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and East Windsor Hill Acad., Conn.; prepared for Yale
Coll., blit did not enter on account of failing health:
m. Springfield, Mass., Oct. 2, 1860, Josephine A.Upson;
children: Mary Adele (wife of Prof. Gerard Hallock,
prop'r and principal Hallock Sch., Great Barrington,
Mass.), Augusta Louise. Student and clerk in phar-
macy, 1852-1859; conducted a retail store in Brooklyn,
1S59-1862; gen'l ag't, afterward mg'r Kings Co., N. Y..
for Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co. of Newark, 1862-1865.
Since 1865 gen. agent Equitable Life Assurance Soc.
of U. S., having served in N. Y. City nearly 50 years;
dean of agency forces, mg'r Met. Dist. and mem. B'd
of mg'rs. Mem. N. E. Soc, Life Underwriters Ass'n
of N. Y., Brooklyn League. Ruling elder in Classon
Av. Presby'n Ch., Brooklyn (one of founders). Club:
Canadian. Residence: 397 Grand Av., Brooklyn. Ad-
dress: 149 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer: b. Paris, France, Jan. 2, 1861; s. William
Hussey and Nancy Hills (Jenkins) Page; ed. Boston
Latin Sch., Boston, Mass., Harvard Coll., A.B., 1883,
Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 1886; m. N. Y. City, Jan. 2,
1888, Blanche Page; children: Richard Marshall, b.
1888; William Kingman, b. 1890; Douglas Jenkins, b.
1894; Donald Ormsby, b. 1895; Blanche, b. 1898; John
Harvard, b. 1908. Engaged in practise of law in N. Y.
City. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: Harvard,
Nat. Democratic. Lawyers, Automobile of America,
Somerset Hills Country, Aero Club of America. N. Y.
Athletic (pres.). Residence: 47 W. 74th St., N. Y. City;
(summer): Far Hills, N. J. Address: 32 Liberty St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Bridgeport, Conn., Feb. 28, 1854: s. John
O. Paige; ed. Russels Mil. Acad., Yale Law Sch., LL.B.,

1S81; m. Shelton, Conn., Dec 15, 1888, Lizzie D. Dudley;
children: Marian D., to. 1892; Aline E., b. 1897. Ad-
mitted to Conn. Bar, 1881; later to N. Y. Bar; always
resident of Connecticut; for several years practised
in N. Y. City and Bridgeport. Pres. Security Cement
& Lime Co., Derby Rubber Co., Nazareth Cement Co.;
dir. Automatic Refrigerating Co., Am. Gas and Elec
Co., Conn. R'y and Lighting Co., Internat. Banking
Corp'n, Internat. Bank, Pequonnock Nat. Bank, Kock-
ville Gas and Elec. Co. Several times elected mem.
Conn. House .of Representatives (speaker 1891);
fleeted to Conn. Senate and was chm'n Judiciary Com.
of the Assembly, 1905. Republican; Congregationalist.
Club: Union League (N. Y. City). Residence: Bridge-
port, Conn. Address: 60 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Schenectady, N. Y., April 11, 1880; s. John
Keyes and Janet McClelland (Franchot) Paige; grad.
Union Coll., A.B., Albany Law Sch., LL.B. Episcopa-
lian. Mem. Sigma Phi fraternity. Recreations: Tennis,
golf, music, all outdoor sports (on Varsity football,
baseball, track and basketball teams at coll.). Clubs:
Racquet & Tennis, St. Nicholas, Rockaway Hunting,
Turf and Field. Residence: 7 W. 44th St. Address: 49
Wall St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Holden, Mass., 1846; s. Rev. William
Pomeroy and Sarah (Mack) Paine; ed. public schools.
Poly. Inst., Brooklyn, N. Y.; grad. Williston Sem., East
Hampton, Mass., Amherst Coll., A.B., 1871, A.M., 1874;
Coll. Phys. and Surg., Columbia, N. Y., M.D., 1875; m.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1883. Carrie P. Ashmead; one
son: Arthur Preston, b. Aug. 20, 1886. House physician
and surgeon, Brooklyn Hosp., 1874-1875; attending
surgeon, Brooklyn Orthopaedic Infirmary; attending
physician, Helping Hand Dispensary; attending phy-
sician, Atlantic Av. Dispensary, 1874-1886, Brook-
lyn Hosp., since 1879, and pres. professional staff; mem.
council and consulting physician. L. I. Coll. Hosp. Re-
publican. Mem. and trustee Clinton Av. Cong'l Ch.,
Brooklyn. Mem. Kings Co. Med. Soc, N. Y. State Med.
Ass'n, Am. Med. Acad., Physicians' Mutual Aid Ass'n,
Brooklyn Pathol. Soc. Club: Brooklyn University
(founder, charter mem. and mem. council since
foundation). Address: 379 Washington Av., Brook-
lyn, N. Y.


Merchant; m. Charlotte M. Bedell; one son: Augustus
G., Jr. Mem. firm A. G. Paine & Co.; pres. and dir. N.
Y. & Pa. Co.; pres., mg'r and dir. McDonald Electro-
lytic Co.; treas. and dir. Yaryan Co.; v.-p. and dir. Co-
lumbia-Knickerbocker Trust Co.; trustee N. Y. Life
Ins. Co.; pres. Armstrong Real Estate Improvement
Co., Johnsonburg Nat. Bank, Hanover Land and Dock
Co., Highland Paper Co. Clubs: Union League, Mer-
chants, N. Y. Athletic. Address: 200 Fifth Av., N. Y.


Capitalist; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 19, 1866; s. Augustus G.
and Charlotte M. Paine; ed. in N. Y. and Europe; m.
Philadelphia, 1890, Maud Eustis Potts. V.-p., gen. mg'r
and dir. N. Y. & Pa. Co.; pres. and dir. Highland Paper
Co.; v.-p. and dir. McDonald Electrolytic Co.; di-r.
Armstrong Real Estate Improvement Co., Consumers'
Gas & Heat Co.. Johnsonburg Water Co.; mem. A. G.
Paine & Co. Address: 200 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Banker; to. Rochester, N. Y.; s. Nicholas E. and Abby
M. (Sprague) Paine; attended Rochester Collegiate
Inst, (valedictorian), 1864; Williams Coll., Rochester
Univ., A.B., 1868; LL.D.. Manhattan Coll., 1886; George
Washington Univ., 1908; m. 1st, N. Y. City, April 6.
1888, Ruby S., d. Henry A. Tilden (she died Dec. 20,
1896); 2nd, Fall River, Mass., July 18, 1900, Virginia C.
d. Eliphalet S. Brown. Studied law in office of Sanford
E. Church (afterward chief justice of Court of Ap-
peals), and admitted to bar 1869; appt'd 1874, and re-
appt'd 1875, one of trust company examiners of State
of N. Y., with result of closing three in N. Y. City
whose debts to depositors aggregated over $6,000,000;
receiver of Bond St. (formerly Atlantic) Savings Bank,
1876, whose failure was, with three exceptions, largest
of its kind in this country. Succeeded in paying gen.
creditors 86 per cent, and the preferred creditors in
full; at the end of the trust, received the thanks of
Court and was presented with engrossed complimen-
tary resolutions by permanent com. of depositors.
Appt'd with William Dowd, 1880, comm'r to comply
and revise banking laws of N. Y., which revision was
enacted, 1882, and received for same, In 1883, first vote
of thanks given by N. Y. Legislature since Civil War.
The comm'n expended less than one-half the sum ap-



propriated by Legislature for the work, and balance is
now to credit of comm'rs in State Treasury; the
comm'rs served without pay. Sup't Banking Dep't
State of N. Y., 1SS3-18S9, resigning to become pres. The
State Co.; resigned to travel around the world. Ten-
dered in 1885, by Pres. Cleveland, position of sub-treas.
at N. Y but declined; was also pres. The Trust Co. of
N. Y., and 'Merchants' Safe Deposit Co. Was pres. Con-
solidated Nat. Bank of N. Y. City, which position re-
signed and took second tour around world. V.-p. U. S.
Fire Ins. Co.; trustee Met. Savings Bank, and other
corp'ns. Author: Paine's Banking Laws (six editions);
Paine's Building and Loan Associations; Summary of
Failed Savings Banks (two editions). Served as col.
on staff of Gov. Flower. One of organizers Trust Co.
section of Am. Bankers' Ass'n; one of two originators
of Savings Bank section of same ass'n, and served as
mem. exec, com.; addressed con vs. of ass'ns on three
different occasions, taking as su'bjects "The Currency
Question," "The Examination of Financial Institu-
tions," and "Failed Savings Banks." Mem. Am. Bar
Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, N. Y. County Bar Ass'n,
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Soc. Mayflower Descendants,
Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Chamber of Commerce; pres.
Graduate Ass'n Theta Delta Chi fraternity. Clubs:
Metropolitan, Tuxedo, Lawyers, Nat. Arts and N. Y.
Sculpture. Residence: Plaza Hotel. Address: 334 Fifth
Av., N. Y. City.


Mf'r; b. Kingston, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1866; s. Henry W.
and Anna M. (Pine) Palen; ed. public sens, of King-
ston, N. Y., and Eastman's Business Coll.; m. April 14.
1887, Florence L. Humphrey; one son, Henry W., b.
1893. Pres. H. W. Palen's Sons. Republican; Method-
ist. Mem. Holland Soc, S.A.R., Masonic fraternities.
Club: Kingston. Address: 464 Riverside Drive, N. Y.


(Lawyer; t>. Brockport, N. Y., 1878; s. John and Eliza-
beth Pallace; ed. public schools; grad. Brockport Nor-
mal Sen., Albany Law Sch., LL.B., 1901; unmarried.
Since 1901 engaged in active practice of law, partner-
ship iwith Hon. Henry Morgan, at Brockport, N. Y.;
active Democrat; elected chm'n Dem. Co. Com. of Mon-
roe County, 1901; elected mem. Assembly from 4th As-
sembly Dist. of Monroe Co., 1902; re-elected in 1903 by
increased plurality, being first Democrat who ever suc-
ceeded himself in State Legislature from that dist.;
nominated by Dem. State Conv. at Saratoga, 1904, for
Sec of State, but defeated with rest of State ticket;
nominated to State Senate iby Gov. John A. Dix, 1911,
for appm't as State Sup t of Elections, and elected.
Residence: Brockport, N. Y. Address: 501 Cutler Bld'g,
Rochester, N. Y.


Clergyman, .State Senator; b. Frenchtown, N. J., Jan.
18, 1847; s. Rev. Abraham M. and Mary E. (Baldwin)
Palmer. Entered Civil War at age of 14 and served as
private, Co. D, 48th N. Y. Reg't for over three years,
confined in Confederate prisons nine months; grad.
Wesleyan Univ., D.D., Middletown, class of 1870, and
entered Methodist ministry; m. 1874, Emma T. Lacy;
children: Agnes, Helen, Dudley, Gerald, John L. Was
presiding elder N. Y., New-burgh and Poughkeepsie
dists. Built the First Ch., Yonkers, N. Y., Park Av.
Ch. and St. Paul's Ch., N. Y. City. Missionary sec M.
E. Ch. having special charge of missions in China, 4
years; hon. sec. Evangelical Alliance of U. S., 4 years;
chm'n 2 gen. conf. comm'ns, Omaha, Neb., 1892, and
Cleveland, O., 1896; sec. com. at gen. conf. N. Y., 1SS8.
Editor World Wide Missions. Author: History of the
48th N. Y. Reg't. Practically retired from ministry,
1907, and devoted time to fruit culture. Elected State
Senator from 27th Senatorial Dist., 1912. Rep. Nat.
Progressive. Ohm'n Andersonville Dedication Comm'n.
Address: Milton, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. East Orange, N. J., April 15, 1SS0; e.
Albert W. and Susan L. (Hansell) Palmer; grad. Yale
Coll., B.A., 1901; N. Y. Law Sch.; m. E. Orange, N. J..
Oct. 5, 1904, Florence M. Decker. Admitted to bar of
N. Y., 1903; since that time engaged in practice of law
in firm of Palmer & Series. Dir. Commonwealth Trust
Co of N. Y. Republican. Mem. Hope Lodge 124, F.
and A. M. (of E. Orange), Orange Chapter 23 R. A. M.
(of Orange, N. J.), Jersey Commandery 19, K. T. (of
East Orange). Recreation: Fishing. Clubs: Yale (N.
Y. City); Republican (East Orange), Graduates Ass'n
(New Haven, Conn.). Residence: Orange, N. J. Ad-
dress: 46 Cedar St., N. Y. City.


Author; b. Elmira, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1854; d. James Bar-
bour and Sally I'eck (Carpenter) Campbell; ed. public
and private schools in Elmira and Ithaca, N. Y. ; m.
Elmira, N. Y., September 28, 1880, George Archibald
Palmer; two daughters. Has held editorial positions
on Elmira Telegram and Elmira Advertiser; was edi-
tor Young Men's Journal (Y. M. C. A. magazine), and
Key-Note, a musical and social magazine; has done
large amount of work for newspapers of all sorts,
and contributed to Judge, The Youth's Campanion,
Harper's Bazar, Ladies' Home Journal, Delineator and
other publications. Use the pen-name "Mrs. George
Archibald," but later added husband's surname. Au-
thor: The Summerville Prize, 1890; A Little Brown
Seed, 1891; Lady Gay, 1891; Lady Gay and Her Sister,
1892; A Dozen Good Times, 1S93; Three Times Three
(in collaboration); Joel Dorman Steele (biography),
1900. Methodist. Has been allied to various clubs
and philanthropies in Elmira. Address: Elmira, N. Y.


Secretary B'd of Ed'n, City of N. Y.; t>. Winterton,
Sullivan Co., N. Y 1853; s. Daniel W. and Miriam
(Buchanan) Palmer; grad. Wesleyan Univ., A.B., 1874,
A.M.; married; one d. : Mary D. Connected with N. Y.
Tribune as reporter and editor, 1874-1898; ass't editor
New Princeton Review and North American Review,
1888-1892; elected sec. B'd of Ed'n of Greater N. Y.,
Feb., 1898. Author: The New York Public School, a
history of public education in the City (Macmillan),
1904. Contb'r of prose and verse to magazines and
journals. Mem. Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. Resi-
dence (country): Winterton, N. Y. Address: 68 Mon-
tague St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


, Journalist; ib. Pleasantville, Pa., Jan. 29, 1873; s.
Amos F. and Amy C. Palmer; ed. Allegheny Coll., Pa.;
m. London, England, 1896, Elsie M. Wilbor. Engaged
in newspaper work and represented N. Y. papers as
correspondent; went to Greek War in 1S97, thence to
Alaska and to the Philippines in 1898, returning with
Admiral Dewey in 1899; went back to the Philippines
as correspondent, and from there with the Allied
Forces on expd'n for relief of Peking, 1900; returned
via Trans-Siberian R'y, in 1901, and later returned to
East as correspondent of Collier's Weekly with Ku-
roJki's Army. Author: Going to War with Greece; In
the Klondike; The Ways of Service; The Vagabond
(novel); With Kuroki in Manchuria; Lucy of the Stars.
Address: 224 W. 52d St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Victor, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1S5S; s. Jedediah
William (M D.) and Mary Mulford (Osborne) Palmer;
ed. Brockport Normal Sch., one year in Rochester
Univ.; grad. Hamilton Coll., 1881, D.D., 1902; grad. Au-
burn Theol. Sem., 1888; m. Fulton, N. Y., 1897. Anna
Mae Bristol; children: Almon Bristol, b. 1901, Freder-
ick Wright, b. 1906. Teacher in Penn Yan Acad.. 1881-
1SS3; prin. Franklin Acad., Prattsburg, N. Y., 1883-1885;
pastor Reformed Ch., Interlaken, N. Y., 1SS8-1S93; Cen-
tral Presby'n Ch., Auburn, N. Y.. since 1893. Progres-
sive Republican. Mem. Emerson Literary Soc. Ham-
ilton Coll. Occasional contb'ns to periodicals. Author:
With the Sorrowing, 1905 (F. H. Revell Co.). Recrea-
tions: Summer cottage and golf. Clu'b: Owasco Coun-
try. Address: Auburn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 9, 1859; s. Lucius N.
and Anna (Culbert) Palmer; grad. Adelphi Acad., 1878;
Yale, A.B., 1882; Columbia, B.L., 1884; m. Dec. 4, 1889,
Mary Eagle; children: William Eagle, b. 1S91, J. Cul-
bert, Jr., b. 1897. Mem. firm Lindsay, Kalish & Palmer.
Republican; Pres'by'n. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.,
Sons of Revolution. Clubs: University, Yale, Ardsley,
Graduates (New Haven). Residence: 840 Park Av.
Address: 27 William St., N. Y. City.


Retired merchant, philanthropist; b. Liverpool, Eng-
land, April 25, 1S5S; s. Martin and Augusta Palmer;
ed. in private and public schools, and Coll. City of N.
Y., A.B. Mem. Allied Real Estate B'd: mem. Masonic
fraternity, Chapter, and 32 Scottish Rite. Was mem.
Medico-Legal Inst., Hon. sec. Children's Sanitarium;
Second lieut. with the Nat. Vol. Emergency Service
Med. Corps; mem. Society of Science, Letters and Art,
London, England: devotee of literature and has ex-
tensive library. Mem. of many charitable org'ns.
Address: 312 W. 102d St., N. Y. City.




Lawyer; b. in Orange Co., N, V., Feb. 20, 1877; s.
Richard H. ami Anna C. (Dickinson) Palmer; grad.
Walden High Sen., ls:2. Ithaca High Sch., 1893, Cornell
Univ., Ph.B., LL..B., Is97. Pres. and dir. First Nat.
Bank of Croton N. v.. Croton Realty Co., Croton Secu-
rities Co., West side Mortgage c... of X. Y., Seventh A\
\- 1 I th St. Corpn, Securities Co. of Brooklyn; Palmer
Realty Co., Croton Docks Co.; treas. and dir. Common-
wealth Securities Co.; v. -p. and dir. X. Y. Speedway
Stable Co., Lookwooj Trade Journal Co., Tobacco Trade
Journal Co.; sec. Brunswick Site Co.; dir. N. Y. Archi-
tectural Terra Cotta Co., J. C. Engine Co., Wealherbee
& Wood, Hamilton Corp'n. Mem. Astor Lodge, F. an. I
A. M. Clubs: Army and Navy. Cornell University, l'lii
Delta Phi. Shattemuc Y'acht, Masonic. Address: 6S
William St., N. Y. City.


Engaged in banking and operation o public utili-
ties; b. Chicago, ail., 1880; s. John W. and Flora E.
(Hooker) Palmer; attended Oak Park (111.) High Sch.,
Williams Coll.; m. Somerville, Mass., Aug. 2S, 1912,
Grace E. Burroughs. In operating dep't of Central R.
R. of N. J., until 1906; later with Metropolitan St. R'y
Co., appt'd ass't to gen. mg'r, 190S. supt. of transporta-
tion in charge of transportation dep't, April, 1909, re-
signed Nov. 1, 1912. and became associated with org'n
of Harrison Williams. Episcopalian. Mem. Sigma Phi
Soc, hon. mem. Alumni Soc. of Williams Coll., mem.
Williams Alumni Ass'n of X. Y., Am. Electric R'y
Ass'n (mem. Standard Rules Com. I. Recreation: Ten-
nis. Club: Engineers. Residence: 42 Bank St. Ad-
dress: 60 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Sup't of schools; b. Virginia City, Nev., June 9, 1864;

rtepuoncan. -sec. interiaKe council or scnooi-
men. Recreation: Yachting. Club: Keuka Y'acht. Ad-
dress: Penn Y'an, N. T.


Artist; b. Albany, N. Y., Aug. 1, 1854; s. Erastus Dow
and Mary (Seaman) Palmer; pupil of F. E. Church,
Hudson, N. Y., and Carolus Duran, Paris; m. Dec. 26,
1S95. Zoe de V. Wyndham, of Cockermouth. England;
one d.: Beatrice Wyndham. b. Nov. 14, 1903. Best
known as painter of winter scenes. Honors received:
Hallgarten prize, N. Y. City. 1887; medal, World's Fair,
Chicago, 1893; gold medal, Philadelphia, 1894; Evans
prize, N. Y. City, 1895; first prize, Boston, 1895; second
prize, Nashville Centennial, 1S97; hon. mention, Paris,
1900; silver medal, Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Charles-
ton, 1902; silver medal, La. Purchase Exp'n, St. Louis,
1904; silver medal, Philadelphia. 1907. Trustee Albany
Hosp., Albany Med. Coll., Albany Rural Cemetery.
Republican. Academician Nat. Acad, of Design since
1S97; mem. Soc. Am. Artists, Am. Water Color Soc.
Club: Century. Address: 5 Lafayette St., Albany, N. Y.


Historian, librarian; b. N. Y. City, July 12, 1867; s.
William Thomas and Sidonia Ida (Loose) Paltsits; ed.
in public and private schs. of N. Y. City, 1872-1881;
Scientific course. Cooper Inst., 1882-1SS6; German,
Latin, Greek, Spanish and French at high schs. and
by private tuition, and Coptic at Columbia Univ.;
m. N. Y. City, July 21, 1891; children: Florence, b. June
24. 1S92: Victor John, b. June 30 1S96. Connected with
Lenox Library, 18SS-1907: ass't in reading-room, 1890:
sub-librarian, 1S93-1907, title being changed to ass't
librarian in 1S96; nominated July 15 and 'comm'd July
24, 1907, by Gov. Hughes, State historian of N. T.
Editor: The Journal of Capt. William Pote, Jr., 1745-
1847 (N. Y., 1896); Papers Relating to the Siege of
Charleston, 1780 (Charleston, 1898); Captivity of Capt.
John Gyles, 1689-1697 (in preparation); Rev. John
Miller's New York Considered and Improved, 1695
(Cleveland, 1903); Captivity of Nehemiah How (Cleve-
land. 1904). On editorial staff as biographical adviser
of Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents, 73 vols.
I Cleveland, 1896-1901); revised Vols. III. and V. of
Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography, edition
of 1898, and furnished 88 biographical sketches for
same. Author: Contributions to Bibliography of the
Lettres Ediflantes (Cleveland, 1900); Bibliography of
the Separate and Collected Works of Philip Freneau
(N. Y., 1903); Scheme for the Conquest of Canada in
1746 (Worcester, 1905); The Depredation at Pemaquid
in August. 1689 (Portland, 1905); The Almanacs of
Roger Sherman (Worcester, 1907); exhaustive bibliog-
raphies of the works of Father Louis Hennepin, of
the Lewis & Clark Expedition, ant, of editions of La-

hontan's Voyages and of Nicolas Denys, Chretien l.e
Clercq, etc.; also articles in magazines and series on
hist, and bibliog. subjects; critical adviser on nist.
Illustration, etc., for Avery's History of i nited states
(to be 15 vols); has co-opei al<<. extensively with much
of the bibliog. and hist, work done by others In U. S.
and Canada. Edited officially for State of N. Y.;
Minutes of Comm'rs for defecting and defeating Con-
spiracies. 1778-1881 (Alb., 1909-1910), 3 vols.; Minutes
of Exec. Council, 1668-1873 (Alb., 1910), 2 vols. Pro-
gressive. Mem. Am. Antiq. Soc, Am. Anthropol. Ass'n,
A.A.A.S. (fellow), Am. Ethnol. Soc. (fellow), Am. Hist.
Ass'n "(Com. on Bibliog. 1907, on Public Archives
Comm'n since 1908, and chm'n 1913); Bibliog. Soc. of
Am. (Publication Com., 1906-1909. Bulletin Com., 1907-
1909); Bibliog. Soc. of England, Maine Hist. Soc.
(corr.), N. J. Hist. Soc. (corr.), N. Y. Hist. Soc, N. Y.
Library Club (pres., 1907-190S; v. -p., 1906-1907; treas.,
1905-1906); N. Y. State Hist. Ass'n (trustee); Prince
Soc. (Boston), Herkimer Co. Hist. Soc (hon.); Mont-
gomery Co. Hist. Soc. (hon); Schenectady Co. Hist.
Soc. (hon.); Ticonderoga Hist. Soc. (hon.); mem. of
Royal Ancanum; pres. Bronx Sunday Sch. Ass'n, 1905-
1907; councillor and one of founders Bronx Soc. Arts
and Sciences. IRecreation: Angling. Residence: 1855
Morris Aw, N. Y. City.


Journalist and author; b. St. Albans, Vt., March 7,
1855; s. Zebina Kellogg and Harriet (Wood) Pang-born;
ed. in public schs., Malone, N. Y., and Jersey City, N. J.;
Hasbrouck Inst., Jersey City; Yale Coll., A.B. 1876; m.
Jersey City, N. J., May 21, 1877, Mary Lushing Clark.
Engaged in newspaper work after leaving college;
mn'g editor Jersey City Evening Journal, 1877-1895;
editor Godey's Magazine, 1895-1899; v. -p. N. Y. Yacht
Racing Ass'n. Dir. and auditor Jersey City Printing
Co.; dir. and treas. Jersey City Home for the Homeless,
1SS6-1893. Republican; sec. Rep. State Com. of N. J.
in campaign of 1876; delegate to Cong. Conv. Hudson
County, 1886. Author: Alice, 18S3; Perdida, 1899; Thou
Art the Man, 1900; The Silent Maid, 1903; In Varied
Moods (poems), 1906; also contb'r to the magazines.
Clubs: Yale, Twilight (N. Y. City), Cosmos. Lincoln
Jersey City Yacht '(Jersey City). Address: 316 W.'
95th St., N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; b. Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 25, 1853;
s. Dr. Walter and Almira M. (Bennett) Pardee; ed.
private and public schs., Coll. City of N. Y., N. Y. Univ.
Med. Dep't, hon. certificate, 1873; N. Y. Medical Coll.,
diploma, M.D., 1S75; Loomis certificate for special work
in Bellevue, 1873; m. Oct. 10, 1882, Beverly, N. J., Clara
Bigelow Burton; children: Herold E.B., b. Dec. 11, 1886;
Gertrude B.. b. July 9, 1890; Irving H., b. Jan. 26, 1892.
Ass't physician-N. Y. Univ. Dispensary, 1S74, at Roches-
ter, N. Y., in railroad surgical work, 1875-1876; visit-
ing physician Homce. Hosp., Ward's Island, Dep't Char-
ities and Corrections, 1890-1893; visiting physician
Metropolitan Hosp., Blackwell's Island Dep't Charities
and Correction, 1893-1S97; ha3 written various med.
essays. Was appt'd public school insp. by Mayor
Strong. Republican; Congregationalism Senior mem.
Am. Inst. Homoeopathy; mem. N. Y. County Homce.
Med. Soc; mem. Soc. Mayflower Descendants and Soic
Colonial Wars; direct descendant from Elder William
Brewster, of Mayflower, and Gov. William Bradford,
Gov. of PI .mouth Colony. Address: 74 W. 48th St
X. Y. City.


Coal operator; s. Calvin and Mary (Day) Pardee;
ed. at Andover and Y'ale Coll. Treas. C. Pardee Works,
Perth Amboy: dir. Pardee Bros. & Co., Inc.; Black-
wood Coal & Coke Co. Progressive. Mem. Metropoli-
tan Museum of Art. Clubs: Huntingdon Valley Coun-
try, Germantown Cricket, White Marsh Hunt. Mark-
ham. Residences: 36 W. 59th St., and Churchill Hall,
White Marsh, Pa. Addresses: 527 Fifth Av., N. Y.
City, and 447 Drexel BId'g, Philadelphia, Pa.


Banker, mining eng'r; b. Hazleton, Pa., May 12, 1852;
s. Ario and Anna M. (Robison) Pardee; ed. Blooms-
burg, Pa. Charr.bersburg Acad., Lafayette Coll., E.M.
1874; M. S., 1877; m. Buffalo. N. Y., Feb. 28, 1889, Alice
Lee; children: James Lee. b. 1891; Charles Marvin, b.
1894: Helen Lee, b. 1895. Chemist Port Oram Iron
Works, Port Oram, N. J., 1875; ass't sup't Musconet-
cong Iron Works, 1882, and treas. and gen. mg'r Syra-
cuse Iron Works until 1S94; pres. Hazleton Nat. Bank
since 1894; pres. Hazleton Iron Works since 1898. Dir.
Hanover Fire Ins. Co., Dickerson Mining Co. of N. J.,
Pardee & Curtain Lumber Co. of W. Va., Anthracite
Separator Co., Pa.; treas. Secaucus Iron Co. Republi-
can; Presby'n. Mem. Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs, mem.

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