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Amherst College Class of 1890
(from the Amherst College Biographical Record, Centennial Edition (1821-1921))

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3288. Austin, Samuel Goddard.  S. of Rev. Frank D. and Julia M. (Goddard), b. Presque Isle, Me., Jy. 8, 1870.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Nashua (N. H.) H. S.  Cornell L. S. and U. of Cal. L. S.; admitted to Cal. bar, 1896; Mass. bar, 1899; lawyer and court reporter on a newspaper, Worcester, 1900-; advertising manager Worcester Spy.

Address, 2302 Budlong St., Los Angeles, Cal.

3289. Ballou, Frederick Allen.
3290. *Bartlett, Walter Reynolds.
3291. Bartlett, William Nelson.  S. of Richard and Jane E. (Best), b. Guilford, Conn., Jan. 16, 1866.  Theta Delta Chi.

Prepared New Haven (Conn.) H. S.  Farmer Guilford, Conn., 1892-.

Address, The Willows, Guilford, Conn.

3292. Boyd, Edward Steele.  S. of Rev. Pliny S. and Mary J. (Allen), b. Shelburne Falls, S. 8, 1867.  M. A., A. C., 1893.

Prepared Arms Acad., Shelburne Falls.  Prin. Haverhill (N. H.) Acad., 1890; Upron Sem., New Preston, Conn., 1891-92; proprietor and prin. Parker Acad., Woodbury, Conn., 1892-98; contracting business, 1896-1911; president Standard Nut and Bolt Co.; member Conn. Legislature, 1911-13; senator from 32nd Dist., 1917; state supervisor of schools, 1912-17; sec. Conn. State Teachers' Retirement Board, Hartford, Conn., 1917-.  Trustee State School for Boys, 1915-.  Sergt. Woodbury Company State Guard; member State Council of Defense, World War.  Member Conn. Hist. Soc.; Sons of Amer. Revolution.

Married Aug. 20, 1895, Helen Amanda, da. of Burton Shove, Woodbury, Conn.  Ch. [Harmon] S. (A. C. 1917); Anna B.; Burton S.

Address, Box 706, Meriden, Conn.

3293. Brooks, Simon Pomeroy.
3294. *Buck, Albert Francis.
3295. Burns, Wylie Charles.
3296. Child, Edwin Burrage.
3297. Clapp, John Mantel.
3298. Coit, George Chandler.
3299. *Corning, Henry Royce.
3300. Crockett, Albert Waldo.
3301. Daniels, Ernest Darwin.
3302. Deane, Joseph Griswold.
3303. Delabarre, Frank Alexander.
3304. Dewey, Franklin William.
3305. Dickerman, Wilton Elias.
3306. *Doane, Frank Butler.
3307. Doyle, William Barnabas.
3308. Duffey, Edwin.
3309. *Dunbar, Frank Emerson.  S. of John F. and Terresa (MacDonald), b. Pittsfield, D. 20, 1868.  Chi Phi.

Prepared Pittsfield H. S.; A. C., 1888-90; B. A., 1896.  Studied law office of C. S. Lillie, Lowell; admitted to Middlesex Co. bar, Je., 1893; lawyer Lowell, 1893-1922.  Director Union Nat. Bank; Middlesex Co.; Traders and Mechanics Insurance Co.; Shaw Hosiery Co.; vice-president Lowell Gas and Electric Co.; treasurer Stony Book Railroad Corp. and officer of other companies.  D. Lowell, May 19, 1922.

Married S. 26, 1894, Mary Carney, da. of Jacob Rogers, Lowell.

3310. Durand, Henry Calvin.
3311. *Durand, Henry Zelotes.
3312. *Durgin, Cyrus Albert.
3313. Ewing, Charles Edward.
3314. Ewing, George Clinton.
3315. Ewing, George Henry.
3316. Fay, Charles Ralph.
3317. Gates, Herbert Wright.
3318. Gilbert, William Oscar.
3319. Hare, George Ray.
3320. Harrison, Fosdick Beach.
3321. Hayward, Ernest Lowell.
3322. Houghton, Matthew Henry.  S. of Elihu Russell and Louise (Seymour), b. Piermont, N. Y., O. 10, 1867.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Amherst H. S.  Instructor Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1890-91; contractor Boston and N. Y. City, 1891-99; manager Evangelist Publishing Co., N. Y. City, 1899-; engaged in building construction, 1895-.  Member harbor police patrol, World War.

Married Je. 1, 1898, Lucile W., da. of James N. Caplinger, New Castle, Ky.  [Seems to be brother of Elihu R. (A. C. 1885) and Augustus S. (A. C. 1888).]

Address, 170 Elm St., New Rochelle, N. Y.

3323. Howland, Giles Wilson.  S. of Charles W. and Mariesta (Dodge), b. Abington, Aug. 11, 1867.  Beta Theta Pi.

Prepared Boston Latin School.  Dist. manager Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., Rockland, 1892-.  Member Rockland board of health; assessor.  Officer in Mass. State Guards.

Married O. 14, 1896, Florence May, da. of Frederick Dill, Rockland.  Ch. Charles P.; Mariesta D.

Address, Bank Bldg., Rockland, Mass.

3324. Hunt, Edwin Sumner.
3325. *Ingalls, Arthur Burdette.  S. of Hiram G. and Adelia C. (Newton), b. Summer Hill, N. Y., Je. 4, 1866.  M. A., A. C., 1893.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared State Normal School, Cortland, N. Y.  Bookkeeper Cortland, N. Y., 1890-91; post-grad. student in chemistry, A. C., 1891-92; assistant in chemistry, A. C., 1892-93 and instructor, 1893-94; instructor in chemistry Williams, 1894-95; prof. of chemistry and natural science Oahu Coll., Honolulu, H. I., 1895-99; special agent of board of health, Honolulu, 1900; customs gauger Hawaii, 1900; customs examiner and gauger, under U. S. Govt. Port of Honolulu, 1900-21.  Examiner of teas, 1901-21.  Sec. and chief officer local board of Civil Service Commissioners 1900-04; member Advisery Board of Immigration, 1901-02; organist and choir director.  Wrote Mauna Loa's Eruption of 1899.  D. Cortland, N. Y., Aug. 16, 1921.

Married (1) Jy. 15, 1896, Lilla May, da. of Rev. Henry A. Cordo, Lambertville, N. J., who d. Ap. 7, 1901; (2) S. 14, 1904, Iola Emogene, da. of Andrew S. Barber, Auburn, Wash.  Ch. Iolani.

3326. Joiner, George Bertram.  S. of George B. and Lydia (Chandler), b. Watseka, Ill., Je. 12, 1867.  M. D., Rush Med. Coll., 1894.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Prep. Dept. Olivet Coll.; A. C., 1888-90; Grad. Rush Med. Coll., Chicago, Ill.; interne Presb. Hospital, Chicago, Ill., 1894-.  D. Chicago, Ill., Jy. 7, 1896.

3327. Kimball, Sereno Thayer.
3328. Kyburg, George Wilson.
3329. Lacey, Edward Norman.
3330. Landfear, Harry William.
3331. *Lester, James Crawford.
3332. Low, James Herbert.
3333. *MacFadden, Robert Andrew.
3334. *MacGlashan, Archibald Alexander.
3335. MacNeill, Allen Benjamin.
3336. Nolte, Frederick William.  S. of William, b. St. Louis, Mo., Mch. 27, 1862.  M. A., 1900; Ph. D., St. Louis U., 1905.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Shurtleff Coll. Prep. School; Shurtleff Coll., 1886-89; A. C., 1889-90.  Newton T. S., 1890-94; ordained as Baptist 1894; prof. of natural and revealed theology and homiletics, Eden Sem., St. Louis, Mo., 1895-1910; ed. and publisher of Southern Ill. Tribune, Creal Springs, Ill., 1910-12; supt. of schools of Bapt. Orphanage, Arcadia, Fla., 1912-17; p. Bapt. Ch., Moore Haven, Fla., 1918-.

Married N. 26, 1892, Ida Louise Baker, Springfield, Ill.  Ch. Ruth F. (Mrs. Ralph W. Taylor).

Address, Moore Haven, Fla.

3337. Putnam, Frank Curtiss.
3338. Raymond, Edward Dana.
3339. Raymond, Edward Lincoln.  S. of Reuben and Sarah M. (Holbrook), b. New London, Conn., May 21, 1866.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Exeter, N. H.  Student landscape gardening Boston, 1890-93; in employ of City of Boston, 1907.  When last heard from was in Cal.

Address, unknown.

3340. Reynolds, Willard German.  S. of James German and Antoinette (Severance), b. Granby, N. Y., Jy. 6, 1866.  M. D., Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll., 1894.  Theta Delta Chi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Grad. Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll., 1894; interne St. Mary's General Hospital; Ruptured and Crippled Hospital; Vienna General Hospital, 1894-97; physician and ophthalmologist Brooklyn, N. Y., 1897-.

Married Jy. 20, 1910, Angèle Iréne Callan, Yonkers, N. Y.  Ch. Peter C.; Williard G.; Charles A.; Kenneth W.

Address, 184 Joralemon St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

3341. Richardson, Edwin Ansel.  S. of Ansel Wright and Ann J. (Houghton), b. Hadley, S. 8, 1868.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Hopkins Acad., Hadley.  Prin. Wallingford (Conn.) H. S., 1890-92; head master Episc. Acad., Cheshire, Conn., 1892-94; teacher Pingry School, Elizabeth, N. J., 1894-1900; special representative of Conn. Mut. Benefit Life Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn., 1900-02; master and teacher of mathematics and science, Bancroft School, Worcester, 1902-10; in advertising business, 1910-18; prin. Holden H. S., 1918-.

Married Ap. 10, 1895, Gertrude L., da. of William A. Shaw, Sunderland.  Ch. Beatrice H.

Address, Holden, Mass.

3342. Ricker, Ralph Johnson.
3343. *Rogers, George Harris.
3344. Sayles, Frederic Clark.
3345. Small, Harry Elmer.
3346. Smith, William Henry.
3347. Taft, George Chapin.
3348. Tenney, Bernard Frederick.
3349. Weldon, William McElroy.
3350. Whitaker, Hobart Karl.
3351. Whitman, Charles Seymour.
3352. Whitney, Edward Samuel.


Bangs, Dwight Freeman.
Banks, Edgar James.
*Burns, John McKibbin.
Calmer, Howard Charles.  S. of Michael and Theresa (Stoekig), b. Joliet, Ill., D. 27, 1868.  Chi Psi.  Prepared Joliet (Ill.) H. S.; U. of Wisconsin, 1886-88; A. C., 1888-89.  Merchant Joliet, Ill., 1893-1916; director industrial relations Beacon Falls Rubber Shoe Co., 1916-21; gen. manager Southern Cal. Warehouse and Distributing Co.  Member School Board, Joliet, Ill.  Address, 128 So. Hoover St., Los Angeles, Cal.
*Carpenter, William Bancroft.
*Chapin, Asa Cummings.
*Colton, William Ball.
Cushman, Arlon Vannevar.  S. of Marshall Blair (A. C. 1861) and Josephine (Bassett), b. Amherst, Jan. 17, 1869.  LL. B., Columbian L. S., 1893; LL. M., 1894; P. L. M., 1896.  Prepared Amherst H. S.; A. C., 1886-87.  Grad. Columbian L. S., 1893; patent lawyer Washington, D. C., 1893-, in firm of Cushman, Bryant and Darby.  Member and sec. Patent Bar Assoc.  Address, 900-906 Washington Loan & Trust Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Dunham, Tryon Griswold.
Holden, George Steadman.  S. of Henry P. and Mary A. (Holmes), b. Middlefield, S. 29, 1868.  Beta Theta Pi.  Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover; A. C., 1886-89; grad. U. of Mich., 1891, student, Med. Dept., 1891-92; in woolen mfg. business, 1892-; supt. woolen mill, 1895-1900; financial manager Holden and Fuller, woolen mfrs., 1900-1910; automobile dealer, 1910-.  Selectman, 1909-10.  Sons, Roger C. (A. C. 1919); Henry P. (A. C. 1927).  Address, 9 Central St., Palmer, Mass.
Kelly, Edward Parker.
King, Edward Gilbert.
*Lackland, Chaffraix Kayser.
*Moody, Humphrey Everett.
Pope, Ezra Tobey.
Sterrett, Ralph Brecht.
*Strickland, Lemuel Sears.
*Taylor, James Henry.
*Towne, Albert.
Turner, Theodore Frank.
*Walbridge, Rolla Clifton.  S. of Clifton H. and Jeanette (Sargent), b. Palestine, Ill., F. 16, 1867.  Prepared Worcester H. S.; A. C., 1888-89.  Member Worcester police force.  D. Je. 7, 1921.
West, Calvin B.
White, Trumbull.  S. of John Trumbull and Frances Anna (McCaughan), b. Winterset, Ia., Aug. 12, 1868.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1910.  Delta Upsilon.  Prepared Winterset (Ia.) H. S.; A. C., 1886-88.  City ed. Decatur (Ia.) Review, 1888-89; ed. and publisher, Evansville (Ind.) Coll., 1889-90; reporter Chicago Morning News, 1891; spec. writer, night city ed. and literary ed. Chicago Times, 1894-1901; foreign service for Chicago Record in war correspondence and in industrial and economic studies, 1894-1901; ed. the Red Book magazine, 1903-06; Appleton's magazine, 1906-09; Adventure magazine, 1910; Everybody's magazine, 1911-15; Bay View magazine, 1915-17; member firm of Leo L. Redding & Co., N. Y. City, 1918-.  Wrote Wizard of Wall Street, World's Columbian Exposition, Reuben and Cynthia at the World's Fair, Free Silver in Mexico, Round the World Tours, etc.; many articles in magazines.  Son, Owen S. (A. C. 1918).  Address, 62 W. 45th St., N. Y. City.
Williams, Stalham Leon.

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