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Address: Gainesville, Fla.

2077. BERTRAM FREDERIC DODD. Ph.B. X. *. Born
February 3, 1874, Middletown, Conn. Brother of No. 2205.

Taught in Redding, Conn., 1899-1900. Graduate student, Wesleyan
University, 1900-01. Principal of a grammar school, West Suffield,
Conn., 1901-03; Highwood Grammar School, New Haven, 1903-04;
Westtown St. School, Norwich, 1904-05 ; Fall School, Norwich, 1905 .

Address : Cheshire, Conn.

2078. FREDERICK LINCOLN FLINCHBAUGH. B.A. (hon.,
gen. sch.}; B.D., Episcopal Theological School, 1902; D.D., Cedarville
College, 1914, and Wesleyan, 1920. 4>. N. 6. <. B. K. Born November
14, 1874, York, Pa.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1899-1900; Union
Theological Seminary, 1900-01 ; Episcopal Theological School, Cam-
bridge, Mass., 1901-02. Assistant minister, St. Stephen's (Protestant
Episcopal) Church, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1902-04. Rector of St. John's
Church, Salem, N. J., 1904-06; Calvary Church, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1906-

08; Calvary Church, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1908 . Y. M. C. A. special

war secretary, 1917. Civilian chaplain, Camp Sherman, Ohio, 1917.
Executive secretary, Joint Ohio Church War Commission, 1918-19.

Married June 12, 1901, Lillian Berry, of Hamilton, Ohio, who died
December 6, 1907. Married June 3, 1919, Anne Harrison Bacot, of New
York, N. Y. Children : Frederick Philip, b. March 9, 1902, d. October
13, 1906; Anne Harrison, b. August 25, 1920.

Address : 3780 Clifton Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio.

2079. CHARLES GUSTAVUS GIRELIUS. B.A.; S.T.B.,
Boston University, 1902. X. ^. Born January 24, 1873, Stephen's
Pottery, Ga.

Studied in School of Theology, Boston University, 1899-1902.
Preached in M. E. Church, Patapsco, Md., 1902-03; Twenty-fourth St.
M. E. Church, Baltimore, Md., 1903-04. Methodist Episcopal minister,
Baltimore Conference, 1904-08. Pastor of Presbyterian Church, Wil-
liamsport, Pa., 1908-12. Investigator, Child-helping Department, Russell
Sage Foundation, 1912. District superintendent, New Jersey Children's
Home Society, 1913 .

Married October 21, 1914, Velma Viola Yocum, of Philadelphia, Pa.
Child: Velma Annette, b. October 2, 1915.

Address : Vineland, N. J.

2080. ARTHUR [FREDERICK] GOODRICH. Ph.B. (high
hon., gen. sch.; sp. hon., Eng.~). A. K. E. <. B. K. Born February 18,
1878, New Britain, Conn.

University Scholar, Columbia, 1899-1900. On the staff of The World's
Work, 1900-03; managing editor, 1901-03. Associate editor, Outing,
1903-04, 1906. Foreign correspondent of Outing and The American

Magazine, 1904-05. Author, and contributor to periodicals, 1906 .

Engaged in manufacturing, New Britain, Conn., 1906-14. Commissioned
captain, U. S. Army, 1918. Served on the General Staff, 1919. Major,
Reserve Corps, 1919. Author: The Balance of Pozver, 1906; Gleam

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o' Dawn, 1908; The Lady without Jewels, 1909; The Yardstick Man,
1910; The Man with an Honest Face, 1911 ; The Sign of Freedom, 1916;
and three plays.

Married May 15, 1907, Alice Elizabeth Dougherty, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
who died September 30, 1920. Children: Evelyn Hampden, b. March
5, 1908; Eleanor Wells, b. November I, 1909; Elizabeth Ocain, b. July
26, 1913.

Address : Players' Club, New York, N. Y. Residence : 96 Columbia
Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y.

2081. J[AMES] GARDNER GOODWIN. B.S. (hon., gen. sch.) ;
M.S., State University of Iowa, 1904. X. ^. Born June 27, 1869,
Centerville, Conn.

Associate Professor of Natural Sciences, Simpson College, Iowa, 1899-
1903. Fellow, State University of Iowa, 1903-04. Chemist, Aluminum
Company of America, East St. Louis, Mo., 1904-05; U. S. Geological
Survey Fuel Testing Plant, St. Louis, Mo., 1905-07. Assistant in Chem-
istry, University of Pennsylvania, 1907-09. Professor of Chemistry and
Physics, Girard College, Philadelphia, Pa., 1909-10. University Scholar,
University of Pennsylvania, 1910-11. Inspector and chemist, Panama
Canal Commission, 1911-13. Engaged in research, Standard Chemical
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1913-14. Professor of Chemistry, Rockford
College, 1915-19. Traveling salesman, Schaar & Company, Chicago, 111.,
1919-20.

Address : unknown.

2082. CHARLES ARTHUR HADLEY. B.A. (hon., gen. sch.}.
$. N. 0. Born December 2, 1871, Theresa, N. Y.

Preached in M. E. Church, Sterling, N. Y., 1899-1900. Engaged in

farming, Black River, N. Y., 1900 . Y. M. C. A. secretary in France,

June, igiS-April, 1919. Trustee of W r esleyan University, 1913-19.

Married November 8, 1899, Ruth Wood Haight, of Norwich, N. Y.
Children: Cotheal Durston, b. October 6, 1900 (class of 1922);
Frederick Henry, b. April 30, 1905.

Address : Black River, N. Y.

2083. ROBERT ELLSWORTH HARNED. B.A. ; B.D., Drew
Theological Seminary, 1903; M.A. (on exam.), Wesleyan, 1914. x l r . T.
Born October 31, 1877, New Haven, Conn.

Assistant Librarian, Wesleyan University, 1899-1900. Studied in Drew
Theological Seminary, 1900-03. Joined New York East Conference,
M. E. Church, 1903. Assistant editor, Missionary Society, 1903-07;
Board of Foreign Missions, 1907-11; editor-in-chief, 1911-12. Librarian,
Drew Theological Seminary, 1912-19. Secretary to the President of
Northwestern University, 1919-20. Editor : Annual Reports of the Mis-
sionary Society, 1904, '05, '06; of the Board of Foreign Missions, 1907,
'08, '09, '10, 'n; Atlas of Foreign Missions, M. E. Church, 1909.

Married May 26, 1903, Sadie Belle Whittlesey, of Madison, N. J.
Children: Herbert Whittlesey, b. March 21, 1905, d. March 9, 1913;
Robert Ellsworth, b. July 4, 1908; Curtis Whittlesey, b. April 26, 1910;
Mildred Louise, b. March 7, 1915.

Address: 933 Columbia St., South Pasadena, Cal.

2084. PERRY CHILDS HILL. B.A. (hon., gen. sch.~). A. A. <.
$. B. K Born November 9, 1878, Newport, R. I. Brother of No. 2214.

^With the Michigan Central Railroad Company, 1899-1914; Calvert
Lithographing Company, Detroit, Mich., 1914-17; Detroit Twist Drill
Company, 1917 .

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Married July 8, 1908, Marianna Nicholson Buffum, of Newport, R. I.
Children: Perry Childs, b. December 12, 1910; Mary Buffum, b. June
17, 1912.

Address : 860 Glynn Court, Detroit, Mich.

2085. FRED WOODING HUTCHINSON. B.S. X. *. Born
March 31, 1877, Bristol, Conn.

Assistant in Astronomy, Wesleyan University, 1899-1900. Taught in
High School, Manchester, Conn., 1900-02; Gilbert School, Winsted,
Conn., 1902-04; Drury High School, North Adams, Mass., 1904-06.
Principal of High School, Lee, Mass., 1906-10; Ansonia, Conn., 1910-12;
Needham, Mass., 1912-16; Dover, N. H., 1916-18. Teaching in Technical
High School, Springfield, Mass., 1918 .

Married June 28, 1905, Genevieve Louise Hertzler, of Hartford, Conn.
Children: Richard Henry, b. June 8, 1906; Robert Eden, b. April 18,
1909, d. November 7, 1918; Charles Wooding, b. February 7, 1911;
Margaret Lois, b. October 20, 1915; Fred Wooding, b. January 4, 1918,
d. August 20, 1920.

Address : East Longmeadow, Mass.

2086. EDWIN WALTER KEMMERER. B.A. (hon., gen. sch.} ;
Ph.D., Cornell University, 1903. A. K. E. <. B. K. Born June 29, 1875,
Scranton, Pa.

Fellow, Cornell University, 1899-1901. Assistant to the expert on
trusts and industrial combinations, for the U. S. Industrial Commission,
1901. Instructor in Economics and History, Purdue University, 1901-03.
Financial adviser to the Philippine Commission, 1903. Chief of the
Division of Currency, Philippine Islands, 1903-06. Special commissioner
of U. S. War Department and the Philippine Government to Egypt, to
investigate the subject of agricultural credit, 1906. Assistant Professor
of Political Economy, Cornell University, 1906-09; Professor of
Economics and Finance, 1909-12. Professor of Economics and Finance,
Princeton University, 1912 . Financial adviser to Mexican Govern-
ment, 1917; Guatemalan Government, 1919. Currency expert for the
Philippine Government. Author: Money and Prices; Report on the
Advisability of Establishing an Agricultural Bank in the Philippine
Islands; Report on the Agricultural Bank of Egypt ; Modern Currency
Reforms ; Seasonal Variations in the Demand for Currency and Capital;
Postal Savings; The A B C of the Federal Reserve System; High
Prices and Deflation. Joint author : Standard Banking. Managing
editor: The Economic Bulletin, 1908-10. Associate editor: American
Economic Review, 1910-13.

Married December 24, 1901, Rachel Dickele, of Higganum, Conn.
Children: Donald Lorenzo, b. December 24, 1905; Ruth, b. November
6, 1909.
' Address : Princeton University, Princeton, N. J.

2087. ALBERT ERNEST LEGG. B.A.; D.D, Syracuse Univer-
sity, 1917. A. K. E. Born July 20, 1876, Pascoag, R. I. Brother of
No. 2623.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New England Southern, Central, and

Northern New York Conferences, 1899 . Eastern field agent, Young

People's Missionary Movement, 1910-11. Chaplain, American Expedi-
tionary Force, 1918-19.

Married October 31, 1899, Hattie Bernice Hall (No. 2052). Children:
Mary Hall, b. September 15, 1906, d. October 15, 1908; James Thoburn,
b. February 15, 1909.

Address: 1025 Park Ave., Utica, N. Y.

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2088. WILLIAM HENRY LESLIE. B.A. (Hon., gen. sch.).
. N. . 4>. B. K. Born October 2, 1873, Portsmouth, N. H.

Taught in Maine Wesleyan Seminary, Kents Hill, Me., 1899-1901 ;
Academy of Northwestern University, Evanston, 111., 1901-03; New
Hampshire Conference Seminary, Tilton, N. H., 1903-04. Computer and
editorial assistant, Office of Experiment Stations (U. S. Department of
Agriculture, and Carnegie Institution of Washington), Middletown,
Conn., 1904-07; Nutrition Laboratory (Carnegie Institution), Boston,
Mass., 1907 .

Married August 2, 1900, Bessie F. Jenness, of West Epping, N. H.
Child: Harriet Jenness, b. July 31, 1901.

Address : 210 Brighton Ave., Allston, Mass.

2089. CHARLES MERTON LEWIS. B.A. Born April 30, 1873,
Willsboro, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Troy Conference, 1901 . Engaged

in study, 1903-05. On leave of absence, 1919-20. Supernumerary, 1920.

Married, 1900, Clara Bowen, of Saranac, N. Y. Children : George, b.
1901 ; Clayton, b. 1908.

Address : Crown Point, N. Y.

2000. WILLIAM HENRY LITTEBRANDT. B.A. <f>. N. 0.
Born November 12, 1874, Yonkers, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York Conference, 1902-07. Joined
the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1907. Assistant minister, Church of
the Good Shepherd, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1907-08. Rector, Church of the
Redeemer, Merrick, N. Y., 1908 .

Address : Merrick, L. L, N. Y.

2091. *MYRON JOHN McKOWEN. B.A. X. *. Born August

3, 1872, East Machias, Me. Bookkeeper and cashier. Died May 2,
1908, Brockton, Mass.

2092. WILBUR REED MATTOON. B.A. ; M.F., Yale Univer-
sity, 1904. A. K. E. Born August 14, 1875, Harwich, Mass. Son of
No. 930; brother of No. 2158.

Taught in High School, Kalamazoo, Mich., 1899-1902. Studied in Col-
lege of Forestry, Cornell University, and Yale School of Forestry, 1902-

04. Forest assistant, U. S. Government, 1904-07; assistant forest
inspector, 1907; forest inspector for the Southwest, 1907-08; forest
supervisor, Manzano and Zuni national forests, 1909-12; forest examiner

in Eastern United States, 1912 . President, Washington Section,

Society of American Foresters, 1918-19. Author: several monographs
published by U. S. Department of Agriculture.

Married August 28, 1909, Kate Marie Van Liew, of Watkins, N. Y.
Children: Richard Wilbur, b. February 8, 1912; Martha Ellen, b.
July i, 1913; Catherine Van Liew, b. October 5, 1914; Laura Isabella,
b. March 31, 1917.

Address : Care of Forest Service, Washington, D. C.

2093. WILLIAM ELDRIDGE PARKER. B.S. X. *. Born

September 18, 1876, Saratoga, N. Y.

Taught in High School, Torrington, Conn., 1899-1903. Principal of
High School, and superintendent of schools, Seymour, Conn., 1903-09.
Principal, Centre Grammar School, Norwalk, Conn., 1909-10. Super-
visor of state schools, Ridgefield, Conn., 1910-12; Portland, East

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Hampton, Rocky Hill, and Wethersfield, Conn., 1912-18. Connecticut
representative, Standard Electric Time Company, 1918-19; manager of
Boston office, 1919 . President, Middlesex County Teachers Associa-
tion, 1914-16.

Married August 18, 1902, Helen Marguerite Weeks (sister of Nos.
1880 and 2044), of Middletown, Conn. Child: William Eldridge, b.
September 23, 1912.

Address : Lynnfield Center, Mass.



2094. WARD WILSON PICKARD. B.A. ; LL.B., New York
Law School, 1902. A. A. 4>. Born March 24, 1878, Wilson, N. Y.

Corporal, Co. F, ist Conn. Volunteer Infantry, 1898. With the Carnegie
Steel Company, Cleveland, Ohio, 1899-1900. Studied in New York Law
School, 1900-02. Practised law in New York, N. Y., 1902-14, 1919-20.
President, Eagle Savings and Loan Company, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1914-17.
Director, War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities, in
charge of all camps in Southeast, 1917-18. Head of legal department,
Quartermaster Corps, and Chairman of Claims Board, Office of Director
of Purchase and Storage, General Staff, War Department, 1918-19.
Treasurer and general counsel, Seabrook Company, 1920 .

Married September 14, 1910, Alice Rossington, of Topeka, Kans.
Children: William Rossington, b. July 16, 1914; Nicholas Gibbs, b.
November 7, 1916; Mary Linn, b. October I, 1919.

Address: 14 Wall St., New York,.N. Y. Residence: 83 Whitford
Ave., Nutley, N. J.



2095. ERNEST MARTIN QUITTMEYER. B.A. (hon., gen.
sch.; sp. hon., Phil.}; M.A., Yale University, 1901; LL.B., Yale, 1903;
Ph.D., Yale, 1904. A. K. E. 3>. B. K. Born June 23, 1878, Bridgeport,
Conn.

Principal, Drum Hill High School, Peekskill, N. Y.

Married July 31, 1905, Edith Grace Loreaux, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Children: Marion, b. January 26, 1907; Charles Loreaux, b. December
23, 1917; Robert Theodore, b. September 12, 1920.

Address : Peekskill, N. Y.

2096. CHARLES HARLOW RAYMOND. B.A. (hon., gen.
sch.} ; M.A., Harvard University, 1904. ^. T. <. B. K. Born Novem-
ber 3, 1878, Wilbraham, Mass. Son of No. 1158.

Taught in Hill School, Pottstown, Pa., 1899-1900; Lawrenceville
School, N. J., 1900-03, 1904 . Graduate student in Harvard Univer-
sity, 1903-04. Alumni Secretary, Lawrenceville School, 1910-18. Editor:
Lawrenceville Alumni Bulletin, 1910-18; Old Testament Stories, 1912.

Married June 23, 1904, Jeannette McPherson, of Lawrenceville, N. J.
Children : Jean, b. December 17, 1905 ; Charles Harlow, b. July 5,
1909; Elizabeth, b. August 15, 1912; Clare, b. July 8, 1914; McPherson,
b. June 22, 1918.

Address : Clive House, Lawrenceville, N. J.

2097. ALFRED EUGENE ROBERTS. B.A. (hon., gen. sch.) ;
M.A., Columbia University, 1902. <. N. 6. Born March 5, 1878,
Hartford, Conn. Brother of No. 2767.

Chemist, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Middletown,
Conn., 1899-1900; Cellulose Products Company, Boston, Mass., 1900-01.
Graduate student, Columbia University, 1901-02. Chemist, Old Dominion

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Steamship Company, 1902-03. Member of firm, Bull & Roberts, con-
sulting chemists, New York, N. Y., 1903 .

Married October 2, 1906, Bertha Talcott Robbins, of Wethersfield,
Conn. Child: Barbara Delphine, b. July u, 1917.

Address: 50 West St., New York, N. Y. Residence: 2238 Andrews
Ave., New York, N. Y.

2098. *FRANCIS AUGUSTUS SARGENT. Ph.B. A. K. E.

Born October 26, 1877, Boston, Mass. Medical student. Died February
14, 1902, New York, N. Y.

2099. WARREN FRENCH SHELDON. B.A. (hon., gen. sch.) ;
B.D., Hartford Theological Seminary, 1906; M.A. (Hon.), Wesleyan,
1919. A. A. 3>. 4>. B. K. Born August 27, 1869, Seymour, Conn.

Methodist Episcopal minister, New York East Conference, 1900-12.
Secretary, Wesleyan Alumni Council, 1912-18. Financial secretary.
Y. M. C. A., City of New York, 1918-19. Assistant secretary, Board of

Education, M. E. Church, 1919 . Secretary, Joint Committee, Boards

of Education and Home Missions and Church Extension for tax-
supported and independent colleges and universities. Chaplain, Connecti-
cut House of Representatives, 1905 ; Connecticut Senate, 1907.

Married July 19, 1899, Susan Jane Mantle (No. 1827).

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

2100. FRANK FORESTER SIMONTON. B.A.; M.D., Medical
School of Maine, 1903. A. K. E. Born April 6, 1876, Waldoboro, Me.
Brother of No. 2187.

Studied in Medical School of Maine, 1899-1903. Practised medicine

in Ellsworth, Me., 1903-11; Thompsonville, Conn., 1911 . Mayor

of Ellsworth, Me., 1908-09. Trustee of Higgins Classical Institute,
Charleston, Me. Coroner for Hancock County, Me. Commissioned
captain, Medical Corps, U. S. Army, October, 1918 ; discharged, January,
1919. Commissioned captain in Medical Reserve Corps, April, 1919.

Married March 8, 1904, Edith Marion Thayer, of Charleston, Me.
Children: Mary Harriet, b. February n, 1908; Edith Marion, b.
February 24, 1909 ; John Thayer, b. August 24, 1916.

Address: 75 North Main St., Thompsonville, Conn.

2101. CLARENCE ROBERTSON SMITH. Ph.B. *. T. Born
August 29, 1878, Albany, N. Y. Brother of No. 1766.

With Oscar Smith & Sons Company, New York, N. Y., 1899-1900;
Philadelphia, Pa. (vice-president and general manager), 1900 .

Married October 6, 1003, Grace Fobes, of Boston, Mass. Children :
Standish Oscar, b. October 21, 1904 (class of 1925) ; Robertson Fobes,
b. October 6, 1908.

Address: 310 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. Residence: 220 Nippon
St., Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, Pa.

2102. *CHARLES HOPKINS SPENCER. B.A. ; LL.B., North-
western University, 1904. ^. T. Born May 18, 1877, Chicago, 111.
Brother of Nos. 2103 and 2389. Lawyer. Died January 31, 1910,
Roswell, N. Mex.

2103. EDWARD MITCHELL SPENCER. B.A. (hon., gen. sch.;
sp. hon., Eng.} ; M.A., University of Pennsylvania, 1900. ^f. T. 3>. B. K.
Born April 18, 1878, Chicago, 111. Brother of Nos. 2102 and 2389.

Graduate student, University of Pennsylvania, 1899-1900. Taught in
Hudson River Military Institute, Claverack, N. Y., 1900-02. Engaged

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in out-of-door work for his health, 1902-06. Bookkeeper and stenog-
rapher, Roswell, N. Mex., 1906-09. Secretary, Southsprings Ranch and
Cattle Company, near Roswell, 1909-13. Bookkeeper, Joyce-Pruit Com-
pany, Roswell, 1913-16. Secretary and treasurer, Chaves County

Abstract and Insurance Company, 1916 .

Married January 12, 1910, Eda Fairchild, of Roswell, N. Mex. Chil-
dren : Samuel Fairchild, b. April 18, 191 1; Elizabeth Sargent, b. June

13, 1914-
Address : Roswell, N. Mex.

2104. HARRY RUSSEL STONE. Ph.B. ; M.D., Johns Hopkins
University, 1904. S^. T. Born August 10, 1878, Middletown, Conn.
Brother of No. 1993.

Taught school, 1899-1900. Studied in Johns Hopkins Medical School,
1900-04. Interne in hospital, 1904-08. Practising medicine, New York,
N. Y., 1908 .

Address: 622 W. iiath St., New York, N. Y.

2105. RALPH CLEAVES STONE. B.A. A. K. E. Born March
20, 1877, Bangor, Me. Brother of E. C. Stone (class of 1902).

Clerk in U. S. Railway Mail Service, 1899 .

Address : Gorham, Me.

2106. JOHN EDGAR TACKABERRY. B.A. *. T. Born July
4, 1876, New York, N. Y. Brother of No. 1722.

With Oscar Smith & Sons Company, New York, N. Y., 1899-1902;
Western Electric Company, New York, N. Y., 1902-04. Business
economist and systematizer (associated with F. L. Hewitt), 1904 .

Address : Williams Sealing Corporation, Decatur, 111.

2107. JOHN MILTON TOWNSEND. Ph.B. A. A. *. Born
March 2, 1872, Townsends Inlet, N. J.

Taught in Thayer Academy, South Braintree, Mass., 1899-1901, 1902-
20; Pennington Seminary, N. J., 1901-02; B. M. C. Durfee High School,
Fall River, Mass., 1920 .

Married December 23, 1901, Ellen Harding Cobb, who died July 15,
1908. Married September i, 1909, Agnes Rowena Burnham, of Old
Town, Me. Children: John Milton, b. November 19, 1902; Rachel
Ellen, b. May 15, 1908; Katherine Rowena, b. December 27, 1910; Mary
Elizabeth, b. August i, 1912; Bertha Idelle, b. June 10, 1917.

Address: 199 N. Main St., Fall River, Mass. Residence: R. F. D.,
Whitman, Mass.

2108. LEROY WELLER. B.A. ; M.A, Columbia University, 1906;
Litt.D., Waynesburg College, 1916. Born July 31, 1873, Fort Plain,
N. Y.

In the insurance business, New York, N. Y., 1899-1900. Studied in
Drew Theological Seminary, and in Union Theological Seminary, 1900-01.
Methodist Episcopal minister, Troy Conference, 1901-05. Graduate
student, Columbia University, 1905-06. Professor of Philosophy, Beaver
College, Pa., 1906-10; president, 1910-17. Graduate student, Columbia
University, 1917-18. Organizer of educational work, for E. I. du Pont
de Nemours & Co., 1918. Principal, City Normal 'School, Bridgeport,
Conn., 1919 .

Married June 20, 1901, Gertrude Lillian Hough, of Meriden, Conn.
Child : Clara Louise, b. May 25, 1903, d. June 5, 1903.

Address : City Normal School, Bridgeport, Conn.

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2109. NEWTON [GRANT] WRIGHT. B.A. A. T. A. Born
September 12, 1866, Goodland, Ind.

Graduate student, Wesleyan University, 1899-1900. Methodist Epis-
copal minister, New York East and Troy Conferences, 1901 . Studied

in Hartford Theological Seminary, 1903-04.

Married July 25, 1901, Ella Corlette Weichard, of Carthage, N. Y.

Address: Cheshire, Berkshire Co., Mass.

2110. OLIVER ELIZUR YALE. B.A. ; LL.B., St. Lawrence Uni-
versity, 1913. A. A. 3>. Born October 31, 1876, Meriden, Conn. Brother
of No. 1998.

With New York and New Jersey Telephone Company, 1900-05. En-
gaged in the real estate business, New York, N. Y., 1905-07. With the
Title Guarantee and Trust Company, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1907-15. Assistant
secretary, New York Title and Mortgage Company, 1915-18. Secretary
and treasurer, National Farm Equipment Company, Inc., 1919 .
Associate director, Bureau of Camp Service, American Red Cross, March-
October, 1918. Captain, American Red Cross (overseas service), Octo-
ber, I9i8-February, 1919; director of transport service, February,
I9i9-June, 1919.

Married November 19, 1902, Edna Carolyn Lane, of Meriden, Conn.
Children: John Lane, b. March 3, 1904; Oliver Sherman, b. January
23, 1911.

Address: 98 Chambers St., New York, N. Y. Residence: 86
Joralemon St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

2111. FLORENCE EVELYN BARRACLOUGH (QUICKMIRE).
B.A. Born November n, 1869, Horbury, England.

Married September 5, 1895, Samuel Quickmire (No. 2036).
Address: Mrs. S. Quickmire, 1980 Mission St., San Francisco, Cal.

2112. ADELLA WEBSTER BATES. Ph.B. (high hon., gen.
sch.}. <J>. B. K. Born May 6, 1872, Rockland, Mass.

Taught in High School, Middletown, Conn., 1899-1900; Woodward

Institute, Quincy, Mass., 1900-07; High School, Milton, Mass., 1907 .

Address : 63 Maple St., Milton, Mass.

2113. *JULIA GERTRUDE BEVIN. Ph.B. Born September 16,
1873, East Hampton, Conn. Died March 13, 1902, East Hampton, Conn.

2114. JULIA BRAZOS. Ph.B. Born May 5, 1858, Middletown,
Conn.

Teaching in High School, Middletown, Conn., 1899 ; vice-principal,

1906 . Dean of Women. Wesleyan University, 1904-10.

Address : 100 High St., Middletown, Conn.

2115. CHARLOTTE BENSON FROST (BRASSEY-BRIERLEY).
B.A. (hon., gen. sch.}. 4>. B. K. Born June 6, 1875, Belfast, Me.

Taught in Lower Grammar School, Belfast, Me., 1900-01 ; a private
school, Graf ton County, N. H., 1901-02. Principal of High School,
Newfield, Me., 1901-02. Assistant principal, High School, Sanford, Me.,
1902-05. Engaged in literary and journalistic work, 1905 .

Married July 5, 1911, Edward Brassey-Brierley, of Cheshire, England.
Children: Eleanor Charlotte, b. May 13, 1912; Edward Benson, b. July
19, 1915 ; Everard Jefferies, b. July 20, 1918.

Address : Mrs. E. B. Brassey-Brierley. Swan Lake Ave., Belfast, Me.

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2116. ISABELLA SINCLAIR HILL. Ph.B. (//on., gen. sch.).
<i>. B. K. Born August 13, 1872, Norwich, Conn.

Taught in Allegheny County Academy, Cumberland, Md., 1899-1901 ;

Bellefonte Academy, Pa., 1901 .

Address: Bellefonte, Pa.

2117. MARGARET ELIZABETH JONES. Ph.B.; M.S., 1900.
Born November 18, 1878, Middletown, Conn. Sister of No. 2329.

Taught in High School, Middletown, Conn., 1900-01 ; Paterson, N. J.,
1901-08; Middletown, Conn., 1908-10; New Haven, Conn., 1910-11;
New Rochelle, N. Y., 1911-14; Newark, N. J., 1914-19. War work in
France, in the Foyer du Soldat, 1919.

Address : Aliddletown, Conn.

2118. WINIFRED MAY LEWIS. Ph.B. Born May 18, 1875,
Haddam, Conn.

Conducting a small private school.
Address : Haddam, Conn.

2119. JESSIE MILLER (THOMPSON). Ph.B. (high hon., gen.
sch.). $. B. K. Born January 27, 1876, Scranton, Pa.

Married September 28, 1899, Edward William Thompson (No. 2041).
Child: Ruth, b. July 15, 1900.

Address : Mrs. E. W. Thompson, 3522 i6th St., N. W., Washington,
D. C.



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