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sp. hon., Chem.) ; M.A. (on exam.), 1893; M.A., Harvard University,
1894; Ph.D., Cornell University, 1896. X. ^. $. B. K. Born October
16, 1871, Portland, Conn.

Graduate student in Wesleyan University, 1892-93 ; Harvard Univer-
sity, 1893-94; Cornell University, 1894-96. Assistant in Chemistry,
Cornell University, 1896-1900. Chemist in U. S. Customs Service, New

York, N. Y., 1900-07. In U. S. Bureau of Chemistry, 1907 ;

stationed at Savannah, Ga., 1908-11; San Juan, P. R., 1911-14;
Washington, D. C., 1914 .

Married June 8, 1911, Mary Bass de Jarnette, of Savannah, Ga.

Address : Bureau of Chemistry, Washington, D. C. Residence : 1828
Kenyon St., Washington, D. C.

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1725. *HEBER IVES THAYER. B.A. X. *. Born October 28,
1870, Higganum, Conn.

Y. M. C. A. secretary, Ossining, N. Y., 1892-93. Traveling salesman,
1893-94. Engaged in farming, Higganum, Conn., 1894-1900, 1905-07.
Preached in M. E. Church, West Surfieid, Conn., 1900-03; West Hart-
land and Colebrook River, 1903-05; East Village and Stevenson, 1907-10;
Durham, 1910-11. Democratic nominee for state senator, 1900. Died
December 2, 1911, Durham, Conn.

Married January 24, 1894, Blanche Augusta Bailey, of Higganum,
Conn. Children: Ralph Wolcott, b. December 17, 1894; Julian Bailey,
b. September 13, 1896; Marjorie Howard, b. April 22, 1898; Heber
Ives, b. August n, 1905. *

1726. GORDON LEWIS THOMPSON. B.A.; B.D., Drew Theo-
logical Seminary, 1902; M.A., New York University, 1902; B.D., Union
Theological Seminary, 1910. A. K. E. Born March 2, 1869, Ticonderoga,
N. Y. Brother of R. L. Thompson (class of 1897).

Preached in M. E. Church, Lake George, N. Y., 1892-93. Methodist

Episcopal minister, Troy and New York East Conferences, 1893

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1899-1902.

Married June 6, 1894, Emma Gertrude Truesdale, of Hill View, N. Y.
Children: Ethel Truesdale, b. May 16, 1895; Harold Orlo (No. 3614),
b. September 19, 1897.

Address : Watertown, Conn.

1727. ROGER EVERETT THOMPSON. B.A. *. T. Born

March 4, 1865, Franklin, N. H.

Preached in Madison St. M. E. Church, New York, N. Y., 1892-93.
Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East and New Hampshire Con-
ferences, 1893 General secretary, N. H. Sunday School Associa-
tion, 1904-11.

Married November 26, 1896, Margaret Magdalena Keller, of New
York, N. Y. Children: Everett William (No. 3711), b. January 9,
1899; Dorothy Mabelle, b. June 18, 1901; Lawrance Roger, b. April 3,
1906; Alice Margaret, b. April 14, 1909.

Address : Hampton, N. H.

1728. OLIN FREEMAN TOWER. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade) ;
M.A. (on exam.), 1893; Ph.D., University of Leipzig, 1895. * N. 0.
<. B. K. Born March 19, 1872, Brooklyn, N. Y. Son of No. 752.

Graduate student, Wesleyan University, 1892-93; Assistant in
Chemistry, 1893-94, 1896-98. Studied in the University of Leipzig,
Germany, 1894-95. Assistant chemist in nutrition investigations, U. S.
Department of Agriculture, Middletown, Conn., 1895-98. Instructor in
Chemistry, Adelbert College of Western Reserve University, 1898-1901 ;
Assistant Professor, 1901-07; Professor, 1907 . Author: Conduc-
tivity of Liquids; Qualitative Analysis.

Married June 21, 1899, Elizabeth Williams (No. 1996).

Address: Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.

1729. WILLIAM DYSpN TUCKEY. B.A. (sp. hon., Phil.) ;
B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1897. A. K. E. Born March 9, 1866,
Churchtown, Pa.

Taught in Cookman Institute, Jacksonville, Fla., 1892-94. Studied in
Drew Theological Seminary, 1894-97. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New York East Conference, 1897 .

Married June 29, 1892, Sallie Belt Herron, of Washington, D. C.

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Children: William Dyson, b. January 26, 1898; Elizabeth, b. December
18, 1899 ; Ruth, b. February 24, 1902.
Address : Simsbury, Conn.

1730. SAMUEL J. WATSON. B.A.; B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti-
tute, 1895. A. K. E. Born July 31, 1864, East Windsor, Conn. Brother
of No. 1770.

Studied in Garrett Biblical Institute, 1892-95. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Dakota and California Conferences, 1895-1907. Superannuated,
1907.

Married August 22, 1894, Minnie Adella Thompson, of Bristol, Conn.
Children: Walter Thompson, b. June 24, 1895 (B.A., Univ. of Southern
California, 1917) ; Ruth Lucia, b. March 24, 1897 (B.A., Univ. of
Southern California, 1918).

Address : 5353 Abbott Place, Los Angeles, Cal.

1731. LENA MAUD ADAMS (RAND). B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade; sp. hon., Math.) ; M.A. (on exam.), 1894. <i>. B. K. Born
September 24, 1870, Wethersfield, Conn. Sister of No. 2319.

Taught in High School, Middletown, Conn., 1892-93; Monson Acad-
emy, Mass., 1896-1900; Woodside High School, New York, N. Y.,
1901-03; Far Rockaway High School, N. Y., 1903-04.

Married September 3, 1904, John Prentice Rand, M.D., of Worcester,
Mass.

Address: Mrs. J. P. Rand, Holden, Mass.

1732. EVA DILKS. B.A. Born March 29, 1870, Pennington, N. J.
Daughter of No. 844; sister of J. A. Dilks, Jr. (class of 1896).

Taught in the Leachwood Seminary, Norfolk, Va., 1892-93; High

School for Girls, Philadelphia, Pa., 1893 .

Address : 6126 Jefferson St., Philadelphia, Pa.

1733. LILLIAN WAINWRIGHT HART (TRYON). B.A. (sp.
hon., Latin). Born June 3, 1870, New Britain, Conn.

Taught in High School, New Britain, Conn., 1892-1902. Author:
Speaking of Home: Essays of a Contented Woman, 1916.

Married October 30, 1909, Winthrop Pitt Tryon, of Cambridge, Mass.
Child: Agatha, b. May 17, 1911.

Address : Mrs. W. P. Tryon, 33 W. 82nd St., New York, N. Y.



CLASS OF J893*

1734. WINFRED CHANDLER AKERS. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade). ^. T. <. B. K. Born February 22, 1865, Andover, Me.

Taught in High School, Quincy, Mass., 1893-94; Manual Training
School, Providence, R. I., 1894-96; English High School, Somerville,
Mass., 1896-99. Principal of High School, Holyoke, Mass., 1899-1903;
New Britain, Conn., 1903-13; Brookline, Mass., 1913 .

Married June 29, 1895, Annie Marie Fellows, of Farmington, Me.
Children: Eola Marie, b. April i, 1896, m. Sidney R. Hungerford;
Kenneth Fellows, b. August 2, 1898.

Address: 54 Dwight St., Brookline, Mass.

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GRADUATES. [1893

1735. WILLIAM LOYAL ANDRUS. B.A. A. A. <. Born Sep-
tember 2, 1872, Yonkers, N. Y. Son of No. 710; brother of No. 1983.

With the Arlington Chemical Company, Yonkers, N. Y., 1893 .

Married Helen Palmer (daughter of No. 933).
Address: Yonkers, N. Y.



1736. FRANKLIN BARBER. B.A.; M.A. (on exam.), 1897.
A. K. E. Born April 27, 1871, Fort Edward, N. Y.

Taught in High School, Middletown, Conn., 1893-96. Graduate student
in Wesleyan University, 1896-97; Harvard University (University
Scholar), 1897-98. Taught in Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hacketts-
town, N. J., 1898-99; Barnard School for Boys, New York, N. Y., 1899-
1908. Principal of High School Department, Barnard School, 1908-10.
Taught in High School, Fort Edward, N. Y., 1910-13. Supervising
principal of public schools, Fort Edward, 1914 .

Married March 30, 1907, Myrtle Almedia Groat, of Amsterdam, N. Y.

Address : Fort Edward, N. Y.



1737. GEORGE HUBBARD BLAKESLEE. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade); M.A. (on exam.), 1897; M.A., Harvard University, 1899;
Ph.D., Harvard, 1903. 4>. N. 6. 3>. B. K. Born August 27, 1871,
Geneseo, N. Y. Brother of No. 1885.

Graduate student in Johns Hopkins University, 1893-94. Taught in
East Greenwich Academy, R. I., 1894-95 I Mount Hermon School, Mass.,
1895-98. Graduate student in Harvard University (Townsend Scholar
and Parker Fellow), 1898-1901. Studied in the Universities of Berlin,
Leipzig, and Oxford, 1901-03. Professor of History and International
Relations, Clark University and College. Organizer of Clark University
Conferences on International Relations. Member of Governmental Com-
mission of Inquiry to prepare data for the American Delegation to the
Peace Conference at Paris, 1917-18. Member of the technical staff of
the American Delegation to the Conference on the Limitation of
Armament and Pacific and Far Eastern Questions, 1921. Editor: China
and the East, 1910; Japan and Japanese- American Relations, 1912;
Recent Developments in China, 1913; Latin America, 1914; Problems
and Lessons of the War, 1915; Mexico and the Caribbean, 1920. Editor-
in-chief : Journal of International Relations.

Married March 30, 1910, Edna Frances Day, of Worcester, Mass.
Children: George Day, b. July 2, 1911; Frances Hubbard, b. January
13, 1913; Edith Augusta, b. June 23, 1917.

Address : Clark University, Worcester, Mass.



1738. FREDERIC CUTTS. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade) ; M.E.,
Cornell University, 1897. <1>. N. 6. 3>. B. K. Born February 14, 1871,
New Rochelle, N. Y. Son of No. 796.

Assistant in Physics in Wesleyan University, 1893-94. Studied in
Sibley College, Cornell University, 1894-97. With the General Electric
Company, Schenectady, N. Y., 1897-98. Construction foreman, General
Electric Company, 1899; district engineer, 1900-04. Assistant chief
engineer, Ford, Bacon & Davis, New York, N. Y., 1905-08. General
representative, General Electric Company, 1900-13; local office manager,
1914 .

Married September 15, 1900, Julia Harlan Doherty, of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Child: Morgan, b. October I, 1905.

Address: I Norton St., New Haven, Conn.

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1739. EDGAR VAN FOSSEN DuBOIS. B.A. (gen. lion., 2nd
grade) ; D.D., 1912. A. K. E. Born December 21, 1870, Everett, Pa.

Taught in Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1893-94. Methodist Episcopal
minister, Colorado, Des Moines, North Ohio, Minnesota, and Oklahoma
Conferences, 1894 . President of Parker College, 1912.

Married October 22, 1895, Elizabeth Kessler, of Altoona, Pa., who died
December 19, 1901. Married September n, 1906, Gertrude Plank, of
Wooster, Ohio. Children: Robert Kessler, b. August 30, 1898; Helen
Elizabeth, b. August 30, 1898.

Address : Stillwater, Okla.

1740. GEORGE NELSON EDWARDS. B.A. (gen. lion., 2nd
grade; sp. lion., Phil.) ; B.A., Harvard University, 1894. x - * Born
November 29, 1872, Baiting Hollow, N. Y. Son of No. 734.

Studied in Harvard University, 1893-94. Principal of Riverhead
Academy, N. Y., 1894-96. Studied in Yale Divinity School, 1896-97.
Pastor of Congregational Church, Westford, Conn., 1897-98. Studied in
Harvard Divinity School, 1898-99; Union Theological Seminary, 1899-
1900 (graduated, 1900). Pastor of Congregational Church, Jewett City,
Conn., 1901-05; Port Angeles, Wash., 1905-1907; Plymouth Church,
Seattle (assistant), 1907-08; Puyallup, 1908-09; Douglas, Alaska,
1909-11; Oregon City, Ore., 1911-16; Billings, Mont, 1916-21. General
field worker, Congregational Church Sunday School Extension, in Wash-
ington, Oregon, and Idaho, 1921 .

Married July 23, 1903, Annie Tracy Partridge, of Jewett City, Conn.

Address: 103 Merriam St., Walla Walla, Wash.

1741. WILLIAM EPHRAIM FAIRBANK. B.S. Born February
25, 1867, Clinton, Mass.

Assistant to the superintendent of the Connecticut Industrial School
for Girls, Middletown, Conn., 1893-1917. With Sage-Allen & Company,
Hartford, Conn., 1917 .

Married August 24, 1893, Clara Belle Simonds, of Erving, Mass., who
died March 5, 1914. Children: Jessie Margaret, b. September 21, 1895
(B.A., Wellesley, 1916) ; Dorothy Mildred, b. January 27, 1898.

Address : Middletown, Conn.

1742. CLIFFORD CURTIS GILBERT. B.A. ; LL.B., Yale Uni-
versity, 1896; M.L., Yale, 1898. Born December 5, 1871, Middletown,
Conn. Brother of No. 1842.

Studied law in Middletown, Conn., 1893-94; Yale Law School, 1895-

96. Practising law in New Haven, Conn., 1896 .

Married June 26, 1907, Frances Louise Brinsmade, of Shelton, Conn.
Address : 42 Church St., New Haven, Conn.

1743. CHARLES GOURLAY GOODRICH. Ph.B. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade; sp. hon., German) ; M.S., 1904. <&. T. 4>. B. K. Born Sep-
tember 19, 1869, Waterbury, Conn. Brother of No. 1606.

Assistant Librarian and graduate student in Wesleyan University,
1893-94. Acting Professor of Modern Languages, Albion College,
Mich., 1894-95. Studied in the University of Bonn, Germany, and in
Florence and Paris, 1895-96. Taught in Harry Hillman Academy,
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1896-1901. Professor of Modern Languages,
Marietta College, 1901-16. Professor of German, Whitman College,
1916-18. Assistant Professor of French, College of Wooster, 1918-19.

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Head of Modern Language Department, and Professor of French, Mon-
mouth College, 1919 .

Married August 25, 1897, Annie Young Shortle, of Provincetown,
Mass., who died June 18, 1914. Married September 12, 1916, Marion
Wheeler, of Marietta, Ohio.

Address: Monmouth College, Monmouth, 111.

1744. LORENZO WALTER HADLEY. Ph.B. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade} ; M.D., Bowdoin College, 1898. 3>. N. 6. Born January 28,
1869, Frankfort, Me.

Taught in Waldo, Me., 1893-94; Orland and Searsport, 1894-95;
Frankfort, 1895-96 ; Columbia Falls, 1896-97. Studied in Maine Medical
School and Dartmouth Medical School, 1897-98. Practised medicine in
Appleton, Me., 1898-99; Union, Me., 1899 - . Lieutenant, Medical
Corps Reserve, U. S. Army, 1918-19. Served in France. .

Married January 16, 1899, Helen Augusta Tyler, of Bradley, Me.

Address : Union, Me.

1745. FREDERICK SMITH HALL. B.A. ; Ph.D., Columbia Uni-
versity, 1899. A. A. $. Born June 2, 1870, Washington, D. C. Son of
No. 760.

Taught in Montclair Military Academy, N. J. ; also studied in
Columbia University, 1893-94. In business, i894-95- Studied in Colum-
bia University, 1895-98 (Scholar, 1896; Fellow, 1897). Traveled in
Europe, 1898-99. Employed in U. S. Census Office, 1899-1902. Secre-
tary, New York State Child Labor Committee, 1903. Assistant secretary,
City Club of New York, 1904-05. Head worker, Newark (N. J.) Settle-
ment, 1906-07. Secretary, Pennsylvania Child Labor Association, 1908-
ii. Associate director, Charity Organization Department, Russell Sage

Foundation, 1911 . Author: Sympathetic Strikes, 1897; American

Marriage Laws, 1919.

Married July 12, 1906, Jennie Eliza Orcutt, of Stafford Springs, Conn,

Address: 130 East 22nd St., New York, N. Y.

174G. JETUR WHITE HAND. Ph.B. Born March 4, 1870,
Bridgehampton, N. Y.

Studied law in Riverhead, N. Y., 1893-95. Practising law in River-
head, N. Y., 1895 .

Married June 14, 1905, Lena LeRoy Rayner, of Stony Brook, N. Y.
Child: Lizette Furman, b. January 23, 1908.

Address: Riverhead, N. Y.

1747. HERVEY HOWARD. Ph.B. A. K. E. Born October 12,
1868, Greenbush, Me.

Traveling salesman, Melrose, Mass., 1893-95. Reporter, with the
Bradstreet Company, New Haven, Conn., 1895-1901. Engaged in news-
paper and magazine work, circulation and advertising department, New
Haven, Conn., and New York, N. Y., 1901-03. With the American
Mills Company, New York, N. Y., 1903 .

Married October 12, 1897, Emma G. Palmer, of Middletown, Conn.

Address : 434 Broadway, New York, N. Y.

1748. DAVID HUGHES. B.A. ; M.A. (on exam.), 1913. B. 6. II.
Born November 15, 1869, Newtown, North Wales.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1893-94. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister, Troy Conference, 1895 .

Married September 8, 1897, Harriet Brown Deal, of Aliens Hill,

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N. Y. Children: Hugh Deal (No. 3592), b. December i, 1898;
Maveret Elizabeth, b. February 18, 1902; Marjorie Lois, b. January 7,
1906 ; Eleanor Gratia, b. June 20, 1909.
Address : I Estabrook Ave., Hoosick Falls, N. Y.



1749. FREEMAN TOWER HULSE. B.A.; LL.B., New York
Law School, 1895. X. ^. Born March 28, 1870, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Studied in New York Law School, 1893-95. Practising law in Bay

Shore, N. Y., 1895 . Government Appeal Agent for Suffolk County,

N. Y., 1917-18.

Married September 15, 1898, Charlotte Marshall, of Hamilton, N. Y.
Child : Frances Wells, b. February 25, 1903.

Address : Bay Shore, N. Y.



1749a. ALBERT WHEELER JOHNSTON. B.S., 1918. A. A. $.
Born October 27, 1871, Brooklyn, N. Y. Son of No. 741 ; grandson of
Professor John Johnston.

Left college at the end of the second term, Sophomore year. Superin-
tendent, assay and metallurgical division, S. S. White Dental Manufactur-
ing Company, 1891-1902. Vice-president, Orford Copper Company,
New York, N. Y. t 1903-11. Interested in manufacturing, mining, and

physical and chemical research, 1911 . Trustee of Wesleyan

University, 1914 .

Married October 5, 1907, Constantine Henrietta Vaillant Julier, of
Mount Kisco, N. Y. Child : Constantine Eugenie, b. December 28, 1910.

Address: Room 2011, in Broadway, New York, N. Y. Residence:
Dublin Road, Greenwich, Conn.

1750. W[ESLEY] ELWELL LAKE. B.A. (gen. hon., ist grade}.
3>. N. 0. <. B. K. Born August 7, 1870, Vincentown, N. J. Brother of
No. 1804.

Taught in Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1893-95. In poor health,
1895-98. In business, Ocean City, N. J., 1898-1902. Preached in M. E.
Church, Stratford, N. J., 1902-03. Methodist Episcopal minister, New
Jersey Conference, 1903 .

Married May 4, 1898, Caroline Sonder Reed, of Ocean City, N. J.
Child: Randolph Elwell, b. June 19, 1899.

Address : Long Branch, N. J.

1751. *JAMES ADELBERT LEACH. B.A. A. K. E. Born
February 9, 1871, Bucksport, Me. Newspaper reporter. Died November
23, 1895, Hartford, Conn.

1752. DANIEL ACKER LEHMAN. Ph.B. (gen. hon., 2nd grade;
sp. hon., Math.) ; M.A., Western Reserve University, 1902. $. B. K.
Born July i, 1860, Scotland, Pa.

Engaged in study and teaching, Chicago, 111., 1893-96. Taught in
University of the Pacific, Cal., 1896-97 ; Baldwin University, Ohio, 1897-
1901. Student and assistant, Western Reserve University, 1901-02.
Taught in Normal School, Mankato, Minn., 1902-03; Normal School,
Kirksville, Mo., 1903-05. Instructor in Mathematics, University of Wis-
consin, 1905-06. Teaching in Goshen College, Ind., 1906 . On leave

of absence; taught in Purdue University, 1918-19.

Address: Goshen, Ind.

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1753. MARTIN OLIVER LEPLEY. B.A. ; Ph.D., Milton Uni-
versity, 1916. A. A. <1>. Born November 3, 1860, New Berlin, Pa.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1893 .

Married October 3, 1894, Birdella Sprague, of Cleveland, Ohio, who
died February 4, 1908. Married June 30, 1909, Mabel D. Thompson, of
Waterbury, Conn. Children: Olive May, b. July 13, 1895 1 Ruth, b.
November 10, 1897, d. March 21, 1899; Grace Frances, b. July 18, 1900;
Dorothy Estelle^ b. October 10, 1912; Marion Ada, b. September 26,
1914; Edna Mildred, b. May 30, 1916.

Address : Lawrence, L. I., N. Y.

1754. *ALBERT EMORY LOVELAND. B.A.; M.A. (on
exam.), 1896; M.D., Yale University, 1897. A. K. E. Born November
30, 1869, Vernon, Conn. Physician. Died April 8, 1899, Waverly, Mass.

1755. GEORGE HENRY MOORE. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade}.
<fr. T. Born November 28, 1868, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Brother of No.
1655.

In the employ of Ginn & Co., publishers, Boston, Mass., 1893 -.

Married October 7, 1899, Delphine Nelson, of Boston, Mass.
Address: 15 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass.

1756. G[EORGE] ROWLAND MUNROE. Ph.B., 1896 (gen.
hon., 2nd grade} ; LL.B., New York Law School, 1894; M.S., Wesleyan,
1903. 3>. N. 0. <. B. K. Born July 24, 1869, Passaic, N. J. Brother
of No. 1530, and of M. Munroe (class of 1892).

Studied in New York Law School, 1893-94. Practising law in New

York, N. Y., and Newark, N. J., 1894 . Organizer and director,

City Trust Company of Newark, 1901-07; Roseville Trust Company,
Newark, 1908-13. Vice-president, Alcohol Utensil and Manufacturing
Company. Secretary and treasurer, Prospect Investment Company.
Secretary, Anti-Saloon League of New Jersey; attorney and director

of legislation, 1914 . U. S. delegate to I2th International Congress

on alcoholism, London, England, 1909. Y. M. C. A. secretary in France
(Director in the Foyer du Soldat, with 4th French Army), December,
I9i7-February, 1919. Awarded Crolx de Guerre, with bronze star
(regimental citation,, October, 1919).

Married October 10, 1900, Flora Alice Teeter, of Newark, N. J.

Address: 117 Third St., Newark, N. J.

1757. JOHN ORVILLE NEWTON. B.A.; M.A. (Hon.), 1917.
A. K. E. Born April 5, 1864, Andover, Me.

Taught in Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1893-1906;
vice-principal, 1906-09; principal, 1909 .

Married August 24, 1894, Addie Ola Denning, of Poland, Me., who
died September 26, 1903. Married July 12, 1905, Adah Louise Munroe,
of Lewiston, Me. Children: Max, b. July 21, 1895, d. in U. S. service,
October 16, 1918; Ronald Winthrop, b. May 20, 1897, d. in U. S. service,
January 21, 1919; Robert Denning, b. June n, 1898.

Address: Kents Hill, Me.

1758. CHARLES EDWARD NORTH. B.A.; M.D., Columbia
University, 1900. <. N. 6. Born July 28, 1869, Scarboro, N. Y. Son
of No. 854; brother of No. 1963, and of R. H. North (class of 1912).

Taught in Westminster School, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., 1893-96.
Studied in College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, N. Y., 1896-

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1900. Manager, Purity Milk Company, Trenton, N. J., 1901-05. Grad-
uate student in Columbia University, 1906-07. Director, department of
bacteriology, Lederle Laboratories, New York, 1907-09. Consulting
sanitary expert (associated with Professor E. B. Phelps of Mass.
Institute of Technology), 1909

Married December 25, 1903, Amelia Potter Palmer, of Pendleton Hill,
Conn. Child: Anna Palmer, b. April 8, 1908.

Address: 30 Church St., New York, N. Y.

1759. LEWIS JOHNSON NORTON. Ph.B. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade; sp. hon., Math.) ; B.A., Harvard University, 1895. ^- T.
3>. B. K. Born January i, 1861, Farmington, Me. Brother of Nos. 1617,
1907, and 1964.

Taught in Clark University, Atlanta, Ga., 1893-94. Studied in Harvard
University, 1894-95. Taught in Connecticut Literary Institution, Suffield,
Conn., 1896-1903. Shipping clerk, Pittsfield, Mass., 1903-04. Book-
keeper, U. S. Navy Pay Office, Newport, R. I., 1904-13. Chief clerk,
U. S. Navy Purchasing Office, Newport, 1913 .

Married April 5, 1897, Jennie May Snow, of Lexington, Mass. Chil-
dren : Harold Lewis, b. May 5, 1898 (class of 1919); Mary Snow, b.
December 19, 1899; Theodore Roosevelt, b. March 9, 1903.

Address : U. S. Navy Purchasing Office, Newport, R. I.

1760. *FREDERICK CURRY OSTRANDER. B.A. (gen. hon.,
2nd grade). B. 9. II. $. B. K. Born June 25, 1871, Kingston, N. Y.

Assistant to the Secretary of the Faculty, Wesleyan University ; also
graduate student, 1893-94. Taught in Summit, N. J., 1894-95. Studied
in the Universities of Leipzig, Berlin, and Geneva, 1895-97. Taught in
Latin School, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1897-1900. Tutor in Modern Languages,
Wesleyan University, 1900-02. Studied in Columbia University and in
Paris, 1902-04 (Fellow, Columbia LTniversity, 1902-03; International
Fellow, Columbia, 1903-04). Lecturer in Romance Languages, Columbia
University, 1904-05. Instructor in Romance Languages, Western Re-
serve University, 1905-07; University of Texas, 1907-12. Adjunct Pro-
fessor of the same, University of Texas, 1912-13. Died March 24, 1913,
New York, N. Y.

Married September 12, 1905, Melita Naomi Heward, of Montclair,
N. J. Child: Frederick Heward, b. March 24, 1908, d. August 25,
1908.

1761. ROBERT CHAPIN PARKER. B.A.; LL.B, JJniversity of
South Carolina, 1895. A. K. E. Born January 19, 1871, South Livonia,
N. Y. Brother of F. L. Parker (class of 1896).

Studied law, 1893-96. Practising law in Westfield, Mass., 1896 .

Clerk of District Court of Western Hampden County, Mass., 1896-1901.

Special justice of the same court, 1902 . Member of Westfield School

Committee, 1901-07, 1918 (chairman, 1903-07, 1918-21). Lay dele-
gate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1904. Chairman, Northfield

(Mass.) Summer School of Religious Education, 1911 . Government

appeal agent for Local Board Div. No. 6, Massachusetts, 1918-19.

Married October 14, 1908, Mary Elizabeth Snow, of Westfield, Mass.

Address : 63 Broad St., Westfield, Mass.

1762. ARTHUR ISAAC POWERS. B.S. B. 9. II. Born March
9, 1869, Prescott, Mass. Brother of E. O. Powers (class of 1898).

Engaged in the manufacture of straw hats, North Dana, Mass., 1893-

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GRADUATES. [1893

98; Palmer, Mass., 1898-1900; Athol, Mass., 1900 . Member of the

firm, O. J. Powers & Sons.

Married July 2, 1902, Beatrice Russell Small, of West Pembroke, Me.
Children : Ralph Orrin, b. November 25, 1905 ; Eleanor Grace, b. August
5, 1912.

Address : Athol, Mass.



1763. ROYAL WILKINS RAYMOND. B.A.; B.D., Drew Theo-
logical Seminary, 1896. A. K. E. Born January 15, 1871, Westport,
Conn.

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1893-96. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New York East Conference, 1895-1909. Located, 1909. Assist-
ant state superintendent, Anti-Saloon League of New York, 1906. State



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