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Co.; also pres. Nicaragua Co. and Newport & Wick-
ford R. R. Steamboat Co., and has other marine and
railroad interests. Took an active part in the devel-
opment of the Naval Militia of N. Y ; was first com-
md'r N. Y. Naval Battalion at its org'n, 1891; now capt.
Naval Militia of the State; entered the navy in 1898,
during the Spanish-Am. War, as lieut.-commd'r and
had command of Third Dist. Auxiliary Naval Force.
In 1894 was mem. N. Y. Chamber of Commerce Com. on
Docks, and for several years has been on the Commit-
tee on Schoolship St. Mary's. Served on the commit-
tees for reception of Princess Eulalia of Spain, Prince
Henry of Prussia and Prince Louis of Battenberg.
Vice-commd'r Naval Order U. S. ; vice-commd'r Order
of Spanish-Am. War; mem. Council of Naval Alumni
Ass n of N. Y.; mem. Soc. Foreign Wars. Clubs: Uni-
versity, Century. Residence: 113 E. 30th St. Address:
43 Exchange PI., N. Y. City.


Clergyman and prof.; b. Greenwood, N. Y., 1864; s
John and Eliza Jane (Knox) Miller; ed. Haverling
Union Sen., Bath, N. Y., 1879-1881; Canisteo (N. Y.)
Acad., 1881-1884; grad. N. Y. Univ., A. B., 1888; Ph.D.,
1891 (Phi Beta Kappa and editor-in-chief of Quar-
terly); Union Theol. Sem. (pres. of class), 1891; m
Bath, N. Y 1891, F. Eva Miller; children: E. Angelica,
b. 1893; Walter K., b. 1896. Pastor Angelica Presby'n
Ch., 1891-1898, Franklin St. Ch., Elmira N. Y., since
1898. Stated clerk, Steuben Presbytery, 1896-1898, and
of Chemung Presbytery, 1904-1909. Prof. History, El-
mira Coll., since 1908. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa, Psi Up^,
silon and Elmira Theol. and Literary socs. Author:
Presbyterianism in Steuben and Allegany Counties,
1897; Poverty Its Extent and Cure, 1906. Address:
383 Penna. Ave.. Elmira, N. Y.

Banker; b. March 24, 1883; s. Charles Addison and
Mary E. (Ely) Miller; grad. Yale Univ., A.B., class
1904; m. N. Y. City, April 2, 1908, Gladys Godfrey Kis-
sel; one d., Gladys Caroline, b. Jan. 3, 1909. V.-p. Co-
lumbia-Knickerbocker Trust Co. Served 5 years in
N. G. N. Y., received honorable discharge. Episcopa-
lian. Cluibs: Union, University, Racquet and Tennis.
Residence: 70 Park Av. Address: 358 Fifth Av., N. Y.


Real estate, insurance and mortgage loans; b. Eddv-
ville, la., Mar. 9, 1876; s. John H. and Anna R. (Sutfin)
Miller; ed. Kansas City High School; Capitol City Com-
mercial Coll., Des Moines, la.; Penn. Coll., B.S.,; m.
Oskaloosa, la., 1898, Carrie E. Noble; children: James
H., b. 1901; Arthur G., b. 1905; Walter V., b. 1907. Pres.
John W. Miller Co., United Realty Co. Was county
clerk of Mahaska Co., la., 1S97. Republican; Methodist.
Mem. Iowa Soc. of N. Y., Sons of VeteTans. Clubs:
City, Republican. Address: 150 Nassau St., N. Y. City.

Physician; b. Bedford. Westchester Co., N. Y., Mar.
16, 1852; s. Horace and Hannah M. Miller; ed. Bedford
Acad., Madison (now Colgate) Univ.. A.B., 1874, A.M.,
1877. Coll. Phys. and Surg., M.D., 1880; post-grad, work
Post-Grad. Med. Sch. of N. Y.. 1893-1894; m. Brooklyn,
N. Y., 1885, Florence Mansfield; children: Florence C,
Lewis Earl. Practised one year at Patterson, Putnam
Co., N. Y., and after acting as interne in a N. Y. City
hosp., practised at Brewster, Putnam Co., N. Y., 1881-
1893; removed to Brooklyn 1893, since engaged as spe-
cialist in treatment of throat, nose and ear, acting
laryngologist and rhinologist, Polhemus Memorial
Clinic, inst. laryngology and rhinology, L. I. Coll.
Hosp. Med. Sch.; health officer Town of Southeast,
Putnam Co.. N. Y.. 1886-1888. Republican; Baptist.
Mem. Kings Co. Med. Soc, Brooklyn Pathol. Soc. N. Y.
State Med. Soc. Am. Laryngol., Rhinol. and Otol. Soc
Mem. Masonic Order and Mystic Shrine. Trustee First
Bap't Ch., Brewster, N. Y., 1888-1893. Address: 109
Halsey St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Editor; b. Eaton, O., Feb. 27, 1864; s. Robert and
Margaret (McQuiston) Miller; grad. Princeton Univ.,
A.B., 1886, Litt.D., 18S9. Instr. ana ass't prof, in Eng-
lish Dep't, Princeton, 1887-1892; sec, etc., in various
polit. reform org'ns in N. Y. City, 1893-1899; editor
since 1899. Pres. Associated Authors and Compilers.
Single Taxer. Mem. Sigma Chi fraternity. Translator

of The Sicilian Idyls of Theocritus, and editor of vari-
ous works: The Nineteenth Century and After, The
Life and Works of Abraham Lincoln, The Classics
Greek and Latin, Great Debates in American History.
Clubs: Authors, Manhattan Chess, Dickens Fellowship.
Address: 47 W. 42d St., N. Y. City.

Jurist; b. Solon, Cortland Co., N. Y., Oct. 10, 1868; s.
Samuel and Almira (Russell) Miller; grad. Cortland
Normal Sch., 1887; m. Marathon, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1896,
Elizabeth Davern; children: Mildred, b. 1898; Marian,
b. 1902; Margaret, b. 1904; Elizabeth, b. 1907; Louisa
and Eleanor, b. 1909; Constance, b. 1913. Was admit-
ted to the N. Y. Bar, Nov. 21, 1893; mem. law firm of
Dougherty & Miller, Cortland, N. Y., 1893-1903, corp'n
counsel City of Cortland. 1900-1901; sch. comm'r, 1st
Dist., Cortland Co., 1894-1900; State Comptroller, 1902-
1903; justice Supreme Court since Nov. 10, 1903; asso.
justice Appellate Div., 2d Dep't, Dec 19, 1904-Jan. 1,
1910; asso, justice Appellate Div., 1st Dep't, Jan. 1,
1910-Jan. 1, 1913; asso. judge Court of Appeals, since
Jan. 1, 1913. Republican. Address: Cortland, N. Y.


Civil eng'r; b. N. Y. City, July 5, 1866; s. Anton W.
and Matilda E. (Schmahl) Miller; ed. public schools;
grad. Coll. City of N. Y., B.S., 1885; Columbia Univ.,
C.E., 1888; m. Wideater, Va., Nov. 15, 1892, Agnes Rob-
inson Nelson; children: Rudolph Nelson, b. 1894; Mary
Moncure, b. 1897; Matilda, b. 1898. Early professional
work was as eng'r on Richmond & Danville R. R. and
Long Island R. R. ; was for ten years connected with
Dep't (now 'bureau) of Buildings. N. Y. City, during
last five as chief eng'r in Borough of Manhattan: for
three years in private practice; since Jan. 1, 1910, sup't
of Buildings, Borough of Manhattan, N. Y. City. Mem.
Am. Soc Civil Eng'rs, Am. Soc. for Testing Materials.
Soc. Municipal Eng'rs, N. Y. City, Nat. Fire Protection
Ass'n. Is an authority on building laws and fire pro-
tection, lecturer on such subjects and a contb'r to tech-
nical literature. Clubs: Engineers, Columbia Univ.,
City. Address: 100 Morningside Drive, N. Y. City.


Banker: b. Herndon, Pa., Aug. 7, 1869; s. Simon and
Salome (Haas) Miller; ed. public schs. of Pa. and Com-
mercial Coll., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ; m. Walnut, Pa.,
Sept. 3, 1891. Valeria Minium; children: Effie May, b.
1892; Lloyd Samuel, b. 1898; Dorothy Kathryn, b. 1906.
V.-p. Chase Nat. Bank, N. Y.; dir. First Nat. Bank,
Bound Brook, N. J., Madison Trust Co., Madison, N. J.,
Quiney, Omaha & Kansas City R. R. Co., Richmond
Radiator Co. Clubs: Union League (N. Y.), Middle-
brook Country (Bound Brook, N. J.), Somerville Coun-
try (Somerville, N. J.). Mem. Eastern Star Lodge, F.
and A. M. Residence: Bound Brook. N. J. Address:
Chase Nat. Bank, 83 Cedar St., N. Y. City.

Civil engineer; b. Waukegan, 111., April 25, 1859; s.
Samuel Fisher and Charlotte (Howe) Miller; grad.
Worcester (Mass.) Poly. Inst., 1S79. Inventor and de-
signer of cableways, notably the U. S. Navy marine
cableway for coaling warships at sea and for life
saving, coal transfer apparatus for Naval colliers,
Lidgerwood traveling cableways used on Chicago
drainage canal, Sault Ste. Marie Canal, Panama Canal,
etc. Mem. Am. Soc of Civil Eng'rs, Am. Soc. Mech.
Eng'rs. Soc. Naval Architects and Marine Eng'rs, Can-
adian Inst. Mining Eng'rs, Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs;
trustee South Orange Free Library. Recreations: Auto-
mobiling, horseback riding. Clubs: Engineers (N. Y.
City); Essex Co. Country (Orange): Metropolitan, Uni-
versity (Washington). Residence: South Orange, N. J.
Address: 96 Liberty St., N. Y. City.

Manufacturer; ex-U. S. senator; b. in Oswego Co., N.
Y., Aug. 12, 183S; grad. Union Coll., I860; LL.D., Union
and Syracuse Univs. ; m. 1864, Caroline Churchill. In
1860, beginning of war, enlisted In the 5th N. Y. Cav. ;
promoted to lieut., but captured by Confederates at
battle of Winchester; soon honorably discharged and
sent abroad; on return engaged in paper mf'g in Her-
kimer, N. Y. Elected to the State legislature of 1874-
1875 and to the 46th and 47th Congresses, 1877-1881;
elected, 1881, to U. S. Senate, serving until a bill known
as the "head-money bill," which relieved the State of
New York from an annual tax of $200,000. In 1885
caused to be passed in the Senate the Alien Contract
Labor bill, which is still law. Invented machines for
the manufacture of wood pulp; was interested in the
great national enterprise of constructing a ship canal
across the Isthmus to connect the two oceans; now
engaged extensively in gold and copper mining in U. S.
and British Columbia. Mem. Sons of Revolution.
Clubs: Lawyers. Union League, Republican. Address:
61 E. 73d St., N. Y. City.




Editor; b. Duane, King William Co., Va,, Nov. 1869;
s. Albert and Olive (Tyler) Miller; grad. Univ. of
Mich., A.B., 1892; Cornell Univ. A.M., 1897 Ph.D., 1899;
m. Ithaca, N. Y., June &, 1899, Mary Farrand Rogers;
children: Ruth Rogers, b. April 29, 1903; Farrand
Rogers, b. March 12, 1909. Asso. editor Cyclopedia of
Am. Horticulture, in 1898-1901; on editorial staff of
Country Life in America, from its beginning, 1901,
and of Garden Magazine, from its beginning in 1905.
Mem. Psi Upsilon fraternity; honorary member Scien-
tific Soc. Sigma Xi. Residence: 340 Rahway Av.,
Elizabeth, N. J. Address: Care Doubleday, Page &
Co., 11 W. 32d St., N. Y. City.


Prof, geology and mineralogy; b. Red Bluff, Calif.,
April 26, 1SS0; s. Henry and Bertha (Rotter) Miller;
ed. in public and high schools of Red Bluff, Calif.,
College of the Pacific, San Jose, B.S., 1900; graduate
student Stanford Univ., 1900-1901; graduate student,
Johns Hopkins Univ., 1903-1905 (fellow in geology,
1904-1905). Ph.D., 1905; m. Baltimore, 1905, Eva Pearl
Breniman; one son: Willis Hamilton Miller, b. 1906.
Has been connected with U. S. Geol. Survey, Md. Geol.
Survey; is connected with N. Y. State Geol. Survey;
lnstr. in geology and chemistry, Univ. of the Pacific,
Calif., 1901-1903; now mem. of the Hamilton College
faculty. Fellow Geol. Soc. of America. Has published
various papers on geological subjects. Progressive;
Presby'n. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc. Address: Ham-
ilton Coll., Clinton, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Washington, D. C, May 14, 1870; s.
William J. and Frances Marion (Joyce) Miller; grad.
Nat. Univ., Washington, D. C, LL.B., LL.M., LL.D.;
Princeton Univ., A.M.; unmarried. Mem. firm Horn-
blower, Miller & Potter; mem. Ass'n Bar City of N.
Y., Am. Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Japan Soc,
Soc. of Med. Jurisprudence. Clubs: Racquet and Ten-
nis, Riding, Rockaway Hunt, Metropolitan, Piping
Rock (Ardsley), N. Y. Yacht, Automobile of America,
Aero, Princeton, Nat, Golf, Lawyers, Mid-Day, Recess,
Lambs, Metropolitan (Washington, D. C). Residence:
Alwyn Court. Address: 24 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Chemical eng'r; b. St. John, N. B., Nov. 5, 1867; s.
James and Maraget Dunlop (Aitken) Milligan; ed.
schs. of Can., grad. N. Y. Coll. of Pharmacy, Ph.G.,
1889 (awarded Octave Chanute Medal in mechanical
eng'ring, 1902); m. 1st, N. Y. City, Ella I. Macy (de-
ceased); 2d, Alice Palmer Scranton, of New Haven; one
son: Archibald Stewart, b. March 13, 1891. Gen. mg'r
and dir. N. Y. Continental Jewell Filtration Co., v.-p.
and dir. Nat. Water Main Cleaning Co., treas. and dir.
Am. Water Works Mf'g Ass'n; dir. Pittsburgh Filter
Mf'g Co., and several other water works companies.
Presby'n. Mem. Royal Soc, Chemical Industry, West-
ern Soc of Eng'rs, Pa. Soc of Eng'rs, Am. Water
Works Ass'n (active mem.), N. E. Water Works Ass'n,
N. Y. Scottish Soc, Soc. of Chemical Industry. Recrea-
tions: Golf, horseback riding, fishing, hunting, auto-
mobiling. Clubs: Lotos, Chemists, Machinery, Somer-
ville Country, Berkshire. Residence (Summer): Mt.
Washington, Mass. (Winter): 1 W. 64th St. Address:
15 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Newspaper editor; b. Canandalgua, N. Y., Aug. 27,
1854; s. Nathan J. and Orline O. (Sutton) Milliken; ed.
Canandaigua Acad.; m. Canandaigua, June 18, 1895,
Margaret Townley; children: Margaret F., b. 1901;
Charlotte T... b. 1904; Nathan T., b. 1906. Life de-
voted to newspaper work; owner and editor Ontario
County Times; founded by father in 1852; mg'r C. F.
& R B. Milliken. Chm'n Ontario Co. Rep. Com., 1887-
1888; alternate to Nat. Rep. C'onv., 1900; mem. State
Civil Service Comm'n, 1903-1911 (pres. from Jan.,
1905). Congregationalist. Trustee Frederick Ferris
Thompson Hosp., pres. Clark House Home for Old
People; pres. Ontario Co. Hist. Soc. Address: Canan-
daigua, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Lewistown, Pa., July 19, 1847; s. Samuel
and Mary (Porter) Milliken; ed. (Lewistown Acad.,
Tuscarora (Pa.) Acad., Pa. Mil. Acad., Iron City Coll.;
m. Hollidaysburg, Pa., Feb. 10, 1869, Fannie Caldwell;
children: Rebecca Dean (died 1894), James A. Briggs.
Ran away from the Pa. Mil. Acad, in 1863 and entered
the Union Army as a mem. of Co. A, Independent Bat-
talion, Pa. Vols., and served until the close of the
war. Was admitted to bar of Blair Co., Pa., 1868;
elected dist. att'y of Blair Co., 1874; went to Egypt,
1877, for the purpose of entering Egyptian mil. service
during Turko-Russian War, and was appt'd by

Loring Pasha (Gen. W. W. Loring) lieut.-col. on his
staff, but was not commissioned, as soon afterward
all Americans In service of the Khedive were relieved
from duty; remained in Egypt 6 years. Elected col.,
5th Reg't, N. G. of Pa., 1874. Democrat; Presbyterian.
Mem. Sons of Revolution, Masonic order, I. O. O. F.,
Knights of Pythias. Recreation: Fishing. Club:
American Dramatists. Residence: 202 W. 36th St. Ad-
dress: 1328 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. Poland, Maine, Jan. 7, 1S36; s. Josiah
and Elizabeth (Freeman) Milliken; ed. in public
schools, Hebron Acad and Yarmouth Acad.; m. 1874,
Margaret L. Hill; children: Seth M., Jr., Gerrish H.
Margaret (now Mrs. Harold A. Hatch). Began busi-
ness life at Minot, Ale., in 1856; in 1866 founded, with
William Deering, and is now senior mem. of firm of
Deering, Milliken & Co.; pres. and dir. Cowan Woolen
Co. (Maine), Dallas Mf'g Co. (Ala.), Farnsworth Co.
(Maine), Gainesville Cotton Mills (Ga.), Great Falls
Woolen Co. (N. H.), Madison Woolen Co. (Maine),
Pc-ndicherry Co. (Maine) ; trustee Bowery Savings
Bank, Colonial Trust Co.; dir Albeville Cotton Mills
(S. C.) Cascade Woolen Co. (Maine), Darlington Mf'g
Co. (S. C), Drayton Mills (S. C), Fidelity Bank,
Forest Mills Co. (Maine), Hartsville Cotton Mill (S.
Co.), Laurens Cotton Mills (S. C), Lockhart Mills (S.
C), Lockwood Co. (Maine), Mills Mf'g Co. (S. C), Mon-
arch Cotton Mills (S. C), Pacolet Mf'g Co. (S. C),
Poland Paper Co. (Maine), Reedy River Mf'g Co. (S.
C), Saco & Pettee Machine Shop (Mass.), Spartan
Mills (S. C), Whitney Mf'g Co. (S. C), Worumbo Mf'g
Co. (Maine). Republican (was presidential elector,
1892). Clubs: Union League, Riding, Metropolitan,
Merchants Republican. Address: 990 Madison Av., N.
Y. City.


V.-p. Otis Elevator Co.; b. N. Y. City, March 12,
1844; s. Abraham and Ellen Suydara (Lott) Mills; ed.
Union Hall Acad., Jamaica, L. I., Columbian (now
George Washington) Univ. Law Sch., Washington,
D.C.; m. Washington, D.C., June 5, 1872, Mary Chase
Steele; children: Frances Steele, Ellen Suydam (Mrs.
Frank J. Mather, Jr.), Mary Chase (Mrs. Earl Harvey
LyallJ. V-p. and dir. Otis Elevator Co.; Mem. Am.
Asiatic Ass'n (Exec. Com), Chamber of Commerce
State of N. Y., Am. Geog. Soc, Nat. Geog. Soc, George
Washington Univ. Alumni Ass'n, Inst, of Hist. Re-
search, Am. Acad. Polit. and Social Science, Am.
Numismatic and Archseol. Soc, N. Y. Geneal. and
Biog. Soc, Biog. Soc. of America, Am. Forestry Ass'n,
Ass'n for Protection of Adirondacks (v.-p.), Am.
Museum of Natural History, Met. Museum of Art,
N. Y. Zool. Soc, N. Y. Bot. Gardens, Nat. Sculpture
Soc, Municipal Art Soc, Linnaean Soc, Charity Organ-
ization Soc, Nat. Red Cross Soc, Soc. for the Re-
lief of Destitute Children of Seamen, Grant Monu-
ment Ass'n (trustee), 19th Army Corps Soc. (v.-p.).
Mil. Order Loyal Legion, Lafayette Post, G. A. R.
(past commander), Soc. Army of the Potomac Mil.
Service Inst'n of U. S., etc. Clubs: N. Y. Athletic
(ex-pres.), Engineers (ex-v.-p.), Army and Navy,
Economic, Union League. Address: 559 W. 26th St.,
N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Salem, N. H., Aug. 8, 1861; s. Edward
and Esther (Butterworth) Mills; grad. Univ. of
Rochester, A.B., 1883, A.M., 1886; fellow Cornell Univ.,
1886-1888, Ph.D., summa cum laude, 1890; m. 1890,
Mary Louise Sansbury; one son Harold Sansbury, b.
1892. Prof, economics, Vassar Coll., since 1890. Pres.
B'd Mg'rs Hudson State House of Refuge for Women,
1899-1903; mem. Am. Economic Ass'n; Delta Kappa
Epstlon fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa Soc. Author:
Outlines of Economics and several syllabi on eco-
nomic topics. Address: 106 Academy St., Pough-
keepsle, N. Y.


Jurist; b. Thompson, Windham Co., Conn., Sept. 10,
1851; descended in the 8th generation from John Mills,
who came from England to Massachusetts in Win-
throp's Fleet, 1630; s. Isaac and Susan (Arnold) Mills;
grad. Providence Conference Sem., East Greenwich, R.
I., 1870; Amherst Coll., A.B. (valedictorian), 1874; LL.D.,
1911; Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 1876; m. Webster,
Mass., Dec 18, 1876, Cara Maria Burnett'; children:
Nona Burnett (now Hardy), b. 1879; Le Roy Newton,
b. 1882; Rriscilla Alden (now Van Cott), b. 1884; Na-
thaniel, b. 1886. Practised law at Mt. Vernon, West-
chester County, N. Y., Oct., 1876-Jan., 1907; elected
Nov., 1906, justice of the Supreme Court of N. Y. for
term expiring Dec. 31, 1920. Was county judge of
Westchester County, N. Y., two terms, 1884-1895, inclu-
sive; N. Y. State senator, 1901 and 1902. Republican.



Congregationalist. Mem. N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, West-
chester County Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.; mem.
Hiawatha Lodge 434, F. & A. M., Mt. Vernon Chapter,
R. A. M., Bethlehem Commandery, K. T., Past Masters'
Ass'n, 12th Masonic Dist. of N. Y.; associate of Farns-
worth Post, G. A. R., New England Soc. of N. Y. City,
Sons of the Revolution, N. Y.; Soc. Med. Jurisprudence,
N. Y. City; Amherst Alumni Ass'n, N. Y.; Delta Kappa
Bpsilon fraternity (Sigma Chapter) and Delta Kappa
Epsilon Ass'n of N. Y.; Megantic Fish and Game Cor-
poration; Alumni Ass'n of Law School of Columbia
Univ.; Westchester Co. Hist. Soc, N. Y. Hist. Soc.
Recreation: Fishing and hunting. Clubs: Union
League, Republican. Address: North Columbus Av.,
Mount Vernon, N. Y.


Capitalist; s. Darius Ogden Mills; grad. Harvard
Univ., A.B., 1878; m. Ruth Livingston; children:
Beatrice, Gladys, Ogden D. Pres. and dir. Tribune
Ass'n; v.-p. and dir. Mergenthaler Linotype Co.; trus-
tee German Savings Bank; dir. Atlantic Coast Steam-
ship Co., Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R'y Co., Brie
Elevator Co., Internat. Paper Co., N. Y. Continental
Jewell Filtration Co., North Atlantic Steamship Co.,
Oriental Consolidated Mining Co., Pacific Mail Steam-
ship Co., Portland R'y Co. Rock Island Co., Southern
Pacific Co., Windsor Trust Co., Nat. Typographic Ass'n,
N. Y. Fire Proof Tenement Ass'n. Clubs: Metropoli-
tan, University Harvard, Union, Union League, Racquet
and Tennis, Hudson River Ice Yacht. Turf and Field,
New York Yacht. Residence: 2 E. 69th St. Address:
15 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. N. Y. City, May 17, 1S65; s. Robert J.
and Marv Frances (Reed) Mills; ed. Harvard (2 years),
Columbia, A.B., Coll. Phys. and Surg, of N. Y. City, N.
Y. Homce. Med. Coll. and Hosp., M.D., 1S89; m. N. Y.
City, Oct. 25, 1893, Sylvie Laure de Long, d. Lieut. -
Commd'r G. W. de Long, U. S. N., arctic explorer;
children: Emma de Long, b. Sept. 16, 1S94; De Long, b.
Aug'. 6, 1897. Is attending physician Tuberculosis In-
firmary, Metropolitan Hosp., Dep't of Public Charities;
same, Flower Hosp.; prof, of medicine, N. Y. Homce.
Med. Coll. and Hosp.; ex-pres. Homce. Med. Soc. County
of N. Y. ; asso. editor North American Journal of
Homoeopathy since 1899. Mem. Sons of the Revolution.
Served 6 vears in 7th Reg't, N. G. N. Y. Med. Insp.
Dep't of Health N. Y. City, 1899-1903. Club: Harvard.
Address: 324 W. S9th St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Toronto, Can., 1860; s. M. W. and Mary J.
(Goadby) Mills; ed. Toronto schs.; m. N. Y. City, 18S5,
M. Augusta Mills. Pres. Plaza Bank since 1896; trustee
Union Dime Savings Bank. Clubs: Metropolitan, N. Y.
Athletic. N. Y. Yacht, Riding, Aero. Residence: 35 W.
68th St. Address: 753 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Belleville, Ont., May 3, 1868; s. William
H. and Margaret (Kelly) Minchin; grad. Univ of
Mich., B.S., 1899, A.M., Phi Beta Kappa, 1904. Ph.D.,
1906; m. Grand Rapids, Mich.. 1S91, Elizabeth Getter;
children: Howard W., b. 1895; Florence Mildred, b.
1902. Principal High Sch., Niles, Mich., 1899-1901;
inst'r physics, Detroit High Sch., 1901-1904; inst'r
physics, 1904, now ass't prof, physics, Univ. of
Rochester. Dir. of Evening Schs., Rochester, N. Y.,
1906-1911. Was mem. Com. on Course of Study in
Chemistry for Michigan Secondary Schs., 1902-1903, and
of Mich. Physical Conf. Has made researches in phy-
sics ant electro-chemistry, and has written papers and
monographs on these subjects. Author of articles on
Optics appearing in Optical Journal and Review. Mem.
Am. Phvsical Soc, Soc. Franchise de Physique. Ad-
dress: 10 Oliver St., Rochester, N. Y.


Editor; b. Manchester, Vt., Aug. 17. 1862; s. A. L.
and Susan S. (Roberts) Miner; ed. public schools. Burr
& Burton Sem., Manchester, Vt. ; grad. Norwich Univ.,
Northfield, Vt., B.S., M.S., C.E., A.M.; m. Salem, Mass.,
June 10, 1886, Mary S. Upton; one d.: Miriam U. b.
1888. Engaged in newspaper work for many years, re-
porter, dramatic editor, ass't city editor. European
correspondent and Sunday editor N. Y. Herald; Sun-
day editor and news editor N. Y. World; editor Cos-
mopolitan Magazine, Sunday editor Philadelphia Press;
editor and prop'r The Bangor (Me.) Daily News; now
Sunday editor N. Y. Sun. Mg'r Whitney Theatre. Lon-
don. Served as 1st lieut., capt. and aide-de-camp in
N. G. Vt. Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Alpha
Sigma Pi fraternity. Stage Soc. Clubs: Douglaston
Country, Press (N. Y.); Savage. Nat. Sporting, Play-
goers, New, Press (London). Address: Sun Office, N.
Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Lock Haven, Pa., April IS, 1S76; s. Samp-
son Quiggle and Rosanna (Bowers) Mingle; ed. Dick-
inson Sem., Williamsport. Pa., Univ. of Pa., B.S. 1899,
N Y. Law Sch., LL.B., 1902; m. East Orange, N. J.,
June 2, 1906. Millicent Brown Dyer. Engaged in gen.
practise of law. Pres. and dir. Rochester and Lake
Ontario Water Co.; dir. Depew and Lake Erie Water
Co West N. Y. Improvement Co., Liberty & Callicoon
R R Corp'n, Great Eastern Investing Co., Cranford
Development Co. Mem. Delta Upsilon fraternity.
Methodist. Clubs: Graduates. Pa. Soc, Essex County
Country, City, University of Pa. (sec). Delta Upsilon
(N Y. Citv), University (Philadelphia). Address:
Woolwnrth Bld'g, 233 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Little Falls, Herkimer Co., N. Y., Aug. 3
1SS0; s. Julius J. and Henrietta (Levy) Mmkin; ed.
public schs. of Albany; grad. Union Coll., B.S. ,1901.
Albany Law Sch., LLB., 1903; m. Dec. IS, 1912, Stella
B Levy Democrat; Hebrew. Mem. Masonic Order,
Elks and Delta Upsilon fraternity. Club: Adelphi.
Address: 5S1 Morris St., Albany, N. Y.

M BaTer- b C N A Y L C E ify A s. Col. John and Eliza (Rehill)
Mifsing? ed. in Public schools of Brooklyn; m Mary
Francos' Brainerd; children: Adel._ne_ Brainerd.^b. 1887.

& Co. Recrea

St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer, publicist. Mayor of N. Y. City; b. F>-? h am,
NY, July 19, 1879; s. James and Mary (Purros)
Mitchel- ed. Fordham Univ., Columbia Univ., N. Y. uw
Sch m April 3, 1909, Olive D. Child. Senior mem law
firm .Vitchel & Millan. Appt'd sp'l counsel to City ot
N Y, 1906; appt'd comm'r accounts, April Ji, 190'. in-
vestigated Borough Presidents of Manhattan, Brook-

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