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State Coll., B.S., 1890, E.E., 1S92, post-grad, course,
Columbia Univ., 1893; m. Brooklyn, Nov. 26, 1895, Mary
Clafiin; children: Mary, Katherine, Philip. With
eng'ring dep't Chester (Pa.) Foundry and Machine Co.
and Edison Gen. Light Co., 1S90-1891; ass't eng'r
United Electric Light and Power Co., N. Y. City, 1891-
1895; sup't and eng'r Royal Elec. Co., Montreal, Can.,
1S95-1901; gen. sup't and eng'r Montreal Light, Heat &
Power Co., 1901-1904; sec. and v.-p. J. G. White & Co.,
N. Y. City, 1904-1909: A. B. Leach & Co., since 1909.
Pres. Helena Light, Power & Railways Co., Eastern
Pa. R'ys Co.. Virginia Power Co., Charleston, W. Va. ;
Georgia Light, Power & R'ys, Macon, Ga.; Long Acre
Electric Light & Power Co., N. Y. City; So. Carolina
Light, Power & R'ys, Spartanburg, S. C. ; v.-p. Cumber-
land Co. Power & Light Co., Portland, Me.; Macon R'y
& Light Co., Central Ga. Power Co., Macon Gas Co.,
Macon, Ga.; dir. J. G. White & Co., Inc., N. Y. City,
Portland Elec. Co., Portland, Me.; So. Covington & Cin-
cinnati St. R'y Co., Covington, Ky. : Cincinnati, New-
port & Covington R'y, Covington, Ky.; chm'n B'd of
Dirs. Columbia Gas & Electric Co., Huntington, W. Va.,
Union Gas & Electric Co., Cincinnati, O. Mem. Am.
Inst. Elec. Eng'rs; Can. Soc. Civil Eng'rs; N. Y. Elec.
Soc. (past v.-p.); Can. Elec. Ass'n (past pres.); Frank-
lin Inst., Phila.; Pa. Soc, Pilgrims Soc. of America.
Cluibs: Metropolitan, Lotos, Engineers, Lawyers (N. Y.
City); Greenwich Country. New Canaan Country
(Conn.); St. James (Montreal), Cherokee (Macon, Ga.).
Address: 149 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Manchester, Eng., Oct. 13, 1862; s. Gus-
tave and Rosalie (Wollmann) Gottheil; ed. Chorlton
High Sch., E. Adams Sch.. Manchester; Columbia
Grammar Sch., N. Y.; Columbia Coll., A.B., 1881; Univs.
of Berlin, Tiibingen. Leipzig (Ph.D., Leipzig, summa
cum laude, 1SS6); m. Paris, Sept. 16, 1891, Emma R.
Leon. Spent winter of 1904-1905, Cairo, Egypt; winter
of 1909-1910, Palestine, as dir. of Am. Sch. of Archae-
ology at Jerusalem, traveled through libraries and
archives of Spain and Portugal for historical studies,
1898; now prof. Semitic languages. Columbia Univ.
Hebrew. Mem. Council of Am. Oriental Soc,: mem.
German Oriental Soc. Grand Nasi of Zeta Beta Tau
fraternity; v.-p. Jewish Hist. Soc. of America. Chm'n
of Com. on Ed'n of Edn'l Alliance, N. Y. ; chm'n Pales-
tinian Com. of Nat. Conf. of Jewish Charities. Clubs:



English Universities and Schools, Early Eighties (Co-
lumbia Coll.). Residence: 417 Riverside Drive. Ad-
dress: Columbia Univ., N. Y. City.


Artist; b. Urichville, Ohio, 1S5S; d. Simon and Caro-
line (Hahn) Wolf; ed. Washington, D. C. ; studied art
In N. Y. City; m. Washington, D. C, 187S, Frederick
c'.otthold; one child, Arthur Frederick, b. 1879. Has
paintings in permanent galleries of St. Louis and
Washington. Mem. Greenwich Soc. of Artists. Clubs:
Barnard, Pen and Brush, Guild of Book Workers, Mac-
Dowell. Address: Wild Acres, Cos Cob, Conn. City
address: 165 W. 5Sth St., N. Y. City.


Artist and collector of relics and antiquities; b.
Vienna, Austria, May 15, 1856; s. Adolf and Caroline
(von Sonnenberg) Gottlieb; distant relative of Antonio
Lopez de Santa Anna, the fighting gen. and president
of Mexico; ed. St. John's Catholic College under direc-
tion of Peter Canonicus and received degree of A.M.;
m. Cecilia Miller. Connected with Puck as mg'r of
Art Dep't for nearly thirty years; retired on account
of ill health. Author of the History of the Rite of
Memphis, and other works. Past master of Odd Fel-
lows: active member of Masonic fraternity: York Rite,
the Swedenboro Rite, 33 Scottish Rite. 96 and Egyp-
tian Rite, chapter, Cryptic Rite, Knight Templar,
Noble of the Mystic Shrine, Veiled Prophet, Sheik of
Kieba, Rose Croix and all degrees of the order; hon.
mem. to Spain, Portugal, Italy and Egypt; decorated
with five-pointed bronze star order of merit, by the
Khedive. Mem. Micros. Soc, Geographical Soc: treas.
Medico-Legal Laboratory; life mem. Soc. of Science,
Letters and Art, London, England, and v.-p. Am.
Branch. Q.-m.-gen., with rank of brig.-gen., of Nat.
Vol. Emergency Service Med. Corps, U. S. A., which
he, in connection with his brother, founded in 1900.
Mem. 1st Battery N. G. N. Y. Club; N. Y. Press. Ad-
dress: 126 W. 112th St., N. Y. City.


Born N. Y. City; d. Frederick Edward and Catherine
Eliza (Jackson) Wtstbrook; ed. Spingler Inst., N. Y.;
m. Dec. 15, 1869, Charles Judson Gould; children: Mrs.
W. Dana Swan, Mrs. Howard F. Clark, Carl Freling-
huysen, Mrs. Walter Dabney Blair, Aubrey Van Wyck,
Mrs. Edward Palmer York. Clubs: Barnard, Nat. Arts,
Summer residence: Suncliff, Tarrytown, N. Y.; winter:
230 W. 59th St., N. Y. City.


Architect; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 24, 1873; s. Charles
Judson and Annie (Westbrook) Gould; ed. Phillips
Exeter Acad., 1894; grad. Harvard Univ., A.B., 1898;
unmarried. Was a student for 4 years at the Ecole
des Beaux Arts; assisted in drawing the plans for
the improvement of the city of San Francisco; mem.
of firm of Carpenter, Blair & Gould of N. Y. City.
Episcopalian. Mem. Soc. of the Ecole des Beaux
Arts, Squadron A, N.G.N.Y. Clubs: Harvard. Fencers,
Ardsley. Address: 230 W. 59th St., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Batavia, N. Y., Jan. 13, 1849; s.
William W. and Electa (Pratt) Gould; ed. in Batavia
schools; m. Batavia, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1869, Adelaide
Stocking; children: Henry C, Charles M.. William S
Celia A. Became an accountant in Buffalo, 1869:
deputv postmaster of Buffalo, 1878-1879; collector of
customs, 1SS0-1884; also pres. Gould Coupler Co., of
Depew, N. Y., Gould Realty Co., of N. Y. City, and
GoLild Storage Battery Co. Mem. S. A. R., Founders
and Patriots of America, Soc. of Colonial Wars, Met.
Museum of Art. Clubs: Union League, Am. Yacht
(commodore), Lawyers', Republican, Lotos, Railway,
N. Y. Yacht. Residence: 66 Park Av. Address: 30
E. 42d St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 25, 1866; s. Jay and
Helen Day (Miller) Gould; grad. Columbia, A.B.,
1888; m. N. Y. City, Oct. 27, 1S92, Sarah C. Shrady.
Served in Troop A and 71st Reg't, N. G., N. Y. Chm'n
B'd of Dirs. St. Louis Southwestern R'y, pres. Para-
gould Southeastern R'y; dir. Equitable Trust Co. of
N. Y., Utah Fuel Co., Am. Writing Paper Co., Mis-
souri Pacific R'y Co., Texas Pacific R'y Co., Western
Union Telegraph Co., Manhattan R'y Co., Colorado
Midland R'y Co., Denver & Rio Grande R.R., Pitts-
burgh Terminal R.R. & Coal Co., Rio Grande South-
ern R'y Co.. Rio Grande Western R.R. Co., West Side
Belt R.R. Co.. Calif. & Texas R'y Construction Co.,
St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern R.R. Co. Mem.
N. Y. Stock Exchange, Chicago Stock Exchange, Soc.
Colonial Wars, Mil. Order Foreign Wars, Sons of Rev-
olution. Clubs: Union League; Seawanhaka-Corin-
thian Yacht, Am. Yacht, N. Y. Yacht, Atlantic Yacht,

X. \. Athletic, Essex Co. Country, Knollwood Golf,
Larchmont, Jekyl Island, Automobile of America,
Army and Navy, Country, Ardsley, Aero, Kebo Valley,
Union, Chlicago (Chicago); St. Louis (St. Louis). Resi-
dence: Ardsley-on-the-Hudson, and 936 Fifth Av., N.
Y. City. Address: 165 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Pres. City and Suburban Homes Co.; ib. Oshawa,
Ont., Aug. 15, 1860; s. John T. and Emilv A. Gould;
grad. Victoria Coll., Univ. of Toronto, A.B., 1881; LL U
1911; and Johns Hopkins Univ., Ph.D., 1886, having
been a fellow there, 1S82-18S4, and lecturer in the
same inst'n, 1892-1897; prof, statistics, Univ. of Chi-
cago, 1895-1896; pres. City and Suburban Homes Co.,
of N. Y., since 1S96. Appt'd chamberlain City of N.
Y. by Mayor Seth Low, taking office Jan. 1, 1902, and
continuing until Jan. 1, 1904, was given a compli-
mentary dinner Jan. 7, 1902, by citizens of N. Y.
City, in recognition of distinguished municipal service.
Appt'd 1907 and 1908 by Gov. Hughes as vice-chm'n.
of Comm'n to Revise N. Y. City Charter. Ex-v.-p.
Am. Economic Ass'n; fellow Am. Acad. Polit. and So-
cial Science; mem. Internat. Statistical' Inst., British
Economic Ass'n, Society d'Economie Politique and So-
ciete de Statistique de Paris. Author of several
books and writings on social and .economic subjects,
including: Housing of the Working Peoule; Popular
Control oif the Liquor Traffic; The Gothenburg Sys-
tem of Liquor Traffic; The Social Condition of Labor;
and various contb'ns to magazines. Vestryman and -
treas. St. Bartholomew's Ch., Pres. Phi Beta Kappa
Alumni. Clubs. Century, Authors'. Church (Pres.),
City, Barnard, National Arts, Baltimore Country, St.
Andrew's Golf. Residence: 57 W. 52d St. Address:
15 Weat 3Sth St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 4, 1877; s. Jay and
Helen Day (Miller) Gould; grad. N. Y. Univ. Chm'n
B'd of Dirs., Va. R'y & Power Co., Internat. & Great
Northern R'y Co.; v.-,p. Mo. Pacific R'y Co., St. Louis,
Iron Mountain & Southern R'y Co., Texas & Pacific
R'y Co., and dir. and officer of other companies.
Clubs: Union League, N. Y. Athletic, Ardsley, Knoll-
wood, Lambs; Racquet (Phila.); Westmoreland,
Country (Richmond Va.); City Lunch, Railroad,
Stock Exchange American, Atlantic, Columbia,
Larchmont, New York, Seawanhaka-CorintWian Yacht.
Address: 149 Broadway, N. Y. City.

Capitalist; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 6, 1864; s. Jay and
Helen Day (Miller) Gould; ed. Dr. Cornwall's private
sch., N. Y. City; m. N. Y. City, Sept. 14, 18S6, Edith M.
Kingdon; children: Kingdon, Jay, Marjorie (Mrs. An-
thony Drexel, Jr.), Vivian (Lady Deoies), George J.,
Jr., Edith, Gloria. At close of sch. course, preferred
business to coll.; became clerk in banking house, W. E.
Connor & Co., and mem. of firm, upon retirement of
father, 1885; became mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange, Feb.,
1886. Entered R'y service 1888, as pres. Little Rock &
Fort Smith R'y; 1st v.-p. Texas & Pacific R'y, 1888-
1893, pres. since 1S93; 2nd v.-p. Mo. Pacific R'y; until
May 10, 1893; pres. and dir., 1803-1911; chm'n B'd of
Dirs., since 1911; pres. and dir. St. Louis, Iron Moun-
tain & Southern R'y, 1892-19111, chm'n of B'd, since
1911; pres Internat. & Great Northern R'y, 1893-1911;
chm'n B'd of Wabash R. R., 1903-1905; now dir. Man-
hattan R'y, since 1S88; v.-p. and dir. Western Union
Telegraph Co., 1901-1910, now dir.; also dir. Chicago-
Elevator Co., Colo. Fuel & Iron Co., Continental Trust
Co. of Baltimore, Davis Coal & Coke Co., Denver & Rio
Grande R'y Co., Globe Express Co., Internat. & Great
Northern R'y, Guaranty Trust Co., Nat. Bank of Com-
merce, Pittsburgh Terminal R.R. & Coal Co., Rio
Grande, Southern R.R., Utah Fuel Co.; Weatherforce,
Mineral Wells & Northwestern R'y Co.; W. Va. Central
& Pittsburgh R'y Co., Western Md. R'y Co., Western
Pacific R'y Co. Mem. Am. Geog. Soc, Soc. Foreign
Wars, Sons of Revolution, Chamber of Commerce.
Recreations: Riding, hunting,, yachting, polo, photog-
raphy. Clubs: Atlantic Yacht, Automobile of Amer-
ica, Country of Westchester, Country of Lakewood,
Jekyl Island, Kaiserlich und Konigliches Yachtge-
schwader zu Pola, Lawyers (New York) N. Y. Athletic,
N. Y. Yacht. Rumson Country, Royal Southampton
Yacht Royal Thames (England), Spesuita Island Rod
and Gun. Residences: Georgian Court. Lake-wood,
N. J., and 857 Fifth Av., N. Y. City. Address: 165
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Auburn. Me., Nov. 8, 1848; s. George
Thomas and Eliza Ann (Lapham) Gould; enlisted 1861
as drummer-boy in Union Army in 63d Ohio Vols, (dis-
charged, 1862); enlisted, 1864, in 141st Ohio Vols, (dis-
charged, 1865); grad. Ohio Wesleyan Univ., A.B., 1873;
A.M. 1S92; Harvard Divinity Sch., 1873; Jefferson Med.



Coll., Philadelphia, M.D., 1888; m. Pomeroy, O., 1S76.
Harriet F. Cartwright. Engaged in practice in Phila-
delphia as specialist in ophthalmology, since 1888;
ophthalmologist of Philadelphia Almshouse, 1892-1894;
pres. Am. Acad, of Medicine, 1895; speaker of Congress
of Arts and Sciences La. Purchase Exp'n, 1904. Edi-
tor: Medical News, 1891-1895; Philadelphia Medical
Journal, 1898-1900; American Medicine, 1901-1906. Au-

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eleventn eaition, iauu; a rsew ^vieuicai uicLiuntii >, j.
editions, 1891-1900; Pocket Medical Dictionary, 1892
1913; The Meaning and Method of Life, 1S93; Illus
trated Dictionary of Medicine. Biology, and Allied
Sciences 1894-1904, with supplement, 1905; A Diction-
ary of New Medical Terms, 1894, American Year Book
of Medicine and Surgery, 1896-1903; Borderland
Studies, 2 vols., 1896-1905; Diseases of the Eye (in
collaboration), 1897; An Autumn Singer (Poems), 1897;
Suggestions to Medical Writers, 1900; Encyclopedia of
Practical Medicine and Surgery, 190CM913; Pocket En-
cyclopedia Medicine and Surgery, 1900-1913; Anomalies
and Curiosities of Medicine (in collaboration), 1901;
Biographic Clinics, 6 vols., 1903-1909; History of Jef-
ferson College, 2 vols., 1904; The Practitioner's Medi-
cal Dictionary, 1906-1912; Concerning Lafcadio Hearn,
1908; Righthandedness and Lefthandedness. etc., 1908;
The Infinite Presence, 1910; Life and Letters of Ed-
mund Clarence Stedman (in collaboration with Laura
Stedman) 2 vols., 1910; also Genius and other Essays,
by E. C. Stedman, 1911. Personal Bibliography, etc.,
1910 Fellow Coll. Physicians, Philadelphia; mem.
Am. Ophthalmological Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n, Am. Acad.
Medicine; Phi Beta Kappa. Removed to Ithaca, NY.,
1908. Address; 401 Oriental Av., Atlantic City, N. J.


Capitalist; b. N. Y. City, 1870; s. Jay and Helen (Mil-
ler) Gould; private ed'n; m. Oct. 12, 1898, Viola Kath-
erine Clemmons. Mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange; dir.
\m Pneumatic Service Co., Manhattan R'y Co., Denver
& Rio Grande R'y Co., Rio Grande Southern R . R. Co.,
St Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern R'y Co., St Louis
Southwestern R'y Co., Texas & Pacific R y Co Yachts-
man; won the Lord Dunraven Challenge Cup with
vacht Niagara. Residence: Irvington-on-Hudson,
N. Y. Address: 165 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Actor- b Minneapolis, Mar. 19, 1863; s. Dr. H. W. and
Elizabeth I. Gould; ed. in schools of Boston, Mass
Began stage career as call-boy at Boston -Museum;
later appeared with James O'Neill, Maggie Mitchell,
E H Sothern; 7 years a star under Daniel Frohraan,
then leading support to Mary Mannermg. Mrs Patrick
Campbell, Viola Allen; starred two years in Witching
Hour Clubs: Players, Lambs. Address: Players Club,
N. Y. City.

Mechanical eng'r, mf'r; b. Seneca Falls. N. Y., March
15 1877; s. Seabury S. and Mary Mitchell (Judd) Gould;
ed Lawrenceville (N. J.) preparatory sch.; grad. Cor-
nell Univ., M.E., 1899. Pres. Gould j.f'g Co. of Seneca
Falls N Y.; trustee Seneca Falls Savings Bank. Re-
publican; alternate-at-large from N. Y. State to Rep.
Nat. Conv., 1908; school comm'r; village trustee; chm n
Republican County Com. Mem. Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs,
Franklin Inst., Nat. Geog. Soc, Sigma Phi Soc, Ma-
sonic Order (Geneva Commandery, No. 29, Knights
Templar), Damascus Temple Mystic Shrine, Rochester.
32 Syracuse Consistory. Clubs: Union League (N.
Y ) University (Cornell), Engineers, St. Nicholas (N.
Y'.)', Automobile of America. Boston City, NY. Ath-
letic, iKanadasaga Country (Geneva), University (Chi-
cago), Century (Syracuse), City (Auburn. N. Y ), Gen-
esee Valley (Rochester). Address: Seneca Falls, N. Y.


Underwriter, congressman; b. in Adams Co., Pa.,
Aug. 1, 1844; served in Navy. 1864-1865; m. Dec, 1867,
Isabelle Allwein. Engaged in life ins. business; was
Comm'r of Ed'n, N. Y. City, 1892-1S98; elected to Con-
gress from 18th N. Y. Dist., 1902, re-elected 1904-1906,
1908 and 1912. Democrat. Formerly mem. B'd Mg rs
State Reformatory at Morgana, Pa.; now mem. B'd
Trustees, Soldiers' Home, Bath, N. Y.; was sec and
mem. of comm'n that erected Soldiers' and Sailors
Memorial Monument, N. Y. City. Residence: 2433 Cres-
ton Av. Address: 180 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. Matanzas, Cuba: s. Rafael and Rosa
fde Tejada) Govin; attended Columbia Coll; m. May S.
Medina. Pres. Interocean Oil Co., Interborough Ferry-
Co.; dir. Intertodrough Met. Street R.R. Co. Inde-
pendent. Received decorations from South Am. Gov'ts.

Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: Union, Metro-
politan, N. Y. Yacht, Down Town, Midday. Residence:
43 Fifth Av. Address: 90 West St., N. Y. City.


Pres. Max Grab Fashion Co., N. Y. ; b. Prague, Bo-
hemia, Aug. 5, 1872; s. Frederick and Katharina (Jo-
kel) Grab; ed. Jesuitic Gymnasium, Prague, Univ. of
Vienna; m. Grand Rapids, Mich., 1895, Helen Francis
McCoy; children: Frederic Daniel, Marguerite Helen,
Robert. Author: Bismarck and the Re-establishment
of the German Empire, etc. Lieut. 5th Dragoons, Aus-
trian Army. Republican. Hon. mem. Austrian Mil.
Soc; mem. Met. Museum of Art, Museum of Natural
History, Japan Soc. Recreations: Motoring, horseback
riding, fishing. Clubs: Lotos, City (Yonkers), Yonkers
Automobile, Long Key Fishing. Residence: 61 Locust
Hill Av., Yonkers, N. Y. Address: 392 Fifth Av., N.
Y. City.


Professor palaeontology, Columbia Univ.; to. Cedar-
burg, Wis., Jan. 9, 187U; s. Prof. William and Maria
(von Rohr) Grabau; grad. Mass. Inst. Technology,
B.S., 1896; Harvard M.S., 1898; D.S., 1900; m. Boston,
1901, Mary Antin. Formerly prof, geology Rensselaer
Polytechnic Inst., and lecturer in geology Tufts Coll.
Fellow Geol. Soc. of America, A.A.A.S. and N. Y. Acad,
of Sciences, Buffalo Soc. of Natural Sciences. Co-
editor: Guide to 'Localities, illustrating the geology,
marine zoology and botany of Boston. Author: Geol-
ogy and Palaeontology of Eighteen-Mile Creek and
the Lake Shore of Erie Co., N. Y. (Buffalo Soc. Nat.
Sciences) ; Guide to the Geology and Palaeontology of
Niagara Falls (Univ. State N. Y. Museum Bulletin,
1901); Phylogeny of Fusus and Its Allies (Smithsonian
Inst., 1904); Guide to the Geology and Palaeontology
of the Schoharie Region in Eastern New York (Univ.
State of N. Y. Museum, 1906), North American Index
Fossils, 2 vols, (with H. W. Shimer), A.. G. Seiler &
Co.; The Principles of Stratigraphy. 1913, and numer-
ous scientific papers. Residence: Scarsdale, N. Y. Ad-
dress: Columbia University, N. Y. City.


Pres. W. R. Grace & Co.; b. Great Neck, N. Y., June
29, 1872; s. William R. and Lillius (Gilchrist) Grace;
grad. Columbia, A.B., 1894; v. -p. Ingersoll-Rand Co.;
trustee Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank, Lincoln
Nat. Bank, Lincoln Safe Deposit Co., New York Trust
Co., Terminal Warehouse Co., Kings County Trust Co.;
dir. Nat. City Bank, Atlantic & Pacific S. S. Co., Inger-
soll-Rand Co., and W. R. Grace & Co. Clubs: Univer-
sity, Racquet and Tennis, Metropolitan, Meadow Brook.
Alpha Delta Phi. Catholic Residence: 31 E. 79th St.
Address: 1 Hanover Sq., N. Y. City.


Merchant; b. Wellington, New Zealand, 1880: s. Hon.
Morgan S. (C.M.G., Count of Holy Roman Empire, sur-
geon-gen. New Zealand Forces), and Agnes Mary
(Johnston) Grace, ed. St. Patrick Coll., Wellington.
New Zealand; m. N. Y. City, April 27, 1904, Ruth Agnes
Eden; one son: Morgan H., Jr., b. 1906. Treas. Wel-
lington City Tramways. 1896-1S9S; employe W. R.
Grace & Co., N. Y. City, 1898-1902; v.-p. and treas. Ed-
mund Mortimer & Co., 1902-1905; pres. and treas. Coe-
Mortimer Co., 1905-1913; pres. Land Co. D. of Eden-
wald; dir. Phosphate Mining Co. Mem. Squadron A.,
U. S. Recreations: Polo, tennis. Address: Great Neck,
L. I.


Consul; b. East Weymouth, Mass., Feb. 26, 1877; s.
Samuel L. and Leonora (Thompson) Gracey; ed. public
and private schs. ; m. Oakland, Calif., July 22, 1906,
Enid Yale; one son: Wilbur Yale, b. Shanghai. China,
Sept. 3, 1910. Engaged in Am. Consular service since
1.898; acting consul gen. Hongkong, acting consul Foo-
chow, consul Na-.king and Tsingtau, China, consul
Progreso since March, 1912. Residence: 287 Euclid
Av., Oakland, Calif. Address: Am Consulate, Pro-
greso, Mexico, and care Dep't of State, Washington,
D. C


Physician; b. Brockport, N. Y., July 3, 1881; s. M. E.
(M.D.) and Fannie (Corden) Graham; grad. Rochester
High Sch, 1900, Univ. of Mich., M.D., 1904: Nat. Coll.
Electro-Therapeutics. 1903; m. Rochester, N. Y., June
14, 1905, Louise M. Williams. Prop'r of The Graham
Highland Park Sanatorium and Maternity Hosp., Ro-
chester, N. Y. Republican; Methodist. Mem. Monroe
Co. Homce. Soc, iHahnemannian Soc, Central N. Y.
Homce. Soc, Western N. Y. Homce. Soc, Valley Lodge
F. and A. M. Clubs: Rochester. Rochester Automo-
bile. Oak Hill Country Golf, Rochester, Elks, Masonic.
Address: Rochester, N. Y.




Lawyer; t>. Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 13, 1850; s. James
Henry and Sarah Jane (Scott) Graham; ed. public
schools Philadelphia, private tuition and Univ. of Pa.,
LL.B., LL.lD., Lafayette Coll.; m. 1st, Dec. 14, 1871);
Emma M. Ellis; 2d, June S, 1S9S, Pauline M. Clarke;
children: Ethel Scott (Mrs. C. Perry Wentz), Blanche
i.Mrs. Erskine Bains), Marion Hollister; also George
Ellis, and Adele (deceased). Admitted to 'bar in Phila-
delphia, 1S71, in N. Y., 1904. Prof, criminal law, in
Univ. of Pa., 10 years, resigning in 1898; dist. att'y,
Philadelphia, IS years, six consecutive terms, to four
of which was elected on both Republican and Demo-
cratic tickets; now mem. firm of Graham & L'Amo-
reaux, lawyers. Has traveled all over U. S., Great
Britain, France. Germany, Belgium and Holland. Re-
publican; Presby'n. Mason; past grand commander
Knights Templar of Pa. Recreations: Walking, riding,
boating, etc. Address: 42 Broadway, N. Y. City, and
West End Trust Bid., Philadelphia, Pa.


Corp'n official; b. Flushing, L. I., Feb. 5, 1867; s.
James Varnum and Kate (Acosta) Graham; grad.
Flushing Inst., 1SS3. Started work with Equitable
Gas Light Co. of N. Y., 1884, which consolidated with
East River Gas Co. of N. Y in 1898, under name of
New Amsterdam Gas Co.; advanced through various
stages until appt'd sec. and treas. 1S90. Also v.-p.
Northern Union Gas. Co., and sec. and treas. East
River Gas Co. of L. I. City. Democrat; Episcopalian.
Recreations: Golf, tennis. Clubs: N. Y. Yacht, Oak-
land Golf. Residence: 49 Jagger Av., Flushing, L. I.
Address: 22 E. 22nd St., N. Y. City.

Lawyer; b. Montreal, Can., June 21, 1875; s. Dougald
and Frances (Sharon) Graham; ed. Upper Canada
Coll., Toronto, McGill Univ., Montreal, and Columbia
Law Sen.; m. N. Y. City, Lucy Emily Hamilton; one
daughter, Edith Gwendolen Graham. Admitted to N.
Y. Bar and engaged in practice; 7 years ass't att'y
Met. Street R'v Co. Trustee State Savings Bank.
Methodist. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.; Prince of
Orange Lodge of Masons. Clubs: McGill University
Graduates, Canadian of New York, Young Men's
Democratic, Masonic Club. Address: 128 Broadway,
N. Y. City.

Educator; b. Oswego, N. Y., Nov. 24. 1871; s. Jerome
B. and Svlvia (Upson) Graham; grad. Syracuse Univ.,
B.S., 1893. Univ. of Berlin, Ph.D., 1897, Darmstadt
Polytechnicum, 1897-1898; m. Syracuse, N. Y., 1899,
Cora M. Dodson. Traveled over a large part of Eu-
rope, 1S94-1S98; was made asso. prof. elec. eng'ring
at Syracuse Univ. and head of the dep't, 1898; prof,
elec eng'ring, Syracuse, 1901; dean of Coll. of Ap-
plied Science, Syracuse Univ., since 1912. Dir. Straight
Line Engine Co., Syracuse, N. Y. Independent in
politics; Methodist. Mem. Am. Inst. Elec. Eng'Ts,
German Math. Soc, SocietS Frangaise de Physique,
Astron. and Astrophys. Soc. of America. Technology
Club of Syracuse, N. Y., Beta Theta Pi. Phi Beta
Kappa and Sigma Xi fraternities. Recreation: Boat-
ing. Address: 1205 Harrison St., Syracuse, N. Y.


Physician; b. Trenton, N. J., 1855; s. of Egbert H.
and Amanda (Pratt) Grandin; grad. Harvard, A.B.,
1S76, M.D., 1SS0; m. -July, 1880, Fannie Throckmorton,
of Jersey City. Has practised in N. Y. City since
1881; now limits practice to pelvic and abdominal sur-
gery. Mem. Med. Soc. Co. N. Y. (ex-pres.), N. Y.
Acad. Medicine, N. Y. Obstet. Soc. (ex-pres.), N. Y.
State Med. Soc, Congress of Am. Physicians and Sur-

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