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superintendent, Anti-Saloon League of Delaware, 1907; of Washington,
1908. Assistant director of exploitation, Alaska- Yukon-Pacific Exposi-
tion, 1909. Industrial secretary, Chamber of Commerce, Seattle, Wash.,
1910 .

Address: Saugatuck, Conn.



1764. JESSE LEE ROLLINS. B.A. C.C. Born August i, 1863,
Abbot, Me.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East, Austin, and Columbia
River Conferences, 1893-1910. Joined the Congregational Church, 1910.
Pastor of Congregational churches at Bossburg, Wash., 1910-13;
Kootenai, Idaho, 1913-14; Deary, Idaho, 1914-15; Cusick, Wash., 1915-
17; Ferdinand, Idaho, 1917-18. Navy Yard worker, Bremerton, Wash.,
1918-21. Missionary to the Indians, and pastor of Community Congre-
gational Church, Fort Bidwell, Cal., 1921 .

Married June 29, 1893, Mary Ellen Walker, of Portland, Conn. Chil-
dren : Ruth Elizabeth, b. June 3, 1894; William Walker, b. June 3,
1894; Dorothy Emma, b. June 4, 1895, m. R. A. Allen; Jesse Lee, b.
October i, 1896; Grace Mildred, b. December 17, 1897, m. Vigo T.
Mezanti; Julia Mary, b. March 22, 1900; Paul Raymond, b. December
21, 1904; Thoburn Cuyler, b. February 3, 1909.

Address: Lock Box 113, Fort Bidwell, Cal.

1765. WALTER EARLE RUSSELL. B.A. Born August 6, 1869,
Fayette, Me. Brother of Nos. 1023, 1159, 1367, and 1399, and of W. A.
Russell (class of 1878).

Taught in State Normal School, New Britain, Conn., 1893-94 ; Normal
School, Gorham, Me., 1894 (principal, 1905 ).

Married January 26, 1896, Winifred Parker Stone, of Rents Hill, Me.
Children: Earle Stone, b. January 6, 1897; Willis Cleaves (No. 3696),
b. November 22, 1898; Helen Gertrude, b. September 28, 1901; Robert
Edward, b. December i, 1906; Celia Asenath, b. March 21, 1909.

Address: Gorham, Me.

1766. EDWIN OSCAR SMITH. B.S. *. T. Born December 12,
1871, Albany, N. Y. Brother of No. 2101.

In the advertising department of Outing, New York, N. Y., 1893-94.
Bank clerk, Albany, N. Y., 1894-96. New York manager for John Lane,
publisher, London, England, 1896-97. In the circulation department of
Scribner's Magazine, 1897-99. Bookkeeper, with Flower & Co., bankers
and brokers, New York, N. Y., 1899-1900. Manager of a manufactory,
Philadelphia, Pa., 1900-01. Teacher, Secretary of the Faculty, Treasurer,

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and Acting President, Connecticut Agricultural College, 1901-16. Treas-
urer, Oscar Smith & Sons Co., Philadelphia, Pa., 1916 .

Married November 29, 1900, Myra Mae Kendall, of Saranac Lake,
N. Y. Child: Winifred Ida, b. December 15, 1901.

Address: 310 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa.

1767.. ARTHUR THOMAS TALMADGE. B.A. <. N. 6. Born
February 6, 1871, Southwick, Mass.

Taught in the West Jersey Academy, Bridgeton, N. J., 1893-95. Prin-
cipal, Central High School, Lonaconing, Md., 1895-99 ; Prospect Hill
School, Westfield, Mass., 1899-1905; Worthington St. School, Spring-
field, Mass., 1905-09; Central St. Junior High School, Springfield, Mass.,
1909 .

Married June 23, 1897, Nellie Angeline King, of Westfield. Mass.
Children: Allyn King, b. June 6, 1898; Arthur Carlyle, b. February
23, 1901 (class of 1925) ; Roger Phelps, b. October 12, 1913.

Address : 130 Yale St., Springfield, Mass.

1768. HARRY ARTHUR THOMPSON. B.A. *. T. Born
September 5, 1867, Philadelphia, Pa.

Editor of The Jamaica Plain News, Boston, Mass., 1893-94. Organ-
ized the Choristers' School of Grace Church, New York, N. Y., 1894-95.
In the book publishing business, New York, N. Y., 1895-1903. Associate
editor of The Saturday Evening Post, 1903-06; art editor, 1906-12.
Editor of The Country Gentleman, 1912-17. Director of publicity,
Pennsylvania-Delaware Division, American Red Cross, 1917-19. With
the Erickson Company, advertising, 1919 .

Married November 7, 1899, Louise Tackaberry, of New York, N. Y.
Children : Elizabeth Wharton, b. September 6, 1900 ; John Cranwill, b.
August 8, 1902; Lewis Gordon, b. October 21, 1904; James Daniel, b.
January 12, 1907.

Address: The Erickson Co., 381 Fourth Ave., New York, N. Y.

1769. ASHLEY HORACE THORNDIKE. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade} ; M.A., Harvard Universjty, 1896; Ph.D., Harvard, 1898; L.H.D.,
Wesleyan, 1909. 4>. N. 0. <. B. K. 'Born December 26, 1871, Houlton,
Me. Brother of Nos. 1869 and 3212.

Principal of Smith Academy, Hatfield, Mass., 1893-95. Instructor in
Boston University, 1895-98. Instructor, and Associate Professor, of
English, Western Reserve University, 1898-1902. Professor of English
Literature, Northwestern University, 1902-06. Professor of English,

Columbia University, 1906 . Member of the National Institute of

Arts and Letters. Author: Influence of Beaumont and Fletcher on
Shakespeare, 1901 ; The Elements of Rhetoric and Composition, 1905 ;
Tragedy, 1908; (with F. T. Baker) Everyday English, 2 vols., 1912;
(with W. A. Neilson) The Facts about Shakespeare, 1913 ; Shakespeare's
Theatre, 1916; Literature in a Changing Age, 1920; (with W. A.
Neilson) A History of English Literature, 1920. General editor:
Longman's English Classics. Editor: Texts of King Lear, Julius
Caesar, ^Beaumont and Fletcher, Arnold's Sohrab and Rustum, Carlyle's
Sartor 'Resartus; (with W. A. Neilson) The Tudor Shakespeare;
(with J. W. Cunliffe) Revised edition of Library of the World's Best
Literature; (with F. T. Baker) Everyday Classics.

Married June 21, 1899, Annette Marian Lowell, of Hatfield, Mass.
Children : Marian Lowell, b. June i, 1901 ; Edward Lowell, b. May
30, 1904, d. June 10, 1904; Eleanor, b. January 10, 1906, d. January 19,
1907; Ashley, b. July 16, 1909.

Address : Columbia University, New York, N. Y.

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1770. WALTER STARR WATSON. Ph.B. ; M.S., 1894. A. K. E.
Born May 18, 1867, Warehouse Point, Conn. Brother of No. 1730.

Graduate student in Wesleyan University, 1893-94. Instructor in
Biology, Northwestern University, 1894-95. Teaching in State Normal
School^ Whitewater, Wis., 1895 .

Married June 23, 1896, Ellen Dasie Goodwin, of Bristol, Conn. Chil-
dren : Goodwin Barber, b. July 9, 1899 (B.A., Univ. of Wisconsin,
1920) ; Ernest Starr, b. August 18, 1900; Elizabeth Mary, b. November
27, 1903; Walter Samuel, b. May 27, 1905.

Address : Whitewater, Wis.

1771. LEON IRVING WOOD. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade) ;
LL.B., Northeastern College Law School, 1918. &. T. Born February
27, 1867, Waterbury, Conn.

Taught in Normal School, New Britain, Conn., 1893-94. Graduate
student, Harvard University, 1894-95. Taught in High School, Water-
bury, Conn., 1895-98. Christian Science practitioner, 1898-1902. Editor,
Christian Science Publishing Society, Boston, Mass., 1902-20. Teaching
in Beacon School, Brookline, Mass., 1920 .

Married June 8, 1907, Jessie Fish, of Boston, Mass. Children:
Kenneth Irving, b. November 9, 1908; Franklin Neal, b. February 20,
1911; Robert Daniels, b. April 16, 1912.

Address : 66 Powers St., Needham, Mass.

1772. SARAH LANGTON ABBOTT (RICE). B.A. (gen. hon,,
2nd grade}. <J>. B. K. Born January 25, 1872, North Berwick, Me.

Taught in High School, Middletown, Conn., 1894-97 ; Chelsea, Mass.,
1897-99.

Married March 20, 1901, Edward Loranus Rice (No. 1718). Children:
Charlotte, b. January 10, 1904; William Abbott, b. December 8, 1912.

Address : Mrs. E. L. Rice, 316 North Sandusky St., Delaware, Ohio.

1773. MARTHA LINCOLN HILLS. B.A. (sp. hon., English}.
Born May 20, 1870, New York, N. Y. Sister of No. 1378.

Taught in Mount Holyoke College, 1893-95 ; High School, New Haven,

Conn., 1896-97 ; Booth Preparatory School, New Haven, Conn., 1897

(assistant principal, 1903 ).

Address : Wentworth Hall, New Haven, Conn.

1774. *VIDA FRANK MOORE. Ph.B. (gen. hon., ist grade};
M.S., 1897; Ph.D., Cornell University, 1900. $>. B. K. Born June 25,
1867, Steuben, Me.

Instructor in Philosophy, Mount Holyoke College, 1893-96. Graduate
student, Wesleyan University, 1896-97; Cornell University (Fellow),
1897-1900. Taught in the Emma Willard School, Troy, N. Y., 1900-01.
Professor of Philosophy, Elmira College, 1901-15. Author: The Ethical
Aspect of Lotze's Metaphysics. Died June n, 1915, Elmira, N. Y.

1775. MAUD ELIZA MUZZY. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade} ; M.A.,
Radcliffe College, 1899. Born December 25, 1868, Searsmont, Me.

Taught in East Maine Conference Seminary, Bucksport, Me., 1893-97.
At home in Somerville and Reading, Mass., 1900-16. In Children's
Bureau, Department of Labor, Washington, D. C, 1917 .

Address: Waterville, Me.

1776. MARY PEMBROKE O'FLAHERTY. B.A. (sp. hon.,
Greek}. Born July 15, 1872, Hartford, Conn. Sister of No. 2056.

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Taught in Union Hill, N. J., 1894; High School, Holyoke, Mass.,

1894-1909; High School, Hartford, Conn., 1909 .

Address: 140 Main St., Hartford, Conn.

1777. CAROLINE TRACY ROBBINS. B.S.; M.S., 1894. Born
January 17, 1863, Wethersfield, Conn.

Taught in State Normal School, New Britain, Conn., 1893-1904;
Philippine Insular Normal School, 1906-09.

Address : Wethersfield, Conn.



CLASS OF J894.

1778. JULIAN AZNAR. Ph.B. ; LL.B, National School of Law,
Mexico, 1900. 3>. N. 0. Born November n, 1871, Merida, Yucatan,
Mexico.

Studied in the Eastman Business College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1894-
95; National School of Law, Mexico City, Mexico, 1896-1900. Prac-
tised law in Mexico City, 1900-01. First judge of civil and commercial
law, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, 1902-06. Justice of the Supreme Court
of the State of Yucatan, 1906-12 (chief justice, 1910). Practised law

in New York, N. Y., 1914-19; Merida, Yucatan, 1919 . Professor

o-f International Law and Civil Procedure, State Law School, Yucatan.
President, Yucatan Association of the Bar, 1921.

Married June I, 1904, Camila Fernandez, of Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.
Children: Conchita, b. February 28, 1917; Camilita, b. August n, 1918;
Teresita, b. January 21, 1920.

Address : Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.

1779. JAMES GORDON BALDWIN. B.A. Born October 10,
1871, Middletown, Conn.

Studied in the University of Berlin, Germany, 1894-95. In the employ
of the Electric Vehicle Company, Hartford, Conn., 1895-1900; Russell
Manufacturing Company, Middletown, Conn., 1900-20. Secretary and
treasurer, Middletown Gas Light Co., 1920 .

Married January 7, 1903, Blanche Mary Clark, of Middletown, Conn.
Children: Caroline Olive, b. January 12, 1905; Mary Clark, b. June
4, 1908.

Address : Middletown, Conn.

1780. ERNEST BAWDEN. B.A. *. T. Born October 6, 1871,
Chapmans, Pa. Brother of No. 1589.

Principal of High School, Honeybrook, Pa., 1894-95. Methodist

Episcopal minister, Philadelphia Conference, 1895 . In the insurance

business, 1912-15.

Married November 30, 1899, Emma L. Shollenberger, of Harrisburg,
Pa,

Address: York Road and 7ist Ave., Oak Lane, Philadelphia, Pa.

1781. BENJAMIN ROBERT BRIGGS. B.A. A. K. E. Born

May 21, 1873, Newark, N. Y.

New York manager of the Revolving Spectacles Company, 1894-95.
With the Lawyers' Cooperative Publishing Company, salesman, 1895-98 ;
clerk, 1898-1905; advertising manager, 1905 .

Married April 16, 1899, Marion von Ruyter Cypert, of New York,
N. Y. Children: John Cypert, b. May 18, 1900; Grace Marcia, b.
September 16, 1902; James Elbert, b. May 5, 1906.

Address : Care American Chamber of Commerce, Rio Janeiro, Brazil.

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GRADUATES. [1894

1782. ERNEST CHARLES CARPENTER. B.A. Born March
6, 1865, Plymouth, Vt.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1894 .

Executive secretary, Americanization Committee of New Haven, Conn.,
1920 .

Married December 22, 1893, Nettie Jane Hale, of Weston, Vt. Chil-
dren : Catherine, b. December 27, 1894; Miriam, b. September n, 1897;
Paul, b. February 3, 1900; Esther, b. June 4, 1903; Clarence, b.
March n, 1906.

Address : 740 Chapel St., New Haven, Conn.

1783. CHARLES HENRY COLT. Ph.B. A. A. *. Born
September 24, 1872, Winsted, Conn.

With the P. A. Balcom Manufacturers Agency Company, Denver, Col.,
1894-95; McClelland-Colt Company, Denver, Col., 1895-97; Western
Coal and Mining Company, and Thompson Paper Company, Pueblo, Col.,
1897-98; Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, in Colorado, Wyoming,
Kansas, and Nebraska, 1898-1911; Fox Furnace Company, of Elyria,
Ohio (headquarters at Lincoln, Neb.), 1911-12; Strong Manufacturing
Company, of Winsted, Conn, (headquarters at Chicago, 111.), 1912 .

Married December 9, 1903, Blanche Breda Durlacher, of Laramie,
W r yo. Children: Virginia Hannahj b. October 17, 1904; Frances, b.
January 25, 1906; Charline, b. May 22, 1907.

Address : 257 Franklin Ave., River Forest, 111.

1784. WILLIAM BUTLER DAVIS. Ph.B.; B.Mus, Trinity Col-
lege, 1918. A. A. 3>. Born September 27, 1871, Middletown, Conn.
Brother of No. 1949, and of A. K. Davis (class of 1912).

Choir-master and organist of Holy Trinity Church, Middletown, Conn.,

1894 . Instructor in Church Music, Berkeley Divinity School,

1908 .

Address : 468 High St., Middletown, Conn.



1785. CHARLES W T ESLEY DELANO. B.A. A. A. <i>. Born
March 12, 1871, Worcester, Mass.

Assistant principal, Robbins School, Norfolk, Conn., 1894-95. Taught
in the Classical High School, Worcester, Mass., 1895-1905; South High
School, Worcester, 1905 .

Married June 30, 1900, Annie Chase Barnard, of Worcester, Mass.
Children: Lillian, b. March 8, 1902; Charles Barnard, b. January 6,
1906; John Benjamin, b. October 3, 1909; David Prentice, b. March
15, 1915-

Address : i Lowell St., Worcester, Mass.

1786. JOHN PAYSON DRAKE. B.A.; M.A. (on exam.), 1895.
Born May 26, 1867, Pittsfield, N. H. Brother of No. 1436.

Graduate student in Wesleyan University, 1894-95. Taught in High
School, Stevens Point, Wis., 1895-98; High School, Moline, 111., 1898-
1903; Western Illinois State Normal School, Macomb, III, 1903-14.
Instructor in Physics, State Normal School, Emporia, Kans., 1914-17;

Professor of Physics, 1917 . City Chemist, Macomb, 111., 1911-13.

Studied at summer schools, Marine Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor,
N. Y., 1895, '96; University of Wisconsin, 1897; University of Chicago,
1898, ipoo.

Married June 22, 1899, Hattie Pearle Krum, of Stevens Point, Wis.

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Children : Russell Payson, b. February 27, 1901 ; Herbert Thayer, b.
March 8, 1904; Richard Francis, b. February 8, 1906.
Address: Emporia, Kans.

1787. ABRAHAM HOWRY ESPENSHADE. B.A. (gen. hon..
ist grade} ; M.A., Columbia University, 1897. X. SK $. B. K. Born
May 30, 1869, Lancaster, Pa.

Taught in Mercersburg Academy, Pa., 1894-95 > Chauncy Hall School,
Boston, Mass., 1895-96. Fellow in Columbia University, 1896-97.
Taught in Barnard School, New York, N. Y., 1897-98. Instructor in
English, Penn. State College, 1898-1901; Assistant Professor, 1901-06;
Associate Professor, 1906-09; Associate Professor and Registrar, 1909-
17; Professor of Rhetoric, and Registrar, 1917 . President, Ameri-
can Association of Collegiate Registrars, 1911-12. Assistant Educa-
tional Director, Chicago District, S. A. T. C, 1918. Author : Essentials
of Composition and Rhetoric, 1904 (revised, 1913). Editor: Forensic
Declamations, 1901.

Married December 19, 1901, Fannie Elizabeth Wood, of Muncy, Pa.,
who died July 12, 1909. Married December 25. 1911, Erma Marie Fry,
of Abilene, Kans. Children: Gilbert Howr/, b. November 28, 1912;
Emily, b. May 20, 1915.

Address: State College, Pa.

1788. WILLIAM MERRILL ESTEN. B.S : M.S., 1896. *. B. K.
Born August 27, 1862, Glendale, R. I.

Assistant in Biology, Wesleyan University, 1894-1906. Instructor in
Histology, Cold Spring Harbor Summer School, 1895. Professor of
Biology, Chautauqua College, 1897-98. Investigator for the Rockefeller
Institute, 1901-02. Instructor in Bacteriology and Meteorology, Conn.
Agricultural College, 1906-07; Professor, 1907 . Dairy Bacteriolo-
gist, Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, 1906 .

Married December 24, 1900, Bertha Lelia Langdon, of Worcester, N. Y.
Child: Lelia Merrill, b. January 19, 1902.

Address : Storrs, Conn.

1789. WILLIAM WRIGHT FISHER. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade; sp. hon., Greek); B.A., Harvard University, 1895; M.A., New
York University, 1898; Ph.D., New York University, 1900. X. S^.
<. B. K. Born November 24, 1866, Overbrook, Del.

Graduate student in Harvard University, 1894-95. Taught in Col-
legiate School, New York, N. Y., 1895-1906; Boys' High School,
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1906 .

Married September u, 1901, Margaret May Landon, of Fairmount,
Md. Child: William Gooding, b. January 9, 1904.

Address: 828 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.

1790. ROBERT MOSES FRENCH. B.A. X. *. Born Novem-
ber 21, 1871, Exeter, N. H.

Studied in the School of Theology, Boston University, 1894-96.
Methodist Episcopal minister, Vermont Conference, 1896-98. Pastor
of Congregational Church, Hadlyme, Conn., 1898-1908; Tolland, Conn.,
1908-13; Hollis, N. H., 1913 .

Married April 22, 1896, 'Lottie J. Prior, of Middletown, Conn. Chil-
dren: Mildred Roberta, b. June 8, 1898; Mary Hannah Dustin, b.
August 31, 1907.

Address : Hollis, N. H.

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1791. FREDRIC WORTHEN FROST. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade) ; LL.B., New York Law School, 1898. *. T. <. B. K. Born
January 8, 1870, Franklin, N. H. Brother of No. 2209.

Taught in Shady Side Academy, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1894-96. Traveled
in Europe as private tutor, 1896-97. Studied in Columbia Law School,
1897-98; New York Law School, 1898. Practising law in New York,

N. Y., 1898 . Trustee of Tilton Seminary, N. H. Chairman, Alumni

Council, Wesleyan University, 1917-20. Trustee of Wesleyan University,
1920 .

Married October 25, 1899, Christine Kellogg Glover (No. 1929). Chil-
dren: Fredric Worthen, b. December 23, 1900 (class of 1922) ; Constance
Hopkins, b. August 22, 1905.

Address: 60 Wall St., New York, N. Y. Residence: 939 Sterling
Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.

1792. ARTHUR MATHEWS GATES. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd

6'ade; sp. hon., Latin) ; M.A. (on exam.), 1895; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins
niversity, 1910. $. B. K. Born July n, 1868, Waterford, Conn.

Graduate student in Wesleyan University, 1894-95. Taught in Mont-
pelier Seminary, Vt, 1895-97; Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass.,
1897-98 ; Wilmington Conference Academy, Dover, Del., 1898-1901 ;
Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, N. Y., 1901-04; Bulkeley School,
New London, Conn., 1904-05. Graduate student in Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity, 1905-09 (Scholar, 1906-08; Fellow, 1908-09). Taught in Jeffer-
son School for Boys, Baltimore, Md., 1907-08. Assistant Professor of
Latin, Trinity College, N. C., 1909 .

Married August 31, 1898, Minnie Palmer Knapp, of West Concord,
Vt Child : Warren James, b. January 20, 1920.

Address: Durham, N. C.

1793. *LEWIS EDWARD GORDON. B.A. *. T. Born April
24, 1872, Hazardville, Conn.

Engaged in manufacturing, Hazardville, Conn., 1894-98. In the insur-
ance business, Hartford, Conn., 1898-1916. Vice-president, Hartford
Life Insurance Company. Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1913-16.
Died January 26, 1916, Hartford, Conn.

Married June 5, 1900, Elizabeth Keeney, of Somerville, Conn. Chil-
dren : George Keeney, b. August 23, 1901 ; Elizabeth, b. August 24, 1903 ;
Andrew, b. May 29, 1905.

1794. ROSCOE ALLAN GRANT. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade;
sp. hon., Greek) ; M.A. (on exam.), 1902. ^. T. <. B. K. Born
December 2, 1872, East Corinth, Vt.

Studied in the University of Berlin, Germany (Squire Scholar of
Wesleyan University), 1894-95. Taught in Centenary Collegiate Insti-
tute, Hackettstown, N. J., 1895-96; Rutland, Vt, 1896-97. Principal of
Essex Classical Institute, Vt., 1897-99; Dow Academy, Franconia, N. H.,
1899-1900. Taught in Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn., 1900-03;
DeWitt Clinton High School, New York, N. Y., 1903 .

Address : Pennsylvania Ave., Hempstead, N. Y.

1795. WILLIAM FLOWERS GROVES. B.A. (sp. hon., Hist.) ;
LL.B., New York Law School, 1900. ^. T. Born July 16, 1871,
Langhorne, Pa. Son of A. J. Groves (class of 1865).

Taught in Mount Holly Military Academy, N. J., 1894-95 ; North
Absecon, N. J., 1895-96; Pleasantville, N. J., 1896-97; Battin High
School, Elizabeth, N. J., 1897-1901. Practising law in Elizabeth, N. J.,
1901 .

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Married October 2, 1909, Katherine Crissey Baxter, of Trenton, N. J.
Address : 207 Broad St., Elizabeth, N. J.

1706'. ROBERT ELMER HENDERSHOT. B.S.; M.S., 1896.
Born November i, 1859, Swartswood, N. J.

Assistant Librarian in Wesleyan University, 1894-95. Taught in
Pittsburgh Academy, Pa., 1896-98 ; Preparatory School of Allegheny
College (now Alden Academy), 1901-11. In the educational department,
Keystone View Company, Meadville, Pa., 1911 .

Married September 22, 1892, Catherine Smock Whitlock, of Matawan,
N. J. Children: Elizabeth Eraser, b. February 16, 1895 (B.A., Alle-
gheny, 1917) ; Mary Pigot, b. August 5, 1899 ; Cathryn Augusta, b.
April n, 1905.

Address : 474 N. Main St., Meadville, Pa.

1797. RUPERT HENRY HOPKINS. B.S. (sp. hon., Phys.) ;
M.S., 1896. Born November 24, 1869, Miller Place, N. Y. Brother of
No. 2429, and of P. H. Hopkins (class of 1891).

Assistant in Physics, and graduate student, in Wesleyan University,
1894-96. Taught in Cazenovia Seminary, N. Y., 1896-1900 ; High School,
Port Richmond, N. Y., 1900-04; Curtis High School, New Brighton,
N. Y., 1904-18. Principal of Evening School, Richmond, N. Y., 1904-12.
Salesman, Toledo Scale Company, 1918- .

Married December 25, 1899, Charlotte V. H. Burden, of Cazenovia,
N. Y. Children :, Ralph Burden, b. October 21, 1900, d. May 4, 1915;
Lucia Katherine, b. November 5, 1904; Rupert Woodhull, b. April 26,
1907.

Address : 103 College Ave., Westerleigh, Staten Island, N. Y. (P. O.,
West New Brighton, N. Y.)

1798. *ARTHUR LEOLIN HOWE. B.A. *. T. Born January
4, 1868, Bradford, N. H.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1894-95. Associate
pastor, Centre M. E. Church, Maiden, Mass., 1895-97. Methodist Epis-
copal minister, New England Conference, 1897-1920. Died April 8,
1920, Fitchburg, Mass.

Married October 19, 1896, Flora M. Pratt, of Maiden, Mass.

1799. CHARLES CHASE HURLBUT. B.A. *. T. Born Sep-
tember 21, 1871, Paterson, N. J. Son of No. 777; brother of J. L.
Hurlbut, Jr. (class of 1900).

Studied in School of Engineering, Cornell University, 1894-95. With
the J. B. & J. M. Cornell Iron Works, New York, N. Y., 1895-98.
Inspector for R. W. Hildreth & Co., engineers, New York, 1898-1901.
With the Hay Foundry and Iron Works, New York, 1901. Engineer,
Columbian Fire Proofing Company, New York, 1901-04. Managing
engineer, with K. M. Murchison, architect, New York, N. Y., 1904-18;
Snare & Triest Company, New York, 1918; Turner Construction Com-
pany, New York, 1918-19 (construction of Army Supply Base in Brook-
lyn). Consulting engineer, New York, 1919 .

Married February 23, 1899, Louise McCollom, of Troy, Pa. Children :
Virginia Louise, b. June 23, 1900; Helen Proal, b. December 23, 1902;
Jesse Lyman, b. September 3, 1904.

Address : 101 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. Residence : 97 Lincoln
St., Montclair, N. J.

1800. THEODORE HORACE JAMESON. B.A. (sp. hon.,
Hist.). ^. T. Born September 20, 1872, Honeoye Falls, N. Y.

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Studied law in Rochester, N. Y., 1894-98. Practising law in Rochester,
N. Y., 1898 .

Married April 21, 1909, Adelaide Louise Burke, of Rochester, N. Y.
Children: Lois Adelaide, b. February 9, 1912; Ann Louise, b. August
6, 1915; Jean Emily, b. December 27, 1916.

Address : 1005 Wilder Building, Rochester, N. Y. Residence : 285
Westminster Road, Rochester, N. Y.

1801. GEORGE OGLEVIE JARVIS. Ph.B.; M.D., University
of Pennsylvania, 1898. Born January 15, 1873, Portland, Conn.

Studied in Medical School, University of Pennsylvania. Practised
medicine in Philadelphia, Pa.

Married Jessie Worthen Hall Ames (class of 1895).
Address : The Sanitarium, Ashland, Ore.

1802. CHARLES HUBBARD JUDD. B.A. (gen. hon., ist grade;
sp. hon., Phil.); Ph.D., University of Leipzig, 1896; M.A. (Hon.),
Yale University, 1907; LL.D., Miami University, 1909, and Wesleyan,
1913. A. K. E. <i>. B. K. Born February 20, 1873, Bareilly, India.

Studied in the University of Leipzig, Germany, 1894-96. Instructor
in Philosophy, Wesleyan University, 1896-98. Professor of Experi-
mental Psychology, New York University, 1898-1901. Professor of
Psychology and Pedagogy, University of Cincinnati, 1901-02. Instruc-
tor, Assistant Professor, Professor, and Director of the Psychological
Laboratory, Yale University, 1902-09. Director of the School of Educa-
tion, Professor and Head of the Department of Education, University

of Chicago, 1909 . President, American Psychological Association,

1909 ; College Teachers of Education, 1910, '15. Author : Genetic
Psychology for Teachers, 1902 ; General Introduction to Psychology,



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