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studied abroad at Jena, Leipzig and Heidelberg Univ.,
1900-1901; m. Lockport, N. Y., Mar. 19, 1889, Anna
Emilie Stumpf; children: Raymond C b. 1890, Irene
M., 'b. 1894, Franklin Karl, b. 1897. Instr. German,
Syracuse Univ., 1891-1893; prof. German language and
literature, 1893-1900; prof. Germanics since 1900. In
1900-1901, traveled through Belgium, Holland, Ger-
many and Switzerland; has published several books
on Germany and German literature. Sch. eomm r
since 1909. Republican; Methodist. Mem. Modern
Language Ass'n of America, Phi Beta Kappa Nat.
Coll. fraternity, Am. Philol. Ass'n, Athletic Governing
B'd of Syracuse Univ., Interacademic Athletic Ass'n
of N Y. State (pres.). Recreations: Baseball, golf,
tennis. Address: 911 Walnut Av., Syracuse, N. Y.

Banker; b. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 6, 1872; s. Charles
C. and Fannie M. (Holthaus) Homer; ed. Zion Sch.,
Baltimore; grad. Loyola Coll., Baltimore, A.B., 1892;
A.M., 1894; Md. Univ. Law Dept, LL.B., 1894; m. Balti-
more. Clubs: Baltimore Country, Lawyers' (N. Y.).
Jane Palfrey, b. Aug. 21, 1903. Practiced law In
Baltimore, 1894-1912; became mem. firm of Bertron,
Griscom & Co., July 1, 1912. Independent in politics.
Mem. Baltimore City Bar Ass'n, State of Md. Bar



Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n, air. Children's Hosp. Sen., Balti-
more. Clubs: Baltimore Country. Lawyers' (N. Y.).
Residence: 830 Park AT. Address: 40 Wall St., N. Y.


Physician and surgeon; b. Maysville, Ky., 1S66; s.
Anthony and Anna (Bryan) Honan; grad. N. Y.
Homce. Coll. and Hosp., 1SS9. House surgeon Brook-
lyn Horace. Hosp., 1SS9-1S91; demonstrator of anat-
omy, N. Y. Homce. Coll. and Hosp., Dep't Public
Charities, Blackwell's Island; visiting surgeon
Hahnemann Hosp.; prof, surgery N. Y. Coll. and Hosip.
for Women. Since graduation, in 1SS9, has been iden-
tified with several charitable institutions in capacity
of surgeon, and with colleges in capacity of lecturer.
Mem. Am. Inst. Homoeopathy, State Homce. Med. Soc,
Country Homce. Med. Soc, Acad. Pathological Sciences,
Clinical Club; editor Journal of Surgery, Gynecology
and Obstetrics. Recreations: Surf bathing, golf,
horseback riding. Clubs: West Side Republican,
Aero. Address: 15 W. 73d St., N. Y. City.


Stock broker; to. N. Y. City, Dec. 14, 1844; s. John
Hone and Jane Perry; d. Oomm. .Matthew Calbraith
Perry, U. S. N., 1st ambassador of U. S. to Japan,
1853; ed. N. Y. City; A.B., Columbia Univ.; m. 1st,
Morristown, N. J., Nov. 17, 1S69, Mary Crane; 2d, N.
Y. City, 1SS0, Maria Cadwalader; children by 1st mar-
riage: John, Jr., b. Aug. 10, 1870; Frederick de P.,
b. Oct. 20, 1872; Augustus C. b. June 17, 1874; by 2d
marriage, Hester Gouverneur, b. July 10, 1882. Was
for several terms gov. N. Y. Stock Exchange; twice
v.-p. of same; several terms dir. North Am. Trust Co.
(now Trust Co. of America); served 3 terms on Bern.
State Com. of N. J., from 1879; delegate-at-large from
N. J. at Nat. Dem. Conv., 1892; was mem. 7th Reg't,
N.G.N.Y., 1S62-1804; mem. George Washington Post,
G.A.R., Sons of the Revolution, Soc. of the War of
1812 (vice-commandant). Clubs: Metropolitan, Man-
hattan (pres.). Address: 5 Gramercy Park, N. Y.


Civil eng'r; b. Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1869; s.
Horace B. and Susan Pamela (Huntington) Hooker;
grad. Univ. of Rochester, A.B., 1891, A.M., 1894, Cor-
nell Univ., C.E., 1894, Ph.D., 1896 (Sigma Xi; Fuertes
gold medal, European fellowship, 2 years) ; student
Zurich Polytechnic, Switzerland, 1895, Ecole des
Ponts et chausees, Paris, 1S96; m. Detroit, Mich., Jan.
25, 1901, Blanche Ferry; children: Barbara Ferry b.
1902; Adelaide Ferry, b. 1903; Helen Huntington, b.
1905; Blanche Ferry, b. 1909. Ass't eng'r and drafts-
man at intermittent periods, 18S8-1896; contractors'
eng'r and dredge captain, 1895-1S9S; mem. Private
Comm'n Nicaragua and Panama Canal projects, 1898;
resident eng'r Cornell Univ. hydraulic laboratory,
canal, water works, sewers, etc., 1899; deputy sup't
public works, State of N. Y., under Gov. Roosevelt's
administration, 1899-1900, and Gov. Odell's adminis-
tration, 1901; resigned 1901 to become interested in
mining timber and railroads in Southwest; resigned
1903 to accept present position as pres. The Develop-
ment and Funding Co., building and operating en-
gineering and industrial enterprises. Pres. Hooker
Electrochemical Co.; chm'n Finance Com. and Nat.
Treas. The Progressive Party. Author: Storage
Capacity in Lakes and Reservoirs, 1894; Some Refer-
ences on River Hydraulics, 1895; The Suspension of
Solids in Flowing Water, 1896. Progressive; Bap-
tist. Mem. Cornell Ass'n of Civil Eng'rs, Sigma Xi
Soc, Nat. Municipal League. Clubs: Century, Uni-
versity, Alpha Delta Phi, Cornell, Greenwich Field,
Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht. Address: 40 Wall St.,
N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. N. Y. City, May 1, 1873; s. Col.
G. W. Hooker, U. S. A., and Mary Grace Fisk Hooker;
ed. Phillips Exeter Acad., Yale Univ., A.B., Columbia
Law Sch., N. Y. Law Sch. ; m. Brattleboro, Vt., Dec
30, 1902, Maud Essex, of London, England; children:
Abby Fuller, Katherine Essex, George White, Mary
Grace, James Flsk, Jr. Ass't dist. att'y N. Y. City,
1897. Traveled in Egypt, Europe and Labrador. Pres.
Mohawk Clothing Co., Inc., and Shaugh-me-ta-da
Hotel Co. Republican delegate to Nat. Conv., 1904,
Roosevelt Notification Com. and sec. Delegate to
Saratoga Conv., 1912. Progressive Republican candi-
date for Mayor of Scheneetadjr, 1911. Republican
nominee for comptroller Cityyof Schenectady, 1913
(endorsed by Dem. party). Republican; Episcopalian.
Mem. N. Y. Bar Ass'n, Schenectadv Hist. Soc; asso.
Mem. G. A. R., Mil. Order<"Loyal Legion, Mason, Odd
Fellow. Trustee City Missions, Schenectady. Re-

creations: Walking, tennis, motoring swimming
Clubs: Yale (N. Y.), Mohawk (Schenectady) Ad-
dress: Schenectady, N. Y.


Born Black Earth, Dane Co., Wis. Dec. 5, I860- s
Dr. S. L. and Ellen A. (Kelly) Hooker; ed Le Roy
Academic Inst., Phillips Exeter Acad.; grad. 1879- m
Le Roy, N. Y., April 19, 1882, Lillian Whalin; one d '
Marjorie S.. b. Mar. 11, 18S9. In business with uncle'
?;. c - Wells, at Le Roy, until 1893; connected with
Hiram Sibley, of Rochester, and O. F. Woodward of
Le Roy, as mg'r of several mining ventures' in
Arizona. Mem. N. Y. Assembly, 1902-1905 (annually
re-elected) for Genesee County; was one of most
prominent candidates for speaker of Assembly of
1906, but at request of governor withdrew in favor
of James W. Wadsworth, Jr., who was elected' was
chm'n Railroad Com. and mem. Rules Com. in As-
sembly, 1906, and one of leaders in reorganized As-
sembly of that year; elected State senator in new
44th Senatorial Dist., Nov., 1906. Appt'd Jan. 6 1909
State Highway Comm'r for term of 6 years Dir'
Bank of Le Roy, Le Roy Nat. Bank. Republican'
Mem. Oatka Hose Co. of Le Roy, N. Y. Mason and
K. T. Clubs: City (N. Y. city), Batavia (Batavfa)
Residence: Le Roy, Genesee County, N. Y.


Banker; b. Macon, Ga., Sept. 3, 1849; <s. Richard
and Aurelia (D-wight) Hooker; grad Yale Univ
A.B., 1869; m. Springfield, Mass., June 30 1874 Sarah
Augusta Bowles; children: Richard, b. 1878; Thomas
Jr., b 18S2. Entered banking business 1895, as dir.
First Nat. Bank, New Haven, .became v.-p. 1902, pres
since 1909. Was pres. New Haven Trust Co 1903-
1909. V.-p. Union & New Haven Trust Co.; trustee
Nat. Savings Bank, dir. Nat. Pipe Bending Co Mem"
B'd t Ed'n, New Haven, Conn., 1894-1904. Congre-
gationalism Dir. Gen. Hospital Soc. of Conn., pres
and dir. New Haven Dispensary. Recreation- Golf
Clubs: Graduates, Quinnipiack, New Haven County
New Haven Lawn. Residence: 51 Hillhouse Av '
New Haven, Conn. Address: First Nat. Bank New
Haven, Conn.


Lawyer, jurist; b. Perrysburg, Cattaraugus Co., N.
Y., Nov. 24, 1856; s. John and Philema (Waterman)
Hooker; ed. Forestville (N. Y.) Free Acad., Hamilton
Coll., LL.D., 1899; m. Fredonia, N Y., Sept. 11 1884
Etta Elizabeth Abbey; children: Sherman Abbey, b'
1887; Florence Elizabeth, b. 890. Engaged in prac-
tice of law at Fredonia, N. Y., until 1898. Elected to
Congress from 34th Congressional Dist. of N. Y in
1890, and four times re-elected; resigned from Con-
gress, Nov., 1898, and appt'd judge of the Supreme
Court, and elected to same bench for a term of 14
years in 1899; designated by governor, asso. judge
Appellate Division, 2d Dep't, State of N. Y Dec
1902, and served in that court until Jan. l' 1909'
'When returned to trial work in 8th Judicial Dist.'
term expiring Dec. 31, 1913. Address: Fredonia


Born Falmouth, Me., Oct. 9, 1846; d. Rev. Charles
and Nancy Jenness (Page) Dame; grad. Mount Holy-
oke Sem., S. Hadley, Mass., 1869; m. Exeter, N H
Aug. 24, 1871, William Henry Hoole; one son, Lester
Page Hoole, M.D., b. 1873. Congregationalist. Mem.
Soc. Daughters of Revolution; dir. Home for Aged
Men, Mt. Holyoke Alumnae Ass'n of N. Y.- mem
Brooklyn Soc of N. E. Women. Clubs: Colonia
(ex-pres.), College Women (on governing b'd), Ex-
Presidenti (sec). Address: 77a Monroe St., Brook-
lyn, N. Y.


Dir. Brooklyn Inst, of Arts and Sciences; to. Wal-
pole, N. H., Feb. 11, 1851; s. William and Elvira
(Pulsifer) Hooper; ed. in dist. schools of Walpole, N.
H., Antioch Coll. Prep. Sch., Ohio, 1S67-1S71; entered
sophomore class, Harvard, 1872, AjB., Harvard, 1875,
honorary A.M., 1897; m. Augusta, Ga., May 23, 1876,
Martha S. Holden; children: Rebecca Lane, b. 1878 -
William Sylvester, b. 1880 (died 1884); Franklin Dana,
b. 1884. Served on scientific expd'n to Florida Keys
for Smithsonian Inst'n, 1875-1876; principal High
Sch., Keene, N. H., 1876-18S0; prof, chemistry and
geology Adelphi Coll., N. Y. City, 1880-1S89; dir. since
1S89 Brooklyn Inst. Arts and Sciences; trustee since
1887; lecturer on geological subjects. Trustee Brook-
lyn Art Ass'n since 1890, Brooklyn Public Library
1895-1903, Antioch Coll. since 1898 (pres. b'd 1902-
1906). Mem. B'd Ed'n, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1892-1893;
Brooklyn Young Republican Club, 1881-1884; Brook-
lyn League, 1884-1892 (chm'n Council of League, 1886-
1892); dir. and treas. New England Soc, Brooklyn.



1892-1910- trustee N. Y. State Sch. of Agr. on L. I.
since 1912, Adelphi Coll. since 1913. Pres. Old Rock-
ingham Meeting House Ass'n since 19.06. Editor In-
stitute Bulletin since 190S. Delivered 150th anni-
versary address of founding of town of Walpole, 1903.
Independent; Unitarian. Fellow A.A.A.S. ; pres. Am.
Bison Soc. ; mem. Am. Com. on Lecturers on the
History of Religions, Am. Oriental Soc, Nat. Geog.
Soc, Am. Forestry Ass'n, Am. Museums Ass'n., Nat. Art
Federation. Recreation: Farming on Hampshire
Farm, Walpole, N. H. Clubs: Hamilton, University,
Montauk. Harvard, Union. Address: Brooklyn Insti-
tute of Arts and Sciences, Academy of Music Bld'g,
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Banker; b. 'Paris, France; s. Nathaniel and Emma L.
(Bird) Hooper; ed. private sens., Boston, Mass. Part-
ner in firm Bartlett Bros. & Co. Republican; Episco-
palian. Cubs: Tennis and Racquet of Boston (pres.).
Somerset, Racquet and Tennis (N. Y.). Residence: 925
Boylston St. Address: 60 State St., Boston, Mass.


Clergyman; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Get. 2, 1848; s. Will-
iam Woart and Elizabeth (Berrian) Hooper; de-
scendant from Hooper family of Marblehead, Mass.,
g.-g.-grandfather having been "King" Hooper, famous
merchant prince of that place; also descendant of
Govs. Winthrop and Dudley, of Mass.; of Gen. Dayton,
comd'r N. J. troops in Revolution; on maternal side,
g.s. Rev. William Berrian. asso. rector and rector
for 53 years of Trinity Ch., N. Y. City; ed. Trinity Sch.,
N. Y. City; Columbia Univ., Gen. Theol. Sem., N. Y.
City, A.B., M.A. ; m. "Tamerton Place," East Chester,
N. Y., Feb. 19, 1S76, Lida J. Allerton; children: Lida,
Elizabeth, Rachel (died Nov. 12, 1886), William Ber-
rian (died Oct. 4, 1889). Successively rector Ch. of
the Good Shepherd, Milford, Pa.; Trinity Ch., Mount
Vernon, N. Y. ; Church of Our Merciful Saviour, Phila-
delphia; St. Michael Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y.; for several
years connected with Trinity Parish. N. Y. City. Mem.
Alumni Ass'n Columbia Univ., Alumni Ass'n the Gen.
Theol. Sem., Phi 'Beta Kappa. Address: Ch. of the
Prince of Peace, Gettysburg, Pa.


Mechanical and elec eng'r; o. West Chester, Pa.,
Oct. 16, 1870; s. Thomas and Amanda (Russell)
Hoopes; ed. private schs. and Cornell Univ.; m. Glens
Falls, IN. Y., 'Oct. 22, 1901, Mary E. Pruyn; children:
Samuel Pruyn, b. 1903; Mary Pruyn, b. 1903. Sup't
Edison Electric Illuminating Co., and of West Chester
Street Railway Co., West Chester, Pa., 1890-1891; elec.
eng'r Lynn & Boston R. R., 1892-1898; gen. mg'r Al-
bany & Hudson R'v & Power Co., 1899-1900; eng'r
J. G. White & Co., N. Y. City, 1901-1903; v.-p. Finch
Pruvn & Co., Inc. (mf'rs lumber and paper). Glens
Fall's, N. Y., 1904-1908. pres. since 1909. Republican.
Mem. Am. Inst. Elec. Eng'rs, Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs,
Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. Address: Glens Falls,
N. Y.


Clergyman, writer; b. Wernersville, Pa., Dec 21,
1841; s. John Keating and Catharine (Trout) Hoover;
ed. Ursinus Coll., 1800-1863; Gettysburg Theol. Sem.,
1863-1864; .Pennsylvania Coll., B.A., 1806, M.A., 1809;
m. Reading, Pa., May 10, 1864, Jane A., d. John and
Jane (Madison) Hedley; children: Matthew H., b.
1865; Marv E., b. 1871; Catharine T., now Mrs. Frank
H. Harkness. Cleveland, O., b. 1872; Jane E., b. 1875;
Charles F., 1>. 1876; M. Luther, to. 1878; Ruth A., now
Mrs. Thomas C. Whitmore, Lockport, N. Y., b. 1882;
Anna J., now Mrs. Wilfred J. Shaw, ib. 1884. Ordained
to ministry 1865, with continuous ministerial work
until 1901, and from 1902 until June 30, 1910. Prin-
cipal Frederick OPa.), Inst., 1866-1867. Author: Ene-
mies in the Rear (a Story of Our Civil War), 1895:
Not in His Steps, or The Ministerial Dead Line of 50
Years (story of the young minister fad); also news-
paper articles. Independent Republican. Mem. Soc.
for Advancement of Art, Philadelphia: Xi Rho Delta
Soc. Niagara Lodge, F. and A. M.. 375, Lockport, N.
Y. ; Leechburg Lodge 651, I. O. O. F., Leechburg, Pa.
Address: 69 Harvey Av., Lockport, N. Y.


Mining eng'r; b. West Branch, Iowa, 1S74; s. Jesse
Theodore and Hulda (Minthorn) Hoover; ed. public
schs., Iowa and Oregon; Stanford Univ., Calif., B.A.,
1895, Dep't of Mining Eng'ring: m. 1S99, Lou. d.
Charles D. Henry. Monterey, Calif. Ass't Ark. Geol.
Survey, 1893; U. S. Geol. Survey on geological work
in Sierra Nevada Mountains. 1895; ass't mg'r Carlisle
Mines, New Mexico, and Morning Star Mines, Calif.,
1896; in West Australia as chief mining staff Bewick,
Moreing Co., 1S97; mg'r Hannan's Brownhill Mine,
Sons of Gwalia and East Murchison Mines, 1S9S; chief

eng'r of Chinese Imperial Bureau of Mines, doing ex-
tensive exploration in interior of China, 1899. Bureau
ended by Boxer disturbances, Mr. Hoover and staff
being among those besieged at Tientsin and taking
part in defense of settlement; representative of bond-
holders in construction Ching Wang Tow Harbor, and
Oriental Syndicate, in China, 1900; gen. mg'r Chinese
Eng'ring & Mining Co., operating coal mines, steam-
ship lines, canals, railways, etc., 1901: partner
Bewick, Moreing & Co., mine operators, London, op-
erating 40 to 50 mines in Australia, China, Africa,
N'.-w Zealand, Burma, etc., 1902-1908; since 1908 mn'g
dir. or dir. Chinese Eng'ring & Mining Co., Ltd.; Zinc
Corp'n, Ltd.; Burma Mines, Ltd.; Kyshtim Corp'n,
Ltd.; Intercontinental Trust Co., Ltd.; Lake View &
Oroya Exploration Co., Ltd.; Granville Mining Co.,
Ltd.; Gen. Petroleum Co., Russo- Asiatic Corp'n, Ltd.,
etc. Mem. Am. Inst. M. E., Mining & Metallurgical
Soc. of America, Soc Ing. Civils de France. Soc. Beige
des Ingenieurs, A. I. Civil Eng'rs, Nat. Geog. Soc:
fellow Royal Geog. Soc. Trustee Leland Stanford
Univ. Has published various papers in proceedings
scientific institutes and in technical journals. Joint
author: Economics of Mining, Principles of Mining.
Translation from Latin of 16th Century of Agrocola's
De Re Metallica. Clubs: City, Lawyers (New York),
Albemarle, Devonshire, Automobile, Ranelagh, Hur-
lingham (London), Pacific Union, Bohemian, Bur-
lingame ('San Francisco). Residences: Red House,
Hornton St., London: 1901 Pacific Av., San Francisco.
Addresses: 1 London Wall Bld'gs, London, E. C; 71
Broadway. N. Y. City, and Mills Bld'g, San Fran-
cisco, Calif.


Chief of Publication, Conservation Dep't; b. Read-
ing, Pa., Feb. 25, 1865; s. Rev. Francis T. and Jane
(Hedlev) Hoover; grad. Phillipsburg (N. J.) High
Sch., 1883; Williams Coll.. A.B., 18SS; m. Lockport,
X. Y., 1893, Helen M. Edie; children: Grace Edie,
William Francis. Taught sch., Rensselaer County,
one year; engaged in newspaper work as reporter for
Pittsburgh Post; representative for Post in Pattison's
Gubernatorial campaign tour of 1890. Started the
Niagara Spray, and. 1891, the Daily Lockport Sun;
upon consolidation of Sun with Lockport Union, 1895,
"became mn'g editor Daily Union-'Sun: resigned 1912.
Was one of organizers of Niagara Frontier Pure
Water Conf., and is sec. of org'n. Dir. N. Y. State
Fish, Game & Forest League; several years on press
com. of Lake Mohonk Conf. on Internat. Arbitration.
Mem. Audubon Soc, Am. Game Protective and Propa-
gation Ass'n; v.-p. Western N. Y. Sportsmen's Ass'n;
mem. N. Y. State Democratic Editorial Ass'n, N. Y.
Associated Dailies. Mason; Odd Fellow. Clubs:
Niagara County Anglers (dir.). Tusca-rora, Elks (Lock-
port), Aurania. University (Albany), Sterling Lodge
Ass'n, Adirondaeks. Address: Chief of Publication
of Conservation Dep't, Albany, N. Y.


Editor, author, lecturer; b. Burlington Flats. Ot-
sego Co., N. Y., March 27, 1843; s. Alvah and Mercy
(Hale) Hopkins; ed. district school in W. Exeter, N.
Y., Hamilton (N. Y.) Acad., Ph.D., "pro merito" from
Am. Temperance Univ., Tennessee; m. 1st, Rochester,
N. Y., 1S67, Adelia R. Allyn; 2d, Hornellsville, N. Y.,
1897, Emma M. Santee; one d.: Dillarene R b. Roch-
ester, 1871. Editor Moore's Rural New Yorker, Roch-
ester, 1S67-1S70; Am. Rural Home, Rochester, 1871-
1884; Am. Reformer, N. Y. City, 1882-1884; The Facts,
Elmh-a, 1897-1898. Prof, economics. Am. Temperance
Univ., 1891-1893. Author: Our Satobath Evening; His
Prison Bars; Sinner and Saint: Geraldine; Ballads of
Brotherhood; Wealth, and Waste; Profit and Loss in
Man; Waifs and Their Authors; Life of General Fisk:
The Bugle of Right. As a lecturer traveled widely
throughout U. 'S. and Canada. Republican as a young
man, and held clerkship in a State dep't at Albany.
Prohibitionist since 1871; candidate of Prohibition
Party four times for Congress; once for State comp-
troller, once for sec. of State and once (18S2) for gov.
Presided over several State convs : wrote many State
and nat. platforms of party. Baptist. Address: N. Y.


Civil eng'r; to. Jersey City, N. J.. Jan. 22, 1860: s.
Stephen and Henrietta" Louisa (Comstock) Hopkins:
grad. Lehigh Univ., B.Sc. (Wilbur scholarship and
valedictorian). 1SS2, C.E . 18S4; m. AVoodhull, N. Y.,
iMay 7, 1SS5, Eleanora Sherwood (died 1902); 2d. Dans-
ville, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1910, Grace Denio Dver; children:
Arthur S., b. 1886; Ruth. b. 1S8S: Henrietta, b. 1890;
Clara, b. 1894. In practise of hydraulic and sanitary
eng'ring since 1S84. City eng'r, Rome, N. Y., 1892-
189S. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil
Eng'rs, New England Water Works Ass'n, Am. Water



Works Ass'n, S. A. R., Psl Upsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Phi
Beta Kappa. Clubs: Rome, University (Rochester).
Address: Rochester, X. Y.


Playwright; b. in Indiana, Oct.- S, 1S76: s. Prof. Ed-
win S. and Mary Orissa (Scrugham) Hopkins. Au-
thor: Titus Flavius (drama in verse), 1901; The Great
White Way, drama (produced 1906); also translations
of .Maxim Gorkv's play.^: A Night's Lodging, 1905; The
Smug Citizen. 1906. Inventor of the Hopkins talking
motion pictures, the first and only practicable com-
bination of phonograph and cinematograph; pre9.
Great Eastern Vividrome Co. Clubs: The Playwrights'
League of N. Y. (pres.), Green Room. Address: 1531
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Dry goods merchant: 'b. N. Y., Nov. S, 1863; s. John
Milton and Augusta Dublois (Haven) Hopkins; ed.
Wilson & Kellogg Grammar Sch.; m. Elizabeth Stock-
well, g.d. Elias Howe, inventor sewing machine. Part-
ner with Woodburv Langdon in the firm of Joy Lang-
don & Co.. until its dissolution, 1909; connected with
Bliss. Fabvan & Co., since 1911. Pres. and dir. Hyde
Realty Co., Central Syndicate Bld'g Co.; dir. German
Alliance Ins. Co.; mem. B'd of Dirs. German Am. Ins.
Co. Pres. village of Larchmont, 4 terms. Republi-
can. Mem. Chamber of Commerce, N. E. Soc Clubs:
Merchants, Piping Rock, N. Y. Yacht, Larchmont
Yacht Scarsdale Country. Residence: Larchmont
Manor, N. Y. Address: 32 Thomas St., N. T. City.


Composer, editor, mg'r; b. Champaign. 111., Feb. 27,
1S79; s. William C. (D.D.) and Julia (Gibson) Hopkins;
grad., A. B., Harvard Univ. (honors in music, philos-
ophy), 1900; studied music under J. K. Paine; m. To-
ledo, O, 1904, Mildred Mathilde Pangburn; one d.:
Julia Geraldine, b. 1909. Specialized in vocal com-
position; first to choose extensively for song-writing
onlv greatest English poems. Composer: The Great
English Poets' Album, thirty songs: The Modern
Poets' Album, twenty songs (Cecil fMackie, Inc., N.
Y.); Keats' Album, eight songs; Shakespeare Album,
six songs (Novello & Co., London); Twenty-two Hymn
Tunes (Novello & Co.), and anthems, etc.; editor
Musical Advance (N. Y.), since 1913. Concert and
theatrical mg'r N. Y. Plectrum Orchestra and A Night
at the Opera. Pres. Cecil Mackie, Inc.; v.-p. and treas.
Mando-Orchestra Co.. Inc. Clubs: Harvard. Musicians.
Manhattan Chess. Residence: 435 W. 119th St., and
Harvard Club. Address: 2 W. 45th St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Granville, N. Y., Nov. 17, 1846; s. James
C. and Mary W. (Allen) Hopkins; ed. Univ. of Wis.;
m. 1st, Madison, Wis., June IS, 1872, Julia Proudfit;
2d, Toledo, O., April 10, 1889, Zoe Carrington; chil-
dren: Elizabeth, b. 1873; George Allen, b. 1875. En-
gaged in railway operating and construction until
1883; since then in commission business in Wall St.
in firm of George B. Hopkins & Co. Mem. Stock Ex-
change since 1S86. Pres. and dir. Cuban & Pan-
American Express Co. Life mem. Am. Museum of
Natural History, Botanical Gardens, Zool. Soc, Am.
Geog. Soc, Nat. Geog. Soc, Charity Organization
Soc. of N. Y.. N. Y. Historical Soc, Asiatic Soc.
(Japan), Am. Hist Ass'n of Washington, D. C, State
Hist Soc. of Wis., Met. Museum of Art, A.A.A.S., Cham-
ber of Commerce, N. Y. City. Clubs: Century, Union
League, Racquet and Tennis, N. Y. Yacht, Tuxedo,
Sleepy Hollow, Midday, Automobile of America, Chi-
cago (Chicago), St. James, Mount Royal (Montreal),
Racquet (Philadelphia), University (Madison, Wis.).
Address: 25 W. 48th St., N. Y.'City.


Lawyer; b. Auburn, N. Y.. June 20, 1852; s. Samuel
M. and Marv J. H. (Heacock) Hopkins; grad. Hamil-
ton Coll. (Phi Beta Kappa), A.B., 1872. A.M., 1875;
Albany Law Sch., LL B., 1875; m. Rochester, N,, Y.,
Nov. 10, 18X7. Martha P. Porter; one d.: Hester Adams,
b. 1891. Democrat; Congregationalist. Pres. Roch-
ester Bar Ass'n. Pres. Children's Aid Soc. of Roch-
ester. Clubs: University (pres.), Kent. Residence:
S16 Oxford St. Address: 714-715 Powers Block,
Rochester, N. Y.


Real estate ibroker and agent; ,b. Flushing, L. I.,
Jan. 24. 1874; s. Stephen Tyng and Mary Warner
(Munn) Hopkins; ed. Catskill Acad.; grad. Catskill
Acad., 1S92 (Salutatorian), Yale Coll. (Sheffield Sci-
entific Sch.), 1895. 'Senior apptm't (cum laude) prize
in Historv; m. St. George's Ch., June 21, 1905. Mar-
garet Hall Dalv; one son: Stephen Davis Hopkins, *b.
Oct. 31, 1907. Partner Hopkins & Boyd; pres. and dir.
VaTian Realtv Co., Rippowan Realty Co. With Charles

Scribner's Sons, Brown Bros. & Co., Treat & Con-
in'sr, i' [; Mum. ii. Kugene Southack, .1 Jordan Hop
kins. Served in the Spanish-Am. War with N. Y.
Naval Reserve, 2d Battalion. Progressive; Episco-

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