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3591. Bacheler, Gilbert Holland.  S. of Francis E. M. and Frances A. (Smith), b. Sparta, N. J., Mch. 19, 1870.

Prepared Norwich (Conn.) Free Acad.  Oberlin T. S., 1894-95; Hartford T. S., 1895-97; a. p. Perry, Me., 1897-99; ordained O. 11, 1899; p. W. Newfield, Me., 1899-1902; Buckingham, Conn., 1902-04; Glastonbury, Conn., 1906-; New Lebanon, N. Y., 1907-; 1st Presb. Ch., Vicksburg, Mich.; Bridport, Vt.  Supt. of schools Newfield, Me., 1901-02.  Chairman Relief Committee for Missaukee Co., Mich., World War.

Married F. 24, 1902, Mary Almira Johnson, Perry, Me.  Ch. Elizabeth.

Address, Ligonier, Ind.

3592. Backus, Grosvenor Hyde.  S. of Truman J. and Sarah C. (Glass), b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., May 5, 1874.  LL. B., Columbia, 1897.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Adelphi Acad., Brooklyn, N. Y.; B. S.  Columbia L. S., 1894-97; admitted to N. Y. bar, 1897; lawyer N. Y. City, 1897-.  Member N. Y. City board of education, 1902-07; trustee N. Y. Normal Coll., 1902-07; asst. counsel N. Y. Public Service Commission, 1907-11; president Soc. of Amherst Alumni, 1919-20.  Member Executive Com. Red Cross, Englewood, N. J.; N. J. Executive Com. United War Work Drive; maintained Convalescent Home, World War.

Married (1) Je. 30, 1904, Susan Emily Foote, Port Henry, N. Y.; (2) Je. 20, 1916, Mrs. Josefa Crosby Sewall, Englewood, N. J.  Ch. Wallace T.  Bro. Alexander H. (A. C. 1897).

Address, 100 Broadway, N. Y. City.

3593. Baker, Albert Sherburne.  S. of Moses and Ruth B. (Nickerson), b. So. Dennis, D. 15, 1871.  M. A., A. C., 1899; M. D., Harvard, 1899; B. D., Yale, 1904.  Phi Delta Theta.

Prepared Gloucester H. S.  Traveled in Europe, 1894-95; Harvard M. S., 1895-99; physician Boston, 1899-; student Boston U. T. S., 1901-03; Yale D. S., 1903-04; miss'y of Board of Hawaiian Evangelical Assoc., Kealakekua, Hawaii, 1904-19; p. Honolulu, T. H.  Member Hawaiian Hist. Soc., 1919-; life member Hawaiian Mission Children's Soc., 1913-; treasurer Hawaii Assoc. Cong. Churches, 1905-19; trustee Kohola Girls' School, Hawaii, 1917-19.  President War Drives Com., World War.

Married May 21, 1906, Harriet Ann Austin, Honolulu, T. H.  Ch. Ruth C.

Address, 2315 Maile Way, College Hills, Honolulu, T. H.

3594. *Bartlett, Ernest Merrill.  S. of Rotheus E. and Emma J. (Merrill), b. Warner, N. H., Jy. 29, 1870.  M. A., A. C., 1899.  Phi Delta Theta.

Prepared Colby Acad., New London, N. H.  Union T. S., 1894-96; Andover T. S., 1896-97; ordained Northbridge, O. 19, 1897, and p. there, 1897-1900; Kingston, 1900-1904; Madison, Wis., 1904-05.  D. Madison, Wis., Jan. 18, 1905.

Married Jy. 26, 1898, Barbara, da. of Arthur Merrill, Brownsville, Me.  Ch. Eleanor.

3595. Bartlett, Warren Tyler.  S. of Hiram Pierce and Sylvia C. (Weston), b. No. Brookfield, Je. 24, 1871.  Theta Delta Chi.

Prepared No. Brookfield H. S.  Teacher 1894-95; Harvard L. S., 1896-98; lawyer No. Brookfield, 1898-.  Member local Draft Board, World War.

Married S. 6, 1917, Elida R. Thompson, No. Brookfield.  Ch. Ruth; Hiram F.

Address, No. Brookfield, Mass.

3596. Bender, Elmer Wilkinson.  S. of Joseph J. and Elizabeth D. (Wilkinson), b. Pittsburgh, Penn., Aug. 23, 1871.  Beta Theta Pi.

Prepared Prep. Dept. Western U., Penn.  Western U., 1889-90.  Supt. and asst. manager Oxide Works, Pittsburgh, Penn., 1894-1906; manufacturer paints, 1901; Alberta, Canada, 1907-.

Married D. 9, 1896, Nanna H., da. of Dr. N. W. Brown, Pittsburgh, Penn.  Ch. Nathaniel B.; Edwin B.; ------.

Address, 1121 No. 6th St., Tacoma, Wash.

3597. *Brown, Allen Augustus.  S. of William H. and Frances (Clark), b. Chicago, Ill., Mch. 17, 1872.  Chi Phi.

Prepared Evanston (Ill.) H. S.; B. S.  Cashier advertising dept. Chicago Daily News, 1894-95; private sec. of Horace Morehead, Pittsburgh, Penn., 1895-96; sec. Board of Trade, Chicago, Ill., 1896-98; with Swift & Co., Chicago, 1898-1900; importer of and wholesale dealer in cutlery, Chicago, 1900-06; claim adjuster Western Electric Co., 1906-07.  D. Chicago, Ill., Aug. 13, 1907.

3598. Brown, Warren Day.  S. of William Reynolds (A. C. 1869) and Ellen W. (Babcock), b. Morrisania, N. Y., F. 5, 1873.  B. S., M. I. T., 1897.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Halsey School, N. Y. City.  Columbia School of Mines, 1894-95; M. I. T., 1895-97; with Edison Electric Illuminating Co., N. Y. City, 1897-98; electrical work Berlin and Paris, 1899-1900; electrical engineer N. Y. City and Erie, Penn., 1901-04; treasurer Mitchell Motor Co. of N. Y., 1905-12; Trans-Oceanic Films Inc., N. Y., 1912-17.  Co. A., 1st Reg. U. S. Vol. Engineers, 1898-99; Capt. Air Service U. S. Army, 1917-18.  Member Amer. Inst. of Electrical Engineers, 1900-07.

Married D. 28, 1909, Rose DuFrêne, N. Y. City.  Bro. Donald W. (A. C. 1899).

Address, 150 E. 52nd St., N. Y. City.

3599. Burnham, Edmund Alden.  S. of Rev. Michael (A. C. 1867) and Cassandra V. (Washburn), b. Fall River, May 3, 1872.  B. D., Hartford T. S., 1900; M. A., A. C., 1900; D. D., Syracuse, 1905.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Roxbury Latin School and Springfield H. S.  Teacher Smith Acad. of Washington U., St. Louis, Mo., 1894-97; also in charge English Dept., Eden T. S., St. Louis, Mo., 1896-97; student Hartford T. S., 1897-1900; organist and choir director 4th Cong. Ch., Hartford, Conn., 1898-99; ordained, N. 23, 1900; p. Cong. Ch., Stafford Springs, Conn., 1900-05; Plymouth Cong. Ch., Syracuse, N. Y., 1905-22; Winslow Cong. Ch., Taunton.  Trustee N. Y. State Home Miss. Soc.; director and moderator, 1917, of N. Y. Cong. Conference; member school board, Stafford Springs, Conn.  Four minute speaker; Vol. Chaplain Camp Dix, N. J., 1918.

Married D. 24, 1895, Ruth, da. of N. B. Thayer, St. Louis, Mo.  Ch. Randolph T.; Ruth; Robert F.

Address, 10 Harrison St., Taunton, Mass.

3600. Burt, George Franklin.  S. of George H. and Isabel A. (Upton), b. Cambridgeport, S. 5, 1866.  Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Theta Pi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Teacher, Amherst H. S., 1894; teacher of classics Riverview Military Acad., Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1895-96; Westerly (R. I.) H. S., 1896-1905; shoe manufacturer Lynn, 1905-08; substitute teacher Public Latin School, Boston, 1909-10; head of Commercial Dept. Cranston H. S., Auburn, R. I., 1910-.

Married Je. 26, 1899, Cornelia Marie, da. of Oscar Jansen, W. Plains, Mo.  Ch. Ruth U.; Eloise F.

Address, 266 Pontiac Ave., Auburn, R. I.

3601. Burt, Milo Cudworth.  S. of Alvin Miller and Electa (Cudworth), b. So. Hadley Falls, D. 6, 1872.  M. A. and Ph. D., Göttingen, 1898.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared So. Hadley Falls H. S.  Asst. in chemistry A. C., 1894-96; Göttingen Univ. Germany, 1896-98; instructor in chemistry A. C., 1898-99; prof. of chemistry Penn. Military Coll., Chester, Penn., 1899-1905; treasurer Taylor Burt Co., Holyoke, 1905-07; treasurer and vice-president Penn. Military Coll., 1910-16; director Research Laboratory, Atlas Powder Co., 1916-19; technical adviser Aetna Explosives Co., 1919-20; chemist, consulting and industrial research, firm of Burt & Hibbard, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn., 1920-.  Special work on munitions, World War.

Married D. 18, 1900, Theodora Eliot, da. of Charles E. Hyatt, Chester, Penn.  Ch. Charles C. (d.); Dorothy; Alvin M.

Address, 636 Water St., Bridgeport, Conn.

3602. Capen, Edward Warren.  S. of Samuel Billings and Helen Maria (Warren), b. Jamaica Plain, S. 24, 1870.  Ph. D., Columbia, 1904.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared English High and Public Latin Schools, Boston.  Hartford T. S., 1894-98; licensed to preach, Ap., 1897; Columbia, 1898-1901; lecturer on sociology Hartford T. S., 1901-04; research work for A. B. C. F. M., 1904-07; miss'y and sociological investigator in Orient, 1907-09; organizing sec., sec., dean and prof. of sociology, Kennedy School of Missions, Hartford Sem. Foundation, 1911-; ordained Cong. Minister, May 13, 1912.  Member Amer. Acad. Political and Social Science; Amer. Sociological Soc.; Amer. Econ. Assoc.; Nat. Conf. of Social Work; Amer. Institute of Social Service; fellow Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain.  Wrote Historical Development of the Poor-Law of Connecticut; Sociological Progress in Mission Lands; numerous missionary and sociological pamphlets.

Married O. 6, 1904, Lydia Elizabeth Sanderson, Cleveland, O.

Address, 146 Sargeant St., Hartford, Conn.

3603. Chase, William Bunton.  S. of Austin C. and Lavina A. (Bunton), b. Syracuse, N. Y., Jy. 25, 1872.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Syracuse (N. Y.) H. S.  Newspaper reporter and writer on music, with New York Evening Sun, 1896-1916; New York Times, 1916-.

Married 1907, Elizabeth Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y.  Ch. Ellen.  Bro. Aurin M. (A. C. 1896).

Address, The Times, N. Y. City.

3604. Cheney, Herman Stanley.  S. of Alpha Morse and Emma (Bradford), b. Southbridge, Aug. 13, 1870.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Manufacturer of spectacles and eye glasses Southbridge, 1894-1903; dairying and breeding pure bred Holstein-Freisian cattle, 1903-16; general agriculture Laurel Ledge Farms, Southbridge, 1916-.  Representative in Mass. Legislature, 1917-18.  Member Liberty Loan Committees.

Married Je. 22, 1897, Mabel E., da. of Francis L. Chapin, Southbridge.  Ch. Stanley M.; Marvin C.; Lawrence B.; Gilbert C.

Address, R. F. D. 1, Southbridge, Mass.

3605. *Cilley, Bradbury.  S. of Columbus and Agnes (Anderson), b. Colerain, O., Jan. 14, 1872.  M. A., Columbia, 1895.  Chi Psi.

Prepared Belmont Coll., College Hill, O.  Columbia School of Political Science, 1894-95; U. of Penn. M. S., 1895-97; r. Covina, Cal., 1897-.  D. Pasadena, Cal., O. 18, 1903.

3606. Clark, Frank Lowry.  S. of George Lowry and Ellen (Nichols), b. Ogden, N. Y., S. 24, 1869.  M. A., Harvard, 1899; Ph. D., Harvard, 1902.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Upsilon.

Prepared State Normal School, Brockport, N. Y.  Instructor in classics Baldwin U., Berea, O., 1894-97; U. of Munich, Germany, 1897-98; Harvard U., 1898-1901; prof. of Greek Washburn Coll., Kans., 1901-08; Miami U., O., 1908-.  Member Amer. Philological Assoc.; Classical Assoc. Middle West and South; councillor Archaeological Institute of America.  Contributor to new Platonic Lexicon.

Married Aug. 15, 1900, Natalie Lord Rice, Danvers.  Ch. Ransom B.

Address, 202 Tallawanda Rd., Oxford, Ohio.

3607. Clutia, Carleton Emory.  S. of Samuel P. and Kate (Borden), b. Amherst, F. 10, 1873.  Chi Phi.

Prepared Amherst H. S.; A. C., 1890-93; B. A., 1916.  With Underwriters' Assoc., N. Y. State, 1894-95; correspondence clerk Pope Mfg. Co., Hartford, Conn., 1896-1900; examiner with Norwich Union Fire Insurance Soc., N. Y. and special agent Cincinnati and Cleveland, O., 1900-06; state agent for Insurance Co. of North America, Ky. and Tenn., Louisville, Ky., 1906-08; asst. manager Western Dept., Providence-Washington Insurance Co. of Providence, R. I., Chicago, Ill., 1908-.  Member Dist. 5, Chicago Div. American Patriotic League.

Married Je. 4, 1906, Sarah Alice Tudor, Cincinnati, O.  Ch. Carleton E.  Bro. Harry H. (A. C. 1901).

Address, 5 Doane St., Boston.

3608. *Craig, Wheelock Tenney.  S. of Henry K. and Harriette R. (Tenney), b. Falmouth, F. 10, 1872.  Theta Delta Chi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  In hotel business Falmouth, 1894-1919.  Treasurer and supt. Falmouth Heights Water Co.  D. Falmouth, May 15, 1919.

Married D. 24, 1908, Nettie C., da. of Frank W. Browne, Uxbridge.

3609. Cushman, Stephen Percy.  S. of A. R. and Augusta M. (Smith), b. No. Amherst, S. 20, 1873.  LL. B., N. Y. L. S., 1896.  Chi Phi.

Prepared Amherst H. S.  Studied N. Y. L. S., 1894-96; admitted to bar, 1896; lawyer N. Y. City, 1896-1907; manufacturer Cushman, 1907-09; lawyer Boston, 1909-.

Married O. 14, 1903, Ruth Howard Powers, Providence, R. I.  Ch. David.

Address, 60 State St., Boston, Mass.

3610. Disbrow, Charles William.  S. of Charles I. and Susan (Peckins), b. Hoboken, N. J., Mch. 15, 1870.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Free Acad., Utica, N. Y.; Hamilton, 1889-91; A. C., 1892-94.  Teacher Flushing (N. Y.) H. S., 1894-95; tutored and traveled in U. S., 1895-96; Montclair Military Acad., N. J., 1896-98; tutor Cleveland, O., and traveled in U. S. and Europe, 1898-1901; teacher of history East H. S., Cleveland, O., 1901-14, 1915-17, 1918-; tutored in Adirondacks, 1914-15; vocational work Board of Education Building, Cleveland, O., 1917-18; special teacher East H. S., 1920-, also owner Charles W. Disbrow Co., educational motion picture equipment and films, Cleveland, O.  Assoc. federal state director U. S. Boys' Working Reserve, Ohio, of U. S. Employment Service, World War.

Address, Univ. Club, Cleveland, Ohio.

3611. Emerson, Charles Phillips.  S. of Jacob and Josephine (Davis), b. Methuen, S. 4, 1872.  M. D., Johns Hopkins, 1899.  Phi Beta Kappa; Chi Psi.

Prepared Methuen H. S.  Instructor in mathematics Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1894-95; Johns Hopkins M. S., 1895-99; physician Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1899-1900; 2nd asst. resident physician Johns Hopkins Hospital and instructor Johns Hopkins M. S., 1900-.

Address, 602 Hume Mansure Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind.

3612. Evans, Edward Russell.  S. of Edward V. R. and Emma (Baldwin), b. Chelsea, Ap. 27, 1871.  B. D., Yale, 1899; M. A., A. C., 1901.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Boston Latin School.  Prin. Amherst H. S., 1894-95; student in psychology, A. C., 1895-96; Yale D. S., 1896-99; ordained May 31, 1899; p. Redding, Conn., 1899-1903; Rochester, N. Y., 1903-; Gloversville, N. Y.; 1st Cong. Ch., Pawtucket, R. I.  Four minute speaker, World War.

Married Jy. 7, 1905, Marion Eliza Selleck, Redding, Conn.  Ch. Edward S.

Address, Box 46, Pawtucket, R. I.

3613. Fiske, George Francis.  S. of Charles Francis and Mary (Nye), b. Medfield, Je. 11, 1872.  Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Theta Pi.

Prepared Hyde Park H. S.; Boston U., 1890-91; A. C., 1891-94.  Teacher Washington, Penn., 1894; in business Boston, 1895; teacher Manchester, Vt., 1895-96; Westminster, 1896; Winchester, 1896-98; Wallingford, Conn., 1899-; Hyde Park, 1901-; Roxbury Latin School; prin. Noble and Greenough School, Boston.  Member Executive Com. in charge of war funds in Boston schools, World War.  Member N. E. Assoc. Schools and Colleges; Modern Language Assoc.; N. E. Classical Assoc.; Private School Assoc.; Collaborator in revising German and Latin textbooks.

Married Aug. 26, 1903, Maude Hall, Wallingford, Conn.

Address, Noble and Greenough School, Dedham, Mass.

3614. Flightner, Frederic Appleton.  S. of George Frederick (A. C. 1867) and Julia Edwards (Appleton) [Flichtner], b. Newark, N. J., Ap. 30, 1873.  M. A., Columbia, 1895.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared School for Boys, Englewood, N. J.  Teacher same school, 1894-95; also student Columbia, 1894-95; techer of Latin St. Mark's School, Southboro, 1895-.  Member Southboro school com., 1908-17, chairman, 1917-.  With New England Div. of Red Cross, 1918.  Bro. Stanwood E. Flitner (A. C. 1900).

Address, St. Mark's School, Southboro, Mass.

3615. *Ford, Howard Irving.  S. of Rev. David Barnes and Lavinia (Sherman), b. Norwell, Aug. 19, 1871.  Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Theta Pi.

Prepared Thayer Acad., So. Braintree.  Instructor in mathematics Phillips Acad., Andover, 1894-95; of English, 1895-96, and 1898-1902; ill health, 1896-98; with Ginn & Co., book-publishers, N. Y. branch, 1902-03; traveled in the South, 1903-04.  D. El Paso, Tex., F. 21, 1904.

3616. Goodale, Salem Wales.  S. of Alvin Bannister (A. C. 1858) and Mary E. (Linsley), b. Marshaltown, Ia., S. 15, 1871.  M. D., Coll. of Phys. and Surg., San Francisco, Cal., 1901.

Prepared Lake Forest Coll., Ill.; A. C., 1892-94; B. A., 1925.  Teacher of mathematics Peekskill Mil. Acad., N. Y., 1895-96; Occidental Coll., Los Angeles, Cal., 1896-97; student Coll. of Phys. and Surg., San Francisco, Cal., 189(?)-1901; physician Reno, Nev., 1901-.

Address, 312 Flood Bldg., San Francisco, Cal.

3617. Goodell, George Arthur.  S. of George A. and Addie M. (Adams), b. Westminster, Vt., S. 16, 1871.  M. A., Columbia, 1898.  Phi Delta Theta.

Prepared Vermont Acad., Saxton's River, Vt.  Teacher, 1894-95, and prin. Deerfield Acad., 1895-97; instructor in chemistry Columbia, 1898-1904; Wellesley, 1904-10; supt. Henry Woods Sons Co., Wellesley, 1908-12; supt. dry color dept., Sherwin Williams Co., Chicago, Ill., 1912-20; gen. manager Kentucky Color and Chemical Co., Louisville, Ky., 1920-.  Local chairman Liberty Loan Campaign, World War.  Wrote Volumetric Determination of Lead; Houshold Chemistry (with H. T. Vulti).

Married Je. 22, 1898, Alice Maud, da. of Charles E. Williams, Deerfield.  Ch. Helen M.; Katharine M.; Molly E.

Address, Kentucky Color and Chemical Co., 34th & Tyler Ave., Louisville, Ky.

3618. Hall, Walter Gayton.  S. of Gayton Montgomery and Maria (Dexter), b. Dracut, F. 16, 1872.  Beta Theta Pi.

Prepared Pinkerton Acad., Derry, N. H.  B. S.  Sales agent, O.; N. Y.; N. H.; Mass.; Lowell, 1901-06; N. Y. City, 1907-.

Married Marie Frances King, Boston.

Address, 134 North St., Medford Hillside, Mass.

3619. Harrison, William Junot.  S. of George S. and Fannie L. (Van Syckle), b. Oxford, N. J., S. 29, 1871.  LL. B., Kent L. S., 1896.  Beta Theta Pi.

Prepared Hopkins Grammar School.  Kent L. S., 1894-96; lawyer Chicago, Ill., 1896-1908; retired, 1908-.

Address, 91 Cedar St., St. Augustine, Fla.

3620. Haskell, Harris Bigelow.  S. of Rev. William H. and Ellen M. (Cary), b. W. Falmouth, Me., Jan. 21, 1874.  M. D., Harvard, 1901.  Theta Delta Chi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Teacher Nichols Acad., Dudley, 1894-95; with Crescent Athletic Club, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1895-96; Harvard M. S., 1896-99; physician City Hospital Boston, 1899-1900; Amherst, 1901-; Auburndale; Seattle, Wash.  Contract Surgeon, 1st Lieut., Tuberculosis Board, Camp Lewis, Wash.

Married Je. 24, 1903, Bertha Lombert Marston, Lawrence.  Ch. Mary A.  Bro. Nelson C. (A. C. 1887).

Address, 702 Cobb Bldg., Seattle, Wash.

3621. Hayes, Harold Fayette.  S. of M. D. L. and Mary E. (Perkins), b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 25, 1872.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Free Acad., Rochester, N. Y.; A. C., 1892-94.  In business with father, gen. agent N. W. Mutual Life Insurance Co., Rochester, N. Y., 1894-; life insurance and investments.

Married O. 28, 1916, Alice Elizabeth Perkins, Williamsport, Penn.  Ch. Harold P.

Address, 323 Cutler Bldg., Rochester, N. Y.

3622. Hayward, Frederick Downing.  S. of Charles Warren and Eliza R. (Downing), b. Andover, Aug. 28, 1870.  Theta Delta Chi.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Teacher Mt. Doma School for Girls, Amherst, 1894-95; W. Stockbridge H. S., 1895-98; Terryville, Conn., 1898-1900; Dow Acad. Franconia, N. H., 1900-02; Newport, N. H., 1902-; Brattleboro, Vt., 190(?)-08; student Harvard D. S. and Andover T. S., 1908-09; p. Cong. Ch., Mason, N. H.; Westminster, Vt.; Ticonderoga, N. Y.; a. p. s. Epping, N. H., 1919-.

Married O. 10, 1898, Mary Elizabeth, da. of Ira M. Curtis, W. Stockbridge.

Address, 23 Central St., Methuen, Mass.

3623. Herrick, Frederick Cowles.  S. of Dr. Henry and Mary (Brooks), b. Cleveland, O., O. 31, 1871.  M. D., Western Reserve, 1897.  Delta Tau Delta.

Prepared Central H. S., Cleveland, O.  Wooster U., 1890-92; A. C., 1892-94.  Studied Western Reserve M. S., 1894-97; U. of Göttingen, Germany, 1899-1900; physician and surgeon, Cleveland, O., 1899-; student London General Hospital, M. S., England, 1905-06; visiting surgeon Cleveland City Hospital, 1913-; asst. visiting surg., St. Vincent's Charity Hospital, 1908-; assoc. in surgery Western Reserve M. S.  Major M. C., Base Hospital Camp Grant, Rockford, Ill. and Fort Des Moines, Ia., 1918; Base Hospital 83, and Evacuation Hospital 6, France, 1918-19; commissioned Lt. Col., M. R. C.  Fellow Amer. Med. Assoc.; Amer. Coll. of Surg.; Amer. Urological Soc.

Married Jy. 22, 1908, Annie Bayard Crowell, Cleveland, O.  Ch. Henry C.; Frederick C.; Bayard B.; Anne F.

Address, 2211 Harcourt Drive, Cleveland, Ohio.

3624. *Hinsdale, Roy Seymour.  S. of Ira C. and Marion F. (Seymour), b. Alexandria, La., F. 26, 1872.  M. D., Columbia, 1898.  Chi Phi.

Prepared Ives Sem., Antwerp, N. Y.  Columbia M. S., 1894-98; physician N. Y. City, 1898-1918, specializing in diseases of the throat, nose and ear, and asst. surgeon at Vanderbilt Clinic, N. Y. City.  D. Hamilton, Bermuda, Ap. 27, 1925.

Married O. 10, 1924, Julia L. Smith, N. Y. City.

3625. Howe, Walter Clarke.  S. of Elijah (A. C. 1849) and Julia A. (Hunt), b. Dedham, Je. 21, 1872.  M. D., Harvard, 1898; M. A., A. C., 1899.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Dedham H. S. and Phillips Acad., Andover.  Harvard M. S., 1894-98; house surgeon Children's Hospital Boston, 1898-99; Boston City Hospital, 1899-1901; house physician Boston Lying-In-Hospital, 1901-02; in Europe, 1902; on surgical visiting staff Boston City Hospital, 1903-17; surgeon Boston, 1903-.  Visiting surgeon Boston Dispensary; sec. Grad. School of Med., Harvard, several yrs.; fellow Amer. Coll. of Surgeons.

Married F. 26, 1906, Amelia Maria, da. of Frederick D. Ely, Dedham.  Ch. Frederick E.; Emily.

Address, 303 Beacon St., Boston, Mass.

3626. Howes, Albert Worcester.  S. of Elisha B. and Mary (Hawks), b. Ashfield, Mch. 3, 1866.  Theta Delta Chi.

Prepared Northampton H. S.  Andover T. S., 1894-97; ordained Mch. 2, 1898; p. Fitzwilliam, N. H., 1897-.

Married N. 10, 1897, Lilly, da. of Elijah Chase, Florence.  Ch. Carroll V. (A. C. 1922).

Address, Fitzwilliam, N. H.

3627. Hyde, Benjamin Dwight.  S. of Henry Dwight (A. C. 1861) and Luvan A. (Charles), b. Boston, N. 24, 1869.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Hopkinson's Private School, Boston.  Harvard L. S., 1894-97; admitted to bar, 1898; lawyer Boston, 1898-.

Address, 50 Congress St., Boston, Mass.

3628. Johnston, William Sanders.  S. of William M. and Lizzie (Sanders), b. Chicago, Ill., May 12, 1871.  LL. B., Northwestern, 1896; Kent Coll. of Law, 1897.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared West Division H. S., Chicago, Ill.  Northwestern L. S., 1894-96; Kent Coll. of Law, Chicago, Ill., 1896-97; lawyer Chicago, Ill., 1897-, member of firm William M. and William S. Johnston, Chicago.  Trustee Chicago Law Institute, 1911-, president, 1917-; village atty., River Forest, Ill., 1917-.  Member four Liberty Loan drives, Y. M. C. A., Red Cross, Allied War Work drives; associate counsel Legal Advisory Board, Maywood, Ill.  Bro. John A. (A. C. 1897).

Address, Rm. 505, 25 No. Dearborn St., Chicago, Ill.

3629. Keep, Wallace Huntington.  S. of John Haskell and Isabella H. (Dickinson), b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Je. 4, 1871.  Chi Phi.

Prepared Free Acad., Norwich, Conn.  Salesman Boston, 1894-98; in Europe, 1898-1900; proprietor of bookstore Boston, 1900-05; railroad service and travel in U. S., 1905-15; salesman Chicago, Ill., 1915-17; general farming and fruit raising Traverse City, Mich., 1917-.

Married Jan. 9, 1915, Iva Stewart, Saginaw, Mich.  Bro. Austin B. (A. C. 1897); Clifford H. (A. C. 1904).

Address, Route 1, Box 20, Traverse City, Mich.

3630. Kidder, Daniel Pancoast.  S. of Henry M. and Sarah C. (Ravenhill), b. Evanston, Ill., Aug. 25, 1873.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Evanston (Ill.) H. S.  Inspector Mutual Life Insurance Co. of N. Y., N. Y. City, 1895-99; treasurer Chicago office, 1899-1900; agent Topeka, Kans., 1901-; Syracuse, N. Y.; manager of Albany agency, N. Y.

Married S. 10, 1921, Frances Abbott, da. of William Backus Kibbee, Loudonville, N. Y.

Address, 100 State St., Albany, N. Y.

3631. Landis, Henry Robert Murray.  S. of Dr. Henry Gardner and Elizabeth (Haffey), b. Niles, O., F. 3, 1872.  M. D., Jefferson Med. Coll., 1897.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Columbus Latin School, O.  U. of Penn. M. S., 1894-97; physician Hahnemann Hospital Philadelphia, Penn., 1897-98; Philadelphia Hospital, 1898-99; Philadelphia, Penn., 1899-; asst. prof. of medicine U. of Penn. M. S.; director of Clinical and Sociological Depts. of Henry Phipps Institute.  Contract surgeon, 1917-18; president Tuberculosis Examining Board, Camp Dix, N. J.  Member Assoc. of Amer. Physicians; Nat. Tuberculosis Assoc.; Amer. Climatological and Clinical Assoc.  Wrote Diseases of the Chest.

Married Ap. 2, 1902, Margaret Tucker, Philadelphia, Penn.

Address, 2000 Pine St., Philadelphia, Penn.

3632. Loud, Halah Harden.  S. of Charles H. and Emeline M. (Harden), b. Abington, Jy. 30, 1865.  S. T. B., Andover T. S., 1899.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Pinkerton Acad., Derry, N. H.  Andover T. S., 1894-97; s. s. Montvale Cong. Ch., Woburn, 1895-96; licensed to preach, May, 1896; ordained D. 16, 1897; p. Cong. Ch., E. Taunton, 1897-1904; Lead, S. Dak., 1904-07; Lynnfield, 1907-13; Hampstead, N. H., 1913-17; Wilmington, 1917-20; Hopkinton, 1920-.  Trustee Hampstead (N. H.) H. S., 1913-17, president of board 2 yrs.

Married Jan. 14, 1901, Julia, da. of David Dean, E. Taunton.  Ch. Emeline; Margaret; Richard W.

Address, Church St., Hopkinton, Mass.

3633. Lyman, Eugene William.  S. of Darwin E. and Julia S. (Stevens), b. Cummington, Ap. 4, 1872.  B. D., Yale, 1899; M. A., A. C., 1903; D. D. Bowdoin, 1906; D. D., Yale, 1912; D. D., A. C., 1914.  Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Upsilon.

Prepared with private tutors.  Teacher of Latin Williston Sem., 1894-95; Lawrenceville School, N. J., 1895-97; student Yale D. S., 1896-99; Hooker Fellow of Yale, student in Halle, Berlin and Marburg Univs., 1899-1901; ordained Cummington, Aug. 15, 1901; prof. of philosophy Carleton Coll., Minn., 1901-04; of systematic theology and philosophy of religion, Cong. Coll. of Canada, 1904-05; Bangor T. S., 1905-13; student Heidelberg, Jena, and Paris, 1911-12; prof. of Philosophy of Religion and Christian Ethics, Oberlin Grad. School of Theology, 1913-18; Union T. S., 1918-.  Chairman Armenian and Syrian Relief Committee, Oberlin, O., 1918.  Member Theological Soc.; Amer. Philosophical Assoc.  Wrote Theology and Human Problems; The God of the New Age; The Experience of God in Modern Life, numerous articles.

Married Je. 1, 1899, Bertha Burton Thayer, Hatfield.  Ch. Charles E.; Laura F.

Address, Union T. S., Broadway and 120th St., N. Y. City.

3634. McAllister, Fred Danforth.  S. of Dr. John Gilman and Almeda N. (Tirrell), b. Lawrence, O. 2, 1872.  M. D., Harvard, 1898.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Lawrence H. S.  Harvard M. S., 1894-98; Worcester City Hospital, 1898-99; physician Lawrence, 1899-; visiting physician Lawrence Gen. Hospital.

Address, 301 Essex St., Lawrence, Mass.

3635. MacInnes, James Camelford.  S. of William and Anna (Camelford), b. Paisley, Scotland, D. 3, 1865.

Prepared Bucknell Acad.; A. C., 1891-94.  Teacher of Eng. literature John B. Stetson U., Fla., 1894-95; student U. of Chicago, 1895-96; Chicago T. S., 1896-97; a. p. 1st Cong. Ch., Benicia, Cal., 1897-99; ordained, 1899; p. Maplewood, Chicago, Ill., 1899-1900; grad. student Yale D. S., 1900-01; p. Cheney, Conn.; Goldendale, Wash., 1906; White Salmon, Wash., 1907.

Address, Suite 432, Chamber of Commerce, Portland, Ore.

3636. Mitchell, Mark Dearborn.  S. of John Lamb and Harriet A. (Raymond), b. Franklin, Penn., Ap. 15, 1871.  LL. B., N. Y. L. S., 1897.  Delta Upsilon.

Prepared Franklin (Penn.) H. S.; B. S.  N. Y. L. S., 1894-96; admitted to N. Y. bar, 1896; Penn. bar, 1897; lawyer N. Y. City, 1897-98; Franklin, Penn., 1898-1901; insurance business, 1897-1907; production of crude petroleum, 1898-.  Member city council and school board Franklin, Penn.

Married N. 29, 1900, Margaret Campbell, da. of Rev. T. E. Brown, Franklin, Penn.  Ch. Jane.

Address, Independence, Kans.

3637. *Moore, Benjamin J.  S. of William Henry and Martha Elizabeth (Stahl), b. Bellevue, O., Jan. 12, 1872.

Prepared Bellevue (O.) H. S., and Oberlin Acad., O.; Oberlin Coll., 1890-92; A. C., 1892-94.  In fire insurance and real estate business Toledo, O., 1894-1900; dealer in oil Toledo, O., 1900.  D. Toledo, O., N. 28, 1900.

Married Je. 22, 1897, Ethel M., da. of Rev. D. M. Fiske, St. Louis, Mo.

3638. Noyes, Henry Taylor.  S. of Henry Taylor and Lucinda (Chamberlain), b. Seneca Falls, N. Y., Jy. 28, 1873.  Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Free Acad., Rochester, N. Y.; U. of Rochester, 1891-92; A. C., 1892-95; B. A., 1895.  Private sec. to father, 1895-96; sec., treasurer and director German-American Button Co., Rochester, N. Y., 1901-; treasurer and gen. manager of Art in Buttons, Inc., Rochester, N. Y.  Organized and helped conduct U. S. War Emergency Courses on Employment Management and assisted U. S. Labor Dept. with its Employment Service and its Training and Dilution Service, 1918.  Member The Taylor Society; Amer. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers.

Address, c/o Art in Buttons, Inc., Rochester, N. Y.

3639. *Noyes, Howard.  S. of Henry Durant and Maria H. (Willett), b. Boston, May 2, 1870.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Roxbury Latin School.  With Ball Bearing Co., Fitchburg, 1894-96; in his father's bookstore Boston, 1896-99.  D. Hyde Park, D. 22, 1901.

3640. Pitman, Francis Carter.  S. of Robert and Francis R. (Thomas), b. New Bedford, O. 22, 1872.

Prepared Newton H. S.  Boston U. L. S.; church organist Newton.

Address, 14 Peabody St., Newton, Mass.

3641. Putnam, Ralph Buttrick.  S. of Rev. Alfred P. and Eliza K. (Buttrick), b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 13, 1873.  LL. B., N. Y. L. S., 1901.  Theta Delta Chi.

Prepared Polytechnic Institute Brooklyn, N. Y. and Concord H. S.; B. S.  Teacher Cutler School, N. Y. City, 1894-98; student of law and teacher, N. Y. City, 1898-1901; teacher N. Y. City, 1901-04; lawyer Salem, 1904-16; teacher Phoenix, Ariz., 1916-18; teacher of Latin and commercial law East Denver (Col.) H. S., 1918-.  Member Salem Common Council.

Address, 1837 Grant St., Denver, Col.

3642. Rice, Austin.  S. of Rev. Charles Baker and Claire Austin (Lord), b. Danvers, S. 25, 1871.  B. D., Yale, 1897; M. A., A. C., 1903; D. D., Whitman, 1919.  Phi Beta Kappa; Theta Delta Chi.

Prepared Danvers and Salem High Schools.  Yale D. S., 1894-97; ordained, S., 1897; p. 1st Cong. Church Forest Grove, Ore., 1897-98; Walla Walla, Wash., 1898-1907; Wakefield, 1907-.  Member Mass. Board of Ministerial Aid.

Married Jy. 19, 1899, Laura Agnes, da. of Darwin E. Lyman, Cummington.

Address, 7 Salem St., Wakefield, Mass.

3643. Russell, Charles Cotesworth.  S. of Charles Pinckney and Lucia (Whitman), b. Brooklyn, N. Y., S. 13, 1871.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Greenfield H. S.  With The Wiley & Russell Mfg. Co., mfrs. of tools, Greenfield, 1894-.

Married O. 10, 1907, Mary Elizabeth O'Hara, Greenfield.

Address, Russell Mfg. Co., Greenfield, Mass.

3644. Schmuck, Percival.  S. of Henry M. and Amanda (Reid), b. Hanover, Penn., Mch. 29, 1871.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  With The Horace Partridge Co., Boston, 1894; The Davis Sewing Machine Co., Boston, 1895-96; Library Bureau Boston and N. Y. City, 1897-; Derby Desk Co., N. Y. City; Gunn, Richards & Co., N. Y. City; retired.  Member Red Cross and Liberty Loan drives, World War.

Married (1) 1902, Mary Campbell, Mount Vernon, N. Y., who d. Ap. 22, 1903; (2) Ap. 27, 1907, Mrs. Gertrude Fiske Armstrong, Mount Vernon, N. Y. (d.).  Ch. Mary E.; Barbara.

Address, 26 Forster Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y.

3645. Seymour, Charles Oakes.  S. of Frederick (A. C. 1867) and Cornelia (Clark), b. Peekskill, N. Y., Ap. 26, 1872.

Prepared Watertown (N. Y.) H. S.  Clerk N. Y. City, 1899-; with International Paper Co. of N. Y., London, Eng.; Remington, Martin Paper Mills, Norfolk, N. Y., 1907.

Address, So. Clinchfield, Russell Co., Va.

3646. Smith, Edgar Burr.  S. of Eri R. and Leonora E. (Brown), b. Brattleboro, Vt., N. 24, 1870.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Brattleboro (Vt.) H. S.  Submaster Mr. Leal's School for Boys, Plainfield, N. J., 1894-1905; prin. Brattleboro (Vt.) H. S., 1905-18; Greenfield, 1918-.

Married Je. 27, 1895, Jane, da. of Sidney A. Morse, Brattleboro, Vt.  Ch. Janette L.; Richard B.

Address, 120 High St., Greenfield, Mass.

3647. *Smith, George Freeman.  S. of Dwight R. and Mary L. (Avery), b. Springfield, Jy. 17, 1870.

Prepared Springfield H. S.; B. S.  Agent Mass. Mutual Life Insurance Co., Springfield, 1895-96; with Library Bureau, N. Y. and Boston, 1896-97.  D. Block Island, R. I., Aug. 1, 1897.

3648. *Smith, Harwood Bigelow.  S. of Joshua S. and Elizabeth H. (Bigelow), b. E. Abington, F. 8, 1872.  Phi Delta Theta.

Prepared Rockland H. S.  Tutor Ellenville, N. Y., 1894-95; assoc. ed. Standard, Rockland, 1895-1900; on staff of New York Tribune, 1900-15; N. Y. Times, 1915-18.  Sec. Mass. Press Assoc., 1896-; member Rockland school committee, 1897-, chairman of board, 1899.  D. Newark, N. J., S. 20, 1918.

Married Ap. 26, 1899, Edith M., da. of John F. Jacobus, Newark, N. J.  Ch. Gertrude J.; Harwood B.; Frederick W. (d.); Edith B.

3649. Smith, Luther Ely.  S. of Luther Rominer (A. C. 1859) and Adaline (Ely), b. Downer's Grove, Ill., Je. 11, 1873.  LL. B., Washington U., 1897.  Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Williston Sem.  Teacher of English Smith Acad., Washington U., St. Louis, Mo., 1894-98; Washington U. L. S., 1895-97; admitted to bar, Je., 1897; lawyer St. Louis, Mo., 1899-, member of firm Smith & Pearcy.  Lecturer on contracts St. Louis U. L. S., 1908-13.  Lieut. 3rd U. S. Vol. Engineers, U. S. A., 1898-99.

Married N. 17, 1909, SaLees Kennard, St. Louis, Mo.  Ch. Adeline E.; Luther E.; SaLees K.

Address, 1723 Pierce Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.

3650. Snell, Bertrand Hollis.  S. of Hollis and Flora E. (Kimball), b. Colton, N. Y., D. 9, 1870.  Beta Theta Pi.

Prepared State Normal School, Potsdam, N. Y.  Bookkeeper, sec. and manager Racquette River Paper Co., Potsdam, N. Y., 1894-; proprietor Snell Power Plant, Higley Falls, N. Y.; president and manager Phenix Cheese Co., N. Y. City; president Northwood Mfg. Co.; St. Lawrence County Nat. Bank; trustee Potsdam Savings, Loan and Bldg. Assoc.; president board of trustees and treasurer Clarkson Memorial Coll., Potsdam, N. Y.  Member local board Potsdam Normal School; member 64th-69th Cong; 31st N. Y. Dist, 1915-.

Married Je. 3, 1903, Sara Louise Merrick, Gouverneur, N. Y.  Ch. Helen L.; Sara L.

Address, 2400 16th St., Washington, D. C.

3651. Spooner, William Silas.  S. of Silas D. and Phebe Hildreth (Howland), b. Franconia, N. H., Mch. 17, 1866.

Prepared Dow Acad., Franconia, N. H.  Chicago T. S., 1895-97; proprietor Sugar Hill House, Sugar Hill, N. H., 1898-; farmer Brimfield.  Member Brimfield school board.

Married May 12, 1897, Almira Lillian Farr, Littleton, N. H.  Ch. Ethel E.; William D.; Edward H.; Raymond H.; Lawrence W.

Address, Brimfield, Mass.

3652. Stearns, Alfred Ernest.  S. of William French and Mary Emeline (Kittredge), b. Orange, N. J., Je. 6, 1871.  S. T. D., Andover T. S., 1900; M. A., A. C., 1902; M. A., Yale, 1905; Litt. D., Dartmouth, 1912; L. H. D., A. C., 1915; L. H. D., Williams, 1921.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  Teacher The Hill School, Pottstown, Penn., 1894-97; Andover T. S., 1897-1900; registrar and teacher of history and elocution Phillips Acad., Andover, 1900-02, vice-prin., 1902-03; prin., 1903-.  Member Andover School Committee; clerk of trustees Andover Savings Bank.  Member local Public Safety Com.; chairman New England College and School Division of United War Work Drive.  Member Amer. Hist. Assoc.  Wrote The Challenge of Youth.

Married Aug. 30, 1900, Kate Belle, da. of Charles P. Deane, Springfield.  Ch. Alfred; Charles D.; Marjorie.  Bro. William K. (A. C. ex 1882); Harold (A. C. ex 1885); Arthur (A. C. 1888).

Address, Phillips Acad., Andover, Mass.

3653. *Stedman, Edward Hemenway.  S. of Dr. Joseph and Margaret (Stevens), b. Jamaica Plain, Mch. 9, 1870.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Boston Latin School.  Teacher Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1894-95; Harvard M. S., 1895-97; with Travelers' Insurance Co., N. Y. City, 1897-; Penn. Mutual Co.  D. Morris Plains, N. J., Jy. 21, 1915.

Married Aug. 21, 1904, Florence E., da. of Robert Smith, San Francisco, Cal.  Ch. Elizabeth M.; Jean.

3654. Stone, Harlan Fiske.  S. of Fred L. and Ann S. (Butler), b. Chesterfield, N. H., O. 11, 1872.  LL. B., Columbia, 1898; M. A., A. C., 1900; LL. D., A. C., 1913; Yale, 1924; Columbia, 1925; Williams, 1925.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Amherst H. S.; B. S.  Submaster Newburgh (N. Y.) H. S., 1894-95; instructor in history Adelphi Acad., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1895-96; Columbia L. S., 1895-98; admitted to N. Y. bar, 1898; lawyer N. Y. City, 1898-; member of firm Satterlee, Sullivan & Stone; later member of firm Sullivan & Cromwell; lecturer on law Columbia L. S., 1899-1902; prof., 1902-05; dean, 1910-23. U. S. Attorney General, 1924-25; Associate Justice U. S. Supreme Court, 1925-.  Director Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line R. R. Co.  President Assoc. Amer. Law Schools; member Amer. Bar Assoc.  Wrote for legal publications.

Married S. 8, 1899, Agnes E. Harvey, Chesterfield, N. H.  Ch. Marshall H.; Lauson H.  (Portrait in possession of A. C.)

Address, 2400 16th St., Washington, D. C.

3655. Streeter, Arthur Hallock.  S. of Charles Cotton and Sarah (Hallock), b. Cummington, O. 19, 1865.  V. M. D., U. of Penn., 1897.

Prepared Wilbraham Acad.  U. of Penn. Veterinary Dept., 1894-97; stock-raiser, veterinarian and farmer Cummington, 1897-.

Married O. 9, 1900, Ada E., da. of Philander P. Lyman, Cummington.  Ch. Margaret A. (d.); Arthur L. (A. C. 1925); Sarah H.; May E.; Charles E.; Isabel A.

Address, R. F. D. 1, Cummington, Mass.

3656. *Tucker, Warren Wetherbee.  S. of Thomas Wetherbee and Elizabeth L. (Bell), b. Jamaica Plain, Jan. 23, 1868.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Berkeley School, Boston.  With Boston Machine Co., Lowell, 1894-96; Fireman's Fire Insurance Co., Boston, 1897-98; in brokers' offices Boston; vice-president Old Colony Securities Co., Boston.  D. Jamaica Plain, Ap. 7, 1921.

Married (1) Jy. 9, 1903, Isabel, da. of Dr. Edwin J. Thompson, Lynn, who d. D. 28, 1915; (2) Je. 26, 1919, Josephine Wilson, da. of Joseph Secor, Woodstock, Ont.  Ch. Warren W.

3657. Tuttle, Joseph Henry.  S. of Joseph and Eleanor (Leep), b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Aug. 2, 1866.  LL. B., N. Y. U. L. S., 1896.

Prepared Allegheny Coll., Meadville, Penn.  N. Y. U. L. S., 1894-96; admitted to bar, Je., 1896; lawyer N. Y. City, 1896-.

Married Jy. 8, 1912, Josephine Chambers, Trenton, N. J.

Address, 662 Park Pl., Brooklyn, N. Y.

3658. Tyler, Albert Bell.  S. of Morris H. and Mary A. (Bryant), b. Southboro, Je. 9, 1869.  M. A., A. C., 1901; S. T. B., Boston U., 1906.  Phi Beta Kappa.

Prepared Kimball Union Acad., Meriden, N. H.  H. S. teacher, 1894-98; in business Amherst, 1898-99; licensed to preach, Jan., 1899; p. M. E. Ch. Southwick, 1899-; Charlemont, 1900-; Byfield; W. Quincy; Wilbraham; Malden.  Member Bd. of Examiners, N. E. Annual Conf. of M. E. Church, 10 yrs.; sec.

Married Je. 28, 1894, Mary Louise, da. of W. J. Harris, Amherst.  Ch. Helen M.; Olive M.; Miriam E.

Address, 15 Fairmont St., Malden, Mass.

3659. Weeks, Nathan Henry.  S. of Henry W. and Frances E. (Fish), b. Dedham, S. 12, 1872.  Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Theta.

Prepared Dedham H. S.  Hartford T. S., 1894-97; director of boys' work Chicago Commons Settlement, Chicago, Ill., 1897-1900; p. Fairport, Ia., 1900-01; head resident Roadside Settlement, Des Moines, Ia., 1901-03; teacher of social science West H. S., Des Moines, Ia., 1903-18; director Extension Dept. Public School, Des Moines, Ia., 1919-.  Y. M. C. A. athletic director, Dinard, France, 1918-19.

Married Je. 20, 1900, Alice Bennett, da. of Payne K. Cogswell, Butler, Ind.  Ch. Elizabeth C.; William C.; Katharine L.; John K.

Address, Indianola Rd., Des Moines, Ia.

3660. Whitcomb, Harry Estabrook.  S. of George Henry (A. C. 1864) and Abbie (Estabrook), b. Worcester, Aug. 18, 1871.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Worcester H. S. and Oberlin Coll.  Division manager U. S. Envelope Co., Worcester, 1894-1910; treasurer Enterprise Transportation Co., 1910-12; director Merchants Nat. Bank, 1905-11; vice-president and director No. Brookfield Nat. Bank; president Eastern Tire Supply Co., Worcester; director Affa Specialty Co., Worcester; Stack Heater Co., Boston.  Director Worcester Hist. Soc.; Worcester Nat. Hist. Soc.; dist. chairman Republican Finance Committee, 1919-20.  Member Co. H, 18th Regt. Mass. State Guard; county chairman Liberty Loan, United War Work, Red Cross, Y. M. C. A. drive; vice chairman Worcester chapter Red Cross; chairman Red Cross Lodge, soldiers sanitarium, Sterling.

Married Je. 20, 1895, Gertrude Eloise, da. of Rev. George T. Dowling, Pasadena, Cal.  Ch. Henry D. (A. C. ex 1919); Douglas (A. C. 1921); George F.  Bro. David (A. C. 1900); Ernest M. (A. C. 1904).

Address 6 Harvard St., Worcester, Mass.


Coler, Francis Walter.  S. of William Nichols and Cordelia (Sim), b. Urbana, Ill., Aug. 22, 1869.  Ph. D., Halle U., Germany.  Prepared with S. B. Jones, Bridgeport, Conn.; A. C., 1893.  Admitted to Ill. bar, 1891; member of firm W. W. Coler & Co., N. Y. City, 1895-99; lawyer Seattle, Wash., 1899-.  Address, unknown.
Eldridge, Edward Henry.  S. of David and Elizabeth (Henry), b. Philadelphia, Penn., F. 8, 1869.  B. A., Temple U., 1900; M. A., 1903; Ph. D., Temple U., 1907.  Delta Upsilon.  Prepared Central H. S., Philadelphia, Penn.; A. C., 1892-93.  Sec. to Rev. Russell H. Conwell, The Bapt. Temple, Philadelphia, 1895-1900; also instructor and prof. of psychology, Temple U., Philadelphia, Penn., 1895-1900; director School of Business, Temple Univ., 1900-02; director School of Secretarial Studies, Simmons Coll., 1902-.  President Eastern Commercial Teachers' Assoc.; sec. and treasurer Nat. Shorthand Reporters Assoc.  Wrote Hypnotism; Shorthand Dictation Exercises; Expert Typewriting; Business Speller.  Address, Simmons Coll., Boston, Mass.
Fletcher, Francis Richmond.  S. of William Isaac (A. C. hon. 1884) and Annie Lebaron (Richmond), b. Waterbury, Conn., Jy. 22, 1872.  Delta Upsilon.  Prepared Amherst H. S.; A. C., 1890.  With Boston Book Co., 1891-94; special service dept., Library Bureau Boston, 1894-1910; president Cutter, Fletcher & Co., Inc., accountants, engineers, Boston, 1910-17; member firm Scovell, Wellington & Co., accountants and industrial engineers, Boston, 1917-.  Bro. Robert S. (A. C. 1897); John L. (A. C. 1907).  Address, Dinsmore Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass.
Hurlbut, Cornelius Searle.  S. of Dr. Cornelius Searle and Mary W. (Allis), b. Springfield, Je. 1, 1871.  D. D. S., U. of Penn., 1895.  Prepared Springfield H. S.; A. C., 1890-91.  U. of Penn. Dental S., 1892-95; dentist Springfield, 1895-.  President Mass. State Dentist Soc., 1910-11.  Address, 318 Main St., Springfield, Mass.
Leonard, Edwin.  S. of Rev. Edwin and Sarah G. (Fairbank), b. So. Dartmouth, Jy. 10, 1871.  M. D., Harvard, 1898.  Beta Theta Pi.  Prepared Union Sem., New Preston, Conn.; A. C., 1890-92.  Harvard M. S., 1892-94; Boston City Hospital, 1894-95; junior asst. physician State Hospital Worcester, 1896-97; McLean Hospital, 1897-98; physician Melrose Highlands, 1898-1901; pathologist and bacteriologist in laboratory of Reed & Camrick, Jersey City, N. J., 1901-.  Address, c/o Menley & James, 70 West 40th St., N. Y. City.
Munson, Frank Manuel.  S. of Henry C. and Phebe L. (Joy), b. Greenfield, Ap. 22, 1871.  Theta Delta Chi.  Prepared Wilbraham Acad.; A. C., 1890-91.  Letter carrier Greenfield; chief of police Greenfield, 1901.  Address, 2660 So. Hobson St., Philadelphia, Penn.
Oakes, Fitz Albert.  S. of William E. and Mary E. (Hubbard), b. Gloucester, Mch. 1, 1872.  M. D., Harvard, 1896.  Chi Psi.  Prepared Gloucester H. S.; A. C., 1890-92.  Harvard M. S., 1893-96; Mass. Gen. Hospital, 1897-; physician Boston, 1897-; So. Framingham, 1901-; in charge Grove Hall Dispensary and proprietor Warren Pharmacy, Roxbury.  Address, unknown.
Osgood, Charles Herbert.  S. of Charles Wesley and Fannie (Searle), b. Bellows Falls, Vt., Aug. 14, 1871.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Vermont Acad., Saxtons River, Vt.; A. C., 1890-94.  Teacher, 1894-96; in business Boston, 1896-; with Wm. Filene's Sons Co., Boston; in dry goods business Bellows Falls, Vt.  Address, Winchendon Chamber of Commerce, Winchendon, Mass.
Pellet, Robert Lockwood.  S. of William M. and Esther A. (Lockwood), b. Watkins, N. Y., D. 2, 1873.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Peekskill Military Acad., N. Y.; A. C., 1890-91.  Law clerk, 1894-95; N. Y. L. S., 1895-96; admitted to bar, 1896; lawyer Watkins, N. Y., 1896-.  Address, Rico, Col.
Perkins, Charles Edwin.  S. of William W. and Isabel Murray (Parry), b. Chicago, Ill., Mch. 31, 1871.  Chi Psi.  Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1890-91.  Chief tarriff clerk, chief clerk, asst. gen. freight agent and gen. freight agent, Kansas City So. Ry., Kansas City, Mo., and Texarkana, Tex., 1897-1909; asst. gen. freight agent Missouri Pacific-Iron Mountain Ry. System, St. Louis, Mo., 1909-10; gen. freight agent, 1910-13; freight traffic manager, 1913-20; vice-president Missouri Pacific Railroad Co., St. Louis, Mo., 1920-.  Ch. Ralph C. (A. C. 1926).  Address, 1257 Railway Exchange Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
Smith, Charles Gilbert.  S. of Henry Bates and Clara C. (Cobb), b. Westfield, O. 22, 1871.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Prepared Williston Sem.; A. C., 1891-94.  With H. B. Smith Co., mfrs. of heating apparatus Westfield, 1894-, sales manager.  Member Westfield school com.; treasurer and member board of managers, Sarah Gillett Home for Aged People.  Address, 87 W. Silver St., Westfield, Mass.
Stone, Arthur Winslow.  S. of Winslow F. and Alice J. (Fish), b. Lowell, F. 24, 1869.  Phi Delta Theta.  Prepared Lowell H. S.; A. C., 1890-91.  Lawyer Lowell; judge of municipal court Dexter, Me.  Address, Dexter, Me.
*Tenney, Theodore Edward.  S. of Lyman Harris and Frances D. (Andrews), b. Oberlin, O., F. 16, 1870.  Prepared Prep. Dept. Oberlin Coll., O.; A. C., 1892-93.  Salesman in lumber business Ada, Minn., 1897-; Sawyer, N. Dak.  D. May 6, 1909.
Weaver, Harry Belmont.  S. of Albert Henry (A. C. ex 1865) and Ellen J. (Parsons), b. Wales, F. 3, 1871.  Beta Theta Pi.  Prepared Leicester Acad.; A. C., 1889; 1890-91.  Contractor and builder Wales.  Chairman of selectmen Wales, 3 yrs.; of school committee, 3 yrs.  Chairman local com. on Public Safety, World War.  Address, Main St., Wales, Mass.
Wood, Willis Delano.  S. of Cornelius D. and Helen (Ogden), b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1872.  M. A. (hon.), A. C., 1910.  Alpha Delta Phi.  Prepared Adelphi Acad., Brooklyn, N. Y.; A. C., 1890-92.  With Wood, Heustis & Co., bankers, N. Y. City; banker and broker N. Y. City; director several corporations.  Member Executive Com., Amer. Miss. Assoc.; member Amer. Acad. Polit. Science.  Address, 22 William St., N. Y. City.

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