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Amherst College Class of 1889
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3194. Allen, Glenn Sevienne.  S. of O. M. and Hannah (Smith), b. Kalamazoo, Mich., D. 3, 1867.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Kalamazoo (Mich.) H. S.  With Globe Casket Mfg. Co., Kalamazoo, Mich., 1889-; contractor; president Globe Construction Co., Kalamazoo, Mich.

Married (1) F. 17, 1891, Priscilla McClure McIlvaine; (2) D. 11, 1912, Annette Marguerite Brenner, Kalamazoo, Mich.  Ch. Glenn S.; Barbara J.; Jollie N.

Address, 616 W. Main St., Kalamazoo, Mich.

3195. Appleton, Edward Allen.  S. of Julius H. and Helena S. (Allen), b. Springfield, Mch. 31, 1867.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Springfield H. S. and Phillips Acad., Andover.  Clerk, 1890-91; teacher 1892-95; wood pulp tester, Springfield, 1896-.

Address, 313 Maple St., Springfield, Mass.

3196. *Baldwin, George Lyman.  S. of George H. and Julia M. (Smith), b. Litchfield, Conn., Jy. 18, 1865.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Teacher Stevens Prep. School, Hoboken, N. J., 1889-91.  D. Litchfield, Conn., O. 3, 1891.

3197. Belcher, Richard.
3198. *Bemis, Harry Clifford.
3199. Bigelow, Willard Dell.
3200. Bigelow, William Pingry.
3201. Bosworth, Henry Hall.
3202. Brown, Harrison Hitchcock.
3203. *Callahan, Edward Michael.
3204. Callahan, John Robert.
3205. Camp, Edward Chapin.
3206. *Carleton, Ernest Goodell.
3207. Chamberlain, James Leon.
3208. Chambers, James.
3209. Chancellor, William Estabrook.  S. of David W. and Harriet (Estabrook), b. Dayton, O., S. 25, 1867.  M. A., A. C., 1895.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Worcester Classical H. S.  Instructor Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1889-90; Pratt Institute H. S., 1890-92; in Europe, 1892-93; student, Harvard L. S., 1893-94; master DeLancey School, Philadelphia, Penn., 1894-95; president Lincoln Polytechnic Institute, Lincoln, Neb., 1895-96; head history dept., Erasmus Hall H. S., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1896-97; supt. of schools Bloomfield, N. J., 1897-1904; Paterson, N. J., 1904-06; Washington, D. C., 1906-08; Norwalk, Conn., 1908-12; ed. N. Y. School Journal, 1912-14; prof. of political science Coll. of Wooster, O., 1914-; assoc. ed. The Ohio Teacher, Columbus, O., 1916-.  Presidential Elector in Ohio, 1916; chairman Congressional Architectural Commission, Washington, D. C., 1905-08; finance committee City Council, Wooster, O., 1919-; delegate to Ohio State Democratic Convention, 1916, 1920.  Chairman Wayne Co. Four Minute Men; member Liberty Loan committees, World War.  Member Authors Club, London, Eng.; Press Club, N. Y.; Amer. Econ. Assoc.; Amer. Sociological Soc.  Wrote Our Presidents and Their Office; A Theory of Motives, Ideals and Values in Education; Our Schools, Their Administration and Supervision; Educational Sociology; Health of the Teacher; and many other books.

Married D. 14, 1892, Louise Isabel, da. of Eugene F. Beecher, Brooklyn, N. Y., who d. Aug. 8, 1908.  Ch. Marie L. (Mrs. Roy C. Miller); Susan B.; Catherine B.; Isabel B.; David B.

Address, 2261 Neil Ave., Columbus, O.

3210. *Churchill, George Bosworth.  S. of Ezra and Myra J. (Bosworth), b. Worcester, O. 24, 1866.  M. A., A. C., 1892; Ph. D., U. of Berlin, Germany, 1897.  Phi Beta Kappa; Chi Phi.

Prepared Worcester H. S.  Teacher Worcester H. S., 1889-92; William Penn Charter School, Philadelphia, Penn., 1892-94; student U. of Penn., 1893-94; Strassburg, Germany, 1894-95; Berlin, Germany, 1895-97; asst. ed., Cosmopolitan Magazine, 1897-98; assoc. prof. of Eng. and public speaking, A. C., 1898-1903; assoc. prof. of English literature, A. C., 1903-05; prof., 1905-.  member Mass. Senate, 1917, 1918, 1919; Mass. Constitutional Convention, 1917-19; chairman finance com., school com., moderator, etc., Amherst.  Congressman-elect at time of his death.  Member Berliner Gesellschaft f. d. Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen; Deutsche Shakespeare Gesellschaft; Modern Lang. Assoc. of America.  Wrote The Latin University Dramas of the Time of Queen Elizabeth, 1898; Richard 3d up to Shakespeare, 1900; ed. Richard 3d (Tudor Edition); Plays of Wycherley.  D. Amherst, Jy. 1, 1925.

Married Aug 24, 1893, Mabelle Ellen, da. of M. O. Whittier, Mercer, Me.  Ch. Hildegarde E. (m. Willard L. Thorp, A. C. 1920); Rosamund C.

3211. *Clarke, William Edwin.
3212. Cody, Alpheus Sherwin.
3213. Cooke, Henry Arnold.  S. of John S. and Sarah F. (Eaton), b. Groton, Aug. 2, 1866.  M. D., Harvard, 1896.  Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Theta Pi.

Prepared No. Brookfield H. S.  Teacher Mohegan Lake School, Peekskill, N. Y., 1889-92; Harvard M. S., 1892-96; physician Boston, 1896-97; Providence, R. I., 1898-.

Married F. 23, 1899, Bertha Helen, da. of George West, N. Y. City.  Ch. Stuart P. W. (A. C. ex 1921); Gordon A.; John A.

Address, 405 Angell St., Providence, R. I.

3214. Coolidge, John Nelson.
3215. Copeland, Elmer Humphrey.  S. of Hezekiah and Olive (Nichols), b. Acworth, N. H., Mch. 1, 1861.  M. A., A. C., 1897; M. D., N. Y. Homeopathic Med. Coll. and Flower Hospital, 1893.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Francestown (N. H.) Acad. and Arms Acad., Shelburne Falls.  Teacher St. Johns' School, Sing Sing, N. Y., 1889-90; N. Y. Homeopathic Med. Coll. and Hospital, 1890-93; physician Northampton, 1893-.  President Homeopathic Med. Soc. of West. Mass.; vice-president Mass. Homepathic Med. Soc.; director Northampton Historical Soc.; Hampshire County Y. M. C. A.  Member Vol. Med. Service Corps, etc., World War.

Married Aug. 23, 1893, Anna, da. of Lewis T. Covell, Shelburne Falls.  Ch. Olive C.; Winslow T. (A. C. 1920); Covell; Katharine (d.); Frances A.

Address, 205 Elm St., Northampton.

3216. Corey, Thomas Starr.  S. of Hiram D. and Mary E. (Starr), b. McGrawville, N. Y., N. 18, 1867.  LL. B., Columbia, 1892.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Homer (N. Y.) Acad.  Teacher Columbus, O., 1890-91; Yonkers, N. Y., 1891-92; Columbia L. S., 1891-92; lawyer N. Y. City, 1893-.

Address, 109 Kingston Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.

3217. Corss, James Kennedy.
3218. Crowell, Robert Warner.
3219. Cushman, Robert Holmes.
3220. Day, William Horace.
3221. Dean, Edwin Blanchard.
3222. Denison, Robert Charles.
3223. *Derr, Louis.
3224. *Dicken, William Chambers.
3225. Dickinson, Henry Nash.
3226. Dixon, Herbert Sidney.
3227. Dodd, Walter Hutchings.
3228. *Drown, Edward Payson.  S. of George P. and Elizabeth (Kingsbury), b. Keene, N. H., Ap. 30, 1865.  M. D., Harvard, 1893.

Prepared Keene (N. H.) H. S.  Harvard M. S., 1890-93; practised Malden, 1893-1905.  City physician, 1895-98.  D. Malden, May 25, 1905.

Married Je. 19, 1895, Mary B., da. of Frank H. Gould, Lynn.  2 da.

3229. Eastman, John M.  S. of Charles B. and Julia A. (Meacham), b. Woodville, N. Y., Je. 10, 1864.  Phi Delta Theta.

Prepared at Collegiate Institute, Adams, N. Y.  Farmer Woodville, N. Y., 1889-.

Address, Ellisburg, N. Y.

3230. Edsall, Clarence.
3231. *Emerson, Herbert Clark.
3232. Esty, William.
3233. Ewing, Thomas.  S. of Thomas and Julia R. (Hufnagle), b. Pittsburgh, Penn., Jy. 13, 1869.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Upsilon.

Prepared with Prof. Gibbons.  Studied law Pittsburgh, Penn., 1889-90; Harvard L. S., 1890-92; admitted to bar, 1892; atty.-at-law, Pittsburgh, Penn., 1892-; asst. to president of National Tube Co.

Married 1903, Mary Guthrie James, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.  Ch. Thomas; Barbara; Lewis J.

Address, 802 St. James St., Pittsburgh, Penn.

3234. Fairbank, Edward.
3235. French, Stuart Whitney.
3236. Gilbert, Vernon Phelps.
3237. Golder, Arthur Lee.
3238. *Gray, Walter Vreeland.
3239. Guptill, William Trelawney.
3240. Harlow, George Arthur.
3241. Hitchcock, John Sawyer.
3242. Holt, Robert Dunlap.  S. of Dr. Daniel and Mary Greenleaf (Dunlap), b. Lowell, D. 12, 1866.

Prepared Lowell H. S.  Manufacturer of overgaiters and leggings, Boston, 1889-; treasurer Garfield and Hoit Co., manufacturers of shoe findings, several yrs.; trustee and real estate.

Address, 483 Center St., Newton, Mass.

3243. Holton, Charles Sumner.
3244. Howard, William Raymond.  S. of Virgil M. and Ellen (Cook), b. Deerfield, Jan. 31, 1867.  D. D. S., Boston Dental Coll., 1894.  Chi Phi.

Prepared Dickinson Acad., Deerfield.  Boston Dental Coll., 1891-94; dentist Newport, R. I., 1894-.

Married Je. 27, 1900, Marion Caswell Bryer, Newport, R. I.  Ch. Robert D.

Address, 38 Broadway, Newport, R. I.

3245. *Humphrey, Charles Jewett.
3246. *Jackson, Edwin Eliphalet.
3247. James, Arthur Curtiss.
3248. Jones, Stephen Rosseter.
3249. Kabayama, Aiske.  S. of Count Admiral Sukenori and Tomo (Yamamoto), b. Kagoshima, Japan, May 10, 1866.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Wilbraham Acad.; Wesleyan, 1885-87; A. C., 1887-89.  U. of Bonn, Germany, 2 yrs.; engaged in politics and social work; directing manager Japan Steel Works, Tokyo, Japan, and director various companies.

Married Ap., 1892, Tsuneko, da. of Count Kawamura, Tokyo, Japan.  Ch. Yasuko; Chuji; Masako.

Address, Nagata-Cho, Tokyo, Japan.

3250. Kellogg, George Aaron.
3251. Luther, Clair Franklin.
3252. Merriam, Warren J.  S. of John Q. and Emeline A. (Hutchinson), b. Enfield, Jy. 19, 1865.

Prepared Ware H. S.  Teacher Nichols Acad., Dudley, 1889-90; prin. Sterling H. S., 1890-91; W. Boylston, 1891-94; studied law with Sheehan and Cutting, Worcester, 1892-95; admitted to bar, D., 1895; lawyer Worcester, 1895-.

Address, unknown.

3253. Mighill, Thomas Arthur.
3254. Moore, Forris Jewett.
3255. *Nakajima, Sukeo (Yunosuke Sawayama).
3256. Newell, Arthur Frost.
3257. Parkman, Edgar Henry.  S. of Charles and Caroline C. (Shumway), b. No. Brookfield, Aug. 28, 1862.  Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Theta.

Prepared No. Brookfield H. S.; A. C., 1882-84, 1887-89.  Teacher Thompsonville, Conn., 1889-; prin. High School, 1895-1918; traveling salesman for Wm. Klein Co.; traveling salesman for Conn. Casket Co., 1919-20; prin. Enfield H. S., 1920-.  Y. M. C. A. war worker, France, 1918-19.

Married (1) D. 23, 1890, Cora Mattie Fellows, Belchertown, who d. Jy. 3, 1902; (2) D. 25, 1906, Phebe Isabelle Smith, Hazardville, Conn.  Ch. Dorothy G.; Cora E.; Deane W.; Janet C.

Address, 35 Franklin St., Thompsonville, Conn.

3258. Phelps, Charles Dickinson.
3259. Philbrick, Frank Allen.
3260. *Porter, Charles Wendell.
3261. Preston, Albert Ward.
3262. Rich, William Dwight.  S. of George and Persis Joslyn (Osborn), b. Ware, O. 13, 1863.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Ware H. S. and Burr and Burton Sem., Manchester, Vt.; Middlebury, 1885-86; A. C., 1886-89.  Teacher Kingston, R. I., 1889-90; Hampstead, N. H., 1891-92; tutor Boston, 1892-98; instructor in English and mathematics Y. M. C. A. Evening Institute, Boston, and law student, 1898-1902; admitted to bar, Mch. 4, 1902; lawyer and teacher Boston, 1902-.

Address, 333 Washington St., Boston.

3263. Severance, Allan Dudley.
3264. Smith, Ernest Emmons.
3265. Smith, Harry Alexander.
3266. Spaulding, Frank Ellsworth.
3267. Stearns, Charles Falconer.
3268. Storrs, George Draper.
3269. Sumner, Albert Earl.
3270. Talmage, Dan.  S. of John F. and Isabella Negus (Van Syckle), b. Bound Brook, N. J., Jan. 10, 1867.

Prepared Peekskill Military Acad., N. Y.  Rice business, N. Y. City, 1889-92; Charleston, S. C., 1892-, president Dan Talmage's Sons Co., New Orleans, La.

Address, 213 No. Peters St., New Orleans, La.

3271. Taylor, Stephen Livingston.
3272. Thayer, Eugene.
3273. Thompson, Daniel Varney.
3274. Truslow, Arthur.
3275. Tuttle, Franklin Elliot.
3276. Wadhams, Ralph Holberton.  S. of Elijah C. and Esther T. (French), b. Plymouth, Penn., Jan. 15, 1866.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Wilkesbarre (Penn.) Acad.  Studied law Wilkesbarre, Penn., 1889-91; admitted to bar, Ap. 6, 1891; lawyer Wilkesbarre, Penn., 1891-.  First asst. dist. atty. Luzerne Co., Penn., 1896-97.

Address, 275 So. Franklin St., Wilkesbarre, Penn.

3277. Walker, John Jairus.
3278. Watkins, Jesse Mather.  S. of Albert Barnes (A. C. 1863) and Martha A. (Mather), b. Fairfield, N. Y., O. 10, 1868.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Albany (N. Y.) Acad., and Adams Collegiate Institute, N. Y.  In wholesale glove business, Chicago, Ill., 1889-90; clerk and asst. to president of Mather Stock Car Co., Chicago, Ill., 1891-94; vice-president, 1895-.

Married O. 5, 1897, Katharine Fullerton, da. of John Stillwell, Chicago, Ill.  Ch. Jesse M. (A. C. 1924); Elizabeth S.  Bro. Frank A. (A. C. 1896).

Address, 326 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Ill.

3279. Watkins, Royal Phillips.
3280. White, Everett Alonzo.  S. of Henry A. and Cynthia E. (Whittemore), b. Leicester, Je. 13, 1867.  Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Theta Pi.

Prepared Leicester Acad.  In business, 1889-; treasurer Crawford Laundry Machinery Co., Boston, 1900-; treasurer International Equipment Co., Boston.  [Seems to be brother of Herbert O. (A. C. 1895).]

Address, 352 Western Ave., Boston 35, Mass.

3281. White, Robert Rombout.
3282. Wier, Charles John.  S. of Newton J. and Caroline M. (Peabody), b. Lowell, F. 24, 1868.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Lowell H. S.  Admitted to bar, 1893; lawyer Lowell, 1893-.  Member Mass. Legislature, 1907-08; asst. dist. atty. Middlesex Co., 1909-14.

Address, 810-812 Sun Bldg., Lowell.

3283. Wilder, George Warren.
3284. Willcox, Henry Howard.  S. of Rev. William H. and Annie A. H. (Goodenow), b. Reading, Mch. 1, 1867.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  In business Malden, 1889-; manufacturer So. Framingham, 1900-07; Buffalo, N. Y., 1907-.

Address, 8 Birch Hill Rd., Newtonville.

3285. *Wilson, Howard.  S. of Rev. James Duncan (A. C. 1858) and Mary M. (Metzger), b. N. Y. City, F. 24, 1867.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y.  On N. Y. Mail and Express, 1890-93; with Underhill and Francis, real estate brokers, N. Y. City, 1893-; Barbour Thread Co.; Oxley and Wilson Mfg. Co.; Francis and Wilson; Whitney and Co., N. Y. City; Whitehouse and Co.  D. N. Y. City, F. 18, 1924.

3286. Woodbridge, Frederick James Eugène.
3287. Worthley, Herbert Samuel.


Ackerman, James Franklin.  S. of Joseph and Susan (Reed), b. Nashua, N. H., D. 29, 1864.  M. D., Homeopathic Coll. and Hospital, N. Y., 1890.  Prepared Arms Acad., Shelburne Falls; A. C., 1885.  Homeopathic Coll. and Hospital, N. Y., 1887-90; physician, Asbury Park, N. J., 1890-.  Officer in many corporations.  Secret service Attorney General's office, Washington, D. C., World War.  Address, 1010 Grand Ave., Asbury Park, N. J.
Burr, Charles Wolcott.
Crocker, Benton Pulsifer.
Derby, Samuel Jesse.  S. of Dexter E. and Thressa (Schoolcraft), b. Stockholm, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1859.  Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1885-86.  Teacher So. Amherst, 1886-87; Broad Brook, Conn., 1887-88; private school Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., 1889-90; Newark, N. J., 1890-92; prin. Newark (N. J.) Acad., 1892-1904; with Travelers' Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn., 1904-.  Address, 20 Clinton St., Newark, N. J.
Dole, Frederick Lincoln.
George, William August.  S. of Dr. August H. and Mary D. (Beringer), b. Shelburne Falls, O. 28, 1858.  Phi Delta Theta.  Prepared Springfield.  Hartford T. S., 1884-87; A. C., 1887-89.  Grad. Hartford T. S., 1887; ordained Je. 19, 1888; asst. p. to Dr. E. A. Bulkley, Rutherford, N. J., 1889-91; p. Paterson, N. J., 1891-94; Windsor, N. Y., 1894-1900; asst. p. to Rev. R. R. Meredith, Tompkins Ave. Cong. Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1900-03; p. Presb. Ch., Sussex, N. J.; co-operative observer N. J. Weather Bureau.  Address, Phillipsburg, R. D. 2, N. J.
*Gurney, Frank Ellis.
Hamlin, Ernest Lincoln.
Hartman, Herbert Thomas.
Herrick, William Wilson.
*Kenyon, Frank Smith.
Kimball, Daniel Parker.
Loomis, George Francis.  S. of Francis and Sarah (Hillman), b. Haydenville, Aug. 11, 1865.  Prepared Arms Acad., Shelburne Falls; A. C., 1885-87.  In shoe business as traveling salesman, 1888-.  Son Edward F. (A. C. 1917).  Address, 162 Chestnut St., Springfield.
McKibben, James Alvin.
Milliken, Brandon Rhodehamel.
Moorehead, Max Wood.
Morris, Wallace Horace.
*Reynolds, Philip Murray.
Sebring, William Campbell.
*Shaw, James Francis.
Smith, Edward Quincy.
Tappan, Harry Winthrop.
Thorne, Herbert Henry.
*Tingley, Willie Herbert.  S. of Rev. Edwin S. and Jane E. (Wight), b. Milford, Jan. 9, 1868.  Delta Upsilon.  Prepared Nichols Acad., Dudley; A. C., 1885-87.  D. Jy. 29, 1887.
Webster, George Barry.  S. of Benjamin Franklin (A. C. 1855) and Mary E. (Bragg), b. Godfrey, Ill., Je. 26, 1869.  Chi Psi.  Prepared Phillips Acad., Exeter, N. H.; A. C., 1885-87.  Studied law with Lee and Ellis, St. Louis, Mo.; admitted to bar, S. 3, 1890; lawyer, St. Louis, Mo., 1890-1906; gen. atty. Ozark Cooperage and Lumber Co., St. Louis, Mo., 1906-.  1st Lieut. and Adjt., 1st Mo. Vol. Inf., Spanish Amer. War, 1898.  Address, 407 Washington Ave., St. Louis, Mo.
Winslow, Edward Smith.
*Woodworth, Henry Phelps.

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