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Republican (1st vote for Lincoln, 2d term). Mem.
Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Nat. Geog. Soc. From
1897 to 1906 comm'r Auburn Theol. Sem. (pres. b'd
1S99). Recreations: Horseback riding and wheeling.
Clubs: Alpha Delta (clerical, Reformed Ch., N. Y.
City), Alpha Kappa (undenominational, Brooklyn),
Alpha Kappa (Rochester, N. Y.). Address: 14 Sibley
Place. Rochester, N. Y.


Mechanical eng'r and emeritus prof. mech. eng'ring;
b. N. Y. City, May 2S, 1853; s. Mancius Smedes and
Gertrude (Holmes) Hutton; grad. Columbia, A.B. 1873,
EJM 1876, PhJD. 1882, Sc.D. 1904; Sc.D. (Rutgers)
1913; m. N. Y. City, 1878, Grace Lefferts; children:
Lcfferts Hutton, M.D., b. 1879; Mancius Smedes Hut-
ton, b. 1881. Prof. mech. eng'ring, Columbia Univ.,
1877-1907; prof, emeritus since 1907; dean faculty of
eng'ring, Columbia Univ., 1899-1905; consulting mech.
eng'r, Dep't Water, Gas and Electricity, City of N. Y.,
1911; v.-p. Museum of Safety, 1905-1913. Prepared
census monographs for Gov't, 1880-1882; editor En-
gineering Magazine, 1892; Johnson's Encyclopedia,
1893. Author: Mechanical Engineering of Power and
Plants, Heat and Heat Engines, The Gas Engine,
1904; Mechanical Engineering of Steam Power
Plants, 1908; Machine Tools (U. S. census, 1900). Col-
laborator Century Dictionary, 1910; New Internat.
Encyclopedia, 1913. Mem. Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs
(sec. 1883-1906, pres. 1906-1907, hon. sec. since 1907),
Soc. of Cincinnati. 1910; Am. Acad, of Arts and Sci-
ences; trustee Collegiate Sch., N. Y.; Reformed Dutch
Ch., N. Y. Recreations: Tennis, automobiling. Clubs:
Automobile of Am., Columbia .University, Century,
Engineers. Address: 257 W. 86th St., N. Y. City.


Certified public accountant; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 26,
1878; s. Henry and Rosa (Elkan) Hyans; ed. N. Y.
public sch., grad. Univ. State N. Y with degree Cer-
tified Public Accountant; m. Nov. 27, 1901, Rose
Feigenbaum; children: Herbert L, b. Aug. 16, 1903;
Stuart R., b. June 2, 1909. Pres. and gen. mg'r Cer-
tified Credit Co. of America; also pres. and gen. mg'r
Universal Business Inst. Independent; Hebrew. Mem.
N. Y. 'State Soc. Certified Public Accountants, Inst,
of Accounts, New York. Mason, 32. Recreations:
Baseball, yachting, automobiling. Residence: 567 W.
149th St. Address: 186 Fifth Av, N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 6, 1859; s. Walter and
Josephine (Marshall) Hyatt; ed. public schs. of N. Y.;
m. N. Y. City, Nov. 4, 1897, Carrie Louise de Groot.
Formerly with U. S. Trust Co., 13 years; v.-p. and
sec, N. Y. Security & Trust Co.; v.-p. and dir. Lin-
coln Trust Co.; dir. Madison Safe Deposit Co., Strong
Machinery & Supply Co., Strong Rubber & Asbestos
Co. and Hyfield Mf'g Co. Republican; Episcopalian.
Mem. Working Women's Protective Union, Met. Mu-
seum of Art, Am. Museum Natural History, N. Y. Hist.
Soc, Sons of Revolution. Residence: 57 W. 74th St.
Address: 208 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Animal sculptor; b. Cambridge, Mass., 1876; d. Al-
pheus and Audella (Beebe) Hyatt; received private
sch. ed'n at Cambridge, Mass.; honorable mention,
Paris Salon, 1910. Bronze statue of Lion, Dayton,
Ohio, and bronzes at Metropolitan Museum. Mem.
Nat. Sculpture Soc, Friendly Circle of the Medallion,
Federation of Arts. Address: 126 E. 80th St., N. Y.


Musician; b. Bath, Me., Feb. 21. 1875; s. Gen. Thomas
W. and Annie (Hayden) Hyde; ed. public schs. of
Bath, private tutors: Harvard Univ., A.B., 1896; stud-



ied music in Boston and Paris; unmarried. Organist
at St. John's Ch., Charlesto-wn, Mass., 4 years; or-
ganist and choirmaster, Emmanuel Oh., Boston, 8
years; organist and choirmaster St. Bartholomew's
Ch., N. Y., since 190S; conductor of choral socs. in
Boston and Maine. Republican; Episcopalian. Trus-
tee Inst, of Musical Arts, N. Y. Clubs: Metropolitan,
Harvard, Tennis and Racquet (Boston). Residence;
10 E. 45th St. Address: 16 E. 44th St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., July 22, 1870; s. Joel
A. (M.D.) and Mary E. (Richardson) Hyde: ed. Brook-
lyn Poly., 1879-18S7; Amherst Coll., A.B., 1891, A.M.,
1894; Long Island Coll. Hosip., M.D., 1894; m. Brook-
lyn, May '2.2, 1902, Alice Clary Earle, d. Alice Morse
Earle. Republican; Oongregationalist. Mem. Kings
Co. Med. Soc, N. Y. State Med. Soc, Associate Phy-
sicians of L. I., L. I. Med. Soc; fellow Brooklyn Gyne-
col, and N. Y. Obstet. Socs.; mem. Woman's Hosp.
Soc. Ass't surgeon L. I. Coll. Hosp.; ass't prof. Gyne-
cology, Long Island Coll. Hosp. Asso. editor Brook-
lyn Med. Journal, 1902-1904. Traveled abroad in 1895,
studying medicine in Berlin, Germany. Editor: Trans-
actions 'Of Associated Physicians of Long Island, 1899-
1901; Transactions of Woman's Hosp. Soc, 1899-1901
Mem. Psi Upsilon, Sons of Revolution (N. Y. Chapter),
Amherst Coll. Alumni Ass'n. Club: Hamilton. Ad-
dress: 242 Henry St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Banker; b. N. Y. City, June 23, 1842; s. Edwin and
Elizabeth A. Hyde; ed. N. Y. City and Middletown,
Conn.; grad. N. Y. Free Acad, (now Coll. City of N.
Y.), 1861; Columbia! Law Sch., LL.B., 1863; served in
U. S. Army in a N. Y. reg't in Va. in Civil War; m.
1868, Marie E., d. Albert N. Brown, merchant, of N. Y.
City. Practised law In N. Y. City until 1886; since
1886, v.-p. and trustee Central Trust Co. of N. Y.. Re-
publican; Preaby'n (elder). Patron of orchestral mu-
sic, and has an extensive library of the scores of the
great musical composers; pres. Philharmonic Soc. of
N. Y., 1888-1901; in 1903 conceived the plan and raised
the fund by -which the famous musicians Wassily Saf-
onoff, Felix Weingartner, Max Fiedler, Edward Co-
lonne, Willem Mengelberg, Fritz Steinbach and others
were induced to come to the United States for the
first time as conductors and direct at the concerts
of the Philharmonic Soc. of N. Y. Fellow Philhar-
monic Soc. of London, England; mem. Manuscript Soc.
of N. Y., etc. Trustee Presby'n B'd of Church Erec-
tion; mem. N. Y. Sabbath Com.; mg'r Am. Bible Soc;
trustee and treas. Princeton Theol. Sem. Mem. Am.
Geog. Soc, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., New England
Soc. in N. Y., Soc. Colonial Wars, Sons of Revolution,
Met. Museum of Art. Clubs: Century, Ujnion League,
Metropolitan, University, Riding, City, Down Town.
Residence: 36 W. 58th St. Address: 54 Wall St., N. Y


Electrical eng'r; b. Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 6, 1877;
s. George Warren and Lucy Jane (Braman) Hyde;
grad. Harvard Univ., A.B., 1901; m.' Boston, June 11,
1910, Edna S. Mason; one d.: Helena, b. Aug. 2, 1911.
Eng'r for N. Y. Telephone Co. Clubs: Harvard (N. Y.),
Cranford Golf (Cranford. N. J.). Residence: Cran-
ford, N. J. Address: 15 Dey St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1873; s
Salem and Anne P. (Cheney) Hyde; descendant of
Capt. Eb^nezer Botsford; also of Simon Peck, both
serving in Conn. Vols. Revolutionary War; ed. Syra-
cuse public and high schs., 1879-1890; Phillips Acad.,
Andover, Mass., 1890-1891, Yale, B.A., 1895, N. Y.
Law School, 1897-1898; General Theol. Sem., N Y.
1900-1902; Cambridge Univ.,- England summer term,
1903; m. Madeline, d. of Oscar E. Van Zlle, banker of
Troy, N. Y.; children: Salem, b 1905, Henry Van Zile,
b. 1906. Studied law in office of Hon. Frank Hiscock;
admitted to N. Y. Bar, July, 189S; practised two years
in firm of Hyde & Rowland; gave up law for church
work, summer of 1900, and studied for Holy Orders.
Ordered deacon by Bishop F. Huntington, May 28,
1902, an-1 priest, Mar. 28, 1903. Has been rector
of Trinity Ch., Syracuse, since 1903. One of Bish-
op's examining chaplains. Diocese of Central N. Y.
Has traveled in England and Scotland. Probation
officer Syracuse Police Dep't. Sec. Clerical Club
of Syracuse, Sec. Class of 1895 Yale Coll.; mem. N. Y.
Prison Ass'n; corr. mem. Civil Service Reform Ass'n;
mem. Onondaga Hist. Ass'n, Delta Kappa Epsilon, S.
A. R. ; trustee Shelter for Unprotected Girls. Syra-
cuse, N. Y. Clubs: Yale, (N. Y. City); University (one
of organizers and first sec), Fortnightly (Syracuse)
Summer home: Skaneateles Lake, N. Y. Address:
Little Rock, Ark.


Former v.-p. Equitable Life Assurance Soc. of U.
S.; b. N. Y. City, June 6, 1876; s. Henry B. (founder
and late pres. of the society) and Annie F. Hyde; ed. N.
Y. City; grad. Harvard, A.B., 1898: unmarried. Elect-
ed 2d v.-p. Nov. 2, 1898, and v.-p. May 10, 1899, of
Equitable Life; resigned 1905. Was several years
pres. Alliance Francaise; gave $30,000 to the Cercle
Francais of Harvard for the promotion of study of
French literature, and the French Gov't recognized
his munificence by conferring on him cross of the
Legion of Honor; now dir. Federation of French
Alliance In U. S. Clubs: Union, University, Grolier,
Century, Fencers, Meadow Brook. Address: 23 W.
50th St., N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Owego, N. Y., Oct. 14,
1871; s. Nelson H. and Anna E. (Fulcher) Hyde;
grad. Owego Free Acad. (Salutatorian) 1888; N. Y.
Homce. Med. Coll. and Hosp., M.D. (valedictorian,
first faculty and Alumni prizes), 1894 (also received
Wales prize in junior year); received degree of
ophthalmic and aural surgeon (O. et A. Chir ), N.
Y. Ophthalmic Hosp., 1902; m. Owego, N. Y., Sept. 21,
1898, Fannie L. Corey. Ass't sup't of "Glenniary"
(Owego, N. Y.), 1894-1899; sup't Oak Hill Sanitarium,
Montclair, N. J., 1900-1901; resident surgeon N. Y.
Ophthalmic Hosp. (N. Y. City), 1902-1903; in private
practice, special work only at Owego, N. Y., since
1903; specialty in eye, ear, nose and throat. Dir. and
sec Glenniary Co., 1898-1900. Presby'n (elder). Mem.
Am. Inst. Homoeopathy, N. Y. State Homce. Med. Soc
Club: Social. Address: 239 Main St., Owego, N. Y.


Physician, author; b. Cortland, N. Y.; s. Frederick
and Elvira (Goodyear) Hyde; ed. Cortland Acad.,
Yale, A.B., (with honors), 1865, A.M., 1868; Geneva
Coll., M.D., 1S6S; m. Solon, N. Y., June 30 1870, Julia
Elizabeth Boyd; children: Frederick William Lavina
Hathway. Began med. practice at Cortland, 1868;
demonstrator of anatomy, 1872-1874, prof, internal
anatomy, 1874-1878, Coll. of Medicine, Syracuse Univ.
Pres. Cortland Co. Med. Soc, 1875, re-elected, in 1876;
delegate to Am. Med. Ass'n, 1876; for several years
surgeon to Elmira, Cortland & Northern R. R. ; re-
moved to N. Y. City, 1888. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa,
Delta Kappa Epsilon Ass'n of N. Y. City. Delivered
address, June, 1905, before Medical Alumni of Syra-
cuse Univ. Author of several books of fiction and
of monograph on The One-Time Wooden Spoon at
Yale, etc. Address 6 W. 21st St., N. Y. City.


Artist, painter; b. N. Y. City, Jan. 29, 185S; s. John
James and Mira Louisa (Card) Hyde; grad. Columbia,
B.A., 1877; studied in Paris at Academie Julian under
Boulanger, Befebvre, Doucet, Alexander, Harrison; m.
Grace Ch., N. Y. City, Dec 19, 1894, Mary, d. Rt.
Rev. H. C. Potter; one d. Sylvia, b. 1896. Asso. Nat.
Acad. Design. Independent (Mugwump) in politics.
Club: Century. Address: 66 E. 91st St., N. Y. City.


Secretary Soc for Psychical Research; b. Xenia O.,
Aug. 18, 1854; s. RoDert and Martha Ann (Bogle)
Hyslop; grad. Wooster Univ., A.B. and A.M., later
LL.D.; Leipzig Univ. and Johns Hopkins Univ., Ph.D.;
m. Oct. 1, 1891; Mary Fry Hall; children: George Hall,
b. Dec. 20, 1892, Mary Winifred, b. Sept. 24, 1894,
Beatrice Fry, b. April 10, 1899. Taught in public
schs., Lake Forest Univ., Smith Coll., Bucknell Univ.,
and Columbia Univ. Independent. V.-p. English Soc.
for Psychical Research, sec Am. Soc. for Psychical
Research; fellow A. A. A. S. ; Am. Acad. Polit. Science.
Club: Authors (London). Address: 519 W. 149th
St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman, librarian; b. Binghamton, N. Y., Sept.
25, 1869; s. Joseph Darling and Mary (Dunscomb) Ib-
botson; grad. Hamilton Coll., A.B., 1890; A.M., 1894;
Union Theol. Sem.. N. Y., 1891-1894; studied at Univs.
of Berlin and Halle, Germany, 1894-1895; m. Weren-
gerode am Harz, Germany, July, 1895, Hedwig Tappe;
children: Mary, b. 1896; Louis Tappe, b. 1901; Joseph
Serwyn, b. 1907. As?t prof. English literature, Ham-
ilton Coll., 1S95-1902; prof. English literature, 1902-
1911, librarian since 1911. Independent in politics;
Presby'n. Mem. Modern Language Ass'n of Am., Ma-
lone Soc, Am. Library Ass'n, Chi Psi fraternity, Phi
Beta Kappa. Address: Clinton, N. Y.




Author; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1S53; d. Jona-
than and Abigail (.Murphey) Ogden; colonial descent;
ed. in private schools in Brooklyn; m. Brooklyn, Dee.,
1875. Charles W. Ide (died Nov., 1903); one d.: Alice
Steele Ide. Contb'r poems and prose to magazines.
Author: His Little Royal Highness, 1SS7; A Loyal
Little Redcoat, 1890; Courage, 1894; Little Homespun,
1896; A Little Queen of Hearts, 1S9S; Tattine, 1900;
Loyal Hearts and True, 1900; Friendship The Good
and Perfect Gift, 1903. Address: 43 Remsen St.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Pres. Home Life Ins. Co.; b. Brooklyn, N. Y May,
1860; s. Henry and Lydia (Smith) Ide; academic
course at Yale, B.A., 1881; hon. M.A., 1906; m. Brook-
lyn. N. Y., 1SS5, Carrie W. Hester. With Dominick &
Dickerman, ibankers, 1SS1-1S90; sec. Home Life Ins.
Co., 1890; v.-p., 1S92, pres. since 1S94; dir. Fidelity
and Casualty Co., Corn Exchange Bank (Grand Cen-
tral Branch), Washington Trust Co.; pres. Larch-
mont Nat. Bank. Clubs: University, Yale, Metropoli-
tan, N. Y. Yacht, Hamilton, Graduates (New Haven),
Railroad of N. Y Nassau Country, Knollwood Coun-
try, Piping Rock. Address: 521 Park Av., N. Y. City.


Rear-admiral U. S. N.; to. Zanesville, Ohio, Dec. 6,
1845; s. Dr. William E. and Angeline (Sullivan) Ide;
grad. Naval Acad., 1861; m. Fortress Monroe, Va.,
July 28, 1889, Alexandra Louise Bruen. During sum-
mer 1862-1864, while midshipman, cruised after Con-
federate steamers Tallahassee and Florida; went to
Greenland on Juniata, 1870, in search of Polaris sur-
vivors, and same year took Virginius filibusters from
Santiago, Cuba, to N. Y. Served on Kenosha, which
escorted English ship Monarch to Portland. Me., 1871,
carrying body of George Peabody, philanthropist;
commanded U. S. S. Justin off Santiago, during Span-
ish-Am. War, and U. S. S. New Orleans on Manila
Sta. ; capt. of Navy Yard, Mare Island, Calif., until
1901; retired as rear-admiral. Clubs: Metropolitan,
N. Y. Athletic, N. Y. Yacht. Address: 1128 Madison
Av., N. Y. City.


Diplomat, lawyer, capitalist; b. Barnet, Vt., Sept.
18, 1844; s. Jacob and Lodoska (Knights) Ide; grad.
Dartmouth Coll., A.B. (valedictorian), 1866; A.M., 1869;
LL.D., 1900; Tufts Coll., LL.D., 1903; m. Stoughton,
Mass. Oct. 26, 1871, Mary M. Melcher (died April 22,
1892); children: Adelaide M. (deceased), to. 1872; Harry
J. (deceased), b. 1874; Annie H. (Mrs. W. B. Cockran),
b. 1876; Marjorie M. (Mrs. Shane Leslie). Admitted
to bar of Vt., U. S. Dist. and Circuit Courts and Su-
preme Court of U. S. Traveled extensively in Eu-
rope, America, Asia and Islands of Pacific, Indian and
Atlantic Oceans. Pres. Dupont Mf'g Co.; trustee Pas-
sumpsic Savings Bank, St. Jo'hnsbury, Vt. ; dir. First
Nat. Bank, St. Johnstury, Vt. ; Tredegar Nat. Bank,
Jacksonville, Ala.; Jacksonville Oil Mill Co., Ely Hoe
& Fork Co., St. Johnsibury, Vt. ; receiver Knicker-
bocker Trust Co., N. Y. State's att'y, Vt., 1876-1878;
State Senator, Vt 1882-1886; pres. Vt. Republican
State Conv., 1SS4; delegate to Republican Nat. Conv.,
1888; appt'd by Pres. Harrison, 1891, comm'r to Samoa;
pres. Internat. Comm'n; appt'd chief justice of Samoa
by England, Germany and U. S., constituting the
protectorate. 1893-1897; appt'd by Pres. McKinley mem.
Taft Comm'n to organize civil gov't in Philippine
Islands. 1900; appt'd sec. Finance and Justice, Philip-
pine Islands, 1901; vlce-gov., 1904; gov.-gen 1905,
1906; envoy extraordinary and minister plenipoten-
tiary to Spain, 1909-1913. Republican; Congregatlon-
alist. Trustee Vt. Normal Sch., Johnson, Vt. Clubs:
Metropolitan (Washington, D. C). Army and Navy,
Columtoia (Manila), Country (Philippine Islands).
Residence: St. Johnsbury, Vt. Address: 62 Weltoeck
St., London, W. E., Eng.


Mining engineer; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 20. 1855; s.
Lars C. and Anna M. Ihlseng; ed. public schools; grad.
Coll. Citv of N. Y., B.S.; Sch. of Mines, Columtoia Coll.,
C.E., E.M.: m. April 18, 1887. Susanne M. Reston; one
d.: Olga Kathryn, b. Aug. 21, 1890. Engaged in gen.
mining business; connected with zinc industry 20
years; closely identified with the Am. and European
smelters; many times abroad; an authority in zinc
and lead mining in the U. S. Episcopalian. Mem.
Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs. Club: N. Y. Athletic. Ad-
dress: 541 W. 124th St., N. Y. City.


Journalist; b. Pittsburgh, Pa., March 14, 1868; s.
Frederick Lorenz and Josephine (Darr) Ihmsen; ed.
in schs. of Stuttgart, Germany, and Allegheny, Pa.;
grad. Allegheny High Sch., 1886, and afterward at-

. tended Pittsburgh Catholic Coll.; m. N. V. City, March
17. 1S84, Angeline Arado. Began business life as clerk
in Pittsburgh post office, 1887. Began newspaper life
on Pittsburgh Leader, as reporter; afterward with
Pittsburgh Post; then in Washington Bureau of N. Y.
Herald, 1891, and political reporter of same, 1893.
Began his connection with the Hearst newspapers as
Albany corr., N. Y. Journal, 1895; city editor, 1896-
1898; Washington corr., 1898-1900, same paper; polit.
editor N Y. American since 1900. Formerly Demo-
crat; now mem. Independence Party; sec. Nat. Ass'n
Democratic Clubs, 1900-1904; mem. Exec. Com. Nat.
Dem. Cong. Com., 1902; organized Municipal Owner-
ship League of N. Y., 1905; active as organizer of
movement to nominate William R. Hearst as Presi-
dent, 1904; managed Mr. Hearst's mayoralty campaign,
1905; organized Independence League and chm'n N.
Y. Independence League Com. in the gubernatorial
campaign of 1906; a leader in the orgin of Indepen-
dence Party, 1908; Independence League and Repub-
lican nominee for sheriff of N. Y. County, 1907. Pub-
lisher Los Angeles Examiner, Calif., since 1908. Ad-
dress: Examiner, Los Angeles, Calif.


Author; to. Gibraltar, June 20, 1852; s. Frederick
and Susannato lies; ed. in common schs., Montreal,
where resided 1857-1887; since then in N. Y. Long an
advocate of appraised literature, or the choice of the
best books by trustworthy authorities, and the say-
ing about each the words of description and criticism
helpful to readers and students. Gave to Am. Li-
brary Ass'n $10,000 as cost of Guide to American
History (4,100 works chosen and appraised by forty
critics, edited by J. N. Lamed). Editor (with R. R.
Bowker) of Thei Readers' Guide in Economic, Social
and Political Science; Bibliography of Fine Arts; and
(with Mrs. Augusta H. Leypoldt), A List of Books
for Girls and Women and Their Clubs. Edited: Lit-
tle Masterpieces of Science (6 vols.); Little Master-
pieces of Autobiogratphy (6 vols.). Author: A Class
in Geometry; Flame, Electricity and the Camera;
Inventors at Work with chapters on Discovery;
Leading American Inventors (Holt), 1912. Address:
Park Av. Hotel, N. Y. City.


Actress; b. Bloomington, 111.; d. J. H. and Mary
Ellen Light: ed. in 111. Wesleyan Univ., Bloomington,
and also at Conservatory in Chicago; m. Edward J.
Bowes. Has appeared in prominent N. Y. City pro-
ductions of plays, also in London in summer of 1906,
under stage name of Margaret Illington; during se_a-
son of 1907-1908 played leading role in The Thief;
starred in Kindling, 1911-1912; Within the Law, 1913-
1914. Address: Cort Theatre, N. Y. City.


Physician; to. Kolin, Bohemia. Nov. 29, 1848; s. Rev.
Bernard and Katherlne (Schiff) Illoway; ed. public
schools and toy private tutors; med. ed'n received in
Miami Med. Coll., Cincinnati, O. ; unmarried. Resi-
dent physician to the Cincinnati Hosp., 1869-1870;
was prof, of the diseases of children, Cincinnati Coll.
of Med. and Surgery and visiting physician to the Jew-
ish Hosp. in the same city. Author: Constipation in
Adults and Children, with Special Reference to Habit-
ual Constipation and Its Most Successful Treatment
by the Mechanical Methods (Macmillan): The Summer
Diarrhoeas of Infants (E. R. Pelton); one of the col-
laborators on American Text-Book of the Diseases of
Children; contb'r to medical journals of this country
and Germany. Mem. N. Y. Acad. Medicine, N. Y. Co.
Med. Soc, Sac. Med. Jurisprudence, German Med. Soc.,
N. Y. State Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n, etc. Address:
1113 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Mechanical eng'r; b. Germantewn. Pa.; s. John
P. and Susan B. (Porter) Ilsley; grad. Penn. Charter
Sch., Phila., 1893; Maps. Inst. Technol., B.S., 1897;
m. New Brighton, N. Y., June 30. 1903, Annie Daven-
port Alexander; children: John P. Ilsley, 3d, to. 1904,
A. Alexander, b. 1905, Mary Davenport, b. 1911. In
employ of Simonds Rolling Machine Co., Fitchburg,
Mass., one year; Bell Telephone Co., Phila., one year;
now mg'r sales dep't., Niles-Bement-Pond Co., N. Y.
City. Dir. Crabtree Coal Mining Co., Ilsley, Ky.
Republican. Unitarian. Mem. Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs,
Delta Psi Fraternity. Clubs: Railroad, Engineers,
Technology. Address: 111 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Nebraska City, Neb.; Oct. 10, 1864; s.
Joseph J. and Mary E. (Rector) Imhoff; grad. Univ.
of Neb., LL.B. ; m. Lincoln, Neb., Feb. 20, 1887, Grace
Rae Douglas; children: Richard Hudson, Catherine
Douglas (deceased); Thomas Hunt, David Laing. V.-
p. Irving Nat. Bank. Mem. Phi Kappa Psi, and Phi



Delta Phi fraternities. Mem. Chamber of Commerce.
Clubs: Union League, Lotos, Lawyers. Residence:
Hopewell, N. J. Address: 233 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; .b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 10, 1870; s. Melville
E. and Abbie (Stimson) Ingalls; grad. Harvard Coll.,
A.B., 1891;; Harvard Law Sch., LL.B., 1895; m. Free-
hold, N. j., Sept. 11, 1909, Mrs. Beulah Humphrey
Newtoury. Was admitted to the N. Y. Bar and prac-
tised in the law office of Stetson, Jennings & Russell
after leaving the law school, and in April, 1900,
formed partnership with John S. Sheppard, Jr., under
name of Sheppard & Ingalls; later became associated
with Judge William Rumsey, late judge of the N. Y.
Appellate Division, under name of Rumsey, Shep-
pard & Ingalls; upon death of Judge Rumsey his
son was admitted to firm. Has traveled much over
the U. S. and Can. and has visited Alasaka, Cuba,
England, 'Germany, Prance, Austria, Sweden, Norway,
Russia and Switzerland. Pres. and treas. Virginia
Hot Springs Company. Democrat. Mem. Ass'n Bar
City of N. Y, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, B'd Mg'rs Knick-
erbocker Hosp. Clubs: University, Harvard, Knoll-
wood Country, City Lunch. Residence 512-5th Av.
Address: 27 Cedar St., N. Y. City.


Mining and metallurgical eng'r, editor; b. Lynn,
Mass. Oct. 25, 1865; s. Jerome and Emma (Renton)
Ingalls; grad. Lynn (Mass.) High Sch., 1882; Mass.
Inst. Technology, S.B., 1886; m. Stapleton, S. I., Oct.
26, 1898, Ella Gordon; children: Rosamond, b. 1901,
Catherine, b. 1903, Hildegrade, b. 1905. Engaged in
mining at Leadville, Colo. 1886-1890; .ass't editor
Engineering and Mining Journal 1890-1892; mining
and metallurgical eng'r Pittsburg and Mexican Tin
Mining Co., Durango, Mexico, 1892; consulting mining
eng'r N. Y. City, visiting professionally, various min-
ing districts in U. S., Can., Belgium, Germany and
Poland, especially in connection with the metallurgy
of zinc, 1893-1894; metallurgist Gold and Silver Ex-
traction Co., Lt'd, Denver and Cripple Creek, Colo.,
1895; sup't Quien Sabe Smeltery, Durango, Mexico,
1896; consulting eng'r N. Y. City, and ass't editor
The Mineral Industry, 1897-1899; metallurgical eng'r
for Am. Zinc, Lead and Smelting Co., Columbia
Lead Co., and Laharpe Zinc Smelting Co., 1899-1904;
chief of Canadian Zinc Comm'n, 1905-1906; since July
1, 1905, has been editor of The Engineering and
Mining Journal and The Mineral Industry. Was mem.
of jury at the St. Louis Exp'n. Independent in poli-
tics. Mem. Mining and Metallurgical Soc. of Am.,
Am. Inst, of Mining Eng'rs, Institution of Mining
and Metallurgy, the Soc. of Chem. Industry. Author:
Production and Properties of Zinc, 1902; Metallurgy of

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