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1911; resigned May, 1911; delegate to Dem. State Conv.,
1912; appt'd by Gov. Sulzer, chm'n of Comm'n on
Prison Reform, June, 1913. Pres. D. M. Osborne & Co.,
Auburn Publishing Co.; v.-p. Columbia Rope Co.,
Eagle Wagon Works. Democrat; Unitarian. Chm'n
Nat. Com. on Prison Labor; v.-p. and dir. N. Y. Prison
Ass'n. Recreations: Music, automobiling, canoeing.
Clubs: City (Auburn), University, Harvard, Century,
City, Alpha Delta Phi (N. Y. City), Tavern (Boston),
University (Chicago). Address: Auburn, N. Y.


Lawyer, author; b. Newark, N. J., Jan. 7, 1873; s.
Joseph P. and Kate (Hamilton) Osborne; grad. Newark
High Sch., Columbia Law Sch., N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B.,
cum laude, 1892; m. Rockaway, N. J., June 1, 1898,
Lydia Gelston Spring; children: William H., Jr., b.
1899; Frederick S., b. 1902. Writer of short stories
since 1902; contb'r to McClure's Magazine, Satur-
day Evening Post, Harper's Weekly, Collier's, Cos-
mopolitan, Smart Set, etc.; since 1903 has had many
short stories published, including business, political
and detective and humorous stories. Author: The
Red Mouse (novel), 1909 (Dodd. Mead & Co); Running
Fight (novel) 1910, (Dodd, Mead & Co.), Catspaw
(novel), 1911 (Dodd, Mead & Co.); part author, Vital
Question (dramatic sketch), 1910; Prosecutor (drama),
1910. Republican. Mem. Reformed (Dutch) Ch. Mem.
Washington Ass'n of N. J. Residence: Highland Av.,
Newark, N. J. Address: 111 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Canton, Me., April 9, 1855; s. Stephen
and Joan (Staples) Osgood; ed. Wilton Acad., Frank-
lin Co., Me.; Amherst Coll., A.B., 1877. A.M. 1880; Co-
lumbia, Ph.D., 1889; LL.T)., Amherst, 1907; m. Pownal,
Vt., July 22, 1885, Caroline Augusta Symonds. Taught
in Worcester Acad., Worcester, Mass., 1877-1879;
taught at intervals and pursued graduate study in
history and political science at Amherst, Yale and
Berlin, Germany, 1879-1882; teacher, Boys' High Sch.,
Brooklyn, 1882-18S9. Student of early Am. history in
iBritish Museum and Public Record Office, London,
1889-1890. Adjunct prof. 1890-1895, prof, history since
1895, Columbia Univ. Author: The American Colonies
in the 17th Century; three volumes, 1904-1907. This
work was awarded the first Loubat Prize in 1908.
Editor-in-chief of Minutes of the Common Council of
The Citv of New York. 1875-1S87, eight volumes, pub-
lished by city, 1906. Has written various important
papers on economic subjects connected with American
Colonial historv in reviews and historical publica-
tions; one of the contto'rs to Learned's Literature of
American Historv; has edited numerous monographs
on Am. Colonial history, which have appeared in the
Columbia University studies in history, economics and
public law, and separately. Residence: 526 W. 150th
St. Address: Columbia University. N. Y. City.


Lawver and surrogate; b. near Schuylerville, N. Y.,
June 28, 1858; s. William P. and Isabel C. (Winney)
Ostrander; ed. Schuylerville High School, Argyle Acad.,
Mechanicsville Acad.. Cornell Univ., B.S., 1881: m.
Schuvlerville, N. Y. Oct. 17, 1883, by Rev. J. Wilbur
Chapman, Cora E. Laing; children: Sterling, b. Dec,
1884 (deceased); Vibert L., b. July 1SS7; Marion, b.
Dec, 1892; Hazel, b. Aug., 1S94 (deceased); Gretchen. b.
Mar., 1896; Paul. b. Jan., 1S99. Read law with Hon.
John De Witt Warner, N. Y. City, and with Hon. D. S.
Potter Schuvlerville. Admitted to bar 18S3. Practised
law at Schuvlerville. until " time with Hon.

George R Salisbury, since then till Oct. 10, 1908, with
Hon E. T. Brackett. S. nss. Has held

various town and village mylerville. also



postmaster at Schuylerville for 7 years prior to 1906;
since Jan. 1, 1906, surrogate of Saratoga County, N. Y.,
Republican candidate for Justice of Supreme Court,
Fourth Judicial Dis., 1913. but defeated. Mem. Dutch
Reformed Ch., vice-pres. Saratoga County Agr'l Soc.
Mem. N. T. State Bar Ass'n. Mem. B. P. O. Elks (Sara-
toga); mem. Masonic Order, Delta Kappa Bpsilon,
Delta Chi Chapter. Residence: Schuylerville, N. T.
Address: Saratoga Springs, N T . Y.


Editor; publisher; b. Fort Recovery, O., July 11.
1S72; s. John and Elizabeth (Beardslev) Oswald; m. New
Bremen, O., Jan. 28, 1903, Clara Marie Bosche. Pres.
Oswald Publishing Co.; dir. Graphic Arts Ins. Repub-
lican. Pres. Nat. Editorial Ass'n, Men's Ass'n of
Tompkins Ave. Cong'l Ch.; dir. Y. M. C. A.; mem. Ad-
vertising Men's League, X. Y. Tvpothetae, N. Y. Trade
Press Ass'n, N. Y. State Press Ass'n, Ohio Soc. of N. Y'
Brooklyn Juvenile Probation Ass'n, Nat. Geog. Soc,
Booksellers' League, Acanthus Lodge F. & A. M Jersey
City Consistory, Kismet Lodge Mystic Shrine. Brook-
lyn Inst. Arts and Sciences. Clubs: Crescent Ath-
letic, N. Y*. Press, Aldine. Address: 25 City Hall Place,
N. T. City.


Journalist, publisher; b. Yarmouthport, Mass., Aug.
19, 1872: s. George and Adelaide F. J. (Freeman) Otis;
ed. Y'armouth and Boston public and private schs.; m.
Brookline, Mass., Oct. 10, 1898, Annabel Bodwell Vin-
ing; children: Marjorie, b. Aug. 9, 1899; Edward Vin-
ing, b. Feb. 2, 1901; Ellen, b. Feb. 23, 1902; Charles
Barron, b. Mar. 22, 1906; Annabel, b. Aug. 16, 1911.
Served an apprenticeship in the printing office of
father (editor and published Cape Cod Item); entered
employ of Boston News Bureau, Feb. 29, 1892, as sec.
to its owner and mg'r (Clarence W. Barron); later
became ass't mg'r; 1904-1912. pres. and dir. Dow. Jones
& Co., publishers of The Wall Street Journal, the Dow-
Jones financial news bulletins and operators of Dow-
Jones Electrical Page News Tickers, 1904-1912; pres.
and dir. advertising agency of Doremus & Co., For-
est & Stream Publishing Co.; treas. and dir. The Daily
Bond Buyer and The Weekly Bond Buyer. Indepen-
dent Republican; Baptist. Clubs: Union League. Law-
yers' (N. T.), Authors' (London, Eng.), Cummaquid
Golf (Tarmouthport). Residence (summer): Yar-
mouthport, Cape Cod, Mass. Address: 538 W. 114th
St.. N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Bath, N. Y., Feb. 13, 1839; s. James A.
and Hannah (Tilson) Otis; ed. schs. of Oberlin, Ohio;
m. Laura J. Day; one son: Norman Day, b. Jan. 11,
1877. Started hardware business, 1S6S; added an oil
well supply store, 1S7S, and same year commenced
oil operating at Mich., which still continues. Organ-
ized in 1S94 The Citizens Nat. Bank: was its first pres..
now its v.-p. Also treas. and dir. The Everit Co. Has
traveled extensively throughout U. S., having made 5
trips across the continent. Mem. Sch. B'd many years;
sec. -first lecture ass'n of Wellsville; one of organiz-
ers and pres. of Woodlawn Cemetery Ass'n. Repub-
lican; Congregationalist. Address: 112 Jefferson St.,
Wellsville, N. T.


Jurist; b. Mina, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., Mar 8, 1854;
s. John E. and Sarah (Boorman) 'ottaway; ed. public
schs., Sherman and Westfield Acads.; m. Oct. 2, 1912,
Myrtle R. Nixon. Was dist. att'y Chautauqua Co..
1SS3-18S6; att'y for B'd Supervisors same, 1S92-1905:
county judge Chautauqua Co., since Jan. 1. 1906; mem.
law firm of Ottaway & Munson. Republican. Pres.
B'd of Ed'n Village of Westfield. Address: "Westfield,
Chautauqua Co.. N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Vernon, N. Y., July 26, 1857; s. Charles
and Mary E. (Collins) Ottaway; grad. Hamilton Coll.
A.B., A.M., 18S0; m. Whitesboro, N. Y\, Julv 26, 1883,
Helen May Sawyer; children: Frederick Henderson b.
1890; Helen Mav, b. 1892. Prof. Latin and Greek lan-
guages, Whitestown Sem, 1880-1881; principal Amster-
dam Acad., 1881-1S85; Canastota High Sch., 1885-1907;
ordered deacon, 1892; ordained priest, 1894; in charge
of missions at Canastota and Chittenango, 1893-1907;
in charge of Asso. Mission centering in Pulaski, N. Y.,
Oct., 1907-June, 1910. Rector Trinity Ch., Favette-
ville, N. Y., June, 1909-Feb., 1910. Curate St. Paul's
Ch., Rochester. N. Y., Feb., 1910-Feb., 1913; Rector
Grace Ch.. Lyons, N. Y., since Feb. 1, 1913. Repub-
lican; Episcopalian. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Delta
Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Address: Lyons, N. T.


Retired mf'r, publisher; b. Phelps, Ontario Co., N. Y.;
s. Enoch and Frances E. (Henry) Ottley; attended Can-
andaigua Acad.; m. Troy, N. Y., Jan., 1900, Lucetta B.
Gilbert; children: Martha Munn, b. 1901; James H., Jr.,
I). 1903; Gilbert, b. 1907; Frances Elizabeth, b. 1909,
Dir. New Netherland Bank, McCall Corp'n, U. S. Life
Ins. Co. R&creations: Yachting, gol'f, horses, shoot-
ing. Clubs: Union League, N. Y. Yacht, Am. Yacht,
Automobile, Nassau Country, Garden City, Thomasville
Shooting. Residence (summer): Glen Cove, L. I. (win-
ter): 29 W. 53d St. .Address: Aeolian Bld'g, 33 W. 42d
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Newport, R. I., Feb. 7, 1854; son of M.
Lucien and Sophie (Agnus) Oudin; ed. in N. Y. public
schools, Columbia Coll. Law School, LL.B., 1876: m.
Boston, 18S4, Jessie Adele Kenyon. Engaged in prac-
tice of law as senior mem. firm of Oudin & Oakley since
1879. Dir. and counsel Am. Lithographic Co., Virginia-
Carolina Chemical Co., Round Island Co.. Wilson Dis-
tilling- Co., Cleveland. Democrat. Mem. Ass'n Bar City
of N. Y. and N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, N. Y. Hist. Soc, Am.
Museum Natural History, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Club: Century Ass'n. Residence: 115 W. 69th St. Ad-
dress: 45 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Cartoonist; b. Lancaster, O., Jan. 14, 1863; s. J. P.
and Catherine (Davis) Outoault; grad. McMicken Univ.;
m. Lancaster, O., Dec. 25, 1890, Mary Jane Martin.
Since began career as a comic artist, 1895, became
widely known for comic series appearing in colored
section of N. Y. papers. Originated Hogan's Allev,
which ran in N. Y. World through 1895; Yellow Kid, in
N. Y. Journal, 1S96-1S97; Pore Li'l Mose, 1901; and
Buster Brown 1902, N. Y. Herald. Since 1905, on staff
N. Y r . Journal. AH of these series have been published
in book form and dramatized. Residence: Flushing,
Long Island, N. Y. Address: N. Y. Journal, N. Y. City.


Merchant; b. Philadelphia, Pa., Mar. 8, 1860; s. Alex-
ander Ewing and Laura (Harvey) Outerbridge; ed.
Ury House Sch., Philadelphia ; m. Clifton, S. I., Oct.,
1891, Ethel Boyd; children: Ethel Harvey, h. May 3,
1893. Kenneth Boyd, b. July 9, 1904. Engaged in (busi-
ness in Newfoundland, 1S76-1878; established in N. Y.
City, Aug., 1S78, as agent for Harvey & Co. (established
1790), of Newfoundland, and in 1881 became resident
partner of firm, being Harvey & Outerbridge; v.-p. and
mn'g dir. Pantasote Leather Co. (N. J.), Pantasote Co.
of West Va., Agasote Millboard Co. (N. J.); dir. N. Y.
Bermuda & Caribbean S. S. Co.; elected dir. Equitable
Life Ins. Co., Dec. 1906. Independent; Episcopalian.
Mem. Chamber of Commerce, State of N. Y. Chm'n of
100, N. Y., 1909. Clubs: Union, Lawyers, Railroad, Au-
tomobile Club of America, Richmond Co. Country, Sea-
wanhaka Yacht, Riding, City. Residence: 58 E. 68th
St. Address: 11 Broadway, N. Y". City.


Physician; b. Bermuda, Dec. 14, 1869; ed. by private
tutors; grad. Univ. of Vt., 1884; also studied in Europe;
m. Nov. 20. 1891, Rose Roberts. An alumnus of N. Y.
and Woman's Hosps., mem. attending staff, Gen. Me-
morial Woman's and old Marian St. Hosp. and Demilt
Dispensary for a number of years. Mem. Am. Geog,
Soc, N. Y. Zool. Soc. Clubs: Calumet, Ardsley, Ardsley-
on-Budson, Atlantic Y'acht, N. Y. Athletic. Address' 49
W. 74th St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. San Francisco, Oct. 25, 1875; s. William
Franklin and Julia (Detje) Overstreet; grad. Univ. of
California, A. B., 1899: Oxford Univ. (Balliol Coll.), B.SC
1901; m. San Francisco, Calif., 1907, Elsie L. Burr; chil-
dren: Edmund William, Robert Howison. Travelling
fellow in Philosophy in Univ. of Calif., 1899-1901; instr.
ass't prof., and asso. prof, of philosophy, Univ. of Calif
1901-1911; prof, of philosophy and head of Dep't of
Philosophy, Coll. of City of N. Y., since 1911. Special
lecturer in philosophy, half year, Columbia Univ., 1913
Residence: 2426 Aqueduct Av. Address: Coll. City of
X. Y., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Yaphank, L. I., N. Y., July 2S 1S62:
s. Daniel Terry and Charry A. (Hawkins) Overton;
ed. West Y'aphank dist. sch., Patchogue High Sch
1882; Southold Acad., 1884; grad. Lafavette (Pa) Coll
A.B., 1888, A.M., 1891; Union Theol. Sem N Y City
1891; m. 1st, Sept. 1, 1S92, Carrie Corey' Terry (died
May 11, 1911); 2nd. June 22, 1912, Ethel Elaine Ed-
wards; children: Jonathan Terry, b. Aug 16 1893 Dan-
iel Hawkins, Jr., b. Sept. 5, 1895. Pastor in charge



Good Will Chapel of Madison Av. Presby'n Ch., during
seminary course, 1888-1891; pastor Emmanuel Chapel
of University PI. Ch., 1891-1895; pastor Greene Av. Ch.,
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1895-1907; sup't Presby'n Union for
Church Extension in Presbytery of Brooklyn, 1907-
1908; pastor Presby'n Ch., Islip, L. I., since Nov. 1,
1908. Delegate to Uen. Assembly Presby'n Ch., Eos
Angeles, Calif., 1903. Republican. Mem. Union Set-
tlement (Manhattan), Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity;
Chaplain Meridian Dodge No. 691 F. & A. M., Islip, N.
Y. Chaplain Islip Fire Dep't. Class poet in La-
fayette Coll. in 1888, and author of numerous religious
poems, including a booklet on The Old Tide Mill on
the Sound, 1905. Recreation: Outdoor exercise; played
on Lafayette Coll. football team 4 years, and on N.
Y. Univ. team one year. Address: Islip, L. I., N. Y.


Physician, author; b. Bellport, L. I., Dec. 29, 1867; s.
Edward and Mary (Glover) Overton; grad. Lafayette
Coll., A.B., 1890, A.M., 1893; Coll. Phys. and Surg., Co-
lumbia Univ., M.D., 1893; m. E. Patchogue, N. Y., Nov.
24, -1896, Alena M. Conklin; children: Mary Cecilia, b.
Aug. 7, 1898, David Edward, b. June 28, 1903. Mem.
Suffolk Co. Med. Soc (sec); Pres. Sanitary Officers
Ass'n N. Y. State; health officer Patchogue Village.
Dir. Patchogue Bank, Patchogue Elec. Light Co. Mem.
Masonic Order (past high priest Suwassett Chapter,
R. A. M.); past master South Side Lodge, F. & A. M.;
past comd'r Patchogue Commandery, K. T.; trustee
Patchogue Library. Author: Applied Series of Physi-
ologies; School Hygiene; Nature Study for Schools;
magazine articles on nature study subjects. Republi-
can; Congregationalist. Address: Patchogue, L. I.,
N. Y.


Certified public accountant, ex-Confederate soldier,
retired cotton broker; b. Cincinnati, O., April 20,
1838; s. Allison and Caroline (Miller) Owen; distin-
guished Colonial and Revolutionary ancestry; ed. in
public and private schools; m. 1st, New Orleans, 1866,
Hattie Bryan; 2d, N. Y. City, 1874. Adelaide B. Dick;
one d. : Mary Miller. Entered Confederate service in
.May, 1861, as sergeant of 1st Co., Washington Art'y of
New Orleans, serving in nearly 40 battles, exclusive of
Siege of Petersburg and being twice severely wound-
ed; was for several months prisoner in old Capitol
prison in Washington; received strong personal com-
mendations for bravery and efficiency from Gens.
Longstreet and Beauregard and from Pres. Davis. At
close of war engaged in cotton business in New Or-
leans; later removed to N. Y. City and became a mem.
Cotton Exchange. Appt'd by Mayor W. R. Grace, 1885,
to position In office of comm'r of accounts, later be-
coming chief clerk; appt'd comm'r of accounts, 1893
and 1898; and by Mayor Low, 1901; has been active in
local Dem. politics; was largely instrumental in
founding the Confederate Veteran Camp of N. Y. Ad-
dress: 60 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 11, 1874; s. William
Henry and Mary Lavinia (Brooks) Owen; grad. Yale
Univ. A.B., 1897; A.M., 1899; Gen. Theol. Sem., NY.
City, B n., 1903. Was ass't minister St. Thomas' Ch.,
N Y City, 1901-1906; since, rector Trinity Lh., Mt.
Vernon N. Y. ; has traveled extensively in U. S., Eu-
rope and Canada. Progressive; Episcopalian. Mem.
Sons of Revolution, Soc. Colonial Wars, N. Y Church-
man's Ass'n; Mt. Vernon Ministers' Assn; Municipal
Art Comm'n City of Mt. Verson, Mt Vernon Bd of
Ed'n; trustee Church Temperance Soc. Recreation.
Gen. outdoor sports. Club: Yale. Address: Trinity
Rectory, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.


Manufacturer; b. Marseilles, France, June 22, 1860;
s. Thomas and Louise Adeline (Brown) Oxnard; ed.
Latin School, Roxbury, Mass.. Harvard Coll., A.B.,
1882 Has devoted his efforts to the promotion of the
best' sugar industry, in which is very largely inter-
ested v-P and dir. Am. Beet Sugar Co.; dir. Oxnard
Construction Co. Pres. Beet Sugar Ass'n, protective
org'n which represents In its membership all the beet
sugar factories in U. S. Clubs: Union, University (N.
Y. City). Address: 32 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b Brunswick, Me., March 7, 1833: s.
Charles and Rebecca Prentice (Kent) Packard; ed.
Bowdoin Coll., (hon. A.M.); N Y. Med. Coll MD.;
also hon. M.D. Dartmouth Coll.; m. N. Y. City, Dec.

11, 1872, Elizabeth McLanathan. Engaged in med.
practice In N. Y. Cltv since graduation. Consulting
physician to St. Luke's Hosp. Mem. various med. so-
cieties and Century Ass'n. Address: 445 Park Av., N.
Y. City.


Justice Supreme Court; b. Carlinville, 111., Oct. 7,
1851); a. Charles and Angeline (Rider) Page; ed.
Williams Coll., class of 1881; hon. A.M., 1907; Law
Sch., N. Y. Univ., LL.B., 1880; m. Brooklyn, N. Y..
April 27, 1880, Elizabeth M. Koe; children: Elizabeth
M., b. 1889; Marjorie, b. 1897. Practised law, N. Y.
City, until 1910; elected Justice of Supreme Court, Jan.
1910, for term expiring Dec, 1923. Att'y B'd of Excise,
1895, State Dep't of Excise. 189H-1900; mem. N. Y.
State Senate, 1905-1909; Republican County Com.
Kings County, 1887-1890; N. Y. County, 1894-1910.
Delegate to Nat. Conv., 1908, and to all State Convs.,
1894-1908; placed Charles E. Hughes in nomination
for gov., 1908. While in Senate, introduced Public
Service Comm'n Daw, Mortgage Tax Law, Eighty
Cent Gas Law (which subsequently defended Con-
stitutionality In U. S. Court), and Eight Hour Child
Labor Law. Republican. Mem. Dutch Reformed Ch.
Mem. Chi Psi fraternity. Mason. Dir. Oratorio Soc.
Cluts: Republican, Harlem Republican, Masonic.
Residence: 2202 Loring PI. Address: County Court
House, N. Y. City.


Editor, publishei; b. Aberdeen, N. C, Sept. 10, 1883;
s. Walter H. and Alice (Wilson) Page; grad. Harvard
Coll., A.B.; m. June 1, 1912, Mollie W. Hall; one d.:
Mollie, b. March 17, 1913. Dir. Doubleday, Page & Co.
Mem. N. C. Soc, N. Y. Clubs: Harvard (N. Y.), Cos-
mos (Wash.). Residence (summer): Syosset, L.I., and
138 E. 40th St. Address: Doubleday, Page & Co.,
Garden City, L. I., N. Y.


Writer, lecturer, teacher; b. Greenwood, Mo., April
4, 1870; s. Benjamin Greely and Martha Frances (Hid-
den) Page; ed. Chester Acad., Pinkerton Acad., Derry,
N. H. ; grad. Phillips Exeter Acad., 18S7; Harvard, A.B.,
1890, A.M., 1891, Ph.D., 1894 (highest second year
honors in classics, highest final honors in modern
literature, hon. mention in French, etc., elected mem.
of Phi Beta Kappa); at Univ. of Paris, one year; Inst,
of Higher Studies, Florence. Instr. French, Western
Reserve Univ., Cleveland, O.; Univ. Extension lecturer
on English literature; instr. French, Harvard Univ.,
tutor, lecturer, and prof. Romance languages and
literatures, Columbia Univ.; prof, of English literature
Northwestern Univ.; now prof, of English Language
and Literature, Dartmouth Coll. Has traveled exten-
sively in Europe and the Orient. Author of verses,
essays and stories in the Century, Harper's, Scrib-'s, Independent, Bookman, Critic, Poet Lore. Put-
nam's, Appleton's. etc.; Songs and Sonnets of Pierre
de Ronsard translated into English in original metres
(Houghton, Mifflin), 1903, Editor: Cyrano de Berge-
rac's Vovage to the Moon, with life of Cyrano, etc.,
1899; The Lives, Heroic Deeds and Sayings of Gar-
gantua and His Son Pantagruel, by Francis Rabelais,
with introductory essay, notes, etc. (Putnam), 1905;
British Poets of the Nineteenth Century; Words-
worth, Coleridge, Sott, Byron, Shelley, Keats, Landor,
Tennyson, the Brownings. Clough, Arnold, Rossettl,
Morris, Swinburne, 1904 (B. H. Sanborn); The Chief
American Poets: Bryant, Poe, Emerson, Longfellow,
Whittier, Holmes;, Lowell, Whitman, Lanier, with
notes, reference lists and biog. essays (Houghton,
Mifflin), 1905; Moliere; The Affected Misses, Don Juan,
Tartuffe, The Misanthrope, The Doctor by Compul-
sion, The Miser, The Tradesman Turned Gentleman,
The Learned Ladles; a new Translation, the verse
plays being for the first time rendered into English
verse (Putnam), 1908: The Golden Treasury of Amer-
ican Songs and Lyrics (Macmillan), 1913: formerly
asso. editor Poet Lore and asso. editor The Path-
finder; co-editor of Putnam's series of French Classics
for English Readers. Mem. Modern Language Ass'n,
Delta Upsilon fraternity; life mem. Harvard Union.
Trustee Gilmanton (N. H.), Acad.; formerly treas. The
Concordance Soc. Clubs: Century, Faculty of Colum-
bia Univ. Cliff Dwellers (Chicago). University (Evans-
ton), Authors' (London. En?.). Address: The Century
Club, 7 W. 43d St., N. Y. City.


Retired merchant; b. Haverhill, Mass., May 10, 1S36;
s Henry A. and Maria (Clarke) Page; grad. Sheffield
Special partner Holbrook, Corey & Co., 1912. Council-
Orange N. J.. 1883, Cornelia Lee; children: Leigh, b.
1SS4- Allen Starr, b. 1888; Phyllis, b. 1893. Partner
Faulkner, Page & Co., 1884, senior partner from 1900



until retirement Dec. 31, l'Jll (firm established 1S34).
Special partner Holbrook, Corey & Co., 1012. Council-
man Borough of Oakland, Bergen Co., N. J., 1902-
190S; mayor, 1910-1911; recorder, 1912. Pres. South
Orange & Maplewood Traction Co.; treas. Montrose
Realty & Improvement Co., Vygeberg Co. Independent
Democrat; mem. Dem. County Com. Bergen Co., N. J.
Fellow Royal Statistical Soc, of G. B. ; mem. Society
d'Economie Sociale of Paris, N. Y. Hist. Soc, Am.
Economic Ass'n, Am. Social Science Ass'n, A.A.A.S.,
Acad, of Pollt. Science; Am. Sociol. Ass'n; pres. Mer-
chants' Protective Ass'n; dir. 1S9S-1913, Merchants'
Club; v.-p. Nat. Soc. of Craftsmen; dir. Merchants'
Ass'n Of N. Y., and chm'n of its Com. on Commercial
law; dir. People's Inst.; mem. Chamber of Commerce,
Gov. Hughes Comm'n on Speculation in Commodities
and Securities. 19U9, of the N. J. State Comm'n on the
care of Mental Defectives, 1013. Lecturer on the
Ethics of Business, Sheffield Scientific Sen., 190S-1911.
Recreations: Farming, canoeing, walking, forestry,
fishing, writing, studying, art and sociology. Clubs:
Merchants, National Arts (gov.), Century, City, North
Woods, (trustee). Residence: Oakland, N. J. Address:
31 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Washington, D. C, April 25, 1856; s.
Charles Grafton and Priscilla Sewall (Webster) Page;
grad. Harvard Univ., A.B., 1S77; National Univ., LL.B.,
1880; m. Summit, N. J., Nov. 20, 1889, Nellie Augusta
Hayes; children: Helen Cecil, b. Aug. 29, 1890; Lois Lee,
b. July 26, 1S95. Mem. firm Kerr, Page, Cooper &
Hayward; counsel in patent litigation for Westing-
house Cos., Gen. Electric Co., Motion Picture Patent
Co., Nat. Cash Register Co., Tesla Co., Union Carbide
Co. and manv others. Has held local and state offices
in N. J. Independent; Episcopalian. Trustee Con-
valescent Home, Summit, N. J. Recreations: Golf,
hunting, sailing. Clubs: Metropolitan (Washington,
D. C), Harvard (N. Y. and N. J.), Harvard (Boston),
Baltusrol Golf, Canoe Brook Country, numerous hunt-
ing and fishing clubs. Residence: 21 Edgewood Road,
Summit, N. J. Address: 149 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Editor, publisher, diplomat; b. Cary, N. C, Aug. 15,
1855; s. A. F. Page; grad. Randolph-Macon Coll.; fel-
low Johns Hopkins Univ.; m. Alice Wilson, of Michi-
gan; 3 sons, 1 daughter. Editor of Forum (N. Y.),
1890-1895; Atlantic Monthly, 1896-1899; of The World's
Work, 1900-1913. Mem. firm Doubleday, Page & Co.,
publishers. U. S. Ambassador to Court of St. James's
since 1913. Author: The Rebuilding of Old Common-
wealths; The Southerner. Clubs: University, Nat.
Arts, Authors. Address: Am. Embassy, London, Eng-


Life assurance; b. Branford, Conn., April 27, 1836; s.
Andrew S. and Mary (Hobart) Page; ed. public schs.

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