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*WILLIAM HENRY BURNS. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 841.)

WILLIAM THEOPHILUS DAVISON. D.D. M.A., London

University, 1871. Born October 5, 1846, Bath, England.

Engaged in the work of the ministry, Wesleyan Methodist Church,
England, 1868-81. Professor of Biblical Literature and Classics, Rich-
mond College, England, 1881-91 ; of Systematic Theology, Handsworth

College, 1891-1905. Principal of Richmond College, 1905 . Member

of the Theological Faculty, London University. Author: Christian
Conscience; Christian Interpretation of Life; Commentary on the
Psalms, etc.

Address: College House, Richmond, Surrey, England.

*FRANCIS JAMES WAGNER. D.D.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1863.)

*CHARLES CANDEE BALDWIN. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 505.)

MARTIN AUGUSTINE KNAPP. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduate^ No. 868.)

J893.

HENRY WARD BENNETT. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 713.)

CHARLES FRANCIS RICE. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 988.)

MARCUS LORENZO TAFT. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1028.)

*HENRY SMITH CARHART. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 882.)

J894.

ANDREW CAMPBELL ARMSTRONG. M.A. (ad eundem).
(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

881



1894-95] HONORARY ALUMNI.

WALTER PARKE BRADLEY. M.A. (ad eundem}. .

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

"HERBERT WILLIAM CONN. M.A. (ad eundem).

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

ELBERT WESLEY GRIFFITH. M.A. Ph.B., Illinois Wesleyan

University; M.A., Illinois Wesleyan; Ph.D., Illinois Wesleyan. Born
1851, Pike, N. Y.

Principal of schools in Western New York for several years. Super-
intendent of schools, Norwich, N. Y., 1888-98; Glens Falls, N. Y.,
1898 .

Address : Glens Falls, N. Y.

ARTHUR SHIMMIN KNEIL. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1883.)

FRANK MASON NORTH. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 984.)

ROBERT WILLIAM ROGERS. D.D. B.A, University of

Pennsylvania, 1886, and Johns Hopkins University, 1887; Ph.D., Haver-
ford College, 1890, and University of Leipzig, 1895; LL.D., Baker Uni-
versity, and Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1899; Litt.D., Dickinson
College, 1908, and University of Dublin, 1913. Born February 14, 1864,
Philadelphia, Pa.

Graduate student, Johns Hopkins University; studied in the Univer-
sities of Leipzig and Berlin, Haverford College, and the University of
Pennsylvania, 1887-90. Instructor in Hebrew, Haverford College, 1890.
Professor of the English Bible and Semitic History, Dickinson College,
1890-93. Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Exegesis, Drew
Theological Seminary, 1893 . Lecturer, Columbia University (sum-
mer sessions), 1915 . Visiting Professor of Ancient Oriental

Literature, Princeton University, 1920.

Address : Madison, N. J.

ELIAS BENJAMIN SANFORD. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 817.)

STEPHEN HENRY OLIN. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 835.)

"CARROLL DAVIDSON WRIGHT. LL.D. M.A., Tufts Col-
lege, 1883; Ph.D. (Hon.), Dartmouth College, 1897; LL.D., Clark
College and Amherst College. Born July 25, 1840, Dunbarton, N. H.
College president. Died 1909.

1&95.

WILLIAM TRAFTON RANDALL. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1485.)

TIMOTHY PRESCOTT FROST. D.D.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1876.)

*JAMES OSCAR WOODRUFF. D.D. Born 1838, Connecticut
Farms, N. J. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died March 29, 1896,
Binghamton, N. Y.

882



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1895-97



*OWEN VINCENT COFFIN. LL.D. Born June 20, 1836, Union
Vale, N. Y.

In business in Middletown, Conn., 1864-1917. Secretary and treasurer,
Farmers and Mechanics Savings Bank, Middletown, Conn., 1864-78.
President, Middlesex Fire Assurance Company, 1884-1917. Mayor of
Middletown, Conn., 1872-73. State senator, 1887-91. Governor of
Connecticut, 1895-97. Died January 3, 1921, Clifton Springs, N. Y.

1896.

CHARLES WARDELL STILES. M.S.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1889.)

^STEPHEN OLIN BENTON. D.D.
(See Record of Honorary Alumni, 1887.)

*WARREN LANNING HOAGLAND. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 831.)

FRANK BRUCE LYNCH. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1276.)

WILLIAM LONSDALE WATKINSON. D.D. LL.D., North-
western University, 1896. Born August 30, 1838, Hull, England.

Engaged in the work of the ministry, Wesleyan Methodist Church

of England, 1858 . President of the conference, 1897. Fraternal

delegate to General Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church of America,
1896. Connexional editor, 1893-1904.

Address : 29 Exeter Road, Brondesbury, London, England.

*JOHN WILLIAMS WHITE. LL.D. B.A., Ohio Wesleyan

University, 1868 ; M.A., Ohio Wesleyan, 1871 ; Ph.D., Harvard Univer-
sity, 1877; Litt.D., Cambridge University, 1900, Harvard University,
1913; LL.D., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1905. Born March 5, 1849,
Cincinnati, Ohio.

Studied in the University of Berlin and in Harvard University.
Tutor in Greek, Harvard University, 1874-77; Assistant Professor,
1877-84; Professor, 1884-1909. First chairman of Managing Commit-
tee, American School of Classical Studies, Athens. Honorary president,
Archaeological Institute of America. Editor: College Series of Greek
Authors (30 vols.). Associate editor : Classical Philology (Chicago);
Classical Quarterly (London). Died May 19, 1917, Cambridge, Mass.



J897.

JOHN ALFRED FAULKNER. D.D. B.A., Acadia University,

N. S., Canada, 1878; B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1881; M.A.,
Acadia, 1890; D.D., Acadia, 1902; LL.D., Pennsylvania College, 1919.
Born July 14, 1857, Grand Pre, N. S., Canada.

Studied in Andover Theological Seminary, and the Universities of
Leipzig and Bonn, Germany. Methodist Episcopal minister, Wyoming

Conference, 1883 . Professor of Church History, Drew Theological

Seminary, 1897 .

Address : Madison, N. J.

883



1897-98] HONORARY ALUMNI.

WALLACE MAcMULLEN. D.D. B.D., Drew Theological Semi-
nary, 1888. Born August 31, 1860, Dublin, Ireland.

Y. M. C. A. secretary, 1881-85. Studied in Drew Theological
Seminary, 1885-88. Methodist Episcopal minister, 1913. Professor,
Drew Theological Seminary, 1913-18. Superintendent, New York Dis-
trict, 1918 . Author: Captain of Our Faith.

Address : 329 W. 76th St., New York, N. Y.

*WILLIAM RICE NEWHALL. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1281.)

*GEORGE BLOOD SMYTH. D.D. B.A., College of the City of

New York, 1876; B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1880. Born
September 22, 1854, Currenrue, County Galway, Ireland.

Came to America, 1870. Taught privately, 1876-77. Studied in Drew
Theological Seminary, 1877-80. Methodist Episcopal minister, Linden,
N. J., 1880-82. President, Anglo-Chinese College, Foochow, China, 1882-
99. Retired on account of ill health. Field secretary, Board of Foreign
Missions, M. E. Church, San Francisco, Cal., 1901-10. Died December
14, 1911, Berkeley, Cal.

"THEODORE E. HANCOCK. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 953.)



J898,

MIDDLESEX ALFRED BAILEY. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1141.)

GEORGE LINCOLN PLIMPTON. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1659.)

S[AMUEL] PARKES CADMAN. D.D.- Ph.B., Illinois Wes-
leyan University, 1895 ; D.D., Syracuse University, 1898, Columbia Uni-
versity, 1913; L.H.D., University of Vermont, 1913. Born December
1 8, 1864, Wellington, Shropshire, England.

Pastor, Metropolitan Temple, New York, N. Y., 1895-1901 ; Central
Congregational Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1901 .

Address : 2 Spencer Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.

*WILBERT PERRY FERGUSON. D.D. B.A., Victoria College,

Canada, 1883; B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1887; Ph.D., Syra-
cuse University, 1897. Born February 2, 1863, Napanee, Ont, Canada.

Methodist Episcopal minister, 1883-88, 1891-95, 1900-07. Professor of
Latin, Iowa Wesleyan University, 1888-91. President of Centenary
Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1895-1900. Engaged in teach-
ing, 1907-10. Principal of Lyons School, New York, N. Y., 1910-15.
Died January 5, 1915, Honolulu, H. I.

"JOSEPH PULLMAN. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 745.)

HENRY THOMAS BURGESS. LL.D. Born March 27, 1839, in
England.

Removed to South Australia, 1848. Methodist minister, 1859-1902.

Supernumerary, 1902 . President, South Australian Conference,

1880, '90. President, First United Conference, 1900. Secretary, Aus-

884



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1898-1900

tralasian Methodist General Conference, 1890-97; president, 1897-1901.
Editor : Cyclopedias, etc.
Address: Norwood, South Australia.

*SAMUEL FOSTER UPHAM. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 548.)



1&99.

DAVID GEORGE DOWNEY. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1355.)

WILLIAM INGRAHAM HAVEN. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1153.)

ARTHUR TWINING HADLEY. LL.D. B.A., Yale University,

1876; M.A., Yale, 1887; LL.D., Yale University and Harvard Univer-
sity, 1899, Columbia University and Western Reserve University, 1900,
Johns Hopkins University, 1902, Williams College, 1908, and Dartmouth
College, 1909. Born April 23, 1856, New Haven, Conn.

Tutor, Yale University, 1879-83 ; Lecturer on Railroad Administration,
1883-86 ; Professor of Political Science, 1886-91 ; Professor of Political
Economy, 1891-99; President, 1899-1921. Commissioner of Labor Sta-
tistics, Conn., 1885-87. Author : Railroad Transportation, 1885 ; Eco-
nomics, 1896; The Education of the American Citizen, 1901; Freedom
and Responsibility, 1903; Standards of Public Morality, 1907; Influences
in Modern Philosophic Thought, 1913; Undercurrents in American
Politics, 1915; The Moral Basis of Democracy, 1919.

Address : New Haven, Conn.

1900*

MAX FARRAND. M.A. (ad eundem}.

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

FRANK WALTER NICOLSON. M.A. (ad eundem).

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wesleyan.)

DANIEL DORCHESTER. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1039.)

*LEVI GILBERT. D.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 1044.)

PHILIP MELANCTHON WATTERS. D.D. B.A., Amherst

College, 1882; B.D., Union Theological Seminary, 1885. Born Septem-
ber 3, 1860, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York Conference, 1885-1913.
President, Gammon Theological Seminary, Atlanta, Ga., 1913 .

Address: Atlanta, Ga.

*EDWARD GAYER ANDREWS. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 307.)

885



1900-02] HONORARY ALUMNI.

*GEORGE EDWARD LOUNSBURY. LL.D. B.A., Yale Uni-
versity, 1863. Born May 7, 1838, Poundridge, N. Y. Bank president;
Governor of Connecticut. Died August 16, 1904, Farmingvale, Ridge-
field, Conn.

*JOHN MONROE VAN VLECK. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 406.)

I90U

*HINCKLEY GILBERT MITCHELL. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1018.)

DAVID HOWARD TRIBOU. D.D. Born September 16, 1848,
Hampden, Me.

Taught, 1866-70. Principal of High School, Rockport, Me., 1870-71;
Hampden Academy, Me., 1871-72. Supervisor of schools, Penobscot
County, Me., 1872. Joined East Maine Conference, M. E. Church, 1872.
Chaplain, U. S. Navy, 1872-1910; Dean of the Corps of Chaplains, 1901-
10. Retired, 1910; recalled to active duty, April, 1917. Member, Board
of Award, U. S. Navy, 1919. Delegate to Methodist Ecumenical Con-
ference, Washington, 1891; Toronto, 1911. Delegate to General Confer-
ence, M. E. Church, 1908. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1908 .

Address: Naval Home, Philadelphia, Pa.

THOMAS BOND WOOD. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 788.)-

*DAVID JOSIAH BREWER. LL.D.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1855.)

"CHARLES EMORY SMITH. LL.D. B.A., Union University,

1861 ; LL.D., Union, 1889, and Lafayette College and Knox College,
1900. Born February 18, 1842, Mansfield, Conn. U. S. minister to
Prussia; Postmaster General of the United States. Died 1908.

1302.

WILBUR FISK GORDY. M.A.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1243.)

WILLIAM FRANKLIN ANDERSON. D.D. B.A., Ohio Wes-
leyan University, 1884; B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1887. Born
April 22, 1860, Morgantown, Va. (now W. Va.).

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York Conference, 1887-1904. Cor-
responding secretary, Board of Education, 1904-08. Bishop of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, 1908 .

Address: 420 Plum St., Cincinnati, Ohio.

WILLIAM BURT. D.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 1204.)

*JOEL MARVIN LEONARD. D.D. Ph.D., Boston University,

1887. Born July 21, 1852, Potsdam, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Upper Iowa Conference, 1877-80; New
England Conference, 1880-1916. Died August 7, 1916, Friendship, Me.

886



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1902-03

HERBERT WELCH. D.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 1499.)

EDMUND JANES JAMES. LL.D. Ph.D., University of Halle,

1877; LL.D., Cornell College, 1902, Queen's College, 1903, Harvard
University, 1909, Northwestern University, 1914, and University of
Michigan, 1914. Born May 21, 1855, Jacksonville, 111.

Principal of High School, Evanston, 111., 1878-79; Model School,
Normal, 111., 1879-82. Professor of Public Finance and Administration,
Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 1883-95. Professor of
Political and Social Science, University of Pennsylvania, 1884-95. Pro-
fessor of Public Administration and Director of the Extension Division,
University, of Chicago, 1896-1901. President, Northwestern University,
1902-04; University of Illinois, 1904 .

Address : Urbana, 111.

1903.

WESLEY BICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION.

*JOHN BINNEY. D.D. B.A., Harvard University, 1864; M.A.,

Harvard, 1867 ; S.T.D., Hobart College, 1892. Born February 23, 1844,
Philadelphia, Pa.

Graduated from Berkeley Divinity School, 1868. Ordained deacon,
Protestant Episcopal Church, 1868; priest, 1869. Professor of Hebrew,
Berkeley Divinity School, 1874-82; Old Testament Literature and Inter-
pretation, 1882-1913; Dean of the School, 1899-1908. Died June 12,
1913, Middletown, Conn.

CHAUNCEY BUNCE BREWSTER. D.D. B.A., Yale Univer-
sity, 1868; D.D., Trinity College, Conn., 1897, and Yale, 1898. Born
September 5, 1848, Windham, Conn.

Ordained deacon, Protestant Episcopal Church, 1872; priest, 1873.
Rector of Protestant Episcopal churches, Rye, N. Y., 1873-81 ; Detroit,
Mich., 1881-85; Baltimore, Md., 1885-88; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1888-97.

Bishop coadjutor of Connecticut, 1897-99; Bishop, 1899 Author:

The Key of Life; Aspects of Revelation; The Kingdom of God and
American Life ; The Pulpit Its Place and Function; The Catholic Ideal
of the Church.

Address: 98 Woodland St., Hartford, Conn.

*HENRY ANSON BUTTZ. D.D.
(See Record of Honorary Alumni, 1866.)

EUGENE RUSSELL HENDRIX. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 849.)

WILLIAM EDWARDS HUNTINGTON. D.D. B.A, Univer-
sity of Wisconsin, 1870; S.T.B., Boston University, 1873; Ph.D., Boston
University, 1882; S.T.D., Syracuse University, 1903; LL.D., University
of Wisconsin, 1904, and Tufts College, 1905. Born July 30, 1844,
Hillsboro, 111.

Private, 40th Wisconsin Volunteers, 1864. First lieutenant, 49th Wis-
consin Volunteers, 1865. Methodist Episcopal minister, New England
Conference, 1868-82. Instructor in Ethics and History, Boston Univer-
sity, 1876-78; Professor, 1882-1904; Dean of the College of Liberal
Arts, 1882-1904; President, 1904-11.

Address: Newton Centre, Mass.

887



1903] HONORARY ALUMNI.

WILLIAM ERASER McDOWELL. D.D. B.A., Ohio Wesleyan

University, 1879; S.T.B, Boston University, 1882; Ph.D., Ohio Wes-
leyan, 1891; D.D, Ohio Wesleyan, 1894; LL.D, Baker University, Uni-
versity of Denver, Cornell College, and Mount Union College, 1904,
Northwestern University, 1905 ; L.H.D, University of Vermont, 1916.
Born February 4, 1858, Millersburg, Ohio.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Ohio, 1882-90. Chancellor, University
of Denver, 1890-99. Corresponding secretary, Board of Education,
M. E. Church, 1899-1904. Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church,

1904 . President, Board of Trustees, Northwestern University,

1906 . President, Religious Education Association, 1905-06. Cole

Lecturer, Vanderbilt University, 1910. Lyman Beecher Lecturer, Yale
University, 1917. Author: In the School of Christ, 1911; A Man's
Religion, 1912; Good Ministers of Jesus Christ, 1917.

Address: 1509 i6th St., Washington, D. C.

FRANK KNIGHT SANDERS. D.D. B.A, Ripon College, 1882;

M.A., Ripon, 1888; Ph.D., Yale University, 1889; D.D., Ripon, 1901;
LL.D., Washburn College, 1914. Born June 5, 1861, Batticotta, Jaffna,
Ceylon.

Instructor, Jaffna College, Ceylon, 1882-86. Assistant in Semitic
Languages, Yale University, 1889-91; Instructor, 1891-92; Assistant
Professor of Biblical Literature, 1892-94; Woolsey Professor, 1894-
1901 ; Professor of Biblical History and Archaeology, and Dean of the
Divinity School, 1901-05. Secretary, Congregational Sunday-School and
Publishing Society, 1905-08. President of Washburn College, 1908-14.
Director, Board of Missionary Preparation, 1914 .

Address: 25 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y.

DAVID ALLISON. LL.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 610.)

*JAMES WHITFORD BASHFORD. LL.D. B.A, University

of Wisconsin, 1873; M.A., University of Wisconsin, 1876; S.T.B,
Boston University, 1876; D.D, Northwestern University, 1890. Born
May 27, 1849, Fayette, Wis.

Tutor in Greek, University of Wisconsin, 1874. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Boston, Mass, Portland, Me, and Buffalo, N. Y, 1875-89.
Instructor in English, Boston University, 1878-79; Lecturer on Oratory,
1880-81. President of Ohio Wesleyan University, 1889-1904. Bishop of
the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1904-1919. Died March 18, 1919,
Pasadena, Cal.

JOHN LEWIS BATES. LL.D. B.A, Boston University, 1882;

LL.B, Boston University, 1885. Born September 18, 1859, N. Easton r
Mass.

Taught in a private school, Jamestown, N. Y, 1882-83. Admitted to

the bar, 1885. Practising law in Boston, 1885 . Member of Boston

Common Council, 1891-92; Mass. House of Representatives, 1894-99
(speaker, 1897-99). Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts, 1900-02.
Governor of Massachusetts, 1903-04. President of Board of Trustees,
Boston University. President, Mass. Constitutional Convention, 1917-19.

Address: 73 Tremont St., Boston, Mass.

'WILLIAM HENRY BREWER. LL.D. Ph.B, Yale University,
1852; M.A, Yale, 1859; Ph.D., Washington and Jefferson College,
1880; LL.D, Yale, 1903, and University of California, 1910. Born
September 14, 1828, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. College professor. Died
November 2, 1910, New Haven, Conn.

888



HONORARY ALUMNI. [1903-04

*ABIRAM CHAMBERLAIN. LL.D. Born December 7, 1837,
Colebrook, Conn. Governor of Connecticut Died May 15, 1911,
Meriden, Conn.

*RICHARD WATSON GILDER. LL.D. LL.D, Dickinson Col-
lege, 1883; M.A. (Hon.), Harvard University, 1890; L.H.D., Prince-
ton University, 1896, and Columbia University, 1907; Litt.D., Yale Uni-
versity, 1901. Born February 8, 1844, Bordentown, N. J. Editor and
poet. Died 1909.

*HENRY CRUISE MURPHY INGRAHAM. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 778.)

LESLIE MORTIER SHAW. LL.D. B.S. and M.S., Cornell Col-
lege, 1874; LL.B., Iowa College of Law, 1876; LL.D., Simpson College,
1898, Cornell College, 1899, and Dickinson College, 1908. Born Novem-
ber 2, 1848, Morristown, Vt.

Practised law in Denison, Iowa, 1876-97. Engaged in banking in
Crawford County, Iowa, 1880. Governor of Iowa, 1898-1902. Secre-
tary of the Treasury of the United States, 1902-07. Lay delegate to
General Conference, M. E. Church, 1888, '92, '96, 1900. Trustee of

Cornell College, 1890 . Author: Current Issues, 1908; Aptitude

Plus Application, 1911; Vanishing Landmarks, 1920.

Address : Washington, D. C.

WILLIAM JEWETT TUCKER. LL.D. B.A., Dartmouth Col-
lege, 1861 ; B.D., Andover Theological Seminary, 1866; D.D., Dart-
mouth, 1875; LL.D., Williams College, 1893, Yale University, 1895, and
Columbia University, 1906. Born 1839, Griswold, Conn.

Congregational minister in New Hampshire and New York. Profes-
sor of Sacred Rhetoric, Andover Theological Seminary. Founder of
Andover House (social settlement), Boston, Mass. Editor of The
Andover Review. President of Dartmouth College, 1893-1909; Presi-
dent Emeritus, 1909 . Lecturer, Lowell Institute, 1894; Yale Divinity

School, 1897-98.

Address : Hanover, N. H.

HENRY VAN DYKE. LL.D. B.A., Princeton University, 1873;

M.A., Princeton, 1876; B.D., Princeton, 1877; D.D., Princeton, 1884,
Harvard University, 1894, and Yale University, 1896; LL.D., Union
University, 1898, Washington and Jefferson College, 1902, University of
Pennsylvania, 1906, and University of Geneva, 1909. Born 1852, Ger-
mantown, Pa.

Pastor of United Congregational Church, Newport, R. .1., 1879-82;
Brick Presbyterian Church, New York, N. Y., 1883-1900, 1902. Pro-
fessor of English Literature, Princeton University, 1900 . Trustee

of Princeton University. Author : The Poetry of Tennyson; The
Friendly Year ; Days Off, and a number of other books of prose and
verse.

Address : Princeton, N. J.



1904.

JOHN HELPS BICKFORD. D.D. B.A., De Pauw University,

1888; M.A., De Pauw, 1891. Born November 21, 1859, Lancaster, Ohio.
Methodist Episcopal minister, Pittsburgh Conference.
Address : 614 Highland Ave., Woodlawn, Pa.



1904-06] HONORARY ALUMNI.

*BENJAMIN GILL. D.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 916.)

'CHARLES WESLEY MILLARD. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 851.)

ABRAM WINEGARDNER HARRIS. LL.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1245.)

1905.

RAYMOND DODGE. M.A. (ad eundem}.

(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wes-
leyan.)

HOWARD PERCY DENISON. M.A.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1885.)

GEORGE BUSHNELL MARTIN. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1869.)

*GEORGE PECK ECKMAN. D.D.

(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1884.)

EDWARD SUMMERFIELD NINDE. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1481.)



1906.

CELEBRATION OF THE SEVENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY.

FRANCIS GANG BENEDICT. M.A. (ad eundem).
(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wes-
leyan. )

GEORGE MATTHEW DUTCHER. M.A. (ad eundem).
(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wes-
leyan. )

ROBERT HERNDON FIFE, JR. M.A. (ad eundem).
(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wes-
leyan.)

WILLIAM ARTHUR HEIDEL. M.A. (ad eundem}.
(See Record of Members of the Faculty, not Graduates of Wes-
leyan. )

*ALONZO HOWARD CLARK. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1881.)

ABRAM SHECKLETON KAVANAGH. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1885.)

ROBERT FULTON RAYMOND. M.A.
(See Record of Non-Graduates, class of 1881.)

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HONORARY ALUMNI. [1906

*ARTHUR WILLIAM BYRT. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1429.)

*NATHANIEL WALLING CLARK. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1205.)

ANDREW JACKSON COULTAS. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 1239.)

*JOHN GALBRAITH. D.D.

(See Record of Graduates, No. 1211.)

CHARLES LEROY GOODELL. D.D. B.A., Boston University,

1877; M.A., New York University, 1902. Born July 31, 1854, Dudley,
Mass.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Southern, New England,
New York East, and New York Conferences.

Address : 425 West End Ave., New York, N. Y.

"THOMPSON HOADLEY LANDON. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 440.)

WILLIAM DOUGLAS MACKENZIE. D.D. M.A., University

of Edinburgh, 1881 ; D.D., Beloit College, 1896, Yale University, 1907,
University of Edinburgh, 1910, and Knox College, Toronto, 1915; LL.D.,
Princeton University, 1906. Born July 16, 1859, Fauresmith, Orange
River Colony, South Africa.

Graduated from Edinburgh University, 1881. Studied in Congrega-
tional Theological Hall, Edinburgh, and in the University of Gottingen,
Germany. Congregational clergyman. Professor of Systematic Theol-
ogy, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1895-1903. President of Hart-
ford Theological Seminary, 1903 . President, Hartford Seminary

Foundation, 1913 .

Address : 82 Gillett St., Hartford, Conn.

ALBERT JULIUS NAST. D.D.
(See Record of Graduates, No. 870.)

HENRY CLAY SHELDON. D.D. B.A., Yale University, 1867;

M.A., Yale, 1870; B.D., Boston University, 1871; D.D., Lawrence
University, 1887. Born March 12, 1845, Martinsburg, N. Y.

Assistant Professor of Historical Theology, Boston University, 1875-

80 ; Professor, 1880-95 J Professor of Systematic Theology, 1895 ;

Lecturer on the Essentials of Christianity, 1897-1900.

Address: 72 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass.

CHARLES MACAULAY STUART. D.D. B.A., Kalamazoo

College, 1880; M.A., Kalamazoo, 1883; B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute,
1883; D.D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1885; M.A. (ad eundem} , North-
western University, 1887; Litt.D., Syracuse University, 1904, and Ohio
Wesleyan University, 1909; LL.D., Nebraska Wesleyan University,
1909. Born August 20, 1853, Glasgow, Scotland.

Methodist Episcopal minister, in Illinois and Michigan, 1880-85.
Associate editor of The Michigan Christian Advocate, 1885-86; The



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