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Fourth Unitarian Ch of Brooklyn, since Jan., 1907.
Sec. Unitarian Conf. of Middle States and Canada.
Address: 79S Elmore PI., Brooklyn, N. T.


Physician and surgeon; b. Bangor, Franklin County,
N. Y., June 18, 1854; s. Hiram and Marianne (Bigelow)
Harwood; ed. common sch.; Oswego State Normal Sch. ;
Med. Dep't Univ. of Vermont; grad. Medical Coll., June,
1S81, M.D.; m. Chasm Falls, Malone, N. Y., Dec. 1882,
Mrs. Mahala (Averill) Martin; children: Frank Stowell,
b Feb 17, 1890 (died Dec. 17. 1S90) ; Wesley Bigelow, b.
July 17. 1895 (student Cornell Univ., Ithaca). Common
country practitioner. Practised in the Adirondacks, 32
years. Served as county chm'n, county sec, delegate to
State Prohibition Convs. Author: Geneal. Histories of
all three branches of New England Harwoods, pub-
lished in 3 volumes, 1912. Has also been a contlVr
from bovhood to various newspapers and other publi-
cations. Mem. Franklin County Med. Ass'n (pres.),
Northern N. Y. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State Med. Ass'n,
Franklin County Hist. Soc. Mem. Grange, Maccabee,
Forester, Good Templar, Empire State Soc. of S. A. R.,
Mason, Odd Fellow, Church trustee, Health Officer of
the town of Duane for 28 years past. Prohibitionist;
Methodist Episcopalian. Address: Chasm Falls, Ma-
lone, N. Y.

Lawyer; b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Jan 4, 1852; s. Alf re
and Margaret Ann (Manning) Hasbrouck; ed. Harvard
Coll., A.B., cmn laude, 1872 (Phi Beta Kappa); m. Bath,
N. H., Oct. 10, 1S76 Esther Jackman; children: Ross, b.
Oct. 4, 1877; Alfred, b. Dec. 4, 1879; Olga, b. March
17, 18S4; Elsa, b. Nov. 5, 1887. Engaged in gen.
practice of law. Made trip to Holland in summer of
1888, with a party of members of Holland Soc. of N. Y.,
trip extended to Paris, the Rhine and Cologne; tour of
England, Scotland and Ireland, and to Paris in summer
of 1903; treas. City of Poughkeepsie. 18S7-1S8S; post-
master at Poughkeepsie, April 1, 1S95, to March 31,
1899; corp'n counsel, City of Poughkeepsie, Jan., 1907-
Dee. 31, 1907; elected county judge of Dutchess County
for term of six years from Jan. 1. 1908. Democrat.
Mem. Reformed (Dutch) Ch. Trustee and chm'n House
Com. of Pringle Memorial Home at Poughkeepsie, N.
Y., for indigent, literary, old men. Was a founder and
for twenty-four years pres. Apokeepsing Boat Club;
was a founder and first sec Amrita Club (social), a
charter mem. of the Dutchess Club (social), and for
many vears has been and is pres. Euterpe Glee Club,
all of Poughkeepsie, and pres. of local University Clulb.
Has been v.-p. and pres. Holland Soc. of N. Y., now
trustee. Mem. Sons of Revolution of N. Y. Club: Uni-
versity (N. Y. City). Address: Poughkeepsie, N. Y.


Jurist; b. Esopus, Ulster Co., N. Y., Feb. 19, I860; s.
Josiah and Ellen (Blauvelt) Hasbrouck; ed. public
schools, New Paltz Acad., Rutgers Coll., A.B., 1880,
A.M., 1S83; student Columbia Law Sch., 1881-1882; also
studied law in office; m. Kingston. N. Y., 1886, Julia
M. Munn; children: Annie, Elsie, Ellen. Admitted to
bar State of N. Y., 18S2, and has since practised law
at Kingston, N. Y. Mem. N. Y. State Assembly, 1884-
1S85; corp'n counsel City of Kingston, 1887-1894; dep-
uty att'y-gen., N Y. State, 1894-1899; judge Court of
Claims 1902-1904 (presiding judge, 1903-1904); justice
Supreme Court State of N. Y. for 3d Jud. Dist., under
apptm't of Gov. Odell, 1904-1905; elected justice of
Supreme Court State of N. Y., for term expiring 192G.
Republican. Mem. B'd Mg'rs New Paltz Normal Sch.;
mem. Holland Soc. Clubs: Down Town, N. Y. Athletic
(N Y Citv), Rondout, Albany Country (Albany).
Kingston (Kingston). Twaalfskill Golf. Address: 37
Liberty St., N. Y. City.

Lawyer; b. New Paltz, N. Y., Aug. 5, 1870; s. Jacob
M. and Sarah E. (Penniman) Hasbrouck; grad. Cornell
Univ., B.L, 1890, Cornell Law Sch.. LL.B., 1892; un-
married. Democrat. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.,
Holland Soc; Phi Gamma Delta. Clubs: Cornell Uni-
versity, Baltusrol Golf. Address: 63 Wall St., N. Y.

Born N. Y. City, 1861; s. Samuel and Mary Frances
(Amory) Haskell; ed. public schools, Holbrook's Mil.
Acad.; m. N. Y. City, Dec. 9, 1891, Margaret Moore
Riker; children: Mary Riker, Amory Lawrence, Mar-
garet Riker. Formerly pres. Repauno Chemical Co.,
Hercules Powder Co., and officially connected with
other corp'ns; now v.-p. E. I. du Pont de Nemours
Powder Co. Served in 12th Reg't, N.G.N.Y., as 2d
lieut., 1st lieut. and capt. Mem. Nat. B'd for Promo-
tion of Rifle Practice. Independent; Episcopalian.
Mem. N. Y. Hist. Soc, Mil. Order Loyal Legion. Pres.

Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hosp. Clubs: Metro-
politan, Riding, Racquet and Tennis, City Mid-day,
Rumson Country. Residence: 130 E. 01st St. Address:
140 Cedar St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 5, 1878; s. Robert
B. and Monrovia (Grayson) Haskell; grad. Hempstead
(L. I.) High Sch., 1894; attended Ithaca (N. Y.) High
Sch., 1894-1S95, N. Y. Law Sch., 1896-1897, Cornell
Univ. (Coll. of Law), LL.B., 1898; m. Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Oct. 8, 1902, Aleda C. Baylis; children: Louise C. Has-
kell, b. Sept. 2, 1904; Roger Haskell, b. April 6, 1909.
Admitted to Bar Oct., 1899, and has continuously b"een
engaged in general practice of law in N. Y. City.
Counsel to the County Clerk of Kings County during
1908 and 1909; was Borough Sec. of Borough of Brook-
lyn. Republican. Exec. mem. Twenty-third Assembly
Dist., Kings County. Served with 22d N. Y. Vols. In
Spanish-Amer. War as a private, Co. M, July 5-Oct.
24, 1898. Served in 13th Reg't, N.G.N. Y., Co. I and
Co. G, 1899-1902, as private, corporal and sergeant.
Congregationalism Mason. Mem. Brooklyn Bar Ass'n,
Royal Arcanum, I. O. O. F., Knights of Pythias. Delta
Chi fraternity, Clinton Commandery No. 14, Knights
Templar, Kismet Temple. Mem. Fulton Street B'd of
Trade, St. Patrick and Emerald Socs., Cornell Ass'n of
Brooklyn. Clubs: Union League, Invincible, 23d As-
sembly Dist. Rep. Residence: 1216 Herkimer St. Ad-
dress: 44 Court St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, 1875; s. Robert B. and Mon-
rovia S. Haskell; grad. Cornell Univ., B.L, 1897, N. Y.
Law Sch., LL.B., 1899; m. Oreola Williams (A.B.. Cor-
nell). Admitted to bar, 1899. During war with Spain,
served as a war correspondent N. Y. Herald in Porto
Rico, and upon return began practice of law in Brook-
lyn, N. Y., where has since been located. Republican
nominee for Congress in the 7th N. Y. Cong. Dist.,
1904. Prominent as Progressive in Kings County. Ad-
dress: 44 Court St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Architect; b. Detroit, Mich., Dec 19, 1869; s. Ezra
and Celestia A. (Cook) Haskell; ed. Grammar Sch., No.
35, N. Y. City, Coll. City of N. Y., Cooper Union, Atelier
Masqueray Beaux Arts Society; m. Oct. 15, 1891, IM.
Ella Millspaugh; children: William Philip, b. 1892; AI-
vin Ezra, b. 1895; Ella Adele, b. 1897. Entered office of
George E. Harding to study architecture, 1887; entered
office of Ralph S. Townsend, 1894; appt'd deputy sup't
school buildings, Boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx,
1896; sp'l partner with Ralph S. Townsend, 1898, in-
corporated Townsend, Steinle & Haskell, architects,
190o, of which is v.-p. Enlisted Co. B, 71st Reg't, May
16, 1890; warrant corporal, Jan. 27, 1893; serg't, Mar.
14, 1895; comm'd capt., 171st Inf., N.G.N.Y., June 3,
1898. Independent in politics; Presbyterian. Mem.
Architectural League, Am. Inst, of Architects, Michi-
gan Soc, N. Y. Sketch Club, Chancellor Walworth
Lodge, No. 271, F. and A. M., Jerusalem Chapter 8,
R. A. M., Veterans Ass'n 71st Reg't, N.G.N.Y. Ad-
dress: Marbridge Bldg., Broad-way and 34th St. N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Falmouth, Me., April 28, 1870; s. Rev.
William Henry and Ellen M. (Cary) Haskell; grad.
Phillips Acad., Andover, Mass., 1888, Yale, A.B., 1892,
Yale Law Sch., LL.B., 1894; m. Church of the Heavenly
Rest, N. Y. City, April 10, 1901, Minna Gans; one son,
William H., b. 1902. Counsel and v.-p. of Am. Game
Protective Ass'n. Mem. Ass'n Bar, City of N. Y., Alpha
Delta Phi fraternity. Clubs: University, Ardsley, Drug
and Chemical. Address: Woolworth BId'g, 233 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Banker; pres. and trustee Citizens Savings Bank,
City of N. Y. Republican. Mem. Reformed Ch. Ex-
adjutant 47th Reg't, N.G.N.Y., Brooklyn; ex-pres. and
mem. 47th Reg't Veteran Ass'n. Clubs: Union League
(N. Y. City), Hanover (Brooklyn). Residence: 385
Franklin Av., Brooklyn. Address: 58 Bowery, N. Y.


Artist; b. Boston, 1869; studied art in Boston and
Paris. Mem. Ten American Painters, Socit6 Nationale
des Beaux Arts, Paris; The Secessions, Munich; Am.
Water Color Soc, and Water Color Club. Received
medals at Paris, 1889; Munich, 1892; Chicago, 1893;
Philadelphia. 1894 and 1899; Pittsburgh, 1899; Paris,
1900; Buffalo Pan-Amer. Exp'n, 1901; St. Louis, 1904;
Pittsburgh, 1905. Prizes at Boston, 1890 and 1895, of
the Boston Art Club; Cleveland Art Ass'n, 1896; Webb
Prize, Soc. of Am. Artists, 1895; Pittsburgh, Carnegie
Inst., 1S99; Carnegie Prize Soc. Am. Artists, 1906.



Represented ir permanent collection of Corcoran Gal-
lery, Pa. Acad. Pine Arts, Carnegie Inst., Pittsburgh,
Cincinnati Museum, Buffalo Fine Arts Acad., Boston
Art Club, Worcester Art Museum, Metropolitan Mu-
seum of Art, N. Y., Nat. Gallery, Washington, Freer
Collections, Washington, etc. Address: 130 W. 57th
St., N. Y. City.


Librarian; b. Milwaukee, Wis.; d. Herman B. and
Adelaide (Trentlage) Hasse; is a specialist in history
of parliamentary publications; librarian U. S. office of
public documents, Washington, D. C, 1895-1897; same
dep't public documents, N. Y. Public Library, since
1897; in 1902 discovered Bradford's Journal (1693), one
of the "lost" books; compiled, 1903, Bibliography o
the Official Publications of Colonial New York,
1693-1776; 1904-1912; edited "Index to Economic Mate-
rial in Documents of the States of U. S." (11 vols.),
1908; compiled "Bibliography of Archives of 13 Ori-
ginal States." Mem. Am. Hist. Ass'n, Am. Library
Ass'n, Bibliog. Soc. of Am. Address: 476 Fifth Ave.,
N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. Mendham, N. J., May 31, 1853; s. Thomas
S. and Fanny (de Groot) Hastings; ed. private schools.
N. Y. City; m. Oct. 14, 1S75, Caroline Fanning; one son:
Charles F., b. Sept. 21, 1876. V.-p. and dir. Commercial
Acetylene Co., Commercial Acetylene R'y, Light and
Signal Co.; dir. Blangas Co. of America, Atlantic Blan-
gas Co., Regal Oil and Gas Co., March Oil Co., Amazon
Wireless Telephone and Telegraph Co., Thos. B. Brown
& Son, U. S. Ru'biber Co. Presby'n. Trustee N. Y. Mag-
dalen Benevolent Soc, Hahnemann Hosp., Flower
Hosp.; pres. and dir. Russian Symphony Orchestra; dir.
Oratoria Soc, N. Y. Symphony Soc. Clubs: City, Men-
delssohn Glee, Singers, Indian Harbor Yacht, Seawan-
haka-Corinthian (trus.). Residence: 15 W. 50th St.,
Address: 80 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Insurance manager; b. Boston, April IS, 1855. Began
insurance experience in Boston office of the Liverpool
and London and Globe Ins. Co., 1873-1876; in home
office of the Commonwealth Ins. Co. of Boston, 1876-
1882; sp'l agent for N. E. and N. Y. for Boylston Ins.
Co., 1882-1889; N. E. sp'l agent for Continental Ins. Co.
of N. Y., 1889-1890; sp'l agent for Southern New Eng-
land, 1890-1892, and gen'l agent at home office, 1892-
1899, with Nat. Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn.; since
1899, ass't mg'r at N. Y. City of U. S. Branch of the
North British and Mercantile Ins. Co. of London, Eng.
Residence: 342 W. 85th St. Address: 76 William St.,
N. Y. City.


Physician; b. St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 29, 1S73; s. Samuel
Weston and Frances Augusta (Wood) Hastings; ed.
public schs., Morris Acad., Morristown, N. J.; Johns
Hopkins Univ., A.B., 1894; Johns Hopkins Med. Sch.,
M.D., 1898; m. Yonkers, N. Y, Oct 6, 1909, Athenia Agnes
Belknap. Resident house physician Johns Hopkins
Hosp.; pres. and dir. Russian Symphony Orchestra;
Maine, in South Africa and China, 1899-1901; in prac-
tise of medicine in N. Y. City since 1901. Prof, clinical
pathology, Cornell Univ. Med. Coll., N. Y. City; ass",
attending physician Bellevue Hosp.; contb'r to med.
literature; mem. N. Y. Acad. Medicine, Harvey Soc, Am.
Ass'n of Pathologists and Bacteriologists, Am. Soc. for
Advancement of Clinical Investigation, Nat. Ass'n for
the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis; fellow A, A.
A. S. Clubs: City, West Side Tennis. Address: 172 E.
71st St., N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 8,
1863; s. Charles B. and Sarah Adelaide (Leffingwell)
Hatch; ed. Univ. of Rochester, B.Sc; Univ. of Pa., M.D.,
and abroad in Germany, France and England, F. R. M.
S. (London); received Medical News prize at U. of P.,
May 1, 1888, and the Geo. B. Wood gold medal the same
year; m. Hoboken, N. J., July 8, 1902, Nancy ElmaGas-
ser; one son: John Leffingwell Hatch, Jr., b. Sept. 15,
1905. Engaged in gen'l med. practise in N. Y. City. Was
sanitary insp. Port of Antwerp, Belgium, in U. S. Ma-
rine Hosp. Service during cholera epidemic of 1892-
1893. Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Pathol. Soc. of
Phila.; fellow Royal Micros. Soc. of Great Britain, Reno
Vesical Soc. of N. Y.; mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon and
T. N. E. fraternities. Late lecturer on bacteriology and
demonstrator of morbid anatomy, Univ. of Pa.; adjunct
prof, laryngology in N. Y. Clinical Sch. of Medicine,
ass't in the Genito-Urinary Clinic, Post-Graduate
Hosp., N. Y. City. Has contributed largely to med. lit-
erature, in magazine articles, monographs, brochures,
etc Recreations: Literature and music. Address: 30
W. 51st St.,N. Y. City.


Clergyman, educator; b. Camden, X. J., Aug. 2, 1875;
s. Adolphus D. and Rose M. (Powell) Hatch; grad.
Harvard, A.B. 1898, A.M. 1899, Ph.D. 1904; B.D. Episco-
pal Theol. Sch., Cambridge, 1902, and Harvard, 1906;
m. Hartford, N. Y., 1906, Marion L. Townsend. Or-
dered deacon, 1902, and ordained presbyter 1903 in
Episcopal ministry; now in the Gen'l Theol. Sem., N. Y.
City. Prof, of language and literature of the N. T.
Democrat; unsuccessful candidate for Assembly from
Washington Co., N. Y., 1903. Episcopalian. Mem. Soc.
Biblical Literature and Exegesis, Phi Beta Kappa. Resi-
dence and address 6 Chelsea Sq., N. Y. City.


Pres, Am. Bridge Co.; b. Philadelphia, June 11. 1863;
s Daniel Keyser and Margaret (Alexander) Hatfield;
u in T . p , ub J lc and P riv ate schs. in Philadelphia and at
^c 11 ,!, 11 Sch Pottstown. Pa.; m. Pottstown, Nov. 8,
188S, Mary Ellen Byers. Entered service of Pottstown
Iron Co. as office boy, 1880, remaining in that service
16 years, during which advanced to position of general
sales agent of the company; later with Pencoyd Iron
Works, 1896, becoming N. Y. agent, 1898-1900; ass't to
Pin?' Am ' Brld s;e Co^ of N. Y., 1900; pres. same since
1901; also v.-p Am. Bridge Co. of N. J.; pres. N. J. Steel
and Iron Co.; dir Empire Bridge Co., A. & P. Roberts
Co., Canadian Bridge Co., Philadelphia & Pencoyd R. R.
V-" P Vj"lHJ h Coal Mm ing Co. Republican; Presby'n.
Mem. Met. Museum of Art, Pa. Soc Clubs: Engineers
Lawyers, N. Y. Yacht. Residence: 1 W. 81st St Ad-
dress: 30 Church St., N. Y. City.

^' ; ,- b - /?' Y - s City ' Feb - 22 - 1866 ; s. Robert Frank
and Celia (Losee) Hatfield; ed. public schs.; m. Fort

H ^ mll iK' N .- 2" P ct -o 17 - 1891 - Anna M - Stiliwell; one
son: Robert G b. 1894. Mem. firm Hatfield & Bell;
pres. and dir. Bay Ridge Development Co., Bay Ridge
.savings & Loan Ass'n; sec. and dir. Long Island Bot-
tlers Ass n, Inc. ; dir. Am. Bottlers' Pub. Co. Democrat
M a w n TW. me K' 0yal Arcanum, Foresters of America,
w%Z wi re ^ t ^f^P 4 Firemen's Ass'n, Bay Ridge &
Fort Hamilton Citizens' Ass'n; trustee Firemen's Ass'n

lyn N." C Y : St- Address: 317 97th St" BVook- -


Consul; b Deposit, N. Y., March 31, 1874; s. Charles
- B 1 < sq? Il A a M <G i r ?? 1 t) J?^ na 1 w n av; srad. Yale Univ.,
A ?i' fLfr' 1901 ' S h ; D -L 1902 ; m - Marietta, Ohio
IS^i-i a> S P , r - an ^ e , s , E1 ,^ a beth Warner. Ass't prof.
English Adelphi Coll., 1902-1903; tutor in English.
Columbia Univ. (Graduate Sch.), 1903-1905- instr Eng-
lish and law, U. S. Naval Acad., 1905-1911; appt'd Con-
sul Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, Aug 19 1911
and Consul to Hull, Eng., Nov., 1913. Published- The
Alchemist of Ben Jonson (Henry Holt & Co.) 1903
Address: Olyphant, Pa.


TTrn?fi Cia ^i b \ N lT Y " ? an " 7 > 1851; s. Christopher and
Frances (Ebler) Haupt; grad. Univ. Med. Coll., N. Y.
City; unmarried. House physician St. Peters Hosp.,
?Q r a 0l H y n ' 1 877 -1"8;, house physician St Francis Hosp.
18,8-1882; now visiting physician to St. Francis Home
i? r A ?ed and Incurables. Mem. B'd Mg'rs of German
Fa ^ 11 ^. of N - T - Cit X- mem - B ' d * Ed'n since eb ,
a c V-. m n 5 om V P sp?1 schs - s years. Mem. Am. -Med
Ass I \ T C S un . ty - ed - Soc - State Med. Soc, Am. Geog.
Soc, N. Y. Acad, of Science, German Med. Soc. Clubs-

?fo"i bl i o a J?' c. Al \? n V Beethoven Mannerchor. Address:
2.J2 E. 19th St., N. Y. City.


tj, Electrical eng'r educator; b. Solingen, Germany,
neb. 27, 1886; s. Hugo and Anna (Reutershan) Haus-
mann; grad. Cooper Union, B.S., 1907; Brooklyn Polv
Inst., E.E., 1908; N. Y. Univ., M.S., 1910, Sc.D., 1911- m.
Brooklyn, Nov. 27, 1911, Augusta C. Kohlhaas. Elec-
trician with Willyoung & Gibson Co., Electrical Test-
ing Laboratories and Nat. Electric Signalling Co 1904-
1907; Instr. physics and elec. eng'ring, Brooklyn Poly.
Inst., 1908-1912; ass't prof, of physics and elec,
eng'ring, Brooklyn Poly. Inst., since 1912; mem. Grad-
uate Faculty, N. Y. Univ., since 1911; in charge Dep't
Physics, N. Y. Univ., summer 1912. Lutheran. Au-
thor: Electric Wave Propagation and Distortion Along
Conductors, 1911; joint author: Alternating Current
Machines. 1908; Dynamo Electric Machinery, 1910;
Electric Traction and Transmission Engineering, 1912
Mem. Am. Inst. Elec Eng'rs; v.-p. Dep't of Electricity,
Brooklyn Inst, of Arts & Sciences, since 1909; sec
Poly. Alumni Ass'n; contb'r to scientific periodicals.
Address: Polytechnic Inst.. Brooklyn N Y.

Railroad lighterage; b. N. Y. City, April 15. 1876;
s. Theodore Augustus and Emily (de Losey) Have-



meyer; grad. Yale, 1900; m. Newport, R. I., July 11,
1900, Charlotte A. G. Whiting-; children: Carlotta, Hen-
ry O. 3d, Florence H., Frederick Christian, 3d. Sec.
and treas. N. J. and N. Y. Investment and Improve-
ment Co.; pres. Alaska Copper and Coal Co., Brooklyn
Eastern Dist. Terminal; dir. Mechanics & Metals Nat.
Bank's. Old Point Comfort Hotel Co. Republican.
Roman Catholic. Clubs. Yale N. Y. Yacht, Darchmont
Yacht, Tuxedo, Racquet and Tennis, City Midday
Knickerbocker, Address: 129 Front St., N. Y. City.


Merchant, sugar refiner; b. N. Y. City, 1833; s. Will-
iam F. and Sarah A. Havemeyer; ed. private schools
and prepared tor college at Columbia Coll. Grammar
Sch., but, owing to failing eyesight, was unable to
complete college course; m. 1872, Alice Alide Fran-
cis. In 1854 assumed responsibility of office work at
sugar refinery of Havemeyer & Moller; in 1856 es-
tablished sugar refinery in Brooklyn and commenced
business for himself, but later sold out and became
connected with Havemeyer & Moller again; in 1871
engaged in sugar refining business in Greenpoint,
L. I., -with brother. Hector C., as Havemeyer & Co.;
continued until 1880, when failing health obliged him
to retire. In past years has been trustee and dir. in
railroad and other corp'ns and various benevolent
socs. Writer and speaker on polit., moral and relig-
ious topics; wrote monographs on: The Relation of
the United States to Armenia; Why I Vote for Han-
cock; Study of Labor Unions; Patriotism; In Time of
Peace Prepare for War; The Needs of the Church from
a Layman's Standpoint; What Is Love of Country?;
Ministers and Laymen; Purpose and Proper Observ-
ance of the Lord's Supper; Study of the Apostles'
Creed; Religious Truth is Substance and Not Shadow;
letter to Pres. Woodrow Wilson concerning a just
settlement of questions connected with Mexico and
other countries, and biography prepared through the
agency of friends nearly completed and ready for pub-
lication. Address: 58 Lamartine Av., Yonkers, N. Y.


Sugar refiner; b. N. Y. City; grad. Columbia Coll.,
1891; m. Katherine Aymar Sands. Pres. and dir. Am.
Generator Co.; treas. and dir. Brooklyn Elevator &
Milling Co., N. J. & N. Y. Realty & Improvement Co.;
dir. City Investing Co.. Kentucky Coal Lands Co.. N. Y.
Investment & Improvement Co. Mem. Delta Psi fra-
ternity. Clubs: Metropolitan, St. Anthony's, West-
chester County Country. Meadow Brook, Racquet and
Tennis. Residence: 11 E. 84th St. Address: 129 Front
St., N. Y. City.


Banker; s. George Griswold and Fanny (Arnot) Ha-
ven; grad. Yale Coll., 1887; m. Elizabeth S. Ingersoll.
Mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange, firm of Strong, Sturgis
& Co.; dir. Charleston and Ohio River Co.. and U. S.
Mortgage & Trust Co. Clubs: Metropolitan, Univer-
sity, Knickerbocker, Racquet and Tennis, Ardsley. Ca-
sino, Down Town, University Athletic, Union, Riding.
N. Y. Yacht, Garden City Golf. Residence: 6 E. 53d
St. Address: 36 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; t>. Sangerfield, Oneida Co., N. Y., Oct.
13, 1873; s. A. Garrison and Frances M. (Bartholomew)
Haven; ed. public sens.; grad. Waterville (N. Y.) Acad.,
1891; Amherst Coll., B.A., 1895; M.A., 1906; Auburn
Theol. Sem., 1898; post-grad, course N. Y. Univ., 1906-
1910; m. Auburn, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1898, Edna Hall Costa;
children: Edward Garrison, b. Aug. 29. 1900, Frances
Lelia, b. Aug. 7, 1903, George Costa, b. June 1, 1907,
Helen Edna, b. Jan. 1, 1913. Ordained Mav 20. 1898;
pastor Wellsville N. Y. Cong'l Ch., 1898-1902; Patch-
ogue, D. I., Cong'l Ch., 1902-1911, Waterville, N. Y.,
Presby'n Ch., since 1913. Justice of the Peace, Town
of Sangerfield, N. Y., since 1912. Editor Amherst Stu-
dent, 1894-1895; Auburn Sem. Review, 1896-1898; tutor
in psychology and ethics, Auburn Theol. Sem., 1896-
1897; commencement speaker, same. May, 1898; mem.
Utica. N. Y., Presbytery, Alpha Delta Phi fraternity,
Amherst chapter; Am. Bible Soc, Am. B'd of Comm'rs
for Foreign Missions, Cong'l Home Missionary Soc,
Cong'l Sunday Sch. and Publishing Soc. Address::
Sangerfield, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Westfield, Mass., Jan. 30, 1856; s.
Gilbert and Mary (Ingraham) Haven; ed. public schs.,
Maiden. Mass.; Boston Latin Sch., Wilbraham (Mass.)
Acad., Wesleyan Univ.. Middletown; Boston Univ. Sch.
of Theology; m. Newton Center, Mass., April 25, 1904,
Minnie Speare; one d. : Gladys. Has traveled in the
interest of the Am. Bible Soc. in foreign countries;
corr. sec. same. Methodist. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa
Soc; trustee Wilbraham Acad., Boston Univ., Wesleyan

Univ., Drew Theo.'.. Sem. and Bureau of Missions.
Clubs: Quill, Nat. Arts. Residence: Summit, N. J. Ad-
dress: Bible House, Astor PI., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, lecturer, author; b- Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 8,
1S54; s. Peter Augustus and Mary (Morris) Hawes; de-
scendant of Edward Hawes. who came from England
in 1635 and settled in Mass. Bay Colony, and of a
number of Colonial and Revolutionary officers; grad.
Amherst Coll., A.B., 1876; m. June 1, 1903, Gertrude
Newman Dunlop, of Kansas City, Mo. Admitted to
N. Y. Bar, 1S7S; has been connected as trial counsel
with many important litigations and celebrated cases,
including the fight over the production of "Parsifal,"
in which was engaged to represent interests of Frau
Cosima Wagner (widow of the composer Richard Wag-
ner); was also connected with the legal controversy
between Ernesto Biondi, the sculptor, and the Metro-
politan Museum of Art, over the famous group of
statuary known as "Saturnalia"; specialist in corp'n
and real estate law; also att'y for Torrens Title Ins.
Co. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n; N. Y. State Bar Ass'n; N. Y.
County Lawyers' Ass'n, Am. Soc. Internat. Law, Soc.
Med. Jurisprudence, Medico-Legal Soc, Dwight Alumni
Ass'n; for six years was one of the lecturers connected

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