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art editor of Scribner's Magazine. Author: On the
Trail of Don Quixote. 1896 (Scribner's), co-editor with
John La Farge of Noteworthy Paintings in American
Private Collection. Clubs: Century, Grolier. Address:
489 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Cameron Mills, N. T., July
13, 1869; s. Allen T. and Lorannah D. (Lane) Jack; ed.
Univ. of Buffalo, M.D., 1895; m. Oberlin, Ohio, 1898, R.
Dell Close; children: Lucille, Vidian, Harvey, Winona.
Has made a specialty of treating asthma, and main-
tains that it is of blood origin and not nerve sipasm
or reflex, also that lung tissue (performs a glandular
function as well as respiratory, and that respiratory
diseases are of intestinal origin. Late health physician
Depew, N. Y. Republican, Freethinker. Mem. Buffalo
Acad, of Medicine, Erie Co. Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n.
Mason, Oddfellcvw. Recreation: Farming. Residence:
341 West Utica St., Buffalo, N. Y.


Prof. Indo-Iranian languages Columbia Univ.; orient-
alist; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 9, 1S62; s. David Sherwood
Jackson and Elizabeth Sandford (Williams) Jackson;
d. Dr. A. V. Williams, well-known physician >of N. Y.
City; ed. private and public schs. N. Y. Citv; grad. at
head of class in Columbia Coll., A.B., 1880; received
prtze fellowship in letters at Columbia, held it for
three years (1883-1886); instr. Anglo-Saxon and Ira-
nian language, Columbia. 18S6-18S7; student Univ. of
Halle, Germany, 1887-18S9. devoting sp'l attention to
Oriental languages as well as to Anglo-Saxon; m. 1st,
June 25. 18S9. Dora Elizabeth Ritter. of Yonkers (died
Nov. 15, 1909); 2d, Feb. 28, 1911, Kate Brigham. of
Savannah, Ga. Instr. 1889-1891; adjunct prof. English
language and literature, 1891-1895; appt'd, 1895. to fill
newly founded chair as prof. Indo-Iranian languages
at Columbia, which still holds. Also public lecturer
on subjects relating to Orient and English literature.
Traveled in East for purposes of study and research;
visited India and Ceylon. 1901, receiving sp'l attention
from community of Parsis. and made extensive jour-
neys through Persia and Central Asia, 1903, 1907, and
again in 1910, for archaeological investigations, the
results of which have since been published. Author:
A Hymn of Zoroaster. 1888 (Stuttgart); An Avesta
Reader, 1893; Zoroaster. The Prophet of Ancient Iran,
1898: Die Iranische Religion, 1900-1904 (Strassburg) ;
Persia, Past and Present. 1906; From Constantinople
to the Home of Omar Khayyam. 1911; A Catalogue
of the A. S. Cochran Collection of Persian Manuscripts
in Metropolitan Museum of Art, N. Y. (prepared in
collaboration with Albraham Yohannan) ; also various
Iranian and Sanskrit studies in learned journals at
home and abroad; also edited a History of India, 9
vols., 1905-1907, and Columbia Indo-Iranian Series. 8
vols., 1902-1913. Episcopalian. Mem. Columbia Univ.
Alumni Ass'n. Psi Upsilon fraternitv. Roval Asiatic
Soc. of Great Britain and Ireland. Am. Philos. Ass'n.
founded bv Benjamin Franklin. Mason. Trustee B'd
of Ed'n. Yonkers, 1898-1909; corr. sec. and dir. Am.
Oriental Soc. of which has been an active mem. since
graduation from coll. Club: Century Ass'n. Address:
668 Riverside Drive, N. Y. City.


Banker, broker; b. Boston. Mass., Sept. 22, 1S43; s.
Charles and Susan (Cabot) Jackson; ed. private schs.
of Boston; grad. Harvard Un'v., A.B.. 1863: m. Boston.
June, 1S76. Frances E. Appleton; children: Charles,
Robert A., Susan, George S. Mem. banking firm Jack-
son & Curtis; v. -p. and trustee Provident Inst'n for
Savings; mem. Boston Stock Exchange (pres., 2 years).
Independent: Unitarian. Sec. Boston Oharter Ass'n:
treas. Girls' Trade Ed'n League, N. E. Bov Scouts of
America; formerly mem. Corp'n of Miass. Inst, of Tech-
nology. Clubs: University (N. Y.). Country, Somerset
(Boston). Residence: 402 Beacon St., Boston. Address:
19 Congress St., Boston, and 43 Exchange PI., N. Y.


Banker; b. Midrlletown. Conn.. Jan, 25, 1849; s. Hon.
Ebenezer and Hannah Saltonstall (Hulbbard) Jackson;
ed. private sch. Middletown: private tutors, St. Paul's
Seh.. Concord, N. H. : m. Stamford. Conn.. June 12. 1873.
Evelyn Quintard; children: Edward Quintard. P.obert
Feniwick. John Gillespie, Evelyn Quintard, Mary Ma-
tilda. William Leigh Pierce. Winthrop Alsop. Engaged
in mf'g, banking, investments and bonds: executor and
trustee of many estates. Traveled in Europe and U.

S. Pres. The Jackson Co.; v.-p. Middlesex Banking
Co.; corporator Farmers & Mechanics Savings Bank.
Republican; Episcopalian. Mem. Mass. Soc. of Cin-
cinnati (mem. standing com.), Conn. Hist. Soc, Mid-
dlesex County Hist. Soc. Trustee St. Luke's Home,
Indian Hill Cemetery Ass'n, Middletown, Old Burying
Ground Ass'n. B'd of Trustees Berkeley Divinity Sch.'
Recreation: Golf. Clubs: St. Nicholas (N. Y.), Army
and Navy (Washington. D. C). Residence: 392 Wash-
ington St. Address: 163 Court St., Middletown, Conn.


Sanitary eng'r and chemist; b. Gloucester, Mass..
Aug. 1, 1870; s. Daniel and Lucy Agnes (Langsford)
Jackson; grad. Gloucester High Sch., Allen's English
and Classical School, W. Newton, Mass.; Mass. Inst.
Technology. B.S., 1893; M.S., N. Y. Univ., 1908: m.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1902, Ella Howard Phillips;
children: Daniel Dana. Jr., b. Feb. 21. 1905: Elizabeth
Purdy, :b. Dec 21. 1907. Was successively chemist
Boston Water Works, biologist Mass. State B'd Health,
bacteriologist Worcester. Mass., lecturer Mass. Inst.
Technologv, chief chemist Brooklyn Water Supply,
dir. Laboratories Deip't Water Supply. Gas and Elec-
tricity, N. Y. City; now prof, sanitary eng'ring Colum-
bia Un'iv. On general practice as sanitary eng'r and
chemist and expert ion water supply and sewage dis-
posal. Mem. Soc of the Cincinnati of Mass.; mem.
advisorv com. N. Y. Health Dep't and special com.
on Public Health. Mem. Merchants' Ass'n Com. on
Pollution of the Waters of New York. Author of
numerous papers on sanitary eng'ring. chemistry and
bacteriology. Democrat. Mem. Washington Club.
Brooklvn. Mem. ib'd dirs. Municipal Engineers of N Y.
City; fellow A.A.A.S.; mem. Am. Public Health Ass'n,
Am. Micros Soc, Am. Chem. Soc, Soc Chem. Industry.
Soc Am Bacteriologists. Chemists Club, Prospect
Heights Citizens' Ass'n. Club: Montauk. Residence:
930 President St.. Brooklyn. Address: Eng'ring Build-
ing, Columbia Univ., N. Y. City.


Phvsician: b. in England; s. Jesse Egerton and
Nancy N. (Lea) Jackson; ed. Trin'itv Univ., Toronto,
Can.;'grad. M.D., CM., 1888: at Royal Infirmary, Edin-
burgh, Scotland, and at leading hospitals in London,
England; m. Brooklyn. N. Y.. July 1, 1908. Mary
Elizabeth Sedgwick. Engaged in gen. practice of
medicine: now also gynecologist. N. Y. Hosp . Outdoor
Dep't. Merri. N. Y. County Med. Soc. N. Y. State Med.
Soc ; mem. Masonic fraternity. Address: 817 West
End Av., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer: b. N. Y. City, June 19, 1S58; s. Peter
H. and Mary (Cooke) Jackson: grad. N. Y. Public Sch.
No. 14; two years at Toll City of N. Y. With firm
Poulson & Eger and iits successor (incorporated as
Hecla Iron Works, 1897) since Jan. 2, 1888; now 1st
v.-p. and gen. mg'r Hecla Iron Works. Pres. Village
of Plandome, Longi Island. N. Y. Democrat; Episco-
palian. Mem. Gen. Soc, Mechanics and Tradesmen,
Bld'g Trades Employers' Ass'n, Sons of Revolution.
N. Y. Hist. Soc: mem. exec. com. and treas. The Iron
League. Club: Plandome Yacht. Address: Hecla Iron
Works, 118 N. 11th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Importer and exporter; b. Pa.. June 6. 1874: s. Enos
Sturgis and Clara (Bailey) Jackson; ed. Mt. Pleasant
Inst., Pa., Bucknell Univ., Pa, Univ. of Chicago, M.A.;
m. West Newton, Pa., Aug. 15, 1898. Margaret Z.
Markle, d. of Capt. C. C. Markle; children: Marian
Markle, b. Aug., 1S99; Margaret Wade, b. Oct., 1905.
Headmaster Greek language and literature. Mt. Pleas-
ant Inst., 1895-1901. Appt'd by Pres. iMcKinley Am.
Consul to Greece, 1901. and served until 1903. Gen.
mg'r Greek Currant Co.. 1903; gen. agent Hellenic
Translantic Steamboat Co.. 1909. Pres. Abbotsford
Realty Co.: gen. mg'r Greek Currant Co.; gen. agent
Greek Line. Traveled extensively through Europe
and Asia Minor. Mem. Archseol. Soc of Athens
(Greece). Mem. Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. Masonic
fraternity, Circolo Nationale Ttallano, Produce Ex-
change. Clubs: Traffic (N. Y ). Phi Gamma Delta.
Residence: 326 W. S3d St. Address: 130 Fulton St., N.
Y. City.


Consul; b. Natick, Mass., Feb. 28, 1863; s. James
Henry and Mary Avilda (Roberts) Jackson; ed. N'atick
High Sch., Madison (now Colgate) Univ., Yale Univ.,
B.D., M.A.. M.D.; m. N. Y. City, April 24, 1888, Grace
Lillie; children: Donald Fanchcr, b. 1890; Helen Doro-
thea, b. 1893; Grace Marjorie, lb. 1896; George Aunis.
b. 1900; Mary Denise, b. 1903. Med. missionary to
Congo; ass't instr. Yale Med. Sch.; practising physician
New Haven, Conn.; Am. Consul, Cognac, France, 1897;



Am. Consul, LaROchelle, France 1898, reappointed at
Cognac, 1908. Recreations: Tennis, golf. Address:
Am. Consulate, Cognac, France.


Physician; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 19, 1852; s. George T.
and Leti'tia J. A. (Macauley) Jackson; ed. private and
public sens, of N. Y. City and through the freshman
class of Coll. of City of N. T.; grad. Coll. of Phys.
and Surg. (Columbia), M.D., 1878; mem. staff Charity
Hosp., 1871-1878; post-grad, work in Berlin, Vienna
and Strassburg, 1878-1880; m. Montelair, N. J., Oct. 30,
1878, Caroline G. Weidemeyer; three children. En-
gaged in practice of medicine in N. T. City since 1880;
is also a specialist in dermatology. Author: Diseases
of Hair and Scalp, 1887; 2d edition, 1894, new edition.
1912; Ready Reference Handbook of Skin Diseases,
1892, 7th edition. 1913; also many papers in med. jour-
nals. Mem. N. T. State Med. Soc, N. T. County Med.
Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. Acad, of Medicine, Am.
Dermatol. Ass'n, N. Y. Dermatol. Soc, Alumni Ass'n,
City Hosp. and PreSby'n Hosp. Consulting der-*
matologist to N. Y, Infirmary for Women and Children.
Date prof, of dermatology in med. dep't Columbia
Univ. (College of Phys. and Surgs.). Mem. Century
Ass'n, Met. Museum Art, N. Y. Hist. Soc, Am. Museum
of Natural History. Residence: 692 West End Av.
Address: 11 E. 48th St., N. Y. City.


Physiological chemist and educator; b. N. Y. City,
Feib. 18, 1875; s. William Holmes and Jane E. (Free-
man) Jackson; ed. N. Y. public schs. and Coll. City oH
N. Y. to 1890; tutored, 1892-1893; Sheffield Scientific
Sch. Yale Coll., Ph.B., 1896; Ph.D., 1899; m. Newark,
N. J., Dec. 18, 1901, Mary Albbie Read; children;
Kathleen Condict, Audrey Read, Enid Freeman.
Studied in Berne, Switzerland, and Strassburg. Ger-
many, 1900-1901; instr. Sheffield Scientific Sch. (Yale),
1896-1900; ass't prof, in Univ. and Bellevue Hosp. Med.
Coll., 1901-1905; adjunct prof, physiol. chemistry and
dir Laboratory of Experimental Physiology in the Al-
bany Med. Coll., 1905-1909. Consultant physiol. chem-"
ist to State B'd of Health, Albany. N. Y., 1907-190U.
Returned to N. Y. Univ. and Bellevue Hosp. Med.
Coll. as prof, of physiology, 1909; author of many pub-
lications in scientific and med. journals and Manual of
Physiological Chemistry. Presby'n. Mem. Am. Physiol.
.Soc; sec. Soc. Experimental Biology and Medicine
(charter mem.) Harvey Soc. of N. Y., Soc. Am.
Naturalists; Fellow A.A.A.S., Am. Ass'n Pathologists
and Bacteriologists, Am. Sec. Biol. Chemists, Am. Ass'n
of Official Agricultural Chemists. Theta Delta Chi and
Sigma Xi fraternities. Club: Yale. Address: 338 E.
26th St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Peters'boro, N. Y., June 11, 1841; s.
Tames Caleb and Lucretia Edgerton (Brewster) Jack-
son; received seminary ed'n. Dansville, N. Y., and grad.
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., N. Y. City, 1876; m. Dans-
ville, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1864, Kate Johnson, of Sturbridge,
Mass. Mg'r Jackson Health Resort, 1861-1895; chief
of med. staff since 1876, and pres. Jackson Sanatorium
Co. Succeeded father, James Caleb Jackson (founder,
1858, of famous Jackson Health Resort), as med. dir.
and for 52 years has been identified with its develop-
ment and great success. Was first to use the word
Sanatorium in the country, and has seen the inception
and complete growth of great Health Resort move-
ment as related to institutional life and the practice
of healing art. Editor of Laws of Life and Journal of
Health. Mayor of Dansville (first Republican to holer
that office). Mem. Christian Union, Livingston Co.
Med. Sec; N. Y. State Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n, Royal
Arch Mason; mem. Soc. Mayflower Descendants, Soc.
of Colonial Wars. Address: Dansville, Livingston Co.,
N. Y.


Diplomatist; b. Newark, N. J., Aug. 19, 1862; s. late
F. Wolcott and late Nannie (Nye) Jackson; ed.
Newark (N. J.) Acad.; grad. U. S. Naval Acad., 1883;
hon. A.M., Princeton Univ., 1896; m. Philadelphia,
April 26, 1886, Florence A. Baird. Naval officer. 1879-
1886, two years served in European Squadron, Torpedo
Sta. U. S. Naval Ordnance Proving Grounds, Annapolis,
resigned from Navy, 1886; studied law and admitted to
bar in N. Y., 1889; appt'd 2d sea of Legation at Ber-
lin, 1890, 1st sec of Embassy at Berlin, 1894, minister
from 1902 until 1913, serving in Greece, Roumania,
.Servia, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Persia, Cuba and again
in Roumania, Servia and Bulgaria. Recreations: Golf,
swimming. Clubs: Army and Navy, University (N.
Y.), Rittenhouse (Philadelphia), Metropolitan (Wash-
ington). Address: Care of U. S. Gov't Despatch Agency,
4 Trafalgar Sq., London, Eng.


Artist; b. Nashville, Tenn., 1874; s. T. M and Nannie
(Carlton) Jackson; ed. Nat. Acad. Design and Art
Students' League; won first Hallgarten prize for com-
position in Acad, of Design Sch. Competition, 1899. For
several years staff artist on newspapers, including
Nashville American, N. Y. Sun, Mail and Express,
and Journal. Now engaged principally in magazine
and book illustrating. Known chiefly as illustrator
and painter of people and streets of N. Y. City. Pic-
tures appear frequently in the leading magazines.
Regular exhibitor at the N. Y. Water Color Club. Also
has exhibited at Soc. of Am. Artists, Phila., Acad. Fine
Arts, etc. Address: 207 E. 17th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Middletown, Conn., Feb. 12, 1880; s.
Charles E. and Evelyn (Quintard) Jackson; grad. Co-
lumbia Univ., A.B., 1901, LL.B., 1903; m. Poughkeepsie,
1908, Grace Jewett Bunce. Engaged In gen. practice
of law since 1903. Mem. firm Taylor, Jackson &
Brophv, since 1911. Enlisted Dec. 23, 1903, in Co. K,
7th Reg't, N. G. N. Y., honorably discharged, 1908. Re-
publican; Episcopalian. Mem. Civil Service Reform
Ass'n, N. Y. Countv Lawyers Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of
N. Y. Clubs: Union, St. Anthony, Columbia Univ.,
Englewood Country, Delta Psi. Address: 71 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Sturbridge, Mass., 1841; d. Emerson
and Hannah (Arnold) Johnson; ed. Hartford (Conn.)
High Sch.; grad. Woman's Med. Coll. of N. Y. In-
firmary, 1877; m. 1864, Dr. James H. Jackson; one son.
James Arthur. One of mn'g physicians Jackson
Health Resort, Dansville, N. Y. Address: Dansville,
Livingston Co., N. Y.


Educator; b. Binghamton, N. Y., April 14, 1870; ed.
in Binghamton, N. Y., and Janesville (Wis.) High Sch.;
State Normal Sch., Cortland, N. Y.; grad. classical
course, 1891, Univ. of Mich., A.B., 1897, A.M., 1899;
Mich. Normal Coll.. B.Pd., 1899; Teachers Coll., Colum-
bia, Ph.D., 1906; m. Dudington, Mich., Dec. 28, 1897,
Grace Ford. Ass't prof, mathematics State Normal
Coll of Mich., 1891-1900; prof, mathematics, State Nor-
mal Brockport School, N. Y., 1900-1906; head of D.
Appleton Co.'s Edn'l Dep't from 1906. Author: Edn'l
Significance of Sixteenth Century Arithmetic (Teach-
ers' Coll. Contributions); also in collaboration with
Prof. J. W. A. Young of a series of Arithmetics for
Grades (Appleton). Contb'r articles on mathematical
topics to New Internat. Encyclopedia. Republican.
Mem. Am. Math. Soc Address: 295 Riverside Drive,
N. Y. City.


Railroad comm'r; b. Liverpool, Eng., Mar. 23, 1856;
ed. Liverpool, and two years' course in Germany.
Served a five-year apprenticeship in freight business,
Liverpool, Eng., came to America and secured po-
sition in packing house, Chicago; subsequently did
sp'l work for several railroads, including Chicago,
Burlington & Quincy, in employ of which remained
until 1890; industrial comm'r Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul R'y, 1891-1903, Industrial Comm'r, Erie R. R-,
since 1903; originated and organized first Am. Rail-
road industrial development dep't, 1891; contb'r to
magazines and publications on transportation and
politico-economic su'bjects. Traveled extensively in
Europe, Asia, Australia. Clubs: Engineers. Railroad,
Union League (Chicago). Address: 50 Church St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Rockaway, N. J., Nov. 16, 1S30; s. Will-
iam and Susan D. (Halsey) Jackson; ed. public and
private schs.; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1861, Cornelia Burr.
Admitted to bar, 1852; retired from active practice,
1S90; registrar of arrears in Brooklyn, 1SS2-18S6; city
comptroller of Brooklyn, 1890-1892; dir. First Nat.
Bank of Brooklyn; trustee L. I. Loan & Trust Co.,
Williamsburgh Trust Co.; dir. Title Ins. Co. of N. Y.,
Empire State Surety Co., N. Y. and East Ferry Co.
(pres.), Union Ferrv Co., Brooklyn Ferry Co. Mem.
N. Y. Hist. Soc, L. t. Hist Soc; Ass'n Bar City of N.
Y Bar Ass'n of Brooklyn, Met. Museum of Art. N. Y.
Zool. Soc, N. Y. Botanical Gardens, S. A. R., Founder's
Patriots of Am., Municipal Art Soc. Clubs: Racquet,
Riding. Nat. Arts (N. Y.), Brooklyn, Hamilton, Han-
over (Brooklyn). Address: 10 W. 43d St., N. Y. City.


Lawver; b. Marlon, Ala., Mar. 26, 1864; s. Howell E.
(U S. Senator from Tenn., and Justice U. S. Supreme
Court) and Sophie (iMelloy) Jackson; grad. Harvard,



A.B., 1SS5, Columbia Law Coll., Washington D. C,
LL.B., 1S86, m. Cincinnati, Ohio, June 5, 1895, Caroline
Dickson; one d. : Frances Helen, b. 1904. Practising
law since 18S6; for several years was ass't gen. solici-
tor Chesapeake & Ohio R'y; judge Superior Court ot
Cincinnati, Ohio, 1897-1902; now v. -p., gen. counsel
ana dir. of Standard Motor Construction Co. of N. J.
Democrat; was Dem. nominee for Congress from 13th
Cong. Dist., N. T. City, 1906; was ass't corporation
counsel, N. Y. City. Mem. Ohio Soc, Southern Soc.
Recreations: Golf, swimming. Clu'bs: Manhattan, Na-
tional, Democratic, Harvard, Garden City, Golf
(Garden City, L. I.). Address: 4S W. 59th St., N. Y.


Ex-attorney-gen., State of X. Y.; b. Buffalo, N. Y -.
1869; s. David G. Jackson; ed. pulblic schools of Buf-
falo, Cornell Univ., A.B., Buffalo Law Sch., LL.B., 1893;
married; two children. Admitted to bar, 1893, and en-
gaged in practice at Buffalo; at outbreak of Spanish-
Am. War was comm'd 2d lieut. in 65th Reg't, N. Y-
Vol. Inf., and served until mustered out at close of
war; then joined 65th Reg't, N. G. N. Y., and is bat-
talion q.-m. on staff of Gen. Welch; ass't corp'n coun-
sel of Buffalo, 1899-1902; second ass't dist. att'y Erie
County, 1902-1905; first ass't dist. att'y, 1905-1906; at-
tracted Statewide attention by vigorous prosecution
of the "graveyard scandal" and other important crimi-
nal cases; elected att'y-gen. of N. Y., Nov., 1906, term
expired Jan. 1, 1909. Democrat. Address: Buffalo,
N. Y.


[Physician; b. Hartum, Westphalia, Germany, May
6, 1830; ed. in Gymnasium of Minden, Univs. of Greifs-
wald, Gbttingen and Bonn; M.D., Bonn, 1851; DL.iD.,
Univ. of -Mich. 189S, Columbia 1900, Yale 1905, Har-
vard 1906, Jefferson 1913; m. 1873, Dr. Mary C. Put-
nam (died June 10, 1906). Prof, diseases of children,
N. Y. Med. Coll., 1860-1S65; Med. Dep't N. Y. Univ.,
1S65-1870; Coll. Phys. and Surg. (Columbia), 1S70-
1903; prof, emeritus since 1902. Consulting physi-
cian to German Dispensary and Hosp., Women's In-
firmary, Bellevue, Babies' Orthopaedic and other
hosps. Ex-pres. N. Y. Obstet. Soc, N. Y. Pathol. Soc,
Med. Soc. County of N. Y., Med. Soc. State of N. Y.,
N. Y. Acad, of Medicine, Ass'n Am. Physicians, Am.
Pediatric Soc, Am. Climatol. Ass'n; hon. fellow of
med. socs. of Wurzburg Berlin, Paris, Rome, Buda-
pest, St. Petersburg, Kiew, Vienna; Pediatric Socs.
of Germany and Spain; Med. Socs. of Philadelphia,
Boston, Louisville, Brooklyn, etc. Author: Dentition
and Its Derangements, 1862; Treatise on Diphtheria,
1880; Therapeutics of Infancy and Chlidhood, 1896,
1900, 1903. Mugwump in politics; twice mem. Com.
of Seventy. Clubs: Century, City. Address: 19 E.
47th St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. S. Scituate, Mass., June 2, 1858; s.
Barton Richmond and Frances Almira (Ford) Jacobs;
ed. Hingham High Sch., Hingham, Mass.; Phillips
Acad., Exeter, N. H.; Harvard Coll., A.B., 1883; Har-
vard Med. Sch., M.D., 1887; m. Baltimore, Md.. April
2, 1902, Mary Frick Garrett. Asso. in Medicine. Johns
Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, 1896-1904; dir. Colonial
Trust Co., (Baltimore; Academy of Music, Baltimore;
South Baltimore Harbor Improvement Co. Inde-
pendent; Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n and
other medical bodies. Pres. Hosp. for Consumptives
of ^Maryland, Ass'n for Prevention of Tuberculosis;
trustee of Johns Hopkins H03p., Peabody Inst., Balti-
more. Clubs: Union, Grolier, Harvard (N. Y. City),
Reading Room, Casino, Golf (Newport, R. I.), Mary-
land, Baltimore, University (Baltimore). Residences
(winter): 11 Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, Md.;
(spring) Uplands, Carroll P. O., Md.; (summer) White-
holme. Newport, R. I. Address: 11 Mt. Vernon Place,
Baltimore, Md.


Author; b. Sidney, ,N. S. W., Australia, Aug. 29, 1854;
ed. Sydney Grammar Sch. and St. John's Coll., Cam-
bridge, England (senior Moralist, 1876); honorary
Litt.D., Univ. of Pa., 1906. 'Engaged in journalism
and literary work in England until 1900; visited
Spain, 1888; U. S., on lecturing tour, 1896; since 1900
in N. Y. City; prof. English literature and rhetoric
at Jewish Theol. Seminary of America. One of editors
Jewish Encyclopaedia (Funk & Wagnalls) since 1900.
In England was editor Jewish Year-iBook, 1896-1 S99;
Literary Year-Book, 1898-1899; was some time editor
of Folk Lore, and became distinguished as authority
on the migration of fables and as a collector of Fairy
Tales, English Fairy Tales, 1891; Celtic Fairy Tales,
More English Fairy Tales, 1893; More Celtic Fairy
Tales, 1894; ^Esop's Fables, 1894; Reynard the Fox,

iv.i.Y Edited North's Fables ot Biupai, 1SS7;, Cacton's
-Esop, 1SS9; Day's Daphnis and CJjloe, 1,890; Painter's
Palace of Pleasure, 1891; Howell's Familiar Letters,
1892. Author: Studies in Jewish Statistics, 1890; Ten-
nyson and In Memoriam, 1892; Jews .of Angevin, Eng-
land, 1893; Studies in Biblical Archaeology, 1894; Sta-
tistics of Jewish Population in London, 1S94; Literary
Studies, 1895; As Others Saw Him (Jewish Life of
Christ), 1895; Sources of the History of the Jews in
Spain, 1895; Jewish Ideals, 1896; Wonder Voyages,
1806; Story of Geographical Discovery, 1898. Former
sec. Russo-Jewish Com.; pres. Jewish Hist. Soc, and
eontb'r to Athenaeum, London. Address: Yonkers,
N. Y.


Theatrical mg'r; b. Syracuse, N. Y., July 26, 1862;
ed. at Syracuse. Sec, treas., gen. mg'r and dir. Samuel
S. & Lee Shubert (incorporated); sec, treas. and dir.
The S. S. Shubert Amusement Co.; sec, treas. and dir.
Baker Theatre Co., Casino Theatre Co., De Wolf
Hopper Co., Garrick Theatre Co. (Chicago), Grand
Opera House Co., Hyperion Theatre Co., Lyric Theatre
Co., Majestic Theatre Co., Shubert Realty Co. Dem-
ocrat. Address: Lyric Theatre, 1416 Broadway, N. Y.


Physician; b. N. Y. City, Sept. 1, 1870; s. Rev. Moritz
and Frederieke (Appel) Jacobsohn; ed. Grammar Sch.
No. 74, N. Y. City, 1885; Coll. City of N. Y., B.S., 1890;
N. Y. Univ., M.D., 1893. House physician and surgeon
Randall's Island Hosps. and Infants' Hosp., N. Y.
City, 1893-1894; attending physician children's dep't,
Demilt Dispensary, 1894-1895; med. and sanitary insp.
for Health Dep't, N. Y. City, 1895-1897; physician and
surgeon N. Y. Polyclinic Sch. and Hosp. and Mt.
Sinai Hosp., 1896-1904; consulting physician German

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