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icut River Power Company and Connecticut River Transmission Com-
pany, 1907-14; New England Power Company, 1914 - . Member of
firm, Chace & Harriman, Inc., interested in electrical properties in New
England. President, Boston (Mass.) Chamber of Commerce, 1917-18.
Member, Massachusetts Commission on Foreign and Domestic Com-
merce, 1919 - ; Massachusetts Commission on Public Safety, 1917-18.
Regional director, War Industries Board, 1917-18. Member, New Eng-
land Transportation Conference, 1917-19. Trustee of Wesleyan Univer-
sity, 1912 .

Married July 7, 1898, Edith Rochelle Graves (No. 1930). Children:
Eunice Alberta, b. September 8, 1903; Barbara Ingraham, b. January 21,
1913; Gordon Douglas, b. March 31, 1916.

Address: 50 Congress St., Boston, Mass. Residence: 825 Centre St.,
Newton, Mass.

1847. WILLIAM HENRY HAYES. B.A. ; Ph.D., Clark Univer-
sity, 1915. C. C. Born July 26, 1869, New York, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York Conference, 1895-98. With-
drew from the M. E. Church, 1898. Studied in Yale Divinity School,
1898-1901. Pastor of Congregational Church, North Guilford, Conn.,
1898-1901; Andover, Conn., 1901-04; Windsor, Vt., 1904-08; Lisbon,
N. H., 1908-12; Oxford, Mass., 1912-18. Professor of Philosophy and
Religious Education, Fairmount College, 1918 ; college purchasing
agent, 1919 - . Graduate student, Clark University, 1912-15. Chap-
lain, Connecticut House of Representatives, 1903; Vermont State
Prison, 1905-08.

Married June 27, 1895, Jessie May Manley, of Middletown, Conn.
Children: Earl Manley, b. July 27, 1896; Muriel, b. May 14, 1898;
Hubbard Sprague, b. January 19, 1905; Margaret Louise, b. May 17,



Address : 1725 Fairmount Ave., Wichita, Kans.



1848. CHARLES OTIS JUDKINS. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade} ;
D.D., 1911. ^. T. $. B. K. Born October 2, 1868, Bristol, N. H. Son
of No. 658.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1895-96. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister, Vermont and Troy Conferences, 1896 .

Trustee of Wesleyan University, 1910-18.

Married March 30, 1898, Eva Viola Austin (No. 1984). Children:
Ruth Elizabeth, b. January 5, 1899; Eleanor Austin, b. March 6, 1906;
Margaret Nelson, b. July 17, 1909; Barbara, b. February 5, 1913; Win-
throp, b. February 5, 1913.

Address: 32 Bay St., Glens Falls, N. Y.

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1849. FREDERICK KNIFFEN. B.S. (sp. hon., Chem.) ; M.S.,

1897. A. T. A. Born December 2, 1872, Alcove, N. Y.

Assistant chemist, Naval Torpedo Station, Newport, R. L, 1896-99;
Proving Ground, Indian Head, Md., 1899-1905. Chief chemist, Naval
Torpedo Station, Newport, R. L, 1905-06. Assistant superintendent,
International Smokeless Powder and Chemical Company, Parlin, N. J.,
1906-10. Assistant operating director, Du Pont Powder Company, Wil-
mington, Del., 1910 . Vice-president, Fairfield Rubber Company,

Fairfield, Conn., 1916-17; Du Pont Fabrikoid Company, Wilmington,

Del., 1917 . In executive charge of the manufacture of gas-resisting

gloves and clothing, also of wing varnish for aeroplanes, for U. S. War
Department, 1917-18.

Married July 6, 1897, Lillian May Bassett, of Catskill, N. Y. Chil-
dren: Florence Elizabeth, b. February 2, 1899; Charles Franklin, b.
June i, 1900 (class of 1922).

Address: Du Pont Building, Wilmington, Del. Residence: Holly
Oak, Del.

1850. FRANKLIN THOMAS KURT. Ph.B. (sp. hon., Chem.,
Biol}. X. ^. Born June 30, 1872, Middletown, Conn.

Taught in Concord School, Mass., 1895-96; Chauncy Hall School,

Boston, Mass., 1896 . Principal and owner of the latter, 1900 .

Head of department of Chemistry, Polytechnic School, 1900-08 ; dean,
1904-08. Member of staff, Central Bureau of Planning and Statistics,
War Industries Board, 1917-18.

Married August 12, 1896, Sarah Bertha Tucker (No. 1879). Child:
Franklin Thorndike, b. March 4, 1904.

Address: 553 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. Residence: 86 Prince St.,
West Newton, Mass.

1851. GEORGE NELSON LAPHAM. B.A. ; M.D., Boston Uni-
versity, 1900. X. Wr. Born September 16, 1872, Richmond, Me. Son
of No. 660.

Taught in English and Classical School, West Newton, Mass., 1895-96 ;
Concord School, Mass., 1896-97. Studied in Medical School of Boston
University, 1897-1900. Resident physician, Massachusetts State Sana-
torium, Rutland, Mass., 1900-08. In private practice, Boston, Mass.,
1908 . Lecturer on Pulmonary Diseases, Boston University Medical
School.

Married March 7, 1912, Lilla D. Weeks, of Worcester, Mass., who
died May 24, 1916.

Address : Rutland, Mass. Office : 419 Boylston St., Boston, Mass.



1852. ALEXANDER HENRY LEO. B.A. A. K. E. Born
November 16, 1867, Philadelphia, Pa.

Engaged in mission work, with the New York City East Side Mis-
sion, 1895-97. Methodist Episcopal minister, Philadelphia Conference,

1897 . Missionary to Porto Rico, 1903-12. General secretary, and

member of faculty, Philadelphia College and Hospital of Osteopathy,
1918-19. Organizer and manager, Medical Dispensary Association of
Porto Rico ; Playground Association of Porto Rico. Author : several
pamphlets (in Spanish) on hygienic subjects.

Married April 6, 1904, Laura Irene Medford, of Philadelphia, Pa.
Children: Bernice, b. October n, 1905; Emma Medford, b. August 25,
1909; Jean Campbell, b. July 8, 1912.

Address : Williamstown, Pa.

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1853. JOHN STRYKER LULL. B.A. X. *. Born October 16,
1869, Newburgh, N. Y.

Preached in M. E. Church, Tyringham, Mass., 1895-96. Methodist
Episcopal minister, New York Conference, 1896 .

Married November 15, 1898, Leona May Bump, of Housatonic, Mass.
Children: Albert DeLos, b. December 7, 1899; Leona May, b. January
26, 1902; Raymond, b. July 8, 1904, d. August 28, 1907; Donald Stod-
dard, b. July 24, 1906; John Vernon, b. July 15, 1914; William Roger,
b. September 28, 1917.

Address : Windham, N. Y.

1854. ALBERT BARRETT MEREDITH. B.A. ; M.A. (Hon.),
1916; Pd.D., Muhlenberg College, 1918; L.H.D., Upsala College, 1918;
LL.D., Wesleyan, 1921. 4. B. K. Born February 2, 1871, Gorham, N. H.
Brother of No. 2221, and of F. G. Meredith (class of 1909).

Taught in Holbrook's Military School, Ossining, N. Y., 1895-97.
Vice-principal of High School, Plainneld, N. J., 1897-1901. Superinten-
dent of schools, Nutley, N. J., 1901-10. Superintendent of public
instruction, Essex County, N. J., 1904-12. Assistant Commissioner of
Education, State of New Jersey, 1911-20. Commissioner of Education,

State of Connecticut, 1920 . President, New York Schoolmasters

Club, 1914; New Jersey State Council of Education, 1910. Associate
educational director, Y. M. C. A., 1918; War Department S. A. T. C,
1918. Author : Survey of the Secondary School Systems of St. Louis
and St. Paul; The Teaching of High School English; The Teaching
of the Social Sciences; A Manual for High Schools.

Married June 29, 1899, Adelaide Spencer, of Stoneham, Mass. Child :
Spencer Barrett, b. January 3, 1904 (class of 1925).

Address : State Education Department, Hartford, Conn.

1855. HIRAM EMERY MILLER. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade;
sp. hon., Greek}. A. K. E. Born December 12, 1872, Winterport, Me.

Principal of Brattleboro Academy, Vt, 1895-1901. Practising law in

Lynn, Mass., 1901 . Member, Board of Aldermen, Lynn, Mass.,

1904-05 ; Massachusetts State Central Committee, 1908 .

Married June 22, 1904, Katharine Fisher, of Brattleboro, Vt. Child :
Josiah Stedman, b. October 26, 1908.

Address : 65 Atkins Ave., Lynn, Mass.

1856. WARREN ROBERTS NEFF. B.A. A. A. 3>. <. B. K.

Born November i, 1865, Boonville, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Newark Conference, 1895 .

Married September 27, 1895, Harriet Alverson Clarke, of Passaic,
N. J. Child : Warren Herbert, b. July 3, 1898.

Address : 213 Main St., Hackettstown, N. J.

1857. *SAMUEL BOWMAN OPDYKE. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade); M.A. (on exam.), 1896; M.A., Harvard University, 1898.
A. A. <. <f>. B. K. Born June 10, 1873, Berwick, Pa. Engaged in
literary work, 1898-1903. Died July 17, 1903, Easton, Pa.

1858. WILLIAM WILLET PECK. B.A. A. A. 3>. Born
December 5, 1869, Port Jervis, N. Y.

Preached in M. E. Church, Wallingford, Conn., 1895-96. Private
secretary, 1896-97. Pastor of First Unitarian Church, Chicopee, Mass.,

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1897-1901; Needham, 1901-08; Church of the Unity (Unitarian),
Winchendon, 1908-10. With I. M. Taylor & Co., bankers and brokers,
Boston, Mass., 1910-12. Pastor of All Souls Church, Winthrop, Mass.;
secretary, New England Civics Institute, 1912-17. At Y. M. C. A.
headquarters, Camp Devens, Mass., 1917-18; on U. S. Transport Aga-
memnon, 1918-19. Pastor of First Unitarian Church, West Upton, Mass.,

1919 . Manager, Boston and Worcester districts, of Savings Division

of U. S. Treasury, 1919. Member of National Council of Unitarian and
other Christian Churches, 1909.

Married August 3, 1899, Frances Pomeroy Atkinson, of Wallingford,
Conn.

Address : West Upton, Mass.

1859. DANIEL HAYS PIPER. B.A. Born May 5, 1865, Oxford,
N. Y. Brother of L. F. Piper (class of 1886).

Preached in M. E. Church, Caribou, Me., 1895-97. Methodist Epis-
copal minister, East Maine and New York Conferences, 1897 .

Married September 18, 1895, Jennie M. Stackhouse, of Shickshinny,
Pa. Children : John Stackhouse, b. January 23, 1897 (class of 1919) ;
Lewis Hamlin, b. May 13, 1899 (class of 1922) ; Edwin Charles, b.
November 19, 1901.

Address : Walton, N. Y.

1860. ARTHUR CLEVELAND POMEROY. Ph.B. *. T.
Born December 12, 1873, Brooklyn, N. Y. Son of No. 541 ; brother of
No. 1484.

Engaged in the manufacture and sale of surgical appliances, New
York, N. Y., 1895 .

Married February 24, 1897, Edna Rosalie Tuttle, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Children : Ruth Elizabeth, b. February 14, 1900, d. April 27, 1903 ;
Ralph, b. September 30, 1903; Arthur, b. January 2, 1906; Mildred, b.
February 16, 1909.

Address: 16 East 42nd St., New York, N. Y. Residence: Stamford,
Conn.

1861. GEORGE HALE RYDER. Ph.B.; M.D., Harvard Univer-
sity, 1899. B. 6. n. Born March 14, 1874, Meriden, Conn.

Studied in Harvard Medical School, 1895-99. House surgeon, Mass-
achusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, Mass., 1899-1901.
Practising medicine (as an oculist), Worcester, Mass., 1901-04; Boston,

Mass., 1904 . Junior assistant ophthalmic surgeon, Massachusetts

Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. Consulting specialist in diseases of
the eye, Quincy City Hospital. Assistant in Ophthalmology, Tufts Med-
ical College, 1904-18. Clinical assistant, post-graduate department, Har-
vard Medical School, 1915-18; assistant surgeon, Eye and Ear Infirmary,
1913-20; ophthalmic surgeon, 1920 . Consulting ophthalmic sur-
geon, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1920 .

Married December 19, 1901, Annie J. Condon, of Boston, Mass.
Child : Pauline Elizabeth, b. June 10, 1903.

Address : 1073 Hancock St., Quincy, Mass.

1862. ARTHUR HENRY SCUDDER. B.A. A. T. A. Born
November 24, 1868, Roxbury, N. Y. Brother of C. E. Scudder (class
of 1896).

Preached in M. E. Church, Wakefield, R. I., 1^95-97. Methodist Epis-
copal minister. New England Southern and New York Conferences,
1897 . Author: The Day of Judgment, and other Poems.

Married April 29, 1896, Elizabeth Cocks Stocking (No. 1877). Chil-

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dren : Fisk William, b. February 27, 1897 ; Anna Elizabeth, b. March 23,
1898; Ruth Delanoy, b. July 8, 1900; Alice, b. August 7, 1907
(deceased).
Address : Santa Barbara, Isle of Pines, West Indies.

1863. COLBERT SEARLES. B.A. ; Ph.D., University of Leipzig,
1899. X. <fr. Born August 15, 1873, Milton, Me.

Taught in Ohio Military Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1895-97. Studied
in the University of Leipzig, 1897-99. Instructor in French, Indiana
University, 1899-1900. Associate Professor of Modern Languages, Uni-
versity of Arkansas, 1900-01. Assistant Professor of Romanic Lan-
guages, Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1901-10; Associate Professor,
1910-13. Professor of Romance Languages, University of Minnesota,

1913 . President, Philological Association of the Pacific Coast, 1912-

13. Editor of texts: Le Cid, Andromaque, Francois le CJiainpi;
Catalogue de tons Ics livres de feu M. Chapelain; Les Sentiments ds
L' Academic Frangaise sur Le Cid.

Married March 28, 1900, Beatrice Thomson, of Glasgow, Scotland.
Children: Colbert, b. 1902; Janet Giffen, b. 1910.

Address : University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.

1864. ERNEST KETCHAM SMITH. B.A.; M.A. (on exam.),
1897. A. A. <l>. Born October 28, 1873, Simsbury, Conn. Son of No.
820; brother of No. 1535.

Assistant Librarian in Wesleyan University, 1895-96 ; Assistant to the
Secretary of the Faculty, 1896-97. Taught in Dickinson Seminary,
Williamsport, Pa., 1897-98; Central High School, Duluth, Minn., 1898-
1902; Central High School, Cleveland, Ohio, 1902-10; Peking, China,
1910 .

Address : Peking, China.

1865. GEORGE BENTON SMITH. B.A. X. *. Born October
23, i870 : Plainville, Conn.

State college secretary of Illinois Y. M. C. A., 1895-97. General secre-
tary, Y. M. C. A., Madras, India, 1897-1904. Vice-president and
secretary, India and Ceylon Import and Export Company, Hartford,
Conn., 1904-67. Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Con-
ference, 1907 .

Married December 9, 1897, Bertha Stevens Dates, of New Britain,
Conn. Children: Barbara, b. November 7, 1899; Theodore Benton, b.
February 3, 1903; Baldwin Dates, b. June 22, 1907.

Address: Liberty, N. Y.

1866. VERONA J. SMITH. B.A. *. T. Born November 2, 1870,
Charlotteville, N. Y.

Taught in Northfield, N. Y., 1895-96; Poultney, Vt, 1896-97. With
Allyn & Bacon, publishers, Boston, Mass. Manager, Book Lovers'
Library, Boston, Mass. Engaged in manufacturing gloves, Gloversville,
N. Y. Manager, Book Lovers' Library, New York, N. Y. In the
printing business, New York, N. Y.

Married June, 1895, Jennie Hulse Raymond, of Middletown, Conn.

Address : 6 Herkimer St., St. Albans, N. Y.

1867. HOWARD ANDERSON SUTTON. B.A.; M.D., Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania, 1898. ^. T. Born April 24, 1873, Philadelphia,
Pa. Son of No. 574; brother of Nos. 2168 and 3196, and of H. C.
Sutton (class of 1907).

Studied in Medical School, University of Pennsylvania, 1895-98.

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Resident physician, Philadelphia Polyclinic Hospital, 1898-99; Phila-
delphia Municipal Hospital for Contagious Diseases, 1899-1901. Super-
intendent and resident physician, Norristown (Pa.) Smallpox Hospital,

1901-02. Practising medicine in Philadelphia, Pa., 1902 . Assistant

surgeon, M. E. Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Demonstrator of Osteology,
Medical School of University of Pennsylvania. Author : Osteology and
Syndesmology, 1910; various medical papers. Editor: University
Courier, 1897-98.

Married September 18, 1908, Julia Stewart Cummings, of River Forest,
111. Children: Julia Corona, b. August 21, 1909; William Henry, b.
June i, 1911.

Address: 114 South i9th St., Philadelphia, Pa.

1868. HENRY ALLEN THAYER. B.A. A. K. E. Born August
7, 1869, Blackstone, Mass. Brother of Nos. 1497 and 1666.

Engaged in journalism.

Address : R. F. D., Blackstone, Mass.

1869. EDWARD LEE THORNDIKE. B.A. (gen. hon., ist
grade); B.A., Harvard University, 1896; M.A., Harvard, 1897; Ph.D.,
Columbia University, 1898; Sc.D., Wesleyan, 1919. 4>. N. O. *. B. K.
Born August 31, 1874, Williamsburg, Mass. Brother of Nos. 1769 and
2312.

Studied in Harvard University, 1895-97; Columbia University,
1897-98. Instructor in Education, Western Reserve University, 1898-99.
Instructor in Genetic Psychology, Teachers' College, New York, 1899-

1901; Adjunct Professor, 1901-04; Professor, 1904 . President,

American Psychological Association, 1912. Vice-president, American
Association for the Advancement of Science. President, New York

Academy of Science, 1920 . Chairman, Committee on Classification

of Personnel in the Army, 1917-18. Author : Animal Intelligence;
Notes on Child Study; Educational Psychology; The Principles of
Teaching; Mental and Social Measurements, etc.

Married August 30, 1900, Elizabeth Moulton, of Lynn, Mass. Chil-
dren: Elizabeth Frances, b. August 19, 1902; Virginia Moulton, b.
July 4, 1904, d. July 13, 1904; Edward Moulton, b. September 25, 1905;
Robert Ladd, b. September 23, 1910; Alan Moulton, b. June 27, 1918.

Address: Teachers' College, Columbia University, New York, N. Y.

1870. JOSEPH KING VAN DENBURG. B.A.; M.A. (on
exam.), 1898; Ph.D., Columbia University, 1910. ^. T. 3>. B. K. Born
November 29, 1874, Fort Edward, N. Y. Son of No. 942; grandson of
No. 316.

Taught in the Hill School, Pottstpwn, Pa., 1895-98. Graduate student,
Yale University, 1898-99. Taught in High School, Orange, N. J., 1899-
1900; Eastern District High Scho'ol, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1900-05. Graduate
student, Columbia University, 1905-06. Principal, Public School No. 40,
New York, N. Y., 1906-16; Public School No. 43, and the Speyer Ex-
perimental Junior High School, New York, 1916 . President, Men

Teachers and Principals Association of Greater New York, 1910-14;

Intermediate Schools Association, 1919 . Author: Elimination of

Students in the Secondary Schools of New York City, 1910; The Junior
High School Idea, 1921.

Married May 29, 1915, Katharine Barnabee Harris, of Warner, N. H.
Children : Joseph King, b. February 18, 1916 ; Grace Raymond, b.
October 10, 1918.

Address : Speyer School, 94 Lawrence St., New York, N. Y.

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1871. JOHN GILLEN WALSH. B.A. ; LL.B., Boston University,

1900. Born June 3, 1873, Middletown, Conn. Brother of No. 2189.
Engaged in journalism, Hartford, Conn., 1895-98. Enlisted in the

22d N. Y. National Guard; transferred to Co. F, 69th N. Y. Volunteer
Infantry; promoted to first sergeant, 1898. Studied in Law School of
Boston University, 1899-1900. Practised law in Boston, Mass., 1900-03;
Lawrence, Mass., 1903-13; Boston, Mass., 1913-19. President and

counsel, Business Bureau, Providence, R. I., 1919 .

Address : 40 Court St., Boston, Mass.

1872. MERLE BOWMAN WALTZ. B.A. (gen. Hon., ist grade).
A. K. E. $. B. K. Born October 30, 1873, Golden, Col.

Fellow in University of Chicago, 1895-96. Taught in High School,
Quincy, 111., 1896-98 ; Joseph Medill High School, Chicago, 111., 1898-

1901. Practising law in Chicago, 111., 1901 .

Married September 4, 1901, Emma DeLany, of Chicago, 111. Children:
Elizabeth DeLany, b. July 25, 1902; Emelyn, b. July 25, 1903; Jane
Bell, b. October 8, 1904; Charlotte, b. November 18, 1909.

Address: 303 Reaper Block, Chicago, 111. Residence: 554 Longwood
Ave., Glencoe, 111.

1873. *CLAUDE LUCAS WILSON. B.A. ; M.D, Columbia Uni-
versity, 1899. B. . II. Born August 16, 1872, Hartford, Conn.
Brother of Nos. 1979 and 2459.

Studied in College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, N. Y.,
1895-99. Died April 25, 1917, Middletown, Conn.

1874. WILLIAM SEAVER WOODS. B.A. (gen. Hon., 2nd
grade}. 3>. N. 9. *. B. K. Born August 13, 1872, Bath, N. Y.

Assistant secretary, Citizens' League, Middletown, Conn., 1895-96.
New England editor of The Springfield (Mass.) Republican, 1896-97.
On the staff of The Literary Digest, 1897 ; editor, 1905 .

Married April 26, 1905, Grace E. Crombie, of Oswego, N. Y. Child:
Robert Crombie, b. February 23, 1906.

Address : 354 Fourth Ave., New York, N. Y.

1875. LULA GIRALDA ADAMS. Ph.B. (gen. hon., ist grade;
sp. hon., Rom. Lang., Phil.). 4. B. K. Born November 24, 1870, Red
Bank, N. J. Sister of A. D. Adams (class of 1886).

Teaching in High School, Brookline, Mass., 1895 . On leave of

absence, studying in Europe, 1909-10, 1921-22. Exchange teacher, High
School, Oakland, Cal., 1916-17.

Address: High School, Brookline, Mass.

1876. CAROLINE CHALKER CLARK (BARNEY). Ph.B. (sp.
hon., Eng.). Born January 12, 1870, Hartford, Conn.

Taught in High School, Willimantic, Conn., 1895-98; Beverly, Mass.,
1898-1904. Teacher in summer schools and community schools of re-
ligious education. Vice-president, Massachusetts Parent-Teacher Asso-
ciation. Editor: Monthly Bulletin of Massachusetts Parent-Teacher
Association.

Married July 19, 1904, Edward Mitchell Barney, of Lynn, Mass.

Address : Mrs. E. M. Barney, 21 Baltimore St., Lynn, Mass.

1877. ELIZABETH COCKS STOCKING (SCUDDER). B.S.

Born April 6, 1866, Ossining, N. Y.

Taught in Simsbury, Conn., 1895-96; Hampton Institute, Va., 1919 .

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Married April 29, 1896, Arthur Henry Scudder (No. 1862). Children:
Fisk William, b. February 27, 1897 ; Anna Elizabeth, b. March 23, 1898 ;
Ruth Delanoy, b. July 8, 1900; Alice, b. August 7, 1907 (deceased).

Address: Mrs. A. H. Scudder, Weatogue, Conn.

1878. ABJBY MAY THOMPSON. Ph.B. (gen. hon., 2'nd grade;
sp. hon., Biol.). Born January 30, 1864, Milton Plantation, Me.

Studied in Mass. Institute of Technology, 1895-96. Taught in High

School, Charlestown, Mass., 1896 (head of department of English).

Address : 1200 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass.

1879. SARAH BERTHA TUCKER (KURT). Ph.B. (sp. hon.,
Cheni., Biol.}. Born February 13, 1869, Durham, Conn.

Taught in High School, Willimantic, Conn., 1895-96; Reading, Mass.,
1897-1991.

Married August 12, 1896, Franklin Thomas Kurt (No. 1850). Child:
Franklin Thorndike, b. March 4, 1904.

Address : 86 Prince St., West Newton, Mass.

1880. *FRANCES LOUISE WEEKS. B.S. Born March 13,
1871, Middlefield, Conn. Sister of No. 2044. Died March 4, 1910, New
Haven, Conn.

1881. MAUD ELOISE WELLS (WEEKS). B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade; sp. hon., Math.). <J>. B. K. Born December 5, 1871, New Haven,
Conn.

Taught in High School, Middletown, Conn., 1895-97; Marlboro, Mass.,
1897-98.

Married September 14, 1898, Edgar Weeks, of Marlboro, Mass. Chil-
dren : Beatrice Louise, b. November 15, 1899 (B.A., Mt. Holyoke, 1921) ;
Walter Rogers, b. March 31, 1901; Constance Dorothea, b. October n,
1902; Kenneth Wells, b. May 17, 1904; Muriel Elizabeth, b. June 26,
1910.

Address: Mrs. Edgar Weeks, 47 Pleasant St., Marlboro, Mass.



CLASS OF 1896.

1882. JOHN ABRAHAM ANDERSON. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade; sp. lion., Hist.). <i>. N. 0. $. B. K. Born August 14, 1873,
Chicago, 111.

In the photo-engraving business, New York, N. Y., 1896 . Secre-
tary and treasurer, Consolidated Engraving Company, New York, N. Y.,
1904-07; president, 1907 .

Address : Leonia, N. J.

1883. WILLIAM WRIGHT ANDERSON. B.S. A. K. E. Born

December 14, 1872, Wellsville, N. Y.

Vice-principal of High School, Wellsville, N. Y., 1896-98. Taught in
Westminster School, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., 1898-1900. With the Edison
Electric Illuminating Company, New York, N. Y., 1901-02; Oil Well
Supply Company, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1902 (now export manager).

Married July 6, 1904, Frances May Wormley, of Elmira, N. Y. Child:
Frances Eleanor, b. February 3, 1911.

Address : 215 Water St., Pittsburgh, Pa.

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1884. CORNELIUS ROACH BERRIEN. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade). 4>. N. . 4>. B. K. Born May 30, 1873, Montclair, N. J.
Brother of No. 2348.

On the staff of The Evening Sun, New York, N. Y., 1898-1913 (finan-
cial editor, 1909-13). Financial editor of The Sun, New York, 1913-16.
Assistant secretary, Central Trust Company of New York j(now Central
Union Trust Company), 1916-17; vice-president, 1917 .

Married July 3, 1898, Grace Eleanor Beardmore, of Boonton, N. J.
Children: John Beardmore (No. 3626), b. August 15, 1899; Janet, b.
September 4, 1900; Stephen, b. March 30, 1903 (class of 1925) ;
Elizabeth, b. July 7, 1904; Geoffrey, b. June 16, 1911.

Address : 160 Lorraine Ave., Upper Montclair, N. J.

1885. ALBERT FRANCIS BLAKESLEE. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade)', M.A., Harvard University, 1900; Ph.D., Harvard, 1904.
<. N. 9. . B. K. Born November 9, 1874, Geneseo, N. Y. Brother of
No. 1737-

Taught in Montpelier Seminary, Vt, 1896-98; East Greenwich
Academy, R. I., 1898-99. Assistant in Botany, and graduate student,
Harvard University, 1899-1900; Teaching Fellow, 1900-03. Instructor
in Botany, Radcliffe College, 1900-02. Assistant in Botany, Summer
School, Cold Spring Harbor, N. Y., 1901-02. Investigator in Europe,
for the Carnegie Institution, 1904-06. Instructor in Botany, Harvard
University, 1906-07. Director of Summer School, and Professor of
Botany, Conn. Agricultural College, 1907-14; Professor of Botany and
Genetics, 1914-15. Resident Investigator in Plant Genetics, Carnegie
Station for Experimental Evolution, Cold Spring Harbor, N. Y.,

1915 . Vice-president, American Society of Naturalists, 1916.

Author : Sexual Reproduction in the Mucorineae, 1904 ; New England
Trees in Winter (with C. D. Jarvis), 1911 ; Trees in Winter (with C. D.
Jarvis), 1913.

Married June 26, 1919, Margaret Dickson Bridges, of Binghamton,



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