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mem. Arion Soc. Liederkranz; awarded Rowland prize,
Am. Soc. Civ. Eng'rs, 1884. Clubs: Manhattan, City,
Reform. Address: 68 William St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Germany, Sept. 17, 1865; s. Isidor and
Esther (Freyer) Lindner; ed. N. Y. City public schs..
Coll. City of N. Y. and N. Y. Univ. Law Sch., LL.B.
(valedictorian class 1885); m. N. Y. City, Jan 19, 1889,
Minnie Bachman; children: Clarence R., b. 1890, Nan-
ette (Mrs. Walter S. Redelsheimer), b. 1892; Esther, b.
1895; Bertha, b. 1900; Dorothy and Marian (twins),
b. 1905. Admitted to practise of law, N. Y., 1886;
practised in N. Y. City until 1889, then became mem.
law dep't Title Guarantee & Trust Co., solicitor of
Title Guarantee & Trust Co., since 1905. Appt'd lec-
turer on real estate in N. Y. Univ. Sch. of Commerce,
Accounts and Finance, 1905-1913. Dir. and mem. Exec.
Com. Realty Notice Corp'n; dir. Municipal Mortgage
Co. Mem. Com. of 107, N. Y. City. 1913; mem. Law
com. and com. on org'n City Economy League, 1913;
dir. and chm'n Law Com., Allied Real Estate Interests
of N. Y., and counsel to its com. on Height of Bld'gs;
mem. Com. on Legislation, Citizens' Union, Advisory
Com. of Lawyers to N. Y. Factory Investigation
Comm'n. Author: Real Estate in Modern Business (Al-
exander Hamilton Inst.), N. Y. City. Mem. N. Y. State
Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. County Law-
yers Ass'n. Clubs: City, Underwriters. Residence:
250 W. 91st St. Address: 176 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Retired ins. official; b. near Dublin, Ireland, Oct.
25, 1843; s. William H. and Jane S. (Seton) Lindsay;
ed. at Rugby, and private schs. in this country; m.
N. Y. City, 1S78, Mary Lewin Bell; children: Lewin
Seton, b. 1879; Harvey Bell. b. 18S0. Formerly resi-
dent mg'r for N. Y. Life Ins. Co. in West Indies, India,
China, Japan and other Oriental countries; later for
Great Britain and Ireland. Enlisted Civil War, 1861;
subsequently became 1st lieut., later acting ass't adj.

gen. on Brigade and Div. staffs; wounded at Fair
Oaks. Progressive; Episcopalian. Mem. Chamber of
Commerce, London; Mil. Order Loyal Legion, Nat.
Geog. Soc, Met. Museum of Art, Navv League, Japan
Soc. Clubs: Merchants, Pilgrims, Country, Army and
Navy. Residence: Sheen Farm, near Cold Spring, N.
Y. Address: 346 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Merchant; b. Rochester, N. Y. ; s. Alexander M. and
Adelaide (Hatch) Lindsay; attended Westminster
Sch., Univ. of Berlin, Germany, and Williams Coll.;
m. St. Margarets, Westminster, London, Grace C. Cur-
tice. Dir. Sibley, Lindsay & Curr Co. Clubs: Genesee
Valley, Country (Rochester). Address: Rochester, N. Y. /


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 31, 18C5; s. Dr. William
Francis and Sarah A. (Vrendenburgh) Lindsay; ed.
Public Sch. 35; N. Y. Univ. Law Sch., 1S87; m. St.
Louis, Mo., June 3, 1S95, Stella, d. Elisha Hall Gregory,
M.D., LL.D. Entered dist. atty's office as clerk, 1882;
admitted to N. Y. Bar 1887; was made deputy ass't
dist. att'y 1SS7, serving as such till 1893; ass't dist.
att'y 1S93-1S98; in practice since as mem. firm of
Nicoll, Anable, Lindsay & Fuller. Democrat. Pres.
N. Y. Soc. for Prevention of Cruelty to Children; v.-p.
N. Y. State Conv. of Socs. for the Prevention of
Cruelty; v.-p. Am. Humane Ass'n. Mem. Am. Soc. of
Internat. Law, Am., N. Y. City and State Bar Ass'ns,
A. A. A. S., St Nicholas Soc, Soc. Med. Jurisprudence,
Soc. Colonial Wars, Sons of Revolution, Am. Inst, of
Criminal Law and Criminology, Acad, of Polit. Science
of Columbia Univ. Clubs: Manhattan, Down Town
Ass'n, Calumet (N. Y. City), Fort Orange (Albany),
Knollwood Country. Residence: 34 W. 11th St. Ad-
dress: 31 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Educator, sociologist; b. Pittsburgh, Pa., May 10,
1869; s. Daniel Slater and Eleanor Elizabeth (Eng-
land) Lindsay; grad. Univ. of Pa., Ph.B., 1889, and
pursued post-grad, courses in European univs., re-
ceiving Ph.D., Univ. of Halle- Wittenberg, 1892; LL.D.,
Univ. of Pa., 1909; m. Philadelphia, April 9, 1S96, Anna
Robertson Brown; delegate to Internat. Conf. Y. M.
C. A. at The Hague, 1891; London, 1894; sp'l ag't
U. S. Senate Finance Com. to report on wholesale
prices in Europe, 1892; expert ag't U. S. Industrial
Comm'n to report on railroad labor, 1899-1900; comm'r
of ed'n in Porto Rico, 1902-1904; prof, sociology, Univ. of
Pa., 1904-1907; prof, social legislation, Columbia Univ.,
since 1907. Pres. Am. Acad. Polit. and Social Science,
1900-1902, v.-p. since 1902; pres. N. Y. Acad. Polit. Sci-
ence, since 1911. Sec, 1904-1907, now vice-chm'n Nat.
Child Labor Com., N. Y. City; dir. N. Y. Sch. of Philan-
thropy, 1907-1912; Fellow A.A.A.S.; mem. Am. Economic
Ass'n, fellow Royal Economic Soc, Great Britain.
Author: Die Preisbewegung der Edelmetalle, 1893;
Social Aspects of Philadelphia Relief Work, 1895;
Railway Labor in the United States, 1902; Education
in Porto Rico, three volumes, 1903-1905; Inauguration
of the American Public School System in Porto Rico,
1905; also miscellaneous monographs; three annual
reports of Nat. Child Labor Com., 1904-1907, etc.
Clubs: Century, City, Beta Theta Pi (N. Y. City),
Cosmos (Washington). Residence: 501 W. 120th St.
Address: 611 Kent Hall, Columbia Univ., N. Y. City.


Publisher; b. Columbus, O., May 21, 1877; s. Robert
Walker and Sarah (Burdell) Linen; ed. Public Schs.,
attended Ohio State Univ., 1 year; m. Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Jan. 3, 1905, Mrs. F. L. Schafuss (nee Hicks). Clerk
in fire ins office, 1898-1909, employed in publishing
reference books; 1909 began compilation of The
Cyclopedia of Am. Biography, revised edition of Ap-
pleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography. Episco-
palian. Member Ohio State University Ass'n of N. Y.,
New York Press Club. Residence: 685 Putnam Av.,
Borough Brooklyn. Address: 17 Madison Av.. N. Y.


Certified public accountant; b. Londcn, Eng.-, May
9, 1873; s. James A. and Frances H. (Chipchase) Ling-
ley; ed'. London, Eng., board sch's, Univ. of State of
N. Y., accountancy degree, C.P.A.; m. Brooklyn, N. Y.,
June 9, 1897, Clara Feltham. Until May 1, 1906, was
partner in Patterson, Teele & Dennis, certified public
accountants, of Boston and N. Y. City; assisted in
the accounting work relative to the consolidation
of Greater N. Y. Treas. Am. Real Estate Co. of
N. Y. Episcopalian. Mem. N. Y. State Soc. Public
Accountants, the Am. Ass'n Public Accountants.
Clubs: Transportation, Faculty (Columbia Univ.),
Salem (Salem. Mass.); The Ledges (Me., sec). Ad-
dress: 527 Fifth Av., X. Y. City.




Banker, author; b. Sussex, N. J., Sept. 4, 1S46- s.
Alexander and Julia (Vlbbert) Linn; grad. Yale, AB
1868 (editor Yale Literary Magazine, 1868, class poet)-
m. N. Y. City, 1871, Margaret A. Martin. Reporter
and .night editor N. Y. Tribune. 1868-1871; on editorial
staff N. Y. Evening Post, 1871-1900; resigned to devote
himself to literary work; admitted to N. Y. Bar 1S83
Mem. Comm'n appt'd by gov. of N. J., 1899, to report
on a scheme for the preservation of the Palisades,
which comm'n framed and secured passage of the
law under which the Interstate Comm'n (of which
was member until resigned, Nov., 1912) was appt'd
and which has rescued the Palisades from destruc-
tion. Pres. People's Nat. Bank, Hackensack, N. J.,
First Nat'l Bank, Ridgefleld Park, N. J.; Hackensack
Mutual Building and Loan Ass'n. Author: The Story
of the Mormons, 1902 (Macmillan); Rob and His Gun
1902 (Scribners); Horace Greeley, 1903 (Appleton).
Republican. Trustee Johnson Public Library, Hacken-
sack, N. J. Mem. Nat. Geog. Soc, N. J. Hist. Soc.
Club: Authors (N. Y. City). Address: 164 Clinton
PI, Hackensack, N. J.


Lawyer; b. Mongaup Valley, N. Y., Nov. 29, 1850; e.
J , ,, . and Emily Fidelia (Jordan) Linson; ed. Mon-
tlcello Acad., State Normal School, Albany; m. Mon-
"'"i";.^ 0c t :, J 16 - 18 T?- Ida Mapledoram (died
\ 2 h-l 90 ?} ; chlldren: Ernest J., b. 1873; Harold
M., b. (878; Kenneth K., b. 1880; John J., b. 1882 Ad-
mitted to bar, Jan., 1872. Corporation counsel Kings-
ton, 1S83-18S7; State Senator, 1888-1891; comm'r statu-
tory revision, 1892-1895; comm'r to recommend changes
in legislative procedure, 1895; v.-p. and att'y Nat.
Ulster Co. Bank; trustee and att'y Kingston Sav-
ings Bank Democrat. Mem. Am., N. Y. State, N. Y.
City and Ulster Co. (Bar Ass'ns; trustee and treas.
Kingston City Library; mem. Masonic Order, Knight
Templar Knights of Pythias. Clubs: Reform (NY
City), Kingston (Kingston). Address: Kingston,


Actress; b. Chicago; d. Abraham and Josephine Lip-
man; ed. in public and private sens, in Chicago; m.
Louis Mann, actor. Acquired taste for the stage by
success in amateur theatricals in Chicago; first pro-
fessional appearance with Mme. Modjeska in Odette
also In Camille, Frou-Frou and As You Like It for
one season; joined German stock co., in Chicago-
starred one season in German comedies; reappeared
on English stage as the Laughing Girl, in Incog;
later with Palmer Stock Co.. In Jim the Penman and
other comedies; leading r31e in The Strange Adven-
tujes -of Miss Brown, with husband, Louis Mann;

r ? TW JM d rri n Z h ? . GHrl from Paris - The Telephone
Girl and The G:rl from the Barracks; starred three
seasons in All on Account of Eliza, The Red Kloof
and Master and Pupil; temporarily retired from stage
'because of a fall by which arm was paralyzed; during
retirement wrote play of Pepi and comedy of Julie
Bonbon, in which she starred with husband. In col-
laboration with Samuel Shipman: Elevating a Hus-
band (Louis Mann starred 2 years), Children of To-
day (husband at present starring), The Roval Maid
It Depends on the Woman, Flames and Embers; also
Drive r N Y "cit ' stories - A<J dress: 131 Riverside


Artist- b. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec 6, 1849; s. Isaac
and Emily .Lippincott; commenced study of art at
Pa. Acad. Fine Arts and became an illustrator for
publications and later a scenic artist, practicing that
branch of art for six years, at the same time con-
tinuing to paint easel pictures. In 1874 went to
Europe to study as a pupil of L6on Bonnat, of
Paris; remained in Paris until 1882; m. 1893 Mrs
Amelia (Wilson) Chester. Returned to U. S. 1882;
established a studio in N. Y. City; was prof, painting,
Nat. Acad. Design, three years; asso. 1887, academ-
ician, 1896, Nat. Acad. Design. Painter of portraits,
figures, compositions and landscapes exhibited at
Paris Salon, and regular contb'r to Am. Art exb'ns;
devoted a portion of time to scenic painting, having
painted the scenery for Salambo, La Boheme, Manru
and other operas. Some of the most important oil
and water color pictures are: Un Jour de Conge
(Paris Salon, 1879); The Duck's Breakfast (Centen-
nial Exp'n, 1876); Pink of Old Fashioned (Water
Color Soc, 1882); Heler.a (Nat. Acad. Design, 1885);
Infantry in Arms; Love's Ambush; Pleasant Reflec-
tion. Made various trips abroad, Mexico and U S.
Mem. Am. Water Color Soc. Club: Century Ass'n.
Residence: 7 W. 43d St. Address: 1947 Broadway.
N. Y. City.


Poe*. author, critic; b. Brooklyn, N. Y.; d. Adolph
and Marie S. Lippmann; ed. private sens.; studied
music under Dr. William Mason and is an hon. mem-
ber class of 1909 of the Am. Coll. for Girls at Con-
stantinople, Turkey; contb'r to The Century, Harper's,
The Atlantic and other leading magazines. Author:
Jock o'Dreams; Miss Wildfire; Dorothy Day; Sweet
Peas; Dearie, Dot and the Dog; Every Day Girls; A
Fool and His Money; Cousin Faithful; The Facts in
the Case; -Martha By-the-Day- Making Over Martha.
Address: 17 W. 84th St., N. Y. City.


Writer; b. N. Y. City, Sept. 23. 1SS9; s. Jacob and
Daisy (Baum) Lippmann; ed. private sch. N. Y. City,
Harvard Univ., A.B., class 1910 (graduate student in
philosophy, 1909-1910, ass't in philosophy, 1910; elect-
ed to Phi Beta Kappa). Staff writer on Boston-Com-
mon, May-June, 1910; staff writer on Everybody's
Magazine, July 1910-Dec. 1911; contb'r to Everybody's,
Am. Magazine, Forum, Times Book Review, Inter-
national and various socialist papers. Author: A
Preface to Politics, May, 1913; Introduction to Poems
of Paul Mariett, May, 1913. Traveled extensively in
Europe. Exec. sec. to Mayor of Schenectady, Jan.-
May, 1911. Formerly on Exec. Com. Intercollegiate
Socialist Soc. Club: Harvard. Address: 46 E. 80th
St., N. Y. City.


Architect; b. N. Y. City, April 25, 1872; s. William
B. and Emily (Pope) Litchfield; grad. Brooklyn Poly. ~
Inst., 1889; Stevens Inst, of Tecnnology, M.E., 1892;
m. Stockbridge, Mass., 1906, Elizabeth B. Rodman;
children: Elizabeth B., William B. For some years
mem. firm of Lord & Hewlett; subsequently of Tracy,
Swartwout & Litchfield; at present in independent
practice. Alone and with partners, architect of many
important bld'gs including St. Paul Public Library,
U. iS. Post Office and Court House, Denver, Colo., James
J. Hill Library of Reference, Brooklyn Masonic
Temple, Westchester County Court House, City Club
of N. Y., and many public libraries, banks and other
monumental structures. Mem. (1907) Comm'n for Re-
vision of Bld'g Code of City of N.Y. Author of pro-
posal to limit the size of bld'gs in N.Y. City by volume.
Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Inst, of Archi-
tects. V.-p. N. Y. State Ass'n of Am. Inst, of Archi-
tects, Municipal Art Soc, Am. Federation of Arts,
Brooklyn Inst., Brooklyn League, Soc. of Colonial
"Wars. Tau Beta Pi fraternity. Club: City. Address:
477 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Gloversville, N. Y., Jan. 20, 1859;
s. Nathan and Harriet (Sporborg) Littauer; ed. Char-
lier (N. Y.) Inst.; grad. Harvard Coll., A.B., 1878. Suc-
ceeded to the glove mf'g business of father, 1882, and
now extensively engaged therein; elected to U. S.
Congress in 1896 and has served 5 terms; refused
unanimous renomination in 1906; mem. Nat. and State
Convs. of Republican party since 1896; mem. of Com
on Appropriations while in Congress; had charge or
bills: legislative, executive and judicial; urgent de-
ficiencies, general deficiencies, fortifications. Pres.
Gloversville Knitting Co.. Fonda Glove Lining Co..
Metropolitan Sewing Machine Co. (Nvack), Glove Mfr's
Ass'n, v.-p. Glen Telephone Co.. I. G, & K. R. R. Co.,
treas. Monroe-Eckstein Brewing Co., dlr. Fulton Co.,
Bank (Gloversville) the State Bank of N. Y., Mclntyre
Iron Co., Fulton Co. Gas & Electric Co., Central Hud-
son S.S Co. Republican; Hebrew. Regent of Univ.
State of N. Y. Mg'r Nathan Littauer Hosp., Glovers-
ville. Recreations): Rowing, fishing. Clubs: Metro-
politan (Washington, D. C), Harvard (N. Y. City).
Fort Orange (Albany), Chevy Chase Golf (Md.), Green-
wich County (Conn.). Address: Gloversville, N. Y.


Railway official: b. X. Y.. 1S65; s. Nathan and Har-
riet (Sporborg) Littauer; grad. Harvard Univ., A.B. ;
Columbia Law Sch.: m. New Haven, 1899. Catherine
M. Manice; one d. Catherine Louise, b. 1901. Dir. U.
S. Fastener Co., Fulton Knitting Mills: pres. Johns-
town, Gloversville & Kingsboro R. R. Co. Formerly
v.-p. Fonda. Johnstown & Gloversville R. R. Co. Aide
to Gov. Theodore Roosevelt, and Gov. Benjamin B.
Odell with rank of lieut.-col. Republican. Recreations:
Fox hunting', rhting. Clubs: Metropolitan.

Chevy Chaei 'alley. Residences: "Belwood,"

Mt. Morris. N. Y . and Washington, D. C.


Lawyer: b. ~i\ ishington, D. C, Nov. 11, 1864; s.
John D. B and Columbia (Thaw) Littell; descended
an materr.i. .s.cle from Thaw and Woodside families
prominent .< . identified with Colonial and Revolutionary



periods; ed. Gonzaga Coll., Washington, D. C.J m.
Washington, D. C, May 16, 1889, Mabel, a. Gen. Green
B. Raum; children; Mabel Thaw, b. 1890 (married
1912, Rev. Ernest Risley Eaton of Melbourne, Aus-
tralia); Joseph R, 2d, b. 1S91. Engaged exclusively
in practice in patent, trade-mark, and copyright
causes for 30 years; In sp'l practice in patent law;
consulting counsel and authority upon law of patents;
retained in many important cases in this country
and abroad. Traveled extensively in S. America and
Europe. Republican. Veteran Naval Reserve Service;
mem. numerous fraternal org'ns. Recreations; Ath-
letics, sports, travel; interested in exploration, Arctic
research, and scientific discovery. Residence: Hotel
Imperial. Address: Woolworth Bld'g, 233 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Printer, editor, publisher; b. N. T. City, Dec. 15,
1873; s. Joseph James and Josephine (Robinson) Little;
ed. in N. Y., private schools, and Packard's Business
Coll., m. N. Y. City, April, 1897, Marguerite Lanier
Winslow; children: Winslow, b. 1899; Arthur West, Jr.,
b. 1901. At age of 18 years entered printing and
binding establishment of father (J. J. Little & Co.)
and devoted 2 years to learning principles of the
trade; entered business dep't and shortly after be-
came officer of the company. In 1902 assumed mg'mt
of Pearson's Magazine, of which is still editor and
publisher; pres., treas. and dir. J. J. Little & Ives
Co.; v. -p. and dir. St. Nicholas Seventh Av. Theatre
Co; pres. and dir. The Pearson Publishing Co.;
Estate of Joseph Little, Inc.; sec. and dir. Demorest
& Little (realty co.). Visited Europe five times and
West Indies twice; traveled in England, Ireland,
France, Italy, Holland, Belgium. Germany, Jamaica
and Cuba. In 1891 joined Co. I, 7th Reg't; served
as private, lance corporal and corporal until 1898;
in 1898 volunteered for Spanish-Am. War and joined
171st Reg't, N. G. N. Y., as capt. of Co. D, but reg't
was not mustered into U. S. service. In 1899 joined
71st Reg't. N G. N. Y., as 1st lieut. Co. I; in 1900
became a.d.c. to Gen. George Moore Smith, of 5th
Brigade (later 1st Brigade), with grade of capt.; in
1910 became insp.-gen. 1st Brigade, grade of major;
resigned 1912; served with 7th Reg't in Brooklyn
trolley car riots, 1895. Independent Progressive.
Episcopalian. Mem. Soc. Sons of Revolution. Resi-
dence: Short Hills, N. J. Address: 435 E. 24th St.,
N. Y. City.


Sec. Glens Falls Ins. Co.; b. Glens Falls. N. Y., Mar.
14. 1849; s. R. M. (for many years pres. of Glens
Falls Ins. Co.) and Nancy Little; ed. common schools;
m. Glens Falls. 1873, Alida Brown. On leaving school
went into fire ins. business as clerk in local agency
office; afterward sp'l agent for Royal Ins. Co. and
sp'l and gen. agent for Glens Falls Ins. Co.; elected
sec. 1893, and v.-p 1908; president of native village.
Trustee M. E. Ch. Address: Glens Falls, N.Y.


Physician, SHrgeon; b. Ogdensburgh, N. Y., 1862;
s. Francis and Marguerite (Johnstone) Little; ed.
Ottawa (Can.) Collegiate Inst., Burlington (Vt.) Univ.,
Jefferson Med. Coll.. Philadelphia, and Coll. Phys. and
Surg.. Baltimore; m. N. Y. City. Annie Slater Roys-
ton; children: E. Royston, Percival P., W. E. Eustace,
Jr., Marjorie J., Hester J. R. Practising physician and
surgeon for 29 years. Democrat: supervisor Town
of Rosendale 12 years; coroner of Ulster Co., 3 years;
mem. Gen. Assembly, 1 year and has held minor
offices. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State Med. Soc.
Ulster Co. Med. Soc. Episcooalian, Mem. B. P. O.
Elks, Knights of Labor, Knights of Pythias. Odd
Fellows, Foresters of America, Junior and Senior
Order of Am, Mechanics, LoyUl Order of Moose. Ad-
dress: 52 St. James St., Kingston, N. Y.


Rear Admiral U. S. Navy; b. Newburgh, N. Y. Dec.
31, 1852; s. William Nelson and Margaret (Thall)
Little; grad. U. S. Naval Acad.. 1875; m. Brooklyn.
N. Y.. 1876. Kate Sewell: children: Gertrude Virginia,
b. 1877; James Bampton, b. 1889; Margaret Nelson,
b. 1891. Lieut. -comd'r, 1899, comd'r, 1904, captain, July
1, 1908. rear admiral, March 26. 1913, senior insp.
of Ordnance, machinery and navigational material for
the U. S. Navy vessels, building at works of the
Fore River Shipbuilding Corp'n. Took active part
in Santiago Campaign, Philippine Campaign, and the
Boxer Rebellion. Chii.a. Received three service cam-
paign medals war service. Mem. Nat. Geog. Soc,
Am. Soc. of Naval Eng'rs-, Xat. Soc. of Study and Pre-
vention of Tuberculosis. Clabs: Army and Navy
(Washington D. C). Army and Navy (N. Y. City),

St. Botolph (Boston, Mass.), Boston Yacht (Boston,
Mass.) Quinsigamond Boat (Worcester, Mass., hon.
mem). Residence: 120 Quincy Av., E. Braintrec, Mass.
Address; )'. O. Box 94, yuincy, Mass.


Clergyman; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 21, 1864; a. Milton
Smith and Anna Elizabeth (Shull) Littlefleld; grad.
Johns Hopkins Univ., A.B., 1890, Union Theol. Sera.,
1892; m. N. Y. City, 1895, Luella Gardner; one d.
Helen Blauvelt Littlefleld. Ass't pastor Central Pres-
by'n Ch., N. Y'. Cny, 1892-1896; preacher to the Hill
School, 1896-1897; chaplain Barnard Coll., 1898; pastor
First Union Presby'n Ch., N. Y. City, 1898-1907; pastor
Bay Ridge Presby'n Ch., Brooklyn, 1907-1911; Dist.
sec. Cong'l Sunday Sch. and Publishing Soc. since
1911. Lecturer Missionary Training Inst., 1895-1896,
1909. Mem. Alpha Delta Phi fraternity, Masonic fra-
ternity, Nat. Geog. Soc. Author: Handwork in the
Sunday School, Text Books of the Internat. Graded
Lesson Series; editor: Hymns of Worship and Service
for the Sunday School. LectureT and writer on re-
ligious pedagogy. Address: 1215 Dorchester Road,
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Journalist, author; b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 17, 1867;
s. Joshua and Elizabeth (Mitchell) Littlefleld; ed. Bos-
ton public schools by private tutors, and Harvard
Univ., 1888-1893; m. Boston, Oct. 30, 1893, Luigina
Amelia, . d. late Dr. Pagani, of Borgomanero, Italy.
Since 1897 on editorial staff of N. Y. Times; literary
correspondent of Chicago Record-Herald since 1905;
Was actively identified with the Dreyfus inquiry, first
to establish identity of Lieut. -Col. du Paty de Clam
as the author of the article which appeared in L'Eclair,
Sept. 14, 1896, narrating the circumstances of Drey-
fus's arrest and divulging the use of secret evidence
to secure his conviction. Am. correspondent of Le
Siecle, Paris; contb'r to L'Evenement, Paris; writer
of critical articles in various reviews. Author: "The
Truth About Dreyfus." Translator: "The Kaiser as
He is from Henri de Noussane's Le Veritable Guillaume
II." Editor: The Power of Sympathy, 1892; Letters
of an Innocent Man (Dreyfus), 189S; Earlv Prose
Writings of James Russell Lowell, 1902; Bismarck's
Letters to His Wife from the Seat of War, 1S70-
71, 1903. Mem. La Ligue de Droits de 1'Homme
(Paris), La Societa Dantesca (Florence). Address:
76 W. 12th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. near Kingston, Roane Co., Tenn., Jan. 12.
1872; s. Thomas Jefferson and Hannah (Ingraham)
Littleton; self-educated; m. Dallas, Texas, Dec. 1 1896
Maude Elizabeth Wilson; children: Martin Wilson, b.
1S9S; Douglass Marshall, b. 1900. Admitted to bar
July, 1891; was ass't prosecuting att'y of Parker Co.,
Texas, and later of Dallas Co., Tex.; ass't dist. att'y
Kings Co., N. Y., and while so engaged tried case of
People vs. William F. Miller, charged with larceny of
over $11,000,000; tried case of People vs. Doody,
charged with corrupting old City of Brooklyn; was
chief counsel for Harry K. Thaw, in the second trial
(in case of People vs. Thaw), charged with murder in
the first degree, which resulted in the acquittal of de-
fendant on ground of insanity. President Borough of
Brooklyn 2 years; chm'n Democratic State Conv. (N.
Y.), 1900; nominated Edward M. Shepard for mayor
of N. Y. City. 1901; nominated Judge Alton B. Parker
for pres. of U. S. at Dem. Nat. Conv., St. Louis. 1904;
elected to 62d Congress on Dem. ticket from 1st N. Y.
dist. Nov., 1910. Democrat. Recreation: Golf. Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: Lawyers, Nat. Demo-
cratic (Brooklyn); Garden City Golf (Garden City);
Manhattan (N. Y. City). Address: 149 Broadway, N.
Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Alstead, N. H., Dec. 1864; s. James Rus-
sell and Sarah (Blake) Bivermore; grad. Dean Acad
Franklin, Mass., 1884, Dartmouth Coll., A.B., 1888- m"
Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 21, 1890, Henrietta Jackson
Wells; children: Henry Wells, b. July 8, 1892' Russell
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