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E. P. Dutton & Co. since 1913. Author: Rhvmes of
Little Boys, 1905; Pleasant Tragedies of Childhood,
1905; Beastly Rhymes, 1906; Rhymes of Home, 1910;
Bashful Ballads, 1911; Childhood, 1912, etc.; lecturer



and contb'r of verse and prose to magazines. Pro-
gressive. Mem. Am. Ass'n of N. Y., Delta Kappa
Epsilon Ass'n. Club: Players. Address: Port Wash-
ington, L. I., N. i.


Sec. of the Cornelllan Council of Cornell Univ.,
consulting eng'r; 'b. New Orleans, La., June 23, 1879;
s. Lewis and Rosenia (Smith) Johnson; grad. Tulane
Univ., New Orleans, B.E., 1S98; Cornell Univ., M.E.,
1899; m. Josephine Alice McClellan; one son: Eads
J. Jr., b. Aug. 28, 1911. Episcopalian. Mem. Delta
Tau Delta, Theta Nu Epsilon and Quill and Dagger
fraternities of Cornell, Tulane Alumni Ass'n. Clubs:
Cornell Univ., Engineers, Montclair Golf, Montclair
Athletic. Residence: 7 Westover Road, Montclair, N.
J. Address: 30 Church St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Lowville, N. Y., Mar. 2S, 1S70; s. H.
D. and Bessie E. (Webb) Johnson; ed. Gainesville (Ga.)
Coll.; Colegate Univ. Sem., Hamilton, N. Y., 1902, Cro-
zier Theol. Sem., Chester, Pa., 1903; m. Leonardsville,
N. Y., June 10, 1903, Louise R. Dye; one son: Frank
Roger, b. 1904. Ordained in ministry of Bapt. Ch. at
Otego, N. Y., June 9, 1903; has had pastorates at
Great Bend, N. Y., West Edmeston, N. Y., Otego, N.
Y., and Gilbertsville, N. Y. Has charge of Ch. at
Port Dickinson, N. Y. Independent. Address: 8 Brom-
ley At., Binghamton, N. Y.


Merchant; to. Norwich, Conn., Sept. 20, 1863; s.
Isaac and Frances A. (Coit) Johnson; attended Nor-
wich Acad.; m. Bay Ridge, L. I., Oct. 18, 188S, Flor-
ence M. Dickinson; children: Stuart Holmes, b. July
15, 1892; Florence Chester, to. Feb. 21, 1S94; (Donald
Coit, to. July 5, 1896. Pres. J. H. Lane & Co., Hamp-
ton Co., v.-p. E. W. Bliss Bld'g; dir. West Boylston
Mfg Co., Holywell Co., Unity Cotton Mills, E. W.
Bliss Co., Milstead Mfg Co., Elm City Cotton Mills,
Aspinook Co., Manchester Cotton Mills. Mem. Cham-
ber of Commerce. Clubs: Union League, N. Y. Yacht,
Merchants, Piping Rook, Nassau Country. Aldine, Au-
tomobile of America. Residence: Mill Neck, L. I., and
S8 Central Park W. Address: 334 4th Av., N. Y. City.

Lawyer; to. Bradford, Vt., March 12, 1863; s. Thomas
and Harriet E. (Avery) Johnson; ed. Bradford Acad.,
class 1882; Dartmouth Coll., class of 1886, A.B.; m.
N. Y. City, April 19, 1893, Evelyn Webber; one d.
Evelyn, b. April 29, 1894. Att'y and counsel for Lia-
bility Ins. Cos. and others. Travelled in U. S. and
England and the continent. Clubs: Manhattan And-
iron, Dartmouth. Mem. Bar Ass'n. Residence: 171 W.
71st St. Address: 1 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Treas. and dir. Isaac G. Johnson & Co.; to. Spuyten
Duyvil, 1858; s. Isaac G. and Jane E. Johnson; ed.
Columbia Coll., Sch of Mines; to. N. Y., 1884, May L.
Shurlock. Dir. Merchants Exchange Nat. Bank, Pre-
ferred Accident Ins. Co. Address Spuyten Duyvil,
N. Y.


Author, editor; b. Hamilton, N. Y., Jan. 4. 1844;
d. Asahel C. and Anne (Hopkins) Kendrick; ed. at
The Oread, Worcester, Mass.; m. 1869, Rossiter John-
son. Editor American Woman's Journal, 1893-1894.
Sole founder, 1886 The Meridian, a woman's club
that meets at midday. Editor: The Nutshell Series;
Poems and Songs for Young People; Our Familiar
Songs; Tears for the Little Ones. Author: The Roddy
Books; Raleigh Westgate; Woman and the Republic.
Mem. Ass'n Opposed to the Extension of Suffrage to
Women; founder, 1908, and pres. of The Guidon, an.
anti-suffrage org'n for men and women. Address 3
W. 87th St., N. Y. City.


Consul; b. Washington, X). C., May 9, 1853; s.
Henry Dearbon and Mary (Abert) Johnson; ed. pri-
vate schs. Washington, D. C, U. S. Naval Acad., An-
napolis (diploma); m. Venice, Italy, Jovana Levis;
children: Henry, Charles, Mary, Howard, Richard,
Robert, William, Amy, Helen. Resigned from naval
service 1881; appt'd consul at Venice, Italy, 1886;
Valencia, Spain, May 1, 1903; Liege, Belgium, March
30, 1907, and Ghent since Aug. 19, 1911. Served 9
years in Navy. Roman Catholic. Address: U. S. Con-
sulate, Ghent, Belgium.


Lawyer; b. Woodstock, Vt. July 14, 1862: s. Henry
Calvin and Mary (Cushing) Johnson; grad. Dartmouth
Coll., A.B., 1S83; Albany Daw Sch., LL.B., 1887; m.
Highland Park, 111., 1903, Augusta Eckhardt Walker.
Engaged in practise of law in N. Y. City, as mem.

firm of Niles & Johnson. Also dir. in sundry business
corp'ns. Republican; Congregationalist. Trustee
Hahnemann Hosp. Mem. Dartmouth Alumni Ass'n.
Recreations: Riding, motoring. Clubs: Union League,
Riding, -Dartmouth. Summer home at Woodstock Vt.
Residence: 839 West End Av. Address: 11 Wall St.,
N. Y. City.


Broker; b. St. Louis, Mo., 1877; s. J. Brooks and Ellen
M. (Myrick) Johnson; grad. Harvard Univ., AjB., 1900.
Ex-mem. Co. D, Seventh Regiment. N.G.N.Y. Mem.
Mo. Soc. Clubs: Harvard (N. Y.), Harvard (Boston),
Crescent Athletic, Englewood Field. Residence: 27
W. 44th St. Address: 60 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Boston, Mass., June 3, 1836; s. Lorenzo
D. and Mary (Burges) Johnson; ed. in private schools
and academies. Admitted to Bar of Dist. of Columbia,
1867; to N. Y. Bar and Bar of Supreme Court of U. S.,
1870; in consular and diplomatic service of U. S. as
consul, 1858-1867, and consul-gen., 1867-1870, at Beirut,
Syria; served as sp'l comm'r to investigate and adjust
difficulties between U. S. consuls at Cyprus and Jeru-
salem and the Turkish authorities and Am. residents;
received thanks of Pres. Lincoln, through Dep't of
State, 1862, for procuring arrest, condemnation and
execution in Cilicia of Turkish assassin of Rev. Mr.
Coffing, an Am, missionary; became interested while in
Syria in archseol. research, and with Rev. Samuel
Jessup discovered at Hamath, in Northern Syria, the
stones with the now famous Hittite inscriptions of
which wrote the first account, in 1870. Resigned from
consular service. 1870, and entered upon law practise
in N. \ City, becoming counsel for many railroad,
financial and other corp'ns. During Good Government
Movement in N. Y. City, was mem. Com. of Seventy,
arid pres Confederated Council of (21) Good Gov't
Clubs. V.-p. and mg'r Seamen's Ch. Inst, of N. Y
, 1 . r -., L g aI . Aid s c (chm'n Seamen's Branch). V -p
Civil Service Reform Ass'n of N. J.; mem. N. E. Soc,
Soc. Colonial Wars, S. A. R. and other societies. Club-
Union League. Address: Scotland Road, S. Orange, N. J.


w ^. w y er : b- Washington. D. C, v Feb. 12, 1858; s.
J^ in ' am Clarkson and Mary Louisa VAdams) Johnson;
ed Nevvburyport (Mass.) High Sch./VYale, A.B., 1878;
ff un ? b > la ,Jl, a . w ~ Sch -' LL-IB.. 1880; m.\Yonkers, N. Y.,
h? ' 4- 1 ,? 84 ' Caroline Curtiss (Vasiar, 1883); chil-
hisw^v'?" 1 ,',,?' ^ S4 (T , ale ' 1907)? John Q. A.. Jr.,
b 1887 (Yale, 1908); Alexander B., b. 1891 (Yale, 1911) ;

?s<f- Vv e , C - ln 2 ^\ b \. 1893 (Vassar, 1912); Clark A., b,
ISSto (Yale, 1916); Abigail Adams, b. 1902; Mary Louise
Adams, b. 1903; Martha, b. 1905. Engaged in practise
SLj^- '," ' J- Ci A? , from graduation; partner with
Frederick Potter (Yale, 1878) in Arm of Potter &
Johnson, from 1888 until Mr. Potter withdrew from
active practise, 1894; since then, practising alone.
Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of
ii ' F S U Upsilon, Sons of Revolution ON. Y.), Soc.
?; ,2 nli y ,_ Wars ' Order of Runnemede. Recreations:
Crolf, fishing, hunting. Clubs: St. Andrew's Golf
(Chauncey, N. Y.), Palisade Boat (Yonkers). Resi-
dence: 87 High St., Yonkers, N. Y. Address: 38 Park
Row, N. Y. City.


rv> Ex ,~ R ? e comm'r; b. Griffin. Ga.; s. Jos. H. and Sarah
(Beeks) Johnson; grad. St. Mary's Coll., Belmont,
N.C.; A. M., Univ. of Ala., Nat. Normal Univ., Lebanon,

Vi- ,L m ' ^\ Y - Cit y' A P ril 30 - 1 90 3 . Harriet Ward
Malstoy; children: Sarah, b. 1904; Harriet, b. 1906;
Josephine, b. 1913. City editor, Atlanta (Ga.) Journal,
1896; on staff of N. Y. American, 1897-1901; N Y.
World, 1903. "War correspondent N. Y. American dur-
ing Spanish-Am. War; served with Comptroller H. A.
&% ? Y - Cit y- 1906-1910; deputy fire comm'r, 1910-
1912; fire comm'r, 1912-1914. Democrat. Mem N Y
Southern Soc, Georgia Soc. of N. Y. Recreations-'
Swimming, golfing, bicycling. Clubs: N. Y. Press
Oakland Golf, Armv and Navy, Union. Residence'
553 W. 147th St. Addreas: 157 E. 67th St., N. Y. City.'


Educator, economist; b. Hardwick, Mass., Aug 24,
1853; s. Gardner Nye and Eliza (French) Johnson;
grad. Harvard, A.B. (Phi Beta Kappa), 1878; one year
post-grad, study of history and polit. economy in Ger-
many; hon. degree, Doctor of Commercial Science, con-
ferred by Union Coll. in June, 1908; m. Aurora, 111.,
Aug. 4, 1884, Caroline Temperance Stolp; children:
Pauline Dustin, b. 1886; Harold Stolp, b. 1888; Redford
Kohlsaat, b. 1890. Sec. of Sp'l Currency Committee
of N. Y. Chamber of Commerce 1906. Engaged in
journalism until 1893; first with Springfield (Mass )
Republican, later financial editor Chicago Tribune:
established Spokane (Wash.) Spokesman, 1890; sold



interest, 1893; prof, practical finance, Univ. of Pa.,
1893-19U1, where also conducted a pioneer course in
journalism on original lines which have since been
followed by other institutions in U. 6. and Europe;
lecturer on finance, Columbian Univ., 1900-1903; since
1901, prof, polit. economy, and since Jan. 1, 1903, dean
Sch. of Commerce, N. Y. Univ. Author: Money and
Currency, 1906 (Ginn); The Canadian Banking Sys-
tem, 1910 (Nat. Monetary Comm'n); also various
contb'ns to financial journals and leading- reviews
upon currency, economics, commerce, etc. Mem. Am.
Acad Polit. and Social Science, Am. Boon. Ass'n;
treas. Economic Club of N. Y.; dir. Merchants' Ass'n
o r N. Y. Recreation: Farming. Club: Harvard (N. Y.
City). Address: 32 Waverley PI., N. Y. City.


Author; b. N. Y. City. Aug. 27, 187S; s. Robert Un-
derwood and Katharine (McMahon) Johnson; ed.
Lawrenceville Sch. and Yale, A.B., 1900; m. 1st, May
25, 1901, Mary Gait Stockly, of Lakewood, N. J. (died
June 17, 1910); 2d, Feb. 1, 1912 Esther Cobb. Founder
and first editor Lawrenceville Literary Magazine, and
chm'n Yale Literary Magazine for class of 1900.
Author: (Novels) Arrows of the Almighty, 1901 (Mac-
millan); In- the Name of Liberty, 1U05 (Century); Max
Fargus, 1906 (Baker & Taylor); The Eternal Boy, 1909
(Dodd, Mead), reissued as The Prodigious Hickey, 1910
(Baker & Taylor); The Humming-Bird (Baker & Tay-
lor); The Varmint. 1910 (Baker & Taylor), which ap-
peared June. 1910; Stover at Yale, 1911 (Stokes); The
Sixty First Second, 1913 (Stokes). Drama: The Comet;
also short stories and magazine articles. Club: The
Players. Address: 327 Lexington Av., N. Y. City.


Editor; >b. Washington, D. C, Jan. 12, 1853; s. Nim-
rod Hoge and Catherine C. (Underwood) Johnson; ed.
Centerville, Ind., Collegiate Inst., Earlham Coll., Rich-
mond, Ind., B.S., 1871 and honorary Ph.D.; honorary
A.M., Yale, 1891; honorary Litt.D., N. Y. Univ., 1911;
m. Washington, D. C, Aug. 31. 1876, Katherine Mc-
Mahon; children: Owen Johnson (author, playwright),
Agnes Johnson (Mrs. F. H. Holden). In 1889 organized
and with John Muir planned and forwarded Yosemite
Nat. Park, created in 1890; has supported, with voice
and pen, causes of internat. copyright, forest con-
servation free art, peace and arbitration, civil service
reform, low tariff, and opposed violence of militant
suffragists and gen. lawlessness. Mem. Century Maga-
zine editorial staff since 1S73; asso. editor, 1881-1909;
editor-in-chief, Nov. 18, 1909-June 1, 1913. In Aug.,
1906, proposed formally to Pres. Roosevelt that he
call a conf. of governors of Eastern States to con-
sider conservation of Appalachian forests; represented
The Century at White House Conf. of Governors on
Conservation of Nat. Resources, May. 190S, which grew
out of that proposal. Co-editor with C. C. Buel of
Battles and Leaders of the Civil War (Century's War
Series enlarged to four volumes), and organizer of
that enterprise in The Century. Induced Gen. U. S.
Grant to write his memoirs. Author: The Winter
Hour and Other Poems, 1891; Songs of Liberty and
Other Poems, 1897; Poems (Collected), 1902, second
edition, enlarged, 1908, third edition of same, entitled
Saint Gaudens: An Ode, and Other Poems, 1910 (all
Century Co.), fourth edition, 1913. Decorated Cheva-
lier de la Legion d'Honneur, 1891; Cavaliere della
Corona d'ltalia, 1895; mem. Phi Beta Kappa. Since
1888 and during successful internat. copyright cam-
paign of 1890-1891, sec. Am. Copyright League (Au-
thors); leading advocate of abolition of mf'g condition
for books in foreign languages included in revised
copyright act of 1909; demonstrated in pamphlet (1913)
widespread Am. opposition to exemption of coastwise
shipping in Panama Canal Act; vigorous opponent of
plan to give Hetch Hetohy Valley and half of Yo-
semite Nat. Park to San Francisco for water supply.
Sec. Nat. Inst. Arts and Letters, 1903-1909; preliminary
sec. and mem. Am. Acad. Arts and Letters, now per-
manent sec; originator of Keats-Shelley Memorial in
Rome (sec. of Am. Com.). Independent in politics.
Mem. N. Y. Civil Service Reform Ass'n, Am. Forestry
Ass'n, Citizens Union (N. Y.), Alliance Frangaise, Soc.
for Italian Immigrants. Clubs: Century, Players,
Authors, MacDowell (hon. mem.), Sierra (hon. mem.
and v.-p.). Address: 327 Lexington Av., N. Y. City.


Author, editor; b. Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1840;
s. Reuben and Almira (Alexander) Johnson; grad.
Univ. of Rochester, AJB., 1863; Ph.D., 1888. LL.D., 1893;
m. 1869, Helen Kendrick. Asso. editor Rochester
Democrat, 1864-1868; editor Concord (N. H.) States-
man, 1S69-1872; asso. editor American Cyclopedia,
1873-1877; mn'g editor Cyclopedia of American Biog-
raphy, 1886-1888; asso. editor Standard Dictionary,
1892-1894; editor of Authorized History of the World's

Columbian Exp'n, 1896; editor of Appleton's Annual
Cyclopedia, 1883-1902; editor of the Literary Querist
in the Lamp (formerly Book-Buyer). 1888-1904; editor
of Universal Cyclopedia and Atlas since 1901; super-
vising editor of revised editions of Velasquez's Spanish
Dictionary and Adler's German Dictionary, 1901-1903;
devised and edited the series of Little Classics (18
vols.), and also Liber Scriptorum, the book of the
Authors Club. Editor: Works of the British Poets,
with Biographical Sketches (3 vols.); Playday Poems;
Famous Single and Fugitive Poems; Fifty Perfect
Poems (with Charles A. Dana); The World's Great
Books (40 vols.); Dictionary of Notable Americans
(10 vols.); The Great Events, by Famous Historians
(20 vols.); The Literature of Italy (with Dora Knowl-
ton Ranous, 16 vols.); Authors' Digest great stories
in brief (with Dora Knowlton Ranous, 20 vols.); Con-
tributing editor to the American Leader, 1912-1913.
Author: Phaeton Rogers; The End of a Rainbow;
History of the War of 1812; History of the French
War; History of the War of Secession; Idler and Poet
(poems); The Blank-Cartridge Ballot; The Hero of
Manila; Morning Lights and Evening Shadows
(poems); The Alphabet of Rhetoric; The Story of the
Constitution of the United States; also wrote the
Whispering-Gallery Series in the Overland Monthly.
Lecturer on historical subjects. Recreations: Work-
ing at the bench in wood and brass. Ex-pres. N. Y.
Ass'n, Phi Beta Kappa, Soc of the Genesee, Quill Club,
Lecturers' Ass'n, Delta Upsilon fraternity, Rochester
Univ. Alumni, and pres. since 1898 of Univ. Extension
Soc. Clubs: Authors (successively sec, chm'n and
treas.), Century. Residence: Amagansett, L. I. Ad-
dress: 3W. 87th St., X. 1'. City.


Clergyman; b. Benningtoru Vt., Aug. 3, 1869; s. Rev.
Myron Alfred Johnson, D.D., and Frances Adelaide
(Mitchell) Johnson; ed. Racine Grammar Sch., Univ.
of Va., Theol. Sem. of Va. ; m. Wilkes-Barre, Pa., June
23, 1897, Grace Derr; children: Henry Derr, b. 1S98;
Alfred Mitchell, b. 1900; Mary Frances, b. 1903; Walter
DeForest, Jr., b. 1910. Served for first 12 years of
ministry as vicar of Calvary Ch., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Rector Christ Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y. Served 5 years as
chaplain 9th Reg't, N. G. of Pa.; also served as chap-
lain 9th Reg't, Pa. Vols., during Spanish-Am. War.
Trustee and mem. Advisory B"d Brooklyn Heights
Sem.; mem. Exec. Com. Am. Ch. Missionary Soc.
Clubs: Brooklyn Clerical, Hamilton, Dyker Meadow
Golf, Garden City Golf, Wyoming Valley Country.
Address: 326 Clinton St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Banker and broker; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 14, 1874; s.
John E. and Fanny E. (Hallock) Johnson; grad.
Princeton Univ., A.B., 1897. Has been engaged in
Wall Street since leaving college; now mem. firm of
Shearson, Hammill & Co., bankers and brokers. Dir.
Van Dyck Estate. Republican; Presby'n. Clubs:
Princeton, Sleepy Hollow Country, Lawyers. Resi-
dence (summer): 105 Croton Av., Ossining, N. Y.;
(winter) Princeton Club, 119 E. 21st St. Address:
Care Shearson, Hammill & Co., 71 Broadway, N. Y.


Life ins.; b. Sag Harbor, L. I., N. Y.. Jan. 28, 1S76;
s. P. Roosevelt Johnson, M.D., and Mary Chamberlain
(Hunt) Johnson; ed. in common schs. ; m. East
Orange, N. J., Oct. 12, 1898, Erma Mecklem; children:
Winifred Channlng, b. July 23, 1899; Stephen Roose-
velt, b. April 28, 1902; Erma, b. Aug. 5, 1906; William
C, Jr., b. Dec. 10, 1910. V.-p. and gen. mg'r Colum-
bian Nat. Life Ins. Co., of Boston, Mass. Formerly
mg'r for many years of N. Y. branch of Phoenix
Mutual Life Ins. Co., of Hartford, Conn. Also treas.
and dir. Johnson Estate (incorporated). Expert on
ins. law; has served as representative of all organized
ass'ns of life underwriters before the N. Y. Legisla-
ture. Veteran of 7th Reg't, N. G. N. Y., and Naval
Militia. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Eco-
nomic Ass'n. Lecturer and writer on economic and
ins. subjects. Mem. Holland Soc. Recreations:
Yachting, golf, horses, travel and outdoor life gen-
erally. Clubs: Algonquin, Arts, Wollaston and Chest-
nut Hill Golf, Shelter Island Yacht. Residence: 49
Warren St., Brookline, Mass. Address: Columbian
Nat. Bld'g, Boston, Mass.


Author; b. Ellicottville, N. Y., Dec. 1. 1859; s. Samuel
W. and Frances Ann (Sanderson) Johnson; LL.B. (cum
laude), Columbia Univ., 18S4: m. Mamaroneck, N. Y.,
June 19, 1894, Carrie Gatelv Beers. Admitted to bar,
N. Y.. 1885; clerk U. S. att'v's office, 1886-1887; prac-
tised in N. Y. and Westchester Co.. 1887-1905; re-
sided in Paris. France, 1905-1910. Author: Glamourie



(a romance), 1911; Nothing- Else Matters (a novel),
1913: also fugitive verses. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of
N. Y., Westchester Co. Bar Ass'n. Clubs: Cercle
Philidor (Paris), City, Am. Yacht, Manhattan Chess
(N. Y.). Address: Mamaroneck, N. Y.


Editor, author, educator; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 7, 1S57;
s. William and Alathea Augusta (.Coles) Johnson; ed.
Pennington Sem., Pennington, N. J.; N. Y. Univ., A.K.,
class of 1879; honorary degree L.H.M., N. Y. Univ.;
A.M. and L.H.D., Dickinson Coll., Carlisle, Penn.; m.
Tuekerton, N. J., 1S78, Sue Rockhill. On editorial
staff N. Y. Tribune since 1880; day editor, 1S87-1894;
editorial writer since 1894. Staff lecturer at sch. and
coll. since 1886. Staff lecturer for N. Y. City B'd of
Ed'n since 1900. Travelled on Isthmus of Panama
and in West Indies. Pres. State Civil Service Comm'r,
N. J., 190S-1912. Hon. prof, of History of Am. Foreign
Relations, N. Y. Univ., 1913. Author and editor: His-
tory of New York Univ., 1903; A Century of Expan-
sion (Macmillan), 1903; Four Centuries of the Panama
Canal (New York, Henry Holt & Co.; London, Cassell
& Co.), 1906; Colonel Henry Ludington: A. Memoir,
1907; Percival and the Legend of the Holy Grail, 1907,
etc. Republican; Methodist Episcopal. Mem. St.
George Soc, Am. Scenic and Historic Preservation
Soc, Psi Upsilon fraternity. Mem. Council N. Y. Univ.
since 1898; sec. N. Y. Univ. Alumni Electorate. Rec-
reations: Driving, fishing, phqtography. Address:
Firleigh Hall, New Providence, N. J., and 154 Nassau
St., N. Y. City.


Insurance; b. Scott Co., Ky., April 24, 1862; s. J.
Stoddard and Eliza W. (Johnson) Johnston; grad.
Yale Univ., A.B., 1883, A.M. (Phi Beta Kappa, Scroll
and Key, Delta Kappa Epsilon; editor Yale Record,
Yale Literary Magazine); m. Cincinnati, O., Oct. 11,
1893, Martha T. Darling; children: Stoddard Pintard,
b. Dec. 8, 1895; Margaret Pettet, to. Nov. 24, 1907.
Cincinnati mg'r Mutual Life Ins. Co.; gen. agent
Equitable Life Assurance Soc; now gen. agent The
Travelers' Ins. Co., and pres. The Johnston & Collins
Co., engaged in gen. ins. Author of various insurance
articles: Why a Man Should Insure His Life; Life
Insurance Terminations; Relations and Obligations of
Agents to Companies and the People; Salesmanship
and Sales Arguments; The Permanency of Life; Life
Insurance and Life Insurance Work; Creative So-
liciting, Not Competitive. Winner of Calef Loving
Cup in 1898, 1912 and 1913 for essays on insurance.
Democrat; Episcopalian. Trustee, The Kentuckians.
Clubs: Yale (sec. 1883), University. Residence: 146
E. 3Sth St. Address: 55 Liberty St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Louisville, Ky., 1869; s. James Chew
and Julia (Nicholas) Johnston; ed. Louisville High
Sch., Johns Hopkins Univ., A.B., 1890; Med. Dep't, N.
Y. Univ., M.D., 1892; Loomis Fellow in pathology; m.
N. Y. City, 1905, Sydney E. Price. Ass't at Dispen-
saries of N. Y. Hosp. and N. Y. Skin and Cancer
Hosp., 1892-1897; surgeon, dispensary Presby'n Hosp.,
1895-1S99; chief of clinic of dermatology and instr. in
pathology, Cornell Med. Coll., 1898-1908; ass't prof,
dermatology same since 1908. Editor Journal of
Cutaneous and Genito-Urinary Diseases, 1896-1902.
Mem. N. Y. County Med. Soc, N. Y. State Med. Ass'n,
N. Y. Dermatological Soc, Am. Dermatological Ass'n,
Beta Theta Pi, Johns Hopkins Univ. Alumni Ass'n.
Mem. Corinthian Yacht Club, Marblehead, Mass. Ad-
dress: 115 E. 56th St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman, editor; Litt.D., Syracuse Univ., 1904.
Minister in Methodist Episcopal Ch.; has served
churches in Portland, Me.; Boston and Worcester,
Mass.; Newark and Jersey City, N. J.; Meriden, Conn.;
Brooklyn and N. Y. City; became pastor John Street
Church, N. Y. City, in 1902. Contributor to The Chris-
tian Advocate. N. Y. City, under pen name of "Stylus;"
editor The Christian Republic. Author (pen name
"Annan Dale"): Dwellers in Gotham, The Creed and
the Prayer, The Baptism of Fire, The House That
Jack Built, Philip Yoakley, The Riddle of Life, The
Mystery of Miriam. Address: 44 John St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Geneva, N. Y., July 2, 1876; s. Robert
and Catharine S. (Van Rensselaer) Johnston; ed.
Geneva High Sch.; grad. Hobart Coll., A.B. 1896, A.M.
1899; Gen. Theol. Sem., 1899. Ordered deacon, 1S99,
and ordained priest, 1900, in Episcopal Ch.; mission-
ary Diocese of Western N. Y., 1899-1900; curate Trin-
ity Ch., Buffalo, N. Y., 1900-1903- rector Christ Ch.,
Gloversville, N. Y., 1903-1910. Fellow Gen. Theol.
Sem. and graduate student Columbia Univ., 1910-1911.

Travelled and studied in Europe, 1905. Mem. Kappa
Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa, F. and A. M., Soc. War of
1S12. Clubs: University (Buffalo), Country Parsons.
Rector Christ Ch., Corning, N. Y., since 1911. Ad-
dress: S3 E. Second St., Corning, N. Y.


[Lawyer; b. Washington, D. C, Jan. 22, 1856; s.
Thomas J. and Isabella (Walker) Johnston; ed. Rit-
tenhouse Acad., Columbian Univ. and Law School ot
same, LL.B., LL.M.; m. Washington, D. C, April 19,
1893, Mattie W. Dodge; children: Elizabeth, Sherwood
D. Engaged in civil eng'ring with Dist. of Columbia
and railroad forces and in Naval Observatory one
year. Admitted to bar June, 1882; engaged in special
practice in Federal law. Democrat (independent);
Presby'n. Mem. Am. Inst. Elec. Eng-'rs, A.A.A.S.,
Electro-Chem. Soc, Am. Bar Ass'n, N. Y. Bar Ass'n.
Recreations: Fishing, hunting, outdoor games, chess.
Clubs: Lawyers, Musurgia, Brooklyn Chess, Manhat-
tan Chess. Address: 149 Broadway, N. Y. City.

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