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with the B'd of Ed'n and delivered series of lectures
in the Law Sch.; contb'r to the Green Bag, Albany
Law Journal, Am. Lawyer and Banker, Case & Com-
ment, Ins. Times and other periodicals; author of "Ed-
ward Hawes the Emigrant and Some of His Descend-
ants," "A Source of Danger to Banks," etc. Mem.
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Soc Sons of Revolution, Soc.
Colonial Wars. Order of Founders and Patriots, N. Y.
Hist. Soc, Geneal. and Biog. Soc, New England Soc.
Clubs: Amherst, West Side Republican, Bensonhurst
Yacht. Residence: 596 West End Ave. Address: 2
Rector St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Chatham, Mass., July 9, 1S44; s. James
and Susannah (Taylor) Hawes; grad. Harvard Coll.,
1866, head of his class; attended Harvard Law Sch.,
and at same time instr. mathematics in the College,
1867-1868; m. Lowell, Mass., 1873, Amelia Appleton
Prendergast. Admitted to N. Y. City Bar, 1868; was
alderman, 1881-1882, since 1871, when he took part in
the campaign that overthrew the Tweed Ring, has
been active in all movements for the improvement of
city affairs and in framing legislation and constitu-
tional provisions; one of organizers, 1887, of Rep.
League of U. S. and of N. Y. State Rep. League; 1st
chm'n of Exec. Com. and sub-exec. com. of latter; has
had varied and important office and trial practice,
and has frequently acted as referee; retired from
practice, 1910. Author: Legislative Reform, 1886; The
Letter from Brazil (translated from Portuguese),
1886; The New Constitution of Brazil, 1892; The
Guarany, a Brazilian romance, translated from the
Portuguese, 1893; Genealogies of the Haweses and Tay-
lors of Chatham, 1SS2; The English Ancestors of Ed-
mond Hawes of Yarmouth, Mass., 1911; contb'r to Ap-
pleton's Am. Cyclopaedia, Appleton's Annual Cyclo-
paedia and Kiddle & Schem's Cyclopaedia of Ed'n.
Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Alumni in N. Y. (pres. 1881-
1882), Ass'n Bar City of N. T. Clubs: Harvard, Re-
publican (pres. 1882-1884, chm'n Exec. Com., 1885-
1886). Address: Harvard Club, 27 W. 44th St., N. .


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, 1862; s. W. Wright (LL.D.)
and Eliza (Forbes) Hawkes; of Colonial family; ed.
Trinity Church Sch.. Philadelphia; Hopkins Grammar
Sch., New Haven; Gov't schools in Tours and Paris,
France, and Marburg, Germany; Columbia Sch. or
Mines, degree of Eng'r, 18S5; Sch. of Polit. Science,
1886, and Sch. of Law, LL.B., 1887; m. N. Y. City, 1908,
Eva Van Cortlandt Morris of Morrisania. Admitted to
bar, 1887, and since then engaged in practice in N. Y.
City; represented important foreign investing interest
in Am. enterprises; and as counsel, represented se-
curity-holders in several large railroad and other
reorg'ns; authority on admiralty law and on railroad
and transportation matters. Served as comm'r of
docks during Mayor Low's administration, 1902-1903,
carrying out the numerous improvements of the de-
partment during the period, including the prosecution
of the Chelsea improvement; the establishment of
Union Trunk Line and Ferry Terminal at West 23d
St.; the building of Market St. Recreation Pier; laying
out of extensive plans for improvement of waterfront
in other boroughs of city, and in particular in regard
to creeks in these boroughs; the first presentation to
authorities of plans for municipal ferries; reorg'n of
Dock Dep't into bureau, etc.; was first to hold position
after old "B'd of Docks" was replaced by statute with
a single comm'r, and reorganized Dep't of Docks and



Ferries upon methods which greatly increased its
efficiency, effecting notable economies. Republican;
active in campaigns from 1896; 1st v.-p. Rep. Go. Com.
N. Y. Co., 1S99. Mem. N. Y. State Interstate Bridge
Comm'n (chm'n). Com. on Harbor and Shipping of
N. Y. Chamber of Commerce and of Merchants' Ass'n,
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Soc. of Cincinnati, Soc. Co-
lonial Wars. St. Nicholas Soc, N. Y. Hist. Soc; appt'd
by Gov. Hughes delegate to represent the State of N.
T. at the Nat. Waterways Congress in Washington,
Dec, 1909. Clubs: Union, Metropolitan, Republican,
Westchester Country, Grolier. Residence; 8 E. 53rd St.
Address: 32 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, May 2, 1860; s. Dexter A. and
Sophia T. (Meeks) Hawkins; ed. Phillips Exeter Acad.;
grad. Harvard Univ., A.B., Columbia Univ., LL.B.; m.
N. Y. City, April 27, 1897, Julia F. Clarkson; one son,
Dexter Clarkson, b. May 13, 1898. V.-p. North Am.
Coal and Coke Co.; dir. Tri-State Land Co., Bank of
Long Island, New Central Coal Co., Rocky River Coal
and Coke Co., Queens Borough Gas and Electric Co.
Republican; Unitarian. Mem. N. T. City and State
Bar Ass'ns; dir. J. Hood Wright Hosp. Mem. Delta
Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Delta Phi. Clubs: University,
Century, Sleepy Hollow, Harvard, Riding, Midday. Ad-
dress: 20 Exchange PI., N. Y. City.


Principal State Normal School, Plattsburgh, N. Y. ;
b. Farmersville, Cattaraugus Co. N. Y., 1S62; s. Orson
V. and Mary A. (Martin) Hawkins; ed. Ten Broeck
Free Acad., Franklinville, N. Y., 1881. State Normal
School, Fredonia, N. Y., 1884; received degree of M.A.
from Union Coll., 1894, D.Sc from St. Lawrence Univ.,
1905: m. Chatham, N. Y., July 12, 1893, Elizabeth R.
Garrity; one d., Elizabeth M., b. 1894. Republican.
Mem. Nat. Edn'l Ass'n, Geog. Soc, State Hist. Ass'n,
State Teachers' Ass'n; trustee Plattsburgh Public Li-
brary. Club: Macdonough Social and Commercial
(pres). Address: 125 Court St., Plattsburgh, N. Y.


Composer, organist, vocal teacher; b. Brookfleld,
Conn.; began playing church organ in native town at
age of twelve; ed. Mil. Acad. Cheshire, Conn., where
had charge of the boy choir; began study of music
with Rivade, Federlein and George James Webto, of
N. Y.; studied organ and composition with Dudley
Buck, Mosenthal, Dyas and Ruthenbur; at age of 19
was engaged as solo basso of Calvary Episcopal Ch.
and as asst. organist of St. Thomas' Ch., under George
William Warren; five years later solo basso and dir.
music, Broadway Tabernacle Ch., for 20 years; for 21
summers had charge of music in the Chapel of St.
James, Elberon, N. J.; now organist and musical dir.
West End Presby'n Ch. One of original mems. Manu-
script Soc. of N. Y. and its first v.-p.; was also pres.
Composers' Choral Club, and many years mem. and
ass't conductor Mendelssohn Glee Club; mem. Men-
delssohn Quartet Club; instr. of voice culture. Com-
poser of over 100 songs, also many parts, songs,
choruses, cantatas and church music. Address:
Aeolian Hall, 29 W. 42d St., N. Y. City.


Cotton merchant; b. Albany, N. Y., Feb. 5, 1843; s.
Henry Quackenbush and Frances Jane (Barnard)
Hawley; ed. Albany Acad., Albany N. Y.; Williams
Coll., Williamstown, Mass., A.B., 1864 (mem. Kappa
Alpha Soc); m. Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Frances Wal-
worth Jenkins; children: Frances Barnard, Elizabeth
Walworth, Graham. For many years connected with
R. T. Wilson & Co., now mem. firm E. P. Walker
Co. Author: Capital and Population (Appleton), En-
terprises and The Productive Process (Putnam), and
numerous eontb'ns to Quarterly Journal of Economics
(Harvard) and other scientific periodicals. Mem. Am,
Economic Ass'n (treas. 5 years, v.-p. 1 year). Club.
University. Residence: Arrochar, S. I. Address: SJ
Wall St., N. Y. City.


Secretary, treasurer; b. Albany, N. Y.. Aug. 24, 1874;
s. Henry Quackenibush and Catherine Thorne (Akin)
Hawley; ed. private schools and Packard Business
Coll.; unmarried. Sec. and ass't treas. Hudson River
Day Line; sec. and treas. Mary Powell Steamboat Co.;
sec. Otis R'y Co.; sec. Catskill and Tannersville K'y
Co.; dir. Cairo R. R. Co., Marv Powell Steamboat Co..
Otis R'y Co., Catskill & Tannersville R'y Co., mem.
7th Reg't, N.G.N. Y. Vets.; mem. St. Nicholas Soc.
Club: Union League. Residence: 344 W. 72d St. Ad-
dress: Hudson River Day Line, foot Desbrosses St.,
N. Y. City.


Author, lecturer, educator; b. Richmond, Va., Nov.
29, 1862; s. William and Mary Harrington (Thomson)
Hawn; g.-s. William and Mary (Phelan) Hawn; father
was capt. in Confederate Army, and grandfather State
treas. of Alabama, 1843; ed. Univ. of Tennessee, and
Washington and Lee Univ.; m. Newark, N. J., Dec 30,
1889, Alexina, d. John Shoemaker; one d.: Phoebe. Instr.
English literature; instr in Brooklyn Poly. Inst, for

5 years; did sp'l work at Middlebury Coll., Vt., 3
years. Since 1900 lecturer in dep't of philology, Brook-
lyn Inst, of Arts and Sciences, and for several years
has conducted an incorporated sch. of the Speech Arts.
Lecturer in N. Y. public schs; dramatic instr. Cornell
Univ., "Masque" and Williams Coll. Cap and Bell
socs. Contb'd important articles to magazines. Au-
thor: Diction for Singers, 1901, and play: Fast Black.
Ex-v.-p. Southern Soc. of Brooklyn; pres. Nat. Speech
Arts Ass'n (pres. 1903). Declared by many critics one
of our great interperters of dramatic literature. Sec.
Ed'n Promoters' Ass'n of Brooklyn, N. Y. Mem. Ala.
Soc of N. Y. City, Allied Arts Soc, Brooklyn, Browning
Soc, N. Y. City; dir. The Hawn Players. Clubs: Drama-
craft, Pleiades. Address: 442 Classon Av., Brook-
lyn, N. Y.


Author; b. N. Y.; d. Julian and Minnie (Amelung)
Hawthorne; g.-d. Nathaniel Hawthorne. Author: A
Country Interlude (Houghton, Mifflin); Poems (Rich-
ard J. Badger); Women and Other Women (Duffield

6 Co.). Literary critic on New York Times Sat. Re-
view; contributor to New York Evening Post; con-
tributor of stories and poems to Scribner's. Century,
Harper's and other leading magazines. Address: 50 E.
29th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Charlestown, Ind., March 26, 1853; s.
Andrew Jennings and Rebecca (Gorrett) Hay; ed.
private sch., Charlestown, Ind.; m. Indianapolis, Ind.
Nov. 4, 1891, Eleanora Farquhar. Prosecuting att'y
for Jefferson and Switzerland Counties, Ind.; del.
from 4th Cong. Dist., Ind., to Republican Nat. conv.,
1884; moved to Minn., 1886 Practiced law Minne-
apolis; mem. Minn. Legislature, U. S. dist. att'y
Minn.; now U. S. gen. appraiser. Republican. Pres-
,by'n. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n, Mason, Knight Templar.
Club: Republican. Residence: The Hillocks, Summit,
N. J. Address: 641 Washington St., N. Y. City.


Ship broker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 21, 1858; s.
Charles H. and Rachel (White) Hay; ed. public schs.
of Brooklyn; m. Brooklyn, Oct. 12, 1881, Susan Ann; children: Anna Elizabeth, Esther Melbourne,
George Taber, Jr., Susie Dobbs. Left sch. at an early
age to begin business life with J. F. Whitney & Co.;
given an interest in 18S2, and in 1896 became senior
mem. of firm; his business interests have taken him
on different occasions to Europe and Nova Scotia;
dir. Battery Park Bank, Modern Pen Co., Donald S.
S. Co. Republican. Methodist. Mem. Maritime Ex-
change, N. Y. Produce Exchange. Address: Winthrop
St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Broker; b. Orange, N. J., Nov. 29, 1859; s. Silas
Condit and Elizabeth (Piatt) Hay; grad. Williston
Sem., 1877; Yale Univ., A.B., 1881; m. Saginaw, Mich.,
Nov. 7, 18S7, Jennie Bloise Burt; one s. Wellington
Burt, b. 18S8. Stock brokerage business, 18S1-1SS3;
real estate in N. Y. City and West, 1884-1897, mem.
firm Weatherby & Hay; lumber exporter, with office
in London, 1897-1908: became mem. N. Y. Stock Ex-
change, 1908; senior mem. firm Hay & Boynton, 1909-
1911; in business alone since 1911. Republican. Pres-
by'n. Mem. Royal Geog. Soc, London, England; Sons
of Revolution, N. Y. Citv Chamber of Commerce. Dir.
Navy League of the U. S. Clu'bs: Metropolitan, Uni-
versity, Century, Yale, Aero, Sleepy Hollow, Piping
Rock, Republican, Knollwood, Recess. Residence: 205
W. 57th St. Address: 7 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lecturer, organizer in reform movements; b. Charles-
town, Ind.; d. Andrew Jennings and Rebecca C. (Gar-
rett) Hay; ed. Charlestown (Ind.) Acad.. Western
Female Coll., Oxford, O. Republican; Presby'n. Pres.
N Y State Federation of Woman's Clubs; pres.
Daughters of Indiana in N. Y. City; mem. Woman's
Press Club. Address: 2 W. 86th St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist: b. Boston, July 9, 1S70; s. Josiah W. and
Emma A. (Tirrell) Hayden; grad. Mass. Inst. Tech-
nology, 18ro. Organized banking firm Hayden, Stone
& Co., 1S92; mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange, Boston Stock
Ex., Phila. Stock Exchange. Pres. and dir. Alaska



Gold Mines, Alaska Gastinean; v. -p., dir. and mem.
Finance Com. Utah Copper Co., Ray Consolidated
Copper Co., treas. and dir. Continental Zinc Co., Bos-
ton Opera Co., dir. and mem. Exec. Com. "Am. Pneu-
matic Service Co., Boston & Worcester Elec. Cos.,
Lamson Consolidated Store Service Co., Nevada Con-
solidated Copper Co., Shannon Copper Co., Twin City
Rapid Transit Co., dir. Bingham & Garfield R'y Co.,
Boston & Worcester St. R'y, Chino Copper Co., First
Nat. Bank of Denver, McCormick & Co., Salt Lake
City; Nat. Shaiwmut Bank, Nevada Northern R'y, Ray
& Gila Valley R'y, Steptoe Valley Smelting Co., Utah
Power & Light Co., Utah Securities Corp'n, Utah
State Nat. Bank; trustee Equitable Trust Co., N. Y.
With 1st Corps Cadets, 7 years; promoted aide to
gov., 2nd Brigade Headquarters, later promoted to
paymaster gen., Mass. Vol. Militia. Republican; Uni-
tarian. Made chevalier Order of St. Maurities and
Lazzarus, ,by King of Italy. Mem. Mexico Soc, one
of stewards of Nat. Steeplechase and Hunt Ass'n, was
chm'n R'd of Racing Stewards, Country Club, Brook-
line, several years. Recreations: Automobiling,
yachting (owner of yacht Wacondah). Clubs: Mass.
Automobile (one of govs.), Exchange, Boston Athletic,
Boston Yacht. Algonquin, University, Puritan (Bos-
ton), Country (Brookline), Norfolk Country (Ded-
ham), Eastern Yaoht, Clambake, Newport, Newport
Golf, Nahant, Metropolitan (Wash., D. C), Metro-
politan, N. Y. Yacht, City Midday, City Lunch, Recess,
Technology, Stock Exchange Luncheon (N. Y.), West-
chester Country, Tuxedo. Residence: Nahant, Mass.
Address: 25 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 15, 1853; s. James A.
and Harriet (Waiting) Hayden; ed. Mr. Harrington's
Sch., at Throg's Neck, Westohester Co., Columbia
Grammar Sch., Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 1875; un-
married. Mem. old law firm of Bartlett, Wilson and
Hayden, and on election to Court of Appeals Bench
of Hon. Edward T. Bartlett, senior mem. of that
firm, formed present firm of Ward, Hayden and Sat-
terlee. Dir. Am. Surety Co., Manhattan Brass Co.
(sec. and treas.); trustee and sec. Grant Monument
Ass'n; pres. Lake George Ass'n. Republican. Episco-
palian. Mem. Soc. Colonial Wars, Ass'n Bar City of
N. Y., N. Y. State Bar Ass'n Dwight Alumni Ass'n,
Psi Upsilon fraternity. Clubs: The Union League
Club, Lake George, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht,
Knollwood Country. Residence: 34 E. 76th St. Address:
16 Exchange Place, N. Y. City.


Dealer in antique furniture and interior decorator;
b. Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1856; s. James E. and
Catherine (Ives) Hayden; grad. Univ. of Rochester;
m. Washington, D. C, April, 1893, Elizabeth Bruce
Gwynne. Pres. The Hayden Co. since 1882; traveled
extensively in many countries, collecting antiques;
has spent much time in England studying work of
Adam, Chippendale, Sheraton and Hepplewhite; has
been instrumental in introducing this class of work
into U. S., by securing designers and workmen whose
family and tradition have made them conversant with
the work of these great designers and cabinet makers.
Mem. Psi Upsilon Soc. Recreations: Hunting, fishing.
Clubs: University, Metropolitan Opera. Residence:
342 W. 89th St. Address: 523 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, lalw teacher; ,t>. Lewisburg, Union' County,
Pa., Oct. 15, 1873- s. Alfred and Mary M. (Van Valzah)
Hayes; ed. Bucknell Acad., class of 1891, attending
Bucknell Coll. freshman and sophomore years, junior
and senior years at Princeton Univ., A.B., 1895; A.M.,
1898; Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 1898; m. Kalamazoo,
Mich., June 15, 1905, Christine Grace Robertson; chil-
dren: Christine MacBwan, b. June 30, 1906; Alfred,
b. July 4, 1910; Miles Van Valzah, b. Nov. 20, 1911.
Was for a time in the law offices of Edward G.
Whltaker, Gould & W ilkie and Coudert Bros.; in
independent practice in N. Y. City, 1901-1907; tutor
in law, Sch. of Lanv, Columbia Univ., 1902-1906, lec-
turer same, 1906-1907; prof, of law, Cornell Univ.,
since 1907. Progressive. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n, N. Y.
State Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Tompkins
County Bar Ass'n., recipient of silver cross of Royal
Order of the Saviour, conferred by King George I
of Greece; mem. Am. Polit. Science Ass'n, Am. Soc.
of Internat. Larw, Am. Ass'n for Labor Legislation,
Sons of Revolution, Men's League for Woman Suffrage,
Nat. Ass'n for Advancement of Colored People, pro-
visional chm'n Progressive Party, Tompkins County,
1912; delegate Progressive Nat. Conv., 1912, Progres-
sive candidate Justice Supreme Ct., 6th Dist. Mem. N.
Y. Columbia Law Sch. Alumni Ass'n, Phi Kappa Psi,
Phi Delta Phi and Phi Beta Kappa. Clubs: Unl-
ersity (N. Y.), Country (Ithaca). Address: Cornell'
University, Ithaca, N. Y.


Ex-sheriff of N. Y. County; b. Troy, N. Y., 1S61.
Long identified with Dem. politics in N. Y. City; "was
fire commissioner of N. Y. City, 1903-1905, under first
administration of Mayor McClellan; elected sheriff of
N. Y. County, Nov., 1905. Address: 164 E. 111th St.,
N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Lewisburg, Union Co., Pa., Sept. 22,
1867; s. Hon. Alfred and Mary (Van Valzah) Hayes;
grad. Bucknell Coll., Lewisburg, Pa., Ph.B., 1S88, A.M.,
1909; studied in Berlin and Paris, 1888-1889; grad.
CoM. of Phys. and Surg. (Columbia), N. Y. City, M.D.,
1893; grad. N. X. Hosp., Sloane Maternity Hosp., N. Y.
Foundling Hosp.; m. Altoona, Pa., Sept. 9, 1903, Mary
C'oulbourn Conner. Since completing hosp. service
has been in private practice in N. Y. City, giving
attention chiefly to diseases of the gastrointestinal
tract; Pro.', of Diseases of the Digestive System, N.
Y. Polyclinic Sch. and Hosp., in 1904. Republican.
Presby'n. Attending physician in N. Y. Polyclinic
Hosp.; also consulting physician N. Y. Skin & Cancer
Hosp.; 'mem. N. Y. Acad. Medicine, Am. Med. Ass'n,
Med. Soc. of the Co. of N. Y., Med. Ass'n Greater City
of N. Y., Med. Soc. State of N. Y., Soc. Alumni N. Y.
Hosp^Soe. Alumni Sloane Maternity Hosp., Clinical
Soc. N. Y. Polyclinic, Men's Ass'n of Brick Ch., Delta
Uipsilon fraternity. Clubs: Quill, Students' (treas.).
Address: 34 W. 50th St., N. Y. City.


Theatrical mg'r and representative of Charles Froh-
man in N. Y.; v.-p. and dir. N. Y. Theatre Co., dir.
Commercial Trust Co. Address: Broadway and 40th
St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman, editor; b. Cabot, Vt., Feb. 6, 1847- s
Zadoc Seymour and Marion (Bayley) Haynes- ed
Wesleyan Univ., Middletown, D.D., Colby Univ 1887-
rri. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Grace Forby; children:
Blanche, Marion, Herbert, Alice, Mary, Francis, Helen
Harold, William F. Pastor at Tremont Temple, Bos-
ton, Hanson PI., Brooklyn, Washington Av., Brooklyn,
St. James, N. Y. Traveled in Europe after graduation
from college. On editorial staff of Evening Mail; was
first pres. Mass. Anti-Tenement House League, which
inaugurated the gen. correction of sweatshop evils
throughout the country. Republican; Methodist Epis-
copalian. Mem. Psi Upsilon fraternity. Address:
South Road, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.


Surgeon; b. Saranac, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1861; s. Samuel
and Phoebe (Ayres) Haynes; ed. Plattsburg (N. Y.)
High Sch.; grad. Wesleyan Univ., Ph.B., 1885; (honor
in chemistry, and J. Brown Goode Prize for original
research in biology); med. dep't N. Y. Univ., M.D 1887-
m. 1st, Plattsburg, N. Y., 1890, Charlotte E. Scribner
(died Dec. 7, 1897); 2d, East Buckmantown, July 5,
1889, Laura E. Marsh; children: Harriet M., b. Sept. 4
1900, Dorothy, b. Dec. 29, 1902, Irving Samuel, Jr., b.
Sept. 11, 1908. Junior and senior ass't and house sur-
geon, Bellevue Hosp., 1887-1888; ass't demonstrator of
anatomy, N. Y. Univ. Med. Coll., 1888; demonstrator
anatomy same, 1889; adjunct prof, anatomy same,
1894, prof, applied anatomy, Cornell Univ. Med. Coll.,
1898, and prof, clinical surgery since 1910; attending
surgeon outdoor dep't, Chambers St. Hosp., Orthopae-
dic Hosp. and Disp., 1891-1899; visiting surgeon to the
Harlem Hosp. since 1895. Visiting surgeon N. Y. Red
Cross Hosp. since 1909. Independent in politics. Meth-
odist (pres. B"d of Trustees Park Av. M. E. Church
since 1900). Mem. Bellevue Alumni Soc, N. Y. Co.
and State Med. Socs., Ass'n of Am. Anatomists, N. Y.
Acad, of Medicine, Harlem Med. Ass'n, N. Y. Surgical
Soc, S. A. R. Author: Guide to Dissection; Manual of
Anatomy, and numerous papers on med. topics. Rec-
reations: Country life, fishing, etc. Address: 107 W.
85th St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Dedham, Mass., Oct. 25, 1877; s. Fran-
cis William and Mary Dee (Storrs) Haynes; grad. Cor-
nell Univ., Ph.B., 1899; Columbia Univ. (Coll. Phya
and Surg.), M.D., 1903. Interne Presby'n Hosp., N. Y.
City, 1903-1905; N. Y. Foundling Hosp., 1905-1906; at-
tending physician to Willard Parker Hosp.; adjunct
attending physician, N. Y. Nursery and Child's Hosp.,
chief of Clinic, in children, Vanderbilt Clinic; instr.
in pediatrics, Columbia Univ. Editor Archives of
Pedriatics. Fellow N. Y. Acad. Medicine, mem. Am.
Pediatric Soc, Soc. of the Alumni of Presby'n Hosp.,
Alumni Foundling Hosp., Quiz Med. Soc, Soc. of Prac-
tical Medicine Cornell chapter Delta Upsilon frater-
nity, Phi Beta' Kappa. Club: Cornell University. Ad-
dress: 375 West End Av., N. Y. City.




Lawyer; b. Dec. 12, 1881; s. Isaac M. and Laura
(Garson) Hays; grad. Columbia Coll. and Law Sen.,
A.B., 1902, A.M., 1905; LL.B., 1905; m. N. Y. City, Oct.
20, 1908, Blanche Marks; one d., Lora. b. 1910. Mem.
Arm Hays, Kaufmann & Lindheim; pres. Auto Service
Bld'g Co., Madison Chambers Co. Nat. Progressive.
Recreations: Tennis, boating. Residence: New Ro-
chelle, N. Y. Address: 60 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Pleasantville, Westchester Co., N. Y.,
March 28, 1854; s. David and Judith S. (Peixotto)
Hays; grad. Coll. City of N. Y., 1873; Columbia Law
Sch., LL.B., 1875; m. N. Y. City, April 7, 18S0, Rachel
Hershfleld; is descendant from an old Am. family,
distinguished during Revolutionary period; children:
Judith P., Florence B, Edwin D., Mabel R., Bessie R-,
Helen H. Has been actively engaged in trial and ar-
gument of causes before the higher courts; mem. firm
of Hays & Greenbaum 17 years, until Samuel Green-
baum was elected judge of Supreme Court, when firm
of Hays & Hershfleld was formed, now Hays, Hersh-
fleld & Wolf. Pres. Harlem Dem. Club; delegate to
State convens.; pres. Municipal Civil Service Comm'n
N Y City, pres. village of Pleasantville, sheriff's coun-
sel to Gen. Daniel E. Sickles; dir. Fleischman Realty
& Construction Co., Mt. Pleasant Bank. Democrat.
Hebrew. Trustee Jewish Publication Soc; pres. bd
trustees Temple Israel of Harlem; treas. Harlem Fed-
eration; gov. Judgeans; mem. N. Y. Law Inst.; was
pres. Young Men's Hebrew Ass'n, Jewish Chautauqua;
dir. Montefiore Home, sec. Jewish Theol. Sem. Club:
Lawyers. Residence: 9 W. 121st St. Address: llo
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Nebraska City, Neb., April 29, 1877; s.
Monroe Leland and Jane (Pelton) Hayward; grad.
Neb. City High Sch., 1893; Univ. of Nebraska, LL.B.,
1897 (Varsity Foot Ball Team; Varsity Base Ball
Team, 1893-1897, mg'r 1895-1897, pres. Class of 1897);
also ed. in Munich, Germany; m. Nebraska City, Neb.,
March 25, 1901, Sarah Coe Ireland; one son: Leland
Hayward, b. 1903. Practiced law Nebraska City, 1897-
1910. V.-p. and dir. Otoe County Nat. Bank of Neb.
City; extensively engaged in farming in Neb. and
Kans., mem. law Arm Wing & Russell, N. Y. City,
since 1911, and Pitzer & Hayward, and Hayward,
Kimmell & Steinhart. Neb. City. Traveled around
world, 1910-1911. County Judge, Otoe County, Neb.,
1901-1902, declined 2d term; state ohm'n Republican
State Com. of Neb., 1907-1909; primary nominee for
Congress, 1st Dist. Neb., 1910; park comm'r of Neb.
City; sec. Republican Nat. Com., 1908-1912, in charge
Chicago headquarters. During Spanish-Am. War,

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