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Physician; b. Austria (Teplitz), Dec. 23, 1868; s. Ja-
cob and Augusta (Pollatschek) Klein; grad. M.D.,
1892, M.D., Vienna, Thuebingen, MiD., 1895, Ph.D., Vi-
enna, 1900; m. Baroness Sophie Amalie Von Schack;
children: Arthur Lee, Erna Columbia, Herald James
Jacob. Was "Einjaehrig Freiwilliger Mediziner,"
1889. Became officer of Army (first lieut. 1892, capt.
1899, first class 1902, major 1906). Came to this coun-
try 1908 to take a position as prof, of Chicago Univ.
In 1910 taught in Fordham Univ.; bacteriologist of
Pasteur Inst., pathologist of Maternity Hosp. Now
engaged in interesting work on Hydrophobia and Can-
cer. Gave an interesting lecture last June on Hy-
drophobia, before the German Literary Soc. Dir.
Fordham Research Laboratory. Editor of weekly
German hygienic paper, 3 years. Now publishing a
manual on laboratory work in five volumes. Contb'r
to Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrif t, Wiener Allge-
meine Zeitung, Neurologisches Centralblatt, Berlin,
Orvosi Hetilap. Budapest, etc., and of The Internat.
Clinics, the Med. Times of N. Y., The Iowa Med. Jour-
nal, The Med. Progress of Kentucky, The Am. Medi-
cine of N. Y. City, The Hahnemann Monthly, The In-
terstate Med. Journal, etc. Coroner physician in Aus-
tria for several years. Received gold medal of the
Austrian Armv; mem. of the Takova order of the Ser-
vian Kingdom. Mem. N. Y. Countv Med. Soc, State
Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n, Am. Ass'n of Orifical Sur-
geons, N. Y. Path. Soc, N. Y. Acad, of Medicine. Ger-
man Literary Soc, Deutsch-Wissenschaftlicher Verein,
Verein Deuts-cher Schriftsteller, Am. Acad, of Polit.
Science of Phila., Ass'n of Am. Physicians, German
Med. Soc. Bronx Med. Ass'n. Address: 818 E. 216th
St., Williamsbridge, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 13, 1876; s. Adolph and
Rosie (Propper) Klein; ed. public schools, Coll. City
of N. Y., N. Y. Univ., LL.B., 1896. Admitted to bar,
1S97; brought about the consolidation of the theatri-
cal programme printers, 1896; in 1905 represented and
formed the Sam S. and Lee Shubert Incorporated Com-
panies, which was the opposition to the Theatrical
Trust; was elected its counsel and dir.; elected 1907
counsel of V. S. Amusement Co.; sec. and dir. Shubert-
Anderson Co., controlling the N. Y. Hippodrome; coun-
sel and dir. Wolf & Carrillo, Incorporated; dir. Am.
Carbon and Chemical Co. of N. J., Auto Robe and Rub-
ber Co., Charles E. Evans Co., Henry Miller & Co.,
Independent Five and Ten Cent Stores, Lincoln Surety
Co. of Delaware, Sarah Bernhardt Realty Co., Selwyn
& Co., Shubert Theatrical Co., Shubert Holding Co..
Miller Shubert Co., Manhattan Producing Co.. F. Ray
Comstock Co., Casino Theatre Co., Lyric Theatre Co.,
Jefferson De Angelis Opera Co., Nouveaute Producing
Co. Democrat; Jewish religion. Mem. Advisory B'ds
Hebrew Orphan Asvlum, Montefiore Home and Edn'l
Alliance. Residence: 200 W. 112th St. Address: 346
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Mem. 'B'd of Aldermen, Mavor N. Y. City, Sept.-Dec,
1913; b. Sussex Co.. X. J., Feb. 21, 1S58; s. Anthony
and Margaret (Busby) Kline; ed. public and private

schs. Andover and Newton, N. J.; m. .\'<i\. 26, 1S86,
Francis \. l'halon; one d.: Mrs. Edward .1. Schell.
Waa in employ of \Y. i'. l'eet Ac Co., of N. V. City,
1877-1886; elected mem. of B'd of Aldermen for terms
1904 l!iu:>, 1906-1 U07 and 1912-1913; elected vice-chm'n
B'd of Aldermen Jan., 1912; appt'd by Pres. Theodore
Roosevelt, Jan. 1, 1908, ass't appraiser of merchandise,
Port of N. Y.; resigned, July 1, 1911; has acted as
mayor pro tern, of N. Y. City on many occasions. Be-
came Mayor of N. Y. City under Charter Provisions
Sept., L913, to fill vacancy caused by death of Hon.
William J. Gaynor; served until Dec. 31, 1913. Served
in Spanish-Am. War. Bv't brig. -gen. 14th Ueg't N. G.
N, V. Mem. Sons of Veterans, Naval anil Mil. Order
nf spanish-Am. War; asso.-mem. G. A. R. Clubs;
Montauk, Kings County Republican (Brooklyn). Res-
idence: 238a Carlton Av., Brooklyn. Address: City
Hall, N. Y. City.


Artist; b. Columbia, S. C May 3, 1870; s. Theodore
David and Ida Eugenia (Hoist) Kline; student Nat.
Acad, of Design, N. Y. City (won traveling scholarship,
1889); studied with Bougereau at Acadfimie Julien,
Paris; in class under John La Farge; awarded Lazarus
traveling scholarship Met. Museum of Art. Returned
from Paris, 1892; ass't to Will H. Low, and afterward
to F. D. Millet at World's Columbian Exp'n 1893;
studied and traveled in France and Ital?, and ex-
hibited in the Paris Salon, 1896; returned, 1S97; was
awarded T. B. Clarke prize, 1901; 2d Halgarten prize,
1903, Nat. Acad. Design; silver medal, Pan-Am. Exp'n,
Buffalo; gold medal for stained glass window, "The
Angel of the Resurrection," La. Purchase Exp'n, St.
Louis, 1904; bronze medal for painting and decoration
at same. Asso. Nat. Acad, of Design; mem. Am. Fed-
eration of Arts. Most important works are: Her
Tribute (woman making flag); The Flight Into Egypt;
Leda and the Swan; Happy Days; In Times of Peace;
also large window representing the Ascension, for
the Second Presby'n Ch., Chicago, 111. Address: 244
W. 14th St.. N. Y. City.


Publisher; b. Fultonville, N. Y., Nov. 7, 1848; s.
William W. and Jane Ann (Booth) Kline; ed. Johns-
town (N. Y.) Acad., Prof. Collins's Private Sen., Al-
bany, N. Y.; grad. Union Coll., A.B., A.M., 1S72 (Phi
Beta Kappa), L.H.D., 1912; m. Amsterdam, N. Y., April
14, 1875, lEmily Gardiner; children: Mrs. David Le
Favour, Gardiner, Laura J., Edna B. Has twice vis-
ited Europe, and the Hawaiian Islands, besides exten-
sive travels in U. S. and West Indies. Postmaster at
Amsterdam, 1S77-18S5; senior mem. William J. Kline
& Son, publishers The Amsterdam Evening Recorder
and the Semi-Weekly Recorder-Democrat. V.-p. Mont-
gomery County Trust Co.; trustee Amsterdam Savings
Bank. Republican. Mem. N. Y. Press Ass'n (ex-
pres.), Rep. Editorial Ass'n State of N. Y. (ex-pres.).
Associated Dailies of N. Y. (ex-pres.); v.-p. Nat. Edi-
torial Ass'n. Mem. Amsterdam B'd of Trade, Masonic
order B. P. O. Elks; v.-p. Montgomery Co. Hist. Soc;
trustee Amsterdam Free Library. Clubs: Masonic,
Antlers Country. Address: Amsterdam, Montgomery-
Co., N. Y.


Newspaper publisher; b. Hammond, St. Lawrence
Co., N. Y., Feb. 14, 1864; s. Rev. Nellis and Lovina I.
(Ottman) Klock; ed. under father's instr'n for most
part; attended Albany Boys' Acad., but did not gradu-
ate; m. 1st, Farmington. N Y., Oct. 8, 1890, Ina G.
Chilsom; 2d Aug. 15, 1911, Louise M. Rice of N. Y.
City. At the age of 21 became mem. editorial staff
Albany Evening Journal; purchased controlling inter-
est in Little Falls Daily Times, 1889; sold same 1891 and!
purchased Kingston Daily Freeman, which has since
successfully conducted, also developing large job
printing business. Republican. Clubs: Transporta-
tion, Lotos. Address: 5-9 Broadway, Kingston, N. Y.


Physicia.n; b. Rochlitz, Saxony, Germany, Aug. 21,
1844; s. Karl and Emilie (Schmidt) Klotz; ed. at pri-
vate schs., Royal Gymnasium (Furstenschule),
Grimma, Saxony; Univs. of Leipzig. 1863-1866, Wurz-
burg, 1866-1867, Heidelberg. 1867, Leipzig, 1867-1868;
M.D., Univ. of Leipzig, 1868; m. N. Y. City, Dec. 4,
1873, Marie C. Sohwedler; children; Walter C, M.D., b.
1875; Edward H., b. 1876; Mrs. Lillie E. Breitwieser, b.
1878; Mrs. Gertrude M. Ardagh, b. 1884; Robert G.
M.E., b. 1886. Two years surgeon on various steamers
of Hamburg-Am. Line; since settled in practise in
N. Y. City. Connected with German Hosp. and Disp.
since 1872: attending physician for skin and venereal
diseases in hosp. since 1879. Lutheran. Mem. Med.
Soc Co. of N. Y.. Acad. Medicine of N. Y. ; hon. mem.
N. Y. Dermatol. Soc, Am. Dermatol. Ass'n, mem. Ger-



man Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. -State Med. Soc,
Soc. .Sanitary and Moral Prophylaxis, N. Y. Physicians'
Mutual Aid Ass'n, N. Y. Soc. for Relief of Widows and
Orphans of Med. Men, Metropolitan Museum of Art;
hon. mem. Med. Soc. Co. of Kings, etc. ! Contb'r numer-
ous papers on skin diseases, syphilis, etc., in Am.
Journal of Cutaneous Diseases, N. Y. Medical Journal,
Medical News, N. Y. Monatschrift, Journal of Am.
Med. Ass'n, Archiv fuer Dermatology and other Amer-
ican and German periodicals; also on Am. Med. Min-
eral Springs. Residence: White Plains, N. Y. Ad-
dress: The Sydenham, 616 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Prof, classical philology; b. N. Y. City, June 22,
1S6S; s. Michael and Mary Josephine (Rennett) Knapp;
ed. public schools, Trinity Sch., N. Y. Citv; grad.
Columbia Univ., A.B., 1887, A.M., 18S8, Ph.D., 1800; m.
N. Y. City, June 24, 18S9; Therese Isabel Shaw; one
son: Charles Merriam, b. 1S92. Prize fellow in clas-
sics, Columbia Univ., 1S87-1S90, tutorial fellow in
Latin, 1890-1891; inst'r in Latin and Greek, Barnard
Coll., Columbia Univ., 1891-1902, adj. prof, of classical
philology, Barnard Coll., Columbia Univ., 1902-1906;
prof, classical philology, Columbia Univ., since 1906.
Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Philol. Ass'n. Sec.-treas.
Classical Ass'n of Atlantic States, since 1907. Editor:
Stories from Aulus Gellius, 1894; Virgil's /Eneid.
Books I-VI, selections from VII -XII, 1901; joint editor,
Viri Romse; mn'g editor and business mg'r The Clas-
sical Weekly, since 1907. Author of numerous arti-
cles in various learned periodicals on subjects con-
nected with classical literature, especially Latin. Ad-
dress: Columbia Univ., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; ex-mem. of Congress; born Harrisburg, N.
Y., July 4, 1847; educated Lowville Acad, and Rut-
gers Coll., N. J.; grad. 1869; m. June 26, 1887, Sarah,
d. Hon. Daniel G. Dorrance, of Oneida Castle, N. Y.
Studied law and was admitted to bar and began prac-
tise in Lowville, 1S73. Republican, elected to the
State Senate from the dist. consisting of Lewis, St.
Lawrence and Franklin counties, 1SS5; served in the
Senate during 1886 and 1887. Appt'd, 1889, by Pres.
Harrison, consul-gen. to Montreal, and served during
Harrison's term and until Sept., 1S93, (when returned
to Lowville and resumed practise. Elected to 57th
Congress, Nov. 5, 1901, to fill the vacancy caused by
the death of Hon. A. D. Shaw; re-elected to the 5Sth,
59th, 60th, and 61st Congresses from 28th N. Y. Dist.
Address: Lowville, N. Y.


Physician; b. Medford, Mass., Nov. 23, 1874; s. Albert
D. and Beecham Knapp; grad. Ohio Wesleyan Univ.,
A.B., 1898; grad. Coll. Phys. and Surg. (Columbia)
N. Y. City, 1902; m. Southington, Conn., Sept. 20. 1905,
Mary A. Atwater; children: Clinton Beecham, Jr.,
b. March 13, .1907; Helen Curties, to. March 28, 1909.
Ass't attending .surgeon to Lying-in-Hosp., N. Y. City;
prof, 'bacteriology, Coll. of Pharmacy (Columbia) N. Y.
City. Mem. Ohio Soc, Riverside Practitioners' Soc,
N. Y. County Med. Soc. Address: 23 E. 93d St., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. in Conn., Aug. 7, 1863; grad. Yale, A.B.,
1S86; Columbia Univ., LL.B., 1888; Univ. of N. Y., M.L.,
1898; m. N. Y. City, 1894, Caroline Duncan Miller;
children: Mary Elizabeth, b. 1897, Emma Whitman, to.
1898. Traveled extensively in Europe and Africa. Re-
publican; Episcopalian. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N.
Y., Psi Upsilon; trustee the Boys' Cluto. Clubs: Uni-
versity, Racquet and Tennis, Riding, Skull and Bones.
Residence: 68 E. 54th St. Address: 2 Rector St., N.
Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Hopewell, Ontario Oo., N. Y., March 23,
1856; s. B. Franklin and Harriet (Warner) Knapp; ed.
Canandaigua Acad., 1871-1S74; grad. Amherst Coll.,
A.B., 1879; m. 1st, Manchester, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1879,
Mary Cote (died 1910); 2d, July 17, 1911, Emma L.
Smith; children: W. Chandler, to. 1*82, Robert Cole,
b. 1885, B. Franklin, b. 18S9, Edson Warner, b. 189S,
Hugh Jameson, b. July 31, 1912. Teacher Placerville
Acad., Calif., 1879-1883; Canandaigua Acad., N. Y.,
1883-1885. Admitted to practise law in the Supreme
Court, 18S5; elected county judge, 1S96; re-elected,
1902; Counsel to Legislative Primary Investigating
Com., 1909-1910. Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Can-
andaigua Scientific Ass'n; Masonic order (past master).
B'd of Ed'n, Canandaigua. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n N.
Y. State Bar Ass'n. Club: Genesee Valley (Rochester).
Address: 5 Hallenbeck B'ldg., Canandaigua, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Leipzig, Germany, Dec. 2, 1S55; s. Theo-
dor Knauth, founder banking firm Knauth, Nachod
& Kuhne. and Fanny E. (Steyer) Knauth; ed. St.
Thomas School, Leipzig; afterwards studied phil-
osophy and law at Univs. of Leipzig and Berlin; came
to U. S., 1877; grad. Columbia Law Sch.. A.B., 1879;
became a citizen of U. S., 1882; m. 1st, Utrecht, Hol-
land, 18S4, Elsie Ribbius Peletier (died 1886); 2d,
Ohemnitz, Germany, Nov., 1893, Elsie M. Uhlich;
children; Use, b. 1894; Susanne, b. 1895; Ursula, b.
1899; Bethold, b. 1905; Johannes Peter, b. 1907. Served
clerkship under ex-Gov. Salomon in N. Y. City; in
1884 formed firm of Briesen, Steele & Knauth, with
Arthur V. Briesen and Sanford H. Steele; continued
since 1889 under firm name of Briesen & Knauth, en-
gaged In general practise. Contributor to German
Legal periodicals. Mem. Citizens' Union for many
years; has taken part in every movement for re-
form of City Gov't; treas. Good Gov't Club, 19th As-
sembly Dist. Independent in politics. Pres. Vigilant
Mills; v.-p. Regina Co., Botany Worsted Mills, Ger-
manistic Soc. of America. Mem. Am. and N. Y. City
Bar Ass'ns, N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n, Law Insi.
Library Ass'n, Dwight Alumni Ass'n; trustee River-
side Day Nursery; dir. Germanic Museum. Spends
summers at Bolton, on Lake George. Clubs: City.
German, N. Y. Riding, Lawyers. Residence: 246
We3t End Av. Address: 25 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. N. Y. City, June 3, 18S7; s. Percival and
Mary lies (Whitman) Knauth; grad. Harvard and Co-
lumbia univs.; m. N. Haven, Me., Aug. 29, 1911, Anna
Dixwell Clements; one son, Oliver D., to. June 6, 1912.
Instr. in economics at Princeton Univ. Clubs: Har-
vard, Nassau. Addresses: Princeton, N. J., and 302 W.
76th St., N. Y*. City.


Lawyer; b. Binghamton, N. Y., May 6, 1863; s. An-
drew Jackson and Lucy Adaline (Parker) Kneeland;
ed. Augusta (N. Y.) Acad., Colgate Acad. (Hamilton,
N. Y.), grad. 18S4 (honors), Madison Univ. (Hamilton,
N. Y.), A.B., 1SS8; m. April 21, 1S87, Martha H. Sey-
mour; children: Joy Pauline, b. 1891; Belle Genevieve,
b. 1893. Admitted to all courts of record of State,
1888. at Syracuse to Federal Court later, and U. S.
Supreme Court, 1900; senior mem. law firm of Knee-
land, Files & Reese, now practising alone. City att'y
of Rome, N. Y., 1891-1896; partner of Judge Isaac J.
Evans, county judge of Oneida County, several years;
later of Hon. Howard C. Wiggins, of Rome, N. Y.,
and of Hon. John C. Evans, of Rome, N. Y., several
years. Removed to N. Y. City, 1902. Republican; Uni-
tarian. Life mem. N. Y. State Bar Ass'n; mem. Am.
Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. County
Lawyers' Ass'n, Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
Mason, 32, Knight Templar, and all Masonic bodies;
past master and past comd'r. Mem. many clubs.
Residence: 220 W. 98th St. Address: 115 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Quebec, Canada, May 17, 1845; s. Gardner
and Julia (Castle) Kneeland; ed. McGill Univ., Mon-
treal, and Union Coll., LL.D.; m. Albany, N. Y., 1872,
Mary Stuart Wilson. Served in Civil War and after-
ward studied law; practising in N. Y. City since
1872. In 1886 prepared and secured passage of an
act abolishing perpetual imprisonment for debt in
State of N. Y. Mem. Gen. Assembly of N. Y., 1S94;
judge-advocate gen. of N. Y. State, 1896-189S. Coun-
sel to large firms and corp'ns. V.-p. Dep't of Paint-
ing, Brooklyn Inst. Arts and Sciences; fellow Royal
Geog. Soc Author: Treatise on Commercial Law,
Kneeland on Attachments; Seven Centuries in the
Kneeland Family. Residence; Hotel Chelsea. Address:
74 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Medical dir. (life ins.); b. Manchester, Mass., Nov.
21, 1S64; s. Jo'hn and Deborah (Carleton) Knight; ed.
Phillips Andover Acad., Harvard Univ., A.B., 1SS7,
M.D., 1691; m. Boston, Oct. 1, 1891, Abbie F. Knight.
Med. dir. Met. Life Ins. Co. Episcopalian. Mem. N.
Y. Acad. Medicine, Harvard, Med. Soc of N. Y. City.
Clubs: Harvard, Manhattan. Address: 1 Madison Av.,
N. Y. City.


inker; to. Stafford, Conn., April 16, 1833;
s ' I i Mary (Temple) Knight; ed. Monson

Acad ' ip't N. Y. Univ., M.D.; m. Peekskill, N.

^ 7. ' S59. Lucy W. Brown; children: Lucy,

Cos V.sher, Mabel 'Temple. Pres. Peekskill Sav-

u Bank; d ". Westchester Nat. Bank. Republican;



Presby'n. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N. T. State Med.
Ass'n, Westchester County Med. Ass'n. Address: 1018
Park St., Peekskill, N. v.


Ex-mayor of Buffalo; b. Buffalo, N. T., Mar. 1, 1857;
ed. public schools; m. Buffalo, N. Y May 14, 1881.
Mary Elizabeth Cowles. Commission merchant,
18S7; engaged in real estate business in 1S87, which
still continues; supervisor, 1SS9-1S95, and chm'n, 1SU4;
comptroller City of Buffalo, 1S95-1900; comptroller of
State of N. Y., 1901; mayor Buffalo, 1901-1905. Pres.
and gen. mg'r Isle of Pines Home and Plantation Co.
Grand Commander, Knights Templar, State of N. Y.,
1905-1906. Address: Buffalo, N. Y.


Civil engineer; b. Brownsville, Erie Co N. Y'., March
6, 1S6S; s. John and Mary (.Uoulton) Knighton; ed.
public schools, Buffalo; Parker Union Sch., Clarence,
N. Y.; grad. Cornell Univ., C.E., 1S91; m. Buffalo, N. Y.,
1895, Ida Sackett; children: Willis Sackett, b. 1890,
Marian, b. 1900. Was engaged, 1S91-1894 and 1895-
1901, on the Buffalo grades crossings improvement;
parts of 1S94 and 1895 with the Berlin Iron Bridge
Co.; since 1901 in the Dep't of Bridges, N. Y. City;
was in charge of construction of Blackwell's Island
Bridge. Lieut., and later capt., 16oth Reg't, N. Y.
Vols., during its existence, in 1898. Methodist. Mem.
Am. Soc. of Civil Eng'rs, Municipal Eng'rs of the City
of N. Y\, Am. Soc. for Testing Materials. Address: 207
W. 107th St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Halle-on-the-Salle, Germany, Nov. 27,
1S57; s. Adolphus and Nanina Knopf; ed. in Halle
Municipal High Sch.; came to U. S. in youth; settled
first in N. Y. City and later at Los Angeles, Calif.;
taught languages and attended Univ. of Southern
Calif, until 1886; grad. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll.,
M.D., 188S; m. Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 19, 1889, Pearl
Nora, d. Harrison Gray Dyar. Engaged in med. prac-
tice in Los Angeles, 18S8; went to France, 1890, grad.
Univ. of Paris, 1S95; spent a year, 1895-1896, in Europe
in special study of sanatorium treatment of consump-
tives, being ass't physician to Prof. Dettweiler of the
Faulkenstein Sanitarium; made laureate Acad. Medi-
cine of Paris, 1896, for doctorate thesis "Les Sanatoria.
Traitement et Prophylaxie de la Phtlsie Pulmonaire";
settled in N. Y. City, 1896. Made laureate by Coll.
Phys. of Philadelphia, 1S98, for his work entitled Pul-
monary Tuberculosis: Its Modern Prophylaxis and the
Treatment in Special Institutions and at Home;
awarded prize by Internat. Congress for study of
Tuberculosis Congress in Washington, 190S. Contb'r
Disease of the Masses, and How to Combat it (since
published in 27 different languages). Has been in-
terne, ass't and visiting physician to several French
and Am. special hosp. for consumptives; hon. v. -p.
British Congress on Tuberculosis, London, 1901; chm'n
Com. on Relief of Sick Poor of N. Y. State Conf. Char-
ities. 1902. U. S. Gov't delegate to French Congress
on Tuberculosis, 1905, and mem. of Com. of Internat.
Tuberculosis Congress in Washington, 190S. Contr'r
to Twentieth Century Practice of Medicine, Nelson's
American Encyclopedia, American Treatise on General
Tuberculosis, and to various med. and sociol. jour-
nals. Asso. dir. Clinic for Pulmonary Diseases N. Y.
Health Dep't; visiting physician Riverside Sanatorium
for Consumptives, N. Y. City; prof, phthisiotherapy at
N. Y. Post-Graduate Med. School; consulting physician
sanatoria at Gabriels, N. Y., Binghamton, N. Y., and
Scranton, Pa. Mem. Am. Acad. Medicine (ex-v.-p.);
fellow N. Y. Acad. Medicine, A. A. A. S. ; mem. Am.
Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State Med. Ass'n, N. Y. Co. Med.
Ass'n, Soc. of Med. Jurisprudence; hon. fellow Maine
Acad. Medicine and Science, N. J. State Med. Soc, and
Sociedad Cientifico Antonio Alzate of Mexico; corr.
mem. German and French Socs. for the Prevention of
Tuberculosis; hon. dir. New Haven Anti-Tuberculosis
Ass'n; v. -p. Pa. Soc. for Prevention of Tuberculosis;
dir. Nat Ass'n for Study and Prevention of Tubercu-
losis; mem. Tuberculosis Com. N. Y. Charity Org'n
Soc. Address: 16 W. 93th St., N. Y. City.


Pres. Holley Hotel Co.; b. Orange, N. J., Oct. 22, 1879;
s. James and Margaret (MacMurray) Knott; attended
Peddie Inst., Highstown, N. J. (first prize in English);
m. N. Y. City, July 27, 1903, Agnes G. Geekie; children:
James Knott, b. Aug. 7, 1909; David H., Jr., b. Nov.
11, 1912. Treas. Wynotol Realty & Hotel Co.; largest
stockholder Duncan Hotel Co.; mem. B'd of Dirs. and
Exec. Com. Hotel Ass'n. Traveled around world. Rep-
resented the 25th Assembly dist. of N. Y. City in the
N. Y. State Assembly, year 1913. "Veteran 7th Reg't
N.G.N.Y. Served seven years. Did strike duty at
Croton. Democrat; Baptist. Treas. Baptist Social

Union of N. Y., Hotel Men's Ass'n. Recreations: Golf,
tennis, horseback riding. Clubs: 7th Reg't Veterans,
Iroquois, Aero of America. Address: 103 Waverley
PI., N. Y. City.


Real estate; b. N. Y. City, Sept. 4, 1863; s. Charles
and Elizabeth F. (Rutzler) Knowles; ed. public
schools; m. N. Y. City Nov. 11, 1890, Lillie Elder. Pres.
B. F. Knowles Co., Premier Realty Corp'n, Jamaica
Park South Realty Corp'n. Baptist. Trustee Faith
Home for Incurables. Residence: 764 Greene Av. Ad-
dress: 176 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Wilson, Niagara Co., N. Y., Feb. 26, 1844;
s. John and Agnes (Murray) Knox; ed. Wilson Col-
legiate Inst., 1861-1863; grad. Hamilton Coll., A.B.,
1807; m. Penn Yan, N. Y., June 26, 1872, Agnes R. Lap-
ham; children: Agnes Louise, b. 1878, Paul, b. 1884.
Has been engaged in the practice of law since 1872;
dist. att'v of Yates Co., 1878-1884, 1892-1S95; co. judge,
1896-1902; reelected for the term 1902-1908. Republi-
can. Mem. Masonic order, I. O. O. F., Knights of Mac-
cabees; trustee Palmer Inst., Starkey Sem. Clubs:
Penn Y'an, Penn Yan Yacht. Address: Penn Yan, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. New Castle, Pa.; s. John and Caroline
(Sheaffer) Knox; grad. Yale Coll., A.B., 1891; N. Y. Law
Sch., LL.B., 1893; admitted to N. Y. Bar, 1S93; m. N. Y
City, Jsn. 27, 1898, Florence Tilden Lynch. Engaged
In gen. practice of law in N. Y. City. Episcopalian.
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Sigma Nu fraternity.
Club: Yale. Address: 208 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Rome. N. Y., 1852; d. Rev. William Eaton
and Alice Woodward (Jenckes) Knox; ed. Rome Acad,
and prjivate schools; grad. Elmira Coll., A.B.; inst'r
Elmira Coll.; prof, in Welleslev Coll.; prin. Emma Wil-
liard Sch., Troy, N. Y.; prin. Miss Knox's Sch., Briar-
cliff e Manor, N. Y. ; has made various journeys in our
own and foreign countries, including a trip around the
world; sister of George William Knox, D.D., of Union
Theol. Sem. Address: Briarcliffe Manor, N. Y.


Civil engineer; b. Chelsea, N. Y., July 28, 1872; s.
Starr B. and Amie (Collyer) Knox; prepared at Mount
Pleasant Acad., Ossining, N. Y.: grad. C. E., Lehigh
Univ., class of 1893; m. Bridgeport, Conn., 1899, Katha-
rine Stanford. Contracting mg'r of Eastern Dist., Fort
Pitt Bridge Works of Pittsburgh, Pa. Episcopalian.
Mem. Phi Delta Theta fraternity; Am. Soc. of Civil
Eng'rs; mem. Advisory B'd of Hosp. of St. Giles the
Cripple; pres. Lehigh Univ. Alumni Ass'n, 1913-1914;
mem. Sons of the Revolution, Mt. Pleasant Acad.
Alumni Ass'n. Clubs: .Engineers, Lehigh Univ. (N. Y.
City). Residence: Standish Arms, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ad-
dress: 45 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Banker, exporter, importer; to. N. Y. City, Dec. 4,
1867; s. James Andrew and Adelaide Frances (Robin-
son) Knox; ed. public schs; m. N. Y. City, June 17, 1891,
Esther Melbourne Holder; children: William Mel-
bourne, b. Sept. 9, 1S93; Esther Adelaide, b. May 17,

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