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of San Juan, July 1, 1S9S; in various engagements in
Philippines, 1899-1901, under Generals Lawton, Oven-
shine, Schwan and Wheaton; first Am. Provost mar-
shal, Dagupan, Luzon, P. I.; promoted capt. April 2,
1901; instr. dep't of chemistry, U. S. Mil. Acad., Aug.
20, 1901-July 15. 1905; at Fort Sheridan, 111., July 15,
1905-Oct. 3. 1906; provost-marshal, Headquarters,
Army of Cuban Pacification. Nov. 27, 1906-April 25.
1907. Judge advocate. Army of Cuban Pacification,
May 1, 1907-June 22, 190S. Honor grad. Army School
of the Line, 1909. Grad. Staff Coll., 1910. Gen. Staff
War Dep't, Washington. D. C, March 28. 1911-Sept.
11, 1912. Roman Catholic. Lecturer on military sub-
jects. Author: Winning His Way to West Point,
A Plebe at West Point. A West Point Yearling, A
West Point Cadet, A West Point Lieutenant, etc.
Address: Fort Shafter, Honolulu, H. I.


Pres. Postal Life Insurance Co. Residence: 92
Morningside Av. Address: 35 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Mem. Public Service Comm'n for First Dist., N. Y.:
b. Hinckley, 111., April 3, 1871; s. Henry Munson and
Harriet (Delano) Maltbie; grad. Upper Iowa Univ.,
Ph.B., 1892, Northwest Univ.. Ph.M.. 1S93, Columbia
Univ., Ph.D., 1897; m. Bit. Morris. 111., July 11, 1901,
Lucia McCosh. Prof, economics and mathematics,
Mount Morris Coll., 1893-1S95; fellow in administra-
tive law, Columbia Univ., 1S95. Sec. Reform Club
Com. on City Affairs, 1S97-1902. Editor of Municipal
Affairs, 1S97-1903. Prize lecturer on municipal gov't,
Columbia Univ., 1900. Sec. to Art Comm'n of the City
of N. Y.. 1902-1907. Investigated municipal condi-
tions in Europe for the Reform Club, 1S99; delegate
Internat., Congress on Housing, 1902; investigated
civic art in northern Europe for the N. Y. Art Comm'n,
1903. Mem. Comm'n on Municipal Ownership and Op-



eration Nat. Civic Federation. Conducted investiga-
tion in Great Britain into relative merits of munici-
pal and private operation of public utilities for Nat-
Civic Federation, 1906. Mem. Am. Econ, Ass'n, Scapa
(London! Municipal Art Soc., Am. Polit. Science Assn.
and other societies. Author: English Local Govern-
ment of To-day. A Study nf the Relations of Central
and Local Government Municipal Functions, Street
Railways ot Chicago. lias contributed to many eco-
nomic journals and i>r.*pared numerous reports upon
municipal matters for the U. S. Gov't, various cities
and private org'ns. Clubs: Reform. City, Economic.
Residence: 593 Riverside Drive. Address: Tribune
Bld'g:, N. V. city.


Physician, surgeon; b. Troy, N. Y.. Oct. 15, 1S54;
s. Ezra and Mary Ives Mambert; ed. Troy High Sch.,
Albany Med. Coll., M.D. (essayist of class), 1878; m.
Troy, -N. Y., April 27, 1SS1, Fanny Derrick; children:
Mabel, b. 1SS2 ; Stephen Babcock. b. 1S8G; .Margaret
Fanny, b. 1894. Pres. Nester Co. Med Soc. 191U;
Homeseekers' Co-operative Savings and Loan Ass'n.
Republican; Methodist; trustee M. E. Church. Mem.
Am. Med. Ass'n. N. Y. State Med. Soc. Ulster Co. Med.
Soc. Address: 28S Broadway, Kingston, N. V.


Lawyer, b. N. Y. City, May 4, 1S5S; s. Albon Piatt
and Marv Elizabeth (Hubbell) Man; ed. Coll. City of
N. Y., A.B., 1877. Columbia Coll. Law School, LL.B..
1879; m. N. Y. City, Oct. 28, 1891, Lucy Edwards Rus-
sell; children: Alrick Hubbell, Jr., b. 1892; Mary Eliz-
abeth, b. 1S94; James Nelson, b. 1899. Admitted to the
bar 1S79; clerk in law office of Man & Parsons, 1880-
1884; in independent practise since May, 18S4. Line of
practise confined to corporate, trust, real estate and
office practise. Was successively treas., mn'g dir.
and pres. N. Y/. and Sea Beach Railway Co., 1884-
1897. Pres. Richmond Hill School B'd, 1892-1893;
pres. Village of Richmond Hill, 1894-1S96; mem. B'd of
Ed'n City of N. Y. since Feb., 1902, appt'd by Mayor
Low and reappt'd by Mayor McClellan; ch'm Exec.
Com. B'd of Trustees of the Normal Coll. of the City
of N. Y'., 1902-1906; pres. Alumni Coll. City of N. Y.,
1908-1910, dir. Bank of Long Island, Arcanum Build-
ing Co., Lawyers' Engineering and Surveying Co.,
Phoenix Towing and Transportation Co., Murray &
Reed Co., Republican Club Building Co.; pres. and
dir. South Richmond Hill Land Co. Largely engaged
in the development and mgm't of real estate. Was
pres. Norton Point Land Co., which purchased and
developed "Sea Gate," 1892-d897; pres. Sea Beach Land
Co., 1897-1904; gen. agent and mg'r of Richmond Hill
Estate since 1891. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem.
Ass'n Bar Oity of N. Y.., N. Y\ Geneal. and Biog. Soc,
Queens County Bar Ass'n, Phi Beta Kappa. Recrea-
tions: Travel, landscape gardening, chess. Clubs:
Calumet, Down Town Ass'n, City Coll. Club, Richmond
Hill, Queens County Chess (pres.), Manhattan. Ad-
dress: 56 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y"., City, Sept. 12, 1855; s. Albon Tlatt
and Mary Elizabeth (Hubbell) Man; grad. Coll. City
of N. Y., A.B., 1874; Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 1S76;
m. Charleston, S. C, 1887, VVilhelmina Howell. . En-
gaged in practice since admission to bar, 1S7(>: clerk
with firm Man & Parsons, until May, 18S4: mem. Arm
A. P. & W. Man, 1884-1892; Man & Man since 1892.
Sec. Kew Gardens Corp'n, Arminius Chem. Co.; pres.
Thompson Power Co. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem.
Ass'n Bar City N. Y. Clubs: Down Town, Union
League, Garden Citv Golf, N. Y. Athletic. Residence:
37 Madison Av. Address: 56 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Bos.on. June 7, 1877; s. Philip Henry
and Agnes (Lundberg) Mandel; ed. Coll. City of N. Y..
Univ. and Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., M.D., Univ. of
Munich (Germany); m. Flushing, L. I., 1904, Thirza
Smith. Studied in universities of Europe. 1902; prac-
tising medicine in N. Y. City. Prof, in pathology. N. Y.
Univ. and Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll.; pathologist St.
Vincent's Hosp. Republican. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n,
N. Y. State Med. Soc. N. Y. County Med. Soc, N. Y.
Pathol. Soc. Soc. Experimental Medicine and Biology,
Harvev Soc, Nu Sigma Nu med. fraternity. Address:
150 E. 40th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Ithaca, N. Y., Jan. 29. 1867; s. Edgar W.
and Carrie E. Mandeville; grad. Union Coll., A.B., 1888;
m. 1892, Marv F. Stoops; children: William H.. >b. 1893;
Ernest W., b. 1896; Mary. b. 1899; Hubert C. Jr.. b.
1903. Engaged in practise after admission to bar,
1890: senior mem. firm Herendeen & Mandeville; treas.
Elmira Savings Bank: dir. and att'y Chemung Canal
Trust Co., Mutual Life Ins. Co., Merchant's Nat. Bank

oi Elmira; v.-p. and dir. A. Wfyckofl & Son Co.; dir.
Remington Salt Co., U. S. Cut Flower Co. .Mason;
mem. I'si LTpsillon fraternity. Clubs: Elmira Country,
Elmira City, Corning, Century. Residence: Goa w.
Church St. Address: 529 Robinson Bldg, Elmira, N. Y.


Broker, Nf. v. stock Exchange; l>. N. Y. City, May 23,
1870; s. Edward A. and Phoebe (Robertson) Manic, .
grad. Vale, A ] ,., 18111 ; m. HastingS-on-Hudson, June

30, I sill, Caroline Fraser; d.. Dorothy Jean, b.

April 12. 1892. Clubs: Yale, N. Y. Athletic, Automobile,
Whist. Garden City Golf. Residence: 100 E. (J4th St.
Address: 15 Broad St., X. Y. City.


Physician; b. Malone, Franklin Co., N. Y'., Sept. 8,
1S68; s. Gilbert Burriage Manley; grad. St. Lawrence
Univ., B.S., 1890, L. I. Coll. Hosp., M.D. ,1895. Physician
to Brooklyn Disciplinary Training School for Boys.
Mem. Med. Soc. County of Kings, Associated Physicians
of Long Island, Brooklyn Pathol. Soc, Kings County
Hosp.. Alumni Ass'n, Beta Zeta chapter of Beta Theta
Pi. Club: University (Brooklyn, N. Y.). Address: 261,
Monroe St.. Brooklyn, N. Y.


Physician, surgeon; b. Fairview. Iowa, May 4, 1868;
s. William and Ann (King) Manly; ed. Cornell Coll.
(Mt. Vernon, Iowa), B.S. 1894; student 3 months in
Boston Univ. Med. Coll., 1894; grad. Syracuse Med.
Coll., M.D., 1897; post-grad, work St. Joseph's Hosp.,
Syracuse, 1900; m. Aug. 13, 1902, Mabel C. Simpson
(trained nurse); children: Robert William, b. Aug.,
1906; Miriam Maud. b. April 5, 1910. Practised 5
months in Skaneateles, N. Y. ; St. Joseph Hosp., one
year; since Dec. 1900, at Renssalaer; spent two years
in Alaska and Klondyke. Republican; Methodist Epis-
copalian. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n; Nat. Geog. Soc. Ad-
dress: 1015 East Adams St., Syracuse, N. Y.


Soldier, editor, author; b. Glasgow, Scotland, March
25, 1848; s. Alexander and Amelia (Carney); one grand-
father served at Waterloo, another at Copenhagen,
and g.-grandfather at Culloden; came alone to N. Y.
City, at age of 16; served in 59th (82d) N. Y. Reg't at
Petersburg, Deep Bottom, Weldon Road and Ream's
Station; captured at latter and was in prison at Libby,
Belle Isle and Salisbury; one of those who refused to
accept freedom on condition of taking oath of alle-
giance to Confederacy, when that offer was made to
prisoners of foreign birth; took part in "Salisbury
break," Nov. 25, 1S64; after war, served in 13th and
31st U S. Inf., against hostile Indians, and partly froze
feet while escorting Gen. Terry across Dakota. Oct.,
1S66; m. 1st. Providence, R. I., Nov. 14, 1870, Ellen J.
Angell; children: Mrs. Harry Lee, Mrs. Lucien O. Ap-
pleby; m. 2d, Providence, R. I., Jan. 8, 1887, Emma C.
Lindstrom; children: Olaf Alexander, Ellery, Richard.
Introduced to N. Y. Tribune office by late Albert D.
Richardson, whose acquaintance he made while
prisoner at Salisbury. Reported the Tweed, Stokes,
Barnard Impeachment, Commo. Vanderhilt will con-
test, and other noted trials for N. Y. Sun. Reporter
and editor on N. Y. Sun, Providence Journal, Provi-
dence Telegram, Providence Star, N. Y. Press; and edi-
torial contb'r to N. Y. Times, and other newspapers;
wrote all the editorials, with two or three exceptions,
in the N. Y. Press in reform campaign of 1893-1894.
Author: Ancient and Mediaeval Republics; Features
of Society in Old and New England; the Land We Live
In; Turning Points in History; Story of the Declaration
of Independence: Handbook of American Citizens;
Adam Clarke, A Story of the Toilers. Prepared
memoirs' of Andrew H. Green. 1902-1903. Editor
American and Canadian editions of Harmsworth's Self-
Educator Magazine, 19(15-1908: editor Columbian Maga-
zine. 1909-1911; New Hampton Magazine, 1912; com-
piled "Trust Problems" for Nat Civic Federation; with
Literary Bureau of Nat. Republican Com., 1908. 1912;
mem. Roosevelt Reception Com.. 1910; with N. Y. Fusion
Com., 1913; appt'd 'by Mayor Gaynor, mem. Com. on
celebration of 100th Anniversary of Peace between
English-Speaking Peoples. 1914-1915. Pres. 82d Veteran
Ass'n: mem. Army and Navy League, Nat. Geog. Soc,
hon. mem. Luther Burbank Soc. Residence: 611 W.
176th St.. N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Morristown, N. J.. March 21, 1858; s.
John Townsend and Mary Beyea (Miller) Mann.; ed.
Reddie Tnst., Highstown. N. J., N. Y. Univ. med. dep't,
M.D.. 1884: m. Newark. N. J.. Feb. 5, 1885, Belle Vander-
voort; children: Mary, b. 1886: Ransford, b. 1888; John,
Jr.. b. 1S90; James, b. 1891. Surgeon to Nassau Hosp.,
Mineola, L. I. Republican. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N.
Y. State Med. Soc, N. Y. Acad, Medicine, Queens-Nas-



sau Co. Med. Soo. Associated Physicians of L. I. Dir.
Nassau Hosp. Ass'n. Address: Old Westbury, Nassau
Co., L. I., N. T.


Actor; b. N. V. City, 1S65; s. Daniel and Carolina
Mann; first appearance on stage at 3 years of age in a
children's production of Snownake, a Christmas panto-
mime in German, at old Stadt Theatre, on the Bowery;
went to Calif, with parents at 12; ed. N. t. public schs.
and partial course at Univ. of Calif.; did not -com-
plete coll. course, but joined McCullough & Barrett
Stock Co., and played boy parts, and on Sundays ap-
peared with German Stock Co., under 1 Ottillie Greene;
returned Bast at 17; m. Clara Lipman, actress. Ap-
peared with iBooth, Salvini, Marie Prescott and Lewis
Morrison and other famous actors and finally headed
own co. as "Robert Audley" in Lady Audley; "Armand
I>uval" in Camille; "Rolando" in The Honeymoon;
"Master Walter' in The Hunchback; later in The Clem-
enceau Case and in Incog; made first essay as a Ger-
man dialect comedian as "Rothschild Hoffmeister" In
The Passing Regiment; took own co. to Pacific Coast
and back, playing The Laughing Girl (of which was
joint author with Mrs. D. F. Verdenal); since that has
created rales of "Herr von Moser" In The Strange Ad-
ventures of Miss Brown; "Hans, the Innkeeper" in The
Girl from Paris; "Hans Nix, Inspector of Telephones"
in The Telephone Girl; "Lebardy, Chocolate Manu-
facturer" in The Girl of the Barracks; "Hochstuhl" in
All on Account of Eliza; then was for a season with
Weber & Fields; starred as "Leopold" in The Second
Fiddle; "Papa Joujol" in Julie Bonbon, written by
Clara Lipman; later appeared in The Man Who Stood
Still. Appeared for two years in Clara Lipman and
Samuel .Shipman's play, Elevating a Husband; now
playing Children of Today (by same authors). Author
of numerous short stories and the comedy: The
Cheater (in which he starred). Address: 131 Riverside
Drive, N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; b. Utlca, N. Y., July 12, 1845; .
Charles Addison and Emma (Bagg) Mann; ed. public
schools, mica; grad. Yale Coll., A.B., 1867; A.M., 1870;
M.D., Columbia Univ., N. Y., 1871; m. St. Paul, Minn.,
Nov. 9, 1869, Elizabeth Pope; six sons and three daugh-
ters. Lecturer, Med. Dep't Columbia Univ., 1873-1879;
Yale Med. Sen., 1880; Prof, obstetrics and gynecology,
Med. Dep't Univ. of. Buffalo, 1882-1910; dean of faculty
25 years. Park Comm'r City of Buffalo, one year.
Consulting gynecologist Buffalo Gen. Hosp. and Erie
Co. Hosp. Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Psl Upsilon
fraternity, many med. socs. Mem. Am. Gynecol. Soc.
(ex-pres.); Buffalo Acad, of Med. (ex-pres.); warden
St. Paul Ch., Buffalo; trustee Clifton Springs Sanita-
rium. Recreations: Out of door and field sports. Club:
University (Buffalo). Address: 37 Allen St., Buffalo,
N. Y.

Broker; 'b. Flushing, N. Y., May 2, 1873; s. S. Vernon
and Harriet E. (Onderdonk) Mann; ed. Flushing Inst.,
Berkeley Sch., N. Y. City, St. Mark's Sch., Harvard
Univ., A.B., 1895; m. Flushing, N. Y., April 11, 1899.
Helen W. Colgate; children: S. Vernon, 3d., Robert
Colgate, Lloyd Onderdonk, Vernon. Connected with F.
S. Smithers & Co., 1895-1896, later associated with
father in time loan business; senior mem. Mann, Bill
& Co., 1895-1907; now mem. Mann, Bill & Ware, mems.
N Y. Stock Exchange. Independent. Mem. Sons of
Revolution, Inst, of 1776, City Com. of Citizens' Union,
1905. Clubs: Hasty Pudding, Signet (Harvard), Har-
vard, Fly. Residence: Great Neck, L. I., N. Y. Ad-
dress: 38 Wall St., N. Y. City.

Soldier, inventor, editor; b. Sandusky, O., Sept. 2T.
1839; s. William R. and Eliza (Ford) Mann; ed. as a
civil eng'r; m. Sophia Hartog. At outbreak of Civil
War entered army as capt. 1st Mich. Cav. ; in 1862 or-
ganized the 1st Mounted Rifles, afterward known as
,">th Mich. Cav. Immediately following, at urgent re-
quest of gov., organized and commanded in field, 7th
Mich Cav. Received patents for valuable accoutre-
ments for troops. After war settled in Mobile, Ala.,
and engaged as mf'r cottonseed oil, and in railroad
promotion and construction, and was prop'r Mobile
Register; elected to Congress from Mobile Dist. in
1869 with overwhelming majority, but refused certifi-
cate by Reconstruction officials. In Jan., 1872, pat-
ented the Boudoir car and spent the next ten years in
Europe introducing it there, founding Compagnie In-
ternationale des Wagons Lits; returned in 1883, settled
In N Y. City, and established Mann Boudoir Car Co..
afterward sold out to Pullman Car Co. Became owner
and editor of Town Topics in 1891; in 1900 founded
The Smart Set Magazine; in 1905 the Trans-Atlantic
Tales Magazine. Mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion, Ohio

Soc, and life mem. Albany Burgesses Corps; mem. The
Old Guard, Am. Geog. Soc, Am. Museum of Natural
History, Met. .Museum of Art, N. Y. Zool. Soc, N. Y.
Acad, of Sciences, N. Y. State Hist. Ass'n, Nat. Geog.
Soc. Clubs: Lotos, Manhattan, Army and Navy, Na-
tional Democratic, Press, Transportation. Residence:
309 W. 72d St. Address: 2 W. 45th St., N. Y. City.


Actress; b. London, Eng., 1876. Made debut in Lon-
don, 1891, in the play Hero and Leander; has since
played leading parts in England and U. S.; m. 1897, J.
K. Hackett. First appeared in U. S. under manage-
ment of Daniel Frohman, in 1896, in The Courtship of
Leoni; has since played leading rSles in various
dramas, and starred in Janice Meredith, 1901; later
season playing with her own company in Leo Ditrich-
stein's comedy Harriet's Honeymoon, etc. Address: 38
E. 33d St., N. Y. City.


Musician; b. N. Y. City, 1866; s. Henry and Natalie
(Wittkowsky) Mannes; ed. public schs.; studied Berlin,
Brussels, and N. Y. City; m. N. Y. City, June 4, 1898,
Clara Damrosch. Concert master N. Y. Symphony Soc.
since 1900; Sonata recitals: David and Clara Damrosch
Mannes. tDiT. Music Sch. Settlement, conductor Sym-
phony Club. Address: 181 W. 75th St., N. Y. City.


Jurist; m. Mary Manning. Elected judge Supreme
Court of N. Y. 2d dist. for teTm expiring Dec. 31, 1926.
Residence: 91 Remsen St. Address: Court House,
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Composer; ib. St. John, N. B., Can., Dec. 15, 1874; s.
Edward and Sarah (>Betts) Manning; grad. Collegiate
Sch. St. John, N. B., 1889; studied music Columbia Univ.
(IMacDowell) ; also with Henry Schradieck; studied 2
years in Berlin and Paris; Mosenthal fellow (Colum-
bia); m. July 18, 1904, Elizabeth Matthew, of St. John,
N. B. Engaged in teaching music N. Y. since 1895, ex-
cepting 1905-1906 in Oberlin (O.) Coll. Composer in
all forms, orchestra, chamber music, songs and piano
pieces; best known compositions are: Trio, op. 11; The
Tryst., Mezzo-Soprano and Orchestra; Songs (Breit-
kopf). Mem. Authors' and Composers' Soc. of France.
Address: Carnegie Hall, N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1844; s. Richard H. and
Mary D. (Weeks) Manning; grad. Yale, 1862; m. Phila-
delphia, 1880, Leona C. Pearce; children: John Pearce,
Henry S., Jr. Pres. and dix. Psdrick & Ayer Co.; v.-p.
New Amsterdam Casualty Co., Kansas City, Mexico &
Orient R'y Co. (mem. Exec. Com.). Mem. Loyal Legion.
Club: Union League. Residence: 3 W. 50th St. Ad-
dress: 60 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Albany. N. Y., Sept. 22, 1854; s. late
Daniel Manning: grad. Albany Free Acad., 1873; m.
1879, Emma J. Austin, of Albany. Pres. Nat. Savings
Bank of Albany; Weed-Parsons Printing Co. Was
Mayor of Albany two terms; interested as officer and
dir. in various corp'ns. Club: City. Residence: 762
Madison Av. Address: 409 State St., Albany, N. Y.

Daniel Manning)

Born Albany, N. Y ; d. William J. and Margaret Liv-
ingston (Crofts) Fryer; ed. at Albany; m. Albany, Nov.
19, 1884, Daniel Manning, sec. of the Treasury in first
administration of Pres. Cleveland (died 1887). Appt'd
by 'President McKinley, in pursuance of a joint resolu-
tion of Congress, a comm'r to the Paris Exp'n of 1900
and to represent the United States and the Daughters
of the American Revolution at the unveiling of the
statue of General Lafayette in Paris, July 4, 1900. and
July 3, 1900, assisted in unveiling the statue of Wash-
ington, gift of the women of the United States to
France. Pres. B'd of Lady Managers, La. Purchase
Exp'n, St. Louis, 1904. Received decorations of Cross
of Lgion d'Honneur and Offlcier de l'Instructlon
Publique (France) and the Order of Leopold of Bel-
gium. Formerly, for two terms, pres. gen. and now
hon. pres. gen. Daughters Am. Revolution; mem. Colo-
nial Dames, Holland Dames and Historical Art Ass'n.
Albany, N. Y. Clubs: Washington (Washington, D. C),
Woman's (N. Y. City), Country (Albany). Address:
153 Washington Av., Albany, N. Y.


Physician and surgeon; b. Dingle, Ireland, 1864; s.
Michael and Annie (Maginn) Manning; ed. Christian
Brothers Sch.. Ireland, Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., N.
Y.; m. Anna Maginn. Formerly ass't and house phy-
sician and surgeon St. Francis Hosp., N. Y. City; for-



merly visiting physician to St. Joseph's Hosp. for
Consumptives, N. Y. City. Mem. Westchester County
Med. Soc, N. Y. State Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n. Ad-
dress: 39 Maple Av., New Rochelle, N 1'.


Rector of Trinity Parish, New York City; b. in Eng-
land, IStiU; s. John Manning; grad. Univ. oi the Soutn,
BD 1893, D.D., Univ. of Nashville, 1901, S.T.D., Colum-
bia Univ., 1905, D.D., Univ. of the South, 1906. Rector
Trinity Ch., Redlands, Calif., 1S91; prof, dogmatic
theology, Univ. of the South, 1893; rector St. John's
Ch., Lansdowne, Pa., 189<j; rector Christ Ch., Nashville,
Tenn., 189S; vicar St. Agnes Chapel, Trinity Parish, ?\.
Y. City, 1903; elected ass't rector Trinity Parish, 1904;
elected May 4, 1908, rector of Trinity Parish, N. Y.
City. Address: 27 W. 25th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Hamden, Conn., July 2, 1849; s. Jesse
Merrick and Julia (Tuttle) Manslleld; grad. Yale A.B.,
1871, hon. A.M. ,1913; Columbia, LL.B., 1874; m. Narra-
gansett Pier, Sept. 12, 1895, Helen Coolidge Tuttle
(Todd). Admitted to bar, 1874; now senior mem. law
firm Lord, Lay & Lord. Counsel at different times for
numerous corp'ns, including West Shore R.R Co., Pull-
man Co., St. Louis & San Francisco R'y Co., N. Y., On-
tario & Western R'y Co., Western N. Y. & Pa. R'y Co.;
gen. counsel of Omaha Water Co., Cuba Co., Cuba R.R.
Co. Mem. Art Comm'n of City of N. Y. Trustee and
treas. Met. Museum of Art. Republican. Collector of
modern etchings, especially works of Whistler, Haden,
Meryon, Millet, Bracquemond, Legros, Daubigny, La-
lanne, Gaillard, etc., and collector of Japanese works
of art. Compiler of Descriptive Catalogue of Etch-
ings and Dry-prints of Whistler, published by Caxton
Club, 1908. Mem. Met. Museum of Art, Am. Museum
of Natural History, Japan Soc. (N. Y. City), Japan
Soc. (London). Clubs: Century, University, Yale,
Grolier (ex-pres.), Nat. Arts, Players, Lawyers, Down
Town, MacDowell (N. Y. City); St. Botolph (Boston);
Graduates (New Haven); Caxton (Chicago). Address:
49 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Tragedian; b. Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland, Feb. 7,
1S54; s. James and Elizabeth Mantell. Began stage
life as the "Sergeant" in Arrah-na-Pogue at Rochdale,
life as the "Sergeant" in Arrah-na-Pogue at Rochdale,
with Mine. Modjeska, in 1878. Soon after coming to
U. S. attracted attention by playing the character of
"Romeo" in an engagement in which six star actresses
(including Marie Wainright) alternated in charac-
ter of "Juliet"; during recent years at head of his own
company, appearing principally in Shakesperean
roles. Address: 137 W. 48th St., N. Y. City.


Certified public accountant; b. Greenwich, Conn.,
1860; s. Cyrus and Mary Lombard (White) Manvel; ed.
New Haven public schools; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Har-
riette Richardson. Engaged in diamond and jewelry
business early in career and then took up profession
as public accountant and auditor in which has ever
since been engaged. Has made examinations of ac-
counts and books of many important financial inst'ns,
municipalities, etc. Audited Charity Org'n Soc, Am.
Missionary Ass'n, Adelphi Coll., Brooklyn City Mis-
sion and Tract Soc, Beecher Memorial Fund, Brooklyn
Inst. Sec Nat. Soc. of Certified Public Accountants:
treas. Am. Ass'n Public Accountants; mem. N. Y. State
Soc Certified Accountants; appt'd by Gov. Woodruff
mem. Conn. State Board of Accountancy, 1914. Re-
publican: Congregationalism for 25 years clerk of
Plymouth Ch. in its great days of historical interest
and power, associated with Henry Ward Beecher and
many of his well-known friends and supporters. Mem.
Nat. Municipal League, Nat. Civic Ass'n, Altair Lodge,
F. and A. M., Sons of Revolution (N. Y.). Recreations:
Study and collecting precious stones, mineralogy and
chess. Clubs: Hamilton, Crescent Athletic, Brooklyn
Chess (Brooklyn), City (N. Y.), Waterbury (Water-
bury, Conn.), Union League (New Haven), Indian
Harbor Yacht, Greenwich Country. Residence: Green-
wich, Conn. Address: 63 Broadway, N. Y. City.


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