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Economics, Yale Review. Independent. Mem. Ass'n
Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n. Clubs:
Union League, Harvard. Residence: 152 E. 37th St.
Address: 40 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Public accountant, lawyer; b. Pa., Sept. 21, 1872; s.
Rev. Thomas and Annie (Kline) Montgomery; ed. pub-
lic sens, and by private tutors; m. Orange, N. J., Nov.
4, 1904, Elizabeth Shaw; children: Robert Shaw, b.
1905; Arthur, b. 1909; Elizabeth, b. 1913. Admitted to
bar of N. Y. City and Philadelphia; instr. in account-
ing, Columbia Univ. Partner in firm Lybrand, Ross
Bros. & Montgomery, certified public accountants.
Served through Spanish-Am. War with Light Battery

A, Philadelphia. Methodist; treas. N. Y. City Soc. of M.
E. Ch. Pres. Am. Ass'n of Public Accountants, Methodist
Social Union of N. Y.; mem. N. Y. County Bar Ass'n,
Am. Bar Ass'n, Inst. Arts and Science, Acad. Polit.
Science, Troop A (N. G. of Pa.). Author: Auditing
Theory and Practice, and many pamphlets on account-
ing and economic questions: Editor Am. business
Manual. Recreation: Golf. Clubs: Lawyers, Lotos,
Faculty (Columbia Univ.), Dunwoodie Country, Buck
Hill Falls Golf, Economic. Residence: 525 West End
Av. Address: 55 Liberty St., N. Y. City.


Prof, of chemistry; b. Chelsea, Mass., Nov. 19, 1869;
s. Luther Richmond and Mary Emily (Sherman)
Moody; ed. Chelsea public schs.; grad. Mass. Inst.
Technol., S.B., 1892; Columbia Univ., A.M., 1900, Ph.D.,
1901; m. Chelsea, Aug. 20. 1895, Mary Edna Wads-
worth. Instr. chemistry, Mass. Inst. Technol., 1892-
1895; instr. scientific dep't, Gilbert Sch., Winsted,
Conn., 1895-1899; post-grad, work at Columbia Univ.,
1899-1901; prof, chemistry Hobart Coll., 1901-1905;
prof, analytical chemistry Coll. City of N. Y. since
1905; mem. Am. Chem. Soc, Am. Electro-Chem. Soc,
London Soc. of Chem. Industry, Phi Beta Kappa Soc,
K. S. (Mass. Inst. Technology). Club: Chemists, of
N. Y. Address: 330 Convent Av., N. Y. City.

Banker, author, lecturer; b. Jersey City, N. J., May
2, 1S6S; s. William Francis and Sarah Jane (Nichols)
Moodv; ed. public schs. and private study; m. Brookr
lyn, N. Y., April 5, 1899, Anna Mulford Addison. Was
engaged in newspaper work until 1890, banking busi-
ness until 19U0; founded Moody's Manual of Railroads
and Corporation Securities in 1900; has travelled ex-
tensively in America and Europe; lecturer on invest-
ments. Senior mem. firm Moody & Co., bond dealers. In-
dependent Democrat. Episcopalian. Author: The Truth
About the Trusts, The Art of Wall Street Investing,
A Trip Into Trustdom, The Investors' Primer, Princi-
ples of Analyzing Investment Securities, Eighty Years
of the Railroads, The Rise of the Trusts, The Religion
of Peace. Clubs: National Art, Lawyers (N. Y. City);
Address: 35 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Catholic clergyman; b. Pike County, Pa., July 8,
1848; grad. St. John's Coll., Fordham, 1868; Ph.D. Mt.
St. Mary's Coll., Md., and LL.D. from Notre Dame and
Fordham Univs. ; ordained to priesthood Troy Sem.,
June 3, 1871; prof, of philosophy, Troy Sem., 1871-1879;
pastor St. Patrick's Ch., Newburgh, 1879-1890; pastor
of Sacred Heart Ch., N. Y. since 1890; (Chancellor of
archdiocese, N. Y., 1892; vicar-gen. archdiocese, July
8, 1892; domestic prelate of the Holy See, July 8, 1896;
prothonotary apostolic, March 10, 1904. Address: 457
W. 51st St., N, Y. City.


Physician; b. Bay City, Mich., March 7, 1879; s. Wm.

B. G. and Katheryne (Jarmin) Moore; ed. public schs.
of Bay City, Mich.; Univ. of Michigan (literary dep't
one year, medical dep't four years, grad. 1901); m.
Bay City, Mich., Aug. 1, 1906, Martha MacCartney; one
c, Catherine Ann, b. 1908. With Univ. Hosp., Ann
Arbor, Mich., 1901-1902; ass't physician to Asylum for
Criminal Insane, Ionia, Mich., June, 1902-Oct., 1903,
and State Hosp. for Insane, Middletown, N. Y., since
Oct., 1903. Dir. Bay Ridge-Middletown Co. Mem.
Mich. Nat. Guard three years, N. Y. N. G. nine years,
passing up through non-comm'd grades to sergeant;
appointed to Med. Dep't as 1st lieut., promoted capt.
Med. Dep't 1910, which rank still holds. Recreations:
Tennis, bowling. Club: Army and Navy (iN. Y. City).
Address: State Hosp.. Middletown, N. Y.


Advertising mg'r; b. Camden, S. C, March 18, 1877:
s. Albertus Adair and Carrie Aiken (Clarke) Moore;
ed. S. C. Mil. Acad., S. C. Univ., LL.B. (cum laude) ; m.
Camden, S. C, April 25, 1900. Elizabeth B. Ancrum;
children: Thomas A., b. Feb. 10, 1901; Albertus A., b.
Sept. 6, 1904; Camilla A., b. Sept. 24, 1906. Practised
law in South 12 years; engaged in newspaper work;
moved to N. Y. City Feb., 1910; connected with N. Y.
Times; later became advertising mg'r of Financial
House, then N. Y. mg'r of mf'g concern; now engaged
in advertising business. Served in N. G. S. C. several
years; county justice three years. Democrat. Recre-
ations: Polo, golf. Clubs: Camden Country, Sarsfield
Golf (Camden, S. C). Residence: 132 W. 91st St.
Address: 59 John St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Merchant, manufacturer; b. West Sparta, Livingston
Co., N. Y. ; s. William Ropes and Caroline M. (Van
Ness) Moore; ed. public schs., Ward 5 Public Sch.,
Rochester, N. Y.; Franklin Sch., Lynn, Mass.; m. Nor-



walk, O., Mary C. Campbell; children: Charles Arthur,
Jr., Jessie Campbell (Mrs. Colby M. Chester, Jr.), Mary
Elsie (Donna Elsie dei duchi Torlonia), Eugene Max-
well. Early in Life engaged as mf'r steam specialties
in Boston; in 1880 joined with H. S. Manning & Co. in
formation of firm of Manning, Maxwell & Moore, be-
coming in 1005 Manning, Maxwell & Moore, Inc., of
which Is pres. Has traveled largely in U. S., Europe
and Egypt, including several automobile tours through
Continental Europe; accompanied Pres. McKinley on
his trip to Pacific Coast (only guest outside of cabi-
net); was presidential elector for McKinley and Ho-
bart, and appt'd messenger to deliver electoral vote of
N. Y. State. Dir. Continental Ins. Co., United Bank
Note Corp'n, Nat. Machinery Co. Chevalier of the
Legion of Honor, France. Mem. Am. Protective Tariff
League, N. Y. Civic Federation, St. John's Guild (v. -p.),
Am. Chamber of Commerce (Paris), Chamber of Com-
merce State of N. Y., Ass'n of Mf'rs, Nat. Civic Fed-
eration, N. Y. B'd of Trade and Transportation, Am.
Soc of Mech. Eng'rs, Ohio Soc. of N. Y., Soc. of the
Genesee, St. Andrew's Soc, [Pilgrims of the U. S., Sons
of the Revolution. Clubs: Republican, Union League,
Engineers, Transportation, Automobile of America,
Machinery (N. Y.), Hamilton, Indian Harbor Yacht,
M-ontauk, Rembrandt, Century (Muskegon, Mich.),
Country, Field (Greenwich, Conn.). Address: 85 Lib-
erty St., N. Y. City.


Secretary; b. Lynn. Mass.. June 23, 18S0: s. Charles
A. and Mary (Campbell) Moore; ed. St. Paul's Sch.,
Concord, N. Y.; Yale Univ., B.A., 1903. Sec. and dir.
Taylor Creek Ditch Co. Republican. Life mem. Am.
Museum of Natural History, mem. N. Y. Zool. Soc,
Nat. Geog. Soc; mem. Peary expd'n of 1807; took
charter of steam whaler Algerine and spent summer
of 1901 in Hudson's Straits and Hudson's Bay; ac-
companied Homer Davenport to the Desert of Arabia
on expd'n to purchase Arab horses summer of 1006.
Clubs: Union League, Yale Racquet, Camp Fire. Ad-
dress: 110 W. 40th St., N. Y. City.


Civil engineer; b. Baltimore, Md, 1863; s. Charles
Cadwallader and Rosa Virginia (Killin) Moore; ed.
Lafayette Coll.; m. Pottsville, Pa., April, 1897, Martha
Fletcher Lee. Was treas. and v.-p. Bethlehem Silk
Co.; 1st ass't eng'r Erie R. R. Co., Chicago & Erie R.
R. Co., N. Y., Susquehanna & Western R. R. Co.; dir.
Edge water & Fort Lee R. R. Co.; made reconnaissance
and survey for connecting Atlantic and Pacific oceans
traffic via Amazon River and railroad across the
Andes Mountains, through republic of Ecuador; -was
eng'r of grade crossings, Erie R. R. Co., Chicago &
Erie R. R. Co., N. Y., Susquehanna & Western R. R.
Co., and principal ass't eng'r of Erie R. R. Co.; dir.
of eng'ring and construction of Ferrocarril al Curaray,
republic of Ecuador. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem.
Am. Soc. of Civil Eng'rs, Am. R'y Eng'ring Ass'n, Nat.
Geog. Soc, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Mil. Order,
Loyal Legion of U. S., Sons of Veterans, Zeta Psi fra-
ternity, Architect Lodge 510, F. & A. M. Clubs: Engi-
neers, Columbia Yacht, Bronx Yacht (N. Y. City), Art
(Philadelphia), Tungurahua (Ambato, Ecuador). Ad-
dress: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. West Chester, Pa., Sept. 25, 1865; s.
Rev. William E. Moore (D.D., LL.D.) and Harriet
(Foot) Moore; grad. Yale Coll., A.B., 1886 (Phi Beta
Kappa Soc); Yale Univ., Ph.D.^ 1890; Univ. of Berlin (2
semesters), 1890-1801; m. Brooklyn, N. Y.. Jan. 4, 1897,
Anna Barnard White; children: Lawrence, b. 1897;
Roger Cleveland, b. 1900; Janet Gaylord, b. 1005;
Cvnthia Goodwin, b. 1010. Macy scholar, Yale Coll.,
1886-1888; tutor in Latin, Yale, 1888-1890, 1891-1893;
ass't prof. Latin, Dartmouth Coll., 1803-1000; asso.
prof., 1900-1908; prof, of Latin, Trinity Coll., Hart-
ford, 1008-1910; prof, of classical philology, Columbia
Univ., since 1910. Traveled and studied in Europe,
1890-1891, 1897, 1008, 1909. Independent; Presby'n.
Mem. Am. Philol. Ass'n (sec. and editor of its annual
volume of Transactions and Proceedings). Residence:
15 Claremont Av. Address: Hamilton Hall. Columbia
Univ.. N. Y. City.


Prof, internat. law and diplomacy; b. Smyrna, Del..
Dec. 3, 1860; s. Dr. John A. and Martha A. (Ferguson)
Moore; ed. Univ. of Va.: honorary LL.D., Yale, Co-
lumbia and Delaware Colls.; m. 1890, Helen Frances
'Poland. Studied law, Wilmington, Del., 1SS0-1883;
admitted to bar there in 1883; entered Dep't of State,
Washington, as law clerk, under civil service rules,
1885; third ass't sec. of State. 1S86; resigned, 1801, to
become prof, internat. law and diplomacy at Columbia
Univ., in which chair continues. Sec. Fisheries Conf.,

1887-1888; sec. of Conf. on Samoan Affairs, 1887; ass't
Sec. of State. 1898, resigning to become sec. and coun-
sel to Am. Peace Comm'n at Paris; agent of the U. S.,
before U. S. and Dominican Mixed Comm'n. 1903-1904;
delegate to Fourth Internat. Am. Conf. Buenos Ayres,
1910; sp'l plenipotentiary to Chilean Centenary, 1910;
counselor to Dep't of State since 1913; mem. Permanent
Court at The Hague, since 1913; mem. Institute Co-
lonial International; Institut de Droit International;
Mass. Hist. Soc; hon. mem. Faculty of Law, Univ. of
Chili. Publications: Report on Extraterritorial
Crime, 1SS7; Report on Extradition, 1800; Treatise on
Extradition and Interstate Rendition (2 vols.), 1891;
American Notes on the Conflict of Laws, 1S96; History
and Digest of International Arbitrations (6 vols),
1898; A Digest of International Law (8 vols.), 1906;
Papers of President Buchanan (12 vols.) 1908; Four
Phases of American Development: Federalism, Democ-
racy, Imperialism, Expansion. One of editors of Politi-
cal Science Quarterly and of Journal du Droit Inter-
national Prive. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs:
Century (N. Y. City), Cosmos (Washington). Address:
267 W. 73d St.. N. Y. City.


Real estate, broker; b. Red Hook, N. Y.. Sept. 20.
1864; s. John Wells and Frances Harriet (Weber)
Moore; ed. St. Stephen's Coll., Annadale, N. Y; Rensse-
laer Poly. Inst., Troy, N. Y.; m. April 18, 1S02, Anna
Zerega; children: Anna Constable, Theodore Clement,
Eleanor Von Britton. Mem. real estate firm of Moore
& Wyckoff; pres. and dir. Composite Coal Co.; was for
several years mem. Naval Reserve of N. Y. State and
Naval Reserve Ass'n. Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem.
Delta Phi fraternity, St. Nicholas Soc. Clubs: City,
Watchung Hunt, Plainfield Country. Residence: Plain-
field, N. J. Address: 546 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Conservation comm'r, consulting eng'r; b. Spring-
field, Mass., 1874; grad. public high sch.. Manual
Training Sch., Mass. Inst, of Technology, 1805; post-
grad, study. Connected with Westinghouse Electric
& Mf'g Co. and other large concerns several years;
studied water storage and hydraulic eng'ring prob-
lems in Me., 2 years; engaged in consulting eng'ring
since 1904; served as expert for Dist. Att'y Whitman,
in investigating the Asch Bld'g fire, until apptm't as
Conservation Comm'r bv Gov. Dix, 1912. (Democrat.
Address: 30 Church St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. N. Y. City. June 6, 1S59; s. Alexander
Thompson and Fidelia Wellman (Leverett) Moore;
grad. Princeton Univ., A.B., 1881; A.M., 1S84; Ph.D.,
Johns Hopkins Univ., 1891; m. Baltimore, Md., Dec. 23.
1891, Nancy Clark Williams; children: Nancy Camp-
bell, b. May 13. 1893; Fidelia Leverett, b. Aug. 7, 1901.
Latin tutor, Princeton, 1S82-1885: instr. in Latin,
Johns Hopkins Univ., 1886, 1888-1889; fellow in Latin,
1SS7-18S8; asso. prof, of Latin, Vassar Coll., 1S01-1893;
prof, of Latin since 1893. Presby'n. Mem. Phi Beta
Kappa Soc. Am. Philol. Ass'n, Archseol. Inst, of Amer-
ica, Classical Ass'n of Atlantic States, Jury on
Classical Fellowships, Am. Acad, in Rome. Clubs:
University, Princeton, Dutchess Golf and Country.
Residence: 117 Academy St. Address: Vassar Coll.,
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.


Jurist; b. Albany, N. Y., Dec. 24, 1859; s. Levi and
Georgiana A. (Todd) Moore; ed. Albany public schs.;
grad. Albany Acad., 1878; m. Cherry Valley, N. Y.,
April 16, 18S5 Annie Louise Bates; one son, Leonard
B., b. Aug. 17, 1S86. Republican. Elected Nov.. 1906,
county judge of Montgomery County, N. Y., for term
expiring Dec. 31, 1912: re-elected Nov.. 1912. for term
expiring Dec 31, 1918. Trustee Reformed Church of
Fort Plain, N. Y. Dir. Fort Plain Gas and Electric
Light Co. Club: Fort Plain (ex-pres.), Address:
Fort Plain, N. Y.


Physician; b. Camp Hill, Pa., Jan. 6. 1877; s Joseph
Addison and Elizabeth (Kline) Moore; ed. Phillips
Acad., Andover, Mass.; Yale Univ.. A.B., 1900; Univ. of
Pa., M.D., 1905; m. Dover, England. July 19, 1900,
Crucita Marie Franco; children; Crucita Leslie, b.
1901; John Phillips, b. 1903; Me(cedes, b. 1910. Re-
publican. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State and
Kings County Med. societies. Brooklyn Hosp. Alumni
Ass'n, Mil. Order Loval Legion, F. and A. M. Address:
175 6th Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Chicago Nov.. 1885; s. William H. and
Ada W. (Small) Moore: grad. Yale, A.B., N. Y. Law
Soh. LL.B.; m. Cleveland. O.. Oct. 1909, Fanny W.
Hanna; children: Fanny, b. 1910; Pauline Hanna, b.



1912. Dir. (Lehigh Valley 'Coal Sales Co.. The Rock
Island Co. Clubs: Racquet and Tennis, Metropolitan,
Recess, Yale, Morristown, Morris County Golf, Nat.
Golf Links, Myopia Hunt. Residence: Morrlstown,
N. J. Address: 14 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Cincinnati, O., June 12, 1S59; s. Robert
and Anna (Moft'ett) Moore; ed. N. Y. public and private
schs.; m. Brooklyn. N. Y., Nov. 1G, 1SS1, Emma S.
Thompson; children: Robert, William S., Anna. Emma
L. Pres. New Amsterdam Nat. Bank, New Amsterdam
Safe Deposit Co., 6 years; now pres. Commercial
Trust Co., N. Y.; Commercial Safe Deposit Co.; also
dir. in various other banks. Chamberlain City of
New York from May, 1911-Jan., 1914. Democrat;
Presby'n. Clubs: N. Y. Riding. New York. Residence:
125 Riverside Drive. Address: 1451 Broadway, N. Y.

Educator; b. Delphi, Ind Dec. 14, 1S62; s. Cameron
and Mary Jane (Webber) Moore; grad. Univ. of Mich.,
Ph.B., 18S7; graduate student Strassburg, Paris and
Berlin, 18S9-1890; Berlin, 1902-1903; m. Ann Arbor,
Mich., Dec. 27, 1SS7, Alice B. Wheeler; children: Robert
Webber, Jr., b. 1891; Albert Wheeler, b. 1896. Prof.
German Colgate Univ. since 1S90. Official lecturer
on Oriental cruise of Hamburg-American Line, 1902.
Author: History of German Literature i9th Edition),
1914; Weimar, the Athens of Germany. Public lec-
turer on Germany and German literature. Republican;
Baptist. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Modern Lan-
guage Ass'n of America. Examiner in German, In-
ternal Y.M.C.A. Com. Ad-dress: Hamilton, N. Y.


Artist and collector of objects of aTt; b. Greenfield,
Mass, March 0, 1849; s. Don L. B. and Sarah C. (Gay)
Moore; common sch. ed'n; m. Germantown, Pa.. June
22 18S1, Mary W. Stevens. Removed to Chicago in
1853; began collecting Oriental art in 1857. Went
abroad to study art in 1SC2, and nearly every year
since that date has made a visit. Owner and pub-
lisher of The Am. Churchman in Chicago before the
great fire; removed to N. Y. and established the Am.
Art Gallery for Am. work exclusively; conducted the
prize Christmas card and wall paper exh'ns at 6 E.
23d St., which resulted in quite an important advance
in the art industry of this country. As surveyor,
engr and arohitect was active in building up the
new West. Designed the first How Truss Bridge west
of Chicago. Occasional contb'r to periodicals; redis-
covered the secret of ancient Oriental symbolism and
identified its mysteries -with Zodiacal phenomena.
Academician and original incorporator, also dir. for
several years of the Chicago Acad, of Design (now
Chicago Art Inst); patron in perpetuity of the Met-
ropolitan Museum of Art in N. Y. Club: Lotos (hon-
orary life mem.). Residence: 38 W. SSth St. Ad-
dress: 542 Fifth At., N. Y. City.

Chemist; b. Brooklyn, N. T., Dec. 21, 1S61; s. Alex-
ander T. and Fidelia (Leverett) Moore; grad. Prince-
ton Univ., A.B., 18S3; M.Sc, 1SS5; A.M., 1880; m. Dux-
bury, Mass., June 23. 190S, Anna B. Wright (Taylor).
Ass't to prof, quantitative analysis, Columbia Coll.;
chemist N. Y. State Dairy Comm'n, 1S85-188S; examiner
of chemicals and chemist in charge of laboratory of
U. S. Appraiser of Customs, 1888-1910; Mem. B'd of
Civil Service Examiners, N. Y. Customs, 1891-1907; has
made specialty of chemistry as applied in tariff admin-
istration; mg'r U.S. Conditioning & Testing Co., March,
1909-Oct., 1912; mem. Municipal Explosives Comm'n,
N. Y. City, 1912. Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Am. Chem.
Soc.; chm'n N. Y. Section Soc. of Chem. Industry,
1905-190G; v.-p. Soc. Chem. Industry, 1909-1912.
Recreations: Walking, book and print collecting.
Clubs: University, Princeton, Chemists, Larchmont
Yacht Algonquin (Boston). Address: 121 Madison
Av., N. Y. City.


Publisher; b. Cutchogue, Suffolk Co., N. Y., April 26,
1854; s. Joseph Hull and Sarah A. (Case) Moore; ed.
public and private schs., Southold Acad.; m. Brooklyn,
N. Y., April 26, 1879, Myra Drake; children: Arthur
Standish, b. 1880; Eliot Drake, b. 1882; Dorothy, b.
1891; Douglas Stuart, b. 1893. Started his business
career in a country printing office and completed his
trade in a N. Y. City office; in 1875 in ass'n with F. M.
Lupton, established The Cricket on the Hearth, which
after a publication of 14 years, was merged into The
Ladies' World, which has had an unusually successful
career, and has long been recognized as one of lead-
ing magazines in household class; v.-p. The W. F.
Powers Co.; treas. and mn'g dir. The Kimogenor Point

Co. Republican. Recreations: European and Ameri-
can travel, autorhobiling, yachting. Clubs: Crescent,
Athletic (life mem.), N. v. Press, I-., l. Auto, North
Fork Country. Residence: 4". Mel'onough St., Brook-
lyn N. Y.; Cutchogue, L. I. Address: 251 Fourth Av.,

N. v. city.


Lawyer, promoter; >b. Utica. N. Y., Oct. 25, 1848;
s. Nathaniel F. and Rachel A. (Beckwith) Moore; ed.
in acads. and Amherst Coll.; an. 1879, Ada Small. Ad-
mitted to bar in Wis., 1872; went to Chicago, where
became prominent as corp'n lawyer. With brother,
James H. Moore, of Chicago, promoted several corp'ns,
now included in U. S. Steel Corp'n; also Diamond
Match Co., Nat. Biscuit Co., Am. Tin Plate Co., Am.
Can Co. and numerous others. Dir. U. R. Steel Corp'n;
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R'y Co.. and affiliated
cos., Delaware, Lackawanna & Western R. R. Co.;
Lehigh Valley R. R. Co.; Am. Can Co., First Nat.
Bank, N. Y. Continental Fire Ins. Co., Western Union
Telegraph Co., Nat. Biscuit Co., and many others.
One of the largest exhibitors at Nat. Horse Show in
America and Eng. (dir. Nat. Horse Shoe Ass'n). Resi-
dence; 4 E. 54th St. Address: 14 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Artist; b. Montevideo, Uruguay, July 27, 1874; s.
Domingo and Laura (Gaillard) Mora; ed. public schs.
of N. Y. City and Boston; Museum of Fine Arts Sch..
Boston; Art Students' League. N. Y. City and abroad;
took Sears prize for drawing and composition at
Boston, and Rothschild prize at Art Students' League;
m. Perth Amfboy, N. J., Sept. 12, 1900, Sophia Brown
Compton. Devoted much time in early professional
career to illustrating for magazines and teaching in
N. Y. Sch. of Art; did important work for Lynn
(Mass.) Public Library and for Mo. State Bld'g, La.
Purchase Exp'n; has been represented in leading
art exp'ns; won gold medal for painting, Philadelphia
Art Club, 1901; two bronze medals for decoration
and painting, La. Purchase Exp'n, 1904; first Hall-
garten prize for painting, Nat. Acad. Design, 1905;
Evans prize, 1908; Shaw purchase prize, 1910; silver
medal, Internat. Exp'n, Buenos Ayres, 1910; also rep-
resented in permanent collections of Boston Art Club,
Nat. Acad, of Design, Lotos Club. Columbia Coll.,
Salmagundi Club, N. Y. City; Highland Club, Summit,
N. J.; Fine Art Ass'n, Lafayette, Ind.; Piedmont Gal-
lery, Oakland, Calif.; Art Ass'n, Muncie, Ind.; State
Gallery, Dallas, Texas, and Exeter Acad., N. H.
Academician Nat. Acad, of Design. Mem. Water Color
Soc, Architectural League, Municipal Art Soc. of
Illustrators. Clubs: Lotos, Salmagundi, Water Color,
Nat. Arts. Address: 142 E. 18th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Waterloo. N. Y.. April 15, 1869; s. Will-
iam and Mary (Cullom) Moran; ed. St. Patrick's Pa-
rochial Sch., Seneca Falls; Cornell Univ., LL.B., 1892;
m. 1S96, Theodosia Park; children: Theodosia, b. 1899;
Theodore, i>. 1902; Virginia, b. 1904. Admitted to N. Y.
bar, 1892; Utah bar, 1893; to U. S. courts, 1900; justice
of the peace, Seneca Falls, N. Y., 1896-1897; police
judge, 1S97-189S; dist. att'y Seneca County, 1899-1901;
mem. State Assembly, 1902-1903; postmaster, Seneca
Falls, N. Y., since 1905. Republican. Address: Seneca
Falls. N. Y.


Artist; b. Philadelphia, Pa., July 29, 1862; s. Edward
and Elizabeth (.vicManes) Moran; first art studies were
under his father and uncle, S. J. Ferris; later attended
classes at Nat. Acad. Design, N. Y. City, and in Lon-
don and Paris; m. El Paso, Tex., Dec. 16, 1891, Vir-
ginia Bremond Crosby. Awarded the first Hallgarten
prize of Nat. Acad. Design, 1886, and first gold medal
of Am. Art Ass'n, 1888, as well as awards at other
important exhibitions. Work, which is signed "Percy
Moran," includes figures of modern women and pic-
tures of colonial life. Address: 105 E. 78th St., N. Y.


Artist; b. Bolton, Lancashire, England, Jan. 12, 1837;
s. Thomas and Mary Moran; came with parents to
U. S. at age of 7; ed. in public schools of Philadelphia;
m. April, 1862, Mary Nimmo. Served apprenticeship to
a wood engraver, afterward took up study of art, be-
ing much influenced by pictures and criticism of James
Hamilton and Paul Weber, of Philadelphia. Went to
England, 1861, making study of work of J. M. W.
Turner, and later galleries of Europe; began profes-
sional career as landscape painter, later illustrator,
obtaining distinction in both departments. Went with
U. S. exploring expd'n to Yellowstone region, 1871, and
in 1873 again went to Far West, painting large can-
vases the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and Chasm



of Colorado, which were purchased by Congress and
are now in the U. S. Capitol. Has painted many land-
scapes and is represented in the most important pub-
lic and private collections. Academician Nat. Acad.
Design since 1884. Residence: Easthampton, L. I.


Lawyer; b. Baltimore, Md April 3, 1859; s. Dr. L.
F. and E. M. Morawetz; ed. Baltimore private echs.;
attended schs. in Germany and France; grad. Harvard
Univ., LL.B., 1879; hon. A.M., Columbia Univ. Dir.
Norfolk & Western R'y Co., Nat. Bank of Commerce
of N. Y., etc. Clubs: Metropolitan, Union, University,
Century, Riding, Lawyers, Automobile Down Town
Ass'n, Midday, Harvard. Address: 44 Wall St., N. Y.

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