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EDITOR 

LEO WELDON WERTHEIMER 

IOTA '99 



Published in the 84th Year of the Fraternity, 
May, 1917 



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PSI UPSILON FRATERNITY 



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TO 

HERBERT LAW RE.XCE BRIDGMAN 
GAMMA '66 

SINCE 1877 CONTINUOUSLY A MEMBER 

OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF THE 

FRATERNITY AND SINCE 1883 

CONTINUOUSLY ITS PRESIDENT 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Preface xi 

LiST OF Chapters xii 

Executive Council xiii 

Conventions of the Fraternity xiv 

Catalogues of the Fraternity xv 

FliSTORY OF Psi Upsilon xvi 

List of Abbreviations ' xxvii 

Abbreviations for Names of Degrees Conferred xxviii 

Chapter Rolls 

Theta 1 

Delta 31 

Beta 66 

Sigma 209 

Gamma 235 

Zeta 286 

Lambda ......'. .:. 335 

Kappa 370 

Psi 406 

Xi 428 

Alpha ...:.. 485 

Upsilon 497 

Iota 520 

Phi 533 

Omega (old) 562 

Omega (new) 568 

Pi : 577 

Chi 600 

Beta Beta 623 

Eta : 651 

Tail 665 

Mu 679 

Rho 692 

Epsilon 706 

Omicron ■ 714 

Delta Delta 720 

Theta Theta 122> 

Geographical Index 726 

Alphabetical Index 839 

Appendix 

Smnmary by States and Countries 917 

Summary by Cities 917 

Unknown Addresses 918 

Membership by Chapters 920 

Chapter Addresses 921 

Table of Occupations 921 

Additions and Corrections 922 

X 



PREFACE 



Since the publication of the Eleventh General Catalogue of Psi Upsilon, in 1902, 
four Chapters and 4,830 members have been added to the rolls of tlie Fraternity. The 
present Catalogue records the names, Chapters, classes, symbols, degrees, undergraduate 
societies and scholastic and athletic honors, positions of honor and trust, authorship, 
club and association membership, and occupations of the members, with the addresses 
of the living and the dates of death of the deceased, so far as it has been possible to 
learn them. 

Information was derived in the first instance from the members themselves, in part 
through personal solicitation, but mostly by correspondence. All addresses appearing 
hereinafter and not enclosed in parentheses have been obtained in this manner and are, 
consequently, official. An address enclosed in parenthesis is, usually, one to which 
four letters have been sent, without bringing the desired response and without 
being returned by the Post Office Department. In a few cases the addresses were not 
learned until recently, too late for the four letters to have been sent seriatim, but in 
no case, too late for at least one to have been sent, with the result indicated. Accord- 
ingly these addresses are good for mailing purposes at least, but do not appear in 
the Geographical Index. 326 names of living members appear without 
addresses. It has been impossible, even through correspondence with Chapters, col- 
leges, class secretaries, relatives and others, and examination of directories, catalogues 
and other lists, to obtain for these members addresses letters sent to which were not 
returned undelivered. Former Catalogues of the Fraternity have contained "last 
known" addresses, even when it was known that they were not good for mailing pur- 
poses, but to reduce their number, and to save time, stationery and postage when used 
as a mailing list, they have been omitted from this Catalogue. In the Appendix ap- 
pears a list of these "lost" members, and any person knowing the address of one or 
more of them is requested to communicate this knowledge to the Executive Council. 

The asterisk (*) follows the name of a deceased member. Discarded names or 
portions thereof are enclosed in brackets [ ]. Initial letters not followed by periods are 
names and not abbreviations. Initial letters followed by periods are abbreviations of 
names not ascertainable. Attention is called to the Appendix, which contains several 
interesting tables. 

The cover design is the work of John Chadbourn Rorison, Beta Beta 
'19. The Editor takes this opportunity to thank all the members of the Executive 
Council, other members of the Fraternity, and the officers of the institutions in which 
the several Chapters are located who have assisted him so untiringly in the work at 
hand. In this connection may be mentioned particularly John Vosburgh Irwin, Delta 
'94, Arthur Hamilton Wilkinson, Jr., Sigma '17, Benjamin Stanton D'Ooge, Gamma '17, 
Thomas Bradford Boardman, Gamma '18 Beta Beta '18, H. [Waldo] Gray Knapp, Zeta 
'12, Homer Wesley Johnson, Jr., Zeta '18, Edwin Bruce Shields, Psi '17, Prentiss 
Bailey Gilbert, Upsilon '06, Edgar Francis Waterman, Beta Beta '98 and Christian Gross, 
Omicron '17. 

While possible in theory it is impossible in practice to produce a work of this sort 
that is perfect. This one is as nearly so as it has been possible to make it, and both 
the Editor and the Publisher believe that it is the most complete and accurate book of 
its kind ever published. We shall feel repaid for our efforts if it meet the requirements 
of the Fraternity. 

Leo Weldon Wertheimer 
New York, May, 1917 

xi 



LIST OF CHAPTERS 



1833 THETA Union University, Schenectady, New York 

1837 DELTA New York University, New York, New York 

1839 BETA Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut 

1840 SIGMA Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island 

1841 GAMMA Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts 

1842 ZETA Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire 

1842 LAMBDA Columbia University, New York, New York 

1843 KAPPA Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine 

1843 PSI Hamilton College, Clinton, New York 

1843 XI Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut 

1850 ALPHA Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 

1858 UPSILON University of Rochester, Rochester, New York 

1860 IOTA Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio 

1865 PHI University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 

1869 OMEGA (old) University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 

1875 PI Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York 

1876 CHI Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 

1880 BETA BETA Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut 

1884 ETA Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 

1891 TAU University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

1891 MU University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota 

1896 RHO University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 

1897 OMEGA (new) .. ..University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 

1902 EPSILON University of California, Berkeley, California 

1910 OMICRON University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 

1913 DELTA DELTA. . .Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts 

1916 THETA THETA. .University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 



Xll 



THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



FORMER MEMBERS 



William Forbes Morgan, Delta '65 1869-74 

Daniel Greenleaf Thompson, Gamma '69 1869-70; 1872-74 

Robert Lenox Belknap, Lambda '69 1869-72 

Robert Weeks De Forest, Beta '70 1869-71 ; 1872-73 

William Conrad Rhodes, Sigma '64 1869-71 

Edward Chittenden Ray, Psi '70 1870-71 

Isaac Nelson Ford, Sigma '70 1871-72 

John Henry Hobart Pinckney, Psi '51 1871-72 

Frederic Augustus Brown, Lambda '72 1871-77 

William Henry Case, Theta '66 1872-73 

George Clark Coffin, Zeta '72 1873-76 

Henry Ward Beecher Howard, Beta '72 1873-76 

George Zabriskie, Delta '70 1874-76 

Isaac Smith Signor, Psi '70 1874-75 ; 1876-79 

Frederic George Dow, Kappa '32 1875-77 

Charles Wesley Smiley, Xi '74 1876-84 

Charles Densmore Wvman, Omega '72 Upsilon '72 1876-77 

Thomas Thacher, Beta '71 1877-81 

Alfred Eugene Mudge. Phi '66 1877-78 

John Morrell Rider, Theta '73 1878-79 

W^ard McLean, Theta '43 1879-83 

Joseph Lyman, Alpha '73 1879-80 

Howard Benjamin Grose. Omega '75 Upsilon '76 1880-82 ; 1883-84 

Hugh Bournonville MacCauley, Delta '77 1881-82 

David Buchanan Willson, Beta Beta '79 1882-83 

James Morgan Gilbert, Pi '75 1882-83 

Benjamin Holmes Bayliss, Delta '65 1883-97 

Francis Sedgwick Bangs, Lambda '78 1883-00 

Henry Clark Johnson, Chi '73 1884-92 

William Morgan Kingsley, Delta '83 1884-01 

Frank Lorenzo Hall, Beta '72 1892-01 

George Welling Giddings, Lambda '92 1901-08 

John Vosburgh Irwin, Delta '94 1901-08 

Albert Draper Whiting, Tau '88 , 1908-15 

Henry Johnson Fisher, Beta '96 1908-12 

Edwin Paul Shattuck, Lambda '99 1908-11 

Leo Weldon Wertheimer, Iota '99 Lambda '02 : 1908-15 

John Godfrey Saxe. Lambda '00 1908-11 

John Lawson Senior, Chi '01 1908-09 

PRESENT MEMBERS 

Herbert Lawrence Bridgman, Gamma '66 1877 — 

George Silas Coleman, Xi '76 1897— 

George Henry Fox, Upsilon '67 1900— 

Earl D Babst, Iota '93 Phi '93 1907— 

Austin Meigs Poole, Delta '87 Lambda '88 1909— 

Frederick Paul, Keppel, Lambda '98 1911— 

Edward Livingston Stevens. Chi '99 1911— 

Theodore Leland Waugh. Pi '98 1912— 

Herbert Sherman Houston, Omega '88 1915— 

George Xavier McLanahan, Beta '96 : 1915— 



The address of the Executive Council, to which all communications should be sent, 
is P. O. Box 1720, New York, N. Y. 



xin 



CONVENTIONS OF THE FRATERNITY 



In 1858 the Convention was held in New York, New York, under the auspices of the 
Executive Committee. Other Conventions have been held with the Chapters as follows : 



Theta 


1843, 1852, 1863, 1869, 1883, 1903 


Delta 


1841, 1854, 1887, 1907 


Beta 


1840, 1845, 1855, 1861, 1870, 1879, 1902 


Sigma 


1847, 1856, 1871, 1890, 1914 


Gamma 


1844, 1857, 1872, 1891, 1913 


Zeta 


1846, 1860, 1873, 1893, 1916 


Lambda 


1849, 1859, 1874, 1892, 1912 


Kappa 


1850,1862,1875,1894,1911 


Psi 


1851, 1864, 1876, 1895 


Xi 


1848, 1865, 1877, 1897 


Alpha 


1853 


Upsilon 


1866, 1878, 1889, 1908 


Iota 


1867, 1888, 1910 


Phi 


1868, 1880, 1896 


Omega 


1881. 1909 


Pi 


1882, 1900 


Chi 


1884, 1899 


Beta Beta 


1885, 1906 


Eta 


1886, 1905 


Tau 


1901 


Mu 


1898, 1917* 


Rho 


1904 


Epsilon 


1915 


Omicron 


— 


Delta Delta 


— 


Theta Theta 


— 



*To be held in May 



XIV 



CATALOGUES OF THE FRATERNITY 





YEAR 


CHAPTERS 


MEMBERS 


First 


1842 


5 


243 


Second 


1844 


10 


497 


Third 


1847 


10 


802 


Fourth 


1849 


10 


995 


Fifth 


1852 


11 


1,323 


Sixth 


1855 


11 


1,681 


Seventh 


1864 


13 


2,678 


Eighth 


1870 


IS 


3,525 


Ninth 


1879 


17 


4,940 


Tenth 


1888 


19 


6,778 


Eleventh 


1902 


23 


9,699 


Twelfth 


1917 


26 


14.529 



XV 



HISTORY OF PSI UPSILON 

The Psi Upsilon Fraternity owes its origin to two principal sources. The first 
of these is the great public excitement that prevailed throughout this country, beginning 
in 1820, over the heated discussion for and against the Masonic Fraternity. Although 
confined in the main to those of more mature age, where it had marked and serious 
effects on affairs social, political and commercial, this discussion found its way into the 
undergraduate bodies of our institutions of learning. There the students gave much 
thought to secret societies in general, but especially to those which had been or might 
be confined to that walk of life in which they then found themselves. The general 
question was argued and debated, academically, in the semi-secret literary societies which 
had sprung up among the students, and where the effect on the plastic minds of the 
participants was most marked. Although the general opposition to freemasonry was 
extended to include all secret societies, fortunately, and because they were sb little 
known, none of it attached to college secret societies. The other source was the Phi 
Beta Kappa society, which had been organized in 1776 at William and Mary College 
and had spread to six other institutions of learning. Although started as strictly 
secret, and having both social and literary objects, Phi Beta Kappa, because many 
of its members were members of the faculties of the institutions in which its chapters 
were seated and consequently exercised considerable jurisdiction over its activities, had 
come to depend upon scholastic attainments rather than social possibilities as qualifica- 
tions for membership, and on account of the general opposition to secret societies, it had 
given up most of its secrets. With both its mystery and its social motive gone, Phi 
Beta Kappa had lost its charm and its attractiveness to the undergraduate mind, and 
the students saw that any new societies to be organized by them must be founded upon 
entirely different ideals. 

The fifth chapter of Phi Beta Kappa had been established at Union College in 1817. 
Three other Greek-letter Societies, Kappa Alpha, Sigma Phi and Delta Phi, had been 
organized at Union between that year and 1833, and which, sometimes called the "Union 
Triad," were the founders of the existing college fraternity system. Union College 
was located in the heart of that section in which the discussion referred to above was 
most violent. Under the influence of the high character and wide reputation of her 
then president. Dr. Eliphalet Nott, it was in 1833 the foremost educational institution 
in America outside of New England, and being less firmly bound down by tradition 
than her New England rivals preceded them in the adoption of more modern educational 
methods. 

In addition to the three named above there had also been organized at Union several 
secret societies of a purely literary character, one of which was known as the Delphian 
Institute. The rivalry among these literary societies was most keen, both for members 
and literary supremacy, and in college politics. As a result of a class political 
contest seven members of the Delphian Institute banded themselves together in 
a resolve to counteract the tendencies of the old literary and scholastic societies 
by the formation of a new one, which should be broader and more liberal in 
constitution and action and in which the social motive should be the prevailing one. 
They subscribed to a formal agreement, pledging themselves to unite in an association 
which should be conducted for the common welfare, and the name "Psi Upsilon" was 
adopted. This formal document, known as the "Pledge," was long preserved, and 
its text is still in the archives of the Theta Chapter. It was dated November 24, 1833, 
the birthday of Psi Upsilon, and the anniversary of which is now celebrated far and 
wide as "Founders' Day." 

xvi 



HISTORY OF PSI UPSILON 

The Seven Founders were Samuel Goodale, Sterling Goodale Hadley, Edward 
Alartindale and George Washington Tuttle, of the cla^s of 1836, and Robert Barnard, 
Charles Washington Harvej- and Merwin Henry Stewart, of the class of 1837. They 
were well qualified to lead the new movement, and it must not be thought that they were 
in any respect lacking in those scholastic attainments necessary to admission to the 
honorary societies, or in those other qualities which made for high standing in the 
opinion of the faculty. Three of the original members of the class of 1836 received 
Phi Beta Kappa keys, while all but one of the seven received the A. B. degree at the 
completion of their courses and the seventh afterwards received honorary D. D. S., 
M. D. and honorary A. M. degrees at as many other institutions. Goodale, after 
graduation, studied theology, and both taught school, preached and did missionary 
work for many years. He was Honorary Canon of the Cathedral in Omaha and Chap- 
lain of the Senate of Nebraska, retired from active service, and died in 1898. Hadley 
practiced law in New York, was a member of the State Legislature and of a Con- 
stitutional Convention, became Judge and Surrogate of Seneca County, State Assessor, 
President of the Board of Trustees of one of the State Hospitals for the insane, 
Trustee of Hobart College and United States Commissioner to locate Government 
buildings in Rochester, Detroit, Minneapolis and Denver, and died in 1901. Martindale 
practiced law for many years in New York and Iowa, was a Lieutenant-Colonel and 
later a Colonel in the Union Army, and survived until 1904, being the last surviving 
Founder. Tuttle long prospered in New York as a merchant and manufacturer, 
and was not called from his long life until 1903. The Founders from the class 
of 1837, although not possessed of such physical vigor as their four 
associates, made good use of their opportunities and became men of high repute in 
their respective communities. Barnard finished his brief but brilliant career as a 
lawyer in Xew York only when ill health sent him to California, where he died in 1853. 
Harvey became well known in the State of New York as a physician and surgeon, received 
honorary degrees from two institutions of learning, became president of the Buffalo 
Medical and Surgical Association and died in 1886. Stewart, while preparing for the 
ministry, taught in Virginia for two years and died in 1836. 

The formation of the Fraternity was at first kept secret, the members taking time 
to strengthen it by the addition of new members, and to forestall possible 
faculty opposition until such time as their organization should be strong enough to 
resist such opposition. Three members of the class of '36 were initiated in December, 
and in January and Februarj^, 1834, six new members were admitted, five from '36 and 
one from '37. Psi Upsilon was the first fraternity at Union to take members from 
all the undergraduate classes. Before that time it had been the custom to confine 
membership in the fraternities to upper classmen. It was not until June, 1834, that the 
Diamond was publicly worn. It had been designed by a noted jeweler of Albany, who 
was consulted by the Founders, and who made all of our earliest badges. He always 
spoke of it as one of his masterpieces. 

The career of Psi Upsilon, during its earliest years, was by no means smooth. Its 
rivals, the older Greek-letter societies, did what they could to hinder its growth and 
progress. They made an agreement among themselves to exclude all its members from 
Phi Beta Kappa, but this step seemed to President Nott so unjust that he interfered to 
the extent of informing the active members of Phi Beta Kappa that unless the agreement 
were dissolved the faculty would itself nominate the members of that society. This 
threat was actually carried into effect, and Psi Upsilon thus secured its fair representa- 
tion in Phi Beta Kappa. In 1838, when the secret societies appointed a joint committee 
to confer with President Nott concerning an attempted invasion of their rights in the 
literary societies, a Psi Upsilon was made chairman. 

xvii 



HISTORY OF PSI UPSILON 

In September, 1834, eight more men were initiated, two from '36, five from 'Zl, and 
one, William Taylor, our "first freshman," from '38. From '38 were drawn thirteen 
members and from '39 nine. The Fraternity at once took a high stand. Its political 
position having already been secured through the intervention of Dr. Nott, and its 
social standing being good from the outset partly from the fact that the members had 
gained the favor of the wife of Professor (afterward Bishop) Alonzo Potter, the 
daugliter of Dr. Nott, and whose son, Clarkson Nott Potter, later became a member of 
the Fraternity in the class of '42, nothing remained but for it to carry out the high 
ideals of the Founders. A long period of prosperity followed. The name of the, 
local Chapter, "Theta," was not assumed until 1838, after a second Chapter had been 
established. From 1835 to 1860 both inclusive one hundred and seventeen members 
were initiated into the Theta, an average of nearly five members per year. During 
the Civil War initiations were for a short time suspended, partly because of the 
reduced state of the College and partly because of extreme exclusiveness. But Albert 
Constantine Ingham, Theta '47, came to the aid of the Chapter in its time of need. To 
his assistance came Morton Elnathan Brasee and David Milton Monroe Zeller, of the 
classes of '63 and '64 respectively of the Iota Chapter and the former one of its Charter 
Member?, who, feeling that the Theta, which had strongly supported the lota's petition 
for a Charter and had initiated its sole Founder, was entitled to any support which the 
younger Chapter might give, left Kenyon in the midst of their courses with the expressed 
intention of furnishing that support, entered Union and remained to obtain their degrees. 
No class passed without a Psi Upsilon delegation, and with the class of '65 a vigorous 
life returned. In the spring of that year, there being no member of the Fraternity left 
at Union, five Union undergraduates, acting in accordance with arrangements made by 
Theta alumni, went to the Psi Chapter where they were initiated and thence returned 
to form the nucleus of the revived Theta. The archives, which had been surrendered, 
were returned after the delegates sent by the Convention of that year reported that 
the reorganization had been complete. 

All of the Founders, with the exception of Stewart, lived to see realized the hopes 
of their undergraduate days as resting in Psi Upsilon. Barnard lived until 1855, at 
which time there were eleven Chapters and sixteen hundred and sixty members. 
Harvey, who died in 1886, saw the growth into nineteen Chapters and six thousand six 
hundred and six members, one of whom was his son, Leon Ferdinand Harvey, Theta 
'83. At the time of the death of the last surviving Founder, Martindale, in 1904, there 
were twenty-three Chapters and more than eleven thousand members. In 1896 he 
wrote, "It is the pride of my life that I was one of the Founders of the Psi Upsilon 
Society." 

The Fraternity exercised no haste in extending to other institutions. Jeremiah 
Skidmore Lord, Theta '36, had left Union in 1835 to enter the University of the City 
of New York, now New York University, and in the same year wrote to the Theta for 
permission to foimd a Chapter of Psi Upsilon there. An active member of the Theta, 
sent down to examine into the merits of the application, reported unfavorably, another 
Greek-letter society having just been organized in the young University. But soon 
after, Isaac Dayton, a student there, went to Union to complete his course and became 
a Psi Upsilon. Being anxious to see a Chapter of the organization m his old college 
he enlisted the services of William Taylor, referred to above and who' was then in 
New York. These two attended a meeting of the petitioners, and having carried their 
application to the Theta soon obtained the desired permission to establish the new 
Chapter. The formal installation of the Delta took place February 11, 1837, the 
Charter being delivered to six members of the classes of 'Zl, '38, '39 and '40. For 
eighty years the Delta has enjoyed an uninterrupted existence, during the whole of 
which time her influence in the Fraternity has been strong and her alumni have stood 
high in its councils. 

xviii 



•HISTORY OF PSI UPSILON 

In the spring of 1839 William Erigena Robinson, a sophomore at Yale, visited his 
friend George Monilaws, an active member of the Theta, and to both of them occurred 
the idea of planting the Fraternity at Yale. Robinson was initiated by the Theta May 
3, 1839, and having stopped at New York where the consent of the Delta was obtained, 
returned to New Haven as the sole Founder of the Beta. "Until August of that 
year," he writes, "I was the Beta Chapter in myself. I had my badge with 'Beta' on it 
three months before any of those mentioned as founders were initiated, and I initiated 
them all in my room. I was then a sophomore, and had it been known that the society 
admitted any one below a junior, it would have killed the chapter. I therefore kept my 
connection a secret, and was again initiated with my class as juniors, not one of whom 
knew that I had been a member." The Beta soon became and still is the largest Chapter 
of the Fraternit}'. Her alumni have been prominent in all the important walks of life, 
one of them being one of the two Fsi Upsilon Presidents of the United States. The 
Founder of the Beta compiled the first Catalogue of the Fraternity and was an Associate 
Founder of two other Chapters. Our earliest songs were composed and our first 
song books edited by Beta undergraduates. 

The Beta was followed by the Sigma, at Brown University. The indefatigable 
Robinson, the Founder of the Beta, aided by Henry Martyn Dexter, Beta '40, who had 
passed his freshman and sophomore years at Brown, got together at that institution 
the proper quantity and quality of material. Having secured the consent of the three 
existing Chapters they went to Providence and installed the new Chapter March 28, 
1840, the Charter being delivered to twenty-three men, selected from the four under- 
graduate classes. During its early years the Sigma met with considerable opposition on 
the part of the faculty, who had marked prejudices against all secret societies. But the 
members having, during these years, so conducted themselves as to reflect credit upon 
the Chapter and the University, and the Chapter's by-laws having been submitted to 
the President for his examination, the faculty became reconciled to the existence of 
the Sigma and since that time has been frequently and wisely recruited from its alumni. 
Most of the Chapter's initiates have come from the best families of Providence, and 
with its alumni continuously occupying positions of the first rank in official, commercial 
and social circles, it has at all times exercised great influence in the (City's) affairs. 
Many of the Sigma's alumni have become distinguished for their services in the cause of 
education, of whom may be mentioned Albert Harkness, the Latinist, Adoniram Judson 
Huntington, for many years Professor of Greek Language and Literature in Columbian 
College, and James Burrill Angell, President and President Emeritus of the Univer- 
sity of Michigan from 1871 to the time of his death in 1916. William Whitman Bailey, 
the poet and botanist, and James DeMille, the novelist, represent the Sigma in letters, 
while Henry Frederic Lippitt, Sigma '78, has just completed a term as United States 
Senator from Rhode Island. 

Not content with having established two Chapters, Robinson next turned his 
attention to Amherst College. Five students of that institution had resolved to obtain 
a Psi Upsilon Charter, and having associated with themselves eleven other students, 
and a formal petition having been presented to the Beta, dispatched one of their number 
to Yale to cooperate with Robinson in the project. The latter, with his accustomed 
zeal and energy, took up the matter with the other Chapters and soon secured their 
formal consent. On November 16, 1841, he and Edward Trask, Delta '40, journe3'ed to 
Amherst, driving the last twenty-five miles with two spirited horses belonging to the 
latter's mother, and instituted the Gamma. The new Chapter met with faculty opposi- 
tion, similar to that encountered by the Sigma, and was at one time threatened with 
dissolution on the ground that a rule of the college had been broken by the organization 
without faculty consent. Acting upon the advice of a friendly faculty^member, however, 

xix 



HISTORY OF PSI UPSILON. 

the initiates took off their hades and, disclaiming any intention of willful disobedience 
of rules, respectfully asked for official consent to the organization. After an exam- 
ination of its Constitution and by-laws by a committee of the faculty, one of which. 
William Seymour Tyler, then Professor of Greek and Latin, afterwards became a 
member of the Chapter, the desired consent was obtained and the cherished badges put 
on again. From that time the Chapter's progress has been rapid, without once faltering. 
The Gamma is one of the fairest jewels in the diadem of Psi Upsilon, and in their loyalty 
to and zeal for the Fraternity her alumni are second to none. 

On May 10, 1842, the Zeta was instituted at Dartmouth College by Horace James, 
one of the Charter Members of the Beta and who was then studying for the ministry 
at Andover Theological Seminary. The Charter was delivered to fourteen men, all 
members of the senior class of '42, and nearly all of whom rose to distinction. The 
first Greek-letter society to enter Dartmouth, Psi Upsilon at first experienced the same 
difficulty — faculty opposition — as at Brown and Amherst. Having nothing substantial 
upon which to base this opposition, and finding the Chapter enjoying the protection of 
the wife of Profesor Sanborn and the aunt of one of the Charter Members, and who 
braving the wrath of her spouse and his fellow members of the faculty offered the 
originators o'f all the trouble a room in her house for holding their meetings, the 
opposition soon disappeared and the faculty came to look upon the new organization 
as something of which the College could be proud. The Zeta's growth has been rapid, 
until now it is the Second Chapter of the Fraternity in the size of both its alumni and 
undergraduate bodies. Its sons have stood high in all important walks of life, especially 
so in education, and to the records of many of them Psi Upsilon points with pride. 

At the commencement of the Zeta's probationary period eight students, members 
of the junior and senior classes at Columbia College (now a part of Columbia Univer- 
sity) were asking for the establishment of a Psi Upsilon Chapter in that institution. 
They were aided by William Taylor, Theta '38, who had taken such an active part in the 
establishment of the Delta, and by Cornelius Earle, then a Delta undergraduate. The 
necessary authority having been obtained, these two installed the Lambda Chapter on 
June 20, 1842, and delivered the Charter to the eight undergraduates referred to above. 
Psi Upsilon had been preceded six years at Columbia by another fraternity, and was 
not opposed by the faculty. The prosperity of the Lambda dates from its birth and 
for seventy-five years it has maintained a high position at Columbia. The Charter 
Members were all men of the highest scholarship standing, the three junior members 
being the honor men of their class, and the Chapter has had more honor men than all 
other fraternities at Columbia combined. Its alumni occupy many of the highest posi- 
tions in the religious, educational, professional, financial and social life of the metrop- 
olis, and have at all times been most active in the affairs of the Fraternity. 

The petition for the establishment of a Chapter at Bowdoin College was presented 
at the Convention held in 1842. The movement had begun systematically. An associa- 
tion of the students sent one of their number to Harvard and Yale, with the view to 
selecting an intercollegiate fraternity with which to connect themselves. On his return 
to Brunswick he recommended Psi Upsilon so strongly that from that time association 
with no other fraternity was thought of. The petition was acted upon favorably and 
the Charter voted by the Convention, but, in consequence of some false stories put in 
circulation by other organizations connected with the College, its issuance was delayed. 
The disappointed petitioners formed themselves into a local society, known as Omega 
Phi, and set about correcting these false impressions. Through the assistance of 
Mellen Chamberlain, Zeta '44, the difficulty was removed and the Charter issued. On 
July 26, 1843, Lincoln Flagg Brigham, Zeta '42, as the official representative of the 
Fraternity, formally instituted the Kappa Chapter, nine men being named in the Charter. 
The Institutor saidj "The Bowdoin Chapter, in the beginning and since, as I have cause 

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HISTORY OF PSI UPSILON 

to believe, was made up of the best material the college afforded." Of the nine 
Founders three became clergymen, three lawyers, ai]d one a manufacturer. All of them 
attained prominence. The Kappa has been well represented in all Bowdoin classes since 
its installation, and its alumni are strong in Portland and other Maine cities and towns. 
William Pierce Frye, Kappa '50, was United States Senator from Maine from 1881 
until 1911, and Sumner Increase Kimball, Kappa '55, has been the head of the United 
States Life Saving Service since 1878. 

At Hamilton College an attempt to gain admission to Psi Upsilon had been made 
in 1838. Another attempt was made in the winter of 1842-43, when two undergraduate 
members of the Theta visited the petitioners and reported favorably. The petitioners 
belonged to an inner circle of a local organization known as "I. T." Under this mask 
they were able not only to conduct their operations without arousing suspicion, but 
also to obtain for themselves such undergraduate offices as might prove useful to Psi 
Upsilon later on. The petition having been granted, four of the petitioners attended 
the Convention of 1843 and on July 26 were initiated. At the commencement of the 
succeeding fall term these four initiated the other seven Charter Members, the date 
of which initiation, September 25, 1843, being taken as the date of the founding of the 
Psi Chapter. Although small in numbers, the Psi has had a delegation from every 
class and has stood high in the annals of the College. It points with pride to such 
alumni as Joseph Roswell Hawley, '47, United States Senator from Connecticut, Charles 
Dudley Warner, '51, the journalist and author, and [Daniel] Willard Fiske, '51, the 
scholar and educator. All three of these have taken active parts, even in their later 
years, in the aft'airs of the Fraternity, showing the spirit of the Psi to be such that the 
weightiest affairs of life do not dim in her alumni the love for Psi Upsilon. 

At the Convention of 1843, at which the Psi Founders were initiated, appeared a 
delegation of petitioners from Wesleyan University. The movement sprang from a local 
society known as Kappa Alpha Phi, which became a few months later a branch of 
Kappa Sigma Theta, a sophomore society at Yale. Stephen Beekman Bangs, a Wesleyan 
student who went to the University of the City of New York for his senior year, and 
was there initiated into the Delta, supported the petition which, after some debate, 
was granted. He instituted the new Chapter, known as the Xi, November 20, 1843, 
All four undergraduate classes were represented among the seventeen Charter Members, 
as well as one class already graduated. Five of them became clergymen of the Metho- 
dist Episcopal Church, many of the best known members of whose ministry have come 
from the ranks of the Xi. The Chapter has sent out many men of distinction in other 
lines, including educators, physicians, lawyers and authors. Karl Pomeroy Harrington, 
Xi '82, is the editor of the last two editions of the Songs of the Fraternity. In scholar- 
ship the Xi has always ranked high at Wesleyan, winning more scholarship prizes than 
any two competitors combined. 

Not for several years was an attempt made to found another Chapter. Those who 
had left the halls of the ten existing Chapters were filled with the spirit of the Fra- 
ternity and desirous of seeing Chapters placed in other institutions in which they were 
interested. Several of these in Boston organized thirty-four Harvard University 
students into an association of petitioners for a Chapter at that institution. Letters 
were written to all the Chapters and the consent of most of them obtained. The or- 
ganizers were unwilling to await the tardy action of the remaining ones, however, and 
proceeded to institute the Chapter, which sent its delegates to the Convention of 1851. 
The Convention adopted a resolution to the effect that the action of the Boston alumni 
was reprehensible and illegal, but admitting to full recognition the new Chapter, which 
was called the Alpha. With many of its members destined to become famous, the Alpha 
at once became a power in the University. The Harvard fraternities, however, were 
unable to successfully contend for long against the system of local clubs which, by 

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virtue of their age and traditional influence, maintained their ascendency. The Chapter 
made no elections from the Class of '59, and soon afterwards became inactive. In 1870 
the Alpha w^as revived, through the efforts of the Sigma and of a number of Harvard 
undergraduates in the Class of 71. It took substantially large delegations from that 
and all succeeding classes to and including 74, after which, as the result of disagree- 
ments between it and the Hasty Pudding and Signet Clubs, the Alpha again became 
inactive and has remained so. This is peculiarly unfortunate in that the Fraternity has 
no other inactive Chapters — a record not equalled by any rival Fraternity. 

In 1854 the Innominata Society was formed at the University of Rochester, with 
the intention of applying for a Psi Upsilon Charter. The idea originated with John 
C Overhiser, Delta '54, who spent his senior year at the Rochester institution. The 
task of obtaining such a Charter was already becoming a dii^cult one, and it was not 
until the Convention of 1857 that the application was granted, this action being there- 
after ratified by all the Chapters. On February 15, 1858, Theodore Bacon, Beta '53, who 
was practising law in Rochester, and Augustus Hopkins Strong, Beta '57, then a 
student at the Rochester Theological Seminary and who has since become its head, 
instituted the Upsilon, as the new Chapter was named. The fifteen Charter Members 
were taken from the four undergraduate classes, and the Fraternity may well feel proud 
of all of them. Albion Winegar Tourgee, the noted jurist, journalist and author, was 
a member of the Upsilon in the Class of '62, and Robert Stuart MacArthur, for many 
years Pastor and now Pastor Emeritus of the Calvary Baptist Church in the City of 
New York, of '67. The Upsilon has drawn most of its men from the City of Rochester, 
and having at all times been the leading Fraternity in the institution and able to take 
its pick of all the classes, its alumni stand far higher than those of any other Fraternity 
in the social and business activities of the City. One of the most successful and 
enjoyable Conventions of the Fraternity was that held with the Upsilon in 1908. 

Two years after the founding of the Upsilon the Fraternity for the first time 
went beyond the confines of New England and New York, the fortunate institution on 
this occasion being Kenyon College, the leading Episcopal exponent in the west. The 
sole Founder of the Chapter was Robert McNeilly, who had been for several years 
corresponding with and making visits to the Chapters, supported in his petition by 
John Cotton Smith, Kappa '47, who had taken his B. D. degree at Bexley Hall, the 
theological department of Kenyon, and by William Walter Phelps, Beta '60, 
afterwards Minister to Austria. The application was granted by the Convention of 
1860, and Dr. McNeilly having visited the Theta, where he was initiated, instituted the 
lota on the anniversary of the Founding of the Fraternity, November 24, 1860. Of 
the eleven Charter Members three became Episcopal Clergymen, and many Iota alumni 
have followed in their footsteps. The Chapter had always maintained a high standard 
of membership, but in spite of the small attendance of students has not omitted a 
class. Iota men are known throughout the Fraternity for their zealous spirit. 

Certain members of the local chapter of Beta Theta Pi had, prior to 1854, decided 
to apply for a Psi Upsilon Charter at the University of Michigan. The first petition 
was presented to the Convention of 1854, but without success. For ten years, until 1864, 
the matter was pushed with unfailing zeal by the members of successive classes, the 
application finally being granted at the Convention held that year with the Psi. The 
Iota was deputed to install the new Chapter, and on January 26, 1865, the rites were 
performed and the Phi started on its long voyage of success. The Charter was 
entrusted to fourteen men, representing four classes and all of whom have shown by 
their attainments that they were worthy to wear the Diamond. The new Chapter at 
once took and has ever since maintained the high position which seems inseparable from 
the prestige of the Fraternity. The Phi lias more prominent citizens of the City of 
Detroit than has any other chapter of any fraternity. 

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Four years later the fifteenth Chapter was established at the University of Chicago, 
the application having been granted at the Convention of 1868, held with the Phi. The 
grant had been urged by the large body of Psi Upsilon alumni resident in Chicago, led 
by Cornelius Faling Brown, Theta '67. Two members of the Phi initiated the Charter 
Members on April 17, 1869, and the Omega came into being. Although beginning life 
with bright prospects, and occupying a high place in undergraduate activities at the 
University, the Chapter necessarily shared the declining fortimes of its alma mater, 
and became dormant in 1886 when the latter closed its doors. Its place upon our 
rolls has been taken by the present Omega, which was founded November 24, 1897, on 
the sixty-fourth birthday of the Fraternit}^, in the new and well-endowed University 
of Chicago. The Chapter is now successful and prosperous, and its members are 
occupying more and more a prominent place in the affairs of the University, of the 
City and of the Fraternity. 

A local society known as Upsilon Kappa, at Genesee College, had petitioned almost 
every Convention from 1864 to 1872 for admission to Psi Upsilon. In the meantime the 
College, removed and enlarged, had become Syracuse University. The application 
was supported by George William EUiott, Xi 73, who had entered the new institution 
with the Class of '7Z. The final attempt owes its success largely to the efforts of 
Chester Adgate Congdon, Pi '75, whose intelligence, energy and persistent labors, as a 
part of which he personally visited every Chapter, found their reward when the Con- 
vention of 1872, held with the Gamma, granted the application. But a technical objec- 
tion arising, the Charter was not actually delivered until 1875. On June 8 of that 
year the Pi Chapter was instituted, the Gamma conducting the ceremonies. Uniform 
prosperity and steadfast devotion to the Fraternity have characterized the Pi, and those 
of other Chapters who have visited Syracuse in recent years have been especially im- 
pressed by the manner in which its formal affairs are conducted. 

One j^ear later a Chapter at Cornell University was added to the roll. The 
petitioning body was composed of members of the local Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi, 
supported by Andrew Dickson White, Beta '53, then President of the University, 
[Daniel] Willard Fiske, Psi '51, a member of its faculty, and other alumni. The 
Charter was confided to Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen, Albert Nelson Prentiss, Charles 
Chauncey Shackford and Goldwin Smith, all then members of the Cornell faculty, 
Henry Shaler Williams who afterwards became such, Edwin Jay Morgan, a graduate 
of Hobart College and a well known physician, and ten undergraduates. The Chi 
Chapter was instituted at Ithaca, June 12, 1876, by delegates from the Executive Council, 
with an attendance of alumni and a degree of ceremony previously unknown. The 
accompanying public exercises, presided over by the venerable William Taylor, Theta 
'38, hereinbefore referred to, were attended by many alumni and prominent citizens. 
With such an auspicious beginning it seemed impossible for the Chi to be anything but 
eminently successful, and such has been its history. It has been peculiarly favored 
by having as resident alumni, its own and of other Chapters, a large body of prominent 
men who have taken an active part in guiding its destinies. 

At Trinity College was a local society of many years' standing, known as Beta 
Beta, surpassing all others numerically and remarkable for the superior scholarship 
of its members. On its rolls are the names of many bishops, college presidents and 
professors, prominent lawyers and business men. A proposition for the Society to 
become a Chapter of Psi Upsilon met with favor among the alumni. The petition was 
presented at the Convention of 1879, held with the Beta, was granted and the action 
later ratified by the Chapters. The installation, at which thirty-three alumni and twenty- 
one undergraduates were initiated, was held February 4, 1880, in the presence of a hun- 
dred and thirty members of numerous Chapters, and including many men prominent in 
the world at large, and the attendant literary exercises were elaborate. The name of 

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HISTORY OF PSI UPSILON 

the local society has been preserved in that of the Chapter, and the Beta Beta has at 
all times been a credit to the Fraternity. Among her alumni are many bishops and 
prominent clergymen of the Protestant Episcopal Church. 

At Lehigh University two Psi Upsilon members of the faculty, Edward Higginson 
Williams, Jr., Beta '72, who had also taken a post graduate course in the institution, 
and Henry Clark Johnson, Chi 73, with William David Holmes, Chi '81, fathered a 
movement for still another Chapter. Alumni throughout Pennsylvania gave their 
support. The first petition was presented at the Convention of 1881,. but it was not 
until two years later that a Convention acted favorably. On February 22, 1884, the 
' installation of the Eta took place, in the presence of many alumni and delegates from 
both the Chapters and the Executive Council. The Charter Members consisted of 
the three above named and thirty-five Lehigh alumni and undergraduates. The Eta 
at once came into prominence in undergraduate activities, competing successfully with 
the six fraternities already established in the University, and has continued to turn 
out creditable and loyal members of Psi Upsilon. 

On May 5, 1891, our other Pennsylvania Chapter was instituted at the University 
of Pennsylvania, having arisen out of a local society. The character and standing of 
the members were high, and although preceded in the University by eleven other Fra- 
ternities the Tau from the first took a leading part in undergraduate activities. From 
the best families of Philadelphia and vicinity it takes such men as it desires, and its 
local alumni, occupying important professional, business and social positions, exercise 
great influence in the affairs of that Cit\'. The Tau conducts each year several im- 
portant social functions for the entertainment of its own members and those of other 
Chapters, and at all times makes a specialty of its open-door policy, which affords to all 
visiting Psi Upsilons access to its splendid chapter house. 

Just seventeen days later the Mu Chapter was instituted at the University of Minne- 
sota, its nucleus being Theta Phi, a local society of some standing. Psi Upsilon was 
the tenth Fraternity to enter the University in seventeen years, and with the prestige 
derived from Theta Phi and from its ownership of the best chapter house there, was 
well equipped to take its proper position in the life of its alma mater. The Mu is now 
ready to hold, this month, its second Convention of the Fraternity, which promises to be 
enjoyable and entirely successful in every way. 

The twenty-second Chapter, the Rho, was installed at the University of Wis- 
consin on March 27, 1896, just in time for its members to take a prominent place in 
the Phi Convention held five weeks later. Like its two predecessors the Rho originated 
from a local society. The oldest of the great western State Universities, Wisconsin 
already had nine Fraternities at the time of the entrance of Psi Upsilon. In the 
choice of its Founders the Rho was peculiarly fortunate, and in this way was able to 
successfully combat the prestige gained by the other nine through their earlier estab- 
lishment, and immediately came into prominence. Two of its Founders were United 
States Senators William Freeman Vilas and John Coit Spooner, of the classes of '58 
and '64 respectively. 

In 1902 the first of our Pacific Coast Chapters was founded, at the University of 
California. A local society had been organized, and in its petition for a Charter was 
supported by nearly every Psi Upsilon in the Far West. The installation exercises took 
place on August 18, and were largely attended by alumni of many Chapters. Although 
seventeen fraternities already had chapters in the institution, the faculty realized the 
importance of the entrance of Psi Upsilon and gave the newcomer all possible support. 
The Epsilon has maintained in every way the high standard of the Fraternity, and in 
spite of its geographical location has never failed to send a delegate to the annual 
Convention. Its chapter house is the center of Psi Upsilon life in California. 

At the University of Illinois existed a local society known as the Aztec Club. For 

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several years prior to 1910 its members had, with the active support of Psi Upsilon 
members of the faculty and of other Illinois alumni, petitioned for admission to the 
Fraternity, and its delegates had visited nearly all the Chapters. The necessary steps 
having been taken the Omicron Chapter was installed May 28, 1910, by delegates from 
the Executive Council. The Chapter is in every way prosperous, and its members have 
in a creditable manner arisen to their obligations as Psi Upsilons. 

On May 7, 1913, the Delta Delta Chapter was 'installed at Williams College, the 
petition for a Charter having been presented by the members of a local society organized 
for the express purpose. The movement was actively supported by Edward Higginson 
Williams, Jr., already referred to as a Founder of the Eta, by Charles Hansen Toll, 
Psi '04, and other alumni, and had the approval of the President and other members of 
the Williams faculty. The Chapter was installed by delegates of the Executive Council 
and others on their way to the Convention held with the Gamma. Williams was the one 
eastern institution the absence of a Psi Upsilon Chapter in which had always been 
regretted by the Fraternity. The early presence of a number of chapters of other 
fraternities of high rank, with the prestige thereby obtained, has somewhat hampered the 
Delta Delta in its campaign for members. But without lowering in any degree Psi 
Upsilon standards of membership the Chapter has taken desirable men from every 
class and is year by year increasing the ease with which its members are obtained. In 
the affairs of the College Deha Delta men rank high, and the Chapter gives every 
promise of being a successful one. 

For its latest Chapter Psi Upsilon, in 1916, again went to the Pacific Coast, this 
time to the University of Washington, in Seattle. The University is the most prominent 
in a large territory, and contains excellent Psi Upsilon material. A local society enlisted 
the active support of all the Seattle alumni, led by Alphonso Paine Sawyer, Beta '80, 
Charles Philip Spooner, Rho '94, David Whitcomb, Gamma '00 and Albert Melville 
Robinson, Iota '01. After a vigorous campaign of several years' duration, as the result 
of which the objections of the Fraternity to again going so far from the East were 
finally overcome, the cherished Charter was granted. The baby Chapter, which took 
the name of Theta Theta, was installed June 10, 1916, Herbert Lawrence Bridgman, 
Gamma '66, the President of the Fraternity and the delegate of the Executive Council* 
officiating. Sixty-two members were initiated, the exercises being attended by a large 
gathering of alumni of many Chapters. Ten more have just been initiated from the 
Class of '20, and all present indications point to a prosperous and uninterrupted existence 
for the Theta Theta. 

Twenty-five Chapters have thus been added to the Theta, and the members of 
the twenty-six number fourteen thousand five hundred and twenty-nine. It must not be 
supposed that all petitons have received favorable action or even the support of any 
Chapter or group of Chapters. Psi Upsilon has more carefully than any other fraternity 
confined itself to the historic and the leading colleges, and its policy at present is 
against extension. Among the more prominent institutions which it has refused to 
enter are Colby, Vermont, Tufts, Hobart, Princeton, Allegheny, Lafayette, Dickinson, 
Virginia, North Carolina, Western Reserve, Indiana, Northwestern, Case, St. Stephens, 
IToronto and Kansas. 

The insignia, general organization, hymnology and bibliography of the Fraternity 
, should perhaps more properly be treated in an epitome, and as the new Psi Upsilon 
Lpitome is soon to be prepared and published, under the auspices of the Executive 
ICouncil, such matters will be omitted here for treatment in that work. For the history 
[and achievements of the members of the Fraternity, you are referred to the body of this 
[the Twelfth General Catalogue. 

For much of the material used in the foregoing history the Editor is indebted to 

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"The Psi Upsilon Epitome," written by Albert Poole Jacobs, Phi 73 and published in 
1884, and to "The Story of The Psi Upsilon," a sketch written by [Daniel] Willard 
Fiske, Psi '51 and read at the Convention of 1876, held with that Chapter, and re-read, 
with some revision, at the semi-centennial anniversary of the Fraternity celebrated under 
the auspices of the Theta in 1883. The Editor has freely used the two works 
mentioned, and desires to thank his two benefactors for the opportunity so conferred. 

Leo Weldon Wertheimer '99 



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ABBREVIATIONS 



Acad Academy 

Am American 

Apts Apartments 

Assn Association 

Assoc Associate 

Asst Assistant 

Atty Attorney 

Ave Avenue 

Bldg Building 

Blvd Boulevard 

Capt Captain 

Co Company 

Coll College 

C. S. A Confederate States of America 

Dept Department 

Dir Director 

Dist District 

E East 

F. A. C. S. . . . Fellow of the American College 
Surgeons 

Hon Honorary 

Hosp Hospital 

Inf Infantry 

Ins. "Insurance 

Inspr Inspector 

Inst Institute 

Instr Instructor 

Lieut Lieutenant 

M. E Methodist Episcopal 

Mfg Manufacturing 

Mgr Manager 



Med Medical 

N North 

N. G National Guard 

No Number 

P. E Protestant Episcopal 

Phys Physician 

PI Place 

P. O Post Office 

Pres President 

Prof Professor 

Rd Road 

res residence 

R. R Rural Route 

S .-..South 

Sec Secretary 

Sem Seminary 

Soc Society 

Sq Square 

of St Street 

Supt Superintendent 

Surg Surgeon 

Tech Technology 

Theol Theological 

Treas Treasurer 

Twp Township 

U. S -United States 

Univ University 

Vols Volunteers 

W West 

Y. M. C. A... Young Men's Christian Association. 
Y. W. C. A. . . Young Women's Christian Association 



Numerals (1), (2), (3), (4) after college honors and officers indicate freshman, sophomore, 
junior and senior years, respectively. 

A star (*) after a name denotes that the member is deceased. In every case in which the year 
of the decease is known it is indicated to the right at the bottom. 

The name of the institution by which it has been conferred follows the date of degree. The 
emission of such name indicates that the degree was conferred by the institution containing the chap- 
ter of the Fraternity into which the member was initiated. 



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List of Abbreviations for Names of Degrees Conferred upon 
Members of the Fraternity, as hereinafter shown. 



A. B Bachelor of Arts 

A. C Analytical Chemist 

A. M Master of Arts 

Art. D Doctor of Arts 

B. Arch Bachelor of Architecture 

B. C. S Bachelor of Commercial Science 

B. D Bachelor of Divinity 

B. E Bachelor of Engineering 

B. F Bachelor of Forestry 

B. L. Bachelor of Literature 

B. Litt Bachelor of Literature 

B. Mus Bachelor of Music. 

B. O Bachelor of Oratory 

B. S. A Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

B. S. in Ag Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 

B. S. in C. E. . Bachelor of Science in Civil Engi- 
neering 

B. S. in E. E.. Bachelor of Science in Electrical 
Engineering 

B. S. in M. E.. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical 

Engineering 

C. E Civil Engineer 

D. C. L Doctor of Civil Law 

D. D Doctor of Divinity 

D. D. S Doctor of Dental Surgery 

D. M. D Doctor of Dental Medicine 

D. O Doctor of Osteopathy 



E. E Electrical Engineering 

E. M Engineer of Mines. 

J. U. D Doctor of Canon and Civil Law 

L. H. D Doctor of the More Humane Letters 

LL. B Bachelor of Laws 

LL. D Doctor of Laws 

LL. M Master of Laws 

M. B. A Master of Business Administration 

M. C. E Master of Civil Engineering 

M. C. L Master of Civil Law 

M. D Doctor of Medicine 

M. E Mechanical Engineering 

M. F Master of Forestry 

M. M. E Master of Mechanical Engineering 

M. O Master of Oratory 

M. P. E Master of Physical Education 

M. S Master of Science 

Pd. M Master of Pedagogy 

pii. B Bachelor of Philosophy 

Ph. C Pharmaceutical Chemist 

pij. D Doctor of Philosophy 

Ph. G Graduate in Pharmacy 

Ph. M Master of Philosophy 

Sc. D Doctor of Science 

S. T. B Bachelor of Scientific Theology 

S. T. D Doctor of Scientific Theology 



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FOUNDED NOVEMBER 24, 1833 



UNION COLLEGE. SCHENECTADY, 
NEW YORK 



1836 

William Henry Backus* 



A^Q 



A. B. 1836. Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church, 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 36-37; Greenfield, Zl- 
38; Poultney, Vt., 38-39. 
Merchant. d. 1562 

Samuel Raymond Beardsley* N ^ ^'' 

A. B. 1836. Mayor, City of Oswego, N. Y., 

50-51; Postmaster, 53-58; Lieut.-Colonel 24th 

Inf. Regiment N. Y. Vols., 61-63; Colonel, 63; 

Capt. and Asst. Adjutant General U. S. Vols., 

63. 

Lawyer. d. 1863 



Tames Brown* 



ARB 



A. B. 1836; A. M. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Recorder, Niles, 
Mich., 42-44; Judge Probate, Berrien County, 
45-53; Prosecuting Atty., 45-48, 53-55. 
Lawyer. d. 1889 



^^ornelius Stage Conkling* 



(I^B 



A. B. 1836; A. M. 1839; B. D. 1839 Union 
Theol. Sem. Commencement Orator. Pastor, 
Boonton, N. J., 40-44; West Milford. 44-66; 
Mount Pleasant, 46-70; Stockton, 76-88; Supt. 
Public Instruction of Hunterdon County, 70- 
76; Member State Board of Education. 
Clergyman. d. 1888 

idward Francis Cushman* S p T 

A. B. 1836. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 

Orator. 

Merchant. d. 1870 

Charles Floyd-Jones* A v B 

A. B. 1836. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Civil Engineer. d. 1874 

lamuel Goodale* "'F p A 

A. B. 1836; A. M. 1839; B. D. 1841 General 
Theol. Sem.; D. D. 1883 Nebraska Coll. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Prof. Natural Science, Brownell 
Hall, Omaha, Nebr., 66-68; Honorary Canon of 
the Cathedral, 68-98; Chaplain, Senate of 
Nebr., 71-72. A Founder of the Fraternity. 
Chaplain Psi Upsilon Convention, 86. 
Clergyman. d. 1898 



terling Goodale Hadley* 



B[xA 



A. B. 1836; A. M. 1839. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Member N. Y. Legis- 
lature, 53; N. Y. Constitutional Convention, 
67; Judge and Surrogate, Seneca County, N. Y., 
56-60; Register in Bankruptcy, 65-83; State 



Assessor of N. Y., 73-80; Trustee Willard 
Asylum for the Insane, 65, and Pres. Board of 
Trustees, 72-95; Trustee Hobart Coll., 83- 
93. A Founder of the Fraternity.^ Pres. Pub- 
lic Exercises Psi Upsilon Conventions, 78 and 
84. 
Lawyer. d. 1901 



Jeremiah Skidmore Lord* 



Ay^ 



A. B. 1836 New York Univ.; A. M. 1839 and 
D. D. 1859; B.> D. 1839 Union Theol. Sem. 
Pastor, Montville, N. J., 40-43; Griggsville, 43- 
47; Harlem, N. Y., 47-69. See Delta 36 
Clergyman. d. 1869 



Edward Martindale* 



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A. B. 1836 New York Univ. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Lieut.-Colonel 26th 
Inf. N. J. Vols., 63-64; Colonel, 81st U. S. 
Inf., 64. A Founder of the Fraternity. Father 
of John Howard Martindale, Epsilon 85. 
Lawyer. d. 1904 



xA.rchibald Reid* 



$A¥ 



A. B. 1836; B. D. 1840 Washington and Jeffer- 
son Coll. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 
Orator. Pastor United Presbyterian Church, 
Cambridge, N. Y., 40-47. 
Clergyman. d. 1847 



Absalom Townsend* 

Educator. 

Duncan Turner* 

A. B. 1836. 
Merchant. 



3 ? T 

d. 1840 

ASB 

d. 1882 



George Washington Tuttle* B v A 

Fraternity. 



A. B. 1836. A Founder of the 
Father of Sidney Tuttle, Theta 64. 
Merchant. 



d. 1903 



1837 



Robert Barnard* 



TsA 

A. B. 1837; A. M. 1840. A Founder of the 
Fraternity. Brother of John Allen Barnard, 
Beta 48. 
Lawyer. d. 1855 



Andrew Barr* 



MM"" 



Pastor, Pencader, Del., and Elkton, Md., 37-39. 
Clergyman. d. 1840 



THETA CHAPTER 



[1837-3S 



Joseph Wads worth Gott* 



W^W 



A. B. 1837. Phi Htti Ktppa. Principal Far- 
irei'3 Hall ALad., Goshen, N. Y., 37-39; Pres. 
Convention, 41. Father of Joseph Wadsworth 
Gott Jr., 3e^a73. 
La-v/er. ; ' , ^ ' ^ '< , , d. 1869 

Charles Washington Harvey* "^F d Q 

D. D. S. 1847, honoris causa, Baltimore Coll. of 
Dental Surgery; M. D. 1848 Univ. of Buffalo; 
A. M. 1865, honoris causa, Lafayette Coll. 
Pres. Buffalo Med. and Surgical Assn., 52. 
Member Erie County Med Soc; N. Y. State 
Dental Soc. and Am. Med. Assn. A Founder 
of the Fraternity. Father of Leon Ferdinand 
Harvey, Theta 83. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1886 

Louis Hasbrouck* N w E 

Lawyer. d. 1880 

David Humphreys* Z 6 X 

A. B. 1837. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Student. d. 1838 

Edward Stephen Rowan* ^ A E 

A. B. 1838 Princeton. 

Clerk. d. 1902 

Levi Rowley* NaT 

A. B. 1837; A. M. 1840. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Merchant. d. 1882 



Merwin Henry Stewart* 



BnA 

A. B. 1837. Phi Beta Kappa. Latin Oration, 

37. A Founder of the Fraternity. 

Educator. d. 1838 



Elisha Taylor* 



AvB 



A. B. 1837. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 
Orator. Atty., City of Detroit, 43; Master 
in Chancery, 42-46; Injunction Master and 
Judge at Chambers, 46-50; Clerk Supreme 
Court of Mich., 48-49. Member Board of Edu- 
cation of Detroit, 43-45. 
Lawyer. d. 1907 



Philip Jay Timlow* 



e^x 



A. B. 1837; A. M. 1840. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Pastor at Gap and Leacock, Pa., 39-55; Mari- 
etta, 55-65; Leacock, 65-74; Gap, 74-88; Princi- 
pal Bellevue Acad., 39-43. 
Clergyman. d. 1895 

1838 

Samuel Henry Austin* P y T 

A. B. 1838; LL. B. 1839 Yale. Commence- 
ment Orator. 
Lawyer. d. 1901 

John Henry Ethelbert Beach* M w B 

A. B. 1838. 

Lawyer. d. 1850 



Clement Miner Davison* 



rsr 



A. B. 1838. Commencement Orator; Pres. 

Detroit Psi Upsilon Alumni Assn, 78. 

Banker. d. 1897 

Isaac Dayton* X y X 

A. B. 1838. Phi Beta Kappa. Register in Bank- 
ruptcy, 68-83; Member N. Y. Legislature, 84. 



Author "The Office of Surrogate, Surrogatei 
and Surrogates' Courts." Assoc. Founder oi 
the Delta. 
Lawyer. d. 190( 

Lawrence Joseph Goodale* P ^ ^ 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

Lawyer. d. 191; 

James Steven Johnson* BAT 

A. B. 1838. Probate Judge, Carroll County 
Miss., 45-46 and 66-69; Member Miss. Legisla 
ture, 52-53, 56-57, 82-84. 
Lawyer and Planter. d. 188' 



John Mathews* 

Lieut. U. S. Navy, 37-53. 
Officer, U. S. Navy. 

John Newman* 



T — g 

d. 185i 
0M 



A. B. 1838; A. M. 1841; D. D. 1861 Wesleyan 
Univ. Phi Beta Kappa. Instr. and Principal 
Troy Conference Sem., Poultney, Vt., 38-S2i 
Prof, of Latin, Union Coll., 52-63; Pres. Ripley 
Female Coll, Poultney, Vt., 63-73. 
Clergyman. d. 189< 

Theron Pardee* F R $ 

A. B. 1838. Commencement Orator. 
Banker. 



William Taylor* 



d. 188{ 

Ba¥ 

A. B. 1838; A. M. 1841. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Prof. Mathematics and 
Physics, Washington Inst., N. Y., 41-44; Mem- 
ber N. Y. Legislature and Chairman Commit 
tee on Schools and Colleges, 52-54; Assoc. 
Founder N. Y. Free Acad., now the Coll. of 
the City of N. Y. Assoc. Editor of "The 
Second General Catalogue of the Psi Upsilon 
Fraternity." The first Freshman initiated into 
the Fraternity. Author "Psi Upsilon Ritual"; 
Assoc. Founder of the Delta and the Lambda. 
Educator. d. 1886 



Maunsell Van Rensselaer* 



PoX 



A. B. 1838; A. M. 1841; LL. D. 1874; B. D. 1841 
General Theol. Sem.; S. T. D. 1850 Hobart Coll. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. Rectot 
St. Paul's Church, Whitehall, N. Y., 41- 
46; Grace Church, Albany, 46-47; St. John's 
Church, Mt. Morris, 47-53; St. Paul's Church, 
Oxford, 53-54; St. Paul's Church, Rochester, 
54-59; Pres. DeVeaux Coll., 59-69; Acting 
Rector St. Peter's Church, Geneva, N. Y., 69- 
71; Pres. Hobart Coll.. 71-76; Rector Emmanuel 
Church, Geneva, Switzerland, 77-83; Trustee : 
Hobart Coll., 55-76; Member N. Y. Historical i 
Soc. Author "Memoir of Sister Louise," and 
"The Burning of Schenectady, 1692". Orator 
at the Institution of the Chi, 76; Chaplain at 
the Institution of the Eta, 84. 
Clergyman. d. 1900 



Crayton Bowen Wheeler* 



A«X 



A. B. 1838; A. M. 1841. Phi Beta Kappa; Com- 
mencement Orator. 
Lawyer. d. 1881 

1839 

Benjamin Franklin Dunning* X «]; A! 

A. B. 1839; A. M. 1842. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Judge Orange County, 
N. Y., 49-52; Asst. U. S. Atty. for the Southern 
Dist. of N. Y., 53-55; Vice-Pres. Psi Upsilon 
Club of New York, 86-88. 
Lawyer. d. 1895; 



1839-41] 



THETA CHAPTER 



George Landgrave Ehle* 

A. B. 1839. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Orator. Orator Decennial 
the Psi Upsilon Fraternity. 
Journalist. 

George Monilaws* 



S^E 



Commencement 
Convention of 

d. 1880 



A. B. 1839; A. M. 1842; B. D. 1841 Union 
Theo!. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 
Orator. Acting Pastor. Somers. N. Y.. 41- 
46; Apalachicola, Fla., 46-47; Pastor, Somers, 
N. Y.. 47-48. 
Clergyman. d. 1848 



John Upfold Pettit* 



PVZ 



A. B. 1839; LL. D. 1871 Ind. State Univ. 
Member Ind. Legislature. 44-45; U. S. Con- 
sul, Maranhao, Brazil, 50-S3; Judge Circuit 
Court Ind., Eighth Judicial Dist., 53-54; Mem- 
ber U. S. House of Representatives, 55-61; 
Speaker Ind. Legislature. 64-65; Prof. Law, 
Ind. State Univ.. 67-68; Judge Circuit Court 
of Ind., 72-79. Brother of Ossian Columbus 
Pettit. Theta SO. 
Lawyer. d. 1881 



Dewitt Clinton Roberts* 



ACT 



A. B. 1839. 



Lawyer and Civil Engineer. 

d. 



1871 



Martin Vandervoort Schoonmaker 

Initiated by the Delta 

Hooper Cumming Van Vorst* X $ 

A. B. 1839; A. M. 1842; LL. D. 1874. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Commencement Orator. City Atty. Al- 
bany. N. Y., 47-49; Judge Court of Common 
Pleas, New York, 68; Superior Court. New 
York. 73-87; Trustee Union Coll.. 85; Com- 
missioner Foreign Missions, Presbvterian 
Church, 73 — ; Pres. Holland Soc. of New 
York, 85 — ; Toastmaster Psi Upsilon Semi- 
centennial Anniversary, 83; Pres. Psi Upsi- 
lon Alumni Assn. of New York, 84-86; Vice- 
Pres.. 86-88; Pres. Public Exercises Convention, 
86. 
Lawyer. d. 1889 



Edmund Burke Vedder* 

Lawyer. 

Henry White* 

A. B. 1839. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Orator. Brother of Rufus 
Theta 40. 
Lawyer. 

1840 



BaX 

d. 1890 

Commencement 
Merrick White, 

d. 1845 



John McCarthy Bowman* M <^ T 

Pres. Council and Acting Mayor, Madison, 
Wis., 71-73. Member Wisconsin State Histori- 
cal Soc. 
Lawyer. d. 1892 



Henry Winne De Groot* 



TwA 



A. B. 1840. Commencement Orator. Au- 
thor "Code of Mining Laws for the Government 
of British Columbia;" "Description of the In- 
terior of British Columbia, with Map"; "De- 
scription of the Comstock Silver Mine, with 
Map"; "Recollections of California Mining 
Life"; "Labor Rights" and "The Industries 
and Industrial Resources of California." 
Lawyer. d. 1893 



J[ohn] Stanley Grimes* 



Be° e 



Prof. Med. Jurisprudence. Castleton Med. Coll., 
Castl^on, Vt., 41. Author "A New System of 
Phrenology"; "Outlines of Grimes' New System 
of Phrenology"; "Etherology, or the Philosophy 
of Phrenology and Mesmerism"; "Compendium 
of the Phreno-Philosophy of Human Nature"; 
"Phreno-Geology, or the Progressive Creation 
of Man"; "The Mysteries of Human Nature"; 
"Outlines of Geonomy"; "Geonomy, a Theory 
of the Ocean Currents"; "Astrogenea, or a 
New Theory of the Formation of Planetary 
Systems." 
Author. d. 1903 



Hesden King* 



ApY 



A. B. 1840. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 
Orator. Justice of the Peace, 60-65. 
Merchant. d. 1866 



George Richards* 



MmE 



A. B. 1840. Phi Beta Kappa. Latin Salutatory. 
Dist. Atty.. Warren County, N. Y.. 47-50; 
Member N. Y. Legislature. 52-53; Senator, 
State of N. Y., 53-55. Brother of Samuel 
Thomas Richards. Theta 44. 
Lawyer. d. 1894 

Barnard Freeman Schermerhorn* 

A. B. 1840. Member Ind. Legislature, 57- 

58; Major 46th Inf. Regiment Ind. Vols., 61- 

64; Judge 15th Common Pleas Circuit of Ind., 

67-69. 

Lawyer. d. 1883 



Daniel Shepherd* 



rjT 



A. B. 1840. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 
Orator. Master in Chancery, N. Y.. 43-46. 
Author "Saratoga, a Story of 1787"; "The 
Bride of the Old Frontier"; "A Crusade of the 
Forest." Poet Decennial Convention, 43. 
Lawyer. d. 1870 



James Stebbins* 



PLH 



A. B. 1840; A. M. 1843; B. D. 1845 Princeton 
Theol. Sem. Commencement Orator. Act- 
ing Pastor, Dutch Reformed Church, Fort 
Miller, N. Y., 46-48 and 50-52; Pastor, Presby- 
terian Church, Plattsburg and Plumsted, N. J., 
52-56; Acting Pastor, Witherspoon St. Church, 
Princeton, 71-75. 
Clergyman. d. 1892 



James Lucas Van Ingen* 



rxE 



A. B. 1840. Commencement Orator. Surg. 
18th Inf. Regiment N. Y. Vols.. 61; 5th Inf. 
Regiment, 61-62. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1881 



Rufus Merrick White* 



$QZ 



A. B. 1840; B. D. 1843 Theol. Sem. of Va. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. 
Rector St. John's Church. Dunkirk, N. Y., 43- 
44; St. Stephen's Church, Milledgeville, Ga., 
44-46; St. John's Church, Savannah, 46-53; St. 
Luke's Church, Montpelier, 53-54. Brother of 
Henry White. Theta 39. 
Clergyman. d. 1854 

1841 



Alfred Amos Abbott 

Initiated by the Beta 



(2) 



THETA CHAPTER 



[1841-42 



Theodore Babcock* 



rnp 



A. B. 1841; A. M. 1850 Trinity Coll.; S. T. D. 
1864 Hobart Coll. Phi , Beta Kappa. Com- 
mencement Orator. Rector St. Paul's Church, 
Charlton, N. Y., 48-53; St. John's Church, 
Cohoes, 53-57; Trinity Chvirch, Waterman, 57- 
12\ Christ Church. Hudson, 72-75; Head Mas- 
ter St. John's School, Manlius, 78-81; Acting 
Rector Christ Church, Oswego, 82; Rector 
Christ Church, IManlius, 83 — . Brother of John 
Henry Babcock, Theta 45, Charles Babcock, 
Theta 47 and father of Charles Edward Payne 
Babcock, Chi 80. 
Clergyman. d. 1903 



Dan Taylor Bagg* 



B A 

A. _ B. 1841. Commencement Orator. Evan- 
gelist, Troy, Albany, Lansingburgh and vicin- 
ity, N. Y., 43-45; Pastor Madison Street Con- 
gregational Church. New York, 45-58. 
Clergyman. d. 1848 



George Curtiss Blackman'' 



r — n 



M. D. 1841 Coll. of Physicians and Surgeons, 
New York. Prof, of Principles and Practice 
of Surgery, Med. Coll. of Ohio, 54-71; Surg. 
U. S. Army, 61-65. Author "Handbook of 
Military Surgery." Fellow Royal MediQO- 
Chirurgical Soc. London, England. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1871 



John McAhister French* P tt H 

Commencement Orator. 



A. B. 1841. 
Lawyer. 



Gustavus Fenelon Goss* 



d. 1861 



PHI 



A. B. 1841. Commencement Orator. Prin- 
cipal High School, CrawfordsviUe, Ind., 43-46. 
Adjutant 1st Ind. Inf. 
Educator. d. 1846 



James Sulhvan Hawley 



* 



AbE 



A. B. 1841; A. M. 1844; M. D. 1852 Univ. of 
Buffalo. Commencement Orator. Principal 
Public Schools, Skaneateles, N. Y., 41-49. 
Author "Use of Pepsin in Diseases of In- 
fants;" "Alimentation in Disease;" "Liebig's 
Food for Infants;" "The Place of Pancreation 
in Therapeutics" and "Remarks on Pepsin." 
Member New York State Med. Soc. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1893 



Henry Martyn Lewis* 



$aE 



A. B. 1841. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 
Orator. Mem. Tex. Legislature, 50-52. 
Lawyer. d. 1870 



Cornelius Sanford Mead* 



XpY 



A. B. 1841; A. M. 1843; B. D. 1844 Aub^urn 
Theol. Sem. Commencement Orator. Prin- 
cipal Union Village Acad., Greenwich, N. Y., 
41-42; Pastor Rotterdam, N. Y., 44-49; Her- 
kimer. Village, 49-59; Principal Acad., Spen- 
certown. N. Y., 71-72. 
Clergyman. d. 1879 



William Henry Stewart* 



P^S 



Capt. 95th Inf. Regiment, 111. Vols., 62-65, 
and Acting Colonel; Deputy Clerk and Treas. 
McHenry County. 111., 82-86, and Treas.. 86-88. 
Lawyer. d. 1907 



Isaiah Crocker Thacher* 



BAP 



A. B. 1841; B. D. 1844 Yale. Commencement 
Orator. Pastor, Matapoiset, Mass.. 44-49; 
Middleborough, 49-52 and 56-60; South Dennis, 
52-56; Gloucester, 60-70; Wareham, 77; Lake- 
ville. 77-80. 
Clergyman. d. 1880 

Daniel Darlin Thompson* ^ H 

M. p. 1845 Hobart Coll. 
Physician and Surgeon. 

John Watts VanDerveer* $ h E 

A. B. 1841; A. M. 1844. PJii Beta Kappa. 

Commencement Orator. 

Lawyer. d. 1860 

John McClelland Wheeler* T t Z 

A. B. 1841. Phi Beta Kappa. Commence- 
ment Orator. Pres. Board of Education 
Ann Arbor. Mich., 62-72: Treas. Univ. of Mich., 
72-78; Treas. Hamilton Literary Soc. (the Phi 
Corporation), 79. Author Psi Upsilon Song 
"Psi Upsilon, Psi U." 
Lawyer. d. 1893 



1842 

Alonzo Clinton Jackson* 



0X0 

Lieut. U. S. Navy, 40-53. Brother of Samuel 
Wins'ow Jackson, Theta 42, Allan Hyre 
and John Keyes Jackson, Theta S3 and uncle 
of Franklin Potter Jackson, Theta, 98. 
Officer, U. S. Navy. 



Samuel Winslow Jackson* 



0SP 



A. B. 1842. Phi Beta Kappa. Justice Su- 
preme Court State of^ N. Y.. 71; Member 
Constitutional Commission, State of N. Y., 
72; City Atty. Schenectady, N. Y.. 82-88. 
Brother of Alonzo Clinton Jackson. Theta 42, 
Allan Hyre and John Keyes Jackson, Theta 53 
and father of Franklin Potter Jackson, Theta 
98. 
Lawyer. 



David Maxwell* 



. Bsn 



A. B. 1842. Commencement Orator. Just- 
ice of the Peace at Ballston. N. Y., 46-76; 
Police Justice and Justice of Sessions. 
Lawyer. d. 1891 



Clarkson Nott Potter* 



TtS 



A. B. 1842; C. E. 1843 Rensselaer Polytechnic 
Inst.; LL. D. 1874 Columbia Coll. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. Mem- 
ber U. S. House of Representatives, 69-74 
and 77-79; Trustee Union Coll., 63-82; Pres. 
Am. Bar Assn. Author "The Need of Lirnit- 
ing Legislation and Patronage"; "Investigation 
of Electoral Frauds"; "Our Formalism in Gov- 
ernment." Orator Psi Upsilon Convention, 80. 
Lawyer. d. 1882 

A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Lawyer. d. 1890 

AtH 



William Bartlett Smith* 



George Spencer* 



A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845. Commencement 
Orator. Instr. Latin and Greek, Acad. 
(Utica. N. Y.). 42-44, and Principal, 44-50. 
Author "Latin Lessons;" "English Grammar 
on Synthetical Principles." 
Educator. d. 1856 



1842-44] 



THETA CHAPTER 



Minot ^lorg-an Wells* 



XUP 



A. B. 1842; B. D. 1847 General Theol. Sem. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. 
Rector Grace Church. Canton, N. Y., 49-51; 
Chaplain State Prison, Sing Sing, 51-53; 
Missionary at Croton. 53-54; Rector Church of 
the Holy Innocents, West Point, 54-72. 
Clergyman. d. 1873 



1843 

Sargent Valentine Bagley* 



Bse 

A. B. 1843. Phi Beta Kappa. Commence- 
ment Orator. 
Lawyer. d. 1885 

@Y]I 

d. 1886 

AGn 

A. B. 1843. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 
Orator. Teacher Village School, Rushville, 
N. Y.. 43-47. 
Educator. d. 1847 

4)mS 

A. B. 1843; A. 'M. 1846. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Brother of Walter 
Geer, Jr., Theta 45. 
Lawyer. d. 1902 



William Van Ness Bruyn* 

Lawyer. 

Ozias Pitts Foote* 



Asahel Clark Geer* 



Daniel Barnard Hagar* 



A. B. 1843; A. M. 1846; Ph. D. 1871. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. Principal 
Acad. Canajoharie, N. Y., 44-48; Acad. Nor- 
wich, 48-49; Eliot High School, Jamaica Plain, 
Mass., 49-65; Mass. State Normal School, Salem, 
65; Supt. Schools, Canajoharie. N. Y., 46-48; 
Member Board of Education, Salem, Mass., 
66-75; Pres. Montgomery County (N. Y.) 
Teachers' Assn., 46; Norfolk County (Mass.) 
Teachers' Assn.; Mass. State Teachers' Assn., 
56-58; Am. Inst, of Instruction. 60-61; National 
Teachers' Assn., 71 and National Council of 
Education, 85-86; U. S. Presidential Elector, 84. 
Educator. d. 1896 



George Justus Harrison* 



HOO 



A. B. 1843; A. M. 1846; B. D. 1847 Prince- 
ton Theol. Sem. Commencement Orator 
Instr. Washington Inst.. New York, 43-44; 
-Acting Pastor May's Landing, N. J., 47-48; 
Pastor Franklin, Conn., 48-51; Litchfield 
(Milton Parish). 54. 
Clergyman. d. 1893 



Ward AIcLean* 



J< N N N ; H 1 6 



Member Executive Council of Psi Upsilon, 79-83. 
Sec. and Treas. New York Psi Upsilon Assn., 
84-88. Author Psi- Upsilon Song, "Pleasant 
Memories and V'ain Regrets." 
Real Estate. d. 1902 

William McLean 

(See Ward McLean). 

Nicholas Albertson Okeson* X D 11 

A. B. 1843; D. D. 1858 William and Mary 
Coll. Commencement Orator. Engaged in 
Missionary Work, Ga., 45-47; Rector City 
Point, Va.. 47-51; St. John's Church. Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 51-53; Westover Church, Charles City 
Court House. Va.. 53-56; St. Paul's Church, 
Norfolk, 56-82. 
Clergyman. d. 1882 



Henry Pomeroy* 



evo 



A. B.H843; A. M. 1846; C. E. 1841 Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Inst. Phi Beta Kappa. Com- 
mencement Orator. Tutor Union Coll., 45- 
46; Prof. Mathematics Lawrence Univ., 
Appleton. Wis.. 58-61; Capt. 1st Cavalry Reg- 
iment Wis. Vols.. 61; Lieut. Colonel, 61- 
64. and acting Colonel; Prof. Mathematics and 
Astronomy Washington Univ.. St. Louis, Mo., 
70-75; Principal High School. Chattanooga, 
Tenn., 75-76. 
Civil Engineer and Teacher. d. 1876 

Hervey Fleming Rhoades* $ e S 

A. B. 1843. Commencement Orator. 
Lawyer. d. 1846 



John Bayliss Sturtevant* 



Pr.n 



A. B. 1843; A. M. 1846. Commencement Or- 
ator. 
Lawyer. d. 1889 



George Ira Taylor* 



FkH 



A. B. 1843: B. D. 1847 Union Theol. Sem. 
Pastor Presbyterian Church, Schroon Lake and 
West Moriah. N. Y.. 47-49; Kingsbury. 49-51; 
Charlton, 51-54; Winchester, Miss., 54-56; Law- 
renceburgh, Ind., 56-65; Middletown, Ohio, 
65-68; Malta, N. Y., 68-74; Dutch Reformed 
Church, Watervliet. 74. Father of James Ira 
Taylor, Theta 77. 
Clergyman. d. 1905 

1844 



Addison Butler Atkins* 



SQN 

A. B. 1844; A. M. 1847; B. D. 1852 Theol. Sem. 
of Va.; D. D. 1874 Columbian Coll. Commence- 
ment Orator. Principal Baltimore Female 
Sem.. Baltimore, Md., 44-51; Rector Trinity 
Church, Rochester, N. Y., 52-54; Christ Church, 
Germantown, Pa., 54-69; St. John's Church, 
Georgetown, D. C, 69-76; St. John's Church, 
Yonkers, N. Y., 76-80; Calvary Church, Con- 
shohocken. Pa., 88. 
Clergyman. d. 1894 



Oliver Teall Burt* 



XFO 



A. B. 1844. Commencement Orator. Instr. 

Onondaga Acad., Onondaga Valley, N. Y., 44- 

46. 

Banker. d. 1887 



Samuel Glen* 



TTN 



A. B. 1844; M. D. 1850 Castleton Med. Coll. 
Principal Acad.. Knoxville. N. Y. Brother 
of Elias Bedford Glen. Theta 50. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1878 

[M] Wendell Lamoroux* KSM 

A. B. 1844; A. M. 1847. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Prof, of Modern Lan- 
guages and Asst. Prof, of Belles Lettres, Union 
Coll., 50-53; Acting Prof, of Modern Languages, 
62-64; Asst. Prof, of Rhetoric, Columbia Coll., 
68-69; Prof, of Modern Languages and English 
Essays, Wells Coll.. Aurora. N. Y.. 73-76; 
Prof, of English Essays, Union Coll., 76-85; 
Italian and Spanish. 85; Librarian, 86-88. 
Educator. d. 1907 



John Windsor McKim* 



Pwl 



A. B. 1844. Commencement Orator. Capt. 
and Brevet Major Quartermaster's Dept. U. 
S. Vols., 63-67; Member Common Council, 



THETA CHAPTER 



[1844-45 



Washington, D. C, 50-51; ProsecutinR Atty., 

Defiance County. Ohio. 57-59; Member Mass. 

Legislature. 70-72; Judge, Municipal Court, 

Boston, 74-77; Judge Probate Court and 

Court of Insolvency. Suffolk County, Mass., 

77-88. 

Lawyer. d. 1909 



Alexander Hamilton Rice* 



Mdn 



A.B. 1844; A. M. 1847; LL. D. 1876 Harvard 
Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator 
Mayor City of Boston. Mass., 56-58; Mem 
ber U. S. House of Representatives, 59 
67; Governor State of Mass., 76-79; Vice 
Pres. Webster Historical Soc. ; Trustee Mass 
Inst, of Tech.; Art Museum, Boston; Vice 
Pres. New England Conservatory of Music 
Honorary Chancellor, Union Univ., 81; Assoc. 
Founder of the Psi and of the Alpha; Pres 
Public Exercises Psi Upsilon Conventions 
Tl and 83. _ Member Am. Archaeoloigcal Soc. 
Am. Historical Assn, 
Manufacturer. d. 1895 



Samuel Thomas Richards* 



©zl 



A. B. 1844. Commencement Orator. Treas. 
Warren County, N. Y., 58-70; Colonel 118th 
Inf. Regiment N. Y. Vols.. 62-63. Brother of 
George Richards, Theta 40. 
Merchant. d. 1871 

Edward Brown Walsworth* AAA 

A. B. 1844; B. D. 1848 Union Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1867 elsewhere. Commencement Orator. 
Pastor, East Avon, N. Y., 48-52; Marysville, 
Ca'-.. 52-61; Oakland, 61-64; Albion, N Y. 
73-82; Pres. Female Coll. of the Pacific, 64-73; 
Chancellor Inghanj Univ., 82-92. 
Educator. d. 1892 



1845 

John Henry Babcock"^ 



$ yS 



A. B. 1845; A. M. 1848; A. M. 1850 
Trinity. Phi Beta Kappa. Latin Saluta- 
tory. Principal of the Acad, and Assoc. Rec- 
tor Church of the Messiah, Glens Falls, N. Y., 
55-57; Principal Episcopal Acad, of Connecti- 
cut, Cheshire, 57-61 ; Rector St. John's Church, 
and Teacher, Copake, N. Y., 61-62; St. Paul's 
Church, Owatonna, Minn., 64-66; Church of the 
Holy Communion. Geneva, Wis., 66-67; St. 
Stephen's Church. Schuylerville. N. Y., 69-70; 
Trinity Church, Gouverneur, 70-71; Church of 
the Good Samaritan. Corvallis, Oregon, 71-73; 
St. Paul's Church. Salem, 73-76; St. James' 
Church. Centreville, 81-83; St. Andrew's 
Church. Big Rapids, Mich.. 83-85; St. Paul's 
Church. Red Oak, Iowa, 85; Church of Our 
Saviour. North Platte. Nebr.. 85-86; Christ 
Church. Sidney. 86-88. Brother of Theodore 
Babcock, Theta 41, Charles Babcock, Theta 47 
and uncle of Charles Edward Payne Babcock, 
Chi 80. 
Clergyman. d. 1908 



John Newland Banker* 



XeK 



A. B. 1845; A. M, 1848. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Commencement Orator. 

Lawyer. d. 1864 



Henry Cozzens* 



Initiated by the Convention of 43. See Psi 45 

Student. d. 1845 



Walter Geer, Jr.* 



SyA 



Brother of Asahel Clark Geer, Theta 43. 
Merchant. d. 1848 



Daniel Hall* 



A^O 



A. B. 1845. Commencement Orator. Dist. 
Atty. Jefferson County. Wis.. 57-58; Mem- 
ber Wis. Legislature. 70-73; Chairman Judiciary 
Committee. 71-72; Speaker, 72-73. 
Lawyer. d. 1894 

Abram Newkirk Littlejohn* $ D E 

A. B. 1845; A. M. 1849 honoris causa. Trinity 
Coll.; D. D. 1855 Univ. of Pa.; LL. D. 
1880 Univ. of Cambridge, England. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. Minis- 
ter St. Ann's Church, Amsterdam, N. Y., 
48-49; St. Andrew's Church. Meriden, Conn., 
49-50; Rector Christ Church. Springfield. Mass., 
50-51; St. Paul's Church. New Haven. Conn., 
51-60; Church of the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, 
N, Y.. 60-69; P. E. Bishop of the Diocese of 
Long Island, 69-02; Am. Episcopal Churches in 
Europe, 74-86; Honorary Chancellor, Union 
Univ., 82; Trustee Columbia Coll., 79-02. 
Author "The Metaphysics of Cousin;" "Sir 
James Stephens' Lectures on the History 
of France;" "Human Progress Dependent 
on Tradition rather than Invention;" "The 
Philosophy of Religion;" "The Poetry of 
George Herbert;" "The Life and Writings of 
Coleridge;" "Rogers' Eclipse of Faith;" "The 
Bible and Common Sense;" "The Outwardness 
of Popular Religion;" "Thoughts and Inquiries 
of the Alt-Catholic Movement;" "Discourse at 
the Consecration of St. Paul's Church within 
the Walls, Rome, Italy;" "Essays before the 
Church Congress. New York;" "Conciones ad 
Clerum." 
Protestant Episcopal Bishop. d. 1901 



I 



Edward McCamus* 



Aon 



A. B. 1845; M. D. 1849 Albany Med. Coll. 

Commencement Orator. 

Merchant. d. 1864 



James Snyder MacKie* 



PeK 



A. B. 1845; A. M. 1848; M. D. 1848 Univ. of 
Maryland. Commencement Orator. Prof. 
Baltimore Female Acad., 45-50; Keeper of 
Archives. Dept. State. 50-53; Chief Spanish- 
Am. Division Diplomatic Bureau. 53-64; 
Capt. 8th Inf. Regiment, Dist. of Columbia 
Vols.. 61-62; Aide on Staff of General Charles 
P. Stone; U. S. Special Commissioner to Bo- 
livia, 62-63; U. S. Joint-Commissioner to 
Peru, 63-64. Member Union Americana of Chile. 
Capitalist. d. 1901 



John Welsh Major* 



$LA 



A. B. 1845; A. M. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Instr. Young Ladies' 
Sem., Baltimore, Md., 46-50; Asst. Pastor, 
Berkeley County, Va., 51-52; Pastor, Cale- 
donia, N. Y., 54-56; Acting Pastor, Bladens- 
burgh, Md.. and Fall River. Va.. 56-57. 
Clergyman. d. 1869 



Edwin Craft Marvin* 



Tkl 



Lieut, and Quartermaster, U. S. Army, 46-47. 
Lawyer. d. 1853 



Joseph Russell Pitcher* 

A. B. 1845. 
Lawyer. 

Walter Stewart* 



ODM 

d. 1856 

ASA 

A. B. 1845; M. D. elsewhere. Commencement 
Orator. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1863 



I 



1845-48J 



THETA CHAPTER 



George Tibbits* 



TaK 

A. B. 1S4S; A. M. 1848; C. E. 1841 Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Inst. Commencement Orator. 
Member Common Council City of Troy. Brother 
of John Bleeker Tibbits, Theta 46. 
Lawyer. d. 1875 



1846 

Setli Coggswell Baldwin* 

A. B. 1846. 
Civil Engineer. 

Charles James Gibson* 

A. B. 1846. Commencement Orator. 
Lawyer. 

Simon Sartwell Goss* 



d. 1882 

TwM 

d. 1852 

<|)nK 

A. B. 1846; A. M. 1849; B. D. 1849 Auburn 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. Pastor Mer- 
idian, N. Y., 49-62; Chaplain 75th Inf. Regi- 
ment N. Y. Vols., 62-64. Father of Charles 
Frederick Goss, Psi Ti. 
Clergyman. 



John Bleeker Tibbits* 



I 



d. 1865 

AsS 

A. B. 1846; A. M. 1849. Commencement Ora- 
tor. Deacon Hoosick Chapel, Hoosick, N. Y., 
66-88. Brother of George Tibbits, Theta 45. 
Clergyman. d. 1898 

John Theodore Wentworth* P X N 

A. B. 1846. Hebrew Oration, 46. Dist. Atty. 
Walworth County, Wis., 58-63; Court Com- 
missioner, 63-70; Clerk Circuit Court of 
Wis., 70-75; Judge 1st Judicial Circuit of Wis., 
75-93; Pres. Psi Upsilon Assn. of the North- 
west, 82-93. 
Lawyer. d. 1893 



1847 



Charles Babcock* 



ASA' 



A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Missionary, Greenwood, N. Y., 62-71; Prof, of 
Architecture, Cornell Univ., 71-96; Rector St. 
Paul's Church, Ithaca, 74-88. Author "Elemen- 
tary Architecture"; "Vaults." Brother of 
Theodore Babcock, Theta 41 and John Henry 
Babcock, Theta 45 and uncle of Charles Ed- 
ward Payne Babcock, Chi 80. 
Clergyman. d. 1913 



Moss Kent Booth* 



vza' 



A. B. 1847. Commencement Orator. Prin- 
cipal Public School, Southington, Conn., 47- 
48: Member Mass. Legislature, 52. 
Lawyer. d. 1853 



James Emott Davis* 



TcM 



A. B. 1847. 
Farmer. 



James Wood Hoyte* 



d. 1896 

AUQ' 

A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850; B. D. 1852 New Al- 
bany Theol. Sem.; M. D. 1858 Univ. of Nash- 
ville; D. D. 1884. Phi Beta Kappa. Pastor, 
Smyrna and Hermitage, Tenn., 54-65; Second 
Church. Nashville, 72-75; Evangelist Presbytery 
of Nashville, 76-80; Prof. Ethics and Belles 
Lettres. Univ. of Nashville, 55-62. Member 
State Board of Education of Tenn., 76-85. 
Clergyman. d. 1887 



Albert Constantine Ingham* ^ 9 A' 

A. B. 1847 Union Coll. and LL. D. 1865. Com- 
mencement Orator. Sec. State Agricultural 
Soc, 51-56; Founder Ingham Prize for Essays, 
Union Coll., 65; Aided in reviving the Theta, 
65. Father of John Albertson Ingham, Pi 86 
and brother of George Van Wie Ingham, Psi 
00. Initiated by the Psi. 
Lawyer. d. 1882 



Daniel Webster Noyes 



* 



$Da 



A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850. Commencement 
Orator. Principal School, Willimantic, Conn., 
47-49; Dist. Atty. Livingston County, N. Y., 
76-78; County Judge, 78-88. Father of Fred- 
erick William Noyes, Chi 76. 
Lawyer. d. 1888 



Charles Roberts* 

Merchant. 



ZeM 

d. 1855 

Lucius Insley Root* X e A 

A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Prof, of Mathematics 
and Natural Science, Carroll Coll., Waukesha, 
Wis.; Pastor Presbyterian Church, 49-53; Sa- 
line, Mich., 53-56; Bay City, 56-60; Ionia, 
60-61; Medina, N. Y., 61-65; Upper Alton, 111., 
67-71; Shelbyville, 71-74; Greencastle, Ind., 
74-76: Edwardsvir.e, 111., 76-'79; Prof, of Mental 
and Moral Philosophy, Park Coll., Mo., 79; 
Principal Union School, Bay City, Mich., 56-59; 
Member Board of Education, Upper Alton, 111., 
68-71. 
Clergyman. d. 1879 



1848 



Chester Alan Arthur* 



Pp^' 



A. B. 1848; LL. D. 1882. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Principal Acad., North 
Pownal, Vt., 49-52; Village School, Cohoes, 
N. Y., 52; Brigadier General and Engineer-in- 
Chief, State of N. Y., 61-62; Quartermaster 
General, 62-63; Collector Port of New York, 
71-78; Vice-Pres. of the U. S., 81; Pres., 81- 
85; Pres. Psi Upsilon Assn., Washington, D. 
C, 82-85; Psi Upsilon Assn., New York, 86. 
Father of Chester Alan Arthur, Jr., Lambda 85. 
Lawyer. d. 1886 

George Woodbridge Bonney* P t N 

Hosteler. d. 1885 

William Pease Chambers* e B' 

A. B. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 
Orator. Brother of George Hubbard Cham- 
bers, Theta 57, and father of Walter Bough- 
ton Chambers, Beta 87. 
Lawyer. d. 1911 



George Kellogg Dauchy'' 



XE°S" 



A. B. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 
Orator. 1st Lieut, commanding 12th Inde- 
pendent Battery N. Y. Light Artillery, 61-64; 
Capt. 16th N. Y. Artillery, 64-65. 
Manufacturer. d. 1912 



John Eliad Davis* 



raN 



A. B. 1848. Teacher, Versailles, Ky., 48-49. 
Educator d. 1849 



THETA CHAPTER 



[1848-50 



Carlton Edwards* 



rkN 



A. B. 1848; A. M. 1851.- Commencement 
Orator. Prof, of Latin and Greek, Acad., Ox- 
ford, Md., 48-50. 
Journalist. d. 1862 

Hannibal Goodwin 

Initiated by the Xi 



Jacob Hayes-Linville''' 



AixQ' 



A. B. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa. Commence- 
ment Appointment. Greek Poem. Instr. Oak 
Hall Acad., Lancaster County, Pa., 50-54. 
Member Franklin Inst., Philadelphia, and Am. 
Soc. of Civil Engineers. 
Civil Engineer. d. 1907 

Timothy Wadsworth Miller* X m N 

Banker. d. 1S72 

John Root* P e q' 

Commence- 



A. B. 1848; M. D. elsewhere, 
ment Orator. 
Physician and Surgeon. 



1849 



d. 1876 



George Brown Anderson* t 9 F' 

A. B. 1849. Commencement Orator. U. S. 
Indian Inspr., 84-85; Mgr. State Lunatic Asy- 
lum, Utica, N. Y., 75-83; Raised 96th and 146tli 
Inf. Regiments of N. Y. Vols. 
Manufacturer. d. 1885 



Thomas Bibb Bradley* 



z^x" 



A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852. Principal Acad. 
Canajoharie, N. Y., 49-50. Author "Apheila." 
Journalist. d. 1855 

[Sebra] Winchester Britton* X o ¥' 

A. B. elsewhere. Dist. Atty. Kings County, 

N. Y., 71-74 and 74-77. 

Lawyer. d. 1886 

Samuel Robert Carlton Mathews* 

KSS" 

Manufacturer. d. 1910 



Albert Wells Pettibone* 



A. B. 1849. 
Merchant. 



$1I/*<I>' 



d. !915 



Frederick William Seward* $ t A' 

A. B. 1849; LL. D. 1878. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Asst. Sec. of State, 
U. S., 61-69 and 77-81; U. S. Special Commis- 
sioner, San Domingo, 66; Member N. Y. Leg- 
islature, 75; Trustee, Wells Coll., 71-77; 
Seward Inst., Florida, N. Y., 72. Author 
"Life and Letters of William H. Seward." 
Lawyer. d. 1915 



John Beatty Steele, Jr.* 



^SO) 



A. B. 1849. Principal Acad., New Paltz, N. Y., 
51-54; Kinderhook, 66-69; Johnstown, 69-70; 
Coxsackie, 70-71. 
Lawyer. 'd. 1887 



James Wade Wilson* 



Zbx" 



A. B. 1849. 2nd Lieut., 6th Independent Bat- 
tery, N. Y. Light Artillery, 63-64; 1st Lieut., 
64-65. Poet Psi Upsilon Convention, 52. 
Lawyer. d. 1874 

1850 

Eliab Wilkinson Capron <E> G $ 

A. B. 1850; M. D. 1855 Albany Med. Coll. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Principal Acad., Half Moon, 
N. Y., 50-52; Health Officer, Lansingburg. 
Member Rensselaer County Med. Soc. 
Citriculturist. 
Lotos, Fla. 

Samuel Thurston Freeman* ^ '^X~ 

A. B. 1850; A. M. 1853. Commencement Or- 
ator. Dist. Atty. Schenectady County, N. 
Y., 52-56; Lecturer, Natural and Constitutional 
Law, Union Coll., 55. Father of Cuyler Free- 
man, Delta 80. 
Lawyer. d. 1889 

Elias Bedford Glen* A f 

A. B. 1850; A. M, 1853. Principal Acad., 
Canajoharie, N. Y., 50-53; High School, Bra- 
zeau, Mo., 56-58; Pleasant Hill Acad., Cape 
Girardeau, 58-60; Acad., New Madrid, 60-62; 
Acad., Farmington, 62-63; Prof, of Greek and 
Latin, Andalusia Coll., 63-68 and 72-78; Greek, 
Latin and English, Acad., Columbia, Pa., 68- 
72. Brother of Samuel Glen, Theta 44. 
Educator. 

Isaac Lawson* A L, ^~ 

A. B. 1850. Trustee Theta Chapter. 
Lawyer. 

Norman Ottman* 



d. 1901 

$dB' 

Principal Public School, Sharon Hill, N. Y., 

48-49; Argusville, 49-50; Founder of Sem., 

Richmondville, and Instr. in Mathematics, 54; 

Private Co. I, 44th Inf. Regiment N. Y. Vols., 

62-63. 

Educator. d. 1863 



Ossian Columbus Pettit* 



AV?' 

Brother 



A. B. 1850. Commencement Orator. 

of John Upfold Pettit, Theta 39. 

Lawyer. d. 1852 

ZS°Z' 

d. 1868 

BSZ' 

A. B. 1850. Private 8th Inf. Regiment Pa. 

Vols., 61-63; Dist. Atty., Armstrong County, 
Pa., 68-76. 

Lawyer. d. 1880 

NoF 



William Lyon Pynchon* 

A. B. 1850. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Civil Engineer. 

Jefferson Reynolds* 



William George Smull* 



A. B. 1850; A. M. 1853; M. D. elsewhere. 
Demonstrator of Anatomy, Baltimore Coll. of 
Dental Surgery, 58-61. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1869 

AFS" 



Henry Benjamin Whiton* 



A. B. 1852; M. D. 1854 Albany Med. Coll. 
Asst. Surg. 2nd Regiment N. Y. Vols., 61-63; 
Surg. 60th Inf., 63-65; Surg. Troy General 
Hosp., 65-85; Attending Phys. Marshall In- 
firmary; Curator Albany Med. Coll.; Pres. 
Rensselaer County Med. Soc. Member New 
York State Med. Soc. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1885. 



1851-53] 



THETA CHAPTER 



1851 



Curtis Coe Bean* 



A^S" 



Atty. General 11th Judicial Circuit, Tenn., 65; 
Member Tenn. Legislature, 66-67; Senator 
Ariz. Territory, 79; Member U. S. House of 
Ke])resentatives, 84. 
Miner. 



Gilbert W Becker* 



T<pX' 



1st. Lieut. 30th Inf. Regiment N. Y. Vols., 
61-63: Capt. and Brevet Major, 2d Cavalry 
N'eteran Regiment, N. Y. Vols.. 63-65. 
. Soldier. d. 1871 

Solomon Dewey Bosworth* A b B' 

A. B. 1851. 
Farmer. 

John Reed* 

A. B. 1851. 
Civil Engineer. 



Commencement Orator. 



B§r 

d. 1869 



1852 



Theodore Brown* 



v. — @' 



LL. B. 1852 Albany Law School. Surrogate, 

Chautai:qua County, N. Y., 64-66. 

Lawyer. d. 1866 

Sidney Taylor Emerson* $ D Z' 

A. B. 1852. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Civil Engineer. d. 1915 

Augustine Henry Giddings* F F H' 

A. B. 1852. Commencement Orator. Prosecii- 
ting Atty., Newaygo County. Mich.. 59-62; 
Probate fudge. 68-70; Judge 14th Judicial Cir- 
cuit, Mich., 70-76. 
Lawyer. 



George Pomeroy Jackson* 

A. B. 1852. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Manufacturer. 

George Gedney Parker 

Initiated by the Gamma 

■Edward Stevens* 



A. B. 1852. 
Lawyer. 



Phi Beta Kappa. 



1853 



d. 1876 

ARZ' 

d. 1882 



d. 1868 



Ber 

d. 1856 

ACH' 

A. B. 1853. Phi Beta Kappa. County En- 
gineer, Leavenworth County. Kans., 69-88. 
Civil Engineer. d. 1912 



Clement LeFevre Austin* 

A. B. 1853. 
Student. 

George Avery 

Merchant. 

Delos Noble Barnes* 



Harmon Jonathan Bliss 



* 



A^r 



A. 'B. 1853; LL. B. 1854 Albany Law School. 
Commencement Orator. Capt. 72d Inf. Regi- 
ment N. Y. Vols., 61-63. 
Farmer. ^- 1863 

Marshall Calkins 

Initiated by the Xi 



Samuel Bellis Dalrymple* 



AYp' 



A. B. 1853; B. D. 1856 Theol. Sem. of Va. 
Commencement Orator. Rector St. Paul's 
Church. Lock Haven, Pa., 56-62; Grace Church, 
Honesdale, 62-63. 
Clergyman. d. 1863 

Francis Percival Dewees* O t S' 

A. B. 1853; A. M. 1856. Principal Public 
School. Bridgeport, Pa.. 53-54; Member U. S. 
"First Defenders." 61; Chairman National 
Greenback Committee of Pa., 77-79; U. S.. 79- 
81. Author "The Molly Maguires; the Origin, 
Growth and Character of the Organization.' 
Father of Louis Loeser Dewees, Eta 87. 
Lawyer. d. 1899 

Stephen Henry Ingersoll* K tc H' 

Signal Officer U. S. Navy. 62-63; General Inspr. 
Dept. of Public Works. New York. 72-75; Chief 
of Bureau. Dept. of Police. 75-82. 
Publisher. d- 1891 



Allan Hyre Jackson 



* 



AwE' 



A. B. 1853; A. M. 1856; LL. B. 1856 Harvard. 
Commencement Orator. Capt. 91st Inf. Regi- 
ment N Y. Vols., 61-62; Major 134th Inf. 
Regiment, N. Y. Vols., 63; Lieut. Colonel, 
63: Colonel, 63-65; Brevet 1st Lieut. U. S. 
Army. 63; Brevet Capt. 63; Brevet Major, 63; 
Lieut. Adjutant and Capt.. 7th U. S. Inf., 
65-88; Judge Advocate, Military Dept. 
of the Columbia. 85-88. Brother of Alonzo 
Clinton and Samuel Winslow Jackson, Theta 
42 and John Keyes Jackson, Theta 53 and uncle 
of Franklin Potter Jackson, Theta 98. 
Officer U. S. Army (retired). d. 1911 



John Keyes Jackson"^ 



S^H' 



Capt. in Army of General William Walker. 55- 
56. Brother of Alonzo Clinton and Samuel 
Winslow Jackson. Theta 42 and Allan Hyre 
Jackson, theta 53 and uncle of Franklin Potter 
Jackson. Theta 98. 
Civil Engineer. d. 1856 



w^r 



Silas Russell Jones* 

A. B. 1853; B. D. 1858 General Theol. Sem. 
Rector. Trinity Church, Lenox, Mass., 58-59; 
St. John's Church, North Adams, 59-60; St. 
James' Church, Greenfield, 60-63; Church of 
The Ascension, Chicago. 111.. 63-65; Church of 
The Atonement, 65-70; Trinity Church, Syra- 
cuse. N. Y.. 72-74. 
Clergyman (retired). d. 1898 



John Ellison Scott* 

Farmer. 

Erwin Isaac Spink* 

A. b". 1853; A. M. 1856. 
Principal Mettowee Acad.. 
Lawyer. 



BSS' 

d. 1908 

$SH' 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

Pawlet. Vt., 54-57. 

d. 1917 



10 



THETA CHAPTER 



[1853-56 



Oscar Mortimer Uline* 

Educator. 

Ralph VanBrunt* 

A. B. 18S3. Commencement Orator. 



Architect. 



d. 1915 



1854 



Edward Anthon* 



zA°e' 



A. B. 1851 Trinity Coll. and A. M. 1854; 

B. D. 1854 Theol. Sem. of Va. Asst. Minister 
Anthon Memorial Church, New York City, 54- 
61 and Rector, 61-65. Member Univ. Club. 
Clergyman. d. 1903 

Stephen [Lowry ColHns] Bredin 

AeH' 

M. D. 1856 Univ. of Pa. Father of George 

Sloan Bredin, Chi 81. 

Physician (retired). 

74 N. Maple St., East Orange, N. J. 



John Haskell Combs* 



S.];F 



A. B. 1859. Principal High School. Memphis, 
Tenn., 54-56; Yazoo City, Miss., Ripon, Wis., 
61-65; Eudocia Coll.. Black Hawk, 70-72; Lex- 
ington. 74-77. 
Educator. d. 1904 



Cyrus Lorenzo Gorton* 



A(|^H' 



A. B. 1854. Commencement Orator. Deputy U. 

S. Marshal of Kans.; 1st Lieut. 2d Cavalry 

Regiment Kans. Vols., 61-64; Capt. and 
Quartermaster, 64-65. 

Merchant. d. 1876 



Daniel Waterbury* 



[X$0' 



A. B. 1854; LL. B. 1855 Poughkeepsie Law 
School. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement Or- 
ator. Member N. Y. Legislature, 61-63; Judge 
Court of Conciliation, 64; In charge of the 
Acad.. Albany, N. Y.. 68-69; Founder and 
Principal Peabody Inst. St. Augustine, Fla., 
69-76. 
Lawyer and Farmer. d. 1895 



Nathan Hill Wood* 



aG0' 



Principal Public School. Whitehall, N. Y., 
53-54; Janesville, Wis., 54-55; Deputy Regis- 
ter of Deeds, Rock County. Wis.. 55-57; City 
Atty., Leavenworth, Kans., 61-63; Police 
Judge, Leavenworth, 74-76; Deputy Atty., 
Leavenworth County, Kans., 76-80. 
Lawyer. d. 1913 



1855 



Almon Gamaliel Case* 



MAO' 

A. B. 1855. German Oration, 55. Senator State 

of Iowa, 66-68; Commissioner for building 

Insane Asylum. Independence, Iowa, 78-86, and 

Trustee. 

Banker. d. 1904 



Morris Julius Franklin 



ABO' 



A. B. 1855; A. M. 1858; M. D. 1858 N. Y. 
Univ. Asst. Surg. 4th Cavalry, N. Y. Vols. 
Physician and Surgeon. 
224 Glenwood Blvd. Schenectady, N. Y. 



Myron Henry Galusha* 



A$K' 



A. B. 1857; B. D. 1858 Theol. Sem. of Va. 
Commencement Orator. Instr. High School 
Alexandria, Va.; Rector Bath Parish, Dinwiddie 
County, Va., 58-59; Christ and Grace Churches, 
Meherrin Parish, Greenville County, 59-60. 
Clergyman. d. 1860 



Moses Mason Ham* 



G Svf 



A. B. 1855. Commencement Orator. Prin- 
cipal Union School, Jonesville, Mich., 55-57; 
Member National Democratic Committee for 
Iowa, 72-88; Senator State of Iowa. 77-81; 
Postmaster at Dubuque, 85-88; Member and 
Pres. Board of Education; Regent State 
Univ. of Iowa. 
Journalist. d. 1902 

Horace Bronson Loomis* Z W° M" 

A. B. 1854 Madison Univ. Instr. in the Acad., 

Albany.^ N. Y. 

Journalist. 

Henry Danforth Rice* Xtz'k 

Farmer and Hosteler. d. 1903 

Edward Livingston Stevens* N D K' 

A. B. 1855. Phi Beta Kappa. Greek Saluta- 
tory. Pres. Village of Rome, 69-70; Mayor, 
78-80. Father of Stoddard More Stevens, Chi 
85, Edward Livingston Stevens. Chi 99, Harold 
Burr Stevens^ Chi 02 and grandfather of Stod- 
dard More Stevens, Jr.. Chi 14 and George 
Mav Stevens. Chi 16. 
Lawyer. d. 1900 



George Crockett Strong* 



ZeP' 



Brevet 2d Lieut. U. S. Army. 57-59; 2d Lieut. 
59-61; 1st Lieut., 61-63; Capt., 63; Major and 
Asst. Adjutant General U. S. Vols., 61-62; 
Brigadier General, 62-63; Major General, 63. 
Author "Cadet Life at West Point." 
Officer, U. S. Army. d. 1863 

¥<pe' 

d. 1903 

KA^ 

A. B. 1855. Phi Beta Kappa. French Oration. 
55. Instr. Mayfield Presbyterian Sem., Mayfield, 
Ky.. 55-58; 2d Lieut. 12th Vol. Batterv N. Y. 
Artillery, 61-63; State's Atty. 1st Judicial Dis- 
trict of Ky.. 65-68. 
Lawyer. d. 1914 

1856 



Edward Davis Thompson* 

Contractor. 

William Wallace Tice* 



Lyman Kidder Bass* 



[JL (0 

A. B. 1856. German Valedictory. Dist. 
Atty., Erie Co.. N. Y.. 66-72; Member House 
of Representatives, 73-77. Brother of Samuel 
Savil Bass. Theta 58. 
Lawyer. d. 1889 



Charles Titus Church 



(3RK' 



A. B. 1856; C. E. 1856. Commencement Ora- 
tor. 

Civil Engineer (retired). 
155 William St., Geneva, N. Y. 



Oscar Craig* 



^RK^ 



A. B. 1856; A. M. 1859. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. State Commissioner of 
Charities, 7th Judicial Dist.. 80-88. 
Lawyer. d. 1894 



1856-58] 



THETA CHAPTER 



11 



Edward Warner Crittenden* ^ W O' 

A. B. 1856; A. M. 1859. Commencement Or- 
ator. 
Lawyer. d. 1912 



Alson Chapin Davis* 



^Wo" 



A. B. 1856: A. M. 1859; LL. B. 1856 Albany 
Law School. Commencement Orator. U. 
S. Dist. Atty., Kans.. 58-62; Colonel 9th 
Inf. Regiment Kans. Vols., 62-63. Father 
of Ernest Davis, Beta 78. 
Lawyer. d. 1881 



Harlow Augustus Gale* 



ZA 



A. B. 1856. Commencement Orator. Auditor 
Hennepin County, Minn., 59-61; Clerk Dist. 
Court, 4th Judicial Dist. of Minn., 59-61. 
Father of Harlow Stearns Gale. Beta 85. 
Real Estate. d. 1901 



John Wilder* 



$ar 



A. B. 1856; LL. B. 1858 Harvard. Commence- 
ment Orator. 2d Lieut. 54th Inf. Regiment 
Mass. Vols.. 63; Capt. 2d Regiment U. S. 
Vols., 63-64; Major, 64; Lieut. Colonel, 64-66; 
Judge Dist. Provost Court, Key West, Fla., 
64-65; Judge Advocate on staff of Major General 
commanding Dept. of Fla., 65-66; Prof, of Med. 
Jurisprudence, Kansas City Coll, of Phys. and 
Surgs., 69-70. 
Lawyer. d. 1870 

Charles Henry Somers Williams* 

A. B. 1856. Phi Beta Kappa. Commence- 
ment Orator. Pastor Congregational Church, 
Concord, Mass., 68-71. Author "Index to 
Cases in Massachusetts Laws, 66-77." Brother 
of Alfred Augustus Crawford Williams, Theta 
58. 

Lawyer. d. 1879 

Charles Tousley Wyman* X v P' 

Civil Engineer. 

Thomas Smith Yocum* M w O' 

B. D. 1859 Theol. Sem. of Va.; D. D. 1876 
Kenyon Coll. Commencement Orator. Rector 
Christ Church, Bridgeport, Pa.. 61-70; Christ 
Church, Cincinnati, Ohio, 71-76; St. Andrew's 
Church, Richmond, N. Y., 76-02; Trustee 
Kenyon Coll., 71-76. Member Pennsylvania 
Historical Soc. 

Clergyman. d. 1904 

1857 



William Cleveland Allen* 

Farmer. 

William Apgar* 



d. 1914 

Principal Public School, Mt. Pleasant, N. J., 

56-57. 

Lawyer. d. 1911 

George Hubbard Chambers* ^ 7 /.' 

A. B. 1857. Member Wis. Legislature, 70-72. 
Brother of William Pease Chambers, Theta 
48 and uncle of Walter Boughton Chambers, 
Beta 87. 
Lawyer. • d. 1885 

Cordello D[e Val Court] Elmer 

Initiated by the Xi 



William Dwight Morton* 



[X c 



A. B. 1857; A. M. 1860; B. D. 1863 Union 
Theol.* Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. Commence- 
ment Orator. Vice-Principal Union School, 
Corning, N. Y., 57-60; Pastor Huntingdon, 
Conn., 64-69; Chester, 69-77; South Coventry, 
77-81. 
Clergyman. d. 1881 



Abiel Westfall Palmer* 



0(pS' 



Member N. Y. Legislature, 60 and 66; Sena- 
tor State of N. Y.. 68-70 and 72-74. 
Banker. d. 1881 

Gilbert Edwin Pratt 

Initiated by the Delta 



James Jacob Seibert'' 



p h x' 



A. B. 1857. Lieut. Colonel 6th Inf. Regiment 
Pa. Vols.. 61; Major 7th Cavalry Regiment, 
61-63; Lieut. Colonel, 63-65. 
Lawyer. d. 1869 



James Willis Westlake* 



oWv^ 



A. B. 1857; A. M. 1860. Commencement Poem. 
Prof, of Languages State Normal School, 
Millersville, Pa., 57-58; Principal Public 
Schools, Indiana, Pa., 58-61; Clerk, Quarter- 
master-General's office. Washington, D. C. 63- 
66; Prof. Rhetoric and Belles Lettres, Balti- 
more City Coll., 66-69; English Literature, 
State Normal School, Millersville, 69. Author 
"3,000 Practice Words;" "How to Write Let- 
ters" and "Common School Literature." 
Educator. d. 1912 

1858 



Oliver Ostrom Alexander* P w O' 



A. B. 1858. 
Lawyer. 

Samuel Savil Bass* 

A. B. 1858. Commencement Orator, 
of Lyman Kidder Bass, Theta 56. 

Oscar Henry Curtiss* 



d. 1868 

Brother 
d. 1859 

pWa' 



A. B. 1858. Prof, of Ancient Languages and 
Mathematics, Acad. Oxford, N. Y., 58-60, and 
Principal, 59-60: Capt. Company A, 114th Inf. 
Regiment N. Y. Vols., 62-63; Major, 63-65; 
Justice of the Peace, 66-73; Special County 
judge, 68-72; Member N. Y. Legislature. 79- 
81. Member Loyal Legion. 
Lawyer. 

Edmund Harding Dewey* jjl A ^' 

A. B. and C. E. 1858. Instr. Latin and Greek 
in Acad., Ovid, N. Y., 60-64. Father of Albert 
Spaulding Osborne Dewey, Delta 87. 
Lawyer. d. 1885 

Archibald George* ({; m o' 

A. B. 1858. 

Customs Inspector. d. 1887 

Alonzo Skiles Livermore* M O tj^^ 

A. B. 1858; C. E. 1858. 

Manufacturer. d. 1888 

John Tracy Mygatt 

Initiated by the Psi 



12 



THETA CHAPTER 



[1858-62 



David Henry Ostrom* 



Robert Treat Paine* 



rxA^ 

d. 1858 

GDa 

A. B. 1858; A. M. 1861; M. D. 1861 New York 
Univ. Commencement Orator. Asst. Surg. 
28th Inf. Regiment N. Y. Vols., 61-63; Surg. 
2d Regiment Mounted Rifles. N. Y. Vols, and 
Brigade Surg., 63-65. Member Niagara County 
Med. Soc. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1885 

Elhanan VanLew Peterson* S S B' 

A. B. 1858. Teacher, Tenn., 58-59; Ala., 59- 
60; Capt. 8th Cavalry Regiment, Ind. Vols., 
61-65; Mayor, City of Norton, 85. 
Banker. d. 1914 

John Phelps Shumway* M ¥ T'' 

A. B. 1858; M. D. 1860 Albany Med. Coll. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1912 

WilHam Penn Warner* <]; k o' 

A. B. 1858. 

Lawyer. 

Thomas Collins Whiteside* y w A" 

A. B. 1858. Commencement Orator. Prose- 
cuting x-Vtty. 11th Judicial Circuit of Ind.. 62; 
Member Ind. Legislature, 65; Judge 21st 
Judicial Circuit of Ind.. 65-71. 
Lawyer. d. 1892 

Alfred Augustus Crawford Williams* 

M. D. elsewhere. Asst. Surg. 1st Artillery 
Regiment N. Y. Vols., 62; Surg. Berdan's 
Sharpshooters; Brevet Colonel N. Y. Vols.; 
Lieut. Co!onel 1st Cavalry Regiment Nev. 
\'ols., 64. Brother of Charles Henry Somers 
Williams. Theta 56. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1869 

1859 



John Marston Scribner* 



AWo 



Samuel Slaughter Bailey 

Initiated by the Sigma 

William LeGrand Card* y ^ v' 

Journalist. d. 1913 

Frank Collins* X T ^' 

Lieut. 136th Inf. Regiment N. Y. Vols., 62-63; 

Capt., 63-65. 

Lawyer. d. 1871 



Alexander Gilchrist 



Z [x to'' 



A. B. 1859; A. M. 1862. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Instr. Acad., Ovid, N. Y.. 59-60; 1st Lieut. 
148th Inf. Regiment N. Y. Vols., 62-63; Capt., 
63-65, and Brevet Major; Judge Superior 
Court. 05-11. 
Banker. 

Old State National Bank; res. 701 Upper 1st 
St., Evansville, Ind. 



Pascal Harrison Owen* 



Pdr 



M. D. 1859 New York Univ; Clerk Circuit 
Court. 4th Judicial Dist. of Ala., 75; Senator 
State of Ala., 76-78. Member Alabama Med. 
Assn. and Montgomery Med. and Surgical Soc. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1912 



A. B. 1859. Member N. Y. State Bar Assn. 
Lawyer. d. 1908 

1860 



George Webster Chandler 9 tu A' 

Merchant (retired). 

133 S. Ridgewood Ave., Daytona, F'.a. 

Archibald Campbell Fowler* <p c N" 

A. B. I860; M. D. 1867 Harvard. Member 

Massachusetts State Med. Soc. 

Physician and Surgeon. d. 1871 

Napoleon Bonaparte Knight* F 2 y' 

A. B. I860: LL. B. 1866 Albany Law School. 
Major 1st Cavalry Regiment Del. Vols., 62-64; 
Colonel, 64-65; Senator State of Oregon, 80-82. 
Lawyer. 



Joseph Alexander Lyon* 



A. B. I860. 

Manufacturer. 



Xi^Q' , 
1 



d. 1913 

NtoB' 

A. B. 1860; C. E. 1861. German Oration, 60. 
Merchant. d. 1895 



Francis Alvin Lyons* 



George Snow* 

A. B. I860. 
Lawyer. 



9 TC a 

d. 1885 



1861 



Charles James Fox* 



ySf 

A. B. 1861. 1st Lieut. 107th Inf. Regiment N. 
Y. Vols.. 62-63; Capt.. 63-64; Major, 64-65; 
Supervisor Town of Erwin, 72-75. Father of 
Norman Wright Fox, Upsilon 89, brother of 
George Henry Fox, Upsilon 67 and uncle 
of [George] Howard Fox, Beta 94 and Alan- 
son Gibbs Fox, Beta 00. 
Manufacturer. d. 1903 



Thomas Clayton Frame 



xvr 



A. B. 1861; M. D. 1866 Univ. of Pa. Trustee 
Del. State Hosp. for the Insane. 
Physician (retired). 
Dover, Del. 



Ethan Allen Maxon* 

Brother of Frank Maxon, Beta 79. 
Merchant. 

Thaddeus Eugene Munn* 

A. B. 1861. 
Farmer. 

1862 



Fletcher Clay Peck 



T — S'^ 

d. 1901 
d. 1892 



9 c A'' 



A. B. 1862. U. S. Marshal Northern Dist. N. 
Y.. 65-69. 
Lawyer. 

17 Elwood Bldg.; res. 178 Alexander .St., Roch- 
ester. N. Y. 



1862-67] 



THETA CHAPTER 



13 



Edward Hastings Ripley* P ^ [J-" 

A. B. 1862. Private, Sergeant and Capt. 9th 
Inf. Regiment Vt. Vols., 62; Major, Lieut. 
Colonel and Colonel, 63; Brigadier General, 
U. S. Vols., 64 and 65. Brother of Charles 
Henry Ripley, Theta 65. 
Banker. d. 1915 



rf<];' 

d. 1872 



Walter Starbuck* 

A. B. 1862; A. M. 1865. 
Manufacturer. 

1863 

Alorton Elnathan Brasee 

Initiated by the Iota 

Henry Elias Munger* X^^' 

2d Lieut. 18th Inf. Regiment N. Y. Vols., 61- 

62; 1st Lieut., 62-63. 

Clerk. 

William Emmett Orr* N h T 

2d Lieut. 7th Regiment, Heavy Artillery, 113th 
N. Y. Vols., 62-63; 1st Lieut., 63-64. See Up- 
silon 64 

d. 1864 



John Theodore Saxe* 



Z0°S' 



A. B. 1862 Univ. of Vt. and A. M. 1865. 
Instr. in the Acad., Albany, N. Y., 62-63. 
Initiated by the Convention, 63. Son of John 
Godfrey Saxe, Alpha 53 and father of John 
Godfrey Saxe, Lambda 00. 
Merchant. d. 1881 

Benjamin Linzey Temple* W t: <f^ 

Member Pa. Constitutional Convention. 
Lawyer. d. 1881 



1864 



Sidney Tuttle 



2j w <p 

C. E. 1864. Son of George Washington Tuttle, 

Theta 36. Initiated by the Psi 

Nurseryman. 

Phoenix Nursery Co., Bloomington, 111.; res. 

Janesville, Wis. 



David Milton Monroe Zeller 

Initiated by the Iota 

1865 

David Henry Gould 



I AT 

A. B. 1865; C. E. 1866; A. M. 1869. Pres. Psi 

Upsilon Alumni Assn., 14-15. Member Soc. of 

Colonial Wars; Sons of the Revolution. Father 

of Henry Black Gould, Gamma 03. Initiated 

by the Psi 

Civil Engineer (retired). 

345 N. Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. 



Henry Boyd Martin* ^W& 

Commencement Orator. 

d. 1875 



A. B. 1865. 
Merchant. 



Charles Henry Ripley"^ 



A^s 



Member Company K, 12th Inf. Regiment, 
Vt. Vols., 62-63. Brother of Edward Hastings 
Ripley, Theta 62. 
Merchant. d. 1887 



1866 

Erskine Sweet Bates 



M. D. 1865 Long Island Coll. Hosp. Valedic- 
torian Long Island Coll. Hosp. Prof, of Ma- 
teria-Medica and Dean of Columbia Veterinary 
Coll. Organizer and Principal first Normal 
School in Maine and Principal Chicago High 
School. 
Physician. 
(521 E. State St., Ithaca, N. Y.) 



William Henry Case* 



N ; <i) s n' 



A. B. 1866; C. E. 1867; A. M. 1869. Com- 
mencement Orator. Member Executive Council 
of Psi Upsilon, 72-73. 
Civil and Mining Engineer. d. 1898 

Norman Fox Comstock S R t:'' 

A. B. 1866; C. E. 1867; A. M. 1869. Initiated 
by the Psi 
Civil Engineer. 

Adelbert Cyrus Prentice* 11 C H' 

A. B. 1866. Initiated by the Psi 

Mercliant. 



Daniel Merrick Swan* 



d. 1902 

A. B. 1866; A. M. 1869. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Member Board of 
Education, Leavenworth, Kans., 76-79; Trustee 
Ottawa Univ. 
Lawyer. d. 1886 



Gideon Dudley Tower* 



$Ar 



A. B. 1866. 2d Blatchford Medal, 66. Com- 
mencement Orator. 
Lawyer. d. 1897 

Edward Jansen Westfall* H C t' 

A. B. 1866; M. D. 1871 Columbia. German 
Oration, 66. Principal of the Inst., Flushing, 
N. Y., 66-68. Initiated by the Psi 

d. 1906 



1867 

James Hannah Austin 



QSW 

A. B. 1867; A. M. 1870. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Editor Union College Magasine, 66-67; Declama- 
tion Prize, 65; 2nd Clark Essay Prize, 67; 1st 
Blatchford Medal, 67; Commencement Orator. 
Principal, Paris, III., High School, 67-68; Judge 
8th Judicial Circuit of Kans., 74-84. 
Lawyer. 
(2700 Forest Ave., Kansas City, Mo.) 



Cornelius Faling Brown* 



M S A' 



A. B. 1867; M. D. 1875 Dartmouth Coll. 

Founder of the Omega. 

Physician and Surgeon. d. 1876 



Edward Dennis Ronan 



ARH' 



A. B. 1867; A. M. 1870. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Editor Unonian, 65; Union College Magazine, 
66-67; Ingham Prize, 67; Commencement Ora- 
tor. Principal, Clarence, N. Y. Acad., 67-68; 
Member N. Y. Legislature, 70; Counsel 
Albany Board of Excise Commissioners, 73-76. 
Member County, State and Am. Bar Assns.; 
Soc. of the Army of the Potomac; Grand Army 
of the Republic; Fort Orange and University 
Clubs. 
Lawver. 
22 Willet St., Albany, N. Y. 



14 



THETA CHAPTER 



[1867-71 



Isaac M[iller] Thomas 



Y$K' 



C. E. 1867. Tutor in English, Pa. State Agri- 
cultural Coll., 68-69; Prof, of English and 
jMatheraatics, 69-70. 

People's Bank Bldg.; res. 142 S. Franklin St., 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Archibald La Rue Van Ness X Y H' 

A. B. 1867. Phi Beta Kappa. Judge of Char- 
lotte County, Va. Member New York County 
Lawyers' and Union College Alumni Assns. 
Lawyer. 

220 Broadway; res. Si W. 106th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

A. B. 1867; B. D. 1870 Drew Theol. Sem.; Ph. 

D. 1876 111. Wesleyan Univ. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Editor Union College Magazine, 66-67; Com- 
mencement Orator. Principal Franklin Acad., 
Prattsburgh, N. Y., 67-68; Adjunct Prof, 
of Ancient Languages Drew Theol. Sem., 70- 
74; Centenary Collegiate Inst., Hackettstown, 
N. J., 74-78; Vice-Principal Sem., Pennington, 
N. J., 78-79; Prof, of Latin Language and Liter- 
ature, Dickinson Coll. 79-88; Founder Penn- 
sylvania Alpha of Phi Beta Kappa. 
Clergyman. d. 1901 



Henry Clay Whiting''' 



1868 

John Blunt Bacon* 

C. E. 1868. 
Civil Engineer. 

James C Bell, Jr.* 

C. E. 1868. 
Civil Engineer. 

Gerrit Sager Collier 

A. B. 1868. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Orator. Initiated by the Psi 
Banker. 
(Kinderhook, N. Y.) 

David Montgomery Dunning $ D K' 

C. E. 1868. Philomathean. Pres. Auburn City 
Hosp. ; Sec. and Treas. Cayuga County Histori- 
cal Soc. Member Auburn City and Owasco 
County Clubs. Father of David Montgomery 
Dunning, Theta 02. 
Banker. 

Auburn Savings Bank; 
Auburn, N. Y. 



SRS' 

d. 1891 

HCA' 

d. 1885 

a o o' 

Commencement 



res. 4 Grover St., 



Humphrey Henry Clay Miller* Z b x* 

A. B. 1868; A. M. 1871. Principal High 
School, Channahon, 111., 69-70; Supt. Public 
Schools, Morris, 70-75; Pres. Board of Educa- 
tion and Corporation Counsel, Evanston, 86-88. 
Brother of William James Miller, Phi 82. See 
Phi 68 
Lawyer. d. 1910 



Walter Scott 



Qun' 



A. B. 1868. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 
Orator. Principal Acad., Kinderhook, N. Y., 
66-67; Suffield, Conn., Acad., 89-96; Pastor, 
South New Berlin, 76-80; New York, N. Y., 
80-89; Sec. New England Education League; 
International Education Conference, 96-11; 
Baptist Congress, 88-89. Author "World Edu- 
cation;" "Primer of Democracy." 
Clergyman. 
Providence Farm, Pittsfield, N. H. 



John Edward Sharpe* 



[xXH' 



A. B. 1868; A. M. 1871. Commencement Ora- 
tor. Initiated by the Psi 

Lawyer. d. 1915 

1869 

Seymour Morrill Grace* <l> s 11' 

A. B. 1869. 1st Blatchford Medal, 69; Com- 
mencement Orator. 

Clerk. d. 1900 

Edwin Abijah Kingsley* $ R A*" 

A. B. 1869; LL. B. 1870 Albany Law School. 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

Lawyer. d. 1882 

Arthur Malkin Whitehorne* "^ x K' 



Civil Engineer. 



1870 



d. 1869 
d. 1901 

ODA' 

C. E. 1870. Prof, of Mechanics, Alfred Univ., 
71-73; City Engineer of Moberly, Mo., 85-86. 
Civil Engineer. 
(Santa Clara, Cal.) 



James Garden Baldwin* 

Planter. 

Charles Edward Moore 



Robert Benoni Stiles* 



AsE"" 



A. B. 1870; A. M. 1873; LL. B. 1871 Albany 
Law School. Commencement Orator. Atty. 
for Village of Lansingburg, 81-02. Member of 
Board of Education, 84-02. 
Lawyer. d. 1914 

j;ev 

d. 1903 



Edwin Lord Weeks* 

Artist. 

1871 

David Sands Baker* 



A. B. 1871. 
Lawyer. 



Commencement Orator. 



Ssi' 

d. 1875 

A. B. 1871; LL. B. 1882 Albany Law School. 
Oratorical Prize, 70; Commencement Orator; 
Editor Union College Magazine, 70-72. Mem- 
ber New York Law Inst. ; Assn. of the Bar of 
the City of New York. 
Lawyer. 



Charles Tappan Haviland* 



Nelson Gordon Isbell* 

Hosteler. 

William Henry Lambert* 

A. B. 1871; A. M. 1874. 

Lawyer. d. 1879 

William Henry Matthews, Jr.* A co N'' 



d. 1914 

XnA' 

d. 1882 



A. B. 1871. 
Peace, 72-75. 
Lawyer. 



Phi Beta Kappa. 



Herbert Spafford Wilbur* 



Justice of the 

d. 1874 

0C[X'' 



A. B. 1871. 
Banker. 



Commencement Orator. 



Egbert Dayton Williams" 



Horticulturist. 



d. 1908 

MxA 



1872-75] 



THETA CHAPTER 



15 



1872 

Austin Creswell Boynton* 

Civil Engineer and Clerk. 

William James Hillis 



r (0 a" 

d. 1914 

0$, 

A. B. 1872; A. M. 1875; LL. B. 1873 Albany 
Law School. Second Oratorical Prize, 71; 
Second Blatchford Medal, 72; President's Essay- 
Prize, 72; Commencement Orator. Principal 
Public School, Milton Hill. N. Y.. 73-74. 
Lawyer. 



Charles Henri Leonard 



0SX. 



A. B. 1872; A. M. 1882; M. D. 1874 Univ. of 
Wooster. Philomathean. Commencement Or- 
ator; First Junior Oratorical Prize; Editor 
Union College Magazine. Prof, of Gynsco-ogy, 
Detroit Coll. of Medicine, 80-10; Emeritus 
Prof., 10-17; Member Detroit Public Library 
Commission, 96-01 and Pres. 01; Pres. Wayne 
County Med. Soc. 88-90. Author "Reference 
and Dose Book;" "Pocket Anatomist;" "Man- 
ual of Bandaging;" "The Hair and Its 
Diseases;" "Materia Medica and Therapeu- 
tics;" "Physicians' Account Books." Member 
Am. Med. Assn. and Michigan State Med. Soc. 
Physician and Manufacturer. 
Detroit Coin Wrapper Co., 370 Harper Ave.; 
res. 3087 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit, Mich. 



Isaiah Benjamin Price* 



XSB" 



Elbert Slingerland Roos 

Lawyer. 

(132 E. South St., Kalamazoo. Mich.) 

William Henry Selleck 



X 9 6)" 



Langrave Shults 



vuw. 



A. B. 1872. 
Yonkers, N. 
Farmer. 
(Rio, Wis.) 



1873 



Henry Clay Carpenter 



0f B^ 



Henry Alanson Powell* 



Xkw" 



C. E. 1872; A. M. 1875. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Prof, of Mathematics and Adjunct Prof, of Phy- 
sics, 77-84. Author "Elements of Trigonometry" 
and "Recollections of a Blameless Life: A 
Memoir of Joseph R. Davis." Brother of 
Joseph Price, Theta 75. 
Educator. d. 1884 



X9U, 

1st Oratorical Prize, 69. Private and non- 
commissioned officer. Company D, 138th Inf. 
Regiment, Ind. Vols., 61-65; Member Board 
of Education, Michigan City, Ind. 
Manufacturer. 



Commencement Orator. Teacher, 
Y.. 72-82; Milwaukee, Wis., 82-83. 



Principal Milton (Del.) Acad., 74-75; George- 
town Acad., 75-76; Asst. State Supt. Free 
Schools, 81. 
Educator. 



B. D. 1876 Union Theol. Sem.; LL^B. 1882 
Univ. of the City of New York. Oratorical 
Prize, 71. Instr. Acad.. Monticello. N. Y., 
72-73; Pastor Old Bushwick Church, Brook- 
lyn, 76-83; Lee Avenue Congregational Church, 
83. Brother of Lefferts Morrell Powell, Theta 
83 and Jonathan Rider Powell, Theta 84. 
Clergyman. d. 1910 



John Mbrrell Rider 



N;Ms"»F 



A. B. 1873. Adelphic. Commencement Ora- 
tor. Member Executive Council of Psi Upsilon, 
78-79; Commissioner of Records. Kings Coun- 
ty; Pres. Marine and Field Club. Member 
Montauk and Excelsior Clubs. Brother of 
Francis Vandervoort Rider. Theta 78. 
Lawyer. 

44 Cedar St., New York; res. 53 Eighth Ave., 
Brooklyn. N. Y. 



1874 



Edward Jackson 



AL$ 



C. E. 1874: A. M. 1878; Sc. D. 1914; M. D. 
1878 Univ. of Pa. Emeritus Prof, of Diseases of 
the Eye, Philadelphia Polyclinic and Coll. for 
Graduates in Medicine; Prof, of Ophthalmology, 
Univ. of Colo.; Pres. Am. Acad, of Medicine; 
Am. Ophthalmological Soc; Am. Acad, of 
O-^hthalmology and Oto-Laryngology; Chairman 
Section on Ophthalmology. Am. Med. Assn. 
Author "Essentials of Diseases of the Eye;" 
"Manual of Diseases of the Eye;" "Ophthal- 
mic Year Book" and "Skiascopy." 
Physician. 

318 Majestic Bldg.; res. 2288 S. Milwaukee St., 
Denver. Colo. 



Joseph Edgar Odell 

Nott Prize Scholarship. 
Lawyer. 



Mir 



Lawrence A [lexander] Serviss* X e ^" 

A. B. 1874. 1st Oratorical Prize, 70- Com- 
mencement Orator. 
Lawyer. 



d. 1911 

Principal 

74-75. 
d. 1885 



Fitch James Swinburne* 

A. B. 1874. Commencement Orator. 
Public School, Rouse's Point, N. Y.. 

Lawyer. 

1875 

Samuel Wilmer Abbey $ z X" 

A. B. 1875; LL. B. 1878. Philomathean. Editor 

College Spectator, 73; Union College Magazine, 

74: 1st Oratorical Prize. 74. 

Salesman. 

E. Ira Richards & Co., 43 Nassau St., New 

York. N. Y. 



Silas Watson Ford* 



A^A" 



A. M. 1877 honoris causa. Author "The Life 

of the Silurian Age." Member New York 

Acad, of Science; Victoria Inst, of London; 

Vassar Inst, of Poughkeepsie; Troy Scientific 

Soc. 

Geologist. d. 1898 



Frank Potter Johnson* 



XhP" 



A. B. 1875; M. D. 1881 Albany Med. Coll. 

\'^aledictorian. 

Physician and Surgeon. d. 1882 



John Gulian Lansing* 



XGT 



A. B. 1875; A. M. 1878; D. D. 1885: B. D. 
1877 Theol. Sem. of the Reformed Church. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Clark Essay Prize, 75; Ing- 
ham Essav Prize, 75; Blatchford Oratorical 
Prize, 75; Commencement Orator. Pastor 
Dutch Reformed Church, Mohawk, N. Y.. 77-80; 
West Troy, 80-84; Gardner A. Sage Prof, of Old 



16 



THETA CHAPTER 



[1875-77 



Testament Languages and Exegesis, Theol. 
Sem. of the Reformed Church, and Prof, of 
Arabic, Inst, of Hebrew, 84. Author "An Arabic 
Manual;" "A Study of the Song." Member 
Soc. of Christian Philosophy; Soc. Biblical 
Literature and Exegesis; Victoria Inst, of 
Philosophy; Soc. of Biblical Archaeolo~v; i^gypt 
Exploration Fund. 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1901 

Charles Stuart MacMullan X e 7^ 

Deputy Auditor, Alameda County, Cal. ; Deputy 
Assessor, 81-82; Collector of Taxes, Oakland, 
82-85; Journal Clerk State Senate. 85-86. 
Assessment and Tax Expert. 
1619 Grove St., Oakland. Cal. 

John Henry Mason* Q $ Z 

A. B. 1875. Teacher Public School, 76-78. 
Lawyer. 

Joseph Price* $ b V 

M. D. 1877 Univ. of Pa. Member Philadelphia 
County Med. and Philadelphia Obstetrical Socs. 
Brother of Isaiah Benjamin Price, Theta 72. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1911 

d. 1901 

SsX 

A. B. 1875. Phi Beta Kappa. Warner Prize, 

75; Valedictorian. Instr. in Classics Military 

Inst., Croton, N. Y., 76-77; Principal Ward 

School, West Troy, N. Y., 78-81. Brother of 

Elmer Ellsworth Veeder. Theta 86. 

Lawyer. 

P'.azo, Las Vegas. N. Mex. 



Dewitt Clinton Smith* 



C. E. 1875. 
Farmer. 



John DeWitt Veeder 



Truman Weed 



rvr 



A. B. 1875; A. M. 1878; B. D. 1877 Drew 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa; Philomathean. 
Commencement Orator. Author "Deborah 
Moses or Pen Pictures of Colonial Life in New 
England; Psi Upsilon Songs "Brothers of 
Loved Psi U." and "Re-Union Jubilee." 
Clergyman and Author (retired). 
58 Pillsbury St.. Concord. N. H. 



1876 

Samuel Ward Buck* 

Beta Kappa. 



Szs 



A. B. 1876. Phi Beta Kappa. Commence- 
ment Orator. Principal Acad., LeRaysville, 
Pa., 76-77; Deputy Treas., Bradford County, 
80-88. 
Lawyer. d. 1892 



John Whitefield Doremus 



xDt" 



A. B. 1876. Editor Spectator, 75; Athletic 
Prize, 75; Historical Prize, 75; 2nd Blatchford 
Medal. 76; Clark Essay Prize, 76; 2nd Centen- 
nial Prize; Commencement Orator. Chairman 
of Convention 14th Senatorial Dist., Tex., 82; 
20th Judicial Dist. of Tex., 84; Commissioner 
from Tex. to New Orleans Exposition. 84. 
Lawyer. 
1203 Parker Bldg.. Bryan, Tex. 



Franklin T Hastings 



Baseball. 



6) X S 

City Clerk, 



A. B. 1876. Crew; 

Cohoes. N. Y.. 80-85. 

Insurance and Real Estate. 

Albany Trust Bldg.; res. 318 Hudson Ave., 

Albany. N. Y. 



Thomas Freeman Quinby 



H^Y" 



M. D. 1878 Columbia. Health Commissioner; 
Pres. Board of Education and Hennepin Med. 
Soc; Prof, of Materia Medica and Therapeu- 
tics, Minn. Hosp. Coll.. 81-85. Member Uni- 
versity Club. Brother of Henry Brewer 
Quinby, Kappa 69. 
Physician and Surgeon. 

310 Donaldson Bldg.; res. 2424 Humboldt Aye. 
S.. Minneapolis. Minn. 



James Reagles Truax* 



* 



ApA" 



A. B. 1876; A. M. 1879; B. D. 1878 Drew 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. Oratorical 
Prize, 74; President's Prize, 76; Ingham Prize, 
76; Commencement Orator; Nott Prize Scholar- 
ship, 72-76. Pastor M. E. Church. Fultonville, 
N. Y.. 78-79; Poultney. Vt.. 79-80; Prof, of 
English Language and Literature, Union Coll., 
85; Sec. of the Faculty, 86; Sec. Phi Beta 
Kappa of Union Coll., 86. 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1915 



1877 

William Joyner de Treville, Jr.* 

C. E. 1877. Prof. Mathematical Dept. State 
Agricultural Coll. and Mechanical Inst., 77. 
Educator. d. 1910 



Theron Lewis Hiles 



XnT" 



Manufacturer. 

(4454 N. Lincoln St.. 



Chicago, 111.) 



James Henry La Roche 



KAH" 

A. B. 1877; A. M. 1887; D. D. 1898. Philo- 
mathean. Editor Spectator, 75-76. Prof, of 
Natural Science. Agricultural Coll.. 79-81; 
School Examiner, Orangeburgh, S. C, 79-81. 
Author "From the Wayside;" "Semenes." 
Clergyman (retired). 
Yonge's Island, S. C. 



Dewitt Clinton Moore* 



NsZ" 



A. B. 1877. Editor Spectator and Union Col- 
lege Magazine, 76-77; Prize in Oratory, 76. 
Police Justice, Johnstown, N. Y., 87-88; Atty. 
for Supervisors, Fulton County, 90-10; Atty. 
City of Johnstown, 95; Atty. for State Comp- 
troller, 94-96. Author "Nellis' Street Railroad 
Accident Law;" "Moore on Carriers;" "Moore 
on Interstate Commerce;" "Wood on Limita- 
tions." Member Lotos Club. 
Lawyer and Arthur. d. 1916 



John Cramer Shiland 

M. D. 1878. 

Physician and Surgeon. 

James Ira Taylor* 



re©" 



XtT, 

A. B. 1877; A. M. 1881. Editor College Spec- 
tator, 76. Sec. Kansas State Board of Phar- 



macy.. 85-88. 
43. ' 
Merchant. 



Son of George Ira Taylor, Theta 

d. 1906 



Bartlett Whitlock* 



A. B. 1877. 
Merchant. 



JJL (0 S" 

d. 1900 



1878-81] 



THETA CHAPTER 



17 



1878 

Charles Mortimer Culver Q z Z 

A. B. 1878; A. M. 1881; M. D. 1881 Albany 
Med. Coll. Phi Beta Kappa; Theta Nu Ep- 
silon; Philomathean. Fellowship (resident), 
78-79; 2d Prize Delineative Art. First Vice- 
Pres. Am. Acad. Medicine, 01-02; Alumni Trus- 
tee Union Coll., 88-92; Pres. Albany Presbyter- 
ian Union, 06-07. Author Psi Upsilon Song 
"The Heartfelt Bond." 
Physician. 
36 Eagle St., Albany, N. Y. 

Lyman Sanford Holmes F s S 

A. B. 1878. Editor The Garnet, 77. 

Lawyer. 

Schoharie, N. Y. 

Francis Vandervoort Rider 



Xh x' 



Sec.-Treas. Tournament of Roses Assn.; Tuna 
and Overland Clubs; Treas. Annandale Coun- 
try Club; Pres. Southern Pacific Coast Psi 
Upsilon Club. Member Tuna, Annandale 
Country and Southern Pacific Coast Psi Up- 
silon Clubs. Brother of John Morrell Rider, 
Theta 73. 
Retired. 
225 S. Madison Ave., Pasadena, Cal. 



1879 

Edwards Bicknell Burnap 



XkS" 



Brother of William Leonard Burnap, Omega 86. 

Manufacturer. 

Canajoharie, N. Y. 

Edward Llewellyn Crandall K C K " 

M. D. 1881. 

Physician and Surgeon. 



John McBride 



MsO" 



Brother of [Enoch] Wilber McBride, Beta 82. 

Farmer. 

(Campbell Hall, N. Y.) 



Edward McDonnell 

Farmer. 

(East Liverpool, Ohio.) 

Frank Elisha Mors* 

Merchant. 



XnH 



rha 

d. 1879 



James Lamb Perry © ^ 11" 

A. B. 1879. Declamation Prize, 77; Essay 

Prize, 79. 

Lawyer. 

(9 Broad St., Charleston, S. C.) 

Frank Louis Sevenoak T ^ &' 

A. B. 1879 Princeton and A. M. 1882; M. D. 
1883 Columbia. Clio Hall (Princeton). Base- 
ball. Prof, of English and Logic, Stevens Inst, 
of Tech. Author "Schultze and Sevenoak's 
P. and S. Geometry." Member Princeton 
(New York and Hudson County, N. J.) Clubs. 
Educator 

5th and River Sts. ; res. 939 Washington St., 
Hoboken, N. J. 

Frank Louis Snook 

(See Frank Louis Sevenoak.) 



James Stewart X s H^ 

Manufacturer. 

(105 S. William St., Johnstown, N. Y.) 

1880 
Norman Henry Bull y b P 

Merchant (retired). 

146 E. Russell St., Orangeburg, S. C. 

James Suydam Lawrence 11 v. K" 

Sec. Colo. State Senate, 10th General As- 
sembly; State Representative, 11th General 
Assembly. Member Cripple Creek Club. See 
Chi 80 

Metallurgist and Mining Engineer. 
361 E. Bennett Ave.; res. National Hotel, 
Cripple Creek, Colo. 



William James McNulty* 

C. E. 1880. 
Civil Engineer. 

Benjamin Henry Ripton 



d. 1901 

xie" 

A. B. 1880; A. M. 1886; Ph. D. 1895; LL. D. 

1909; LL. D. 1896 Syracuse. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Prof, of History and Dean of Union Coll.; 

Pres. of New York Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa, 

96-02, 08-09 and 11. Member Am. Historical 

Assn. 

Educator. 

College Hill, Schenectady, N. Y. 

1881 
Frank Chamberlain Avery* "^F s 11 

Editor Concordicnsis, 78-79. Clerk Surro- 
gate's Court, Seneca County, N. Y., 82-83. 
Member Sons of the Am. Revolution and Union 
Soc. of the Civil War. 
Lawyer. d. 1916 



Calvin Edgar Carpenter* 



xkn" 



M. D., 1882 Albany Med. Coll. See Chi 82 
Physician and Farmer. d. 1912 



Henry Rufus Fancher 



HoK, 

A. B. 1881; D. D. 1906. Principal Mexico, 

N. Y., Acad., 82-88; Pastor First Presby- 
terian Church, Union Springs, 91-95; Batavia, 
95-08; Pres. Coll. of Mont., 08-14; Prof. Whit- 
worth Coll., 15-16. 
Educator. 
817 Shannon Ave., Spokane, Wash. 



Horatio Gates Glen 



I PA" 



A. B. 1881; LL. B. 1883 Albany Law School. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. 
Revised Charter of City of Schenectady, 84; 
City Clerk of Schenectady, 85. Member Mo- 
hawk and Mohawk Golf Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

62-63 Parker Bldg.; res. 48 Wendell Ave., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 

William Arthur Swaby Latham 

©s$" 

Mgr. Baseball, Cornell, 79-80; Editor Cor- 

nellian, 80. Supervisor and Justice of the Peace, 

86-88. Member Citizens' Club. See Chi 81 

Merchant. 

102 Avondale PI., Syracuse, N. Y. 



18 



THETA CHAPTER 



[1881-83 



Job Philip Lyon 



AoK, 

A. B. 1881; LL. B. 1885 Albany Law School. 

Adelphic Debating Soc. City Atty. Seattle, 

Wash., 90-92; County Atty. Salt Lake County, 

09-11. Member Commercial Club. 

Lawyer. 

704 Walker Bank BIdg.; res. 5 Caithness Apts., 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 



Samuel Paris McClellan 



Pen 



A. B. 1881; A. M. 1884. Member Troy Club. 

Lawyer. 

402 Cannon PI., Troy; res. Nassau, N. Y. 



1882 

Charles Edward Fay 



MtN" 



A. B. 1882; B. D. 1885 Princeton Theol. Sem. 
Adelphic Literary Soc. Pastor, Mineville, N. 
Y., 85-88. 
Clergyman. 
Morristown, N. Y. 



William Gifford 



e 



Engineer. 

88 Parker Bldg.; res. 303 Lafayette St., Schen- 
ectady, N. Y. 



William James Pollard* 



QcO 



A. B. 1882. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 

Orator. 

Mechanical Engineer. d. 1910 



William Alfred Waddell 



BWE" 



A. B. and C. E. 1882; Ph. D. 1894; D. D. 

1910. Phi Beta Kappa; Adelphic; Gillespie 

Club. Greek Salutatorian. Asst. Sec. Sabbath 

School Work, Presbyterian Church in the 

U. S., 84-85; Registrar of Union Coll., 85-86; 

Held the Power of Atty. of the Presbyterian 

Board of Foreign Missions in Brazil for 25 

years. 

Educator. 

79 Rua Maria Antonia; res. 224 Consolacao, 

Sao Paulo, Brazil. 



Elmer Britton Waller* 



H^A" 



A. B. 1882. Teacher of Mathematics. Union 
Classical Inst., Schenectady, N. Y., 82-84. 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1913 



Arthur Silas Wright 



IIsE" 

A. B. and C. E. 1882; A. M. 1888. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Adelphic. Commencement Ora- 
tor. Junior Prof, of Modern Languages, Union 
Coll., 87-92; Prof, of Modern Languages, Case 
School of Applied Science, 93. Member Mod- 
ern Language Assn. of America; Modern 
Language Assn. of Ohio; Soc. for Promotion 
of Engineering Education; Cleveland Cham- 
ber of Commerce; University Club. 
Educator. 

Case School of Applied Science; res. 1669 E. 
115th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

1883 

William Whaley Bellinger P d S" 

A. B. 1883; A. M. 1889; D. D. 1901; L. H. D. 
1909. Theta Nu Epsilon; Philomathean. Min- 
ister Grace Church, Albany, N. Y., 86; Rector 
Trinity Church, Wethersfield, Conn., 86; Instr. 



in German, Trinity Church School, N. Y., 83- 

84; Vicar St. Agnes' Chapel, Trinity Parish, 

N. Y. Member Union League and University 

Clubs. 

Clergyman. 

121 W. 91st St.; res. 115 W. 91st St., New 

York. N. Y. 



John Ransom Bridge* 



W^M" 



A. B. 1884 Harvard. Business Mgr. Concor- 
dicnsis, and Editor Garnet, 81-82. Mgr. East- 
ern Teachers' Inst. See Alpha 84 
Publisher. d. 1904 



Henry Farr DePuy 



@[iQ 



C. E. 1883; A. B. 1885. Adjunct Prof, of 

Mathematics, Union Coll., 85-86. Trustee Theta 

Chapter, 84-88. 

Civil Engineer (retired). 

440 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. 



William Morris Gilbert 



$ K S" 



A. B. 1883; B. D. 1892 Cambridge Episcopal 

Theol. School. Pres. Fortnightly Club for the 

Study of Anthropology; Rector St. Paul's 

Chvirch. Member Psi Upsilon Club, New York. 

Father of William Morris Gilbert, Jr., Theta 

17. 

Clergyman. 

165 N. Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. 



Leon Ferdinand Harvey* 



X — P 



M. D. 1859 Jefferson Med. Coll.; A. M. 1866 
honoris caiisa, Lafayette Coll. Phys. St. Mary's 
Asylum for Widows, Foundlings and Orphans, 
61; Sec. Buffalo Historical Soc, 80; Vice- 
Pres., Buffalo Med. Library, 85; Pres. Buffalo 
Soc. of Natural Sciences, 85-88; Pres. Psi 
Upsilon Assn. of Buffalo, 85-88. Member Erie 
County Med. Soc. Son of Charles Washington 
Harvey, Theta 37. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1912 



John Warden McCauley 



McN" 



A. B. and C. E. 1883; M. D. 1887 Univ. of 
Pa. Commencement Orator. Member Roches- 
ter Athletic and Oak Hill Country Clubs; 
Am. Med. and Rochester Med. Assns. ; New 
York State Med. Soc. Father of John Warden 
McCauley, Jr., Theta 18, brother of James ^ 
Adelbert McCauley. Theta 85 and William 
Lloyd McCauley, Phi 98. 
Physician. 
223 Alexander St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Lefferts Morrell Powell 9 x S" 

M. D. 1885 Ind. Med. Coll.; Ph. M. 1886 Am. 
Inst. Phrenology. Vice-Pres. Maiden Mutual 
Assn. of N. Y. State. Member Ind. State Med. 
Soc. and National Med. Assn. Brother of 
Henry Alanson Powell, Theta 73 and Jonathan 
Rider Powell, Jr., Theta 84. 
Physician. 
Groton, Mass. 

Albert Moore Westinghouse* 9 m A" 

Student. d. 1883 



Henry Chancellor Wood* 



^ c A" 



A. B. 1883; LL. B. 1886 Columbia Univ. Edi- 
tor in Chief of The Diamond, 81-83. Prin- 
cipal Jefferson Inst., Falls Church, Va., 83-84. 
Lawyer. d. 1914 



1884-86] 



THETA CHAPTER 



19 



1884 



George Franklin Allison 



$cM" 

A. B. and C. E. 1884; Art D. 1909. Philo- 
mathean. Editor Concordiensis. 82; 2d Clark 
Prize, 83; Assoc. Editor The Diamond, 81-84 
and Editor-in-Chief, 84-86. Pres. University 
and Vice-Pres. Young Republican Clubs of 
Brooklyn; Trustee ^Mackenzie Coll., Sao Paulo, 
Brazil: Chairman Finance Committee. Union 
Coll. Graduate Council. Member Sons of 
Revolution ; University and Young Republican 
(Brooklyn) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

115 Broadway, New York; res. 263 Clinton 
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Dow Beekman 



MV" 



A. B. 1884. Theta Nu Epsilon; Adelphic. 
Oratorical Prize, 82; 1st Clark Prize, 83; 
Ingham Prize and 1st Allen Essay Prize. 84; 
Assoc, Editor The Diamond, 81-83 and Editor- 
in-Chief, 83-84; Editor "The Proceedings of the 
Semi-Centennial Convention of the Psi Upsilon 
Fraternity." Dist. Atty., County Judge and 
Surrogate of Schoharie County. 
Lawyer. 
Main St.; res. River St.. Middleburg, N. Y. 

Irving Perry Estcourt V x M" 

Civil Service Commission, 06-09. 

Transportation. 

General Electric Co.; res. 25 Front St., 

Schenectady, N. Y. 

Charles Adams Kitts* A z N" 

A. B. 1884. Editor Garnet, 83. Brother of 
Willard Augustus Kitts. Theta 87. 
Manufacturer. d. 1901 

Jonathan Rider Powell, Jr. X z N" 

Delta Mu. Principal Schools Numbers 10, 14 

and 20, Chatham, N. Y., Author "The Causes 

and Treatment of Deafness." Brother of Henry 

Alanson Powell, Theta JZ and Lefferts Morrell 

Powell, Theta 83. 

Physician. 

Kendall Green, Mass. 



1885 



George Washington Ebaugh F e Q 

»C. E. 1885. Editor Garnet. 84. 
Contractor. 
Pettigrew and Toy Sts., Greenville. S. C. 

\\'allace Turner Foote, Jr.* X g Q 

C. E. 1885. Pres. Coll. Canoe, Bicycle and 
Gun Clubs and Athletic Assn.; 1st Prize 
in Oratory, 84. Brother of Thomas Heermans 
Foote, Theta 86, and George Charles Foote, 
Theta 99. 
Civil Engineer. d. 1910 

James Adelbert McCauley X y A 

Baseball. Member Board of Education. Mem- 
ber Canandaigua and Social Citv Clubs. 
Brother of John Warden McCauley, Theta 83, 
William Lloyd McCaulev, Phi 98 and uncle 
of John Warden McCauley, Jr., Theta 18. 
Manager. 

Canandaigua Elevator, Pleasant and Ontario 
Sts.; res. 148 Main St. N., Canandaigua. N. Y. 



Frank Henderson Moore 



XmA 



Mechanical Engineer 

(Westinghouse Air Brake Co., Farmers' Bank 

Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa.) 



Edward Terrill 



xe$ 



A. B. 1885. 1st Blatchford Medal, 85; Com- 
mencement Orator. Teacher of Mathematics 
and Natural Science, Hempstead, N. Y., Inst., 
86-88. 
Educator. 



Edward Jonathan Wheeler 



ncB 



A. B. 1885 Williams. Chief Chemist U. S. 
Dept. of Agriculture. Brother of Alonzo Wil- 
cox Wheeler, Theta 86. 
Chemist. 
(79 Chapel St., Albany, N. Y.) 

1886 

Francis Henry Edmunds* y f B 

Brother of Charles Carroll Edmunds. Beta Beta 

77. ^ 

Civil Engineer. 



Thomas Heermans Foote 



d. 1902 

XcB 

C. E. 1886. Brother of WallaceTurner Foote, 
Jr., Theta 85 and George Clarke Foote, Theta 
99. 

Engineer (retired). 
1270 S. El Molino Ave., Pasadena, Cal. 



Addison Judkins Gallien 



y1^ 



Brother of Brace Millard Gallien, Xi 82. 
Manufacturers' Agent. 

504 Grand St.. New York. N. Y.; res. 875 
Blvd., Bayonne, N. J. 



Thomas Haslett 

Farmer. 
(Seneca. N. Y.) 

David Barton Kinne 



7gX 



A. B. 1886; LL. B. 1889 Columbia. Theta 

Nu Epsilon; Philomathean. 

Lawyer. 

Attorney General's Ofifice, Albany; res. Hudson 

Falls. N. Y. 

Jesse Montgomery Mosher P w ^ 

A. B. 1886; A. M. and M. D. 1889. Business 
Mgr. Garnet (3); Apothecary N. Y. State 
Lunatic Asylum, Utica, N. Y., 86; Trus- 
tee Albany Orphan Asylum, Albany Acad, 
and Young Men's Library Assn.; Vestryman 
St. Paul's Church ; Advisory Board Albany 
Guild for the Care of the Sick; Attending Phys. 
for Mental Diseases. Albanv Hosn. ; Clinical 
Prof. jNIental Diseases, Albany Med. Coll. 
Author "Electro Diagnosis;" "Syllabus of Men- 
tal Diseases." Member University Club; Am. 
Medico Psychological Assn.; Am. Neurological 
and Am. Hosp. Assns. Brother of Howard 
Townsend Mosher, Theta 90. 
170 Washington Ave.. Albany. N. Y. 

[John] Leslie Russell Pratt* M z "^F 

Broker. d. 1899 

Elmer Ellsworth Veeder 



A. B. 1886. Phi Beta Kappa. Valedictorian; 
Editor Concordiensis, 84-85; Ivy, 86; 1st War- 
ner Prize, 86; Allen Essay Prize. 86. Prof, of 



20 



THETA CHAPTER 



[1886-89 



Mathematics, Union Classical Inst., Schenec- 
tady, N Y., 86-88; Legal Adviser to Governor 
of N. Mex., 17. Brother of John DeWitt 
\'eeder. Theta 75. 
Lawyer. 
Veeder Bldg., Las Vegas, N. Mex. 

Alonzo Wilcox Wheeler* T m ^ 

A B. 1886. Williams Coll. Brother of Edward 
Jonathan Wheeler. Theta 85. d. 1895 



1887 

Charles Francis Bridge 



nbA 

A. B. 1887; LL. B. 1889; A. M. 1895. Theta 
Nu Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi. Editor Concor- 
diensis. 85-86; Editor-in-Chief Garnet. 86. First 
Asst. Corporation Counsel, City of Albany, 02- 
13. Member Fort Orange and Albany Coun- 
try Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
280 State St.. Albany. N. Y. 



John Trumbull Backus Gilmour* 



Pharmacist. 



d. 1896 

Willard Augustus Kitts TdX 

Brother of Charles Adams Kitts, Theta 84. 

Merchant. 

(60 First St.. New York, N. Y.). 

Rowland Frederick Blennerhasset 
Mahany T © Z 

A. B. 1888 Harvard. 

Lawyer. 

(Union and Times Press, Buffalo, N. Y.). 

George Edmund Wentworth y g x 

A. B. 1887 Williams; LL. B. 1889 Colum- 
bia. Theta Nu Epsilon; Skull and Dagger. 
Football. Son of Erastus Wentworth, Xi 37. 
Superintendent. 

Union Stock Yards & Transit Co., Union 
Stock Yards; res. 5542 University Ave., Chicago, 
111. 



Thomas Wallace Wright* 



SOZ 



A. B. 1863 Univ. of Toronto; Ph. B. 1872 Yale 
and C. E. 1882. Phi Beta Kappa. Scholar- 
ship in (i^lassics, 59; Mathematics and Phy- 
sics. 60-62; Gold Medallist in Mathematics 
and Physics, 63. Teacher Mathematics and 
Physics, Gait Collegiate Inst., 63-71; Instr. in 
Civil Engineering. Lehigh Univ., 83-84; Prof, 
of Applied Mathematics, Union Coll., 84-88. 
Author "A Treatise on the Adjustment of Ob- 
servations." 
Educator. d. 1908 



1888 

George Comstock Baker* 



XDT 

LL. B. 1889 Albany Law School; LL. M., 1891 
Cornell Univ. Editor Concordiensis, 86-87. 

d. 1908 



Norman Lawrence Bates 



Xc$ 



A. B. 1888. Theta Nu Epsilon. Mgr. Base- 
ball (4). Member Sons of Am. Revolution and 
New York State Historical Soc. 

100 E. 1st St.; res. 135 E. 3d St.. Oswego. N. Y. 



Hubert Carpenter Mandeville F c A 

A. B. 1888. Editor Concordiensis; Prize in 
Oration, 86. Member of Constitutional Con- 
vention and Republican State Committee. Au- 
thor "Telephone Law." Member Psi Up- 
silon Assn. of Elmira; City, Country and Cen- 
tury, Authors' (London), Railroad and Psi 
Upsilon (New York), Fort Orange (Albany) 
and Corning (N. Y.) Clubs. Father of Wil- 
liam Hubert Mandeville, Theta 15 and Ernest 
Wyckoff Mandeville. Theta 17. 
Lawyer. 

The Robinson Bldg.; res. 509 W. Church St., 
Elmira. N. Y. 

Frederick Barnard Richards F b A 

A. B. 1888. Theta Nu Epsilon. Editor Gar- 
net, 87. Assoc. Editor 10th General Catalogue; 
Member Board of Education, Glens Falls; 
Dir. Glens Falls Hosp. ; Treas. Glens Falls 
Home; Chairman Graduate Council, Union 
Coll.; Incorporator New York State Historical 
Assn.; Trustee and Sec. since 09. Mem- 
ber Soc. Colonial Wars; Soc. War 1812; Ticon- 
deroga Historical Soc; Lake George Assn.; 
Authors' (London) Club. 
Manufacturer. 
Glens Falls, N. Y. 

William Bullock Ten Eyck F b A 

LL. B. 1886 Albany Law School. Theta Nu 
Epsilon. JMember Legislature, Nebr. ; City 
Prosecutor, Omaha. Member City and Com- 
mercial Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

409 Los Angeles St.. Los Angeles: res. 2002 
Pinehurst Rd., Hollywood, Cal. 



Harrv Miller Van Dusen* 



1889 



Mb$ 

d. 1906 



Theodore Thomas Baylor 



NeT 

B. S. 1889; LL. B. 1891 New York Univ. 

Member Bar Assn. See Delta 89 

Lawyer. 

15 William St.; res. Hotel McAlpin, New 

York, N. Y. 



Charles Wesley Culver 



XzT 



A. B. 1889. Theta Nu Epsilon. Track; Capt. 

Football. 

Lawyer. 

52 Broadway; res. 656 St. Nicholas Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 



John Myers Furman 



FsT 



A. B. 1889; A. M. 1892. Principal Putnam 
Acad., Cambridge. N. Y. 89-91; Head Master 
Irving School for Boys, Tarrytown, since 91. 
Member Schoolmasters', Quill, Fortnightly, 
Musicians' and Psi Upsilon (New York) (Tlubs. 
Educator. 
Tarrytown, N. Y. 

Richard Henwood Gillespie M x E 

Philomathean. Chief Engineer Borough of the 
Bronx. Member Psi Upsilon Club; Am. Soc. 
Civil Engineers; Am. Soc. Municipal Im- 
provements; Am. Road Builders' Assn. and 
Municipal Engineers, City of New York. 
Father of Harold Henwood Gillespie, Theta 19. 
Engineer. 

Borough Hall. 177th St. and 3d Ave.; res. 
286 E. 201st St.. New York. N. Y. 



1889-93] 



THETA CHAPTER 



21 



William Tracy Peirson 



ewY 



Banker. 

Arcadia National Bank; res. 15 W. Miller St., 

Newark, N. J. 

Dominicus Stryker Voorhees X v E 

A. B. 1889. 

Lawyer. 

(Harvev T. Andrews, 68 William St., New 

York. N. Y.) 

1890 



George Harris Clute 



ncH 

A. B. 1890: A. M. 1893. Baseball (4); Foot- 
ball (1), (2), (3), (4); (Capt., 3). 
Merchant. 

49 Chamber of Commerce; res. 2453 Garfield 
Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Herbert Crandall DePuy TcZ 

State's Atty. 10 years. 

Lawyer. 

Grafton. N. Dak. 

Frederick Emmet Hawkes X d T 

A. B. 1890. Adelphic Literary Soc. 2d .Junior 
Oratorical Prize; 1st Blatchford Commence- 
ment Oratorical Prize; 2d Allen Commence- 
ment Assay Prize; Trustee and Atty. Village 
of Waverly, N. Y. Member Elmira City and 
Waver'.y View Country Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

316 Broad St.; res. 452 Pennsylvania Ave., 
Waverly. N. Y. 

Howard Townsend Alosher ^ k T 

A. B. 1890. Theta Nu Epsilon. Adelphic 
Literary Soc. 1st Military Prize; Baseball. 
Member University and Athletic Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

50 Trust BldR. ; res. 216 Alexander St., Roches- 
ter. N. Y. 



Albert Benson Van Voast 



SsH 



A. B. 1890; LL. B. 1892 Albany Law School. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Warner Prize; Ingham Es- 
say Prize; Valedictorian; Football. 
Lawyer. 

152 Barrett St.; res. 1370 Union St.. Schenec- 
• tady. N. Y. 

1891 

George IMortimore Barney X d S 

Theta Nu Epsilon. Football (1). Member 

Portland Athletic and Portland Yacht Clubs. 

Insurance. 

415 Congress St.; res. 93 State St., Portland, 

Maine. 

rks 

d. 1901 

XzH 

of the Peace; Treas. 



Tracy Hornet Robertson* 

■ A. B. 1891. 

'^ Packer. 

Louis Edward Roe 

Town Clerk; Justice 

School Board. 

Merchant. 

R. R. No. 4, Laconia. N. H. 



George Ambrose Rogers 

(Wolf's Hotel. Troy. N. Y.) 



TgU 



:* 1892 

William Denison Culver T c 

Civil Engineer. 

(150 Nassau St., New York. N. Y.) 

Charles Whitman Hills X t 8 

C. E. 1892. 

Ray Beckwith Lewis X 1 P 

Contractor. 

108 Mary St., Herkimer. N. Y. 

Percy Clark Meserve F ra 

A. B. 1892. Theta Nu Epsilon. Supt. of 

Schools. 

Educator. 

Waverly, N. Y. 



Gouvemeur Frank Mosher 



XqO 



Theta Nu Epsilon. Military Prize, 89. In 
charge St. Mark's School of the Am. Church, 
Wusih. Author "Institutions Connected with 
the Am. Church Mission." 
Wusih. China. 



Charles William Trumbull 



Km I 



C. E. 1892; A. B. 1893. Sigma Xi. City 
Engineer of Schenectady, N. Y.. 4 yrs.; Divi- 
sion Engineer. N. Y. State Canals. Eastern 
Division, 3 yrs. 
Civil Engineer. 
1 Waverly PI.. Schenectady, N. Y. 

1893 

Henry Domingo Cordovez M c O 

C. E. 1893. 
Engineer. 
(Quito, Equador.) 

Herbert Wright Fox X s I 

A. B. 1893; B. S. 1895 Univ. of Chicago. 
Mining Engineer. 
Colorado Springs. Colo. 



Henry Glen 



TkU 



A. B. 1893; LL. B. 1895. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Member Mohawk Club; Sons of Am. Revolu- 
tion; Holland Soc. 
Librarian. 

.Schenectady Public Library; res. 29 Glenwood 
Blvd., Schenectady, N. Y. 



William Angus Hamilton 



XcH 



Author Psi Upsilon Song "All Hail to Thee, 

Psi Upsilon." See Delta 91 

(33 E. 72d St., New York. N. Y.) 



Henry Seymour Kline 



A. B. 1893. Theta Nu Epsilon. Glee 
County Judge, McHenry County, N. Dak. 
Lawyer and Banker. 
Havre. Mont. 



KkX 

Club. 



Arthur Maurice LeWald 



xgn 



A. B. 1892; LL. B. 1894 Univ. of Mich. Sigma 
Xi. Adelphic Debating Soc. Mechem Prize 
Essay; Honorable Mention (Mich.). 94. Lec- 
turer and 111. Field Sec. World's Purity Federa- 
tion. See Phi 94 
Lawyer. 

10 S. La Salle St.; res. 6045 Harper Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 



22 



THETA CHAPTER 



[1893-96 



Ralph Hough Thatcher 



TzI 



Second Prize Sophomore Oratorical Contest; 

Baseball; Football. 

Manufacturer. 

1600 E. Pleasant St.; res. 450 E. Cassilly St., 

Springfield. Ohio. 

Henry Arthur Van Alstyne F v 11 

C. E. 1893. Sigma Xi. N. Y. State Engineer; 

03-06. 

Civil Engineer. 

475 Fifth Ave.. New York. N. Y. 

Horace Silliman Van Voast M q K 

Mayor of Schenectady, N. Y.. 02-03, 08-09. 
Member Mohawk Club; Sons of Revolution; 
Soc. of Colonial Wars; St. Nicholas and Hol- 
land Socs. (New York); Founders and Patriots 
of America. 
Insurance. 

511 State St.; res. 1401 Union St.. Schenectady. 
N. Y. 



1894 



George Briggs Lynes F q A 

A. B. 1894; A. M. 1897. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Adelphic. Valedictorian. 
Retired. 
Middleburg. N. Y. 

Guy Hiram Miller F x S 

C. E. 1894. 

Contractor. 

214 Paddock St., Watertown, N. Y. 

Fritz Williams Upde Graff X z A 



Theta Nu Epsilon. 
Engineer. 
Elmira, N. Y. 

John Van Schaick, Jr. 



XkZ 

A. B. 1894; D. D. 1910 St. Lawrence Univ. 
Adelphic. Veeder Prize for Extemporaneous 
Oratory; Allen Essay Prize; Special Honors 
in History and Political Science; Track. 
Pres. Assn. for Prevention of Tuberculosis; 
Dir. Associated Charities, Citizens' Relief 
Assn., Summer Outing Committee; Pres. 
Board of Education, D. C. ; Vice-Pres. D. C. 
Red Cross and Monday Evening Club; Repre- 
sentative for Holland, Rockefeller Foundation 
War Relief Commission, 15. Member Cosmos 
Club; Sons of Revolution; Holland Soc. (New 
York). 
Clergyman. 

1417 Massachusetts Ave. N. W.. Washington, 
D. C. 



Nicholas Isaac Veeder* 



Manufacturer. 



d. 1909 



1895 



Gaylord Thompson Ames 



Fbix 

LL. B. 1895. Counsel and Clerk for the vil- 
lage of Rouse's Point, N. Y., 15 years. 
Lawyer. 

Ill Broadway, New York; res. 707 St. John's 
PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Laurance Clark Baker 



YhM 



Theta Nu Epsilon. Diploma for Butterfield 
Lecture Course; Track; Sec. Inter-Collegiate 
Assn. of Amateur Athletes of America, 93. 
Capt. and Asst. Quartermaster U. S. Vols., 
98-01; Postmaster Comstock, N. Y., 95-15; Jus- 
tice of the Peace, Fort Ann, 08 — . Member 
Kingsbury (Hudson Falls) and Masonic (Glens 
Falls) Clubs. 
Real Estate. 

Main St.. Comstock; res. 240 Main St., Hud- 
son Falls. N. Y. 



William Grant Brown 



X3v 



A. B. 1895; LL. B. 1897. Football (Capt.); 

Pres. Musical Assn. and Republican Club. 

Member Psi Upsilon and Republican Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

233 Broadway; res. 2350 Broadway, New York, 

N. Y. 



Lauristone Job Lane 



FDB 



B. S. 1895; M. D. 1899 Univ. of Pa. Med. 

Dir. Samaritan Hosp. Member Sociedade 

Scientifica; Sociedade Medicina; Automovel 

and Country Clubs. See Tau 99. 

Physician. 

45 Rua Sao Bento; res. 204 Rua Consolocao, 

Sao Paulo, Brsizil. 



Orson Culver Richards 



XwN 



Theta Nu Epsilon. Football. Trustee Theta 
Chapter of Psi Upsilon, M. E. Church and 
Free School Dist. No. 1; Village Engineer; 
County Supt. of Highways. Member Kings- 
bury, Psi Upsilon (New York) and Univer- 
sity (Albany) Clubs. 
Civil Engineer. 

County Clerk's Bldg.; res. 257 Main St., Hud- 
son Falls, N. Y. 

Willoughby Lord Sawyer X t [a 

Ph. B. 1895. 

Lawyer. 

Hudson Falls. N. Y. 

Edward Shalders F y N 

B. E. 1895. Theta Nu Epsilon. 

Engineer. 

Companhia, Mogyana de Estradas de Ferro e 

Navegacao; res. Rua Americo Braziliense No. 

78, Ribeirao Preta, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 

William Howard Wright y m M 

B. S. 1895; Sigma Xi. Member Mohawk and 

Mohawk Golf Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Congress St.; res. 701 Union St., Schenectady, 

N. Y. 



1896 



Archibald Steuart Derby 



XzQ 



Ph. B. 1896; LL. B. 1899 Harvard. Theta Nu 
Epsilon; Sigma Xi. Commencement Orator. 
Member Kingsbury, N. Y., Town Board and 
Hudson Falls School Board. Member Sons of 
Am. Revolution; Kingsbury and Glens Falls 
Country Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
232 Main St.. Hudson Falls. N. Y. 



1896-99] 



THETA CHAPTER 



23 



Marvin Herbert Strong 



Ns^ 



A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1899 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kappa. City Judge of Schenectady. Member 
Mohawk, Mohawk Golf and Schenectady Coun- 
ty Republican Clubs; Schenectady County 
Bar Assn. Inc.; Soc. of Colonial Wars. 
Lawyer. 

311 State St.; res. 12 Union St., Schenectady, 
N. Y. 

' Major Allen Twyford X b w 

B. S. 1896. Theta Nu Epsilon; Philomathean. 
Butterfield Lecture Prizes; Capt. Track and 
Cross Country Teams; Fencing Club. Mem- 
ber Psi Upsilon Club. 

Merchant. 

440 Fourth Ave., New York; res. 3 Maple St., 

Bronxville, N. Y. 



Henry Brooks Van Duzer 



Y p a 



Manager. 

(Inman-Poulsen Lumber Co.. Foot of E. Sher- 
man St.; res. 581 Jackson St., Portland, Ore- 
gon). 



1897 

William Deullard Ball 



Xh^ 



Football. 

Manufacturer. 

Carthage Tissue Paper Mills, Carthage, N. Y. 



Benjamin Albert Burtiss 



Xb^ 



Member Mohawk, Mohawk Golf and Schenec- 
tady Boat Clubs. 
Merchant. 

136 Barrett St.; res. 3 Stratford Rd., Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. 

LaMotte Kibbey Devendorf T d B 

Member Albany Drama Soc. Member Albany 

and University Clubs. 

Salesman. 

23 S. Pearl St.; res. 320 Madison Ave., Albany, 

N. Y. 



Henry Augustus Frey 



XcB 

B p. 1897. Honors in French. Member Gar- 
den City and Cherry Valley (N. Y.) Clubs. 
Real Estate. 

189 Montague St., Brooklyn; res. 91 5th St., 
Garden City, N. Y. 



Herman Herring 



BCA 



B. E. 1897. 

Manager. 

Borden's Condensed Milk Co., Chemung, 111. 



Clarence Valentine Kirby 



rfB 



Dir. of Art Education. Pittsburgh. Member 

Pittsburgh Athletic Assn. and Associated 

Artists. 

Educator. 

725 Fulton Bldg.; res. 919 Heth's Ave., E. E., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

XeW 



Gifford Morgan 

(Brockport, N. Y.) 

1898 

Milate Ralph Baker* 



Xbr 

d. 1895 



Harry Westbrook De Graff Fey 

Deputy State Engineer, N. Y., 09-10. Mem- 
ber Am. Sbc. Civil Engineers; Elks and Antlers 
Country Clubs. 
Engineer and Contractor. 

20 Market St.; res. 9 Grant Ave., Amsterdam, 
N. Y. 



Franklin Potter Jackson 



XeT 



Corporal 2nd N. Y. Inf., 98; 2nd Lieut. 42nd 
U. S. Vols., Philippine Campaign, 99-00; Com- 
missioned Officer U. S. A. since 01. Member 
Army and Navy (New York), Mohawk (Schen- 
ectady) and Pacific (Honolulu) Clubs. Son of 
Samuel Winslow Jackson, Theta 42, nephew 
of Alonzo Clinton Jackson, Theta 42, Allan 
Hyre and John Keyes Jackson, Theta 53. 
Officer of the Army. 

Care Adjutant General of the Army, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Walter Halsey Benedict Lyon M k A 

Manager. 
(Plattsburg, N. Y.) 

Willis Edgar Merriman 

Ph. B. 1898; M. D. 1902. Oration, 98; Essay, 

02. Member Am. Medico-Psychological Assn., 

Med. Acad., and University Club. 

Physician. 

Hudson River State Hospital, Poughkeepsie, 

N. Y. 



XsY 



Frank Wetmore Smith 



Tex 



Surveyor and Landscape Engineer. 

75 Main St.; res. Cliff Rd., Saranac Lake, N. Y. 

Samuel Gilbert Hatheway Turner 

XhX 

A. B. 1898. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Lawyer and Banker. 

150 Lake St.; res. 656 Euclid Ave., Elmira, 

N. Y. 



Charles Jacob Vrooman 



XhX 



A. B. 1898. Public School Supervisor. Mem- 
ber Psi Upsilon (New York) Club. 
Educator. 
East Orange, N. J. 



1899 



William Edward Brown 



TbA 



Member Mohawk, Mohawk Golf and Psi Up- 
silon (New York) Clubs. 
Sales Manager. 
General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. 



George Clark Foote 



yhS 



B. E. 1899. Member Psi Upsilon (New York), 

University and Engineers' Clubs. Brother of 

Wallace Turner Foote, Jr., Theta 85 and 

Thomas Heermans Foote, Theta 86. 

Executor. 

Port Henry, N. Y. 



George Sherwood Haggart 



Yv5 



Manager. 

Elite Glove Co., 200 Fifth Ave., New York; 

res. Hollywood Ave., Douglaston, N. Y. 



24 



THETA CHAPTER 



J 1899-1902 



Stephen Clark Medbery, Jr. X h $ 

B. E. 1899. Track. Member Psi Upsilon 

Club. Brother of Neil Gilmour Medbery, Theta 

01. 

Engineer. 

New York Telephone Co., 15 Dey St.; res. 94 

W. 162d St., New York, N. Y. 



Morton Moore Price 



Xq$ 



B. E. 1899. Capt. Track (3), (4). Member 
Franklin Inst., and Germantown Cricket Club. 
Sales Agent. 

The Babcock & Wilcox Co., 1010 North Ameri- 
can Bldg.; res. 5022 Schuyler St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 



John Everett Sawyer 



TsA 



A. B. 1899. Member Psi Upsilon (New York), 
Mohawk (Schenectady), Kingsbury (Hudson 
Falls) and Glens Falls Country Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

171 Main St.; res. 2 Cherry St., Hudson 
Falls, N. Y. 

John Lyman Sherwood X p $ 

B. S. 1899. Member Crescent Athletic, Psi 
Upsilon (New York), and Madison Country 
Clubs. Brother of David Winne Sherwood, 
Theta 20. 

Real Estate. 

Bond and Mortgage Guarantee Co., 175 Remsen 

St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; res. Madison, N. J. 



Edward Winslow Strong- 



A. B. 1899. Phi Beta Kappa. Honors in Greek 
and Latin; Valedictorian; 2d Blatchford Prize; 
Warner Prize; Alumni Representative Inter- 
collegiate Athletic Assn.; Garnet Board. Mem- 
ber Mohawk (Schenectady, N. Y.) Club and 
Technical Publicity Assn. 
Advertising Manager. 

Vanadium Bldg.; res. 2224 Shady Ave., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 



Elbert Ware Sylvester 



Hbr 



Tennis and Boxing Clubs; Football; Capt. 
Track. City Engineer, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
13-17. Member Dutchess, Poughkeepsie, Auto- 
mobile and University (Albany) Clubs. 
Civil Engineer. 

228 Main St.; res. 75 Montgomery St., Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y. 



Frank Thomas Wright 



TgA' 



Ph. D. 1899. Adelphic Literary Soc. 

Manager. 

U. S. Cast Iron Pipe & Foundry Co.; res. 450 

High St., Burlington, N. J. 



1900 



Harold Stilwell Kirby 



rtx 



Member Waverly Boat Club. See Tau 00 
Real Estate. 

690 Sixth Ave., New York; res. 500 Van Cort- 
landt Park Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 

William Dewey Loticks T s F 

A. B. 1900. 

Lawyer. 

120 Broadway; res. Hotel Plaza, New York, 

N. Y. 



Charles Harvey MacCtilloch ADZ 

B. E. 1900. Stage Appointment (4); Mgr. 

Football. Resident Engineer in charge of 

Barge Canal. ~" 

Engineer. 

Lyon Block; res. 186 W. Lawrence St., AlbanJ 

N. Y. 



Wagner Van Vlack 



Xh 



Ph. B. 1900. Member Psi Upsilon Club. 
Real Estate. 
30 E. 42d St., New York; res. Lawrence Pari 
Bronxville, N. Y. 



1901 



Clayton J Heermance 



rh 



Member Psi Upsilon, New York Athletic, N^ 

tional Democratic and Machinery Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

2 Rector St. ; res. 400 Riverside Drive, Ncs 

York, N. Y. 



Wilfred Day Hodgson 



Xs 



]\Iember Glens Falls Country Club. 

Agent. 

Adirondack Electric Power Corporation, 7^A 

Ridge St.; res. 37 Maple St., Glens Falls, N. " 



Neil Gilmour Medbery 



Xp 



Brother of Stephen Clark Medbery, Jr., Thet 

99. 

Superintendent of Construction. 

Ballston Spa, N. Y. 



Porter Lee Merriman 



Xs 



Ph. B. 1901; LL. B. 1903. Editor-in-Chi^ 
Concordiensis.. 2d Deputy State Commissione 
of Excise, 11; Asst. Corporation Counsel, Cit 
of Albany, 14. Author "Annotated Liquor Ta 
Law of the State of New York." 
Lawyer. 

13 N. Pearl St.; res. 61 S. Allen St., Albanj 
N. Y. 



William Francis Sheehan 



Xg^ 



Member Psi Upsilon Club and LTnion Col| 

Alumni Assn. (New York) and Rensselae 

County (N. Y.) Soc. 

Real Estate. 

Stratfield Bldg., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Le Roy Jefferson Weed ^ Q H j 

Ph. B. 1901. Football; Capt. Track. MembeJ 

Psi Upsilon and City (New York), Cherry Vaff 

ley (N. Y.) Golf, and Garden City Clubd^ 

Brother of De Forest Williams Weed, Theta 03" 

Publisher. 

70 Fifth Ave.. New York; res. Brompton Rdj 

Garden City, N. Y. 

1902 



Herbert Cass Bothwell 



xbr] 

B. S. 1902. Governor Psi Upsilon Club of thf 

City of New York. Member Psi Upsilon (NeV 

York) and Hamilton (Brooklyn) Clubs an(| 

Union Coll. Alumni Assn. 

Real Estate. 

175 Remsen St.. Brooklyn; res. 616 W. 116t; 

St., New York, N. Y. 



1902-06] 



THETA CHAPTER 



25 



David Montgomery Dunning, Jr. 

rfE' 

Football; Track. Member Psi Upsilon (New 
York) and Owasco Country Clubs. Son of 
David MontRoniery Dunning, Theta 68. 
Civil Engineer. 

96 Genesee St.; res. 29 Grover St.. Auburn, 
N. Y. 



Sherman De Witt Enoch 



Mkr 



Member Buffalo Ad, Masonic, Park Golf and 

Tennis Clubs. 

Civil Engineer. 

City Hall; res. 354 Franklin St., Buffalo, N. Y. 



Donald Carlton Hawkes 



xkr 



A. B. 1902. Member Elmira Country Club. 

Lawyer. 

411 Robinson Bldg.; res. 414 Euclid Ave., 

Elmira. N. Y. 



John Tuttle Jackson 



TmE' 



Phi Delta Phi. Member Mohawk Club. 

Lawyer. 

27 Washington Ave., Schenectady. N. Y. 



Frank Lawrence Stiles 



THE' 



Ph. B. 1902; LL. B. 1904. Mgr. Track. 

Member Psi Upsilon (New York) Club. 

Lawyer. 

375 Fulton St., Jamaica; res. 211 S. Parsons 

.\ve.. Flushing, N. Y. 

Charles Shoemaker Yawger X s Y' 

LL. B. 1902 Cornell. Phi Delta Phi (Cornell). 

Member Psi Upsilon Club. See Chi 02 

Lawyer. 

Ill Broadway, New York. N. Y^; res. 55 Hill- 

yer St.. Orange. N. J. 



1903 



Curtis Daniel Bunting 



rf? 



C. E. 1905 Princeton. Baseball. 

Engineer. 

Grand Rapids and Indiana Railway Co.; res. 

11 Rochester PL. Grand Rapids, Mich. 



Eustace Hulsapple 



XT-f 



Engineer. 

(548 E. John St., Little Falls, N. Y.) 



George Walker Cameron Mackenzie 

ykr 

Press and Tennis Clubs. Member Psi Up- 
silon Assn. of Elmira; Century. Elmira Press 
and Quad (Jamestown) Clubs. 
Journalist. 

Elmira Advertiser; res. 380 W. Gray St.. El- 
mira, N. Y. 



De Forest Williams Weed 



XmT 



Member Psi Upsilon (New York) Club. Brother 
of Le Roy Jefferson Weed, Theta 01. 
Engineer. 

General Electric Co., Schenectady; res. Brook- 
side, Ballston Spa. N. Y. 



1904 



Charles George Brand 



XkS' 



Member Country. Century and City (Corning) 

Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Goff, Way & Brand Co., 50 Sly St.; res. 405 

Maple Ave., Elmira. N. Y. 



Walter George Craig 



r m Y)' 



Member University Club. County Asst. Engi- 
neer, Dept. of Highways. State of N. Y. 
Engineer. 

2 Grand St.; res. 79 Robertson Ave., White 
Plains, N. Y. 

Samuel Randall Davenport T <1 H' 

Superintendent. 

(544 Morris St.. Albany, N. Y.) 



Charles Edwin Heath 



xtr 



Ins. Dept. State of N. Y. 

Examiner. 

165 Broadway; res. 245 Fort Washington Ave., 

New York. N. Y. 

Elbert Verity Mullenneaux X c a' 

B. S. 1904. Adelphic Literary Soc. Leader 
Glee Club, 04; Capt. Debating Team, 04; Capt. 
Adelphic Soc. Debating Team, 04. Pres. Al- 
bany County Bible Assn.; Supt. Trinity M. E. 
Sunday School; Sec. Wolfert's Roost Country 
Club. Member University, Aurania. Wolfert's 
Roost Country and Pafraets Dael (Troy) Clubs. 
Insurance. 
9i State St.; res. 299 Quail St.. Albany. N. Y. 



George Vaughn Sherrill 



YpS^ 



B. E. 1904. Tiger's Eye. Football (2); Base- 
ball (3); Basketball (1), (2). Member Glens 
Falls (N. Y.) Club. 
Civil Engineer. 
2019 Penrose Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Rowland Stebbins 

Initiated by the Lambda 



Charles Gowdy Stiles 



rbH' 



Ph. B. 1904; D. D. S. 1908 Univ. of Pa. Adel- 
phic; Delta Sigma Delta and Darby Dental Soc. 
(Univ. of Pa.). Pres. Richmond County 
Dental Soc. 16; Dental Surg. Sailors' Snug 
Harbor Hosp., 10-15 and Home for Seamen's 
Children, 14. Member Psi Upsilon (New 
York) and Livingstone Tennis and Cricket 
Clubs. 
Dentist. 

1593 Richmond Terrace; res. 443 Bard Ave., 
West New Brighton, N. Y. 



1905 

William Theodore Walker T q T 

(349 Crescent St., Harrisburg, Pa.) 

1906 

Le Vanway Ransom Barnes F b K* 

Engineer and Contractor. 

315 Powers Bldg., Rochester; res. Clyde, N. Y. 



26 



THETA CHAPTER 



[1906-0! 



Charles Barton Brodrick 



vyK 



See Phi 06 

Manufacturer. 

(Strubler Computing Scale Co.. E. Sycamore 

St.; res. 328 W. High St., Elkhart, Ind.) 

Arnold Goodwin Chapman X v O' 

B. E. 1906. Sigma Xi; Adelphic Soc; Terrace 
Council. Deputy State Engineer and Sur- 
veyor, State of N. Y. Member Psi Upsilon 
(New York), University (Albany), Albany 
Country and Wolfert's Roost Country Clubs; 
Soc. of Engineers of Eastern N. Y. and Am. 
Soc. of Civil Engineers. 
Consulting Engineer. 

100 State St.; res. 154 Chestnut St.. Albany, 
N. Y. 



Philip Luke Classen 



TKO' 



A. B. 1906; LL. B. 1908. Tiger's Eye. 1st 
Prize Junior Oratoricals. OS. Member Uni- 
versity, Albany and Helderberg Golf Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

13 N. Pearl St.; res. 315 Hamilton St., Albany, 
N. Y. 



George Rodger Cozzens 



5((oO' 



Basket Ball. Treas. Legislative Correspond- 
ents' Assn. of Albany for 4 years. 
Journalist. 
S3 State St.; res. 288 Morton Ave., Albany, 

N. Y. 

George Chapman Newbury I r A' 

B. E. 1906. Member Psi Upsilon (New York) 

Club. 

Manufacturer. 

Goshen. N. Y. 



El Roy Shibley Reeder 



XsK' 



Track; Football. Chief Engineer, Glen Ridge 

Fire Dept. Member Glen Ridge Golf Club. 

Builder. 

24 Washington PL. Glen Ridge. N. J. 

Le Ray Thompson Reeder T <; O' 

Trustee Bloomfield Tennis Club. Member 

Bloomfield Tennis Club. 

Clerk. 

Public Service Corporation of N. J., Bloomfield 

Ave., Montclair; res. 31 Ely PI.. East Orange, 

N.J. 

George Girard Schieffelin X h K' 

LL. B. 1906. Member Mohawk Golf Club. See 

Chi 06 

Lawyer. 

269 State St.; res. 858 Union St.. Schenectady. 

N. Y. 

1907 



Arthur Farrington Blinn 



Y m A" 

B. E. 1907. 

Experimental Engineer. 

General Electric Co.; res. 168 Brandywine 

Ave.. Schenectady, N. Y. 

Howard Huntingdon Bold X P ^' 

See Phi 10 

(West Troy. N. Y.) 



Hervey Edwin Butcher 



TdA 



B. E. 1907. T. T. K.; Hollander; Republican 
Press, and Civil Engineers Clubs; Tenni 
Assn.; Asst. Business Mgr. Garnet, 07. Sec. N 
Y. State Excise Dept., 08-11. Member Engi 
neers' Club (Philadelphia). 
Sales Engineer. 

Corrugated Bar Co., Mutual Life Bldg., Buffalo 
N. Y.; res. 232 Dudley Ave., Narberth, Pa. 



Edmund Francis Heard 



X 



B. S. 1908 Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Assistant Superintendent. 

Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co. 

res. 84 32d St.. Newport News, Va. 

Glenn Ellison Richardson T y A" 

William Stuart Speir 7 c |' 

Member Psi Upsilon Club. 

Salesman. 

Hammacher, Schlemmer & Co., 127 Fourth Ave., 

New York, N. Y.; res. 38 Park St., Bloomfield, 

N.J. 



1908 



John Lewis Bacon, Jr. 



TcM^ 



Track; Asst. Mgr. Football. Member Psi Up- 
silon and Englewood (N. J.) Tennis Clubs. 
Salesman. 

Monroe Calculating Machine Co., 233 Broad- 
way; res. 478 W. ISSth St.. New York. N. Y. 

Albert Moseley Bowman y ^^ N' 

Musical Club. Capt. Football. Member River- 
side Club. 
Manufacturer. 

Joseph Bowman & Son, 553 Federal St.; res. 
884 River St.. Troy, N. Y. 



Byron Alonzo Collins 



XNi;.' 



Pi Phi Club. Concordiensis Board. 1st Prize 

Sophomore Oratorical Contest. 

Advertising. 

Cleveland Plain Dealer, Superior Ave. and 

E. 6th St.; res. 74 Wadena St., Cleveland, Ohio. 



George Gifford 



X?N' 



Member Mohawk Golf Club. 
Banker. 

216 State St.; res. 303 Lafayette St., Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. 

Milton Kipp Huppuch T u M' 

(236 Main St., Hudson Falls. N. Y.) 



Arthur Lewis La Roche 



YUtx 



B. E. 1908. Baseball Mgr. 

Engineer. 

Municipal Bldg.; res. 99 Main St., Binghamton, 

N. Y. 

Raymond [Osborne] Shelley X p N* 

B. E. 1908. Member University (Albany, N. 

Y.) Club. 

Agent. 

Standard Oil Co. of New York; res. Tjandi, 

Samarang, Java, Dutch East Indies. 



1908-12] 

Franklin Rand Stevens 



THETA CHAPTER 



27 



B. E. 1908. Sigma Xi, 

pointment. 

Civil Engineer. 

82 Crescent St., Rutland, Vt. 



Marvin Richardson Vincent* 



Wilson Davis Yates 



XyM' 

Commencement Ap- 



rbA' 

d. 1907 

XhM^ 



Football (1). 
Advertising. 
General Electric Co. 
Schenectady, N. Y. 



res. 119 Parkwood Blvd.; 



1909 

Stanley Corbett Bayless T c oi' 

Manufacturer. 

Bayless Mfg. Corporation, Austin, Pa. 

William Waldo Brown X ? A' 

B. E. in C. E. 1909. Theatricals; Football; 

Basket Ball (Capt. 09) ; Tennis. 

Civil Engineer. 

43 Triangle Bldg., Rochester; res. Fort Plain, 

N. Y. 



Adelbert Garry Clark 



XvQ' 



B. S. 1909. Mgr. Basket Ball, 09. 
Purchasing Agent. 

Shepard Electric Crane & Hoist Co.; res. Main 
and Genesee Sts., Montour Falls, N. Y. 



Frank Melville Gallagher 



rpB 



Assistant City Electrician. 

(City Hall; res. 2122 Oregon Ave., Butte, 

Mont.) 

Henry Edward Lewis ^ X'^' 

B. E. 1909. Member Terrace Council. 

Merchant. 

41 Malta Ave.; res. E. High St., Ballston Spa., 

N. Y. 



Harry Alonzo Schaupp 

B. E. 1909. Member University 

Club. 

Engineer and Contractor. 

Albany; res. Guilderland, N. Y. 

Frank Middagh Stewart 



(Albany) 



X w a 

Engineer. 

U. S. Engineers' Office, War Dept., Fort Mc- 
Arthur, San Pedro; res. 2015 Canyon Drive, 
Los Angeles, Cal. 



1910 



Perley Henry Buck 
Pi Phi. 

Merchant. 
160 Barrett St 
ectady, N. Y. 



YcP' 



res. 27 Glenvvood Blvd., Schen- 

Albert Edward Carmichael X ^ ^^ 

B. S. 1910;_LL. B. 1912. Adelphic. Special 
Honors in History; Spier Memorial Scholar- 
ship; Tennis, 09-12. Supervisor City of Schen- 



ectady, 16-1?. Member Mohawk Golf and Re- 
publican Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

311 State St.; res. 201 Union St., Schenectady, 
N. Y. 



William Ferguson 



XniB' 

B. S. 1910. Terrace Council; Glee Club; Sec. 

Athletic Board. 

Office Manager. 

Oneida Community, Ltd., 1201 Commonwealth 

Bldg., Philadelphia; res. 219 Dudley Ave., Nar- 

berth. Pa. 



rb^i^" 



Xy^' 



Harry MacConiiell Leon 

Basket Ball; Glee Club. Civil Engineer, Public 

Service Commission. 

Engineer 

54 Maiden Lane, New York; res. 953 Elmore 

PI., Brookljm, N. Y. 

Carson Edwards Smith 

B. E. 1910. Member Psi Upsilon Club. 

Civil Engineer. 

413 Caroline St., Herkimer, N. Y. 

1911 

Harold Wallace Baker V s X' 

B. E. 1911. Sigma Xi; Terrace Council; 

Triangle. Athletic Board; Football Mgr., 11. 

Member Am. Soc. Civil Engineers. 

Civil Engineer. 

141 Main St., Oneida, N. Y. 

Thomas James Berry X h F 

Football. Member Psi Upsilon Assn. 

Merchant. 

102 W. Water St.; res. 207 Elm St., Elmira, 

N. Y. 

Garrett Marcellus Clowe X m y 

M. D. 1913 Albany Med. Coll. Nu Sigma Nu. 
Attending Phys. Children's Dispensary and Chil- 
dren's Home. 
Physician. 
1371 Union St., Schenectady, N. Y. 

[Asher] Gaylord Riggs y b X' 

Member Psi Upsilon 



C. E. 1912 Princeton. 

Alumni Assn. 

Law Clerk. 

313 Realty Bldg.; res. 

Elmira, N. Y. 



413 W. Water St., 



rp/ 



Howard Reed Winkemeier 

Salesman. 

605 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, N. 

1912 



William Wallis Coykendall B n A' 

B. S. 1912. Glee Club; Football; Tennis. 

Salesman. 

The R. T. Jones Lumber Co., North Tonawanda; 

res. 412 W. Gray St., Elmira, N. Y. 

Frank Dudley P a <J^ 

Member University, Waverly Golf and Mult- 
nomah Amateur Athletic Clubs. 
Sales Manager. 

834 Northwestern Bank Building, Portland, 
Oregon. 



28 



THETA CHAPTER 



[1912- 



Charles Louis Hequembourg ^ m $' 

B. S. 1912. Terrace Council. Editor-in-Chief 
Garnet, 12; Basket Ball. 
Insurance. 

437 State St.; res. 41 N. Wendell Ave., Schen- 
ectady, N. Y. 

Edwin John Mapes ^ e $' 

Manufacturer. 

704 Eagle Ave.; res. 2205 Grand View Ave., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



James Edwin Riley 



Bs*"^ 

B. S. 1912. Terrace Council; Triangle and 

Glee Clubs. Track (1), (2), (3); Football 

(-3), (3), (4). 

Manufacturer. 

Morrow Mfg. Co.; res. 250 W. Chemung PL, 

Elmira, N. Y. 



1913 



Samuel John Cook 



B m y' 



^Member Kenilworth Club. 

Manufacturer. 

Stanley Works, New Britain; res. 242 N. Main 

St., Soutliington, Conn. 



David Roy Finley 

A. B. 1913. 

Educator. 

Elmer Ave. School; res. 

Schenectady, N. Y. 

Edwin Philips Grafft 

Waverly, N. Y. 



Charles Fred Masterson 



Yhu' 



164 McClellan St., 



TtE' 
PpE'' 



B. E. 1913. Honor Court. 

Engineer. 

New York Telephone Co., 15 Dey St., New 

York, N. Y.; res. 541 N. Grove St., East Orange, 

N. J. 



Philip Noyes Riedinger 



iFsT' 



B. E. 1913. Dramatic, Press, Triangle and 
Publication Clubs. Pres. Dramatic Club; Pres. 
and Vice-Pres. Press Club; Hockey and Foot- 
ball. 

Sales Manager. 

304 Lafayette Bldg. ; res. 203 N. 34th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Douglass Dismore Riley B g u' 

Clerk. 

Shepard Electric Crane & Hoist Co., Montour 

Falls, N. Y. 

Alexander Mills Stewart (]; b e*" 

Merchant. 

The Liverpool Produce Co., Liverpool, N. Y. 

Arthur Hanson Van Deusen ^ n s*" 

Salesman. 

511 State St.; res. 218 Union St., Schenectady, 

N. Y. 



Carl William Veeder 



PzE' 



Merchant. 

621 Mott St.; res. 14 Waverly PI., Schenectady, 

N. Y. 



1914 



Everett La Mott Baker 



PbZ^ 

Clerk. j 

General Electric Co.; res. 20 Cleveland AveJ 
Schenectady, N. Y. 



Douglass Brown 

(Freeport, N. Y.) 

Louis Chester Case 



xrT 



rdZ' 



B. E. 1914. Glee Club; Track (Mgr.) 

Engineer. 

Portland Cement Assn., 101 Park Ave., Nam 

York; res. Guilderland, N. Y. 



Riley Hamilton Coons 



XcTi 



Merchant. 

108 Clinton St., Schenectady; res. Ballstoi 

Lake, N. Y. 



Harrison Gunning 



rfv 

B. E. in Sanitary Engineering 1914. Glee 
Club; Quartette and College Band; Pres. Band 
(4). Engineer U. S. Army, Corozal, Canal 
Zone. Member Tivoli Club, (Ancon, Canal 
Zone). Brother of William Carroll Gunning, 
Theta 16. 
Engineer. 
100 Orange St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Charles Albion Kenworthy X h T^ 

B. S. 1914. Football; Basket Ball. 

Merchant. 

Blood Bldg.; res. 25 Kimball St., Amsterdam, 

N. Y. 



Harrv Froass Naumann 



riz' 



C. E. 1914. Capt. Baseball. 

Inspection Engineer. 

Underwriters' Bureau of Middle & .Southern 

States, 1 Liberty St., New York, N. Y. 



Dalton Vane Sarvey 



VhV 



B. S. 1914. Terrace Council; Triangle Soc. 

Football (1), (2), (3), (4); Capt. (3). Sec. 

Metropolitan Dist. Committee, Detroit Board 

of Commerce. 

Secretary. 

Detroit Board of Commerce, Lafayette and: 

Wayne Sts. ; res. 306 Cadillac Ave., Detroit, ■ 

Mich. 

Stephen Bond Story X g t'' 

B. E. 1914. Terrace Council. Football (2), 

(3), (4). 

Engineer. 

261 Broadway, New York; res. 173 Porterfield 

PL, Freeport, N. Y. 

Raymond Van Santvoord F m Z'' 

A. B. 1914. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Merchant. 

Head of Factory St.; res. 266 Remsen St., 
Cohoes, N. Y. 

1915 

Walter Cummings Baker ^ m S'' 

B. S. 1915. Senior Triangle; English and 
Dramatic Clubs. Sec. Athletic Board; Ath- 
letic Editor Concordiensis. 

Real Estate. 

Title Guarantee & Trust Co., 175 Remsen St.; 

res. 20 Sidney PL, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



191S-18J 



THETA CHAPTER 



29 



A.lbert Ralph Boomhower W p W 

Student. 

11 Stetson Ave.. Plattsburg. N. Y. 

Prescott Coyle Cleveland B b S' 

p.. S. 191S. English Club. Basket Ball and 

Football. 

Educator. 

Irving School. Tarrytown; res. 27 Clinton PL, 

Jamaica. N. Y. 



Edward Peck Culver 



Mf€)' 



B. E. 1915. SiKma Xi; Black Cat; English 

Club. Commencement Orator. Member Psi 

Upsilon Club (New York). 

Engineer. 

30 River St., Hudson Falls. N. Y. 

filliam Cramer McMichael M S' 

Clerk. 

General Electric Co., Schenectady; res. Mo- 
hawk Ave., Scotia, N. Y. 

William Hubert Mandeville ^ r H' 

B. E. 1915. Member Psi Upsilon Club (New 
York). Son of Hubert Carpenter Mandeville, 
Theta 88 and brother of Ernest Wyckoff Man- 
deville, Theta 17. 
Student. 
509 W. Church St., Elmira. N. Y. 

Stanley Maynard Smith ^' c H' 

B. S. 1915. Baseball (1), (2), (3), Football 

(3); Glee Club; Band. 

Salesman. 

Spencer Trask & Co., P. O. Box 209; res. 413 

Caroline St.. Herkimer, N. Y. 

Howard Lee Woods 

B. E. 1915. Terrace Council. Baseball (2), 

(3). (4); Capt. (4); Basket Ball (2), (3), (4). 

Educator. 

Irving School, Tarrytown; res. 18 East Ave., 

Albion. N. Y. 



BqS'^ 



1916 



Romeyn Treadwell Allen % X K"" 

Ph. B. 1916. Glee Club; College Band (2), 

(3); Track (2), (3). 

Student. 

24 State St.. Schenectady, N. Y. 



Harry Clifford Dikeman 



TiS' 



B. E. 1916. Mandolin Club (1), (2), (3), (4). 

Junior Promenade Committee. 

Engineer. 

New York Telephone Co., IS Dey St.. New 

York; res. 81 S. Bergen PI.. Freeport, N. Y. 



Lee Chase Fletcher 



leH' 



A. B. 1916. Phi Beta Kappa; Y. M. C. A. Cabi- 
net; Classical and Black Cat Clubs. Com- 
mencement Stage Orator. 
Snedekerville, Pa. 



William Carroll Gunning 



TrF 



Phi Beta Kappa. Cross Country 
Member Psi Upsilon Club (New 



A. B. 1916 

and Track. 

York). 

Student. 

120 Bay View Ave.. Freeport, N. Y. 



John Cooper Wiley 



Xs6' 



Third Sec. Am. Embassy. Paris, France. 

Diplomatist. 

Department of State, Washington. D. C. 

Benjamin Joshua Williams y. s p' 



1917 



Clarence Jerome Bull 



Y. M. C. A.; Black Cat and 

Member Athletic Board. 

Student. 

19 Melbourne Ave., Mamaroneck, N. Y 



Radio Clubs. 



Floyd Field Eldred 



TSTI' 

Republican Club. Inter-fraternity Council 

(4); Swimming Team (2). Member Owasco 

Country Club. 

Student. 

9 Elizabeth St., Auburn. N. Y. 

William Morris Gilbert, Jr. X r F 

Ph. B. 1917. English, Dramatic, Glee and Man- 
dolin Clubs; Pres. Black Cat Club; Concor- 
diensis Stai=E (1), (2). (3). Son of Wi'liam 
Morris Gilbert. Theta 83. 
Student. 
165 N. Broadway, Yonkers. N. Y. 

Wallace Sedgwick Girling y. y H' 

A. B. 1917. Football (3); Basket Ball (3); 

Baseball (3); Capt. Tennis; Terrace Council, 

Student. 

133 Shelton Ave.. Jamaica, N. Y. 



Herman Lynn Kertscher 

Gillespie Civil Engineering Soc. 

Student. 

702 Park PI., Elmira. N. Y. 



xgn-' 



Herbert Ralph Knight V mV 

Mgr. Basket Ball. 17; Editor-in-Chief Concor- 

dieneis. 

Student. 

9 Center St.. Glens Falls. N. Y. 

Ernest Wyckoff Mandeville y c H*" 

English Club; Philomathean; Debating Soc. 
Business Mgr. Year Book. Son of Hubert Car- 
penter Mandeville. Theta 88 and brother of 
William Hubert Mandeville, Theta 15. 
Student. 
509 W. Church St., Elmira. N. Y. 



1918 

Harold Lewis Cook 



Y w K'' 



Black Cat, Classical and Musical Clubs. 

Editor-in-Chief Garnet; Horace B. Silliman 

Scholarship. 

Student. 

Auburn. N. Y. 



Albert Wynkoop DuBois 



%bK' 



Kappa Beta Phi; Idol and Republican Clubs. 

Football; Track. Member Crow Hunting Club. 

Student. 

Athens Rd.. Catskill. N. Y. 



30 



THETA CHAPTER 



Harold Forbell Hyatt X m C 

Student. 

83 Clinton Ave., Jamaica. N. Y. 

Chandler Stanley Knight y c O' 

Baseball. 
Student. 
109 Brandywine Ave.. Schenectady. N. Y. 

John Warden McCauley, Jr. T f K' 

Son of John Warden McCauley, Theta 83 and 

nephew of James Adelbert McCauley, Theta 

85. 

Student. 

223 Alexander St.. Rochester, N. Y. 

Webster Merchant Moriarta M h A" 



Student. 

511 Broadway. Saratoga Springs. N. Y. 



Sidney Wells Talbot 



rbo' 



Press Club. Concordiensis Staff; Quartette. 

Student. 

1562 State St.. Schenectady. N. Y. 



1919 

William Bright Ashton X h S' 

Student. 

7 Halcyon PL, Yonkers. N. Y. 

Charles Edgar Barrett X y M'' 

Student. 
Galway, N. Y. 

Arthur Buckingham Dougall ycX' 

Brother of William Paxton Dougall, Theta 20. 
Student. 
30 Bedford Rd., Schenectady, N. Y. 

Arthur Thomas Flood x t X"" 

Student. 

(74 Main St.. Hudson Falls. N. Y.) 

Harold Henwood Gillespie X r A' 

Tennis. Member New York Tennis Club. 

Son of Richard Henwood Gillespie. Theta 89. 

Student. 

286 E. 201st St., New York, N. Y. 



Ralph Allen Hunt 



rfx' 



Football. Idol Club. 

Student. 

607 College Ave.. Elmira, N. Y. 



Roland Van Ingen Kathan T b A'' 

Member Mohawk Golf Club. 

Student. 

413 Union St.. Schenectady, N. Y. 



[1918-20 

YmS'' 



Abner Marshall Lowman 

Football. 
Student. 
(614 Euclid Ave., Elmira, N. Y.) 

Clarence Upson Young X 1 A' 

Idol Club. Football. 

Student. 

7240 Hillside Drive. Los Angeles, Cal. 

1920 



Douw Frisbie Beekman A b a" 

Student. 
Middlebursh. N. Y. 

Sydney Liston Brown, 2d. ^ g ^^ 

Student. 

1 Tenney Ave.. Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Edward Brevard Cantey E m w 

Student. 

123 Park Ave., Jamaica. N. Y. 

Alan Caldwell Curtiss XkA" 

Student. 

12 Stratford Rd., Schenectady. N. Y. 

William Paxton Dougall ^ e Q" 

Brother of Arthur Buckingham Dougall, Theta 
19. 

Student. 
30 Bedford Rd., Schenectady, N. Y. 

Arthur Ward Hendrickson A g a, 

Student. 

Springfield Ave., Queens, N. Y. 

Robert Waits Jones E c w" 

Student. 

165 Park Ave., Watertown. N. Y. 

William Stanley Price X b Q 

Student. 

209 Main St.. Oneida. N. Y. 

David Winne Sherwood ^ k A 

Brother of John Lyman Sherwood. Theta 99. 

Student. 

Ballston Spa. N. Y. 

Henry James Smith E d w^ 

Student. 

Balltown Rd.. Schenectady. N. Y. 

DeCamp VanVranken A t a 

Student. 

Union Ave. and University PL. Schenectady, 

N. Y. 



DELTA CHAPTER 



FOUNDED FEBRUARY 11, 1837 



NEW YORK UNIVERSITY 
NEW YORK, NEW YORK 



1836 

Jeremiah Skidmore Lord 

Initiated by the Theta 

1837 

George Washington Schuyler* Q Q 9 

A. B. 1837. Hebrew Poem, 37. Charter Mem- 
ber; Delee;ate National Republican Conventions, 
60 and 64; Treas. State of N. Y., 64-66; Supt. 
State Banking Dept.. 66-69; Memljer N. Y. Leg- 
islature and Chairman Banking Committee, 75- 
76; Drafter and Mover Savings Bank Bill, 75; 
Auditor Canal Dept. State of N. Y.. 76-80; 
Trustee Cornell Univ., 66-88 and Treas., 65- 
73. Author "Colonial New York. Philip Schuy- 
ler and His Family." Member Oneida Histori- 
cal Soc. and Am. Historical Assn. Father of 
EuRene Schuyler, Beta 59. 
Merchant. d. 1888 

1838 

Nathan Farnham Chapman* I F E 

A. B. 1844 Rutgers Coll.; B. D. 1846 New 
Brunswick Theol. Sem. Pastor Baltimore, Md. 



John Taylor Johnston* 



Q5$ 



Clergyman. 

Henry Hedges Halliday* 

Commencement Orator. 



A. B. 1838. 

Member. 

Merchant. 



James Henry Parker* 

A. B. 1838. Commencement Orator. 

1839 



d. 1893 

QDA 

Charter 
d. 1839 

HRT 

d. 1839 



David Schuyler Bogart Bennet* I D 5^ 

Member Sacred Music, Harmonic. Mendelssohn 

and Vocal Socs. of New York. 

Inventor. 



d. 1865 

AtcA 

A. M. 1872. Charter Member. Instr. Pa. Inst, 
for the Deaf and Dumb. Philadelphia. 38-70 
and Principal, 70-84. 
Educator. d. 1888 



Robert Bogle* 

Artist. 

Joshua Foster* 



A. B. 1839; A. M. 1842; LL. D. 1889. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. Charter 
Member. Member Council N. Y. Univ., 46-93; 
Vice-Pres.. 51-72; Pres.. 72-86; Dir. Union 
Theol. Sem., 70-93; Pres. Metropolitan Museum 
of Art. 70-89; Pres. Alumni Assn.; Member 
Board of Governors Women's Hosp. State of 
N. Y. Member Century Club. Father of John 
Herbert Johnston, Beta 77. 
Lawyer. d. 1893 



William Billings Meech* 



Au$ 



A. B. 1839. Latin Salutatorian. Charter Mem- 
ber. Judge 3d Dist. Court, New York, 51-59. 
Lawyer. d. 1859 

Martin Vandervoort Schoonmaker* 

SRT 

A. B. 1839 Union Univ.; B. D. 1842 New 

Brunswick Theol. Sem.; D. D. 1880 Rutgers 

Coll. Commencement Orator. Pastor East 

New York. 42-59. Walden. 49-88. See Theta 

39. 

Clergyman. d. 1899 

1840 



John Vinson Downs* 



S^Z 



A. B. 1840 Hamilton Coll.; B. D. 1843 Auburn 
Theol. Sem. Home Missionary near Chicago, 
111., 43-44; Pastor Dundee. 111.. 44-48; Crystal 
Lake, 48-49; Richmond. 49-50; Ringwood, 50- 
51; Homewood, 51-52; Virginia Settlement, 52- 
53 and 59-62; Crystal Lake. 53-55; Thornton's 
Station. 62. 
Clergyman. d. 1894 



Henry Bond Elliott* 



rA°i 



A. B. 1840; A. M. 1843; D. D. 1879; B. D. 
1843 Union Theol. Sem. Commencement Ora- 
tor. Pastor Congregational Church, A'exan- 
dria. N. J.. 44-45; Waterbury, Conn., 4"5-52; 
Springfield, Mass.. 52-54; Brooklyn, N. Y., 54- 
55; Stamford, Conn., 55-58: Columbus. Ohio, 
58-61; Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 65-66; New Canaan, 
Conn., 66-70; Litchfield. 70-74; Stonington, 74- 
79; Cincinnati, Ohio, 82-84; Troy, 85-88. 
Clergyman. d. 1912 



Isaac George Hubbs* 



HST 

A. M. 1847; A. B. 1840 Coll. of N. J. and A. M. 
1843. Agent Am. Missionary Assn., New 
Orleans. La.. 62-65. 
Educator and Clergyman. d. 1873 



31 



32 



DELTA CHAPTER 



[1840-4 



nyz 



John Shaw Pierson* 

A. B. 1840 Coll. of N. J. and A. M. 1843. 
Marine Agent New York Bible Soc, 50-83. 
Lawyer. d. 1908 

Thomas Harvey Rodman* S X T 

A. B. 1840 Coll. of N. J. and A. M. 1843. 
Father of William Dudley Rodman, Gamma 76. 
Lawyer. d. 1892 

Henry Martyn Scudder* t]; A S 

A. B. 1840; A. M. 1843; M. D. 1853: B. D. 
1843 Union Theol. Sem.; D. D. 1859 Rutgers 
Coll. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement Ora- 
tor. Missionary Presbyterian Church, Madras, 
India, 44-51; Arcot. India, 51-63; Pastor Dutch 
Reformed Church, Jersey City, N. J.. 64-65; 
Presbyterian Church, San Francisco. Cal., 65- 
71; Congregational Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
71-83; Chicago, 111.. 83-95. Father of Doremus 
Scuddcr. Beta 80. 
Clergyman. d. 1895 

Aa$ 



Edward Trask* 



A. B. 1840; M. D. 1847 elsewhere. Commence- 
ment Orator. Charter Member. Assoc. Founder 
of the Gamma. Brother of William Elliott 
Trask. Delta 40. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1883 

WilHam Elliott Trask* H n E 

A. B. 1840; M. D. elsewhere. Commencement 
Orator. Brother of Edward Trask, Delta 40. 
Physician. d. 1898 



1841 



William [Avery] Clift* 



A. B. 1839 Amherst Coll.; B. D. 1843 Union 
Theol. Sem. Commencement Orator. Pastor 
Southport, Conn., 43-44; Stonington. 44-64; 
Comptroller Woodlawn Cemetery, New York, 
N. Y., 64-67; Pastor Mystic Bridge, Conn., 69- 
70; Pastor Hadlyme. 81-86. Author "Tim 
Bunker Papers." 
Clergyman. d. 1890 



Edward Delavan Nelson* 



Nm; 



A. B. 1841 Columbia Coll. and A. M. 1844. 

d. 1871 



William Nicoll* 



ZpE 



A. B. 1840 Columbia Coll. Valedictorian. 
Farmer. d. 1900 



Erwin Page* 



Byron Sunderland* 



AkT 

A. B. 1841 Marietta Coll. and A. M. 1844; B. 
D 1844 Lane Theol. Sem. 
Clerk. d. 1865 

MA°0 

A B. 1838; A. M. 1841; D. D. 1855 Middlebury 
Coll. Principal Acad., Port Henry, N. Y., 38- 
41; Acting Pastor Alexander, N. Y., 43; 
Pastor Batavia. N. Y., 43-51; Syracuse, N. Y., 
51-53; Washington, D. C, 53-01; Chaplain 
U. S. Senate, 61-64 and 73-79; Chaplain Am. 
and Foreign Christian Union. Paris, France, 
64-65; Pres. Board Trustees Howard Univ., 
66-69; Member Executive Committee Coloni- 
zation Soc. and Board of Visitors National 
Insane Asylum; Trustee National Deaf Mute 
Coll.; Washington Lying-in Hosp. ; Foundling 
Hosp.; Dir. of the Washington National Sold- 



iers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home; Pres. Nal 
ional Indian Defense Assn. Author "Tji 
Crisis of the Times;" "Loyalty vs. Coppe|i 
headism." ]] 

Clergyman. d. 19(11 



1842 



George Hendric Houghton* 



We} 



A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845; D. D. 1859 Columbi 
Valedictorian. Prof, of Greek St. Paul's Coll 
College Point, N. Y., 43-46; Founder Church ( 
the Transfiguration, New York. 49; Prof, t 
Hebrew General Theol. Sem., New York, 5^| 
62; Poet, Convention of 54. 
Clergyman. d. 189|| 



Nathaniel Hudson* 



NPC 



A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845; M. D. elsewhere 
Commencement Orator. 
Physician and Surgeon. 



George Henry Aloore* 



S(fl 



A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845; LL. D. 1868. Com 
mencement Orator. Asst. Librarian New Yor 
Historical Soc, 41-49; Librarian, 49-76; Prof 
of Legal History and Literature Univ. of th 
City of New York, 58-59; Supt. Lenox Librarj- 
72-92. Author "The Treason of Charle 
Lee;" "Employment of Negroes in the Revohi 
tionary Army;" "History of Slavery in Massa 
chusetts." Brother of Charles Carroll Moore 
Delta 47. 
Librarian. d. 189.' 



Edwin Smith* 

A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845. 
Commencement Orator. 



Marcus Lorenzo Taft* 



NAK 

Phi Beta Kappa 
d. 190; 

N¥K 

A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845; M. D. 1845. Com 
mencement Orator. House Phys. Bellevue 
Hosp.; Asst. Phys. Quarantine, Staten Island. 
N. Y. 49-50. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 185C 



Franklin Tuthilh' 



* 



tl;e° 



A. B. 1840 Amherst Coll. and A. M. 1843; 
M. D. 1844 Univ. of the City of New York. 
Member N. Y. Legislature, 51-52 and S8-; 
59; Chairman of the Committee on Commerce 
and Navigation, 58-59. Author "History ofj 
California." Brother of George Miller Tuthill.l 
Delta 43. Initiated by the Gamma 
Journalist. d. 1865 



Stepl 



1843 



len Beekman Bangs* 



OAX 



A. B. 1843. Commencement Orator. Pastor 
Westville and Bethany. N. Y., 44-45; Milford,' 
Conn., 45-46. Assoc. Founder of the Xi. 1 

Clergyman. d. 1846 



William Barrows* 



AH°[i. 



A. B. 1840 Amherst Coll. and D. D. 1867. 
Editor of Horac CoUegianae, 39-40. Principal 
English and Classical School. St. Louis, Mo., 
40-43; Pastor Norton. Mass., 45-50; Wellesley 
Highlands, 50-56; Reading, 56-69; Sec. Con- 
gregational Sabbath School and Publishing Soc. 
69-73; Sec. Massachusetts Home Missionary 
Soc, 73-79; Trustee of the Hartford Theol. 
Sem. and the Univ. of N. Mex. ; Financial 
Agent Whitman Coll.. W. T.; Member of the 



[1843-44] 



DELTA CHAPTER 



33 



U. S. Christian Commission. Author of "The 
General, or Twelve Nights in a Hunter's 
Camp;" "The Church and Her Children;" 
"Purgatory Opened: Doctrinally, Practically 
and Historically"; "Oregon: The Struggle for 
Possession"; "The Empire of the Future, or 
the United States of Yesterday and of To- 
morrow." Member Historic-Genealogical and 
Webster Historical Socs. Initiated by the 
Gamma 
Clergyman. d. 1891 



Villiam Pratt Breed* 



CpSY) 



A. B. 1843; D. D. 1864; B. D. 1846 Princeton 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. English Salu- 
tatory. Pastor Steubenville, Ohio, 47-56; 
West Spruce Street Church, Philadelphia, Pa., 
56-89; Trustee Princeton Theol. Sem., 67-70; 
Moderator Presbyterian Synod of Philadelphia, 
65 and Synod of Pa., 82; Pres. Presbyterian 
Board of Publication, 75. Author "Man Re- 
sponsible for His Belief;" "The National Nest- 
Stirring;" "The Lights which God hath Showed 
Us;" "Book of Books;" "Lessons in Flying;" 
"Grapes from the Great Vine;" "Bible Lessons 
in Palestine;" "The Sunny Mount;" "Manna 
Crumbs from Rutherford;" "Home Songs;" 
"Little Priest;" "Anthropos;" "Under the 
Oak;" "The Theatre;" "The Prisoners;" 
"Jenny Geddes;" "Hand-book for Funerals;" 
"Christ Liveth in Me;" "Presbyterianism Three 
Hundred Years Ago;" "Presbyterians and the 
Revolution;" "Aboard and Abroad." Member 
of the Philadelphia Acad, of Natural Sciences. 
Clergyman. d. 1889 



\'illiam Allen Butler* 



SaO 



A. B. 1843; A. M. 1846; LL. D. 1880. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. Pres. 
Bar Assn. of New York. 86 and 87; Am. 
Bar Assn., 85. Member Council, Univ. of the 
City of New York, 62-98. Author "The 
Future;" "Barnum's Parnassus;" "Nothing to 
Wear;" "Two Millions;" "Martin VanBuren, 
Lawyer, Statesman and Man;" "Lawyer and 
Client;" "Collected Poems;" "Mrs. Limber's 
Raffle;" "Domesticus." 
Lawyer. d. 1902 



lieodore William Field* 



W^v. 



A. B. 1843. Phi Beta Kappa. Latin Saluta- 
tory (divided). 
Lawyer. d. 1870 



)illon Stevens Landon* 



NSI 



A. B. 1843; M. D. 1849. Commencement Ora- 
tor. House Phys. Bellevue Hosp., 49-50; 
Attending Phys. Brooklyn City Hosp., 53-73. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1873 



Riiamnel Penniman Leeds* 



WaO 



i A. n. 1843: B. D. 1846 Union Theol. Sem.; 

D. D. 1870 Dartmouth. Phi Beta Kappa. 

' Latin Salutatory (divided). Pastor Cuyahoga 

Falls, Ohio. 49-55; Asst. Minister Philadelphia, 

Pa., 55-57; Evangelist in New York, New 

Haven and Stamford, Conn., 57-60; Pastor 

Hanover, N. H. (Dartmouth Coll. Church), 60- 

4 89; Assoc. Editor of "The 2d General Cata- 

I logue." Author "Thy Kingdom Come; Thy 

I Will be Done." Brother of Daniel Webster 

\ Leeds, Delta 47. 

Clergyman. d. 1910 



)avid Clark Meeker* 



^SP 



A. B. 1843; B. D. 1846 Union Theol. Sem. 
Greek Salutatorian. Pastor Plymouth, Ind., 
46-48; Lima, 48-50; Fairton, N. J., 50-55; Darby, 
Pa., 55-57; North Hardiston, N. J., 57-60; West 
Nantmeal, Pa., 60-68; Dauphin, 68-80. 
Clergyman. d. 1881 



Charles Peabody* 



PA° N 



A. B. 1839 E^artmouth Coll.; B. D. 1845 Union 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. Declamation 
Prize, 37. Commencement Orator. Principal 
Acad., Concord, N. H. 39-41; Instr. Frienas 
Acad., New Bedford, Mass., 41-42; Dist. Sec. 
Am. Tract Soe. of New York, St. Louis, Mo., 
45-73 and since 83; Chicago, 111., 73-83; Supt. 
Soldiers' Home, St. Louis, 61-63; Colporteurs' 
Dept. Am. Tract Soc. for the Western and 
Southwestern States, 45-88; Trustee Western 
Female Sem., Oxford, Ohio, since 81. Member 
St. Louis Acad, of Science. Father of Henry 
Greenwood Peabody, Zeta 76. 
Clergyman. d. 1903 



Samuel Warburton Putnam* 

A. B. 1843. Commencement Orator. 

Manufacturer. 

John Willis Sanderson* 



Agcr 



d. 1890 

X C Y] 

d. 1842 



George Miller Tuthill* 



NA° N 

A. B. 1839 Amherst Coll.; B. D. 1846 Union 
Theol. Sem. Organized Spruce Street Pres- 
byterian Church, 47; Pastor, 47-49; Monticello, 
111., 49-51; Kalamazoo, Mich., 51; St. Clair, 
Mich., 51-58; Pontiac, 58-64; Ashtabula, Ohio, 
64-67; St. John's, Mich., 67-71; Dist. Supt. 
Am. Bible Soc. for Mich., 71-83; for Mich, and 
Wis., 76-83. Brother of Franklin Tuthill, 
DeUa 42. 
Clergyman. d. 1883. 



William Henry Willcox 



* 



BbY) 



A. B. 1843; B. D. 1846 Union Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1878 Illinois Coll.; LL. D. 1880 Drury 
Coll. Valedictorian. Preaching at Norwich, 
Conn., 46-48; Resident Licentiate Union Theol. 
Sem., 48-49; Pastor Elmwood, R. I., 50-52; 
Kennebunk, Maine, 52-57; Reading, Mass., 
57-79; Trustee Phillips Acad., Andover Theol. 
Sem. and Wellesley Coll., 78-04; Drury Coll. 
and Straight Univ., 79-88. Pres. General Con- 
vention, 43; Editor "2d General Catalogue." 
Brother of Giles Buckingham Willcox Beta 43, 
father of Walter Francis Willcox, Gamma 
84 and Henrj' Howard Willcox, Gamma 89. 
Clergyman. d. 1904 

1844 



William Edward Bloodgood* 



HgO 



A. B. 1845; M. D. 1847 Coll. of Physicians and 
Surgeons, New York; Justice of the Peace and 
Supt. of Public Schools. Brother of John 
Henry Bloodgood, Delta 46. 
Manufacturer. d. 1897 



Samuel William Bonney^ 



Knt 



B. D. 1844 Lane Theol. Sem. Missionary in 

China, 46-64. Author "Book of Phrases in the 

Canton Dialect;" "The Seaman's Compass and 

Chart." 

Clergyman. d. 1864 

George Washington Kimball* K m ir 

A. B. 1844; A. M. 1847. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. U. S. Consul, St. 
Helena, 48-60. Brother of John Monroe Kim- 
ball, Delta 44. 
U. S. Consul, d. 1860 



I 



34 



James Monroe Kimball* 



DELTA CHAPTER 



I 



O w i. 



A. B. 1844; A. M. 1847; B. D. 1847 Union 
Theol. Sem. Commencement Orator. Pastor 
Portsmouth, Va., 47-49. Brother of George 
Washington Kimball, Delta 44. 
Clergyman. d. 1849 

X 6) X 



David Franklin Sayre 



A. B. 1844; A. M. 1847. Eucleian. English 
Salutatorian. Member Wis. Legislature, 72- 
73; Lecturer Farmers' Inst., 86-89; Supt. of 
Schools, Rock County, Wis. 
Farmer. 
(Edgerton, Wis.) 



1845 



Francis N Bangs* 



0£X 



A. B. 1845. Commencement Orator. Pres. 
Assn. Bar of the City of New York, 82 and 83; 
Private and Quartermaster Sergeant 17th Regi- 
ment N. Y. State Militia, 63. Father of 
Francis Sedgwick Bangs, Lambda 78, John Ken- 
drick Bangs, Lambda 83, grandfather of Henry 
McComb Bangs, Lambda 06 and Francis Nathan 
Bangs, Lambda 10. 
Lawyer. d. 1885 



Charles Algernon Downs* 



S^A 



Cornelius Earle* 



A. B. 1845; B. D. 1848 Union Theol. Sem. 
English Salutatorian; Pres. Eucleian. Pastor 
Lebanon, N. H., 49-73; Member State Legis- 
lature, 63-64; State Supt. Public Instruction, 
76-80; Pastor Hanover Centre, 80-86. 
Clergyman. d. 1906 

A O 7C 

A. B. 1845; B. D. 1848 Union Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1887 Lafayette Coll. Commencement 
Orator. Pastor Unionville, Pa., 48-52; Cat- 
asauqua, 52-88; Chaplain 4th Regiment N. G. 
Pa.; Assoc. Founder of the Lambda. 
Clergyman. d. 1902 

S wK 



Charles Fanning* 



A. B. 1845; B. D. 1849 Union Theol. Sem. 

Commencement Orator. Pastor Presbyterian 
Church, Belvidere, 111., 50-53. 

Merchant. d. 1883 



John Talmadge Marsh'' 



XpH 



A. B. 1845 Yale and A. M. 1848; B. D. 1850 
Andover Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Teacher Acad., Kingston, N. Y., 45-46; Act- 
ing Pastor, Galena, 111., 51-52; Rock Island, 
52-53; LeClaire, Iowa, 55-56; Fort Howard, 
Wis., 56-58; Sheboygan Falls, 58-60; Hartland, 
60-62; New Lisbon, 62-63; Harpersfield, N. Y., 
67-71; Black Creek, 73-74; Lisle, 77-79; 
Barryville and Eldred, 79-80; Millerton, 80-81, 
Colfa.x, W. T., 81-83; Fort Jones and Etna 
Mills, 83-84; Pastor, Peoria, 111., 53-55 and 
New Haven, 71-72; Private 1st Ohio Light 
Artillery, on Hosp. duty and in Quartermaster 
General's Ofiice, 63-66; Supt. of Schools and 
Am. Missionary Assn., Washington, D. C, 
66-67. Author "History of the Congregational 
Church in Harpersfield, N. Y." See Beta 45 
Clergyman. d. 1884 



George Peck* 



Br°f 



M. D. 1847 Columbia; A. M. honoris causa 
1867 Coll. of N. J. In the U. S. Navy, 51-06; 
Member of the Naval Med. Examining Board, 
Washington, D. C, 77-06. Member Am. Med. 
Assn. and the U. S. Naval Inst. 
Officer, U. S. Navy. d. 1906 



Luther Wesley Peck* 



[1844-^ 
B(p 

A. B. 1845; A. M, 1849; D. D. 1878. P! 
Beta Kappa. Valedictorian. Pastor Pacij 
Street Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 45-46; Du 
ham, 46-48; Windham, 48-49; Rhinebeck, 49-S; 
Sheffield, Mass., 51-53; Lee, 53-54; Newburg! 
N. Y., 54-56; Cannon Street Church, Pou^ 
keepsie, 56-58; Third Street Church, Ne 
York, 58-60; Dobb's Ferry, 60-61; Rhinebecl 
61-63; Kingston, 63-64; Middletown, 64-6( 
Hyde Park, Scranton, Pa., 66-68; Susquehanni 
68-70; Waverly, N. Y., 71-72; Ross Stre( 
Church, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 72-74; Waverly, Pa 
74-75; Pittston, 79-80; Oxford, N. Y., SO-Sf 
Whitneys Point, 83-85; Apalachin, 85-85 
Harford, 87-00. Author "The Golden Age 
and Psi Upsilon Song "Serenade." 
Clergyman. d. 190 



* 



DeWitt Clinton Rumsey 



Richard Searing Seaman* 



Ph: 

d. 184 

Mhi' 

M. D. 1851 Columbia. Editor Eucleian, 4; 
Member New York Acad, of Medicine, 54-^1 
Queens County Med. Soc. since 61. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 190i 



1846 

William Aikman* 



PaE 



A. B. 1846; D. D. 1869; B. D. 1849 Unioi 
Theol. Sem. Phi IJeta Kappa. English Salu 
tatorian; Sec. Philomathean. Pastor New 
ark, N. J., 49-57; Wilmington, Del., 57-69 
Spring Street Church, New York, N. Y., 69-72 
Westminster Church, Detroit, Mich., 72-77 
Aurora, N. Y^ 77-81; Atlantic City, N. J. 
83-88; Pres. Presbyterian Alliance, Detroit 
Mich.; Trustee Wells Female Coll., Aurora, N 
Y., 78-83. Author "Our Country Strong in Hei 
Isolation;" "Seductive Power of the Romisli 
Ritual;" "The Future of the Colored Race iv 
America;" "Government and Administration;' 
"The Moral Power of the Sea;" "Life a 
Home;" "Bachelors' Talk on Married Life;' 
"Heavenly Recognitions;" Articles on "Chris 
tianity and the American State;" "The Rosett? 
Stone;" "The Church's Piety and the Pulpil 
Power;" "The Dead Speak;" "Jehovah anc 
Elohim in Genesis;" "Race Characteristics oi 
the Anglo-Saxon." Father of William Aikman, 
Jr., Delta 72, grandfather of Aikman Arm' 
strong. Phi 01 and Henry Irvin Armstrong, 
Phi 09. 
Clergyman. d. 190S 

John Henry Bloodgood* S c o 

Brother of William Edward Bloodgood, Delta 

45. 

Manufacturer. 






Edward Grow Bradbury* 



aQo' 



A. B. 1846; A. M, 1849. Commencement Ora- 
tor. 
Manufacturer. d. 1865 



Henry Weeks Brown* 



Q^^ 



A. B. 1846; A. M. 1849; M. D. 1850. Com- 
mencement Orator. Attending Phys. North- 
ern Dispensary; Prof. Preparatory School of 
Medicine, New York. N. Y., 53-55. Member 
New York Acad. Medicine. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1864 



P(];A 



Charles Henry Dolsen* 

A. B. 1846. Commencement Orator, 

Clerk. d. 1910 



1846-49] 



DELTA CHAPTER 



35 



Charles Townsend Harris* ■:: co v 

A. B. 1846; A. M. 1849. M. 3). elsewhere. 

Coninicncemcnt Orator. 

Physician and Surgeon. d. 1863 

Michael Miller Moore ^ p^ 

Banker. 

1847 
Matthias Banta* J £ to 

A. B. 1847. 

Lawyer. d. 1895 

George Burgess 

Initiated by the Xi 

Robert Campfield Chandler* K - oi' 

A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850. Commencement Ora- 
tor. 
Educator. 



Thomas Spencer Childs* 



d. 1853 

A d K 

A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850; D. D. 1862; B. D. 
1850. Princeton Theol. .Sem. Plii Beta Kappa. 
N'aledictorian. Pres. Eucleian. Pastor 1st 
Presbyterian Church, Hartford. Conn., 51-56; 
1st Congregational Church, N'orwalk, 66-71; 
Waldo Prof, of Biblical and Ecclesiastical His- 
tory in Hartford Theol. Sem., 71-79; Prof, of 
Mental and Moral Science, Univ. of Wooster, 
Ohio, 80-82; Commissioner to Presbyterian Gen- 
eral Assembly; Minister, Washington. D. C, 
82-95; First Archdeacon, 95-99; First Chaplain, 
1). C. Sons Am. Revolution. 92. Author 
"The Hartford Ordination;" "Justification;" 
"The Heritage of Peace;" "Inaugural Address;" 
"Redemption: or is Expiation a Fiction;" "A 
Chapter in the History of the Theological In- 
stitute of Connecticut;" ''Christ His Own Wit- 
ness:" "Claims of the Ministry on Young Men;" 
"The Lost Faith." Member Am. Geographical 
and Am. Historical Socs. 
Clergyman. d. 1914 



1848 



Daniel Webster Leeds* 



ras 



Brother of Samuel Penniman Leeds, Delta 43. 
Merchant. d. 1902 



\\'illiam Herbert Lockwood* 

A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850; B. 
Theol. .Sem. Commencement 
Coventrvville, N. V.. 51-57: 
Kan Claire, Wis., 64-88. 
Clergyman. 

Charles Carroll Moore* 

A. B. 1847. Commencement Orator, 
master, .San Francisco, Cal., 49-53. 
George Henry iSIoore, Delta 42. 

Tolm William Peshine* 



Bga 

D. 1850 Union 
Oratt)r. Pastor 
Lowville. 57-64; 

d. 1897 

TLQ' 

Asst. Post- 
Brother of 

d. 1902 

T 11 X 

d. 1847 



John Sedgwick* 

A. B. 1847. Phi Beta Kappa. Commence- 
ment Orator. Asst. Dist. Atty. New York, N. Y., 
56-59: .\.=soc. Titdge. Superior Court, Xcw 
York. N. Y., 71-80;' Chief Judge, 80. 
Lawyer. d. 1897 

Melancthon \\'hite Starr* AwX 

Commencement Orator. 



Hugh Lennox Bond 



Sgcc' 

A. B. 1848; LL. D. 1870. Commencement Ora- 
tor. Judge Criminal Court, Baltimore and 
U. S. Circuit Court of the 4th (udicial Dist., 
70-93. 
Lawyer. d. 1893 

James Armour Aloore LaTourrette* 

o X W 

A.. B. 1848; A. M. 1851; B. D. 1851 Princeton 
Theol. Sem. Pastor Church of the Huguenots, 
and Principal Huguenot Inst., Blooming View, 
N. Y., 51-56; Rector St. Paul's Church, Colum- 
bus, Ohio; Church of the Atonement, Cincin- 
nati: Trinity Church, Potsdam, N. Y., 56-65; 
Post Chaplain U. S. Army, 65-89; Member Ex- 
amining Committees of Kenyon Coll. and Bex- 
ley Theol. Sem.; Member General Conventions 
P. E. Church, 83-86: Pres. Standing Committee 
Diocese of N. Mex. and Ariz., 79-91. 
Clergyman. d. 1891 

Samuel Wallace Phelps* T ? "^ 

A. B. 1848; A. M. 1851; D. D. 1851 Union 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. Latin Saluta- 
torian; Mathematical Prize. Acting Pastor Lee 
Centre, 111.. 52-54: Pastor, 54-68;_ Agent .Am. 
Missionarv Assn., Chicaijo. I'l., 72-75. 
Clergyman. d. 1905 



A. B. 1847. 
Clerk. 



d. 1852 



Giles Buckingham \\'illcox 



Thu. 



S. T. D. 1881; A. B. 1848 Yale; B. D. 1851 
Andover Theol. Sem.; D. D. 1880 Drury Coll. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones (Yale). Edi- 
tor Yale Literary Magasinc, 47-48; Mathemati- 
cal Prize; Commencement Oration (Y^ale). 
Stone Prof, of Pastoral Theol. and Special 
Studies in Chicago Theol. Sem., 79-15; Prof. 
Emeritus. Author "An Address Commemorative 
of Abraham Lincoln." Brother of William 
Henry Willcox, Delta 43 and uncle of W^alter 
Francis Willcox, Gamma 84 and Henry Howard 
Willcox, Gamma 89. S'ee Beta 48 
Educator. 
1629 Washington Blvd., Chicago, 111. 



1849 



John Henry Colgate* ^ y A' 

Father of Richard Morse Colgate, Beta 77. 
Merchant. d. 1916 

James Leonard Corning* Q S B' 

A. B. 1849; B. D. 1852 Union Theol; Sem. 
Commencement Orator. Pastor Congrega- 
tional Church, Ouinebaug. Conn., 52-53; Pres- 
byterian Church, Stamford, 53-57; Westmins- 
ter Presbyterian Church, Buffalo, N. Y., 57-60; 
First Presbyterian Church, Milwaukee, Wis., 
60-62; Congregational Church. Woodstock, 
Conn., 62; First Congregational Church, Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y., 62-69; Dir. History and Litera- 
ture of Art. Chautauqua Univ.. 80-85; Vice- 
Consul, Munich, Germany. 91-98. 
Clergyman. d. 1903 



Grenville Tudor Jenks* 

A. B. 1849 Williams Coll. 
Emott Jenks, Beta 84. 
Lawyer. 



M z <];" 

Father of Paul 
d. 1870 



(3) 



36 



DELTA CHAPTER 



[1849-51 



William Oriie Lamson='= 



Af a 

A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852; D. D. 1899. Com- 
mencement Orator. Minister, Stockport, N. Y., 
51-52; Rector, Brooklyn, 52-53; Trinity Church, 
Paris, France, 60-72; Florence, Italy, 80-82. 
Clergyman. 



Tayler Lewis* 



M. D. 1853. 



A. B. 1849 

Orator. 

Physician and Surgeon. 

Edward Clarkson Miles* 



B W X' 

Commencement 
d. 1862 



V b (])" 

A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852; P.. D. 1856 Amiover 
Theol. Sem. Mathematical Prize, 46; Latin 
Salutatorian. Acting Pastor, Brooklyn, Conn., 
58-60; Pastor, Stratham, N. H., 60-65; Fal- 
mouth, Maine, 66-69; Principal Acad. Hamp- 
ton, 65-66; Asst. Sec. Am. Board of Commis- 
sioners for Foreign iNIissions, New York, N. Y., 
69-71. 
Clergyman. d. 1905 

William Thompson Barclay Milliken* 

Lawyer. d. 1906 



Elijah Douglas Murphy* 



Tew 

,\. B. 1849; P. D. 1852 Union Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1883 Marysville Coll. Commencement 
Orator. City Missionary, Brooklyn, N. Y., 52- 
54; Pastor Congregational Church, Centrebrook, 
Conn.. 54-55; Springfield, Mass., 55-57; .\von. 
Conn., 57-64; New York Port Society's Church, 
64-90; Chaplain U. S. Christian Commission, 
64. 
Clergyman. d. 1890 



William Oscar Rogers 



Q d a 



LL. D. 1886 Ohio State Univ. Prof, of English 
Literature and Mathematics in Female Sem., 
New Orleans, La., 48-57; Supt. Public Schools, 
1st Municipal Dist. of New Orleans, 57-61; 
Officer on Detached Service, Confederate Army, 
61-66; Supt. of Public Schools. New Orleans, 
66-71 and 77-85; Principal Sylvester-Larned 
Inst.. 71-77: Pres. of the Board, 77-79; Sec. and 
Librarian, Tulane Univ., 85-00; Acting Pres., 
00-01. 
Educator. 
58 Central Park W., New York, N. Y. 

Acmon Pulaski VanGieson* H R $ 

A. B. 1849; B. D. 1852 New Brunswick Theol. 
Sem.; D. D. 1872 Rutgers Coll. English Salu- 
tatorian. Pastor, Catskill, N. Y., 53-55; Brook- 
lyn, 55-59; Claverack, 59-66; Greenpoint, 66-67; 
Poughkeepsie, 67-06. 
Clergyman. d. 1906 



1850 



Robert Lowry 



rdB' 



A. B. 1850; B. D. 1853 General Theol. Sem. 
Pres Eucleian. Minister Greenhush. N. Y., 
53-54; Rector, 54-59; St. Mary's Church, 59-63; 
Trinity Church, Elizabeth, N. J., 69-73; St. 
Thomas' Chapel, New York, N. Y.. 74-88; Chap- 
lain U. S. A., 63-67; Asst. and Minister Trin- 
ity Church, S'an Francisco, Cal., 68-69. 
Clerevman. 
325 Highland Ave.. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 



David Magie Miller* 



Ip4)' 



A. B. 1850; A. M. 1853; B. D. 1853 Princeton 
Theol. Sem. Commencement Orator. Teacher 
Elizabethtown, N. J., 53-54. Pastor, Bridge- 
hampton, N. Y., 54. 
Clergyman. d. 1854 



James Caldwell X'anPelt* 

Clerk. 

John Young* 



2 m ^ 

d. 1872 



Ak 



7 



A. n. 1850; .\. M. 1855. Prize in .Mathematics. 
4"; Latin Salutatorian; Pres. Eucleian. Princi- 
pal Chilton Hill Classical School, Elizabeth., 
N. J.. 54-88; City Supt. of Public Schools, 
I'.Iizabcth, 64-75. 
Educator. d. 1906 

Francis Nicoll Zabriskie* W n ^' 

A. B. 1850; A. M. 1853; D. D. 1868; B. D. 
1855 New Brunswick Theol. Sem. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Prize in Mathematics, 47; English 
Salutatorian; Master's Oration, 53; Editor 
College Tablet, 50. Pastor Dutch Reformed 
Church. New York City. 55-59: Coxsackie, 59- 
63; Ithaca, 63-66; Claverack, 66-72; Congrega- 
tional Church, Saybrook, Conn., 72-76; Wollas- 
ton Heights, Mass., 76-79. Author "Golden 
Fruit from' Bible Trees;" "Precious Stones 
from Bible Mountains;" "History of the Church 
of Claverack, N. Y.;" "History of the Living- 
ston Reformed Dutch Church, New York City;" 
"The S'torv of a -Soul." 
Clergyman. d. 1891 



1851 



Austin Abbott' 



QDE' 



.\. R. 1851; LL. D. 1886. Phi Beta Kaopa: 
Eucleian. Commencement Orator. Trustee Pub- 
lic Schools 20th Ward, City of New York, 76-80. 
Author "The Legal Remembrancer;" "De- 
cisions of the New York Court of Appeals;" 
".Abbott's Trial Evidence;" "Trial Brief:" 
"New Practice" and. Psi Upsilon Song 



Friends." 
Historical 
Delta 60 
Lawvcr. 



Member Psi Upsilon Club; 
Soc. Brother of Edward 



Edward Pavson Crane* 



'Chosen 
Buffalo 
.\bbott, 

d. 1896 

B^$' 

A. B. 1851; A. M. 1854; B. D. 1855 Union 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kaiipa. Pres. I'ucleian; 
English Salutatorian. Pastor Rockland Lake, 
N. Y., 55-57; St. Augustine. Fla.. 57-59; 
Palatka, 59-65; Prof, of Legic, Rhetoric and 
Menta' Science. U'estern L^niv. of Pa., 65-81 : 
\J. S. Consul, Stuttgart, Germany, 87-90; Han- 
over, Germany. 93-9". 
Clergyman. d. 1905 

Elisha Colt Darling* \}.~u 



A. B. 1851. 
Clerk. 



rommcncenicnt Orator. 



<1. 1852 



William Henrv Freeland* 

Clerk. 

.Vugustus Elvius King* 

A. B. 1851. Commencement Orator. 
Lawyer. 



V k y: 


d. 1876 


W £ 



d. 1856 



1851-54J 



DELTA CHAPTER 



37 



William Henry Knouse* Y X <!>' 

A. B. 1851; B. D. 1858 Union Theol. Sem. 
Sec. Eucleian; Commencement Orator. Pastor 
North Greenwich, Conn., 59-63; Cutchogue, 
N. Y., 63-70; Deep River, Conn., 70-03. 
Clergyman. d- l^US 

Henry Drury Xoyes* ^* a <? 

A. J{. 1851; A. M. 1854; M. D. 1855 Coll. of 
Physicians and Surgeons, New York. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Valedictorian. Prof. Ophthalmology 
and Otology, Bellevue Hosp., 66-00; Pres. 
Am. Ophthalmological Soc, 81-86; Vice-Pres. 
New York Acad, ^^edicine, 86-89; Pres. Alumni 
Assn., New Y'ork Univ., 91-92. Member New 
York County Med., New Y'ork Pathological, 
New York Ophthalmological and Am. Otolog- 
ical Socs.; Am. Assn. for Advancement of 
Science; Heidelberg Ophthalmological and In- 
ternational Med. Congresses. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1900 



(leorge Mairs X'anderlip* 



B-A' 



A. B. 1851; A. M. 1854; B. D. 1858 Union 
Theol. Sem. Prizes for Logic and Natural 
Science, Univ. of Edinburgh, Scotland, 49-50; 
Commencement Orator. Sec. Am. Baptist Pub- 
lication Soc, New Y'ork, 70-83. 
Clergyman. d. 1900 



Charles Sherill Webb* 



A. B. 1851. 
Lawyer. 



Commencement Orator. 



Frederick Butler Wightman* 



CO Y 

d. 1908 

At A" 



A. B. 1851. Pres. Philomathean Soc; Com- 
mencement Orator. Member Harlem Guard, 
61-65. Father of Percy Butler Wightman, Delta 
93, Orrin Sage Wightman, Delta 95 and Rob- 
ert Stillman Wightman, Delta 97. 
Lawyer. d. 1911 

1852 



Frederick Baker* 



A b A' 



A. B. 1852. Pres. Eucleian; Commencement 
Orator. Pres. Psi L^psilon Club, New Y'ork, 
86-88; Alumni Assn., New York Univ., 92. 
Brother of George Danielson Baker, Delta 60 
and uncle of William Corwin Baker, Delta 91. 
Merchant. d. 1913 

Robert Swartwout Dumont* ^' d $' 

A. B. 1852. Commencement Orator. Capt. 
5th Inf. Regiment, New York Vols., 61-62; Sec. 
and Aide, Admiral Bell, U. S. N., 62-63; Naval 
judge Advocate, Pacific Squadron, 63. 
Lawyer. d. 1873 



Isaac Smithson Hartley* 



Qq?' 



A. B. 1852; B. D. 1856 Andover Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1873 Rutgers Coll. Pres. and Sec. 
l-".ucUian. Pastor Congregational Church, St. 
Tohnsbury, Vt., 56-57; Sixth Ave. Reformed 
Dutch Church. New Y'ork. 64-70; 2d Church. 
Philadelphia, Pa., 70-72; Christ Church, Utica, 
72; Trustee Rutgers Coll., 74; Founder of Ved- 
der Scholarship, Rutgers Coll., 73; Vice-Pres. 
Oneida Historical Soc, 80-88; Pres. General 
Synod. Reformed Dutch Church. Author 
"Vedder Lectures on Modern Infidelity:" 
"Praver. its Relation to Modern Thought and 
Criticism;" "Memorial of Robert M. Hartley;" 
"Old Fort Schuyler in History." 
Clcrgvman. d. 1899 



l^ben Mason* 

Pres. N6w Y'ork Coll. 

65-70. 

Farmer. 



Ah A' 

of Veterinary SurRCons, 



Charles Henry Meade* 

Clerk. 

I lenry Reed Stiles* 



QzS" 

d. 1901 

MaZ' 

M. D. 1855; A. M. 1876 Williams Coll. 
Chief Bureau Vital Statistics, Brooklyn, N. Y'., 
68-70; Sanitary Inspr., New York, 70-73; Medi- 
cal Supt. S'tate Homeopathic Insane Asylum, 
^ttddletown, 73-77; Physician in charge. Home- 
opathic Dispensary, Dundee, Scotland, 77-81; 
Prof. Mental and Nervous Diseases, New Y'ork 
Med. Coll. and Hosp. for Women, New Y'ork, 
82-88; Assoc. Founder, Dir. and Librarian 
Long Island Historical Soc, 64-66; Assoc. 
Founder New Y'ork Genealogical and Bio- 
graphical Soc; Pres., 69-73. Author "The 
History and Genealogies of Ancient Windsor, 
Conn.;" "Bundling: Its Origin, Progress and 
Decline in America;" "History of the City of 
Brooklyn." Member New England Historic- 
Genealogical Soc, New Y'^ork State Homeopathic 
Med., New York Medico-Legal and Long Island 
Historical Socs. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1909 



\\ illiam Cutting Wilson* A A S' 

Commencement Orator. 

d. 1854 



A. B. 1852. 
Lawyer. 



1853 



Xby 



Abram Ogden Butler* 

A. B. 1853. Commencement Orator. Founder 

Butler Eucleian Prize and Butler Fund of the 

Delta. 

Lawyer. d. 1856 



Tpe 

Valedictorian. 

QvT 

-A. B. 1853; A. M. 1856. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Latin Salutatorian. Member N. J. House of 

Assembly, 79-80. Phi Beta Kappa Alumni Assn. 

Lawyer. 

34 Pine St.; res. 3i W. 12th St., New Y'ork, 

N. Y. 



William Alexander Sterling* 

A. B. 1853. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Merchant. 

Philip Harwood \'ernon 



BkE' 

d. 1852 



Jacob Henry W'ick* 

1854 

James Madison Bell* B F p" 

\. p.. 1854: B. D. 1857 Andover Theol. Sem.: 
1). 1). 1899. Pastor, Ashby, Mass.. 58-64: 
Watertown. 65-71: North Iladley, 72-76; West 
.Medway, 76-86; Watertown, 86; Trustee Water- 
town Free Library. 68-69; Pres. Board Educa- 
tion, Hadley. 75: Delegate General State Assn., 
.-ind National Triennial Council of Congrega- 
tional Churches, SO. .\uthor "Memorials nf 
Capt. Henry Bangs. 1864:" "Mrs. Caroline L. 
Wright. 1864:" "Mrs. M. E. Grant, 1867:" 
"John Frve Bell, 1874." 
Clergyman. d. 1901 



38 



DELTA CHAPTER 



[1854-57 



Jesse Brush* 



i;.Dc 



A. B. 1854; D. D. 1904; B. D. 1859 Union 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. Valedictorian; 
Pres. Eucleian. Chaplain 158th Inf. Regiment 
N. Y. Vols., 61-65; Pastor Congregational 
Church, Vernon, Conn., 65-67; North Cornwall, 
67-73; Berlin, 73-76; Presbyterian Church, 
Susquehanna, Pa., 59-62; Westhampton, ]Mass., 
62-63; North Stamford, 76-80; Rector Grace 
Church, Saybrook, 81-88. 
Clergyman. d. 1916 



Hanson Cox Gibson 



Mt 



A. B. 1854. Pres. Philomathean. 2d Lieut. 
165th Inf. Regiment, N. Y. Vols., 63-65; 
Provost Judge, Savannah, Ga., 65; Pres. Har- 
lem Eye, Ear and Throat Infirmary; Sec. of 
Alumni Assn.; Charter Member Harlem Club 
and Alexander Hamilton and George Washing- 
ton Posts, G. A. R. Member Loyal Legion; 
Army and Navy Club. Father of Frederick 
Seward Gibson, Delta 96 and brotlier of Wil- 
liam Cowper Gibson, Psi 59. 
Lawyer. 

48 Wa'I St.; res. 27 Washinsjton Sq. N., New 
York, N. Y. 



John C Overhiser* 



xce' 



A. B. 1854 Univ. of Rochester and Ph. D. 1875. 
Asst. Prof, of Greek and Latin, Brooklyn Col- 
legiate and Polytechnic Inst., 56-60; Principal 
of a Classical School, 60-73. 
Educator. d 1892 

W'ilham Wilson Stephenson* A b C 

A. B. 1854; A. M. 1858: LL. B. 1856 Albany 
Law School. Private 7th Inf. Regiment, N. G., 
N. Y., 62; Capt. 165th Inf. Regiment, N. Y. 
Vols., 62-64; Major, 64-65; Brevet Lieut. Col.^ 
65.; Member Assembly, 11 and 79; Sec. Alumni 
Assn., N. Y. Univ. Member Republican Gen- 
eral Committee; 7th Regiment War Veterans; 
Loyal Legion; U. S. Grant Post, G. A. R. ; 
Commandant of Veteran Assn. 165th Regiment. 
Brother of George Gardner Stephenson, Xi 67. 
Lawyer. d. 1889 



1855 

Allan Shepherd Campbell'' 

Lawyer. 

Irving Shephard Campbell" 

A. B. 1855. Phi Beta Kappa, 
tory. Webster Oration Prize. 
Lawyer. 

Gouverneur Carr* 

A. B. 1855. Capt. 5th Inf. Regiment, N. Y. 
Vols., 61-62; Major 16Sth Inf. Regiment, N. Y. 
Vols., 62-63; Lieut. -Colonel, 63-65; Brevet Col- 
onel, 65. 
Journalist. d. 1889 







CO 


op 






d. 


1876 






eto 


n* 


English Ss 


liita- 






d. 


1868 



XLI' 



John Washington Crane* 



TQK" 



.\. B. 1855. Commencement Orator. Pres. 
Am. Dental Soc. of Europe. Author "Rec- 
euil dc Chants Sacr§s." Member X. Y. State 
Dental Soc. 
Dentist. 

Augustus Sidney Doane 

Initiated by the Lambda 



Henry Xewton Fisher* 



AhH' 

A. B. 1855; M. D. 1858. Commencement Ora- 
tor. Surg. New York Hosp., 58-59; Surg. 
Northwestern Dispensary, 60-61; Acting Surg. 
I'. S. Armv, 61-62; Asst. Surg. U. S. \'ols., 
62-63. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1863 

Augustus DeBerkeley Hughes* 3 '. S' 

A. B. 1855 Yale. Scroll and Key. Provost 

Judge, 62; Clerk Provisional Court, La., 62- 
63. S'ee Beta 55 

Lawyer. d. 1875 

1856 

Jaines Hervey Ackerman* y 11 q' 

A. B. 1856; LL. B. 1857 Union Univ. Com- 
mencement Orator. Police Justice, Plainfield, 
N. J., 60. 
Lawyer. . d. 1885 



David Elmore Gregory 

Clerk. 

Charles Wilson Opdyke'' 



rd 



)■ 



- K' 

A. B. 1856. Phi Beta Kappa. Latin Saluta- 
torian. Father of Ralph Opdyke, Delta 95 and 
brother of William Strykcr Opdyke, Delta 56 
and Henry Beach Opdyke, Delta 60 and uncle 
of Alfred [Charles Post] Opdyke, Delta 90. 
Transportation. d. 1907 



William Stryker Opdyke 



PrO" 



A. B. 1856; LL. B. 1860 Union Univ. Phi Beta 
Ivajipa. Pres. Eucleian; Valedictorian. Mem- 
ber Board of Councilmen, New York, 63-64; 
Assembly, N. Y. State, 11; Member Council, 
New York Univ., 83-15; Sec. 86-93. Member 
Geographic Soc; Down Town Assn.; Reform 
and Bankers' Clubs. Father of Alfred [Charles 
Post] Opdyke, Delta 90, brother of Charles Wil- 
son Opdyke, Delta 56, Henry Beach Opdyke, 
Delta 60 and uncle of Ralph Opdyke, Delta 95. 
Lawyer. 

31 Nassau St., New York, N. Y.; res. .Alpine, 
N. J. 



1857 



John 



Buckmaster Bangs* 



r m 



n' 



Trustee, Orphanage of the Good Shepherd and 

Church Home and Infirmarv. 

IMerchant. ' d. 1889 



Edward Augustus Collier 



HDi;.' 



A. B. 1857; D. D. 1884; B. D. 1860 Princeton 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. Prize in Ma- 
thematics, 54; Valedictorian. Pastor Congre- 
gational Church, Saugcrties, N. Y., 60-61; 
Presbyterian Church, Amenia, 61-64; Dutch 
Reformed Church, Kinderhook, 64-88; Pres. 
General S'ynod, Reformed Dutch Church. 94-95. 
Author "Lyrics from the Psalter;" ''A History 
of Old Kinderhook." 
Clergyman (retired). 
Kinderhook, N. Y. 



Alancius Holmes Hutton* 



OwO" 



A. B. 1857; B. D. 1860 New Brunswick Theol. 
Sem.; D. D. 1879 Rutgers Coll. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Vice-Pres. Eucleian; Prize in Latin, 
56; Junior Exhibition Prize; Latin Salutatorian. 
Pastor Mt. Vernon, N. Y., 64-79; New 
Brunswick, N. J.. 79-88; Pres. General Synod, 



1857-60] 



DELTA CHAPTER 



39 



Reformed Dutch Church, 88-89; Pres. Soc. for 
Prevention Cruelty to Children, Middlesex- 
County, 8". Author "Modern Safeguards of 
Ortliodoxy." Member New Jersev State Mi- 
croscopical Soc.; Am. Inst, of Civics; Nevir 
Brunswick Greek Club. 
Clergyman. d. 1909 



John Allen Maxwell* 



S 



A. B. 1857; B. D. 1860 Union Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1884 Lafayette Coll. Pastor Presbyterian 
Church. South Orange, N. J.. 60-70; Hazleton, 
Pa., 70-73; Bridgeton, N. J., 73-80; Titusville, 
Pa., 80-87; Congregational Church, Danbury, 
Conn., 87. Member Am. Board of Commis-. 
sioncrs for Foreign Missions. Author "Suc- 
cess and Failure;" "Christianitv Not of Man." 
Clergyman. ' d. 1890 



James Andrew Murdock''' 

A. B. 1857. 
Civil Engineer. 

Gilbert Edwin Pratt* 



d. 1906 

A. B. 1857 Union Univ. Capt. 8th Inf. Reg- 
iment, Mich. Vols., 61-62; Lieut. -Colonel 23d 
Inf. Regiment Mich. Vols., 62-63. See Theta 
57 
Lawyer. d. 1863 

Alfred Edgar Martindale Pnrdy* 

OjDA" 

M. D. 1861 Columbia. Acting Asst. Surg. U. 
S. Army, 62-63; Surg. New York Police, 63-73; 
Pres. of Board, "72-73; Consulting Phys. 
M. E. Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Sec. Med. Soc. 
County of New York, 68-78; Vice-Pres., 78-79; 
Pres. 79-81. Member Med. Soc. County of 
New York; New York Acad, of Medicine; New 
York Pathological Soc; Med. Soc. State of 
N. Y. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1913 



1858 



Thatcher Magoun Adams 



0co" 



.\. B. 1858 Yale and A. M. 1866. Scroll and 
Key. 3d Prize Brothers in Unity Debate, S3; 
2d, 54. Chairman Executive Committee, Y. M. 
C. A.. 67-88: Dir.. 70-75; Sec. New York Inst, 
for Deaf and Dumb, 68-88. Member Union 
Club. See Beta 58 
Lawver (retired). 
(63 E. 79th St., New Y'ork, N. Y.) 



Georo;e Zabriskie Gray* 



X Y v' 



A. B. 1858; A. M. 1861; D. D. 1876; B. D. 
1862 Philadelphia Divinity School. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Commencement Orator. Rector St. 
Thomas' Church, Vernon, N. J., 62-63; St. 
Paul's Church, Kinderhook, N. Y., 63-65; 
Trinity Church, Bergen Point, N. J., 65-76; 
Prof, of Systematic Divinity, Episcopal Theol. 
Scliool, Cambridge, Mass.; Dean, 76-89; 
Examining Chaplain, Diocese of N. J., 72-76. 
Author Psi Upsilon Song "Youth Comes But 
Once;" "History of the Children's Crusade;" 
"The .Scriptural Doctrine of Recognition in the 
\\'orld to Come;" "Husband and Wife, or the 
Theory of Marriage and its Consequences." 
Mcmbtr Am. Oriental. New England Historic- 
Genealogical and Am. Archsological Socs. 
Brother of Albert Zabriskie Gray, Delta 60 and 
John Clinton Gray, Delta 65. 
Clergyman. d. 1889 



Henry Winthrop Gray* 

Banker. 

Lawrence Hevworth Mills 



V m O' 

d. 1906 



i:aN 



T' 



A. B. 1858; A. M. 1863; D. D. 1885; B. D. 
1861 Theol. Sem. of Va.; A. M. 1888 hon- 
oris causa Univ. of Oxford. Commencement 
Poem. Asst. Minister St. Ann's Church, 
Brooklyn, N. V., 61-64; Rector, 64-67; St. 
John's C"hurch, Hartford. Conn., 67-72; Prof, 
of Zend Avesta Philology, Univ. of Oxford. 
Author "A Dictionary of the Gathic Language 
of the Zend Avesta;" "The Gathas of Zoroas- 
ter." 

Educator. 

University of Oxford; res. 218 Iffley Rd., Ox- 
ford, England. 

Samuel Bonsall Parish 

Initiated by the Xi 

Aaron Peck* a e // 

A. B. 1857 Coll. of N. J.; A. M. 1860. Dist. 
Sec. Am. Sunday School Union and Home 
Missionary Soc, Cleveland, Ohio, 64-68. Pas- 
tor, Perth Amboy, N. J., 69-78; Brooklyn, N. Y., 
78-81 
Clergyman. d. 1901 

1859 

Nathan Perkins Campfield* « r )/ 

A. B. 1859; B. D. 1863 Princeton Theol. Sem. 
Commencement Orator. Teacher, 59-60; Pastor, 
Cazenovia, N. Y'., 65-68. 
Clergyman. d. 1868 

Q £ M' 



Henry Coit Day* 



n. S. 1859; LL. B. 1860 Albany Law School. 
Lawyer. d- 1888 



Walter Raymond Marsh* 



A CO \>.' 



A. B. 1859; A. M. 1865; LL. B. 1860 Union 
Univ. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement Ora- 
tor. 1st Lieut. iSth Engineer Brigade, N. Y. 
Vols. 
Lawyer. d. 1872 

John Whitley Moore* X D w' 

A. B. 1859; LL. B. 1860 Union Univ. Phi 

Beta Kappa. Latin Salutatorian. 

Merchant. d. 1874 

Uriah Furman Rogers* T T B' 

A. B. 1859; LL. B. 1862. Phi Beta Kappa. 
English Salutatorian. Author "Love Divine" 
and "Jesus of Nazareth Passeth Bv." 

d. 1916 

Theophilus Paulding Saulnier* 9 D w 

Connected with Commissariat, U. S. .\rmy, 61- 

65. 

Banker. d, 1909 



1860 



Edward Abbott* 



X0 



A. B. 1860: D. D. 1890. Editor Eucleian. 
Member U. S. Sanitary Commission. Army of 
the Potomac, 62-63; Chaplain Boston City Insti- 
tutions, Deer Island, 63-64; Founder and Pas- 
tor Pilgrim Congregational Church, Cambridge; 
Member School Committee, 68-69; Chaplain 



I 



40 



DELTA CHAPTER 



[1860-62 



Mass. Senate, 72-73 • Trustee Soc. for Relief of 
Widows and Orphans of Deceased Clergymen 
of P. E. Church; Dir. Associated Charities, Cam- 
bridge; Vice Dean and Dean Eastern Convoca- 
tion, Diocese of Mass.; Member Missionary 
Council; Sec. Standing Committee, Diocese of 
Mass.; Pres. Indian Industries League; Rector 
St. James' Church, Cambridge, Mass., 79. 
Author "The Baby's Things;" "The Conversa- 
tions of Jesus;" ".\ Paragsaph History of the 
United States;" ''Paragraph History of the 
.American Revolution;" "RevoHitionary Times;"' 
"Long Look Books." Brother of Austin Abbott, 
Delta .SI. 
Clergyman. d. 1908 



George Danielson Baker* 



Xb 



A. B. 1860; B. D. 1863 Princeton Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1874 Olivet Coll. Oratorical Prize, 59; 
Pres. Eucleian. Chaplain 38th Regiment, Pa. 
Vols., 63; Pastor Watertovi^n, N. Y., 64-67; 
Oneida, 67-71; Detroit, Mich., 71-84; First 
Church, Philadelphia, Pa., 84-03. Father of 
William Corwin Baker, Delta 91 and brother of 
Frederic Baker, Delta 52. 
Clergyman. d. 1903 



Albert Zabriskie Gray''' 



TFB' 



Rufus King 



Edwin Peter March'^ 



Kf (0 



William Odell* 



Henry Beach Opdyke 



Ogden Seelye 

Clerk. 



Y^X' 



1861 



Henry ^Mortimer Brush* 

M. D. 1862. House Phys. 
pcnsary, New York, N. Y.; 
Med. Dept., 67-70. 
Physician and Surgeon. 



A. B. 1860; B. D. 1864 General Theol. Sem.; 
S. T. D. 1887, Columbia. Phi Beta Kappa. 
English Salutatorian. Chaplain 4th Mass. 
Cavalry, 64-65; Rector Christ Church, Bloom- 
field, N. J., 66-68; St. Philip's Church, Phillips- 
town, N. Y., 73-82; Warden Racine Coll. and 
Rector St. John's Collegiate Chapel, 82-89. 
Brother of George Zabriskie Gray, Delta 58 
and John Clinton Gray, Delta 65. 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1889 

TAX' 



Treas. and Sec. New York Genealogical and 
Biographical Soc, 77-80; \"ice-Pres., 93; Sec. 
St. Nicholas Club, 86; Founder of Yonkers His- 
torical and Library Assn., 91. Member An- 
tliropological Soc. of Yonkers, N. Y. ; Sons nf 
the Revolution; Soc. of Colonial Wars; St. 
Nicholas, New York Genealogical and Biographi- 
cal and Suffolk County Historical Socs. ; Amack- 
assin Club. 
222 N. Broadwav, Yonkers, N. Y. 



A. B. 1860; A. M. 1863 LTniv. of Rochester. 
Editor Ivterpres, 59. See Upsilon 69 
Merchant. 



d. 1882 

BXX' 

d. 1869 

X e a 

A. B. 1860. Phi Beta Kappa; Eucleian. 

Brother of Charles Wilson Opdyke and \\'i\- 

liam Stryker Opdyke, Delta 56 and uncle of 

.\lfred [Charles Post] Opdyke, Delta 90 and 

Ralph Opdyke, Delta 95. 

Banker (retired). 

416 W. 118th St., New York, N. Y. 



B n (0 

Northeastern Dis- 
Sec. Alumni Assn. 

d. 1917 



Daniel Drew Chamberlain' 



^' m Q' 



A. B. 1861; A. M. 1870 Wesleyan Univ. 
Trustee Wesleyan Univ., 65-80. Member New 
York Historical Soc. 
Farmer. d. 1907 



John Townsend Conolly'* 



LL. B. 1862 Columbia. Lieut. N. Y. Vols 
Lawyer. 



James Kilham Herrick^ 

Merchant. 



Xvr];' 

Is. 



Charles Hooker Lloyd* 



Be a' 



B. D. 1862 Princeton Theol. Sem. Evangelist 
New York, 62; Missionary to Africa; Aman- 
zimtote, 62-63; Uitivoti, 63-65. 
Clergyman. d. 1865 

George Ewbank Potts* F a 6' 

Merchant. d. 1870 

Robert Soutter* P F X' 

.Served in the Confederate .\rmy. 

Lawyer. d. 1873 

Charles William Woolsey* X R 7' 

Oratorical Prize, 60. Commencement Orator; 
Pres. Y. M. C. A., New York Univ. 1st 
Lieut. 164th Inf. Regiment, N. Y. Vols.; 
.Mde-de-Camn to (lenerals Williams, Grant, 
Burnside, Hooker and Meade; Chief of the 
Bureau of "Daily Memoranda ' Army of the 
Potomac; Acting Asst. Adjutant General; 
Brevet Capt., Major and Lieut-Colonel, 61- 
65; Minister Resident to Sweden and Nor- 
way; Special Agent Sanitary Commission; 
Sec. State Board of Charities for Westchester 
County, N. Y. 
Trustee. 

1862 

John Nicholas Alvord" P F $' 

Clerk. d. 1864 

William Henry Beadleston* B z W 

A. B. 1862. Phi Beta Kappa. Fourth Honor 
at Commencement. Father of Henry Calwell 
Beadleston, Beta 93 and William Langon 
Beadleston, Beta 95. 
Manufacturer. d. 1895 



Edward Read Burkhalter 



X c T 



A. B. 1862 Princeton and D. D. 1895; D. D. 
1884 Lenox Coll.; LL. D. 1906 Coe Coll. Com- 
mencement Orator. Instr. in Hebrew Union 
Theol. Sem., 73-74; Pastor. New Rochelle, N. 
Y., 70-76; First Church, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 76- 
15; Pastor Emeritus since 15; Pres. Board of 
Trustees Coe Coll. Member Fortnightly Club. 
Clerpvman. 
808 Third Ave., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 



Henrv Rankin Freeland 



B w B' 



A. B. 1862 Coll. of N. J. and A. M. 1865; LL. 

B. 1865 Columbia. 
Lawyer (retired). 

604 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. 



Frederick Hosford* 



XkB' 



.A. B. 1862. Phi Beta Kappa. Pres.- Eucleian; 
Junior Oration; Commencement Orator. 

d. 1856 



1862-65 1 



DELTA CHAPTER 



41 



Benjamin Henry Loder* X C A' 

Brotlier of Jeremiali Lodcr, Lambda 46. 
Accountant. d- 1^05 



Theodore West Mason 



Y^X' 



LL. B. 186.1 Albany Law Schi>ol. P.rother of 
Lewis Duncan Mason, Delta 6i and Edward 
DeWitt Mason, Delta 65. 
Lawyer (retired). 
Greenwich. Conn. 



Charles Osborne Phelps"^ 

LL. B. 1863 Columbia. 
Lawyer. 

Edward John Woolsey* 

Commencement Orator. 



X^ 



r 



Banker. 



1863 



d. 1883 

TAT' 

d. 1895 

A. B. 1863. Oratorical Prize, 62; Commence- 
ment Orator. Private 17th Inf. Regiment, 
X. Ci.. N. v., 63; Choir Master, Clinton Ave. 
Congregational Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 72-98. 
:Manufacturer. d. 1908 



WilHam Chester Jlaird* 



lames Brown Burnett''' 



A. B. 1863; A. M. and M. D. 1866. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Latin Prize, 60. Commencement 
Orator; Metcalf Prize (Mediful), 66. Instr. 
in Prof. Simoni's French Inst,, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
03; Med. Cadet, II. S. Army Med. Hosp., 63; 
House Pliys. Bellevue Hosp., 66-68; Visiting 
Phys. Children's Aid Soc, Newark, N. J., 69- 
75: St. Barnabas' Hosp.. Newark, 71-88. 
Author "Treatise on Life Insurance Examina- 
tion." Member Essex County (N. T.) Med. 
Soc; New Jersey Historical Soc; Sons Am. 
Revolution; New York Pathological Soc 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1909 



Lewis Duncan ^lason 



HLZ' 



A. B. 1863; M. D. 1866 L. I. Coll. Hosp. 
Surg, and Instr. in Surgery L. I. Coll. Hosp., 
"5-82; Member .Staff Inebriates' Home, Fort 
Hamilton, 66-82 and Consulting Phys., 82-94; 
Foreign Vice-Pres. Colonial and International 
Congress on Inebriety, London, 87: Honorary 
Vice-Pres. Med. Soc. for Study of Alcohol and 
Other Narcotics; Committee on Criminology; 
Dir. and \'ice-Pres. Brooklyn City Mission and 
Tract Soc; Pres. Brooklyn City Bible Soc; 
Dir. Am. Bible and New London Historical 
Sues.: Fellow New ^■ork Acad, of Medicine. 
Member Rembrandt Club; British Med. Soc; 
Societe de Medicine Mental de Belgique; Soc. 
for the Study and Cure of Inebriety, London ; 
.■\m. Med. Assn.; Med. Soc. of Kings County. 
Brother of Theodore W^est Mason. Delta 62 and 
Ivhvard DcWitt Mason. Delta 65. 
Physician. 
171 Joralemon St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Charles Augustus Sherman B X $' 

Member Union League Club. Brother of 

John Thomas Sherman. Lambda 74 and Ceorge 

Sherman, Lambda 75. 

Banker. 

74 Wall St.; res. 33 \V. 52d SVt., New York, 

N. Y. 

1864 
Edgar Stirling Auchincloss* A A H' 

Junior Oration. Dir. New York Deaf and 



Dumb Inst.; Samaritan Home for Aged; 
1st Lieu^. 71st Regiment, N. G., N. Y. Mem- 
ber New York Historical Soc. Father of 
Edgar Stirling Auchincloss, Beta 96, Hugh Au- 
chincloss, Beta 01, Charles Crooke Auchincloss, 
Beta 03 and James Coats and Gordon Auchin- 
closs, Beta 08 and brother of Frederic Lawton 
Auchincloss, Beta 71 and Hugh Dudley Auchin- 
closs. Beta 79. 
Merchant. d. 1892 

Enos Melancthon Barton"'' 

Initiated by the Upsilon 



Cornelius Ryckman Blauvelt 



,iDZ' 

A. B. 1864; A. M. 1871; Ph. D. 1871. Phi 
Bfta Kappa. Pres. Y. M. C. A., New York 
Univ., 64; English Salutatorian. Pastor East 
New York, 68-74; Newark, N. J., 74-77. 
Clergyman (retired). 
100 South Broadway, Nyack, N. Y. 

William Whiteman Halloway* X D V 

A. B. 1864; D. D. 1891; B. D. 1867 New 
Brunswick Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Oratorical Prize, 63; Commencement Orator. 
Pastor, Belleville, N. J., 67-71; Jersey City, 71- 
76; Dover, 76-88; Vice-Moderator Synod of 
N. J. Member N. J. Historical Soc. 
Clergyman. d. 1914 



William Weyman Mali* 



AilT 



Brother of Henrv William Theodore Mali, 

Delta 65. 

.Merchant. d. 1878 

1865 

Benjamin Holmes Bayliss* 

X 5^ x X X X .s X X X X x s X ; ^ C H' 

A. !M. 1886. Pres. Eucleian; Junior Oration; 
Commencement Orator. Member Executive 
Council of Psi Upsilon, 83-97; Pres. Brooklyn 
Sunday School Union, 77-82; Trustee and Vice- 
Pres. Berkeley Inst., Brooklyn, N. Y., 86; 
Reincorporated the Theta Chapter, 65. ' Mem- 
ber Psi Upsilon Club. Father of Lucien 
Holmes Bayliss, Xi 91 and Harold Holmes Bay- 
liss. Delta 98 and grandfather of Ralph Brad- 
ford Bayli.ss, Xi 18. 
Lawyer. d. 1897 

Rufus Wheelwright Clark, Jr.* [i f Z' 

A. B. 1865 W^illiams Coll. and A. M. 1868; B. 
D. 1868 General Theol. Sem. Rector St. 
John's Church, Portsmouth, N. H., 68-71; 
Trinity Church, Columbus, Ohio, 71-77; St. 
Paul's Church, Detroit, Mich., 77-88; Trustee 
Kenyon Coll., 73-75. Father of Rufus Wheel- 
wrisiht C'ark, Ir,, I'lii 00 anil William Dennisun 
Clark, Phi 07." 
Clergyman. d. 1886 



Alexander Denham' 



A. B. 1865. 
Merchant. 



Commencement Orator. 



QyZ' 



XeZ' 



John Clinton Gray* 

A. B. 1865; A. M. 1868; LL. B. 1866 Harvard. 
Assoc. Judge, Court of Appeals, New York, 
88-13. Member New York Historical Soc; 
.Xew York State Bar Assn.; Fellow National 
Acad, of Design; Metropolitan Museum of Art 
and Museum of Natural History, City of New 
York. Brother of George Zabriskie Gray, Delta 
58 and Albert Zabriskie Gray, Delta 60. 
Lawyer. d. 1915 



I 



42 



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[1865-69 



John Shaw lioey* 
Samuel Evan Johnson* 

Clerk. 



rsr 

d. 1896 



Henry Wilham Theodore Mali* 

XDS' 

Capt. 20th Inf. Regiment ?ilass. Vols., 64-65. 
Brother of William Wevman Mali, Delta 64. 
Merchant. ' d. 1899 

Edward DeWitt Mason* T y] Z' 

Brother of Theodore West Mason, Delta 62 

and Lewis Duncan Mason, Delta 6o. 

Executor. d. 1900 

James Lefferts Millard* y. S S' 

Private 13th Inf. Regiment, N. Y. Vols., 
63-64; Member Board of Education, Riverhead, 
N. Y., 76; Justice of the Peace, 78; Clerk Board 
of Supervisors, Suffolk Lounty, 80-88. 
Clerk. d. 1895 

William Forbes Morsfan* 



NXNKN;KaZ' 



A. B. 1865; LL. B. 1878 Columbia. Member 
Executive Council of Psi Upsilon, 69-74; Co- 
F.ditor ".Seventh (ieneral Catalogue." Mem- 
ber St. James (London') and Knickerbocker 
(New York) Clubs. Brother of Edward Isaiah 
Morgan, Delta 67. 
Lawyer. d. 1916 



Edward Leonard NicolP' 

Merchant. 

Thomas Stokes 



XaE' 

d. 1908 

He?' 



Ph. B. 1865. Eucleian. Member Seventh Reg- 
iment as Colonel, Senior Aide and Chief of 
Staff, 75-77; Chief of Staff and Asst. Inspr., 
N..Y. State Militia, 77-79; N. Y. State Commis- 
sioner French Exposition, 78. 
Builder. 

(262 W. 72d St.; res. The Ansonia. New York, 
N. Y.) 

1866 



Paul Mortimer Sandstrom Brown* 

TcZ' 

Ph. D. 1864 Univ. of Upsala. 
Merchant. 



Alfred Neilson* 

A. B. 1866. Pres. Eucleian. 
Broker. 



d. 1912 



Charles Yates Roosevelt* BAT 

U. S. Consul, Copen- 
d. 1883 



A. B. 1866; A. M. 1869. 
hagen, Denmark, 66-67. 



Nicholas Latrobe Roosevelt 



Hp. e' 



Graduate U. S. Naval Acad. 68. Midshipman 
U. S. Navy, 64-69; Ensign, 69; Asst. Inspr. of 
Ordnance, New York Navy Yard, 69-70; Master 
U. S. Navy, 71; Lieut., 73-74. Member U. S. 
Naval Inst. 
Agent. 



1867 



Edward Nichols Bement 



T c H' 

Member City Club. Brother of Robert Bunker 
Coleman Bement, Delta 68. 
Investments. 

D'Esopo Bldg.; res. 25 S. Marshall St., Hart- 
ford, Conn. 



Frederick Arrowsmith Camerden'' 



rc:s' 



Merchant. 



James Peers Foster 



B g H' 

LL. B. 1873 Columbia; D. C. L. 1878 Univ. 
of Berlin. Author "Public Lands of United 
.States Compared with Public Lands of Rome." 
Member Psi Upsilon Club. Father of Howard 
Peers Foster, Delta 99. 
Lawyer (retired"). 
Oradell, N. J. 



De'ta 65. 
d. 1914 



Edward Isaiah Morgan* 

Brother of William Forbes Morgan, 
Clerk. 

1868 



Robert Bunker Coleman Bement 

Ace' 

C. E. 1869 Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst. 
Engineer Water Works. Charleston, W. \'a., 
85-86; Major of Engineers. U. S. \'nls., 
98-99. Member Minnesota, Town and Country, 
and University (New York) Clubs. Brother of] 
Edward Nichols Bement, Delta 67. 
^fanufacturer. 
Robinson, Cary & .Sands, Corner 4th and 
Wnconta .Sts.; res. 27 .Summit Court, .St. Paul, 
Minn. 



Allen Howard Crosbv"^ 



Merchant. 



^'ce 

d. 1886 

OcF 

Brother of Thaddeus Halstcd jSIyers, Beta 81. 
Merchant. 



John Kirtland Mvers* 



A^ernon King- Stevenson, Jr.* 

Broker. 

1869 



w n r 



George Baldwin Newell* 



[xf K' 

A. M. 1881 honoris causa: B. D. 1872 Union 
Theol. Sem.; LL. B. 1875 Columbia. Pres. 
Eucleian. Acting Pastor, .Atlantic City, N. J., 
72; Greenwich, Conn., 72-73. IM'embcr New 
York City Bar Assn.. 75. 
Lawver. d. 1907 



George Palen 

Real Estate. 

15 Wall St.; res. 

York. N. Y. 



- b K' 



197 Madison Ave., New 



1870-76J 



DELTA CHAPTER 



43 



1870 



George Zabriskie 



N N ■ Q C M' 



LL. B. ISTo Columbia; 1). C. L. 1892 Univ. of 
the South. Eucleian. Freshman Latin Prize; 
Commencement Orator. Member Executive 
Council of Psi Upsilon, 74-76. Member Century, 
University, City and Church Clubs; Down 
Town Assn. Brother of Cornelius Blauvelt 
Zabriskie, Delta, 78 and Albert Romeyn 
Zabriskie, Lambda 83. 
Lawyer. 

49 Wall St.; res. 23 Gramercy Park, New York, 
N. Y. 



1872 

William Aikman, Jr.* 



li u [;.' 



B. S. 1872. Phi Beta Kappa. Sec. Eucleian; 
1st Butler Eucleian Prize, 69-71; 1st Loring 
Andrews Prize, 71; English Salutatorian. 
Son of William Aikman, Delta 46 and uncle of 
Aikman Armstrong. Phi 01 and Henry Irwin 
Armstrong, Phi 09. 
Lawyer. d. 1913 

George Chesternian Eyland, Jr. v s (o 

Banker. 
(Akron, Iowa.) 



John Conger Freeman* 

Student. 



d. 1875 



George Jewett Rockwell /. X co " 

A. B. 1872; A. M. 1875. 3d Fellowship. Prof, 
of ^letallurgy and Chemistry, Univ. of Tokio, 
Japan, 75-76; Member Transit of Venus Ex- 
pedition, 74. 

Engineer and Metallurgist. 
318 \V. 17th St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

1873 



Henry Brooks Elhvanger* 



Author "The Rose." Brother of William De- 

lanccy Ellwanger, Beta 76. 

Nurseryman. d. 1883 



1874 

Samuel Leslie Beckley 

Initiated by the Beta 

1875 

Isaac Franklin Russell 



B::A" 

A. B. 1875; LL. B. 1877; A. M. 1878; J. D. 
1904: LL. M. 1879 Vale and D. C. L. 1880: LL. 
D. 1893 Dickinson. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta 
Phi. Latin Salutatorian; Pres. Eucleian; 
Kent Club (Yale); Butler Eucleian Essay 
Prize; 1st Prizeman (law), New York Univ., 
77: Doctor's Oration (Yale), 80. Prof. Politi- 
cal Science, New York Univ., 81-95, Law since 
95; General Recorder Am. Social Science 
Ae.sn., 07-10; Chief Justice, Special Sessions, 
10-16. .Author "Outline Study of Law" and 
"Cases on Measure of Damages." Member 
Brooklyn Inst.; Long Island Historical Soc; 
Am. Social Science: Am. and Brooklyn Bav 
Assns. : Lawyers', University and Invincible 
(Brooklyn) Clubs. Father of Franklin Ferriss 



Rus.seli, Delta 11 and George Phelps Russell, 
Delta 17^ and brother of William Henry Rus- 
sell, Ddta 75 and Charles Erickson Russell, 
Delta 82. 
Lawyer. 

32 Franklin St., New York; res. 422 Greene 
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



William Henry Russell 



IcO)" 

A. B. 1875; M. D. 1877; A. M. 1878. Eucleian. 
Junior Oration; Dissertation at Commencement. 
Pres. Florida State Teachers' Assn.; Princi- 
pal, High School. Brother of Isaac Franklin 
Russell, Delta 75 and Charles Erickson Russell, 
Delta 82 and uncle of Franklin Ferriss Russell, 
Delta 11 and George Phelps Russell, Delta 17. 
Educator. 
610 Centre St., Fernandina, Fla. 



Richard Wilson Stevenson 



7:eA" 



A. B. 1875: LL. B. 1877; A. M. 1891. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Eucleian. English Salutatorian; 
Junior Oration; 3d Fellowship: Represen- 
tative, Intercollegiate Literary Assn., 74-75. 
Lawyer. 
(Cedarhurst, N. Y.) 



Richard George Wiener 



Bez" 



A. B. 1875; A. M. 1878; M. D. 1878 Columbia. 

Attending Phys. Harlem Hosp. .Member .\eau. 

of .Medicine; Pathological, Obstetrical and Am. 

Med. Assns.; Psi Upsilon and Harmonie Clubs. 

Physician. 

48 E. 6Sth St., New York, N. Y. 



1876 

Henry Clay Alvord 



QAS 

A. B. 1876; A. M. 1879; B. D. 1879 Hartford 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa; Philomathean. 
Cireek Salutatorian: 2d Fellowship at Gradua- 
tion; Representative, Intercollegiate Literary 
Assn. Pastor of Old South Congregational 
Church, 86-17. 
Clergyman. 
524 Pleasant St., South ^^"eymoutll, Mass. 



Baldwin Gardner Cooke* 



OtuZ" 



B. S. and C. E. 1876; M. D. 1879 Columbia. 
Capt. Baseball, 75-76; Butler Essay Prize, 75; 
AVebster Oratorical Prize, 75. Sanitary Board 
New York, 81; Examiner in Lunacy. Member 
New York County Med. Assn. and Harlem 
Med. Soc. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1914 



William Miles Ferguson* 

Manufacturer. 



r s y 

d. 1900 

Charles Ouackenbush Freeman T S Z" 

]'.. S. in C. E. 1876. Philomathean. Member 

Psi Upsilon. Genesee Valley (Rochester) and 

Pickwick (New Orleans) Clubs. 

Engineer (retired). 

236 E. 87th St.; res. 69 E. 92d St., New York, 

N. Y. 



John Foster Keeler* 



6) TC E ' 



Merchant. 



Edwin Botts Rice 



TLT" 

A. B. 1876; A. M. 1879; B. D. 1879 Theol. Sem. 
of Va. Eucleian. 2d Prize in Oratory; Com- 
mencement Oration; Representative in Inter- 
collegiate Literary Assn., 75-76. S'enior Asst. 



44 



DELTA CHAPTER 



Minister Church of Holy Trinity, New York T9- 
^f'n^^'^-,??°'"*^®'''^ ^"^ Foreign Missionary Soc. 
«, o ; '^•„<-'i"'"ch; Rector Grace Churcli, Jamaica, 
«^-y2; Sec and Treas. Clergymen's Mutual 
insurance League. 
Clergyman. 

281, 4th Ave., New York; res. 212 X. Fulton 
Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

1877 



William Livingston Clark w c Y' 

A. B 1877; A M. 1879; LL. B. 1879 Colum- 
bia. Member Psi Upsilon, Lotos and Yountakah 
Country Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

35 Nassau St., New York, N. Y.; res 135 La- 
fayette Ave., Passaic, N. J. 



Douglas Conklin 



IsZ": 



B. S. and C. E. 1877; LL. B. 1880 Union 
Lniv. Clerk lown of Huntington; Commis- 
.sioner ot Public Schools, 81-88. Member Psi 
Upsilon, Huntington Country, Huntington Bay 
Golf and Marine Clubs. 
Banker. 

Bank of Huntington, Main St.; res. West Neck 
Ave., Huntington, N. Y. 

James Henry Darlington Q z T" 

iV ^- ^^^/'t,P- °- '^^^: ^^- M. 1878 Princeton 
Univ and Ph. D. 1884; B. D. 1880 Princeton 
Iheol. .Stm.; LL. D. 1905 St. John's Coll. 
Annapolis; LL. D. 1906 Dickinson Coll. Pres 
Philomathean and Eucleian Socs. Choirmas- 
ter and Leader of Glee Club; Butler Essay 
^^'^^^ (3); Commencement Orator; N Y 
Univ. Representative, Intercollegiate Contest in 
Essay Writing and Mental Science, Tl . Pas- 
tor First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, N Y 
80-81; Asst. Minister, Christ Episcopal Church! 
Brooklyn, 82-83; Rector, 83-88; Chaplain 47th 
Regiment N. (;.. N. V. eight years; .\rchdeacon 
of Northern Brooklyn; Chaplain Huguenot Soc. 
of America; P. E. Bishop Diocese of Harris- 
burg; Vice-Pres. Sons of Revolution and Actors' 
Church Alliance; Chairman Conservation 
League. Member Rhode Island Order of Cin- 
cinnati; Soc. of Colonial Wars; Church, Han- 
over, Harrisburg County, Newport Golf, New- 
port Civic and Westminster (London) Clubs 
l-ather of Elliott Christopher Beams Darlington 
Lambda 16. j^ . 

Protestant Episcopal Bishop. 

The See House; res. 321 N. Front St.. Harris- 
burg, Pa. 

Millard Fillmore Funkhouser* Q c E 

Member City Council (Omaha. Nebr.); Board 
of Education. Brother of Robert Monroe Funk- 
houser and Tilden Selmes Funkhouscr, Zeta 71 
Keal Estate and Insurance. d. jgjy 



Alfred Coles Haven 



TcT" 



^ i^oi^^L^^'"'^*^"^^ ^'"'^'- a""^! l"''- ^I- and M 
D 1880 Treas. Athletic Assn., 75-76; Editor 
_ The Umverstty Herald, 76-77; Sophomore 
Declamation, 75; Junior Orator. 76; Pipe Ora- 
*?■■ \"\ Commencement Orator. Pres. and 

on*',-o H'"i, ^°"l'*y ^^'"^- S"c.; Health Officer. 
90-12; Fellow Am. Acad, of INIedicine. Mem- 
ber Illinois .State Med., San Francisco County 
Med. and Lake County Med. Socs.; Am Med 
Assn.; Onvventsia Country and Phvsicians 
(Chicago) Clubs. Brother of Otis Erastus 
Haven, Phi 80 and Theodore Woodruff Haven 
Pi 81. See Pi 77. ' 

Physician and Surgeon. 
Washington Rd., Lake Forest, 111 



luhvard Knapp Hayt 



[1876-78 
NSH" 

A. B. 1877; A. M. 1880. Phi Beta Kappa. 2d 

l-ellowship, 77; Latin Sakitatorian. Member 
7th Regiment, N. G.. N. Y., 75-81. 
Manufacturer. 
(Patterson, N. Y.) 

John Manning McCandless Q 7 T" 

A. B. 1877. Vice-Pres. Philomathean; Junior 
Oration; Commencement Speaker. City Chem- 
ist, Atlanta, Ga„ 85-98; State Chemist, 98 
Chemist. 
(66 Old Capitol Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.) 

Hugh P.ournonville MacCauley 

'; Q t: T"J 

A B 1877; D D. 1895; B. D. 1881 Uniott 
Iheol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. Sec. Philol 
mathean; Pres. Eucleian. Commencement 
()rator. Member Executive Council of Psi Vp\ 
silon. 81-82; Representative. Intercollegiate 
Literary Assn., 76-77; Regent, 77; Sec, 77-80- in 
Sec. Inter-Church Federation of N. J. Member " 
Committee on Life and Work of General As- 
sembly of Presbyterian Church in U. S. A 
--\uthor "The \\'cstminster Standards." 
Clergyman. 

Second Presbyterian Church of Paterson • res 
32S Elli.son St., Paterson, N. J. 

Isaac Meigs Bragg Thompson T c E" 

A B 1877; A M. 1880; B. D. 1881 Union 

Iheol. S'em. Phi Beta Kappa. First Fellow- 

■ship, 77. Member Phi Beta Kappa Alumni in 

New York. 

Clergyman (retired). 

65 Western Ave., Morristown, N. J. 

George Langford Wiley X e E, 

A. B. 1877 Princeton and A. M. 1880 Clio 

Brother of O.sgood Sherman Wiley, Delta 78 

insurance. 

346 Broadway, New York. N. Y • res "i0 S 

Walnut St., East Orange, N. J. 

1878 

Charles Gifford Buckley* A c Z" 

A B^ 1878; A. M. 1881; LL. B. 1880 Columbia. 
Fhi Beta Kappa. Junior Oration; Commence- 
ment Orator. 
Lawyer. ,,^ jg94 



William Journeav Roome 



B s Z' 



B. S. 1878. Commencement Orator; 1st Orator- 
ical Prize. 78; Editor Uiiivcrsitv Quartcrlv. 
Alember Psi Upsi'on. Univcrsitv. Republicali. 
New \ork Athletic. The Pilgrims and Oakland 
Golf Clubs. 
Banker. 

79 W. 23d St.; res. 101 E. 57th St.. New York. 
N. Y. 



Henry Hull Spies 



T c Z" 



Phi Beta Kappa; 
Orator. Member 



B. S. and C. E. 1878. 

Eucleian. Commencement 

Phi Beta Kappa Soc. 

Merchant. 

96 Broadway, New York, N. Y. ; res. 119 S 

Mountain Ave., Montclair, N. J. 

Edward Augustus VanZandt T y H" 

Buyer. 

Cornelius Stack. 64 W. 23d St ; res 419 W 

154th St., New York, N. Y. 



1878-80] 



DELTA CHAPTER 



45 



Osgood Sherman Wiley* 



(]; 111 Z 



IJrotlier of George Langfoicl Wiley, Delta 77 . 

d. 1903 



Henry Darlington W'inant 



QsT 



Brotlier of Frederick Vane Darlington Winant, 

Lambda 86. 

Real Estate. 

546 Madison Ave.; res. 571 Park Ave., New 

York, N. Y. 



Robert Triplett Yeanian 



roe" 

Brother of Stephen Minor Yeaman, Delta 78. 

Lawyer. 

Samuels BIdg. ; res. 516 Pine St., Trinidad, 

Colo. 

Stephen Minor Yeaman* V C P 

Brother of Robert 



B. S. 1878; LL. B. 1880. 
Triplett Yeaman, Delta 78. 
Lawver. 



d. 1912 



Comelius Rlauvelt Zabriskie T c Z" 

A. B. 1878. Eucleian. Editor University 
Quarterly; Lacrosse; Bursar and Registrar Gen- 
eral Theol. Sem. since OS. Member Hacken- 
sack Golf Club and Arctic Brotherhood. Brother 
of George Zabriskie, Delta 70 and Albert 
Romeyn Zabriskie, Lambda Si. 
Bursar and Registrar. 

General Theological Seminary, 175 Ninth Ave.; 
rts. 436 \V. 20th St., New York. N. Y. 



1879 



George Lord Bell* 



HGK' 



Plii Beta Kappa. Junior Exhibition Orator; 

Editor U)nversitv Qiiartcrlv, 78. 

Student. ' ' d. 1878 

Ernest Fitzyale Birmingham H F K' 

A. B. 1879; A. 'ST. 1882. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Eucleian. Junior Orator; Commencement 
Orator; Editor-in-Chief University Quarterly ; 
Permanent Class Sec. Member Psi L'psilon. 
New York Athletic, Atlantic Yacht, New York 
Press, Hardware, New Rochelle Yacht, Bos- 
ton City. Calumet (Chicago) and National Press 
(Washington) Clubs. 
Publisher. 

The Fourth Estate, 232 W. 59th .St.; res. New 
York Athletic Club, New York, N. Y. 



Fernando Herboso 

B. S. and C. E. 1879. 
Civil Engineer. 

\\'illis Fletcher Johnson 



3BV 



A m S" 

A. B. 1879; L. H. M. 1895; A. M. 1891 
Dickinson; L. H. D. 1901. Pres. State Civil 
Service Commission, N. J., 08-12; Member of 
Council, N. Y. Univ. since 98; Honorary Prof, 
of History of Am. Foreign Relations, New 
York LTniv., since 13. Author "A Century of 
Expansion;" "Four Centuries of the Panama 
Canal;" "America's Foreign Relations." 
Journalist, Author and Educator. 
154 Nassau St.. New York. N. Y. ; res. Firleigh 
Hall, New Providence, N. J. 



Charles David Mandeville 



5 m t; 

yi. D. 1887 Dartmouth. Interne Presbyter- 
ian Hosp., New York, 81-83; Attending Phys. 



Colored llosp. anil New York Home for 
Convalescents; Lecturer on Surgery, New York 
Post Graduate Med. School. Member Dart- 
mouth and University Clubs. Brother of 
Henrv Addison Mandevilie. Delta 79. 
I'hvsician and .Surgeon. 
298 Mulberry St., Newark, N. J. 

Henry Addison Mandevilie* AeS 

M. D. 1881 Columbia. Interne Presbvteriaii 
Hosp., New York, 81-83; Attending " Phys. 
Colored Hosp. and New Y'ork Home for Con- 
valescents. Member New York County Med. 
Soc; New York Acad, of Med.; New York 
Pathological Soc. and Manhattan Med. and 
Surgical Soc. Brother of Charles David 
:Mandeville, Delta 79. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1903 

\\'illiam Hull Wells* T c H" 

Member Psi Upsilon Club. 
Clerk. 

1880 

Charles Sumner Benedict X v I" 

A. B. 1880: ^l. D. 1883; ^L D. 1882 L^niv. of 
Vt. Eucleian. Editor-in-Chief University 
Quarterly; Representative Intercollegiate Lit- 
erary Assn. Phys. and Surg., St. Vincent's 
Hosp., 82-83; Asst. to Chair of Surgery, Post- 
graduate Hosp., 83-90; Chief Inspr. Health 
Dept., New York, 95-98. Member Psi Upsilon 
and Quill ''New York) and City (New Ro- 
chelle") Clubs. 
Physician. 

30 E. 42d St.. New York; res. 648 Webster 
Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Leslie Moore Daniel to $ x 

A. B. 1880. Member Park Club. 

Lawyer. 

68 Broad St., New York, N. Y.; res. 606 W. 

8th St., Plainfield, N. J. 

Joseph Kingsley Dix* T J y,^ 

Brother of Samuel Morris Dix, Delta 81. 
Merchant. d. 1886 



Samuel Alden Eddv 



Bpi:' 



A. B. 1880. Eucleian. Junior Orator; Edi- 
tor University Quarterly, 79-80. Sec. Conn. Re- 
publican State Central Committee; Pres. Conn. 
Commi.-sion to Jamestown Exposition; Member 
and Sec. Local School Board. Author "Gen- 
eral Index of Special Laws of Connecticut." 
Agent L^. S. Internal Revenue. 
746 Custom House, New York, N. Y. ; res. 
Canaan, Conn. 



Cuvler Freeman* 



T e P ■ 



Son of Samuel Thurston Freeman, Theta 50. 
Stenographer. d. 1900 



John Hardy Gilbert* 



K\o" 



A. B. 1880. Sec. and Vice-Pres. Eucleian; 
Editor University Quarterlv, 79-80. Author 
"The Palma." Member of Psi Upsilon Club. 
Student. d. 1896 



John Cooly Halstead* 



r-s P" 



A. B. 1880: M. D. 1883. Member New York 

County Med. Soc. 

Physician and Surgeon. d. 1903 



46 



DELTA CHAPTER 



[1880-82 



Edward Alvah Alason 



TpLC 

A. B. 1880; B. D. 1883 Newton Theol. Inst. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. Ex- 
ecutive Sec. Kurn Hattin Home. 
Clergyman. 

Trust Company Bldg. ; res. 35 Pine St., Bellows 
Falls, Vt. 

Henry Prentice Morrison X R O 

B. S. and C. E. 1880. Pres. Philomathean Soc; 
Junior Exhibition Orator; Intercollegiate Ora- 
tor, 80; 2d Prize; Commencement Prize. Lec- 
turer New York Univ., Roads and Pavements; 
Commissioner of Public Works, Borough of 
Richmond, City of New York. Member Am. 
S'oc. Civil Engineers; Arts and Sciences Assn.; 
Staten Island Civic League and Maryland Gun 
Club. 

Engineer. 

Borough Hall, St. George; res. 533 Bway., West 

New Brighton, N. Y. 



Louis Pfenning* 

Phi Beta Kappa. 
Civil Engineer. 

George Law Richmond 



QJO" 



d. 1882 



x$ 



A. B. 1880; D. D. 1910; B. D. 1883 Princeton 
Theol. Sem. Eucleian. Pastor 1st Presby- 
terian Church. 
Clergyman. 
513 Birch St., Boonton, N. J. 



William Henry Roberts* 



ARK 

A. B. 1880; A. M. 1885; A. B. 1881 ad eundcin, 
Coll. of N. J. Phi Beta Kappa. Sec. Eucleian; 
Commencement Orator. 
Student. d. 1894 



1881 



Benjamin Aycrigg, Jr.* 



X cr K" 



A. B. 1881; A. M. 1883; LL. B. 1884 Columbia. 

Vice-Pres. Eucleian. 

Lawyer. 



Benjamin Avery Capwell 



A. B. 1881; A. M. 1883. Phi Beta Kappa; Eu- 
cleian (Pres.). Editor University Quarterly; 
Commencement Orator; Lacrosse. 
Real Estate. 

529 Main St.; res. 1415 Owen Ave., Racine, 
Wis. 



Samuel Morris Dix 



ran' 



R. S. 1881: M. S. 1888. Commissioner of 
Education, New York, 02-06; Trustee and Treas. 
1st Presbyterian Church, Stapleton, N. Y. (15 
years.) Member City, LTnderwriters'. Univer- 
sity Glee, Psi Upsilon, Staten Island, Clifton 
Boat and Fox Hills Golf (Staten Island) 
Clubs; Union League (Chicago); Assn. of 
Arts and Sciences; Am. Geographical Soc; 
Am. Economic, School Garden and N. Y. 
State Forestry Assns. ; National Security, and 
Staten Island Civic Leagues. Brother of 
Joseph Kingsley Dix, Delta 80. 
Accountant. 

45 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. ; res. 84 
Tnuiiscnd Ave., Stapleton, N. Y. 



George Martin Duncan 



Xc3" 



A. B. 1881; A. M. 1884; LL. D. 1901; B. D. 
1884 Yale. Two Eucleian Prizes; Salutatorian ; 



2d Fellowship on Graduation; 1st Scholarship 
Prize, 84; Graduate Fellow at Yale, 84-85; 
Instr. in Mental and Moral Philosophy, 88-91; 
Asst. Prof., 91-94; Prof., 94-04; Prof, of Logic 
and Metaphysics Yale since 04; Chairman Sec- 
tion Logic, World's Congress Arts and Sciences, 
St. Louis, 04; Fellow Am. Assn. Advancement 
of Science. Author "President Porter as a 
Philosopher." Member Am. Philosophical Soc; 
Am. Psychological Assn. (Council 03-06) ; Con- 
necticut Acad. Sciences. 
Educator. 
299 Edwards St, New Haven, Conn. : 

Edward Lawrence Frost X C S" 

A. B. 1881; LL. B. 1883 Columbia. Philo- 
mathean. 
Lawyer. 

215 Montas;ue St., Brooklyn; res. Floral Park, 
N. Y. ^ 



Tdn" 

d. 1895 



Egbert Guernsey, Jr.* 

Clerk. 

George Hannum Hazen •/ t v. 

A. B. 1881; A. M. 1884. Philomathean. Edi- 
tor University Quarterly, 80-81. Member Uni- 
versity Club. 
Publisher. 

The Crowell Publishing Co., 381 Fourth Ave.; 
res. 99 Claremont Ave., New York, N. V. 

Julian Numes Henriques T S O^ 

A. B. 1881. Sec. and Treas. Mount Washing- 
ton Collegiate Assn. 
454 W. 144th St., New York, N. Y. 

Eugene Frederick Pearce* 1\I a A^ 

A. B. 1881; M. D. 1883 Long Island Coll. 
Hosp. Phi Beta Kappa. 1st Fellowship, 81 
Valedictorian. Interne Long Island Coll. Hosp. 
82-84; Ambulance Surg., Brooklyn, 83-84; Ap 
pointed to Surgical Chair, Long Island Coll 
Hosp. Dispensary, 86. Member Psi Upsilon 
Club. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1914 



Horatio Moses VanSant 



B$M 



A. B. 1881. Chairman Committee of One Hun- 
dred on Vice Conditions in Newark. 
Insurance. 

786 Broad St.; res. 329 N. 7th St., Newark, 
N. J. 

Frederick Seymour Wheeler X X K 

A. B. 1881 Northwestern Univ. 

INIanufacturer. 

American Can Co., 120 Bwav.. New York; res. 

Rye, N. Y. 



1882 



Henry Francis Bell 



-^ t y. 



A. B. 1882. Eucleian. Member Hamilton and 
Areola Country Clubs; Bankers' Club of 
America (New York). 
Banker. 

140 Market St.; res. 497 River St., Paterson, 
N. J. 



Ira Hutchinson Brainerd 



W Q t." 



B. S. 1882. Philomathean. Editor-in-Chief 
University Quarterly, 81-82. Author "Index to 
Von Hoist's Constitutional History of U. S.;" 
"Mcmoria! to Edwin Davis French." Member 



1882-83] 



DELTA CHAPTER 



47 



Kci>uhlicaii, Union League, Grolier and Drug 

and Chemical Clubs; Bar Assn. of the City of 

New York; International Law Assn. 

Lawyer. 

yj \Villiam St.; res. 11 W. 88th St., New York, 

N. Y. 

Edwin Muhlenburg Bulkley y t] h 

Trustee Union Theol. Sem. of New York, 
Northfield Schools and Board Foreign Missions 
Presbyterian Church. Member Down Town 
, Assn.; Metropolitan, City Midday, Knicker- 
bocker, Country. Englewood, Englewood Coun- 
try and Englewood Field Clubs. 
Banker. 

Spencer Trask & Co., 25 Broad St., New York, 
N. Y.; res. Englewood, N. J. 



James Horace Fish* 

Member Psi Upsilon Club. 
Stenographer. 



d. 1896 



Alclen [Alexander] Freeman A F N^ 

B. S. 1882; M. S. 1887. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Eucleian. Editor-in-Chief University Quarterly, 
80-81: Organizer Citizens' LTnion of East 
Orange: Sec, 02-08. Author "A Year in Poli- 
tics;" Co- Author "Forerunners of Woodrow 
Wilson." Member Metropolitan, LMiiversity, 
Players', National Arts, Reform, City, Trans- 
portation and New York Yacht Clubs; Soc. of 
the Cincinnati; Mayflower Descendants; Col- 
onial \\'ars; Huguenot, New England and &t. 
Nicholas Socs. 
Retired. 
101 S. Munn Ave., East Orange, N. J. 



Robert Winfield Higbie 



^QQ 



A. B. 1882; A. M. 1888. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Philomathean. Valedictorian. Pres. Chamber 
nf Commerce, Borough Queens, 13-15 and Na- 
tional Lumber Dealers' Assn., 10-11. Member 
Commission on Heights of Bldgs. and on City 
Planning. Member Lawyers' and Jamaica Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

45 Broadway, New York; res. "Hillview," 
Highland Ave., Jamaica, N. Y. 

Lliarles Harris [Gelston] Jones F d K 

A. B. 1882; A. M. 1885; B. D. 1885 Union 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa; Eucleian. Jun- 
ior Oration; Commencement Orator. Chaplain 
id Inf. Regiment N. T. \'ols. ; Pastor, Newark, 
X. J. (Woodside), 85." 
Clergyman. 
West Cape May, N. J. 

Clarence William Perry X 1 O 



Lawyer. 

\ incent Pisek 



^WQ 



A. B. 1882; D. D. 1903; B. D. 1883 Union 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. 2d Fellowship; 
Greek Salutatorian. Pastor Bohemian Church, 
New ^■ork, N. Y., since 83: Trustee and Treas, 
Slavonic Immigrant Soc; Member Slavonic Na- 
tional Soc. .Author "Radost." Brother of (God- 
frey Roger Pisek, Delta 94. 
Clergyman. 
347 E. 74th St., New York, N. Y. 



Charles Erickson Russell 



7 f ■"-. 



LL. B. 1882. Brother of Isaac Franklin Rus- 
sell and William Henry Russell, Delta 75 and 
uncle of Franklin Ferriss Russell, Delta 11 and 
George Phelps Russell, Delta 17. 
Lawyer. 
350 Fulton St.. Jamaica: res. Sea Cliff, N. Y. 



John Lee^ Ticknor* 



Editor University Quarterly, 79-80. 
Student. 



1883 



fames Abbott 



V r 0^ 

d. 1882 

QgA" 

A. B. 1883. Phi Beta Kappa; Eucleian. 
Junior and Commencement Orator. Editor 
University Quarterly, 82-83. Chairman of 
.\lumni Million Dollar Fund for New York 
L^niv. : Member of Council and Treas. General 
Alumni Soc; Pres. Yonkers Choral Soc; Vice- 
Pres. New York Bible Soc. Member Psi 
Upsilon Club. Father of Stanley Niver Abbott, 
Delta 11 and brother of Renwick Wylie Ab- 
bott, Delta 98. 
Publisher. 

The Century Co., 353 Fourth Ave., New York; 
res. 98 Ravine Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 



Charles Lawrence Bristol 



<j) w X 



B. S. 1883: M. S. 1888; Ph. D. 1895 Univ. of 
Chicago. Phi Beta Kappa; Eucleian. Editor 
University Quarterly, (3), (4); 2nd (2) and 
1st (3) Butler Eucleian Essay Prizes; Com- 
mencement Orator. Dir. New York Univ. 
Biological Expeditions to Bermuda; Prof, of 
Biology New York Univ.; Fellow New York 
Acad, of Sciences. Member Am. Assn. Ad- 
vancement of Science; Am. Soc. of Naturalists. 
Father of Charles Lawrence Bristol, Jr., Delta 
14. 

Educator. 
LTniversity Heights, New York, N. Y'. 



William Morgan Kingsley 



K X 5< K 



f 
A. B. 1883; A. ]\P. 1886. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Greek Salutatory; Second Fellowship; Capt. 
Lacrosse; Editor-in-Chief University Quar- 
terly. Member Executive Council of Psi Up- 
silon, 84-01; Pres. Union Theol. Sem.; Vice- 
Pres. Presbyterian Hosp., Syrian Protestant 
Coll. and New York Y. M. C. A.; Treas. New 
York LTniv. Member Psi Upsilon, University, 
Yale Graduates' and Ardsley Clubs: Down 
Town Assn. Father of Charles Parkhurst 
Kingsley, Beta IS. 
Banker. 

United States Trust Co., 45 Wall St.; res. 
Northern Ave. and 183d St., New York, N. Y. 

Thomas Coddington Nichols* Q r) Q 



Member Psi Upsilon Club. 
Merchant. 

George Ramsey 

Real Estate and Insurance. 
399 Ellison St., Paterson, N. J. 

Harry Ward Skerry 



d. 1890 

X r N" 



>F ^ M" 

B. S. 1883; M. S. 1887; M. D. 1885 Long 
Island Coll. Hosp. Philomathean. Editor Uni- 
versity Quarterly, 82-83. U. S. Marine Hosp. 
-Service, 84-85; Resident Phys. and Surg. .St. 
John's Hosp., Brooklyn, 85-86, and Adjunct 
IMiys.. 86. Member LTniversity Club. Brother 
of Amory Thompson Skerry, Jr., Delta 84. 
Physician and Surgeon. 
191 McDonough St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



John Edgar Zabriskie 



QcX" 



1 



48 



DELTA CHAPTER 



1884 



Henrv Evertson Cobb 



Qh 



[J- 



D. D. 1901: A. B. 1884 Rutgers and D. D. 
1901. Eucleian; Si^ma t'hi; Alpha Delta; 
\Miig (Princeton); Philoclean (Rutgers). 
Editor Unk'crsity Quarterly; Lacrosse; Base- 
ball; Editor Rutgers Argiiiii; Rhetoric Ora- 
tion at Commencement. Trustee Rutgers and 
Vassar Colls.; Dir. Park Hosp. ; Pres. Riverside 
Day Nursery; Vice-Pres. Riverside Assn.; 
Pres. Trustees Utica (Miss.) Normal and In- 
dustrial Inst.; Dir. St. Nicholas Soc: Minister 
Collegiate Church. Author Psi Upsilon S'ong 
"The Noblest Name;" "The Victories of 
Youth;" "The Ships of Tarshish." Member 
Clergy and Knol'wood Country Clubs; Cen- 
tury Assn.; St. Nicholas Soc. 
Clergyman. 

West End Ave. and 77th St.; res. 370 West 
End Ave., New York, N. Y. 



Alexander Steele Lyman 



X V Q 



A. B. 1884; LL. B. 1886 cum laude, Columbia. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Valedictorian; 1st Scholar- 
ship; Editor-in-Chief University Quarterlv, 
81-82. Member Council New York Univ! 
Member Assn. of the Bar and Clifton Boat 

, Club. 
Lawyer. 

N. Y. Central R. R. Co., 3514 Grand Central 
Terminal, New York; res. 129 Townsend Ave 
Stapleton, N. Y. ' 

Amory Thompson Skerry, Jr. S x Q 

B. S. and C. E. 1884; M. S. 1887. Eucleian. 
Capt. Lacrosse, 83-84; 2d Butler Essav Prize, 
84; Commencement Orator. Brother of Harry 
Ward S'kerry, Delta 83. 

Manufacturer. 

257 Fourth Ave.; res. 782 West End Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 



Clarence Thwing 



a U (]; 



B. S. 1884; M. S. and M. D. 1887. Eucleian; 
. Y. M. C. A.; Univ. Quarterly Assn. Editor 
University Quarterly, 82-83; Examination Prize, 
87; Pres. of Coll. Y. M. C. A. Clinical 
Asst. to the Chair of Surgery, Univ. Medical 
Col'., 86-87; Medical Missionary. Alaska, 90- 
99; Executive Sec. Charity Organization Soc, 
Seattle, 01-04; Asst. Pastor Bethany Presbyter- 
ian Church, 07-11; Asst. Minister Trinity Parish 
Church, 12. Brother of Edward Waite "Thwin;;, 
Delta 88. 
Clergyman. 
2312 Eastlake Ave., Seattle, Wash. 

Frank LeGrand Townsend © b Q 

B. S. and C. E. 1884; .M. S. 188 7. Brother of 
Gerard Bostwick Townsend and Palmer [Gardi- 
ner] Townsend, Delta 87 and uncle of Atwood 
Halsey Townsend, Delta 18. 
Salesman. 

Vvestinghouse Electric Export Co., 165 Broad- 
way, New York; res. 524 Greene Ave.. Brooklyn 
N. Y. 



Stanley White 



Q^- 



D. D. 1907; A. B. 1884 Coll. of N. J. and A. M. 

1887; B. D. 1887 Union Theol. Sem. Am. 

Whig Soc. (Coll. of N. J.) Sec. Presbyterian 

Board of Foreign Missions. Member Princeton 

Club. Son of Erskine Norman -White, Beta 54 

and brother of Nelson Ripley White, Lambda 

S3. 

Clergyman. 

156, 5th Ave.; res. 1125 Madison Ave., New 

York, N. Y. 



Henry Beach Windsor 



[1884-86 
A 1 N" i 



B. S. 1884. Eucleian. Editor University Quar- 
terly, 83-84. Sec. Employers' Liability and 
Workmen's Compensation Commission. 
Insurance. 

Utah Savings & Trust Co. Bldg., Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 



1885 

Francis Edward Pratt 



KpQ 



A. B. 1885. Eucleian. Lacrosse; Assoc. Edf- 

tor "10th General Catalogue." Member Soc. 

of Naval Architects. 

Salesman. 

Rua do Catletc 196, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 



Louis Lincoln Tribus 



At« 



B. S. and C. E. 1885; M. S. 1888. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Eucleian. Scientific Orator; Business 
Mgr. University Quarterly, 84-85. Commence- 
ment Orator. Pres. S'taten Island Chamber of 
Commerce; Pres. Presbyterian Union of N. Y.; 
Trustee S. R. Smith Infirmary; Elder 1st Pres-. 
byterian Church, Staten Island; Assoc. Supt. 
Sunday School, Richmond County Repqblican 
and New York State .Sabbath Assns. ^[ember 
Psi Upsilon Club; Am. Soc. Civil Engineers; 
Am. Soc. Municipal Insprs. ; Am. Water Works 
and New England Water Works Assns.; Na- 
tional Geographic Soc; Staten Island Assn. of 
Arts and Sciences. 
Consulting Engineer. 

86 Warren St., New York; res. 105 Townsend 
Ave, Rosebank, N. Y. 



I 



Henry John Wright 



A S ^* 



B. S. 1885. I'hi Beta Kanpa. English Saluta- 
torian; Editor-in-Chief University Quarterly, 
84-85. Commencement Orator. Member Uni- 
versity Club, 
lournalist. 

New York Globe, 73 Dey St., New York, N. Y. ; 
res. 7 Eagle Rock Way, Montclair, N. J. 

1886 

William Post Hawes Bacon Q b B 

A H. 1886. Phi Beta Kappa; Eucleian: Glee 
Club. Commencement Orator. Ex-Pres. Vil- 
lage of Bronxyille. Member Psi Upsilon and 
Transportation Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

Bacon Piano Co., 601 W. 50th St.. New York: 
res. Sagamore Rd., Bronxville, N. Y. 

Qb(|; 

Member Bohemian, LTniversity, Family, Califor- 
nia (Los Angeles) and Sutter (Sacramento) 
Clubs. 
Broker. 

300 Sansome St.; res. Hotel St. Francis. San 
Francisco, Cal. 



Frank ]\Iiller Brown 



Henry Babcock Carpenter''' 



2 dii 



A. _B. 1886; M. D. 1890 Columbia. Treas. Eu- 
cleian. Member Monroe County Med. S'oc; 
Genesee Valley and Country Club of Rochester. 
Brother of Herbert Lawrence Carpenter, Delta 
90 and Hallett Manning Carpenter, Delta 94. 
Physician. d. 1900 



John Shields Kennedy 



QAT 



A. B. 1886; LL. B. 1887; A. M. 1888; Ph. D. 

1889. Commencement Orator. 

Lawyer. 

Red Hook, N. Y. 



1885-88.1 



DELTA CHAPTER 



49 



Gay 



lord Starin White QkV> 

A. B. 1886 Princeton and A. M. 1889; B. D. 

1890 Union Theol. Sem. Prof. Union Tlieol. 

Sem.; Headworkcr Union Settlement. Membi r 

I enturv Assn.; Clergy and Columbia Faculty 

Clubs. " 

Clergyman and Educator. 

2i7 K. 104th St.; res. 246 E. 105th St., New 

York, N. Y. 

1887 



Walter Booth Adams 



X k •' 



A. n. 1887; A. M. and M. 1). 1890. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Eucleian (Sec. and Treas.) 2d Butler 
Euckian Essay Prize, 85; 1st, 86-87; Editor 
l')iii'crs!tv Quarterly , 84-85: Editor-in-Chief, 
86-87; Asst. Librarian, Univ. Library, 84-87; 
1st English Oration at Graduation. Sec. of 
E.xecutive Committee of the Lebanon Hosp. for 
the Insane; Prof, of Materia Medica, Thera- 
peutics and Dermatology, Am. Univ. at Beirut, 
Syria, since 90. Author "Materia Medica." 
Fatlier of Edwin Carter Adams, Delta 18 and 
brother of Frederick Joseph Adams, Delta 91. 
Educator. 
.\mcrican L'niversity, Beirut, Syria. 

Albert Spaulding Osborne Dewe\ 

AzX 

.Son (if Edmund Harding Dewey. Theta 58. 

Austin Meigs Poole 

N N* N N iS S N X ; Q t r 

Member Executive Council of Psi Upsilon since 
09; Treas. since 09: Treas. Psi L^psilon Club 
since 97. Member Psi Upsilon, Columbia Uni- 
versity and .\ppalachian ^lountain Clubs; .\m. 
Canoe Assn. See Lambda 88. 
Manufacturer. 

\\'ebster Products Corporation, 25 Pine St., 
New York, N. Y. 



Forrest Raynor 



QXA 



Xational Bank Examiner, New York City, 98-03. 

Member Bankers' and LTnion League Clubs 

(New York). 

Broker. 

Hathawav, Smith. Folds & Co., 45 Wall St., 

New York, N. Y. ; res. 181 Christopher St., 

Montclair. N. T. 



Charles Nelson Read''' 



0) 7 cp 



B. .S. and C. E. 1887. Commencement ( )rator. 
Civil Engineer. d. 1891 

Gerard Bostwick Townsend o> p 7 

B. S. 1887; LL. B. 1889. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi 
Delta Phi; Sigma Lambda Sigma. Pres. Eucle- 
ian: .Salutatorian. Business Mgr. I'liiz-ersitv 
Quarterly. 86-87. Lieut. U. S. Navy, 98. Mem- 
ber Psi Upsilon (New York) and Montclair 
Cio]{ Clubs. Brother of Frank Le Grand Town- 
send, Delta 84 and Palmer [Gardiner] Town- 
send, Delta S7 and uncle of Atwood Halsey 
Townsend, Delta 18. 
Lavvver. 

.>2 Liberty St., New York, N. Y. ; res. 67 Porter 
PI., Montclair, N. J. 

Palmer [Gardiner] Townsend Q g X 

B. S. 1887: :M. D. 1890 Long Island Coll. Hosp. 
Eucleian. Editor and Business Mgr. Univer- 



sitv Quarterly. 85-86. Asst. N'isiting and \'isit- 
ing Phys. Kings County Hosp., 95-05. Father 
of Atvvood Halsey, Townsend, Delta 18 and 
brother of Frank Le Grand Townsend, Delta 
84 and Gerard Bostwick Townsend, Delta 87. 
Physician. 
571 Jefferson Ave., Brooklyn, N- Y. 



Arthur Tappan Walker 



A t: <p 

A. B. 1887; A. M. 1892 Vanderbilt Univ.: Ph. 
D. 1898 Univ. of Chicago. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Editor of University Quarterly, 86-87. Prof, 
of Latin and Greek, Juniata Coll., (Pa.) 88-90; 
Teaching Fellow in Latin, Vanderbilt Univ., 
90-92; Prof, of Latin and Greek, Emory and 
Henry Coll., Va., 92-93; Fellow in Latin, 93-94; 
Instr. in Latin, Univ. of Chicago, 94-97; Dir. 
Summer Scliool Session, Univ. of Kans., 06-13; 
Pres. Classical Assn. of Middle West and South, 
08-09; Prof, of Latin, Univ. of Kans. Mem- 
ber Am. Philological Assn. and Archa;ological 
In t. of Am. 
Educator. 
1645 Louisiana St., Lawrence, Kans. 

Forest La Grange Wright A g X 

LL. B. 1887 Columbia. Loan Commissioner 

and Justice of the Peace, Richmond County; 

Counsel, Port Richmond. N. Y. 

Lawyer. 

2672 Richmond Terrace, Port Richmond. N. Y. 



George Douglass Young 



.^. ^_^_. ^ aFe 

A. B. 1887. Phi Beta Kappa. Capt. Football; 

Commencement Orator. Brother of Henry 

Young, Delta 94. 

Clergyman. 

165 E. ]\rarket St., Tiffin, Ohio. 



1888 



\\'illiam Ethelbert Belknap 



a h $ 



];. S. and C. E. 1888. Phi Beta Kappa; Eucle- 
ian. Member New York Athletic and West 
Side Tennis Clubs; Am. Soc. of Civil Engi- 
neers. Brother of Ethelbert Belknap Jr., 
Delta 09. 

Consulting Engineer. 

6516 Fountain Ave., Hollywood, Cal.; res. Man- 
toloking, N. J. 

Paul Eugene Jones" A b § 

.■\. B. 1888; LL. B. 1890. Phi Beta Kappa: Phi 
Delta Phi. Valedictorian and Fellow; Pres. 
Eucleian; 2d Butler Eucleian Prize, 86. Brother 
of Philip Mills Jones, Delta 90. 
Lawyer. d. 1911 

QzS 

.\. B. 1888; A. M. 1891; Ph. D. 1891; B. D. 
1891 Union Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Editor-in-Chief, University Quarterly. Pastor 
Franklin St. Presbyterian Church, Elmira, N. 
Y.; Prof, of History Elmira Coll.; Stated Clerk 
Chemung Presbytery. Author "Presbyterianism 
in Steuben and Allegany" and "A Chart Book of 
History." Member Elmira Theological and 
Literary Socs. 
Clergyman. 
383 Pennsylvania Ave., Elmira, N. Y. 



Tames Alexander Miller 



George Shannon Pentz* 



XyZ 

d. 1914 



50 



DELTA CHAPTER 



[1888-90 



Sidney Wallace Probert (o v^ u 

A. B. 1888; A. M. 1892. Principal East Side 
School; Pies. Paterson Teachers' Assn. and 
Paterson Art Cub. Member Salmagundi (New- 
York) and Arts and Crafts Clubs. 
Educator. 

140 Market St.; res. 168 Graham Ave., Paterson, 
N.J. 

Leonard Charles Lindsay Smith o) c A 

B. S. and C. E. 1888. Phi Beta Kappa. Cen- 
sor Eucleian English Salutatorian (2d Honor). 
Engineer in charge Water Supply, Borough of 
Queens, New York, N. Y.; Consulting Engi- 
neer to Borough Pres. of Queens. Member. 
Am. Soc. Civil Engineers; Phi Beta Kappa 
Alumni and Municipal Engineers' Clubs. 
Father of Leonard Charles Lindsaj- Smith, 
Delta 18. 

Consulting Engineer. 

Queens Plaza Court Bldg. ; res. 59 Woolsey St., 

Long Island City, N. Y. 



Edward Waite Thwing 



XDS 



Lecturer in Chinese and Japanese; Advisor to 
Republic of China; Leader Anti-Opium Cam- 
paign; General Sec. International Reform 
Bureau. Brother of Clarence Thwing, Delta 
84 and uncle of Edward Payson Thwing, Theta 
Theta 14. 

Missionary. Educator and Publisher. 
Morrison S't., Peking, China. 



Fernando Wood, Jr."^ 

B. S. 1888; C. E. 1888. 
Civil Engineer. 

1889 

Tlieodore Thomas Baylor 

Initiated by the Theta 

Bradish Johnson Carroll 

B. S. 1889. Member Union Club. 

Merchant (retired). 

1 E. Slst St., New York, N. Y. 

Clement Abraham Lozier* 
Wilbur Allen Reid 



AXE 

d. 1889 



a c T 



KsT 

d. 1886 

S p H 

B. S. 1889. Eucleian. Editor University Quar- 
terly, 87. Vice and Deputy Consul, Dublin, 
Ireland, 89-93. 
Insurance. 

92 Liberty St., New York, N. Y.; res. 72 High- 
land Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. 



Francis Edward Vance* 

1890 

Robert Baird 

Member Psi Upsilon Club. 

Merchant. 

(539 Scotland Rd., Orange, N. J.) 

Herbert Lawrence Carpenter 



Q t s 

d. 1888 



fci t T 



agZ 



A. B. 1890. Brother of Henry Babcock Car- 
penter, Delta 86 and Hallett Manning Carpen- 
ter, Delta 94. 
Broker. 



George Albert Dish row 



WpK 



A. B. 1890: A. M. 1892; Pd. M. 1896. Philo- 

mathean. Sec. V. M. C. A.. 09-16. 

Educator. 

1564 Elmore PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



George Austin Gardiner* 



Philip Mills Jones* 



A b T 

d. 1907 

M. D. 1891 Long Island Coll. Hosp. Trustee 
.■\m. Med. ,\ssn.; Sec. Med. Soc. State of Cal.; 
Member National Committee of 100 on Public 
Health. Member Am. .\cad. of Medicine; San 
Francisco County Med. Soc; Bohemian and 
Army and Navy (Washington, D. C.) Clubs. 
Brother of Paul Eugene Jones, Delta 88. 
Physician. d. 1916 



Frank Bergen Kelley 



Q 



: r 



A. B. 1890; A. M. 1892; Ph. D. 1894. Eucleian 
Literary Soc; Scientific Soc; V. M. C. .\. 
Eucleian Essay Prize Oration (4); Historian 
(4). Supt. New York City History Club. 
Author "Historical Guide to the City of New 
York." Member Psi Upsilon Club. 
Educator. 

500 W. 59th St., New York, N. Y.; res. 455 
Madison Ave, Elizabeth, N. J. 



.Vrthur Alarcus King 



AcZ 

A. B. 1890; LL. B. 1893. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Theta Nu Epsilon. Second Eucleian Prize 
Essay; Junior Exhibition; Commencement Day 
Orator; Member University Quarterly Board, 
88-89; Editor-in-Chief. 90. Asst. U. S. Dist. 
Atty., New York, 98-06; Deinity Atty. General, 
06. Member University Club and Assn. of the 
Bar, City nf New >'ork. Son of James Mar- 
cus King, Xi 62. 
Lawyer. 

49 WM St.; res. 210 W. 107th St., New York. 
N. Y. 



William Arnot Kirkwood 



a p T 



A. B. 1890; Ph. D 

Greek Salutatorian. 

Tabernacle Churcli. 

Clergyman. 

IIV, W. 84th St., New York, N. Y. 



1915. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Asst. Pastor Broadway 



Robert Irwin MacBride 



6)fT 



A. R. 1890; A. JI. 1900; Ph. D. 1915; B. D. 

1893 Union Theol. Sem. Eucleian Literary 

Soc. First Butler Eucleian Prize Essayist, 

90. Author "Luxury as a Social Standard." 

Member Psi Upsilon Club (New York). 

Clergyman. 

Stony Point, N. Y. 

Alfred [Charles Post] Opdyke A li r 

A. B. 1890; A. M. 1892; LL. B. 1895. Phi 
Beta Kappa: F.ucleian: Scientific Soc. Tuiiiov 
Orator: Pholosophical Oration at Commence- 
ment. Prof. International Law, New York 
L'niv., 00-02. Member University Club. Son 
of William Stryker Opdyke. Delta 56 and 
nephew of Charles Wilson Opdyke, Delta 56 
and Henry Beach Opdyke, Delta 60. 
Lawyer. 

31 Nassau St.. New York, N. Y.; res. Alpine, 
N. J. 



1890-yJ 



DELTA CHAPTER 



51 



Herbert Kinil)all Saxe 



AeS 



A. B. 1890. Phi Kappa Alpha; Theta Nu 
Epsilon. Trcas. Glee Club; Pres. Eucleian 
Literary Soc; Sec. Philomathean Soc. Com- 
ineiiccment Orator. Member Hardware Club 
(New York). 
Publisher. 

The Civic Press, 87 Nassau St., New York, 
X. Y.: res. 57 Madison .\ve., Madison, N. 1. 

^r B :: 



Frank DeWitt Talmage''' 



A. B. 1890; D. D. 1909. Phi Kappa Alpha; 
Thtta Xu Epsilon; Eucleian. Junior Oration. 
Clergyman. 

d. 1912 



Leslie jay Tompkins 



ezP 



B. S. 1890; LL. B. 1892; M. S. 1894; LL. M. 
1896; J. D. 1903; LL. D. 1909 Villanova. 
Phi Beta Kappa: Philomathean. Business 
Mgr. I iikcr.iity Oiiartrr v ; .Scientific Oration. 
Member N. Y." Legislature, 04-06; Asst. Dist. 
.\tty. New York County; Sec. Bible Teachers' 
Training Scliool; Governor National Demo- 
cratic Club; Trustee Am. Defense Soc; Prof, 
of Law and Sec. New York University Law 
.School. Author ''Summary Law of Private 
Corporations;" "Law of Commercial Paper;" 
■"Select Cases on Law of Corporations." Mem- 
ber Psi I'psilon, Manhattan, National Demo- 
cratic. L'nderwriters' and Phi Delta Phi Clubs. 
Lawyer and Educator. 

27 Cedar St.; res. 1 ^V. 68th St., New York, 
X. Y. 



Xonnan Clark Whitteniore 



QkZ 



.\. B. 1892 Yale; B. D. 1895 Union Thcol. Sem. 
Member Executive Committee of the Mission; 
Member of Board, Pyeng Yang Union Coll.; 
Severance Hosp. and Med. School (Seoul); 
Pres. Senate of Educational Federation 7 years. 
Member Korea Branch, Royal Asiatic Soc; 
Yale Club (Xew York). See Beta 92 
Foreign Missionary. 
Sen Sen, Korea. 



1891 

Frederick Joseph Adams 



QcH 



M. D. 1895. Theta Nu Epsilon. Lacrosse (1). 
Mgr. linstball (3). .Major Med. Corps, State 
of Conn.; \'ice Commissioner of Bridgeport; 
Chief Surg. State of Conn., since 16. 
Member Bridgeport, Weatoque Country, Army 
and Navy and Psi Upsilon Clubs. Uncle of 
Edwin Carter Adams, Delta 18 and brother of 
Walter Booth Adams. Delta 87. 
Physician and Surgeon. 
339 West Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 



Henry Martyn Baird, Jr. 



A d :c 



A. B. 1891; A. M. 1893; LL. B. 1894. 

Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi. Classical 

lowship; Pres. Eucleian; Valedictorian. 

Lawyer. 

(188 Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y.) 



Phi 
Fel- 



\\ illiam Corwin Baker* 



A t r 



Hrastus Walbridq-e Bulkley 



Son of George Danielson Baker, Delta 60 and 
nephew of Frederick Baker, Delta 52. 
Insurance. d. 1905 

A V r, 

B. S. 1891; Ph. G. 1896 New York Coll. of 

Pharmacy. Phi Beta Kappa; Eitcleian. ^^enl- 

ber Psi Upsilon, Bankers', Reform and I'ni- 

versity (Chicago) Clubs. 

Banker. 

Spencer Trask & Co., 25 Broad St., New York, 

N. Y.; res. Plainficld, N. J. 



Carl George Hans Ettlich 

Pastor Hopewell Presbyterian Ciiurch. 

Clergyman. 

Laurel, Pa. 

William Angus Hamilton 

Initiated by the Theta 

Eliot Henrv Moore 



y. w <7 



(ubH 



A. B. 1891; A. M. 1893 Princeton. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Founders' Day Orator, 60th Anni- 
versary; Commencement Orator. Moderator 
Red River, St. Paul and Minneapolis Presby- 
teries; Twice Delegate to the General Assembly 
nf the Presbyterian Church, LT. S. of America. 
Clergyman. 
808 l''.sscx St. S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 



Charles Henry Ouinlan 



BcM 



A. B. 1891. Theta Nu Epsilon; Eucleian. 

Lawyer and Real Estate. 

167 Market St., Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Thomas Coombe \ an Derveer* ^ g — 

Lawyer. d. 1913 



1892 



Charles Alfred Bill 



XAK 



B. S. 1892. Phi Beta Kappa; Eucleian. 
Eucleian Essay Prize, 91; English Salutatorian; 
Football; Capt. Track; Mgr. Football; Editor 
I'iolct. Member Board of Governors, Assn. of 
Partners of Stock Exchange Firms. Member 
Psi Upsilon, Ardsley Country and New York 
Athletic Clubs; Bankers' Club of America. 
Brother of Howard Bill, Delta 97. 
Broker. 
7 Wall St., New York. N. Y. 



Alfred Hodgdon Brown 



?^c 



A. B. 1892; A. M. 1894. Theta Nu Epsilon; 
Eucleian; Glee Club. Rector St. Paul's 
Church, Tivoli, N Y.; Church of the Messiah, 
Providence, R. I.; St. John's Church, Delhi, 
X. Y. ; Head Master St. John's School, Santa 
Barbara, Cal.; Minister LTnitarian Church, New- 
ton Centre, Mass. .\uthor Psi L^psilon Song, 
"Come. Brothers, Round the .Altar:" "Slander;" 
"The Widow's Weed." "The Honor of the 
House." 
Playwright. 
662 Macon St., P.rooklvn, N. Y. 



Paul Campbell Cloyd 

Initiated by the Xi 

William Flowers Groves 



Tge 

A. B. 1894 Weslevan. Theta Nu Epsilon. See 

Xi 94 

Lawyer. 

207 Broad St.; res. 511 Jersey Ave., Elizabeth, 

X. J. 



William Curtis Mains* 



^I' g P 



.\. B. 1892; A. M. 1894; Ph. D. 1896 Univ. of 
Halle, Germany; LL. B. 1899 New York Law 
.School. Phi Beta Kappa. Butler Eucleian Es- 
say Prizes, 91-92; Commencement Orator; Oar- 
den Butler Classical Fellow; Editor University 
Quarterly ; Editor-in-Chief I'iolet ; Pres. Eu- 
cleian. Prof. English Literature, Denver Univ., 
93; Member N. Y. State Assembly, 00. 
Lawyer. d. 19(59 



52 



IDELTA CHAPTER 



[1892-93 



George Cotner Mason ISA 

B. S. 1892; C. E. 1893; M. S. 1894. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Pres. Eucleian and Scientific Socs.; 
Vice-Pres. Dramatic Assn.; Mgr. Glee Club. 
Chairman Oregon State Board of Dirs., 
Naval Advisory Board; Pres. Portland Assn. of 
Members Am. Soc. of Civil Engineers. Mem- 
ber Waverley Country Club. 
Engineer. 

Hurley Mason Co., 418 Worcester Bldg.; res. 
7i2 Howard St., Portland, Oregon. 

Algernon Sidney Norton Al X 

l.L. B. 1892; LL. M. 1894; A. B. 1886 Cornell. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Bench and 
Board; Mermaid. Woodford Competitor (Cor- 
nell); Commencement Speaker. Member Hard- 
ware and Cornell Clubs; Phi Beta Kappa Assn. 
Lawyer. 

256 Bway.; res. Sherman Square Hotel, New 
York, N. Y. 



William Holmes Salter 



P V A 



.\1. I). 1892. FootbalL Pres. Board of Educa- 

liun and Associated School Boards of Minn.: 

Phys. to State Normal S'chool; Member The 

Smoozers, Duluth Boat, Northland Country and 

Kitchi Gammi Clubs; Am. Med. and Minn. State 

Med. Assns.; St. Louis County Med. Soc, and 

Interurban Acad, of Medicine. 

Physician. 

603 Lyceum Bldg.; res. 44 Kent Rd., Duluth, 

Minn. 



Augustus Hewlett Skillin 



^I'rP 

B. S. 1892; LL. B. 1895 N. Y. Law School. 
Phi Beta Kappa: Theta Nu Epsilon. Member 
Psi Upsilon, LTniversity, Underwriters' and 
Essex County Country Clubs; Bar Assn. of the 
City of New York; Soc. of Colonial Wars. 
Lawyer. 

34 Pine S't., New York, N. Y.; res. 68 Hey- 
wood Ave., Orange, N. J. 

1893 

Henry Watterson Bainton ^i D K 

;, A. B. 1893 Columbia; B. D. 1896 Union Theol. 
Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Clergyman. 

P. U. Box 364, Cheyenne, Wyo.; res. I960 Dahlia 
St., Denver, Colo. 

Edward Raymond Bossange ]> 9 p 

Ph. B. 1893 Columbia. Prof, of Architecture, 
Cornell Univ., 13-15; Dean School of Applied 
Design, Carnegie Inst, of Tech. Member Uni- 
versity Club (New York); Pittsburgh Athletic 
.■\ssn. See Lambda 93 
Educator. 
25 Forbes Terrace. Pittsburgh. Pa. 



Jesse Benedict Carter 



(|;en 



A. B. 1893 Princeton; A. M. 1898 and L. H. D. 
1913; Ph. D. 1898. Halle Stinnecke Scholar- 
ship; Junior First Honor Prize; Latin Saluta- 
tory and Classical Fellowship. Instr. in Latin, 
Princeton, 95-97; Asst. Prof.. 98-02; Prof, of 
Latin. Am. School C'assical Studies in Rome: 
Dir.. 07-12; Lecturer on Roman Religion, Univ. 
of Wis., 09; Director American Acad, in 
Rome. .\uthor "De Deorum Cognominibns;"' 
"The Roman Elegiac Poets;" "Epitheta Deo- 
rum;" "Religion of Numa" and "Relig- 
ious Life of Ancient Rome." IMember Am. 
Philological Assn. and New York Yacht Club. 
Educator. 

American Academy, Porta San Pancrazio, 
Rome, Italy 



Cornelius Thurston Chase 



6 s w 



A B. 1893; A. M. 1895; B. D. 1897 Chicago 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. Philosophical 
Oration (4th Hon.); 1st Butler Eucleian Essay 
Prize and 2d Hebrew Prize, 93; T. S. Bailey 
Scholarship and Asst. Librarian, 92-94; Sec. and 
Treas. Y. M. C. A.; Pres. University Quarterly 
Assn.; Editor Violet. Pastor Central Congre- 
gational Church; Member School Connnittec. 
Clergyman. 
(26 Nahant PL, Lynn, ]\Iass.) 



Sanniel Cochran 



Tell 



A. B. 1893 Princeton; M. 1). 1896 Columbia. 
Cap and Gown (Princeton); Omega Club. 
Board of Editors Princctonian ; 2d Harsen Prize 
(Columbia); Pres. Coll. Y. M. C. A., Princeton, 
92-93; General Sec. Coll. Y. M. C. A.. Colum- 
bia, 96. House .Surg. Presbyterian and Phys. 
Sloane Hosps. 

Missionary Physician. 

Am. Presbyterian Mission, Hwaiyuan. Anhwei 

Province, China. 

TBO 

B. S. 1893; LL. B. 1895 cum laude, New York 
Law School. Commencement Orator; Pres. Eu- 
cleian; Editor-in-Chief University Quarterly. 
Lawyer. 

(455 Madison Ave., Elizabeth, N. J.) 



Frederic James Faulks 



Rali)h Aldom Frost 



(];dn 



Tlieta Nu Epsilon; Eucleian. Assoc. Editor 

Violet. Member Am. Bar Assn., Hankow and 

Am. Univ. Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

14 Ewo Rd., Hankow, China. 



Frank Wickham Alallalieu 

B. S. 1893; M. D. 1896 Columbia. 

Physician. 

16 Monticcilo Ave., Jersey ("ity, N. Y 

Charles Warren Millard 



HK 



"^ 



AsTI 

A. B. 1893; LL. B. 1896 New York Law School. 

Theta Nu Epsilon; Eucleian. Member Bronx 

County Bar Assn. Brother of William Jeremiah 

Millard. Delta 93. 

Lawyer. 

25 Broad St.; res. 644 E. 170th St., New York. 

N. Y. 

William Jeremiah Millard y m ■:: 

A. B. 1894 Columbia; LL. B. 1898 New York 
Law School. Honors in Astronomy, Columbia 
Il^niv. Asst. Corporation Counsel, New York; 
Charter iSIember Bar Assn. of the Bronx. 
Member New Y'ork County Lawyers' Assn. and 
Dutchess County .S'oc. Brother of Charles 
Warren Millard, Delta 93. See Lambda 94 
Lawyer. 

Municipal BIdg. ; res. 1109 Wa.shington Ave, 
New York, N. Y. 

AA'illiam Cowper Prime N s M 

A. B. 1890 Princeton and A. M. 1891. 

Lawyer. 

2 Rector St., New York; ns. 61S N. Broadway, 

Yonkers,.N. Y. 



James Francis Rice 



T-fO 



A. B. 1893; K. M. 1895; M. D. 1902 Columbia 
L^niv. Phi Beta Kappa; Eucleian. Pres. Eu- 
cleian Sor. (4); Y. M. C. .\. (3); Valedictorian: 
German Prize (3); Editor University Quarterly 
(4): Butler Philosophical Fellow (4). Sec. Psi 
Upsilon Alumni Assn. 
Phvsician. 
44 f Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 



1893-94 J 



DELTA CHAPTER 



53 



^ William Grigi^s Stalilnecker 



<]; r I 



Francis Lorette Strickland 



Tlieta Nu Epsilon. Special Inspr. of Customs. 

Uroker. 

H. T. E. Beardslcv Inc., ol Liberty St., New 

York, N. v.; res. 199 X. IStli St., East 

Orange, N. J. 

XtcK 

A. B. 1893; S. T. B. 1896 Boston Univ.; Ph. 
I). 1903 and S. T. 1). 1911. Eucleian. Com- 
mencement Orator; \\'on Foreign Fellowship, 
Boston Univ., 97-98; Pres. Simpson Coll., 
Iowa. 10-16; Head Dcpt. of Philosophy, Univ. 
of \V. Va. Author "Foundations of Christian 
Belief." 
Educator. 
615 Grand Ave., Morgantown, \\'. Va. 



Percy Butler Wightman 



AgK 

A. B. 1893; B. D. 1896 Auburn Theol. Sem. 
and D. D. 1914. Eucleian; Glee Club. Mem- 
ber Presbyterian Union and Clerical Anglers' 
Clubs. Son of Frederick Butler Wightman, 
Delta 51 and brother of Orrin Sage Wightman, 
Delta 95 and Robert .Stillman Wightman, Del- 
ta 97. 

Clergyman. 
J.'OO Loring PI., New York, N. Y. 

1894 
Allan Lindsay Briggs O c (|; 

Member 1st U. S. Cavalry. 98; Capt. U. S. 
.\rmy, 01. Member Army and Navy Club. 
Officer U. S. Army. 

Care Adjutant Genera! of the Armv, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 



Hallett Manning Carpenter 



Ax^ 



Member Psi Upsilon and Salmagundi Clubs. 

Head Master, The Carpenter .School. Brother 

of Henry Babcock Carpenter, Delta 86 and 

Herbert Lawrence Carpenter, Delta 90. 

Educator. 

310 West End Ave.; res. 312 West End Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 

Edward Francis Church, Jr. O j B 

District ^lanager. 

Union Central Life Ins. Co., 12th St.; res. 1124 

11th St., Miami, Fla. 



Theodore Arthur Gessler 



BXK 



A. n. 1894: .\. M. 1896; B. 1). 1897 Univ. of 
Chicago. Phi Delta Phi; Theta Nu Epsilon. 
Pres. Eucleian; Editor University Quarterly. 
Pres. of Council, Borough of Hopatcong. Mem- 
ber Railroad Club of New York. Brother of 
Dudley Daland Gessler, Delta 95. 
Sales Manager. 

American Sheet &■ Tin Plate Co., 30 Church 
St.; res. Bretton Hall flotel. New Y'ork, N.. Y. 

John X'osburgh Irwin 

NNNNKNX;B(^M 

Ph. B. 1894; LL. B. 1899. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Theta Nu Epsilon; Eucleian. Founders' Day 
Orator, 94; Commencement Orator; Vicc-Pres. 
Athletic Assn., 92-93; Assoc. Editor The 
Triangle. Organizer and .Src. New Y'ork 
Univ. Historical Soc, and of Class Secretaries' 
A.ssn.; Corresponding S'ec. Beta Chapter of 
Phi Beta Kappa. 14-16; Member Alumni Ad- 
visory Committee Athletic Assn.. 98-99 and 
0002; Member Executive Committee Alumni 



Assn. New York Univ., 06-09; Sec. Junior Law 
Alumni A.*n., 01-02; Treas. Advisory Com- 
mittee, Coll. Y. M. C. A. since 11; Governor 
New York Skin and Cancer Hosp. since 13; 
Hon. Vice-Pres. Y'orkville Neighborhood Assn.; 
Member Executive Council of Psi Upsilon, 01- 
08; PMitor Supplement to 11th General Cata- 
logue, 08. Member Psi Upsilon. and University 
Clubs; New Y^ork Historical and Am. Geograph- 
ical Socs. ; Am. iMuseum of Natural History; 
Soc. of Colonial Wars; Bar Assn. City of New 
Y'ork and Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. 
Brother of \\'illiam Fletcher Irwin, Delta 03. 
Lawyer. 

203 Broadway; res. 130 E. 67th St., New Y'ork, 
N. Y. ' 

Frederick \\'ilHam Fangford* K n ^ 

Merchant. d. 1916 

Josejih Bardwell Lyman IT g S 

Ph. B. 1894; B. D. 1900 Y'ale. Phi Beta Kappa. 

.Salutatorian. Pastor Congregational Church. 

Clergyman. 

2i Bennock St, ( )rono, Maine. 

John Henry AlacCracken O d B 

A. B. 1894; A. M. 1897; LL. D. 1915; Ph. D. 
1899 Halle, Wittenberg; LL. D. 1903 Westmin- 
ster and 1915 at Lehigh, Pa. Coll. and 
Rutgers. Phi Beta Kappa; Eucleian. Fresh- 
man Entrance Prize; Eucleian and James 
Gordon Bennett Prizes; A. Ogden Butler Fel- 
lowship in Philosophy, 94-95; Pres. Y. M. C. A.; 
Valedictorian. Pres. Coll. Board Presbyterian 
Church, 05-14; Pres. Lafayette Coll. Mem- 
ber Pomfret, Psi Upsilon, University, City, 
Metropolitan, Bankers' and Northampton 
Country Clubs. Brother of George Gere Mac- 
Cracken, Delta 98 and Henry Noble Mac- 
Cracken, Delta 00. 
Educator. 

Lafayette College; res. Chestnut St., Easton. 
Pa. 



John Joseph Moorhead 



0i(]; 



B. S. 1894; M. D. 1897. Theta Nu Ensilon. 
Fellow Am. Coll. of Surgeons; First Butler 
I'.ucleian Prize; Mott Gold Medal. Adjunct 
Prof, of Surgery and Adjunct Attending Surg.. 
New York Post Graduate Med. School and 
Hosp.; Visiting Surg. Harlem and Park Hosps. 
.\uthor "Traumatic Surgery." Member Psi 
Upsilon Club. 
Physician and Surgeon. 
115 E. 64th St., New Y'ork, N. Y. 

Perrv Carter Pentz K a B 

.\. B. 1894. Pres. Quart en'y Assn.; Presenta- 
tion Orator; Executive Committee Intercolleg- 
iate Athletic Assn.: Capt. Track, 94. Gun 
Capt. 1st Class 1st Naval Battalion. N. Y.; 
Seaman. U. S. S. "Yankee." 98; Se^ New 
York Univ. .\lumni .\ssn. Member Psi Upsilon 
Club. 
Builder. 
(2»6 Fifth Ave., New York. N. Y.) 



Godfrey Roger Pisek 



Kk<|; 



B, S. 1894; M. D. 1897; Sc. D. 1914. Theta 
Nn Epsilon. Prof, of Diseases of Children. 
New Y'ork Post Graduate Hosp. and Univ. of 
Y'ermont; Hon. Pres. Lenox Hill Settlement, 
^lember Psi Upsilon and Camp F"irc Clubs. 
Brother of Y^inccnt Pisek, Delta 82. 
Phvsician. 
26 'E. 64th St., New Y'ork, N. Y. 



54 



DELTA CHAPTER 



[1894-961 



John Edward Ruston 



KXB 

B. S. 1894; LL. B. 1895. Theta Nu Epsilon; 
Beta Delta Beta; Phi Delta Phi; Football; 
Baseball; Treas. Athletic Assn. Trustee Re- 
publican County Committee. Author '"Decedent 
Estates." Member Psi Upsilon, Crescent, 
Union League, University, Lincoln, IStli Assem- 
bly District, Young Repub'ican and Brook- 
lyn Civic Clubs; University Club of Brooklyn; 
Brooklyn Bar and New York County Lawyers' 
Assns."; 24th Ward Board of Trade; Sons of 
Am. Revolution. 
Lawyer. 

Washburn, Ruston &: Koehler, 51 Chambers St., 
5few York; res. 336 New York Ave., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 



Charles Henry Walker 



eBK 



M. D. 1894; Ph. B. 1890 Cornell. Alpha Mu 

Pi Omega. Visiting Phys. Post Graduate Hosp. 

Member Acad, of Med.; Post (Jraduate llos]). 

Alumni Assn.; Cornell Univ. Club. 

Physician and Surgeon. 

327 W. 86th St., New York, N. Y. 



Henry Young 



TgO 

Football, Capt., 90-91; Baseball, Capt., 91. 
Brother of George Douglas Young, Delta 87. 
(Gaylor Starin White, 237 E. 104th St., New 
York, N. Y.) 



1895 



Henry Haswell Banks 



Bcp A 



A. B. 1895; LL. B. 1899. Football, Baseball 
■ and Track. Member Psi Upsilon Club. 
Lawyer. 

200 'Broadway, New York, N. Y.; res 1240 
Garden St., Hoboken. N. J. 



James Oscar Boyd 



B h K 

A. B. 1895; A. M. 1897; D. D. 1915; B. D. 
1899 Princeton Theol. Sem.; Ph. D. 1905 
Princeton Univ. Phi Beta Kappa; Eucleian. 
Freshman Entrance and Hebrew Prizes; Vale- 
dictorian; Butler Fellowship. Instr. in Old 
Testatment, 00-07; Teaching Fellow, 99-00 and 
Asst. Prof, of Oriental and Old Testament 
Literature, 07-15; Princeton Theol. Sem.; Pastor 
Church of the Redeemer (Presbyterian). Au- 
thor "The Text of the Octateuch," "Ezekiel and 
the Modern Dating of the Pentateuch" and 
"Sin and Grace in the Koran." 
Clergyman. 

Church of the Redeemer; res. 363, 15th Ave., 
Patcrson, N. J. 



Henry Hedges Es.^ick* 

LL. B. elsewhere. 

Dudley Daland Gessler 



B f K 

-d. 1898 

rjK 



Theta Nu Epsilon; Beta Delta Beta. Council- 
man Borough of Hopatcong, Lake Hopatcong, 
N. J. Member Columbia and Lake Hopatcong 
(N. J.) Yacht Clubs. Brother of Theodore 
Arthur Gessler, Delta 94. 
Importer and Manufacturer. 

211 S. Front St.; res. 7020 Chew St.. Mt. .\irv. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



John Junior Graham 



©yM 



Ph. B. 1895; LL. B. 1897. Theta Nu Epsilon. 
Surrogate Nassau County. Member Meadow- 
brook, Piping Rock and Turf and Field Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
27 Cedar St.. New ^'ork: res. Sv^'set, N. Y. 



Arthur Hoag Howland 



ByK 



A. B. 1895; B. D. 1902 Drew Theol. Sem. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Eucleian; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. 
Commencement Orator; I'ounders' Day Debate 
Prize; Editorial Board University Quarterly; 
Fellow Drew Theol. Sem. Instr. in Rhetoric and 
Hebrew, De Pauw Univ., 03-04; Instr. and 
-Vcting Principal of Acad., De Pauw Uniy., 04- 
05. Member Clergy and Reli.gious Press Clubs. 
Clergyman. 
(Spring Valley, N. Y.) 



Ralph Opydke 



M K° I 

M. D. 1895. Interne, Harlem Hosp.; Adjunct 
ProL N. Y. Post Graduate Med. School and 
Hosp. ; Asst. Surg. Manhattan Eye and Ear 
Hosp.; Attending Surg. Essex County Isolation 
Hosp., Belleville, N. J.; Consulting Aurist, 
Mountainside Hosp., Montclair, N. J.; Attend- 
ing Aurist, St. Vincent's Hosp. and Children's 
Ilfime. Member New York Acad. Medicine; 
Mountainside Clinic Hosp. Soc; See. Associated 
Physicians, Montclair, N. J.; New York County, 
New York State and New Jersey State Med. 
Sacs.; Am. I\Ied. Assn.; Psi Upsilon and Har- 
vard (N. J.) Clubs. Son of Charles Wilson 
Opdyke, Delta 56 and nephew of William 
Stryker Opdyke, Delta 56 and Henry Beach 
Opdyke, Delta 60. 
Physician. 

40 E. 41st S't., New York, N. \'.; res. 27 S. 
Fullerton Ave.. Montclair, N. .J. 



Orrin Sage Wightman 



BgK 



A. B. 1895; M. D. 1898. Eucleian. Member 

Psi Upsilon and Hudson River Country Clubs. 

Son of Frederick Butler Wightman, Delta 51 

and brother of Percy Butler W'ightman. Delta 

93 and Robert Stillman W'ightman, Delta 97. 

Physician. 

113 W. 78th St., New York, N. Y. 



1896 



Joseph Leopold Burthe 



^ A ^ 



M. D. 1897 Tulane Univ. 

Physician. 

(1235 Maison Blanche Bldg., New Orleans, La.) 



Wallace Leonard Durant 



ByN 



Ph. B. 1896. Member Psi Upsilon Club. 

Investment Securities. 

61 Broadway, New York, N. Y. ; res. Tenafly, 

N.J. 



Frederick Seward Gibson* W T ^' 

A B 1896; LL. B. 1898. Eucleian. Com- 
mencement Orator; 1st Butler Eucleian Prize, 
96; Elliot F. Shepard Prize, 97. Son of Han- 
son Cox Gibson, Delta 54 and nephew of Wil- 
liam Cowper Gibson, Psi 59. 
Lawyer. d. 1900 



Robert Kinsell Howard 



^y 



X 



[i?T 



Bruce Gretton IMiillips 

Ph. B. 1896; M. D. 1899. Pres. Athletic A.ssn.. 

96. Interne Bellevue Hosp., 99-01; Asst. Surg. 

N. Y. Polyclinic Hosp. Member Am. Med. 

Assn. ; New N'cirk State and County Mtd. Socs. 

and Psi Upsilon Club. 

Physician. 

206 W. 86th S't.. New York, N. Y. 



Frederick Clinton Seckerson 



- /. 



Merchant. 



i8y()-^«J 



DELTA CHAPTER 



55 



;, Arthur Diiranl v^nedeii 



'5. r 
(J L 



:X 



i. George Francis Swan* 

A. B. 1896; M. D. 1899. 
Treas. Y. M. C. A. 
Physician. 



Track; "Mention Honorable," Paris Salon, OS. 
Member Psi Upsilon, Union League and Nat- 
ional Arts Clubs; Soc. of Beaux Arts; Am. 
Inst, of .Architecture; Municipal Arts Soc; 
Architects' League of New York; New York 
Soc. of Architects. 
Architect. 

149 Broadway, New York; res. Spring Valley, 
N. Y. 

fi t X 

Phi Beta Kappa; 
d. 1900 

Chester Field Smith Whitney ^ g'^ 

A. B. 1896; M. D. 1899. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Theta Nu Epsilon. Editor Violet; Commence- 
ment Orator; Football Mgr., 95; Valentine 
Mott Gold Medal, 97. Interne Bellevue Hosg., 
UO-01; Lecturer Coll. Arts and Sciences, New 
York Univ.; Asst. Gynaecologist Bellevue Hosp. 
Member Psi Upsilon and Hardware Clubs; Soc. 
of Alumni Bellevue Hosp. Brother of Lawrence 
Woodward Whitney, Delia 96 and Elliott Web- 
ster Whitney, Delta 00. 
Physician. 

Home Life Ins. Co., 256 Broadway; res. 697 
West End Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Lawrence Woodward Whitney ^ m X 

A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1899. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Phi Delta Phi. Honorable Mention in Hebrew, 
95; 2(\ ICucleian Essay Prize, 96; Commence- 
ment Orator. Brother of Chester Field Smith 
Whitney, Delta 96 and Elliott Webster Whit- 
ney. Delta 00. 
Lawyer. 

115 ["errv St., Hohoken, X. T.; res. 45 Sterling 
St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



1897 



Howard Bill* 



XsB' 



B. S. 1897. Phi Beta Kappa; Eucleian. Brother 

of Charles Alfred Bill, Delta 92. 

Clerk. d. 1899 

. Edwin Louis Garvin (i :: W^ 

A. B. 1897; LL. B. 1899. Phi Delta Phi; 
Eucleian. Treas. Athletic Assn ; Football 
-Mgr., 96; Entrance Scho'arship; Butler 
Eucleian Prize; 1st Faculty Prize Scholarship. 
Justice Court of Special Sessions, Citv of New 
York; Pres. University Club (Brooklyn), 11- 
12. Member Psi Upsilon and Lawyers' (New 
York), University, Hamilton and Civic (Brook- 
lyn) Clubs. Brother of Oliver Chauncev (,ar- 
vin. Delta 05. 
Jurist. 

Criminal Courts Bldg.. New York; res. 149 
Halsey St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

David Orr <h d M 

Ph. B. 1897; LL. B. 1903. Phi Delta Phi. 
Member Psi Upsilon, St. Nicholas, Ardsley 
and Underwriters' Clubs; Bar Assn. of the 
. City of New York. 
Lawyer. 

40 Wall St.; res. 1.^2 E. 72d St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Richard Stanley Povey 



AsA 



A. B. 1897; A. M. 1899. Hackettstown and 
Cocoa Clubs; Y. M. C. A.; Baseball. Found- 
ers' Day Orator; Laid Corner Stone, Hall of 
Fame, 97. 
Clergyman. 
Smithtown Branch, N. Y. 



Louis Irving- Snyder ^' b A 

A. B. 1897. Phi Beta Kappa; Eucleian; Y. M. 

C. A.; Tennis, Chess and Checker Clubs; 

Athletic Assn. 

Manufacturer. 

Wolverine Motor Works, Union Ave., Bridge 

port; res. 2857 Main St., Stratford, Conn. 

N t W 



Willard Jay Tompkins 



A. B. 1897; A. M. 1899. Eucleian; Athletic 

Assn.; Y. M. C. A. Salutatorian. Member 

Psi Upsilon arid Clifton Boat Clubs. 

Private Secretary. 

Estate of F. A. Constable, 111 Fifth Ave., New 

York; res. 19 Townsend Ave., Stapleton, N. Y. 



Erik Wilhelm Wallin 



TxT' 



B. S. 1897; C. E. 1899. Member Psi Upsilon 

Club. 

Civil Engineer. 

(Hartsdale, N. Y.) 



Robert Stillman Wightman 



r C B' 

A. B. 1897. Eucleian; Glee Club. Baseball; 
Track (Capt.). Missionary in the Adirondacks, 
00-03; Pastor Presbyterian Ciuirch. Water- 
ford, N. Y., since 05. Son of Frederick Butler 
Wightman, Delta 51, brother of Percy But- 
ler Wightman, Delta 93 and Orrin Sage Wight- 
man, Delta 95. 
Clergyman. 
5 Division St., Waterford, N. Y. 



1898 

Renwick Wylie Abbott 



W V M 

A. B. 1898. Theta Nu Epsilon; Red Dragon; 
Eucleian; Glee Club; Athletic Assn. Football; 
Baseball; Tennis; Eucleian Essay Prize. 
Brother of James Abbott, Delta 83 and uncle 
of Stanley Niver Abbott, Delta 11. 
Manufacturer. 

Universal Film Mfg. Co., West Fort Lee, 
N. J.; res. 150 W. 105th St., New York, N. Y. 

Benjamin Stockwell Barringer B7.7/ 

B. S. 1898; M. D. 1902 Cornell. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Track; Football. Asst. Surg. Mem- 
orial Hosp.; Adjunct Asst. Urologist, Bellevue 
Hosp. Member University Club. 

S'urgeon. 

109 E. 34th St.; res. 828 West End Ave., New 

York, N. Y. 



Harold Holmes Bayliss 



V 



?X 



Ph. B. 1898. Eucleian. Glee and Banjo Clubs. 

Member University Club, Pleasantville. Son 

of Benjamin Holmes Bayliss, Delta 65 and 

brother of Lucien Holmes Bayliss, Xi 91 and 

uncle of Ralph Bradford Bayliss, Xi 18. 

Civil Engineer. 

N^alhalla: res. Orchard St., Pleasantville. N. Y. 



William Mullan Campbell 



BgB' 



B. S. 1898; M. S. 1907. Phi Beta Kappa: 
Red Dragon. Freshman Entrance Prize and 
Prize Scholarship; Inman Fellowship. Prof. 
New York Univ.. 00-15; Governor New York 
Skin and Cancer PIosp. Member Psi Upsilon, 
Scarsdale Golf and Country Clubs. 
Banker. 

.^nu'rican Savings Bank, 115 \\^ 42d St.. New 
^^lrk: res. 66 Greenacre .\ve.. ITartsdalr, N. Y. 



Peter Edwin Huyler 



TIB' 



A. B. 1898. Prize Scholarship. Sec. Y. M. C. A. 

Clergyman. 

Rhincbeck, N. Y. 



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[1898-00 



George Gere MacCracken"-^' B h W 

B. S. 1898; C. E. 1899. Chemical Soc. Inman 
Fellow. 98-99; Hoe Sanitary Prize, 99; Pres. 
Engineering Soc. Brother of John Henry 
MacCracken, Delta 94 and Henry Noble Mac- 
Cracken, Delta 00. 
Civil Engineer. d. 1913 



Charles Herbert Nutter 



B0 



X 



B. S. in C. E. 1898. Theta Nu Epsilon; 

Athletic Assn.; Engineering and Laboratory 

Socs.; Y. M. C. A. Football. Member .Malba 

Field Club. 

Civil Engineer. 

14 B'vd. W., Whitestone, X. Y. 



Samuel Beecher Pray 



Bc)v 

A. B. 1898; M. D. 1901. Red Dragon; Eu- 

cieian. Attending Phys. New Rnchelle Ilosp. ; 

Pres. Med. Board. 

Physician. 

1 Blvd.. New Rochelle, N. Y. 



Frank Alatson 

B. S. 1898; C. K 
Civil Engineer. 
302 E. Main St., 



Thorburn 

. 1902. 

Grass Valley, Cal 

1899 



T d B' 



Earl Bryant Barnes B e F' 

A. B. 1899; LL. B. 1902 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Theta Nu Epsilon; Red Dragon. Tri- 
angle Board (4); James Gordon Bennett Prize; 
Supplementary Prize Scholarship. Asst. U. S. 
Dist. Atty. Member Bar Assn., City of New 
York. 
Lawyer. 

U. S. Attorney's Office; res. 40 Morningside 
Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Wilson Murdock Brown ti b F' 

2409 Grand Ave., New York N. \'. 

Howard Peers Foster A F T' 

Son of James Peers Foster, Delta 66. 

Rcsl Eststc 

Erie R. R. Co., SO Church St., New York, N. Y. ; 

res. Linden Ave., Oradell, N. J. 

^*dX' 



Frank Jay Gould 



Member I'si Upsilon. The Lambs, Motor Boat, 
New York Athletic, New York, St. Bernard, 
S'tock Exchange Luncheon, Union League, Am. 
Yacht, Atlantic Yacht, Columbia Yacht, New 
York Yacht (New York), Ardsley, Horseshoe 
Harbor, Knollwood Country, Westmoreland, 
Larchmont, Larchmont Yacht, Seawanhaka 
Yacht (N. Y'.), Racquet and Railroad (Phila- 
delphia) and Business Men's (Richmond, Va.) 
Clubs; Y. M. C. A.; Metropolitan Museum of 
Art; Military Order of Foreign Wars; Sons of 
Revolution and Country Club of Virginia. 
Capitalist. 

149 Broadway, New York, N. Y. ; res. 5 Avenue 
Picard, Maisons-Lafitte, (Seine-et-Oise), France. 

Edward Theodore Grandlienard B 1 F' 

B. S. 1899; C. E. 1900. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Freshman Entrance Prize and Scholarship; 
Fellowship in Engineering. Asst. Prof. Civil 
Engineering, Univ. of Pa. Member Philadel- 
phia Engineers' Club. 
Educator. 

University of Pennsylvania; res. 115 N. 34th 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



Rodney Mulford Heggie 



.\. B. 1899; .\. M. 1900 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Theta Nu Epsilon; Red Dragon; Glee 
Club. Prize Scholarship; Editor Violet, 99; 
Mgr. Track; Vice-Pres. Athletic Assn.; Dir. 
Santa Barbara Y. M. C. A.; Sec. Vestry of 
Trinity Church; Head Master The Hicks School. 
Member La Cumbre Golf and Country Club. 
Educator. 

25 E. Arrellaga St.; res. 218 E. Valerio St., 
Santa Barbara, Cal. 



Adna Wright Leonard 



Bhr 



A. B. 1899; B." D. 1901 Drew Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1909 Ohio Northern Univ.; LL. D 1916 
Coll. of Puget Sound; LL. D. 1916 Univ. of 
Southern Cal. Pastor Am. M. E. Church, 
Rome, Italy; Pres. Board Trustees LTniv. South- 
ern Cal. Author "The Roman Catholic Church 
at the Fountain Head," and "The Shepherd 
King." 
, Resident Bishop M. E. Church. 

7 City Hall Ave.; res. 435 Buchanan St., San 
Francisco, Cal. 



William Northrop* 

Mining. 

Frederic Duncan Shear 



BfF 

d. 1912 



Brother of Theodore Leslie Shear, Delta 00. 
39 W. 87th St., New Y'ork, N. Y. 



1900 

Cleavelaiid Vernon Childs 



Ba'$ 

A. B. 1900. Eucleian; Ichabod; Glee and 
Banjo Clubs. Intercollegiate Debater; Treas. 
Y. .M. C. :\.\ Sec. Eucleian. Member Psi Up- 
silon Club and National Assn. of Credit Men. 
Credit Manager. 

Hathaway. Smith. Folds &- Co., 45 Wall St., 
New York, N. Y'. ; res. 6 Princeton PI., Mont- 
clair, N. J. 



Robert Benjamin Craft 



Bh'$ 



Ph. B. 1900; LL. B. 1904. Golden Arrow. 
Pres. Eucleian; Baseball. 
Lawyer. 
Roxbury, N. Y. 



Samuel Wilson Hicks 






B. S. 19e0. Phi Beta Kappa; Theta Nu Epsilon: 

Eucleian; Red Dragon. Track (Capt.); Gould 

Scholarsliip; Business Mgr. Triangle. Instr. 

Chemistry and Biology, Williston Sem. 

Educator. 

W'illiston Seminary; res. 10 Payson Ave., East- 

hampton, ^Vlass. 

W d ^A 



Henry Noble MacCracken 



A. B. 1900; A. M. 1904; Ph. D 1907; L. H. D. 
and LL. D. 1915. Phi Beta Kappa; Red 
Dragon; Eucleian. Editor Triangic and Violet; 
Sec. Student Organization (4); Hebrew Prize; 
Track; Gymnastics (Mgr.) Instr. in English, 
Syrian Protestant Coll., 00-03; John Harvard 
Fellow, 07-08; Instr. in English, Sheffield Scien- 
tific School, 08-10; As.st. Prof. 10-14; Prof, of 
Englisli, 15, Smith Coll.; Pres. of Vassar Coll. j 
since 15. Author "h'irst Year English," "The i 
Serpent of Division," "Minor Poems of Lyd- 
gate," "The College Chaucer" and "Shakes- 
peare's Principal Plays;" Co-Author "Enelish 
Composition in Theory and Practice" and "An 
Introduction to Shakespeare." Brother of John 
Henry MacCracken, Delta 94 and George Gere 
MacCracken, Delta 98. 
Educator. 

President's House, Vassar College, Poughkcep- 
sie, N. Y. 



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57 



Albert Allen Xorthrop 



3e^$ 



B. S. 1900; C. E. 1901. Phi Beta Kappa; Theta 

Nu Kpsilon: Reel Dragon. Baseball, Capt. (4); 

l'\)0tball, .Mpr. (3); Pres. Student Organizatioii 

(3). Member Psi Upsilon Club; Am. Assn. of 

Civil Engineers. 

Civil Engineer. 

Stone & W'eb.ster, 1-17 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 



Theodore Leslie Shear 



B0^E 



A. B. 1900; A. M. 1903; Ph. D. 1904 Johns 
Hopkins Univ. Phi Beta Kappa; Eucleian. 
Prizes in Latin, Sophomore and S'enior Years; 
in Hebrew, Junior Year; Butler Classical Fel- 
lowship, 00-01; Greek Fellowship, Johns Hop- 
kins Univ. Junior Year. Member Century 
.\ssn.; Psi Upsilon and New York Yacht Clubs. 
Brother of Frederic Duncan Shear, Delta 99. 
I'ducator. 

Broadway and 116th St.; res. 468 Riverside 
Drive, New York, N. Y. 



Leonard Higbie Smith 



r. f -r 

Ph. B. 1900; M. I). 1903. Eucleian: Glee Club; 
Y. M. C. A. V'isiting Surg. St. Mary's Hosp., 
(Drange, N. J.; Anaesthetist Orange Memorial 
Hosp.; City Phys., East Orange. Member Am. 
Med. Assn. and Orange Clinical Soc; Country 
Club of Glen Ridge. 
Physician. 
(506 William St., East Orange, X. J.) 



Henry Randolph Sutphen 



»r h ^A 



Governor New York Skin and Cancer Hosp. 
Member Automobile Club of America; Psi Up- 
silon. Knginecrs' and New York Yacht Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

.Submarine Boat Corporation, 11 Pine .'^t.: res. 
201 \V. 57th St., New York, N. Y. 



lames Brackett \ an Meek 



ei 



'$ 



B. S. 1900; C. E. 1905. Phi Beta Kappa; Theta 
Nu Epsilon : Delta Iota Delta; Eucleian. En- 
trance Examination Prize; Football; Track; 
Capt. Baseball, 99. Member Am. Soc. Civil 
Engineers. 
Civil Engineer. 
Culver Mi'itary Academy, Culver. Inil. 



Hlliott Webster Whitney 



II o- c 

.\. p.. 1900. Golden .\rrow: Eucleian. See. 

Y. M. C. A. Brother of Chester Field Smith 

\S liitnev and Lawrence Woodward Wliitnev, 

Delta 96. 

Merchant. 

4 Denton St., Nashua, N. H. 

1901 

Robert l-lrnest liergiiian B c X' 

Ph. n. 1901. Eucleian; Y. M. C. A. l-ootball ; 

Track; Sandham Oration Prize. Member Bar 

Assn.: .Sunlight Club of Bronx. 

Lawyer. 

Smith Bldg.. E. 148th St. and 3d Ave.; res. 

408 E. 142d St., New York, N. Y. 

Henry Duranquet Brennan B H P 

B. S. 1900 Manhattan Coll. "H;" Theta Nu 

Ep.silon. Football. ^Member Psi Upsilon and 

Catholic Clubs; Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. 

Merchant. 

3 Maiden Lane; res. 668 Riverside Drive, New 

York, N. Y. 



Samuel Hopkins Hadley 



BsT 



Ph. B. 1901. Theta Nu Epsilon; Glee and Man- 
dolin and Banjo Llubs. Football. I\reinber 
Screen Club. 



.\dvertising ^lanager. 

Mutual Film Corporation, 71 W. 23d St., New 

York; res! Kcw Gardens, N. Y. 



Dean Halford 



r D 'T 



Theta Nu Epsilon; Delta Iota Delta; Red 
Dragon; "H." Football; Capt. (4); Baseball. 
Member Army and Navy Club (Washington, 
D. C. and Manila, P. 1.); Toltec and Country 
Clubs (El Paso, Tex.) Brother of Frank Hal- 
ford, Delta 02. 
Officer U. S. Army. 

Care .\djutant General V. S. Armv, Washington, 
D. C. 



Calel) Tlvatt 



¥rT 



B. S. 1901; C. E. 1902. Theta Nu Epsilon; 
'T-[." Track. Member Psi Upsilon Club; 
Engineering S'oc. and Am. Soc. Civil Engi- 
neers. Brother of George Hyatt, Delta 07 and 
John Elisha Hyatt, Delta 12. 
Civil Engineer. 
(209 Dyckman St.. New York, N. Y.) 



Jameson Northrop* 



^]T 



Ph. B. 1901. Glee Club. \'ice-Pres. Eucleian; 
Student. d. 1904 



Edward Francis Rorke 



Os'Z 



B. S. 1901. Delta Iota Delta; Red Dragoon; 
"TL" Football, Capt. (4); Business Mgr. I'io- 
Ict. 01; Corresponding Sec. Athletic Assn. (3). 
Planter. 
Brownsville, Tex. 



Charles Andrus Taylor 



Ph. B. 1901. Delta Iota Delta; Red Dragon; 

Eucleian. Baseball, Capt. Instr. Univ. Scliool 

(Bridgeport, Conn.), 02-03. 

Editor. 

N. Y. Tribune, 154 Nas.sau St.; res. 525 W. 

124th St., New York, N. Y. 

William Augustus Young ^ w 'E 

Ph. B. 1901; LL. B. 1903 New York Law 

School. Phi Beta Kappa; Theta Nu Epsilon; 

Delta Iota Delta; Eucleian. Mgr. Baseball 

14): Prize Scholarship. Member Psi LTiisilon 

Clui). Brother of George Aaron Young, Delta 

09. 

Lawyer. 

115 Broadway. New York, N. Y. ; res. Leonia, 

N. J. 

1902 



Charles Ihling Allen ^ c 'Z 

B. S. 1903. 

Mechanical Engineer. 

Hillburn; res. Sloatsburg N. Y. 

John Warren Du Bois Gould T j 'T 

B. S. in C. E. 1902; C. E. 1905. Delta Iota 

Delta; "H;" Kappa Beta Phi: Red Dragon 

Member Psi Upsilon Club. Brother of Francis 

Lewis Gould, Delta 05. 

Consulting Engineer. 

30 Church St., New York. N. Y. : res. Princeton. 

N. J. 



^zZ' 



( '.eorge Daniel Hadley* 

.\. B. 1904; B. D. 1905 Cambridge Theol. Scm. 

Theta Nu Epsilon. "H." 

Clergyman. d. 1915 



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[1902-04 



Frank Halford ^ f Z' 

Member The Lambs; Army and Navy Club. 
Brother of Dean Halford, Delta 01. 
Major U. S. Marine Corps. 

Headquarters, U. S. ilarine Corps, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 



James Franklin Hendrickson, Jr.' 



See Mu 02 

Edmund Searing Hyde 



Tt^Z 

d. 1915 

TeZ 



Manufacturer. 

Glen Shirt and Collar Co. 121 Tremont St., 

Boston; res. 20 Ashford .St., Allston, >lass. 



Archibald McLintock 



Track; Baseball; Hockey (Capt.). Brother of 
Herbert Montgomery McLintock, Lambda 08. 
Purchasing Agent. 

17 Battery PI.; res. 209 W. 97th St.. New York, 
N. Y 



George Hugh Smyth 



¥ g 'T 

Glee Club. Pastor Hitchcock Memorial 
Church. Member Scarsdale Golf and Country, 
Psi Upsilon, Clergy, Ekwanok Country, West- 
chester County, Tennis and Adelphi Clubs; 
dreenacres Assn.; Manchester Historical Soc. 
Clergyman. 
7 Gilmore Court, Greenacres, Hartsdale, X. Y'. 



Charles Lansing Thorne* 

1903 
Frederick Edgar Beebe* 



B c T 

d. 1910 



i\ 



A. B. 1903. Phi Beta Kappa. Prize Scholar- 
ship; Editor-in-Chief Triangle; Fred Seward 
Gibson Prize; Tennis Assn. 
Engineer. 



Louis Ogden Condit 



W e ^H 



A. B. 1903. Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Iota Delta; 

Red Dragon. Capt. Baseball. 

Lawyer. 

.S5 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; res. 127 Essex 
.\ve., Boonton, N. J. 



William Fletcher Irwin 



,,, 

jj w 



'S 



Track; Gymnastic; Glee Club. Member Apa- 

wamis Club. Brother of John Vosburgh Irwin, 

Delta 94. 

Merchant. 

F. U. Stearns & Co., 35 Thomas St., New Y'ork; 

res. Evergreen Ave., Rye, N. Y. 



Ford Lewis Shotwell 



TbY) 



B. S. 1903. Theta Nu Epsilon; Sphinx; "H." 

Pres. University Club. Member University 

(of the Bethlehems) Lehigh Country and New 

York Athletic Clubs. 

Engineer. 

Bethlehem Steel Co.. 3d and Poplar Sts., South 

lUtlilehcm; res. 826 W. Market St., Bethlehem, 

Pa. 



Abner Kelly Walter 



Ba^H 



Pennsylvania Club. Treas. Ashland Gun and 
Country Club. Member Pines, Fountain Spring 
Country and Ashland Gun and Country Clubs. 
Merchant. 



5th and Centre S'ts.; res. 434 Centre St., Ash- 
land, Pa. 



Frank Wells Wilcox 



^F f ^2 



A. B. 1903. Red Dragon; Delta Iota Delta. 

Mgr. Crew. Member Psi Upsilon Club. 

Insurance. 

76 William St.; res. 446 Central Park, W.. New 

York, N. Y. 



1904 



Charles Robert Adams 



Ba 

A. B. 1904. Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Iota Dt 

Red Dragon. Sec. Intercollegiate Assn. 

Amateur Athletes of America. Member 

Upsilon Club. 

Broker. 

61 Broadway, New Y'ork; res. Pelliam, N. Y 



i 

ItaTi 



ot 
Psi 



Cvrille Carreau 



Be'© 



A. B. 1904. Delta Iota Delta; "H." Mgr. Glee 

Club, 04. Member Psi Upsilon and University 

Glee Clubs. 

Real Estate and Insurance. 

Messimer & Carreau, 101 Park .Xve.; res. 65-! 

.Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Henrv Murray A'incent Connelly 

4 'h Y 'Z 

Ph. B. 1904; LL. B. 1905; LL. M. 1906, 
Theta Nu Epsilon; Delta Iota Delta; Red 
Dragon; "H;" Delta Chi. Football, 00-03; 
Capt., 02; Baseball. 01-03; Track, 01-04. Mem- 
ber I5ar Assn. City of New York; Friendly 
Sons of St. Patrick. 
Lawyer. 

Ill Broadway; res. 200 W. 57th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Clarence Lewis Davis 



Bd© 



Asst. in Biological Laboratorv 2 years. Brother 
of Will Brownson Davis, Delta 12 and D[avid] 
Itowland Davis, Delta 13. 
Advertising. 

648 Huron Rd.; res. 2085 E. 100th St.. Clove- 
land, Ohio. 



Louis St. Clair Eunson 



B A 1 



B. S. 1904. 

Physician. 

112 W. 72d St.; res. 620 Riverside Drive, New 

Y'ork, N. Y. 



Lansing Yates Lippincott 



Wig 



A. B. 1904; M. D. 1908. Univ. and Bellevue 
Med. Coll. Delta Iota Delta; Editor Triangh- 
(2) (3). (4); Editor-in-Cliicf (4-: FootbaH 
(2)', (3): Glee Club (2), (3), (4). 
Physician. 

Highland Ave.. Metuchen, N. J. 

Edward Stuart Peck ^ p 6' 

B. S. 1904. Red Dragon; Assoc. Editor Tri- 
angle. Member Executive Committee Athletic 
.'Vssn. JNIeniber Psi Upsilon and Squadron A 
Clubs. 

Broker. 

61 Broadwav; res. 57 W. 58th St.. New ^ ork. 

N. Y. 



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59 



Andrew Walz B w p~ 

' K. M. 1905 Columbia. "II;" Track. Member 
I'si rpsiloii and C'oluinbia University Clubs. 
Milling Engineer. 

71 Broadway; res. 504 W. lllth St., New York, 
N. Y. 



1905 

1 

William Entrott Coe 



Oe'K 

Chemical Soc. Football; Baseball; Track; Glee 
and Mandolin Clubs, 
("emcnt Tester. 
Cold Spring, N. Y. 

.\rthur Stimson Draper ^* s 'II 

R. S. in M. E. 1905. Delta Iota Delta; Red 

Dragon. Football : Track; Football, Capt. 

Member New York Press Club and North 

Middlesex Golf Club of England. 

Journalist. 

43 Aldwych, \V. C. London; res. 81 Hampstcad 

\Vay, Golden Queen, England. 



Oliver Chauncev Garvin 



Wc\ 



"H." Football; Baseball. Brother of Edwin 
Louis Garvin, Delta 97. 
Valley. Wyo. 



1906 



Francis Lewis Gould 



Bf::' 



H. S. 1905. Delta Iota Delta; "H." Baseball; 

Track. Member 7th Regiment N. G. N. Y. 

I'si I'psilon and Bay Head Yacht Clubs. 

Brother of John Warren Dubois Gould. Delta OJ. 

llngineer. 

\22 E. o4th St., New York, N. Y. 

William Le Baron 

Iiiitiatcil by the Omega 



Bgl 



Geor.c^e ]\Iunro 

Member Psi L'psilon Club. 

Salesman. 

594 Broadway; res. 417 W. 114tii St., New 

York. N. Y. 

; Edwin Ten Eyck Reynolds* ^I' e 'IT 

Brother of Wallace Reynolds. Delta 11. 

d. 1905 



\'incent Roberts 



¥ 



V '. 

R. S. in C. E. 1905. "H." Presentation Orator; 
Pres. Tennis Assn.; Member Executive Com- 
iniitee Athletic Assn.: Glee and Mandolin 
Clubs. Governor Psi Upsilon Club. Member 
.-\m. Soc. of Civil Engineers; New York Univ. 
Engineering Alumni Assn.; University Glee and 
Psi I'psilon Clubs. 
Ensineer and ]Manufacturer. 

Portable Band Saw Mill Inc., 239 E. 86th 
St.; res. 448 Central Park W^, New York, N. Y. 



Elmer Conant Wavne 



^F e r 



B. S. 1905. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Assistant Manager. 

Goulds Mfg. Co.. 636 Oliver Bldg., Pittsburgh; 

res. Ill Maple Ave., Edgewood Park. Pa. 

Br'n 

A. B. 1905. Red Dragon. First Prize Sand- 

liam Oration. Member Psi Upsilon. University 

Glee. Dutch Treat, Optimists' (Philadelphia) 

and Cliff Dwellers (Chicago) Clubs. 

Vocalist. 

2263 L^niversity Ave., New- York, N. Y. 



Reginald Werrenrath 



William Arthur Condit 



Ba'K 

Member Country and Commonwea'th Clubs. 
Division Traffic Superintendent. 
Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. for Mate 
of Va., 709 E. Grace St.; res. 408 N. West St., 
Richmond, V'a. • 

Jasper Spence Council ^ j O 

B. S. in C. K. 1906. Delta Iota Delta; Red 
Dragon. Football; Editor-in-Chief Triangle 
(4). Resident Representative City of New 
York at Panama Pacinc International Ex- 
position, San Francisco, 15. 
Contracting Engineer. 
503 Market St., San Francisco, Cal. 



Charles Calhoun Cragin 



'b c o' 



B. S. 1906. Delta Iota Delta; Red Dragon. 
Football (Capt.); Tennis (Capt.). Member 
Press Club. 

Consulting Hydraulic Engineer. 
624 Crocker Bldg.; res. Press Club, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 



Herbert Cressey Dowler 

See Epsilon 07 

Manager. 

Nevada Gas Co., Tonopah, Nev. 



<V C 



K 



Howard Fitzpatrick ^ S h X 

B. S. in C. E. 1906. Delta Iota' Delta; 

Eucleian. Sec. Intercollegiate Assn. of Amateur 

Athletes of America. Member University Club. 

Manufacturer. 

Thomas St. and Stewart Ave.; res. 1096 Dean 

St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Arthur Francis Hansl 



t;;f'K 



LL B 1906. Glee Club. Member Psi Upsilon 
and Ardsley Clubs; Assn. of the Bar City of 
New York. 

Lawyer. , ^ ^, ,- , 

52 Broadway; res. 306 W. 80th St., New \ ork, 

N. Y. 



William Holme ^ w 'K 

Brother of Horace Holme, Delta 07 and Ray- 
mond Arthur Holme, Delta 09. 
•Salesman. 

Chevrolet Motor Co.. 51st St. and Broadway, 
New York; res. 132 Ravine Ave., Yonkers, 
N. Y. 



Lawrence San ford Miller 



BsK 



.Member Psi Upsilon Club. 

(140 Claremont Ave., New York, N. \.) 

I Joseph] Deems Taylor <]ia.'0 

A. B. 1906. Glee Club. Violet Board (3); 
Triangle Board (4); Gymnasium Team (3); 
Track (2). (3); Prize Scholarships (1). (2). 
(3). (4); Presentation Orator (4); Co-Author 
\arsity Shows. 06. 07, OS. 09. Member Na- 
tional Federation of Musical Clubs; Psi Upsilon, 
Dutch Treat and Musicians' Clubs. 
lournalist and Musician. 

"New York Tribune; res. 2275 Loring PI., New 
^ork. N. Y. 



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[1907-C 



1907 

Louis Pedro Bassave, Jr. <\i p // 

Delta Iota Delta. IMember Psi Upsilon. New 

York Athletic, Havana Country, Vedado Tennis 

and Union (Havana) Clubs. 

Real Estate. 

329 \V. 85th St., New York, N. Y. 

William Zschwetzke Blake ;S z A 

B. C. S. 1907. Member New York Athletic 

Club. 

.Salesman. 

66 VV. 38th .St.; res. 337 VV. 85th .St., New York, 



Horace Holme 



tj;li 



Brother of U illiani Holme, Delta 06 and Ray- 
mond Arthur Holme, Delta 09 
Clerk. 

The DeLong Hook & Eye Co., 200 Fifth Ave., 
New York; res. 98 Ravine Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 



George Hyatt 



l^ge" 



B. S 1907; M. E. 1910. Member Commerce 

and Automobile Clubs. Brother of Caleb Hvatt 

Delta 01 and John Elisha Hyatt, Delta 12." 

Superintendent. 

A.sphalt Block Pavement Co., 3147 Jessie St • 

res. 2846 Robinwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio. 



Malcolm Louis Meacham 



'];1A' 



Delta Iota Delta; Track. Member Psi Upsilon 

and Ardsley Clubs. 

Real Estate. 

2^1 Park Row; res. 830 Park Ave., New York, 



Armour Phillips Payson 



^pZ- 



A. B. 1907. Red Dragon; Encleian. Editor- 
in-Chief New Yorker and Violet; Pres. Stu- 
dents' Organization. Member Psi Upsilon Club. 
Sales and Advertising Manager. 
265 Plane St., Newark, N. J.; res. 10 Seaman 
Ave., New York, N. Y. 

'\ g x~ 

S._ 1907. Glee Club. Track: Kxecutive 
Committee Athletic Assn. Member Stuyvesant 
Yacht Club. 
Merchant. 

E. 151st St. and Harlem River; res. 5 5 W 
89th St., New York, N. Y. 



Herbert Gerard Streat, Jr. 



r, 



1908 

Cristobal Thomas Coll 



^];cN 



]\Iember Allenhurst (N. J.) Club. 

Merchant. 

1834 Broadway; res. 1 \V. 68th St., New York, 

Arthur Yonge Dalziel 9 y 'M 

LL. B. 1912. Phi Delta Phi. Member Psi 

Upsilon Club. 

Lawyer. 

49 Wall St., New York; res. 81 Saratoga Ave., 

Yonkers, N. Y. 

Edwin Samuel Gorham, Jr. 9^ e V- 

Delta Iota Delta. Football, 04; Sec. of the 

Delta Corporations. Member Psi Upsilon, New 

York Athletic and Squadron A Clubs. 

Broker. 

7 Wall St.; res. 202 W. 74th St., New York. 

N. Y. 



Howard Iluntington ^'hjj, 

A. B. 1908. 

(20 Bayard Lane, Princeton, N. J.) 

Hphraim Sherman Johnson, Jr.* (i e ]\ 

Brother of William Halsey Johnson, Delta 09. 

d. 191 

Frederick Basil Judge .^ f \). 

Engineer. 

Am. Phosphate Mining Co., Tiger l',.-iv. Fla • r( 

?^2 W. 84th St., New York, N. \. 

Reginald Perry B h N 

B. S. 1908. Football; Track; Capt. Tenni 
'J cam: Dramatic Club and Junior Promenad 
Committee. Member Psi Upsilon and rnivei 
sity Heights Tennis Clubs. 

Journalist. 

New York Sun, 150 Nassau St.; res. 222 

Loring PI., New York. N. Y. 



Bradford King Wiley 



(ie'M 



Member Psi Upsilon Club. 

Manufacturer. 

Stanford Rolling Mills Co.. Springdalc. Conn 



1909 



Kdgar Williams Beckwith W 4 

I'.. S. 1910; M, n. 1913 Columbia. Nu Sigr,:. 

Xu (Columbia). Member Psi Upsilon Club. 

Physician. 

Pondfield Rd., Bronxville, N. Y. 



Ethelbert Belknap. Jr. 



tL e c( 

B. S. in M. E. 1910. Member Amackassin Clu) 

(Yonkers). Brother of William Ethelberl 

Belknap. Delta 88. -^ 

Superintendent. 

lord .'^- Buniham Co., 2 ^lain St., Irvineton: 

res. 602 N. Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. 



Floyd Edward Bliven 



F^X 



B. S, in M. E. 1909. Eucleian; Football; Sec. 
Dramatic Club (4); Crew; Treas. Rowing Assn.; 
Contributing Editor The Intercollegiate; Sec. 
New York Univ. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers 
(3); Pres. Press Club (3). Member LTniyersityi 
Club. ' 

Mechanical Engineer. 
448 M'. 7th St., Erie, Pa. 



Francis Goff Chedsey* 
Samuel Goodsell Cooper 



Allen Thomas Doggett 



(Lg'Q 

d. 1912 



gA 



^F D T> 



B. S. 1909. Eucleian; Andiron Club. Editor of 
Athletics; New Yorker and Triangle Boards. 
Member Psi Upsilon Club (Washington, D. C.) 
Brother of William Kirk Doggett, Delta 16 and 
Herbert Osgan Doggett, Delta 17. 
Inspector. 

Division of Fish Culture, Bureau of Fisheries, 
\\'ashington, D. C. ; res. 342 Westminster Rd., 
Brooklvn, N. Y. 



Robert Rynex Gifford 



.];g'a 



^lerchant. 

1st St.; res. Hickory St., Liverpool. N. Y. 



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61 



iaymoiul Arthur Holme ?> r "Q 

B. S. 1910. Mcmbcv Psi Upsilon Club. Brother 
of William Holme, Delta 06 and Horace Holme, 
Delta 07. 

Hyatt Roller Bearing Co., Newark; res. 62 
Whittle.sey Ave., East Orange, N. J. 



Villiam Halsey Johnson 



T w a 



.Member Psi Upsilon Club. Brother of Kphrair.i 

Sherman Tohn.son, Jr., Delta 08. 

(10 Millard Ave., Bronxville, N. Y.) 

\rthur Jocelyn Herbert Magrath ^ b '(]; 

LL. B. 1907; A. B. 1909. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Sec. Intercollegiate Assn. Amateur Athletes of 

.\mcrica, 08-10. 

Lawyer. 

.1 1 Nassau St., New York. X. ^'. 



\ichard Hamilton Oaklev 



B h \i 



Member University and ^lidwick Country Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

1515 Maud St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

rlerbert Gregor Cutwater . B h 'A 

' Eucleian; Basket Ball Assn.; Glee, Musical 
and Banjo Clubs. Chairman New York Univ. 
Civilian Committee for Naval Training Cruise 
for Civilians, under U. S. Government Super- 
vision, 16-17. Member Soc. of Am. Wars, Psi 
Upsilon and Riverdale Country Clubs. 
Builder. 

Edwin Cutwater Inc., 18 E. 41st St.; res. Pali- 
sade Ave., New York, N. Y. 

.otiis Phipps Sanger B s 'A 

Member Psi Llpsilon, Calumet and New York 

Athletic Clubs. 

Banker. 

60 Broadway; res. Plaza Hotel, New York, 

X. Y. 



John Alexander Shiras 



T j 'Q 



Football; Gymnasium; Glee Club. 

(1550 Overlook St., Mt. Vernon, N. Y.) 



Bdward Clark Taylor 



W e 'Q 



\ Member L^niversity Club. 

! Rancher. 

I 4th St. and National Ave., Cliula Vista, Cal. 



George Aron Young 



^y'a 



C. E. 1909. Red Dragon; Basket Ball; Foot- 
ball; Track; Capt. Football. Member Psi Up- 
silon Club (New York). Brother of William 
Augustus Young, Delta 01. 
Contractor. 
Leonia; res. Westervelt Ave., Tenafly, N. J. 



1910 



Henry Anderson, Jr. 



BhB 



B. S. 1910. Red Dragon; Mechanical En- 
gineering Soc; Rowing Assn.; Glee Club. Asst. 
Coach Crew; Track. Pres. Mechanical En- 
gineering S'oc.; Dramatics; Pres. Rowing Assn. 
Member Psi Llpsilon Club. 
Engineer. 

Engineering Dept., E. I. du Pont, de Nemours 
& Co., Wilmington, Del. 



Walter Francis Anselni Brown B y ''b 

Member Psi Upsilon Club. 

Salesman. 

Rolls-Royce Automobile Agency, 236 W. S4th 

St., New York; res. Overcliff House, Park 

Hill, Yonkers, N. Y. 



George Lunt 



BPo) 



B. S. in Chemical Engineering 1910. 

Psi Upsilon Club, Hotel Manhattan, New York, 

N. Y. 



Theodore Ripley Smith 



ntT 



Turtle (Dartmouth). Football; Gymnastics. 

Member Spanish Casino and Country Club (Ha- 

bana, Cuba). See Zeta 10 

Merchant. 

23 Hampden St., Springfield; res. Agawani, 

Mass. 



Edward Malcolm Watson 



.];d'B 



Baseball; Basket Ball. Member Advertising 

Club of New York. 

Salesman. 

Jersey City Printing Co., 160 Maple St.; res. 

99 Bayview Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 



1911 

Stanley Niver Abbott 



Frank Enderlin Booth 



¥n'X 

.Son of Tames Abbott, Delta 83 and nepliew of 

Renwick" Wylie Abbott, Delta 98. 

Assistant Sales Manager. 

Hygrade Lamp Co., 60 Boston St.; res. 14 

Temple Court, Salem, Mass. 

Bb'X 

B. S. 1911. Delta Iota Delta; Eucleian. Foot- 
ball; Tennis. Capt. Teacher Lawrenceville 
School, 14-16. Member Psi Upsilon (New York) 
Club. 
Educator. 
Roxbury, N. Y. 

Thomas Loughran Cunningham B c T 

Member Psi Upsilon and Hamilton Grange 

Tennis Clubs. 

Contractor. 

219 W. 116th St.; res. 215 W. 116th St., New 

York, N. Y. 

Raymond Dearborn Jackson 



General Manager. 

Miller-Jackson Co., 333 W. Front St., Plain- 
field; res. 305 E. Dudley Ave., Westfield, N. J. 



John Oliver Miller 



Kj '$ 



C. E. 1911. 

Manager. 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., 39 W. 32d St., 

New York; res. 123 Summit Ave., Mt. Vernon, 

N. Y. 



George Elliott Patterson 

Initiated by the Eta 

Wallace Reynolds 



iFy'B 



B. S. in C. E. 1911. Delta Iota Delta; Eucleian. 
Asst. Mgr. Gymnastics (3); Delegate Intercol- 
legiate Gymnastic Assn.; Crew (1), (2), (3); 
Capt. (3); Mgr. Tennis (4). Member Psi Up- 
■ii'on Club (New York). Brother of Edwin 
Ten Eyck Reynolds, Delta OS. 
Civil Engineer, 

Alaskan Engineering Commission, Anchorage, 
Alaska and R. H. Schenck, 45 Broadway, New 
York. N. Y. 



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[1911-1. 



Franklin Ferriss Russell 



(1^ f 'X John Klisha Hyatt 



A. B. 1911; T. D. 1915; A. B. 1913 Oxford 
Univ. and B. C. L. 1914. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi 
Delta Phi. Entrance Prize, Rhodes Scholar- 
ship. Member Psi Upsilon, Squadron C, Brook- 
lyn Chess and Invincible Clubs; Phi Beta Kappa 
Assn. Son of Isaac Franklin Russell, Delta 75, 
brother of George Phelps Russell, Delta 17 
and nephew of William Henry Russell, Delta 75 
and Charles Erickson Russell, Delta 82. 
Lawyer. 

50 Church St., New York; res. 422 Greene Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

John Frederick X^^ilhelm Schulze 

BO"- 

B. S. 1911; C. E. 1913; A. M. 1912 Clark Univ. 
and Ph. D. 1914. Phi Beta Kappa; Dramatic 
Club. Football: Show. Asst. Prof. School of 
Chemistry, Univ. Pittsburgh; Fellow Mellon 
Inst. Jicmber Psi Upsilon and Chemists' 
Clubs: Am. Chemical Soc. 

Research Chemical Engineer. 
43 Ridge Drive, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Sutherland Gazzam Taylor, Jr. ? g T 

B. S. in M. E. 1911. Delta Iota Delta; Glee 

Club. Tennis. Member Psi Upsilon Club. 

Engineer. 

Cyrus Robinson & Co. Ltd., 71 Broadway, New 

York: res. 126 N. Columbus Ave., yit. Vernon. 

N. Y. 



Andrew Ten Eyck 



By? 



A. B. 1911; LL. B. and J. D. 1914. Phi Delta 
Phi. Pres. Eucleian, 10-11; Crew; Debating 
Team; Sec. Intercollegiate Assn. of Amateur 
Athlete; of America, 09-10; George Augustus 
Sandham Prize; Valedictorian. Asst. to Chan- 
cellor New York Univ., 13-14; Sec. Arts and 
Sciences Alumni Assn., 14-15. Member Uni- 
versity, Psi Upsilon, City and Harvard (New 
York) Clubs. 
Secretary. 

State Education Bldg., Albany; res. Selkirk, 
N. Y. 

1912 

Ogden Willard Lincoln Coffin W s '$ 

Bucket and Dipper. Member Psi Upsilon (New 

York) Club. 

^Merchant. 

lis N. Wall and Rear 31 W. Long Sts.; res. 

60 .Sherman Ave., Columbus, Ohio. 



Will Brownson Davis 



Sb'A 



Delta Iota Delta. Football. Member Birch- 
wood Country Club. Brother of Clarence 
Lewis Davis, Delta 04 and D[avid] Rowland 
Davis, Delta 13. 
Advertising. 

122 S. Michigan Blvd.; res. 1620 Fargo Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 



Henry Laidlaw Dewey 



Tz-^cp 



B. S. 1913 Princeton Univ. Track (1). Mem- 
ber Princeton Quadrangle Club. 
Importer and Manufacturer. 

401 Concord Ave.; res. Morris Heights, New 
York, N. Y. 



Russell Gage Harper 



'^ 



g'$ 



Member Engineers' and Country Clubs. 
Bond Salesman. 

Hamhleton & Co., 43 Exchange PI., New York, 
N. Y. ; res. Engineers' Club, Scranton, Pa. 



BPi 

B. S. 1912; M. E. 1914. Member Psi Upsilo 
(New York) Club. Brother of Caleb Hyati 
Delta 01 and George Hyatt, Delta 07. 
Foundry Superintendent. 
Ill George St., Stevens Point, Wis. 

Flugo Houghton Lupinski • B X U 

B. S. in M. E. 1912. Member Psi Upsiloi 

Club. 

Salesman. 

Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., 165 Broad 

way. New York; res. 39 Wedemeyer Terrace 

Liberty, N. Y. 

Willis Dale Sutton ^ m "^A 

Member Psi Upsilon Club. Brother of Jame: 

Stanley Sutton, Xi 17. 

Publisher. 

8 W. 40th St., New York; res. 20 St. Andrew: 

PL, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Clarence Leon von Egloffstein t]; d '^ 

Delta Iota Delta; Eucleian. Football (1) 

(2), (3): Show (1): Cheer Leader (3). Mem 

ber Psi Upsilon Club. 

Superintendent of Construction. 

Raymond Concrete Pile Co., 140 Cedar St., 

New York, N. Y. 



1913 

Mortimer Louis Bettcher 



<l;j'u 



B. S. 1913. Delta Iota Delta. Football; Base 
ball; Junior Promenade Committee; Com- 
mencement -Speaker: Sec. Intercollegiate .\ssn. 
of Amateur Athletes of America. Member 
Psi Upsilon and Ramapough (Suffern, N. Y.) 
Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

.\m. Brake .Shoe & Foundry Co., 30 Church 
St., New York, N. Y.; res. 135 Sip Ave., Jer- 
sey City, N. J. 



D[avid] Rowland Davis 



Bh-^e 



B. S. 1913. Delta Iota Delta; Eucleian. 

Basket Ba'l, 09. Member Country Club. 

Brother of Clarence Lewis Davis, Delta 04 and 

Will Brownson Davis, Delta 12. 

Advertising. 

Mallory, Mitchell & Faust, 189 W. Madison 

St.; res. 7224 N. Clark St., Chicago, 111. 



Rutgers Fish 

Member Psi Upsilon Club. 

Real Estate. 

Bronx ville; res. Hartsdale, N. Y. 

Walter Albert Hall 



(]/ c''J 



B f 't 

A. B. 1913; LL. B. 1915; J. D. 1915. Phi 

Delta Phi; Eucleian. Samuel F. B. Morse 

Medal. 13. Member Psi Upsilon Club. 

Lawyer. 

31 Nassau S't.; res. 2233 Sedgwick Ave., New 

York, N. Y. 



Russell Valentine Tserman 



(]; c ""'J 



Salesman. 

F. J. Lisman & Co., 61 Broadway, New York, 

N. Y. ; res. 49 S. Pleasant Ave., Ridgewood, 

N. T. 

Granville Reed Swany B y '2 

B. S. in C. E. 1913; C. E. 1914. Eucleian: Glee 
and Mandolin Clubs. Freshman Prize Scholar- 
ship. Member Psi Upsilon Club (New York). 
Engineer. 
Aluminum Co. of America, Massena, N. Y. 



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63 



1914 

'loyd Flagler Baker 



It. S. in C. E. 1914. Eucleian. Football; 

Baseball. Member Golf and Psi Upsilon Clubs 
I (New York). 

Civil Engineer. 
[ Barge Canal Office, Park Ave.; res. 405 South 
j St., Mechanicville, N. Y. 

fZharles Lawrence Bristol, Jr. B 1 '- 

I B S 1914. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; 
Eucleian; Pres. (3), (4); Y. M. C. A.; Pres. 

r (3). <4). Samuel F. B. Morse Medal in Physics; 

I Valedictorian; Football (2), (3); Gymnastic 
Mgr. (2), (3). Son of Charles Lawrence 
Bristol, Delta 83 and nephew of Howard Ben- 
jamin Grose, Omega 75. 
Student. 

i Sedgwick Ave., Universitv Heights, New York, 
N. Y. 

(ohn Milam Coleman, Jr. ^F m "^Z 

Delta Iota Delta; Glee Club. Asst. Mgr. Base- 
ball; Football. 
1239 St. John's PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



l\ 



enneth Fornian Duncan 



B f 'T 



A. B. 1914. Member Bombay Gymkliana. 

Salesman. 

Standard Oil Co. of New York, Bombay, 

India; res. 52 State St., Flushing. N. Y. 



[ohn Fairhurst Evans 

A. B. 1914 Harvard. 



Wi'Z 



[ Lawyer. 






126 Market St.; res. 178 Vreeland Ave., 
Paterson, N. J. 

Howard Wesley Langley '^ ~ 

Sec Lambda 1 7 

Student. 

Irving School, Tarrytown. N. Y. 

lohn Francis Morris • B f ""T 

Red Dragon. 

Iniiior .Assistant Engineer. 

Public .Service Commission, 8 Fourth Axe.; 

res. 254 Willoughby Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Henry Latane Stevens 



T 1 X 



Brother of Paul Stevens, Delta 19. 

4.S Wall St.; res. 2094 Fifth .\vc.. New York, 

X. Y. 

Trcderick Frankhn \'an de Water, Jr. 

p.. Litt. 1914 Columbia. Member City Club. 

louriialist. 

154 Nassau St.; res. 161 W. 103d St., New 

York, N. Y. 



Howard Irving Young 



B j 't 



Delta Iota Delta; Eucleian: Red Dragon. 
Member Athletic Assn.; Editor-in-Chief The 
I'iolct; Managing Editor New Yorker. Mem- 
ber 7th Regiment N. G. N. Y'.; Sec. The 
Green Room Club; Pres. The Photodramatists. 
Member Green Room, Screen, Photodrama- 
ti.sts and Psi Upsilon (New York) Clubs. 
Author. 
103 Donaldson Ave., Rutherford, N. J. 



1915 

William Charles x-Ynderson B c ""H 

Member Psi Upsilon Club. 

(137 Morningside PL, Yonkers, N. \ .) 

John Joseph Bridgetts, Jr. «|^ f 't, 

Custom House Broker. 

2 Stone St., New York; res. 247 Clinton St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Walter Rockefeller Comfort, jr. 

" ^5 g 'a 

Football; Baseball. Member Psi Upsilon, Busi- 
ness Men's of Nyack and Nyack Country 
Clubs. 

Boston Ice Cream Co., 40 King St., Ru.xbury: 
res. 17 .Stearns Rd.. Brookline, Mass. 

Domingo Amestoy Gless fi ^ "6 

Clerk. 

(627 S. Ardniorc Ave., Los Angeles, Cal.) 

William August Hanft, Jr. W m 'I 

Glee Club; Cercle Francais. 

Broker. 

507, 100 Hudson St.; res. 514 W. 148th St., 

New York, N. Y. 



George Mitchell, jr. 



iiy 



r, 



B A 'P 

University Press Assn., 280 Madison Ave., 
New York; res. 24 Gold St., Yonkers, N. Y. 



Frank John Wiffler 

A. B. 1915. Member Psi Upsilon Club. 
Publisher. 



1916 

William Kirk Doggett 



^' f ^o 

B. S. 1916. Eucleian. Pres. Student Body: 
Football; Basket Ball. Member Psi L^psilon 
(New York), Meadow (Southampton) and 
Shinnccock Golf Clubs. Brother of Allen 
Thomas Doggett, Delta 09 and Herbert Osgan 
Doggett, Delta 17. 
Educator. 
342 Westminster Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William Henry Draper, Jr. 'i^ g '6 

A. B. 1916. Red Dragon; Eucleian. Track; 
I'ootball; Tennis, Mgr.; Capt. Dcbatjiig 'I'tani: 
\\'inner Peace Speaking Contest; .Sec. Inter- 
collegiate Assn. of Amateur Athletes of Amer- 
ica; Pres. Dramatic Soc. and Representative 
Ford Peace Expedition. Brother of Ernest 
Draper, Delta 19. 
Student. 
176 Woodworth Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 



Paul Hervey Fox 



Lecture Committee Drama League of .\merica. 

Afember Triangle and Andiron Clubs. 

Writer. 

937 Madison Ave., New York; res. 338 Warbur- 

ton Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 



"Roswell Cameron Peardon 

^'^ocal Teacher. 

(34 Carroll St.. Paterson, N. J.) 



B m ^0 



64 



DELTA CHAPTER 



[1916-: 



Frank H Sears 



Bk'O 



See Pi 16 

(Edison Electric IlluminatiiiK Co., 360 Pearl St., 
Brooklyn. N. Y.) 



Arthur Peter Sorensen 



w p 'e 



Leader Glee Club, 13-14. Member Psi Upsilon 
Club and Crescent (White Plains) Club, Inc. 
Clerk and Musician. 

3631 Grand Central Terminal, New York; res. 
17 Ridge St., White Plains, N. Y. 

William Franklin Stroud, Jr. ?]; y 'P 

B. S. in M. E. 1916. Mechanical Engineering 
S'oc. Member Psi Upsilon (New York) Club. 
Electrical Engineer. 

3144 Passyunk Ave.; res. 123 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

1917 

George Granger Brown K j o 

Tau Kappa Alpha; Eucleian; Red Dragon; Am. 
Chemical Soc. Pres. Y. M. C. A.; Managint; 
Editor Medley; Mgr. Musical Club; Sec. Inter- 
collegiate Assn. of .\mateur Athletes of America. 
Student. 
219 Rugby Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lincoln Alexander pjuchanan K j 'M 

Student. 

407 Warburton Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 

George Hill Coburn 

Student. 

2471 University Ave., New York, N. Y, 



Bi-^n 



Henry Deutz, Jr. 



[ib'n 

Clerk. 

Rittenhouse Trust Co., Philadelphia, Pa.; res. 

121 E. Oak Ave., Moorestown, N. J. 



Herbert Osgan Doggett 



X n "^O 

Brother of Allen Thomas Doggett, Delta 09 

and William Kirk Doggett, Delta 16. 

Student. 

iS7 Rugby Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Edwin Rice Dwelle 



^r f '- 



Civil Engineer. 

159 Remsen St., Brooklyn; res. 66 Oakland 

Ave., Lynbrook, N. Y. 

O y 'K 

Eucleian. Glee and Mandolin Cubs; Art Editor 

Medley (1), (2), (3); Football. Brother of 

John Henry Esquirol, Delta 20. 

Student. 

25 Crooke Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joseph Alfred Esquirol 



Charles W Fake 



(];h 



Glee Club. Member Psi Upsilon (New York) 
Club. 
Salesman. 

Thomas A. Edison, Inc.. Primary Battery Di- 
vision, Silver Lake; res. 36 Washington Ave., 
Rutherford, N. J. 



Samuel Edward Giudici 



B m ''I 



Trark: Football. Member Psi Upsilon and L^ni- 

versity Heights Tennis Clubs. 

Salesman. 

W. R. Grace & Co., 7 Hanover Sq.; re?. 182 W. 

88th St., New York, N. Y. 



Duncan Rae AlacKenzie 

Eucleian. Football. 

Student. 

508 W. 172d St., New York, N. Y. 

Ivan Herr Rowe 



ok 



N 



Alpha Iota Epsilon. Debating Team; Gh 

Club; Treas. Dramatic Soc. 

Student. 

227 Roberts Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 



George Phelps Russell 



M't 



Eucleian. Son of Isaac Franklin Russell, Del 

75, brother of Franklin Ferriss Russell, Dell 

1 1 and nephew of William Henry Russell, Dejv 

75 and Charles Erickson Russell Delta 82. 

Student. 

422 Greene Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Harold Emory Smith <li v '1 

Track. 

Student. 

24 Landscape Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 

Lloyd Benton Smith B tc ' 

Glee Club (2), (3), (4); Gymnastic (3) 

Student. 

P. O. Box 57, Dunellcn, N. J. 



Robert George Stewart 



Kr V 

Mgr. Tennis; Quartette. Member Glee an 

Rifle Clubs. 

604 Bergen Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 



Thomas Edison Walsh. Jr. 

See Pi 17 

Student. 

610 V\'. Onondaga St., Syracuse. N. Y. 



1918 



Bz' 



Edwin Carter Adams 



B g [h 

Asst. Editor New Yorker ( 1 ) ; Managing Edito 

(2). Son of Walter Booth Adams, Delt 

87 and nephew of Frederick Joseph Adam? 

Delta 91. 

Student. 

New Hartford, Conn, and American University 

Beirut, Syria. 



(ohn Bell. ]r. 



M'> 



Member Psi Upsilon, Nyack Country and Rock 

land Golf Clubs. 

Merchant. 

P.rick, Lime &■ Cement Co., Inc., 1448 \\ es 

Farms Rd., New York; res. Nyack, N. Y. 

I'aul Chapman Hamilton B 9 '-A 

Student. 

502 Gaston Ave., Tyler, Tex. 

Edwin John Houghton ^* c ''0 

Delta Delta Delta Delta: "K." Track. 

Student. 

1749 Montgomery Ave., New York, N. Y. 



lohn W^illiam Kellev 



Tfi-'Z 



Student. 

(351 S. 3d Ave.. :\rt. Vernon, N. Y.> 



918-20J 
I'iegiiiald L'pshaw Knox 

"K." Gymnastics. 
■ Student. 
jl Howe PI.. Bronxville, X. Y. 

lichard McDowell 

[I Delta Delta Delta Delta; "K." Track. 
'■ Student. 



DELTA CHAPTER 



^p'o 



338 Fulton St., Brooklyn: res. 555 \V. l"3d St., 
New York. N. Y. 



1 organ (Jlcott 



(!; f 'o 



, Member University Heights Tennis Club. 

» Student. 

[ 2ii2 University Ave.. New York, N. Y. 

.eonard Charles Lindsay Smith, Jr. 

I h 'v. 

Son of Leonard Charles Lindsay Smith. Delta 
88. 

Student. 
} 59 Woolscy St.. Long Island City, X. Y. 

Ahvood llalsey Townsend *!' j 'O 

liramatic Soc; (Jlee Club. Track; -Mgr. Musical 
Club; \czi< )'orkcr and Medley i'oards. ."^oii 
nf Palmer [Gardiner] Townsend, Delta 87 
and nephew of Frank LeGrand Townsend, 
Delta 84 and Gerard Bostwick Townsend, Delta 
«7. 

Student. 
'• 571 Tefferson Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



1919 



'Ernest Everett Draper 



T^. o- 'X 



Brother of \\'illiam Henry Draper, Jr., Delta 16. 

Student. 

1"6 Woodworth Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 

alentine Ardsley Flood {j d 'A 

Dramatic Soc. 

.'^tudcnt. 

J.i Reldcn Ave., Dobbs F"crry, X'. Y. 



^r c ''; 



•elwyn Mitchell Gibbs 

Member Xew York Athletic Club. 

Clerk. 

Am. Radiator Co., 58 Front St.. Worcester, 

.Mass.; res. 116 W. Main St., Middletown, 

X. Y. 



Cldred Absolom Halsey 

Student. 

5S E. i;7th St., Xew York, X. Y. 



p, ; [j: 



vobert Montjjomery Macdonald «!; f '). 

Sigma Chi; Glee Club. Capt. Basket Ball. 

.Student. 

220 Wadsworth .\ve.. Xew York, X. Y. 

Tenry Williams Parkhurst ^V h ""A 

Dramatic Soc. (H; Football. 

Smdcnt. 

-ni \V. I.?8t1i St.. Xew York. X. Y. 



ames Harold Potter 

Student. 

.1108 l-'arragut Rd.. Brooklyn, X. V. 



P.b'!; 



Edwin F. Schumacher 

Member Glee'and Mandolin Clubs. 

Student. 

29 N. D St., Irvington, N. Y. 



65 
O q 'X 



Paul Stevens ^ z 'A 

Cdee Cub. Brother of Henrv Latan6 Stevens, 

Delta 14. 

Student. 

2094 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 



Harold Beekman Storms 

Student. 

oSO S. 3d Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

John Harold Thompson 

Student. 

1912 l.orinK PI., Xew York, X. V. 

Walter Albert Wurth 

Glee Club. Gymnastics. 

Student. 

861 S. nth St., Newark, N. J. 



1920 



John Henry Esquirol 

Cilce Club; Dramatic Soc. Brother 

Alfred Esquirol, Delta 17. 

Student. 

25 Crooke Ave., Brooklyn, N^. Y. 

Stewart Maurer Frame 

Dramatic .Soc; Member dice and 

Clubs. 

Student. 

2131 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Clarence John Fraser* 

(;iec Club. Football. 
Student. 

Robert Powell Hu^jhes 

Student. 

75 Redficld St., Rye, N. Y. 

rCverett Raeburn Jenkins 

Football 
.Student. 
209 X. Fulton Ave., Mt. Vernon, X. 

William Hamilton Mclntyre 

Student. 

204 Wakcman PI., Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Walter John Scott 

Student. 

1 17 13tli St.. I'lushinp, \. V. 

Edward William Ward 

Student. 

56 Shanlcy .\ve., X'ewark, X. J. 



^t'Z 



By'X 



7P ^ 



^'t'v 

of Joseph 



^ b "M 

Mandoliti 



TdV 

d. 1917 

B m [A*^ 
fi c '\\ 

Y. 

Blv' 

W y X' 



BETA CHAPTER 



FOL'XDEl) AUGUST 9, 1839 



YALE UNIVERSITY 
NEW HA\"EN, CONNECTICUT 



1840 

James Staunton Babcock''^ 



YGy] 



A. B. 1840; A. M. 1843. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 39-40. Charter 
Member; Principal, Tviscaloosa, Ala., 40-43; 
Coventry, Conn., 43; Teacher, Coventry, 45-47. 
Author "Vi.sions and Voices." 
Educator. d. 1847 



Henry Booth" 



u 



D 



A. B. 1840; LL. B. 1844; LL. D. 1870 Univ. 
of Chicago. Phi Beta Kappa; Chi Delta Theta. 
Mathematical Prize, 39; Editor Yale Literary 
Magazine, 39-40. Charter Member; Principal 
Acad., \\'ellsborough. Pa., 40-41; Dist. Atty. 
Bradford County, Pa., 47-50; Dean of the Fac- 
ulty Law School, Poughkeepsie, N Y., 56-58; 
Prof. Law of Real Property and Dean of the 
Law Faculty, Univ. of Chicago, 59-73; Judge 
Circuit Court, Cook County, 111., 70-79; Member 
Chicago Athenaeum, 71-98; Pres., 75 81; Pres. 
Soc. of Ethical Culture, Chicago; Member Soc. 
for Physical Research; Assoc. Founder and 
Charter Member of the Chi; Pres. Psi Upsilon 
Assn. of the West, 78; Toast Master of the Psi 
Upsilon Convention, 81. 
Lawyer. d. 1898 

William Bartlett Brinsmade'^ T V y] 

A. B. 1840. Charter Member. 

Civil. Engineer. d. 1880 

Enoch Long Childs* £ J yj 

A. B. 1840. Phi Beta Kappa. Pres. Brothers 
in Unity, 39-40; Commencement Orator. Char- 
ter Member; Teacher High School, Henniker. N. 
IE. 32-34; Acad., Hopkinton. 34-37; Principal 
.\cad.. Montgomery, .Ma., 40-46; City and Ciiun- 
fy Surveyor, ISIontgomery. Ala., 42-46; Chief 
Deputy Collector, Internal Revenue, 4th and 
.•32d Dists., New York, 65-70. 
Civil Engineer. d. 1881 



Oeoro'e Hooker Colton* 



sRcr 



A. B. 1840. Phi Beta Kappa; Salutatorian. 
Charter Member; Teacher, Hartford Conn., 40- 
43; Poet at the Convention. 44; Orator at the 
Convention, 44-47. Author "Tecumseh. or the 
\\'est Thirty Years Since." Brother of Theron 
Caylord Colton, Beta 44, Henry Martyn Colton, 
Beta 48, and Willis Strong Colton, Beta 50. 
Journalist. d. 1847 



Henry Martyn Dexter* 



EA2 



A. B. 1840; A. M. 1843; S. T. D. 1880; A. M. 
1863 ad eundem Brown Univ.; B. D. 1844 And- 
ovcr Tlieol. Sem.; D. D. 1865 Univ. of Iowa. 



Phi Beta Kappa. Charter Member; Teacl 
Rochester, Mass., 40-41; Pastor E'ranklin Sti 
Church, Manchester, N. H., 44-49; BerkeJ?' 
(formerly Pine) Street Church, Boston, Mass 
49-67; ^Member School Committee, Manclieste 
N. H., 48; Boston, Mass., 51; Committee, Bo 
ton City Library. Author ''Street Thoughts; 
"Twelve Discourses;" "Congregationalism; 
"Verdict of Reason upon the Question of tli 
Future Punishment of those who die Impeni 
tent;" "A Glance at the Ecclesiastical Counci 
of New England;" "The Church Polity of th 
Pilgrims the Polity of the New Testament; 
".Memoranda: Pilgrim History;" "As to Kogt 
Williams and His 'Banishment' from the Mas: 
achusetts Colony;" ''The Congregationalism c 
the Last Three Hundred Years, as seen in il 
Literature;" "A Handbook of Congregations 
ism;" "The True Story of John Smith tli 
Sebaptist; with an Inquiry whether dippin^ 
were a new mode of Baptism in England in oi 
about 1641, etc;" "Common Sense as to Woma 
Suffrage"; and ".\rgument on behalf of th 
Complainants before the Visitors of Andove 
Theological Seminary, in the matter of th 
Complaint against Egbert C. Smyth, Brow 
Professor of Ecclesiastical History;" "Wha 
Ought to be Done with the Frccdmen and th 
Rebels." Member Am. Historical Assn., Am 
.\ntiquarian, New England Ilistoric-rienealog 
cal. Old Colony Historical, Long Island Histori 
cal and ^lassachusetts Historical .Socs. ^'athc 
of [Horton] Morton Dexter, Beta 67. 
Clergyman and Journalist. d. 189 

ideon Hiram Llollister* u G I 

A. H. 1840; A. INI. 1843. Editor Y,\h' I.itcra<\ 
Magazine. 39-40. Charter Member; Clerk Court 
of Litchfield «^ounty, 43-48 and 49-52; Senato 
State of Conn., 56; U. S. Minister Resi 
dent in Hayti, 68-69; Member Legislatnn 
State of Conn., 80; Poet Psi Upsilon Conveii 
tioh, 45. Author "Mount Hope;" "History o 
Connecticut;" "The Law of Eminent Domain;' 
"Tliomas a Becket." 
Lawyer. d. 18S 



Chauncev Henry Hubbard* 



sL: 



A. B. 1840. Charter Member. Acting Pastor 
Stanwich, Conn., 44-46; First Presbyteriai 
Church, Sandlake. N. Y., 46-51; Second Congre 
gational Church, Bennington, V^t., 51-73. 
Clergyman. d. 187( 



Horace James* 



rc- 



A. B. 1840; A. M. 1843; B, D. 1843 Andovei 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. Commence 
ment Orator. Charter Member; Colleague Pa.* 
tor First Church, Wrentham, Mass., 43-53; Pas 
tor First Church, Worcester, 53-61: Firsi 
Church, Lowell, Mass., 67-70; Chaplain 25th Inf 
Regiment of ^Mass. Vols., 61-64; Asst. Quarter 
master, with rank of Capt., 64-66; Supt. Freed 



66 



1840-42] 



BETA CHAPTER 



67 



men. State of N. C, 66-67; Dist. Sec. Am. and 
Foreign Christian Union for New York and 
vicinity, 70-71; Orator of the Psi Upsilon Con- 
vention. 55; Assoc. Founder of the Zeta. 
Clergyman. d. 1875 

EDS 



John Smith Kelley* 



A. B. 1840. Charter Member; Principal Acad., 
Haddam, Conn., 40-41. 

d. 1844 



Amos Edward Lawrence* 



rcH 



A. B. 1840; A. M. 1849; B. D. 1844 Union 
Theol. Scm. Asst. Sec. Am. Home Missionary 
Soc. 44-48: Charter Member; Pastor Cutchogue, 
Long Island, 48-51; South Britain, Conn., 51-61-1; 
Lancaster, Mass., 6U-65 ; Acting Pastor, llousa- 
tonic, Mass., 66-70; South Lee, 70-71; Stock- 
bridge, 73-75. 
Clergyman. d. 1897 



Daniel Parker Noyes* 



ERS 



A. B. 1840; A. M. 1844. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Prcs. of Brothers in Unity, 39-40; Commence- 
ment Orator. Charter Member; Pastor Third 
(Jay St.) Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
49-54; Sec. Am. Home Missionary Soc, 54-54; 
State Committee (Mass.) on the work of the 
Churches, 65-88; Pastor Congregational Church, 
Wilmington, Mass., 77-85; ByJield, 85-88. Author 
"Our Country." Father of Edward Parish 
Noyes, Beta 80 and Atherton Noyes, Beta 85. 
Clergyman. d. 1888 

TFy] 

Harvard Coll. 



' James Smith* 

A. B. 1840; LL. 
Charter Member. 
Lawyer 



B. 1843 



d. 1846 



1841 

Alfred Amos Abbott 

A. B. 1841; LL. B. 1843 Harvard Coll. Com- 
mencement Orator. Member Mass. Legislature, 
50 and 52; Senator, Mass.. 53; Dist. Atty., 
Eastern Dist. of Mass., 53-69; Pres. Peabody 
Inst. See Theta, 41 
Lawyer. d. 1884 

" William [Taylor] Sullivan Barry* 

ESS 

A. B. 1841. Skull and Bones. Commencement 
Orator. Member Legislature State of Miss., 
49, 51 and 55; Speaker, 55; Member U. S. 
House of Representatives, 53-55; Confederate 
Provisional Congress, 61; Colonel 35th Regi- 
ment (Confederate) Miss. Inf., 62-65. 
Lawyer. d. 1868 

Maunsell Bradhurst Field* u\i.s, 

A. B. 1841; A. M. 1846. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Scroll and Key. Minor Bully, 40-41; (Com- 
mencement Orator. Sec. U. S. Legation at 
Paris and Attache U. S. Legation at Madrid, 
54-55; Pres. -Buard of U. S. Commissioners 
to the I'aris E.xposition, 55; Kniglit 
Legion of Honor (France), 55; Deputy U. S. 
Sub-Treas., New York, 61-63; Asst. Sec. 
Treasury of the U. S., 63-65; Collector Internal 
Revenue, 6th Dist. of New York, 65-69; Judge 
. U. S. Court 2d Dist. of New York, 73-75; 
Chairman (Yale) Woolsey Fund Com- 
mittee, 71-75; Pres. Yale Alumni Assn. of New 
Y'ork. 74. Author "Adrian, or the Clouds of 
the Mind;" "Memories of Many Men and 
Some Women." 
Lawyer. d. 1875 

(4) 



Edmur.d Pendleton Gaines* (|^ H 

A. B. 1841; A. M. 1844. Editor Yale Literary 
Magaizne, 40-41. Chief Clerk. Int_ernal Rev- 
enue Division Secretary's Office, 65-76. 

d. 1898 



Edward Mills* 



EXH 



A. B. 1841. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 

Orator. 

Lawyer. d. 1862 



Charles Sherman Minor 



* 



£ X a 



A. B. 1841. Phi Beta Kapna; Chi Delta Theta. 
Principal Acad., Wellsbornugh, Pa., 41-43; 
State Commissioner Enrollment for Wayne 
County, Pa., 62; Atty. U. S. Bureau of Cap- 
tured and Abandoned Property, Washington, 
D. C, 63-64; Asst. U. S. Assessor and Deputy 
Collector of Internal Revenue, Counties of 
Wayne and Pike, Pa., 64-74; Trustee State 
Lunatic Asylums, Harrisburg and Danville, 
Pa. Author "Nature, the Source of all Relig- 
ions," and "Man's True Place in the Universe." 
Lawyer. d. 1900 



John Morrison Pinkerton* 



Ev 



A. B. 1841; A. M. 1845; LL. B. 1845 Harvard. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. 
Dir. Am. Education Soc, 54-72; Vice-Pres., 
72-74; Vice-Pres. Am. Coll. and Education Soc, 
74-81; Am. Missionary Soc, 76-81. 
Lawyer. d. 1881 

John Dale Powell* A F p 

A. B. 1841; A. M. 1848; LL. B. 1843 Harvard. 
Lawyer. d. 1850 

William Erigena Robinson* a S 

A. B. 1841; A. M. 1844. Founder Yale 
Banner. Pres. Brothers in Unity, 40-41. 
Weigher New Y^ork Custom House, 49-53; 
Assessor of Internal Revenue, Third Dist. New 
York, 62-66; Member U. S. House of Repre- 
sentatives, 67-69 and 81-85; Founder and Char- 
ter Member of the Beta; Assoc. Founder of 
the Sigma and Gamma; Editor ''First General 
Catalogue"; Orator of the Convention, 51. 
Author "Ireland and the Irish" and "The Celt 
and the Saxon." Initiated by the Theta 
Journalist. d. 1892 

d. 1871 



Guy Bryan Schott* 



A. B. 1841. 
Lawyer. 

Hezekiah Sturges* 



£ V -T) 

A. B. 1841. Teacher Latin and Greek Acad., 
GiJbertsville, N. Y. 41-43; Judge Court ot 
Common Pleas, Otsego County, 68-71; Canal 
Appraiser State of N. Y., 77-80. 
Lawyer. , d. 1884 



ITenry Perrine Townsend 



:): 



u 9 a 



Lawyer. 



1842 



Edward Law Baldwin* 



A. B. 1842; LL. B. 1844. Editor Yale Literary 
Mayasine, 41-42. Executive Sec. State of 
Conn, (for his father) 44-45. Brother of 
Roger Sherman Baldwin, Jr., Beta 47 and 
.Simeon Eben Baldwin, Beta 61. 
Lawyer. d. 1848 



68 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1842 



George Bushnell 



* 



Ha9 



A. B. 1842: B. D. 1846; S. T. D. 1870 Beloit 
Coll. Teacher West Hartford. Conn., 42-43; 
City Supt. of Public Schools, Worcester, Mass., 
57-59; Pastor Salem Street Church, Worcester, 
Mass., 48-57; 1st Church, Waterburv, 59-65; 
1st Church, Beloit, Wis., 65-85. Father of 
George Ensign Bushnell, Beta 76. 
Clergyman. d. 1898 

Alexander Huntington Clapp* a S p 

A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845; B. D. 1845 Andover 
Theol. Sem.; S. T. D. 1868 Iowa Coll. Alpha 
Delta Phi. Pres. Brothers in Unity, 41-42; 
English Composition Prizes, 39 and 40; Berk- 
leian Latin Premium, 39. Acting Prof, of 
Rhetoric and English Literature, Middlebury 
Coll., 45-46; Pastor Brattleboro, Vt., 46-53; 
Beneficent Church, Providence, R. I., 55-65; 
Sec. Home Missionary Soc, 65-78; Treas. 78- 
88; Chaplain 10th Inf. Regiment R. I. \'ols., 
62. Author "God's Purpose in the War." 
Clergyman. d. 1899 



William Postell Gready* 



H^e 



A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845; B. D. 1845 Prince- 
ton Theol. Sem. Skull and Bones; .\lpha 
Delta Phi. Editor Yale Literary Magazine. 
41-42. Missionary Work, Retreat and Tuga'o, 
S. C, 57-65. 
Clergyman. d. 1882 



Charles Henry Hall* 



y;X0 



A. B. 1842; A. M. 1847 Trinity Coll; S. T. D. 
1860 Hobart Coll.; S. T. D. 1860 St. John's 
Coll.; S. T. D. 1861 Columbia. Rector St. 
John's Church, Huntington, N. Y., 45-47; 
Church of the Holy Innocents, West Point, 
N. Y., 47-48; St. John's Church, John's Island, 
S. C, 48-57; Church of the Epiphany, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 57-69; Church of the Holy 
Trinity, Brooklyn, N. Y., 69-88; Chaplain 23d 
Regiment N. G. N. Y. ; Orator Annual Conveti- 
tion, 86. Author "Notes, Practical and Exposi- 
tory, on the Gospels;" "True Protestant Ritual- 
ism;" "Spina Christi;" "The Church of the 
Household;" "A Mournful Easter;" "Conscience 
in its relation to the Duties of the Citizen to the 
State;" "The Valley of the Shadow" and "Pa- 
triotism and National Defense." 
Clergyman. d. 1895 

ScpP 

d. 1840 



Elijah Scribner Hawley* 



Albert Mathews* 



(rtj;0 



A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845. Skull and Bones. 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 41-42. Mem- 
ber Executive Committee Yale Alumni Assn. 
of New York, 78-79; Vice-Pres. New York 
Bar Assn., 86. Author "Walter Ashwood, a 
Love Story;" "A Bundle of Papers:" "Thoughts 
on Codification of the Common Law;" "Inci- 
dental Protection a Solecism" and Psi LTpsilon 
Song "Golden Days in Psi U." 
Lawyer. d. 1903 

20© 

d. 1885 

Yt^H 

A. B. 1842. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones; 
Alpha Delta Phi. Editor Yale Literary Maga- 
zine, 40. Member Ohio Constitutional Conven- 
tion, 50-51. Author "Address Against Slavery." 
Merchant. d. 1859 



John Jay Orton* 

A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845. 
Lawyer. 

Jacob Perkins* 



John Addison Porter* 



Y1£0 



A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845; M. D. 1855. Scroll and 
Key. Prof, of Rhetoric, 45-47; Asst. in Chem- 
istry, Harvard. 50; Prof, of Industrial Chem- 
istry, Brown Univ., 50-52; Acting Prof, of 
Analytical and Agricultural Chemistry, Yale, 
52-53; Prof. 53-56; of Organic Chemistry, 56-64. 
Author "Principles of Chemistry" and "First 
Book of Chemistry." 
Educator. d. 1866 



Steuben Rexford* 



HxP 



A. B. 1842 
Lawyer. 

David Trumbull* 



Teacher, Norfolk, Va., 42-44. 

d. 1850 



SwP 



A. B. 1842; B. D. 1845 Princeton Theol. Sem.; 
S. T. D. 1866 Ind. Univ. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Chi Delta Theta. Librarian, Brothers in Unity, 
41-42; Commencement Orator. Pastor Union 
Church, Valparaiso, Chile S. A., 45-88; 
Teacher Young Ladies' English School, 49-51; 
Principal, 51-57. Author "Discourse before the 
Masonic Chapter at Valparaiso;" "On Death of 
the Intendente of Valparaiso;" "On Christian 
Freedom;" "On the Death of President Lincoln" 
and "On the Death of President Garfield;" Mem- 
ber New Jersey Historical Soc. Father of David 
Trumbull. Jr.. Beta 76, John Trumbull, Beta 78. 
Stephen Trumbull, Beta 80 and William Trum- 
bull, Beta 83, and' brother of James Hedden 
Trumbull, Beta 48. 
Clergyman. d. 1889 

James Hammond Trumbull* o" a 9 

A. B. 1850; A. M. 1850; LL. D. 1871; LL. D. 
1887 Harvard; L. H. D. 1887 Columbia. Lec- 
turer on North Am. Indian Languages; Asst. 
Sec. State of Conn., 47-52 and 58-61; State Li- 
brarian and Registrar, 54-55; Sec. of State, 61- 
65: Librarian Watkinson I-ibrary, Hartford, 
58-88. Author "Defense of Stonington, Conn., 
against a British Squadron, August 9-12, 1814;" 
"The True Blue-Laws of Connecticut, etc.;" 
"The Memorial History of Hartford County, 
Conn.;" "The Origin of McFingal;" "The 
Origin of the Expedition against Ticonderoga;" 
"The Composition of Indian Geographical 
Names;" "The Best Method of Studying the 
Indian Languages;" "Notes on l^ortv Algonquin 
Versions of the Lord's Prayer." Member Am. 
Antiquarian, Connecticut Historical, Am. Orien- 
tal, Am. Ethnological and Am. Philological Socs. 
and National Acad, of Science. Brother of 
Charles Edward Trumbull, Beta 54. 
Librarian and Author. d. 1897 



Leander Elmer Wakefield* 



rjjp 



A. B. 1842. Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi. 
Pres. Brothers in Unitv, 42. Pastor, Hopkinton, 
R. I., 44-45; Feltonville (Hudson), Mass., 45-48 
and 52-54; Osterville (Barnstable), 48-52; 
Monticello, Minn.. 64-65; Member Mass. Legis- 
lature, 57-58; School Committee of Hudson, 
53-64. 
Clergyman. d. 1865 

Henry Dana Artemas Ward* cr [a 

A. B. 1842. Phi Beta Kappa. Member City 
Council, Middletown, 75; Aldecman, 76; Board 
of Education, 74-79. 
Lawyer. d. 1896 



Robert William Wright* 



SoP 

A. B. 1842. Pres. Brothers in Unity, 41; Edi- 
tor Yale Literary Magazine. 41-42. Judge Pro- 
bate, Dist. of Waterburv, New Haven County, 
Conn., 58-59; Executive Sec. State of Conn., 
67-71. Author "The Church Knaviad:" "The 
\'ision of Judgment :" "The Pious Chi-Neh" and 
"Life, its Tru'' Genesis." 
Lawyer and Journalist. d. 1885 



1843-44] 



BETA CHAPTER 



69 



1843 
Benjamin Tucker Eames* T o) 11 

A. B. 1843; A. M. 1846. Phi Beta Kappa; 

Skull and Bones!. Pres. Brothers in Unity, 
42-43. Member Legislature State of R. I., 59, 
and 68-69: Speaker, 69; Senator, 54-56, 59, 63 
and 84-85; Member U. S. House of Representa- 
tives, 71-79. Father of Waldo Chapin Eames, 
Beta 81. ^ ,„„, 

Lawyer d. 1897 



Hallam Eldreds,-e* 



T 9 t: 



A. B. 1843. Commencement Orator; Li- 
brarian of Linonia, 42-43. Author "On the 
Income la-x" and "The Lunar Theory of the 
Tides." 
Farmer. d. 1893 



Tel 

d. 1889 

A. B. 1843; A. M. 1846. Skull and Bones; 
Pres. Brothers in Unity, 42-43. Pres. Board 
of Trustees of Canandaigua, N. Y. 
Lawyer. d. 1868 



Christopher Granimer* 

A. B. 1843. Skull and Bones. 
Lawyer. 

Gideon Granger* 



Daniel William Havens* 



^sn 



A. B. 1843; B. D. 1846 East Windsor Theol. 
Sem. Phi ^eta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
Editor Ytile Literature Maga::ine. 42-43; Com- 
mencement Orator; Vice-Pres. of Linonia, 42. 
Pastor Hast Haven, Conn., 47-77; Member Al- 
bany Convention, S3; Oberlin Council, 71; 
Conn. Legislature, 72; Trustee Highland Univ., 
84-88; Dir. Norman Univ., 85-88. Author "His- 
tory of the Town of East Haven, Conn." 
Clergyman. d. 1889 



John Abram Lent* 



T^n 



A. B. 1843. Skull and Bones. Judge Ala- 
meda County Court, Cal., 59-63. 
Lawyer. d. 1863 

Edward -Monroe* T I 

A. B. 1843. Phi Beta Kappa. d. 1851 

Frederick Munson* ^ X t 

A. B. 1843. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 42-43; Com- 
mencement Orator. Teacher, South Britain, 
Conn.. 43; East Windsor, 43-44: Pastor, 47-56: 
East Windsor, 56-65; Brookfield, 65-68; Patch- 
ogue, L. I., 68-75; Haddam Neck, Conn., 75-84. 
Clergyman. d. 1902 



George Northrop'' 



Lawyer. 



John Frederick Nourse* 



TttH 



Zan 



A. B. 1843; A. M. 1846. Scro'l and Key; 
Alpha Delta Phi. Commencement Orator. 
Principal Acad., Beverly, Mass., 43-45; Endi- 
cott and Chapman Schools, Boston, 45-54. 
Educator. d. 1854 

Txl 



George Taber Pierce* 



A. B. 1843. Member N. Y. Legislature, 46 and 
62-63; Senator, 52-53; Member Kans. Legisla- 
ture, 69-70; Trustee Vassar Coll., 61-67. -Xu- 
thor "The Public Defenses." 
Farmer. d. 1901 



0,° ^ 



Horace Hall Reid* 

A. B. 1843! A. M. 1846 Trinity Coll.; B. D. 
1848 General Theol. Scm. Principal Acad., 

Bedford, N. Y., 43-45: Rector St. Peter's 
Church, Paris, Ky., 48-50; Christ Church, 
Watertown, Conn., 50-57; St. Stephen's Church, 
Millburn, N. J., 57-59. Brother of Lewis Hub- 
bard Reid, Beta 47, uncle of Lewis Fuller Reid, 
Beta 75, Clarence Ledoux Reid, Beta 77 and 
Edward Winthrop Reid, Beta 86. 
Clergyman. d. 1860 

Edward Wright Robbins t, a t 

A. B. 1843; A. M. 1846. Scroll and Key. 
Pres. of Linonia, 42. Editor Yale Literary 
Magasine, 42-43. Teacher, Meriden, Conn., 
43-44; Eastville, Va., 44; Instr. Conn. State 
Normal School. 58-60. Author "A New 
Method of Finding the Squares of Numbers;" 
'"A Few Words about Elihu Burritt" and "Car- 
field and Glory." 
Author. d. 1899 



Lucius Franklin Robinson* 



i<pn 



A. B. 1843; LL. B. 1845; A. M. 1846. Skul! 
and Bones. Commencement Orator. City .\tty., 
54-58 Brother of Henry Cornelius Robinson, 
Beta 53 and uncle of Lucius Franklin Robin- 
son, Beta 85 and Henry Seymour Robinson, 
Beta 89. 
Lawyer. d. 1861 

T CO X 



John Warburton Skinner* 



.\. B. 1843. Scroll and Key; Alpha Delta Phi. 
Pres. of Brothers in LTnitv, 42. Supt. Schools 
of the Children's Aid Soc, New York, 68-88; 
1st Lieut. Company C, 10th Inf. Regiment 
Mo. Vols., 62-63. 
Educator. d. 1889 



Henry Stevens* 



Zcpl 



A. B. 1843. Skull and Bones. Librarian 
Brothers in Unity, 42-43. Author "My Eng- 
lish Library;" "American Bibliographer;" "A 
Catalogue Raisonne of English Bibles" and 
"Historical Nuggets." 
Antiquarian. d. 1886 

1844 



Isaac Atwater* 



T^K 



A. B. 1844. Phi Beta Kappa. Editor Yale 
Literary Magasine, 43-44. Teacher, Macon, 
Ga., 44-45; Reporter Supreme Court of Minn., 
51-54; Dist. Atty., Minneapolis, 52-54; Member 
and Sec. Board of Regents, Univ. of Minn., 
51-58; Assoc. Justice Supreme Court, 57-64; 
Pres. Citv Council of Minneapolis, 71-72; Board 
of Education. 74-88: Board of Trade, 85-88; 
Pres. St. Barnabas Hosp., 84-88. 
Lawyer. d. 1906 



Theron Gaylord Colton 



!;8o 



A. B. 1844; A. M. 1847; B. D. 1849. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. Commencement 
Orator. Teacher. 44-46: Pastor. North Haven, 
Conn., 49-51; Ware, Mass., 51-55; Monson, 
55-66; Whitewater, Wis., 66-75; Hudson, Mich., 
75-84: Root^town, Ohio, 84-S.'^: Trust'e Mon- 
son Acad., 55-66. Author "The Jewish Perse- 
cutor;" "The Jewish Heroes." Brother of 
fforge Hooker Colton. Beta 40, Henry .^^artyn 
Colton, Beta, 48 and Willis Strong Colton, 
Beta, 50. 
Clergyman. d. 1896 

William Horace Elliot* Tax. 

A. B. 1844; A. M. and LL. B. 1847. Phi 

Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. Commencement 

Orator. 

Lawyer. d. 1852 



70 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1844-45 



Orris Sanford Ferry* 



Z, a o 

A. B. 1844. Skull and Bones. Editor Yale 
Literary Magazine, 43-44; Townsend Premium, 
44. Lieut. -Colonel 12th Division Conn. Militia, 
4/; Judge Probate Dist. of Norwalk, Fairiield 
County, 49; Senator State of Conn, and Fel- 
low of Yale Coll. 55-56; Atty. Fairfield County, 
56-59; Member U. S. House of Representatives, 
59-61; Colonel 5th Inf. Regiment Conn. Vols., 
61-62; Brigadier-General, 62-65; U. S. Senator, 
66-75. 
Lawyer. d. 1875 



William FewSmith* 



^^O 



A. B. 1844; A. M. 1847. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones; Chi Delta Theta. Berk- 
leian Premiums for Latin and Greek; 1st Philo- 
sophical Oration at Commencement. Teacher, 
Philadelphia, Pa., and Camden, N. J., 44-88; 
Member Board of Education, N. J., 62; Supt. 
Public Schools, Camden, 68-74. 
Educator. d. 1900 



Samuel Augustus Fisk* 



ZpO 

A. B. 1844; A. M. 1847; M. D. 1846 Univ. of 
Pa. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. Pres. 
Mass. Med. Soc, 69-71. Member Board of Cor- 
porators, Clarke Inst, of Deaf Mutes. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1884 

George Warren Goldsby* Z >. o 

Member Ala. Legislature, 48-52. 

Planter. d- 1861 

Joseph King Meritt* C w K 

A. B. 1844; A. M. 1847; M. D. 1848 Columbia. 
Asst. Surg. New York Hosp., 48-49; Resident 
Surg.. 49-50; Surg. U. S. Army, 62; Central 
Park Hosp., New York, 63-65. 
Physician and Surgeon. d 1882 



HoUis RusselP' 



T0O 



A. B. 1844; A. M. 1847. Scroll and Key. 
Pres.. Brothers in Unity, 43-44; Townsend 
Premium, 44; Commencement Orator. Teacher, 
Clarksville, Tenn., 44-47; Pastor Congrega- 
tional Church, Schoolcraft, Mich., 48-50. 
Clergyman. d. 1850 



Edward David Selden* 



ZiK 



A. B. 1844; A. M. 1847. Phi Beta _ Kappa. 
One 1st and two 2d Berkleian Latin Prizes; 1st 
English Composition Prize, 43 ; Commencement 
Orator. Supt. of Schools, 60; Town Commis- 
sioner, 64; Member Vt. Legislature, 61-62. 
Brother of Charles Selden, Beta 48 and father 
of Robert William Selden, Beta 80. 
Manufacturer. d. 1907 



James Austin Shelton* 



tyO 



A. B. 1844. Commencement Orator. Teacher 

Louisville, Ky., 44-46; Rupert, Vt., 46-47; Capt. 

Company G, 1st Cavalry Regiment Vt. Vols., 

61-62. 

Merchant. d. 1877 



Joseph Burbeen Walker* 



Lay. 

A. B. 1844; A. M. 1891; A. M. 1883 Dart- 
mouth. Skull and Bones. Trustee Phillips ("Exe- 
ter) Acad.; Member Board of Education, Union 
School Dist. Concord, 73-02; N. H. I^egislature, 
66-67; Alderman, Concord, 72-74. Member 
New England Historic-Genealogical, Am. Anti- 
quarian and Prince Socs. Father of Charles 
Rumford Walker, Beta 74 and Nathaniel Upham 
Walker, Beta 77. 
Merchant. d. 1913 



Martin Kellogg Whittlesey* ¥ L O 

A. B. 1844; B. D. 1847; S. T. D. 1877 Illinois 
Coll. Phi Beta Kappa: Chi Delta Theta. Berke- 
ley Latin Premium, 42; Commencement Orator, 
Acting Pastor 1st Church, Ottawa, 111., 48-49; 
Pastor 49-70; Alton 70-72; Supt. Home Mis- 
sionary Soc. for Central and Southern Illinois, 
Jacksonville, 72-78; Church. Ottawa, 81-82; 
Truste-2 Illinois Coll., 74-88; Registrar, Corres- 
ponding Sec. and Treas. 111. State Assn. of 
Congregational Churches, 52-96. 
Clergyman. d. 1896 

Goodwin Gardner Williams* t <p o 

LL. B. 1844 Coll. of William and Mary. 
Lawyer. d. 1864 



1845 

John Dorsey Bald* 

A. B. 1845. 
Lawyer. 

John Southard Belcher* 



sex 

d. 1890 



A. B. 1845; A. M. 1848. Pres. New York 

Fire Dept. 

Insurance. d. 1883 



William Binney* 



A. B. 1866; A. M. 1866; A. M. 1856 Brown 
Univ. Phi Beta Kappa. Editor VuLe Literary 
Magazine, 43. Member City Council of Provi- 
dence, 57-74; Pres., 63-71; R. I. Board of State 
Prison Insprs., 67-02; R. I. Commission for the 
Erection of the State Soldiers' Monument; R. 
I. Legislature. 
Lawyer. d. 1909 



Josiah Bissell Crowell* 

A. B. 1845. 

Isaac LaFavette Cushman* 



HP^ 



■ d. 1845 

(joX 

A. B 1845. Skull and Bones. Principal Acad. 
Sherburne, N. Y., 48; New Berlin, 48-49; Mem- 
ber N. Y. Legislature, 50. 
Merchant. d. 1857 



Guy Bigelow Day* 



SaS 



A. B. 1845; A. M. 1848; B. D. 1848. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Deacon Coll. Church, 41-45; 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 44-45; Town- 
send Premium, 45; Commencement Orator. 
Acting Pastor Higganum, Conn., 48-49; VVest- 
ville. Conn., 49; Pastor and Teacher of Public 
County School, Appalachicola, Fla., 49-52; 
Principal Lewis Acad., SouthiuTton, Conn.. 52- 
54; Golden Hill Inst., Bridgeport, 54-91. 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1891 

Henry Day* H w X 

A. B. 1845. Pres. Brothers in Unity, 44-45. 
Principal Acad., Fairfield, Conn., 45-47; Trustee 
Princeton Theol. Sem.. 66-81; Union Theol. 
Sem., New York, 70-88. Author "From the 
Pyrenees to Pillars of Hercules;" "A Lawyer 
Abroad;" "What to See and How to See" and 
"Maria Cheeseman, or the Candy Girl." 
Lawyer. d. 1893 

Andrew Flinn Dickson* r; a A 

A. B. 1845; A. M. 1848; B. D. 1850. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. Teacher 
Charleston, S. C, 45-46; Cincinnati, Ohio, 46- 
47; Pastor Asheville, N. C. 50-52; John's 



1845-46] 



BETA CHAPTER 



71 



Island and Wadmalaw, S. C, 5255; Orange- 
burgli, S. C, 56-61; Canal Street Church, New 
Orleans, La., 68-71; Wilmington, N. C, 71-73; 
Chester, S. C, 73-76; Senior Prof. Presbyterian 
Inst, for the training of Colored Ministers, 
Tuscaloosa, Ala., 76-79. Author "Plantation 
Sermons;" "The Temptation in the Desert;" 
"The Light — is it Waning?" 
Clergyman. d. 1879 



Constantine Canaris Esty* 



<y'l'^ 



A. B. 1845; A. M. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. Commencement Orator. 
Senator State of Mass., 57-58; Member Mass. 
Legislature, 67: Mass. Board of Education, 
71-79; U. S. House of Representatives, 72-73; 
Judge Court of Record, Dist. of Framingham, 
74-02. 
Lawyer. d. 1912 



George Canning Hill* 



S^>. 



A. B. 1845. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones-, 
Chi Delta Theta. Editor Yale Literary Mag- 
azine, 44-45; Pres. of Linonia, 44-45; Com- 
mencement Orator. Assoc. Principal Boys' 
High School, Norwich, Conn., 45-46; Principal 
Acad., Lowndesborough, Ala., 46-47. 
Journalist. d. 1898 

John Talmadge Marsh 

Initiated by the Delta 

James Morton* H a S 

A. B. 1845; B. D. 1849 Union Theol. Sem. 
Teacher Rome, N. Y., 45-46; Principal Acad., 
Whitesboro, N. Y., 46-47; Pastor, Turin, N. Y., 
51-54; Delaware City, Del., 54-59; New York 
City, 60-61; Tremont, N. Y., 61-63; Galesburg, 
111., 63-65; Stanhope, N. J., 68-70. 
Clergyman and Manufacturer. d. 1894 

Sereno Dwight Nickerson* a <p A 

A. B. 1845: A. M. 1848; LL. B. 1847 Harvard. 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

Real Estate. • d. 1909 



Isaac Lewis Peet* 



flV-k 



A. B. 1845; A. M. 1848; B. D. 1849 Union 
Theol. Sem.; LL. D._1872 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Scroll and Key. English Composition 
Prize. 41: Commencement Orator. Prof. New 
York State Inst, for the Deaf and Dumb, 45- 
52: Vice-Principal, 52-67; Principal, 67-88. 
Brother of Dudley Peet, Beta 52. 
Educator. d. 1898 



Henry Sanford* 
Leonard Eugene Wales* 



cry A 

d. 1846 

SvS 

A. B. 1845. Skull and Bones. Clerk U. S. Cir- 
cuit and Dist. Courts, Dist. of Del.; 2d Lieut. 
Co. _E., 1st Regiment Del. Vols, 61; U. S. Com- 
missioner of Enrollment, State of Del., 63-64; 
Assoc. Judge .Superior Court and Court of 
Errors and Appeals, State of Del., 64-84; Judge 
U. S. Dist. Court for the Dist. of Del.. 84-88. 
Member Delaware Historical Soc. 
Lawyer. d. 1897 



1846 

Joseph Willes Backus 



* 



ZcpN 



A. B. 1846; A. M. 1849; B. D. 1852. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Skull and Bones. Commencement 
Orator. Teacher, Buffalo, N. Y., 46-47; Pas- 



tor, Blackstone, Mass., 52-55; Chaplain, Conn., 
55-57; Leominster, Mass., 57-62; John Street 
Church, Lowell, 62-66; Thomaston, Conn., 66- 
83; Plainville, 83-88. 
Clergyman. d. 1901 

John Woodbridge Birchmore* !^ s M 

A. B. 1846; A. M. 1849; A. M. 1872 Trinity 
Coll. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. Com- 
mencement Orator. Teacher Westmoreland 
f'ountv, Va., 46-47; Rector St. John's Church, 
Millville, Mass., 49-52; St. Mary's Church, 
Dorchester, Mass., 52-53; Christ Church, Gen- 
cseo, N. Y., 53-59; Rochester, N. Y., 59-60; 
St. Paul's Church, Flint, Mich., 60-69; Christ 
Church, Hyde Park, Mass., 69-75; Church of 
the Good Shepherd, Clinton, 75-78: St. 
John's Church, Abilene, Kans., 78-81; Trinity 
Church. Camden, N. Y., 81-82; Mission, 
Edwardsville, 111., 82-83: Grace Church, Muncie, 
Ind., 83-88. Author "Prophecy interpreted by 
History:" "Historical Christianity." 
Clergyman. d. 1900 

T (0 V 

A. B. 1846. Skull and Bones. Pres. 
Brothers in Unity, 45-46; Editor Yale Literary 
Magazine, 45-46; Townsend Premium, 46. 
Reporter for the Supreme Court, Territory of 
Minn., 54-55; City Atty. St. Paul, 56; Pres. 
Senate, Territory of Minn., 55-57; Member 
Minn Legislature, 58 and 63; Mayor City of 
St. Paul, 57-58. 
Lawyer. d. 1898 



John Ball Brisbin* 



Henry Childs* 



Zr)M 



A. B. 1846; A. M. 1849. Teacher, Cleveland, 

Ohio, 46-53. 

Manufacturer. . d. 1885 



Isaac Clinton Collins* 



T V [Ji. 



A. B. 1846. Phi Beta Kappa. Member Ohio 
Legislature, 57-81; Judge of the Common Pleas 
and District Court, Ohio, 59-61; Pres. Cin- 
cinnati Bar Assn., 77-79. Author "A Speech 
on the Usury Laws." 
Lawyer. d. 1879 

Charles Joseph Gobrecht* t] ^ l^. 

A. B. 1846; A. M. 1868. 

Lawyer. d. 1896 

David Hawley* t p N 

A. B. 1846; Skull and Bones. Editor Yale 

Literarv Magazine, 45-46. 

Lawyer. d. 1903 

Roderick Moseley Morrison* t t|; [x 



Scroll and Key. 
Lawyer. 



d. 1849 

Tov 

d. 1890 

A. B. 1846. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
Commencement Orator. Assoc. Justice Su- 
preme Court Territory of Minn., 57-58; U. S. 
Di.st. Judge, Dist. of Minn., 58-02. 
Lawyer. d. 1904 



David Humphrey Mulford* 

A. B. 1846. Skull and Bones. 
Manufacturer. 

Rensselaer Russell Nelson* 



William Russell Nevins* 



T (X\i. 



A. B. 1846. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 45-46. 
Lawyer. d. 1881 



72 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1846-4; 



Charles Josias Pennington* Z M 

A. B. 1846 A. M. 1849. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Scroll and Key. Clerk U. S. Census Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, 59-61. 
Lawyer. d. 1877 



Samuel Thomas Richards* 



tSv 



A. B. 1846; B. D. 1849. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Pastor, Spencerport, 
N. Y., 59-66. Author "Perils of our Pros- 
perity." 
Clergyman. d. 1881 



Josiah Savage* 



CeN 



A. B. 1846. 
Lawyer. 



Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 

d. 1849 



Abijah Hull Thompson N R co' 

A. B. 1846. Scroll and Key. U. S. Deputy 

Collector of Customs, 66-76. 

Merchant. d. 1876 

1847 

Samuel Perkins Allison* H v A' 

A. B. 1847. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
Lawyer. d. 1858 

William Henry Babcock* y] t o 

A. B. 1847. Commencement Orator. Surg., C. 

S. A., 61-64; Supt. of Schools, Duval County, 

80-88. 

Journalist. d. 1888 

Roger Sherman Baldwin, Jr.* S (|; A' 

A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. Commencement Orator. 
Brother of Edward Law Baldwin, Beta 42 and 
Simeon Eben Baldwin, Beta, 61. 
Lawyer. d. 1856 

Thomas Levingston Bayne* a e A' 

A. B. 1847. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
First Prize Latin Composition, 43-44; First 
Prize in English Composition, 44-45; Pres. of 
Calliope; Commencement Orator. Acting City 
Atty., 52-53; Private Sth Co. Washington Artill- 
ery, New Orleans, 62; Chief of Ordnance, Con- 
federate Service, 62-63; Major, 63-64; Lieut. - 
Colonel and Chief Bureau of Foreign Supplies, 
64-65. 
Lawyer. d. 1891 



John Christopher Burch* 



0yQ' 



A. B. 1847. Member Tenn. Legislature, 55-56; 

U. S. Senator, 57-58; Speaker, 57-58; Colonel in 

the Confederate Service, 61-65; Comptroller of 

the Treasury, Tenn., 73-74; Sec. U. S. Senate, 

79-81. 

Lawyer and Journalist. d. 1881 



Luther Hart Cone* 



ASf 



A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850; B. D. 1854 Union 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. Commence- 
ment Orator. Teacher, Richmond, Va., 47-51. 
Pastor 3d Church, Chicopee, Mass., 56-67; 
Olivet Church, Springfield, Mass., 67-02; Mem- 
ber School Board, City of Springfield. Author 
"Ten Years' Review;" "Memorial of President 
Garfield" and "Semi-Centennial of Olivet 
Church." 
Clergyman. d. 1906 



John Coon* 



Y5 a (0 

A. B. 1847; A. M. 1857. Skull and Bones 

Pres. of Linonia, 46-47. 

Manufacturer. d. 190f 



Samuel Robinson Dimock* 



S^ 



A. B. 1847. Phi Delta Kappa. Latin Composi 
tion Prize. Principal Central Acad., Man- 
chester, Conn., 47-54; Prof. Ancient Languages 
Iowa Coll., 54-55; Pastor Congregational 
Church, Wilton, Conn., 59-61; South Church, 
Pittsfield, Mass., 61-64; Plymouth Church, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., 64-69; Union Church, Quincy, 111., 
69-72; 1st Church, Lincoln, Nebr., 72-75. 
Clergyman. d. 1898 



John Edmands* 



aTcw 

A. B. 1847; B. D. 1851. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator; Librarian Brothers in 
Unity. Principal Acad., Rocky Mountain, 
N. C, 48-49. Author "Report on Library 
Architecture;" "Reading Notes on Luther;" 
"New System of Classification and Numbering 
of Books;" "Reading Notes on Wyckliffe" and 
"Bibliography of the Dies Irse of T. Celano." 
Librarian. d. 1915 



Robert Perry Farris* 



•nx 



Q" 



A. B. 1847; D. D. 1867 Westminster Coll. 
Mo. Pastor Park Ave. Church, St. Louis, Mo., 
52-53; 2d Church, Peoria, 111., 53-59; 1st 
Church, St. Charles, Mo., 60-68; Trustee West- 
minster Coll., 62-02; Sec. Missions of the Old 
School Synod, Mo., 66-74. ' 

Clergyman. ■ d. 1903 



Thomas Monroe Finney* 



Y] w a 

A. B. 1847; D. D. 1870 Southern Univ. Ala. 
Pastor, Lexington, 54-56; Bellefonte, 56-58; 
Asbury Chapel, St. Louis, 58-59; Pastor 1st 
M. E. Church, St. Louis, 74-77; Caledonia Sta- 
tion, 79-80; Bellefontaine, 80-84; Curator Cen- 
tral Coll., Fayette, Mo., 55-88. 
Clergyman. d. 1900 



James Fitch* 



SA' 



A. B. 1847. Skull and Bones. 

Lawyer. d. 1904 

Henry Hamilton Hadley* S y] w 

A. B. 1847; B. D. 1851 Andover Theol. Sem. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Townsend Premium 47; 
Valedictorian; IJerkelev Scholar, 47-48. Instr. 
Hebrew, Union Theol. "Sem., 58-62; Asst. Prof., 
62-64; Prof. Hebrew Language and Literature, 
Yale Coll., 62-63. 
Educator. 



Dugald Cameron Haight* 



A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850. Phi Beta Kappa; 

Scroll and Key. 

Lawyer. d 1852 



William Henry Howe* Sow 

A. B. 1847. 

Lawyer. d.l864 

Philemon Ferdinand McLallen* a w Q' 

A. B. 1847. Skull and Bones. 
Lawyer. 

William Eves Moore* 



d. 1853 

ri(^ a 

A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850; S. T. D. 1873 Marietta 
Coll.; LL. D. 1890 Lake Forest Univ. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. Berkleian 



1847-48] 



BETA CHAPTER 



73 



Latin Prize; Pres. Brothers in Unity, 46-47; 
Commencement Orator. Pastor, West Chester, 
Pa., 50-72; 2d Church, Columbus, Ohio, 
72-88; Principal Acad., Fairfield, 47-50; Trustee 
Marietta Coll., 73-88; Lane Theol. Sem., 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 74-88; Columbus Med. Coll., 
76-88. Author "A New Digest of the Acts and 
Deliverances of the Presbyterian Church in the 
United States;" "Term Service in the Elder- 
ship;" "The Presbyterian Digest;" "A History 
of the First Presbyterian Church, West Ches- 
ter, Pa.;" "A History of the Second Presbyter- 
ian Church, Columbus, Ohio" and "A History 
of the Presbvterv of Columbus." Father of 
Charles Albert Moore, Beta 86. 
Clergyman. d. 1899 



Edward Griffin Parker* 



H^I^a 



A. B. 1847; A. M. 1857. Townsend Premium, 
47; Commencement Orator. Senator State of 
Mass., 57; Aide Staff of General B. F. Butler 
with rank of Capt., 61; Adjutant-General and 
Chief of Staff to General T. H. Martindale, 62. 
Author "The Golden Age of American Oratory" 
and "Reminiscences of Rufus Choate." 
Lawyer. d. 1868 



Lewis Hubbard Reid* 



a P w 



A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850; B. D. 1850 Union 
Theol. Sem. English Composition Prizes, 45 
and 47. Acting Pastor, North Canaan, Conn., 
74-80; Salisbury, 80-84. Author "The Sinner 
at the Judgment Speechless," and "Similitudes 
of Christ." Father of Lewis Fuller Reid, Beta 
75, Clarence Ledoux Reid, Beta Tl and Edward 
Winthrop Reid, Beta 86 and brother of Horace 
Hall Reid, Beta 43. 
Clergyman and Educator. 



Lauren Sylvester Scott* 



S<pQ' 



A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850. Vice-Pres. of Linonia, 

45-47. Teacher, Georgia, 47-48. 

Lawyer. d. 1895 



Daniel Thew Wright* 



GaA' 



A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850; LL. B. 1850 Harvard. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. 
Member Supreme Court Commission, State of 
Ohio, 76. Author "Mrs. Armington's Ward." 
Lawyer. d. 1912 



1848 

John Allen Barnard* 



z-rf 



A. B. 1848. Brother of Robert Barnard, 

Theta 37. 

Civil Engineer. d. 1870 

H u (0 



James Nathan Barnes* 

A. B. 1848. 
Journalist. 

Clinton Capers Brown* 



d. 1892 



A. B. 1848. Commencement Orator. Aide to 

Governor J. H. Means, with rank of Colonel, 

52. 

Lawyer. d. 1852 



Ebenezer Buckingham* 

A. B. 1848. 
Warehouseman. 

Henry Martyn Colton* 



d. 1912 



A. B. 1848; B. D. 1852; A. M. 1867. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Skull and Bones. 1st Berkleian Latin 
Premium, and 1st and 3d English Composition 
Prizes, 46; Commencement Orator; Berkeley 



Scholar, 48-49. Pastor, Woodstock, Conn., 52- 
55; East Avon, 55-57; Principal Yale School for 
Boys, Nsw York, 68-72. Brother of George 
Hooker ('olton, Beta 40, Theron Gaylord Col- 
ton, Beta 44 and Willis Strong Colton, Beta 50. 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1872 



Charles Theodore Cotton 

Initiated by the Kappa 

Samuel Armstid Ewing* 



A. B. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa. Private Co. B, 
9th Inf. Regiment of N. J. Vols., 64. 
Lawyer. d. 1864 



Dwi^ht Foster* 



ZuB' 



A. B. 1848; A. M. 1851; LL. D. 1871. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. Philosophical 
Oration at Junior Exhibition; 1st Pres. of 
Brothers in Unity, 47; Valedictorian. Atty.- 
General State of Mass., 61-64; Judge Supreme 
Judicial Court, Mass., 66-69; Phi Beta Kappa 
Orator, 65. Father of Roger [Sherman Bald- 
win] Foster, Beta 78. 
Lawyer. d. 1884 



Frederick Cone Fuller* 



^Pl'^ 



A. B. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and 

Key. Pres. Brothers in Unity, 48. Capt. Co. 

C, 3d Regiment (Confederate) Ga. Inf. Vols., 

61-63. 

Lawyer. ' d. 1863 



Franklin Richard Grist* 



ZoB' 



A. B. 1848. 2d English Composition Prize, 46. 
Clerk LT. S. Bureau of Construction and Repairs, 
Wa.shington, D. C-. 51-55. 
Artist. d. 1912 



Shelton Hollister* 

A. B. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Lawyer. 

William Kinne* 



T0f 
d. 1855 

A. B. 1848; A. M. 1851. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. Principal Acad., Colchester, 
Conn., 48-50; Master Public High School, New 
Haven, Conn., 52-68; Principal Glenwood 
Ladies' Sem., West Brattleborough, Vt., 68-69; 
Cornell Preparatory High School, Ithaca, 
N. Y., 69. 
Educator. d. 1898 

David Sanford Mowry* 

A. B. 1848. 

Frederick Packard* 

A. B. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Composition Prize, 46. 
Lawyer. 

.Samuel Clarke Perkins* 

A. B. 1848; A. M. 1851; LL. B. 1852 Univ. 
of Pa. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
Mathematical Prize, 45; Librarian Brothers 
in Unity, 47-48; Commencement Orator. 
Private, Co. A, 1st Regiment of Artillery, 
Philadelphia Home Guards, 61; 1st Sergeant, 
March, 62; 1st Lieut., Sept., 62; 1st Lieut. 
Landis' Light Battery, Pa. Independent Ar- 
tillery, 63. Member Am. Bar Assn.; Numis- 
matic and .'Antiquarian Soc. of Philadelpliia; 
New England Historic-Genealogical, Pa. Histori- 
cal, Am. Historical and Pa. Horticultural 
Socs; Yale Alumni Assn.; Alumni Assn. Univ. 
of Pa. and University Club of Philadelphia. 
Lawyer. d. 1903 



rsf 


d. 1848 


H9Y' 


3d English 


d. 1862 



^xf 



74 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1848-49 



Charles Selden* 



COB' 



A. B. 1848; A. M. 1851. Brother of Edward 
David Selden, Beta 44 and uncle of Robert 
William Selden, Beta 80. 
Journalist. d. 1915 



Thomas Shepard, Jr.* 



T X (p~ 



A. B. 1848 Amherst. Commencement Orator. 
Instr. Newark, N. J., 48-50. See Gamma 48 
Banker. d. 1864 



Edmund Denison Stanton* 



Uf 



A. B. 1848; A. M. 1851. Phi Beta Kappa. 

1st Berkleian Latin Premium, 46; Commence- 
ment Orator. 

Banker. d. 1873 



John Livingston Stryker* 



Scroll and Key. 
Merchant. 



d. 1874 

Capt. Co. H, 4th Regiment (Confederate) 

La. Inf. Vols., 61-63. 

Lawyer. d. 1863 



Benjamin Swett Tappan* 



James Hedden Trumbull 



* 



!;t^' 



A. B. 1848; M. D. 1852 Columbia; M. D. 185S 
LTniv. of Chili. Phi Beta Kappa. Asst. 
Phvs. Orphan Asylum, Randall's Island, New 
York, 49-52; U. S. Consul at Talcahuano, 82-88. 
Brother of David Trumbull, Beta 42, uncle of 
David Trumbull, Jr., Beta 76, John Trumbull, 
Beta 78, Stephen Trumbull, Beta 80 and Wil- 
liam Trumbull, Beta 83. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1896 

George White* 

A. B. 1848: A. M. 1851; LL. B. 1850 Harvard. 

Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. Pres. of 

Linonia, 47; Commencement Orator. Judge 

Probate and Insolvency Norfolk County, Mass., 

58-88. 

Lawyer. d. 1899 

Giles Buckingham Willcox 



.CoB' 



Initiated by the Delta 

Benham Daniel Young* T 9 ^" 

A. B. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and 
Bones. Editor Yale Literarv Magazine, 47-48. 
Educator. " ' d. 1895 

1849 

Edward Augustus Arnold* Z'X "f 

A. B. 1849; A. M. 1851; M. D. 1852 Univ. 
of Md. Phi Beta Kappa. 3d English Compo- 
sition Prize, 47. Teacher, Stonington, Conn., 
49-50; Prof. Anatomy, Iowa State Univ., Keo- 
kuk, 53-55; Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. Army, 
Colo, and N. Mex., 60-62; U. S. Navy, 62-63. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1877 



Robert Paddock Barnard* 



SO A' 



A. B. 1849. 1st Berkleian Latin Premium, 46. 
Trustee Greene Union School, 57-69; Pres. of 
Greene, N. Y., 69. 
Merchant. d. 1888 

Charles Lewis Brent* "^flX 

A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852. Commencement Ora- 
tor. 
Lawyer. d. 1881 



Uy 



Charles Greene Came* 

A. B. 1849. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and 
Bones. 1st and 2d Berkleian Latin Premiums, 
and 2d Prize for Latin Translation, 46; 2d Berk- 
leian Latin Premium and 1st and 2d English 
Composition Prizes, 47; Editor Yale Literary 
Magazine, 48-49; Townsend Premium, 49. 
Journalist. d. 1879 

William Barker Clarke* T ? x' 

A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852; B. D. 1853. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 2d Berkleian 
Latin Premium, 47; Commencement Orator. 
Pastor, North Cornwall, Conn., 55-59; Litchfield, 
66-70; Dorchester, Mass., 71-73; Norwich, 
Conn., 73-75; Griswold, 75-82; Central Village, 
82-84. 
Clergyman. d. 1905 

Bela Horton Colegrove* 



Tt^Y" 



A. B. 1849. Phi Beta Kappa. 2d Prize for 
Latin Translation, 47; Pres. Brothers in 
Unity, 48-49. Member City Council Buffalo, 
57-59; U. S. Indian Agent State of N. Y., 57- 
61; City Judge Buffalo, 64-68; Asst. City Atty., 
70-71; Principal Sharpsburgh Acad., 72-73; 
Justice of the Peace, Bath County, Ky., 84-88. 
Lawyer and Stock Raiser. d. 1897 



Hamilton Couper* 



TxX' 



A. B. 1849. Capt. Oglethorpe (Ga.) Confed- 
erate Light Inf., 61; Major, 61-62. 
Lawyer. d. 1362 



Franklm Asher Durkee* 



TRF 



A. B. 1849. 1st and 2d Prizes for Latin Trans- 
lation, 46; Treas. of Linonia, 48-49. Supt. 
Public Schools, Chenango County, 50-52; City 
Judge, Binghamton, 59-69. 
Lawyer. d 1881 



Francis Miles Finch* 



Y 



A. B. 1849; LL. D. 1889; LL. D. 1880 Hamil- 
ton. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 1st 
and 2d English Composition Prizes, 47; Editor 
Yale Literary Magazine, 48-49; Townsend 
Premium, 49; Poet at Commencement. Col- 
lector Internal Revenue, 26th Dist., State 
of N. Y., 69-73; Trustee Psi Upsilon 
Assn., Ithaca, N. Y.; Cornell Univ. 67-82 
and Sec. Board of Trustees; Librarian, 
Cornell Free Library; Assoc. Judge Court of 
Appeals State of N. Y., 80-95. Author 
Poems "Nathan Hale;" "The Blue and The 
Grey;" "Linonia" and "Gather ye Smiles;" 
Psi Upsilon Songs "Anthem;" "The Halls of 
Psi Upsilon;" "Tlie Brothers' Love;" "The 
Fairies' Song;" "The Mystical Bower;" "The 
Old Men's Song" and "Psi Upsilon Smoking 
Song;" Yale Songs "For Commencement, Yale 
1850" and "For the Inauguration of President 
Porter, Yale 1871." 
Lawyer. ' d. 1907 

Elial Foote Hall* t a f" 

A. B. 1849. Phi Beta Kappa. 1st Prize Latin 
Translation, 46; 2d Berkleian Latin Premium, 
47; Commencement Orator. Recording Sec. 
Am. Geographical Soc. 76-88. Author "Ad- 
dress to the Jury on the Cheever Church Con- 
troversy;" "Gerard Mercator, His Life and 
Works;" "Extra Territorial Taxation" and 
"Civil Service Reform." 
Lawyer. d. 1905 

Rufus Alexander Henson* ^ X T 

A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852; LL. B. 1852 Harvard. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. 
Lawyer. d. 1892 



1849-50] 



BETA CHAPTER 



75 



T^r 



Edward Clement Hough* 

A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Teacher, Hawkins- 
villc, Ga., 49-50. 
Banker. d. 1872 



Thomas Scranton Hubbard* t, % y' 

A. B. 1849. Member City Council, Urbana, 

111., 75-79; Alderman, 78-82. 

Merchant. d. 1902 



Joseph Hurlbut* 



^^x" 



A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull 
and Bones. 1st Berkleian Latin Premium, 46- 
and 47; 2d Mathematical Prize, 46. Commence- 
ment Orator. 

d. 1855 



;• Charles Josiah Hutchins* 



r]R$' 



A. B. 1849. 2d. Prize for Latin Translation, 
46. Commencement Orator. Principal Acad. 
Waterford, Pa., 49-50; Acting Pastor Congre- 
gational Church, Kenosha, Wis., 52-53; Pas- 
tor Presbyterian Church, York, Pa., 55-60; 
Racine, Wis., 60-66; Fulton, N. Y., 66-69; Con- 
gregational Church, Petaluma, Cal., 69-79; Los 
Angeles, 79-83; Martinez, 83-84; Chaplain 39th 
Regiment Wis. Vol. Inf., 64. 
Clergyman. d. 1887 



W'ilham Huritting Jessup* t: 21° P' 

A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852. Teacher Montrose, Pa., 
50-51; Town Clerk; Member of the Borough 
Council; Treas. of the Corporation; Pres. of 
the .School Board: Private Rough and Ready 
Guard, 62; 2d Lieut., 62; Capt., 63; Major 28th 
Inf. Regiment Pa. Vols., 63; Major-General, 
10th Division, N. G. Pa., 71-73; Assessor of 
Internal Revenue 12th Pa. Dist., 63-66; Pres. 
Judge 34th Judicial Dist. of Pa., 77-02. Brother 
of Henry Harris Jessup, Beta 51. 
Lawyer. d. 1902 

WilHam Brown Lee* a F e 

A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852. Berkeley Latin Pre- 
mium, 47; Commencement Orator. Principal 
Acad. Bradford, Pa.. 49-50 and 51-52; Pastor 
3d Congregational (Centre) Church, Fair 
Haven, Conn., 53-60; Geneva Presbyterian 
Church. Brooklyn. N. Y., 60-72; Gothic Church. 
Portland. Conn., 72-79; Yaphank, N. Y., 79-84; 
1st Cliurch, Olympia, Washington Territory, 84- 
88; Pres. Board of Education. New Haven, 
Conn., 54-59 and Portland, 72-75. Author "The 
Coming Kingdom." 
Clergyman. d. 1901 

Frederick St. John Lockwood* Z, 7 y 

A. B. 184^: A. M. 1852. Member State Legis- 
lature. 65-66 and 72. 
Banker. d. 1907 



David Peck* 



Z £ y' 



James Browning Miles* 



CvF 



A. B. 1849; B. D. 1854; S. T. D. 1873 Beloit 
Coll. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
Commencement Orator. Teacher, North Fair- 
field. Conn., 49-50; Acting Pastor 1st Church, 
Charlostown. Mass., 54-55; Pastor, 55-71; Cor- 
responding Sec. Am. Peace See, 71-75; Chap- 
lain Mass. Senate, 66-67; Sec. International 
Code Soc. and Delegate to the Congresses of the 
A.ssn., 73 and 75. 
Clergyman. d. 1875 



A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852; B. D. 1852. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Pastor, Orange: Mass., 52-57; Wood- 
bridge, Conn., 57-58; Danbury, 58-61; Barre, 
Mass., 61-67; Sunderland, 67-74. 
Clergyman. d. 1874 



John Gordon Wallace* 



TWX 



M. D. 1850 Univ. of Pa. Member City Coun- 
cil, 55-62 and 70-75; Justice of the Corpora- 
tion, 63-65. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1878 



William Wallace Ward* 



T (J y" 



A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852. Sec. U. S. Legation 
at Pekin, 59-60; Supt. of Customs under the 
Chinese Government, 60-63; Clerk Supreme 
Court, Washington Territory, 56. 
Lawyer. d. 1868 

Curtiss Trowbridge Woodruff* Z^x 

A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852; A. M. 1868 Trinity 
Coll.; B. D. 1856 General Theol. Sem. Phi 
Beta Kappa. 3d Prize Latin Translation and 
3d Prize English Composition, 47. Rector St. 
Paul's Church, Woodbury, Conn., 56-60; St. 
Michael's Church, Naugatuck, 60-61; St. 
Stephen's Church, Ridgefield, Conn., 64-66; 
St. Paul's Church, Norwalk, 66-68; Trinity 
Church, South Norwalk, 68-70; Christ Church, 
Hudson, N. Y., 70-71; Chaplain 6th Inf. Regi- 
ment, Conn. Vols.. 61-64; Supt. New York 
P. E. City Mission So., 71-87; Sec. Convocation 
of the Diocese of Conn., 64-69; Trustee Gen- 
eral Hosp. for the Insane, State of Conn, and 
Sec. of the Board, 66-69. 
Clergyman. d. 1887 

1850 
Abraham DeWitt Baldwin* -r] J T' 

A. B. 1850; A. M. 1883. Private 7th Regiment 
N. G. N. Y., 63; Member Executive Com- 
mittee Yale Alumni Assn. of New York, 76-78. 
Lawyer. d. 1880 



Champion Bissell* 



S 9 <p' 



A. B. 1850. Phi Beta Kappa. 2d Prize for 
Latin Translation, 47; 2d Berkleian Latin Prize 
for Composition, 47; 1st, 48. Member Execu- 
tive Committee Yale Alumni Assn. of New 
York. Author "The Panic as seen from Parnas- 
sus:" "Poem before the Phi Beta Kappa of 
Yale College;" "A Treatise on Probabilities" 
and "Probabilities Mathematically Valued." 
Lawyer. d. 1899 



William Root Bliss* 



T^S" 



A. B. 1850. Skull and Bones. 2d Berkleian 
Prize, 47; 1st and 2d English Composition 
Prizes, 48; Librarian Brothers in Unity, 49-50; 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 49-50. Author 
"Old Times on the Wareham Farms." 
Merchant. d. 1906 

John Hiram Brewer 

Initiated by the Sigma 

Oliver Brown H /, S' 

A. B. 1850; B. D. 1857 Andover Theol. Sem. 
Vice-Pres. of Linonia, 49-50; Commencement 
Orator. Principal High School, North Stoning- 
ton, Conn., 50-51 and 54; Pastor, Kingston, 
R. I., 57-59; l^nion Street Church, St. John's, 
New Brunswick. 64-67; Fox Lake, Wis., 67-70; 
Acting Pastor Breckenridge, Kidder and King- 



76 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1850-51 



ston. Mo., 70-75; Springfield, 75-02; Prof, of 
Latin and Natural Science and Acting Pres. 
Thayer Coll., 73-75; of Latin Drury Coll., 75-02. 
Clergyman and Educator. 
(Alstead, N. H.) 



Clinton Camp* 

A. B. 1850. Skull and Bones. 

Robert Hett Chapman* 



d. 1853 



A. B. 1850. Teacher, Livingstone, Ala., 50-51; 
Tuscaloosa, 51-52; Private in a Mortar Battery 
in the Confederate Service, 61; Co. C, 23d 
Regiment (Confederate) Ala. Inf., 61-62; 2d 
Lieut.. 62-64; Capt., 64-65. 
Lawyer. d. 1899 

Robert Coit [Jr.]* yj x ?~ 

A. B. 1850; A. M. 1853. Judge Probate Dist. 
of New London County, Conn., and Register 
in Bankruptcy. 67-77; Member Conn. Legis- 
lature, 79; Mayor New London, 80-83; State 
Senator, 80-84; Pres. pro tent, 82-84. Brother 
of Joshua Coit. Beta 53 and Alfred Coit, Beta 
56. 
Lawyer. d. 1904 

Willis Strong Colton* a X <!>' 

A. B. 1850; A. M. 1853. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. Two 1st Prizes English Com- 
position. 47; Two Lst Prizes. 48; 1st Berkleian 
Latin Prizes, 47 and 48: 3d Prize for Latin 
Tran.-ilation, 47; Clark Prize for Poem, 50; 
Townsend Premium. 50; Salutatorian; Editor 
Yale Literary Magasine, 49-50. Principal Old 
Saybrook (Conn.) Acad., 50-51; Pastor, Wethers- 
field. Conn., 56-66; Washington, 66-77; Warren 
77-88. Author "The Lost Triad:" "Voyage of 
Life;" "The Unseen City." Brother of George 
Hooker Colton, Beta 40, Theron Gavlord Col- 
ton. Beta 44, and Henry Martvn Colton, Beta 
48. .- . , 

Clergyman. d. 1907 



Chauncey Meigs Hand* 



ayA^ 



A. B. 1850; A. M. 18S3. Phi Beta Kappa. Com- 
mencement Orator. Teacher Military Acad., 
Oxford, Md., 50-52; Acting Pastor New York, 
62-64; Private, 2d New York Cavalry, 64-65. 
Clergyman. d. 1865 



Nathan Appleton Lee* 

A. B. 1850; LL. B. 1852; A. 
Prize for Latin Translation, 47. 
Lawyer. 

William Ludden* 



Y) z 9 
M. 1853. 2d 

d 1863 

A. B. 1850. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
Publisher and Manufacturer. d. 1912 

Newton Spaulding Manross* H (|; A' 

A. B. 1850: Ph. D. 1852 Univ. of Goettingen. 
Skull and Bones. 1st Prize for Latin Transla- 
tion, 47; Treas. Brothers in LTnitv, 49-50. Acting 
Prof. Chemistry, Amherst Coll., 61-62; Capt. Co. 
K. 16th Inf. Regiment Conn. Vols., 62. 
Mining Engineer. d. 1862 

Edward Duchman Muhlenberg* a pi. A" 

A. B. 1850. 3d Mathematical Prize, 48. 1st 
Lieut. Co. F, 4th Regiment U. S. Artillery, 
61-66; commanding Co. F, 63-64 and 65-66; 
Adjutant of the Regiment and Quartermaster, 
64-65; commanding Brigade, 63; Chief of Ar- 



tillery of the Right Wing of the Army of 
the Potomac, Battle of Gettysburg, 63; Brevet 
Capt. and Brevet Major. 
Civil Engineer. d. 1883 



Charles Henry Pratt* 



Henry Phelps Sanford* 



d. 1848 



A. B. 1850; A. M. 1853. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Commencement Orator. 

Manufacturer. d. 1903 



William Wheeler Skinner 

Civil Engineer. 

Cordial Storrs* 



V $" 



A. B. 1850. Skull and Bones. 2d Prize Eng- 
lish Composition, 48. Teacher, Fairchild's Col- 
legiate Inst.. Flushing. N. Y.. 50-51; Super- 
visor and School Supt. of Johnson County, 
Kans., 58-59. 
Lawyer. d. 1891 



Albert Todd 

Real Estate. 



Y] 



Ltician Sumner Willcox* 



A. B. 1850; A. M. 1853; M. D. 1855. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Commencement Orator. Teacher, 
Easton, Conn., 50-53; Prof, of Theory and Prac- 
tice of Medicine. Yale Med. School, 77-81. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1881 

Oswald Langdon W^oodford* H o S" 

A. B. 1850; A. M. 1853; B. D. 1855 .\ndover 
Tlieol. Sem. 2d Prize Latin Translation, 47; 
2d Berkleian Latin Premium, 47 and 48; Editor 
Yale Literary Magazine. 49-50; Poem at Com- 
mencement. Teacher, Cherokee Male Sem., 
Tahlequah, Indian Territory, 50-52; Principal, 
55-57; Missionary, Grasshopper Falls, Kans., 57- 
59; Chairman Board of Education, 59-70; Mem- 
ber Conn. Legislature, 65. 
Clergyman. d. 1870 



1851 

Horatio Walsh Brinsmade* a y e 

A. B. 1851; Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
3d Prize in English Composition, 50; Pres. 
Brothers in LTnity, 51; Commencement Orator. 

d. 1852 



Edward Salmon Cone 

Initiated by the Xi 

Rufus Cowles Crampton* 



H^u 



A. B. 1851; A. M. 1854; LL. D. 1882 Illinois 
Coll. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
Woolsey Scholar, 48-51; 2d Mathematical 
Prize, 48; 1st Prize, SO; Berkleian Latin Pre- 
mium, 49 and 50; Pres. of Linonia, SO; Philo- 
sophical Oration at Commencement. Teacher 
Farmington, Conn.. 51-52; Principal Susque- 
hanna Acad., Montrose, Pa., 53-54; Prof, of 
Mathematics and Astronomy, Illinois Coll., Jack- 
sonville. 111., 54-88: Acting Pres., 76-82; Lieut. 
Colonel 14Sth Inf. Regiment 111. Vols., 64. 
Educator. d. 1888 



1851] 



BETA CHAPTER 



n 



William Kirtland Douglas* 



Y) £ U 



A. B. 1851; A. M. 18S4 Trinity Coll; B. D. 
1833 Berkeley Divinity School; S. T. 1875 
Columbia. 1st Mathematical Prize and 1st 
Berklcian Latin Premium, 48; 3d Prize Eng- 
lish Composition, 49. Rector St. John's Church, 
Warehouse Point, Conn., 53-55; Epiphany 
Church, New Iberia, 57-61; St. John's 
Church, Early Grove, 67-71; Church of the 
Holy Comforter, Dry Grove, 71-80; Calvary 
Church, New Orleans, La., 80-86; Grace 
Church, St. Francisville, 86-88; State Supt. of 
Schools, 66; Deputy to the General Conven- 
tions of the P. E. Church, 68, 71, 74, 11 and 81; 
Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of Miss., 
70-81; La., 81-88; Sec. of the Diocese of 
Miss., 72-78; La., 81-83; Warden Bishop Green 
Training School, 71-80; Pres. Jefferson Coll., 
Miss., 61-65; Supt. Schools, Natchez, 65-67. 
Clergyman. d. 1898 



Tames Edward Estabrook 



* 



SxE' 



A. B. 1851; A. M. 1854. Berkleian Latin 
Premium. 48. Aide on the Staffs of Generals 
Charles Devins and Benjamin F. Butler, 62-63. 
Lawyer. d. 191S 



Walter Frear 



«r 



A. B. 1851; A. M. 1854; B. D. 1854 Union 
Theol. Sem.; D. D. 1913 Pacific Theol. Sem. 
Alpha Delta Phi. Librarian Linonia, 50-51; 
Commencement Orator. Trustee Oahu Coll. 
(10 years); Pacific Theol. Sem. (20 years); Mgr. 
Cal. State Home for Feeble-Minded Children 
(5 years); Sec. and Trcas. Congregational Min- 
isters' Relief Soc. of Cal. (20 years) ; State Sec. 
Congregation Church Bldg. Soc. (3 years) ; 
Acting Pastor Presbyterian Church, Iowa City, 
Cal., 55-56; Pastor Placerville, 56-62; Congre- 
gational Church, Grass Valley, 62-64; Santa 
Cruz, 64-70; Fort Street Church, Honolulu, 
H. I., 70-81; 2d Church, Oakland, Cal., 81-86. 
Father of Walter Francis Frear, Beta 85. 
Clergyman (retired). 
1925 Tenth Ave., Oakland, Cal. 



Asa French* 



S^E' 



A. B. 1851; LL. B. 1853 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Berkleian Latin Premium and Prize 
for Latin Translation, 48. Sec. and Treas. 
Yale Alumni Assn., Boston, 66-68: Member 
Mass. Legislature, 66; U. S. Atty. Southwest- 
ern Dist. of Mass.. 70-82; Judge Court of Com- 
missioners of Alabama Claims, 82; Member 
Board of Visitors, West Point Military Acad., 
83; Pres. Board of Trustees, Thayer Acad, 
and Thayer Public Library. Braintree. Father 
of Asa Palmer French, Beta 82. 
Lawyer. d. 1903 

Jonathan Leavitt Jenkins* a t u 

A. B. 1851; A. M. 1854; B. D. 1855; D. D. 1889 
Williams. Teacher. Leicester, Mass., 51-52; 
Pastor, Lowell, Mass., 55-62; Pearl Street 
Church, Hartford. Conn.. 64-66; 1st Church, 
Amherst, Mass., 66-77; Pittsfield, 77-88. 
Clergyman. d. 1913 



Henry Harris Jessup* 



Hvs 

A. B. 1851; A. M. 1854: B. D. 1855 Union 
Theol. Sem.; S. T. D. 1865 Univ. of the City of 
New York and Coll. of New Jersey. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Two Prizes for Latin Trans- 
lation and for English Composition, 49; Pres. 
Brothers in Unity, 50; Commencement Ora- 
tor. Teacher, Montrose, Pa., 51-52; Mission- 
ary, Tripoli, 56-60; Beirut, 60-62; Prof, of 
Church History. Homilettcs and Pastoral The- 
ology, Beirut Theol. Sem.; Member Board of 



Managers, Syrian Protestant Coll., Beirut; 
Prof, of Biblical Literature Union Theol. Sem., 
57; Sec. Presbyterian Board Foreign Missions, 
70; Sec. Am. Tract Soc, Chicago, 82. Author 
"Women of the Arabs;" "Syrian Home Life;" 
and "Mohammedan Missionary Problem." 
Brother of William Huntting Jessup, Beta 49. 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1910 



[Asher] Robbins Little* 



Yl^e 



A. B. 1851; A. M. 1854; LL. B. 1870 Harvard. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. Clark 
Prize, 50; Townsend Premium, 51; Salutator- 
ian; Clark Scholar, 51-53. Rector Hopkins 
Grammar School, New Haven, Conn., 53-54; 
Asst. Prof, and Instr. International Law U. 
S. Naval Acad., Annapolis, Md., 65-69; Ex- 
aminer of Claims, U. S. War Dept, 74-78; 
Supt. Astor Library, New York, 78-88; Trus- 
tee, 81-88. 
Librarian. d. 1912 



William DeForest Manice* 



A. B. 1851; A. M. 1854. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. 1st Prize for Latin Trans- 
lation, 48; Commencement Orator. 
Lawyer. d. 1903 

Theodore Thornton Munger* S u E" 

A. B. 1851; B. D. 1855; D. D. 1908; S. T. D. 
1883 Illinois Coll. Pastor, Dorchester, Mass., 
56-64; Centre Church, Haverhill, 64-71; Eliot 
Church, Lawrence, 71-77; North Adams, 11- 
85; United Congregational Church, New 
Haven, Conn., 85-02. Author "On the 
Threshold," "The Freedom of Faith" and 
"Lamps and Paths." 
Clergyman. d. 1910 



John MiUon Slade* 



H Y) 6 



A. B. 1851; A. M. 1854. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. 3d Prize for Latin Transla- 
tion, 48. Brother of Francis Henry Slade, 
Beta 54. 
Merchant. d. 1890 



David Paige Smith* 



a DC 



A. B. 1851; A. M. 1854; M. D. 1854 Jefferson 
Med. Coll. Phi Beta Kappa. Surg. 18th Regi- 
ment Mass. Vol. Inf., 61; Med. Dir. Division 
of General George H. Thomas. 61-62; Prof, of 
Theory and Practice of Medicine, Yale. 73-71 ; 
of Principles and Practice of Surgery, 77-80. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1880 



Horace Montague Smith 

Initiated by the Gamma 

Richard Cresson Stiles* 



Ht];e 



A. B. 185 1; M. D. 1854 Univ. of Pa. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Two 3d Prizes in Latin Translation, 
48. Asst. Phys. Kings County Hosp., Flat- 
bush, N. Y., 54-55; Prof, of Phvsiologv and 
Pathology, Med. Dept. Univ. of Vt., 57-65; 
Berkshire Med. Coll., Pittsfield, Mass., 58-62; 
Surg.-in-Charge U. S. General Hosp., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., 62-63; Surg.-in-Chief General Cald- 
well's Division Army of ♦he Potomac, 63-64; 
Resident Phys. Kings County Hosp., 64-70; 
Registrar Vital Statistics, Kings County, 66-70; 
Asst. Sanitary Supt. Board of Health, 68-70. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1873 



Enos Nelson Taft* 



(7 [/, £ 



A. B. 1851; LL. B. 1854. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Clark Prize, 50. Librarian Yale Law School, 

51-54. 

Lawyer. d. 1903 



78 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1851-52 



Edwin Burr Trumbull* 



or 



A. B. 1851. Berkleian Latin Premium and 2d 
Prize for Latin Translation, 48. Sec. Conn. 
Assembly and of the State Senate. 
Lawyer. d. 1875 



George Starr Tuckerman* 



"0 £ E' 



A. B. 1851. Capt. 1st (Berdan's) Regiment of 

Sharpshooters, N. Y. Vols., 62. 

Lawyer. d. 1900 



James Gardiner Vose* 



S 9 t3 



A. B. 1851; A. M. 1858; B. D. 1854 Andovcr 
Theol. Sem.; S. T. D. 1874 Brown Univ. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 3d Mathe- 
matical Prize and 3d Prize in English Compo- 
sition, 48; Pres. Brothers in Unity, 50; Philo- 
sophical Oration and Commencement Orator. 
Acting Pastor, Greenfield, Mass., 54-55; 2d 
Church, Dorchester, Mass., 65-66; Pastor Bene- 
ficent Church, Providence, R. I., 66-02; Prof, of 
Rhetoric, Oratory and English Literature, Am- 
herst Coll., 56-65; Trustee Norton Female 
Sem., Phillips' Acad, and Andover Theol. Sem. 
Member Rhode Island Historical Soc. 
Clergyman. d. 1908 



Henry Dorrance Wells* 



HSe" 



A. B. 1851; A. M. 1854. Skull and Bones. 
Merchant. d. 1870 



Henry Dyer White* 



a a t 

A. B. 1851; A. M. 1854. Skull and Bones. 
Berkleian Latin Premium, 48. Brother of 
Charles Atwood White, Beta 54, Roger Sher- 
man WTiite, Beta 59, Thomas Howell White, 
Beta 60, Oliver Sherman White, Beta 64 
and George Edward White, Beta, 66. 
Lawyer. d. 1905 



1852 

Edward Jesvip Alvord* 



a (, 



A. B. 1852; A. 
Principal Acad. 
Southport, 54-56. 
62. 
Lawyer. 

Albert Bigelow* 



M. 1855. Scroll and Key. 

Fairfield, Conn., 52-54; 

Member Conn. Legislature, 

d. 1868 



A. B. 1852. Skull and Bones. 2d Prize Eng- 
lish Composition, 50; Pres. Brothers in Unity, 
51; Beethoven Soc, 51-52; Editor Yale Liter- 
ary Magazine, 51-52. Pastor Ainslie Street 
Church, Williamsburg, 56-58; Congregational 
Church, Homer, 58-63; Jackson, Mich., 63-65; 
Presbyterian Church, Silver Creek, N. Y., 65- 
70; Dist. Sec. Seamen's Aid Soc, Western 
New York, 70-72; Corresponding Sec, Librar- 
ian and Treas. Buffalo Historical Soc. Author 
"Reunion Ode for the 25th Anniversary of 
the Class of 1852." 
Clergyman. d. 1892 



Henry Clay Blakeslee* 



HcpC 



A. B. 1852; A. M. 1855. Skull and Bones. 

Wooden Spoon Man (the first), 51. 

Civil Engineer. d. 1857 



William Boies* 



Y) 7U Z' 



A. B. 1852; A. M. 1855. Scroll and Key. 3d 
Mathematical Prize, 49; 1st and 2d Prizes Eng- 
lish Composition, SO; 1st Pres. Brothers in 
Unity, 51. 
Lawyer. d. 1872 



Edward Buck 

A. B. 1852; B. D. 
Phi Beta Kappa. 

Merchant. 
(Bucksport, Me.) 



a XT' 

1855 Bangor Theol. Sem. 



John Elderkin 



* 



Y^Qe" 

A. B. 1852; A. M. 1855; B. D. 1855; M. D. 
1863 Columbia. Phi Beta Kappa. 2d Harsen 
Prize for clinical reports. New York Hosp., 61. 
Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. Army, 62; Asst. Surg. 
10th Regiment U. S. Colored Troops, 63-64; Act- 
ing Surg., 64; in charge of the Colored Ward 
Field Hosp., 18th Army Corps, Point of Rocks, 
Va., 64-65; Teacher East Orange, N. J., 65-68; 
Bloomfield, N. J., 56-59; New Marlborough, 
Mass.. 68-69: Pastor 3d Church. Middletown, 71- 
76; Acting Pastor, West Sheffield, 76-79. 
Clergyman. d. 1905 



David Bright Green* 



H9C 



A. B. 1852. Adjutant 129th Regiment Pa. VoL 
Inf., 62-63; Lieut. Colonel, 27th. 63-65; Pres. 
Judge Criminal Court, Schuylkill, Lebanon 
and Dauphin Counties, 67-73; Presiding Law 
Judge Courts of Schuylkill County, 73-78; 
Additional Law Judge, 81-91. 
Lawyer. d. 1893 

John Baker Hehdrickson* S y] T' 

A. B. 1852; A. M. 1855. 

Chemist. d. 1899 

George Edwards Jackson* "0 T 2' 

A. B. 1852; A. M. 1855; LL. D. 1905 Wash. 
Univ. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 
Commencement Orator. Prof. Mathematics, 
LaGrange (Tcnn.) Female Coll., 58-59; 
First Asst. New Haven (Conn.) High 
School, 59-60; Principal Webster School, 60- 
63; Instr. Univ. of the City of St. Louis, 64- 
67; Prof, of Latin and Greek, Washington 
Univ., 67. Member Conn. Assn. of Arts and 
Sciences and Philological Soc. 
Educator. d. 1910 

d. 1913 



James Houston Johnston* 

Pres. City Hosp., 81-84. 
Broker. 



Henry [DeLaker] Kimball* '^1'^' 

B. D. 1859 Union Theol. Sem. Pastor Sand- 

wicli, Mass., 62-63; Sec. Christian Union Assn. 

of New York, 64-67; Missionary in New York, 

79-02. 

Clergyman. d. 1852 



Sanford Lawtoii [Jr.] 



* 



a L Y)' 



A. B. 1852; M. D. 1857. Commencement 
Orator. Teacher, Pepperell, Mass., 52-53; 
Poestenkill, N. Y., 53-54; Resident Phys. Conn. 
State Hosp., New Haven, 54-56; Pres. Hampton 
Dist. Med. Soc. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1882 



Alonzo Norton Lewis* 



M T° A" 



A. B. 1866; A. M. 1866; A. M. 1872 Trinity 
Coll. Principal Acad., Litchfield, Conn., 51- 
54; High School, New Hartford, 54-55; High 
School, Naugatuck, 55-56; Blind Dept. of the 
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Raleigh, 
N. C, 58-60; High School, Waterbury, Conn., 
60-66; Rector Christ Church, Bethlehem, 70- 
72; St. James Church, Westville, (New Haven), 
72-75; Memorial Church of the Holy Trinity, 
Westport, 75; Librarian Yale Law School, 56- 



1852-53] 



BETA CHAPTER 



79 



57; Justice of the Peace; Commissioner Su- 
• pcrior Court of Conn.; Chaplain (rank of Capt.) 
Jd Regiment N. G. Conn., 74-78. Author "Col- 
lection of Hymns for Schools." 
Clergyman. d. 1907 



David Ogden Morehouse* 



HaC 



A. B. 1852. Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher, West- 

ville, Conn., 52-53; York 54. 

Educator. d. 1854 



George Starr Mygatt 



* 



Ht 



A. B. 1852. 1st Prize Latin Translation, 49. 
Aide and Acting Asst. Quartermaster-General 
State of Ohio, 61; Alajor 41st Regiment Ohio 
Vol. Inf., 61-62; Lieut. Colonel, 62. 
Lawyer. d. 1866 



Angelo Wood North* 

A. B. 1852. Commencement Orator. 



W'iHiam Hammond Odell* 



d. 1853 



A. B. 1852; A. M. 1855. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Mayor, 69-72. Father of William Morgan 
Odell, Phi 86. 

Banker. d. 1907 



Dudley Peet* 



^AG' 



A. B. 1852; A. M. 1855; M. D. 1856 Coll. of 
Physicians and Surgeons. Instr. New York 
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 59-62. 
Brother of Isaac Lewis Peet, Beta 45. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1862 

Edward [Diller O'] Reilly* a v Z' 

A. B. 1852. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 
2d Matliematical Prize, SO. Private Pa. Militia 



(Emergency Men), 63-64. 
Lawyer. 



d. 1889 



Samuel Curtis Robinson* y^ t Z' 

Editor Yale Toma- 
d. 1891 



A. B. 1852; M. D. 1855. 

/laic'fe, 50. 

Physician and Surgeon. 



Ogden Nicholas Rood* 



vDa' 

LL. D. 1901; A. B. 1852 Coll. of N. J. and 
A. M. 1855. Commencement Orator. Prof, of 
Cliemistry Troy Univ., 58-62; of Mechanics and 
Physics Columbia Coll., 63-65; of Physics, 65-02. 
Autlior "iModern Chromatics." Member Am. 
."Xssn. for the Advancement of Science; Am. 
Otological Soc; Am. Philosophical Soc. ; Am. 
Acad, of Arts and Sciences and National Acad, 
of sciences. 
Educator. d. 1902 



William Baldwin Ross* 



iq<tC 



A. B. 1852; A. M. 1855; LL. B. 1854 Harvard. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 3d Prize 
English Composition, 50; Vice-Pres. Linonia, 
51; Pres. 52; Commencement Orator. Pri- 
vate 7th Regiment N. G. N. Y., 62. Member 
New York Historical Soc; Am. Geographical 
Soc. of New York; Yale Alumni Assn. of New 
Yoi-k. 
Lawyer. d. 1904 



Charles Cotton Salter* 



Sxt' 



A. B. 1852; A. M. 1855; B. D. 1857. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Scroll and Key. Commencement 
Orator. Pastor, Kewanee, HI., 59-61; Ply- 
mouth Church, Minneapolis, Minn., 62-69; 



Brookfield, Mo., 69-72; Duluth, Minn. 72-76, 
and 81-82; Denver, Col., 77-79; Waverly, 111., 
79-81; O'uaplain 13th Inf. Regiment Conn. Vols., 
62. Author "Foreign Lands by Lantern Light." 
Clergyman. d. 1897 



Homer Baxter Sprague 



a^C 



A. B. 1852; A. M. 1855; Ph. D. 1873 Univ. of 
New York; LL. D. 1916 Temple Univ. and 
Univ. of N. Dak. Phi lieta Kappa; Scroll and 
Key; Delta Kappa; Alpha Sigma Phi. Berk- 
leian Latin Premium and Prize for Latin 
Translation, 49;* two 1st Prizes, English Com- 
position, 50; De Forest Medal, 52; Pres. Lin- 
onia, 52; Editor of Yale Literary Magazine ; 
Commencement Orator. Principal High School, 
Worcester, Mass., 56-60; Webster School, New 
Haven, Conn., 60; State Normal School, New 
Britain, 66-67; High School, Meriden, 68; Prof, 
of English Literature and Rhetoric, Cornell 
Univ., 68-70; Principal Adelphi Acad., Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 70 76; Head Master, Girls' High School, 
Boston, Mass., 76-85; Pres. Mills' Coll., Cal., 
85-87; Founder of Martha's Vineyard i'ummer 
Inst.; Pres., 78-82; New England Soc. for Sup- 
pression of Vice, 79-85; Am. Inst, of Instruction, 
83-84; Dir. Am. Peace Soc; Mass. Peace Soc; 
Am. Peace Soc; Mass. Peace Soc; Grand Sen- 
ior Pres. Alpha Sigma Phi, 10-13; Capt., Major, 
Lieut. Colonel, Brevet Colonel and Colonel U. 
S. Army. Author "History of Thirteenth Con- 
necticut Infantry;" "Treatise on Voice and 
Gesture;" Metrical Version of the Book of 
Job;" "Lights and Shadows in Confederate 
Prisons" and "Studies in Shakespeare." 
Author and Lecturer. 
Vernon Court Hotel, Newton, Mass. 



Adrian Terry* 



Y]CC 



A. B. 1852; Ph. B. 1854. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Quartermaster 7th Regiment Conn. Vol. Inf., 
61-62; Capt. in the Adjutant General's Dept., 
62-63; Major, 65; on the staff of his brother, 
General A. H. Terry, 62-66; Adjutant General 
10th Army Corps, with rank of Lie"' Colonel 
and Brevet Colonel, 65-66. 
Manufacturer. d. 1906 

Joseph Frederick Waring* H p T' 

A. B. 1852. Commencement Orator. Com- 
mander, Ga. Hussars, 61; Lieut. Colonel, 
Wade Hampton's Cavalry, 61; Colonel of the 
Jeff Davis Legion in Stuart's Cavalry, 61-65. 
Transportation. d. 1876 



1853 

Henry Harper Babcock 



aBa' 

A. B. 1853. Phi Beta Kar-pa; Skull and Bones. 
U. S. Deputy Collector of Customs, Port of 
New Haven, 85-88. 
Merchant. d. 1901 



Theodore Bacon* 



H <p YJ 



A. B; 1853: A. M. 1856. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Scroll and Key. Berklcian Latin Premium and 
1st and 2d Prizes- for Latin Translation, 50; 2d 
and 3d Prizes for English Composition, 51; 
Townsend Premium, 53; Coiiimencement Orator. 
Capt. Co. F, 7th Inf. Regiment Conn. Vols., 
61-65; Non-Resident Prof. Law School of Cor- 
nell Univ., 87-00. Brother of Thomas Ruther- 
ford Bacon, Beta 72 and Alfred Terry Bacon, 
Beta 7i. 
Lawyer. d. 1900 



Henry Richardson Bond* 



<;vS' 



A. B. 1853. 
Merchant. 



Teacher, Scranton, Pa., 53-54. 

d. 1909 



80 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1853 



William Cullen Brewster* 



Y]^a~ 



A. B. 1853; LL. B. 1854 Cincinnati Law School. 
Banker. d. 1900 



Samuel Mills Capron* 



S0S" 



A. B. 1853; A. M. 1856. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull 
and Bones. Bcrkleian Latin Premium and two 
1st Prizes in Latin Translation, 50; 2d Mathe- 
matical Prize, 51; Librarian Brothers in Unity 
and Treas. Beethoven Soc, 52-53. Principal Hop- 
kins Grammar School, New Haven, Conn., 53-63; 
High School. Hartford, Conn., 64-74. Author 
"School Lyrics." 
Educator. d. 1874 



Julius Catliu [Jr.]* 



Crew, 



A. B. 1853; A. M. 1856. Capt. Crew, 52. 
Brother of Charles Taylor Catlin, Beta 56, 
Hasket Derby Catlin, Beta 59 and Arnold Welles 
Catlin, Beta 62. 
Merchant. d. 1893 



Joshua Coit* 



S 7C Y] 



A. B. 1853; B. D. 1856 Andover Theol. Sam. 
Skull and Bones. 3d Mathematical Prize, 50. 
Pastor, Brookfield, Mass.. 70-71; Sec. Mass. 
Prison Commission, Salem, 71-74; Pastor, 
Lawrence, 74-83; Sec. Mass. Home Missionary 
Soc, 83-88. Brother of Robert Coit, Jr., Beta 
50 and Alfred Coit, Beta 56. 
Clergyman. d. 1907 

Thomas Frederick Davies* a 7 y] 

A. B. 1853; A. M. 1856; B. D. 1856 Berkeley 
Divinity School; S. T. D. 1871 Univ. of 

Pa.; LL. D. 1889 Hobart Coll. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Skull and Bones. 2d Prize for 
Latin Translation. 50; Vice-Pres. of Brothers in 
Unity, 52-53; Berkeley Scholar in Yale Coll., 

53-55. Prof, of Hebrew Berkeley Divinity 
School, Middletown, Conn., 56-01; Rector St. 
John's Church, Portsmouth, N. H., 62-68; St. 
Peter's Church, Philadelphia, 68-88; Deputy 
General Convention P. E. Church; Member 
Diocese of Pa.; Member Board of Examining 

Chaplains of the same. Father of Thomas 

Frederick Davis, Phi 93. 

Clergyman. d. 1905 

George Russell Dwelly* yj o S' 

A. B. 1853 Harvard. 2d Prize Latin Transla- 
tion, 50. Principal Boys Boarding School, Pem- 
broke, Mass., 54-55; Teacher Public School, 
Hanover, 55-59; High School East Hampton, 
59-63 and Watertown, 63-67; Principal, High 
School, Watertown, Mass., 72-75 and 81-88; 
Hijh School, Lexington, 78-81; Town Clerk 
Hanover, 55-56; Treas. 56-57; Sec. School Com- 
mittee, 57-59; Town Clerk Eagle Harbor, Mich., 
68-70; .Supt. of Schools Keweenaw County, 
Mich., 70-72; Watertown, Mass., 83-88. See 
Alpha 53 
Educator. d. 1907 

Charles Harding* H v H' 

A. B. 1853; A. M. 1869; B. D. 1856 Union 
Theol. Scm. Pres. Beethoven Soc, 52-53. Mis- 
sionary Am. Board of Commissioners for Foreign 
Missions, Bombay, 56-62; 'Assoc. Editor S'econd 
Collection Sons of Psi Upsilon. 
Clergyman. d. 1899 

Edward Harland* 

A. B. 1853; A. M. 1856. Capt. Co. D, 3d Inf. 
Regiment Conn. Vols., 61; Lieut. Colonel 6th, 
61; Brigadier General U. S. Vols., 62-65: Mem- 
ber Conn. Legislature, 69 and 78; Member and 
Pres. State Senate, 70; Judge of Probate for the 
Dist. of Norwich, 72-76; Adjutant-General, 
State of Conn., 79-81. 
Lawyer. d. 1915 



Up 



William Lamson Hinman* 



?s.<r 



A. B. 1853. Member Conn. Legislature, 60; 
Probate Judge of the Cheshire Dist. 63. 
Lawyer. d. 1899 



Theodore James Holmes* 



SfH^ 



A. B. 1853; A. M. 1856; B. D. 1859. Union 
Theol. Sem. Scroll and Key. Vice-Pres. of the 
Beethoven Soc, 52-53; Commencement Orator. 
Instr. Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, Hartford, 
Conn., 52-56; Pastor East Hartford, Conn., 
61-72; Lee Avenue Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
72-75; First Church, Baltimore, Md., 75-83; 
First Church, Newton Centre, Mass., 83-88; 
Chaplain 1st Calvary Regiment Conn. Vols., 
63-64; Assoc. Editor Second Collection Songs 
of Psi Upsilon. 
Clergyman. d. 1906 



Sherman Willard Knevals* 



IT] y, a 



A. B. 1853. 
Lawyer. 



Phi Beta Kappa; 



Scroll and 
d. 



Kev. 

1908 



Benjamin Kinsman Phelps* y]XH 

A. B. 1853; A. M. 1856. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Scroll and Key. 1st and 3d Prizes English 
Composition, 51; Statement of Facts Orator for 
Brothers in Unity, 52; Pres., 52-53; Editor 
Yale Literary Magazine, 52-53; Commencement 
Orator. Asst. U. S. Dist. .\tty. for the Southern 
Dist. of N. Y.. 66-70; Dist. Atty. County of 
N. Y., 72-80; Vice-Pres. Yale Alumni Assn. of 
N. Y., 78-79. Author Yale Song "Biennial 
Jubilee Song." Father of Dudley Phelps, Beta 
83. 
Lawyer. d. 1880 

Henry Cornelius Robinson* f) H- V 

A. B. 1853; A. M. 1856. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Berkleian Latin Premium and 2d and 3d Prizes 
Latin Translation, 50; 1st and 2d Prizes English 
Composition,' 51 ; Commencement Orator. Mayor 
of Hartford, 72-74; Vice Pres. Yale Alumni 
Assn. of Hartford; M'ember Conn. Legislature, 
79. Brother of Lucius Franklin Robinson, Beta 
43 and father of Lucius Franklin Robinson, 
Beta 85 and Henry Seymour Robinson, Beta 89. 
Lawyer. d. 1900 

Ediiuind Clarence Stedman* H p H' 

A. B. 1871; A. M. 1871; A. M. 1873 ad cundem 
Dartmouth. 1st Prize English Composition, 51. 
Trustee Century Club. Author Psi Upsilon 
Song, "Psi U Choral;" Poems, "Westminster 
Abbey;" "The Diamond Wedding;" "How Old 
Brown took Harper's Ferry;" "Poems, Lyric 
and Idyllic;" "The Prince's Ball; A Brochure;" 
"The Battle of Bull Run;" Alice of INIonmouth 
an Idyl of the Great War, and other Poems;" "A 
Reconstruction Letter;" "The Blameless Prince 
and other Poems;" "Rip Van Winkle and His 
Wonderful Nap;" "Poetical Works. Collective 
Edition:" "Octavius Brooks Frothingham and 
the New Faith;" "Victorian Poets;" "Favorite 
Poems;" "Elizabeth Barrett Browning:" "Haw- 
thorne and other Poems;" "Lyrics and Idyls 
with other Poems;" "Edgar Allen Poe;" "Poems, 
Household Edition;" "Songs and Ballads;" 
"Poets of America." Member New England 
Soc, Yale Univ. and Authors' Clubs. Father 
01 Arthur [Griffin] Stedman, Beta 81. 
.Author and Banker. d. 1908 



Joseph Ashley Welch* 



H^ 



A. B. 1853. 1st Prize English Composition, 51: 

Wooden Spoon Man, 53. 

Lawyer. d. 1901 



1853-54] 



BETA CHAPTER 



81 



Theodore Weston 



K^X 



A. B. lS5o. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Alpha Delta 

Phi. Member Am. Assn. of Architects 

(Honorary), and Century Club. Brother of Ros- 

well Weston, Jr., Lambda 58. 

Civil Engineer (retired). 

26 W. 4Sth St., New York, N. Y. 



Andrew Dickson White 



S^a' 



A. B. 1853; A. M. 1856: LL. D. 1887; LL. D. 
1867 Univ. of Mich; 1886, Cornell; 1902, St. 
Andrew's (Scotland); 1902, Johns Hopkins; 
1906, Dartmouth; 1911, Hobart; L. H. D. 
1887 Columbia; Ph. D. 1889 Univ. of Jena; 
D. C. L. 1902, Oxford. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones; Alpha Sigma Phi; Sigma 
Phi. Yale Literar'- Gold Medal; DeForest 
Gold Medal; 1st Clark Prize; Senior Town- 
send Prize; Sec. and Bow Oar Undine Boat 
Club. Prof, of History Univ. of Mich., 59-65; 
Senator, New York, 63-67; Pres. and Prof, of 
History, Cornell Univ., 65-85; Commissioner to 
San Domingo, 71; to the French Republic, 78; 
Venezuelan Peace Commission, 86-87; Minis- 
ter to Germany, 79-81; to Russia, 92-94; Am- 
bassador to Germany, 97-02; Pres. Am. Dele- 
gation Peace Conference at the Hague, 99; 
Trustee Cornell Univ.; Regent Smithson- 
ian Inst.; Trustee Carnegie Inst, of Wash- 
ington and of Carnegie Peace Foundation; 1st 
Pres. Am. Historical Soc; Presidential Elector, 
72; Officer Legion of Honor of France. Author 
"Lectures on Modern History;" "Paper Money 
Inflation in France;" "History of the War- 
fare of Science with Theology;" "Seven Great 
Statesmen:" "The Warfare of Humanity with 
Unreason;" "Autobiography." Member Prus- 
sian Acad. Arts and Sciences; Am. Acad. Arts 
and Sciences; Am. Social Science Assn.; Am. 
Philosophical Soc; ]\Iassachusetts Historical 
Soc; Union League, Psi Upsilon, Century (New 
York) and Cosmos (Washington, D. C), Clubs. 
Father of Frederick Davies White, Chi 82. 
Educator and Diplomatist. 

Cornell Univ.; res. 27 East Ave., Ithaca, 
N. Y. 



Charles Henry Whittelsey"^ 



A. B. 1865; A. M. 1865. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Lieut. 1st Artillery Regiment Conn. Vols., 62; 
Asst. Adjutant General on Staff of General 
R. D. Tyler, 62-64 and of General H. G. 
Wright, 64-65: Brevet Brigadier General, 65; 
Capt. U. S. Army, Department of the Platte, 
66-71. 
Officer, U. S. Army. d. 1871 



Andrew Jackson Willard'' 



HXS" 



A. B. 1853; B. D. 1856; M. D. 1877 Univ. of 
Vt. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 3d 
Prize Encrlish Composition and Bishop Prize 
in Linonia Prize Debate, 51: Orator for Lin- 
onia at Statement of Facts, 52; Pres. Linonia, 
52: Townscnd Premium, 53. Pastor Congre- 
gational Church, Upton, Mass., 57-68; Supt. 
Mary Fletcher Hosp., 80-88; Instr. in Chemis- 
. trv and Toxicology in the Med. Dept. Univ. of 
Vt., 81-88. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1907 



1854 

John Swartont Barkalow^ 



H5P" 

A. B. 1854. Citv Atty., 64-66 and 67-68; Pre- 
siding Judge Court of Common Pleas, of the 
Orphans' Court and of the Court of General 
Ouarter Sessions of Passaic County, 71-81. 
Lawyer. d. 1910 



Thomas Denny, [Jr.]* 



I 6' 



A. B. 1854. Skull and Bones. Treas. Yale 

Aluniii Assn. of New York, 68-72. 

Banker. d. 1906 



Lester Morse Dorman* 



r] y/8' 



A. B. 1854; B. D. 1858 Union Theol. Sem. 
Scroll and Key. Rector St. Mark's Church, 
Bridge water, Conn., 58-59; St. John's Church, 
Salisbury, 59; St. James' Church, Winsted, 
59-60; St. Mary's Church, Manchester, 60-70; 
Missionary, New Y'ork, 71-73. 
Clergyman. d. 1890 



William Drake, [Jr.]* 



Sap' 



A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857. Principal Public 
School, Chicago, 111., 54-58; Member Ark. 
Legislature, 74-76. 
Planter. d. 1892 



Willard Cutting Flagg* 



HtcO" 



A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Scroll and Key. Two 2d Prizes English Com- 
position, 52; Yale Literary Magazine Medal 
52; Editor Yale Literary Magasine, 53-54. 
Member State Republican Central Committee, 
60; Corresponding Sec. 111. -State Horticultural 
Soc, 61-69; Collector Internal Revenue 12th 
Dist. of 111., 62-69; State Senator, 69-73; 
Trustee 111. Industrial Univ., 76-78; Sec. Board 
of Trustees, 67-75; Sec. Am. Pomological Soc, 
73-78: Pres. 111. State Farmers' Assn., 72-78 
and National Agricultural Congress, 75-78. 
Farmer. d. 1878 

James King Hill* ? P P' 

A. B. 1854. Scroll and Key. 3d Bishop 
Prize in Linonia Debates, 52; Orator for Lin- 
onia Statement of Facts, 52; Pres. of Linonia, 
53-54. Teacher Sag Harbor, N. Y., 54. Brother 
of Charles Borland Hill, Beta 61. 
Lawyer. d. 1899. 



Joh 



n Worthington Hooker* 



H9O' 



A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857: M. D. 1857. 2d and 
3d Prizes Greek Translation. 51; Vice. -Pres. 
Linonia, 53; Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 
53-54; Commencement Orator. Staff New York 
Hosp., 57-59; Prof, of Hygiene and Physical 
Education, Amherst Coll.. 60-61. Author of 
Yale Song "Song of tlie Silver Cup." 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1863 

Edward Wilberforce Lambert* a pL 0' 

A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857; M. D. 1857 Columbia. 
Skull and Bones. Commencement Orator. 
Assoc. Editor Second Collection "S'ongs of Psi 
L^psilon." Member New York Acad, of Medi- 
cine and Pathological Soc. Father of Samuel 
Waldron Lambert, Beta 80. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1904 



James 



Kittredge Lombard* 



r^^V 



A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull 
and Bones. 3d Prize Latin Translation, 51; 
1st and 2d English Composition Prizes, 52; Phi 
Beta Kappa Poet, 70. Principal Acad., 
Hillsdale, Mass., 54-56; High School, Chico- 
pee Falls, 56-57; Court Street Grammar 
School, Springfield, S7-5<); Snlisburv Mnnsion 
School, Worcester, 59-60; High School 60- 
63: Acad. LeRoy, N. Y., 63-66; High School, 
Bridgeport, Conn., 66-70; Rector St. John's 
Church, Northampton, Mass., 70-73; St. 
Paul's Church, Fairfield, Conn., 73-89; Assoc. 
Editor Second Collection "Songs of Psi Up- 
silon." Author "Poem at Fairfield Centennial 



82 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1854 



Celebration;" "Gleanings;" Yale Song "Old 
Yale and Psi Upsilon Songs; "Jolly Psi U;' 
••Swiftly the Moments Fly;" "Think of Psi Up- 
silon;" "The Band of Brothers;" "The Dia- 
mond," and "The Jolly Convocation." 
Clergyman. d. 1889 



George DeForest Lord* 



SxO" 



A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857. Phi Beta Kanna; Skull 
and Bones. Two 2d English Composition Prizes, 
52; Salutatorian. 1st Lieut. Co. G, 22d Regiment 
N. G. N. Y., 63. 
Lawyer. d. 1892 



William Sherman Potts* 

A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857. 
Merchant. 

James Clay Rice''' 



Hvp^ 

d. 1868 

Y]6P" 

A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857. 1st Prize for Debate in 
Brothers in Univ., S3; Statement of Facts 
Orator for Brothers in Unity, 52; Private 39th 
Inf. Regiment N. Y. Vols.. 61; Lieut., Ad- 
jutant and Capt., 61; Lieut. -Colonel, 44th Regi- 
ment of same, 61-62; Colonel, 62-63; Brigadier- 
General 63. 
Lawyer. d. 1864 



William Steele Shurtleff* 



S/P" 



A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857. 2d Prize Greek Trans- 
lation, 51; Member Halcyon Boat Club, 54. 
Private Co. A, 46th Inf. Regiment Mass. Vols., 
62; 1st Lieut, and Lieut. -Colonel, 62; (^olonel, 
62-63 ; Judge Probate of Hampden County, 
63-88; Member of the Springfield Citv Council, 
75-78; Republican Presidential Elector, 84. 
Author, "Memorial Day Poem;" "Minnetona, or 
the Indian Gift." 
Lawyer. d. 1896 



Francis Henry Slade* 



Scpp' 



A. B. 1854. Skull and Bones. Commencement 
Orator. Sergeant 22d Inf. Regiment N. G. N. 
Y., 62; Recording S'ec. Yale Alumni Assn., 
New York, 68-72. Brother of John Milton 
Slade, Beta 51. 
Merchant. d. 1890 



Orson Cowles Sparrow"^ 



qxe' 



A. B. 1854; Ph. B. 1858; M. D. 1864 Long 
Island Coll. Hosp. Phi Beta Kappa. 2d Prize 
Greek Translation and 3d Prize Latin Trans- 
lation, 51; 2d Berkleian Latin Premium, 52; 
Commencement Orator. Teacher, Honesdale, 
Pa., 54-56; Prof, of Chemistry Andrew Coll., 
Newton, Tenn., 58-61; Acting Asst. Surg. U. S. 
Vols., McDougal General Hosp., New York, 
64.65; Asst. in the Long Island Coll. Hosp., 
155-75. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1877 

Alexander Henry Stevens* a t €)' 

A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857. Pres. Yale Navy, 
54-57. Member Executive Committee Yale 
Alumni Assn. of New York, 75-77. Member 
Sons of the Revolution. Brother of Frederick 
William Stevens, Beta 58. 
Banker. 



William Woodruff Stone* 



Y] a 0' 



A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857. Member Republican 
State Committee. 59; Common Council of New 
Haven, 62-64; U. S. Deputy Collector of Cus- 
toms, New Haven, 64-69. 
Lawyer. d. 1888 



John Tait 



H(oO" 



Linonia. 1st Prize English Composition, 52. 

Physician and Surgeon. 

2536, 14th St., N. VV., Washington, D. C. 

Charles Edward Trumbull* S L I' 

A. B. 1854. Phi Beta Kappa. 1st Prize in 
Brothers in Unity Prize Debate, S3. Brother 
of James Hammond Trumbull, Beta 42. 

d. 1856 



Alexander Stevenson Tv/ombly* 



TjxO' 



A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857; S. T. D. 18S3; B. D. 
1858 Andover Theol. Sem. Skull and Bones. 
2d Berkleian Latin Premium and 3d English 
Composition Prize, 52; Member Halcyon Boat 
Club, 54; Townsend Premium, 54; Commence 
ment Orator. Pastor Presbyterian Church, 
Cherry Valley, N. Y., 58-62; State Street 
Church, Albany, 62-67; 1st Church, Stamford, 
Conn., 67-72; Winthrop (Congregational) 
Church, Charlestown, Mass., 72-88; Member 
Christian Commission with the Army of the 
Potomac, 64; Chairman Examining Committee, 
Boston Public Library 73-84; Pres. Yale 
Alumni Assn. (Boston), 83. Father of Edward 
Lambert Twombly, Beta 81 and Henry Ban- 
croft Twombly, Beta 84. 
Clergyman. d. 1907 



Adrian VanSinderen^ 



Y)(|^p" 



A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857; C. E. 1847 Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Inst; B. N. S. 1849. Berzelius 
Soc. \'aledictorian, R. P. I., 49; 2d llnglish 
Composition Prize, 52; Pres. Beethoven Soc, 
53-54; One of the Founders and Pres. Halcyon 
Boat Club, 52-54. Pres. Mercantile Library, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 63-64 and 78; Assoc. Editor 
Second Collection "Songs of Psi Upsilon." 
Member Long Island Historical Soc. and Am. 
Geographical Soc. Father of [Alvan] Howard 
Van Sinderen, Lambda 81. 
Lawyer. d. 1905 



Charles Atwood White* 



aaF 



A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857. Skull and Bones. 
Member Halcyon Boat Club, 54. Brother of 
Henry Dyer White, Beta 51, Roger Sherman 
White, Beta 59, Thomas Howell White, Beta 
60, Oliver Sherman White, Beta 64 and George 
Edward White, Beta 66. 
Merchant. d. 1911 



Erskine Norman White* 



[3 6' 



A. B. 1854 A. M. 1857; B. D. 1857 Union 
Theol. Sem.; S. T. D. 1874 Univ. of New York. 
Commencement Orator. Pastor Dutch Reformed 
Church, Richmond. N. Y., 59-62; Chaplain 22d 
Regiment N. G. N. Y., 62; Pastor Presbyterian 
Church, New Rochelle, N. Y., 62-68; West- 
minster Church, Buffalo, 68-74; W. 23d St. 
Church, New York, N. Y., 74-88; Dir. Union 
Author "History of West 
"Semicentennial of West 
Father of Nelson Ripley 
White, Lambda 83 and Stanley White, Delta 
84. 
Clergyman. d. 1911 



Theol. Sem. 76-88. 
23d Street Church; 
23d Street Church. 



Matthew Noyes Whitmore* 



Rtc' 



A. B. 1854; LL. B. 1875. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull 
and Bones. 3d Prize Greek Translation, 51. 
Teacher of Music, New Haven, Conn., 54-73. 
Lawyer. d. 1893 



I 



1854-55] 

Edward Payson Whitney 



BETA CHAPTER 



83 



SSp' 



A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull 
and Bones. Sec. Beethoven Soc, 52-53. Instr. 
Williston Sem., Easthampton, Mass., 54-55. 
Brother of James Lyman Whitney, Beta 56 and 
Henry Mitchell Whitney. Beta 64. 

d. 1858 



Joseph Warren Wilson* 



avjp 

A. B. 1854; A. M. 1857. Teacher Collegiate and 
t'onnnercial Inst., New Haven, Conn., 54-56; 
Member Board of Education, 60-78. 
Lawyer. d. 1887 



1855 

Charles James Fox Allen* 



T0( 



I 



A. B. 1855. Phi Beta Kappa. 1st Prize Latin 

Translation and 1st Berkleian Latin Premium, 

52; Commencement Orator. Paymaster and 
Major U. S. Armv, 62-65. 

Merchant. d. 1911 

William Henry Linus Barnes* i: ti F 

Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 1st and 2d 
Prizes Latin Translation; 1st Declamation 
Prize; two 1st Prizes English Composition and 
1st Berkleian Latin Premium, 52; Editor Yale 
Literary Magazine, 54. Author "Solid Silver." 
Brother of James Alexander Barnes, Gamma 
71. 
Lawyer. d. 1902 

Lyman Dennison Brewster* Z s 11' 

A. B. 1855; A. M. 1858. 3d Prize Latin Trans- 
lation, 52. Commencement Orator. Probate 
Judge for the Danbury Dist., 63; Judge of the 
Court of Common Pleas for Fairfield Co., 70- 
74; Member Conn. Legislature, 70 and 78-79; 
State Senate, 80-81. Author "Biennial Song;" 
"The Wives of the Class." 
Lawyer. d. 1904 



Nathaniel Willis Bumstead* 



i;t7:- 



A. B. 1855; A. M. 1858. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. Pres. Yale Navy, 54-55; 
1st Declamation Prize and 3d Prize Latin 
Translation, 52; 2d Berkleian Premium, 54; 
Commencement Orator; Berkeley Scholar, 55- 
56; Editor and Publisher Yale Banner. Teacher 
Latin School, Boston, ^lass., 56-57; Capt. 45th 
Inf. Regiment Mass. \'ols., 62-63. Author 
".Mma Mater." 
Merchant. d. 1912 



Calvin Goddard Child* 



Zof 



.^. B. 1855; A. M. 1858. Scroll and Key. Vice- 
Pres. Linonia, 54-55; 1st and 2d Prizes in Eng- 
lish Composition, 52; Townsend Premium, 55. 
Aide with rank of Colonel Staff of (Sovtrnor of 
Conn., 62-64: Judge, City Court of Norwich, 
63-64; U. S. Dist. Attv. for Con.i., 70-8C. 
Author "Our Class Dead." 
Lawyer. 



Linus Mason Child* 



d. 1880 

A. B. 1855; A. M. 1858; LL. B. 1858 rfarvard. 
Member Mass. Legislature, 67-68; Common 
Council of Boston; School Commissioner. 
Lawyer. d. 1898 



Henry Treat Chittenden* 



?;rt 



A. B. 1855. 2d Declamation Prize, 52; Libra- 
rian of Linonia, 54-55. U. S. Commissioner; 
Capt. Ohio Militia, 61-63. Brother of Sterne 
Chittenden, Beta 55. 
Lawyer. d. 19C9 



Sterne Chittenden* 



TtI" 

A. B. 1^55. Commencement Orator. Brother 

of Henry Treat Chittenden, Beta 55. 

Lawyer.' d. 1887 

Eli j all Cone* Z a ir 

A. B. 1855; A. M. 1858. Teacher Latin and 
Greek in the Acad., Cortland, N. Y., 55-57; 
Chilton, Wis., 57-61 and 63-64; Private 4th 
Inf. Regiment of Wis. Vols., 61-63. 
Educator. d. 1900 



Presley Judson Edwards* 



SaF 



2d and 3d Prizes English Composition, 52. 
Banker. 

Augustus DeBerkeley Hughes 

Initiated by the Delta 



David Low Huntington* 



tO C 



A. B. 1855; A. M. 1858; M. D. 1857 Univ. of 
Pa. Scroll and Key. Wooden Spoon Man, 54; 
\'ice-Pres. Brothers in Unity, 54-55. Asst. Surg. 
LT. S. Army with Brevets of Capt., Major and 
Lieut. -Colonel, 62-77; Major and Surg., 77-99; 
Med. Dir. of the Army of the Tennessee, 65; 
Attending Surg., Soldiers' Home, Washington, 
D. C. 75-81. 
Surgeon, U. S. Army. d. 1899 



Simeon Thomas Hyde* 



Y]£0^ 



A. B. 1855; A. M. 1870. Private 13th Regi- 
ment N. G. N. Y., 62-63; 1st Lieut. Co. F, 
15th Inf. Regiment of Conn. Vols, and Aide 
to Brigadier-General Edward Harland, 65. 
Lawyer. d. 1877 

Charles Frederick Johnson ?^ X 11' 

A. B. 1855; A. M. 1865; Litt. D. 1898; LL. D. 
1909 Trinity. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and 
Bones. Commencement Orator; Crew; 2d 
Mathematical Prize, 53. Asst. Prof, of Mathe- 
matics. U. S. Nava'. Acad., 65-70; Prof, of Eng- 
lish Literature Trinity Coll., 83-07; Emeritus 
Prof, under Carnegie Foundation, 09. Author 
Psi Upsilon Song, "True Till Death;" "Eng- 
lish Words;" "Three Englishmen and Three 
Americans;" "Elements of Literary Criti- 
cism;" "Forms of English Poetry;" "Shakes- 
peare and His Critics;" "History of English 
and American Literature;" "What Can I do 
for Brady and other Verses?" 
Educator ("retired). 
69 Vernon St., Hartford, Conn. 



George Alvah Kittredge 



Z p TU" 



A. B. 1855; A. M. 1858. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. 2d Berkleian Latin Premium, 
52; 2d Prize in Latin Examination, 54; Clark 
Scliolar, 55-56. Member Port Trust, Bombay, 
India, and Committee Bombay Branch, Royal 
Asiatic Soc.; Am. Consul, 63-66. Member 
Union and University CBoston), University 
(New York), Byculla, Bombay and Royal Bom- 
bay Yacht ("Bombay, India) Clubs; Club of 
Western India; Royal Asiatic Soc. 
Merchant (retired). 

Union Club, Boston; res. Beacon St., Brook- 
line, Mass. 

George Lampson* Hal" 

A. B. 1855; Skull and Bones. . 

Lawyer. d. 1906 



84 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1855-56 



Elisha Mulford* 



TtI 



A. B. 1855; A. M. 1858; LL. D. 1872. Skull 
and Bones. 1st Prize English Composition, S3. 
Rector St. Luke's Church, Darien, Conn., 61- 
62; Church of the Holy Communion, South 
Orange, N. J., 62-64. Author "The Nation: 
The Foundation of Civil Order and Political 
Life in the United States;" "The Republic of 
God, an Institute of Theology." 
Clergyman. d. 1885 

Alfred Perkins Rockwell* x o 11' 

A. B. 1855: A. M. 1858; Ph. B. 1858. Capt. 1st 
Conn. Light Battery, 62-64; Colonel 6th Inf. 
Regiment Conn. Vols., 64-65; Brevet Brigadier- 
General, 65; Prof, of Mining Engineering, 
Yale, 65-68; Mass. Inst, of Tech., 68-73.^ Mem- 
ber .Am. Assn. for the Advancement of Science; 
Am. .\cad. of Arts and Sciences; Boston Soc. of 
Natural History and Geological Soc. of France. 
Mining Engineer. d. 1913 



Franklin Austin Seely* 



X^v.t: 



A. B. 1855; A. M. 1858. Capt. and Asst. 
Quartermaster U. S. Vols., 62-67; Brevet Major, 
66; Lieut. -Colonel, 67. Member Anthropologic- 
al Soc. (Washington). 
Examiner: U. S. Patent Office. d. 1895 



Lewis Elliot Stanton* 



Z3i 



A. B. 1855. 3d Declamation Prize, 52; Bishop 
Prize, 52; 1st Prize in Linonia Debate, 54. 
City Recorder, Norwich, Conn., 64-65; Mem- 
ber Conn. Legislature and Chairman Judiciary 
Committee, 80; Asst. U. S. Atty., 70-85. 
Lawyer. d. 1916 



Charles Pierce Stetson* 



T u r 



A. B. 1855. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 1st 
Prize Latin Translation, 52: Commencement 
Orator. Dist. Atty., Penobscot County, 61-75; 
Alderman, City of Bangor, 78. 
Lawyer. d. 1899 



George Talcott* 



T^n' 



A. B. 1855. Scroll and Key. 2d Berkleian Latin 

Premium, 52-54; 2d Prize Latin Translation, 52; 

Clark Astronomical Prize, 55; Commencement 

Orator. 

Merchant. d. 1871 



Luther Henry Tucker* 



^(|;7r' 



A. B. and A. M. 1858. 2d Declamation Prize 
and 1st and 2d English Composition Prizes. 52. 
Journalist. d. 1897 



William Wheeler 



ol" 



A. B. 1855; A. M. 1858: LL. B. 1860 Harvard. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 2d Berkleian 
Latin i'remium; 2d Declamation Prize and 2d 
Latin Translation Prize, 52; Commencement 
Orator; Berkeley Scholar in Yale, 55-57. Private 
7th Regiment N. G. N. Y., 61; 1st Lieut. 13th 
Independent Battery N. Y. Light Artillery, 62- 
63; Capt.. 63-64; Chief of Artillery on the Staflf 
of General Geary. 64. Author "The Parting 
Song." 
Lawyer. d. 1864 

Williams Clark Whittemore* T (t L 

A B. 1855; A. M. 1858. Commencement Orator. 

Teacher, Utica, N. Y.. 55-56. 

Merchant. d. 1910 



Charles Taylor Catlin* 



CSo" 



A. B. 1856; A. M. 1859. Junior Exhibition 
Orator, 55; Orator at Statement of Facts, 55; 
Pres. Brothers in Unity, 56; Poem at Com- 
mencement. Teacher of Classics Brooklyn 
Acad., 58-63. Brother of Julius Catlin, Beta 53, 
Hasket Derby Catlin, Beta 59 and .\rnold 
W'elles Catlin, Beta 62. 
Actor and Elocutionist. d. 1912 

John Denison Champlin, [Jr.]* t y] /,' 

A. B. 1856; A. M. 1866. Author "Catechism of 
Common Things;" "Young Folks' Encyclopedia 
of Common Things;" "Young Folks' Cyclopedia 
of Persons and Places;" "Young Folks' History 
of the Wars of the Union;" "Young Folks' 
Astronomy;" "Cyclopedia of Painters and Paint- 
ings." 
Author. d. 1915 



Isaac Clark 



r^$ 



.\. B. 1856; B. D. 1861 Andover Theol. Sem.; D. 
D. 1896 Howard Univ. and 1901 Yale. Dean of 
the School of Theology, Howard Univ. : Prof. 
of Theology and English Exegesis. Member 
Congregational Club. 
Educator. 

Howard Univ.; res. 327 College St. N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 



P[atrick] Henry Woodward 6x11" 

A. B. 1855; A. M. 1900 Trinity. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Kappa Sigma Epsilon, 2d and 3d Latin 
Translation Prizes; 2d Berkleian Premium and 
3d English Composition Prize, 52; 3d Latin 
Examination Prize, 54; Commencement Orator. 
Author "Guarding the Mails;" "Hartford, Its 
Institutions and Industries;" "Centennial His- 
tory of Hartford Bank;" "Insurance in Con- 
necticut;" "Manufactures in Hartford." Mem- 
ber Hartford, University and Golf Clubs. 
Father of Charles Guilford Woodward, Beta 
Beta 98. 
Banker. 

Conn. General Life Insurance Co., 64 Pearl St.; 
res. 742 Asylum Ave., Hartford, Conn. 



1856 



George Payson Barker* Z ^ O' 

A. B. 1856. Skull and Bones. Sec. of Brothers 
in Unity, 55-56; Commencement Orator. .Mem- 
ber Board of Supervisors, 63. 
Lawyer. d. 1868 

[Phineas] Wolcott Calkins T s K' 

A. B. 1856; D. D. 1887 Hamilton Coll. Phi Beta 
Kappa. 1st Berkeleian Latin Premiums, S3, 
54, 55 and 56; 1st Mathematical Prize, 53; 
3d Bishop Prize in Linonia Debates, 54; 
1st Prize Eng'ish Composition, 54; De Forest i| 
Medal, 56; Philosophical appointment at Junior 'f 
Exhibition, 55, and at Commencement. Teach- 
er, Collegiate and Commercial Institution, 
New Haven, Conn., 56-57; Principal English 
Dept., High School. Worcester, Mass., 57-59; 
Pastor 1st Church of Christ, Hartford, Conn.. 
62-54; Calvary (Presbyterian) Church, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 64-66; North Presbyterian Church. 
Buffalo, N. Y.. 66-80; Eliot (Congregational) 
Church, Newton, Mass., 80-95; Member U. S. 
Christian Commission, 65. Author "Keystones i 
of Faith;" "Parables for Our Times;" "Life of 
Matthew W. Baldwin, Locomotive Builder." 
Clergyman. 
Newton, Mass. 



1856] 



BETA CHAPTER 



85 



Alfred Coit* 



ZoO' 



A. B. 1856; LL. B. 1858 Harvard. Member 
Conn. Legislature, 62-65; State Board of Edu- 
cation, 65-68; State Senator, 68; Judge 
Probate New London Dist., 75-76; Judge Court 
of Common Pleas, 77-7V; State Commissioner 
and Member of the Gettysburg Soldiers' 
National Cemetery Assn., 64. Brother of 
Robert Coit, Jr., Beta 50 and Joshua Coit, Beta 
53. 
Lawyer. d. 1879 

Chauncey Mitchell Depew F /. K" 

A. B. 1856; LL. D. 1887. Skull and Bones. Pres. 
Linonia, 56; 2d Bishop Prize in Linonia Debates, 
54; two 3d Prizes in English Composition, 54; 
Junior Exhibition Orator, 55; Commencement 
Orator. Member N. Y. Assembly, 61-62; Sec. 
State of N. Y.. 63; U. S. Senator, 99-11; :\Iem- 
ber Corporation of Yale Univ. Member Psi 
Upsilon Club; Soc. of the Cincinnati. 
Transportation. 

N. Y. Central R. R. Co., Grand Central Termi- 
nal; res. 2/ \V. S4tli St., New York, N. Y. 



Charles Edward Fellowes'^' 



Hvo 



A. B. 1856. Scroll and Key. Teacher at Bloom- 
field, N. J., 56-58; Auditor City of Hartford, 
72-73. Father of Edward Colton Fel'.owes, Beta 
88 and brother of Francis Fellowes, Jr., Beta 
56. 
Lawyer. d. 1904 



Francis Fellowes, Jr.' 



M [h yC 



A. B. 1856. Private Hartford Rifles, 1st Regi- 
ment Conn. Vols., 61. Brother of Charles 
Edward Fellows, Beta 56 and uncle of Edward 
Colton Fellows, Beta 88. 
Lawyer. d. 1871 



John Minot Fiske* 



T^K^ 



A. B. 1856; A. M. 1872. Deputy Naval Officer, 
Boston Custom House, 63; Deputy Collector, 
63-65; Principal Deputy Collector, 65-74: Spe- 
cial Deputy Collector, 74-06; Member Common 
Council, Boston, 62-64; Chairman of the Board 
of Civil Service Examiners, 83-87. 
U. S. Special Deputy Collector. d. 1906 

Joseph Richardson French* Z t O' 

A. B. 1856; A. M. 1859. Commencement Ora- 
tor. Teacher, Stockbridge, Mass., 56-57; Ab- 
ington, 57-58; Principal High School, West- 
minster, Conn., 70-74; Centre School, Meriden, 
74-81; Skinner School, New Haven, 81-02; Jus- 
tice of the Peace; Member School Committee, 
Stockbridge. 
Educator. d. 1913 

Frederick Street Hoppin* A v 6 

A. B. 1856; A. M. 1859. Scroll and Key. 

Brother of William Warner Hoppin, Jr., Sigma 

61. 

Lawyer. d. 1907 

Benjamin Drake Alagruder* T 9 x' 

A. B. 1856. Skull and Bones. Junior Exhi- 
hibition Orator, 55; Commencement Orator. 
Master in Chancery Supreme Court of 111., 
68-85; Judge of same, 7th Judicial Dist. of 111., 
85-88; Vice-Pres. Alumni Assn., Chicago, 76 and 
Prcs., 79-80. 
Lawyer. d. 1910 

K" 



Edward Payson Nettleton"^ 



A. B. 1856. Skull 
Brothers in LTnity, 56. 



and Bones. 
Teacher, Va., 



Pres. of 
57; Prin- 



cipal High School, Chicopee Falls, Mass., 57 
58 and 59-61; Capt. 31st InL Regiment Mass 
Vols.,, 61-64; Lieut. Colonel, 64; Colonel, 65 
Chief of Ordnance to General Weitzel, 63-64 
Provost Marshal of the General Dept. of Ala., 
65; Corporation Counsel, Boston, 81-88; Judge 
Advocate on Staff of Governor Robinson, 84-86. 
Lawyer. d. 1889 



Lewis Richard Packard* 



Zxo^ 



A. B. 1856; A. M. 1859; Ph. D. 1863. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. VVoolsey 
Scholar in Yale, 53-56; 3d Mathematical Prize 
and Berkleian Latin Premium, 53; two 1st 
Prizes English Composition and 1st Berkleian 
Latin Premium, 54; Junior Exhibition Orator, 
55; Pres. Brothers in Unity, 56; Berkleian 
Latin Premium, 56; Townsend Premium, 56; 
Commencement Orator: ClarK Scnolar ni Vale, 
56-57. Asst. Prof, of Greek Language and 
Literature in Yale, 63-66; Hillhouse' Prof., 66- 
84; Dir. Am. Classical School, Athens, 83-84; 
Treas. of Phi Beta Kappa. Author "Studies 
in Greek Thought." 
Educator. d. 1884 

Levi Leonard Paine* T (o x' 

A. B. 1856; A. M. 1859; S. T. D. 1875. Skull 
and Bones. Ciark Pnze: 3d Mathematical 
Prize and Berkleian Latin Premium, 53; Hurl- 
but Scholar, 53-54; 1st Berkleian Latin Pre- 
mium and 1st English Composition Prize, 54; 
1st Prize for Latin Examination, 55; 1st Pres. 
Brothers in Unity, 55; Philosophical Ap- 
pointments, 55 and 56; Commencement Orator. 
Principal of Classical Dept. High School, 
Norwalk Conn., 56-57; Pastor 1st Church, 
Farmington, Conn., 61-70; Prof. Church His- 
tory Bangor Theol. Sem., 70-88; Pres. Faculty, 
82-88. 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1902 



Henry Edwards Pardee* 



CpO^ 



A. B. 1856; A. M. 1859. Junior Exhibition 
Orator, 55; Commencement Orator. Member 
Common Council, 61-63; Prosecuting Grand 
Juror of New Haven, 63-64; Member Board of 
Compensation, 63-68; Atty. for the City of 
New Haven, 69-71; Judge Court of Common 
Pleas for the County of New Haven, 71-73; 
City Court of New Haven, 79-81. Member 
'I'rumbujl Trust Assn. 
Lawyer. d. 1889 

Georg^e Eleazar HoltPease* Z[j.K~ 

A. B. 1856. 2d Prize English Composition, 54; 
Statement of Facts Orator for Linonia 55. 
Mayor, Pana, 111., 58-59: Capt. of Co. M 3d 
Cavalry Regiment, 111. Vols., 60-61; Member 
Constitutional Convention of Colo., 75-77; 
Mayor, Fairplay, Colo., 82-83. 
Lawyer. d. 1895 



Frank Henry Peck* 



ZX 



A. B. 1856. Principal of Acad., West Killingly, 
Conn., 56-57; Prosecuting Grand Juror, New 
Haven, 58-60; Major 12th Inf. Regiment Conn. 
\'ols., 61-63; Lieut. Colonel, 63; Colonel. 64 
Lawyer. d. 1864 



George Chester Robinson* 



Too 



A. B. 1856. Skull and Bones. 2d Prize Eng- 
lish Composition, 54; Junior Exhibition Orator, 
55; 1st Pres. of Linonia, 55; Townsend Pre- 
mium, 56; Commencement Orator. Pastor 
First Place Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 57-58; 
Union Chapel, Cincinnati. O., 58-60. Author 
"Seed Thoughts; a Hand-book of Doctrine and 
Devotions." 
Clergyman. ' d. 1863 



86 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1856-57 



Edward Alfred Smith* 



^riO~ I Charles Seymour Blackmail* t]v.^' 



A. B. 1856; B. D. 1859 Andover Theol. Sem. 
Berkleian Latin Premium, 53, 54 and' 56; 
Junior Exhibition Orator, 55; Commencement 
Orator. Pastor, West Chester, Mass., 65-74; 
Farmington, Conn., 74-95. 
Clergyman. d. 1895 



Edward Cornelius Towne* 



$(0 0* 



A. B. 1856. Junior Exhibition Orator, 55; Sal- 

utatorian. Pastor Soutli Braintree, Mass., 60- 

61; 1st Unitarian Church. Medford, Mass., 

61-68. 

Clergyman and Journalist. d. 1911 

James Lyman Whitney* Z S 6 

A. B. 1856; A. M. 1865. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. Berkleian Latin Premium, 
53; 3d Prize English Composition, 54; Librar- 
ian Brothers in Unity, 55-56; Commencement 
Orator; Berkeley Scholar, 56-57. Chairman 
School Committee, Concord, Mass., 79-87; Sec. 
Library Committee of Concord Free Library; 
Chairman Book Committee Bostonian Soc, 
Boston; Treas. Am. Library Assn. Author "A 
Modern Proteus," "Bibliography of the Nine- 
teenth of April, 1875." Brother of Edward 
Payson Whitney, Beta 54 and Henry Mitchell 
Whitney, Beta 64. 
Librarian. d. 1910 

Edward Franklin Williams T t: K" 

A. B. 1856; A. M. 1859; D. D. 1883 
Illinois Coll.; LL. D. 1899 Wheaton Coll.; 
LL. D. 1909 Adrian Coll. 2d Mathemati- 
cal Prize 53; 3d, 55; 3d English Com- 
position and 2d Declamation Prizes, 54. 
Teacher Merwinsville, New Bedford, Conn., 
56-59; Principal Lookout Mountain Educa- 
tional Inst., 66-67; 1st Principal of Howard 
Univ. (Washington, D. C), 67; Pastor of 
Tabernacle Church (Chicago), 69-73; Pres. 
Congregational Club; Moderator Congregational 
Conferences. 111. Author "Christian Life In 
Germany." Member Chicago Literary and 
University Clubs. 
Clergyman (retired). 
1051 Cherry St., Winnetka, 111. 



Samuel Fav Woods'' 



* 



T T 



O' 



A. B. 1856; A. M. 1859. Stroll and Key. 
Junior Exhibition Orator, 55; Commencement 
f)rator. 1st Lieut. 3d Mass. Battalion of 
Rifles, 61; 1st Lieut, and Adjutant 34th Inf. 
Regiment of Mass. Vols., 62-64; Asst. Adjutant 
General on the Staff of General Weber, 64. 
Lawyer. d. 1864 



1857 

Edmund Thompson Allen* 



S^E' 



A. B. 1857; A. M. 1860. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Scroll and Key. Teacher French and Mathe- 
matics in the Friends' Acad., New Bedford, 
Mass., 57-58; Justice of the Peace; U. S. 
Commissioner for Eastern Dist. of Mo.; Chief 
Inspr. of Elections: Snecinl Master in Chancprv, 
U. S. Circuit Court, Eastern Dist. of Mo. 
Member Am. Assn for the Advancement of 
Science and Acad, of Science of St. Louis. 
Father of Clifford Butler Allen, Beta 85 and 
Edmund Allen, Beta 88. 
Lawyer. d. 1912 



Edwin Barrows* 



X p X" 



A. B. 1857; A. M. 1860. Librarian Brothers in 
Unity, 56-57. Quartermaster's Sergeant 4th 
Inf. Regiment Mass. Vols., 62-64. 
Insurance. ' d. 1908 



A. B. 1857. Skull and Bones. 1st Fleet Capt. 

Yale Navv, 56-57. 

Merchant. d. 1906 

Lester Bradner* S cp A' 

A. B. 1857. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Merchant. d. 1907 

Robert [Henry] Brown, [Jr.]* HXX' 

A. B. 1857; A. M. 1860. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll 
and Key. Sec. Yale Univ. Astronomical Obser- 
vatory, 82-88; Member Cincinnati School Board, 
66-67; Board of Managers Cincinnati Public 
Library, 66-71; Treas., 61-62; Corresponding 
Sec, 63-64; Treas. Theol. and Religious Library 
Assn. of Cincinnati, 63-83; Member Am. Assn. 
Advancement of Science, Cincinnati Horti- 
cultural Soc, Cincinnati Natural History Soc. 
and Am. Soc. of Microscopists. 
Secretary. d. 1911 

Joseph Payson Buckland* <yX'^~ 

A. B. 1857. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
3d Prize English Composition, 55; Vice-Pres. 
Brothers in Unity, 56-57; Commencement 
Orator. Teacher, Holyoke, Mass., 57-62; 
Tudge Police Court si.x vears; Supt. of Schools. 
Holvoke. 77-79. 
Lawyer. d. 1879 



Francis Eugene Butler* 



•OeA^ 



A. B. 1857; A. M. I860; B. D. 1860 Princeton 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
1st Prize in English Composition, 55; Editor 
Yale Literary Maga::ine, 56-57; Commencement 
Orator. Pastor Paterson, N. J. 62; Chaplain 
25th Inf. Regiment of N. J. Vols., 62-63; Sec. 
Young Men's Bible Soc. of New York; Founder 
Y. M. C. A. (New York). 
Clergyman. d. 1863 



John Calvin Day* 



St^ 



A. B. 1857; A. M. 1865. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull 
and Bones. 2d Prize English Composition and 
2d Declamation Prize, 55; 1st Prize for Latin 
Examination, 56; Berkleian Latin Premiums, 56 
and 57; Commencement Oiator. Executive Sec. 
State of Conn. 64-65. 
Lawyer. d. 1899 



David Stuart Dodge 



HiV 



A. B. 1857; A. M. 1864; D. D. 1899; B. D. 
1860 Union Theol. Sem. Commencement Orator. 
Pres. Board of Trustees, Syrian Protestant Coll.: 
Pres. Board of Home Missions of Presby- 
terian Church in U. S., since 99; Pres. 
National Temperance Soc. Author "Memorial of 
William E. Dodge." Brother of Charles Cleve- 
land Dodge, Beta 60. 
Clergyman. 
99 John St., New York, N. Y. 



Daniel Cady Eaton* 



Y] (J X~ 



A. B. 1857; A. M. 1860; S. B. 1860 Harvard. 
Derzelius Soc. Inspr. U. S. Comn)issary Dept., 
New York, 61-64; Prof, of Botany, Yale, 64-95. 
Author "Ferns of North America." Member 
Conn. Acad, of Arts and Sciences (Pres., 82-84); 
.\cad. of Natural Sciences; Harleian Soc. (Lon- 
don); State Historical Soc. of Wis.; Am. Acad, 
of Arts and Sciences. 
Educator. d. 1895 



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87 



Alfred Lewis Edwards* 



aO^" 



A. B. 1857; A. M. 1860; LL. B. 1861 Harvard. 
Skull and Bones. 2d English Composition Prize, 
55; Prize Essay, Harvard, 60. Author Yale 
"\\'ooden Spoon Song;" and Psi Upsilon Songs 
"Lauriger Psi Upsilon" and "Old Psi U." 
Lawyer. d. 1910 



John Griswold* 



?riV 



A. B. 1857. Scroll and Key. Capt. Co. A 11th 

Inf. Regiment Conn Vols., 61-62. 

Civil Engineer. d. 1862 



Alfred Hand 



?^a' 



A. B. 1857; A. M. 1866. Phi Beta Kappa. Vice- 
Pres. Linonia, 56-57. Judge of 45th Judical Dist. 
of Pa., 79-88; Pres. Judge Courts of Lacka- 
wanna County; Justice Supreme Court of Pa., 
88-89; Trustee Lafayette Coll. since 19; Pres. 
Scranton Public Library, Pa., Oral School for 
Deaf Mutes and Lackawanna Hosp. ; Pres and 
Trustee Y. M. C. A.; Member Committee on 
Revision Presbyterian Confession of Faith. 
Lawyer and Jurist ("retired). 
People's National Bank Bldg. ; res. 505 Jefferson 
Ave., Scranton, Pa. 



Smith Harris Hyde 



* 



Hav 



Joseph Cooke Jackson* 



A. B. 1857; B. D. 1860 Auburn Theol. Sem. 1st 
Capt. Alida Boat Club, 56-57. Pastor, Webster 
Grove, Mo., 60-64; Carrollton, 111., 64-80; East 
St. Louis, 80-82; Carthage, 111., 82-08. 
Clergyman. d. 1908 

ADS' 

A. B. 1857; A. M. 1860; LL. B. 1859 Univ. of 
the City of New York. Skull and Bones. 2d 
Prize Brothers in L'nity Debate, 54; 1st Decla- 
mation Prize. 55; Berkleian Premium, 54, 55 
and 56; Pres. Brothers in Unity, 56; Senior 
Orator, 56; Townsend Premium, 57; Orator 
Harvard Law School. 60. Aide to Brigadier- 
General Anderson U. S. Army, 61; 2d Lieut. 8th 
Inf. Regiment N. J. Vols., and Aide to 
Brigadier-Genera! P. Kearny, 61; Division Staff 
Officer to Major-General W. B. Franklin U. S. 
Army, 61-62; Capt. and Aide U. S. Army, com- 
missioned, 62; Lieut. -Colonel, 26th Regiment of 
N. J. Vols., 62-63; Brevet-Colonel of Vols., com- 
missioned, 62; U. S. Commissioner of Naval 
Credits for N. J. 64; Brigadier-General, 65; 
Aide to Governor Marcus S. Ward, of N. J.; 
Asst. U. S. Atty. Southern Dist. N. Y., 70-71. 
Author "Relations of the American Lawyer to 
the State;" "Universality of Law." Brother of 
Schuyler Brinckerhoff Jackson, Beta 71. 
Lawyer. d. 1913 



James Marshall* 



St^" 



A. B. 1857; A. M. 1860; D. D. 87 Leno.x Coll. 
3d Declamation Prize, 55. Principal Young 
Ladies' Select School. 58-61 ; Hosp. Chaplain U. 
S. Army, 62-66; Pastor, Syracuse, N. Y., 69-71; 
New York, N. Y., 71-72; ist Church. Hoboken, 
N. J., 72-76; Lebanon Chapel, New York, N. Y., 
76-81: Dewitt Memorial Church, 81-84; Founder 
Y. M. C. A., and Syracuse City Mission, 59; 
Dept. Chaplain Grand Armv of the Republic, 
State of N. Y., 86-88; Pres. Coe Coll. 
Clergyman. d.l896 



Norman Carolan Perkins* 



AD 



.\. B. 1857: A. M. 1860. Ist Prize, Brothers 
in Unity Debate, 54: Two 1st Prizes in En.E;lish 
Composition, 55; Member Wooden Spoon Com- 
mittee, 56; Editor Yale Literary Magazine. 
56-57; Townsend Premium, 57; Commencement 
Orator. .Author Poems "The Sons of Ver- 



mont;" "The June Training;" "A Rhyme of 
the District School" and "Vestigia Retrorsum." 
Lawyef and Journalist. d. 1895 



Edward Leighton Porter* 



a u liL 



A. B. 1857. Commencement Orator. Teacher in 

Va., 57; Adjutant 18th Inf. Regiment of Conn. 

Vols., 62-63; Capt., 63. Author "The Horses of 

Neptune." 

Lawyer. d. 1863 



Y) V A' 



Henry Cleveland Pratt 

A. B. 1857; A. M. 1860; LL. B. 1860 Harvard. 
Scroll and Key. Brother of William Hall Brace 
Pratt, Beta 64. 
Lawyer. d. 1893 



William Henry Savary* 



?^^^ 



A. B. 1857; B. D. 1860 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kappa, 1st Prize Declamation, 55. Pastor West 
Newton, Mass., 61-64; Ellsworth, Maine, 64-73; 
Canton, Mass.. 73-85; South Boston, 85-02; 
County Supt. of Schools, Hancock County, 
Maine, 69-70. 
Clergyman. d. 1906 



a or 

d. 1894 



Joseph Ledyard Smith* 

A. B. 1857. Scroll and Key. 
Lawyer. 

Augustus Hopkins Strong S tc A' 

A. B. 1857; D. D. 1890; B. D. 1861 Rochester 
Theol Sem.; D. D. 1870 Brown; D. D. 1896 
Princeton; LL. D. 1891 Bucknell; LL. D. 
1894 Alfred Univ.; Litt. D. 1912 Rochester. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Linonia. Pres. Linonia, 56- 
57; 1st Prizes in English Composition and 
Declamation; 1st Berkleian Latin Premiums; 
Yale Literary Magazine Essay Medal; De For-« 
est Medal; Commencement Orator. Pastor 
Baptist Church, Haverhill, Mass., 61-65; Cleve- 
land, Ohio, 65-72; Pres. and Prof, of Sys- 
tematic Theology, Rochester Theol. Sem., 72- 
12; Pres. Emeritus since 12; Pres. Am. Bap- 
tist Missionary Union, 92-95; Pres. General 
Convention Baptists of North America, 05-10; 
Assoc. Founder of the Upsilon. Author "Sys- 
tematic Theology;" "Philosophy and Re- 
ligion;" "The Great Poets and Their Theolo- 
gy;" "Union With Christ." Father of John 
.Augustus Strong, LTpsilon 84 and John Henry 
Strong. Upsilon 89. 
Clergyman and Educator. 
(17 Sibley PL, Rochester, N. Y.) 

Manning Case Wells 

Initiated by the Gamma 

Ephraim Morgan Wood H t S" 

A. B. 1857. Scroll and Key; Alpha Sigma Phi; 
Delta Kappa. Prizes in Latin and Mathema- 
tics. Pres. Board of Education; City Council; 
Board Police Commissioners and Dayton Club; 
Trustee Kenyon Coll. Member Dayton, Dayton 
Country, Saturday and Yale Clubs. 
Banker (retired). 
102 W. 2d St., Dayton, Ohio. 

George Morris Woodruff 



?U' 



A. B. 1857; A. M. 1860. Treas. Litchfield, 
Conn., 60-88; Town Clerk, 65-68; Justice of the 
Peace, 60-88; Member Conn. Legislature, 63, 
65. and 72. Commissioner for Conn, to the 
Universal Exposition, Hamburg, 63; Member 
State Board of Education, 65-67; Judge of 
tiie Probate, 68-88; State Commissioner of 
Railroads, 74-97; Member Litchfield County 



88 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1857-58 



University Club; Archaeological Inst, of Amer- 
ica; Am. Bar and State Bar Assns.; Connecticut 
Historical Soc. ; Am. Historical and Connecticut 
Civil Service Reform Assns. Father of George 
Catlin Woodruff, Gamma 85 and James Parsons 
Woodruff, Gamma 91. 
Lawyer. 
Litchfield, Conn. 

1858 



Thatcher Magoun Adams 

Initiated by the Delta 

Walter Scott Alexander* a t v' 

A. B. and A. M. 1861; B. D. 1861 Andover 
Theol. Sem.; S. T. D. 1880 Beloit Coll. 2d 
Declamation Prize of Brothers in Unity, 54. 
Pastor, Pomfret, Conn., 61-66; Racine, Wis., 
66-72; Missionary Am. Board of Commissioners 
for Foreign Missions, Florence, Italy, 72-74; 
Acting Pastor, Pomfret, Conn., 74-75; Pastor 
Central Church, New Orleans, La., 75-84; Act- 
ing Pastor in Hyde Park; Rollstone Church, 
Fitchburg; North Ave. Church, Cambridge, 
84-86; Pastor of the latter, 86-88; Prof, of 
Theology in Straight Univ., New Orleans, 76- 
17 \ Pres. 77-84; Sec. New Orleans Acad, of 
Science. 
Clergyman. d. 1900 



William Pltimb Bacon 



(T Cp O 



Claude Gibson* 



S — A' 



A. B. 1858; A. M. 1861. Kappa Sigma Epsilon; 
Kappa Sigma Theta. Commodore Yale Navy, 
58. Adjutant 5th Cavalry Regiment N. Y. Vols., 
61-62; Major, 62-64; Lieut. -Colonel, 64; Member 
Executive Committee Yale Alumni Assn. of 
N. Y., 73-74; Member Conn. Soc. of the Cin- 
cinnati'; New York ]\Iilitary Order of Loyal 
Legion; Long Island Historical; New York 
Genealogical and Connecticut Historical Socs. 
Brother of Wilbur Russell Bacon, Beta 65. 
IManufacturer (retired). 
50 Lexington St., New Britain, Conn. 



Edward Foster Blake* 



H(pM' 



A. B. 1858; A. M. 1861. Skull and Bones. 
3d English Composition Prize, 56; Editor Yale 
Literary Maga::ine, 57-58. Adjutant 5th Inf. 
Regiment of Conn. Vols., 61-62; Major, 62. 
Brother of James Pierrepont Blake, Beta 62. 

d. 1862 



George Mills Boynton* 



?PN' 



A. B. 1858; B. D. 1863 Union Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1888 Middlebury. Phi Beta Kappa. Com- 
mencement Orator. Pastor, Riverdale, N. Y., 
63-67; Guilford, Conn., 67-72; Belleville Ave. 
Church, Newark, N. J., 72-80; Central Church. 
Jamaica Plain. Boston, Mass., 80-08. Father of 
Henry Wolcott Boynton, Gamma 91. 
Clergyman. d. 1908 

Addison Lewis Clarke* a [x v' 

A. B. 1858; A. M. 1866. U. S. Vice-Consul at 

Foo Chow, 63-65; Consul, 65. 

Merchant. d. 1888 

George Elliot Dunham* c, v \}f 

Skull and Bones. 3d Prize English Composi- 
tion, 57. 

d. 1858 

Martin Smyser Eichelberger* y] x M' 

A. B. 1858. Skull and Bones. 2d Prize English 
Composition, 56; Vice-Pres. Linonia, 57; Town- 
send Premium, 58. 
Farmer. d. 1893 



1st Lieut. 1st La. (Confederate) Heavy 

Artillery, 61; Capt. Miles Battery, 61-62. 

Inspr. of Batteries at Vicksburg under Gen- 
eral Smith, 62. 

Planter. d. 1863 



Sheldon Goodwin* 



A. B. 1858. 
Manufacturer. 



d. 1881 

Y]XN' 



Moses Merritt Greenwood 

A. B. 1858. Kappa Sigma Epsilon. 

Real Estate (retired). 

456 N. Newstead Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Robert Chandler Haskell* H y N' 

A. B. 1858; A. M. 1861. Skull and Bones. 
Berkleian Latin Premium, 57; Berkeley Scholar 
in Yale, 58-59; Prof. Mathematics Oahu Coll., 
Honolulu, H. I., 59-60. 
Manufacturer. d. 1897 



Arthur Nelson Hollister* 



Sav' 



A. B. 1858; A. M. 1861. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Skull and Bones. Berkleian Latin Premiums, 
55 and 57; Teacher, New Haven, 60-61; Princi- 
pal Grammar School, Hartford, 61-65; Instr. 
English and Classical Depts., 68-69; Teacher, 
Hartford, 72-73 and 78-83. 
Educator. d. 1897 

Chauncey Seymour Kellogg* H tx [a' 

A. B. 1858. Scroll and Key. Editor Yale 
Literary Magazine, 57-58. 2d Declamation 
Prize, 56; 1st Prize Linonia Debate, 57; De 
Forest Medal, 58. 5th Sergeant (Confederate) 
Rifle Co. from Wilkinson County, Miss., 61- 
62; 3d Lieut. 16th (Confederate) Inf. Regi- 
ment Miss. Vols., 62. Author Yale Song 
"Biennial Jubilee Song." 
Planter. d. 1914 



John Edwin Kimball* 



?Dix' 



A. B. 1858; A. M. 1861. Skull and Bones. 2d 
and 3d Prizes English Composition and 1st 
Declamation Prize, 56; Pres. Linonia and 
Senior Orator at Statement of Facts, 57; 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 57-58. Princi- 
pal High School, Oxford, Mass., 58-59; Ogden 
School, Chicago, 111., 61-62; Washington 
School, St. Louis, Mo., 62-66; St. Louis 
Higli School, 66-71; 2d High School and Frank- 
lin Grammar School, 71-79; Polytechnic Branch 
High School, 79-80; Supt. of Schools, Hartford, 
Conn., 80-81; Newton, Mass., 81-84; Oxford, 
84-02; Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, 
Oxford; Sec. Scliool Committee and Committee 
on the Public Library. Member Philosophical 
Soc. of Great Britain. 
Educator. d. 1916 

George Boardman MacLellan* a S v' 

A. B. 1858; A. M. 1866; Phi Beta Kappa; Skull 
and Bones. 3d Mathematical Prize, 55; 1st, 56; 
Berkleian Latin Premiums, 55 and 57; Hurlbut 
Scholar in Yale Coll., 55-56; two 1st Prizes 
in English Composition and 3d Declamation 
Prize, 56; 2d Prize in Latin Examination and 
2d Prize Linonia Debate. 57; Clark Astronomi- 
cal Prize, 58; Salutatorian. Teacher Craw- 
fordsville. Miss., 58-62; Private Co. E, Wirt 
Adams' (Confederate) Cavalry Regiment, 62; 
Corporal, 62; Sergeant, 62; Sergeant-Major, 
63-64; detached as Asst. Engineer, 64-65; 
Teacher near Choctaw Agency, Oktibbeha 



1858-59] 



BETA CHAPTER 



89 



County. Miss., 65-67; Columbus, 67-68; 
Rappahannock. Fauquier County, Va., 69-72; 
Warrenton, 72-73; Second Asst. High School, 
St. Louis. ]Mo., 73-78; Principal Fla. Military 
Acad., Jacksonville, 78-83; Pres. South Georgia 
ISIale and Female Coll., Dawson, Ga., 85-86. 
Educator. d. 1897 



Arthur ]\Iathewson 



^^V-' 



A. B. 1858; A. M. 1865; M. D. 1861 Univ. City 
of New York; Phi Beta Kappa; Kappa Sigma 
Epsilon. Graduation Oration. 1st place in Com- 
petitive Examination for Medical Corps in the 
U. S. Navy, 61; Surg. U. S. Navy, 61-65; 
Senior Surg. Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hosp., 68- 
04; Prof, of Otology Long Island Coll. Hosp.; 
Vice-Pres. and Pres. Am. Otological See, 90- 
95; Pres. Ophthalmological Soc, 00. Mem- 
ber Cosmos, Hamilton and Rembrandt (Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.) Clubs. 
Phvsician (retired). 
1755 N St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 



\\'illiam Dare Morgan* 



A. B. 1858; A. M. 1861. Scroll and Key. Sec. 
and Treas. Seamen's Cemetery Assn., 71; 
Pilot and Harbor Commissioner, 80; Governor 
New York Hosp., 82; Treas. 85; Dir. 
Maritime Assn., Port of New York, 84; 
Chairman of Committee on Complaints, New 
York Produce Exchange, 85; Vice-Pres., 86. 
Brother of Charles Leslie Morgan, Beta 67. 
Merchant. d. 1887 



Walter Stanley Pitkin* 



H!;M' 



A. B. 1858. Orator for Linonia at Statement 
of Facts. 57; Berkleian Latin Premium, 55; 2d 
Declamation Prize and 3d Prize English Com- 
position, 56; Townsend . Premium, 58; Com- 
mencement Orator. Member Conn. Legisla- 
ture, 64-65. 
Lawyer. d. 1903 



Isaac Riley* 



T]8v' 



A. B. 1858; B. D. 1861 Union Theol. Sem. 2d 
Prize English Composition and 2d Prize Poem, 
56. Actin? Pastor Forest Church, Middletown, 
Del.. 61-64: Pottsville. Pa., 64-67; Newark, N. 
T., 67-68: 34th Street Dutch Church, New York, 
N. Y.. 68-75; Westminster Church, Buffalo, N. 
Y., 75-78; Sergeant 7th Inf. Regiment of Del. 
Vols., 64. Author "Reunion Song;" "Twenty 
Years;" "Vicennial Reunion;" "Dry Up;" 
"Parting Ode." ^Member of the Chi Alpha 
Litcrarv Soc. of New York. 
Clergyman. d. 1878 



Edward Seymour* 



Y]^N' 



EHsha Smith Thomas* 



Suv' 



A. B. 1858; A. M. 1861. 1st Declamation 
Prize: 2d and 3d English Composition Prizes 
■and 3d Bishop Prize in Linonia Debate. 56; 
Commencement Orator. Member Century Club. 
Publisher. d. 1877 

Frederick ^^'illiam Stevens S [i M.' 

A. B. 1858: LL. B. 1864 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Skull and Bones. Brother of Alexan- 
der Henry Stevens, Beta 54. 
Lawyer. 

Preston Irving Sweet* j v [x' 

A. B. 1858; A. M. 1861; LL. B. 1859 Albany 
Law School. Scroll and Key; 1st Declamation 
Prize. 56; Commencement Orator. 
Journali.st. d. 1879 



A. B. 1^8; A. M. 1861; D. D. 1887; B. D. 
1861 Berkeley Divinity School. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Scroll and Key. 3d English Composi- 
tion and 3d Declamation Prizes, 56. Instr. 
Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Baton Rouge, La., 59- 
60; Rector St. Paul's Chapel, New Haven, 61- 
64; St. Mark's Church, Minneapolis, 70-75; 
Sec. Soc. for the Increase of the Ministry, 75- 
76; Rector St. Paul's Church, St. Paul, 76- 
95; Asst. Bishop of Kans., 87; Sec. and Cor- 
respondent of the Bishop Seabury Mission; 
Member Standing Committee Diocese of Minn, 
and Pres. Deputy, General Conventions of the 
P. E. Church. 77-95; Trustee Bishop Seabury 
Mission; St. ^Mary's Hall, and Breck Mission 
and Farm School; Prof, of Biblical Exegesis 
and Hebrew, S'eabury Divinity School; P. E. 
Bishop of Kans. Brother of Nathaniel Phillips 
Smith Thomas, Beta 68 and Aaron Smith 
Thomas, Beta 69. 
Protestant Episcopal Bishop. d. 1895 



George W^illiam Trow* 

A. M. 1868 honoris causa. 
Printer. 



d. 1872 



Theodore Woolsey Twining* 

A. B. 1858; LL. B. 1862. Private 37th Inf. 

Regiment N. Y. Vols., 63. Acting Paymaster 
U. S. Navy. 63-64. 

Lawyer. d. 1864 



Addison VanName 



HoM' 



A. B. 1858; A. M. 1861. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. Berkleian Latin Premium 
and 1st Mathematical Prize, 55; Woolsey 
Scholar in Yale Coll., 55-58; Two IstPrizes in 
English Composition and 2d Declamation Prize, 
56; 2d Prize in Latin Examination and Berk- 
leian Latin Premium, 57; Valedictorian. 
Instr. in Hebrew Yale Theol. Sem., 62-66; 
Librarian Yale Univ., 65-05; Librarian Emeri- 
tus since 05. 
Educator (retired). 
121 High St., New Haven, Conn. 



Gideon Wells 



S t[x' 



A. B. 1858. Scroll and Key. Private Co. A, 
46th Inf. Regiment Mass., Vols., 62-63; 1st 
Lieut.. 63; Member City Council, 65-67; Register 
in Bankruptcy Dist. Court of the \J. S., 67-76; 
Judge Springfield Police Court, 76-88. 
Lawyer. d. 1898 

1859 



Felix Ansart 

Initiated by the Gamma 

Henry Martyn Boies* 



S [JL d 



A. B. 1859; A. M. 1872. Scroll and Key. 2d 
Declamation Prize, 57; Capt. Nautilus Boat Club, 
59. Postmaster of Tivoli, 61; School Dir. 
4th Dist., Scranton, 69-70; Trustee Oral School 
for Deaf and Dumb of Northeastern Pa.; Major 
.Scranton City Guards, 77; Colonel 13th Regi- 
ment of Pa. State Guard, 78-83; Delegate to 
National Republican Convention at Chicago, III., 
84; Member Board of Public Charities of Pa. 
and Committee upon Lunacy; Vice-Pres. Yale 
Alumni Assn. of Northeastern Pa. Member of 
the Historical Soc. of Pa. Uncle of Matthew 
Infills, Beta 00. 
Manufacturer. d. 1903 



90 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1859 



Ziba Nichols Bradbury* 



S tx-w 



A. B. 1859: B. D. 1862 Union Theol. Sem. 
Declamation Prize, 57. Pastor, Howard, N. Y., 
63-66 and 72-76; Pultney, 66-72 and 76-93. 
Clergyman. d. 1893 

Thomas Chahiiers Brainerd* t]^ A' 

A. B. 1859; M. D. 1861 Jefferson Med. Coll. 
Phi Beta Kappa. On the U. S. Coast Survey, 
59; Asst. Surg. U. S. Army with rank of 1st 
Lieut., 61-66; Brevet Major, 66. Member Am. 
and British Assns . for Advancement of 
Science. Uncle of Matthew Mills, Beta 00. 
Manufacturer. d. 1910 



Henry Brodhead 



Y L (I) 



A. B. 1859; LL. B. 1864 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones. Commencement Orator. Teacher, 
Montrose, Pa., 59-60. 
Lawyer. 



Edward Carrington* 



a S (j) 

A. B. 1859; LL. B. 1862 Columbia. 2d Bishop 
Prize in Linonia Debates. 56 and 57; two 1st 
English Composition Prizes and 1st Declamation 
Prize, 57; Berkleian Latin Premiums, 57 and 
59; 2d Prize in Linonia Debates, 59; Townsend 
Premium, 59; Commencement Orator. Teacher, 
New York, N. Y., 59-60; 2d Lieut. 143d 
Inf. Regiment of New York Vols., 62-63; 1st 
Lieut., 63; Aide on the staff of Major-Generals 
Wadsworth and Newton,, 63-65; Brevet Capt. 
(post obit), 65; Assoc. Judge Provost Court, Key 
West, Fla., 64. 
Lawyer. d. 1865 



Hasket Derby Catlin 



S Y w 



A. B. 1859; A. M. 1862; B. D. 1865. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Sigma Delta; Kappa Sigma Theta. 
Hurlbut Scholar at Yale. 56-57; Berkleian Latin 
Premiums, 57 and 59; Commencement Orator. 
Pastor. Neponset, Mass., 67-70; Brooklyn, N. Y., 
70-73; Northumberland, Pa., 73-77; New York 
N. Y., 77-79; Dublin, N. H., 81-85; Eastport, 
Maine, 85-88; Unitarian Church and Soc, 
Northumberland, Pa., since 10. Author, 
"Wooden Spoon Ode." Brother of Julius Cat. 
lin. Beta 53, Charles Tavlor Catlin, Beta 56 and 
Arnold Welles Catlin, Beta 62. 
Clergyman. 
King near 3d .St., Northumberland, Pa. 

Thomas Bradford Dwight* ? X Q' 

A. B. 1859. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 
Capt. and Aide on Staff of General Pleasanfon, 
61 and 62-63; Private in Landis' Battery, 63; 
Asst. Dist. Attv. of Philadelphia, 64-72; Judge of 
Orphans' Court of Philadelphia County, 74-77. 
Lawyer. d. 1878 



Samuel Dorr Faulkner* 



ri^A' 



A. B. 1859. Phi Beta Kappa. 3d Declamation 
Prize, 57; Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 58-59. 
Member County Board of Supervisors, 62-65; 
N. Y. Legislature, 65-66; County Judge and 
Surrogate Livingston County, 71-78. Brother 
of Henry Jackson Faulkner, Beta 70. 
Lawyer. d. 1878 



Charles Henry Foster* 



H £ a 



3d Bishop Prize in Linonia Debate, 56. Treas 
State of Fla.. 73-77; Colonel and Chief Com- 
missary of Subsistence for the Fla Militia, 
70-77. 
Horticulturist. 



Burton Norvell Harrison* a z w 

A. B. 1859. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
Two 2d Prizes in English Composition, 57; 1st 
Pres. of Linonia, 58; Editor Yale Literary Maga- 
sine, 58-59; Asst. to Prof, of Physics Univ. 
of Miss., 59-61; Official Private Sec. to Pres. 
Jefferson Davis, 62-65. Member Bar Assn. 
City of New York; Univ. and Century Clubs 
and Southern Soc. 
Lawyer. d. 1904 



John Haskell Hewitt 



ripA' 



A. B. 1859; B. D. 1863; A. M. 1867; A. M. 1888 
Williams Coll.; LL. D. 1895 Union Coll. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Wolf's Head; Kappa Sigma Epsi- 
Ion. Brothers in Unity. Commencement Orator; 
2d Prize Mathematics; 3d Clark Prize, Astron- 
omy; .Asst. Librarian, Olivet Coll., 63-65. Prof, 
of Latin and Literature, 65-75; Acting Pres. 
and Trustee, 72-75; Prof, of Latin and Greek 
Lake Forest Univ., 75-77; of Greek, 77-81; Act- 
ing Pres., 77-78 Garfield Prof, of Ancient Lang- 
auges, Williams Coll., 82; Acting Pres., 01-02; 
Lawrence Prof, of Greek and Literature, 03-09; 
Prof. Emeritus since 09; Member Managing 
Committee, Am. School in Rome; Executive 
Committee, School in Athens; Pres. New Eng- 
land Classical Assn., 08-09; Member Am. 
Philological Assn. and Archseelogical Inst, of 
America. 
Educator. 

Williams College; res. Whitman St., Williams- 
town, Mass. 



John Coffing Holley* 



? "^ 



O' 



A. B. 1859; A. M. 1862. Scroll and Key. 2d 
English Composition Prize, 57. 
Manufacturer. d. 1865 



Francis Henry Houston* H a a 

.Author Yale Song "Parting 
d. 1913 



A. B. 1859. 

Song." 

Journalist. 



James Ford Mann* 

Brother of Matthew Darbvshire 

67. 

Lawyer. 

John Cavarly Middleton* 



aaQ' 

Mann, Beta 
d. 1902 

S t (1) 

A. B. 1859; A. M. 1862 and 1868 Trinity Coll.; 
S. T. D. 1878 Hobart Coll. Scroll and Key. 1st 
Prize English Composition, 57. Asst. Rector 
Church of the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
60-63; Rector Calvarv Church, Stoning'ton, Conn., 
63-71; St. Mark's Church, New Britain, 71-74; St. 
Paul's Church, Glen Cove, Long Island, N. Y., 
74-88; Principal St. Paul's School, Glen Cove, 
74-78; Warden Cathedral School, Garden City, 
L. I., 77-78; One of the Incorporators of the 
Cathedral of the Incarnation, Ciarden City and 
jMcmber of the Corporation Cathedral Schools 
Committee and Diocesan Board of Christian 
Education. 
Clergyman. d. 1888 



Charles Ledyard Norton* 



a V a 

A. B. 1857. Special Clerk U. S. Custom House, 
61-62; Private 7th Regiment N. Y. State Guards, 
61; 1st Lieut. 25th Inf. Regiment Conn. Vols., 
62; Capt., 63; Capt. 29th Inf. Regimen,t Conn, 
(colored) Vols., 63; Organized full Regiment and 
promoted to he Colonel 4th Engineers. 19th 
Army Corps, 63; Colonel 78th U. S. (colored) 
Inf., 64-65. Joint author "Canoeing in 
Kanuckia" and "American Seaside Resorts." 
Author. d. 1902 



1859-60] 



BETA CHAPTER 



91 



Edward Henry Perkins* 



T) K a 



Brother of George Clap Perkins, Beta 61. 
Banker. d. 1876 



Eugene Schuyler* 



H6Q' 



A. B. 1859; Ph. D. 1861; LL. D. 1885; LL. B. 
1863 Columbia: LL. D. 1882 Williams Coll. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. Berkleian 
Latin Premium, 57; Philosophical Oration at 
Commencement; Clark Scholar in Yale Coll. 
59-61; Berkeley Scholar there. 59-62. U. S. 
Consul at Moscow, 68-69; Reval, 69-70; 6ec. of 
U. S. Legation at St. Petersburg, 70-76 and 
Charge d'Affaires; Sec. of U. S. Legation and 
U. S. Consul-General at Constantinople, 76-78; 
Sent by the U. S. Government to investigate 
the Massacre in Bulgaria; U. S. Consul at Bir- 
mingham, England, 78-79; U. S. Consul-General 
at Rome, Italy, 79-80; U. S. Charge d'Affaires 
at Bucharest, 80-82; U. S. Minister- Resident 
and Consul-General to Greece, Roumania and 
Servia, 82-84; Negotiated Treaties between the 
U. S. and Servia and Roumania; Lecturer on 
Diplomacy at Cornell and Johns Hopkins Univs., 
85. Author "Turkestan. Notes of a Journey in 
Russian Turkestan, Khokand, Bokhara and 
Knldja;" "Peter the Great" and "American 
Diplomacy and the Furtherance of Commerce." 
Member Imperial Russian Geographical Soc; 
Royal Geographical Soc. (London); Royal 
Asiatic Soc. (London); Societe Asiatique 
(Paris); Italian Geographical Soc. (Rome); 
Hellenic Soc. (London); Philological Syllogos 
(Constantinople); Evangelical School (Smyr- 
na): Economical Soc. (St. Petersburg); Am. 
Geographical Soc; Am. Historical Assn.; Am. 
EcoTiomic Assn. and Roumanian Acad. (Buch- 
arest). Son of George W'ashington Schuyler, 
Delta Z7. 
Author. d. 1890 



> Eugene Smith 



2 9 o 



A. B. 1859; LL. B. 1861 Albany Law School. 
Phi Beta Kappa: Skull and Bones; Linonia; 
Delta Kappa. 2d Mathematical Prize, 56; 2d 
Prize English Composition, 57; Berkleian Latin 
Premium, 59; Valedictorian. Pres. of Prison 
Assn. of New York. Author "Criminal Law 
in the United States." Member New York 
City Bar Assn.; University, Century and Litch- 
field County University Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

30 Pine St.; res. 39 W. 68th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Joseph Hopkins Twichell 



ADA' 



A. B. 1859; A. M. 1886; D. D. 1913; B. D 
1865 Andover: LL. D. 1912 Trinity. Scrol 
and Key. Member \\'oodcn Spoon v^ommittee 
58; Crew, 59; 2d and 3d Prizes English Com 
position and 2d Declamation Prize, 57; Town 
send Premium, 59. Chaplain 71st New York 
Vols., 61-64; Pastor Asylum Hill Church, Hart 
ford, 65-15; Fellow Yale, 74; Vice-Pres. Yale 
Alumni Assn. of Hartford. Author "Life o 
John \\'inthrop" and "Some Old Puritan Love 
Letters." 

Clcrgvman (retired). 
(125 Woodland St., Hartford, Conn.) 



HxA' 

d. 1867 

^/Da' 

A. B. 1859; LL. B. 1860 Albany Law School. 
Scroll and Key. Commencement Orator. Or- 
ganized Co. A, 143d Inf. Regiment of New 
York Vols., 62; Capt., 62; Major, 62-63; Lieut.- 



George FrankHn Vose* 

A. B. 1859. 
Manufacturer. 

Hezekiah Watkins* 



Colonel, 63-64; Brevet-Colonel, 64-65; U. S. 
Government Inspr. of Railroads, 83-84. 
Lawyer.* d. 1884 



Roger Shemian White 



(J U 6) 



A. B. 1859; A. M. 1862; LL. B. 1862. Skull 
and Bones. Brother of Henry Dyer White, 
Beta 51, Charles Atwood White, Beta 54, 
Thomas Howell White, Beta 60, Oliver Sher- 
man White, Beta 64 and George Edward White, 
Beta 66. 
Lawyer. 

(69 Church St.; res. 87 Trumbull St., Hart- 
ford, Conn.) 

d. 1915 



Edwin Henry Yundt* 



A. B. 1859. 
Lawyer. 



1860 



Linus Blakesley 

Initiated by the Gamma 

Charles Alfred Boies* 



S(tB' 

A. B. 1860. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
2d English Composition Prize, 58. Teacher, 
Roxbury, Mass., 62. Author Psi Upsilon Song 
"Brothers, The Day is Ended." Brother of 
Ethan Ely Boies, Gamma 51. 

d. 1863 



Edward Boltwood* 



Y]9f 



A. B. 1860. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 

3d Declamation Prize, 58; Commencement 

Orator. Judge of Probate for Ottawa Country, 

Mich. 

Lawyer. d. 1878 



Thaddeus Howe Brown* 



alW 



A. B. 1860; B. D. 1864 Andover Theol. Sem. 
Pastor North Woodstock, Conn., 66-68. Mem- 
ber Am. Board of Commissioners for Foreign 
Missions. 
Clergyman. d. 1868 



Joseph Clay* 

A. B. I860. 
Planter. 

Robert Stewart Davis* 



c 9 ^' 

d. 1914 

A. B. 1860. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
1st Prize in Brothers Debate, 57 and 58; 2d 
Mathematical Prize, 57; 1st Prizes in English 
Composition and Declamation, 58; Vice-Pres. 
Brothers in Unity, 59; Pres., 60; Editor Yale 
Literary Magazine, 59-60; Commencement Ora- 
tor. Author "As it May Happen." 
Journalist. d. 1911 



Francis Delafield* 



7] ttj;' 



A. B.. 1860; LL. D. 1890: M. D. 1863 Columbia; 
LL. D. 1904. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 
Adjunct Prof, of Pathology and the Practice 
of Medicine, Coll. of Psysicians and Surgeons, 
77-83: Prof., 83-88. Author "Studies in 
Pathological Anatomy" and "Hand-book of 
Pathological Anatomy." 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1915 



Charles Cleveland Dodge* 



(7 V P' 



A. M. 1872 honoris causa. Colonel of 1st New 
York Mounted Rifles, 62; Brigadier General of 
Cavalry, 63. Brother of David Stuart Dodge, 
Beta 57. 
Merchant. d. 1910 



92 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1860 



D[aniel] Cady Eaton* 



C7 0B' 



A. B. 1860; A. M. 1863. Phi Beta Kappa; 
'Scroll and Key. 2d Prize in Linonia Debate, 
59; Commencement Orator. Private Co. H, 7th 
Regiment N. G. N. Y., 61-64; Gazetted Colonel, 
64; Prof, of History of Art in Yale Coll., 69- 
76. Member Conn. Acad, of Arts and 
Sciences; Archaeological Inst, of North Amer- 
ica; Am. Geographical Soc; New York Bar 
Assn.; Union and University Clubs, New York. 
Author of ''Hand Book of Greek and Roman 
Sculpture." 
Lawyer. d. 1912 



Henry Clay Eno* 



H^f 



A. B. 1860; A. M. 1863; M. D. 1864 Columbia. 
Resident Phys. Bellevue Hosp., 64-66. Brother 
of John Chester Eno, Beta 69 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1914 



William Fowler* 



Uy.^' 



A. B. 1860; LL. B. 1861 Albany Law School. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 2d Prize 
English Composition, 58; Editor Yale Liter- 
ary Magazine, 59-60; Commencement Orator. 
1st Lieut. 173d Inf. Regiment of New York 
Vols., 62-63; Capt. 146th Regiment of the same, 
63; Brevet Major and Asst. Adjutant General 
on the Staff of General Charles Griffin, 64-65; 
Capt. U. S. Army, 65; Aide on Staff of Gen- 
eral Howard and in charge Land and Claim 
Division of the Freedmen's Bureau, 65-68. 
65-68. 
Lawyer. d. 1874 



Henry Eugene Hawley* 



•0 t(};' 



A. B. 1860. Scroll and Key. 2d Declama- 
tion Prize, 58. 
Merchant. d. 1899 



Daniel Hebard'' 



?Y 



B' 



A. B. 1860. Skull and Bones. Librarian 
Brothers in Unity, 59-60. Instr. Asylum for 
Deaf and Dumb, Columbus, Ohio, 62; Private 
Columbus Home Guard, 61; Capt. and Asst. 
Adjutant General on Staff of General Gor- 
man, 61-62. 
Educator. d. 1862 



Thomas Gordon Hunt* 



crt|;¥' 



A. B. 1860. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 
Merchant. d. 1891 



SX^' 



William Henry Hurlbut* 

A. B. I860: A. M. 1863. Phi Beta Kappa; 

Scroll and Key. 

Merchant. d. 1905 



Samuel Jessup* 



A. M. 1863; D. D. 1891 Princeton. 
Clergyman and Missionary. 



d. 1913 



Henry Larned Johnson* y] S <];' 

A. B. I860. Scroll and Key. 1st Mathematical 
Prize, 57; 1st English Composition Prize, 58; 
Pres. Yale Navy, 59-60. 1st Lieut, and Com- 
missary in the 5th Inf. Regiment of Conn. 
Vols., 61-62; Aide on Staff of General 
Ferry, 62-63; Capt. and Asst. Adjutant General, 
63 ; Staff Officer to Generals Birney and Terry, 
63-65. 
Banker. ■ d. 1907 



Luther Maynard Jones 



0A' 



A. B. 1860; A. M. 1868; LL. B. 1865 Columbia. 
1st Prize Freshman Debate Brothers in Unity; 
1st Berkleian Latin Premium, 57; Yale Literary 
Magazine, Essay Medal, 57; 1st Prize English 
Composition, 58; Editor University Quarterly, 
59-60; De Forest Medal. 60. Sec. Am. Geo- 
graphical and Statistical Soc, New York, 60-61; 
Sec. Yale Alumni Assn. of New York, 68-71. 



Othniel Charles Marsh 



Y) X ^' 



A. B. 1860; A. M. 1863; Ph. D. 1886 Heidelberg 
Univ.; LL. D. 1886 Harvard. Phi Beta Kappa. 
1st Berkleian Latin Premium, 59; Berkeley 
Scholar in Yale, 60-61. Prof, of Paleontology and 
Curator Peabody Geological Museum of Yale, 
66-88; Dir. Rocky Mountain Exploring Expedi- 
tion, 70; Pres. National Acad, of Sciences 
and Am. Assn. for Advancement of Science; 
U. S. Paleontologist. Member Am. Philosophi- 
cal Soc, Royal Irish Acad., French Acad, 
of Science, K. Bayer Acad. Wis. and Acad. 
Royal Denmark and Belgium. Author "The 
Gold of Nova Scotia;" "Saurian Vertebrae 
from Nova Scotia;" "Remains of an Enaliosau- 
rian;" "Mineral Localities Nova Scotia, New 
Brunswick and New Foundland;" "Science of 
the International Exhibition;" "A New Fossil 
Annelid;" "An Ancient Sepulchral Mound;" 
"Mastodon Remains at Cohoes;" "New Genus of 
Fossil Sponges;" "The Mineralogy of Nova 
Scotia;"' "The Palceotrochis from North Caro- 
lina;" "Metamorphosis of Siredon into Ambly- 
stoma;" "Diminutive Species of Fossil Horse;" 
"New Reptiles from the Cretaceous of Brazil;" 
"New Mosasauroid Reptiles from New Jersey;" 
"New Species of Protichnites;" "Fossil Serpent 
from New Jersey;" "Fossil Birds from the Cre- 
taceous and Tertiary of the United States;" 
"New Species of Gavial from the Eocene of 
New Jersey;" "Discovery of the Mauvaises 
Terres Formation in Colorado;" "Origin of the 
So-Called Lignilites, or Epsomites;" "Preserva- 
tion of Color in Fossils" and "New Tertiary 
and Cretaceous Fishes." 
Educator. d.l899. 



Edward Gay Mason* 



Sx^' 



A. B. 1860: A. M. 1863; LL. D. 1895 Knox Coll. 
Phi Beta Kappa: Scroll and Key. 1st Prize 
English Composition, 58; 1st Prize Senior 
Linonia Debates; Editor University Quarterly, 
59-60; Townsend Premium, 60; Commencement 
Orator. Author "Illinois in the Eighteenth Cen- 
tury." Member Chicago Natural History, 
Prince and Am. Historical Socs. and National 
Bar Assn. Father of Henry Eager Mason, Beta 
89 and brother of Henry Burrall Mason, 
Beta 70 and Alfred Bishop Mason, Beta 71. 
Lawyer. d. 1898. 



Alfred Conrad Palfrey* 



?£r 



A. B. 1860. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Kev. 
Private Charleston Light Dragoons (afterwards 
Co. K, 4th S. C. (Confederate) Cavalry), 61- 
63; Sec. Sugar Shed Assn., 76-79. 
Merchant. d. 1879. 

ADB 



William Walter Phelps* 



A. B. 1860; LL. B. 1863 Columbia and LL. D. 
1890: LL. D. 1889 Rutgers. Skull" and Bones. 
Berkleian Latin Premium, 57; 1st Prize 
Brothers in Unity Debate, 57; 2d Prize. 60: 
1st English Composition Prize. 59; Townsend 
Premium, 60; Pres. Brothers in Unity, 59-60; 
Philosophical Oration (2d in the class): Vale- 
dictorian at Law Commencement; Fellow of 
Vale Coll.. 72-92. Member U. S. House of 
Representatives. 73-75 and 83-88: U. S. Minis- 
ter Plenipotentiary Austria and Germany; 
Delegate at Large for N. J. Republican Na- 



1860-61] 



BETA CHAPTER 



93 



tional Convention, 80 and 84; Regent Smith- 
sonian Inst., 83-88; Member Executive Com- 
mittee Yale Alumni Assn. of New York, 68-73; 
Vice-Pres., 73-74 and 77-78; Trustee of Bellevue 
Hosp. Med. Coll. Father of John Jay Phelps, 
Beta 83. 
Lawyer. d. 1894 



Isaac Joseph Post* 



HiJ^l^' 



A. B. 1860; A. M. 1866. Private Co. A, iSlst 
Inf. Regiment of Pa. Vols., 62; Post Adjutant 
at Harrisburg. Pa., 62; Promoted to Quartermas- 
ter 171st Regiment of the same, 62; Mustered 
out with the Regiment, 63; Quartermaster Key- 
stone Brigade, 63; Under Solicitor U. S. Treas- 
ury, Washington, D. C, 63-66. 
Lawyer. d. 1885 



Charles Herbert Richards 

Initiated by the Gamma 

John Frank Seeley* 



Zl^' 



A. B. 1860; LL. B. 1862 Cincinnati Law School. 
Skull and Bones. Pres. Linonia. Brother of 
William Wallace Seeley, Beta 62. 
Lawyer. d. 1865 



WilHam Thayer Smith* 



riq^' 



A. B 1860; A. M. 1874; M. D. 1878 Dartmouth, 
and LL. D. 1897. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and 
Bones. 1st Declamation Prize, 58. Dean and 
Assoc. Prof, of Anatomy and Physiology Dart- 
mouth Coll. Author "Elementary Physiology 
and Hygiene" and "Primer of Physiology." 
Member Northern Acad, of Arts and Sciences; 
New Hampshire State Med. Assn. and Am. 
Acad, of Medicine. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1909 



Thomas Howell White 



SvtJ^' 



A. B. 1860: M. D. 1862. Commencement 
Orator. Resident .Surg. New York Hosp., 63-66. 
Brother of Henry Dyer White, Beta 51, Charles 
Atwood White, Beta 54, Roger Sherman White, 
Beta 59, Oliver Sherman White, Beta 64 and 
George Edward W'hite, Beta 66. 
Physician (retired). 
(253 Park Ave., Yonkers. N. Y.) 



Mason Young* 



A. B. 1860; A. M. 1863. Phi Beta Kappa: Scroll 
and Key. Berkleian Latin Premium, 59; Com- 
mencement Orator. Fellow of Yale, 73-84; 
Member Executive Committee Yale Alumni 
Assn. of New York, 77-78; Pres. Yale Field 
Corporation, 83-88. 
Lawyer. d. 1906 

1861 
Ebenezer Andrews* a tc F' 

A. B. 1861; A. M. 1864. 

Lawyer. d. 1896 

Charles Winterfield Baldwin 0) C X' 

A. B. 1861; A. M. 1864; D. D. 1898 St. John's 
Coll. Linonia (Pres.). Pastor Severn Circuit 
(Md.), 66-68; Washington (D. C), 68-70; 
Westminster (Md.), 70-72; Baltimore, 72-76; 
Patapsco, 76-79; Baltimore, 79-82; Cumber- 
land. 82-85; Washington (D. C), 85-91; 
Corporation Women's (loll., 85-88; Dir. Moun- 
tain Lake Assn., 83-88; Pres. Board of 
Trustees Anne Arundel Acad, since 00; Trustee 
Goucher Coll., since 84; Am. Univ., since 96; 
Sec. Board of Trustees, since 91; Vice-Pres. 
Board of Trustees Morgan Coll.; Delegate 
Methodist Ecumenical Conference (London, 



England), 01; Presiding Elder West Baltimore 
Dist., 97-03; Corresponding Sec. Baltimore City 
Missionaii-y and Church Extension Soc, 03-16; 
Supply, Homestead Church, since 16. 
Clergyman (retired). 
226 Lafayette Ave. W., Baltimore, Md. 



Simeon Eben Baldwin 



Htl^Y' 



A. B. 1861; A. M. 1864; LL. D. 1916; LL. D. 
1891 Harvard; LL. D. 1911 Columbia; LL. D. 
1912 Wesleyan. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and 
Bones. Berkleian Latin Premium and two 1st 
Prizes in English Composition, 59; 1st Prize in 
Brothers in Unity Debate, 59; Editor Univer- 
sity Quarterly Magazine, 59-61; Townsend 
Premium, 61; Salutatorian. Member Com- 
mon Council, New Haven, 67; Alderman, 74; 
Park Commissioner, 80-88; Prof. Constitu- 
tional Law and Law of Contracts and Wills, 
Yale, since 72; State Commissioner for Revising 
the Statutes as to Education, 73; on Revision of 
the General Statutes of 75; on the Code of 
Civil Procedure, 79-80 and State Taxation, 86; 
Assoc. Justice, 93-07 and Dir. Bureau of Com- 
parative Law of Am. Bar Assn., since 07; Chief 
Justice Conn., 07-10; Governor of Conn., 11-13 
and 13-lS; Chairman Special Tax Commission, 
15-17; Pres. Am. Bar Assn., 90; Am. Social 
Science Assn., 97; International Law Assn., 
99-01; Am. Historical Assn., OS; Am. Political 
Science Assn., 10; Assn. of Am. Law Schools, 
Conn. Acad. Arts and Sciences and Conn. Soc. 
of Am. Inst, of Archaeology, 05-15. Author 
"American Railroad Law; "The American Ju- 
diciary;" "Modern Political Institutions. Mem- 
ber Psi Upsilon Club (New York); Am. Philo- 
sophical, Am. Antiquarian and Mass. Historical 
Socs.; Fellow Am. Acad. Arts and Sciences and 
Am. Assn. for Advancement of Science. 
Brother of Edward Lee Baldwin, Beta 42 and 
Roger Sherman Baldwin, Jr., Beta 47. 
Lawyer and Educator. 

69 Church St.; res. 44 Wall St., New Haven, 
Conn. 

Samuel Arthur Bent* fi-^X' 

A. B. 1861; A. M. 1864; LL. B. 1865 Harvard. 
Scroll and Key. Memljer School Committee, 
68-70; Supt. of Schools, at Nashua, N. H., 78- 
83; Clinton, Mass., 83-86; Boston, 86-88; Sec. 
Yale Alumni Assn. of Boston, 70. Author 
"Hints on Language." Brother of Joseph Ap- 
pleton Bent, Beta 65. 
Educator. d. 1912 



James Harry Brent 



SBx' 



?^r' 



A. B. 1861. 
Lawyer. 
(Paris, Ky.) 

Milton Bulkley* 

A. B. 1861. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 
Merchant. d. 1872 

Robert Linton Chamberlain* r^v-^' 

A. B. 1861; A. M. 1864; LL. B. 1862 Ohio State 
and Union Law Coll. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones; 2d and 3d Prizes in English 
Composition, 59; Editor University Quarterly 
Maciacine, 59-61. 
Lawyer. d. 1888 

Albert Henry Childs 

A. B. 1861. Scroll and Key; Delta Kappa; Al- 
pha Sigma Phi. Member Duqucsne (Pitts- 
burgh), Golf and University (New York) 
Clubs. 

Mcrcliant (retired). 

1321 Park Bldg.; res. 447 Amberson Ave., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



apX' 



94 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1861 



Peter Collier^! 



HyiX' 



A. B. 1861; A. M. 1864; Ph. D. 1866; M. D. 
1870 Univ. of Vt. 2d English Composition 
Prize, 58; Pres. Univ. Ball Club; Commence- 
ment Orator. Asst. in Sheffield Scientific 
School, New Haven, 61-67; Prof, of Chemistry, 
Mineralogy and Metallurgy, Univ. of Vt., 67- 
11; Dean Med. Faculty of the same, 71-77; 
Chemist U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, 77-83; 
Analytical and Agricultural Chemist, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 83-96; U. S. Scientific Com- 
missioner to the International Exposition at 
Vienna, 11. Author "Sorghum." 
Chemist. d. 1896 

1 

Franklin Bowditch Dexter ? 7 y' 

A. B. 1861; A. M. 1864; Litt. D. 1902. Scroll 
and Key. 1st English Composition Prize; 3d 
Declamation Prize; Commencement Orator. 
Instr. in Greek, Collegiate and Commercial 
Inst., New Haven, Conn., 61-63; Asst. Libra- 
rian Yale. 63-64, 67-12; Emeritus since 12; 
Tutor, 64-67; Earned Prof, of Am. History, 
77-88; Registrar, 69-92; Sec. of Yale Corpora- 
tion, 69-99. Author "Biographical Sketches of 
Graduates of Yale College with Annals of The 
College History" and "Sketch of the History of 
Yale Univ." 
Educator and Librarian. 
178 Prospect St., New Haven, Conn. 



William Couch Egleston 



A. B. 1861; A. M. 1864. 1st Lieut. 43d Inf. 

Regiment of N. Y. Vols., 61. 

Banker. d. 1907 



William Henry Fuller 



A. B. 1861; LL. B. 1863 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones. 3d Prize English Composition, 59. 
Editor Yale Literary Magasine, 60-61. 
Manufacturer. ■ d. 1902 



Walter Hanford 



H^X' 



A. B. 1861; A. M. 1864. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Scroll and Key. Commencement Orator. 
Insurance. 



James Lanman Harmar* 



cpBy' 



A. B. 1861; A. M. 1864. Scroll and Key. 2d 
Mathematical Prize, 58; Hurlbut Scholar in 
Yale, 58-59; 1st and 2d Prizes in English Com- 
position, 59; 2d Prize in Brothers' Sophomore 
Debate; 1st Prize Senior Debate; Townsend 
Pf-emium, 61; Commencement Orator 
Lawyer. d. 1880 

Anthony Higgins* 2 | X' 

A. B. 1861. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
3d English Composition Prize and 1st Declama- 
tion Prize, 59; Pres. Linonia, 60-61; Commence- 
ment Orator. U. S. Atty. for the Dist. of Del., 
69-76. 
Lawyer. d. 1912 

A. B. 1861. Scroll and Key. Brother of Tames 

King Hill, Beta 54. 

Lawyer. d. 1873 



Charles Borland Hill* 



[Henry] Brayton Ives* 



S^f 



A. B. 1861. Treas. Yale Navy, 58-59. Ad- 
jutant 5th Inf. Regiment of Conn. Vols., 61; 
Asst. -Adjutant General Staff of Brigadier 
General O. S. Ferry, 62-63; Lieut. Colonel 5th 
Inf. Regiment Conn Vols., 63; Major 1st Cav- 
alry Regiment Conn. Vols., 64; Lieut. Colonel, 



64; Colonel, 65; Brevet Brigadier General, com- 
missioned March, 65; Member Executive Com- 
mittee Yale Alumni Assn of New York, 75-77. 
Member Grolier Club (Vice-Pres. 85-86). 
Banker. d. 1914 



William Martin Johnson* 



A. B. 1861. Scroll and Key. Brother of Henry 

Meyer Johnson, Beta 11 . 

Sugar Refiner. d. 1879 

Samuel Hinckley Lyman* S F X' 

A. B. 1861. 

Lawyer. d. 1910 

John Ellis Marshall* S a X' 

A. B. 1861. Scroll and Key. 2d Lieut. 11th 
Inf. Regiment of N. Y. Vols., and Aide to 
Brigadier General W. F. Barry, 61-62; 1st 
Lieut., 2d Artillery Regiment of the same, 62- 
63; Adjutant General of Artillery under 
General VV. T. Sherman, 64-65; Brevet Major 
and Lieut. -Colonel. 
Manufacturer. d. 1900 

John Hanson Mitchell* cr G F 

A. B. 1861; A. M. 1864. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Trustee Charlotte Hall School, 70-88; Public 

School Commissioner for Charles County, Md., 

72-73. 

Lawyer. d. 1901 



William Edwards Park* 



BA(|;' 



A. B. 1861; B. D. 1867 Andover Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1888 Marietta Coll. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. 1st Berkleian Latin Prem- 
ium, 57; 1st Prize Linonia Debates, 57; 1st 
English Composition Prize, 60; De Forest 
Medal, 61; Commencement Orator. Teacher 
Colored School, St. Helena Island, S. C, 
62;' Pastor Central Church, Lawrence, Mass., 
67-75; Gloversyille, N. Y., 75-02. Member 
Christian Comrnission in Tenn., 64. 
Clergyman. d. 1910 



George Clap Perkins* 



H^f 



A. B. 1861; A. M. 1865. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Brother of Edward 
Henry Perkins, Beta 59. 
Manufacturer. d. 1875 



Alexander Porter Root* 



<^TX 



A. B. 1861. Skull and Bones. Lieut. Tex. 
(Confederate) Artillery, 63-64; Asst. Adjutant 
General on Staff of General Dayton, 64-65. 
Banker. d. 1908 



Sextus Shearer, Jr.* 



ff £ 



r' 



A. B. 1861. Skull and Bones. Two 3d Prizes 
in English Composition. 59; Editor Yale Liter- 
ary Magazine, 60-61; 1st Prize Linonia Senior 
Debate. 

d. 1869 



George Royal Sibley* 



Private Co. A, 12th Ga. Battalion of Inf., 
62-64; Member Richmond County Board of 
Education, 72-79 and 82-88; Pres. 74-79; Mem- 
ber Ga. Legislature, 78-80. 
Merchant. d. 1886 



John Reuben Webster* 



<pGy' 



A. B. 1861. Private Co. A, 19th Inf. Regiment 
of INIaine Vols., 62-63; Quartermaster's Dept. 
Headquarters, Army of the Potomac, 63-64; 
Asst. Quartermaster, 64-65. 
Manufacturer. d. 187 — 



1862] 



BETA CHAPTER 



95 



1862 



Frederic Adams 



Yj Y] S' 



I 



A. B. 1862; LL. D. 1899. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones; Kappa Sigma Epsilon. 1st 
and 2d Prizes, English Composition, 60; 2d 
Prize. Brothers in Unity Senior Debate; 
Commencement Orator. Judge of Court of 
Errors and Appeals of N. J., 97-03; Circuit 
Court Judge of N. J., 03-17. 
Lawyer. 

Court House, Newark; res. 473 Main St., 
Orange, N. J. 



[William Dexter Anderson* 



0$' 



A. B. 1862; A. M. and M. D. 1865. Scroll and 
Key. Pres. Beethoven Soc, 61-62. Member 
Board of Examining Surgeons for Pensions, 

76-83. 

I'hysician and Surgeon. d. 1901 



Heber Hamilton Beadle 



S9S' 



A. B. 1862. Pastor Second Presbyterian 

Church, Bridgeton, since 66. Brother of Albert 

Butler Beadle, Beta 81. 

Clergyman. 

105 N. Pearl St., Bridgeton, N. J. 



James Pierrepont Blake* 



rl^^' 



A. B. 1862. Editor University Quarterly Maga- 
zine. 59-61; 1st Prize Brothers m Unity Senior 
Debate. General Relief Agent Freedmen's Aid 
Soc, Beaufort, S. C, 64; Supt. Freedmen's 
Schools, I'^disto Islani, 64-()5. Brother ot Ed- 
ward Foster Blake, Beta 58. 
Lawyer. d. 1865 



Jacob Smith Bockee* 



Hj;?' 



A. B. 1862; A. M. 1865. Capt. Co. B, 114th 
Inf. Regiment N. Y. Vols., 62-65; Brevet 
Maior and Lieut. -Colonel, 64. 
Merchant. d. 1906 



James Plummer Brown* 



A. B. 1862; A. M. 1865; LL. B. 1864 Harvard. 
Scroll and Key. Harvard Law Prize Essay, 64. 
Brother of John Campbell Brown, Beta 65. 
Lawyer. d. 1910 



Buel Clinton Carter* 



Y]pS' 



A. B. 1862. Scroll and Key. 1st Lieut. Co. G, 
13th Inf. Regiment N. H. Vols., 62-63; Capt., 
63-64; .\sst. Quartermaster, 63 and 64-65; 
r>revet-]\Iajor, 64; Inspr. Freedmen's Bureau 
for the State of Va.. 65; Deputy Collector Inter- 
nal Revenue, 65; I5ank Commissioner N. II., 
72-74 and 81-86; Chairman of the Board; Solici- 
tor for Carroll County, 75-79. Member State 
Central Republican Committee and New Hamp- 
shire Historical Soc. 
Lawyer. d. 1886 



Arnold Welles Catlin 



?^?' 



A. B. 1862; A. M. 1865; M. D. 1865 Univ. of 
Pa. Sigma Delta. Consulting Phys. St. 
John's Hosp.; Attending Phys. Home for Aged 
and Home for Blind Church Charity Founda- 
tion. Brother of Julius Catlin, Jr., Beta 53. 
Charles Taylor Catlin, Beta 56 and Hasket 
Derby Catlin, Beta 59. 
Physician. 
207 Greene Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Daniel iienry Chamberlain* cr s $' 

A. B. 1862; LL. B. 1864 Harvard; LL. D. 1873 
Univ. of S. C. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and 
Bones. Isl Bishop Prize in Linouia Debate, 59- 
60; Berkleian Latin Premium, 59; Editor Uni- 
versity {Juaitcrly Mazagine, 59-01; 2d and 3d 
Prizes English Composition, 60; Yale Literary 
Essay Medal, 61; 1st Prize Linonia Senior De- 
bate; De Fortst Medal, 62; Conimrnctment 
Orator. 1st Lieut, and Adjutant 5th Cavalry 
Regiment (colored) Mass. Vols., 64-65; Mem- 
ber Constitutional Convention of S. C, under 
the Reconstruction Acts, 6/-68; Attv. -General 
State of S. C, 68-72; Governor S. C., 74-77; 
Orator Psi Upsilon Convention, 78; Prof, of 
Law School Cornell Univ., 87; Founder of Hugh 
Chamberlain Greek Prize, Yale Univ., 87. 
Lawyer. d. 1907 

Robert Fergusson Chapman* S y, <!>' 

A. B. 1862; A. M. 1865; M. D. 1865 Univ. of 
Md. Asst. on Staff Bellevue Hosp., 63-69. 

Physician and Surgeon. d. 1912 

Edward Benton Coe* 

•A. B. 1862; D. D. 1885; S. T. D. 1881 Rutgers 
and D. D. 1893. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and 
Bones. Berkleian Latin Premium, 59; 2d Prize 
Brothers Freshman Debate; 3d Prize Senior 
Debate; Editor University Quarterly Magazine, 
60-61; 2d Declamation Prize, 60; Commence- 
ment Orator. Street Prof, of Modern Lan- 
guages, Yale, 64-79; Pastor Collegiate Church, 
New York, N. Y., 79-88. 
Clergyman. d. 1914 

Ho A' 



Y) t 3' 



Melville Cox Day* 



A. B. 1867. Skull and Bones. 1st Prize 

Linonia Senior Debate; Commencement Orator. 

Sec. and Treas Yale .\lumni Assn. of St. Louis, 

66-73. 

Lawyer. d. 1913 



James Alfred Dunbar* 



Y]g8' 



A. B. 1862; A. M. 1865. Brother of [Josiah] 

Newell Dunbar. Beta 67. 

Lawyer. d. 1876 



Cornelius Ladd Kitchel 



0Ru 



A. B. 1862; A. M. 1865; S. T, B. 1867. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. Berkleian Latin 
Premium, 59; Two 2d Prizes in English Com- 
position, 60; Commencement Orator. Pastor, 
Guilford, 70-73; Salisbury, Conn., 77-83; 
Instr. in Greek, Yale, 86-88; Private Pa. State 
Militia. 63. Brother of Courtnev Smith Kitchel, 
Beta 65 and Luther Hart Kitchel, Beta 67. 
Educator (retired 1. 
253 Lawrence St., New Haven, Conn. 

William Lampson* a a 9' 

A. B. 1862; LL. B. 1867 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones. 3d Prize in English Composition, 60; 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 61-62. 
Banker. d. 1897 



Elisha Stiles Lyman* 



H u <p' 



A. B. 1862. Scroll and Key. Pres. Yale Navy, 

61-62. 

Missionary. d. 1907 

Walter Lowrie McClintock* q v S' 

A. B. 1862. Private Co. K, 12th Inf. Regiment 

Pa. Vols.. 61. 

Merchant. d. 1911 



96 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1862-63 



William McClurg* 

Private Co. A, 9th 
Corps, 61-62. 
Soldier. 



Regiment, Pa. 



Franklin MacVeagh 



Reserve 
d. 1862 



A. B. 1862; LL. D. 1912; LL. B. 1864 Colum- 
bia. Skull and Bones. 1st Bishop Prize in 
Linonia Debate, 59; 2d Prize, 60; 1st and 2d 
English Composition Prizes and 1st Declamation 
Prize, 60; Townsend Premium, 62; Commence- 
ment Orator. Pres. Citizens' Assn. of Chicago, 
74; Vice-Pres. and Pres. Civil Service Reform 
League of Chicago; Ex. -Pres. Chicago Bureau 
of Charities; Municipal Art League; Vice-Pres. 
Am. Civic Federation, 05; Sec. of U. S. Treas- 
ury, 09-13. 
Merchant. 

333 W. Lake St., Chicago, 111.; res. 2829, 16th 
St., Washington, D. C. 



Richard Cary Morse 



9 A u 



A. B. 1862; A. M. 1865; B. D. 1867 Princeton 
and Union Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Scroll and Key; Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Town- 
send Premium, 62; Pres. Brothers in Unity, 62; 
General Sec. International Committee Y. M. C. 
A., 69-15; Consulting General Sec, since 15. 
Author "History of Y. M. C. A. of North 
America." Brother of Oliver Cromwell Morse, 
Beta 68. 
Secretary. 

124 E. 28th St., New York; res. 35 Sidney PL, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Merritt Cicero Page^ 



'i^Tk 



A. B. 1862. Instr. in Mathematics Cooper 
Inst., New York, N. Y., 63; Mayor of Laramie 
City, 68-69; U. S. Dist. Atty., Mont., 72-77. 
Lawyer. d. 1877 



Thomas Hubbard Pitkin* 



yCcp' 



A. B. 1863; A. M. 1866. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Berkleian Latin Premium, 59. Teacher Utica 
and Buffalo, 64-74; Detroit, Mich., 74-88. 
Educator. d. 1913 



George Coit Ripley* 



H t 9* 



A. B. 1862; A. M. 1865. Skull and Bones. 3d 
Prize, Brothers in Unity Freshman Debate; 
1st Prizes in English Composition and Declama- 
tion, 60; Townsend Premium, 62. 2d Lieut. 14th 
Inf. Regiment Conn. Vols., 62-65; Judge-Advo- 
cate of a Court-Martial, Harrisburg, Pa., 64-65; 
1st Lieut. 10th Inf. Regiment and .Aide to 
Brigadier Gen. O. S. Ferry, 65; City Clerk of 
Norwich; Member City Council; City Atty.; 
Member Conn. Legislature, 82. 
Lawyer. d. 1909 

William Wallace Seely* S A' 

A. B. 1862; A. M. 1865; M. D. 1864 Ohio Med. 
Coll. Skull and Bones. Demonstrator of 
Anatomy Ohio Med Coll.. 64-66: Prof, of 
Ophthalmology and Otology and Dean of the 
Med. Faculty, 66-88; Lecturer Dartmouth Coll, 
78-80; Prof. 80-88; Oculist Good Samaritan 
Hosp., 66-88; Private Ohio Militia, 62. Member 
Am. Med. Assn.; Am. Ophthalmological and 
Otological Soc. Brother of John Frank Seeley, 
Beta 60. 
Oculist and Aurist. d. 1903 

Andrew Freeman Shiverick* S ^ $' 

A. B. 1862. Scroll and Key. Capt. 28th Inf. 

Regiment Wis. Vols., 62-63; Acting Commis- 
sary of Subsistence, 63. 

Soldier. d. 1863 



Richard Skinner* 



Y] J 9 



A. B. 1862. Scroll and Key. 1st and 2d Prizes 
in English Composition, 60; Editor Yale Liter- 
ary Magasuie, 61-62. 2d Lieut. 10th U. S. Inf. 
Regiment, 62-63; 1st Lieut. 64; Commissary of 
Musters and of Subsistence and Ordnance, 64; 
Adjutant General, 64. 
Soldier. d. 1864 

Grosvenor Starr* S [x A' 

Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. Adjutant 7th 

Inf. Regiment Conn. Vols., 62. 

Soldier. d. 1862 

Henry Hamlin Stebbins H 4' § 

A. B. 1862; B. D. 1867 Princeton and Union 
Theol. Sem.; D. D. 1883 Hamilton Coll. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 1st Prizes in 
English Composition and Declamation, 60; 
Commencement Orator. Pastor, Riverdale, 
N. Y., 67-74; Grace Church, Oswego, since 74; 
Pres. Oswego Civil Service Reform League; 
Chaplain, City Cadets; Trustee People's Rescue 
Mission and Soc. Prevention of Cruelty to 
Children; Mgr. Custodial Asylum for the 
Feebleminded (Newark, N. Y.); Children's Play- 
ground League and United Charities; Member 
Park Board. Member Door of Hope and Gene- 
see Valley Club. 
Clergyman. 

87 Franklin St.; res. 24 Prince St., Rochester, 
N. Y. 



Charles Burt Sumner 



BCA' 



A. B. 1862; B. D. 1867 Andover Theol. Sem.; 

LL. D. 1910 Pomona. Phi Beta Kappa; oigma 

Epsilon; Brothers in Unity. Trustee Monson 

Acad.; Las Vegas Acad.; Trustee and Sec. 

Pomona Coll. Author "The Story of Pomona 

College." Member University Club of Southern 

Cal. 

Educator. 

105 College Ave., Claremont, Cal. 



John Phelps Taylor* 



?aA' 



A. B. 1862; A. M. 1867; B. D. 1868 Andover 
Theol. Sem.; D. D. 1897 Middlebury. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Skull and Bones. Editor Yale Literary 
Magazine, 61-62; Berkleian Latin Premium, 59; 
Woolsey Scholar in Yale, 59-62; 2d Bishop 
Prize in Linonia Debate, 60; two 2d Prizes in 
English Composition and 3d Declamation Prize, 
60; Valedictorian; Clark Scholar in Yale, 62-63; 
Librarian of Linonia, 63. Pastor South 
Church, Middletown, Conn., 68-74; United 
Church, Newport, R. I., 74-76; 2d Church, New 
London, Conn., 78-83; Prof, of Biblical Theol- 
ogy and Oriental Archeology, Andover Theol. 
Sem., 83-88. Member Am. Oriental Soc; Soc. 
of Biblical Literature and Exegesis; Soc. of 
Biblical Archseology (London). 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1915 



1863 



SSE' 



[George] Walter Allen* 

A. B. 1863; A. M. 1893. Phi B<?ta Kappa; Skull 
and Bones. 2d Bishop Prize Linonia Debate, 
60; two 1st Prizes English Composition, 61; 
Townsend Premium, 63; Commencement Orator. 
Private 26th Inf. Regiment Mass. Vols., 64; 
Acting Asst. Paymaster, U. S. Navy, 64-65; 
Delegate National Republican Convention, 72 
and 76; Member U. S. Commission to investigate 
the affairs of the Ponca Indians, SO; Clerk U. S. 
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, 80-81. 
Author "History of the State of South Caro- 
lina during the Governorship of Daniel Henry 
riiamberlain." 
Journalist. d. 1907 



1863] 



BETA CHAPTER 



97 



Charles Jesup Arms" 



H^u' 



A. B. and A. M. 1875. Skull and Bones. 

2d Bishop Prize Linonia Debate and 3d English 

Composition Prize. 61 ; Orator for Linonia at 
_ Statement of Facts. Adjutant 20th Inf. Regi- 
■ ment, Conn. Vols., 62-63; Capt., 63-65; Aide, 
" with rank of Colonel, on Staff of Governor 

of Pa., 76-78. 

Lawyer. d.l901 



James Eleazar Bulkley* 

A. B. 1863. Scroll and Key. 



» 



Daniel Brewer Childs 



d. 1864 



A. B. 1863; LL. B. 1864 Union Univ. Scroll 
and Key. Member Yale, Lhiiversity and Law- 
yers' Clubs (New York). Brother of Frank Earl 
Childs, Psi 68. 

t Lawyer (retired). 
1317 Westlake Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 



Henry Edwards Cooley* 



HAS' 



A. B. 1863; A. M. and B. D. 1866. Com- 
mencement Orator. Teacher Collegiate and 
Commercial Inst., New Haven, Conn., 63-64; 
Pastor, Plymouth, Conn., 66-69; Acting Pastor, 
Winsted, 69-70; Weymouth, Mass, 70-71; Pastor. 
Littleton, 71-74; North Leominster, 74-77. 
Clergyman. d. 1877 

Adrian Voorhees Cortelyou* H [x s 

A. B. 1863; A. M. 1866; LL. B. 1865 Columbia. 
Lawyer. d. 1873 



» 



George Langford Curran 



S^e 



A. B. 1863. Scroll and Key. Pres. Yale Navy, 

62-63. Brother of John Elliott Curran, Beta 70. 

Merchant. 

3i Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. 



Henry Clay De Forest 



SGZ' 



A. B. 1863. Member Legislature. 72 and 74; 
Mayor of Wetmore, 85-86. 
Banker. 
Wetmore, Kans. 



Henry Farnam Dimock* 



A. B. 1863; A. M. 1866. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull 
and Bones. 3d English Composition Prize and 
1st Declamation Prize, 61; Commencement Ora- 
tor. Commissioner State of N. Y. on the 
Government of Cities, 75-77; Dock Commis- 
sioner, 75-81. 
Manager. d. 1911 



William Burr Dunning* 



A. B. 1863; M. D. 1871 Columbia. 2d and 3d 
Prizes English Composition, 61. Teacher, Peek- 
skill, N. Y., 63; Norristown, 66-67; Tarrytown, 
N. Y., 67-68; Yale School for Boys, 68-71; 
Surgical Staff Bellevue Hosp., 71-72. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1888 

Morton William Easton (j w £ 

A. B. 1863; Ph. D. 1872; M. D. 1867 Columbia. 
Prof, of Ancient Languages, also Comparative 
Philology and Modern Languages, Univ. of 
Tenn., 74-81; Prof, of Comparative Philologv 
and Instr. in French Univ. of Pa., 81 — ; Prof, 
of Greek, 87; Emeritus Prof, of English and 
Comparative Philology. 
Educator (retired). 
University of Pa., Philadelphia, Pa. 



Thomas Albert Emerson 



SxT' 



A. B. 186J. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key; 
Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Pres. Linonia; Varuna 
Boat Club; Berkleian Latin Premium and 1st 
Declamation Prize, 61. Acting Asst. Paymaster 
U. S. Navy, 63-65; Pastor Wolfeboro, N. H., 
69-73; Braintree, 74-85; Clinton, Conn., 85- 
88; Moderator Conn. Assn. of Congrega- 
tional Ministers; Trustee Goodwin Memo- 
rial Library. Member Sons of Am. Revolution; 
Wakefield Historical Soc; Hampshire Assn. of 
Congregational Ministers; Connecticut Valley 
Congregational Club. 
Clergyman (retired). 
51 Prospect St., Northampton, Mass. 



John Safford Fiske* 



Hpu 



A. B. 1863; L. H. D. 1897 Hobart. Scroll 
and Key. Deputy Clerk N. Y. Senate, 63- 
64; U. S. Consul, Leith, Scotland, 67-70. 
Journalist. d. 1907 

Eleazar Kingsbury Foster* a [x T' 

A. B. 1863. U. S. Collector of the Port of St. 
Augustine, 67-68; U. S. Atty. 4th Judicial 
Dist. of Fla., 68-72; Supt. of Public Instruction 
for the State of Fla., 81-84; Judge Circuit 
Court 7th Judicial Dist. of Fla.. 85-88. Brother 
of John Pierrepont Codrington Foster, Beta 
69. 
Lawyer. d. 1899 



Charles Miles Gilman* 



(y^u 



A. B. 1863; A. M. 1866; LL. B. 1865 Columbia. 

Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. Judge of 
Probate, 71-72. 

Lawyer. d. 1914 



George Scovill Hamlin* 



Y)SE' 



A. B. 1863; LL. B. 1865 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa. 3d Bishop Prize Linonia Debate, 60; 
1st and 2d English Composition Prizes and 2d 
Declamation Prize, 61; 3d Prize in Linonia 
Senior Debate; Yale Literary Magazine Medal, 
62; Townsend Premium, 63; Commencement 
Orator. 
Lawyer. d. 1909 



Samuel Huntington 



Hxi 



A. B. 1863; LL. B. 1865 Columbia. Kappa 
Sigma Epsilon; Alpha Sigma Phi; Linonia. 
First Prize for Examination and Essay on 
Graduation Columbia Law School; Commence- 
ment Orator. Pres. Muhlenberg Hosp.; First 
Unitarian Soc; Sec. Class of 63, Yale since 
70. 

Lawyer. 

Title Guarantee and Trust Co., 176 Broadway 
New York, N. Y.; res. 324 Franklin PI., Plain- 
field, N. J. 



Wilbur Ives 



* 



HXE' 



A. B. 1863; A. M. 1866. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Acting Asst. Paymaster U. S. Navy, 63-66. 

d. 1870 



Thomas Aiguier Kennett* 



SxY' 



A. B. 1863; A. M. 1866. Scroll and Key. 
3d Prize English Composition, 61. 
Journalist. 

d. 1911 



Joseph Naphtaly* 



75 R t' 



A. B. 1863; A. M. 1866. Deputy Clerk County 
Court, 65-68; Member Cal. Legislature and 
Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, 70. 
Lawyer. d. 1910 



98 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1863-64 



David Brainerd Perry* 



HLT 



A. B. 1863; A. M. 1866; S. T. B., 1867; D. D. 
1898. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
1st Prize English Composition, 61; Saluta- 
torian. Pastor, Worcester, Mass., 68-70; Prof, 
of Greek and Latin Doane Coll. and Acting 
Pres., 73-81; Pres., 81-88. 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1912 



Thomas Clark Steele* 



Z 7C e 



A. B. 1863; A. M. 1866; B. D. 1866 Union 
Theol. Sem. Pastor, White Plains, N. Y., 71- 
73; New Rochelle, 11-11. 
Clergyman. d. 1877 



Lewis Atterbnry Stimson 



a cr Y' 



A. B. 1863; LL. D. 1900; M. D. 1874 Bellevue 
Hosp. Med Coll. Scroll and Key; Delta Kappa; 
Alpha Sigma Phi. 1st Prize Mathematics, (2). 
Prof, of Surgical Pathology, N. Y. Univ. 78-83; 
Prof, of Clinical Surgery, 85; Prof, of Anatomy, 
85-89; Prof, of Surgery, 89-98; Prof, of Surgery 
since 98, Cornell Univ. Med. Coll.; Regent 
Univ. State of N. Y., 95-06. Author "A Man- 
ual of Operative Surgery;" "Fractures and 
Dislocations." Member University, Century, 
New York Yacht and Yale Clubs; Loyal Leg- 
ion. Brother of Henry Albert Stimson, Beta 
65, John Ward Stimson, Beta 72, Frederick 
Julian S'timson, Beta 11 and father of Henry 
Lewis Stimson, Beta 88. 
Educator. 
277 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y. 

William Graham Sumner* a y u 

A. B. 1863; LL. D. 1909 and 1884 Univ. of 
Tenn. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
1st Prizes Brothers in Unity Debate, 60, 61 
and 63: two 1st Prizes English Composition and 
3d Declamation Prize, 61; Townsend Premium, 
63. Asst. Rector Calvary Church, New York, 
N. Y., 69-70; Rector Church of the Redeemer, 
Morristown, N. J., 70-72; Pelatiah Perit Prof, 
of Political and Social Science, Yale, 72-88; 
Alderman New Haven, 74-76. Author "History 
of American Currency;" "History of Protec- 
tion in the United States;" "Life of Andrew 
Jackson;" "What Social Classes owe to each 
Othor;" "Problems in Political Economy;" "Col- 
lected Essays in Political and Social Science" 
and "Protectionism: the ism which teaches that 
Waste INIakes Wealth." 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1910 



Charles Howland Wesson* 



Y] ff U 



A. B. 1863; LL. B. 1865 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones. 3d Prize Brothers in Unity Debate, 
63. Brother of Frederic Wesson, Beta 68. 
Lawyer. d. 1873 

William Halliday Whitin* S ^ T' 

A. B. 1863. Scroll and Kev. Member School 
Committee, 63-88; Chairman of Selectmen, 5 
years. Brother of Lewis Frederick Whitin, 
Beta 64. 
Manufacturer. d. 1893 

William Collins Whitney* H e T' 

A. B. 1863; A. M. 1866; LL. D. 1888. Skull 
and Bones. Two 1st Prizes English Composi- 
tion and 1st Declamation Prize, 61; 2d Prize 
Linonia Senior Debate; Class Orator. Mem- 
ber Fxecutivc Committee Yale Alumni Assn. 
of New York, 68-73; School Trustee, New 
York, N. Y., 74-75; Corporation Counsel, 75-82; 
Sec U. S. Navy, 85-88. 
Lawyer. d. 1904 



1864 

William Packer Bellamy* ? tc C 

Two 3d Prizes in English Composition, 62. 

d. 1868 



Frederic Henry Betts'' 



H^r 



A. B. 1864: A. M. 1871; LL. D. 1901; LL. B. 
1S66 Columbia. Scroll and Key. Lecturer on 
Patent Law, Yale, 73-84; Consul for the City of 
New York; Member Republican General Com- 
mittee for New York City and County, 84. 
Author "The Policy of Patent Laws." Mem- 
ber Century Club; City and State Bar Assns. 
Brother of Charles Wyllys Betts, Beta 67. 
Lawyer. d. 1905 



Henry Paine Boyden* 



SoZ' 



A. B. 1864. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
1st BishoD Prizes Freshman and Senior De- 
bates in Linonia: 1st Prize Senior Debate; 1st 
and 2d English Composition and 2d Declama- 
tion Prizes, 62; DeForest Medal, 64; Com- 
mencement Orator. Teacher, Worcester, Mass., 
64-65; Member State Board of Equalization, 
81; Pres. Yale Alumni Assn. of Cincinnati, 
79-80. 
Journalist. d. 1908 



Franklin Barnes Bradley* 



A. B. 1864. 
Manufacturer. 



Charles Henry Burnett* 



SDH' 

d. 1907 

A. B. 1864; A. M. 1867; M. D. 1867 Univ. of 
Pa. Scroll and Key. 3d Declamation Prize, 62; 
Commencement Orator. Asst. Phys. to the Chil- 
dren's Hosp., 67-88; Resident Phys. Episcopal 
Hosp., 67-68; Phys. Eye and Ear Dept. Phila- 
delphia Dispensary, 69-72; Aural Surg Presby- 
terian Hosp., 72-88; Prof, of Otology, Philadel- 
phia Polyclinic and Coll. for Graduates in Medi- 
cine; Consulting Aurist Pennsylvania Institu- 
tion for the Deaf and Dumb, 78-88. Member 
Coll. of Physicians and Surgeons; County and 
State Med. and Otological Socs., (Pres., 83-85). 
Author "Treatise on Diseases of the Ear." 
Oculist and Aurist. d. 1902 

Frederick Elizur Goodrich H y] x' 

A. B. 1864. Scroll and Key; Kappa Sigma 
Epsilon; Alpha Sigma Phi. Crew. Pres. and 
Musical Dir. Beethoven Soc., 63-64; City Clerk, 
83-85. Author "Life of Winfield S. Hancock" 
and "Life of Grover Cleveland." 
Journalist. 

Boston Post, Boston; res. Highland Ave, 
Sharon, Mass. 

Thomas Browning Hewitt y] u T' 

A. B. 1864; A. M. 1871 Columbia. Skull and 

Bones. Member Hamilton Club (Brooklyn). 

Lawyer. 

43 Cedar St., New York; res. 122 Remsen St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Frederick Arthur Judson 



?] a if' 



A. B. 1864 Scroll and Key; Kappa Sigma 

Epsilon; Alpha Sigma Phi; Brothers in Unity. 

3d Declamation Prize (2). 

Engineer. 

140 Cedar St., New York, N. Y.; res. 80 Elm 

St., Montclair, N. J. 



1864] 



BETA CHAPTER 



99 



Charles Frazer MacLean 



TQtJ^Z' 



A. B. 1864; Ph. D. 1866; J. U. D. 1869 Univ. 
of Berlin. Phi Beta Kapi).!; Skull and Bones. 
Police Commissioner, New York, 79-80 and 
88-94; Pres. of Board. 88-90; Park Commis- 
sioner, 80-83; Health Commissioner, 89-90; 
Justice Supreme Court of New York, 
96-09: Lecturer on Public and Private 
international Law, Columbia Univ., 73-74; Lec- 
turer on Principles of Criminal Law, New York 
L'niv., 85-97. Author "De Jure Emigrandi." 
Member Psi Upsilon, Democratic, Lawyers', 
Manhattan, Barnard, New York Press, German 
Press, Arion, Lotos, Yale. National Arts and 
Knollwood Country Clubs; Am. Bar and New 
York State Bar Assns; Assn. Bar City of New 
York; Am. Acad. Political and Social Sciences. 
Lawyer. 
(2122 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y.) 



Edward Taylor ^Mather* 



A. B. 1864. 
Merchant. 



Scroll and Key. 



George Spring IMerriam* 



S(oZ' 

d. 1870 

A. B. 1864; A. M. 1867. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. 2d Bishop Prize Linonia 
Debate, 61; two 1st Prizes. English Composition, 
62; Editor Yale Literary Magacine, 63-64; Town- 
send Premium, 64; Commencement Orator. 
Author "The Way of Life;" "The Life and 
Times of Samuel Bowles." Brother of James 
Kiske Merriam, Beta 67 and Edward Fiske 
Merriam, Beta 70. 
Journalist. d. 1914 

or 7,T' 



Alanson Douglas Miller 



A. B. 1864. Skull and Bones; Delta Kappa; 
Alpha Sigma Phi. Two 2d Prizes in English 
Composition and 2d Declamation Prize, 62; 
Chairman Yale Literary Magazine. 63-64; Town- 
send Premium, 64. Rector of St. Peter's 
Church, Milford, Conn., 71-76; St. John's' 
Church, Hartford, 76-81; Church of the Holy 
Trinity, Middletown, 81-82; St. Luke's Church, 
.San Francisco, Cal., 82-85; St. James' Church, 
New London, Conn., 85 — . Brother of George 
Douglas Miller, Beta 70 and uncle of William 
Douglas Ward, Phi 99. 
Clergyman (retired). 
56 Ridgewood Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. 



Henry Elijah Owen* 



t 



A. B. 1864; M. D. 1867 Coumbia. Skull and 
Bones. Brother of Edward Thomas Owen, 
Beta 72. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1912 



William Henry Palmer" 



SiC 



A. B. 1864; M. D. 1867 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Skull and Bones. Commencement 
Orator. Prof, of Ophthalmology Cleveland 
Med. Coll. and Visiting Phys., Cleveland City 
Hosp., 67-71. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1871 

Arthur Phinney 

Initiated by the Zeta 

Joseph Otis Pinneo* H ^ t' 

M. D. 1865 Columbia. On the Staff Bellevue 
Hosp., 65-67; Phys. to Union County, N. J. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1891 

William Hall Brace Pratt* ? G Z' 

A. B. 1864; M. D. 1867 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones. 3d Declamation Prize, 62. On Med. 
Staff Bellevue Hosp.. 67-69; Visiting Phys. 
Home for Destitute Children; Dispenser Brook- 



lyn Central Dispensary; Trustee, Grace M. E. 
Church. Member Riding and Driving Club; 
New England and Long Island Historical Socs. ; 
Yale J\.lumni and Kings County Med. Assns.; 
Brooklyn Inst, of Arts and Sciences. Brother 
of Henry Cleveland Pratt, Beta 57. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1916 



Isaac Piatt Pugsley* 



•0 9 C 



A. B. 1864; A. M. 1867. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. Hurlbut Scholar in Yale, 
61-62; 3d Prize, English Composition, 62; Vale- 
dictorian. Acting Asst. Paymaster U. S. Navy, 
64-65; Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, 
83. 
Lawyer. d. 1915 

Guillermo Colesberry Purves tr a t' 

A. B. 1864; A. M. 1867; LL. B. 1867 Univ. of 
Pa. Scroll and Key; Delta Kappa Epsilon; 
Alpha Sigma Phi; Brothers in Unity. Spoon 
Committee; Prize Declamation. School Dir. of 
the i'eventh Ward, 83-86; Pres. of Board, 84; 
Pres. Union Benevolent Assn. and Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity; Trustee Jefferson Med. Coll. 
Member Sons of Revolution; Soc. Colonial 
Wars: University, Rittenhouse and Philadelphia 
Country Clubs. 
Banker. 

The Philadelphia Saving Fund Society, 700 
Walnut St.; res. 1812 Pine St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 



Ledyard Stevens 



ape' 



A. B. 1864. Scroll and Key; Alpha Sigma 

Phi; Delta Kappa. Wooden Spoon Committee; 

Capt. Glynna Boat Club. 

Manufacturer (retired). 

31 E. Elm St., Chicago, 111. 



Alfred Eastman Walker* 



HtV 



A. B. 1864; M. D. 1867. Asst. Phys. Insane 

Asylum, Worcester, Mass., 68-69. 

Physician and Surgeon. d. 1873 



Edgar Thaddeus Welles* 



2?;t' 



A. B. 1864; A. M. 1867. Chief Clerk U. S. 

Navy Dept., 66-69. 

Capitalist. d. 1914 



Oliver Sherman White 



Stt' 



A. B. 1864; A. M. 1867; LL. B. 1873. Skull 
and Bones. Clerk, U. S. Commissary Dept. of 
Wyo. Territory, 68-69; Isabella County, 
Kans.. 69-71. Brother of Henry Dyer White, 
Beta 51, Charles Atwood White, Beta 54, Roger 
Sherman White, Beta 59, Thomas Howell 
White, Beta 60 and George Edward White, 
Beta 66. 
Lawyer. 
(69 Church St., New Haven, Conn.) 



Lewis Frederick Whitin* 



viXC 



A. B. 1864; A. M. 1867. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Scroll and Key. 2d En.c;lish Composition Prize, 
62; Commencement Orator. Acting Asst. Pay- 
master U. S. Navv, 64-65. Brother of William 
Halliday Whitin, Beta 63. 
Merchant. d. 1904 



Henry Mitchell Whitney* 



Y]Y]£ 

A. B. 1864; A. M. 1867; B. D. 1868 Andover 
Theol. Scm.; Litt. D. 1900 Beloit. 3d English 
Composition Prize, 61; 3d Prize Brothers in 
Unity Freshman Debate; 2d in Senior Debate; 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 63-64. Private 
52d Inf. Regiment Mass. Vols., 62; Sergeant- 



(5) 



100 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1864-65 



Major, 62-63; Agent U. S. Christian Commis- 
sion, 64-65; Pastor, Geneva, 111., 68-71; Prof, 
of Rhetoric and English Literature, Beloit Coll. 
71; Acting Pastor, Roscoe, 111., 76-81; Alder- 
man City of Beloit, 76-83. Member British 
Assn. for the Advancement of Science. 
Brother of Edward Payson Whitney, Beta 54 
and James Lyman Whitney, Beta 56. 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1911 



Moseley Hooker Williams 



? V T 

A. B. 1864; A. M. 1874; B. D. 1867 Andover 
Theol. Sem.; Ph. D. 1899 Temple Coll. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa; Alpha Sigma Phi. 
1st Prizes, Brothers in Unity Debates (\). (2); 
2d and 3d English Composition and 1st Declama- 
tion Prizes (2); Commencement Orator; Editor 
Yale Literary Magazine (3), (4). Pastor Grand 
Ave. Chapel, Brooklyn, N. Y., 69-70: Plymouth 
Church, Portland, Maine, 70-73; Charter Mem- 
ber University and Sec. Phi Alpha Clerical 
Clubs. Author "Introduction to the History 
of the Revised New Testament." Member Phi 
Alpha Clerical and University Clubs; Soc. 
Biblical Literature and Exegesis. 
Clergyman. 

1816 Chestnut St.; res. 29 W. Walnut Lane, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Francis Eben Woodruff* 



a Y] 



Z' 



A. B. 1864. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
Asst. Imperial Maritime Customs Service 
nf China, Peking, 65-66; Shanghai, 66-67; Amoy, 
67-68; Chefoo, 68; Deputy Commissioner and 
Chinese Sec. Inspectorate Service of Customs 
of Peking, 68-69; Deputy Commissioner at Han- 
kow, 69-70; Acting Commissioner, Chin Kiang, 
70-71; Hankow, 71; Commissioner and Chinese 
Sec, Peking, 72-75; Commissioner, Chin 
Kiang, 75-77; Wuhu, 77-78; Amoy, 80-81; 
Canton, 81-85. Member Order Double Dragon. 
Imperial Commissioner of Customs. d. 1914 



1865 



Elmer Bragg Adams* 



^t^ 



A. B. 1865; LL. D. 1916; LL. D. 1898 Univ. 
of Mo.; LL. D. 1907 Washington Univ. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa: Brothers in Unity. 
Commencement Orator. Agent Am. Union in 
Atlanta and Macon, Ga., establishing free white 
schools, 65-66; Judge Circuit Court of St. Louis, 
79-85; U. S. Dist. Judge Eastern Dist. of Mo., 
95-05; U. S. Circuit Judge, 8th Judicial Circuit, 
05-16; Member Advisory Board St. Louis Law 
School. Member St. Louis Country, Bogy, 
Commercial, Woodstock Country and Lakato 
(Woodstock, Vt.) Clubs. 
Jurist. d. 1916 



John Forsyth Allen* 

3d Declamation Prize, 63. 
Publisher. 

Wilbur Russell Bacon* 



Y)Ya 



<;SH' 

A. B. 1865; LL. B. 1867 Columbia. Phi Beta 

Kappa; Scroll and Key. Pres. Yale Navy, 
64-65; Crews, 64 and 65: Townsend Premium, 
65. Brother of William Plumb Bacon, Beta 58. 
Lawyer. d. 1900 

Hxa' 

LL. B.1866 Albany Law School. In the Quar- 
termasters' Dept. U. S. Armv, 64-65: Judge 
Probate Court for Hampshire County, 78-88. 
Lawyer. 



William Garry Bassett 



Joseph Appleton Bent"* 



<s c c 

A. B. 1865. Skull and Bones. 1st Prizes, 
Linonia Freshman and Senior Debates; 2d Prize 
Junior Debate; 1st Declamation Prize and two 
2d English Composition Prizes, 63; DeForest 
Medal. 65; Commencement Orator. Brother of 
Samuel Arthur Bent, Beta 61. 

d. 1869 



Eben Munson Betts* 



•n^H' 



B. D. 1869 Chicago Theol. Sem. Pastor, Santa 
Barbara, Cal., 69-71; San Jose, 71-78; Fond du 
Lac, Wis., 78-81; Financial Sec. Chicago Theol. 
Sem. 81-88. 
Clergyman. d. 1910 



Edward Bennet Bronson 



^?' 



A. B. 1865; M. D. 1869 Columbia. Kappa Sigma 
Epsilon; Alpha Sigma Phi. On the Med. Staff 
of Bellevue Hosp., 68-69; Attending Phys. New 
York Dispensary, 72-80; Out-door Poor Dept. 
BoHevue Hosp., 72-75; Northern Dispensary, 
73-80; House of Mercy, 75-78. Asst. Surg New 
York Eye and Ear Infirmary, 73-74; Late Path- 
ologist Metropolitan Throat Hosn.; Clinical 
Prof, of Dermatology, Woman's Med. Coll.; 
Prof, of Dermatology New York Polyclinic and 
Visiting Phys. Charity Hosp.; Med. Sec. County 
of New York. ^Member Century, Art and Uni- 
versity Clubs. 
Physician. 
10 VV. 49tli St., New York, N. Y. 



John Edward Brooks* 



Ho 2' 



A. B. 1865; LL. B. 1867 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Skull and Bones. Municipal Law Prize 
Columbia, 67; Commencement Orator. 
Merchant. d. 1913 



Henry Armitt Brown* 



T9 ? 



A. B. 1865; A. M. 1868. Skull and Bones. 
Member \^'ooden Spoon Committee, 64: Class 
Poet. Sec. Yale A'umni Assn. of Philadelphia. 
Author "Class Poem;" "The Centennial, the 
Story of an Hundred Years;" "The Set- 
tlement of Burlington, N. J.;" "Ivy Song of the 
Class of 1865." Member Cobden Club (Lon- 
don); Municipal Reform Assn.; Shakespeare 
Soc; LTnion League Club of Philadelphia. 
Brother of Alexander Lardner Brown, Beta 69. 
I.awvcr. a. 1878 



John Campbell Brown* 



St];Yi 



A. B. 1865. Scroll and Key. Brother of James 

Plummer Brown, Beta 62. 

Merchant. d. 1915 



Oscar Roger Burchard* 



HXS' 



A. B. 1865. Phi Beta Kappa; Sec. Brothers in 
Unity, 64-65; N'aledictorian, Prof, of Ancient 
Languages and \'ice-Princinal, State Normal 
School. Fredonia, N. Y.. 69-81. Author "Three 
Months in Europe." 
Broker. d. 1896 

William Benedict Bushnell* y] u H' 

A. B. 1S65. Skull and Bones. 

Manufacturer. d. 1916 

Charles Meigs Charnley a <p y) 

A. B. 1865. Phi Beta Kappa: Skull and Bones. 
^Tember Wooden Spoon Committee, 64. Brother 
of James Charnley, Beta 65 and Walter Hatch 
Charnlev, Beta, 71. 



[ 



" 1865] 
James Charnley'* 



BETA CHAPTER 



101 



A. B. 1865. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 
Brother of Charles Meigs Charnky, Beta 65 
and Walter Hatch Charnley, Beta 71. 
Merchant. d. 1905 



John Dalzell 



<T<pH' 



A. B. 1865. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key; 
Delta Kappa. 3d Prize English Composition, 
63; 1st Prize Linonia Junior Debate; 3d Prize 
Senior Debate; Commencement Orator. Repre- 
sentative from Pa. in 50th and 62d Congresses. 
Member Chevy Chase, University and Du- 
quesne (Pittsburgh, Pa.) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
1605 New Hampshire Ave., Washington, D. C. 

xse' 



Courtney Smith Kitchel 



A. B. 1865; LL. B. 1866 Albany Law School. 

Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Kappa. 3d English 

Composition Prize, 63. Brother of Cornelius 

Ladd Kitchel, Beta 62 and Luther Hart Kitchel, 

Beta 67. 

Lawyer and Title Examiner. 

717 First National Bank Bldg.; res. 297 Ogden 

Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 



George Clayton Latham 



Hu?' 



Merchant. 

(517V2 E. Washington St.; res. 903 S. 2d St., 

Springfield, HI.) 

Charles Edward Lockwood* S a H' 

A. B. 1865; M. D. 1868 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Scroll and Key. On Staff of Bellevue 
Hosp., 67-68; Visiting Phys. Central Dispen- 
sary and Attending Phys.. Outdoor Poor Dept. 
Bellevue Hosp. for Diseases of the Eye and 
Ear, 72 and at the Northwestern Dispensary; 
Asst. Inspr. New York Board of Health, 73-75; 
Inspr., 75-88. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1902 

Benjamin Clapp Riggs* "O ''1 ""l' 

A. B. 1865; M. D. 1869 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa: Skull and Bones. Commencement Ora- 
tor. House Phys. Bellevue Hosp.. 68-69; House 
Surg. St. Luke's Hosp., 69-70; Visiting Phys. 
Church Home and Infirmary, Baltimore, Md., 
73-74. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1883 

William Henry Sage Z H' 

A. B. 1865. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and 

Key; Alpha Sigma Phi. Member of Psi Up- 

silon Assn. of Utica; University (New York) 

and Fort Orange (Albany) Clubs. Brother of 

Dean Sage, Chi 79. 

Financier. 

33 State St.; res. Menands Rd., Albany, N. Y. 

Sidney Vanuxem Smith, Jr. yj /. S' 

A. B. 1865. Scroll and Key; Alpha Sigma 
Phi; Kappa Epsilon. 3d Prize English Com- 
position, 63. Member Pacific Union Club. 
Lawyer. 
2027 California St., San Francisco, Cal. 



Henry Albert Stimson 



S^H 



A. B. 1865; A. M. 1868; B. D. 1869 Andover 
Theol. Sem.; D. D. 1885 Ripon Coll. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones; Delta Kappa; 
Sigma Chi; Philolethean. Two 1st Prizes in 
English Composition, 63; 3d Prize Brothers in 
Unity Junior Debate; 1st Prize Senior Debate; 
Townsend Premium. 65. Pastor Minneapolis. 



Minn., 69-80; Union Church, Worcester, Mass., 
80-86; Pilgrim, Church, St. Louis, ,Mo., 86-88; 
Trustee Cirht'on Col!., North*ield, Minn., 69- 
80; Member Bo<?rrt o^ Visiter cf Wellesley 
Coll.; Pres. Congregational Board of Ministerial 
Relief; Trustee Mi. riclyoke Col'.; hirtford 
Theol. pnundafon; Vice:Pies. Aa-. Tru'-.i Soc.; 
Mgr. Am. Bible Soc. Aifthor "New Things of 
God;" "Apostles Creed in Light of Modern 
Inquiry;" "Behind the World and Beyond;" 
"\Vhile the War Rages." Member Century 
Club. Brother of Lewis Atterbury Stimson, 
Beta 63, John Ward Stimson, Beta 72 and 
Frederick Julian Stimson, Beta 71 . 
Clergyman. 

Manhattan Congregational Church; res. 260 W. 
76th St., New York, N. Y. 



William Stone* 



? '"^ 



A. B. 1865. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
Teacher at Boston, Mass., 66-67; In the School 
of Design and Painting, 82-85. Brother of 
Archibald Morrison Morrison, Lambda 47, 
James Kent Stone, Iota 61 and Philip Sidney 
Stone, Alpha 72. 
Artist. d. 1913 



Charles Newhall Taintor 



■^ IJ- ? 



A. B. 1865; A. M. 1874. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Scroll and Key; Sigma Epsilon; Alpha Sigma 
Phi; Linonia. Campaign Pres. of Linonian 
Soc, 64; Colloquy Appointment at Graduation. 
Trustee of Grant Monument Assn.; Police Jus- 
tice (New York), 89-95; Commissioner of Emi- 
gration (New York), 81-89; Delegate to Repub- 
lican National Convention, Chicago, 84 and 
88. Member University Club. 
Banker and Publisher. 

606 Madison Ave.; res. 41 W. 76th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

Gouvemeur Morris Thompson* a t H' 

A. B. 1865; LL. B. 1866 Albany Law School. 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

Lawyer. d. 1912 

Henry Waterman Warren H a S' 

A. B. 1865. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones; 
Delta Kappa. Member (Constitutional Conven- 
tion, Miss., 67; Probate Judge Leake County, 
Miss., 69; Member Miss. House of Representa- 
tives, 69; Speaker, 71; Chief Clerk, 72-76; 
Levee Commissioner, Miss., 73-76; Trustee 
and Pres. Board Alcorn Univ., 76; Delegate to 
Republican National Conventions, 68 and 76; 
Member Mass. House of Representatives. 82 
• and 85; Overseer of Poor, Treas. and Select- 
man Town of Holden. 
Manufacturer (retired). 
Main St., Holden, Mass. 



George Unangst Wenner 



oDp' 



A. B. 1865; A. M. 1868: B. D. 1868 Union 
Theol. Sem.; D. D. 1888 Pa. Coll. Delta 
Kappa. Founder and Pastor, Christ Church, 
New York, since 68; Chairman Liturgical Com- 
mittee (General Synod, Lutheran Church, 83-15; 
Cliairman Deaconess Committee and Pres. 
Board of General Synod, 85-99; Pres. Synod 
of N. J., 04-08; of N. Y., 04-10. Member Evan- 
gelical Alliance, Federation of Churches in 
New York; Federal Council. Churches of Christ 
in America. Author "Religious Education and 
the Public Schools." Member Quill and Clergy 
Clubs. 
Clergyman. 
319 E. 19th St., New York, N. Y. 



102 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1866 



1866, ^. 

Charles Hemme'nwa^ A'daiiisf 2 v p' 

A. B.. J8f 6."Plii-^ ij£t3 Kappa;" Skull and 
Ban^s. Jv^o^-iSt iPnzeS jn^E/i^lcsii Composition, 
64; Yale Literary Essay Medal, 65. 
Journalist. d. 1915 



Henry Burr Barnes* 



S /, p' 



A. B. 1866; A. M. 1870. Scroll and Key. 
Treas. Beethoven Soc., 65-66; Pres. Stationers' 
B'oard of Trade, 87. 
Publisher. d. 1911 



Charles Penrose Biddle'' 

A. B. 1866. 
Lawyer. 

James Brand* 



XQtt' 

d. 1890 

Hxe' 

A. B. 1866; B. D. 1869 Andover Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1884 Grinnell Coll. Skull and Bones. 
2d Prize Linonia Freshman Debate; 3d Prizes, 
Junior and Senior Debates; 1st and 2d Prizes 
in English Composition, 64; Pres. Linonia, 65. 
Pastor Maple Street Church, Danvers, Mass., 
69-73; 1st or College Church, Oberlin, Ohio, 73- 
88; Color Sergeant, 27th Inf. Regiment, Conn. 
Vols., 63-64. Author "Ivy S'ong;" "Sermons 
from a College Pulpit. 
Clergyman. d. 1890 



George Ficklen Britton* 



Hap' 

A. B. 1866. Scroll and Key. Sec. Dept. Pub- 
lic Charities and Correction, New York, N. Y., 
80-88. 
Secretary. d. 1896 



John Buckingham 



criJ.0' 



A. B. 1866. Designer and Instructor Cooper 
Union. 
Architect. 
(15 Bank St.. New York, N. Y.) 



M [aurice] Dwight Collier* 



ee' 



A. B. 1866; A. M. 1869; LL. B. 1869 Wash- 
ington Univ. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and 
Key. Pres. Linonia, 66; Commencement Ora- 
tor. Dir. Washington Univ.; Lindenwood Fe- 
male Coll.; Alderman, St. Louis, 74-76; One 
of the 13 Freeholders to frame the City Charter 
of S't. Louis, 76; Lecturer on Attachments, 
Judgements and Executions, Yale Univ.. 88-93 
Author "Stock Dividends and Their Restraint." 
Lawyer. d. 1906 



Georgfe Frederick Darrell* 

A. M. 1869. 



A. B. 1866; 
Merchant. 



SDrr 

d. 1914 

Y) Y] 6' 

Commence- 

d. 1914 
d. 1906 

S^p' 

A. B. 1866; A. M. 1870. Founder of Graduate 
Scholarships in Yale Coll. 

d. 1873 



Gustavus Pierpont Davis* 

A. B. 1866; M. D. 1869 Columbia, 
ment Orator. 
Physician and Surgeon. 

Charles Atwood Edwards* 

A. B. 1866: A. M. 1869. 
Manufacturer. 

Harry Ward Foote* 



Lovell Hall 

Initiated by the Xi 

George Fuller Hawley* 



aaP' 

M. D. 1868 Columbia. Surg. Chicago Throat 
and Chest Hosp.; 111. Charitable Eye and 
Ear Infirmary. Author "The Effect of Noise 
on Certain Forms of Deafness." Member City 
and State Med., Otological and Ophthalmologic- 
al Socs. 
Physician and Surgeon. 



Albert Barnes Herrick* 



Htc©' 



A. B. 1866; LL. B. 1868 Albanv Law School. 
Scroll and Key. Asst. U. S. Dist. Atty., 77-82. 
Lawyer. d. 1882 



Theodore Akerly Lord* 



SS6' 



A. B. 1866; LL. B. 1868 Columbia. Scroll and 

Key. 1st Prize Declamation, 64. 

Lawyer. d. 1914 



William Satterlee Packer* 



r)Xp' 



A. B. 1866; A. M. 1869; LL. B. 1871 Columbia. 

Scroll and Key. 

Lawyer. d. 1893 



John Closey Patterson 



S>^6' 



LL. B. 1870 Union Law School, Chicago. 2d 
Prize Brothers in Unity Sophomore Debate: 2d 
English Composition Prize, 64. Brother of Ray- 
mond Albert Patterson, Beta 78. 
Lawyer. 
(Riverside. 111.) 



Benjamin Poole* 

A. B. 1866. 
Lawyer. 

tienry Roberts 

Initiated by the Gamma 

Charles Havens Royce'' 

A. B. 1866; A. M. 1869. 
Merchant. 



<7^V 

d. 1882 

OC::' 

d. 1908 



B'rederick Stephen Salisbury* S y 0' 

A. B. 1866; A. M. 1874. 
Manufacturer. 

James Ulysses Taintor* 



d. 1908 



a a 



P' 



A B. 1866; A. M. 1874. Asst. Clerk Conn. 
Legislature. 66-67; Clerk, 67-68; Clerk Conn. 
Senate, 68-69. Brother of Charles Newhall 
Taintor, Beta 65. 
Insurance. d. 1907 

Robert Wild Todd H e 6' 

A. B. 1866; A. M. 1869. 

Lawyer. 

(258 Broadway, New York, N. Y.) 

Thomas Sedgwick VanVolkenburgh 

A. B. 1866; A. M. 1874; LL. B. 1868 Columbia. 
Delta Kappa Epsilon; Alpha Sigma Phi. 
Lawyer (retired). 

17 Battery PI.; res. 46 W. 50th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



1866-67] 



BETA CHAPTER 



103 



Levi Clifford Wade* 



a <p 0' 



A. B. 1866. Skull and Bones. Editor Yale 
Literary Magazine, 65-66; 1st Prize Linonia 
Freshman Debate; 2d Prize Sophomore Debate; 
3d Prize Junior Debate; 1st Prize Senior Debate; 
3d English Composition Prize and 1st Declama- 
tion Prize, 64; Townsend Premium, 66: Coin- 
menccment Orator. Teacher Grammar School, 
Newton, Mass.. 68-73; Member Mass. Legisla- 
ture, 76-80; Speaker of the House, 79-80; Chap- 
ter Editor 7th Psi Upsilon Catalogue. 
Lawyer. d. 1891 



Georjre Edward White* 



Y] (0 p 



A. B. 1866; A. M. 1870. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. Brother of Henry Dyer 
White, Beta 51, Charles Atwood White, Beta 
54, Roger Sherman White. Beta 59, Thomas 
Howell White, Beta 60 and Oliver Sherman 
White, Beta 64. 
Manufacturer. d. 1908 



1867 



Beverly Allen* 



Hsn' 



A. B. 1867. Scroll and Key. Member W'ooden 

Spoon Committee, 66. 

Banker. d. 1876 



Charles W'yllys Betts* 



S^TC' 



A. B. 1867; A. M. 1871; LL. B. 1869 Columbia. 
Scroll and Key. 3d Prize English Composition, 
65. Member Century, University, Knicker- 
bocker and Union Clubs. Brother of Frederic 
Henry Betts, Beta 64. 
Lawyer. d. 1887 

John Henry Chapman 

Initiated by the Xi 



Charles Terrv Collins* 



aO i 



A. B. 1867; B. D. 1871 Andover Theol. Sem. 
Scroll and Key. Commencement Orator. Pastor 
Olivet Chapel Mission (Presbyterian) New York, 
71-73; Plymouth (Congregational) Church, 
Cleveland, Ohio, 75-83. 
Clergyman. d. 1883 

Sal' 



[Henry] Morton Dexter* 



A. B. 1867; A. M. 1870; B. D. 1870 Andover 
Theol. Sem. Skull and Bones. Prize for Excel- 
lence in Latin Composition, 64; 2d and 3d Prizes 
in English Composition, 65; Yale Literary Essay 
Medal, 66; Commencement Orator. Pastor 
Union Church. Taunton, Mass.. 73-78. Son of 
Henry Alartyn Dexter, Beta 40. 
Clergyman and Editor. d. 1910 



John Jay DuBois* 



H Y TC 



A, B. 1867; A. M. 1872; LL. B. 1869 Columbia. 
Phi Beta Kappa: Skull and Bones. 2d English 
Composition and 3d Declamation Prizes, 65; 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 66-67. Member 
Christian Commission, 65. Member University 
Club of New York. 
Lawyer. d. 1898 



[Josiah] Newell Dunbar 



Y] e r 



B. D. 1875 Harvard. Phi Theta Psi; Kappa 
Sigma Epsilon. Author "The Correlative;" 
"Dr. Brown-Sequard and the Elixir of Life;" 
"Phillips Brooks, Bishop of Massachusetts;" 
"Phillips Brooks, Man, Preacher, Author;" 
"J. W. von Goethe, his Wit, Wisdom, Poetry;" 
"Heinrich Heine his Wit. Wisdom, Poetry;" 
"Library of Ward's Best Literature;" "Anglo 



American Encyclopedia" and "Jewish Encyclo- 
pedia." 
Author.* 
900 Degraw Ave., Newark, N. J. 



Albert Elijah Dunning 



a^ x' 



A. B. 1867; B. D. 1870 Andover Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1889 Beloit Coll. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. Chairman Board of Editors 
Yale Literary Magazine, 66-67; 1st Prize, 65 
and 2d Prize, 66, English Composition; Town- 
send Premium, 67; Commencement Orator. 
Pastor Highland Church, Boston, 70-81; Mem- 
ber Boston School Board, 73-77; National 
Sunday School Sec. for Congregational 
Churches. 81-89; Lecturer on Sunday School 
Work, Andover Theol. Sem., 81-82; Member 
International Sunday School Committee, 84- 
88; Sec, 97-02; Principal Normal Sunday 
School Dent., Chautauqua Univ., 86-88: Pil- 
grim Tercentenary Commission for Mass.; 
Pres. Winthrop Club. Author "The Sunday 
School Library;" "Bible Studies;" "Congrega- 
tionalists in America:" "Making of the Bible. 
Member Thursday (Brookline), City, Winthrop 
and Monday (Boston) Clubs. 
Journalist. 

812 Tremont Bldg., Boston; res. 43 Druce St., 
Brookline, Mass. 



Charles Holmes Goodman 



SyiI' 



A B 1867; M. D. 1869 Hahnemann Med. Coll. 
Scrol'l and Key; Delta Kappa: Phi Theta Psi. 
Wooden Spoon Committee. Prof, of Theory 
and Practice in the Homeopathic Med. Coll. of 
Mo., 82-84. Member Round Table, Hahnemann 
and L^niversity Clubs. 

Physician. , ^^ t • 

Wall Bldg.; res. Buckingham Hotel, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

William Henry Goodyear H 6 I 

A B. 1867; A. M. 1904. Theta Xi; Delta 
Kappa; Scroll and Key. 3d Prize in Linonia 
Debate, 65. Teacher and Lecturer History of 
Art in New York, N. Y., 71-72; Curator Metro- 
politan Museum, 82-88; Brooklyn Museum, 
since 99: Fellow Am. Assn. Advancement of 
Science; Honorary Academician Royal Acad, of 
Fine Arts (Venice). Author "Ancient and Mod- 
ern History;" "History of Art;" "Grammar of 
the Lotus;" "Roman and Medieval Art; 
"Renaissance and Modern Art : Greek Refine- 
ments." Member Players' and Yale (New York) 
Clubs; Architects' Soc. (Rome): Edinburgh 
^rchitectural Assn.; Soc. of Architects; Royal 
Acad, of Fine Arts (Milan); Am. Inst, of Archi- 
tects: Royal Inst, of Architects of Ireland. 

Eastern' Parkway; res, 2201 Beverly Rd., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Frank Henry Hathorn* y] 1 11' 

A. B. 1867. Scroll and Key. 2d Prize Eng- 
lish Composition and 1st Prize Brothers in 
Unity Debate, 65. 
Merchant. d- 1913 



William Henry Ingham* 



A. B. 1867. 
Merchant. 



a /. n' 

d. 1903 

SXi:' 

A. B. 1867; B. D. 1871. Pastor Quindaro, 

Kans., 71-72. Brother of Ross Johnston, Beta 

70. 

Clergyman. d. 1876 



Alexander Johnston* 



104 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1867-68 



Luther Hart Kitchel* 



ri\kV 



Harpin Meigs Lum* 



A. B. 1867; M. D. 1871 Univ. of Buffalo. 
Teacher Plymouth Hollow, N. Y., 67-68; House 
Phys. and Surg. Buffalo General Hosp., 71-72. 
Brother of Cornelius Ladd Kitchel, Beta 62 
and Courtney Smith Kitchel, Beta 65. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1903 

Hvn' 

d. 1866 

Matthew Derbyshire Mann S ^ tc' 

A. B. 1867; A. M. 1870; M. D. 1871 Columbia. 
Clinical Lecturer on Gynecology, Yale, 79-82; 
Prof, of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Univ. of 
Buffalo, 82-10; Consulting Gynecologist and 
Obstetrician Buffalo General Hosp.; Pres. Am. 
Gynecology Soc, 94. Author "Manual of Pre- 
scription Writing." Member University Club. 
Brother of Tames Ford Mann, Beta 59. 
Physician and Educator. 
37 Allen St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

James Fiske Merriam a tc I 

A. B. 1867; B. D. 1870 Andover Theol. Sem. 
Skull and Bones. 1st Prize in Declamation and 
English Composition, 65; Commencement Orator. 
Pastor, Farmington, Conn., 71-73; Indian Or- 
chard, Mass., 76-79. Brother of George Spring 
Merriam, Beta 64 and Edward Fiske Merriam, 
Beta 70. 
Writer. 

Conn. Institute for the Blind, 74 Niles St., 
Hartford, Conn. 



Charles Leslie Morgan* 



H o 7u' 



A. B. 1867. Brother of William Dare Morgan, 

Beta 58. 

Merchant. (j_ i89S 



Francis Griffith Newlands 



TQX^ 



A. M. 1901. 3d Prize in English Composition 
and Brothers in Unity Debate, 65. Member of 
Congress from Nev., 93-03; U. S. Senator 
since 03. Member Metropolitan and Cosmos 
(Washington. D. C), Pacific Union (San Fran- 
cisco) and Commercial (Reno, Nev.) Clubs. 
United States Senator. 

Court St., Reno, Nev., and Woodley, Woodley 
Lane. Washington, D. C. 

Ernest Robinson* S p I 

A. B. 1867; A. M. 1870. 

Insurance. j. 1870 

Horatio Seymour* y] ^ p' 

A. B. 1867; A. M. 1871. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull 
and Bones. State Engineer and Surveyor of 
New York, 78-82. 
Civil Engineer. d. 1907 

Franklin Monroe Sprague a t 11' 

A. M. 1902. 1st English Composition Prize and 
2d Prize in Linonia Debate, 65. 1st Lieut 11th 
Inf. Regiment Conn. Vols., 61-62: Capt., 62; 
Pastor, Leon, Wis., 75-76; Sparta, 76-77: 
Carlisle, Mass., 77-79; Indian Orchard, 
Springfield, 79-85; Springfield, 85—. Author 
"Socialism from Genesis to Revelation;" "The 
Laws of Social Evolution" and "Made in Ger- 
many." 
Clergyman. 
Bay Shore Blvd., Tampa, Fla. 

Ernest Gordon Stedman* H y I' 

A. B. 1867; LL. B. 1869 Columbia. 

Lawyer. d. 1907 



William Lewis Stevenson* 



A. B. 1867. 
Merchant. 



S 0) 7C' 
d. 1879 



Ebenezer Fowler Stoddard* y) ^ 11' 

A. B. 1867. Member Wooden Spoon Commit- 
tee, 66. 
Manufacturer. d. 1877. 



Edward Van Schoonhoven* 

Merchant. 

Homer Weston 

Initiated by the Xi 



d. 1907 



d. 1912 



George Peabody Wetmore H o) tc' 

A. B. 1867; A. M. 1871; LL. B. 1869 Columbia. 
Skull and Bones; Phi Theta Psi; Delta Kappa; 
Linonia. Presidential Elector for R. I., 80 and 
84; Governor of R. I., 85-87; U. S. Senator 
from R. I., 95-13; Trustee Peabody Museum of 
Natural History, Yale Univ. ; Peabody Educa- 
tion Fund: Pres. Newport Hosp. Member New- 
Iiort Reading Room; Newport Casino, Hope 
(Providence), Somerset (Boston), Union, Cen- 
tury, Metropolitan, Knickerbocker, University, 
Down Town, Union League (New York), 
Metropolitan, Alibi and Chevy (^hase (Wash- 
ington, D. C.) Clubs. 
Newport. R. I. 



1868 

Coburn Dewees Berry* S ^ >c' 

Skull and Bones. 



A. B. 1868; A. M. 1871. 
Wooden Spoon Man 67. 
Lawyer. 



d. 1911 



William Chittenden Bragg* H a IC 

A. B. 1868. Scroll and Kev. 

Lawyer. d. 1895 

Chauncey Bruce Brewster a 3 K' 

A. B. 1868; A. M. 1871; D. D. 1898; B. D. 1872 
Berkeley Divinity School; D. D. 1897 Trinity; 
D. D. 1901 Wesleyan. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull 
and Bones. 1st Declamation Prize, 66; 1st 
Prizes in English Composition, 66 and 68; 1st 
Prizes in Linonia Debate. 65. 66 and 68; (Com- 
mencement Orator. Asst. Minister St. Andrew's 
Church, Meriden, 72-73; Rector Christ Church, 
Rye, N. Y., 73-81; Christ Church, Detroit, 81-85: 
Grace Church, Baltimore, 85-88; Grace Church, 
Brooklyn, 88-97; Consecrated Coadjutor fiishop 
Conn., 97-99: P. E. Bishop of Conn, 
since 99. Author "The Key of Life;" 
"Aspects of Revelation;" "The Catholic Ideal;" 
"The Kingdom of God and American Life." 
Member Graduates' Club (New Haven). Brother 
of William Joseph Brewster, Beta 81 and Ben- 
jamin Brewster, Beta 82. 
Protestant Episcopal Bishop. 
98 Woodland St., Hartford, Conn.- 



John Marvin Chapin* 



yjyO' 



Scroll and Kev. Preached under the auspices of 
A. B. 1868; B. D. 1872 Hartford Theol. Sem. 
the Y. M. C. A., North Blandford, Mass., 69; 
Pastor First Church, West Springfield, Mass., 72. 
Clergyman. d. 1872 



1868] 



BETA CHAPTER 



105 



LeBaron Bradford Colt 



Y) O o' 



A. B. 1868; LL. D. 1905; LL. B. 1870 and LL. 
D. 1904 Columbia; A. M. 1882 and LL. D. 1914 
Brown. Skull and Bones. Member R. I. Legis- 
lature, 79-81; U. S. Uist. Judge, 81-84; U. S. 
Circuit Judge 1st Judicial Circuit, 84-13; U. S. 
Senator from R. I. since 1.^. Member Hope, 
Turk's Head, Rhode Island Country and Chevy 
Chase (Md.) Clubs. 
United States Senator, 

233 Senate Office Bldg., Washington, D. C; res, 
105 Waterman St., Providence, R. I. 

Cornelius DiiBois, Jr. 

Initiated by the Gamma 

William Abbott Hamilton* H t K' 

A. B. 1868; M. D. 1876 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key. .Sec. Beethoven Soc. On Staff Bellevue 
Hosp., New York. N. Y., 76-78. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1881 



John Robb Holmes 

Merchant. 

(285 Congress PL, Pasadena, Cal.) 

William Allison McKinney 



Y] t y. 



(tX o' 

A. B. 1868; LL. B. 1871 Columbia. Skull and 

Bones. 1st and 3d Prizes English Composition, 

66; 2d Prize, 68; 2d Prize Linonia Debate, 68; 

Editor Yale Literary Magasine, 67-68. Sec. N. 

Y. State Council of Political Reform, Albany, 

71-72. 

Lawyer. 

(84 Henry St., Binghamton, N. Y.) 



George Manierre 



'OJA' 



A. B. 1868; A. M. 1893; LL. B. 1869 Columbia. 
Life Trustee Field Museum of Natural History 
and Newberry Library. Member Chicago His- 
torical Soc; Art Inst.; Chicago, Mid-day and 
Saddle and Cycle Clubs. 
Real Estate. 

112 W. Adams St.; res. 100 Bellevue PL, 
Chicago, 111. 



Frank Moore* 



Sak"' 



A. B. 1868. 3d Declamation Prize, 66. 
Merchant. d. 1915 



Oliver Cromwell Morse 



Tl tp x 



A. B. 1868; D. D. 1904 Rollins Coll. Kappa 
Sigma Epsilon; Phi Theta Psi. 3d Prize in 
Declamation; 3d Prize in Brothers in Unity 
Prize Debate; Varuna Gig Crew. Agent For- 
eign Sunday School Assn.; General Sec. Y. M. 
C. A.; Asst. State Sec. Y. M. C. A.; Corres- 
ponding Sec. and Instr. International Y. M. 
C. A. Training School, Springfield, Mass.; 
Vice-Pres. Rollins Coll. and The Bible Teacher 
Training School; Executive Sec. Bible League 
of North America and Corresponding Sec. 
National Bible Inst.; Corresponding Sec. 
Building Committee Brooklyn Eye and Ear 
Hosp. Brother of Richard Cary Morse, Beta 
62. 

Corresponding Secretary. 

Building Committee, Brooklyn Eye and Ear 
Hosp., 94 Livingston St., Brooklyn; res. Green- 
lawn, N. Y. 



Charles Edwin Searls 



HxK' 



A. B. 1868. Wolf's Head. First Dispute. 
Town Clerk (Thompson), 67-70; t^onn. House of 
Representatives, 71 and 86; Senate, 09; State's 
Atty., Windham County, 03-17; Delegate Re- 



publican National Convention, 96; Pres. Wind- 
ham County Bar Assn. Member Windham 
County Bar, Am. Bar and State Bar Assns. 
Lawyer. 
18 Elm St., Putnam; res. Thompson, Conn. 

James Kingsley Thacher* a O' 

A. B. 1868; M. D. 1879. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. 2d English Composition 
Prize, 68. Prof, of Physiolog". 79-88. Brother 
of Thomas Thacher, Beta 71, Edward Stanley 
Thacher, Beta 72. Alfred Beaumont Thacher, 
Beta 74, John Seymour Thacher, Beta 77, 
Sherman Day Thacher, Beta 83 and William 
Earned Thatcher, Beta 87. 
Physician and Educator. d. 1891 

Nathaniel Phillips Smith Thomas* 

H X o' 

A. B. 1868; LL. B. 1870 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key. 2d Declamation Prize, 66; 3d Prize 
Brothers in Unity Debate, 67. Member R. I. 
Legislature, 74-76; Board of Education for 
Wickford, 75. Brother of Elisha S'mith 
Thomas, Beta 58 and Aaron Smith Thomas, 
Beta 69. 
Lawyer. d. 1890 

SO/ 



Anson Phelps Tinker* 



A. B. 1868; B. D. 1872 Andover Theol. Sem. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. Editor 
Yale Literary Magasine, 67-68; 1st Declamation 
Prize, 66; two 1st prizes in English Composi- 
tion, 66; 2d Prize, 68; 2d Prizes, Brothers in 
Unity Debate, 65, 66 and 68; Townsend Pre- 
mium, 68; Philosophical Oration at Commence- 
ment. Pastor High Street Church, Aubiirn, 
Maine, 73-82; Fort Street Presbyterian Church, 
Detroit, Mich.,' 82-84; Capitol Ave. Church, 
Denver, Colo., 85-86. 
Clergyman. d. 1886 



James Trimble* 



V.YJ 



A. B. 1868. U. S. Commissioner of Internal 
Revenue, 81; Special U. S. Commissioner 
Court of Claims, Middle Dist. of Tenn., 74-80; 
and Asst. U. S. Dist. Atty., 70-72; Member 
Tenn. Legislature, 81-82; Senator State of 
Tenn., 86-87. 
Lawyer. d. 1911 



Edward Jefferson Tytus* 



•»] 9 o 

A. B. 1868. Skull and Bones. Member 

Wooden Spoon Committee. Brother of John 
Butler Tytus, Beta 70. 

Merchant. d. 1881 



Samuel Watson* 



Ht];0' 



A. B. 1868; LL. B. 1870 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Senator State of Tenn., 81. Brother 
of William Parsons Watson, Beta 69. 
Lawyer. d. 1903 



Frederick Wesson* 



Y) 9 o 



A. M. 1888. Brother of Charles Howland Wes- 
son. Beta 63. 
Merchant. d. 1904 

Samuel H Wheeler S ^ K' 

A. B. 1868. Scroll and Key. 

Capitalist. 

(1188 Main St.. Bridgeport, Conn.) 

William Curtis Wood* H ^ o* 

A. B. 1868; A. M. 1871. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. Woolsey Scholar in Yale, 65- 



106 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1868-69 



68; 3d Prize, Brothers in Unity Debate, 66; 2d 
Mathematical Prize, 68; 1st English Composi- 
tion Prize, 66; 2d Prize, 68. Teacher Hopkins 
Grammar School, New Haven, Conn., 68-69. 
Educator. d. 187S 



Enoch Day Woodbridge* 

A. B. 1868; M. D. 1872 Columbia. 
Bellevue Hosp., 72-75. 
Physician and Surgeon. 



Tt (0 O' 

House Surg. 

d. 1887 



1869 



Frank Atwood* 



Second Prize Linonia Debate, 66; 1st Prize, 67; 
two 2d Prize English Composition, 67. 

d. 1867 



Lyman Hotchkiss Bagg* 



S0S' 



A. B. 1869; A. M. 1872. 3d English Composi- 
tion Prize, 67; Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 
68-69; Managing Editor Yale College Conrant. 
70-71; Mgr. Harvard-Yale boat race New Lon- 
don, Conn.. 78-83, and Editor Boat Race Bulletin. 
Member Executive Committee Yale Alumni 
Assn. of New York, 78-79. Author "Four Years 
at Yale, by a Graduate of 69;" "History of Yale 
Boating and the Bully Club;" "Ten thousand 
Miles on a Bicycle, by Karl Kron;" "Letters of 
Mark: a College Tragedy in 3 Acts" and "Con- 
stitution of the Yale Navy." 
Journalist, Author and Publisher. d. 1911 

Henry Clay Bannard a 5 V 

A. B. 1869. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and 
Bones; Gamma Nu; Brothers in Unity. Purser 
Yale Navy, 68-69; 3d Prize Brothers in Unity 
Freshman Debate; 2d Prize Junior Debate; 
2d Declamation Prize, 67; 1st and 3d Prizes in 
English Composition, 67; 1st Prize, 69; Town- 
send Premium, 69; Commencement Orator. 
Member Chicago, Yale, Mid-Day and Univer- 
sity (Chicago) and LTniversitv (New York) 
Clubs. Brother of Otto Trcmont Bannard, 
Beta 76. 
Manufacturer. 

38 S. Dearborn St.; res. 36 Bellevue PI., 
Chicago, 111. 



Everette Meredith Bass* 



Hv,V 



Prosecuting Atty., Ashland, Mo., 84-88. 
Lawyer. d. 1900 

Silliman Blagden* r; s S' 

A. B. 1869; LL. B. 1871 Columbia. Author 

"Address to all Ambassadors of Christ in the 

World." 

Evangelist. d. 1907 



Winfield Scott Braddock 



[X D [jl' 



Special Agent and Chief of the Bounty Land 
Division in the U. S. Pension Office, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 74-76. 
Journalist. 

Alexander Lardner Brown* S y) ?* 

A. B. 1869; A. M. 1872. Skull and Bones. 
Member Wooden Spoon and Junior Exhibi- 
tion Committees, 68; Pres. Beethoven Soc, 
68-69. Brother of Henry Armitt Brown, Beta 
65. 
Merchant. d. 1880 



Sylvester Foristall Bucklin* « [x A' 

A. B. 1869. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 

Teacher Reform School, Jamesburg, N. J., 70- 

72; Member School Committee Norfolk, Mass., 

75-88. 

Farmer. d. 1893 



Franklin Sheder Buell 



Y] T v' 



A. B. 1869. 

Real Estate. 

877 Ellicott Sq. Bldg.; res. 293 Pennsylvania 

St., Buffalo, N. Y. 



William Chalmers Clarke* 

A. B. 1869. 
Merchant. 



HvX' 



d. 1915 



Edward Ritzema DeGrove* S G M' 

A. B. 1869; A. M. 1872; LL. B. 1871 Columbia. 
Lawyer. d. 1911 

Frank Benjamin Denton y^ a E' 

A. B. 1869; A. M. 1872. Scroll and Key; Phi 
Theta Xi; Wooden Spoon Committee. Mem- 
ber Middletown and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Financier (retired). 

41 North St.; res. 17 Orchard St., Middletown, 
N. Y. 



John Chester Eno* 



Hir 



A. B. 1869. Skull and Bones. Member Junior 
Exhibition Committee, 68; Wooden Spoon Man, 
68. Brother of Henry Clay Eno, Beta 60. 
Banker. d. 1914 



Alexander Hamilton Ewing* 



A. B. 1869. Two 3d Prizes English Composi- 
tion, 67; Vice-Pres. Beethoven Soc, 68-69. 
Member Yale Geological Expedition to the West, 
69-70; Trustee General Theol. Sem., P. E. 
Church, 72-76; St. Luke's Hosp., Chicago, 72-75. 
Clerk. d. 1890 

John Pierrepont Codrington Foster* 

rrit 

A. B. 1869; M. D. 1875; A. M. (Hon.) 1909. 
Skull and Bones. Instr. in Anatomy Yale Coll. 
77-88. Post Surg. New Haven. Brother of 
Eleazar Kingsbury Foster, Beta 6i. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1910 



Frank Harwood Hamlin 



Y]p V 



A. B. 1869; LL. B. 1870 Albany Law School. 

Chairman Yale College Conrant Board, 68-69. 

Lawyer. 

70 Main St.; res. 152 Gibson St., Canandaigua, 

N. Y. 

James Joy* ^ C A' 

A. B. 1869. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Merchant. 



Gardiner Lathrop* 



d. 1910 

tj;WX' 

A. B. 1869; A. M. 1872; A. B. 1867 Univ. of 
Mo., -'\. M. 1870 and LL. D. 1907; LI. B. 
1873 Harvard; LL. D. 1907 Washington (Mo.). 
Phi Beta Kappa. Salutatorium. U. S. Commis- 
sioner, U. S. (Circuit Court for the Dist. of Mo., 
71-73; Member Board of Education, 82-88. 
Lawyer. 



1869-70] 



BETA CHAPTER 



107 



Henry Lear 



Ho 



[Frank] x\ustin Scott 



S3C 



A. B. 1S69; A. .M. 187J. Phi Beta Kappa; 

Skull and Bones; Phi Theta Psi; Gamma Nu. 

2d Prizes in English Composition, 67 and 

(.'ommencement Orator. 

Insurance. 

(."ommercial Trust Bldg. ; res. School Lane 

Pulaski Ave., (Germautown) Philadelphia, 



69; 



and 
Pa. 



Adrian \'anSinderen Lindsley, Jr.* 

A. B. 1869. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
Real Estate. d. 1900 



Charles Edward Mason* 

Merchant. 



H V ^' 

d. 1884 

jOA' 



Phi Beta Kappa. 

d. 1909 



John Ulendorf, Jr.''' 

A. B. 1869; A. M. 1872. 
Lawyer. 

Theodore Philander Prudden* ? «j^ A' 

A. B. 1869; A. M. 1872; S. T. B. 1873. Prin- 
cipal High School, Branford, Conn., 69-70; 
Pastor Plymouth Church, Lansing, Mich., 74-85; 
Lovell Street Church, Chicago, III., 85. Author 
"Twenty Years of the History of the Plymouth 
Church, Lansing, Mich." and "Christianity and 
the Natural Sciences." 
Clergyman. d. 1915 



Henry Warren Raymond 



A. B. 1869; A. M. 1872; LL. B. 1871 Columbia. 
Skull and Bones; Theta Psi; Kappa Sigma 
Epsilon: Linonia. 2d Prize Linonia Debate (1), 
(2), (3); two 2d Prizes in English Composition 
(2) and 2d Prize C4); 3d Declamation Prize 
<2); 1st Broadsword Prize (3); Junior Exhibi- 
tion Committee (3); Editor Literary Magazine 
(3), (4). Author "Story of Saranac." Mem- 
ber Union League (Philadelphia), Yale (New 
York), Science and Art (Germantown, Pa.) and 
Chicago Literary Clubs; National Geographic Soc. ; 
Order of Cincinnati; Mayflower Descendants; 
Soc. of Founders and Patriots of U. S.; Soc. of 
Colonial Wars; Sons of Revolution; Military 
Order Foreign Wars; Union Soc. of Our Civil 
War. 

Warehouseman. 

Guarantee Storage Co., 1317 Brown St., Phil- 
adelphia; res. 6335 Burbridge St., German- 
town, Pa. 



Rufus Byam Richardson* 



7)6 



A. B. 1869; Ph. D. 1878: S. T. B. 1883. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 1st Berkleian 
Latin Premium and 1st Prize, Brothers in Unity 
Debate, 66; 2d and 3d Prizes English Composi- 
tion, 67; 2d Prize, 69: Yale Literary Essay 
Medal, 68; Berkeley Scliolar in Yale, 69-72. 
Principal High School, Chicopee, Mass., 78-80; 
Prof, of Greek. Ind. State Univ.. 80-82; Dart- 
mouth Coll. 82-88. Member Am. Philological 
Assn. 
Educator. 



d. 1914 

XCK' 

d. 1914 



Howell Williams Robert* 

A. B. 1869. Scroll and Key. 

[Abel] Herbert Bellows Robeson 

9 RE'' 

A. B. 1869. Scroll and Key. 

Farmer. 

(Marcus, Iowa). 



A. B. 1869; A. M. 1870 Univ. of Mich.; Ph. D. 
1873 yniv. of Leipzig; LL. D. 1891 Princeton 
and 1914 Rutgers. Phi Beta Kappa. 2d 
Prize Brothers in Unity Debate, 66; 1st 
Declamation Prize, 67; Editor, Yale College 
Courant, 68-69. Instr. in German Univ. of 
Mich., 73-75; Assoc, in Johns Hopkins Univ., 
75-82; Prof, of History " Rutgers Coll., 82-88. 
Educator. 
(Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J.) 



Aaron Smith Thomas* 



HXE'' 



A. B. 1869. Phi Beta Kapna. Brother of 
Elisha Smith Thomas, Beta 58 and Nathaniel 
Phillips Smith Thomas, Beta 68. 
Manufacturer. d- 1915 



William Parsons Watson* 



MU' 



1911 



A. B. 1869. 2d Prize Brothers in Unity De- 
bate, 66; 1st Declamation Prize 67. Brother of 
Samuel Watson, Beta 68. 
Civil Engineer. d. 1910 

Theodore Frelinghuysen Welch* a co X' 

A. B. 1869. Phi Beta Kapna. High Oration at 
Commencement. Principal Public School, Cat- 
taraugus. N. Y.. 69-70: Acad. Addison, 70-7.!; 
Deputy Clerk Cattaraugus County, Little Val- 
ley, 73. 
Lawyer. 

Eli Whitney H x X' 

A. B. 1869. Scroll and Key; Delta Kappa; 
Phi Theta Psi. Member Wooden Spoon Com- 
mittee. Alderman and Park Commissioner, 
84-86; Member New Haven Board of Public 
Works, 85-90; Board of Education, 91-94; 
Pres., 97-09; Member Conn. Senate, 05-06; 
Pres. New Haven Hosp. since 01; Vice-Pres. 
Chamber of Commerce, 09-11; Vice-Pres. New 
Haven Colony Historical Soc. Member Soc. 
of Colonial Wars; Soc. War of 1812; Sons of 
Am Reovlution; General Hosp. Soc. of Connec- 
ticut (Pres.); Century, University, Engineers, 
and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Banker. 
800 Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn. 



1870 

John Wallingford Andrews, Jr.* 

HaN' 

A. B. 1870; LL. B. 1874 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Skull and Bones. 1st Prizes Linonia 
Debate. 67, 68 and 70; 2d Prize, 69; Honor- 
able Mention for English Composition, 69; 
Townsend Premium, 70; Commencement Ora- 
tor. U. S. Atty. for Mont., 79-80. 
Lawyer. d. 1880 

Edward Dement a a v' 

A. M 1891; LL. B. 1874 Columbia. Delta 
Kappa; Phi Theta Psi; Linonia. Mem- 
ber Union, University, Century, Yale, Grolier 
(New York) and Graduates' (New Haven) 
Clubs. 

Financier (retired). 
7 Place de la Madeleine, Pans, France. 



James Bronson Camp* 



^CN' 



Member Thanksgiving Jubilee Committee. 69. 

d. 1870 



108 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1870 



John Scudder Chandler 



Y)^M' 



A. B. 1870; B. D. 1873; A. M. 1873. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Gamma Nu; Brothers in Unity. 
Philosophical Oration; Runk Scholarship; 2d 
Sophomore Mathematical Prize; Sec. and Treas. 
Am. INIadura Mission; Member Government 
Boards, Municipal Counsel, etc. Author "The 
Jesuit Mission in Madura;" "75 Years in the 
Madura Mission;" "A Madura Missionary." 
Brother of Edward Herrick Chandler, Beta 85. 
Literary Missionary and Lexicographer. 
Senate House, Univ. of Madras; res. Sunny- 
side, Rayapettah, Madras, S. India. 

Jothani Henry Cumming's* a S \t' 

A. B. 1870. Two 1st Prizes English Composi- 
tion, 68; Vice-Pres. Linonia, 69; Editor Yale 
Literary Magazine, 69-70. Instr. Betts' Acad., 
Stamford, Conn., 70-71; Principal High School, 
Fort Wayne, Ind., 71-72; Hartford, Conn., 72- 
76; Thompsonvillc, 76-77; Supt. of Schools, 
Sparta, Wis., 77-83; Anoka, Minn., 83-88. 
Educator. d. 1911 



John Elhott Curran* 



AR 



A. B. 1870; LL. B. 1873 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Scroll and Key. 2d Prize English Com- 
position, 68. Brother of George Langford 
Curran, Beta 63. 
Lawyer. d. 1890 



Edward SaHsbury Dana 



St^N' 



A. B. 1870; A. M. 1874; Ph. D. 1876. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. Hurlbut Scholar 
in Yale. 67-68; Philosophical Orations at Junior 
Exhibition. 69 and at Commencement. Adjunct 
Prof. 79-88; Curator Peabody Mineralogical 
Cabinet, 74-88; Geologist on a Government Re- 
connaissance under Colonel Ludlow in Mont., 
75 and Author of the report; Trustee of 
the Peabody Museum, 85. Member K. K. 
Geologische Reichsanstalt (Vienna") \uthor 
"Text-book of Mineralogy;" "Appendix to 
Dana's Sy.stem of Mineralogy;' "Elementary 
Mechanics;' "On the Specific Heat of Zircon- 
ium, etc.;" "Thermoelectric Properties of Min- 
erals;" "Crystallographic Studies of Datolite, 
Chrondrodite, Monazte, Spodumene, Stibnite, 
Ftp." Brother of Arnold Guyot Dana, Beta 83. 
Educator. 
(24 Hillhouse Ave., New Haven, Conn.) 

Robert Weeks de Forest x N X ; y) X M' 

A. B. 1870; A. M. 1873; LL. D. 1904; LL. B. 
1872 Columbia. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and 
Key. Junior Exhibition Committee, 69; Com- 
mencement Orator. Major and Judge Advo- 
cate, 1st Brigade, N. G. N. Y., 75-76; Mem- 
ber Executive Committee, New York B-Tr Assn., 
87; Sec. Yale Alumni Assn. of New York, 74- 
80 and Vice-Pres., 86; Editor 8th General 
Catalogue; Pres. Mcropolitan Museum of Arts, 
New York City Art Commission, New York 
Charity (Organization Soc. and National Confer- 
ence Charities, 03; Vice-Pres. Russell Sage Foun- 
dation and Am. Red Cross; Member Executive 
Council of the Psi Upsilon Fraternity, 69-71 ; 72- 
73. Author "The Tenement House Problem." 
Member Down Town Assn.; Century, Univer- 
sity, Grolier. Ausable, Jekvl Island and Metro- 
politan (Wa.shington D. C.) Clubs. Brother of 
Lockwood de Forest, Lambda 72 and Henry 
Wheeler de Forest, Beta 76. 
Lawyer. 

30 Broad St.; res. 7 Washington Sq. N., New 
York, N. Y. 

Henry Jackson Faulkner* a £ v* 

A. B. 1870. Scroll and Key. Member Wooden 
Spoon Committee, 69. County Clerk of Volusia 



County, Fla., 84-88. Brother of Samuel Dorr 

Faulkner, Beta 59. 

Banker. d. 188S 



George Bird Grinnell 



HxN' 



A. B. 1870; Ph. D. 1880. Scroll and K 
Kappa Sigma Epsilon; Phi Theta Psi. U. S. 
Commissioner to negotiate with Blackfeet and 
Fort Belknap Indians for purchase of lands. 
Author "Pawnee Hero Stories and Folk Tales;" 
"Blackfoot Lodge Tales;" "The Story of the 
Indian;" "The Indians of To-day;" "Punish- 
ment of the Stingy;" "Blackfeet Indian Stor- 
ies;" "Jack the Young Ranchman;" "Jack 
Among the Indians;" "Jack in the Rockies;" 
"Jack the Young Canoeman;" "Jack the Young 
Trapper;" "Jack the Young Explorer;" "Jack 
the Young Cowboy;" "American Duck Shoot- 
ing;" "American (5ame Bird Shooting;" "Brief 
History of the Boone and Crockett Club;" 
"Trails of the Pathfinders;" "Beyond the Old 
Frontier;" "The Wolf Hunter;" "The Fight- 
ing Cheyennes." Member Union, University, 
Century. Boone and Crockett and Narrows Is- 
land Clubs. Brother of Frank Lansing and 
Morton Grinnell. Beta 75 and W^illiam Milne 
Grinnell, Beta 81. 
Author. 
(238 E. 15th St., New York, N. Y.) 



William Curtis Gulliver* 



S9[x' 



A. B. 1870; A. M. 1874; LL. B. 1874 Columbia. 
Skull and Bones. 1st Prize Brothers in Unity 
Debate, 67; two 1st English Composition Prizes, 
68; 1st Prizes, 69 and 70; Chairman Yale Liter- 
ary Magazine Board, 69-70; Towsend Prem- 
ium, 70. Prof, of Languages, Knox Coll., Tenii., 
71-72; Member Executive Committee Yale 
Alumni Assn., 78-80: of the Committee New 
York Bar Assn. on Judicial Nominations, 87. 
Lawyer. d. 1909 



John Plenry Hewes 



Y]^M' 



A. B. 1870. 

Manufacturer. 

(29 Warren St., New York, N. Y.) 



Ross Johnston" 



A. B. 1870; A. M. 1873. Skull and Bones. 
Member Wooden Spoon Committee, 69. Brother 
of Alexander Johnston, Beta 67. 
Merchant. d. 1885 



Robert Kelly* 



H <p v' 



A. B, 1870; A. M. 1873; LL. B. 1873 Columbia. 
Scroll and Kev. Brother of William Kelly, 
Beta 74. 
Manufacturer. d. 1916 



S X pi' 



Edwin xA-Ugustus Lewis* 

A. B. 1870; A. M. 1873; M. D. 1873 Bellevue 
Hosp. Med. Coll. Scroll and Key. Pres. Yale 
Univ. Base Ball Club, 69-70. On Staff of Belle- 
vue Hosp., 73-75; Prof, of Anatomy, and Visit- 
ing .Surg. Long Island Coll. Hosp.; Surg. _ to 
Brooklyn City Dispensary, 75-88; Consulting 
Phys. Home for the Friendless; Surg. 23d Reg- 
iment N. G. N. Y., 77-88. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1911 

George Francis Lincoln* ''I Y '''' 

A. B. 1870; LL. B. 1875 Columbia. U. S. 

Consul, Stettin, Germany, 80-83; Aix-la-Cha- 
pelle, S3. 

IT. S. Consul. d. 1903 



1870-71 



BETA CHAPTER 



109 



James Gore King McClure H t N^ 

A. B. 1870; B. D. 1873 Princeton Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1888 Lake Forest Univ.; D. D. 1906 
Princeton and Yale Univ.; LL. D. 1904 111. 
Coll. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. Trus- 
tee Lake Forest Univ.; Pastor New Scotland, 
N. Y., 74-79; Lake Forest, 111., 81-05; Pres. 
Lake Forest Univ. 97-01; Pres McCormick 
Theol. Sem. since 05. Author "Possibilities;" 
"Environment;" "The Man Who Wanted to 
Help;" "Intercessory Prayer;" "Living for the 
Best;" "Loyaltv the Soul of Religion;" "Sti- 
preme Things." Member Onwentsia and Uni- 
versity Clubs. 
Educator. 
2348 N. Halsted St., Chicago, 111. 

Samuel St John McCutchen* or « M" 

A. B. 1870; LL. B. 1872 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Skull and Bones. Member Wooden 
Spoon Committee, 69. 
Lawyer. d. 1915 

Henry Biirrall Mason S p v*" 

A. B. 1870; LL. B. 1874 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones. Orator at Linonia Statement of Facts, 
69; 1st Prize Linonia Prize Debate, 67; 2d, 68; 
2d Prize in English Composition, 68; Townsend 
Premium, 70; 3d Prize Columbia Law School, 74. 
Member Illinois State Board of Law Exam- 
iners. Brother of Edward Gay Mason, Beta 60 
and Alfred Bishop Mason. Beta 71 and unc'e 
of Henry Eager Mason, Beta 89. 
Lawyer. 

69 W. Washington St.; res. 150 E. Superior St., 
Chicago, 111. 



Edward Fiske Merriam* 



Y] TC [JL' 



A. B. 1870. Brother of George Spring Merriam, 
Beta 64 and James Fiske Merriam, Beta 67. 
Journalist. d. 1896 



George Douglas Miller 



S^/ 



A. B. 1870. Delta Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. Li- 
brarian of Linonia, 70-71; Chairman Beta 
Committee to Raise Funds for a Chapter House, 
68; Editor Yale College Courant. Editor 8th 
General Catalogue. Member New England 
Historic-Genealogical Soc. Brother of Alan- 
son Douglas Miller, Beta 64 and uncle of Wil- 
liam Douglas Ward. Phi 99. 
Deer Island, Alexandria Bay, New York. 



Charles Edward Perkins* 



A. B. 1870. 
Broker. 



Samuel Atwater Raymond* 



d. 1912 



A. B. 1870. Declamation Prize, 68. 

Real Estate. d. 1915 

larles McCormick Reeve H ^ v^ 

A. B. 1870; A. M. 1873. Wolf's Head; Delta 
Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. 2d English Composition 
Prize and 2d Declamation Prize, 68; 4 Prizes in 
Linonia Prize Debates, 67-70; Pres. Beethoven 
See; Pres. and Mgr. Glee Club; Crew. Mem- 
ber Russian Relief Commission, 91-92; Minn. 
Legislature, 91-92; Sec. Minn. World's Fair 
Commission, 92-93; Brigadier General, U. S. 
Vis. and 1st Am. Military Chief of Police of 
Manila, P. I., 98-99; Dir. and Treas. Minneapo- 
lis Athenaeum, 79. Author "How We Went and 
What We Saw." Member Loyal Legion; Aztec 
Club of 47; Foreign Wars; Spanish War 
Veterans; Navy League; Granduates (New 
Haven, Conn.), Yale (New York. N. Y.), La- 
fayette, Automobile (Minneapolis) and Country 
(Coronado) Clubs. 
Minnetonka Beach, Minn. 



John Waldo Shattuck 



ffoN' 



A. B. 1870. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
MembeV Wooden Spoon Committee, 69; Junior 
Exhibition Committee, 69. 
(112 St. James PI., Atlantic City, N. J.) 



Charles Edward Shepard 



Y] (J 



M' 



A. B. 1870. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Theta Psi; 
Kappa Sigma Epsilon. 1st and 2d English 
Composition Prizes, 68; Honorary Mention, 69; 
Junior Rhetorical Prize. 69; Townsend Prem- 
ium, 70; Pres. of Brothers in Unity, 69; Editor 
Yale College Courant, 69-70. Library Com- 
missioner Fond du Lac, Wis., 75-78; Seattle, 
95, 00-08; Assemblyman Wis. Legislature, 81- 
83; Uniform Law Commissioner (Wash.) since 
05; Chancellor Diocese of Olympia P. E. 
Church since 08. Author "Wisconsin Digest. 
"Golden Lives." Member Am. Bar, Wash. 
State Bar and Seattle Bar Assns.; Selden Soc; 
National Civic Federation; Seattle Fine Arts 
Assn. and University Club. 

Lawyer. ^ „ , ^ 

614 New York Bldg.; res. 1220 Boylston 
Ave., Seattle, Wash. 



Scroll and Key. 

d. 1901 

S8v' 



d. 1893 



Benjamin Silliman* 

A. B. 1870; A. M. 1873 
Architect. 

John Butler Tytus* 

Brother of Edward Jefferson Tytus, Beta 68 
Merchant. 

Henry Pitt Warren 

Initiated by the Gamma 

1871 

Samuel Worcester Andrew a t w 

A. B. 1871. 

Merchant. ^, 

88 Broad St., Boston; res. 3 Grcenough PI., 
Jamaica Plains, Mass. 

Robert Wodrow Archbald H a A, 

A B 1871; LL. D. 1908 Dickinson. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Scroll and Key; Delta Kappa; Phi Theta 
Psi 2d Prize Declamation, 69; Salutatory at 
Wooden Spoon Exhibition, 70. Pres. Judge 
4Sth Judicial Dist. of Pa.; U. S. Dist. Judge, 
Middle Dist. of Pa.; U. S. Circuit Judge and 
Member U. S. Common Court. Member St. 
Andrews Soc. (Philadelphia) and State Bar 
Assn. 

Lawyer. ,, . _ 

517 connell Bldg.; res. 236 Monroe .A.ve., Scran- 
ton, Pa. 

Franklin Arnold* S 8 (O, 

A. B. 1871. Brother of William Arnold, Beta 
Merchant. d. 1915 

Frederic Lawton Auchincloss* f\x \ 

A. B. 1871; A. M. 1874. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Brother of Edgar Stirling Auchincloss, Delta 64 
and Hugh Dudley Auchincloss, Beta 79 and 
uncle of Edgar Stirling Auchincloss, Beta 96, 
Hugh Auchincloss, Beta 01, Charles Crooke 
Auchincloss, Beta 03 and James Coats and 
Gordon Auchincloss, Beta 08. 
Importer. d- 1878 

a u a" 

A. B. 1871; A. M. 1874; M. D. 1873 New York 

Univ. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 

i Wooden Spoon Committee, 70; Valedictorian. 



Clarence Edwin Beebe* 



110 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1871 



Phys. Western Homeopathic Dispensary, 73; 
Surg. New York Dispensary for Diseases of 
the Throat and Chest, 74; Prof, of Laryngology 
and Rhinology New York Homeopathic Med. 
Coll. and New York Ophthalmic Hosp. Coll.; 
Throat Surg, to the latter, 76-78; Member Am. 
Inst. Homeopathy, New York State Homeopathic 
Med. Soc; New York Chirurgical Soc. (Pres.); 
New York County Homeopathic Med Soc. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1900 



Seelye Benedict 



S^Q" 



A. B. 18715 A. M. ,1874, Scroll and Key: 
Delta Kappa; Beta I*si. Member Junior E.xhibi- 
tion Coriimittee, 70; Pres. Yale Glee Club, 
70-71. Assoc. Editor 8th General Catalogue; 
Pres. and Dir. Insurance Brokers' Assn. of 
New York. Member University, Yale, Union 
League, Apawamis, Bankers' and Manursing 
Island Clubs. 
Insurance. 

35 Nassau St.; res. 903 Park Ave., New York, 
N. Y. ■ 



Walter Hatch Charnley 



A. B. 1871. Brother of Charles Meigs and 
James Charnley, Beta 65. 
(Starrleigh Ranch, Willows, Ca!.) 



Edward Cramer* 



S % a. 



A. B. 1871; A. M. 1874. Scroll and Key. 1st 

Declamation Prize, 69. 

Banker. d. 1906 



William Tweedy Hazard* 



HtA, 

A. B. 1871. Member National Historical Soc. 
of St. Louis. 

d. 1914 



John Kasson Howe* 



?X^" 



A. B. 1871. Delta Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. Member 
Yale Alumni Advisory Board; Pres. Albany Or- 
phan Asylum; Pres. Board of Trustees 2d Pres- 
byterian Church; Member Fort Orange, Univer- 
sity, Country, University (New York) and 
Graduates' (New Haven)' Clubs. 
Mechanical Engineer. d. 1917 

Charles Livingstone Hubbard 

Initiated by the Iota 

Schuyler Brinckerhoff Jackson* y) x M* 

A. B. 1871; A. M. 1874. Scroll and Key. 
Member N. J. Legislature, 77-80; Speaker, 79; 
.Supreme Court Commissioner for N.J. ; Mastci 
and Examiner in Chancery; Trustee of the 
School Fund; Pres. Young Men's Republican 
Club of Newark; Member Common Council ot 
Newark: Lecturer on Commercial and Business 
Law Coll. of the City of Newark, 77-88; Cor- 
poration Counsel and Atty. for East Newark: 
Instr. in Commercial Law Newark Coll., 72-80; 
Member States Prison Inspection Commission. 
Brother of Joseph Cooke Jackson, Beta 57. 
.Lawyer. d. 1914 

James Dana Jones* S a a^ 

A. B. 1871; LL. B. 1874 Columbia. Asst. U. S. 
Dist. Atty. Southern Dist. of New York, 77-80. 
Brother of Dwight Arven Jones, Beta 75. 
Lawyer. d. 1898 



Lewis Bartz Landmesser 



Y)(0i}, 



A. B. 1871. Member Luzerne Co. Bar Assn. 

Lawyer and Real Estate. 

188 S. Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 



Charles Rockwell Lanman H S X " 

A. B. 1871; Ph. D. 1873; LL. D. 1902 and Aber- 
deen Univ. 1906. Phi Beta Kappa. 2d Berke- 
ley Latin Prize; 2d Clark Prize Essay; 2d Com- 
position Prize; Philosophical Oration; Com- 
mencement; Berkeley and Clark Scholars, 71- 
73; Fellow Johns Hopkins Univ., 76-77. Teacher 
of Sanskrit, 77-80; Prof, of Sanskrit Harvard 
Univ., since 80; Sec. Am. Philological Assn., 79- 
84; and Pres.; Corresponding Sec. Am. Oriental 
Soc. 84-88. Author "Noun Inflection in the 
Veda," "A Sanskrit Reader, with Vocabulary 
and Notes," "Rajagckhara's Karpura Manjari, 
Hindu Drama from Prakrit into English, with 
Notes" and "Beginnings of Hindu Pantheism." 
Fellow Am. Acad. .Arts and Sciences; Member 
Am. Philological Assn.; Am. Oriental Soc, Am. 
Philosophical Soc. and Societe de Linguistique; 
Royal Bohemian Soc. of Sciences; Asiatic Soc. 
of Bengal; Royal Asiatic Soc; Finnish-Ugrian 
Soc. (Helsingfors) ; Societe Asiatique and Deut- 
sche Morgenlandishce Gesellschaft; Royal Soc. 
of Sciences of Gottingen; Imperial Russian 
Acad, of Sciences; Royal Acad, of Sciences; 
Inst, of Bologna; Institut de France. 
Orientalist. 

Harvard University: res. 9 Farrar St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 



Robert Brinkley Lea* 



?£ A^ 



A. B. 1871. Phi Beta Kappa. The Last 
Wooden Spoon Man at Yale. Member Board 
of Education, Nashville, 79-83. 
Lawyer. d. 1895 



Charles Lyman* 



2(}^co" 



A. B. 1871; A. M. 1874. 
Merchant. 

James McNaughton* 



Scroll and Key. 

d. 1909 



He a. 

A. B. 1871; A. M. 1874. 2d Mathematical Prize, 
71. Asst. Geological Survey of Canada in 
Hudson's Strait and Bay, 85; Trustee, Albany 
Med. Coll. Member .Xm. Soc. of Civil Engi- 
neers. 
Civil Engineer. d. 1905 



Alfred Bishop Mason 



??^. 



A. B. 1871; A. M. 1874. Phi Beta Kappa: 
.Skull and Bones; Phi Theta Psi. Editor Yale 
Literary Magazine; 1st Linonian Prize, 69 and 
2d, 70. Member Chicago Board of Education; 
Chairman Finance Committee N. Y. Civil Ser- 
vice Reform Assn.; Pres. Manhattan .Single Tax 
Club. Author "Primer of Political Economy:" 
"Tom Strong, Washington's Scout;" "Tom 
Strong, Boy-Captain;" "Tom Strong, Junior; 
"Tom Strong, Third." Member University and 
Tu.xedo Clubs. Brother of Edward Gay ^lason, 
Beta 60 and Henry Burrall Mason, Beta 70 and 
uncle of Henry Eager Mason, Beta 89. 
Retired. 
150 W. 59th St., New York, N. Y. 



Frederick Mead 



H?a" 



A. B. 1871; A. M. 1874. Skull and Bones; 

Delta Kappa; Theta Psi. Member University 

and Yale Clubs. Brother of Herman Rogers 

Mead, Beta 77. 

Merchant (retired). 

138 Pearl St.; res. 1 W. 56th St., New York, 

N. Y. 



William Shaw Moody* 



S^6), 



A. B. (post obit.) 1871. 
Student. 



Scroll and Key. 



d. 1871 



1871-72] 



BETA CHAPTER 



111 



Frederick Everest Murray fit '^<. 

Asst. Postmaster, Canandaigua, N. V. 77-83. 
Mining Engineer. 

Benjamin Sheldon Richards* q v a>^ 

Principal Sem. at Canandaigua, 



A. B. 1871. 
N. Y.. 71-74. 
Horticulturist. 



Phihp Case Smith 



<;Xo)'" 



A. B. 1871; A. M. 1874. Scroll and Key. 

ber Wooden Spoon Committee. 

Manufacturer. 

(S Noble Ave., Westfield. Mass.) 



Mem- 



Y] I A" 

d. 1881 

So CI, 

d. 1911 

H ff a, 

A. B. 1871. Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 70- 
71; 1st English Composition Prize, 71; Town- 
send Prize, 71: Commencement Orator. 
Member Psi Upsilon Club (New York). 
Lawyer (retired). 
1030 Central Ave., Plainfield, N. T. 



Thomas Campbell Sproat'' 

A. B. 1871. 
Lawyer. 

George Randolph Stelle* 

A. B. 1871; A. M. 1874. 
Merchant. 

George Arthur Strong 



Thomas Thacher 



^-n^c 



A. B. 1871; A. M. 1874; LL. D. 1903; LL. B. 
1875 Columbia. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and 
Bones; Delta Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. 1st Decla- 
mation Prize, 69; Member Junior Exhibition 
Committee, 70; Commencement Orator. Pres. 
University Club (New York); Vice-Pres. 
Assn. of the Bar of the City of New York; 
Member Executive Council of the Psi Upsilon 
Fraternity, 77-81; Pres. Psi Upsilon Convention, 
79; Lecturer on Corporate Trusts, Yale Univ., 
87-14. Member University, Century, Yale and 
Bankers' Clubs. Brother of James Kingsley 
Thacher, Beta 68, Edward Stanlev Thacher, 
Beta 72, Alfred Beaumont Thacher, Beta 74, 
John Seymour Thacher, Beta 77, Sherman Day 
Thacher, Beta 83 and William Earned Thacher, 
Beta 87. 

62 Cedar St., New York, N. Y.; res. Tenafly, 
N. J. 

William Kneeland Townsend* "O (]^ Q, 

A. B. 1871; LL. B. 1874; LL. M. 1878: D. C. L. 
1880. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
Member Junior Exhibition Committee, 70; Civil 
Law and Jewell Prizes, 74. Prof, of Contracts 
and Admiraltv Jurisprudence in Yale, 81-88 
Judge U. S. Dist. Court (Conn.) and of U. S. 
Circuit Court. Author "New Connecticut Civil 
Officer." Brother of James Mulford Town- 
send, Beta 74. 
Lawyer. d. 1907 



Kathan Hart Whittlesey'' 



S^"" 



A. B. 1871; B. D. 1875; D. D. 1890 III. 
Coll. Phi Beta Kappa. Runk Scholar in Yale, 
68-69: Philosophical Oration and Commencement 
Orator. Instr. Betts Military .Acad., Stamford, 
Conn., 71-72; Pastor, Creston, Iowa, 75-88 Au- 
thor Sermon "The Denial of the Divine Christ 
the Denial of the Heavenly Father." Brother of 
Mills Whittlesey. Upsilon 80. 
Clergyman. d. 1901 

George Potter Wilshire* H p Q, 



A. B. 1871; A. M. 1874. 
Merchant. 



Scroll and Kev. 



d. 1905 



1872 

Thomas Rutherford Bacon* H ^ B" 

A. B. 1872; B. D. 1877. 1st Prize English Com- 
position, 72; John A. Porter Univ. Prize, 76; 
Editor Yale Banner and the Banner Supplement, 
71; Chairman Coiirant Board of Editors, 71-72. 
Pastor First Church, Terre Haute, Ind., 78-80; 
Dwight Place Church, New Haven, Conn., 
80-84; Assoc. Prof, of European History and 
Modern European History Univ. of Cal. 
Brother of Theodore Bacon, Beta 53 and Alfred 
Terry Bacon, Beta 73. 
Journalist and Clergyman. d. 1913 

Frederick Harrison Baldwin a q W" 

A. B. 1872; LL. B. 1875 Columbia. Member 

University, Union and Yale Clubs. 

Lawyer (retired). 

15 E. 48th St.. New York, N. Y. 

David Nelson Beach M A A" 

A. B. 1872; B. D. 1881; D. D. 1896 Western 
Reserve Univ. Managing Editor Yale Courant, 
73-74. Pastor, Westerly, R. I., 76-79; Wakefield, 
Mass., 79-84; Cambridge, Mass., 84-96; Minne- 
apolis, Minn., 96-98; Denver, Colo., 99-02; Pres. 
Bangor Theol. Sem., since 03. Author C^Iass Poem, 
"The Outlook of Life;" "College Rhymes;" "Old 
Portfolio Rhymes;" "Plain Words on Our Lord's 
Work;" "Newer Religious Thinlcing;" "How 
We Rose, a Resurrection Parable;" "Tlie Intent 
of Jesus;" "Statement of Belief;" "The Annie 
Laurie Mine;" "A Handbook of Homiletics." 
Clergyman and Educator. 

Theological Seminary; res. 319 Union St., 
Bangor, Maine. 



Herbert Elmore Benton* 



H?4»t 



LL. B. 1875. Statement of Facts Orator; 
Brothers in Unity, 70; Pres. Univ. Baseball 
Club. 72-73; Editor Yale Courant, 72-73. Mem- 
ber New Haven Board of Councilmen, 79-81; 
Alderman, 81-86; Member Board of Police Com- 
missioners, 86-89. 
Lawyer. d. 1898 

Clarence Campbell* ^ P^, 

A. B. 1872: LL. B. 1874 Columbia. Ouater- 

master General State of N. Y., 77-78. 

Lawyer. d. 1883 

Edward Benedict Cobb a 6 ^, 

A. B. 1872; LL. B. 1874 Columbia. 

Lawyer (retired). 

(3 W. S4th St., New York, N. Y.) 

Edward Luman Cowles* y) e A" 

A. B. 1872. 

Manufacturer. d. 1891 

Charles Clerc Deming H p W 

A. B. 1872; LL. B. 1875 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones. 1st Prize English Composition, 69-70 
and 72: 2d Prize Junior Exhibition. 71; 1st 
Prize Brothers in Unity Debate, 70; Editor 
Yale Literary Magazine; Yale Courant, 71- 
72. Member University, Union, Bankers', 
Ardsley, Garden City, Metropolitan (Washing- 
ton) and Maryland (Baltimore) Clubs. Brother 
of Henry Champion Deming, Beta 72 and Lau- 
rent Clerc Deming, Beta 83. 
Lawyer. 

120 Broadway; res. 346 W. 72d St. New York, 
N. Y. 



112 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1872 



Henry Champion Deming 

A. B. 1872. Skull and Bones; Kappa Sigma 
Epsilon; Phi Theta Psi. Baseball. Member 
Union, University, New York Yacht, Yale (New 
York), Post Graduate (New Haven) and Junior 
Athenaeum (London) Clubs. Brother of Charles 
Clerc Deming, Beta Tl and Laurent Clerc 
Deming, Beta 83. 
F"inancier (retired). 
56 E. S4th St.. New York, N. Y. 



<J £ ^i I Gerald Livingston Hoyt 



(TX ^^ 



Frederic Shepard Dennis 



Yj \ ^" 



A. B. 1872; M. D. 1874 Bellevue Med. Coll; 
F. R. C. S. 1877 Royal Coll. of Surgeons 
(England). Skull and Bones. Consulting 
Surg. Bellevue and Attending Surg., St. Vin- 
cent's Hosps. Member Century, University 
and Piping Rock Clubs. 
Surgeon. 
62 E. 55th St., New York, N. Y. 

Charles H[erbert] Ferry* 

A. B. 1872. Pres. Yale Navy, 
Builder of the Boat House. 
Manufacturer. 

George Bliss Griggs* 

A. B. 1872. 
Merchant. 

Frank Lorenzo Hall 

K X X N N N X X K ; !T V S 

k . t 

A. B. 1872: LL. B. 1874 Columbia. Wolf's 
Head. Member Executive Council of the Psi 
Upsilon Fraternity, 92-01. Member Union, 
University, Brook, Yale and South S'ide Sports- 
men's Clubs; Down Town Assn. 
Lawyer. 

30 Broad St.; res. 19 W. 54th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



(J 

73-75 


and 


d. 


1910 


•^ 


Rf 


d. 


1908 



Dana Harmon* 



Ho^" 



A. B. 1872. Clerk to Sec. of State Gal., 73-74; 
Principal Public Schools, Tucson, Ariz., 85-88. 
Educator. d. 1903 



John Howard Hincks* 



S^B, 



A. B. 1872; S. T. B. 1876. Skull and Bones. 
2d Prize Brothers in Unity Debate, 69 and 70; 
1st Prize English- Composition, 69 and 72; 
Yale Literary Essay Medal, 70; Hurlbut 
Scholar in Yale, 69-70; 1st Prize Junior Ex- 
hibition, 71; DeForest Medal, 72; Editor Yale 
Literary Magazine, 71-72. Acting Pastor Red- 
wood, Cal., 73-74; Pastor Bethany Church, 
Montpelier, Vt., 77-88; Prof, of History and 
Social Science Atlanta Univ. 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1894 

Henry Ward Beecher Howard* 

XXX ;SSY, 

A. B. 1872. Scroll and Key. 3d Composition 
Prize, 68; 2d. 69; 2d Junior Exhibition Prem- 
ium, 71; Commencement Orator; Editor Yale 
College Courant, 7\-72; One of the three 
Founders of the Yale Record, 72. Major and 
Aide 2d Division N. G. N. Y., 84; Bursar 
Polytechnic and Collegiate Inst. (Brooklyn); 
Assoc. Editor 8th General Catalogue; Member 
Executive Council of the Psi Unsilon Fraternity, 
73-76. Member Yale and Crescent Athletic 
Clubs. Brother of Frank Ward Howard, Beta 
73. 
Merchant. d. 1906 



A. B. 1872. Scroll and Key. Pres. Baseball 

Club. Member Union, Knickerbocker and 

Century Clubs. 

Commission Merchant and Banker. 

52 William St.; res. 28 E. 36th St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Henry William Jameson 



ScpT, 



A. B. 1872. Delta Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. Ex 
\"ice.Pres. New York Soc. of Pedagogy; District 
Superintendent of .Schools. Author "Rhetorical 
Method;" "Selections for Reading." Member 
Yale Club. 
Educator. 

P. S. No. 6, 85th St. and Madison Ave.; res. 
2040 Seventh Ave., New York, N. Y. 



Edward Hopkins Jenkins 



fiX^' 



A. B. 1872; Ph. D. 1879. Kappa Sigma Ep- 
silon; Phi Theta Psi. Member (Graduates' Club. 
Treas. and Dir. Conn. Agricultural Experiment 
Station. 
Treasurer. 

Conn. Agricultural Experiment Station, 123 
Huntington St., New Haven, Conn. 



James Wilson Kirkham 



H^l^B' 



Member Colony and Nayasset 
Mass.) and University (New 



A. B. 1872. 

(Springfield, 

York Clubs. 

Banker. 

Union Trust Co.. 407 Main St.; res. 275 Maple 

St., Springfield, Mass. 



Edwin Stevens Lines 



IQif 



A. B. 1872; D. D. 1897; D. D. 1904 Berkeley 
Divinity School; D. D. 1911 Princeton. Scroll 
and Key; Gamma Nu; Phi Theta Psi. First 
Prize Brothers in Unity Debate, 69; 2d English 
Composition Prizes, 70 and 72; Editor College 
Courant, 72-73; Commencement Orator. Rec- 
tor Christ Church, West Haven, Conn., 
74-79; St. Paul's Church (New Haven) 
since 79; Trustee Episcopal Acad, of Conn.; 
Sec. Diocese of Conn, since 85; and Bishop 
Diocese of Newark. Author "The University." 
Member Graduates (New Haven), Yale (New 
York), Nassau (Princeton, N. J.) and Essex 
Country, (N. J.) Clubs. 
Protestant Episcopal Bishop. 
21 Washington St., Newark, N. J. 



Alexander Ross Merriam 



S<tT* 



A. B. 1872; B. D. 1877 Andover Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1906 Olivet Coll.; S. T. D. 1907 Syra- 
cuse. Skull and Bones; Gamma Nu. Sec. 
Linonia, 69; 1st Prize in Linonia Debate, 69; 
1st English Composition Prizes. 69 and 72; 
3d Prize in Declamation, 70;; 2d Junior Ex- 
hibition Premium, 71; Townsend Premium. 72; 
Commencement Orator. Trustee Williston Sem., 
Easthampton, Ma.ss.. 81-84; Olivet (Mich.) Coll . 
83-84; Prof, of Theology Hartford Theol. 
Sem.; Member Twentieth Century and Educa- 
tion Clubs. 
Educator. 

Hartford Theological Seminary; res. 888 
Asylum Ave., Hartford, Conn. 



Edward Thomas Owen 



HfxA, 



A. B 1872; Ph. D. 1900. Phi Beta Kapna; 
Skull and Bones; Kappa Sigma Epsilon; Phi 
Theta Psi. 3d Mathematical Prize, 69; 2d Eng- 
lish Composition Prize, 72. Emeritus Prof, of 
French and Linguistics, Univ. of Wis. Brother 
of Henry Elijah Owen, Beta 64. 
Educator. 
614 State St., Madison, Wis. 



1872] 



BETA CHAPTER 



113 



Lewis Greene Parsons* H •»] ^" 

Scroll and Key. Pres. Yale Navy, 

d. 1875 



A. B. 1872. 

71-72. 

Banker. 



Edward Henry Peaslee 



a a 



B. 



A. B. 1872; M. D. 1875 Columbia and at 
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll. Wolf's Head; Kappa 
Sigma Epsilon; Phi Theta Psi. On Med. Staff 
Bellevue Hosp., 76-77. Member Century, Me- 
tropolitan, Union, University and Sleepy Hollow 
Clubs. 
Banker. 

250 Fifth Ave.; res. 17 Washington Sq. N., 
New York, N. Y. 

Henry Saunders Potter "^ M- ^^ 

A. B. 1872. 

Merchant. 

(Rialto Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.) 

Abram Heaton Robertson S ^ ^, 

A. B. 1872; LL. B. 1874 Columbia; A. M. 1894 
Trinity. Wolf's Head. Alderman New Haven, 
78-82; Member Conn. General Assembly, 80, 81 
and 82; Senator 8th Dist. Conn., 85-86; Judge 
Probate Court Dist. of New Haven, 87-97; 
Corporation Counsel, New Haven, 99-01. Mem- 
ber Graduates' (New Haven) and University 
(New York) Clubs; Soc. of Colonial Wars; 
Sons Am. Revolution. 
Lawyer. 

129 Church St.; res. 390 Prospect St., New 
Haven, Conn. 

Charles Joseph Hardy Ropes* H ^" 

A. B. 1872; D. D. 1894; B. D. 1875 Andover 
Theol Sem.; D. D. 1894 Bowdoin. 3d English 
Composition Prize, 70; 1st Clark Prize, 71; 
John A. Porter Prize and Townsend Premium, 
72. Pastor, Ellsworth, Maine, 77-81; Bangor, 
81-83; Prof, of the New Testament Language 
and Literature, Bangor Theol Sem. 83. Mem- 
ber Soc. of Biljlical Literature and Exegesis. 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1915 

John Sanford c \t.W 

A. B. 1872. 
Manufacturer. 
Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Gustavus Adolphus Slade* 2 v ^ 

A. B. 1872. 

Merchant. d. 1880 

Frank [Hunt] Smith 

Initiated by the Iota 



John Ward Stimson 



Y]¥ 



George Atherton Spalding* 



A. B. 1872; M. D. 1875 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones. On Med. Staff St. Luke's Hosp., 75-77; 
Attending Phys. Randall's Island and the House 
of Refuge. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1906 

George Thorncliffe Sperry H x B^ 

A. B. 1872. Postmaster, Marble Dale, Conn., 

72-82; Member Board of Education, 76-82. 

Member Litchfield University Club. 

Packer and Dealer. 

Elm St., New Milford, Conn. 



A. B. 1872. Dir. Metropolitan Museum Art 
School. 83-88; Lecturer on Art, Princeton. Au- 
thor "Law of Three Primaries;" "Principles of 
Vital Art Education;" "Gate Beautiful;" "Wan- 
dering Chords." Member Am. Historical Soc. 
Brother of Lewis Atterbury Stimson, Beta 63, 
Henry Lewis Stimson, Beta 65 and Frederick 
Julian Stimson, Beta 77. 
Educator. 
(Redding, Conn.) 



Francis [Gerard] Bond Swayne t] s f 



A. B. 1872. Scroll 

Dist. Atty. for the 

75. 

Lawyer. 

2 Rector St., New York, N. Y. 



and Key. Asst. U. S. 
Northern Dist. of Ohio, 



Edward Stanley Thacher 



HXW 



A. B. 1872. Delta Kappa; Theta Psi. Literary 
Essay Medal 80; Teacher, Montclair, N. J., 
72-73. Member University and Yale Clubs of 
Southern Cal. (Los Angeles). Brother of James 
Kingsley Thacher, Beta 68, Thomas Thacher, 
Beta 71, Alfred Beaumont Thacher, Beta 74, 
John Seymour Thacher, Beta 77, Sherman Day 
Thacher, Beta 83 and William Earned Thacher, 
Beta 87. 
Horticulturist. 
Nordhoff, Ventura Co., CaL 



Edgar Rudolphus Troxell* H 9 B, 

M. D. 1875 Columbia. 

Physician and Surgeon. d. 1875 

Edward Higginson Williams, Jr. a t ^" 

A. B. 1872; B. S. in Chem. 1875 Lehigh; E. M. 
1876 and LL. D. (Hon.) 1913; Sc. D. 
1912 Univ. of Vt. Phi Beta Kappa; Tau Beta 
Pi. Valedictorian. Pres. Athletic Assn. and 
Engineering Soc, 75-76; Founder Tau Beta 
Pi, 85; Prof. Mining and Geology Lehigh 
Univ., 81-02; Pres. Alumni Assn., 84-86; 
Assoc. Founder of the Eta and Delta Delta 
Chapters; Lecturer in Mining and Geology Le- 
high Univ.; Fellow Geological Soc. of America; 
Am. Assn. Advancement of Science. Author 
"Manual of Lithology." Member Am. Inst. 
Mining Engineers; Am. Philosophical, New Eng- 
land Historical-Genealogical, Vt. Historical and 
Moravian Historical Socs. Father of Edward 
Higginson Williams, 3d, Delta Delta 13, 
Norman Williams, 4th, Delta Delta 15, Amory 
Leland Williams, Delta Delta 16 and Went- 
worth Williams, Delta Delta 19. See Eta 75. 
Educator. 
Woodstock, Vt. 



William Piatt Wood* 



A. B. 1872; LL. B. 1874 Columbia. 
Lawyer. 



sCx" 

d. 1885 



Theodore Salisbury W^oolsey y) % W" 

A. B. 1872; LL. B. 1876; A. M. 1877; LL D. 
1903 Brown Univ. Instr. Public Law, 77-78; 
Prof. International Law. 78-11. Author 
"America's Foreign Policy." Member (Grad- 
uates', Country, Century, University (New 
York) and University (Boston) Clubs. 
Educator. 
250 Church St.. New Haven, Conn. 



114 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1873 



1873 



Eben Alexander^ 



O^^Xc 



A. B. 1873; Ph. D. 1886 Marysville Coll.; LL. 
D. 1893 Univ. of N. C. Skull and Bones. 1st 
and 2d English Composition Prizes, 71; Prof, of 
Ancient Languages, Univ of Tenn., 77-86 ;Chair- 
man of the Faculty, 85-86; Prof, of Greek, Univ. 
of N. C, 86-88; Sec. and Business Mgr. State 
Normal Inst., 81-86; Minister Plenipotentiary 
Greece, Roumania and Servia. 
Educator. d. 1910 



Arthur Huntington Allen 



Y)Y)Y 



A. B. 1873; B. D. 1877 Princeton Theol. Sem. 
Skull and Bones; Delta Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. 
Runk Scholar in Yale, 70-71; 1st and 2d English 
Composition Prizes, 71; 1st. 73; Philosophical 
Oration (3d in Class) at Commencement. Dele- 
gate to Presbyterian General Assembly, 82; Dir, 
Am. Seamen's Friend Soc; Sec. (Presbyterian) 
Synodical Home Missions. Member Yale Club. 
Clergyman. 

156 Fifth Ave.; res. 24 Gramercy Park, New 
York, N. Y. 



Leonard Ballou Almy* 



H ^ t" 



A. B. 1873; M. D. 1876 Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Coll. Ambulance Surg. New York City, 75-76; 
Phys. in Charge Norwich Alms House, 81-88; 
Med. Examiner New London County. Member 
County and State Med. Socs. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1913 

Alfred Terry Bacon* H G X^ 

A. B. 1873. Pres. of Dist. 11 Stock Assn. of 
Colo. Brother of Theodore Bacon, Beta 53 and 
Thomas Rutherford Bacon, Beta 72. 
Secretary. d. 1901 

William Townsend Barber* A F E, 



A. B. 1873. 
Lawyer. 

William Wade Beebe* 



d. 1897 

•n'x. 

A. B. 1873; LL. B. 1875 Columbia. Skull 
and Bones. Editor Yale Literary Magazine. 
72-7 i; 2d English Composition Prize, 73; Town- 
send Premium, 73. 
Lawyer. d. 1886 



Joseph Hull Bennett 



HtB" 



A. B. 1873. 

Civil Engineer. 

(287 Willow St., New Haven, Conn.) 

Albert Barnes Boardman 



0L<p, 



A. B. 1873; LL. B. 1875 Columbia. 1st English 

Composition Prize, 73; Commencement Orator. 

Lawyer. 

120 Broadway; res. 40 W. 53d St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Simeon Leonard Boyce 



tr <y X 



A. B. 1873. Scroll and Key. Purser of Yale 

Navy, 71-72; Sec. and Treas. Yale Alumni 

Assn. of Chicago. 

Lawyer. 

(112 W. Adams St.. Chicago, 111.) 

Edward Anthony Bradford S y. X^ 

A. B. 1873; LL. B. 1876 New York Univ. 
Scroll and Key. Commencement Oration; 1st 
English Composition Prize, 71 and 7Z\ Editor 
Coxtrant, 72; Assoc. Founder and Editor Yale 
Record, 72-72. 
Journalist. 



New York Times Annex, 229 W. 43d St., New 
York; res. 175 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, 
• N. Y. 



Leslie Carter* 



HtiT" 



A. B. 1873; LL. B. 1875 Northwestern Univ. 
Sec. and Treas. Yale Alumni Assn., Chicago, 
78-79; Trustee St. Luke's Hosp., 79. Member 
Chicago Law Inst. Brother of Ernest Carter, 
Beta 79. 
Lawyer. d. 1908 

James Irvin Chamberlin* iQ^Ti 

A. B. 1873. Brother of Frank Chamberlin, 

Beta 76. 

Lawyer. 



Salter Storrs Clark 



d. 1906 

(7 ay 

A. B. 1873; LL. B. 1876 Columbia. 1st English 

Composition Prize, 73; Teacher New York City 

Public Schools, 73-74. Author 'Text Book on 

Commercial Law." 

Lawyer. 

17i Remsen St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; res. 336 

Mjbntain .'\ve., Westfield, N. J. 

William Douglas Crocker P J A " 

A. B. 1873. Delta Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. 

Lawyer. 

Federal Bldg.; res. 309 :Maynard St., Williams- 

port, Pa. 

Frank Cowan Goode''' 



A. B. 1873. 
Lawyer. 



H <]; x" 

d. 1887 

A. B. 1873; LL. B. 1875 Columbia, Delegate 

to Republican State Convention, 76. Son nf 

Joseph Wadsworth Gott, Theta i7 . 

Lawyer. 

Main St.; res. 5 South St., Goshen, N. Y. 



Joseph Wadsworth Gott 



George Vail Gould* 



S<PX" 

A. B. 1873; A. B. 1873 Williams and A. M. 
1876; LL. B. 1876 Albany Law School. 
Lawyer. d. 1887 

Charles Ross Grubb H x T. 

Skull and Bones; Phi Theta Psi; Delta Kappa. 
Member Rittenhouse (Philadelphia), Univer- 
sity (New York) and Automobile and Touring 
(Paris) Clubs; Soc. of Colonial Wars (N. J.) 
and Historical Soc. of New Jersey. 
Manufacturer (retired). 

Morgan, Haries & Cie., Paris, France; res. Bur- 
lington, N. J. 

John Oxenbridge Heald'^ y ^ x 

A. B. 1873. Scroll and Key. Mgr. Yale Glee 
Club, 72-73; Executive Committee Yale Alumni 
Assn., New York, 78-79. Brother of Charles 
Arthur Heald, Beta 81. 
Lawyer. d. 1911 

William Addison Houghton H o F, 

A. ]?. 1873; A. M. 1889. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Gamma Nu; Phi Theta Psi; Chi Delta Theta; 
Scroll and Key. 1st Junior Exhibition Prize; 
1st and 2d English Composition Prizes, 71; 2d, 
73; Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 72-73; 5th 
in Class at Commencement. Principal Prepara- 
tory Dept. Olivet Coll., 73-75; Tutor Latin. 
Yale, 76; Prof, of English Language and 
Literature Tokio Univ., Tokio, Japan, 77-82; 
Prof, of English Literature and Latin, New 
York Univ., 84-92; Prof, of Latin, Bowdoin, 92- 
07. Author of "The Pond;" "An Adyl of Boy- 
hood." Member Maine Soc. of Colonial Wars. 
Educator (retired). 
Dusenbury Villa, St. Petersburg, Fla. 



1 



18/VV74J 



BETA CHAPTER 



115 



Frank Ward Howard* 



SII.X, 



Brother of Henry Ward Becchcr Howard, Beta 
72. d. 1872 

Cliarles Livingston Hubbard 

Initiated by the Iota 

Dwight Williams Huntington S ^ F^ 

A. B. 1873. Sigma Epsilon. Member Ohio 

Legislature, 81-83. Author "In Brush, Sedge 

and Stubble;" "Our Feathered dame;" "Our 

Big Game;" "Our Wild Fowl and Waders." 

Journalist. 

The Game Breeder, ISO Nassau St., New^ York; 

res. 16 Lawrence St., Yonkers, N. Y. 



Lewis Whiteman Irwin 



abf. 



A. B. 1873; LL. B. 1875. .Asst. 76-77 and 
Prosecuting Atty. Hamilton County, 77-79. 
Lawyer. 

310 Lincoln Inn Court: res. 631 Oak St., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 



Charles Percy Latling 



?£X 



.\. B. 1873; LL. B. 1875 Columbia. Wolfs 
Head; Delta Kappa; Phi Psi. 1st Prize De- 
clamation; Senior Promenade Committee, U. S. 
Loan Commissioner, 81-04. Member Union, 
University and Yale Clubs; Bar Assn.; Sons of 
Revolution; Zoological Soc. 
Lawyer. 

34 Pine St.; res. 500 Madison .Ave.. New York, 
X. Y. 



Hart Lyman 



^^X, 



A. B. 1873. Scroll and Key: Delta Kappa; Phi 
TliPta Psi. 3d English Composition Prize, 71; 
2d Junior E.xhibition Prize, 72; Commencement 
Orator; Glee Club; Editor Yale Literary Maga- 
zine, 72-73. Teacher, Northampton, Mass., 
73-74; Stockbridge, 74. Member University, 
Yale and Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. 



Writer ("retired). 

65 W. 54th St., New York, N. Y. 

Joseph Pacificus Ord* 



Hyix. 



Frederick Sheldon Parker* 



20 



John Treadwell Perry 



(7 (T 



A. B. 1873. 

Banker. 

Albany Savings Bank; res. 212 Lancaster St,. 

Albany, N. Y. 



Toiin Murrell Poston* 



r]iY 



Frank Elisha Sprague 



ZRA" 



A. B. 1873. 

Financier (retired). 

Loeb Arcade. Hennepin Ave. and 5th St.; 

res. 412 Ridgewood .\ve., Minnoapolis, Minn. 



A. B. 1873; LL. B. 1877 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones. Curator. (Grounds and Buildings of 
Princeton Coll., 80-81. 
Lawyer. d. 1913 



.\. B. 1873: LL. B. 1876 Columbia. Asst. U. S. 
Atty. New York, 78-80. Mcmbor I'niversity, 
Union and Metropolitan Clubs. Brother of 
William Newton Parker, Beta 79. 
Lawyer. d. 1916 



A. B. 1873. Teacher, San Leandro, Cal., 73-74; 
Citv .\ttv., 80-82; Member Board of Education, 
Oakland,' 78-79. 
l.Swvor. d. 1909 



Charles Henry Thomas'* 



HtX. 



A. B. 1873; M. D. 1875 Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Coll. 3d Prize at Graduation, 75; 3d English 
Composition Prize, 71. Med. Staff Bellevue 
Hosp., 75-76; Demonstrator of Anatomy Ohio 
Med. Coll., 78. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1904 



James Heartt VanBuren 



A. B. 1873; D. D. 1902 Berkeley Divinity 
Sthool. Editor Yale Record, Principal Classic- 
al Dept. Sellicks' School, Norwalk, Conn., 74; 
Rector St. Peter's Church, Milford, 76-78; 
Trinity Church, Seymour, 78-81; St. Paul's 
Church, Englewood, N. J., 81-84; Newburyport, 
Mass., 84-87; Christ ChurcTi, Dayton, Ohio, 87- 
88; Missionary Bishop of Porto Rico. Author 
"A Short History of the Christian Church." 
Brother of William Allen Van Buren, B_eta 78. 
Protestant Episcopal Bishop (retired). 
9 Trumbull St., New Haven, Conn. 



Arthur Watson 



H W <f" 



A. B. 1873. Delta Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. 1st 
Mathematical Prize, 70.- Registrar of Voters, 
(chairman): Assessor of Taxes; Postmaster; 
Referee in Bankruptcy; Mayor ; Trustee Forbes 
Library; Committee Public Library. Member 
Northampton and Monday Evening Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

78 Main St.; res. 78 Pomeroy Terrace, North- 
ampton, Mass. 



William Efner Wheelock 



?VT, 



A. B. 1873; M. D. 1876 and LL. h. 1885 Colum- 
bia. Vice-Pres. Yale Navv, 72-73. Med. Staff 
Bellevue Hosp., 76-77: House Phys., 77-78; 
.\sst. Sanitary Inspr. Board of Health, New- 
York. 78. 

Physician (retired). _ 
East Hampton, N. Y. 



Seth Weston Williams* 



C7<pY 



A. B. 1873; M. D. 1876 Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Coll. FHnt Prize, 76; 2d Declamation Prize, 
71; Asst. Med. Staff, Bellevue Hosp., 77-79. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1879 



•0 a K 



1874 

Thomas Means Adams 

A. B. 1874. 

Manufacturer. 

Norton Iron Works, Ashland, Ky. 

Pearce Barnes <J ^ ? 

A. B. 1874; LL. B. 1876 Columbia. Skull and 

Bones. 3d English Composition Prize, 72. 

Editor Yale Courant, 73-74. 

Lawyer. 

(3 W. 54th St., New York, N. Y.) 



Samuel Leslie Beckley* 



Hri$" 



A. B. 1874 New York Univ. See Delta 74 
Student. d. 1874 

George Willis Benedict* A C Y, 

A. B. 1874; M. D. 1878 Columbia. 

Physician and Surgeon. d. 1907 

Thomas Armstrong Bent* "n x X 

A. B. 1874. 1st Prize Brothers in L'nity 
Debate, 70; 3d English Composition Prize, 70; 
2d and 3d Prizes, 71. 

d. 1876 



116 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1874 



William Burger Bininger* "^ X f i 

A. B. 1874. Scroll and Key. 

Journalist. d. 1908 

George Selah Brown* y A Z" 

A. B. 1874; LL. B. 1876 Columbi;i. 

Lawyer. d. 1913 

Samuel Clarke Bushnell H y A" 

A. B. 1874; B. D. 1877. Skull and Bones; 
Delta Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. Chairman Yale 
Alumni Advisory Board; Past Pres. Yale Club 
(Boston); Trustee Tabor Acad.; Chairman 
Board of Trustees Robbins Library; Pastor 
New Bedford, Mass, 79-90; Arlington, Mass. 
since 90; Sec. Winthrop Club (Boston). Mem- 
ber Arlington Boat, Yale and City (Boston), 
Oakley Country and Graduates' (New Haven) 
Clubs. Father of Samuel Kendall Bushnell, 
Beta 14 and brother of Winthrop Grant Bush- 
nell, Beta 88. 
Clergyman. 
11 Maple St., Arlington, Mass. 



Horace Hatch Chittenden* 



Yjeg^ 



A. B. 1874; LL. B. 1876 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key. Chairman Board of Editors Yale College 
Cottrant, 73-74. 
Lawyer. d. 1909 



Thomas DeWitt Cuyler 



aj;? 



A. B. 1874; LL. D. 1915 Lafayette. Scroll 
and Key. Alumni Advisory Board and Board 
of Control. Member Rittenhouse and Union 
(Philadelphia), University and Century (New 
York), Pacific and Union (San Francisco) and 
Chicago (Chicago) Clubs. Brother of Theodore 
[De Witt] Cuyler, Beta 88. 
Lawyer. 
701 Commercial Trust Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. 



George Edward Dimock 



A. B. 1874. Kappa Sigma Epsilon; Elizabethan 

Club. Trustee Vassar Coll. Member Yale and 

Grolier Clubs. 

Banker (retired). 

907 N. Broad St., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Edward Randolph Dunham q t] A" 

Merchant. 

(35 Nassau St., New York, N. Y.) 

Jacob Abram.se Robertson Dunning 

A. B. 1874. Wolf's Head; Delta Kappa; Phi 
Theta Psi; Football and Crew. Member Coun- 
try Club. Brother of Augustus Wyncoop Dun- 
ning, Beta 76. 
Real Estate and Insurance. 
141 Broadway, New York, N. Y. ; res. 97 
Heywood Ave., Orange, N. J. 



Thomas Grier Evans* 

A. B. 1874; LL. B. 1876 Columbia. 
Lawyer. 

George Levi Fox 



d. 1905 

HxS 



A. B. 1874; LL. B. 1879; A. M. 1885. 1st 
English Composition Prize, 71; 2d Berkleian 
Latin Premium, 72; Commencement Orator; 
Berkeley Scholar in Yale, 74-77. Lecturer in 
Comparative Municipal Government, Yale, 98- 
00; Principal University School. Author "Re- 



port of Committee of Seven on Teaching His- 
tory;" "President Roosevelt's Coup d' Etat." 
Member Am. Historical and Am. Political 
Science Assns.; Graduates' (New Haven) and 
Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Educator. 

University School; res. 15 College St., New 
Haven, Conn. 



Hollis Burke Frissell 



H-rjF 



A. B. 1874; LL. D. 1901; B. D. 1879 Union 
Theol. Sem.; D. D. 1893 Howard; S. T. D. 
1900 Harvard. Scroll and Key. Member 
General Educational Board; Negro Rural 
School Fund, Anna T. Janes Foundation; 
Chairman Trustees Calhoun Colored School; 
Penn Normal Industrial and Agricultural 
School (Frogmore, S. C.) ; Trustee Va. 
Manual Labor School; Principal of Hampton 
Normal and Agricultural Inst. Member Cen- 
tury, Yale, City, Barnard (New York) and 
Cosmos (Washington) Clubs. 
Educator. 

Hampton Normal and Agricultural Inst., Hamp- 
ton, N. C. 



Thomas William Grover* 



•T) 6 cp " 



A. B. 1874; LL. B. 1876 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones. 2d English Composition Prize, 71; 1st, 
72; 2d Berkleian Latin Premium, 72; Editor 
y'alc Literary Magasitie, 73-74. Classical Instr. 
Univ. School, Chicago, 80-88. Son of Zuinglius 
Grover, Sigma 42. 
Educator. d. 1893 



William Stewart Halsted 



aXS. 



A. B. 1874; LL. D. 1904; M. D. 1877 Columbia 
and Sc. D. 1904; LL. D. 1905 Univ. of Edin- 
burgh. Theta Psi; Delta Kappa. Football 
(Capt.). Fellow Royal Chemical Soc. of Eng- 
land, 00; Edinburgh, 05; House Phys. New 
York Hosp., 78-79; Prof, of Surgery Johns Hop- 
kins Univ.; Surg.-in-Chief Johns Hopkins 
Hosp.; Dir. Surgical Clinics John Hopkins Univ. 
and Hosp. Member Maryland, University, 
Johns Hopkins and Country and University 
(New York) Clubs. 
Surgeon. 
1201 Eutaw PI., Baltimore. Md. 



Henry Prescott Hatch 



SpiA" 



A. B. 1874. Scroll and Key: Sigma Epsilon; 

Phi Theta Psi. Member University, Yale, 

Players' and Montauk Riding and Driving Clubs. 

Broker. 

71 Broadwav, New York; res. 124 Remsen St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Chares Edward Humphrey* ? v <p. 



A. B. 1874; LL. B. 1876 Columbia. 
Lawyer. 



d. 1881 



Frank Jenkins* 



Robert Weeks Kelley 



A. B. 1874. Editor Yale Record. 73-74. 
Journalist. d. 1913 



A. B. 1874. Scroll and Key; Delta Beta Xi; 
Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Football. Dir. Yale 
Alumni Fund Assn. Member University. Yale 
(New York), Shinnecock Hills Golf, Southamp- 
ton, Metropolitan (Washington, D. C.) and 
Denver (Denver, Colo.) Clubs. 
Contractor. 

Warren-Burnham Co., 26 Beaver St.; res. 19 
W. 54th St.. New York. N. Y. 



1874] 



BETA CHAPTER 



117 



William Kelly a tc <p, 

A. B. 1874; E. M. 1877 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key; Delta Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. 2d Mathe- 
matical Prizes, 71 and 74; Astronomical Prize, 
74; Chairman Board of Control Mich. Coll. of 
Mines; Member Public Domain Commission; 
Pres. Board of County Road Commissioners, 
Dickinson County, Mich.; Delegate to Repub- 
lican National Convention from 12th Dist., 16; 
Fellow Am. Assn. for the Advancement of 
Science. Member Am. Inst. Mining Engineers; 
Lake Superior Mining Inst. (Pres. 99); Insti- 
tution of ^S^ining and Metallurgy (London, 
Eng.); Canadian Mining Inst.; Mining and 
Metallurgical Soc. of America; University 
Clubs (New York and Chicago). Brother of 
Robert Kelly, Beta 70. 
Engineer. 
Vulcan, Mich. 



David Andrew Kennedy 



Ti a $" 



A B. 1874; Ph. D. 1878. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Gamma Nu; Phi Theta Psi. 2d Junior Rhetorical 
Prize, 73; 2d English Composition Prize, 74; 3d 
in Class at Commencement; High Oration. 
Teacher Private School, Morristown, N. J., 
74-76; Principal Dearborn Morgan School, 
Orange, N. J., 79 — ; Formerly Headmaster Car- 
teret Acad. Member Schoolmasters' Assn. New 
Yorlc and Vicinity; Headmasters' Assn. of U. 
S.; Graduates' Club. 
Educator (retired). 
245 Dwight St., New Haven, Conn. 



Leoni Melick* 

A. B. 1874. 
Lawyer. 

Ellis Mendell* 



a A" 



¥ 



d. 1908 

(T T S 

A. B. 1874; B. D. 1877. Acting Pastor, Nor- 
wood, Mass., 78-79. 
Clergyman. d. 1903 



Charles William Minor 



yea, 



A. B. 1874; LL. B. 1876 Columbia. Phi Theta 
Psi; Delta Kappa. 1st Mathematical Prize, 72. 
Member Conn. Legislature, 83-84. 
Lawyer. 
Stamford, Conn. 

George Edmund Munroe H u $, 

A. B. 1874; M. D. 1877 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones; Delta Psi; Phi Theta Psi. Member Cen- 
tury. Yale and Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. 
Physician. 
126 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 



Francis Howard Olmsted* 



S<pA" 



A. B. 1874; LL. B. 1879 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key. 2d Berkleian Latin Premium, 72. 
Lawyer. d. 1886 

Franklin Wells Patten 

Initiated by the Xi 

Rutherford Hayes Piatt •'1 ''1 <Pc 

A. B. 1874; LL. B. 1879 Columbia. Member 

Columbus. Columbus Country, Scioto Country 

and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

1314 E. State St.; res. 414 E. Broad St., 

Columbus, Ohio. 

MSE. 



George Darius Reid 



A. B. 1874; B. D. 1877 Newton Theol. Sem. 
Editor College Courant (3). Pastor, Edgartown, 



Mass., 77-81; Orange, N. J., 81. Author 

"Athens," 

Clergyman. 

208 N. Oxford St., Hartford, Conn. 

Qiauncey Clarke Starkweather tq x ? 

A. B. 1874; LL. B. 1877 Columbia. Phi Theta 
Psi; Kappa Sigma Epsilon. "Ivy Ode," 74. 
Member Yale Club and Sons of Am. Revo- 
lution. 

Lawyer and Editor (retired). 
50 Vanderbilt Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Edward Emerson Swallow* p S ^^ 

A. B. 1874; M. D. 1880 JefiFerson Med. Coll. 
Alpha Delta Phi. Principal High School, Potts- 
ville. Pa., 74-77; Select Classical School, 77-78; 
Master St. Paul's School, Garden City, N. Y. 78; 
Staff Military Hosp., Belgrade Servia, 85. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1887 



Alfred Beaumont Thacher 



^l'?. 



A. B. 1874. Wolf's Head; Delta Kappa; Phi 
Theta Psi. 1st Mathematical Prizes, 71 and 74; 
1st Berkleian Latin Premium, 72; 1st English 
Composition Prize, 74; Townsend Premium, 74; 
Clark Scholar and Douglas Fellow, 74-75. 
Member University, Bankers', Essex County 
Country Clubs; Bar Assn. Brother of James 
Kingsley Thacher, Beta 68, Thomas Thacher, 
Beta 71, Edward Stanley Thacher, Beta 72, 
John Seymour Tliacher. Beta 77, Sherman Day 
Thacher, Beta 83 and William Earned Thacher, 
Beta 87. 
Lawyer. 

Simpson. Thacher & Bartlett, 62 Cedar St., New 
York, N. Y.; res. 486 Scotland Rd., South 
Orange, N. J. 

d. 1872 

James Mulford Townsend, Jr.* iq 9 9" 

A. B. 1874: LL. B. 1876 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones. Editor Yale College Courant, 73-74: 
2d Junior Rhetorical Prize, 7Z; 1st English 
Composition Prize, 74; DeForest Medal, 74; 
Commencement Orator. Lecturer on Transfer 
of Monetary Securities. 87-12. Brother of Wil- 
liam Kneeland Townsend. Beta 71. 
Lawyer. d. 1913 



Arthur Chapman Tibbals* 



Burt VanHorn 



Ht$. 



A. B. 1874; LL. B. 1878 Columbia. Member 
University (New York) and University (Buf- 
falo) Clubs. 
Capitalist. 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 



Russell Walden 



atj; $" 



LL. B. 1876 Columbia. 2d English Composi- 
tion Prize, 74. Member Yale and Crescent 
Athletic Clubs. Brother of Howard Talbot 
Walden, Beta 81. 
Lawyer. 

80 Broadway, N. Y. ; res. 40 Cambridge PI., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Charles Rum ford Walker 



?aS" 



A. B. 1874; M. D. 1878 Harvard. Delta Kappa: 
Theta Psi. Pres. Trustees Rolfe and Rumford 
Asylum: Surg. Margaret Pillsbury General 
Hosp.; Pres. New Hampshire Med. Soc. Mem- 
ber New Hampshire Med. Soc. and Wonolancet 
Club. Son of Joseph Burbeen Walker. Beta 
44 and brother of Nathaniel Upham Walker. 
Beta 77. 

Physician and Surgeon. 
18 Park St., Concord, N. H. 



I 



118 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1874-75 



Thomas Parmelee Wickes 



u a S, i Morton Grinnell'' 



A. B. 1874; LL. B. 1876 Columbia. Skull 
and Bones. 3d English Composition Prize, 71; 
Editor, Yale Record and Yale Literary Maga- 
zine, 73-74. 
Lawyer. 



Roderic Williams* 



T G £ 



A. B. 1874. Teacher, Helena, Ark., 74-76. 
Merchant, d. 1911 



Jared Willson* y) u <p' 

A. B. 1874; M. D. 1877 Columbia. On Staff 
Kings County Hosp., Flatbush, N. Y., 77-79. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1889 

1875 

Charles Hammond Averv 5 E 

A. B. 1875. Skull and Bones. 

Lawyer. 

(514 Main St., Cincinnati, Ohio.) 

Tames Wilton Brooks* x u" 

A. B. 1875. Skull and Bones. Editor Yale 

Literary Magazine, 74-75. Member N. Y. Legis- 
lature for two terms. 

Lawyer. d. 1916 



P>'-^ 



Alpheus Tompkins Bnlkley 

A. B. 1875. 

Lawyer. 

25 N. Pearl St., Albany, N. Y. 

Charles Washburn Clark* F\e^ 

A. B. 1883; A. M. 1884. Diploma de I'Ecole 
Libre, des Sciences Politique 1885; J. U. D. 
1886, Gottingen; Ph. D. 1889 Columbia; Bach.- 
en-droit Paris, 1889; Lic-en-droit, Paris, 1890. 
Lawyer. d. 1906 

PBu' 

A. B. 1875. 1st Declamation Prize; Financial 
Editor Yale Record. Member Am. Universi- 
ties (London and Newcastle), United Golf 
Clubs and Old Settlers' Union of Princeville, 
(III.) and Vicinity. 

Fountain Cottage, Low Fell, near Newcastle 
upon Tyne, England. 



Charles Forrest Cutter 



Wilbur Allen Fuller* XD^ 

2d and 3d English Composition 

d. 1877 



A. B. 1875. 
Prizes, 73. 



John Anson Carver 



e^T" 



A. B. 1875: LL. B. 1877 Columbia. Theta Psi: 
Scroll and Key. 2d English Composition 
Prize, 75; Townsend Premium, 75; Commence- 
ment Orator. Member Yale, University, Bank- 
ers' and Piping Rock Clubs; Assn. of the Bar 
City of New York. 
Lawyer. 

55 Wall St.: res. 515 Madison Ave., New York 
and Oyster Bay, N. Y. 



Frank Lansing Grinnell* 



P?E" 



A. B. 1875. Scroll and Key. Brother of 
George Bird Grinnell, Beta 70, Morton Grin- 
nell, Beta 75 and William Milne Grinnell. 
Beta 81. 

d. 1875 



0xe' 



A. B. 1875; M. D, 1881 Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Coll. Scroll and Key. Asst. Demonstrator of 
Anatomy, Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., 84-88. 
Brother of George Bird Grinnell, Beta 70, 
Frank Lansing Grinnell, Beta 75 and William 
Milne Grinnell, Beta 81. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1905 



Harry Higbee 



p X u" 



A. B. 1875; LL. B. 1878 Union Coll. of Law, 

Chicago. Judge Appellate Court, 4th Dist. 111.; 

Pres. III. Bar Assn., 13. Member University 

and Iroquois Clubs; Am. Bar and Illinois Bar 

Assns. 

Jurist. 

Pittsfield, 111. 



lames Hillhouse 



3u" 



A. B. 1875; LL. B. 1878 Columbia. 2d English 
Composition Prize, 73; Philosophical Oration 
at Junior Exhibition, 74. Commencement Ora- 
tor. Member Graduates', New Haven Coun- 
try, New Haven Lawn and University and 
Church (New York) Clubs. 
Lawyer (retired). 
Sachem's Wood, New Haven, Conn. 

George Henry Holden* p ;;. e. 

Author "Canaries and Cage Birds," and "Book 

on Birds." 

Importer. d. 1914 

William Henry Hotchkiss S ^ E" 

A. B. 1875, Skull and Bones; Delta Beta Psi; 
Gamma Nu. Hurlbut Scholar, 72-73; 1st Math- 



ematical Prize, 



2d English Composition 



Prize, 75; Principal Preparatory Dept., Olivet 
Coll., 75-77. Member Buffalo, Saturn, Coun- 
try, Ellicott and L^niv^ersity and Lotos (New 
York) Clubs. 
Merchant (retired). 
173 Summer St., Buffalo, N. Y. 



Guy Howard* 



Pyu" 



A. B. 1875. In the U. S. Army, 76-99; 1st 

Lieut. 12th Inf., 76. 

Officer, U. S. Army. d. 1899 

d. 1879 



Frank Elijah Hubbard* 



A. B. 1875. 
Merchant. 



Samuel Johnston Huntington* 9 x u" 



A. B., 1875. 
Clerk. 



1st Mathematical Prize, 73. 



Samuel Isham* 



d. 1891 
O 6) £ 



A. B. 1875. 
Lawyer. 



Editor Yale Record, 74-75. 



Dwight Arven Jones* 



d. 1914 

ptE" 



A. B. 1875; LL. B. 1877 Columbia. 2d Muni- 
cipal Law Prize, 77. Brother of James Dana 



Jones, Beta 71. 
Lawyer. 

Newell Martin 



d. 1913 

7c e" 

A. B. 1875; LL. B. 1877 Columbia. Wolfs 

Head. Member Century Assn.; University 

(New York) and Yale CInbs; Hispanic Soc. 

of America; Am. Geographical Soc. of New 

York. 

Lawyer (retired). 

Beaver Brook Farm, Milford, Conn. 



18751 



BETA CHAPTER 



119 



Herman Rogers 3ilead* 



Sxri 



Editor of the New York Oratorio See. Brother 

of Frederick Mead, Beta /I. 

Merchant. d. 1904 



Augustus Torrey Metcalf* 



A. B. 1875. 
Lawyer. 



p V £ 



d. 1896 



Franklin Benjamin Mitchell* 6 ^ s " 

A. B. 1875; LL. B. 1877 Columbia. Pres. Yale 

Univ. Ball Club, 74-75. 

Contractor. d. 1909 



Charles Lothrop Noyes 



F^T 



I 



A. B. 1875; B. D. 1880 Andover Theol. Sem.; 
D. D. 1909 Harvard. 2d Junior Exhibition 
Prize (3); Editor Record (3), (4); 1st Prize 
English Composition (4); Commencement Ora- 
tor. Teacher Classics, High School, Mont- 
clair, N. J., 75-77; Pastor 3d Church, Jersey 
City, N. J.. 81-82: Winter Hill, since 82; Pres. 
Associated Charities: Trustee Public Library 
and Andover Theol Sem. Member Boston 
Browning Soc. ; Ministers' (Boston) and Twen- 
tieth Century Clubs. 
Clergyman. 
12 Pembroke St., Winter Hill, Somerville, Mass 



Henry Augustus Oaks* 



A. B. 1875; M. D. 1878 Columbia. On Med. 
Stait New Haven Hosp., 78-89; Acting Asst. 
Surg., 79-84. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1885 



John Augustus Post 



© [L u" 



A. B. 1875; LL. B. 1879 Columbia. 

Lawyer. 

(Fidelity and Casualty Co., Chicago, 111.). 



Lewis Fuller Reid* 



6yY" 



A. B. 1875; A. M. 1886; Ph. D. 1887 Syracuse. 
2d English Composition Prize. 73; 1st, 75; 2d 
Junior Exhibition Premium, 74; Commencement 
Orator. Teacher Classics, Cornwall Heights 
(N. Y.) Acad, and Bishop Classical .School, 
Poughkeepsie, 75-80; Assoc. Principal and Pro- 
prietor of L. H. and L. F. Reid's Classical 
School, Lakeville, Conn., 80-98. Son of Lewis 
Hubbard Reid, Beta 47 and brother of Clarence 
Ledoux Reid, Beta 77 and Edward Winthrop 
Reid, Beta 86. 
Educator. d. 1898 



DeWitt Roosa 



6i;e" 



2_d English Comoosition Prize, 73. Member 

Kingston and Yale (New York) Clubs; Yale 

(Eastern New York) and Andover Alumni 

Assns.; Holland Soc. (New York); Soc. of 

Colonial Wars; Sons of the Am. Revolution. 

Lawyer. 

212 Fair St.. Kingston, N. Y. 

Charles Trumbull Russ* P X ''" 

A. B. 1875; LL. B. 1878 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key. Philosophical Oration and 2d Oratorical 
Premium at Junior Exhibition, 74; 2d English 
Composition Prize, 75; Salutatorian. 
Lawyer. d. 1881 

William Wotkyns Seymour* ® t, E" 

A. B. 1875; M. D. 1878 Harvard. Med. Externe, 
Boston City Hosp., 78; House Surg., 78-79. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1904 



Charles Carroll Suffren 



XDC 



LL. B. 1878. Kappa Sigma Epsilon; Book and 
Crown. 'Member Bar U. S. Supreme Court; 
.\m. Bar, Brooklyn Bar, Yale Alumni of Long 
Island and Andover Alumni Assns.; Kings 
County Historical and St. Nicholas of Nassau 
Island Socs. ; Brooklyn, University, Brooklyn 
Civic and Young Republican Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

215 Montague St.; res. 68 Buckingham rd., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



George Paull Torrence 



yDs" 



A. B. 1875; B. D. 1878 Berkeley Divinity 
School. Delta Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. Arch- 
deacon Diocese of Michigan City, Ind., 99-04;' 
Deputy to General Convention, 95-07 and 16; 
Member Standing Committee Diocese Michi- 
gan City and Indianopolis, Ind. 
Clergyman. 
16 N. 7th St., Hamilton, Ohio. 



George Underwood 



p^r 



A. B. 1875. Delta Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. Mem- 
ber Board of Education, 81-82; Pres., 82-84; 
Vice-Pres. and Trustee, Wells Coll.; Dir. 
Auburn Theol. Sem. Member Owasco County 
and Auburn City and University (New York, 
N. Y.), Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

Auburn Savings Bank Bldg. , res. 72 South St., 
Auburn, N. Y. 

Joseph Sheffield \^an Buren* 6 y; tc' 

Clerk. d. 1910 

Henry Moses Walradt y] D t" 

A. B. 1875; LL. B. 1879. Kappa Sigma Epsilon. 
3d English Composition Prize, 73; 1st, 75. Com- 
mencement Orator; Clark, and Berkeley Scholar- 
ships, 75. Principal Barnum School, Bridge- 
port, Conn., 75-76; South Norwalk Union 
School, 79-84; Chester Vallev Acad., Downing- 
ton. Pa., 84-86; Mt. Holly (N. J.) Acad., 86; 
Supt. of Schools, Town of Coventry, R. I. 
Brother of Arthur Eugene Walradt, Beta 80. 
Educator. 

Anthony, R. I.; res. 662 Washington St., Whit- 
man, Mass. 

Edwin Henry Weatherbee* p t s" 

A. B. 1875; LL. B. 1879 Columbia. Asst. U. S. 

Atty.. 79-81. 

Merchant. d. 1912 

Harmanus Madison Welch* P v. u" 

A. B. 1875. Asst. Phvs. Nursery Hosp., Ran- 
dall's Island, 77. d. 1877 

Eugene Wolcott Whitney P M Z" 

A. B. 1875; M. D. 1878 Rush Med. Coll. Delta 
Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. House Surg. Cook 
County Hosp.. 77-79; Surg., 84; Lecturer, Rush 
Med. Coll., 82-89: Pre.'^byterian Hosp.. 85-89; 
^^ember Staff, Holv Cross Hosp. Salt Lake 
City, 88 — : Pres. Utah State and Salt Lake 
County Med. Socs. Member University, 
Country and Bonneville (Salt Lake City, Utah) 
Clubs. 

Physician and Surgeon. 
San Diego, Cal. 



John Yard 



?0 



A. B. 1875; LL. B. 
Lawyer (retired). 
(Sandwich, Mass.) 



1878 Columbia. 



\ 



120 



BETA CHAPTER 



1876 



John Wolcott Andrews* 



OyZ^ 



A. B. 1876. Skull and Bones. Member Execu- 
tive Committee Vale Alumni Assn., Chicago, 

Merchant. d. 1887 



William Arnold 



P^T" 



A. B. 1879; LL. B. 1878 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key. 2d Mathematical Prize, 73; Capt. Football, 
75-76. 
Lawyer. 

(VVesthampton Beach, N. Y.) 



Otto Tremont Bannard 



pv^. 



A B 1876; A. M. 1908; LL. B. 1878 Columbia. 
Skull and Bones; Gamma Nu; Beta Xi. 
1st Composition Prize, 74; 2d Junior Oratorical 
Premium, 75; Editor Yale Record. 75-76. Mem. 
ber Board of Education, 90-92; Fellow Yale 
Corporation; Chief Clerk U. S. Dist. Court, 
Clerk's Office, 78-81. Member Century 
University, Union, Yale (Pres.), Republican,' 
Midday (Pres.), and South Side Clubs. 
Brother of Henry Clay Bannard, Beta 69 
Banker. 

26 Broad St.; res. 30 E. 58th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

Bradbury Bedell* a T" 

A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1877 Union Univ. Com- 
mencement Orator. 
Lawyer. d. 1902 



Frank Sherman Benson* 



evz. 



A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1879 Columbia. Scroll and 

Key. 

Lawyer. d. I9O7 



Horace Riverside Buck* 



P^^. 



A. B. 1876. Townsend Premium, 76. Teacher, 
Minn., 79-80; City Atty., Fort Benton, 83-88. 
Lawyer. j. 1897 



George Ensign Bushnell 



Y]Ap" 



A. B. 1876; Ph. D. 1878; M. D. 1880. Phi Beta 
Kappa. 3d English Composition Prize, 74; 1st, 
76; 2d Junior Oratorical Premium, 75; 1st Win- 
throp Prize and Scott German Prize, 75; 
Soldiers' Memorial Fellow in Yale Coll., 76-78. 
On House Staff German Hosp., 80-81; 1st Lieut 
and Asst. Surg. U. S. Army, 81; Capt., 86; Post 
Surg., Fort Ellis, Mont., 81-84; Fort Snelling, 
Minn., 84-88; Fort Preble, Maine, 85-88; In 
Command U. S. Army General Hosp. Fort 
Bayard, N. Mex. Member Armv and Navy 
Club (Washington, D. C). Son of George Bush- 
nell, Beta 42. 
Surgeon. 

Medical Corps, U. S. Army, Fort Bayard, N. 
Mex. 



Henry Maynard Butler* 



PtT" 



A. B. 1876. 
Lawyer. 



Frank Chamberlin* 



d. 1913 

A. B. 1876. Teacher, Milton, Pa., 76-77. 
Brother of James Irvin Chamberlin, Beta 73 
Lawyer. d.l910 

Edward Smith Clarke* r) t" 

A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1881 Columbia. 
Manufacturer. d. 1911 



George Eaton Coney 



[1876 
GrjZ. 

A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1880 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key. 3d English Composition Prize 74; Editor 
Yale Record, 75-76. 
Lawyer. 

31 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. ; res. 154 High- 
land Ave., Orange, N. J. 

A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1878 Columbia. Delta Kappa 
Epsilon; Beta Psi, Wrestling. Supervisor 
Town of Plymouth; Supervisor, Norwich; 
Trustee State Insane Asylum (Binghamton) ; 
Member Board of Education. Member Nor- 
wich Club. 
Lawyer. 
16 Cortland St., Norwich. N. Y. 



Daniel Burr Cushman 



Henry Wheeler DeForest 



P^^c 



A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1878 Columbia. Scroll and 

Key. Brother of Robert Weeks De Forest, Beta 

70 and Lockwood De Forest, Lambda 72. 

Lawyer. 

(30 Broad St.. New York, N. Y.) 

William Shearman Doolittle P x T" 

A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1879 Hamilton. Brother of 

Charles Andrews Doolittle, Gamma 70 and 

Julius Tyler Andrews Doolittle, Beta 84. 

Lawyer. 

(U. S. District Court, Post O'fice Bldg.; res. 

300 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y.) 

Augustus Wyncoop Dunning* 6 S t" 

A. B. 1876. Brother of Jacob Abramse Robert- 
son Dunning, Beta 74. 
Merchant. d. 1896 



Henry Clay Easton* 



A. B. 1876. 



Charles Newell Fowler 



6PT" 

d. 1876 

William Delancey Ellwanger* P ic t" 

A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1880 Albany Law School. 
Brother of Henry Brooks Ellwanger, Delta 73. 
Lawyer. d. 1913 

pSir" 

LL. B. 1878 Chicago Law School. Skull and 

Bones. 

Lawyer. 

(Salem Rd., Elizabeth, N. J.) 

Stephen Decatur Harrison ® 0^ 

A. B. 1876: M. D. 1879 Columbia. Sigma 
Epsilon. 1st Declamation Prize, 74; Capt. Crew 

75-76. On Staff Charity Hosp., 79-80; U. S. 

Pension Examining Surg., 85. Member New 

York and Wayne County Med. Assns. 

Oculist. 

408 N. Main St.; res. 410 Lake St., Elmira, N. Y. 

Charles DeForest Hawley* P T "^^ 

A. B. 1876. Editor Yale Record, 75-76. 
Mining Engineer. d. 1893 



Elmer Parker Howe 



p8Z" 



A. B. 1876; B. S. 1871 Worcester County Free 
Inst, of Industrial Sciences. Skull and Bones. 
Two 1st English Composition Prizes, 74; 2d 
Junior Exhibition Premium, 75; Pres Yale 
Navy, 75-76; Chairman Board of Editors Yale 
Literary Magazine, 75-76; Pres. Yale Glee Club, 
75-76; Commencement Orator. Member Algon- 
quin, Union, Eastern Yacht, University and 
Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

P. O. Box 1825, Boston; res. Cloutman's Point, 
Marblehead. Mass. 



18761 



BETA CHAPTER 



121 



Joseph Sexton Hunn 



© <p ■z" 



A. B. 1876. Member Yale (New York) and 

Genesee Valley Clubs. 

Lawver. 

328 Main St. E. ; res. Hotel Richford, Rochester, 

N. Y. 



Thomas Hunt 



PtC 



Isaac Morton Jackson 



A. B. 1876. 
Lawyer. 



A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1878 Columbia. Delta 
Kappa; Beta Xi. Commissioner U. S. Court 
of Claims for La., 79. Member University, 
Union and Yale and Metropolitan (Washing- 
ton) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
15 William St., New York; res. Tivoli, N. Y. 

P 0) T 
d. 1913 

A. B. 1876. Founder (1886) and Member Uni- 
versity Club. 
Journalist. 

2 S. Main St.; res. 656 12th E. St., Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 

Joseph Charles LeBourgeois* 9 v-^, 

A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1878 Washington Univ., St. 

Louis. 

Planter. d. 1905 



Rohert Johnson Jessup 






Edward Lewis Lockwood 

A. B. 1876. 

25 South St., Goshen, N. Y. 

OHver Ellsworth Lyman* 



P tcC 



8 n 7'" 

A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1878. Commencement 

Orator. 

Lawyer. d. 1884 



Everett James McKnight 



p X T 

A. B. 1876; M. D. 1879 Columbia. Pres. Foot- 
ball Assn. 
Financier. 
(1518 Third Ave., Louisville, Ky.). 



Joseph Lloward Marvin* 



p?r 



A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1878 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones. 1st English Composition Prize, 74; 
Editor Vale Literary Magazine, 75-76. 
Lawyer. d. lgS7 



Robert Louis Mintie* 



RH. 



A. B. 1876; M. D. 1880 Bennett Med. Coll., 
Chicago, 111. Drummer Boy Sth Inf. Regi- 
ment Conn. Vols., 64-65. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1895 



Frank Montgomery* 



riV\ 



A. B. 1876; A. B. 1874 Washington and Lee 
Univ; M. D. 1879 Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll. 
Resident Phys., Bellevue Hosp., 79-81. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1885 

Myron Henry Phelps 

Initiated by the Phi 

Thomas Moore Rochester* p t T 

A. B. 1876 Univ. of Rochester; M. D. 1878 
Univ. of Buffalo. Asst to Chair of Physiology, 
Long Island Coll. Hosp., 79-02: Gynecologist 
Brooklyn Central Dispensary. 80-02;; Visiting 
Surg. St. John's Hosp,, Brooklyn. 85-02. Mem- 
ber Kings County Med. Assn.; Kinsrs County 
Med. Soc., Brooklyn Anatomical and Surgical 



Soc; New York Acad, of Medicine and Fellow 

New York State Med. Assn. See Upsilon 

76 

Physician and Surgeon. d. 1903 



George Mills Rogers' 



p Y]T 

A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1878 Chicago Law School. 
Asst. City Atty., 85-86; City Prosecuting Atty., 
86-02; Sec. Yale Alumni Assn. of Chicago. 
Lawyer. d. 1914 

Edward Sherman Rowland* 

Lumber Inspector. 



d. 1891 



Leveritt Hyslip Sage 



©?z- 



A. B. 1876. 2d English Composition Prize (2), 

Member Oritani Field Club. 

Publisher. 

42 Clinton St., Newark; res. 416 River St., 

Hackensack, N. J. 

Lewis William Shaffer* tc T^ 

A. B. 1876. Scroll and Key. Member Execu- 
tive Committee Yale Alumni Assn. of Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, 79-80. Brother of Frank Holmes 
Shaffer, Beta T7 and Frederick David and 
Stanley Shaffer, Beta 83. 
Commission Merchant. d. 1898 



Rufus Biggs Smith 



P^t" 



A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1878 Cincinnati Law 
School. Skull and Bones. 2d English Com- 
position Prize, 74; Editor Yale Literary Maga- 
zine, 75-76; Asst. Prosecuting Atty. for Ham- 
ilton County, Ohio, 80-83; County Solicitor, 
83-02. Member Executive Committee Yale 
Alumni Assn. of Cincinnati, 79-80. Member 
Yale Alumni Assn. of Cincinnati. 
Lawyer. 
(1883 Madison Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio). 



David Trumbull, Jr.* 



©wC 



A. B. 1876. Scroll and Key. 2d Composition 
Prize, 74; 1st, 76; Editor Yale Pot-Pourri and 
Yale Index, 76; Member Boat Crew, 78. Son of 
David Trumbull. Beta 42; brother of John 
Trumbull. Beta 78, Stephen Trumbull, Beta 80, 
William Trumbull, Beta 83 and nephew of 
James Hedden Trumbull, Beta 48. 

d. 1878 

. PXt" 



Alfred James Wagstaff 



Examiner of Pensions U. S. Pension Bureau, 

Washi'ngton, D. C, 8002. 

Clerk. 

(Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.) 



Oeorge Creighton Webb 



$Rq" 



A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1878. Phi Theta Psi; 
Wolf's Head. First Pres. Yale Athletic Assn.; 
First Pres. and Founder Intercollegiate Athletic 
Assn.; Counsellor Embassy St. Petersburg, 92; 
Special Mission for Coronation of Czar, 96; 
Embassy Queen's Jubilee, 97; Inspr. General 
2d Division, 5th Army Corps, 98. Member 
University, Metropolitan (Washington, D. C), 
St. Nicholas, City Midday and Army and Navy 
(Washington, D. C.) Clubs; Army of San- 
tiago. Spanish War Veterans' and Sons of the 
Revolution. 

Lawver and Diplomat (retired). 
640 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 



Frank Erastus Wheeler 



P^t, 



A. B. 1876. Wolf's Head; Delta Kappa; Delta 

Beta Xi. 

Manufacturer. 

International Heater Co., Park Ave. near Erie 

Canal; res. 273 Genesee St.. Utica, N. Y. 



122 



BETA CHAPTER 



1876-771 



Edwin Dean Worcester 



ex;, 



A. B. 1876; LL. B. 1878. Skull and Bones; 
Delta Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. 1st and 3d Eng- 
lish Composition Prizes, 74; Philosophical Ora- 
tions, 75; Junior Exhibition Prize; De Forest 
Medal; Salutatorian. Member University, 
Century, Psi Upsilon, Yale and Graduates' 
(New Haven) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

30 Broad St.; res. 48 E. 49th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



1877 

Nathan [Davis] Abbott 



He?- 

A. B^ 1877; LL. B. 1893 Boston Univ. Scroll 

and Key. Professor of Law Columbia Univ. 

Educator. 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

Charles Landon Alvord S <p y] 

A. B. 1877. 

Manufacturer. 

47 Meadow St., Winsted, Conn. 

James Parkhill Andrews t] p ? 

A. B. 1877; LL. B. 1879. Scroll and Key ; 
Sigma Epsilon; Theta Psi. Baseball, 76-77. 
Special Prosecuting Atty. of Hartford, 83; 
Deputy Coroner, Hartford County, 83; Atty. 
Conn. Humane Soc. 85; Reporter, Supreme 
Court of Errors since 94; Member Municipal 
Art Soc; Trustee Conn. Inst, for the Blind; 
Conn. Branch George Jr, Republic. Author 
"Index Digest 95;" "Memorial History of 
Hartford County." Member Am. Bar and 
Conn. State Bar Assns. ; Graduates' (New 
Haven), Hartford Golf and Yale (New York) 
Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

Supreme Court Bldg. ; res. 1055 Prospect Ave., 
Hartford, Conn. 

Eugene Vog Baker fl] P 

A. B. 1877. Capt. Football, 76-77. Member 
California, Los Angeles Athletic. Los Angeles 
Country and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

T?paJ E^t3.tP 

503 Grant Bldg.; res. 503 St. Andrews PI,, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 



Arthur Umney Bannard 



SeY) 



A. B. 1877. Gamma Nu. Member Law Assn. 
Lawyer. 

125 S. 5th St.; res. 1130 Spruce St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 



Luther Daniels Bradley' 



?M, 



1st English Composition Prize and Prize for 

Poem, 75. 

Journalist. d. 1917 



Edgar Stickney Buffum 



H a Y] 



A. B. 1877. Kappa Sigma Epsilon; Phi Theta 
Psi. Member Yale (New York), Yale (Boston) 
and Newton (Newtonville) Clubs. Brother of 
Harry Austin Buffum, Beta 79 and David Han- 
son Buffum, Jr., Beta 85. 
Manufacturer. 

101 California St.. Newton; res. 371 Newton- 
ville Ave., Newtonville, Mass. 



Joseph Hayes Chandler 



XRq 



A. B. 1877; B. D. 1882 Andover Theol. Sem. 
1st Declamation Prize, 75; Editor Yale Cour- 
ant, 76-77. Teacher Park Inst., Rye, N. Y. ; 



Executive Sec. Chicago Church Federation 

Council, 11-12. Member Progressive Club. 

Clergyman. 

(5708 Dorchester Ave., Chicago, 111.) 



Frank Edgar Clark 



TQ e a 



A. B. 1877. Scroll and Key. 

Manufacturer. 

59 Pomeroy Terrace, Northamjiton, Mass. 



H \ S" 

Board of 



Arthur Wells Cole 

A. B. 1877. Delta Kappa; Beta P^i. 

Mgrs. Hyde Park Y. M. C. A. 

Architect. 

5413 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Richard Morse Colgate y) x g" 

A. B. 1877. Phi Beta Chi; Delta Kappa. Mem- 
ber Yale, University and Essex County (N. J.) 
Country Clubs and Down Town Assn. 
Manufacturer. 

199 Fulton St., New York, N. Y.; res. Llewellyn 
Park, West Orange, N. J. 

[Levi] Waldo Cory y] t^ <; 

Merchant. 
(Cooperstown, N. Y.) 

James Pierpont Davenport ''i 'I' ? 

A. B. 1877; Delta Kappa; 2d Junior E.xhibition 
Prize, 76; Editor Courant, 75-77. Deputy Clerk 
Court of General Sessions, 87-95; Justice Muni- 
cipal Court, 96-98; Asst. Deputy Register since 
11. 

Lawyer. 

150 Nassau St.; res. 849 W. 178th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

Charles Porter Dickinson 2 4"? 

A. B. 1877 

Manufacturer. 

Fitchburg; res. Lunenburg, Mass. 

Edward Martin Dudley* 



Scroll and Key. 
Index, 76. 
Publisher. 



Samuel Augustus Fisk* 



William Hall Ford 



xAe" 



Frank Daniel Goodhue 



H e ?■' 



S3H. 



Editor Yale Pot-Pourri and. 



d. 1909 

A. B. 1877; A. M. 1884; M. D. 1880 Harvard. 
2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 76. Prof. 
Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System. Univ. 
of Denver and Sec. Med. Faculty, 84-02; Sec. 
Colorado Meteorological Assn. and Denver 
Microscopical Soc. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1915 



A. B. 1877; LL. B. 1879 Columbia. Wolf's Head; 
Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Member University and 
Crescent Athletic (Brooklyn) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

2 Rector St., New York; res. 61, 2d PI., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 



A. B. 1877; Wolf's Head. Special LI. S. Dist. 
Atty. for the Southern Dist. of Ohio, 84-85. 
P. O. Box 477, Pasadena, Cal. 

Lewis Edward Goodier a o yj^ 

A. B. 1877; LL. B. 1878 Hamilton. Judge 
Advocate with rank of Lieut. -Colonel, U S. 
Army. 

Officer U. S. Army. 

Care Adjutant General of the .Army, Washing- 
ton. D. C. 



18771 



BETA CHAPTER 



123 



Anthony Gould 



S X Y] 



I 



Skull and Bones. 1st and 2d English Composition 

Prizes. 75; Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 76. 

Lawyer. 

(256 House Office Bldg., Washington, D. C.) 



jolin Riiggles Hatch'' 



H /, iQ 



A. B. 1877. Scroll and Key. Father of the 

Class Bov. 

Banker. d. 1900 



Thomas Avery Hine 



SpH. 

Brother of 



A. B. 1877. Member Yale Club. 

Edward Avery Hine, Beta 86. 

Publisher. 

100 William St., New York; res. 225 Howard 

Ave., Stapleton,' X. Y. 



Alpheus Clark Hodges'' 



S::H. 



A. B. 1877; B. D. 1881 Hartford Theol. Sem. 
Scroll and Key. 1st Berkeley Latin Premium, 
"4; Editor Yale Literary Magasinc, Tb-ll . Pas- 
tor, Buckland, Mass., 81-88. 
Clergyman. d. 1906 



James Birchard Howard 



I 



T F i' 



A. B. 1877. 

Lawyer. 

(301 Fountain St., Grand Rapids, Mich.) 



Albert Hoysradt* 



?>^^ 



A. B. 1877. Editor Yale Record, 76-77. 
Lawyer. d. 1897 



Henry Meyer Johnson'' 



?Ori 



A. B. 1877; LL. B. 1879 Columbia. Scroll and 

Kev. Brother of William Martin Johnson, 
Beta 61. 

Lawyer. d. 1907 



John Herbert Johnston 



SVY) 



A. B. 1877. Scroll and Key; Sigma Epsilon; 
Phi Theta Psi. Member Down Town Assn.; 
University and Yale Clubs. Son of John Tay- 
lor Johnston, Delta 39. 
Retired. 

.lO Broad St.; res. 18 Washington Sq. N., New 
York, N. Y. 



John Frisbee Keator* 



2!;y] 



A. B. 1877; LL. B. 1879 Univ. of Pa. Editor 
Yale Courant, 74-77. Brother of Bruce Smith 
Keator, Beta 79. 
Lawyer. d. 1910 

\A'illiam Penn Macomber* c, - H^ 

A. B. 1877. Scroll and Key. Financial Editor 

Yale Record, 76-77; Editor Yale Pot-Pourri, 
76 and Index, 76. 

Farmer. d. 1885 



p VC 
d. 1904 



T, G) 



S" 



Charles Baynard Martin* 
Charles Sumner Mervine 

A. B. 1877; B. D. 1881 Drew Theol. Sem. 
Teacher, Milton, Pa., 77-78; Pastor, New Hol- 
land, Pa., 81-82; Franklinville, 82-84; Raubs- 
ville since 84. 
Clergyman. 
301 Church St., Roycrsford, Pa. 

Timothy Dwight Merwin r, V l" 

A. B. 1877. Commencement Orator. Mem- 
ber Yale and Bankers' Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

2 Rector St., New York, N. Y.; res. 71 Crest- 
mont Rd., Montclair, N. J. 



Charles Sumner Miller a Q x 

A. B. 187*7; LL. B. 1879 Columbia. Delta 
Kappa. Berkeley Premium for Translation of 
English into Latin; Colloquy Appointment at 
Commencement. Member Yale New York) 
and Crescent Athletic (Brooklyn) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

2 Rector St., New York; res. 71 Columbia 
Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Edwin Oscar Perrin, Jr.* iQ J p 

A. B. 1877; LL. B. 1880 Albany Law School. 
Lawyer and Fruit Grower. d. 1888 



Frank Hinchman Piatt 



Hx?" 



A. B. 1877; LL. B. 1879 Columbia. Wolf's 
Head; Delta Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. 2d Eng- 
lish Composition Prize, 77; Pres. Yale Club. 
Member University, Union League, Yale, Lo- 
tos, Graduates' (New Haven) and Sleepy Hol- 
low Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

120 Broadway; res. 242 W. 74th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

OrviUe Reed P D y; 

A. B. 1877; B. D. 1884 Auburn Theol. Sem; 
Ph. D. 1905 New York Univ. 2d Declamation 
Prize, 75; Glee Club (Pres. 4); Tutor Robert 
Coll. (Constantinople), 80-83; Assoc. Pastor 
Hope Church, Springfield, Mass., 84-88; Sec. 
Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions. 
Clergyman. 

Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions, 156 
Fifth Ave.; res. 514 W. 122d St., New York, 
N. Y. 

Clarence Ledoux Reid* 



S^^ 



A. B. 1877. Chairman Class Day Commit- 
tee, 77. Teacher, Stamford, Conn., 77-80; 
Deputy Judge Borough Court, Stamford, 83-02. 
Son of Lewis Hubbard Reid. Beta 47, brother 
of Lewis Fuller Reid. Beta 75, Edward Winth- 
rop Reid, Beta 86 and nephew of Horace Hall 
Reid, Beta 43. 
Lawyer. d. 1907 



Henrv Roberts 



riS?" 



A. B. 1877; LL. B. 1879. Theta Psi; Sigma 
Epsilon. Editor Yale Record, 75-76: Alder- 
man Hartford, 97-99; Member Conn. House of 
Representatives, 99-01; Member and Pres. 
.State Senate, 01-03: Lieut. Governor Conn., 
03-05; Governor, 05-07. Member Hartford, 
Republican, Country and University and Yale 
(New York) Clubs. 
Manufacturer (retired). 

36 Pearl St.; res. 1110 Prospect Ave., Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Frank Holmes Shaffer ? y y)^ 

A. B. 1877; LL. B. 1879 Univ. of Mich. Scroll 
and Key; Phi Theta Psi; Delta Kappa. Trus- 
tee Cincinnati Sinking Fund. Member Queen 
City, Business Men's and Literarv Clubs. 
Brother of Lewis William Shaffer. Beta 76, 
and Stanley and Frederick David Shaffer. 
Beta 83. 
Lawyer. 

30 Atlas Bank Bldg.; res. 2260 Park Ave., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Thomas Edward \''ermilye Smith 

S[XY3^ 

A. B. 1877: LL. B. 1879 Columbia. Wolf's 
Head; Delta Kappa: Delta Beta Xi. Author 
"New York City in 1789;" "Political Parties in 



124 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1877-7^ 



New York." Member Sons of the Revolu- 
tion; Soc. of Colonial Wars. 
Lawyer (retired). 
24 Bayard Lane, Princeton, N. J. 



Frederick Julian Stimson 



^C?"' 



A. B. 1877: LL. B. 1879 Columbia. Member 
University and Yale Clubs. Brother of Lewi<; 
Atterbury Stimson, Beta 63, Henry Albert Stim- 
son, Beta 65 and John Ward Stimson, Beta 72. 
Lawyer. 

2 Rector St.: res. 109 E. 71st St., New York, 
N. Y. 



John Seymour Thacher 



H T ? 



A. B. 1877; M. D. 1880 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones; Delta Kappa. Woolsey Scholar, 74-77; 
1st Berkeley Latin Premium and 1st Mathe- 
matical Prize, 74; 2d Declamation Prize 75- 
Philosophical Oration at Junior Exhibition 76- 
1st English Composition Prize, 11; De Forest 
Scholar, 77-78; Salutatorian. Member Uni- 
versity Century and Yale Clubs, Automobile 
Cub of America. Brother of James Kingsley 
Thacher, Beta 68, Thomas Thacher, Beta 71, 
Edward Stanley Thacher, Beta 72, Alfred 
Beaumont Thacher, Beta 74, Sherman Day 
1 hacher. Beta 83 and William Earned Thacher 
Beta 87. 
Physician. 

20 W. 50th St.; res. 815 Fifth Ave., New York 
N. Y. 

George Huntington Thomas* y] x i' 

A. B. 1877; LL. B. 1879. 1st Berkeley Latin 
Premium. 74; 3d English Composition Prize, 75- 
2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 76 
Lawyer. ,, jgg; 

Andrew Britton VanHorne* p 7 t^ 

•A,. B. 1877; M. D. 1880 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key. Interne New York Charity Hosp., 80-81 
Rancher. d. 1888 

Nathaniel Upham Walker r^ u 2" 

A B. 1877. Football; Baseball. Sec. Yale 

Alumni Assn. of Boston, 86. Son of Joseph 

Burbeen Walker, Beta 44 and brother of 

Charles Rumford Walker, Beta 74. 

Lawyer. 

53 State St., Boston; res. 115 Buckminster Rd. 

Brookline, Mass. 

William Erving Whitney* t) J p" 

A. B. 1877. 
Merchant. 



Arthur Williams 



d. 1902 

A. B. 1877. Kappa Sigma Epsilon; Theta Psi. 
Assoc. Principal New York School of 
Languages, 86. 
Educator (retired). 
Chaplin, Conn. 

William Pierrepont Williams* H ^ 2" 

A. B. 1877; LL. B. 1879 Columbia. 

Lawyer. ^ J9J2 

1878 

Henry Alexander Barling, Jr.* a w p" 

A. B. 1878. 
Commission Merchant. 

Fred Jason Beckwith* 



d. 1902 

TG© 

A. B. 1878; M. D. 1882 Harvard Citv Phvs.. 
83-84 and 85-02; Acting Asst. Surg. U. Sl Marine 
Hosp., 85-02. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1907 



Douglas Putnam Birnie 



•^4' P. 



A. B. 1878; B. D. 1885 Union Theol Sem 
Wolf's Head; He Boule; Delta Kappa; Phi 
Theta Psi. Principal High School, Rockville. 
Conn., 78-80; Pastor, Cazenovia, N. Y. 85' 
Member Cosmos, Chevy Chase and Yale (New 
York) Clubs. 
Clergyman. 
1711, 19th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 



Isadore Nathan Bloom 



V J e" 



A. B. 1878; M. D. 1881 Harvard. Kappa Sigma 
Epsilon: Sigma Chi. Prof. Med. Dept. Univ. of 
Louisville; Phys. Masonic Home, City Hosp., 
Jewish Hosp. and Norton Infirmary; Member 
and Pres. Board of Education. Louisville; Pres. 
Western Associated Yale Clubs, 16; Advisory' 
Board Yale Alumni Assn., 13; Pres. Y. M. 
H. A. Member Yale Alumni Assn. of Louisville 
Literary, Pendennis, Yale (New York) and 
Harvard Clubs; State Med. and Am. Med. Assns.l 
Physician. 

Atherton Bldg.; res. 1629 S. Third .\ve . Louis 
ville. Ky. 



Herbert Wolcott Bowen 



XL6" 



A. B. 1878; A. M. 1903; LL. B. 1881 cum laude 
Columbia. Delta Kappa. Track; Rowing; 

Founder Yale News. C)onsul to Spain, 90-94; 
Consul-General Barcelona, Spain, 94-99; Min- 
ister and Consul-General, Teheran, Persia. 99- 
01; Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni- 
potentiary Venezuela, 01-05; Counsel for U. S. 
and Venezuela. Author "In Divers Tones;" 
"Losing Ground;" "De Genere Humano," and 
"International Law." Member Ends of the 
Earth (New York) Club. Brother of John 
Eliot Bowen, Beta 81. 
Retired. 
Woodstock, Conn. 



George William Burton 



H5(P 



A. B. 1878. Editor Yale Courant. 77-78. Chair- 
man Am. Red Cross; Treas. La Crosse Public 
Library. Member La Crosse and T.a Crosse 
Country and University (Chicago) Clubs. ; 

Banker. | 

114 N. 4th St.; res. 1428 Main St., La Crosse, I 
Wis. 



Henry Eugene Coe* 



S?P. 



A. B. 1878; LL. B. 1880 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key. 2d Berkeley Latin Premium, 75; Townsend 
Premium, 78. 
Lawyer. 



Arthur Nott Cooley 



Boe 



Farmer. 

249 Holmes Rd., Pittsfield, Mass. 



Andrew Fay Currier 



osP" 

A. B. 1878; M. D. 1880; M. D. 1881 Columbia. 
Kappa Sigma Epsilon; Linonia; Brothers in 
Unity. Financial Editor Yale Record and 
Business Mgr. Glee Club, 77-78. On House 
Staff Woman's Hosp., 80-82; As.st. Surg. Skin 
and Cancer Hosp.; Asst. fExterne) for Diseases 
of Women. New York Hosp. and New York 
Post-Graduate School and Hosp.; Asst. Sanitary 
Inspr., New York Board of Health (Summer 
Corps). 83-88. 
Physician and Journalist. 

The Globe, 73 Dey St., New York; res. 173 E. 
Lincoln Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 



Ernest Davis* 

Son of Alson Chapin Davis, Theta 56. 



■0 u P. ; , 

d. 1880 i' 



1878] 



BETA CHAPTER 



125 



Archibald Alexander Dershimer* 

xse" 

A. B. 1878. Teacher, Seward, Nebr., 79-80; 
Prof. Natural Sciences, Seward Preparatory 
School of Medicine and Surgery, 80-81. 
Educator. d. 1881 

Salter Erskine Dimmick* y] t p 

A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1880 Columbia. Brother of 

Joseph Benjamin Dimmick, Beta 81. 

Lawyer. d. 1882 



Edward Willis Flagg 



aaO" 



A. B. 1878; A. M. 1890. Gamma Nu. Two 2d 
Prizes English Composition; Editor Yale 
Record. Teacher. Glencoe, III., 78-83; State 
Normal School, 83 — ; Warden Trinity Church; 
Trustee, Public Library. 
Educator. 
Potsdam. N. Y. 

Roger [Sherman Baldwin] Foster 

XAP 

A. B. 1878; A. M. 1883; LL. B. 1880 cum laude 
Columbia. Skull and Bones; Phi Theta Psi; 
Delta Kappa. 2d Municipal Law Prize Columbia, 
80. Hurlbut Scholar in Yale, 75-76; Berkeley 
Latin Premium, 75; 2d Junior Exhibition 
Premium, 77; Townsend Premium, 78. Member 
Manhattan, Reform, New York Athletic, 
National Democratic and Deer Island Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

55 Liberty St.; res. 69 W. 55th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Charles Minor Gilbert* 



xp 



A. B. 1878. Teacher Packard's Business Coll., 
New York, 78-79. Brother of George Edwards 
Gilbert, Beta 78. d. 1881 



reorge Edwards Gilbert* 



Hxe. 



A. B. 1878. Teacher Englewood, N. J., 78-79. 
Brother of Charles Minor Gilbert, Beta 78. 
Educator. d. 1879 

V^illiam Thurston Gilbert* <^ P Pt 

A. B. 1878; LL. B. 1880 Columbia. 

Lawyer. d. 1908 

'illiam Brown Glover* ? t: p 

A. B. 1878; LL. B. 1880 Columbia. Member 
Conn. Legislature, 83-85; Judge Probate Court, 
Dist. of Fairfield, 85-88. 
Lawyer. d. 1896 

[oward Clark Hollister a o p 

A. B. 1878: LL. B. 1880 Cincinnati Law 
School. Scroll and Key; He Boule; Delta 
Kappa; Phi Theta Psi. Asst. Prosecuting Atty., 
Hamilton County, Ohio, 81-82; Judge Court of 
Common Pleas, 1st Judicial Dist. of Ohio, 93- 
98; U. S. Dist. Judge since 10. Member Queen 
City, Country and Literary Clubs; Historical 
and Philosophical Socs. (Ohio). 
Jurist. 

Government Bldg.; res. 1887 Madison Rd., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

William Knowles James S U i: 

A. B. 1878. Skull and Bones. 2d Junior Ex- 
hibition Premium, 77-78. 
Agriculturist. 
(R. R. No. 3, St. Joseph, Mo.) 



Carlton Rogers Jewett "O I ^^ 

A. B. 1878; M. D. 1881 Columbia. Scroll and 

Key.. Med. Stai=f New York Hosp., 81-82. 

Member Buffalo and University Clubs. 

Physician. 

248 Linwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

John Qtiincy Adams Johnson a v p 

A. B. 1878; LL. B. 1880 Columbia. Pres. 

Univ. Football Assn. 

Lawyer. 

(87 High St., Yonkers, N. Y.) 



Edwin Morgan Joslyii'' 
Clarence Hill Kelsey 



A. B. 1878; A. M. 1880. Gamma Nu; Skull 
and Bones. Philosophical Oration at Junior 
Exhibition, 77; Scott Prize in German, 77; 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 77-7%; Valedic- 
torian; Soldiers' Memorial Fellow, 78-79; 
Woolsey Scholar, 75-78; Berkeley Latin Pre- 
mium and 3d Mathematical Prize, 75; Two 
2d English Composition Prizes, 76. Member 
Yale, University and Bankers' Clubs. Brother 
of Clifford Stephen Kelsey, Beta 83. 
T?poi Eststc 

Title Guarantee and Trust Co., 176 Broadway, 
New York, N. Y.; res. 115 Prospect St., East 
Orange, N. J. 

Harry Bruce McCarroll* S ^ O" 

A. B. 1878; M. D. 1881 Columbia. House 

Staff, Presbyterian Hosp., 81-83; Instr. New 

York Post-Graduate Med. School and Hosp., 85- 

88. 

Physician and Surgeon. d. 1904. 

HiP 

A. B. 1878. Delta Kappa. Pres. Base Ball 

Assn. 78. 

Manufacturer. 

Blair Motor Truck Co., Newark; res. 395 E. 

Broad St., Columbus, Ohio. 

xve. 



John Prouty McCiine 



Charles Henry Morgan 



Manufacturer. 

(71 AUandale Ave. East, Cleveland, Ohio). 



George Seth Morgan 



•nec 



M. D. 1879 New York Homeopathic Coll. 

Physician and Surgeon. 

(93 Huntington St., New London, Conn.) 

Raymond Albert Patterson* x ^ p. 

Editor Yale Record, 76-77. Brother of John 

Closey Patterson, Beta 66. 

Journalist. d. 1909 



John Northrup Peet* 



Y]Sp" 



A. B. 1878. Brother of Robert Edward Peet, 

Lambda 88. 

Merchant. d. 1912 

George Edward Pollock a y p 

Skull and Bones. Member Union, Knicker- 
bocker and Automobile Clubs. Brother of 
William Pollock, Beta 82 and Edward Learned 
Pollock, Beta 84. 
37 W. 47th St., New York, N. Y. 



Frederick Potter 



HpP, 



A. B. 1878; LL. B. 1880 Columbia. Scroll and 

Key. 

Financier. 

(71 Broadwav, New York, N. Y.) 



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[1878 



William Ruggles Sanborn 



ri 9 S" 



A. B. 1878; LL. B. 1880. Theta Psi; Delta 

Kappa. 

Lawyer (retired). 

Strafford, Vt. 

Lawrence Henry Schwab* X F 0" 

A. B. 1878; B. D. 1881 Philadelphia Divinity 
School. Berkeley Latin Prize, 75; Asst. Min- 
ister St. Michael's Church, New York, 81-82; 
Rector St. Stephen's Church, Grand Island, 
Nebr., 82-83; Church of the Nativity, New 
York, 84-02; Asst., Worcester, Mass., 83-84. 
Clergyman. d. 1911 



Charles Herbert Shaw* 



AW P. 



A. B. 1878; LL. B. 1885 Columbia. W. W. 

DeForest Scholar, 78-79. 

Lawyer. d. 1915 



Edward Wier Smith 



?Zp" 



A. B. 1878; M. D. 1882 McGill. Baseball; 
Football; Fellow Am. Coll. of Surgeons. Mem- 
ber State Med. Soc. and Home, Colonial and 
Hyland Country Clubs. 
Physician and Surgeon. 

34 W. Main St.; res. Bradley Ave., Meriden, 
Conn. 

Charles Langford Spencer S 

A. B. 1878. Skull and Bones. Editor Yale 

Record, 75-77; Yale Literary Magasine, 77-7&, 

Brother of Edward Curran Spencer, Beta 80. 

Clerk. 

(U. S. District Court; res. 490 Summit Ave., 

St. Paul, Minn.) 



Charles Martin Stone 



Ha0" 



A. B. 1878. Skull and Bones. 

Real Estate. 

303 Savings Bank Bldg., Binghamton, N. Y. 



Theodore Chester Strong* 



sje 



A. B. 1878. 
•Beta 84. 



Brother of William Lord Strong, 

d. 1878 



William Howard Taft 



■OWp, 



A. B. 1878; LL. D. 1893; LL. B. 1880 Cincin- 
nati Law School; LL. D. 1902 Univ. of Pa.; 
1905 Harvard; 1905 Miami; 1907 Univ. of 
Iowa; 1909 Wesleyan; 1912 Princeton. Skull 
and Bones. Runk Scholar, 75-76; 1st Mathe- 
matical Prize, 75; Two 1st English Composi- 
tion Prizes, 76; Philosophical Oration at 
Junior Exhibition and 2d Junior Exhibition 
Premium, 77; Salutatorian. Asst Prosecuting 
Atty. Hamilton County, 81-83; Asst. County 
Solicitor, 85-87; Judge Superior Court, Cincin- 
nati, 87-90; Solicitor-General of U. S.. 90-92; 
U. S. Circuit Judge, 6th Circuit, 92-00; Prof, 
and Dean Law Dept. Univ. of Cincinnati, 96- 
00; Pres. U. S. Philippine Commission, 00-01; 
First Civil Governor of Philippine Islands, 01- 
04; Appointed by Pres. Roosevelt, 02 to Confer 
with Pope Leo XIII at Rome; Sec. of War, 
U. S., 04-08; Provisional Governor of Cuba for 
Short Period, 06; Visited Foreign Nations by 
direction of Pres. Roosevelt, 07; Pres. of U. 
S., 09-13; Pres. National Red Cross Soc, since 
06; Kent Prof, at Law, Yale Univ. since 13; 
Pres. Am. Bar Assn., 13. Author "Popular 
Government." Member Psi Upsilon Club (New 
York). Brother of Henry Waters Taft, Beta 
80 and Horace Dutton Taft, Beta 83. 
Educator. 
367 Prospect St.. New Haven, Conn. 



Inajiro [Taneka] Tajiri 



A. B. 1878; LL. D. 1898 Tokyo Imperial Univ. 
Viscount; Member House of Lords; Prof. 
Political Economy, Univ. of Toyko; Premier 
President de la Cour de Comptes. Author 
"Outline of Political Economy" and "Finance 
and Money Market." 
Government. 

Ohtemachi Kuwaikeikensain ; res. Koishikawa 
Kantomicho 49, Tokyo, Japan. 



Arthur Bailey Taylor* 



(7(J;p 



A. B. 1878. 
Manufacturer. 



George Trowbridge* 



John Trumbull 



d. 1886 

? X ^" 

A. B. 1878; A. M. 1882; M. D. 1881 Columbia. 

Scroll and Key. 

Physician and Surgeon. d. 1898 

A. B. 1878; M. D. 1883 Harvard; M. D. 1884 
Univ. of Chile; Berzelius Soc. Commencement 
Orator. House Surg. Boston City Hosp., 82- 
83. Member Massachusetts Medical Soc. Son 
of David Trumbull, Beta 42, brother of David 
Trumbull, Jr., Beta 76, Stephen Trumbull, Beta 
80 and William Trumbull, Beta 83 and nephew 
of James Heddcn Trumbull, Beta 48. 
Physician. 

Casilla 851; res. 31 Lubida Concepcion, Val- 
paraiso Chile. 

Cyrus Calhoun Turner 9^^,. 

A. B. 1878. 

Merchant. 

(5 Beekman St., New York, N. Y.) 

William Allen VanBuren* a (O P" 

A. B. 1878: LL. B. 1880 Ind. Univ. Scroll 
and Key. Teacher Classics De Garmo Inst., 
Rhinebeck, N. Y., 78-79. Brother of James 
Heartt VanBuren, Beta 73. 
Lawyer. d. 1906 

Benjamin Rush Wendell 8 C 0^ 

A. B. 1878; A. M. 1883; LL. B. 1882 Columbia. 
Member Cincinnati and St. Nicholas Socs.; 
Colonial Order of New York; Cazenovia (Caze- 
novia, N. Y.), L^nion and Yale (New York) and 
Metropolitan (Washington) Clubs. Brother of 
Ten Eyck Wendell, Beta 80. 
Lawyer (retired). 
Cazenovia, N. Y. 

Frank Baldwin Wesson* H u P 



Scroll and Key. 
Insurance. 



d. 1903 



George Patten Whittlesey "0 IJ"- P 

A. B. 1878; LL. B. 1881 Columbian Univ. Wolf's 
Head; Delta Kappa. Member National Geo- 
graphic Soc; Am. Forestry Assn.; Military 
Order Loyal Legion; Yale Club of Southern Cal. 
and Cosmos Club (Washington, D. C). Brother 
of Tames Thomas Whittlesey, Beta 89. 
Patent Lawyer. 

724 S. Spring St., Los Angeles; res. 476 W. 
California St., Pasadena, Cal. 

Marrion Wilcox 



9 GO. 



A. B. 1878; LL. B. 1880. Scroll and Key. 
Literary Essay Medal. Instr. Williston Sem., 
83-84: Sheffield Scientific School, 84-86. Author 
"A Short History of the War with .Spain;" 
"Sketches in Snain, England and Italy;" 
"Harper's History of the War in the 
Philippines." Member Yale Club. 
Author and Journalist. 

Encyclopedia Americana Corporation, 27 Wil- 
liam St., New York, N. Y. 



1878-79 J 



BETA CHAPTER 



127 



Thomas Cook W'orcim* 2 p p, 

A. B. 1878. 

Broker. d. 1905 

Rudolf Wurts ci j 

A. B. 1878. Scott Prize in French, 77. 

Manager. 

Tramway Office. Acland St.; res. 50 Chaucer 

St., St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 

William Lawrence Ross Wurts ? tc p 

A. B. 1878. Delta Kappa; Linonian; Berkeley 
Assn.; Class Orchestra and Glee Club. Scott 
Prize in French, 77; 2d Berkeley Latin 
Premium, 75; Editor Yale Courant, 76-78; 
Latin Composition Prize. Author "Florian 
Oborocki — A Memoir." 
Journalist. 

Branford, PI. and Nutria St., Newark; res. 381 
Ellison St., Paterson, N. T. 

1879 

Hugh Dudley Auchincloss* P y I" 

A. B. 1879. Scroll and Key. Brother of Edgar 
Sterling Auchincloss, Beta 64 and Frederic 
Lawton .\uchincloss. Beta 71 and uncle of 
Edgar Stirling Auchincloss, Beta 96, Hugh 
.\uchincloss. Beta 01, Charles Crooke Auchin- 
closs, Beta 03 and James Coats and Gordon 
.•\uchincloss, Beta 08. 
Merchant. d. 1913 

Ralph Barker Pal" 

A. B. 1879. Delta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 

Member Yale (New York) and University 

(Bridgeport) Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

22 William St., New York, N. Y.; res. 143 Cole- 
man St., Bridgeport, Conn. 



Poultney Bigelow 



a TC t 



^ A. B. 1879; A. M. 1900. He Boule; Kappa Sigma 
Epsilon. Chairman Editorial Board, i'ale 
Courant (3) (4) ; 2d Berkeley Latin Premium, 
(1); Chairman Ivy Committee; Capt., Sec. and 
Treas. Rowing Club. Trustee School Board. 
Author "The Emperor and His Eastern Neigh- 
bors;" "Paddles and Politics Down the 
Danube;" "The Borderland of Czar and 
Kaiser;" "History of the German Struggle for 
Liberty:" "White Man's Africa;" "Children 
of the Nations." Member Royal United Serv- 
ice Institution (London) ; Woolwich Ethologi- 
cal Soc. (London) ; Royal Geogragphic, New 
York Historic and Army Relief Socs.; Am. 
Political Science Assn.; Ends of the Earth 
(Chairman), Authors', Royal Corinthian Yacht, 
Cobden (London) and Imperial Yacht (Kiel) 
Clubs. 

Author (retired). 
Maiden on Hudson, N. Y. 



Edward Tyler Blair 



PIT 



A. B. 1879. Member Union, Chicago Literary 

and Apollo Clubs. 

Financier (retired). 

1516 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 111. 



Edward Augustus Bowers 



Sfl" 



A. B. 1879; LL. B. 1881. Wolf's Head. 
Judge City Court of Groton, S. Dak.. 83-85; U. 
S. Inspr. Public Land Service, 86-89; Asst. 
Commissioner General Land Office. 93-95; 
Asst. Comptroller U. S. Treasury, 95-98; Lec- 
turer on Forest Law Yale Forest School since 
01. Member Graduates' and Country, Uni- 
versity (New York), Metropolitan, Cosmos, 
Chevy Chase and Alibi (Washington, D. C.) 
Clubs. 
Lawyer (retired). 



Exchange Bldg.; res. 258 St. Ronan St., New 
Haven, Conn. 

WUeaton Bowers* s H, 



Lloyd 



A. B. 1879; LL. B. 1882 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones. Philosophical Oration at Junior Exhi- 
bition, 78; Valedictorian; Soldiers' Memorial 
Fellow, 79-80. 
Lawyer. d. 1910 

P TC 7C" 

A. B. 1879. Delta Kappa. School Board; 

Trustee Congregational Soc. and Knox Hosp. 

Brother of Edgar Stickney Buffum, Beta 77 

and David Hanson Buffum, Jr., Beta 85. 

Manufacturer. 

Rockland & Rockport Lime Co., Rockland, 

Maine. 



Harry Austin Buffum 



Lucien Francis Burpee 



0xr 



A. B. 1879; LL. B. 1881 Hamilton. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Skull and Bones; Two 1st Composition 
Prizes, 77; 1st, 79; 2d, Junior Exhibition Pre- 
mium, 78; Townsend Premium, 79; Editor 
Yale Literary Magazine and Yale Record. 
Prosecuting Atty, 83-90; Corporation Counsel, 
90-96; Judge W^aterbury City Court, 97-09; 
Judge Superior Court of Conn, since 09; Col. 
2d Regiment N. G. Conn., 95-99; Lieut. Colonel 
U. S. Vols., 98; Commander Veterans Spanish 
War Order of Conn. Brother of Charles 
Winslow Burpee, Beta 83. 
Jurist. 
49 Forest St., Hartford, Conn. 



Ernest Carter 



evT 



A. B. 1879. Scroll and Key. Woolsey Scholar, 
76-79; 1st Berkeley Latin Premium, 76; Philo- 
sophical Oration at Junior Exhibition, 78. 
Brother of Leslie Carter, Beta 73. 
Financier. 
(29 Wall St., New York, N. Y.) 

Chun Lung* p p z 

A. B. 1879. 3d Mathematical Prize, 77; 2d 

Junior Exhibition Premium, 78. 

Planter. d. 1889 



Oliver Turnbull Crane 



ADn. 



A. B. 1879; A. M. 1889 Rutgers. 
Lawyer. 

(Federal Bldg.; res. Elizabeth nr. Hauser, Ken- 
wood, Helena, Mont.) 



Henry Herbert Donaldson 



HI. 



A. B. 1879; D. Sc. 1906; Ph. D. 1885 Johns 
Hopkins Univ. Scroll and Key; He Boule; 
Delta Kappa. 3d English Composition Prize, 
77. Prof, of Neurology The Wistar Inst. 
Author "Growth af the Brain;" "The Rat." 
Member University (Philadelphia, Pa.) and 
Century (New York) Clubs. 
Educator. 

The W^i.star Institute; res. 3310 Race St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

©TUF 



John Villiers Farwell, Jr. 



A. B. 1879. Scroll and Key. 2d Berkeley 

Latin Premium, 76. Member Chicago Literary 

and Union Clubs; Chicago Historical Soc. 

Brother of Francis Cooley Farwell, Beta 82. 

Merchant. 

(102 S. Market St., Chicago, 111.) 



Samuel Peters Fosdick 



pI" 



A. B. 1879; LL. B. 1881 Columbia. 1st Berke- 
ley Latin Premium, 76. 
Builder. 

Vuono Construction Co.. 305 Main .St.; res. 
34 Atlantic St., Stamford, Conn. 



128 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1879 



Edward Stacy Fowler* 



A. B. 1879. 
Journalist. 



Pan. 



3d English Composition Prize, IT . 

d. 1908 



John Milton Fox 



© G K" 



A. B. 1879; LL. B. 1881 Columbian Univ.; A. 
M. 1894 Univ. of Kans. Phi Beta Kappa. 
1st Honors and 1st Prize, Columbian Univ., 
81; Philosophical Oration at Junior Exhibi- 
tion, 78 and Commencement Orator; Senior 
Astronomical Prize, 78. 
Lawyer. 

First National Bank Bldg.; res. SOI Wabash 
Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 



Henry Sherwood Green 



A. B. 1879; LL. B. 1881 Columbian Univ.; LL. 
D. 1901 Bethany Coll. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull 
and Bones; He Boule; Gamma Nu. Crew; 3d 
Declamation Prize, 11; 2d Junior Exhibition 
Premium, 78; Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 
78-79. State Historian and Archivist, W. Va. 
Historian and Archivist. 
State House Annex, Charleston, W. Va. 



Robert Ryers Griswold 



p<pr 



A. B. 1879. Governor and Pres. Binghamton 

Club. Member Binhamton Club. 

Merchant. 

214 State St.; res. 210 Court St., Binghamton, 

N. Y. 

Amos Lawrence Hatheway A J I" 

A. B. 1879. 1st and 2d English Composition 
Prizes, 77; Commencement Orator. Brookline 
Planning Board and Board Municipal Improve- 
ments, Member University and Country Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

60 State St., Boston; res. 259 St. Paul St., 
Brookline, Mass. 



Edwin Cooper Haynie* x I 

Scroll and Key; He 
d. 1916 



A. B. 1879; LL. B. 1881. 

Boule. 

Merchant. • 



Henry Hitchcock 



p^pr 



A. B. 1879; LL. B. 1881 St. Louis Law School. 
Skull and Bones. Runk Scholar, 76-79; 1st 
Berkeley Latin Premium, 76; 3d English Com- 
position Prize, 77. 
Lawyer (retired). 
54 Vandeventer PI., St. Louis, Mo. 



Bruce Smith Keator 



Ool" 



A. B. 1879; M. D. 1881 Long Island Coll. Hosp. ; 
M. D. 1881 New York Homeopathic Med. Coll. 
Scroll and Key. 1st Declamation Prize, 77; 
Valedictorian. Pres. Public Grounds Commis- 
sion; Common Council and Mayor of the City; 
Pres. Board of Trade, Asbury Park (8 years) ; 
Commissioner N. J. State Reformatory; 
Executive Sec. N. J. State Board of Health; 
Member N. J. Convict Labor Commission; Mem- 
ber New Jersey State .Sanitary Assn.; Am. Pub- 
lic Health Assn.; National Assn. for the Study 
and Prevention of Tuberculosis; National Assn. 
of Med. Milk Commission; Fellow of .Am. Acad, 
of Medicine. Brother of John Frisbce Keator, 
Beta 77. 

Physician and Surgeon. 
Keator Block, Asbury Park, N. J. 



George Morrill Kimball 



p^r 



A. B. 1879; M. D. 1884 Harvard. Delta Kappa; 
He Boule. On Surgical Staff, Mass. General 
Hosp., 83-85; Boston Lying-in Hosp., 85. Mem- 



ber Wonolancet (Concord), Union (Boston^ 
and Army and Navy (New York) Clubs. 
Manufacturer and Banker. 
266 N. Main St., Concord, N. H. 

George Washington Kirchwey P C O^ 

A. B. 1879; LL. D. 1908; LL. D. 1908 New 
York Univ.; LL. D. 1908 Univ. of Cincinnati. 
3d Composition Prize, 77; 1st Junior Exhibition 
Premium, 78; Townsend Premium, 79; Pres. 
Linonia, 78-79; Commencement Orator. Prof, 
of Law, Union Univ.; Dean Albany Law 
School, 89-91; School of Law, 01-10; Kent Prof, 
of Law Columbia Univ., 02; Chairman Dept. 
Jurisprudence, International Congress Arts and 
Sciences, St. Louis, 04; Dir. Am. Soc. Inter- 
national Law; New York County Lawyers' 
Assn.; Am. Inst. Criminal Law and Crimino- 
logy; New York Prison Assn.; Am. Peace Soc; 
Pres. N. Y. Soc. Criminal Law and Crimino- 
logy; Commissioner New York Prison Reform. ' 
Author "Readings in the Law of Real Prop- 
erty;" "Select Cases and Other Authorities on 
the Law of Mortgages." Member Century, 
Yale and Columbia Univ. Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
(54 Morningside Ave.. New York, N. Y.) 

Herman Livingston €> S I, 

Agriculturist. 
(Greendale, N. Y.) 

George Lodowick McAlpin s i 

A. B. 1879. Wolf's Head. Member Yale, 

University, L'nion League and New York Yacht 

Clubs. 

Executor. 

68 William St., New York; res. East Hampton, 

N. Y. 



Frank Maxon* 



ecr 



Brother of Ethan Allen Maxon, Theta 61. 
Merchant. 



Robert Hallam Munson 



PyiF 



A. B. 1879. Member University and New York 

Clubs. 

Timber. 

25 Broad St., New York, N. Y. ; res. York 

Harbor, Maine. 



William Newton Parker 



8XF 



A. B. 1879. Scroll and Key; He Boule; Delta 

Kappa. 1st Declamation Prize, 77; Pres. Glee 

Club, 78-79. Member Graduates' (New Haven) 

and University (New York) Clubs. Brother of 

Frederick Sheldon Parker, Beta 73. 

Banker (retired). 

475 Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn. 



Lewis Alfred Platt 



p X r 



A. B. 1879. Skull and Bones; Sigma Epsilon. 
Editor Vale Record. Member Graduates', Water- 
bury, Waterbury Country Home, Quinnipiack 
and Nonantum Fish and Game (New Haven) 
and Yale and LTniversity (New York) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

41 Brown St.; res. 36 Buckingham St., Water- 
bury, Conn. 

Adrian Suydani Polhemiis* B \i T 

A. B. 1879; M. D. 1882 Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Coll. Scroll and Key. On Med. Staff New 
York Charity Hosp., 82-83; Asst. Surg, and 1st 
Lieut. U. S. Army, 83-02; Asst. Surg., 02-10. 
Surgeon. d. 1910 



1879-80J 



BETA CHAPTER 



129 



•Robert Simpson Rodman 



Pvl 



A. B. 1879. 
Agriculturist. 
(Lakeport, Cal.) 



William Henry Smith 

A. B. 1879. Scott Prize in German, 79. 

Manufacturer (retired). 

(509 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo.) 

Thomas Wells Stiles 



hi" 



QSr" 



A. B. 1879. 

Engineer. 

3 W. 54th St., 



New York, N. Y. 



Frederic Abbot Stokes 



A. B. 1879. Wolf's Head. Treas. Univ. Base- 
ball Assn.; Pres. Am. Publishers' Assn. and 
The MacDowell Club; Sec. Yale Club, 0203; 
.Aldine Club, 95-97; Pres. Mendelssohn Glee 
Club, 97-00. Author "College Tramps." 
Member Century, University, Yale, MacDowell, 
Mendelssohn and Hammonassett Clubs. 
Publisher. 

449 Fourth Ave.; res. 515 West End Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 

Willis Edson Story* o I" 

A. B. 1879. d. 1904 

Louis Judson Swinburne* 6 tc I 

A. B. 1879. Skull and Bones. Yale Literary 
Essay Medal, 75; two 1st Composition Prizes, 
77; Chairman Yale Literary Magazine, 78-79; 
DeForest Medal, 79; Aide Volontaire French 
.A.rmv. 70-71. Author "Paris Sketches." 
Author. d. 1887 



Henry James TenEyck* 



OpI" 



A. B. 1879. Scroll and Key. 2d Berkeley Lati_n 
Premium, 76; 1st Mathematical Prize, 77; 
Philosophical Oration at Junior Exhibition and 
2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 78. Editor Yale 
Record, 78-79. Philosophical Oration (3d in 
class) and Commencement Orator. 
Journalist. d. 1887 



Ambrose Tisrhe 



Perl" 



A. B. 1879; A. M. 1891. Skull and Bones; He 
Boule; Delta Kappa. 2d Berkeley Latin Pre- 
mium, 76; Two 1st English Composition Prizes, 
77; 2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 78; Editor 
Yale Literary Magazine, 78-79; Douglas Fellow, 
80-82. Author "The Development of the Ro- 
man Constitution," "Notes on Latin Grammar 
and History." 
Lawyer. 

Pioneer Bidg.; res. 314 Dayton Ave., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

9^1" 



Otis Harvey Waldo 



A. B. 1879. Editor Yale Courant, 78-79; 1st 

Asst. Classical Dept. High School, Milwaukee, 

Wis., 80-82. 

Lawyer. 

(4437 Sidney Ave., Chicago, 111.) 



Benjamin W'ebster 



wYtc" 



A. B. 1879; Delta Kappa. 

Secretary. 

80 Maiden Lane, New York; res. Syosset, N. Y. 

-ederick Wells Williams a W t 

.\. B. 1879. Wolf's Head; He Boule; Delta 
Kappa; Linonia; Elihu, Cosmopolitan and Eliza- 
bethan Clubs. Chairman. Trustees Coll. of Yale 
in China; Pres. Elizabethan Club (charter mem- 
ber); Senior Warden, St. John's Parish; Prof. 



of History, Yale. Author "A Life of S. W. 
Williams," "A History of China,*' "A History 
of the Class of 79, Yale;" "Anson Burlingame." 
Member Yile Alumni Assn.; Chamber of Com- 
merce; Graduates' Country, Bibliophile (Bos- 
ton), Century and Grolier (New York) Clubs. 
Educator. 
155 Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn. 



John Eastman Wilson 



0DK" 



A. B. 1879; M. D. 1883 New York Homeopathic 
Med. Coll.; Gamma Nu; He Boule. Baseball. 
Prof, of Diseases Nervous System, New York 
Homeopathic Med. Coll. and Flower Hosp.; 
Neurologist Flower, Laura Franklin, Middle- 
town State, St. Mary's (Passaic, N. J.), Yonk- 
ers Homeopathic and Maternity Hosps. 
Author "Text-book of Diseases of Nervous 
System." Member University, Yale and New 
York Athletic Clubs. 
Physician. 

616 Madison Ave.; res. 260 W. 76th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

Stephen Carroll Wood 

Initiated by the Zeta 

Timothy Lester W^oodruff* 9 ^ I 

A. B. 1879; A. M. 1889. Lieut. Governor State 
of N. Y., 96-02. Father of John Eastman Wood- 
ruff, Beta 04. 
Merchant. d. 1913 



1880 

Henry Wilbur Aiken 



PyO" 



A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1883. 

Lawyer. 

Court House, Worcester; res. Millbury, Mass. 

William Palmer Allen* P ^ T' 

A. B. 1880. Skull and Bones. 

Lawyer. d. 1904 

Wilmore Anway A R O 

A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1883 Columbia. Member 

Yale Club. 

Lawyer. 

141 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

William Cooper Asay % ^ O 

A. B. 1880. Asst. Atty: for Sanitary Dist. 

Lawyer. 

910 S. Michigan Ave.; res. 5553 Wayne Ave., 

Chicago, 111. 



William Ransom Barbour 



PyK 



A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1882 cum laude. Town- 
send and Jewell Prizes, 82; Betts Prize, 81. 
Brother of Frederick McLeod Barbour, Beta 
85. 

Lawyer. 

22 William St.; res. 12 W. 10th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Edward Manross Bentlev 



SLP' 



A. B. 1880. Skull and Bones; Gamma Nu; 
O. L. 2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 79; 
Editor Yale Courant, 77-79; Townsend Pre- 
mium, 80; Commencement Orator. Mem- 
ber Century, Yale, Rockaway Hunt and Law- 
yers' Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

120 Broadwav. New York; res. Lawrence, 
N. Y. ■ 



130 



BETA CHAPTER 



1880 



William Darius Bishop, Jr.* S O" 

A B 1880. Scroll and Key. Brother of Henry 

Alfred Bishop, Beta 84. 

Lawyer. d- 1912 

Charles Franklin Bliss p £ \ 

A B 1880. Elihu and Glee Clubs. Member 
School Board. Member Yale and University 

Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 
Ansonia, Conn. 

George Artemas Brown P i; K^ 

A B. 1880; M. D. 1883 Columbia. Delta Kappa. 
Pres. Board of Education; Pres Library Assn. 
Physician. 
Barre, Mass. 

George Whitfield Butts, Jr.* P 'O "a^ 

Banker. d. 1901 

Donald Yorke Campbell 6 [i, I" 

A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1883 Univ. of Cal. Town- 
send Premium, 80; Commencement Orator; 
Orator at Law Commencement. 
Lawyer. 

260 California St.; res. 1030 Green .St., ban 
Francisco, Cal. 

William Emery Decrow* F S A^ 

.•\ B. 1880. Wolf's Head. Financial Editor Yale 

Record, 79-80. Author "Yale and the City of 

Elms." 

Journalist. d. 1905 



Frank Goodrich 



nDA 



A. B. 1880; Ph. D. 1893 Halle; L. H. D. 1910 
Marietta Coll. Phi Beta Kappa. 3d Mathematical 
Prize, 77; Scott Prize in German, 80. Teacher 
Latin and Greek, Auburn, N. Y. High School, 
80-81; Principal North Adams, Mass. High 
School, 84-87; Instr. in German, Yale, 87-91; 
Prof, of European History, Williams Coll. 
Member Modern Language Assn. of America 
and Am. Historical Soc. Brother of George 
Eastman Goodrich, Gamma 70. 
Educator. 
College PI., Williamstown, Mass. 



William Hudson Harper 



'. y." 



A. B. 1880. Editor Yale News, 79-80. Mem- 
ber University Club. 
Journalist. 

10 S. LaSalle St., Chicago; res. 1002 Lake St., 
Evanston, 111. 

Gerard Charles Hegeman 6 ■ — S 

Real Estate. 
Greenville, N. Y. 

Franklin Whetstone Hopkins p y. v., 

A. B. 1880; A. M. 1891. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Wolf's Head. 2d Berkeley Latin Premium. 77; 
1st Mathematical Prize, 77; 2d, 78; Two 2d 
English Composition Prizes, 78; Philosophical 
Oration at Junior Exhibition and 2d Junior 
Exhibition Premium, 79; Philosophical Oration, 
81^- Commencement Orator. Mayor of Alpine, 
02-12; Vice Pres. Palisades Interstate Park Com- 
mission, 00 — ; Member Advisory Boards Brook- 
lyn (N. Y.) Home for Consumptives; Soc. for 
.■\id of Friendless Women and Children. Mem.- 
ber Yale and Bankers' Luncheon (New York), 
Hamilton (Brooklyn), Englewood Country (N. 
J.) and Knickerbocker Country (Tenafly, N. J.) 
Clubs. 
Broker. 

25 Broad .St., New York, N. Y.; res. Alpine. 
N. J. 



William Swift Keyser S\o 

A. B. 1880. Wolf's Head; He Boule; Belts 

Kapna. Member Pensacola Country, (Pensacola] 

and University and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Merchant. 

Am. National Bank Bldg. ; res. "The Moorings,'' 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Preston King* P \). >t" 

A. B. 1880. Scroll and Key. Editor Yale, 

Index, 79. 

Miller. 



Edward Weston Knevals* 

A B. 1880; LL. B. 1883 Columbia. 

Key. 

Lawyer. 

Samuel Waldron Lambert 



d. 1914 

pvo. 

Scroll and 
d. 1890 

GiKi 

A. B. 1880; Ph. B. 1882; A. M. 1905- M. D. 

1885 Columbia. Dean Coll. of Physicians and 

Surgeons, Columbia. Member Yale, University, 

Century, Union, Riding, Racquet and Tennis, 

Grolier, Automobile and .St. Andrews' Golf 

Clubs. 

Phvsician. 

130 E. 35th St., New York N. Y. 

Robert Delos Martin 2 v., 

A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1882 Columbia. 

Lawyer. 

(7 S. Dearborn St.. Chicago, III.) 

Remsen Varick Messier* © p %^ 

A. B. 1880. Chairman Class Day Committee, 80. 
Lawyer. d. 1905 



Simon Charles IMetzger* 



A, B. 1880. 
Merchant. 



William D Murray 



c -o 



d. 1898 ! 

P a O" 



A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1882 Columbia. 1st 
Declamation Prize, 78. .Author "Life and 
Works of Jesus;" "Bible .Stories to Tell Chil- \ 
dren;" "Message of the Twelve Prophets;" ; 
"Our Primary Department;" "Principles and i 
Organization of Young Men's Christian Associa- j 
tion" and "W'hat Manner of Man is This?" ' 
Lawver. 

76 William .St., New York, N. Y.; res. 205 W. 
9th St., Plainfield, N. J. 



|ohn James Nairn 



0r 



A. B. 1880. Member Yale (New York), 
Graduates' (New Haven), Cosmos (Washington) 
and Twilight (Hartford) Clubs and Yale 
Alumni (Washington), Yale Alumni (N. Mex.) 
and Virginia United Hunts Assns. 
Casa del Gavilan, Cimarron, N. Mex. 



Charles Lewis Nelson 

Clerk. 

Alfred Bull Nichols* 



PtO. 



p u 

A. B. 1880; B. D. 1884 Cambridge Divinity 
School. Skull and Bones. Two 1st English Com- 
position Prizes, 78; Yale Literary Essay Medal, 
79; Philosophical Oration at Junior Exhibition, 
79; Editor Yale Literary Magazine. 79-8€; 
Townsend Premium, 80; High Oration at Com- 
mencement. 
Clergyman and Educator. d. 1913 



Edward Parish Noyes* 



HCA, 



A. B. 1880. 1st Berkeley Latin Premium, 77; 
two 2d English Composition Prizes, 7S; 2d 



1880] 



BETA CHAPTER 



131 



Junior Exhibition Premium, 79. Son of Daniel 
Parker Noyes, Beta 4U and brother of Atherton 
Noyes, Beta 85. 
Mechanical Engineer. d. 1913 

6 7C /, 



Henry Choate Ordway 



A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1882 Columbia. Editor 
Yale Record. 77-80. Member Yale, Economic 
and Middlesex Clubs (Boston). 
Trustee. 
Winchester, Mass. 



Wilbur Parker 



OxO" 



A. B. 1880. 

Merchant. 

(Hayden-Clinton Bldg., Columbus, Ohio). 



Sidney Catlin Partridge 



rjK, 



A. B. 1880; B. D. 1884 and D. D. 1900 Berkeley 
Divinity School. Skull and Bones; Gamma Nu; 
Linonia. Two English Composition Prizes, 78; 
Junior Exhibition Premium; Editor Yale 
Record, Yale Banner and Yale News; French 
Graduation Scholarship; Commencement Orator. 
Sec. of Convention, 79; Teacher and Gen- 
eral Supt. St. John's Missionary Coll. and 
Chaplain St. Mary's Hall, Shanghai, 84-87; 
Principal Boone School, Wuchang, 87-99; Prcs. 
Sts. Peter and Paul's Divinity School; Bishop of 
Kyoto, Japan, 00-11; Bishop Diocese of West 
IMo. since 11; Mo. State Chaplain Sons of 
Revolution; Chaplain R. I. Cincinnati Soc. 
Author "Life and Times of the Prophet 
Ezekiel" and "Authorship of the Epistle to the 
Hebrews." Member University, Countrv and 
Yale (New York) Clubs. Brother of William 
Ordway Partridge, Lambda 85. 
Protestant Episcopal Bishop of West Missouri. 
14 W. Armour Blvd., Kansas" City, Mo. 



LeRov Bliss Peckham 



QRO. 



A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1884 Univ. of Pa. 2d 
Junior Exhibition Prize, 79; Principal Senior 
Dept. West Philadelphia Acad., 81-85; West 
Rugby Acad., 85-86; Head Master and Dir. 
Hamilton School, 86-02. Author "Sin — Origi- 
nal and Actual." 
Educator. 
821 Marshall St., Portland, Oregon. 

Horatio McLeod Reynolds 11 G A" 

A. B. 1880; A. M. 1896. Winthrop Prize, 79; 
Commencement Orator; Soldiers' Memorial; 
Fellow Yale, 80-81. Classical Teacher Park 
Inst., Rye, N. Y., 82-83; Tutor Yale, 83-88; 
Asst. Prof, of Greek, 88-93; Talcott Prof, of 
Greek since 93. 
Educator. 
85 Trumbull St., New Haven, Conn. 



Alfonzo Paine Sawyer 



OAo 



A. B. 1880. Pres. Psi Upsilon Alumni Assn. 
of Piiget Sound, 13; Regent, Univ. of Wash., 
04-09; Auditor of Porto Rico, 09-11; Member 
Executive Council, Porto Rico, 09-11. Mem- 
ber L'niversity (Seattle) and Yale (New York) 
Clubs. 
Publisher. 

The Post-Intelligencer; res. University Club, 
Seattle, Wash. 



Doremus Scudder 



f^ K" 



A. B. 1880; M. D. 1884 Northwestern Univ.; 
D. D. 1898 Whitman Coll. Skull and Bones; 
He Boule; Delta Kappa. 3d Declamation 
Prize and two 1st English Composition Prizes, 
78; 2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 79; Editor 
Yale Literary Magazine ; Pres. Linonia, 79-80. 
Corporate Member Am. Board of Foreign Mis- 
sions; Hawaiian Board of Missions; Trustee 



Mid-Pacific Inst, and Palama Settlement. 
Author "Our Children in Christ;" "The Passion 
for R(?ality." Member University, Trail and 
Mountain, Outrigger Canoe and Neighborhood 
Tennis Clubs (Honolulu). Son of Henry 
Martyn Scudder, Delta 40. 
Clergyman and Journalist. 
Union Church, Tokyo, Japan. 



Robert William S el den* 



© (0 o 



A. B. 1880. Son of Edward David Selden, 
Beta 44 and nephew of Charles Selden, Beta 
48. d. 1881 

Gay,, 



John Foster Shepley 

A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1882 Washington Univ. 
Pres. Baseball Assn.. 79-80. Member Univer- 
sity, St. Louis, Noonday, Missouri Athletic, 
St. Louis Country, Bellerive Country, Floris- 
sant Valley, Round Table and Commercial 
Clubs. 
Unjincier. 

401 Locust St.; res. 53 Portland PI., St. Louis, 
Mo. 

William Hazard Sherman* X R O 

A. B. 1880; M. D. 1884 Columbia. 1st Berke- 
ley Latin Premium, 77; 3d Mathematical Prize, 
78; Medical Staff St. Luke's Hosp. (New York). 
83-85; Presbyterian Hosp., 85-88. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1908 

Frederick Piatt Skinner A J K 

A. B. 1880. Delta Kappa. 

Engineer (retired). 

79 Main St., Owego, N. Y. 

Edward Curran Spencer* P ^ O" 

A. B. 1880: M. D. 1882 Minn. Hosp. Coll.; 
M. D. 1884 New York Hosp. Skull and Bones. 
2d Berkeley Latin Premium, 77; Med. Staff 
N_\v Vorl.- rinsp.. S.V84; Woman's Hosp.. 84-86. 
Brother of Charles Langford Spencer, Beta 78. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1891 



Frank Otho Spencer 



PTOt 

A. B. 1880. Scroll and Key. 

Manufacturer (retired). 

(41 Northfield Ave., East Cleveland, Ohio.) 

P3K" 



Henry Waters Taft 



^. B. 1880; A. M. 1905. Skull and Bones. 2d 
Berkeley Latin Prize, 77; 3d English Prize, 
78: 2d Junior Exhibition Prize, 78; Commence- 
ment Orator. Member Board of Education 
New York, 96-00; Charter Revision Commis- 
sion Greater New York, 01; Trustee Coll. 
City of New York, 03-05; New York 
Public Library since 08. Member Down 
Town, Am. Bar, New York State Bar and New 
York County Lawyers' Assns. ; Assn. of the 
Bar, City of New York; Ohio Soc; Psi Upsi- 
lon, University, Century, Yale, Garden City 
Golf, Shinnecock Hills Golf, National Golf, 
Republican, Midday and Piping Rock Clubs. 
Brother of William Howard Taft, Beta 78 and 
Horace Dutton Taft, Beta 83. 
Lawyer. 

40 Wall St.; res. 36 W. 48th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1882 Columbia. Member 
Assn. of the Bar City of New York; New York 
.State Bar Assn.; Intcrnafinn^l Law .Assn. of 
London; Am. Soc. for Judicial Settlement of 
International Disputes: New York Peace Soc; 
Sons of the Revolution; Navy and National 
Security Leagues; Yale, City, Nassau Country, 



John Butler Coles Tappan 



(6) 



132 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1880-81 



Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht and Reform 

Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

49 Wall St., New York; res. Glen Cove, N. Y. 



Frederick Charles Train* 



TCJK 



Editor Yale News, 78-80; Yale Courant, 79-80. 
Principal Acad., Pomeroy, Ohio, 75-76; Master 
St. Paul's School, Garden City, N. Y., 78-79; 
Senior Master, 80-85. 
Lawyer. d. 1902 

Henry Trowbridge* 6 e O 

A. B. 1880. Brother of Joseph Parker Trow- 
bridge, Beta 83. 
Merchant. d. 1894 



Stephen Trumbull* 



%X,0" 



A. B. 1880; M. D. 1884 Harvard. 3d English 
Composition Prize, 78. Medical Staff Rhode 
Island Hosp., Providence, 84-86. Son of David 
Trumbull, Beta 42, brother of David Trumbull, 
Beta 76, John Trumbull, Beta 78, William 
Trumbull, Beta 83 and nephew of James Hed- 
den Trumbull, Beta 48. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1886 

Eugene Winston Walker P f]"^, 

A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1882. Pres. Football Assn., 
79-80; Managing Eflitor Yale News, 79-80. 
Lawyer. 
(Richmond, Ky.) 

Arthur Eugene Waldradt P 6 K 

A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1883. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Sigma Epsilon. Runk Scholar, 77-78; 3d 
Mathematical Prize and 2d Berkeley Latin Pre- 
mium, 77. Managing Editor Yale News, 79- 
80. Instr. in Mathematics Hopkins Grammar 
School, New Haven, Conn, 80-82. Member 
University, Yale, Graduates' and Wykagl 
Country Clubs; Assn. of the Bar, City of New 
York; New York County Lawyers' and Phi 
Beta Kappa Alumni Assns. Brother of Henry 
Moses Walradt, Beta 75. 
Lawyer. 

141 Broadway, New York; res. 47 Park Ave., 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 



Paul Walton* 



TCO 



A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1882 Columbia. Scroll and 

Key. 

Lawyer. d. 1914 



James Herbert Watson 



P V.V. 

A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1882 Columbia. He Boule; 
Delta Kappa. Commencement Orator. Sec. 
Kings County Democratic Club. Member 
Kings County Democratic, Yale (New York) 
and Brooklyn Chess Clubs; Brooklyn Bar and 
Prospect Heights Citizens' Assns.; South 
Brooklyn Board of Trade. 
Lawyer. 

44 Court St.; res. 9 Montague Terrace, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

TenEyck Wendell X O" 

A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1882 Columbia. Member 
Union (New York), Metropolitan and Chevy 
Chase (Washington, D. C.) Clubs. Brother 
of Benjamin Rush Wendell, Beta 78. 
Lawyer (retired). 

1639 Connecticut Ave., Washington, D. C; 
res. Cazenovia, N. Y. 



George Dana White* 



[JL y. 



A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1883 Columbia. 1st Berke- 
ley Latin Premium, 77; Cobden Club Medal, 
80. 

Journalist. d. 1901 

Lawrence Wilkinson* P ^ Oi 

A. B. 1880; LL. B. 1882 Columbia. 1st Berke- 
ley Latin Premium, 77. 

Lawyer. d. 1895 



1881 

Edwin Morgan Adee"" 



6 a /.^ 

A. B. 1881. Brother of Ernest Rufus Adee, 
Beta, 85. d. 1914 



Philip Golden Bartlett 



PU 



A. B. 1881. Sigma Epsilon; Alpha Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. Woolsey Scholar, 78-81; 1st 
Berkeley Latin Premium, 78; 1st and 2d Eng- 
lish Composition Prizes, 79; Philosophical 
Oration. 2d Junior Exhibition Premium and De 
Forest Speaker, 80; Editor Yale Literary Maga- 
zine; Clark Scholar; Douglas Fellow; Com- 
mencement Orator. Member Mayflower Soc; 
Century, LTniversity, Yale, Bankers' and Mid- 
day Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

62 Cedar St.; res. 660 Park Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 



Albert Butler Beadle 



Op A" 



Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Capt. Freshman Crew. 
Member LTniversity ("Philadelphia) and Yale 
(New York) Clubs. Brother of Heber Hamil- 
ton Beadle, Beta 62. 
Consulting Engineer. 
New Hartford, Conn. 



Russell Anson Bigelow* 






A. B. 1881; LL. B. 1884 Columbia. Hurlbut 
Scholar, 78-79; 1st Berkeley Latin Premium, 78; 
Two 3d English Composition Prizes, 79; 
Philosophical Oration at junior Exhibition, 80, 
and at Graduation, 81; Pres. Yale Navy, 80-82; 
DeForest Medal, 81. 
Lawyer. d. 1890 



John Eliot Bowen* 



9SS^ 

A. B. 1881; Ph. B. 1883 Columbia and Ph. D. 
1886. Pres. Board of Dirs. Yale University 
Club, 80-81. Author "Conflict of East and 
West in Egypt." Brother of Herbert Wolcott 
Bowen, Beta 78. 
Journalist. d. 1890 



William Joseph Brewster 



Be 



A. B. 1881. Delta Kappa. Financial Editor 
Yale Record. 80-81; Rector St. .Andrew's 
Church, Northford. Conn.. 97-99; St. John's 
Church, Warehouse Point, Conn., 99-16; Arch- 
deacon of Hartford, 14-16; Rector St. Michael's 
Church. Litchfield. 16. Brother of Chauncey 
Bunce Brewster, Beta 68 and Benjamin 
Brewster. Beta 82. 
Clergyman. 
Litchfield, Conn. 



Harry Quinton Cleneay 



PU" 



A. B. 1881. He Boule; Delta Kappa. Member 

Cincinnati Golf, Business Men's and Yale (New 

York) Clubs. 

Real Estate and Finance. 

152 E. 4th St.; res. 34 Verona Apts., Park Ave., 

Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio. 



1881, 



BETA CHAPTER 



133 



J[oseph] Benjamin Dimmick p 9 S" 

A. B. 1881: A. M. 1890. Scroll and Key. Dir. 
Yale Univ. Club, 80-81. Mayor City of 
Scranton. 06-09; Trustee Oral School for the 
Deaf, Scranton Public Library and Scranton 
Soc. for the Prevention and Cure of Consump- 
tion. Member University, Yale, Scranton 
Country and City Clubs. Brother of Walter 
Erskine Dimmick, Beta 78. 
Financier. 
1/3U Washington Ave., Scranton, Pa. 



Ephraim Williams Dixon 



eiA. 



A. B. 1881. Wolf's Head; He Boule; Delta 
Kappa. Dir. Yale Univ. Club, 80-81. Mem- 
ber Omaha, Omaha Country, University, 
Graduates' (New Haven), University and 
Union (New York) and New York Yacht Clubs. 
Merchant. 

416 S 16th St.; res. 426 N. 38th St., Omaha, 
Nebr. 



Henry Strong Durand 



ADS" 

A. B. 1881; M. D. 1888 Harvard. 2d Declama- 
tion Prize, 79. Brother of John Stewart Du- 
rand, Beta 81. 
Physician. 
(87 S. Fitzhugh St., Rochester, N. Y.) 



John Stewart Durand 



NLM, 



A. B. 1881; LL. B. 1883 Columbia. Member Psi 

Upsilon, University, Union League, Republican 

and Yale Clubs and Automobile Club of America. 

Mrotlier of Henry Strong Durand, Beta 81. 

Lawyer. 

81 Fulton St.; res. 124 W. 79th St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Waldo Chapin Eames* p X E 

Son of Benjamin Tucker Fames, 

d. 1894 



A. B. 1881. 
Beta 43. 
Broker. 



Levi Abraham Eliel* 



oRN" 



A. B. 1881. 1st and 3d English Composition 
Prizes, 79; Townsend Premium, 81; Philosophi- 
cal Oration at Commencement. 
Lawyer. d. 1908 



Sherman Evarts 



PvX 



A. B. 1881. Skull and Bones. Fence Orator, 
78: 2d Berkeley Latin Premium, 78; Two 1st 
English Composition Prizes, 79; 2d Junior Ex- 
hibition Premium, 80; Editor Yale Literary 
Magazine, 80-81. Brotlier of Maxwell Evarts, 
Beta 84 and son of Roger Sherman Evarts, 
Beta 17. 
Lawyer. 
Windsor. Vt. 



Grant Fitch 



PoX. 



I 
I 



A. B. 1881. He Boule; Kappa Sigma Epsilon. 

Member Milwaukee, Town, Milwaukee Country, 

Fox Point, Yale (New York) and Arts (Chicago) 

Clubs. 

Banker. 

National Exchange Bank; res. 55 Prospect Ave., 

Milwaukee, Wis. 



Charles Joseph French 

A. B. 1881. 
Clergyman. 
1427 Cbapin St., Washington, D. 



ff 7U li 



William Milne Grinnell 



6 0. 



A. B. 1881. Brother of George Bird Grinnell, 

Beta 70, Frank Lansing Grinnell, Beta 75 and 

Morton Grinnell, Beta 75. 

Architect. 

850 Seventh Ave.. New York. N. Y. 

Freeman Clark Griswold* 6 I S" 

A. B. 1881; LL. B. 1884 Harvard. 2d English 

Composition Prize, 79. 

Lawyer. d. 1910 

Ernest Eldred Hart* p S" 

A. B. 1881. 

Broker. d. 1913 

Louis Condit Hay p u A 

A. B. 1881. Scroll and Kev; He Boule; Sigma 
Epsilon. Editor Yale Index 81,; University 
Glee Club; Junior Promenade Committee. Com- 
missioner of Billings County (Dakota), 83-84; 
Dir. and Honorary Vice Pres. Navy League of 
L^. S.; Member Executive Committee Pilgrims' 
Soc: Vice Pres. Yale Club (New York). 
Member LTniversity, Metropolitan, Century, 
Yale and Piping Rock Clubs; Soc. of the Cin- 
cinnati; Sons of the Revolution. 
Financier. 

7 Wall St.; res. 205 W. 57th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Charles Arthur Heald* 



0tA 



A. B. 1881 {fast obit). Scroll and Key. 1st 
Declamation Prize, 79. Brother of John Oxen- 
bridge Heald, Beta 73. 
Student. d. 1880 



William Burr Hill 



OLM. 



A. B. 1881: LL. B. 1883. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Wolf's Head; Gamma Nu. High Oration, Jun- 
ior Appointment; Junior Exhibition; Pres. Foot- 
ball Assn.; Editor Yale Cotirant. Trustee 
Hoagland Laboratory. Member Hamilton, 
Twentieth Century, Richmond County Coun- 
try and Yale (New York) Clubs; Sons of 
the Revolution; Phi Beta Kappa Alumni; 
National Geographic and Long Island Historical 
Socs. ; Acad, of Political Science and Brooklyn 
Inst, of Arts and Sciences. 
Lawyer. 

160 Broadway. New York; res. 161 Columbia 
Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Charles Wittenberg Holzheimer* 

PuS 

A. B. 1881. 2d Mathematical Prize, 79; Philo- 
sophical Oration at Junior Exhibition, 81): Scott 
Prize in German, 81; Valedictorian. Member 
and Sec. Executive Board Michael Reese Hosp.; 
Dir. Associated Hebrew Charities of the U. S. 
Lawyer. d. 1888 



George Edward Ide 



<? A" 



A. B. 1881; A. M. 1906. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll 
and Kev; He Boule: Delta Kappa. 1st Declama- 
tion and 2d English Composition Prizes, 79; 
Junior Exhibition Premium, cSO; Editor Yule 
Record, 80-81; Commencement Orator. Member 
University, Yale, Metropolitan, Century, Rail- 
road, New York Yacht, Garden City Golf, Piping 
Rock Hamilton (Brooklyn) and Graduates' 
(New Haven) Clubs. 
Insurance. 

Connecticut Life Ins. Co., of New York, 256 
Broadway; res. 521 Park Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 



134 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1881 



George Snow Isham 



@ X r 



A. B. 1881; M. D. 1884 Northwestern Univ. 
and A. M. 1887. Wolf's Head; He Boule; 
Sigma Epsilon. Pres. University Club; Chicago 
Geographic Soc; Vice-Pres. Chicago Acad, of 
Sciences. Member Am. Astronomical Soc; 
University, Chicago and University and New 
York Yacht (New York) Clubs. 
Physician. 
1340 N. State St.. Chicago. 111. 



Henry Ives 



Otl^r 



A. B. 1881. Skull and Bones. 

Lawyer. 

Mint Hotel, 141, 5th St., San Francisco, Cal. 

rsA 



John William Keller 



Crew, 79; Founder and Editor, Yale News, 

79-80. Chief Clerk Dist. Attys. Office. Author 

Drama "Tangled Lives." Member New York 

Press and National Democratic Clubs. 

Clerk. 

Criminal Courts Bldg.; res. 20 E. 31st St.. 

New York, N. Y. 



Benjamin Bissell Lamb 



P<1;\ 



A. B. 1881. Scroll and Key; Sigma Epsilon; 
Alpha Kappa. Football (1), (2), (3), (4); 
Baseball (1), (2), (3), (4); Capt. Baseball (4); 
Junior Promenade Committee. Dir. Columbian 
Exposition, 93; Chicago Stock Exchange, 93; 
Founder University (Chicago) Club and 
Chicago Athletic Assn. Member University, 
Chicago, Union League, Saddle and Cycle and 
Onwentsia Clubs and Chicago Athletic Assn. 
Banker. 

30 N. La Salle St.; res. 2011 Prairie Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

James Leighton* tc D N 

A. B. 1881; Skull and Bones. 1st and 2d 
English Composition Prizes, 79; 1st Junior Ex- 
hibition Premium, 80; Editor Yaie Record, 
80-81; Commencement Orator. Brother of 
George Leighton, Eta 83. d. 1883 

SSN 

A. B. 1881; M. D. 1883. 1st Declamation Prize, 

79. Pres. New Haven County Med. Soc. 

Member Am. Medical and Conn. Med. Assns., 

and Derby Board of Trade. 

Physician and Surgeon. 

116 Elizabeth St.. Derby, Conn. 



Frank Newton Loomis 



William Maltby Lovering 



Oai 



A. B. 1881. Scroll and Key. 
Merchant. 

(32 Washington House; res. 10 Dean St., Taun- 
ton, Mass.) 

Calvin Stewart McChesney a a ^ " 

A. B. 1881; LL. B. 1884. Delta Kappa. Quar- 
termaster-Sergeant and 2d Lieut. Co. A 2d 
N. Y. Inf. U. S. Vols., 98; Judge Advocate 
N. Y. Dept. United Spanish War Veterans, 
13-14; Trustee Supreme Court Library; Pres. 
Ren.sselacr County Bar Assn. Member Pafraets 
Dael Club. 

Surrogate Rensselaer County Court House; 
res. 12 Whitman PI., Troy, N. Y. 



John Francis Merrill 



Oaf 



A. B. 1881. Sigma Epsilon. Football; Pres. 
Glee Club. Asst. Adjutant General and Chief 
of Staff 1st Brigade N. G. Vt. with Rank of 
Major, 82-84. Brother of James Alfred Mer- 
rill, Beta 85. 
Manager. 

Armour & Co., Union Stock Yards; res. 9621 
Charles St., Chicago, 111. 



Thaddeus Halstead Myers P s E^ 

A. B. 1881; M. D. 1885 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key; Theta Phi; Sigma Epsilon. Pres. Dun- 
ham Boat Club. Junior, Senior and House 
Surg. St. Luke's Hosp., 84-86; Attending Ortho- 
pedic Surg. St. Luke's Infant and New York 
Foundling Hosps. and Hosp of the Lying-in 
Soc; Consulting Orthopedic Sujg. Vassar, 
Riverside and New York Orthopedic Hosps. and 
State Hosp. for Deformed and Crippled Chil- 
dren. Member University, Century and Yale 
Clubs. Brother of John Kirtland Myers, Delta 
68. 

Surgeon. 
59 W. 50th bt.. New York, N. Y. 

William W^ilson Kirchhofer Nixon 



A. B. 1881. Scroll and Key. 

Financier. 

(1224 N. La Salle St., Chicago, III.) 

Thomas Burr Osborne 



p (0 iHj 



A. B. 1881; Ph. D. 1885; Sc D. 1910. Skull 
■ and Bones. Asst. in Chemistry, Yale, 85-86; 
Research Chemist Conn. Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station since 86; Pres. Am. Soc. Biologi- 
cal Chemists, 10. Member Graduate Club; 
National Acad. Sciences; Am. Soc. Biological 
Chemists, Soc. Experimental Biology and Medi- 
cine, London Chemical, Am. Chemical and Am. 
Physiological Socs.; Deutsche Chemische Gesell- 
schaft; Research Assn.; Carnegie Institution. 
Author "Proteins of the Wheat Kernel;" "The 
Vegetable Proteins." Brother of Arthur Sher- 
wood Osborne, Beta 82. 
Chemist. 

Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station; 
res. 52 Trumbull St., New Haven, Conn. 

Arthur Heyward Ripley* P ^^,. 

A. B. 1881. d. 1882 

Henry Hezekiah Sprague P ^ S 

A. B. 1881. Member University and Yale (New 
York) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

205 Water St.; res. 2 Balmforth St., Bridge- 
port, Conn. 

OoE, 

A. B. 1881, Delta Kappa, Son of John Mills 

Stebbins, Zeta 48, 

Lawyer. 

257 Main St.; res. 86 Bowdoin St., Springfield, 

Mass. 

Arthur [Griffin] Stedman* p a A^ 

A. B. 1881, 2d Berkeley Latin Premium, 78. 
Son of Edmund Clarence Stedman, Beta 53. 
Secretary. d. 1908 



Frederick Haile Stebbins 



Francis Herbert Tichenor 



eRM" 



A. B. 1881; LL. B. 1883 Columbian Coll. Scott 

French Prize, 80; Financial Editor Yale News, 

80-81. Principal Grammar School, Washington, 

D. C, 81-83. 

Lawyer. 

319 Central National Bank Bldg., Peoria, 111. 



Henry Nelson Tuttle 



pi 



A. B. 1881. Scroll and Key; Kappa Sigma Ep- 
silon; Alpha Kappa. Member Chicago Univer- 
sity and Onwentsia (Chicago), University and 
Yale (New York) and Graduates' (New 
Haven) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

417 Home Insurance Bldg., Chicago; res. Lake 
Forest, 111. 



1881-82] 



BETA CHAPTER 



135 



Edward Lambert Twombly o X^ 

A. B. 1881; M. D. 1886 Harvard. Delta Kappa. 
House Surg. Boston City Hosp., 86; Instr. in 
Gynecology, Tufts Coll. Med. School; Gyne- 
cologist St. Elizabeth's Hosp. and Boston Dis- 
pensary. Member Mass. Med. Soc; Am. Med., 
Harvard Alumni, and Boston City Hosp. Assns.; 
Roxbury Soc. for Med. Improvement. Son 
of Alexander Stevenson Twombly, Beta 54 and 
brother of Henry Bancroft Twombly, Beta 84. 
Physician. 
416 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. 



Howard Talbot Walden 



7rX. 



A. B. 1881; LL. B. 1883 Columbia. Skull and 

Bones. Capt. Baseball, 81. Member Yale 

(New York) and Apawamis (Rye, N. Y.) Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

29 Broadway, New York; res. Brevoort Farm, 

Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Everett Warren* AAA 

A. B. 1881. 2d English Composition Prize, 79; 
Editor Yale News. 79-81. Sergeant Major, 
13th Regiment of Pa. State Guard. 
Lawyer. d. 1916 

Arthur Eli Wliite* v E" 

Son of John Jay White, Lambda 49. 

Banker. d. 1901 

Henry Charles White* O w ^" 

A. B. 1881; LL. B. 1883; LL. M. 1884. Skull 
and Bones. 1st Berkeley Latin Premium, 78; 
2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 80; Dir. Yale 
University Club., 80-88. 
Lawyer. d. 1914 

James Edwin Zunts P © Q 

A. B. 1881; LL. B. 1883 Tulane Univ. Class 
"C" Dir. and Deputy Chairman Board of Dirs. 
New Orleans Branch, Federal Reserve Bank of 
Atlanta. Member Boston and Country (New Or- 
leans, La.) and Southern (Birmingham, Ala.) 
Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

204 Carondelet St.; res. 2036 Berlin St., New 
Orleans, La. 



1882 

Harry Rudolph Baltz 



SwM" 



A. B. 1882. Gamma Nu; Eta Phi. Member 
University, Merion Cricket (Haverford) and 
Yale and University (New York) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

3101 Thompson St., Philadelphia; res. Haver- 
ford, Pa. 

Erwin Hinckley Barbour F L M 

A. B. 1882; Ph. D. 1887. Yale Natural His- 
tory Soc. Prof, of Geology Univ. Nebr.; Curator 
Nebr. State Museum; State Geologist; Member 
Lincoln Park Board; Lincoln Municipal Plans 
Commission; Lincoln Board of Education. 
Member Geological Soc. of America; Am. Assn. 
for the Advancement of Science; Am. Assn._ of 
Museums; Paleontological and Seismological 
Socs. of America; Nebraska Ornithologists' 
Union; State Historical Soc; University, Com- 
mercial, Rotary and Round Table Clubs. 
Educator. 

The University of Nebr., Station A; res. 1234 
R St., Lincoln, Nebr. 

Mortimer Stratton Bate 

A. B. 1882; Delta Kappa. 

Sales Manager. 

100 Hudson St.. New York; res. 99 St. John's 

PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



S<|^N" 



Morgan Hawley Beach 



S cp M" 



A. B. !882; LL. B. 1884 Univ. of Va. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key; Kappa Sigma 
Epsilon; Eta Phi; Eli Banana. Berkeley Prize; 
Philosophical Oration; Editor Yale Courant; 
Sec. Yale Univ. Boat Club. U. S. Dist. Atty. 
for Dist. of Columbia, 02-05; Special Asst. tJ. 
S. Atty. General. Member Bar Assn., D. C. 
Lawyer. 

415 Sth St. N. W., Washington, D. C. ; res. 
R. R. Rockville, Md. 

SuN" 



John Frederick Beede 



A. B. 1882. Member Appalachian Mountain 

Club. 

Merchant. 

Meredith, N. H. 



Cyrus Bentley 



SirN" 



A. B. 1882; LL. B. 1884 Union Coll. of Law 
(Chicago). Scroll and Key; He Boule. 1st Eng- 
lish Composition Prize, 80; Junior Exhibition 
Premium, 81; Editor Yale Record, 80-81; 
]\Iember and Sec. Board Dirs. Yale Univ. Club, 
80-81; Townsend Premium, 82; Commence- 
ment Orator. Son of Cyrus Bentley, Sigma 44. 
Lawyer. 
(203 S. Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.) 

Charles Kingsbury Billings X C N 

A. B. 1882; LL. B. 1886. Delta Kappa Epsilon. 
IMember Graduates' and Country (Zlubs. 
313 Humphrey St., New Haven, Conn. 



J[ohn] Remsen Bishop 



S^N" 



A. B. 1882 Harvard; Ph. D. 1903 Univ. of 
Cincinnati. 3d English Composition Prize, 80; 
2d Junior Exhibition Prize, 81; Teacher St. 
Paul's School Concord, N. H., 80-81; Head 
Master Preparatory School Princeton, N. J., 
83-88; Teacher Latin Hughes High School, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 88-95; Principal Walnut Hill 
High School, Cincinnati, Ohio, 95-04; Eastern 
High School, Detroit, Mich, since 04. Author 
"The Way to the Heart of the Pupil;" Co- 
Author "Cicero, Ten Orations and Letters" 
and "Story of the Gallic War." 
Educator. 
1555 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. 



Benjamin Brewster 



SixM" 



A. B. 1882; B. D. 1886 General Theol. Sem. 
and S. T. D. 1910. Skull and Bones; Delta 
Kappa; Eta Phi. Woolsey Scholar in Yale 
Coll., 79-82; 1st Berkeley Latin Premium, 
79; Two 1st English Composition Prizes, 80; 
Philosophical Oration and 2d Junior Exhibition 
Premium, 81; Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 
81-82; Philosophical and Commencement Ora- 
tion; De Forest Medal, 82. P. E. Bishop of 
Maine. Brother of Chauncey Bunce Brew- 

ster, Beta 68 and William Joseph Brewster, 
Beta 81. 

Protestant Episcopal Bishop. 
143 State St., Portland, Maine. 



Ferree Brinton 



SXN" 



A. B. 1882; LL. B. 1885 Univ. of Pa. Wolf's 
Head; Delta Kappa. 1st Prize on Examina- 
tion, Univ. of Pa., 85; Oration Appointment. 
Member Philadelphia Country, Merion Cricket, 
Rittenhouse, University (New York) and 
Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

804 Land Title Bldg., Philadelphia; res. St. 
David's, Pa. 

James Alexander Campbell* S 6 M" 

A. B. 1882. Skull and Bones. 

d. 1890 



136 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1882 



David Anderson Chenault, Jr.* S y] N" 



A. B. 1882. 
Farmer. 

William Churchill 



d. 1903 

BDM' 



A. B. 1882. 3d English Composition Prize, 
80. U. S. Consul-General, Samoa, 96-99; Judge 
Consular Court and Receiver and Custodian, 
Revenues of Samoa; U. S. Consul-General, 
Tonga, 97-99; Research Assoc, in Primitive 
Philology, Carnegie Institution of Washing- 
ton. Author "A Princess of Fiji;" "The Poly- 
nesian Wanderings;" "Beachia Mar;" "Easter 
Island;" Co-Author "The Subann;" "Sissano." 
Member Yale Coffee House and Cosmos (Wash- 
ington) Clubs. 
Philologist. 
Yale Club, New York, N. Y. 

Theodore [DeWitt] Cuyler* H S M" 

A. B. 1882. Scroll and Key. Pres. Athletic 
Assn., 81-82. Brother of Thomas DeWitt Cuy- 
ler, Beta 74. 

d. 1883 

Frederick Orren Darling* S y M " 



A. B. 1882. 
Merchant. 



d. 1912 



Edwin Lynde Dillingham H ^ N" 

A. B. 1882. Wolf's Head; Delta Kappa. Pres. 
and Sec. University Baseball Assn.; Sec. and 
Treas. Univ. Athletic Assn.; Editor Yale 
Daily News; Member Senior Promenade Com- 
mittee. Member University, Yale, Englewood 
(N. J.) Country and Graduates' (New Haven) 
Clubs. Brother of Frederick Henry Dilling- 
ham, Kappa 77. 
Publisher. 

597 Fifth Ave.; res. 131 Riverside Drive, New 
York, N. Y. 



James Richard Ely* 



A. B. 1882. 
Lawyer. 



Francis Cooley Farwell 



d. 1915 

H <0 M" 

A. B. 1882. Scroll and Key. Member Board 

of Dirs. Yale Univ. Club, 80-82. Brother of 

John Villiers Farwell, Jr., Beta 79 and Arthur 

Lincoln Farwell, Beta 84. 

Merchant. 

102 S. Market St., Chicago; res. Lake Forest, 

III. 



Augustine Fitzgerald 



H<^N" 



A. B. 1882. 

(79 Ave. Henri Martin, Paris, France.) 



Asa Palmer French 



H^pM' 



A. B. 1882; LL. B. 1886 Boston Univ. Skull 
and Bones. 1st Declamation and 3d English 
Composition Prizes, 80; Sophomore Fence 
Orator; Chairman Junior Promenade Com- 
mittee; Editor Yale Record, 79-82; Commence- 
ment Orator. Instr. Latin and French Thayer 
Acad., Braintree, Mass. 82-83; Dist. Atty., 
S. E. Dist. Mass.. 01-05; LT. S. Atty. for Mass.. 
05-14; Pres. Norfolk County (Mass.) Bar 
Assn. Member Algonquin, University, Tennis 
and Racquet, University and Yale (New York) 
and Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. Son of 
Asa French, Beta 51. 
Lawyer. 

45 Milk St., Boston; res. Main St., Randolph, 
Mass. 



Henry Chambers Fries* 



saN" 



A. B. 1882. 3d English Composition Prize, 80; 
2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 81; Townsend 
Premium, 82; Commencement Orator. Asst. 
Librarian Free Law Library, 85-86. 
Lawyer. d. 1886 



Charles Burr Graves 



SSM" 



A. B. 1882; M. D. 1886 Harvard. 1st Berke- 
ley Latin Premium, 79; Philosophical Oration 
at Junior Exhibition, 81 and at Commence- 
ment, 82. On Staff Boston City Hosp., 85-87. 
Physician and Surgeon. 
4 Mercer St., New London, Conn. 



George Heber Graves 



PLA 

A. B. 1882. Member Brooklawn Country Club 

of Bridgeport. Brother of Walter Greenwood 

Graves, Beta 86. 

Manufacturer. 

General Chemical Co., Long Island City, N. Y. ; 

res. 742 North Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 



Herbert Stanton Griggs 



crSv 

A. B. 1882; LL. B. 1884. Football; Baseball; 
Track. Sec. and Trustee Tacoma Humane Soc. ; 
Member Advisory Board and Trustee Children's 
Industrial Home; Y. W. C. A. Member Union, 
Commercial, University, Country (Tacoma) 
and University (St. Paul) Clubs. Brother of 
Chauncey Milton Griggs, Beta 83. 
Lawyer. 

1115 Fidelity Bldg.; res. 923 N. Tacoma Ave., 
Tacoma, Wash. 



George Edward Haskell 



©GQ 

Veteran Independent Corps Cadets. Member 
Union Boat Club and Sons of Revolution (Bos- 
ton, Mass.) 
Salesman. 

G. L. Claflin Co., 62 S. Main St., Providence, 
R. I. 



Charles Goodrich Hower 

Merchant. 
(Mystic, Conn.) 

Henry Clarke Jefferds 



(j) (0 



YiYtJ. 

A. B. 1882; M. D. 1885 Hahnemann Med Coll. 
Delta K.nppa. House Phys. Homeopathic Hosp., 
Ward's Island. New York. N. Y.. 85-87. Mem- 
ber University, Commercial, Multnomah Ama- 
teur Athletic and Waverley Golf Clubs. 
Physician and Surgeon. 

002 St.^^ens Bldg.; res. 265 14th St., Port- 
land, Oregon. 



Barclay Johnson* 



Yipv" 



A. B. 1882. Skull and Bones. Fence Orator, 79; 
Member Board of Dirs. Yale Univ. Club, 80- 
82; 2d Berkeley Latin Premium, 79; 1st Ma- 
thematical Prizes. 79 and 80: 2d English Com- 
position Prize, 80; Philosophical Oration at 
Junior Exhibition, 81 ; Valedictorian. 

d. 1885 



Alfred Beard Kittredge* 

A. B. 1882; LL. B. 1885 cum laude. 
Lawyer. 

Howard Hoyt Knapp 



PJQ 



d. 1911 

If] 6) [X" 

A. B. 1882; LL. B. 1884. Skull and Bones. 

Glee Club: Crew; Football. Justice of the 

Peace, Fairfield County, 84-88. 

Lawyer. 

(9 S. Marshall St., Hartford, Conn.) 



1882-83] 



BETA CHAPTER 



137 



George William Lay 



TQM" 



A. B. 1882; B. D. 1886 General Theol. Setn.; 
D. C. L. 1915 Univ. of the South. 2d Winthrop 
Prize, (3); Commencement Orator. Asst. 
Rector St. Paul's Church, Erie, Pa., 85-87; St. 
George's Parish, Newburgh, N. Y., 87-88; Mas- 
ter, St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H., 89-07; 
Rector St. Mary's School since 07; Sec. Board 
of Missions, Diocese, N. H., 95-07. Member 
Soutliern Educational Assn.; South Carolina 
Acad, of Science. Brother of Beirne Lay, Beta 
84. ■ 

Clergyman. 
St. Mary's School, Raleigh, N. C. 



[Enoch] Wilber McBride tjtcv" 

A. B. 1882. Skull and Bones; He Boule; Delta 

Kappa. Freshman Baseball; Baseball. Brother 

of John McBride, Theta 19. 

Lawyer. 

Main St., Goshen, N. Y. 

Charles Newton Morris ir) cp ^' 

A. B. 1882; A. M. 1887. Paymaster's Clerk, 

U. S. .-\rmy at Fort Keogh, Mont, and St. 

Paul. Minn., 82-84; Instr. in History High 

School, Washington, D. C, 85. 

Clergyman (retired). 

1 Whitehall Rd., Amesbury, Mass. 



Walter Murphy* 



0r<]; 



A. B. 1882; LL. B. 1884 Univ. of Pa. Shars- 
wood Prize Essay; Yale Coxtrant Prize; 2d Jun- 
ior Exhibition Premium, 81; Townsend Prem- 
ium, 82; Commencement Orator. Author "Re- 
mainders to Children as a Class;" "A Digest of 
the Partnership Law of Pennsylvania;" "A Di- 
gest of the Pennsylvania Law of Corporations;" 
"Index to Recent Pennsylvania Decisions." 
Lawyer. d. 1897 



Arthur Sherwood Osborne 



(T tj; v' 



.■\. B. 1882; LL. B. 1884. Skull and Bones; 
Delta Kappa; Eta Phi. Townsend Prize, 84. 
Executive Sec. State of Conn., 85-87. Member 
Quinnipiack, Country and Lawn and Univer- 
sity (New York) Clubs. Brother of Thomas 
Burr Osborne, Beta 81. 
Lawyer (retired). 
52 Trumbull St., New Haven, Conn. 



William Scranton Pardee 



PVA 



A. B. 1882; LL. B. 1884. Delta Kappa. Mem- 
ber General Assembly of Conn., 13; Pres. 
Quinnipiack Club; Commodore New Haven 
Yacht Club; Pres. Yale Alumni Assn. Member 
Quinnipiack, New Haven Countrv. Nev,' Haven 
Yacht and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
581 George St., New Haven, Conn. 

William Henry Parsons a Y v 

A. B. 1882. Member University, Yale, Gradu- 
ates, New York Yacht and Nassau Country 
Clubs. 
Merchant. 
174 Fulton St., New York, N. Y. 

William Pollock* y) y v" 

A. B. 1882. Skull and Bones. Member Board 
of Dirs. Ya'e Universitv Club. 80-82. Br.jih'T 
of George Edward Pollock. Beta 78 and Ed- 
ward Learned Pollock, Beta 84. 
Financier. d. 1916 



Edward Pascal Pratt 



ODA 



Member Lhiiversity and Country Clubs. 

Real Estate. 

500 Republic Eldg., Kansas City. AIo. 



Julius Howard. Pratt 



KGA 



A. B. ,1882; Ph. D. 1887. Phi Beta Kappa; 

Wolf's Head. Philosophical (.)!ation and 2d 
Junior Exhibition Prennuni, 81; Coiumencenient 
Speaker. Dean German-English Acad. Mem- 
ber North Central Classical Assn.; City and 
Schoolmasters' Clubs. 
Educator. 

558 Broadway; res. 785 Cass St., Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

rvN" 

A. B. 1882; A. M. 1885. Phi Beta Kappa. High 
Oration. Pres. of Fairfield County Alumni 
Assn.; Member Board of Education; Israel 
Putnam State Park Commission; Prin. Sanford 
School; Pres. Men's Club. Author "The Ameri- 
can Secondary School;" Member Men's Yale 
(New York) and Graduates' (New Haven) 
Clubs. 
Educator. 
Redding Ridge. Conn. 



Daniel Sammis Sanford 



Frank Hiram Snell* 



H[xv"' 



A. B. 1882; LL. B. 1899 George Washington 

LIniv. 

Clerk. d. 1904 



Howard Peck Sweetser 



Syi^" 



A. B. 1882. Son of John Howard Sweetser, 

Gamma 57. 

Merchant. 

(235 W. 71st St., New York, N. Y.) 

William Loujeay Vankirk* S 8 v" 

Merchant. d.l906 

William Grandin Vought S '^ [/.' 



A. B. 1882. 

Financier. 

(East Aurora, N. Y.) 

Joseph Ernest Whitney* H t M" 

A. B. 1882. Skull and Bones. 1st and 3d 
English Composition Prizes, 80; Editor Yale 
Record, 78-81; Yale Banner, 81-82; Chairman 
Board of Editors, Yale Literary Magazine, 
81-82; Towsend Premium, 82. Prof, of Rhe- 
toric and English, Albany Acad., 84; Instr. in 
English Literature, Yale, 84-88. 
Educator. d. 1893 

Franklin Eldred Worcester* 2 (|; M* 

A. v.. 1882: Ph. B. 1884; Skull pnd Bones. 1st 
and 2d English Composition Prizes, 80; 2d 
Junior Exhibition Premium, 81; Editor Yale 
Literary Magazine, 81-82. Brother of Edward 
Dean Worcester, Beta 76, Harry Augustus Wor- 
cester. Beta 84 and Wilfred James Worcester, 
Beta 85. 
Mechanical Engineer. d. 1891 



1883 

Richard Marvin Bissell 



S8A 



A. B. 1883. 

Financier. 

(351 Farmington Ave., Hartford, Conn.) 



George Hill Bottome'' 



POX 



A. B. 1883; B. D. 1888 General Theol. Sem. 
2d English Composition Prize, 81. Chairman 
Board of Editors, Yale Courant, 82-83. d. 1913 

Henry Eldridge Bourne 'X Q 

A. B. 1883; B. D. 1887; L. H. D. 1910 Marietta. 
Crew; Track. Teacher History and Psychology, 



138 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1883 



Norwich, Conn. Free Acad., 89-92; Pres. 
Goodrich Social Settlement'; Prof, of History, 
Western Reserve Univ. Author "Revolution- 
ary Period in Europe;" "Teaching of flistory." 
Member Cleveland University Club. 
Educator. 

College for Women, Western Reserve Uni- 
versity, Cleveland, Ohio. 



David Hillhouse Buel 



PcoQ 



A. B. 1883. Editor Yale Cotirant, 82-83. Instr. 
Coll. of the Holy Cross, since 85. Pres. George- 
town Univ., 05-08. Author "Pinekeese;" Co- 
Author "Medea — .\ Classical Extravaganza;" 
"Arbitration;" "A Jesuit of To-Day." 
Educator (retired). 
P. O. Box 210 Allerton, Mass. 



Charles Winslow Burpee 



P '0 w 

A. B. 1883. Skull and Bones; Gamma Nu. 1st 
and 2d English Composition Prize, 81; Editor 
Yale Courant; Pres. Board of Editors, Yale 
News, 81-83; 2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 82. 
Capt. N. G. Conn. Co-Author "Medea — A 
Classical Extravaganza." Member University 
and Twiliolit Clubs. Brother of Lucicn Francis 
Burpee, Beta 79. 
Insurance and Literature. 
49 Pearl St.; res. 19 Forest St., Hartford, Conn. 



Charles Hudson Burr 



esa 



Financier. 

319 N. Center St.; res. 814 N. Prairie St., 

Bloomington, 111. 

Frederic Sanford Calhoun* 11 A F 



A. B. 1883. 
Merchant. 



d. 1899 

A. B. 1883; LL. B. 1886 Columbia. Editor Yale 
News, 82. Brother of John Edward Calhoun, 
Lambda 83. 
Lawyer. d. 1906 

G 7C (0 

A. B. 1883; LL. B. 1885 Columbia. Two 1st 
English Composition Prizes, 81; Philosophical 
Oration and 2d Junior Exhibition Prize, 82; 
Commencement Orator. Asst. Corporation 
Counsel of New York. 85-90. Member Yale 
and New York Canoe Cluhs. 
Lawyer. 

45 Broadway; res. 18 W. 9th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Henry Warner Calhoun* 



Woolsey Carmalt 



Henry Morton Chase 

Merchant. 

(R. R., Constantia, N. Y.) 

Charles Cameron Clarke 



P(];o) 



Ot]; a 

.-\. B. 1883: A. M. 1908. Sisma Epsilon: Elihu 
and Elizabethan Clubs. Editor Yale Record. 
82-83. Member of Governing Board of Sheffield 
Scientific School and Conn. Acad, of Arts and 
Sciences. Author "The French Subjunctive;" 
"Common Difficulties in French." Member 
Graduates', T.awn and Countrv Clubs. Brother 
of Francis Cameron Clarke, Beta 87. 
Educator. 

Yale University; res. 254 Bradley St., New 
Haven, Conn. 

Charles Farnham Collins p u o 

A. B. 1883; M. D. 1886 Columbia. Scroll and 
Kpv: Delta Kappa. Pres. Yale University Club, 
83-83: Chairman Class Triennial and Cuo Com- 
mittees. Attending Phys. St. Luke's, New York 
Nursery and Child's Hosps. and Presbyterian 



Home for Aged. Member Century Assn.; Uni- 
versity, Union and Graduates' (New Haven) 
Clubs. 
Physician. 
50 VV. 55th St.. New York, N. Y. 



Robert Harrison Cornish 



A^r 



A. B. 1883; A. M. 1887. Commencement 
Orator. Instr. Mathematics and Sciences Park 
Inst., 83-84; Robbins School, Norfolk, Conn., 
84-86; Teacher High School Montclair, N. J., 
86-92; Instr. and Asst. Prof, of Science, Morgan 
Park Acad. Univ. of Chicago, 92-97; 1st Asst. 
and Head of Dept. of Physics, Wadlcigh High 
.School, New York, since 97. 
Educator. 

Wadleigh High School, New York, N. Y.; res. 
211 Walnut St., Montclair, N. J. 

HwA 



Edward Cornelius Cuyler 

Journalist. 

(Washington Apts., Albany, N. Y.) 

iVrnold Guyot Dana 



A. B. 1883. Scroll and Key. Member Hamilton, 

Twentieth Gentry and Bensonhurst Yacht Clubs. 

Brother of Edward Salisbury Dana, Beta 70. 

Publisher. 

138 Front St., New York; res. 130 Hicks St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

0OA 



Laurent Clerc Deming 



A. B. 1883. Skull and Bones. 3d Declama- 
tion Prize, 81; Editor Yale News, 82-83. Mem- 
ber University, New York Yacht, Yale, Garden 
City Golf and Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. 
Brother of Charles Clerc Deming and Henry 
Champion Deming, Beta 72. 
Transportation. 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co., 11 
Pine St.; res. 56 E. S4th St., New York, N. Y. 



Henry Titus Folsom 



Ft A 



A. B. 1883. Skull and Bones; Delta Kappa; 

Sigma Epsilon. Crew; Member University, 

Yale, Essex County Country and Graduates' 

(New Haven) Clubs. 

Merchant. 

314 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; res. Llewellyn 

Park, Orange, N. J. 

Herbert Loring Frost p v a 

A. B. 1883; M. D. 1886 Cleveland Med. School; 
F. A. C. S. 1896. Member Yale (New York) 
and Cleveland Athletic Clubs. 
Surgeon. 

1005 Rose Bldg. ; res. 1820 E. 97th St., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Chauncey Milton Griggs ri r^ v" 

A. B. 1883. Wolf's Head. Baseball (4). Mem- 
ber Minnesota, White Bear Yacht, Town and 
Country, University (St. Paul), University 
(Chicago) and Yale (New York) Clubs. Brother 
of Herbert Stanton Griggs, Beta 82. 
Merchant. 

Broadway and 3d St.; res. 365 Summit Ave., 
St. Paul, Minn. 



William Irwin Grubb 



0§A 



A. B. 1883. U. S. Dist. Judge Northern Dist. 
of Ala. 
Jurist. 

Post Office Bldg.; res. Highland Park, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Charles William Harkness* 6 

A. B. 1883. Member University, Riding and 
New York Golf Clubs; Down Town Assn. 
Financier. d. 1916 



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139 



Victor Emanuel Helleberg 



S(o^ 



A. B. 1883; LL. B. 1885 Cincinnati Law School. 

Assoc. Prof, of Sociology, Kansas Univ. 

Educator. 

1725 Mississippi St., Lawrence, Kans. 



William James Holly* 



U^A 



A. B. 1883; M. D. 1886 Univ. of Pa. City Phys., 
86; Visiting Phys. Philadelphia Dispensary, 86. 
Brother of Clarke Wesley Holly, Beta 87. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1893 



Louis Kossuth Hull 



PxQ 



A. B. 1883; LL. B. 1885. Skull and Bones; He 
Boule; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Football; Crew. 
Alderman New Haven, 84-85; City Atty., 86. 
Member Automobile, Minikahda, University, 
Woodhill. Lafayette, Elks, Yale (New York), 
Graduates' (New Haven) and Town and Coun- 
try (St. Paul) Clubs. 
Retired. 

The First and Security National Bank; res. 21 
Groveland Terrace, Minneapolis, Minn. 



William Alfred Jackson 

Initiated by the Beta Beta 

Samuel Roundtree Jewett 



F[lA 



A. B. 1883. 

Lawyer and Farmer. 

437 Rookery Bldg.; res. 1317 N. State St., 

Chicago, 111. 



Fred William Kellogg* 



OAT 



A B. 1883. Skull and Bones. 3d Berkeley 
Latin Premium, 80; Two 1st English Composi- 
tion Prizes, 81; Yale Literary Essay Medal, 81; 
Philosophical Oration at Junior Exhibition, 82; 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 82-83; Saluta- 
torian, 83. 

d. 1883 

6tc A 



Clifford Stephen Kelsey 



A. B 1883; C. E. 1888 Cornell. Brother of 

Clarence Hill Kelsey, Beta 78. 

Real Estate. 

162 Remsen St.; res. 455 Washington Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Sheldon Quayle Kerruish 



eY]Q 



A B 1883. Member Union and Yale (New 

York) Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

1011 Soc. for Savings Bldg.; res. 3812 Euclid 

Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 



Daniel Stimson Knowlton 



Sy]A 



A. B. 1883. Leader of Glee Club. Member 

Papyrus and Newspaper Clubs. 

Editorial Secretary. 

United Shoe Machinery Co., 205 Lincoln St., 

Boston; res. 33 Dwight St., Brookline, Mass. 

Harry Woodville Latham* -o A 

A. B. 1883; LL. B. 1885 Columbia. Member 

Committee on Admissions of the Psi Upsilon 

Club. 

Lawyer. d. 1896 



Carll Andrews Lewis 

A. B. 1883. Clark Scholar. 

Genealogist. 

Hampton, Conn. 

Joseph McKeen Lewis* 



PwA 



PwA 

A. B. 1883. Hurlbut Scholar, 80-81; 1st Berke- 
ley Latin Premium, 80; 2d English Composition 



Prize, 81; 2d Winthrop Prize, 82; Soldiers' 
Memorial Fellow, 84-85. Brother of Charlton 
Miner'Lewis. Beta 86. 

d. 1887 



George Stanley Lynde* 



p X(i) 



A. B. 1883; M. D. 1886 Columbia. Staff of St. 
Francis Hosp., 86. Brother of Frank Josselyn 
Lynde, Kappa T7. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1914 

Edward Tompkins McLaughlin* 

MGY 

A. B. 1883. Skull and Bones. 1st English 
Composition Prize, 81; Yale Literary Essay 
Medal, 80; Editor Yale Literary Magazine. 82- 
83; DeForest Medal, 83; Commencement Ora- 
tor; Douglas, Fellow, 83-84. 
Educator. d. 1893 



William Hutchinson Merrill* 

A. B. 1883. 



Eliakim Hastings Moore 



IT] a 

d. 1913 

NDB 

A. B. 1883; Ph. D. 1885; Sc. D. 1909; Ph. D. 
1899 Gottingcn; LL. D. 1904 Wis.; Math. 
D. 1909 Clark Univ. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull 
and Bones. Woolsey Scholar, 80-83; 1st Mathe- 
matical Prizes, 80-81 and 83; 1st Berkeley Latin 
Premium, 80; 3d English Composition Prize, 
81; Philosophical Oration and 2d Junior Exhibi- 
tion Premium, 82; 1st Astronomical Prize, 83; 
Valedictorian; Foote Scholar, 83-85; Clark 
Scholar, 84-85. Tutor of Mathematics North- 
western Univ., 86-92; Prof, of 92 and Head 
of 96 Dept. of Mathematics, Univ. of Chicago; 
Pres. Am. Mathematical Soc, 00-02; Vice-Pres. 
Fifth International Congress of Mathematics, 
12. Member Am. Mathematical and .^m. Philo- 
sophical Socs. ; National Acad, of Sciences; Am. 
Acad, of Arts and Sciences; University and 
Quadrangle Clubs. 
Educator. 

University of Chicago; res. 5607 Kenwood Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 



Joseph Horton Nelson 



p X(j> 



A. B. 1883. Sigma Epsilon. Dunham Boat 
Club; Junior and Senior Disputes. Member 
Republican Club; Navy League of U. S.; Green- 
wich Village Assn.; '83 Circle, Yale. 
Journalist. 

120 Broadway. Room 932; res. 540 W. 160th 
St., New York. N. Y. 



Walter Eben Nettleton 



e^a 



A. B. 1883; B. F. A. 1902. Delta Kappa. 2d 
Berkeley Latin Premium, 80; Pres. Stockbridge 
Golf Club. Member Advisory Committee on 
Art, Panama-Pacific Exposition, 15; Soc. of Am. 
Artists; National Acad, of Design; Am. Federa- 
tion of Arts; Conn. Acad, of Fine Arts; Lenox 
(Lenox, Mass.) and The Players (New York) 
Clubs. 
Artist. 
Stockbridge, Mass. 



Harry Herbert Palmer 



HoiA 



A. B. 1883. Skull and Bones. 2d English 
Composition Prize, 81; Record Prize for Prose 
and Poetry, 81-82; Editor Yale Literarv Maga- 
zine, 82-83. Member City Club. 
Advertising. 

890 Main St.; res. 700 New Britain Ave., Hart- 
ford, Conn. 



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[1883 



Dudley Phelps 



ewQ 



A. B. 1883; LL. B. 188S Columbia. Delta 
Kappa Epsilon. Member University, Union 
League and Yale Clubs. Son of Benjamin Kins- 
man Phelps, Beta S3. 
Lawyer. 

2 Rector St.; res. 30 E. 75th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



John Jay Phelps 



P?A 



A. B. 1883; LL. B. 1885 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key; Sigma Epsilon. Acting Lieut., U. S. Navy, 
98; Member Am. Museum Natural History; 
N. J. State Chamber of Commerce; Am. Geo- 
graphical and New England Socs.; Founders 
and Patriots of America; Sons of the Revolu- 
tion; Military Order Foreign Wars (N. Y.) ; 
Navy League U. S.; U. S. Spanish War 
Veterans; Union League; University and Yale 
(New York), Union League and Hackensack 
Golf (Hackensack), Hamilton (Paterson), 
Graduates' (New Haven), New York Yacht, 
New Haven Yacht, Seawanhaka Corinthian 
Yacht, Sachem's Head Yacht, Oritani Field, 
New Haven Auto., New Jersey Auto and Motor 
and Teaneck Clubs; Automobile Club of Amer- 
ica; Double Beach Assn. (Conn.). Son of Wil- 
liam Walter Phelps, Beta 60. 
Financier. 

100 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; res. "Red 
Towers," Hackensack, N. J. 

Austin Roe Preston* pv(ji 

A. B. 1883; LL. B. 1885 Columbia. 

Lawyer. d. 1905 

David Farnam Read* to A 

A. B. 1883. 

Merchant. d. 1913 

Robert Cameron Rogers* P t]; Q 

A. B. 1883. d. 1912 

Edward Bartow Sargent p (]^ a 

A. B. 1883. Delta Kappa. Member University, 

Country and Automobile Clubs. 

Trustee and Executor. 

2004 Union Central Bldg.; res. 2373 Madison 

Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Frederick David Shaffer 



6iaA 



A. B. 1883. Scroll and Key; He Boule; Delta 
Kappa. Member Country Club. Brother of 
Lewis William Shaffer, Beta 76. Frank Holmes 
Shaffer, Beta 77 and Stanley Shaffer, Beta 83. 
Manager. 

Chickasha Gas and Electric Co., 421 Chickasha 
Ave., Chickasha; res. 1700 S. 9th St., Lawton, 
Okla. 

0«Q 



Stanley Shaffer 



A. B. 1883. Wolf's Head: He Boule: Delta 
Kappa. Pres. Football Assn., 82-83. Member 
Ohio Constittttional Convention, 11; School 
Board and Park Commissioner, Hamilton, Ohio. 
Member Univprsity Club. Brother of Lewis 
M'illiam Shaffer, Beta 76, Frank Holmes 
Shaffer. Beta 77 and Frederick David Shaffer, 
Beta 83. 
Lawyer. 

30 Atlas Bank Bldg.; res. 953 Burton Ave., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 



William Kerper Stevens 



SBA 



A. B. 1883. Judge Court of Common Pleas 23d 
Judicial Dist. of Pa.. 08-10; Pres. Board of 
Trustees, St. Joseph's Hosp. Member Wyomiss- 



ing. University (Philadelphia) and Berkshire 

Country (Berks County) Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

536 Washington St.; res. 1220 Perkiomen Ave., 

Reading, Pa. 



Horatio Odell Stone* 



©Sg) 



A. B. 1883. Scroll and Key. Financial Editor 
Yale Ncivs, 82. Member Board of Trade of 
Chicago, 111. 
Broker. d. 1912 

Horace Dutton Taft P X A 

A. B. 1883; A. M. 1893. Skull and Bones. 3d 
Mathematical Prize, 80; 2d Berkelev Latin 
Premium, 80; Runk Scholar, 80-81; Townsend 
Premium, 83; Commencement Orator. Attache 
U S. Legation, V^ienna, Austria, 80-84; Tutor 
of Latin. Yale Univ., 87-90. Brother of 
William Howard Taft, Beta 78 and Henry 
Waters Taft, Beta SO. 
Educator. 
Watertown, Conn. 

Sherman Day Thacher p ? ^ 

A. B. 1883; LL. B. 1886 cum laude. Skull and 
Bones; Delta Kappa. 2d English Composition 
Prize, 81; Editor Yale Record, 82-83; Com- 
mencement Orator; John A. Porter Prize 
and Townsend Prize. 86. Pres. Board Trustees 
Nordhoff Union High School: Pres. Boyd Club; 
Chairman Executive Committee Men's League 
of Ojai Valley; Headmaster Thacher School. 
Member Am. Acad, of Political and Social 
Science; National Committee on Mental Hy- 
giene; Assn. for Advancement of Science; Am. 
Acad, of Science; Boyd, Faculty and Llniver- 
sity (L'an Francisco) Clubs. Brother of 
James Kingsley Thacher, Beta 68, Tliomas 
Thacher, Beta 71: Edward Stanley Thacher, 
Beta 72, Alfred Beaumont Thacher. Beta 74, 
John Sevmour Tliacher. Beta 77 and William 
Earned Thacher, Beta 87. 
Educator. 
Thacher School, Nordhoff, Cal. 

Joseph Parker Trowbridge €) S a 

A. B. 1883. He Boule; Delta Kappa. Member 
Quinnipiack Club. Brother of Henry Trow- 
bridge, Beta 80. 
Transportation. 

N. Y.. N. H. and H. R. R., New Haven, Conn.; 
res. 559 W. 164th St., New York, N. Y. 

William Trumbull 



p >. a 



A. B. 1883; LL. B. 1889. Scroll and Key; Eta 
Plii: Kappa Sigma Epsilon. Junior Exhibition 
Speaker; Townsend Prize; Editor Yale Literary 
Mn(ia.~ine. Vestryman St. INTichael's Parish 
(Litchfield) ; Treas. Rector Emeritus, Shakes- 
peare, Rector Auxiliary and Church Heating 
Funds. Author "Scientic Treatment of Crim- 
inals;" "Legend of the White Canoe;" "Evolu- 
tion and Religion" and "Fti^itive Poems." 
Member Sanctum Club. Son of David Trum- 
bull. Beta 42, brother of David Trumbull. Beta 
76, John Trumbull, Beta 78 and Stephen Trum- 
biill. Beta SO and nephew of James Hedden 
Trumbull, Beta 48. 
Finrinrier (retired). 
Wolcott Lane, Litchfield, Conn. 

Clarence Wetherill Wilson* P o A 



A. B. 1883. 



Morrison Waite Young 



d. 1895 

©XA 



-A.. B. 1883. Wolf's Head; Delta Kappa. 

Banker. 

Second National Bank; res. 631 W. WoodruflE 

Ave., Toledo, Ohio. 



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BETA CHAPTER 



141 



1884 

Wallace Steele Allis 



ejr 



A. B. 1884. 2d English Composition Prize, 82; 
Townsend Premium, 84; Commencement Ora- 
tor. 

Lawyer. 

91 Main St.; res. 305 Broadway, Norwich, 
Conn. 



Allison X'incent Armour 



StJLB 



A. B. 1884. Scroll and Key; Delta Kappa; 

Sigma Epsilon. 

lU W. 43d St., New York, N. Y. 



Nelson Pendleton Bigelow 



A. B. 1884. Scroll and Key; Sigma Epsilon; 
Eta Phi. Editor Yale Courant; Sec. Eirst 
State Pawners Soc. and Commercial Club 
(Chicago). Member University, Chicago and 
Onwcntsia (Chicago) Clubs. 
Luinberman. 
Bigelow, Ark. 



Henry Alfred Bishop 



B 



Delta Kappa Epsilon; He Boule. Alderman, 
Bridgeport, Conn., 85-86; Member Conn. Legis- 
lature, 86; Delegate Democratic National Con- 
vention, 88; Paymaster General State of Conn., 
93-94; On Staff of Governor Morris; Pres. and 
Dir. Bridgeport Boys Club and Bridgeport Pub- 
lic Library; Trustee Charitable Soc, Bridge- 
port Orphan Asylum and Fresh Air Home; Dir. 
Bridgeport and St. Vincent's Hosps. and Conn. 
Humane Soc. Member Algonquin, Brooklawn 
Country, Black Rock Yacht, Comedy, Contem- 
porary, University, Metabetchouan Fishing and 
Game, Hollenbeck (Huntville, Conn.), New 
'^'ork Yacht (Membership Committee), Yale, 
Union and Larchmont (New York) Clubs. 
Brother of William Darius Bishop. 
Banker. 

546 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y.; res. 179 
Washington Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 



Samuel Albert Booth* 



S^B 



A. B. 1884. Skull and Bones. Pres. Yale 
Athletic Assn., 83-84; Teacher Shattuck School, 
Faribault, Minn., 84-86. Brother of Wilbur 
Franklin Booth, Beta 84. 
Lawyer. d. 1898 



Wilbur Franklin Booth 



HXT 



A. B. 1884; LL. B. 1888. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. 2d Berkeley Latin Premium; 
Philosophical Oration at Junior Exhibition; 
Salutatorian : Douglas Fellow. 84-86; Betts Prize, 
87. U. S. Dist. Judge; Teacher Shattuck School, 
84-86: Member .-\himni Advisory Board (Yale). 
IVfemher Minneapolis, Minneapolis Athletic, 
Miiiikahda, Town and Country (St. Paul) 
and Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. Brother 
of Samuel Albert Booth, Beta 84. 
Jurist. 

Federal Bldg. ; res. 2101 Blaisdell Ave., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 



Robert Munro Boyd, Jr. 



pvr 



A. B. 1884; A. M. 1886 Columbia and LL. B. 
1886. Phi Beta Kappa. 1st Berkeley Latin 
Premium 81; Editor Yale News, 80-81; Cobden 
Club Medal. 84. Pres. Hare and Hounds Club: 
Pns. Montclair Free Public Library Board and 
Athletic and Dramatic Clubs; Governor N. J 
Soc. Mayflower Descendants. Member New 
York Bar Assn.; Psi Upsilon, Union League, 



Cape Vincent Yacht, Montclair and Montclair 
Athletic Clubs. 
Lawyer. • 

2i5 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; res. 96 Pros- 
pect Ave., Montclair, N. J. 



William Benjamin Bristow 



Hv^ 



A. B. 1884; LL. B. 1886 Columbia. Wolf's 

Head. 

Lawyer. 

2 Rector St., New York, N. Y. 



Henry Buist 



AGX 



A. B. 1884. Member Charleston, Charles- 
ton Country, Carolina Yacht and University 
(New York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

30 Broad St.; res. 37 King St., Charleston, 
S. C. 

Willson Carpenter H tt 4* 

A. B. 1884. 
Banker. 
Shekomeko, N. Y. 

Edward Alortimer Chapman 11 A $ 

A. B. 1884; B. D. 1890. Phi Beta Kappa. 3d 

English Composition Prize (2) ; Junior Exhibi- 
tion Speaker; DeForest Speaker (4); Town- 
send Premium (4) ; John A. Porter Univ. 
Prize, 87. Pastor F"irst Congregational Church, 
Rochester. N. H., 90-92; Assoc. Pastor Central 
Church. Worcester, Mass., 92-99; Pastor North 
Congregational Church, St. Johnsbury, Vt., 00- 
05; Acting Pastor First Church, Detroit. Mich., 
05; Pastor First Church, Old Lyme, Conn., 06- 
15. Author "Dynamic of Christianity;" "Eng- 
lish Literature in Account with Religion." 
Member University and Winthrop (Boston) 
and Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs and Soc. of 
Colonial Wars (Conn.). 
Clergyman and Writer. 
Ocean Ave., New London, Conn. 



Harris Dunscomb Colt 



SoT 



A. B. 1884; LL. B. 1886 Columbia. Member 
Century and Down Town Assns. ; LTniversity, 
Metropolitan, Yale and Grolier Clubs (New 
York); Graduates' Club (New Haven). Brother 
of Richard Collins Colt, Beta 85. 
Lawyer. 

30 Broad St.; res. 515 Park Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 



Edmund Petrie Cottle 



StcB 



A B 1885. Delta Kappa. Pres. Yale Lacrosse 
club, 83-84; Lieut. Colonel. 74th Inf., N. 
G. N. Y. and 201st Inf., New York Vols., 
98; Sec. Psi Upsilon Assn. of Buffalo. 86- 
88. Member 74th Inf. Veterans; New York 
State Bar and Erie County Bar Assns.; Univer- 
sity. Lawyers' and Buffalo Canoe Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

9?0 Ellicott Sq.; res. 187 North St., Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

Frederick Kin^^sbury Curtis S v <]; 

A. B. 1884: LL. B. 1886 Columbia. 2d Berke- 

Icv Latin Premium, 81; Editor Courant, 80-84; 

Chairman, 83-84. 

Lawyer. 

30 Broad St.; res. 162 E. 62d St., New York, 

N. Y. 

Leonard IMayhew Daggett H | c{» 

A. B. 1884; LL. B. 1S87 magna cum laiide. 3d 
English Composition Prize (2); Betts Prize, 86; 



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[1884 



Jewell Prize; Financial Editor Record (3), (4). 
Teacher Hopkins Grammar School, 84-85; Cor- 
poration Counsel, 01-08; Instr. Testamentary 
Law, Yale Law School, 94-10; Board of Trus- 
tees of Conn. County, 15. Member Graduates', 
Quinnipiack, Country Lawn (Hartford) and 
University and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

42 Church St.; res. 60 Wall St., New Haven, 
Conn. 



Henry Laurens Dawes 



Y) (0 ^ 



A. B. 1884. He Boule; Delta Kappa. Sec. 
U. S. Indian Commission, 84-85. 
107 South St., Pittsfield, Mass. 



Fred Herbert Dods:e 



¥ 



A. B. 1884. Eta Psi. Member Coll. Gym- 
nasium Directors. Prof, of Physical Train- 
ing at Rutgers Coll.; Director Ballantine 
Gymnasium. Member New Brunswick Scien- 
tific, Rutgers Faculty and Alumni Clubs. 
Educator. 
116 Hamilton St., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Julius Tyler Andrews Doolittle y] 9 B 

A. B. 1884. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Chair- 
man Psi Upsilon Campaign Committee; Pres. 
Yale Tennis Club; 1st Vice-Pres. and one of 
the founders of Intercollegiate Lawn Tennis 
Assn.; Assoc. Editor Yale News (2 years). 
Member University (New York) and Fort 
Schuyler (Utica) Clubs. Brother of Charles 
Andrews Doolittle, Gamma 72 and William 
Sherman Doolittle, Beta 76. 
Lawyer. 
Genesee St.; res. 257 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. 

Maxwell Evarts* a co ^ 

A. B. 1884. Skull and Bones. Brother of Sher- 
man Evarts, Beta 81. 

d. 1913 



Arthur Lincoln Farwell 



ff X t|j 



A. B. 1884. CcroU and Key. Football. 

Brother of John Villiers Farwell, Beta 79 and 

Francis Cooley Farwell, Beta 82. 

Merchant. 

(102 S. Market St., Chicago, 111.) 



Edward Chenery Gale 



ri^^ 



A. B. 1884; A. M. 1887 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Scroll and Key. Two 1st English 
Composition Prizes, 82; Philosophical Oration 
and 2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 83; De- 
Forest Medal, 84; Editor Yale Literary Mag- 
asine, 83-84 and Yale Pot Pourri, 84. Mem- 
ber Public Library Board. Member Minne- 
apolis, University and Minikahda (Minne- 
apolis), Lafayette (Lake Minnetonka) and Yale 
(New York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

800 Security BIdg.; res. 2115 Stevens Ave., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Gustav [Frederick] Gruener ''F R "?'* 

A. B. 1884; Ph. D. 1896. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. 1st Berkeley Latin Prem- 
ium, 81; Philosophical Oration at Junior Exhi- 
bition, 83; 1st Winthrop Prize, 83; Valedic- 
torian: Woolsey Scholarship Freshman year; 
Foote Scholar and Clark Scholar in Yale, 84- 
86. Prof, of German Yale Coll. Member 
Graduates' Club. 
Educator. 
146 Lawrence Hall, New Haven, Conn. 



Robert Walbridge Hamill H cp B 

A. B. 1884. Pres. Yale Football Assn., 82-84. 

Timber. 

234 S. La Salle St., Chicago; res. Clarendon 

Hills, 111. 



James Smith Havens 



CF 



A. B. 1884. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 
Orator. Member 61st Congress. Member 
Genesee Valley. University and Country Clubs 
(Rochester) and Tourilli Fish and Game Club of 
Quebec (Canada). Uncle of Samuel Mack 
Havens, Upsilon 99 and Raymond Dexter 
Havens, Upsilon 01. 
Lawyer. 

1015 Insurance Bldg.; res. 1370 East Ave., 
Rochester, N. Y. 



Howard Haines Higbee 



Stj;B 

A. B. 1884. Ph. D. 1895 Johns Hopkins Univ. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Research Asst. Organic 
Chemistry, Tufts Coll., 95-96; Prof, of Gen- 
eral and Physical Chemistry. Hamilton Coll., 
96-00; Prof, of Physics and Chemistry, Antioch 
Coll., 02-06. 
Educator. 
2121 E. 96th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Roderick Whittelsey Hine S ^ ¥ 

A. B. 1884. Phi Beta Kappa. Principal of 
Schools, Bristol, Conn., 84-85; High School, 
Waterbury, 85-88; Supt. of Schools, Dedham, 
Mass. 
Educator. 



Dedham, Mass. 



Joseph Glasby Holliday 



Si^^ 



A. B. 1884; LL. B. 1886 Washington Univ. 

Wolf's Head. Oration; Scott Prize in French, 

83. 

Lawyer. 

906 La Salle Bldg.; res. 5137 Washington Ave., 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Charles Elmer Holmes 



Hvt}^ 



A. B. 1884. Class Statistician, 84; Berkeley 

Scholarship (Yale) Greek and Latin; Baseball. 

Author "Birds of the West;" "Happy Days;" 

"From Court to Court" (verse). 

Insurance. 

Mutual Life Ins. Co. of New York, 301 Outlook 

Bldg.; res. 51 N. Champion Ave., Columbus, 

Ohio 

William Hugh Hyndman H v B 

A. B. 1894. Crew, 81-83. 

(56 2d St., Newburgh, N. Y.) 

Paul Emott Jenks S ^ B 

A. B. 1884. Skull and Bones; He Boule; Sigma 
Epsilon. Tennis (2) ; Mgr. Dramatic Produc- 
tions. Am. Vice-Consul Yokohama, Japan. 
Author "My Westering Wheel;" "Bicycle Tour 
Among the Riviera." Member Hamilton (Brook- 
lyn) and University (New York) Clubs. 
Diplomat. 

U. S. Consulate; res. 3566 Negishi-Machi, Yoko- 
hama, Japan. 



Frederick Scheetz Jones 



HiA'i 



A. B. 1884: A. M. 1896; LL. D. 1915 Univ. of 
Ky. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 
Runk Scholarship; Freshman and Sophomore 
Mathematical Prizes; Philosophical Oration. 
Dean of Yale Coll. Member Graduates' New 
Haven Country and New Haven Yacht Clubs. 
Educator. 

Connecticut Hall, Yale College; res. 671 Prospect 
St., New Haven. Conn. 



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143 



George AMlliam Judson 



PUx 



A. B. 1884; B. D. 1887. 2d Junior Exhibition 

Premium (3); Commencement Orator. Member 

School Board; Pres. Choral Union. 

Clergyman. 

101 N. Main St., Winsted. Conn. 



HOtj; 



Newell Clark Knight 

A. B. 1884. 

Advertising. 

19 S. La Salle St., Chicago; res. 1847 Asbury 

Ave., Evanston, III. 

Thomas Garner Lawrance* 2 0^ 

A. B. 1884. 

d. 1883. 

Edward x\shton Lawrence* H (j; B 

A. B. 1884. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 
Pres. Yale Glee Club. 82-83. 

d. 1884 



Beirne Lay 



@Lr 



A. B. 1884. Pres. Berkeley Assn., 83-84; Record 

Prize for Verses; Commencement Orator. 

Brother of George William Lay, Beta 82. 

Educator. 

(St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H.) 



Ernest St. George Lough 



ICX 



A. B. 1884. Colloquy at Commencement; Senior 

Tennis Prize. 

Financier. 

25 Washington St., Cumberland. Md. 



Edwin McClellan 



Sx^ 



A. B. 1884. Scroll and Key. Financial Editor 

Yale Courant. 83-84. Member University, Yale, 

Mohawk (Schenectady) and Adirondack League 

Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Cambridge, N. Y. 



Henry Clay McDowell, Jr. 



Hxt}; 



A. B. 1884; LL. B. 1887 Univ. of Va. Financial 

Editor Yale News, 83-84; Capt. Lacrosse Team, 

83-84; U. S. Dist. Judge Western Division Va. 

since 01. 

Lawyer. 

(1314 Clay Ave., Lynchburg, Va.) 



George Hudson Makuen* 



A. B. 1884; M. D. 1889 Jefferson Med. Coll. 
Scroll and Key; Alpha Mu Pi Omega. 1st 
Declamation and 2d English Composition Prizes, 
82; 1st Junior Exhibition Premium, 83; Com- 
mencement (Orator. Instr. Jefferson Med. 
Coll., 89-92; Laryngologist and Otologist to 
St. Mary's, Douglas Memorial and Roosevelt 
Hosps., Philadelphia; Prof. Defects of Speech, 
Philadelphia Polyclinic Hosp. and Coll. for 
Graduates in Medicine; Laryngologist and Otol- 
ogist, Chester (Pa.) Hosp.; Instr. Centenary 
Collegiate Inst., 79-80; National School of Elocu- 
tion and Oratory, 84-86; Consultant New Jer- 
sey Training School for Feeble Minded Chil- 
dren; Fellow of Philadelphia Coll. of Physicians; 
Am. Laryngological Assn. (Pres., 16); Am. 
Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Soc. 
(Pres. 12); Am. Otological Soc; Am. Acad, of 
Ophthalmology and Oto-Laryngology ; Am. Acad. 
of Medicine (Pres. 00) : Am. Coll. of Surgs. 
(Governor). Member Philadelphia and Dela- 
ware Countv Med. Socs.; Am. Med. Assn. 
fPres. of Section Laryngology and Otology 02); 
University, Art, Musical Art and Medical Clubs. 
Physician. d. 1917 



William Theophilus Nichols y; 9 B 

A. B. 1&84. Phi Beta Kappa. Yale Literary 

Essay Medal, 82. Author "War for the Island;" 

"Making Good;' "Safety First Club." Member 

Derryfield and Intervale Country Clubs. 

Author. 

Manchester L^nion, 48 Hanover St.; res. 141 

Russell St., Manchester, N. H. 



Henry McMahon Painter 



SX^ 



A. B. 1884; Ph. B. 1885; M. D. 1888 Columbia. 

Two 1st English Composition Prizes, 82; 2d 

Junior E.xhibition Premium, 83; Editor Yale 

Literary Magazine, 83-84. Member Century 

and Grolier Clubs. 

Physician. 

62 W. 5Sth St., New York, N. Y. 



Charles Laban Pardee 



BAT 



A. B. 1884; D. D. 1913. Member Joint Dio- 
cesan Sunday School Lesson Committee; Sec. 
of the Am. Church Building Fund Commission. 
Author "The Way to the Altar;" "The Three 
Hour Service for Good Friday." 
Corresponding Secretary. 

281 Fourth Ave., New York, N. Y.; res. 581 
Central Ave., East Orange, N. J. 



(7C?^ 



George Washington Patterson 

A. B. 1884; A. M. 1891; B. S. 1887 Mass. Inst, 
of Tech.; Ph. D. 1899 Munich Univ. 2d Mathe- 
matical Prize, 82; 1st Mathematical Prize, 81 
and 84; Pres. and Capt. Yale Bicycle Club. 
Prof, of Engineering Mechanics, Univ. of 
Mich.; Pres. Patterson Library, Westfield, N. 
Y.; Junior Warden St. Andrews Church, Ann 
Arbor. Author "Revolving Vectors;" "Electri- 
cal Measurements" and "Industrial Photo- 
metry." Fellow Am. Inst, of Electrical Engi- 
neers and Am. Physical Soc; Member Detroit 
Univ., Ann Arbor Univ., Ann Arbor Golf and 
Woohtenau Clubs. Son of George Washington 
Patterson, Zeta 48. father of George Washing- 
ton Patterson, Jr.. Beta 14 and uncle of George 
Patterson Crandall, Beta 15. 
Educator. 

University of Michigan; res. 2101 Hill St., Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 

Jacob Perkins* atj^^-'* 

Private Secretary. d. 1902 

Edward Learned Pollock H cp B 

Brother of George Edward Pollock, Beta 78 and 
William Pollock, Beta 82. 
People's Gas Bldg., (Chicago, 111. 



Edwin Lewis Porter* 

A. B. 1884. 
Lawyer. 

James Bronson Reynolds 



S<?B 

d. 1908 

S^l^B 

A. B. 1884; B. D. 1888. Delta Kappa. Sec. to 
Mayor of New York, 02-03; Asst. Dist. Atty. 
New York County; Special Commissioner Re- 
garding Affairs of Dist. of Cohnnbia; Chairman 
of Special U. S. Commission to Panama; Counsel 
to the Am. Social Hygiene Assn. Member Civic, 
Century and City Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

105 W. 40th St.; res. 151 Central Park West, 
New York, N. Y. 



Edward Isaac Sanford 



H-oB 



A. B. 1884; LL. B. 1887. Scroll and Key. 

Editor Yale Record, 83-84. 

Lawyer (retired). 

(3 W. 54th St.. New York City.) 



144 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1884-85 



William Henry Sanford 



■K 



B 



A. B. 1884. Principal Weston School, 85-86. 
Member Yale (New York) Club. 
Merchant (retired). 
Newtown, Conn. 



Henrv Tweedy Shelton 



Y) 7C B 



A. B. 1884; LL. B. 1886 cum laude. Jewell 

Prize, 86. 

Lawyer. 

(241 Courtland St., Bridgeport, Conn.) 



Oliver Taylor Sherwood 

A. B. 1884. 

Science 

(262 Main St., New Rochelle, N. Y.) 



Y]YlT 



Frank Strong 



0CX 

A. B. 1884; A. M. 1893; Ph. D. 1897; LL. D. 
1909 Baker Univ., Univ. of Oregon and Kans. 
Agricultural Coll. Phi Beta Kappa; Kappa 
Sigma Epsilon. John A. Porter Universal 
Prize, 85; Principal St. Joseph (Mo.) High 
School, 88-92; Supt. of Schools, Lincoln, Nei> -. 
92-95; Lecturer, Yale Graduate School, 97-99; 
Pres. Univ. of Oregon, 99-02; Pres. Kans. 
State Teachers' Assn., 10; Pres. National .\ssn. 
State Universities, 16; Chancellor, Univ. of 
Kans. Author "Life of Benjamin Franklin;" 
"A Forgotten Danger to the New England 
Colonies;" "Cromwell's West Indian Expedi- 
tion," and "Government of ihc .American 
People." Member National Assn. State Univer- 
sities; National Education Assn. and National 
Council of Education. Brother of Oiis Strong, 
Beta 85. 
Educator. 

University of Kans.; res. 1345 Louisiana St., 
Lawrence, Kans. 



William Lord Strong 



SB 



A. B. 1884. Brother of Theodore Chester 
Strong, Beta 78. 
Manufacturer. 

Old Bridge; res. 93 College Ave., New Bruns- 
wick, N. J. 



William Ambrose Taylor 



a^B 



A. B. 1884. Scroll and Key; Delta Kappa: 
Eta Phi. Member Garden City, Sleepy Hollow, 
Piping Rock, Yale, University, Metropolitan. 
Racquet and Tennis, Riding, Hamilton and 
Merchants' Clubs. 
Merchant. 

109 Worth St.; res. 18 E. 66th St., New York. 
N. Y. 



Ray Tompkins 



Y]SB 



A. B. 1884. Skull and Bones. Football 

(Capt.), 82-84. Member Psi Upsilon Assn. of 

Elmira; Yale and University (New York) Clubs. 

Banker. 

Chemung Canal Trust Co.; res. 409 N. Main 

St., Elmira, N. Y. 



Henry Bancroft Twombly 



Stc^ 



A. B. 1884. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones; 
Delta Kappa. 1st Berkeley Latin Premium, 81 ; 
2d English Composition Prize, 82; Philosophical 
Oration and 2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 83; 
Philosophical Oration (4th in Class) at Com- 
rnencement. Author Psi Upsilon Song "Cal- 
cium Light Song." Son of Alexander Steven- 
son Twombly, Beta 54 and brother of Edward 
Lambert Twombly, Beta 81. 
Lawyer. 

2 Rector St., New York, N. Y.; res. Hobart 
Ave., Summit, N. J. 



Charles Morehead Walker 



HXB 



A. B. 1884. Wolf's Head. Member City Coun- 
cil, Chicago, 96-00; Corporation Council, 99- 
03; Judge Circuit Court, Cook County (111.) 
since 03; Chief Justice, 11-13. 
Jurist. 
1128 N. La Salle St., Chicago, 111. 



HtY 



Dean Augustus Walker* 

A. B. 1884; B. D. 1889; A. M. 1890; Ph. D. 
1895 Univ. of Chicago. Phi Beta Kappa. 1st 
Berkeley Latin Premium, 81; 3d Mathematical 
Prize, 81 and 82; Teacher Hopkins Grammar 
J'chool, New Haven, 84-85; Prof, of Languages 
Colorado Coll., Colorado Springs, 85 86. 

d. 1914 

Charles Ansel Watrous* S v B 

A. B. 1884. Editor Yale Record, 83 84. 
Journalist. d. 1899 

Amos Parker Wilder S 6 ^ 

A. B. 1884; Ph. D. 1892. Skull and Bones. 
Fence Orator, 81 and 82; Editor Yale Record, 
80-81; Yale Courant, 82-84. Teacher Black 
Hall School (Lyme. Conn.), 84-85; Shattuck 
.School (Fairbault. Minn.), 85-86; Consul- 
General at Hon? Kong, China, 06-09; Shanghai, 
09-14; Sec. and Treas. "Yale in China" Move- 
ment. Author "The Municipal Problem." 
Secretary and Treasurer. 
5 White Hall, New Haven, Conn. 

Harry Augustus Worcester 2 X B 

A. B. 1884. Wolf's Head; He Boule; Delta 
Kappa. Pres. Cincinnati Yale Club. Member 
Queen City and Country. Cincinnati Golf 
(Cincinnati). LTniversitv and Yale (New York), 
^'ondotcga (Detroit) and Tavern (Cleveland) 
Clubs. Brother of Edwin Dean Worcester, Jr., 
Beta 76. Franklin Eldred Worcester, Beta 82 
and Wilfred James Worcester, Beta 85. 
General Manager. 

Cleveland, Cincinnati. Chicago and St. Louis 
Ry. Co., Keys Crescent, East Walnut Hills, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 



1885 

Ernest Rufus Adee* 



e t Y 



Clifford Butler Allen 



A. B. 1885. Member Board of Governors 
Yale Univ. Club, 84-85. Brother .of Edwin 
Morgan Adee, Beta 81. 

d. 1903 

esX 

A. B. 1885; LL. B. 1887 Washington Univ. 
.Scroll and Key; He Boule. Pres. St. Louis 
Bar Assn. Member University, Mercantile, 
City and Liederkranz Clubs; Missouri Athletic 
Assn. Son of Edmund Thompson Allen, Beta 
57 and brother of Edmund Allen, Beta 88. 
Lawyer. 

105 N. 7th St.; res. 2010 Longfellow Blvd., 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Henry Burrall Anderson 



P(];X 



A. B. 1885. Scroll and Key: Eta Phi. Editor 
Yale News. Pres. Automobile Club of Amer- 
ica, 13-14. Author "Sloop vs. Cutter." Mem- 
ber University, Metropolitan, New York Yacht, 
Indian Harbor Yacht and Westchester Polo 
Clubs and Am. Canoe Assn. Father of Henry 
Hill .Anderson. Beta 16, brother of Wil- 
liam Burrall Anderson, Beta 86 and Chandler 
Parsons Anderson, Beta 87. 
Lawyer. 

35 Wall St.; res. 323 W. 80th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



18851 



BETA CHAPTER 



145 



John Hulett Arnot* 

Skull and Bones. 



A. B. 1885. 
Banker. 



Lucius Olmsted Baird 



OCX 

d. 1899 

Per 

A. B. 1885; B. D. 1890 Yale Divinity School; 
D. D. 1910 Drury Coll. 3d Mathematical 
Prize, 82; Financial Editor Yale Record, 84-85. 
Pastor, Pullman. Wash, (as Member "Yale 
Band"), 90-94; Ottawa, 111., 95-05; St. Mary's 
Ave. Church, Omaha, Nebr., 05-10; Pres. Con- 
gregational Summer Assembly, 12-15; Western 
Sec. of the American Missionary Assn. 
Secretary. 

19 S. La Salle St., Chicago; res. 57 Crescent 
PI., Wilmette, 111. 



Frederic AIcLeod Barbour 



Hix^ 



A. B. 1885. Trustee Unitarian Church; Chair- 
man Fairfield Dist. Board of School Trustees. 
Brother of William Ransom Barbour, Beta 80. 
Accountant. 

Am. Locomotive Co., Richmond; res. P. O. Box 
1U46, Highland Springs, Va. 



Jonathan Barnes'' 



WRV 



A. B. 1885. Phi Beta Kappa. 1st Berkeley 
Latin Preniium, 82; Pliilosophical Oration at 
Junior Exhibition. 84; Scott German Prize, 85; 
Philosophical Oration (5th in class) at Com- 
mencement; Member of Class Day Committee, 
85. Son of Jonathan Ebenezer Barnes, Xi 48. 

d. 1916 



Henry W'orthington Beckwith* 

Brother of John William Beckwith 

John Henry Booth 



PsY 

Beta 89. 
d. 1891 

BVX 

A. B. 1885; LL. B. 1887 Columbia. Phi Beta 

Kappa. High Oration; Pres. Berkeley Assn., 

84-85. 

Lawyer. 

30 Clinton St. 

burg, N. Y. 



; res. 7 Cumberland Ave., Platts- 



John Cloyse Bridgman 



OeP 



John Laidlaw Buel 



exy 



A. B. 1885 
Wolf's Head. 
York). 
Physician. 
Litchfield, Conn. 



M. D. 
Member 



1888 Columbia Coll. 
University Club (New 



CoHn Sherman Buell 



0SA 



A. B. 1885. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones; 
Gamma Nu; Eta Phi. 1st Berkeley Latin 
Premium. 82; Two 1st English Composition 
Prizes, 83; Editor Yalr Nczi's, 83-84; Yale Lit- 
erary Magazine, 84-86; Townsend .Speaker; 
Commencement Orator. Teacher Harry Hillman 
Acad., 85-88; Chairman Wilkes-Barre City 
Planning Commission; Pres. Chamber of Com- 
merce. Member Wyomin.g Valley Country. 
\\'estmoreIand and University (New York) 
Clubs. Son of Isaac Bridgman, Zeta 56. 
IManufacturer. 

Ross and State Sts.; res. 118 W. River St., 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 



A. B. 1885; A. M. 1889. Commencement 
Orator. Principal Williams Memorial Inst.; 
Trustee Conn. Coll. for Women; Chairman 
Committee on Education; Lecturer on Faculty. 
Author "Essentials of Psychology." 
Educator. 

110 Broad St.; res. 52 Vauxhall St., New 
London, Conn. 



David Hanson Buffum, Jr.* 

Brothijr of Edgar Stickney Buffum, 
and Harry Austin Buffum, Beta 79. 
Manufacturer. 



Samuel Davis Capen 

A. B. 1885. Wolf's Head. 
Noonday, Racquet 



Beta 77 
d. 1892 

Pex 



Member St. Louis, 
and Commercial Clubs. 
Insurance. 

1406 Pierce Bldg. ; res. 
Louis, Mo. 



501 Clara Ave., St. 



Charles Lyman Carhart 



oj 



A. B. 1885. Phi Beta Kappa. High Oration 
at Commencement. Teacher at Peekskill Mili- 
tary Acad., 85-86. Member Clergy Club of 
New York. Brother of William Merle d' 
Aubigne Carhart, Beta 85. 
Clergyman. 
20 Forest Park Ave., Larchmont, N. Y. 

William Merle d' Aubigne Carhart 

xDx 

A. B. 1885; M. D. 1889 Columbia. Commence- 
ment Orator; 1st Dispute Honor Grade (3), 
(4) ; Lacrosse. Oculist New York Dept. 
of Health; Attending Ophthalmic Surg. Volun- 
teer Hosp.; Consulting Oculist and Aurist 
Peekskill Hosp. Member Westchester County 
Yale -Alumni Assn. Brother of Charles Lyman 
Carhart, Beta 85. 
Physician and Surgeon. 

616 Madison Ave., New York; res. 1112 Main 
St., Peekskill, N. Y. 



William Scoville Case 







A. B. 1885. Scroll and Key. Editor Yale In- 
dex, 84; Yale Courant, 83-85 and Chairman of 
P.oard; Chairman and Founder (J "it, 84. Mem- 
ber Legislature, 87-89; Judge Court Common 
Pleas, 97-01; Judge Superior Court of Conn., 
01-02. Author "Forward House" and "History 
of Granby." 
Jurist. 
(County Bldg., Hartford, Conn.) 



Edward Herrick Chandler 



HD$ 



A. B. 1885. 2d Berkeley Latin Premium (1); 
Editor )ale News (3). (4); 85 Class Book (4). 
Sec. Twentieth Century Club. Member Twent- 
ieth Century Club. Brother of John Scudder 
Chandler, Beta 70. 
Journalist. 
3 Joy St.; res. 259 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 



Harry Goodnow Chase 



0eY 



A. B. 1885. Scroll and Key. Editor Yale In- 
dex. 84; Courant, 84-85. Member University 
Club. 

RcJil Eststp 

108 S. La Salle St.; res. 514 Belmont Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

Richard Collins Colt H D 3 

A. B. 1885. Brother of Harris Dunscomb Colt, 

Beta 84. 

Merchant. 

(212 Water St., New York, N. Y.) 

Wilbur Lucius Cross 11 D S 

A. B. 1885; Ph. D. 1889. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Sophomore Prize in English Composition; Jun- 
ior Exhibition Speaker; De Forest Medal; Foote 
Scholar, 85; Editor Yale Review. Dean of the 
Gradiialo School of Yale Univ. .ind Prof. 
of P'nelish in the Sheffield Scientific School. 
.Author "The Development of the English 
Novel;" "The Life and Times of Laurence 



146 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1885 



Sterne." Member Graduates', Elihu and Au- ] 

thors' (New York) Clubs; National Inst, of 

Art and Letters. 

Educator. 

24 Edgehill Rd., New Haven, Conn. 



Herbert Lionel Doggett* 



0[xX 



A. B. 1885. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 
Editor Yale Courant, 82-84; 1st and 2d English 
Composition Prizes, 83; 2d Winthrop Prize and 
Philosophical Oration at Junior Exhibition, 84; 
1st High Oration (8th in Class) at Commence- 
ment. 
Journalist. d. 1894 



Richard Ellis 



n D A 



A. B. 1885; A. M. 1905; M. D. 1888 Univ. City 

New York; Financial Editor Yale Courant, 84- 

85. Teacher in Peekskill (N. Y.) Military 

Acad., 85-86. 

Physician. 

The Bryson, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Walter Farwell ^ T X 

A. B. 1885. 

Merchant. 

102 S. Market St., Chicago, 111. 

Henry Richmond Flanders 11 R A 

A. B. 1885. Skull and Bones. Crew (Capt.); 

Football. 

Insurance. 

Vineyard Haven, Mass. 



Walter Francis Frear 



BWX 



A. B. 1885; LL. B. 1890; LL. D. 1910. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Elihu Club. 3d Mathematical Prize. 
Tutor Oahu Coll., 85-88; Circuit Judge (Ha- 
waii), 93; Assoc. Justice Supreme Court, 93-00; 
Chief Justice, 00-07; Governor, 07-13; Member 
Commission to recommend to Congress form 
of Government for Territory of Hawaii, 98-99; 
Chairman Hawaiian Code Commission, 03-05; 
Pres. Hawaiian Bar Assn.; Chairman of Com- 
mittee to draft City Charter for Honolulu; 
Pres. Men's League; Pres. Yale Alumni Assn. 
of Hawaii; Vicc-Pres. Hawaiian Historical Soc. 
Author "Revised Laws of Hawaii." Member 
University, Pacific, Commercial and Country 
Clubs, Hawaiian Bar and Honolulu Social 
Science Assns.; Men's League; Yale Alumni 
Assn. of Hawaii; Hawaiian Historical Soc; 
Royal (Geographical Soc. of Australasia. Son of 
Walter Frear, Beta 51. 
Lawyer. 

303 Stangenwald Bldg.; res. 1434 Punahan St., 
Honolulu, T. H. 



Henry Fresenius 



^Yl 



A. B. 1885. Treas. New Haven, Conn., 99. 

Manufacturer. 

(291 Howard Ave., New Haven, Conn.) 



Harlow [Stearns] Gale 



Oy]X 



[Sands] Kenyon Gorham 

A. B. 1885. 

Manufacturer. 

130 S. Greenwood St., Marion, Ohio. 

Edward Neblett Hidden 



P PX 



G0X 

A. B. 1885. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones 
Delta Kappa. Pres. Yale Political Club, 84-85 
Philosophical Oration at Junior Exhibition, 85 



A. B. 1885. Son of Harlow Augustus Gale, 

Theta 56. 

Engineer. 

(319 14th Ave. S. E., Minneapolis, Minn.) 



High Oration ((11th in class) at Commence- 
ment; Member Executive Committee, Phi Beta 
Kappa, 84-85; Assoc. Editor 10th General Cata- 
logue; Pres. Business Men's League, 15; Chair- 
man Committee on U. S. Relations with Haiti. 
Member St. Louis and Noonday (St. Louis), 
Yale (New York) and Graduates' (New Haven) 
Clubs. 
Financier. 

Alnedge Investment Co., 410 Olive St.; res. 
3663 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 



Philip Parley Hubbard 



vQS 



A. B. 1885. Member Litchfield County Univer- 
sity Club. 
Financier. 
(Litchfield, Conn.) 



Henry Fairchild James* 

Wolf's Head. 
Merchant. 

William Jarvis 



eoP 

d. 1896 

Hay 

A. B. 1885. Scroll and Key. 2d English Com- 
position Prize, 83; Commencement Orator, 85; 
Teacher Louisville Male High School and Uni- 
versity School at Louisville, Ky. Member Pen- 
dennis Club. 
Lawyer. 

216 3th St.; res. 1431 St. James' Court, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

SeX 



James Richard Joy 



A. B. 1885; A. M. 1888; Litt. D. 1905 Syracuse; 
LL. D. 1916 Dickinson. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Scroll and Key. Editor Yale Pot Potirri, 84; 
1st Junior Exhibition Premium, 84; Record 
Prize for Poetry and Courant Prize for Essay, 
85; High Oration and Commencement Orator. 
Pres. Board of Education, North Plain- 
field, N. J.; Member M. E. General Con- 
ference, 08, 12 and 16; Trustee Drew Theol. 
Sem.; Methodist Episcopal Hosp., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Author "Outline History of Eng- 
land;" "Ten Englishmen of the Nineteenth 
Century;" "Thomas Joy and His Descendants." 
Member Yale and Aldine (New York), and 
Park (Plainfield) Clubs. 
Editor. 

150 5th Ave., New York, N. Y.; res. 80 Myrtle 
Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 



s?p 



Robert Bage Kerr 

A. B. 1885. Member University, Racquet and 

Tennis and Yale Clubs. 

Broker. 

74 Broadway; res. 565 Park Ave., New York, 

N. Y. 



William Fillmore Leland 

Clerk 

Guy Ward Mallon 



P0A 



PriY 

A. B. 1885; LL. B. 1886 Cincinnati Law SchooL 
Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones; He Boule; 
Gamma Nu. Woolsey Scholar, 82-85; First 
Latin Prize, 82; First and Third English Com- 
position Prize, 83; Lacrosse (Capt.), 83-85; 
Philosophical Oration, 84; Commencement 
Oration; Townsend Premium, 85. Member Gen- 
eral Assembly of Ohio; Member City Council 
of Cincinnati; Trustee Ohio State Univ.; Ex- 
Pres. Yale Club of Cincinnati; Trustee of Berea 
Coll. Member Yale and Business Men's Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

2004 Union Central Bldg.; res. 234 McGregor 
Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 



1885J 



BETA CHAPTER 



147 



William Maxwell 



ASX 



A. B. 1885. New Haven Athletic Team. Mem- 
ber Yale, University (Hartford), Hartford Golf 
and Farmington Country Clubs. Brother of 
Robert Maxwell, Beta 87. 
Manufacturer. 
Main St.; res. Union St., Rockville, Conn. 



©^r 



James Alfred Merrill 

A. B. 1885. Wolf's Head. Brother of John 

Francis Merrill, Beta 81. 

Lawyer. 

Gryphon Rock, Rutland, Vt. 



William Procter Morrison 



9^7. 



A. B. 188S. Phi Beta Kappa; Wolf's Head. 
2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 85 ; Commence- 
ment Orator. 
Lawyer. 
Ashland, Mass. 



Charles Dwight Napier 



OVA 



A. B. 1885; M. D. 1890 Columbia. Clinical 
Prof. Orthopedic Surgery, Long Island Coll. 
Hosp.; Consulting Orthopedic Surg. Methodist 
Episcopal Hosp., and Orthopedic Surg., Kings 
County Hosp. INIember University (Brooklyn) 
and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Physician. 
100 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Atherton Noyes 



6RS 



A. B. 1885; A. M. 1916 Harvard. Prof, of 
English Colo. Coll.; Exchange Prof. Harvard, 
15-16. Author "Matthew Arnold: An Apprecia- 
tion." Son of Daniel Parker Noyes, Beta 40 
and brother of Edward Parish Noyes, Beta 80. 
Educator. 

Colorado College; res. 1205 Wood Ave., Colorado 
Springs, Colo. 



Manly Dayton Ormes 



cE)DX 



A. B. 1885; B. D. 1889. Debating Soc. 
Librarian. 

Coburn Library; res. 1623 N. Tejon St., Col- 
orado Springs, Colo. 



Robert James Pitkin 



PpY 



A. B. 1885; LL. B. 1888 magna cum laude. 
Scroll and Key. Sophomore Composition Prize; 
Commencement Orator; Editor Yale Pot Pourri, 
84. Member University Club. 
Lawyer. 

441 Equitable Bldg.; res. 957 Ogden St., Den- 
ver, Colo. 



John Winthrop Platner 



OW8 



A. B. 1885; A. M. 1901; D. D. 1901 Western 

Reserve. 2d Berkeley Latin Premium, 85. 

Prof. Andover Theol. Sem. Member Colonial 

and Cambridge Boat Clubs. 

Educator. 

1 Shady Hill Sq., Cambridge, Mass. 



David Plessner 



KC? 



A. B. 1885. 

Lawyer. 

(416 Ernest & Cranmer Bldg., Denver. Colo.) 

IRA 



Oramel Whittlesey Pratt 



A. B. 1885. 

Lawyer. 

(First National Bank Bldg., 



Kansas City. Mo.) 



Eugene Lamb Richards 



OsY 



A. B. 188^. Skull and Bones. Hurlbut Scholar; 
2ci Berkeley Latin Premium; English Composi- 
tion Prizes; Fence Orator; Courant Prize; 
Philosophical Oration; Townsend Premium; 
Football, 81-85; Capt., 84; Pres. Intercollegiate 
Football Assn., 84-85; Editor Yale Literary 
Magasine. Deputy Atty. General State of N. Y., 
96-98; Counsel to Conservation Commission; 
Pres. Richmond County Bar Assn. Member 
New York County Lawyers' and Richmond 
County Bar Assns. ; Bankers', Richmond Coun- 
ty and Comedy Clubs. 
State Superintendent of Banks. 
61 Broadway, New York; res. 247 Prospect Ave., 
West New Brighton, N. Y. 



Edwin Wales Robertson 



PwX 



A. B. 1885; LL. B. 1887 Univ. of S. C. 
Member Committee on Foreign Relations; 
Chamber of Commerce of U. S.; Advisory Board 
Yale Alumni Assn. Member South Carolina 
Bar Assn.; Columbia, Metropolitan, University, 
Yale and Bankers' (New York) Clubs. 
Banker. 

National Loan and Exchange Bank of Columbia; 
res. 1001 Laurel St.. Columbia, S. C. 



Lucius Franklin Robinson 



6?T 



A. B. 1885. Skull and Bones; Eta Phi. Foot- 
ball; 1st Declamation and 3d English Composi- 
tion Prizes, 83; Townsend Premium, 85; Dir. 
Hartford Public Library; Watkinson Library; 
Hartford Park Commission; State Park Commis- 
sion. Member Hartford, Hartford Golf, Gradu- 
ates' (New Haven) and New York University 
Clubs. Son of Henry Cornelius Robinson, Beta 
53, brother of Henry Seymour Robinson, Beta 
89 and nephew of Lucius Franklin Robinson, 
Beta 43. 
Lawyer. 

11 Central Row; res. 45 Forest St., Hartford, 
Conn. 

George Augustus Sanderson t C y 

A. B. 1885. Commencement Orator; Chairman 

Class Day (Committee, 85. Dist. Atty. Middlesex 

County; Justice of the Superior Court. 

Jurist. 

E. Main St., Ayer, Mass. 



Kmile [Adolphe] Schultze 



©PlX 



A. B. 1885; LL. B. 1887 Columbia. Scroll and 

Key; Eta Phi. Junior Promenade Committee. 

Member Yale Club; Bar Assn. of the City of 

New York and New England Soc. 

Lawyer. 

141 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; res. 203 Park 

Ave., Orange, N. J. 



Frank Robinson Shipman 



OaY 



A. B. 1885; B. D. 1889. Chi Delta Theta. 1st 
Berkeley Latin Premium, 82; Ist Declamation 
and 1st and 2d English Composition Prizes, 83; 
2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 84; Editor Yale 
Literary Magasine, 84-85; Pres. Yale Y. M. 
C. A. Member General Education Board of 
Congregational Churches; Prof. Atlanta Theol. 
Sem. Brother of Arthur Leffingwell Shipman, 
Beta 86. 
Educator. 
Atlanta Theological Seminary, Atlanta, Ga. 



Otis Strong 



SQA 



A. B. 1885. Commissioner of Police and Chari- 
ties; Chairman Ivy Committee, 85; Asst. Prin- 
cipal High School, 86; Deputy Collector U. S. 
Revenue, Dist. of New York, 76-78. Member 
City Club. Brother of Frank Strong, Beta 84, 
Educator. 
13 Morris St., Auburn, N. Y. 



148 



. BETA CHAPTER 



[1885-86 



Wyllys Terry 



PaX 



A. B. 1885. Skull and Bones; He Boule. Foot- 
ball, 82-85; Baseball, 83-85; Capt., 84-85. Mem- 
ber Sons of Revolution; Down Town Assn.; 
Yale, University, Racquet, Union, Rockaway 
Hunting and Rumson Country Clubs. 
Insurance. 
60 Wal 
N. Y. 



e. 

St.: res. 120 E. 73d St., New York, 



Arthur Cecil Thompson 



PtX 



Scroll and Key. Press Yale Athletic Assn., 85. 
(23 Sumner Rd., Brookline, Mass.) 

William Taylor Glidden Weymouth 

5Y 

A. B. 1885. Wolf's Head; He Boule. Editor 

Yale Banner, 84. 

Merchant. 

Typo Mercantile Agency, 160 Broadway; res. 45 

W. 48th St., New York, N. Y. 

Levi Olmsted W^iggins* 



P0Y 



A. B. 1885; M. D. 1888 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa. 2d Mathematical Piize, 83; Philosophi- 
cal Oration at Junior Exhibition, 84; Valedicto- 
rian, 85. 

d. 1891 



Georsfe Catlin Woodruff 



PkT 



A. B. 188S Amherst and A. M. 1888. Formerly 
Chief Litchfield Fire Dept. ; Asst. Judge Advo- 
cate with rank of Lieut.. 2d Co. Governor's Foot 
Guard; Pres. Conn. Editorial Assn.; Vice-Pres. 
National Editorial Assn. Member Litchfield 
Country, Naugatuck Valley, Union League 
(New Haven) and L^niversity Clubs: Vale 
Alumni; Amherst Alumni (New York) and 
Amherst Alumni (Conn.) Assns. Son of George 
^[orris Woodruff. Beta 57 and brother of James 
Parsons \\'oodruff. Gamma 91. See Gamma 85. 
Journalist. 
West St.; res. South St., Litchfield, Conn. 



Wilfred James Worcester 



00Y 



A. B. 1885. Phi Beta Kappa; He Boule; SkuH 
and Bones. 2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 
84; Member Board of Governors, Yale Univ. 
Club, 84-85. Member Down Town Assn.; Uni- 
versity and Ardsley CUibs. Brother of Edwin 
Dean Worcester, Jr., Beta 76; Franklin Eldred 
Worcester, Beta 82 and Harry Augustus 
Worcester, Beta 84. 
Banker. 

United States Trust Co.. 45 Wall St.; res. 137 
E. 37th St., New York, N. Y. 



1886 

Henry Semple Ames* 



€1 Y) $ 



A. B. 1886; A. M. 1887 Columbia and LL. B. 
1888. Scroll and Key. Sec. of the Yale Navy. 
Alember Board of Governors Yale Univ. Club. 

d. 1916 



Paul Kimball Ames 



6 (0 <p 



A. B. 1886. Wolf's Head. Pres. Dunham Boat 
Club, 84-85; Yale Univ. Boat Club, 85-86. Prin- 
cipal Newry (Maine) Public School, 80-81. 
Lawyer. 
(456 E. 19th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.) 



William Burrall Anderson 



Py)A 



A. B. 1886. Scroll and Key. Vice-Pres. and 
Member Board of Governors, Yale Univ. 
Club, 85-86; Editor Conrant. Member Univer- 
sity Club. Brother of Henry Burrall Anderson, 



Beta 85, Chandler Parsons Anderson, Beta 

87 and uncle of Henry Hill Anderson, Beta 16. 

Lawyer. 

35 Wall St.; res. 154 E. 62d St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Bartlett Arkell 



©XS 



A. B. 1886. Scroll and Key. Member Junior 

Promenade and Cup Committees. Member Lotos, 

University and Bankers' Clubs; Down Town 

A.<-sn. 

Manufacturer. 

120 Broadway; res. 15 W. 10th St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Charles Lukens Bailey, Jr. 



Py$ 



Stroll and Key; Eta Phi. Pres. Class Boat 
Club, 82-86. Member Board of Governors Vale 
Univ. Club, 84-86: Pres.. 85-86. Member Com- 
niittre on Rules. U. S. Dist. Court, Middle Dist. 
Pa. and Committee in Charge Dauphin County 
Law Library. Member Harrisburg and Coun- 
try Clubs. 
Lau ver. 

16 N. Market Sq.; res. 2103 N. 3d St., Harris- 
burg, Pa. 



Porter Beardsley 



Pt];A 



A. B. 1886. Wolf's Head. Editor Ynlc News. 
82-83; Conrant Prize for Literary Skitch, 85; 
Pres. Yale Andover Club, 85-86; Delegate Psi 
Upsilon Convention, 85-86; Sec. and Treas. 
Seymour Library Assn. and 2d Presbyterian 
Church; Sec. and Librarian Cayuga County 
Historical Soc. ; Trustee Fort Hill Ct metery 
Assn.; Park Commissioner. Member Owasco 
Country and City (Auburn) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

41 (icnesee St.; res. 194 Genesee St., Auburn, 
N. Y. 



Samuel Kimball Bremner 



Op A 



A. B. 1886; M. D. 1889 Harvard Univ. Skull 

and Bones. Baseball. 

Physician. 

(West Boxford Rd.. R. R. No. 4, Boxford, 

Mass.) 

James William Calderwood 

Initiated by the Kappa. 



Alfred Cowles 



PcpA 



A. B. 1886. Skull and Bones. Crew. Member 
Saddle and Cycle, Onwentsia, Old Elm, Univer- 
sity (Chicago) and University (New York) 
Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

332 S. LaSalle St.; res. 1130 Lake Shore Drive, 
Chicago, III. 



Calvin Dickey 



AGA 



A. B. 1886: A. U. 1889. Phi Beta Kanpa. 

Berkleley Latin Premium, 83; Cobden Club 

Medal, 86; Editor, Yale Banner 85. 

Rccil Eststc 

40 N. Dearborn St.; res. 457 St. James PI., 

Chicago, 111. 



George Edwin Eliot 



00^ 



A. B. 1886; A. M. 1888. Phi Beta Kappa;Scroll 
and Key. Editor Record and Pot Pourri; Spe- 
cial honors in l-2nglish: Commencement Siicaker. 
Principal Morgan School. Author Dryden's 
"Palemon and Arcite;" "Descendants of John 
Eliot;" "The Colonel's Counsels." Member 
LTniversity (New York), Graduates', Quinni- 
piack and Elizabethan (New Haven) Clubs. 
Educator. 
Mor>?an School, Clinton, Conn. 



1886] 



BETA CHAPTER 



149 



Chauncev William Goodrich 



6(1^6 



A. B. 1886; D. D. 1915 Bowdoin. Phi Beta 
Kappa. 3d English Composition Prize, 84; 2d 

lunior Kxliibition Premium, 85; Editor Yule 
Record, 85-86; Yale Pot Pourri, 86; Pres. Yale 
Y. M. C. A., 85-86; 1st High Oration and Com- 
mencement CJrator. 
Clergyman. 
75 Federal St., Brunswick, Maine. 



William Burton Goodwin 



(pSO) 



A. B. 1886. 

Lawyer. 

2 Wall St.; res. 310 W. 79th St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Weaker Greenwood Graves 



0<pS 



.A. B. 1S86. Brother of George Heber Graves, 

Beta 82. 

Manufacturing Chemist. 

The Grasselli Chemical Co.; res. 1950 E. 90th 

St., Cleve'and, (,)hio. 



Charles Jared Griggs* 



7. S u 



A. B. 1886; LL. B. 1888. 2d English Composi- 
tion Prize. 84; Editor Yale Ncivs, 85-86. 
Brother of Robert Foote Griggs, Beta 89. 

d. 1905 



Edward Averv Hine 



0X<? 



Brother of Thomas 



Theta Zeta; Eta Phi 

Avery Hine, Beta 77. 

Publisher. 

100 William St.. New York, N. Y. ; res. 43 

Fernwood Rd., Summit, N. J. 



Wallace Percy Knapp 



piL^ 



A. B. 1886; LL. B. 1888 Columbia; LL. M. 1898 
New York Univ. i'kull and Bones; He Boule; 
Theta Zeta. Tennis; Pres. Yale and Intercol- 
legiate Tennis Assns. Trustee The Boys' Club; 
Dir Christodora Settlement House; Asst. Mgr. 
Sevilla Home. Member University, Yale, Rid- 
ing, West Side Tennis. Railroad. Racquet and 
Tennis and Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. 
Lawver. 

2 Rpctor St.; res. 68 E. S4th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Charlton Miner Lewis 



0SS. 



A. B. 1886: Ph. D. 1898: LL. B. 1889 Columbia. 
Phi Beta Kanjia: Skull and Bones: Chi Delta 
Theta. 1st Berkeley Latin Premium and 2d 
Mathematical Prize, 83: Hurlbut Scholar in 
Yale, 83-84: two 1st English Composition Prizes, 
84: Philosophical Oration at Junior Exhibition, 
85 and at commencement (6th in class) ; Editor, 
Yale Literary Mai'a::iiie. 85-86: Scott Prize in 
German, 86: Clark Scholar, 86; Prof, of English 
Literature, Yale Univ. Author "Gawavne and 
thp Green Knight •" "The Genesis of Hamlet:" 
"The Principles of English Verse;" "The Begin- 
nings of English Literature." ^Icmber Grad- 
uates' Club. Brother of Joseph McKeen Lewis, 
Beta 83. 
Educator. 
425 St. Ronan St., New Ilaven, Conn. 

Charles Thompson Mathews P ^ T 

A. B. 1886. 

(30 W. 5-th St., New York, N. Y.) 

Charles Hale Matthews PyA 

A. B. 1886. Wolf's Head. 

Merchant. 

(702 Exchange St., is.enosha. Wis.) 



Charles Albert Moore 



QQA 



A. n.»1886; D. D, 1909 Bowdoin Coll. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Two 1st English Composition 
Prizes, 84; 2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 85. 
Commencement Orator. Pastor All Souls Con- 
gregational Church: Trustee Bangor Theol. Sem. 
Member Twentieth Century and Winthrop 
(Boston) Clubs. Son of Wir.iam Eves Moore, 
Beta 47. 
Clergyman. 
8 Broadway. Bangor, Maine. 

Edward Broadbent Morgan P (p 8 

A. B. 1886. Wolf's Head. 3d English Com- 
position Prize, 84; Member Board of Governors 
Yale Univ. Club, 84-86. Member Colo. Tax 
Commission. Member University, Denver, Den- 
ver Country, Denver Athletic and University 
(New York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

417 Century Bldg.; res. 720 Franklin St., Den- 
ver, Colo. 

0?S 

A. B. 1886. Wolf's Head; He Boule. Baseball; 

Crew. 

Real Estate and Investments. 

757 Hippodrome .Annex; res. 2914 Prospect 

Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 



Charles Rockwell Morley 



George Rudolph Mosle 



6 [JL 9 



A. B. 1886. Scroll and Key. Editor, Yale 

News. Member Down Town Assn., University 

and Somerset Hill Country Clubs. Brother of 

.Augustus Henry ^losle, Beta 89. 

Merchant. 

16 Exchange PI.; res. 929 Park Ave.,* New York, 

N. Y. 



Charles Frederick Odell 



p Mu 



A. B. 1886. He Boule. Football: Baseball; 
Track. Vestryman Christ Church (Tarrytown) ; 
Supt. Sunday School: Chief of Fire Dept.; Sec. 
Board of Health and Merchants' Assn.; Treas. 
Young Men's Lyceum. Member V. M. C. A. 
and Prison Assn. of New York. 
Salesman. 

Huyler's, 64 Irving PI., New York; res. 15 
Grove St., Tarrytown, N. Y. 

OLE 

A. B. 1886. Skull and Bones. Crew, 82-85; 
Foot Ba'l Eleven, 82-86; Cant. 85-86; Editor 
Yale News, 85-86; Townsend Premium, 86. 

d. 1893 



Frank George Peters* 



Charles Wheeler Pierson 



0?$ 



A. B. 1886; A. M. 1888. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull 
and Bones: Chi Delta Theta. 1st Berkeley 
Latin Premium and Mathematical Prizes ( 1 ) : 
two 1st English Composition Prizes and Yale 
Literary Medal (2); Philosonhical Oration; 
Jimior Exhibition and Scott Prize in French 
(3); Valedictorian; Editor Literary Maga- 
::ine (3), (4): ilonglas Fellow since 86. ^lem- 
ber Bar Assn.; Yale, University, Republican and 
Richmond County Coiuitry Clubs. 
Lawver. 

120 Broadway; res. 925 Park Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 



Edward Winthrop Reid* 



pX(f 



A. B. 1886. Phi Beta Kappa. 2d Berkeley 
Latin Premium. 83; 2d and 3d English Compo- 
sition Prizes, 84; Phi'osophical Oration at Junior 
Exhibition, 85. Son of Lewis Hubbard Reid, 
Beta 47, brother of Lewis Fuller Reid, I?eta 
75 and Clarence Ledoux Reid, Beta 77. 

d. 1885 



150 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1886-87 



Harry Leighton Rollins 



pex 



A. B. 1886; LL. B. 1889 cum laude Boston 
Univ. Lacrosse. 
Lawyer (retired). 

646 Washington St., Wellesley, Mass. 

Arthur Leffingwell Shipman P S $ 

A. B. 1886; LL. B. 1888. Skull and Bones. 3d 
Declamation and two 2d English Composition 
Prizes, 84; Inter-Collegiate Tennis Champion, 
85; Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 85-86; Com- 
mencement Orator. Member Am. Historical 
Soc; University, Hartford, Hartford Golf and 
University (New York) Cubs. Brother ot 
Frank Robinson Shipman, Beta 85. 
Lawyer. 

750 Main St., res. 1067 Asylum .\ve., Hartford, 
Conn. 

Edward Colhonn Smith 

A. B. 1886; Wolf's Head. 1st or 2d Colloquy; 

Member Senior Promenade Committee. Pres. 

Kansas City Yale Alumni Assn. Member Blue 

Hills Golf, University and Country Clubs. 

Merchant. 

8th St. and Broadway; res. 642 E. 46th St., 

Kansas City, Mo. 



S^S 



Philip Battell Stewart 



p $ 



A. B. 1886. Skull and Bones. Capt. Baseball; 

Townsend Premium, 86. 

Financier. 

(1220 Wood Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo.) 

P0$ 



[James] Palmer Waring 



Manufacturer. 
(Yonkers, N. 



Y.) 



Frank Edward Wing 



06)S 



A. B. 1886. Fence Orator. 2d English Com- 
position Prizes: Editor Yale Courant. Membei 
Engineers' Club (Boston). 
Manufacturer. 
Athol, Mass. 



Evans Woolen 



[xAT 



A. B. 1886; A. M. 1888. Two 2d English Com- 
position Prizes, 84; 2d Junior Exhibition Prem- 
ium, 85; Editor of Yale Literary Ma^asine, 
85-86; Yale Banner, 85; DeForest Medal, 86. 
Banker. 

Fletcher Savings and Trust Co., Penn and 
Market Sts. ; res. 1635 Talbott St., Indianapolis, 
Ind. 



Roger Sherman Wotkyns 

Merchant. 

(161 Hillside Ave., Waterbury, Conn.) 



1887 



Charles Adams 



0^u 



[xe 



Wolf's Head. Pres. Yale Univ. Bicycle Club, 
86-87. Fellow Am. Geographic Soc; Member 
Sons of the Revolution. 

646 W. 158th St., New York, N. Y. 



Chandler Parsons Anderson 



G TC £ 



A. B. 1887. Scroll and Key. Editor Yale 
Courant (3), (4). Sec. U. S. and Great Britain 
Behring Sea Claims Commission, 96-97; Sec. 
U. S. in Joint High Commission for Settlement 
of Canadian Questions. 98-99; Agent U. S. in 
North Atlantic Coast Fisheries Arbitration, 10; 
U. S. Delegate Fur Sea'. Conference, 11; Mem- 
ber U. S. Pecuniary Claims Arbitration Trib- 



unal, 13; Member Executive Council Am. Soc. 
of International Law. Author "Extent and 
Limitation of Treaty ^Making Power;" "North 
Atlantic Coast Fisheries Arbitration;" "Issues 
between the United States and Great Britain in 
regard to Panama Canal Tolls. Member Univer- 
sity, Metropolitan, Chevy Chase and Alibi 
(Washington) and Oakland Golf Clubs; Down 
Town Assn. and Automobile Club of America. 
Brother of Henry Burrall Anderson, Beta 85 
and William Burrall Anderson, Beta 86 and 
uncle of Henry Hill Anderson, Beta 16. 
Lawyer. 

15 Broad St.; res. 131 E. 66th St., New York. 
N. Y. 



Joseph Noyes Babcock* 



Py;T 



Brother of Philip Sheridan Babcock, Beta 87. 
Agent. 



Philip Sheridan Babcock 



PSu 



Brother of Joseph Noyes Babcock, Beta 87. 

Clerk. 

(37 Wall St., New York, N. Y.) 



Rodmond Vernon Beach* 

\. B. 1887; LL. B. 1889. 

William Sinclair Brigham* 



d. 1898 

A. B. 1887. Scroll and Key. Baseball, 84-87. 
Brother of Clavton Harcourt Brigham, Beta 88. 

d. 1906 

ttE 



Edward Lathrop Burke 

A. B. 1887. He Boule. Football; Junior Prom- 
enade Committee, 86. Member Omaha, Coun- 
try and Union League (Chicago) Clubs. 
Live Stock and Land. 

488 Brandeis Theatre Bldg.; res. 403 N. 40th 
St., Omaha, Nebr. 

Schuyler Casemate Carlton X $ t 

A. B. 1887; LL. B. 1890 Columbia. Capt. 

Bicycle Club, 86-87. 

Lawyer. 

233 Broadway; res. 126 E. 19th St., New York, 

N. Y. 

Walter Boughton Chambers y u 

A. B. 1887. Scroll and Key; He Boule. Sec. 
Baseball Club, 84-85; £'ec.-Treas. Inter-Col- 
legiate Baseball Assn., 86-87; Editor Record, 
86-87; Fellow Am. Inst, of Architects. Mem- 
ber Century and University Clubs. Son of 
William Pease Chambers, Theta 48 and nephew 
of George Hubbard Chambers, Theta 57. 
Architect. 

109 Broad St.; res. 161 E. 64th St.; New York, 
N. Y. 



Francis Cameron Clarke 



per 



A. B. 1887. Wolf's Head; Eta Phi; Chi Delta 
Theta. Glee Clubs; Choir; Editor Yale Record, 
86-87. Brother of Charles Cameron Clarke, 
Beta 83. 

Purchasing Agent. 

New York Central Lines, Grand Central Term- 
inal, New York; res. Bronxville, N. Y. 



Robert Nelson Corwin 



p wE 



A. B. 1887; A. M. 1893 Heidelberg (Germany) 

and Ph. D. 1893. Skull and Bones. Football 

(Capt.) (3). Instr. in German, 92-97; Asst. 

Prof. 97-99; Prof, since 99; Chairman Board 

of Athletic Control; Chairman College Entrance 

Examination. 

Educator. 

Yale University; res. 247 St. Ronan St., New 

Haven, Conn. 



1887] 



BETA CHAPTER 



151 



John Minor Gillespie* 



PfS 



A B. 1887; M. D. 1891 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key. d. 1908 



Madison Grant 



esE 



A. B. 1887; LL. B. 1890 Columbia. Editor 
Yale Record, 84-87. Pres. Parkway Commis- 
sion; Trustee Am. Museum Natural History. 
Author "The Rocky Mountain Goat." Mem- 
ber Am. Bison Soc. ; National Inst. Social 
Science; Military Order Loyal Legion; Soc. 
Colonial Wars; Down Town Assn.; Union, 
University, Tuxedo, Turf and Field, Boone and 
Crockett and Century Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

Ill Broadway; res. 22 E. 49th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Clarke Wesley Holly 



0pu 



A. B. 1887. Assoc. Editor 10th General Cata- 
logue. Brother of William James Holly, Beta 
83. 



John Howard Hume* 

A. B. 1887. 


ySE 

d. 1912 


Albert Gay Hunt- 

A. B. 1887. 


pSu 

d. 1905 



Henry Belden Ketcham 



p (jE 



A. B. 1887; LL. B. 1889 Columbia. Editor 
Yale News, 85-87; Football. Member Assn. 
of the Bar of City of New York; Yale, 
Hamilton, Dyker Meadow Golf and Crescent 
Athletic (Brooklyn) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

2 Rector St., New York; res. 108 Willow St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Charles Henry Ludington 



exE 



A. B. 1887; A. M. 1889. Scroll and Key; 
He Boule; Chi Delta Theta. Member Ex- 
ecutive Committee, Yale Athletic Assn., 85- 
86; 2d English Composition Prize, 85; Vice- 
Pres. Inter-Collegiate Tennis Assn., 85-86; 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 86-87. Trus- 
tee and Treas. Bryn Mawr Presbyterian 
Church; Pres. Octavia Hill Assn. Member Rit- 
tenhouse. Racquet and City (Philadelphia), 
University and Yale (New York), Merion 
Cricket (Haverford, Pa.) and Bryn Mawr 
Polo (Bryn Mawr) Clubs. Brother of Wil- 
liam Howard Ludington, Beta 87. 
Publisher. 

The Curtis Publishing Co., Independence Sq., 
Philadelphia; res. Ardmore, Pa. 

William Howard Ludington P ? $ 

A. B. 1887. Wolf's Head. Track; Senior 

Promenade Committee. Member Graduates' 

(New Haven) and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

I5rother of Charles Henry Ludington, Jr., 

Beta 87. 

Merchant (retired). 

271 Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn. 



James McCormick 



pj;u 



A. B. 1887. Pres. and Leader Yale Univ. 
Orchestra, 86-87. Brother of William McCor- 
mick, Beta 87. 

Cameron Bldg. ; res. 101 N. Front St., Harris- 
burg, Pa. 



William McCormick 



p (0 E 



A. B. 1887. Wolf's Head. Courant Prize, 86; 
Editor Yale Courant, 86-87. Assoc. Editor 10th 
General Catalogue. Author "The Boy and His 
Clubs;" "Fishers of Boys.." Brother of James 



McCormick, Beta 87. 

Editor. 

Reading Herald, 13 N. 5th St.; res. 524 Elm 

St., Reading, Pa. 



Robert Maxwell 



PlxE 



A. B. 1887. Wolf's Head. Editor Yale News. 
86-87. Member Yale, University and Metro- 
politan Clubs. Brother of William Maxwell, 
Beta 85. 
Manufacturer. 

Hockanum Mills Co., 334 Fourth Ave.; res. 
524 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Henry Lawton May* P T ^ 

A. B. 1887. Editor Yale Courant, 86-87. 

d, 1898 

Clarence Tomlinson Morse 6 tc 9 

A. B. 1890. Scroll and Key. Academical 

Treas. Boat Club, 84-85; 2d Berkeley Latin 

Premium, 84; Two 2d English Composition 

Prizes, 85; Commencement Orator. 

Lawyer. 

(Tribune Bldg., Chicago, HI.) 



Thomas Norwood Penrose* 

A. B. 1887; LL. B. 1889 Columbia. 

Arthur Perkins 



d. 1915 

e-rE 



A. B. 1887; LL. B. 1889. 

Lawyer. 

803 Main St.; res. 95 Miles St., Hartford, 

Conn. 

William Lyon Phelps N L x 

A. B. 1887; Ph. D. 1891; A. M. 1891 Harvard. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Gamma Nu; Pundits. Honors 
in English and Philosophy; Editor Yale Liter- 
ary Magazine, 86-87; Cross Country, 87. Instr. 
English Literature Yale Univ., 92-96; Asst. 
Prof, of English Literature, 96-01; Lampson 
Prof, of English Literature since 01; Vice-Pres. 
National Inst. Arts and Letters; Pres. New 
Haven Symphony Orchestra. Author "The Be- 
ginnings of the English Romantic Movement;" 
"The Pure Gold of Nnieteenth Century Litera- 
ture;" "Essays on Modern Novelists;" "Essays 
on Russian Novelists;" "Teaching in School and 
College;" "A Dash at the Pole." Member 
Lawn, Country, Friday Night, Authors' (Lon- 
don) and Ends of the Earth Clubs. 
Educator. 

Yale University; res. 110 Whitney Ave., New 
Haven, Conn. 

John Norton Pomeroy p a u 

A. B. 1887; A. M. 1889; LL. B. 1891 Univ. 
of Cal. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones; 
Phi Delta Phi. 1st Berkeley Premium and 
1st Mathematical Prize, 84; Woolsey Scholar, 
84-87; 1st Mathematical Prize, 85; 1st and 
2d English Composition Prizes, 85; Junior 
Exhibition Orator, 86; 2d Winthrop Prize, 86; 
Editor in Chief Yale Literary Magazine; _ Com- 
mencement Orator. Prof, of Law, Univ. of 
111. Member University, Urbana, Common- 
wealth and Sierra (San Francisco) Clubs. 
Educator 

Room 303 Law Bldg., Univ. of Illinois; res. 
916 W. Oregon St., Urbana, 111. 



Albert Richard Pritchard 

A. B. 1887. 

Manufacturer. 

(14 E. 60th St., New York, N. Y.) 



Ofs 



L 



152 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1887-88 



James Rockwell Sheffield 



Pr)E 



A. B. 1887. Scroll and Key. Class Orator at 
Graduation; Declamation Prize and Two Eng- 
lish Composition Prizes, 85; Floor Mgr. Junior 
Promenade Committee, 86; Glee Club. Mem- 
ber N. Y. Legislature; Pres. Board of Fire Com- 
missioners, New York City, 95-98; Pres. 
Yale and Republican Clubs; Member Board of 
Trustees Presbyterian and Babies' Hosps., East 
Side House Settlement and Chestnut Hill Acad. 
Member University. Yale, Union League, Re- 
publican, Riding, Oakland Golf and Midday 
Clubs; Down Town Assn. and Assn. of the 
Bar of the City of New York. 
Lawyer. 

52 William St.; res. 45 E. 67th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



John Calhoun Simonds 



p^z 



A. B. 1887. 

Banker. 

First National Bank; res. 29 East Battery, 

Charleston, S. C. 



William Larned Thacher 



pps 

A. B. 1887; B. D. 1891 Union Theol. Sem. 
Skull and Bones. Pres. Yale Club, 86-87; Edi- 
tor 5 a/,' News. 86-87. Trustee Ojai Church: 
Pres. Ojai Valley Tennis Club; Member Ojai 
Men's Club and Pacific Coast Classical Assn. 
Brother of James Kingsley Thacher, Beta 68, 
Thomas Thacher, Beta 71. Edward Stanley 
Thacher, Beta 72, Alfred Beaumont Thacher, 
Beta 74, John Seymour Thacher, Beta 77 and 
Sherman Day Thacher, Beta 83. 
Associate Head Master. 
Thacher School for Boys; res. Nordhoff, Cal. 



Howard Crosby Tracy 



xMu 



A. B. 1887; LL. B. 1889 ctim laude. Columbia 

Gamma Nu. Member Assn. of the Bar of the 

City of New York. 

Lawyer. 

160 Broadway, New York, N. Y. ; res. 1331 

Prospect Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 

Francis Bacon Trowbridg-e p p u 

A. B. 1887: LL. B. 1890. Author "Ashley, 
Champion. Hoadlev and Trowbridge Genea- 
logies." Member Quinnipiack (New Haven), 
Country and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
353 Temple St., New Haven, Conn. 



Warren Samuel Yates* 



p(|;u 

d. 1885 



1888 



Edmund Allen QX^ 

A. B. 1888. Scroll and Key. Floor Mgr. Junior 

Promenade Committee. 87. Member El Paso 

Club. Son of Edmund Thompson Allen, Beta 

57 and brother of Clifford Butler Allen, Beta 

85. 

Asst. Postmaster. 

Postoffice- res. 318 N. Cascade Ave., Colorado 

Springs, Colo. 

Joshua Wilson Allen* Pyx 

A. B. 1888. Sec. and Treas. Yale Athletic 
Assn., 85-86; Class Boat Club, 84-88. 



d. 1897 

9pZ 

A. B. 1888. Scroll and Key. Brother of Wil- 
liam Sinclair Brigham, Beta 87. d. 1897 



Clayton Harcourt Brigham* 



Louis Righter Brown* 



He;; 

A. B. 1888. Wolf's Head. Treas. Yale Navy, 
86. d. 1888 



Philip Dibble Bunce 



yAh 



A. B. 1888; M. D. 1891 Columbia. Junior 
Oration. Visiting Orthopedic Surg., Hartford 
Hosp.; Med. Examiner City of Hartford. Mem- 
ber University and Golf Clubs. 
Physician and Surgeon. 

98 High St.; res. 51 Gillett St., Hartford, 
Conn. 



Winthrop Grant Bushnell 



^pW^ 



A. B. 188. Editor Yale News. Member Quin- 
nipiack, Graduates', New Haven Country, Race 
Brook Country, Hartford, Brooklawn Country 
(Bridgeport) and Pine Orchard Country, Union 
League and Railroad (New York) (31ubs. 
Brother of Samuel Clark IJushnell, Beta 74 and 
uncle of Samuel Kendall Bushnell, Beta 14. 
Electrical Engineer. 

902 Chapel St.; res. IS Edgehill Rd., New 
Haven, Conn. 



John Franklin Carter 



&<ifl 



A. B. 1888; S. T. B. 1891 Cambridge Theol. 
School. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 

Editor Yale Literary Magaainc ; Philosophical 
Oration and 2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 87. 
Pres. Standing Committee, Diocese of Western 
Mass.; Member Diocesan Board of Missions. 
Member Williams Coll. Faculty, Yale and Har- 
vard (New York) and Union (Boston) Clubs. 
Clergyman. 
35 Park St., Williamstown, Mass. 



Benjamin Austin Cheney 



epz 



A. B. 1888; M. D. 1890. Son of Benjamin 

Hicks Cheney, Gamma 59. 

Physician. 

(225 St. Ronan St., New Haven, Conn.) 



Harlan Ward Cooley 



er)^ 



A. B. 1888. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones; 
He Boule. Pres. Univ. Tennis Assn.; Treas. 
and Member Board of Governors Yale Univ. 
Club, 86-87; Editor Yale News, 87-88. Mem- 
ber Sons of the Am. Revolution; University, 
Hamilton, City, Law and Yale Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
5318 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. 



Willis Gaylord Cosad* 

A. B. 1888. 

Edward Colton Fellowes 



XSff 

d. 1898 

FFt 

A. B. 1888; B. D. 1891. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Scroll and Key; Gamma Nu; Chi Delta Theta. 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine, 77-78. Execu- 
tive Sec. Buffalo Federation of Churches. 
Son of Charles Edward Fellowes, Beta 56 and 
nephew of Francis Fellowes, Beta 56. 
Secretary. 
181 Franklin St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

William Clark Gordon 

Initiated by the Xt 

Harold Russell Griffith 

Initiated by the Gamma 



Henry Huntley Haight 



Gii; 



A. B. 1888; LL. B. 1891 Univ. of Cal. Wolf's 
Head; Eta Phi. 3d English Composition Prize, 
86; Sec. Yale Univ. Boat Club, 85-86; Member 
of Junior Promenade Committee, 87. Member 



1883J 



BETA CHAPTER 



153 



Athenian, Sequoyah Country and Bohemian 

(San Francisco) Clubs. 

Insurance. 

Mills Bldg., San Francisco; res. 133 Kelton 

Court, Oakland, Cal. 



Richard Melancthon Hurd 



e-fZ 



A. B. 188S. Skull and Bones; Alpha Delta 
Phi. Editor Yale Record, 84; 1st English Com- 
position Prize, 86; Sec. Baseball Assn., 86; 
Junior Promenade Committee, 87. State Com- 
missioner of Prisons. Author "Principles of 
City Land Values." Memebr University, Yale, 
Automobile, Downtown, Rumson Country (Rum- 
son, N. J.) Clubs. Brother of James Diggles 
Hurd. Beta Beta 74 and Alfred Dennis Hurd, 
Beta Beta 77. 
Real Estate. 

Lawyers' Mortgage Co., 59 Liberty St.; res. 12 
E. 68th St., New York, N. Y. 



Orland Sidney Isbell 



P X T 



A. B. 1888; LL. B. 1890. Phi Beta Kappa 
Skull and Bones; Eta Phi. 1st English Compo 
sition Prize, 86; Editor Yale Record 84-88 
Philosophical Oration and 2d Junior Exhibition 
Premium. 87. Member Yale Club. 
Real Estate. 

Lawyers' Mortgage Co., 59 Liberty St.; res. 244 
W. 99th St., New York, N. Y. 



John Jacob Kutz 



F\n: 



A. B. 1888. Wolf's Head; He Boule. Editor 

Yale Record, 84-88; Philosophical Oration and 

2d Junior Exhibition Premium, 87. Member 

Wyomissing and Berkshire Country Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

542 Court St.; res. 611 N. 5th St., Reading, 

Pa. 



William Davis Manro* 



eo!; 



Editor Yale News, 85-88 

Charles Neave 



I 



d. 1899 

p V T 

A. B. 1888; B. S. 1890 Mass. Inst, of Tech.; 

A. M. 1893 Harvard. Scroll and Key: He 

Boule; Gamma Nu. Editor Yale Couraiit, 87-88; 

Member LTniversity. Yale, Bankers', Graduates' 

(New Haven) and Sleepy Hollow Country 

Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

5 Nassau St.; res. 133 E. 62d St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Thomas Emerson Ripley 



p8T 



Frank Ilslev Paradise 



7. S Y] 



A. B. 1888. Chi Delta Theta. Chairman Edi- 
torial Board, Yale Literary Magasine ; 2d Eng- 
lish Composition Prize; Rector ^Milford. Cnnn.; 
£'t. Luke's Church, East Greenwich. R. I.: Grace 
Church, Medford, Mass.; Dean Christ Church 
Cathedral, New Orleans. Author "The Church 
and the Individual;" "Christianity and Com- 
merce;" "A Nation at School;" "The Spiritual 
Crisis in America." Member Twentiinli Cen- 
tury (Boston) and London Library Clubs. 
CIfr[.f\ nvii. 
Hill House, Gerrards Cross, Bucks, England. 

Frederic Hopkins Pomroy* 6 t|^ E 

A. B. 1888. Asst. Atty., Niagara County, 98: 
with U. S. Army in Cuba, Porto Rico and 
Philippines, 98; Capt. 01; Promoted to Major, 
Quartermaster Corps. 12: In Charge of Re- 
cruiting, Newark, N. J., 16- 17. Member Army 
and Navy, University. Yale and Army and 
Navy (New York) and University and Army 
?nd Navy (Manila. P. I.) Clubs. 
U. S. Army Officer. d. 1917 

[Charles] Edward Pond* ^ Q Z 

A. B. 1888. d. 1913 



A. B. 188«. Scroll arid Key. 2d English Com- 
position Prize, 86; Editor Yale Record, 87-88. 
Pres. Tacoma Chamber of Commerce; Special 
Lecturer Yale Forestry School. Member Union, 
Tacoma Country and Golf and Tacoma Commer- 
cial Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

Wheeler Osgood Co.; res. Interlaaken, Tacoma, 
Wash. 

Samuel Sidney Breese Roby G tt Z 

A. B. 1888. Skull and Bones; Gamma Nu; Eta 

Phi. Junior Promenade Committee; Member 

Alembic and University Clubs. 

Merchant. 

208 South Ave.; res. 88 Troup St., Rochester, 

N. Y. 

William Henry Seward, Jr. P tj^ t 

A. B. 1888. Skull and Bones. Pres. L'^niversity 

Athletic Assn. and Yale Field Corporation, 86- 

87; Editor Yale Nezvs, 86-88. 

Lawyer. 

52 South St.. Auburn, N. Y. 

Edward Leland Smith Pot 

(Corinth. Vt.) 

Amos Alonzo Stagg- 

A. B. 1888; M. P. E. 1892 International Y. M. 
C. A. Coll. Skull and Bones. Baseball; Foot- 
ball; Committee on Football Rules, 04: Financial 
Editor Yale News, 87-88; Pres. Soc. of Dirs. of 
Physical Education in Colleges, 10-11; Member 
.•\m. Committee Olympic Games (Athens), 06; 
London, 08; Stockholm, 12. Member Hygienic 
Reference Board of Life Extension Inst.; Presi- 
dential Elector (111.) Progressive Party, 12; 
Pres. Olympia Fields Country Club; English 
Folk Dance Soc; Prof, and Dir. of Physical Edu- 
cation and Athletics Univ. of Chicago. Co-Au- 
thor "Treatise on Football." Member Quad- 
rangle and University Clubs. 
Educator. 

LTniversity of Chicago; res. 5704 Maryland Ave., 
Chicago. 111. 



H9Z 



Henry Lewis Stimson 



pcpT 



A. B. 1888; A. M. 1889 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kappa: Skull and Bones; He Boule. Junior 
Exhibition and Townsend Prizes; DeForest 
Medal. U. S. Atty. Southern Dist. of N. Y., 
06-09; Sec. of War U. S., 11-13; Delegate-at- 
Large Constitutional Convention of N. Y.. IS. 
Member Century, University, Republican, 
Metropolitan (W'ashington) and Chevy Chase 
(Md.) Clubs: Down Town Assn. Son of Lewis 
Atterbury Stimson, Beta 63. 
Lawyer. 

32 Liberty St.; res. 275 Lexington Ave.. New 
York, N. Y. 



Edward Sevmour Thomas 



res 



A. B. 1888; B. D. 1894 Episcopal Theol. 
School, Cambridge. Wolf's Head. 1st Prize 
Latin Composition ; 2d Berkeley Latin Premium, 
85. Member Fall River Golf Club. 
353 Lincoln Ave., Fall River, Mass. 



Fred Ayer Verplanck 



zj;t 



A. B. 1888. Gamma Nu. Editor Yale Courant. 

Educator. 

1108 Main St.. South Manchester, Conn. 



William Miller Vinton* 

Editor Yale Courant, 85-88. 



epz 

d. 1893 



154 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1888-89 



Morison Remich Waite 



PlxC 



A. B. 1888; LL. B. 1890 Univ. of Cincinnati. 

Chairman Board of Editors Yale News, 87-88. 

Lawyer. 

97 Carew Bldg.; res. 356 Resor Ave., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

(7 T 

A. B. 1888; M. D. 1893 Univ. of Chicago. Skull 
and Bones. Chairman Junior Promenade Com- 
mittee. Brother of Charles Morehead Walker, 
Beta 84. 
Physician. 

125 E. Chicago Ave.; res. 670 Lincoln Parkway, 
Chicago, 111. 



Samuel Johnson Walker 



Brownlee Robertson Ward 



p$? 



A. M. 1888; Ph. B. 1889; Ph. D. 1904; M. D. 
1892 Columbia. Author "Life of Mirabeau." 
Member Union League. 
390 Prospect St., New Haven, Conn. 



Asher Miner Wellman 



p $ T 



A. B. 1888. Member Masonic, University (New 
York) and Albany (Albany, N. Y.) Clubs. 
Banker and Gas Producer. 

Tri-County Natural' Gas Co., Main St.; res. 
State St., Caledonia. N. Y. 



Frank Lincoln Woodward 



6^Z 



A. B. 1888; LL. B. 1890. Scroll and Key. 2d 
English Composition Prize. 86; 2d Junior Exhi- 
bition Premium. 
Lawyer. 
(1357 William St., Denver. Colo.) 



1889 

Henry Cornelius Atkins 



P^S 



A. B. 1889. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Member 

Chamber of Commerce and Board of Trade. 

Member Columbia, University, Country and 

Woodstock Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

402 S. Illinois St.; res. 1219 N. Meridian St., 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



Arnold Plumer Austin 



A. B. 1889. 

Lawyer. 

9 Blackstone Bldg.; res. 1013 First National 

Bank Bldg., Uniontown, Pa. 



Donald McLean Barstow* 



Ptc 



A. B. 1889; M. D. 1892 Columbia. Editor Yale 
Record. 86-88. 



John William Beckwith 



d. 1906 

P?H 

A. B. 1889; LL. B. 1892 Chicago Coll. of Law. 
Eta Phi. Capt. Freshman Crew, 85-86; Capt. 
Tennis, 87. Judge Municipal Court of Chicago; 
Corporation Counsel of Chicago. Member Uni- 
versity, Yale and Law Clubs; Chicago Bar and 
111. State Bar Assns. Brother of Henry Worth- 
ington Beckwith, Beta 85. 
Jurist. 

69 W. Washington St.; res. 743 Lincoln Park- 
way, Chicago, 111. 



Walter Sliaw Brewster* 

A. B. 1889. 

George Coggill 



Pit? 

d. 1913 

6yc7 



A. B. 1889. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key; 
Phi Delta Theta. 2d Berkeley Latin Premium, 
86. Member Graduates' (New Haven), Garden 



City, University and Yale Clubs; Down Town 

Assn. 

Lawyer. 

40 Wall St.; res. 1033 Lexington Ave., New 

York, N. Y. 

Albert St. Clair Cook 6 s i; 

A. B. 1889. 

Manufacturer. 

(609 Franklin Ave., Hartford, Conn.) 

William Herbert Corbin p s S 

A. B. 1889; A. M. 1914. Football; (Capt.) 
(4); Crew. (3), (4); Business Mgr. Yale News, 
(3) ; Pres. Yale Alumni Assn. and University 
Club; Member Yale Alumni Advisory Board. 
Special Commission Taxation of Corporations; 
State Tax Commissioner since 07. Member 
(5et Together, Congregational, Golf, Twilight, 
Educational, Twentieth Century, University, 
Graduates' (New Haven) and Yale (New York) 
Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

80 Pliny St.; res. 172 Collins St., Hartford, 
Conn. 



Thomas Elliott Donnelley 



epH 



A. B. 1889. 2d Mathematical Prize, 86; 2d 
Declamation Prize. Member Chicago, Univer- 
sity, Union League, Onwentsia, Grolier and 
Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Publisher. 
731 Plymouth PI., Chicago; res. Lake Forest, 111. 

Ibert Myrick Freeman X -^ ^ 

A. B. 1889. 3d Composition Prize, 87; Assoc. 

Editor Yale Courant. Dean of Faculty, Blair 

Acad. 

Educator. 

Blairstown, N. J. 

Cornelius Griggs X V H 

A. B. 1889; Ph. D. 1893 Leipzig. Chairman 

Yale Literary Magazine Board (4). Teacher of 

Singing, Vassar Coll. Son of Leverett Stearns 

Griggs, Gamma 60. 

Educator. 

Vassar College; res. 2 Fox Terrace, Pough- 

keepsie, N. Y. 



John 



Robert Foote Griggs 



0uS 

Trustee St. Margaret School; Pres. Waterbury 
Club. Member Waterbury, Country, Union 
League and Yale (New York) Clubs; Soc. of 
Colonial Wars; Sons of Am. Revolution. 
Brother of Charles Jared Griggs, Beta 86. 
Banker. 

63 N. Main St.; res. 54 Hillside Ave., Water- 
bury, Conn. 

Robert Watkinson Huntington, Jr. 

A. B. 1889. Scroll and Key; He Boule. Pres. 
Lawn Tennis Assn. Treas. Trustees of Colt 
Bequest and Receiving Donations for the Sup- 
port of the Bishop. Member Hartford, Hart- 
ford Golf. Twentieth Century, Tourilli Fish and 
Game Club of Quebec (Canada) and Graduates' 
(New Haven) Clubs. 
Insurance. 

Connecticut General Life Insurance Co.; res. 45 
Bloomfield Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

Tames Henrv Keefe F D u 

A. B. 1889. 
Merchant. 
Chester, Mass. 

Charles Sherman King* O w a 

A. B. 1889. Fence Orator. 87. 

d. 1908 



1889] 



BETA CHAPTER 



155 



Robert Lee Luce 



BAc 



A. B. 1889. Honors in Political Science, His- 
tory and Law; Hon. Mention Cobden Club 
Medal; 2d Dispute. Pres. Psi Upsilon Club and 
Williston Alumni Assn.; Chairman Board of 
Claims State of N. Y., 11; Justice City Court, 
New York, 13; Member Committee on Amend- 
ment of the Law of the Assn. of the Bar, City 
of New York; Chairman Committee on City 
Court, New York County Lawyers' Assn. 
Member New York County Lawyers' and New 
York State Bar Assns.; Assn. of the Bar of 
the City of New York; Psi Upsilon, National 
Democratic, Manhattan, Graduates' (New 
Haven) and Mohican (Cooperstown, N. Y.) 
Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

1 Liberty St.; res. Manhattan Club, New York, 
N. Y. 



Henry Latham Magruder 



P<];y] 



LL. B. 1896 Northwestern. Sophomore Ger- 
man Committee. Freshman Track; Track. 
Member University (Chicago) and (New York) 
Clubs; Yale Assn. (Chicago). Son of Benja- 
min Drake Magruder, Beta 56. 
Lawyer. 

University Club, Chicago, 111. and Yale Club, 
New York, N. Y. 



Henry Eager Mason 



G 9 Y) 



A. B. 1889. Scroll and Key; He Boule; Ham- 
mer and Tongs (Mass. Inst, of Tech.) 
Editor Yale Daily Nezvs, 86-89; Chairman, 88- 
89. Member University and Caxton Clubs. 
Son of Edward Gay Mason, Beta 60. 
Lawyer. 

69 W. Washington St., Chicago; res. 301 E. 
Central Ave., Highland Park, 111. 



William Ross Matson 



Tc Y G 



A. B. 1889. 
Lawyer. 

700 Main St.; res. 119 Capitol Ave., Hartford, 
Conn. 



Augustus Henry Mosle 



6 I ri 



A. B. 1889; LL. B. 1892 Harvard. He Boule. 
Berkeley Latin Premium. Member University 
and Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. Brother 
of George Rudolph Mosle, Beta 86. 
Lawyer. ' 

30 Broad St.; res. 128 E. 62d St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Edward Lambe Parsons 



Q ^ a 



A. B. 1889; D. D. 1914 Pacific Theol. Sem. 
Scroll and Key; He Boule; Chi Delta Theta. 
Commencement Orator. Pres. Commission of 
Public Charities; Member County Board of 
Public Welfare: Rector. St. Mark's Parish. 
Member Berkeley and Faculty Clubs. 
Clergyman. 
2732 Durant Ave., Berkeley Cal. 



Charles Cook Paulding 



^Dy) 



A. B. 1889. Honors in English Literature. 
Member Yale, University, Union League, Re- 
publican, Metropolitan (Washington, D. C), 
Fort Orange (Albany, N. Y.), Ardsley and 
Sleepy Hollow Clubs. 
Solicitor. 

New York Central Railroad Co.. Grand Cen- 
tral Terminal, New York; res. Ardsley-on-Hud- 
son, N. Y. 

Gordon Brainerd Pike 

Initiated by the Xi 



Gifford Pinchot 



GixS 



A. B. 1889; A. M. 1901; A. M. 1904 Princeton; 
Sc. D. 1907 Mich. Agricultural Coll.; LL. D. 
1909 McGill. Chief Division Forestry (afterward 
Bureau of Forestry and now Forest Service) 
U. S. Dept. of .\griculture, 98-10; Pres. Na- 
tional Conservation Assn., since 10; Prof, of 
Forestry Yale Since 03. Author "The Adiron^ 
dack Spruce;" "A Primer of Forestry;" 
"The Fight for Conservation;" "The Train- 
ing of a Forester" and Toint Author of 
"the Country Church." Member Yale, Uni- 
verstiy and Century (New Yo'-k) and Cosmos 
(Washington) Clubs. Brother of Amos [Rich- 
ards Eno] Pinchot, Beta 97. 
Forester. 
Milford, Pa. 



Henry Seymour Robinson 



GyH 



A. B. 1889. Skull and Bones; Eta Phi. Editor 
Yale Daily Nezvs; Chairman Junior Promenade 
Committee; Football. Member Common Coun- 
cil, 03-07; Board of Finance, 05-08; Dir. Wads- 
worth Atheneum and Loomis Inst. Member 
Hartford, Hartford Golf, Yale (New York), 
and Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. Son of 
Henry Cornelius Robinson, Beta 53, brother of 
Lucius Franklin Robinson, Beta 85 and nephew 
of Lucius Franklin Robinson, Beta 43. 
Insurance. 

Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co.; res. 
133 Woodland St., Hartford, Conn. 



William Hayden Rockwell 



€) Y) ? 



A. B. 1889: M. D. 1892 Columbia. He Boule; 

Omega. Club. Member University Club. 

Physician. 

156 E. 74th St., New York, N. Y. 



J 



P ?ff 



ames Gamble Rogers 

A. B. 1889;Architecte Diplome by Gouverment 
Francaise, 1899. Scroll and Key; Epsilon Phi. 
Editor Pot Ponrri; Mgr. Yale Baseball Assn.; 
Junior Promenade. Member Down Town Assn.; 
Yale, University. Chicago and Onwentsia (Chi- 
cago) Clubs. 
Architect. 

470 Fourth Ave.; res. 164 E. 70th St., New 
York, N. Y. 



Robert Ogden Rogers* 



Howard Willis Vernon 



e^H 

d. 1896 

PT? 

A. B. 1889. Chi Delta Theta. First Dispute 
at Graduation. Chairman Am. Section Alpine 
Club (Canada), 14-16; Advisory Committee 
Young Republican Club. Member Yale and 
Arkwright Clubs (New York) ; Yale Alumni 
Assn. of Long Island; Crescent .\thletic Club 
(Brooklyn) and Am. Amateur Athletic Assn. 
Merchant. 

22-26 Reade St., New York; res. 58 S. Port- 
land Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Frederic William Wallace* 



Ptt 



A. B. 1889. Scroll and Key. Pres. Class Boat 
Club, 84-88; Football; Board of Governors, 
Yale Univ. Club, Vicc-Prcs., 86-87. 

Charles Milnor Washington i A P 

A. B. 1889; LL. B. 1895; A. M. 1901. 

Journalist. 

(Locust, N. J) 

Lewis Sheldon Welch P v cr 

A. B. 1889. Scroll and Key; He Boule. 
Junior Exhibition Prize; Editor Yale Literary 
Magazine; Member Junior Promenade Com- 
mittee; Oration Stand, Junior Exhibition; Dis- 



156 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1889-90 



sertation at Commencement. Co-Author "Yale, 
Her Camuus, Class Rooms and Athletics," 
Member Graduates', Lawn and Yale (New 
York) Clubs. 



Insurance. 

185 Church St. 

Haven, Conn. 



res. 152 Canner St., New 



Philip Patterson Wells 



0[jlH 



A. B. 1889; Ph. D. 1900. Honors in Political 
Science, History and Economics. Law Libra- 
rian, Yale Univ., 96-06; Chief Law Officer U. 
S. Forest Service, 07-10; Counsel of National 
Conservation, 10-11; Chief Law Officer U. S. 
Reclamation Service, 11-13. Author "Anno- 
tated Titles of Books on English and American 
History." Member Cosmos Club; Am. Histori- 
cal and Am. Political Science Assns. 
Lawyer. 

517 Metropolitan Bank Bldg. ; res. 1841 Lamont 
St., Washington, D. C. 

James Thomas Whittlesey S co H 

A. B. 1889. Member Engineers' (San Fran- 
cisco) and Faculty (Berkeley) (^lubs. Am. 
Soc. Mechanical Engineers; Am. Inst. Electrical 
Engineers; National Civic League. Brother of 
George Patten Whittlesey, Beta 89. 
Consulting Engineer. 

Claus Spreckels Bldg., San Francisco, Cal.; 
res. 2249 Piedmont Ave., Berkeley, Cal. 

George Washington Woodruff iQ "O ''] 

A. B. 1889; LL. B. 1895. Univ. of Pa. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. Winthrop 
Prize; High Oration Appointment; Football 
Crew (Capt.); Track. Law Officer Forest Serv 
ice, 03-07; U. S. Asst. Atty. General, 07-09 
Acting Sec. of the Interior, 07; U. S. Dist. 
Judge, Hawaii, 09. Author "Compilation of 
Forest Law;" "Decisions of the United States 
Interior Department" and "Judicial Decisions 
in Hawaii." Member Yale and Crescent Ath- 
letic Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

1 Broadway; res. 7 Fifth Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 

Horace Wylie P <P "0 

A. B. 1889; LL. B. 1892 Harvard. Phi Beta 

Kappa. 

Lawyer. 

(1205 Thomas Circle, Washington, D. C.) 

1890 

George Loveless Amerman K A O 

A. B. 1890; Ph. D 1892. Latin Salutatorian; 
Honors in Classics and Science. Laboratory 
Asst. in Physiological Chemistry, 90-92; Asst. 
Prof, and Registrar, Sheffield Scientific School, 
Yale Univ., 98-05 ; Librarian, Marcellus Free 
Library. 

Librarian (retired). 
Shadowside, Marcellus, N. Y. 



Edgar Ames 



A. B. 1890. Eta Phi; Wolf's Head; Loving 

Cup; Renaissance Club. Treas. Yale Univ. 

Baseball; Colloquy in Junior and Senior Years, 

Manufacturer. 

1610 Hoge Bldg.; res. 1132 Harvard Ave. N., 

Seattle Wash. 



Max[imilian] Baird 



GTe 



A. B. 1890. 

Lawyer (retired). 

LePort, Sark, Channel Islands, England. 



Roger Sherman Baldwin 



Ka0 



A. B. 1890; LL. B. 1893; LL. M. 1894. Phi 

Beta Kappa. Berke'ey Latin Premium; Junior 

Exhibition Speaker; Belts German Prize; High 

Oration Stand. Member Graduates' Club and 

New Haven Colony Historical Soc. 

Farmer. 

Woodbury; res. North Woodbury, Conn. 



Charles Cranston Bovey 



eep 



A. B. 1890. Scroll and Key; He Boule. Mem- 
ber Minikahda, Woodhi'l, Lafayette, Minneap- 
olis, and University (Chicago) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

Washburn-Crosby Co., Chamber of Commerce 
Bldg.; res. 400 Clifton Ave., Minneapolis, 
Minn. 



George Henry Capen 



po0 



A. B. 1890. Wolf's Head; Eta Phi. Member 

Merchants' Exchange; St. Louis and Noonday 

Clubs. 

Insurance. 

1406 Pierce Bldg.; res. 501 Clara Ave., St. 

Louis, Mo. 



Howard Dennis Collins 



evp 



A. B. 1890; M. D. 1893 Columbia. Wolf's 
Head. Fel'.ow Am. (Toll, of Surgeons; \'isiting 
Surg. New York and Knickerbocker Hosps. , 
Consulting Surg. New York Nursery and Child's 
Hosp. Member New York Acad, of Medicine; 
LInion, University and Riding Clubs. 
Surgeon. 
50 W. 55th St., New York, N. Y. 



John White Corwith 



e^p 



A. B. 1890. 

(1945 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111.) 



John Crosby 



A. B. 1890; A. M. 1893 Harvard. Skull and 

Bones. 

Manufacturer. 

Washburn-Crosby Co., Chamber of Commerce 

Bldg.; res. 2104 Stevens Ave.,, Minneapolis, 

Minn. 



Walter Alden DeCarnp 



E8p 



A. B. 1890. 

Lawyer. 

Traction Bldg.; res. 2605 Eden Ave., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 



John Dorrance Farnham 



0Ap 



-A. B. 1890. Skull and Bones; He Boule. 
Member Westmoreland, Wyoming Valley Coun- 
try and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

508 Coal Exchange Bldg.; res. 267 S. Franklin 
St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 



Horace Cheney Foote 



A. B. 1890. 

Merchant. 

(126 W. 103d St., New York, N. Y.) 



George Hills Gilman 



Oxp 



HP 



A. B. 1890. 
Lawyer. 

49 Pearl St.; res. 149 Lafayette St., Hartford, 
Conn. 

€)Sp 



Charles Humphrey Hamill 



,'\. B. 1890; LL. B. 1893 Northwestern Univ. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Kev: Eta Phi. 
Atty. for Ins. Dept. of 111., 05-09; Pres. 2d 



1890] 



BETA CHAPTER 



157 



Ward Republican Club, 06-10; Member Board 
of Mgrs. Presbyterian Hosp.; Legal Aid Soc.; 
Soldiers' Home of Chicago and National Inst, of 
Social Sciences; Trustee Orchestral Assn., 
Member Chicago University, Onwentsia, Saddle 
and Cvcle, City and Law Clubs; Am. Bar. 111. 
State Bar and Chicago Bar Assns.; Graduates' 
Club (New Haven. Conn.). 
Lawyer. 

105 VV. Monroe St.; res. 199 Lake Shore Drive, 
Chicago, 111. 

d. 189.^ 

pdP 

A. B. 1890; LL. B. 1892. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones; Chi Delta Theta. Member St. 
Louis, Noonday. City. Algonquin Golf, Univer- 
sity and Yale (New York) and Graduates' (New 
Haven) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

9th and Spruce Sts.; res. 5601 Kingsbury Court, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

PttG 

d. 1888 



William Harmar* 
Lewis Scofield Haslam 



George Henry Hotaling* 



Student. 



Addison Hills Hough 



p u© 



A. B. 1890. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. 
Banker. 

1319 Williamson Bldg. ; res. 1327 East Boule- 
vard, Cleveland, Ohio. 



George Arthur Hurd 



pse 



A. B. 1890; LL. B. 1893 Harvard. Eta Phi; 
Chi Delta Theta. Junior Exhibition Speaker; 
Pres. Intercollegiate Tennis Assn.; Tennis (1 
(2), (3). (4). Member University Club. 
Real Estate. 

Mortgage-Bond Co. of New York, 55 Liberty 
St.; res. 65 E. 77th St., New York, N. Y. 



John Day Jackson 



9 r TT 



I 



A. B. 1890. Chi Delta Theta. Chairman Yale 
Daily News; Townsend and Commencement 
Speaker; Sec. University Athletic Committee. 
Member Board of Education; Police Commis- 
sioner. Member Graduates', Lawn, Country and 
University and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Publisher. 

86-90 Crown St.; res. 169 Cold Spring St., New 
Haven, Conn. 

Charles Poole Kellogg p % 6 

A. B. 1890; LL. B. 1893. Skull and Bones. 

Editor Y'a'e Daily News. Sec. State Board ot 

Charities. Member University, Country. Yale 

rNew York) and (Graduates' (New Haven) 

Clubs. 

Secretary. 

57 N.Main St.; res. 83 Prospect St., Waterbury, 

Conn. 



Yale Kneeland 



XCP 



.\. B. 1890. Phi Beta Kappa; Skul! and Bones. 

Member University and Yale Clubs. 

Merchant. 
IJL 202 Produce Exchange; res. 117 E. 

K New York. N. Y. 

■ Harriman Willis Lee* 

I 



A. B. 1890. 

ball. 

Real Estate. 

1333 F St. N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 



60th St., 

6 TC p 

d. 1907 

pse 

Scroll and Key; He Boule. Base- 



A. B. 1890. 

Lbram Garrison McClintock 



res. 1227 19th St. N. W., 



William Appleton McConnell ir S o 

A. B. 1890. Phi Beta Kappa. Member Yale 

Club (New York). 

Lawyer. 

682 3d St.; res 482 2d St., Beaver. Pa. 



Frank Sherman Meara 



Kvp 



A. B. 1890; Ph. D. 1892; M. D. 1895 Columbia. 
Prof, of Therapeutics, Cornell Univ. Med. Coll.; 
Attending Phys. Be'.levue Hosp.; Assoc. Attend- 
ing Phys. St. Luke's Hosp.; Consulting Phys. 
Montclair (N. '' > Mountain Side Hosp.; Morris- 
town (N. J.) Memorial Hosp.; Mt. Vernon 
(N. Y.) Hosp. Member Yale, University, Gro- 
lier, Interurban. Clinical, St. Luke's Alumni, 
Hospital Graduates', Internal Medicine, River- 
side Practitioners and Externe Clubs. 
Phvsician and Educator. 
(400 West End Ave., New York, N. Y.) 



Knowlton Mixer 



KF0 



A. B. 1890. Formerly Dean Saturn Club; Pres. 

Ellicott Club; Member of Council National 

Municipal League. 

Merchant. 

1040 Prudential Bldg.; res. 14 Tillinghast PL, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Ashbel Barney Newell 



pSP 



A. B. 1890. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Foot- 
ball ; Crew. 
Transportation. 

Toledo, Terminal Station; res. Scottwood 
Apts., Toledo, Ohio. 



W^illard Parker, Jr. 

A. B. 1890. 

Financier. 

(New Canaan, Conn.) 

George Frederick Peter 



PyP 



pap 

A. B. 1890. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Fresh- 
man Baseball. Member Commissioners' Court 
nnd P>oard of Revenue TShelbv County 1. Mem- 
ber Birmingham Athletic and Country Clubs. 
Merchant. 
Southern Coal and Coke Co., Maylene, Ala. 

Nathan Todd Porter, Jr. G T p 

A. B. 1890. Phi Beta Kappa. Pres. Mont- 
clair Free Puhlic Library. Member University 
and Merchants' (New York) and Essex County 
Country (Montclair) Clubs. 
Merchant. 

108 Worth St., New York, N. Y.; res. 165 
Gates Ave., Montclair, N. J. 

Charles Sheldon P X 

A. B. 1890. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Cobden 
Club ATedal: Pres. Rnpt Club, \nthnr "Wilder- 
ness of the Upper Yukon" and "Wilderness of 
the North Pacific Coast Islands." Member (Tos- 
rnos. Grpduates' (New Hiven), T^niversity. 
Century, Yale, Explorers', GroHer, Boone and 
Crockett (New York) Clubs. 
"The Argyle," 16th and Webster Sts., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 



John Howard Sherwood* 



epp 



A. B. 1890. 

Journalist. d. 1915 

William Henry Smith 6 m P 

A. B. 1890; LL. B. 1892. Wolf's Head; Eta 

Phi State Assembly, 01. Member University 

Club. 

Lawyer. 

63 Wall St.; res. 800 Riverside Drive, New 

York, N. Y. 



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[1891 



1891 

Grosvenor Atterbury 



6,xn 

A. B. 1891. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key; 
Chi Delta Theta; Elizabethan Club. Philoso- 
phical Oration; Editor, Record and Literary 
Magazine. Fellow Am. Inst, of Architects; 
Executive Committee National Inst, of Social 
Sciences; Pres. Architectural League of New 
York. Author "Architectural Monographs;" 
"Model Towns in America;" "City Building;" 
"Hospitals and Esthetics;" "The Housing 
Problem;" "Art of Construction." Member 
University Club and Century Assn. 
Architect. 

20 W. 43d St.; res. 131 E. 70th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

Oal 



John Sanford Barnes 



A. B. 1891. Scroll and Key. Mgr. Soc. for 
Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents. Member 
University, Metropolitan, Yale, New York 
Yacht, Ardsley and South Side Sportsmen's 
Clubs and Down Town Assn. 
Merchant. 

52 Vanderbilt Ave.; res. 27 E. 62d St., New 
York, N. Y. 



James Foote Barnett 



^Rtc 



A. B. 1891; A. M. 1902; A. M. 1901 Columbia; 
LL. B. 1893 New York Law School. Member 
State Constitutional Convention, 07-08. Member 
Am. Bar, Am. Political Science and Inter- 
national Law Assns. ; Am. Historical Soc. and 
.\m. Soc. of International Law; Kent Country, 
Peninsular and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Lawyer and Financier. 

831 Michigan Trust Bldg.; res. R. R. No. 12, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 



John Alden Bovey 



p^r 



A. B. 1891. He Boule. Member Minneapolis, 

Minikahda and Woodhill Coiuitry Clubs. 

Merchant. 

1210 McKnight Bldg.; res. 2322 Blaisdell Ave., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Charles Edwin Brainard* P ? t 

Student. d. 1889 

George Stephenson Brewster 6 S t 

A. B. 1891. 

Financier. 

51 Wall St.; res. 71 E. 71st St., New York, 

N. Y. 



John Halsey Buck 



6 [JLX 



A. B. 1891. Member Hartford, Hartford Golf 

and Twentieth Century Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

50 State St.; res. 17 Atwood St., Hartford, 

Conn. 

John Lee Bunce* 6 to tc 

A. B. 1891. 

Insurance. d. 1907 



Alfred Mainwaring Coats 



6 [X t 



A. B. 1891. 

Manufacturer Cretired). 

Calumet Commercial Co., 30 Church St.; res. 

1 E. 81st St.. New York, N. Y. 

Samuel Colgate* 9 7 tc 

A. B. 1891; A. M. 1894 Colgate Univ. 

Clerk. d. 1902 

John Joughin Cox* p e ic 

A. B. 1891. 

Student. d. 1892 



Frank Crawford 



a$K 



A. B. 1891; LL. B. 1893 Univ. of Mich. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi. Football; Capt. 
Baseball. Prof. Creighton Univ. Law School. 
Member Omaha Field and Senefelder (London, 
Eng.) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

1020 Woodmen of World Bldg.; res. 3817 
Dewey Ave., Omaha, Neb. 



William Sage Dalzell 



OpI 



A. B. 1891. 

Lawyer. 

450 F'ourth Ave.; res. 6101 Kentucky Ave., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Henry Bunnell 



$yZ 



A. B. 1891. Member Hope, Turk's Head, Yale 

Assn. of R. I. and Warwick Heights Country 

Clubs. 

Broker. 

12 Westminster St., Providence; res. East 

Greenwich, R. I. 



Louis Cazenove du Pont* 

A. B. 1891. 

De Forest Grant 



d. 1892 



A. B. 1891. Member Union Club. 
Manufacturer. 

Ill Broadway; res. 70 E. 54th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

PttT 



William Phillips Graves 



A. B. 1891; M. D. 1899 summa cum laude liar- 
vard. He Boule. Boylston Soc. at Harvard; 
Football, 87, 88 and 89; Baseba'l, 88. Fellow 
Am. Coll. of Surgeons, 13; Surg.-in-Chief Free 
Hosp. for Women, Brookline; Consulting Phys. 
Boston Lying-in Hosp.; Pres. Boston Yale 
Alumni Assn.; Prof, and Head Dept. of Gyne- 
cology, Harvard Med. School. Author "Text 
Book on Gynecology." Member Harvard, Tennis 
and Racqi:et and St. Botolph CBoston) and 
Country ^Brookline) Clubs; Boston Athletic and 
Am. Med. Assns.; Boston Surgical, New Eng- 
land Surgical, Boston Obstetrical and Am. Gyne- 
cological Socs.; £\m. Soc. for Cancer Research. 
Surgeon and Educator. 
244 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. 



Gerard Beekman Hoppin 



9 Y Tu 



A. B. 1901. Scroll and Key; He Boule. Mem- 
ber Racquet and Tennis, Yale and Knicker- 
bocker Clubs. 
Broker. 

45 Wall St., res. 47 W. 53d St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Hampton Pierson Howell 



9 {J(. TC 



A. B. 1891; M. D. 1894 Columbia. Quiz Club. 
Chief Nose. Throat and Ear Dept. Roosevelt 
Hosp.; Asst. Surg. Manhattan Eye and Ear 
Hosp. Member .'\m. Laryngological. Rhino'ogi- 
cal and Otological Socs.; Am. Med. Assn.; 
W'est End Med. and Riverside Practitioners' 
.Socs.: Yale. West Side Tennis and West Hamp- 
ton Country Clubs. 
Physician. 

616 Madison Ave.; res. 39 E. 27th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

[James Coleman] Ford Huntington 

9XJ; 

A. B. 1891. Scroll and Key. Member Knicker- 
bocker, Racouet and Tennis and Brook Clubs. 
Vice-Pres. of Corporation. 

New York Telephone Co.. 15 Day St.; res. 42 
E. 80th St., New York, N. Y. 



1891J 



BETA CHAPTER 



159 



Albert Lee p p tc 

A. B. 1891. Editor Courant and Yate Literary 
Magacine: Pres. Exeter Club; Fence Orator. 
Author "Tommv Toddles;" "Four for a For- 
tune;" "He. She and Thev:" "The Pie and the 
Pirate;" "Miss Phcenix." Member Yale Club. 
Journalist. 

Vanity Fair, 449 Fourth Ave.; res. 1245 Madi- 
son Ave., New York, N. Y. 



Norman McClintock 



e^i 



A. B. 1891. Skull and Bones; He Boule. Base- 
ball, 90-91. 
Manufacturer. 
504 Amberson Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Walter McClintock 



Ge t 



A. B. 1891: A. M. 1911 Yale. Author "The Old 

North Trail;" "Das Schvvanenlied des Roten 

Kriegers." 

Ethnologist. 

S20 Amberson Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Robert Gardner McClung T $ % 

A. B. 1891; LL. B. 1894 Harvard. Member 

University Club and Boston Bar Assn. 

Lawyer. 

6 Beacon St.: res. 24 Marlboro St., Boston, 

Mass, 

Samuel Wylie Black Moorhead* o a )( 



A. B. 1891. 
Journalist. 



d. 1906 



Winthrop [Sargent] Gilman Noyes 



0Yt 



.•\. B. 1891; A. M. 1893 Harvard. 

Key; Eta Phi. Member Minnesota 

and Town and Country Clubs. 

Merchant. 

400 Sibley St.; res. 366 Summit Ave., St 

Minn. 



Scroll and 
University 



Paul, 



Frank Richard Oastler 



AJ6 



A. B. 1891; M. D. 1904 Columbia. Elihu, 
Omeea, Yale Glee and Banjo Clubs. Prof, 
of Clinical Gynecology, Columbia Univ.; Attend- 
ing Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Lincoln, 
Gouverneur and German Hosps.; Assoc. 
Woman's Hosp.; Consultant St. Luke's Hosp. 
Author "International Text Book Surgery." 
Member New York State and County Med. 
Socs.; Acad. Medicine; Obstetrical Soc; Roose- 
velt and Sloane Hosps. Alumni Assns. 
Phvsician. 
126 W. 59th St., New York, N. Y. 



Amasa Junius Parker, Jr. 



% 



A. B. 1891; LL. B. 1893 Union Univ. Author 

"Parker's Insurance Law;" "Parker's Banking 

Law." Member Fort Orange, Albany Country 

and University (New York) Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

79 Chapel St.; res. 324 State St., Albany, N. Y. 

6 TCTC 



Robert Watson Pomeroy 



.\, B. 1891; LL. B. 1895 Harvard. 

Lawyer. 

1012 Fidelity Bldg., Buffalo; res. Eggertsville, 

N. Y. 



William Frederick Poole 



e^x 



I 



A. B. 1891; LL. B. 1893 Northwestern Univ. 
Skull and Bones; Phi Delta Phi (North- 
western). Baseball; Capt. Freshman Baseball; 
Yale Glee Club. Member Graduates' Club 



(New Haven), New York Yale Club, Oakley 
Country and Algonquin Clubs (Boston). 
45 Milk "St., Boston; res. 188 Mason St., Brook- 
line, Mass. 



Francis Louis Slade 



PtJLi 



A. B. 1891. Phi Beta Kappa. Trustee Madison 
Square Presbyterian Church and Madison 
Square Church House; Vice-Pres. West Side 
Y. .M. C. A. Member Down Town, Yale, City, 
University, Automobile, St. Regis Yacht, St. 
Regis River Golf and Knickerbocker Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

115 Broadway; res. 18 W. 52d St., New York, 
N. Y. 

Ray Burdick Smith 

Initiated by the Pi 

Egerton Swartwout P $ x 

A. B. 1891. 

Architect. 

(244 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y.) 

Samuel Clifton Thomson G ^ % 

A. B. 1891; E. M. 1893 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones; He Boule. Member Yale and Rocky 
Mountain Clubs. See Lambda 93 
Consulting Mining Engineer. 
120 Broadway; res. 129 E. 69th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



John Ouillin Tilson 



A. B. 1891; LL. B. 1893; LL. M. 1894. Phi 
De'ta Phi. 1st Dispute. Member General As- 
sembly and Speaker House; Member Congress, 
O'J-13 and 15 — . Member Graduates'. Young 
Men's Republican and Chevy Chase (Washing- 
ton) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

129 Church St.; res. 3 Loomis PL, New Haven, 
Conn. 



Henry Hallam Tweedy 



p 0TC 



A. B. 1891; A. M. 1909. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones; He Boule. Composer of 
Music for Psi Upsilon Song "Psi U Jollity;" 
Prof, of Practical Theology Yale School of 
Religion. Author "The King's Highway Series 
of Ethical and Religious Readers." 
Educator. 

Yale School of Religion; res. 112 Huntington 
St., New Haven, Conn. 

Horace Garfield Waite $ C tc 

A. B. 1891. 
Lawyer. 

Frederic Collin Walcott u p i 

A. B. 1891. Skull and Bones; He Boule. 

Member Century, University, Graduates' (New 

Haven) and Cloud Valley Rod and Gun Clubs. 

Banker. 

14 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; res. Englewood, 

N. J. 



George Huntington Webster, Jr. 



p S TC 



Eta Phi. Member Chicago, Denver and Univer- 
sity (Kansas City) Clubs. 
Cimarron, N. Mex. 



Glen Wright 



p $ I 



A. B. 1891. 
Broker. 

2 Wall St.. New York. 



N. Y. 



160 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1892 



1892 

William Bradford Bosley 



HGE 

A. B. 1892: LL. B. 1894. Dir. Hastings Coll. 
of Law; Trustee Samuel Merritt Hosp. Mem- 
ber University and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

445 Sutter St.; res. 1978 Vallejo St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 



James Trowbridge Carr 



A. B. 1892. Wolf's Head; He Boule. Pres. 
(:lee Club. Pres. Commercial and Dubuque 
Clubs; Chairman County Republican Committee. 
Member Commercial, Country, Dubuque and 
Santa Barbara (Cal.) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

9th and Jackson Sts.; res. 1555 Main St., 
Dubuque, Iowa. 



Howell Cheney 



0^^ 



A. B. 1892; A. M. 1909. Skull and Bones. 
Chairman School Committe, South Manchester, 
02-1^; Member State Board of Education since 
09; Life Trustee and Fellow Yale Univ. since 13; 
Trustee Mt. Holyoke Coll. since 12; Trustee 
Hartford Asylum for the Deaf, 13; Hartford 
Retreat for the Insane; Dir. National Assn. of 
Manufacturers; Dir. National Chamber of 
Commerce, 14; Trustee National Child Labor 
Commission, 14. Member University (New 
York), University (Hartford) and Graduates' 
(New Haven) Clubs; Am. Acad of Political 
and Social Science. 
Manufacturer. 
South Manchester, Conn. 

Knight Dexter Cheney, Jr.* y y, 

A. B. 1892. 

Merchant. d. 1910 

Edward Henry Floyd-Jones S /, 

A. B. 1892; LL. B. 1894 New York Law School. 
Scroll and Key; He Boule. Pres. University 
Boat and Yale Univ. Clubs. Trustee Jones 
Fund. Member Yale. University, Graduates' 
(New Haven), Piping Rock and South Side 
Sportsmen's Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
49 Wall St., New York; res. Massapequa, N. Y. 

Merrill Williams Gallaway tp R x 

A. B. 1892; LL. B. 1894 New York Law 

School. Member Union, Union League and 

Yale Clubs; Bar Assn. 

Lawyer. 

43 Cedar St.; res. 68 E. 55th St.. New York, 

N. Y. 



Henry Solon Graves 



£ /, 



A. B. 1892; A. M. 1900; A. M. 1913 Harvard. 
Skull and Bones. Chief Forester U. S. Dept. 
of Agriculture. Author "Forest Mensuration;" 
"Principles of Handling Woodlands;" "The 
Woods Man's Hand Book." Member Cosmos, 
Century fNew York) and Graduates' (New 
Haven) Clubs. 
Forester. 

U. S. Forest Service; res. 3454 Newark St., 
Washington, D. C. 



Francis Hayt Griffin 



S^v. 



A. B. 1892; LL. B. 1894 New York Law School. 



Charles Sherman Haight 



Y) y, 



A. B. 1892; A. M 1895; LL. B. 1895 Harv- 
ard; Ph. D. 1901 Heidelberg (Ohio). Scroll 
and Key. Chairman Committee on Bills of 



Lading, U. S. Chamber of Commerce. Author 
"Haight's;" "(Questions and Answers for Bar 
Examination Review." Member University, 
Yale, Riding, India House, Midday and Law- 
yers' Clubs and Bar Assn. of City of New 
York. 
Lawyer. 

27 William St.; res. 22 E. 69th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

t y. 

A. B. 1892; LL. B. 1894 New York Law 

School. Eta Phi; Scroll and Key. Member 

Cincinnati Golf and Country Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

1325 LTnion Trust Bldg.; res. 224 Southern 

Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Burton Page Hollister 



George Buell Hollister 



SXy. 



A. B. 1892. 

Manufacturer. 

Corning Glass Works, Corning, N. Y. 



Arthur Carter Hume 



A. B. 1892; LL. B. 1894 New York Law School. 

Wolf's Head. Member Psi Upsilon and Yale 

Clubs and Bar Assn. of Am. 

Lawyer. 

40 Pine St.; res. 350 W. 55th St., New York, 

N. Y. 

Daniel Trumbull Huntington p a o 

A. B. 1892; B. D. 1895 Berkeley Divinity 
School and D. D. 1912. Missionary to China, 
95-11; P. E. Bishop of Wuhu, 11. Author 
"Chinese Primer." 
Protestant Episcopal Bishop. 
Bishop's Office, Anking, China. 

James W. D. Ingersoll 

Initiated by the Upsilon 



William Crane Ivison 



0VX 



A. B. 1892. Wolf's Head; He Boule. Treas. 
Lfniv. Football Assn. Member Metropolitan, 
LTniversity, Yale, Rockawav Hunting and 
Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. Father of 
Maynard Cady Ivison, Beta 18. 
Broker. 

Chisholm & Chapman, 71 Broadway, New York; 
res. Kenridge Rd.. Cedarhurst. N. Y. 



Pierre Jay 



0% 



A. B. 1892. 

Banker. 

Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Equitable 

Bldg.; res. 49 E. 64th St., New York, N. Y. 



William Lloyd Kitchel 



Tcy. 



A. B. 1892; LL. B. 1895. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Skull and Bones. Track. Member Yale, Uni- 
versity, City and Midday Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
40 Wall St., New York; res. Bronxville, N. Y. 



Sidney Locock Lasell 



p % 



A. B. 1892; M. D. 1 896 'Columbia. ScroP and 
Key. Track; Glee Club. Composer of Music 
fnr Psi Unsilon Song "The Diamond Lens." 
Medical Missionary. 

Nanking, China; res. 221 Park Ave., Orange, 
N. J. 



Daniel Lord, 3d* 

A. B. 1892. 



T ?% 



d. 1893 



1892-93] 



BETA CHAPTER 



161 



Henry Stoddard Lyman 



l^ r o 



t 



A. B. 1892; M. D. 1899 Columbia and A. M. 

1899. Wolf's Head; He Boule; Equal; Omega; 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Physician (retired). 

3620 Farnam St., Omaha, Nebr. 



Edward Hopkins Mason 



;&o 



A. B. 1892. Scroll and Key; He Boule. Edi- 
tor Yale Nezi's and Yale Record. Am. Con- 
sular Agent, Call. Colombia; British Consular 
Agent, Buena Ventura, Colombia. Member 
University Club (New York). 
Manufacturer. 

Call Electric Light and Power Co., 693 Green- 
wood Ave., Glencoe, 111. 

Thornwell Mullally ^TO 

A. B. 1892; LL. B. 1894 New York Law 

School. 

Lawyer. 

(2525 Webster St., San Francisco, Gal.) 

^ A S 

A. B. 1892; LL. B. 1894 Northwestern Univ. 

Member University and Skokie Country and 

Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

112 W. Adams St.; res. 11 E. Division St., 

Chicago, 111. 



Marshall Paul Noyes 



Allen Cromwell Orrick 



?So 



A. B. 1892. Member University, St. Louis 

Country, Noonday and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

918 Security Bldg.; res. 320 N. Union Ave., 

St. Louis, Mo. 



'Robert Allan Paddock 



^zo 



A. B. 1892; LL. B. 1894 New York Law 

School. Scroll and Key: Kpsilon Phi. Membei 

Yale and LTniversity Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

49 Wall St.; res. 65 W. 54th St., New York. 

N. Y. 



Lewis Rathbone Parker 



^^o 



A. B. 1892; LL. B. 1895 Albany Law School. 
Wolf's Head. Trustee and Lecturer Albany 
Law School. Author "Parker's Criminal 
Code;" "Guaranty and Suretyship;" "Syllabi 
on Bai'ments, Etc." Member Fort Orange, 
Albanv Country, .Mbany Racquet and Helder- 
berg Golf Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

25 N. Pearl St.: res. 172 Chestnut St., Albany, 
N. Y. 



Frank Julian Price 



^YjO 



« 



A. B. 1892; LL. B. 1895 New York Law School. 
Chi Delta Theta. Editor Yale Record and 
Yale Literary Magazine. Member of Assembly 
N. Y. Legislature. 99-00; Asst. Cornoration 
Counsel, New York. Member Psi Upsilon, 
Yale, ]\Iontauk and Crescent Athletic (Brook- 
lyn) and Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

43 Cedar St., New York, and 153 Pierrepont St., 
Brooklyn; res. 18 Montgomery PI., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 



Otto Adolph Schreiber 



^00 



A. B. 1892. Scroll and Key: Eta Phi. Crew; 

Glee Club. Member Baltusrol Golf, University 

and Yale Clubs, 

Merchant. 

225 Fourth Ave., New York, N. Y.; res. 

Short Hills, N. J. 



Charles Brown Sears 



?;xo 



A. B. 185»2; LL. B. 1896 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Scroll and Key; Phi Delta Phi at 
Harvard: Pow Wow. Editor Yale News and 
Harvard Law Review. Member N. Y. State 
Constitutional Convention, 15; Pres. Yale 
Alumni Assn. of Buffalo, 13-14; Erie County- 
Bar Assn., 15-16; Buffalo Fine Arts Acad., 
16. Member Park. l'>uffaln, Saturn and Uni- 
versity and Republican (New York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

814 Fidelity Bldg.; res. 849 Delaware Ave., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Forrest Shepherd 



X>v.o 



William Gay Skiddy* 



A. B. 1892. Wolf's Head; Senior Soc; Pres. 
Yale Univ. Tennis Assn. Pres. Board of 
Councilmen, City of Hartford. 
Lawyer. 

New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad 
Co., New Haven; res. 648 Asylum Ave., Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

d. 1901 

Eben Foster Stevens 4' P ^ 

A. B. 1895. Member Knickerbocker, Racquet 

and Tennis and Rockaway Hunting Clubs. 

Broker. 

49 Wall St.,' New York; res. Lawrence, N. Y. 

George Davis Terry 

A. B. 1892. 
Contractor. 
12 Remsen St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

John Knox Tibbits 



<})AS 



A. B. 1892. Chaplain (Hon. Capt.) 221st Bat- 
talion Canadian Expeditionary Forces. 
Clergyman. 
274 Pleasant St., Concord, N. H. 



Archibald Turnbull 

Initiated by the Beta Beta 

Stuart Webster 



!^ V o 



A. B. 1892: M. D. 1895 Columbia. 

Manufacturer. 

( Raqine Rubber Co.; res. 1043 Lake Ave., 

Racine, Wis.) 

Norman Clark Whittemore 

Initiated by the Delta 

William Burnet Wright, Jr. X^tzo 

A. B. 1892; LL. B. 1892 Univ. of Buffalo. 
Pres. Univ. Football Assn., 91; Member Yale 
Ne7vs Bureau, 91-92; Executive Committee In- 
tercollegiate .\thletic .\ssn. and Track Capt., 92. 
City Councilman, 08-12: Pres. Buffalo Yale 
Assn. 15-17. Member Chamber of Commerce; 
Buffalo Historical .Soc; Erie County Bar Assn.; 
University, Park, Buffalo, Ellicott, Executives' 
and Lawyers' and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

36-38 Church St.; res. 69 Ashland Ave., Buf- 
fa'o, N. Y. 

1893 

Henry Selden Bacon 

A. B. 1893. First Deputy Atty.-General of 

New York, 11. Member Yale Club. 

Lawyer. 

43 Exchange PI. ; res. Yale Club, New York, 

N. Y. 

07CX 



Henry Burr Barnes 



A. B. 1893; LL. B. 1897 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key; Phi Delta Phi. Member Board of Deacons 



162 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1893 



Fifth Ave. Presbyterian Church. Member Uni- 
versity and Yale Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

52 William St.; res. 67 E. 91st St., New 
York, N. Y. 



Henry Calwell Beadleston 



epx 



A. B. 1893; LL. B. 1895 N. Y. Law School. 
Wolf's Head; He Boule. Member University 
and Racquet and Tennis Clubs. Son of William 
Henry Beadleston, Delta 62 and brother of 
William Sanger Beadleston, Beta 95. 
Lawyer. 

14 Wall St.; res. 115 E. 65th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Alvah Stone Chisholm 



BBX 



A. B. 1893. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Member 
Union, German, Hunt, Country, Mayfield, Road- 
side and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Western Reserve Bide;.; res. 12717 Lake Shore 
Blvd., Cleveland, Ohio. 



Beecher Maynard Grouse 



p^s 



A. B. 1893. Scroll and Key; He Boule. Mem- 
ber Yale, Utica Golf and Country, Tennis, Fort 
Scliuyler, Yahnundasis Golf, Sadaquada Golf 
and University (New York) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 
Broad St.; res. 369 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. 

Robert Keer Dickerman* p ^ A 

A. B. 1893. 

Lawyer. d. 1907 

Jonathan Boynton Dill* €) 7 S 

A. B. 1893. d. 1900 

Winthrop Edwards Dwight 6 w y 

A. B. 1893; Ph D. 1895; LL. B. 1896. 

Lawyer. 

(62 Cedar St., New York, N. Y.) 

John Howe Field 



Montgomery Hare 



0A 



©fix 

A. B. 1893. Scro'l and Key. Editor Yale Lit- 
erary Magazine ; Junior Exhibition Speaker. 
Sales Managtr. 

American Agricultural Chemical Co., 129 Lewis 
St.; res. 66 Hodge Ave.. Buffalo, N. Y. 

George Mark Foos § /, M 

A. B. 1893. 

Planter. 

(Audubon Plantation, Hope Villa, La.) 

Edson Fessenden Gallaudet X H 

A. B. 1893; Ph. D. 1896 Johns Hopkins. Instr. 
in Phvsics, Yale Univ., 97-00. Member Engi- 
neers' Club and Aero Club of America. 
Manufacturer. 

Gallaudet Aircraft Corporation, East Greenwich, 
R. L 

Thomas Augustus Gardiner* C X 

A. B. 1893. 
Banker. 

Rufus Macqueen Gibbs* 

A. B. 1893. 
Merchant. 

[Arthur] Lawrence Greer 

A. B. 1S93; LL. B. 1895 cum laude New York 
Law School: Scroll and Key. Member Union, 
Knickerb' ckor. Univcrsitv, Metropolitan, Ya'e, 
Rockaway Hunting and Turf and Field Clubs. 

Z7 Wali St.; res. 126 E. S6th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



d. 


1913 


@ 


pX 


d. 


1916 





uX 



A. B. 1893; LL. B. 1897 Columbia. Asst. Cor- 
poration Counsel City of New York, 01-06; 
Member Executive Committee and Committee of 
Admissions; Assn of the Bar of the City of 
New York. Member Union, Knickerbocker, 
Midday, Racquet and Tennis and Tuxedo Clubs. 
Lawyer. ■-: 

22 William St.; res. 109 E. 64th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Charles Ralph Hickox 



XP'^ 



A. B. 1893: LL. B. 1896 Harvard. Member 

U. S. Vols. Troop A, 98; 2d Lieut. 2d U. S. 

Inf., 98. Member (ientury, University and 

Yale Clubs; Down Town Assn.; Adirondack 

League. 

Lawyer. 

27 William St.; res. 557 Madison Ave.. New 

York, N. Y. 

p P L^ 

d. 1907 

PyX 



Sherwood Bissell Ives* 



A. B. 1893: 
Physician. 



M. D. 1896 Columbia. 



Irwin Boyle Laughlin 

A. B. 1893. 

(State Dept., Washington, D. C.) 

Walter Rumsey Marvin 



H to fi. 



A. B. 1893. 

Manager. 

National Biscuit Co., 409 W. 15th St., New 

York; res. 362 Main St., New Rochelle, N. Y. 



Charles William Mills 



0<oX 



A. B. 1893. Football; Crew. Member Colo- 
rado Coal Commission. 
Coal Operator. 

1210 Land Title Bldg.; res. 605 W. Phil-EUena 
St., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pranklin Arthur Moore p ^ X 

A. B. 1893. 

Merchant. 

(55 Edmund PI., Detroit, Mich.) 

John Stanley Moore 0yX 

A. B. 1893. Wolf's Head; He Boule. 
915 James St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

John Hill Morgan 



A. B. 1893; LL. B. 1896 cum lande. Wolf's 
Head; Phi Delta Phi. Editor Yale Record and 
Yale Law Journal. Trustee and Sec. Broooklyn 
Public Library; Trustee Brooklyn Inst, of Arts 
and Sciences; Member N. Y. Legislature 00-03. 
Member University (New York) and Hamilton 
(Brooklyn) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

20 Exchange PI., New York; res. 14 Monroe Pi., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William Allen Osborn 0tcX 

A. B. 1893; A. M. 1895. 

(1911 E. 75th St., Cleveland, Ohio.) 

William White Wilson Parker W^K 

A. B. 1893. 

Lawyer. * 

(Berger Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa.) 

Francis Parsons 



P^ 



A. B. 1893: LL. B. 1897. Skull and Bones; Eta 
Phi. Editor Vale Literary Magazine; Junior 
Exhibition and DeForest Speaker; John Addison 
Porter Prize, 97. Asst. Quartermaster General 



1893-94] 



BETA CHAPTER 



163 



of Conn., 99-00: Member Hartford Sehool 
Board. 07-08; Board Park Commissioners of 
Hartford; Dir. Hartford Public Library; Trustee 
Mount Holyoke Coll. Member Hartford, Hart- 
ord Golf and University and Graduates' and 
Elizabethan (New Haven) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
56 Pearl St.: res. 27 Forest St., Hartford, Conn. 



Gerald Laurence Rathbone 



ewk 



A. B. 1893. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Member 
University, Pacific Union and Burlingame Clubs. 
Merchant. 

Macondray & Co., 149 California St., San Fran- 
cisco; res. Burlingame, Cal. 

A. B. 1893. Skull and Bones; Eta Phi. Ten 
Eyck Prize. 
Lawyer. 

11 Central Row; res. 1283 Asylum Ave., Hart- 
ford, Conn. 



Tohn Trumbull Robinson 



Joseph Roby 



e^c 



A. B. 1893; M. D. 1896 Columbia. Skull and 

Bones; Eta Phi. Member Genesee Valley and 

University Clubs. 

Physician. 

234 Culver Rd., Rochester, N. Y. 



George Theron Slade 



A. B. 1893. Member University Club; Sons of 
the Am. Revolution; Soc. of Colonial Wars; 
University (New York) and University 
(Chicago) Clubs. 
Transportation. 

Northern Pacific Railway. 476 E. 5th St.; res. 
435 Summit Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

George Brown Spalding, Jr. -/AM 

A. B. 1893. Woolsey Club. Trustee Atlanta 
Theol. Sem. ; Moderator General Congregational 
Conference of Fla. and the Southeast. Mem- 
ber Graduates' Club (New Haven, Conn.). 
Clergyman. 
Miami, Fla. 



Henry Crosby Stetson* 



yTN 



A. B. 1893; A. M. 1899; LL. M. 1896 Harvard. 
Lawyer. d. 1907 



Moses Taylor 



9 S 



A. B. 1893. Scroll and Key. Member Metro- 

liolitan, Knickerbocker. Brook. University and 

Racquet and Tennis Clubs. 

Financier. 

Kean, Taylor & Co.. 5 Nassau St., New York; 

res. Mt. Kisco, N. Y. 

Charles Gallaudet Trumbull T A V 

A. B. 1893. Member Advisory Bible Study 
Committee. International Y. M. C. A.; Member 
Inland-South .Xmerica Missionary Union; \'ic- 
toria Inst. (England); Palestine Exploration 
Fund (England). Author "A Pilgrimage to 
Jerusalem;" "Taking Men Alive;" "Men Who 
Dared:" "Messages for the Morning Watch:" 
"Anthony Comstock, Fighter." Member Mili- 
tary Order Loyal Legion. 
Journalist. 

1031 Walnut St., Philadelphia; res. 432 State 
Rd., Cynwyd, Pa. 



William Henry Vanderbilt* 

A. B. 1893 post obit. 



0V^ 

d. 1892 



Robert Buchanan Wade 



A. B. 1893. 
Journalist. 



A. B. 1893. Eta Phi. Track. Member Union 

Club. 

Broker. 

66 Broadway; res. 1261 Madison Ave., New 

York. N. Y. 

Richard Charles Wells Wadsworth* 

OCX 

d. 1905 

Alexander Hamilton Wallis p E 

A. B. 1893; LL. B. 1895 New York Law School. 
Skull and Bones; He Boule. Football (2), (3), 
(4) ; Freshman Football. 
Farmer. 
Colchester, Conn. 

Lemuel Aikin Wells ^ P X 

A. B. 1893; A. M. 1895; LL. B. 1896 New 
York Law School. Phi Beta Kappa; Chi Delta 
Theta. Junior Exhibition; Editor Yale Literary 
Magazine; Macy Scholar. Ex-Village Counsel; 
Deacon Reformed Church, Bronxville. Member 
New York County Lawyers' Assn. ; University, 
Yale, and Bankers' Clubs; Soc. of Colonial 
Wars; Sons of the Revolution. 
Lawyer. 

120 Broadway, New York; res. Lawrence Park, 
Bronxville. N. Y. 

ABM 

d. 1897 

XVM 

A. B. 1894; LL. B. 1899 New York Law School. 
(2 Rector St., New York, N. Y.) 

Samuel Burr Sherwood Bissell* p a [jl 

A. B. 1894. d. 1900 



Morris Woodruff* 

A. B. 1893. 

1894 

Alexis Painter Bartlett 



James Elwyn Brown 



0^ix 



A. B. 1894. Wolf's Head. Orator. Member 
Duquesne, Allegheny Country, Edgeworth 
(Pittsburgh) and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
.Stock Broker. 

316 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh; res. 56 Beaver St., 
Sewickley, Pa. 



Calvin Burr 



0yM 



eiJL 



A. B. 1894. Scroll and Key: He Boule. Pres. 

Class Navy; Treas. University Club. Member 

Auburn City, Owasco Country and University 

and LTnion (New York) Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

81 South St., Auburn, N. Y. 

Thomas Frederick Davies 

Initiated by the Phi 

Alexander Samuel Diven 

.\. B. 1894. Brother of Eugene Diven, Eta 87, 

Aklen Brown Diven, Kta 94. Louis Diven, Eta 

96 and uncle of Alexander Samuel Diven, III, 

Eta IS. 

Lawyer. 

212 E. Water St.; res. 530 W. Church St., 

Elmira, N. Y. 

Bayard Dominick Y T [x 

A. B. 1894. Member Union, University, Union 

League, Yale and Racquet and Tennis Clubs. 

Broker. 

115 Broadway; res. 22 W. Slst St., New York, 

N. Y. 



I 



164 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1894 



George Francis Dominick, Jr. A Q [x 

A. B. 1894; A. M. 1900. Elihu Club. Member 

University Club. 

Stock Broker. 

49 Wa'l St.. New York, N. Y. ; res. Lake Ave., 

Greenwich, Conn. 



Casselberry Dunkerson 



e^i;. 



O "0 [x 



Henry Lane Eno 



A. B. 1894. Scroll and Key. Member Pen- 

dennis Club. 

Exporter. 

1220 Rowan St.; res. 1467 St. James Court, 

Louisville, Ky. 

George Francis Eaton 

A. B. 1894; Ph. D. 1898. Member Graduates' 

and New Haven Yacht Clubs. 

Curator. 

Peabody Museum, Elm and High Sts.; res. 80 

Sachem St., New Haven, Conn. 

Theodore Eaton X R M 

A. B. 1894; LL. B. 1899 Harvard. Elihu Club; 
Phi Delta Theta. Moderator of Town Meeting. 
Member Middlesex Bar Assn.; Boston City and 
Bear Hill Golf Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

31 Milk St., Boston; res. 23 .-^Lvon St., Wake- 
field, Mass. 

A. B. 1894; LL. B. 1898 Columbia. Editor 
Yale Literary Magazine; Research Assoc, in 
Psychology, Princeton Univ. Member Nassau, 
Century. University, New York Yacht and 
Metropolitan (Washington) Clubs. 
Educator. 

Princeton University; res. 65 Stockton St., 
Princeton, N. J. 

Albert Nelson Cheney Fowler p t [t. 

A. B. 1894; LL. B. 1896 New York Law School. 

Wolf's Head. Editor Yale Record. 

Lawyer. 

130 Glen St.; res. 277 Green St., Glens Falls, 

N. Y. 

[George] Howard Fox 

A. B. 1894; M. D. 1898 Columbia. Clinical Prof, 
of Dermatology; New York Polyclinic Med. 
School; Attending Dermatologist Harlem, Ger- 
man and Willard Parker Hosps. Member Psi 
Upsilon and Yale Clubs. Son of George Henry 
Fox, Upsilon 67, brother of Alanson Gibbs Fox, 
Beta 00, and nephew of Charles James P'ox, 
Theta 61. 
Physician. 

616 Madison Ave.; res. 43 E. SSth St., New 
York, N. Y 



iJ^NA 



John Henry Goss 



p X, [X 

A. B. 1894. Oration, Junior Year; Track. 

Member School Board. Member Waterbury, 

Railroad (New York) and Graduates' (New 

Haven) Clubs. 

General Superintendent. 

Scovill Mfg. Co., Mill St.; res. 70 Hillside Ave., 

Waterbury, Conn. 



Meredith Hare 



Y]T|X 



A. B. 1894; LL. B. 1897 Columbia. 

Lawyer. 

(60 Wall St.; res. 146 E. 49th St., New York, 

N, Y.) 



Fidelio Sharp Henry 



p\[L 



A. B. 1894. Member University (Chicago) and 

Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Oil Producer. 

1630 S. Ellwood St., Tulsa, Okla. 



Hamilton Holt ? o\l 

A. B. 1894; LL. D. 1914 Ursinus Coll.; Litt. D. 
1916 Univ. of Wooster. 1st Colloquy; Glee 
Club. Trustee Constantinople Coll., Tusculum 
Coll., Woodstock, Conn. Acad., Church Peace 
Union and League to Enforce Peace; Decorated 
by the Emperor of Japan with Order of Sacreil 
Treasure, 09. Author "On Distinguished .■\meri- 
cans;" "Commercialism and Journalism." Mem- 
ber Century and Authors' Clubs. 
Journalist. 

119 W. 40th St.; res. 116 Riverside Drive, New 
York, N. Y. 

James Sinclair Jenkins p tc [i. 

A. B. 1894; LL. B. 1896. Wolf's Head; Eta 
Phi. Freshman Football and Baseball. Mem- 
ber Yale and University (New York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
Stamford National Bank Bldg., Stamford, Conn. 

Ralph Reed Lounsbury p o pi. 

A. B. 1894; LL. B. 1900 Chicago Kent Coll. of 

Law. Chi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi. Ten 

Eyck Prize Speaker; 2d Dispute Honor Stand, 

Yale Commencement. 

Lawyer. 

140 S. Dearborn St., Chicago; res. Ill, 6th St., 

Wilmette, 111. 



Dean Belden Lyman 



p TC{JL 

A. B. 1894. Wolf's Head; He Boule. Capt. 

Track; Treas. The Graduates' Club and Conn. 

(ieorije Junior Republic Assn. Member (irad- 

uates'. Lawn and Brooks Clubs. 

Banker. 

57 Church St.; res. 190 Edgehill Rd., New 

Haven, Conn. 



George Day McBirney 



P UL 



A. B. 1894; LL. B. 1896 Northwestern Univ. 
Elder, Trustee and Treas. 2d Presbyterian 
Church; Member Church Extension Board of 
Presbytery of Chicago; Board of Mgrs. Presby- 
terian Hosp.; Dir. Citizens' League of Chicago. 
Lawyer (retired.) 
3330 Sheridan Rd., Chicago, 111. 



Hall Park McCullough 



QPN 



A. B. 1894; LL. B. 1896 New York Law School. 

1st Dispute. Curator from Bennins'ton County. 
Vt. Historical Soc; Member New England His- 
torical and (Sentalogical Socs. 
Lawyer. 

15 Broad St., New York, N. Y.; res. North 
Bennington, Vt. 



Winthrop AIcKim 



aAM 

A. B. 1894; LL. B. 1896 New York Law School. 
Member University, Tuxedo (N. Y.) and Rum- 
son (N. J.) Country Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

44 Pine St., New York; res. Tuxedo Park, 
N. Y. 

Kirk Crawford McKinney* p s N 

A. B. 1894. d. 1900 

Guy Bryan Miller* O T N 

A. B. 1894; M. D. 1898 Columbia. 

Physician. d. 1903 

Cyrus Clark Nolan* U V 

Student. d. 1893 



1894-95] 



BETA CHAPTER 



165 



Samuel Lowry Orr 



e?N 



A. B. 1894. 

Merchant. 

19-25 W. Pennsylvania St.; res. 903, 1st St., 

Evansville, Ind. 

Frederick Curtis Perkins © X N 

A. B. 1894; LL. B. 1896 Harvard. 

Lawyer. 

Henry \V. Oliver BIdg., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Henry Bishop Perkins, Jr.* O T N 

A. B. 1894. 
Merchant. 

Ansel Phelps 



d. 1900 

QuN 

A. B. 1894. Sec. and Board of Managers East 
Side House. Member University, Stock Ex- 
change Luncheon, Union, Westchester Country 
and Piping Rock Clubs. 
Broker. 

.^6 Wall St.; res. 125 E. 61st St., New York, 
N. Y. 

Decius Latimer Pierson* (j; 9 o) 

A. B. 1894. d. 1897 

Frank Lyon Polk @WN 

A. B. 1894; LL. B. 1897 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key; He Boule. Football: Crew. Board of 
Education, New York, N. Y., 08-10; Pres. Mu- 
nicipal Civil Service Commission, 08-09; Corp- 
ration Counsel, 14-15; Counsellor Dept. of 
State, since 15; Capt. and Asst. Quartermaster 
V. S. Vols., 98. Member Metropolitan, Chew 
Chase and Knickerbocker, Yale, Racquet and 
Tennis, University, and Downtown (New York), 
Meadowbrook and Turf and Field Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

Department of State; res. 2622. 16th St. N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 



Alonzo Potter 



Py]v 



Scroll and Key; He Boule. 

Committee. Trustee Big 



Junior 

Brother 



A. B. 1894. 
Promenade 

Movement, N. Y. Ort^iopsedic Hoso. and iSoc. 
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children; 
Treas. Church of the Heavenly Rest. Member 
Racquet and Tennis, Knickerbocker, Metropoli- 
tan, Yale, City and Midday Clubs. 
Banker. 

25 Broad St.; res. 119 E. S4th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Warwick James Price 



Suv 



I 



A. B. 1894. Chairman Vale Courant; .\ssoc. 
Editor Yale Literary Magazine; Dissertation; 
Commencement Orator. Author "The Right 
Side." Member Am. Political Science Assn., 
\m. .\cad. of Political and Social Science and 
National Geographic Soc. 
Lecturer and Journalist. 
512 S. 41st St.. Philadelpliia, Pa. 

William Miner Raymond, 2d w w N 

A. B. 1894. 

(35 W. 64th St., New York, N. Y.) 



Edward Bliss Reed 



p s V 



A. B. 1894; Ph. D. 1896. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Fence Orator; Yale Literarv Board; Chairman 

Yale Record. Asst. Prof. ofEnglish, Yale Coll.. 

since 02. Author "English Lyrical Poetry;" 

"Lyra Yalensis." Member New Haven Lawn, 

Graduates' and Country Clubs. 

Educator. 

Yale College; res. 215 Bishop St., New Haven, 

Conn. 



James Cowan Sawyer 



p s V 

A. B. 1894. Scroll and Key; He Boule. Asst. 

Mgr. Fobtball; Mgr. Musical Clubs. Treas. of 

Phillips .^cad. Member Boston City Club. 

Treasurer. 

210 S. Main St., Andover, Mass. 



Origen Storrs Seymour 



Psv 

A. B. 1894: LL. B. 1896; LL. M. 1897. Wolf's 

Head. Member University, Vale, Union and 

Rockaway Hunt Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

54 William St., New York; res. Lawrence. N. Y. 

James Rutherford Trowbridge i; ^ v 

A. B. 1894. Member Englewood and Knicker- 
bocker Country Clubs. 
Banker. 

389 Fifth Ave., New York, N. V.; res. 1 Spring 
Lane, Englewood, N. J. 

d. 1897 



Henry Brownell Tucker* 

A. B. 1894. 

James Alexander Waller 



A. B. 1894. 

Financier. 

(Corn Exchange Bank Bldg., Chicago, 111.) 



Harry Payne Whitney 



?;^v 



A. B. 1894. Member New York Zoological Soc; 
Automobile, Brook, Coaching, Country, Demo- 
eratic. Jockey, Knickerbocker, Lawyers', Meadow 
Brook, Metropolitan, New York Yacht, Racquet 
and Tennis, Riding and Piping Rock Clubs. 
Financier. 

(120 Broadway; res. 871 Fifth Ave., New York. 
N. Y.) 

Richard Hardesty Worthington ?;Xv 

A. B. 1894. Wolf's Head; Chi Delta Theta. 
Member Baltimore and Maryland Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

Court House; res. 1113 N. Charles St., Balti- 
more, Md. 

1895 

Roger Sherman Baldwin 

A. B. 1895: LL. B. 1897; LL. M. 1900 New 

Vork Univ. Member University, Yale, Lawyers' 

and Greenwich Country Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

27 Pine St., New York, N. Y.; res. Greenwich, 

Conn. 



p a A 



George Ezra Batcheller 



GaA 



A. B. 1895. Eta Phi. Member University, 

Yale, Racquet and Tennis and Country (West- 

Chester) Clubs. 

Broker. 

38 Broad St.: res. 50 W. 9th St., New Vork, 

N. Y. 



William Langon Beadleston* 



e|ia 



George Clarke Bryant 



A. B. 1895. Son of William Henry Beadleston, 
Delta 62 and brother of Henry Calwell Beadles- 
ton, Beta 93. 
Broker. d. 1915 

BMa 

.\. B. 1895; LL. B. 1897. Corbey Court; Elihu 
Club. Judge City Court, .\nsonia, 99-11. Mem- 
ber Ya'c (New York) and Graduates' (New 
Haven) Clubs; New England Historical and 
Genealogical Soc; New Haven Colony His- 
torical Soc. and The Bibliophile Soc. of Boston. 
Lawyer. 
25 Main St.: res. 75 N. ClitT St., .-Vnsonia, Conn. 



166 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1895 



Frank Seller Butterworth 



$yM 



A. B. 1895. Member Graduates', New Haven 
Lawn and Country (New Haven), Yale, Racquet 
and Tennis and University (New York), 
Metropolitan and University (Washington, D. 
C.) and University (Chicago) Clubs. 
Broker. 

129 Church St.; res. 477 Prospect St., New 
Haven, Conn. 

Julian Ingersoll Chamberlain s M 

A. B. 1895. Major of Cavalry. Officers Reserve 

Corps. U. S. Army. Joint .\uthor "The Hunts 

of the United States and Canada." 

Architect. 

IS Beacon St., Boston. 

George Peabody Chandler O 8 co 

A. B. 189S. 

(1510 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.) 

Parker Corning e A 

A. B. 1895. Wolf's Head. Member Fort Orange 

(Albany) and University (New York) Clubs. 

Brother of Edwin Corning, Beta 06. 

Manufacturer. 

P. O. Box 655, Albany, N. Y. 

William Adams Delano S a 

A. B. 1895. Scroll and Key; Chi Delta Theta; 

He Boule. Member University, Knickerbocker 

and Piping Rock Clubs. 

Architect. 

4 E. 39th St.; res. 131 E. 36th St., New York, 

N. Y. 

EGA 



Lindsay Denison 



A. B. 1895. Skull and Bones; Chi Delta Theta. 

Yale "Lit" Medal 94; Chairman Yale Literary 

Magazine Board, 94-95. 

Journalist. 

Editorial Rooms, Evening M'orld, New York; 

res. Great Neck Station, N. Y. 



Lament Dominick 



g^a 



A. B. 1895. Member Yale and Riding Clubs; 

Soc. of Colonial Wars. 

Banker and Broker. 

49 Wall St.; res. 57 E. S7th St , New "york, N. Y 



Thomas Dyer 



6 Y] 0) 



A. B. 1895. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Member 

Colony, Country and Graduates' (New Haven) 

Clubs. 

Advertising and Farming. 

Bcsse Block, Springfield, Mass. 

8So 



William Spencer Eakin''' 

A. B. 1895. 

William Kingsley Fowler 

A. B. 1895. 

Financier. 

(94 East Ave. N., Norwalk, Conn.) 

Michael Gavin 



d. 1900 

[i o a 



A. B. 1895; LL. B. 1897. Member Psi Upsilon, 

University, Yale, Riding, Metropolitan, Recess 

and Piping Rock Clubs. 

Banker. 

14 Wall St.; res. 12 E. 65th St., New York. 



N. Y. 

Laurens Hamilton^'= 

Student. 

Francis John Harris* 

A. B. 1895. 
Secretary. 



0tA 

d. 1897 

p yM 

d. 1914 



Henry Wilson Harris 



0y. 



Francis Burton Harrison 



Wolf's Head; He Boule. Member The Country 
(Brookline, Mass.), Exchange (Boston), Yale 
(New York) and G'.en Garden Country Clubs. 
Transportation. 

Northern Texas Traction Co.; res. Sandegard 
Hotel, Fort Worth. Tex. 

X (0 

A. B. 1895; LL. B. 1897 New York Law School. 
He Boule; Skull and Bones. Instr. New York 
Night Law School, 97-99; Private Troop A. 
N. Y. Vol. Cavalry; Capt. and Adjutant-General 
U. S. Vols.. 98-99; Member 58th, 60th, 61st, 62d 
and 63d Congresses; Governor-General Pliilip- 
pine Islands since 13. 
Government. 
Manila, P. L 



Burton Jesse Hendrick 



KB¥ 



A. B. 1895; A. M. 1897. Chi Delta Theta; Elihu 
Club. Editor Yale Literary Magasine and Yale 
Conrant. Member Players' Club (New York). 
Author and Joinnalist. 

Doubleday, Page & Co.. Garden Citv: res. 
Rochelle Park, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Frank A[ugustus] Hinkey 8 [jl w 



A. B. 1895. 
Manufacturer. 

86 Mansfield St. 



New Haven, Conn. 



Joseph Bernard Hone 

Initiated by the LTpsilon 

James Fisk Hooker 



p 8 (0 



A. B. 1895. Second Dispute. Comptroller, 
Schenectady: Pres. Board of Trade, 14-16. Mem- 
ber Mohawk and University (New York) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

Walker Drug Co., Inc.; res. Avon and Lowell 
Rds., Schenectady, N. Y. 



Alfred Burdette Hughes* 



A. B. 1895; 
Lawver. 



LL. B. 1897. 



Frederic Ives 



p e© 

d. 1910 



A. B. 1895. 

Merchant. 

New Haven; res. 10 Marvel Rd., We.stville, 

Conn. 



Isaac M Jordan* 



¥Fo> 



A. B. 1895; LL. B. 1897 Univ. of Cincinnati. 
Lawyer. d. 1914 

Max Howard Kershow* ^ I a 

A. B. 1895. d. 1901 

Charles Adams Kimball B H A 

A. B. 1895. Phi Beta Kappa. House of 
Representatives (Mass.), 14; State Senate, 15-17. 
Member Middlesex (Boston) and Massachusetts 
Republican Clubs. 
Farmer. 
King St., Littleton, Mass. 



Franklin Lawrence Lee* 



8yA 



A. B. 1895; LL. B. 1898 New York Law School. 
Lawyer. d. 1911 



Lloyd Lowndes, Jr. 

A. B. 1895; LL. B. 1897. 
(Bloomingfields, Rawlings, Md.) 



KElS 



1895-96] 



BETA CHAPTER 



167 



Richard Tasker Lowndes* 

A. B. 1895. 

David Brainard Lyman 



^' y. CO 

d. 1905 

O £ a 

A. B. 1895. Wolf's Head. Track, 92-94; 

Football, 93-94. Member Clnircli, Union League 

and La Grange Country Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

69 W. Washington St., Chicago; res. 133 S. 

Spring Ave., La Grange, 111. 



Guy Richards McLane 



eoM 



A. B. 1895. Wolf's Head. Sec. and Governor, 

University Club; Chairman Ivy Committee. 
Member University, Republican, Yale, Bankers' 
Stock Exchange Luncheon, Westchester Coun- 
try, Nassau. Princeton (N. J.), Graduates' and 
Country (New Haven) Clubs. 
Broker. 

26 Broadway; res. 53S Park Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 



Roswell Bertram Mason 



Ptto 



A. B. 1895; LL. B. 1897 Northwestern Univ. 
Scroll and Key; He Boule. Chairman Yale 
iXezi's; Jvmior Promenade Committee. .Master 
in Chancery Circuit Court of Cook County, 
111.; Joint Compiler Revised Code, City of Ciii- 
cago, 05. Member Chicago Bar Assn.; Univer. 
sity and Iroquois Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

1010 Marquette Bldg., Chicago; res. 326 Ridge 
Ave., Winnetka, 111. 



Henry Giles Miller 



PpA 



A. B. 1895. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Chair- 
man Board of Editors Yale Record. Member 
University Club of Chicago, Saddle and Cycle, 
Skokic Country, Evanston Country and Iro- 
quois Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

306, 35 N. Dearborn St., Chicago; res. 1334 
Asbury Ave., Evanston, 111. 



Robert Cecil Nesbit 



Poa 



A. B. 1895. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Member 

University and Graduates' (New Haven, Conn.) 

Clubs. 

Rcsl Est3.tc 

340 Madison Ave.; res. 58 W. 39th St., New 

York, N. Y. 

Julian St. John Nolan P t M 

A. B. 1895. Member Yale and Chicago Yacht 

and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Insurance. 

339 Insurance Exchange Bldg., Chicago; res. 

Winnetka, 111. 

Alfred Townsend Osgood '*F t Q 

A. B. 1895; M. D. 1899 Columbia. Elihu Club. 
Assoc. Attending Surg., Bellevue and Consulting 
Surg. Presbyterian Hosps. Member Acad, of 
Medicine; National, State and County Med. 
Socs.; Am. Assn. Genito-Urinary Surgeons; 
University and Yale and Graduates' (New 
Haven) (Hubs. 
Surgeon. 

40 E. 41st St.; res. 161 E. 71st St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Ervin Edward Osgood* 

A. B. 189S. 



Q Ao 

d. 1903 



Henry Jvison Parsons P 7 "^ 

A. B. 1895. Wolf's Head. Member University 

and Yale Clubs. 

Banker. 

Spencer Trask & Co., 25 Broad St., New York, 

N. Y. 

George Alexander Phelps* P u oi 

A. B. 1895. Wolf's Head; Eta Phi. Member 

Vale and University Clubs. 
Merchant. 

Lewis Sterrett Sadler 

Banker. 

Farmers' Trust Co., Carlisle, Pa. 

Alfred Egmont Schernlerhorn 



d. 1916 

OGp. 



BLA 

.•\. B. 1895. Governor, Southampton Hosp.; 
Village Trustee. Member St. Nicholas Soc; 
Union, University, Yale, Meadow and South- 
ampton Clubs. 
Real Estate and Insurance. 

7 E. 42d St., New York; res. Main St., South- 
ampton, N. Y. 

Charles Storey Thurston A L oi 

A B. 1895; LL. B. 1898 Harvard. Phi Beta 

Kappa. Member Yale and City (New York) 

and Genesee Valley (Rochester) Clubs 

Lawyer. 

12 Coulter Bldg.; res. 14 Academy St., Saranac 

Lake, N. Y. 



Cornelius Vanderbilt, 3d 



pt]; M 



A. B. 1895; Ph. B. 1898; M. E. 1899. Scroll 
and Key; He Boule. Trustee Peabody Mu- 
seum; Commodore New York Yacht Club; 
Colonel 22d Engineers, N. G. N. Y. Member 
Union League, Century, Knickerbocker, Metro- 
politan, Brook, City Midday, Down Town, Uni- 
versity, Yale, New York Yacht, Larchmont 
Yacht and Turf and Field Clubs. 
Financier. 

30 Pine St.; res. 677 Fifth Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 

Allen Wardwell p w (o 

A. B. 1895; LL. B. 1898 Harvard. Scroll and 

Key; He Boule. Member University, Yale, 

Century. Rockaway Hunt and Squadron .\ 

Clubs; Down Town Assn. 

Lawyer. 

15 Broad St.; res. 127 E. 80th St., New York, 

N. Y. 

1896 

Eugene Davenport x\lexander ^ S ^ 

A. B. 1896. Phi Beta Kappa; Wolf's Head. 
Member Psi Upsilon, University and Under- 
writers' Clubs; Military Order of the Loyal 
Legion. 
Lawyer. 

2 Wall St., New York; res. 459 Pailsade Ave., 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

Edgar Stirling Auchincloss* W p B 

A. B. 1896. Son of Edgar Stirling Auchincloss, 
Delta 64, brother of Hugh Auchincloss, Beta 01, 
Charles Crooke Aucliincloss, Beta 03, James Coats 
Auchincloss and Gordon Auchincloss, Beta 08 
and nephew of Frederic Lawton Auchincloss, 
Beta 71 and Hugh Dudley Auchincloss, Beta 79. 
Transportation. d. 1910 



Alfred Horatio Belo* 



A. B. 1896. 
Journalist. 



p a B 

d. 1906 



168 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1896 



Henry Hobart Benedict 



6tT 



A. B. 1896. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Member 
New Haven Lawn, New Haven Country. Grad- 
uates' and Quinnipiack and Racquet and Tennis 
(New York) Clubs. 
Merchant. 

129 Church St.; res. 216 Bishop St., New 
Haven, Conn. 



John Kirkman Berry 



00^ 



A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1898 New York Law School. 

Lawyer. 

(27 William St., New York, N. Y.) 

Henry Richardson Bond, Jr. P s tj; 

A. B. 1896. Member Thames (New London) 

and Yale, University and Racquet and Tennis 

(New York) Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Eastern Point Rd., Groton; res. 471 Pequot 

Ave., New London, Conn. 

John Sherrard Brittain, Jr. W v.^ 

A. B. 1896. Member Sons of the Revolution; 
St. Joseph Country, Benton, Lotos and High- 
lands Golf and Country Clubs. 
Merchant. 

4th and Jule Sts.; res. 9th and Faraon Sts., St. 
Joseph, Mo. 

KOB 

A. B. 1896. Phi Beta Kappa; Elihu Club. 

Consulting Architect, Vassar Coll. Member 
Boston See. of Architects, Am, Inst, of Archi- 
tects, Architectural, Brookline Country, Yale 
(New York) and Exchange and Footlight 
(Boston) Clubs. 
Architect. 

40 Central St., Boston; res. Dudley Rd., New- 
ton Center, Mass. 



Charles Collins 



Wendell Phillips Colton 



X^T 



A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1898 New York Law 

School. 

Advertising. 

165 Broadway, New York; res. 31 Monroe 

PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Harry Parsons Cross 



ps'^ 



A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1900 Harvard. Elihu 
Club. Football; Track. Member Executive 
Committee Metropolitan Park Assn.; Delegate 
from R. I. to Republican National Convention; 
Pres. Lincoln School; 2d Asst. Attv. General of 
R. I., 07-12; Asst. Atty. General, 12. Member 
Agawam, Turk's Head, Hope, .'Vrt and Knicker- 
bocker and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

32 Westminster .St.; res. 66 Cooke St., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 



William Redmond Cross 



Po(]; 



A. B. 1896. Skull and Bones. Crew; Foot- 
ball. 

Financier. 

33 Pine St.; res. Ill E. 38th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Alfred Loomis Curtis 



0a^ 



A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1899 Columbia. Wolf's 

Head; Kappa Psi. Member University Club. 

Manufacturer. 

147 W. 99th St., New York, N. Y. 

Clarence [Shepard] Day, Jr. P L tp 

A. B. 1896. Member Century Club. 

Writer. 

258 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. 



Sherman Day 



Pu(]^ 



A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1899 New York Law School. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. 
Pres. Athletic Assn. Member Racquet and 
Tennis, Brook, Knickerbocker, Union and Uni- 
versity Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

55 Wall St.; res. 6 E. 44th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Johnston de Forest 



AM^ 



A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1899 Columbia. 

Lawyer. 

30 Broad St.; res. 11 E. 9th St., New York, 

N. Y. 

Jules [Gabriel] Henri de Sibour 6 [jl B 

A. B. 1896. Skull and Bones; He Boule. 

Track: Pres. Yale Univ. Navy. Member Rac- 
quet and Tennis (New York), Metropolitan, 
(ihevy Chase and Alibi Clubs. 
Architect. 

Hibbs Bldg.; res. 1603 K St., Washington, 
D. C. 



p TC ^ 



Clarence DeWitt 

A. B. 1896. 

Financier. 

71 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Henry Johnson Fisher K X N N ; p x «J< 

A. B. 1896. Scroll and Key; He Boule. Editor 
Yale Record and Yale Pot Pourri. Sec. Man- 
hattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hosp.; Executive 
Committee United Hosp. Fund of New York. 
Member Executive Council of Psi Upsilon, 08- 
12. Member Yale, University, Riding and Cen- 
tury Clubs. 
Publisher. 

22 William St., New York, N. Y.; res. Green- 
wich, Conn. 

Walter Buhl Ford 



Yitl^ 



A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1898. 

720 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

John Marshall Gaines 



A. B. 1896; Ph. D. 1900. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Sigma Xi. Asst. Prof, of Political Economy, 
Yale Univ., 97-00: Instr. in Insurance, 03-04. 
^Member Yale and Camp Fire Clubs. 
Merchant. 
Bronxville, N. Y. 

Theodore Meech Gowans O R <^ 

A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1900 Univ. of Buffalo. Phi 

Delta Phi. Member University Club. 

Insurance. 

619 White Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y. 



George Zabriskie Gray* 



6i;b 

d. 1895 

0vp 



Charles Vernon Hopkins 

A. B. 1896. 
CatskiU, N. Y. 

Gerard Merrick Ives* P tx P 

A. B. 1896. d. 1898 

Henry Spies Kip p <x^ 

A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1901 New "York Law School. 
Kappa Psi. Member Union, Knickerbocker, Rac- 
quet and Tennis, University and Riding Clubs. 
Broker. 

7 Wall St.; res. 128 E. 60th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



1896] 



BETA CHAPTER 



169 



James Hoyt Knapp 



pa& 



A. B. 1896. Wolf's Head; He Boule. Crew; 

Football. Member Suburban, Psi Upsilon and 

Yale (New York), Graduates' (New Haven), 

and Wee Burn Golf (Noroton) Clubs. 

Merchant. 

25 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. ; res. 76 

Glenbrook Rd., Stamford, Conn. 



Edsrar Conrad Lackland 



Pat}^ 



A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1898 St. Louis Law School. 

Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Member Racquet 

and Tennis Club. 

Manufacturer. 

Sanitation & Supply Co., 70 E. 45th St,; res. 

141 E. 44th St., New York, N. Y. 



Frederick Clare Lee 



PS^ 



^RW 



A. B. 1896. Wolf's Head; Kappa Psi. Fresh- 
man Baseball (Capt.). Member University and 
Rosedale Golf Clubs; Ontario Assn. of Ar- 
chitects and Beaux Arts Soc. of Architects 
(New York). 
Architect. 

2 College St.; res. 27 Montclair Ave., Toronto, 
Ontario, Canada. 

Christopher Kiersted Loughran T A '/ 

A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1898 New York Law School. 

Clerk of Ulster County. 

Lawver. 

34 Main St.; res. 23 John St., Kingston, N. Y. 

Robert Lusk 

A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1898 Vanderbilt Univ. 

Lawyer. 

Union Bank Bldg., Nashville, Tenn. 

George Xavier McLanahan X k ; P v (J; 

A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1899 Harvard; LL. M. 1902 
and 1). C. L. 1903 deorgc Washington Univ. 
Wolf's Head; Phi Delta Phi (Harvard). Chair- 
man Yale Record; Second Colloquy; Yale 
.\lumni Advisorv Board. Treas. Gallaudet Coll.; 
Trustee Berea Coll.; Dir. Y. M. C. A; Deacon 
Presbyterian Church; Member Executive Coun- 
cil of Psi Upsilon since 15. Member Metropoli- 
tan, Cosmos, Chevy Chase, Montgomery Coun- 
trv. Lock Tavern, Kidine and Hunt, University, 
Psi Upsilon and Yale (New York) and Gradu- 
tes' (New Haven) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

Union Trust Bldg.; res. 2031 Q St., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Neil Bernard Mallon* 

A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1899 Cincinnati Law 
School. 

d. 1909 



Get]; 



^^■illiam Southworth Miller 



P^& 

A. B. 1896. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Mgr. 

Baseball; Capt. Gun Club. Member University, 

Saddle and Cvcle, Law and Winnetka Tennis 

Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

50 S. LaSalle St., Chicago,; res. 647 Spruce 

St., Winnetka, 111. 

Charles Southerton Morris 

A. B. 1896. 

Manufacturer. 

(711 35th St., Milwaukee, Wis.) 

George Henry Nettleton ^ o p 

A. B. 1896; Ph. D. 1900. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Scroll and Key; Kappa Psi; Chi Delta Theta. 



P "0^ 



ee^' 



Philosophical Oration; Berkeley Premium. Instr 
in Kng'ish, Yale, 99: .Asst. Prof, since 06. 
.\uthor "Specimens (if the Sliort Story;"' "The 
Major Dramas of Richard Brinsloy .Sheridan;" 
"Old Testament Narratives;" "English Drama 
of the Restoration and Eighteenth Century;" 
"The Book of the Yale Pageant." Member New 
Haven Lawn, Country, Graduates' and Eliza- 
bethan (Yale) Clubs; Centurv Assn. (New 
York). 
Educator. 

Yale University; res. 570 Prospect St., New 
Haven, Conn. 

6cX 



Alfred Day Pardee 

A. B. 1896. 

Manufacturer. 

(Drexel Bldg.. Philadelphia, Pa.) 

Thomas Barbour Paxton, Jr. 



BBtj; 



A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1899 Univ. of Cincinnati. 

Member 77th General Assembly of Ohio. 

Lawyer. 

801 CAvynne Bldg.; res. 341 Lafayette Ave., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Wolcott Phelps Robbins 



PV-^ 



A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1898 New York Law School. 

He Boule. Member University Club. 

Lawyer. 

15 Wall St.; res. 141 E. 71st St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Sylvester Baker Sadler 



¥A^ 



A B. 1896; LL. B. and A. M. 1898 Dickinson 
Coll.. Pres. Judge. Ninth Judicial Dist. Pa. 
.Author "Criminal Procedure, Pennsylvania;" 
"Sadler's Reports, Pennsylvania." 
Jurist. 
Carlisle. Pa. 

Andrew Gregg Curtin Sage p :c B 

A. B. 1896. Scroll and Key: Eta Phi. 

Financier (retired). 

31 W. 58th St.. New York. N. Y. 

Winthrop Davenport Smith O a ^ 

A. B. 1896. Skull and Bones. Crew. Member 
Psi Upsilon and Yale Clubs. 
Builder. , 

Concrete Steel Co.. 42 Broadway, New York, 
N. Y.; res. Llewellyn Park. Orange, N. J. 

Edward Livingston Trudeau, Jr.* 

A B. 1896; M. D. 1900 Columbia. ' 

Piiysician. d. 1904 

\\'illiam Henderson Wadhams K T «]; 

A B 1896; LL. B. 1899 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kapoa. Track: Editor )'(ilc Record; Choir. 
Justice City Court of New York, 07; Judge Court 
of General Sessions New York County since Kv 
Member University, Republican and Squadron 
A C:iubs. 

Criminal Courts Bldg., 32 Franklin St.; res. 
126 E. 80th St.. New York, N. Y. 

0(OT 

A B. 1896. Phi Beta Kappa; Chi Delta Theta; 
W'inged Helmet (Univ. of California) and Golden 
Bear Chairman Yale Literarx Magazine. Instr. 
Rhetoric. Yale. 97-01; Assoc. Prof, of English 
Composition, Univ. of California since 01. Mem- 
ber Univ. of California and Faculty Clubs. 
Educator. 

University of California; res. 2243 Piedmont 
Ave., Berkeley, Cal. 



Chauncev Wetmore Wells 



L 



170 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1896-97 



Norman Alton Williams, Jr.* 

A. B. 1896. 

Walter Farsro Wood 



d. 1910 

BOB 



A. B. 1896. 
Lawyer. 

100 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; res. Magnolia 
Ave., Tenafly, N. J. 



Lewis Rogers Yeaman 

A. B. 1896; LL. B. 1898 Boston Univ. 
Lawyer. 

1897 

Francke Huntington Bosworth, Jr. 



Bo (|j 



pyJ 



A. B. 1897. Member University Chib. 

Architect. 

597 Fifth Ave.; res. 141 E. 71st -St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Robert Stanton Brewster 



ax 



A. B. 1897. Member University, Metropolitan, 

City, Republican and Piping Rock Clubs. 

Financier. 

51 Wall St.; res. 100 E. 70th St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Robert Willets Carle 



t c §' 



A B. 1897. Trustee Presbyterian Hosp. and East 
Side Branch Y. M. C. A.; Treas. Trumbull 
Trust Assn. Member Down Town Assn., Uni- 
versity, St. Andrews Golf and Graduates' (New 
Haven) Clubs. 
Merchant. 
153 Water St., New York, N. Y 



Charles Chadwick 



0Xt 



A. B. 1897; LL. B. 1899 New York Law School. 
Berkeley Latin Prize (1); Junior Appointment, 
First Colloquy, (3); Footbal'. ; Track. Deputy 
Asst. Dist. At'ty. New York County, 02-06; Asst. 
Corporation Counsel, 08-09. Member Old Lyme 
Country and Quinnipiack (New Haven) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
Lyme, Conn. 



Richard Schieffelin Chisolm 



Y 7U 



TUA' 



A. B. 1897; LL. B. 1900 New York Law School. 

Member Yale Club. 

Manufacturer and Real Estate. 

103 E, 86th St., New York. N. Y. 



Franklin Muzzy Crosby 



p[xX 



A. B. 1897. 

Manufacturer. 

Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis, Minn. 



William Darrach 



pox 



A. B. 1897; A. M. and M. D. 1901 Columbia. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Wolf's Head; Sigma Xi. Track. 
Prof, of Clinical Surgery; Surgical Dir. 1st 
Division Bellevue Hosp. Member Yale and 
University Clubs; Soc. Colonial Wars; Societe 
Internationale de Chirurgie; Soc. of Clinical 
Surgery; Am. Med. Assn.; New York Surgical 
Soc; New York Acad, of Medicine; Assn. of 
Am. Anatomists. 
Surgeon. 
47 W. 50th St.. New York, N. Y. 



George Parmly Day 



piuT 



A. B. 1897; A. M. 1910. Scroll and Kev; Eta 
Phi. Managing Editor Yale Daily News; Editor 
Yale Record and Yale Pot Pourri; Trcas. Yale 



Univ. Athletic Assn. and Improved Housing 
Assn. of New Haven; Pres. and Treas. Yale 
Llniv. Press. Trustee Hotchkiss School and 
Conn. Junior Republic; Treas. Yale Univ. 
since 10. Author "The New Era of Publishing 
at Yale;" "The Function and Organization of 
University Presses." Member Graduates', Lawn, 
Ouinnipiack and Lhiiversity and Yale (New 
York) Clubs. 
Treasurer. 

105 Wall St.; res 40 Wall St., New Haven, 
Conn. 

Charles Brandebury De Camp B T y 

A, B. 1897. Wolfs Head: Chi Delta Theta. 
Member Yale and Players' Clubs. 
Journalist. 
Yale Club, New York. N. Y. 

Henry Lockwood deForest ^ X 

A. B. 1897. 

Lawyer. 

30 Broad St., New York. N. Y.; res. Plainfield, 

N. J. 



Richard Fenwick Ely 



0^Y 



A. B. 1897. Member Yale (New York), Hart- 
ford, Hartford Golf and Farmington Country 
(Conn.), and Metropolitan and Chevy Chase 
Clubs. 
1719 N. St., Washington, D. C. 



James Rieser Gerhard 



t}^MX 



A. B. 1897; M. D. 1901 Univ. of Pa. Phi Alpha 
Sigma, Sigma Xi and H. C. Wood. Med. Soc. 
Surgical Staff, Reading Hosp. Member Read- 
ing Med. Assn.; Bucks County Med. Soc; Uni- 
versity Club of Reading; Berkshire Country and 
Wyomissing Clubs; Am. Med. Assn.; Med. Club 
of Philadelphia. 
Physician. 
540 Centre Ave, Reading, Pa. 



Robert Capen Gilmore 



par 



A. B. 1897. Scroll and Key; He Boule. Mem- 
ber Yale and Baltusrol Golf Clubs. 
Publisher. 

381 Fourth Ave., New York, N. Y. ; res. Clover 
Patch, Summit, N. J. 



Edward Stephen Harkness 



tj. X 



A. B. 1897. Wolf's Head; Kappa Psi. Mem- 
ber Piping Rock, Down Town, University. Re- 
publican. Grolier and Jekyl Island (Ga.) Clubs 
and Automobile Club of America. 
Financier. 

26 Broadway; res. 1 E. 7Sth St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Louis Hinkey 

(202 Broad St.. Tonawanda, X. Y.) 

John Fell Howe" 
Edward Hicks Hume 



P^T 
^LX 

d. 1895 



A. B. 1897; A. M. 1912; M. D. 1901 Johns Hop- 
kins. Phi Beta Kappa; .Sigma Xi; Elihu Club. 
Dir. Curriculum and Phys. in charge The 
Hunan-Yale Hosp.; Chairman Council Med. 
Education. Member Med. Missionary and Am. 
Hosp. Assns.; Am. .^ssn. for the Study and 
Prevention of Infant Mortality; Am. Soc. of 
Tropical Medicine: British .Sic c^f Hygiene 
and Am. Oriental Soc. 
Physician. 
The Hunan-Yale Hospital. Changsha, China. 



1897-98J 



BETA CHAPTER 



171 



Henry Timothy Kneeland, Jr. @Xy 



0VX 



A. B. 1897. 
Merchant. 

(Chamber of Commerce, Buffalo, N. Y.) 

Herman Davis Kountze 

.\. B. 1897. Scroll and Key; Kappa PsI. Banjo 

Club. Member Yale, University, Metropolitan, 

Bankers' and Hardware Clubs. 

Banker. 

257 Broadway, New York,; res. Bedford, N. Y. 

Luther Latham Kountze p a X 

A. B. 1897. Scroll and Key; Kappa Psi. Mem- 
ber University. Omaha and Omaha Country 
Clubs. 
Banker. 

First National Bank; res. 423 S. 39th St., 
Chnaha, Nebr. 

Walter Jerome Lapham* ©ay 

A. B. 1897. 

Manufacturer. d. 1907 

LeRoy McKini <P A y 

.\. B. 1897. 

9 W. 48th St., New York, N. Y. 

Knox Maddox p B X 

A. B. 1897; LL. B. 1899. 

Lawyer. 

587 Monadnock Bldg., San Francisco, Cal. 



Charles Frederick Mosle* 

A. B. 1897. 

Harry Edgar Nolan 






A. B. 1897. 

Manager General Roofing Mfg. Co. 

Equitable Trust Co., 23 Rue de la Paix, Paris, 

France. 

Amos [Richards Eno] Pinchot O^X 

A. B. 1897. Skull and Bones; He Boule. Mem- 
ber Racquet and Tennis and University Clubs. 
Brother of Gifford Pinchot, Beta, 89. 
Lawyer. 

60 Broadway; res. 9 E. 81st St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Clarence Marsh Reed* 



par 



A. B. 1897; LL. B. 1899 New York Law School. 
Lawyer. d. 1902 



DeWitt Linn Sage* 

A. B. 1897. 

Dale Stouffer Tate 

A. B. 1897. 

Banker. 

Union Trust Co., Springfield, Mass. 



ptX 

d. 1901 



John Henry Thompson, Jr.* ^ D x 

A. B. 1897; LL. B. 1899 New York Law School. 
Lawyer. d. 1908 



Robb dePeyster Tytus* 

A. B. 1897; A. M. 1903. 

George Whitman Updike* 

A. B. 1897. 



e<px 

d. 1913 



i'hilip Vanlngen 



eox 



A. B. 1697; M. D. 1901 Columbia. Honors in 

Natural Sciences. Junior Attending Phys. 

Roosevelt and Attending Phys. Willard Parker 

Hosps. Member Lhiiversity Club. 

Physician. 

125 E. 71st St., New York, N. Y. 

William Shepard Keteltas Wetmore 

A. B. 1897. ® l^ T 

Financier. 

355 St. Paul's Ave., Stapleton, N. Y. 



Clarence Winter"* 



1908 



^/ 



A. B. 1897. 
Lawyer. 



1898 



ITS 



d. 1915 



Robert Wodrow Archbald, Jr. t,Q^ 

A. B. 1898; LL. B. 1901 Univ. of Pa. Phi Beta 

Kappa; Sharswood Law Club (Pa.) 

Lawyer. 

811 Stephen Girard Bldg.; res 438 W. School 

Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Luther Guiteau Billings, Jr.* B L 9' 

A. B. 1898; LL. B. 1900 New York Law School. 
Lawyer. d. 1911 

Hiram Bingham a S' 

A. B. 1898; A. M. 1900 Univ. of Cal.; A. M. 
1901 Harvard and Ph. D. 1905; Litt. D. 1912 
Univ. of Cuzco.' Dir. Peruvian FlxDeditions ; 
Yale Univ. and National Geographic Soc; 
Capt. 10th Militia Field Artillery, Officer in 
Charge of Commissary; Lecturer South Am. 
History and Geographv, Yale Univ., 07-10; 
.\sst. Prof, of South Am. History, 10-15; Prof. 
since 15. Author "Across South .iXmerica;" 
"Journal of an E.xpedition across Venezuela and 
Colombia;" "Vitcos, the Last Inca Capital;" "In 
the Wonderland of Peru;" "The Monroe Doc- 
trine, and Obsolete Shibboleth." Member Grad- 
uates 'and University (New York) Clubs. 
Educator. 

Yale University; res. 787 Prospect St., New 
Haven, Conn. 



Clifford Dudley Cheney 



p^9 



A B. 1898. Skull and Bones; Eta Phi. Track 

(2) (3) (4). Member University (New York) 

Club. 

Manufacturer. 

South Manchester, Conn. 

Wilson Kelley Chisholm ¥ K '5 

A. B. 1898. Member University, Cleveland 
Yacht and Sandusky (Ohio) Yacht Clubs and 
Cleveland Chamber of Commerce. 
Purchasing Agent. 
6407 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Nathaniel Hartley Cowdrey © y A' 

A. B. 1898. 

Lawyer. 

620 Madison Ave., Scranton, Pa. 



Henry Hastings Curran 



p^(f 



A. B. 1898; LL. B. 1900 New York Law School. 
Alderman City of New York since 11; \"ice- 
Chairman Board nf .\ldermen and AcHng Mayor, 
IS. Author "What the Ten- Year Sergeant of 
Police Tells:" "Home Rule for .\nierican 
Cities." Member Republican and Yale Clubs. 
Alderman. 
City Hall; res. 31 W. llth St., New York, N. Y. 



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[1898 



Moreau Delano 



GeS' 



A. B. 1898. Scroll and Key; He Boule. Mem- 
ber Yale, Metropolitan, Union, University and 
Piping Rock Clubs. 
Banker. 

59 Wall St.; res. 12 Washington Sq. N., New 
York, N. Y. 



William Francis Dominick 



B c 9 



A. B. 1898; B. -S. 1901 Columbia. Member 
Yale Club. See Lambda 01 
Architect. 

3 W. 29th St. New York. N. Y.; res. Green- 
wich, Conn. 



Morton Lazell Fearey 



(0 



F8' 



A. B. 1898; LL. B. 1902 Harvard. Phi Beta 

Kappa; Skull and Bones; Baseball. Member 

Yale, Garden City Golf, Oakland Golf and 

Bankers' Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

27 William St.; res. 171 E. 80th St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Herbert Draper Gallaudet 



9'^^' 



A. B. 1898; B. D. 1902 Union Theol. Sem. 
Skull and Bones; Eta Phi; Chi Delta Theta. 

Cler^vman. 

128 Woodland St., Hartford, Conn. 



Philip Walbridge Hamil* 



A. B. 1903. 
Merchant. 



Pi;. A" 



00$ 



Member Yale 



Archibald Gary Harrison 

A. B. 1898. 
Financier (retired). 
(Mt. Kisco, N. Y.) 

Josiah Judson Hazen 

A. B. 1898. Football: Baseball 

and Laurentian Clubs. 

Nurseryman. 

William P. Stark Nurseries, Neosho, Mo. 

Robert Stockwell Reynolds Hitt 0x5' 

A. B. 1898; LL. B. 1901 Harvard. Wolf's 
Head; Eta Phi. Diplomatic Service, 01-13. 
Member Metropolitan, Chevy Chase and Coun- 
try and Knickerbocker and Racquet and Tennis 
(New York) Clubs. 
1520, 18th St., Washington, D. C. 



John Jay 



6 XV 



A. B. 1898. Member University and Yale 

Clubs. 

Financier. 

152 E. 79th St., New York, N. Y. 



Thomas Sabine McLane 



P[;.^A 



A. B. 1898. Wolf's Head; Kappa Psi. Pres. 
Lenox Hill Settlement; Treas. Assn. Aid of 
Crippled Children; Executive Committee New 
York P. E. City Mission Soc; Counsel Mer- 
chants' Assn.; Pres. Clear Pool Camp. Mem- 
ber Yale, University, Metropolitan, Church 
and Westchester Country Clubs. 
Merchant. 

Jeremiah Skidmore's Sons, 9 E. 44th St.; res. 
47 E. 80th St., New York, N. Y. 

OvB' 



George Tracy Marsh 



A. B. 1898. Kappa Psi; Crew. Member R. 
I. Legislature, 11. Member Yale and Players' 
(New York), Hope. University, Agawam Hunt 
and Bar Chibs and R. \. Bar .Assn. 



p^$ 



Lawyer. 

Turk's Head Bldg.; res. 21 Barnes St., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

Julian Starkweather Mason* p w 'A 

A. B. 1898. 
Merchant. 

Walter Meigs 

A. B. 1898. Member Yale, Black River and 

Atlantic Yacht Clubs. 

Merchant and Real Estate. 

10 E. 43d St.; res. 36 W. S9th St., New York, 

N. Y. 

Charles Edmund Merrill, Jr. ^F J V 

A. B. 1898. Member Psi Upsilon Club. 

Publisher. 

432 Fourth Ave.; res. 925 Park Ave., New 

York, N. Y. 



Gouverneur Morris 



6 p cp 



A. B. 1898. Author "A Bunch of Grapes;" 
"Tom Beauling;" "Aladdin O'Brien;" 'The 
Pagan's Progress;" "Ellen and Her Man:" 
"Puttiner On the Screws;" "If You Touch 
Them They Vanish." Member Racquet and 
Tennis (New York) Club. 
Author. 
(Aiken, S. C.) 



Mandeville Mullally p a 9' 

A. B. 1898. Scroll and Key; He Boule. Mgr. 

Hockey Team. Justice of the Peace: Member 

Town Board, Pelham, N. Y. Member Yale, 

Graduates' and Pelham Country Clubs. 

Broker. 

29 Broadway, New York; res. 158 Loring .\ve., 

Pelham. N. Y. 

P>rainard Warner Parker 

A. B. 1898; LL. B. 1901 George Washington 
Univ. 
Lawyer. 

Woodward Bldg.; res. 3734 Oliver St., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Grenville Parker % <xl' 

A. B. 1898. 

Financier. 

(120 Broadway, New York, N. Y.) 

John Randolph Paxton, Jr.* F A E' 

A. B. 1898; LL. B. 1901 New York Univ. 
Lawyer. d. 1912 

Howard Dickinson Reeve 

A. B. 1898. 1st Colloquy. Member Yale 

(Spokane) Club. 

Fruit Grower. 

Otis Orchards, Wash. 



Edward Sawyer 



PtcA" 



A. B. 1898. Scroll and Key; He Boule. Mem- 
ber Yale and University Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

Atlantic Insulated Wire and Cable Co., Canal 
and Ludlow Sts., New York, N. Y. ; res. 86 
Rock Spring Rd., Stamford, Conn. 



George Gebner Schreiber 



a 9' 



A. R. 1898: LL. B. 1901 Columbia. Wolf's 
Head; Eta Phi. Member University and Vale 
riubs; Bar .Xssn. 
Lawyer. 

55 Liberty St., New York, N. Y.; res. 938 
Hudson St., Hoboken, N. J. 



1898-991 



BETA CHAPTER 



173 



Worthington Scranton 



ri\t.^' 



A. B. 1898; LL. B. 1901 Harvard. Member 

Scranton and Yale and University (New York) 

Clubs. 

President of Corporation. 

Scranton Gas & Water Co., 115 Wyoming Ave.; 

res. 300 Monroe Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

Frank William Sheehan* 

A. B. 1898; LL. B. 1901. Phi Delta Phi; EHhu 
Club; Kappa Psi. d. 1916 

Edward Biirnham Smith 

A. B. 1898. 
Farmer. 
Palmyra, Va. 

Ernest Wales Whittemore 



i; Elihu 
d. 1916 

BQA' 



p e S' 

A. B. 1898. Member University Club. 

Manufacturer. 

National Malleable Castings Co., 7706 Piatt 

Ave. S. E. ; res. 2270 Tudor Drive, Cleveland, 

Ohio. 

Arthur Baldwin Williams, Jr. ^ A" 

A. B. 1898; LL. B. 1912 Baldwin Univ. Sigma 

Xi. 

Lawyer. 

700 Marshall BIdg. ; res. 2916 Warrington Rd., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



1899 

Charles Westley Abbott p a E 

A. B. 1899; LL. B. 1901 New York Univ. Kappa 
Psi. Member Yale and Areola Country Clubs. 

120 Broadway. New York. N. -Y.; res. 231 
Summit St., Paterson, N. J. 

John Brown Adams* P ^ s' 

A. B. 1899. LL. B. 1902 Columbia. d. 1907 

Mason Tyler Adams a y 

A. B. 1899; E. M. 1901 Columbia. Skull and 

Bones; Eta Phi. Member University (New 

York) and Waterbury Country Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston; res. 200 

Buckingham St., Waterbury, Conn. 



Sullivan Dorr Ames* 

A. B. 1899. 

Charles Augustus Belin 



eso' 

d. 1903 

8SE' 



A. B. 1899; LL. B. 1903 Univ. of Pa. Member 
Lawyers', Yale and Aero (New York) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 



■ Waverly, Pa. 

Coburn Dewees Berry, Jr.* 

A. B. 1899. 

Joseph Edmund Bulkley 



d. 1901 



A. B. 1899. Gun Club (Capt.). Member Uni- 
versity Club; Automobile Club of .\merica; Bar 
Assn. 
Lawyer. 

43 Cedar St. ; res. 787 Madison Ave., New 
York. N. Y. 



Henry Wick Chambers 



p YIY 

A. B. 1899. Member Sophomore German Com- 
mittee; Editor Yale Daily News. Member Sons 



Harold Clark Cheney 



of the Revolution; Psi Ui)silon. Yale, Uni- 
versity and Pelham Country Clubs. 
Statistician. 

New York Central Railroad, 3631 Grand Central 
Terminal, New York; res. 1057 Esplanade, 
Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

^WE 

A. B. 1899. Sophomore German Committee; 
Junior Promenade Committee; Editor Yale 
Record: Univ. Glee Club. Member Chicago 
Athletic .\ssn.; University and Yale (New York; 
Clubs. 
Manager. 

CharUs Scribner's .Sons, 608 S. Dearborn St.; 
res. 4753 Lake Park Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Frederick Martin Davies* S d \i 

A. B. 1899. 

Railroad Officer. d. 1915 

Arthur Wendell Davis* © /. E 

A. B. 1899. d. 1904 

William Henry Field G X e 

A. B. 1899. 

Business Manager. 

(Chicago Tribvuie, 7 .S. Dearborn St., Chicago, 

111.) 



Richard Earp Forrest 



PtxT 



A. B. 1899. Wolf's Head; Eta Phi. National 
Councillor for the Philippines in the U. S. 
Chamber of Commerce. Member. Union, Racquet 
and Tennis, Yale and Blindbrook Golf Clubs, 
financier and Manufacturer. 

50 Broad St.; res. 340 Park Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 

Arthur Sears Hamlin p v o' 

A. B. 1899; LL. B. 1901 New York Law School. 

Elihu Club. Author "Copyright Decisions." 

Manufacturer. 

Seth Thomas Clock Co., 15 Maiden Lane, New 

York, N. Y.; res. 22 Dogwood Drive, Summit, 

N. J. 



Dennie Meredith Hare 



OsE 



Member Knickerbocker, Underwriters' and 

American Yacht Clubs. 

(20 E. 75th St.. New York. N. Y.) 

Charles Edward Hay, Jr.* 6 :c e' 

d. 1911 

W^illiam Churchill Hodge, Jr. ^* c 7 

A. B. 1899; M. F. 1902. 
Engineer. 
(Sausalito. Cal.) 

Nelson Clarke Holland 



A. B. 1899. Lieut. U. S. Army. 
Army Officer. 



0PY 

A. B. 1899. Psi Upsilon Club. 

Sales Manager. 

(Graves, Manbert, George & Co., Grand Central 

Terminal; res. 47 E. 58th St., New York, N. Y. 

Henry Hutchinson Hollister P s v' 

A. B. 1899. 

Merchant. 

(Corning Glass Works, Corning, N. Y.) 



Thomas Kearny 



pTE 



.*\. B. 1899. Kappa Psi; Psi Omicron. Executive 
Committee University Club. Member Union, 
Manhattan, Lawyers', LTniversity and Sleepy 



174 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1899-1900 



Hollow Country Clubs; Pan Am. Soc. of the 

United States. 

Lawyer. 

lis Broadwav; res. Union Club, New York, 

N. Y. 

Macintosh Kellogg' 

A. B. 1899. Member Manhattan Club. 
Lawyer. 

115 Broadwav; res. 245 W. 70th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

William de Lancey Kountze O v s' 

A. B. 1899. Wolf's Head; Kappa Psi. Member 
National Golf Links; Knickerbocker, Brook and 
Metropolitan Clubs. 
Banker. 

141 Broadwav; res. 51 E. 51st St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Huntington Mason* 

A. B. 1899. 

Benjamin Burges Moore 



pay 

d. 1915 

A. B. 1899. Wolf's Head. With Red Cross in 

France, Am. Distributing Service. Author "From 

Moscow to The Persian Gulf." Member Union 

Club (New York). 

Banker. 

Munroe & Co., 4 Rue Ventadour, Paris, France. 



Joseph Harrison Morey 



6?T 



A. B. 1899. Phi Beta Kappa; Elihu Club. 
Philosophical Oration. Dir. Legal Aid Bureau. 
Member University, Lawyers' and Automobile 
Clubs; Chamber of Commerce; Buffalo Cavalrv 
and Am. Bar Assns. 
Lawyer. 

807 D. S. Morgan Bldg.; res. 20 Clarendon PI., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



George Sturges Oliver 



0Xv' 



A. B. 1899. Member Board of Trustees Univ. 
of Pittsburgh; Board of Governors Pittsburgh 
Chamber of Commerce. Member Duquesne, 
Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Golf and Allegheny 
( ountry Clubs; Pittsbur.eh .-Xthletic Assn.; Yale 
and University Clubs (New York). 
Publisher. 
Gazette Sq.; res. Darlington Rd. Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Ord Preston 



P^E 



A. B. 1899. Skull and Bones; He Boule Mgr. 
Freshman Crew; Treas. Univ. Football Assn.; 
Pres. Univ. Boat Clutj. Member University 
(New York), Metropolitan, Chevy Chase, Riding 
and Hunt and Racquet and Tennis Clubs. 
Financier. 

Washington Gas Light Co.; res. 1822 R St. 
N. W., Washington, D. C. 

John Reid, Jr. [i ^ ^' 

A. B. 1899. Wolf's Head. Capt. Golf, 98-99; 
Intercollegiate Golf Championship, 99; \'ice Pres. 
U. S. Golf Assn.; Hon. Vice Pres. Professional 
Golfers' Assn. of America. Member Somerset 
and Racine Country Clubs; Yale Univ. and 
St. .Andrews C.olf ( New York) and Graduates' 
(New Haven, Conn.) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

Belle City Mfg. Co., Racine Junction; res. 112] 
Lake Ave., Racine. Wis. 

Solomon Albert Smith 



^'Dy 



A. B. 1899. 

Banker. 

Northern Trust Co., 50 S. La Salle St.; res. 

843 Lincoln Parkway, Chicago, 111. 



Walter Byron Smith 



^?v' 



A. B. 1899. 

SO S. La Salle St.; res. 10 E. Schiller St., 

Chicago, 111. 



Louis Ezekiel Stoddard 



pwY 



A. B. 1899. 

Financier. 

Tenacres, Prospect Hill, New Haven, Conn. 



^uE 



Henry Hunt Tomkins 

A. B. 1899. 

Merchant. 

312, 17th St., Denver, Colo. 

William Jessup Torrey P 8 'A 

A. B. 1899. Member Scranton, Scranton Coun- 
try and Yale (New York) Clubs, Lackawanna 
Law and Library Assn. 
Lawyer. 

606 Union National Bank Bldg.; res. 726 Jeffer- 
son Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

Alfred Gwynne \"anderbilt* a s 

A. B. 1899. 

Financier. d. 1915 

Eliot Watrous ^ e' 

A. B. 1899; LL. B. 1902. Elihu Club. Author 

"Corporation Law of Connecticut." Member 

Graduates', New Haven Lawn and Country 

Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

121 Church St.; res. 3 Huntington St., New 

Haven, Conn. 

Benjamin Webster 

Initiated by the Kappa 

William Fitzhugh Whitehouse y v 

A. B. 1899. Skull and Bones; Kappa Psi. 

Member Union, Knickerbocker, Racquet and 

Tennis, University, Yale, Brook, Aero and 

New York Yacht Clubs. 

Banker. 

125 E. 73d St., New York, N. Y. 

Henry Bingham Bartlett Yergason 

TC o T' 

A. B. 1899. Member City, University, Literary 

and Fort Mitchell Country C!lubs. 

Manager. 

Kerner Incinerator Co., 34 W. 6th St.; res. 

232 Albion PI., Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, Ohio. 



1900 

Harry Woodruff Babcock 



WR\i 



A. B. 1900. Member Yale Club of New York. 

Poultry Raising. 

Broad St., Stonington, Conn. 



Lucius Barnes Barbour 



0Z^' 



A. B. 1900. Wolf's Head. 
Merchant. 

26 State St.; res. 130 Washington St., Hart- 
ford, Conn. 



Howard Boocock* 

A. B. 1900. 



d. 1915 



1900J 



BETA CHAPTER 



175 



Morgan Bulkeley Brainard T Z' 

A. B. 1900; LL. B. 1903. Wolf's Head. 

Insurance. 

Aetna Life Ins. Co., 650 Main St.; res. 87 

\\'ashington St., Hartford, Conn. 

Charles Edward Brinley 11 a T' 

A. B. 1900; Ph. B. 1901. Kappa Psi. Foot- 
ball, 00. Member Rittenhouse, Racquet, Phila- 
delphia Cricket, Germantown Cricket, Hunting- 
ton Valley Country and Yale (New York) 
Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

4200 Wissahickon Ave.; res. 215 S. 18th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



John Walter Decrow ^ Z [x 

B. 1904 Harvard. 

21 Windsor Rd.. 



A. B. 1900; LL. 

Lawyer. 

60 State St., Boston; res. 

Wellesley Hills, Mass. 



A[alcoIm Douglas 



TC Y T^ 



A. B. 1900; M. D. 1904 Union Coll. Eta Phi; 
Skull and Bones. Glee Club; Junior Promen- 
ade Committee. Attending Phys. Albany Hosp.; 
Vestryman Trinity Church. Member Fort 
Orange and Albany Country Clubs. 
Physician. 

72 S. Swan St.; res. 369 State St., Albany, 
N. Y. 



[James] Shiras Campbell 



6 P T' : John Sherlock Ferguson 



A. B. 1900; B. S. 1904 Columbia. Yale Dram- 
atic Assn. Member Am. Inst, of Architects; 
University, Yale, Engineers', Advertising and 
T-Square (Philadelphia) Clubs. 
Architect. 

103 Park Ave., New York, N. Y.; res. 333 N. 
Broad St., Elizabeth, N. J. 

UMT 

A. B. 1900; LL. B. 1903. 

929 Trinity Bld^., New York; res. Ogden Park, 

Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 



Franklin Carter, Jr. 



Walter Lyon Chittenden 



0VZ 



A. B. 1900. Junior Promenade Committee. 
Member Binghamton Country and Dobson 
Clubs. 
Financier. 

1014 Kilmer Bldg.; res. 135 Front St., Bing- 
hamton, N. Y. 

Thomas Benedict Clarke, Jr. r B T' 

A. B. 1900. Wolfs Head; He Boule. Apollo 
and Glee Clubs; Univ. Quartette; Pres. 1st 
Yale Univ. Dramatic Assn. Treas. Fifth Ave. 
Assn., Inc. Member Yale, Brook, Racquet and 
Tennis, University, Squadron .-\ and Gradu- 
ates' (New Haven) Clubs. 
Banker. 

Harriman National Bank, 527 Fifth Ave.; res. 
350 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Zenas Marshall Crane 



A. B. 1900. 
Manufacturer. 
Dalton, Mass. 



Frank Taylor Crawford* 



A. B. 1900. 
Manufacturer. 



Tohn Walter Cross 



A. B. 1900. 

Artist. 

(10 E. 47th St.. New York, N. Y.) 



Jesse Dwight Dana 



er]Z' 

d. 1915 

efxZ' 



A. B. 1900. 

Manufacturer. 

Mississippi Valley Iron Co., La Salle Bldg.; 

res. 4483 Laclede Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 



Sidney Butler Dean 



Wx^ 



A. B. 1900. 

Merchant. 

8th and Sibley Sts.; res. 514 Grand Ave., St. 

Paul, Minn. 



0pZ' 



A. B. 1900. Member Union and Yale (New 

York) Apawamis and Westchester Country 

(Rye, N. Y.) and Graduates' (New Haven) 

Clubs. 

Broker. 

61 Broadway; res. 118 E. 54th St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Alanson Gibbs Fox 



Z (T T 



A. B. 1900. Member Psi Upsilon, Yale and 
Squadron A Clubs. Son of George Henry Fox, 
Upsilon 67, brother of [George] Howard Fox, 
Beta 94, and nephew of Charles James Fox, 
Theta 61. 
Financier. 

140 Broadway; res. 43 E. 58th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



James Cowan Greenwav 



GTZ' 



A. B. 1900; M. D. 1904 Columbia. Skull and 

Bones. Crew. Dir. Yale Univ., Dept. of 

Health; Member Graduates'. Yale (New York) 

and Greenwich (Conn.) Field Clubs; Century 

Assn. (New York). 

Physician. 

90 High St.; res. 285 Prospect St., New Haven, 

Conn. 

Lyman Cook Hedge ^ V-V' 

Second Colloquy. 



A. B. 1900. 

Journalist. 

Burlington Hawkeye, 520 Court St. 

ton, Iowa. 



Burns Henry 



Burling- 

A. B. 1900; LL. B. 1908 Univ. of Mich. Phi 
Delta Phi (Mich.); Assoc. Editor Yale News, 
Vale Literary Magazine and Michigan Lazi' Re- 
view. Member Detroit, Detroit Boat, Countrv 
University, Automobile, Grosse Pointe Riding 
and Hunt and Chagrin Valley Hunt Clubs. Son 
of Albert McKee Henry, Phi 67. 
Real Estate. 

1940 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit; res. Grosse 
Pointe Farms, Mich. 

Thomas Andrews Howell, Jr. s Z' 

A. B. 1900. 

Merchant. 

129 Front St., New York, N. Y. 

Herbert Russell Jenney ri oc [). 

A. B. 1900. Member Yale (New York) Club. 

Manufacturer. 

The Fleischmann Co., 419 Plum St., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 



Ashley Day Leavitt 



X A A 



A. B. 1900; B. D. 1903 Hartford Theol. 
School. Skull and Bones. Debating Team- 
Thatcher Prize, (2) and (4). Minister State 



176 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1900-01 



Y X xA. 



Street Congregational Church. Member Port- 
land Country and Portland Athletic Clubs; 
Maine Historical Soc. 
Clergyman. 

State Street; res. 171 Danforth St., Portland, 
Maine. 

Cortlandt Francis Luce 

A. B. 1900. 

(Emerson Hill, Stapleton. N. Y.) 

Matthew Mills x x z 

A. B. 1900; LL. B. 1903 Northwestern Univ. 
Scroll and Key; Kappa Psi; Phi Delta Phi. 
Member 111. Legislature, 07-11. Member Uni- 
versity and Yale Clubs. Son of Luther Laflin 
Mills, Phi 69, nephew of Henry Martyn Boies, 
Beta 59 and Thomas Chalmers Brainerd, Beta 59. 
Lawyer. 

602, 39 S. La Salle St.; res. 939 Sunnyside 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Roswell Miller Patterson SaT 

A. B. 1900. Member Yale Club. 

Manufacturer. 

ClinchfieH Products Corporation. 120 Broadway 

res. 311 W. 97th St., New York, N. Y. 

John Cleveland Phillips 

A. B. 1900. 
Manufacturer. 
Wauregan, Conn. 

William Edgar Schoyer K Q w' 

A. B. 1900; LL. B. 1903 Harvard. Member 

University Club. 

Lawyer. 

1306 Berger Bldg.; res. 604 S. Dallas Ave., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Rollin Aaron Spalding, Jr. B N v 

A. B. 1900. 

Lawyer. 

(164 Ocean St., Lynn, Mass.) 

Chauncey Blair Spears 

A. B. 1900. 

Financier. 

(115 E. 69th St., New York, N. Y.) 

Charles Stetson x 7 z 

A. B. 1900; LL. B. 1903 Harvard. 

Lawyer. 

60 State St.; res. 141 Bay State Rd., Boston, 

Mass. 



Charles Lewis Tiffany 



epx 



A. B. 1900. Scroll and Key. Member Yale, 

University, Racquet and Tennis, Metropolitan, 

Piping Rock, Nassau and Seawanhaka Yacht 

Clubs. 

Merchant. 

401 Fifth Ave., New York; res. Oyster Bay, 

N. Y. 

Raymond Lathrop Tweedy tc a Z' 

A. B. 1900. Member Chamber of Commerce. 

Manufacturer. 

1912 Superior Ave.; res. Woodbury Ave., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Henry Parmelee Wickes 6 cp T 

A. B. 1900. Freshman Crew; Crew. Member 

Psi Upsilon Club. 

Insurance. 

227 Union Bldg.; res. 400 James St., Syracuse, 

N. Y. 

1901 

Hugh Auchincloss 6 y M 

A. B. 1901; M. D. 1905 Columbia. Asst. At- 



tending Surg., Presbyterian Hosp.; Instr. in 
Surgery Coll. of Physicians and Surgeons. 
Member University and Yale Clubs. Son of 
Edgar Stirling Auchincloss, Delta 64, brother 
of Edgar Stirling Auchincloss, Beta 96, Charles 
Crooke Auchincloss, Beta 03, James Coats 
Auchincloss and Gordon Auchincloss, Beta 08 
and nephew of Frederic Lawton Auchincloss, 
Beta 71 and Hugh Dudley Auchincloss, Beta 79. 
Physician. 
(178 E. 70th St., New York, N. Y.) 



^LM 



Jasper Bayne 

Initiated by the Lambda 

James Leonard Boyce 

A. B. 1901. 

Agriculturist. 

(R. R. No. 2, Hamilton, Mont.) 

Philip Cheney Y N 

A. B. 1901. Skull and Bones; Eta Phi. Capt. 

N. G., Conn. Member Dauntless. Amb.Tlish 

Fish and Game, Farmington (Conn.), Country, 

University (Hartford), Hartford. Hartford 

Golf and University and Yale (New York) 

Clubs. 

Manufacttirer. 

South Manchester, Conn. 



Frank Miller Chisholm 



p S v' 



A. B. 1901. Member Ga. Soc. Colonial Wars, 

Savannah Yacht, Savannah Golf, Oglethorpe 

and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

Savannah Bank & Trust Co. Bldg.; res. 208 

Jones St. E., Savannah, Ga. 



Henry Chisholm 



p^M 



A. B. 1901. 

Manufacturer. 

rChamnion Rivet Co.. Harvard Ave. and E. 

i08th St.. Cleveland, Ohio.) 

George Peters Chittenden 

A. B. 1901. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Editor 
Yale Daily Nezvs, 98-01; Crew, 00-01; Sec. 
Football Assn., 99. Member Racquet and 
Tennis Club (New York) and Club International 
(San Jose, Costa Rica). 
.Assistant (General Manager. 

Costa Rica Division, United Fruit Co., Port 
Limon, Costa Rica. 



Henry Hall Christian* 

A. B. 1901. 

William Pancoast Clyde, Jr. 



A. B. 1901. 

Red Cross Work. 

71 Pont St., London, 



S, W.. England. 



Julian Day 



OtM 

d. 1905 
p 71 V 

OsM 



A. B. 1901. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Lieut. 1st 

West Kent Yeomanry, Imperial Camel Corps. 

Member University and Racquet and Tennis 

Clubs (New York). 

Financier. 

Brown, Shipley & Co., 123 Pall ISIall, London, 

S. W., England. 

XS'v 

d. 1916 

PxM 

Member 



Barton Talcott Doudge, Jr.* 

A. B. 1901. 

Charles Dupee 



A. B. 1901. Football, 00: Track, 01. 

Psi Upsilon and Reform (Tlubs. 

Insurance Broker. 

64 Wall St.; res. 170 W. 74th St., New York, 

N. Y. 



1901] 



BETA CHAPTER 



177 



Ricliard Henry Edwards 



PXM 



A. B. 1901; A. M. 1902. Pres. Debating Team. 
Pres. Village of Lisle; Advisory Member 
National Board of Review of Motion Picttires; 
Memb"r Social Service Commission; Federal 
Council of Churches; Social Study and Service 
Sec, International Committee Y. M. C. A. 
.Nuthor "Studies in American Social Con- 
ditions;" "Popular Amusements;" "Christianity 
and Amusements;" Co-author "A Life at Its 
Best." Member City Club (New York). 
Educator. 

Y. M. C. A.. 124 E. 28th St., New York; res. 
Lisle. N. Y. 

Gayton Ballard Ellis <p M 

(1511 Union St., Brooklyn, N. Y.) 



John Arthur Gardner 



Paix 



A. B. 1908; B. D. 1911 Episcopal Theol. Sem., 

Cambridge, Mass. Member Yale (Providence) 

and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Clergyman. 

Holy Trinity Rectory, Tiverton, R. I. 

Arthur Huntington Gleason p S v 

A. B. 1901. Red Cross Worker, Hector Munro 

Ambulance Corps Belgian Army, 14-15. Author 

"The Spirit of Christmas;" "Love, Home and 

Inner Life," and "Young Hilda at the Wars." 

Member Yale Club. 

Writer. 

602 S. Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. 

George Partridge Greenhalgh p S 'v 

A. B. 1901. Capt. Troop "D" 1st Squadron, 

Ohio Cavalry. 

Lawyer. 

1514 Nicholas Bldg., Toledo; res. Cozy Nook, 

Perrysburg, Ohio. 

WilHam Floyd [Reynolds] Hitt Psv 

A. B. 1901. Wolf's Head; Eta Phi. Member 

Metropolitan, Alibi, Chew Chase, Country and 

Racquet and Tennis, Knickerbocker and Brook 

(New York) Clubs. 

Financier. 

1501 New Hampshire Ave., Washington, D. C 



Robert Burns Hixon 



e¥N 



A. B. 1901. 

Financier. 

(201 Second National Bank Bldg., Toledo, 

Ohio.) 



William Warner Hoppin 



P'^IJ. 



A. B. 1901. Scroll and Key. Member Union, 

Racquet and Tennis and Yale Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

32 Nassau St.; res. 19 E. 65th St., New York, 

N. Y. 

exto 



John Arthur Keppelman 



Garrett Bergh Kip 



P!;v 



A. B. 1901; LL. B. 1904 Harvard. Skull and 

Bones; He Boule. Mgr. Glee and Banjo Clubs; 

Oew; Ten Eyck Speaker. Trustee Y. M. C. A. 

Member Wyomissing, Berkshire Country, L'ni- 

versity and Yale (New York) Clubs; Am. .\cad. 

of Political and Social Science and Acad, of 

Political Science of New York. 

Lawver. 

540 Court St.; res. 140 Windsor St., Reading, 

Pa. 



A. B. 1901. 

Financier. 

(Racquet and Tennis Club, 27 W. 43d St., New 

York, N. Y.) 



Maurice Mason a tc x 

A. B. 1901. Scroll and Key; He Boule; Pundit 

Club. Editor Yale Record; Vale Daily News; 

Yale Pot Pourri. 

Secretary. 

General Service Co., 646 Marquette Bldg.; res. 

1950 W. Adams St., Chicago, 111. 

[William] Gerald [Dare] Morgan 

Puv 

A. B. 1901. Yale Literary Magazine. Delegate 
Progressive Convention, 12. Member Knicker- 
bocker (New York) and Metropolitan (Washing- 
ton) Clubs. 
Journalist. 
Staatsburg, N. Y. 

Morris Ketchum Parker 



P^ix 

A. B. 1901. Wolf's Head; Eta Phi. Member 

University, Racquet and Tennis and Yale Clubs. 

Banker. 

37 Wall St.. New York, N. Y. ; res. New 

Canaan, Conn. 

Edward Chauncey Rice, Jr. X y 'v 

A. B. 1901. Member Yale Club. 

Financier. 

114 Produce Exchange; res. Yale Club, New 

York, N. Y. 

Frank [McDonnell] Camp Robertson 

6Pix 

A. B. 1901. Phi Beta Kappa. Baseball. 

Lawyer. 

165 Broadway; res. 60 W. 39th St., New York, 

N. Y. 

XvM 



George Milton Smith 



George Schley Stillman* 



A. B. 1901; M. D. 1905 Columbia. 

Physician. 

(10 N. King's Highway Blvd., St. Louis, Mo.) 

0OV 

A. B 1901. d. 1907 

John Canfield Tomlinson, Jr. z o M 

A. B. 1901; LL. B. 1904 Columbia. Phi Delta 

Phi. Football, 00; Football (Columbia), 02 

and 03; Capt. Track. 03. Member Racquet and 

Tennis, Yale, Rockaway Hunt, West Side 

Tennis and (Jreenwich Field (Conn.) Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

35 Wall St.; res. Yale Club, New York, N. Y. 

Joseph Tilney Wadsworth 

A. B. 1901. 

Manufacturer. 

452 W. 8th St., Plainfield, N. J. 

Plarold Sedgwick Wallace P C P>- 

A. B. 1901. Eta Phi. Member University and 

Saddle and Cycle Clubs. 

Insurance Broker. 

l.U S. La Salle St.; res. 140 E. Superior St., 

Chicago, 111. 

Harvey Thomas Weeks, Jr.* X TS 

A. B. 1901. d. 1914 

Heywood Hotchkiss Whaples p o v 

A. B. 1901. Former Councilman and Alder- 
man, Hartford. Member Hartford Golf, Coun- 
try (Farmingrton), Graduates' (New Haven), 
Yale and University (New York), and Daunt- 



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[1901-02 



less (Essex, Conn.) Clubs; Sons of Am. Revo- 
lution. 
Banker. 

77 Pearl St., Hartford; res. Waterville Rd., 
Farmington, Conn. 



Arthur Jewett Young 



e-riN 



A. B. 1901; LL. B. 1904 Harvard. Phi Beta 

Kappa; Kappa Psi. Trustee Worcester City 

Hosp., 12-13. Member Yale, Harvard and 

Worcester Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

30 State St., Boston; res. 14 Norfolk Rd., 

Brookline, Mass. 



1902 



Franklin Abbott 



^ a V 



A. B. 1902. Member Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh 
Golf, University and Allegheny Country Clubs. 
See Lambda 04 
Architect. 

Century Bldg.; res. 5365 Darlington Rd., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

George Wheeler Babcock ^ a v' 

A. B. 1902. Member River Valley and Tavern 

Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Puritan Cordage Mills, 1564 Story Ave.; res. 

Rockledge, Louisville, Ky. 

Courtlandt Dixon Barnes 

Broker. 

74 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Charles Houghton Baxter 



Yv 



c^p 



A. B. 1902. 

Insurance broker. 

80 Maiden Lane; res. 100 \\'. 80th St., New 

York, N. Y. 



Dixon Boardman 



(J Y V 



A. B. 1902. Track. Member Yale, Westches- 
ter Country and Pelham Country Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

E. I. S. Motion Picture Corp., 203 W. 40th St.. 
New York; res. James St., Pelham Manor, 
N. Y. 



Newton Case Brainard 



OSv 



A. B. 1902. Wolf's Head; Kappa Psi. 

Manufacturer. 

Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 141 Pearl St. 

res. 95 Washington St., Hartford, Conn. 



Graham Brush 



a S V 



A. B. 1902. Oration Appointment. Member 

St. Nicholas Soc; Vale, University and The 

Recess (New York) and Talbot Country 

(Easton, Md.) Clubs. 

Financier. 

24 Broad St.; res. 222 W. S9th St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Julian Winsor Burdick* 



0i;v 



Wolf's Head. Member Yale (New York). 

Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh Athletic Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

West Pennsylvania Steel Co., Brackenridge; 

res. No. 3 Von Tent PI.. Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Alfred Miller Cressler 



^ ff V 



A. B. 1902; A. M. 1908. Skull and Bones; 
Chi Delta Theta. Editor Yale Literary Maga- 
zine; Second Colloquy Appointment. Member 
Chicago Club (Chicago, 111.). 



Banker. 

W. H. Fillmore & Co., St. Paul Bldg., Cincin- 
nati; res. 232 Wyoming Ave., Wyoming, Ohio. 



James Rogers Deering 



aJ^v 



A. B. 1902. Scroll and Key. Executive Com- 
mittee West End Assn. Member Yale, Man- 
hattan and Racquet and Tennis Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
135 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 



Henry Sturges Ely 



QoM 

A. B. 1902. Phi Beta Kappa; Statistician; 
Editor Senior Class Book. Yale Daily News and 
Yale Record; Business Mgr. Yale Courant. 
Chairman Publicity Committee Commercial 
Club; Pres. University Club. Member Uni- 
versity, Commercial, Country and Cedar 
Rapids Ad Clubs. 
Real Estate. 

403 Security Bldg.; res. 509 Knollwood Drive, 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 



Alton Farrel 



6v 



A. B. 1902. Alternate to Republican Conven- 
tion, Chicago, 08 and 12; Presidential Elector. 
08; State Senator. Member Union League and 
Yale (New York), Graduates', Country and 
Lawn (New Haven) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 
30 Main St.; res. 37 State St., Ansonia, Conn. 



Alfred Ludlow Ferguson 



aGv 



A. B. 1902. 
Merchant. 

15 William St., New York, N. Y. ; res. Green- 
wich, Conn. 



Robert Hale Ives Goddard 



6).v 



A. B. 1902. 

Manufacturing. 

50 S. Main St.; res. 66 Power St., Providence, 

R. I. 



William Potter Haines 



tHp' 



A. B. 1902. .Member University Club. 
Insurance Broker. 

418 White Bldg.; res. 71 Cleveland Ave., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Henrv William Hamlin 



Xv 



A. B. 1902; LL. B. 1904 New York Law School. 
Phi Delta Phi. Honors in History; Honorable 
Mention: John A. Porter Prize in Am. His- 
tory; Editor Yale Daily News; Tennis. 
Lawyer. 

70 S. Main St.; res. 61 Howell St.. Canan- 
daigua, N. Y. 



James Crane Higgins 



! Y] e 

A. B. 1902; LL. B. 1906 Columbia. Member 

Yale Club; New York City Bar Assn.; Loyal 

Legion. 

Lawyer. 

31 Nassau St.: res. 27 Washington Sq. N., 

New York, N. Y. 



Henry Stewart Hooker 



e[iv 



A. B. 1902. Scroll and Key. Crew (3): Uni- 
versity Four (2) ; Freshman Crew (Capt) ; 
Freshman Football. Mayor's Committee on Na- 
tional Defense. IVfember Union, Yale, Tuxedo 
and Racquet and Tennis Clubs; Bar Assn. 
Lawyer. 

52 Wall St.; res. 50 Vanderbilt Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 



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BETA CHAPTER 



179 



George Huntington Hull, Jr. ^av' 

A. B. 1902. Wolf's Head. Member Tuxedo, 

Baltusrol Golf and Yale Clubs. 

Investment Securities. 

27 Pine St., New York, N. Y.; res. Short Hills, 

X. J. 

Frederic Rose Keator ^ a 'v 

A. B. 1902. Dissertation Appointment Sopho- 
more and Senior Years. Member Vale Club; 
Sons of the Revolution in the State of New 
N'ork; Soc. of Colonial Wars; Holland and St. 
Nicholas Socs. 
Lawyer. 

22 Exchange PL; res. 583 Riverside Drive, 
New York, N. Y. 



Herman Warren Knox 



a [J. V 



Eta Phi. Member Yale and Rumson Country 

Clubs. 

Publisher. 

115 Broadway; res. 1270 Madison Ave., New 

York, N. Y. ' 



George Lear, 2d 



6 7C V 



A. B. 1902. 

Manufacturer. 

United Gas Improvement Co.. Broad and .Vrcli 

Sts. ; res. School Lane and Pulaski Ave. (Ger- 

mantown), Philadelphia. Pa. 



George Walter Lindenberg 



epv 



A. B. 1902. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Mem- 
ber Columbus Athletic and Arlington Country 
Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Columbia Brass Co., 538 Dublin Ave.; res. 42 
.\uburn Ave., Columbus, Ohio. 

Benjamin Robbins Curtis Low azv 

A. B. 1902; LL. B. 1905 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Elihu Club. Pres. Phi Beta Kappa. 
.\uthor "The Sailor Who Has Sailed;" ".X 
Wand and Strings;" "Tlie House That W.ns." 
Member Yale, Harvard, University and Mid- 
day Clubs; Assn. of the Bar of the City of 
New York. 
Lawyer. 

30 Broad St., New York; res. 58 Remsen St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

-Arthur Crosby Ludington* a p v 

A. B. 1902. d. 1914 

W'illard Blackinton Luther y S '% 

A. B. 1902: A. M. 1905: LL. B. 19(lS Harvard. 
Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Elihu. Ser- 
geant Battery D, 1st Field Artillery, N. G. 
Mass. Member Milton, Oakley Country, Har- 
vard and Yale (Boston) and Graduates' (New 
Haven) Clubs; Harvard Musical. Boston Bar 
and Mass. Bar Assns. 
Lawyer. 

16 State St., Boston; res. 64 Canton St., Milton, 
Mass. 

Norman Howell Mason a v 

A. B. 1902. 

Merchant. 

(Athens Apts., Ardmore, Pa.) 

'ayson AlcLane Merrill a j v 

A. 1'.. 1902. X.I Phi. Phelps As'^n.: Yolc 

Xcu's. Member Yale, Racquet and Tennis, 

Rockaway Hunt and Graduates' (New Haven) 

Clubs. 

Real Estate and Insurance. 

9 E. 44th St., New York; res. Cedarhust, N. Y. 



Henry Pendleton Rogers 



OTv 

A. B. 1902. Member Knickerbocker, Racquet 

and Tennis, Tuxedo and Garden City Golf 

Clubs. 

Broker. 

20 Broad St., New York; res. Tuxedo Park, 

N. Y. 



Frank Huestin Sincerbeaux 



Tv 



A. B. 1902; LL. B. 1905 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Skull and Bones. Salutatorian; Water- 
man Scholar; Won Thatcher Prize in Debating. 
Lawyer. 

46 Cedar St., New York; res. 110 Newbold PI., 
Kew Gardens, N. Y. 



Aubrey Adam Smith 



A. B. 1902. State Representative, 07; State 

Senator, 11. Member Omaha and Omaha 

Country Clubs. 

Banker. 

St. Edward, Nebr. 



Edwin Allen Stebbins 



(7 ^ V 



A. B. 1902. Skull and Bones. Member Uni- 
versity and Rochester Tennis Clubs. 
Fruit Grower. 

87 Franklin St.; res. Clover St. (Brighton), 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Henry Budington Stoddard ff ^ v 

A: B. 1902. Baseball; Hockey (Capt.). 

Lawyer. 

499 Washington Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 



Samuel Harold Stone 



Oev 



A. B. 1902; LL. B. 1904 Syracuse. Skull and 

Bones; Eta Phi. 

Lawyer. 

Onondaga Bank Bldg., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Joseph Rockwell Swan a £ v 

A. B. 1902. Skull and Bones; He Boule. Mem- 
ber Racquet and Tennis, Yale and Metropolitan 
Clubs. 
Banker. 
5 Nassau St., New York; res. Roslyn, N. Y. 

Reginald Claypoole Vanderbilt 6 ^ v 

A. B. 1902. Wolf's Head; He Boule. Pres. 
Am. Hackney Horse Soc; Dir. National Horse 
-Show Assn. of America. Member Brook, 
Knickerbocker, Metropolitan, Coaching, Turf 
and Field, Riding and Driving, Racquet and 
Tennis, .Xutomobile of .\nierica, Westchester 
Polo, Meadowbrook (N. Y'), Four-in-Hand 
(Philadelphia), Massachusetts Automobile (Bos- 
ton), Hope (Providence) and Travellers' 
(Paris) Clubs; Citizens' Business (Newport, R. 
I.) Assn.; Newport Reading Room; Newport 
Casino. 
Investor. 

Grand Central Terminal; res. 12 E. 77th St., 
New York, N. Y. 



1903 

Charles Roberts Aldrich 



Off'p 



A. B. 1903. Phi Delta Phi. Snecia' Senior 
Honors in English Literature. Member Uni- 
versity (Washington, D. C.) Club. Son of 
Charles Henry Aldrich, Phi 75. 
Lawver. 

5 Nassau St.; res. 119 Washington PI., New 
York, N. Y. 



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BETA CHAPTER 



[1903 



Charles Crooke Auchincloss 



Oa'p 



A. B. 1903. Scroll and Key; He Boule. Crew 
Treas. Prison Assn. of N. Y. Member Univer 
sity, Racquet and Tennis, Union and Knicker 
booker Clubs. Son of Edgar Stirling Auchin 
closs, Delta 64, brother of Hugh Auchincloss, 
Beta 01. James Coats Auchincloss and Gordon 
Auchincloss, Beta 08 and nephew of Frederic 
Auchincloss, Beta 71 and Hugh Dudley Auchin- 
closs, Beta 79. 
Lawyer. 

61 Broadway; res. 12 E. 71st St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Charles Russell Auchincloss 



^g'p 



A. B. 1903. Scroll and Key; He Boule. Mem- 
ber Garden City (N. Y.), Golf and Union Clubs. 
Broker. 

20 Broad St.; res. 27 W. 53d St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Ralph Bristol 



0aV 



A. B. 1903. Wolf's Head. Member Yala 

Club. 

Broker. 

IS Broad St., New York, N. Y.; res. 9 Glen 

Rd., iMontclair, N. J. 

George Brewster Chadwick 6 a 'p 

A. B. 1903. 

Manufacturer. 

The Paterson Mfg. Co., Limited, 172 King St. 

E., Toronto, Canada. 

Arthur Morris Collens 



6a'p 



A. B. 1903. Member Hartford Golf, Plain- 
field (N. J.) Country and Yale (New York) 
Clubs. 
Insurance. 

Phoenix Insurance Co., 49 Pearl St.,; res. 205 
Beacon St., Hartford, Conn. 



Erastus Corning 



Gff'p 



A. B. 1903; M. D. 1907 Union Univ. Trustee 
New York State Coll. for Teachers; New York 
State Hosp. for Tuberculosis. Member Albany 
Country and Yale (New York) Clubs; Univer- 
sity Club of Albany. 
Physician. 

72 S. Swan St.; res. 219 Lark St. Albany, 
N. Y. 



James Pigott Cronan 



ea'p 



A. B. 1903. See Eta 08 

Banker. 

Union and New Haven Trust Co., New Haven, 

Conn. 

Charles Orrin Day, Jr. a p' 

A. B. 1903; M. D. 1907 Harvard. 

Physician. 

Main St., Hingham, Mass. 

Rodney Dean Day B S 6 

A. B. 1903; M. E. 1906 Cornell. See Chi 06. 
Manufacturer. 

Pollnk Steel Co.; res. 3738 Clifton Ave., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Clive Livingston Du Val 



9a'p 



A. B. 1903. Scroll and Key; Kappa Psi. Mgr. 

Track; Mgr. Athletic Assn. Member Yale and 

Hamilton (Brooklyn) Clubs. 

Broker. 

74 Broadway; res. 875 Park Ave., New York, 

N. Y. 



Robert Hall Ewell 

A. B. 1903; LL. B. 1906 Harvard. 
Lawyer. 



eap' 



61 Broadway; res. 315 W. 97th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

Mansfield Ferry pop' 

A. B. 1903; LL. B. 1909 Harvard. Editor 

Harvard Law Review. Member Ardsley (N. 

Y.) Saddle and Cycle (Chicago), Universitv, 

City, Midday, Harvard and Automobile Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

Onteora Club, Tannersville, N. Y. 



Morton Cross Fitch 



Qgq 



A. B. 1903; LL. B. 1905 New York Law School. 
Elihu Club. Member Yale and University Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

32 Nassau St., New York; res. 14 Sidney PI., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Alan Fox 6 a p 

A. B. 1903; LL. B. 1906 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Elihu Club. Mgr. Football; M^r. Debat- 
ing Team. Member Yale, Harvard, City Mid 
day. Republican, Squadron A and Ardsley 
rNew York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
50 Pine St.; res. 9 E. 10th St., New York, N. Y. 

Gap 



George Augustus Goss 



William Poyntell Johnston 



A. B. 1903. 

Manufacturer. 

(Scovill Mfg. Co., 99 Mill St.; res. 117 Pine St., 

Waterbury, Conn.) 

pep 

A. B. 1903. Kappa Psi; Elihu Club. Freshman 
Crew; Football. Member Wilmington, Wilming- 
ton Country and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Banker. 

700 Equitable Bldg.; res. 1514 W. 14th St., 
Wilmington, Del. 

Albert Richard Lamb ? ^'p 

A. B. 1903; M. D. 1907 Columbia. Skull and 
Bones; Eta Phi. Asst. Attending Phys. Presby- 
terian Hosp. Member Yale and Racquet and 
Tennis Clubs. 
Physician. 

101 E. 74th St.; res. 171 E. 71st St., New York. 
N. Y. 

Randolph Lyons pap 

A. B. 1903; M. D. 1907 Tulane Univ. Wolf's 
Head: Kappa Psi; University and New Haven 
Lawn Clubs; Yale Dramatic Assn. Asst. Prof, of 
Clinical Medicine, Tulane Univ.; Visiting Phys. 
New Orleans Charity Hosp.; Junior Phys. Town 
Infirmary. Member Boston (New Orleans) and 
New Orleans Lawn Tennis Clubs and Yale Club 
of Louisiana. 
Physician. 

1206 Maison Blanche Bldg.; res. 1428 1st St., 
^few Orleans, La. 

Paul Ford Mann p a 'p 

A. B. 1903. Wolf's Head. Sergeant Troop I, 

First N. Y. Cavalry. Member Saturn and Park 

Clubs. 

Architect. 

Dun Bldg.; res. 37 Allen St., Buffalo, N. Y. 



Charles Arthur Moore, Jr. 

A. B. 'l903. 
(Greenwich, Conn.) 

Daniel Harris Morgan 



pa p 



pa p 

A. B. 1903. Member Mass. Legislature, 06-07. 

Capt. Governor's (Conn.) Staff, 07. 

Banker. 

40 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; res. Southport, 

Conn. 



1903-04] 



BETA CHAPTER 



181 



Augustus Kountze Oliver 



pa p 

A. B. 1903. Wolf's Head; Kappa Psi. Editor 
Yale Record; Hockey. Trustee Carnegie Inst.; 
Homoeopathic Hosp. (Pittsburgli). Member 
Diuiuesne. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Golf, Pitts- 
burgh Field, Allegheny Country and Yale (New 
York) Clubs. 
Publisher. 
Gazette Sq.; res. 3 Colonial PI., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



George French Porter 



pop 



A. B. 1903. 

I'innncier. 

38 S. Dearborn St.; res. 12 E. Scott St., Chicago, 

111. 



Reeve Schley 



P^ p 

A, B. 1903; LL. B. 1906 Columbia. Wolf's Head; 
Knnpa Psi. Crew (Capt.); Tennis; Merr. Hockey; 
Editor Yale Banner; Ten Eyck Premium. Mem- 
ber Metropolitan, Rumson (N. J.) Countrv and 
Yale Clubs. 
Lawyer. 
62 Cedar St., New York, N. Y. 

Brockholst Mathewson Smith p <? 'p 

A. B. 1903. Scroll and Key; Eta Phi. Hockey; 

Freshman Baseball. Member Agawam Hunt, 

Hope. Yale (New York) and Harvard Travelers' 

Clubs; Yale Alumni Assn. of Rhode Island. 

Insurance. 

412 Grosvenor Bldg., Providence, R. I. 



Henry Root Stern 



KBH' 



A. B. 1903; LL. B. and A. M. 1906 Columbia. 

Townsend Premium and DeForest Medal, 03 ; 

Hockey, 02-03. Member Psi L^psilon, Yale and 

Midday Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

61 Broadway; res. 131 E. 62d St., New York, 

N. Y. 

Theron Roundell Strong pop 

A. B. 1903. Banjo and Mandolin Clubs; Four 
Oar Crew, 02. Asst. Dist. Atty. of New York; 
-Military Staff (jovernor of N. V. Member New 
York Yacht, Squadron .A and Yale Clubs; 
Assn. of the Bar of the City of New York. 
Lawyer. 

30 Pine St.; res. 29 E. 6Sth St., New York, 
N. Y. 

Thomas Sturgis p a 'p 

A. B. 1903. Eta Phi. Hockey; Tennis. Member 

Yale and Union Clubs; New York Tennis Assn. 

Engineer. 

500 Cedar Ave., Richmond Hill, N. Y. 

Ralph Huntington Thacher p ^ 'p 

A. B. 1903. Member Yahnundahsis Golf and 

Rome Clubs. 

Broker. 

98 Utica City National Bank Bldg., Utica; res. 

508 N. George St., Rome, N. Y. 

Harry Brown Van Deventer pop' 

A. B. 1903; A. M. 1904; Ph. D. 1907. Asst. Prof. 

of Latin Univ. of Pa. 

Educator. 

University of Pa., Philadelphia, Pa.; res. 531 N. 

Broad St., Elizabeth, N. J. 



Henry Mitchell Wallace 



per p 

Member 



A. B. 1903. Skull and Bones. 

Graduates' (New Haven) Club. 

Manufacturer. 

American Brass Co.; res. 84 N. Cliff St. 

Ansonia, Conn. 



Antonio Johnston Waring pop' 

A. B. 1903; M. D. 1908 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Skull and Bones; Alpha Omega .Mpha 
(Columbia); Omega Club. Chairman Yale 
Literary Mazacine. \"ice Pres. Cicorgia Med. 
Soc; Attending Phys. St. Joseph's Hosp. and 
Oglethorpe Sanatorium. Member Cotillion and 
Oglethorpe Clubs. 
Physician. 

3 Perry St. W.; res. 512 Waldburg St. E., 
Savannah, Ga. 



John Richards WHiite* 

A. B. 1903. 

1904 

James Henry Brewster, Jr. 



d. 1911 



K$n 

A. B. 1904. Wolf's Head. Member Graduates' 

(New Haven), Bankers', Yale and Plainfield 

Country Clubs. 

Banker. 

37 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; res. 1314 

Watchung Ave., Plainiield, N. J. 



Favette Brown 



(}^ X p' 



A. B. 1904. Scroll and Key. Member Troop 
A, 1st Ohio Cavalry. Member Union, Tavern, 
Country, Mayfie'd and Chagrin Valley Hunt, 
Yale (New York), Duquesne (Pittsburgh) 
and Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

1624 Rockefeller Bldg.; res. 1933 E. 87th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 



Donald Charles Bunn 

A. B. 1904. 
Farmer. 
Prosser, Wash. 

Nelson Stuart Campbell 



^Hp^ 



BxP' 

A. B. 1904. Scroll and Key. Golf (Capt.). 
Member Hope, Agawam Hunt and Providence 
Art Clubs. 
Buyer. 

15 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.; res. 150 Water- 
man St., Providence. R. I. 

Russell Cheney tp tc p' 

A. B. 1904. Skull and Bones. Pres. Art 

.Students' League of New York, 11. Member 

Yale (New York) Club. 

Artist. 

South Manchester, Conn. 

Gerald Chittenden 



41 Tl p' 

A. B. 1904; A. M. 1908. Scroll and Key. 
Townsend Orator. Schoolmaster St. Paul's 
School. Author "The Anvil of Chance." Mem- 
ber Klizabethan 'New Haven) and University 
(New York) Clubs. 
Educator. 
St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H. 



Edwin Jones Clapp 



¥np^ 



A. B. 1904; Ph. D. 1910 Univ. of Berlin. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Elihu Club. Track (Capt.); Ten- 
nis. Instr. of Political Economy. Yale, 10-11; 
Prof, of Economics, New York LTniv. since 11. 
-\uthor "Navigable Rhine;" "Port of Ham- 
burg;" "Economic Aspects of the War;" "Port 
of Boston;" "Transportation and Traffic." 
Member Yale and City Clubs. 
Educator. 

New York LTntversitv; res. 2256 Andrews Ave., 
New York, N. Y. 



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Walter Snell Cross 



^xp' 



A. B 1904. Skull and Bones. Crew (Capt.) 

(4). 

Christian Science Practitioner. 
505 Title Bldg. ; res. The Homewood Apts., Bal- 
timore, Md. 



Henry Corwith Dangler 



^rip^ 



A. B. 1904. Member Chicago and University 

Clubs. 

Architect. 

2020 S. Michigan Ave.; res. 2708 Lake View 

Ave., Chicago, 111. 



Charles Alexander Esty 



BUp' 



A. B. 1904. 

Merchant. 

54 Commercial St., Worcester; res. 7 Temple 

St., Saxonville, Mass. 

Dwight Thompson Farnham x ^ ^•' 

A. B. 1904. Editor Yale News; Mgr. Gym- 
nasium Team. 
Industrial Engineer. 
Third National Bank Bldg.. St. Louis, Mo. 



Thomas Robert Gaines 



OPX' 



Douglas Bannan Green 



<|; X p' 



A. B. 1904; LL. B. 1906 New York Law School. 

Member Yale and Graduates' Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

1 Liberty St.; res. 50 Vanderbilt Ave., New 

York, N. Y. 



Francis Edwin Rowland 



A. B. 1904. Phi Beta Kappa. Chamberlain 
Greek Prize; Berkeley Premium; 2d Robinson 
Latin Prize; Fencing (3). (4); (Capt. 4). 
Member University Club (New York). 
Agriculture. 

Tacajo, Oriente, Cuba; res.' care Stanley How- 
land, Ashcville, N. C. 



Percy Hall Jennings 



l|l TT p^ 



A. B. 1904. Skull and Bones. Golf Team. 

Member Yale and University Clubs. 

Merchant. 

American Trading Co., 25 Broad St.; res. 39 

E. 39th St., New York, N. Y. 

KoH' 



Allen Hmnphreys Kerr 



A. B. 1904; LL. B. 1907 Univ. of Pittsburgh. 

Lawyer. 

1027 Carnegie Bldg.; res. 5737 Holden St., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 



John Caspar Kittle 



(];':: p' 



A. B. 1904. Member University Club. 

Merchant. 

American Trading Co.. 244 California St., San 

Francisco; res. Ross, Cal. 



A. B. 1904. Elihu Club. 
Engineer. 

309 E. 8th St., Los Angeles; res. 786 S. Madi- 
son Ave., Pasadena, Cal. 

Alexander Gordon K F X' 

A. B. 1904. Chi Delta Theta; Pundits. Mem- ' 

ber Assn. of the Bar City of New York; Yale 

Club. 

Lawyer. 

61 Broadway, New York; res. 44 Sanford Ave., 

Flushing, N. Y. 



Howell Gurney Lord 



BHS^ 



A. B. 1904. 
Insurance. 
IS Clinton St. 
N. J. 



res. 608 Clifton Ave., Newark, 



Lawrence Mason 



P TC p' 



A. B. 1904; A. M. 1911; Ph. D. 1913. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Elihu and Elizabethan Clubs. 
Dramatic Assn.; Honors in English; Editor 
Yale News and Yale Record. Instr. in English, 
Yale since 07. Member Graduates', Lawn 
and Waterbury Country Clubs; The Patrizates. 
Educator. 
604 Chapel St., New Haven, Conn. 



Harold Grant Metcalf 



KoL 



A. B. 1904. Skull and Bones. Football; 

Baseball. Member Yale (New York), Auburn 

City and Owasco Country Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

39 William St., Auburn, N. Y. 



James Ely Miller 



KS [ 



A. B. 1904. Football; Crew; Glee Club. Treas. 

National Committee on Prisons. Member 

Union, University, Racquet and Tennis and 

Aero Clubs. 

Banker. 

Columbia Trust Co., 358 Fifth Ave.; res. 500 

Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 



Edgar Munson 



tj; X p' 



A. B. 1904; LL. B. 1907. Wolf's Head; Phi 
Delta Phi. Pres. Yale Dramatic Assn. Mem- 
ber County, Ross and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

First National Bank Bldg.; res. 830 First Ave., 
M'illiamsport, Pa. 



George Sharp Munson 



^TCp' 



A. B. 1904; LL. B. 1907. Member Rittenhouse, 

Cricket (Merion, Pa.) and Yale (New York) 

Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

715 Walnut St., Philadelphia; res. Merion 

Ave., Overbrook, Pa. 



Paul Sprague Ney 



tj; x p' 



A. B. 1904. Wolf's Head. Glee Club. Mem- 
ber University Club of Hartford. 
Farmer. 
Farmington, Conn. 

Martin Henry O'Brien 

Initiated by the Psi 

Alexander Holley Olmsted ^"^ ? 

A. B. 1904. Scroll and Key. Member Mining 

and Metallurgical Club. 

Engineer. 

3 London Wall Bldgs., London, England. 



Lansing Parmelee Reed 



tp X p^ 



A. B. 1904; LL. B. 1908 Harvard. Skull and 

Bones; Phi Delta Phi (Harvard). 

Lawyer. 

IS Broad St.; res. 116 E. 63d St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Carleton Shaw 



(]; X p^ 



A. B. 1904. Elihu Club. Rowing. Member 

Toledo, Toledo Country, Toledo Tennis and 

Ottawa (Can.) Shooting Clubs. 

Broker. 

Gardner Bldg.; res. Secor Hotel, Toledo, Ohio. 



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William Strong" Slade X <P '^- 

A. B. 1904. Member University, West Side 

Tennis and Knickerbocker Country Clubs. 

Broker. 

49 Wall St., New York, N. Y.; res. Englewood, 

N. J. 



Willard Burr Soper 



Np' 



A. B. 1904; M. D. 1908 Columbia. Skull and 

Bones. Football. Member Yale (New Vork; 

Club. 

Physician. 

105 Main St.; res. 143 Park Ave., Saranac 

Lake, N. Y. 

Henry Hamlin Stebbins, Jr. ^ it p' 

A. B. 1904. Elihu Chib. Member University 

Club and Tennis Club of Rochester, Inc. 

Manufacturer. 

.S5 Franklin St., Rochester; res. Clover St., 

Brighton, N. Y. 

A. B. 1904. Skull and Bones. Member Yale 

and University Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

62 Cedar St.; res. 162 E. 70th St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Thomas Day Thacher 



Francis Eames Walton 



K to t 



A. B. 1904. First Armored Motor Battery; 

Trcas. Upanin Club. Member Richmond 

County (N. Y.) Country, Yale, Hamilton and 

Civic Clubs: Heights Casino. 

Merchant. 

164 Chambers St., New York; res. 106 Willow 

St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Georfje William Welsh 



o^i^n^ 



A. B. 1904. Member Yale, KnoUwood Coun- 
try (White Plains) and Richmond County 
Country Clubs. 
Merchant. 
213 Broadway; res. Yale Club, New York, N. Y. 

Frederick Holme Wiggin ^ x p' 

A. B. 1904; LL. B. 1909. Skull and Bones; 

Glee Club (Leader). Member Graduates' and 

Lawn Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

42 Church St.; res. 92 Avon St., New Haven, 

Conn. 

James Haydon Womelsdorf B x p' 

A. B. 1904. 

Lawyer. 

(764 Penn St., Reading, Pa.) 



John Eastman Woodruff 



P<^ P 



A. B. 1904. Wolf's Head. Son of Timothy 

Lester Woodruff, Beta 80. 

Manufacturer. 

218 W. 42d St., New York, N. Y.; res. 119 Old 

Church Rd., Greenwich, Cnnn. 



1905 



Fred Ackert 



Bxn' 



A. B. 1905. Scroll and Key. Member Chicago, 
Saddle and Cycle, University and Onwentsia 
Clubs. 
Broker. 

200 S. La Salle St., Chicago; res. Lake Forest, 
HI. 



George Milmine Bodman 



BHO' 



A. B. 1,905. 

Banker. 

Cyrus J. Lawrence & Sons, 15 Wall St.; res. 

835 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 



Herbert Luther Bodman 



(];DK 



A. B. 1905. Track; Ten Eyck Speaker. 

Chairman Executive Committee Honest Ballot 

Assn. Member University, Metropolitan, Yale, 

City, Squadron A and West Side Tennis Clubs. 

Merchant. 

401 Produce Exchange; res. 835 Madison Ave., 

New York, N. Y. 



Arthur Howe Bradford 



^vi 



A. B. 1905; D. D. 1916 Middlebury CoU. Skull 
and Bones. 2d McLaughlin Prize in English 
Composition; 2d Dispute Scholarship Appoint- 
ment; Pres. Yale Coll. Y. M. C. A. Pastor Con- 
gregational Church. Member Pythian and Kit 
Kat Clubs. 
Clergyman. 
23 Court St., Rutland, Vt. 

John Sidney Brown, Jr. B 11 1 

A. B. 1905. 

Merchant. 

(909 Grant Ave., Denver, Colo.) 

Charles Ston'e Bulkley 11 CO 

A. B. 1905; LL. B. 1908 Columbia. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Phi Delta Phi (Columbia). Editor 
Columbian Law Review. Member Short Hills, 
Canoe Brook Country and Yale (New York) 
Clubs. See Lambda 08 
Lawyer. 

62 Cedar St.. New York, N. Y.; res. Jefferson 
Rd., Short Hills, N. J. 

F[rederick] Burnham Chapman 

BHp^ 

A. B. 1905. Member Yale (New York) Club. 
See Lambda 08. 

(4 E. 39th St., New York; res. Pelham Manor 
Rd., Pelham Manor, N. Y.) 



Albert Merrill Coit 



KCA' 



A. B. 1905. Member University Club. 

Broker. 

320 Borland Bldg.; res. 2650 Lakeview Ave., 

Chicago, 111. 



Boyd Graphic Curts 



^wO' 



Paul Holroyd Curts 



A. B. 1905. 

Banker. 

Empire Trust Co., 120 Broadway, New York; 

res. 611 E. 17th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

B^-'A 

A. B. 1905; A. M. 1907; Ph. D. 1909. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Sigma Xi. Instr. in German, Yale, 07- 
08; Assoc. Prof, of German, Wesleyan IJniv. 
since 08. Member Middletown Yacht Club. 
Educator. 

Wesleyan University; res. 256 College St., Mid- 
dletown, Conn. 



Robert Duff Dalzell 



no's 



A. B. 1905; LL. B. 1909 George Washington 
Univ. Member University and Oakmont Coun- 
try Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

480 Fourth Ave.; res. 6603 Ridgeville St., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 



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David [Edward] Dangler B o TI 

A. B. 1905; A. M. 1908. Member Chicago, 

University and Onwentsia Clubs. 

Banker. 

National City Bank of Chicago; res. 942 Lake 

Shore Drive, Chicago, 111. 

Lowell Chester Frost H o 6 

A. B. 1905; M. D. 1911 Univ. of Cal. Elihu and 
University Clubs; Pundits; Nu Sigma Nu 
(Cal.). Attending Phys. Los Angeles Chil- 
dren's Hosp. 
Physician. 

6422 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles; res. 813 
Camden Drive, Beverly Hills, Cal. 



Alfred Ernest Hamill 



B<i^n 



A. B. 1905. Member Chicago and Onwentsia 

Clubs. 

Broker. 

208 S. La Salle St., Chicago; res. Lake Forest, 

111. 



Buell Hollister 



BWC 



A. B. 1905. Pres. Dramatic Assn; Crew; 

Fencing. Treas. East Side Y. M. C. A. Assn. 

Member Sons of Revolution; South Side 

Sportsmen's, Matamajaw Salmon, Racquet and 

Tennis and Union Clubs. 

Banker and Broker. 

55 Wall St., New York; res. Islip, N. Y. 

James Lawrence Houghteling, Jr. 

OP 'A 

A. B. 1905; Phi Beta Kappa. N. G. III. Mem- 
ber University, Saddle and Cycle, Indian Hill, 
Onwentsia, Union (Cleveland), Yale (New 
York) and Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. 
Banker. 

10 S. La Salle St., Chicago; res. 731 Prospect 
Ave., Winnetka, III. 

Pharselus Verona Crittenden Jackson 

Initiated by the Upsilon 

Louis White Johnston B C 'K 

A. B. 1905. Member Rochester Country and 

University Clubs. 

Merchant. 

Sibley, Lindsay & Curr Co., 250 Main St. E.; 

res. 5 Arnold Park, Rochester, N. Y. 



Charles Lanier Lawrance 



T(Ot^ 



A. B. 1905. 

Engineer. 

1790 Broadway, New York; res. Bay Shore. 

N. Y. 

S[amuel] Livingston Mather B@A 

A. B. 1905. Swimming Team. Member Union, 

University, Tavern, Country, Little Mountain, 

Chagrin Valley Hunt, University (Chicago) 

and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Rockefeller BIdg; res. 10823 Magnolia Drive, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



Chester Trenholm Neal 



^yH 



A. B. 1905. Elihu Club. Member Yale, Un- 

derwriters' and Montclair Clubs. 

Patent Lawyer. 

2 Rector St.,. New York, N. Y.; res. 18 Car- 

teret St., Upper Montclair, N. J. 



Levi Fatzinger Noble n 'K 

A. B. 1905; A. M. 1907; Ph. D. 1909. Phi. Beta 
Kappa; Sigma Xi; Elihu Club. Asst. Geologist, 
U. S. Geological Survey. Member Geological 
Soc. of America; Am. Geographical Soc. of New 
York; Graduates' (New Haven) and Owasco 
Country (Auburn, N. Y.) Clubs. 
Geologist. 
Valyermo Ranch, Valyermo, Cal. 



Charles Reinold Noyes 



t^pn 



A. B. 1905. Dir. Assn. of Commerce and 
United Charities; Trustee St. Paul Acad. Mem- 
ber White Bear Yacht, University, Minnesota, 
Town and Country and St. Paul Curling Clubs. 
Merchant. 

6th and Sibley Sts.; res. 1 Heather PI., St. Paul, 
Minn. 



D[aniel] Raymond Noyes 



BX 



I 

A. B. 1905. Scroll and Key. Member^Yale, 

University, Squash and Metropolitan Clubs; 

Down Town Assn. 

Banker. 

59 Wall St.; res. 12 E. 76th St., New York, 

N. Y. 



William Frederick Peter 



OHA 



A. B. 1905; LL. B. 1908 Columbia. 

Lawyer. 

Grand Central Station, Chicago; res. 1228 Hin- 

man Ave., Evanston, III. 

Bryant Hawk Prentice e X O' 

A. B. 1905. Scroll and Key. Member Saturn 

and Ellicott (Buffalo), East Aurora, and 

Ea.st Aurora Country, Niagara (Niagara Falls) 

and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Broker. 

Marine Bank Bldg., Buffalo; res. East Aurora, 

N. Y. 

Henry Augustine Raymond ^* o) 11 

A. B. 1905. Scroll and Key; Boat Club. Sec. 
and Treas. Children's Aid Soc. Member Uni- 
versity, Tavern and Country Clubs. 
Salesman. .^ 

Cliff Iron Co., Rockefeller Bldg.; res. 1560 E. 
115th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Edmund Pendleton Rogers B « C 

A. B. 1905. Skull and Bones. Chairman Junior 
Promenade Committee; Pres. Yale Univ. 
Club. Member Knickerbocker, New York Yacht, 
Yale, Racquet and Tennis, Garden City (New 
York), Golf, Country (Westchester), Graduates' 
(New Haven), Somerset Hills Golf and Country 
(Far Hills, N. J.), National Golf, Shinnecock 
Hills (Southampton, N. Y.) and Dutchess Golf 
and Country (Poughkeepsie, N. Y.) Clubs. 
Banker. 

Union Trust Co., 80 Broadway; res. 116 E, 6jd 
St., New York. N. Y. 

James Grafton Rogers B w 11' 

A. B. 1905; LL. B. 1908 Univ. of Denver. Elihu 
Club; Chi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi; Theta Nu 
Epsilon and Lambda Sigma (Denver). Editor 
Yale Literary Magazine; Yale Record; Yale 
Cotirant; Member Dramatic Assn.; Glee Club. 
Asst. Atty.-General of Colo., 09-10; Prof, of 
Law, Denver Univ., 10; Sec. University Club 
of Denver. 15; Founder and Pres. Civic League 
of Denver, 12; Colorado Mountain Club, 12; 
Dir. Denver Symphony Orchestra. Member 
Colorado Bar and Denver Bar Assns.; Univer- 
sity, Mile High, Denver Press, Cactus and Colo- 



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185 



rado Mountain Clubs; Colorado Vale and Den- 
ver Civic and Commercial Assns. 
Lawver. 

406 'McPhee Bldg. ; res. 222 W. Colfax Ave., 
Denver, Colo. 

Chauncey Milton Sincerbeaux i v K' 

A. B. 1905; LL. B. 1910. George Washington 

Law School. 

Lawyer. 

Van Evcrcn, Fish & Hildreth, 53 State St., 

Boston; res. 56 Ashford St., Allston, Mass. 

John Carrol Slade t ^K 

A. B. 1905; LL. B. 1907. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi 
Delta Phi.; Linonian; Sophomore Wrangler; 
Corbey Court. Scott-Hurt and Waterman 
Scholarships; DeForest Gold Medal and Town- 
sent Prize for Oratory; Pres. Phi Beta Kappa, 
05; Yale-Harvard Debate. 07. Member Glen 
View, Evanston and Evanston Country Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

Brown & Slade, 105 S. LaSalle St., Chicago; res. 
1130 Sheridan Rd., Evanston, 111. 

Henry Blanchard Spaulding t 8 A' 

A. B. 1905. Elihu Club. Member Saturn, 

Country and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

615 White Bldg.; res. 150 Chapin Parkway, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Frank Squier B H 'A 

A. B. 1905. Member Yale Club. 

Merchant. 

100 Hudson St., New York; res. 32 Prospect 

Park W., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Howard Taft B v t 

A. B. 1905. 

Journalist. 

(308 Pike St., Cincinnati, Ohio). 

Robert Fingland Tilney, 2d B v Yl 

A. B. 1905. Skull and Bones; Y. M. C. A.; 
University Club. Junior Promenade Committee; 
Freshman Football Coach. 
Engineer. 
Somers, N. Y. 



Harold McLeod Turner 



^'pC 



A. B. 1905. Skull and Bones. Football; Crew. 
Trustee School Dist. No. 4. Member Yale Club. 
Commission Merchant. 

62 Leonard St.. New York; res. Chappaqua, 
N. Y. 

William Knickerbocker Van Reypen* 

Bp\ 

A. B. 1905. a. 1906 



William Wtirts White 



[X V o 



A. B. 1905. Wolf's Head. Member Hope, 
Agawam, Turk's Head and Yale an<l Racquet 
and Tennis (New York) Clubs. 
Banker. 

Turk's Head Bldg.; res. 20 Brown St., Provi- 
dence. R. I. 

W o IV 



Clarence Hascy Young 



A. B. 1905. Wolf's Head. Crew. Member 

Union, Yale and Republican Clubs. 

Broker. 

Joseph Walker & Sons, 61 Broadway: res. 50 

Vanderbilt Ave., New York, N. Y. 



1906 

Charles Henrv Banks 



Bno' 

A. B. 1906. Banjo and Mandolin Clubs; Track. 

Educator. 

The Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Conn. 



Harry Beal 



T(ox 



A B. 1906; B. D. 1911 Cambridge Episcopal 
Theol School. Phi Beta Kappa; The Pundits. 
Rector Church of the Messiah, West Newton and 
Auburndale. Member Yale (Boston) and New- 
ton Clubs. 
Clergyman. 
58 Auburn St., Auburndale, Mass. 



Kenneth Boardman 



4* BO' 



A B 1906. Scroll and Key. Member Yale, 
Squadron A. Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht and 
Rockaway Hunt Clubs. 

Broker. „,. , .. v- 

52 Broadway, New York; res. Woodmere, N. Y. 

Timothy Lincoln Bouscaren <{^ A A' 

A B 1906; A. B. 1902 St. Xavier's Coll. Cin- 
cinnati; LL. B. 1909 Univ. of Cincinnati Crew. 
Asst. U S. Atty., Eastern Dist. of Oklahoma, 
12-13. 

Clergyman. . 

St. Stanislaus Seminary, Florissant, Mo. 

James Beebe Brinsniade O 11 'A 

A B. 1906; A. M. 1913 Harvard. Wolf's 
Head; Dramatic Assn.; University, Yacht, Glee, 
French and German Clubs. Second Barge 
Mathematical Prize. Asst. in Physics, Harv- 
ard Coll. 

Educator. ,, ^ ,i c» 

Harvard College; res. 63 Fayerweather St.. 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Ben Overton Brown* 



A. B. 1906. 

Donald Bruce 



Bii-K' 

d. 1910 



A B 1906- M. F. 1910 cum laude. Phi Beta 
Kapp'a; Sigma Xi; Chi Delta Theta. 1st Barge 
Mathematical Prize (2) ; Philosophical Oration 
Graduate Advisory Board Yale School ot 
Forestry; Asst. Prof, of Forestry, Univ. of Cal. 
Member Soc. of Am. Foresters. 
Educator. ^ ^ ■ mo 

Division of Forestry, Univ. of Cal.; res. 12-y 
Grove St., Berkeley. Cal. 

Frederick Kingsbury Bull '^ K' 

A B 1906. Member Soc. of the Cincinnati; 
Union, University, Yale, Ardsley (N. Y.) and 
Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. .r Tir 

Index Visible, Inc., 30 Church St.; res. 45 W. 
S3d St., New York, N. Y. 

Robert Robinson Chase ^' >• O' 

A. B. 1906. Elihu Club. Crew. 
Educator. „ , i /- i 

Linden and Grand Aves., San Rafael, Cal. 

Wedworth William Clarke K B V 

A. B. 1906. 
Rancher. 
Parkdale, Oregon. 

Edwin Corning 



Bo)K' 

A B. 1906. Brother of Parker Corning, Beta, 

95. 

Manufacturer. 

Ludlum Steel Co., Watervlict; res. C.lcnmont, 

N. Y. 



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Urban Cronan 



B p n' I Robinson Leech 



t}3K^ 



A. B. 1906; A. M. 1908. 

Educator. 

(American Express Co., 11 Rue Scribe, Paris, 

France.) 

Friend St. Clair Dickinson B ^ A' 

A. B. 1906. Member College Club of Seattle. 

Merchant. 

2026 L. C. Smith Bldg.; res. 816 E. Prospect 

St., Seattle, Wash. 

Augustus Wilson Eddy K X' 

A. B. 1906. 2d. Dispute. Member Evanston 
Country and Glen View Clubs. 
Broker. 

208 S. La Salle St., Chicago; res. 521 Green- 
wood Blvd., Evanston, 111. 

HH'a 

A. B. 1906. Phi Beta Kappa. Member Rac- 
quet Club. 
Sales Manager. 

The Congoleum Co., 604 Morris Bldg.; res. 4116 
Baltimore Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 



Francis Bolton Elwell 



Allen Evarts Foster 



B AIA^ 



A. B. 1906; LL. B. 1909 Harvard. Member 
Yale, Harvard and Squadron A Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

49 Wall St.; res. Yale Club, New York, N. Y. 

Charles Waterhouse Goodyear B W 6 

B. S. 1906. Wolf's Head. 
Manufacturer. 

36 Letchworth St.; res. 123 Oakland PI., Buffa 
lo, N. Y. 

Lemuel 'Whittington Gorham O t X' 

A. B. 1906; M. D. 1910 Johns Hopkins. Sigma 
Xi; Elihu Club. Editor Yale Banner. Asst. 
Attending Phys. Albany and St. Peter's Hosps.; 
Instr. in Medicine, Union Univ. Member Al- 
bany Country, Fort Orange and University 
Clubs. 
Physician. 
214 State St., Albany, N. Y. 

Lester Eames Grant K «}; X' 

A. B. 1906; M. E. 1909 Columbia. Scroll and 
Key. Member Yale Club (New York.) 
Mining Engineer. 
770 Pennsylvania St., Denver, Colo. 



Albert Byron Gregory 



<]'TO 



A. B. 1906. Wolf's Head; Stoics; St. Paul's 

Club and Berkeley Assn. Pres. St. Paul's and 

St. Louis Clubs. 

Engineer. 

Security Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

William Daniels Harris 

Initiated by the Mu 

Donald Parker Haynie o X 0. 

A. B. 1906. Pres. St. Paul Tennis Club. Mem- 
ber University, Tennis and Curling Clubs. 
Insurance. 

.=;02 New York Life Bldg.; res. 707 Fairmount 
Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

Dwight Ruggles Perry Heaton B S A' 

A. B. 1906; M. D. 1909 Columbia. Member 

Yale Club. 

Physician. 

17 Trinity PI., New Rochelle, N. Y. 



A. B. 1906; LL. B. 1908 New York Law School. 

Dwight Club. Member Yale and Squadron 

A Clubs. 

Lawyer. ♦ 

27 Cedar St., New York; res. 84 Joralemon St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



George Cabot Ward Low 



Boo 

A. B. 1906. Wolf's Head. ^ifcmber Uni- 
versity, Yale and Rockaway Iluiuiiig Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

3i W. 42d St., New York; res. Cedarhurst, 
N. Y. 



Donald McBride 



Bixo' 



A. B. 1906; LL. B. 1910. Member Mayfield, 
Union, University and Country Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

Cleveland-Akron Bag Co., E. 40th St. and Per- 
kins Ave., N. E.; res. Derbyshire Rd., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

James George King AlcClure, Jr. 

YD* ^ \^ 

Clergyman and Agriculturist. 
Hickory Nut Gap, Fairview, N. C. 

Donald Ashbrook McGee ¥ \i K 

A. B. 1906. Member Psi Upsilon Club. 
Sales Manager. 

199 Fulton St.. New York, N. Y.; res. 103 
Sycamore Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 

William Elder Marcus, Jr. . T i K' 

A. B. 1906. Member Psi Upsilon, Yale and 

University Clubs. 

Jeweler. 

Marcus & Co., 544 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y.; 

res. 284 Upper Mountain Ave., Montclair, N. J 



Edward Shorney Mills 



ByK' 



A. B. 1906. Member Yale, Rockaway Hunting, 

Graduates' (New Haven) and National Golf 

Clubs. 

Publisher. 

443 Fourth Ave., New York; res. Cedarhurst, 

N. Y. 

Piatt Rogers, Jr. «|; K X' 

A. B. 1906. 

Engineer. 

719 H. W. Hellman Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Robert Langdon Rogers* K y X' 

A. B. 1906. d. 1915 

Edward Clarkson Seward, Jr. (]; 11 co 

A. B. 1906; LL. B. 1907 and LL. M. 1908 New 

York Law School. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Patent Lawyer. 

261 Broadway, New York; res. Hotel St. 

George, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mahlon Daniel Thatcher 



t|;n6 



A. B. 1906. Elihu Club. 

Banker. 

First National Bank; res. 520 W. 15th St., 

Pueblo, Colo. 

BXK' 



Spencer Turner 



A. B. 1906. Skull and Bones. Member Rac- 
quet and Tennis. Merchants' Yale and Rum- 
son (Seabright, N. J.) Clubs. 
Merchant. 

62 Leonard St.; res. 65 E. 91st St., New York, 
N. Y. 



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Chester Burrows Van Tassel ^' P o 

A. B. 1906. Wolfs Head. Member Yale, 

Ardsley and University Glee Clubs. 

Publisher. 

Harpers Bazar, 119 W. 40lh St., New York; 

les. 487 Putnam Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Henry Augustus Walton 11 F T' 

A. B. 1906. Member Yale, Hamilton and 

Heights Casino (Brooklyn) and Richmond 

County Country (Dongan Hills) Clubs. 

Merchant. 

164 Chambers St., New York; res. 28 Orange 

St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



John Middagh Willard* 



Frank Eugene Wilson 



B0O 
o \i.\' 



A. B. 1906. Member University (Chicago), 

Yale (New York) and Wapsipinicon Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Clinton Bridge Works; res. 306 Sixth Ave., 

Clinton, Iowa. 



1 high Robert Wilson 



BSK 

A. B. 1906. Second Sec. of Am. Embassy, 

Berlin, Germany. 

Diplomatist. 

Department of State, Washington, D. C; res. 

23 Lutzow Ufer, Berlin, Germany. 



1907 

Gordon Wilson Abbott 



B8A' 

A. B. 1907. Scroll and Key. Member Rac- 
quet and Tennis, Yale, Bankers' and Squash 
Clubs. 

Banker and Broker. 

120 Broadway; res. 12 E. 76th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Ernest Schwefel Ballard 



II vQ- 



A. B. 1907; LL. B. 1910 Univ. of Pa. 

Lawyer. 

(1139 Oakley Ave., Hubbard Woods, 111.) 



William McCormick Blair 



BSA' 



A. B. 1907. 
Banker. 

400 Rookery Bldg.; res. 1416 Astor St. Chi- 
cago, 111. 



Howard Boulton 



HvQ' 



A. B. 1907. Wolf's Head. Crew. Member 

Yale and Rumson Country Clubs. 

Broker. 

100 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; res. Red 

Bank, N. J. 



Richmond Lennox Brown 



3Eo> 



A. B^ 1907; LL. B. 1910 Harvard. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Treas. Brooklyn City Dispensary; 
Dir. Hamilton Club; Sec. and Glovernor 
Heights Casino. Member Hamilton, Heights 
Casino and Richmond County Country Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

20 Exchange PL, New York; res. 183 Colum- 
bia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Ludlow Seguine Bull 



How 

A. B. 1907; LL. B. 1910 Harvard. Scroll and 
Key; Cercle Francais; Pundits: Deutcher 
Verein; Glee Club (Yale); Lincoln's Inn and 
Choate Club (Harvard). Member Union, Uni- 
versity, Ardsley and Yale (New York), Grad- 



uates' (New Haven) and Sanctum (Litchfield, 

Conn.) ^Clubs; Huguenot Soc. and Soc. of 

Colonial Wars. 

Scholar. 

45 W. S3d St., New York, N. Y. 



Norman Parsons Clement 



t A^ 



A. B. 1907. Elihu Club. Football. Member 

Ellicott University, Saturn, Buffalo Tennis 

and Squash Clubs and University and Yale 

(New York) and Elihu (New Haven) Clubs. 

Cashier. 

Marine National Bank of Buffalo, 237 Main 

St.; res. 33 Oakland PI., Buffalo, N. Y. 



Ralph Dennis Cutler 



LC'P 



Member Hartford Golf and University Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Hartford Electric Light Co., Pearl St.; res. 81 

Gillett St., Hartford, Conn. 

Richard Ely Danielson ^ S S' 

A. B. 1907; A. M. 1910. 

Farmer. 

Groton, Mass. 

Theodore Polhemus Dixon S X 

A. B. 1907. !Member Racquet and Tennis and 

Yale Clubs. 

Banker. 

Low, Dixon & Co., 37 Wall St.; res. 129 E. 69th 

St., New York, N. Y. 

Frederic Russell Dolbeare 



Cf M a' 



A. B. 1907. Second Sec. of Am. Embassy, 
Vienna, Austria. Member University (Hart- 
ford, Conn.) and Yale (New York) Clubs. 
Diplomatist. 
14 Steele Rd., Hartford, Conn. 



Harold Pegram Fabian 



HyA' 



A. B. 07; LL. B. 1910 Harvard. Elihu, Banjo 
and Mandolin Clubs. Member Alta, Univer- 
sity, Country, Tennis and Weber Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

902-6 Kearns Bldg.; res. 1153 Second Ave., 
Salt Lake City, Utah. 



Bainbridge Doty Folwell 



«{;ZA' 



A. B. 1907. Pundits. First Dispute Junior 

Appointment. Member Saturn and Ellicott 

Clubs (Buffalo, N. Y.). 

Shipper. 

Folwell & Gilmour, San Francisco; res. 636 

Prospect Blvd., Pasadena, Cal. 



Frederick Clifford Ford 



^A^^ 



A. B. 1907. 
Broker. 

416 Ford Bldg.; res. 192 Van Dyke Ave., De- 
troit, Mich. 



FVenliss Bailey Gilbert 

Initiated by the Upsilon 

Hugh C[Iaudius] Gillis 



BtA^ 



A. B. 1907. Freshman Football. 

Real Estate. 

S. J. Murton & Co., 542 McKnight Bldg.; res. 

2216 Bryant Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minn. 



Bradlev Goodvear 



nxw' 



A. B. 1907; LL. B. 1910 Harvard. Member 

Saturn, Buffalo Tennis and Squash and Yale 

(New York) Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

604 Iroquois Bldg.; res. 894 Delaware Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



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[1907 



Arthur Robbins Griswold 



HE '(5 



A. B. 1907. Member Psi Upsilon, Advertising 

and Yale Clubs. 

Advertising. 

381 Fourth Ave.; res. 49 E. 10th St., New 

York, N. Y. 



Bayard Gushing- Hoppin 



^K'^ 



A. B. 1907. Scroll and Key. Univ. Four-Oar 

Crew (2) (4). Member Union and Squadron 

A Clubs. 

Broker. 

5 Nassau St., New York; res. East Islip, N. Y. 



Jeremiah Howard Jones 



^I' X ^ 



A. B. 1907. 

Lawyer. 

31 Elm St.; res. 30 Avon PI., Springfield, Mass. 



Harold Kountze 



^IJ-^' 



A. B. 1907. Wolf's Head. Member Denver. 

University, Country (Denver) and Yale (New 

York) Clubs. 

Banker. 

Colorado National Bank; res. 935 Washington 

St., Denver, Colo. 



Stenhen Lesher Landon 



^[^^' 



A. B 1907. Yale (New York) Club. See 

Lambda 10. 

Engineer. 

Commercial Mining Co.; res. P. O. Box 256 

Prescott, Ariz. 



John Harold Lawrence 



c};SQ' 



A. B. 1907; LL. B. 1911 Harvard. Member 
Union, Casino, Yale, (Chicago) and Racine 
Country Clubs; St. Cecilia Soc. (Charleston, 

Lawyer. 

10 S. La Salle St.; res. 100 E. Chicago Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 



Mitchell Stuart Little 



W o r 



A. B. 1907. Member Hartford, Hartford Golf, 

University and Twentieth Century Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

94 Allyn St.; res. 339 Laurel St., Hartford, 

Conn. 

Francis Edgerton Manierre 11 D '^ 

A. B. 1907. Gun Team; Capt. Yale Rifle Team. 
Sec. Chicago Real Estate Board; Member 
Executive Committee of Legislative Voters' 
League and Boy Scout Organization. Member 
University Saddle and Cycle, City, Cliicago 
Golf and Sanganois Clubs. 
Real Estate. 

112 W. Adams St.; res. 751 Lincoln Parkway, 
Chicago, III. ^' 



Karlton Goodsell Percy 



Hixa' 



A. B._ 1907; M. D. 1911 cum laude Harvard. 
Innovitiate and Aesculapian Clubs; Boylston 
Med. Soc Crew. Asst. Phys. Children's Hosp., 
Boston; Instr in Pediatrics Harvard Med. 
School and Graduate School of Medicine: 
Visiting Phys. Brookline Public Schools; Chief 
Infant Welfare Clinic. Member Harvard Club- 
Mass. Med. Soc.; Am. Med. Assn. and New 
England Pediatrics Soc. 
Physician. 

362 Commonwealth Ave., Boston; res 194 
Aspinwall Ave., Brookline, Mass. 



Livingston Piatt 



^nr 



A. B. 1907; LL. B. 1909 New York Law School. 

Wolf's Head. Member University, Yale and 

Apawamis Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

120 Broadway; res. 244 W. 74th St., New 

York, N. Y. 

Graham Robinson F 9 'B 

A. B. 1907. 

Merchant. 

Armour Grain Co. of Chicago; res. 600 E. 36th 

St., Kansas City, Mo. 

Donald Mitchell Ryerson H K A' 

A. B. 1907. Wolf's Head. Oration Stand (1), 

(2), (3), (4). Member Chicago, Onwentsia, 

Shorcacres, University and Saddle and Cycle 

Clubs. 

Merchant. 

2558 W. 16th St., Chicago; res. Lake Forest, 



Ansley Wilcox Sawder 



^'nv 



A. B. 1907; LL. B. 1910 Univ. of Buffalo. Phi 

Delta Phi. 

Lawyer. 

810 Fidelity Bldg.; res. 89 Ashland Ave., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



George Schaefer Scott 



BR 



w 



A. B. 1907. 

Agriculturist. 

(Crippsdale, via Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, 

Canada). 

Albert William Shields t]^ y X 

A. B. 1907; LL. B. 1910 Univ. of Pa. Elihu 
Club; Sharswood Law Club (Univ. of Pa.). 
Member Merion Cricket Club. See Tau 10 
Lawyer. 

200 Lincoln Bldg.; res. 3921 Walnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Gilbert Little Stark* UWa' 

d. 1908 

McNeil Seymour Stringer X T '^ 

A. B. 1907. Member University Club. Son of 
Edward Charles Stringer, Psi 76. 
Real Estate. 

201 Germania Life Bldg.; res. 30 Kenwood 
Parkway, St. Paul, Minn. 



Cyril Sumner 



SXA' 



A. B. 1907. Scroll and Key. Mgr. Track. 

Physician. 

233 Alexander St., Rochester, N. Y. 



Walbridge Smith Taft 



^^r 



A. B. 1907; LL. B. 1910 Harvard. Elihu Club. 
Crew, 07. Member Yale, Knickerbocker, Rac- 
quet and Tennis, University, City Midday 
and Piping Rock Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

60 Wall St.; res. 36 W. 48th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Douglas Jay Torrey 



^ oi 'X 



A. B. 1907; LL. B. 1910 Harvard. Scroll and 

Key. Track, (1), (2), (3), (4). Member 

Scranton, Scranton Country and Waverly 

Country Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

401 Connell Bldg.; res. 2430 Washington Ave., 

Scranton, Pa. 



1907-08 J 



BETA CHAPTER 



189 



Calvin Truesdalc 



BP^ 



A. B. 1907. Skull and Bones. Golf Team, 

03-04. Member University, Yale, Hamilton 

(Brooklyn), Greenwich Country and Field' 

(Greenwich) Clubs; Bankers' Club of Am. 

Financier, 

45 Wall St., New York, N. Y. ; res. Greenwich, 

Conn. 



George Coolidge Tuttle 



^^V 



A. B. 1907; LL. B. 1910 Columbia. Member 

Minneapolis and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

North Star Woolen Mill Co.; res. 2021 Stevens 

Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 



James Watson Webb 



cl^nA' 



I 



A. B. 1907. Member Knickerbocker, Metro- 
politan, Racquet and Tennis, Yale, Meadow 
Brook and Piping Rock Clubs. 
Insurance. 
19 Cedar St., New York; res. Syosset, N. Y. 

Harold Sherman \\'ells Cj S A' 

A. B. 1907. 

Engineer. 

(University Club, Portland, Oregon.) 

1908 

Robert Abbott 

A. B. 190S. Scroll and Key. Member Psi Up- 

silon, Yale and University (New York) and 

Brooklawn Golf Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Bryant Electric Co., 1421 State St.; res. 263 

Golden Hill St., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Gordon Auchincloss 



(];@ oj 



(]^^a> 



A. B. 1908; LL. B. 1911 Harvard. Scroll and 
Key. Crew; Football (1). Asst. U. S. Atty. 
Southern Dist. of N. Y., 13-14. Member Bar 
Assn.; Knickerbocker, Racquet and Tennis, 
Piping Rock, Midday and Yale Clubs. Son of 
Edgar Stirling Auchincloss, Delta 64, brother 
of Hugh Auchincloss, Beta 01, Charles Crooke 
Auchincloss, Beta 03, James Coats Auchincloss, 
Beta 08 and nephew of Frederic Lawton Auchin- 
closs, Beta 71 and Hugh Dudley Auchincloss, 
Beta 79. 
Lawyer. 

61 Broadway; res. 68 E. 86th St., New York, 
N. Y. 



James Coats Auchincloss 



PpS 



A. B. 1908. Scroll and Key. Member Metro- 
politan, University, Yale and Rumson (N. J.) 
Clubs. Son of Edgar Stirling Auchincloss, 
Delta 64, brother of Hugh Auchincloss, Beta 
01, Charles Crooke Auchincloss, Beta 03, Gor- 
don Auchincloss, Beta 08 and nephew of Fred- 
eric Lawton Auchincloss, Beta 71 and Hugh 
Dudley Auchincloss. Beta 79. 
Broker. 

61 Broadway; res. 103 E. 86th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

Joseph Rowland Auchincloss ^ S a 

A. B. 1908; LL. B. 1911 Harvard, Scroll and 

Key. Member Yale and Rockaway Hunting 

Clubs; Bar Assn. of the City of New York. 

Lawyer. 

15 Broad St.; res. 30 W. 49th St., New York, 

N. Y. 

Harry Sartwell Beardsley 

A. B. 1908. Elihu Club. 

Real Estate. 

1 Exchange St.; res. 593 Park Ave., Rochester, 

N. Y. 



^va 



Lucius Horatio Biglow, Jr. ^ 11 'A 

A. B. 1908; LL. B. 1911 Columbia. Football; 
Crew; Track. Member Yale and Squadron A 
Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

Robinson, Bacon, Gutterson & Biglow, 111 
Broadway, New York, N. Y.; res. 206 Mont- 
rose Ave., South Orange, N. J. 

Joseph Clarence Black Iv C Y 

A. B. 1908. Member College Club. 

Manufacturer. 

165 Jackson St.; res. 222 West Highland Drive, 

Seattle, Wash. 

Ralph Shepherd Bromer O D X' 

A. B. 1908; M. D. 1912 Univ. of Pa, 

Physician, 

(Starks Bldg., Louisville, Ky.) 

Hamilton Mabie Brush H X ^' 

A. B. 1908. Fencing and Debating Teams; Kit 
Kat Club. Deacon Second Congregational 
Church; Dir. Y. M. C. A.; Sec. Public Health 
Assn. of Greenwich, Conn. 
Assistant Sales Manager. 

Am. Smelting & Refining Co.. 120 Broadway, 
New York, N. Y. ; res. Maher Ave., Green- 
wich, Conn. 

Edward Chester Congdon tp o 'Q 

A. B. 1908. Scroll and Key. Football; Crew. 

Member Kitchi Gammi Club. 

Banker. 

807 Lonsdale Bldg.; res. 3300 London Rd., Du- 

luth, Minn. 

William Strong Gushing t o B 

A. B. 1908; A. B. 1911 O.xford. 

Educator. 

Simsbury, Conn. 

Edward Stiles Davey X $ X' 

A. B. 1908. 

Manufacturer. 

164 Laidlaw Ave, Jersey City; res. 26 Park 

Ave., Maplewood, N. J. 

Walter Goodwin Davis, Jr. ^ $ '^ 

A. B. 1908; LL. B. 1911 Harvard. 

Lawyer. 

82 West St., Portland, ^Slaine. 

Eugene Delano, Jr.* H [x B 

A. B. 1908. d. 1913 

Courtland Palmer Dixon ^ to 'A 

A. B. 1908. Scroll and Key. Pres. Yale Univ. 

Club. Member L^nion, Racquet and Tennis, 

Yale and Rockaway Hunting Clubs. 

Broker. 

De Coppet & Co., 43 Exchange PI.; res. 29 W. 

49th St., New York, N. Y. 



Walter Remy Dray 



^[/.'a 



A. B. 1908; B. S. 1910 Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Engineer. 

3249 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Joseph Taylor Foster t|< x o) 

A. B. 1908. 

Financier. 

133 S. 4th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Charles Howard Gilbert <!^l'B 

A. B. 1908. Business Mcr. Yale News. Mem- 
ber Yale Club (New York). 
Rancher. 
Tisdale, Saskatchewan, Canada. 



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BETA CHAPTER 



[1908-09 



Harvey Graham 



nM^ 



Crew; Swimming Team. 

Manufacturer. 

Federal Sugar Refining Co., 91 Wall St.; res. 

1082 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 



Jule Murat Hannaford, Jr. 



tY)B 



A. B. 1908. Member St. Paul Athletic, Univer- 
sity, Minnesota (St. Paul) and Kitchi Gammi 
(Duluth) Clubs. 
Sales Manager. 

Northwestern Electric Equipment Co., 174 E. 
6th St.; res. 25 S. St. Albans St., St. Paul, 
Minn. 



Vincent Eugene Healy 



cS^' 



A. B. 1908. Member University, Saddle and 
Cycle, Chicago Golf and Lake Geneva Coun- 
try Clubs. 
Manager. 

6 Scott St.; res. 122 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 
111. 



Burton Johnson Hollister 



KFy 



A. B. 1908. Author "The High Cost of Liv- 
ing;" "Two Phases of Foreign Exchange" and 
"Commercial Paper." Member University 
Club. 
Broker. 

208 S. La Salle St.; res. 1309 Astor St.. 
Chicago, 111. 

Charles Whittemore Knapp ^ H '^ 

A. B. 1908; M. D. 1912. Instr. in Medicine, 

Columbia Coll. of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Member Yale (New York) Club. 

Physician. 

43 Maple Ave., Greenwich, Conn. 



Philip Rogers Mallory 



^Xo> 



A. B. 1908. Elihu Club. 

Manufacturer. 

P. R. Mallory & Co.. Inc., 51 E. 42d St., New 

York; res. Forest Ave., Rye, N. Y. 



Thomas Mercer Marshall 



^Xo) 



A. B. 1908; LL. B. 1911 Pittsburgh Law 

School. Delta Psi; Elihu Club. 

Lawyer. 

426 Frick Bldg.; res. 513 S. Highland Ave., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Douglas Miller 



tFv^ 



A. B. 1908; LL. B. 1912 Harvard. Four Oar. 

Farmer. 

56 Ridgewood Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. 



Lawrence Vernon Miller 



tj; (0 '(|; 



A. B. 1908; LL. B. 1911. Member Green 

Spring Valley Hunt and Baltimore Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

700 Maryland Trust Bldg.; res. 11 E. Chase 

St., Baltimore, Md. 



Mark Lincoln Mitchell 



(3 W 0) 



A. B. 1908. Scroll and Key. Football; Glee 

Club (Pres. 08). 1st Lieut. C Troop, Ohio 

Cavalry, 16. Member Yale, University and 

Troop C Cavalry Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Robert Mitchell Furniture Co., 2d and John 

Sts. ; res. 1333 Duncan Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Gilbert Nairn 11 p 'B 

A. B. 1908. Member University Club. 

Lawyer. 

710 Fay Bldg.; res. University Club, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 



Henry Dutton Noble, Jr. 



4-D'^ 



A. B. 1908. Member City; Owasco Country 

and Yale and University (New York) Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

122 Genesee St.; res. 129 South St., Auburn, 

N. Y. 



Robert Hale Noyes 



^|;a'Q 



A. B. 1908. Wolf's Head. 
Logging. 

1111 Yeon Bldg.; res. 634 Lovejoy St., Port- 
land, Oregon. 



Walter Richardson 



BE> 



A. B. 1908; LL. B. 1911 Univ. of Minn. Chi 

Delta Theta. Member University (St. Paul) 

Club. 

Lawyer. 

1615 Pioneer Bldg.; res. 565 Portland Ave., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

oGX' 



Joseph Lionel Seligman 



A. B. 1908. Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs. 
Crew. 08. Member Yale, City, St. Andrews, 
City Midday, Recess, Psi Upsilon and Automo- 
bile Clubs. 
Banker. 

1 William St.; res. 16 E. 81st St., New York. 
N. Y. 



Roger Bulkley Shepard 



({;$'a 



A. B. 1908. Skull and Bones. Hockey; Base- 
ball. Member Minnesota, Town and Coun- 
try and Chicago Clubs. 
Merchant. 

Finch, Van Slyck & McConville Co., Park Sq.; 
res. 271 Summit Ave., St. Paul., Minn. 



Harold Stanley 



t{^ 7C 'a 



A. B. 1908. Skull and Bones. 

Banker. 

Guaranty Trust Co., 140 Broadway, New York, 

N. Y. 



James Hale Steinman 



(]; o (1) 



A. B. 1908; LL. B. 1911 Univ. of Pa. Manag- 
ing Editor Yale Daily News. Member Hamil- 
ton, Lancaster Country, Racquet (Philadelphia) 
and Yale (New York) Clubs. See Tau 11 
Lawyer and Publisher. 

8 W. King St.; res. 301 E. Orange St., Lan- 
caster, Pa. 



Leonard Sullivan 



tS'^ 



A. B. 1908. Wolf's Head. Member Yale, 

Rockaway Hunt and Squadron A Clubs. 

Brother of Arthur Bull aullivan. Iota 96. 

Merchant. 

Fred Butterfield & Co., Inc., 725 Broadway, 

New York; res. Woodmere, N. Y. 

James Mulford Tov/nsend, Jr. ^ v 'A 

A. B. 1908. Skull and Bones. Crew. Mem- 
ber Yale Club. 
Merchant. 

Watkins Coal Co., 17 Battery PL, New York; 
res. Mill Neck, N. Y. 



Joshua Boone Waterworth 



(];0'a 



A. B. 1908; LL. B. 1911 Western Reserve Coll. 

Lawyer. 

(Williamson Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio). 



1909 

Alfred Alexander Biddle 

A. B. 1909. 
Merchant. 
Gwynedd, Pa. 



oSy 



1909] 



BETA CHAPTER 



191 



Harold Wilson Brooks o t) y 

A. B. 1909. Wolf's Head. Two Colloquies. 

Member Yale, Racquet, Rockaway Hunt and 

Turf and Field Clubs. 

Banker. 

23 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 



Carroll Teller Brown 

i 



K^X' 



A. B. 1909. 

Financier. 

(909 Grant St., Denver, Colo.) 



Robert Boyd Burch 



.\. B. 1909; LL. B. 1911. Football (Capt. 08). 

Member University Club. 

Lawyer. 

416 Gwynne Bldg.; res. Menlo and Fisher Aves., 

Hyde Park, Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Francis Peabody Butler 



^x'^ 



A. B. 1909. Phi Beta Kappa; Elihu Club; 

Pundits. Member Yale, University, Saddle and 

Cycle, Indian Hill and City Clubs. 

Salesman. 

10 S. La Salle St., Chicago; res. 715 Prospect 

Ave., Winnetka, III. 

Gerald Morton Butler K @ X' 

A. B. 1909. 

Lumber. 

1555 Ridge Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Eliot Avery Carter ^ S '<|i 

A. B. 1909. Member Nashua Country and 

Vale (New York) Clubs. 

Department Manager. 

Nashua Gummed and Coated Paper Co., 110 E. 

Hollis St.; res. 12^^ Summer St., Nashua, N. H. 

BBS 

A. B. 1909; M. F. 1911. Author "The Moun- 
tain Meadows of the Sierra." Member Am. 
Forestry Assn.; National Geographic Soc. 
Landscape Engineer and Architect. 
227 Foxcroft Bldg., San Francisco; res. 574 
Wala Vista Ave., Oakland, Cal. 



Xeal Townlev Childs 



Ponson Carles Chu 



ICA' 



A. B. 1909; A. M. 1910 Conferred by the 
Chinese Government. Member Am. Univer- 
sity, Saturday, St. John's and Yale Clubs; 
Automobile Club of China. 
Lawyer. 

Museum Rd. ; res. Nanling Lee, Haining Rd., 
Shanghai, China. 

Avery Artison Clark W 8 'B 

A. B. 1909. 

Science. 

(60S Lincoln Ave., Loveland, Colo.) 

Gilbert Maurice Congdon 



B Y] '¥ 



A. B. 1909. Scroll and Key. Mgr. Basket 
Ball; Pres. Minor Athletic Assn.; Coach Fresh- 
man Baseball (4). Trustee Providence 
Lying-in Hosp. Member Agawam Hunt 
CTreas.), Hope and Yale (New York) Clubs; 
Yale Assn. of R. I. 
Merchant. 

The Congdon & Carpenter Co., 155 Canal St.; 
res. 49 Angell St., Providence, R. I. 



Chester Jules Copmann 



^0'^ 



A. B. 1909. Scroll and Key. Member Tulsa 

Country and Rifle Clubs; Y. M. C. A. 

Manufacturer. 

Roxana Petroleum Co.; res. 11 Manhattan 

Court, Tulsa, Okla. 



Julian French Devereux 

A. B. 190^. 

Merchant. 

(Nutwood Farms, Wickliffe, Ohio). 

Gayer Gardner Dominick 



^x'^* 



A. B. 1909. Rear Commodore Stamford Yacht 
Club; Dir. New York block ExclianJt Lunch- 
eon and Wee Burn Golf Clubs. Member 
Stamford Yaclit, Union, liankcis". New 'i ork 
Stock Exchange Luncheon, Wee Burn Golf and 
Vak- Alumni Clubs. 
Banker and Broker. 

115 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; res. Stam- 
ford, Conn. 

Douglas Fitch Guilford Eliot 4^ R 'T 

A. B. 1909. Member Yale, Squadron A, En- 

glewood Field and Englewood Country Clubs. 

Clerk. 

Western Electric Co., Inc., 463 West St. New 

York, N. Y.; res. 22 King St., Englewood, N. J. 

Robert Fairbanks t|; C 'T 

(102 S. Market St., Chicago, 111.) 

Albert Day Farwell (|; ^ '(i 

A. B. 1909. 

Merchant. 

(102 S. Market St., Chicago, 111.) 

Bryant Burwell Glenny, Jr. 



D'X 



A. B. 1909. Elihu Club. Crew. 
Manufacturer. 

Barcalo Mfg. Co., Louisiana St.; res. 37 Lan- 
caster Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 



William Brown Glover 



cQ'cD 



A. B. 1909. 
,\?riculti!rist. 
Fairfield, Conn. 



James Benton Grant 



A. B. 1909; LL. B. 1912 Harvard. Scroll and 
Key. Chairman Yale Daily News; Senior 
Council. Member Denver, Yale (New York), 
and Graduates' (New Haven, Conn.) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

1003 First National Bank Bldg.; res. 770 Penn- 
sylvania St., Denver, Colo. 



Birch Helms 



pxS 



A. B. 1909; LL. B. 1913 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Phi Delta Phi. Mgr. Yale Record. Sec. 
and Treas. Home Market Club of Mass.; Sec. 
Citizens' Finance Committee of New York, N. 
Y. Member Yale and Harvard (New York), 
Metropolitan (Washington, D. C.) and Harv- 
ard (Boston) Clubs; Sons of Revolution. 
Lawyer. 

55 Liberty St.; res. 50 Vanderbilt .Ave., New 
York. N. Y. 



Stanley Westcott Holmes 



OTT 



A. B. 1909. 
Agriculturist. 
(Escondido, Cal.) 



James Merriam Howard 



^p'B 

A. B. 1909; B. D. 1914 Union Theol. Sem. 
.Skull and Hones. Pres. Glee ("lub; Winner De- 
Forest Medal. Pastor Bedford Park Presby- 
terian Church. 
Clergyman. 

200th St., and Bainbridge .\ve.; res. 2860 Valen- 
tine Ave., New York, N. Y. 



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BETA CHAPTER 



[1909-10 



Henry Almy Howe 



tj^S'^ 



A. B. 1909; M. E. 1911 Stevens Inst, of Tech. 
Skull and Bones. Hickory, (2), (3), (4); Crew. 
(2), (3), (4); Capt. (4); Member Senior Coun- 
cil. Member Yale Club. 
Exporter. 

John Dunn Son & Co., 80 Wall St.; res. 194 
Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. 



Leonard Kennedy 



'H'^ 



A. B. 1909; A. M. 1913. Scroll and Key. Mem- 
ber Down Town Assn., Yale, Fort Orange 
(Albany) and Graduates' (New Haven, Conn.) 
Clubs. 
Broker. 

William A. Read & Co., 28 Nassau St., New 
York; res. Rye. N. Y. 



Earl Langstroth 



o^t' 



Member Essex Fells Country Club. 

Salesman. 

McLain-Hadden-Simpers Co.. 220 Broadway; 

res. 155 E. 34th St., New York, N. Y. 



Milton Charles Lightner 



^D'X 



A. B. 1909; LL. B. 1912 Harvard. Track (3), 

(4). Member Town and Country, Minnesota 

Boat and St. Paul Curling Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

212 Endicott Bldg.; res. 595 Grand .\ve., St. 

Paul, Minn. 

Henry Lippitt ^ X 'B 

A. B. 1909. Member Yale (New York), R. I. 

Country, Hope, and Agawam Hunt Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

P. O. Box 1465; res. 389 Benefit St., Providence, 

R. I. 

Henry Hopkins Livingston /, S X' 

A. B. 1909. 

Engineer. 

(141 W. 44th St., New York, N. Y.) 



Robert Mallory, Jr. 



,i^^'^ 



A. B. 1909. Scroll and Key. Ya!c Ncu's; Mgr. 

Dramatic Assn. Member Yale Club. 

Broker. 

Spencer Trask & Co., 25 Broad St., New York; 

res. Rye, N. Y. 



Frederic Ogden Mason 



^(0> 



A. B. 1909; LL. B. 1912 Harvard. Elihu. Editor 
News; Record; Ten Eyck Speaker; 2d Prize De- 
Forest Speaker. Justice of the Peace. Member 
Battery E 1st 111. Field Artillery and City Ckib. 
Lawyer. 

1021 New York Life Bldg, Chicago; res. 228 
Linden St., Winnetka, 111. 



Allan Douglas Parker 

A. B. 1909. 

Manufacturer. 

(270 Wilder St., Lowell, Mass.) 

Maxwell. [Oswald] Parry 



t];S'^ 



A B 1909; A. M. 1912. Author Plays "Boys o' 
Gettysburg;" "The Lie Beautiful" and "Dad." 
Real Estate. 
"Golden Hill," Indianapolis, Ind. 



Theodore Pomeroy 



<];S'^ 



A B. 1909. Member University, Onwentsia, 

Saddle and Cycle (Chicago) and Yale (New 

York) Clubs. 

Banker. 

Allerton, Greene & King, 208 S. LaSalle St., 

Chicago; res. Lake Forest, 111. 



Robert Selden Rose 



^H'p 



A. B. 1909; Ph. D. 1915. Scroll and Key. 

Baseball. 

Educator. 

Univ, of Cal.; res. 2327 Warring St., Berkeley, 

Cal. 



Stephen Willis Ryder 



<}((];$ 



A. B. 1909; A. M. 1912. Evangelistic Mis- 
sionary of the Reformed Church in America. 
Clergyman. 
Eisei Kwan, Oita, Japan. 

Mortimer Ashmead Seabury '^'^''^ 

A. B. 1909. Skull and Bones. Mgr. Track. 
Banker. 

White, Weld & Co., Ill Devonshire St., Bos- 
ton; res. Radnor Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Charles Eugene Selover, Jr. 11 R 'S 

A. B. 1909; LL. B. 1912 St. Lawrence Univ. 
Phi Delta Phi. Glee Club; Baseball; Football; 
Handball. Sec. West Side and West Side Re- 
publican Clubs. 
Salesman. 

7 Wall St., New York; res. 4-18 E. 26th St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Harold Phelps Stokes 



o $ y' 



A. B. 1909. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Journalist. 

100 William St.; res. 230 Madison Ave., New 

York. N. Y. 

nv$ 



Jacob Farrand Williams 

A. B. 1909. 

Merchant. 

15 Larned -St. E.; res. 495 Burns Ave.. Detroit, 

Mich. 

1910 

Charles Dudley Armstrong (i X V 

A. B. 1910. Phi Beta Kappa; Elihu Club. Mem- 
ber Duquesne and Oakmont Country (Pittsburg) 
Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Armstrong Cork Co.; res. 121 E. Lemon St., 
Lancaster, Pa. 



Edward Shippen Barnes 



^N' 



A. B. 1910. 1st Prize Organ Playing Com- 
petition. Organist Rutgers Presbyterian 
Church. Member Yale Club. 
Composer. 

G. Schirmer. Inc., 3 E. 43d St.; res. 222 E. 17th 
St.. New York, N. Y. 



Thomas Wilson Bowers 



X'A 



A. B. 1910; LL. B. 1913 Harvard. 

LswYcr 

5 N. LaSalle St.; res. 999 Lake Shore Drive, 

Chicago, 111. 



David Everett Chantler 



I^'S 



A. B. 1910; LL. B. 1914 Univ. of Pittsburgh. 
L&w vcr. 

1113 Park Bldg.; res. 425 Morewood Ave., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

TSX' 



Stephen Merrell Clement 



A. B. 1910; A. M. 1913 Harvard. Scroll and 

Key; Elizabethan Club. Member Buffalo 

Country, Graduates' and Country (New 

Haven) and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Educator. 

786 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 



1910J 



BETA CHAPTER 



193 



Arthur Pierce Coates ' 



B!;r 



A. B. 1910. 

Lawyer. 

(264 Upper Mountain Ave., Upper Mountain, 

N. J.) 



Donald Ryder Dickey 

Initiated by the Epsilon 

Charles Pascal Franchot 



¥ i; X' 

A. B. 1910; LL. B. 1914 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Skull and Bones. French Consular 
Agent; 2d Lieut. Troop I, 1st Cavalry, New 
York. Member Saturn, EUicott and Yale (New 
York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

903 Telephone Bldg.; res. 401 Delaware Ave., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



Robert Dudley French 



PS9' 



A. B. 1910; A. M. 1914. Phi Beta Kappa; 

Skull and Bones; Chi Delta Theta; Elizabethan 

Club. Chairman Yale Literary Magazine. Instr. 

English, Yale Univ. 

Educator. 

Yale Post Office; res. 67 Bishop St., New 

Haven, Conn. 



George Gregg Fuller 



KAy' 



A. B. 1910. Member Chamber of Commerce; 

Troop H; Alexander Hamilton and University 

and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Standard Automatic Machine Co., 371 St. Paul 

St.; res. 1510 East Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 



Tappan Gregory 



ns's 



A. B. 1910; LL. B. 1912 Northwestern. Mem- 
ber Skokie Countrv, University and Yale (New 
York) Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

69 W. Washington St.; res. 52 Cedar St., 
Chicago, 111. 



j George Leslie Harrison 



n^^(P 



A. B. 1910; LL. B. 1913 Harvard. Skull and 

Bones. Member Yale Club (New York). 

Lawyer. 

Federal Reserve Board; res. The Farnsboro, 

Washington, D. C. 



L'Engle liartridge 



Pt.r' 



A. B. 1910. 

Financier. 

(S46 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, Fla.) 

I'homas Hewes X ^ r'' 

A. B. 1910; LL. B. 1912. Scroll and Key. 
Member Conn. Legislature, 15; Judge Borough 
Court of Farmington; Delegate to Democratic 
National {'onvcntion, 16. 
Lawyer. 
<11 Central Row, Hartford; res. Farmington, 
Conn. 



I 



Richard Dwight Hillis 



tpxA' 



A. B. 1910. Phi Beta Kappa; The Pundits. 
Yale Literary Magazine. Member Yale Club. 
38 W. 32d St., New York; res. 23 Monroe PI., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



TIarr>' Gilbert Holt 



^©Y 



A. B. 1910. 
Financier. 



Elton Hoyt, 2d 



^xy: 



A. B. 19t0. Scroll and Key. Member Union, 

University, Athletic, Tavern, Country, Chagrin 

Valley Hunt and Yale and University (New 

York) Clubs. 

Merchant. 

Pickands, Mather & Co., Western Reserve 

Bldg.; res. 1925 E. 87th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 



James Ford Johnson, Jr. 



ijr s \jr' 



A. B. 1910. Scroll and Key. Baseball; Football; 

Hockey. Member Psi Upsilon, Racquet and 

Tennis, Yale, Bankers' Squadron A and Ards- 

ley Clubs. 

Banker and Broker. 

120 Broadway, New York; res. Dobbs Ferry, 

N. Y. 

Thomas Slater Johnston, Jr. ^ "^y^ 

A. B. 1910. Scroll and Key. Member Uni- 
versity and Country Clubs. 
Rancher. 
Antelope Orchard Co., Medford, Oregon. 



Lyndon Marrs King 



1 1 '8 



A. B. 1910. Phi Beta Kappa; Track. 

Merchant. 

Northrup, King & Co., 1st St. and Hennepim 

Ave.; res. 1920 Emerson Ave. S., Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. 



Robert Burr King 



o^'s 



A. B. 1910. Member University Club and Yale 
Alumni Assn. 
Insurance. 

Phoenix Ins. Co.; res. 167 Sisson Ave., Hart- 
ford, Conn. 



Augustus Knight 



X 9 



A. B. 1910. 

Broker. 

608 New York Life Bldg., Chicago; res. 1316 

Church St., Evanston, HI. 



Frank Coe Lewis 

Phi Beta Kappa. 



w 5( 'A 

Gymnastics 



A. B. 1910. 

(Capt.). 

Real Estate. 

304 Dickson Bldg.; res. 350 V\'. Freemason St., 

Norfolk, Va. 



Arthur Theodore Nabstedt 



4* V 'A 



A. B. 1910; Ph. B. 1910; C E. 1913. Sigma 

Xi. Glee Club. Member Am. Soc. of Civil 

Engineers; Yale Engineering Assn. and Yale 

Club. 

Civil and Sanitary Engineer. 

80 Maiden Lane, New York; res. 97 Kenmore 

PI., Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Lawrence Harper Norton IT H 'A 

A. B. 1910. 

Banker. 

Citizens' Savings and Trust Co.; res. 7301 

Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

William Henry Parsons, Jr. B P' 

Mercliant. 

Parsons & Whittemore Inc., 174 Fulton St ; 

res. Yale Club, New York, N. Y. 

Julius Christian Peter 

A. B. 1910. Oration Appointment. Member 

Grosse Pointe Farms Country Club. 

Broker. 

Detroit Trust So., Fort and Shelby Sts.; res. 

280 St. Paul Ave., Detroit, Mich. 



^A'j 



194 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1910-11 



Stephen Holladay Philbin ^' rj X' 

A. B. 1910. 

Lawyer. 

60 Wall St.; res. 63 VV. 52d St., New York, 

N. y. 



J[oseph] Curtis Piatt 



^Sx 



A. B. 1910. Scroll and Key. Member Yale 

(.New York) Club. 

Clerk. 

Scranton Coal Co., Board of Trade Bldg. ; 

res. 600 Webster Ave., bcranton, fa. 



Marsh Klock Powers 



^4<u' 



A. B. 1910. 

Advertising. 

Tlie Jrowcrs-House Co., Illuminating Bldg., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



Thomas Lawrason Riggs 



^ 11 



tJ^Sl 



A. B. 1910; A. M. 1912 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kappa; bcroU and Key; Chi Delta Theta; 
Pundits; Elizabethan Club. Pres. Yale Dram- 
atic Assn., 09-10; Literary Editor Yale Liter- 
ary Magazine, 09-10. Asst. Instr. English, Yale 
College. Author "See America First;" "Yale 
Mother of Colleges" and "Men of Yale Pag- 
eant." Member University and Yale (New 
Y'ork) Clubs. 
Educator. 
135 Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

WiUiam Silliman Rogers ^ v 'cp 

A. B. 1910. Private 1st N. Y. Cavalry, Troop 

A. Member University Club. 

Manufacturer. 

Kogers-lirown Iron Co., 316 Erie County Bank 

Bldg.; res. 7 Windsor Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

James Brooks Spencer ^77 

A. B. 1910. Wolf's Head. Football; Sec. 

'track Assn., 09; Yale News. 

Salesman. 

Southern Wheel Co., Railway Exchange Bldg. ; 

res. 4457 Washington Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 



Leonard Love joy Stanley 



<p u 'cp 



A. B. 1910. Member Yale and Squadron A 

Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

Matanzas American Sugar Co., 37 Wall St.; 

res. Yale Club, New York, N. Y. 



Robert Alphonso Taft 



^xx' 



WiUiam Allen Underbill 

A. B. 1910. 
Journalist. 
Corning, N. Y. 

Adrian Van Sinderen 



<]; xs' 



x X '8 

A. B. 1910. Member Yale and Hamilton 

(Brooklyn) Clubs. 

Banker. 

14 Wall St., New York.; res. 22 Remsen St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



A. B. 1910; LL. B. 1913 Harvard. 
Lawyer. I 

2208 Union Central Bldg.; res. 1812 Dexter 
Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

John Campbell Townsend ^'^liC 

A. B. 1910. Member Yale Club. 

Lawyer. 

120 Broadway; res. 142 E. 18th St., New York, 

N. Y. 



William Preston White 



^ox' 



A. B. 1910. Scroll and Key; University and 
Glee Clubs; Hogans. Football. Member Meri- 
dian, Commercial, Duluth Boat and University 
(St. Paul) Clubs. 
Salesman. 

403 VV. Superior St.; res. Commercial Club, 
Duluth, Minn. 



Earl Trumbull Williams 



^(fV 



A. B. 1910. Scroll and Key. Editor Yale 
Daily Neivs; Hockey; Sophomore German and 
Junior Promenade Committees. Member Sa- 
turn and Buffalo Country (Buffalo), Yale (New 
York)) and Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

J. H. Williams & Co., Vulcan St. and Kenmore 
Ave.; res. 401 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 



Wavland Wells Williams 



KH'o 



A. B. 1910. Phi Beta Kappa; Chi Delta Theta; 

Pundits; Elizabethan Club. Author "The 

Whirligig of lime." Member i\ew Haven 

Lawn, Graduates' (New Haven) and Y'ale (New 

York) Clubs, 

Author. 

155 Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn. 



Ruthven Adriance Wodell 



t^Sf 



A. B. 1910; LL. B. 1913 Harvard. Member 

Yale and Union League Clube. 

Lawyer. 

68 William St.; res. 122 E. 82d St., New York, 

N. Y. 



1911 



Thomas Beer 



X a £ 



A. B. 1911. 

Lawyer. 

(William C. Beer, 71 Broadwav, New York, 

N. Y.) 



Edward Seymour Blair 

A. B. 1911. 

(1516 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 111.) 

John Douglas Crawford o p 'y 

A. B. 1911. Member University (Boston), 
University (Pittsburgh), Racquet (Philadel- 
phia) and Y'ale (New York) Clubs. 
Manager. 

E. N. Rollins & Sons, 1421 Chestnut St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 



Clinton Wildes Davis 



^X?' 



A. B. 11. Crew (1). Member Cumberland 

and Portland Country and Yale (New York) 

Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

26 York St.; res. 90 Vaughan St., Portland, 

Maine. 



Sherwood Sunderland Day 



(};>t'A 



A. B. 1911. Skull and Bones. 

Secretary. 

Y. W. C. A. Delhi. India, and Catskill, N. Y. 



Edward Jordan Dimock 



(j^ y. v' 



A. B. 1911; LL. B. 1914 Harvard. Member 

Yale Club. 

Lawyer. 

20 Exchange PI., New York; res. 241 Lincoln 

St., Flushing, N. Y. 



1911 



BETA CHAPTER 



195 



I 



William McKee Dunn ^79 

A. B. 1911. 

Merchant. 

(Monroe Terrace, Richmond, Va.) 

Charles Clement Elwell, Jr. ^ H e 

A. B. 1911. Elihu Club. 
u Broker. 

William A. Read & Co., P. O. Box 765; res. 
324 Willow St., New Haven, Conn. 



John W Field 



^A$' 



A. B. 1911. 
Manufacturer. 

(Warner Brothers Co., 325 Lafayette St. 
Bridgeport; res. Fairfield, Conn.) 



Seth Barton French 



t{;S(p' 



A. B. 1911. Scroll and Key. Member Union, 

Metropolitan and Yale Clubs. 

Banker. 

5 Nassau St.; res. 43 W. Slst St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Elliott Putnam Frost 



Q 7,'v 



A. B. 1911. Elihu Club. Crew (Capt. 11). 

Member Worcester Country and Quinsigamond 

Boat Clubs. 

Broker. 

Jackson & Curtis, 515 State Mutual Bldg. ; res. 

11 Roseland Rd., Worcester, Mass. 



Arthur Amory Gammell 



pe'A 



A. B. 1911. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 

Member Knickerbocker and Hope (Providence, 

R. I.) Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

24 Broad St.; res. SO Vanderbilt Ave., New 

York, N. Y. 

Frederick Lawrence Gay ^ 8 e' 

A. B. 1911. 

Merchant. 

(1403 Constance St., Los Angeles, Cal.) 

Stephen Strong Gregory, Jr. FAT' 

A. B. 1911; M. E. 1913 Univ. of Wis. Mem- 
ber City, University and Skokie Country Clubs. 
See Rho 13 
Engineer. 

Commonwealth Edison Co., 72 W. Adams St.; 
res. 52 E. Cedar St., Chicago, 111. 

James Augustus Haight, Jr. F Q Z' 

A. B. 1911; LL. B. 1914 Univ. of Washington. 
Phi Delta Phi (Univ. of Wash.) Member Col- 
lege Club; Business Men's Northwest Prepared- 
ness and Municipal Leagues. 
Lawyer. 

702 Haight Bldg.; res. 828 Broadway, Seattle, 
Wash. 

O X'e 

A. B. 1911; LL. B. 1915 Harvard. Wolf's 
Head. Member Cincinnati Golf and Univer- 
sity Clubs. 
Lawyer. 

44 Wiggins Block; res. 1887 Madison Rd., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 



John Baker Hollister 



Joseph Home 



^•n?' 



A. B. 1911. 

Merchant. 

Joseph Home Co., 501 Penn Ave.; res. 7408 

Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Clarke Fox Hunn 



rsr 



A. B. 1911. Asst. in English, Yale, 11-12. 

Member Yale (New York) Club. 

Journalist. 

613 Colorado Bldg.; res. 1619 R St. N. W., 

Washington, D. C. 



Frederick Walton Hyde 



^/A 



A. B. 1911. Skull and Bones. 

Manufacturer. 

Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co., 4 Opera House 

Block, Marquette, Mich. 



John Reed Kilpatrick 



«p s 9' 



A. B. 1911. Phi Beta Kappa; Elihu Club. 
Track (Capt.); Football. Member Yale, Squad- 
ron A and New York Athletic Clubs. 
Builder. 
51 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 



Harold Morton Landon 



v.o'\ 



A. B. 1911. Elizabethan and Yale Musical 

Clubs; Choir. Member Yale Club. 

Real Estate. 

29 Broadway; res. Yale Club, New York, N. Y. 

Raymond Williams Lewis T QZ' 

A. B. 1911; M. D. 1915 Columbia. Alpha Omega 

Alpha and Omega Club (Columbia). Oration 

Appointment. Interne Presbyterian Hosp. 

Physician. 

41 E. 70lh St.. New York. N. Y. 

Edmund Pendleton Livingston ^ /. 'A 

A. B. 1911. 

Financier. 

(1037 Rush St., Chicago, 111.) 

William Archibald McAfee o c 'u 

A. B. 1911; LL. B. 1915 Harvard. 

Lawyer. 

East Ohio Gas Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 

William DeForest Manice C^) i 9' 

A. B. 1911; LL. B. 1914 Columbia. Elihu Club. 

Member Union, Racquet and Tennis, Lawyers' 

and Yale Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

2 Rector St.; res. 960 Park Ave., New York, 

N. Y. 



Keith Merrill 



KEA' 



A. B. 1911. Member Yale University, Mini- 

kahda, Belmont (Mass.) and Country Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

1010 Security Bldg.; res. 2116 Second Ave. S., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



Paul Coe Nicholson 



t]^ V u' 



A. B. 1911. Member Hope, University, Aga- 
wam Hunt, Turk's Head, Noonday, Rhode 
Island YacUt, East Greenwich Yacht and Yale 
(New York) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

Nicholson File Co.; res. 71 George St., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 



Paul Patterson 



t];A£' 



A. B. 1911; LL. B. 1914 Harvard. Member 

Troop A 1st Squadron, Ohio Cavalry. 

Lawyer. 

Baker, Hostetler & Sidlo, 910 House Bldg., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



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196 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1911-12 



Frederic Arnold Pease 



x^X' 



A. B. 1911. 

Manufacturer. 

Berkshire Manufacturing Co., 28 Clapp Ave.; 

res. 38 Elizabetli St., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Ewing Reginald Philbin ^ S '9 

A. B. 1911; LL. B. 1914 Harvard. Scroll and 
Key; Harvard Legal Aid Bureau; Choate and 
Pundit Clubs. Hugh Chamberlain Greek Prize. 
Member Yale, Squadron A and Ardsley Country 
Clubs; Yale Civic Service League. 
Lawver. 

52 William St.; res. 63 W. S2d St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Erving Hascall Rand 

A. B. 1911. 

Agriculturist. 

(West Creek Farm, Crewe, Va.) 

Charles Lawson Reed 



^ V.'(f 



A. B. 1911. Scroll and Key. Mgr. Hockey. 

Sec. Yale Club (Cincinnati), 13-15. Member 

University and Yale (Cincinnati) Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

The Stearns & Foster Co., Lockland; res. 3581 

Interwood Ave., Clifton, ()hio. 

Stanley [Miller] Richardson 

Initiated by the Epsilon 

Francis Bayard Rives t]; S '9 

A. B. 1911; LL. B. 1915 Columbia. Scroll and 

Key. Member Knickerbocker, Racquet and 

Tennis, Lawyers', Squadron A and Yale Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

69 E. 79th St., New York, N. Y. 

Howard Francis Shattuck o "^ x' 

A. B. 1911; M. D. 1913 Columbia. Phi Beta 

Kappa; Sigma Psi; Elihu Club. Watterman 

.Scliolarship. Member Yale and Omega Clubs. 

Physician. 

771 Madison Ave.; res. 131 E. 67th St., New 

York. N. Y. 



[Oliver] Harrison Smith 



^Ss' 



A. B. 1911; A. M. 1914. 

Journalist. 

(20 Gramercy Park, New York, N. Y.) 

Henry Brinsmade Van Sinderen ^ y, 'A 

A. B. 1911. Crew. 

Merchant. 

25 Broad St., New York; res. 42 Remsen St., 

Brooklyn. N. Y. 



Robert Coleman Walker 



^AA' 



A. B. 1911; LL. B. 1914 Harvard. Scroll and 

Key. Editor Yale News. Member Merion 

Cricket Club. 

Lawyer. 

Morris Bldg., Philadelphia; res. Montgomery 

Ave. and Valley Rd., Ardmore, Pa. 



Alexander Royal Wheeler 



A. B. 1911. Phi Beta Kappa; Chi Delta Theta; 
Elihu and Univ. Glee Clubs. Wrestling. Mem- 
ber Yale (New York) and Royal Automobile 
(London) Clubs. 
Student. 

3 Westmoreland PI., Pasadena, Cal. and 
"Bonniebrae," Endeavor, Pa. 



Lawrence Raymond Wheeler ^v.'<f 

A B. 1911. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. 

Member Multnomah Athletic and University 

Clubs. 

Journalist. 

The Evening Telegram, Portland, Oregon. 



William Reginald Wheeler 



(]; £ '<p 



A. B. 1911; B. D. 1914 Auburn Theol. Sem.; A. 

M. 1915 Harvard. Phi Beta Kappa; Elihu. 

Univ. Glee Clubs; Track; Editor Vale News. 

Member of Faculty, Hangchow Christian Coll. 

Missionary. 

Hangchow Christian College, Hangchow, China; 

res. Endeavor, Pa. 



Josiah Macy Willets 



QX'O 



Member Racquet and Tennis, Riding, Metro- 
politan, Rockaway Hunt, Essex Fo.x Hounds, 
Sleepy Hollow Country, South Side Sportsmen's. 
Matamajaw Salmon and Yale (New York) 
Clubs. 
Retired. 

30 Broad St.; res. 30 W. 52d St., New York. 
N. Y. 



1912 

Floyd Brush Augustine 



^zc 



A. B. 1912. Wolf's Head. 

Broker. 

319 N. 4th St., St. Louis; res. 500 Holmes Ave., 

Kirkwood, Mo. 

Julian Cornell Biddle ^ H Z" 

A. B. 1912. 

Financier. 

(1821 De Lancey PI., Philadelphia, Pa.) 

Paul Stilwell Brinsmade 



'^X^' 



A. B. 1912. Wolf's Head. Basket Ball. Mem- 

ber Yale and West Side Tennis Clubs. 

Mining. 

Port Henry Iron Ore Co., 2 Rector St.; res. 31 

W. 49th St., New York. N. Y. 



William Christian Bullitt 



(j; e u' 



A. B. 1912. Scroll and Key; Elizabethan and 
Mince Pie Clubs. Pres. Dramatic and De- 
bating Assns. Member Philadelphia Country, 
Merion Cricket, Rittenhouse and Racquet 
Clubs. 
Journalist. 

Public Ledger, Independence Sq.; res. 222 W. 
Rittenhouse Sq., Philadelphia, Pa. 



George Garvin Chandler 



xPy)' 



A. B. 1912. Phi Beta Kappa; Elizabethan Club; 
Da Miclan Hwalas. Earned Fellowship in 
English. Member Merion Cricket, Yale (New 
York) and West Chester Country Clubs. 
Student. 
Whitford, Pa. 



John Chandler 



pXs' 



A. B. 1912. Scroll and Key. 

Farmer. 

Meadowbrook Farm, Sterling Junction, Mass. 



Harold Tripp Clement 



P t: u' 



A. B. 1912. Scroll and Key. 

Manufacturer. 

Rogers, Brown Iron Co., 312 Erie County Bank 

Bldg.; res. 786 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 



1912] 



BETA CHAPTER 



197 



Joseph Lacasse Cote, Jr. 



^HT' 



A, B. 1912. 
Merchant. 

Main and 2d Sts. ; res. 450 N. Main St., Greens- 
burg, Pa. 



Eric Pow'ell Dawson 



oDT" 



A. B. 1912. Phi Beta Kappa; Chi Delta Theta; 

Kit-Cat Club; Pundits. 

Lawyer. 

Nelson, B. C, Canada; res. 1028 Broad St., 

Newark, N. J. 



Xerxes John Farrar 



U^T'' 



A. B. 1912. Wolf's Head. 
Manufacturer. 

Jeffrey Mfg. Co.; res. 58 N. 20tb St., Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 



Pomeroy Tucker Francis 



«]; u s' 



A. B. 1912. Elihu Club. Football; Track; 

Musical Club. Member Yale, Morristown 

(New Jersey), Morris Country Golf and Whip- 

pany River Clubs. 

Salesman. 

Abbott. Johnson & Co., 120 Broadway, New 

York, N. Y.; res. Convent Station, N. J. 



Franklin Herbert Gates 



%C^b- 



A. B. 1912. Phi Beta Kappa; Elihu Club. 
Tennis Team, Capt. 11; Glee Club. Vice-Pres. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Member High School Com- 
mittee. Member Moore County Golf Assn. 
and Carolina Country Club. 
Farmer. 
Hoffman, N. C. 



Clififord Argyle Gross 



A. B. 1912. Elihu Club. Baseball. 

Lumberman. 

Weaver; res. Elkins, W. Va. 



Daniel Addison Heald 



(iLC 



P TC u' 



A. B. 1912. Elihu Club. Treas. Essex County 

Yale Alumni Assn. Member Yale and Essex 

County Country Clubs. 

Broker. 

Harris. Forbes and Co., 56 William St., New 

York, N. Y. ; res. 182 Park Ave., Orange, N. J. 



Peter Henderson 



P T U* 



A. B. 1912. W^olf's Head. Member Yale 

Club. 

Merchant. 

Peter Henderson Co., 35 Cortlandt St.; res. 

Hotel Marie Antoinette, New York, N. Y. 



Harold Edward Herrick 



TAH' 



A. B. 1912; LL. B. 1915 Columbia. Member 

Yale and Rockaway Hunt Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

141 Broadway, New York; res. Lawrence, N. Y. 



Arthur Howe 

A. B. 1912. Skull and Bones. 

Clergyman. 

194 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. 

Donald Robertson Hyde 



poe' 



A. B. 1912. Skull and Bones. Member Yale 

and Squadron A Clubs. 

Merchant. 

50 Vanderbilt Ave., New York, N. Y. 



Joseph Stickney Kimball 



^X«' 



A. B. 1912. Elihu Club; Hockey. Member 

Chestnut Hill Golf and Yale (New York, 

N. Y.) Clubs. 

Financier. 

185 Devonshire St.; res. 229 Newbury St., 

Boston, Mass. 



William Siebert Lambie 



xtji.e'' 



A. B. 1912. Phi Beta Kappa; Elihu and 
Elizabethan Clubs. Member Mohawk and Mo- 
hawk Golf Clubs. 
Cashier. 

Union National Bank; res. 914 Glen wood Blvd., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 



Archibald McClure 



pes' 



A. B. 1912. Skull and Bones. Fellow, Mc- 

Cormick Theol. Sem., 15-16. 

Clergyman. 

2348 N. Halsted St., Chicago, 111. 



Henry Newton Merritt 



PXe' 



A. B. 1912. Skull and Bones. Baseball 

(Capt.) 12. Member Executive Committee 

Yale Alumni Assn. of Philadelphia; Athletic 

Instr. William Penn Charter School. 

Educator. 

8 S. 12th St.; res. 707 S. 59th St., Philadelphia, 

Pa. 



Charles Henry Paul 



(|; xu' 



A. B. 1912. Skull and Bones. 

Lawj'er. 

(817 Ravenna Bldg., Seattle, Wash.) 

AVilliam Allison Peters, Jr. K v t' 

A. B. 1912; B. S. 1914 Univ. of Cal. Phi 
Beta Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Psi. Member 
Yale (New York) Club. See Epsilon 14 
Manufacturer. 
Parlin, N. J. 



Philip Skinner Piatt 



tj; u u' 



A. B. 1912; A. M. 1913. Scroll and Key; 
Elizabethan Club; Track. Committee for Re- 
lief in Belgium. Member Yale (New York) 
Club. 
600 Webster Ave., Scranton, Pa. 



Mortimer Robinson Proctor 



Pts' 



A. B. 1912. Scroll and Key. Pres. Green 
Mountain Club; V.-Pres.. Vermont Fish and 
Game League and Pres. Proctor Y. M C. A. 
Author "Vermont:" "The Unspoiled Land." 
Member Tobique Salmon, Lake ilitchell Trout 
and Lake Mansfield Trout Clubs; Blue I\It. 
Forest Assn. 
Merchant. 
Proctor, Vt. 



Gordon Loring Rand 



x(pO' 



A. B. 1912. Scroll and Key. Member Yale, 
Rockaway Hunt and Squadron A Clubs. 
Lawrence, N. Y. 



Edwin Gardner Weed Ruge 



o (0 a' 



A. B. 1912; LL. B. 1915 Harvard. Gymnastics 
(Asst. Mgr.); Executive Committee Intercolleg- 
iate Assn. Amateur Gymnasts of America and 
Union Athletic Assn.; Vice-Pres. Southern 
Club. 
Lawyer. 

1509 Fourth National Bank Bldg.; res. 80 E. Sth 
St., Atlanta, Ga. 



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BETA CHAPTER 



[1912-13 



James Gregory Smith 



^os' 



A. B. 1912. Skull and Bones. Member Vt. 

Legislature. Member Yale and University 

(New York), University (Washington) and 

Graduates' (New Haven) Clubs. 

Banker. 

St. Albans, Vt. 

Selden Palmer Spencer, Jr. K [x T' 

A. B. 1912; A. M. 1916. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Educator. 

Fati College, Canton, China. 



Edward Stevens 



4* % u' 



A. B. 1912. Elihu Club. Mgr. Soccer; Vice- 
Pres. Dramatic Assn. Member Yale and Grad- 
uates' (New Haven) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

New Haven Clock Co., 15 Maiden Lane; res. 
103 E. 86th St., New York, N. Y. 

Edwin Augustus Strout, Jr. y. ^ O*" 

A. B. 1912. Skull and Bones. 

Shipper. 

812 Leary Bldg.; res. 1321 Minor Ave., Seattle, 

Wash. 



Alexander Campbell Tener 



(j; a s' 



A. B. 1912; LL. B. 1915 Harvard. Skull and 

Bones. 

Lawyer. 

1719 Oliver Bldg., Pittsburgh; res. Edgeworth, 

Pa. 

Edward Howard Townsend ^ s u' 

A. B. 1912. Scroll and Key. 

Lawyer. 

(535 Park Ave.. New York, N. Y.) 

George van Santvoord HUT' 

A. B. 1912; A. B. 1915 Oxford. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Robinson Latin Prize, 10; Winthrop 
Greek and Latin Prize, 11; Berkeley Scholar- 
ship, 12; Rhodes Scholarship from Conn., 13. 
Am. Ambulance Corps, France, 16. Member 
Holland and St. Nicholas (New York) Socs. 
Student. 
Washington Park, Troy, N. Y. 



Robert Theodore Veit 



(];<]^3' 



A. B. 1912. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Broker. 

141 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; res. 61 Steu- 
ben St., East Orange, N. J. 



Lewis Merriam Wiggin 



1 X If] 

Member Machine Gun Co. 7th Inf., N. G. N. Y. 

Member Yale Club. 

Insurance Broker. 

55 Liberty St.; res. 130 E. 24th St., New 

York, N. Y. 



Asa Allen Woodruff 



TOcr' 



A. B. 1912. Phi Beta Kap_pa; Yale Aero Club. 

Debating Soc; Soccer. 

Lawyer. 

Morgan, Lewis and Bockius, 934 Land Title 

Bldg. and 724 Locust Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Edward Howard York, Jr. x w t' 

A. B. 1912. Elihu. Member Merion Cricket 

(Haverford, Pa.) and Yale (New York) Clubs. 

Banker. 

E. W. Clark & Co., 321 Chestnut St.; res. 401 

Lancaster Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 



William Longley York 



^Xe' 



A. B. 1912. Member Yale (New York) Club. 

Manufacturer. 

Erwin & Co., Drexel Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. 



1913 

Paul Strong Achilles 



A. B. 1913. Elihu Club. Track; Daily News 
Board; Mgr. Gymnastic Team; Treas. Junior 
Promenade Committee; Ciiairman Class Day 
Committee. Member Yale (New York) and 
Squadron A Clubs. 
"Stoneleigh," Ossining, N. Y. 



Calvin Durand Allen 



HV 



A. B. 1913. 

Merchant. 

Durand & Kasper Co., 701 W. Lake St., Chicago, 

111. 



Edwin Howard Baker, Jr. 



^£t' 



A. B. 1913. Elihu Club. Track. Member Yale 
(New York) Club. 
Banker. 

Hallgarten & Co., 5 Nassau St., New York, 
N. Y.; res. Putnam Hill, Greenwich, Conn. 



Richard Wheeler Baker 



"^^7 



A. B. 1913; LL. B. 1916 Harvard. Phi Beta 
Kappa; Skull and Bones. Football. Executive 
Committee, Yale (Boston) Club, 14-15. Mem- 
ber Yale Club. 
Lawyer. 

Story, Thorndike, Palmer & Dodge, Exchange 
Bldg., Boston; res. 143 Kilsyth Rd., Brookline, 
Mass. 

Alexander Lambert Barbour T v.^' 

A. B. 1913; M. B. A. 1915 Harvard Univ. 

Member Yale and Graduates' (New Haven) 

Clubs. 

Transportation. 

Cuba Railroad Co., 52 William St.; res. 12 W. 

10th St., New York, N. Y. 

Phelps Barnum 

A. B. 1913; B. Arch. 1916 Columbia. Crew. 

Member Yale and St. Andrew's Golf Clubs. 

Architect. 

10 E. 47th St.; res. 535 Park Ave., New York, 

N. Y. 



Ty.^' 



Watson Keep Blair 



PDT' 



A. B. 1913. 
(720 Rush St., 



Chicago, 111.) 



[Francis] Elbridge Brigham a%6 

A. B. 1913. Phi Beta Kappa. Track (2), (3), 
(4) ; Capt. Freshman Track. Vice-Pres. As- 
sociated Southern Yale Clubs; Dir. Florence Ci- 
trus Growers' Assn. Member Thousand Island 
Yacht, Yale (New York) and Associated South- 
ern Yale Clubs. 
Citriculturist. 
Florence Villa, Fla. 



Edward Terry Brown 



<];o'e 



A. B. 1913. 

Laundry. 

18 E. Broadway; res. 825 Lincoln St., Salt 

Lake City, Utah. 



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BETA CHAPTER 



199 



Benjamin Ford Brundred 

A. B. 1913. 
Oil Producer. 
Oil City, Pa. 

Miltimore Witherell Brush 



Tv.'^' 



SO? 

B. S. in Ag. 1915 Univ. of Wisconsin. Yellow 

Helmet (Wisconsin). Mgr. Swimming Team 

(Wisconsin). See Rho 15 

Horticulturist. 

Brucehome Apple Farm, R. R. No. 2, Ger- 

mantown, N. Y. 



Walter Camp, Jr. 



^l^'- 



A. B. 1913. Scroll and Key. Football. Mem- 
ber New Haven Country, (Graduates', Pine Or- 
chard Country and Meadowbrook Clubs. 
Traffic Engineer. 

129 Church St.; res. 310 Willow St., New 
Haven, Conn. 

John W'arwick Clark <^ Q'Q 

A. B. 1913. 

Journalist. 

(58 Lawrence St., Flushing, N. Y.) 

Henry Auchincloss Colgate ^ C 

A. B. 1913. 
Manufacturer. 

199 Fulton St., New York, N. Y.; res. West 
.Orange, N. J. 

George Bruce Cortelyou, Jr. ^ '^V 

A. B. 1913. Skull and Bones. Mgr. Baseball, 
13; Chairman Student Council; Editor Yale 

Daily Nczi's. Member Yale Club (New York). 
Riverdale-on-Hudson, N. Y. 



Richard Leech Davisson 



Member 



A. B. 1913; LL. B. 1916 Columbia. 

Yale Club. 

Lawyer. 

62 Cedar St.; res. Yale Club, New York, N. Y, 



George Herbert Day 



se$ 



r 



A. B. 1913; LL. B. 1916 Harvard. Elizabethan 

Club. Special Honors in English. Member 

Hartford Golf and University Clubs. 

Lawver. 

36 Pearl St.; res. 27 Marshall St., Hartford. 

Conn. 



George Arthur Dixon, Jr. 



HC 



A. B. 1913. Golf. Board of Dirs. East Side 

Branch Y. M. C. A. Member Yale, Union 

and Nas.sau Country Clubs; National Golf Links 

of America. 

Broker. 

55 Wall St.; res." 15 W. 49th St., New York, 

N. Y. 

Edward Woolsey Freeman T /. '^E** 

A. B. 1913. EHhu Club. Crew. Member Yale 

and Nassau Boat Clubs. 

Banker. 

5 Nassau St.; res. Riverdale, New York, N. Y. 



Anson Blake Gardner 



H^' 



A. B. 1913; M. E. E. 1915 Harvard. 

Engineer. 

New England Westinghouse Co., Springfield, 

Mass. 



Paul Church Harper 

A. B. 1913. 

Merchant. 

(1002 Lake St., Evanston, 111.) 



tl^ffO' 



William Averell Harriman C^ r\i^ 

A. B. 1913. Crew Coach. Member Yale and 

Union Clubs. 

Transportation. 

LTnion Pacific R. R. Co.. 165 Broadway, New 

York; res. Harriman, N. Y. 

Augustus Sidney Lovett, Jr. Wax 

A. B. 1913. 
Clergyman. 
59 Windsor Rd., Brookline, Mass. 

Richard Sherman Lyman (]; s x* 

A. B. 1913. 

Student. 

22 Woodland St., Hartford, Conn. 

Philip Bowden McGhie ip ?; 

A. B. 1913. Baseball. Member Yale (New 

York), Montclair Golf and Montclair Athletic 

Clubs. 

Broker. 

Mann, Bill & Co., 7 Wall St., New York, N. Y. ; 

res. 101 S. Mountain Ave., Montclair, N. J. 



Walter Norman Maguire 



a /, 



A. B. 1913; LL. B. 1915. Phi Alpha Delta; 

Book and Gavel. Honors in German. 

Lawyer. 

16 W. Park PI., Stamford, Conn. 



Charles Henry Marshall 



ij; 9 t' 



A. B. 1913. Member Knickerbocker, Union 

and Yale Clubs. 

Banker. 

71 Broadway; res. 6 E 77th St., New York, N. Y. 

Charles Morgan Noyes t|; u '6 

A. B. 1913. Wolf's Head. Cross Country 

Team. 

306 Market St., Warren, Pa. 

Edmund W'itherbee Peaslee 



a % 6 

A. B. 1913. Tennis (3), (4). Member 
Union, Yale, West Side Tennis and New Haven 
Lawn Clubs. 
Clerk. 

J. P. Morgan & Co., 23 Wall St.; res. 17 Wash- 
ington Sq. N., New York, N. Y. 



Jesse Holladay Philbin 



^Yt" 



A. B. 1913; LL. B. 1916 Harvard. Skull and 
Bones. Freshman Football; Freshman Crew; 
Football (3), (4); Crew (2), (3), (4). Member 
Yale Club. 
Lawyer. 

120 Broadway; res. 63 W. 52d St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Elbridge Bancroft Pierce 



a 7, 9 



A. B. 1913. Member Thayer Law Club (Har- 
vard Univ.). 
Student. 

63 Bank St.; res. 219 Columbia Blvd., Water- 
bury, Conn. 



Edward Maurice Porter 



sex 



A. B. 1913. Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Sigma Rho. 
DeForest and Ten Eyck Oratorical Prizes; 2d 
Thatcher Prize; Class Day Orator; Pres. Yale 



200 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1913-14 



Univ. Debating Assn.; Debating Teams. Mem- 
ber Winthrop Club. 
Clerk. 

Massachusetts Mutual Life Ins. Co.; res. 4 
Ingraham Terrace, Springfield, Mass. 

Richard Whitfield Robbins T v.'W 

A. B. 1913. Member Yale (New York) Club. 

Broker. 

Harris, Forbes & Co., 56 William St.; res 315 

W. 97th St.. New York. N. Y. 

Laurence von Post Schwab ^ v C 

A. B. 1913. Member Yala and Union Clubs. 
11 Broadway; res. 161 E. 79th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

Hugh Briar Scott 

A. B. 1913. 

Manufacturer. 

Wheeling Steel and Iron Co., Wheeling; res. 

Elm Grove. W. Va. 

Allan Shelden 



T y, 'tp 



T 7, '(]; 

A. B. 1913. Skull and Bones; Elizabethan 
Club. Yale Literary^ Magazine; Mgr. Yale 
Soccer. Member University, Country, Grosse 
Pointe Riding and Hunt, Athletic and Racquet 
and Curling Clubs. 
Financier. 

82 Griswold St., Detroit; res. Grosse Pointe 
Shores, Mich. 

George Courtney Stanley T /, 't}; 

A. B. 1913. 

Financier. 

(315 W. 97th St., New York. N. Y.) 

George Edward Stevens, Jr. tp ^ t' 

A. B. 1913. 

Merchant. 

(American Trading Co., 25 Broad St., New 

York. N. Y.) 



Ralph Cushman Turner 

A. B. 1913. 

Manufacturer. 

U. S. Aluminum Co., New Kensington; res. 445 

Fifth Ave., Parnassus, Pa. 

Aaron Augustus Vander Poel [3 H*" 

A. B. 1913. 
Cedarhurst, N. Y. 



1914 

John Adams Appleton 



^pC 



A. B. 1914. Scroll and Key. Freshman Crew; 

Crew. 

Clerk. 

Philadelphia Terminal Division, Pennsylvania 

Railroad Co.; res. 1536 Pine St., Philadelphia, 

Pa. 



Gordon Christian Aymar 



yO t' 



A. B. 1914. Phi Beta Kappa; Pundits. Treas. 

Phi Beta Kappa; Sec. and Treas. The Pundits; 

Track. 

Benvenue St., Wellesley, Mass. 



John Lawrence Banks 



Pt'O 



A. B. 1914. Member Gitchinadji Country, 

University (St. Paul, Minn.) and Northland 

Country (Duluth) Clubs. 

Banker. 

First National Bank; res. 2118 Ogden Ave., 

Superior, Wis. 



Francis Bergen 

A. B. 1914. 
Lawyer, 
(Bernardsville, N. J.) 

Lindsay Bradford 



Ts'^i 



^7 '6 



A. B. 1914. Member Yale Club. 

Banker. 

43 Exchange PI.; res. Yale Club, New York, 

N. Y. 



Carl Carson Brown 



Pt'O 



A. B. 1914. 

Manufacturer. 

(B. F. Goodrich Co., Oklahoma City, Okla.) 

Samuel Kendall Bushnell x X '0 

A. B. 1914; Ph. B. 1915. Sigma Xi. Son of 

Samuel Clark Bushnell, Beta 74 and nephew of 

Winthrop Grant Bushnell, Beta 88. 

Engineer. 

11 Maple St., Arlington, Mass. 

William Harrison Campbell ^ y '^ 

A. B. 1914. Elihu Club. Honorable Mention 

in De F'orest Prize Speaking Contest. 

Sales Manager. 

Dental Engine Co., 15 E. Fayette St.; res. 

Y. M. C. A.. Cathedral and Franklin Sts., 

Baltimore, Md. 

Lawrence Welles Carpenter % X '0 

A. B. 1914. Kappa Beta Phi. FootbalT; Track. 
Member Minikahda, Long Meadow Gun. and 
University (St. Paul) Clubs. 
Manufacturer. 

Soo Line Bldg.; res. 314 Clifton Ave., Minn- 
eapolis, Minn. 

Thomas Leonard Daniels 

A. B. 1914. 

Manufacturer. 

(Archer-Daniels Linseed Co., 2901 S. E. 6th 

St., Minneapolis, Minn.) 



Py'€) 



Everett Dimock Davis 



^y'9 



T^'s 



A. B. 1914. Wolf's Head. Mgr. Football; 
Senior Promenade Campaign. Member Uni- 
versity and Railway Clubs. 
Transportation. 

Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Ry., 155 W. 
Main St.; res. 420 Westminster Rd., Rochester, 
N. Y. 

Charles Tenny Donworth 

A. B. 1914; LL. B. 1916 Univ. of Washington. 

Phi Delta Phi. Member College and Seattle 

Athletic Clubs. 

Lawyer. 

1304 Hoge Bldg.; res. 1220 Seventh Ave. W., 

Seattle, Wash. 

Richard Alexander Douglas ^ y '0 

A. B. 1914 
Journalist. 

Evening Dispatch, Cohoes, N. Y. ; res. Chest- 
nut Hill, Pa. 

Angus Dun 

A. B. 1914. Phi Beta Kappa; Elizabethan and 

Elihu Clubs. 

Student. 

174 Chestnut St., Albany, N. Y. 

John Joseph Fitzgerald S 6 '$ 

A. B. 1914. Member Yale Club. 

Advertising. 

Crowell Publishing Co., 381 Fourth Ave., New 

York, N. Y. 



Py'9 



1914J 



BETA CHAPTER 



201 



Russell Cahoon Gates 



Xcr'O 



A. B. 1914. Phi Beta Kappa; Elihu Club. 
Capt. and Mgr. Tennis Team. Member Caro- 
lina Country Club. 
Agriculturist. 

66 S. Mountain Ave., Montclair, N. J. ; res. 
"Broadacre," Hoffman, N. C. 



De Forest Goodell 

A. B. 1914. 
Manufacturer. 
^ (Worcester, N. Y.) 



Hugh Harbison 



Xd'© 



Pt'€) 



I 



A. B. 1914. Scroll and Key. Football; Track. 

Member Hartford Golf and Farmington 

Country Clubs. 

Student. 

194 Washington St., Hartford, Conn. 



¥ 



Watson Smith Harpham* 

A. B. 1914. 

Richard Junius Hill, Jr. 

Initiated by the Epsilon 



Henry Wise Hobson 

kA. B. 1914. 
Student. 
South Cambridge, N. Y. 

Thomas Gilbert Holt 



d. 1914 



A. B. 1914. 

Manufacturer. 

(50 Lafayette Ave. N., Grand Rapids, Mich.) 



Philip Adams Johnson 



Xa'0 

A. B. 1914. Phi Beta Kappa. First Dispute, 

Junior Year; Mandolin and Banjo Clubs. 

jNIember Norwich Golf and Yale and ilerchants' 

(New York) Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

The Aspinook Co., Jewett City; res. 96 Union 

St., Norwich, Conn. 

Stuart Holmes Johnson tc S '© 

A. B. 1914. Phi Beta Kappa. Member Yale 

and Nassau County Clubs. 

Merchant. 

k334 Fourth Ave., New York; res. Nantuck 
Farm, Mill Neck, N. Y. 



\ 



George Gill Jones 

A. B. 1914. Yale Daily News. 
' Engineer. 

671 Prospect St., New Haven, Conn. 

Wallace Dudley Kenyon 



^t'0 



A. B. 1914. Phi Beta Kappa. Tennis. Mem- 
ber Highland Country Club. 
Manufacturer. 

Page & Baker Manufacturing Co.; res. S. 
Washington St., North Attleboro, Mass. 



Henry Holman Ketcham 



^T'e 



A. B. 1914. Skull and Bones. Football (Capt.) 

(4) ; Senior Council. Member Crescent Athletic 

Club (Brooklyn, N. Y.). 

Manufacturer. 

Cloquet Lumber Co., Cloquet, Minn. 



William 'Jackson Lippincott ^ 7 '€> 

A. B. 1914. Skull and Bones; Dunham Boat 

Club. Crew (2), (3). Member Yale Club. 

Banker. 

HaUg^rten & Co., 5 Nassau St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Kenneth Lathrop Moore 



^y'6 



A. B. 1914. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key. 
Member University, Country and Racquet and 
Curling Clubs. 
Advertising. 

Journal Bldg.; res. 169 Van Dyke Ave., De- 
troit, Mich. 

Amos Morrill x S '0 

A. B. 1914. 

Financier. 

(6 E. 67th St., New York, N. Y.) 

Morgan Phelps Noyes ^ T '^ 

A. B. 1914. 

Clergyman. 

306 Market St., Warren, Pa. 

Herbert Ellison Ocumpaugh y x ^ 

A. B. 1914. Mgr. Yale Literary Magazine; 
Member Dramatic Assn.; Capt. Polo. Member 
Tennis, Country, Rochester Athletic and Ironde- 
quoit Canoe and Yale (New York) Clubs; 
Archeological Soc. of America. 
Am. Rare Metals Co., 310 Mercantile Bldg.; 
res. 990 Park Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 



Rav Dashiell Palmer* 



7, C't 



A. B. 1914. Glee Club. Yale Daily News; 
Treas. Dwight Hall. 

d. 1915 



Scott Hurtt Paradise 



PT'e 



A. B. 1914. Wolf's Head; Chi Delta Theta; 

Elizabethan Club. Editor Yale Literary Maga- 

sine; Football; Rhodes Scholar, 14. 

Student. 

Balliol College, Oxford, England; res. Grove 

St., West Medford. Mass. 

George Washington Patterson, Jr. 

A. B. 1914. Skull and Bones. Business Mgr. 

Yale Daily News. Son of George Washington 

Patterson, Beta 84 and grandson of George 

Washington Patterson, Zeta 48. 

Manager. 

Lake Street Loop Garage Co., Inc., 30-32 E. 

Lake St., Chicago, 111.; res. Ann Arbor, Mich. 



Carroll Gardner Pearse, Jr. 



x(p'6 



A. B. 1914. Crew; Apollo Glee Club. 

Salesman. 

J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co., Sioux Falls, 

S. Dak. 



Frederick Ambrose Pearson 



Xa'0 



A. B. 1914. 

Engineer. 

Pearson Engineering Corporation, 115 Broadway, 

New York, N. Y. 



Norman Schaff 



KC't 



A. B. 1914. Member Yale (New York) Club. 

Student. 

737 Ridge Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



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BETA CHAPTER 



[1914-15 



Henry Dickerson Scott 



Xa'O 



Phi Beta Kappa. 

Accountant. 

Wheeling Steel and Iron Co., Wheeling; res. 

National Rd., Elm Grove, W. Va. 



George Herbert Semler 



TC 9 '0 



A. B. 1914. Phi Beta Kappa; Wolf's Head; 
Mandolin and Banjo Club. High Oration; Re- 
corder Yale Univ. Member Yale (New York) 
rnd Lincoln Inn (Cambridge, Mass.) Clubs. 
Merchant. 

(ieorge Borgfeldt & Co., 109 E. 16th St., New 
York, N. Y. 



Charles Louis Strobel, Jr. 



KC 



t 

A. B. 1914. Member University and Indian Hill 

Clubs. 

Real Estate. 

7 S. Dearborn St.; res. 846 Lincoln Parkway, 

Chicago, 111. 

Douglas Castle Townson x t]; '0 

A. B. 1914. Member Country and University 

Clubs. 

Manufacturer. 

J. Hungerford Smith Co., 410-420 N. Goodman 

St.; res. 149 Westminster Rd., Rochester, N. Y. 



Henry Emerson Tuttle 



(3t'0 



A. B. 1914. Scroll and Key; Chi Delta Theta; 
Elizabethan Club. Editor Vale Record and Yale 
Literary Magazine. Teacher of English Litera- 
ture Westminster School, Simsbury, Conn. 
Member Yale (New York) Club. 
Educator. 
Lake Forest, 111. 



Keith Faulkner Warren 






A. B. 1914. Member Yale Club. 

Publisher. 

253 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; res. 105 Park 

St., New Canaan, Conn. 

William Candee Warren, Jr. ^ y '® 

A. B. 1914. Skull and Bones. First Dispute; 

Football. Member Yale (New York) Club. 

Student 

173 North St., Buffalo, N. Y. 



1915 

Francis Hyde Bangs 



(1; w 'I 

A. B. 1915; A. M. 1916 Columbia. Elizabethan 

Club; The Pundits. Hockey. Teacher St. 

Paul's School, Concord, N. H. Member Yale 

(New York) Club. 

Educator. 

St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H.; res. Ogun- 

quit, Maine. 



Livingston Bentley 

Initiated by the Upsilon 

Henry Homes Boynton 



[i. S 't. 



Member University Club. 

Merchant. 

H. R. Boynton Co., 1002 S. Santa Fe Ave.; res 

207 N. Vendome St., Los Angeles, Cal. 



John Crosby Brown, 2d 



A. B. 1915. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key; 
Elizabethan Club. Editor YaltS Literary Maga- 
zine. 
Student. 
114 E. 30th St., New York, N. Y. 



Morris Cassard, Jr. 



/, s t 



A. B. 1915. Member Yale Club. 

Merchant. 

100 Faubourg St. Antoine; res. 51 Ave. Bugeaud, 

Paris, France. 



Colles Johnston Coe 



VC^'f 



A. B. 1915. Scroll and Key. Crew, 15. Mem- 
ber Yale Club. 
Fi»ancier. 

14 Wall St.; res. 5 E. 10th St., New York, 
N. Y. 

George Patterson Crandall ^F <p '0 

A. B. 1915. Wolf's Head. Dir. Y. M. C. A.; 
Trustee Patterson Library. 
Banker. 
Westfield, N. Y. 



Stephen Rintoul Davenport 



^se 



A. B. 1915. Skull and Bones. 

Merchant. 

Converse & Co., 79 Worth St., New York; res. 

Prospect Ave., New Brighton, N. Y. 



Charles Kenneth Deming 



^C^I 



A. B. 1915. 

Student. 

440 Edgewood Ave., New Haven, Conn. 



Thomas Bayne Denegre 



pX'0 



A. B. 1915. Skull and Bones. Crew (2); 

Capt. (4); Freshman Crew; Junior Promenade 

Committee. 

Student. 

3105 Prytania St., New Orleans, La. 



Norman \'aux Donaldson 



PX'0 



A. B. 1915. Scroll and Key. Member Yale 

(New York) Club. 

Advertising. 

Sentinel Mfg. Co.; res. 461 Humphrey St., New 

Haven, Conn. 



John Fairfield Dryden, 2d 



^S'x 



A. B. 1915. Member Essex and Yale (New 

York) Clubs. 

Insurance. 

Prudential Insurance Co. of America; res. 59 

Lincoln Park, Newark, N. J. 



Albert Herman Ely, Jr. 



(|;(o'0 



A. B. 1915. Wolf's Head. Business Mgr. 
Yale Daily News. Member Meadow (Southamp- 
ton), Yale (New York), Elizabethan (New 
Haven, Conn.) and Shinnecock Golf Clubs. 
Student. 
47 W. S6th St., New York. N. Y. 



Philip Henry English 



AS'K 



A. B. 1915. Sergeant Co. F. 2d Conn. Inf. 

Member New Haven Lawn Club. 

Manufacturer. 

Acme Wire Co., 973 Dixwell Ave.; res. 38 

Hillhouse Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

George Washington Ewing, Jr. ^ Y '0 

A. B. 1915. Wolf's Head. Member Green 

Spring Valley Hunt and Baltimore Clubs. 

Banker. 

Brooke, Stokes & Co., Calvert Bldg., Baltimore; 

res. "Greenfields" Lutherville, Md. 



19151 



BETA CHAPTER 



203 



John Alayo Goss 



p W'K 



A. B. 191S. 

Manufacturer. 

Allaire, Woodward & Co.; res. 209 Flora St., 

Peoria, 111. 

John Wallace Hallowell, Jr. ^'P't: 

A. B. 1915. Track (2), (3). 

Merchant. 

113 S. Broad St., Philadelphia; res. 425 Linden 

Lane, Merion, Pa. 

Erskine Birch Harrison tp R '6 

fA. B. 1915. Elihu Club. Freshman Crew 
(Capt.) ; Crew. 
Rancher. 
Upland, Cal. 

Thomas Pierrepont Hazard (J; x '6 

A. B. 1915. Wolf's Head. Corporal Troop D 
1st Cavalry, N. G. N. Y. Member Yale Club. 
Chemical Engineer. 

L The Solvay Process Co., Syracuse, N. Y. ; res. 

■ Peace Dale, R. I. 



I 



William Huntting Jessup ^ s '0 

A. B. 1915. Scroll and Key. Pres. Yale Univ. 

Musical Assn.; Editor Yale Banner; Pot Pourri; 

Member Glee and Wednesday Night Clubs; 

Univ. Quartette. Member Yale (New York) 

Club. 

Insurance. 

435 Walnut St.; res. 2301 De Lancey PI., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Charles Parkhurst Kingsley ^ Q 'o 

A. B. 1915. Phi Beta Kappa. Member Psi 
Upsilon and Yale Clubs. Son of William Mor- 
gan Kingsley, Delta 83. 
Broker. 

45 Wall St.; res. 184 Northern Ave., New 
York, N. Y. 



Archibald MacLeish 

A. B. 1915. 
Lawyer. 
(Glencoe, III.) 

Douglas Stuart Moore 



(px'O 



•nB'c 



A. B. 1915. Member Yale Club. 

Student. 

27 Cedar St., New York; res. Cutchogue, N. Y. 



Stanley ^lorrison 



7, X 't 



A. B. 1915. Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Xi. 

Student. 

Redlands, Cal. 



Leonard Outhwaite 



^x'p 



A. B. 1916 Univ. of Cal. Phi Beta Kappa 

(Univ. of Cal.). 

Educator. 

University of Cal.; res. 2577 Buena Vista Way, 

Berkeley, Cal. 



Irving' Paris 



P?'P 



A. B. 1915. Skull and Bones. Member Yale 

Club. 

^Manufacturer. 

Plymouth and Adams Sts., Brooklyn; res. 124 

E. 72d St., New York, N. Y. 



J[ohn] Carlisle Peet 



\kR'y. 



A. B. 1915. Chi Delta Theta; Elizabethan 

Club; Dramatic Assn. Editor Yale Literary 

Magazine. Member Rock Island Arsenal Golf 

Club. 

Manufacturer. 

Deere & Co.; res. 1,215, 8th St., Moline, 111. 

Harold Armstrong Pumpelly ^ >^ 'p 

A. B. 1915. 

Manufacturer. 

Rome Wire Co., Rome; res. Front St., Owego, 

N. Y. 

Edward Pierce Rogers* 

Student. 

James Harvey Sharp, Jr. B C 'x 

421 9th St. S., Moorhead, Minn. 

Edwin Lyon Slocum ^ e ■*© 

A. B. 1915. Skull and Bones. 

Banker. 

Hallgarten & Co., 5 Nassau St., New York, 

N. Y.; res. 45 Plymouth St., Montclair, N. J. 

Edward Fairchild Smith 

A. B. 1915. 

Financier. 

(St. Albans, Vt.) 

Walker Ely Swift 



v.^\ 



A. B. 1915. Skull and Bones. Member Yale 

Club. 

Student. 

Yale Club, New York, N. Y. 



Boylston Adams Tompkins 



^cp'p 



A. B. 1915. Scroll and Key. Member Yale 

Club. 

Broker. 

5 Nassau St.; res. 140 W. 69th St., New York, 

N. Y. 



Arthur Farwell Tuttle 



t|;7c'^ 



A. B. 1915. Scroll and Key; Glee Club. Foot- 
ball; Baseball. Member Battery C 1st Field 
Artillery N. G. 111. Member University and 
Onwentsia Clubs. 
Merchant. 

John V. Farwell Co., 102 S. Market St., 
Chicago; res. Lake Forest, 111. 



Frank Wright Tuttle 



Y.Q't 



A. B. 1915. Wolf's Head; Alramat. Editor 
Yale Record and Yale Literary Magazine. Co.- 
author play "Quentin Durward." Member 
Yale Club. 
Advertising. 

Metropolitan Musical Bureau, 29 W. 42d St., 
New York, N. Y.; res. 115 Mason St., Green- 
wich, Conn. 



Malcolm Lee Wallace 



%X't 



A. B. 1915. Phi Beta Kappa; Wednesday 

Night and Apollo Glee Clubs. Choir; High 

Oration. Member Yale (New York) Club. 

Manufacturer. 

411-413 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y.; res. 191 

Edwards St., New Haven, Conn. 



Louis Stix Weiss 



FA'K 



A. B. 1915. Phi Beta Kappa; Elizabethan Club. 

Member Yale Club. 

Student. 

44 W. 86th St., New York, N. Y. 



204 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1915-16 



Henry James Wiser 



t}; X 'p 



Wolf's Head; Berkley Assn. Football; Hockey; 
Sec. Dramatic Assn. Commission in the Cana- 
dian Expeditionary Force, 207th Ottawa-Carle- 
ton Battalion. Member Thousand Islands 
Yacht and Thousand Islands Polo Clubs. 
Army Officer. 
Prescott, Ontario, Canada. 



Henry Gilbert Woodruff 



«p x'p 



Crew; Business Mgr. Junior Promenade Com- 
mittee; Mgr. Freshman Football. 
Farmer. 

"Royal Farms," Rumson Road, Little Silver, 
N. J. 

1916 

Charles Morgan Aldrich t]; cp 'tu 

(Formerly Charles Morgan Spiegle) 

A. B. 1916. Hockey. 

Broker. 

Thomson, Fenn & Co., Hartford, Conn. 

Henry Hill' Anderson ^ W ''o 

A. B. 1916. Wolf's Head. Second Lieut. 
U. S. Army. Member Yale Club. Son of 
Henry Burrall Anderson, Beta 85 and nephew 
of William Burrall Anderson, Beta 86 and 
Chandler Parsons Anderson, Beta 87. 
Officer. U. S. Army. 
323 W. 80th St., New York, N. Y. 

Philip Danforth Armour B y tt' 

Elmore McNeill Bostwick i^q^'i 

Wolf's Head; Whiffenpoofs; Mohicans. Yale 
Dramatic Assn.; Pres. Musical Clubs; Leader 
of Glee Club. Member Ambulance Corps, 
France, 16. Member University Club (St. 
Louis). 
Insurance. 

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., Nat- 
ional Bank of Commerce Bldg. ; res. 68 Vande- 
venter PI., St. Louis, Mo. 



Lewis Leonard Bredin 



XR'? 



A. B. 1916. Wolf's Head. 1st Colloquies; 
Minor Athletic Mgr. Sergeant Section 2, Bat- 
tery A lOth Field Artillery, N. G. Conn., 16. 
Member Detroit Country Club. 
Clerk. 

The Ford Motor Co.; res. 81 Eliot St., Detroit, 
Mich. 

William Adams Brown T ^ '^ 

(114 E. 30th St., New York, N. Y.) 

John Meigs Butler B C 'O 

A. B. 1916. 

Manufacturer. 

(1555 Ridge Ave., Evanston, III.) 

Victor Bush Caldwell, Jr. (]; tc 'x 

A. B. 1916. Elihu Club. Track; Football. 
Member Omaha, Omaha Country and Com- 
mercial Clubs. 
Banker. 
United States National Bank, Omaha, Nebr. 

George Williams Carrington (3 'x 

A. B. 1916. Scroll and Key. Football Mgr., 

1915. 

Banker. 

Brown Brothers & Co., 59 Wall St., New 

York, N. Y.; res. 2 Meeting St., Charleston, 

S. C. 



Daniel Waters Cassard 



^ix'x 



A. B. 1916. Sigma Delta Psi. Member Kent 

Country Club. 

College Ave. and Fulton St., Grand Rapids, 

Mich. 

Alfred Hebard Chappel, Jr. ^ti't 

A. B. 1916. Wolf's Head. Whiffenpoofs, 

University and Mory's Clubs. 

Exporter. 

Am. Trading Co., 25 -Broad St.; res. 161 

E. 79th St., New York, N. Y. 

Elisha Edmands Converse 

A. B. 1916. 

Financier. 

(101 Milk St., Boston, Mass.) 

Knight Cheney Cowles 



6^0 



6 (f'v. 



Elihu Club. Football; Track; Glee Club. 

Student. 

1130 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 111. 

John Bambridge Fitzpatrick B J^ ""A 



Morris Hadley 



^r^ 



A. B. 1916. Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Sigma 

Rho; Chi Delta Theta. "Y;" Valedictorian. 

1st Lieut., 10th Field Artillery National Guard, 

Conn. 

93 Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn. 



David Osborne Hamilton 



PtK 



A. B. 1916. 

Artist. 

(Beverly PI., Grosse Pointe, Detroit, Mich.) 



Foster Martin Hampton 



¥x'n 



A. B. 1916. Scroll and Key; Southern Club; 
Junior Promenade Committee; Track. Mem- 
ber Yale Club. 
Banker. 

Guaranty Trust Co., 140 Broadway, New 
York, N. Y. ; res. Fordyce, Ark. 

Alexander Wolcott Harbison "^F F 6 

A. B. 1916. 

Student. 

194 Washington St., Hartford, Conn. 

George Griswold Haven, Jr. 6 a 'O 

A. B. 1916. French Ambulance Corps, France, 

16. Member Yale Club. 

Manufacturer. 

6 E. 53d St., New York, N. Y. 

Hampden Walton Herring X ^ '^ 

A. B. 1916. 

Merchant. 

Am. Trading Co., 25 Broad St., New York, 

N. Y.; res. 156 Valley Rd., Montclair, N. J. 

Edward Waite Hubbard 

A. B. 1916. 

(98 North St., Auburn, N. Y.) 

James May Jessup 

A. B. 1916. 

Manufacturer. 

815 Madison Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

Casper Marvin Kielland 

Initiated by the Eta 



P?'t 



X Y o 



1916-17] 



BETA CHAPTER 



205 



Farwell Knapp 



Skull and 



A. B. 1916. Phi Beta Kappa; 

Bones; Elizabethan Club. 

Student. 

9 S. Marshall St., Hartford, Conn. 

Philip Henry Lindenburg ^ g 'o 

A. B. 1916. 

Manufacturer. 

(1306 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio.) 

Seth Low, 2d tp <1^ 'I 

A. B. 1916. Crew (Capt.) (4); Oration 

Scholarship. ]\Iember Yale Club. 

Banker and Aviator. 

30 E. 55th St., New York, N. Y. 



Hunting^ton Lyman 



ttG'o 



I 



A. B. 1916. Wolf's Head. Member Yale 

Club. Son of Hart Lyman, Beta 73. 

Broker. 

DeCoppet & Doremus, 42 Broadway; res. 65 

W. 54th St., New York, N. Y. 



Edward Tylor Miller K S 'X 

A. B. 1916. Phi Beta Kappa. Philosophical 
Oration; Junior and Senior Appointments; 

., Football; Lacrosse; Water Polo. Member Tal- 

K- hot Country Club. 

F Student. 

"The Pines," Easton, Md. 

Alexander McKee Munson ^ 'x 

A. B. 1916. Wolf's Head. Crew. Member 

Yale Club. 

Banker. 

Havden, Stone & Co., 25 Broad St.; res. 46 W. 

52d St., New York, N. Y. 

Curtis Burton Munson ^^*t: 

A. B. 1916. Scroll and Key; Elizabethan 

Club. 

Banker. 

Havden, Stone & Co., 25 Broad St.; res. 46 

W.'52d St., New York, N. Y. 

Rowland Farwell Potter ^ o 'ic 



A. B. 1916. 

Manufacturer. 

1636 Widener Bldg. ; res. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



1626 Spruce St., 



William Ross Proctor, Jr. 



prx 



k 



A. B. 1916. Scroll and Key; Elizabethan Club. 
Chairman Student Council and Yale Daily News. 
Member Yale and Racquet and Tennis Clubs. 
Journalist. 
.. 32 E. 39th St., New York, N. Y. 



Archibald McMartin Richards '^Q^t: 



A. B. 1916. Wolf's Head. Mgr. Tennis Team. 
399 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 



i 



Charles Morgan Spiegle 

(See Charles Morgan Aldrich) 

Kinley John Tener 

A. B. 1916. Skull and Bones. 

Student. 

Sewickley, Pa. 



le'K 



Harold Hilgard Tittmann, Jr. 4; /, "tc 

A. B. 1916. 

Manufacturer. 

5024 Westminster PL. St. Louis, Mo. 



Color Sergeant 10th 



214 



Harry Arthur Torson 

A. B. 1916. Elihu Club. 

Conn. Field Artillery. 

Manufacturer. 

Wagner Electric Co., St. Louis, Mo 

6th St., Moorhead, Minn. 

John Henry Vincent B Q "K 

A. B. 1916. Phi Beta Kappa; Scroll and Key; 

Elizabethan Club. 

Student. 

1005 5th St. S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Charles Rumford Walker, Jr. H ''K 

A. B. 1916. Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones; 

Chi Delta Theta; Pundits; Elizabethan Club. 

Track (1), (2), (3), (4); Chairman Yale Literary 

Magazine, 

Student. 

18 Park St., Concord, N. H. 



Everett Rowland Wilson 



KS-^K 



A. B. 1916. Editor Yale Daily Neivs; Vice-Pres. 

Dramatic Assn. 

Journalist. 

Jubilee Farm, Oak Hill. HI. 



1917 



Tracy Acosta 



Student. 

(P. O. Box 71, Jacksonville, Fla.) 



William Adams, Jr. 

Student. 
Lawrence, N. Y. 

Richard Bentley 

Scroll and Key. Mgr. Track; Banjo 

dolin Club; Freshman Football. 

Student. 

1505 Astor St., Chicago. 111. 

Donald McKelvey Blodget 

379 Park PL, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Francis Reynolds Blossom 

Scroll and Key. Golf. 
Student. 
Winnetka, 111. 

Howard Burpee Breeding 

Student. 
Perryville, Ky. 

Ray Claflin Bridgman 

Student. 

Lake Forest, 111. 

Stanley William Burke 



¥S'K 
¥t'K 

and Man- 

B^O 
K^'X 

HDV 
AR^ 
By)'0 



Scroll and Key. Pres. Yale Dramatic Assn. 

Student. 

5 Ravine Rd., Plainficld, N. J. 



Prescott Sheldon Bush 

Baseball 



BX^O 



Skull and Bones. 

Student. . 

Central and Cardington Aves., Columbus, Ohio. 



206 



BETA CHAPTER 



[1917 



George William Calhoun 



Oa-^A 



Care Patrick Calhoun, 30 Broad St., New York, 
N. Y. 



Henry Carter 

Phi Beta Kappa; Wolf's Head; Elizabethan 

Club. Woolsey and Bristed Scholar; Squash 

Team. 

Park St., Williamstown, Mass. 

Stuart Holmes Clement O y '^ 

Scroll and Key. Track. 

Student. 

786 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Henry Eugene Coe, Jr. tj; a K 

Student. 

5 E. 10th St.. New York, N. Y. 

David Smith Cowles X ^ '^ 

Student. 
Rye, N. Y. 

Thomas Hooker Cowles B R X 

Elihu Club. 

Student. 

1130 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 111. 

Edgar Gibson Grossman ^ y) ""O 

Wolf's Head. 1st Colloquy; Yale Daily News; 
Pres. Yale Andover Club. Corporal Battery C, 
10th Conn. Field Artillery. 
Student. 
Lisbon. N. H. 



Oliver Baty Cunningham 



^[x'o 



Phi Beta Kappa; Skull and Bones. Editor Vole 

Daily News; Mgr. Yale Dramatic Assn ; College 

Student Council. 

Student. 

1318 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111. 



Austin Dunham 



By'O 



Wolf's Head. Member Hartford Golf Club. 

Student. 

1030 Asylum Ave., Hartford, Conn. 



Samuel Sloan Duryee 



(I^T.'^o 



Skull and Bones; Elizabethan Club. Yale 

Literary Magazine; Football. 

Student. 

139 E. 36th St.. New York, N. Y. 

Roger Sherman Evarts ^ R X 

Student. 
(Windsor. Vt.) 

Edward Roland Noel Harriman 

Crew. 
Student. 
Harriman, N. Y. 

Henry Hutton Landon, Jr. W ^ 'K 

Wolf's Head. Mgr. Hockey Team. Member 

Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club. 

Student. 

19 E. S3d St., New York, N. Y. 



James Daniel Lucey 



^L'v 



Student. 

561 Myrtle Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 



John McHenry, Jr. 



Ky'X 



Wolf's Head. Member Green Spring Vallev 
Hunt Club. 
Owings Mills, Md. 



Henry Neil Mallon 



•i^y^ 



Student. 

234 McGregor Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Lawrence Newbold Murray ^ M 'O 

Scroll and Key. Hockey. 

Student. 

32 W. 39th St., New York, N. Y. 

George Edward Nichols X L ""v 

Student. 
Newman, 111. 

Julius Mosher Nolte A y ""[jl 

Student. 

1711 Wallace Ave., Duluth, Minn. 

Albert William Olsen W ^'v. 

Student. 
(Glenbrook, Conn.) 

Spencer Armstrong Pumpelly B x 'O 

Student. 
(Oswego, N. Y.) 

Jonathan Stone Raymond O S ""A 

Student. 

"The Ramparts," Gloucester, Mass. 

John Francisco Richards K ^ ""G 

4526 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, Mo. 

James Reed Sanderson W C ""X 

Business Mgr. Yale Literary Magazine; 1st Dis- 
pute; Junior Appointment. Sergeant Battery 
A 10th Field Artillery, N. G. Conn., 16. Mem- 
ber Piping Rock and Yale Clubs. 
Student. 
907 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Henry Holloway Scudder 6 S 'X 

Student. 

201 W. 8Sth St., New York, N. Y. 

John Shepard Stanton, Jr. IT D 'v 

Student. 

54 S. Portland Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Charles Morton Stewart, 3d K ix 'A 

Wolf's Head; Chi Delta Theta; University 
Club. Yale Literary Magazine; Track. Mem- 
ber Green Spring Valley Hunt Club. 
Student. 
Eccleston, Md. 

Edward Haynes Thurston (i X 'K 

Elihu Club. Member Battery A, 10th Field Ar- 
tillery N. G. Conn. 
Student. 
Westhampton Beach, N. Y. 

Francis Threepwood Tweddell A S '[x 

Student. 
Summit, N. J. 



1917-18] 

Lester Woodruff Ward 

Elihu Club; The Whiffenpoofs. 
319 Garfield PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Knight WooUey 



BETA CHAPTER 



O^'X 



To'K 

Skull and Bones. Yale News; Junior Promen- 
ade Committee. Battery A, lOtli Field Artillery 
N. G. Conn. 
Student. 
1 Sidney PL, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Reginald Stanley Young ^ ^ 'c 

Elihu Club. 

Student. 

94 S. Hamilton St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

P 1918 

Allan Wallace Ames ^ o'X 

Student. 

Care of James C. Sawyer, Andover, Mass. 

Lester Armour ^ p X 

Student. 

(8 E. 19th St., New York, N. Y.) 

Howard Malcolm Baldridge ^ S ^ 

Student. 

(124 S. 39th St., Omaha, Nebr.) 

Robert James Brown, Jr. 

Student. 
Hopkinton, Mass. 

Deane \Miittier Colton ^ o '^ 

, Student. 

^ 136 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Reginald Gorton Coombe ^ § ^? 

University and Sword and Gun Clubs. 
116 E. 63d St., New York. N. Y. 

Arthur Chittenden Crunden W p''X 

Student. 

4426 Westminster PI., St. Louis, Mo. 



I^'V 



[Frederick] Trubie Davison ^ S ^ 

Student. 

12 W. 51st St., New York, N. Y. 

Thomas Danforth Dixon 

Initiated by the Tau 

John Villiers Karwell, 3d Wo 'X 

Student. 

(Lake Forest, 111.) 

Artemus Lamb Gates W p ^ 

Oakhurst, Clinton, Iowa. 

James Gould ^ \k'o 

Varsity Football; Swimming Team. 
Student. 

The "Clinton," 10th and Clinton Sts., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Charles Hathaway, Jr. p 8 'X 

Student. 

(530 West End Ave., New York, N. Y.) 



Robert F4etcher Holden 

Student. 
Proctor, Vt. 

Maynard Cady Ivison 

Son of William Crane Ivison, Beta 92. 

Student. 

12 W. 48th St., New York, N. Y. 



207 



^u'^ 



Frederick Horr Lovejoy 

143 S. Mountain Ave., Montclair, N. J. 

Robert Abercrombie Lovett W / X 

Elizabethan Club. Dramatic Assn. (Mgr. 4) ; 

Junior Promenade Committee. 

Student. 

Locust Valley, N. Y. 

Howard Marquis Newton i: B ""[jl 

Student. 

James McCorkle Peirce tc ^ 'N 

Banker. 

Harris Trust and Savings Bank, 111 W. Monroe 

St.; res. Virginia Hotel, Chicago, 111. 



Ackley Shove 

Student. 

194 Belmont St., Fall River, Mass. 

Curtis Ripley Smith 

Football;* Baseblall. 

Student. 

St. Albans, Vt. 

Raymond Franklin Snell 

Baseball. 
Student. 
101 Newbury St., Brockton, Mass. 



Student. 

441 E. Town St., Columbus, Ohio. 



John Martin Vorys 

Student. 

441 E. Town St., C 

i\lexander Wiley 

Student. 

45 Broad St., Stamford, Conn. 

John Eliot Woolley 

Student. 

1 Sidney PL, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1919' 

Andrew Pickens Calhoun 

Student. 

Euclid Heights, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Edward Hardy Clark, Jr. 

Student. 

470 Park Ave.," New York, N. Y. 

xAle.xander Porteous Dann 

Student. 

204 Ellicott Sq., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Allan Wilkins Douglass 

.Student. 

558 W. Ferry St., Buffalo, N. Y. 



t O'M 
Hp'u 



Ban. 

(J^X^v 



208 

Samuel Ewing Durand 

Student. 

42 Westminster Rd., Rod 

Darrow Bruce Fulton 

Student. 

410 Riverside Drive, New 

Robert Wadsworth Griggs 

Student. 

2 Fox Terrace, Poughkeepsie, N 

Ashton William Hawkins 

Student. 

1215 E. Rio Grande St., E 

Oswald Roberts Jones 

Student. 

9 Cliff St., Waterbury, Coi 

Milton Shaw Kimball 



Student. 

42 Westminster Rd., Rochester, N. Y. 



Student. 

410 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. 



Student. 

1215 E. Rio Grande St., El Paso, Tex 



Be V 

By'^v 
B^^ 

({; 7C 'V 



Student. 
Bath, Maine. 



Samuel Waldron Lambert, Jr. B X 'v 

Student. 

130 E. 3Sth St., New York, N. Y. 

George Francklyn Lawrence, Jr. 

Bx'X 

Crew. 

Student. • • 

19 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y.; res. Short 

Hills, N. J. 

John McKelvy Lazear 

Initiated by the Chi 

Alexander Agnew McCormick, Jr. 



Student. 

5749 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111. 

James Sanford Otis 

Student. 

1709 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. 



B!;v 



\PTER ' 


[1919 


Darley Randall 


Bx^ 


Student. 

48 W. 59th St., New York, N. Y. 




James Wesley Ricker 


uv 


Student. 

Poland Springs, Maine. 




Thomas Clifford Rodman 


tjix'v 


Student. 

2631 Orchard Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 




Edward Traver Smith 


-l^rv 


Student. 
Patchogue, N. Y. 




Clarence Stanley 


Bi-'v 


Student. 

Great Barrington, Mass. 




Gilbert Stanley 


B?V 


Student. 

Great Barrington, Mass. 




Hugh Allen Ward 


4-X'v 


Student. 

319 Garfield PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 




Frederic Latimer Way 


•I'tV 


Student. 

796 Prospect Ave., Hartford, Conn. 




Franklin Warren Wolf 


B^v 



Brother of Walter Reid Wolf, Delta 19. 

Student. 

349 W. 85th St., New York, N. Y. 

Walter Reid Wolf 



lo'^u 



Brother of Franklin Warren Wolf, Delta 19. 

Student. 

349 W. 85th St., New York, N. Y. 



Kenneth Axford Wood 

Student. 

Hotel Iroquois, Buffalo, N. Y. 



(p (j'v 



SIGMA CHAPTER 



FOUNDED MARCH 28, 1840 



BROWN UNIVERSITY 
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 



1841 

Samuel Greene Arnold* PA© 

A. B. 1841; A. M. 1844; LL. D. 1878; LL. B. 
1845 Harvard Coll. Phi Beta Kappa. Trustee 
of Brown Univ., 48-80; Lieut. -Governor 

■ R. I., 52-53 and 61-63; Acting Governor, 61-62; 

P Delegate to the Peace Convention, 61; Colonel 
of Artillery and Aide, 61; U. S. Senator, 62- 
63; Trustee Providence Reform School; But- 
ler Hosp. for the Insane (11 years). Author 
"Spirit of Rhode Island History;" "History of 
the State of Rhode Island." Member Frank- 

1 lin Soc. 

Lawyer. d. 1880 

George Washington Brown* K B P 



A. B. 1841; A. M. 1844. 
Lawyer. 



Charter Member. 

d. 1861 



Thomas Clement Campbell* K D 6 

A. B. 1841. Commencement Orator. Charter 
Member; Dist. Atty., Dutchess County, 50-56. 
Lawyer. d. 1904 

Wilson Conner Cooper* o.Cp 

A. B. 1841. Charter Member. 
' Planter. d, 1866 

Benjamin Alexander Edwards* O N P 

A. B. 1841; A. M. 1844; B. D. 1844 Newton 
Theol. Inst. Phi Beta Kappa. Charter Member. 
Pastor Grafton, Mass., 45-50; Watertown, 50- 
i 54; Newtonville, 54-56; Plymouth, 56-60; Hol- 
liston, 60-65; Sharon, 65-72; . Bolton, 72-79. 
Clergyman. d. 1879 

Merrick Lyon* OS® 

A. B. 1841; A. M. 1844; LL. D. 1873 Univ. ot 
Chicago. Phi Beta Kappa. Charter Member; 
Principal Waterman Street English and Classi- 
cal School, Providence, R. I., 41-45; Brown 
Univ. Grammar School, 45-88; Pres. R. I. Inst, 
of Instruction, 72-74, and Am. Inst, of Instruc- 
tion, 74-76; Member Providence School Com- 
mittee, 55-73, and 76-88; Trustee Brown Univ., 
74-77 and Fellow, 77-88. 
Educator. d. 1388 



Elbridge Smith* 



oFe 

A. B. 1841; A. M. 1844; So. D. 1893. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Charter Member; Principal Brown 
Univ. Grammar School, Providence, R. I., 43- 
45; High School, Worcester, Mass., 45-48; 
High School, Cambridge, 48-57; Free Acad., 
Norwich, Conn., 57-67; Master High School, 
Dorchester, Mass., 67-02. 
Educator. d. 1912 

Alanson Harris Tinkham* K A €) 

A. B. 1841. Charter Member. 

Merchant. d. 1847 



1842 



George Murillo Bartol* 



%s 

A. B. 1842; D. D. 1892; B. D. 1845 Harvard 
Coll. Phi Beta Kappa. Charter Member; 
Acting Pastor, Chicago, III., 45-47; Pastor, 
Lancaster, Mass., 47-02; Pres. Mass. Evangeli- 
cal Missionary Soc; Soc. for Relief of Aged 
and Destitute Clergymen. 
Clergyman. d. 1906 



Stephen Elton Brownell* 



Gvp 



A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845. Principal Acad., 
Rhinebeck, N. Y., 43-54; Acad., Bonham, Tex., 

54-62. 
Farmer. 



Henry Harrison Button* 



oSO 

A. B. 1842; M. D. 1845 Univ. of the City of 

New York. Phi Beta Kappa. Charter Member. 

Teacher. Va.. 42-43. 

Merchant. d. 1890 



Asa Howard Gould* 



KiuP 



A. B. 1842; B. D. 1846 Newton Theol. Inst. 
Charter Member; Asst. Librarian Brown Univ., 
42-43; Pastor. Baring, Alaine, 47-56; East Au- 
burn, 56-60; Lebanon, 60-61; Alna, 61-65; West 
Gardiner, 65-70. 
Clergyman. d. 1884 



Zuinglius Grover* 



Y) (j) p 

A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Commencement Orator. Charter Member; 
Principal Prospect Grammar School, Provi- 
dence, R. I., 42-57; Dearborn Sem., Chicago, 
111., 57-88. Father of Thomas William Grover, 
Beta 74. 
Educator. 



Albert Harkness* 



d. 1891 

Otj^e 

A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845; LL. D. 1869; A. M. 
1854 Univ. of Bonn, Germany, and Ph. D. 
1854. Phi Beta Kappa. Valedictorian. Charter 
Member; Master High School, Providence, 
R. I., 43-5.^; Prof, of Grerk LanG:\inge and 
Literature, Brown Univ., 55-92; Emeritus, 92- 
07; Pres. Rhode Island Alpha of Phi Beta 
Kappi, 71-73. Author 'Latin Grammar;" "A 
First Greek Book;" "Introductory Latin 
Book;' "Elementary Latin Grammar;" "Practi- 
cal Introduction to Latin Prose Composition;" 
"Progressive Exercises in Reading and Writing 
Latin;" "First Year in Latin;" "Latin Reader." 
Member Archaeological and Am. Philological 
Assns. 
Educator. d. 1907 

KvO 



Milton Hebard* 

Charter Member. 



d. 1841 



210 



SIGMA CHAPTER 



[1842-45 



Adoniram Judson Huntington* © rj P 

A. B. 1843 Columbian Coll. and A. M. 1846; 
S. T. D. 1808 Brown Univ. Charter Member; 
Prof., 46-49 and 52-59; Prof, of (ireek Lan- 
guage and Literature Columbian Coll.. 66-02; 
Pastor, Lexington, Va., 49-51; Chelsea, Mass., 
51-52; Virginia. 59-60; Augusta, Ga., 60-66. 
Educator. d. 1903 



Orrin Bishop Judd* 



XQK 

A. B. 1844 Columbian Coll.; B. D. 1845 Hamil 
ton Theol. Sem.; A. M., 1846 Madison Univ 
and LL. D. 1854. Pres. Adelphian Sec, 42 
Pastor Second Baptist Church, New Haven 
Conn., 45-49; Union Baptist Church, New York 
49-52; Union Baptist Church, New York, 49 
52; VVooster Place Baptist Church, New Haven 
Conn., 64-66; Teacher New York Public School 
No. 82, 85-88. Author "Maclay Memorial." 
Educator. d. 1892 

Noah Ford Packard* o cr p 

A. B. 1842; A. M. 1845; B. D. 1845 Union 
Theol. Sem. Phi Beta Kappa. Charter Mem- 
ber; Acting Pastor, Cranston, R. I., 45-46; 
Stanwich, Conn., 46; New Orleans, La., 46-47. 
Clergyman. d. 1847 



James Monroe Phipps* 



096 



A. B. 1842; M. D. 1845 Harvard Coll. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Charter Member; Member Massa- 
chusetts Med. Soc. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1865 



John Barstow Willard* 



y.^p 



A. B. 1842. Phi Beta Kappa. Charter Mem- 
ber; Pastor Windsor, Vt., Still River, West- 

tojd, Lowell, Barnstable, Lunenburg and War- 
wick, Mass. 
Clergyman. d. 1900 

1843 

Sumner Winn Bacon* B R IT 

d. 1842 

Percival Whitmore Bartlett* o n 

A. B. 1843. Phi Beta Kappa. Charter Mem- 
ber; Teacher, Boston, Mass., 43-68; Asst. Mas- 
ter, Hancock Grammar School; Master Chan- 
man Grammar School; Principal Adams School. 
Educator. d. 1868 



Tracy Patch Cheever* 



srx 



A. B. 1843. Capt. 3Sth Inf. Regiment, Mass. 
Vols., 62-63; Member Mass. Legislature, 62 and 
65; Senator State of Mass., 68; Chairman Chel- 
sea Board of Education, 69-75. 
Lawyer. d. 1881 



Robinson Potter Dunn* 



YjXp 



A. B. 1843; A. M. 1846; S. T. D. 1864. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Valedictorian. Instr. in French 
and Acting Librarian. Brown Univ.. 44-46; Pas- 
tor Presbyterian Church. Camden. N. T., 49-51; 
Prof, of Rhetoric and English Literature, 
Brown Univ., 51-67. 
Educator. d. 1867 

Benjamin Gardner* XHO 

A. B. 1843; A. M. 1846. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Clergyman. ■ d. 1901 



Lowell Holbrook* 



o e e 



M. D. 1849 Univ. of the City of New York. 
Charter Member; Surg. 18th Inf. Regiment, 



Conn. Vols, and Acting Brigade Surg., 63-65; 

Pres. Conn. Med. Soc, 75. 

Physician and Surgeon. d. 1905 



Ezekiel Lamb Miller* 



/. e p 



A. B. 1843. Phi Beta Kappa. Charter Member. 
Lawyer. 



Daniel Follensbee Morrill* 



FyiP 



A. B. 1843. 
Planter. 



Harrison Carleton Page* 



Edwin Theodore Winkler* 



d. 1900 

xdO 

A. B. 1843; A. M. 1846; B. D. 1848 Newton 
Theol. Institution. Charter Member. 

d. 1847 

ARx 

A. B. 1843; B. D. 1846 Newton Theol. Institu- 
tion; S. T. D. 1860 Furman Univ. Pastor, 
Albany. Ga., 47-49; Gillisonville, S. C, 49-52; 
First Baptist Chvtrch, Charleston, S. C, 54-64; 
Citadel Square Baptist Church, Charleston, 64- 
72; Marion, Ala., 72-83; Chaplain Hosps., 
Charleston, S. C, 62-65; Pres. Southern Baptist 
Publication Soc; S. C. Baptist State Con- 
vention; Home Mission Board and Vice-Pres. 
of the Baptist Historical Soc. ; Trustee Furman 
Univ.; Howard Coll.. Judson Female Inst.; 
Southern Baptist Theol. Sem. 
Clergyman. d. 1883 



1844 



Cyrus Bentley* 



W[Ll 



A. B. 1844. Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement 
Orator. Father of Cyrus Bentley, Jr., Beta 82. 
Lawyer. d. 1888 



Caleb Blood* 



y, d p 



A. B. 1844. Phi Beta Kappa. Charter Mem- 
ber. Pastor, Chicago, 111.; Churches in Wis., 
Ind.. Kans. and Mo. 
Clergyman. d. 1880 



Elijah Warren Fiske* 
Alfred Ellenwood Giles* 



d. 1843 

V.\ 

A. B. 1844; LL. B. 1846 Harvard Coll. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Salutatorian. Charter Member. 
Author "Sabbath Question Considered by a 
Layman;" "Civil and Medical Liberty in the 
Healing Art;" "A Letter to the Massachusetts 
Congressmen on Plural Marriage and the Mor- 
mon Problem;" "Methods and Tendencies of 
Societies for Suppression Vice Discounten- 
anced;" "Iniquity of Compulsory Vaccination." 
Lawyer. d. 1904 



Alonzo Leland* 



X^Q 



Instr., Elk Ridge, Md.. 43-45; Pawtucket, R. L, 
45-46; Newport, 46-47; Lowell, Mass., 47-48; 
Chicopee Falls, 48-50; Postmaster, City of Port- 
land, 50-51 and City Judge, 51-52; Member 
First Legislature of Idaho and chairman of 
the Committee on the Judiciary and the Com- 
mittee on Engrossed and Enrolled Bills; Framer 
of the Constitution for Washington Territory. 
Journalist. d. 1891 

1845 



James Ewell Bell* 



c^el 

M. D. 1849 Med. Coll. of Va. Magistrate, 52- 

61; School Commissioner, 54-61; Pres. County 

Court, 69; Sheriff Princess Anne County, Va., 

69-73. 

Physician and Surgeon. 



I 



1845-471 



SIGMA CHAPTER 



211 



Solon Wanton Bush~''= 



yXO 



» 



A. B. 1845; B. D. 1848 Harvard Coll. Prize 

English Literature, 45; Commencement Orator. 

Pastor, Burlington, Vt., 49-53; Brattleborough, 

53-57; Medfield, Mass., 57-63; Needham, Mass., 

71-88. 

Clergyman. d. 1898 



Isaac Foote Cady* 



I 



Y W TC 

A. B. 1845; A. M. 1848. Prize in English Com- 
position, 43; Physical Science, 44. Trustee, 
Librarian and Sec. Free Public Library, Har- 
rington, R. I.; Vice-Pres. and Pres. Am. Educa- 
tion Inst.; Instr. at Wetherfield, Conn., 45-48; 
High School, Providence, R. I., 48-54; Chatham 
Acad., Savannah, Ga., 54-55; Principal High 
School, Warren, R. I., 55-69; Prince's Hill 
Family and Day School, Barrington Centre, 69- 
19\ Pres. Rhode Island Inst, of Instruction, 75. 
Educator. d. 1884 



William Hadley Eaton* 



Utu 



I 



A. B. 1845; A. M. 1848; S. T. D. 1867; B. D. 
1848 Newton Theol. Institution. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Pastor Salem, Mass., 49-54; Nashua, 
N. H., 56-70; Keene, 72-96; Trustee Colby Acad., 
56-91; Newton Theol. Institution, 65-88; Brown 
Univ., 75-96. Author "Our Father's God Our 
God;" "It's Conflict and It's Victory." 
' Clergyman. d. 1896 

Charles Gifford* P e o 

Merchant. d. 1861 

Foster Henry* ^ a i 

A. B. 1845; A. M. 1848; B. D. 1848 Newton 
Theol. Institution. Pastor Tyringham, Mass., 
52-57; Pawtucket, R. I., 57-61; Danversport, 
Mass., 61-66; Newport, N. H., 66-72; North 
Bennington, Vt., 72-80; Cavendish, 80-85; Hins- 
dale, N. H., 85-86. 
Clergyman. d. 1886 

Tel 

d. 1857 



William Gridley Mickell* 
Georg-e Parks* 

A. B. 1845. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Publisher. 

Eli Thaver* 



I 



d. 1855 

0) p 

A. B. 1845: A. M. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Salutatorian. Instr. Acad., Worcester, Mass., 
45-48; Member Common Council, Worcester, 
53; Mass. Legislature 53-54 and U. S. House of 
Representatives, 57-61. 
Scientist. d. 1899 

1846 

Frank William Anthony* P F v 

A. B. 1846; B. D. 1849 General Theol. Sem. 
Phi Beta Kappa. Commencement Orator. 
Treas. St. Paul's Church, Jackson, and Jackson 
County Agricultural Soc; Dir. of Public 
Schools: Treas., City of Jackson, 61-63; Post- 
master, 66-68; Vice-Pres. Land League, State 
of Mich. 
Farmer. d. 1910 

Franklin Jackson Dickman* n Q a' 

A. B. 1846; LL. D. 1892. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Salutatorian. U. S. Dist. Atty. Northern Dist. 
of Ohio; Member Ohio Legislature, 62-64; 
Member Board of Visitors U. S. Military 
Acad., West Point, 58; Justice Supreme Court 
Ohio, 86-02. Father of Robert Neil Dickman, 
Phi 86. 
Lawyer. d. 1908 



Thomas Durfee* 



ed^ 



A. B. 1846; LL. D. 1875. Prize in Essays, 44. 
Member Providence Court of Magistrates, 
54-60; Presiding Justice, 55-60; R. I. Legisla- 
ture and Speaker of the House, 63-64; Senator, 
65; Justice Supreme Court, 65-75; Chief Justice, 
75-91; Trustee Brown Univ., 76-88; Chancellor, 
79-88. Father of Samuel Slater Durfee, Sigma 
SO and brother of Simeon Borden Durfee, 
Sigma 51. 
Lawyer. " d. 1901 



William Seabrook Lawton 

Planter. 

Raymond Lopez* 

A. B. 1846. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Architect. 



©Da' 

d. 1866 

Nathaniel Whiting- Metcalf* ^ " o 

A. B. 1846; A. M. 1849. Teacher, Pittsburgh, 
Pa.; New Marlboro, Mass.; Medway, Mass. 
Manufacturer d. 1871 



Stephen Waterman* 



$Sv 



A. B. 1846. Member Common Council, City of 
Providence, 55-60 and 69-71; Pres., 56-60; Alder- 
man, 61-62; Member R. I. Legislature, 70-71. 
Father of Harold Pearce Waterman, Sigma 74, 
Paul Waterman, Sigma 80, William Bullock 
\Vaterman, Sigma 82 and Stephen Waterman, 
Sigma 86. 
Broker. d. 1871 



1847 



George Capron 



* 



9 cX 



A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850. Phi Beta Kappa. 1st 
Prize in Greek, 44 and 45. Instr. Acad., Wor- 
cester, Mass., 47-48; High School, Providence, 
R. I., 48-52; Principal High School, Worcester, 
Mass.. 52-55. 
Insurance Agent. d. 1893 



Phineas Howe* 



Ai^ 



A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850. Phi Beta Kappa. 1st 

Prize in Mechanics, 46; Salutatorian. Pastor, 
Somerville, Mass., 52. 

Clergyman. d. 1852 

Emery Harkness Page 

Initiated by the Psi 

Isaac Pond* 8 <p ^ 

(formerly Isaac Proud) 

A. B. 1847. 

Educator. d. 1879 

Isaac Proud 

(See Isaac Pond) 

Amos Fletcher Spalding* S [x ^ 

A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850; B. D. 1850 Newton 
Theol. Institution. Phi Beta Kappa. Prize in 
Mathematics, 44 and 45; Licentiate, 50-51; 
Pastor, Montreal, Canada, 51-52; Cambridge, 
Mass. (2d Church). 52-56; Calais, Maine, 56-60; 
Warren, R. I., 60-70; Norwich, Conn. (1st 
Church), 70-76; Needham, Mass., l(>-n\ Sec. 
Mass. Baptist Convention, 55-56; Chaplain 20th 
Inf. Regiment R. I. Vols., 62-63; Member R. I. 
State Board of Education, 70. 
Clergyman. d. 1877 



\ 



212 



SIGMA CHAPTER 



[1847-50 



Ambrose Pascal Sevilon Stuart* A g X 

A. B. 1847; A. M. 1850. Phi Beta Kappa. Prof, 
of Rhetoric and Moral Philosophy, Acadia Coll., 
47-49; Mathematics and Chemistry, 53-58; 
Principal Grammar School, Providence, R. I., 
49-51; High School, Danvers, Mass., 51-53; 
Acad., Worcester, Mass., 63-64;Asst. Instr. in 
Chemistry, Lawrence Scientific School of Har- 
vard Coll., 64-68; Prof, of Chemistry, Agricul- 
tural Coll., Pa., 68; Illinois Industrial Univ., 
68-74; Fellow Am. Assn. for the Advancement 
of Science. Member German Chemical Soc. of 
Berlin. 
Educator. d. 1899 

Francis Wayland Weston* A X v 

A. B. 1847. Phi Beta Kappa. 2d Prize in 
Greek, 44; 1st Prize in Latin, 45 and 46; Vale- 
dictorian, d. 1848 



1848 



LaFayette Burr^ 



Xnv 



A. B. 1848; A. M. 1851. Phi Beta Kappa. 1st 
Entrance Prize in Latin, 44; 2d Latin Prize, 45 
Commencement Orator. Instr. Friends' School 
Providence, R. I., 48-49; Principal High School 
Bristol, R. I., 49-51; Public School, near Ray 
mond, Miss., 52-53; Acad., Danielsonville 
Conn., 60-62. 
Warehouseman. d. 1904 



Y d y. 



Jeremiah Olney Carr* 

A. B. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa. Valedictorian. 
Physician. d. 1856 

Fayette Clapp* T S X" 

A. B. 1848; M. D. 1851 Castleton Med. Coll. 
Surg. U. S. Army, Staff of General Fremont, 
61-62; Supt. U. S. Hosp., St. Louis, Mo. and 
Surg. Miss. Fleet, 61-64. 
Physician and Surgeon. d. 1864 



James Edward Leach* 



5( w 



A. B. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa. University Prize 
in Mathematics, 46; 2d Prize in Mechanics, 47; 
1st Prize in Astronomy, 48; Salutatorian. Instr. 
High School, Providence, R. I., 48-49. 
Educator. d. 1849 



Pendleton Murrah* 



$L^' 



A. B. 1848. Phi Beta Kappa. 2d Prize in Es- 
says, 47; 1st Prize in Political Economy, 48. 

Governor, State of Tex.. 62-64. 

Lawyer. d. 1865 

1849 

James Burrill Angell* A c w 

A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852; LL. D. 1868; LL. D. 
1887 Columbia; LL. D. 1896 Rutgers; LL. D. 
1896 Princeton; LL. D. 1901 Yale; LL. D. 1902 
Johns Hopkins; LL. D. 1904 Univ. of Wis.; 
LL. D. 1904 Univ. of Vt.; LL. D. 1905 Harvard; 
LL. D. 1909 Dartmouth; LL. D. 1911 Miami 
Univ.; LL. D. 1912 Univ. of Mich.; LL. D. 
1913 Peking Univ. Phi Beta Kappa. 1st En- 
trance Prize in Greek, 45; 1st Latin Prize, 46, 
47 and 48; 2d Greek Prize 46; 2d Essay Prize, 
47; 2d Prize in Physics, 48; 1st Essay Prize, 
48; 1st Prize in Moral Philosophy, 49; Valedic- 
torian. Asst. Librarian Brown Univ., 49-50; 
Prof, of Modern Languages, Brown Univ., 53- 
60; Pres. Univ. of Vt., 66-71; Pres. Univ. of 
Mich., 71-09; Pres. Emeritus since 09; U. S. 
Minister to China, 90-91; Member Anglo-Am. 
International Commission on Canadian Fisher- 



ies, 87; Chairman Canadian _ Am. Commission 
on Deep Waterways, 96; Minister to Turkey, 
97-98; Regent, Smithsonian Inst. Author "Pro- 
gress in International Law," "The Higher 
Education." 
Educator. d. 1916 



Reuben Thomas Durrett* 



Ppf 



A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852; LL. D. 1894; LL. B. 
1850 Univ. of Louisville and LL. D. 1896; 
LL. D. 1895 Georgetown Coll. Valedictorian at 
Law School. Member Common Council City 
of Louisville, 53-54; Founder Public Library of 
Ky., 71; Pres. 71-80; Pres. Children's Free 
Hosp. and P. E. Orphan Asylum. Author "Life 
and Writings of John Filson, the First Historian 
of Kentucky;" "Revolutions of 1798 and 1799." 
Member Am. Historical and Va. Historical 
Socs.; State Historical Soc. of Wis. and Poly- 
technic Soc. of Louisville. 
Lawyer. _ d. 1913 

^da' 



Horatio Gray* 



A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852; B. D. 1852 Theol. Sem. 
of Va. 1st Entrance Prize in Greek, 45. Asst. 
Minister, St. Andrew's Church, Philadelphia, 
Pa., 53-54; St. John's Church, Providence, R. I., 
58; Rector Grace Church Waverly, N. Y., 
S6-S8; Grace Church Mamaroneck, N. Y., 67- 
72. 
Clergyman. d. 1903 

Rowland [Gibson] Hazard* A R <p' 

A. B. 1849; A. M. 1852; LL. D. 1869. Phi 
Beta Kappa. 1st Prize in Mathematics, 46 
and 47; 2d Prize in Mechanics, 48; 1st Prize 
in Intellectual Philosophy, 48; Astronomy, 49; 
Commencement Orator. Member R. I. Legis- 
lature, 63-64; Senator, State of R. I., 67-69; 
Trustee Brown Univ., 75-89; Corporate Mem- 
ber Am. Board of Commissioners of Foreiecn 
Missions; Trustee Butler Hosp. for the Insane; 
Pres. Washington County Agricultural Soc, 75- 
98. Author "Credit Mobilier of America" 
and "Address before the Washington Agricul- 
tural Society." Brother of John Newbold 
Hazard, Sigma 57. 
Manufacturer. d. 1898 



Charles Henry Mason* 



^m^' 



A. B. 1849. 1st Sec. Washington Territory, 

53-59; Acting Governor. 

Lawyer. d. 1859 



William Hammond Mills* 



7 9^' 



A. B. 1849; D. D. 1881 Nebraska Coll. Com- 
mencement Orator. Rector St. Peter's Church, 
Manton, R. I., 52-58; Church of the Messiah, 
Providence, 58-60; St. Mary's Church, Dor- 
chester, Mass., 60-74; St. Paul's Church, Erie, 
Pa. 74-80; St. Paul's Church, Yonkers. N. Y., 
80-88; Dean of Erie, 75-80; Deputy to the 
General Conventions P. E. Church from the 
Diocese of R. I., 59; Mass., 68; Pittsburgh, 77. 
Clergyman. d. 1893 



James Tillinghast* 



$ w A' 



A. B. 1849. Phi Beta Kappa. 1st Prize in 
Greek, 46-47 and 49; Latin, 46; Physics, 48-49; 
2d Prize in Mathematics, 47; Commencement 
Orator. Father of Henry Anthony Tillinghast, 
Sigma 82 and Theodore H. Foster Tillinghast, 
Sigma 84. 
Lawyer. d. 1914 

1850 

George Esdras Allen* cp e [B' 

A. B. 1850; B. D. 1853 Judson Sem. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Entrance Prize in Latin, 46; Saluta- 



1850-52] 



SIGMA CHAPTER 



213 



torian. Pastor, Cambridge, Mass., 58-63; North 
Reading, 80-96; Asst. Rector, Wo