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Sigma Nu, Sigma XI. Club. Town and Gown. Ad-
dress: Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.


Railroad official; b. Newburgh, N. Y., Feb. 1. 1S51;
s. George W. and Margaret T. L. Kerr; ed. public
schs., Newburgh, N. Y., and Trinity Sch., N. Y. City;
m. Newburgh, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1881, Elizabeth R. Case;
children: Marian M., Katharine, John. Admitted to
bar, 1872, after studying law in the office of E. A.
Brewster, Newburgh, N. Y. ; practised in Newburgh
until 18S2; removed to N. Y. and became att'y for N.
Y., Ontario & Western R'y Co., of which was v.-p.
and gen. counsel until elected pres., Sept. 18, 1913;
v.-p. Scranton Coal Co. Recorder City of Newburgh,
1874-187S. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Address:
Grand Central Terminal, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. N. Y. City, May 11, 1870; s. Charles
Hutchinson and Ganes Turnbull (Miller) Kerr; ed. in
public schools and Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., M.D.,
1892. Engaged in practise of medicine in Brooklyn
from graduation, specializing in diseases of children.
Author: Diagnostics of the Diseases of Infants and
Children; The Baby Its Care and Development; Care
and Training of Children, and Surgical Diseases of
Children. Visiting pediatrist Williamsburg Hosp. since

isvi physician to Swedish Hosp., and Methodist Epis-
copal Hosp., Brooklyn, Bushwick Hosp.. consultant to
children's dep't of Rockaway Beach Hosp. and Indus-
trial Home lor Children. Mem. N. Y. 'State Med. Soc.,
Brooklyn Med. Soc, Brooklyn Pediatric Soc. (pres.),
Pathol. Soc, Long Island Med. Soc. (v.-p.). Address:
42 Gates Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Physician; b, Brooklyn, N. Y'., March 13, 1856; s.
Isaac A. and Debora M. (Robbins) Ketcham; ed. Col-
lege Grammar Sch., Brooklyn, Pennington (N. J.)
Inst., L. I. Coll. Hosp., 1876; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec.
19, 1882, Ida J. Knight; children: Florence, b. 1884:
George Franklin, b. 1886. House physician and sur-
geon in St Peter's Hosp., 1870; physician to the chil-
dren's dep't, Brooklyn City Dispensary, 1877-1882.
Mem. Phi Kappa Sigma. Dir. and sec. L. I. Free Lib-
rary. Recreations: Travel, music. Address: 378
Adelphi St., (Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Dover Plains, Dutchess Co., N. Y., Aug.
S, 1865; s. John H. and Augusta A. (Belden) Ketcham;
grad. Yale, A.B., 1887; Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 1889;
m. Englewood, N. J., Sept. 12, 1889, Sallie Bray Hol-
man; children: Henry Holman, Katharine, John Bel-
den. Emgaged in active practise of law. Dir. Liv-
ingston Realty Co. Republican; defeated candidate
for Congress in 2d Cong. Dist. (Kings Co.) in 1900;
beaten by 207 votes in dist. normally Democratic by
5,000; unsuccessful candidate on Republican ticket
for dist. att'y in Kings Co., 1904. Episcopalian. 'Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Psi Upsilon fraternity. Clubs:
Yale (N. Y. City); Hamilton, Oxford, Crescent Ath-
letic (Brooklyn); Dyker Meadow Golf. Address: 2
Rector St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer and surrogate of Kings County; b. Hunt-
ington, L. I., Nov. 2, 1850; s. Ebenezer P. and Frances
(Taylor) Ketcham; ed. Williams Coll., class of 1871;
m. Portland, Maine, Feb. 14, 1874, Oliva E. Phillips;
children: Phillips, Kate Davies, Julia Jermain, Her-
bert W. After leaving college studied law and was
admitted to the bar, engaging in practise in Brooklyn
until elected to present office as surrogate of Kings
County. Democrat, Congregationalism Mem. Brooklyn
Bar Ass'n. Clubs: Lincoln, Brooklyn, Crescent Ath-
letic, Kings County, Democratic Address: 235 Gates
Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Corporation official; b. town of Perinton, Monroe
Co., N. Y., March 12, 1872; s. Andrew Ryan and Ger-
trude Eliza (Hinman) Ketcham; ed. Country school,
two years at State Normal Sch., Fredonia, N. Y., and
Caton's Business Coll., Buffalo, N. Y.; m. Buffalo, June
29, 1898, Anna L. Harper; children: Agnes Elizabeth,
b. 1900; Stanley Ryan, Jr., b. 190S. After finishing at
business coll. became identified with the real estate
business in Buffalo. 1899 went to Philadelphia and
became identified with the Lackawanna & Wyoming
Valley Rapid Transit Co., moving to N. Y. in 1905
in connection with the same r'y operation. Discon-
tinued connection with said r'y operation in 1907, and
in 19O8-190U became identified as dir, sec. and treas.
Ketcham & Co.; Carolina-Tennessee Power Co.; Caro-
lina Construction corp'n; Union Metallurgical Co. Re-
publican, Methodist. Mem. Wayne (Pa.) Lodge, F.
and A. M., 581; Montgomery Chapter 262, Royal Arch
Masons, Ardmore, Pa.; St. Albans Commandery, K.T.,
47, Philadelphia Consistory 320, 32". Recreations are:
Golf, automoWling. Clubs: Lawyers, Republican, The
Lambs. Residence: 15 Maple St., Bronxville, N. Y.
Address: 115 Broadway. N. Y. City.


Surgeon; b. Fort Moultrie, Charleston Harbor, S. C.
Aug. 28, 1843; s. Maj.-Gen. Erasmus (U. S. A.) and
Caroline M. KeyeS; grad. Yale. A.B., 1863, A.M.. 1863;
Med. Dept. Univ. of N. Y., M.D., 1866 (LLD.); sp'l
courses in France; m. Georgetown, D. C, Sarah M.
Loughborough. Lecturer, 1871-1872; prof, genito-
urinary surgery, 1872-1S90, Bellevue Hosp. Med. Col-
lege; since 1890, consulting surgeon to Bellevue Hosp.
V.-p. Acad, of Medicine; membre de 1' Association
d'Urologie, France; pres. at various times several med.
socs., local and iat. Author: Tonic Treatment of
Syphilis; Veneral Diseases; Surgery of the Kidney
and Bladder and the Genitalia in the Male. Mem. Met.
Museum of Art. Clubs: Century, Metropolitan, Mea-
dow Golf (Southampton); Shinnecock Golf, Tuxedo.
Residence: Tuxedo Park, N. Y. Address: 100 E. 79th
St., N. Y. City.


Surgeon; b. Elizabeth N. J.. March 15, 1873; s. Ed-
ward L. and Sarah M. (Loughborough) Ke'yes; grad.



Georgetown Coll. (D. C), A.B., 1892; Ph.D., 1901; Colk
Phys. and Surg. (Columbia Univ.), M.D., 1895; m. N. V.
City, .Nov. 17, 1898, Emma Willard Scudder; children.
Edward L. 3d, b. 1899; Emma Scudder, b. 1902; Eliza-
beth Hewlett, b. 19i>5, Alexander Loughborougn, b.
1911; John H. iS., b. 1913. Adjunct prof, urology at N.
Y. Polyclinic Med. Sch., 1908-1910; sp'l lecturer on
urology, Georgetown Med. Coll. (D. C), 1899-1903;
prot. of urology, Bellevue and N. Y. Univ. Med. Coll.,
1910-1911; Surgeon Bellevue and St. Vincent's Hosp. ;
prof, urology, Cornell Med. Sch.; consulting surgeon
to Nyack, Westfield (iMass), Hackensack, St. Joseph's
(Yonkers), St. Vincent and Smith Infirmary (S.I.)
Hosps. Author: Genlto-Urinary Diseases (Appleton,

1903, 1910); Syphilis (Appleton, 1908), and various
contb'ns to med. journals. Catholic. Pres. Soc. Sani-
tary & Moral Prophylaxis. Mem. Internat. Surg. &
Internat. Urologlcal Socs., Am. Med. and Am. Urologi-
cal Ass'ns, Am. Ass'n Genito-TJrinary Surgeons (ex-
pres.), N. Y. Acad. Med., County Med. Soc, Med. and
Surg. Soc. Alumni N. Y. and St. Vincent's Hosp. and

Stonyhurst and Georgetown Coll.; corr. mem. Soc.
Francaise de Dermatologie et Syphilographie. Clubs:
University, Columbia University. Address: 109 E. 34th
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Mt. Vision N. Y., July 6, 1S66; s. Omar
and Mary H. (Cheney) Keyes; ed. Ft. Edward Colle-
giate Inst., Syracuse Univ. N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B., 1895;
m. Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1897; children: Donald
Omar, b. 1S98; Edith Ella, b. 1899. Republican. Mem.
Psi Upsilon fraternity. Author: Wall Street as Amer-
ica's Monte Carlo. Address: Laurens, N. Y.


Physician; b. Elmira, N. Y., April IS, 1870; d. David
C. Thro and Mary C. (Flood) Keyes; g. d. late P. H.
Flood (twice mayor of Elmira, and surgeon 107th N
Y. Vols, in Civil War); ed. in Convent, Elmira, N. Y.,
Univ. of Buffalo, M.D., 1896; one year Univ. of Syra-
cuse; Gynecologist Buffalo General Hospital; obste-
trician Erie Co. Hosp.; physician-in-charge Univ. of
Buffalo Dispensary; clinical instr. in obstetrics and
gynecology, Univ. of Buffalo; principal work is ab-
dominal surgery; first woman to do abdominal sur-
gery in Buffalo. Mem. Erie Co. Med. Soc, Med. Soc.
State N. Y., Eastern Star (Masonic Order), Woman's
Union, Buffalo. Recreations: Music and travel. Ad-
dress: 149 Allen St., Buffalo, N. Y.


Mathematician, educator; b. Rawson, O.. 1862; s. J.
B. and Margaret J. (Ryan) Keyser; grad. Ohio Nor-
mal Univ., B.S., 1883; studied law, Ann Arbor, Mich.,
and Kenton, O., 1883-1885; Univ. of Mo.. B.S., 1S92;
student Summer Sch., Univ. of Mich., 1894; grad.
scholar in mathematics, 1895-1S96; fellow, 1896-1897,
-A.M., 1S96. Ph.D., 1901, Columbia Univ.; m. Ridgeway,
O., 1885, Ella Maud Crow; one d., Eva Blanche, b. 1887.
Principal and sup't public schools Ohio and Mo., 1885-
1890; instr. mathematics. Mo. Univ., 1891-1892; State
Summer Sch., Kirksville, Mo., 1892; prof, mathematics,
State Normal Sch., New Paltz. ,N. Y., 1892-1S94; instr.
mathematics, Smith Acad., Washington Univ., St.
Louis, 1894-1895 Barnard Coll., 1897-1900; instr. mathe-
matics, Columbia Univ., 1897-1903, adjunct prof., 1903-

1904, Adrian prof, mathematics since 1904. Editor
dep't mathematics, Encyclopedia Americana, 1904-1907;
American Editor Hibbert Journal since 1904; contr'r
to various scientific and philosophic journals. Mem.
Am. Math. Soc, Circolo Mathematico di Palermo; fel-
low A. A. A. S. Club: Columbia Uni.versity. Resi-
dence: 74 W. 103d St. Address: Columbia University,
N. Y. City.


Sculptor, mural decorator; b. Dec 10. 1876; s. Sol
and Helen (Wise) Keyser; ed. Maryland Inst., Balti-
more Art Students' League, N. Y. Citv, Academie
Julian, Paris; m. N. Y. City, Mar. 31, 1902, Beatrice
Obendorf. Sculptor Harper Memorial. Ottawa, Can.;
Enoch Pratt Memorial, Baltimore: Barry Memorial,
Frederick, Md.; statue of Admiral W. S. Schley, State
House, Annapolis, Md.; Neely Memorial, St. Joseph,
Mo.; mural decorations in Nat. Exchange Bank, Bal-
timore, and other public and private comm'ns, mainly
won in competition, as were all the foregoing. Mem.
Nat. Sculpture Soc, Architectural League (N. Y.
City); Am. Art Ass'n (Paris). Address: 249 W. 74th
St., N. Y. City.


Actress; b. Newark, N. J., 1S09; d. Col. Henry M.
Kidder; resided from childhood at Evanston (suburb
of Chicago), 111.; ed. under private tutors at Evanston,
Paris and London; studied dramatic art in N. Y. City,
Paris and London; m. Sept., 1905, Louis Kaufman Ans-
paeher. Made debut, Chicago, 1885, in Frank Mayo's

play, The Streets of New York; later r61es of "Rachel
McCreery" in Held by the Enemy, and "Dearest" in
Little Lord Fauntleroy; played leading parts in vari-
ous companies; since 1894, starring in Madame Sans
Gene, old English comedies, and Shakespearean reper-
toire, 1906, "Elizabeth," in The Embarrassment of
Riches, Wallack's Theatre, N. Y., 1909, The Woman of
Impulse, Herald Square Theatre, N. Y., 1911, "Elinor"
in The Glass House, 1912-1913, The Washerwoman
Duchess. Address: Care Louis Kaufman Anspacher.
Tuckahoe, N. Y.


Life ins. mg'r; b. Evanston, 111., Aug. 25, 1S73; grad.
Amherst Coll., B.S., 1894. Member Alpha Delta Phi.
Since 1895 in service of Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N. Y.,
becoming cashier of Chicago office 1899, mg'r in To-
peka, Kan., 1901, mg'r at Syracuse, N. Y., 1904; mg'r
at Albany, N. Y., 1908. 'Was first pres. of Life Under-
writers' Ass'n of Syracuse. Address: 100 State St.,
Albany, N. Y.


Physician, hosp. sup't; b. Lowville, N. Y., Aug. 24,
1881; s. Franklin Matthew and Maria Elizabeth (Mc-
Grath) Kieb; ed. Lowville public schs., Lowville Acad.
(Classical Course); Cornell Univ., A.B., 1902; Cornell
Univ. Med. Coll., M.D., 1904; m. Fishkill-on-Hudson, N.
Y., Apr. 26, 1911, Harriett Marshall Brinckerhoff. On
med. staff Randall's Island Hosp., 1904-1905; entered
State service at Matteawan State Hosp., 1905; appt'd
1st ass't phys. to Dannemora State Hosp., 1910; appt'd
med. sup't. Matteawan State Hosp., June, 1913. Mem.
Dutchess County Med. Soc, N. Y. State Med. Soc, Nevv-
burgh Bav Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n; Am. Medico
Psychol. Ass'n; Am. Prison Ass'n. Club: Southern
Dutchess Country. Address: Matteawan State Hosp.,
Beacon, N. Y.


Physician; b. Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1S56; s. Fred-
eric and Mary Ann (Willman) Kiefer; ed. St. Jerome's
Coll., Berlin, Ont.; Med. Dep't of Univ. of Buffalo, 1881;
m. Lancaster, N. Y., 1887, Louise Barbara Krim; chil-
dren: Estelle, b. 1S90; Raymond, b. 1893. Traveled in
Europe, 1894, and in Calif., 1902. Republican. Roman
Catholic. Mem. Monroe Co. Med. Soc. Med. Examiner
for C. M. B. A. and L. C. B. A. Address: 59 Hoffner
St., N. Rochester, N. Y.


Civil eng'r, Norwegian vice-consul; b. Stavanger,
Norway, Sept. 7, 1854; s. Lauritz Christian and Jo-
hanne Mette Colbjornsen (Munch) Kielland; mother,
cousin of Ole Bull, the famous violinist; related on
both sides to Norwegian celebrities; ed. Latin Sch.,
Stavanger, Norway; passed Royal Navy B'd as navi-
gator on high seas at age of 16; student Eng'ring
Coll., Gothenburg, Sweden; grad. with honors, 1876;
m. Anna May, d. Hon. Marvin and Jinnet (Lyall) Har-
ris, of Kendall, N. Y.; children: Rolf (B.L., Univ. of
Pa.), b. 1S84; Jinnet (A.B., Vassar Coll.), b. 1SS6; Doro-
thea (B.S. Cornell Univ.), b. 1889; Casper (studeni at
Lehigh Univ.), b. 1S92; Anna. b. 1894. Visited Africa.
1868, and spent three months in Zululand; sailor, 1870-
1S72; engaged on railroad construction in Natal, S.
Africa, as eng'r and contractor, 1S76-1878; eng'r on
harbor work and river regulation in Norway, 1S79-
18S0; ass't eng'r Erie R. R. in Buffalo, 188I-1S85; ass't
eng'r resident Northern Pacific R. R. in Montana and
Washington, 1885-1888; division eng'r Lehigh Valley
R. R. at Buffalo; in charge construction of terminals.
1888-1893; chief eng'r Montana Southern R. R., and
principal ass't eng'r Montana Midland R. R., 1S93-1895;
since 1898, civil eng'r Buffalo Creek R. R.; also dir.,
treas. and consulting eng'r. of various corp'ns; since
independence of Norway, vice-consul for Norway at
Buffalo. Independent in politics. Lutheran; in coun-
cil Ch. of Redeemer, Buffalo. Mem. C. S. Eng'ring
Soc. (Gothenburg, Sweden), Am. Soc Civil Eng'rs.
Eng'ring iSoc. of Western N. Y. (past pres.), Buffalo R.
R. Ass'n (past v.-p.). Mason; Nat. Geog. Soc. Exten-
sive traveler through Mediterranean to Turkey, Greece,
the Crimea, Black Sea and Sea of Azov; hunting
expd'n in Zululand; has traveled and camped along
trails and canyons in Rocky Mountains. Recreations:
Literature walking, fishing. ' Address: 364 Ellicott
Sa Buffalo, N. Y.


Insurance broker; b. N. Y. City, Jan. 18, 1876; s.
Frank J. and Jane (De Lacy) Kiernan; mem. firm Rose
& Kiernan; pres. Arkay Bld'g Co., Albany Commercial
Co.; dir. Home Bid's Co. Pres. Chamber of Commerce.
V.-p. Nat. Assns. of Fire Underwriters. Recreations:
Rowing, tennis. Clubs: Albany, Albany Yacht. Resi-
dence: 244 Clinton Av. Address: 100 State St., Al-
bany, N. Y.




Lawyer; b. Clinton Co., July -'.">, L860; s. Henry Gar-
diner and Sophrona (Kvans) Kilburn; ed. franklin
Acad., Albany Law Sch.; m. July 21, 1S75, Clara M.
Barry; children: James B., b. 1SS0, Edward D., b. 1SS2,
Alice R.. b. 1SS7, Clarence E., "o. 1S93. Practised law,
1S74-1SS5; v.-p., dir. and mg'r People's Nat. Bank. Ma-
lone, N. Y, 1SS5-1896; pres. Malone Light & Power
Co.; dir. Malone Shirt Co., Svmonds & Allison Co.
County treas. 6 years; State senator - 'tars; sup't of
banks, 1S00 to 1007. Republican; Methodist. Trustee
Northern N. V. Inst, for Deaf-Mutes. Recreations:
Hunting, fishing. Clubs: Republican (N. T. City); Fort
Orange. Albany (Albany). Address: Malone, N. Y.


Jurist; b. Horicon, Warren Co.. N. Y.. Aug. 28, 1861;
s. William and Mary (Cronin) Kiley; grad. Cazenovia
Sem., Cazenovia, N. Y.; m. Nov. 27, 1SS7, Chloe Celia
Sterling: children: Marguerite, b. June, 1890; Gertrude,
b. Aug. 13, 1S94; Nicholas H., b. Dec. S, 1895. Dist. att'y
nine years. County Judge and Surrogate of Madison
County, N. Y., seven years. Elected Justice Supreme
Court. 6th dist., for term expiring 'Dec. 31. 1926. Dir.
Cazenovia Nat. Bank, Cazenovia Telephone Co. Re-
publican; Roman Catholic. Trustee Cazenovia Sem.
and Cazenovia Union Free Sch., Elk. Clubs: Citizens,
Cazenovia Golf (Cazenovia, N. Y.). Address: Caze-
novia, N. Y.


Surgeon; b. Munich, Bavaria, Sept. 5, 1S63; s. Judge
Herman and Carola (Faulstich) Kiliani; grad. Munich,
1SS6; Univ. of Halle, 1889; Univ. of Leipzig, M.D.,
1SSS; m. Aug. 12, 1SS7, Lilian Bavard Taylor; one son.
Richard Bayard Taylor, b May 6, 1SSS. Surgeon, 3d
Royal Art'y Regiment, 1390; passed N. Y. State exam-
ination, 1S91; in practice as surgeon in N. Y. City
since 1S91. Author of Surgical Diagnosis and many
surgical papers; contb'r Ashhurst's Encyclopaedia of
Surgery, and to Twentieth Century Practice of Medi-
cine. Received order of St. Michael (Bavaria) and of
Crown (Prussia). Surgeon to German Hosp., N. Y.
City, and to Imperial German Consulate General. Prof
Clinical Surgery, Columbia Univ. Mem. N. Y. Acad.
Medicine, N. Y. Co. Med. Soc. German Med. Soc, Med-
ico-Surg. Soc, Physicians' Med. Aid Ass'n, Am. The-
rapeutic Soc, Greater N. Y. N. Y. Surg. Soc; Am.
Surg. Ass'n; fellow Am. Coll. of Surgeons, Internat.
Surg. Soc; life mem. Surg. Soc. of Berlin. Clubs: N.
Y. Athletic. Nat. Arts. Deutscner Verein. Address: 44
XV. 77th St.. N. Y. City.


Consul; b. Canada, 1865; s. Benjamin and Ellen
(Graham) Killmaster; ed. public schools. Mich.. Mil.
Acad., Dufferin Coll. In consular service since original
apptm't, 18.94; now Am. Consul at Newcastle, New S.
Wales, Australia. Mason. Elk, Odd Fellow. Recrea-
tions: Golf, fishing, shooting. Clubs: Newcastle. New-
castle Golf, Surf. Fishing, Gun. Address: Am. Consu-
late, New S. Wales, Australia.


Physician; b. Chicago, Mar. 7, 1872; s. Chauncey and
Antoinette (Wendell) Kilmer; ed. public schools, Coll.
City of N. Y., Coll. Phys and Surg. (Columbia), M.D.,
1S95; m. N. Y. City, Jan. 5, 1808, Angie Ransom; chil-
dren: Gladys, b. Dec. 14, 1899, Theron Wendell, Jr., b.
Sept. 27, 1904. Finished med. education abroad; prac-
tising in N. Y. City since 1896. Lecturer in disease of
children, N. Y. Polyclinic Med. Sch. Lecturer for Dep't
of Ed'n. N. Y. City. Author: The Practical Care of the
Baby; The Physical Examination of Infants and Young
Children. Surgeon (major), 22d Reg't Eng'rs, N. G.
N. Y. Republican: Episcopalian. Mem. N. Y. Acad.
Medicine, West Knd Med. Soc. Riverside Practitioners'
Soc; Am. Med. Ass'n, Ass'n Mil. Surgeons of U. S., Al-
pha Delta Phi fraternity (Manhattan Chapter). Recrea-
tions: Photography, golf. Summer residence: Hemp-
stead. L. I. Address: 165 W. 85th St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Orange, N. J., Sept. 29, 1848; s. Horace
Kimball, M.D., and Mary Davenport (Fisher) Kimball;
ed. Coll. City of N. Y., class of 1868; m. Cambridge,
Mass., Caroline F. Hildreth; one d., Rosamond. With
L. T. Hoyt, broker and mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange,
from Jan., 1S67, to March, 1871; later with A. B. Bay-
lis & Co.. now mem. of Baylis & Co. Mem. B'd Edu-
cation of West Orange, N. J., 1894-1904. Independent
in politics; Presby'n; treas. Church of the Covenant,
N. Y. City; treas. N. Y. Skin and Cancer Hosp.; Fed-
eral Council of Churches of Christ in America; trustee
N. Y. Law School Mt. Holyoke Coll., Skidmore Sch. of
Arts, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Clubs: Century, Re-
form. Residence: St. Cloud, West Orange, N. J. Ad-
dress: 15 Wall St., N. Y. City.


I'. nk packer; b. Providence, R. I.; s. Emery Sheldon
and Mary (Briggs) Kimball; ed, public schs, of Provi-
dence; in. Nov. 30, LSS5, Gertrude C. Gr.eenhalgrh; one

d. Main. ii I Nan (Mis. R. V. lladley), b. Jan. 30, 1887.
Elected representative R. I. Legislature, 1894, lxor,,
1SII6, 1897, 1S98, 1S99; lieut.-gov.. 1900; served as gov.
1903-1903; pres. B'd of Mg'rs, R. I. State Coll., since
1908. Pres. Kimball & Colwell Co., and Fall River
Provision Co.; treas. What Cheer Beef Co. Republi-
can. Mem. B'd of Trade, R. I., Business Men's Ass'n,
R. I. Sch. of Design, R. I. Hist. Soc, S. A. It., R, !.,
Soc, Colonial Wars, R. I. Inf. Ass'n; Royal Arch Mason,
Knight Templar. Cluibs: Providence Central, Commer-
cial, Pomham, Town Criers. Residence: Tower Hill,
R. I. Address: 459 Washington St., Providence, R. I.


Ranker; b. Bristol, R. I.. IX..7; grad. Brown Univ.,
A.B., 1S77; m. N. Y. City, 1887, Maie Bennett; three
sons. Has been engaged in banking and railway
business since 1SS0; dir. Litchfield & Madison R'y Co.,
Peoria & Pekin Union R'y. Mini Adirondack League.
Clubs: University, Brown University, Kaltusrol Golf.
Residence: 165 XV. 58th St. Address: 52 William St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, March 20, 1852; s. Richard
Burleigh and Julia Caroline (Tomlinson) Kimball
(mother g.g.-d. of Col. Andrew Adams of the Revolu-
tionary War, speaker Continental Congress, 1779-17X0,
and chief justice of Conn.); ed. Oakley's School, Mt.
Vernon, N. Y., Erasmus Acad., Flatbush, L. I., Kimball
Union Acad., Meriden, N. H., and 18 months at Dart-
mouth Coll., class of 1876; admitted to bar 1879; A.M.,
Dartmouth (hon.) 1886; unmarried. Engaged in prac-
tice of law in N. Y. City since 1X79, and has been em-
ployed in many notable cases. Republican in national
Independent in local politics. Mem. bar of Dist. courts
of U. S. for Southern and Eastern Dists. of N. Y.
Presby'n; mem. Fifth Ave. Presby'n Ch.; v.-p. N. Y
Practical Aid Soc; mem. Soc. Med. Jurisprudence, N.
Y. County Lawyers Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n. Recrea-
tions: Rowing, swimming, bowling, political speaking
and public debating. Address: 154 Nassau St., N. Y.


Prof, machine design: b. New River, New Bruns-
wick, Canada, 1S65; s. William H. and Jennie (Patter-
son) Kimball; secondary ed'n in public schools in New
Brunswick; grad. Lelahd Stanford Univ., . A.B., 1896;
m. San Francisco, 1898, Clara E. Woolner; children:
Isabella J., b. 1902. Dexter S., Jr., b. 1906. Served ap-
prenticeship with Pope & Talbot, Port Gamble, Wash-
ington, 1881-1887; in machine shop, 1887-1893; drafting
room, 1896-1S98, Union Iron Works. San Francisco;
designing eng'r for Anaconda Mining Co., Montana,
1S9S; ass't prof, machine design, Siblev Coll., Cornell
Univ., 1898-1901; works mg'r. Stanley Elec. Mf'g Co.,
Pittsfield, Mass., 1901-1904: prof, mechanic art, 1904-
1905; since 1905 prof, machine design and construc-
tion, Sibley Coll., Cornell Univ. Mem. Am. Soc Mech.
Eng'rs, Soc. of Sigma Xi. Author: Elements of Ma-
chine Design (with John H. Barr), Industrial Educa-
tion, Principles of Industrial Organization. Address:
Sibley Coll., Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.


Physician; b. Dover, N. H., May 10, 1855; d. Judge
Richard and Elizabeth (Hale) Kimball; grad. Woman's
Med. Coll. of N. Y. Infirmary, 1S92. Missionary for 6
years at Vau, Asiatic Turkey, 18S2-1888; med. mis-
sionary, same station, 1892-1896; conducted extensive
industrial relief work during time of the Armenian
massacres. Returned to U. S., 1896, and became asso.
physician of Vassar Coll., Poughkeepsie, N. Y., re-
signed 1900, and has since practised profession in
Poughkeepsie. Episcopalian. Pres. Y. W. C. A. Mem.
B'd of Health of Poughkeepsie, Am. Med. Ass'n,
Dutchess County Med. Soc, N. Y. State Med. Soc,
pres. B'd of Trustees S. W. Bowne Memorial Hosp. for
Tuberculosis. Address: 337 Mill St., Poughkeepsie,
N. Y.


Publisher; b. West Newton, Mass., April 2, 1S74; s.
Hannibal Ingalls and Mary (Cook) Kimball; ed. Har-
vard, class of 1894; m. Winchester, Va., Nov. 22, 1894,
Nancy Virginia Allen: children: Kathryn, b. Aug. 2,

1896, Mary, b. Dec. 12, 1897. Founded as mem. of pub-
lishing firm of Stone & Kimball, 1894, The Chap-Book;
published the Stedman-Woodberry edition of Poe's
Works; also publisher for Robert Louis Stevenson,
Harold Frederic and Gilbert Parker. Established,

1897, The Cheltenham Press of which is pres.; also
pres. The Engraving Machine Co., the Neucraft Co.,



and the Cheltenham Presa, Ltd., of London; prop'r
Cheltenham Advertising Service. Republican; .Epis-
copalian. Clubs: Players, Harvard, Grolier, Richmond
County Country. Address: 150 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City.

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