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M.D., 1876; subsequent studies in ophthalmology with
Dr. Herman Knapp; degree in ophthalmology from
N. Y. Ophthalmic Hosp., 1877; subsequent studies in
London, Berlin, Vienna; m. Buffalo, N. Y., 1887, Grace
K. Mosely; children; Katharine Park, b. 1889; Dorothea
Park, b. 1S92; Frances Park. b. 1894. Engaged in
practice in Buffalo from graduation; practice for
many years limited to diseases of the eye. Pres.
N. Y. Comm'n to Investigate the Condition of the Blind.
1902, and again of the Second Comm'n in 1906. Has
made frequent visits to Europe for study and Tecrea-
tion. Translator of de la Sizeranne's "Les Aveug-les"
into English; author of many addresses, pamphlets,
etc., on scientific and technical subjects. Independent
Republican; Episcopalian. Pres. B'd Mg'rs State Sch.
for the Blind. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, fellow Acad, of
Ophthalmology and Oto-Laryngology; sec. Buffalo Soc
Natural Sciences; mem. Am. Public Health Ass'n; v.-p.
Philharmonic Chorus. Clubs: City (N. Y. City) ; Saturn,
Liberal (pres), Country (Buffalo). Address: 454
Franklin St., Buffalo, N. Y.


Sup't Ethical Culture Schools; b. Centreville, Cape
Cod, Mass., 1877; s. Joseph Freeman and Emma Caro-
line (Hinckley) Lewis; ed. Barnstable High Sch..
Hyannis, Mass.. Dartmouth Coll., A.B., 1900: Harvard
Univ., A.M., 1301; m. Denver, Colo., June 20, 1903, Ellen
Anderson; children: Beatrice, b. 1904, Madeleine, b.
1905; Thomas Hinckley, b. 1910; Franklin Scudder. b.
192 3. Instr. mathematics and science, Hanover High
Sch. during senior year in college (1900); European

I summer of 1900; at Harvard as grad. student,

1900-1902; instr. in pedagogy, Dartmouth Coll., 1902-

3 906: ass't sup't Ethical Culture Schools, Feb.-July.

Bup't same since July, 1905. Mem. Phi Beta

. Soc Chi Phi fraternity. Address: 33 Central

Park W., N. Y. City.


Physician: t Hamilton, Ont., Jan. 27, 1861; s. John
W. mid Hannah M. (Gavin) Lewis: ed. Canisius Coll..
Buffalo, Ml Y. Homoeopathic Med. Coll., M.D., 1892;
N. Y Post-Graduate Coll., 1893; sp'l course Philadel-
phia, 1894; Lorn In L895; m July 12, 1910. En-
gaged in practice u medicine since 1892; now makes
special 5 ises of eye, ear. nos and throat.
Ophthalmologist Buffalo Homce. Hosp., Gowanda State
Homce. Hosi Mem. Burt..! r^ivil Service Comm'n. 1892-
1901. Repubiicai; Catholic. Mem. Am. Inst. Homoeo-
nathy. Am. OphtnaL. Otol and Larvnpol. Soc. N. Y.
State Homae. Me. Soc. Western N. Y. Homce. Med.
Soc, Erie Co If ice. Med. Soc (sec). Mem. B. P.
O. Elks, Buffalo "'>- Buffalo Soc. Natural



Sciences. Nat. Geog. Soc. Buffalo Catholic (Library)
Inst. Life mem. Florida Horticultural Soc, Amerl-
canus Soc. Clubs: Clinical, Buffalo Ophthal., Con-
coloaical, Am. Curio Collectors, Rotary. Address: 188
Franklin St., Buffalo, X. Y.


Clergyman, editor; b. X. T. City, July 24. 1871; s.
Thomas Francis Henry and Ellen (Gostling) Lewis,
grad. N. Y. Univ., A.B.. 1S93 (Latin salutatorian, Phi
Beta Kappa). A.M., 1S9."., Ph.D., 1896: grad. Union
Theol. Sem.. N. Y. City. J S9G : m. April 21, 190!). Eliza-
beth Adelaide Sammond. Ordained Sept., 1896, In
Cong'l ministry. Pastor of First Cong'l Ch., Schroon
Lake, N. X., 1896-1898: minister in charge First Cong'l
Ch., River Edge, N. J., 1902-1907: entered service of
Am Tract Si>c, 1898, as ass't in its publishing dep't;
now editor American Messenger and other publications
of the society; recording sec. of the society from
1906. Life mem. Am. B'd Comm'rs Foreign Missions,
Am. Tract Soc, Am. Missionary Ass'n, Cong'l Home
Missionary Soc. Mem. Brooklyn Inst., Manhattan
Cong'l Ministers' Ass'n. Cong'l Ministers' Meeting, Phi
Beta Kappa Alumni in N. Y. City, etc. Address:
150 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Franklindale, Bradford Co., Pa.. 1870;
s. William Schuyler and Aurillu. E. (Stevens) Lewis;
grad. Cornell Univ., Ph.B., 1892; Harvard Univ., LL.B.,
1901; mg'r at Chicago of Dcdd, Mead & Co., 1894-
1S96; v.-p. Powers, Fowler & Lewis, Chicago, 1896-
1S9S; lawyer since 1901, mem. law firm Lewis & Kel-
sey. Chancellor Walworth Lodge. F. and A. M. ; mem.
Beta Theta Pi fraternity. Mem. Penn. Soc. Ass'n
Bar of N. Y. City. Clubs: Union League, Lawyers, Re-
publican, Cornell Univ.. Wykagyl Country. Address:-
5 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer: b. Webster, Monroe Co., X. Y.. 10.
1861; s. Charles Chadwiek and Rhoda Ann (Willard)
Lewis; ed. Webster Union Sch.; m. 1st, Webster, X.
Y., Jan. 2, 1896, Adaline Louise Moody (died June.
1S94); 2d, Rochester, Nov. 8. 1899, Eva J. Gates: chil-
dren: Donald M., b. 1888; Roscoe C, b. 1893; Margaret
b. 1904, Virginia. Has practiced law continuously
since admission to bar in 1887; mem. law firm Lewis,
McKay & McMillan. Elected alderman, City of Roches-
ter, 1890; mem. N. Y. State Constitutional Conv., 1S94;
pres. Common Council, Rochester, 1893-1895: acting
mayor City of Rochester, 1895. Mem. N. Y. State As-
-semblv 1897-1899-1900-1901. Senator 43d senatorial
dist.. 1902-1906. Republican nominee for State comp-
troller of N. Y., 1906: chm'n Exec. Com. Rep. State
Com.. 1912-1913. Republican. Mem. St. Paul's Epis-
copal Church. Mason, Knights of Pythias. Clubs:
Rochester. Republican. Address: Rochester, N. Y.

Civil eng'r; b. Red Hook, N. Y., Feb. 1. 1856; s. John
N. and Jane (Nelson) Lewis; grad. St. Stephen's Coll.,
Annandale, N. Y., A.B., 1875, LL.D., 1910 Rensselaer
Poly. Inst., Troy, N. Y., C.E., 1879; m. Great Barrington,
Mass., Oct. 21, 1SS5. Minnie R. MactLean; children: Mar-
garet, b. 1888; Harold MacLean, b. 1889. Engaged in
railroad construction in Colo, and La., 1879-1884;
Brooklyn Water Works 1884-1886; railroad con-
struction in Ala. and Ga., 1886-1889; in municipal
eng'ring work in Brooklyn and N. Y. City since
1889. Eng'r in charge street improvements, City
of Brooklyn, 1894-1897; chief eng'r Bureau of High-
ways. Borough of Brooklyn, 1898-1901; since 1902 chief
eng'r B'd of Estimate and Apportionment, N. Y. City.
Represented City of N. Y. at Internat. Road Congresses
of 1908, 1910. 1913, and at Internat. Congress of Cities
in 1913. Author of numerous papers, reports and ad-
dresses on municipal subjects, more particularly city
planning and highway improvements. Mem. Am. Soc.
Civil Eng'Ts (dir. 1994-1906), Am. Soc. Municipal Im-
provements (pres. 1899), Am. Road Builders' Ass'n
Opres. 1818). Brooklyn Municipal (pres. 1.897-1898),
1903-1904), Delta Phi fraternity: (Dutch) Reformed
Ch. Recreations: Fishing, canoeing, wood life. Clubs:
Engineers. St. Elmo (N. Y. Citv), Brooklyn Engineers
(pres. 1898). Brooklyn Municipal (pres. 1897-1898),
Adirondack League. Residence: 1511 Albemarle Road,
Brooklyn, N. Y. Address: 277 Broadway, N. Y. City.


General sec. Prison Ass'n of N. Y. ; ib. Boston, Sept. 5,
1873; s. John Jay and Abbie Goodwin (Davis) Lewis;
ed. Boston Latin Sch., Tufts Coll. (Phi Beta Kappa),
A.B., 1895. A.M., 1S97, Univ. of Munich. 1897-1898; Univ.
of Pa., Ph.D.. 1900; m. Elizabeth. N. J.. April 20, 1908,
Edith Schieffelin Sabine. Inst'r Tufts Coll., 1895-1897;
three years' study in Europe, 1890-1S92, 1897-1S98;
prof. Ui'iv. of Maine, 1900-1905; with Charity Org'n Soc.
1905-1910. Universalist. Mem. Nat. Conf. Charities and

Corrections, Am. Prison Ass'n, and other philanthropic
bodies; sec Ninth N. Y. State Conf. Charities and Oor-t
rections; ass't sec. Comm'n on Hosps., N. Y. City (1906-
1907); sec. Nat. 'Prisoners' Aid Ass'n; pres. Fourth N. Y.
City Conf. of Charities and Corrections; mem. and sec,
B'd of Mg'rs State Industrial Farm Colony; mem. B'd
cii Mg'rs, Bowery Branch, Y. M. C. A. Editor: The De-
linquent; mem. Zeta Psi fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa
Soc. Club: Nat. Arts. Residence: 135 E. 15th St., N. Y.


Merchant; b. in Wales, Doc. 23, 1841; s. Richard
Vaughan and Elizabeth Lewis; ed. Mechanics' Inst.
Sch., N. Y. City; m. England, 1883, Miriam Ellis; chil-
dren: Helen, Edmund, Millicent, Wilfred, Richard, Jr.,
Arthur. Entered employ of J. & C. Berrian. 1856; suc-
ceeded as partner, with Henry C. Conger, to the busi-
ness in 1S6S; now pres. Lewis & Conger. Enlisted as
private, 9th Reg't, N. Y. Vol. Inf., and served until close
of the Civil War, 1862-1865. Baptist. Mem. Lafayette
Post, G. A. R. Club: Republican. Residence: Irving-
ton-on-Hudson, N. Y. Address: 45th St. and 6th Av., N.
Y. City. .


Physician (otologist and rhinologlst) ; b. N. Y. City,
Mar. 8, 1862; s. Robert and Catherine (Monks) Lewis;
ed. private and public schs. N. Y. City, Coll. City of N.
Y., Coll. Phys. and Surg., Med. Dep't Columbia Univ.,
M.D., 1S85; m. N. Y. City, 1892, Lillie B. Graham; chil-
dren: Robert Graham, b. 1901; Hallett Nixon, b. 1903;
Gwendolyn, b. 1906. Surgeon N. Y. Eye and Ear In-
firmary. Prof, clinical otology. Coll. Phys. and Surg - ,,
Med. Dep't of Columbia Univ., N. Y. City. Associated
with Dr. Albert H. Buck (who retired 1902), in 1892,
and engaged since then in sp'l practise of otology and
rhinology. Consulting otologist to Flushing and St
Francis Hosps. Contb'r to The Reference Handbook
of Medical Sciences; articles on: The Mastoid Opera-
tions (Volume V); Affections of the Auricle (Volume
III); Anatomv and Physiology of the Auricle (Volume
II); contb'r to Am. Practise of Surgery of "Surgical
Diseases and Wounds of the Bar" (Volume V); contb'r
to med. journals on otol. subjects. Mem. N. Y. Otol.
Soc, Am. Otol. Soc, Am. Rhinol. Laryngol. and Otol.
Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. Acad. Medicine, N. Y. Co.
and State Med. Socs., Am. Soc. of Sanitary and Moral
Prophylaxis, Nat. Ass'n for Study and Prevention ox
Tuberculosis, Soc. for Suppression of Unnecessary
Noises, Hospital Graduates' Club, Xi Graduate Chapter:,
Phi Gamma Delta. Clubs: Columbia University, Lau-
rentlan. Country home: Northport, L. I. Address: 48
W. 40th St., N. Y. City.

Editor; b. Cleveland, O.; s. I. J. and Harriet (Tracy)
Lewis; attended Cleveland and Painesville (O.) high
schs; m. Cleveland, O., Frances Oviatt: children: Ethel
(Mrs. Waldo Gross) and Tracy Hammond. Mn'g ed-
itor Kansas City News, Chicago Times. Philadelphia N.
American; editor and publisher Morning Telegraph. N-
Y. Pres. Morning Telegraph Co., Lewis Publishing
Co.; v.-p. Arnold Woodenware Co, Cleveland; dir. Cori/-
tinental Syndicate. Sec. B'd of Improvements, Cleve-
land. Dir. Newsboys' Home, N. Y. Clubs: Lotos, Oak-
land Golf, Great Neck Golf. Residence: Great Neck, L.
I., N. Y. Address: 203 Putnam Bld'g, N. Y. City.


Capitalist; ib. Germany, 1849; ed. Hambugh, Germany;
married; five children. After coming to U. S. engaged
in mercantile business. Now mem. firm of Adolph
Lewisohn & Sons; pres. and dir. General Development
Co., Miami Copper Co.; v.-p. Utah Consolidated Mining
Co.; dir. Kerr Lake Mining Co. and other mining com-
panies; Importers' & Traders' Nat. Bank, U. S. Mort-
gage & Trust Co., Mechanics' & Metals Nat. Bank,
Crocker-Wheeler Co.; pres. Hebrew Sheltering Guar-
dian Orphan Asylum; v.-p. Hebrew Technical School
for Girls; dir. in number of other charitable and edn'l
inst'ns. Residence: 9 W. 57th St. Address: 42 x Broad r
way, N. Y. City. \{1 ,' '


University prof., banker; b. Jersey City, N. J., March
27, 1855; s. William and Elizabeth (Marsh) Libbey;
grad. Princeton Univ., A.B., A.M., Sc.D., and in Berlin
and Paris: m. Princeton, N. J.. Dec. 10, 18S0. Mary E.
Green; children: Elizabeth M.. b. 1883; Amy M., b. 1890.
Prof, physical geography, Princeton Univ. Made expd'n
in West and Southwest, Alaska, Mexico, Hawaii, Cuba.
Greenland and Syria; also traveled abroad. V.-p. First
Nat. Bank, Princeton, Princeton Savings Bank, MeKin-
ley Hosp., Trenton. Capt. Co. L, 2d Reg't. N.G.N. J..
1900-1906: lt.-col. ass'n insp. Gen. Rifle Practice. N. X,
since 1907; adjutant Olympic Rifle Team. 1912. and Am.
Team. 1913; aide-de-camp on staff Gov. Wilson, Gov.
Fielder. Independent Democrat. Prestoy'n. Mem, and



foreign sec Am. Geog. Soc, N. Y. ; corr. mem. Am. Phil.
Soc. and Acad, of Natural Sciences, Phila., N. Y. Acad.
of Science, Boston Soc. Natural History; fellow Royai
Geog. Soc, Geol. Soc. of London, Societe de Geographie,
Societe de Geologic, Paris, A.A.A.S., Geol. Soc. of Amer-
ica, Soc. Am. Naturalists; v. -p. Nat. Geog. Soc
Geog. Soc, Phila., N. Y. Hist. Soc. Hist. Soc of N. X;
hon. mem. Geog. Soc. Liverpool, Eng. ; corr. mem. Geog.
Soc, Geneva; officier d'Academie, France, Gov. Soc.
Colonial Wars, N. J.; Gen. Sec. Sons of Revolution;
Councilor Order of Founders & Patriots of Amerlica.
Recreation: Rifle shooting. Clubs: Princeton, Army &
Navy, Century (N. Y.); Hamilton (Brooklyn), Nassau
(Princeton). Address: Princeton. N. J.


Physician; b. N. Y. City. 1872; s. Fajbush and Hulda
(Spivak) Libman; ed. public schs. ; grad. City Coll., A. B.,
1891; Coll. Phys. and Surgs., M.D., 1894; post-grad, work
at Berlin, Vienna, Graz, Munich and Prague; post-grad,
study at Berlin, 1903, and at Johns Hopkins Univ., 1906.
House iphysician Mt. iSinai Hosp., 1894-1896; ass't pa-
thologist 1898; asso. visiting physician, 1903; consult-
ing physician Har Moriah Hosp., prof. Clinical Medi-
cine, Columbia Univ., fellow N. Y. Acad, of Medicine;
mem. Am. Ass'n of Pathologists and Bacteriologists.
Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. Pathol, Soc, Harlem Med. Soc. of
N. Y.; Am. Soc. for Advancement of Clinical Investiga-
tion, Harvey Soc, Internat. Med. Museums Ass'n, Am.
Ass'n of Physicians. Author of a number of med.
papers appertaining to clinical medicine, pathology
and bacteriology. Address: 180 B. 64th St., N. Y. City.


Electrical eng'r; b. Newark, N. J., Feb. 12, 1860; ed.
Newark Acad., Stevens High Sch., Hoboken, N. X;
Stevens Inst. Technology, M.E., 1880. Entered employ
of Edison Electric Light Co., N. Y., 1881, and in 1SS2
was put in charge by Mr. Edison of installation of
elec. equipment of historic Peart St. Sta. ; sent by Mr.
Edison, 1882, to superintend installation of Milan
(Italy) Edison plant, and became dir. and chief eng'r of
Italian Edison Co.; returned to service of Edison Elec.
Illuminating Co. of N. Y., 1894. On the consolidation of
various lighting interests in N. Y. City, under the cor-
porate name of N. Y. Edison Co., appt'd 3d v.-p. and
asso. gen. mg'r; now v.-p. Pres. Elec, Testing Labora-
tories and dir. in several elec. corp'r.s; ex-v.-p. Am Soc.
Mech. Eng'rs; past pres. Am. Inst. Elec Eng'rs, Ass'n
of Edison Illuminating Co.'s and N. Y. Elec. Soc; Am.
Soc. for Promotion of Industrial Ed'n; hon. mem. Ital-
ian Soc. of [Eng'rs and Architects; mem. Am. Soc. Civil
Eng'rs, A.A.A.S.. Assocfazione Electrotecnica Italiana.
British Inst'n of Elec. Eng'rs. Franklin Inst., Philadel-
phia and many other eng'ring and 'Mvic soca. Has
(been decorated by King of Italy knight commander
Order Crown of Italv. Clubs: Engineers. Automobile,
Delta Tau Delta. Address: 55 Duane St., N. Y. City.


Chemist, mfr; b. Belecke, Germany, May 19, 1867; s.
Emanuel and Fanny Lieberi; ed. Lippstadt, Dortmund,
Strassburg (Germany), Phar.D.; m. 189S, Dora Gold-
berg. Came to U. S., 1891; founded firm H. Dieber &
Co.. manufacturing and importing chemists. Founded
and edited several years incandescent Gaslight Jour-
nal "Light." Author of several books, inventor and
patentee of several chemical technical products and
processes, also many radium patents. Pres. and dir. H.
Lieber & Co., Atlantic Blaugas Co., Gas & Oil Combus-
tion Co., Compressed Gas Mf'rs Ass'n, Gen. Transmis-
sion Co.; v.-p., treas. and dir. Blaugas Co. of America;
treas. and dir. Radium Inst, of America. Mem. Am.
Chem. Soc, Soc. of Chem. Industry, Verein Deutscher
Chemiker, Deutsche Chemlsche Gesellschaft, Franklin
Inst, A.A.A.S. Clubs: Manhattan. Drug, Chemists, Fac-
ulty (Columbia Univ.), Automobile of America, Royal
Automobile (England), Imperial German Automobile.
Residence: 272 W. 90th St., Address: 25 Madison Av.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 19. 1S74; s. Henry
and Emma (Dellevie) Liehmann; ed. Sach's Collegiate
Inst. Columbia Coll., A.B., 1S94 (winner of Chanler
Historical prize); Columbia Univ. Law Sch., LL.B.,
1897; m. N. Y. City, Feb. 27. 1901, Lulu Waxelbaum;
children: Henry, b. 1902; Eleanor, b. 1905; Walter
H., Jr., b. 1906. Mem. firm Liebmann & Tanzer. Mem.
Assembly from 29th Assembly Dist. Borough of Man-
hattan, 1908. Dir. Auto-Strop Safety Razor Co. Dem-
ocrat. Trustee United Hebrew Charities and chm'n
its exec. com. Mem. Soc. for Ethical Culture and
treas. its Fresh Air Fund. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of
N. Y., N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n, Jewlsh-
Am. Hist. Soc, Am. Pollt. Science Ass'n. Recreation:
Golf. Cluhs: City, Reform, Harmonie, Century. Coun-
try, Hollywood Golf. Address: 32 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Elec. and mech. eng'r; b. Shipman, Nelson Co., Va.,
1S79; s. William and Julia Anne (Conner) Ligon; of
old Va. family; ed. private schs. and Va. Poly. Inst.,
Blacksburg, Va., B.S., M.E. 1899; m. Lynchburg, Va.,
Dec. 9, 1903,- Anne Elsie de La Tour; children: Juliette
Anne, b. Feb. 1, 1906; Marguerite Elsie, b. April 5,
1907; William Daniel, Jr., b. May 31, 1908; Threse de
La Tour, b. May 2, 1910. Ass't prof. Eng'ring Dep't,
Miller Manual Labor Sch., Miller Sch., Va. ; ass't elec
eng'r for United R'ys & Elec. Co. of Baltimore; de-
signing eng'r for Ohio Brass Co., Mansfield. O.; de-
signing and elec. eng'r for Westinghouse Elec. and
Mf'g Co., Syracuse, N. Y.; factory mg'r for D. & W.
Fuse Co., Providence, R. I.; elec. eng'r for H. W.
Johns-Manville Co., N. Y. City. Pres. United Electric
Supply Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Enlisted with V. P. I.
corps of cadets as 2d lieut., Va. Vols., during Spanish-
Am. War, detailed to garrison Fortress Monroe. Va.;
consulting eng'r The Potomac River Power Co., Wash-
ington, D. C. Democrat; Baptist. Mem. Am. Inst.
Elec. Eng'rs (N. Y. City), N. Y. Southern Soc, N. Y.
City; The Virginians, N. Y. City. Royal Arch Mason,
Knight Templar, Shriner. Mem. Y. M. C. A., Mansfield,
O. Address: 33 Marion Road, Upper Montclair, N. J.


Advertiser; b. Hinckley, Minn., Aug. 8, 1878; s. John
Raymond and Elizabeth (Downs) Dillibridge; ed.
Brooklyn (N. Y.) public schs. Founded advertising
business now conducted as Ray D. Lillibridge Inc.,
1899; evolved system of rendering advertising (agency)
service with comm'ns eliminated, all customers or
clients paying a fixed retainer for service. Pres. and
dir. Ray D. Lillibridge, Inc., Clancy Metals Process Co.,
Moore Filter Co. of N. Y., Pacific & Northwestern R. R.
Co.; dir. Knickerbocker Importation Co. Mem. Nat.
Electric Light Ass'n, Am. Electric R'y Ass'n. asso.
mem. Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs, Am. Inst. Elec. Eng'rs.
Clubs: Engineers. Drug & Chemical, Columbia Yacht,
Atlantic Yacht, Racquet (St. Louis). Residence: 316
W. 97th St. Address: 111 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Retired; b. Providence, R. I., June 5, 1849; s. John
Larkin and Laura Eloise (Pearce) Lincoln; grad.
Brown Univ., A.B., 1870. Sec, treas. and dir. Jewell
Export Filter Co. Clubs: University, National (Lon-
don). Residence: 101 W. 55th St. Address: 7 Nassau
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Grafton, Vt., Aug. 5, 1848; s. Pratt and
Harriet (Whitcom'b) Lincoln; ed. public schools of
Vt. and East Otto, N. Y.; Chamberlain Inst., Randolph,
N. Y.; m. East Otto, Nov. 12, 1874, Lusette Bonsteel;
one son: Leroy A. Lincoln, b. Aug. IS, 1S80. Teach-
ing, 1867-1872; began study of law first, 1871, with
Joseph R. Jewell, at Little Vallev. N. Y.; later with
Hon. Charles S. Cary, at Olean, N. Y. Admitted to bar
at Rochester, April 10, 1874; practised at Little Val-
ley, 1874-1894; following 6 years was chm'n N. Y.
Statutory Revision Comm'n and legal adviser to Govs.
Morton, Black and Roosevelt; practised in Albany,
1901-1904. Appt'd editor of governor's messages un-
der new law providing for annotated edition of gov-
ernors' communications to legislature from org'n of
Colonial Assembly. 1683 to 1904. Author: Constitu-
tional History of New York (5 vols.). 1906; Funda-
mentals of American Government, 1907; Annotated
Messages (11 vols.). 1909; prepared notes for a third
edition of Abbott's Brief on Civil Jury Trials, and also
for a third edition of Abbott's Brief on Proving
Facts; wrote History of the Bench and Bar of Cat-
taraugus Co., 1893; contb'r to legal and other periodi-
cals. Lay delegate M. E. Gen. Conf., Los Angeles,
Calif., 1904, and Baltimore, Md.. 190S. Has been pres.,
trustee and att'y Village of Little Valley: 7 years
mem. B'd Ed'n; "supervisor, 1886-18S9; delegate to N.
Y. Constitutional Conv.. 1894, serving as mem. Com. on
Apportionment, Privileges and Elections, and Civil
Service. Address: 201 Norwood Av., Buffalo. N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Lindsborg, Kan.. Sept. 20, 1S72; s.
Andrew and Anna C. (Johnson) Lincoln; grad. Beth-
anv Coll., Linsborg, Kan., A.B., 1891, A.M., 1895; Au-
gustana Theol. Sem., Rock Island. HI.. 1893; post-grad,
work at Yale, 1S95-1896; unmarried. Ass't pastor
Bethany Ch., Lindsborg, 1S93-1S95; prof. Greek lan-
guage and literature, Bethany Coll., 1893-1895; pastor
Swedish Lutheran Ch., Meriden, Conn.. 1895-1896; First
Lutheran Ch., Jamestown, N. Y., since 1896; has trav-
eled in England, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, France,
Germanv and Switzerland; alternate delegate to Rep.
Nat. Conv., Chicago, 1904; mem. Park Comm'n. James-
town; pres. Jamestown Realty Co.; dir. Swedish-Am.
Nat. Bank. Republican; elector from 37th Cong. Dist.,



190S. Pres. B'd Directors Gustavus Adolphus Orphans'
Home, Jamestown; pres. Jamestown B'd Ed'n, 1903-
1909. Contb'r to papers and periodicals; editor of
monthly ch. paper. Author; Catechetical Instruction
for the Young. Elected mem. ot Assembly, 1910, and
1911, v.-p. N. T. Gonf. Address; 116 Chandler St.,
Jamestown, N. Y.


Merchant; b. Boston, June 28, 1S36; s. Ezra and
Chastine (Hartwell) Lincoln; grad. English High Sch.,
Boston, medal scholar; m. Boston, Dec. 22, 1863, Clara
A. Lothrop; children: Lowell, b. 1S65 (died Sept. 19,
1906); Ezra, b. 1S71 (died Aug. 16, 1907); Mrs. Clara
Lincoln Lee (wife of James Parrish Lee), b. 1874.
Mem. firm Catlin & Co.; v.-p. Greenwich Savings Bank,
Am. Asiatic Ass'n; dir. Mechanics' and Metals Nat.
Bank, German-Am. Ins. Co., German Alliance Ins. Co.,
mem. Met. Museum of Art. Museum of Natural His-
tory, N. Y\ Zool. Soc, New England Soc, Am. Geog.
Soc, Chamber of Commerce, Am. Forestry Ass'n.
Clubs: Union League, Merchants. Residence: 55 W.
37th St. Address: 345 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; b. Brunn, Austria, May 21, 1850; s.
Dominik and Franciska (Schmutz) Lindenthal; scien-
tific studies at colleges in Brunn and Vienna, 1S64-
1S70, E.D. {honoris causa), Poly Sch., Dresden, 1911;
m. 1st, N. Y. City, July 10 1902, Gertrude Weil (died
Oct. 21, 1905); 2nd, Feb. 10, 1910, Carrie Herndon of
N. C. Employed on surveys and construction of rail-
roads and, bridges in Austria ana Switzerland till
1874, when came to U. S.; eng'r Centennial Internat.
Exb'n, Philadelphia, 1874-1877, thereafter consulting
eng'r in construction of Western railroads, with main
office at Pittsburgh; removed to N. Y. City 1892. Orig-
inator, chief eng'r and architect of proposed bridge
over North River with a single span of 3,100 feet.
Contb'r of papers and essays, mostly on eng'ring sub-
jects, to scientific journals and eng'ring socs. Comm'r
of Bridges, City of N. Y., 1902-1903; completed con-
struction of Williamsburg Bridge and made plans for
the Blackwell's Island and Manhattan bridges; pre-
pared plans for reconstruction of Brooklyn Bridge and
for a great monumental bridge terminal and munici-
pal bld'g combined; was mem. of b'd of six consulting
eng'rs which planned the tunnels and terminals of
Pa. R. R. under the North and East Rivers and in N.
Y. City. Eng'r and architect Hell Gate Bridge over
East River for N. Y. Connecting R. R., which, when
completed, will be boldest and longest steel arch
bridge in the world. Pres. North River Bridge Co.;
mem. British Inst'n Civil Eng'rs, London, Am. Soc.
Civil Eng'rs, Canadian Soc. Civil Eng'rs; fellow A.A
A.S. ; mem. Verein Deutscher Mashinen Ingenieure In
Berlin, corr. mem. Oesterreichischen Ingenieur-und-
Architeken Vereins in Vienna, elected Jan., 190S,

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