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neur Wesleyan Sem., 1880-1887; editor and mg'r The
Tribune, Gouverneur, N. Y., 1887-1903; treas. St. Law-
rence County, N. Y., two terms, 1893-1900; appt'd by
President Roosevelt, May, 1903. In Am. .Consular Service:
now Consul at Prescott, Canada. Republican; political
writer and platform speaker for 20 years in Northern
N. Y. Presbyterian. Was pres. B'd of Ed'n of Gouver-
neur, N. Y. Mem. Delta Upsilon fraternity. Address:
Prescott, Canada.


Banker, financier; adj. gen. of N. J.; b. Carlisle, Pa.,
Nov. 4, 1871; s. Wilbur F. and Sarah E. (Sterrett) Sad-
ler; ed. public schs. of Carlisle, Pa., Lawrenceville,
N. J., and Dickinson Coll. Built thirty miles of street
r'y in Schuylkill County. Pa., between Mahanoy City,
Shenandoah and Ashland; street r'ys from Carbondale
to Scranton; Greensburg to Irwin: Philadelphia to
Trenton; Morrisville to Yardley, all in Pa., and Trenton
to Princeton, N. J.: consolidated several electric light,
water and gas plants; pres. Broad St. Nat. Bank. Tren-
ton, N. J. Major. Pay Dep't, Gen. Collins' Staff; aide
on Gov. Fort's staff; adj. gen. State of N. J. since
April 15. 1909 Organized Trenton Chamber of Com-
merce and was first pres. Republican; Episcopalian.
Vestryman St. Michael's Ch. Residence: 9 W. State St.
Address: Broad Street Nat. Bank, Trenton, N. J.




Lawyer; b. Bellevue, O., July 10, 1S63; s. Rev. John
Safford, D.D., pastor of college churches at Crawfords-
ville, Ind., and Grlnnell, Iowa, and Cornelia .M.
(Walker) Safford; grad. Oberlin Coll., A.Li., liS5; Co-
lumbia Coll. Law Sch., LL.B., 1SS8 (prize fellowship,
1SS8-1S91); m. Pleasant Valley, Conn., Aug. 2S, 1889,
Christabel Lee; children: Geoffrey Lee, b. 1S93, Eliza-
beth Lee, b. 1896, Theodore Lee, b. 1898, Philip Lee, b.
1902. Admitted to N. Y. Bar in 1SS9; since then in gen.
practise. Democrat; Presby'n. Recreation: Golf.
Club: Crescent Athletic. Address: 76 William St.,
N. Y. City.


Artist, art critic, editor; b. Buffalo, N. Y.; d. William
S. and Josephine (Bentley) Sage; ed. Private French
Sch. and Seminary, Buffalo, N. Y.; Art Students' League,
Buffalo; Art Students' League, N. Y". City, under James
Carroll Beckwith, John H. Twachtman, Robert Reid,
Irving R. Wiles, also studied under Charles C. Curran,
N. Y., and E. Wyly Grier, of Toronto; diplomas for
English, French and Latin in Sem. Miniature hung
on line in N. Y. Water Color Club, 1902; prize in paint-
ing class. Art Students' League, Buffalo, 1904; appt'd
ass't sec. Buffalo Fine Arts Acad. 1904, ass't to late
Dr. Charles M. Kurtz, dir. Buffalo Fine Arts Acad.
1905-1909. Appt'd ass't dir. Buffalo Fine Arts Acad.,
Albright Art Gallery, Oct., 1909, acting dir. March 22,
1910; unanimously appt'd dir. Buffalo Fine Arts Acad.,
Albright Art Gallery, and Albright Art Sch., Oct., 1910:
pres. Buffalo Soc. of Artists, Nov., 1910, 1913. Organ-
ized 4th. 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th Annual Exb'ns of Se-
lected Paintings bv Am. Artists for Buffalo and St.
Louis, May-Nov., 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913; organ-
ized first exb'n of Society Nouvelle of Paris for Buffalo,
Chicago, St. Louis and Boston during winter of 1911-
1912; first exb'n of works of Bernard Boutet de Monvel
for St. Louis, Buffalo, Providence and Chicago; exb'n
of bronzes by Prince Paul Troubotzkoy for Chicago.
St. Louis and Toledo. At present organizing all exb'ns.
directing all -work and writing "Academy Notes" and
all publications, for Albright Art Gallery: writing art
citicisms for several leading newspapers. Mem. Art
Students' League, Buffalo; pres. Buffalo Soc. of Artists,
hon. pres. Guild of Allied Arts. Feb., 1912. Elected
mem. Am. Ass'n of Museums, Philadelphia, 1909; Am.
Federation of Arts. Washington, D. C, 1909; Am.-
Scandinavian Soc, N. Y., 1912; 2nd v.-p. Arehasol. Soc,
Washington. D. C, 1912. Appt'd one of Ave on com.
on U. S. Museums, Am. Federation of Arts, May, 1911.
Elected hon. mem., Buffalo Public Library, 1913; ihon.
Fellow Museum of French Art. French Inst, of United
States, 1913. Appt'd mem. Advisory Com. for N. Y.
State, Panama-Pacific Internat. Exp'n, San Francisco,
1915. Clu'bs: Scribblers. American Lyceum. Address:
Buffalo Fine Arts Acad., Albright Art Gallery, Buf-
falo, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 13. 1875; s. Dean
and Sarah A. (Manning) Sage; grad. Tale Univ., A.B.,
1897; Harvard Law Sch., LL.B., 1900: m. Albany, N. Y.,
June 9, 1900. Anna Parker: children: Cornelia, b.
1901; Sarah, b. 1902; Dean, Jr., b. 1908. Mem. firm
Zabriskie, Murray, Sage & Kerr; trustee N. T. Trust
Co., dir. Weeks-Numan Co. Deputy ass't dist. att'y,
N. Y. County, 1902. Republican. Mem. Exec. Com.
Prison Ass'n of N. Y. Clubs: University, Brook, Rac-
quet. Yale. Residence: Bernardsville, N. J. Address:
49 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Ass't sec. Gen. Ed'n B'd; b. Virden, 111., Nov. 14,
1855; s. Charles T. and Sophie E. (Gunnison) Sage; ed.
Shurtleff Coll., A.B., A.M., D.D., Chicago Univ. Divin-
ity School, B.D., Yale Univ. Ph.D.; m. Virden, 111.,
1879, Nora Amanda Cowen; children: Nora A., b. 1S80,
Eben B., b. 1883, Truman B., b. 1886. Pastor of Bap-
tist churches in HI. and Conn.; New Haven, Conn.,
1S86-1904. and of First Baptist Ch., 1901-1904: since
then with the Gen. Ed'n B'd. Republican. Trustee
N. Y. State Colonization Soc, Conn. Literary Inst.
Residence: 419 W. 118th St. Address: 17 Battery
PI., N. Y. City.


Merchant, state senator; b. Menands, N. Y., May 18,
1868; s. Dean Sage and Sarah (Manning) Sage; grad.
Tale Coll., 1890; m. May 14, 1911, Cornelia Cogswell:
children: Anne, Katherine, Cornelia. Engaged in land
and timber business since 1890. Pres. Sage Land and
Improvement Co., dir. Albany Ins. Co., trustee Albany
Savings Bank, v.-p N. Y. State Nat. Bank. Eleoted
state senator from 28th senatorial dist., 1910; re-
elected 1912. Republican. Address: 33 State St., Al-
bany, N. Y.


i. Mis. Russell Sage); b. Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. 8,
L828; '1. Hon. Joseph and Margaret Pierson (Jermain)
Slocum- ed. in schools of Syracuse; grad. Troy Female
Sem., 1847; received degree of Mistress of Letters from
N. Y. Univ., 1904; m. Watervliet, N. Y., Nov. 24, 1869,
Hon. Russell Sage. Since death of her husband has
devoted herself to important philanthropies. Pres.
Emma Willard Ass'n. Mem. Soc. Mayflower Descend-
ants and many other org'ns. Presbyterian. Address:
604 Fifth Av , N. T. City.


Author, journalist; b. Manchester, N. H., May 8,
1864; s. Abby Sage Richardson; ed. in public schools
of Boston, Mass., and at schools in France and Ger-
many; moved to N. Y. City in 1881, and was for ten
years engaged in railroad and banking business.
Author: Robert Tournay, a tale of the French Revo-
lution; The Claybornes, a story of the Civil War;
Frenchy, the Story of a Gentleman; The District At-
torney, a story of the present day; By Right Divine,
and Robert Tournay, a dramatization of the novel by
that name. Address: 604 W. 146th St., City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City; s. Francis and Mary Eliza
(Robson) Sage; ed. Mt. Washington Collegiate Inst.;
grad. Columbia Coll., A.B., A.M., LL.B., 1871 (second
in class; Latin salutatorian) ; m. N. Y. City, June 20,
1895, Katherine Robson, b. 1896. Was mem. law firm
Forbes & Sage, 1S76-1SS4; since has had no asso. in
business; dir. North River Savings Bank. Republican;
Episcopalian; warden St. Andrew's Ch., since 1901.
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. County Lawyers
Ass'n, St. Nicholas Lodge, F. and A. M. (past master);
dir. Y. M. C. A. of N. Y. City. Former mem. N. T.
County Republican Com.; mem. Scarsdale Republican
Town Com., Scarsdale B'd of Ed'n, trustee Scarsdale
Golf and Country Club; veteran Co. "H" 7th Reg't.
NjG.N.Y".; director N. Y. Sunday Sch. Ass'n. Recrea-
tions: Camping, fishing, hunting. Clubs: Union League,
Aldine Ass'n. Address: 156 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Mechanical eng'r; b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y'. 1862; ed.
public schs., high sch., grad. Stevens Inst., Hoboken,
X. J., M.E., 1883. Employed with Chicago, Burlington
& Quincy R. R., Erie R. R., and Jamaica R. R., 8
years, as gen. foreman mech. eng'r, and sup't of
motive power; mech. eng'r Schenectady Locomotive
Works; chief mech. eng'r Am. Locomotive Co., later
elected v.-p. of co. Mem. Public Service Comm'n. Mem.
Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs. Clubs: Lawyers, Engineers,
Nat. Arts, Mohawk, Fort Orange. Address: Office of
Public Service Oomm'r, Albany, N. Y.


Physician and surgeon; b. Ulster Park, N. Y., June
23, 1854; s. Solomon and Caroline (Winfield) Sahler;
ed. in common schools and Med. Dep't, Columbia Coll.,
N. Y. City, Coll. Phys. and Surg., M.D., 1878; m. Stone
Ridge, N. Y., April 20, 1880, Jennie Sahler. Founder,
pres. and dir. Dr. C. O. Sahler Sanitarium, Kingston,
N. T.; mem. Am. Phys. and Surg. Ass'n, Chicago,
Medico-Legal Soc, N. T. City. Author: Psychic Life
and Laws; contb'r to publishers on psychology; lec-
turer in many cities upon subject of psychology. Ad-
dress: Kingston-on-Hudson, N. Y.


Wordsworthian; b. Ithaca, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1852; d.
Edward J. (M.D.) and Anne (Bruyn) Morgan; studied
with private teachers and attended lectures, Cornell
Univ.; m. Ithaca, June 25, 1883, Henry Ancel St. John
(civil eng'r); children: Edward Morgan, m. March
10, 1886, Sheila Annesley, b. May 5, 1891. Editor-
Wordsworth for the Young, with an introduction for
Parents and Teachers, 1891 (D. Lathrop Co.); Ameri-
can Bibliography of Wordsworth, 1896 (Macmillan);
Memorial Lines On the Death of Charles Lamb, pri-
vately printed from original edition of 1835, with a
supplementary note by Cynthia Morgan St. John, fifty-
copies only printed, Ithaca, N. Y., 1904; miscellaneous
articles to reviews on Wordsworth and other topics-
Bibliography of William Wordsworth, based on the
Library of Mrs. St. John, with notes and experiences
of a Wordsworth Collector (in preparation); Words-
worth and His Sponsors in the America of Long Ago
(in preparation). Has collected all the editions of
Wordsworth (English and American) to date, and
much important Wordsworthiana. "Letters of the
Wordsworth Family,' 1 edited by Prof. William Knight
(3 vols.), 1908 (Ginn), has this dedication: "To Cyn-
thia Morgan St. John, the best known student of
Wordsworth in America, and but for whose aid these
volumes may never have been published." Address:
Ithaca, N. Y.




State senator; b. 1873; s. Solomon and Tobie Salant;
ed. N. Y. Univ. Coll., Ph.B., 1895, N. Y. Univ. Law Sen.,
LL.B., 1898; post-grad student at Columbia (prize
essayist at Coll.); unmarried. Taught N. Y. Public
Evening Schools, and private inst'n. Engaged in prac-
tice of law since 1898. Specialty is real estate law and
commercial praotice; several of his appeals are re-
ported in law reports where he argued novel points
of law successfully. Realty owner and taxpayer. En-
tered politics as Good Gov't watcher while a college
student and has been active in Citizens' Union affairs.
Mem. Citizens' Union County Com. and Exec. Com.
of Assembly District; delegate to Citizens' Union
convs. Republican. Candidate as Roosevelt delegate
to Rep. Presidential Conv. from 17th Cong. Dist. 1912;
elected State Senator from 19th Senatorial Dist. on
Progressive Ticket, 1912. Mem. Law In3t. Residence;
113 W. 122d St. Address: 200 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Importer; b. N. Y. City, March 14, 1S61; s. Hamilton
H. and Emily Morris (Butler) Salmon; ed. Cornwall
(N. Y.) Mil. Sen,; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 12, 1889,
Jessie B. Sweetland; one son: Hamilton H., Jr., b. Jan.
26, 1893.. Treas. Fertilizer Material Supply Co. Mem.
Cong"l Ch. Mason (32"), Medical Society of N. Y.
Recreations: Driving horses, riding, outdoor sports.
Clubs: Riding & Driving of Brooklyn (v.-p.), Mon-
tauk, Glenwood Country. Residence: 1154 Dean St.,
Brooklyn. Address: 88 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Prof, history, Vassar Coll.; ed. Univ. of Mich., A.B.,
1876, A.M , 1883, fellow in history, Bryn Mawr Coll.,
1886-1887, graduate work at Univ. of Paris and at
Florence, Italy, 1898-1900. Principal of high sch.,
McGregor, Iowa, 1876-1881; teacher of history Indiana
State Normal Sch., 18S3-18S6; connected with faculty
of Vassar since 1887 as ass't prof., 1S87-18S9, prof,
history since 1889. Author: Domestic Service, Prog-
ress in the Household, 1906. Address: Vassar Coll.,
Poughkeepsie, N. 1".


Civil eng'r, mf'r; b. Del., Dec. 4, 1866; s. Daniel and
Anna M. (Hess) Salmon; grad. Dickinson Coll., A.M.;
m. Carlisle, Pa., Nov. 1889, C. Belle Klink. In eng'ring
dep't of Pa., Phila. & Reading, and Chicago & North-
western R'ys, 1886-1892; with Hall Signal Co., suc-
cessively as eng'r, gen. ag't and v.-p., 1892-1897; in
charge of European business, 1897-1901; pres. Taylor
Signal Co., Buffalo, N. Y., 1901-1904; Gen. R'y Signal
Co., Rochester, N. Y., since 1904. Mn'g dir. Gen. R'y
Signal Co. of Canada, Ltd.; pres. and dir. Potter-
Winslow Co., Chicago; treas. and dir. Bryant Zinc
Co., Chicago. Mem. Western Soc. of Eng'rs; R'y Sig-
nal Ass'n; Am. Acad. Polit. & Social Science; Theta
Delta Chi fraternity. Trustee Rochester Chamber of
Commerce, Dickinson Coll.; dir. R'y Business Ass'n.
Recreations: Motoring, fishing, shooting, golf. Clubs:
Buffalo (Buffalo), Genesee Valley. Rochester Country,
Oak Hill Country (Rochester), Transportation, Rail-
road (N. Y.). Address: Rochester, N. Y".


Banker; m. Helen N. Forbes Lewis. Mem. firm of
William Salomon & Co.; dir. Internat. Banking Oorp'n,
Lincoln Trust Co. Mem. S. A. R. Clubs: Racquet and
Tennis, Manhattan, New York, City Midday, Recess,
N. Y. Yacht, Reform, National Arts. Address: 1020
Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Author; d. N. Y. City, lineal descendant of Admiral
Kornelis Evertson, who, Aug. 9, 1673, recaptured N.
Y. City from English; ed. St. Paul's Sch., Concord, N.
H., the Sorbonne, Paris, in Heidelberg and Munich,
Germany, and Colum'bia Coll. Law Sch.; m. Paris, 1895,
Miss Welsh-Smith; one d.: Elsie Welsh Saltus. Au-
thor: Balzac; The Philosophy of Disenchantment; The
Anatomy of Negation; Mr. Incoul's Misadventure; The
Truth About Tristem Varick; Eden; Mary Magdalen;
Imperial Purple; A Transaction in Hearts; Purple and
Fine Women; Historia Amoris; The Pomps of Satan;
The Lords of Ghostland. Clubs: Manhattan (N. Y.
City); Blenheim (London); Capucines (Paris). Ad-
dress: Manhattan Club, N. Y. City.


Att'y and counsellor at law; b. Hackensack, N. J.,
May 22, 1S82; s. Henry Clay and Mary J. (Heath)
Sammis; grad. N. Y. Univ., LL.B., St. Lawrence Univ.,
LL.M. Teacher N. Y. City Public Schs., 3 years. In
practice of law since admission to bar. Republican;
Methodist Episcopalian. Mem. N. Y. County Lawyers
Ass'n, Nat. Provident Union 9oc, Zeta Psi fraternity,

Phi Delta Phi. Clubs: Phi Delta Phi, Seward Repub-
lican. Residence: 899 Lafayette Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Consul gen.; b. N. Y. State, 1863; studied law, Al-
bany, N. Y.; attended Albany Law Sch., and studied
Internat. law and diplomacy at George Washington
Univ.; editor and publisher, 1884-1898; private sec. to
U. S. senator, 1898-1905; consul gen. to Manchuria,
1905-1906; assigned to Mukden and Antung, May, 1906,
in connection with negotiations for opening of these
ports under treaty of 1903; consul gen. to Korea, 1907-
1909; consul gen. to Japan, 1909-1913; delegate on part
of U. S. to 5th Internat. Congress of Chambers of
Commerce, Boston, 1912; appt'd consul gen. to Shang-
hai, Nov. 25, 1913. Address: Am. Consulate, Shanghai,


Professor of English literature; b. Cincinnati, O.,
Sept. 7, 1866; s. William S. and Virginia (Wright)
Sampson; ed. Univ. of Cincinnati, A.B., A.M., Munich,
Paris, London; m. Julia Dauchy Pattison. Instr. Univ.
of Iowa, 1889-1891; ass't prof. Stanford Univ., 1S91-
1893; prof. Indiana Univ., 1893-1906; Cornell Univ.,
since 1907. Editor of texts in English literature,
Among them, Milton's Poems, Irving's Sketch-Book,
Cranford, Webster's Plays, Middleton's Plays. Ad-
dress: Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N. Y.


Author, editor; 'b. Le Roy, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1860; e. Rus-
sell L. and Mary Elizabeth (Parsons) Samson; high
school education; m. Adrian, Mich., Dec. 25, 1882, Mary
Elizabeth Bixby. Connected with Rochester Post Ex-
press as editorial writer and mn'g editor, 1881-1911.
Pres. Rochester Historical Soc, 1904-1906. Editor of
the Private Journal of Aaron Burr, 2 volumes, 1903;
Letters from George Washington to Tobias Lear, with
Appendix Containing Miscellaneous Washington Let-
ters and Documents, 1905; Letters of Zachary Taylor
from the Battlefields of the Mexican War, 1908; v.-p.
Anderson Auction Co., Metropolitan Art Ass'n. Resi-
dence: 454 Riverside Drive. Address: 284 Madison Av.,
N. Y. City.


Playwright; b. San Francisco, Oct. 3, 1874; s. David
and Matilda (Freund) Samuels; grad. Univ. of Calif.,
A.B., 1894. Practised law in San Francisco for seven
years before turning to literature. Author: The Flor-
entines, 1904 (Brentano's); The Conflict, play produced
at Garden Theatre. N. Y., 1909. Clubs: Lambs, Sigma
Xu fraternity, California Soc, Soc. of Am. Dramatists
and Composers, Am. Universities, New Oxford and
Cambridge (N. R.) of London. Address: Lambs Club,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer, banker; b. Odessa, Russia, May 25, 1867;
s. Nathan and Elka Sanders; attended State Gymna-
sium, Odessa, Russia; public sch. N. Y. City, private
tutors, and N. Y. Law Sch.; m., N. Y. City, Nov. 8, 1896,
Bertha Fischer; children: Nathan, Frances, Theresa.
Admitted to bar, Nov. 8, 1S95, and engaged in practice
until elected justice Municipal Court of City of N. Y.,
1903. Resigned Sept. 1, 1913, and elected v.-p. and dir.
Public Bank of N. Y. City. Mem. Legislature State of
N. Y. from 12th Assembly Dist, 1899-1902. Hebrew.
Mason; mem. Soc. Med. Jurisprudence, Free Sons of
Judah, Nat. Union, Royal Arcanum; grand master In-
dependent Order B'rith Abraham. Pres. Hebrew Shel-
tering & Immigrant Aid Soc; dir. Jewish Maternity
Hosp., and mem. of every Jewish charitable inst'n.
Residence: 292 East Broadway. Address: Public Bank,
Delancey and Ludlow Sts., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Titusville, Pa., Dec. 20, 1867; s. Edward
Patterson and Elise (Crassous) Sanderson; ed. public
schools and private tuition; m. Irvington-on-Hudson,
N. Y., Feb. 1, 1893, Beatrice Walter; children: James
Reed, b. Nov. 12, 1893; Henry Geoffrey, b. Aug. 10, 1908.
Was organizer of one of the original electric light
companies of N. Y. City, afterwards its pres. Pres. and
organizer first trolley express service, N. Y. State,
Metropolitan Express Co., operated over Metropolitan
and Westchester lines; pres. and organizer of first
automobile public service corp'n N. Y. City; first auto-
bus service on Fifth Av. Entered Wall Street 1905;
now mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange; dir. Eagle Gold Min-
ing Co., Yonkers Electric Light and Power Co., N. Y.
Transportation Co., Metropolitan Securities Co.. Fifth
Av. Stage Co., Park Carriage Co.; Mt. Morris Electric
Light Co.; Motor Cab Co. of N. Y. ; Taximeter Carriage
Co.; Motor Cups Holding Co.; mem. Pa. Soc, Geog. Soc



(Washington). Republican; Episcopalian. Clubs: Met-
ropolitan, Automobile of America CY.-P. and chm'n
com.). N. Y. Athletic, Llederkranz, N. Y. Railroad, Civic

Residence: Metropolitan Club. Address: 25 Broad St.,
N. Y. City.


Steamship agent; b. Liverpool, Eng., April 2, 1866;
s. Richard and Zara Palmer (Hicks) Sanderson; ed.
Lycee, Caen, Normandy, France, and Birkenhead Sch.,
Liverpool, Eng.; m. April 15, 1896, Ottilie Force; chil-
dren: Lloyd Bowen, Jr., b. 1S9S, Robert Monroe, b. 1900,
Frederick Augustus, >b. 1907. Senior partner, since
1901, Sanderson & Son, agents for Wilson Lines, Phce-
nix Line (Antwerp), Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.
Clubs: Union, Racquet and Tennis, N. Y. Yacht, Down
Town Ass'n, Rumson Country. Address: 345 W. S6th
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Yonkers, N. Y., Aug. 15. 1S72; s. Thomas
S. and Mary (Lawson) Sandford; grad. Columbia Univ.,
A. B., 1S94, Harvard Law Sch., LL.B. (cum laude), 1897.
N. Y. Univ., J. D., 1905; m. New York, July 29, 1901,
Lisa Winchester Heighe. Clerk in office Messrs. Carter,
Hughes & Dwight. 1S97-1S99; Deputy Ass't District
Att'y in N. Y. County under District Att'ys Philbin and
Jerome, 1901-1905; Counsel to Gov. of N. Y. (Hon.
Charles E. Hughes), 1907-1908; lecturer and asso. prof.
N. Y. Univ. Law Sch., 1901-1907. Now mem. law firm
of Haig-ht, Sandford & Smith. Republican. Mem. N. Y.
State Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Residence:
863 Park Av.. N. Y. City, and Fairfield, Conn. Address:
27 William St., N. Y. City.


Artist, painter; b. in Hungary, 1857; ed. Art Students'
League, N. Y. City, 18S5, under George de Forest Brush,
and in Paris, 1889-1890, under Francais Flameng and
Gabriel Ferrier; unmarried. Has traveled in Canada
and U. S. in the southwest (Arizona and New Mexico)
and Mexico, and all over Europe, sketching and paint-
ing. Painted a miniature portrait which was hung in
the place of honor at Paris Salon, 1905; represented
with miniatures and landscapes in the principal exhi-
bitions. Mem. Am. Federation of Arts, Artists Fund
Soc. Club: Salmagundi. Address: 140 West 57th St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, July 27, 1853; s. Samuel Ste-
vens and Mary Emily (Aymar) Sands; ed. Columbia
Coll., A. B., 1874. A. M., 1S77. Columbia Law Sch., LLB.,
1S76: m. N. Y. City, Jan. 17, 1878, Amy K. Akin. Has
practised law in N. Y. City since 1876, formerly as
mem. of firm of Webb & Sprague; since 18S2 as part-
ner in firm of Bowers & Sands. Dir. Commonwealth
Ins. Co. of N. Y North British and Mercantile Ins. Co.
of N. Y., and U. S. dir. North British and Mercantile
Ins. Co. of London; mem. Advisory Com. Hudson River,
University and Grand Central branches, Corn Exchange
Bank; trustee Greenwich Savings Bank; mem. Com. of
Counsel, Lawyers Title Ins. Co.; also dir. of numerous
banks, trust companies and financial corp'ns. Trustee
Columbia Coll. Republican; former pres. Republican
Club, of 27th Assembly Dist.; Episcopalian. Fellow
Met. Museum of Arts; mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.,
Soc. Colonial Wars, St. Nicholas Soc. Clubs: Union,
University (v.-p.). Republican. St. Anthony, Down
Town, Church, City. Columbia, University. Residence:
58 W. 48th St. Address: 46 Cedar St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, banker; b. Hopkinton, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1847:
s. Hon. Jonah, Jr., and Clarinda (Risdon) Sanford; ed.
District Sch., Lawrenceville Acad., Cornell Univ., Al-
bany Law Sch.: m. Potsdam. N. Y., Dec. 23, 1893, Fran-
ces Merritt. Practised law at Potsdam. N. Y., 1874-
1895. Founded. 18S9. the People's Bank of Potsdam
and ihas since been its pres. Traveled in Florida. Calif.,
etc. Delegate to Nat. Rep. Conv., 1892. Pres. People's
Bank, pres. and v.-p. Thatcher Mf'sr Co., v.-p. Rac-
quette River Paper Co., sec. High Falls S. Pulp and
Mining Co.: att'y Potsdam S. & S. Ass'n. Republican.
Author: Early History of Hopkinton. 1903, Letters,
Essays and Biographical Sketches, 1907, Thomas San-
ford Genealogy, 1910. Address: Potsdam, N. Y.


Lawyer; to. Poughkeepsie. N. Y., Aug. 29. 1871; s.
Robert and Helen M H. (Stuyvesant) Sanford; ed. An-
dover, Acad.: grad. Williams Coll., B.B., 1895; studied
law at Columbia Law Sch.; m. N. Y. City. May, 29, 1900,
Mary Mott Low: children: Henry Gansevoort. Jr., Lou-
isa Mott. Engaged in gen. practice of law. Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.. N Y. Hist. Soc, St. Nicholas
Soc, Sons of the Revolution, Soc. of Colonial Wars.
Kappa Alpha fraternity; judge advocate, rank of

major. First Brigade, N. G. N. Y. Deputy gov. Soc.
Colonial Wars in N. Y. State. Clubs: University,
Squadron A, Ardsley. Address: 43 Cedar St., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Amsterdam, N. Y.; s. Stephen San-
ford (mem. 41st Congress); grad. Yale, A. B., 1872;
m. 1892, Ethel Sanford. On leaving college became
associated with his father, Stephen Sanford, in the car-
pet manufacturing industry at Amsterdam, N. Y., es-
tablished by ihis grandfather, John Sanford, in 1842,

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