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cal Studies, Rome, Italy, 1895-1901 ; secretary and acting chairman,
1899-1900; chairman, 1900-01; professor in the school, 1898-99. Honor-
ary editor, American Journal of Archeology, 1900-01 ; editorial con-
tributor, 1897 . Associate editor, and editor, Classical Philology,

1906 . President, American Philological Association, 1906-07.

Editor: The Poems of Catullus; Fragments of Roman Satire; Selected
Letters of the Younger Pliny; Teubner Texts of Catullus and of Pliny's
Letters, 1921.

Married December 27, 1884, Ellen Clara Prentice, daughter of Pro-
fessor George Prentice, who died February 2, 1885. Married June 19,

1890, Edith Valentine, of Glendale, Cal. Children: Doris, b. April 13,

1891, d. March 4, 1894; Robert Valentine, b. November 24, 1892 (B.A.,
Univ. of Oxford, England, 1916) ; Cedric Valentine, b. June 17, 1895
(A.B., Univ. of Chicago, 1916).

Address : 5826 Blackstone Ave., Chicago, 111.

1281. *WILLIAM RICE NEWHALL. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade; sp. hon., Greek); M.A., 1884; D.D., 1897. $. N. Q. 3>. B. K.
Born December 22, 1860, Boston, Mass. Son of No. 296.

Taught in New Hampshire Conference Seminary, Tilton, N. H., 1881-
82; East Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1882-86. Methodist Episcopal min-
ister, New England Conference, 1886-1913. Principal of Wesleyan
Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1892-1907. Trustee of Wesleyan Academy,
1891-1913. Died December 4, 1913, Springfield, Mass.

Married August 29, 1885, May Tryphena Platt, of Southampton, N. Y.,
who died August 18, 1890. Married May 18, 1892, Josephine May
Merritt, of Springfield, Mass. Children : Nina Jeannette, b. January 20,
1888, m. George F. R. Bohnson ; Fales (No. 2878), b. August 18, 1890;
Lois, b. August 18, 1890; Harriet, b. February 21, 1893; Parker (No.
3176), b. May 8, 1894; Sidney Merritt (No. 3531), b. May 21, 1896;
Eliot Martin, b. September 15, 1899.

1282. LUCIUS PAUL NOLAN. B.A.; LL.B., Washington Uni-
versity, 1883; M.A., Wesleyan, 1884. X. ^. Born September 5, 1857,
Glasgow, Mo.

Studied in St. Louis Law School, 1881-83. Practised law in St. Louis,
Mo., 1883-93; Macon, Mo., 1900-03. Traveled, and practised law occa-
sionally, 1893-1900. In the wholesale dry goods business, St. Louis, Mo.,
1903 .

Married February 9, 1888, Mollie Irene Gaty, of St. Louis, Mo., who
died October 16, 1890. Child: Irene Elizabeth, b. November 10, 1888.

Address : 456 North Newstead Ave., St. Louis, Mo.

1283. *ELTON SHERMAN RICH. Ph.B. ; M.D., University
Medical College, 1886. ^. T. Born September 26, 1854, Cattaraugus,
N. Y. Physician. Died October 7, 1908, Kennedy, N. Y.

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1284. J[OHN] FRANK RICH. B.A.; M.A., 1884. <. N. 0.
Born April 17, 1855, Hope, Me.

Taught in Chamberlain Institute, Randolph, N. Y., 1881-82. Principal
of High School, Belfast, Me., 1882-87 ; Scituate 'and Bridgewater, Mass,
(also superintendent of schools, Manchester and Rockport, Mass.),
1887-92. Agent for Ginn & Co., publishers, in Batavia, N. Y., 1892-
1903. Living on a farm in Maine, 1903 .

Married June 19, 1886, Mary Perry French, of Belfast, Me. Children :
Perry Frank, b. February 19, 1887; two sons who died in infancy.

Address : R. F. D., Rockland, Me.

1285. *JOHN BELL SCOTT. B.A. ; M.A., 1884. A. A. 4>. Born
February 17, 1861, Philadelphia, Pa. Brother of No. 1451. In business;
later medical student. Died July 16, 1898, Philadelphia, Pa., of illness
contracted in the Spanish war.

1286. *JAMES BUCHANAN SHAVER. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade; sp. hon., Pol. and Soc. Science} ; M.A., 1884. X. ^. Born
January 24, 1859, Dallas, Pa. Lawyer. Died April I, 1887, Plymouth,
Pa.

1287. *SAMUEL DIBBLE SHERWOOD. Ph.B. (gen. hon.,
2nd grade; sp. hon., Nat. Hist.). $. N. 6. Born November 26, 1853,
Redding, Conn.

Vice-principal of High School, Ansonia, Conn., 1881-82. Principal of
a grammar school, Derby, Conn., 1882-83 ; Union Free School, Irvington-
on-Hudson, N. Y., 1883-86; Worthington Street School, Springfield,
Mass., 1886-90. In the insurance business in Springfield, Mass., 1890-
1920. Died May 5, 1920, Springfield, Mass.

Married August 31, 1886, Ada Clarke, of New York, N. Y. Children:
Elizabeth Taylor, b. November 26, 1888 ; Malcolm Clarke, b. October i,
1891.

1288. *WESLEY WOOD SMITH. B.A. ; B.D., Drew Theological
Seminary, 1891; M.A. (on exam.), Wesleyan University, 1899. A. K. E.
Born September 15, 1860, Summit, N. J. Brother of F. S. Smith (class
of 1886).

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1881-82. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Wyoming Conference, 1883-94. Withdrew from the confer-
ence, 1894. Pastor of Congregational church, Portland, Conn., 1894-
1901; Staffordville, Conn., 1901-02; Weybridge, Vt., 1902-06; Col-
chester, Vt, 1909-16; Bakersfield, Vt, 1916-20. Died May 5, 1920,
Bakersfield, Vt.

Married May 21, 1884, Lucia Mabel Dewey, of Pittston, Pa. Chil-
dren: Ruth Mary, b. June I, 1885, m. B. O. Wales; Young Chalmers
(No. 2639), b. July 12, 1886; Henry Clay Dewey, b. August 19, 1888
(class of. 1911) ; Helen Rhoda, b. March 13, 1890, m. M. E. Day;
Lucia Pamelia, b. November 19, 1892; Sue Kathryn, b. March 3, 1895,
m. Keith N. Pearson; Elizabeth Donington, b. January 6, 1897, m.
Franklin P. Dwinell, M.D. ; Wesley Wood, b. March 16, 1898; Anna
Frances, b. June 30, 1899; Richard Bonsall, b. October 23, 1902; Pierce
Butler, b. June 5, 1906.

1289. WILLIAM LAING SOMERSET. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade; sp. hon., Nat. Hist.); M.A., 1884; M.D., Columbia University,
1892. X. ^. Born May 27, 1861, Portland, Conn.

Taught in Westminster Academy, Mass.; also studied medicine, 1881-
82. Taught in Fairfield, Conn., 1883 ; Portland, Conn., 1883-89. Studied

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in College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, N. Y., 1889-92.
House physician, City Hospital, New York, N. Y., 1892-93. Practising
medicine in New York, N. Y., 1893 .

Married February 15, 1885, Frances Mack, of Portland, Conn.

Address: 107 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y.

1290. CHARLES ALFORD STENHOUSE. B.A.; M.A., 1884.
A. K. E. Born November 19, 1850, New York, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Southern Conference,
1881 . President of East Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1907-10.

Married October 7, 1878, Rachel A. Byers, of Wilbraham, Mass. Chil-
dren : Mae, b. May 13, 1882 (B.A., Brown); Daisy Elizabeth, b.
March 15, 1889, m. Murray S. Hinton; Lillian Sanford, b. May i, 1892,
m. Rowland T. Peckham; Grace Asbury, b. May 8, 1899.

Address : Bridgewater, Mass.

1291. WILLIS KIMBALL STETSON. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade) ; M.A., 1884. $. N. 6. $. B. K. Born May 8, 1858, Natick,
Mass. Son of D. K. Stetson (class of 1860).

Taught in a public school, Ansonia, Conn., 1881. Assistant Librarian
and Librarian, Wesleyan University, 1882-87. Librarian of Russell
Library, Middletown, Conn., 1884-87. Librarian of Free Public Library,
New Haven, Conn., 1887 .

Married November 25, 1886, Lillian Alia 'Minor, of Middletown,
Conn. Children: John Minor, b. September 6, 1887 (B.A., Yale, 1909) ;
George Albert, b. May 6, 1889 (Ph.B., Yale, 1910) ; Mary Mead, b.
July 7, 1891 (B.A., Smith, 1913), m. F. G. Allen.

Address: Free Public Library, New Haven, Conn.

1292. HENRY EMERSON TREFETHEN. B.A., 1882; M.A.,
1885. 4>. N. 6. Born June 10, 1855, Wilton, Me.

Teaching in Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1881
(acting principal, 1898-1900; principal, 1900-02).

Married July 23, 1882, Alice Rosamond Porter, of Mount Vernon, Me.
Children : Evangeline, b. July 17, 1885 ; Henry Porter, b. April 5, 1887
(class of 1910) ; Mary Lois, b. January 28, 1890; William Webster, b.
November 20, 1891; Alice Ruth, b. April 28, 1893; Frances Esther;
Horace True ; Joseph Muzzy.

Address: Kents Hill, Me."

1293. WILLIAM FLETCHER VAN LOON. Ph.B. (gen.^ hon.,
2nd grade ; sp. hon., Nat. Hist., Mod. Lang.) ; M.D., University of
Pennsylvania, 1884. X. $?. 4>. B. K. Born November 18, 1856,
Plymouth, Pa.

Studied medicine in the University of Pennsylvania, 1881-84. Practis-
ing medicine in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1884 .

Married May 22, 1888, Caroline Howard, of Kingston, Pa. Children:
Marian Clarinda, b. January 21, 1899; William Howard, b. January 13,
1906.

Address: Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

1294. GEORGE HENRY WALKER. B.S. (gen. hon., 2nd grade;
sp. hon., Pol. and Soc. Science), ^r. T. Born August 27, 1859, Brown-
ville, N. Y.

Clerk in a law office, Watertown, N. Y., 1881-84. Practised law in
Watertown, N. Y., 1884-1901. Deputy county clerk, Jefferson County,
N. Y., 1887-91. U. S. Circuit Court commissioner, 1892. Assistant
general attorney, N. Y. Central Railroad Company, 1901 .

Address : 466 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y.

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1296. CLARA VAN VLECK. B.A. (gen. hon., ist grade).
3>. B. K. Born August 29, 1859, Middletown, Conn. Daughter of No.
406; sister of Nos. 1234, 1375, an( l J55-

Graduate student in Wesleyan University, 1881-82. Taught in High
School, Middletown, Conn., 1882-83 ; High School, Hartford, Conn.,
1884-88. Resided in Middletown, Conn., 1888-1916; Brooklyn, N. Y.,
1916 .

Address: 416 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.



CLASS OF J88Z

1296. CHARLES MORSE ALLEN. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade} ;
M.A., 1885. $. N. 9. $. B. K. Born April 6, 1859, Farmington, Me.

Teacher of Science in Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1882-89; of
Chemistry, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1889 . Author : Labora-
tory. Notes on General Chemistry; Quantitative Chemical Analysis.

Married August 2, 1888, Carol Shepard, of Springville, Pa. Children:
Morse Shepard (No. 2904), b. October 13, 1890; Ruth Elizabeth, b.
May 10, 1899.

Address : 226 Willoughby Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.

1297. GEORGE DANA BARTLETT. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade} ; M.A., 1885. <i>. N. 6. Born March 25, 1855, Dixfield, Me.

Instructor, Rockland College, Nyack, N. Y., 1882-83. Principal of
Amenia Seminary, N. Y., 1883-85; High School, Wiscasset, Me., 1885-
87. Vice-principal, High School, East Orange, N. ]., 1887-91. Instruc-
tor, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1891 .

Address : 345 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.

1298. LEO ALLEN BERGHOLZ. B.A, 1910. $. N. 9. ' Born

November 10, 1857, Burlington, Vt.

Left college in Senior year. Private secretary, American minister to
China, 1882-83. Acting consul, Chinkiang, China, 1883-87. Secretary,
New Rochelle Railroad Company, N. Y, 1888-90. Agent, Colorado
Humane Society, 1891-93. Foreign correspondent for a law firm, New
York, N. Y., 1894-96. Appointed consul at Erzerum, Turkey, 1896;
Three Rivers, Canada, 1903; Dawson, Canada, 1904. Appointed consul-
general at Tientsin, China, 1905; Beirut, Syria, 1905; Canton, China,
1906; Shanghai, China, 1909. Now consul-general in Canton, China.
Decorated by the Shah of Persia with the Order of the Lion and the
Sun.

Address : American Consulate, Canton, China.

1299. GEORGE MILTON BRODHEAD. B.A. ; M.A., 1885 ; D.D,
American University, 1903. ^. T. Born May 21, 1857, Brodheadsville,
Pa.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Philadelphia Conference, 1882 .

Married October 26, 1887, Clara Stevens Chaplain, of Cambridge, Md.
Children: Frank Chaplain (No. 2853), b. January 5, 1889; Rachel, b.
December 29, 1889, m. Rev. Samuel MacAdams; Charles Daniel (No.
3144), b. May 15, 1894; George Milton, b. May 23, 1904.

Address: 6111 Catharine St., Philadelphia, Pa.

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1300. WILLIAM LIVESEY BURDICK. B.A. (gen. Jwn., 2nd
grade; sp. hon., Latin} ; Ph.D., University of Chattanooga, 1884 ; M.A.,
Wesleyan, 1885; LL.B., Yale University, 1898. ^. T. <. B. K. Born
March 22, 1860, East Greenwich, R. I.

Graduate student, Harvard University, 1888-89. Principal of Fargo
College, N. Dak., 1891-92. Taught in the University of Colorado, 1892-
95. Latin master, Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Conn., 1895-97. Studied
in Yale Law School, 1897-98. Professor of Law, University of Kansas,
1898 ; Vice-president, 1916 . Member, Kansas Civil Service Com-
mission, 1915 ; president of the Commission, 1919. Commissioner on

Uniform State Laws, 1914-19. Reviser of U. S. Statutes under Con-
gressional appointment, 1919-21. Author: Elements of Sales; New
Trials and Appeals; Real Property, etc. Compiler: Case-Book on
Sales; Case-Book on Real Property.

Married June 29, 1882, Nellie DeForest Gates, of East Haddam, Conn.
Children: Harry Salisbury, b. January 2, 1884, d. October 31, 1884;
Harold DeForest, b. July 30, 1885 (graduate of U. S. Naval Academy,

1908) ; William Leroy, b. September 20, 1887 (B.A., Univ. of Kansas,

1909) ; Helen, b. April 15, 1890 (B.A., Univ. of Kansas, 1912).
Address : University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans.



1301. LEWIS BATES CODDING. Ph.B. A. K. E. Born Sep-
tember 27, 1857, Taunton, Mass.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Southern and Maine
Conferences, 1882 .

Married May 10, 1883, Annie Frances Horton, of Taunton, Mass.
Children: Roby May, b. May 18, 1884, d. December 28, 1884; Sarah
Bates, b. October 24, 1885 (B.A., Boston Univ., 1909) ; Grace Amber,
b. November 23, 1887; Henry White, b. December 3, 1890 (B.S., Mass.
Inst. of Technology, 1912); Lewis Bates (No. 3302), b. May 4, 1894.

Address: Cochesset, Mass.



1302. JOSEPH FRANKLIN DECASTRO. Ph.B. ; M.D., Bellevue
Hospital Medical College, 1885. Born July 4, 1860, New York, N. Y.

Studied medicine in Yale Medical School, 1882-83; Bellevue Hospital
Medical College, New York, N. Y., 1883-85. House surgeon, St. Peter's
Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1885-86; visiting physician, 1887-98. Prac-
tising medicine in Brooklyn, 1886 .

Married March 6, 1916, Fannie Murphy, of Brooklyn, N. Y.

Address: 148 Midwood St., Brooklyn, N. Y.



1303. BRACE MILLARD GALLIEN. B.A. *. T. Born April
5, 1860, Albany, N. Y.

Engaged in ranching in North Dakota, 1883-84. Clerk, New York
State Board of Health, Albany, N. Y., 1884-86. Cashier, Albany branch
of a New York Stock Exchange house, 1886-88; manager, 1888-90. En-
gaged in public accounting, 1886 . Deputy city treasurer, Albany,

N. Y., 1900. President and manager, New York State Audit Company,
Albany, N. Y., 1909 . Certified public accountant, N. Y. State.

Married April 21, 1886, Ida Louise Bullock, of Albany, N. Y. Chil-
dren: Marietta Bullock, b. December 5, 1889, d. December 6, 1889; Faith,
b. and d. October 8, 1892; Brace Millard, b. December 27, 1894, d.
December 20, 1895; Brace Goodwin, b. September 27, 1896.

Address: 210 Lancaster St., Albany, N. Y.

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1304. HERBERT PARVIN GERALD. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade}; M.A., 1885; LL.B., Georgetown University, 1890. ^. T.
$. B. K. Born July 8, 1858, Camden, N. J.

Studied law in Columbia Law School, and in Newark, N. J., 1882-83.
Taught in Bethlehem, Pa., 1883-85. Clerk, U. S. Fish Commission,
Washington, D. C, 1885-88 ; in U. S. War Department, 1888. Assistant
examiner in U. S. Patent Office, 1888 .

Married December 16, 1890, Mrs. Kate Towson Brown, of Stafford
Court House, Va.

Address : U. S. Patent Office, Washington, D. C.

1305. JOSEPH GERARD. B.A. ; M.A., 1885. A. A. $. Born
November 25, 1854, Mount Bethel, N. J. Brother of No. 1151.

Principal of a school, East Hartford, Conn., 1882-83; Southington,
Conn., 1883-84; Meriden, Conn., 1884-88. Clerk in Custom House, New
York, N. Y., 1888-89. School principal, Meriden, Conn., 1889-1912.
Taught in Owensmouth, Cal., 1913-14. School principal, Los Angeles,
Cal., 1915 .

Married July 12, 1881, Mattie Jones Chapman, of Middletown, Conn.
Children: Ruth Wilhelmina, b. March 4, 1883, d. July 12, 1883; Owen
Stephen, b. October. 3, 1884 (class of 1907).

Address: Hynes, Cal.

1306. VALENTINE HALLENBECK. B.A. ; M.A., 1885. A. A. <$.
Born March 12, 1854, Glenville, N. Y.

Taught in Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa., 1882-84. Studied
in Boston University, 1884-85. Taught in Centenary Collegiate Institute,
Hackettstown, N. J., 1885-88. Manager, National Printing Company,
Buffalo, N. Y., 1888-89. Private secretary, Washington, D. C., 1890.
Assistant editor, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.,
1890-94. City editor, Schenectady Evening Star, 1894-95. Traveled in
Europe, 1896. Editor, Schenectady Daily Gazette, 1897-98. Engaged in
farming, Glenville, N. Y. ; contributor to various periodicals, 1897

Address : R. F. D. No. 6, Amsterdam, N. Y.

1307. FRANK KIRKWOOD HALLOCK. B.A. (sp. hon.,
Chem.) ; M.A., 1885; M.D., Columbia University, 1885. ^. T. $. B. K.
Born August 18, 1860, Oyster Bay, N. Y.

Studied in College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, N. Y.,
1882-85. Interne, New York Hospital, 1885-87. Studied medicine in
Europe, 1887-89. Assistant physician, Cromwell Hall, Cromwell, Conn.,
1889-98; medical director, 1898. Trustee of Wesleyan University,

1917 . Member, State Council of Defence, Medical Section, 1917-19.

Captain, Ambulance Corps, 6th Infantry, Conn. State Guard (now re-
tired).

Married May 7, 1890, Kate Camp Avery (daughter of A. Avery, class
of 1848), of Boston, Mass. Children: Winthrop Avery, b. January 13,
1892; Abraham Avery (No. 3240), b. March 18, 1893; Mary, b. Feb-
ruary 10, 1898; Leonard Avery, b. January 2, 1900; Elizabeth, b. July
18, 1901.

Address : Cromwell, Conn.

1308. KARL POMEROY HARRINGTON. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade; sp. hon., Latin, <Eng. Lit.} ; M.A., 1885. ^. T. 3>. B. K. Born
June 13, 1861, Great Falls, N. H. Son of No. 438.

Graduate student in Wesleyan University, 1882. Taught in High
School, Westfield, Mass., 1882-85; Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham,

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Mass., 1885-87. Studied in the University of Berlin, Germany, in Greece
and in Italy, 1887-89. Tutor in Latin, Wesleyan University, 1889-91.
Graduate student, Yale University, 1890-91. Professor of the Latin
Language and Literature, University of North Carolina, 1891-99; Univer-
sity of Maine, 1899-1905; Wesleyan University, 1905 . Organist and

choirmaster, American Church in Berlin, Germany, 1888-89; First Con-
gregational Church, Bangor, Me., 1901-02; and in M. E. churches in
Stamford and Middletown, Conn., Chapel Hill, N. C., and Orono, Me.,

1882 . Director, Festival Chorus, Bangor, Me., 1900-02. Founder and

director, Mendelssohn Club, Bangor, 1902-05 ; Middlesex Musical
Association, Middletown, Conn., 1914-16. Director, The People's Chorus,
Bangor, 1901-03. Founder, The 2Oth Century Club of Middletown, 1908;

president, 1908-12, 1915 . Author: Helps to the Intelligent Study of

College Preparatory Latin; Greek and Roman Mythology (with H. C.
Tolman) ; Live Issues in Classical Study ; The Roman Elegiac Poets;
various musical compositions and periodical articles. Editor : The Wes-
leyan Song Book; Songs of all the Colleges ; Songs of the Psi Upsilon
Fraternity (loth and nth editions). Musical editor: Methodist Hymnal,
1905 ; The Chapel Service Book, 1919.

Married November 25, 1886, Jennie Eliza Canfield, of Middletown,
Conn. Children : Mark Edward, b. and d. March 23, 1894 ; Ruth Eliza,
b. May 5, 1897, d. May 21, 1897; Mabel, b. January 10, 1899 (B.A.,
Mt. Holyoke, 1920).

Address : Middletown, Conn.

1309. *CHARLES ROGERS HENSHAW. B.A. X. *. Born
June 29, 1859, Suffield, Conn. Brother of J. R. Henshaw (class of 1890).
Died August 13, 1882, Suffield, Conn.

1310. *JOHN LAMONTE HURST. B.A.; B.A., Harvard Uni-
versity, 1885. A. A. <l>. Born May 14, 1860, Passaic, N. J.

Journalist. Member of the American Legation, Rome, Italy, for
several years. Died October 10, 1919, Denver, Col.

1311. ELWOOD WESTINGBROOK MATTSON. B.A.; M.A.,
1885. A. K. E. Born June 30, 1857, Harrisonville, N. J. Brother of
I. K. Mattson (class of 1882).

Taught in Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1882-83. President of
Sequachee College, Tenn., 1883-84. City editor of The Daily Commer-
cial, Chattanooga, Tenn., 1884-88. Editor and proprietor of The Chatta-
nooga Weekly Republican, 1888-93. Surveyor of customs and collector
for the port of Chattanooga, 1890 ; U. S. disbursing agent, 1891 ; cus-
todian of the U. S. court house and post-office, 1893; supervisor of
census, 1900. Proprietor of The Daily and Weekly Press, Chattanooga,
1893-1904. Manager of Chattanooga Vibrator Company, Philadelphia,
Pa., 1905. With N. W. Ayer & Son, Philadelphia, Pa., 1906. Secretary,
Religious Press Association, Philadelphia, Pa., 1907-13. Manager, Co-
operative Medical Advertising Bureau, Chicago, 111., 1913 .

Married January 12, 1892, Isabella Trimble, of Chattanooga, Tenn.
Children: Harriet Alice, b. December 31, 1892; Edith Elwood, b.
February 21, 1895, m. Frank A. Lewis.

Address : 1057 Columbia Ave., Chicago, 111.

1312. WILBUR ASHLEY MOTT. B.A. *. T. Born August 3,
1858, Alburg, Vt. Brother of Annie R. Mott (class of 1882).

Studied law in Newark, N. J., 1882-85. Practising law in Newark,

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1885 . Prosecutor of the pleas, Essex County, N. J. Author : Mott's

Practice Act (New Jersey law procedure).

Married January 26, 1886, Alice Roe Hines, of Newark, N. J.

Address : 77 S. Munn Ave., East Orange, N. J.



1313. *WILLIAM SMITH PEARSALL. Ph.B, 1884; M.D.,
New York Homoeopathic Medical College, 1885. A. A. <. Born March
n, 1861, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

Studied in New York Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital,
1882-85. Practised medicine in New York, N. Y., 1885-1909. Professor
of Physiology, New York Homoeopathic Medical College. Associate
editor : North American Journal of Homoeopathy. Died February 18,
1915, Brimfield, Mass.

Married May 9, 1894, Florence Sherman, of New York, N. Y.



1314. *GEORGE RAYMOND PRENTICE. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade; sp. hon., Greek, Pol. and Soc. Science}. 3>. N. 0. <i>. B. K.
Born July 23, 1862, Oxford, Mass. Son of Professor George Prentice;
brother of No. 1574. College professor. Died June 19, 1883, Middle-
town, Conn.

1315. WILLIAM MARTIN PUFFER. B.A.; M.A., 1885; D.D.,
Albion College, 1898. ^. T. Born June 12, 1860, Sheldon, Vt.

Principal of a school, Farwell, Mich., 1882-83 ; Clare, Mich., 1883-84.
Methodist Episcopal minister, Michigan Conference, 1884 . Presid-
ing Elder, Lansing District, 1896-1901. District Superintendent, Kala-

mazoo District, 1907-13, 1919 . Delegate to General Conference,

M. E. Church, 1900; Methodist Ecumenical Conference, Edinburgh,
1911.

Married June n, 1883, Margaret McMichael, of Farwell, Mich. Chil-
dren : William James, b. May 24, 1884 (Ph.B., Kalamazoo College,
1907) ; Rodney Arthur, b. January 24, 1886 (Ph.B., Kalamazoo, 1909) ;
Anna Margaret, b. March 29, 1888 (Ph. B., Kalamazoo, 1909), m.
Andrew Lenderink.

Address: 1514 Portage St., Kalamazoo, Mich.

1316. *CHARLES REYNOLDS. B.A. ; M.A., 1885. 3>. N. 9.
Born July 10, 1849, Winslow, Me. In business. Died April 5, 1910,
Middletown, Conn.

1317. JOSEPH RICHARD TAYLOR. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade; sp. hon., Greek); M.A., 1885; M.A., Harvard University, 1894.
<. N. 6. $. B. K. Born January u, 1858, New York, N. Y.

Professor of Greek, Hamline University, 1882-86. Studied in Univer-
sity of Leipzig, Germany, 1886-87; University of Berlin, 1887-88. In-
structor in Greek and Latin, Northwestern University, 1888-91. Assist-
ant Professor of Greek and Latin, Boston University, 1891-96; Pro-
fessor of Greek and Latin, 1896-1901 ; Professor of Greek, 1901 .

Author: The Captives of Plautus (translated into English prose).
Editor: Bostonia, 1904 .

Married December 25, 1882, Elvira Louise Polhemus, of Brooklyn,
N. Y. Children : Mary Katharine, b. May 30, 1887 ; Dorothy Sherwood,
b. September 24, 1894.

Address: 688 Boylston St., Boston, Mass.

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1318. HENRY SEELY WHITE. B.A. (gen. lion., ist grade; sp.
hon., Math., Metaphysics} ; Ph.D., University of Gottingen, 1890; LL.D.,
Northwestern University, 1915. ^'. T. $. B. K. Born May 20, 1861,
Cazenpvia, N. Y. Son of No. 452.

Assistant in Physics, Wesleyan University, 1882-83. Taught in Centen-
ary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1883-84. Tutor in Mathe-
matics and Registrar, Wesleyan University, 1884-87. Studied in the
University of Gottingen, Germany, 1887-90. Assistant in Pure Mathe-
matics, Clark University, 1890-92. Associate Professor, and Professor,
of Mathematics, Northwestern University, 1892-1905. Professor of
Mathematics, Vassar College, 1905 . President of Mathematics Sec-
tion, St. Louis Congress of Arts and Sciences, 1904. Vice-president,
and president, American Mathematical Society, 1901-08. Member,
National Academy of Sciences. Author: Linear System of Curves on
Algebraic Surfaces (in the Boston Colloquium). Associate editor: An-
nals of Mathematics, 1899-1905; Bulletin of American Mathematical
Society, 1904-06; Transactions, 1906-12.

Married October 28, 1890, Mary Willard Gleason, of Hartford, Conn.
Children: Charlotte Lucy, b. September 23, 1892; Martha Isadore, b.



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