosensteel, William F. 

128, 407 

Ross, A. Bartlett 419 

Ross, ClydeF 213 

Ross, Edward C 230 

*Ross, John M. 37 

Ross, John S 324 

Rossiter, Raymond W. 419 
Roszel, Richard J. -239, 387 
Rothermel, Daniel J.-- 103 
Rothermel, Wilson L. 

103, 459 

Roudenbush, Frank — 377 

Roughan, Robert 419 

Roundey, Eugene P.-- 386 

*Rowan, Thomas J 234 

Rowe, Charles F. 142 

Rowe, James W 300 

Rowe, William H. 141 

Rowell, Wilfred A 327 

Rowley, Charles G. — 40 

Rowley, Edson M 274 

Roy, David T. 319, 470 

Royce, Herbert B. 406 



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PAGE 

Royer, Theodore, Jr.-- 
41, 274 

Roysdon, William L-- 292 

Royster, James F 453 

Royster, William E. -- 357 

*Rucker, Hyrlten G 112 

Rucker, Orlando C 210 

Rudisill, Abram W 98 

Rudnick, Paul F. A. -- 294 
Rudy, Charming L. — 74 

Rudy, James H 206 

Ruffin, Kirkland 117 

Ruger, HenryA 326 

Rugg, Frederick D 290 

Riihl, Julius 364 

Rumberger, Howard 

K. 410 

Rumeley, Aloysius J.-- 249 
Rummler, William R.- 276 

Rundle, Frank 198 

Runkle, Benjamin P.-- 32 
Runyon, Lewis P 174 

*Runyon, William H.-- 130 
Ruppel, Henry E. K.-- 431 

*Russ, S. Everett 217 

Russell, Charles C 325 

*Russell, Charles M 290 

Russell, Daniel B. 426 

Russell, Francis W 331 

Russell, Gilbert V 422 

Russell, Henry Hamil- 
ton 164 

Russell, Henry Hard- 
ing 316 

Russell, Horace G 340 

Ryan, Edward B 375 

Ryder, Charles E. 387 

Rynder, R. Dean 458 

Ryon, Lewis H 137 

Sadler, Elbert 70 

Saeger, Thomas W 122 

*Sa£ford, Harry P 227 

Safford, Henry G 431 

*Saffell, Richard C 37 

Sage, William 148 

Sahm, TheophilusH. T. 122 
Sainsbury, Charles E._ 393 

Sale, Charles J. 113 

Salkeld, Andrew D 171 

Salkeld, Harry B. -157, 463 

Salkeld, Thomas F 171 

Sallade, Nathaniel W.- 351 

Sallee, Ike L 269 

Sallee, James M 269 

Salmon, Charles E 301 

Sample, Eldorado 88 

Sample, Hubert L. 181, 465 

Sample, John H 176 

Sample, William D 181 

Sampson, William B.. 358 



PAGE 

Samson, George C 140 

Samson, Sumner M. -- 453 
Samson, Thomas S 140 

*Sanborn, Benjamin T.- 38 

Sanborn, Frank B 426 

Sanborn, R. Roscoe 

259, 392 

Sandels, Christ C 137 

Sanders, Bertram ']'] 

Sanders, James O. S.-- 56 
Sanders, William F. L. 6g 
Sanderson, John F 431 

*Sanderson, Lemuel G.- 381 

Sandy, William C 438 

Sanford, Abram O ig8 

Sanford, Charles H 

197, 266, 468 

Sanford, Harry B. 55 

Sanford, William B. -- 234 
Sangree, Luther A. 126, 461 
Sangree, Thomas C. 

126, 461 

Sangster, George E. .- 237 

Sanner, Roy W. 280 

Sansberry, Charles T.. 288 

Sapp, Frank W 45 

Sargent, Walter R. — 405 

Sarles, Jesse E 352 

Sassaman, Edwin 100 

Satchell, Edmund T.-- 386 

Sattler, William R 384 

Saufley, George B 269 

Saunders, Edward W. 116 

Saunders, Samuel 140 

Saunders, William K.- 195 

*Sausser, Charles W. -- 171 
Savidge, William H.-- 

274, 469 

Sawyer, Augustus B.-- 427 

Saxton, RalphC 332 

Saxton, William C 333 

*Sayers, Gideon 84 

Sayers, Lawrence R... 120 
Sayler, Harry L 90 

*Saylor, Richard W 125 

Sayres, James E. 68 

Scaife, Jefferson H. — 223 

Scales, Dabney M 50 

Scales, Uriah E. 284 

Scantlin, James M 67 

Scarff, Paul B 198 

Scatchard, Henry F.-- 137 

Schadel, Robert L 328 

Schaeffer, Clarence M. 128 

Schaeffer, Isaac P 171 

Schaeffer, William C. 122 

Schaff, Howard E 408 

Schall, Edwin B 358 

Scheide, William T. .. 157 

Schempf, John W 352 

Schenk, William W.-- 336 



PAGE 

Schermerhorn, William 
W 66 

Scheuch, Frederick C. 247 
Schimper, Frans J. V. 

M. 440, 472 

Schissler, John H.-408, 445 

Schlater, Randle B 209 

Schlaudeman, Frank. - 290 

Schleicher, Adolph 249 

Schmidlapp, William 

H 408 

Schmidt, Herman B.-- 298 
Schmidt, William F... 174 
Schnedler, William A. 422 
Schneider, Otto J 333 

^Schneider, William T 156 
Schooley, Albert 132 

*Schoollield, Eugene H. 237 

Schoolfield, H. O 119 

Schreiter, Joseph B 352 

Schreuder, Otto P 404 

Schriber, Carl E 352 

Schroeder, Albert T..- 350 
Schroll, Otto 318 

*Schuck, Joseph W. 194 

Schultz, Arthur T 376 

Schultz, Joseph W 356 

Schultz, Samuel 376 

*Schwenk, Abraham B. 159 

*Schwenk, Milton K. .- 132 
Schwing, Samuel C. -- 415 

*Scobey, Franklin H. ._ 32 

*Scott, Alfred W 71 

Scott, Charles F. 43, 190 

Scott, Francis T 401 

Scott, George E 171 

Scott, Gus R 51 

*Scott, Henry M 435 

*Scott, Isaac V 163, 202 

Scott, James M 316 

Scott, John R. 126 

Scott, Joseph A. 284 

Scott, Robert B. 352 

Scott, Robert E. 72 

Scott, Tod R 381 

Scott, William A 81 

*Scott, William H 67 

Scott, William T 68 

Scovill, Josiah B 404 

Scratchley, Francis A. 164 
Scrimger, Schuyler C. 

E 342 

Scrugham, James G. -- 435 

Scudday, James A 49 

Scudder, John K. 298 

Scudder, R. Paul 299 

Scudder, William R.-- 449 

Scully, William W 173 

Searcy, Chesley H 416 

Searcy, William W 223 

Sears, Horace H. 42 



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Sears, Joseph, Jr 27 

Sebrell, John N., Jr.... 238 

Sebring, Robert A 170 

Sedgwick, Albert J 247 

Seitz, Earl M 256 

Sell, Orrie P 45 

Selman, James L 363 

Selman, John T. 363 

Sembower, Charles J.- 

74, 458 

Senour, Milton R go 

Sether, Alvin F. 453 

Settle, William S 132 

Setzler, Edward A 450 

Severson, Clarence — 245 
Severson, Wilbur F.-- 244 

Sexauer, John A 465 

Sexton, J. Garland 205 

Sexton, James L 325 

Sexton, Jay 459 

Seyfarth, Arthur C 453 

Seymour, Harry P 422 

Seyse, Thomas 131 

•Shackelford, Joseph W. 90 

Shackleford, Ross 195 

Shaeffer, John W 386 

Shafer, Cassius A 275 

Shafer, Daniel C 94 

Shafer, John C 94, 459 

Shaffer, Willard O.--- 132 

Shalkop, Amos R. 134 

Shallenberger, Horace 

M 133 

Shanafelt, Thomas N.- 130 
Shanahan, Timothy J.- 430 

Shank, William L 92 

Shanklin, Edwin S 380 

Shanks, William H 267 

Shannon, Henry A 331 

Shannon, Hervey L._- 57 

Shannon, Joseph R 331 

Shannon, Robert L 234 

Shannonhouse, Frank 

M 396 

Shapley, Rufus E. 96 

Sharer, Charles H 375 

Sharp, Alexander A..- 

100, 257 

Sharp, Amor William. 318 

Sharp, Herndon 372 

Sharp, James M 51 

Sharpless, Albert S 194 

Sharpnack, Thomas P. 456 

Sharum, Eugene 357 

Shattuck, George B..- 276 

Shaw, Charles E. 333 

Shaw, David E 63, 467 

Shaw, Frank T 112 

Shaw, George E 274 

Shaw, George W 39 

Shaw, Hartley 400 



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Shaw, James B., Jr. — 245 

Shaw, John S. 202 

Shaw, William C 62 

Shaw, Willis 2io 

Sheafe, Harry J. 313 

Sheafe, James 316 

Sheafer, Edward G 411 

Shearer, Niles H - 97 

Shearin, Hubert G 268 

Shedden, Albert J 134 

Sheerin, James 444 

Sheffield, Alstan H.--- 382 
Sheffield, Edwin £..-_ 178 

Sheffield, Eugene S 382 

Sheffield, Henry S 178 

*Shelby, Evans J 48 

*Shelby, Richard H.-.. 

223, 234 

Shelby, Thomas H., Jr. 434 

Sheldon, Fred S 351 

Sheldon, Stuart H 353 

Sheldon, Vilas P. 332 

Sheldon, Waher H 352 

Shelhart, John V 231 

*Shellabarger,RobertR. 253 

*Shelledy, John H 60 

Shelledy, Richard K.-- 343 
Shellenberger, Edward 

B 259 

Sheller, Alfred S. 132 

Shepherd, Frederick-- 330 
Shepherd, Fredrick B. 275 

Shepherd, James F 280 

Shepherd, Russell E.-- 274 

*Shepherd, Walker F.- 112 
Shepherd, William T.. 306 

Sheppard, Oscar N 471 

Sherfey, David A. -.92, 247 
Sheridan, Henry H. K. 313 
Sheridan, Richard G.B. 313 
Sherlock, George E.-- 199 
Sherrill, Harold W.--- 316 
Sherron, Clifford M.-- 172 
Shields, Gabriel B.- 167, 464 

^Shields, Thomas B 67 

Shillingford, Henry T. 156 
Shimer, Ira A.-257,'385, 468 

Shinkle, Amos C 302 

Shipman, Jesse O. 136 

Shipman, William A.- 124 
Shipp, Frank J 376 

*Shipp, Joseph D 90 

Shipp, W. Samuel 377 

Shirley, Edgar W 149 

Shivers, Charles H 131 

Shockley, Major A. W. 358 
Shoemaker, Charles F. 74 
Shoemaker, Henry W. 440 

Shoemaker, John C 172 

Sholars, Orin R 

209, 216, 466 



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Sholl, Wintworth 39 

Shomo, W^illiam A 103 

Shorb, Marlin W 128 

Short, Luther 68 

Shortle, James S.--246, 276 

Shotwell, Abel V 456 

Shotwell, Franklin A.- 321 
Shotwell, Thomas C.-- 300 

Shreve, Owen M 135 

Shropshire, James K.-- 435 

Shuett, Rudolph H 342 

Shultz, Christian 242 

Shultz, Guy R 356 

Shultz, Orrillis E 448 

Shuman, Edwin L 188 

Shuman, Jesse J 188 

Shuman, Raphael R.-- 188 
Shuman, Warren N. .- 103 
Shumway, Francis G.- 275 
Shuttleworth, Benjamin 

F 445 

Sickman, James F 314. 

Sidener, Merle 151 

Sidler, Cornelius A 353 

*Siebe, Henry T 49 

Siebenthal, Wade A.-- 'j'} 

Sigafoos, Orville L 127 

Sill, Frank H 441 

Silliman, John C 125 

Simcoe, George 321 

Simcoe, Walter T., Jr.- 239 

Simis, Albert V 407 

Simison, John F 88 

Simmons, Bruce — . — 237 

Simmons, Henry E 410 

Simonin, Isaac M 159 

Simonton, Charles B.-- 106 
Simonton, James M.-- 

194, 226, 465 

Simpson, Charles L.-_ 312 
Simpson, Edward C.-- 71 

Simpson, George F 158 

Simpson, Howard H.-- 206 
Simpson, William D.-- 397 
Simrall, Horatio F., Jr. 50 

Simrall, James H 435 

Sincere, Victor W 452 

Singer, J. J 259 

Singleton, William H.- 142 

*Sinnott, James M 53 

Sinsabaugh, George — 400 

Sinsel, Charles A 178 

Sipe, Gideon M. 277 

*Skeene, Eugene O 363 

Skidmore, Charles A.- 406 

Skinner, George W 63 

Skinner, Harry W 351 

Skinner, James W. 227, 264 
Skinner, John C 303 

♦Skinner, Orlo D. ---41, 173 
Skinner, Samuel J 141 



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509 



PAGE 

Slack, Henry B. 453 

Slater, George R 61 

Slater, Thomas W 53 

Slaughter, Ben G., Jr.- 416 

Slaughter, E. Dick 363 

Sleeper, J. Warren 245 

Slichter, Charles S 187 

♦Slifer, William H. 132 

Sloan, Baylis E. 116 

Sloan, John T 106 

Sloan, Robert R 150 

Sloan, Samuel 424 

Sluss, Asher L 68 

*Smart, Daniel S 62 

*Smart, James H 87 

Smart, James S 61 

Smeade, George G. — 210 

Smiley, Thomas E go 

Smith, A. H., Jr 158 

Smith, A. Howard 158 

Smith, Alpheus W 445 

Smith, Ambrose C 61 

Smith, Branch 363 

Smith, Burchard H 343 

Smith, Carmi R. 374 

Smith, Carroll W 328 

Smith, Charles J. 212 

Smith, Charles Leon.- 92 
Smith, Charles Lincoln 356 

Smith, Charles W 164 

Smith, Clifford Le Roy 440 
Smith, David Edward- 

74, 463 

Smith, DeWitt 291 

Smith, Dudley F 66 

♦Smith, Earl R 44, 456 

Smith, Earl S. 357 

Smith, Edmund 41 

Smith, Edward I 256 

Smith, Egbert W 204 

Smith, Ernest T 268 

Smith, Eugene Albert- 

257, 352 

Smith, Eugene M. 51 

Smith, Frank B 306 

Smith, Frank C 41 

Smith, Franklin Ed- 
ward 364 

Smith, Franklin Emer- 
son 422 

Smith, Fred B 45 

Smith, Fred C 430 

Smith, Frederick M.-- 76 
Smith, George A.- -406, 407 
Smith, George W. v.- - 48 

Smith, Glenn A. 356 

Smith, Harry B. 450 

Smith, Harry L. 461 

Smith, Harry Wade — 148 
Smith, Henry A. --187, 273 

*Smith, Hobart H 98 



PAGE 

Smith, Homer B 137 

Smith, Horace E 148 

Smith, Horace Ferris - 

179, 300 

Smith, Horace P 318 

Smith, Howard F 217 

Smith, Hugh C 278 

Smith, IrwinJ 299 

Smith, Larkin A 357 

Smith, Lauran F. loi 

Smith, Lee O. 469 

Smith, Louis C 248 

Smith, Lucian E.--I91, 440 

Smith, M. C 220 

Smith, Matthew A 359 

Smith, Merrill N 372 

Smith, Otis A 286 

Smith, Paul A 344 

Smith, Perry, Jr. 

42, 277, 455 

Smith, Quincy A 86 

Smith, Richard L. 341 

Smith, Robert C 453 

Smith, Robert J 230 

Smith, S.W 99 

Smith, Samuel K loi 

Smith, Samuel W 165 

Smith, Sherman 293 

Smith, Stanley R 321 

Smith, Temple 381 

Smith, Thomas F 131 

Smith, Thomas J 321 

Smith, Thomas O.-165, 262 

Smith, Victor C 119, 167 

Smith, William A 113 

Smith, William Cadid 

71, 273 

Smith, William Clem- 
ent 149 

Smith, William Cyrus- 411 

Smith, William H 291 

Smith, William J 375 

Smith, Yeremya K 372 

Smoot, Lloyd D 407 

Smoot, Peter G. 265 

Smoot, William E 265 

Smyth, Arthur M 384 

Smyth, Joseph P., Jr.-- 438 

Smythe, Hudson 382 

Snell, Thomas T. 343 

Snell, William M 374 

Snider, Harry D. 327 

Snider, Oliver B 89 

*Snively, William A. 96, 459 
Snoddy, Llewellyn O.- 60 
Snoddy, Samuel A. — 286 
Snoddy, William W.-- 286 
Snowden, Robert P. 

157, 170 

Snowhook, William B.- 405 
Snyder, Alban G 167 



PAGE 

*Snyder, Benaiah C 122 

Snyder, Charles P. 167, 464 

Snyder, Earl B 446 

Snyder, Franklin B. _- 328 

Snyder, George L 209 

Sollers, Charles 40 

Sollers, Elmer M 44 

Somerville, John W... 

120, 206 

Sooy, Mark R 131 

Sorber, George W.-75, 93 

Souder, Charles G 321 

South, Rufus B 43 

Southall, A. C 239 

Southall, Hubert R 120 

Southall, Patrick H 223 

Southall, Stephen V.-- 

118, 461 

Southall, Thomas B.-- 205 
Southard, Francis M,. 313 

Southard, Frank H 37 

Southgate, Richard T. 300 
Southwell, Ralph D.-- 423 

Spain, Purvis A 76 

Sparling, Samuel E 74 

Sparling, William H.-- 184 
Spaulding, Benjamin S. 405 

*Speak, Frederick 359 

Spears, William D 222 

Speed, Edward W 203 

Speidel, Hugo S 291 

Spelling, Thomas C 222 

Spence, George Knox. 410 
Spencer, Frederick M. 401 
Spencer, George W. 43, 455 

Spencer, Harry S. 453 

Spencer, Obial 67 

Spencer, Robert S., Jr. 350 

Spencer, Willett R 179 

Spencer, William W..- 70 
Spensley, Harker G. -- 352 
Spensley, William R.- 328 

Sperow, Clifford 119 

Sperry, James F 294 

Spicer, Heber C 180 

Spicer, J. Henry 99 

Spight, Henry R. 56 

Spight, Thomas no 

Sponsler, Edward R.-- 173 

Spooner, Edwin V 427 

Sprague, Arthur L. — 42 
Sprague, Earnest W... 267 

Sprague, James M 180 

Sprague, Lynn Tew — 273 
Sprague, Manville H.- 419 

Spraker, Francis N 71 

Spratt, Orlando W 130 

Sprenkle, Waher Y.-- 128 
Springer, Durand W. - 374 

Springer, Ruter W 

188, 465 



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PAGE 

Sproat, Harris E 158 

Sproat, William D. — 159 

Sprott, John M 217 

Sprott, Thomas W 216 

Sproull, JohnW 60 

Sproull, William H.-- 

181, 302, 465 

Sproull, William O 62 

Sprunt, Alexander 203 

Spurlock, George M. 

91, 331 

Spurrier, William A... 144 
Squier, Benjamin F. -_ 135 

Squier, Burton O 41 

Squire, William H. 406 

Squires, Rov W 391 

St. Clair, Madison W,. 36 
St. John, Edwin M. — 190 
St. John, Homer E. — 294 

Stabler, Alvin K. 33 

Stacy, Edward L 72 

Stadtmiller, Edwin W. 381 

Stafford, Brooks 364 

Stafford, Earl E 247 

Staggers, Robert J 262 

Stahl, Garland 295 

Stahl, Samuel D 340 

Stahle, Charles E 125 

Stahler, Eugene A. 125 

Stahlnecker, William 

G. 131 

Staley, Amos C. 342 

Staley, John Wilson — 375 

Stallo, Edmund K 298 

Stanfield, William B. - 268 
Stanley, Claudius C. -_ 358 

Stanley, William H 359 

Stansbury, William F. 123 

Stansell, Arthur D 279 

Stanton, Fred C 431 

Stapleton, Earl M 423 

Stark, Albert P 375 

Stark, Denton D. 61 

Stark, S. Judson 98 

Starke, Samuel C 238 

Starlin, C. E. 455 

Starr, Fred M 93 

Starr, Wilbur F. 92 

Stauter, Charles E 402 

Staver, Roy B 354 

Stayman, Joseph W. -- 102 

Stead, William H 89 

Stebbins, Theodore — 311 

*Stedman, William 164 

Steele, Henry M. 311 

Steele, James N 264 

Steele, Joseph A. 165 

Steele, Joseph F 174 

Steele, Thomas F. 163 

Steele, Reed 458 

Steele, Wesley 406 



PAGE 

Steele, William L. 293 

Steen, James W 242 

Stees, George E 159 

Steever, Ralph E. 103 

Steger, Arthur M 115 

Steigmeyer, Frederick 

F 452 

Steinkamp, William D. 448 

Stelle, Edward H. 123 

Stephens, Edgar Roy. 91 
Stephens, Elbert S. — 459 
Stephenson, Albert G.- 441 

*Stephenson, F. A 85 

Stephenson, Harry L.- 206 
Steptoe, Philip P 120 

♦Sterling, William B. -- 350 

Sternberger, Ivy H 55 

Sterne, Charles F. 144 

Stevens, Charles L. — 188 

Stevens, Edgar R. 247 

Stevens, Everett M 430 

Stevens, James F 332 

Stevens, John A 237 

Stevens, Morton E. — 276 

Stevens, Percy H. 327 

Stevens, Robert W 189 

Stevens, Robert Walter 392 
Stevens, Warder W. -- 68 
Stevenson, George A. . 258 
Stevenson, Frank W. . 299 
Stevenson, James A. -- 146 
Stevenson, James B. ._ 135 

*Stevenson, Thomas B.- 36 
Stevenson, William C. 33 

Stewart, Charles E. 302 

Stewart, Dugald A. --- 354 
Stewart, Earle B.--354, 453 
Stewart, Edward L.-41, 186 

Stewart, Henry M 411 

Stewart, Robert A 171 

*Stewart, Walter M 52 

Stewart, William 295 

Stewart, William B 449 

Stewart, William C 177 

Stewart, William S 60 

Stickney, Willet B 273 

Stidman, Ferdinand D. 319 

Stiles, Martin 88 

Stillson, Hamilton 195 

Stiltz, Daniel D. 258 

*Stilwell, Emmett S. 147 

*StilweIl, Henry C 179 

Stine, John C 128 

Stitzel, Carl 45 

Stock, Charles M 124 

Stock, McClean 127 

Stock, Otis M 302 

Stock, Richard B 128 

Stockard, Benjamin A. 52 

Stoll, Elmer R 93 

Stone, Albert J 293 



PAGE 

Stone, Arthur W. 427 

Stone, Charles N 295 

Stone, Marion N - 262 

Stone, Nelson C 40 

Stoneman, Albert H.-_ 279 

Stoneman, Lewis A 278 

Stoneroad, Joel T. M. - 229 

*Storm, John B 96, 459 

Storrs, Lucius S 331 

*Story, Hesekiah W 106 

Stotzer, Rudolph G 354 

Stoughton, Frank J 138 

Stout, Henry C 86 

Stout, Marion A 246 

Stout, Thomas 446 

Stoutmeyer, John W.-- 61 

Stover, Lute P 358 

Stover, Melvin H 320 

Stowe, John J. 414 

Strader, Benjamin F. - 195 
Strader, Judson F. 444 

*Strasenburg, George C. 422 

Stratton. Archie J. 333 

Stratton, Fred D 333 

Stratton, Harry T. 408 

Strawbridge, Ralph M. 135 

Street, Claude E. 357 

Stremel, Karl F 440 

Strickler, Thomas J. -- 360 
Strieby, Jonathan F. .- 133 
Stringfellow, Martin R. 112 
Stromeyer, William T. 440 
Strong, Clarence W. .- 93 
Strong, Frank Gorgas. 288 

Strong, Harry C 152 

Strong, James G. 66 

Strong, William A. 406, 418 

Struble, Ralph Y 181 

Stuart, David T l2o, 206 

Stuart, Edward B. 400 

Stuart, Francis G. 256 

Stuart, John L 205 

Stubbs, Will L 32 

Stuckenberg, Oscar A. 127 
Studebaker,Peter E.,Jr. 93 
Studebaker, John M., 

Jr 247 

Stuhr, Leo B 333 

Stull, George C. 100 

Stultz, Jesse David 210 

Sturdevant, Payne P. - 410 
Sturgis, Charles E 90 

*Sturgis, William E 122 

Stutesman, Lewis 75 

Styron, Oscar M 237 

Sudduth, Thomas 341 

Suesserott, Charles A.- 124 

Suit, Walter N 150 

Sutherland, George S.- 100 
Sutherland, Walter M. 198 
Sutherland, Walter T,- 213 



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PAGE 

Sullenburger, Grafton 
W 34, 191 

Sullivan, Eugene E. .- 277 

Sullivan, John E. 275 

Sullivan, Lyman B.-73, 275 
Sullivan, Thomas B. .- 380 

Sultan, Dan Isom 457 

Sultan, Robert H.--56, 457 

Sutliff, Calvin G 176 

Sutphin, Charles 38 

Sutphin, Isaac V. 39 

Sutton, Eli R 277 

Sutton, John R 276 

Sutton, Leonard L 179 

Sutton, Walter S 359 

Suydam, Robert C 178 

Swain, William C. 363 

Swan, Elbert M 69 

Swaney, Homer H 242 

*Swango, Charles S. — 267 

Swango, James H. 267 

Swank, Wallace E. --- 357 

*Swanson, James E 165 

Swartz, Charles 72 

Swartz, Maynard T 333 

Swartz, Morris E loi 

Swasey, Edward H 290 

*Sweeney, Joseph I 152 

Sweeney, William J. -- 
190, 407 

*Sweet, Arthur E 277 

Sweet, Cloyd E 387 

Sweet, J. Herbert- -387, 464 

Swem, Edmond H 89 

Swengal, Wilson S 85 

Swing, Peter F 39 

Swing, Philip C. 300 

Swing, Richard C. 301 

Swisher, Howard L 444 

Sydnor, Clem A 205 

Sydnor, Giles G 204 

Syester, Lewis D loi 

Sykes, Frederick G 385 

Sykes, Harry R. 321 

Sykes, Joseph P 112 

Sylvester, Homer 351 

Symons, Arthur H 359 

Taggart, John B 42 

Tait, Alexander G 445 

Talbert, Thomas L 234 

Talbot, Howard H 328 

Talbot, William S 177 

Talbott, Frank 237 

Talbott, Green Pace -- 237 
Talbott, H. Worthing- 

ton 143, 407, 462 

Talbott, Thomas S 237 

Tallman, Dwight D. -. 200 
Tallman, Stanley D. -_ 353 
Tangerman, Harry H.. 359 



PAGE 

Tappen, Alexander B.- 407 
Tarkington, N. Booth- 

246, 467 

Tarney, Joseph B.--77, 458 
Tarry, George W 284 

*Tate, James F 113 

Tavenner, Frank S 211 

Tayloe, William H 163 

*Taylor, Alfred 131, 461 

Taylor, Bennet 246 

Taylor, Burpee C 429 

Taylor, Charles F. 234 

Taylor, Charles Marcus 54 
Taylor, Charles Murray 178 
Taylor, Edward M. — 230 

Taylor, Edward S 385 

Taylor, Edward W 390 

Taylor, Edwin 146 

*Taylor, Edwin C. 231 

Taylor, Frank S 198 

Taylcr, Fred M 185 

Taylor, George S 196 

Taylor, Herbert F 427 

Taylor, Horace 291 

Taylor, Horace S 431 

Taylor, Jefferson Z 123 

Taylor, John Jay 87 

Taylor, John Lewis 70 

*Taylor, Joseph L 49 

Taylor, Joseph R 55 

Taylor, Morgan P 440 

Taylor, Murray 52 

Tavlor, Newton M 87 

Taylor, Orla B 275 

*Taylor, Philip L 133 

Taylor, Raymond H.-- 223 

Taylor, Robert D 197 

Taylor, Samuel C. 198 

Taylor, Thomas A 177 

Taylor, Van Derveer.- 229 

*Taylor, William H. — 36 

Taylor, William L 357 

Taylor, William M. 245, 311 

Taylor, William M 60 

Tea, George W. 99 

Tearse, Clarence D 353 

Tebbetts, Hiram B 401 

Teed, Freeman G. 133 

Teet, Juson 33 

*Tegarden, William H.- 51 

Telfair, John H. 440 

Tennyson, Howard A.- 418 

Terry, Edward W 370 

Terry, Frederick 307 

Terry, Henry K 318 

Terry, William, Jr 208 

Thacker, Isaac N 69 

Thackston, John W. -- 202 

Thackwell, Paul 34 

Thalman, John W 44 

Thalman, Joseph L 44 



PAGE 

*Thayer, John D 85 

Thayer, Nathaniel C, 
Jr 430 

Thayer, William C 281 

Theobold, Julius 320 

Thies, Arno G 419 

Thomas, Charles S. 316 

Thomas, Claude E. 416 

Thomas, Claude H. 449 

Thomas, Frank M 414 

Thomas, Franklin V..- 93 
Thomas, Frederick A. _ 91 
Thomas, John D.--I13, 204 

Thomas, John W 101 

Thomas, Lee E 117, 213 

Thomas, Luther B 320 

Thomas, Lyne S 209 

Thomas, William A 239 

Thomas, William B. .- 264 
Thomas, William C. .. 287 

♦Thomas, William D.-- 198 
Thomas, William E. _- 204 
Thomas, William M..- 85 

Thompson, A. P 401 

Thompson, B. Ralph-- 343 
Thompson, Charles H. 142 
Thompson, Charles 

Trotter 159 

Thompson, David D.-- 40 
Thompson, Dunlap — 397 
Thompson, Edward C. 316 
Thompson, Frank R.-- 300 
Thompson, Frank, Jr.- 236 
Thompson, Frank W.. 359 
Thompson, Howard N. 319 
Thompson, James D.-. 177 

♦Thompson, James S... 151 

Thompson, John D 247 

Thompson, John M 247 

Thompson, Lewis W.- 34 
Thompson, Lynn W.-- 423 
Thompson, Morven — 143 
Thompson, Patrick H. 269 

Thompson, Ralph 294 

Thompson, Robert C- 41 
Thompson, Robert D.- 236 
Thompson, Rolfe L.-- 390 
Thompson, Thomas V. 226 
Thompson, Willard C. 295 
Thompson, William C. 410 
Thompson, William E. 137 

*Thompson, William H. 106 
Thompson, Warren R. 411 

Thompson, Williel 194 

Thomson, Charles Tal- 
bott 264 

Thornhill, William H. 

--44, 343, 401 

Thornley, Julian 117 

Thornton, Charles E.. 148 
Thornton, Edwin L 218 



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PAGE 

Thornton, Edward T.. 386 

Thornton, Harry R 137 

Thornton, James L 

147, 462 

Thorpe, Walton W 393 

*Thrasher, Luther E 358 

Thrasher, Stephen 66 

Thresher, Alfred A 179 

Thresher, Brainard B.. 179 

Thresher, Robert J 178 

Throop, Joseph P. 68 

Thropp, Joseph E 157 

Thurlow, Leon R 315 

Thurman, Harold C 449 

Thurston, Herbert R.- 427 

Tibbits, Fred P 350 

Tibbits, Heber L 352 

Tibbott, John L 151 

Tilford, James F. 359 

Tillotson, William L.- 439 
Timberlake, Frank B.. 249 
Timmonds, Henry C.-- 70 

Tinney, Gilbert H 470 

Tisdale, Frank 396 

Tisdale, Samuel L 284 

Tishue, Clee W. 334 

Titus, George E 124 

Tobin, John W 363 

Tobin, Leonard 363 

Tobin, Robert P 406 

Todd, David 248 

Todd, James 197 

Todd, James G 205 

Todd, James M. 324 

Todd, John G. 119, 461 

Todd, McClure S 229 

Todd, Pearl C 231 

Toerring, Christian J.. 

292, 404, 469 

Tofte, Albert A., Jr 392 

Tombaugh, Frank M.. 342 
Tomlinson, John W. .- 87 
Tompkins, Edmund L. 117 

Toms, Charles F 396 

Toney, Hardin K. 55 

Torrance, W. Brown.- 198 

Torrey, Harry K 431 

Torrey, John C 51 

Torrey, William D 50 

Totten, EvanC 199 

Totten, William G. L.. 80 

Tourtellotte, F. J 188 

Tower, Edward C 75 

Towles, Fred M 152 

Towne, Charles A 176 

*Townes, Robert L 117 

Townsend, Charles E.- 380 

Townsend, Fred. 276 

Townsend, George B.. 103 
Townsend, Henry T..- 157 
Townsend, Robert A.- 130 



PAGE 

Townsend, Wilber 278, 391 
Tozzer, Brent A 249 

^Tracy, Hayden H. 404 

Tracy, Paul H. 312 

*Trader, Alonzo L 37 

Trafelet, Amie Louis.- 196 
Trapp, William E 295 

*Travers, William M.-- 97 
Treat, William B. F.-- 68 
Trego, Cyrus 133 

*Trembly, Judge H 91 

Trentlan, John R 210 

Trice, William W 53 

Trigg, Paul D 269 

*Trimble, Charles W.-- 37 

Trimmer, Bruce H 

137, 259 

Trinkle, E. Lee — 119, 205 

Troop, William J 69 

Trotter, James 51 

*Troupe, Samuel C 62 

Trow, Frank H. 427 

Trowbridge, Charles R. 125 

*Trowbridge, R 158 

True, Edgar C 346 

True, Harold E 472 

Trueblood, Jesse D. 70, 457 
Trueblood, William N. 70 

*Trumbull, Charles 185 

Trussell, Bernard H.-- 444 

*Tucker, Alfred 158 

Tucker, George E 359 

Tucker, John R., Jr.-- 

167, 374 

Tucker, Robert H 112 

*Tucker, Thomas E 48 

Tufts, Carl R 408 

Tunis, John T 265 

Tunnicliff, George D. 

187, 275 

Tupper, Tullius C 49 

Turley, Clavin J 177 

Turnbull, R. A 408 

Turner, Clayton H 34 

Turner, Edwin P 237 

Turner, George N 402 

Turner, James D 220 

Turner, John M 284 

Turner, John P 415 

Turner, Joseph 158 

Turner, Leigh C 34 

Turner, Samuel D 237 

Turner, William N 197 

Turner, Willie P. M..- 397 
Turney, William W.-- 179 
Tuthiil, Russell 199 

*Tuttle, Ernest V. 359 

Tutwiler, Pascal Ash-- 

113, 222 

Tyler, Lucius S. 314 

Tyler, James H., Jr 205 



PAGE 

Tyler, John D 204 

Tyler, S. H 

Tyler, Stockton H.- 167, 205 
Tyler, William W., Jr. 

281, 408 

Tyrrell, Franklin J 

325, 350 

Tyson, John R 164, 216 

*Tyson, Robert A 217 

Tweedy, George A 315 

Twineham, Arthur P.- 69 

Twiss, George R 318 

Twitchell, Ernest 298 

Ufford, Henry P 38 

Ullman, James B 54 

Underwood,WilliamH. 340 

Unger, Calvin R. 125 

Urner, Henry 301 

*Urquhart, Francis M.- 115 
Urquhart, Richard A.- 114 
Urquhart, Richard Al- 
exander 118, 396 

Urquhart, Whitmel H. 114 

Vaiden, Cowles M 52 

Vail, Hugh F. R 381 

Valentine, Charles W.. 249 
Valentine, Hosford E.- 90 
Valentine, Richard E.- 269 
Van Alen, Gilbert R... 157 
Van Alstine, David — 311 

Vanatta, John C 244 

Van Benschoten, Wil- 
liam C 189 

Van Bergen, Newell .- 386 

Van Burg, James L 333 

Van Buskirk, Daniel 

D., Jr 75 

Van Buskirk, Thomas- 275 

Vance, Boyle 29I 

Vance, Calvin B. 112 

*Vance, Samuel E. 60 

Van Cleve, Rae G 400 

Van Derveer, Boynton 

H 277 

Van Deventir, Augus- 

tin 468 

Van Doozer, Jesse P. . . 190 
Van Dyke, James C.-- 

133, 158 

Van Dyke, Thomas K. 133 
Van Hamm, Caleb M._ 177 
Van Hovenberg, Hen- 
ry, Jr 440 

Van Hoevenberg, Karl 

H 325 

Van Kleeck, Myndert 

James 422, 439 

Van Lennep, Edward 
J 252 



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513 



PAGE 

Van Lennep, VV^illiam 
B 252 

Van Loo, Kingsley 375 

*Van Loo, William C- 374 
*Vannuys, Cornelius --- 195 
Van Nuys, Franklin B. 150 
Van Nuys, Thomas C- 70 
Van Sant, William J.-- 267 
Van Valkenburg, Har- 
ry J 393 

Van V^alkenburg, Jesse 391 

Van Vliet, James B 356 

Van Voorhess, George 

R. 149 

Van Winkle, Arthur C. 267 
Van Winkle, Edwin L. 266 
*Van Winkle, Ernest A. 

268, 468 

Van Winkle, Frank D. 266 
Van Wmkle, James G. 249 
Van Winkle, John S. 

266, 468 

Van Winkle, Julian P. 267 
Van Wyck, Lawrence 

H 382 

Van Zandt, Roberts. 75, 458 
Van Zant, William G.- 130 
Vaughan, Clarence E.- 266 
Vaughan, Edmund G.- 166 
Vaughan, Harold L.-- 212 
Vaughan, James T. — 266 

Vaughn, Willis S 397 

Venable, Edward C. -- 113 
*Venable, Nathan E 

116, 203 

Verdel, Clarence M.-- 284 
Verharen, Arthur W. - 393 
Vermilion, Charles W. 

90, 276, 458, 469 

Vernon, Joseph W 350 

Vernon, Milton 32 

Vincent, WMlliam G., 

Jr 372 

Vineyard, Erastus D.- 55 
Vineyard, George H.-- 55 

Vineyard, Jesse M 55 

Vineyard, John B. 55 

Vinnedge, Allen R 245 

\'inton, Charles H. -245, 311 

Vinton, Henry H 245 

Voget, Guido Charles - 353 

Vogt, Von Ogden 327 

Von Weise, Charles W. 92 

Voorhis, Charles B 357 

Vorce, Clarence B 311 

Vorce, Walter H 313 

Voris, Harry M. 197 

\'oris, Joseph R 197 

Vorpe, William G 43 

Vose, Frederic P i8g 

Vose, Walter S 191 



PAGE 

Waddell, Robert B...- 268 
Wade, John H. 194 

Wadsworth, John G. -- 290 

Wagner, Fred W 137 

Wagner, Harry S 180 

Wagner, Webster 439 

Wa'gstaff, Robert B. -- 358 
Wagstaff, Thomas E. - 358 

Wahl, William H. 97 

Wahle, Richard E 387 

Waidlich, Henry S 125 

Wainwright, Edward C. 430 

Waite, Donald C 281 

Wakeman, Edgar L.-- 69 
Wakeman, Harry F.-- 189 

Waldo, D wight B. 374 

Walk, George E. 44 

Walk, Willoughby 115 

*Walker, Benjamin B.- 36 

Walker, Frank B 315 

Walker, George R. — 423 
Walker, Howard R...- 202 

Walker, Jacob G 130 

Walker, James L 269 

Walker, John C. 449 

Walker, J. Franklin--- 377 

Walker, Newton S 217 

Walker, Paul F 298 

Walker, Richard W.-- 

163, 252 

Walker, Samuel H 140 

Walker, Stuart A 302 

Walker, William R..-- 218 

Wallace, Clinton S. 152 

W^allace, David — 247, 463 

W^allace, George H 120 

Wallace, Henry 60 

Wallace, Henry E. 256 

Wallace, Jesse A 202 

Wallace, John 444 

Wallace, Lewis 148 

Wallace, Louis D 188 

Wallace, Ovid B 149 

Wallace, William M.- 

15a, 462 

Wallick, John G. 248 

Walling, Percy A. 276 

Walls, Eli Slifer 138 

Walls, John A 315 

Walls, William C 133 

Walmesley, Benjamin 

M 118, 371 

Walmsley, Hardie B.- 371 

Walraven, Lewis T 158 

Walser, Frederick T.. 439 

Walsh, David Y 267 

Walter, Cornelius W.- 230 

Walter, George M 125 

Walters, William S 93 

Walthall, James D 365 

Walton, Shirl S 152 



PAGE 

Wampler, John M 195 

Ward, Edward B.-I15, 284 
Ward, Edward H., Jr.- 213 

Ward, Edward O 173 

Ward, Frank W^ 137 

Ward, Guy 359 

Ward, Roscoe P 391 

Ward, Thomas R., Jr.- 284 

Ward, William 113 

Ward, William K 143 

Warden, Frank G.- 177, 274 

Warden, Harry 249 

Warder, William H. _- 435 
Warfield, George H. __ 55 
Warford, William F.-- 269 
Warmoth, George W.- 75 

Warner, Arthur H 327 

Warner, Charles C. -90, 245 

Warner, Cortice M 246 

Warner, Edward O 385 

Warner, Hugh M 303 

Warner, Martyn F 352 

Warner, Murray 313 

Warren, Albert K 245 

Warren, Homer G 375 

Warren, LeRoy W 

igo, 351 

Warren, Willis A 347 

Warrington, Harry E.- 299 
Warrington, James N. 

290,336 

Waterman, Charles C. 371 

*Waterman, L. N 97 

Waters, Eugene M 180 

W'aters, Philemon B.-- 112 
Waterworth, Edward 

B 449 

Watkins, Guy H 57 

Watkins, John E 170 

*Watkins, Lewis 80 

Watkins, Wade L 56 

Watkins, William B.-- 56 

*Watkins, William P.-- 
115, 163 

*Watrous, Charles T. ._ 189 

* Watson, Addison 38 

W^atson, Algerus C 39 

*Watson, C. Bruce 61 

Watson, David K 39, 98 

Watson, Gustavus A.-- 223 

W^atson, James 36 

Watson, Joseph L.-131, 461 

*Watson, Otway 37 

Watson, Sydney 187 

Watson, Thomas Q 267 

*Watson, William B 81 

*Watson, William C 38 

Watt, Earl H 33 

*Watt, William G 50 

W'atts, J. Frederick--- 275 
Watts, James O 239 



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Watts, Nathan 197 

Watts, R. Thomas, Jr.- 238 
Watts, Stephen H.- 1 19, 238 

Waugh, Charles P 213 

Waugh, James M 245 

Weadock, John V 281 

Weadon, Francis P 8g 

Weathers, John R 69 

Weaver, Alexander B. 172 

Weaver, Dempsey 167 

Weaver, George N 144 

Weaver, Jacob J., Jr.-- 122 

Weaver, John S 76, 152 

Weaver, Louis W. 144 

Weaver, Thomas S 163 

Weaver, William W.-- 438 

Webb, Brittain R. 51 

Webb, Charles W 234 

Webb, Otto 294 

Webb, Walter L 163 

Weber, Carl G 227 

Weber, Charles A 265 

Weber, William J 196 

Webster, Arthur 277 

*Webster, Charles W.B. 37 
Webster, Edward H.-- 184 

*Webster, LeRoy 280 

Webster, William C.-- 374 

*Weech, C. Sewell loi 

Weed, Joseph B., Jr.-- 407 

Weeden, Burr M 188 

Weeks, Charles Q 412 

Weeks, Edv/ard P 211 

Weeks, William G 211 

Wehn, EarleA 332 

Weidensaul, Yencer M. 138 

Weidner, Fraley N 41c 

Weidner, George F.-- 318 

Weikert, Clyde B 128 

Weikert, Samuel A 123 

Weills, John C. S 81 

Weills, William M. L. 81 

Weir, Claude H 397 

Weis, Samuel W 313 

Weiser, James M 98 

Welch, James A 166 

Welch, Samuel W 217 

Welck, William 98 

*Welfley, Richard H... 124 

Weller, Arthur 303 

Weller, Worth 303 

Welles, Arthur T 135 

Welles, Theodore L.-- 173 
Wells, Almond B., Jr.- 332 
Wells, Channing M.-- 313 

Wells, Harvey 40 

Wells, James H 384 

Wells, John H 408 

Wells, James H 247 

Wells, Rolla 257 

Wells, Vines M. 222 



PAGE 

Welton, Benjamin F.-- 428 
Wendell, Robert F.--. 

167, 464 

Wendt, Charles 127 

Wendt, John 127, 439 

Wentz, Charles P 258 

Wepple, Worth W 278 

Werder, Hudson B 354 

Werner, Frank A 315 

Wernher, Ernest 358 

Wescott. Seba Clar- 
ence 357 

Wessells, Eugene H.-- 439 

West, Howard 435 

West, Perry 435 

Westermann, Hans T. 331 
Westfeldt, George G.- 372 
Westfeldt,Gustaf R.,Jr. 372 

Weston, Harry C 92 

Westwater, James G.-- 321 
Wetherill, William C- 158 
Wetmore, Edward D.- 173 

*Wetmore, Frederick S. 174 

Wetzel, George T 341 

Wetzel, Harvey M. --. 384 
Weyerbacher.Kermeth 458 

*Whaley, Rogers 362 

Whaling, Joshua B 211 

Wharton, William L... 88 
Wheat, Benjamin L. -- 264 
Wheeler, Charles P. -- 185 
Wheeler, Daniel H., Jr. 330 
Wheeler, Fred F 385 

*Wheeler, Frank L 330 

Wheeler, Myron E 330 

Wheeler, Thornton ^R. 326 
Wheeler, William G.-- 112 
Wheeler, William H. - 331 
Wheldon, Charles S.-- 293 
Whetsel,EverardN.76, 458 
Whicher, Charles M... 404 

Whicher, Frank P 423 

Whiffen, Hamlet H. -- 343 
Whipple, Merwyn Jay 424 

Whitaker, John S. 72 

Whitcomb, William C. 400 

White, Allison R 159 

White, Benjamin 142 

White, Benjamin F, .- 142 
White, Carroll Henry- 428 
White, Charles E. 87 

*White, Charles J 245 

White, D. Charles 423 

White, Edward F 89 

White, Harry C. 405 

White, Henry H 80 

White, Henry M 445 

White, Herford 354 

White, John A. 326 

White, John H 406 

White, John S 313 



White, Lawrence A, .- 209 

*White, Leland M 377 

*White, Milton 362 

White, Robert W 100 

White, Samuel R 99 

*White, Thomas B 275 

White, Thomas W. 220 

White, Thomas W., Jr. 57 
White, William D., Jr. 258 

White, William S 375 

White-Callan, Lewis J. 258 
Whitehead, Charles G. 138 

^Whitehead, Charles W. 324 

Whitehead. Silas C 236 

Whitham, William H.- 445 

Whiting, Percy H 416 

Whitlock, Brand ---43, 455 

Whitlock, EliasD 38 

Whitman, Edward P. - 313 
Whitman, Rowland 157, 464 
Whitmer, Rollo Ray.. 34 

Whitmore, Jesse D 333 

Whitmore, William W. 342 
Whitney, Albert W. -- 325 
Whitney, Clarence W. 279 
Whitney, George H.-- 164 
Whitney,James Lyman 327 
Whitney.Josiah Dwight 327 
Whitney, William T. - 327 
Whitsitt, Andrew A. .- 87 
Whittemore, Frank E. 179 
Whittemore,. George F. 321 
Whittick, Manuel C.-- 321 
Whittier, Thomas T... 429 
Wickenden,WilliamE. 181 

*Wickes, Hamilton S.-- 184 
Wickham, Charles E.- 306 
Wickham, William F. 253 
Widber, Augustus C.-- 380 
Widman, Charles H. -- 280 

Wier, John G. 468 

Wierman, Victor P. — 171 
Wiggam, Albert E. --- 198 

*Wiggam, Horace 197 

Wiggam, John H 196 

Wightman, Charles A. 187 
Wightman, Richard R. 376 

Wilbur, Cressy L 346 

Wilcox, John F. 157 

Wilcoxen, Thomas H.- 448 

Wilde, Herbert R 408 

Wilder, Charles T 292 

Wilder, Henry W 291 

Wiles, Charles C 37 

Wiley, Channing P 210 

Wiley, Cole C 248 

Wiley, Henry A 208 

*Wiley, John K. 106 

Wiley, Merlin L. 378 

Wilev, Oscar 208 

Wiley, Robert M. -I18, 211 



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PAGE 

Wiley, Ulric Z. 147 

*Wilhite, James M. 68 

Wilkens, Samuel H. __ 431 
Wilkerson, Presley M. 217 

Wilkes, John D 218 

Wilkins, Eugene B 258 

Wilkins, William A.-- 85 
Wilkinson, Arthur C... 

352, 470 

Wilkinson, Oscar O. A. 

179, 464 

Wilkinson, Samuel E.. 42 

Willard, Bryant 312 

Willard, Herman F. -- 124 

Willard, Samuel S 124 

Williams, A. H. 462 

Allen W 319 

Arthur R. -^ 359 



Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams, 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 

erts 

Williams 



Burns L 360 



38 

325 

36 

54 

328 



Byron 

David R 

Ebenezer M. 
Edmund P.- 
Edward W.- 
Elmer i»i 

Ernest S 419 

Fitch Rob- 

280, 377 

George B. -.. 

294, 386 
372 



Williams, George E. 
Williams, George H. 
Williams, George W. . 112 

Williams, Guy R 320 

Williams, Harry N. 313 

Williams, James F. — 37 

Williams, Jesse P. 112 

Williams, Joe E 459 

Williams, John R. 397 

Williams, John W 211 

Williams, Lynn A 353 

Williams, Marcus T.C. 37 
Williams, Norman R. _ 343 
Williams, Pierce B. 164 

*Williams, Robert E. N. 381 
Williams, Samuel W. - 136 

*Williams, Thomas M.- 96 
Williams, Walter E. -- 53 
Williams, Walter O. -- 149 
Williams, William H.- 396 

*Williams, William 

Heinrich 397 

Williams, William W., 
Jr 382 

*Williamson, Benjamin 

A. 141 

Williamson, C. V 44 

Williamson, Chester H. 197 
Williamson, Delano E. 84 
Williamson, DwightW. 89 
Williamson, Jesse 459 



PAGE 

Williamson, Levy 191 

Willis, Albert P 404 

W'illis, George E 77 

Willis, Samuel C 268 

Willis, Short A 467 

Willits, Charles O 

92, 278, 459 

Willmott, John W 434 

Willson, Romney L. -- 76 

Wilson, Arthur E. 415 

Wilson, Arthur L 143 

Wilson, Baxter 50 

Wilson, Benjamin G.-- 259 
Wilson, C. Heilman — 203 

Wilson, Charles D 34 

Wilson, Claude D. 34 

*Wilson, Coleman R. -- 195 

Wilson, Daniel F 299 

Wilson, David C. 80 

Wilson, Edward L. — 196 

Wilson, Floyd A 280 

Wilson, Frederick H. _ 293 
Wilson, George W\ — 68 

Wilson, Harry R 173 

Wilson, Harry S., Jr.-- 230 

Wilson, Herbert J 428 

Wilson, Howard A. 33 

Wilson, Hugh E 230 

Wilson, J. C 44 

Wilson, James 173 

Wilson, James H 174 

Wilson, James R 72 

Wilson, John B. 170 

Wilson, John W 

237, 368, 467 

Wilson, Junius L 

115, 203, 467 

Wilson, Philip S 368 

Wilson, Porter M. 133 

Wilson, Robert L 368 

Wilson, Russell 302 

Wilson, Samuel M. --- 48 

Wilson, Thomas B 38 

Wilson, Walter W 258 

*Wilson, William 106 

Wilson, William A. --- 149 
Wilson, William W. -- 86 
Wiltsee, Clifford A 180 

*Wiltsee, John A 39 

Wiltsee, Percy L 181 

Winchester, Mark 181 

Winchester, Robert L. 53 
Windisch, Charles F.-_ 298 

W^indsor, Charles J 326 

Winfield, Turner A. -- 368 
Winfree, W. Russell- - 238 

Wing, Frederic M 191 

Wingate, David R 209 

Winger, Frank S 350 

Wingert, John H 132 

*Wingert, William H.K. 126 



PAGE 

nVinings, William M.-- 87 

Winlack, H. Stanley -- 460 

Winn, Frank L 265 

Wiiiship, Walter E.-.- 418 

Winslow, Frederic C- 184 

Winter, Charles G 288 

Wiiiton, Roy W 360 

Wintrode, Alfred H... 244 

Wirt, John A 124 

Wise, Gustus M 343 

Wise, Harry Oliver-73, 74 

Wise, Malcolm 134 

Wise, William C 188 

Wiseman, Edward B. - 384 

Wissler, Clark 75 

*Witbeck, Henrv J 278 

Withers, Robert E 368 

Wittenmeyer, SamueL 

137, 407 

Witter, Otis L 178 

Witter, William E 34 

Witwer, Albert M 103 

Wixom, Justin H 346 

*Wolf, Charles S 126 

Wolf, Henry M 125 

Wolf, John B 126 

Wolf, Robbin B 127 

Wolfe, Charles J. 134 

Wolfe, Jacob V. 66 

Wolfe, Philip B 136 

Wolff, Emil 449 

Wolff, George, Jr. 449 

Wollaeger, Edwin F.- 354 

Wollaeger, Gustav, Jr. 352 

Wolverton, Simon P. Jr. 137 

Wood, Bourne 431 

Wood, Carl E 75 

*Wood, Charles 311 

Wood, Charles H.- 208, 222 

Wood, Charles L 320 

Wood, Edward J 397 

Wood, Edwin D 94, 459 

*Wood, Frank A. 330 

Wood, P'red B 444 

*Wood, Garry H. 135 

W^ood, George R 177 

Wood, Henry D 277 

Wood, James P 217 

nVood.john A. B 178 

Wood, Luke 288 

Wood, Morey A 279 

Wood, Norman 288 

Wood, Wallace 50 

Wood, Wallace 195 

Wood, William R. 300 

Wood, William S.-167, 464 

Woodall, Charles B 303 

Woodall, Harry R 384 

Woodall, Dura Mar- 
shall 324 

*Woodburn, James 69 



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PAGE 

Woodbury, Benjamin. 176 

Wooden, Morris loi 

Wooden, Weldon B. ._ 385 
Woodhull, Charles R.- 315 

*Woods, Byron A 176 

Woods, C. B. 203 

Woods, Edward D 51 

Woods, Floyd 469 

Woods, John W 434 

*Woodsmall, Harrison . 67 
Woodward, Arthur P.. 258 
Woodward, Ernest G.- 414 

*Woodward, Henry 123 

Woodward, Warren — 302 
Woodward, William H. 326 
Woodworth, Albert O. 340 
Woodworth, Benjamin 

S 405 

Woodworth, James R.- 429 
Woody, Charles De — 136 
Woody, Charles S.- -94, 459 
Woody, Frederick W._ 293 

Woody, Paul W 295 

Woodyatt, Ernest 314 

Woodyatt, Rollin T... 407 

Wooley, William S 356 

Woollard, Pierce B 55 

Work, Edgar W. 228 

Workman, David R.-- 226 

Worley, Albert 360 

Worley, John S 360, 348 

Worthington, Union 

257, 265, 468 

Wren, Arthur Roy 279 

*Wright, Albert D 157 

Wright, Albert O., Jr.- 352 

Wright, AUenG 381 

Wright, Arthur C 247 

Wright, ArthurW 132 

Wright, Bayard W 341 

Wright, Charles B 188 

Wright, Charles N. __- 382 

Wright, Charles O 449 

Wright, Foster C 401 

Wright, Francis T 195 

Wright, Frank E 181 



PAGE 

Wright, Herbert P. --- 188 

Wright, Jacob W 325 

Wright, James B 74 

*Wright, James H 49 

Wright, James M. -I99, 466 

Wright, John E. 61 

Wright, John L. 342 

Wright, Julian V 311 

Wright, Norman S. 382 

Wright, Preston 119 

Wright, Robert J 54 

Wright, Royal 292 

Wright, Thomas W. .- 386 
Wright, Walter 181 

*Wright, William E 90 

Wright, William H.._- 381 
Wright, William W. .- 381 
Wright, Williamson S. 60 

Wyatt, Grant 306 

Wycoff, Cornelius W.- 80 

Wyeth, Newton 274 

Wylie, Samuel B 77 

Wylly, Albert 253 

Wyly, Thomas H 206 

Wyim, Francis B 89 

Wynn, John G 92, 247 

Wynn, William A 358 

Yancy, Albert F 208 

Yancy, Alexander K.-- 112 

Yant, George S 449 

Yaple, George L 184 

Yaple, George L., Jr..- 378 

*Yardley, Joseph W 256 

Yeager, Lewis A 445 

Yeates, Charles M 236 

Yeaton, Edward S 430 

*Yeldell,A. Robert 107 

*Yeldell, William A 107 

Yeoman, Joseph A. O.- 37 

*Yerby, JohnD 284 

Yerger, Edwin M, 209 

*Yerger, Harry 49 

Yerger, Orville M., Jr._ 202 

Yerxa, Ernest L 393, 402 

Yingling, Esteb C 34 



PAGE 

Yocum, Frank 387, 464 

*Yoder, Roy 470 

Yoell, John H 275 

Yoke, C. R 151 

Yoko, Robert C. 445 

Yost, Fielding H. _ 444 

*Youche, Julius W. 69 

Young, Alexander F.-- 

162, 463 

Young, Alfred A. 50 

Young, Charles E. 393 

Young, Charles S 405 

Young, Clare C 332, 401 

Young, De Lanson J... 128 

Young, Fred L 448 

Young, Harry S 382 

Young, Howard B 128 

Young, James 363 

*Young, John D 160 

Young, John E 276 

Young, Lewis O. 128 

Young, Robert A 220 

Young, Robert B 217 

Young, Stark 56 

Young, Will C. 423 

Young, William H 133 

Young, William M. 342 

Younger, Herbert L 419 

Youngman, John R 170 

Youngman, Thomas W. 170 
Yount, John A 212 

Zahniser, Charles M... 172 
*Ziegenfuss, Henry L.-- 122 

Ziegler, John F 276 

Ziegler, S. Lewis 

134, 257, 461 

Ziepprecht, Carl W. -_ 354 
Zimmermann, Walter 

G 314 

ZoUars, Lewis R 177 

*Zook, Thomas W 66 

Zug, Charles K. 99 

Zug, Ray 102 

Zwietusch, Edward O.- 350 



RESIDENCE INDEX 



ALABAMA. 

Alexander City page 

Walker, Newton S., Farmer, '8i --. 217 



Alpine 
Welch, Samuel W., Physician, 'i 



217 



Altmore 

Walker, Howard R., Clergyman, '74, 202 

Benton 
Staggers, Robert J., Merchant, '76- 262 

Bessemer 

Trotter, James, Attorney, '76 51 

1811 Arlington Ave. 

Birmingham 

Dill, William Y., Druggist, '79 217 

Forbes, Thomas S., Insurance, '78- - 203 

Fowlkes, Samuel V., Merchant, '76- 216 
1130 S. 19th St. 

Gaines, James, /^W(?/d?r, '00 415 

Joy, Frederick M., Dra2ights7natt,'o\ 205 
With T. C. I. & R. R. Co. 

Joy, Samuel S., Architect, '02 295 

Lowe, Robert J., Attorney, '81 262 

Martin, William E., Attorney, '78-- 52 
i6th St. & 13th Ave. 

Meade William E., Bookkeeper, '87, 54 

Molton, William F., Real Estate, '83, 218 
ii8'/2 N. 19th St. 

Morse, John W., '80 284 

Palmer, Ransom D., 

Physician, '82, '83, 116, 217, 460, 466 
Smith, Thomas O., Banker, '82, 165, 262 

Clayton 
Mabry, Seth, Teacher, '76 216 

Cherokee 

Lawrence, James W., '78 216 

Dadeville 
Bulger, Thomas L., Aitorney,''j\-.. 208 

Dallas Mills 

Dennis, William J., '61 106 

Elmore 
Scott, Joseph A., Clergyman, '84 284 



Fairfield page 

Clark, Samuel, Physician, 'jj 216 

Faunsdale 

Bethea, Samuel R., Planter, '83 218 

Florence 

O'Neal, Alfred M., Engineer, '02. .. 416 

Fort Payne 

Quin, William E., 

Physician, 'J2, '74 50,216, 234 

Gadsden 

tGarlington, Thomas G.,Druggist,'%6, 211 

Gainesville 
Scales, Uriah E., '84 284 

Gallion 
Collins, John W., Farmer, '80 217 

Geneva 
Milligan, Fitzjames, Attorney, '83-- 284 

Greensboro 
tjones, Robin, Railroad Official, '85- 218 
Tutwiler, Pascal A., 

Attorney, '69, '73 113, 222 

Ward, Thomas R.,]r., M ere hant,'^2» 284 

Huntsville 

Coleman, Frank, Attorney, '69 162 

Harrison, Kibble J., Real Estate, '78, 262 

Patton, Oliver B., '69 113 

Walker, Richard W., 

Attorney