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Banker, broker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 16. 1874;
s. Robert J. and Martha (Morse) Kimball; grad. Am-
herst Coll., B.S., 1896; m. Brooklyn, Jan. 8, 1901, Edith
Glbb. Mem. of firm of R. J. Kimball & Co.; dir. Peo-
ple's Trust Co. of Brooklyn; mem. N. Y. Stock Ex-
change. Republican. Mem. Alpha Delta Phi Chi fra-
ternity. Clubs: University, Hamilton (Brooklyn). Ad-
dress: Glen Cove, L. I., N. Y,


Clergyman; b. Frankfort, N. Y., July 12, 1846; s.
Andrew and Sarah M. (Wadsworth) Kimball; grad.
Hamilton Coll., A.B., 1876; Princeton Theol. Sem., 1879,
D.D., 1893; m. Storm Lake, Iowa, May 10, 1881, Delinda
Eugenia Brown; children: Mary Etta, b. 1882, Archi-
bald Howard, b. 1887, Greta Claire, b. 1889, Francis
Paton, lb. 1894. Pastor Presby'n Ch Madison, Neb., 17
years (during which time was stated clerk of Niobrara
Presbytery), Geneseo, 111., 3 years, Adams, N. Y., 1900-
1910; ISauquoit, IN. Y., since June, 1910; mem. Gen. As-
sembly, Presby'n Ch., 1884, 1890, 1906, 1907; mem. Gen.
Assembly, Atlanta, 6a., 1913; moderator of Presbyteries
of Omaha, 1882; Niobrara, .1886, Rock River, 1897, St.
Lawrence, 1906; moderator Synod of Neb., 1885-1886.
Enlisted Aug. 3, 1863. in Moschell's Co. H 15th N. Y.
Vol. Cav.; served in Dep't of W. Va., with Gens. Sigel
and Hunter; in Shenandoah Valley and Appomattox
campaign with Gen. Sheridan; promoted corporal,
transferred to 2d N. Y. Provisional Cav.; mustered out,
Aug. 21, 1865; chaplain of regimental ass'n since 1889.
'Chaplain of G. A. R. posts, 16 years: chaplain, Dep't of
Neb., 1890-1891, Dep't of N. Y., 1902-1903; commander
Chase Post 143, Neb., 6 years, Cooper Post 381, N. Y.,
2 years; on staff of comd'r-in-chief John C. Black, with
rank of col., 1903-1904; staff of comd'r-in-chief R. B.
Brown, 1906-1907; attended Nat. Encampments, 1890,
1895, 1900, 1902, 1904, 1997; aide-de-camp on staff of
comd'T-in chief H. M. Nevins, 1908-1909; v.-p. Oneida
County Veterans Ass'n, comd'r Chadwick Post, No. 413,
G. A. R. Mem. Utica Presbytery and Kappa Nu Club,
Utica. Republican. Royal Arch Mason, chaplain; mem.
Order Eastern Star, sec. of City Sch. B'd, Madison Neb.,
1894-1896; trustee of Bellevue Coll., 1893-1897; pres.
B'd Trustees Collegiate Inst., Geneseo, 111., 1897-1899.
Mem. B'd of Ed'n, 1913. Address: Colonial Elms, Sau-
quoit, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Flushing, L. I., 1871; s. Rev. Joshua
and Mary Gove (Peck) Kimiber; grad. Columbia Coll.,
B.A., 1891; Gen. Theol. Sem., B.D., 1894; m. Richmond
Hill, L. I., 1894, Genevieve L. Tyler. Ordered deacon,
1894, by Bishop Littlejohn, ordained priest, 1895, by
Bishop Whitehead in Episcopal ministry. Formerly
rector Trinity Ch., Seymour, Conn., 1894-1900; local
sec. B'd Mg'rs of Domestic and Foreign Missionary
Soc, 1900-1902, sup't N. Y. P. E. City Mission Soc, 1902-
1912; rector St. Andrew's Ch., Richmond, S. 1., since
1912. Address: Richmond, S. I., N. Y.


Manufacturer; b. Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1868; s. John
L. and Ella (Shepard) Kimberly; attended Harvard
Coll., class of 1890; m. Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1892,
Charlotte H. Fiske; children: John L., Jr., b. 1893;
Susan, b. 1897; William F., b. 1900. Local treas. Am.
Agr'l Chem. Co. Pres. Fresh Air Mission; trustee
Charity Org'n Soc. Clubs: Saturn (dean), Trinity
(pres.). Studio (pres.), Park, Harvard (pres., 1912).
Residence: 51 Irving PI. Address: 129 Lewis St., Buf-
falo, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Washington, D. C, Oct. 31, 1S75; s. David
Klndleberger (Admiral U. S. Navy) and Mattie Lindsay
(Poor) Kindleberger; grad. Univ. of Pa., A.B., Class
of 1894; Univ of Pa. Law Sch., LL.B. (cum laude), 1897;
m. W. Phila., Pa., June 2, 1906, Elizabeth R. Mcllvaine;
children: Katharine Wirt, b. Feb. 23, 1907; Mattie Lind-
say, b. Oct. 8, 1908; Charles Poor, b. Oct. 12, 1910;
Elizabeth Randall, b. Sept. 19, 1911. Appt'd ass't corp'n
counsel of N. Y. City, 1902, resigning to accept apptm't
of deputy ass't dist. att'y, Jan. 1, 1906. Resigned Feb.
1, 1910, to resume private practice. Served under dlst.
att'ys Jerome and Whitman; since July 1, 1910, senior
partner of firm of Kindleberger & Robinson. Active
in Citizens' Union and Republican Party in campaigns
since 1899. 1st v.-p. of 25th Assembly Dist. Repub-
lican Dist. Com. several years, candidate of Republican
Party for Congress. 14th N. Y. Cong. Dist., fall of 1912
(defeated by Jefferson Levy). Republican; Episco-
palian. One of volunteer prosecutors of disbarment
cases for Bar Ass'n of N. Y. City. Public Forum Inc.

Church of the Ascension, N. Y. City. Recreations: Golf,
swimming, canoeing. Clubs: University (N. Y. City),
Golf (Jamestown, R. I.). Residence: 11 W. 8th St., and
Jamestown, R. I. Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Southampton Co., Va., July 15, 1864; s.
John J. and Caroline Antoinette (Drewry) Kindred;
ed. Suffolk Mil. Acad., Randolph-Macon Coll., Univ. of
Va., Univ. of N. Y. (Med. Dep't), Hosp. Coll. of Medi-
cine, M.D., 1889; honor grad. in sp'l course mental
diseases at Univ. of Edinburgh, Scotland; m. Luzerne,
Switzerland, July 10, 1902, Ella Welbon Cramer, of
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. (A.B. Vassar) ; one son: John
Cramer, b. 1903. Was resident physician Md. Gen.
Hosp., Baltimore; ass't physician N. Y. City Asylum,
Blackwell's Island; clinical ass't Bloomingdale Asylum,
N. Y. ; ass't physician Hudson River State Hosp.,
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ; first ass't physician Pa. Hosp. for
Insane, Harrisburg, Pa.; extra ass't physician, Royal
Asylum, Morningside, Edinburgh, Scotland; clinical
ass't to Prof. Hughlings Jackson at London Nat. Hosp.
for Nervous Diseases; physician in charge and prop'r
Darien Home for Mental and Nervous Diseases and of
Dr. Kindred's Sanitarium at Stamford, Conn.; founder
and prop'r River Crest Sanitarium, Astoria, L. I., a
high class inst'n under State license for mental and
nervous diseases and habitues, having a capacity of
135 patients; prop'r and consulting physician Farm
Colony and Sanatorium, Belle Meade, N. J., for mental
and nervous diseases; pres. and treas. N. Y. and As-
toria Land and Improvement Co. Independent Demo-
crat. Elected to 62d Congress from 14th Cong. Dist.
(during service was particularly active in matter of
securing better credit facilities for farmers in this
country, and while serving on House Com. on Banking
and Currency made speech on subject of Banking and
Currency Reform which attracted attention); also de-
livered in House of Representatives many addresses on
scientific and med. subjects. Extensively interested
and engaged in agr. Mem. and trustee Astoria M. E.
Ch. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, Queens Co. Med. Soc , N. Y.
State Med. Ass'n, Am. Medico-Psychol. Ass'n, Harlem
Med. Ass'n, Associated Physicians of L. I., Soc. of Vir-
ginians. Southern Soc. in N. Y., Sigma Chi fraternity;
mem. Kane Lodge. F. and A. M., 32 Mason, Mecca
Shrine, B. P. Ol Elks. Recreations: Horseback riding,
golf. Clubs: Nat. Democratic, City. Address: Astoria,
L. I., N. Y.


Lawyer; writer; b. Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland Co.,
Pa., June 20, 1S4S; m. N. Y. : May 1894, Antoinette
Southack; grad. Lafayette, 1871; successively tutor,
adjunct prof, and prof, of Latin. Lafayette Coll.. 1871-
1886; trustee Lafayette Coll.. 1904-1913. Admitted to
bar. Pa., 1883, N. Y., 1887; since then in practise of law
in N. Y. City. Author: Latin Pronunciations. The Irish
Question, Review and Encyclopaedia articles. Land
Laws, Corporations for Working Men, The New Irish
Land Law. The Crofters of Scotland, The Telegraph
Question, The Lords and the People. The Representa-
tion of the People in Parliament; contb'r to periodicals
on various economic subjects. Mem. Ass'n Bar City
of N. Y., N. Y. State Bar Ass'n. Am. Bar Ass'n, Pa. Soc,
Lafayette Alumni Ass'n, v.-p. U. S. Naval League,
Delta Kappa Epsilon Ass'n; formerly mem. British
A. A. S Am. Philol. Ass'n. Clubs: Authors, Lawyers,
Railroad, University, Union League, Essex County
Country. Residence: 50 E. 64th St. Address: 165
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., April 30. 1853; s.
Henrv and Frances (Bedford) King; ed. private and
grammar schs. of Jersey City, N. J.; grad. from Gram-
mar School No. 35, N. Y., for Freshman class N. Y. City
Coll.; grad. Coll. Phvs, and Surg. (Columbia) M.D.,
1874; m. N. Y. City, Nov. 24, 1885, Margaret J. Drum-
mond; children: Grace Whitall. Jessie Brightwell, Ed-
win Drummond. Engaged in general practise of medi-
cine in N. Y. City. Alumnus of Lincoln Hosp. (formerly
known as Colored Home Hosp.), where served as ass't
and house physician after completing a special course
in physical diagnosis under Dr. Alfred Loomis: con-
nected with Northeastern Dispensary as visiting phy-
sician and surgeon. 1S77-1893, and on resigning received
appt'mt as consultant, which now 'holds; also mem.
B'd Dirs. of same. Took European trip in 1S73. visit-
ing the hospitals of London and Paris. Repub'ican.
Mem. Reformed Ch. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State
and County Med. Soc, Soc Med. Jurisprudence. Nat.
Geog. Soc, Physicians' Mutual Aid Ass'n; past master
Alma Lodge. No. 728. F. and A. M. Address: 651 Lex-
ington Av., N. Y. City.


College pres.; b. Hillsdale. Mich., Sept. 18, 1S58; s.
Henry Jarvis and Sarah (Lee) King; grad. Oberlin



Coll.. A.B.. 1879; Oberlin Sem., B.D., 18S2; Harvard
Univ., A.M., 1883; D.D. from Oberlin Coll., 1897,
Western Reserve Univ.. 1901, Yale Univ., 1904; S.T.D.,
Columbia Univ.. 1909; LL.D., Univ. of III., 1908, and
Miami Univ., 1909; m. Brecksville, O., July 7, Iss-,
Julia M. Coates; children: Harold, b. June 12,
1883; Philip Coates, b. Mas 117, ls^T; Donald Storrs, b.
June 19, 18S9; Edgar \\ , 1.1, t>. Dec. 24, 1893. Lecturer
Haverford Coll. Library, 1906; Taylor lecturer at Yale,
1907; Noble lecturer. Harvard, 1909; Earl lecturer, Pa-
cific Theol. Sem., 1910; lectured in India, China and
Japan, 1909-1910. Pres. Religious Ed'n Soc, 1907-1908;
Ohio Coll. Ass'n, 1907-1909; now pres. Oberlin Coll.
Author: Outline of Erdmann's History of Philosophy,
1892; Outline of the Mlcroscosmus of Hermann Lotze.
1895. The Appeal of the Child, 1900; Reconstruction in
Theology, 1901; Theology and the Social Consciousness,
1902: Personal and Ideal Elements in Education, 1904;
Rational Living. 1905; Letters to Sunday School Teach-
ers. 1906; The Seeming Unreality of the Spiritual Life,
190S; The Laws of Friendship, Human and Divine, 1909;
The Ethics of Jesus, 1909; The Moral and Religious
Challenge of Our Times, 1911; Religion as Life, 1913;
also various pamphlets on philosophy, religion, etc.
Progressive Republican. Congregationalism Mem. Am.
Aoad. Polit. and Social Science, A. A. A. S., Western
Philos. Ass'n, Nat. Ass'n for Advancement of Colored
People. Am. Ass'n for Labor Legislation, Nat. Municipal
League, Nat. Child Labor Ass'n, Am. Free Trade
League. Public Ed'n Ass'n of City of N. T., Internat.
Federation of Students; trustee Carnegie Foundation
for Advancement of Teaching; United Soc. of Chris-
tian Endeavor; dir. Nat. Inst'n for Moral Instr'n. Resi-
dence: 317 E. College St. Address: Administration
Bld'g. Oberlin Coll., Oberlin. Ohio.


Physician: b. Adams, N. Y., Aug. 11. 1S64; s. Horace
Brigham and Adelaide (Maxon) King; ed. Dartmouth.
Univ. City of N. Y., M.D., 18S6; studied in Paris. 1897:
m. 1st, iMilford, Pa., Feb. 1st, 1893, Lucy Maples Pinchot;
2nd. Greenfield, Mass., May IS. 1912. Annie Potter Dick-
inson; children: Constance Pinchot, b. 1896; Adelaide
Maxon, b. 1S99. Engaged in practise of medicine from
1SS6; now physician-in-chief Loomis Sanatorium. Mem.
Nat. Ass'n for Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis.
Am. Sanitarium Ass'n, Am. Climatol. Ass'n, Ass'n Am.
Pathologists and Bacteriologists; Fellow Internat.
Anti-Tuberculosis Ass'n (Berlin), N. Y. Acad. Medicine.
Episcopalian. Address: Loomis Sanatorium, Loomis.
N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Portland, Me., Dec. 22, 1837; eldest son
ex-Postmaster-Gen. Horatio and Anne (Collins) King;
descendant of Samuel King, son of George King (de-
scendant of Philip King, I860), serg't and clerk of
Raynham, Mass., Co., and of Joseph Warren Collins (war
1812). son of Cyrenius Collins of the 10th Conn. Foot;
removed to Washington City, 1839; grad. Dickinson
Coll., Pa., A.B. (A.M.); Allegheny College, LL.D., 1S97;
married 1st, 1862, Emma C. Stebbins (died 1864); 2d.
1866. Esther A. Howard: had ten children (of whom five
survive) and 16 grandchildren. Studied law with Ed-
win M. Stanton; removed to N. Y. City; admitted to
bar, 1861; entered Union Army, Aug., 1862, and hon.
discharged. Oct., 1865, with brevets of major, lieut.-col.
and colonel; awarded Cong. Medal of Honor for con-
spicuous bravery near Dinwiddie, Va., 'Mar. 29, 1865.
Resumed practice of law, N. Y. City, 1S65; asso. editor
N. Y. Star, and publisher of Christian Union (Beecher,
editor) and Christian at Work (Talmadge. editor),
1871-1876; returned to practice of law, 1S77; ad-
mitted to U. S. Supreme Court, 1S90. Major. 13th
Reg't, N. Y. N. G., 1877; judge advocate, 11th Bri-
gade. 1880; judge advocate-gen., N. Y., 1883. Mem.
Brooklyn B'd Ed'n, 1SS3-1894; resigned to accept trus-
teeship of N. Y. State 'Soldiers' and Sailors' Home;
reappointed trustee, 1S97, resigned, Feb., 1900. Sec.
Army of the Potomac since 1877 (pres. 1904); dir.
Brooklyn philharmonic; Dem. candidate for sec. of
State, 1895, running far ahead of the ticket; delegate
to Nat. Conv. at Indianapolis, 1896; affiliated with
Republican party, 1896; clerk of Plymouth Ch.
(Cong'l), Brooklyn. Mem. N. Y. Comm'n on Law's
Delays, 1903; trustee Dickinson Co.; chm'n Fred-
ericksburg Nat. Park Ass'n; mem. Lake Mohonk
Arbitrations Conf., Internat. Law Ass'n. Author:
King's Guide to Regimental Court-Martial, 1871;
Silver Wedding Anniversary of Plymouth Church, 1873;
the Great Congregational Council in Plvmouth Ch.
1S76; History of 13th Regiment's Trip to Montreal,
1S79; Life and Writings of Horatio King, ex-P.M.-
General, 1895; Songs and Glees: History of Dickinson
College, 1898; Songs of Dickinson; Songs of Phi Kappa
Sigma; frequent contb'r to newspapers and magazines,
and composer of many musical compositions; also
orator, lecturer and post-prandial speaker. Mem.
Loyal Legion, G. A. R., Medal of Honor Legion, Phi

Beta Kappa Sin .. Masons, Veteran .Masons, Elks, 13th
Reg't Veterans, Brooklyn. Address; 44 Court St.,
Brooklyn, N, V.


Real .state and Insurance; b. N. Y. City, Jan. 20, 1871;
s David .Land Rachel (Lyon) King; ed. In N. Y. public
schools; m. June 1, 1897, Flora Salz; children: Harold
Salz. b. 1898; Barbara, b. 1001. Pres. Jaking Realty
I '>> . Manhattan Bxpress ;ik1 Queens Co., cons, agent,
Adams Express Co., agent. California Insurance Co.,
Dixie Fire his. Co.. Citizens' Fire Ins. Co., Spring Gar-
den Fire Ins. Co.; dir. Long Branch Fair Ass'n, Long
Branch Board of Trade; dir. Long Branch Property
Owners' Ass'n. Mem. Republican County Com., 3 years;
1st v.-p. Central Republican Club, 3 years-. Mem. Un-
derwriters' Ass'n of Monmouth County, N. J., -mem.
The National Fire Protection Ass'n of Chicago, Hebrew
Orphan Asylum of N. Y., Sydenham Hosp. Ass'n of N.
V.. Long Branch Fire Dep't; pioneer, League of Am.
Wheelmen; trustee Washington Lodge, No. 21, F. & A.
M., Consistory of N. Y. City 32', Mecca Temple (Shrine);
mem. B. P. O. Elks Lodge, 742. Recreation: Automobil-
ing. Clubs: Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht, N. J.
Auto and Motor, Lincoln Republican (Asbury Park, N.
J.). Residence: 60 West 129th St. Address: 76 William
St., N. Y. City.


Physician, med. dir.; b. N. Y. City, March 12. 1857; ed.
in private schools in U. S. and Switzerland, Columbia
Univ. and grad. Coll. Phys. and Surg. (Columbia), M.D.,
1881. Served as interne in the Roosevelt and N. Y.
Hosps.. 1881-18S3, then engaged in private practice, and
soon after became one of city examiners of N. Y. Life
Ins. Co.; later appt'd principal city examiner for that
company and finally withdrew from private practice to
give entire attention to insurance matters; made sala-
ried officer of N. Y. Life Ins. Co.. 1887, ass't med. dir..
1891; went to Paris, 1893, to organize there an office
which became office of issue for Europe; returned to
N. Y. City, 1896 and appt'd to present office of med. dir.
of company. Delegated to inspect and report on for-
eign business of CO., 1904-1906. Visited New Zealand,
Australia, Philippines, Japan. China, India, Egypt, and
S. Africa for that purpose. Address: 346 Broadway, N.
Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; b. Warrensourgh, Warren Co., N.
Y., April 29. 1857; s. Hesden and Minerva (Richards)
King; ed. Warrenstiurgh Acad., Dartmouth Coll., A.B.,
(Phi Beta Kappa), 1SS0; Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y.
City, M.D., 1883; m. -Brooklyn, N. Y., June 12. 1886, In-
diana Bloede; children: Ralph Richards, b. 1887; Robert
McCorkle, b. 1891; Harold, b. 1895. Engaged in prac-
tice of medicine since 1883: mem. City Health B'd since
1887. Mem. Kings Co. Med. Soc Clubs: Brooklyn
Chess (2d v.-p. and treas.), University (Brooklyn). Ad-
dress: 351 Adelphi St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Banker; pres. Columbia-Knickerbocker Trust Co., N.
Y. City; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1S68; s. Williani
Vinton and Isabelle (Boyd) King; grad. Columbia
Univ., A.B.. 1SS9 with high honors, Phi Beta Kappa;
m. N. Y. Citv, April 20, 1904, Mary Spingler van Beuren;
children: Willard van Beuren, b. 1905, Mary Spingler,
b. 1907. Employed by Continental Trust Co., N. Y.,
May, 1890, as messenger; filled all intermediate posi-
tions and became v.-p 1901; the company merged with
N. Y. Security Trust Co., changed name to N. Y. Trust
Co., and was v.-p. Pres. Columbia Trust Co.. Mar. 1908-
June 1912, when company was merged with Knicker-
bocker Trust Co.. of which is now pres. Served in 22d
Reg't, N. G. N. Y , 1891-1S96 from private to Sergeant
Major. Dir. N. Y. Life Insurance Co., trustee of Co-
lumbia Univ.; N. Y. Ass'n for the Blind; trustee and
treas. Am. Sch. for classical studies in Rome. Mem. of
Comm'n to investigate N. Y Stock Exchange and other
Exchanges in 1909. Mem. Chamber of Commerce. Exec.
Com. N. Y. State Trust Companies' Ass'n. Delta Upsilon
Fraternity. Clubs: University, Columbia Univ.. Recess,
Citv Midday. Residence: Convent, N. J. Address: 60
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Railway official, retired; b. Speedsville, N. Y., Fe/b. 1,
1842; s. Le Roy W. and Maria (Livermore) Kingman;
ed. Owego Acad.; m. Sarah Anna Morrell. Began rail-
way service as freight clerk, N. Y. & Erie R. R. at El-
mira, N. Y., 1860; later chief clerk and cashier until
1872; in auditing department, 1872-1S73, and station
agent at Elmira, 1S73-1S75, same road; treas. Mclntvre
Coal Co., Elmira, N. Y., 1875-1878. Gen'l coal agent,
1878-1893; ass't gen. freight agent. 1893-1895; gen'l
freight agent. 1895-1896. Industrial agent 1906-1908,
New York Central & H. R. R. R. Retired from active



service April 1, 1910. Episcopalian; Democrat. Mason.
Mem. Sons of Revolution, Soc. Colonial Wars; Soc. May-
flower Descendants, N. Y. Geneal. & Biog. Soc. Ad-
dress: 208 Glenwood Av., Yonkers, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Rome, N. Y., April 1, 1870; s. Rev. Howard
and Sop'hia Howard (Thayer) Kingsbury; moved to N.
Y. City, 1873; ed. Everson and Halsey's Sch., 1879-1887;
Yale (editor Yale Literary Miagazine; De Forest
medal), B.A., 1891; N. Y. Law School (first prize In mu-
nicipal law), LL.B., 1893; prize fellowship, 1893-1895;
m. South Church, N. Y., April 22, 1902, Alice Cary
Bussing; children: Howard Thayer, Jr., b. Sept. 11,
1904; Ruth. b. Oct. 30, 1906. Associated with Lee &
Lee, 1893-1900, Coudert Bros, since 1900 (mem. of Arm).
Admitted to bar of U. S. Supreme Court, 1904. Pres.
Village of Barker's Point, 1910-1911, trustee Village of
Sands Point, 1912-1913. Translated Rostand's Cyrano
de Bergerac, 1898 (used by Richard Mansfield). Dir.
Garden City Co. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Am.
Soc. Int. Law, Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Zeta Psi, Sons of
Revolution. Soc. of Colonial Wars, Veteran Corps of
Artillery, Soc. War of 1812, St. Nicholas Soc. Clubs:
University, Century, Yale, Down Town. Residence:
"RivonVbra," Sands Point, Port Washington, L. I., and
24 E. 61st St., N. Y. City. Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y.


Social worker; b. Horton, Kans., Aug. 30, 1876; s.
John T. and Anna Gibson (Adams) Kingsbury; ed.
Washington State Coll., Pullman, 1900; Univ. of Wash-
ington, 1903-1906; Teachers' Coll . Columbia Univ., B.S.,
1908; m. Seattle, Wash., Aug. 20, 1909, Mabel Glass;
one d.: Jean Roberta, b. Sept. 19, 1912. Principal schs,
of Prosser, Wash., 1899-1901: sup't schs. of George-
town and Van Asselt, Wash., 1901-1904; principal
Greenlake Sch., Seattle, Wash., 1904-1906; ass't sec.
State Charities Aid Ass'n of N. Y 1907-1911. Gen dir,
N Y. Ass'n for Improving Condition of Poor, since
1911; has recently organized new dep't of Social Wel-
fare iwhich practically doubles work of Ass'n, and for
which secured from Mrs. Elizabeth Milbank Anderson
contb'n of $650,000. Organizer. 1911. and dir. and sec.
of Com., on Safety of City of N. Y. Suggested and on-
ganized, 1910, Conf. of Mayors of State of N. Y.; pres.
Nat. Conf. Tuberculosis Secretaries, 1910; sec. N. Y.
State Conf Charities and Corrections, 1911; chm'n Com.
on Org'n .for 41st Nat. Conf. of Charities and Correc-
tions, 1914. Suggested, 1913, and became ass't sec. of
Gov. Sulzer's Sp'l Comm'n on Public Health, which has
resulted in a thorough revision of Public Health Laws
of State of N. Y.; chm'n Progressive City Com., Yonk-
ers. N. Y. Dir. Nat. Ass'n for Study and Prevention of
Tuberculosis; mem. Am. Public Health Ass'n. Am.
Acad, of Polit. and Social Science, Nat. Conf of ChaTi-
ties and Corrections. Appt'd Comm'r of Charities by
Mayor Mitchel Jan. 1, 1914. Clubs: City of N. Y., Co-
lumbia Univ.. Nat. Arts. Residence: 14 Prospect Drive,
Yonkers, N. Y. Address: 105 E. 22d St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, capitalist; b. Mentor, Lake Co.. O, July 29,
1866; s. Selden B. and Hulda (Corning) Kingsibury; ed.
public and high schs., Constantine, Mich., Oberlin Coll..
Oberlin. Ohio, and Law sch. Ohio State Univ.; m. Du-
luth, Minn., June 6, 1893, Lillian B. Prescott: one d.,
Eleanor, b. Mar. 27, 1910. Ass't gen. mg'r Marinette
Iron Works, Duluth, Minn., 1890-1S97; gen. counsel.
Jeffrey Mf'g Co., Columbus, O, 1906; v. -p. Mich. State
Telephone Co., 1907; pres. Mich. State Telephone Co.,
1907-191O; v.-p. Harris Trust & Savings Bank, Chi-
cago, 1910; v.-p. Am. Telephone & Telegraph Co.,
since 1911: also pres. Atlantic & Pacific Telephone
& Telegraph Co.; dir. Michigan State Telephone Co.,
and Harris Trust & Savings Bank. Chicago. Repub-
lican; Congregationalist. Mem. Ohio Soc, Am. Inst.
Elec. Eng'rs, Telephone Soc, Telephone Pioneers.
Am. Acad. Polit. and Social Science; Phi Gamma Delta
fraternity. Recreations: Golf, fishing, horseback riding.
Clubs: Metropolitan, Union League, Railroad, White-
hall, Sleepy Hollow Country, Greenwich Country, Union
League (Chicago), Detroit (Detroit). Caledon Mountain
Trout, St. Maurice Fish and Game. Doe Lake, Automo-
bile of America, N. Y. Press. Residence (winter): 182
W. 58th St., N. Y. (summer): Greenwich, Conn. Ad-
dress: 15 Dey St., N. Y. City.


Insurance official; b. Alburg. Vt., May 5, 1857; s. H. P.
and Celia P. (La Due) Kingsley; grad. Univ. of Ver-
mont, 1881; m. 1st, June 19, 1NS4, Mary M. Mitchell; 2d.
Dec. 3. 1895, Josephine I. McCall. Delegate to Rep.
Nat. Conv., 1SS4; State auditor and sup't of ins.. Colo..
1887-1S88; sup't agencies. N. Y. Life Ins. Co.. 1892-1898;
trustee and v.-p. 1S9S-1907: pres. since June 7, 1907.
Dir. Louisville & Nashville R. R.. Citizens' Central Nat.
Bank, Nat. Surety Co.. N. Y. Trust Co. Trustee Univ. of

Vermont, and mem. Finance Com. Author: The First
Business of the World, Militant Life Insurance, and
addresses and papers on life insurance. Mem. Biblio-
phile Soc; life mem. Am. Museum Nat. History, Ver-
mont Soc, Sons of Revolution. Clubs: University,
Union League, Merchants, St. Andrew's, Sleepy Hollow,
Nat. Golf Links (Garden City), Hobby. Residence:
Riverdale-on-Hudson. N. Y. Address 346 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Author; b. near Medina, Ohio, July 14, 1859: d. Jona-

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