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Land Where Jesus Lived, 1903; Growing Toward God,
1904; Wedding Manual. 1904; The Teaching of Jesus
Concerning the Christian Life, 1906; Christ in the
Home, 1911; also booklets: The Psalm of Shepherdly
Love; Bits of Comfort; Practising the Presence of
God; Orange Blossoms; also many tracts issued by
Am. Tract Soc, and over 1,000 articles in Teligious
and secular magazines and journals; asso. editor The
Expositor, Cleveland, O. Address: 10 Livingston Park,
Rochester, N. Y.


Banker; b. Steubenville, O., Dec. 28, 1869; s. Charles
and Belle (Jewett) Hallowell; ed. abroad; m. New
Bedford, Mass., June 15, 1907. Marion R. Slocum; one
son: Thomas Jewett. Jr., b. 1908. Began banking ca-
reer as clerk in Second Nat. Bank of N. Y. City: clerk
to Am. Surety Co.; mg'r Fidelity Dep't of Lawyers
Surety Co.; mem. banking firm of Hallowell & Henry;
served as petty (naval) officer in Spanish-Am. War.
Treas. Associated Industrial Corporation, Montague
Realty Co. Republican. Mem. Am. Bankers' Ass'n.
Recreations: Riding, driving. Mem. Sons of Revolu-
tion, Soc. Colonial Wars, Mayflower Soc. Club: Play-
ers. Address: 52 Beaver St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 4, 1858; s. William
and Lavinia M. (Plows) Halls; ed. German Commer-
cial Inst., Brooklyn; m. Brooklyn, Oct. 14, 1879, Sarah
W. Whittaker. Dir. (formerly v.-p.) Hanover Nat.
Bank; rose from messenger in bank to that position;
was for a short period, 1880-18S2, with stock broker-
age firm of Prince & Whitely; acquired, with others.
Union Coll. holdings of real estate in Long Island
City, 1898, and organized N. Y. Land and Warehouse
Co.; reorganized Elyton Land Co., of Birmingham,
Ala., and established Birmingham Realty Co.: dir.
Irving Nat. Batik; chm'n and dir. The Summit (N. J.)
Trust Co.; v.-p. and mg'r Brooklyn M. E. Hosp. Re-
publican; Methodist. Mem. N. Y. Chamber of Com-
merce. Recreation: Travel: Clubs: Lawyers, Union
League, Canoe Brook, Highland (Summit, N. J.). Resi-
dence: 2 Beekman Road, Summit, N. J.


Banker; b. Brooklyn, N. T, Oct. 15, 1853; attended
Holbrooks Military Sch., Ossining, N. T. Cashier
Chemical Nat. Bank, N. T. City. Charter mem. Troop



A, N.G.N.T. ; resigned from Squadron A, with rank
of 1st lieut, 1896. Clubs: Army and Navy. Squadron
A, Montclair Athletic (Montclair, N. J.). Residence:
177 Union St., Montclair, N. J. Address: 270 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Jan. 13, 1869; s. Zachariah
J. and Hannah M. (Power) Halpin; ed. Manhattan
Coll.; grad. Columbia Coll.; Law Sen., A.M., LL.B.; m.
Wyoming, N. J., Nov. 16, 1898, Charlotte Goodschild;
children: Mary, b. 1903; Paul, b. 1905; Charlotte, b.
1907; John, b. 1908. Admitted to N. Y. State bar, 1895;
pres. and dir. Seneca Land Co.; sec. and dir. Auto-
matic Smoke Prevention Co., Automatic Vessel Dis-
charging and Conveyor Co.; dir. Small Hopes Mining
Co., Aztec Turquoise Co.; mem. advisory b'd Corn Ex-
change Bank (Washington Heights branch); dir.
White Plains Land and Improvement Co. Democrat;
Catholic. Mem. Manhattan Coll. and Columbia Coll.
Alumni Ass'n, Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, Marcy
Ass'n, Knights of Columbus. Recreations: All out-
door sports. Clubs: N. Y. Athletic, Wyoming Field,
Democrat. Address: 154 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Editor, author; b. Unadilla, N. Y., Oct 15, 1851; s.
Gaius Leonard and Juliet (Carrington) Halsey; ed.
Unadilla Acad, and Cornell Univ., 1873; m. Dec. 18,
1883, Virginia Isabel Forbes (died Jan. 13, 1899). On
editorial staff N. Y. Tribune, 1875-1880; N. Y. Times,
1880-1902; editor N. Y. Times Saturday Review from
first number, Oct. 15, 1896, until June, 1902; literary
adviser D. Appleton & Co., 1902-1905; since May, 1905,
literary adviser to Funk & Wagnalls Co. Delivered
anniversary addresses: Massacre of Wyoming, July
4, 1898; CoopeTstown Centennial, 1907; Sidney (N. Y.)
Church Centennial, 190S; St. Matthew's Ch.. Unadilla,
1909. Has lectured before N. Y. and N. J. Hist. Socs..
students of Columbia and Princeton, Chautauqua As-
sembly and other bodies. Author: Two Months
Abroad, 187S' (privately printed); The Old New York
Frontier, 1891 (Scribner's) ; Virginia Isabel Forbes
(memoir of his wife, privatelv printed, 1900); Our
Literary Deluge, 1902 (Doubleday); The Pioneers of
Unadilla Village, 1902. Editor: American Authors
and Their Homes, 1901 (Pott): Authors of Our Day in
Their Homes, 1902 (Pott); Women Authors of Our
Day in Their Homes, 1902 (Pott): Of the Making of
a Book, 1901 i Anpleton) ; Mrs. Rowson's Charlotte
Temple, new edition with extended introduction, 1905
(Funk & Wagnalls); Richard Smith's Tour of Four
Great Rivers, with an extended introduction, 1906
(Scribner); Great Epochs in American History, 10
vols. (Funk & Wagnalls), 1912; (with introduction
and bibliographies); Richard Pryde's What to Read
and How to Read (Funk & Wagnalls). Associate
editor: The World's Famous Orations, 10 vols., 1906
(Funk & Wagnalls); The Best of the World's Clas-
sics, 10 vol.. 1009 (Funk & Wagnalls). Episcopalian.
Trustee N. Y. State Hist. Ass'n, Am. Scenic and His-
toric Preservation Soc. Mem. Am. Hist. Ass'n, N. Y.
State Library Ass'n; Municipal Art Soc. Clubs:
Century, Authors, National Arts, Cornell Univ. (pres..
18S2). Residence: 146 W. 119th St. Address: 7 W.
43d St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Ithaca, N. Y.. March 28, 1857; s. Robert
and .Sarah (Stuart) Halsey; ed. in Europe; Phillips
Exeter Acad., Harvard, A.B., 1868; A.M., 1872; Co-
lumbia Coll. Law Sch.; LL.B., 1870; m. N. Y-, ApTll
24, 1872, E. Gertrude Keep (died Oct. 17, 1908). En-
gaged in practise of law In N. Y. Cltv since 1870. Was
paymaster-gen. State of N. Y., on staff of Gov. Ros-
well P. Flower. Mem. St. Nicholas Soc, N. Y. Hist.
Soc. Clubs: Harvard, Union, University, Grolier, Man-
hattan, N. Y. Athletic, Racquet and Tennis, Automo-
bile of America (N. Y. City); Royal Societies (Lon-
don); Cercle de l'lsle de Puteaux, Paris; Automobile
Club de France. Residence: (summer) Egeria, Tux-
edo Park, N. Y.; (winter) 22 W. 53d St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept.- 23, 1864; s. John
R. and Frances A. (Dall) Halsey; ed. Brooklyn Col-
legiate and Poly. Inst.; grad. Yale Coll.. B.A., 1884;
attending Columbia Law Sch., 1884-1885. Engaged
in gen. practise in N. Y. City since 3S86; mem. Ass'n
Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: University, Yale. Resi-
dence: 141 Clinton Av Brooklyn, N. Y. Address: 141
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Insurance broker; 1). Astoria, L. I., May 3, 1868; s.
John J. and Harriet E. (Bolles) Halsey; ed. Lyons
Collegiate Inst., N. Y. City; grad. Sch. of Collegiate
Reformed Dutch Ch., the oldest sch. in America,
founded in 1633; m. Providence, R. I.. March 11, 1891.

Sarah Scott Simmons. Began business of ins. brok-
erage in Sept.. 1884; connected with Knickerbocker
Ins. Co., 1885-1888; re-entered ins. brokerage, asso-
ciated with John R. Townsend, until 1891; has been
in business under his own name since 1902; pres. and
dir. Park Av. Realty Co.; dir. Boston-Duenweg Min-
ing Co. Republican; Episcopalian. Recreations: All
outdoor sports. Club: Columbia Yacht. Address: P.
O. Box 1677, N. Y. City.


Consul; b. Cincinnati. Ohio, Sept. 19, 1867; s. Murat
and Mary (Banks) Haistead; grad. Princeton Univ.,
A.B., 1889; m. Aline Wilcox; children: Albert, b. Oct.
28, 1887; Aline, b. Aug. 24, 1899; Margaret Adams, b.
Sept. 11, 1902. Consul of U. S. to Birmingham, Eng-
land. Col. and a.d.c. on staff of Gov. William Mc-
Kinley, 1891-1895. Recreations: Motoring, tennis,
Clubs: Chevy Chase (Washington, D. C), Union. Uni-
versity Graduates (Birmingham, Bng.). Addresses:
2208 Massachusetts Av., Washington, D. C, and Am.
Consulate, Birmingham, Eng.


Banker; m. Ossipee, N. H., Mrs. Frances Adams
Clark. Mem. firm of Halsted & Harrison, bankers
and brokers, N. Y. Stock Exchange; mem. Soc, of
Colonial Wars. Clubs: Union, Metropolitan, Knoll-
wood. Residence: 618 Fifth Av. Address: 71 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Distowel, Ont., 1865; s. James A. and
Jane A. (Hacking) Halsted; ed. Toronto Univ. (par-
tial arts); grad. med. dep't, M.D., 1887; m. 1st, N. Y.
City, 1889, Lola B. Bridgford (died 1894); 2d, Syra-
cuse, 1896, Charlotte C. Palmer; children: Edith G., b.
1890; Kathleen, b. 1893; Frances, b. 1899; Ruth, b.
1901; James A., b. 1904. Mem. Coll. Physicians and
Surgeons, Ontario, 1887; studied In Europe, 1889-1890;
practised as specialist, laryngology and otology, since
1891 at Syracuse, N. Y. ; prof, laryngology and otol-
ogy, Syracuse Univ.; laTyngologist and otologist, St.
Joseph's Hosp., the Women's and Children's Hosp.
and Dispensary. Republican; Unitarian. Fellow of
the Am. Laryngol. Ass'n, Am. Otol. Soc, Am. Laryn-
gol., Rhinol. and Otol. Soc; mem. Am. and N. Y. State
Med. Socs. and Syracuse Acad, of Medicine; mem.
Central City Lodge, F. and A. M. Recreations: Golf,
automobiling. Clubs: Citizens. Onondaga Golf and
Country. Sedgwick. Residence: 157 De Witt St. Ad-
dress: 831 University Block, Syracuse, N. Y.


Dir. div. of Remedial Loans, Russell Sage Founda-
tion; b. Livermore Falls, Me., July 2, 1882; s. Joseph
Gardiner and Mary Emma (Chandler) Ham; ed. pub-
lic schs. ; grad. Bowdoin Coll., A.B. (Magna cum
laude), 1908; Brown Extemporaneous Composition
Prize. 1908; Phi Beta Kappa; fellow Bureau of So-
cial Research, N Y. Sch. of Philanthropy, Columbia
Univ., 1908-1909; m. Norfolk, N. Y., May 31, 1910.
Alice Gertrude Christopher; one s. : Joseph Gardiner,
b. April 3, 1912. Engaged since 1909 as dep't dir. of
the Russell Sage Foundation in promoting a nat.
movement for elimination of usurious money lenders
by securing the enactment and enforcement of sat-
isfactory laws, and organization of competitive loan
socs. of a semi-philanthropic nature. Sec. Chattel
Loan Soc of N. Y. Author: Chattel Loan Business.
1909, and miscellaneous pamphlets and articles on
remedial loan movement. Mem. Exec. Com. Nat. Fed-
eration of Remedial Loan Ass'ns, Am. Economic Ass'n,
Acad. Polit. Science, Columbia Univ.; pres. Alumni
Ass'n of N. Y. Sch. of Philanthropy, 1912; Psi Upsilon
fraternity. Residence: 422 Homestead Av., Mount
Vernon, N. Y. Address: 128 E. 22d St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; grad. Columbia, 1875; m. Amelia M. Bron-
son, d. Theodore B. and Maria (Trumbull) Bronson
and granddaughter of Bishop Wainwright (she died
Nov. 9, 1907). Mem. Sons of the Revolution. Club:
N. Y. Athletic. Residence: Pine Hill, N. Y. Address:
309 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Brooklyn, Oct. 6, 1848; s. Philip Ham-
ilton (youngest son of Alexander Hamilton of Revo-
lutionary fame) and Rebecca (McLane) Hamilton;
grad. Med. Dep't Columbia Univ., M.D., 1S70; F.R.S.E.;
m. 2d, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., 1902, May C. Tomlinson:
one s.: I. M. Hamilton, b. 1876. Was pres. N. Y. Psy-
chiatrical Soc; prof, mental diseases, Cornell Univ.
Med. Coll.; specialist in mental and nervous diseases;
his opinion has been sought in the past 35 years in
determining the sanity of many noted criminals, not-
ably in the cases of Guiteau and Czolgosz, the as-
sassins of Garfield and McKinley; the Thaw and Eddy



cases, consulting neurologist to Manhattan State
Hosp. Democrat. Mem. N. Y. Psychiatrical Soc, Am.
Neurological Ass'n; fellow Royal Soc. of Edinburgh,
etc. Club: University. Address: 36 E. 40th St. N. Y.


Journalist, executive manager; b. Greenville, O., Dec.
25, 1865; s. John A. and Amanda (Reed) Hamilton; ed.
public schools; m. Indianapolis, Ind., Lola May Dick-
son. Learned printing trade, and arose from subordi-
nate position to editor and proprietor; newspaper
work largely as biog. and hist, writer; at 17 years
travelled and lectured on psychology; studied law and
stenography; was business agent for Gen. Lew Wal-
lace in circulation of his book, Ben Hur; asso. in busi-
ness with J. M. Munyon; v.-p. and gen. mg'r Munyon
Homoeopathic Home Remedy Co.; was sec. Republican
Co. Central Com. of Muncie, Ind. Pres. the Meier Auto
Addressing Machine Co.; dir. William Rnden Microbe
Killer Co. Republican; Methodist. Mem. Masonic
order. Recreations: Golf, vachting. Club: XHI. Ad-
dress: 11 Manhattan Av., N. Y. City.

Lawyer; b. Stratford, Can., Nov. 20, 1S63; s. James
and Elizabeth (Braddin) Hamilton; grad. Trinity Univ.,
Toronto, Can., and Cambridge Univ., Eng., both' with
honors, from the latter in 18S4; m. Philadelphia, 1896,
Augusta R. Stevenson. While in Cambridge Univ. was
classmate of Prince Albert Victor, eldest son of King
Edward VII. (then Prince of Wales). While in Eng-
land became, 1884, one of the founders of Toynbee
Hall university settlement in the Whitechapel dist. of
London; on returning to N. Y. City became the min-
ister for the city gov't in the Dep't of Public Charities,
serving 3 years; during cholera and typhus epidemic
of 1893 lived on Blackwell's Island through heated
months of July and August, administering to eick and
dying; same year the city gov't sent him to London
to gather information regarding the English methods
of conducting inst'ns of public charity; has lectured
in many of the large cities of the East on social
lines, ed'n of poor children, errors of city gov'ts, etc.,
and has written many articles on the beauties and ad-
vantages of Newport, R. I., where he has a residence.
Takes a deep interest in politics; for seven years Re-
publican leader of 7th Dist. in the 29th Assembly Dist.
of N. Y. City; well known as speaker in Y. M. 'C. A.
circles. Became mem. N. Y. bar 1901. Author: The
Family of Hamilton, 1898; Divorce Reforms, 1903.
Recreations: Athletics, golf, riding. Club: Knicker-
bocker Riding (pres. 10 years). Residence: 61 E. 55th
St., N. Y. City; summer: Hawthorne Villa, Newport,
R. I. Address: 61 E. 55th St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Unionville, Conn.. 1861; s. Charles Ed-
ward Hamilton and Adelia Anne Morgan; grad. Trinity
Coll., Hartford, A.B., 1882 (Latin prize, 1881); Gen.
Theol. Sem., 1887, S.T.B., 1889 (Greek prize, 1887; Tall-
man fellow, 1887-1888); D.D., 1912; m. 1898, Elizabeth
Renville Johnson; children: Emma J., George John-
son. Charles Kingsbury, Frederick J. Ordered deacon,
1887, by Bishop Potter; ordained priest, 1888, by
Bishop M. A. De W. Howe, in Episcopal ministry.
Rector St. Clement's. Brooklyn. N. Y., 1890-1892. Ass't
at St. Agnes' Chapel, Trinity Parish. N. Y. City, 1892-
1899. Rector St. Margaret's Ch., N. Y., since 1900.
Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Delta Kappa Epsilon fra-
ternity. Address: 251 W. 89th St., N. Y. City.


Oil producer, mem. Congress; b. Ripley, N. Y., Jan.
23, 1874; ed. Ripley High Sch., Fredonia Normal Sen.,
Pa. Mil. Coll.; m. April 6, 1904, Bertha Chess Lam-
berton, of Franklin, Pa. Engaged in business as oil
producer and farmer. Elected to N. Y. Assembly 1906,
re-elected 1907, 190S: State Senator 1908; elected to
63rd Congress from 43rd N. Y. Dist. Republican. Ad-
dress: Ripley, N. Y.


Author, lecturer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, 1881; s.
George Alexander and Susie Amelia (Corey) Hamilton;
grad. Poly. Inst, of Brooklyn, B.A., 1900; Columbia.
M.A.. 1901; m. May 24, 1913, Gladys Coates. Tutor in
English Columbia and Barnard Colls., 1901-1904; ex-
tension lecturer, Columbia, since 1903; lecturer classi-
cal Sch. for Girls since 1900, New York Dep't of Ed'n
since 1903, Gardner Sch. since 1904, Finch Sch. since
1906, Miss Spence's Sch. since 1908, Chautauqua Sum-
mer Assembly 1911. Dramatic critic and asso. editor
The Forum 1907-1909, dramatic critic The Bookman
since 1910, Everybody's Magazine since 1911, and
Vogue since 1912. Contb'r to Encyclopaedia Ameri-
cana, also to North American Review and many other
magazines. Mem. Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. Author
(books) Materials and Methods of Fiction, 1908 fBaker

& Taylor Co); The Theory of the Theatre, 1910 (Henry
Holt & Co..; (plays) The Love That Blinds (In col-
laboration with Grace Isabel Colbron), produced bv
Mary Shaw, 1906; also The Stranger at the Inn, The
Heart of Punchinelle and other plays. Editor of
Stevenson's Treasure Island in Longmans' English
Classics, 1910 (Longmans, Green & Co.). Mem. Nat.
Inst. Arts and Letters. Clubs: Players, Authors and
MacDowell. Address: The Players, 16 Gramercy Park,
N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Belfast, Ireland, Nov. 29, 1834; s. Rev.
Dr. William H. and Anna (Patterson) Hamilton; grad.
Hanover Coll., Ind., A.B., 1853; Princeton Theol. Sem.,
B.D., 1858; Wabash Coll., S.T.D., 1877; Monmouth Coll.,
D.D., 1877; m. Hudson, Wis., 1867, Eliza Hume; chil-
dren: Neena, Eleanor, Elizabeth, Edward, William,
Christie P. Pastor in Presby'n churches, 1858-1863;
chaplain 7th N. J. Vet. Inf. in Civil War, 1863-1865.
Prof, philosophy, successively in Hanover Coll., Ind.;
Princeton Univ., N. J.; Hamilton Coll., N. Y.; and the
State Univ., Washington, 1868-1900. On staff of Stand-
ard Dictionary as deflner and reviewer, 1891-1893.
Author of system of Metaphysical philosophy, which
he has named Perceptionalism. Author: A New Analy-
sis in Fundamental Morals, 1870; The Human Mind,
1883; The Pereeptionalist of Mental Science, 1S99; The
Modalist. a Logic, 1892; The Moral Law, or The The-
ory and Practise of Duty, 1902. Perceptionalismus and
Modelismus, eine Erkenntnistheorie, 1911; Erkennen
und Schliessen, eine theonetische Dogik, 1912; mem.
Presbvterv of N. Y. Address: Care Funk & Wagnalls
Co., 354 4th Av, N. Y. City.


Adj. -Gen. State of N. Y.; b. White Hall, 111., 1863; s.
Benjamin B. and Mary A. (Chandler) Hamilton; at-
tended Shurtleff Coll., Alton, 111.; Columbia Univ., N.
Y. City. Admitted to N. Y. City bar 1884, and to Su-
preme Court of U. S. 1887; enlisted in 23rd Reg"t,
Brooklyn. 1884, later sergeant regimental adjt. and
capt.; also ass't insp. small arms practice. In Span-
ish-Am. War as Major 201st N. Y. Vol. Inf. Mem. Nat.
Rifle Ass'n, U. S. Inf. Ass'n, Spanish War Veterans,
Mil. Order Foreign Wars, Soc. Colonial Wars, Soc.
Mayflower Descendants, Sons of Revolution, N. Y.
County Lawyers' Ass'n. Clubs: Manhattan, Demo-
cratic, Army and Navy (N. Y.), Fort Orange (Albany),
Army and Navy (Washington). Address: 258 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Real estate; b. Rochester, N. Y Feb. 11, 1873; s. G.
L. and Catherine A. (Semple) Hamilton; grad. Univ.
of Rochester, A.B., 1895; m. Rochester, Oct. 23, 1901,
Mae Elizabeth Ward; children: Ward Lindsay, b. 1904;
Robert Agnew, Jr., b. 1906. Mem. Common Council,
City of Rochester, 1910-1913; dir. Rochester Public
Health Ass'n, Rochester Trust & Safe Deposit Co.
Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Rochester Chamber of
Commerce, Masonic order, Delta Psi fraternity; trustee
Central Presby'n Ch. Clubs: Rochester Automobile,
Oak Hill Country, University. Address: 110 Powers
Bld'g, Rochester, N. Y.


Architect, prof, architecture; b. Bebek, near Con-
stantinople, Turkey, Sept., 1855; s. Cyrus (D.D., LLD.)
and Harriet Martha (Dovell) Hamlin; ed. Robert Coll.,
Constantinople (prep, course); Amherst, B.A., 1875,
M.A., 1885; Mass. Inst. Technology, 1876-1877; Ecole
des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 1S78-1881; L.H.D., St. John's
Coll., Annapolis, Md., 1912; m. Hartford, Conn., June
4, 1885, Minnie Florence Marston; children: Marston
Lovell, b. 1887; Talbot Faulkner, b. 1889; Clara Louise,
b. 1893; Genevieve. Karr, b. 1896. Since 1883 engaged
in teaching and practice of architecture, and conduct
of many important competitions for public buildings;
consulting expert to Brooklyn Public Library and
other bodies; mem. of Congress of Arts and Sciences,
St. Louis, 1904 (Section Architecture); Columbia Univ.
as special ass't, 18S3; ass't, 1887-1889; ass't prof., 1889-
1891; adjunct prof., 1891-1904, and since 1904 prof, his-
tory of architecture, and 1904-1912 head of Sch. of
Architecture. Author: A History of Architecture,
1896; European and Japanese Gardens (in collabora-
tion with others), 1902; Cyrus Hamlin, Missionary,
1903; also numerous articles in magazines and en-
cyclopedias, -technical and gen. Independent Repub-
lican; Congregationalist. Mem. N. Y. Chapter Am.
Inst. Architects, mem. Am. Inst. Architects, hon. mem.
Soc. Columbia Univ. Architects, Alpha Delta Phi (Am-
herst chapter). Club: Century. Address: 105 Morn-
ingside Av., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer, lawyer; b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Dec. 2,
1876; s. Frank H. and Elisabeth (Wright) Hamlin;



grad. Yale Univ., A.B., 1899; N. Y. Law Sen., LL.B.,
1901; m. Morristown, N. J., June 5, 1912, Cornelia E.
Thomas; one son, David, b. May 30, 1913. Tutor in
N. Y. Law Sen., 1901-1904; practised law, N. Y. City,
1901-1913; deputy att'y-gen., Albany, 1910; became
associated with Seth Thomas Clock Co., April, 1913, as
gen. counsel and dir. Republican. Mem. Ass'n Bar
City of N. Y. Recreations: Golf, tennis. Clubs: Yale
(N. Y.), Canoe Brook. Residence: 43 Franklin PI.,
Summit, N. J. Address: 15 Maiden Lane, N. Y. City.


Retired banker and broker, farmer; b. Shanghai
China, Sept. 25, 1870; s. Capt. Joseph and Jane (Hallet)
Hamlin; ed. Waltham Sen.; m. Milton Mass., 1907,
Rosamond Peabody; one son, Francis Peabody b 1908
Financial writer for Boston Transcript, 1890-1897;
mem. Boston Stock Exchange since 1897; head of firm
Hamlin, Nickerson & Co., mems. N. Y. Stock Exchange
since 1907; retired 1913. Chm'n Finance Com. Mexican
Telephone & Telegraph Co. Has plaved polo on Ded-
ham team since 1899; Saratoga Nat. championships,
1901; hunted with Norfolk hounds, Mass., since its
inception, 1897; makes frequent trips for grouse shoot-
ing in Scotland. Republican. Recreations: Polo, hunt-
ing, shooting, golf, sailing, raising horses and farm-
ing. Clubs Somerset, Dedham Country and Polo,
Norfolk Hunt, Tennis and Racquet, Santee Shooting
(sec. and mn'g dir.), and various minor golf clubs.
Residence: "Stonebridge," Dedham, Mass. Address:
59 Congress St., Boston, Mass.


Laiwyer; b. Troy, N. Y.. Nov. 21, 1874; s. Rev. Teunis
S. and Frances (Bacon) Hamlin; grad. Cincinnati and
Washington sens., 1S91; Westminster Acad., Simsbury,
Conn., 1892; Yale Univ., A.B., 1896; N. Y. Law Sen..
LL.B., 1898; m. Dec., 1908 Elizabeth R. Shields. Ad-
mitted to the N. Y. Bar, 1898; to bar Supreme Court of
U. S.. 1S93; formed partnership in 1906 with Lewis R.
Conklin, treas. West 66th St. Realty Co. Republican;
Presby'n. Mem. N. Y. City Bar Ass'n, Delta Kappa
Epsilon fraternity. Lecturer on commercial law at
the Y. M. C. A. inst'ns In N. Y. City. Recreations:
Automobiling, golf. Clubs: Quill, Yale. City Repub-
lican, Automobile. Residences: Litchfield, Conn., and
320 Central PaTk West. Address: 59 Wall St., N. Y.


Physician; b. Dover, N. H., Sept. 21, 1862; s. Wol-
cott and Susan (Westman) Hamlin; grad. Natchaug
High Sch., Willimantic, Conn., 1878; Amherst (Mass.)
High Sch., 1879; Amherst Coll., A.B., 1883 (Phi Beta
Kappa, first drawing); N. Y. Homce. Med. Coll. and
Hosp., M.D., 1S88; m. Nov. 9. 1893, Gertrude Sherman,
youngest d. late Elijah T. Sherman. Practising phy-
sician in N. Y. City since 1888. Mem. N. Y. State
Homce. Medical Soc, N. Y. County Homce. Soc, Am.
Inst. Homoeopathy. Obstetrician to Hahnemann Hosp.
Republican; Presby'n. Recreations: Golf, billiards.
Mem. Amherst Alumni Ass'n of N. Y. Club: West Side
Republican. Address: 129 W. 73d St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. E. Bloomfield, N. Y., 1842; s. Henry W.
and Sibyll (Sears) Hamlin: ed. acad. at E. Bloomfield;
m. 1st, E. Bloomfield, N. Y., Sept. 13. 1S65, Elizabeth
Holcomb; 2d, Hammondsport, Oct. 5, 18S1, Minnie
Howell: children: William H.. Fred H., Marion H.,
Sarah H. Pres. and supt. E. Bloomfield Cemetery
Ass'n; pres. Paper Machine Co.; v. -p. Hamlin Nat.
Bank. Republican. Address: E. Bloomfield, and Hol-
comb, N. Y.


Consulting elec. eng'r; b. Cresso^ia, Schuylkill Co.,
Pa., Feb. 20, 1S38; s. William Alexander and Martha A.
(Beck) Hammer; ed. public and high schs., Newark,
N. J.; attended lectures in foreign univs. ; m. Cleve-
land, O., Jan. 3, 1894, Alice Maude White; one child.
Ass't to Edward Weston in Weston Malleable Nickel
Co., Newark, N. J., 187S; ass't in laboratory, Thomas

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