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Zinc and Cadmium, 1903; Notes on Metallurgical Mill
Construction, 1906; Lead Smelting and Refining, 1906;
Lead and Zinc in the United States, 1908. Clubs:
Lawyers, Engineers. Residence: Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
Address: 505 Pearl St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, banker, mf'r; b. S. Hartford, N. Y., July
26, 1846; s. Milo and Laura C (Chapin); ed.
public and private schs. of Hartford, Hartford Acad.,
Ft. Edward Collegiate Inst., Union Coll., A.B., 1870,
A.M., 1873; Harvard Law Sch., LL.B., 1872; m. Sandy
Hill, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1876, Franc E. Groesbeek; one
son: Grenville H. (died 1910). Principal Argyle
Acad., 1867-1870; law student -with Hughes & Northup
admitted to practice, 1874, making specialty of corp'n
and real estate law. Pres. and dir. Sandy Hill Nat.
Bank; officer and dir. Little River Lumber Co., Gran-
ite Brick Co., Adirondack Motor Car Co., Imperial
Wall Paper Co., Lake Champlain Pulp and Paper Co ,
Progressive Pulp and Paper Co., Empire Coal Co.
Surrogate of Washington Co., 1895-1906; delegate to
World's Congress of Lawyers and Jurists, St. Louis,
1904. Independent, Unitarian. Mem. Am. Hist. Ass'n,
N. Y. 'State Hist. Ass'n (trustee, 1st v. -p., chm'n Com. on
Program since org'n in 1899; pres. 1912, 1913, 1914),
Am. Polit. Science Ass'n, Am. Geog. Soc, Am. Acad.
Polit. and Social Science, Am. Bar Ass'n, A. A. A. S.,
State Bar Ass'n (mem. Exec. Com. since 1892), Alumni
Ass'n, Harvard Law Sch. Ass'n. Trustee Glens Falls
Acad. Address: 16 Pearl St., Hudson Falls, N. Y.


Manufacturer; b. Delta, Mich., Oct. 29, 1865; s. Or-
ville Boudinot and Mary E. (Beers) Ingersoll; public
school ed'n; m. Brooklyn, July 5, 1898, Eleanor Ram-
sey Bond. Engaged in mf'r of watches since 1892;
sec. and treas. Robert H. Ingersoll & Brother since
1892. V.-p. Jewelers B'd of Trade, N. Y. Residence:
260 Scotland Road, S. Orange, N. J. Address: 315
4th Av., N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; b. New Haven, Conn., Dec. 1, 1858; s.
Hon. Colin M. and Julia H. (Pratt) Ingersoll; grad.
Yale Scientific Sch., 1880; m. 1889, Theresa McAllister;
children: Theresa Van den Heuval. Coline Macrae,
Ralph McAllister. Was engaged with the Mo. Pacific
R.R. in 1881; from 1882 to 1906 with the N. Y., N. H.
& H. R.R. in the eng'ring dep't; ass't to pres. of
that road, 1897-1900, and chief eng'r 1900-1906. At
present advisory eng'r. By act of Congress was
app't one of Alaska Railroad Comm'n for investi-
gating transportation problems in Alaska, Aug., 1912;
chief eng'r Dep't of Bridges, City of N. Y.; pres.
B'd Harbor Comm'rs, New Haven, Conn., and chief
eng'r of New Haven, 1892. Episcopalian. Mem. Am.
Soc. Civil Eng'rs, Conn. Soc. Civil Eng'rs, Delta
Psi fraternity, Soc. of Colonial Wars. Clubs: Univer-
sity (N. Y. City); Union, (Boston); Graduates, (New
Haven). Residence: 167 E. 71st St. Address: 105
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Corning, N. Y., April 3, 1875; s. Andrew
J. and Ellen S. (Vail) Ingersoll; ed. Corning (N. Y.)
Free Acad.; grad. Amherst Coll., A.B., 1897; N. Y. Law
Sch., LL.B., 1900. Elected city magistrate on fusion
ticket, 1901; sec. in charge of Citizens' Union Cam-
paign, 1903; app'd by Appellate Div., 1903, to serve on
Com. on Character, to examine applicants for ad-
mission to bar; was counsel to register of Kings
Co., 1906-1907. Dir. "United Neighborhood Guild."
Legal Aid. Soc, Nat. Municipal League; chm'n Exec
Com. and campaign mg'r for Com. of One Hundred
which organized successful fusion anti-Tammany City
campaign, 1909; chm'n Com. on Congestion of Popu-
lation. Has been active in social and polit. reform
work. Appt'd Park Comm'r, Borough of Brooklyn, by
Mayor Mitchel, Jan.. 1914. Clubs: City, Reform,
Heights Casino (Brooklyn). Address: 261 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer and lecturer on sacred art; b. Rochester,
N. Y., Aug. 25. 1837; s. Merit and Mary Strong (Wait)
Ingersoll; ed. Albany Acad., and Columbia Coll. Law
Sch., LL.B., 1860; m. Brooklyn, July 13, 1864, Adelaide
M. Clarke of New Bedford, Mass.; children; Grace
Blanche, Vivien, Herbert, and Lulu. Engaged for forty
years in general legal practice; two years' library
practice compiling a legal history of the City, Roads
and Streets of Brooklyn. Had extensive European
travel and study of the Christ ideal in art; twenty
years lecturing, and writing on the Christ ideal;
lecturer in Brooklyn Inst, of Arts and Sciences and
elsewhere. Author: The Christ Ideal in Sacred Art;
Love and Law in Religion; The Divine Dynasty of
David, etc.; minister of the gospel since 1874; pastor
Cong'l Church of the Covenant in Brooklyn, 5 years;
one of the founders of the 47th Reg*t, N.G.N.Y.
Genealogist, mem. and librarian N. E. Soc. of Brook-
lyn, 12 years. Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Brooklyn
Inst. Arts and Sciences, Brooklyn Library and of
Y. M. C. A. for over forty years. Recreations: Study
of art, architecture, music, etc. Address: 16 Court
St., Brooklyn, and Glen Cove, L. I., N. Y.


Physician; b. CamDridge, N. Y., April 23, 1852; s.
Anson and Margaret Ann (McMurray) Ingraham; ed.
Greenwich (N. Y.) Acad., Cambridge (N. Y.) Acad.,
Rensselaer Poly. Inst, (one year), Albany Med. Coll.,
M.D., 1878; m. Cambridge, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1880, Anna
M. Ashton; children: Donald Ashton, b. 1881; Margaret
McMurray, b. 1883; Charles Hamilton, b. 1885. Prac-
ticed medicine 12 years at Quaker Springs, Schenec-
tady and Mechanicville, N. Y. ; took up journalism, and
employed on editorial staff of Troy Daily Press and
N. Y. Witness. For many years has contb'd poems,
essays and stories to the public prints. Published
three books: Songs of All Sorts, 1902; Steps Up Life's
Ladder, 1905; and in 1909 a book of miscellaneous
prose entitled Fact, Fiction and Reflection. Was
brought into considerable prominence by his pamphlet
"The Birth at Moreau of the Temperance Reform-
ation," read before the N. Y. State Hist. Ass'n at Lake
George, N. Y., Aug. 23, 1905, and before the World's
Temperance Centennial Congress at Saratoga Springs,
N. Y., June, 1908. Progressive; Prestoy'n; not an or-
dained minister, but frequently preaches on invi-
tation. Mem. N. Y. State Hist. Ass'n, Nat. Geog. Soc,
N. Y. State Mu- am ' -'~\ Alumni Ass'n of Albany,
Med. Coll. Lecturer on "1 r . Song of the Watchman,"
and other topics. Recreations: Study of birds, wild
flowers, astron' i.\ s: Cambridge, Washing-

ton Countv, N. Y.



(Mrs. D. Phoenix Ingraham)
Born Brooklyn, N. Y. : il. Kichard Berrien and
Margaret M. (Schoonmaker) Leverich; ed. private
schools in Brooklyn; m. Brooklyn, D. Phoenix Ingra-
ham; children: Marguerite Leverich (Mrs. Capt. R. F.
Walton, U. S. A.), Sidney Phoenix. Mem. Reformed
(Dutch) Ch. Pres. N. Y. State Chapter Daughters
of Founders and Patriots of America, mem. Daugh-
ters of Revolution, Daughters of Holland Dames (dir.
gen.), Harlem Philharmonic Soc, Huguenot Soc, Order
of the Constitution. Address: Hotel St. Andrews, 72d
St. and Broadway, N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. N. Y., 1S47; s. Daniel Phoenix and Mary
(Landon) Ingraham; grad. Columbia Daw Sch., LL.B.,
1869; m. Dec. 4, 1872, Georgina Lent; children: Natalie,
Phcenia. Admitted to bar, 1869; judge Superior Court,
City of N. Y., Jan., 1883; appfd May, 1891; elected
Nov., 1891, justice Supreme Court, for 1st N. Y. Dist.,
and re-elected Nov., 1905, for term expiring Dec. 31,
1919; justice of Appellate Div. of Supreme Court from
Jan., 1896, for designation expiring Oct. 31, 1910.
Democrat. Mem. St. Nicholas Soc. Clubs: Century,
Manhattan, Metropolitan, N. Y. Yacht, Tuxedo. Ad J
dress: SO Irving Place, N. Y. City.


Artist, painter; b. Paris, France, Jan. 5, 1854; s.
George (celebrated Am. artist) and Elizabeth (Hart)
Inness; studied with his father at Rome, Italy, 1870-
1874, and with Bonnat at Paris, 1875; m. N. Y. City,
1879, Julia Roswell Smith. Lived in Boston, 1876-
187S; came to N. Y. City, 1878: resided at Montclair,
N. J., 1879-1894, at Paris, 1S94-1S99, exhibiting at the
Salon each year (mention hon., 1S93; gold medal, 1S99)
Asso., 1894, academician, 1898, Nat. Acad. Design; ex-
hibits at Nat. Acad, annually; officer d'Aeademie,
Paris; mem. Soc. Am. Artists; art adviser and trusted
The Century Co. Residence: Cragsmoor, Ulster Co.,
N. Y. Address: 51 Washington Sq., S., N. Y. City.


'Manufacturer; b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1859;
s. Aaron and Catherine (Reynolds) Innis; grad Yale
A.B., 1SS0; m. 1st, Chicago, Fe'b. 21, 1884, Dora L.
Studeibaker (deceased); 2d, Oct. 28, 1911, Editlh Donald-
son Clark; children: Janet, b. May 25, 1885; Dorothv,
b. Dec. 24, 1886; William Studeibaker, b. Ma;. 10, 1S92.
2d. v.-p. and dir. Chicago & South Bend R. R. ; trustee
N. Y. Life Ins. Co.; ass't treas. and dir. Stude'baker
Cerp'n. Mem. St. Andrew's Soc, Burns Soc. of City
of N. Y., the Dutchess County Soc; trustee Union Dime:
Savings Inst. Clubs: University, Yale, St. Andrew'a
Golf. Address: South Bend, Ind.


Artist; b. Orange, N. J., 1842; s. Henry Earle and
Sarah A. F. (Battb) Insley; self-educated; m. Brooklyn,
N. Y., 18S0, Maria Pell Hubbard; children: Albert
Earle, b. 1881; Florence, b. 1884. Painted principally
landscapes from N. Y. and Eastern States (mucU
from vioinity of White Mountains), and marines from
rugged coast of Maine and Cape Ann; in 1905. began
painting figures (human) and genre su'bjects, with
considerable success. Republican from formation of
party. Residence: Nanuet, Rockland Co., N. Y. Ad-"
dress (studio): 51 W. 10th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, teacher; b. Sharon, Pa., Sept. 15, 1858; s.
John Mitcheltree and Mary (Winter) Irvine; grad.
Cornell Univ., B.S., 1880; National Univ., LL.B., 1883;
m. Sharon, Pa., Nov. 16, 1887, Clara Christy; children:
Lida (Mrs. C. J. Pope), Winifred, Marjorie. Practised
law in Omaha, Neb., 1884-1S91, the firm being Esta-
brook, Irvine & Clapp; without associates in Lincoln,
Neb., 1899-1901; admitted to Bar of Dist. of Columbia,
Mar., 1883; ass't U. S. att'y, Dist. of Columbia, 1883-
1884; judge 4th dist. of Nebraska, 1891-1893; comm'r
Nebraska Supreme Court, 1S93-1899; prof, since 1901
and dean since 1907 Cornell Univ. Coll. of Daw. Mem.
Am. and N. Y. State Bar Ass'ns. Address: Ithaca,
N. Y.


Actress; b. Bridgeport, Conn.. Feb. 28, 1871. Made
debut as Gwendolin Hawkins in the Schoolmistress,
with Rosina Vokes Co., 1887; with Augustin Daly's
Co. 6 years; was leading woman at Lyceum Theatre,
N. Y., several years; leading woman in John Drew
Co.; one season with Richard Mansfield; later starring
under mg'mt of James K. Hackett in The Crisis; in
season of 1905, played "Louise" in all-star cast of The
Two Orphans; with Eleanor Robson in 1906-1907,
playing in Susan in Search of a Husband; season 1907-
1908, was starred by Liebler and Co., in Clyde Fitch's

play, Tin- Girl Who Has Everything; *eason 1908
created the title role in Percy Mackaye's comedy
Mater, Savoy Theatre, N. Y. City. under Henry
Miller's mg'mt: season 1909 under Chas. Frohman's
mg'mt in The Flag Lieutenant and The Command-
ing Officer; season 1910 with John Drew in Smith
at Empire Theatre, N. Y. City. Address: 3115 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Actress; b. Whitby, Ont., 1S62; d. Robert E. and
Jane (Draper) Campbell; ed. Whitbv, Ont.; m. 1878,
Frederick W. Keller, of St. Louis (died 1SS6); chil-
dren, two s., Walter and Harrv. M ade debut at Adel-
pb.i Theatre, Buffalo, 1S76; has been, mem. of theatrical
companies of Tony Pastor, 1877-1883; Augustin Daly,
1SS3-1887; Charles Frohman, Rich & Harris, etc.
Starred in The Widow Jones; The Swell Miss Fitz-
well; Courted into Court; Kate Kip Buyer; Sister
Mary; Madge Smith, Attorney; Belle of Bridgeport;
Mrs. Black is Back; Mrs. Wilson-Andrews; Mrs. Peck-
ham's Carouse; Getting a Polish; A Widow by Proxy,
etc. Address: 162 W. 84th St., N. Y. City.


Author; b. Oneida, N. Y., Mar. 15, 1875; s. David S.
and Edith Emily (Greene) Irwin; grad. Denver High
Sch., 1895; student Leland Stanford, Jr., Univ., 1S98-
1899; m. San Diego, Calif., Mar. 22, 1901, Grace Luce.
Writer San Francisco Examiner, 1900; editor San
Francisco News Letter, 1901; editor Overland Monthly,
1902; burlesque writer Republic Theatre, 1903; writer
of topical verse, N. Y. Globe, 1904-1906; on editorial
staff of Collier's Weekly, 1906-1907. Author: Thai
Love Sonnets of a Hoodlum, 1902; The Rubaiyat of
Omar Khayyam, Jr., 1902; Nautical Lays of a Lands-
man; Chinatown Ballads; Random Rhymes; The
S'hame of the Colleges; Letters of a Japanese School-
boy; Mr. Togo; Maid of All Work; contb'r to maga->
zines and weeklies. Clubs: Players, Lambs, Authors,
Dutch Treat. Address: Central Park W., and 4th St.,
N. Y. City.


Journalist, author; b. Oneida, N. Y'., Sept. 14, 1873;
s. David S. and Edith Emilv (Greene) Irwin; grad. 1
Denver High Sch., 1892; Leland Stanford, Jr., Univ.,
A.B., 1899; m. San Francisco, Jan. 1, 1901, Harried
Hyde. On staff of San Francisco Wave as ass't editor >
and editor, 1S99-1901; on staff San Francisco Chronicle,
1901-1904; reporter N. Y. Sun, 1904-1905; mn'g editor!
McClure's Magazine, 1906; gen. magazine writer since
1906. Socialist. Author: Stanford Stories (with C.
K. Field), 1900; The Reign of Queen Isyl (with GeletU
Burgess), 1904; The Hamadryads (verse), 1904; The
City That Was, 1906; The Readjustment,. Old China-
town, 190S; The House of Mystery, Warrior the Un-
tamed, 1910; The American Newspaper, 1911; The Kedl
Button, Where the Heart Is, 1912. Frequent contb'r
of fiction and articles to magazines. Clubs: Bohemian
(San Francisco), Players, Authors, Dutch Treat (N. Y.
City). Residence: 321 E. 17th St. Address: The
Players, 16 Gramercy Park, N. Y. City.


Prop'r Prospect House, Niagara Falls; b. N. Y. City,
1848; enlisted at age of 13 and during Civil War
served in Union Army as bugler in oth N. Y. Cav.
Began business career with Erie R'y at Niagara
Falls, and later in charge of company's general '
ticket office in Buffalo, N. Y. ; resigned position and
opened Prospect House at Niagara Falls on Canadian
side; conducted business there 14 years, and when
that side was taken by Canadian Gov't for Niagara
Falls Park, 1887, built new Prospect House on Am.
side, of which is still owner and dir. Special eorr.
for several important newspapers. Was railroad
contractor and built several miles of Canadian Pacific
R.R. in the Rockv Mountains, and many miles of
Grand Trunk R'y in Muskoka; ex-pres. First Nat.
Bank, Niagara Falls; v.-p. N. Y. Hotel Ass'n; mem.
Buffalo Exempt Vol. Firemen's Ass'n, having served
seven years as active mem. and trustee of Eagle
Hose Co. No. 2 in the Buffalo Vol. Fire Dep't, winning
gold badge of merit; now serving 5th consecutive
term (10 years) as active fire comm'r of Niagara
Falls paid Fire Dep't, responding to all alarms of
fires; formerly harbor comm'r. Mason, Knight
Templar, Shriner; past junior vice-comd'r, Dep't of
N. Y., G. A. R., with rank of general; companion of
first class, Mil. Order Loyal Legion; ex-pres. 5th N.
Y. Vet. Vol. Cav. Ass'n; hon. mem. Veterans' Ass'n;
42d Separate Co.. N.G.N. Y".; expert all-around sports-
man. Clubs: Niagara Falls Press (v.-p.), Niagara
Falls Automobile (v.-p.), Adirondack Shooting, North
Channel Shooting (pres.), Toronto Shooting (Long
Point, Can.), Winnipeg Gun. Address: Niagara Falls,




Banker; b. N. Y. City, 1846; s. Adrian and Eleanora
Iselin; ed. in N. Y. City; m. N. Y. City, 1872, Louise
Caylus; children: Therese, Louise and Ernest. Mem.
firm A. Iselin & Co.; pres. and dir. Helvetia Realty
Co., Cowanshannock Coal & Coke Co.; pres. and dir.
Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh R'y Co., Pittsburgh
Gas Coal Co.; treas. and trustee Manhattan Storage
& Warehouse Co.; treas. and dir. New Rochelle
Water Co.; trustee Bank for Savings in City of N.
Y., Central Trust Co., Union Trust Co.; dir. Adrian
Furnace Co., City and Suburban Homes Co., Franco-
Am. Financial Ass'n, Jefferson & Clearfield Coal &
Iron Co., Lackawanna Steel Oo., Mobile & Ohio R.R.
Co., Nat. Bank of Commerce, N. Y. Dock Co., North
British and Mercantile Ins. Co. of N. Y., Punxsu-
tawney Iron Co., Reynoldsville & Falls Creek R. R.,
Southern R'y Co.; U. S. dir. North British and Mer-
cantile Ins. Co. of London & Edinburgh, Chicago,
Indianapolis & Louisville R. R. Co. Clubs: Larch-
mont Yacht, Country Down Town, Riding. Catholic,
Turf and Field, Knickerbocker, Union, Century, Met-
ropolitan, N. Y. Yacht, Tuxedo. Residence: 711 Fifth
Av. Address: 36 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Banker, yachtsman; s. Adrian and Eleanora (O'Don-
nell) Iselin; grad. Columbia Univ., 1877; m. 1st, Miss
Garner (d. late William Garner); 2d, Hope, d. Col.
William Goddard, of Providence, R. I.; children: Nora,
Fannie, Adrian 2d, C. Oliver, Jr. Owner of racing
yacht Vigilant and managing owner of Columbia
and other cup defenders In recent races. Mem. bank-
ing firm A. Iselin & Co. Clubs: Union, Country,
Knickerbocker, Darchmont Yacht, N. Y. Yacht, N. Y.
Athletic, Tuxedo, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht,
Racquet and Tennis, Turf and Field, Automobile of
America. Residence: New Rochelle, N. Y. Address:
36 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Banker; s. Adrian and Eleanora (O'Donnell) Iselin;
m. Edith C. Jones. Mem. firm of A. Iselin & Co.;
v.-p. and dir. New Rochelle Water Co., New Rochelle
Homestead Co., N. Y. Dock Co.; trustee N. Y. Life
Ins. & Trust Co.; treas. and dir. Alleghany & Western
R'y Co.. Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh R'y Co.,
Clearfield & Mahoning R'y Co., Helvetia Realty Co.,
Jefferson & Clearfield Coal & Iron Co., Johnsonburg
& Bradford R.R. Co., Mahoning Valley R.R. Co.,
Manhattan Storage & Warehouse Co., Reynoldsville
& Falls Creek R.R. Clubs: Union, Sewanhaka-
Corinthian Yacht, Down Town, University, Knicker-
bocker, Metropolitan, Country, Larchmont Yacht, N.
Y. Yacht, Riding. Residence: 3 W. 52d St. Address:
86 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Banker; grad. Columbia Univ., 1898; m. Pauline
Whittier. Clu'bs: Knickerbocker, Union, Down Town
Ass'n, Turf and Field, Country, Riding, N. Y. Yacht.
Address: 20 E. 56th St., N. Y. City.


Banker; grad. Harvard Univ., 1896; m. Caroline L.
Goodridge. Clubs: Republican, University, Squadron
A, City. Address: 59 E. 79th St., N. Y. City.


Banker; grad. Columbia Univ., 1903; m. Marie de
Neufville. Clubs: Union, Knickerbocker, Down Town
Ass'n, N. Y. Yacht, St. Anthony. Address: 16 W. 52d
St., N. Y. City.


Dry goods commission merchant; b. N. Y. City, Jan.
11, 184S; s. Adrian and Eleanora (O'Donnell) Iselin;
grad. Columbia Coll., 1869; m. N. Y. City, April 5, 1877,
Alice Rogers Jones; children: Arthur, William O D.,
Oliver. Mem firm William Iselin & Co.; dir. Buffalo,
Rochester & Pittsburg R'y Co., New Rochelle Water
Co. Clubs: Union, Delta Phi, (Seawanhaka-Corinthian
Yacht, City Knickerbocker, Eastern Yacht, Larchmont
Yacht, N. Y. Yacht, Metropolitan, Riding, Country,
Catholic, Merchants, Automobile of America. Resi-
dence: 7-15 Fifth Av. Address: 66 Leonard St., N. Y.


'Artist; b. N. Y. City, May 12, 1855; s. William Brad-
ley and Julia (Burhans) Isham; ed. Phillips Andover
Acad.; grad. Yale Univ., 1875. After graduation trav-
eled and studied abroad for 3 years; returned to NY
City, studied law and was admitted to bar; in 1883
went to Paris and entered Atelier Julian; studied
painting under Boulanger and Lefebvre. Since 1887
has followed profession in N. Y. City. Mem. Soc. Am.
Artists; academician, Nat. Acad, of Design; mem. jury

Buffalo Pan-Am. Exp'n. Awarded silver medal
La. Purchase Exp'n, 1904. Author: History of
American Painting, 1905 (MaoMillan). Trustee Am.
Fine Arts Soc. Clubs: Century, Metropolitan, Uni-
versity, Players. Address: 471 Park Av., N. Y. City.


Chief eng'r, U. S. N., retired; b. N. Y. Appt'd from
N. Y., 1844; entered service as 1st ass't eng'r, stationed
at Navy Yard, Pensacola, 1844-1847; attached to ship
Gen. Taylor, Pensacola, 1896-1847; on sp'l duty, 1848-
1850; promoted chief eng'r, Oct. 31, 1848; sp'l duty,
Navy Dept. 1852-.1S53; steam frigate San Jacinto,
East India Squadron, 1854-1859; sp'l duty, 1859-1860;
appt'd eng'r-in-chief, 1861, which position retained
until 1869; also served throughout period of Civil
War; stationed at Navy Yard, Mare Island, Calif., 1870-
1871; sp'l duty 1874; now retired as chief eng'r, with
rank of rear-admiral. Address: 111 E. 36th St., N. Y.


Capitalist; b. Farmington, Conn., 1840; grad. Yale
Univ., 1861. Served in Civil War, honorably mustered
out, 1865, with rank of brevet brig.-gen. Formerly pres-
and v.-p. N. Y. Stock Exchange. IPres. and dir. Standard
Milling Co., Metropolitan Trust Co., Hecker-Jones-
Jewell Milling Co., Kanona & Prattsburgh R'y Co.,
Metcalf Land Co.; chm'n B'd of Dirs. Westinghouse
Electric and Mfg Co., Metropolitan Trust Co., U. S.
Guarantee Co. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion. Clubs:
Century Grolier Metropolitan. Turf and Field, N. Y.
Yacht, The Brook, Union League, University, Lawyers.
Address: 33 E. 39th St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. N. Y. City, 1S69; s. William and Cath-
erine Ivie; grad. St. Stephen's Coll., B.A., 1S92; Phil-
adelphia Div. Sch., 1S94; m. Garden City, L. I., Feb. 19.
1895, Enid Schuyler Kenyon. Ordered deacon 1S94,
ordained priest 1896, by Rt. Rev. A. N. Littlejohn, DjD.,
Bishop of Long Island. Formerly at St. Joseph's Ch.,
Queens, L. I. 1894-1897; rector Trinity Ch. (Episcopal),
Fishkill, N. 'Y., 1897-1907; pastor St. Bartholomew's
Ch., N. Y. City., 1907-1910; St. Andrew's Ch., N. Y. City,
since 1910. Address: 2067 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r, lawyer, mf'r; lb. N. Y. City, April 13,
1855; s. Augustus and Sarah (Mills) Ivins; grad.
Brooklyn Poly, and Collegiate Inst., B.S., 1S67; m. 1881,
Agnes T. Bryan; one d., Edith. Practised civil eng'ring.
1876-1878; in business, 1879-1894; practised law as
mem. Bar State of N. Y., 1894-1S95; paper maker since
1895. Gen. mg'r United Box Board and Paper Co.,
1902-1903 (dir. until Nov. 1906); pres. and gen. mg'r
Traders' Paper Board Co. since 1905. V.-p. Nat. Ass'n
Am. Paper Makers; engaged in real estate business
since 1907, and pres. A. H. Ivins Co. Republican;
strong believer of value of protective policy to Amer-
ican industries. Episcopalian. Chm'n Floor Com. of
Real Estate B'd of N. Y. Clubs: Union League, N. Y.
Athletic, Lawyers. Address: 125 W. 58th St., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. April 22, 1851; s. Augustus and Sarah
(Mills) Ivins; ed. Adelphi Acad., Brooklyn, and Colum-
bia Coll.; m. Emma L Yard; children: William M., Jr.;
Margaret James S. Y., Katherine. Admitted to bar,
1S73; mem. firm Ivins, Wolf & Hoguet. Mem. B'd of
Ed'n, N. Y. City, 1883-1885; chamberlain of iN. Y. City,
1885-18S9; counsel to Senate Com. on Cities, 1890-1S91;
judge advocate general, State of N. Y., 1S86-1888; Re-
publican candidate for Mayor of N. Y. City, 1905; spe-
cial counsel to Public Service Comm'n. First Dist.,
1907; chm'n N. Y. Charter Comm'n, 1907-1908. Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: Union League, Repub-
lican Manhattan. Lawyers, Down Town, N. Y. Yacht,
Citv,' Barnard (N. Y. City), St. Stephen's (London).
Residences: 145 W. 58th St., N. Y. City, and Narragan-
sett Pier, R. I. Address: 27 William St., N. Y. City.


Broker; b. Rutherford. N. J.. March 13, 1869; s. David
Brinckerhoff and Eveline M. (Crane) Ivison; ed. Cutler
Sch., (N. Y. City, 18SS; Yale, A.B.. 1S92; m. Cleveland,
O May 23 1894, Celia Mae Cady; one son, b. 1S95.
V.-p. and dir. Cady-Ivison Shoe Co., Cleveland, O;
dir. The G. & C. Merriam Co., Springfield, Mass. Re-
publican; Presby'n. Fellow in perpetuity of Met. Mu-
seum of Art. Recreations: Automobiling, tennis.
Clubs: University, Yale, Metropolitan. Rockaway
Hunting (Cedarhurst, L. I.), Graduates (New Haven).
Residence: W r oodmere, L. I. Address: 71 Broadway,
N. Y. City.




Painter, author, editor; b. Paris, 1857; ed. abroad.
Became citizen of U. S. in 188S; one of editors of Mc-
Clure's Magazine at its foundation; for several years

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