Geddings Harry Crawford.

Who's who in New York (city and state) online

. (page 131 of 284)
Online LibraryGeddings Harry CrawfordWho's who in New York (city and state) → online text (page 131 of 284)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook

rare intervals for a number of years; lived for some
years at Ottawa, Ont., where her husband was Am.
consul-gen. During past five years has resumed her
dramatic readings, lecture recitals and magazine
writing. 'Most notable essay being: Dramatic Readers,
Past and Present; The Spoken Word; The Air We
Breathe; No Age in Life. Episcopalian. Residence:
71 Highland Av Northport, L. 1. Address: 2409
Grand At., University Heights, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. New Haven, Conn., Dec. 1859; s. Wales
and Frances Augusta Hotchkiss; Columbia, A.B., 1881,
Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y., M.D., 1884; m. 1891, Alice
H. Greene; Surgeon Bellevue and Roosevelt Hosps.;
prof, clinical surgery. Coll. Phys. and Surgeons, N. Y.
City. Club: University. Address: 59 W. 48th St.,
N. Y. City.


Editor, magazine writer, encyclopedist; b. Elmira,
N. Y., Jan. 29, 1867; s. Thomas Woodward and Jane
(Jewell) Hotchkiss; ed. Public Sch. No. 4, Elmira,
N. Y.; prep. ed. at Elmira Free Acad.; grad. Princeton,
1889 (Ivy Orator); student Columbia Law Sch.; M.S.,
Princeton, 1899 (mech. drawings left at Princeton
exhibited at the World's Columbian and Paris Exp'ns
by Univ.); m. N. Y. City, 1911, Amy Warner Quacken-
bush. Admitted to N. Y. Bar, 1892; in law office of
Humphrey, Lockwood & Hoyt, Buffalo, 1892-1894; on
editorial staff Am. and lEng. Encyclopaedia of Law,
Northport, L. I., 1895-1897; mg'r St. Bartholomew's
Employment Bureau, N. Y. City, under Dr. (now
Bishop) Greer, 1897-1903; ass't editor and editor
'(Town and Country" 1903-1908. Contb'r to various
magazines and encyclopaedias. Collaborated in draft-
ing the law governing employment agencies in N. Y.
State, 1904. Collaborated in original research for an
Iconography of Manhattan Island, 1912-1913. Recrea-
tions: Tennis, rowing, swimming, walking. Address:
2409 Grand Av University Heights, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; lb. Whitehall Washington County, N. Y.,
Sept 7, 1864; s. Mason K. and Rachel Amanda (Mer-
riam) Hotchkiss; grad. Hamilton Coll., A.B.- 1886,
A.M., 1889; m. April 25, 1895, Buffalo, N. Y.,
Katherine Tremaine Bush; children: Katherine, b.
1900; Emily, 'b. 1903. Admitted to bar in 1888; prac-
tised at Auburn. N. Y., until 1S90, in Buffalo until
1912, and in N. Y. City since 1912; was mem. firm of
Teller & Hotchkiss at Auburn;, in Buffalo, succes-
sively of Parker & Hotchkiss, Parker, Hotchkiss,
Miller & Templeton, Hotchkiss'. i& Templeton and
Hotchkiss & Bush. Clerk of Surrogate's Court of
Cayuga County N. Y., 1887-1889; referee In ibrank-
ruptcy for Erie County, 1898-1909. Active in primary
reform movement in 1897-1898, and assisted in draft-
ing first N. Y. Primary Law; active in movements
for amendments to Bankruptcy Law and assisted iri
drafting amendatory (bill of 1903, active in movements
for better regulation of automobiles while on public
highways, and assisted in drafting the N. Y. Motor
Vehicle Law of 1904. Served as comm'r for the pro-
motion of uniformity in legislation of State of N.
Y 1907-1908; sup't of Ins. of N. Y., 1909-1912. Pro-
gressive; first N. Y. State chm'n of Nat. Progressive

Party, 1912; signer of call for formation of Progres-
sive Party, Chicago, 1912. Ex-pres. Erie County Bat


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, 1869; s. Christian C. and
Catharine S. Hottenroth; ed. public schools; grad.
Coll. City of N. Y. and N. Y. Univ.; studied law and
admitted to practice; m. X. Y. City. I'.iiiii, .Mamie A.
Schmidt. Became 'mem. firm Gumbleton & Hotten-
roth, since dissolved, present firm being A. C. & F.
W. Hottenroth. Mem. Constitutional Convention,
1894; mem. City Council from Borough of Bronx,
1897-1901. Elected pres. of Taxpayers' Alliance, 1904,
1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909; treas. and dir. Sandrock
Realty Co., U. S. Award and Assessment Co., Map
and Abstract Co., Allendorf Realty Co. and others,
Residence: 69 Kingsbridge Rd. Address: 261 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; ib. N. Y. City, Sept. 10, 1S79; s. Christian
C. and Catharine (Sandrock.) Hottenroth; ed. public
schs.; grad. Coll. City of N. Y., B.A., 1898; N. Y. Law
Sch., LL.B., .1900: m. N. Y. City, April 15, 1903, Mar-
guerite Liebertz; children: Helen K., b. 1904; Con-
stance M., b. 1905; Frederick W. Jr., b. 1906; Vivian
M., b. 1910. Successful real estate litigator, espe-
cially in public condemnation proceedings and real
estate assessments. (Dir. Henry F. A. Wolf Co., Bronx
County Mortgage Co.; sec. Sandrock Realty Co.; treas.
Granconcourse Co., Allendorf Realty Co., Union St.
Realty Co. Democrat. Mem. Bronx Art and Science
League, North Side B'd of Trade, Bronx Bar Ass'n,
Taxpayers' Alliance, Twenty-third Ward Property
Owners' Ass'n. Clubs: Schnorer, Jefferson, Tam-
many. Address: 2429 Grand Boul. & Concourse, Bronx
Borough, N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. Philadelphia, May 18 1S5S; s. Alfred
Lacey and Mary (Merrill) H.; ed. Kimball Union
Acad., Meridian, N. H., Dartmouth Coll., A.B., 1879;
m. N. Y. Oity, Nov. 21, 1903, Ethel Powers. Taught
school after graduation, studied law and admitted to
the 'bar at Philadelphia, 1883, practising there a few
years; removed to N. Y. City, where practised law
until appt'd by Pres. Roosevelt, June 27, 1906, to
present office as United States district judge for the
Southern Dist. of N. Y. Served six years in N. Y.
Naval Militia. Mem. N. 1'. State Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar
City of N. Y. Club: University. Residence: 550
Park Av. Address: Post-office Bld'g, N. Y. City.


Engineering contractor; t>. Fort Wayne, Ind., 1S65;
s. John and Sarah (Dawkins-Burgess) Hough; ed.
public schools and private tutor; grad. Yale Univ.,
Ph.B., 1885; m. N. Y. City, 1903, Heloise Beekman.
Learned trade of machinist and boiler maker; "was
chief eng'r in structural dep't of R. D. Wood & Co.,
Phila.; chief eng'r and gen. mg'r East River Gas
Co.; gen. mg'r Nat. Contracting Co.; pres. United
Eng'ring' and Contracting Co., N. Y. Tunnel Co..
Hough-Wickersham Realty Co. The Cuban Eng'ring
and Contracting Co. Mem. (capt.) 1st Reg't U. S.
Vol. Eng'rs, (capt.) 71st Reg't, N.G.N.Y., Naval and
Mil. Order Spanish-Am. War, Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs.
Am. Soc. of Mech. Eng'rs, Am. Gas Inst., Theta Xi
Ass'n. Cluibs: University, Engineers, Yale, Turf and
Field, City (Lunch, University (Phila,), ^Graduates
(New Haven, Conn.), Am. Yacht, Vedado Tennis
(Havana, Cuba). British (Moscow, Russia). Address:
17 W. 42d St., N. Y. City.


Author, publisher; b. Albany, N. Y., Mar. 30, 1S57:
s. Dr. Franklin Benjamin and Mariah Ellen (Kilham)
Hough; grad. Lowville Acad., in the class of '76, and
Cornell Univ., '81, B.A. Also attended one course in
the Coll. of Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y. ; m. Low-
ville, Jan. 19, 1892, Anna Maria Galloway; children:
Gertrude Helen, b. Feb. 19, 1893; Romeyn Beck, Jr.,
b. Mar. 14, 1895; Marjorie Galloway, b. Oct. 3, 1S96;
Winifred Doten, b. April 11, 189S; Edith Dora, ;b. Nov.
7, 1S99. Devised a machine and process of section-
ing woods for scientific purposes. With it sections
are made (1) from 1 1 50 to 1|200 in. thick, on re-
spectively transverse, radial and tangential planes,
and used for purpose of illustrating the various
species in a work entitled American Woods; (2)



from 1J40O to l|U0O in. thick, for mounting in stere-
opticon slide form for projection with the stere-
opticon, and (3) l|120O in. thick for mounts for study
with the microscope. Author and publisher of:
American Woods, illustrated by actual specimens,
with copious text. Large Svo. The Work, in a series
of 15 vols., is designed to cover all of the important
timber trees of the U. S and Canada; 12 vols, have
been issued and others are in preparation, Hand-
book of the Trees of the Northern States and Canada;
photo-descriptive. In this work the characteristic
leaves, fruits and leafless branchlets and barks of
each species are shown in carefully made 'photo-
graphic illustrations and the distributions are shown
by individual maps. The characteristic wood struc-
tures of at least one species of each genus are indi-
cated by a series of photomicrographs. The value
and importance of the above work is attested .by the
fact that their author has been awarded, through
the Franklin Inst, of Philadelphia, the sp'l Elliot
Cresson gold medal on account of their production.
Besides the above have been awarded grand prize
or gold medal at Paris Exp'n. Columbian, Pan. Amer-
ican, Louisana Purchase and Alaska-Yukon Exp'ns.
Republican. Mem. A. A. A. S.rAra. Ornithologists'
Union, Nat. Geog. Soc, Washington Acad of Sciences,
Torrey Botanical. Recreations: Nature Study, boat-
ing, bicycling, gardening. Address: Lowville, N. Y,


Lawyer; b. Piermont, N. Y"., April 2S, 1S64; s. Mat-
thew Henry and Sarah Seymour Houghton; grad.
Phillips Andover Acad., 1SS4, Amherst Coll., A.B.,
1SSS; attended Columbia Law Sch.; m. 1S95, Mary S.
Clark, of Louisville, Ky.; children: Evelyn Clare, b.

onT . tt,j : oi ;il i- inAA v.3 ,?**~*1 + ^ "NT "V Dor

ltnern jjisi. oi in. x., April, i^us-Aiai cu i,
1907. Mem. Chi Psi fraternity. Residence: Red Bank,
N. J. Address: 111 Broadway, N. Y. City.


.b. Norristown, Pa., March 13, 1870; s.

and Grace Rittenhouse (Blackwell)

d. Phillips Andover Acad., 1SS9; A.B.,

., 1893. Mem. Houghton, Mifflin & Co.;

'r The Riverside Press. Republican;

Clubs: University (Boston), Colonial

Residence: 5 Waterhouse St. Ad-
Riverside Press, Cambridge, Mass., and
, N. Y. City.


James Clay
Houghton; e
Amherst Coll
dir. and mg
(Cambridge ).
dress: The
16 E. 40th St


Clergyman; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 17, 1S50; grad. St.
Stephen's Coll., Annandale, 1S67, A.M., 1870, B.D., 1S93,
D.D., 1895; grad. Gen. Theol. Sem., 1870. Ordained
priest in Episcopal Church 1871, by Bishop Potter;
curate Trinity Parish, N. Y., 9 years, and rector of
Trinity Ch., Hoboken, N. J., also rector St. John's,
W. Hoboken, Grace Ch., Town of Union, N. J.,
and Ch. of Transfiguration, Pine-Hill-in-the-Catskill,
IS years, until 1897, when called as rector to Ch. of
the" Transfiguration, N. Y. (Little Church Around the
Corner). Mem. Hist. Soc, Geographical Soc, Munic-
ipal Art Soc, Sons of Revolution, Soc. Colonial WaTs.
Clubs: Calumet, National Arts, The Players, Salma-
gundi, Graduates. Address: il E. 29th .St., N. Y. City.


Editor, author; b. Piermont, Rockland Co., N. Y., d.
Hezekiah Cook and Mary (Sherrill) Seymour; ed. at
home and Utica Female Sem.; m. Piermont, N. Y.,
Dec. 30, 1856, Elihu Reed Houghton; children: Mary
Seymour, Daisy, Elihu Russell, Augustus Seymour,
Henry. Ten years editorial writer Frank Leslie's
Weekly; three years dep't writer Lippincott's Maga-
zine; five years ass't editor Am. Tract Soc; 14 years
literary, and editor-in-chief The Evangelist, 3 years;
two years asso. editor Christian Work and The Evan-
gelist; editor Am. McAll Reand since 1888: has trav-
eled and lived in France, Germany and Italy, traveled
in Svria, Palestine and Egypt, and extensively in the
United States. Author of many books and translator
of several 'German and French works. Dir. Am. Mc-
All Ass'n and Brotherhood of the Kingdom. Pro-
gressive; Episcopalian. Club: Meridian. Address:
Marlborough-on-Hudson, N. Y.


Secretary of Agriculture; .b. Monroe, N. C, Feb. 17,
1866; s. William Henry and Cornelia Anne (Stevens)
Houston; grad., A.B., S. C. Coll., 1887; A.M., Harvard
Univ., 1892 (LL.D., Tulane, 1903. Univ of Wis., 1906,
Yale Univ., 1913); m. Austin, Texas,' Dec. 11, 1895,
Helen Beall; grad. student and tutor in ancient lan-
guages S. C. Coll., 18S7-'188S; sup't Spartanburg (S. C.)
city schs., 1888-1891: grad. student polit. science, Har-
vard, 1891-1894; adjunct prof., 1S94-1897; asso. prof..

1897-1900; prof, polit. science, 1900-1902, and dean of
faculty, L899-1902, Univ. of Texas; pies. Agr'l and
Mech. Coll. c-f Texas, 1902-1905; pies. Univ. of Texas,
1905-1908; chancellor Wash. Univ., St. Louis, since
1908; appt'd sec. of agr. March 6, 1918. Author: A
Critical Study of Nullification In South Carolina. Mem.
Rockefeller Sanitary Comm'n, Southern Edn'l B'd. Am.
Economic Ass'n; trustee Jo'hn F. Slatei Fund; fellow
Texas State Hist. Soc. Club: Harvard Graduate (pies.,
1S93-1894). Address: Washington, D. C.

Geologist; b. New Haven, Conn., Sept. 15, 1862; s.
Horace Carter and Helen L. (Blatchley) Hovey; ed.
public schools, Peoria, 111., Kansas City, Mo., New
Haven, Conn.; grad. Yale Univ., A.B., 1884, Ph.D., 1889;
studied at Heidelberg, Germany, 1890-1891; m. New
Haven, Conn., Sept. 13, 1SSS, Esther A. Lancraft. Prin.
schools, Janesville, Minn., 18S4-18S5; Elk River, Minn.,
18S5-18S6; ass't Mineral Laboratory, Sheffield Scien-
tine Sch., Yale, 1SS6-1887; ass't prin. Waterbury
(Conn.) High Sch., 188S-1891; prin. same, 1891-1892;
sup't Mo. Mineral exhibit, Columbian Exp'n, 1S92-1S93;
ass't U. S. Geol. Survey, 1890, 1901-1906; ass't curator
geol. dep't, Am. Museum of Natural History, 1894
1900; asso. curator, 1901-1909; curator since 1910. Has
traveled in Russia, including Russian Armenia; Les-
ser Antilles for sp'l study o'f eruptions of Mt. Pelee and
Soufriere, in 1902-1903; in [Mexico and in other re-
gions. Corr. mem. Sociedad Cientifieo Antonio Alzate,
.Mexico. Fellow of A.A.A.S. (sec. section E, 1903,
1904-190S), Geol. Soc. of America (sec since 1907),
Ass'n Am. Geog., Am. Inst, of Mining' Eng'rs; fellow
N. Y. Acad, of Science (v. -p., 1905-1906; recording sec.
since 1907, editor 190S); mem. Nat. Geog. Soc, N. Y.
Mineralogical Club (pres. 1906); delegate to Internat.
Geol. Cong., 1897, 1903, 1906, 1913. Is particularly in-
terested in vulcanology and gen. geology. Author of
many papers on geol. subjects. Clubs: Century, Ex-
plorers. Address: American Museum of Natural His-
tory. N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Wiborg, Finland, April 17, 1868; s.
Walter and Bertha (Boldt) Hoving; ed. in classical
Lyceum and Gymnasium of Wibarg and Helsingfors
Univ., Ph.M., 1890; Ph.D. Univs. pf Berlin and Lund
(Sweden); grad. Royal Karolintka Medico-Chirurg.
Inst., Stockholm, M.D., 1898; m. June 17, 1894, Helga
Adamsen-Rundberg, of Stockholm; children: Hannes,
b. 1895; Walter, b. 1897; Greta, b. 1899. Studied chem-
istry, etc., in Helsingfors, 1886-1890; anatomy, odon-
tology, etc., Berlin. Sept., lS90-May, 1891: anatomy,
physiology, medicine, surgery, etc., at Stockholm, 1891-
1S98; hydrotherapy, mechanotherapy, inhalation treat-
ment, etc., in almost all baths in Germany, Austria,
Hungary, Holland, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Swe-
den and Finland, 1S9S; chief physician and sup't at
Baths of Mariehamn, Aland, Finland, 1898-1903, and
at his mechanotherapeutic inst. at Helsingfors until
Oct.. 1903; came to N. Y. City, Nov., 1903, because of
polit. troubles with Russian Gov't at that time in Fin-
land. Author of several professional and other es-
says In Swedish, German, Finnish and English, and
lecturer in Swedish for Nat. Ass'n for Prevention of
Tuberculosis; translator into Swedish and Finnish
for B'd of Health and Nat. Ass'n for Prevention of
Tuberculosis; late attending physician Sydenham
Hosp. Life mem. Swedish Med. Soc, Stockholm; mem.
Swedish Lutheran Gustavus Adolphus Ch. of N. Y. ;
mem. Finnish Med. Soc. of Helsingfors, Nat. Ass'n for
Prevention of Tuberculosis, Union of Old German
Students, Ass'n of German Authors in America, A. A.
A.S.; trustee Am, Scandinavian Soc and ehm'n of its
Social Com.; Swedish Hist. Soc. of America; was mem.
Med. Ass'n of iSt. Mark's, German and Yorkville Hosps.
Knight of Grand Lodge of Freemasons in Stockholm,
and lecturer of Freemasonry in several lodges in N.
Y. Odd Fellow; hon. mem. Swedish Gymnastic Soc.
of N. Y., Am. Soc. of Swedish Eng'rs: delegate United
German .Socs. of N. Y.. Phvsicians' Mutual Aid Ass'n
of N. Y., Swedish Aid Soc. of N. Y. : v. -p. United Swed-
ish Soc. of N. Y.: life mem. Swedish Home for Aged
People Ass'n; mem. exec com. of the Scandinavian
Technical Sch. of N. Y. : established private hosp.,
1911. Address: 233 Lenox Av. (After April 1, 1914):
1089 Madison Av., N. Y. City, and 3 Victoria St.. Bad
Nauheim, Germany (as specialist of internal diseases).


Editor (writes under pen name Percy Lindon How-
ard); b. Liverpool, Eng., Jan. 4, 1869; s. Thomas Lister
Ogden and Harriet Margaret (Broadhurst) HowaTd;
grad. Rugby, with honors; m. Fort Wayne, Ind.. 1895,
Emmie Josephine Parker; one son: Frederick Percy,
b. 1897. Originally engaged in the theatrical profes-
sion; prop'r of five theatrical cos., and three theatres
in England: .began newspaper career on N. Y. Morning
Journal, under Albert Pulitzer; telegraph editoT



Morning Advertiser; ass't mn'g editor Daily News;
managing editor Morning Telegraph; pres. and editor-
in-chief Central News and Press Exchange; now news
editor N. Y. Press; has traveled extensively in U. S.,
Australia, India, England, France and Ireland, study-
ing labor problems. Independent in politics. Mem.
Masonic order P. D. D. G. M. 8th Dist. N. Y. (R. A. M.,
past high priest). Knight Templar. Author: Mr. Dev-
ery, stories in the vernacular. Recreations: Yachting,
shooting. Address: N. Y. Press Club, N. Y. City.


Publisher, book editor; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 25,
1837; grad. from Univ. of Rochester, 1857, A.B., 1860,
A.M.; m. 1871, Susan R. Merriam, of Springfield, Mass.
Traveled in America, 1858; instr. Brooklyn Polytech-
nic Inst, 1S59; traveled and studied in Europe, 1859-
1861; served during Civil War as capt. and aide-de-
camp, U. S. Vols., Aug., 1861, to Feb., 1S65; editor of
reports with Adelberg and Raymond mining eng'rs,
1865; editorial writer, N. Y. Times and N. Y. Examiner
and Chronicle, 1866-1867; since Dec, 1867, in publish-
ing .business (J. B. Ford & Co. and Fords, Howard &
Hulbert) ; since 1903 retired from business, busied as
book editor. Author: Henry Ward Beecher A Study;
cyclopedia work, divers lectures and many articles,
chiefly in the Outlook. Editor: Patriotic Addresses,
Bible Studies, Evolution and Religion, and Sermon
Briefs, by H. W. Beecher; Educational Nuggets; Patri-
otic Nuggets; Historical Nuggets; A Treasury of Il-
lustration, by H. W. Beecher (with T. J. Ellinwood);
revised and enlarged edition Bryant's Library of
Poetry and Song; as mn'g editor (with Bliss Carman
and others), The World's Best Poetry; Hundred Best
American Poems; Prose You Ought to Know; Best
American Essays; Best American Orations; Poems of
Friendship; Poems of Nature, and other works. Mem.
Phi Bata Kappa Soc, Nat. Geog. Soc. Mil. Order of
Loyal Legion of U. S. ; pres. B'd Ed'n, B'd Trustees 1st
Cong. Ch.; mem. B'd Trustees Free Pub. Library.
Clubs: Montclair (pres.), Outlook (pres.), Tariff Re-
form (pres.). Address: Montclair, N. J.


Chief Bureau of Entomology, TJ. S. Dep't Ag'r; b.
Rockford, 111., June 11, 1857; s. Ossian Gregory and
Lucy Dunham (Thurber) Howard; grad. Cornell Univ..
B.S., 1877, M.S., 1S83; Georgetown Univ., Ph.D., 1896;
George Washington Univ., M.D., 1911; Univ. of Pitts-
burgh, LL.D., 1911; m. Washington, D. C, April 28,
1886. Marie T. Clifton; children: Lucy Thurber, b.
April 3, 1892; Candace Leland, b. Nov. 3, 1896; Janet
Moore, b. Jan. 21, 1901. Aippt'd ass't entomologist,
1878, and chief, 1894, Bureau of Entomology in U. .S.
Dep't of Agr. Honorary curator Dep't of Insects, U.
S. Nat. Museum, since Oct. 31, 1895; consulting. ento-
mologist, U. S. Public Health Service, since 1902.
Author: Mosquitoes How They Live, 1901; The In-
sect Book, 1902; The House Fly Disease Carrier, 1911;
also many Gov't publications and monographs; contb'r
entomology to Century Dictionary, Standard Diction-
ary, New Internat. Encyclopaedia. Permanent sec.
A.A.A.S. ; mem. Ass'n Economic Entomologists (pres.,
1894), Biol. Soc. Washington (pres., 1897-1898.), and
many other home and foreign scientific ass'ns; mem.
Delta Upsilon fraternity. Clubs: Cosmos (pres., 1909),
Bannockburn (Golf), Onteora Country (Tannersville,
N. Y.). Has legal (voting) residence at Ithaca, N. Y.
Address: Cosmos Club, Washington. D. C.


Lawyer; b. Newark, N. J., March 4, 1S78; s. George
E. P. and Rhoda (Robinson) Howard; grad. Yale Univ.,
Ph.B., 1898; Harvard Univ., LL.B., 1901; m. Orange,
N. J., June 7, 1911, Jean Cassard Bulkley. Engaged in
practise of law since admission to bar. Capt. Div.
Staff, N. J. N. G. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem.
Theta Psi fraternity. Clubs: University, Down Town,
Essex County Country, Essex Fox Hounds. Residence:
Llewellyn Park, West Orange, N. J. Address: 32
Liberty St., N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. Troy, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1863; s. Joel T. and
Susannah M. (Sweet) Howard; common sch. ed'n; m.
Oct. 1, 18S4, Carrie A. Millias. Admitted to bar and
engaged in practice of law until elected, Nov., 1892,
justice Supreme Court of N. Y. for Third Dist., for
term expiring 1916. Republican. Address: 131 First
St., Troy, N. Y.


Author; b. Merriweather Co., Ga., Sept. 4, 1857; s.
Dr. E. H. and Emily Caroline (Wellborn) Martin; ed.
Washington and Lee Univ., Lexington, Va. ; m. N. Y.
City, Dec. 4, 1901, Elizabeth Agnew. Spent much time
In Ohina, Japan, Corea, India, Egypt, etc. Lectured
under B'd Ed'n of N. Y. City and at large on Oriental
topics, languages, etc.; one of small group of dip-

lomats, first ever received by an Emperor of China,
1890. Sec. U. S. Legation in China. Mem. Chickasaw
Guards of Memphis, 7th Reg't of N. Y. Democrat;
mem. St. Thomas' P. E. Ch. Mem. Soc. of Cincinnati,
Soc. Colonial Wars, Soc. Foreign Wars, Sons of Revo-
lution, N. Y. Hist. Soc, N. Y. Geneal. and Biog. Soc,
Met. Museum, Museum of Natural History, Nat. Geog.
Soc, Theta Delta Chi fraternity; mem. B'd of Mg'rs,
N. Y. P. E. City Mission Soc Recreations: Riding,
athletics, theatre.. Club: Riding. Address: 160 W.
59th St., N. Y. City.


Life insurance mg'r; b. in St. Lawrence Co., N. Y..
June 28, 1853, ed. in public schools. Engaged in in-
surance business with ^Etna Life Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Conn., 1877-1886; entered Syracuse office of North-
western Mutual Life Ins. Co. of Milwaukee; but on
org'n, 1886, of Security Mutual Life Ins. Co. of Bing-
hamton, became its Syracuse agent, and has remained
' with same company ever since; appt'd field supervisor
1887, and supervisor of both field and office work at
home office, 1893; since ass't gen. mg'r and dir. or
company; elected third v.-p. April 7, 1908. Address:
Binghamton, N. Y.


Author, dir. People's Inst.; b Meadville, Pa., Nov.
21, 1867; s. Andrew J. and Jane (Clemson) Howe; grad.
Allegheny Coll., A.B., 1889, A.M., 1891; Johns Hopkins
Univ., Ph.D., 1892; Univ. of Berlin, Univ. of Md. Law
Sch., N. Y. Law Sch.; m. Syracuse, N. Y., Marie Jenney.
In practise of law, Cleveland, 1894-1909, in firm of
Garfield, Garfield & Howe; mem. City Council; pres.
Sinking Fund Comm'n; mem. Ohio State Senate, Cleve-
land Tax Comm'n; lecturer Cleveland Law Sch., West-
ern Reserve Univ. and Univ. of Wis., on corp'n law,
taxation and finance, municipal gov't and comparative
politics; comm'r U. S. Gov't to investigate municipal
ownership in Great Britian. Author: Taxation and
Taxes in the United States Under the Internal Revenue
System; The City, The Hope of Democracy; The
British City, The Beginnings of Democracy; Privilege
and Democracy in America; Wisconsin, an Experiment
in Democracy; European Cities at Work, and the
Confessions of a Monopolist; also contb'r to Scribner's,
Harper's, Everybody's, the Outlook and the World's
Work. Address: 50 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Consulting metallurgist, emeritus prof, metallurgy,
Columbia Univ. ; b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 2, 1848; s.
Samuel Gridley and Julia (Ward) Howe; grad. Boston
Latin Sch., 1865; Harvard Coll., A.B., 1869, A.M., 1872,
LL.D., 1905; LL.D., Lafayette Coll., 1905; m. Troy, N.
Y., April 9, 1874, Fannie Gay. In 1877 went on im-
portant mission to Chile in connection with copper
smelting; designed and built works of Orford Nickel
and Copper Co., at Capelton and at Eustis, Can., and
at Bergen Point, N. J., 1880-1882; in Boston as con-
sulting metallurgist and expert in patent cases, ana
as lecturer on metallurgy at Mass. Inst. Technology,

Online LibraryGeddings Harry CrawfordWho's who in New York (city and state) → online text (page 131 of 284)