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1895; chm'n Physical Training Lecture Com., La. Pur-
chase Exp'n, St. Louis; fellow N. Y. Acad. Medicine;



Fellow, A. A. A. S. ; pres. Playground Ass'n of
America; sec. Public Schools Athletic League of N.
Y. City, 1903-1908; pres. Public Sch. Physical Train-
ing Soc. ; lecturer on sch. hygiene, personal hygi.ene,
physical training and play, N. Y. Univ.; mem.
Olympic Games Com., Athens, 1906, London, 190S; U.
S. delegate 2d Internat. Congress on Sch. Hygiene,
London, 1907; received from Y. M. C. A. Training Sch.,
Springfield, Mass., degree of M. P. E. (Master of
Physical El'n), 1907; consultant, Hosp. for Deformi-
ties and Joint Diseases. Mem. permanent Com. In-
ternat. Congress of Sch. Hygiene; mem. Exec. Com.
Am. Sch. Hygiene Ass'n. Author (books): The Ef-
ficient Life; Physical Ed'n by Muscular Exercise;
Physical Measurements and How They are Used:
Mind and Work. Joint author, with Leonard P. Ayres,
of Med. Inspection of Schs. Editor <of the Gulick
Hygiene Series and wrliter of articles on The value
of Percentile Grades; The Psychological, Sociological'
and Ethical Aspects of Play, etc. Address: 11 W. 8Sih
St., N. Y. City.


Artist, poster designer; b. Taunton, Somersetshire,
England. Oct. 11. 1863; ed. Tettenhall (Staff ordshirei
Coll. and Calderon's Art Acad., London. At 17 painted
portrait of Lord Beaconsfield for his sec, Lord
Rowton, who gave 'it to Queen Victoria; became a
designer of posters for London theatres; came to
U. S. and was illustrator for the N. Y. World and
afterward for Truth. Now illustrating, calendar de-
signing, and painting, decoration and otherwise. Ad-
dress: 27 E. 124th St., N. Y. City.


[Production engineer and certified public accountant;
b. Spningfield, O., Sept. 3, 1867; s. Rev. James Winn
and Mary Catherine (Johnson) Gunn; grad. public
high schools, Springfield, O., 1885, and studied mathe-
matics, languages and sciences under private tutors;
m. 1st, Akron, O., June 1, 1892, Elizabeth Jane Scott;
2d, Akron, O., June 9, 1901, Mabel Barclay Scott;
children: Catherine, b. 1S93; Elisabeth, b. 1894; Eli-
nor, b. 1908. Was with Library Bureau of Boston;
developed the commercial uses of cards and in-
vented the tab-card system. Lecturer on Industrial
Organization, Harvard; defined the field of produc-
tion or industrial eng'ring, and gave the name to, and
was the first to 'Practise in that profession. In 1901
organized firm of Gunn, Richards & Co., production
engineers and public accountants, of whlich is pres.-
During 1S95 lived in Europe, studying organization
and manufacturing on the continent. Fellow Am.
Ass'n Public Accountants. Republican; Episcopalian.
Mem. Church of the Epiphany, N. Y. Oity. Mem. New
England Historical-Genealogical Soc, Nat. Geog. Soc,
Medford (Mass.) Hist. Soc. Recreations: Riding,
tennis. Clubs: Lotos, Engineers, Church, City Midday
(N. Y. City); Colonial (Cambridge). Country seat:
Braemore, Litchfield, Conn. Address: 41 Wall St., N.
Y. City.


vPres. St. Lawrence Univ.; b. Hollowell, Me.; s. Rev.
Nathaniel G. and Ann Louise Gunnison; ed. Dalhousie
Coll., Halifax. N. S., Green Mountain Inst., Woodstock,
Vt., Tufts Coll., and St. Lawrence Univ., A.B., 1868;
LL.D., Tufts Coll. and Union Coal.; m. Canton, N. Y.,
1868, Ella I. Everest; children: Frederick E. (pres.
Home Trust Co., Brooklyn, N. Y.), Luella. Ordained
to Universalis! mlinistry, 1868; pastor All Souls' Uni-
versalist Ch., Brooklyn, 1868-18S8, 'of First Universalist
Ch Worcester, Mass., 1888-1898; pres. St. Lawrence
Univ., Canton, N. Y., since 1899. Has travelled ex-
tensively in all parts of Asia and Europe. Editorial
writer on Ohristian Leader; lecturer. Author: Ram-
bles Overland, 1886- Waystide and Fireside Rambles,
1890. Mem. Zeta OPsi fraternity. Address: Canton,
N. Y.


Lawyer, barker; b. Canton, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y.,
Mav 28, 1869; s. Almon and Ella (Everest) Gunnison;
grad. Columbia Call, N. Y. City, A.B., N. Y. Univ.,
LL.B., A.M.; m. Nov. 28, 1899, Rose Iantha Fancher;
children: Almon (deceased); Elsa, b. Jan. 15, 1904.
Pres. Homo Trust Co., N. Y.; mem. law firm, Harris
Corwin, Gunnison & Meyers; Dir. Brooklyn & Queens
Co. and Suburban R. R.; City of N. Y. Ins. Co., East
Brooklyn Savings Bank; Chm'n N. Y. State Comm'n
of Gas and Electricity; former pres. Union League
Club (Brooklyn). Republican; Universalist. Clubs:
Union League, Brooklyn, Municipal, Hamilton, Marine
and Field. Residence: 79 Argyle Road, Brooklyn, N. Y.
N. Y.

Journalist; b. Halifax, N. S., June 28, 1S5S; s. Rev.
Nathaniel and Ann Louise (Foster) Gunnison; grad.
St. Lawrence Uriiv., class of 1SS0; m. Brooklyn, 1886,

Alice May (died 1903); children; Raymond, b. 1887,
Florence, b. 1893, Foster, b. 1897. Reporter on Brook-
lyn Times, 1880-1882, Brooklyn Eagle, 1882, then
three years Albany correspondent; editor Eagle Al-
manac, and then business mg'r and dir. (past 10
years) of Brooklyn Eagle. Traveled extensively in
U. S. and abroad. Was one of the founders of Am.
Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n and held position of sec.
and of treas.; v. -p. N. Y. City Publishers' Ass'n. Au-
thor: Two Americans in a Motor Car; Out on Long
Island; Realm of Light and Air; Flatbush of To-
day. Dir. and business mg'r Brooklyn Daily Eagle;
sec. and treas. Eagle Warehouse and Storage Co.;
trustee Nassau Trust Co., trustee Williamsburg Sav-
ings Bank. Universalist (trustee All Souls' Church).
Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Beta Theta Pi fraternity.
Trustee Brooklyn Bureau of Charities. Clubs: Brook-
lyn, Hanover, Hamilton, Municipal, Unliversalist. Res-
idence: 1123 Albemarle Road. Address: Eagle Bld'g,
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Educator; b. Abington, Mass., May 2, 1852; s. Na-
thaniel and Ann L. (Foster) Gunnison; grad. St. Law-
rence Univ., A.B. 1875, A.M. 1878, Ph.D. 1891; m. Dexter,
Me., Jan. 18, 1876, Blanche Eaton; children: Stanley E.,
b. 1877; Alice, b. 1878; Almon Gage, b. 1881; Adelaide,
b. 1887; Portia, b. 1890. Prof. Latin language and lit-
erature, St. Lawrence Univ., 1875-1885; prln. Grammar
Sch. 19 N. Y. Citv, 1885-1895; asso. sup't schools N. Y.
City, 1896; prin. Erasmus Hall High Sch. since 1896.
Dir. Bank of Flatbush. Republican, Universalist. Trus-
tee St. Lawrence Univ.; sec. and treas. Brooklyn Law
Sch. Clubs: Hanover, University (pres.). Municipal
(Brooklyn). Address: 77 Wilson St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Oil producer; b. Freiburg, Baden, Germany; s. Albert
and Jeanette (Bloc) Gunsburg; ed. Freiburg schs., later
Gymnasium Sch.; m. Buffalo, N. Y., Bertha E. Hosteller.
Mem. firm Gunsburg & Forman; v. -p. Nowata Nat.
Bank of Okla. Republican. Recreation: Golf. Clubs:
Country (Buffalo), Wanakeh, Ellicott, Acacia, Automo-
bile. Residence: 152 Lincoln Parkway. Address: 620
Fidelity Trust Co., Bank Bld'g, Buffalo, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Riga, Russia, 1842; s. Ivan A. T. and Juli-
ana A. (von Schuttenbach) Gurlitz; ed. by tutors and
at common high schs. at Riga, Russia; Cincinnati, O.,
and Louisville, Ky. ; grad. Columbia Coll. Law Sch..
LL.B., 1870; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1877, Amelia, d. Dillon
S. Landon, M D., and Elizabeth (Harper) Landon; chil-
dren: Helen Harper, Landon, Amy Landon, Christina,
Marguerita, ElizaJbeth Harper Landon. Engaged in
practise of law, N. Y. City and throughout U. S., espe-
cially as counsel in copyright, patent and trademark
causes, since 1870. Aided in organizing a co. of Home
Guard (being the Union side) at Louisville, Ky., when
Fort Sumter was threatened; when company was mus-
tered into the 2d Kentucky Cav. Vols., became color
serg't of reg't, 1861; 2d lieu t., Nov., 1862 ; 1st lieut., May
1, 1864; discharged in Nov., 1864; served in Army of the
Cumberland with Sherman to Fall of Atlanta, then go-
ing to Gen. Thomas at Nashville. Independent in poli-
tics. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. Law Inst.,
Alumni Ass'n Law Sch. of Columbia Univ., Dwight
Alumni Ass'n, Mil. Order Loyal Legion, George Wash-
ington Post, G. A. R. Recreations: Whist, fishing.
Clubs: Army and Navy, Columbia Univ., Whist. Resi-
dence: 109 Clark St., Brooklvn. Address: 80 Broadway.
N. Y. City.

Born Chicago; m. Bell Barnev; children: W. S., Jr.
Bell B., Mrs. H. H. Thorndike. Mrs. F. L. V. Hoppin.
Formerly mem. of W. S. Gurnee, Jr., & Co., bankers
and brokers, now sp'l mem. B Y. Frost & Co.; dir.
Shelby Iron Co. Clubs: Union, Yacht, Downtown, Mid-
day, Piping Rock. South Side Sportsman's. Address: 38
E. 39th St., N. Y. City.


Author; b. Middletown, Conn., March 9, 1841; d. Duane
and Cynthia Sexton (Turner) Barnes; ed. by private
tutors and at St. Thomas's Hall Female Sem., Flushing.
L. I. ; Wilbraham Acad., Mass. Started writing at age
of 14 for Home Journal, and has since contb'd to lead-
ing magazines both in U. S. and Europe. Was frequent
contb'r of poems and leading illustrations for Harper's
Magazine over 20 years. Author: The Voice of Christ-
mas Past (a tribute in prose and verse dedicated to
Dickens, the first Christmas after his death), and The
Bard of Abbotsford (a tribute in prose and verse dedi-
cated to Sir Walter Scott during Scott Centennial Cele-
bration); founded, 1SS4, and edited for a time The Na-
tional Philanthropist. London. Represented the Pall
Mall Gazette in U. S., 1886; nat. delegate to and speaker
before 1st Internat. Congress of Women, Wash., 188S.
Author: Can the- Old Love? (novel); Meg A Pastoral.



and other poems; joint author with husband: The
Foundation of Death; A Study of the Drink Question.
Revised and edited Zophiel, or the Bride of Seven, with
biographical sketch of its author, Maria Gowen Brooks;
biography of Genevieve Ward. Address: R. F. D. 4,
Huntington. L. I.. X. Y.


Civil eng'r; b. Putnam (now part of Zanesville), O.,
July 25, 1849; s. Solomon Sturges and Ann Jane (Sher

wnrvrl^ Giithi-io* ml nnVilir. onrl nriuafp ei^hs Rnffnll

since 189 i. Republican; jrTesby n. Mem. Am. boc. (Jivi
Eng's. Club: Saturn. Residence: 562 West Ferry St
Buffalo, X. Y. Address: 436 Ellicott Sq., Buffalo, N. Y.


Diplomat, lawyer; b. Pittsburgh, Pa., Sept. 5, 1S48; s.

n.Vin Ttrnnr\r\r\ an/1 Cflthorino SfpvPnfiftll (MlirrnV^ Gllth-



Educator; b. Dundee. Scotland, July 22, 1871; s. Dr.
William Eugene and Frances Sylva (d'Ardsmont) Guth-
rie; early ed'n was obtained at Florence, Lausanne,
Frankfurt, Wiesbaden, Brussels, Edinburgh; St. Ste-
phen's Coll.. Annandale, N. Y., A. M. Univ. of South
Sewanee, Tenn. ; A.M., 1891; Ph.D., Tulane. New Orleans,
1S94; A.M., Harvard, 1S95; studied under William James;
M.D., Medico-Chirurg. Coll., Phila. (3 gold medals),
1903. Travelled in Europe, including Spain, Greece,
190S. Ass't Ch. of Incarnation, Phila., 1894-1906; ass't
pastor Bbenezer, German Presby'n Ch., Brooklyn. Prof,
in extension. Uiv. of the South Sewanee, Tenn. Author
of poems published in Cosmopolitan, Van Xorden's Mag-
azine: article on Hugo's Dieu, in (Boston) Arena; On

'Familiar Phrases in the Gathas, in Quest, London.
Author: Communion with God (a devotional book);
Plotinos: Life. Times and Philosophy; The Message of
Philo Judaeus: Numenius of Apamea (was accepted by
world-famous B. G. Teubner & Co. of Leipzig) ; Once
More Must the Modern Language Methods Be Revised;
Spiritual Message of Literature (a manual of compara-
tive literature. 2d edition). Mem. Am. Hist. Soc, Soc.
Biblical Literature and Exegesis: 32" Mason and
Shriner. Club: Barnard. Address: 182 Monroe St.,

I Brooklyn, N. Y.


Jurist; b. X Y. City, Jan. 6, 1856; s. Pierre A. Guy
(b. Montreal Can.) and Sarah (Beaumont) Guy (b.
Litchfield Co., Conn.); grad. Public School 35 (Hun-
ter's Sch.) and entered Coll. City of N. Y.; attended
Columbia Law Sch.; m. Boston, Mass.. tMay 16, 1888,
.Eliza M. Bowen; children: Ruth Aline, Laura Eliza-
beth, Mary Bowen. Admitted to bar, 1881, and actively
practised for 20 years; former mem. law firm of
Lexow, MacKellar, Guy & Wells; law ass't to sur-
rogate, 1892-1S93; State Senator, 1894-1898; prominent
mem Senate Com. on Judiciary and Codes; author of
School Teachers' Pension Bill, and bills establishing
many pu'blic improvements in N. Y. City, such as
Cathedral Parkway, Riverside Drive Extension,
Botanical and Zoological Gardens, etc.; school comm'r
1002-1903; ass't corporation counsel City of X. Y.,
1904-1906; elected Nov. 6, 1906. justice Supreme Court
for 1st Dep't, for term expiring Dec. 31, 1920. Be-
fore election to the bench was active in political
affairs, showing marked independence; stampeded
Saratoga Conv. in favor of David B. Hill for gov.,
1895; nominated Henry George for U. S. senator
against Hill, 1897: supported Seth Low for mayor,
1897; Edward M. Shepard, 1901, and George B. ,1c-
Clellan, 1903. Democrat. Med. Soc. Med. Jurispru-
dence, Alliance Francaise. Clubs: Manhattan, Na-
tional Democratic, Economic. St. Andrew's Golf.
Residence: 335 Convent Av., X. Y. City. Address:
51 Chambers St., N. Y. City. ,


Clergyman; b. Phila., Pa., May 5, 1S54; s. John C.
and Anna M. (Schur) Haas; ed P. E. Acad.,
Phila., Pa.; grad. University of Pa. (first honor),
A.B., 1876, A. M., 1879, Lutheran Theol. Sem., Phila.,
Pa., 1880; Muhlenberg Coll., Allentown, Pa., D.D.,
1901; m. 1st, 1882, Anna S. Hansen; m. 2d., QVIay, 1906,
Clara M. Holthusen, of N. Y. City; one son, George C.
O., b. 1883. Pastor St. Mark's Lutheran Ch., N. Y. City,
since 1880; pres. N. Y. Ministerium, 1893-1896, 1809-
1902, 1908-1911; was mem. N. Y. Micros. Soc; trustee
Lutheran Theol. Sem., Philadelphia, Lutheran Emi-
grant House; mem. Phi. Beta Kappa, Recreations:
Music, photography, microscopy. Address: 254 W.
136th St., N. Y City.

Educator, musician; b. N. Y March 28, 1883; s.
Rev. George C. F. and Anna S. (Hansen) Haas; grad.
Columbia Univ., A.B., 1902; A.M., 1903; Ph.D.. 1909;
fellow in Indo-lranian languages, Columbia Univ.,
1905-1906. Tutor Coll. of City of N. Y., 1904-1911;
instr. in German since 1911. Author: An Avestan
Fragment on the Resurrection (in Spiegel memorial
volume), Bombay, 1908; The Dasarupa, a Treatise on
Hindu Dramaturgy by Dhanamjaya (translated from
the Sanskrit), N. Y., 1912. Since 1907 Am. Collabo-
rator on annual Orientalische Bibliographie (Berlin).
Organist and choirmaster, St. Mark's Lutheran Ch.,
1906-1908. Mem. Am. Oriental Soc. since 1903 (Re-
cording sec. since 1911); mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc.
Recreations: Music, astrology, literature. Address:
254 W. 136th St., N. Y. City.

Merchant, to. Germany, Dec, 1840; m. Harriet Fat-
man; children: Edith, George, Robert. Dir. Mutual
Alliance Trust Co.; New Idria Quicksilver Co., Haas
Bros.. American Beet Sugar Co.; V.-p. Somerset Mf g
Co.; Raritan Woolen Mills. Pres. Mt. Sinai Training
Sch. for Nurses. Residence (country): Fernbrook
Farm, Westchester Co.; (city): 7 E. 69th St. Address:
27 William St., N. Y. City.

Lawyer; b. Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1880; s. Joseph L.
Haberstro (formerly city treas. of Buffalo and sheriff
of Erie County; died 1902), and Barbara de Scheu-
antecedents mainly French, who in the 16th century\
were in sympathy "with Huguenotism; ed. in publie-'
school, Buffalo Central High School, Univ. of Buffalo,
LL.D.; unmarried. Practised law five years, 1902-
1907. Field sec. of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew,
1907-1911, travelling in U. S. lecturing and organizing;
now engaged in law and promotion. Former mem. 74th
Reg't, N. G. N. Y., mem. Regimental Rifle Team four
years. Has written several articles for magazines,
particularly St. Andrew's Cross and The Living
Church, also essays for various occasions; frequent
lecturer on various subjects. Democrat; Episcopalian.
Mason, 32", and member Mystic Shrine; honorary
mem. Theta Phi fraternity. Clubs: Lawyers, Ellicott
(Buffalo). Residence: 965 Lafayette Av. Address:
1094 Ellicott Sq.. Buffalo, N. Y.

Actor-manager- b. Ontario, 1869; s. James Henry
Hackett. the celebrated Falstaff and half-brother to
John Keteltas Hackett, recorder of City of N. Y. for
19 years; grad. Coll. of City of N. Y., 1891; studied
law for a brief period in X. Y. Law Sch.; m. Mary
Mannering. Made debut on professional stage in
Palmer's Stock Co.. in Philadelphia, 1892; afterward
became leading man in N. Y. Lyceum, 1895, being
youngest leading man in stage history of N. Y. City;
made notable successes in The Prisoner of Zenda,



Rupert of Hentzau, The Pride of Jennieo; in 1901, be-
came own manager, producing successively Don
Caesar, Return, The Chance Ambassador, The Crisis,
John Ermine of The Yellowstone, The Crown Prince,
and The Walls of Jennieo; now controls The Secret
of Polichinelle, with William H. Thompson. Manager
Hackett's Theatre, N. Y. City. Clubs: Players, Alpha
Delta Phi, Strollers, Lambs, N. Y. Athletic. Address:
146 W. 64th St., N. Y. City.


Railway manager; b. Middletown, Conn., May 16,
1852; s. William G. and Anna (Garr) Hackstaff; ed.
St. Paul's Sch., Concord, N. H.; m. Greenfield, Mass.,
1879, Cornelia Tilden Allen; one daugnter. V.-p. and
dir. Mississippi Valley Corp'n; dir. Chicago, St. Louis
and N. O. R. R. Co., Yazoo & Mississippi Valley R.
R. Co., Canton, Aberdeen & Nashville R. R. Co.; mem.
St. Nicholas Soc, Soe. of War of 1812. Clubs: N. Y.
Yacht, Union. Address: Astor Apartments, 235 W.
75th St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. N. Y. City, 1840; s. Crowell and Fanny
((Ludlow) Hadden; ed. Brooklyn Polytechnic Inst.;
m. Brooklyn, May 29, 1866, Elizabeth Stevens. Pres.
Brooklyn Savings Bank; v.-p. and trustee Brooklyn
Savings Bank, Franklin Safe Deposit Co.; trustee
Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hosp., Franklin Trust Co ,
Children's Aid Soc; dir. Brooklvn Citv R R. Co.,
Nassau Nat. Bank. Realty Ass'n. Address: 164
Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Advertising agent, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1873; s.
Crowell and Elizabeth (Stevens) Hadden; ed. Colum-
bia Univ. Sch. of Mines (architecture), Ph.B., 1895;
m. Brooklyn, Nov. 18, 1896, A. [Lillian Callender; chil-
dren: Howard Douglas, b. 1899; Agnes Lillian, b.
1902. Interested in architectural eng'ring, N. Y. City,
1895-1910; since May 1, 1910, associated with Henry
King Hannah, Advertising Agency. Presby'n. Mem.
Sons of Revolution, Columbia Coll. Alumni Ass'n,
Columbia Coll. Architectural Ass'n, (Hill Sch. Alumni
Ass'n, and Poly. Alumni Ass'n; sec. and dir. Brooklyn
Hosp.; sec. and mem. of council, Boy Scouts of Amer-
ica.; gov. Brooklyn Y. M. C. A. Recreations: Golf,
tennis, hunting, fishing. Olu'bs: Remibrandt (sec),
Hamilton, Heights Casino (gov.), Eastern Trades
Golf Ass'n, Camp Fire of America, Blooming Grove
Hunting and Fishing (pres. and dir.). Residence:
248 Henry St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Address: 277 Broad-
fay, N. Y. City.


President Yale Univ.; b. New Haven, Conn. Apr.
23, 1856; s. James and Anne Loring (Twining) Had-
ley; grad. Yale Univ., A.B., 1876; m. June 30, 1891,
Helen Harrison Morris; children: Morris, b. 1894;
Hamilton, to. 1896; Laura Beaumont, to. 1899. Instr.
Yale, 1879-1886; prof. Polit. Science, 1886-1899; pres.
since 1899. Labor comm'r of Conn., 1885-1887; asso.
editor Railroad Gazette, 1887-1891. Dir. N Y., New
Haven & Hartford R. R. Co., First Nat. Bank of New
Haven. Mem. Internat. Statistical Inst.. Am. Acad,
of Arts and Letters, Am. Philo. Soc, Am. Economic
Ass'n, Am. Hist. Ass'n. Clubs: Century, University
(N.Y.), Quinnipiack, Graduates (New Haven). Resi-
dence: 93 Whitney Av. Address: Yale Univ., New
laven, Conn.


Dir. and 1st v.-p. Plattstourg Chamber of Com-
merce; b. Westville, N. Y.; s. Albert Conroy and Sarah
Anne (Dunlop) Hadley; ed. Franklin Acad., Malone,
N. Y.; m. Pittsburgh, N. Y., June 19, 1901, Helen
Edith Haughran; children: Helen Mary, b. Jan. 8,
1903; John Haughran, b. Dec. 5, 1907. Originated and
is successfully carrying on plan as pres. for Internat.
Highway from Quebec, Can., to Miami, Fla., via Mon-
treal, Plattsburgh, Albany, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington, Richmond, Raleigh, Columbia, Augusta,
Savannah and Jacksonville. Deputy collector or sp'l
deputy collector of customs, Dist. of Champlain, Port
of Plattsburgh, N. Y., 1899-1912. Took active and im-
portant part as mem. Exec. Com. N. Y. State Barge
Canal, Terminal Com. in moulding and bringing
about adoption of plan for bld'g $19,S00,OOO worth of
barge canal terminals in N. Y. State. Mem. Atlantic
Deeper Waterways Ass'n, N. Y. State Waterways
Ass'n; mem. Exec. Com. N. Y. State Barge Canal Ter-
minal Com.; 1st v.-p. Northern N. Y. Development
League; mem. Exec. Com. Am. Com. for celebration of
100 years of Peace Among English Speaking People;
ass't sec. Comm'n for celebration of 100th anniver-
sary of Battle of Plattsburgh, last naval battle ever
fought between English-speaking nations. Progres-
sive; Episcopalian. Dir. Plattsburgh (N. Y.) Y. M.

C. A. Recreations: Automobiling. power-boating,
hunting, fishing, tennis. Club: Plattsburgh. Resi-
dence: 22 Macomb St. Address: 34 Margaret St.,
Plattsburgh, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Amherst, N. H., Feb. 9, 1863; s. John
and Saran Elizabeth (Carlton) Hadlock; ed. public
schools and Phillip Exeter Acad., 1883; grad. Dart-
mouth Coll., A.B. (valedictorian), 1887, A.M., 1890,
Harvard Univ. Law Sch., LL.B., cum laude, A.M., 1893;
m. Burlington, Vt., June 28, 1902, Marion Canfield;
children: Albert Emerson, Jr., b. 1903; Canfield, b.
1904; Marion, to. 1910. Taught in G. W. C. Noble's
Sch., Boston, Mass., 1887-1890; law clerk in office of
Evarts, Choate & Beamen; sec. to pres. Borough of
Richmond, 1898-1902; ass't corp'n counsel, City of
N. Y., 1902-1904; in gen. practice since 1904. Rep.
candidate for county judge of Richmond County, 1905.
Mem. Com. of 100 on judicial nominations in 2d dep't,
1906. Chief, Law and Adjustment Div. of Finance
Dep't, N. Y. City, since Feb. 14, 1910. Republican.
Mem. N. Y. City Bar Ass'n, Psi Upsilon, Phi Beta Kap-
pa and Phi Delta Phi fraternities, Casque and Gaunt-
let Soc; 2d v.-p. Staten Island Chamber of Commerce.
Address: 280 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Consul; b. St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 23, 1874; ed. Elmhurst
Coll., Elmhurst, III, and Washington Univ., St. Louis,
Mo. Instr. St. Charles Coll., St. Charles, Mo.; prin-
cipal public schs. at Hermann, Mo.; vice-dir. Inst. Ing-
les at Santiago, Chile, 1898-1903; employed by B'd of
Foreign Missions at N. Y. ; head of modern language
dep't McKinley High Sch., St. Louis, Mo., 1904-1907;
appt'd consul at Manzanillo, June 10, 1908, and Te-
gucigalpa, Jan. 11, 1910. Address: Am. Consulate,
Tegucigalpa, Honduras.


Civil and mining eng'r; b. in old Village of Melrose
(then in Westchester County, now part of Borough of
The Bronx), Nov. 6, 1854; of German-Irish parentage,
his father, Matthias Haffen, being a native of Bavaria,
and his mother of Limerick, Ireland; ed. public
schools, Fordham Col'.., Univ. of Niagara, then re-
turned to Fordham, graduating AJB., 1875, A.M., 1877,
Sch. of Mines Columbia Coll., C.E.,'E.M., 1879; m. 1886,
and has nine children. Practised civil engineering in
Colo., Ariz, and Calif., 1882-1883; returned to N. Y.
City and appt'd eng'r in Dep't of Parks, 1883, assigned
to 23d and 24th Wards, now Borough of Bronx, in con-
nection with surveying, laying out and opening of
new streets and thoroughfares, the Dep't of Parks
then having complete jurisdiction of all public im-
provements and care of streets in what was then
known as the Annexed Dist.; received several promo-
tions and became eng'r in charge and sup't of new
parks now within the Borough of Bronx until May 1,
1893. when he was appt'd comm'r street improvements
of 23d and 24th Wards, and in following Nov. elected
to same office, "which he held until the office was
abolished Dec. 31, 1897; elected Nov., 1897 (the first
election under the charter creating Greater N. Y.)
to office of pres. Borough of The Bronx; re-elected
1901, 1903, 1905; term expired Dec. 31, 1909. During
his incumbency the population of The Bronx increased
from 85.000 to 400,000 and the assessed valuation
from $58,612,26S to $450,803,429. Democrat. Member
Sch. of Science Alumni Ass'n of Columbia Univ.. Alum-
ni Ass'n of Fordham Univ., North Side B'd of Trade.

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