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prised over 165 actions, achieving a final victory in
1906. Formerly mem. firm of Otto Heinze & Co., v.-p.
and dir. United Copper Co., pres. and dir. ^Itna In-
demnity Co. of Hartford. Conn. Clubs: Deutscher
Verein, Hamilton, Crescent Athletic, Down Town,
Strollers (N. Y. City), Silver Bow (Butte). Montana
(Helena), Karlsenhensia (Heidelberg). Residence:
Beverly Rd., Great Neck, L. I. Address: 42 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1869; s. Otto
and Lida Marsh (Lacey) Heinze; grad. Columbia Sch.
of Mines, E.M., 1889; engaged in mining and smelting



in Montana since 1889; has very large interests in
mines. Active in political affairs in Montana. Metn.
Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs. Clubs: Lotos, Lambs, At-
lantic, Columbia Yacht, Calumet, Down Town, Strol-
lers Larchmont, Seawanhaka, Columbia University
IN Y. City), Crescent Athletic (Brooklyn), Montana
(Helena), Silver Bow (Butte. Mont), University (Salt
Lake), St. James (Montreal. Can.). Home: Butte, Mont.
Address: 74 Broadway, N. Y. City.

Manufacturer; b. Amber, N. Y; s. Seneca C. and
Lucy (Francis) Hemenway; ed. public schools, private
tutors. First employment was a clerk in a country
store; studied telegraphy, and was successively opera-
tor in employ of the Atlantic & Pacific, and the west-
ern Union Telegraph Co., and the Chicago & Western
R R. Co.; at intervals gave some attention to rail-
roading; employed as bookkeeper in woolen mill con-
cerns at Marcellus. N. Y., and at Auburn, N. Y., with
the Empire Wringer Co.. of which he became nig r,
until its merger with Am. Wringer Co., of which was
ass't gen. mg'r 7 years; continuing as dir., withdrew
from active mg'mt and organized in N. Y. City the
Smith & Hemenway Co., Inc. (of which is sec, treas.
and dir.), mf'rs and importers of hardware specialties
and cutlerv, into which was merged the Smith &
Paterson Co., the Bindley Automatic Wrench Co., the
Maltby-Henley Co. and the Windsor Hardware Corp n
Also sec, treas. and dir. Irvington Mf'g Industrial
Realtv Co., Smith Hardware Co. and Am. Wringer Co.
Clubs": Union League, Hardware. Address: 150 Cham-
bers St., N. Y. City.

Pres. Guaranty Trust Co., N. Y.; (b. Philadelphia, Pa.,
1856; m. Jeannetta Cadmus. Was connected with the
Pa R R. until 1883. when elected to the secretaryship
of the Norfolk & Western R. R.; resigned from latter
in 1905 to become connected with Guaranty Trust Co.;
elected pres. of same, 1909. Mem. Pa. Soc. Chamber
of Commerce. Clubs: Metropolitan, Down Town, Auto-
mobile of America, Aero of America, Century Ass n,
Rittenhouse (Phila.), Recess, Rumson County, Union
League. Residence: 130 E. 71st St. Address: 140
Broadway, N. Y. City.

Merchant; b. Philadelphia, Pa., June 25, 1868; s. Or-
lando Guerdon and Eliza Ophelia (Tyler) Hempstead;
attended Lafayette Coll.; m. N. Y. City, 1894, Eleanor
Gordon Brush; children: Gordon Brush, b. Dec. 28,
1899; John Brush, b. Nov. 11, 1905. V.-p. Morris Euro-
pean & Amer. Express Co., pres. The When Co., dir.
Central Crosstown R'y Co., pres. Nat. Exp'n Co. (N. Y.
Baseball Club). Republican. Mem. Delta Upsilon fra-
ternity. Clubs: Columbia, Country, German House (In-
dianapolis), Larchmont Yacht, Lambs. Residence: Hol-
land House. Address: 375 Park Av., N. Y. City.

Author; b. N. Y. City, Sept. 20, 1866; s. William and
Jennie (Lenox) Hemstreet; ed. private teachers; m.
April 29, 1898, Marie Mumford Meinell. Was for 20
years newspaper reporter and editor; now literary
adviser to Wagenhals & Kemper, play producers;
awarded gold medal Liege Exp'n, 1905; silver medal
St. Louis Exp'n, 1904, for studies in social economy.
Author: Nooks and Corners of Old New York; Story
of Manhattan; When Old New York Was Young; Lit-
erary New York; Flower of the Fort; The Better New
York; The Broadway of Yesterday; Reporting for the
Newspapers. Address: 337 W. 14th St., N. Y. City.

Physician; b. West Hoboken. N. J.. July 1, 1872; s.
William Henry and Mary A. G. (-Downey) Hemstreet;
ed. Public School No. 13, Brooklyn, Brooklyn High
Sch., grad. 1890, Long Island Coll. Hosp., M.D., 1900;
unmarried. Engaged in gen. practice of medicine in
Brooklyn, N. Y., since 1900. Address: 4218 Fort Hamil-
ton Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Mechanical eng'r; b. Phila., Pa., Jan. 14, 1861; s.
Thomas D. and Emily (Riter) Henderson; grad. Lau-
derbach Acad., Phila., 1876; m. Altoona, Pa., May 22,
1884, Virginia P. Curry; one d.: Emily (died 1903).
Was ass't chief draughtsman Pa. R. R.; ass't sup't
Roanoke (Va.) Machine Works; mech. eng'r Norfolk
and Western R'y, ass't sup't motive power Chicago &
Northwestern R'y, and Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
R'y; sup't motive power on latter road; consulting
eng'r in N. Y. City, and at present consulting eng'r
to Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia. Repub-
lican; Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs,
Am. R'y Master Mechanics' Ass'n, Master Car Builders'
Ass'n, Nat. Geog. Soc, Franklin Inst. Clubs: M. Y.
Railroad, Yale, Civil Engineers. Address: 500 N. Broad
St., Philadelphia, Pa.


Librarian; b. Sinclairville, N. Y., 1S69; d. William W.
and Martha (Tiffany) Henderson; ed. Jamestown (N.
Y.) public schools, Bartholomew Sch., Cincinnati, O.;
Library Training Sch., Drexel Inst., Phila., Pa. Was
9 years in the Buffalo Public Library as cataloguer;
then ass't reference librarian; since March, 1906, li-
brarian of the James Prendergast Free Library,
Jamestown, N. Y. Address: Jamestown, N. Y.


Newspaper writer, author; b. Newark, N. J., Dec. 4,
1855; s. William and Ettie (Lewis) Henderson; grad.
Princeton Univ., A.M., 1876; m. April 2, 1880; 2d, May
9, 1904, Julia F. Wall; children: William H, b. 1881;
Florence V., b. 1SS3. Reporter on N. Y. Tribune, 1876;
on staff N. Y. Times as reporter and music critic, 1883-
1902; music critic N. Y. Sun, since 1902. Author: The
Story of Music, 1S89; Preludes and Studies, 1891; Sea
Yarns for Boys, 1894; Afloat with the Flag, 1895; Ele-
ments of Navigation, U896; The Last Cruise of the
Mohawk, 1897; What Is Good Music?, 1898; How Music
Developed, 1898; The Orchestra and Orchestral Music,
1899; Richard Wagner, 1900; Modern Musical Drift,
1903; Pipes and Timbrels, 1905; The Art of the Singer,
1906; Some Forerunners of Italian Opera, 1911; The
Soul of a Tenor, 1912. Asso. editor Standard Diction-
ary; ensign 1st battalion. Naval Militia, July 14, 1891;
lieut. same, April 20, 1899, to April, 1902. Recreations:
Yachting, golf. Clubs: Princeton, Century. Address:
N. Y. Sun Office, N. Y. City.


Stock broker; b. Albany, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1861; s. James
and Anna (Wands) Hendrick; ed. Univ. of Zurich,
Switzerland, 1878-1881; corps Tigurinia (F. M. xxx,
xx); m. N. Y. City, Nov. 15, 1897, Josephine Pomeroy;
children: Grace Virginia, James Pomeroy. Was
sup't and secretary Albany Aniline and Chem. Works,
1S81, until change of ownership, 1884; surveyor and
later special ag't Commercial Union Assurance Co. of
London, at N. Y. City, Atlanta, Ga., Richmond, Va.,
Albany, N. Y., and Boston, Mass. Dir. Am. Tube and
Stamping Co. (Bridgeport, Conn.), Building and Sani-
tary Inspection Co. (N. Y. City); dir. Tariffville
Oxygen & Chemical Co. Tariffville, Conn.); v.-p.
and dir. of the Price-Campbell Cotton-Picker corp'n
(N. Y.). Author: The Sense of Smell, The Price of
Anger, Why Not? and other essays in Atlantic
Monthly. Clubs: Centurv, Players', Chemists'. Resi-
dence: 139 E. 40th St., N. Y. City. Address: 30 Pine
St., N Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Penn Yan, N. Y.; s. Thomas and
Catherine (Corcoran) Hendrick; ed. public schools and
Penn Yan Acad., St. Hyacinth Coll., Canada, Montreal
Coll., Canada, St. Joseph's Theol. Sem., Troy, N. Y.
Ordained Aug. 6, 1877. Pastor of Catholic Churches
at Stanley and Rushville, Yates and Ontario Counties,
6 years, Livonia and Livingston Co., 14 years, Ovid 10
years. Catholic Chaplain at Willard Hoap. for In-
sane; made private chamberlain of Pius X., Aug. 20,
1903, at Rome by the Pope himself with the title or
Monsignor. Made Domestic Prelate Feb. 10, 1910.
Brother of the late Bishop Hendrick of the Philippine
Islands, Justice Hendrick of New York and Col. M. J.
Hendrick, U. S. Consul at Moncton, New Brunswick.
Democrat. Address: Church of Holy Cross, Ovid, Sen-
eca Co., N. Y.

Consul; b. Penn Yan, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1847; s. Thomas
and Catherine (Corcoran) Hendrick; ed. public
schools, Penn Yan Acad.; m. Belleville, Ont., June 14,
1905. Genevieve Yates. Was engaged in merchandise
in Penn Yan, 1865-1884; trustee of village 6 years;
appt'd Am. consul at Belleville, Ont., 1893, and at
Moncton, N. B., 1908. Mem. Knights of Columbus, C.
M. B. A., C. R. and B. A. Address: Moncton, N. B.,


Jurist; b. Penn Yan, N. Y., July 8, 1858; s. Thomas
and Catherine (Corcoran) Hendrick; grad. Fordham
Univ., A.B., 1878, A.M., 1881, LL.D., 1908; m. Rochester,
N. Y., April 27, 1881, Julia Sherwood. Admitted to
N. Y. bar, 1880; practised at Auburn, N. Y., (of which
city was corp'n counsel 1883-1884), until 1886, after
that in N. Y. City until 1906, when was nominated on
the Democratic ticket and elected justice of the Su-
preme Court of the State of N. Y. for the term expir-
ing Dec. 3d, 1920. Mem. Knights of Columbus. Clubs:
Lotos, Graduates, Cayuga. Country home: Inisfall,
Ovid, N. Y. Address: 214 Riverside Drive, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Flemingsburg, Ky., March 22, 1855; s.
Rev. James P. and Sophia (Darnall) Hendrick; grad.



Centre Coll., Danville, K) A.B., 1S73, A.M., 1876; m.
Columbia, Mo., Sept. 25, 1878, Jlattie H. Harris; chil-
dren: Mrs. Robert Burns Wilson, Mrs. Sophia K.
Pickett, John Harris, Jane C. Jacqueline. Admitted
to bar, June 8, 1876; Court of Appeals, Ky 1877; Su-
preme Court, U. S., 1892; att'y-gen. ot Ky., 1891-1896;
removed to N. T. City, and admitted to N. Y. Bar, 1899,"
represented Fleming Co. in Ky. Legislature, 1882-1883;
Dem. elector for State at large, 1884; mem. Constitu-
tional Conv., 1S90-1S91; counsel for Ky. in Supreme
Court U. S., 1896-1898; counsel Am. Navigation Co.
Democrat. Presby'n. Mem. Southern Soc, Asso. Con-
federates Vet. Ass'n, Beta Theta Alumni Ass'n; dir.
N. Y. Bible Soc. Club: Filson (Louisville, Ky.). Resi-
dence: 788 Riverside Drive. Address: 2 Rector St.,
N. Y. City.


Stock broker; b. Floral Park, N. Y., May 29, 1883;
s George S. and Elizabeth (Frost) Hendrickson; grad.
Brooklyn Poly. Prep. Sch., class* 1899, Columbia Univ.,
A.B., 1903, A.M., 1905; m. Whitestone, N. Y., 1906,
Marie Merritt, one d. Admitted to N. Y. Bar, 1905,
but abandoned law for financial business; clerk in
firm Shearson, Hammill & Co., became member N. Y.
Stock Exchange 1906, and member Arm Hendrickson,
Hall & Co.,; since 1907. Mem. Alpha Delta Phi frater-
nity. Club: Columbia Univ. Residence: Garden City,
D. I. Address: 71 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. in Porto Rico, 1851; s. Joseph Henna,
of Plymouth, Eng., and Maria del Rosario Perez, of
Porto Rico; grad. St. Raphael's Coll., St. Thomas, W.
I., 1865; Columbia Univ., N. Y. City, M.D., 1872; studied
in Paris and London hosps.; m. 1874, Ada Bush, of
Buffalo, N. Y. Banished by Government of Spain at
age of 18 after court-martial, for revolting against
the rule of Spain; became pres. of Revolutionary
Party against Gov't of Porto Rico, 1895. Furnished
the Gov't of the United States with all maps, plans
of invasion and guides during campaign for acquisi-
tion of that island. Designated political envoy to
Porto Rico during the War but could not go on ac-
count of sudden illness. Was twice elected by in-
habitants of Porto Rico as delegate to appear before
Senate and House Corns, on Civil Gov't for Porto
Rico. One of founders and dean of Medical B'd of
the French Hosp., N. Y. Independent in politics.
Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, Acad, of Medicine, N. Y. County
Med. Ass'n, Med. Soc. of Greater N. Y., Physicians'
Mutual Aid Ass'n, Soc. for Relief of Widows and
Orphans of Medical Men. Decorated by Gov't of
Venezuela with the Bust of Bolivar; and knighted
by the gov't of France with the cross of "Chevalier
de la Legion d'Honneur" for professional services
rendered to the French Hosp. of N. Y.; v.-p. Ibero-
American Club, N. Y. City. Recreations: Motor boat-
ing, fishing. Address: 24 W. 72d St., N. Y. City.


Artist; b. Cincinnati, Ohio, 1865; s. John and
Theresa Henri; ed. public and private schs. N. Y.
City, Cincinnati, Denver; student Pa. Acad. Fine Arts,
Phila., 1886-1888; Academie Julian and Ecole des
Beaux Arts, Paris, 1888-1891; after studied independ-
ently in France, Spain and Italy. His picture, La
Niege, was purchased from Salon, 1899, tiy French
Gov't for Luxembourg Gallery; "Girl in White Waist"
purchased by Carnegie Inst., Pittsburgh, for perma-
nent collection, 1904; "The Equestrian" purchased by
Carnegie Inst., Pittsburgh, for permanent collection,
1910; "Girl with Red Hair," purchased for permanent
collection of City of Spartanburg, S. C, 1907. Rep-
resented in gallery of Art Ass'n, Dallas, Tex.; Co-
lumbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Columbus, O; Art
Ass'n of New Orleans Gallery, Chicago Art Inst.,
Pa. Acad, of Fine Arts, Philadelphia; Brooklyn Mu-
seum of Arts and Sciences, Art Inst, of Kansas City,
Mo., and Carolina Art Ass'n, Charleston, S. C.
Awarded silver medals Pan-Am. Exp'n, Buffalo, 1901,
and La. Purchase Exp'n, St. Louis, 1904; silver medai
Internat. Art Exp'n, Buenos Ayres, 1910; Harris prize
of $500, Chicago Art Inst., 1905; gold medal Art Club,
of Philadelphia, 1909. Mem. Nat. Acad. Design (asso.,
1904, academician, 1906), Soc. Am. Artists, N. Y. City;
Nat. Inst. Arts and Letters, Fellowship Pa. Acad.
Fine Arts, Philadelphia; mem. ass'n of Am. Painters
and Sculptors, Nat. Ass'n of Portrait Painters. Clubs:
McDowell Nat. Arts (life mem.). Residence: 10 Gram-
mercy Park, N. Y. City.


Mechanical eng'r; b. England, March 7, 1869; s.
John and Margaret Henry; ed. in schools of England
and U. S.; m. Cleveland. O., 1893, Ann Sheehan; chil-
dren: Alexander, b. 1894; William, b. 1895; Janet,
b. 1904; John, b. 1909. V.-p. R'y Steel Spring Co.,

mem. Ohio Soc. Clubs: Cleveland Athletic, Railroad.
Residence: 333 Central Park W. Address: 30 Church
St., N. Y. City.


Author; b. Pecatonica, 111., Nov. 27, 1867; s. James
and S. M. (Irish) Henry; ed. in common schools and
a short time in Prep. Dep't of Northwestern Univ.;
m. 1st., Toledo, O, 1895, Maude Wood, 2d, N.Y. City,
1910, Clare Kummer. Engaged in newspaper work
in Chicago, 1888-1892, on Toledo Blade three years;
1899-U08, in N. Y. City, writing for magazines; also
gen. mg'r for A. S. Barnes & Co. Organized Henry
Bros., of N. Yakima, Wash., 1908, and The Beecher
Orchard Co., 1913; interested in Washington apple
lands. Author: A Princess of Arcady, 1900; An Island
Caoin, 1902; The House in the Woods, 1904; The Un-
written Law, 1905; Lodgings in Town, 1905. Resi-
dence: N. Yakima, Wash. Address: Care Paul
Reynolds, 70 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Genre and Am. hist, painter; >b. Charleston, S. O,
Jan. 12, 1841; studied art in Philadelphia, Paris and
in Italy; m. June, 1875, Frances Livingston Wells, of
Johnstown, N. Y. Made an asso. of Nat. Acad, of
Design, 1869, and academician in 18 10. Awarded
honorable mention, Paris, 1889, bronze medal, 1891;
sp'l medal awarded Chicago, 1893, for first r'y train
in America; medals, Buffalo, Charleston. Was three
months on U. S. Transport, running to City Point,
Va. (headquarters of the Army of the James, 1864),
where made the studies for large painting of Gen.
Grant's headquarters, now in possession of Union
League Club of N. Y.; also paintings of Appomattox
and Old Westover, then a div. headquarters, the sink-
ing of the Florida at Newport News, and other war
subjects. Mem. Am. Water Color "Soc, Artist Fund
Soc. Clubs: Century, Salmagundi. Studio and resi*
dence: Century Club, N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Ridgefield, Conn., Jan. 2, 1881; s. Francis
A. and Helen (Garr) Henry; ed. Columbus Latin
Sch., Columbus, O, Ohio State Univ., 3 years; Yale
Univ., 2 years, A.B., 1901, A.M., 1904; m. Alexandria,
Va., April 26, 1905, Elizabeth Lloyd Lee; one son:
George Garr, Jr., b. March 14, 1913. Associated with
Spencer Trask & Co., Oct., 1901-Dec, 1904; Kinnicutt
& Potter, Dec, 1904-Jan., 1906; Potter, Choate & Pren-
tice, Jan., 1906-Jan., 1907; v.-p. Guaranty Trust Co. of N.
Y., Jan., 1907-Feb., 1909; v.-p. Union Trust Co., March,
1909-Jan., 1910- mem. firm William Salomon & Co.,
since Jan., 1910. Dir. and chm'n Finance Com., Em-
erson-Brantingham Co.; dir. mem. Finance and Exec.
Com. International Steam Pump Co., dir., Loose-Wiles
Biscuit Co., voting trustee, dir. and mem. Finance
Com. California Petroleum Corp'n, dir. Maryland
Trust Co., Baltimore, Md. Governor Investment Bank-
ers' Ass'n of America. Independent; Episcopalian.
Mem. Pan-Am. Soc, hon. v.-p. Mexico Soc. Clubs:
Metropolitan, Automobile of America, Yale, Recess (N.
Y.); Morristown, Whippany River, Morris County Golf,
Morristown Field, Es?ex Fox Hounds (Morristown, N.
J.); Racquet (St. Louis, Mo.). Residence: 20 Madison
Av., Morristown, N. J. Address: 25 Broad St., N. Y.


Surveyor Port of N. Y., formerly adj. -gen. State of
N. Y., physician; ,b. Staten Island, N. Y., April 27,
1S5G; s. Joshua and Maria Caroline (Herrick) Henry;
?rad. Coll. of City of N. Y., Coll. Phys. and Surg., 1879;
m. N. Y. City, April 30, 1901, Mrs. Sarah Rodgers
Sloan. In gen. practice, N. Y. City; mem. State As-
sembly, 1S99-1901; adj. -gen. State of N. Y., 1902-1910;
appt'd Surveyor Port of N. Y., 1910; chief surgeon,
rank of major, Spanish-Am. War, 1898. Republican.
Episcopalian. Mem. Mil. Order Foreign Wars, Span-
ish-Am. War Veterans, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Clubs:
Army and Navy, Republican, Graduates. Address: 59
W. 9th St. N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; b. Scranton, Pa., March 24, 1864; s. Eu-
gene Thomas and Emma E. (Walter) Henry; grad.
Rensselaer Poly. Inst., C.E., 1887; m. Chicago, 111., Jan.
22, 1906, Clover Cox. On eng'ring corps, Delaware,
Lackawanna & Western R. R.. 1SS0-1883, on location
and construction between Binghamton and Buffalo;
with Barber Asphalt Paving Co., 1887-1902 (latterly
v.-p. and gen. mg'r); in 1893 made surveys for tram-
way and pier in Trinidad for facilitating transporta-
tion of asphalt; made surveys of asphalt lake, es-
tablishing rate of subsidence; made the only borings
ever made in the lake; since 1902 consulting eng'-r
and officer in various corp'ns; 1905-1909 v.-p. The A.
L. Barber Asphalt Co., operating Bermudez asphalt
deposit in Venezuela; 1906-1909, pres. South Am. Con-



struction Co., which 'built 125 miles of railroad in Bo-
livia, from Viacha to Oruro. In 1910 made railroad
reconnoissance in Spain seven hundred miles from
Bilbao to Madrid and -Madrid to Valencia; since 190:>
pres. Central R. R. Haiti, owning and operating 60
miles of railroad in Haiti, reinforced concrete pier at
Port-au-Prince, tramways in Port-au-Prince and elec-
tric light plants at Port-au-Prince and Cape Haitien;
since 1910, pres. Achotla Mines Co., operating in State
of Guerrero, Mex. ; since 1911 v.-p. The Eddy-Peruvian
Co.; with contract from Peruvian Gov't for making-
railroad survey, 180 miles, from Huancayo to Aya-
cucho; ohm'n Mines Management Co. Republican;
Presby'n. Mem Am. Soc. Civil Bng'rs, Am. Inst. Con-
sulting Eng'rs, Sons of Revolution. Clubs: Century,
Engineers, Railroad, Union League, University, Sleepy
Hollow Country. Address: 25 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Stapleton, S. I., June 12, 1877; s. James
Buchanan and Louisa (Anderson) Henry; grand-
nephew of Pres. James Buchanan; ed. U. S. Mil. Acad.,
St. John's Coll., Annapolis, Md.; Georgetown Coll..
Washington, D. C; m. Fort Hamilton, N. Y., Oct. 26,
1904, Virginia Bell Tolar; one son: Robert Edward,
Jr., b. 1906. Mem. Arm Hallowell & Henry. Pres. As
sociated Industrial Corp'n Republican; Episcopalian.
Recreations: Boating-, riding, and driving. Clubs: Rid-
ing and Driving (Brooklyn), Lake George. Address:
52 Beaver St., N. Y. City.

Broker and author; b. Clifton, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1860;
s. O. H. and Harriet (Hill) Henry; grad. Univ. of
Kansas, M.A. (Phi Beta Kappa), 1881; m. 1st, Law-
rence, Kan., 18S9, Nellie G. Thacher, deceased; 2d.
London, Eng., 1895, Georgia J. Johnson. Studied and
wrote in Paris 5 years and in Germany 1 year. Pres.
N. Y. State Security Co. Progressive; Congregational-
ism Mem. N. Y. Alumni Ass'n, Phi Beta Kappa. Au-
thor: Paris Days and Evenings, 1896; Hours with
Famous Parisians, 1897; A Romance of a French Sa-
lon, 1903; The Nets (London), 1911; has published
many articles in London and N. Y. magazines. Club:
Authors. Address: Authors' Club, N. Y. City.


Consulting eng'r; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug., 1866; s.
George Holt and Cornelia Middagh (Birdsall) Hen-
shaw; ed. private sch., Brooklyn, Montreal High Sch..
Bishop's Coll., Montreal, specializing in chemistrv and
eng'ring; m. N. Y. City, June, 1956, Isabel Jeannette
Hamilton. Employed on the survey of the St. Law-
rence River, 1886; employed 1887-1889 as, consecutively,
apprentice, draftsman and asso. to chief eng'r with
Royal Elec. Co., Montreal; with C. & C. Elec. Motor Co.
1S89-1895, latter part of service being as ass't eng'r;
mem. firm of Downes & Henshaw, Providence, R. I ,
consulting eng'rs. 1895-1S97; ass't eng'r the Crocker-
Wheeler Co., 1897-1904; now consulting eng'r. Asso-
ciated with William P. Bonbright & Co., Inc.; v.-p.
Eastern Power & Light Corp'n, Colonial Power &
Light Co. Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Soc. Meoh. Eng'rs,
Am. Inst. Elec. Eng'rs; past v.-p. N. Y. Elec. Soc; sec.
Elec. Section, Brooklyn Inst. Arts and Sciences.
Clubs: Hamilton (Brooklyn), Engineers (N. Y. City).
Address: 14 Wall St.. N. Y. City.


Chairman, Chase Nat. Bank, N. Y. City; b. Colton,
N. Y., July 24, 1846; s. Zina Earle and Beulah (Gray)
Hepburn; grad. Middlebury Coll., A.B., 1871, LL.D.,
later D.C.L., St. Lawrence Univ., 1906; LL.D. Columbia
Univ.. 1911; LL.D. Williams Coll., 1911; m. 1st, Dec.
10, 1873, Hattie A. Fisher of St. Albans, Vt.; 2d, Mont-
pelier, Vt., July 14, 1SS7, Emily L. Eaton. Was instr.
mathematics, St. Lawrence Acad.; prin. Ogdensburg
Edn'l Inst.; practised law at Colton, N. Y. ; mem. N. Y.
Assembly, 1S75-1880; sup't of Banking Dep't, State of
N. Y., 1880-1883; U. S. Bank Examiner for N. Y'., 1888-
1892; comptroller of Currency, 1892-1893; pres. Third
Nat. Bank, N. Y.. 1893-1897; v.-p. Nat. City Bank, N.
Y'., 1897-1899; pres. Chase Nat. Bank, 1S99-1911, chm'n
B'd Directors, since 1911; also dir. Bankers' Trust Co.,
Columbia-Knickerbocker Trust Co., Fidelity Trust Co.
of Newark, First Nat. Bank, First Security Co., Md.
Trust Co. of Baltimore, N. Y. Life Ins. Co., Am. Agr'l
Chem. Co., Am. Car & Foundry Co., Am. Cotton Oil
Co.. Remington Typewriter Co., Safety Car Heating &
Lighting Co., Sears, Roebuck & Co., of Chicago;
Studebaker Corp'n, Texas Co., United Cigar Mf'rs Co.,
Wool worth Co. Trustee Middlebury Coll.; mem. N. Y.
Chamoer of Commerce, N. E. Soc. (pres.), St. Andrews
Soc. The Pilgrims, Burns Soc, Germanistic Soc, Acad.
Polit. Science, Am. Acad. Polit. & Social Science, Am.
Bison Soc, Japan Soc, Met. Museum of Art. Nat. Geog.
Soc, Vermont Soc, Vermont Hist. Soc, Zool. Soc, Mu-
seum of Natural History; officer Legion of Honor,
France. 1912; mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity;

chm'n Currency Comm'n, Am. Bankers Ass'n, since
creation, 1906. Author: History of Coinage and Cur-
rency; Artificial Waterways and Commercial Devel-
opment; also contb'r to magazines and reviews.
Clubs: University, Metropolitan, Union League, Auto-
mobile, Barnard, Blooming Grove Hunting & Fishing.
Camp Fire, City, City Lunch, Economic, Faculty (Co-
lumbia Univ.), L. I. Country, Oscaleta Lake, Press,
Ridgefield, Ridgefield Country, Recess, St. Andrews
Golf, Nat. Golf Links, McDowell, St. John's (Gaspe,
P. Q.). Residences: 205 W. 57th St., N. Y. City, and

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