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1907; mem. Public Service Comm'n of N. Y. State, 2d
Dist., July, 1907-March, 1908; pres. and dir Knicker-
bocker Trust Co., from March, 190S, to June, 1912;
now chm'n B'd of Dirs. Dir. Barney Estate Co (N.
Y.), Lockport Paper Co. Republican. Clubs: Uni-
versity, Metropolitan, Harvard (N. Y.), Buffalo (Buf-
falo). Residence: 7 E. 62d St. Address: Knicker-
bocker Trust Co., N. Y. City.


Capitalist, Ibanker; ib. Whitewater, Wis., Aug. 20,
1853; s. Henry and Phebe (McCluer) Keep; ed. public
schs. of Chicago; m. Chicago, Jan. 9, 1888, Mary H.
Blair; children: Margaret, Henry B., Katharine F. In
lumber business, 1878-1883; mf'g lead, 1888-1903; trus-
tee Marshall Field. Estate since 1906. V.-p. and dir.
111. Trust & Savings Bank; trustee N. Y. Trust Co.,
U. S. Trust Co.; dir. Chicago & Northwestern R y
Co. Merchants Loan & Trust Co., Chicago Telephone
Co. Pullman Co. Traveled extensively in Europe,
Egypt, West Indies, Mexico and other countries. Re-
publican; Episcopalian. Mem. Soc. of Colonial Wars.
Trustee Chicago Home for Incurables, Old People s
Home, Hahnemann Hosp. and Coll., Chicago. Recre-
ations: Golf, horseback Tiding. Clubs: Chicago Union
League, University of Chicago, Chicago Athletic, Chi-
cago Golf, Chicago Literary, Commercial, Homewood,
Onwentsia, Railroad of N. Y., Metropolitan of NY.
Residence: 2825 Prairie Av. Address: 135 Adams St.,
Chicago, 111.

Merchant; b. Issaquena Co., Miss., June 7, 1866; s.
Henry V. and Sallie (Collins) Keep; ed. Columbia
Grammar Sch., N. Y. City; unmarried. Pres Keep
Shirt Co.; mem. 7th Reg't N. G. N. Y., 1884-1900, hold-
ing comm'n of 2d lieut. at time of discharge. Episco-
palian. Mem. Sons of the Revolution, Kane Lodge,
454, F. and A. M., mem. Southern Soc. of N. Y. Clubs:
N Y. Athletic, Englewood Country. Address: lo Yi .
32d St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. New Haven, Conn., Mar. 18, 1S3S; s.
Lester Keep, M.D., and Lavinia (Clark) Keep; ed.
Collegiate and Commercial Inst, New Haven, Thet-
ford (Vt.) Acad., Yale Med. Sch., Hahnemann Med.
Coll., Philadelphia, M.D., 1860, N. Y. Horace Med.
Coll. and Hosp., M.D., 1866; m. Brooklyn, Dec. 25, 1865,
Sarah Coit Avery; children; Ogden Avery b. 1879
Mrs. Charles S. Morse, b. 1882, John Basset, b. 1868
(deceased), Jay Lester, b. 1874 (deceased). Gen.
practitioner of medicine since graduation. Has made
two trips to Europe. Comm'd surgeon 13th Reg t,
N G. N Y 1868, 5th Brigade, 1869, 2d Div. 1880,
colonel by brevet, 2d Div.. 1883; rendered supernumer-
ary, 1884. Mem. Am. Inst, of Homoeopathy, 1867 (sen-
ior mem.). Brooklyn Med. Club; Alumni Ass'n of
Hahnemann Med. Coll. of Philadelphia (v.-p.), Alum-
ni Ass'n of N. Y. Homce. Med. Coll. and Hosp. (ex-
pres.); life mem. Altair Dodge F. and A. M., life
mem. L I. Hist Soc. 1S63; life mem. N. E. Soc. (Brook-
lyn), 1881; life mem. 13th Reg't Vet. Ass'n; med.
dir. and trustee Gates Av. Homce. Dispensary; con-
sulting physician Cumberland St. Hosp.; trustee X05
sec. Shelter Island Heights Ass'n, Shelter ..



Heights, N. T.; trustee Shelter Island Yacht Club
(chm'n House Com.). Clubs: Unanimous, Nat. Arts
(N. Y. City); Rembrandt (Brooklyn). Summer resi-
dence: "Saravista," Shelter Island Heights, N. Y.
Address: 460 Clinton Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Retired mf'r; b. Issaquena Co., Miss., Jan. 6, 1868;
e. Henry V. and Sallie B. (Collins) Keep; ed. Phillips
Andover, Andover, Mass.; m. N. Y. City, Jan. 29, 1901,
Gertrude M. Luttgen. Was v.-p. and treas. H. V.
Keep Shirt Co., now retired. Served 12 years as mem.
7th Reg't, N. G. N. Y. Episcopalian. Mem. South-
ern Soc. of N. Y. City. Club: Columbia Yacht. Ad-
dress: N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Syracuse, N. Y., July 5, 1872; s. John
Wynkoop and Fannie D. (Batcheller) Keese; ed.
Lawrenceville Sch., Lawrenceville, N. J.; partial
course Princeton Coll., Hering Med. Coll., Chdcago, 111.,
M.D.; m. Syracuse, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1896, Lena Viola
Lovell; children: John Mumford, Jr., b. 1904, Thurston
Lovell, b. 1908. V.-p. staff Syracuse Horace. Hosp.;
attending physician, Old Ladies' Home; pres. Onon-
daga County Homes Med. Soc, mem. Homoe. Med. Soc.
of State of N. Y., Medico-Chirurgical Soc, Central,
N. Y. Homce. Med. Soc. Address: 215 Slocum Av.,
Syracuse, N. Y.


Consul; b. Cincinnati, O., Oct. 10, 1870; s. John
and Louise (Buehler) Kehl; ed. Cincinnati pub. schs.,
grad. Johnson & McGee's Commercial Coll.; m. Jan. 10,
1892, Corine Cordelia Beyer; children: Willard Driver,
b. Nov. 25, 1892; Naomi Louise, b. July 2, 1894. En-
gaged in printing and publfshing business eight
years. Appt'd consul at Stettin, Germany, 1897; pro-
moted Sydney, Nova Scotia, 1908; to Saloniki, Turkey,
1911. Comm'r Deeds for State of Ohio, while sta-
tioned at Stettin, Germany. Mason (32), Shriner, Hon.
pres. Am. Chamber of Commerce for the Levant,
Saloniki Branch. Recreations: Shooting, fishing. Ad-
dress: Am. Consulate, Saloniki, Turkey.

Clergyman; b. Clinton. la., July 21; 1869; s. Rev.
Albert N. and Amanda L. (Bullock) Keigwin; grad.
Princeton Univ., A.B., 1891, A.M., 1894; Lafayette Coll.,
D.D., 1906; m. 1911, Elizabeth W. Gray, of Newark,
N. J., d. Robert Gray, Jr., and Mary C. Woodruff.
Pastor First Presby'n Ch., Millville, N. J., 1895-1900;
Park Ch., Newark, N. J., 1900-1905; West End Ch.,
N. Y. City, 1905; pres. Ursinus Coll., Collegeville, Pa.,
1907-1912, in conjunction with N. Y. pastorate of West
End Ch. Republican. Mem. I. O. O. F., Northern Lodge,
F. and A. M., and Damascus Commandery, K. T., New-
ark, N. J., Theta Delta Chi fraternity; mem. Presby'n
B'd Home Missions of N. Y. City; chm'n Gen. Assem-
bly's Com. on Young People's Socs.; mem. Gen. Assem-
bly's Corns, on Evangelical Work, also Assembly Com.
Ministerial Sustentation. Author: The Heart Side of
God. Address: 324 W. 103d St., N. Y. City.

Capitalist; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1848; s. Minor H.
and Emily Meiggs Keith; ed. Stamford, Conn. Pres.
Internat. R'y Co. of Central America; pres. and dir.
Abangarez Gold Fields of Costa Rica, Costa Rica
Esperanza Mining Co., Baltimore Bridge Co., Northern
R'y Co. of Costa Rica, Banco Commercial de Costa
Rica; v.-p. and dir. Belize Royal Mail and Central
Am. Steamship Co., United Fruit Co. (Boston); dir.
Fruit IDispatch Co., The Nipe Bay Co., United Mines Co.
Clubs: Metropolitan, New York, City Midday, N. Y.
Yacht, Whitehall. Residence: Babylon, D. I. Address:
17 Battery Place, N. Y. City.


Jurist. Republican. Elected Justice of Supreme Court
for 2d Dist. for term expiring Dec 31, 1925. Resi-
dence: 923 President St. Address: County Court House,
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Actor; b. England, Oct. 10, 1856. Was intended
for the army, but joined a provincial theatrical co.
and made first appearance at the Theatre Royal,
Brighton, 1S77, and continued in the -provinces until
Aug. 6, 1881, when he created the part of "Captain
Lord Loverton" in Youth, in which he made his Lon-
don debut at the Drury Lane Theatre. First ap-
pearance in America at Wallack's Theatre, X. Y.,
as "Philip Radley" in Taken from Life, Sept. 9, 18S2.
Has created many notable parts; was a mem. of
the Madison Square Co., 1884-1885, after that with
Wallack Stock Co., and in Oct. 1887, leading man in
Daniel Frohman's Lyceum Stock Co., in which he first
ta^eared as "John Rutherford" in The Wife, and con-
COUii,j with that co unti ] !89 6| W hen he supported
N. Y

Mrs. Leslie Carter, in The Heart of Maryland. After
that became a star, playing "Edward Fletcher," in
The Moth and the Flame, with Effie Shannon as lead-
ing woman, and has continued to star in various other
Plays at the head of his own co. Address: Care of
Low's Exchange, 1123 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Artist, illustrator; b. N. Y. City, July 4, 1867; s.
Adam and Matilda (Spohr) Keller; studied at Nat.
lead, of Design and under Prof. Wilmarth, N. Y.;
and Prof. Loeffts, Munich, Germany; m. 1st, 1894,
Myra A. C. Hayes; 2d, June 3, 1908, Edith Livingston
Mason. Awarded 1st class medal Nat. Acad.; also
1st Hallgarten composition prize; gold medal, Phila-
delphia Art Club; silver medal, Paris Exp'n, 1900;
gold and silver medals, La. Purchase Exp'n, 1904;
Evans water color prize, 1903; his picture At Mass
was purchased by Munich Acad. Has illustrated many
important books, including The Right of Way, Clans-
man, To-morrow's Tangle, The Virginian and numer-
ous others; also much illustration work for the best
magazines. Mem. Am. Water Color Soc, N. Y. Water
Color Soc, Soc. of Illustrators. Clubs: Nat. Arts, Sal-
magundi, Liederkranz. Address: 876 St. Nicholas Av.,
N. Y City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Cracow, Austria, Dec,
1877; s. Hirsch and Esther (Sternberg) Keller; ed.
in schs. of Cracow, Austria, and continued in United
States by private tutprs; student of theology, Jewish
Theol. Sem. of America, 1897-1898; post-grad, work
N. Y. Post-Grad. Sch., 1909-1910; also at N. Y. Poly-
clinic Sch. and Hosp.; grad Uuniversity and Bellevue
Hosp. Med. Coll., N. Y. City, M.D., 1902; attending
surgeon to the dispensary of same inst'n, 1904-1906
(inclusive). Ass't attending orthopedic surgeon to
Roosevelt Hosp.; ass't orthopedist and instructor in
orthopedic surgery at the N. Y. Polyclinic Med. Sch.
and Hosp. Hebrew (Orthodox). Mem. Eastern Med.
Soc, N. Y. State Med. Soc, N. Y. County Med. Soc,
Med.. Ass'n of Greater City of N. Y., Med. Alliance,
Clinical Soc, N. Y. Polyclinic Sch. and Hosp., exec.
mem. Physicians' Protective League of N. Y., N. Y.
Physicians' Ass'n. Mem. Independent Order B'rith
Abraham., Jewish Publication Soc. of America, Kra-
kauer Progressive Ass'n: dir. and mem. B'd of Ed'n,
Obel Torah Soc. Address: 207 W. 110th St., N. Y. City.


Journalist; b. in Bourbon Co., Ky., July 5, 1856; s.
John Cantrill and Mary E. (Simpson) Keller; ed. Yale,
class of 1879; unmarried. After leaving college came
to N. Y. City, becoming reporter on daily newspaper,
subsequently dramatic critic, editorial writer and
mg'ng editor on various N. Y. City papers. Pres. and
comm'r Public Charities of N. Y. City, 1898-1902. Mem.
Tammany Hall; sachem Tammany Soc, 1899-1903;
prominently mentioned for nomination as Vice-Pres.
of U. S. in campaign of 1900, and went to conv. with
endorsement of N. Y. Delegation to Nat. Dem. Conv.
for that high office. Connected with Equitable Life
Assurance Soc, 1903-1906; resident v.-p. Title Guar-
anty and Surety Co. Author: Tangled Lives (a play),
and wrote articles on public charities for the Eny-
clopedia Americana. Clubs: Democratic (pres., 1899-
1900), N. Y. Press (pres., 1904-1905), Yale. Residence:
20 E. 31st St. Address: 84 William St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 6. 1851; s. Augustus AV.
and Sarah J. (Brant) Kelley; ed. Public Sch. 35, N. Y.
City; m. N. Y. City, April 22, 1S79, Christina Browne
Genin; children: Agnes Genin, Marion W., Augustus
W., Jr., Christina, Sidney Genin. V.-ip. and trustee
Union Trust Co.; dir. Colonial Bank. Republican;
Episcopalian. Trustee Ch. Mission for Deaf Mutes.
Clubs: Union League, Church. St. Andrew's Golf. ' Ad-
dress: 20 W. 88th St., N. Y. City.


Secretary Nat. Consumers' League; b. Philadelphia,
Sept. 12. 1859; d. William Darrah and Caroline Bart-
ram (Bonsall) Kelley; grad. Cornell Univ., B.Litt.,
1882; Northwestern Univ., LL.B., 1894; studied in Zu-
rich and Heidelberg, 1882-1886. Chief insp. factories.
State oif 111., 1893-1897; resident Hull House. Chicago,
1892-1899; resident Henry St. Settlement, N. Y. City,
1899-1913. Author: Some Ethical Gains Through
Legislation, 1905 (Macmillan). Translator of Fred-
erick lEngel's Condition of the Working Class in Eng-
land. Asso. editor Survfy. Trustee Nat. Child Labor
Com. Address: 106 E. 19th St., N. Y. City.'


Civil eng'r; t>. Kelley's Island, Erie Co., O., May 11,
1S59; s. William D. and Marcella (Dean) Kelley; ed.
pub. schs., normal colls., and Wooster Univ., all In



Ohio; grad. Cornell Univ., B.S., 18JS0, C.E., 1881; m.
Tarrytowii, N. Y., 1894, Isabella Silver; one s.: Will-
iam Datus, b. April 25, 1905. Followed civil eng'ring
professionally until 1893, with N. Y. & N. E. R. R. In
Boston; with Catskill Mountain R. R., location and
construction; South Pa. R. R. as ass't eng'r surveys,
location and construction; 4 years as special ass't
eng'r northern half of new Croton Aqueduct, N. Y.
City; in 1891-1892, eng'r in charge of 3d corps In-
tercontinental R'y, U. S. Gov't and Pan-Am. Gov't,
surveying and exploring from Quito, the capital of
Ecuador, to Juno, Peru, a distance, including side
lines, of about 3,000 miles in the plateau and Amazon
countries of the Andes; since 1S93 engaged in engi-
neering, building and contacting in N. Y. City. PreJ.
Kelly & Kelley, eng'rs, builders and contractors. Pres.
Cowden & De Young, electrical contractors, N. Y.
City. Dir. Leonia Heights Land Co. Independent
Democrat. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs, Nat. Geog.
Soc, Soc. Civil Eng'rs. Club: Cornell University.
Residence: 173 Roberts At.. Yonkers, N. Y. Address:
12th St. and Vernon Av., L. I. City, N. Y.


Editor Methodist Review; b. Plainfield, N. J., Feb.
13, 1843; s. Rev. Benjamin and Eliza Kelley; Am.
citizen of 277 years standing; ancestors came from
England in 1G36 to Newburyport, Mass.; grad. from
Wesleyan Univ., Middletown, Conn., A.B., 1865, D.D.
1883; Dickinson Coll., L.H.D., 1902; LL.D. Ohio Wes-
leyan Univ., 1909; m. Philadelphia, Eliza A., d. John
Whiteman. Prof. Mathematics and sciences, Pen-
nington Sem., N. J., 1866-1867; entered ministry of
M. E. Ch., 1868; pastor of prominent churches in
Camden, New Brunswick and Newark, N. J., Phila.,
Pa., Buffalo and Brooklyn, N. Y., and Middletown and
New Haven, Conn., until 1892. Lecturer and preacher
at various univs., colls., and theol. sens., contb'r for
many years to reviews and other periodicals. Trustee
Wesleyan Univ., Drew Theol. Sem. Pres. of Trustees
of Pekin (China) Univ.; mg'r Am. Bi'ble Soc; v.-p.
Missionary B'd M. E. Ch., B'd of Ed'n of M. E. Ch.
Mem. General Conference M. E. Ch. in 1896, 1900, 1904,
190S and 1912; has studied and traveled extensively
in Europe, Asia and Africa. Beginning 1893, has
been elected six times to editorship of Methodist
Review, oldest and most extensively circulated peri-
odical of its class in America (established in 1818);
eleven years book editor of M. E. Ch. Mem. Joint
Com. for making new catechism for Northern and
Southern M. E. Churches; represents his denomination
in Interdenominational Com'n on Divorce and Re-
marriage. Author: The Ripening Experience of Life,
Down the Road, The Illumined Face, Trees and Men,
Glimpses of The Soul of Gilder and The Open Fire.
Mem. Ecumenical Methodist Conference, Toronto, 1911.
Club: British Authors' (London). Address: 150 5th
Av., N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Homer, Cortland Co., N.
Y., Aug. 1, 1872; s. William Alvan and Chloe Irene
(Churchill) Kellogg; ed. Homer Acad, (valedictorian
of class if 1S91), Coll. Phys. and Surg. (Columbia),
M.D., 1S95 (Harzen Prize). Interne Bellevue Hosp.
189S-1S99; resident physician Hosp. for Scarlet Fever
and Diphtheria Patients, 1900-1903; ass't attending
physician, Minturn Hosp., since 1903; asso. attending
surgeon Governeur Hosp.; Clinical prof, diseases
of digestive system, N. Y. Polyclinic Med. Sch. and
Hosp.; prof, of Internal Medicine N. Y. Sch of Clini-
cal Medicine; physician to N. Y. Polyclinic Hosp., chief
of clinic, West Side German Dispensary; chief of
clinic, N. Y. Polyclinic Dispensary; chief of clinic,
Gouveneur Hosp. Dispensary; examiner Mutual Bene-
fit Life Ins. Co.; formerly asso. med. dir. and chief ex-
aminer Liberty Life Ins. Co. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N.
Y. State Med. Soc, Med. Soc. County of N. Y., Med.
Ass'n Greater City of N. Y., Physicians' Mutual Aid
Ass'n, Eastern Med. Soc. City of N. Y., Clinical Soc
of N. Y., Polyclinic Med. Sch. and Hosp., Soc. Alumni
of Bellevue Hosp., Am. Soc of Sanitary and Moral
Prophylaxis; N. Y. Acad, of Medicine; A. A. A. S.;
Mason (Chancellor Walworth Lodge). Address: 48
W. 51st St., N. Y. City.


Lumber merchant; b. Utica, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1866; s.
Charles Cushman and Anna Van Epps (Underhill)
Kellogg; prepared for coll. under Prof. Hoffman,
at Stockridge, Mass.; grad. in class of 1887, Sheffield
Scientific Sch., Yale Univ., Ph.B.; m. N. Y. Mills, N. Y.,
1896, Elizabeth Welch Walcott; children: Stuart Wal-
cott, b. 1897; Lois Walcott, b. 1898; Emeline Walcott,
b. 1902; Frederick Sheffield, Jr., b. 1904. Engaged as
lumber merchant, being pres. Charles C. Kellogg &
Sons Co., Utica, N. Y. Sec. and treas. Kellogg Lum-
ber Co.; dir. Browne Tract Lumber Co., Walcott &

Campbell Spinning Co., Oneida Nat. Bank. Col. in
N.G.N.Y., by apptm't; served as ass't q.-m. gen. with
rank of col. by apptm't from Govs. Levi P. Morton
and Frank Blaok. Independent; Presby'n. Mason;
mem. Delta Psi fraternity. Pres. B'd of Trustees
Utica Female Acad, for Girls; dir. Utica Y. M. C. A.,
associated Charities. Recreations: Baseball, tennis,
golf. Clubs: University (N. Y.), Fort Schuyler, Sada-
quada Golf and Tennis (Utica, N. Y.), Murray Bay
Golf. Residence: Main St., New York Mills, N. Y.;
(summer): Murray Bay, Quebec, Can. Address: 477
Genesee St., Utica, N. Y.


Jurist; engaged in the practice of law at Plattsburg,
N. Y., until elected, in 1903, on Rep. ticket to present
office of justice of the Supreme Court of N. Y., for
the fourteen year term, expiring Dec. 31, 1917. Ad-
dress, Plattsburg, N. Y.


Jurist; b. Taylor, N. Y., 1851; s. Stephen and Nancy
(Dillenbeck) Kellogg; ed. in academies, Cornell Univ.
and Albany Law Sch., LL.B., 1873; m. Henrietta Guest
Mathews. Admitted to bar, 1873, and engaged in prac-
tice of law at Ogdensburg, N. Y. Held office of re-
corder of Ogdensburg and later was county judge
of St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., and judge Court of Claims
of State of N. Y. ; appt'd Oct. 1902, justice Supreme
Court, State of N. Y.. and elected, Nov., 1903, for full
term expiring Dec. 31, 1917. Republican. Address:
Ogdensburg, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Wilmington, Del., May 13, 1865; s. Rev.
Charles D. and Mary J. (Bancus) Kellogg; ed. Island
Grove Sch., Fort Edward, N. Y., Columbia Law Sch.,
LL.B. cum laude, 1885; m. Sandy Hill, N. Y Nov. 29,
1893, Emma K. Cronkhite; children: Emma A., b.
1894; Bancus C, b. 1901; Joseph A., b. 1902; Preston
P., b. 1904. Since admission to the bar engaged in
practice at Glens Falls, N. Y. {Was confidential
ass't to Simon W. Rosendale, att'y-gen. of State of
N. Y. First deputy att'y-gen. of State of N. Y. since
Jan. 1, 1911 (except from June 1 to Dec. 31, 1911,
when served as Justice of Supreme Court of State
of N. Y. for the Fourth Judicial Dist., filling the va-
cancy caused by death of Judge Edgar A. Spencer).
Pres. Warren County Bar Ass'n. Democrat; Presby'n.
Mem. Am. Bar Ass n, State Bar Ass'n, Phi Delta Phi,
all Masonic Bodies and B. P. O. Elks. Address: Glens
Falls, N. Y.

Instructor in singing; d. Hosmer L. and Emily
(Plant) Kellogg; diploma of music, Olivet Coll., Mich.;
studied piano 3 years with William H. Sherwood, and
singing 3 years in Chicago, and 5 years in Paris.
Taught at Nice and Paris 5 years, and Omaha 4 years,
now in N. Y. Citv. Address: 1211 Carnegie Hall, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Maiden. N. Y., July 1. 1849; s. Nathan
and Helen M. Kellogg; grad. Rutgers, A.B., 1870, A.M.,
1873 (LL.D., 1901); Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 1872; m.
New Brunswick, N. J., 1874, Bessie, d. Gen. John B.
Mcintosh, U. S. A.; children: Elsie Mcintosh. Lee
Stout, Mcintosh. Admitted to bar 1872; head law
firm Kellogg & Rose; makes specialty of municipal
law. Upon his argument the labor laws known as
the Prevailing Rate of Wages Law, Cut Stone Law,
Eight Hour Law and Law relating to contracts with
State and municipalities were declared unconstitu-
tional by the Court of Appeals of the State of N.
Y., in separate decisions. Dir. Colonial Ins. Co. Epis-
copalian; vestryman All Angels' Ch. Life Trustee
Rutgers Coll. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar
Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. Co. Lawyers
Ass'n., Court House B'd of City of N. Y. Clubs:
Manhattan, Players. Delta Phi, Lawyers. Residence:
133 W. 70th St. Address: 115 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Editor; b. Kalamazoo, Mich., Sept. 30, 1879; s. Frank!
I. and Mary Foster (Underwood) Kellogg; grad. Kala-
mazoo High Sch.; took courses Columbia Univ., N. Y.
Sch. Philanthropy; hon. A. M., Amherst Coll., 1911; m,
Oct. 5, 1909, Marion Pearce Sherwood. Reporter and
city editor Kalamazoo Daily Telegraph, 1898-1901?
mn'g editor, asso. editor, now editor Survey Maga-
zine; editor. Findings cf Pittsburgh Survey (for Rus-
sell Sage Foundation, 6 volumes), 1910; dir. Pitts-
burgh Survey, 1907-1908. Ass't dir. 1913. Dep't Social
and Industrial Justice, Nat. Progressive Service. Mem.
B'd of Dirs., N. Y. City Com. on Congestion of Popu^
lation; Am. Ass'n Labor Legislation; chm'n Com. on
Occupational Standards of Nat. Conf. of Charities and
Correction, 1910. Club: Columbia Univ. Address: 105
E. 22d St., N. Y. City.




Physician; b. Grahamville. S. C, May, 1841; s. Ezra
B. Kellogg D.D. (of the Episcopal Gh.), and Anna
(Thompson) Kellogg; g.-s. of Judge Jason Kellogg,
who was for 20 years mem. N. Y. State Legislature;
ed. Kenyon Coll., Gambier, O., 1856-1860; Norwich
Univ.. Northfield, Vt, 1860-1862, A.B., 1862, later A.M.,
valedictorian (drill master and acting adj. of Military
Univ.); grad. Bellevue Hosp., Med. Coll., N. T. City,
M.D., 1805; also studied medicine 4 years in Europe
(Paris, Vienna, Berlin and London); unmarried.
Served in Civil War; pensioned for services rendered
as first lieut., 7th Squadron, R. I. Cav., 1862; num-
bered among the "coliege cavaliers" of Military Univ ,
Northfield, Vt.; father and grandfather served in U.
S. wars and were pensioned for services; direct lineal
descendant of Lieut. Joseph Kellogg of colonial re-
nown, who rendered valuable military service. Resi-
dent physician, N. T. City Lunatic Asylum, 1865-1S71;
physician-in-charge, N. Y. City Asylum for Insane,
1872-1874; in private practise of medicine, N. Y. City,
1878-1S88; first ass't physician Hudson River State
Hosp., 1888-1891; physician-in-charge, Sanford Hall
private hosp., 1891-1892; sup't Willard State Hosp.,
N. Y., 1892-1895; since 1897, .physician-in-charge of Dr.
Kellogg's House, licensed by N. Y. State for care and
treatment of mental diseases, Riverdale-on-Hudson,
N. Y. City. Companion of First Class Mil. Order
Loyal Legion of U. S. ; mem., vice-commd'r of Post,
G. A. R. Author: Text Book on Mental Diseases,
1897; also many monographs on med. subjects. Has
written outside of med. subjects on English Phonology
(Popular Science Monthly); Song of Birds (Appleton's
Annual), and Physiology of Vowel Sounds in Prof.
Plumtree's Kings College Lectures, London (3d edi-
tion). Mem. N. Y. Acad. Medicine, N. Y. County Med
Soc, N. Y. State Med. Soc, N. Y. Neurol. Soc. Medico-
Legal Soc. Am. Psychol. Ass'n, Am. Neurol. Ass'n.
Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. Republican; Episco-
palian. Mem. Nat. Geog. Soc. Recreations: Fencing,
golf. Address: Riverdale-on-Hudson, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Newark, N. J., Jan. 15, 1879; s. John
Francis and Ellen (Ryan) Kelly; grad. St. Benedict's
Coll., 1896. Seton Hall Coll., 1S99, N. Y. Univ., M A.
LL.B., 1902. Admitted to bar 1902, and has since been
in practice. Worked successfully in crusades against
installment dealers and clairvoyants in this city.
Taught commercial law, N. Y. High Sch. Traveled
extensively in British Isles, Europe, Africa, West
Indies, and South America. V.-p. and counsel Italian
Am. Construction Co.; dir. Alicia Realty Co. Counsel
and interested An Kelly & McLaughlin, leather mfg'rs,
Newark, N. J. Democrat; Catholic. Mem. Am. Bar
Ass'n, County Bar Ass'n of N. Y., Soc. Med. Jurispru-
dence, Am. Civic Alliance, St. Benedict's, Seton Hall,
St. Francis Xavier College, and N. Y. Univ. Alumni
Ass'ns; N. J. Alumni Ass'n Nat. League of Industrial
Ed'n, N. Y. Peace Soc, Italian Circle, German Verein,
Nat. Union, Irish Am. Athletic Ass'n, Nat. Geog. Soc,

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