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A. Edison. 1S79-1881; chief eng'r of English and Ger-
man Edison Cos., 1SS1-1S84; established in London,
Feb. 12, 18S2, 1st Central Station in the World for
Incandescent Electric Lighting; had charge of Mr.
Edison's and other Edison interests at Franklin Inst.
Elec. Exp'n, 1884, and the Int. Elec. Exp'n at Crystal
Palace, Sydenham, near London, 1882; personal repre-
sentative of Thomas A. Edison at Paris Exp'n, 1889;
ass't to pres. of the parent Edison Co., 1884; incor-
porator, sec. and trustee Sprague Elec. R. R. &, Motor
Co., 1S84-18S5; chief insp. central stations for the
Edison Elec. Light Co. 1885-1886; mg'r and chief eng'r
Boston Edison Elec. illuminating Co., 1886-1887, and
Installed many important plants; consulting eng'r to
Cincinnati Centennial Exp.'n, 18S8: since 1S90, in prac-

tise as consulting elec. eng'r. Received Elliott Cresson
medal for hist, collection of incandescent lamps; John
Scott legacy medal and premium from Franklin Inst,
for original experiments in telephone relaying and
duplexing; grand prize La. Purchase Exp'n, 1904, for
hist, collection of incandescent electric lamps; chm'n
Jury on Telephony, Telegraphy and Wireless, and
mem. Departmental Jury at the exp'n. Delegate Inter-
nal Elec. Congress, Paris, 1900; one of organizers
Internat. Elec. Congress, St. Louis, 1904; fellow, life
mem. and past v.-p. Am. Inst. Elec. Eng'rs, past v. -p.
N. Y. Elec. Soc, mem. Illuminating Eng'ring Soc, Am.
Electrochem Soc; pres. Nat. Conf. on Standard Elec.
Rules, 1896-1906; pres. Franklin Experimental Club,
1885-1886; v.-p. Aeronautical Soc; sec. and expert
aeronautics com., the Hudson-Fulton comm'n. Chm'n
Jamestown Exp'n Aeronautical Congress; mem. Phys-
ical Soc, Franklin Inst.; fellow A.A.A.S.; Am. Inst.
Elec. Eng'rs. Republican; Episcopalian. Author:
Radium and Other Radioactive Substances, 1904; also
many papers on scientific and eng'ring subjects. Ad-
dress: 153 W. 46th St., N. Y. City.


Theatrical mg'r and operatic impresario; b. Berlin,
Germany, 1S47; came to U. S., 1863, and worked as
cigarmaker, inventing and patenting many labor-
saving devices in that industry. In 186S wrote three
1-act comedies, which were successfully produced at
one of the German theatres in N. Y. City, in 1870 began
as a theatrical manager; in 1880 built the Harlem
Opera House, one of the most beautiful theatres in
the world; later built the Columbus Theatre in Harlem,
the Manhattan Opera House, which afterward became
Koster & Bial's Music Hall, and the Olympic, now the
New York Music Hall which was taken from him by
the N. Y. Life Ins. Co. on a mortgage for $900,000;
since then he built the Victoria, which he now man-
ages; the Belasco Theatre, and the new opera house,
the Manhattan Opera House, which in the seasons of
1906-1907, 1907-1908 and 1909-1910 gave grand opera
of the highest quality. Address: 571 Lexington Av.,
N. Y. City.


Secretary Citizens Union- of N. Y. City; b. Kingston,
N. Y., Aug. 6, 1883; s. Joseph and Mary (Craig) Ham-
mitt; ed. public schs. through academic courses; un-
completed course in N. Y. Law Sch.; unmarried. Con-
nected with various newspapers in N. Y. City, mainly
Brooklyn Times and N. Y. Evening Post; served as
Washington (D. C.) correspondent, Albany (N. Y.)
correspondent, traveling political and sp'l correspond-
ent: visited Martinique and St. Vincent at time of vol-
canic disturbances in 1902; gave description of erup-
tions of Mt. Pelee and Mt. Soufriere in Brooklyn Times;
ass't sec N. Y. Public Service Comm'n for the first
dist., 1907; legislative ag't Citizens' Union of . N. Y.
City, 1908, 1909, 1910: sec Citizens' Union of N. Y. City,
1910- in charge of literary bureau of Citizens' Com.
of One Hundred in New York City Campaign in 1909,
and literary bureaus independent political org^s in
other N. Y. City and N. Y. State campaigns. Mem.
Nat'l Inst, of Social Science, dir. Voters Legislative
\ss'n Club: City. Residence: 1302 Pacific St., Brook-
lyn, N. Y. AddTess: 41 Park Row, N. Y. City.


Sec and dir. advertising and sales; b. Brooklyn, N.
Y April 17, 1874; s. Joseph and Mary (Craig) Ham-
mitt; m. June 12, 1902, Ada Frances Pryer; children:
Arvilla, b. Feb. 17, 1907; Craig, b. Jan. 20, 1909. En-
gaged in newspaper and advertising work since isai;
in connection with Brooklyn Times, Brooklyn Eagle,
N Y Herald and other papers, and with the mercan-
tile houses of Abraham & Straus and Frederick Loeser
& Co. Present connection, and nine years past, witn
Frederick Loeser & Co. Clubs: Crescent Athletic
Glenwood Country. Municipal, Sphinx. Address: 12^9
Pacific St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Mining eng'r; b. San Francisco, Mar. 31, 1865; s.
Richard Pindle and Sarah Elizabeth (Hays) Ham-
mond; ed. public and private schs.; Ph.B.. Sheffield
Scientific Sch., Yale, 1S76; A.M., Yale, 1898; mining
course at Royal Sch. of Mines, Freiburg, Saxony; p.E.,
Stevens Inst. Technology, 1906; LL.D.. St. John's Coll.,
1907; m. Jan. 1, 1880, Natalie Harris, of Miss. Sp
expert U. S. Geol. Survey. 1880, examining Calif, gold
fields; later in Mexico and afterward consulting eng'r
Union Iron Works, San Francisco, and to Central ana
Southern Pacific R'ys; has examined properties in all
parts of the world; became consulting eng'r for Bar-
nato Bros., 1893, and later for Cecil Rhodes, of whom
he "became a strong supporter; consulting engr Con-
solldi*ed Gold Fields of S. Africa. British South Africa
Co aid Randfontein Estates Gold Mining Co. One of



four leaders in Reform Movement in Transvaal, 1895-
1896; after Jameson Raid (.with which he was not in
sympathy), was arrested and sentenced to death;
sentence was afterward commuted to 15 years im-
prisonment, and later released on payment of ?125,0iH>
fine; went to London and became interested in many
large mining cos.; returned to U. S. and became as-
sociated with some of most important financial groups
in this country, purchasing and promoting several or
largest and most valuable mining properties in U. S.
and Mexico; has also been very active in various in-
terests outside of mining, including hydro-electric en-
terprises, irrigation projects, etc. After being urged
by friends in East and West, consented to run for v. -p.
of U. S., from Mass., and although very strongly sup-
ported, withdrew his name before it was presented to
conv. Lectured at Columbia, Harvard, Yale and Johns
Hopkins Univs. Pres. Nat. League Republican Clubs;
fellow A.A.A.S.; mem. Nat. Civic Federation and other
civic and polit. bodies; pres. Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs,
1907-19OS. Conth'r to scientific magazines. Appt'd by
Pres. Taft sp'l amhassador and representative of Pres.
to coronation of King George V. 1911. Clubs: Century.
University, Metropolitan, Engineers (N. T.), Chevy
Chase, Cosmos, Metropolitan (Washington), University
(San Francisco), University (Denver), University (Salt
Lake Citv), Carlton (London). Residence: Gloucester.
Mass., and 903 Park A v., N. T. City. Address: 71
Broadway, N. T. City.


Lawyer; b. Louisville, Ky Oct. 3, 1871; s. Gen. John
Henry and Sophia Vernon (Wolfe) Hammond; grad.
Phillips Exeter Acad., 1889, Tale (Sheffield Scientific
School). Ph.B., 1892, Columbia Law School. LL.B., 1895;
m. N. T. City, April 5, 1899, Emily V. Sloane. Admitted
to bar, 1895; mem. law firm Cadwalader, Wickersham &
Taft; deputy att'y gen. of N. T., in charge of election
cases, 1S90-1901. Brought charges against Dist. Att'y
Asa B. Gardiner of N. T. County, which resulted in his
removal by Gov. Roosevelt. Republican. Mem. Ass'n
Bar City of N. Y\, Am. Acad. Political and Social Sci-
ence. Author: Taxation of Business Corporations in
New York State. Clubs: Knickerbocker, University,
Republican, Yale, St. Anthony. Residence: 9 E. 91st
St. Address: 40 Wall St.. N. Y. City.


Army officer; b. Crown Point, N. T., Dec. 5, 1880;
s. Charles L. and Mary E. (Stevens) Hammond; ed.
Univ. Chicago; grad. West Point Mil. Acad., 1905; m.
Oct. 5, 1907, Hester Reilly; children: John Stevens.
Jr., b. 1909; Orson Smith, b. 1311. Mil. attache Ameri-
can Legations, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Para-
guay, with headquarters in Beunos Aires 1910, 1911,
1912: 1st lieut. 3d Field Art'y. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal
Legion. Army of Cuban Pacification. Recreation.
Polo. Clubs: Army and Navy, Polo. Address: Ft.
Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas.


Educator; b. New Athens, Ohio, May 20, 1861; s.
Archibald and Agnes (Ogilvie) Hammond; grad. Har-
vard, A.B., 1885, Leipzig, Ph.D., 1891; m. Philadelphia,
Dec. 12, 1893, Caroline Galvin von Utassy (died Jan.
4, 1906); children: Donald, b. Jan. 23, 1895; Antol, b.
July 21, 1898; Kenley, b. July 26, 1900. Lecturer on
classics. King's Coll., Windsor, N. S., 1885-1888; instr.
Greek philosophy, Cornell, 1891-1892; ass't prof,
ancient and mediaeval philosophy, Cornell, 1902-1908;
Sage professor of ancient philosophy, Cornell, from
1908; sec. univ. faculty Cornell Univ. Author: The
Characters of Theophrastus (with C. E. Bennett);
Aristotle's Psychology; also various contb'ns to philos.
and other journals relating to Greek philosophy,
psychology and esthetics, Hylozoism, Platonism and
Aristotelianism. Republican. Mem. of Am. Philos.
Ass'n, Am. Psychol. Ass'n. Recreation: Golf. Club:
Ithaca Country (pres.). Address: 29 East Av., Ithaca,
N. T.


Actor; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., June 30, 1879; s. J. Hamp-
den and Alice (Hill) Dougherty; ed. Harvard Coll.,
Brooklyn Poly. Inst., A.B., 1900; m. London, Eng.,

1906, Mabel Moore (actress). Associated with F. R.
Benson Co., England, 1901-1904, on London stage, 1904-

1907. playing leading roles, including Hamlet, Romeo.
Played the Master Builder, with Mme. Nazimova, fall
and winter, 1907; known over the country as "Man-
son" in Charles Rann Kennedy's play, The Servant in
the House. Club: The Players. Address: Ridgefield,


Vice-pres. and dir. Am. Tobacco Co.; b. Macomb,
111., Mar. 19, 1875; s. David Hail and Mary (Bowles)
Hampton: ed. public schools and acad. at Macomb,
111.; m. Maria Somers Bartleson; children: Catherine,

b. lam; David Bartleson, b. 1901; Helen, b. 1903;
Mary, b. L906; Benjamin Randolph, h 1910. Was a

newspaper man and publisher In the West for several
years; camt to N. Y. 1899, and engaged in journalistic
and publishing work for several pears; liter con-
nected with Am. Tobacco Co., of which is now v. -p.
and a dir. Presby'n. Address: Yonker-, N. Y.


Merchant, capitalist; b. Ireland, July 28, 1840; s.
James and Anne (Dalton) Hanan; ed. in schools of
Brooklyn; m. N. J., June S, I860, Henrietta F. Garth-
waite; 2d, R. I., April 15, 1903, Edith Evelyn Smith;
children: Herbert W., b. 1872; Addison G.. b. 1875.
Mf'r boots and shoes, senior mem. firm Hanan &
Son; dir. United Shoe Machinery Co., Boston; pres.
Hanan Shoe Co., Buffalo; dir. Merchants' Exchange
Nat. Bank; asso. dir. Title Guarantee & Trust Co. Re-
publican. Recreations: Yachting, automobiling. Has
traveled all over Europe and cruised in yacht to prin-
cipal ports in Mediterranean; also all along Atlantic
Coast and West Indies. Clutos: N. Y. Yacht, N. Y.
Athletic, Lambs, Larchmont Yacht, Republican (N. .
City), Brooklyn, Temple (Boston). Residence: 1073
Fifth Av., N. Y. City. Address: Bridge, Front and
Water Sts., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Mech. and elec. eng'r; b. Hyde Park, Mass., Sept.
4, 1871: s. George W. and Augusta L. (TUden) Han-
chett; grad. Mass. Inst. Tech., B.Sc, 1893. Editor Elec-
trical World, 1895-1896; designing eng'r Walker Co.,
1897-1898; consulting practice since 1898. Dir. ana-
consulting eng'r Gen. Electric Inspection Co., Flower
Waste & Packing Co., consulting eng'r Electric Car-
rier Co. Fellow Inst, of Elec. Eng'rs; mem. N. Y. Elec.
Soc. Residence: 349 W. 15th St. Address: 30 Church
St., N. Y. City.


Concert pianist, organist, teacher; b. Syracuse, N.
Y., 1853; s. M. Waldo and Martha Anna (Huntington)
Hanchett; grad. N. Y. Homce. Med. Coll., M.D.. 1884;
m. 1st, Ophelia Murphey; 2d, Grace Mather. Practised
medicine for several years, but retired from practice
in order to devote entire attention to music. Began
study of piano in early boyhood; appeared publicly at
age of 10, as soloist in concert in Syracuse, inter-
preting the classics; pupil of Ernst Held, of Syracuse,
from age of 6 to 15 years; later studied under leading
teachers of N. Y. City and Berlin and took a promi-
nent place among the leading concert pianists and
organists of the country. Formerly dir. Musical Dep't
of Nat. Park Seminary, Forest Glen, Md., pror.
theoretical music and dir. Musical Dep't Adelphi Coll.,
Brooklyn; dir. of music, Martha Washington Coll., Va.,
two years, director Piano Dep't Beethoven Conserva-
tory of Music, St. Louis, two years; dir. of music in
the Chautauqua Assembly. Monteagle, Tenn., and De
Funiak Springs, Fla.; musical dir. Paterson Musical
Union and the Clifton Choral Soc; organist and dir.
of music for Ch. of Ascension. South Ch. and Marble
Collegiate Ch., N. Y. City; mem. faculty Met. Coll. of
Music, N. Y. City, and was of staff of William i.
Sherwood's former Summer Sch., the Canandaigua
Normal Musical Inst.; met with uniform success as
organist, choir master and church music director as
well as teacher of piano. Inventor of the "sostenuto"
or "tone sustaining" pedal in pianos. Author: Modern
Domestic Medicine, 1891; Sexual Health 1891; The
Art of the Musician, 1905; Teaching as a Science; The
Value and Influence of Music, etc. Fellow N. Y. Acad.
of Anthropology; mem. Manuscript Soc, Am. Hist.
Ass'n, Oneida County Hist. Soc, N. Y. State Homce.
Med. Soc, N. Y. County Homce. Med. Soc: lecturer
at the Chautauqua Summer Sch., Broolyn Institute,
and in the popular course of the N. Y. City B'd ot
Ed'n. Address. Steinwav Hall, 109 E. 14th St., N. Y.


Physician; b. Fulton, N. Y., April 24, 1865; s. Chaun-
cey Bradley and Lenna (Cole) Hancock; ed. public
sch. No. 11, Brooklyn; Polv. Inst., Brooklyn; grad.
Coll. Phys. and Surg. (Columbia), 1889; m. Aug. 18,
1905, Florence S. Biddle. Resident surgeon Chambers
St. Hosp., sixteen months; N. Y. Eye and Ear Infirm-
ary, twenty months; began study of eye in London,
Paris and Berlin; ex-ass't surgeon N. Y. Eye and Ear
Infirmary, Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hosp.; ex-chief
Clinic Eastern Dist. Hosp.. Brooklyn; ex-consulting
opthalmologist Williamsburgh Hosp., Hempstead
Hosp. and South Shore Hosp., Freeport; consulting
ophthalmologist Coney Island Hosp., D. I. State Hosp.,
Brooklyn. Mem A.A.A.S., Nat. Geog. Soc. Am. Med
Ass'n, N. Y. State Med. Soc, Kings County Med. Soc,
Brooklyn Pathol. Soc, Brooklyn Med. Ass'n, Brooklyn
Neurol. Soc, Med. Ass'n Greater N Y.. L. I. Alumni
Coll. Phys. and Surg.. N. Y. Alumni Coll. Phvs. and



Surg., Associated Physicians of Long Island (sec),
Brooklyn Ophthal. Soc. (ex-sec. and chm'n) ; non-resi-
dent mem. Queens-Nassau Med. Soc, Sons Revolution
N. Y. State Charter, Elks Lodge No. 22, Brooklyn.
Clubs: Brooklyn Hosp. Graduates, Crescent Athletic
(life mem.), Omega (Coll. Phys. and Surg.). Address:
135 Cambridge PI., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; m. Eliza J. Ferry. Admitted to bar, and en-
gaged in practise; now mem. Cadwalader, Wickersham
& Taft, lawyers. Traveled abroad. Clubs: Metropoli-
tan, Tuxedo, Down Town. Riding, Automobile of Amer-
ica. Residence: 59 W. 52d St. Address: 40 Wall St., N
Y. City.


Lawyer; grad. Harvard Coll., 1890; m. Susan Train.
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: Harvard, Uni-
versity, Down Town Ass'n. Residence: 48 W. 9th St-
Address: 49 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Elizabeth, N. J., Nov. 6,
1878; s. James A. and Harriet (Trowbridge) Hand;
grad. Cornell Univ. Med Coll., M.D., 1900; m. N. Y.
1906, Elisa Maria Sayer, 'of Bogota, Republic of Co-
lumbia, S. A.; children: Edward Sayer, b. 1907; Maria
Clemencia, b. 190S; Ernest Hodgson, b. 1910. On
house staff Bellevue Hosp., 1901-1903; Williard-Par-
ker and Riverside Hosps., 1903; visiting physician,
Bellevue Hosp., Out Patient Dep't, clinical ass't in
medicine Cornell Univ. Med. Coll. Engaged in gen.
practise with specialty in diseases of women and
children; med. examiner, Prudential Ins. Co. Repub-
lican. Mem. N. Y. County Med. Soc, N. Y. State Med.
Ass'n, Am. Med. Ass'n, Bellevue Hosp., Alumni Soc,
Phi Alpha Sigma Soc. Address: 175 E. 79th St., N. Y.


U. S. District Judge; b. Jan. 27. 1872; s. Samuel
and Lydia (Coit) Learned; ed. Albany Acad., 1889;
grad. Harvard Coll.. A.B., 1893, A.M., 1894, LL.B., 1896;
m. Dec. 6, 1^02, Frances Amelia Fincke; children:
Mary Deshon, 'b. March 28, 1905; Frances Lydia, b.
April 9, 1907; Constance, b. July 21, 1909. Admitted
to bar March 17. 1897. In office of Matthew Hale,
Albany, N. Y., Oct., 1896-May, 1897; with Marcus T.
Hun, Albany, N. Y., until Jan., 1899. Law partner, Mar-
cus T. Hun until Nov. 17, 1902. Clerk for Zabriskie,
Burrill & Murray, N Y., until Jan., 1904; with Gould &
Wilkie, N. Y., until April 29, 1909, when appt'd judge
Southern dist. of N. Y. Progressive. Mem. Bar Ass'n
City of N. Y., Century Ass'n. Clubs: University, Har-
vard. Address: 142 E. 65th St., N. Y. City.


Consul-gen.; b. Washington, D. C, June 29, 1872; s.
Joseph A. and Eliza (Langdon) Handley, ed. public
sch. and coll.; m. London, June 6, 1910, Marie Teresa
Becarra, d. of former Columbian minister to Wash-
ington. Executed comm'ns for U. S. Gov't in Bel-
gium, Congo, Angola and Portuguese Island of St.
Thome, off west coast of Africa. Engaged in ship-
ping and trading business, Venezuela, four years;
appt'd vice-consul at Trinidad. Jan. 12, 1904; consular
ag't at Matanzas, Cuba, Aug. 17, 1904; consul at Puerto
Plata, D. R., June 5. 1905; consul at Trinidad, W. I.,
Nov. 13, 1905: consul-gen. at Boma, Congo, June 22,
1908; consul Naples, Dec 14, 1910; consul-general at
Callao, Peru, since Nov. 27, 1913. Recreations: Horse-
back riding and outdoor sports, polo. Residence: 217
E. 19th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Address: Am. Consulate-
General. Callao, Peru.


Banker, mf'r; b. Fan-field, Conn., Aug. 12, 1858; s.
Parker and Cornelius (Sloane) Handy; grad. Prince-
ton Univ., A.B., 1879; m. N. Y. City, Dec. 12. 1887;
children: Cortlandt Waite, b. Dec. 18, 1S88; Truman
Parker, b. Sept. 6, 1890; Ruth, b. Jan. 13. 1899. Con-
nected with firm Handy & Harman, bankers and
dealers in bullion, since 1887; elected pres. upon in-
corporation of firm, 1905. Traveled extensively in
U. S., South America, England and Europe. Served 5
years in 7th Reg't, N.G.N.Y. Republican; Presby'n.
Mem. Sons of Revolution, Veterans of 7th Reg't, N.G.
N.Y. Trustee Coll. City of N. Y., 1905-1909. Life
trustee Princeton Univ. since June, 1910. Recre-
ations: Golf, riding, tennis, shooting, fishing. Clubs:
University, Princeton, Down Town, Nassau (Prince-
ton), Nassau Country (Glen Cove, L. I.), Piping Rock.
Residence: (summer) Glen Cove, L. I.; (winter) 50
W. 87th St. Address: 22 Pine St., N. Y. City.


Merchant; b. Mavne Glebe, West Meath, Ireland,
1842; s. Rev. Richard Fleming and Jane (Dugdale)

Handy; attended Kilkenny Coll.; m. Ireland, Anne
Killian. V.-p. and dir. Enoch Morgan's Sons Co.; dlr.
Greenwich Bank of N. Y., Colonial Bank of N. Y
Bridgeport Wood Finishing Co. Entered Royal Navy,
1858, resigned some years later. Republican. Mem.
St. Agnes Episcopal Ch.; mem. N. Y. Chamber of
Commerce, West End Ass'n, Consolidated Stock Ex-
change. Club: N. Y. Athletic Residence: 42 W. 88th
St. Address: 439 West St., N. Y. City.


Physician, educator; b. N. Y. City, April 16, 1869;
s. Jesse and Martha (Edwards) Haney; grad. Coll.
City of N. Y., B.S., 1888; teacher Manual Arts Sch.
77, N. Y. City, 1888-1892; grad. Coll. Phys. and Sjirg.
(Columbia), M.D., 1892; unmarried. Interne N. Y. City
(Charity) Hosp., N. Y. Hosp. for Nervous Diseases
and Maternity Hosp., 1892-1893; practised medicine,
1893-1894; lecturer N. Y. Univ. Sch. of Pedagogy, 1895-
1S99; Sept., 1896, became dir of art and manual train-
ing, N. Y. City Schools. Sept., 1909, dir. of art in
high schs. Made gen. European trip, 1889; visited
France and Italy, 1902; Spain, 1904; Greece and Italy,
1906; Germany, Austria, 1913. An asso. editoT Man-
ual Training Magazine; contb'r to magazine on topics
dealing with med. aspect of teaching, industrial ed'n
and on the manual arts, and lecturer on manual,
esthetic and industrial topics. Mem. Med. Ass'n of
Charity Hosp. Alumni, Sch. Art League (chm'n Exec
Com.), Nat. Ed'n Ass'n, Soc for Promotion of En-
gineering Ed'n, Council of Supervisors (pres., 1901,
1904), Eastern Art Teachers' Ass'n, Soc. for Promo-
tion Industrial Ed'n, Eastern Manual Training
Teachers' Ass'n, Internat. Drawing Ass'n, Advisory
B'd Public Ed'n Ass'n N. Y. City. Phi Gamma Delta
fraternity. Mason (master, 1903). Clubs: Salma-
gundi. McDowell, N. Y. Athletic. Address: 500 Park
Av N. Y. City.


Educator; b. N. Y. City, 1873; s. Jesse and Martha
(Edwards) Haney; grad. Coll. City of N. Y., B.S., 1893;
N. Y. Univ., M.A., 1897; LL.B., 1898; post-grad, work
in philosophy and pedagogy at Columbia Univ., 1904-
1909; Ph.D. (C. U), 1910; honors on graduation from
Coll. City of N. Y. and medals for work in English;
m. 1910, Jennie Pomerene. Taught in Public School
No. 1, 1893-1897; Coll. City of N. Y., 1897; Wadleigh
High Sch., 1897-1906, and Head English Dep't, H. S.
of Commerce, 1906-1907; Harlem Evening High Sch.,
1905-1913; principal Public Sch. 5, Bronx, March.
1908-1912; principal Public Sch. 46 since 1912; gen.
sup't playgrounds, N. Y. City, 1899-1901. Visited Eng-
glish and Scotch schools, 1902; German schools, 1904.
Served with 1st Co. Signal Corps. N.G.N.Y., 1900-1905.
Mem. Male Principals' Ass'n, Ass'n of Principals,
Manhattan and the Bronx, Evening High Sch. Teach-
ers' Ass'n, Am. Nature Studv Soc, Nat. Geog. Soc,
Teachers' Coll. Alumni, Ph' Beta Kappa Alumni. Phi
Gamma Delta and Phi Delta Phi fraternities. Au-
thor: Dessing's Education of the Human Race; The
Registration of City School Children; On Teaching
the Novel, etc. Address: Public School No. 46, Bronx,
N. Y. City.


Rear-Admiral, U. S. N., retired; b. Chili, Monroe
Co. N. Y., Nov. 8, 1844; s. William Haynes and Abbey
(Pi'xley) Hanford; ed. Scottsville (N. Y.) Union Sch.,
Rochester High Sch.: appt'd to U. S. Naval Acad,
from Scottsville, N. Y.; grad. June, 1S66; m. Scotts-
ville, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1878, Sara A. Crosby; children:
John Munn, b. Feb. 2, 1882; Ruth Crosby, b. March 23,
1887. On graduation, ordered to U. S. S. Saco, cruis-
ing in W. Indies and Gulf of Mexico until end of
1867; joined Kearsarge, Jan., 1868; promoted ensign,
April, 1868, master. 1869; lieut., 1870. lieut-comd'r,
Sept., 1894, capt., Jan. 29, 1901, rear-admiral Jan. 3,
1903, and retired from active service same date.
Served on Kearsage until Sept., 1S68, on S. Pacific
Station, Tuscarora, on S. Pacific and W. Indies sta-
tions, 1868-1871; Wabas'h, flagship of European Sta-
tion, 1S71-1874; torpedo duty, Newport, R. I., July-
Nov., 1874; receiving ship Vermont, N. Y. Harbor,
1874-1875; Tennessee and Ashuelot, Asiatic Station,
1875-1S78; ordnance duty, N. Y. Navy Yard, 187S-1881;
flagship Pensacola, as navigator, in which circum-
navigated the globe, 1881-1884; ordnanace duty,
Washington Navy Yard, 1884-1886; insp. ordnanace
(building of modern guns for new navy), West Point
Foundry, Cold Spring, N. Y., 1886-1S88; exec, officer
Pensacola, 1888-1891; senior aJide to commandant at
N. Y. Navv Yard, 1S92-1S95; com'd U. S. S. Alert, Pa-
cific Station, 1S95-1897; light house insp., 1898-1900;
commandant U. S. Naval Station, Cavite. P. I., 1900-
1902; since retirement, engaged in farming. Mem.
Beta Theta Pi fraternity. Recreation: Book collect-
ing. Address: Scottsville, N. Y.




Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1850; s. John
E. Hanford (b. Peeksklill, N. T., 1823, who, in 1857,
founded great clothing house of Hanford & Browning
(now Browning, King & Co.); grad. Columbia Law
Sch., LL.B.. 1872; m. N. Y. City, 1877, Margaret E.
Parmly, d. noted dentist, Dr. David R. Parmly; chil-
dren; May N., Marguerite P., Parmly (Harvard, 1904).

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