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Schaack) Hungerford; ed. in public schools and State
Normal School at Albany, N. Y. ; m. New Salem, Al-
bany County, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1885. Eva A. Furbeck;
one d. Ethel, b. Nov. 1, 18S8 (died Feb. 12, 1S90). En-
gaged in general law practise at Albany, N. Y., since
admission to bar, Nov. 23, 1883. Democrat. Mem.
Madison Av. Reformed Church, of Albany, N. Y.
Mem. Flower Lodge 79, Knights of Pythias, Albany,
and Albany Tent, 362, Knights of the Maccabees.
Address: 50 State St., Albany, N. Y.


Vice-pres. and gen. mg'r; b. Collegeville, Pa., Sept.
20, 1864; s. Henry A. and Mary (Weinberger) Hun-
sicker; grad. Ursinus Coll., B.S. ; m. Phila., Pa., June
19, 1889, Helen T. Boice. Engaged in lumber busi-
ness with father for 6 years; newspaper mg'r, 7
years. V.-p., dir. and gen. mg'r Standard Oilcloth
Pa., 2 years; assisted in organizing Standard Oil-
cloth Co., 1901; was its sec. until 1911, when elected
to present position of v.-p. Traveled in U. S., Europe,
the West Indies and South America. Active in poli-
tics; has spoken for Republican party for past 20
years. V.-p., dir. and gen. mg'r Standard Oilcloth
Co.; pres. and dir. Sanitile Co., Meritas Mills, Colum-t
bus, Ga. ; v.-p. and dir. Leatherole Co. Republican;
Presby'n. Recreation: Automobiling. Club: Ark-
wright (treas.). Address: 320 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Springfield, Mass Aug. 5, 1874; s.
George and Eleanora (Prince) Hunt; ed. Albany
Acad., Amherst Coll., A.B., A.M., 1897; Gen. Theol.
Sem., N. Y., B.D., 1900; Univ. of Oxford, 1903-1904;
m. Una Atherton Clarke. Canon All Saints Cathe-
dral, 1900-1903; instr. in ethics, Gen. Theol. Sem.,
1904-190S; prof, of ethics since 1908. Mem. Psi Up-
silon fraternity. Addr. c .s summer): Fieldedge, Passa-
conaway, N. H.; (winter); 5 Chelsea Sq., N. Y. City.


Insurance in i ... ST. City, April 20, 1869;

engaged i' business activities, then became

ass't to di m. Telephone & Tele-

graph Co .1 insurance business as

solicitor on comm'n and rose through various posi-
tio . s. and dir. of The Aetna In-

n^d March, 1907; now mg'r Ins.
13. Ashforth, Inc. Address: 10 E. 33d
St . (, Y. City.


Physi lian; b. Flshkill, N. Y., July 2S, 1S75; s. George
and Theresa J. (Aldridge) Hunt; ed. in public schs.
oklyn. N. Y., BrooKlyn Polytechnic, Coll. Phys.
urg. (Columbia). M.D., 189S; m. Harcourt Ont.,
Canada, Ida E. Jones; children: Charles Frederick,
Jr., and Egbert Jansen (twins), May 28, 1901, MaTvin,
b. March 23, 1903. After leaving hospital engaged in
interne service; has practised medicine ever since.



Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N. T. State Med. Soc, N. Y.
County Med. Soc. Mem. Masonic bodies and Mecca
Temple. Mystic Shrine. Connected with the Dispen-
sary of Hood Wright Memorial Hosp. Address: 537
W. 149th St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. New Orleans, La., Feb. 2, 1871; s.
Carleton and Georgine (Cammack) Hunt; grad.
(Phillips Exeter Aca3., 1S89; Harvard Univ., A.B.,
1S93; Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y. City, M.D., 1896;
m. Austin, Texas, Oct. S, 1902, Margaret E. Tobin;
one son, Edward Livingston, Jr., b. Oct. 26, 1904.
House physician St. Luke's Hosp., X. Y., July-Jan.,
1S9S; grad. Sloane Maternity Hosp.; interne Nursery
and Child Hosp. Instr. in neurology. Coll. Phys. and
Surg. (Columbia Univ.); senior attending neurolo-
gist to Hosp. for Nervous Diseases of City of N. Y. ;
attending neurologist to N. Y. City Home for the
Aged, Penitentiary and Workhouse; consulting neu-
rologist to Lincoln Hosp.; asso. consulting neurolo-
gist to St. Luke's Hosp.; ass't chief of Vanderbilt
Clinic Neurological Dep't. Mem. N. Y. Acad. Medi-
cine, Am. Med. Ass'n, Am. Neurological Ass'n, St.
Luke's Alumni Ass'n, N. Y. Neurological Soc, N. Y.
County Med. Soc, N. Y. State Med. Soc, Nu Sigma"
Nu fraternity. Clubs: Harvard, University. Ad-
dress: 54 W. 50th St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Manlius Center,' Onondaga Co., N. Y.,
July 21, 1S75; s. Harry and Lucy Ann (Kimber) Hunt;
ed. Syracuse public schs. and Syracuse Univ., M.D. ;
m. Syracuse, N. Y., June 25, 1901, Georgia May, d.
George R. and Mary (Werner) Clarke; children:
Mary Elizabeth, b. June 14, 19P3; Ducv Clarke, b.
June 1, 1905. House physician Hosp. Good Shepherd,
Syracuse, N. Y. ; med. Interne, St. Lawrence Hosp.,
Ogdensburg, N. Y. : ass't physician Elmira Reforma-
tory, Elmira, N. Y. ; physician Eastern N. Y. Re-
formatory, Napanoch, N. Y. ; physician Onondaga Co.
Penitentiary, Jamesville, N. ..; resident physician,
N. Y. State Women's Relief Corps Home, Oxford, N.
Y.; 1st lieut. Med. Reserve Corps, U. S. Army. Re-
publican; Medodist-Episcopalian. Mem. Army and
Navy Union, Mason, Knight Templar. Mem. Onon-
daga Co. Med. Soc, N. Y. State Med. Soc, N. Y. Ass'n
Med. Reserve Corps, U. S. A. Address: Pompey,
Onondaga Co., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Clarence, Erie Co., N. Y., April 6, 1S5S;
s. Rev. Harrison P. Hunt; grad. Univ. of Rochester,'
1880; m. N. Y. City, June 5, 1S83, Normie L. Fanning.
Has been in gen. practise in N. Y. City and West-
chester Co.; was corp'n counsel of Yonkers, 1892-
1901. Republican; Baptist. Mem. N. Y. State Bar
Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. ; trustee Warburtorf
Av. Bapt. Ch. of Yonkers. Recreations: Golf, hunt-
ing and Ashing in Canada. Clubs: Republican,
Alpha Delta Phi, St. Andrew's Golf, Bear Lake Fish
& Game (Quebec). Residence: 244 Warburton Av.,
Yonkers, N. Y. Address: 34 Pine St., N. Y. City.


Architect; b. N. Y. City, March 6, 1S70; s. Richard
Morris and Catherine Clinton (Howland) Hunt; ed.
St. Mark's Sch., Southboro, Mass.; Harvard Univ.,
Columbia Coll., Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris. Has
traveled extensively in the U. S., Can., England, on
the Continent, and in the Islands of Sicily and the
Bermudas. Mem. Squadron A, N. G. N. Y.; mem. firm
of Hunt & Hunt, architects; sec. Fine Arts Federa-
tion; treas. Architectural League; mem. N. Y. Chap-
ter Am. Inst. Architects; N. E. Soc. Municipal Art Soc.
Graduates' Ass'n. Clubs: University, Racquet and
Tennis, Harvard, The Players. Residence: 125 E.
SOth St. Address: 28 E. 21st St., N. Y. City.


Architect; b. Paris, France, 1S62; s. Richard Morris
Hunt; ed. Inst, of Technology; finished studies
at Ecole des Beaux Arts, with view to following
father's profession; m. 1st, Pearl, d. Francis D.
Carley; 2d, 1891, Margaret Livingston Watrous, d. S.
Otis Livingston; children: Richard Carley, Frank
Carley, Jonathan Carley. From a small sketch left
by father he completed the new wing for Met.
Museum of Art, and of individual work may be men-
tioned: Quintard Hall and Hoffman Hall at Sewanee
Univ.; Kissam Hall at Vanderbilt Univ.; Schmid
House; "Idle Hour," for W. K. Vanderbilt; Schief-
felin mansion. Devotes attention to architectural
designs for large office buildings. Mem. Am. Inst,
of Architects, Architectural League, Beaux Arts Soc
Clubs: Players, Century. Residence: Portchester,
N. Y. Address: 28 E. 21st St., N. Y. City.


Mech. eng'r; lb. Candor, Tioga Co., N. Y., June 12,
1872; s. Charles Wallace and Frances M. (Bush)
Hunt; grad. Cornell Univ., M. E., 1894; specialized
in electrical as well as mech. eng'ring. Since 1894
has been engaged in designing and constructing ma^
chinery for the rapid and economical handling of
bulk material, and during the course of this work
has been granted several patents for his useful in-
ventions; has also acted as consulting eng'r for
work of this character both in U. S. and in Europe,
occasioning several trips abroad. Mem. Am. Soc. of
Mech Eng'rs, Staten Island Chamber of Commerce,
Staten Island Ass'n of Arts and Sciences. Clubs:
Machinerv, Engineers, Electrical, Railroad, Staten
Island. Address: 115 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Consul-gen.; b. Hunt's Sta., Tenn., June 29, 1S69;
ed. public schools, Lawrence Acad., Groton, Mass., and
Williams Coll., Williamstown, Mass.; m. 1904. Moved
to N. Y., 1S96, and employed in banking firm Price,
McCormick & Co.; prominently connected with work
of St. George's Ch., Stuyvesant Sq., and for two years
sec. Dr. Seth Low's Men's Bible Class. Became sec.
to Mr. Gibbs, U. S. oonsul at Madagascar, Jan., 1898;
appt'd clerk at Tamatave Consulate, 1898; vice-con-
sul, 1899; appt'd consul by Pres. McKinley, 1901;
transferred to Saint Etienne. in 1906. Elected corr.
mem. Am. Geog. Soc of N. Y., 1904. Mem. Com. for
erection of Monument to Massenet, great musical
composer, at St. Etienne. Recreations: Tennis, horse-
back riding. Active mem. in numerous socs and
org'ns. Club: Franco-Etrander (St. Etienne). Resi-
dence: N. Y. City. Address: Am. Consulate, St. Etienne,


Physician; b. Queensbury, Warren Co., N. Y.; s. Ed-
gar W. and Helen (Dickenson) Hunt; ed. public schs.
Glens Falls Acad., N. Y. Coll. of Physicians and Sur-
geons; grad. Coll. Physicians and Surgeons, Balti-
more, Md., 1891; m. Lake GeoTge, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1893,
Edith Brown; children: Helen, Eunice, William J., Jr.,
Edith, Marjorie. Practised medicine at Lake George
from April, 1891, to Sept., 1893, with the exception of
6 months spent in N. Y. City in post-grad, course;
located for a short time at Spokane, Wash.; since
autumn of 1893 in general practise at Glens Falls. N.
Y.; health officer at Caldwell, Lake George, 1S91-1S93;
surgeon Parks Hosp., Glens Falls; mem. Am. Med.
Ass'n, Med. Soc. State of N. Y., Warren Co. Med. Soc,
Glens Falls Lodge 121, F. and A. M. Address: 21 No-
tre Dame St., Glens Falls, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Toiwnville, Pa., May 8, 1871; s. Vigil
Marvin and Nancy (Willey) Hunter; grad. Colgate
Acad., 1897; Colgate Coll., A.B. (Phi Beta Kappa),
1901; Union Theol. Sem., B.D., 1904; m. Buffalo, N.
Y., Sept. 6, 1904. Children: James Stewart, b. 1905;
Nancy Ellen, b. 1907; Forest Vernon, b. Dec. 19, 1908;
Richard Ford, b. April 14, 1912. Learned the printing
trade and worked at the business about 7 years prior
to entering the ministry; pastor Westside Bapt. Ch.,
Mt. Vernon, N. Y., two years; pastor First Bapt. Ch.,
Middletown, N. Y., since 1908. Has traveled exten-
sively in U. S. and abroad and to a limited extent
in Canada. Republican: Baptist. Mason. Clubs:
Adelphi, University. Address: 44 Washington St.,
Middletown, N. Y.


Lawver; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 19, 1S65; s. JaccJb Fisher
and Mary D. (Grissen'hainer) Hunter; grad. Columbia
Sch. of Arts, A.B., 1SS7, A.M. (Polit. Science), 1888;
LL.B., from Law Dep't, 1S89; m. June 25, 18S9, Annie
B. Haight. Trustee Broadway Savings Inst'n; treas.
and dir. Lutheran Cemetery. Independent Democrat;
Lutheran. Mem. N. Y. Hist. Soc. and Delta Kappa Ep-
silon fraternity. Residence: 127 E. 37th St. Address:
68 William St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Glasgow, Scotland, 1869; s. James
and Elizabeth Hunter; grad. Glasgow Univ., 1899;
New Brunswick Theol. Sem., New Brunswick, N. J.;
m. New Brunswick, N. J., Madeline Norman; children:
Norman, Stewart, Elizabeth. Margery. Traveled all
over the world; taught in schools in India; lived In
Argentine Republic. Has been engineer, sailor,
writer, lecturer, and sec. of Am. Seamen's Friend
Soc. N. Y. Author: Acts of the Apostles of the Sea;
The Unknown Sailor, and numerous magazine ar-
ticles. Republican; Presby'n. Club: Alpha Sigma.
Residence: 113 Park St., E. Orange, N. J. Address:
76 Wall St., N. Y. City.




Head Dep't of Biology, De Witt Clinton High Sch.;
b. Mamaroneck, N. Y., April 7, 1S73; s. George Will-
lam and Emma Louise (Cartwright) Hunter; ed. Coll.
City oif N. Y., 1891-1893; Williams Ooll., A.B., 1895,
M.A., 1896; fellow Univ. of Chicago, 1897-1898; m.
Aurora, 111., June 19, 1899, Emily Isabel JobbinsT chil-
dren: George William, Jr., b. Jan. 27, 1902; Cart-
wright, b. Jan. 13, 1911; Francis Robert, b. Oct. 3,
1912. Ass't Zoology, Williams Coll., 1895-1896; Hvde
Park Sch., Chicago, 111., 1899; instr. biology, De Witt
Clinton High Sch., N. Y. City, since 1899; head of
dep't of Biology in same since 1908. Research ass't
Marine Biol. Laboratory, Woods Holl, Mass., 1896-
1903 (except year 1901, which was passed in Europe);
instr. Sch. of Pedagogy, N. Y. Univ., 1905-1906. 1913.
Joint author: Hunter & Valentine's Manual of Biol-
ogy, two editions. 1903-1906 (Henry Holt & Co.). Au-
thor: Elements of Biology, 1907 (Am. Book Co.); Es-
sentials of Biology, 1911 (Am. Book Co.); also sev-
eral papers on anatomy and physiology on nervous
system of Tunicata and other biol. subjects, and nu-
merous papers on pedagogical su'bjects. Episcopal-
ian. Mem. N. Y. Ass'n Biol. Teachers, Corp'n of Ma-
rine Biol. Laboratory, Nat. Edn'l Ass'n, High School
Teachers Ass'n, Public Ed'n Ass'n, N. Y. Ass'n Biol-
ogy Teachers, Nat. Geog. Ass'n, Williams Alumni
Ass'n of N. Y Theta Delta Chi. Recreations: Fish-
ing, tennis, golf, bowling. Clubs: Dunwoodie Golf,
University Heights Tennis. Address: 2238 Andrews
Av University Heights, N. Y. City.


Sociologist, author; b. Terre Haute, Ind April 10.
1874; s. William Robert and Caroline (Fouts) Hunter;
grad. Terre Haute High Sch., 1S93; tutor, 1893-1894;
grad. Univ. Ind., A B., 1896; m. Noroton, Conn., May
23, 1903, Caroline M. Phelps Stokes; children: Robert,
b. 1904; Phelps Stokes, b. 1906; Caroline Phelps, b.
1908; Helen Louise, b. 1911. Was organizing sec. Chi-
cago Bureau of Charities; chm'n Tenement Inquiry
Com.; mem. Small Parks Comm'n; sup't Municipal
Lodging House; resident of Hull House and other
settlements, Chicago. Headworker University Set-
tlement, N. Y. City, 1901-1903; pres. Social Reform
Club, 1904; dlr. Metropolitan Parks, Comm'n; chm'n
Child Labor Com., etc. Was, in 1S89, resident Toyn-
bee Hall, in East London; abroad in Russia, 1903,
studying socialist and social reform movements, 1906-
1907. Mem. Nat. Ex. Socialist Party, 1910-1912. Au-
thor: Tenement Conditions in Chicago. 1901; Povertv,
1905; Socialists at Work, 190S; Violence and the La-
bor Movement, 1914, and many articles and pam-
phlets. Mem. Am. Acad. Polit. and Social Science,
Internat. Ass'n for Labor Legislation. Societe Inter-
nationale d' Assainissement et de Saluibrite, de l'Habi-
tation, Nat. Ass'n for Prevention of Tuberculosis. Nat.
Child Labor Comm'n. Mem. Beta Theta Phi. Clubs:
City. Weeburn Golf. Residence: Highland Farm,
Noroton, Conn.


Author; ,b. N. Y. City, March 10, 1870; s. Collis P.
Huntington; private ed'n in N. Y. City and Spain;
hon. A.M., Yale and Harvard; L.H.D., Columbia, 190K;
Knight Commander Order Alphonso XII; corr. mem.
Royal Spanish Academy; (Academy of History, San
Fernando, Madrid): Spanish Bellas Artes (Seville);
Buenas Letras (Barcelona); Junta de Hist, y Numis-
matica de Buenos Aires; Soc. de Corres. Hispanique
de Bordeaux: hon. mem. Museo du Greco; m. London,
August 6, 1895, Helen Manchester Gates. In July.
1904, founded The Hispanic Society of America in a
deed providing "for the establishment in the city of
Netw York of a public Spanish and Portuguese li-
brary and museum, to be in some measure a link be-
tween the English and Spanish-speaking peoples."
The object of the Society is the "advancement of the
study of the Spanish and Portuguese languages, liter-
ature, and history, and advancement of the study of
the countries wherein Spanish and Portuguese are or
have been spoken languages," Author: Note Book
in Northern Spain, 1898. Editor: "The Poem of the
Cid (Vol. I, Text, 1897, II, Translation, 1902. Ill, Notes,

1903); Lady 's (Madame D'Aulnoy's) Travels into

Spain (with introduction), 1899; Initials and Min'a-
tures of the IXth. Xth, and Xlth Centuries from the
Mozarablc Manuscripts of Santo Domingo de Silos in
the British Museum, with Introduction. 1904; the
"Huntington Reprints," of rare works, mostly now in
the library of The Hispanic Society of America,
In Spanish, Portuguese and Catalan. Contributor
upon Spanish literature to various critical periodi-
cals. Pres. Hispanic Soc. of America; hon. pres.
Am. Geog. Soc: hon. pres. Am Numismatic Soc: mem.
Chamber of Commerce, Met. Museum of Art, Am. Mu-
seum Natural History. Clubs: Yale Univ., Grolier,

Authors. National Arts, City, N. Y. Yacht, Automo-
bile of America and others. Address: 1083 Fifth Av.,
N. Y. City.


Author; b. Roxbury, Mass., June 22, 1848; d. Rt. Rev.
Frederick Dan (bishop of Central N. Y.) and Hannah
Dane (Sargent) Huntington; ed. in private sens, in
Cambridge and Boston, Mass. Interested in education
and practical philanthropy; comm'r of education,
Syracuse, N. Y., 1898-1904; v.-p. Shelter for Unpro-
tected Girls, Syracuse, N. Y. Author: Under a Colonial
Roof-Tree, 1S91; Memoirs and Letters of Frederick
Dan Huntington, 1906. Author also of plays: A Har-
vest Night's Dream; Sharps and Flats; A Homespun
Heroine; Weal or Woe. Address: 408 Douglas St..
Syracuse, N. Y.


Architect; b. Logansport, Ind., Nov. 22 1871; grand-
son Senator D. D. IPratt, oif Ind., and of Judge Phelps
Huntington, of Boston; s. Capt. Edward Stanton Hunt-
ington, U. IS. A., and author (d. 1894) and Julia A.
(Pratt) Huntington; ed. in Mass., A.B., Harvard, 1893;
grad. Ecole des Beaux Arts. Paris, 1901, after 6 years
study and foreign travel; m. 1st, 1894, Maude M. Bayly,
d. Gen. Abingdon Bayly, R.A., of Camberly, Surrev,
England; one d., Vivienne Maude, b. April 25, 1902; m.
2d, 1913, Eleanor Moretti. Among architectural works
most notable are the Museum for the Am. Numismatic
Soc, the Museum and Library for the Hispanic Soc. of
America, netw ibld'g for the Am. Geog. Soc. (156th St.
and B'way) and the Ch. of "Our Lady of Hope," all in
N. Y. City. Mem. Am. Inst, of Architects, Soc. Beaux
Arts Architects, Am. Geog. Soc. Am. Numismatic Soc.
Municipal Art Soc. and corr. mem. Hispanic Soc. of
America. Club: Harvard. Address: 18 W. 31st St..
X. Y. City.


Retired, formerly merchant and broker; b. Brook-
lyn, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1847; s. Daniel Huntington (artist I
and Harriet Sophia (Richards) Huntington; ed. in
sch. of Dr. Joshua Huntington, Brooklyn, N. Y., and
Kensington Park Grammar Sch., London, England (of
which Rev. Haig Brown was principal at that time.
but later of the Charterhouse (blue coat) School; m.
N. Y. City, 1869, Mary Tenant Irving, d. Edgar and
Amanda (Tenant) ilrving; fchildren: Mrs. Llndslev
Tappin, b. 1870; Mrs. Alexander W. Bostwick, b.
1875; Marie, b. 1872; Edith, b. 1874; E. Irving, b. 1886.
Engaged in business in London for several years;
traveled in Europe. Episcopalian. Mem. X. Y. Hist.
Soc. Society Library, Met. Museum of Art, Colonial
Wars, Sons of the Revolution. Clubs: Century, The
Players. Address: 48 E. 89th St., N. Y. City.


Architect, consulting eng'r; b. Albany. N. Y., Oct. 19.
1843; s. Rev. E. A. and Anna Euiphemia (Van Vechten)
Huntington; grad. Hamilton Coll., B.A. A.M., 1866:
Columbia Coll., Sch. of Mines. 1866-1869; m. X. Y. City.
June 30, 1873, Katharine Hazard Smith: children: Ed-
ward A r ermilye, b. April 26, 1874 (prof. Mathematics
Harvard Univ.); Howard, b. Dec. 13, 1885; Katharine,
b. June 10, 1S93. Prof, natural philosophv and math-
ematics Hamilton Coll.. 1870-1SS0. Mem. Phi Beta
Kappa, Alpha Delta Phi, Soc. of the Cayugas. Resi-
dence: Princeton, X. J. Address: 32 Park PI., N. Y.


Anatomist; b. Hartford, Conn., Mar. 21, 1861; s.
Hezekiah and Katherine Brinley (Sumner) Hunting-
ton; ed. Trinity Coll., Hartford, A.B.. 1881, A.M., 1884;
Columbia Univ., M.D., 1884, Sc.D., 1904; LL.D., Jeffer-
son Med. Coll., 1906; m. N. Y., Jan. 16, 1908 Alice K..
Carmalt. Interne at Roosevelt Hosp., 1884-1886; ass t
attending surgeon, 1887; ass't attending surgeon,
Bellevue Hosp., 1887; chief of surg. clinic, Vanderbilt
Clinic, 1SS8. Ass't demonstrator of anatomy, 1886-1888;
demonstrator and lecturer in anatomy, 1888-1889, prof,
anatomy since 1S99. Coll. Phys. and Surg. (Columbia
Univ.). Contb'r to scientific journals of articles con-
cerning anatomy, formerly Am. editor Journal of
Anatomy and Physiology; co-editor Am. Journal of
Anatomy-Praseclar, X. Y. Zool. Soc. Mem. and ex-
pres. Ass'n Am. Anatomists; mem. A.A.A.S., Wash-
ington Acad. Sciences; fellow N. Y. Acad. Science. Ad-
dress: 437 W. 59th St., N. Y. City.


Railway official; b. Oneonta, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1850; s.
Solon and Harriet (Saunders) Huntington; ed. in pub-
lic and private schs.; m. 1873; children: Clara. Howard.
Elizabeth V.. Marian. Was sup't, 18S0. of construction
Huntington Lines between New Orleans and Louis-
ville, especially construction of Chesapeake, Ohio &
Southwestern IR'V, continuing until roads were com-
pleted, 1884; sup't, 1884-1SS5; receiver, ISSo-lssc. K.v.



Central R.R., of which, after sale in 1SS6, was v.-p.
until road was sold to Louisville & Nashville, 1890;
v.-p. and gen. m'gr Elizabethtown, Lexington & Big
Sandy, and Ohio Central R'y; sup't construction Mays-
ville & Big Sandy R.R. and had charge of the con-
struction co. -which built the lines through Coving-
ton, Ky., and Cincinnati, O., including the Ohio River
Bridge; 1st ass't to pres., 1S92-1900 (representing pres.
at San Francisco), 2d v.-p., March-June, 1900, 1st
v.-p., 1902-1904. Southern Pacific Co., now pres. and
dir. Los Angeles R'y; chm'n and dir. Newport News
<\'a.i Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.: Safety Insulated
Wire & Cable Co.; pres. and dir. Citv R'v Co. (Los
Angeles); Pacific Light & Power Corp'n; Los Angeles
R'y Corp'n; dir. Newport News Light & Water Co.;
Old Dominion Land Co.; Wells Fargo & Co.'s Express;
Huntington Land & Improvement Co. (Los Angeles);
Minn. & St. Louis R'y Co., Iowa Central R'y Oo Hock-
ing Vallev R'y, Nat. Surety Co.; Toledo, St. Louis &
Western R'y Co.; Mo.. Kan. & Texas R'y Co., White
Sulphur Springs Co., Chesapeake & Ohio R'y. Fulton
Chain R'y, Raquette Lake R'y, Southern Pacific Co.,
Equitable Trust Co., N. Y., Fourth Nat. Bank, N. Y.
Mem. N. Y., Los Angeles and Newport News (Va.),
Chambers of Commerce, Pasadena & Alhambra
(Calif.) B'd of Trade. Am. Museum of Natural History
(life mem.), New England iSoc. in N. Y. Clubs: Union
League, Metropolitan, City Midday, Oneonta, Sleepy
Hollow Country, Economic, Hobby, Grolier (N. Y.),
Jonathan, California, Midwick Country, Camut (Los
Angeles), Pasadena Country, Polo, San Gabriel Valley
Country (Pasadena). Residence: San Marino, Los
Angeles Co., Calif. Address: Broad-Exchange Bid'g,
N. Y. City.


Clergyman; grad. Harvard Univ., B.A., 1S75. Ordered
deacon, ISiS: ordained priest, 18S0, by Bishop Hunt-
ington, in Episcopal ministry. Formerly in charge
Calvary Ch.. Syracuse, N. Y. 1879-1881; Holy Cross
Mission, N. Y. City, 1SS1-1SS9; Superior of Order of the
Holy Cross, 1SS4-18SS, and 1897-1907. Address: Holy
Cross, West Park, Ulster Co., N. Y.


b. 1882; Mary (Mrs. Robert W. Chapin), t>. 1SS4;
Robert R., 'b. 1S90. Began business life in 1877 as clerk
for the Standard Oil Co. at Bradford, Pa.; mem. Sch.
B"d 3 terms; was a mem. of the city gov't 2 terms;
entered the brokerage business in 1883; removed to
Buffalo in 1888 and accepted a position with the Brush
Elec. Co., now the Buffalo Gen. Electric Co., and or
wMch is v.-p. and gen. mg'r; and also of the Cata-
ract Power and Conduit Co.; v.-p. People's Bank of
Buffalo; treas. Internat. Achison Graphite Co., Buffalo
and Niagara 'Falls Light and Power Co.: dir. German-
American Bank, Buffalo Audit Co.. Western N. Y.
Water Cc, etc. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem. Am.
Inst. Elec. Eng'rs, Nat. Elec. Light Ass'n. Clubs: Buf-
falo Country, Ellicott, Niagara Falls, Republican (N.
Y. City). Address: 712 Fidelity Building, Buffalo, N. Y.


Mining eng'r; b. Paterson, N. J., Jan. 28, 1S69; s. J.
P. and S. iM. (Doremus) Huntoon; grad. Sch. of Mines
Columbia Univ., EjM., IS5; Yale (honorary degree)
A.M., 1908; m. Knoxville, Tenn., Oct. 7, 1903, Edna B.
Bovnton. Engaged in mine operating and consulting
work, 1895-1903; prof, mining and metallurgy, Y'ale
Univ., 1903-11911; consulting eng'r since 1911. N. Y.
representative of Stearns Roger Co., of Denver, Colo.
Mem. Am. Inst, of (Mining Eng'rs (chm'n N. Y. section).
Mining and Metallurgical Soc. of America (sec. and

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