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A.; dir. N. Y. City Mission; ex-pres. N. Y. Bible Soc.
Clubs: Republican, Columbia University. Address:
32 W. 51st St., N. Y. City.


Master printer; b. Lexington, Ky.. Dec. 29. 185-1; s.
Thomas Handy and Catharine Isabella (Le Grand)
Gilliss; ed. Ch. of Transfiguration Episcopal Sch., N.
Y. City; unmarried. After leaving sch. learned print-
ing trade, at which has since continued. Episco-
palian. Recreations: Rowing, walking. bowling,
tennis. Address: 436 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Master printer; b. Lexington, Ky., May 17, 1855; s.
Thomas Handy and Catharine Isabella (Le Grand!
Gilliss; ed. Ch. of Transfiguration Episcopal Sch., N.
Y. City; unmarried. After leaving sch. learned print-
ing trade, at which has continued; sec. and mem.
of council The Grolier Club. Republican: mem. 27th
Assembly Dist. Republican Club. Episcopalian. Rec-
reations: Rowing, "walking, bowling, tennis. Ad-
dress: 436 Madison Av., N. Y. City.

Author, lecturer; b. Hartford, Conn., 1860; d. Fred-
erick Beecher and Mary A. Fitch (Westcott) Perkins;
great-granddaughter of Lyman Beecher; .m. 1st, 1884,
C. W. Stetson; 2d, 1900, G. H. Oilman. Lecturer since
1890; also extensive magazine contb'r on subjects of
sociology, ethics and economics; also verses and
stories; has written much in favor of the advance-
ment of women along practical lines of economics
and social progress and on problems of labor.
Author: In This Our World (verse), 1898; Women
and Economics, 1S98; The Yellow Wall-Paper, 1890;
Concerning Children, 1900; The Home, Its Work and
Influence, 1903; Human Work, 1904; Man Made World,
1911. Owner, author, editor and publisher of The
Forerunner, a monthly magazine. Made speakiing
tours in Europe, 1896, 1899, 1905, 1913. Mem. Am.
Sociol. Ass'n. League for Polit. Ed'n, Am. Acad. Polit.
and Social Science. Address: 627 W. 136th St., N.
Y. City.


Critic, author; b. Flushing, L. I., July 5, 1878; s.
Arthur C. and Bessie (Lawrence) Gilman; ed. in
public schools of N. Y. City, and Collins St. Classical



Sch., Hartford, Conn : studied painting under William
M. Chase; studied privately, musical theory and com-
position, piano and organ; m. 1904, Elizabeth Wright
Walter. Author: Phases of Modern Music, 1904;
Edward MacDowell, 1905; The Music of To-morrow,
1906; A Guide to Strauss' "Salome," 1907; Stories of
Symphonic Music. 1907; A Guide to Debussy's "Pelleas
et Melisande," 1907; Aspects of Modern Opera, 1908;
Edward MacDowell (revised and enlarged edition of
earlier study), 1909. Musical critic, 1901-1913, mn'g
editor, 1911-1913, of Harper's Weekly; now musical
and dramatic critic North American Review. Mem.
Nat. Inst, of Arts and Letters. Address: Care Harper
& Bros., Franklin Sq., N. T. City.


Merchant; b. Alton, 111., Jan. 2, 1841; s. Winthrop
Sargent and Abia Swllft (Lippincott) Gilman; ed.
private schools. Williams Coll., A.B., 1862, A.M., 1S64;
m. St. George's Ch., N. Y. City, Oct. 22, 1S63, Eliza-
beth Drinker Paxson; children: Frances Paxson,
Theodore, Jr., Helen Ives, Robbins, Elizabeth Bethune
(now Mrs. Henry H. Law). On Wall Street forty
years, connected with various business enterprises,
municipal, railroad and industrial. V.-p. and dir.
Gilman Son & Co.; trustee Bessemer Ditch Co.; pres.
and trustee East Side Building Ass'n; dir. Keokuk
& Des Moines R. R. ; sec. treas. and dir. Keokuk and
Ham. Bridge Co.; dir. N. T. Warehouse & Security
Co.; trustee and dir. North Platte Land & Water
Co. Republican. Treas., 1S6S-1869, pres., 1874-1876,
N. T. Bible Soc; mem. N. Y. Sabbath Com. (treas.
over 20 years); mem. B'd Mg'rs Am. Bible Soc, St.
John's Riverside Hosp., Yonkers; pres. Y. M. C. A.,
Yonkers; trustee Y. W. C. A., Yonkers; deacon and
elder, Presby'n Ch. Prepared and presented bill in
Congress for incorporation of clearing houses, and
made statements before House Com. on Banking and
Currency in support of same. Author: A Graded
Banking System, 1S9S; Federal Clearing Houses, 1899.
Contb'r to Bankers' Magazine; The Completion of
the National Banking System (Sept., 1893); The Phil-
osophy of the History of Bank Currency in the
United States (Oct., 1875); to Chicago Banker: The
95th Section of the National Bank Act (April-June,
1900); Reply to M. Des Essars, Statistician of the
Bank of France (June, 1902; to Bankers' Monthly:
Our Democratic Banking System and Its Natural
Ally, the Clearing House (June, 1904). Also wrote:
Heredity versus Evolution (The Monist, Oct., 1893);
The Clearing House System (Journal Polit. Economy,
March, 1904); Ambiguities (Open Court, July, 1905);
also address before Washington State Bankers' Ass'n,
July, 1903, on Clearing House Emergency Circulation
(resolution passed approving same); address before
Neb. State Bankers' Ass'n, Oct., 1906, on A Clearing
House Currency, and address before Founders and Pa-
triots of America, Jan. 31, 1905, on Some Social Theories
of the Revolution. Mem. Williams Coll. Alumni Ass'n,
Anthropol. Club (Yonkers), Kappa Alpha fraternity,
Founders and Patriots of America, S. A. R., N. E.
Soc. of N. Y. Recreations: Travel, fishing, hunting,
reading, writing, walking. Club: Union League.
Residence: Yonkers, N. Y. Address: 55 William St..
N. Y. City.


Army officer; b. Eort McRae, N. Mex., July 23, 1S09;
s. Brig.-Gen. J. C. and tiattie (Connor) Gilmore; ed.
Racine Coll., Wis.,; grad. West Point Mil. Acad., class
1S94; 2d lieut. 4th Cav., June 12, 1S94; transferred
to 4th Art'y, Oct. 12, 1894; promoted to 1st lieut.
art'y, [March 2, 1899; capt. Art'y Corps, July, 1, 1901;
major coast Art'y Corps, U. S. A., March 11, 1911.
Clubs: Metropolitan, Chew Chase, Army and Navy
(Washington, D. C), Pacific-Union, Bohemian (San
Francisco); Army and Navy (N Y.). Address: Adju-
tant, Pacific Coast Art'y Dist., Fort Miley, Calif.


Physician, surgeon; b. Fulton, N. Y., March J, 1S71;
s. James and Mary (Veeder) Gilmour; ed. Fulton High
Sch., Falley Sem., Fulton, N. Y.; Margate Coll., Mar-
gate, Kent, Eng. ; Phillips Acad., Andover, Mass. ; grad.,
1S92, Yale Univ., Ph.B., 1895, Coll. Phvs. and Surgs.
(Columbia), M.D., 1899; grad. study in Gbttingen, Ger-
many, and Vienna, Austria, for one year, after hosp.
service in N. Y., as interne in St. John's Hosp., Brook-
lyn, and later in Sloane Maternity Hosp., N. Y City.
Engaged in gen. practise as physician and surgeon in
N. Y. City. Has traveled extensively in Europe, U. S.,
including Alaska, also in Canada, Cuba and Bermuda.
Capt. and ass't surgeon Med. Dep't, State N. Y., as-
signed for duty to 13th Art'y D1st. Consulting derma-
tologist Manhattan State Hosp.; ass't attending derma-
tologist N. Y. City Children's Hosp. and Schs. Repub-
lican; Presby'n. Treas. Am. Soc. of Sanitary and
Moral Prophylaxis; mem. N. Y. Acad, of Medicine,

N. Y. State Med. Soc, County Med. Soc, Alumni of
St. John's Hosp., Alumni Sloane Maternity Hosp.,
Sons of Revolution, Theta Delta Chi fraternity, Ass'n
Mil. Surgeons and Vereinigung Alter Deutscher Stu-
denten in Amerika. Recreations: Travel, shooting,
mountain climbing. Clubs: Yale, Graduate (Theta
Delta Chi), Columbia Yacht. Address: 133 E. 57th St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Philadelphia Oct. 31 1872; s. Thomas and
Sallie E. (Rowland) Gilpin; grad. St. John's Coll.,
Annapolis, Md., A.B., 1894, Columlbia Univ., DL.B.,
1897; m. N. Y. City, Jan. 10. 1901, Gertrude May Chase;
one d., Georgia, b. 1903 (died 1908). Admitted to bar,
1897; since then engaged in practise of law. Mem.
law firm of Cabell & Gilpin. Counsel, sec. and dir.
Caskey Valve Co., Am. Manganese Bronze Co., Holmes-*
burg Realty Co., Am. Hydro-Numatic Co., Tear Off
Bottle Seal Co., the Corp'n Co. of America, also coun-
sel and dir. N. E. Inventions Co., Conn. Motor Vehicle
Co., Plaster Products Co., Hercules Flaster Board Co.,
Gen. Corp'n Co., Municipal Utilities Corp'n, Western
Newfoundland Lumber Co.; mem. Ass'n Bar City of N.
Y., Am. Hist. Soc, Nat. Geog. Soc, N. Y. County Law-
yers' Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n.
Independent Democrat. Served in N. Y. State Naval
Militia and during Spanish-Am. War in U. S. Navy.
Roman Catholic, Mem. Md. Soc, Phi Gamma Delta,
Sons of Revolution. Clubs: Manhattan, Atlantic
Yacht, Nat. Democratic, Phi Gamma Delta. Address:
11 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 28, 1860; s. John and
Mary (Dowdall) Gilpin; ed. N. Y. ipublic schs.; un-
married. Entered N. Y. Clearing House after leaving
sch., 1877; made teller, 188S; ass't mg'r since 1892.
Associated with Loan Corns, of 1884, 1890, 1893 and
1907. Trustee Brevoort Savings Bank. Served W/k
years in 7th Reg't, N. G. N. Y. ; was 1st serg't Co. E;
one of founders and editors Seventh Reg't Gazette.
Republican; Episcopalian. Mem. Chamber of Com-
merce. Mem. Brooklyn Inst. Arts and Sciences,
Brooklyn League, 7th Reg't Veteran Ass'n. Recrea-
tions: Golf, riding, driving and motoring. Clu'bs:
Union League, Crescent Athletic, N. Y. Press. Long
Island Automobile. Address: 1300 Dean St., Brook-
lyn, N. Y.


Physician and surgeon; b. Cedar Creek, Greene Co.,
East Tenn.; s. William (M.D.) and Mary Ann (Link)
Girdner; ed. Greenville and Tusculum Coll., E. Tenn.,
A.B., 1876, Univ. City of N. Y., Med. Dep't, M.D., 1879;
m. Sept. 23, 1886, Adela Pratt. Served on house staff
of Bellevue Hosp. and several other hosps. ; taught
anatomy in N. Y. Univ., and surgery in N. Y. Post.
Graduate Sch. and Hosp. Has practised continuously
in N. Y. City since graduation; resident fellow N. Y.
Acad. Med. Inventor of Girdner's Telephonic Bul-
let Probe and other surg. instruments. Author of
"Newyorkitis" and many magazine articles. First to
successfully graft skin from a dead body to a living
body; first to call attention to need of suppressing un-
necessary noise, in essays in North American Re-
view, 1896, etc. Address: 47 W. 71st St., N. Y. City,


Real estate broker; b. N. Y. City, June 8, 1878; a.
Henry and Diana (Lehmaier) Gitterman; ed. ur.
Sach's private sch.; grad. U. S. Real Estate Sch. Pres.
and dir. Corn Claw Co., N. Y. Democrat. Actively en-
gaged in legislative matters as sec. Taxation and
Legislation Com. of Real Estate B'd of Brokers, and
instrumental in first concerted movement in favor of
land title registration in State of N. Y. Has encour-
aged public sentiment in regard to rapid transit de-
velopment for Greater N. Y. Enthusiastic worker for
Public Playgrounds. Actively engaged and interested
in development of Marble Hill and other Upper Man-
hattan locations. Author of "A Little About a Lot,"
published 1910. Interested in charitable and philan-
thropic work. Ex-gov. Real Estate B'd Brokers. Al-
lied R. E. Interests City of N. Y. Ex-pres. Sachs
Alumni Ass'n year 1910. Real Estate Ass'n of State
of N. Y., Y. M. C. A. Fellow Nat. Geog. Soc Recrea-
tions: Walking, tennis skating. Clubs: Harmonie,
Economic, City Athletic, Hungry. Residence: 2 Marble
Hill Av. Address: Singer Bld'g, N. Y. City.


Born in N. Y. City; d. Hon. Simon and Mathilde
(Elsberg) Sterne; grad. Smith Coll., A. B., Columbia,
A.M.; grad. scholarship Yale Univ.; m. John Milton
Gitterman, A.M., LL.B., Ph.D. Active worker in cause
of popular ed'n; secured first appropriation from Con-



gress for free lectures to the people for benefit or
working people of the District of Columbia, and was
chm'n of the volunteer committee appt'd by the Dist.
B'd o-f Bd'n to arrange the first two lecture series. In-
terested in ethnology; contrb'r on social, ethnol. and
edn'l subjects to various magazines. Author: Ethnol.
Study of the Dyaks of Borneo. Mem. College of Pre-
ceptors of England, N. Y. State Charities Aid Ass'n;
was mem. Library Com. N. Y. Free Circulating Li-
brary; one of incorporators and mem. Exec. Com. City
History Club, N. Y. City; was chm'n for 13th Sena-
torial Dist. of League for Polit. Ed'n; pres. Public
Ed'n Ass'n of Washington, which aided in introduc-
tion and success in 1st session of 59th Congress, of
first compulsory ed'n law for Dist. of Columbia, and
first Juvenile Court and first law regulating employ-
ment agencies in Washington City. Address: 40 W.
59th St., N. Y. City.


Lawver, mem. Congress; b. Oswego, N. Y., Dec. 14,
1869; s. Robt. J. Gittins; left school at an early age
and engaged in lumber, coal and grain business;
grad. Univ. of Mich., LL.B., 1900; m. June, 190S. Ad-
mitted to practise of la>w in N. Y. and Mich., 1900;
since 1901. in active practise in Niagara Falls. Elect-
ed to N. Y. State Senate, 1910; elected to 63d Con-
gress from 40th N. Y. Dist.; delegate Dem. Nat. Con v.,
Baltimore. 1912. Democrat. Address: 548 Fifth St.,
Niagara Falls, N. Y.


Artist; b. Philadelphia, 1870; ed. Pa. Acad. Fine
Arts and in Europe; m. Hartford. Conn., Feb., 1904,
Edith Dimock. Painter and illustrator; exhibited at
Paris Salon, 1896; Paris Exp'n, 1900; Pan-Am. Exp'n,
Buffalo, 1901 (gold medal); La. Purchase Exp'n, 1904
(silver and bronze medals). Asso. mem. Nat. Acad.
of Design; mem. Soc. of Illustrators, Modern Soc. of
Portrait Painters, London, and mem. Ass'n Am. Paint-
ers and Sculptors. Address: 29 Washington sq., N. Y.


Editor; b. North Adams, Mass., Oct. 13, 1867; s.
Washington and Jennie (Cohoon) Gladden; ed. pub-
lic schs., Springfield, Mass.; Cornell Univ., sp'l courses
in arts, polit. science and economics; unmarried. En-
gaged in newspaper work in Columbus, O., 1889-
1891: Pittsburgh. 1891-1893; Springfield, Mass. Re-
publican, 1894-1898; N. Y. City, 1898-1901; editor (bi-
ography) New Internat. Encyclopaedia. 1901-1904; asso.
editor Current Literature, 1904-1905; editor (biog-
raphy) New Internat. Encyclopaedia (revision), and
Nelson's Encyclopaedia, 1905-1907; editor (biography)
New Internat. Year Book, 1907-1908. Contb'-r bio-
graphical, historical and gazetteer articles to Ency-
clopaedia, Britannica (Cambridge University Press),
1908-1910: ass't Correspondence Dep't, 1910-1912; ass't
i)i wild life protection to Dr. W. T. Hornaday (dir. N.
Y. Zoological Park), and sec. Wild Life Protective
Ass'n since 1912; reviews of nature books, and articles
on such subjects, especially ornithology, for the Na-
tion. Evening Post, Outlook, Bookman, etc. Inde-
pendent in politics. Recreations: Ornithological field
work and photography. Residence: 89 Pineapple St.,
Brooklyn. Address: N. Y. Zoological Park, N. Y.


Jurist; b. Pharsalia, Chenango Co., N. Y., Dec. 9,
1843; s. James C. and Mary (Fargo) Gladding; e"d.
in puiblic schools. Norwich Acad.; m. Cortland, N. Y.,
March 16, 1881, Grace V. E. Owen; children: Grace, b.
1882; Gladys, h. 1884; Gertrude, b. 1886. Elected coun-
ty judge and surrogate of Chenango Co., N. Y., in fall
of 1889, on Republican ticket, and re-elected in 1895,
and again in 1901. the last two elections being with-
out opposition and upon the indorsement of all parties;
elected Nov. 6, 1906, justice of the Supreme Court for
the 6th Judicial Dist. for term expiring Dec. 31, 1920.
Pres. Chenango Nat. Bank. Republican; Episcopalian.
Club: Norwich (pres. since its organization in 1900).
Address: Norwich, Chenango Co., N. Y.


Chemist, analytical and consulting expert; b. Meck-
lenburg, Va., Jan. S, 1853; s. Benjamin F. and Maria
(Stantial) Gladding; grad. Brown Univ.. A.B., 1875
(Phi Beta Kappa). A.M., 1S77; m. 1st, Nov. 27. 1877,
Clara E. Sayles; 2d, Effie K. Price, Oct. 7, 1902; one
s.: Willard Savles; b. Dec. 13. 1878 (died Oct. 19,
1S97). Held chair of sciences in Conn. Literary Inst.,
1875-1877; in Worcester Acad., 1878; mem. firm of
Stillwell & Gladding. N. Y. City, since 1875 (now pres.
and treas.). Independent in politics. Baptist; dir.
and trustee Montelair Y. M. C. A.; vice-chairman

State Exec. Com., N. J. Y. M. C. A. Mem. Am. Chem.
Soc. (sec, 18S4), Soc. of Public Analysts. Soc. Chem-
ical Industry, Delta Upsilon. Address: 1S1 Front St.,
N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Lindsay, Ont., Can.; s.
Henrv and Melissa (Rientord) Gladman; grad. Mc-
Gill Univ., Montreal, Can., 18S6; M.D. and CM. (Mas-
ter of Surgery), with honors. Specialist in disorders
of metabolism, obesity, etc. Pres. Felicite Co. of N.
Y.; v.-p. and director L. I. Bld'g Co. Independent in
politics. Mem. McGill Graduates Soc. Club: Canadian
of N. Y. Address: 143 W. 71st St., N. Y. City.


Insurance; b. Middletown, Conn., Feb. 11, 1859; s.
Stephen Miller and Hannah M. (Lewis) Gladwin; ed,
Middletown (Conn.) High Sch., Faulkner House Sch..
Liverpool, Eng. ; m. 1st, Salem, Mass., 1SS1, Elizabeth
Clank Butman; 2d, Bronxville, N. Y., 1899. Grace
Thome Underhill: children: Dorothy, b. 188S; Ellis
Warren, Jr., b. 1902; Grace, b. 1904. Was pres. of the
Village of Bronxville, 1905-1908: v.-p. and sec. Home
Life Ins. Co.; dir. W. H. Crossman Co., Inc.; trustee
Lawrence Hosp., Bronxville, N. Y. Clubs: Lawrence
Park Country, Knollwood Country, Larchmont Yacht.
Siwanov Golf, Hamilton (Brooklyn), Railroad. Ad-
dress: 256 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Actress; b. Allegheny City, Pa., June 2. 1874; ed. in
public schools in Allengheny and studied music; m.
N. Y. City, May 23, 1907. Ralph C. "Herz, actor. Joined
the Francis Wilson Opera Co., 1892. was understudy
for Marie Jansen. and when that actress fell ill took
her place and gained success In the Jansen role;,
especially as "Javotte" in Erminie. and afterward
appeared in new creations in that company as prin-
cipal comedienne: since 1900 at head of her own
company in Sweet Anne Page, Dolly Varden. The
Madcap Princess, Dolly Dollars, Madamoiselle Mis-
chief, The Girl and the Kaiser, Miss Dudelsack, etc.
Address: Mount Vernon, N. Y.


Lawyer, capitalist; b. London, Can.; s. Hon. David
Glass, K.C.. and Sarah Dixon (Dalton) Glass; ed.
Hellmuth Coll. and Toronto Univ., and was admitted
a barrister-at-law of Osgoode Hall, Toronto; m. Can-
ada, June 20, 1883, Beatrice Claus Kingsmill; chil-
dren: Gordon Goldwin. Dorothy Beatrice. In 1880
spent a year and a half in traveling around the
world. Book describing this tour had a wide circu-
lation and was very favorably criticised in America
and England. Practised law in Canada, and in 18S9
successfully argued the well-known case of Att'y
Gen. vs. Fonseca before the Supreme Court of Can-
ada, at Ottawa. At Spokane. Wash., engaged success-
fully in street railroad bld'g, real estate and mining,
and still holds large interests tne're. Coming East in
1902 became interested in extensive coal fields in
Pa. and real estate in N. Y. State. Pres. Pittsburgh
and N. Y. Coal Co. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem.
Bar of State of N. Y. Clubs: Calumet (N. Y. City).
St. Regis Golf. Address: 30 E. 42d St., IS*. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Montpelier. Vt.. Oct. 27, 1874; s. Louis
P. and Anne Louise (Timothy) Gleason; grad. Am-
herst Coll., S.B., 1896; Harvard Univ., LL.B., 1899; m.
Montpelier, Vt., 1902, Ellen Fifield; two children:
Louise Fifield, b 1904; Elizabeth Fifield, b. 1908. Ad-
mitted to bar, 1S99, and has practised in N. Y. City;
mem. firm of James Schell & Elkus: TeSldent v.-p.
Am. Fidelity Co. Residence: 180 E. 67th St. Address:
170 Broadway, N. Y. City.

Lawyer; b. Delhi, N. Y., May 30, 1863; s. William
and Caroline (Blanchard) Gleason; grad. Yale Coll..
A. B., 1885; m. Delhi, June 17, 1889. Gertrude Gordon;
one s., Gordon Peet, b. 1890. Admitted to bar. Sept..
1877; practised in De'hi with firm of William & L. B.
Gleason until 1891; since then has practised in N. Y.
City was chm'n Rep. Co. Com. of Delaware Co., 1889-
1890; sec. of same, 1887-1888; journal clerk N. Y. State
Senate, 18S9-1891, 1S94-1901; ass't clerk, 19Ol-100o:
since 1905, clerk N. Y. State Senate; has been chm'n of
Speakers' Bureau of Rep. State Com. since 1S96; sec.
of all State convs. of Rep. party since 1S92; since
Sept. 1906. sec. N. Y. Rep. State Com. Dir.: Decatur
(Ala.) Water Works. Was mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon
and Wolf's Head at Yale. Clubs: University, Republi-
can (N. Y. Cltv), Albany (Albany). Residence: 50
Central Park W. Address: 165 Broadway, N. Y.

,;er; b. Philadelphia; s. Robert and Elizabeth
cher) Glendinning; attended Univ. of Pa.; m.



Elizabeth R. F. Carpenter; children: Mary, b. 1S99;
Ellen, b. 1901; Robert, b. 1903. Served lb years in
Philadelphia City Troop and 7 months in Spanish-
Am. War. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion. Clubs:
Markham, Huntington Valley, Rose Tree Hunt. Rit-
tenhouse, Philadelphia White Mark Hunt. Residence:
Chestnut Hil'., Philadelphia. Address: 400 Central St.,
Philadelphia, Pa.

oou. engaged in law practise. N. x. city; dir. .
Y. Lubricating Oil Co., The Allied Co., Ltd., of Great
Eritain. Joint author of Elkus and Glenn on Secret
Liens and Reputed Ownership (pub. by Baker, Voor-
his & Co.. N. Y., 1910), and articles on legal subjects
in Columbia Law Review, Bench and Bar, and other
publications. Sometime lecturer at Columbia Univ.
Law Sch. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi fraternities, Soc. of Colonial
Wars (Ga. chapter), Order of Runnymede. Clubs:
Columbia Universitv, Manhattan, Reform. Address:
26 Exchange PI., X." Y. City.


General dir. Russell Sage Foundation; b. Baltimore,
Md., 185S; s. William Willcins and E'.len Mark (Smith)
Glenn; grad. Washington and Lee Univ., M.A., 1879;
Univ. of Md., LL.B., 1882; m. Baltimore, 1902, Mary
Willcox Brown. Engaged in law practice from 1882;
formerly in Baltimore. Dir. Provident Savings Bank
of Baltimore. Episcopalian; Democrat. Pres. Dep't
Charities of Ealtimore, Md., 1904-1907; trustee of
Johns Hopkins Hosp. Clubs: City, Century. Address:
'130 E. 22d St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Covington, Ky. ; s. John A. P. and Mary
(Millard) Glore; ed. in public school, Coll. City of
X. Y., X. Y. Law School and Brooklyn Law Sch. of
St. Lawrence Univ.; m. X. Y., June 25, 1902, Carribelle
Palmer; one d., Frances Mary, b. 1906. Engaged in
gen. practice of law in Brooklyn; actively engaged in
po'.itics for past ten years. Mem. Assembly from the
20th Assembly Dist., from Kings County, during ses-
sions of 1906 and 1907; re-elected 190S. Veteran of
13th Reg't, X. G. X. Y. Republican; Baptist. Mem.
Alumni Ass'n, Brooklyn Law Sch., Pres. Unity Repub-
lican Club, mem. John K. Xeal and 20th Ward Re-
publican Clubs; mem. Ridgewood Lodge, F. and A.
M., Eastern Dist. Turn Verein, and numerous other
B'ds of Trade, and civic, fraternal and social org'ns
of Dist. Residence: 1035 Madison St. Address: 391
Fulton St., Brooklyn, X. Y.


Physician and surgeon, lawyer; b. X. Y. Citv, Sept.
12. 1877; s. William and Jennie (Weiman) Gliick: ed.
Public Sch. 79, X. Y. City, X. Y. Prep. Sch., Belle-
vue Hosp., Med. Coll., Univ. of Baltimore, M.D.. April 13,
1899, LL.B., St. Lawrence Univ., June, 1911; m. Brooklyn,
June 16, 1901, Annie Whiteman; children: Walter Je-
rome, b. March 6, 1902; Mildred Dorothy, b. Jan. 26,
1906; Sydney, b. May 28, 1912. Mem. of Assembly,
1907 and 1908, and re-elected for session of
1909: was ass't surg. of Lafayette Post, Vol. during
Spanish-Am. War; was sp'l ass't examining surg. of
9th Reg't X. G. X. Y., at same time. Democrat; He-
brew. Mem. Kings Co., Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n,
X. Y. State Med. Soc, Brooklyn Pathological Soc,
Jewish Pub'n Sic of America, Xat. Hist and Biol. Soc,
Mem. F. and A. M.. Foresters of America, Knights of
Pythias, Loyal Order of Moose, Hebrew Free Burial
Soc. of Brooklyn, Sch. of Biblical Instruction, Brook-
lyn; Hebrew Orphan Asylum, Brooklyn; Jewish Hosp.,
Brooklyn Independent Order Brith Abraham, Inde-
pendent Order Ahavath Israel, 21st Dist. Democratic
Club, Brooklyn. Address: 42 Humboldt St.. Brooklyn,
N. Y.


Governor of X. Y. ; b. Kinderhook, Columbia County,
X. Y., Sept. 17, 1871; ed. public schs., Fordham Univ.,
A.B. (honor man), 1894; studied law and admitted
to bar; m. Jan. 2. 1900, Mary C. E. Magrane, d. P. B.
Magrane, of Lynn. Mass. Entered journalism; editor
and publisher of the Albany Times-Union. Democrat
Elected 1898 to Fifty-sixth Congress, serving 1899-
1901:appt'd by Pres. McKinley, 1901, mem. Xat. Comm'n
of the La. Purchase Exp'n; elected v. -p. of the Com-

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