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v.-p. and dir. Bond & Mortgage Guarantee Co.; pres. and
dir. Realty Associates; treas. and dir. City Real
Estate Co.; dir. Brooklyn Acad. Music, Bush Terminal
Co., Empire State Surety Co., Kings Co. Electric Light
& Power Co., Livingston Realty Co., Nassau Nat.
Bank, N. Y. Estates of Long Beach, Edison Elec. Il-
luminating Co.; v.-p. and dir. Long Island Safe De-
posit Co. Treas. Union Coll., Schenectady, N. Y.;
trustee Polvtechnic Inst. Clubs: Brooklyn, Hamilton,
Riding and Driving, L. I. Country, Adirondack
League, Triton (Canada), Helena Shooting (N. C),
Nassau Country. Residence: 338 Clinton Av. Ad-
dress: 175 Remsen St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Bethlehem, N. Y., Aug. 24, 183S; s. Henry
and Hannah (Mosher) Bailey; ed. Hudson River Inst.,
Claverack N. Y.; grad. Union Coll. (valedictorian,
1861; Philomathean Soc); m. 1st Rochester, N. Y.,
1864 Dell L. Hooker (died); m. 2d, 1904, Fannie
Mitchell Harding, of Hopeslde, Va.; children: Minnie
Ballev Jewett b. 1866; Judson Hooker Bailey, b. 1871;
also by second marriage, Louisa Harding Bailey.
Lawyer, practising in all courts. Was ass't dist. att'y,
Albany County, 1865-1868; U. S. collector internal
revenue, 14th Dist., N. Y., 1871-1874; dlst. att'y, Al-
bany County, 1874-1877; member of Congress from
Albany Co. 1878-1881; U. S. consul, Hamburg, Ger-
many, 1881-1885; delegate Republican Nat. Con., 1888;
surveyor of customs, Port of Albany, 1889-1894; adj.
177th N. Y. Vols., in Dep't of Gulf during Civil War,
participating in battles of Amite River. Ponchatoula
and siege of. Port Hudson. Dir. First Nat. Bank of
Albany. Republican. Mem. Reformed Ch. Mem. N.
Y. State Bar Ass'n, Loyal Legion (N. Y. Commandery).
Club: Fort Orange. Address: 93 State St., Albany, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Wellsboro, Tioga Co., Pa., June 21, 1857;
s John W. and Margaret (Lewis) Bailey; ed. Cornell
Univ.. classical course, class of 1880; left at end of
sophomore year; grad. Indiana Law Sch., LL.B., 1881;
m. first Lock Haven, Pa., 1877, Rosamond Paty Cog-
geshall (died Sept. 16. 1892); second, Martha's Vine-
yard Mass., Sept. 1, 1901, Gertrude May Stein; chil-
dren: Elliott Gordon Bailey, b. Jan. 31, 1904; Caro-
line and Margaret (twins), b. Dec. 18, 1905. Began
practice of law at Indianapolis, 1881, has been ad-
mitted to all courts of Indiana and New York, and
all Federal courts, including Supreme Court of U.
6.- came to N. Y. City permanently, 1902; has made
specialty of corp'n law. Democrat. Was mem. Ind.
State Senate from Indianapolis, four years; chief
ass't att'y-gen. of Ind., four years; ass't U. S. att'y,
two years; designated by Pres. Cleveland U. S. att y
for Dist of Ind. at close of latter's first term; corp'n
counsel city of Indianapolis, one tenm; Democratic
nominee for Congress from Indianapolis Dist., 1898.
Gen. counsel and dir. Commercial Research Co. of
N. Y. ; counsel and dir. Guanajuato Reduction and
Mines Co.; (plant at Guanajuato, Mexico); also en-
gaged in gen. corporate practice of law. Mem. Dutch
Reformed Ch. Mem. Indiana State Bar Ass'n, Indian-
apolis Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Delta Kappa
Epsilon fraternity, Elks, Mason. Clubs: Democratic,
Lawyers. Residence: Bronxvllle, Westchester Co.,
N. Y. Office address: 5 Nassau St., N. Y. City.

Author, editor, educator; b. South Haven, Mich.,
March 15, 185S; s. L. H. and Sarah (Harrison) Bailey;
B.S., M.S., Mich. Agr'l Coll.: afterwards ass't to Asa
Gray Harvard; L.UD., Univ. of Wis., and Alfred
Univ.,; m. June 6, 1883, Annette Smith; children:
Sarah May, b. 1887; Ethel Zoe, b. 1889. Prof, horti-
culture and landscape gardening, Mich. Agr'l Coll.,
1884-1SSS; prof, horticulture Cornell Univ., 1888-1903;
dir. N. Y. State Coll. of Agr., Cornell Univ., 1903-1913.
Chm'n Pres. Roosevelt Comm'n on Country Life. Lec-
turer on edn'l, social and scientific topics. Editor:
Cyclopedia of Am. Horticulture (4 vols.); Cyclopedia
Of Am. Agriculture (4 vols.); Standard Cyclopedia of
Horticulture (6 vols.); Rural Science Series; Rural

Text-Book Series; Rural .Manual Series; first editor
Country Life In America; former editor Am. Garden.
Author: Survival of the Unlike; Evolution of Our
Native Fruits; Botany for Schools; First Lessons
with Plants; Principles of Agriculture; Principles of
Fruit-Growing; Principles of VeKetn.ble-Gardening;
Manual of Gardening; Outlook to Nature; The Nature-
Study Idea; The State and the Farmer; the Country-
Life Movement; York State Rural Problems; The
Training of Farmers; Farmers and Gardeners Rule
Book, Nursery Book, Plant Breeding, Forcing Book,
Pruning Book, Practical Garden Book and other hooks.
Independent in politics. Fellow Am. Acad. Arts and
Sciences; mem. Am. Phllos. iSoc. Address: Ithaca, N. Y.


Physician; b. N. Y. City, July 12, 1865; grad. Prince-
ton, 1886 (A.M.), Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y. City,
1889; since then practising in N. Y. City; specialty Is
diseases of the mind and the nervous system. Con-
sulting neurologist, St. Luke's and Roosevelt Hosps.,
N. Y. City. Author: Accident and Injury, Their Re-
lation to Diseases. Address: 52 W. 53d St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, June 7, 1878; s. Edward H.
and Irene (Clifford) Bailey; grad. Cornell, Ph.B.. 1899:
N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B., 1901. Admitted to N. Y. Bar.
1901; has since practised law in N. Y. City; mem. law
firm Roelker, Bailey & Stiger. Republican. Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. ST., N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n;
mem. Phi Delta Phi. Clubs: University. Alpha Delta
Phi, Cornell, Squadron A, Underwriters, Whitehall.
Atlantic Yacht. Address: 62 William St.. N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; b. Providence, R. I., Feb. 17.
1870: s. William F. and Lucy Elizabeth (Seaman)
Bainbridge; ed. Mohegan Lake Sch., Peekskill. N. Y..
Shurtleff Coll.. A.M., Washington & Jefferson Coll..
M.S., Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y., M.D., 1896; Sc.D.
from Unlv of Pa., 1907; married. For years on house
staff of Presby'n Hosp., later physician to Sloane
Maternity Hosp.; quiz master Coll. Phys. and Surg.,
1894-1896; adjunct prof. N. Y. Post-Grad. Med. Sch.
and Hosp.; now surgeon and gyneeologisj: to N. Y.
Skin and Cancer Hosp.; attending surgeon to N. Y.
City Children's Hosps. and Schs.; prof, of surgery N.
Y. Polyclinic Med. Sch. and Hosp.; consulting gyne-
cologist to St. Andrew's Convalescent Hosp.. St.
Mary's Hosp., Jamaica., and Ossining Hosp.; consult-
ing surgeon N. Y. Home for Dependent Crippled Chil-
dren, Manhattan State Hosp., Tarrytown Hosp.; ass't
surgeon Reserve Med. Corps, U. S. Navy. Travelled
abroad 4 years. Vol. surgeon during Spanish-Am.
War.; surgeon-gen., with rank of brig.-gen., of Boys'
Brigade of America, several years. Mem. Delta Up-
silon fraternity, Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. Acad. Medi-
cine, N. Y. State Med. Soc, Greater N. Y. Med. Ass'n.
Alumni Socs. of Presby'n Hosp. and Sloane Maternity
Hosp.; hon. pres. Heidelberg Congress on Cancer.
1907. Contb'r to med. and scientific literature. Au-
thor: Our Unseen Foes (work on 'bacteriology). The
Growing of Years, Compend of Operative Gynecol-
ogy (Grafton Press), Life's Day. Guide Posts and
Danger Signals in Health (Frederick A- Stokes &
Co.), and scientific papers. Clubs: Quill, Students.
Address: 34 Gramercy Park, N. Y. City.

Lawyer (patent specialist) ; >b. Philadelphia, April
24, 185S; s. William J. and Mary Emma (Cornish)
Baird; ed. Central High Sch., Philadelphia, High Sch..
Orange, N. J., Stevens Inst. Technology, M.E., 1878;
Columbia Coll. Law Sch. and Sch. of Polit. Science,
LLB., 1882; m. 1S86, Jennie G. Mansfield. Dir. in
many corp'ns. Republican; Methodist. Mem Am.
Chem. Soc, Soc. Chem. Industry, Societe MineTalo-
gique de France, Am. Geog. Soc. Mem. Beta Theta
Pi, Phi Delta Phi. Editor of Beta Theta Pi since
1894; founder and first editor The Brief. Author:
Manual of American College Fraternities: Principles
of American Law. Residence: Orange, N. J. Address:
271 Broadway. N. Y. City.

Mathematician; b. Cincinnati. O.. May 7. 1863: s.
John G. and Mary A. (Latham) Baker: grad. Rens-
selaer Polvtechnic Inst.. C.E.. 1873: studied at Univ.
of Gottingen, 1896; honorary Ph.D., Lafayette Coll.,
1889; m. Palisades, N. Y., Sept. 26, 1878, Elizabeth
Coit Hand; d. Rev. Aaron H. Hand; one d., Dorothy
P., b. July 27, 1886. Adjunct prof. Civil Eng'ring,
Lafayette Coll., 1873-1880; in practise of law, Scranton,
Pa., 1880-1889; principal High Sch., Scranton, 1882; edi-
tor Common Pleas. Reporter & Weekly Digest. Scran-
ton. 1885-1887: prof. Stevens High Sch., Hoboken, N. J.,
1889-1891; Univ. of Rochester, 1891-1901; head dep't of
Mathematics, Manual Training High School. Brook-



lyn, N. v.. since L90 1. Authoi i DUri I P

Supreme Court Decisions, 18S6-1S87; Graphic Ail
1892; Elliptic Functions, 1899; .Solid Geometry,
Conic Sections, 1893; The Art of Geometry, 1905;
Quaternions as the Result of Algebraic Operations,
1910; Elementary Thick-Lens Optics, 1911; also
manuals for class use on Projective Geometry,
Complex Functions, Perspective; contb'r to math,
and pedagogical Journal. Independent Progres-
sive; Presby'n. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Am.
Math. Soc Rensselaer Soc. of Eng'rs, Rochester
Acad, of Sciences isec. 1892-1899). Recreations;
Water colors, mineralogy, microscopy. Residence:
Forest Hills Gardens, L. I. Address; Manual Train-
ins; High School (Johnson St. Annex). Brooklyn. N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Ithaca. N. Y.. March 3. 1872; s. Theo-
dore J. and liloise (Titus) Baker; grad. Cornell Univ..
1,1.. i;.. 1697; in. Ella Louise Cook, of Ithaca. N. V.
Admitted to bar 1897. Formerly att'y for the County
ol Tompkins; acting recorder of city of Ithaca, and
clerk B'd of Supervisors of Tompkins Co. Has been
sec Tompkins Co. Agr'l and Hoit. Soc. Republican;
Prt iv'n. Mem. Tompkins Co. 1j.ii Ass'n, Crafts-
men's Club; Ho'basco Lodge No. 716, F. and A.M.;
Cthaca Lodge No. 71, I.O.O.F.; Cayuga Lake Tent. No.
627, K.O.T.M. Address: Library Bld'g. Ithaca. N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Easthampton, Mass., May 6. 1878; s.
George Hall and Nellie (Adkins) Baker; ed. Horace
Mann High Sch. and Columbia Univ.. A.B. (with hon-
ors). 1899, A.M.. LL.B., 1902; m. May 23. 1908, Marie
Louise Johnston. Admitted to bar. 1902. and has
since been practising in N. T. City. Pres. Colu
McKinley and Roosevelt Club: sec. Citizens
21st Assembly Dist. Dir. and counsel Harlem Con
tracting Co.; v. -p. and counsel The Pacific City Ter-
minal & Contracting Co. Republican. Mem. Phi Beta
Kappa, Delta Upsilon, Delta Sigma Rho. Deutscher
Verein der Columbia Universitat, The Philolexian
Soc, N. Y". Acad, of Polit. Science, N. Y. County Law-
yers' Ass'n. and various alumni ass'ns. Mason. Ad-
dress: 52 Broadway. N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r, capitalist; b. Chicago, 111., Nov. 30, 1864;
s, William T. and E, A. Baker; ed. public schs., Cor-
nell Univ.. C.E., 1SS6; m. Rome, N. Y.. June 13, 188S.
Gladys G. Fiance; children: William T.. Jr., b. 1889;
Leslie D. F., b. 1890; Dorothy E., b. 1S98. Resident
eng'r Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern R'y; appt'd. 1895.
'receiver Merchants' Nat. Bank of Seattle. Founder,
pres.. chief eng'r the Snoqualine Falls Power Co.. and
White River Power Co., which have been com'bined
as Seattle-Tacoma Power Co. Democrat and Inde-
pendent; Episcopalian. Delegate to Nat. Dem. Conv.,
<'he ago, 1896, but disagreeing with coinage plank of
platform adopted there, returned to Seattle, and led
Gold Democratic movement in State of Wash. Pres.
Westchester-Putnam Country Life Soc; mem. Am.
Soc. Civil Eng'rs. Am. Inst. Elec Eng'rs, Am. Geog.
Soc. Recreations: Hunting, exploration, "bicycling,
scientific farming. Clubs: Engineers, Lawyers, Cor-
nell. Alpha Delta Phi. Address: Mohegan Lake, N. Y.


Editor, civil eng'r; b. Johnson, Vt., Jan. 17, 1865: s.
Thomas Jefferson and Mattie (Whiting) Baker; ed.
Vt. state Normal Sch., Univ. of Vt.. C.E.. 1886; m.
June 4. 1890, Rebekah Wheeler, of Burlington, Vt. ;
children: Jefferson Wheeler, b. 1S91; Charles Whit-
ing, Jr., b. 1895. Draughtsman Baldwin Locomotive
WoTks, Phila., 1SS6-1S87; on editorial staff since 1SS7.
editor-in-chief since 1895, Engineering News. N. Y.
City. Mem. Palisades Interstate Park Comm'n. Con-
gregationalist. Mem. and past v.-p. Am. Soc. Mech.
Eng'rs. Mem. Am. Econ. Ass'n. Phi Delta Theta.
Author: Monopolies and the People (Putnam). Resi-
dence: "Fern Hill," 20 S. Mountain Av Montelair,
X. J. Address: 505 Pearl St., N. Y. City.


Merchant; b. Andover. X Y.. June 23, 1841: s. Thad-
deus and Sarah Storrs (Spicer) Baker; descendant on
paternal side of V ttander Baker, who came to I T .
S., ir.ri.",; Joshua Baker, 4th son. settled in New Lon-
don. Conn.. lilTO. and received, in 1700, a deed from
Owanaco. the C lief of Mohegans, for a large tract
of land in Mohc;an, near "Cochegan Rock." Family
included John Winthrop, first gov. of Mass.; Fitz John
Winthrop, gov.- of Conn.; Capt. Remember Baker,
prominent in Vt. Revolutionary hist., and Ethan Al-
len; also related to Woodruff, Ramsey, Thomas, Cas-
tle, Hand. Hurlbert. Xichols, Chittenden, Morgan,
Enos, Ripley. Warner. Norton, Baldwin, Hamilton.
Strong. Keys. Evarts. Stanton and Comstock families.
On mother? side, descendant of William Brewster.

Mayflower; grandfather Baker surveyed a por-
tion of Western N. Y. for the Engiisn Poultney Es-
tate, nearly 100 years ago, and gave the land and
built the first Presby'n Ch. in that section; ed. Alfred
Univ.; in. .Mousey, N. Y., June 11, 1S63, Henrietta E
liildren: Jennie E., b. July 17, 1864; Rollin
Thaddeus, b. Feb. 19, 1871; Cassius Dwight, b. Sept.
21, 1873; Grace L., b. July 28, JS75; Mabel E., b.
i 7, 1878; Ethel L., b. Nov. 11, 18S8. Went to
N. Y. City, 1858, and engaged as bookkeeper with
prominent firms there until 1863, went into partner-
ship with Daniel S. Bradley, merchant and banker,
at Andover, N. Y. ; subsequently with Mrastus Young
(now auditor of Union Pacific R'y) formed firm of
Baker & Young, and bought land at Suffern, N. T.,
on which built a store, and lumber and coal yards;
later took over entire interests of Baker & Young,
and added to interests there by building a large car-
riage and sleigh manufactory, bakery and other
stores, and many fine residences, besides conducting
largest business in county; later conducted business
as Baker & Marks, and as Crescent Lumber Co. Be-
came interested in lumbering, mining and other in-
terests on Pacific Coast. Republican; organized dur-
ing Lincoln's second campaign, 1864, and was pres.
of first Republican Club at Suffern, N. Y. : served as
postmaster for many years, supervisor two terms
(first Republican supervisor ever elected in town);
delegate to town, county, State, Nat., Senatorial and
Cong. Convs. Mason. Mem. S. A. R., Am. Inst. Civ-
ics, Am. Legion of Honor. Soc. of Mayflower Descend-
ants, N. E. Soc, W. Y. Geneal. and Biog. Soc, Soc. of
Colonial Wars, Long Island Hist. Soc. Clubs: Re-
publican (N. Y. City), Montauk (Brooklvn). Address:

umbia" / lz Ei s ht h A v.. Brooklyn. N. Y.


Physician: b. Northampton, N. Y., April 16, 1853;
prepared at Ithaca Acad.: grad. Cornell Univ., B.S.,
1878; Michigan Univ.. M D., 1882; m 1st. 1889. Mary
L. Colling, of Utica. X. Y. (deceased): 2d, 1908, Caro-
line M. Pierce, of Worcester, Mass. Has been suc-
cessful practising physician in Ithaca since 1884; lec-
turer on medicine and obstetrics in Cornell Univ. Med.
Sch. Mem. Am. Med Ass'n, N. Y. State Med. Soc;
pres. Tompkins Co. Med. Soc. Republican. Alderman,
Ithaca, N. Y., 1902-1904. Address: 108 W. Seneca St.,
Ithaca, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Dedham. Mass., Feb. 8, 1837: s. John and
Patty (Ellis) Baker; grad. Dartmouth Coll.. A.B.. 1859;
studied in Albany Law Sch.; m. May 25, 1869. Catherine
W. Fisher. Served three years in Civil War. in ISth
Mass. Vols., 5th Corps. Army of Potomac. Admitted to
bar 1860; practising in X. Y. Citv since 1865. Trustee
Bankers' Safe Deposit Co.; dir. 1st Nat. Bank of N. Y
N. J. Gen. Security Co. Republican; Unitarian. Trus-
tee Hackley Sch.. Tarrytown, N. Y. Mem. Alpha Delta
Phi. Phi Beta Kappa, Mil. Order of Loyal Legion.
Clubs: Unitarian, Dartmouth. Residence: Yonkers.
X. Y. Address: 2 'Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. West Milgrove, Ohio; s. Ephraim Hudson
and Ann Janette (Whitney) Baker; ed. Oberlin Coll..
A.B.. 1866: Yale. B.D., 1S90; N. Y. Law Sch.. LL.B., 1900:
X. Y.. Univ. Law Sch.. M.L., 1907; m. N. Y. City, April
29, 1903, Theodora Wadsworth. Engaged in practice
of law in N. Y. City. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem.
N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n. Recreation: Golf. Club:
X. Y. Golf. Residence: 480 E. 19th St., Brooklvn. N. Y.
Address: 15 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Railroad comm'r; b. Owego, N. Y., 1846; s. John D.
Baker: grad. Ames Business College. Syracuse, X*. Y.
Worked at carpenter trade; clerk in Erie R. R. freight
office, Owego, N. Y.. 1864. becoming chief clerk; station
ag't of Southern Central (now Lehigh Valley) R. R.,
at Owego, 1872-18S2; sup't Addison & Pa. R. R., 1S82-
1S86; also freight and passenger ag't same road, 1882-
1S96; also gen. sup't Gaines Coal Co.. 18S6-1896. and
ag't for receiver Bradford, Eldred & Cuba R. R.. 1886-
1895: constructed, and was gen. mg'r Darien & West-
ern R. R. of Ga., 1894-1895. Established in hardware
business, Owego, since 1894. as senior mem. Frank M.
Baker & Son; mem. N. Y..R. R.; v.-p. Waverlv, Sayre,
Athens R'y Co. Comm'n since Dec 18, 1896. Republi-
can. Mem. Comm'n from N. Y. to Cotton States Exp'n.
Atlanta, Ga., 1895; trustee village of Owego. 1873-1SS0
(one term pres.). Active in securing org'n of N. Y.
State Firemen's Ass'n (sec 1S74-1881; pres. 1884-1885).
Address: Owego. N. Y.


Artist: b. N. Y. Oity, Nov. 6, 1876; s. Charles and
Elizabeth Priscilla (Vanderpoel) Baker; early ed'n in
N. Y. schs.; art ed'n at Pratt Inst, and in Paris, under


Harvard University

HARVARD COLLEGE, the oldest college
in the United States, was founded in 1 636, and
since that time has conferred degrees upon 4 1,367
persons. In addition to Harvard College, the
graduates of which are granted the degree of A.B.,
there are the following departments of the University:








The regular tuition fee for students in Harvard
College is $150. There are many financial aids
and scholarships, ranging in amounts from $75 to
$525, which are available each year to meet the
expenses of deserving students and thus make a
college education possible for them. Harvard dis-
tributes annually more than $92,000 for this purpose.

All requests for information should be directed to


School advertisements continued on page 32



New York University

10 Schools

400 Instructors

5500 Students


Organization of New York University

The University is organized for educational and administrative purposes in nine schools, each
under the government of its own faculty, with the privilege of presenting candidates for

degrees as follows:


. The University College of Art* and Pure
Science (1832). Offers to male High School gradu-
ates four-year courses of study, divided into nine groups,
leading to the degrees of B.A. and B.S.

The School of Applied Science (1862).

Offers to male High School graduates four-year courses
of study in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
and Chemical Engineering, leading to the degree of B.S.,
and five-year courses leading to the degrees of C.E.,
M.E., and Chem. E.


The Washington Square College (1903).

Offers to graduates of approved Normal Colleges and
to graduates holding degrees from colleges not recognized
for matriculation in the Graduate School, courses of
study in Arts and Pure Science, leading to the degree of
Bachelor of Science.

The Graduate School (1886). Offers to
graduates of approved colleges courses in Arts and Pure
Science, leading to the degrees of M.A., M.S., Ph.D.
and Sc.D. (Laboratory courses are given at University

The School of Pedagogy (1890). Offers to
graduates of approved colleges a two-year professional
course in the science and art of education, leading to the
degrees of Pd.M. and Pd.D.

The Law School (1835). Offers to men and
women holding a professional students' certificate of the
New York Regents, to students who have completed the
Freshman year of an approved college, and to college
graduates, three- and four-year professional courses in
law, leading to the degrees of LL.B., LL.M. and J.D.

The University and Bellevue Hospital Medi-
cal College (1841). Offers to men who have com-
pleted one year's work of college standard, subsequent
to High School graduation, a four-year professional
course in medicine, leading to the degree of M.D.


The New York-American Veterinary College
(1899). Offers to men holding a 60 count Regents'
certificate, or an equivalent accepted by the Regents, a
three-year professional course, leading to the degree
of D.V.S.

Besides the nine schools which present candidates for degrees, there are also the following divisions

of the University:

The Woman's Law School (1890). Offers
courses in law for business women, leading to a cer-

The Summer School (1895). Offers col-
legiate and professional courses for which credit toward
degree may be secured by matriculants in the Univer-
sity College, the Washington Square College, the School
of Applied Science, the Law School, the School of
Commerce, the School of Pedagogy, or the Graduate


The Extramural Division

University courses in collegiate and
jects outside the University centres.

(1908). Offers
commercial sub-

For Circulars of
any of the Schools
address the Registrar.

New York University

Washington Square
New York City

School advertisements continued on page 63



Oustav Courtois and other well-known masters; m.
Brooklyn, Dec. 13, 1902, Maud Lillian Forsbrey; chil-
dren: Frederick Gustav Vanderpoe'., b. 1908; Edward
La Marche, b. 1907. Exhibited In Paris Salons, Vienna.
Ghent, St. Louis, Chicago. Xew York, etc. El
asso. of the Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts, 1901.
Has traveled in Switzerland, Italy, Germany and
ce. Pres. Colonial Studios (corp'n). Has executed
commissions for Emperor William, Prince Radolin,
Prince of Monaco, etc.. and many prominent people in
U. S. and Europe. Club: Salmagundi. Address: 39 W.
67th St., X. Y. City.


Editor; b. Wyandotte, Mich., April 1, 1S70; s. George
Pason and Celestia (Barr) Baker; ed. privately, and in
England and France; m. May 10, 1910. Laura Pike, of
San Francis,-... with Detroit Tribune, 1S95-1S96; De-
troit Journal, 1S97-1.S99; European corr. Detroit Jour-
nal, 1900-1901; McClure's Magazine (English office),
1902; art critic Academy and Literature, England, 1903;
Am. corr. London Daily Express, London Daily Stand-
ard, 1904-1905: journalist; sec. to Joseph Pulitzer, 1906;
asso. editor Everybody's Magazine, 1907-1910; man-
aging editor Delineator, since 1911. Ships writer U. S.
S. Vosemite. during Spanish-Am. War. Republican
Clubs: Players, and various literary and country
clubs. Address: 375 Park Av., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Troy, N. Y., March 27, 1840; m. Florence
T. Baker. Chm'n B'd of Dirs. First Nat. Bank; dir.
Chase Nat. Bank. Nat. Bank of Commerce. Astor Trust
Co., Farmers Loan & Trust Co., Guaranty Trust Co.,
and interested as officer or director in many other
large corp'ns. Clubs: Metropolitan, Union League,
City Midday, Automobile of America, Jekyl Island,
Rumson Country, Riding, Tuxedo, Sleepy Hollow Coun-
try. X. Y. Yacht, Colony. Residence: 25S Madison Av.
Address: 2 Wall St. N. Y. City.


Banker: b. March 19. 1S78; s. George Fisher and
Florence T. Baker; grad. Harvard Univ., 1S99; m. Oct.
14, 1911, Edith B. Kane. V.-p. First Nat. Bank of N. Y.

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