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N. Y.

Address: Cold Spring Harbor, N. Y.

1886. FRANCIS COBB BROWN. B.A. A. A. 4>. Born March

5, 1874, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Studied in New York Law School, 1896-98. Practising law in
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1898 .

Married October 16, 1909, Anna Gildersleeve Johnson, of Brooklyn,
N. Y.

Address : 104 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.

1887. WILLIAM HARRY BURGWIN. B.A. A. A. <i>. Born
October 22, 1868, Mount Washington, Md.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1896 .

Author: Practical Evangelism, 1914. Editor: Minutes of New York
East Conference, 1908-10.

Married June 30, 1896, Edith White Puckey, of Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Children: Harry Puckey (No. 3496), b. November 21, 1897; Frank
Summerfield (No. 3631), b. February 28, 1900; Florence Elizabeth, b.
April 25, 1905 ; Edith Lillian, b. December 20, 1908.

Address : 31 Broadway, Amityville, N. Y.

1888. ALFRED BURNETTE CASE. Ph.B. X. *. Born
January 18, 1874, Jamestown, N. Y.

Taught in Housatonic Valley Institute, Cornwall, Conn., 1897-98;

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Vermont Episcopal Institute, Burlington, Vt, 1898-99; Bordentown

Military Institute, N. J., 1899 .

Address : Jamestown, N. Y.

1889. WILLIAM BARRETT CASS. B.A. *. T. Born Novem-
ber i, 1874, Medfield, Mass.

Correspondent in New York, N. Y., for several Western newspapers,
1896-97. Insurance correspondent in New York, N. Y., for The Chicago
Inter-Ocean, 1897-1900. On the staff of The New York Times, 1897-
1906. Studied in New York Law School, 1897-98. Editor and publisher
of The Eclectic Magazine, 1905-07. Founder and publisher of The
Market World, New York, 1908-10. Financial writer, 1912-14. Tele-
graph editor, New York Herald, 1914-16. Editor, Standard Financial
Digest Service, 1914-17; Standard Daily Trade Service, 1917-19.

Editor, My Letter, 1919 . Second lieutenant, pth Coast Defense

Command, New York Guard. Editor: Annual Financial Review of
The Nezv York Times, 1902, 1906-10.

Married March 23, 1912, Nancy Kathleen Bagnell, of Gabarouse, Cape
Breton, N. S., Canada. Child: Barrett Bagnell, b. March 22, 1913.

Address : 77 Broad St., New York, N. Y.



1890. JASON FRANKLIN CHASE. B.A., 1899; S.T.B., Boston
University, 1901. A. K. E. Born March 7, 1872, Boston, Mass.

General agent for Powers, Fowler & Lewis, of Chicago (educational
specialties), 1896-98. Studied in the School of Theology, Boston Uni-
versity, 1899-1901. Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Confer-
ence, 1900-07. Secretary, New England Watch and Ward Society,

1907 . U. S. delegate to International Purity Federation, 1913, '14,

'15, '17. New England executive for law enforcement of the Federal
Commission on Training Camp Activities, War and Navy departments,
1917-18. Author: The Dope Traffic; The First Corps of Moral
Engineers. Editor : 29th to 4ist Annual Reports, N. E. Watch and
Ward Society.

Married June 19, 1901, Bertha Newell, of Springfield, Mass. Children :
Jason Newell, b. February 3, 1904; Lois Eaton, b. September 23, 1914.

Address: 186 Stratford St., West Roxbury, Mass.

1891. HENRY LOREN CLEMENTS. B.A. <. N. 0. Born
September 23, 1873, Moscow, Pa.

Studied in American School of Applied Music, New York, N. Y.,
1896-98. Teacher of music, organist and choirmaster in various New
York City churches, 1898 . Lecturer on musical subjects. Com-
poser: A Virginian Romance, 1920; Audrey, 1921 (book by H. M. Barr).

Married June 30, 1908, Mary Elizabeth Wilson, of Stamford, Conn.

Address : 562 Seventh St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

1892. JAMES BROOKS COMINS. Ph.B.; M.D., Hahnemann
Medical College, 1899. X. ^. Born October 19, 1871, Stafford Springs,
Conn.

Studied in Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa., 1896-99.

Practising medicine in Springfield, Mass., 1899 . Visiting physician,

Wesson Memorial Hospital, Springfield, Mass.

Married August 25, 1903, Ada Bertha Bragg, of Braggville, Mass.
Children: Alice Bragg, b. January 22, 1905; Barbara Brooks, b. May
20, 1909.

Address : 4 Chestnut St., Springfield, Mass.



1896] GRADUATES.

1893. MELROSE DELMONT DAVIES. Ph.B. A. K. E. Born
July 24, 1873, Winthrop, Me.

Taught in Burr and Burton Seminary, Manchester, Vt., 1896-97. Vice-
principal, Windham High School, Willimantic, Conn., 1897-99. Travel-
ing representative, International Leather Company, of Boston, Mass.,
1900-08; Angier Company, automobile supplies, Boston, 1908-12;
Standard Woven Fabric Company, Walpole, Mass., 1912 .

Married November 18, 1907, Lillian Alice Angier, of Boston, Mass.
Child : Eleanor Angier, b. December 30, 1908.

Address : 55 Warren Road, Framingham, Mass.

1894. HART SILAS FULLER. Ph.B. Born June 17, 1872,
Ellenville, N. Y.

Taught in Mount Pleasant Military Academy, Ossining, N. Y., 1896-
98. Methodist Episcopal minister, Vermont and New York Conferences,
1899 .

Married March 26, 1902, Ruth Julia Sawyer, of Brattleboro, Vt, who
died December 25, 1908. Married May 14, 1910, Tillie Maud Watson,
of New York, N. Y.

Address: Goshen, N. Y.

1895. JAMES HENRY FULLER. Ph.B. A. K. E. Born January
i, 1869, Lenox, Pa.

Taught in Merrill Business College, Stamford, Conn., 1896-99; High
School, Scranton, Pa., 1899-1902. Principal of High School, Vandling,
Pa., 1903-04; Grammar School No. 36, Stranton, Pa., 1904-16; Con-
tinuation School, Scranton, 1916 .

Married June 15, 1905, Vertie Kate Dix, of Moosic, Pa. Children:
James Ronald, b. March 12, 1906; Douglas Theodore, b. July 4, 1908;
Helen Dix, b. July 29, 1911; Reed Bufort, b. August 12, 1915.

Address : 1020 Delaware St., Scranton, Pa.

1896. ALBERT JABESH HARRIS. B.S.; M.D., University of
Buffalo, 1903. Born June 28, 1871, Buffalo, N. Y. Brother of J. R.
Harris (class of 1898).

Engaged in the manufacture of soap, Buffalo, N. Y., 1896-98. Studied
in Medical School, University of Buffalo, 1899-1903. Practising medi-
cine in Buffalo, N. Y., 1903 .

Married April 26, 1905, Bertha Kamman, of Buffalo, N. Y. Children :
Margene Louise, b. May 26, 1906; Monroe Kamman, b. July 27, 1907.

Address : 442 East Utica St., Buffalo, N. Y.

1897. OLIN WESLEY HILL. B.A. (sp. lion., Hist.}. B. 9. II.
Born March 15, 1873, New Haven, Conn.

Traveling representative of Roehm & Sons, fraternity jewelers,
Detroit, Mich., 1896-97. Engaged in journalism, New Haven, Conn.,
1897-1900; New York, N. Y., 1900-06; banking, New York, 1906-12;
investments, Boston, Mass., 1912-20. Director and editor, investment
service, Babson Statistical Organization, 1920 .

Married October I, 1910, Leah Margaret Brown, of New York, N. Y.

Address : Babson Statistical Organization, Wellesley Hills, Mass.

1898. CHARLES SAMUEL LEAVENWORTH. B.A. (gen. Hon.,
1st grade)', B.A., Yale University, 1897; M.A., Yale, 1899. 3>. N. 9.
<. B. K. Born July 17, 1874, New Haven, Conn.

Graduate student in Yale University, 1896-97, 1898-99, 1919 .

Traveled in Europe, 1897-98. Professor of History, Imperial Nanyang

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College, Shanghai, China, 1899-1900, 1901-05. Studied in Cambridge
University, England, 1900-01. American vice-consul, Nagasaki, Japan,
1905-06. Studied in Europe, 1906-08. Received decoration of the Double
Dragon from the Chinese Government, 1905. Author: The Arrow
War with China, 1901 ; The Loochoo Islands, 1905.

Married June i, 1916, Katherine Rose Maloney, of New Haven, Conn.

Address : 71 Howe St., New Haven, Conn.

1899. FRANK THADDEUS LOVE. B.A. X. *. Born May 17,
1866, Bradford-on-Avon, England.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Troy Conference, 1896- .

Married June 30, 1896, Mary Juliana Robbins, of Pittsfield, Mass.
Children: Lucile Evelyn, b. August 5, 1902; Victor Robbins, b. June
i, 1904.

Address : Canajoharie, N. Y.

1900. IRVING EDWARD MANCHESTER. B.S. *. T. Born
July 18, 1870, Winsted, Conn. Brother of No. 1567.

Insurance agent, 1896-97. Editor of The Winsted Evening Citizen,
Winsted, Conn., 1897-1904; Connecticut Commercial Bulletin, Hartford,
Conn., 1904-05. President and treasurer, Citizen Printing Company,
Winsted, Conn., 1905-20; managing editor, The Winsted Evening Citizen,
1905-20. Also managing editor of The Litch field County Leader, and
The Winsted Herald. Director, Connecticut Chamber of Commerce,
1918-19; Connecticut Temperance Society (Anti- Saloon League),

1919 . President and treasurer, American Knife Co., Winsted,

Conn., 1920 . Vice-president, Connecticut Editorial Association.

Married November 25, 1896, Emily Gallup Haigh, of New York, N. Y.
Children: Russell Coe, b. September 23, 1897; Lloyd Grant, b. April

26, 1901 ; Catharine Eliza, b. June 26, 1903 ; Randall Stuart, b. January

27, 1909; Priscilla Voorhis, b. January 16, 1911; Barbara Osmun, b.
August 1 6, 1912.

Address : Winsted, Conn.

1901. THOMAS BOWIE MILLER. B.A. A. K. E. Born March
3, 1867, Dumbarton, Scotland.

Studied in Yale Divinity School, 1896-97. Methodist Episcopal min-
ister, Wyoming and New York East Conferences, 1897 .

Married September 23, 1897, Alice May Pease, of Middletown, Conn.
Child : William Bowie, b. March 23, 1903.

Address : Westhampton Beach, N. Y.

1902. *ROBERT AUGUSTUS MONTGOMERY. B.A. A. K. E.
Born March 9, 1863, Old Bridge, N. J.

Office manager for Underwood & Underwood, publishers and
photographers, New York, N. Y., 1896-1917. Died December 23, 1917,
Indianapolis, Ind.

Married January 2, 1899, Florence A. Bailey, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Children: Irene, b. July 8, 1900; Margaret, b. September 20, 1902;
Florence, b. October 17, 1906.

1903. GEORGE MILES MOODY. B.A. *. T. Born January
1 6, 1866, Newport, Vt

Methodist Episcopal minister, Troy Conference, 1896 .

Married September 29, 1896, Ida Elizabeth Fort, of Mechanicsville,
N. Y. Children; Cornelius Stockwell, b. August 19, 1897; Dwighf
Lyman, b. July 9, 1900; Florence, b. February 6, 1910.

Address: Pittsfield, Mass.

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1904. WILLIAM HENRY SEWARD MOREY. Ph.B. B. 6. n.
Born February 20, 1873, Syracuse, N. Y.

With the New York State Engineering Corps, 1897. On the U. S.
Geological Survey, topographic branch, 1897 - . Commissioned first
lieutenant, U. S. Engineer Corps, April, 1917. With the 29th Engineers
in France, July, I9i8-January, 1919.

Married January 18, 1910, Alma T. Saxton, of Port Jefferson, N. Y.
Child: William Henry Seward, b. May 26, 1911.

Address : U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.

1905. ELLIS FRANKLIN NIGHTINGALE. B.A. Born Febru-
ary 8, 1863, Bourne, Mass.

In the painting business, 1896-1902; steam engineering, 1902 - .
Address: unknown.

1906. *LOUIS ARTHUR NORRIS. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade} ;
M.A. (on exam.), 1898. *. B. K. Born October 25, 1874, Lowell, Mass.
Died October n, 1898, Montpelier, Vt, of typhoid fever, contracted in
service in the war with Spain.

1907. GEORGE WINGATE NORTON. B.S. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade; sp. hon., Blol.). ^. T. Born September 6, 1869, Farmington,
Me. Brother of Nos. 1617, 1759, and 1964.

Taught in High School, Strong, Me., 1896-97. Studied in Sloyd Train-
ing School, Boston, Mass., 1897-98. Head of Sloyd Department, Girard
College, Philadelphia, Pa., 1898-1905. Taught in Bryant High School,
New York, N. Y., 1905-10; Bushwick High School, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
1910 - .

Married June 25, 1902, Lillie Jane Wilkinson, of Philadelphia, Pa.

Address: 8425 ii2th Street, Richmond Hill, N. Y.

1908. ALBERT EUGENE OSBORNE. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade). <i>. N. Q. 4>. B. K. Born May 4, 1870, Lathrop, Pa.

With Underwood & Underwood, publishers and photographers, New
York, N. Y., 1896 - . Author: The Stereograph and the Stereoscope.

Married September I, 1904, Emma Louisa Reed (No. 2121, daughter
of No. 783), of New York, N. Y. Children: Richard Reed, b. July 15,
1905; Helen Elizabeth, b. December 4, 1907.; Ashton, b. February 14,



Address: 417 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. Residence: 1086 East
4th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

1909. JOSEPH ADAMS PUFFER. B.A.; S.T.B., Boston Uni-
versity, 1900. Born February 13, 1872, Harrington, Me.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1896-1900.
Preached in M. E. Church, Biddeford, Me., 1900-02. Principal of
High School, Richmond, Me., 1902. Principal of schools, Mass. Indus-
trial School for Boys, Westboro, Mass., 1902-05. Scholar and Honorary
Fellow in Clark University, 1905-07. Pastor of First Unitarian Church,
Gardner, Mass., 1905-08; First Parish Church, Needham, Mass., 1908-11.
Probation officer, Boston Juvenile Court, 1907-10. Lecturer on voca-
tional problems at normal schools and universities, 1912-17. Scholar,
University of Illinois, 1914. Educational director, National Public Wel-
fare League, Kansas City, Mo., 1918-20. Field secretary, National Child
Welfare Association, New York, N. Y., 1920-21 ; National Public Wel-
fare League, Kansas City, Mo., 1921 - . Lecturer on vocational

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problems in Eastern and Central departments, Army Y. M. C. A., 1918 ;
vocational secretary, Southern department, 1919. Author : The Boy and
his Gang, 1912; Vocational Guidance, 1916. Editor: Vocational Series
for Grades, High Schools, and Teachers.

Married October i, 1903, Emily Hope Rice, of Berlin, Mass. Chil-
dren: Evelyn Hope, b. October 30, 1905; Ruth Rice, b. August 31, 1907;
Stanwood Adams, b. August 9, 1909; Marjorie, b. August 30, 1912.

Address: Berlin, Mass. Office: 510 Manhattan Bldg., Kansas City,
Mo.

1910. JAMES PULLMAN. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd grade) ; M.D.,
Yale University, 1899. A. A. 4>. $. B. K. Born December 3, 1874,
Birmingham, Conn. Son of No. 745 ; brother of Nos. 1418 and 1717,
and of J. C. Pullman (class of 1899).

Studied in Yale Medical School, 1896-99. Interne in General Hospital,
Paterson, N. J., 1899-1901. Practising medicine in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
1901 . Attending physician, Kings County Hospital.

Married January 31, 1912, Mabel Ross Brazier, of Toronto, Canada.
Children: John, b. December 16, 1912; James, b. August 11, 1914;
Gertrude, b. September 23, 1918.

Address: 155 Reid Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.

1911. ERNEST SCOTT QUIMBY. B.A. ; M.A., New York Uni-
versity, 1917. A. K. E. Born July 15, 1872, Exeter, N. H. Son of
No. 634; brother of No. 1621.

Studied in Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1897-98. Taught
in the Drisler School, New York, N. Y., 1898-1902. Studied in Columbia
University, 1902-03. Taught in the DeWitt Clinton High School, New
York, 1963-05; Stuyvesant High School, New York, 1905-13; Evander
Childs High School, New York, 1913 .

Married October 20, 1906, Bertha Hodgdon, of Rochester, N. H.

Address : 244 East 86th St., New York, N. Y.

1912. *RICHARD REED REYNOLDS. B.A. B. 9. II. Born
July i, 1869, Redruth, Cornwall, England. Methodist Episcopal minister.
Died June 4, 1901, Alamogordo, N. Mex.

1913. WILLIAM EUGENE SCHIMPFF. B.S. Born March 4,
1875, Scranton, Pa.

Taught in grammar and high schools, Scranton, Pa., 1896-1901. Prac-
tised law in Scranton, 1901-03. Manager, North Pacific Brewing Com-
pany, Astoria, Ore., 1903-15. Secretary, Oregon Cranberry Growers

Association, 1915 . Sales manager, Pacific Cranberry Exchange,

1921. Fruit grower. Member, Sanitary and Reclamation Commission,
City of Astoria, 1913-17; Oregon House of Representatives, 1917-19;
Oregon State Council of Defense, 1917-19.

Married April 22, 1903, Jennie Marie Wich, of Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Address: Astoria, Ore.

1914. JOHN FOSTER SEARLES. B.A. (sp. hon., Hist.).
<t>. N. 8. Born October 16, 1872, New Haven, Conn.

Treasurer, American Loom Company, Readville, Mass., 1896-1901.

Engaged in agriculture and fruit-raising, Bradentown, Fla., 1901 .

District Vocational Officer, Federal Board for Vocational Education,
1918-19.

Married April 29, 1897, Blanche Coe, of Brooklyn, N. Y.

Address : Tryon, N. C.

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1915. EDMUND DAVID SEARLS. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade) ; M.A. (on exam.), 1898. ^. T. <>. B. K. Born April 13, 1869,
Chelsea, Me.

Assistant, and graduate student, Wesleyan University, 1896-98.
Taught in Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1898-1904; Moses
Brown School, Providence, R. I., 1904-09; High School, New Bedford,
Mass., 1909 (assistant principal, 1911 ).

Married July 2, 1901, Edith Manson Foss, of Mount Vernon, Me.
Children: Marion Edith, b. October 24, 1906; Harold Edmund, b.
March 28, 1908.

Address: 19 Maple View Terrace, New Bedford, Mass.

1916. VERNON BENJAMIN SWETT. B.A. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade). $. N. 0. *. B. K. Born May 3, 1870, Milton Plantation, Me.
Brother of No. 2509.

With the Fisk Teachers' Agency, Boston, Mass., 1896-97. Clerk and
solicitor for the Provident Life and Trust Company, Boston, Mass., 1897-
1908; assistant general agent, 1908-11; general agent, 1911 . Trus-
tee, Kents Hill Seminary; Wesleyan University, 1919 . President,

Boston Life Underwriters Association, 1915. Member, Boston Com-
mittee of Port and Harbor Facilities Commission, U. S. Shipping Board,
1918. Secretary, Newton City Planning Board, 1914 .

Married June 27, 1898, Olivia Howell Hatfield (class of 1897), who
died June 14, 1900. Married January 14, 1903, Helen Gertrude Eager,
of Newton, Mass. Children: Mabel Eager, b. January 18, 1904;
William Andrews, b. September 8, 1908 ; Elizabeth, b. February 9, 1910.

Address : Merchants Bank Building, Boston, Mass. Residence : 180
Franklin St., Newton, Mass.

1917. JOSEPH WILLARD THOMAS. B.A. X. *. Born
December 13, 1867, North Gorham, Me.

Taught in Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Mass., 1896-97; High-
land Military Academy, 1897-1900; Sedgwick Institute, Great Barring-
ton, Mass., 1900-02; High School, West Springfield, Mass., 1902-13.
Principal, High School, East Douglas, Mass., 1913-14. Taught in High
School, Waterbury, Conn., 1914-18. Head of Science Department, High
School, Quincy, Mass., 1918 .

Married June 22, 1898, Beatrice Sarah Smith, of Winsted, Conn.
Children: Willard, b. and d. August n, 1901; Doris Julia, b. January
31, 1904; Joseph Smith, b. July 24, 1905; Rachel Matilda, b. April 30,
1908.

Address : 103 Putnam St., Quincy, Mass.

1918. *GEORGE DALLAS THOMPSON. B.A. B. 6. n. Born
February 21, 1874, Camden, N. J. Methodist Episcopal minister. Died
October 5, 1898, Bridgeton, N. J.

1919. GEORGE LEAVITT TIRRELL. B.S. (gen. hon., 2nd
grade; sp. hon., Biol). A. A. $. 4>. B. K. Born October 26, 1874,
South Chatham, Mass. Brother of Nos. 1820 and 2169.

Taught school, 1896-98. Engaged in journalism, New York, N. Y.,
1898-1910. Secretary to the Comptroller of New York, 1910-11. Secre-
tary, Finance Department, New York, 1911-14. Director, Bureau ^ of
Personal Service, New York, 1915-18. Special assistant to the vice-
president, U. S. Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation, 1918-19.
Deputy comptroller, Emergency Fleet Corporation, 1919 .

Married, 1898, Annie Seibles Howard, of Atlanta, Ga. Children:
Walter Howard, b. 1899; Julia Harding, b. 1902; Valerie, b. 1906.

Address : 20 Rutland Road, Brooklyn, N. Y.



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1920. WILLIAM BRAMAN TOWER. B.A. $. N. 6. Born

September 4, 1872, North Brookfield, Mass.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York and New York East Con-
ferences, 1898 . Secretary, survey department, Centenary Commis-
sion, Board of Foreign Missions, 1918-19. Assistant secretary, Board
of Foreign Missions, 1920 .

Married August 30, 1905, Estelle Hunter, of Newburgh, N. Y.
Children: William Braman, b. September 2, 1906; Mary, b. July 6,
1909.

Address: 150 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y.

1921. HENRY DEIDERICH TRINKAUS. B.A. A. K. E.
Born June I, 1867, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1897 .

Married June 2, 1897, Esther Marietta Belden, of Rocky Hill, Conn.
Children: George Belden, b. September 24, 1898; Clifford Daniels, b.
May 18, 1904, d. October 2, 1907; Henry Deiderich, b. June 9, 1905;
Esther Amalia, b. January i, 1907; Frederick Philip, b. June 19, 1908.

Address : Southampton, N. Y.

1922. JOHN HENRY WARD. B.A. B. 9. II. Born March 19,
1873, Dormansville, N. Y.

Secretary, J. G. Ward & Sons, cider and vinegar manufacturers,
Ravena, N. Y., 1897-1902; Ward Coal and Fruit Company, Ravena,
1902-12. Confidential clerk to L. H. Weaver, sash and door manu-
facturer, Hudson, N. Y., 1909-12. Conducted a feed store, Stephentown,
N. Y., 1912-15. Secretary, Weaver Building and Supply Co., Hudson,
N. Y., 1915-16. Superintendent, Crooks' Baker, Inc., Newburgh, N. Y.,
1916-19. Office secretary, Y. M. C. A., Newburgh, 1919 .

Married April 26, i8"99, Eva Maud Wrightson, of Ravena, N. Y.
Child : John Henry, b. May 25, 1905.

Address: 113 Carter St., Newburgh, N. Y.

1923. *WILBUR ABBOTT WELCH. B.A. *. T. Born June
8, 1873, New York, N. Y. Brother of No. 1499, and of O. L. Welch
(class of 1891).

In business in New York, N. Y., 1896-1917. Died September 23, 1917,
Long Beach, Cal.

1924. RENWICK WHITE. B.A. Born June 10, 1874, South
Sherborn, Mass.

On the staff of The Providence Journal, R. L, and in business in
Boston, Mass., 1896-97. Taught in Mayer, Ariz., 1897-98. Principal of
schools, Springerville, Ariz., 1898-1900. Taught in Dos Cabezos, Ariz.,
1900. Postmaster and assistant postmaster, Douglas, Ariz. ; also engaged
in business, 1901-04. On the staff of The Arizona International,
Douglas, Ariz., 1904-05. Cashier of The Bisbee Daily Rev'wv, Ariz.,
1905-06. Editor of The Naco Budget, Ariz., 1906; The Paradise Record,
Ariz., 1906-11. Publisher of The Artesian Belt, 1911-16; The A jo
Copper News, 1916 .

Address: Ajo, Ariz.

1925. AUGUSTA MING BRITTON (HARTIN). Ph.B. Born

August 12, 1874, New York, N. Y.

Studied in State Normal School, Albany, N. Y., 1896-98. Taught in
Lawrence, N. Y., 1898-99; New York, N. Y., 1899-1902.



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Married June 14, 1902, William Gooding Hartin, of Fultonville, N. Y.
Child : Mary, b. December 27, 1903.
Address : unknown.

1926. ISABELLA JAMIESON CHURCH. Ph.B. Born July 12,
1873, Middletown, Conn. Sister of May W. Church (class of 1901).

Taught in St. Gabriel's School Peekskill, N. Y., 1896-97 ; Lewis High
School, Southington, Conn., 1897-1900; Miss Beard's School for Girls,
Orange, N. J., 1900-19.

Address : Sheffield, Mass.

1927. JEAN LOUISE DEFOREST (LEWIS). Ph.B. (sp. hon.,
Phil.} ; M.A., Columbia University, 1902. Born September 2, 1875,
Brooklyn, N. Y. Granddaughter of No. 320.

Graduate student in Columbia University, 1901-02. Taught in Pamlico
School, Pompton, N. J., 1902-04; Mount Vernon Seminary, Washington,

D. C., 1904-06. Engaged in literary work, 1909 . Resided in London,

England, 1914-16. Author: The Love Affair of a Homely Girl, 1914;
Molly, 1915; also of short stories.

Married May 31, 1917, Norman Lewis, of Goderich, Ont., Canada.

Address : Mrs. Norman Lewis, Apt. 208, 1356 Pearl St., Denver, Col.

1928. MAY STOCKBRIDGE FINNEY (WILFORD). Ph.B. Born
May 2, 1874, Hartford, Conn.

Taught in a grammar school, New Britain, Conn., 1896-97 ; High
School, Branford, Conn., 1897-1900.

Married October 10, 1900, Bernard Spencer Wilford, of Branford,
Conn. Children : Elizabeth Grannis, b. October r, 1902, d. April 22,
1915; Anna Finney, b. February 5, 1904; Katherine Lawrence, b.
April 6, 1906; Charles Hildreth, b. November 16, 1908.

Address : Mrs. B. S. Wilford, Mountain View Farm, Cornwall Bridge,
Conn.

1929. CHRISTINE KELLOGG GLOVER (FROST). B.S. Born
December 23, 1871, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Married October 25, 1899, Fredric Worthen Frost (No. 1791). Chil-
dren : Fredric Worthen, b. December 23, 1900 (class of 1922) ;
Constance Hopkins, b. August 22, 1905.

Address: Mrs. F. W. Frost, 939 Sterling Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.



1930. EDITH ROCHELLE GRAVES (HARRIMAN). Ph.B.
(gen. hon., ist grade}. <. B. K. Born July I, 1874, New Rochelle,
N. Y. Daughter of No. 282; sister of Nos. 1669 and 1826.

Engaged in teaching, 1896-98.

Married July 7, 1898, Henry Ingraham Harriman (No. 1846). Chil-
dren: Eunice Alberta, b. September 8, 1903; Barbara Ingraham, b.
January 21, 1913; Gordon Douglas, b. March 31, 1916.

Address: Mrs. H. I. Harriman, 825 Centre St., Newton, Mass.

1931. LILLIAN GREY INGLIS (LARRABEE). Ph.B. (sp. hon.,
Biol.}. Born December 17, 1875, Middletown, Conn. Sister of No.
1503, and of H. J. Inglis (class of 1902).

Taught in St. Katharine's Hall, Davenport, Iowa, 1896-1901.

Married September 4, 1901, William Larrabee, Jr., of Clermont, Iowa.
Children: William Inglis, b. and d. July 6, 1902; William, b. July 16,
1904; Lillian Innes, b. July 2, 1906; Helen Augusta, b. June 3, 1911;
James, b. May 23, 1915; Janet, b. May 23, 1915.

Address: Mrs. William Larrabee, Jr., Clermont, Iowa.



GRADUATES. [1896

1932. ANNA JOSEPHINE KELLOGG (SMITH). B.S. (sp.
hon., Rom. Lang.}. Born November 8, 1870, Boston, Mass.

Married July 2, 1900, A. L. Smith, of Toronto, Canada. Children:



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