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Engaged in real estate brokerage, 1907-08. Secretary- treasurer, Vjgori
Leather Company, New York, N. Y., 1909-10. In the insurance business,

New York, N. Y., 1910 . Composer : hymn tunes in Methodist

Hymnal, etc. ; college songs, carols, cantatas, patriotic songs, etc. Editor :
Wesleyan Song Book, 1901 ; Festival Services, 1909-18; Wesleyan Verse,
1914; Songs of Life, 1921. Author: The Music and Hymnody of the
Methodist Hymnal, 1911 ; A Year of Hymn Stories, 1914.

Married April 24, 1905, Leila Alberta Field (No. 2248), who died
March 24, 1906. Married June 19, 1913, Flora Draper Treat (sister of
Nos. 1821 and 2171), of New York, N. Y., who died August 30, 1919.
Children: a daughter, b. March 16, 1906, d. March 23, 1906; Sherman,
b. April 22, 1915.

Address : 1868 Amsterdam Ave., New York, N. Y.

2304. GEORGE D. RYDER. B.A. (hon., gen. sch.}. X. *.
3>. B. K. Born May i, 1880, Cobleskill, N. Y. Brother of No. 2164.

Secretary and treasurer, Harder Manufacturing Corporation, refrigera-
tors and silos, Cobleskill, N. Y., 1902 .

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Married October n, 1905, Edith Lucie Heaxt, of Shelburne, Vt. Chil-
dren: Alice Blanche, b. September 29, 1906; Elinor Grace, b. February

20, 1914.

Address : Cobleskill, N. Y.

2305. IRVING FRANK SCOFIELD. B.A. ; M.D., Yale Univer-
sity, 1906. B. 6. H. Born June 3, 1878, East Plattekill, N. Y. Brother
of A. J. Scofield (class of 1902).

Studied in Yale Medical School, 1902-06. Interne, New Haven
(Conn.) Hospital, 1906-07. Practised medicine in New York, N. Y.,
1908-09. Deputy medical superintendent, Kings County Hospital, Brook-
lyn, 1909-10. Executive officer of Department of Public Charities,
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1910-14. Practising medicine in Winfield, N. Y.,
1914 .

Married June 3, 1909, Charlotte T. Scragg, of New York, N. Y.
Child: Dorothy, b. October 5, 1910.

Address : Winfield, Queens Co., N. Y.

2306. *NORMAN KEATOR SILLIMAN. B.A. Born April 21,
1875, Roxbury, N. Y. Theological student. Died August 4, 1905, New
York, N. Y.

2307. ARTHUR NEWMAN TASKER. B.A. (hon., gen. sch.) ;
M.D., George Washington University, 1906. *-. T. <. B. K. Born
February 3, 1878, Washington, D. C. Brother of No. 1623.

Studied in Medical School of George Washington University, 1902-06.

In the Medical Corps, U. S. Army, 1906 . Professor of Tropical

Medicine, Long Island College Hospital, 1913-17. Lecturer on Tropical
Medicine and Medical Zoology, New York Post-Graduate Medical School,
1914-17. Instructor in Military Hygiene, U. S. Military Academy, 1912-
16. Served in France as lieutenant-colonel, Medical Corps, July, 1917-
December, 1919. Cited for exceptionally meritorious service by General
Pershing. Made Chevalier of the Legion of Honor.

Married August 8, 1908, Mary Elizabeth Berry, of Maryland.

Address : Care of Surgeon General, U. S. Army, Washington, D. C.

'2308. JOSIAH WILLARD TAYLOR. B.A. A. T. A. Born May
30, 1875, North Wayne, Me.

Assistant in library, Wesleyan University, 1901-02. Principal of High
School, Essex, Conn., 1902-04; Mexico, Me., 1904-06; Freeport, Me.,
1906-08. Superintendent of schools, Turner and Canton Union School
District, Me., 1908-10. State inspector of high schools, Me., 1910 .

Married June 24, 1903, Ella Louisa Farmer, of Farmington, Me.

Address : Augusta, Me.

2309. HUBERT NELSON TERRELL. B.A. $. N. 8. Born
February 20, 1875, East Quogue, N. Y.

Taught in Kisiminetas Springs School, Saltsburg, Pa., 1902-04;
MacKenzie School, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., 1904-07. Superintendent of
schools, Dobbs Ferry, 1907-12. Principal, Veazie St. Grammar School,

Providence, R. I., 1912-17; Esek Hopkins School, Providence, 1917 .

Chairman of school committee, Barrington, R. I.

Married July 23, 1908, Ruth Dinsmore Barrett, of Wellsville, Pa.
Children : Margaret Wells, b. May 4, 1909 ; Francis Schuyler, b. May

21, 1911; William Barrett, b. April 28, 1914; John Nelson, b. January
10, 1916; Emma Jane, b. September 10, 1917.

Address: West Barrington, R. I.



GRADUATES. [1902

2310. CHARLES HORTON TERRY. B.A. A. T. A. Born

August 6, 1877, East Moriches, N. Y.

Taught in Maricao, Porto Rico, 1902-03 ; High School, Ponce, Porto
Rico, 1903-04. Principal of High School, Ponce, 1905-08. Superin-
tendent of schools, Ponce, 1908-15. General superintendent of schools
for Porto Rico, 1915. President, Porto Rican Civil Service Commission,
and secretary, board of examiners, U. S. Civil Service Commission,

1915 . Secretary-treasurer, Carnegie Library of Porto Rico, 1915-18.

Organizer and first president, Civil Service Commission of the Dominican
Republic, Santo Domingo, 1918. Secretary and general manager, Antilles
Trading Company, San Juan, P. R., 1919 .

Married December 20, 1913, Mary L. Schneider, of Clarendon, Pa.
Child: Madeline, b. November 11, 1915.

Address : San Juan, Porto Rico.



2311. JAMES VOORHEES THOMPSON. B.A.; B.D., Drew
Theological Seminary, 1905. A. A. 4>. Born May 25, 1878, Rock Springs,
Pa.

Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1902-03, 1904-05. Taught in
Morristown School for Boys, N. J., 1903-04. Vice-principal, Madison
Academy, N. J., 1904-05. Preached in Christ M. E. Church, Pittsburgh,
Pa. (assistant), 1906-08. Taught in Shady Side Academy, Pittsburgh,
1908-14; Peabody High School, Pittsburgh, 1914-15. Superintendent,
Young People's Department, Board of Sunday Schools, M. E. Church,

1915 . Served in France as chaplain, U. S. Army, with 326th

Infantry, July, I9i8-March, 1919.

Married August 18, 1909, Nora Gray, of Bellefonte, Pa.

Address : 58 E. Washington St., Chicago, 111.

2312. LYNN THORNDIKE. B.A. (high hon., gen. sch.) ; M.A.,
Columbia University, 1903; Ph.D., Columbia, 1905. <i>. N. e. $. B. K.
Born July 24, 1882, Lynn, Mass. Brother of Nos. 1769 and 1869.

Graduate student, Columbia University, 1902-05 (Scholar, 1902-04;
Fellow, 1904-05). Chief Clerk, Columbia University, 1905-06. Taught
in University School, Cleveland, Ohio, 1906-07. Instructor in History,
Northwestern University, 1907-09. Instructor in History, Western
Reserve University, 1909-10; Assistant Professor, 1910-15; Associate

Professor, 1915-19; Professor, 1919 . Traveled and studied abroad,

1909, '12, '14, '19, '20. Author: The Place of Magic in the Intellectual
History of Europe, 1905; The History of Medieval Europe, 1917;
Medieval Europe, Its Development and Civilization, 1920.

Address : Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.

2313. OLIVER RAWSON UNDERHILL. B.A. A. T. A. Born

August 13, 1875, Ipswich, Mass.

In the commercial department, General Electric Company, Lynn, Mass.,
1902-04; engineering department, 1904-07. Manager, branch office, Hart-
ford Electric Light Company, 1907-11. With the Phoenix Mutual Life
Insurance Company, Hartford, 1911-13; Prudential Life Insurance Com-
pany, 1913-14. Manager of appliance department, Worcester Electric
Light Company, 1914 .

Married June 16, 1904, Maye Everette Clarke, of Ipswich, Mass. Chil-
dren : Dores Parkhurst, b. June i, 1906; Oliver Rawson, b. January 9,
1910; Clinton Clarke, b. September 9, 1911; Salley Graves, b. February
15, 1916.

Address: n Foster St., Worcester, Mass.

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2314. CHARLES ELMER WALDRON. B.S. (hon., gen. sch.}.
C. C. Born March 21, 1872, Nyack, N. Y.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Wyoming Conference, 1902-08. Pastor,
Reformed Church in America, Brookdale, Bloomfield, N. J., 1908 .

Married May 16, 1905, Mabel Augusta Gardner, of Olyphant, Pa.
Children: Frances Willard, b. December 19, 1906; Lincoln, b. January
1 8, 1908; Elizabeth Elaine, b. March 19, 1909; Paul Henry, b. February
4, 1916.

Address: Bloomfield, N. J.

2315. HENRY GORDON WELLS. B.A. ; LL.B., Harvard Uni-
versity, 1905. A. K. E. Born October 12, 1879, Bridgeport, Conn. Son
of No. 1139.

Studied in Harvard Law School, 1902-05. Practising law in Haverhill,
Mass., 1905 . Member of City Government, Haverhill, 1907. Mem-
ber of Massachusetts State Legislature, 1909-12; Massachusetts Senate,
1913-18 (president, 1916-18). District attorney, Eastern District of
Massachusetts, 1918-19. Member, Massachusetts Department of Public

Utilities, 1919 . Member, Massachusetts Committee of One Hundred

on Public Safety, 1917-18.

Married April 18, 1906, Edith Weeks Burke (daughter of No. 1035),
of Middletown, Conn. Children: Chester Taylor, b. June 24, 1908, d.
August 25, 1918; Elizabeth Whiting, b. September 2, 1909; Archer
Gordon, b. January 21, 1912; Eleanor Lawrence, b. March 18, 1913.

Address : 50 Merrimack St., Haverhill, Mass. Residence : 4 Arlington
Place, Haverhill, Mass.

2316. DAVID GIFFORD WILLETS. Ph.B.; M.D., George
Washington University, 1907. A. A. <J>. Born December 28, 1873,
Scullville, N. J.

Studied m Medical School of George Washington University, 1903-07.
In the hygiene laboratory, U. S. Public Health and Marine Hospital
Service, Washington, D. C., 1903-07. In the pathological laboratory,
Government Hospital for the Insane, Washington, D. C., 1907-08. Patho-
logist, State Sanitarium, Milledgeville, Ga., 1908-09. Medical zoologist,
Bureau of Science, Manila, P. I., 1909-14. Lecturer on Medical Zoology,
Philippine Medical School, 1909-14. Assistant epidemiologist, U. S.

Public Health Service, 1914 . Editor: annual reports of Georgia

State Sanitarium (section for pathology), 1908, '09.

Married June 2, 1913, Mary Esther Kirkpatrick, of Colorado Springs,
Col. Child : Jane Esther, b. February 13, 1916.

Address: English Creek, N. J.

2317. ^FREDERICK AMOS WOODWORTH. B.A. X. *. Born
February 3, 1873, Boston, Mass.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Vermont Conference, 1902-21. Died
March 10, 1921, Bellows Falls, Vt.

Married June 30, 1903, Addie E. Woodward, of Landgrove, Vt. Chil-
dren : Maurice Forsyth, b. April 21, 1905; Marion Evelyn, b. June 25,
1914.

2318. THEODORE BASIL YOUNG. B.A.; B.D., Drew Theo-
logical Seminary, 1906. A. T. A. Born November 2, 1877, Huntsville,
N. J.

With the United Gas Improvement Company, Paterson, N. J., 1902-03.
Studied in Drew Theological Seminary, 1903-06. Methodist Episcopal
minister, New York Conference, 1906 - . Chaplain, I32nd Field Artil-

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GRADUATES. [1902

lery, 36th Division, U. S. Army, 1918-19. Secretary, Teacher Training
Department, Board of Sunday Schools, M. E. Church, 1919 .

Married July 9, 1907, Augusta Therese Jones (No. 2329).

Address : Mizpah Inn, Syracuse, N. Y.

2319. ALICE LOCKWOOD ADAMS. B.A. (hon., gen. sch.).
. B. K. Born May 25, 1879, Wethersfield, Conn. Sister of No. 1731.

Studied in a business college, 1902-03. Engaged in stenography and
clerical work, New England Teachers' Exchange, Hartford, Conn., 1903-
06; Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company, Hartford, 1906 .

Address: Broad St., Wethersfield, Conn.

2320. ELDORA JOSEPHINE BIRCH. B.S. (hon., gen. sch.).
$. B. K. Born May 8, 1878, East Hartford, Conn.

Taught in grammar schools, New Britain, Conn., 1902-04 ; High School,

Hartford, Conn., 1904 .

Address: 115 Collins St., Hartford, Conn.

2321. MAUDE VIOLA COLE (WOOD). B.S. Born December i,
1878, Boston, Mass.

Married September 2, 1916, Frank Chilm Wood, of Sayre, Pa.
Address : Mrs. F. C. Wood, Sayre, Pa.

2322. DORA WILHELMINA DAVIS (FARRINGTON). B.A. (hon.,
gen. sell.) ; M.A., Columbia University, 1907. <fr. B. K. Born November
30, 1880, Secunderabad, India. Sister of No. 2462, and of W. B. Davis
(class of 1906).

Taught in Clark University, Atlanta, Ga., 1902-03 ; High School, Port-
land, Conn., 1903-04; High School, Litchfield, Conn., 1904-05; High
School, Torrington, Conn., 1905-06; High School, Normal College of
New York, 1906-08. Instructor in English, Hunter College, New York,
1908-21.

Married June 24, 1920, Rev. Harry Webb Farrington, of New York,

Address: Mrs. H. W. Farrington, 829 West End Ave., New York,



S[USIE] AUGUSTINE DEANGELIS. Ph.B. (hon., gen.
sch.) ; B.S., Simmons College, 1919. 3>. B. K. Born January 18, 1880,
Brooklyn, N. Y.

Taught in High School, West Springfield, Mass., 1903-07; Technical
High School, Springfield, Mass., 1907-18. Graduate student, Boston
School of Social Work, 1918-19. Immigration field secretary, North
Central States, Y. W. C. A. National Board, 1919-21. Foreign com-
munity secretary, Northeastern Field, Y. W. C. A. National Board,
1921 .

Address : Y. W. C. A. National Board, 600 Lexington Ave., New York,

2324. ALICE WINIFRED ENGLISH (NORTH). Ph.B. (hon.,
gen. sch.}. <. B. K. Born June I, 1880, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Taught in High School, Middletown, Conn., 1902-04; Reading, Mass.,
1904-06 ; Newark, N. J., 1906-07.

Married November 4, 1907, Dwight North, of Hartford, Conn. Chil-
dren : Margaret, b. July 28, 1908; Dwight Olcott, b. September 28, 1909;
Winifred Hutchinson, b. February 14, 1913, d. September 9, 1915;
Marian, b. January 30, 1915.

Address : Mrs. Dwight North, 491 New Britain Ave., Hartford, Conn.

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2325. MABELLE CHENEY GRANT (MEEKER). Ph.B. Born
February 25, 1880, Chelsea, Mass. Sister of No. 2679.

Taught in a grammar school, West Haven, Conn., 1902-03 ; High
School, Meriden, Conn., 1903-05. Pastor's secretary, 1915-21. Teaching
in International Baptist Seminary (for foreign-speaking pastors),
1921 .

Married November 24, 1005, Clifford Delegar Meeker (No. 2292),
who died March 26, 1914. Child: Miriam Grant, b. May 17, 1908.

Address : Mrs. M. C. Meeker, 64 S. Munn Ave., East Orange, N. J.

2326. "KATHARINE LOUISE GRISWOLD (WALLACE). Ph.B.
Born October 24, 1879, Rochester, N. Y. Sister of Margaret B. Griswold
(class of 1904). Married October 6, 1906, A. Wallace, M.D. Died
October 19, 1907, Montclair, N. J.

2327. MARGARET GRISWOLD (DELANEY). Ph.B. (hon., gen.
sch.}. 4>. B. K. Born September 15, 1880, South Wethersfield, Conn.

Assistant principal of High School, Westerly, R. I., 1902-03; High
School, West Hartford, Conn., 1903-05.

Married July 19, 1905, Lewis Edwin DeLaney (No. 2275). Children:
Margaret Louise, b. May 19, 1906; William Wesley, b. August 7, 1907;
Edwin Griswold, b. May 12, 191 1; George Frederick, b. February 6, 1921.

Address : Mrs. L. E. DeLaney, 601 West Lockhart St., Sayre, Pa.



SARAH CURRIE HALLOCK (MATTOON). Ph.B. Born
March 26, 1880, Bridgehampton, N. Y.

Taught in Dudley, Mass., 1902-03; Watertown, Conn., 1903-10;
Waterbury, Conn., 1910-13.

Married June 21, 1913, Henry Amasa Mattoon, of Watertown, Conn.
Children: Henry Amasa, b. January 14, 1914; Virginia Hallock, b.
December 24, 1918.

Address : Mrs. H. A. Mattoon, Watertown, Conn.

2329. AUGUSTA THERESE JONES (YOUNG). Ph.B. Born
June 7, 1880, Middletown, Conn. Sister of No. 2117.

Taught in High School, Greenwich, Conn., 1903-06; Hackensack, N. J.,
1906-07; Camden, N. J., 1907.

Married July 9, 1907, Theodore Basil Young (No. 2318).
Address: Mizpah Inn, Syracuse, N. Y.

2330. IDA LIZZIE MACFARLANE (NOBLE). Ph.B. Born
October 5, 1874, Stukely, Quebec, Canada.

Taught in the National Training School for Missionaries and Dea-
conesses, Washington, D. C., 1904-08.

Married May 26, 1908, Benjamin Clayton Noble, of Windsor, Vt.
Children: Rachel Gladys, b. December 10, 1909; Dorothy Evangeline,
b. June n, 1912; Christine Elizabeth, b. July I, 1914.

Address : Mrs. B. C. Noble, Windsor, Vt.

2331. FANNIE MYERSON. B.A. (high hon., gen. sch.}. 3>. B. K.
Born April 18, 1880, in Russia.

Taught in Amityville, N. Y., 1902-04; Torrington, Conn., 1904-06;
Southington, Conn., 1906-08; Arlington, Mass., 1908-10; high schools,
Boston, Mass., 1910-12; Dorchester High School, Mass., 1912 .

Address: 39 Munroe St., Roxbury, Mass.

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ELIZABETH PARKHURST PECK. B.A. (high hon.,
gen. sch.). $>. B. K. Born June 29, 1877, East Haddam, Conn.

Taught in High School, Derby, Conn., 1902-06; Hartford, Conn.,
1906 .

Address : 21 Sumner St., Hartford, Conn.



ERNESTINE ROSE. B.A. ; B.L.S., New York State
Library School, 1904. Born March 19, 1880, Bridgehampton, N. Y.

Studied in New York State Library School, Albany, N. Y., 1902-04.
Assistant Librarian, Wesleyan University, 1904-05. Assistant, New York
Public Library, 1905-07; Branch Librarian-in-charge, 1907-10. Registrar
and instructor, New York Library School, 1910-14. Branch Librarian-
in-charge, and Supervisor of Training Class, New York, 1914-17.
Assistant principal, Library School, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1917-18. In Ameri-
can Library Association War Service, 1918 (Coblenz, Germany,

1919 ).

Address : 426 E. 26th St., New York, N. Y.

2334. FANNY TERRY VAN SCOY. Ph.B. Born December 17,
1875, East Hampton, N. Y. Sister of No. 2335.

Address : Bridgehampton, N. Y.

2335. MAY TALMAGE VAN SCOY. B.S. Born May 4, 1877,
East Hampton, N. Y. Sister of No. 2334.

Taught in the Bridgehampton Literary and Commercial Institute, N. Y.,
1902-04; Summer Tutoring School, Southampton, N. Y., 1904-06.
Engaged in private tutoring, 1906 .

Address : Bridgehampton, N. Y.



*JESSIE MARION WINANS (BETTS). B.A. Born Feb-
ruary 28, 1880, Boston, Mass. Married November 23, 1904, John Melson
Betts (No. 2262). Died September 20, 1910, White Haven, Pa.



CLASS OF 1903.

2337. ARLON TAYLOR ADAMS. B.A.; M.A. (on exam.), 1904;
B.D., Drew Theological Seminary, 1914. C. C. Born May 26, 1881,
Amherst, Mass.

Graduate student, Wesleyan University, 1903-04. Vice-principal,
Searles High School, Great Barrington, Mass., 1904-06. Taught in
Tilton Seminary, N. H., 1906-10; High School, Bloomfield, N. J., 1910-
ii. Graduate student and Assistant in Greek, Drew Theological Semi-
nary, 1911-14. Studied in Graduate School, Columbia University,
1912-13; New York University, 1913-14; University of Zurich (Stephen
Greene Traveling Fellow in Greek), 1914-15. Teacher of English,
Institut Rhenania, Neuhausen, Switzerland, summer of 1915. Assistant
Professor of Greek and English, Hamline University, 1915-19; Associate
'Professor of English, 1919 .

Address: 1443 Capitol Ave., St. Paul, Minn.

2338. GEORGE THURSTON AMES. Ph.B. A. A. $. Born
December n, 1880, Binghamton, N. Y. Brother of 2471.

Traveling salesman, 1903-04. Bond salesman, 1904-05. Employed by
Outing -Magazine, 1905-08 ; Moody's Manual and American Magazine,

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1908-09. Advertising solicitor, 1909-10. With the U. S. Express Com-
pany, New York, N. Y., 1910. In the motion-picture business, 1910
(now general manager, New York Exchange for Educational Films,
Inc.).

Married October 20, 1915, Frances Eugenie Baker, of New York, N. Y.
Child: Campbell Thurston, b. March 24, 1917.

Address : 6319 Lancaster Ave., Overbrook, Philadelphia, Pa.

2339. IRVING MONROE ANDERSON. B.A. (hon., gen. sch.} ;
B.D., Union Theological Seminary, 1913. ^. T. . B. K. Born May
17, 1881, New York, N. Y. Brother of Nos. 2259, 2523, and 2905.

In the real estate and insurance business, Mount Vernon, N. Y., 1903-
08, 1909-10. Bookkeeper for New York City Church Extension and Mis-
sionary Society, M. E. Church, New York, N. Y., 1908-09. Studied in
Union Theological Seminary, 1910-13. Methodist Episcopal minister,
New York East Conference, 1914-26. Agent for Travelers Insurance
Company, Hartford, Conn., 1920 .

Married, 1915, Helen Johnson Roys, of Windsor, Conn.

Address: Windsor, Conn.

2340. OLOF JOHN ANDERSON. B.A. *. N. 6. Born January
29, 1872, North Rorum, Sweden.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Vermont Conference, 1903 .

Married November 24, 1904, W T aitie Carruth Butler, of Warren, Me.
Child : Emily Irene, b. November 24, 1905.
Address : Bradford, Vt.

2341. JAMES GUY BAGG. B.A. ; LL.B., St. Lawrence University,
1907. 4>. N. 0. Born February 10, 1881, Brattleboro, Vt. Brother of
No. 2397.

With the Colonial Bank, New York, N. Y., 1903-04; Title Guarantee
and Trust Company, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1905-06. Studied in Brooklyn Law
School (of St. Lawrence University), 1905-07. Practised law in Mount

Vernon, N. Y., 1907-10; Yonkers, N. Y., 1910 . Member, West-

chester County Board of Supervisors, 1918. Deputy clerk of Surrogate's
Court, Westchester County, N. Y., 1919 .

Married September 2, 1908, Floy Amanda McKinney, of Plattsburg,
N. Y. Children: James Francis, b. August 8, 1909; Harvey McKinney,
b. October 22, 1910; Frances Harriet, b. January n, 1913; Alfred Guy,
b. April 24, 1914; Alice Elizabeth, b. July 4, 1916; Richard Taylor, b.
January 15, 1919.

Address : 418 Park Hill Ave., Yonkers, N. Y.

2342. FRANK MILTON BAKER. B.A. 3>. N. 6. Born Septem-
ber 18, 1880, Providence, R. I.

Methodist Episcopal minister, Vermont and Genesee Conferences,
1903 .

Married September 12, 1905, Jennie M. Hammond, of Saxtons River,
Vt, who died April 20, 1907. Married September 21, 1908, Josephine
Louise Bright, who died January 22, 1912. Children: Kenneth
Hammond, b. April 5, 1907; Warren Milton, b. June 28, 1909.

Address : 2416 E. 9th St., Cleveland, Ohio.

2343. * JAMES HERBERT BAKER. Ph.B. *. T. Born October
20, 1881, Concord, N. H. Brother of No. 2193. Bond salesman. Died
September 9, 1910, Boston, Mass.

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2344. CHARLES PRESCOTT BARKER. B.A. B. 6. II. Born

May 12, 1880, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Assistant sales manager for the McCall Company, fashion publishers,
New York, N. Y., 1904-08. Advertising manager for Joseph Wild & Co.,
New York, N. Y., 1909-18; export manager and advertising manager,
1919 .

Married September 9, 1912, Gertrude Lansing Clark, of Brooklyn,
N. Y.

Address: 215 Quincy St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

2345. ROBERT ALLEN BARTLETT. Ph.B. A. T. A. Born
October 29, 1880, Hampden, Mass.

Clerk, New England Cotton Yarn Company, New Bedford, Mass., and
New York, N. Y., 1903-04; H. V. Dodd & Co., commission merchants,
New York, N. Y., 1905-06. Office manager, J. E. Stanton, Jr., commis-
sion merchant, New York, N. Y., 1907-10; Acushnet Mill Corporation,

and the Hathaway Manufacturing Company, 1910 . Member, New

Bedford Common Council, 1921.

Married October 12, 1907, Lillian Percival, of Brooklyn, N. Y., who
died January 18, 1908. Married June 20, 1909, Jeannette Spear, of
Brooklyn, N. Y.

Address: 33 Mapleview Terrace, New Bedford, Mass.

2346. Z [IB A] PLATT BENNETT. B.A. (hon., gen. sch.). *. T.
$. B. K. Born March 22, 1881, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Son of No. 770;
brother of No. 1942.

With Phelps, Straw & Co., wholesale hardware, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.,
1904-05; member of the firm (Phelps, Lewis & Bennett Co.), 1905-12;
senior member of firm (Lewis & Bennett Hardware Company), 1913 .

Married October 5, 1910, Jessie Dunlap Thomas, of Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Child: Rosanne Dunlap, b. June 14, 1914.

Address: 4-6-8 North Main Sit, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Residence: 219
South Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

2347. JEROME HAROLD BENTLEY. B.A. (hon., gen. sch.) ;
M.A., Columbia University, 1916. A. T. A. Born March 16, 1881,
Kirksville, Mo.

Principal of High School, Brookfield, Mo., 1903-04. Taught in High
School, St. Joseph, Mo., 1904-09; Louisville, Ky., 1909-11. Principal
of High School, Henderson, Ky., 1911-14. Superintendent of schools,
Paducah, Ky., 1914-17. Principal of High School, Richmond, Ind., 1917-
18. Superintendent of schools, Richmond, 1918-21 ; Duluth, Minn.,
1921 .

Married June 16, 1904, Zilpha Elizabeth Baker, of Cameron, Mo.
Children : Zilpha Louise, b. March 22, 1905 ; Jerome Bentley, b. February
6, 1907; Francis Northrop, b. April 16, 1909; Benjamin Webb, b. April
16, 1909; Richard Stuart, b. September 26, 1919.

Address : 2124 E. 5th St., Duluth, Minn.

2348. JAMES GARFIELD BERRIEN. Ph.B. $. N. 6. Born
November 15, 1881, Montclair, N. J. Brother of No. 1884.

With the Richards Advertising Agency, New York, N. Y., 1903-04;
Dollenmayer Advertising Agency, Minneapolis, Minn., 1904. In the
advertising department of Collier's Weekly, Boston, Mass., 1904-11 ; New
York, N. Y., 1911-13. Established Berrien-Durstine Advertising Agency,
1914; Berrien Company, Inc., 1919.

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Married March 12, 1907, Gladys Hawthorne Curtis, of Bridgeport,
Conn. Children: Ruth, b. May 4, 1910; Curtis, b. April 21, 1912;
Price, b. October 20, 1913.

Address : 19 West 44th St., New York, N. Y.

2349. THOMAS PERCIVAL BEYER. B.S. (hon., gen. sch.) ;
M.A., University of Minnesota, 1907. C.C. 3>. B. K. Born March 31,
1 88 1, Tipton, Pa.

Professor of English Literature and History, Tarkio College, Mo., 1903-
06. Professor of English, Hamline University, 1906 - . Studied in
England, and in the University of Chicago, 1913-14. Administrative
examiner of the National War Labor Board, October, I9i8-February,
1919.

Married June 17, 1908, Flora Winifred Lynn, of Tarkio, Mo. Chil-
dren: Thomas Lynn, b. June 15, 19,12; Robert Carlyle, b. December 7,



Address : 1392 West Minnehaha St., St. Paul, Minn.

2350. WILLIAM PRESTON BRAY. Ph.B. ; LL.B., University of



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