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Sch., New Orleans; Roanoke Coll.. Va.: Univ. of La.,
where was awarded Ave of the six medals given by
that univ. (Latin, Mathematics, Ancient History, Eng-







A small home school for Girls of 8 to 16 years

Location, 20 miles from Boston, on a country estate
of 26 acres, on high ground

HE house was recently built especially for school
purposes, and its equipment is modern in every

Q Ample facilities for Tennis, Field Hockey and
other Outdoor Sports, under the direction of our
Mistress of Field Games.



School advertisements continued on page ^16



Miss Sayward's School




Certificate admits to leading colleges

Music department.
Physical training,
outdoor sports, horse-
back riding, swim-
ming. Grounds and
building enlarged.
Develops character,
mind and body.

Miss S. JANET SAYWARD, Principal

Girls' Latin School


BALTIMORE is a college preparatory
school for boarding and day pupils. It
certificates to Goucher, Vassar, Wellesley,
Smith and Mt. Holyoke.

Scholastic Record of Graduates

Total number of graduates . . . 492
Total number who have entered college 384
Number of graduates who have won

Goucher College scholarships
Number of graduates who have won the

Phi Beta Kappa Key
Number of graduates who have won

graduate honors from colleges
Number of graduates who are now

teachers in colleges and secondary schools
Number of graduates who received the

A.B. degree in 191 3 . . . .




MISS WILMOT, A.B., Headmistress

Calverl and Twenty-third Streets

The Hannah More


cademy school for


Healthful Location in the Country
near Baltimore




Aims to develop the whole girl

along the highest lines, amid

surroundings of culture

and refinement.

For Catalogue and Information, Address

Miss ANNA L. LAWRENCE, Principal
P. O., Reisterstown, Maryland


1906 Florida Avenue N. W.,


Established 1892

Preparatory, , Aca-
demic and Elective
Courses. Two years'
collegiate work.
Special advantages in
Music, Art and Ex-
pression. Building
specially planned.
Gymnasium and Ten-
nis Court.

Mrs. BEVERLEY R. MASON, Principal
Miss E. M. CLARK, L.L.A., Associate

School advertisements continued on pane -'til



lish, Essay and Elocution), A.B., 1SS2; Johns Hopkins
Univ. (where was one of "Seminary of Hist, and
Polit. Science of 1SS4"), and Law Dep't Tulane Univ.
of La, LL.B., 18S6. Ass't instr. mathematics Tulane
Univ. of La., 1S85-1SSG. Admitted to La. Bar, and to
bar of U. S. courts, 18S0; practised in New Orleans
until 1S9S; master in chancery of U. S. Circuit Court
in receivership of Texas & Pacific R'v Co. Was critic
of French opera for New Orleans Daily States, 1S93-
1S9S; sec. Municipal Improvement Ass'n of New Or-
leans; pres. Southern League of Building and Loan
Ass'ns, 1S91-1S97; pres. Interstate League of Building
and Loan Ass'ns, 1S94-1S9S; removed to N. T. City,
Dec, 1S97, to become editor Savings and Loan Review;
admitted to N. T. Bar, 1905. Mem. Md. Soc. of N. Y.,
N. Y. Alumni Sigma Chi, Japan Soc. of N. Y., N. Y.
Alumni of Johns Hopkins Univ. Club: Lotos. Ad-
dress: 2TG2 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Insurance; b. Hartford, Conn., May G, 1S46; s. Leon-
ard, Jr., and Parthenia (Robinson) Kennedy; ed. pub-
lic schs. of Milwaukee, Wis., and Milwaukee Univ.
(now defunct); m. N. Y. City. Dec. 2, 1S7G, Lucv Brace
Pratt; children: Sidney Robinson, b. 1878; Susan Pratt,
b. 1SS2; Leonard, b. 1SSG. Engaged in insurance busi-
ness in N. Y. City. Has served as park comm'r in
Brooklyn two terms; pres. comm'n to acquire and
plan the Shore Road. Has traveled all over U. S., and
extensively in Europe. Republican; Congregationalist.
Trustee Brooklyn Inst, of Arts and Sciences; mem.
Soc. Mayflower Descendants, Soc. Colonial Wars, Sons
of Revolution. Author: The Contest for California
in 1S61 (Houghton, Mifflin Co.) Recreations: Golf,
literature. Clubs: Down Town, N. Y. City, Hamilton
(Brooklyn), Nassau Country. Address: 33 Prospect
Park West, Brooklyn, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Elizabethport, N. J., May 28, 1S60;
s. James and Ann E. Kennedy; grad. Hobart Coll.,
1SS1; Gen. Theol. Sem., 1SS4; m. Brooklyn, 1S89, Au-
gusta S., d. late Thomas and Lydia Gearing. Ordained
deacon in Episcopal Ch., 1884, and priest, 1885, by
Bishop Doane, of Albany; missionary in charge of
Claverack, Philmont and Chatham, N. Y., 1884-1888;
Tarentum and Freeport, Pa., 1S8S; became ass't at
St. Mark's Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1890, and rector, 1900;
grand chaplain of F. and A. M., State of N. Y. 1902-
1904. Mem. Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. Author: CRurch
History in Question and Answer. Address: Eastern
Parkway and Brooklyn Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.


State treas. of N. Y.; b. Buffalo, N. Y., 1S56; ed. pub-
lic schs. of Buffalo, St. Joseph's Coll.; m. Buffalo, 1881,
Ottillie Schupp; children: William H, Jane. Started
life in uncle's grain and freight contracting business;
became identified as sponsor of many movements for
development of city's commerce and industry, especially
public baths and playgrounds; served several times
as acting mayor and pres. B'd of Aldermen; 12 vears
mem. Dem. State Con v.; delegate to every Dem. State
Conv., 1SS4-1910, and closely identified with Erie County
Dem. org'n; formerly representative in Buffalo Com-
mon Council; elected State Treas., 1910. Democrat;
Catholic. Mem. Catholic Benevolent Legion, Ancient
Order Hibernians, Catholic Mutual Benevolent Ass'n,
Knights of Columbus, Elks Eagles, Buffalo Chamber
of Commerce. Address: State Treasurer's Office, Al-
bany, N. Y.


Telephone official; b. Corning, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1867;
s. Thomas (who was for many years connected with
the freight dep't of N. Y. Central & Hudson River
R. R. Co. at Corning) and Mary Kennedy; ed. common
schs.; grad Corning Free Acad., 1885; m. Sept. 11,
1S98, Elizabeth B., d. of P. E. Stanton of Buffalo. En-
tered the employ of the Fall Brook R. R. as clerk,
which position held 13 years. Appt'd, 1892, City Clerk
of Corning, and served for two years; in 18*94 and
1895 represented the second dist. of Corning in the
B'd of Supervisors of Steuben County, and for the
two following years was mem. of B'd. of Aldermen of
City of Corning. Chm'n Republican Citv Com. of
Corning for 14 years. In 189S appt'd postmaster of
Corning, by Pres. McKinley, and reappt'd bv Pres.
Roosevelt; appt'd Sec. of State B'd of R. R. Comm'rs,
Aug. 25. 1905: sec. to the Public Service Comm'n,
Second Dist., Julv 16, 1907: now in an exec, position
with N. Y. Telephone Co. Mem. Knights of Columbus.
Clubs: Fort Orange (Albany), Corning (Corning), Re-
publican. Atlantic Yacht, N. Y. Railroad (N. Y.). Ad-
dress: 15 Dey St., N. Y. City.


Fire underwriter, author; b. Brooklyn. N. Y., Nov.
19, 1S75; s. E. R. and Lucy B. (Pratt) Kennedy; ed.

Phillips-Andover Acad., and Yale Univ., A.B.; m.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 15 190G, Natalie Stanton; one
son, Sidney R., Jr., b. 1912. Author: The Lodestar (a
novel, Macmillan); and in collaboration with Alden S.
Noble. White Ashes (a novel, Macmillan). Contb'd
occasional fiction and Balkan travel articles to Har-
per's Weekly, N. Y. Evening Post and other papers.
Mn'g underwriter of Eastern Dep't of Fidelity-Phenix
Fire Ins. Co. of N. Y. Treas. and dir. Edgewood Ter-
race Realty Co. Progressive; Congregationalist. Mem.
Yale Chapter, Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Treas.
Tenement House Com. of Brooklyn Bureau of Char-
ities. Recreations: Tennis, squash, golf. Clubs: Down
Town Ass'n, Yale (N. Y.). Heights Casino. Crescent
Athletic (Brooklyn). Residence: 200 Hicks St., Brook-
lyn. Address: 80 Maiden Lane, N. Y. City.


Publisher; b. Burslem, England, Aug. 14. 1878; ed.
in English public schs. Came to N. Y. City as N. Y.
mg'r of business of John Lane, publisher, London,
1S96-1900; business mg'r of The Smart Set magazine,
1900-1901; founded 1901 and edited 1901-1904 The
Reader Magazine: since 1905 in publishing business
in N. Y. City. Clubs: Lotos, Manhattan. Residence:
Mamaroneck, N. Y. Address: 2 E. 29th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Tewksbury, Mass., May 23, 1859; s.
Zebulon Davis and Lucy (Shedd) Kenneson; grad.
Phillips Exeter Acad., 1876; from Harvard Univ., A.B.,
1S80 (A.M.); Harvard Law Sen., LL.B., 1S83; LL.M.
and J.D., from N. Y. Univ.; unmarried. Engaged in
practise of law in N. Y. City from graduation; for-
merly mem. law firm of Kenneson, Grain & Ailing:
Kenneson & Emley. Prof, of law in Law Sch. of
N. Y. Univ. Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Ass'ni of
the Bar of the City of N. Y., Civil Service Reform
Ass'n. Club: Harvard. Address: 6S W. 49th St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 11, I860; s. Andrew
and Katherine Kent; ed. Brooklyn Poly. Inst.; grad.
U. S. Naval Acad., 1SS2; Columbia Coll. Law Sch.,
1887; m. N. Y. City, Jan. 12, 1898, Lilias Juanita
Grace; children: Katherine, b. Nov. 9, 1S98; George
Edward, Jr., b. Sept. 14, 1901; Lilias Margarita, b.
May 29, 1909. Practised law in N. Y. City and U. S.
Navy Court Martial cases, most important being de-
fense of navigator of U. S. S. Kearsarge, charged
with loss of that vessel. Served on board U. S. S.
Powhatan and Vandalia; lieut. and adj. 1st Naval Bat-
talion, N. Y. June 23, 1891-July 1, 1S92; lieut. -comd'r
and exec, officer July 1, lS92-May 24, 1898; lieut.,
U. S. N., May 24, 1898-Oct. 5, 189S, during Spanish-
Am. War; exec, officer U. S. S. Celtic, staff of Rear-
Admiral Henrv Erben, U. S. N., and Navy Yard, N. Y.
Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. N. Y. County Lawyers
Ass'n. Naval and Mil. Order of the Spanish-Am. War,
Naval Order of the United States. Clubs: Union, Uni-
versity, Meadow Brook, Piping Rock, N. Y. Yacht,
Automobile, Down Town Ass'n. Residence: Jericho,
L. I., N. Y., and 6 E. 86th St. Address: 63 Beaver St.,
N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Putnam, Conn., Aug. 14. 1876; s. John
Bryden, M.D., and Helen A. (Manning) Kent; grad.
Brown Univ., A.B., 1899: Coll. Phys. and Surg.. M.D.,
1903; m. Mamaroneck, N. Y.. June 14, 1905, Florence
Senev Cornell; children: Dorothy, b. 1906; James
Manning, Jr., b. 1911. Interne N. Y. Hosp., 1903-1905;
attending physician Seton Hosp. since 1910. Inde-
pendent; Episcopalian. Mem. N. Y. County Med. Soc,
N. Y. State Med. Soc. Recreation: Golf. Clubs: Brown
Univ. (N. Y.). Englewood Country. Address: 495 West
End Av., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Wilmington, Del., Oct. 24, 1855; s. James
and Janet (Scott) Kent; ed. public schs. of Philadel-
phia; m. Philadelphia, Oct. 24, 1880, Ella R. King; 2d,
Woodbury, N. J., Dec. 15, 1886. Caroline Earl Riddle;
children: Janet Scott b. 1SS1; William Riddle, b. 1890.
Bank clerk, Philadelphia. 1S74-18S0; cashier Atlantic
City Nat. Bank, Atlantic City, 1881-1886; cashier
Passaic Nat. Bank. Passaic, N. J., 18S6-1S99; pres. Mer-
chants Bank of Passaic. V.-p. Stapleton Nat. Bank,
Stapleton, N. Y.; Rockland Co. Trust Co., Nyack. N. Y.;
Metuchen Nat. Bank, Metuchen, N. J. Republican.
Elder Presby'n Ch., Passaic, N. J. Dir. Y. M. C. A.,
Passaic, N. J. Mem. Presby'n Union St. Andrew's
Soc. Club: Hardware. Residence: Passaic, N. J.
Address: 31 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Consulting eng'r. author of books on eng'ring; b.
Philadelphia, March 5, 1851; s. James and Janet



(Scott) Kent; grad. Central High Sen., Philadelphia,
A.B., 1868, A.M., 1873; Cooper Union, N. Y., 18(2
(diploma and bronze medal); Stevens Inst. Tech-
nology, M.E., 1870; hon. Si-U Syracuse Univ., 1905;
m. Jersey City, N. J., Feb. 25, 187'J, Marion W. Smith;
children: Robert Thurston, b. July 17, 1880; Agnes
Scott, b. Feb. 4, 1884; Edward Raylor, b. Dec. 6, 1888.
Made research on alloys of copper and tin and copper
and zinc, under direction of Prof. R. H. Thurston, for
U. S. Testing B'd, 1875-1S77; editor Am. Manufacturer,
Pittsburgh, 1877-1879; with Shoenberger & Co., iron
and steel mf'rs, Pittsburgh, 1879-1882; with Babcock
& Wilcox Co., steam boiler mf'rs, Pittsburgh and
N. Y. City, 1882-1885; with Springer Torsion Balance
Co., as gen. mg'r of scale works, 1885-1890; consult-
ing eng'r, N. Y. City, 1890-1903. Mem. N. J. State
Comm'n on Pollution of Streams, 1898-1S99; dean and
prof. mech. eng'ring, Lyman C. Smith Coll. Applied
Science, Syracuse Univ., 1903-1908. Has made six
trips to Europe and one to Mexico. Republican;
Presby'n. Mem. Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs, Am. Soc.
Mech. Eng'rs (v.-p. 1S8S-1890), Am. Soc. Heating and
Ventilating Eng'rs (pres. 1905), hon. mem. Technology
Club of Syracuse (pres. 1905). Fellow A.A.A.S. (v.-p.
sect. D, 1895). Author: The Mechanical Engineer's
Pocketbook, 1895 (Wiley); Steam Boiler Economy,
1901 (Wiley); also numerous papers in transactions
of Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs and Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs:
cont'b'r to Appleton's Cyclopedia of Mechanics, and
Johnson's Universal Cyclopedia; asso. editor Eng'ring
News, 1895-1903; pres. Technical Literature Co. and
editor Industrial Engineering Digest, 1910. Recrea-
tions: Travel, reading, summer vacations. Clubs:
Engineers. New York, Machinery. Delta Tau Delta,
Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi. Address: 120 W. 32d St., N. Y.


Architect; b. Bangor, Me., Feb. 23, 1S60; s. Henry
Mellen and Harriet Ann (Farnham) Kent; grad.
Phillips Exeter Acad., 1878; Harvard Univ., A.B., 1882;
m. Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1887, Jessie Adams; children:
Agnes Mellen, b. 1888; Winthrop, b. 1891; Katharine,
b. 1894; Charlotte Austin, b. 1897; Frances Adams, b
1899. Pupil of H. H. Richardson, Boston, and one of
designers with Messrs, Heins & La Farge, of the
successful design for St. John The Divine, N. Y. City;
also designed Temple Beth Zion, Buffalo, N. Y., con-
structed by E. A. Kent and W. W. Kent, and asso-
ciated with brother, E. A. Kent, designed and con-
structed Church of Our Father, Buffalo, N. Y., and
with firm, Jardine, Kent & Jardine, later Jardine,
Kent & Hill, man\- office bld'gs, private dwellings,
etc., in N. Y. and elsewhere. Traveled for study in
Europe; also writing for magazines; now retired.
Temporarily occupied in architectural writing and
research in Italian works of the Renaissance. Author.
Architectural Wrought Iron, and (with Mr. Henry
R. Towne) "Handbook of Hardware for Architects.
and the Schools of Ornament." Trustee of village of
Bronxville, N. Y., for some years. Independent Re-
publican; Unitarian. Mem. Am. Inst, of Architects
(and of N. Y. Chapter), Architectural League of N. Y.,
Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Hasty Pudding Soc.
and O. K. of Harvard. Recreations: Golf, tennis,
boating, hunting, fishing. Club: Harvard. Residence:
Lawrence Park. Bronxville, N. Y. Address: Harvard
Club, 27 W. 44th St., N. Y. City.


Dean of Coll., Alfred Univ.; b. Ashaway. R. I.. Aug.
2, 1850; s. Edwin O. and Cordelia (Burdick) Kenyon;
ed. high sch., Mystic, Conn., 1866-1S67; high sch.,
Hope Valley, R. I.. 1867-1868; Alfred Univ., Alfred,
N. Y., B.S., 1874; M.S., 1S77; Sc.D., 1905; Cornell Univ.,
1887; m. Alfred, N. Y., Aug. 30 1873. Mary Veola BaJb-
cock; children: Grace, b. 1874; Dora, b. 1876; Agnes,
b. 1886. Prof, of Mathematics since 1S74; dean of
coll. since 1909. Treas. S. D. B. Ed'n Soc, 1888-1909;
sec. Alfred Mutual Loan Ass'n, 1896-1910, now dir. :
trustee and pres. of stockholders of Alfred Univ., dir.
Univ. Bank. Traveled in Italy, Great Britain, Bel-
gium and Germany. Was first pres. Village of Alfred,
and minor political offices, as trustee, inspector and
city engineer, etc. Independent; S. D. Baptist. Mem.
Na't. Ed'n Ass'n. Residence: 33 S. Main St. Address:
Dean's Office. Alfred Univ., Alfred, N. Y.


Electrical eng'r; b. Baldwinsville. N. Y., Nov. 19,
1879: s. Jacob Cook and Nora (Betts) Kenyon: ed.
Baldwinsville schs., 18SS-1899; Paris, preparing for
Ecole Central. 1899-1900; Sibley Coll., Cornell Univ.,
1900-1901: Konigliche Teehnisohe Hochschule, Char-
lottenberg, Germany. 1001-1903: Sibley Coll.. Cornell.
1903-1904, and received M.E. degree; m. Baldwins-
ville. N. Y., -Sept. 19. inn::, Vivah Johansson; one d.,
Vivan Elsa Greta, b. April 27, 1907. First position

with Electric Railway Test Comm'n. St. Louis, 1904,
1905-1908 editor book dep't McGraw Pub. Co.; 1909,
editor McGraw-Hill Book. Co.; Jan., 1910-Sept. 1910,
asso. editor Elec. World; with Western Elec. Instru-
ment Co., Newark, N. J., as consulting engineer, Oct.,
1. 11 May, 1913. Since May, 1913, mem. firm Kenyon,
Baldwin & Ballin, development eng'rs; haa translated
Claudel's Handbook of Mathematics from French; H.
Armagnat's Induction Coils (French); Michalkes'
Stray Currents from Electric Railways, from German.
Has written parts of three sections and all of nine
sections in the Standard Handbook for Electrical
Engineers and edited the entire volume. Asso. mem.
Am. Inst, of Elec. Eng'rs; mem. Nat. Geog. Soc. Sigma
Xi (honor, soc. and chapter). Am. Electro-Chem. Soc,
N. Y. Elec. Soc, Soc. for the Promotion of Eng'ring
Ed'n. Has made a specialty of languages; German,
French, Spanish, Swedish and Italian. Adress: Euclid
Av., River View Manor, Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Brooklyn, N. Y.; s. Capt. Ralph Wat-
son and Juiia (Waterman) Kenyon; ed. Brooklyn Poly.
Inst.; grad. Columbia Coll., AjB., 1878 (English Sem.
prize, 1S7S), A.M., 1881; Episcopal Theol. Sch., Cam-
bridge, Mass., S.T.B., 1881; Univ. of N. Y., LL.B., 1898;
St. John's Coll., D.D., 1899; m Brooklyn, N. Y.. Nov.
10, 1891, Elise Chesebrough Rathbone. Ordered deacon,
1881. ordained priest, 1882, by Bishop Littlejohn, in
Episcopal ministry. Formerly ass't St. Luke's Ch., Brook-
lvn. N. Y. 1881; rector Holy Innocents' Ch., Albany,
N. Y.. 1881-1887; asso. and rector Ch. of the Holy
Sepulchre N. Y. City, 1887-1S89; ass't St. Ann's Ch.,
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1889-1892; rector Ch. of the Archangel.
N. Y. City, 1892-1899. Prof. Apologetics and Christian
Ethics and sec. of faculty of Amity Theol. Sch., N. Y.
City, since 1902. Chaplain. Master's Lodge, No. 5,
F. and A. M. (Albany, N. Y.), 1882-1887; delegate to
Federate Council of Episcopal Ch., representing Dio-
cese of Albanv 1884-1887. Admitted to bar of N. Y.
State, 1898: in U. S. Courts, 1902. Writer of editorials,
essays, sermons, etc., on ethical and social topics.
Life mem. Alumni Ass'n of Columbia Univ.: mem. Soc.
Colonial Wars. Soc. Mayflower Descendants. Club:
Cambridge. Address: 43 Halsey St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Retired merchant; b. Chenango Co., N. Y., 1837; s.
Whitman and Mary (Ecclestone) Kenyon; ed. Bing-
hamton and Oxford; m. 1st, Owego, N. Y., 1861. Desbia
Piatt Rugg (niece of Senator T. C. Piatt); 2d. N. Y.
City, 1899, Bertha L. Barrelle; children: Charles K., b
1S6H; Whitman Wilcox, b. 1903; Richard B.. b. 1905.
Late mem. firm Kenyon & Newton. Brooklyn; now
retired. Trustee Kings Co. Trust Co. Has traveled
extensively, visiting nearly every country. Mem.
comm'n laying out parks in City of Brooklyn. Re-
publican; Episcopalian. Mem. L.I. Hist. Soc, Brook-
lvn Inst. Arts and Sciences. Clubs: Hamilton, Rem-
brandt, Atlantic Yacht. Address: Oakside, Smith-
town. Suffolk Co., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Hartford, Conn.. Jan. 5, 1856; s. Robert
and Jean (Houston) Kenyon: grad. Coll. City of N. Y.,
A.B., 1876 A.M., 1SS3; Columbia Coll.. LL.B.. 1879: m.
Cincinnati, Ohio, April 21, 1S87, Maria Wellington
Stanwood (died June 25, 1905): children: Dorothy,
h. 1888; Theodore Stanwood, b. 1S90; William Houston.
Jr., b. 1900; m. Xenia, Ohio. June 8, 1909, Destra
Kinney. Practising in New Y'ork City from gradua-
tion, with specialty in patent law: senior mem. Ken-
yon & Kenyon. Served in 7th Reg't. N. G. N. Y., 1877-
1884. Republican. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n. Ass'n Bar
City of X. Y.. N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n, Am. Soc.
Electrical and Mech. Eng'rs, Delta Kappa Epsilon
fraternity. Phi Beta Kappa. Clubs: University,
Eng'rs. City Midday (N. Y. City), University (Phil-
adelphia). Residence (summer): Lakeville. Conn.;
321 W. S2d St., N. Y. City. Address: 49 Wall St.. N. Y.


Comm'r Municipal Civil "Service, lawyer; b. New
Rochelle, N. Y.. Apr. IS. 1881; s. Martin J. and Mary
C. (Whiting) Keogh: grad. Harvard Univ.. A.B., 1903.
Mem. law firm Hoffman, Keogh & Jay. Deputy Ass't
District Att'y N. Y. County. 1906-1909. Democrat.
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: Racquet and
Tennis. Harvard, Manhattan. Democratic. Metropolitan
(Wash., D C). Address: 60 W. 10th St., N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. in Ireland. 1855; s. John and Margaret
Keogh; ed. public schools. N. Y. Univ., LL.B.. 1876,
LL.D., 1906: m. New Rochelle, N. Y., 1894. Katharine
Temple Emmet. Admitted to bar, 1S76; Presidential
elector, 1886. Democrat. Elected, by votes of both



leading- parties, Justice Supreme Court, N. Y., 1895, for
term expiring Dec. 1, 1909; re-elected for term ex-
piring Dec. 31, lt>22. Address: 300 Pelham Rd., New
Rochelle, N. Y.


Banker, broker; b. Constanz, Germany, 1843; s.
Karl and Marie Keppler; ed. N. V. City; m. N. Y. City,
1SGS, Elsie Gramra, of London. Mem. firm of Rudolph
Keppler & Co.; dir. N. V. Stook Exchange Building
Co., South Porto Rico Sugar Co., Mem. Am. Geog. Soc,
Fine Arts Soc. Scientific Alliance. N. Y. Acad, of
Sciences, Met. Museum of Art, Am. Museum of Natural
History. Clubs: Union League, Deutscher Verein.
Residence: 28 W. 70th St. Address: 25 Broad St.,
N. Y. City.


Conductor, composer; b. Harford, Germany, Feb. 28,
1857; s. Gustave Adolph and Elizabeth Iverker; pa-
rents were both musicians and his first instructors in
music. ' Conductor at N. Y. Casino since 18S9. Com-
poser: The Pearl of Pekin; The Belle of New York,
and other operas. Address: 115 Manhattan Av., N. Y.


Treas. Dollar Savings Bank; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 7,
1803; s. J. Ogden and Jeannette C. (Mackellar) Kern;
ed. in various N. Y. State schools; unmarried. Began
as bank clerk in N. Y. City, and since 1894 has been
trustee and successively sec. and treas. Dollar Savings
Bank. Had two years' mercantile experience with
mf'g of cooperage materials in Detroit, Mich., 1890-
1892. Christian (undenominational); active in mission
work; trustee and treas. 140th St. Mission. Address:
Dollar Savings Bank, N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. August 12, 1S76; s. Joseph Frederic and
Mary (Stuart) Kernochan; ed. St. Mark's Sen., South-
borough, Mass.; grad. Yale Univ., A.B., 1898, N. Y. Law
Sen., LL.B., 1900; m. N. Y. City, 7an. 26, 1910, Eliza-
beth Lawrence Howland. Lawyer, ass't corp'n counsel
and deputy ass't dist. att'y, B'd of City Magistrates 1st
div.; appt'd Justice Court of Sp'l Sessions, July, 1913.
Private Battery A, Pa. Art'y. U. S. V. (Spanish "War,
189S). Private, Squadron A, N. Y. Cav., N.G.N.Y.
1st lieut. and ass't q.-m. 12th Reg't Inf., N.G.N.Y.
Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Scull and Bones Soc.
(Yale Univ.), Delta Kappa Epsilon, N. Y. Probation
Ass'n (dir.). Clubs: Manhattan, Democratic, Knick-
erbocker. Address: 829 Park Av., N. Y. City.


Anatomist, educator; b. Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1873,
s. Abram T. and Rebecca (Marshall) Kerr; ed. com-
mon and high schools of Buffalo, Cornell Univ., B.S.,
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