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librarian of the Boston Public Library. 1895-1S99;
Minneapolis Public Li'brary, 18S7-1891; admitted to
Minnesota bar, 1886; bar of Suffolk County, Mass.,
1892, and practised law in Boston, 1892-1895. Was
librarian of the Boston Public Library, 1895-1899;
pres. Massachusetts Library Club, 1896-1S97; pres.
Am. Library Ass'n in 189S and 1903-1904; mem. B'd
of Overseers of Harvard Univ., 1902-1906. Represented
the U. S. as a delegate to the Internat. Library Conf.,
London, in 1897; mem. Administrative B'd of Con-
gress of Arts and Science, La. Purchase Exp'n. Au-
thor: Various articles in magazines and periodicals
and in professional journals. Clubs: Tavern (Bos-
ton), City (N. Y.), Cosmos and Chevy Chase (Wash-
ington). Address: Library of Congress, Washing-
ton, D. C.


Publisher; b. Staten Island, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1852; s.
George Palmer and Victorine (Haven) Putnam; ed.
John MacMullen's Sch., N. Y. City, Columbia Gram-
mar Sch., Amherst Coll., for 3 years, class of 1872,
did not graduate, leaving college to go into busi-
ness; m. N. Y. City, June 20, 1878, Emma Louise
Brock; children: Sidney Haven, b. 1879; Edmund
Whitman, b. 18S2; Avis, b. 1884; Brock, b. 1887; Eliza-
beth, b. 1903. Entered house of G. P. Putnam's Sons
in 1871 and has been there ever since, now being
sec. Dir. The Knickerbocker Press. Independent in
politics. Mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Re-
creations: Walking, wheeling. Club: Manhattan.
Address: 2 W. 45th St., N. Y. City.


Publisher; b. Staten Island, N. Y., 1847; s. George
Palmer and Victorine (Haven) Putnam; school ed'n;
m. N. Y. City, 1882, Frances Faulkner; children:
Robert Faulkner, b. 1883; Victor Haven, b. 1885;
George Palmer, b. 1887. Mem. publishing firm of G.
P. Putnam's Sons for 35 years; now treas. Traveled
in Europe. Japan, etc., 1867. Pres. The Knicker-
bocker Press. Democrat in nat. politics; Unitarian.
Mem. Typothetse, Soc. Mechanics and Tradesmen.
Clubs: Union League, Am. Yacht. Residence: Rye,
N. Y. Address: 2 W. 45th St., N. Y. City.


Electrical eng'r; b. Rochester, N. Y., June 20, 1860;
s. Joseph and Mary J. (Moore) Putnam; ed. Rochester
public schools; m. La Porte, Ind., Dec. 30, 1885, Mary
L. Franklin; one son: Joseph Franklin, b. 1887.
Electrician Western Electric Co.'s N. Y. factory, 1878-

1881; mg'r telephone exchange Central Union Tele-
phone Co., Madison, lnd., and South Bend, Ind., 1881-
1S84; mg'r La Porte, Ind., and acting sup't construc-
tion Postal Telegraph Co., 1884-1889; ass't in physics
and lnstr. in elec. eng'ring Univ. of Mich., 1889-1890;
chief insp. Bell Telephone Co., Rochester; contracting
and consulting eng'r, 1890-1900; since 1900 in City
Eng'ring Bureau; now elec. eng'r ass't to' City Eng'r In
charge of testing Laboratory. Republican; Episco-
palian. Asso. mem. Am. Inst. Elec, Eng'rs; mem. Am.
Soc. Municipal Eng'rs, Rochester Eng'ring Soc. Mem.
Genesee Falls Lodge, F. & A. M., Hamilton Chapter,
R. A. M. Recreation: Amateur photography. Club:
Church (Rochester). Address: Rochester, N. Y.


Publisher; b. N. Y. City, Jan. 25, 1883; s. J. Bishop
and Frances Faulkner) Putnam; grad. Harvard
Univ., A.B., class 1905; m. N. Y. City, Oct. 5, 1907,
Inez Coralie Wilcox. Mg'r Edn'l Dep't of G. P. Put-
nam's Sons, since 1906, and ass't treas., since 1910.
Has travelled extensively in U. S. Dir. Knickerbocker
Press of New Rochelle, N. Y. Active in Wilson Coll.
Men's League of N. Y. City, and Men's League for
Woman Suffrage of N. Y. City; mem. Co. G, 7th Reg't,
N. G., N. Y. (treas.), and on recruiting and discipline
corns. Independent. Mem. Am. Publishers' Ass'n, Am.
Booksallers' League, 5th Av. Ass'n. Recreations: Ten-
nis, swimming, walking, fishing, shooting, athletics.
Clubs: 7th Reg't Tennis (pres.), 7th Reg't Rifle, Har-
vard of N. Y. City, Madison (Conn.), Country, Rye
(N. Y.), Tennis (sec). Residence: 147 E. 33d St Ad-
dress: 2 W. 45th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1870; s.
Hon. John R. (Justice N. Y. Supreme Court) and Mary
Steiner (Shoemaker) Putnam; ed. Saratoga Springs
public schools, Fairview Acad., Cornell Univ., Albany
Law Sch., LL.B.. 1892; m. June 8, 1895, Marv Cornelia
Ballard. Admitted to bar at Albany, 1S93; has since
practised in N. Y. City. Republican. Mem. Saratoga
County Soc, So. of Upper Hudson. Recreations:
Yacht and fishing. Club: Zeta Psi. Residence: 600 W.
l'36th St. Address: 45 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, comm'r of taxes; b. N. Y. City, May 5, 1S56;
s. M. and R. (Friedman) Putzel; grad. Coll. City of
N. Y., A.B., 1876, Columbia Law Sch., LL.B. 1878; m.
N. Y. City, Jan. 31, 1882, Rose Dahlmann of Buffalo,
N. Y.; two sons (both deceased). Pres. Thomas Hun-
ter Ass'n, 5 terms, of Mendelssohn Benevolent Soc, 7
terms, of Freundschaft Soc, 2 terms. Sec. B'd of
Trustees, Col. City of N. Y., 6 years; chm'n Local
School B'd, 5 years. Editor of 3 commercial law books.
Appt'd comm'r of taxes and assessments, Jan. 1, 1906.
Democrat. Mem. Dwight Alumni Ass'n (Columbia
Law Sch.), Alumni Ass'n Coll. City of N. Y., Freund-
schaft Soc, Lawyers' County Bar Ass'n. Organized
N. Y. Cremation Soc, U. S. Cremation Co., at Fresh
Pond; mem. ten charitable and benevolent inst'ns.
Recreations: Golf, bowling, billiards, walking. Clubs:
Democratic, Hardware, Harmonie (acting pres. one
term). Address: 233 Woolworth Bld'g, N. Y. City.


Lawyer, trustee; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 21, 1855; s. Percy
Rivington and Albertina S. (Taylor) Pyne; grad.
Princeton, A.B., 1877, M.A., 1880, Columbia LL.B., 1879,
hon., L.H.D., 1903; m. Trenton, N. J., June 2, 1880.
Margaretta Stockton; children: Percy Rivington 2d, b.
1881; M. Taylor, Jr., b. 1885. Admitted to bar, 1880;
gen. solicitor Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
R.' R. Co. for 12 years; pres. and dir. Warren R. R.
Co., Cayuga & Susquehanna R. R. Co. and Princeton
Inn Co.; dir.. and mem. Exec. Com. Farmers Loan &
Trust Co., Commercial Trust Co. of N. J., Delaware,
Lackawanna & Western 'R. R. Co., Lackawanna Iron
& Coal Co.; dir. Nat. City Bank of N. Y., Lackawanna
Steel Co., N. J., Zinc Co., Princeton Bank, Newark &
Bloomfield R. R. Co., Morris & Essex R. R. Co., Sussex
R. R. Co., Utica, Chenango & Susquehanna Valley R R
Co., Valley R. R. Co., Harvey Steel Co., N. Y., Lacka-
wanna & Western R'y Co., Passaic & Delaware R R
Co., Syracuse, Binghamton & N. Y. R. R. Co. Trustee
and chm'n Com. on Graduate Sch., Princeton Univ.;
trustee Lawrenceville Sch., N. J.; Y. M. C. A. of N J
and St. Luke's Hosp., N. Y. City. Mem. N. J. State
Public Library Comm'r, Pres. Princeton Hist. Ass'n
Republican. Episcopalian. Mem. Archal. Soc. of
America, Am. Hist. Ass'n. Clubs: Union, Century, Met-
ropolitan, University, Down Town, Midday, Princeton,
Grolier, Church, Country, Tuxedo (N. Y.), Nassau, Ivy,
etc. (Princeton). Address: Drumthwacket, Princeton,
N. J.




Banker; b. N. T. City, June 23, 1882; s. Moses Tay-
lor and Margaretta (Stockton) Pyne; grad. Princeton
Univ., A. B., 1903; St. Paul's Sell., Concord, N. H., 1899.
With Farmers Loan & Trust Co., 1903-1905; with
Moses Taylor estate, 1905-1908; mem. firm Pyne, Ken-
dall & Hollister, bankers, since 1908. Pres. and dir.
Prospect Co. of N. J.; dir. Syracuse, Binghamton &
N. Y. R. R. Co., Cayuga & Susquehanna R. R. Co.,
Commercial Trust Co., New Amsterdam Gas Co., East
River Gas Co., Delaware, Lackawanna ^Western Coal
Co., Nevins Church Press Co. Republican; Episcopal-
ian. Treas. U. S. Golt Ass'ri; mem. N. Y. Hist. Soc,
Pan-Am. Soc, Am. Museum ot Natural History, St.
Nicholas Soc, Motor Car Touring Soc. Pres. and dir.
East Side Branch Y. M. C. A.; treas. Patterson Sch.
(W. Va.). Recreations: Golt, tennis, riding, motor-
ing. Clubs: Un'.un (gov.), Summer (gov.), Princeton
(gov.), Westbrook Golf (gov.), Ivy (gov.), South Side
Sportsmans (gov.), Archdale Quail (gov.), Knicker-
bocker, Racquet, Metropolitan, Brook, University, N.
Y. Yacht, Manhattan, Union League, Automobile, 'Aero,
Midday, Down Town, Underwriters, Tuxedo, Piping
Rock, Hobby, Islip, Morris County, Baltusrol, Garden
City, National, Rockaway Hunting, Automobile of
London, Touring of France. Residence: 263 Madison
Ave. Address: 55 Wall St., N. Y. City.



Physician; b. N. Y. City, April 2, 1848; s. George Payn
Quackenbos, LL.D., the edn'l author and a direct de-
scendant of Pieter Van Quakenbosch, who came from
Holland to New Amsterdam about 1660; ed. Collegiate
Sch., N. Y. City, of which his father was rector; grad.
Columbia Coll., A.B., with the first honor, 1868 (at age
of 20), A.M., 1871, Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y. City,
M.D., 1871. Appt'd tutor in rhetoric at Columbia
Coll., 1870; adjunct prof. English language and litera-
ture, 1884-1891, prof, rhetoric Columbia Univ. and in
Barnard, Coll., 1891-1894; in 1894 retired from active
service at the University, retaining his connection as
emeritus prof. Has since devoted himself to practice
of medicine in N. Y. City, specializing in nervous and
mental diseases, and in psychotherapy. Also lecturer
on scientific and literary subjects, and is to be credited
with having brought to public notice the presence of a
fourth charr in New England waters, viz.: the so-
called Sunapee lake trout, or American saibling. This
valuable food fish, through his efforts, has ibeen
planted in Lake George. Mem. London Soc. for
Psychical Research; fellow N. Y. Acad. Medicine; mem.
N. Y. Acad. Sciences; fellow N. H. Med. Soc; mem.
N. Y. Med. Ass'n, Am. Med. Ass'n, A. A. A. S. Address:
331 W. 28th St., N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. N. Y. City, Sept. 5, 1881;
s. John Adams and Mary D. (Fisher) Quell; ed. Brook-
lyn Latin School, St. John's Coll., Brooklyn, 1895, Coll.
Phys. and Surg. (Columbia), M.D., 1902. Engaged in
practice of medicine from graduation. Instr. diseases
of nose and throat Long Island Coll. Hosp., Brooklyn.
Attending Laryngologist, Dept. of Tuberculosis, Dept.
of Health, N. Y. City; Polhemus Clinic, L. I. Coll. Hosp.;
mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, Kings County Med. Soc, Brook-
lyn Med Soc, German Med. Soc, Soc. of Associated
Physicians of L. I., Brooklyn Laryngol. and Rhinol.
Soc, Capt and ass't surgeon 23rd Reg't, N. G. N. Y. ;
Veteran Ass'n, Squadron C, N. Y. Clubs: Crescent
Athletic, Interstate Automobile. Address 1219 Dean
St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Cecil Co., Md Feb. 13, 1863; common
school ed'n; at completion of which he removed to
N. Y. City and engaged in journalism. Was for ten
years writer on N. Y. Tribune, later editor-in-chief of
N. Y. Press. Rep. mem. of Congress, 1893-1899; chm'n
Rep. Com. of N. Y 1896-1900: since retirement from
Congress has been actively engaged in business and
in promoting the interests of his party in city and
State. Residence: 435 West End Av. Address: 32
Liberty St., N. Y. City.


Architect: b. North Castle, Westchester Co., N. Y.,
Nov. 24. 1S6S; s. John Jay and Hannah Griff en (Havi-
land) Quin'by; m. Port Chester, N. Y.. Elizabeth Ma-
thews Purdy; children, Oliver, b. 1901, Margaret Pierce,
b. 1904, Elizabeth Lane, b. 1906, Roger, b. 1910. Doro-
thy, b. 1912. Democrat. Mem. Soc of Friends
(Quaker); Fellow Am. Inst. Architects (fellow Brook-

lyn Chapter); Brooklyn Inst, of Arts and Sciences,
Holland Soc. Clubs: Midwood, Crescent. Residence:
7 Tennis Court, Flatbush, Brooklyn. Address: 99
Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. in New Hampshire; s. ex-Go v. Henry
Brewer and Octavia (Cole) Quinby; grad. Harvard
Univ., A. B., Harvard Law Sch., LL.B.; m. Florence
A. Cole. Engaged in practice of law in N. Y. City.
Dir. Eagle Fire Co., Sidney Steel Scraper Co., mem.
Ass'n Bar, City of N. Y., N. Y. Geneal. and Biog. Soc,
N. E. Historic-Geneal. Soc, N. E. Soc, Soc. of lied.
Jurisprudence. Clubs: Union League, Players, Midday,
Atlantic Yacht, Harvard, Collectors. Address: 165
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Engineer, m'f'r; ,b. Newton, Mass., July 6, 1856; s.
George Henry and Mary Caroline (Sweetser) Quincy;
m., Salem, Mass., 1879, Etta Molineux Ives; children,
Ada Ives, Polly, Edmund, Roger Bradshaw. Pres.
The Q. and C. Co., The Quincv & Gilman Eng'ring Co.,
dir. The Rand W. Co., and Phila. Vancouver Lumber
Co. Mem. Am. Soc. of Civil Eng'rs. Clubs: Auto of
America, Engineers, Railroad, N. Y. Yacht, Greenwich
Country, Essex County Country, Field and Marine,
Dyker Meadow, Chicago, Chicago Engineers, Harris-
burg. Residence: 158 W. 58th St. Address: 90 West
St., N. Y. City.


Insurance official; b. Monticello, N. Y., Dec. 24,
1852; s. James Eldridge and Amanda (Baker) Quinlan;
ed. Monticello Acad. ; m. St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 15, 1882,
Fanny M. Jones; children: Walter Bartley, b. 1883;
John H, Jr., b. 1886; Frances M b. 1888. For 18 years
representative of Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
of which is dist. ag't, and U. S. Casualty Co.. of which
is gen. ag't. Sec. Newburgh Chamber of Commerce.
Democrat; Episcopalian. Dem. candidate for mayor,
1892; ex-mem. B'd of Health; ex-v.-p. Nat. Life Under-
writers' Ass'n (mem. exec, com.); pres. Hudson Valley
Life Underwriters' Ass'n, ex-pres. and treas. Wilbur
H. Weston Shriners' Ass'n; mem. Lawson Hose Co.
No. 5, Lawson Veteran Ass'n; Master Mason, Royal
Arch Mason, Knight Templar, Shriner, 32, Elk.
Recreations: Fishing, 'hunting and traveling. Clubs:
Newburgh City, Newburgh Automobile, Masonic.
Residence: 22 Bay View Terrace. Address: 48 Second
St., Newburgh, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. N. Y. City, May 12. 1864; s. Daniel and
Mary (Spillane) Quinn; ed. St. Francis Xavier Coll..
N. Y. City, A. B., 1884, Am. Coll. at Rome, 1884-1888;
entered the Soc. of Jesus at Frederick, Md., April 25.
1888; studied at Woodstock Coll., Md., 1890-1S93;
taught classics and methematics in Boston Coll., Mass.,
1893-1897, same at Holy Cross Coll.. Worcester, Mass.,
1897-1898: ordained Roman Catholic priest, June 27,
1899; studied theology at Woodstock Coll., Md., 1898-
1902; prof, elocution Holy Cross Coll., 1902-1904;
studied theology at The Novitiate, Poughkeepsle, N. Y..
1901-1905; prof, mathematics, Boston Coll., 1905-1906:
pres. Fordham Univ., 1906-1911. Address: 801 W. 181st
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Tiffin, O., April 24, 1870; s. James W. and
Mary (Quinlan) Quinn; received academic ed.; grad.
LL.B., Georgetown Law Sch., 1893; also LL.B. Harvard
Law Sch., 1895; unmarried. Formerlv private sec. to
Hon. Charles Foster, ex.-gov. of Ohio and Sec. of
Treasury in cabinet of Pres. Harrison. Associated in
practice of law with Hon. Benjamin F. Tracv in N. Y.
five years. Democrat. Delegate to Democratic Nat.
Conv., Denver, July, 1908; Dem. State Conv., Rochester,
X Y.. Sept., 1908, and mem. Com. and sub-com. on
Platform; Dem. State Conv., Rochester. 1910. and
mem. Com. on Contested Seats and Platform: delegate
to Dem. Nat. Conv.. Baltimore, 1912. Mem. Ass'n Bar,
City of N. Y.. N. Y. Stato Bar Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n,
Selden Soc, Gypsv Lore Soc, Contemporary Art Soc,
Socit des Cent Bibliophiles. Viking Club. Interested
in modern art. Initiated and conducted the recent
campaign before Congress which resulted in the re-
moval of the duty on modern art. Clubs: Manhat-
tan, Harvard, Hobby, National Democratic, Citv Lunch,
Oakland Golf, Sleepy Hollow and others. Address: 58
Central Park W., N. Y. Citv.


Editor: b. Woburn, Mass.. Aug. 24, 1864; s. Thomas
Francis and Anne Maria (Gallagher) Quinn; ed. 'n
public schools of Woburn. Mass.; m. Woburn. Mass.,
Sept. 15. 1901, Margaret Frances Quinn. Began as
printer's devil, 1881, and later local editor, 18S4-18S5,



Wo'burn Advertiser; reporter on The Globe, Boston,
1SS5-1SS9; mn'g editor N. Y. Press, 1889-1892; half
owner Donahoe's Magazine, Boston, 1892-1894; edited
Depew's History of American Commerce and later
the Penny Magazine; mn'g editor 1901 of N. Y. Daily
News, and bought the paper In June, 1904. Demo-
crat; Roman Catholic. Address: 331 W. 55th St., N. Y.



Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, April 29, 1856; s. Rev. Her-
man and Dora (von Ramdohr) Raegener; grad. Co
lum. Coll., A.M., 1876; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 25,1881,
Meta Rettig; children: Mrs. Leo J. Matty, b. 1882, Mrs.
Lorenzo Mitchell-Henry (residing in London), b. 1886,
Louis C, Jr., b. 1897. Democrat. Mem. Phi Kappa Psi
fraternity, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: Demo-
cratic, Automobile of America, Oakland Golf. Resi-
dence: Hotel Seville, N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Canton, O. ; s. Judge George W. and Be-
linda J. (Schneider) Raff; grad. Univ. Wooster, O.,
1880, as valedictorian, first honors, second oratorical
honors, later A.M.; m. Orange C. H., Va., 1887, Vir-
ginia Duncan. Was dir., cashier and pres. Nat., State
and private banks in Ohio, Mex. and Okla., fifteen
years after graduation; associated with Thomas A
Edison for several years in promotion of some of his
amusement machines; now engaged in gen. bond and
investment business in N. Y. City. Dir. and v. -p.
Pittsburgh Pneumatic Co.; dir. Canton & Youngstown.
R'y Co., Century Inkstand Co. Democrat; Lutheran.
Mem. Phi Kappa Psi Ohio Soc, Canton Soc, N. v.
Kansas Soc. tN. Y.). Club: German Liederkranz (N.
Y. City); Canton, Country, Aero of Ohio (Canton).
Recreations: Country life; devoted to high-class music.
Addresses: 63 Wall St., N. Y. City, and Canton, Ohio.


Lawyer; b. Victor, N. Y., Jan. 23, 1849; s. Rev. John
and Mary (Remington) Raines; ed. Hobart Coll., 1870,
A.M. (honorarium), Hamilton Coll., LL.B., 1876; (Theta
Delta Chi fraternity); m. 1872, Ada Elizabeth Varney
of Rochester, N. Y.; children: Rev. W. Guy, George C.,
Florence A. Pres. Bank of Brockport, N. Y., 1872-
1875. With three brothers (John, late pres. N. Y. Sen-
ate; Thomas, County Judge and ex-State Treas. ;
George, late State Senator), formed law firm of Raines
Bros., 1876; practised in Washington, 1887-1894, and
N. Y. City, 1894-1904. Officer in several business
corp'ns. Candidate for clerk, House of Representa-
tives, N. Y. State Cong. Delegation, 1887, but defeated.
Mem. Nat. Congress of Irrigation, appt'd by Gov. Levi
P. Morton; writer and orator (the late Pres. McKinley
having pronounced his oration at Washington, D. C,
Feb. 22, 1891, a masterpiece of rhetoric and oratory).
Master Monroe Lodge of Masons, 1873 (youngest ever
chosen to that office) ; comd'r-in-chief Rochester Con-
sistory, eminent comd'r Cyrene Commandery 39, 1880-
1886; grand master "United Workmen. Address: Ga-
nargwa Villa, Wheeler's Station, N. Y.


Physician and surgeon; b. Danville, 111., Jan. 14,
1879; s. Harry and Florence M. (Barrett) Rainforth;
grad. Univ\ of Cincinnati, B.S , 1899, AM., 1900; Johns
Hopkins Univ., M.D., 1903, N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B., 1908;
took post-graduate courses in medicine and surgery in
Germany and Austria, 1903. Resident surgeon, Pres-
by'n Hosp., N. Y. City, 1904-1905; med. insp. Dep't of
Health, N. Y. City, until Oct., 1907. Engaged in prac-
tice of medicine, making specialty of Dermatology
and Syphilolgy, in N. Y. City. Republican (usually).
Junior surgeon. Seaside Hosp., New Dorp, Staten Isl-
and, N. Y.; pathologist in Class of Dermatology. Van-
derbilt Dispensary, N. Y. City. Mem. Soc. Colonial
Wars (N. Y. Chapter). Address: 227 W 71st St., N. Y.


Educator, author; b. Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 3, 1860;
s. John and Helena (Bongers) Ramaker; grad. Univ.
Rochester, 1895; Rochester Theol. Bern., 1886; m. Nov.
26, 1886, Minna Winkler; children: George, Benjamin.
Travelled in Europe in 1901. Pastor Case Av. Bapt.
Ch., Cleveland, O., 1886-1889; prof. German Dep't
Rochester Theol. Sem. since 1889. Author: Ein Ueber-
blick iiber die Geschichte der Deutschen Baptisten,
1897; Die christliche Heidenmission, 1S9S; Kurzge-
fasste Geschichte der Baptisten, 1906. Address: 11
Tracy St., Rochester, N. Y.


Physician; b. Arthon, France, May 3, 1875; s. Adrian
and Louise (Glbier) Rambaud; grad, French Univ.
(Lycee de Chateauroux), M.S.; M.D. Columbia Univ.
(Med. Dep't Coll. Phys. and Surgs.), 1899; rn. France,
Jeanne Ceiville-Reache; one son, Paul Uibier. Be-
came dir. N. Y. Pasteur Inst, after death of Dr. Paul
Gibier (uncle), 1900; introduced new operation for
serum treatment of tetanus and performed first one
of its kind in this country in 1899; devised improve-
ment in dispensing vaccine lymph in 1894, now in
gen. use; has frequently contributed to the literature
on tetanus and rabies. Pres. and dir. N Y. Pasteur
Inst.; received decorations of Chevalier de la Legion
d'Honneur and Officer d'Academie; mem. Alliance
Francaise (ex-trustee), N. Y. Co. and State Med. Socs.,
Am. Med. Ass'n. Pres. Ecole .Maternelle Francaise.
Mem. French Benevolent Soc. of N. Y., A.A.A.S. Club:
N. Y. Athletic. Address: 361 W. 23d St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Cassville, Ga., Nov. 17, 1857; s. Thomas
Rambaut, LL.D. (pres. Cherokee Coll., Cassville, Ga.,
and William Jewell Coll., Liberty, Mo.), and Eliza
A. (Wright) Rambaut; grad. Brooklyn Collegiate and
Poly. Inst., 1877; Columbia Cull., A.B. 1S81, Ph.B.
1882, LL.B., cum laude, 1S83; AM. and Ph.D. 1884; m.
Hamilton, X. Y., Sept. 1.0. 1892, Frances Rambaut
(cousin; died April 2, 1909). Counsel for several
corp'ns; over 20 years in active practise of law in
financial dist. of N. Y. City; counsel and referee in
numerous matters of importance relating to securities
and testamentary trusts. Democrat; Episcopalian.
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Ass'n of Doctors of
Philosophy of Columbia, Columbia Coll. Alumni Ass'n
(life mem.), N. Y. Law Inst., Nat. Geog. Soc, Alpha
Delta Phi fraternity (charter mem. at Columbia),
Early Eighties. Recreations: Gardening, fishing.
Clubs: Alpha Delta Phi, Columbia Univ. Residence:
169 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn. Address: 27 Will-
iam St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Saratoga Co., N. Y., May 5, 1856; s. Will-
iam and Parthena (Crawford) Ramsdale; grad. Univ
of Rochester, 1879; m. Albion, N. Y., 1884, Ellen Wall'.
Practising law at Albion, N. Y. ; county treas. of
Orleans County, N. Y., 1890; mem. F/d of Ed'n, Albion,
N. Y., 1898-1903. County judge and surrogate of
Orleans Co., N. Y., 1896-1901; mem. B'd Trustees, Al-
bion. N. Y., 1901-1905; mem. firm Ramsdale & Church,
att'ys; dist. att'y of Orleans County, 1907-1910. Ad-
dress: Albion, N. Y.


Gas engineer; b. Providence, R. I., April 30, 1848; s.
Ezra B. and Susan Ann (Gould) Ramsdell- ed. Vin-
cennes Univ.; m. Pittsburgh, Pa., June 10, 1884, Mary
C. Dodge; children: Sallie M. (Mrs. Donald McDonald),
Marion B.. Mrs. Irving Boyd Easton Sec. and treas.
Am. Gas Inst.; was gen. mg'r Am. Gas Co., Philadel-
phia, Pa. Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Am. Gas. Inst,
(ex-pres.). Western Gas Ass'n (ex-pres.); hon. mem.
Societe Technique de l'lndustrie du Gaz en France,
Paris, France: Illuminating Engineers' Soc. Address:
301 W. 109th St., N. Y. City.


State Senator; b. Buffalo, N. Y., April 25, 1862- ed.
St. Ann's Parochial Sch. and Canisius Coll. Entered
the employment of John Schusler Brewing Co. in 1877,
now the William Simon Brewery, by which company
is still employed and where through his integrity and
business ability he fills a very confidential and re-
sponsible position. In 1884 was elected Alderman
Fifth Ward of Buffalo. Mem. Dem. Gen. Com of Erie
County for years, of which was elected sec. 'in 1896,
serving until Jan. 1, 1899. Has had several terms as
Senator, having been elected in 1898-1900-1902. and
then after two years' absence from the Senate was
again elected a Senator in the fall of 1906. Mem.
Senate Corns, on Canals, Public Health and Engrossed
Bills, 1889-1900. In 1902 was mem. Senate Corns, on
Canals, Internal Affairs of Towns and Counties,
Public Health and Printed and Engrossed Bills. In
1903-1904 served on the Senate Corns, on Cities, Canals
and Engrossed Bills. Nominated again for State
Senator 1906 and elected; renominated in 190S and
1910 and elected. In 1907 was a mem. of the Senate
Corns, on Finance, Cities and Canals; in 1909 was a
mem. of the Senate Corns, on Finance, Cities, Canals
and Insurance. Re-elected 1913; mem. Corns, of Cities,
Finance, Rules. Mil. Affairs, and chm'n Insurance.

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