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pared him to take degree of M.D. at Long Island
Hosp. Med. Coll. in 1885; m. Dora Schmand, of Rich-
mond Hill, L. I.; one son: Lefferts Campbell, b. July
11, 1906. Lectured in N. Y. Post-Graduate Med. Sch.,
1888-1889; one of founders of Brooklyn Throat Hosp.,
which has now become the Williamsburgh Hosp.; a
founder of the Brooklyn Post-Graduate Med. Sch.
Has taken many post-graduate courses of study here
and abroad. During ten years followed a very busy
general practise in medicine; since 1903 engaged ex-
clusively in otological and rhino-laryngol. work.
Sec. Faculty and Corporation of the Brooklyn Post-
Graduate Med. Sch.; mem. Exec. Com. Williams-
burgh Hosp.; pres. hosp. staff Williamsburgh Hosp.
Republican. Laryngologist and otologist Williams-
burgh Hosp., and German Evangelical Hosp.; prof,
diseases of ear, nose and throat in Brooklyn Post-
Graduate Med. Sch. Mem. N. Y. State Med. Soc,
Kings Co. Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n, D. I. Med. Soc,
Am. Laryngol., Rhinol. and Otol. Soc, Public Health
Defence League, etc Trustee Williamsburgh Hosp.,
Brooklyn Post-Graduate Med. Sch. Frequent con-
tributor to scientific societies and journals. Mason.
Address: 7S McDonough St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

McClelland, (thomas) calvin

Clergyman; b. N. Y. City, June 10, 1869; s William
and Elizabeth (Farrell) McClelland; ed. public schs.



N. Y. Univ., A.B., 1889, A.M., 1891, Ph.D., 1892 D.D.,
1906; grad. Union Theol. Sem, 1S92; m. N. Y. City,
July 12, 1892, Mary Louise Allason. Pastor Bushwick
Reformed Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1892-1893; North Re-
formed Ch., Brooklyn, 1S93-1S96; United Cong'l Ch.,
Newport, R. I., 1896-1905; Memorial Presby'n Ch.,
Brooklyn, 1905-1911. Minister in charge, Union Ch.,
Newburgh, since 1912. Author: Verba Crucis, 1902;
The Cross Builders, 1903; The Mind of Christ, 1909.
Presby'n. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Zeta Psi Fra-
ternity. Recreations: Pishing, golf. Clubs: Mon-
tauk (Brooklyn), Powelton (Newburgh). Address: 97
Johnson St., Brooklyn. N. Y.


Banker, railroad authority; b. Philadelphia, Pa.,
May 27, 1S62; s. John Wesley and Mary Ann (Hall)
McClement; grad. Central High Sch., Philadelphia,
A.B., 1879, A. JM., 1884; m. Portland, Ore., June 1,
1892, Lena Morgan; children: Morgan Hall, b. 1893,
Lena, b. 1897, Arthur, b. 1902. Clerk at Port Rich-
mond, Philadelphia & Reading R. R. Co., 1879; clerk
Pa. R. R.; auditor of disbursements, 1879-1881; chief
clerk to Comptroller Denver & Rio Grande, Mexican
Nat. R'ys, and Colo. Coal & Iron Co., N. Y. City, 1881-
1883; comptroller Northern Pacific Terminal Co.,
Portland, Ore., 1883-1885; ass't sec. and treas. Buf-
falo, N. Y. & Philadelphia R. R., 1886-18S7; comp-
troller Edison Elec. Light Co., and Edison Gen. Elec.
Co., 1887-1890; pres. of numerous elec. companines,
1890-1899- ass't to chm'n in reorg'n of Northern Pa-
cific R. R., 1894-1S97; comptroller Chicago Terminal
Transfer R. R., 1897-1899; v.-p. and comptroller St.
Louis, Peoria & Northern R. R., 1897-1S99; v.-p. and
chm'n Colo. Fuel & Iron Co., 1904; mem. firm George
P. Butler & Bro., 1899-1908. when retired from that
firm; dir. and chm'n B'd Allis-Chalmers Mf'g Co., H.
S. Kerbaugh, Inc., Kerbaugh-Empire Co., Empire En-
g'ring Corp'n; dir. Gen-Motors Co., Manhattan R'y
Co., Colo. Fuel & Iron Co., dir. and mem. Exec. Com.
Wabash & Pittsburgh Terminal R. R. Co.. Brooklyn
Advisory B'd Title Guarantee & Trust Co. Certified
public accountant; has made reports for important fi-
nancial interests in N. Y. City dealing with finances,
mg'mt and operation of railroads and other enter-
prises. One of appraisers to value assets of constitu-
ent companies sold to Internat. Harvester Co., 1903;
Repub; can. Mem. Acanthus Lodge, F. and A M
Recreation: Golf. Clubs: Lawyers, Hamilton
Brooklyn Riding and Driving, Dyker Meadow Golf,
Marine and Field, Lincoln, Midwood. Residence: 3->5
E. 17th St., Flatbush, Brooklyn. Address: 135 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Financier; b. Knoxville, Tenn., March 26, 1870; s
Franklin H. and Eliza Ann (Mills) McClung; ed. Phil-
lips Exeter Acad., 1884-1888; Yale Univ., A.B., 1892,
A.M., 1905; unmarried. Travelled 1892-1894; with St.
Paul & Puluth R. R. Co., St. Paul, Minn., 1894-189S;
r? ern R ' y Co - Nashville, Washington, Louisville,
1898-1904; treas. Yale Univ., New Haven, Conn., 1904-
1909; treas. of U. S., Washington, D. C, 1909-1912;
made trip around world, 1912-1913. Dir. Phoenix Mu-
tual Life Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn. Republican; Epis-
copalian. Treas. and dir. Am. Highway Ass'n, Wash-
ington; dir. Marion Inst., Marion, Ala., Arts and Crafts
Soc, Washington, D. C. ; councilman Nat. Boy Scouts
of America. Recreations: Travelling, tennis. Clubs:
University (N. Y.), Metropolitan, Chevy Chase, Riding
and Hunt (Washington), Graduates (New Haven).
Residence: The Connecticut, Washington, D C. Ad-
dress: 1 W. 54th St., N. Y. City.


Editor; b. Tecumseh, Mich., April 20, 1874; s. Samuel
and Annie (Sloan) McClure; grad. Wabash Coll., A.B.,
1898, A.M., 190S; m. Lincoln, 111., May 1, 1901 Emma
Elizabeth Hoblit. With McClure's Magazine and Mc-
Clure, Phillips & Co., 1898-1906-1910; now gen. mg'r
The Associated Newspapers. Republican. Mem. Nat.
Geog. Soc, Kappa Sigma fraternity. Mason. Recrea-
tion: Golf. Clubs: Dunwoodie, Nat. Golf Links of
America. Address: Singer Bld'g, N. Y. City.


Editor and publisher; b. in County Antrim, Ireland,
Feb. 17, 1857; s. Thomas and Elizabeth (Gaston) Mc-
Clure; grad. Knox Coll. (A.M.) Galesburg, 111., A.B.,
1882, A.M., 1887; m. Harriet Hurd; children: Robert,
Eleanor, Elizabeth, Mary. Established newspaper
syndicate, Nov., 1884, now S. S. McClure Co., of which
is pres.; founded McClure's Magazine, 1893, and the
publishing firm of McClure, Phillips & Co., 1900.
Trustee Knox Coll., Galesburg, 111. Mem. Nat Geog.
Soc, Union League Club. Recreation: Travel. Ad-
dress: 261 4th Av., N. Y. City.


College pres.; b. N. Y., July 31, 1857; s. Arthur J. and
Mary C. (Jones) McCluskey; grad. De La Salle Inst.,
N. Y 1871; Manhattan Coll., A.B., 1874; A.M., 1881;
studied at St. Joseph's Sem., Troy, N. Y., and Collegium
Maximum, Woodstock, Md. Ordained to priesthood,
1880; entered Society of Jesus, 1889; pastor St. Francis
Xavier Ch., New York, 1897-1901; pres. St. F/ancis
Xavier Coll., 1907-1911. Pres. Fordham Univ. since
1911. Address: Fordham Univ., Fordham, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Hamburg, Ark., Dec. 26, 1875; s. William
Faulkner and Mary Frances (Pugh) McCombs; grad.
Princeton Univ., A.B., class of 1898; Harvard Law
Sch., LL.B., 1901; m. London, Nov. 7, 1913, Dorothy, d.
Col. John R. Williams, U.S.A. In practice of law since
1901. Became mg'r Nat. Campaign for nomination of
Woodrow Wilson by Dem. Party for Pres. of U. S.,
1911; continued until nomination was secured at Bal-
timore; elected chm'n Dem. Nat. Com. July, 1912, and
was head of campaign which resulted in Mr. Wilson's
election; tendered ambassadorship to France, 1913. but
declined. Trustee Coll. City of N. Y. Mem. Exec.
Com. for Celebration of 100th Anniversary of Peace
among English-Speaking Peoples. Mem. Am. Bar
Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.,
Southern Soc. of N. Y. Clubs: Nat. Democratic, Prince-
ton, Manhattan, Harvard, Oakland Golf, Sleepy Hol-
low Country, Metropolitan, University (Washington),
Nassau (Princeton). Recreations: Golf, motoring.
Residence: Vanderbilt Hotel. Address: 96 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Publicist; b. Sparta, 111., Jan. 18, 1866: s. David and
Eliza (Foster) McConachie; grad. Knox Coll., Gales-
burg, 111., A.B., 1890, A.M., 1893; grad. student Johns
Hopkins Univ., 1892-1893; in Univ. of Pa., 1893-1894;
in Cornell Univ., 1894-1896; Ph.D., 1896 (Polit. science
and history); m. Madison, Wis., Oct. 30, 1909, Martha
Marion Fay; one d., Janet A., b. Dec. 1, 1911. Author:
Congressional Committees (Crowell's Library of Eco-
nomics and Politics); contb'r to periodicals. Mem.
staff of Nelson's Loose-Leaf Encyclopedia. In Philip-
pine edn'l service, 1901-1905; made trip around the
world. Instr. in politics and jurisprudence, Univ. of
Wis., 1905-1909; in service of Ed'n Dep't State of N. Y.,
1909-1913. On Staff of N. Y. State Library, Legislative
Reference Section. Mem. County com. of Progressive
Party, Albany, N. Y. Recreation: Horseback riding.
Residence: 119 N. Allen St. Address: Room 204, Ed'n
Bldg., Albany, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Westmoreland Co., Pa., Aug. 1, 1846;
s. David and Agnes (Guthrie) McConnell; grad. Wash-
ington and Jefferson Coll., A.B., 1868, LL.D., 1902;
Univ. of Pa., D.D., 1889: Hobart Coll., D.C.L., 1896;
Victoria Inst, of Great Britain, 1894; m. Erie. Pa.. Sept.
3, 1873, Anna Bliss; children: Ellicott, b. 1875. Guthrie,
b. 1876, Chrystie, b. 1892. Rector Holy Trinitv Ch.,
Middletown, Conn., 1876-1882; St. Stephen's Ch., Phila-
delphia, 1882-1896; Holy Trinity Ch., Brooklyn, 1896-
1902; All Souls' Ch., N. Y. City. 1902-1905; rector
emeritus All Souls, from 1905. Editorial writer for
Philadelphia and N. Y. papers. Author: History of
American Episcopal Church: Sermon Stuff; Sons of
God: The Open Secret; The Evolution of Immorality;
Christ; Christianity, etc. Clubs: Century, City (N. Y.
City), University (Philadelphia), Chesapeake Bay
Yacht. Residence: Sunset Farm, Easton, Md. Ad-
dress: City Club, N. Y. City.


Ex-deputy comptroller, City of N. Y.; b. N. Y. City,
June 18, 1864; s. Patrick H. and Ann E. (Hanion) Mc-
Cooey; ed. public schools, Brooklyn. N. Y.. 1871-1872;
public and high schools, Chester, Pa., 1872-1877; m.
Brooklyn, N. Y.,- Jan. 17, 1899, Catherine I. Sesnon;
children: John, b. 1899, Herbert, b. 1901, Adele. b. 1903,
Everett, b. 1906. Sup't of P. O. Station S. Brooklyn,
1888; ass't postmaster of Brooklyn. 1893-1898: deputy
county treas. Kings Co., N. Y., 1898-1899; sec. Civil
Service Commission, N. Y. City, 1899-1903; pres. same;
collector of assessments and arrears, Borough of
Brooklyn, 1905; deputy comptroller City of N. Y.. from
Jan. 1, 1906-1909. Trustee Nassau Trust Co.. Brook-
lyn, N. Y. Democrat (regular); Roman Catholic. Mem.
Emerald Soc, Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of Brook-
lyn, Brooklyn League. Clubs: Brooklyn, Hanover,
Madison, Sevmour. Kings Countv Democratic. Munici-
pal (Brooklyn). Address: 1426 Pacific St., Brooklyn,
N. Y.


Manufacturer, retired; b. Paris, 111., Sept. 13, 1865;
s. William Berry and Mary J. (Campbell) McCord:



grad. Princeton Univ., A.B., class of 1SS9; m. Danville,
111., Aug. 23, 1893, Fannie E. Davis; children: Dorothy
Davis, b. July 23, 1S94; Janet, b. June 7, 1903. Many
years engaged in active exec, control of several large
mfg interests in car bld'g, steel, iron and railroad
supplies, retiring, 1907. V.-p. and dir. McCord Co.;
dir. McCord Mfg Co., Mason, Davis Co. Mem. Grad-
uate Council Princeton Univ. Clubs: Railroad, Uni-
versity, Princeton (N. Y), University, Riverside Golf
(Chicago), Maidstone (E. Hampton, N. Y.), Nassau,
University Cottage (Princeton, N. J.), Suffolk Hunt.
Residence, E. Hampton, D. I. Address: 50 Church St.,
N. Y. City.


Borough pres.; b. N. Y. City; s. Thomas and Ellen
McCermack; ed. public schools and St. Gabriel's High
Sch., N. Y. Citv; m. Sarah A. Donnelly: two children.
Elected mem. of Assembly 1903; sheriff of Richmond
Co., 1904-190G; deputy comm'r water, gas and electric-
itv, 1907-1908: tax comm'r, 190S-1813. Elected pres.
Borough of Richmond Nov. 4, 1913. Address: New
Brighton, S. I., N. Y.

Mccormick, Joseph medill

Publisher; b. Chicago, May 16, 1879; s. Robert San-
derson and Katharine Van Etta (Medill) McCormick;
grad. Yale Univ., A.B., 1900; m. Cleveland, June 10,
1903, Ruth, d. late Senator M. A. Hanna; one d., Kath-
arine Augusta, b. 1913. Entered service Chicago Daily
Tribune as reporter, subsequently real estate and ins.
editor corr. in Philippines, and editorial writer in
Washington, D. C. vice chm'n Pogressive Nat. Com.
Progressive. Clubs: Chicago, Commercial, City, Chi-
cago Golf, New 111. Athletic, Saddle and Cycle, On-
wentsia. Atlas (Chicago), Union (Cleveland), Racquet
and Tennis. University (N. Y.), Metropolitan (Wash-
ington). Residence: 909 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago.
Address: 1505 City Hall Sq. Bld'g, Chicago, 111.


Author; b. Troy, N. Y., 1845; s. John Townsend and
Angelica Rachel Douw (Lane) MacCoun; grad. Wil-
liams, A.B., 1866, A.M., 1869; m. Quebec. Can., 1899,
Annie Dean. Was bookseller and publisher, 1869-
1S93; afterward in literary work, development of pat-
ent machinery and handling real estate; now again
in publishing business. Devised the system of using
in maps identical colors for each nationality In
successive maps, thereby teaching history by color,
first introducing the color system in Labbertson's
Historical Atlas and General History, 1SS7. Author:
MacCoun's Historical Geographv of the United States,
18S9; Historical Geography Charts of the United
States, 1S90; Historical Geographv Charts of Europe,
1895; Holv Land in Geography and History (2 vols.),
1S97; Maps of Berkshire Co., Mass., 1903; Historical
Geographv Charts of Engl:sh History, 1903. Mem.
Nat. Geog. Soc, Chi Psi fraternity. Address: 117 E.
39th St.. N. Y. City.

Chancellor emeritus of New York University; b. Ox-
ford, Ohio, Sept. 28, 1840; s. Rev. John Steele and
Eliza Hawkins MacCracken; ed. Miami Univ., A.B.
1S57. LL.D. 1S88; Wittenberg Coll.. D.D.. 1S78; N. Y.
Univ., LL.D., 1910; studied at United Presby'n Theol.
Sem., Xenia. Ohio, 1860-1862; Princeton Theol.
Seminary, 1S62-1863; Tubingen and Berlin Univs.,
1867-1868; m. Columbus, Ohio, 1872, Catherine
Hubbard; children: Mrs. Frederick Stockwell, John
Henry, George Gere, Henry Noble. Teacher of clas-
sics and sch. sup't, 1857-1861; pastor Westminster
Ch., Columbus, Ohio. 1863-1867; 1st Presby'n Ch., To-
ledo, Ohio, 1868-1881; chancellor Western Univ. of
Pittsburgh, Pa, 1S81-18S4; vice-chancellor and prof,
philosophy, N. Y. Univ., 1884-1891; deputy to Gen. As-
sembly, Free Ch. of Scotland, 1867, and to Irish
Presbv'n Gen. Assembly, 1884; chancellor N. Y. Univ.,
1891-1910: committeeman of Hall of Fame, which was
organized by him, 1900. Author Tercentenary of
Presbvterianism, A Metropolitan University, Leaders
of the' Church Universal (3 vols.). Address: University
Heights, N. Y. City.


University professor; b. Rochester, Vt., Sept. 20,
1S75; s. Henry Mitchell and Catherine (Hubbard)
MacCracken; ed. Lyons Collegiate Inst., N. Y. City,
N. Y. Univ. A.B., 1894, A.M., 1897; Univ of Halle-
Wittenberg, Germany, Ph.D., 1899; Westminster Coll.,
LL.D., 1903; m. 1910. Edith Constable. Butler philos.
fellow. N. Y. Univ., 1894-1895; instr. philosophy, same,
1S96-1899; ass't prof, philosophy, same, 1S99; pres.
and prof, philosophy, Westminster Coll., Fulton, Mo.,
1S99-1903; syndic N. Y. Univ. and prof, politics since
1903. Acting chancellor, 1910; trustee N. Y. Univ.;
pres. College B'd Presby'n Church. Progressive ^ in
national politics. Presby'n. Mem. A. A. A. S., Nat.

Edn'l Ass'n, Nat. Civic Federation, Am. Polit. Science
Ass'n, N. Y. Peace Soc, Soc. for Promotion of Indus-
trial Ed'n, Soc. for Promotion of Eng'ring Ed'n, Coun-
cil of Econom., Am. Acad. Polit. and Soc. Science, Phi
Beta Kappa Alumni, Psi Upsilon. Club: City. Ad-
dress: 15 E. S3d St., N. Y. City.


Railroad official; b. Philadelphia, May 26. 1875; s.
James and Ada (Montgomery) McCrea; grad. Shef-
field Scientic Sch., Yale Ph.B., 1895: m. Pittsburgh,
Pa., Dec. 15, 1897, Mabel Clarke; children: James A.,
b. 1899, Charles Clarke, b. 1901. Civil eng'r by profes-
sion; has been with Penna. R. R. and Pa. lines since
1895, first eng'ring and later in operating depts.; now
gen. supt. L. I. R. R., Ocean Elec. R'y, Huntington
R. R., Nassau County R. R.. Northport Traction Co.,
Glencove R. R. ; v.-p. Montauk Water Co. Republican-
Episcopalian. Asso. mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs; mem
Delta Psi fraternity. Clubs: Rittenhouse (Philadel-
phia); Rockaway Hunting, St. Anthony (N. Y. City).
Address: Woodmere, L. I., N. Y.


Catholic clergyman; b. in Ireland, 1837; came to this
country, 1864; grad. Mt. St. Mary's Sem. Emmitsburg,
Md., 1S66. Rector Ch. of the Holy Cross since 1877.
Created, by Pius X domestic prelate, 1904. Address:
329 W. 42d St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Belleville, N. J., 1S64; s. James and
Elizabeth (McAtavey) McCreery; grad. Coll. City of N.
Y., B.S., 1885; Coll. Phys. and Surg. (Columbia), M.D.,
1S90; m. 1st, Saratoga, N. Y., 1891, Susan McQuade
(died Mar. 1909); 2d, N. Y. City, May 15, 1912, Marga-
ret Imlay Boyd; one son: Forbes Robert, Jr., b. June
9, 1913. Has practised medicine in N. Y. City since
1890. Address: 123 E. 40th St., N. Y. City.


Ex-pres. Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N. Y.; b. N. Y. City,
1835; s. late Robert H. McCurdy, many years a promi-
nent dir. of the company; grad. from Law Sch. of
Harvard Univ., LL.B., 1866; m. Sarah E. Little; one
son, Robert H, b. May 26, 1859. Practiced law in N.
Y. with Lucius Robinson, afterward governor of N.
Y.; appt'd attorney for the Mutual Life, 1860; elected
v.-p., 1865; pres., 1885, on death of President Winston,
until 1906, when resigned. Clubs: Metropolitan, Law-
yers, Morristown, Morris County Golf. Address: 200
South St., Morristown, N. J.


Merchant; b. Williamsburg, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1845; s.
William M. and Eliza St. John McCutchen; ed. Poly-
technic Inst., Brooklyn; m. Annapolis, Md., April 28,
1880, Mary Isabella Simpson; children: Margaret Wil-
son, Bruson Simpson. Mn'g and senior partner firm
of Holt & Co., a firm of 100 years' standing in flour
and grain business; dir. Plainfield Trust Co., People's
Nat. Bank of Westfield, N. J.; Corn Exchange Bank of
N. Y. and its 25 branches; dir., sec. and treas. Adiron-
dack Co. Independent Republican; Baptist. Has
traveled in Europe and Egypt, as well as in West In-
dies, west coast of U. S., etc. Mem. Produce Exchange,
Maritime Exchange, Chamber of Commerce, Met. Mu-
seum of Art, N. E. Soc. Recreations: Sailing, golf, rid-
ing, driving. Clubs: Nat. Arts, Union League, Jolly
Mariners, Atlantic Yacht, Plainfield Country, Lake
Placid Yacht, Plainfield Riding and Driving. Summer
residence: Camp Asulykit, Lake Placid, N. Y. Resi-
dence: 21 Rockview Av., Plainfield, N. J.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, June 15, 1867; s. James W. and
Marv E. (Hill) McDermott; ed. Adelphi Acad., Brook-
lyn,' Columbia Coll. Law Sen.. LL.B.; m. Nov. 25, 1895,
Mary Elizabeth Thornton; children: Marian Thornton,
b. 189S, Charles J., Jr., b. 1905. Engaged in practice
of law in N. Y. City and Brooklyn; mem. law firm
James W. and Charles J. McDermott. Appt'd mem.
Com. on Character of Candidates for Admission to Bar
by Appellate Div. Supreme Court, 2d Dep't, Jan., 1906.
Independent Democrat; Protestant. Sec. Adelphi Coll.,
Brooklyn, mem. N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City
of N. Y., Brooklyn Bar Ass'n, Brooklyn Inst. Arts and
Sciences, Brooklyn League, Dwight Alumni Ass'n.
Clubs: Crescent Athletic of Brooklyn (v.-p.), City At-
lantic Yacht, Hardware, Pbi Delta Phi. Residence:
295 Henry St. and (summer) Sea Gate, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Binghamton, N. Y., 1874; s. Theodore F.
and Betsy (Dwight) Macdonald; ed. Barnard Sch.,
N Y. City, Phillips Exeter Acad., Exeter, Mass., Yale
Univ., A.B.. 1897; N. Y. Univ., LL.B., 1899; m. N. Y. City,
April 24, 1905, Alice Hedges; children: Dwight, Jr..



b. March 24, 1906; Hedges, b. Feb. 29, 1908. Mem.
firm Macdonald & Bostwick, lawyers; see. and dir.
Kinetograph Co.; pros, and dir. Turner-Fink Co.,
Maurice Realty Co., Celtic Ave. Realty Co. Repub-
lican; Presby'n. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Club-
Yale. Residence: 215 W. 98th St. Address: 15 William
St., N. Y. City.

Mcdonald, ellice

Surgeon; b. in Canada, 1876; s. Archibald and Ellen
(Inkster) McDonald; ed. St. John's Coll. and McGill
Univ., Montreal, B.A., M.D., CM.; m. Philadelphia, 1907,
Ann Heeoner, surgeon of diseases of women. Lecturer
N. Y. Post-Graduate Med. Sch. Eminent author
upon surgical subjects connected with diseases of
women. Mem. Acad, of Medicine, N. Y. Co. Med. Soc.
State Med. Soc, Am. Ass'n of Pathologists and Bac-
teriologists, Am. Med. Ass'n. Clubs: Pilgrims, Can-
adian, McGill Graduates, Canadian Soc, British Public
Schools and Universities. Address; 174 W. 58th St.,
N. Y. City. T


Lawyer, capitalist, author; b. N. Y. City; s. Alex-
ander Forbes and Janet (Campbell-Erksine) Mac-
donald; ed. Columbia Coll. School of Political Science
and Columbia Coll. Law School, under Theodore W.
Dwight, N. Y. Univ., B.S., 1891; N. Y. Univ. Law Sch.,
LL.B., 1892; unmarried. Admitted to bar of N. Y.
State, 1892, and to U. S. Court, 1899; makes a
specialty of the law of corporations, real estate
and wills; att'y for several large corporations
and estates and correspondent of many out-of-town
law 'firms. Has large real estate holdings in down-
town district of N. Y.; financed many of large bld'g
operations in business sections of the city. Author:
wow Successful Lawyers were Educated, 1S96 (Temple
Publishing Company, N. Y.), a work addressed to law-
students, which immediately met with a large sale
in the United States and Canada; also a History of the
University of New York, and of various articles in the
Scientific American and other periodicals. Republican;
Presby'n. Recreations: Music, European travel and
golf. Has travelled extensively in Europe, where
ordinarily spends summers. Mem. Com. on Profes-
sional Ethics, N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n, Delta
Upsilon fraternity, Kane Lodge F. and A. M. Clubs'
Essex County Country, Delta Upsilon. Address- 40
Wall St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. N. Y., March 16, 1844; s. Dr. James and
Eliza H. (Miller) Macdonald; grad. Columbia Coll.,
1863; m. Clara Crooke; one d Flora. Extensively
engaged in mining and other enterprises as partner
of Senator W. A. Clark, of Montana; v.-p., treas. and
r A u P'. ted Verde Copper Co.; v.-p. Equator Mining
& Smelting Co., Waclark Realty Co., Waclark Wire Co.
1st v.-p., treas. and dir. United Verde & Pacific R'y;
mem. Com. of Mg'm't Royal Ins. Co. of England; dir
Commercial Trust Co. of N. J.. Erie & Kalamazoo R.R.
Co., Queens Ins. Co. Clutis: University, Players. Down
Town, Metropolitan. Residence: Flushing, N. Y. Ad-
dress; 26 Exchange Pl N. Y. City.

Mcdonald, james c.

Comm'r of B'd of Claims; b. Schenectady, N. Y., 1874;
ed. Schenectady public sens. Formerly gen. mg'r
Home Telephone Co., later engaged as real estate
operator, having developed large tracts of land in
Schenectady; mem. Chadwick-McDonald Realty Co.,
owners of vast real estate in Schenectady. Private
Co. E, 2d Reg't, during Spanish-Am. War; formerly
city clerk of Schenectady, and sec. B'd of Estimate
and Apportionment, comm'r public safety; appt'd
comm'r B'd of Claims by Gov. Dix, 1911. Address:
Chadwick-McDonald Realty Co., Schenectady, N. Y.


Photographer of men; t>. Chicago, 111., Jan. 27, 1867;
e. Dr. George and Margaret (Reilly) Macdonald; m.
1890, Emily Van Deusen. Engaged in photography
since 1883; photographer of men exclusively since
1900, and has made photographs of many notables.
Has received many prizes. From Photographers'
Ass'n of America: Cramer grand prize cup, grand
prize for portraiture, diamond decoration, laurel
wreath, seven gold and two silver medals; bronze
trophy, Boston; special silver medal and later gold
medal, Indianapolis; diamond medal, Omaha; gold
medal, Philadelphia; gold medal, La. Purchase Exp'n;
also medals in London, Birmingham, Belfast, Trier,
Frankfort a M., Amsterdam, Brussels, Nancy, Paris,
Mem. and first and third pres.- Professional Photog-
raphers' Soc. of N. Y.; mem. Chambre Syndical de la
Photographie de France; decorated Officier d'Aca-
demie, 1906. Residence: 56 W. 11th St. Address: 576
5th Av., N. Y. City.

McDonnell, charles e.

Roman Catholic bishop of Brooklyn; b. N Y. City,
1854; studied at Christian Brothers' Sch., St. Francis
Xavler's Coll. and Am. Coll. at Rome; ordained to
priesthood, 1878; ass't St. Mary's Ch., N. Y. City, 1878;

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