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chm'n Com. on Suffrage and 2d on Com. on Legal
Powers; in 1894 was appt'd by the Court of Appeals
mem. State B'd of Law Examiners, and has since been
pres. of the board; mem. Onondaga Co. Bar Ass'n.
(pres. 12 years); N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Ara.
Bar Ass'n; v.-p. Sallna Square Plank Road Co.,
senior mem. law firm of Goodelle, Harding & Wiles,
Syracuse, N. Y. Mem. Alpha Delta Phi and Phi Delta
Phi fraternities. Republican. Recreations: Hunting,
fishing, riding, driving. Clubs: Beaver River (pres. 12
years), Century, University (Syracuse). Address: 1004
James St., Syracuse. N. Y.

Phvsician; b. New Haven, Conn., Jan. 8, 1S70; s.
Philip and Clara (Phillips) Goodhart; grad. Yale, Ph.
B., 1891, M.D., 1894; awarded Campbell gold medal at
Yale for highest standing in class; m. Macon, Ga.,
Oct. 4, 1898, Hattie Wolff; one son, Edward, b. 1899.
Took post-graduate medical studies abroad two years
at Heidelberg, Vienna and Berlin; engaged in prac-
tice of medicine in N. Y. City; specialist in mental and
nervous diseases. U. S. pension surgeon ten years,
appt'd by Pres. McKinley; physician to several in-
stitutions for nervous diseases. Author, with Dr.
Sidis: Multiple Personality (Appleton). At Yale elect-
ed mem Delta Epsilon Iota fraternity. Fellow N. Y.
Acad. Medicine; mem. various med. socs. Address: 34
W. 87th St., N. Y. City.


Architect; b. Pomfret, Conn., April 28, 1869; s.
Charles Wells and Helen Grosvenor (Eldredge) Good-
hue; ed. Russell's Inst., New Haven, Conn.; m. Boston,
Mass., April 8, 1902, Lydia T. Bryant. Began profes-
sional career as employe, draftsman and ass't of Ren-
wick, Aspinwall & Russell, architects, 1885-1891; part-
ner, 1891, with firm of Cram & Wentworth, of whom
present firm of Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson are suc-
cessors. With partners, designed and executed, as
architects, the reconstruction and addition to U. S.
Mil. Acad, at West Point; also numerous libraries,
churches, academies and other public and private
bld'gs. Also did much work in book types and deco-
rations, and designer of The Altar Book. Fellow Am.
Inst. Architects; fellow Boston Soc. Architects; mem.
N. Y. Architectural League. Author: Mexican Mem-
ories; contb'r to Spanish-Colonial Architecture in Mex-
ico (10-vol. work by Sylvester Baxter), also to various
magazines. Clubs: Calumet (N. Y. City), Tavern (Bos-
ton). Address: 100 E. 74th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 22. 1862; s. Henry
A. and Emma (Burdette) Goodhue; ed. Harvard Univ.,
Columbia Univ., LL.B., 1901, Crozer Sem. B.D., 1890.
Admitted to bar, 1901; engaged in the individual
practice of law; v.-p. and dir. Alba Mineral Co. Re-
publican. Mem. Alumni Ass'n Columbia Univ., Kane
Lodge, F. and A. M. ; mem. Lawyers' Ass'n of the
County of N. Y. Clubs: Republican, Masonic. Ad-
dress:' 43 Exchange Place, N. Y. City.


Physician; t>. Philadelphia, Jan. 22, 1873; s. Charles
and Lena (Hirschland) Goodman: ed. in public schools
of Philadelphia and N. Y. City, Coll. of Pharmacy, N.
Y. City, 1891, Univ. of Wurzburg, Germany, 1891-i893;
Coll. Phys. and Surg. Columbia Univ., 1893-1895, M.D.,
1895; m. N. Y. Citv, 1901, Ruth Fridenberg; children:
Elinor, b. 1903, Edward, b. 1905, John, b. 1908. En-
gaged in practice of pharmacy, 18S7-1891, practising
medicine in N. Y. City since 1895, since 1897 associated
in private practice with Prof. A. Jacobi, M.D., LL.D.
Associated as ass't attending physician to Harlem
Hosp., former house phvsician to German HoS'P.,
mem. Acad, of Medicine, Pathol. Soc. Am. Med. Ass'n,
Med. Soc. of Greater N. Y.. A. A. AS.; chief of clinic
to Harlem Hosp. Dispensary. Mem. and former sec.
to Council of Ethical Culture Soc. mem. Civil Service
Reform Ass'n. Address: 130 W. 87th St., N. Y: City.


Prof, of law, author; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 18.
1859; s. A'bel F. and Jane M. (Root) Goodnow; ed. in
private schs., Amherst Coll., A.B., 1879 (A.M., 1887,
LL.D., 1897), Columbia Univ., LL.B., 1882 (LL.D.. 1904),
Harvard Univ. LL.D., 1909; Ecole Libre des Sciences
Politiques, Paris, Univ., Univ. of Berlin; m. Brooklyn,
N. Y., June 2, 1886, Elizabeth Lyall. Admitted to
N. Y. Bar; prof, administrative law and municipal
science, Columbia Univ., since 1883. Mem. Comm'n to
Revise the Charter of the City of N. Y., 1900-1901;
mem. Comm'n of Nat. Civic Federation on Public Own-
ership, 1905-1906, mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Am.
Polit. Science Ass'n, Am. Econ. Assn. Mem. Presi-
dents' Comm'n on Efficiency & Economy, 1911-1913.
Appt'd, March, 1913, Expert Legal Adviser to gov't or
Republic of China, to serve in Pekin r China, for 3
years. Author: Comparative Administrative Law,
1893; Municipal Home Rule, 1895; Municipal Problems,
1897; Politics and Administration, 1900; City Govern-
ment in the United States, 1904; Principles of Ameri-
can Administrative Law, 1906; Reform and the Con-
stitution, 1910. Edited Selected Cases on the Law of
Taxation, 1905; Selected Cases on Government and
Administration, 1906; Selected Cases on the Law of
Officers, 1906. Mem. Chi Psi fraternity. Clubs: Cen-
tury, University, Barnard, City. Address: 46 River-
side Drive, N. Y. City.


Author, musictan, composer, teacher; b. Chilo, O.,
May 8, 1847; s. Luther Alfred and Dolly (Healy) Good-
rich; ed. public schools of San Francisco and Sac-
ramento, Calif.; m. N. Y. City, May 20, 1S74, Florence
Ada Backus. Teacher of piano, singing and theory.
Fort Wayne Conservatory of Music, 1876; teacher oif
singing and theory, Beethoven Conservatory, St. Louis,
Mo., 1881; Chicago (writing text books), 1888-1899;
since 1899, in N. Y. City associated with Mrs. Good-
rich in conducting private music sch. Author: Music
as a Language; Complete Music Analysis; Analytical
Harmony; Theory of Interpretation; The Art of Song;
Guide to Memorizing (to supersede note memorizing):
Svnthetic System of Str'dct Counterpoint (in M.S.):
contrb'r of articles on the theory, practice and
esthetics of musical art for the N. Y. Musical Courier
since 1894; composer of songs and chamber music
and arrangements for orchestra; his orchestration of
Rheinberger Tarantalla was successfully performed
bv the exp'n orchestra at St. Louis, 1904. Traveling
aJbroad since 1910 introducing new methods. Address:
20 Av. Victor Hugo, Paris, France.


Consulting eng'r; b. Decatur, Mich., May 7, 1874;
s. Edward P. and Mary I. (Hall) Goodrich; ed. Mich.
State Normal Coll., 1894, B.Pd., 1898, Univ. Mich.,
B.S., 1898, C.E., 1901; m. Detroit, Mich., May 18, 1899,
Mildred Louise Weed. Comm'd by Pres. McKinley,
1899, civil fng'r U. S. Navy, served principally at Navy
Yard in Brooklyn, where he had charge of large part
of reconstruction work done after Spanish-Am. War;
resigned in 1903, and became chief eng'r of Bush
Terminal and affiliated companies, and in that ca-
pacity had charge of construction of their 10,000,000
railroad and steamship terminal. Since then he has
done gen. consulting eng'ring business in connec-
tion with work all over the world, and incidental
to such work has traveled extensively in Europe and
America. Has read numerous technical papers be-
fore s-cientific ass'ns in this country and abroad, has
prepared articles for eng'ring magazines, and lec-
tured at ColumWa.Univ. and other inst'ns on eng'ring
subjects. Specialist in all water front and dock
eng'ring, in mf'g development enterprises and in re-
inforced concrete. Appt'd. 1910, Consulting Eng'r of
Public Works, Borough of Manhattan. Mem. Am. Soc.
Civ. Eng's (from which received Collingwood Prize),
Am. Soc. for Testing Materials, Internat. Soc. for
Testing Materials. Nat. Geog. Soc, Nat. Ass'n of
Cement Users, Inst, of Consulting Engineers. Clubs:
Engineers, City (N. Y. City), N. Y. Press. Address:
35 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer: b. Brooklyn, April 26, 1860; s. William W.
and Frances A. (Wickes) Goodrich; grad. Amherst
Coll , A.B. 1880, A.M., 1S83; Columbia Law Sch., LL.B..
1S82; m. Belleville. N. J., June 1, 1886, Madeleine C.
Llovd; children: Constance, b. 18SS; Frances, b. 1.890;
William Winton, 2d. b 1S03; Caroline Lloyd, b. 1S95;
Llovd, b. 1S97. Admitted to the N. Y. State Bar in
1SS2. where he practised in partnership with his
father, who, in lS9b, was placed on the N. Y. Supreme
bench and who was presiding justice of the Appellate
Division. 1S97-1904; local municipal offices at Belle-
vi'le and Nutlev. x. J. : member Chi Psi fraternity.
Democrat. U. S. comm'r Southern District of N. Y.;



lecturer on admiralty law, X. Y. Law School. Clubs:
Players, Reform, Yountakah Country, Xutley Field.
Address: 49 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Pres. N. Y. Life Underwriters' Ass'n; b. Newton, N.
H., Feb., 1S44; education was cut shout by opening
of Civil War; enlisted at IS in 6th N. H. Reg't and
served until surrender of Lee; was engaged in nearly
all important battles on Peninsula, receiving honor-
able mention 'by superior off/icers. Became connected
with Provident Life and Trust Co., which has rep-
resented ever since. Mem. N. Y. Life Underwriters'
Ass n practically since it started, sec. 1896, chm'n
Exec. Com., 1897, pres. since Feb., 189S. Address:
149 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. N. Y. City (203 Fifth Av.); s. Frederic
and Charlotte M. (Grosvenor) Goodridge; ed. St.
Paul Sch., Concord, N. H., Harvard Univ., A.'B., 1897,
Coll. Phys. and Surg., Columbia Univ., M.D., 1901';
m., N. Y. City, June 3. 1901, Ethel May Iselin; chil-
dren: Frederic, b. 1903; Ethel Gouverneur, b. 1905.
Served with Peary's Expd'n of 1897. Practising med-
icine in N. Y. City since 1901. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n,
N. Y. Co. Med. Soc., Med. Soc. Greater City of N. Y.,
Acad, of Medicine. Life mem. Am. Museum of Nat-
ural History; fellow Am. Geog. Soc; fellow Met. Mu-
seum of Art; mem. Arctic Club. Recreations: Farming
at Abington. Conn.; quail shooting in N. C. Clubs:
Union, University, City, Harvard, Seawanhaka-Corin-
thian Yacht, Ardsley. Address: 122 E. 78th St., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City; s. Henry S. and Albina E.
(Stark) Goodspeed; ed. by private tu,.ors, grad. Bates
Coll., Me., A.B., 1898, N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B., 1902,
LL.M., 1903. Traveled in U. S., Canada and Europe.
Mem. N. Y. Assembly, 1909-1910. Republican. Cong'l.
Mem. N, Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n, Brooklyn Bar
Ass'n. Recreations: Mountain climbing, tennis and
walking. Clubs: Crescent Athletic, Plymouth, Re-
publican. Residence: 55 Pierrepont St., Brooklyn
N. Y. Address: 37 Liberty St., N. Y. City.


Eductor; h. Sanford, Me., May 6, 184S; s. Charles
E. and Dorcas P. (Libby) Goodwin; grad. Bates Coll,
Lewiston, Me., A.B., 1872, Li'tt.D., 1895, LaU.D., Amherst,
1905; m. Farming-ton. N. H., July 15, 1874, Ida I.
Nute. After graduation became principal of high
schools at Farmington, N. H., 1872-1881, Portsmouth.
N. H 18S1-1884, Nashua, N. H., 1S84-1887, Newton,
Mass., 1887-1897, Morris High Sch., N. Y. City, 1897-
1904. Ass't comm'r of ed'n for State of N. Y., 1894-
1908. Appt'd principal of Packer Collegiate Inst.,
Brooklyn, Sept. 1, 1908. Residence: 57 Livingston St.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Real estate, publisher; b. Kingston, N. Y., 1862; s.
Edward Clark and Matilda (Coddington) Goodwin;
ed. Columbia Coll.; m. N. Y. City. 1887, Mary Osborn.
Residence: 214 W. 92d St. Address: 170 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Charleston, S. C; s.
George Munro and Emily (Timrod) Goodwin; nephew
of late Henry Timrod, the poet of S. C; father de-
scended from old English family of Bury St. Edmonds-
paternal grandmother was Miss Munro, of Scottish
birth; g.-grandfather, Henry Timrod, was pres. Ger-
man Friendly Soc. of Charleston, S C, organized
1766, and was a mem. German Fusilliers, a patriotic
org'n, and in May, 1775, when the thrilling news from
Lexington and Concord was received, was first man
to sign the document pledging to take up arms
against Great Britain, though in doing so he realized
that in such a gathering condemnation to death
mi^ht be the result; ed. in private schs., and L. I.
Coll. Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y., M.D.; m. 1st Baltimore,
Md., Laura Wineow (deceased); 2d, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Anna Moody (deceased); children: Hugh M., George
Munro. For about ten years was med. officer in
U. S. Marine Hosp. Service; now surgeon in St. Vin-
cent's Hosp., Richmond Borough, N. Y. City; exam-
iner for N. Y. Life Ins. Co. Passed ass't surgeon to
U. S. Marine Service up to 1906, when resigned while
Hn command of Marine Hosp., Louisville, Kv, to take
up private practice on Staten Island, where had been
stationed at Marine Hosp. previous to going to Louis-
ville. Democrat. Episcopalian. Mem. Richmond Co.
Med. Soc, fellow Med. Ass'n of Greater N. Y., Stata
Med. Soc. and Am. Med. Ass'n. Address: 360 Van
Duzer St., Tompkinsville, S. I., N. Y


Capitalist; b. Hartford, Conn., Sept. 16, 1835; a.
James and Lucy (Morgan) Goodwin; ed. in private
schools and at Hartford High Sch.; m. Philadelphia,
June 19, 1873, Josephine S. Lippincott; children: Wal-
ter L. (Yale, 1897), James L. (Yale, 1905), Philip L.
(Yale, 1907). Dir. Erie R. R. Co., N. Y., Susquehanna
& Western R. R. Co., Conn. Mutual Life Ins. Co., Hart-
ford Fire Ins. Co., Holyoke Water Power Co., Conn.
Trust and Safe Deposit Co., Collins Co. Episcopalian.
Mem. Sons of Revolution, Soc. Colonial Wars. Clubs:
Union, Century, Metropolitan, City, Church (New
York); Hartford (Hartford). Address 11 W. 54th St.
N. Y. City.


Fire underwriter; b. Boston, Mass., 1857: grad
Brooklyn Polytechnic Inst., 1873. Engaged in fire ins.
business, entering N. Y. office of London Assurance;
remained until 1882, when entered agency dep't of
Northern of London; appt'd Jan. 1, 1887, mg'r Central
Dep't (Ohio, Ind., W. Va., Ky., Tenn., and Ark.), with
hdq'rs at Cincinnati, until July 1, 1893, when Central
and Northwestern Dep'ts were consolidated as the
Western Dep't, with headquarters at Chicago, of which
he and W. D. Crooke were appt'd asso. mg'rs. In 1894,
the Union of London established a Western Dep't at
Chicago, to be managed by him in ass'n with Hall &
Henshaw, the U. S. mg'rs; In 1901, when the Western
Dep't was consolidated with gen. office at N. Y. City,
came here, becoming mem. Hall & Henshaw. Address:
49 John St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Biddeford, Me., Jan. 4, 1864; s. John M.
and Harriet (Procter) Goodwin; grad. Yale, 1886; m.
1893, Mary Hills. Director of Adams' Dry Goods Co.,
C. G. Gunther's Sons, H. O'Neill & Co., and James H.
Dunham & Co. Residence: 310 W. 79th St. Address:
2 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Insurance broker; b. March 2, 1879; ed. in public
schools of Cincinnati and Chicago. Began insurance
career in office of Goodwin, Hall & Henshaw, Chicago,
1897-1901, and of Hall & Henshaw, N. Y. City, 1901-
1903; appt'd 1903 sp'l agent Union Assurance Soc. of
London; since 1906 of firm of Gilmour & Coolidge, in-
surance brokers, Boston and N. Y. City. Address: 100
William St., N. Y. City.


Publisher; b. New Rochelle, N. Y., July 23, 1S66- s.
Charles and Mary Henrietta (Colt) Goodyear; ed Tiv-
oli-on-Hudson, 1876-1878; Chauncey Hall Sch., Boston,
Mass., 1879-1884; m. Cazenovia, N. V, July 10, 1889,
Frances E. Brown; one s., David Charles, b. May 20,
1897. Began business with the Goodyear Shoe Ma-
chinery Co., Boston, Mass., 1884; treas. Canadian branch
same, 1892-1896; sec. and treas. J. B. Colt & Co., 1896-
1902; sec. of Fellowship of Solidatary, 1904-1907, joined
n formation of flrm of Rogers Bros., publishers, March,
1908; dir. Century Development Co., Upland Farms Al-
liance; treas. Vedanta Soc; mem. Nat. Union. Demo-
crat. Club: National Union; sec. Philalethian Soc.
Address: 421 W. 57th St., N. Y. City.


Curator, Fine Arts Museum, Brooklyn Inst.; b. New
Haven, Conn., April 21, 1846; s. Charles Goodyear, fa-
mous inventor of vulcanized rubber and mos; processes
"f'ts manufacture; grad Yale, A.B., 1867 (honorary
,,' M V , Yale . 1904) ; studied history and art history at
Heidelberg and Berlin, 1867-1870; traveled in Southern
Europe and the Holy Land, 1869-1870, taught in pri-
vate schools and at Cooper Union; curator Met. Mu-
seum of Art, 1881-1888; studied lotus ornament in
Egypt, 1891, and architectural art in Italy and North-
ern Europe on several visits, appt'd curator of the
Fine Arts Museum, Brooklyn Inst.. 1899. Author: An-
cient and Modern History, 1883; History of Art, 1887-
The Grammar of the Lotus, 1891; Roman and Medie-
val Art, 1893; Renaissance and Modern Art 1894'
"Greek Refinements," 1912; also magazine articles.
Corr. mem. Am. Inst. Architects; hon. mem. Edinburgh
Architectural Ass'n, Architects' Soc. of Rome Royal
Acad, of Fine Arts of Milan, Royal Acad, of Fine Arts
of Venice; a founder of Am. Anthropol. Ass'n 1902-
fellow A.A.A.9. Address: Museum, Eastern Parkwav
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Physician; b. Troy, N. Y., May 21, 1864: grad. Albany
Med. Coll. M.D., 1886: honorary A.M., Williams Coll.:
attended Univ. of Prague, Bohemia, 1889-1895. En-
gaged in practice at Troy, N. Y. ; prof, of physiology
and of anatomy of the nervous svstem since 1895 in
Albany Med. Coll. Attending physician to Protestant



Orphan Home, Troy, N. Y and Samaritan Home, Troy.
Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, Ass'n Am. Physicians, Am. Neu-
rol. Ass' n, N. Y. State Med. Soc, N. Y. State Med. Ass'n.
Address 89 Fourth St., Troy, N. Y.


Author; b. N. Y. City, April 28, 1835; s. George and
Maris Regina (Stackhouse) Gordon; m. Jamaica Plain,
Mass.. May 1, 1861, Frances Gore Fess'nden; children:
Mrs. Roger E. Tileston, Mrs. M. Gordon Smedberg; ed.
private school Savannah, Ga., Mt. Pleasant Mil. Acad.,
Sing Sing; grad. Lawrence Scientific Sch., Harvard
Univ., S.B., 1855; special studies in civil eng'ring. En-
gaged in journalism and country life until 1879; then
special agent in charge of investigation of live meat
stock of the U. S., especially of ranching industries
west of the Mississippi (for U. S. census), 1879-1882;
broker in Southern real estate investments, 1885-1890;
resident mgV (head worker) East Side House Social
Settlement, 1894-1903. Independent; Episcopalian. Au-
thor: Christmas at Under-Tor, a novelette, 1804; Our
Fresh and Salt Tutors, 1866; Two Lives in One, 1870;
Boarding School Days, 1873; contb'r to Atlantic, Knick-
erbocker, Round Table, Young Folks, Riverside, Ap-
pleton's, Nation, Evening Post, Harvard Graduates'
Magazine, Boston Transcript, etc. Juvenile articles
under pen-name "Vieux Moustache." Recreations:
Literature, country life. Address: Newburgh, N. Y.


Clergyman, educator; b. Pittsburgh, Mar. 10, 1S50; s.
Alexander and Catherine (Edwards) Gordon; ed. West-
ern Univ. of Pa., A.B., 1866; A.M., 1869; D.D., 1893; Yale
Univ., 1867-1S68; A.M., Auburn Thedl. Sem., 1S68-1S70;
Union Theol. Sem., 1S70-1S71; graduated 1871; m. Troy,
N. Y., May 31, 1877, Emma Ward Bacon; children: Alex-
ander, ,b. Dec. 4, 1881, Hamlin, b. Sept. 8, 1S92. Pastor
Presby'n Ch., Rensselaerville, N. Y., 1871-1879, First
Presby'n Ch., Lincoln, Neb., 1880-1882, Fourth Presby'n
Ch.. Pittsburgh, Pa., 1884-1886; Westminster Presby'n
Ch., Omaha, Net)., 1887-1897. Prof, ecclesiastical his-
tory Omaha Theol. Sem., 1891-1899; pres. Tabor Coil-
Tabor, Iowa, 1900-1903; pres. Howard Univ., Washing-
ton, D. C, 1903-1906. Traveled widely over Europe,
1882-1883 and in North Africa, Palestine and Italy,
1906. Author: History of the Presbyterian Church of
Rensselaerville, N.' Y., 1876; The Bulls Distributing
America, 1891; Three Children of Galilee, 1895; also a
large number of pamphlets, published addresses and
review articles. Lecturer on historical and educa-
tional topics. Club: Lotos (N. Y.). Address: Rens-
selaerville, Albany Co., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Jan. 3, 1882; s. Harris and
Sara (Cossack) Gordon; grad. N. Y. Univ., LL.B. ; m.
1910. Antoinette' Koseherak. Real estate and corp'n
lawyer; represents many leading corp'ns and real es-
tate interests and recognized as an authority in bank-
ruptcy law. The dist. attorney of N. Y. County, recog-
nizing his ability in the handling of bankruptcy cases,
retained him to assist in criminal prosecution of
Charles Kanter, prominent merchant in N. Y. City,
charged and convicted of obtaining merchandise on a
false statement of his financial resources, which con-
viction was the first had in N. Y. County on such a
charge. Retained at different times as counsel in fa-
mous cases involving bankruptcy and real estate ques-
tions. , Pres. Lamont Realty Co.; v.-.p. Long Island
Mortgage Co.; dir. Gordon-Gallagee Co., Elmsford
Water Works, Nat. Auto Lamp Works. Mem. Advisory
B'd, Young Women's Hebrew Ass'n, B'd of Directors
Montefiore League, B'd of Govs.. Beth-Israel Hosp.
Mem. Jewish Publication Soc. of Philadelphia, Jewish
Hosp. Advisory B'd of Training School for Nurses of
Jewish Hosp.; Mr Brooklyn Talmud Torah. Address:
198 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Le Raysvii'lle, Pa., Nov. 8, 1850; s.
George S. and Lucy (Corfoin) Gorham; ed. Le Raysville
Acad., Hahnemann Med. Coll., Chicago, 111., 1S74; m.
Albanv, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1882, Jane Rose Hopkins; one
son, L. Whittington, b. 1885. Began practice of medi-
cine in 1874 at Athens, Pa.; removed to Cheyenne,
Wyo., in 1876, and in 1878 to Albany, N. Y., where he
has been in gen. practice since. Mem. Am. Inst, of
Homoeopathy, Homce. Med. Soc. State of N. Y., Al-
bany Chamber of Commerce; mg'r Craig Colony for
Epileptics; consulting physician Albany Homoe. Hosp.
Mem. Masters' Lodge, F. and A. M. Clubs: Fort
Orange, University. Albany Med. Whist. Address: 214
State St., Albany. N. Y.


Capitalist; b. Rochester, N. Y., May 23, 1878; s. Will-
iam H. and Margaret (Howe) Gorsline; ed. public
schs. of Rochester, Lawrenceville (N. J.) Sch., private

tutoring, and Mechanics Inst, at Rochester; m. Scotts-
ville, N. Y., Nov. 19, 1903, Sarah Warner; children:
Mary Franchot, b. 1906; William H. Jr., b. 1908; Doug-
las Warner, b. 1913. Entered business life 1896, in
Sales Dep't of Vacuum Oil Co.; 9 years mg'r Rochester
Sewer Pipe Co., during which time became mem. Am.
Ceramic Soc, and English Ceramic Soc. (contributed
to literature of former); sold interest in latter, 1911,
and entered realty business. Was mem N. Y. State
Com. and Monroe County Com., 1913, designated Pres.
Common Council, Rochester, N. Y. ; later declined. Pro-
gressive; Presby'n. Mem. United Charities. Rochester,
N. Y. Recreation: Golf. Clubs: Genesee Vallev. Ro-
chester (Rochester, N. Y.). Residence: 242 Culver
Road. Office: 16 Commercial St., Rochester, N. Y.


Merchant, mf'r; b. Edinburgh, O., Oct. 25, 1856; s.
Daniel W. and Amy D. Goss; ed. Hiram and Mount
Union Colls.; m. Brooklyn, 1891, Minnie E. Morehouse.
Taught school, 1872-1877; accountant Singer Mf'g Co.,
Cleveland, O.; came to N. Y., 1878; engaged in building
material business; incorporated Goss & Edsall Co.,
1891, and Empire Brick and Supply Co.; in 1902 became
its pres. Mem. Gen. Soc. Mechanics and Tradesmen.
Bld'g Material Exchange; ex-pres. Mechanics and
Traders' Exchange. Officer 71st Reg't; resigned, 1892;
mem. Veteran Ass'n, 71st Reg't (ex-pres.). West End
Ass'n, Bld'g Trades Ass'n, Ass'n Dealers Masons'
Building Materials in N. Y. City; trustee and former
pres. Mason Dealers' Exchange, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; pres.
and dir. Bronx Holding Co.. and of Monona Co. Mason:
Kane Lodge, Jerusalem Chapter, Coeur de Leon Com-
mandery; mem. Ohio Soc. of N. Y. Clubs: Economic,
Masonic. Address: 103 Park Av., N. Y. City.


Merchant; to. Hamburg, Germany, March 18. 1842;
came to America 1S63; m. 1869, Miss Durrieu. Became
partner in L. E. Amsinck & Co., comm'n merchants
and bankers, 1868, now G. Amsinck & Co.; house is
widely known and has South American and European
connections; has been vice-consul in N. Y. for Brazil
since 1874, until retirement from business, 1895. Clubs:
Deutscher Verein, Ardsley. Address: 112 W. 59th St.,
N. Y. City.


Electrical eng'r; b. Columbia, Pa., Aug. 6, 1870; s.
Philip and Emily (Washabaugh) Gossler; grad. Pa.

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