Hermann Arthur Lum 1914-1920
William Ernest Kroll 1920-1921
Herman David Berlew (No. 3561) 1921-
MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY
(NOT GRADUATES OF WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY.)
(Arranged according to rank, in the order of appointment.)
B.A., Brown University, 1815; M.A., Brown, 1818; D.D., Augusta
College, 1829; D.D., Brown, 1835. Born August 31, 1792, Brattleboro,
Studied law in Lyndon, Vt, 1815-16. Taught in Oaklands, near
Baltimore, Md. ; continued the study of law, 1816-17. In poor health;
resided at home, Lyndon, Vt., 1817-18. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New England Conference, 1818-23. Superannuated on account of ill
health, 1821-23. Presiding Elder of Vermont District, 1823-26.
Chaplain of Vermont Legislature, 1826. Principal of Wesleyan Acad-
emy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1826-31. Elected Bishop of the Wesleyan
Church of Canada, but declined to accept the office, 1828. PRESIDENT
OF WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1830-39. Visitor of U. S. Military Academy,
West Point, N. Y., 1832. Delegate of Methodist Episcopal Church to
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the Wesleyan Conference in England, 1835-36. Elected Bishop of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, but declined, 1836. Member of Board of
Education of Connecticut, 1839. Delegate to General Conference,
Methodist Episcopal Church, 1824, '28, '32. Died February 22, 1839,
B.A., Middlebury College, 1820; M.A., Middlebury, 1823; D.D., Mid-
dlebury, 1832, and Wesleyan, and University of Alabama, 1834; LL.D.,
Yale College, 1845. .Born March 2, 1797, Leicester, Vt.
Commenced teaching in South Carolina ; principal of Tabernacle
Academy, S. C. Joined South Carolina Conference, Methodist Episcopal
Church, 1824. Professor of Belles-Lettres, Franklin College, Ga., 1826-
33. President of Randolph-Macon College, Va., 1834-37. Traveled in
Europe and the East, 1837-40. PRESIDENT OF WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY,
1839-41, 1842-51. Delegate to General Conference, Methodist Episcopal
Church, 1844; to Evangelical Alliance, London, England, 1846. Died
August 1 6, 1851, Middletown, Conn.
D.D. Born May 2, 1778, Stratford, Conn.
Taught in Canada, 1799. Methodist Episcopal minister, New York
Conference, 1802-19. Presiding Elder of Rhinebeck District, 1813-18;
New York District, 1819. One of the founders of the Missionary Society
of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Publishing agent and editor of
books, Methodist Episcopal Church, 1820-28. Editor of The Christian
FACULTY, NOT WESLEYAN GRADUATES.
Advocate and Journal, New York, N. Y., 1828-32. Editor of The Metho-
dist Magazine and Quarterly Review, New York, 1832-36. ^ Correspond-
ing secretary of the Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, 1836-41. PRESIDENT OF WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1841-42.
Stationed in New York and Brooklyn, 1842-48. Presiding Elder of East
New York District, 1848-52. Superannuated, 1852-62. Trustee of
Wesleyan University, 1851-62. Delegate to the first delegated General
Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1812; delegate, 1812-52,
ten sessions. Died May 3, 1862, New York, N. Y.
* AUGUSTUS WILLIAM SMITH.
B.A., Hamilton College, 1825; M.A., Hamilton; LL.D., Centenary
College, La., 1847, and Hamilton, 1850. Born May 12, 1802, Newport,
Taught in Oneida Conference (now Cazenovia) Seminary, N. Y.,
1825-27; principal, 1827-31. PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND ASTRON-
OMY, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1831-57. PRESIDENT OF WESLEYAN UNI-
VERSITY, 1852-57. Professor of Natural Philosophy, U. S. Naval
Academy, Annapolis, Md., 1859-66. One of the corps of astronomers
sent to Labrador by the U. S. Government to observe the solar eclipse,
1860. Died March 22, 1866, Annapolis, Md.
^BRADFORD PAUL RAYMOND.
B.A., Lawrence University, 1870; S.T.B., Boston University, 1873;
Ph.D., Boston University, 1881 ; D.D., Northwestern University, 1884;
LL.D., Lawrence University, 1889; M.A. (ad eundem), Wesleyan, 1894;
D.D., Yale University, 1901. Born April 22, 1846, Stamford, Conn.
Studied in Hamline University, Minn., 1866-69 ; Lawrence University,
Wis., 1869-70; School of Theology, Boston University, 1870-73. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister, New England Southern Conference, 1874-83.
Studied in Germany, 1880-81. President of Lawrence University, 1883-
89. PRESIDENT OF WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1889-1908 ; PROFESSOR OF THE
ENGLISH BIBLE, 1908-09; OF ETHICS AND BIBLICAL LITERATURE (Emeri-
tus), 1909-16. Author: Christianity and the Christ. Died February 27,
1916, Middletown, Conn.
WILLIAM ARNOLD SHANKLIN.
B.A., Hamilton College, 1883; B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1891;
M.A. (Hon.), Hamilton, 1893; M.A. (ad eundem), Wesleyan, 1912;
D.D., University of Washington, 1895, and Allegheny College, 1910;
LL.D., Baker University, 1906, Trinity College, Conn., 1910, University
of Vermont, 1911, Hamilton, 1913, and Allegheny College, 1915; L.H.D.,
Upper Iowa University, 1909. Born April 18, 1862, Carrolltpn, Mo.
Methodist Episcopal minister, South Kansas, Columbia River, Puget
Sound, Upper Iowa, and Philadelphia Conferences, 1887-1905. President
of Upper Iowa University, 1905-09; WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1909 .
Delegate to General Conference, M. E. Church, 1908; Methodist Ecu-
menical Conference, 1911. Member, University Senate, M. E. Church,
1906; Connecticut State Board of Education, 1918 -. Trustee, Ameri-
can University Union in Europe, 1918 . President, Association of
American Colleges, 1919.
Address : 269 High St., Middletown, Conn.
FACULTY, NOT WESLEYAN GRADUATES.
*JOHN PRICE DURBIN.
B.A., Cincinnati College, 1825; M.A., Cincinnati, 1828. Born 1800,
in Bourbon County, Ky.
Methodist Episcopal minister, Ohio Conference, 1820-26. Agent for
Augusta College, Ky., 1825-26. Professor of Ancient Languages,
Augusta College, 1826-31. Chaplain, U. S. Senate, 1831. PROFESSOR
(ELECT) OF NATURAL SCIENCE, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1831 ; did not
serve. Editor of The Christian Advocate and Journal, New York,
N. Y., 1832-34. President of Dickinson College, Pa., 1834-45. Metho-
dist Episcopal minister, Philadelphia Conference, 1846-49. Presiding
Elder, North Philadelphia District, 1849. Corresponding secretary of
the Missionary Society, Methodist Episcopal Church, 1850-72. Delegate
to General Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, 1844-72, eight
sessions. Died October 18, 1876, New York, N. Y.
*JOHN MOTT SMITH.
B.A., Columbia College, 1816. Born October 10, 1795, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Methodist Episcopal minister, New York Conference, 1817-20. Prin-
cipal of Wesleyan Seminary (situated at New York, N. Y., until 1826,
when it was removed to White Plains, N. Y.), 1820-31. PROFESSOR OF
THE LATIN AND GREEK LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE, WESLEYAN UNI-
VERSITY, AND ACTING PROFESSOR OF NATURAL SCIENCE, 1831-32. Died
December 27, 1832, Middletown, Conn.
*JACOB FREDERICK HUBER.
M.A. (Hon.), Washington (now Trinity) College, Conn., 1834. Born
March 9, 1801, Basle, Switzerland.
Studied in the Gymnasium in Basle. Apprentice and clerk in a com-
mercial house in Basle, 1814-18. Engaged in bookkeeping in Trieste,
Austria, 1818-19. Emigrated to America, 1819. Studied and taught in
Bedford Academy, Pa., 1820-22. Studied theology, 1822-24. Studied in
Theological Seminary of the German Reformed Church, Carlisle, Pa.,
1825-26. Teacher of Modern Languages, Dickinson College, 1826-31.
PROFESSOR OF MODERN LANGUAGES, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1831-42;
LIBRARIAN, 1837-42; INSTRUCTOR IN MODERN LANGUAGES, 1843, 1848-63.
Taught modern languages in Middletown, Conn., 1842-78. Died January
3, 1878, Middletown, Conn.
*DANIEL DENISON WHEDON.
B.A., Hamilton College, 1828; M.A., Hamilton, 1831; D.D., Emory
College; LL.D., Wesleyan, 1867. Born March 20, 1808, Onondaga,
Studied law in Rochester, N. Y. Taught in Oneida Conference (now
Cazenovia) Seminary, N. Y., 1829. Tutor in Hamilton College, 1831-32.
PROFESSOR OF THE LATIN AND GREEK LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE,
WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1833-42. Joined New York Conference, Metho-
dist Episcopal Church, 1834. Transferred to Troy Conference, 1842.
Stationed at Pittsfield, Mass., 1843-45. Professor of Rhetoric, Logic,
and History, University of Michigan, 1845-52. Principal of a school,
Ravenswood, N. J., 1852-54. Stationed at New York and Jamaica, N. Y.,
New York East Conference, 1855-56. Editor of The Methodist Quar-
terly Review, 1856-84. Delegate to General Conference, Methodist
Episcopal Church, 1852. Died June 8, 1885.
FACULTY, NOT WESLEYAN GRADUATES.
*WILLIAM WILLIAMS MATHER.
M.A. (Hon.), 1834. Born May 24, 1804, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Graduated at U. S. Military Academy, West Point, N. Y., 1828.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry in the same, 1829-35. ACTING PRO-
FESSOR OF CHEMISTRY, MINERALOGY, AND GEOLOGY, WESLEYAN UNIVER-
SITY, 1833-34. First lieutenant, U. S. Army, 1834-36. Professor of
Chemistry, University of Louisiana, 1836. On the geological survey
of the State of New York, 1836-44. Ohio state geologist, 1837-40.
Kentucky state geologist, 1838-39. Professor of Natural Science, Ohio
University, 1842-45; Vice President and Acting President, 1847-50.
Editor of The Wesleyan Agriculturist, 1851-52. Died February 27, 1859,
M.A., Princeton College, 1828; D.D., La Grange College, 1843. Born
April 20, 1804, Thomey, Cambridgeshire, England.
Methodist Episcopal minister, Philadelphia Conference, 1822-35.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MORAL SCIENCE AND BELLES-LETTRES, WES-
LEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1835-36; PROFESSOR, 1836-49. Corresponding secre-
tary of American Bible Society, 1849-78. Visited Europe in behalf of
the American Bible Society, 1859. Superannuated, New York Confer-
ence, 1878-93. Delegate to General Conference, Methodist Episcopal
Church, 1840, '48, '52, '60. Died April 10, 1893, Morristown, N. J.
B.A., Bowdoin College, 1832; M.A., Bowdoin, 1835; LL.D., McKen-
dree College, 1850. Born August 23, 1806, Bristol, Me.
Taught in Oneida Conference (now Cazenovia) Seminary, N. Y., 1832-
35 ; principal, 1835. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS, AND
LECTURER IN NATURAL SCIENCE, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1835-37 ; PRO-
FESSOR OF NATURAL SCIENCE, 1837-73; PROFESSOR Emeritus, 1873-79.
Died December 2, 1879, Clifton, N. Y.
*WILLIAM MARINUS WILLETT.
Born January 3, 1803, New York, N. Y.
Methodist Episcopal minister, New York, Genesee, and Oneida Con-
ferences, 1823-33. Health failed; located, 1833. TEACHER OF HEBREW
IN WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1838-41 ; PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND BIBLICAL
LITERATURE, 1841-42. Editor of The Classic, Wesleyan University, 1842.
Founder and President of Newbury Biblical Institute, Vt, 1843-48.
Engaged in literary work in Jersey City, N. J., 1848-95. Editor of The
Bible Magazine, 1882. Delegate to General Conference, Methodist
Episcopal Church, 1828. Died December 7, 1895, Jersey City, N. J.
*WILLIAM LUCIUS STORRS.
B.A., Yale College, 1814; M.A., Yale, 1817; LL.D., Western Reserve
University, 1846. Born March 25, 1795, Middletown, Conn.
Admitted to the bar, 1817. Member of the Connecticut House of
Representatives, 1827-29. Member of Congress, 1829-33, 1839-40.
Speaker of the Connecticut House of Representatives, 1834. Associate
Judge of the Connecticut Supreme Court of Errors, 1840. PROFESSOR
OF LAW, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1841-46. Chief Justice of Connecticut
Supreme Court of Errors, 1857-61. Professor of Jurisprudence, Yale
College, 1846-47. Died June 25, 1861, Hartford, Conn.
FACULTY, NOT WESLEYAN GRADUATES.
*CHARLES KITTREDGE TRUE.
B.A., Harvard University, 1832; D.D., Harvard, 1849. Born August
14, 1809, Portland, Me.
Preached in Methodist Episcopal Church, Medford, Mass., 1831-32;
Newton Upper Falls, 1832-33. Methodist Episcopal minister, New Eng-
land and New York Conferences, 1833-49, 1860-70, 1875-78. PROFESSOR
OF MORAL SCIENCE AND BELLES-LETTRES, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1849-
60. FINANCIAL AGENT OF WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1870-77. Professor
of Logic and Practical Theology, Tabernacle College, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
1875. Died June 19, 1878.
*JAMES COOKE VAN BENSCHOTEN.
B.A., Hamilton College, 1856; M.A., Madison University, 1857;
LL.D., Rochester University, 1875. Born December 15, 1827, La Grange,
Studied in Genesee College, Lima, N. Y., 1850-54. Teacher of Ancient
Languages, Oxford Collegiate Institute, N. Y., 1855-56; Susquehanna
Seminary, Binghamton, N. Y., 1856-57. Principal of Oxford Collegiate
Institute, N. Y., 1857-58. Studied in the Universities of Berlin, Bonn,
Gottingen, and Athens, 1858-61. Principal of High School, Lyons,
N. Y., 1861-62. Teacher of Ancient Languages in Oneida Conference
(now Cazenovia) Seminary, N. Y., 1862-63. PROFESSOR OF THE GREEK
LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, AND INSTRUCTOR IN THE MODERN LAN-
GUAGES, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1863-73; PROFESSOR OF THE GREEK
LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, 1873-1902. Director, American School of
Classical Studies in Athens, 1884-85. Died January 17, 1902, Middletown,
M.A. (Hon.), 1865; D.D., Northwestern University, 1875. Born
December 15, 1834, Graf ton, Mass.
Studied in Methodist General Biblical Institute, Concord, N. H., 1855-
56. Taught in Piedmont Station, Va., 1856-57. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New England Conference, 1857-71. Studied in University of
Halle, Germany, 1867-68. PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND ENGLISH LITERA-
TURE, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1871-73; INSTRUCTOR IN HEBREW, 1871-
80; PROFESSOR OF MODERN LANGUAGES, 1873-93. Member of Committee
of Revision, Methodist Hymnal, 1876. Delegate to General Conference,
Methodist Episcopal Church, 1884. Died October 10, 1893, Pasadena,
^HERBERT WILLIAM CONN.
B.A., Boston University, 1881 ; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University,
1884; M.A. (ad eundem), Wesleyan, 1894. Born January 10, 1859,
INSTRUCTOR IN BIOLOGY, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1884-86 ; ASSOCIATE
PROFESSOR, 1886-88; PROFESSOR, 1888-1917. Director, Cold Spring Har-
bor Biological Laboratory, 1889-97. Lecturer on Biology, Trinity Col-
lege (Conn.), 1888-89. Lecturer on Agricultural Bacteriology, Conn.
Agricultural College, 1901-05. Secretary, Society of American Bacterio-
logists, 1899-1902; President, 1902-17. Bacteriologist, and director of the
laboratory, Conn. State Board of Health, 1905-17. Author: Evolution
of To-day; Story of Germ Life; The Living World; Agricultural
Bacteriology; Elementary, Introductory, and Advanced Physiology, and
more than 150 scientific papers. Corresponding editor: Revue Generate
du Lait. Died April 18, 1917, Middletown, Conn.
FACULTY, NOT WESLEYAN GRADUATES.
ANDREW CAMPBELL ARMSTRONG.
B.A., Princeton University, 1881 ; M.A., Princeton, 1884, and Wesleyan
(ad eundem), 1894; Ph.D. (Hon.), Princeton, 1896. Born August 22,
i860, New York, N. Y.
Fellow in Mental Science, Princeton University, 1881-82. Studied in
Princeton Theological Seminary, 1882-85 (graduated, 1885) ; University
of Berlin, Germany, 1885-86. Associate Professor of Ecclesiastical
History, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1886-87. Instructor in
History, Princeton University, 1887-88. PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY,
WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1888 . Chairman, Section of Metaphysics,
St. Louis Exposition, 1904. President, American Philosophical Associa-
tion, 1915; Chairman, Committee on International Cooperation, 1916 .
Lecturer, Hartford Theological Seminary, 1902; Columbia University,
1904. Author: Transitional Eras in Thought. Associate editor: New
Princeton Review, 1887-88. Cooperating editor: Psychological Revieiv,
1904-10. Translator : Falckenberg's History of Modern Philosophy.
Address: 132 High St., Middletown, Conn.
B.A., Princeton University, 1879; M.A., Princeton, 1882; Ph.D.,
Johns Hopkins University, 1886; LL.D., Wake Forest College, 1887,
Tulane University, 1898, Johns Hopkins University, 1901, Rutgers Col-
lege, 1902, University of Pennsylvania, 1903, Brown University, 1903,
Harvard University, 1907, Williams College, 1908, and Dartmouth
College, 1909; LittD., Yale University, 1901. Born December 28, 1856,
Studied in Law School of the University of Virginia, 1879-80. Prac-
tised law, Atlanta, Ga., 1882-83. Graduate student, Johns Hopkins
University, 1883-85. Professor of History and Political Economy, Bryn
Mawr College, 1885-88; WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1888-90. Professor of
Jurisprudence and Politics, Princeton University, 1890-1902; President,
1902-10. Governor of New Jersey, 1911-13 (resigned). President of
the United States, 1913-21. Author: Congressional Government; The
State; A History of the American People, etc.
Address : Washington, D. C.
WALTER PARKE BRADLEY.
B.A., Williams College, 1884; Ph.D., University of Gottingen, 1889;
M.A. (ad eundem), Wesleyan, 1894; Sc.D., Wesleyan, 1914. Born July
7, 1862, Lee, Mass.
Studied in the University of Gottingen, Germany, 1884-86, 1888-89.
Assistant in Chemistry, Williams College, 1886-88. INSTRUCTOR IN
CHEMISTRY, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1889-90; ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR,
1890-93; PROFESSOR, 1893-1914. Research chemist, U. S. Rubber Co.,
1914-19. President and treasurer, Bradstone Rubber Co., 1919 .
Address: Woodbine, N. J.
FRANK WALTER NICOLSON.
B.A., Mount Allison University, Canada, 1883; B.A., Harvard Uni-
versity, 1887; M.A., Harvard, 1888; M.A. (ad eundem), Wesleyan,
1900; LL.D., Mount Allison University, 1920. Born November 4, 1864,
Sackville, N. B., Canada.
Tutor in English and French, Mount Allison College, Canada, 1883-84.
Studied in Harvard College, 1885-87. Graduate student, Harvard Uni-
versity, 1887-88. Instructor in Sanskrit, Harvard University, 1888-89;
Instructor in Latin, 1889-91. TUTOR IN LATIN, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY,
FACULTY, NOT WESLEYAN GRADUATES.
University of Leipzig, 1899-1901. Instructor in German, Western
Reserve University, 1901-03. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF GERMAN, WES-
LEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1903-05; PROFESSOR, 1905-20. Gebhard Professor of
Germanic Languages and Literature, Columbia University, 1920 .
Instructor in German, Summer School, University of Virginia, 1903-05;
Columbia University, 1907, 1917. Lecturer, Chautauqua Institution,
N. Y., 1917, 1918. Author : Der Wortschats des englischen Maundeville,
1902; The German Empire between two Wars, 1916. Editor: E. T. A.
Hoffman's Meister Martin.
Address : Columbia University, New York, N. Y.
WILLIAM ARTHUR HEIDEL.
B.A., Central Wesleyan College, 1888 ; M.A., Central Wesleyan, 1891 ;
Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1895; M.A. (ad enndem), Wesleyan, 1906.
Born March 10, 1868, Burlington, Iowa.
Studied in the University of Berlin, Germany, 1888-90. Acting Pro-
fessor of Latin, Illinois Wesleyan University, 1890-91 ; Professor of
Greek, 1891-94. Fellow in Greek, University of Chicago, 1894-95.
Docent in Ancient Philosophy, University of Chicago, 1895-96. Pro-
fessor of Latin, Iowa (now Grinnell) College, 1896-1905. PROFESSOR
OF GREEK, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1905 . Author: Pseudo-Pla-
tonica; The Necessary and the Contingent in the Aristotelian System.
Editor : Plato's Euthyphro. Associate editor : Classical Philology.
Address : 136 High St., Middletown, Conn.
JOSEPH WILLIAM HEWITT.
B.A., Bowdoin College, 1897; M.A., Bowdoin, 1899; M.A., Harvard
University, 1900; Ph.D., Harvard, 1902; M.A. (ad eundem), Wesleyan,
1915. Born August 23, 1875, Armley, Yorkshire, England.
Assistant in Latin and Greek, Bowdoin College, 1897-98. Principal
of High School, Hanover, N. H., 1898-99. Graduate student, Harvard
University, 1899-1902. Instructor in Latin, Worcester Academy, Mass.,
1902-03 ; Master in Latin, 1903-05. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF LATIN AND
GREEK, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1905-13; PROFESSOR OF CLASSICS,
1913 . Joint editor : Xenophon's Anabasis, l-IV .
Address: 31 College Place, Middletown, Conn.
PAUL HOLROYD CURTS.
B.A., Yale University, 1905; M.A., Yale, 1907; Ph.D., Yale, 1909;
M.A. (ad eundem), Wesleyan, 1920. Born July 3, 1884, DeKalb, 111.
Taught in Cheshire School, Conn., 1905-07. Graduate student, Yale
University, 1907-09. Instructor in German, Sheffield Scientific School,
1907-08. INSTRUCTOR IN GERMAN, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1909-12;
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, 1913-20; PROFESSOR, 1920 . Studied in Ger-
Address : 196 College St., Middletown, Conn.
B.A., Oberlin College, 1899 ' M.D., Columbia University, 1909; M.A.
(ad eundem), Wesleyan, 1915. Born May 7, 1875, North Eaton, Ohio.
Coach and Gymnasium Director, Centre College, Ky., 1899-1900.
Tutor in Greek, Oberlin Academy, and Teacher of Gymnastics, Oberlin
College, 1900-03. Taught in Horace Mann School, New York, N. Y.,
1903-04. Studied in College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1904-09.
Associate Professor of Physical Education, Columbia University, 1909-
FACULTY, NOT WESLEYAN GRADUATES.
ii. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, WESLEYAN UNI-
VERSITY, 1911-13; PROFESSOR, 1913 .
Address : 55 Mt. Vernon St., Middletown, Conn.
CAREY HERBERT CONLEY.
B.A., University of Michigan, 1902 ; M.A., University of Chicago,
1912; M.A. (ad eundem), Wesleyan, 1920. Born January 29, 1879,
Professor of English, Grand Island College, Neb., 1905-07. Instructor
in English, Purdue University, 1907-09. Instructor in Rhetoric, Univer-
sity of Michigan, 1909-13. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC, WES-
LEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1913-20; PROFESSOR, 1020 .
Address: 32 Wyllys St., Middletown, Conn.
CHARLES AUGUSTUS TUTTLE.
B.A., Amherst College, 1883; M.A., Amherst, 1886; Ph.D., Univer-
sity of Heidelberg, 1886; LL.D., Wabash College, 1913; M.A. (ad
eundem), Wesleyan, 1915. Born November 27, 1862, Hadley, Mass.
Principal, High School, "Ware, Mass., 1883-84. Studied in German>,
1884-86. Instructor in Political Economy, Amherst College, 1886-92:
Associate Professor of Political Economy and International Law, 1892-
93. Professor of History and Sociology, Wabash College, 1893-98; of
Political Economy and Political Science, 1898-1913. PROFESSOR OF ECO-
NOMICS AND SOCIAL SCIENCE, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1913 . Pro-
fessor of Economics and Social Science, Indiana University (summer
sessions), 1911-13, 1915. Author: Outline of Course in Economic
Theory, 1894; Principles of Economics, 1919.
Address : Middletown, Conn.
B.A., Brown University, 1895 ; M.A., Brown, 1896 ; Ph.D., Brown,
1898; M.A. (ad cundcin) , Wesleyan, 1915. Born February 6, 1873,
Instructor in Mathematics, Brown University, 1895-1900; Assistant
Professor of Astronomy, 1900-09; Professor of Naval Science, 1918-19;
Professor of Nautical Science, 1919-20. Assistant Professor of Astron-
omy, University of Chicago, 1909-14. PROFESSOR OF ASTRONOMY, WES-
LEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1914-18, 1920 . Instructor in Navigation, U. S.
Shipping Board, 1917-18.
Address : 74 Wyllys St., Middletown, Conn.
EDGAR SHEFFIELD BRIGHTMAN.
B.A., Brown University, 1906; M.A., Brown, 1908; S.T.B., Boston
University, 1910; Ph.D., Boston University, 1912; M.A. (ad eundem),
Wesleyan, 1918. Born September 20, 1884, Holbrook, Mass.
Assistant in Philosophy and Greek, Brown University, 1006-08.
Studied in Boston, Berlin, and Marburg, 1908-12. Professor of Philoso-
phy and Psychology, Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1912-15. ASSO-
CIATE PROFESSOR OF ETHICS AND RELIGION, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY,
1915-17; PROFESSOR, 1917-19. Professor of Philosophy, Boston Uni-
versity, 1919 . Author: The Sources of the Hexateuch, 1918.
Address: 43 Braeland Ave., Newton Centre, Mass.
CHARLES RUGLAS HOOVER.
Ph.B., Penn College, 1906; B.S., Haverford College, 1907; M.A.,
Haverford, 1908; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1913; M.A. (ad eundcin),
Wesleyan, 1918. Born September 30, 1885, Oskaloosa, Iowa.
FACULTY, NOT WESLEYAN GRADUATES.
Assistant in Chemistry, Haverford College, 1908-09. Professor of
Chemistry, Penn College, 1909-10. Austin Teaching Fellow, Harvard
University, 1910-11; Carnegie Research Fellow, 1911-13. Associate
Professor of Chemistry, Syracuse University, 1913-15. ASSOCIATE PRO-
FESSOR OF CHEMISTRY, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1915-18; PROFESSOR,
Address : 151 Mt. Vernon St., Middletown, Conn.
HENRY SOLLETT WYGANT.
Born March 5, 1875, Fort Brown, Texas.
Commissioned second lieutenant, U. S. Army, 1898 ; retired for phy-
sical disability, with rank of major, 1917. COMMANDANT, RESERVE
OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS, WITH RANK OF PROFESSOR, WESLEYAN UNI-
VERSITY, 1917-18. Commandant, University of Chicago Students' Army
Training Corps, 1918-19. On Army recruiting duty, Birmingham, Ala.,
1920. With Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Cornell University,
Address : Military Department, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
FRANK EDGAR FARLEY.
B.A., Harvard University, 1893; M.A., Harvard, 1894; Ph.D., Har-