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Sch. and Coll.; junior surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear
and Throat Hosp. (Throat Dept.), Clubs: University,
Quill. Address: 104 E. 40th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Delaware, O., 1856; s. Bishop W. L. and
Anne A. Harris; grad. Northwestern Univ., 1878; Co-
lumbia Coll. Law Sch., 1880; m. N. Y. City. Dec. 1, 1885.
Grace F. Nicoll; children: Helen F. (m. June 5, 1909,
Norman L. Snow), Anne E. (m. Feb. 18, 1911, Lieut.
John M. McDowell), William N. Admitted to N. Y.
Bar, 1880; mem. law firm of Harris & Towne; dir.
Manhattan Refrigerating Co.; pres. and dir. Estate of
Eugene A. Hoffman, Inc.; Associate Owners. Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Exec. Com. N. Y. Daw Library;
mg'r Am. Bible Soc. Clubs: University, Hardware,
Riding, Sachem's Head Yacht. Automobile. Residence:
140 W. 57th St. Address: 258 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Editor; b. Hudson (Lenawee Co.), Mich., Feb. 10,
1806; s. Caleb H. and Eliza (Durling) Harris; grad.
Jackson (Mich.) High Sch., 1885; Univ. of Mich., Ph.B.,
1889; m. Jackson, Mich., Jan. 25, 1893. Jessie Elizabeth
Brown; children: Jean, b. 1898. Janet, b. 1902; Ruth,
b. 1905. Commercial traveler, 18S7-1888; reporter
Detroit News, 1890: Chicago Inter-Ocean and Chicago
Tribune. 1S91-1895; copy reader, night city editor and

ass't night editor X. Y. Journal, 1896-1901; telegraph
editor, N. Y. Herald, 1901-1904; managing editor, N. Y.
Evening Telegram, 1904-1907; night editor N. Y. Herald
since 1907. Mem. Jackson (Mich.) Greys (militia),
1886-1889; Psl Upsilon fraternity. Recreations: Golf,
tennis, bicycling, fishing. Clubs: N. Y. Golf, Dun-
woodie Country (mem. B'd of Govs.). Address: Lowerre
Summit, Yonkers. N. Y.


Artist; b. Philadelphia, Oct. 2S, 1854; s. Appouos
Wolcott and Margaret (Belden) Harrison; ed. in
Philadelphia, and Paris, France; m. 1st, Eleatior
Ritchie, of Melbourne, Australia (died May, 1895); 2d,
Jenny Seaton Harrison, of Plymouth, Mass. Circum-
navigated the globe, 1889-1891, preparing Illustrated
papers for Scribner's and Harper's Magazines; spent
four years in Southern Calif., one year in Arizona,
two in New Mexico with the Pueblo Indians, and 12
years in France, Italy and Spain. Mem. Nat. Acad.
Design; dir. and prof, in Summer Sch. Art Students'
League of N. Y., at Woodstock, N. Y. ; mem. Nat. Inst.
Arts Letters, Soc. Am. Artists, Am. Federation of
Arts, hors coneours, Paris Salon; medals at Paris
Exp'n World's Columbian Exp'n, Chicago, 1893 Pan-
Am. Exp'n Buffalo, 1901. Purchase Exp'n, St. 'Louis
1905, at Washington, 1904, Philadelphia, 1907, etc. Has
ipalntings In public museums at Marseilles, France,
Philadelphia Acad. Fine Arts, Chicago Art Inst., St.
Louis Museum of Fine Arts, Detroit Museum of Fine
Arts, Indianapolis Museum of Fine Arts, Art Ass'n of
Nashville, Art Ass'n of Spartansburg, S. C, Art Ass'n
of Lincoln, Neb., and Oakland, Calif.; painter of Am.
landscape, making Winter scenes a specialty. Author:
Landscape Painting (Charles Scribner's Sons). Clubs:
Century, Salmagundi, London Authors, MacDowell,
Ends of the Earth, National Arts (hon. life mem.)
Address: 7 West 43d St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; Gov.-gen. Philippine Islands; b. N. Y. City,
Dec. IS, 1873; s. Burton and Constance (Cary) Harri-
son; ed. Cutler Sch.; grad. Yale, 1895; N. Y. Law Sch.,
LL.B., 1897. Instr. N. Y. Night Law Sch., 1897-1899;
mem. N. Y. Bar. Served in Spanish-Am. War as pri-
vate in Troop A, N. Y. Vol. Cav., May 19 to June 20,
1898; promoted capt. and ass't adj. -gen. U. S. Vols.;
serving until Jan. 31, 1899. Nominated by Democrats
and elected to 58th Congress from 13th Cong. dist.
Dem. nominee for lieut.-gov. of N. Y. in 1904; elected
to 60th Congress from 16th N. Y. Dist., Nov. 1906; re-
elected to 61st, 62d and 63d Congresses. Gov.-gen. of
Philippine Islands upon nomination of Pres. Wilson.
Aug. 26, 1913. Democrat. Clubs: Knickerbocker, Uni-
versity, Racquet and Tennis, Manhattan, Union Metro-
politan (Washington, D. C). Residence: 876 Fifth
Av. Address: Manila, P. I.


Banker; b. Philadelphia, May IS, 1879; s. Charles C.
and Ellen Nixon (Wain); ed. Wm. Penn Charter Sch.,
Philadelphia, 1889-1893; St. Paul's Sch. Concord,
N. H., 1894-1897; Univ. of Pa., A.B., 1901; m. Phila-
delphia, Dec. 22, 1906, Frances Roberts; children:
Harry W., Jr., Roberts. Mem. firm Charles C. Har-
rison, Jr., & Co. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem.
Delta Psi fraternity. Recreations: Hunting, polo.
Clubs: Philadelphia, Racquet, Radnor Hunt, Bryn
Manvr Polo. Residence: St. Davids, Pa. Address:
Lafayette BId'g., Philadelphia, Pa.


Educator; b. Orange, N. J., May 13, 1854; s. Joseph

D. and Mary A. Harrison; grad. Princeton Coll., A.B.,
1876, A.M.; m. Sacramento, Calif., July 11, 1888, Fran-
ces H. Tyrrell. Engaged in secondary ed'n since grad-
uation from coll.; associated with Arthur H. Cutler
in the Cutler Sch., N. Y. City. Republican; mem. Re-
formed (Dutch) Ch. Clubs: Century, Princeton, Bar-
nard. Address: 116 E. 93d St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. North Winfield, N. Y., 1871; s. Thomas

E. and Olive E. (Alexander) Harrison; grad. N. Y.
Homoe. Coll. and Hosp., M.D., 1895; m. Utica, N. Y.,
April 15, 1903, Delia D. Ellison; two sons Thomas
Duane, b. 1904, Leonard Arnold, b. 1910. Since 1S95"
engaged in med. practise; resident surgeon, Nat.
Homos. Hosp., Washington, 1895-1897: in gen. prac-
tice at Cooperstcwn, N. Y., 1897-1902; resident sur-
geon, N. Y. Ophthalmic Hosp., 1902-1903; since then
at Utica, N. Y. Pres. Otsego Home Telephone Co.,
pres. Delaware Otsego Independent Toll Line Co.
Mem. Am. Inst. Homoeopathy, State Homoe. Med.
Soc. of N. Y., Medical-Chirurg. Soc of Central N. Y.,
Utica Homoe. Med. Club, Am. Homoe. Ophthalmol.,
Otol. and Laryngol. Soc, etc. Mason. Mem. Mac-
cabees of ihe World. Address: 196 Genesee St.,
Utica, N. Y.




Lawyer; b. Allegheny City, Pa., July 5, 1S81; s.
John and Amelia (Williams) Harrison; grad. Colum-
bia Univ., A.B., A.M., LL.B.; m. Brooklyn, N. T., Nov.
1, 1905, Florence H. Burtis; one son; Donald Cuth-
bert, b. Oct. 13, 1907. Ass't counsel Public Service
Comm'n, 190S-1911. Examiner for Pres. of B'd of
Aldermen, N. Y. City (1911-1913); Deputy Comm'r
of Docks, N. T. City. Author: Harrison on N. Y.
Corporations. Independent Democrat; mem. Alpha
Chi Rho fraternity. Club: Citv (N. Y.). Address:
Pier A, North Kiver, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Univ. of Va., Mar. 2, 1850; s. Gessner
(M.D.) and Eliza Lewis Carter (Tucker) Harrison;
grad. Univ. of Va., M.A., 1S70; m. N. Y. City, Feb. 17,
1898, Maria Louise Duncan. Lawyer in general prac-
tice; mem. firm of Harrison, Elliott & Byrd; dir.
Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line R. R., Chesapeake &
Albemarle Canal Co., West Side Savings Bank, Law-
yers' Eng'ring Co., Northern Dispensary. Mem. B'd
of Ed'n, N. Y. City, appt'd by Mayor Low, Nov., 1901;
reaippt'd by Mayor McClellan, Nov., 1905 and toy
Mayor Gaynor, Nov., 1910. Democrat. Episcopalian.
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. State Bar Ass'n,
Am. Bar Ass'n, Seamen's Ch. Inst., Civil Service Re-
form Ass'n; trustee Protestant Episcopal Ch. Mem.
Soc. of St. Johnland, The Virginians, Phi Kappa Psi.
Clubs: University, National Arts, Church, Century,
Richmond County Country, National Democratic, St.
Andrew's Golf, Reform. Address: 59 Wall St., N.
Y. City.

Lawyer; b. Great Valley, Cattaraugus County N.
Y., July 23, 18B3; s. Rev. William H. and Almira
(Kellogg) Harrison; ed. dist. schools and Salamanca
High Schs. ; m. Salamanca, N. Y., June 8, 1898, Ida M.
Saddler; ehildren: Mabel A., b. July 29, 1899; Will-
iam N., b. June 20, 1901; Emily K., to. April 9, 1903.
School teacher 1SS6-1S91 in graded and high schools,
clerk Cattaraugus County, Surrogate's Court, 1892-
1894; sup't Indian Schools on the Allegany and Cat-
taraugus Reservations, 1895-Jan. 1, 1908; Justice of
the Peace in Great Valley 8 years; Justice of the
Peace in Salamanca 6 years; mem. B'd of Ed'n (pres.
1906-1910), dir. 1st Nat. Bank of Salamanca, N. Y.
Mem. Comm'n of Ed'n, mem. Water and Light Com.
since 1908; pres. Village of Salamanca, 1907. Repub-
lican. Royal Arch Mason, Knight Templar. Club:
Country. Address: Salamanca, N. Y.


Founder Harstrom School; b. Westeras, Sweden,
Dec. 20. 1S63; s. Carl Gustaf and Emilia (Fosberg)
Harstrom; ed. Peekskill (N. Y.) Mil. Acad., 1880; A.
B Hobart Coll., 1886; A.M., 1889; Ph.D., Yale Coll.,
1889; m. Phelps, N. Y.. June 20, 1888, Lee Selden
Partridge; children: Frances, b. 1S90; Carl Eric, b.
1892. Teacher for 29 years; founder and principal
Harstrom Sch. Traveled considerably in Europe. On
B'd of Estimate & Taxation, City of Norwalk, Conn.
Republican. Episcopalian. Junior warden Grace Ch.
Mem. Am. Philol. Ass'n, Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Theta
Delta Chi fraternity (pres. 5 years). Trustee Nor-
walk City Library. Recreation: Tennis. Clubs: Yale
(N. Y.), Norwalk Country. Address: 26 Prospect Av.,
Norwalk, Conn.

Banker; b. New Bedford, Mass.; s. Thomas Mandeir
and Sarah D. (Watson) Hart; attended Friends Acad.,
New Bedford, Mass., and Mass. Inst, of Technology,
class of 1889; m. Northampton, Mass., June 4, 1896,
Helen Bronson Hobbey; children: Helen Weld, to. 1898;
Gwendolyn, b. 1901; Francis R., Jr., b. 1903. Engaged
in eng'ring work in U. S., 1889-1S95, also in West
Indies and S. America; gen. mg'r Castagena Magde-
lena R'v in Colombia, S. America, 1891-1894, pres.
1S94-1907; v.-p. Old Colony Trust Co., Boston, 1895-
1910, chm'n B'd of Dirs. since 1910. V.-p. and dir.
Northern R'y of Costa Rica: trustee Worcester R'y
& Investment Co., Milton Savings Bank; dir. Am.
Trust Co., Bay State Trust Co., Naumkeag Trust Co..
Dallas Electric Light Corp'n, N. E. Casualty Co., Nipe
Bay Co., Pacific Commercial Co., Pere Marquette R. R.
Co., Santa Marta Fruit Co.. Saetia Fruit Co., United
Fruit Co., Tropical Fruit S. S. Co., United Electric
Securities Co., Woodward Iron Co.; pres. and dir.
Lowell Electric Light Corp'n. Mem. Mass. Inst, of
Technology (mem. Corp'n, treas. and chm'n Finance
Com.); trustee Milton Acad.; vice-consul Republic of
Colombia in Boston. Life fellow Royal Geog. Soc.
Clubs: St. Botolph, Country, Exchange, Engineers,
Technologv (Boston), National Arts (N. Y.). Resi-
dences: "Cragwold," Milton; Nonquitt, Mass., and
191 Bay State Road. Boston. Address: 17 Court St.,
Boston, Mass.


Social worker; b. Brookfleld, O., Dec. 14, 1851; s.
Dr. Albert Gaillord Hart, surg. 41st O. V. Inf.. and
Mary (Crosby) Hornell; grad. Cleveland, O, Inst.,
1867; A.B., Oberlin Coll., 1875; A.M., 1885; LL.D., 1898;
B.D. Andover Theol. Sem., 1880; m. 1st, New London,
O., 1S80, Mary A. Prosser (died 1881); 2nd, St. Paul,
Minn., 1886, Laura E. Love (died 1900); 3rd, Spring-
ville, Utah, 1902, Josephine M. Newton; children:
William P., to. 1881; Laurance H., b. 1887; Hornell N.,
b. 1888 (Civic Sec. City Club, Milwaukee); Helen L.,
b. 1890 (Head Worker St. Christopher House Settle-
ment, Toronto); Frances J., b. 1892; Elizabeth H., b.
1903; Albert G., b. 1909. Bookkeeper, Cleveland, O.,
1868-1871; clerk U. S. Indian Service, Sisseton Agency,
S. D., 1875-1877; ordained Cong'l ministry, 1880; pas-
tor, Worthington, Minn. 1880-1883; sec. Minn. State
B'd of Corrections and Charities, 1888-1898; sup't 111.
Children's Home and Aid Soc, Chicago, 1898-1908;
dir. Dep't Child-Helping, Russell Sage Foundation,
N. Y., since 1908. Pres. Nat'l Oonf. Charities and
Correction. 1893; gen. sec, 1894-1901. Lecturer, N. Y.
Sch. of Philanthropy and other similar sees. Inde-
pendent Republican. Congregationalist. IVrem. Loyal
Legion, Nat. Inst. Social Sciences, Nat. Conf. of Chari-
ties and Correction, Am. Prison Congress, Acad.
Polit. and Social Science; life mem. Exec Com. Nat.
Conf. of Charities and Correction; dir. Nat. Children's
Home Soc Residence: 7 Colden Ave., White Plains,
N. Y. Address: Russell Sage Foundation Bldg., Lex-
ington Ave. and 22d St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Princeton, N. J., 1S39; s. John Seely
and Amelia Caroline (Morford) Hart; grad. Princeton,
A.B., 1860, A.M., 1863 (L.H.D., 1900), Gottingen, J.U.D.,
1864; m. Cincinnati, 1883, Clara Doherty. Ass't prof,
modern languages, Cornell, 1868-1872; prof, modern
languages Univ. of Cincinnati, 1876-1890; prof. Eng-
lish language and literature, Cornell, 1890-1907. Re-
tired as professor emeritus, 1907. Has made several
visits to Germany, Switzerland, London, Dublin, Co-
penhagen, for purposes of study. Author: German
Universities; Syllabus of Anglo J Saxon Literature,
Handbook of English Composition; Essentials of Prose
Composition; The Development of Standard English
Speech, in Outline. Editor various German texts,
with notes, and revised edition of father's Manual of
Composition and Rhetoric. Translator of The Ama-
zon, a novel from the German of Franz Dingelstedt,
and of a work on Color, from the French of Cave.
Frequent contb'r of book reviews, etc., to The Nation,
and of Articles to magazines. Mem. Alpha Delta Phi
fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Am. Philos. Soc
(Philadelphia), Modern Language Ass'n of America,
Philological Society, London. Club: University (N. Y.
City). Address: Ithaca, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Utica, N. Y., June 25, 1881; s. H. Gilbert
and Lucy Lord (Kimball) Hart; grad. Harvard, A.B.,
1904; m. Utica, N. Y., Nov. 20, 1909, Katherine Mar-
garet Crouse. Dir. 1st Nat. Bank of Utica, N. Y.;
v.-p. Hart & Crouse Co. Progressive. Mem. N. Y. As-
sembly, 1907 (elected by 148 plurality in strong Dem.
dist.); N. Y. Assembly 1908, elected toy 1500 majority
same dist. Has traveled considerably in U. S. and
Europe. Clubs: Fort Schuyler, Yahnundasis (Utica),
University (N. Y. City). Address: Utica, N. Y.


Physician; b. Farmington, Conn., Feb. 25, 1869; s.
Charles Dangdon (M.D.) and Sarah (Franks) Hart, d.
Col. Theodore Franks, of Washington, D. C; grad.
Yale, A.B., 1891, M.A., 1893; Coll. Phys. and Surgs., Co-
lumbia Univ., M.D., 1S95; m. June 12, 1901, Mary Rob-
bins, of N. Y. City. Resident physician and surgeon
Presby'n Hosp. (N. Y. City), 1895-1897; also N. Y.
Lying-in Hosp. Dispensary, Hudson St. Hosp. Dis-
pensary, and St. Bartholomew's Dispensary, 1897-1900;
clinical ass't Dep't of Neurology, Vanderbilt Clinic,
1901-1906. Visiting physician to Seton Hosp., asso.
visiting physician to Presby'n Hosp. since 1910; instr.
physical diagnosis Coll. Phys. and Surg. (Columbia),
1905-1910; asso. in medicine 1910-1913; ass't prof, clin-
ical medicine, 1913. Author numerous scientific pa-
pers which have appeared in the current medical jour-
nals with researches mainly on the diseases of meta-
bolism, and .heart. Occupied in practice of internal
medicine in N. Y. City, making a specialty of diseases
of metabolism, and of the circulation. Fellow N. Y.
Acad. Medicine; mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. Pathol,
Soc. Internal Medicine, Am. Soc. for Advancement of
Clinical Investigation, Alumni Ass'n of Presby'n Hosp.,
Zeta Psi fraternity. Clubs: University, Omega. Ad-
dress 130 W. 59th St., N. Y. City.




Banker; b. N. Reading, Mass., Jan. 20, 1829; s. Daniel
and Margaret (Norton) Hart; ed. public sons.; m. 1850,
Elizabeth Snow; one d., Abigail S. (Mrs. C. W. Ernst),
b. 1851. Engaged in mercantile business; also pres.
Mt. Vernon Nat. Bank, Boston. Mem. Boston City
Council, 1879-1886; mayor of Boston, 1889, 1890, 1900,
1901; postmaster of Boston, 1901-1903. Republican.
Residence: (summer) Swampscott, Mass.; (winter)
298 Commonwealth Av., Boston. Address: 65 Bedford
St., Boston, Mass.

State senator; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 5, 1866; ed. pub.
schs. At age of 17 became identified with a N. Y.
City wholesale importing house where by close appli-
cation to his work, he rose to the position of head
office and confidential man, which position he held for
almost 20 years. Never held political office until 1905,
when he was nominated mem. of assembly and elect-
ed. In 1906 nominated for state senator and elected;
renominated 1908 and 1910 and elected. Mem. Royal
Arcanum, Ancient Order of United Workmen, Knights
of Columbus and the Elks. Residence: 35 Stevens St..
Astoria, N. Y.


Sculptor; ib. Albany, Sept. 23, 1815; s. Joseph and
Margaret (Scott) Hartley; ed. Albany Acad.; m. N. Y.
City, 1888, Helen Inness; five children. Entered upon
artistic career at an early age; mem. Nat. Acad. De-
sign since 1891; among his works are the Daguerre
monument at "Washington, D. C. ; the Ericsson monu-
ment, N. Y. City; the statue of Miles Morgan at Spring-
field, Mass.; Alfred the Great for the New Appellate
Court Bld'g, N. Y. City; Thomas K. Beecher, Elmira,
N. Y., and numerous others. Mem. Nat. Sculpture Soc.
(sec), Soc. of Am. Artists, Architectural League;
founder of Salmagundi Club of N. Y. City. Address:
14 W. 12th St, N. Y. City.


Prof, of Elec. and Mech. Eng'ring; b. Cochecton, N.
Y., Aug. 31, 1870; s. Francis E. and Pauline (Hoen-
ninger) Hartmann; grad. Cooper Union Night Sch.
(five-year Scientific Course) B.S., 1895; grad. 1898
from three-year course in Chemistry; post-grad, de-
gree E.E., 1903; work in mathematics N. Y. Univ., 1903.
City surveyor .1891-1894; computer Dep't Public Im-
provements, N. Y. City, 1894-1901; instr. of physics
and elec. eng'ring Cooper Union Day Sch. and Night
Sch., 1901-1905; ass't prof, physics and elec. eng'ring
Cooper Union Sch. of Science, 1905-1907; appt'd Dec,

1907, prof, physics and applied electricity; since May,

1908, in charge of Dep't and prof, of electrical and
mechanical eng'ring, Cooper Union Sch. of Science.
Consulting Work on Power for United Dressed Beef
Co., 1904; for the E. E. Carey Co., on Transformer
Iron 1907; developed the Five Year Course in Electri-
cal Eng'ring of the Cooper Union Night Sch. Author:
Elementary Mechanics for Eng'ring Students, Heat
and Thermo-dynamics, contributions to Electrical Re-
view. Mem. Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs. A.A.A.S. ; asso.
mem. Am. Physical Soc, Am. Inst. Elec. Eng'rs. Ad-
dress: Cooper Union, N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Columbu's, Ga. ; s. Philip Henry and Mary
Louise (Burrus) Hartmann; ed. private schs., Colum-
bus, Ga.; m. N. Y. City, 1898, Estelle Wright Hester of
S. C. Sec. Metropolitan Trust Co., dir. Northwestern
Consolidated Milling Co., N. Y., The Hecker Cereal Co.,
N. Y., The Southwestern Milling Co., N. J., Daisy
Roller Mills, Wis., Duluth-Superior Milling Co., Minn.
Has traveled extensively in U. S. and Can. Indepen-
dent Democrat. Mem. N. Y. Southern Soc, Am. Geog.
Soc. Residence: 1 W. 85th St. Address: 49 Wall St.,
N. Y. City.

Surgeon; b. Sussex, N. J., 1S69; s. Samuel S. and
Mary C. (Stiles) Hartwell; grad. Yale Univ., Ph.B.,
1889; M.D., 1892; m. Mrs. E. M. Fulton, Jr. (Mary But-
ler Green), 1910. On teachers' staff Cornell Med. Coll.,
N. Y. City, since 1898; ass't prof, surgery since 1911.
Visiting physician to Bellevue Hosp.; ass't visiting
surgeon Presiby'n Hosp.; consulting surgeon Lincoln,.
Lawrence, and United Hosps. First Lieut. U. S. A.;
Med. Reserve Corps. Presby'n. Mem. N. Y. Acad.
Medicine, Am. Coll. of Surgeons, Am. Med. Ass'n. Con-
tb'r to Current Literature on clinical and experimen-
tal surgical subjects. Clubs: University, Yale (N. Y.
City), Graduates (New Haven, Conn.), Army and Navy
(Washington, D. C). Address: 27 E. 63d St., N. Y.


Writer, editor; b. Brussels, Belgium, Dec. 25, 1868; s.
Alexander and Mary (Cameron) Harvey, both Ameri-

cans; ed. public sch. of Philadelphia; m. Jersey City, N.
J., April 7, 1895, Eva Augusta Schubert; children:
Julian, b. 1896; Herbert, b. 1901. Began newspaper
career as reporter on the Philadelphia Press; after
that on Philadelphia United Press and N. Y. Telegram,
later asso. editor Bacheller Newspaper Syndicate; ed-
itor Twentieth Century; sec. to Am. Diplomatic agent
and consul-general In Egypt; ass't Sunday editor N. Y.
Herald, foreign jditor Literary Digest; now asso. ed-
itor CuTrent Literature. Traveled in France, Italy,
England and Egypt. Has contributed to magazines;
was asso. editor on the staff of The Warner Library of
World's Best Books; compiled (with G. H. Warner) a
Dictionary of Authors. Republican; Presby'n. Clubs:
National Arts and Vagabonds. Residence: 312 Henry
St., Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. Address: 140 W. 29th
St., N. Y. City.


Artist, painter, sculptor; b. Ogden, Ohio, Sept. 23,
1860; s. William P. and Nancy (Moore) Harvey; ed.
public schc, McMicken Univ. of Cincinntal, O., Fine
Arts course; studied art at Academle Julian, Ecole
Delecleuse, Cour de Design (Jardin des Plaretes), under
Fremiet, Paris; m. Glen Loch, Pa., June 13, 1893, Mary
Anna Baker. Regular exhibitor at the Paris salons in
painting, and sculpture, 1894-1900; represented at
Paris Exb'n, 1900; Buffalo Exp'n, 1901; La. Purchase
Exp'n, 1904; bronzes of Playing Leopards and group of
Lion Cubs in private collections in Liverpool and Lon-
don; awarded gold medal Paris-Province Exb'n. 1900,
for picture, Orpheus Charming the Animals; Wana-
maker Prize for sculpture, Paris, 1900; medals for ex-
hibits at Pan-Am. and La. Purchase Exp'ns; awarded
comm'n by N. Y. Zool. Soc. for sculpture decorations
on the new Lion House, N. Y. Zool. Park; in 1906 the
N. Y. Met. Museum acquired his bronze piece, Lioness
and Cub Maternal Caress. Represented in St. Louis
Museum of Fine Arts by two pieces in sculpture: Lion
Roaring, and Jaguar Rampant; modeled the American
Elk, 1905. for Order of Elks; Young GTevhound
"Adonis," U'05; series of Bears, "Rex"; Diana of the
Chase," with Greyhounds; "Discord," gladiator, com-
batting lion and serpent, 1908; "Maternal Protection."
lioness with cubs; Concord, Paix, and other bronzes;
pair of lions for Eaton Mausoleum, Toronto; and Elk
Fountain; Two Figures, Goddess of the Fields, (Agri-
culture); American Mechanic, (Skilled labor); Lion of
the Arena, (for Municipal Bld'g); A Puma: The
Passing, American Bison and Indian; Greyhound Re-
cumbent, Adonis; Bowk-ends (or rests) Bear Reading.
Portraits: Ex-Pres. William A. Camp, N. Y. Clearing
House; Ex-Gov. Anderson, Ky. ; Judge Cox. of U. S.
Circuit Court; Senator Savage, Ohio, and others. Inde-
pendent in politics. Mem. N. Y. Municipal Art Soc;
charter mem. Am. Art Ass'n. Paris; N. Y. Zool. Soc. N.
Y. Architectural League: Nat. Sculpture Soc; mem.
Am. Federation of ATts. Wash., D. C; Sch. Art League;
N. Y., Les Anciene de L'Academie Julian. Address: The
Benedick. SO E. Washington Sq., N. Y. City.


Editor, publisher; b. Peacham, Vt., Feb. 16. 1864; s.
Duncan and Margaret S. (Varnum) Harvey; ed.
Peacham Acad.; degree LL.D., conferred by Erskine
Coll., 1904; Univ. of Nevada. Univ. of Vermont; m.
Peacham, Vt., Oct. 13, 1887, Alma A. Parker. Was re-
porter for Springfield. Republican, Chicago News, and
N. Y. World; mn'g editor N. Y. World; constructor and
pres. various electric railroads: bought Mar., 1899,
North American Review, of which has since (been ed-
itor; became pres. Harper & Bros., 1900. Elected trus-
tee Stevens' 'Inst., 1903. Independent Democrat. Clubs:
New York, Lotos, Turf and Field, Racquet, Metropoli-
tan, Lawyers. London. Devonshire, Atlantic. Residence:
Deal Beach. N. J. Address: Harper & Bros., Franklin
Sq., N. Y. City.


Consul; b. Fort Ann, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1843; s. John
Hamilton and Harriet Harvey; ed. North Granville and
Aurora Acad.; m. Buffalo, N. Y., 1881, Annie Louise
Keene. Flour and grain .merchant; prop'r Buffalo City-
Flouring Mills for 20 years. Appt'd consul at Fort
Erie, Canada, June 1, 1902. Mem. Buffalo Merchants'
Exchange. Address: Fort Erie, Ont., Canada.


Clergyman; b. Corry, Pa., s. James William and
Sarah (Lewis) Harvey; grad. Corry High Sch., 1880;
Antioch Coll., Yellow Springs, Ohio, A.B., 18S6, A.M..
1889; Harvard Univ., B.D., 1889; m. Raymond, Ohio.
Dec. 25, 1S89, Lulu Cranston; one son: Philip Cranston,
b. Aug. 3, 1892. Settled as minister of Unitv Soc, Cin-
cinnati, Ohio, Sept. 1, 1889, to Sept. 1, 1891; ordained
Feb. 5, 1890, settled over Unity Ch., Des Moines, la..
Sept. 1, 1891. to May 1, 1897; Erie, Pennsylvania (First
Unitarian Ch.), March 1, 1898-Feb., 1905; sec. for Am.



Unitarian Ass'n, 1905-1907, Meadville Dist.. minister

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