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Insurance official; b. N. Y. City, June 26, 1876; s. Mar-
tin Alonzo and Cornelia Augusta (Tallman) Gore; grad.
N. Y. public schs., later private sch., Gatewoods Prep.
Sch., Norfolk, Va.; unmarried. With Am. Surety Co.,
N. Y., 1894-1S98; connected with U. S. Fidelity & Guar-
anty Co. since org'n of N. Y. office in 1898, as ass't
mg'r 1910; acting mg'r since 1912. V.-p. Lawyers'
Surety Co. of N. Y., Surety Underwriters' Ass'n City of
N. Y. (embracing all surety cos.). Travelled over U. S.
Independent; Episcopalian. Recreations. Walking,
swimming, all winter sports. Clubs: Lake Placid (life
mem.), Lawyers. Residence: 37 Madison Av. Address:
47 Cedar St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; grad. Univ. of Pa., 1864; m. E. Conkling;
one son, Walter G., Jr. Pres. and dir. Hudson Compa-
nies, Greeley Sq. Realty Co.; formerly cham'n of B'd of
Dlrs. Guaranty Trust Co. of N. Y.; v.-p. and dir. Jeffer-
son & Clearfield Coal and Iron Co., dir. Alabama Great
Southern R. R. Co., Am. Car and Foundry Co., Brooklyn
Heights R. R. Co., Brooklyn Rapid Transit Co., Buffalo,
Rochester & Pittsburgh R'y Co., Long Island Consoli-
dated Electrical Companies, Long Island R. R. Co., Lou-
isville & Nashville R. R. Co., Havana Electric R'y Co.
Clubs: Union, University, Metropolitan, Century, Dawn
Town, Church. Residence: 725 Fifth Av. Address: 62
Cedar St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 8, 1869; s. Charles G. and
Amelia (Moses) Obermayer; ed. public schools. Coll.
City of N. Y.; studied law three years; m. Brooklyn, N.
Y., June 16, 1892, Ida Bell Sabin. Pres. and dir. Narra-
gansett Finishing Co., Greater N. Y. Savings Bank,
Cranston Construction Corp'n; dir. Bank of Flatbush,
N. Y. Title Ins. Co. of Brooklyn, Fifth Av. Branch
Mechanics Bank. Republican; mem. 12th St. Reformed
(Dutch) Ch. ; Royal Arch Mason, Knight Templar, and
mem. Mystic Shrine, Royal Arcanum, Heptasophs;
mem. Nat. Geog. Soc, Am. Forestry Ass'n, Am. Museum
Nat. History, Brooklyn Inst. Arts and Sciences, N. Y.
Zool. Soc, Acad. Polit. Science, Bibliophile Soc. of Bos-
ton, Brooklyn League, Mf'rs Ass'n of Brooklyn, Pros-
pect Heights Citizens' Ass'ns. Trustee S. Brooklyn B'd
of Trade; chm'n Advisory Com., Brooklyn Nursery &
Infants' Hosps.; ex-pres. League of Am. Wheelmen.
Recreation: Automobiling. Clubs: Automobile of Amer-
ica, N. Y. Press, Glenwood Country, Crescent Athletic,
Boston Bicycle, 12th Assembly Dist., Republican,
Brooklyn. Long Island Automobile. Address: 502 8th
Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1874; s. John and
Elizabeth (Lord) O'Brian; ed. public (grammar and
high) schools; grad. Harvard Coll., A.B., 1896, Univ. of
Buffalo, LL.B., 1898; m. Buffalo, Sept. 17, 1902, Alma E.
White; children: Alma Elizabeth, b. 1903, Janet, b. 1907,
Alison and Francis, b. 1909. Was chief counsel for pre-
senters in the prosecution and trial of Rev. A. S. Crap-
sey, of Rochester, 1906, before ecclesiastical courts;
prof. med. jurisprudence, Buffalo med. Sch.; church ad-
vocate. Diocese of Western N. Y.; mem. Council (trus-
tee) Univ. of Buffalo; trustee St. Margaret's Sch. for
Girls; mem. faculty Univ. of Buffalo Daw Sch. Repub-
lican; mem. of Assembly, N. Y., 1907, 1908, 1909, from


Miss Anne Stevenson

Cearfjer of iHngtns

828 Carnegie Hall New York City

CHave you ever heard a singer whose speaking voice you considered beau-
tiful, while you thought the singing voice somewhat harsh?
CThat voice has not been properly trained from the beginning.
C,Miss Stevenson has made a scientific study under Belari, the teacher of
Madame Nordica, of the whole subject of breath control, muscular control,
concentration of resonance, and the cultivation of mellowness of quality
which gives the ideal tone to the voice.

Frederic Dixon

Ceacljer of i^tano


828 Carnegie Hall New York City

C,Mr. Dixon presents a quick, concise, scientific method for gaining perfect
control of all the muscles of the arms and hands used in piano playing.
This method gives independence of the fingers, and assures speed and
clearness in scales, arpeggios, trills, octaves and chord passages, thus mak-
ing it possible to play artistically and to perform the master pieces according
to traditional interpretation, and to raise the general piano playing to a
very high standard.

School advertisements continued on page 576'



2d Dist. of Erie County; U. S. Att'y for Western Dist.
of N. Y. since 1909. Episcopalian. Mem. Delta Upsilon
(Harvard), Phi Delta Phi (Buffalo). Clubs: University,
Saturn (Buffalo). Harvard (N. Y.). Residence: 150 W.
Utica St. Address: 604 Iroquois Bld'g-, Buffalo, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, July 4, 1SS5; s. Samuel and
Mary (Meyer) Obrieght; ed. various N. Y. public schs.,
preparatory schs., and commercial schs., N. Y. Univ.,
LL.B.. 1909 (first hon. mention, 190S); LL.M., 1911;
B.C.S., 1912 (cum Ittuilr) ; M.C.S., 1913 (thesis, history
Wtstinghouse Electric & Mf'g Co.): unmarried. Ad-
mitted to N. Y. bar, 1909: engaged in practise of corp'n,
patents, unfair competition, trade-marks 'and gen.
Dusiness law. Mem. Lenox Av. Reformed Ch. Mem.
Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity (Alpha Chapter), and N. Y.
County Lawyers' Ass'n; Mason. Recreations: Reading,
outdoor sports. Clubs: Marine & Field, Collegiate.
Residence: 57 Remsen St., Brooklyn. Address: 149
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Oswego, N. Y,, Jan. 16, 1856; s. Thomas
and Ellen (Cronin) O'Brien; ed. in Oswego public
schools, Niagara Univ., St. Joseph's Theol. Sem., Troy,
N. Y. Ordained to priesthood bv Bishop McNierny, of
Albany, March S, 1S79. Ass't rector of Church of Our
Ladv of Grace, Hoboken, N. J., March 15 to June 15,
1S79; ass't rector St. John's Ch., Orange, N. J., July 15
to Nov. 15; ass't rector St. Mary's Ch.. Syracuse. N. Y.,
Nov. 16. 1S79-NOV. 16, 1S82; rector St. Cecilia's Ch.,
Fonda, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1882-March 5, 1SS7; rector St.
Mary's Ch.. Sandv Hill. N. Y., since Mar. 5, 1SS7. On
Jan.* 25, 1904, was made dean of Albany . Diocese for
Counties of Warren, Washington and Saratoga. Roman
Catholic. Address: St. Mary's Church. Hudson Falls
(Sandy Hill), N. Y.


Physician; b. Manhattanville, N. Y. City, Dec. 25,
1859;'s. Thomas and Mary A. (Cullen) O'Brien; ed. Man-
hattan Dispensary (now Knickerbocker Hosp.), 18S2-
Coll., M.D., 1SS1; m. St. Joseph's R. C. Ch., Manhattan-
ville, N. Y. City, June 25, 1S8S, Maria A., d. Patrick and
Ellen Dunican; children: Eleanor, b. 18S9, Pauline, b.
1893, Thomas Dunican, b. 1S95, Walter Cullen, b. 1903.
House surgeon Charity (City) Hosp., 1S81-1S82, and
house phvsician Hosp. for Nervous Diseases (in con-
nection with Charity Hosp.), 1882; physician to Man-
hattan Dispensary (now Knickerbocker Hosp.), 1882-
1SS4; attended clinics in London. Edinburgh, Dublin,
Cork and Berlin, 1884-1885; physician and neurologist
to Harlem Hosp. Dispensary, 18S8-1S94; physician to
Northwestern Dispensary, 1902-1903; Clinical ass't
Post-Grad. Med. Sch. and Hosp.. since 1905; obstetric
surgeon, 1S97, med. dir., 1900-1913, Misericordia Hosp.;
attending physician Acad, of Sacred Heart. 1902-1907;
lecturer to chair of medicine, 1906, adjunct prof, medi-
cine, 1907, Fordham Univ.; consulting physician to St.
Mary's Hosp., Waterburv, Conn. Sec. and editor Trans-
actions, N. Y. County Med. Ass'n, 1S96-1S9S; sec. N. Y.
State Med. Ass'n, 1S9S-1900. Mem. N. Y. State Med.
Ass'n, N. Y. County Med. Ass'n, Am. Med. Ass'n, Har-
lem Med. Ass'n (ex-pres , trustee), Celtic Med. Soc
(founder, treas., 1S91-1906, pres.. 1906-1909), Soc. Med.
Jurisprudence, Charity Hosp. Alumni Soc. Valentine
Mott Soc. (founder, pres., 1904). Harvey Soc. Guild of
St. Duke, General Alumni Soc. Democrat; Roman Cath-
olic. Private. 71st Reg't, N. G. N. Y., 1SS7-1S92. Mem.
Xavier Alumni Soc, Manhattan Coll., Alumni Soc. Rec-
reation: Agriculture. Club: Catholic. Address: 161 W.
122d St.. N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, April 28, 1S52; grad. St. John's
Coll., Fordham, N. Y. City, A.B., 1872; St. Francis
Xavier's Coll., N. Y. City, A.M., 1873; Columbia Law
Sch., LLB., 1875 (LL.D.. St. John's Coll., 1SS7) ; m. Rose
M. Crimmins; children: Rosalie, Madeline, Morgan J. G..
Esmonde P. Engaged in practise of law in N. Y. City,
1S75-1SS7. Was for several years trustee of the pub-
lic schools of N. Y. City; later corporation counsel of
N. Y. City, which position held when, in 1SS7, was
elected justice of the Supreme Court of N. Y. ; re-
elected unanimously, 1901; resigned, 1905; designated
to Appellate Div. by Governors Hill, Morton and Odell;
since June, 1905, trustee Equitable life Assurance So-
ciety of the IT. S. Trustee N. Y. Public Library, Astor,
Lenox and Tilden Foundations. Democrat: Catholic.
Clubs: Manhattan, Century, Metropolitan, N. Y. Ath-
letic. Catholic, City Midday, Garden City Golf, Turf
and Field, Lotos. Residence: 729 Park Av. Address: 2
Rector St., N. Y. City.


Newspaper publisher; t>. Cincinnati, Ohio, Mar. 12,
1S5S; s. Julius and Bertha (Levy) Ochs (both of Ger-

man nativity); father, who was officer in Union Army,
was mustered out at close of Civil War; family re-
moved to Knoxville, Tenn., where attended public
schools; m. Feb. 28, 1SS3, Effie Miriam, d. Rev. Isaac M.
Wise, of Cincinnati, Ohio. Began ne vspapcr career as
boy in office of Knoxville Chronicle, 1S69; in 1876, be-
came ass't foreman in composing room, and soon after
ass't business mg'r Knoxville Daily Tribune; connected
with Chattanooga (Tenn.) Dispatch. 1877-1878; re-
signed and engaged in publication of Chattanooga City
Directory; appt'd receiver for Chattanooga Dispatch,
which had failed, and paid off its entire indebtedness;
bought. July 1, 187S, The Chattanoog-a Times, of which
has ever since been publisher. Came to N. Y. City,
W96, and was placed at head of company which
bought N. Y. Times, of which acquired and retains con-
trolling ownership; in 1906 erected Times Bld'g, 42d
St. and Broadway, and later Times Annex, W. 43d St.
Purchased Philadelphia Times, May 7, 1901, and Phila-
delphia Pu'blic Ledger, July 22, 1902; consolidated the
two August, 1902, under name of Philadelphia Public
Ledger to Cyrus H. K. Curtis and John Gribbell, Jan. 1,
being in charge as gen. mg'r; sold Philadephia Public
Ledger to Cvrus H. K. Curtis and John Gribbell, Jan. 1,
1913. Residence: 308 W. 75th St. Address: The Times,
N. Y. City.


Artist; b. Zonnemaire, Holland, Oct. 21, 1854; s. John
and Hendrika (Fontaine) Ochtman; ed. in common
schools of birthplace and of Albany, N. Y., to which
city came with parents in 1S66; m. Laconia, N. H.,
June 23, 1891, Mina M. Fonda; children: Dorothy, b.
1892; Leonard, b. 1894, Arthur, b. 1S95. At age of 16
entered wood engraving establishment where re-
mained as draughtsman seven years, devoting leisure
hours to study of art; then professionally engaged as
artist in Albany for two years, and after that in N.
Y. City, making a specialty of landscapes. Made first
exhibit at Nat. Acad. "Design, 1S82; received prize
from Brooklyn Art Club, 1891, medals from the
World's Columbian Exp'n, 1S93, Philadelphia Art Club,
1S94, Pan-Am Exp'n, Buffalo, 1901, Charleston Exp'n,
1902, Inness 'Gold Medal, Nat. Acad. Design, 1903;
Shaw prize, 1902; Webb prize, 1904, and Evans' prize,
1907. Soc Am. Artists; two gold medals for oil and
water colors, La. Purchase Exp'n, 1904; prizes from
Salmagundi Club, 1902, 1903, 1906, 1907; 2d Corcoran
prize, Washington, and others from other ass'ns.
Elected asso., 1889, and academician, 1904, Nat. Acad.
Design; mem. Nat. Inst, of Arts and Letters, Soc. Am.
Artists, Am. Water Color Soc. Soc. of Dandscapa
Painters, Artists' :Fund Soc, N. Y. Water Color Club,
Brooklyn Art Club. Republican. Clubs: Salmagundi,
Lotos. Residence: Grayledge, Coscob. Conn. Address
39 W. 67th St., N. Y. City.


Phvsician; b. Brooklyn. N. Y., 1S6S; ed. St. Francis
Xavier Coll., N. Y., and St. Francis Coll.. Brooklyn;
grad. L. I. Med. Coll., M.D., 1887. In practise of med-
icine since graduation; med. officer Health Dep't,
Brooklyn, 18S7-1S90; specialist on mental and nervous
diseases; appt'd health officer Port of N. Y., 1912,
term expiring 1916. Mem. Kings County Med. Soc,
Brooklyn Med. Soc, Associated Physicians of L. I.,
Alumni Ass'n St. Mary's Hosp., Alumni Soc. Kings
County Hosp.; Elk. Clubs: Brooklyn, Montauk, Cres-
cent Athletic. Address: Brooklyn, N. Y.


Author; b. Rochester, N. Y. ; d. Reuben and Almira
i Alixaiiiler ) .Johnson; ed 1 1 ru-iu.-s t . r i'r<c \.-;nl ; in.
1877, Joseph O'Connor. Mem. B'd Mg'rs State Indus-
trial Sch. at Rush, 1900-1909. Author: Index to Haw-
thorne's Works; Index to Works of Shakespeare, also
translator of several books from German and Italian.
Address: 99 S. Fitzhugh St., Rochester, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Utica, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1864; s. Edward and
Bridget (Keegan) O'Connor; ed. schs. of native city;
m. Albany, N. Y.. April 30, 1S90, Marie Regina Morton
of Utica; children: William Lewis, b. 1894; .Margaret
M., b. 189S; John Barry, b. 1906. Served as Justice of
the Peace, 1887-1S89; mem. of Assembly, 1890; City
Excise Att'y, 1894-1896; county att'y, 1897-1899; city
judge, 4 terms, beginning Jan. 1, 1900, ending Dec. 31,
1915. Served 7 years in N. G.; capt. Nicholas Herki-
mer Continentals, 2 years; maj.-gen., Red Men's
League, 1906-1911. Independent Democrat. Mem.
Oneida County Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Am.
Bar Ass'n; pres. N. Y. State Magistrates Ass'n; Knight
of Pythias (past chancellor and mem. com. on Laws
1913-1914, grand lodge of N. Y.); past great sachem of
N. Y., Improved Order of Red Men (representative to
Great Council, U. S.) ; Elk. Residence: 146 Rutger St.
Address: 36 Utica City Nat. Bank Bld'g, Utica, N Y.




Lawyer; b. N. Y. City; a. John Christopher and
Elizabeth (Hepburn) O'Conor; grad. Columbia Coll.,, 1870; m. Maria Jephson Post; one son, Norreys
Jephson. Served as alderman, N. Y. City, 1883-1884;
v.-p. N. Y. Ass'n for the Protection of Game. Mem.
N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs:
Union League, N. Y. Yacht, Columbia University.
Down Town. Residence: 24 E. 33d St. Address: 15
"William St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman, educator; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 1, 1852; s.
Daniel and Jane (Lake) O'Conor; grad. St. Francis
Xavier Coll., N. Y. City, A.B., 1872; literary studies in
England: philos. studies in Louvain, Belgium; theol-
ogy, Woodstock, Md.; Oriental, Johns Hopkins; also
Assyrian studies at Harvard. Was made mem. Soc. of
Jesus, 1872; ordained priest, 1885. Prof, of literature
in Georgetown Univ., Boston Coll., St. Francis Xavier
Coll., N. Y. City; protf. mental philosophy, Fordham
Univ., St. Francis Xavier, N. Y. City, St. Joseph's
Coll., Philadelphia; lecturer, musician, author of words
and music of Dear Lord; Jesus the All Beautiful; lec-
tured on cuneiform Assyrian before any school of
that language had been founded in America. Author:
Lyric and Dramatic Poetry, 1883; Babylonian Inscrip-
tions of Nebuchadnezzar, 1885; Garucci's Christian
Art, 1885; Three Holy Lives, 1888; Pearls of a Year,
1889; Practice of Humility, 1890; Life of St. Aloysius,
1892; Reading and the Mind, 1894; Sacred Scenes and
Mysteries, 1898; Rhetoric and Oratory, 1898; Facts
About Bookworms, 1898; Christ and the Man God,
1900; Autobiography of St. Ignatius, 1900; Education
in the Schools of New York, 1901; Dante, 1905; emeri-
tus prof, mental philosophy at Fordham Univ., N. Y.;
now lecturer on ed'n, pedagogy, art; former dir. St.
Ignatius' Sch. Founder of Catholic Alumni Sodality,
Phila. ; St. Ignatius Alumni Ass'n, N. Y.; Brooklyn
Coll. Alumni Sodality, Brooklyn; Brooklyn College;
organizer Crown Heights Circle Brooklyn Coll.
League; Brooklyn College Junior Auxiliary; pres.
Brooklyn College, Crown Heights, until May, 1911,
when retired. Address: 980 Park Av., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; s. Edmund and Sarah Julia (Darrow)
Ocumpaugh; ed. Rochester 'private schools, and by
private tutors; m. Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 24, 1887,
Mamie Ellison; one son: Herbert Ellison, 0. 1889.
Pres. and treas. Am. Rare Metals Co., Denver; pres.
Whitcomb Realty Co., Rochester; v.-p. Triumph Vot-
ing Machine Co., N. Y.; trustee East Side Savings
Bank, Rochester; dir. Ocumpaugh Realty Co., Roches-
ter. Recreations: Yachting, shooting, outdoor sports.
Clubs: Automobile (gov.), Genesee Valley, Country,
Yacht, Athletic (Rochester); Transportation, .Aero of
America (N. Y.). Address (Country Estate); Red
Gables, Webster, N. Y., and 1339 East Av., Rochester,
N. Y.


Physician; b. Canoga, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1878; s. Frank-
lin P. and Jennie L. (Gould) Odell; ed. Mjnderse
Acad., Seneca Falls, N. Y.; grad. Coll. of Medicine,
Syracuse Univ., M.D., 1904; m. April, 1909, Anna M.
Hopper. Ex-mem. med. staff Clifton Springs Sana-
torium. Mem. N. Y. State and Ontario Co. Med. Socs.,
Henrietta Camp, 10,572, Modern Woodmen of America,
Phi Beta Pi fraternity, Garoga Lodge No. 300, F. and
A. M., Newark Chapter No. 117, K. A. M. Address:
Clifton Springs, N. Y.


Ex-governor, merchant; b. Newburgh, N. Y., Jan. 14,
1854; s. Benjamin B. Odell; ed. Bethany Coll., W. Va.,
and partial course in Columbia Coll.; m. 1st, 1S77,
Estell Crist; 2d, Mrs. Linda C. Traphagen, sister of
first wife. In 1875, engaged with father in business
at Newburgh; subsequently became interested in
various other enterprises, becoming pres. Newburgh
Electric Co., and treas. of the Central Hudson Steam-
boat Co. Active in Republican politics from earliest
voting years, but in his first nomination, that for
State senator, was defeated; elected, 1894 and 1S96,
and served in 54th and 55th Congresses; declined
nomination for the third term; elected 1900, re-
elected, 1902, governor of the State of N. Y. For sev-
eral years was on the Rep. State Com., and for a time
its chm'n. Was a mem. Nat. Guard for eight years.
Has held prominent positions in the Masonic and Odd
Fellows orders. Address: Newburgh, N. Y.


Merchant, banker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 16, 1S59;
s. Peter J. and Emma M. (Backus) O'Donohue; ed.
Brooklyn Poly. Inst.; m. Brooklyn, Oct. 15, 1S91, Olive

S. Scoville. Eegan business career as a clerk with
John O'Donohue's Sons, 1876; admitted as partner,
1879; firm originally started by John O'Donohue
(grandfather), who admitted to the concern, succes-
sively, his five sons; since firm was incorporated 1902,
has been pres. and dir.; pres., treas. and dir. O'Dono-
hue estates; dir. Long Island Safe Deposit Co., Union
Ferry Co.; trustee Kings Co. Trust Co., East River
Savings Inst'n, Brooklyn Central Dispensary; mem. N.
Y. Chamber of Commerce Merchants' Ass'n, Coffee
Exchange of N. Y. Clubs: Montauk, Riding and Driv-
ing, Automobile of America, Glenwood Country. Ad-
dress: 88 Front St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Syracuse, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1850; s. Cor-
nelius and Ellen (Donohue) O'Donohue; ed. Onon-
daga Acad., Cazenovia Sem., Syracuse Univ., Long
Island Coll. Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y., M.D.; m. Lucy A.
Moseley (died 1905). Engaged in practice of medi-
cine at Syracuse, N. Y., from graduation. Ex-pres. N.
Y. State B'd of Health, N. Y. State Tuberculosis Com-
m'n; Am. Anti-Tuberculosis League; pres. U. S. Pen-
sion Examining B'd of Syracuse; Mem. Onondaga
County Med. Soc, Syracuse Acad, of Medicine, N. Y.
State Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n, British Med. Ass'n.
Clubs: Syracuse Citizens, Onondaga County. Ad-
dress: 405 S. Warren St., Syracuse, N. Y.


Sculptor, painter, writer; b. Preston County, Va.,
March 28, 1844; s. James Hayes and Mary (Bright)
O'Donovan; ed. in Green Acad., Pa.; self-taught in
art. Served in Staunton, (Va.) Art'y. in C. S. Army
in Civil War, April 17, 1861, to surrender at Appo-
mattox, as private and non-eomm'd officer. After war
professionally engaged as sculptor in N. Y. City.
Executed statues of Washington for Trenton Battle
Monument, monument commemorating Peace at New-
burgh, N. Y., and one for Caracas, Venezuela; eques-
trian statues of Lincoln and Grant for Soldiers and
Sailors Arch, Prospect Park, Brooklyn; statue of
Archbishop Hughes at Fordham Coll., N. Y.; statue to
captors of Major Andre at Tarry town, N. Y. ; bust of
late Judge Charles P. Daly, for N. Y. Geog. Soc, Gen.
James Grant Wilson, and Alexander S. Drake, art
editors of Century Magazine; portraits of Gens. R. E.
Lee, "Stonewall" Jackson and Joseph Wheeler,
Helena P. Blavatzkey Walt Whitman, Bayard Taylor
(Cornell Univ.), Winslow Homer, N. A., William Page,
N. A., and Thomas Eakins, N. A. (Nat. Acad. Design),
and others. Since 19U0 devoted to painting and litera-
ture. Asso. Nat. Acad. Design; mem. Soc. Am. Artists,
Am. Sculpture Soc, Architectural League; one of or-
iginators, and mem. Hudson-Fulton Tricentennial
Comm'n; mem. Advisory Com., Nat. Maine Monument
Com. Address: 590 Eagle Av., N. Y. City.


Jurist; appt'd chief judge of City Court for term
expiring Dec. 31, 1917. Residence: 37 W. 76th St. Ad-
dress: 32 Chambers St., N. Y\ City.


Civil eng'r and educator; b. Dexter, Me., April 30,
1868; s. Charles Talcott and Anna (Bennett) Ogden;
ed. Episcopal Acad., Philadelphia; Cheltenham Acad.,
Ogontz, Pa. (gold medal); grad. Cornell Univ., C.E.,
1889; m. Portland, Me., Dec. 26, 1S95, Georgiana Mary
Smith; children: Katharine, b. 1896, Priscilla Camp-
bell, b. 1S99, John Bennett b. 1901, William Hall, b.
1905. Made three visits to England for the purpose of
making eng'ring inspections; built sewers in Ithaca,
N. Y.; also arch bridge and retaining walls for Cor-
nell Univ. campus; chief eng'r for proposed electric
road, Ithaca to Cortland; consulting eng'r, 4th Ward
trunk iewer, Binghamton, N. Y., Sandpoint, Idaho;
sewer comm'r, Ithaca, 1899-1906; sanitary eng'r State
Dep't Health, N. Y.; prof. Cornell Univ. and sanitary
eng'r; eng'r mem. Sanitary Council N. Y. State, 1913-
1917; mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs, The Roy. Son. Inst.,
London, Sigma Xi Soc. Club: Town and Gown (Ithaca).
Address: 614 University Av., Ithaca, N. Y.


Physician, chemist; 0. West Sparta, N. Y., Aug. 5,
1868; s. Charles W. and Sarah E. (Bergen) Ogden; ed.
Nunda Acad., Geneseo State Normal Sch., Harvard
Coll. (special course); grad. Harvard Med. Sch., M.D.,
1893; m. Buffalo, N. Y Sept. 11, 1895, Alice Lewellyn
Parry. Instr. in chemistry. Harvard Med. Sch., 1S94-
1901; ass't in clinical pathology, Boston City Hosp.,
1893-1901; visiting med. chemist, Long Island Hosp.,
1896-1901; med. chemist, Carney Hosp., South Boston,
1899-1901; 1904-1905; med. chemist, Children's Hosp.,-
Boston, 1900-1901; instr. T'ufts Coll., Med. Dep't. 1904-
1905; dir. Med. and Chem. Laboratory, N. Y. City, 1901-



1904; ass't Med. Dir. and med. chemist. Met. Life Ins.
Co., since July, 1U05. Republican. Mem. Mass. Med.
Soc, Harvard Med. Soc. of N. Y. City, Nat. Geog. Soc,
Am. Chem. Soc, Ass'n of Life Ins. Med. Dirs. Author:
Clinical Examination of the Urine and Urinary Diag-
nosis. 1900; has also written and published many med.
monographs. Clubs: Players, and Apawamls. Ad-
dress: 1 Madison Av., X Y. City.


Physician; b. Rockford, Ont., Can., 1S55; s. John and
Sarah (Black) Ogden; ed. public schools. Brantford
Collegiate Inst., Mt. Forest Model School, Toronto;
Normal School, Trinity Med. Coll. of Can. and Poly-
clinic, N. Y. City; m. N. Y. City, 1SS9, Hattie Dele-
phene Phinriey; one d., Hortense Delephene, b. 1S90.
Engaged in practice of medicine since graduation.
Has traveled considerablv in Can. and U. S. Past
grand med. examiner and past grand commander of
the Order of Knights of St. John and Malta. Re-
publican; Baptist. Mem. N. Y. Co. Med. Soc, N. Y.
State Med. Ass'n. Hortense Med. Ass'n, Am. Med. Ass'n,
Bapt. Social Union, Coll. Club, Canadian Club and
Canadian Soc. and Toronto Univ. Graduates Soc, N.
Y.; Maccabees, Royal Arcanum, Knights of Malta.
Heptasophs, Am. Temperance Ass'n, N. Y. Physicians'
Mutual Aici Ass'n. Recreations: Driving and Bowling.
Address: 56 TV. 120th St., N. Y. City.


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