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LEGISLATIVE 
SENATE 



ALLEN T. TREADWAY, 
President. 



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TREADWAY, ALLEN T., Berkshire- 
Hampshire-Hampden, Rep., Stockbridge. 
Born there Sept. 16, 1867; public schools, 
Amherst college 1886. Hotel business; 
proprietor of the famous Red Lion Inn 
of Stockbridge and Heaton Hall in the 
same town. House 1904, committee on 
ways and means; Senate 1908, committees 
on labor, agriculture, bills in third reading 
and taxation (chairman), unanimous choice 
of the Republican caucus and of the Senate 
for president in 1909; nominated by both 
Republicans and Democrats for Senate of 
1910; for many years chairman of the Re- 
publican town committee of Stockbridge. 
Vice-president Stockbridge library, presi- 
dent Stockbridge Lighting Company, trus- 
tee Lee Savings Bank. Masons, 32d de- 
gree. Knight Templars, past district deputy 
grand master of the 15th district. 



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ABBOTT, GIDEON B., 9th Suffolk, Rep., 
Boston. Born there May 4, 1874; public 
schools, Harvard. Manufacturers' agent. 
Masons. Common council three years; 
House 1906-'07, committee on street rail- 
ways. Senate 1908-'09, fisheries and game 
(chairman), harbors and public lands, 
street railways, counties (chairman), pub- 
lic lighting. 

'10, street railways (ch.), public lighting, 
election laws. 



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BENNETT, FRANK P., JR., 7th Middle- 
sex, Rep., Saugus. Born Palmero, Me., 1878; 
public schools, Harvard, 1900. Publisher, 
vice-pres. and director Frank P. Bennett & 
Co., Inc., treas. and director Oaklandvale 
Farm, Inc. Member 2d Corps Cadets. House 
1905-'06, committees on ways and means, 
agriculture (clerk). 

Senate '10, committees on counties (ch.), 
street railways, ways and means. 



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BLANCHARD, CHARLES V., 3d Middle- 
sex, Rep., Somerville. Born Cambridge Feb. 
2, 1866; public schools, commercial college. 
Financial manager. Masons, I. O. O. F., K. P., 
Legion of Honor, board of trade. Republican 
city committee; House 1906-'07-'08-'09, com- 
mittees on printing, rules (clerk), public 
lighting (clerk), taxation, recess committee 
on taxation '06, taxation commission '07, 
public charitable institutions (chairman). 

Senate '10, committees on prisons (ch.), 
public lighting, railroads. 

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BRAY, CLIFFORD B., 2d Essex, Rep., 
Beverly. Born, Turner, Me., Jan. 5, 1857; 
public schools. Shoe manufacturer. Repub- 
lican and Union clubs of Beverly, Essex club, 
Masons 32d degree. Republican town and 
city committee since 1884 (chairman '08) ; 
Board of aldermen 1897 ; Senate '09, com- 
mittees on libraries (chairman), mercantile 
affairs, printing (chairman), state house. 

'10, harbors and lands (ch.), public light- 
ing, libraries. 



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BUNTING, GEORGE, Sth Essex, Rep., Me- 
tlmen. Born Lawrence, August 31, 1868, pub- 
lic schools. Clerk. House 1907-'08, commit- 
tees on taxation, pay roll; Senate '09, com- 
mittees on drainage (chairman), engrossed 
bills, taxation, towns. 

'10, towns (ch.), counties, taxation. 



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BURNHAM, LEWIS, 1st Suffolk, Rep., 
Boston. Born Essex, April 23, 1844; public 
schools. Coal business. President Suffolk 
Coal Co., director Columbia Trust Co.^ 
trustee Sumner Savings Bank; Masons,. 
G. A. R.; Common Council 1889-90; House 
'92-'93, committees on prisons, election laws 
(chairman); Senate 1909, cities, education^ 
parishes and religious societies (chairman)^ 
state house (chairman). 

'10, cities (ch.), drainage, eng. bills. 
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BUTLER, JOHN J., 7th Suffolk, Dem.. 
Boston. Born Ireland, June 7, 1865; national 
schools. Cardriver, station master, collector. 
K. C, A. O. H. House 1904-'05-'06, com- 
mittees on relations between employers and 
employees, constitutional amendments, li- 
braries, liquor law; Senate 1908-'09, en- 
grossed bills, liquor law, metropolitan af- 
fairs, constitutional amendments, parishes 
and religious societies, public service, state 
house, public charitable institutions. 

'10, met. affairs, public service, libraries. 
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CROSBY, J. HOWELL, Gth Middlesex, 
Rep., Arlington. Born Belmont, Dec. 30, 
1867; public schools. Market gardener. 
Boston Market Gardeners' Association, Mid- 
dlesex Club. School committee, selectman; 
House 1899-1900-'01-'02, committees on bank 
and banking, taxation, ways and means 
(clerk), public service; Senate '09, commit- 
tees on agriculture, metropolitan affairs 
(chairman), ways and means. 

'10, ways and means (ch.), met. affairs 
(ch.), bills 3d reading. 

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DENNY, DANIEL E., 2nd Worcester, 
Rep., Worcester. Born there July 14, 1845; 
Worcester academy. Real estate and insur- 
ance. Common council two years (presi- 
dent one year); House 1906-'07-'08-'09, com- 
mittees on cities, military affairs (chairman). 
Knights Templar, Knights of Pythias, 
G A. R. 

Senate '10, committees on military affairs 
(ch.), cities, insurance. 



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DOYLE, JAMES H., 4th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there June 17, 1867; public 
schools. Liquor dealer. House 1893-'94, com- 
mittees on leave of absence, drainage, public 
service; Ward 12 Democratic committee 
(chairman eight years); board of aldermen 
1899, 1900-'01-'02-'03-'04 (chairman 1901-'02- 
'03-'04); superintendent of streets 1906-'07; 
Senate '09, committees on federal relations, 
public health, taxation. 

'10, taxation, military affairs, public 
health. 31 




EVANS, WILMOT R., JR., 4th Middlesex, 
Rep., Everett. Born there March 18, 1878; 
public schools, Harvard 1900, B. U. law 
school 1903. Lawyer. House 1905-'06, com- 
mittees on judiciary, federal relations, pro- 
bate and chancery (chairman) ; Senate '09, 
committees on bills in third reading, consti- 
tutional amendments, education (chairman), 
judiciary. 

'10, education (ch.), federal relations, 
judiciary. 



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FARLEY, DENNIS E.. Franklin-Hamp- 
shire, Rep., Erving. Horn Colrain, June 12, 
1852; Shelburne Falls academy. Paper man- 
ufacturer. Masons, Shriners, Red Men, A. O. 
U. W. House 1907-'08, committees on rail- 
roads, federal relations (chairman); Senate 
'09, agriculture, federal relations (chairman), 
roads and bridges. 

'10, federal relations (ch.), agriculture, 
roads and bridges. 



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GREENWOOD, LEVI H., 3d Worcester, 
Rep., Gardner. Born there Dec. 22, 1872; 
public schools and St. Paul's school, Con- 
cord, N. H., 2 years at Harvard, class of 1896. 
Publisher. President Gardner News Com- 
pany, director Haywood Bros, and Wakefield 
Company, Gardner Electric Light Company, 
First National Bank, trustee Gardner Sav- 
ings Bank. Senate 1909, committees on 
banks and banking (chairman), street rail- 
ways, ways and means. 

'10, taxation (ch.), ways and means, rail- 
roads. 

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HARVEY, JOHN L., 5th Middlesex, Rep., 
Waltham. Born North Fairfield, O., Dec. 5, 
1S57; Ohio Wesleyan university, B. U. law 
school. Lawyer. N. E. Alumni of O. W. uni- 
versity (president two years), corporations 
Waltham Hospital, Leland Home for Aged 
Women (pres.). Chairman water commis- 
sioners, city solicitor, mayor (4 years); 
Senate '09, committees on legal affairs (chair- 
man), liquor law, metropolitan affairs, par- 
ishes and religious societies. 

'10, legal affairs (ch.), met. affairs, insur- 
ance. 

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HIBBARD, JOSEPH H.' 8th Middlesex, 
Rep., Lowell. Born Shoieham, Vt., April 3, 
1S60; public schools, Ticonaeroga academy 
1878. Musician, director and manager. 
1. O. O. F., Elks, Red Men, F. of A. 
House 1905-'06, committees on prisons, mer- 
cantile affairs; Senate 1908-'09, insurance, 
prisons, roads and bridges (chairman), mili- 
tary affairs, water supply. 

'10, roads and bridges (ch.), military af- 
fairs, street railways. 



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jjTTT .TM A T^TiaF.NT^ C, 1st Norfolk, 
Rep., Quincy. Born Boston, July 13, 1875; 
Institute of Technology. Consulting engi- 
neer. Technology, Granite City, Quincy 
Point Business Men's clubs, Boston Y. M. 
C. A., K. T., Shriners. Rep. city committee, 
House 1906-'07-'08, committees on election 
laws (clerk), water supply (chairman), pub- 
lic lighting; Senate '09, harbors and public 
lands, public lighting (chairman), taxation. 

'10, public lighting (ch.), rules, taxation, 
ways and means. 

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KEITH, ROLAND M„ 2d Plymouth, Rep., 
Bridgewater. Born there March 16, 1847; 
public schools, academy. Contractor and 
builder. Masons. Republican town commit- 
tee 26 years (chairman 4 years): House 1907- 
'08, committees on labor, parishes and re- 
ligious societies, fisheries and game, prisons; 
Senate '09, fisheries and game (chairman), 
prisons, street railways. 

'10, fish and game (ch.), prisons, street 
railways. 



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LOMASNEY, JOSEPH P., 3d Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born there March 10, 1863; 
public schools. Real estate. Common coun- 
cil 1888, House 1890-'91-1900-'01, committees 
on printing, constitutional amendments, In- 
surance, congressional redistricting, Battle 
of Bennington celebration (special), ways 
and means, funeral of Gov. Wolcott (spe- 
cial). Deputy Supt. Bridges, Asst. Water 
Commissioner city of Boston, Democratic 
State committee; Senate '10, committees 
on cities, fish and game, bills 3d reading. 
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MAHONEY, DANIEL D., 2d Hampden, 
Dem., Chicopee. Born England; public 
schools. Liquor dealer. Foresters, Eagles, 
Red Men. Alderman three years, city mar- 
shal Chicopee, 1904; Senate 1906-'07-'08-'09, 
committees on engrossed bills, agriculture, 
labor, prisons, railroads, public health, re- 
cess committee on Sunday laws '06, mer- 
cantile affairs 

'10, constitutional amendments (ch.), mer- 
cantile affairs, railroads. 



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MEANEY, JOHN F., 4th, Worcester, 
Dem., Blackstone. Born Scituate, R. I., 
Jan. 5, 1880; public schools Blackstone, 
B. U. law school. Lawyer. Foresters of 
America, A. O. H. Town solicitor past 7 
years, tax collector past 5 years, Democratlo 
town committee, state committee 1908 
(chairman executive committee), 1909. 

Senate '10, committees on legal affairs, 
towns, drainage. 



MELLEN, WALTER B., Worcester and 
Hampden, Rep., Brookfield. Born there 
Sept. 24, 1860; public schools. Farmer. 
Ex-Pres. Worcester South Agricultural So- 
ciety, Masons, Grange. Chairman Repub- 
lican town committee, selectman, overseer 
of the poor, road commissioner; House 
1902, committee on roads and bridges. 

Senate '10, committees on agriculture 
(ch.), towns, labor. 



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MULLIGAN, HENRY C, 1st Middlesex, 
Rep., Natick. Born there March 6, 1854; 
Harvard law school, 1879. Lawyer. Presi- 
dent Natick Five Cent Savings Bank, presi- 
dent Natick Commercial Club, Mason, K. T., 
S. of V. Trial Justice Natick police court 
since 1892, president board of library trus- 
tees 18 years, school committee 24 years 
(chairman) ; Senate '09, committees on con- 
stitutional amendments (chairman), en- 
grossed bills (chairman), legal affairs, 
printing; '10 election laws (ch.), banks and 
banking, judiciary. 



NASH, MELVIN S., 1st Plymouth, Rep., 
Hanover. Born Abington, August 3, 1857; 
public and private schools. Minister, general 
agent Universalist Publishing House. 
Masons, R. A. C, K. T., I. O. O. F. Library 
trustee, school committee; House 1894-1907- 
'08, committees on public health, parishes 
and religious societies, roads and bridges 
(clerk); liquor law, towns (chairman); Sen- 
ate '09, education, public charitable institu- 
tions, towns (chairman). 

'10, insurance (ch.), education, public 
charitable institutions. 

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NASON, ARTHUR L., 4th Essex, Rep., 
Haverhill. Born there Oct. 24, 1872; public 
schools. Shoe worker. Central Club, I. O. 
O. P. Republican city committee 3 years; 
House 1906-'07-'08-'09, committees on par- 
ishes and religious societies (clerk), roads 
and bridges (clerk, chairman). 

Senate '10, committees on drainage (ch.), 
roads and bridges, water supply. 



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NEWHALL, GEORGE H., 1st Essex, Rep., 
Lynn. Born there Oct. 24, 1850; public 
schools, Wesley an academy. Real estate and 
insurance. Republican Club, Masons, I. O. 
O. P., Red Men, K. P., A. O. U. W., presi- 
dent Lynn Board of Underwriters. Common 
council 2 years, alderman 4 years. House 
1894-'95-1906-'07-'08, committees on cities, 
constitutional amendments, insurance, pub- 
lic service (chairman). 

Senate *10, committees on public service 
(ch.), cities, harbors and lands. 

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O'CONNOR, PATRICK H., Gth Suffolk. 
Dein., Boston. Born there Jan. 1, 1882; public 
schools. Fire insurance collector. K. C, A. O. 
H., St. Augustine's Ushers' club, honorary 
member Mercer Club. Common council 2 
years. House 1907-'08, committees on edu- 
cation, liquor laws; Senate '09, drainage, 
engrossed bills, insurance. 

'10, harbors and lands, labor, eng. bills. 



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PARKER, W. PRENTISS, 8th Suffolk, 
Rep., Boston. Born there Dec. 11, 1857; 
public schools. Banker. Treas. Fellows 
Athenaeum, director Old Ladies' Home, Rox- 
bury, Boston city club (treas. '08-'09). 
Trustees of pauper institutions of the city of 
Boston (chairman); board of aldermen 1908; 
sinking funds commissioner; Senate '09, com- 
mittees on banks and banking, metropolitan 
affairs, public health (chairman). 

'10, public health (ch.), mercantile af- 
fairs, met. affairs. 

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PICKFORD, JOHN H., 1st Worcester, 
Rep., Worcester. Born Manville, R. I., Sept. 
9, 1849; public schools. Building contractor. 
City Republican club, I. O. O. F. House 
1906-'07-'08-'09, committees on public char- 
itable institutions, counties. 

Senate '10, committees on liquor law 
(ch.), counties, public charitable institu- 
tions. 



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RANKIN, JOHN L., 1st Bristol, Rep., 
TauntOD. Born there Dec. 6, 1850; public 
schools. Custodian county buildings; A. O. 
U. W. House 1902-'03, committees on har- 
bors and public lands and state house. 

Senate '10, committees on eng. bills (ch.), 
harbors and lands, fish and game. 



ROCKWOOD, BRADLEY iVL, 2d Norfolk, 
Rep., Franklin. Born there May 24, 1862; 
public schools, Bryant & Stratton Business 
College. Woolen manufacturer. Home Mar- 
ket club, Republican club of Mass., Norfolk 
club, Knight Templars. Republican town 
committee, registrar of voters, selectman, 
water board (chairman); House 1906-'07, 
committees on public health, water supply; 
Senate '09, bills in third reading, election 
laws (chairman), public lighting, water sup- 
ply; '10 mercantile affairs (ch.), water sup- 
ply, federal relations. 

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ROSS, SAMUEL, 3d Bristol, Rep., New 
Bedford. Born Cheshire, England, Feb. 2, 
1865; public schools. Cotton mule spinner. 
Pres. National Spinners' association; House 
1892 to '99, committees on labor (chairman), 
state house, libraries; House 1902 to '08, la- 
bor (chairman), constitutional amendments, 
recess committee on Sunday laws '06, recess 
committee on labor, '07; Senate '09, labor 
(chairman), libraries, printing, public health. 

'10, labor (ch.), prisons, public health. 



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SPALDING, THORNDIKE, 2cl Middlesex, 
Rep., Cambridge. BorD Boston, Nov. 1, 
1871; Harvard A.B. '95, L.L.B. '97. Lawyer. 
Masons, Knights Templar, Middlesex club 
(sec), Rep. club of Mass. (chairman exec, 
com.). Ex-pres. Rep. state committee, ex- 
pres. Rep. city committee; common council 
1899 to '02; Senate 1908-'09, committees on 
bills in third reading, legal affairs (chair- 
man), judiciary (chairman), election laws, 
insurance, cities. 

'10, judiciary (ch.), rules, election laws. 
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TEELING, RICHARD S., Suffolk, D^m., 
Boston. Born there Dec. 26, 1878; Boston 
college 1899, B. U. law school, 1904. Lawyer. 
K. C, M. C. O. P., Catholic Alumni sodality. 
House 1906-'07, committees on probate and 
chancery, recess insurance '06, rules, insur- 
ance, taxation commission '07: Senate '09, 
judiciary, liquor law, rules. 

'10, judiciary, rules, liquor law. 



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TINKHAM, GEORGE HOLDEN, 5th Suf- 
folk, Rep., Boston. Born Plymouth, Oct. 29, 
1870; Prince, Chauncy Hall and Hopkinson's 
schools. Harvard '94. Lawyer. Republican 
city committee 12 years; Common council 
1897-'98; Board of aldermen 1900-'01-'02. 

Senate '10, committees on banks and 
banking (ch.), education, constitutional 
amendments. 



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TOLMAN, JAMES K., 3d Essex, Rep., 
Gloucester. Born there; public schools, B. 
U. law school '09. Lawyer. Common council 
3 years (president 2), mayor 1903-'04; House 
'09, committee on public lighting (clerk). 

Senate '10, committees on bills 3d read- 
ing (ch.), legal affairs, mercantile affairs, 
constitutional amendments. ' 



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TURNER, JOSEPH, 2d Bristol, Rep., Fall 
River. Born Lancashire, Eng., March 23, 
1852; public schools. Mill operative, farmer, 
provision dealer. Masons, R. A. C, K. T., 
I. O. O. F., K. P. Common council 4 years, 
alderman-at-large 4 years; House 1907, com- 
mittee on cities; Senate 1908-'09, public 
charitable institutions (chairman), public 
health (chairman), taxation, fisheries and 
game, harbors and public lands. 

'10, public charitable institutions (ch.), 
insurance, public service. 

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TURTLE, WILLIAM, Berkshire, Rep., 
Pittsfield. Born Cheshire, June 20, 1855; 
Harvard law school. Lawyer. House 1899- 
1900-'01, committees on rules, judiciary, rail- 
roads (chairman), House 1906-'07, rules, 
street railways (chairman), recess commit- 
tee on taxation (chairman), judiciary (chair- 
man), recess committee on labor (chairman); 
Senate '09, judiciary, railroads, taxation 
(chairman). 

'10, railroads (ch.), judiciary, rules. 



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WALSH, THOMAS S., 1st Hampden, 
Rep., Springfield. Born Hartland, Conn.^ 
1859; public schools. Boiler maker. Board 
of trade, N. E. O. P. House 1908-'09, com- 
mittees on water supply, election laws. 

Senate '10, committees on water supply 
(ch.), liquor law, agriculture. 



WHITE, JOHN E., Cape, Rep., Tisbury. 
Born Lawrence, Dec. 13, 1873. Public 
schools. Banker, president Martha's Vine- 
yard National bank. Masons. Selectman of 
Edgartown 5 years (chairman 1 year); 
House 1905 committee on ways and means. 

Senate '10, committees on libraries (ch.), 
hanks and banking, ways and means. 



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COOLIDGE, HENRY D., clerk of the 
Senate, Concord. Born Chelsea, August 
26, 1853; public schools. Mercantile busi- 
ness several years. Assistant clerk 1886- 
'87-'88; elected clerk in 1899 and re-elected 
every year since. 



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HORTON, REV. EDWARD A., chaplain 
of the Senate, Boston. Born Springfield, 
Sept. 28, 1843; educated in University of 
Michigan, Meadville Theological School, 
Heidelberg University. Served in U. S. 
Navy during Civil War. Chaplain Massa- 
chusetts Grand Lodge of Free Masons; also 
of Kingsley Post 113, G. A. R. Chosen 
chaplain of Senate in 1904. 



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DAVIS, LUKE K., doorkeeper of the Sen- 
ate, Worcester. Born Jaffrey, N. H., Feb. 
23, 1845; public schools. Woodworker. 
State House messenger 12 years; assistant 
doorkeeper 5 years; appointed doorkeeper 
1904. G. A. R., K. of P. 



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HOUSE OF 
REPRESENTATIVES 



JOSEPH WALKER, 
Speaker. 



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WALKER, JOSEPH, 2cl Norfolk, Repub- 
lican, Brookline. Speaker of the House. 
Born at Worcester, Jul}' 13, 1865; educatecl 
at Phillips Exeter academ3% Brown univer- 
sity 1887, Harvard law school 1890. Trus- 
tee, lawyer. Prominent in the local affairs 
of Brookline, having served for 7 years on 
the school committee, also as chairman ol 
the Republican town committee; has been 
a member of the Republican state commit- 
tee and of the state board of charity; presi- 
dent Republican Club of Massachusetts 
1908. House 1904-'05-'06-'07-'08-'09, serving 
in 1904-'05-'06-'07 on the committee on ways 
and means, in 1906-'07-'08 'on the committee 
on rules and in 1908 on the committee on 
railroads (chairman) ; elected speaker in 
1909. 



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ADAMS, ARTHUR S., 16th Essex, Rep., 
Marblehead. Born there Feb. 14, 1869; pub- 
lic schools, Bryant & Stratton Commercial 
school. Freight cashier B. & M. R. R. Ma- 
sons, I. O. O. F., Red Men, Republican club. 
House l908-'09, committees on towns, par- 
ishes and religious societies (clerk). 

'10, towns (ch.). 



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AHEARN, DAVID C, 7th Middlesex, Dem., 
Framingham. Born Rotherham, Eng., Nov. 
4, 1879; public schools, Framingham high 
school 1899, B. U. law school 1906. Lawyer. 

House '10, committees on counties, bills 
3d reading. 



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ALLEN, RAYMOND C, 21st Essex, Rep., 
Manchester. Born there August 28, 1877; 
public schools, Brown university. Civil engi- 
neer. I. O. O. F., Masons, R. A. C, K. T., 
Manchester club. 

House '10, committees on counties, watei 
supply. 



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ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM M., 25th Middle- 
sex, Rep., Somerville. Born Mechanics Falls, 
Me., August 17, 1850; public schools. Coop- 
erage manufacturer and dealer. Member 
board First M. E. church, director and ex- 
pres. Y. M. C. A., ex-pres. board of trade. Re- 
publican club of Mass., Masons, R. A., A. O. 
U. W., associate member Kinsley Post, G. 
A. R. Board of aldermen 3 years; House 
1909, committee on education. 

'10, education (ch.), liquor law. 



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Photo by Chickeriiig. 
ARNOLD, SETH P., 12th Suffolk, Rep., 
Boston. Born Westminster, Vt., Dec. 21, 
1878; Kimball Union academy (Meriden, N. 
H.), Vermont academy (Saxton's River, Vt.), 
Rose Polytechnic institute (Terre Haute, 
Ind.), Tuft's medical school 1908. Physician. 
Republican club of Ward 12, Lincoln club, 
Republican club of Mass.; Republican city 
committee 2 years, common council 2 years. 
House '10, committee on public health. 
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ARSENEAULT, ALFRED, 6th Worcester, 
Dem., Spencer. Born there Jan. 3, 1869; 
public schools. Holy Cross college, West 
Farnham, P. Q., Can. (2 years), Hinman's 
Business school, Worcester. Grocery and 
provision clerk. Democratic town committee 
15 years, K. C, F. of A. Registrar of voters 
12 years. 

House '10, committee on federal rela- 
tions. 



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ATKINS, CHARLES W., 24th Middlesex, 
Rep., Everett. Born Caanan, Me., June 22, 
1854; public schools. Real estate. Elks. 
Common council 1904-'05, board of aldermen 
]906-'07; House 1909, committee on taxation. 

'10, banks and banking. 



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AVERY, WILLIAM B., 1st Franklin, Rep., 
Charlemont. Born there July 11, 1856; pub- 
lic schools. Farmer. Grange, former presi- 
dent Deerfield Valley Agricultural society. 
Board of selectmen; House 1909, committee 
on agriculture. 

'10, agriculture. 



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BARLOW, ERSON B., 17th Middlesex, 
Rep., Lowell. Born Helena, N. Y., Oct. 20, 
1883; Helena academy, Carnall Commercial 
college. Real estate, insurance, publisher. 
Y. M. C. A., Lincoln club, Metropolitan club. 
House 1909, committee on insurance. 

10, public service, pay-roll. 



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BARRY, JOHN J., 8th Hampden, Dem., 
Chicopee. Born Springfield Jan. 4, 1877; 
public schools, Holy Cross college. Clerk 
Chicopee water department, reporter. School 
committee eight years; House 1909, commit- 
tee on education (clerk). 

'10, education. 



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BATES, BENJAMIN FRED, 1st Suffolk, 
Re])., Boston. Born Cambridge; public 
schools. Broker. Republican Club of Massa- 
chusetts, Ward 1 Republican Club. House 
1909, committees on insurance, banks and 
banking; '10, banks and banking, public 
lighting. 



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MURRAY, WILLIAM F., Executive Coun- 
cil, 3d district, D em.. ^ Boston. Born there 
Sept. 7, 1881; public schools. Harvard 1904, 
Harvard law school. Lawyer. U. S. W. 
v., R. A., Heptosophs. Common Council 2 
years; House 1907-'08, committees on elec- 
tions, public lighting, judiciary. 



15 




BATLEY. ALBERT, 10th Middlesex, Rej)., 
Maynard. Born Morley, Yorkshire, Eng., 
Jan. 16, 1856; parish school. Florist, for- 
merly mill foreman 20 years. Board of 
health 6 years, Republican town committee 
8 years. 

House '10, committee on prisons. 



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BAYLEY, EDWIN A., 29tli Middlesex, 
Rep., Lexington. Born Boston, July 30, 
1862; St. Johnsbury (Vt.) academy, Dart- 
mouth college 1885, B. U. law school 1891. 
Lfawyer. Middlesex Bar Association, Old 
Belfry club. School committee, town counsel, 
moderator, 4th Congressional district com- 
mittee, Orange County Republican commit- 
tee 1886-'87. House 1909, committee on rail- 
roads; '10, mercantile affairs (ch.), rail- 
roads, elections. 



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BEAL, CHARLES S., 4th Plymouth, Rep., ' 
Rockland. Born Ablngton, August 14, 1856; 
public schools. Superintendent W. Li. 
Douglas Shoe Company's tannery. Masons 
(P. M.), R. A. C, K. T. (P. C), M. S., 32nd 
degree Mass. consistory, P. M. association 
24th Masonic district, O. E. S., Mass. and 
R. I. association K. T. commanders, S. of V. 
(P. C), Union Glee club. Park commis- 
sioner. 

House '10, committee on drainage. 



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BEAN, GEORGE P., 20th Middlesex, Rep., 
Woburn. Born Bradford, N. H., March 24, 
1857; Colby academy (New London, N. H.) 
1877, Brown university '81, B. U. law school 
'85. Lawyer. Republican club of Massa- 
chusetts, Towanda club of Woburn. Mayor 
1891, school committee 12 years. 

House '10, committees on railroads, fed- 
eral relations. 



82 



BEAN, JAMES W.. 2d Middlesex, Rep.. 
Cambridge. Born Somerville May 11, 1860, 
Somerville high school. Reporter, pro- 
prietor Cambridge Chronicle. Citizens' Trade 
Association, Masons, Elks. Somerville com- 
mon council 1890-'91; House 1909, committee 
on ways and means. 

'10, ways and means, rules. 



83 



BELLAMY, WILLIAM A., 3d Bristol, Rep., 
Taunton. Born Sheffield, Eng., Sept. 16, 
1879; public schools, member senior class 
B. Y. M. C. A. Evening law school. Silver- 
smith. I. O. O. P. (member grand lodge), 
Elks. Common council 1905-'06, board of 
sewer commissioners '07. 

House "10, committee on education. 



84 




BLISS, ALVIN E., 23d Middlesex, Rep., 
Maiden. Born Brookline, Sept. 16, 1858; pub- 
lic schools. Superintendent and manager 
electric lighting plants. Masons, R. A. C, 
K. T., M. S., I. O. O. F., Encampment, Can- 
ton, Rebekah lodge; K. P., Elks, Middlesex, 
Maiden, Kernwood, Melrose Athletic clubs. 
Common council 1887-'88, Republican city 
committee, 4th Councillor district committee. 

House '10, committee on cities. 



85 



BOND, HENRY, 2d Franklin, Rep., Green- 
field. Born Ware, July 7, 1856; public 
schools, Massachusetts Agricultural college 
1876. Retired manufacturer, director Amer- 
ican Radiator Co. President Massachusetts 
Baptist Missionary society, Boston Baptist 
Social union, Greenfield club. Waltham 
board of aldermen 3 years, school committee 
2 years. 

House '10, committee on ways and 
means. 

86 



BOOTH, WILLIAM, 9th Bristol, Rep., Fall 
River. Born Hyde, Cheshire, Eng.; Pall 
River public schools. Collector. Central Re- 
publican, Friendship Social clubs, K. P., F. 
of A., Philanthropic Burial society, Repub- 
lican city committee, board of aldermen 4 
years. 

House '10, committee on drainage. 



87 



BOTHFELD, HENRY E., 4th Middlesex, 
Rep., Newton. Born New York, N. Y., March 
4, 1859; public schools of Newton. Trustee, 
owner and manager of real estate; importer 
and manufacturer 20 years. Boston and 
Newton Unitarian clubs, trustee Newton hos- 
pital, Real Estate Exchange, Chamber of 
Commerce. Common council, board of alder- 
men (president), mayor 1895, school commit- 
tee (chairman). 

House '10, committee on met. affairs. 



88 



BOUTWELL, SAMUEL H., 9th Essex, 
Rep., Andover. Born Andover, March 25, 
183S; Phillips academy. Parmer. Grange, 
North Essex Congregational club. School 
committee 15 years, selectmen 23 years; 
House 1874, committee on public lands. 

'10, agriculture. 



89 



BRAYTON, ISRAEL, 11th Bristol, Rep. 
Fall River. Born there August 5, 1874; Har 
vard 1896, Harvard law school 1899. Lawyer 
House 1909, committee on judiciary. 

'10, judiciary, libraries. 



90 



BRECKENRIDGE, LINCOLN, 1st Berk- 
shire, Dem., North Adams. Born Becket, 
Aug. 24, 1860; public schools of Pittsfield. 
Counting room North Adams Transcript. K. 
P., 1. O. O. F., Masons, Elks, Veteran Fire- 
men's association, fire department 14 years. 
City council 5 years. 

House '10, committee on public lighting. 



BREED, ARTHUR B., 13th Essex, Rep., 
Lynn. Born there June 30, 1857; public 
schools. Retired grocer, real estate. Com- 
mon council 1884-'85-*86; House 1887-'88, 
committees on mercantile affairs, railroads; 
Senate 1890-'91, street railways (chairman), 
cities, constitutional amendments; Executive 
council 1893-'94, committees on harbors and 
public lands, charitable institutions, prisons, 
railroads, accounts, military affairs; House 
1909-'10, ways and means. 



92 



BRENNAN, FRANCIS J., 17th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born there Oct. 15, 1879; 
public schools. Clerk. A. O. H., K. C, Tam- 
many club (treas.). Democratic city com- 
mittee 3 years, common council 1908-'09. 

House '10, committee on libraries. 



93 



BKIGHAM, GEORGE A., 10th Worcester, 
Rep., Northboro. Born Boylston, Nov. 17, 
1859: public schools. Farmer and market 
gardener. Board of selectmen G years 
(chairman 4 years), water commissioners 5 
years, overseers of poor 7 years, trustee of 
town funds. Republican town committee 8 
years (chairman 5 years). 

House '10, committee on public lighting. 



94 



BROPHY, MICHAEL J., 2d Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born England, August 31, 1882; 
parochial school. Coal weigher. Assump- 
tion Catholic association, Jeffries Point Row- 
ing association. Common council 1909. 

House '10, committee on public health. 



95 




BROWN, CHARLES H., 28th Middlesex, 
Rep., Medford. Born Vermont, January 
19, 1879; public schools. Metal furniture. 
Medford, South Medford Republican clubs. 
Board of aldermen two years; House 
1907-'08-'09, committees on banks and bank- 
ing, metropolitan affairs, constitutional 
amendments (chairman). 

'10, federal relations (ch.), met. affairs. 



96 



BROWN, JOSEPH B., 25th Suffolk, Rep., 
Boston. Born there Feb. 13, 1857; public 
and private schools. Real estate, formerly- 
banking business 20 years. Masons, Bank 
Officers' association, Fanjeuil Improvement 
association, Neighborhood, Ward 25 Repub- 
lican and Lincoln clubs. Common council 
1903, treas. Ward 25 Republican commit- 
tee '02-'08-'09. 

House '10, committee on education. 



97 



BROWN, ROBERT F., 8th Worcester, 
Dem., Millbury. Born Sutton, May 4, 1865; 
public schools. Meat and provision dealer. 
A. O. H., Foresters of America, Red Men. 
Assessor 1903-'04-'05, Democratic town com- 
mittee, board of fire engineers. 

House '10, committee on agriculture. 



98 




BURCKEL, ALFRED J., 5th Essex, Rep.» 
Lawrence. Born Peacedale, R. L, August 7, 
1860; public schools. Cigar manufacturer. 
I. O. O. F., Turn Verein. Common council 
1903-'04; House '09, committee on printing. 

'10, roads and bridges. 



99 



BURKE, WILLIAM R., 9th Worcester, 
Dem., Milford. Born there July 14, 1870; 
public schools. Salesman. Milford C. T. 
A. (president). Eagles (president), A. O. 
H., Certus Club. House 1909, committee on 
prisons; '10, cities. 



100 



CALLAHAN, TIMOTHY F., 9th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born there Sept. 5, 1881; 
public schools. Harvard. Law student. 
House 1907-'08-'09, committees on election 
laws, metropolitan affairs. 

'10 met. affairs, elections. 



101 



CAMPBELL, ROBERT B., 3d Norfolk, 
Rep., Hyde Park. Born there 1880; high 
school, business college. Water works, 
'Concrete construction. K. P. (chancellor 
commander), Knights of Kohrassom (sec- 
retary). Water commissioner; House 1909^ 
committee on drainage. 

'10, drainage (ch.) 



102 



CARLETON, IGNATIUS J., 5tli Suffolk, 
Rep., Chelsea. Born East Boston, August 
7, 1866; public schools. Professional base- 
ball 15 years, manufacturer of preserves. 
K. C. House 1908-'09, committee on insur- 
ance; '10, counties. 



103 



CARMODY, CORNELIUS J., 15th Wor- 
cester, Dem., Worcester. Born Boston, Jan. 
11, 1867; public schools. Painter. St. 
Anne's C. T. S., pres. C. L. U. 3 terms. 
Common council 1904-'05, board of aldermen 
*06, trustee Worcester Industrial school; 
House 1908-'09, committees on railroads, 
rules; '10, rules, railroads. 



104 



CARR, CHARLES L., 24th Suffolk, Rep., 
Boston. Born Boston, Dec. 25, 1876; public 
schools. Harvard college, Harvard law 
school. Lawyer. Republican clubs of Mas- 
sachusetts and Ward 24, Boston City, Dor- 
chester Yacht clubs. Republican city com- 
mittee 1906-*07, common council *08, board 
of aldermen '09. 

House '10, committee on met. affairs. 



105 



Photo by Purdy. 

CARR, JOHN, 21st Suffolk, Rep., Boston. 
Born Antrim, N. H., August 19, 1828; pub- 
lic schools. Banker. Chairman board of 
directors First National bank, president 
and trustee Eliot Five Cent Savings bank, 
president and director B. F. Sturtevant Co., 
director John Hancock Mutual Life Insur- 
ance company and Elm Hill Associates, 
treasurer of trustees Boston Baptist Social 
union, president and trustee Home for Lit- 
tle Wanderers. 

House '10, committees on federal rela- 
tions, banks and banking. 

106 



CAVANAGH, JAMES F., 24th Middlesex, 
Rep., Everett. Born Chelsea, June 19, 1872; 
public schools, Boston Y. M. C. A. Evening 
law school, B. U. law school. Lawyer, for- 
merly Boston manager N. Y. Life Ins. Co. 
and state manager Washington Life Ins. Co. 

House '10, committees on insurance, tax- 
ation. 



107 



CHAPMAN, FRED P., 12th Norfolk, Rep., 
Franklin. Born there Feb. 1, 1866; Dean 
academy, Tufts college 1886. Transitman 
G. C. & S. F. R. R. 1886-'88, paymaster Ray 
Woolen Co. '88-'92 and superintendent '92 to 
1900, agent Ray Mill of American Woolen 
Co. '00-'02, president Franklin Yarn Co. 
since '02. Masons, Home Market, Norfolk 
clubs. 

House '10, committee on railroads. 



108 



CHASE, A, PRESTON, 20th Essex, Rep., 
Danvers. Born Danvers, Jan. 25, 1866; public 
schools, B. U. law school. Lawyer. Masons, 
R. A. C, K. T., major subsistence depart- 
ment, M. V. M. Moderator since 1901, treas- 
urer since 1905, chairman Republican town 
committee; House 1909, committee on mili- 
tary affairs. 

'10; military affairs, election laws. 



109 



CLARK, J. DUDLEY, 8th Middlesex, Rep., 
Sherborn. Born St. Louis, Mo., July 16, 
1880; Harvard 1903. Banker and broker. 
Vice president class of '03, member varsity 
football and baseball teams, D. K. E,, Hasty 
Pudding, Zeta Psi club, Exchange, Union 
Boat, Country, Tennis and Racquet clubs. 
Harvard club of New York. Board of 
selectmen. 

House '10, committee on street railways. 



110 



C^.LIFF, ZEBEDEE E., 26th Middlesex, 
Rep., Somerville. Born Sept. 23, 1864; public 
schools. Architect and builder. Masons, 
I. O. O. P., K. P. West Somerville board of 
trade (president 1902-'03). Board of alder- 
men 1905-'06, board of health 1907-'08-'09, 
Republican city committee. 

House '10, committee on public charitable 
institutions. 



Ill 




COFFIN, SAMUEL F., 26th Essex, Dem., 
West Newbury. Born there Dec. 27,, 1851; 
public schools. Real estate. Masons, Amer- 
ican Order of Foresters, West Newbury 
Farmers' club. Town treasurer eight years; 
tax collector ten years; House 1906-'07-'08, 
committees on agriculture, parishes and re- 
ligious societies, public lighting. 

'10, committee on public lighting 



112 



COGSWELL, JOHN H., 12th Essex, Rep., 
Lynn. Born there July 4, 1875; public 
schools, B. U. law school *09. Lawyer. Hep- 
tasophs. Foresters, American Benefit society. 

House '10, committee on legal affairs. 



113 



COLLINS, EDWARD D., 15th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born there 1878; public 
schools, University of Notre Dame. Lawyer. 
K, C, Elks, Heptasophs, City Point Catholic 
association. House 1908, committee on con- 
stitutional amendments. 

'10, banks and banking. 



114 



COLPOYS, FRANCIS L., 15th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born there Feb. 7, 1884; pub- 
lic schools, Comer's Commercial college. So- 
licitor. K. C. St. Augustine's C. t. A., A. 
O. H., M. C. O. F.; Heptasophs, Celtic club, 
Samoset club. Common council 1907-'08; 
House '09, committee on state house. 

'10, public service. 



115 



CONANT, HARRISON J., 19th Worcester, 
Rep., Worcester. Born Charlton 1848; pub- 
lic schools, Nichols academy. Hardware 
merchant. Masons. House 1909, committee 
on public service. 

'10, roads and bridges. 



116 



CONLEY, MARTIN F., 16th Middlesex, 
Dem., Lowell. Born Ireland, April 27, 1870; 
public schools, commercial college. Barber. 
F. of A., R. A., Y. M. C. I. Overseers of 
the poor four years; House, 1906-'07-'08-'09, 
committees on public charitable institutions, 
drainage, public health, election laws. 

'10, public lighting. 



117 





CONWAY, JOHN J., 23d Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there Sept. 2, 1874; public 
schools. Milk dealer. House 1905-'06-'07, 
committees on public service, counties, ways 
and means. 

'10, ways and means. 



118 




CONWELL, LEON M., 26th Middlesex, 
Rep., Somerville. Born there April 15, 1870; 
public schools of Newton and Philadelphia, 
Pa., Princeton university 1892. Editor Somer- 
ville Journal. Central club of Somerville. 
Somerville school committee. 

House '10, committee on ways and 
means. 



119 



COOGAN, THOMAS F., 14th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born Dublin, Ireland; Boston pub- 
lic schools. Grocery clerk. Heptasophs, A. 
O. H., F. of A., W. E. Russell club of City 
Point. Common council two years; House 
1908-'09, committees on fisheries and game, 
constitutional amendments (clerk). 

'10, constitutional amendments. 



120 



COON, JAMES H. L., 30th Middlesex, Rep., 
Watertowri. Born Barnstable, Oct. 16, 1853; 
public schools, Eastman Business college 
(Poughkeepsie, N. Y.). Insurance engineer, 
State inspector of factories and public build- 
ings 1885-91. Selectman; House 1909, com- 
mittee on state house. 

'10, taxation. 



121 




CORMACK, JOHN S., ISth Essex, Rep., 
Lynn, i^orn Grand Falls, N. B., June 7, 1875; 
public schools. Dealer in groceries, confec- 
tionery and periodicals. Republican, Pros- 
pect clubs, I. O. O. F., Red men. Republican 
city committee five years (secretary three 
3 ears); House 1908-'09, committee on mer- 
cantile affairs. 

'10, mercantile affairs. 



122 



cox, CHANNING H., 10th Suffolk, Rep.. 
Boston. Born Manchester, N. H., Feb. 28, 
1879; Dartmouth 1901, Harvard law school 
'04. Lawyer. Boston Bar association, 
Masons, Boston City, University, Woodland 
Golf, Intervale Country clubs, Association of 
Dartmouth Alumni of Boston (secretary). 
Common council '08-'09. 

House 10, committees on bills 3d read- 
ing (ch.), legal affairs. 



123 



CRANE, RUSSELL D., 3d Middlesex, 
Rep., Cambridge. Born Hartford, Conn., 
May 26, 1877; public schools, Concord, N. H., 
high school, Harvard 1900. General man- 
ager Bank-Clock Co. Cambridge Republican 
(treasurer), Boston City, Vesper Country, 
Cambridge Economy, Colonial clubs. Non- 
partisan city committee (vice-pres.). Repub- 
lican city committee, common council 2 
years, board of aldermen 2 years. 

House '10, committee on railroads. 



124 




CRANE, SAMUEL V., 8th Worcester, 
Rep., Blackstone. Born Worcester, Oct. 4, 
1855; public schools, Bryant & Strat- 
ton's college. Farmer, dealer in coal and 
wood. Grange, A. O. U. W. House 1900-'08, 
committee on agriculture. 

'10, drainage, public lighting. 



125 



CROCKER, COURTENAY, 11th Suffolk, 
Rep., Boston. Born there Feb. 4, 1881; Volk- 
man's school, Harvard 1901, Harvard law 
school '05. Lawyer with Burdett & Ward- 
well. Massachusetts club, Republican Club 
of Massachusetts. Republican city commit- 
tee '06-'07-'08-'09, common council '08-'09. 

House '10, committee on ways and means. 



126 



CRONIN, DANIEL F., 18th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born Ireland, Nov. 15, 1879; public 
schools, Boston college. Painter. Timilty 
club (secretary). Common council 1907- 
'08-'09. 

House '10, committee on fisheries and 
game. 



127 



CUFF, THOMAS S., 19th Middlesex, Dem., 
Lowell. Born Ireland, Dec. 26, 1878; public 
schools of Lowell. Druggist. K. C, Y. M. 
C. I., U. S. Bunting C. C. & A. A. 

House '10, Committee on public health. 



128 



GUMMING, HARRY R., 20th Suffolk, Rep., 
Boston. Born London, Eng., 40 years ago; 
public schools of Quincy. Real estate and 
insurance. Republican city committee 1906- 
'07, common council '08-'09, Republican state 
committee '09. 

House '10, committee on federal rela- 
tions. 



129 



] 



CUMMINGS, JOHN B., 5th Berkshire, 
Dem., Pittsfield. Born there Feb. 17, 1878; 
public schools. Lawyer, formerly clerk in 
U. S. post office department in Pittsfield and 
Philippines. Berkshire Bar association. 
Common couneil 3 years. 

House *10, committee on judiciary. 



130 




CURTISS, FRANK, 8th Berkshire, Dem., 
Sheffield. Born there Dec. 15, 1838; East 
Hampton seminary. Street railways and 
mercantile. House 1909, committees on fish- 
eries and game, street railways. 

'10, street railways. 



131 



CURTISS, JOHN H., 3d Hampden, Rep., 
Springfield. Born Cheshire, Oct. 9, 1870; 
public schools. Parcel delivery business. 
Masons, R. A. C, I. O. O. F., Calhoun, Memo- 
rial, Masonic clubs. Republican city com- 
mittee 1905-*06, common council 1907-'08-'09. 

House '10, committee on water supply. 



132 



GUSHING, GRAFTON D., 11th Suffolk, 
Rep., Boston. Born there Aug. 4, 1864; Nobles 
school and Harvard. Lawyer. School com- 
mittee four years; House 1906-'07-'08-'09, 
committees on education (chairman), liquor 
law (clerk), ways and means, rules, metro- 
politan affairs (chairman). 

'10, met. affairs (ch.), rules, libraries. 



133 



CUSHMAN, ALFRED W., 3d Barnstable, 
Rep., Province town. Born Duxbury, Aug. 
18, 1842; public schools and Partridge acad- 
emy, Duxbury. Conductor N. Y., N. H. & H. 
R. R. Masons, 1. O. O. P., O. R. C 

House '10, committees on harbors and 
public lands, roads and bridges. 



134 




CUSHMAN, EDWARD D., 1st Hampden, 
Rep., Monson. Born Monson, Me., Sept. 15, 
1853; Monson (Mass.) public schools and 
academy. Woolen manufacturer, retired. 
President Monson Savings/ bank, director 
Monson National bank. Town treasurer 19 
years. 

House '10, committees on street railways, 
labor. 



135 



DALY, FRANCIS L., 17th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there March 4, 1882; public 
schools. Traveling salesman. Tammany 
club, M. C. O. F., A. O. H., Red Men, 
K. C, St. Patrick's T. A. and L. society. 
Democratic city committee 1906, common 
council 1907-*08; House 1909, committee on 
printing. 

'10, constitutional amendments. 



136 



DAVIES, THOMAS, 10th Hampden, Dem., 
Holyoke. Born Didsbury, Eng., Feb. 11, 
1875; public schools. Mill employee, hotel 
clerk. I. O. O. F., M. U. Democratic city 
committee; House 1909, committee on labor. 

'10, election laws. 



137 



DAVIS, ARTHUR S., 22d Middlesex, Rep., 
Melrose. Born San Francisco, Cal., March 
30, 1867; Chelsea public schools, B. U. law 
school. Lawyer. Masons, I. O. O. F., Elks. 
Board of aldermen 3 years. 

House '10, committees on election laws, 
bills 3d reading. 



138 




DAVIS, PARKER S., 20th Essex, Rep., 
Beverly. Born Boston, Jan. 4, 1863; Bev- 
erly public schools, Comer's Commercial col- 
lege. Real estate operator. O. U. A. M.; 
Beverly Republican club. Common council 
1897, board of aldermen 1898-'99-1900, Mayoi 
1903-*04, chairman Republican city commit- 
tee. 

House '10, committee on cities. 



139 



DEAN, CHARLES A., 21st Middlesex, 
Dem., Wakefield. Born England; public 
schools. Rattan business, farming. I. O. 
O. F. Assessor, finance and sewer commit- 
tee, secretary public library, president board 
of trade; House 1898-'99-1901-'02-'03-'06-'07- 
^08, committees on taxation, revision of cor- 
poration laws, insurance, rules, special recess 
committee of 1906 on insurance, railroads. 

'10, taxation. 



140 




Des CHENES, LOUIS N. M., 12tli Worces- 
ter, Rep., Fitchburg. Born Lindsay, Onta- 
rio, Can., April 7, 1872; Lindsay Collegiate 
institute, College of Pharmacy; pharmacist 
1886 to 1901, real estate since 1901. Elks, 
Eagles, Merchants' association, board of 
trade. Common council 1901-'02-'03-'04, board 
of aldermen 1906-'07-'08-'09 (chairman 1908- 
'09). 

House '10, committee on taxation. 



141 



DICKSON, CLIFFORD H., 6th Berkshire, 
Rep., Pittsfield. Born Middlefield, March 2, 
1875; public schools. Shop and newspaper 
work, 15 years U. S. Postal Service. Masons, 
I. O. O. F., A. O. U. W. School committee 
1907-'08; House 1909, committee on public 
service (clerk). 

'10, public lighting. 



142 





DOANE, GEORGE E., 7th Plymouth, Rep., 
Middleboro. Born there June 10, 1854; 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 
Hardware. Vice-president Middleboro Na- 
tional Bank, Middleboro Business Men's club, 
Masons. House 1909, committees on banks 
and banking, taxation. 

'10, banks and bankers, insurance. 



143 



DONOVAN, JOHN L., 7th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there June 3, 1876; public 
schools. Bartender. Common council 1898- 
*99-1908-'09, deputy sealer of weights and 
measures, deputy city collector; House 1900- 
*01, committees on printing, gypsy moth 
(special), drainage. 

'10, harbors and public lands. 



144 



DOW, CHARLES E., 22d Suffolk, Rep., 
Boston, Born Machiasport, Me., 1875; Colby 
college, B. U. law school 1901. Lawyer. Presi- 
dent Ward 22 Republican club, Boston Yacht 
club. Republican city committee 2 years; 
House '09, committee on taxation. 

'10, banks and banking (ch.). 



145 



DOW, GEORGE L., 3d Middlesex, Rep., 
Cambridge. Born there Dec. 9, 1878; public 
schools, Dartmouth college. Real estate and 
insurance. Cambridge Republican club 
(vice-pres.), Middlesex club, Masons, Econ- 
omy and Colonial clubs of Cambridge. Com- 
mon council 1905, board of aldermen '06-'07, 
-Republican city committee, Non-Partisan 
city committee (chairman '09). 

House '10, committee on cities. 



146 



DOYLE, ANDREW P., 8th Bristol, Rep., 
New Bedford. Born Ireland, August 15, 
1869; public schools. Insurance. Celtic 
club, A. O. H. Common council, board of 
aldermen; House 1906-'07-'08-'09, committees 
on insurance, liquor law (clerk), cities, spec- 
ial recess committee on insurance. 

'10, cities, liquor law. 



147 



DUCEY, FRANCIS M., 4th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there 24 years ago; parochial 
and public schools. Clerk. Common coun- 
cil 1908-'09. 

House '10, committee on insurance. 



148 



DUGAN, LAWRENCE J., 7th Worcester, 
Dem., Webster. Born there Nov. 17, 1874; 
parochial and Webster high schools, Jeffer- 
son (Phila., Pa.) Medical college. Druggist. 
K. C, A. O. H. 

House '10, committee on roads and 
bridges. 



149 



DWYER, JOHN F., 7th Norfolk, Dem., 
Weymouth. Born there Feb. 9, 1862; public 
Bchools. Express business 21 years, real es- 
tate and contractor. Director South Shore 
Co-operative bank, trustee Weymouth Hos- 
pital association, vice-president and director 
Weymouth Agricultural society, A. O. H. 
Selectman, overseer of poor, assessor, li- 
brary trustee, postmaster 5 years, Demo- 
cratic town committee (chairman); House 
1909, committee on banks and banking. 

'10, towns. 

150 



EBSEN, CHARLES E., 17th Essex, Rep., 
Salem. Born there May 14, 1874; public 
schools. Manager. Salem Republican club. 
Now and Then association, Washington as- 
sociation, Masons, Royal Arcanum, Red 
« Men. Republican city committee 4 years; 
House 1909, committee on mercantile affairs. 
'10, mercantile affairs, liquor law. 



151 



EDGELL, CHARLES N., 2d. Worcester, 
Rep., Gardner. Born there Jan. 29, 1843; 
public schools, Barre (Vt.) and New 
Ipswich academies. Fire insurance. Hope 
lodge A. F. A. M., Ivanhoe commandery, 
K. T., Alleppo Temple, M. S., Hiram council 
R. & S. M., O. E. S., I. O. O. F., A. O. U. 
W., Gardner Boat, Ridgely clubs, retired 
captain M. V. M. Selectmen, overseers of 
poor, board of health, chief fire department. 

House '10, committee on military affairs. 
152 



ELLIS, GEORGE H., 4th. Middlesex, Rep., 
Newton. Born Medfield, Oct. 3, 1848; 
district schools. Printer and publisher. 
Treasurer and director George H. Ellis Co., 
trustee Mass. Agricultural college, trustee 
Simmons Female college, executive com- 
mittee United Typothetae of America 
(president 1905-'06-'07), City, Economic, 
Twentieth Century, Unitarian, Reform 
clubs. Board of Aldermen 4 years. 

House '10, committee on street railways. 



153 



ELLIS, HENRY A., 2d Barnstable, Rep., 
Yarmouth. Born there Nov. 5, 1879; 
Hyannis Normal school, University of 
Maine. Lawyer. Beta Theta Pi. House 
1909, committee on legal affairs. 

'10, fisheries and game (ch.). 



154 



EL.WELL, CHARLES E., 23(i Essex, Rep., 
Rockport. Born there June 20, 1882; public 
schools, Gloucester Business college. Fish 
glue manufacturer. Red Men, I. O. O. F. 
(Encampment), Masons. 

House '10, committee on harbors and 
public lands. 




EMERSON, FREEMAN O., 12th Suffolk, 
Rep., Boston. Born Gorham, N. H., January 
12, 1857; Hebron (Me.) Academy. Real 
estate and insurance, gents' furnishings 14 
years. I. O. O. P., K. P., Republican clubs 
of Massachusetts and Ward 12. Common 
council 1892-'93-'94-'95; House 1897-1900-'01- 
*09, committees on street railways, cities, 
parishes and religious societies (clerk), taxa- 
tion; '10, cities. 



156 



FAIRBANK, WINTHROP H., 13th Mid- 
dlesex, Dem., Sudbury. Born there March 
13, 1857; public schools, Bryant & Stratton's 
Commercial school. Fruit, farmer and milk 
producer. N. E. Cattle Dealers' association, 
Holstein Association of America, Grange, 
Young Men's Democratic club of Mass. 
Clerk, trustee First Parish 25 years. Select- 
men and overseers of poor 6 years, school 
committee, Democratic town committee. 

House '10, committee on agriculture. 



157 



FAY, WILTON B., 27th Middlesex, Rep., 
Medford. Born Hyde Park Oct. 3, 1865; 
public schools. Accountant. Republican Club 
of Mass., Horticultural society, Middlesex, 
Medford, Neighborhood, Medford Boat clubs, 
Medford Historical society. Republican 
state committee 1908-'09-'10. Republican 
city committee (chairman '01 to '06), 8th 
Congressional district committee (treasurer 
since '01), alternate national convention '08, 
Medford park commission since '03. 

House '10, committee on ways and means. 
158 



FLETCHER, WILLIAM F., 2d Hampden, 
Rep., Southwick. Born Granby, Aug. 1, 1851; 
public schools Granby and Chicopee. Milling 
and grain business. Town clerk 4 years, 
board of selectmen, assessors and overseers 
of poor 2 years (chairman 1 year). 

House '10, committee on drainage. 



159 



FOGG, CLARENCE J., 25th Essex, Rep., 
Newburyport. Born there July 10, 1853; pub- 
lic schools. Shoe cutter. Masons, A. 0» 
U. W. Common council one year, board of 
aldermen two years; House 1906-'07-'08-'0f, 
committees on liquor law, special recess 
committee on taxation, taxation, taxation 
commission 1907, counties (chairman). 

*10, counties (ch.), taxation. 



160 




FORD, FRED W., 14th Essex, Rep., Lynn. 
Born Lowell, June 16^ 1873; public schools 
of Haverhill. Foreman shoe cutter. Masons, 
K. P., Red Men, Lynn Yacht club, Asso- 
ciated Chess league. Common Council 1909. 

House '10, public service. 



161 



GARDNER, CHARLES M., 12th Hampden, 
Rep., Westfield. Born Huntington, July 19, 
1S72; public schools. Trade paper represen- 
tative and magazine writer. Massachusetts 
Civic league, master State Grange, institute 
speaker State Board of Agriculture, Knights 
of Pythias, Red Men. House 1909, commit- 
tees on agriculture (clerk), education. 

'10, agriculture (ch.). 



162 




GIFFORD, WILLIAM H., 9th Bristol, 
Dem., Westport. Born Dartmouth, Jan. 20, 
1851; public schools. Merchant and farmer. 
Masons. Deputy sheriff six years; House 
1909, committee on fisheries and game. 

'10, fisheries and game. 



163 



GOFF, ELLERY L., 5th Bristol, Rep., Re- 
hoboth. Born Taunton, April 17, 1858; pub- 
lic schools. Farmer and insurance. Grange, 
Rehoboth Antiquarian society (secretary). 
Town clerk 16 years, tax collector. 

House '10, committee on towns. 



164 



GOODE, JOSEPH J., 19th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there July 20, 1876; public and 
parochial schools. Plasterer. Warden, Dem- 
ocratic city committee. 

House '10, committee on military affairs. 



165 



GOWING, JOSEPH D., 20th Middlesex, 
Rep., North Reading. Born there Sept. 17, 
1843; public schools. Farmer. Continuously 
in town office for past 40 years, now treas- 
urer, collector, selectman, assessor, overseer 
of poor. 

House '10, committee on counties. 



166 



GRAHAM, WILLIAM J., 8th Essex, Dem., 
Lawrence. Born there^ Oct. 2, 1873; Phillips 
Andover, Tufts Medical school. K. C. City 
committee 1896 to 1900; House 1904-'05-'06- 
'07-'08-'09, committees on fisheries and game, 
federal relations, cities. 

'10, cities. 



167 



GREENE, HAMILTON J., 1st Dukes, Rep., 
Oak Bluffs. Born Mansfield, 1850; private 
school. Superintendent of water works 18 
years, superintendent of Vineyard Grove 
Company, real estate. I. O. O. F. Selectman 
and assessor six years. House 1909, commit- 
tee on harbors and public lands. 

'10, fisheries and game. 



168 



GUILD, JULIUS, 10th Norfolk, Rep., Wal- 
pole. Born there March 30, 1850; public 
schools. Farmer. Masons, I. O. O. F., 
Grange, R. A., A. O. U. W. Selectman 19 
years (chairman 8 years); House 1909, com- 
mittee on water supply. 

'10, water supply. 



169 



HAIGIS, JOHN W., 3d Franklin, Rep., 
Montague. Born there July 31, 1881; public 
schools. Stationer. President Turners Falls 
board of trade, Peskeompiskut club, Masons, 
R. A. C, K. T., I. O. O. F., Red Men, D. O. H., 
Odd Fellows' Social club. Town treasurer, 
collector, auditor, board of assessors (chair- 
man); House 1909, committee on railroads. 

'10, rules, railroads. 



170 



HALE, RICHARD W., 11th Norfolk, Rep., 
Dover. Born Milton, June 30, 1871; Har- 
vard college, Harvard law school. Lawyer. 
Former United States commissioner at Bos- 
ton. Republican club of Massachusetts. 

House '10, committees on judiciary, li- 
braries. 



171 



HALL, HOMER A., 2d Berkshire, Rep., 
North Adams. Born there Nov. 24, 1871; 
public schools. Shoe cutter. Elks, Repub- 
lican city committee; House 1908-'09, com- 
mittees on labor, public health (clerk). 

*10, labor, public health. 



172 




HALLIDAY, JAMES A., 15th Essex, Rep., 
Saugus. Born Annapolis, N. S., Dec. 28, 
1836; public and private schools. News- 
paper publisher. Republican town commit- 
tee, overseers of the poor eight years (chair- 
man) ; House 1909, committee on towns. 

'10, roads and bridges. 



173 



HALLIDAY, WILLIAM, 10th Essex, Rep., 
North Andover. Born Andover, Jan. 13, 
1853; public schools. Clerk. Masons, R. 
A. C, K. T., I. O. O. F. Selectmen and 
overseers of poor 1889-1900-'08-'09 (chair- 
man 1900), assessors 1909; House 1896, 
committee on towns, 1909 (to fill vacancy), 
labor; '10, towns. 



174 



HAM. HARRY H.. 2uih Suffolk. Rep.. 
Boston. Born there March 16. 1SS3: public 
schools. Dartmouth 1905. Lawyer. S. of V.. 
A. O. r. W.. Masons. House 1907-'0S-'09. 
committees on bills in third reading 
(chairman^ printing, legal affairs i^chalr- 
man). 

'10. legal aff'airs uh.). constitutional 
amendments. * 



175 



HAMMARSTROM, OSCAR C, 18th Wor- 
cester, Rep., Worcester. Born there Oct. 
18, 1877; public schools. Fourteen years 
American Steel & Wire Co. Masons, I. O, 
O. P., Worcester County Republican club. 
Common council two years; House 1908-'09, 
insurance (clerk), federal relations. 

'10, counties, prisons. 



176 



HANCOCK, PORTUS B., 10th Plymouth, 
Dem., Brockton. Born Coventry, Vt., Feb. 
19, 1836; public schools. Produce, real 
estate, insurance. K. P., I. O. O. F., Red 
Men, G. A. R. (honorary). House 1899 to 
1902, 1904-'05-'06-'07-'08-'09, committees on 
libraries, public service, fisheries and game, 
federal relations, harbors and public lands, 
public charitable institutions, military 
affairs; '10, public charitable institutions. 



177 



HARDY, PRANK O., 12th Worcester, 
Rep., Fitchburg. Born there 1870; public 
schools. Brass foundry business. Repub- 
lican club, Boston Athletic Association, 
Brae-Burn and Tatnuck Country clubs, 
Alpine Golf club. Park club, Fitchburg Rifle 
and Gun club. Camp Fire club of New York, 
Merchants' Association, director Fitchburg 
Safe Deposit and Trust Company. Board 
of aldermen 1908; House '09, committee on 
railroads; '10, labor (ch.), railroads. 



178 



HARDY, LEONARD F., 2d Hampshire, 
Rep., Huntington. Born Weedsport, N. Y., 
Oct. 24, 1874; public schools, Fairfield 
(N. Y.) Military academy. Lawyer. 
Masons, (P. M.), R. A. C, K. T., M. S., 
Grange. Board of selectmen, assessors, 
overseers of poor (chairman 12 years), 
water commission (chairman). Republican 
town committee. 

House '10, committee on street railways. 



179 



HARRINGTON, EDWARD F., 10th Bris- 
tol, Dem., Fall River. Born there August 
10, 1878; private school. Groceries. Sacred 
Heart Christian Doctrine Society, Clover 
club, A. O. H. Common council 1 year, 
board of aldermen 6 years; House 1909, 
committee on libraries (clerk.) 

'10, water supply. 



180 




HATHAWAY, EDWARD R., 8th Bristol, 
Rep., New Bedford. Born there Jan. 29, 
1874; public schools. Clothing business. 
Dartmouth club, Elks. School committee 
2 years; House 1909, committee on state 
house. 

'10, public service. 



181 



HATTON, JAMES A., 4th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there Oct. 22, 1883; private 
and public schools, B. U. law school 1905. 
Lawyer. K. C, Father Mathew Temperance 
Society, A. O. H., M. C. O. F., Catholic 
Literary Union. Common council 1907-'08; 
House '09, committees on engrossed bills, 
constitutional amendments. 

'10, election laws, engrossed bills. 



182 



HAYES, JOHN J., 4th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there; public schools, Bos- 
ton college, B. U. law school. Lawyer. 
Bunker Hill Democratic club. Catholic 
Literary Union, K. C, Fr. Mathew T. A. & 
L. Society. Common council 1906-'07; 
House '08-'09, committees on education, 
legal affairs; '10, legal affairs. 



183 




HAYS, MARTIN, 25th Suffolk, Rep., Bos- 
ton. Born New York, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1876; 
public schools. Lawyer. Masons, O. E. S., 
Heptasophs, A. O. U. W., Neighborhood club, 
Faneuil Improvement association. 

House '10, committee on legal affairs. 



184 



HENEBERY, MICHAEL A., 17th Worces- 
ter, Dem,, Worcester. Born there Nov. 10, 
1877; public schools, Boston Y. M. C. A. 
Evening law school '08. Lawyer, superin- 
tendent railroad construction six years. K. 
C, R. A., Fulton club, City Employee's union. 
Board of health seven years. 

House '10, committee on insurance. 



185 



HESTER, WILLIAM A., 6th Essex, Dem., 
Lawrence. Born Lowell, Oct. 24, 1873; pri- 
vate and public schools. Commercial pur- 
suits. A. O. H., Spanish War Veterans, 
Eagles. House 1909, committee on libraries. 

'10, water supply. 



186 




HICKEY, WILLIAM P., 14th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there Nov. 17, 1871; public 
schools. Expert swimmer, former superin- 
tendent L-street bath. Warren club, City 
Point Catholic association, N. E. O. P., A. O. 
H. Common council 1896-'97-'98; House 1909, 
committee on federal relations. 

'10, counties. 



187 




HOBBS, CLARENCE W., JR., 13th Wor- 
cester, Rep., Worcester. Born Woodfords, 
Me., Oct. 1, 1878; public schools, Worcester 
high, Harvard college 1902, Harvard law 
school 1904. Lawyer. Worcester county Re- 
publican, Economic, Commonwealth clubs, 
board of trade, Worcester Continentals. Re- 
publican city committee, '08, common council 
'09. 

House '10, committees on legal affairs, 
engrossed bills. 



188 



HOLBROOK, HENRY E., 9th Norfolk, 
Rep., Stoughton. Born North Easton, March 
21, 1870; public schools. Real estate. Presi- 
dent Stoughton Gun club, Masons, R. A. C, 
Red Men, Knights of Pythias. Republican 
town committee, town finance committee; 
House 1909, committee on insurance. 

'10, insurance. 



189 



HOLDEN, JOSEPH W., 31st Middlesex, 
Rep., Stoneham. Born there Oct. 10, 1867; 
public schools. Milk dealer. 1. O. O. F., A. 
O. U. W., Knights of Pythias. Board of pub- 
lic works, selectmen; House 1909, committee 
on public lighting. 

'10, public lighting. 



190 



HOLMAN, SAMUEL M., 1st Bristol, Rep., 
Attleboro. Born Norton, Jan. 1, 1862; pub- 
lic schools, Amherst, Boston university, 
Harvard Medical school. Real estate, coal 
and wood, photographer. K. of P., R. A., 
Com. Edgewood Yacht club, Prov., R. I. Tax 
collector 13 years, sewer commissioner, 
school committee three years; House 1907- 
'08-'09, committees on ©lections, towns, har- 
bors and public lands (chairman), constitu- 
tional amendments; '10, public charitable 
institutions (ch.), constitutional amend- 
ments. 

191 



HOLM(;k10X, JOHN p., 14th Worcester, 
Hep., Worcester. Born Sweden, May 1, 
1873; public schools. Business manager 
newspaper. Worcester County Republican 
club, Masons, R. A. C, I. O. O. F., Knights 
of Honor. Common council 2 years, board 
(jf aldermen 2 years. Republican city com- 
mittee 4 years (chairman); House 1909, 
committee on mercantile affairs. 

'10, cities. 



192 



HOLT. CHARLES T., 6th Hampden, 
Rep., Springfield. Born Petersham, August 
1. 1845; public schools. Newton Theo- 
logical institution. Insurance, coal merchajit 
8 years, clergyman 12 years. Masons, G. A. R. 
Republican town committee; water commis- 
sioner, public library trustee; House 1907- 
'08-'09, committees on harbors and public 
lands, parishes and religious societies 
(clerk); insurance (chairman), military af- 
fairs; '10, insurance (ch.), military affairs. 



193 



HOLT, EDGAR G., 5th Essex, Rep., 
Methuen. Born Lawrence, July 2, 1874; 
Phillips Andover academy, Princeton. Ice 
business. Masons, I. O. O. F., Elks, captain 
Co. L, 8th regiment, M. V. M. House 1909, 
committee on roads and bridges. 

'10, ways and means, rules. 



194 



HOLT, FRANK E.. loth Essex, Rep., 
Lynn. Born there 55 years ago; public 
schools. Salesman. Masons, R. A. C, I. O. 
O. F. (P. G.), Ward 6 Republican club. As- 
sessor 6 years, common council 2 years, 
board of aldermen 3 years. 

House '10, committee on water supply. 



/ 



195 



HOLT, HARRY R., 4th Bristol, Rep., 
Taunton. Born there July 27, 1877; public 
schools, Comer's Commercial college. 
Clothing business. Republican city com- 
mittee 9 years, common council 1904-'05-'06; 
House 1909, committees on libraries, print- 
ing. 

'10, constitutional amendments. 



196 




HOWARD, WILLIAM X.. 2d Bristol, Rep., 
Easton. Born there Sept. 23, 1871; public 
schools. Farmer and insurance. Secretary 
State Grange (12 years). Masons. 

House '10, committee on agriculture. 



197 



HUGHES, JOHN J., 3d Berkshire, Dem., 
Adams. Born Alford, 1867; public schools 
of Adams. Granite cutter. Knights of 
Columbus, Robert Emmet Benevolent asso- 
ciation, Adams Anti-Tuberculosis society. 

House '10, committee on prisons. 



198 




HURD, LYMAN E., 18th Essex, Rep., 
Salem. Born Lynn, Aug. 17, 1875; public 
schools, Harvard college, Harvard law 
school. Lawyer. Salem, Salem Billiard, Sa- 
lem Republican clubs. Now and Then asso- 
ciation. Common council 1906-'07-'08-'09 
(president '09). 

House '10, committee on judiciary. 



199 



KANE, MAURICE, 5th Plymouth, Rep., 
Whitman. Born Montague, Nov. 6, 1860; 
public schools. Traveling salesman of fu- 
neral supplies. K. C, M. C. O. P., Elks, 
Economic club of Rockland, Plymouth coun- 
ty Republican club. Chairman town hall 
building committee. Republican town com- 
mittee. 

House 'to, committee on water supply. 



'200 



KEARNS, JOHN E., 15th Middlesex, Dem., 
Lowell. Born there Oct. 31, 1881; public 
schools. Laundry supplies. Celtic associ- 
ates, C. Y. M. L., Knights of Equity. Com- 
mon council 1908-'09. 

House '10, committee on military affairs. 



201 



KEEFE, DAVID P., 11th Bristol, Rep., 
Fall River. Born Fitchburg, Sept. 29, 1855; 
public schools. Salesman, advertising solici- 
tor. Republican club, Veteran Firemen's as- 
sociation. House 1904-'05-'06-'07-'08, commit- 
tees on federal relations, libraries, parishes 
and religious societies (chairman), elections, 
election laws. 

'10, committee on public charitable insti- 
tutions. 



202 




KEENE. SIDNEY B.. 25th Middlesex, Rep.. 
Somerville. Horn Appleton, Me., Jan. 10, 
ISOl; public schools. Wholesale hay dealer. 
Board of trade, Somerville Sons of Maine 
club, Republican city commiitee 7 years 
(treasurer), board of alderman 3 years (presi- 
dent 1 year); House 1907-'08-'09, committees 
on libraries (clerk), water supply (clerk), 
metropolitan affairs. 

'10, public service (clu), met. affairs. 



2oa 



KELLY, JAMES H., IGth Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Horn there Nov. 14, 1870; public 
Bchools. Foreman printer. Common council 
1907-'08; House 1909, committee on drainage. 

'K), mercantile affairs. 



204 




KKNI)I{I(M\. DANIKL W.. Gth RriRtol, 
Hviy., Pairhav*'!!. Horn (licre July 7, 1.S49; 
public schools. Farmer. Secretary Repub- 
lican town c'onnnittee; school committee 
plnce IDOf); Mouse 1901), committee on labor. 

'10, iiKriciill INT. 



205 




KILLPARTRICK, CHARLES T., 18th 
Middlesex, Rep., Lowell. Born England, 
Dec. 21, 1852; public schools. Confection- 
ery and cigars. I. O. O. F. Common Coun- 
cil 1893-'94. 

House '10, committee on drainage. 



206 



KIMBALL, JAMES L, 19tli Essex, Rep., 
Salem. Born Wells, Me., Jan. 25, 1870; pub- 
lic schools. Machinist and draughtsman, 
superintendent Locke Regulator Co. A. O. 
U. W. (P. M. W.). Common council 3 years. 

House '10, committee on constitutional 
amendments. 



207 

/ 




KINNEY, ORVIS F., 8th Plymouth, Rep., 
West Bridgewater. Born Barford, P. Q., Can., 
May 23, 1880; puhlic schools West Bridge- 
water. Market gardener. K. P., Masons, 
Grange, N. E. O. P. Auditor 1902, select- 
man, assessor and overseer of the poor since 
3903, treasurer Republican town committee 
1908, trustee Howard funds; House 1909, 
committee on agriculture. 

'10, public charitable institutions. 



208 




KNIGHT, JAMES H., 22d Suffolk, Rep., 
Boston. Born there Oct. 11, 1876; public 
schools. Lawyer. Republican club of Ward 
22, Jamaica Plain Citizens' association, Vet- 
eran Firemen. House 1908-'09, committees 
on engrossed bills, public health, judiciary. 

'10, judiciary (ch.). 



209 



LAMOUREUX, WILFRID J., 5th Worces- 
ter, Dem., Southbridge. Born there Dec. 13, 
1879; St. Joseph's seminary, Watertown, N. 
Y., Grand seminary, Montreal, P. Q., Can. 
Furniture dealer, notary public. Eagles, Red 
Men, Catholique Foresters, Cercle Canadien, 
Club les Intimes. Library committee three 
years, auditor two years, sewer commission 
seven years. 

House '10, committee on drainage. 



210 




LANGELIER, LOUIS F. R., 6th Norfolk, 
Rep., Quincy. Born Boston, Nov. 29, 1873; 
public schools. Manager book publishing 
house. N. E. Trade Press association (sec- 
retarjO, Squantum Yacht club, Wollaston 
club. City council 4 years, trustee public 
library, Republican city committee (secre- 
tary) ; House 1909, committee on harbors 
and public lands (clerk). 

'10, harbors and public lands (ch.), banks 
and banking. 



211 



LANGTRY, ALBERT P., 5th Hampden, 
Rep., Springfield. Born Wakefield, July 27, 
1860; public schools. Editor and publisher 
Springfield Union. Masons, Middlesex club. 
Republican club of Massachusetts. Ex- 
member and ex-secretary Republican state 
committee. 

House '10, committe(3 on mercantile af- 
fairs. 



212 



LANMAN, FRANK H., 1st Plymouth, 
Rep., Plymouth. P,orn there July 31, 1860; 
public schools. Market gardener. Ply- 
mouth Republican, Commercial clubs. Ex- 
chief fire departrnent, chairman committee 
on hart)or improvements. 

House '10, committee on public health. 



213 



LELAND, LOUIS, 2d Worcester, Rep., 
Templeton. Born there Oct. 17, 1844; 
public schools. Merchant. Narragansett 
club, Masons, A. O. U. W. Selectman 1886 
to 1892, town treasurer 1894; House 1909, 
committees on parishes and religious so- 
cieties, roads and bridges. 

'10, prisons. 



214 




LEONAIM), J. HKNllY, 2M Suffolk, Rep., 
Boston. Born there Sept. 18, 1879; public 
schools. Salesman. Common council, 1005- 
'06; House 1908-'00, committees on state 
house; drainage (clerk.) 

'10. public liKhlin^\ 



215 



LEWIX, CHARLES, 7th Bristol, Rep., 
New Bedford. Born Lancaster, England, 
May 20, 1852; Phillips Academy. News- 
dealer, mill operative 42 years. Founder 
loom-fixers' local and national organiza- 
tions: North End Merchants' Club (presi- 
dent j. Republican city committee; House 
1909, committee on labor. 

'10, labor. 



216 



LOMBARD, PAUL L, fith Hampden, Rep., 
Springfield. Born there July 16, 1875; 
public- schools, B. U. law school. Lawyer. 
Republican and Winthrop clubs. Chairman 
Republican city committee 1907-'08. 

House '10, committee on cities. 



217 




LONGLKY, SAVIJ.LIOX W., 12th Middle- 
sex, Rep., Shirley. Born Leominster, July 
7. 1841; public schools. Fire insurance and 
fire extinguishers. Fredonian lodge I. O. 
O. F. (Noble Grand 7 terms). King David 
encampment, Mary A. Livermore Rebekah 
lodge, Canton Hebron (P. M.). Trustee pub- 
lic library C years, chief engineer fire de- 
partment 3 years, assessor 10 years. 

House '10, committee on towns. 



218 




MANCOVITZ, DAVID, 8th Suffolk. Dem., 
Boston. Born Poland; public schools, B. U. 
law school. Lawyer. Hendricks Club, K. 
P., Heptasophs, Hebrew Immigrant Aid As- 
sociation. Federation of Hebrew Charities. 
Common council 1903-'04-'05 ; House '08-'09, 
committees on taxation, legal affairs. 

'10, elections, legal affairs. 



219 



MARCHAND, GEORGE E., 17th Middle- 
sex. Rep., Lowell. Born there Dec. 22, 1877; 
public schools. Chauffeur. Eagles, Metro- 
politan, French Citizens' social, Middlesex 
Social. Centreville Social and Chauffeurs' 
clubs. Common council 1907-'08. 

House '10, committee on prisons. 



220 




McCarthy. CHAIILES F., 9th Middlesex. 
Dem., Marlboro. Born there Aug. 15, 1876; 
public schools. Newspaper reporter. K. of 
C. A. O. H., Spanish War Veterans. Sons 
of Veterans. Pastime Boat club. House 1908- 
'09, committees on public service (clerk), 
military affairs (clerk). 

'10, mercantile affairs. 



221 




McCarthy. DANIEL J.. 19th Suffolk. 
Deni.. Boston. I^orn there March 6. 1876; 
public schools, Harvard. Confectionery and 
fruit. Knights of Columbus, St. Alphonsus' 
association: House 1907-'09. committees on 
liquor law, printing. 

'10, banks and banking, payroll. 



222 



McCULLOUGH, THOMAS F.. 11th Hamp- 
den, Dem.. Holyoke. Born Palmer; public 
schools. Cigarmaker. Central Labor Union. 
Cigarmakers' union (secretary), Park Ly- 
ceum Social club. 

House '10, committee on labor. 



223 



McGRATH, MICHAEL F., 6th Middlesex, 
Dem., Natick. Born there Oct. 26, 1861; 
public and private schools. Real estate and 
insurance, formerly shoe worker and shoe 
manufacturer. M. C. O. F., A. O. H., Eagles, 
F. of A., Knights of Sherwood, Boot and 
Shoe Workers' union. Board of selectmen 5 
years (clerk 3 years, chairman 1 year). 

House '10, committee on towns. 



224 




McKIRDY, ROBERT K., 8th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there Oct. 4, 1870; St. Mary's 
school. Publisher. House 1905-'06-'07, com- 
mittees on counties, election laws, railroads, 
state house extension (special). 

'10, public charitable institutions. 



225 



MEADE, TIMOTHY J., 10th Plymouth 
Dem., Brockton. Born Boston, Nov. 7, 1864; 
public schools. Shoemaker. K. C. Common 
council 3 years, board of aldermen 2 years 
(chairman 1 year) ; ex-secretary Democratic 
city committee; House 1908- '09, committees 
on prisons (clerk), federal relations. 

'10, cities. 



226 



MELLEN, CHARLES C, 8th Norfolk, 
Rep., Braintree. Born Wrentham, Dec. 15, 
1857; public schools. Lawyer. Masons, I. O. 
O. F.; House 1909, committee on judiciary. 

'10, judiciary, elections, libraries. 



227 



MELLEN, JAMES H., 16th Worcester, 
Dem., Worcester. Born Nov. 7, 1845; pub- 
lic schools. Editor and publisher. Com- 
mon council, aldermen; House 1877-'78-'79- 
'81-'83-'86-'88-'89-'91 to '96-'99-1900-'06-'09, 
committees on labor (chairman), state house, 
revision of statutes (special), public charit- 
able institutions, rules, mercantile affairs, 
railroads, taxation, finance, expenditures, 
v^ays and means, prisons, Sunday laws (re- 
cess), education; '10, education, prisons. 

228 



MESSINGER, ADIN A., 9th Worcester, 
Rep., Hopedale. Born Milford (Hopedale), 
Sept. 13, 1853; public schools. Press de- 
partment Draper Co. Royal Arcanum, S. of 
v., Men's clubs of Unitarian and Union 
churches. Town auditor since 1895. 

House '10, committee on election laws. 



229 



MEYERS, JULIUS, 2d Middlesex, Rep., 
Cambridge. Born Posen, Germany, Dec. 6, 
1854; public schools. Merchant. Masons, 
K. P., I. O. O. F.. Red Men. Common coun- 
cil three years; House 1906-'07-'08-'09. com- 
mittee on street railways, recess committee 
on taxation, public health, printing (chair- 
man.) 

'10, street railways. 



230 



MILDRAM. SAMUEL H., 24th Suffolk, 
Rep., Boston. Born Arlington, Dec. 4. 1867; 
public schools. Special agent. Colonial, 
Dorchester Gentlemen's Driving, New Dor- 
chester, Republican clubs. Common council 
3 years; House 1907-'08-'09. committee on 
taxation (chairman), taxation commission 
of 1907. 

'10, taxation (ch.). 



231 




MONTAGUE, DAVID T., 10th Suffolk. 
Rep., Boston. Born Bridgewater. Vt., April 
2, 1864; Goddard Seminary, Tufts college, 
B. U. law school. Lawyer. Masons 32d 
degree, K. T., Elks, B. A. A., Middlesex, 
Economic clubs, Vt. Assoc. of Boston. Bos- 
tonian society. Ward committee (chair- 
man). Republican city committee (president 
•09) ; common council 1905-'06-'07, register 
of probate '07; House 1909, committees on 
banks and banking (clerk), insurance. 

'10, cities (ch.), elections, insurance. 
232 



MONTGOMERY, CHARLES A., 1st 
Hamphire, Rep., Northampton. Born 
Boothbay, Me., Sept. 9, 1857; public schools, 
commercial college. Dealer in hardware 
and agricultural implements. I. O. O. F., 
Board of Trade, Hampshire, Franklin and 
Hampden Agricultural society (secretary 
and treasurer 7 years). Common council 
2 years, agent board of health 5 years. 

House '10, committee on public health. 



233 



MOORE, WILLIAM S., 2d Plymouth, Rep., 
Duxbury. Born there Feb. 23, 1846; Law- 
rence Scientific school of Harvard univer- 
sity 1866, U. S. Naval academy 1868. Com- 
modore II. S. N. (retired). Town auditor; 
House 1909, committees on labor, military 
affairs. 

'10, military affairs (ch.), harbors and 
public lands. 



234 



MORRILL, CHARLES H., 4th Essex, 

Socialist, Haverhill. Born there Oct. 6, 
1874; public schools. Shoemaker, directory 
work, collector, justice of peace. Central 
Socialist club, Men's club of First Univer- 
salist church. Socialist state committee, 
assistant assessor 1902 to '09. 

House '10, committee on taxation. 



235 



MOSELEY, WILLIAM G., 1st Norfolk, 
Rep., Needham. Born Brookline, Oct. 31, 
1858; Needham public schools. Lawyer, 
hosiery and knit goods manufacturer 20 
years. Incorporator of and secretary and 
treasurer Needham Co-operative Bank 
since incorporation in 1892. Auditor 4 
years, selectman 2 years (chairman), 
school board since 1904, moderator 8 years; 
House 1909, committee on taxation (clerk). 

'10, railroads. 



236 




MUNROE, W. FRED, 11th Essex, Rep., 
Peabody. Born there March 31, 1864; pub- 
lic schools, Bryant & Stratton's commercial 
college. President ^Nlunroe & Arnold-Mer- 
ritt Express Co. Trustee Warren Five 
Cent Savings bank, director Warren Nation- 
al bank, Masons, R. A. C, K. T., O. U. A. 
M., Colonial club of Salem. Trustee Pea- 
body Institute 6 years, school committee 
(chairman), Republican town committee 10 
years. 

House '10, street railways, labor. 
237 




MURRAY, WILLIAM J., 3d Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there Oct. 7, 1885; public 
schools. Teamster. Teamsters' union. Mys- 
tic Social club. Common council 1909. 

House '10, committee on drainage. 



238 



NICKERSON, CLARENCE V., 3d Plym- 
outh, Rep., Hull. Born Barnstable, Jan. 5, 
1876; public schools, Bridgewater Normal 
school. Schoolmaster. I. O. O. F. Modera- 
tor, town treasurer, secretary Republican 
town committee. 

House '10, committee on metropolitan af- 
fairs. 



239 



NOONAN, EDWARD T. J., 13th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born there 30 years ago; pub- 
lic schools. Shipper. Common council 
1907-'08. 

House '10, committee on libraries. 



240 




NORDBECK, ALBIN P., 9th Plymouth, 
Rep., Brockton. Born Stockholm, Sweden, 
Aug. 23, 1872; public schools. Building con- 
tractor. Scandinavian Republican club 
(president). Common council, board of al- 
dermen, sewerage commission (chairman). 
Republican city committee (treasurer); 
House 1909, committees on drainage, water 
supply. 

'10, water supply (ch.). 



241 



NOYES, JAMES M., 14th Essex, Rep., 
Lynn. Born Warren, N. H., Aug. 10, 1842; 
public schools. Confectioner. Served 12th 
N. H. Volunteers 1862 to 1865. G. A. R., 1. O. 
O. F. S. T. City council 2 years; House 
1909, committees on libraries, parishes and 
religious societies. 

House '10, committee on public charitable 
institutions. 



242 



O'BRIEN, MICHAEL F., 18th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born there Sept. 18, 1878; 
public schools. Painter B. E. Railway car 
shops. Timilty club. Common council 1907- 
'08-'09. 

House '10, committee on federal relations. 



243 



O'BRIEN, WILLIAM H., 16th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Gloucester, Sept. 9, 
1864; public schools. Telegrapher. Ward 
16 Democratic club, K. C, Elks, A. O. H.; 
House 1908-'09, committees on public chari- 
table institutions (clerk), ways and means. 

'10, ways and means. 



244 




O'DONNELL, FRANCIS D., 6th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born Cambridge, Dec. 30, 
1873; public schools. Cable worker N. E. T. 
& T. Co. K. C, Jefferson club, Halcyon as- 
sociates. Common council 1909. 

House '10, committee on liquor law. 



1 



245 



OLIVER, JAMES, 1st Worcester, Rep., 
Athol. Born there June 28, 1836; Harvard 
Medical school. Physician. Masons, Grange, 
G. A. R. School committee ten years; medi- 
cal examiner; House 1907-'08-'09, committees 
on military affairs, public health (chair- 
man). 

'10, public health (eh.), military affairs. 



246 




O'NEIL, DENNIS A., 2d Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there June 16, 1882; public 
schools. Coal dealer. K. C, Elks, M. C. O. 
F. Common council 1908-'09. 

House '10, committee on liquor law. 



247 



PARKS, JOSEPH A., 10th Bristol, Dem., 
Fall River. Born Preston, England, May 2, 
1877; public schools. Cotton mill employee, 
insurance, real estate. Alderman 1903; 
House 1904-'05-'06-'07-'08-'09, committees on 
cities, elections, labor (clerk), military af- 
fairs, counties, street railways. 

'10, labor, street railways. 



248 



PATTEE, ASA L., 1st Barnstable, Rep., 
Falmouth. Born Thornton, N. H., 1870; pub- 
lic schools, Potomac (Washington, D. C.) 
university, Cincinnati Medical college. Phy- 
sician. Masons (P. M.), K. P. (P. C), I. O. 
O. F., Red Men, Succannesset club. Board 
of health 10 years. 

House '10, committees on fisheries and 
game, liquor law. 



249 



PAYSON, WILLIAM E., 1st Bristol, Rep., 
Norton. Born Salem, Feb. 14, 1842; private 
schools Salem, Abbot family school, Farm- 
ington. Me. Care of real estate, 4 years as 
assistant paymaster in Army during Civil 
war. Masons, U. O. G. C, U. O. G. S., Nor- 
ton Veteran association. Grange, board of 
selectmen, assessors and overseers of poor 
10 years (chairman 7), school committee, 
president board of directors public library 17 
years; House '10, committee on towns. 
250 



PEIRCE, WALDO H., 4th Hampshire, Rep., 
Prescott. Born there Feb. 25, 1850; New 
Salem and Monson academies. Farmer. 
Masons, Grange. Chairman selectmen, as- 
sessors and overseers of the poor 15 years; 
House 1909, committee on libraries. 

'10, fisheries and game. 



251 



PENNIMAN, HARRY A., 2d Middlesex, 
Rep., Cambridge. Born there March 26, 1867; 
public schools. Book-keeper and foreman 
carriage manufacturing business. Citizens' 
Trade association, Masons, I. O. O. F., 
Knights of Pythias, Red Men. Common 
council 1905, board of aldermen 1906-'07; 
House '09, committee on mercantile affairs. 

'10, mercantile affairs. 



252 



PERRY, LAURENCE S., 7th Bristol, Rep., 
New Bedford. Born there Feb. 21, 1883; 
public schools, University of Maine law 
school 1907. Lawyer. Sigma Beta Pi, Phi 
Kappa Phi; House 1909, committee on libra- 
ries. 

'10, education. 



253 



PERRY, WALTER K., 6th Plymouth, Rep., 
Marion. Born New Bedford, March 12, 1866; 
public schools. Professional boatman. 
Masons, I. O. O. P., O. E. Sy Marion Im- 
provement association (treas.), Fin de Siele 
club (vice-pres.). Selectman, assessor and 
overseer of poor 4 years, moderator 5 years, 
constable 3 years, herring agent 5 years. 

House '10, committee on fisheries and 
game. 



254 




PIERCE, HARRY L., 11th Worcester, Rep., 
Leominster. Born Somerville, June 6, 1865; 
public schools. Railway construction and 
phosphate rock mining. Worcester County 
Republican club. 

House '10, committee on mercantile af- 
fairs. 



255 



POPE, FRANK H., 11th Worcester, Dem., 
Leominster. Born Sandwich, March 7, 1854; 
public schools, Dean academy. Boston 
"Globe" correspondent. Secretary Demo- 
cratic state committee 1897. I. O. O. F., Leo- 
minster club, Union club of Marlboro. House 
1908-'09, committees on ways and means, 
rules, elections. 

'10, rules, wa.vs and means. 



256 



POWERS, JAMES P., 13th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born St. John's, Newfoundland, 
Oct. 1, 1872; Lawrence grammar school. 
Theatrical manager. Eagles, Foresters, Hep- 
tasophs, A. O. H. Chairman Ward 13 Demo- 
cratic committee three years; House 1907- 
cratic committee three years; House 1907- 
'08-'09, committee on banks and banking, 

'10, street railways. 



257 



POWERS, JOEL L., 4th Worcester, Rep., 
Hardwick. Born there Nov. 17, 1843; pub- 
lic schools, Wilbraham academy. Farmer 
and meat business. Treasurer Congre- 
gational church 20 years; chairman ceme- 
tery commission, board of selectmen 25 
years, superintendent of streets 20 years, 
tax collector 10 years, board of assessors 
30 years, chairman Republican town com- 
mittee 20 years. 

House '10, committee on towns. 
258 




PRIEST, ARTHUR FRANKLIN, 2d Es- 
sex, Rep., Haverhill. Born there Sept. 13, 
1885; University of Alabama law school. 
Lawyer. Elks. House 1909, committees on 
engrossed bills, constitutional amendments. 

'10, legal affairs. 



259 



QUIGLEY, FRANCIS X., 9th Hampden, 
Dem., Holyoke. Born there November 20, 
1882; public schools. Newspaper reporter. 
Holyoke Philo Celtic Club. House 1908-'09, 
committee on cities (clerk). 

'10, taxation. 



260 




QUINN, MARTIN L., 12th Essex, Rep., 
Swampscott. Born Lynn, Jan. 19, 1862; 
public schools. Roofing business. Red 
Men, Essex Club, Hillside Improvement 
Club. Selectmen 4 years, overseers of 
poor; Ho\ise 1909, committee on harbors and 
public lands. 

'10, harbors and public lands, constitu- 
tional amendments. 



261 



REED, GEORGE A., 21st Worcester, Rep., 
Worcester. Born there August 5, 1869; 
public schools, B. U. law school. Lawyer. 
Red Men. 

House '10, committee on public service. 



262 




REED, JOSEPH J., 1st Middlesex, Dem., 
Cambridge. Born Brookline, July 12, 1867; 
parochial and public schools. Fruit and 
produce dealer. 

House '10, committee on public service. 



263 



RICKER, GEORGE A., 22nd Essex, Rep., 
Gloucester. Born there March 30, 1877; 
public schools. Granite contractor and 
builder. Common council 5 years (presi- 
dent 1 year), superintendent of streets 
1908. 

House '10, committee on public lighting. 



264 



RILEY, THOMAS P., 23d Middlesex, 
Dem., Maiden. Born Medford, July 11, 1875; 
public^ schools, Seton Hall, Boston Univer- 
sity Law School. Lawyer. K. C, Elks, 
A. O. H. Democratic city committee; House 
1908-'09, committees on bills in third read- 
ing, printing, mercantile affairs (clerk). 

'10, judiciary. 



265 




ROBERTS, LEONARD G., 24th Suffolk, 
Rep., Boston. Born Sherman, Me., Sept. 13, 
1862; Bates college 1887, B. U. law school 
'90. Lawyer. Member U. S. district and cir- 
cuit courts, Boston Bar association. Repub- 
lican club of Mass., Young Men's Republican 
club of Dorchester, Ward 24 Republican club, 
Dirigo, Congregational, Park St., Men's, Co- 
lonial clubs, Masons (past master St. John's 
lodge). 

House '10, committee on judiciary. 



266 



ROBINSON, GEORGE B. M., 2d Hampden, 
Rep., East Longmeadow. Born there Oct. 7, 
1866; public schools, Childs' Business college, 
Springfield. Retired stone dealer. Select- 
men, overseers of the poor, assessors, tax 
collector. 

House '10, committee on water supply. 



267 



ROBINSON, WILLIAM M., 26th Suffolk, 
Rep., Chelsea. Born there July 21, 1875; 
public schools, Worcester academy. Furni- 
ture. Masons. Alderman 4 years (chair- 
man finance committee) ; House 1907-'08-'09, 
committees on election laws, street railways, 
federal relations (clerk). 

'10, federal relations, street railways. 



268 



ROUSMANIERE, JOHN E., 21st Suffolk, 
Rep., Boston. Rorn there Oct. 14, 1877; Har- 
vard college and law school. Lawyer. 
Massachusetts club, Masons. Republican 
city committee 6 years; House 1908-'09, com- 
mittees on judiciary, bills in third reading, 
metropolitan affairs. 

'10, election laws (ch.), rules, met. af- 
fairs. 



269 




RYAN, THOMAS, 1st Middlesex, Dem., 
Cambridge. Born Ireland, April 17, 1877; 
public schools. Teaming. Common council 
1907-'08. 

House '10, committee on met. affairs. 



270 



SARGENT, RALPH, 1st Essex, Rep., Mer- 
rimac. Born there Dee. 5, 1848; public 
schools. Ice business. Masons. Selectman, 
assessor and overseer of the poor 9 years, 
superintendent of streets 2 years; House 
1909, committee on prisons. 

'10, prisons. 



271 



SAUNDERS, AMOS T., 10th Worcester, 
Rep., Clinton. Born Waterford, Me., May 
3, 1874; Bridgeton (Me.) academy, B. U. law 
school 1900. Lawyer. Republican club of 
Massachusetts, Worcester County Republican 
club. Town solicitor three years, Republi- 
can town committee five years (chairman 
three), moderator; House 1909, committee 
on judiciary (clerk). 

'10, liquor law (ch.), elections, judiciary. 



272 




SCIGLIANO, ALFRED, 6th Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there June 3, 1876; public 
schools. Bartender. Eagles, Jefferson club, 
Columbus society, Mediterranean Fishing 
club. Common council 1909. 

House '10, committee on harbors and pub- 
lic lands. 



273 



SCULLY, MICHAEL J., 4th Hampden, 
Dem., Springfield. Born Ireland, Dec. 4, 
1863; public schools. Employee B. & M. 
R. R. Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, 
Foresters of America, A. O. U. W. City 
council 1904 to '09; House '09, committee 
on railroads. 

10, railroads. 



274 



SEGEE, SAMUEL A., 27th Suffolk, Rep., 
Revere. Born Swampscott, Jan. 10, 1853; 
public schools, Lynn Mercantile acadeniy 
1869. Mason and builder, real estate. Ma- 
sons, I. O. O. F. Auditor 2 years, assessor 
15 years, selectman 3 years; House 1909, 
committee on harbors and public lands. 

'10, taxation. 



275 



SHARP, BENJAMIN, 1st Nantucket, 
Rep., Nantucket. Born Philadelphia, Pa., 
Nov. 1, 1858; Coffin school, Nantucket, 
Swarthmore college, U. of P. medical 
school 1879, Universities of Berlin, Leipsic, 
Wuerzburg (Ph. D. '83). Zoologist. Academy 
of Natural Scientists, Athletic club of Nan- 
tucket. Zoologist Peary expedition 1891, 
professor zoology IT. of P. 

House *10, committees on libraries (ch.), 
fisheries and game. 



276 



SHAW, DAVID B., 3d Suffolk, Dem., 
Boston. Born there August 20, 1870; pub- 
lic schools, B. U. law school 1897. Lawyer. 
Catholic Literary union, K. C. House 1896- 
'97-1909 (to fill vacancy), committees on 
metropolitan affairs (clerk), libraries, in- 
surance; Senate 1898 (to fill vacancy), 
1901, constitutional amendments, probate 
and chancery, water supply, libraries, liquor 
law, congressional redistricting (special). 

'10, elections, met. affairs. 



277 



SMITH, FRANK H., 3d Hampshire, 
Rep., Hadley. Born North Hadley, Dec. 15, 
1871; Hopkins academy, Amherst college 
A. B., University of Pennsylvania M. D. 
Physician. Amherst club, Masons, Sons of 
American Revolution. School committee, 
library trustee, academy trustee, water 
commissioner, chairman 250th anniversary 
committee. 

House '10, committee on public health. 



278 



SORENSON, THEODORE L., 1st Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born there 31 years ago; pub- 
lic schools. Cornice maker and professional 
singer. Sheet iron workers' union. Common 
council 1907-'08. 

House *10, committee on railroads. 



279 



STEVENS, GEORGE H., 14th Middlesex, 
Rep., Dracut. Born Norwich, Conn., August 
18, 1868; public schools of Lowell. Gro- 
ceries and provisions, Union Pacific R. R. 
5 years. 1. O. O. F., Masons, Grange, Vesper 
Country clubs, 5 years Oregon national 
guard. All various town offices in Dracut; 
House 1905, committees on libraries, roads 
and bridges. 

*10, roads and bridges. 



280 




STONE, ARTHUR M., 20th Worcester, 
Rep., Worcester. Born Spencer, Oct. 31, 
1844; public schools. Banking and manu- 
facturing, president Boston- Worcester Foot- 
wear Co. Director Mechanics National 
bank, president board of trade 3 years, 
Masons, G. A. R. Common Council 1884-'85 
(president '85). 

House '10, committee on mercantile af- 
fairs. 



281 



STONE, ELISHA D., 11th Middlesex, 
Rep., Ayer. Born Harvard, May 6, 1852; 
Lawrence academy. Fire insurance. 
Masons, I. O. O. F. Town treasurer for past 
20 years, selectman seven (chairman three), 
Republican town committee 15 years 
(chairman); House 1909, committee on 
towns (clerk). 

'10, insurance. 



282 




STORY, ARTHUR D., 24th Essex, Rep., 
Essex. Born there Oct. 11, 1864; public 
schools, Phillips Andover academy. Ship- 
builder. I. O. O. F., K. P. House 1896, com- 
mittee on harbors and public lands; presi- 
dential elector 1900. 

House '10, committee on taxation. 



283 



STURGIS, FRANKLIN, JR., 4th Berkshire, 
Rep., Lanesboro. Born there Oct. 18, 1883; 
public schools. Foreman. Masons, Knights 
Templar. 

House '10, committee on mercantile af- 
fairs. 



284 



SULLIVAN, DANIEL L., 9th Suffolk, 
Dem., Boston. Born there Oct. 16, 1878; pub- 
lic schools. Receiving clerk. Quincy club. 
Common council three years; House 1907-'08, 
committees on libraries, state house. 

'10, insurance. 



285 



SULLIVAN, LYNDE, 23d Middlesex, Rep., 
Maiden. Born there Oct. 24, 1865; public 
schools, private school, Veray, Switzerland; 
German gymnasium, Atenenburg, Ger. ; Har- 
vard 1888, Harvard law school. Lawyer. N. 
H. Society of Cincinnati, Sons of Revolution. 
Masons, St. Botolph, Kernwood, Maiden 
clubs. Common council 4 years. 

House '10, committee on education. 



286 




SWANX, GEORGE, 11th Plymouth, Rep., 
Brockton. Born Derby, Eng., July 18, 1859; 
public schools. Elastic goring weaver. Re- 
publican club, Masons, I. O. O. F., Sons of 
St. George, Brockton Cricket, Lookout Fish- 
ing and Gunning clubs. Common council 
1903-'04-'05 (president 1905); board of alder- 
men 1906; House 1908-'09, committee on pub- 
lic charitable institutions (clerk). 

'10, harbors and public lands, public char- 
itable institutions. 



287 



TETL.ER, JAMES R., 7th Essex, Rep., 
Lawrence. Born there; public schools. 
Master plumber. Masons. City council 1902- 
'03; House 1909, committee on federal rela- 
tions. 

'10, federal relations, payroll (ch.). 



288 




THOMAS, WILLIAM R., 5th Norfolk, Rep., 
Quincy. Born there Sept. 24, 1871; public 
schools, B. U. law school. Lawyer. Elks, 
I. O. O. F., A. and H. Artillery Co., Granite 
City, Quincy Yacht, Norfolk clubs, Citizens' 
association, board of trade. City solicitor 3 
years; House 1909, committee on metropoli- 
tan affairs. 

'10, met. affairs. 



289 



TUFTS, NATHAN A., 5th Middlesex, Rep., 
Waltham. Born Fitchburg, April 15, 1879; 
Fitchburg high school 1896, Brown university 
1900, B. U. law school '03. Lawyer. Re- 
publican club of Waltham, D. U. fraternity, 
Elks (P. E. R.), I. O. O. F., Masons. Coach 
Waltham high school football team 8 years. 
Board of aldermen 3 years (chairman finance 
committee '09). 

House '10, committees on engrossed bills 
'eh.), election laws. 

290 



TURNER, ROBERT N., 5th Middlesex, 
Rep., Waltham. Born there March 6, 1882; 
public schools, M. I. T., Boston University, 
B. U. law school. Lawyer. Waltham Re- 
publican club, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Phi 
fraternities. Republican city committee, 
board of aldermen. 

House '10, committee on judiciary. 



291 



TYTUS, ROBB deP., 7th Berkshire, Dem., 
Tyringham. Born Asheville, N. C., Feb. 2, 
1875; St. Mark's school, Yale. Archaeologist 
and farmer. Union, University and Yale 
clubs of New York. House 1909, committeea 
on public lighting, roads and bridges. 

'10, mercantile affairs, roads and bridges. 



292 



UNDERHILL, CHARLES L., 25th Middle- 
sex, Rep., Somerville. Born Richmond, Va., 
July 20, 1867; public schools. Hardware 
dealer. Elks, Masons, R. A., Y. M. C. A., 
Winter Hill Improvement association, board 
of trade. Central club. Ward 5 Republican 
club; House 1902-'03-'08-'09, committees on 
federal relations (chairman), cities (clerk), 
counties, payroll, rules, public lighting 
(chairman); '10, rules, public lighting (ch.). 



293 




UPTON, ALTON A., 4th Franklin, Rep., 
Orange. Born Templeton, Nov. 21, 1864; 
public schools. Mechanic. Equitable club, 
1. O. O. F., Red Men, S. of V. Republican 
town committee (chairman); House 1909, 
committee on counties. 

'10, counties, education. 



294 



VINSON, THOMAS M., 20th Suffolk, Rep., 
Boston. Born there April 27, 1869; public 
schools, B. U. law school 1893. Lawyer. 
House 1902-'03-'04, committees on engrossed 
bills, mercantile affairs, bills in third read- 
ing, metropolitan affairs, ways and means, 
public health (chairman). 

'10, insurance, labor. 



295 



WARREN, CLARENCE A., 27th Suffolk, 
Rep., Chelsea. Born Durham, N. H., July 9, 
1882; public schools. Lawyer. Director of 
Board of Trade, director of Y. M. C. A., 
Masons. Aldermen 3 years; House 1909, 
committee on judiciary. 

'10, elections (ch.), rules, judiciary. 



296 



WASHBURN, ROBERT M., 22d Worces- 
ter, Rep., Worcester. Bovn there Jan. 4, 
1868; public schools, Harvard college. Law- 
yer. Republican club of Massachusetts, 
Worcester County Republican club, Quin- 
sigamond Boat club, Worcester club. Repub- 
lican city committee; House 1908-'09, com- 
mittees on railroads (chairman), rules, 
liquor law. 

'10, railroads (ch.), rules, libraries. 



2S7 



WATERHOUSE, WICKLIFFE H., 3d Wor- 
cester, Rep., Westminster. Born Roxbury, 
April 13, 1857; public schools. Farming and 
lumbering. I. O. O. F., Grange. Board 
of assessors, selectmen, superintendent of 
streets, Republican town committee 20 years. 

House '10, committee on agriculture. 



298 




WAUGH, WILLIAM L., 26th Middlesex, 
Rep., Somerville. Born Waugh's River, 
Colchester county, N. S.; public schools. 
Carpenter and builder. Masons, K. T., I. O. 
O. F., Red Men, N. E. O. P., board of trade, 
Somerville Associates, Director Winter Hill 
Co-operative Bank. House 1907-'08-'09, com- 
mittees on counties, cities, liquor law. 

'10, prisons (ch.). 



299 




WELLS, HENRY G., 3d Essex, Rep.. 
Haverhill. Born Bridgeport, Conn., Oct. 12, 
1879; public schools, Tilton (N. H.) semi- 
nary, Wesleyan university. Harvard law 
fichool. Lawyer. Common council. 
• House '10, committee on insurance. 



300 



WHITE, NORiMAi^ H., 2d Norfolk, Rep., 
Brookline. Born Montclair, N. J., Dec. 25, 
1871; public schools, University of New 
York, Harvard. Treasurer of Boston Book 
Binding company, director Brookline Na- 
tional bank. Vice-president Brookline Re- 
publican club; House 1907-'08-'09, commit- 
tees on metropolitan affairs, ways and 
means, education (chairman). 

'10, ways and means (ch.). 



301 




WHITE, THOMAS W., 4th Middlesex, 
Rep., Newton. Born there Jan. 10, 1876; 
public schools, Mass. College of Pharmacy. 
Druggist. Middlesex, Newton Players', Bos- 
ton City clubs, I. O. O. P., Masons, Knights 
Templar, Shriners. 

House '10, committee on election laws. 



302 




WILLETTS. ISAAC E., 11th Bristol, Rep., 
Fall River. Born Boston, Nov. 8, 1879; pub- 
lic schools. Garbage contractor, deputy- 
sheriff. House 1905-'06-'08-'09, committees on 
public charitable institutions, printing, pub- 
lic health (clerk), cities, fisheries and game, 
roads and bridges. 

'10, roads and bridges (ch.). 



303 



WITT, ERNEST A., 7th Hampden, Rep., 
Springfield. Born there July 12, 1875; public 
fichools, commercial college. Mercantile, 
real estate. I. O. O. F., S. of V., Co. H Naval 
Brigade (hospital steward, yeoman, treas- 
urer). Secretary Republican city committee 
1908-'09, assistant assessor past 6 years. 

House '10, committees on liquor law, mil- 
itary affairs. 



304 



WOLCOTT, ROGER, 4th Norfolk, Rep., 
Milton. Born Milton, July 25, 1877; Hop- 
kinson's school, Harvard '99, LL. B. 1902. 
Lawyer. Private 1st Mass. Heavy Artillery 
Spanish war, capt. and adjt. 1st Heavy 
Artillery, lieut, col. and insp.-gen. M. V. M. 
Director Everett Mills, York Mfg. Co., mem- 
ber corporation Provident Institutions for 
Savings and Suffolk Savings bank, Society 
Colonial Wars, Society of Cincinnati, Loyal 
Legion, U. S. W. V.; House 1909, commit- 
tee on- railroads; '10, street railways (ch.). 
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WOOD, RUSSELL A., 3d Middlesex, Rep., 
Cambridge. Born there March 25, 18S0; pub- 
lic schools, Harvard college 1903. News- 
paper work. Masons, I. O. O. F., Elks. Com- 
mon council 1904-'05-'06; vice-president Non- 
partisan Municipal party; House 1909, com- 
mittee on taxation. 

'10, constitutional amendments (ch.), tax- 
ation. 



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KIxMBALL. JA.MKS W., clerk of the 
House, Lynn. Born there Dec. 17, 1858; 
public schools. Printer. Page and mes- 
senger in House 6 years; assistant clerk 
1888 to 1897. Elected clerk in 1897 and 
re-elected annually since. Masons. 



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WALDRON, REV. DANIEL W., chaplain 
of the House. Born Augusta, Me., Nov. 11, 
1840. Bowdoin college 1862, Andover Theo- 
logical seminary 1866. Elected chaplain of 
the house in 1879, and re-elected each year 
since. 



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GARDNER, SIDNEY, doorkeeper of the 
House, Gloucester. Born there June 10, 
1843; public schools. Private Co. G 8th 
regiment. Sept. 15, 1862 to Nov. 10, 1864. 
Commander Col. Allen Post G. A. R. 1886-'87- 
'92 until now. I. O. O. F. Inspector customs 
Gloucester 1872 to '87. Appointed mes- 
senger 1888, assistant doorkeeper 1904, 
doorkeeper '10. 



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BEATTY, JAMES, postmaster. Waltham. 
Born Manchester, Eng., August 26, 1845; 
public schools of Salem. Enlisted Sept. 22, 
1861, in Co. I, 22d Mass., three years bugler 
5th Army Corps, mustered out Oct. 18, 1864. 
Auctioneer, furniture dealer. Board of al- 
dermen 1897-'98-'99. Appointed messenger 
1886, postmaster 1893. G. A. R., I. O. O. F., 
A. O. U. W. 



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