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Health Ass'n, Am. Climatol. Ass'n, U. iS. Mil. Surgeons,
N, Y. State Hosp. for Incipient Tuberculosis; visiting
physician Gouverneur Hosp., Willard Parker Hosp.
and Riverside Sanitarium; consulting physician United
Hosp. of Porchester; dir. Met. Life Ins. Co. Mem. Phi
Beta Kappa Soc. Contb'r to med. journals. Clubs:
Century, Harvard, Barnard. Address: 14.3 W. 78th St.,
N. Y. City.

Banker, broker; b. Princeton, JJ. J., Sept. 6 1861;
s. (David Adams and Francenia Ely (Wright) Hudnut;
grad. Princeton Univ., class of 1881, A.B., A.M.; un-
married. Mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange firm Halsey &
Hudnut since Oct., 1S9U. Presby'n. Mem. Am. Whig
Soc, Chamber of Commerce, Soc. Colonial Wars State
of N. Y., Soc. Colonial Wars State of N. J., Sons of
Revolution. S. A. R. Recreations: Outdoor sports.
Clubs: University, Grolier, Lotos, Princeton, Riding
and Driving, Automobile of America, Deal Golf,
Princeton Golf. Residence (summer): Allenhurst, N.
J. (winter), Princeton, N. J., and 15 E. 48th St., N. Y.
City. Address: 5 Nassau St., N. Y. City.

Junior Sec. N. Y. Life Ins. Co.; b. in Orleans Co.,
N. Y., June 16, 1S44; s. Orin L. and Catharine L. (Van
Dorn) Hudnut; grad. Univ. of Rochester, A.B., 1872,
A.M., 1873; m. 1st, July 17, 1860, Olive J. Dewey; 2d,
Sept. 10, 1883, Louise M. Sawyer; children: Merrick E.,
b. May 3, 1870; Edith J., Dec. 20, 1SS0. Enlisted Julv
26, 1862, in Co. D, 120th N. Y. Inf. Vols, (afterward 8th
N. Y. Heavy Art'y), and served until July 20, 1865;
wounded at Cold Harbor, Va., June 5, 1S64; clerk of
Mil. Comm'n, Feb. 24, 1S65, till discharged, and after-
ward, by apptm't of comm'n for trial of Capt. Henry
Wirz, keeper of Andersonville Prison; clerk in U. S.
Treasury Dept., July, 1865, to Sept., 1S60, then entered
university. After leaving coll. entered office of N. Y.
Examiner (then Examiner and Chronicle), with which
continued until Feb. 1, 1875, when entered service of
N. Y. Life Ins. Co. as editor of New York News-Letter,
in which has continued, and also in gen. literary work,
including History of the New York Life Insurance
Company in two volumes. Ass't Sec. of Co., July 28,
1900; junior sec, May 13, 1912. Republican; Baptist.
Recreation: Fishing, Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Ass'n of
N. Y., G. A. R. Club: University (Brooklyn). Ad-
dress: 346 Broadway, IN. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Stuyvesant Falls, N. Y., Aug. 10,
1852; s. William and Julia (VanCuren) Hudson; ed.
public schs; m. Little Falls, N. Y.. 1876, Annie Ather-
ton; one s.: Charles H. (died Feb. 4, 1912). Was
sup't wioolen mills at Little Falls, N. Y., 1874-1879;
saime at Trenton, N. J., 1879-1881; with the James
Smith Woolen Machinery Co., Philadelphia, Pa., as
mill expert, 1881-1893; organized Hudson Fibre Co.
and Henry Hudson Co. (ipres. and treas.), 1893; was
police comm'r of Hudson, 2 years; elected mayor of same
1906, 1907, 1908, 1909; pres. Carter Luff Chem. Co.;
dir. Hudson River Trust Co. Appt'd by Gov. Higgins
comm'r on Hudson-Fulton Celebration Comm'n, and
made trustee of same by Gen. S. L. Woodford, the
pres. Has traveled extensively through U. S. and
Can. Republican; Presby'n. Mason, 32; Knight Tem-
plar, Shriner, Knight of Pythias. Address: 514 War-
ren St., Hudson, N. Y.

'Crockery merchant; b. Syracuse, N. Y., Nov. 1".
1850; s. Edson A. and Adelia (Spencer) Hudson; ed.
common schools, Syracuse, N. Y. ; m. Syracuse, N. Y.,
Mary C. Hawley; children: Marshall Hawley, Fred,
May, Eva, Hattie. Commercial traveler 12 years; in
retail business in Syracuse. N. Y., 22 years; now re-
tired. Traveled through Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers.
Malta, Athens, Constantinople, Palestine, Egypt and
Italy. Founded first Baraca Bible Class for men,
which added 600 men to church and has since spread

all over the world, having 850,000 mems. in U. S-.
Eng., Australia, New Zealand, Culba and the islands of
the sea. Also founded the Ladies' Philathea Bible
Class, which has added 300 women, and which has
spread like the Baraca, and now num'bers over 300,000
classes are doubling in membership. Editor Baraca-
Philathea News, national organ of Baraca and Phila-
thea. Writer and publisher of the "How" Book for
Men's Bible Classes. Treas. Baraca Supply, Baraca-
Philathea Supply Co., Syracuse, N. Y. Independent in
politics. Baptist. Mem. Lodge 501, F. and A. M.;
formerly dir. Y. M. C. A. Address: 130 E. Seneca St.,
Syracuse, N. Y.


Law student; b. Bluff Point, N. Y., Mar. 18, 1876; s.
William H. and Lois Luthera (Andrus) Huff; ed.
Keuka Inst., 1889-1896; m. Elmira, N. Y., May 4, 1898,
Cora Belle Warner; children: Charles William, to. April
5, 19Q1; John Wesley, b. May 19, 1909. Teacher in pub-
lic schools oif Yates County, N. Y., 1896-1898; mf'g
chemist, Elmira, N. Y., 1S98-1904; ordained Baptist
clergyman at Austinville, Pa., May 15, 1901. Has held
pastorates in Tully, Ithaca and Waterford, N.
Traveled and studied abroad during year of 1908. Nat.
Progressive candidate for lower house N. Y. State
Legislature. 1912; completed law studies, Jan., 1913.
Address: Pittsfield, Mass.


Insurance expert; b. Jacksonville, Fla.. July 10, 1873;
s. J. and Ame.ia (Fridenberg) Huff; ed. public and
high schs., Jacksonville, Fla.; m. Columlbus, Ga., Feb.
17, 1898, Olga Buhler; children: Louise B., b. Aug. 28,
1901; Emily A., b. May 16, 1912. Stenographer Penn Mu-
tual Life Ins. Co., gen. agency, Jacksonville, Fla., at age
of 17; sp'l agent, 1801; sup't of agencies, 1S93; gen. agent
for Equitable Life Assurance Soc, N. Y., 1894. Became
mem. ins. brokerage firm Hamlin & Co., 1899, in mean-
time contracting with Northwestern Mutual of Mil-
waukee, seven years, until 1901; became mem. firm
L. Wachenheim & Son, 1901, later changed to Wachen-
heim & Huff, of which is now active mem., doing ex-
tensive gen. ins. business, established since 1866.
Contracted with Union Central Life Ins. Co. of Cin-
cinnati, 1907. Received medal from Union Central
Life Ins. Co. (in recognition of writing the largest
amount of insurance, personally, in the history of the
co. (45 years in existence). Ranked first for" the co.,
five successive years, 1909-1913), and appt'd agency
dir. Recreations: Outdoor sports, athletics. Clubs:
Fairview Country, City Athletic. Residence: 450
West End Av. Address: 84 William St., N. Y. City.


Justice U. S. Supreme Court; b. Glens Falls, N. Y
April 11, 1862; s. David Charles and Mary Catherine
(Connelly) Hughes; ed. Colgate Univ., 1876-1878;
Brown Univ., A.B., 1881, A.M., 1884, LL.D., 1906; Colum-
bia Law Sch., LL.B., 1884; m. Dec. 5, 1888, Antoinette
Carter; children: Charles E., Jr., b. 1889; Helen, b-
1892; Catherine, b. 1898; Elizabeth, b. 1907. Admitted
to N. Y. Bar, June, 1884; prize fellowship Columbia
Law Sch., 1884-1SS7; practised law in N. Y. City, 1884-
1891, 1893-1906; prof, law, Cornell Univ., 1891-1893;
special lecturer same, 1893-1895; special lecturer N. Y.
Law Sch., 1893-1900; counsel Stevens Gas Com. (N. Y".
Legislature), 1905; Armstrong Ins. Com. (N. Y. Legis-
lature), 1905-1906; sp'l ass't to U. S. att'y gen. coal in-
vestigation, 1906; nominated for office of mayor of
N. Y'. City by Republican Conv., 1905, and declined;
nominated by Republicans for gov. of ,N. Y,, 1906, and
elected; renominated by Republicans 1908, and elected.
Resigned Oct. 6, 1910, on apptm't to Supreme Court
Bench by Pres. Taft. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n; fellow
Brown Univ. Clutos: Union League, University.
Lawyers, Brown, Delta Upsilon, Nassau Country. Ad-
dress: Washington, D. C.


Author; b. Lancaster, Mo., Jan. 31, 1872; s. Judge
Felix Turner (imany years pres. K. & W. R. K.) and
Jean Amelia (Summerlin) Hughes; ed. public schools
of Keokuk, la., until 1S96; St. Charles Coll., Western
Reserve Acad, and Western Reserve Univ., A.B.
(second honors), 1892; Y'ale, A.M., 1S93; m. 190S, Ade-
laide Mould Bissell. Came to N. Y. City, 1893; reporter
6 months on N. Y. Journal; later editor of Storiettes:
traveled in Europe, 1895; ass't editor Godey's Mag. J
and also for part of time of Current Literature, 1895-
1898; ass't editor Criterion, 1898-1900; with Encyclo-
paedia Britannica Co. in London, May, 1900, Nov., 1901. ,
and with same company. N. Y. City, Nov., 1901-May,
1904, as ass't editor The Historians' History of the
World; with D. Appleton & Co., July, 1906-Feb., 1907.
In Jan., 1897, joined 7th Reg't: during Spanish-Am.
War was acting capt. 114th Reg't; Feto., 1900, 1st lieut.
Dec, 1907. captain 69th Reg't, N. G. N. Y". (resigned
Sept., 1908). Author of plays (produced): The Bathing



Girl (Denver and N. Y.. 1S95): The Wooden Wedding
(London, 1902), produced as 'iSihe Borrowed Her Own
Husiband," N. Y. City, 1907; In the Midst of Life (in
collaboration with Dr. Holbrook Curtis, N. Y.. 1902);
a musical farce, Tommy Rot (N. Y., 1902); Alexander
the Great (in collaboration with Collin Kemper, Grand
Rapids, Mich., 1903); The Triangle (N. Y., Feb., 1906);
The Richest Girl in the World (St. Louis, Mar., 1906),
produced as "All for a Girl," N. Y. City, Aug., 10S;
"The Bridge" (X. Y., Sept. 4, 1909). Toured the country
as "The Man Between," with Vaughan Glaser as star;
"The Transformation" (Syracuse, Dec. 25, 1-909, by Miss
Florence Roberts) ; produced a.s "Two Women," by Mrs.
Leslie Carter, Cleveland, Nov. 14, 1010: farce: "Excuse
Me" (Allentown. Pa., Jan. 13,1911). Author of books: The
Musical Guide (2 vols.), 1903, revised as "The Music
Lover's Cyclopaedia," 1912; The Love Affairs of Great
Musicians (2 vols.), 1003, Songs bv Thirty Americans,
1904; Gyges' Ring (poem), 1901; The Whilrwind
I novel), 1902; The Real New York, 1904: Zal (musical
novel), 1905; Col. Crockett's Co-operative Christmas,
1906; "The Gift Wife" (novel), 1910; Excuse Me
(novel) 1911; The Old Nest, 1912; The Amiable Crimes
of Dick Memling, 1912; What Will People Say (novel),
1913, and the following juveniles: The Lakerim Athletic
Clulb, 1S9S; The Dozen from Lakerim, 1S99; The
La'kerim Cruise, 1910; contb'r of fiction, verse, essays,
etc.. to the Century, Scribner's, Harper's and other
leading magazines. Republican. Mem. Phi Beta
Kappa Koc, Delta Upsilon fraternity, Am. Social
Science Ass'n. Recreation: Music. Clubs: Lambs,
American Dramatists. Address: Bedford Hills, N. Y.

Lajwyer; ,b. Berlin, Germany, Sept. 18, 1871; s. Ed-
ward and Minna iJakmuss) Hiihner; moved to X. Y.
with parents at age of 5; ed. Coll. Citv of N. Y., B.A.,
1890; Columbia Univ., M.iA., LL.B., 1S93; unmarried.
Admitted to bar', 1892. Curator Am. Jewish Hist. Soc;
occasional lecturer before various socs. on hist, sub-
jects; contb'r to the publications of Am. Jewish Hist.
Soc, Jewish Encyclopaedia, Magazine of History and
several periodicals. Author: Francis Salvador, a
Prominent Patriot of the Revolutionary War; The
Jews of Georgia in Colonial Times; The Jews of New
England prior to 1S00; The Jews of South Carolina
prior to 1800; The Jews of Virginia prior to 1800;
Gershom Mendez Seixas; John Brown; Andrew H.
Green, a Tribute to His Memory, 1903; Isaac de Pinto;
The Struggle for Religious Liberty in North Carolina;
An Historical Sketch of the Jews of Ireland from
Earliest Times (London), 190S. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa
Soc, Am. Hist. Ass'n, Am. Jewish Hist. Soc. (curator).
The Round Table, N. Y. Mem. County Lawyers Ass'n
(mem. Com. on Surrogates Courts), Phi Beta Kappa
Alumni Ass'n, Nat. Conf. of Jewish Charities: trustee
N. Am. Relief Soc. Residence: 320 Central Park W.,
N. Y. City. Address: Temple Court, 5 Beekman St.,
N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Ithaca, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1864; s. Albert
and Margaret (Visscher) Hull; ed. Cornell, Ph.B.,
1SS6; Gbttingen, Berlin, Halle, Ph.D., 1892. Florence;
unmarried. Instr. in polit. science, 1893-1894; ass't
prof., 1S94-1901; prof. American history since 1901. and
dean of the Coll. of Arts and Sciences, 1908-1913, Cor-
nell Univ.; sec. Univ. Faculty, 1896-1903; pres. Ithaca
Hosp. Traveled in Great Britain and West India
Islands repeatedly, examining condition and extent of
their public records. Author: The Economic Writ-
ings of Sir William Petty; mem. Delta Upsilon, Phi
Beta Kappa. Address: Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Yonkers. N. Y., Mar. 26, 1881; s. J. Frank-
lin and Mary Caroline (Cooley) Hull; ed. in grammar
and high schools at Mt. Vernon, N. Y., and grad. Co-
lumbia Univ., LL.B.; m. Chappaqua, N. Y., June 19,
1906, Sarah P. Hunt; one d.: Carolyn Jeanette Hun,
b. 1907. Practising la,w from graduation; elected jus-
tice of the peace of the City of Mt. Vernon, N. Y.,
1906. Progressive: Congregationalism Mem. Alumni
Ass'n Law Sch. of ColunVbia Univ., and of Hiawatha
Lodge of Masons, and Mount Vernon Chapter, Royal
Arch Masons. Address: 152 Washington S* . Mt. Ver-
non, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Gatehouse-on-Fleet, Kirkcudbright-
shire, Scotland, Jan. 12, 1841; s. Robert and Agnes
(Maclntyre) Hull; grad. Univ. of Rochester, A.B.,
1871, S.T.D., 1887; grad. Rochester. Theol. Sem., 1S74;
m. N. Y. City, Nov. 4, 1S79, Anna Louise Chipman;
children: Robert Chipman, b. 1880; Alice Omir, Ger-
trude, Norman Bigelow. b. 1892. Travelled through
Europe, 1886, 1906; Palestine and Egypt, 1890. Pas-
tor Baptist Ch.. Lockport. X. Y 1874-1877; Taber-
nacle Bapt. Ch., N. Y. Citv, 1877-1S84; Greenwood

Bapt. Ch., Brooklyn, 18S4-1907; Sumner Av. Bapt. Ch.
since 1909. Moderator L. I. Bapt. Ass'n, 1900-1901.
Republican. .Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Alpha Delta
Phi fraternity. Dir. N. Y. State Bapt. Missionary
Conv. ; trustee Rochester Theol. Sem.; trustee Church
Extension Soc. Address: 93 Bainbridge St., Brook-
lyn. X. Y .


Engineer, financier; b. Ithaca, X. Y., Aug. 1, 1856;
s. William R. and Mary H. (Wheeler) Humphrey; ed.
public schools and private instruction; attended scien-
tific lectures at Cornell Univ.; m. Oxford, X. J., Sept..
27, 1883, Caroline, d. Col. "Charles Scranton and niece
of Col. George W. Scranton, founder of Scranton,
Pa.; children: Charles Scranton, <b. Sept. 2, 1888;
Mary Wheeler, b. .March 9, 1892. Was for a time
in First Nat. Bank, Ithaca, N. Y.; removed to
Oxford, N. J., in 1875, and became ass't furnace mg'r
at the Oxford Iron Co.; assayer and sup't reduction
works, Carlisle, N. Mex., 1883; ass't mg'r and treas.
Kokomo (Ind.) Glass Co., 1887; treas. and purchasing
ag't C. W. 'Hunt Co., N. Y. City, 1890-1912; now sec.
t". \V. Hunt Co., Inc. Travelled extensively in U. S.
and Europe; attended the joint meetings of the Am.
and English eng'ring socs. in Europe in 1900; deeply
interested in politics, but not active in recent years.
Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs.
Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs, N. Y. Soc Elec. Eng'rs, Staten
Island Ass'n of Arts and Sciences; trustee Staten
Island Acad.; trustee Staten Island Savings Bank;
mem. Staten Island Chamber of Commerce (dir.).
Xat. Geog .Soc, Am. Forestry Ass'n, Staten Island
Masonic Mutual Benefit Ass'n, Richmond Lodge, No.
66, F. and A. M. (past master); has been active in
church affairs and represented N. Y. Presbvtery in
Synod and Gen. Assembly. Recreations: Outdoor life,
camping, boating, bowling, literary work, historical
research. Clubs: Staten Island, N. Y. Railroad.
Residence: New Brighton. Address: 43 Broadway,
.N. Y. City.

Merchant, financier; 'b. Charlestown, Mass., May 28,
1846; s. Rev. John and Lucy Vose (Henderson)
Humphrey; ed. Tolman's Acad., Lanesboro,. Mass.; m.
Chicago, Nov. 17, 1S68, Alice Robbins; children: Mrs.
Pauline Humphrey Walz, Lucy H., Alice R. Business
in life has been that of merchant and banker; made
3 trips to Brazil as importer of coffee and frequent
trips to Europe; was mem. firm Moseback & Hum-
phrey. Chicago; later of J. W. Doane & Co., of
Chicago. N. Y., London and Brazil, until 1898; sup't
Coffee Exchange of N. Y. ; dir. Humphrey Coffee and
Tea Co.; served 5 months in Civil War as mem. 134th
111. Inf.; was v.-p. and sec. Mutual Alliance Trust
Co. of N. Y. from organization, May, 1902, to August,
1906, at which time entered upon present position of
financial mg'r of Arbuckle Bros. Republican:
Pres'bv'n. Trustee and treas. Mackenzie Coll., Sao
Paulo, Brazil, since its foundation, 1889. Club: Quill.
Address: 331 W. 101st St. N. Y. City.

Writer, editor, lecturer; b. New Haven, Conn.; d.
Hon. Charles Ives. M.A. (Yale), and Catherine M.
(Osborn) Ives; father was pres. New Haven County
Bar Ass'n, long mem. and Speaker Conn. House of
Representatives, author of book of poems. Chips from
the Workshop, and book on Bahama Islands, Isles of
Summer; ancestors of Pilgrim and Puritan stock,
three arriving on the Mayflower: many were among
the founders of New Haven in 1639, and three served
in Revolutionary War; grad. Vassar, B.A.; m. Sept.
14, 1905, Rev. William Brewster Humphrey, of N. Y.
City. Writer for papers and magazines of sketches,
stories, poems and articles for children; active in
many philanthropies, out chiefly known for work in
behalf of our North Am. Indians; pres. New Haven
Indian Ass'n; first v.-p. Conn. Indian Ass'n; chm'n
Young People's Dep't Nat. Indian Ass'n; editor and
business mg'r 5 years of The Indian's Friend: since
marriage has been engaged with husband in lectur-
ing extensively before clubs, schools and churches on
Indians, especially on their basketry, while trying to
provide a market for baskets to encourage the art.
Pres. Am. Indian League. Congregationalist. Mem.
D. A. P., Soc. of Mayflower Descendants in State of
Conn.. Soc. of Mayflower Descendants in State of N.
Y.. Xat. Soc. of N T . E. Women. Club: Nat. Arts. Sum-
mer address: "Iveston." 148 Clifton St.. New Haven,
Conn. Address: 420 W. 20th St., N. Y. City.


Lecturer, clergyman; b. Oak Park, Chicago, 111.,
.1867; s. Rev. S. J. Humphrey, D.D., of Derry, N. H..
who for 30 years .was dist. sec. of Am, B'd of Comm'rs
fM- Foreign Missions, stationed at Chicago, and of
Eii.'.abeth (Emerson) Humphrey, writer and educator,



of Andover, Mass. (d. Ralph Emerson, D.D., prof,
ecclesiastical history and pastoral theology in An-
dover Theol. Sem. for a quarter of a century, and re-
lated to Ralph Waldo Emerson) ; descendant of old
Puritan ancestry through both parents, having an
unbroken line through his father's mother to Elder
William [Brewster, of the Mayflower, after whom he
is named; ed. Beloit Coll., Wis. (where his uncle,
Rev. Joseph Emerson, was prof, of Greek for 40
years), grad., B.A., 1893, M.A., 1896; Chicago Theol.
Sem., B.D., 1896; m. N. T. City, Sept. 14, 1905, Marie
E. Ives, d. Charles Ives, of New Haven, Conn., for
many years mem. and Speaker of House in Legisla-
ture of Conn. Held pastorates in Illinois and Buffalo,
N. Y., 1896-1904, with exception of year abroad in
1900; connection with Federation of Churches in N.
T. City, 1904-1905; pres. Nat. Indian Ass'n, 1906, and
since then has devoted his time to philanthropic work
for and lecturing in behalf of the North American
Indians. Exec. Sec. Am. Indian League. Author:
Indian's Use of Song, and North American Indian
Folk-lore Music. Mem. Am. Scenic and Historic
Preservation Soc, Soc. Mayflower Descendants, Mu-
nicipal Art Soc. Congregationalist. Club: Nat. Arts.
Residence (summer): "Iveston," 148 Clifton St., New
Haven, Conn. Address: 420 W. 20th St., N. Y. City.


Civil and mech. eng'ring; specialty, gas eng'ring- b
Edinburgh, Scotland, March 30, 1851; s. Edward
Rupert and Margaret (McNutt) Humphreys; grad
Stevens Inst, of Technology, 1881; Sc.D., Univ. of Pa.,
1903; LL.D., Columbia, 1903; N. Y. Univ., 1906; Prince-
ton, 1907; m. Bergen Point, N. J., 1872, Eva Guillaudeu.
Pres. firm of Humphreys & Miller, N. Y. City; Buffalo
Gas Co. since 1891; trustee and since 1902 pres. fac-
ulty Stevens Inst. Technology, and since 1907 pres.
B'd of Trustees. In connection with his professional
work organized cadet corps for post-grad, work in
gas eng'ring. Mem. and past pres. Alumni Ass'n,
Stevens Inst. Technology; pres. Soc. Art Collectors;
dir. and mem. exec. com. Equitable Life Assurance
Soc. Mem. and trustee Carnegie Foundation for Ad-
vancement of Teaching, United Eng'ring Soc. (past
pres.); mem. Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs (past pres.), Am.
Soc. Civil Eng'rs, Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs, Am. Inst.
Consulting Eng'rs, Am. Soc. Elec. Eng'rs (fellow),
Inst, of Civil Eng'rs (London), British Ass'n for the
Advancement of Science, A.A.A.S., Soc. of Chemical
Industry, Am. Gas Inst, (past pres.), Illuminating
Eng'ring Soc, Nat'l Commercial Gas Ass'n, Soc. of
Gas Lighting, Pacific Coast Gas Ass'n, Natural Gas
Ass'n of America, New England Ass'n of Gas Eng'rs,
Soc. for Promotion of Eng'ring Ed'n, Franklin Inst..
Nat'l Soc. for Promotion of Industrial Ed'n (past
pres.), N. J. State Teachers' Ass'n, N. Y. Chamber of
Commerce, N. J. State Chamber of Commerce, Ho-
boken B"d of Trade, Am. Civil Ass'n, Am. Geog. Soc,
Am. Forestry Ass'n, N. Y. Botanical Gardens, Acad,
of Polit. Science, Museum of Natural History, Nat'l
Ed'n Ass'n, Public Ed'n Ass'n, Met. Museum of Art,
Municipal Art Soc, N. Y. Sch. of Applied Design for
Women, Canadian Soc (past pres.), Robert Burns
Soc. (past pres.). St. Andrew's Soc. (2nd v.-p.).
Cluibs: Century. Lotos. Lawyers. Union League. Uni-
versity, Engineers (past pres.). Chemists, Church,
Press (N. Y. City). Somerset Hills Country, Morris
County Golf, University of Hudson County (N. J.),
University ((Philadelphia), Parmaohenee (Maine).
Residence: Morristown, N. J. Address: Stevens Inst,
of Technology Hoboken. N. J., and 165 Broadway.
N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Utica, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1847; s. Frederic
and Frances Maria (Sperry) Humphreys; ed. Rensse-
laer Poly. Inst., 1868; Sch. of Mines, Columbia Univ.;
Bellevue Hosp., Med. Coll., 1870; Univ. of Vienna,
1872; m. Washington, D. C, Jan. 15, 1880, Louise AI-
fretta Parker; children: Frances Augusta, b Dec.
19, 1880; Frederic Parker, b. Oct 29, 1890. Pres.
Humphreys Co. Travelled extensively in N. and S.
America. Europe and Africa. Formerly private, 71st
Reg't, N. Y. N. G., and ass't foreman Wash. Vol.
Steam Fire Co., Troy (N. Y.) Fire Dep't. Mem. Chi
Phi fraternity, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum
of Natural History, Acad, of Sciences, N. Y.; N. .
Hist. Ass'n, Soc. Colonial Wars, N. Y. Chamber of
Commerce, Washington Headquarters Ass'n.
Exec Com. and sec. Morristown (N. J.) Horse S
Interested in horse shows for many years.
exhibited horses. Clubs: Metropolitai ~ I
Univ., Nat. Arts, Drug and Chemical. Rn,
try, Whippany River, Somerset, of Ben
Morristown Golf, Morristown Field. Residence (wi l -
ter) : Morristown, N. J. (summer), Mon:
N. J. Address: 156 William St., N. Y. Ci


Author and advertising mg'r; b. Dexter, N. Y., Dec
21, 1875; s. Charles A. and Cora (Sill) Hungerford; ed.
Watertown (N. Y.) public schs. and high schs., Willis-
ton Seminary (Easthampton, Mass.) Cascadilla Sch.
(Ithaca, N. Y.), Syracuse Univ.; m. N. Y. City, Sept.
26, 1906, Bertha von Rechenberg; one daughter,
Adrienne G., b. June 5, 1909. Reporter Rochester
Herald and N. Y. Sun, 1895-1903; editor Glens Falls
Times, 1903; special writer Brooklyn Eagle, 1904-
1905; special representative Brooklyn Rapid Transit,
1905-1911; advertising mg'r Wells Fargo & Co. since
1912. Author: The Modern Railroad, 1911; Little
Corky, 1912; Gertrude, 1913; The Personality of Amer-
ican Cities, 1913; and magazine articles in Saturday
Evening Post, Harper's, McClure's, Xlunsey's, etc.
Independent in politics; Preshy'n. Mem. Psi Upsilon
fraternity. Clu'bs: Psi Upsilon, Sphinx, Whitehall.
Residence: 171 Woodruff Av., Brooklyn. Address:
51 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Watertown, N. Y., Sept. 27, 1854; s.
Richard E. and Helen M. (Osgood) Hungerford; ed.
at Watertown and Univ. of Cambridge, Eng., A.B.,
A.M.; m. Watertown, N. Y., June, 1879, Adelia Bab-
cock (died 1909); one d., Ida Rosa (wife of Capt. Hugh
D. Wise, U. S. A.). Admitted to bar at Rochester,
1883. Trustee Roswell P. Flower Memorial Library;
life mem. Am. Museum of Natural History. Clubs:
University. Metropolitan (N. Y. City), Am. Universi-
ties (London), Black River Valley, Jeffer=on County,
Golf (Watertown). Address: Watertown, X. Y.


Lawyer; b. in Town of Berne, Albany County. N.
Y., June 11, 1858; s. Alexander and Mary (Van

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