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was elected pres. Schenectady Chamber of Commerce
and served until leaving the city in June, 1907; mg'r
N. Y. State Hosp. by apptm't of Gov. Higgins, and
later by Gov. Hughes. Republican. Mem. numerous
religious and edn'l assn's, Alpha Delta Phi fraternity.
Phi Beta Kappa Soc. Recreations: Fishing, golf.
Clubs: University, Century, Alpha Delta Phi (N. Y.
City), University, Buffalo, Saturn, Ellicott, Country
(Buffalo). Address: 268 North St., Buffalo, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Angola, N. Y., Feb. 29, 1872; s. Lyman
Rexford (M.D.) and Rosella E. (Ryneck) Raymond;
grad. Angola Union Sch. and Acad., 1889; Oberlin Coll.,
B.A., 1895 (twice winner of college oratorical con-
test), editor College Annual and College Weekly;
Oberlin Theol. Sem., B.D., 1900; one year at Andover
Theol. Sem.; m. Angola, N. Y., June, 1900, Estella
Rose Landon; children: Dovejoy Lyman (died April,
1901), Dorothy, b. 1902; Winona (died Jan., 1907),
Richard (died Nov., 1906), Ruth, b. 1910. Prof, in
Berea Coll. (Berea, Ky.), 1900-1903; minister in charge
of First Cong'l Ch., Bellevue, O, 1903-1906; First
Cong'l Ch., Flushing, N. Y., 1906-1910; South Cong'l
Ch. of Brooklyn, N. Y since 1910. Organized and
was sup't of Dep't of Univ. Extension for Southern
Mountains in Berea Coll. Progressive Republican.
Mem. Manhattan Cong'l Ass'n, Am. B'd of Comm'rs for
Foreign Missions, Am. Bible Soc, Cong'l Pastors'
Brotherhood of Brooklyn. Recreations: Yachting,
fishing, photography, golf. Clubs: Flushing Country,
Niantic. Address: 263 President St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Physician, medical professor; b. Brooklyn, N. Y.,
1845; s. Israel Ward and Frances Bryant (Howard)
Raymond; ed. Brooklyn Poly. Inst.. Williams Coll.,
A.B., 1866, AM.; Long Island Coll. Hosp. and Colum-
bia Univ., M.D. ; m. 1875, Nannie VanNostrand Gardi-
ner (deceased); m. 2d, 1901, Rachel Biddle Miller.
Practised medicine until 1898; was mem. B'd Ed'n,
Brooklyn; health comm'r of Brooklyn, 1882-1886;
editor Brooklyn Medical Journal, 1888-1903; ass't san-
itary sup't, Dep't of Health, City of New York. Prof,
hygiene Long Island Coll. Hosp.; sec. treas. Hoagland
Laboratory; sec. Polhemus Memorial Clinic. Author:
Text Book of Physiology, three editions; History of
Long Island Coll. Hosp. and Its Graduates. Address:
Polhemus Memorial Clinic, Brooklyn, N. Y.


Mining engineer, metalluigist, lawyer, author; b.
Cincinnati, Ohio, April 27, 1840: s. Prof. Robert Raikes
and Mary Ann (Pratt) Raymond; grad. Brooklyn Poly.
Inst., 1858; student at the Univg. of Munich and
Heidelberg and Mining Acsd. of Freiberg, Ph.D.,
LL.D.; m. 1863, Sarah M. Dwight. Served in Union
Armv as a.-d.-c, with rank c ' . . 1S61-1S64; con-
sulting eng'r with office in N. Y. City, l>t-'4-186S; U. S.



comm'r of mining statistics, 1868-1876; prof, economic
geology, Lafayette Coll., 1870-1881. Editor Engineer-
ing and .Mining Journal, 1868-1888; admitted to bar
1898; lecturer on mining law, Columbia Univ., 1903.
One of founders, v. -p. 1871, 1876-1877, pres. 1872-
1875, sec. 1884-1910, and sec. emeritus since 1910, Am.
Inst. Mining Kng'rs; hon. mem. Societe des Ingenieurs
Civils de France; Am. Philos. Soc, Iron and Steel Inst.,
gold medal Inst'n of Mining and Metallurgy. U. S.
Comm'r to Internat Exp'n at Vienna, 1S73. Author:
Mineral Resources of the U. S. West of the Kocky
Mountains, 8 volumes; Glossary of Mining and
Metallurgical Terms, Die Leibgarde. Brave Hearts,
The Man in the Moon, Two Ghosts, The Feast of
Lights; also Lives of Peter Cooper and Alexander L.
Holley; also technical papers on mining, metall. and
mining law subjects. Residence: 123 Henry St.,
Brooklyn. Address: 29 W. 39th St., N. Y. City.


"Vice-principal Packard Sen.; b. Gap, Pa., Jan. 31,
1863; s. "William F. and Sarah A. (Draucker) Rea; ed.
Coatesville Inst., Parkesburg Acad., Millersville State
Normal Sch., Bryant and Stratton Business Coll.; m.
Altoona, Pa., June 20, 1906, Dr. Julia Charlotte Wood.
Dir., sec. and treas. Packard Commercial Sens. Co.
Asso. author of Packard's Bookkeeping and Packard's
Business Practice. Pres. N. Y. Commercial Teachers'
Ass'n, 1899-1900. Republican. Mem. Pa. Soc. Presby'n
Union. Trustee of estate of L. H. Packard. Address:
253 Lexington Av., X. Y. City.


Railway official; b. Hollidaysburg, Pa., Sept. 21,
1855; s. James D. and Ruth (Moore) Rea; g.s. John
Rea, officer in Revolutionary War and War of 1812;
g.-grandfather Samuel Rea, emigrated to this coun-
try from North of Ireland, 1754; ed. public schs. and
acad.; hon. D.Sc. Univ. of Pa., 1910. First connection
with Pa. R. R. was in 1871 in eng'ring dep't as chain
and rodman on Williamsburg & Bloomfleld brandies;
entered office of Hollidaysburg Iron & Nail Co. 1874,
and re-entered service of Pa. R. R. 1875, being sta-
tioned at Connellsville; ass't eng'r of constr'n of chain
suspension bridge over Monongahela River, Pitts-
burgh, 1875-1877; upon completion, appt'd ass't eng'r
of Pittsburgh & Lake Erie R. R. Co., then in course
of constr'n, with which remained until completion of
road. Ass't eng'r in charge of constr'n of extension of
Pittsburgh, Va. & Charleston R'y, 1879; eng'r in
charge of Pa. R. R. surveys in Westmoreland Co.,
1S79-1SS3; prin. ass't eng'r in Phila.. 1883-1888, when
promoted to ass't to 2d v.-p. ; resigned, 18S9, to become
v.-p. Md. Central R'y Co., and chief eng'r Baltimore
Belt R. R. Resigned, 1891, on account of ill health,
and resumed practice 1S92; appt'd ass't to pres. of Pa.
R. R. 1892; assigned to constr'n work, upon death of
v.-p., 1892; 1st ass't to pres. of Pa. R. R. 1897-1899;
4th v.-p. 1899-1905; became 3d v.-p. 1905, 2d v.-p. 1909,
1st v.-p. 1911, and when designating of v.-ps numeri-
cally was discontinued, was elected v.-p., 1912; pres.
since Jan., 1913. Also pres. Pa. Co., Northern Central
R'v, Baltimore & Washington R. R., W. Jersey & Sea-
shore R. R., Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St.
Louis R'y Co.; also dir. Pa. R. R. Co. and many other
railroad corp'ns; one of incorporators of N. River
Bridge Co. Was given direct charge of constr'n of
Pa. tunnels and station, the most important and diffi-
cult piece of eng'ring work in this country. Author:
The Railwavs Terminating in London. Mem. Am. Soc.
of Civil Eng'rs, Inst'n of Civil Eng'rs, London; Soc. of
Naval Architects and Marine Eng'rs, N. T. Chamber
of Commerce, Pa. Scotch-Irish Soc, Pa. Soc. of Sons of
Revolution, Soc. of War of 1812, Pa. Soc. of NY
Fairmount Park Art Ass'n, Pa. Acad. Fine Arts, Met.
Mus. of Art, Am Acad, of Polit. and Social Science,
Am. Railway Guild, Univ. of Pa. Museum, Soc. of
Arts, London. Clubs: Philadelphia, Engineers. Rit-
tenhouse. Automobile (Phila.), Merion Cricket (Haver-
ford), Union. Lawyers. Century Ass'n, Economic (N.
Y.), Sleepy Hollow Country, Metropolitan (Wash.),
Roval Auto (London). Address: 85 Cedar St., >.. Y.


Real estate; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1849; s. George W.
and Rowland A (Curtis) Read; ed. Brooklyn Poly.
Inst- m 1st, Brooklyn, Dec. 20, 1873, Louise C. Frost
(died 1902); 2d. 1907, Adelaide R. Hastings; children:
Rowland, Newbury Frost, Sarah Read Downey,
Dorothy Read Davis. Pres. George R. Read & Co.,
dealers in real estate; Mutual Trust Co. of West-
chester Co dir. Roxton Realty Co.. Waccabuc Co.
Republican; Episcopalian. Mem. Met. Museum of Arts.
Clubs- Metropolitan, Down Town, Union, Riding,
Coaching. Residence: 28 E. 56th St. Address: 20
Nassau St., N. T. City.


Real estate; b. Albany, N. Y July 13, 1860; s. Gen.
John Meredith (U. S. Consul-Gen. to France and
Minister to Greece), and Marie Delphine (Pumpelly)
Read; ed. Lubins Sch., Taris, St. John's Mil. Sch., Sing
Sing, Trinity Coll., Hartford; m. Stamford. Conn., Mar-
guerite de Carron d'Allondans. Went to France at an
early age, with father; later private sec. to father in
Greece. Chm'n of Com of eminent citizens appt'd to
receive Duke de Veragua; sec. of Com. appt'd to re-
ceive Postal Congress. First N. G. officer officially
recognized and received by Grench Gov't. Has written
many articles for newspapers on important matters
and author: Rossiana (book of geneal. and antiquar-
ian information), also of book upon Pumpelly family.
Is recognized in England, France and America as an
authority on heraldry and genealogy, and on history
and symbolism of Free Masonry. Candidate for As-
sembly. Dem. Dist.; pres. Y. M. C. A., Albany. Comm'nd
major in N. G, and made insp. of Rifle Practice. Re-
publican; Episcopalian. Officer in the Descendants o
the signers of the Declaration of Independence.
Mem. Soc. of Cincinnati, Soc. Colonial Wars, Sons of
Revolution, Mayflower Descendants, Knights of Al-
bion; fellow Royal Geog. Soc., Geog. Soc. of France,
N. Y. Hist. Soc. Clubs: Fort Orange, Unconditional
Republican (v.-p), St. Anthony. Residence (summer):
Readpark, Luzerne, N. Y. (winter): 236 State St., Al-
bany. Address: 45 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. T.


Banker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 20, 1'858; s. George
W. and Rowland Augusta (Curtis) Read; ed. Brook-
lyn Juvenile High Sch.; grad. Brooklyn Poly, ana
Collegiate Inst., 1873; m. Nov. 20, 1S94, Caroline H.
Seaman; five sons and two daughters. Entered office
of Vermilye & Co., 1877; mem. firm, 1896; retired 1904,
and formed firm of Wm. A. Read & Co. Dir. Bank or
N. Y. (Nat. Banking Ass'n); trustee Central Trust
Co., N. Y., Alliance Assurance Co., London; dir. Inter-
borough Rapid Transit Co. Republican; Episcopalian.
Clubs: Century, Union, Metropolitan, Riding, Groller,
N. T. Yacht, Down Town (N. Y. City), Hamilton
(Brooklyn), Union (Boston), Apawamis (Rye, N. Y.),
Lenox (Lenox, Mass.). Residence: Purchase, N. Y.
Address: 2S Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; <b. in Somerset County, Pa., Nov. 5, 1844;
ed. in common and normal schools; m. Madi-
son, N. Y., 1876, Carrie Putnam. Taught sch., dla
farm work and worked as photographer until 1861,
when enlisted in S5th Pa. Vols., serving as private
and first lieut. until incapacitated by wound received
in battle near Savannah, Ga. Clerk ed. in store at
Harnedsville, in native county, 1865-1866; engaged in
business at Princeton, 111., and Osceola, Iowa, 1866-
1871; live stock and grain comm'n merchant Chicago,
1871-1888; since then attending to large corp'n and
real estate interests. Dir. U. S. Steel Corp'n, First
Nat. Bank of Chicago, The Pullman Co., Baltimore &
Ohio R. R. Co., Chicago & Erie R. R. Co., Chicago,
Burlington & Quincy R. R. Co., Cincinnati, Hamilton
& Dayton R. R. Co., Erie R. R. Co., N. Y., Susque-
hanna & Western R. R. Co., Pere Marquette R. R. Co.,
Seaboard Air Line R'y Co., Internat. Harvester Co.;
trustee N. Y. Trust Co.; dir. Franco-Am. Financial
Ass'n, Met. Trust Co., Nat. Biscuit Co.; v.-p. and dir.
Central Safe Deposit Co., etc. Residence: The Wyom-
ing, 55th St. and Seventh Av., N. Y. City. Address:
24 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. N. Y., July 1, 1863. Appt'd to U. S.
Navv from Md., March 14, 1892. Chaplain, U.S.S. Utah,
and since 1901 chaplain dep't of N. Y. United Spanish
War Veterans. Served during Spanish-Am. War: was
at battle of Manila with Admiral Dewey. Address:
U.S.S. Utah, Navy Dep't, Washington, D. C.


Physician and surgeon; b. Walkill, Orange County,
N. Y., Jan. 31, 1873; s. Charles Foster and Sarah
Louisa (Fanning) Redfield: grad. Wallkill Free Acad.,
Med. Dep't of Univ. of Pa., M.D., 1894; m. Boston,
Mass., Oct. 20, 1897, Irvanna Louise Barker. Since
graduation In gen. practice of medicine and surgery;
visiting physician to Thrall Hosp., Mlddletown; post-
grad, course Cornell Univ., 1908; sec. N. Y. State Med.
Ass'n, 1904-1905; pres. Orange County Med. Soc, 1904;
pres. Staff Thrall Hospital, 1907-1908; sec. staff, 1908-
1909. Delegate to N. Y. State Med. Soc, 1905-1909.
Mem. B'd of Health, City of Mlddletown, 1896-1897,
health officer Citv cf Mlddletown, 1898. mem. B'd of
Ed'n, 1906-1909. Republican; Presby'n. Trustee West-
minster Presby'n Ch. Mem. Med. Ass'n, Am. Soc.
Moral and Social Prophylaxis; N. Y. State Med. Soc,



Orange County Med. Soc, Nat. Geog. Soc, Internat.
Congress on Tuberculosis. Mem. Hoffman Lodge 412,
F. and A. M., Midland Chapter 240 R. A. M Cyprus
Commandery 67 K. T. Mem. Am. Motor League.
Recreation: Automobiling. Clubs: University, Medi-
cal, Middletown Automobile (Middletown). Address:
138 W. Main St., Middletown, N. Y.


Prof, law Columbia Univ., since 1901; b. Corning,
N. Y., July 31, 1851; s. Jared A. and Mary (Hayt) Red-
field, both of New England descent; early ed'n in pub-
lic schools and grad. Elmira Acad., 1867; engaged in
business for about five years, after which prepared
for coll. and entered Amherst; grad. A.B., 1'877, later
AM, LL.D., 1901; m. 1880, Susan Woods Curtis, of
Canandaigua, N. Y. After graduation studied law
with George M. Diven, of Elmira, N. Y. ; admitted to
bar, 1879, and formed partnership with Mr. Diven;
retired from firm 1898 to accept position at Cornell
Univ.; practice of firm was largely of a corporate
character, among corp'ns represented being Northern
Central R'y Co. and Lehigh Valley R. R.; prof, prac-
tice and procedure, Coll. of Law, Cornell Univ., 1898-
1901; prof, of law in Sen. of Law, of Columbia Univ.,
1901-1905. Nash professor of law in same since 1905.
Mem. Phi Beta Kappa, Psi Upsilon fraternity, Am-
herst Ass'n of N. Y., Am. Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar
Ass'n. Author: Cases on Code Pleading and Practice,
1903; Election of Remedies (vol. 15 Cyclopedia of Law
and Procedure, 1905); The Brief on Appeal, (In Brier
Making and the Use of Law Books, 1906); contributor
to legal journals. Club: Century. Residence: 1925
Seventh Av. Address: Columbia University, N. Y.

Secretary of Commerce, mf'r; b. Albany, N. Y June
18 1858; s. Charles B. and Mary A. (Wallace) Red-
field- ed. public schs. and high sch. of Pittsfield Mass ;
LL.D., Amherst Coll., June 25, 1913; m. Brooklyn, M.
Y April 8, 1885, Elise Mercein Fuller; children:
Elsie (wife of Charles K. Drury, of Montreal), b. 1887;
Humphrey Fuller, b. 1894. Now pres. Nat. Soc. tor
Promotion of Industrial Ed'n. Has traveled in Hawaii,
Japan, Philippines, Hong Kong, Java, Singapore,
Burma, India, France, England, Germany, Belgium,
Denmark and Holland, studying industrial con-
ditions generally. Comm'r of public works for
Borough of Brooklyn, 1902-1903, under administration
of Hon. Seth Low, Mayor of N. Y.; elected to 62fl
Congress, 1910, to represent 5th N. Y. Dist. V.-p. Am.
Blower Co. of Detroit and N. Y.; pres. Am. Mfrs Ex-
port Ass'n; dir. Equitable Life Assurance Soc. until
appt'mt as sec. of Commerce by Pres. Wilson, March
1913. Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Soc. Naval
Eng'rs. Recreations: Motor boating, rose culture.
Clubs: Crescent Athletic (Brooklyn), Reform (N. Y ) .
Cosmos, Chevy Chase (Washington). Residence: The
Highlands, Washington, D. C. Address: Dep't of Com-
merce, Washington, D. C.


Banker, mf'r; b. Brownville, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1851; s.
Rev. Richard and Elizabeth (Barker) Redhead; eel.
Fairfield Sem., Wesleyan Univ., Syracuse Univ., A.B.,
1874- m Pert Byron, N. Y., May, 1877, Sarah A. PetO .
One of organizers Victoria Paper Mills Co., lulton,
N Y , 1880, of which is pres., Oswego Falls Pulp &
Paper Co., 1885, and Granby Paper Co., 1893 Pres.
Citizens Nat. Bank, Fulton. Republican; Methodist-
Episcopalian. Mem. Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. Mem.
Methodist Gen. Conf., Omaha, 1892; Baltimore, 1908,
trustee Syracuse Univ., Cazenovia Sem., Fulton Public
Library, Thousand Islands Park Ass'n. Recreations:
Walking, driving. Club: Citizens. Residence: 301
Buffalo St. Address: 31 N. 1st St., Fulton, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1869; s. William
and Mary (Rossiter) Redmond; ed. public schools,
Brooklyn, N Y. Univ. Law Sch., grad. LL.B.; m. St.
Joseph's Church, Brooklyn, Aug. 29. 1894, Kate May;
children: William, b. Oct. 2, 1895: Mortimer, b. June
19, 1897; Herbert, b. June 27, 1899; Cyril, b. May 29,
1901- Edna Marie, b. July 7, 1903. Has practiced law
in Brooklyn since 1896, mem. law and real estate
firm Redmond Bros. Mem. B'd of Aldermen, City of
N. Y., from 61st Dist., Brooklyn, for 3 terms (six
years); mem. Finance and Laws and Legislations
Corns, since elected to board, now serving as chm'n
Laws and Legislation Ccm.; mem. Dem. Com. of Kings
County for 15 consecutive vears. Veteran 13th Reg't,
Nat. Guard, being a former 2d lieut. Co. D, of that
Reg't. Roman Catholic. Mem. Royal Arcanum, Catho-
lic Benevolent Legion, Knights of Columbus. Clubs:
Montauk. Delta Chi. Address: 44 Court St.. Brook-
lyn, N. Y.


Civil eng'r; b. Stamford, Conn., Aug. 22, 1865; s.
Jesse A. and Martha A. (Holly) Reed; ed. Stamford
High Sch.; m. Jersey City, June 3, 1890, Mary Chi-
chester Thomas; one son: Kenneth M., b. 1895.
Draughtsman, 1881-1883; surveyor, 1883-1884; 1st ass't
eng'r on constr'n 10th Av. Cable R'y, N. Y. City, 1884-
1885; chief eng'r of Daft Electric Co., 1886-1890;
designed apparatus for first commercial electric r'y
installed in this country at Baltimore, Md., made
first use of the word "trolley" as applied to electric
r'ys; designed and installed electric r'ys in Ithaca,
N. Y., Camden, N. J., Asbury Park N. J., Easton, Pa.,
Meridan, Conn.; mem. firm of Reed & McKibben, elec.
eng'rs and contractors, N. Y. City, 1891-1899; built
r'ys at Norwalk, Conn., Lockport, N. Y., Kingston, N.
Y., Paterson and Passaic, N. J., Hoboken, N. J., Fall
River, Mass., and elsewhere. Since 1899 successively
sec, treas. and 1st v.-p. J. G. White & Co., eng'rs and
contractors, N. Y. City and London. Pres. and dir.
Electrical Finance Corp'n; v.-p. and dir. Eng'ring Se-
curities Corp'n, Investors' Securities Corp'n, Manila
Electric R. R. & Lighting Corp'n, Manila Electric R.
R. & Light Co., Manila Suburban Railways Co., The
Philippine R'y Co., J. G. White & Co., Inc., J. G. Wh:te
& Co. (Maine) Georgia-Carolina Power Co.; dir. As-
sociated Gas & Electric Co., Augusta R'y & Electric
Co., Augusta-Aiken R'y & Electric Corp'n, North Au-
gusta Hotel Co., North Augusta Land Co., Eastern
Pa. R'ys Co., Granville Mines Development Co.,
Helena Light & R'y Co., Public Utility Debenture
Corp'n, Mutual Alliance Trust Co., Peoria Light Co.,
The J. G. White Eng'ring Corp'n, The J. G. White
Mgm't Corp'n. Mem. Nat. Geog. Soc, Am. Inst. Elec.
Eng'rs (asso. mem.), Sons of Revolution, Pilgrims of
U. S., Japan Soc, Philippine Soc, Pan-Am. Soc. Clubs:
Metropolitan, N. Y. Yacht, Engineers, Recess, City.
M:dday. Residence: 116 Riverside Drive. Address:
43 Exchange PI., N Y. City.


Pres. Bishop Gutta Percha Co.; b. Carmel, Putnam
Co., N. Y., Feb. 11, 1829; s. James Harvey and Emily
(Hazen) Reed; ed. district schools; m. Poughkeepsie,
X. Y., May 14, 1859, Alice Amelia Boardman; children:
William Boardman, b. 1860; Alice Augusta, b. 1862;
Henry Douglas, b. 1869; Louis Francis, b. 1871.
Taught sch. at Carmel, N. Y., 1846-1849, was tele-
graph operator, 1849-1866 in Carmel, Croton Falls,
Hudson, N. Y. City and Poughkeepsie, had book store
in Poughkeepsie, 1866-1876, first ten years in connec-
tion with telegraph office; expert accountant, 1876-
1887; engaged in settling estates and procuring statis-
tical evidence; took charge of Bisbip estate, 1878;
organized Bishop Gutta Percha Co., 1885, becoming
sec, took charge as mg'r, 1S87; became treas. 1892
and pres. in 1895. Republican; Presby'n. Asso. mem.
Am. Soc. Elec. Eng'rs. Residence: 88 N. 9th St.,
Newark, N. J. Address: 420 E. 25th St., N. Y. City.


Civil and mining eng'r; b. Canton, O., Aug. 9, 1867;
s. William W. and Elizabeth Ann (Wise) Reed; ed.
public schs., Feller Commercial Sch., Ohio, and by
private tutors: m. N. Y. City, June 14, 1905, Hester
Georgie, d. John B. and Georgie A. McDonald. On
construction of portions of Wheeling & Lake Erie
R. R., Baltimore & Ohio R. R., and Pa. R. R., in Ohio,
also development of coal mining properties in that
State 1884-1890; chief eng'r of Ryan-McDonald Con-
struction Co., bld'g Baltimore & Ohio R. R. tunnels
under Baltimore, 1890-1895; eng'r and gen. sup't for
McDonald & Onderdonk, contractors, in charge of
construction of Jerome Park Reservoir and aque-
ducts. N. Y. Water Supply; eng'r for John B. Mc-
Donald, contractor, and Rapid Transit Subway Con-
struction Co. on construction of N. Y. and Brooklyn
subways, 1895-1912: extensively engaged in coal min-
ing operations in Pa., 1909-1913. Pres. and dir.
Brothers Vallev Coal Co., Skaneateles R. R. Co.; in
charge of estate of John B. McDonald. Republican;
mem. Dutch Reformed Ch. Mem. Am. Soc. Eng'ring
Contractors Ohio Soc. of N. Y., Sons of Revolution.
Recreations: Golf, fishing, hunting. Clubs: En-
gineers, N. Y. Railroad, Sleepy Hollow Country, Lau-
rentian of Canada Residence: 1 W. 72d St. Ad-
dress: 90 West St., N. Y. City.


Mech. eng'r, v.-p. Bishop Gutta Percha Co.; b.
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1869; s. Henry A. and
\lice A. (Boardman) Reed; grad. Stevens Inst., 1892;
m Newark, N. J., Dec. 15, 1904, Emilie R. Currier.
Emploved by Bishop Gutta Percha Co., June, 1892,
and occupied successively following positions: Elec-
trician, elec. enff'r, sup't, ass't mg'r, and v.-p. Mem.
Essex Countv Country Club; mem. Am. Soc. Elec.
Eng'rs, Rose'ville Athletic Ass'n, N. Y. Elec. Soc,



Stevens Alumni Ass'n. Clubs: Engineers, Essex
County Country. Residence: 106 Glenwood Av., East
Orange, N. J. Address: 420 E. 25th St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Washington County, Pa., Jan. 30, 187S;
s. J. M. K. and Mary P. (Tucker) Reed; attended
Cross Creek Acad.; m. Cross Creek, Pa., Oct. 2S, 1908,
Martha J. Vance; children: Olive M., b. April 20,
1910; Raymond C V., b. June 19, 1913. Instr. in pub-
lic sens. 7 years; justice of peace, 9 years; cashier
People's Nat. Bank, since 1905. " Democrat; Presby'n.
Mason, Odd Fellow, Knight Templar, Knight of
Pythias. Residence: 710 Allison Av. Address: Union
Block, Washington, Pa.


Clergyman; b. Worcester, Mass., Sept. 5, 1S70; s.
Thomas H. and Marv F. (Whiting) Reed; grad. Am-
herst Coll., A.B., 1S93; Yale Div. Sen., 1899; m. 1899,
Isabel Porter Dwight. Pastor Cong'l Ch., Cumming-
ton, Mass., 1899-1902, Canandaigua, N. Y., 1902-1907:
now pastor of Flatbush Cong'l Ch., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Address: 335 Rugby Road, Brooklyn, N. Y'.


Lawyer; b. Poughkeepsie, N. T., June 21, 1871; s.
Henry A. and Alice A. (Boardman) Reed; grad. N.
Y. Univ., LL.B., 1S92, LL.M., 1S97; in. Oct. 15, 1907,
Virginia Kent White (died Oct. 15, 1912). V.-p.
Otsego & Herkimer R. R. Co., dir. and sec. Bishop
Gutta Percha Co., White Plains Construction Co., dir.
John S. Lamson & Bro., Inc., Turner-Fink Co., Mau-
rice Realty Co. Mem. Phi Delta Phi. Clubs: Rose-
ville Athletic, Buffalo, Essex County Country, Orange
Lawn Tennis. Residence: 57 Reynolds Terrace,
Orange, N. J. Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Pittsburgh, Pa., June 24, 1876: s. Colin
McFarquhar and Lida Stockton (Lord) Reed; ed.
Western Univ. of Pa., N. 1". Law Sch., LL.B., and
LL.M.; m. Oct. 27, 1910, Christine, d. Col. William S.
Patten, U. S. A. Admitted to bar Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Sept, 1S99; in N. Y. State, June, 1900; mem. law firm
Caldwell, Masslich & Reed, N. Y. City, authority on
law of municipal and corporation securities, and
counsel for Investment Bankers' Ass'n of America.
Author of articles in July, 1906, and July, 1907, in
Green Bag; Jan., 1909, in Atlantic Monthly and Pear-
son's Magazine, Jan., 1910, proposing Federal anti-
trust law, declaring conditions upon which corpora-
tions may engage in inter-state commerce; proposal
later embodied in John Sharp Williams bill drawn
by Mr. Reed and adopted in Dem. platform of 1912.
Interested in practise of municipal and corporation
law. Cleveland Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Ass'n
Bar City of N. Y., Am Bar Ass'n, Am. Acad. Polit. &
Social Science, Am. Economic League, Pa. Soc, Phi
Delta Phi. Address: 100 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y'., May 27, I860:
s. Henry A. and Alice A. (Boardman) Reed; ed.
Poughkeepsie Prep. Sch., Union Coll., A.B.. C.E., 1882;

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