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ment for mayoralty and common council 1897. Pres.
John Marsellus Mi's Co., Onondaga Novelty Co. Re-
publican. Mem. Reformed Ch. of America. Mem. Hol-
land Soc. of N. Y. (v.-p.), S A. R, Onondaga Hist.
Ass'n. Anglers' Ass'n> Y. M. C. A. (ex-pres trustee),
Morningside Cemetery Ass'n, mem. B'd of Counselors
Syracuse Home Ass'n. Recreation: Fishing. Club.
Citizens. Address: 20S Walnut PI., Syracuse, N. Y.


Lawyer: b. Wurtzburg, Bavaria, Germany, Sept. 30,
1869- s John Edward and Caroline A. (Capron) Marsh;
grad. Yale, A.B., 1891 (honors in history and polit. sci-
Ince ; Columbia, LL.B., 1894; m N. Y. City, Jan. 22,
1RQ5 Bessie Thayer Sypher; children: Rolfe Thayer,
blS97- Charles Capron, b. 1899 (died 1904); Eliza-
beth Sypher7 b. 1900; Terrill Belknap, b. 1903; Cor-
delia Scofield b. 1905 (died 1912); Edwarc. Cady. b.
1907 Mem law firms Marsh & Wever, 1899-1905;
Marsh, Wiiislow & Wever, 1905-1908; Marsh, Wever
& Wefnple, 190S-1911; since 1911 Marsh & Wever; all
practising in N. Y. City. Republican. Episcopalian.
Club: Essex County Country. Residence: 63 E. Park
St East 'Orange, N. J. Address: 42 Broadway, N. Y.

Capitalist; b. Evansville, Ind., Jan. 17, I860; s.
Charles Emerson and Mary E. (Denny) Marsh; m. Oct.
17 1900 Louise E. Woods; children: Faith, Converse
Emerson, Richard. Began career as newspapeT re-
porter- subsequently became editorial writer, and
later the prop'r of an advertising agency, formed an
ass'n with Thomas A. Edison in electrical enterprises,
pres Bryan-Marsh Co., mf'rs of incandescent lamps;
has made investments in various electric and gas
properties; pres. or treas. 14 different companies, in-
cluding a controlling interest in the Bates Advertising
Co. Republican. Recreation: Yachting (owner schooner
Rosemary). Clubs: N. Y. Yacht, Union League. N Y.
Athletic, Atlantic Yacht. Address: 15 Spruce St., N. Y.

Physician; b. Granby, Oswego Co., N. Y., Nov. 14,
1S58- s. Edward C. and Martha A. (Preston) Marsh;
ed Fulton Union School and Acad., Albany Medical
Coll M D., 1S82; m. Fair Dale, N. Y., Nov. 19, 1879,
Elma. T Randall; children: Mabel Randall, b. 1883,
Edward Harvey, b. 1886. Practised medicine in Ful-
ton N Y. 1882-1893, Brooklyn. N. Y since 1S93. Was
coroner of Oswego County for three years. Re-
publican. Mem. Dutch Reformed Ch. Mem. Kings
County Med. Soc, Nat. Geog. Soc, N. Y r . State Med. Soc,
\m Med. Ass'n, Associated Physicians of Long Island,
ex-pres and hon. mem. Oswego County Med. Soc. Ma-
son- past master Minerva Lodge; past dist. deputy
grand master, Third Masonic \Dist.; ex-pres. Masters
and Past Masters' Ass'n of Third Masonic Dist.; mem.
Royal Arcanum and of 12th Assembly Dist. Republi-
can Club. Address: 448 9th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; s. Edwin and
Hetty M (Vincent) Marshall; ed. local schs., Law
Sch. of Columbia Univ., LL.B., 1882; m. Bergen Point,
N Y., Abby A. Story. Admitted to bar State of N. Y..
1882- mem. Bar of Supreme Court, U. S. and Circuit
and Dist. Courts U. S. for Southern Dist. of N. Y., and
Supreme Court State of N. Y. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of
N Y Gov N. Y. Skin & Cancer Hosp.; trustee Sevilla
Home for Children, Ch. of St. MaTy the Virgin. Clubs:
Columbia Univ., Riding, Down Town. Residence: Mile-
stone, Millbrook, N. Y., and 137 E. 62nd St. Address:
34 Pine St., N. Y. City.

U S. Dist Att'y; b. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 15, 1870; s.
Charles and Rebecca (Snowden) Marshall; grad Univ.
of Va. 1890; Univ. of Md. Law Sch., B.L., 1S94; m. Sa-
vannah Ga_, Feb. 27, 1900. Isabel C. Stiles; one son.
Charles', b. 1904. Was ass't U. S. dist. att'y, Dist. of
Md., appt'd 1904 resigned 1906; removed to N. Y. City
and in active practice there since appt'd U. S. dist.
att'y, Dist. of N. Y., Apr. 24, 1913; Independent Demo-
crat. Residence: 12S E. 60th St. Address: P. O. Bld'g,
N. Y. City.

Architect; b. N. Y. City, July 22, 1852; s. Henry Perry
and Cornelia E. (Conrad) Marshall; ed. private schools
in N Y. City; grad. Columbia Coll., B.A., 1873; M.A.,
1S75: L.H.D., Rutgers, 1904, Sc.D., Hobart. 1910; m. May
18, 1SS1, Julia Robbins Gilman (died Jan. 1, 1887); one
d.: Sarena Gilman. In active practise as an architect
since 1878; pres. N. Y. Chapter Am. Inst, of Architects,
1902-1905; mem. Art Comm'n City of N. Y., 1902-1905;
mem. A.A.A.S., Am. Soc. of Naturalists, Am. Philos.

Ass'n, Am. Psychol. Ass'n (pres., 1907); contb'r of
many articles, critical and otherwise, to architectural
journals; has devoted much attention to theory of art
and to psychology and philosophy in gen.; delivered
principal address on Esthetics at St. Louis Congress
of Arts and Sciences; lecturer on aesthetics and psy-
chology at Yale for 1906-1907. Author: Pain, Pleasure,
and ..Esthetics, 1894; ^Esthetics Principles, 1895: In-
stinct and Reason, 1898; Consciousness, 1909. Episco-
palian. Club: Century. Address: 3 West 29th St., X. Y.


Lawyer; b. Zanesville, Oi, March 8, 1871; s. John
Wesley and Rachel Ann (Tanner) Marshall; grad.
Harvard Univ., A.B., 1894; AM., 1895; Ph.D.. 1901,
LL.B., 1902; Henry Lee Memorial Fellow in Political
Economy in Harvard Univ., 1897-1898. Has been en-
gaged in practise of law in N. Y. City since Oct., 1902;
visited Japan, China, Manchuria, Korea, Siberia and
Europe on business and professional trip, Feb., 1906-
April, 1907. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Club: Har-
vard. Independent in politics. Address: 27 Cedar St.,
N. Y. City.


Vice-President of the United States; b. N. Manches-
ter, Ind., March 14, 1854; s. Dr. Daniel M. and Martha
A. (Patterson) Marshall; grad. Wabash Coll., 1873
(LL.D., Wabash Coll., 1909; Notre Dame Univ., 1910;
Univ. of Pa., 1911; Univ. of North Carolina, 1913); m.
Oct. 2, 1895, Lois I. Kimsey. Admitted to bar 1875; in
active practise of law Columbia City, Ind., 1875-1908,
when elected Gov. of Ind., elected V.-P. of United
'States, Nov., 1912; mem. Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Beta
Kappa; 33 Scottish Rite Mason. Clubs: University
(Washington, D. C), University (Indianapolis). Resi-
dence: Columbia City, Ind. Address; Washington, D. C.


Hotel mg'r; b. Culpeper, Va., May 16, 1877; s. F.
Lewis and Mary Newton (Thomas) Marshall; ed. pub-
lic sch., Va.; m. June 1, 1911, Vira Frost Stowe; chil-
dren: Horace Stowe, b. March 13, 1912; Walton Harper,
Jr., b. Aug. 12, 1913. Mg'r Vanderbilt Hotel, Hillard
Hotel Co.; dir. Commonwealth Trust Co. Episcopalian.
Mem. Southern Soc, Va. Soc Address: Vanderbilt
Hotel, N. Y. City.


Actuary; b. N. Y. City, April 1, 1847; s. William Sey-
mour and Henrietta (Wolven) Marshall; ed. private
schools, N. Y. City and Conn.; m. Sept. 29^ 1869, Julia
Marshall; one s.: Lanning G., b. 1871. Entered ser-
vice Home Life Ins. Co., 1866; previously a teacher of
mathematics; made actuary of company, 1877, and has
been a v.-p. for years; dir. Home Life Ins. Co.. Nyack
Nat. Bank; charter mem. Actuarial Soc. of Am. Rec-
reations: Driving, fishing, hunting. Clubs: Hamilton,
Brooklyn and other clubs. Address: 256 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Burlington, Iowa, Mar. 8, 1860; s. Sylves-
ter W. and Susan H. (Carpenter) Marston; ed. Jeffer-
son Sch., St. Louis and La Grange Coll., A.B.. 1878; Law
Sch. of Washington Univ., St. Louis, LL.B., 1881; m.
Jennie C. Hunter. Resident of N. Y. City since 1887,
and mem. of firm of Blair & Co., bankers, since 1893.
Dir. or trustee of Astor Trust Co., Bankers' Trust Co.,
Brown Univ., Central Vermont R'y, Clinchfield Coal
Corp'n, City National Bank (Dallas), Davis Coal &
Coke Co., Denver & Rio Grande R. R.. Gen. Ed'n Bd..
Goldschmidt Detinning Co., Guaranty Trust Co., Lehigh
Coke Co., Mechanics' and Metals Nat. Bank, Merchants'
Fire Assurance Corp'n, Missouri Pacific R'y Co., St.
Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern R'y, Texas & Pacific
Coal Co., Texas & Pacific Railway Co.. Thompson-Star-
rett Co.. Title Guarantee & Trust Co.. Vassar College.
Western Pacific R'y Co., Western Maryland R'y, Bor-
den's Condensed Milk Co.; mem. N. E. Soc. Clubs:
Union League, Metropolitan, Apawamis, Quill, West-
chester Country, Larehmont Yacht, Indian Harbor
Yacht, Down Town. Residence: Port Chester, N. Y.
Address: 24 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Banker; pres. and dir. Farmers' Loan & Trust Co.,
Detroit, Hillsdale & Southwestern R. R. Co., Fort
Wayne & Jackson R. R. Co.; dir. Nat. City Bank of
N. Y., New Amsterdam Gas Co., N. Y. Mutual Gas
Light Co., Queen Ins. Co. of America, Virginian R'y
Co., N. Y. R'ys Co., Lackawanna Steel Co.. N. J. Zinc
Co., East River Gas Co., Franklin Safe Deposit Co.;
trustee Franklin Trust Co., Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
Greenwich Savings Bank. Clubs: Metropolitan, Gar-
den City Golf, Baltusrol Golf, Manhattan, X. Y. Ath-



letio, City Midday, Recess, Essex County Country,
Sleepy Hollow Country, Automobile of America, Nat.
Golf Links of America, Residence: 22 East 56th St.
Address: 22 William St., N. T. City.


Capitalist; b. N. Y. City, July 6, 1S73; s. Bradley and
Cornelia (Sherman) Martin; grad. Christ Church, Ox-
ford. Eng., A.B., 1894; A.M., 1897; Harvard Law Sch.,
LL.B., 1897; m. Beaufort Castle, Beauly, Scotland,
Nov. 2. 1904, Helen Margaretten Phlpps; children:
Henry Bradley, b. March 27, 1906; Howard Townsend,
b. Dec. 27, 1907. V.-p. and dir. Security Bank; dlr.
Hudson Trust Co. of N. J., Metropolitan Trust Co.,
Fifth Ave. Estates Co.; v.-p. Nat. Highways Protective
Soc. ; trustee Bureau of Municipal Research, St. Mark's
Hosp., Coll. of City of N. Y. Recreations: Shooting,
fishing, polo, motoring, travelling. Clubs: Union,
Racquet, Knickerbocker, Metropolitan, University,
Meadow Brook (N. Y. City), Travellers, Bagatelle,
Automobile (Paris), St. James, Ranelagh, Hurlingham
(London). Address; 6 East S7th St., N. Y. City.


Architect, educator; b. in Medina Co., Ohio, Sept. 29,
1862; ed. Seville (O.) High Sch., Oberlin Coll. Prep.
Dep't and agricultural course at Cornell Univ.; also
studied under leading architects of Philadelphia and
N. Y. City; m. 1896, Gertrude Shorb, Ph.D. Engaged
in practise of architecture and as prof, architecture,
Cornell. Dir. Coll. of Architecture, Cornell Univ., Fel-
low of Am. Inst. Architects; mem. Phi Gamma Delta
fraternity, Tau Beta Pi. Author of Details of Build-
ing Construction; contb'r to magazines. Address:
Edgecliff, Ithaca, N. Y.


, o T n eacne ' writer, geologist; b. N. Y. City, June 30,
1842; s Benjamin N. and Louisa C. (Strobel) Martin;
grad. N. Y. Univ., A.B., 1863; A.M., 1866; Union Theol.
Sem., N. Y. City, 1866; Ph.D., Regents Univ. State of N.
Y., 1878; unmarried. Prof, geology and kindred
branches, Rutgers Female Coll., 1888-1895; lecturer
geology, Cooper Union, 1888-1890; prof, geology, Coll.
for Women, Columbia, S. C, 1898-1904; hon. curator
geology and mineralogy Charleston Museum, Charles-
ton, S. C, since 1906; lecturer on geology, Chicora Coll.,
Greenville, S. C, since 1908. Independent in politics.
Presby'n (elder). Mem. N. Y. Acad, of Sciences (life
mem., several offices), N. Y. Mineral. Club (one of
founders), A. A. A. S. (fellow); trustee Cuban Home
Training Sch., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; mem. Exec. Cam. Chris-
tian Army Aid Ass'n, N. Y. City. Resides in the South
in the winter. Winter address: Charleston Museum,
Charleston, S. C. Summer address: 873 Greene Av ,
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Writer; b. Willowbrook, Owasco, Cayuga Co., N. Y.,
Jan. 2, 1856; s. E. T. Throop and Cornelia (Williams)
Martin; grad. Phillips Acad., Andover, Mass., 1872;
Harvard Coll., 1877; m. Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 2, 1886;
Julia Whitney; children: George Whitney, Mary, Lois
Whitney. Was admitted to the bar at Rochester in
1884; ass't editor Rochester Union and Advertiser,
1885-1893; removed to N. Y. City in 1896. Independent
Democrat. Protestant. Author: A Little Brother of
the Rich; Windfalls of Observation; The Luxury of
Children, and other books; mem. staff Life, etc. Clubs:
University, Century, Downtown, Harvard (N Y. City)
Address: 178 E. 64th St., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. N. Y. City, April 12, 1883; s. Max
and Matilda (Newgass) Martin; ed. Sachs Collegiate
Inst., N. Y. City, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass.; un-
married. EnteTed M. Martin & Co., 1902; served in all
dep'ts of business, becoming sec. and treas.. 1906; v.-p.
and treas. upon death of father, 190S; and pres. and
treas. since 1913, buying out all other interests. Dir.
and mem. Exec. Com. Empire City Safe 'Deposit Co.;
dir. Reiling & Schoen; sec. and dir. Cotton Garment
Mf rs Ass'n. Served 6 years in 7th Reg't N. G. N. Y.,
received honorable discharge. Republican. Mem.
Harvard Monthly Alumni Ass'n. Dir. and acting hon.
sec. (Montefiore Home. Recreations: Riding, tennis, au-
tomobiling, swimming. Clubs: Harvard, Criterion,
Century Country, Portchester Country, Harmonic Al-
dine. City Athletic. N. Y. Athletic, 7th Reg't Veteran.
Residences: 15 W. 69th St.; Greenwich. Conn. Address:
11-19 W. 19th St., and 10-16 W. 20th St.. N. Y. City.


Publicist; b. Lincoln, England. May 13, 1864; s. John
and Ann Martin; ed. London Univ., B.S. (with honors),
m. Summer Brook. Hurricane, Essex Co., N. Y., Sept.
1. 1900. Prestonia Mann. Teacher in public schools of
London after leaving Training Coll.: later lecturer at
East London Technical Coll. Mem. Hacknev Borough

Council and chm'n Labor Party, 1895-1898; candidate
for president of Borough of Richmond, N. Y. City, on
Municipal Ownership Ticket, 1906; mem. B'd of Ed'n,
N. Y. City. Has Adirondack Camp at Hurricane, Essex
Co. Independent in politics. Mem. Am. Economic
Ass'n, Am. Polit. Science Ass'n; chm'n Legislative
Com., N. Y. State Branch of Internat. Ass'n for Labor
Legislation. Recreation: Horseback riding. Club:
City. AddTess: Grymes Hill, Stapleton, S. I., N. Y


Sec. of corp'ns; b. Grafton, N. H., Oct. 6, 1861; d. Isaac
Bullock and Almira Helen Mar (Haskins) Martin; ed.
at Boston and Southbridge, Mass., in public schs. ; pre-
pared to enter sophomore class at Wellesley Coll. En-
gaged in teaching; taught one year In Oil City, Pa.; six
years In Willimantic, Conn.; one year in Winchester,
Mass.; was first woman elected pres. of Eastern Conn.
Teachers' Ass'n; prepared many young men and
women for best colls. Gave up teaching, 1SS9, and
became asso. mg'r N. Y. office of Prang Edn'l Co.,
1889-1893; since then sec. of several Important corp'ns;
now sec. and treas. Copete Consolidated Copper Co.,
Fahnestock Electric Co., A. A. C. Holding Corp'n, and
several other kindred or similar corp's. Mem. Am. An-
throp. Soc, Am. Soc for Physical Research, Mexico
Soc. of N. Y., D. A. R.. Dickens Fellowship, Am. Scenic
and Historic Preservation Soc, Nat. Soc. of Craftsmen.
Clubs: Nat. Arts, N. Y. Shakespeare (pres.). Am. Play-
goers (mem. B'd of Govs.). Address: 15 William St., N
Y. City.


Lawyer; b. China, 1854; s. Rev. Dr. W. A. P. and Jane
(Vansant) Martin; grad. Yale, B.A., 1875; Columbia
Law School, LL.B., 1877; m. N. Y. City, 1886, Laura
Grinnell; children: Grinnell, Helen. Janet. Mem. Ass'n
Bar City of N. Y. Republican. Clubs: Century, Uni-
versity, Manhattan. Residence: 70 W. 49th St. Ad-
dress: 20 Exchange PI., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Kingston, N. Y., April 13, 1S69; s. Richard
R. and Mary B. (Sheeley) Martin; grad. Brown Univ.,
A.B., 1889; at Columbia Law Sch., 1889-1890. Practis-
ing law at Kingston, N. Y., 1891-1893, and at Utica,
N. Y., since July. 1893; mem. law firm of Martin &
Jones. Mem. Delta Upsilon fraternity. Club: Fort
Schuyler. Address: 8 Hobart St., Utica, N. Y.


Editor Electrical World since 1883, author, lecturer;
b. London, England, July 22, 1856; s. Thomas and
Catherine (Commerford) Martin; ed. in England; stu-
dent in divinity; m. Kingston, Jamaica, W. I., 1880,
Elizabeth Gould. Associated with Edison in his labo-
ratory, 1877-1879. Special expert U. S. Census Office,
since 1900. Author: The Electric Motor and Its Ap-
plications; Inventions, Researches and Writings of
Nikola Tesla. Mem. and past pres. Am. Inst Elec.
Eng'rs and N. Y. Elec. Sdc; mem. Com. of Robert Ful-
ton Monument Ass'n; life mem. Iron and Steel Inst.;
hon. mem. Nat. Elec. Light Ass'n. Mem. English Inst'n
Elec Eng'rs, N. Y. Acad. Sciences. Franklin Inst., Mu-
nicipal Art Soc, Nat. Civic Federation, Museum of
Safety Devices; Officier de l'lnstruction Publique,
France. Club: Engineers (trustee and past pres.).
Residence: 40 Morningside Av. Address: 239 W. 39th
St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Staten Island, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1869; s.
Kingsley and Clementin (Walton) Martin; ed. St.
Paul's Sch., Concord, N. H.; grad. Yale, A. B., 1889; Coll.
of Phys. and Surg. (Columbia), M.D., 1892; attending
surgeon St. Duke's Hospital, prof. Clinic Surgery, Co-
lumbia Univ. Author: Physics and Chemistry (Dr.
Gallaudet's series); revised Green's Pathology.
Translated Vol. 1 Von Bergman's Surgery. Mem. Yale
Alumni Ass'n. Clubs: University. Century, Yale. Ad-
dress: 25 W. 50th St., N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. Virginia City, Nevada, Oct. 8, 1871; a.
James Parmenter and Holdena (Bell) Martin; grad.
Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 1892; m. Margaret Morrison;
one d. : Alison Holdena, b. April 21, 1903. Engaged in
practise of law in N. Y. City and N. J. since 1892. Mem-
7th Reg't, N.G.N.Y., 5 years; alderman city of New-
ark, N. J., since 1902; mem. Gen. Assembly of N. J.,
1906-1908; County Counsel Essex County, 1910-1911;
Judge Essex County Court of Common Pleas, and Or-
phans' Court since 1911. Presby'n. Mem. of all Ma-
sonic bodies; also of patriotic societies. Mem. Ass'n
Bar City of N. Y.. Calif. Soc. of Newark. B'd of Trade.
Clubs: Lawyers (N. Y.), Essex Countv Country, Essex.
Residence: 314 Sixth Av.. Newark, N. J. Address: 45
Cedar St., N. Y. City.




Educator, librarian; b. Ningpo, China, March 22, 1852:
s. William Alexander Parsons and Jane (Vansant)
Martin; grad. Princeton, B.A., 1872; M.A., 1875; N. Y.
Univ., LL.B'., 1878; studied classical philology at Berlin
and Leipzig, oriental languages at Yale and Tubingen,
Ph.D., 1887; LL.D., Trinity Coll., Hartford, Conn., 1907;
Cab. de la Real Orden de Isabel la Catolica, 1910; un-
married. iProf. modern and oriental languages, Trinity
Coll., Hartford, 1888-1907; since Marfch, 1907, librarian
of Hispanic doc. of America, 150th St. W. of Broadway,
N. Y. City. Address; 581 W. 161st St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y July 10, 1862; s. Joseph
Boardman and Rebecca (Taylor) Martindale; ed. in
private and public schs. and Medina (N. Y.) Acad.; m.
Brooklyn, N. Y., June 10, 1888, Grace Middleton; chil-
dren; Dorothy, b. Sept. 1, 1891;Jean, b. June 19, 1894.
Pres. and dir. Chemical Nat. Bank; dir. Bankers' Trust
Co., Astor Trust Co., U. S. Life Ins. Co. Republican;
Baptist. Clubs: Union League, Lotos (N. Y.), Hamilton
(Brooklyn), Sleepy Hollow Country, Nassau Country,
Dyker Meadow Golf. Residence: Plaza Hotel. Ad-
dress: 270 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Southington, Conn., June 29, 1874; s.
Sanford Smith and Prances L. (Cummings) Martyn; ed.
Dartmouth Coll., A.B., 1894, Law School, Yale Univ.,
LL.B., 1894; m. Derby, Conn., June 27, 1899, Helen E.
Sawyer; children: Miriam, b. 1901, Katherine, b. 1903j
Frederick Sanford, Jr., b. 1904. Republican; Congrega-
tionalism Clubs: Brooklyn, Dartmouth. Residence:
108 Lincoln Road. Address: 190 Montague St., Brook-
lyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Bergen, N. J., Dec. 17, 1876; s. "Willis B.
and Lilla Bradbury Marvin; ed. Columbia Coll., N. Y.
Law Sch., A.B., LL.B.; m. May 14, 1902, Florence E.
Frank; one son: Kellogg, b. 1903. Engaged In prac-
tise of law in N. Y. City. Mem. Delta Upsilon frater-
nity. Clubs: Lawyers, Englewood Country, Englewood
Field, Columbia Universitv, Montclair Athletic. Ad-
dress: 31 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Retired underwriter, mf'r; b. Ontario, Can., Mar. 3,
1854; s. Henry Bates and Celina (Soper) Marvin; ed
Delta, Ont., and Albion, N. Y., receiving teacher's certi-
ficate; m. Carleton Place, Ont., June 1, 1876, Alberta E.
Pearson; children: Claude Edgar, b. 1877; George Pear-
son (DD.S.), b. 1880; Claire Louise, b. 1883; Elizabeth
Alberta, b. 1891. Gen. sup't of agents Good Templars'
Benefit Ass'n, 1866-1S93, American Temperance Life
Ins. Ass'n., 1893-1902 (dir.); dir. and treas. Celadon
Roofing Tile Co., N. Y. City, 1902-1905; pres. United
Trustee and Audit Co., N. Y. City, 1902-1904. Independ-
ent in politics; Prohibition nominee for senator, 29th
Dist., 1891. Pres. Flat-bush B'd of Trade, N. Y. City,
1904-1906. Mem. M. E. Church, Soc. of Genesee, N. Y.
City (treas., 1902-1905); prop'r Jackson's Temperance
Hotel, 1905-1909; dir. Rochester Y. M. C. A. Address:
Rochester, N. Y.


Clergyman, author; b. Troy, N. Y., Sept. 23, 1847; s.
Rev. Uriah and Margaret Jane (Stevens) Marvin; ed.
Collegiate Inst., Sand Lake, N. Y., Alexander Mil. Inst.,
White Plains, N. Y., Union Coll., Lafayette Coll., Coll.
Phys. and Surg. (Columbia), M.D., 1870; grad. Theol.
Sem. Reformed Ch., New Brunswick, N. J.; m. Persis
A., d. Samuel Rowell, of Lancaster, IN. H. Pastor First
Cong'l Ch., Middletown. N. Y., 1879-1883, First Cong'l
Ch., Portland, Ore., 1883-1886, First Cong'l Ch.. Great
Barrington, Mass., 1887-1895. Traveled and studied in
Europe (spent one winter in Italy and one in Ger-
many). Author: Dream Music, 1870, Last Words of
Distinguished Men and Women, 1900-1901-1902 (3 edi-
tions); Flowers of Songs from Many Lands, 1902;
The Companionship of Books. 1905-1906 (2 editions);
Christ Among the Cattle (6 editions); Consecrated
Womanhood. 1903; Poems and Translations, 1907; A
Book of Quatrains, 1909; The Excursion of a Book-
Lover, 1910; Love and Letters. 1911; A Free Lance,
1913. Mem. Nat. Geog. Soc, Hudson River Ass'n of
Cong'l Ministers and Churches. Clubs: Fort Orange,
Aurania (Albany, N. Y.), Authors (N. Y. City). Ad-
dress: 537 Western Av., Albany, N. Y.


Manufacturer; b. Jordan, N. Y.; s. Daniel W. and
Ellen J. (Weed) Marvin; grad. Syracuse Univ., class of
1883. A.M.; m. Canastota, N. Y., Sept. 14, 1882, Oramella
D. Tackaibury; children: Robert S. M., Marguerite,
Kenneth T. and Daniel W. Inventor Marvin Electric
Rock Drill; pres. of Am. Mutoscope and Biograph Co.
for seven yeaTs. Pres. Motion Picture Patents Co. ; pres.

and dir. Marvin & Casler Co.; treas. Austral Window
Balance Co.; v.-p. Biograph Co. Trustee Syracuse
Univ. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem. A.A.A S \m
Inst Elec Eng"s. Clubs: Union, Lotos, Columbia
Yacht. Address: 340 Riverside Drive, N. Y. City.

Chartered and certified public accountant- b Edin-.

Vr r rV fa r,T tlan o' . i an - 18 ' 1S02; s - sir James D. (Kt
LL.D., D.L., S.b.C.) and Jane (Watt) Mar wick; ed.
Edinburgh Acad., King's Sch., Canterbury; Fettes
c y-> Edinburgh and Glasgow Univ., attending Law
and Science Classes; unmarried. Served apprentice-
ship as accountant in offices of Auld & Guild char-
tered accountants,. Glasgow. Elected mem. Inst of
Accountants and Actuaries of Glasgow, 1886; organ-
ized firm of Walker & Marwick, chartered account-
ants, Glasgow, 1887; acted for several years as hon
$ln% a - Gla sg,ow Archaeol. Soc. Visited Australia, 1892-
189d, and elected mem. Com. of Three of Melbourne
Chamber of Commerce to report on lock-up of cur-
rent accounts at time of great banking failures 1892
Visited Adelaide on sp'l mission in connection with
changes in banking laws on behalf of Premier of
Victoria. .Moved to Vancouver, Can., 1893, and to U.
S., 1804; organized firm of public accountants, now
practising as Marwick. Mitchell, Peat & Co., having
offices throughout U. S., Canada, Great Britain and
.b ranee. Accountants in Anthracite Coal Strike Arbi-
tration, 1903; to Nat. Civic Federation, 1905; and to
U. S. Navy Dep't, 1910. Author of numerous articles
on banking, accounting and transportation. Senior
mem. Marwick, Mitchell & Co. (London); dir. Mitch-
ell, Mendenhall & Co., Inc., Batopilas Mining Co., Lake
Winnipeg Shipping Co. Mem. Central Presby'n Ch.

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