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Clubs: University, Union League, N. Y. Yacht, Sea-
wanhaka Corinthian Yacht, Racquet & Tennis. Tuxedo,
Automobile of America, Country, Piping Rock, Sleepy
Hollow Country, Aero. Residence: 258 Madison Av.
Address: 2 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Dean X*. Y. State Coll. of Forestry, Syracuse Univ.;
b. St. Croix Falls, Wis.. Jan. 20, 1878; s. Maj. J. Stan-
nard and Alice (Potter) Baker; attended Macalester
Coll., St. Paul, 1S94-1895; grad. Mich. Agr'l Coll., B.S.,
1901; Yale, M.F., 1904; Univ. of Munich (D. of Eco-
nomics), 1910: m. Dec. 27, 1904, Fleta Paddock, of
Three Oaks, Mich.; children: Carolyn, b. 1906; Stephen
Paddock, b. 1908; Clarence Potter, b. 1910. For ten
years forest ass't U. S. Forest Service, examining pub-
lic lands and making forest studies in Neb., Wyoming,
Central Idaho, Wash., Oregon, X. Mex., Iowa. Prof, of
Forestry, Iowa State Coll., 1904-1907; Pa. State Coll.,
1907-1912; dean and prof, silviculture X. Y. State Coll.
of Forestry, Syracuse Univ., since 1912. Traveled' and
studied in France, Germany and Austria, 1909-1910.
Mem. State B'd of Geographic Names of N. Y. State
since 1913. Presby'n. Fellow A.A.A.S.. Royal Geog.
Soc. ; mem. Am. Geog. Soc, Geog. Soc. of Phila., Soc.
Am. Foresters, Am. Forestry Ass'n, Am. Breeders'
Ass'n, Am. Civic Ass'n, Deutsehen Dendrologischen
Gesellschaft, Deutsehen Forstverein, Geographischen
Gesellschaft in Miinchen, Soc. of Colonial Wars. S.A.R.,
Phi Delta Theta and Sigma Xi fraternities. Masonic
Lodge. Residence: Salt Springs Road. Address: N. Y.
State Coll. of Forestry, Syracuse, X. Y.


Architect; b. Elizabeth, N. J., 1S64; s. Henry M. and
Susan V. (Barnes) Baker; grad. Lafayette Coll., 1SS4;
unmarried. Architect for Chamber of Commerce, Han-
over Bank and other buildings in X. Y. City and else-
where. Mem. Am. Inst. Architects, Architectural
League, Chamber of Commerce, Lafayette Alumni.
Clubs: Century. University. Residence: 8 W. 57th St.
Address: 156 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.

Physician, surgeon; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 25, 1851;
d. James and Eliza Jane (Harned) Van Holland; ed.
Brooklyn Public Sch. No. 19, N. Y. Med. Coll. and
Hosp. for Women (M.D.) ; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., June 20,
1877, Mills P. Baker. Jr. (died 1879). Engaged in
practice of medicine since 1882; now chief of staff,
Memorial Hosp. for Women and Children, Brooklyn,
N. Y. Mem. Kings Co. Homoe. Med. Soc, N. Y. State
Homoe. Soc, Am. Inst, of Homoeopathy, Alumni Ass'n
of N. Y. Med. Coll. and Hosp. for Women. Mem. X'at.
Woman Suffrage Ass'n, Brooklyn League. Trustee

Memorial Dispensary for Women and Children. Mem.
of B'd of MgTs 01 Memorial Hosp. for Women and
Children. Has made four pleasure trips to Euro].,
visited Mexico, besides s era] trips across the conti-
nent to California, Yellowstone Park, etc. Universal-
is: ' Mill. - : Kr'ooklyn Woman's. Chiropean. Address:
612 Bedford Av., Brooklyn, X. Y.


Engineer, author, editor; b. Enosburg, Vt., Jan. 2(1,
1S64; s. Benjamin Nelson and Sarah Maretta (Wright)
Baker; grad. Univ. of Vt., Ph.B., 1886, C.E., 1899; m.
Aug. 22, 1889. Ella Sophia Babbit (a college class-
mate); ^children: Theta Helen, b. 1890; Frederick
Wood, b. 1894; Elizabeth, b. 1896; Ruth, b. 1903; Doro-
thea, b. 1907. With Bridge and Building Dep't, Union
Pacific R. R., 1SS6-1SS7; on editorial staff since 18S7,
editor since 1907, Engineering News; consulting engi-
neer in municipal and sanitary matters; dir. Hill Pub-
lishing Co., N. Y. City. Editor: Manual of American
Water-Works; The Municipal Year Book. Author of
books, papers and numerous encyclopedia articles on
eng'ring and economic subjects. Has made specialty
of sewage purification, and garbage and refuse dis-
posal; investigated those subjects in Great Britain in
1904, and wrote British Sewage Works, and Notes on
British Refuse Destructors. Mem. since 1894, pres.
since 1904, B'd of Health, Montclair, N. J. Congrega-
tionalist. Mem. Am. Economic Ass'n, Am. Public
Health Ass'n. Am. Water-Works Ass'n, New England
Water-Works Ass'n, Nat. Municipal League, N. J. San-
itary Ass'n, Phi Delta Theta. Recreations: Garden-
ing, farming, forestry. Residence: 53 Oakwood Av.,
Upper Montclair, N. J. Address: 505 Pearl St., N. Y.


Writer, editor; b. Lansing, Mich., April 17, 1870; s.
Joseph Stannard and Alice (Potter) Baker; ed. Mich.
Agr'l Coll., B.S., 1889; Univ. of Mich, (partial literary
and law course); m. Lansing, Mich., Jan. 2, 1896,
Jessie I., d. Dr. W. J. Beal; children: Alice Beal. b.
1S97; James Stannard. b. 1S99; Roger D., b. 1902;
Rachel Moore, b. 1906. Formerly asso. editor Mc-
Clure's Magazine; now asso. editor The American
Magazine; dir. Philips Publishing Co. Author:
Boys' Book of Inventions (1S99); Our New Prosperity,
1900; Seen in Germany, 1901; Second Boys' Book of
Inventions, 1903; Following the Color Line, 1908; The
Spiritual Unrest, 1909; also numerous series of mag-
azine articles and stories. Clubs: City and Players.
Address: Care Am. Magazine, 3S1 Fourth Av., N. Y.


Public official; b. Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, Eng-
land, 1862; ed. public schs.; m. Oct., 1887, Gertrude A.
Zoller. Long active as Single-tax advocate; sec. Al-
bany Single Tax Club, 1SS8; pres. Brooklyn Single
Tax Club, 1S90; sec. Brooklyn Ballot Reform League;
sec. N. Y. Tax Reform Ass'n, 4 years, and Brooklyn
Revenue Reform 6 years, conducting campaign
for home rule in taxation; sec. Nat. Com. Single Tax
League of U. S. 6 years; organizer and chm'n Exec.
Com. Citizens' Union, Brooklyn, 1893; candidate for
Assembly, 1S94; spoke for Bryan and Sewall; in charge
nominating petitions for Henry George for Mayor,
1S97; stumped N. Y. State for Bryan and Stevenson,
1900; organized and was sec. Citizens' Union, Brook-
lyn, 1901; also Radical Democracy of Brooklyn, 1902;
elected to Congress, 1902, serving in 58th Congress
(its only Single Tax Democrat) 1903-1905; Sec. Dep't
Docks and Ferries, N. Y. City, 1906; Dem. candidate
for Congress 1906, but defeated. Address: 6S William
St., N. Y. City.


Coal merchant; b. London, England, Jan. 31, 1867;
s. Robert Breckenridge and Annette Louise (Matlack)
Baker; ed. William Penn's Charter Sch., Philadelphia,
and Swarthmore Coll., Swarthmore, Pa. Unmarried.
Began business with Robert Hare Powel & Co., of
Phila., with which served from office clerk to v.-p. of
Sterling Coal Co.. which office still holds. Pres. Stine-
man Coal & Coke Co., Bakerton Land & Improvement
Co., Bakerton Water Co., Bakerton Supply Co., El Mora
Coal Mining Co., sec. and treas. Powelton Barge Co.,
dir. Am. Manganese Bronze Co. Served as chief aide-
de-camp to Gov. Daniel H. Hastings (lieut. -col.) of Pa.
Republican: Universalist. Recreations: Riding, Motor-
ing, golf and tennis. Clubs: Army and Navy, Ardsley,
Union League, Riverside Yacht, Indian Harbor Yacht,
Greenwich Country (v.-p.). Residence: (Summer)
Greenwich. Conn., (Winter) 62 W. 8Sth St. Address:
Care Sterling Coal Co., 29 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Nov. 15,
1873; d. O. D. M. and Jennie Harwood (Brown) Baker:



M.D., Women's Med. Coll., N. Y". Infirmary, 1898. In-
terne N. E. Hosp., Boston, 1898-1899; med. insp. Dep't
of Health, N. Y. City, since 1901; ass't to Comm'r o
Health, 1907-1908; chief of Div. of Child Hygiene of
Dep't of Health since 1909. Engaged in regular prac-
tice of medicine and surgery. Mem. N. Y. Acad. Medi-
cine, N. V. County and State Med. Soc, Am. Med. A
Nat. Ass'n for Prevention of Tuberculosis, Am. Ass'n
for Study and Prevention of Infant Mortality. Am. Sch.
Hygiene Ass'n, D. A. <R. Club: Cosmopolitan. Address:
33 W. 9Gth St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Marcy, N. Y., Sept. 23, 1830; e. Augustus
and Fanny (Olin) Baker; ed. Whitestown Sem.; Univ.
of Mich. Med. Dep't), M.D., 1871; A.M., Columbia Univ.,
1884; m. Lowell, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1872, Alice W. V
Engaged in practice of medicine from 1871; in Utica.
N. Y. since 1886; neurologist and psychiatrist; lecturer
on The Causes of 111 Health, Colgate Univ., 1884 and
1892. Mem Am. Neurol. Ass'n, Am. Med. Ass'n, A.A.A.b.,
N Y. State Med. Soc, Utica Med. Library Ass'n. In-
dependent in politics. Unitarian. Recreations: Private
library, music. Club: Port Schuyler. Address: 2Jt>
Rutger St., Utica, N. Y.


Banker; b. Poughkeepsle, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1859; mar-
ried. Pres. and dir. Bank of the Manhattan Co., Bank
of the Metropolis; dir. Astor- Trust Co., Bank of Long
Island, Bankers Trust Co., Barker Chem. Co., N. Y.
Clearing House Bld'g Co., Port Inglis Terminal Co.;
trustee Bowery Savings Bank; trustee Columbia Univ.,
St. Luke's Hosp.; dir. N. Y. City Mission Soc; sec. and
treas. United Charities. Clubs: Union, Union League,
N Y Yacht. Residence: 8 E. 75th St. Address: 40 Wall
St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. New Paris, O., Dec. 31, 1859; s. Thomas
and Margaret Baker; grad. Lebanon Univ., Ohio, A.B.,
1886 (Ph.D., 1896): Ph.D., N. Y. Univ., 1896; m. Knox-
ville, Tenn., 18S7, Carlotta Washburn. Sup't of
schools, Durango, Col., 18S8-1894; prin. Yonkers High
Sch 1895-1901; prin. Public Sch. No. 128, Brooklyn,
N Y., from 1901; now prin. P. S. 44, Brooklyn. Ex-pres.
Westchester County Teachers' Ass'n, Society Docto-s
of Pedagogy, N. Y. Edn'l Council; pres. Brooklyn
Teachers' Ass'n, 1908; pres. N. Y. Schoolmasters Club,
1912-1913. Royal Arch Mason, past comd'r Knights
Templar, Shriner, mem. Ohio Soc. of N. Y. Recreations:
Rowing, bowling. Clubs: University (Brooklyn).
Schoolmasters (pres.), asso. .mem. G.A.R. Address:
437 Hancock St.. Brooklyn, N. Y.

Broker; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 19, 18G2; prep, ed'n at St.
Mark's Sch., Southboro, Mass.; grad. Harvard, 18S6;
was interested in athletics at Harvard, making many
college and world records in running, some of which
he still holds. Mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Hasty
Pudding and A. D. clubs of Harvard Univ.; m. Jan. 1,
1900, Jeanne J. Held, of N. Y. City. Member of the firm
Bond and Goodwin, bankers and brokers. Residence:
54 W. 12th St. Address: 111 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Phvsician; b. Bloomingburgh, N. Y. Dec. 22, 1858;
s. James I. (M.D.) and Mary A. (Mills) Baker; ed.
Brooklyn Public Sch. 26; Cornell Univ., B.S., 1880; Coll.
Phys. and Surg. (Columbia), M.D., 1SS5; m. N. Y. City,
April 19, 1890, Mary E. Blamire. Engaged in gen.
practice of medicine since 1885. Health officer, town of
Islip, Suffolk Co., N. Y., continuously since 1S90. In-
dependent Republican. Presby'n. Mem. Suffolk Co.
Med. Soc, N. Y. State Med. Soc, Associated Physicians
of L. I. Address: Islip, L. I., N. Y.

Engineer; b. Springfield, Mass., Oct. 18, 1S56; s.
Henry Martvn and Susan Virginia (Barnes) Baker;
grad. Dafayette Coll., C.E., 1877; m. Holyoke, Mass.,
Feb. 20, 1884, Harriet Este'.le Griffin; children: William
Edgar, b. 1S85; Phoebe, b. 1886; Eugenia, b. 1893; Char-
lotte Sanford, b. 1895; Alan, b. 1S89. Engaged in gen.
eng'ring practice since 1877; on reconnaissance Can-
adian Pacific R'y. 1881-1882; chief eng'r Internat.-
Great Northern R'y, 18S4-1S88; gen. mg'r and chief
eng'r Columbia Intramural R.R., 1893-1894 (first use of
third rail); gen. mg'r and chief eng'r Met. West Side
Elevated R.R., Chicago, 1894-1899; gen. sup't Manhat-
tan Elevated R'v, N. Y. City, 1899-1902; now senior
mem. W. E. Baker & Co., consulting eng'rs. "
dent in politics. Presbv'n. Mem. Am. Soc. C .
Am. Soc. Meeh. Eng'rs, Am. Inst. Elec En I

lu .um Natural History. Trustee Lafayette Coll.
Recreation: Country life. Club: Engineers. Resi-
dence: Norfolk. Conn. Address: 105 W. 40th St. N. Y.


City official; former police comm'r; appt'd civil serv-
ice comm'r Feb. 1, 1905, to succeed Bird S. Coler. who
resigned. For a numebr of years private sec. to Mr.
Coler, being associated with him in that capacity dur-
ing Mr. Coler's term as comptroller; appt'd police
comm'r 1910; resigned Oct. 20, 1910. Democrat; has for
some years been active in politics. Address: 450
Greene Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Banker; b Providence, R. L, 1860; s. Joseph P. and
Laura T. (Field) Balch; ed. private schs., Providence;
m. I'rovidence, 1885; one son; Joseph, Jr., b. 1S90. Con-
nected with Providence Inst'n for Savings, 27 years;
nat. bank examiner, 1904-1913. V.-p. Brooks Audit Co.
Served in City Council, Providence, since 1900; pres.
Common Council, 4 years; now Alderman. Republican;
Unitarian. Mem. S. A. R. (pres. 1912). Comm'r of
Providence City Hosp. Clubs: Hope, West Side. Resi-
dence: 270 Benefit St. Address: 914 Turke Head Bld'g,
Providence, R. I., and 60 Wall St., N. Y. City.

Physician; b. Bethel, Conn., Sept. 8. 1864; s. Elijah C.
and Frances M. (Hutchinson) Baldwin; ed. New Haven
High Sch., Yale Med. Sch., 1890; m. Cheshire, Conn.,
June 1, 1895, Mary C. Ives: one son, Henry Ives, b.
1897. Especially active in study of tuberculosis.
Presbv'n. Mem. County, State and Nat. Med. Ass'ns.
Pres. B'd of Trustees Reception Hosp. and Gen. Hosp.
of Saranac Lake. Ass't dir. Saranac Laboratory. Ad-
dress: Saranac Lake, N. Y.

Editor; b. Cleveland, Ohio, March 10, 1S57; s. Elbert
Irving and Jeannette (Sterling) Bajdwin; grad. Will-
iams Coll., A.B., 1884; A.M., 18S7; also a student at
Univ. of Berlin; m. Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 23, 1892,
Mary d U. S. Senator William D. and Elizabeth
(Muzzy) Washburn. Editor on staff of the Inclependent
(N. Y. City), 1890-1892; N. Y. Mail and Express, 1892-
1893; The Outlook since 1893. Clubs: University, City,
Century, Arts, Metropolitan (Washington), Country
(Lakewood, N. J.). Residence: Lakewood, X. J., and
Livermore, Me. Address: 287 4th Av., N. Y. City.

Arctic explorer; b. Springfield, Mo., July 22, 1862;
s. Lieut. -Col. Elias Briggs Baldwin, Sth Mo. Cav., U.
S V.' lived on parents' farm in Iowa, 1S>65-1888; on
Kansas farm, 1869-1880; grad. Northwestern Coll., Nap-
erville, 111. Taught dist school; traveled in Europe
on bicycle 1885-1886; principal of high school and
sup't city schools in Kansas 1887-1S91; observer U. S.
Weather Bureau, 1892-1900; inspector at large, U. S.
Weather Bureau. Meteorologist Peary's N. Greenland
Expedition, 1893-1894; went to Andree Balloon Station.
Spitzbergen, hoping to join Andree, 1897, but arrived
a few days too late; meteorologist and second in com-
mand, Wellman Polar Expedition to Franz-Josef
Land, 1898-1899; built and named Fort McKinley, dis-
covered and explored Graham Land, 1S99; organized,
1901, and commanded Baldwin-Ziegler Polar Expedi-
tion, establishing four depots of supplies from south
to north coast of Franz-Josef Land, as basis for pro-
posed dash to the North Pole, and three safety sta-
tions on northeast coast of Greenland for use on re-
turn march. Author: Search for the North Pole;
contributor to Government publications of Meteorol.
Reports of the North Greenland Expedition. Meteorol.
Reports and Auroral Observations in Franz-Josef
Land and other meteorol. papers. Lecturer. Mem.
Nat. Geog. Soc, N. Y. Geneal. and Biog. Soc, L. I.
Hist. Soc Mason, 32. Knight Templar; mem. Mystic
Shrine. Club: N. Y. Yacht. Address: 37 W. 44th St.,
N. Y. City.

Manufacturer, lawyer; b. Otego. X. Y., Aug. 30,
1856; s John J. and Sally M. (Beardslee) Baldwin;
ed common school and academy, Oneonta. N. Y.; m.
Elmira. N. Y., May 7, 1SS2, Anna E. Grandin: chil-
dren: Lena Grandin, b. 1883; Ethel, b. 1S89. Prac-
tised law at Elmira, N. Y., with brother, 20 years, in
firm of Baldwin & Baldwin; since July, 1902, in charge
of Thatcher Mf'g Co. (of which is now pres.) and
actively engaged in manufacturing. Prohibitionist
Chm'n "State Com. of Prohibition Party N. Y. State,
1889-1S93; mem. Prohibition Exec Com. since 1S86;
candidate for governor, 1S94. Pres. Nat. Total Ab-
stinence League. Methodist. Clubs: Nat. Arts (N. Y.
City). Century (Elmira, N. Y.1, Potsdam (Potsdam.
M. Y.). Residence: 670 Euclid Av. Address 108 State
-:t.. Elmira. N. Y.

Phvsician; b. Canterbury, Conn., Nov. 14, 1863; d.
Elijah (M.D.) and Sarah Harris (Mathewson) Bald-



win; ed. Thayer Acad., Bralntree, .Mass.; Wellesley
Coll., LB., 18 8; Mich. Univ. Med. Coll., 1889-1890;
Woman's Med. Coll., N. Y. Infirmary, M.D., 1892;
sp'l courses Johns Hopkins Med. Coll.. Baltimore,
L893-1894. Resident physician, Philadelphia City
Hosp., 1894-1895; attending physician, N. Y. Infirmary
Cor Women and Children. Mem. Acad, of Medicine,
Amer. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. County Med. Soc; pres.
Women's Med Ass'n, N. Y. City, 1907. Address: 39
E. 31st St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Clinton, la., Nov. 7, 1S62; s. Simeon and
Mary (Marven) Baldwin; ed. Yale Univ.. A.U., Colum-
bia Univ., LL.B.; Berlin and Heidelberg Univs.; m.
Sept. 4, 1890, Jessie Pinney; children: Dorothea, b.
1891; Marian, b. 1892; Sherman, b. 1S97; Eleanor, b.
1904. Has practised law in N. Y. City from gradu-
ation; ass't corp'n counsel N. Y. City, 1895-1898; now
mem. firm Lord, Day & Lord, lawyers. Pres. and dir
Queens County "Water Co.; dir. Standard Roller Bear-
ing Co. Democrat. Chm'n B'd of Trustees, People's
Inst. Fusion candidate for Justice Supreme Court,
1911. Recreation: Yachting. Clubs: Century, Uni-
versity, Down Town, MacDowell, Reform. Residence:
133 E. 65th St. Address: 49 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Author, educator; b. Hamilton Co., Ind., Dec. 15,
1S41; s. Isaac and Sarah (Clayton) Baldwin; ed. at
home and in dist. schs; hon. Ph.D., De Pauw Univ.,
1S85; m. 1S64, Mary S. Taylor. Taught in dist. schs.,
Hamilton Co., Ind., 1865-1868; sup't graded schs. in
four Indiana cities, 1S69-1SS7; entered edn'l dep't
Harper & Brothers, N. Y. City, 1887; ass't editor of
Harpers' periodicals, 1S90-1S93; since 1S93 of editorial
dep't Am. Book Co. Author: Story of Siegfried; Story
of Roland; Book Lover; Story of the Golden Age;
Horse Fair; Guide to Systematic Readings in the
Encyclopaedia Britannica; Old Greek Stories; Fairy
Stories and Fables: Fifty Famous Stories; Old Stor-
ies of the East; Four Great Americans; Barnes' Ele-
mentary History of the United States; Discovery of
the Old Northwest; Conquest of the Old Northwest;
Harper's Readers (5 vols.); Baldwin's Readers (8
vols.); Industrial Primary Arithmetic; Six Centuries
of English Poetry; Book of Elegies; Wonder Book of
Horses: Abraham Lincoln a True Life; Hero Tales
Told in School; The Golden Fleece; An American
Book of Golden Deeds: Stories of the King; The
Sampo, etc.; edited or assisted in making of half of
sch. readers used in U. S.: over 20,000.000 copies of
his work have been sold. Address: 100 Washington
Sq N, Y. City.


Educator, author; b. Columbia. S. C, Jan. 12, 1861;
s. Cyrus Hull and Lydia Eunice (Ford) Baldwin;
grad. Princeton Univ., A.B., 1SS4, A.M., Ph.D., 1887;
honorary D.Sc, Oxford Univ., 1899, and Geneva, Swit-
zerland, 1909, LL.D., Glasgow Univ. and Univ. of S.
C; m. Princeton, N. J., Nov. 22, 1887, Helen Haves
Green; children: Helen G b. 1889; Elizabeth F.,' b.
1891. Prof, philosophy and psychology, Lake Forest
Univ., 1SS7-1SS9; Toronto Univ., 1899-1893; Princeton
Univ., 1S93-1903: Johns Hopkins Univ., 1903-190S; Nat
Univ. of Mexico since 1908; lecturer for Foi et Vie,
1911, and for Comite France-Amerique, Paris. 1913;
lecturer during summer sessions, various vears in
Univs. of Chicago and Calif. Founder and editor
Psychological Review, 1S93-190S. Republican. Pres.
Internat. Psychol. Congress. 1909-1913; mem. British
and Italian Sociol. Socs., Dutch and Belgian Peda-
gogical Socs., Internat. Inst, of Sociology (v.-p. 1909)
Am. Philos. Soc, Am. Psychol. Ass'n (pres. 1906),
Gold Medalist Royal Acad, of Denmark: mem. Aris-
totelian Soc. of London and Inst, of France. Recre-
ations: Golf, horseback riding, duck shooting. Clubs:
Chevy Chase (Wash.. D. C), Am. Univs., Roval Socs
(London). France-Anu'rique (Paris). Address: Care
Harris. Forties & Co., 56 William St., N. Y. City.


Retired lawyer: b. N. Y. City; s. Jared Grover and
Susan (Theall) Baldwin: ed. private schs. in N. Y.
City; grad. Columbia Coll., A.B.. A.M., LL.B from
Columbia Law Sch.: m. Maud. d. George L. Whitman:
one son: Alfred Whitman.. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of
N. Y., Sons of Revolution. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Clubs:
Metropolitan, Union League, Columbia University.
Address: 145 W. 58th St.. N. Y. City.


Merchant; b. N. Y. City. April 23, 1871; s. Joseph
Clark and Emma Jane (Mood) Baldwin; ed. St. Paul's
Sch.. Concord, N. H.. followed by three years' study
in Europe; m. Mamaroneck. N. Y., April 15, 1896,

Fanny Taylor; children: Joseph O, 3d, Fannj

iia Bradley, Alexander Taylor, Phyllis, Priscilla,
Peti i. Jane, Dan. V.-p., treas. and dir. Am. Dye-
wood Co.; pres. and dir. Compagnie Hatienne, and of
the Gen. Colors Co.; dir. N. v. Tanning Extract Co.,
Argentine Quebracho Co.; v.-p., treas. and dir. United
Dyewood Co., dir. Washington Trust Co., Texas Pa-
cific Coal Co., N. Y. Paraguay Co. Republican; Epis-
copalian. Served four years in Squadron A. N. Y.
City. Comm'r X. Y. State B'd of Charities, 9th Ju-
dicial Dist. Recreation: Farming. Clubs; Down Town
Ass'n, Brook, Union League (N Y. City), Union (Bos-
ton), Sleepy Hollow Country, Republican. Residence:
Mt. Kisco. Westchester Co., N. Y. Address: 80 Maiden
Lane, N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Rutland, Vt., . Oct. 31, 1864; s. Warner
H. aVid Mary Olive (Hatch) Baldwin; ed. schs. of Rut-
land, Vt.; m. N. Y. City, Oct. 10, 1889. Ettie Lucile
Field; one d., Ettie Lucile. Pres. and dir. Empire
Trust Co.; dir Ann Arbor R. R. Co., Denver & Salt
Lake R. R. Co., Garden City Estates, Union Ferry
Co. of N. Y. and Brooklyn. Wis. Central R'y Co.; dir.
Monmouth County Horse Show Ass'n. Clubs: Metro-
politan, Turf and Field. Riding, Midday, Rumson
Country, Sleepy Hollow Country. Recess. Residence:
8 E. 70th St. Address: 42 Broadway. N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 26, 1S73; s. Simeon and
Mary S. (Marvin) Baldwin: grad. Yale Univ., A.B.,
1895; LL.B., 1S97; N Y. Univ., M.L., 1900; m. Wood-
stock, Vt., Aug. 23, 1904, Mary Catherine Vail; one d,
Catherine Vail, b. Aug. 27, 1906. Mem. law firm Bald-
win & Hutchins. Dir. Union Typewriter Co., Com-
mercial Newspaper Co., Richard Hudnut, Standard
Mortgage Co. Ex-mem. Squadron A, N.G.N.Y. Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.. Psi Upsilon fraternity. Clubs:
University, Greenwich Country, Yale. Lawyers. Resi-
dence: Greenwich, Conn. Address: 27 Pine St., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. China, May 21, 1864; s Rev. Stephen
L. and Esther E. (Jerman) Baldwia; ed. Boston Latin
Sch., Centenary Collegiate Inst., Hackettstown, N. J.,
and private tutor; m. N. Y. City. Sept. 22, 1892, Edith
H. Finch; children: Faith, b. 1894; Esther, b. 1901.
Studied law in office of David D. Field, now engaged
as trial counsel in courts. Mason, Elk. Clubs: Re-
publican. City, Brooklyn, Crescent, Nassau Country,
Shelter Island Yacht, Manhattan Manor Country. Ad-
dress: 190 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Pres. Otis Elevator Co.; b. Auburn, N. Y., Sept. 5,
1S56; s. Lovewell H. Baldwin; ed. public schs., Au-
burn, N. Y.; m. N. Y. City. 1881, Helen R. Sullivan;
children: Martin S. (Yale, 1905), Delavan M., Louise,
Runyon, Roland. At age of 15 entered employ of D.
M. Osborne & Co., Auburn, N. Y.; had charge of Eu-
ropean branch of their business, 1S7S-1SS3; 'became
stockholder and treas. Otis Bros. & Co.; organized,
1898, Otis Elevator Co., of which is now pres. Dir.
Lincoln Trust Co., Home Ins Co. Mem. Chamber of
Commerce, N. Y. Geog. Soc. Clubs: Union League,
Lawyers, Engineers, Racquet and Tennis. Nat. Arts.
Adirondack League. Residence: 175 W. 5Sth St., N.
Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Baltimore. Md June 23, 1S62: s. Sum-
merfield and Frances (Cugle) Baldwin: grad. Phillips
Exeter Acad., ISS2: Harvard Univ., A.B., 1886; Mary-
land Univ. (Law Sch.), LL.B., 18SS ; m. Berlin, Ger-
many, 1895; Kafflierine Willard; one s., Summerfield.
3d., b. 1897. Engaged in practise of law since 1SS8;
mem. firm Baldwin & Baldwin. Visited Europe in
1895. Was 3d ass't sec. of State >of U. S. (2d ad-
ministration of Grover Cleveland) ; pres. Marvland
Soc. of N. Y.. 1901-1904. Democrat. Mem. Ass'n

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