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Woman's Cosmopolitan (N. Y.), Lyceum (London).
Residence: 36 Gramercy Park, N. Y. City. Address:
Harper & Brothers, Franklin Square, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Peekskill, N. Y., July 4, 1872; s. Warren
and Ann E. (Royce) Jordan; ed. in private schs. until
15 years, public schs., 2 years; grad. Oakside Sen.,
1889; Peekskill Mil. Acad., grad. 1891; one year private
study; grad. Yale, A.B., 1896; N. Y. Law Sch., 1898; m.
Nov. 15, 1900, Florence A. Hyde; children: Warren S.,
Jr., b. 1902, Priscilla, b. 1905, Margaret, b. 1907, Phyllis,
b. 1910. Adm'itted to tear 1898; in office of Col. Thos.
D. Husted, N. Y. City. 1898-1899; since then has been
engaged in gen. practice of law in Peekskill, N. Y.
Treas. Clinton Construction Co. of Peekskill, N. Y.
Acting police justice of Peekskill 7 vears. Mem. M. E.
Ch. Mem. N. Y. State Hist. Soc; trustee Peekskill Mil.
Acad. Recreation: Tramping about mountains of
Westchester, Putnam and Rockland counties. Address:
984 Main St., Peekskill, N. Y.


Director N. Y. Agr'l Exp't Sta.; b. Raymond, Me., Oct. 27,
1851; s. James and Sarah (iSymonds) Jordan; ed. Univ.
of Maine, B.S., 1875, M.S.,' 1878, D.Sc, 1896; Mich. Agr'l
Coll:. DD.D. 1907; Hobart Coll., LL.D., 1911; m. Orono,
Me., March 3, 1880. Emma L. Wilson. Ass't Conn. Agr'l
Exp't Sta., 1878-1879; Univ. of Maine, 1879-1880; prof,
agr'l chemistry Pa. State Coll., 1881-1885; dir. Me. Ag'l
Exp't Sta., 1885-1896; N. Y. State Agr'l Exp't Sta. since
1896. Author: The Feeding of Animals, 1901; The
Principles of Human Nutrition, 1912; also numerous
papers and bulletins on agr'l subjects. Fellow A.A.A.S. ;
mem. Soc. for the Promotion of Agr'l Science, Phi
Gamma Delta fraternity. Address: Geneva, N. Y.

Author; b. N. Y. City, March 6, 1864; s. Henry and
Mary Moat (Murdock) Jordan; attended Coll. of City
of N. Y.; unmarried. Author: The Kingship of Self
Control (1899), The Majesty of Calmness (1900), The
Power of Truth (1902), Mental Training, A Remedy for
Education (1907), The House of Governors (1908), The
Crown of Individuality (1909), Little Problems of Mar-
ried Life (1910), The Power of Purpose (1910). Editor:

Book Chat, 1884-1885, Current Literature, 1889-1891,
and 1893-1896; m'ng editor: Ladies' Home Journal,
1897-1898; editor; Saturday Evening Post, 1898-1899.
Originated in 1907 the idea of House of Governors, an-
nual meetings of the State Executives to work for uni-
form laws, to promote clean unity between the States,
to conserve State Rights, and to lessen centralization.
Was first sec. of this org'n, now known as Governors'
Conf. Sec. and m'ng dir. Modern Historic Records
Ass'n. Mem. Nat. Geog. Soc, Luther Burbank Soc,
Modern Historic Record Ass'n. Clubs: Authors, Ibex.
Residence: 172 W. 81st St. Address: 43 Exchange PI.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City; s. Samuel and Annie (Sarner)
Joseph; ed. public sch. No. 75, N. Y. City, Coll. City of
N. Y.; U. S. Mil. Acad. Law Sch.; Columbia Univ., LD.B.;
m. N. Y. City, Jan. 31. 1906, Blanche Lewy; children:
Marjorie, b. Oct. 15, 1908, Stephen, b. Dec. 15, 1911.
Toured Europe 1907. Mem. of Assembly, 26th Dist., N.
Y. County, 1909-1910; mem. firm of L. & I. J. Joseph,
mem. N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n, Gen. Com. Tam-
many Hall, 26th Assembly Dist., Young Men's Hebrew
Association, Suydenham Hospital, Hebrew Infant
Sanitarium, B'nai Brith. Democrat; Hebrew. Club:
Wichita. Address: 135 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Artist; b. N. Y. City, 1859; student at Art Students'
League, N. Y. City, and under Leon Bonnat, Paris.
Landscape artist and painter of miniatures. Honor-
able mention at Paris Exp'n, 1900; silver medal.
Charleston Exp'n, 1902. Mem. Am. Soc. Miniature
Painters, Royal Soc. of Miniature Painters (London).
Clubs: Salmagundi, Lotos. Residence: 321 Riverside
Drive. Address: 106 W. 57th St.. N. Y. City.


Lawyer, b. Stockholm, Sweden, Dec. 2, 1868; s. Bern-
hard and Cecilia (Salmonson) Josephsson; ed. Stock-
holm High Sch.; grad. George Washington Univ., LL.B.,
1903. Went to Europe in 1905 as sp'l representative
of the Associated Press during the revolution in Nor-
way; received from King Oscar of Sweden, in private
audiences, important statements for publication. Pre-
sented by King Oscar and King Gustatf personally with
their autograph photographs. Acting sec. of Lega-
tion of Sweden and Norway at Washington, D. C, 1905.
Translated Col. John Jacob Astor's ibook, "A Journey in
Other Worlds," into Swedish and wrote the English
version 'of Victor Rydberg's famous Swedish romance,
"Singoalla," autograjph copies of which were accepted
by Ex-Pres. Roosevelt, King Oscar of Sweden and
Queen Alexandra, of EnglandT Wrote for U. S. Census
Office the reports on manufacture of Bicycles, Buttons,
and Clothing, which were published in 1902. Sec. Scan-
dinavian Bureau of Republican Nat. Com. at Chicago,
1896, and stumped Minnesota and Wisconsin for Mc-
Kinley. In 1900 was asked by Rep. Nat. Com. to speak
in S. Dakota and Minn. Gen. Counsel Swedish Cham-
ber of Commerce of N. Y. Mem. Lawyers' A3s'n County
of N. Y., Soc. of Med. Jurisprudence. Republican. Mem-.
Order of Columbian Knights. Address: 141 Broadway
N. Y. City.


Banker and broker; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 17, 1869; s.
Moriz and Theresa (Wise) Josephthal; grad. Coll. City
of N. Y., B.S. (3d in class. Phi Beta Kappa), 1887; m.
N. Y. City, March 28, 1900, Edyth Guggenheim; chil-
dren: Elinor Clare, b. 1901, Andrey Barbara, b. 1903.
Engaged since graduation as banker and broker; sen-
ior mem. Josephthal, Louchheim & Co., mem. N. Y.
Stock Exchange, Chicago B'd of Trade. Served as
ass't paymaster, U. S. N., April 28 to Oct. 4, 1898; was
paymaster U. S. Ironclad Nahant during Spanish-
American War. Democrat; Hebrew. Mem. Phi Beta
Kappa Soc, Naval Order of the U. S., Naval and Mili-
tary Order Spanish-Am. War, Soc of Am. Wars, Navy
League of U. S.; has twenty State service decorations.
Served twenty-two years (and one of organizers with
Herbert L. Satterlee. W. Butler Duncan, Jr., and Com-
modore Jacob W. Miller) of N. Y. Naval Militia, now
being paymaster-general, with rank of It. comd'r on
staff of Commodore R. P. Forshew; also comd'r Am.
Boy Scouts on staff of Gen. E. A. McAlpin; represented
Naval Militia on mil. staff Ex-Gov. John A. Dix and
was on staff of Gov. William Sulzer. Mem. Naval
Reserve Ass'n. Recreations: Horses, motor cars,
yachting. Clubs: Army and Navy, National Democratic.
Criterion, Atlantic Yacht. Residence: 26 E. 73d St.. N.
Y. City; (summer): Sands Point. L. I. Address: 4 Bal-
four Place, London. Ens:., and 56 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Born Hungary, Dec. 15. 1873; adopted son of Baron
Imre Coleman von Jbsika; ed. for mil. career; grad.
Royal Univ. in Budapest. Dr. Polit. Sc, LL.D. ; m. Lon-



don, Eng., July 15. I'jiMJ, Marguerite, d. Henry Roche-
Rice, niece of late Gen. William Roche-Rice (Crimean
War veteran and winner of Victoria Cross), and Hon.
Mrs. Lockhart St. Clair of England; also engaged In
literary and philanthropic work. Received an app'.m't
in Hungarian Gov't; came to America, 1906, to study
r'y system of U. S. Dir. Bolivian R'y Co., N. E. Brew-
ing Co., both ot London and N. Y. Mem. Acad. Polit.
Science, Council of Civic Forum, of Washington Sq.
Ass'n, Peace Soc. of N. Y. Recreations; Outdoor
sports, riding. Clubs: N. Y. Yacht, Economic. Ad-
dress: 28 W. 10th St., N. Y. City.


Architect; b. Boston, July 2, 1S61; won Rotch Trav-
eling Scholarship (architecture). 18S7; entered Ecole
des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1S88; m. Haverstraw, N. Y., Oct.
11, 190S, Ella M. Hannah; one d., Martha, b. Aug. 30,
1909. Practising architecture in N. Y. City. Among
principal buildings erected are the Horace Mann Schs.
(old and new), Speyer Sch. of Columbia Univ., Clark-
son Sen. of Technology, Potsdam, N. Y., Gymnasium
and Fire House, Potsdam, N. Y., Charlton Sch., Stam-
ford Town Hall and the New Canaan Town Hall, Vil-
large Hall, Tuckahoe, N. Y., Lutheran Ch.. Elizabeth, N.
J., residence, with farm buildings, etc., for Dr. W. D.
Tracy at Stamford, Conn. Mem. Soc. Beaux Arts Archi-
tects (sec. 1S95-189S); Am. Inst. Architects and N. Y.
Chapter same. Architectural League of N. Y. Resi-
dence: White Plains, N. Y. Address: 3 W. 29th St.,.N.
Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Santa Cara, Cuba, March
23, 1859; s. Federico and Natalia (Villigas) Jova; ed.
Fordham Univ., A.B., 1880, Coll. Phys. and Surg., N.
Y. City, M.D., 1883; m. Newburgh, N. Y.. April, 1906,
Ethel M. Odell; one child: b. Sept. 19, 190S. Engaged
in practise of r-iedicine since 1883. Catholic. Visit-
ing physician St. Luke's Hosp.; mem. Am. Med. Ass'n,
N. Y. State Med. Soc, Orange County Med. Soc, New-
burgh Bay Med. Soc, Royal Arcanum, Knights of
Columbus, Elks. Clubs: Newburgh City, Powelton.
Address: 149 Grand St., Newburgh, N. Y.


Editor; b. Groton, Mass., Oct. 16, 1S63; s. Richard
Pickering and Mary M. (Hartwell) Joy; grad. Yale
Univ., A.B., 1SS5; A.M., 1891; Syracuse Univ., Litt.D.,
1904; m. Plainfield, N. J., Jan. 20, 1891, Emma Pren-
tice McGee; children: Helen (A.B., Wellesley, 1913),
Alice, Gertrude. Editor-on-staff of Methodist Book
Concern, N. Y. City, 1885-1904; ass't editor The Chris-
tian Advocate since 1904. Independent Republican;
Methodist. Mem. B'd of Ed'n, N. Plainfield, N. J.,
1902-1911 (pres., 1905-1911). Mem. Phi Beta Kappa
Soc, Psi Upsilon fraternity, Scroll and Key Soc. Rec-
reation: Photography. Clubs: Yale (N. Y. City),
Hillside (Plainfield). Residence: 80 Myrtle Av., Plain-
field, X. J. Address: 150 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Pres. Nat. Surety Co.; b. Utica, N. Y., 1865; s. Henry
Manwaring and Mary A. Joyce; ed. public schools in
Mich.; m. Lucy Natalie Curley, of Louisville, Ky. ; chil-
dren: William Bradford, Morton Dean. Formerly in-
surance agent; since Feb., 1904, pres. Nat. Surety Co.,
his promotion coming because of the fact of his
fifteen years of most successful experience in surety
business in Minn, and 111. Is reputed to have written
(as agent) the largest amount of surety bonds of any
agent in the world. Originator of Fidelity Ins. Policy,
and Automobile Bail Bond Power of Att'y. Dir. Am.
Light and Traction Co., Dobbs Ferry Bank, United
Gas & Electric Corp'n, Consolidated Copper Mines Co.,
Cities Service Co. Democrat (sound money); has some
political experience in St. Paul, Minn., where retains
legal residence. Episcopalian. Recreation: Automo-
biling. Clubs: Recess, Metropolitan, Ardsley, Sleepy
Hollow, Lawyers (N. Y. City); Minnesota (St. Paul);'
Minneapolis (Minn). Residence: 11 West 81st St. Ad-
dress: 115 Broadway, N. Y. City.

Operatic singer; b. Vienna, Austria-Hungary, July
4, 1863; d. Justin Juch (music professor, who was a
native of Vienna, but later a citizen of U. S.), and
Augusta (Hahn) Juch; born during visit of parents
in Vienna; when two years old, parents returned to
U. S., making home in N. Y. City; ed. public schools
and grad. from Normal School; m. Stamford, Conn.,
June 25, 1894, Francis L. Wellman, of the N. Y. City
Bar. Her father was opposed to her entering profes-
sional life and did not encourage her to cultivate her
musical talents; pursued musical studies in secret as
pupil of Mme. Murio-Celli; made debut in concert in
Checkering Hall, at which father was present, scoring

complete success; father then encouraged her studies.
Engaged by Col. Mapleson, May, 1881, to sing leading -
soprano rOles in London, and made debut at Her
Majesty's Grand Italian Opera as "Felina" in Mignon,
June, 1881; other leading soprano roles of Italian
grand opera for three seasons; refused to renew en-
gagement; shared work of Nilsson and Materna in
Wagnerian tour in U. S. under mg'mt of Theodore
Thomas, and sang alternate nights with Nilsson as
"Elsa" in Lohengrin; was first artist engaged when
the American Opera Co. -was formed, and in that com-
pany sang six rOles and 164 limes; for about five
years sang in festivals, symphonic concerts and at
head of Emma Juch Grand English Opera Co., until
her marriage. Hon, mem. Aschenbrcedel Verein of
professional orchestra musicians in recognition of
her services in aid of the society's Circle Fund. Ad-
dress: 103 E. 75th St., N. Y. City.


Surgeon; b. New Orleans, La., June 4, 1868; s. John
and Franc (Aspinwall) Judd; ed. private sen., Elmira
Acad., Coll. Phys. and Surg. (Columbia), M.D.; m. N.
Y. City, Aug. 18, 1904, Marion Beardsley. Interne
Roosevelt Hosp.; Post-Grad. Hosp., St. Luke's Hosp.;
attending surgeon, Post-Grad. Hosp., adjunct prof,
surgery, Post-Grad. Med. Sch.; former radiologist,
Post-Grad. Med. 'Sch.; attending surgeon Lutheran
Hosp.; consulting surgeon St. Vincent's Hosp., Bridge-
port; fellow Acad. Medicine; mem. N. Y. Med Soc.
Address: 137 W. 69th St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b Kingston, N. J., Nov. 4, 1870; s. Rev.
Orrin B, LL.D., and Susanna (Reynolds) Judd; pre-
liminary ed'n in N. Y. City and private schs.; N. Y.
Univ. Sch. of Commerce, Accounts and Finance, and
N. Y. Univ. Law Sch., B.C.S., 1902, and DL.B., 1904; m.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1905, Bertha R., d. Rev. J. C.
Grimmell; children: Orrin Grimmell, b. 1906, Willard
Reynolds, b. 1908, Hila Margaret, b. 1910. Admitted
to N. Y. Bar, 1904; ass't trust officer Columbia-Knick-
erbocker Trust Co.; pres. and dir. Nassau Audit Co.;
sec. and dir. T. B. Ackerson Co.; lecturer on banking
practise N. Y. Univ., 1903-1909. Republican. Mem.
B'd of mg'rs Am. Baptist Foreign Mission Soc, mem.
Soc. of Colonial Wars, N. Y. State Soc of Certified
Public Accountants. Clubs: Lawyers, University
(Brooklyn). Address: 60 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Findley Lake, Chautauqua Co., N. Y.,
Feb. 22, 1867; s. Joseph and Mary Ann (Graham)
Jude; ed. public schs., Sugar Grove (Pa.) Sem., 1884-
1887; Otterbein Univ., Westerville, Ohio, A.B., 1891;
Univ. of Chicago (post-grad, work in history, polit.
economy and polit. science), 1S93-1895; office law
course in office of Green & Woodbury, Jamestown,
N. Y., 1897-1899; m. Bradford, Pa., Dec. 30, 1902, Lyda
Pearl Boardman. Instr. in Latin, history and civics,
Sugar Grove (Pa.) Sem., 1891-1893, 1895-1S97; since
1S99, practising law at Jamestown, N. Y.; mem law
firm Mott & Jude, 1899-1902; police justice City of
Jamestown, 1902-1906. Mem. B'd of Ed'n, Jamestown
Public Schs., 1900-1903. Mem. of Assembly, 1913.
Progressive. Mem. Mount Moriah Lodge, F. and A. M.
Jamestown Lodge, B. P. O. Elks, Mt. Tabor Lodge)
I. O. O. F., Chautauqua Lodge, Sons of St. George;
trustee and sec Sugar Grove Sem., 1891-1913. Ad-
dress: 301 E. 8th St., Jamestown, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Montreal, Can., 1859; s. Cornelius and
Harriett (Horner) Judge; ed. Bishops Coll., Lennox-
ville, P. Q.; m. Richmond, P. Q., 1884, Frederica G.
Mathias. Ordered deacon and ordained priest by
Bishop Williams in Episcopal ministry. Formerly
ass't Ch. of the Holy Apostles, N. Y. City, 188s- 1 s l
ass't Ch. of the Heavenly Rest, N. Y. City, 1890-1895;
rector Franklin, Pa., 1895-1900. Rector St. Matthew's-
Ch., N. Y. City, since 1900. Residence: 32 W 84th St
Address: 26 W. 84th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Dublin, Ireland; s. Frederick H. and
Alice (Quan) Judge, old Irish families, Blennerhas-
sets and Egars; came to N. Y. City with father when
a child; ed. in this country in public schools; m. Wini-
fred E. Hollis, of Louisville. Entered a clerkship and
the study of law with E. Delafield Smith and Judge
and George P. Andrews, with whom was associated
until their death. Admitted to bar, 1876, and since
actively engaged in practise of law in N. Y. City; now
principally commercial, probate and real estate law.
Has been eomm'r in lunacy proceedings, and in pro-
ceedings for the condemnation of land for city and
railroad purposes; served as referee under court
appm'ts and on consent of parties for more than



twenty years; is also executor and trustee of estates
of large holdings. Democrat (Independent). Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. Hist. Soc, Municipal
Art Ass'n, West End Ass'n. Clubs: (Manhattan. Na-
tional Democratic. Residence: (country) Holly Beach,
near Cape May, N. J., 27 W. 94th St. Address: 261
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Maulmain, Burma, April 7, 1S37; s. Adon-
iram and Sarah Hall (Broadman) Judson; ed. in pub.
and prep. schs. of Mass. k University Grammar Sch., Prov-
idence, R. I., Brown Univ. A.M., 1859; Harvard Med.
Sch., Jefferson Med. Coll., M.D., 1865; Coll. Phys. and
Surg. (Columbia), M.'D., ad eundem gradun, 1868; m.
N. Y. City, Nov. 19, 1868, Anna Margaret Haugh-
wout. Served as ass't surgeon, U. S. N., July 1, 1861;
surgeon U. S. N., Dec. 26, 1864, to May 11, 1868; re-
signed. Since 1868, practising in N. Y. City; specialist
in orthopaedic surgery. IHas filled several hosp.
apptm'ts, and orthopaedic surgeon to N. Y. Hosp.
(Out-Patient Dep't) since 1878; resigned April 2,
1908; Insp. N. Y. City B'd of Health, 1869-1877; pen-
sion examining surgeon, 1877-1884, and since 1901;
med. examiner N. . State Civ. Service Comm'n, since
1901. Mem. Am. Orthopaedic Ass'n (ex-pres.), Am.
Med. Ass'n; fellow Am. Acad. Medicine. Contb'r of
papers relating to his specialty to med. journals
and to the transactions of med. societies. Author:
The Influence of Growth on Congenital Deformities.
Mem. Lafayette Post, G. A. R. Address: 53 Wash-
ington Sq., N. Y. City.


Clergyman, educator; b. Maulmain, Burma,- Dec. 27,
1844; s. Adoniram and Sarah (Hall) Judson; grad.
Brown Univ., A.B., 18(55; AM., D.D., Colgate Univ.;
m. 1871, Ellen Antoinette Barstow; children: Elizabeth,
Margaret. Principal Leland and Gray Sem., Town-
send, Vt. 1865-1867; prof. Latin and modern languages,
Colgate Univ., 1868-1874. Pastor N. Orange Bapt. Oh.,
Orange Co., N. J., 1S7V>-1881; pastor Memorial Bapt.
Ch., N. Y. City, 1881-1900. Erected Judson Memorial
in memory of father. Missionary to Burma, in Wash-
ington Sq., N. Y. Head Dep't Homiletics In Divinity
Gch. of Univ. of Chicago, 190B-19O5; now pastor Me-
morial Bapt. Ch. of Christ, N. Y. City; prof, pastorial
theology, Theol. Sem., Colgate Univ., Hamilton, N. Y.
Author: Life of Adoniram Judson; The Institutional
Ch. Trustee Brown Univ., Vassar IColl. Mem. Phi
Beta Kappa and Alpha Delta Phi fraternities. Club:
Century. Address: 53 Washington Sq., N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; lb. Oswego, N. Y., May 20, 1849; second s.
Col. John Work (U. S. Mil. Acad., '36) and Emily
(Pierson) Judson; fifth in descent from Rector Pier-
son, first pres. and founder Yale Coll.; ed. Oswego
public and high schs., 1856-1S67, and private tuition;
m. Oct. 9, 1888, Mrs. Anna L. (Thompson) McWhorter,
of Oswego, d. iDr. Richard H. Thompson (health of-
ficer, Port of N. Y., 1862). (M'rs. Judson is a mem.
of Colonial Dames). U. S. civil ass't eng'r on forts,
rivers and harbors, 1870-1899; deputy State eng'r of
N. Y. three times, 1S99-1905; now practising as con-
sulting eng'r for works on rivers, harbors and canals,
hyd'ro-electric developments, roads and pavements.
Prea Broadalbin Elec Light & Power Co., dir. Broad-
albin Improvement Co., Broadalbin Knitting Co.;
comm'r Varick Water-Power Canal, Oswego. Author.
City Roads and Pavements, 4 editions, 1894, 1902, 1906,
1909; Road Preservation and Dust Prevention, 1908;
From the West and Northwest to the Sea, 1890; Lake
Ontario to the Hudson River Through the Oswego-
Oneida-Mohawk Valley, from Oswego to Troy, 1896;
History of Various Projects for Reaching the
Lakes from Tidewater, 1768-1901; also many published
reports on harbors and projects for various improve-
ments, etc.; contb'T to professional publications. Re-
publican; Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs,
mem. Inst'n of Civil Eng'rs of Great Britain, Am.
Soc. Municipal Improvements, Mass. Highway Ass'n,
Oswego Hist. Soc, N. Y. State Hist. Ass'n, N, Y.
Geneal. and Biog. iSoc., Nat. Geog. Soc, Soc. Colonial
Wars, Sons of Revolution, Soc. War of 1812 in N. Y.,
Aronian Lodge 679, F. & A., Masons of Oswego. Clubs:
Fortnightly, Yacht, Country (Oswego), Fort Orange
(Albany), Authors (London).. Residences: 144 W.
5th St., Oswego N. Y.; "Annawill," Broadalbin, Fulton
Co., N. Y.; "Solana," Punta Gorda, Fla. Address:
Broadalbin, N. Y.


Merchant; b. N. Y. City: s. John C. and Lena (Stucke)
Juhring: grad. Mount Washington Collegiate Inst.;
m. N. Y. City, Oct. 19, 1901, Frances Brvant Fisher;
one son. John C, 3d, b. Aug. 30, 1902. Entered, 1873,
house of Francis Leggett & Co., of which became part-

ner in 1892, and from its incorporation in 1902 was
v.-p. until Feb.. 1910, when he was elected pres.
Charter mem. Merchants' Ass'n of N. Y. City (1st v.-p.
5 consecutive terms, 1897-1903); dir. Coal and Iron
Nat, Bank, trustee Citizens' Savings Bank; dir. Am.
Can Co. of Maine, Sea Coast Canning Co. of N. J., etc.
Republican. Mem. N. Y. Produce Exchange, B'd of
Trade and Transportation. Clubs: Ardsley, Mer-
chants, Press, Union League. Address: N. Y.


Capitalist; m. Helen Cossitt; children: Frederich A.
senior mem. firm A. D. Juilliard & Co., Comm'n Mer-
chants; pres. Met. OpeTa House & Real Estate Co.;
dir. Chemical (Nat. Bank, Nat. Bank of Commerce,
Bank of America; Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R. R.
Co.; N. British & Mercantile Ins. Co., Realty AsB'n;
trustee Central Trust Co. of N. Y., Guaranty Trust
Co, of N. Y., Title Guarantee & Trust Co.. Mutual
Life Ins. Co. of N. Y., N. Y. Life Ins. & Trust Co.
Trustee Am. Museum of Natural History, gov. N. Y.
Hosp. Address: 70 Worth St., N. Y. City.


Geologist; b. N, Y. City, Feb. 13, 1840; s. Pierre
Denis and Magdalene (Cantine) Julien; ed. Mt. Wash-
ington Collegiate Inst., Union Coll., A.B. (Phi Beta
Kappa), 1S59; A.M., 1802; Ph.D., 1882, N. Y. Univ.; m.
Roselle, N. J., 1882, Annie Walker, d. Peter I. Nevius
of. N. Y. City. Resident chemist, Guano Island of
Sombrero, 1S60-1864, collecting birds and land shells
and making meteorological observations for Smith-
sonian Inst'n; on Mich. Geol. Survey, 1872; N. C. Geol.
Survey; successively ass't in charge quantitative
laboratory, Columbia Sch. of Mines, of Dep't Biology
and Microscopy, 1885-1897; instr. and curator in geol-
ogy, 1898-1911; retired 1911; in 1862, made geol. survey
of islets around island of St. Bartholomew, W. I., for
Sweden with report to Gov. Carl Ulrich; in 1863 re-
ceived from King of Sweden the gold medal Illis
quorum meruere labores. Fellow A.A.A.S., Geol. Soc.
of America, N. Y. Acad, of Sciences, a founder Am.
Soc. Naturalists; founder and fellow N. Y. Micros. Soc;
honorary mem. Trinity Hist. Soc Club: N. Y. Miner-
ological. Address: South Harwich, Mass.


Express transportation business; b. 'Great Yar-
mbuth, England, Jan. 7, 1S42; s. Samuel and Jemima
(Crosby) Julier; ed. public schi; m. Cleveland, Ohio,
Dec. 15, 1808, Louisa Henrietta Vaillant; children: Mrs.
Claud Bragdon, Mrs. Albert W. Johnston, Henry
Vaillant, Arnett Vaillant. Entered service of Am.
Express Co. at Goderich, Can., July 1. 1858, as office
boy, and continued with that company without inter-
ruption to present time; now v.-p. and gen. mg'r;
dir., v.-p. and gen. mg'r Westcott Express Co. Inde-
pendent Republican. Mem. Ohio Soc. Clubs: Trans-
portation, Railroad (N. Y.). Address: 324 W. 103d
St. N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Barkow, in Mecklenburg,
Germany, Oct. 5, 1869; s. William and Caroline (Jar-
chow) Junge; ed. in public sch., Lubz, Germany;
Allgemeine gewerbeschule, Hamburg, Germany; Wag-
ner Memorial Lutheran Coll., Rochester, N. Y.; Univ.
of Buffalo, M.D., 1900; m. Rochester, N. Y.. April 8,
1891, Sophia Eickert; one d., Irma E. S., b. May 6, 1902.
In gen. practise of medicine since graduation. Evan-
gelical Lutheran. Mem. Med. Soc. Borough of Bronx,
N. Y. County Med. Soc, N. Y. State Med. Soc, Am.
Med. Ass'n, German-Am. Turn-Verein, Nat. Geog. Soc.
(Washington, D. C.) Architect Lodge of Masons. Ad-
dress: 403 E. 155th St., N. Y. City.


Consul gen., importer; b. Neuchatel, Switzerland,
April 9, 1861; s. Louis and Anna Huber-Reithard
Junod; attended Coll. of Nice, in France; m. N. Y.

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