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geons, Am. Gynecol. Soc, Soc. Med. Jurisprudence,
Harvard Med. Soc, Medico-Surgical Boc, Medical,
Ass'n of Greater N. Y. Formerly attending and con-
sulting obstetrician N. Y. Maternity Hosp., and at-
tending obstetrician N. Y. Infant Asylum; new con-
sulting gynecologist to the French Hosp., gynecologist
to Columbus Hosp., asso. surgeon Woman's Hospital
in the State of N. Y. Has written extensively on
his specialties in American Journal of Obstetrics and
the Medical Record. Author: The Cyclopedia of Ob-
stetrics and Gynecology (12 vols.); Electricity in
Gynecology Practical Obstetrics. Mem. Kane Lodge,
F. and A. M., N. Y. Consistory A. A. S. R., Mecca
Temple, Mystic Shrine. Address: 116 W. 76th St.,
N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; b N. Y. City, Dec. 3, 1S70; s. John C.
and Althea (Dean) Granger; grad. Columbia Univ.
Sch. of Mines 1892; m. Brooklyn. N. Y., Jane Sherman
Peters; children: Aithea Jane. b. 1896. Olive Standish,
b 1901. Pres. A. D. Granger Co.. contracting eng'rs, of
N. Y. City, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh; pres. Oswego

Boiler and Engine Co., Oswego, N. Y. Republican.
Congregationalism Recreations: Golf, tennis, motor-
ing. Clubs: Crescent Athletic (Brooklyn), Brooklyn
Engineers, Columbia. University (N. Y.), Manufac-
turers' (Philadelphia). Residence: 677 Greene Av.,
Brooklyn, N. Y. Address: 90 West St., N. Y. City.


Real estate broker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan 23, 1880;
s. Robert A. and Florence ((Peters) Granniss; ed. St.
Paul's Sch., Concord, N. H., Yale, A.M., 1903. Began
business in fall of 1903 with Pease & Elliman, Inc.,
real estate brokers, as ass't sec; in 1904 elected v.-p.
and dir. with an interest in the business and sent lin
charge of down town office; moved to main office,
April, 1913. Pres. and dir. Mortgage & Financing
Co. Republican. Mem. Alpha Delta Phi, Sons of Rev-
olution. Clubs: University, Lawyers', Morristown
County Golf, Yale, Elihu. Residence: Morris Plains.
N. J. Address: 340 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. N. Y. City, May 13, 1869; s. Dr. G.
and Caroline A. Grant; grad. Yale Univ., A.B., 1891.
Organizer, pres. and gen. mg'r, The Atlantic Terra
Cotta Company, 1898; pres. and gen. mg'r of Federal
Terra Cotta Co. Independent Republican. Mem. Soc.
Colonial Wars, Soc. War of 1812. Clubs: Union, Cal-
umet, Racquet and Tennis, City, Riding. Residence:
22 E. 49th St. Address: 111 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Author, artist; b. N. Y. City, June 23, 1876; d.
Dickson Given and Mary Atwater (Hughes) Watts;
ed. in Paris and N. Y. City; m. 1st, 1S94, George D.
Mumford; 2d, 1906, Peter Geddes Grant; one son;
George H., b. 1895. Has had extended travel and res-
idence abroad. Author: Dupes (Putnam); Whitewash
(Dana Estes); A Hundred Love Songs of Kamal
(Scribners) ; Cynics Calendar; The Auto Guest Book;
The Limerick Book (Paul Elder); Japanese Book of
the Ancient Sword (Am. Oriental Soc); Out of the
Ashes (Moffatt-Yard) ; also cont'b'r to all the leading
magazines. Mem. Am. Oriental Soc, Internat. Oriental
Soc. Clubs: Pen and Brush, Colony. Address: Care
Colony Club, N. Y. City.


Real estate broker; b. St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 6, 1855;
s. Josias and Mary Elizabeth (Northrop) Grant; ed.
public schs., and Brooklyn Poly. Inst.; m. Brooklyn,
N. Y., Sept. 13, 1877, Jeannie T. Dailey. Partner In
real estate firm E. J. & S. Grant; pres. Pierrepont
Construction Co.; v.-p. Schermerhorn Realty Co.; dir.
Grant Brick Co. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem.
Brooklyn Inst. Arts and Sciences, Soc. of Old Brooklyn-
ites, Order of Founders & Patriots of Am., N. E. Soc.
of Brooklyn, Brooklyn B'd of Real Estate Brokers,
(sec and director and incorporator) Grant Family
Ass'n (3d v.-p.). Recreations: Golf, music. Clubs:
Marine and Field (director and treas.), Dunwoodie
Country, Brooklyn, Apollo. Address: 189 Montague
St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Bookseller; b. Ithaca, N. Y. ; s. William Granby
and Maria Loulisa (Ackley) Grant; ed. private tutors,
John Mamullen's Sch., then 5 years in Europe; at-
tended Univ. of Geneva, Switzerland, and Univ. of
Berlin; m. Nov., 1881, Sarah Josephine Rieck; chil-
dren: Frances Ackley, b. 1SS6; Eugene Granby, b.
1S90; William Gunton, b. 1892; Gerald Garner, b. 1894;
Theodora Rieck, b. 1S98. Bookseller since 1870; five
years with Sheldon & Co., since then alone. Has
traveled extensively, vfisiting fourteen different
countries; knows Switzerland thoroughly; has climbed
mountains over .10,000 feet high four times. Democrat.
Brought up in Dutch Reformed Ch.; mem. Sons of
Revolution; (formerly chm'n Exec. Com.), 4th v.-p.
Grant Family Ass'n. Recreations: Music, theatre, con-
certs. Treas. and dir. The Mamakating Park Co.; dir.
and many years treas. The Sullivan County Club.
Residence: 329 Convent Av. Address: 2o W. 42d St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 19, 1865; s. Dr. Gabriel
(deceased), and Caroline A. (Manice) Grant; ed.
private schools in N. Y. City and Germany; grad.
Yale Univ., B.A., 1S87; Columbia Univ. Law Sch.,
1890; unmarried. Traveler, hunter, explorer, -naturalist,
writer; chrm'n N. Y. Zool. Soc, pres. Bronx R'y
Comm'n dir Federal Terra Cotta Co., mem. Bar
Ass'n City of N. Y., Soc. of Colonial Wars. Mil. Order
of Loyal Legion, trustee Am. Museum of Natural
History, councillor Am. Geog. Soc. Republican. Clubs:
Union, University, Century, Tuxedo, Boone and
Crockett, Ends of the Earth, Down Town, Shikar
of London. Address: 22 E. 49th St. N. Y. City.




Clergyman; b. Boston, May 13, 1860; s. Stephen
Mason and Anna (Stickney) Grant; ed. Boston pub-
lic sen., Roxbury Latin Sch.; B.A., Harvard, 1883;
B.D., Episcopail Theol. Sch., Cambridge, 1886; M.A.,
Harvard; D.D., Hobart, 1907. Immediately after grad-
uation become curate of Oh. of Ascension, Fall River.
Became attracted by problem presented by religious
and social needs of cotton operatives. Soon became
minister of St. Mark's, Fall River, and built new
church on large piece of land in factory dist., with a
view of putting views into practical operation. Be-
came rector of chapel, and labored earnestly and
successfully among these people until 1893. During
that period became prominent in Fall River affairs,
serving on school committees and furthering various
philanthropic and edn'l works. Also acted as rector
of Christ Church, Swansea. When Dr. Winchester
Donald (Phillips Brooks' successor at Trinity) left
the pulpit of Ch. of Ascension, in N. Y. City, 1893, Dr.
Grant was asked to become its rector. Assumed
charge on condition that the pews should be free and
the church open every day. The reauit of this change
was most encouraging; the increase in attendance
and income has been remarkable. In winter of
1899-1900 was hon. sec. and chaplain to Bishop
Potter in trip around the world. Publications - three
volumes of verse and two of prose, Ad Matrem and
Other Poems, The Search of Belisarius, The Return
of Odysseus, Observations in Asia, Christianity and
Socialism and Other Essays. Univ. preacher at Har-
vard, 1907-1909. Clubs: Century, City, N. T. Athletic,
Authors', Boston Univ. Address: 7 W. 10th St., N. T.


Banker, mf'r; b. Neversink, N. Y., May 6, 1844; s.
Isaac and Hannah (Le Roy) Grant; ed. public schools;
m. Hawkinsville, N. Y., Sept. 14, 1870, Lettie C.
Hayes; one son: Robert D., b. 1872. Served in Civil
War, in 92d Reg't N. Y. Vols., private to col. of reg't.
After war service engaged in banking and commer-
cial affairs; aided in founding Bank of Clayton, N. Y.,
1876; in 1884, with others, organized Exchange Bank,
which later became Nat. Exchange Bank of Clayton,
of which he has been cashier since reorg'n, 1898; is
stockholder in 31 nat. banks and two trust compa-
nies; is largely interested in the mf'r and sale of
cheese and other dairy products; pres. Watertown
Produce Exchange, State Dairy B'd of Trade; pres.
Thousand Islands Park Ass'n. Republican. Mason,
32. Clubs: Bankers and Brokers, Anglers (St. Law-
rence River). Address: Clayton, N. Y.


Ass't curator Am. Museum of Natural History; b.
Brooklyn, Nov. 1, 1851; s. John L. and Lucinda
(Benton) Gratacap- grad. Coll. City of N. Y., A.B.,
1869, A.M.. 1880; Columbia School of Mines, Ph.B.,
1876. Actively identified with investigations in geol-
ogy and mineralogy; writer of books and papers on
these subjects, also on religious and political subjects.
Author: Geology of the City of N. Y., 1901; The Cer-
tainty of a Future Life in Mars (scientific fiction),
1903; Vade Mecum Guide to Mineral Collections, 1903;
The World as Intention, 1905; A Woman of the Ice
Age, 1906: The Substance of Literature, 1907; The
Evacuation of England. 1908; also publications on re-
ligious subjects; Philosophy of a Ritualist, or Apolo-
gia pro Ritu; Analytics of a Belief in a Future State;
and political writings: As to the Public Schools; Po-
litical Mission of Reform: Protection, a Reasonable
Doctrine; Centralization; The Cure for Political Cor-
ruption; The Silver Caticism; Popular Mineralogy;
Benjamin the Jew, etc. Fellow A.A.A.IS., N. Y. Acad.
Science; mem. N. Y. Mineraloglcal Club, Staten Island
Ass'n Arts and Sciences. Residence: 129 Bement Av.,
West New Brighton, S. I. Address 163 Bement Av.,
W. Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y.


Physician; b. Clarksburg, N. J., Jan. 30, 1870; s.
Henry C. and Ann Amelia (Mount) Gravatt; ed. Troy
High Sch.; grad. N. Y. Univ., med. dep't, 1891; m. Troy,
N. Y., Oct. 21, 1895, Margaret Jackson; one daughter,
Ruth, b. 1900. In gen. practice of medicine and sur-
gery; coroner of Rensselaer Co. since 1905. Republi-
can. Mem. Troy Dodge B. P. O. Elks; mem. Masonic
Order (Knights Templar) and Mystic Shrine. Address:
1810 Fifth Av., Troy, N. Y.


Diplomat; b. Sprrngfield, Mass., Aug., 1839; s. Rev.
Hiram Atwell and Mary (Hinman) Graves; ed. com-
mon schs. ; m. 1st, May 20. 1873, Grace, d. late Gen. J.
G. Totten, U. S. A.; 2nd, April 25, 1905, Alice K. Trlppe
of Athens, Pa. Prominent in many business enter-

prises in Minn. U. S. minister to Sweden and Nor-
way, 1905; appt'd ambassador extraordinary to coro-
nation King Haakon, Norway. Served as mayor of
Duluth, Minn.; mem. Minn. Senate and House of Rep-
resentatives (speaker), also of State Capitol (bld'g)
Comm'n. Delegate to Nat. and other convs. En-
listed in 40th N. Y. Vol., June 27, 1861, promoted 2d
lieut., 1st lieut. and capt.; capt. major, ass't adj. -gen.
U. S. Vols, brevet lieut.-col., and col U. S. Vols. 1st
lieut. 14th U. S. Inf., regulars; capt. 34th U. S. Inf.,
brevet major and lieut.-col. U. S. A. Republican;
Episcopalian. Mem. G. A. R., Mil. Order Loyal Le->
gion. Clubs: Kitchi-Gammi (Duluth), Minn. (St.
Paul), Army and Navy (Washington, D. C). Ad-
dresses: Duluth. Minn., and Stockholm, Sweden.


Journalist; b. Willington Church, Abbeville Co., N.
C, Nov. 9, 1856; s. Gen. James Porterfield and Kathe-
rine Floride (Calhoun) Graves; g. s. of William Cal-
houn, eldest brother of John C. Calhoun; grad. Univ.
of Ga., 1875; m. 1st Sparta, Ga., April 17, 1878, Mattle
E. Simpson; 2d, Rome, Ga., Dec. 30, 1890, Annie E.
Cothran. Editor Florida Union (daily), Jacksonville,
Fla., 1881-1883, Atlanta Daily Journal, 18S7-1888,
Rome (Ga.) Tribune, 1888-1890; editor-in-chief and
joint prop'r Daily Georgian (Atlanta), 1905-1907;
Editor-in-chief New York American since 1907.
Widely known as orator, having spoken on many
patriotic occasions and anniversary celebrations. For-
merly Democrat; colonel on staff of Gov. Northen of
Georgia; candidate for U. S. Senator from Georgia, 1905,
but withdrew; joined Independence Party, which nom-
inated him at Chicago, July, 1908, as its candidate for
the office of Vice-Pres. of the United States. Author:
History of Florida of To-day; History of Colleton, S.
C; Twelve Standard Lectures; Platform of To-day;
Speeches and Selections for Schools; The Negro.
Residence: 601 W. 113th st. Address, 238 William st,
N. Y. City.


Surgeon; b. Oldtown, Me., Jan. 31, 1875; s. Charles
Herman and Eliza (Perley) Gray; ed. Oldstown High
Sch., Phillips Andover Acad., 1896, Univ. of Me., S. B.,
1900; Harvard Univ., M.D., 1904. Traveled exten-
sively in U. S. and Europe. Ass't demonstrator of
anatomy N. Y. Univ. Med. Sch.; instr. gynecology, N.
Y. Post-Graduate Med. Sch. & Hosp.; attending gyne-
cologist, N. Y. Post-Grad. Med. Sch. & Hosp., O. P. D.;
attending gynecologist to Calvary Dispensary; chief
in gynecology Women's Hosp., O. P. D. ; Enlisted Co.
K., 7th Reg't, N. G. N. Y., May, 1908; served in Mass.
war manoeuvres, Aug., 1909. Episcopalian. Mem.
Harvard Med. Alumni Ass'n, N. Y. City; Am. Med.
Ass'n, N. Y. State Med. Ass'n, County Med. Soc, East
Side Physicians Ass'n, Me. Soc. of N. Y. Physicians
Legislative League of N. Y. ; pres. B'd of Governors
of N. Y. Alumni Ass'n of Alpha Tau Omega Frater-
nity. Recreations: Riding and golf. Clubs: Grad-
uates. Harvard, Alpha Tau Omega. Theta Nu Ipselon,
Rho Kappa Tau. Address: 60 W. 58th St., N. Y. City.


Author; b. Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1870; s. David Gray
and Martha (Guthrie) Gray; grad. Harvard. A. B., 1892;
unmarried. Reporter and editorial writer, Rochester
Union and Advertiser, 1893; editorial writer, Buffalo
Times, 1894; sub-editor N. Y. World, 1896; mn'g editor
Buffalo Courier, 1897; engaged in. study of law, 1897-
1S99; admitted to bar, June, 1899. Author: The Sphinx
(play of Harvard Hasty Pudding Club), 1892; Gallops
1 and 11. and play entitled Gallops (produced 1906), Mr.
Carteret. Ensign Russell. Occasional contb'r to maga-
zines. Clubs: Buffalo, Harvard. Address: 27 W. 44th
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 4, 1875; s. John Clinton
and Henrietta (Gunther) Gray; ed. Racine Coll. Gram-
mar Sch., Racine, Wis.; Lawrenceville Sch.. Lawrence-
ville, N. J.; Pensionnat Haccius, Lancy, Switzerland;
Albany Acad., Albany, N. Y.; grad. Harvard Coll., A.B.
1897, A.M. 1S98; Harvard Law Sch., LL.B., 1900; unmar-
ried. Deputy ass't dist. att'y N. Y. County, 1902-1905;
mem. firm of Sage, Kerr & Gray, 1905-1907; Zabriskie,
Murray, Sage & Kerr since 1907. Treas. and dir. Du-
plex Engine Governor Co., Inc.; dir. Acad, of Music,
inc.; mem. Exec. Com. Prison Ass'n. Clubs: Knicker-
bocker, Racquet and Tennis. University, Harvard,
Boone and Crockett (sec). Residence: 152 Madison Ave.
Address: 49 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 4, 1843; s. John A. C. Gray;
ed. Univ. of Berlin, Univ. City of N. Y., A.B. 1864, A.M.
1866; Harvard Law Sch., LL.B., 1863; m. Grace Town-
send. Engaged in practise of law, N. Y. City, 1866-



1888; elected 1888, re-elected 1902, Judge N. Y. Court of
Appeals, for term expiring Dec. 31, 1916. Address: 314
Btate St., Albany, N. Y.


Prop'r Oswego Machine Works; b. Oswego, N. Y.; s.
Niel and Mary (Wheeler) Gray; ed. St. Paul's Sch., Con-
cord, N. H. ; grad. Yale Univ., Ph.B., 1890. Owns and
manages the Oswego Machine Works; dir. Oswego
Shade Cloth Co.; v.-p. Oswego Hotel Corp'n; trustee
City Sav. Bank. Republican. Episcopalian. Mem. Am.
Soc. Mech. Eng'rs, Am. Civic Ass'n; trustee Oswego
Hosp. ; v.-p. Oswego Chamber of Commerce; mem. Delta
Psi fraternity. Clubs: New York, University, Yale, St.
Anthony (N. Y. City), City, Fortnightly, Yacht, Coun-
try (Oswego), Am. Univs. (London). Address, Oswego,
N. Y.


Born North of Ireland, 1S56; s. John and Sarah Jane
(Steele) Gray. Came to N. Y., 1871; m. N. Y., 1883,
Georgia C. Kinney; three children. Established, 1880,
house of William S. Gray & Co., comm'n merchants and
exporters of chemicals. Dir. in several other indus-
trial concerns; mem. Chamber of Commerce, B'd of
Trade; veteran 7th Reg't, N. G. N. Y. Clubs: Union
League, Lotos, Chemists, N. Y. Athletic. Residence: 39
W. 53d St. Address: 76 William St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Macon, Ga., Jan. 15, 1845; s. James S. and
Elizabeth F. (Broome) Graybill; ed. in Univs. of Ber-
lin, Gottingen and Munich, Germany; Univ. of Va. and
Columbia Law Sch., 1865-1871; m. N. Y. City, Nov. 30,
1873, Ella Martinelli. Served in Confederate Army,
1S62-1S65, as private, serg't, 1st lieut. and cap't; took
part in seven days' battles around Richmond, attack on
McClellan at Harrison's Landing and the defense of
Atlanta. Was with Gen. Wheeler in Gen. Johnston's
army from Atlanta to Goldsborough, N. C. Engaged in
practise of law in N. Y. City from 1871. Took active
part in polit. campaigns of 1S71-1S88, as a public
speaker in German and English in City and State of
N.Y.; pres. N. Y. State League of Democratic Clubs,
188S; pres. N. Y. Comm'n to the Cotton States Exp'n at
Atlanta, Ga., 1895; pres. Georgia Society in City of
N. Y., 1902-1905; lecturer under auspices of the N. Y.
B'd of Ed'n in its free evening courses. Author: Alex-
ander Hamilton, The Colonial. National and State Flags
(in preparation). Has travelled through the greater
part of Europe. Democrat. Mem. Southern Soc. of N. Y.
City. Georgia Soc. in N. Y. City, Confederate Veteran
Camp of N. Y. Club: Piedmont Driving of Atlanta
(hon. men.). Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Colonel, general staff U. S. A.; b. West Point, N. Y.,
June 24, 1859; s. John Trout and Sarah Bradley
(French) Greble; entered U. S. Mil. Acad., 1877; grad.
1881; m. Narragansett Pier, R. I 1885, Gertrude Po-
land. Assigned as 2d lieut. to 2d Art'y, 1881; 1st lieut.
2d Art'y, May 2, 1887; cap't 2d Art'y, March 2, 1899;
major Art'y Corps, Oct. 7, 1904; lieut-col. Field Art'y,
Aug. 12, 1907; col., March 11, 1911; in vol. service, cap't
and ass't adj. -gen., May 12, 1898; major and ass't adj.-
gen., Sept. 5, 1899; on duty as aide-de-camp to general
comd'g Dep't Platte, Div. of Pacific, and Div. of Atlan-
tic, 1S86-1S89; honor grad. Art'y Sch., 1892; on duty
Sandy Hook Proving Ground, 1893; regimental adj. 2d
Art'y, 1S93-1897; adj. -gen. Second Div., 7th Army Corps,
from its org"n until after its arrival in Cuba, Dec,
189S; appt'd ass't adj. -gen. on staff Brig.-Gen. William
Ludlow, mil. gov. Dep't of Havana, Dec. 18, 1898; 'was
in charge of receiving barrack, forts and other public
buildings from Spanish troops, and of the police of the
City of Havana until its evacuation by Spanish troops,
Jan. 1, 1S99; in charge of distribution of rations and
relief of destitute, Dep't of Havana, until June, 1899;
appt'd adj. -gen. Dep't Matanzas and Santa Clara, on
staff Maj.-Gen. James H. Wilson Sept. 19, 1899; appt'd
sup't, Dep't of Charities and Corrections. Island of
Cuba; on staff Maj.-Gen. Leonard Wood, mil. gov., Feb.
15. 1900; duty at West Point, N. Y. as senior instr.
in artillery at U. S. Mil. Acad., June, 1901, to 1904; ass't
inspector-gen. Atlantic Div., July, 1904; on detached
duty Oct. IS, 1906, as advisor to Sec. of Interior, Gov't
of Cuba, from 1906 to end of Provisional Gov't in Cuba.
Feb., 1909. Appt'd to gen. staff, Aug. 31, 1910; appt'd
mem. B'd of Ordnance and Fortifications, Dec, 1910.
Address: Office Chief of Staff, Washington, D. C.


Certified public accountant; b. Minneapolis, Minn.,
March 23, 1882; s. Otto E. and May (Dudley) Greeley;
ed. Univ. of Maine Law Sch., 1900-1902; N. Y. Univ. Law
Sch., LL.B., 1903; Harvard Univ. Law Sch., 1903-1905;
LL.M.. Univ. of Maine, 1905; m. N. Y. City, Aug. 29,
1908. Helen K. Hoy. Admitted to N. Y. bar, 1903; prac-
tised law two years; connected with Haskins & Sells,

certified public accountants, 1906-1908; lecturer on ac-
counting; N. Y. Univ. Sch. of Commerce, Accounts and
Finance. 1908-1911; dean of faculty Accounting Pace
Inst, of Accountancy since 1913. Engaged in general
practise of public accountancy since 1908. Co-author
Accounting Systems; contb'r to Journal of Accountancy
and other periodicals. Mem. N. Y. State Soc. of Certi-
fied Public Accountants, Am. Ass'n of Public Account-
ants, Efficiency Soc, Am. Economic Ass'n, founder and
charter mem. Gamma Eta Gamma legal fraternity
Recreation: Walking. Club: Harvard (N. Y. City).
Residence: 526 W. 122d St. Address: 2 Rector St., N Y


Lawyer; b. Nashua, N. H, Nov. 1, 1859; s. Edward
Hanford, D:D., and Louise M. (Ware) Greeley; grad.
Dartmouth Coll. A.B., 1881; Columbian Univ. Law Sch.,
Wash., D. C, LL.B., 1887, LL.M., 1888; m. 1st, N Y.
City, Apr. 15, 1891, Sara N. Burleigh (died 1910)- 2nd,
Andover, Mass., Sept. 7, 19)12, Mary J. Caird; children:
Briard N., b. 1896, Bradford W., b. 1898, Katherine B,
b. 1899. Mem. firm Redding, Greeley & Goodlett. Re-
publican; Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n State
of N. Y., Ass'n Bar, City of N. Y., N. Y. Countv
Lawyers Ass'n, New Hampshire Soc, Mem B'd of
Ed n, New Rochelle, 1903-1913 (pres. 1911-1913)-
chm'n Rep. City Com., New Rochelle, 1907-1911 1912-
1913; warden Trinity Ch., New Rochelle. 1913. Clubs:
Republican, Engineers, Dartmouth, Wykagyl Country,
Camp Fire of America. Residence: 216 Drake Av
New Rochelle, N. Y. Address: 38 Park Row, N. Y.


Pres. Nat. Biscuit Co.; b. Boston, Jan. 14, 1843- s.
John H. and Jane (Ryan) Green; grad. Boston Latin
Sch., 1859, Harvard Coll., 1863; m. Chicago, July 3,
ill?' i?!l he o ) Valsh - Prin. Groton High Sch., Mass.,
1863-1864; 2nd ass't librarian, 1864-1867; librarian,
Mercantile Library Ass'n, 1867-1869; in law office
Evants, Sotrthmeyd & Choate, 1869-1873, when ad-
mitted to bar; att'y for village of Hyde Park, Chi-
cago, 1882-1884; later att'y for South Park comm'rs.
Mem. firm Goudy & Green, 1884-1893; later Green,
WUlits & Ronlbins, and Green, Peters & Babst One
of organizers Nat. Biscuit Co., and mem. Exec' Com
later chm'n B'd of Dirs., until 1905; pres. since 1905.
Delegate-at-large to Nat. Democratic Conv. 1892
Democrat. Address: 409 W. 15th St., N. Y. City.


Author; b. Brooklyn, Nov. 11, 1846; d. James Wilson
and Katharine Ann (Whitney) Green; grad. Ripley
Female Coll., B.A.; m. Brooklyn, Nov. 25. 1884
Charles Rohlfs; children: Rosamond, b. 1885, Sterling,'
b. 1887, Roland, b. 1892. Her first book was The
Leavenworth Case, brought out in 1887; since then
has published 20 other novels and 2 vols, of poems;
has traveled extensively in Europe; initiated Ralph
Waldo Emerson into the coll. soc. of which she was
then pres. Presby'n. Mem. B'd Buffalo Horace. Hosp
Recreation: Floriculture. Address: 156 Park St.. Buf-
falo, N. Y.


Merchant, exporter; b. Tenafly, N. J., Aug. 10, 1869-
s. Ashbel and Louisa B. (Walker) Green; ed. Berkeley
Sch., N. Y. City; grad. Yale Univ., A.B., 1891; m. Mt.
Kisco, N. Y., June 5, 1902, Agnes W. Layng; children:
Ashbel, Jr., b. Nov. 12, 1903; James Layng, b. Dec. 17
1905; Stockton, b. Mar. 16, 1907; Agnes, b. Sept. 7, 1910
Pres. and dir. River Plate Trading Co.; dir. 111. Zinc
Co. Independent in politics. Mem. Sons of Revolution,
Delta Kappa Epsilon. Clubs: University, Yale (N Y
City); Graduates (New Haven). Residence: Mt. Kisco,'
Westchester Co., N. Y. Address: 68 Broad St. N. Y


Railroad pres.; b. London, Eng., Aug. 22, 1868; s
Edward H. and Hetty Howland (Robinson) Green-
grad. Fordham Coll., 18S8. Served as clerk in office of
the Conn. River R. R.; became a dir. of the Baltimore
and Ohio Southwestern R'y, and other r'y corp'ns, and
since 1893 pres. of Texas Midland R. R. In which has
a controlling interest. Dir. of numerous banks;
elected a dir. of Sealboard National Bank of N. Y.
City, Julv, 1910. Prominent in the Republican partv
of Texas: chm'n Rep. State Com. for three terms and
has been delegate to Nat. Convs. Comm'r and dir.
La. Purchase Exp'n in 1904. Pres. of the well-known
Tarpon Club of Texas and other Texas org'ns. Ad-
dress: Terrell, Texas and N. Y. City.


Artist; b. Chicago, April 16, 1859; s. Russell and
Caroline Green; ed. Chicago public schools; student
at Acadgmie Julien, under Boulanger, Lefebvre, Collin



and Courtois, Paris. Asso. Nat. Acad. Design. Mem.
Am. Water Color Soc. Clubs: N. Y. Water color, Sal-
magundi. Address: Salmagundi Club, 14 W. 12th St.,
N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. North Chemung, N. Y.,
March 12, 1865; s. Daniel B. and Sarah (Breckhorn)
Green; ed. in dis. school in country, Starkey Sem.,

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