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For a number of years identified with the care of the
criminal insane in N. Y. State at the Matteawan and
Dannemora State Hospitals; now med. sup't of Danne-
mora State Hosp. for Insane Convicts. Traveled in
West Indies and Europe. Mem. Am. Medico-Psychol.
Ass'n, Med. Soc. State of N. Y., Am. Prison Ass'n,
Northern N. Y. Med. Soc, Omega Upsilon Phi (med.
fraternity), Am. Forestry Ass'n, Am. Civic Ass'n.
Recreations: Hunting, . shing. boating, photography,
music. Address: Dannemora State Hosp., Dannemora,
N. Y.




Clergyman; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 3, 1850; s. ChaTles
Carter and Elizabeth (Mason) North; ed. N. Y. private
sens, and "Wesleyan Univ. (class of 1872), A. B. (Phi
Beta Kappa), 1S72, A. M., 1894, D. D.; m. 1st Fannie L.
Stewart of Philadelphia, Pa. (died 1878); 2d, Wellesley,
Mass., 1SS5, Louise J. McCoy; children: Adolphus S.,
to. Aug. 19, 1875 (died 1913), Eric M., b. June 22, 1888.
Since 1912 corr. sec. B'd of Foreign Missions, M. E.
Ch. Mem. N. Y. Conf. M. E. Ch., 1873-1887, and N. Y.
East Conf., since 1887. Pastor at Florida, N. Y., 1873,
Amenia, N. Y., 1874-1876, Cold Spring, 1877-1878, Ch.
of the Saviour. N. Y. City, 1S79-1S81, White Plains,
N. Y., 1882-1883, Calvary Ch., N. Y. City, 1884-1887,
Middletown, Conn., 1887-1892. Corr. sec. of N. Y. City
Ch. Extension and Missionary Soc. of M. E. Ch., 1892-
1912. Editor of The Christian City, 1892-1912; corr.
see. Nat. City Evangelization Union, 1894-1912; mg'r in
B'ds of Foreign and Home Missions of M. E. Ch. ; del-
egate to Ecumenical Methodist Conf. in London, 1901,
Toronto, 1911; Gen. Conf., 1908, 1912. Vice-chm'n Exec.
Com. and chm'n of secretaries of the Inter-Church
Conf. on Federation, 1905; mem. Exec. Com. Nat. Fed-
eration of Churches and Christian Workers. Chm'n
Comm'n on Social Service- of the Federal Council of
Churches of Christ in America, 1908-1912; chm'n Exec.
Com. of Federal Council of Churches of Christ in
America, 1912. Has traveled four times in Europe.
Republican. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa of N. Y., Sigma Chi.
Trustee Wesleyan Univ., Drew Theol. Sem.; mem. Ad-
visory B'd Home for the Friendless, and of St. Chris-
topher's Home; dir. Christodora House, Evangelistic
Com. of N. Y. City; dir. Am. Bible Soc, N. Y. Federation
of Churches and Christian Org'ns. Clubs: Quill, Aldine.
Address: 150 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Teacher; b. Edmeston. N. Y., July 12, 1872; s. William
Henry and Emeline Amelia (Sutherland) Northup;
ed. Hartwick Sem.; Pres. White Scholar, Cornell Univ.,
A.B., 1S93; grad. student Cornell Univ., 1893-1S94, 1895-
1898, Ph.D 1898; research, London and Munich, 1910-
1911; m. Gouverneur, N. Y., July 12, 1898, Carrie Louise
Myers; children: Olive Emelyn. b. Feb. 15. 1900, Helen
Frances, b. Oct. 18, 1901, Nicholas Carr, b. May 30, 1907.
Teacher English and Greek, Cascadilla Sen., Ithaca,
N. Y., 1893-1S95; ass't prof, of English, Cornell Univ.,
since 1903. Reader in English, Coll. Entrance Exam.
B'd, 1902-1910, and since 1912. Author: (with T. Stan-
ton and others). A Manual of American Literature;
(with Miss A. Blount), Progressive Studies in English.
Editor: The Essays of Francis Bacon; Essays and
Criticisms by T. Gray. Co-op. editor The Journal of
English and Germanic Philology. Has contributed re-
views and articles on language and literature to The
Nation, Modern Language Notes, Dialect Notes, Eng-
lische Studien. The Dial, and other periodicals. Mem.
Modern Language Ass'n of America, Am. Dialect Soc,
Bibliog. Soc. of America, Zodiac Soc, Quill and Dagger
Soc, Phi Beta Kappa Soc (senator, 1910-1916); trustee
First Unitarian Ch., Ithaca, N. Y. Clubs: Cosmopolitan,
Town and Gown. Address: 407 Elmwood Av., Ithaca,
N. Y.


Physician; b. in Madison Co., N. Y.; grad. Hamilton
Coll. (Clinton, N. Y.), A. B., 1872; Coll. Phys. and Surg.,
N. Y., M. D., 1878; m. Ithaca, N. Y., 1886, Antoinette
Stebbins. Prof. Children's Diseases. The Univ. and
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll.; visiting physician Presby-
terian Hosp., N. Y. Foundling Hosp.; consulting physi-
cian, hospitals of Health Dep't, N. Y. Club: Century.
Address: 57 E. 79th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Homer, Cortland Co., N. Y., Feb. 22, 1860;
s. William H. and Adaline (Smith) Norton; grad. Cor-
nell Univ., A.B. 1886; N. Y. Univ., LL.B., 1892. LL.M.,
1895; m. Freehold, N. Y., 1893, May Lacy; children:
Curtis Lacy, Algernon S., Jr. Teacher Yonkers High
Sch. and Adelphi Acad., 1887-1892; lecturer, N. Y. Univ.
Law Sch., 1894-1899. Admitted to bar, 1892, engaged
in practice since 1894. Partner Norton & Gregory; dir.
Suffern Nat. Bank. Mem. Psi Upsilon, Phi Beta Kappa,
Phi Delta Phi. Recreations: Hunting, fishing, golf.
Clubs: Cornell, Hardware. Address: 256 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Physician, oculist; b. New Marlborough, Mass., Sept.
15, 1856; s. Salmon K. and Sara Jane (Brigham) Nor-
ton; ed. New Marlborough Acad., Great Barrington
High Sch., N. Y. Homce. Med. Coll. and Hosp., M.D.,
1881; Coll. N. Y. Ophthalmic Hosp., O. et A. Chir., 1882;
m. N. Y. City, Nov. 25, 1885, Leah Louise Pixley. En-
gaged in practice as oculist in N. Y. City since 1882;
prof, ophthalmology N. Y. Homce. Med. Coll. and Hosp.,

and in Coll. N. Y. Ophthalmic Hosp.; oculist to Hahne-
mann, Flower and Laura Franklin Free Hosps. ; sur-
geon N. Y. Ophthalmic Hosp. Mem. and ex-pres. N. Y.
County Homce. Med. Soc, N. Y. State Homce. Med. Soc,
Am. Inst. Homoeopathy, Am. Homce., Ophthal., Laryn-
gol. and Otol. Soc, and Nat. Soc. Electro-Therapeutics.
Hon. mem. Conn. Homce. Med. Soc; cor. mem. British
Homce. Med. Soc. Author: Ophthalmic Diseases and
Therapeutics, 1902; Essentials of Diseases of the Eye;
also numerous contb'ns to Homoeopathic med. Jour-
nals. Address: 30 E. 55th St.. N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Oshkosh, Wis., 1871; s. Rev. Franklin B.
and Harriet (Dyer) Norton; grad. Amherst Coll., A.B.,
1893; m. Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., Oct. 23, 1^97, Katherine
McK. Garrison. Employed by Scribner's Magazine,
N. Y., 1S93; with Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
Chicago, 1895-1909; ass't sec. of the Treasury, 1909-
1910; sec. to Pres. (Taft) 1910-1911; v.-p. First Nat.
Bank of N. Y., 1911. Dir. First Nat. Bank, First Secur-
ity Co., Bankers' Trust Co., Baldwin Locomotive Works,
Equitable Life Ins. Co. Trustee Am. Red Cross, Char-
ity Org'n Soc, Am. Acad, in Rome. Mem. Chicago Plan
Comm'n. Republican. Clubs: Chicago, University, On-
wentsia (Chicago); Chevy Chase, Cosmos, Metropolitan,
(Washington); Tuxedo, Century, Metropolitan, Union
League, (N. Y.). Address: 2 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Inventor and manufacturer; b. Rockton. Winnebago
Co., 111., Mar. 27, 1845; s. Oliver W. and Henrietta A.
Norton; ed. in pub. schs.; m. Chicago, 111., Oct. 9, 1876,
Lucy E. Akin. Engaged in manufacture of cans, and
for many years v.-p. of Norton Brothers, can mf'rs, of
Chicago; first pres. of Am. Can Co. Inventor of mills
and machinery for sheet metal working; automatic
furnaces and rolling mills for making thin steel sheets
and tin plates; machines for making hermetically
. sealed tin cans automatically; machines and processes
for the preservation of food products in vacuum, and
many others. Republican. Clubs: Union League (Chi-
cago). Address: 25 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Cambridge. Mass., July 1, 1863; s. Charles
Eliot and Susan Ridley (Sedgwick) Norton; ed. private
schools, public schools; grad. Harvard Univ., B. A.,
1885, A.M., 1888, Harvard Law Sch., LL.B., 1888; m.
Oyster Bay, L. I., Sept., 1891 Margaret Palmer Meyer;
one son Charles Eliot, b. May 26, 1902. Admitted to
bar, 1889; engaged in practice in N. Y. City. Indepen-
dent in politics. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.; cava-
lier, Order of S. S. Maurizio and Lazzare. Clubs: Uni-
versity, Grolier, Lawyers. Residence: 690 Park Av.
Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y.' City.


Broker; b. New Brighton, S. I., Oct. 30, 1872; s. Ex
and Lucy (Moore) Norton; ed. Cheshire Episcopal
Acad., St. Austin's Sch., Harvard Univ.; m. Louisville,
Ky Feb. 21, 1905, Jane W. Helm; 3 daughters. Mem.
N. Y. Stock Exchange, firm Ex Norton & Co., 1901-
1909; Walker Bros, since 1909. Served in Spanish-Am.
War as 1st lieut.; 1st Ky. Vol. Inf. Democrat; Episco-
palian. Mem. Sons of Revolution, N. Y. Chamber of
Commerce. Clubs: Harvard, Richmond County Coun-
try (Staten Island), Pendennis and Tavern (Louisville,
Ky.). Residence: Morristown, N. J. Address: 71
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. Davenport. la., April 4, 1867; a. Ambrose
L. and Katherine (Tolles) Norton; ed. Attica (N. Y.)
High School; m. Attica, N. Y., Sept. 8, 1892, Ellen C.
Wright; children: Katherine, b. 1895, Margaret, b.
1900. Admitted to bar at Buffalo, N. Y., 1890; immedi-
ately formed partnership with. Russell J. Stone, at At-
tica, N. Y., and continued practice of law there until
Jan., 1899, when partnership was dissolved; moved
to Warsaw, N. Y. Elected. 1898, and reelected, 1904
and 1910, county judge and surrogate of Wyoming Co.,
N. Y., in which office is now serving. Republican.
Address: Warsaw,' Wyoming Co., N. Y.


Bond and bank stock broker; b. Springfield, Pa., Dec.
12, 1861; s. Oliver W. and Sarah (Sweezey) Norton;
m. 1st, 1889, Grace H. Bulckens; m. 2d, N. Y. City,
1902, Louise A. Bulckens. Mf'r of cans (Norton Bros.,
Chicago), 1883-1901; auditor Am. Can Co., N. Y., 1901;
present business established 1902. Pres. N. E. Soc of
Orange, 1911-1912. Chm'n of Finance Com., South
Orange B'd of Trustees, 1912-1913. Clubs: Chicago
Athletic Ass'n. Essex County Country. Residence:
South Orange, X. J. Address: 25 Broad St., N. Y. City.




Chemist, Univ. prof., consul; b. Rushford, N. Y., June
30, 1851; s. Rev. Robert and Julia (Horsford) Norton;
grad. Hamilton Coll.. A.B., 1873 (valedictorian); Ph.D.,
A.M., Univ. of Heidelberg, 1875; hon. Sc. D., Hamilton
Coll., 1896; m. Lockport, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1883, Edith
Eliza Ames, writer; one s. Robert Ames, b. Feb. 13,
1896. Has traveled on foot 12,000 miles in Asia and
Europe, including Greece and Syria, 1875, and exten-
sive travel on horseback through Turkey and Persia,
1900-1905. Mg'r chemical works, Paris, France, 1878-
1883; prof, chemistry, Univ. of Cincinnati, 1883-1900.
Author: Report on the chemical exhibits of the Paris
Universal Exposition, 1878; Utilization of Atmospheric
Nitrogen, 1912; Chemical Industries of Belgium, Hol-
land, Norway and Sweden, 1913; and many articles and
reports on chemical researches aind commercial condi-
tions in Turkey and Germany, Am. consul, Harput,
Turkey, 1900-1905 (founder of consulate); Smyrna,
Turkey, 1905-1906; Chemnitz, Saxony, since 1906. De-
tailed 1904 to investigate conditions in Armenia. De-
tailed on mission to Persia, 1904-1905; appt'd under
Dep't of Commerce to investigate chemical industries
of Europe, 1911-1912. Republican; Presby'n. Mem.
Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity,
Soc. of Colonial Wars, Soc. War of 1812; S. A. R Sons
of Revolution, A. A. A. S. (sec, librarian and v.-p.),
fellow Chem. Soc. of London; mem. Soc. of Chem. In-
dustry, Deutsche Chemische Gesellschaft; Soc. Chi-
mique de Paris, Neuphilolog. Verein, Chemnitz; trustee
Miami Med. Coll., Presby'n Hosp., and Dane Theol.
Sem., Cincinnati, O., 1894-1900; senior warden, Am. Ch.
of St, John, Dresden, Saxony. Recreations: Chess, bi-
cycling, walking, horseback riding. Address: Am.
Consulate, Chemnitz, Saxony.


Artist (marine subjects); b. Boston, Mass., June 28,
1843; s. Daniel and Mary (Carr) Norton; m. New
Brunswick, 1868, Sarah D. Ryan (died 1904); chil-
dren: Gertrude Maud, Florence Edith. Apprenticed,to
a house, sign and decorative painter; afterward went
to sea as a sailor; at age of 22 began career as an
artist in Boston; made two more voyages as a sailor;
went to Europe for study, 1877; returned 1902; began
art study at Lowell Inst., and with George Inness, Bos-
ton; studied in Paris, under Jacquesson de la Chev-
reuse and A. Vollon, and at Ecole des Beaux Arts.
Awarded three gold medals in America; hon. mention,
Paris Salon, 1895; Osborne prize, 1905; and again in
1906, N. Y. Clubs: Salmagundi (N. Y. City), Boston
Art (Boston). Address: 1931 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Consulting eng'r, city surveyor; b. Brooklyn, N. Y.,
June 15, 1856; s. John L. and Ellen (De Bevoise)
Nostrand; grad. Brooklyn Poly. Inst., B.S., 1875; m.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1881, Ella Frances Arcu-
larius; children: Elizabeth, b. June, 1885, Elbert Arcu-
larius, b. April, 1893. As ass't engineer, in part, de-
signed and supervised construction of first elevated
railroad in Brooklyn; supervising eng'r of work done
in 1880, and commenced contruction of Cape Cod Ship
Canal, Mass.; made extensive examinations of mining
properties in Mexico for foreign capital; chief eng'r of
contractors, J. T. and T. E. Crimmins, during construc-
tion of Broadway and Third Av. cable railroads in N.
Y. City; since 1890, chief eng'r Ramapo Water Co. As
consulting eng'r arnd city surveyor has advised re-
garding the foundations and proper form of construc-
tion, or has located many of the largest buildings in
N. Y. City, among which are the Columbia Coll. build-
ings and the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Trus-
tee Bushwick Savings Bank, Brooklyn. Mem. Am. Soc.
Civil Eng'rs. Residence: West Neck Park, Shelter
Island, N. Y.


Jurist, lawyer; b. Williamstown, Mass., Oct. 10, 1869;
s. Charles C. (judge and chief justice U. S. Court of
Claims, Washington, 40 years), and Alice (Hopkins)
Nott; g.-g.-s. Bliphalet Nott, pres. Union Coll., Sche-
nectady, many years; g.-s. on maternal side, Mark
Hopkins, 'res. Williams- Coll , many years; grad. Will-
iams Col! . 1S90, Hal rd Law Sch.; m. N. Y. City, Nov.
10, 1896, Julia Htldt; children: Francis J., b. 1900,
Joel Benedict, b. 1905, Lawrence Hopkins, b. 1906. Ad-
mitted to bar: with la " Butler, Stillman &
Hubbard, ep: :$92-Oc> B! I'ith i n of Merrill &
Rogers, Oct., 1895-Maj, 1901; deputy ass't dist.
att'y, 1902, and ass't att'y i ; l hief of staff,
reappt'd 1910; elected judge en. Sessions,
Nov. 4, 1913. Served 5 years in N. Y. Naval Mil., being
honorably discharged Dec., 1897. Republican. Mem.
Ass'n Bar County of N. Y. Clubs Unfl 'sity, Repub.
lican. Address: 47 E. 60th S <.'it>


Lawyer; ed. in Syracuse Univ., A.M., Ph.D., LLD.
Engaged in practise of law in Syracuse as mem. law
firm Nottingham & Nottingham; v.-p. Syracuse Trust
Co. Pres. N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, 1912. Mem. B'd
Regents Univ. of State of N. Y., 1902-0.913. Residence:
701 Walnut Av. Address: Onondaga County Savings
Bank Bld'g, Syracuse, N. Y.


Editor; b. Syracuse, N. Y., March 25, 1873; s. James
and Sarah Matilda (Wright) Noxon; attended Syracuse
High Sch., Syracuse Univ., 1890-1892, Ph.B., 1911; Har-
vard Univ., 1893-1894; m. Boston, Mass., June 18, 1895,
Georgia Elizabeth Mitchell; children: Mitchell, b. 1896;
Audrey, b. 1900. Reporter for Syracuse Herald, 1892-
1893; dramatic critic Boston Record, 1893-1900; mn'g
editor Boston Republic, 1902-1903; Boston Traveler,
1903-1905; sec. to Henry M. Whitney, 1905; editorial
writer Boston Herald, 1906-1907; course lecturer on
mercantile opportunities Boston Public High Sch. of
Commerce, H907-19O8; sec. Railway Business Ass'n,
since 1908. Mem. Delta Upsilon fraternity, Soc. of
Onondagas, N. Y. Clubs: City (Boston), University
(Boston), Economic (N. Y.). Address: 30 Church St.,
N. Y. City.


Journalist; b. Montclair, N. J., Dec. 14, 1862; s.
Charles Dennison and Carrie Crane Noyes; ed. Nor-
Coll., M.A., commencement orator, Phi Beta Kappa,
1883; unmarried. Oin staff of N. Y. Tribune, 1883-1884;
N. Y. Commercial-Advertiser, 1884-1891; financial editor
N. Y. Evening Post since 1891. Author: Forty Years of
American Finance, 1909; Evening Post's Free Coinage
Catechism, 1896, and of articles on polit. and econom.
topics in Atlantic Monthly, Nation, Quarterly Journal
of Economics, London Bankers' Magazine and Man-
chester Guardian. Independent Dem. nominee for
Congress, N. J., 1896. Trustee Evening Post Publish-
ing Co. Independent Democrat. Mem. Am. Econ.
Ass'n, Acad, of Polit. Science, Amherst Alumni Ass'n.
Clubs: Century, Railroad, Delta Upsilon. Address: 2
W. 94th St., N. Y. City.


Real estate; b. Norwich Conn., July 19, 1878; s.
Charles Dennison and Carrie Crane Noyes; ed. Nor-
wich Acad. (Norwich, Conn.); m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept.
16, 1903 Eleanora Seward Halstead; one d.: Lorna
Halstead, b. Aug. 5, 1904. Pres., treas. and mgr.
Charles F. Noyes Co.; dir. Norwich Morning (Daily)
Bulletin; treas. 412 Broadway Co.; dir. Market &
Fulton Nat. Bank. Mem. Montauk Dodge of Masons;
Real Estate B'd of Brokers. Clubs: Masonic, N. Y.
Athletic, Drug and Chemical, Underwriters (N. Y.),
Crescent Athletic (Brooklyn). Address: 92 William
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1858; s. Charles
Horace and Jane Radoliffe (Dana) Noyes; ed. Mont-
clair High Sch.; grad. Amherst Coll., 1880; Columbia
Coll. Law Sch., 1882 (cum laude). A.B., LL.B.; m.
Montclair, N. J., April 14, 1892, Ella E. Shafer; one
son: Radcliffe Dana, b. 1895. Admitted to bar, 1882;
engaged In practice in N. Y. City since 1882, chiefly
in real estate lines and real estate litigations; counsel
in number of important suits involving titles to land
on Rockaway Beach in Queens County; also impor-
tant litigations in N. Y. City involving old roads and
questions of title arising from closing of same, and
some important R. R. suits.. Republican. Mem. First
Congregational Ch. of Montclair. Mem. Law Inst.,
Delta Upsilon fraternity (Amherst Coll.), Phi Beta
Kappa Soc. (Amherst). Recreations: Golf, automobil-
ing. Clubs: Congregational, Round Table. Residence:
Glen Road, Montclair, N. J. Address: 198 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Journalist; b. Washington, D. C, July 7, 1863; s.
Crosby S. and Elizabeth S. (Williams) Noyes; grad.
High Sch.: Prep. Dep't Cincinnati Univ.; m. Washing-
ton, D. C, Sept. 17, 1888, Janet T. Newbold. Entered
office Washington Star (of which father was editor-
in-chief), 1881; continued as mg'r until 1901; editor-
in-chief Chicago Record-Herald, 1902-1909; pres. Eve-
ning Star Newspaper Publishing Co., since 1910. Pres.
Associated Press since 1900, with headquarters in N.
Y. City; also mem. Exec. Com., since 1S94. Clubs:
Chicago, Chevy Chase (Wash. D. C). Address: Eve-
ning Star, Washington, D. C.


Lawyer; b. Orange, N, J., Feb. 7, 1874; s. Charles H.
and Jane Radcliffe (Dana) Noyes; ed. Lawrenceville



(N. T.) Acad.; grad. Amherst Coll., 1895, N. T. Law
Sch., 1902; at Berlin, Germany, 18U5-1S97 studied lan-
guages, attended lectures in Univ. and studied violin
at Conservatory; m. N. Y. City, Dec. 7, 1900, Charlotte
Overbury. -Devoted to Journalistic work, 1897-1900,
serving on staff of Evening Sun, Commercial Adver-
tiser and Evening Post; studied law, 1900-1902; ad-
mitted to bar N. T. State and U. S. in 1902; and to
bar of N. J., 1912. Has since practised law in N. Y.
City. Served through Spanish-Am. War, in Porto Rico
campaign, as mem. Troop C, N. Y. Cav. ; treas. and dlr.
Queens County Kealty Co. Independent Democrat.
Mem. Soc. of Literary Knowledge. Clubs: City, Delta
Upsilon. Residence: 4 Westover Road, Montclair, N.
J. Address: 198 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer, ex-jurist; b. Lyme, Conn., Aug. 8, 1865; s.
Richard and Catherine (Chadwick) Noyes; ed. Cor-
nell Univ.; m. New London. Conn., Oct. 22, 1895, Luella
S. Armstrong; children: Marian A., Catherine C, Ruth
B. Admitted to bar, 18S6, and engaged in practise;
appt'd judge Court of Common Pleas for New London
County, serving 12 years; appt'd by Pres. Roosevelt
Judge of U. S. Circuit Court, 1907; resigned 1913, to
engage in practise, making a specialty of railroad and
corp'n law. U. S. Delegate to Diplomatic Conf. on
Maritime Law, Brussels, 1909, 1910. Author: Inter-
corporate Relations, American Railroad Rates. Clubs:
Metropolitan, Lawyers. Residences: Lyme, Conn., and
31 E. 63d St. Address: 32 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Madura. S. India, Mar. 5, 1862; s. Joseph C.
and Elizabeth A. (Smith) Noyes; grad. St. Johnsbury
(Vt.) Acad., 1880; Amherst Coll., A.B., 1884, A.M., 1905;
Andover Theol. Sem., 1887; Teachers' Coll., N. Y., 1902;
m. 1st. Wellesley, Mass., Oct. 3, 1887. Inez Curl; 2d,
June 24, 1904, Leonia, N. J.. Anna B. Gausmann; chil-
dren: Waldo b. Sept. 21, 1892, Margaret, b. Dec. 11,
1896, Leonard, b. Feb. 5, 1908. Lived in Japan as mis-
sionary and teacher, 1889-1897; in Chicago, most of the
time in charge of Social Settlement of Ethical Culture
Soc, 1897-1899; dlr. manual training, Columbus, Ga.,
1900-1901, and Montclair, N. J., 1902-1903; instr. and
ass't prof, of Industrial Arts, Teachers' Coll., since 1903.
Socialist. Pres. Eastern Manual Training Ass'n, 1905-
1906-1907. Mem. Nat. Edn'l Ass'n. Author: Hand Work
In Wood, Wood and Forest; Studies in Wood; Design
and Construction. Recreations: Tramping, mouritain
climbing, photography. Address: Teachers' Coll., Co-
lumbia Univ., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. May 15, 1S67; s. Charles Horace and
Jane Radcliffe (Dana) Noyes; ed. Montclair High
School, Amherst Coll., A. B.. 1888; Columbia Univ.,
M.D., 1891; post-graduate work in Univs. of Berlin and
Vienna; m. May 26. 190S. Elsie Whyte. Engaged In
practice from 1891; for last few years specialist in ner-
vous and mental diseases. Author of various med.
essays and treatises. Attending neurologist to Demilt
Dispensary, Columbus Hosp., consulting neurologist to
Mountainside Hosp., Montclair, N. J. Mem. N. Y. Co.
Med. Soc, Acad, of Medicine, N. Y. Neurol. Soc, Pathol.
Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n. Delta Upsilon fraternity. D'r.
Soc. for Italian Immigrants, N. Y. City. Address: Scar-
boro Mansions, 221 W. 57th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Villenova, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., 1870;
s. Nicholas and Charlotte Nugent; ed. Forestville (N.Y.)
Free Acad.; m. Dunkirk, N. Y.. Oct. 19. 1898, Eleanor
S. Roberts; one son: Albert Edward, b. 1899. Studied
law with firm of Holt & Holt, Dunkirk, N. Y.; admitted
to bar, Jan., 1893. Succeeded to business of Holt &
Holt, Oct. 1, 1894, and has continued business since
then; senior mem. firm of Nugent & Heffernan. Re-
publican. Elected sp'l surrogate of Chautauqua
County, 1908; 1st Judge of the New City Court in Dun-
kirk, 1909. Address: Dunkirk, N. Y.


Civil eng'r; educator; b. New Orleans. La., Jan. 4,
1871; s. Perry and Amanda (Cook) Nugent; grad.
Roanoke Coll., A.B. 1889; medal in Greek, first honor
and valedictorian, A.M.. 1894: Rensselaer Poly. Inst.,
C.E.. 1892; m. Salem. Va., Sept. 12. 1899. Mary Louise
Logan: children: Paul Cook, Jr.. b. 1901. Robert Logan,
b. 1902. Civil eng'r Houston. Tex., 1892-1896; instr. in
civil eng"ring, Lafayette, 1896-1897; instr. in civil
eng'ring, Syracuse. 1897-1900. asso. prof., 1900-1902;
prof, civil eng'ring, since 1902. Author: Plane Sur-
veying, 1902. Independent in politics. Methodist.
Mem. Sigma Xi Soc, Tau Beta Psi Soc, Phi Gamma
Delta fraternity, Am. Soc. of Civil Eng'rs. Recrea-
tion: Tennis. Clu'bs: Technology, Thornden Tennis.
Address: 417 University Place, Syracuse. N. Y.


Banker, mf'r; b. Auburn, N. Y., Dec 2, 1854; s.
Lorenzo Ward and Caroline E. (Beardsley) Nye; ed.
academies at Burlington, N. J., Aurora, N. Y., and at
Phillips Acad., Exeter, N. H.; m. N. Y. City, 1881, Mollle
A. Wilson. Pres. Nye & Wait Carpet Co., Cayuga
County Nat. Bank; trustee Auburn Savings Bank, and
Interested in many other corp'ns. For many years
active In politics as Democrat of Tllden and Cleveland
sch. Residence: Auburn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Beaver Dams, N. Y., May 13, 1872; s. E.
M. W. and Margaret (Sharp) Nye; ed. Dundee Prep.
Sch., Union Univ. and Albany Law Sch.; married. Dist.
att'y of Schuyler Co., 1897; mem. Assembly, 1901-1904;
clerk Schuyler County Surrogate's Court, 1893-1896.
Mem. Judiciary Com. Gen. Court of U. S. Now county
judge and surrogate. Schuyler Co. Republican. Mem.
Schuyler Co. Ass'n, Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythias;
mem. P. and S. Improved Order of Red Men. Address:
Watkins, Schuyler Co., N. Y.

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