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Admitted to N Y. Bar, 1872; in Feb., 1873, entered
office of Barlow, Larocque & MaCFarland as mn'g
clerk, admitted to partnership, Jan., 1881, and con-
tinued in that firm and its successors until Nov. 1,
1906, when terminated all partnership relations. Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: Manhattan, Metro-
politan, Suburban Riding and Driving, Automobile of
America. Address: 41 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Sociologist; b. Watkins, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1871; s. Ben-
jamin Franklin and Christiana (Powell) Htnmer; at-
tended Oneonto Normal School; 1896, Cornell Univ.,
Ph.B., 1900; N. Y. Univ. (special courses), 1905-1907;
m. Sidney, N. Y., June 27, 1900, Mary Belle Garlick.
Teacher in rural schs., 1890-1892; gen. sec. Cornell
Univ., Y.M.C.A., 1898-1900, did welfare work for
Phelps, Dodge & Co., Bisbee, Ariz., 1900-1903; super-
visor of physical training and inspector of athletics,
N. Y. City public schs., 1903-1907; field sec. Play-
ground Ass'n of America, and sec. Playground Exten-
sion Com. of Russell Sage Foundation, 1907-1909;
asso. dir. Dep't of Child Hygiene, Russell Sage
Foundation, 1909-1912; dir. Dep't of Recreation since
1912. Made study of European Playground systems
in 1909. Mem. of b'd of dirs. Playground Ass'n of
Am. Public Schs., Athletic League of N. Y. City, Boy
Scouts of America, Recreation Alliance of N. Y. City;
mem. Am. Physical Ed'n Ass'n, Am. School Hygiene
Ass'n, Physical Ed'n Soc. of N. Y. City and Vicinity,
Athletic Research Soc, Am. Social Soc, Nat. Ed'n
Ass'n, and Sphinx Head Soc. (Cornell). Republican;
Methodist. Recreations: Golf, rowing, tennis, motor
boating. Club: Cornell Univ. (N. Y. City). Resi-
dence: 900 Summit Av. Address: 400 Metropolitan
Tower, N. Y. City.


Bank examiner for N. Y. Clearing house; b. Cadiz,
O., Dec. 28, 1863; s. Nori A. and Elizabeth (Phillips)
Hanna; ed. common schools of Cadiz; honorary de-
gree from Marietta (O.) College., A.M., 1902; m.
Wheeling, W. Va., Oct. 19, 1905, Elizabeth Fleming
Harrison. Was engaged in banking business in Lin-
coln, Neb., 1S85-1S97; Nebraska Stock Yard Co. of Lin-
coln, cashier Chicago Post-Office, 1897-1*199; nat.
bank examiner in cities of Washington, Baltimore
and Phila., 1899; same for N. Y. City, 1899-1911;
examiner for Clearing House since 1911. Republican;
Prjsby'n. Mem. Ohio Soc, St. Andrew's Soc; trustee
Marietta (O.) Coll. Author: History of the Scotch-
Irish in America, 1902; The Wilderness Trail, 1911.
Recreation: Automobiling. Clubs: Union League
(N. Y.), Metropolitan, Republican, Lawyers', Automo-
bile of America, Union League (Chicago). Residence:
Montclair, N. J. Address: 77 Cedar St., N. Y. City.


Banker, gov.; b. New Brighton, Pa., Aug. 9, 1861; s.
Jason R. and Margaret A, (Lewis) Hanna; ed. City
Sch. Cleveland, O., and N. Y. City; m. Minneapolis,
Oct., 1884, Lottie L. Thatcher; childre^i: Margaret
E., b. 1885; Jean E., b. 1887; Dorothy L., b. 1893;
Robert L., b. 1902, Pres. and dir. First Nat. Bank,
Page; v. -p. and dir. Pioneer Life Ins. Co.; dir. First
Nat. Bank, Fargo; First Nat. Bank, Buffalo, and Hope
Nat. Bank. Staite representative, 1895-1897; State
senator, 1S97-1901 1905-1909; mem. Congress, 1909-
1913; now 3ervng as gov. of State, 1913-1915. Dele-
gate Republican Nat. Conv., 1904; chm'n Republican
State Com., 1902-1909. Republican; Congregationalism
Trustee Fargo Coll. Address: Fargo, N. Dak.


Lawyer; b. Anamosa, la., May 1, 1867; s. Hermann
H. B. and Rosalie Hermine (Isarr) Hansmann; ed.
public schools and Mo. State Univ., grad. Columbia
Univ., Washington, D. C, law dep't, 1893; m. N. Y. City,
Mar. 31, 1896, Elizabeth Aiken Cushman. Taught in
public schools in Mo. 2 years; clerk in office adj. -gen.,
Washington, nearly 2 years; U. S. consular service over
5 years, stationed at Chemnitz and Kehl, Germany;
Lyons, France; Ghent, Belgium; La Guayra, Venez-
uela; St. Christopher's, West Indies, and Ottawa, Can.;
has been engaged in practise of law in N. Y. City since
Feb., 1894; firm of Carter, Hughes & Dwight, and suc-
cessors, now Rounds & Schurman. Independent in
politics. Mem. N. Y. City Bar Ass'n, N. Y. County Law-
yers' Ass'n, State Bar Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n, Am. Geog.
Soc, Nat. Geog. Soc, N. Y. Zool. Soc, etc. Residence:
485 Manhattan Av. Address: 96 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Sanford, Me., July 26, 1867; s. Benjamin
F. and Fannie (Thompson) Hanson; ed. Phillips
Exeter Acad., 1886; grad. Yale Coll., A.B., 1890; Cor-
nell Univ. Law Sch., LL.B., 1893; unmarried. Admit-
ted to Bar, Feb., 1894; mem. firm of Goodale & Han-
son. Independent Democrat; 3d deputy comm'r of
police of N. Y. City, Jan., 1907, to June, 1909. Mem.
N. Y. City Bar Ass'n, Zeta Psi fraternity, Municipal
Art Soc. (dir). Clubs: Yale, Cornell University (gov.
and treas.), Reform (trustee and sec). Address: 42
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Great Barrington, Mass., Sept. 27, 1S67;
s. Andrew T. and Anna Van Ness (Johnson) Hanson;
ed. Union Classical Inst,., Schenectady, N. Y. ; grad.
Union Coll., B.A., 1889 (Phi Beta Kappa and special
honors in English literature); m. Schenectady, Nov. 30,
1892, Josephine Hemstreet Boardman; one son, Ken-
neth Boardman, b. 1893. Admitted to N. Y. State bar
in Sept., 1891; mg'r Corporation Dep't, Electric Bond
& Share Co. of Schenectady, N. Y., and 62 Cedar St., N.
Y. City; v.-p. and dir. Gen. Vehicle Co.; pres. Toledo
& Chicago Interurban R'y Co.; v.-p. Raleigh Electric
Co., Anniston Electric & Gas Co., and officer and dir.
in numerous other electric light properties; counsel
for local railroads, power and lighting cos.; dir. and
sec. Chalmers Knitting Co.; dir. E. Watson Gardiner
Co. Independent in politics. Episcopalian. Mem. N.
Y. State Bar Ass'n, Am. Acad. Polit. and Social Science,
Montgomery Co. Hist. Soc, Ass'n for Preservation of
Adirondacks, Bibliophile Soc. of Boston, S. A. R., Alpha
Delta Phi, Phi Beta Kappa; one of editors of, author
of introduction to Minutes of Com. of Safety of Tyron
County, 1905. Recreation: Camping in Adirondacks.
Clubs: St. Nicholas, Lawyers', City Lunch, Alpha Delta
Phi (N. Y .City), Mohawk (Schenectady). Legal resi-
dence: Amsterlam, N. Y. Address: 202 W. 86th St.,
N. Y. City.


Editor Insurance Observer; b. N. Y. City, March 27,
1852; ed. public schools, Coll. of City of N. Y. ; grad.
Columbia Univ. Law Sch., 1874. Admitted to bar 1874;
after practising law four years became editorial
writer Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper; editor of
Wall St. Daily Indicator, 1880-1895; in 1895 became
editor the Chronicle, but resigned shortly afterwards
to establish Insurance Observer, of which is half
owner and editor; financial editor Bankers' Magazine.
Trustee Dollar Savings Bank; pres. and dir. Model
Building Loan Ass'n (Mott Haven, N. Y.). Observer
Circulating Co. Address: 37 Liberty St., N. Y. City.


Author, journalist; b. Chicago, March 28, 1868; s.
Charles H. and Fanny (Powers) Hapgood; grad. Har-
vard, 1890, A.B., A.M., 1893; Harvard Law Sch., LL.B.
1893; m. Chicago, June 17, 1896, Emilie Bigelow. Was
for several years dramatic critic N. Y. Commercial Ad-
vertiser and The Bookman; editor Collier's Weekly,
1903-1912; editor Harper's Weekly since June, 1913.
Author: Literary Statesmen, 1897; Daniel Webster,
1890; Abraham Lincoln, 1899; The Stage in America
1901; George Washington, 1901. Address: 107 E. 73d
St., N. Y. City.


Railway official; b. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 22, 1867; s.
James Thedore and Mary B. (Kehoe) Harahan; ed. St.
Johns Coll., New Orleans; m. June 10, 1890, Susan
Smith, of Nashville. Held minor positions on Louis-
ville & Nashville R. R., Louisville, Ky., 1881-1889; eng'r
maintenance of way, Cincinnati div., Chicago and Ohio
R'y, 1889-1890; in charge of structures Baltimore &
Ohio Southwestern R. R., 1890-1892; roadmaster and
trainmaster Pontiac div. 111. Central R. R., 1892-1895;
ass't sup't and sup't Freeport div., 1895-1896; sup't
Louisville div., 1896-1901; chief eng'r 111. Central R. R.,
Chicago, May 1-Sept. 24, 1902; ass't gen. mg'r 1902-
1904, gen. mg'r June 1, 1904; 4th v.-p. Feb. 20, 1905;
ass't to pres. Erie R. R., July 15, 1907-1910; v.-p. Jan.
1, 1911; pres. Seaboard Air Line R'y since Sept. 26,
1912. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs, Am. R'y Guild. 111.
Soc. of N. Y., Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, N. Y. South-
em Soc, Tenn. Soc. of N. Y. Clubs: N. Y. Railroad,
Railroad, Traffic (N. Y.), Central Railway (Buffalo),
Chicago (Chicago), Tennessee (Memphis), Country,
Virginia (Norfolk), Seminole (Jacksonville). Resi-
dence: 3C2 Pembroke Av., Norfolk, Va. Address: 24
Broad St., N. Y. City, and Royster Bld'g, Norfolk, Va.


Author; men. Nat. Inst, of Arts and Letters; b. Dal-
ton, Ga., July 5, 1858; .s. Nathaniel Parks and Myra
(Richardson) Harben ; ed. Crawford Coll. and privately;
m. Dalton, Ga., July 3, 1896, Maybelle Chandler; chil-



dren: William Chandler, b. 1898; Eric Marion, b. 1903;
Grace Elizabeth, b. 1913. Travelled abroad and studied
in Paris and London; asso, editor The Youth's Com-
panion, 1891-1893; contb'r short stories to the Century,
Harper's Magazine, Saturday Evening Post. Author:
W'hite Marie, 18*9; Almost Persuaded, 1890: A Mute
Confessor, 1891; The Land of the Changing Sun, 1894;
From Clue to Climax, 1901; The Caruthers Affair, 1898;
The North Walk Mystery, 1899; The Woman Who
Trusted, 1901; Westerfelt, 1901; Abner Daniel, 1902;
The Substitute, 1903; The Georgians, 1904; Pole Baker,
1905; Ann Boyd, 1906; Mam' Linda, 1907; Gilbert Neal,
1908; The Redemption of Kenneth Gait, 1909; Dixie
Hart. 1910: Jane Dawson, 1911; Paul Rundel, 1912; The
Desired Woman, 1913. Club: Authors. Address: 854
W. 181st ,St N. T. City.


Coffee importer; b. Arlington, Vt., Oct. 16, 1841; ed.
acad., Philadelphia; m. 1870, Sarah Brown; children:
James, M. B., Anson W., Jr., Mrs. Henry von Lengerke
Meyer, De Courcy L., Mrs. W. R. K. Taylor, Mrs.
Augustine I. Smith, .Mrs. John K. Mills. At 16 en-
tered uncle's office in Baltimore; in 1862 came to N. Y.
as confidential clerk with Wright, Maxwell & Co.,
coffee merchants; in 1870 became partner. Spent sev-
eral years in Brazil; in 1874 present house. Hard &
Rand, was formed. Trustee Atlantic Mutual Ins. Co.,
Norwich Union Fire Ins. Soc, Seamen's Bank for Sav-
ings; dir. Bank of N. Y. (N. B. A.), St. Luke's Hosp.
Olubs: Century, Metropolitan, Down Town Ass'n,
Church. Rockaway Hunt, City. Residence: 21 E. SOth
St. Address: 107 Wall St., N. Y. City.

Capitalist; chm'n B'd of Dirs. Chatham & PhenixNat.
Bank: pres. North River Steamboat CO.; treas. General
Electric Inspection Co., Anglo-Am. Savings and Loan
Ass'n, N. Y. Theatre Co.; dir. Automatic Telephone
Construction Co., Bavarian Star Brewing Co., John D.
Williams Co., Washington Life Ins. Co of N. Y., Phenix
Ins. Co. of Brooklyn. Mem. New England Soc, Mil.
Order Loyal Legion. Clubs: Army and Navy, Manhat-
tan. Residence: 256 Sterling PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. Ad-
dress: 192 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Architect; b. New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 6, 1847; s.
John Pool and Frances Eliza (Eddy) Hardenbergh;
studied architecture under Detlef Lienau, of N. Y. City,
1865-1870; m. 1893, Mrs. Emily Irene (Leeds) Keene.
Engaged in active practice in N. Y. City since 1870.
Designed the Dakota, Waldorf-Astoria, Plaza and
Manhattan hotels, and Am. Fine Arts Soc. bld'g. Resi-
dence: Bernardsville, N. J. Address: 47 W. 34th St.,
N. Y. City.


Sec. and mg'rN. Y. City News Ass'n; b. Brooklyn, NY.,
Feb. 11, 1869; s. B. F. and Ella Gertrude (Crowell) Har-
denbergh; ed. in public schs. of Brooklyn; on paternal
side, descendant from the old Hardenbergh familv.
among the earliest settlers of New Amsterdam; Scotch
ancestry on mother's side, and one of maternal an-
cestors was John Howard Pavne. author Home, Sweet
Home; b. April 25, 1889. Isabel Stockvis; one d., Edith
C. (Mrs. Eugene Dupont Cowlin), b. 1890. In news-
paper business since leaving school; has devoted most
of neiwspaper career to perfecting bureau system of
news collecting, of which N. Y. City News Ass'n is
a sample; took charge of that ass'n for newspapers
of N. Y. City, 1895; noteworthy feature has been work
on election nights, when all figures on citv vote are
collected, bulletined and compiled, under a "system of
his own devising. Author of two books, and has
written verse and fiction for magazines. Has delivered
many lectures on journalism at Columbia Univ., and
other colls, and socs. Independent in politics. Ex-
pres. N. Y. Bowling Ass'n; past master Knickerbocker
Lodge, 642 IF. and A. M.; Grand Representative Grand
Lodge of S. Dakota, F. and A. M., near the Grand Lodge
of N. Y. ; mem. Triune Chapter R. A. M., Columbian
Commandery No. 1, K T. ; Mecca Temple, A.A.O.N.M.S.,
and of Royal Arcanum. Clubs- N. Y. Press, Friars.
Masonic. Address: 30 Church St.. N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Fort Hunter, Montgomery Co., N. Y.,
April 14, 1878; s. August and Sophia D. (Meier)
Hardies; ed. public schs. of Fort Hunter, N. Y. ; re-
ceived scientific academic diploma from the Fonda
(N. Y.) Union Sch., 1895, and gold medal, first prize,
for declamation in commencement exercises; m. Oct.
21, 1908, Grace M. Beattie, d. William Beattie. of Co-
hoes. N. Y. Studied law in office of Judge Henry V.
Borst, Amsterdam, N. Y., 1896-1899; passed examina-
tion at Syracuse, N. Y. ; admitted to practise by
Appellate Division, Third Dept., Nov. 27, 1899; asso-

ciated in practise with Judge Borst until 1909. since
which time has practised alone; has also been ad-
mitted to and practises in U. S. Courts. Nominated
for dist. att'y of Montgomery County on Democratic
ticket in 1907 and elected; served as dist. att'y from
Jan. 1 1908 and reelected 1910. Pres. Clover Leaf Milk
Co.; dir. Vannette Bobbinless Sewing Machine Co.,
treas. Van Brocklen Stoves Co.; dir. Y. M. C. A. Mem.
Amsterdam Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n. Demo-
crat; Methodist. Mason; W. M. Welcome Lodge (and
has represented it in Grand Lodge), mem. Amsterdam
Chapter. R. A. M.; Holy Cross Commandery, K. T.;
Oriental Shrine (Troy, N. Y.); Grand Hyastite of
Oriental Order of Humility and Perfection, No. 98;
mem. Veddersburgh Lodge I. O. O. F., of which was
first Noble Grand, and twice representative to Grand
Lodge; has served as dist. deputy of Montgomery
Dist. No. 1; also mem. Star Encampment, Patriarchial
Degree; mem. Amsterdam Lodge, B. P. O. Elks. Clubs:
Antlers Country, Masonic. Address: Amsterdam. N. Y.


Banker; b. Calliicoon, Sullivan Co., N. Y., Oct. 4, 1858;
s. William James and Lodema (Hoagland) Harding;
ed. Country Dist. Sch.. N. Y. State, and by private
tutor; Honesdale (Pa.) Graded Sch., Cornell Univ.,
B.S., 1881; Union Univ., Albany Law iSch., LL.B., 1883;
m. Callicoon, N. Y., June 15, 1886, Emelie Mary Helck;
children: Harold Carl (M.E. Cornell), Florence Mildred
(Mrs. Edward V. Wilbern). . Admitted to N. Y. State
Bar. Deputy Collector, U. S. Internal Revenue, 1888;
City Clerk, Middletown, N. Y., 1890; sec. Orange Co.
Trust Co., 1892, v.-p. 1895, pres. 1905. Independent
Democrat. Trustee First Cong'l Ch., Middletown N. Y.,
and pres. of B'd; trustee Charity Foundation, Middle-
town, N. Y. ; Hoffman Dodge of Masons; mem. B'd of
Mgr's Middletown State Homce. Hosp. Recreation:
Automobiling. Address: 46 Highland Av.. Middle-
town, N. Y.


Banker, broker, capitalist; b. Philadelphia, Pa July
31, 1863; s. William W. and Catherine B. (Hart) Hard-
ing; m. Philadelphia, April 30, 1898. Dorothea Barney;
children: Charles, Catherine, Laura. William. Senior
mem. banking and brokerage firm Charles D. Barney
& Co., of Philadelphia and N. Y. Final trustee in
closing up estate of Jay Cooke & Co. Dir. Metropoli-
tan Trust Co., Knickerbocker Trust Co., Brooklyn
Rapid Transit Co., Am. Beet Sugar Co., Cerro de Pasco
Mining Co., Am. Express Co., Amalgamated Copper
Co., Public Service Corp'n of N. J., Southern Pacific
R.R. Co., Municipal Railways of N. Y. City. Served
in Phila. Cav. 8 years. Republican; Episcopalian.
Clubs: Metropolitan, N. Y. Yacht, Union League, New
York, Automobile of America, Racquet, Rumson
Country, Westchester Country, Union League (Phila.).
Philadelphia Cricket, Germantown Cricket, Hunting-
don Valley Country. Residence: 955 Fifth Av. Ad-
dress: 25 Broad St.. N. Y. City.


Author; b. London, England, 1S64; ed. in London and
Paris. Author: An Art Failure, 1896: The Strolling
Piper of Brittany, 1897; A Conjurer of Phantoms, 189S;
The Gate of the Kiss, 1902 which was translated into
French and published in Paris, 1903. under title La
Porte du Baiser; The City of Splendid Night, 1909;
translated Pacing the Flag (Jules Verne), 1897; Me-
moirs (Victor Hugo), 1889; Sacrifice of Silence (Ed-
ouard Rod), 1899; has adapted into form of novel Paid
in Full, The Chorus Lady, and several other plays; also
author of many short stories. Mem. Ins. of Journalists
(Great Britain). Address: 151 W. 42d St., N. Y. City.


Attorney; b. Syracuse, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1876; s. James

B. and Elsie (Howlctt) Harding; grad. LL.B., Syracuse
Univ. Coll. of Law; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 20, 1901,
Amanda C. Palmer; one d., Elsie Annette, b. Sept. 2,
1908. Mem. firm of Goodelle, Harding & Wiles, attor-
neys; treas. Syracuse Vacuum Cleaner Corp'n; treas.
and dir. Syracuse Sign Board Corp'n; dir. Syracuse
Rental Corp'n; Moore Trench Machine Co.; gen. coun-
sel Trad-Chek System. Ass't Corporation Counsel,
City of Syracuse, 1906-1907. Republican; Methodist.
Mem. N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Onondaga Bar Ass'n, Syra-
cuse Y. M. C. A. (dir.), Methodist City Union, Syracuse
(sec); Syracuse Rose Soc. Central City Lodge, Masons.
Clubs: Citizens, Current Events. Residence: 229
Euclid Av. Address: 402-410 Gurnev Bldg.. Syracuse.
N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Boston, Mass., April 13. 1861; s. Henry

C. and Anna W. (Wilson) Hardon; grad. Harvard Univ.,
A.B., 1882, A.M., IjL.B., 1885; m. Cora Frances, d. Isaac
Tucker and Ann Frances Burr. Prof law, Cornell



Univ., 1S95-1S96; Columbia Univ., 1S96-1S99. V.-p. Anti-
Imperialist League, Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. T
N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n, New England
Soc. Clubs: Harvard, Barnard, Down Town, Phi Delia
Phi, University, Riding. Residence: 315 W. 71st St.
Address: 00 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; ed. Coll. City of N. Y., Columbia Univ.,
Columbia Law Sch., DUB. 18S5. Admitted to N. Y.
bar; senior mem. Hardy, Stancliffe & Whitaker; en-
gaged in active practice, principally corp'n law. Gen.
counsel for Am. Car & Foundry Co. Mem. Phi Gamma
Delta fraternity. Address: 165 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Promoting eng'r; b. Paris, France, Feb. 23, 1856', s.
Leon and Marguerite (de Ruennes) Hardy; ed. Gov-
ernmental Sch. of Turgot, Paris, and Regimental Sch.
Was cadet French Army. 1876; reserve officer in
Asiatic campaign of Tonkin, followed by Pekin, Corea
and Japan trips in 1886; military attache to Siamese
Embassy, 18S6-1S97; twice 'round the world on mis-
sions; speaks several languages fluently; m. May, 18SS,
Jennie A. Whitcomb, of Minneapolis, Minn.; children:
Edgar B., b. 1SS9; Robert, b. 1890; Marguerite, b. 1893;
Leon, b. 1895; Laura, b. 1898. Syndicate representative
in China 18S7-1SS8; promoter of mech. inventions,
1889-1S94'; mf'r of Hardy bicycles, 1895-1896; syndicate
representative in Columbia, 1897; in Brazil, 189S; in
Cuba, 1899; organized Internat. Banking Corp'n, 1901;
Gen. Electric Inspection Co., 1902, of which is sec.
and dir.; North Dome Mining Co., 1911; Mid-Conti-
nental Co., 1913, sec and dir. Recreations: Auto tour-
ing, singing, chess playing and fencing. Residence:
3 Hamilton Terrace. Address: 237 Fulton St.. N. Y.

Mg'r Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N. T.; b. Ogdenslburg,
N Y.; s. F. G. and Ellen Hardy; ed. public schs.
of Ogdensburg, N. T.; m. Alicia Carlisle; children:
Carlisle. Rot>ert H.. Jr. Pres. Life Underwriters Ass'n
of N. Y., 1908-1909'. Republican; Methodist. Recre-
ation: Golf. Clubs: Park (Buffalo), Central Republi-
can (N. Y. City), Areola Country (Areola, N. J.),
Harlem Republican. Residence: 92 Morningside Av.,
N. Y. City.

Physician; b. Providence R. I March 28, 1864; d.
Thomas Reynolds and Helen (Slocum) Belcher; ed.
Providence Classical Sch., Boston Univ., A.B., 1887, N.
Y. Univ., A.M., 1S99; Woman's Med. Coll. (now united
with Cornell Med. School), M.D., 1891; N. Y. Univ.,
LL.B., 1901. Admitted to N. Y. Bar, 1900; m. N. Y.
City, Nov. 18, 1901, Edward Rochie Hardy; one s.:
Edward Rochie, Jr., b. June 17, 1908. After graduation
worked one year at Johns Hopkins and three years
in Germany, three summers in Germany and Paris,
bacteriology and pathology; interne one year in N.
Y. Infant Asvlum; one year bacteriologist to Seton
Hosp., N. Y. City; delegate to Internat. Med. Congress
in Rome, 1893; also in Moscow, Russia, 1897; research
work in Rockefeller Inst., 1901-1903. Republican;
Episcopalian. Received bronze medal from La. Pur-
chase Exp'n, St. Louis, for book, Clean Milk. Mem.
N. Y. Acad. Medicine, N. Y. Co. Med. Soc, N. Y. State
Med. Soc. N. Y. Bar Intercollegiate Alumns, Alumni
Boston Univ. and N. Y. Univ. Best known work in
America, milk work for the Rockefeller Inst., B'd or
Health of N. Y., and N. Y. Co. Medical Soc; best
known work in Germany; Research in cell construc-
tion (cytology). Author: Clean Milk, 1903, now in
third edition (Orange Judd, publishers). Address:
419 W. 118th St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 11, 1874; s. J. Mont-
gomery and Mary E. (Meredith) Hare; grad. Yale
Univ., 1897. Entered business with Curtis, Maller-
Prevost & Colt; was clerk with Kean, Van Cortlandt
& Co.; partner of H. W. Poor & Co. Resigned in 1906.
Republican candidate for Assembly from 14th District.
Clubs: Knickerbocker. Underwriters', American Yacht.
Tuxedo. Address: 319 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Fire insurance; b. Princeton, N. J., Jan. 20, 1842; s.
Rev. George Emlen (D.D., LL.D.) and Elizabeth
Catherine (Hobart) Hare; ed. Episcopal Acad., Phila-
delphia; m. Philadelphia, June 6, 1867, Mary Emlen
Meredith; children: Montgomery, Meredith, William,
Dennie M., Mary M., Morin S. Began business life as
clerk in wholesale commission dry goods house in
Philadelphia, but soon after entered office of Am.
Fire Ins. Co., and on Oct. 1, 1861, that of the Pa. Fire
Ins. Co. Served one year in the Keystone Battery or
Philadelphia, in Civil War; April, 1864, removed to N.

Y. City, and became a partner of C. P. Frame, In
firm of Frame & Hart, which became, Jan. 1, i860,
Frame, Hare & Lockwood, who represented several
fire insurance companies, and were U. S. managers
London Assurance Corp'n. Oct. 1, 1877, the firm was
dissolved, Mr. Lockwood withdrawing with the Lon-
don Assurance, the remaining partners continuing
business in old name; May, 1879, the firm be-
came mg'r Norwich Union Fire Office of England, and
continued so until Dec. 31, 1S88, when they dissolved;
since then, sole U. S. resident mg'r Norwich Union.
Has been v.-p. of the Union of the West; pres. N. Y.
B'd Fire Underwriters, N. Y. Fire Ins. Exchange, ana
pres. Nat. B'd Fire Underwriters. Clubs: Union, Cen-
tury, City, Down Town, Church, Tuxedo, St. Andrew's
Golf. Residence: 20 E. 75th St. Address: 59 John St.,
N. Y. City.


R. R. official; b. Rensselaer Co., N. Y., May 24, 1878;
s. James Alfred and Elizabeth Niver (Veeder) Hare;
ed. puiblic schs. of Rensselaer Co., High Sch., Johns-
town, N. Y.; Pierce Sch., Phila.; Temple Coll. and
Temple Law Sch., Phila.; unmarried. Entered service
Phila. & Reading R'y Co., Sept., 1897, as office boy In
Gen. Passenger Dep't, junior clerk in Secretary's Dep't,
1899; chief clerk of that dep't, Jan., 1906; sec. Read-
ing Co. and ass't sec Phila. & Reading R'y Co., since
Oct., 1912. Ass't sec. Allentown R. R. Co., Atlantic
City R. R. Co., Colelbrookdale R. R. Co., E. Pa. K. R.
Co., E. Mahanoy R. R. Co., Mill Creek and Mine Hill
Navigation R. R. Co., Mt. Carbon & Pt. Carbon R. K.
Co., N. Y. Short Line R. R. Co., Catasauqua & Fogels-
ville R. R. Co., Central Dock & Terminal R'y Co.,

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