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and has since -been connected with that enterprise,
which is now one of the most important of its kind
in the country, employing over 3,000 people. Was mem.
51st and 52d Congresses, 18S9-93, elected on the Re-
publican ticket. Pres. Stephen Sanford & Sons, Inc.
Owner of celebrated stable of race horses at Amster-
dam, N. Y. Mem. State Racing Comm'n. Clubs: Met-
ropolitan, University, Republican, The Brook, Turf and
Field, Meadowbrook, Racquet, Piping Rock, Jockey,
(N. Y. City); Metropolitan (Washington, D. C). Win-
ter residence: Bayonette Cottage, Aiken, S. C. Address:
Amsterdam, N. Y.


Paymaster, United States Navy; b. Syracuse, N. Y.,
June 9, 1876; s. Leonard Gibbs and Lillias Josephine
(Rumsey) Sanford; grad. Hobart Coll., B.L., 1897; m.
Roselle, N. J., June 22, 1904, Helen Sandford Greves;
one d., Helen Greves Sanford, b. 1905. Pav officer
U.S.S. Florida. Private, 3d N. Y. Vols., 1898; ass't
paymaster, Vol. Navy, 1898-1899; ass't paymaster, U.
S. Navy, 1S99-1903; passed ass't paymaster, 1903, pay-
master, 'U.S.N, since 1903. Mem. Chi Phi fraternity.
Clubs: N. Y. Yacht, Army and Navy (N. Y.), Army and
Navy (Washington, D. C. ). Residence: Rumsey Hall,
Cornwall, Conn. Address: U.S.S. Florida, Care Post-
master, N. Y.


Publicist; b. N. Y., May 21, 1853; s. Henry and Mary
E. (Requa) Sanger; grad. Harvard Univ., A.B., 1874,
A.M., 1875. Columbia Law Sch. LL.B., 1878; Hamilton
Coll., LL.D.. 1902; m. N. Y. City, Feb. 23, 1892, Mary
Ethel Cleveland Dodge; children: William Cary, Jr., b.
Feb. 9, 1S93; Henry Lawrence (deceased), b April 13,
1S94; Mary Ethel, b. July 29, 1895; John Haynes (de-
ceased), b. Nov. 1, 1899; Richard H, b. July 22, 1905;
Lillian Schieffelin, b. Apr. 3, 1909. Mem. State Assem-
bly, 1895-1897; lieut.-col. 203d Reg't N. Y. Vols, in
Spanish-Am. War; ass't sec. war, 1901-1903; pres. Am.
delegation to Internat. Conf., 1906, to revise the Treaty
of Geneva. Mem. Am. Delegation of Internat. Red
Cross Conf., London, 1907; Mem. War Relief B"d, Nat.
Red Cross; chm'n Nat. Guard comm'n. appt'd by Gov.
Hughes, 1907. Presidential Elector 1908; mem. N. Y.
State Comm'n in Lunacy, 1910-1911: pres. State Hosp.
Comm'n, 1911-1913. Was designated by Pres. of U. S.,
to receive on behalf of U. S. Gov't, lighthouse at
Crown Point, Lake Champlain, June 19, 1912; has
served as trustee of Hamilton Coll., chancellor of N.
Y. Chapter, Colonial Order of Acorn; Gov. N. Y. Soc.
of Colonial Wars. Author: The Reserve and Auxiliary
Forces of England and the Militia of Switzerland (a
report prepared for the U. S. Gov't), 1903; contb'r to
mil. journals on coast defenses, etc. Address: Sanger-
field, N. Y.


Physician and sanitarian; b. Hughesville Pa \ug
13, 1862; s. John Clark and Elizabeth (Gray) Santee;
ed. in common schools of Pennsylvania, New Colum-
bus (Pa.) Acad.. Hahnemann Med. Coll.. Philadelphia
Homoeopathic Med. Coll, of Missouri, St Louis, Hah-
nemann Hosp., Rochester, N. Y.; Cornell Univ.; m. Cort-
land. N. Y Dec. 22, 1883, Beulah H. Barber. Practised
medicine, Cortland, N. Y 1890-1906; dairy expert U S
Dep't Agriculture. 1906-1907; now med. expert N.'Y.
State Dep't of Health, coroner Cortland Countv. 1900-
1904; mem. 45th Separate Co.. N. G. N. Y., 18'88-1895,
private to commanding officer of company Dir. of
ag'r, Good Will Homes & Sens. Republican; Episco-
palian. Mem. Am. Public Health Ass'n, Medico-Chir-
urg. Soc. of Central N. Y.; Inter-State Med. Soc, Cort-
land County (N. Y.) Homo?. Med. Soc. Author: San-
tee's Repertory of Convulsions, 1890; Santee Gene-
alogy, 1899. Recreations: Automobiling, tennis. Ad-
dress: Cortland, N. Y.


Managing editor: b. Bialystok. Russia. Nov. 14 1853-
s. Wolf and Chaya-Feiga (Bodden) Saphirstein; ed.
private schools in Bialystok: m. Bialystok, Russia,
March 10. 1871, Hannah Gerschuni. Engaged in mer-
cantile pursuits until 1S76, when received concession
from Russian Gov't to open a private circulating
library and book business in Brest-Litevsk; settled in
Warsaw and became a publisher of Hebrew books in



1879; came to U. S. in 1887 and engaged in publishing
business, issuing an English-Yiddish dietkmary; es-
tablished Hebrew-American (English and Hebrew
weekly), 1892, the N. Y. Jewish Abend Post (daily),
1898, and the Jewish Morning Journal in 1901; see.,
treas. and dir. The Jewish. Press Publishing Co. Re-
publican. Dir. Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid
Soc. Address: 102 Bowery, N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Albany, N. Y., March 2, 1882; s.
Grange and Caroline (VVolverton) Sard; grad. St.
Marks Sch., Harvard Coll., A.B., 1905; m. Hot Springs,
"Va., Sept. 23, 1912, Abbie Ingalls Barnard. V.-p., treas.
and gen. mg'r Rathibone, Sard & Co.; dir. Nat. Com-
mercial Bank, Albany Insurance Co. Mason, 32".
Clubs: Port Orange, Country, University (Albany),
Racquet and Tennis, Harvard (N. Y. City). Res-
idence: 473 State St. Address: Care Rathbone, Sard &
Co., Albany, N. Y.


Teacher of dramatic art; b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 31,
1856; s. Rev. John Turner and Mary Elizabeth (Fiske)
Sargent; ed. Chauncey Hall Sch., Boston; grad. Har-
vard Coll., A.B., 1877; unmarried. Engaged in studies
abroad, 1877-1879; private teacher of elocution and
public reader, 1879-1880; instr. in elocution, Harvard
Univ., 1880-1882; dramatic dir Madison q. Theatre,
1882-1884; pres. Am. Acad, of Dramatic Arts since 1884.
Republican; Unitarian. Clubs: Players, Century. Ad-
dress: Carnegie Hall, N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., June 6, 1872; s. Fran-
cis Porter and Roselyn (Hitchcock) Sargent; grad.
Harvard Univ., A.B., 1896; A.M., 1897; m. Rome, Italy,
March 9, 1906, Margaret Upham; one son: Meredith, b.
Feb. 28, 1913. Ass't in botany, Harvard Univ., later
ass't in zoology, grad. student in comparative anat-
omy, 1896-1900; engaged in research in comparative
neurology; published 6 monographs and scientific pa-
pers on that subject. Master of science, Browne &
Nichols Sch., 1898-1904; dir. of Science Nautical Pre-
paratory Sch., 1903-1904; founder and dir. Mr. Sargent's
Travel Sch. for Boys since 1904, in that capacity has
traveled around world 5 times. Progressive. Mem.
various scientific and edn'l socs. and ass'tns. Recrea-
tions: Traveling, farming, gardening. Clubs: Univer-
sity, Harvard (Boston). Residence: 233 Bay State
Road. Address: 50 Congress St., Boston, Mass.


Lawyer; b. Sandy Creek, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1873; s. Ed-
mund D. and Marcia (Knollin) Sargent; ed. Sandy
Creek High Sch., 1893; two years' classical course at
Colgate Univ.; grad. Syracuse Univ. Law Sch., LL.B.,
1898; m. Lacona, N. Y., May 2, 1894, Nettie Blodgett;
children: Knollin Maurford, b. Nov. 19, 1895, Celia Mar-
jorie, b. Aug. 18, 1897, Howard Albert, b. April 19,
1907. Began practice of law Jan., 1899; in partnership
with brother L. Carl Sargent, under firm name of Sar-
gent & Sargent, with offices in Syracuse and Sandy
Creek, N. Y., since Oct., 1912. Att'y for and dir. First
Nat. Bank of Lacona. Republican; Methodist. Stew-
ard and sup't Sunday Sch. Sandy Creek M. B. Church
since 1899; sec. local branch of Dairymen's League;
mem. B'd of Ed'n of Sandy Creek High Sch. Address:
Sandy Creek, N. Y.


Mechanical eng'r; b. Lynn, Mass., June 16, 1863; s.
George M. and Helen (Durham) Sargent; grad. North-
western Univ., M.A. ; Mass. Inst. Techno!.; m. Chicago,
111., Feb. 14, 1899, Mary A. Pardridge; children: Will-
iam Durham, Jr., b. 1901, Teresa Evelyn, b. 1904, May
Theresa, b. 1911. Chm'n B'd Readlng-Bayonne Steel
Casting Co.; dir. and mem. Exec. Com. Am. Brake Shoe
and Foundry Co.; dir. Am. Steel Foundries, Internat.
Motor Co. Republican. Mem. Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs,
Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs, Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Clubs: Engineers, University, Automobile of America,
Technology, Essex County Country. Address: Oak St.,
Bayonne, N. J.


Artist; b. Philadelphia, Nov. 21, 1843; s. John Sar-
tain (prominent engraver) and Susannah Longmate
(Swaine) iSartain; grad. Philadelphia Central High
Sch., A.B., 1861; studied painting privately under
Christian Schussele, of Philadelphia, and under Bon-
nat, also at Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris. Has re-
ceived medals from various expositions; his paintings
are in prominent public and private collections, in-
cluding figure pieces, landscapes, etc. Asso. Nat. Acad,
of Design; formerly prof, life classes, Art Students'
League; pne of founders of Soc. Am. Artists. Address:
130 W. 57th St., N. Y. City.


Life ins. broker, b. N. Y. City, Oct. 26, 1867; s. John
J. and Mary (Cooney) Sasseen; ed. St. Patrick's Paro-
chial Sch., Grammar Sch. No. 35, Univ. of N. Y., Ford-
ham, A. M.; m. Sept. 22, 1903, Marie Clementine Thiery;
children: George Thiery, b. July 21, 1904, Regina Jo-
sephine, b. Feb. 25, 1906. Leather salesman (traveling);
territory, whole U. S., Canada, /Mexico. Resided 2 years
in Boston; one year in Los Angeles. Engaged in real
estate business, 1888. Since 1893 in life ins. business,
N. Y. Independent in politics. Roman Catholic. Mem.
Fordham Alumni, Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. Clubs:
Catholic, Fox Hills Golf, Hollywood Golf, N. Y. Athletic,
Manhattan. Address: 925 West End Av., N. Y. City.


Architect; b. Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1878; s. Ed-
ward Rathbone and Joanna Mesier (Reese) Satterlee;
ed. St. Paul's Sch., Concord, N. H., 1890-1894; Colum-
bia Univ. Sch. of Architecture. 1895-1899, B. S.; Colum-
bia Univ. (first honorable mention in Columbia Travel-
ing Fellowship Competition, 1901). Entered Ecole Na-
tionale et Speciale des Beaux-Arts, 1904; in partner-
ship with John Dalzell Boyd, under firm name of Sat-
terlee & Boyd, since 1908; in gen. practice of archi-
tecture, memorial and ecclesiastical structures, and
residential told'gs. Architect of Chapel for Zion Ch.
and Memorial to Pres. McKinley, New Hamburgh,
N. Y., Little Sanctuary and All Hallows Gate on Cathe-
dral property, Washington, D. C. ; Gallaudet Memorial
Guild House for Deaf Mutes, N. Y. ; alteration to chan-
cel of Calvary Episcopal Ch., N. Y., also memorial caen
stone reredos in same; memorial entrance porch on Ch.
of Holy Communion, N. Y. ; residence of Admiral A. T.
Mahan, Quogue, L. I.; Manursing Island Club, Rye,
N. Y. ; cottages and farm bld'gs for Herbert L. Satter-
lee, Great Head, Bar Harbor, Maine, and bld'gs at Sot-
terley, Md. Mem. Psi Upsilon fraternity. Clubs: Uni-
versity, Columbia Univ. Residence: 125 W. 58th St.
Address: 3 W. 29th St., N. Y. City.


Physician; ed. N. Y. Univ., A. B., 1865; Univ. Med.
Coll, M. D., 1868 (Ph.D.); m. 1st, 1868, Laura Suydam:
children: Madeline LeRoy, Laura. Henry S., F. LeRoy.
Jr.; m. 2d, 1906, Mary Philipse Gouverneur Iselin. Late
prof, of chemistry and hygiene, Am. Veterinary Coll.;
attending physician St. Elizabeth Hosp., N. Y. ; con-
sulting physician Midnight Mission; late attending
physician Northwestern Dispensary, Dep't of Skin and
Rheumatism; prof, of physics, chemistry and metal-
lurgy in N. Y. Coll. of Dentistry. Late surgeon 84th
Reg't, N. G. N. Y. Trustee West Side Savings Bank.
Author: Treatise on Rheumatism. Honorary mem. Soc.
of Arts, London, England; fellow N. Y. Acad. Medicine,
Geog. Soc; mem. Countv Med. Soc, Pathological Soc.
A.A.A.S.; fellow N. Y. Hist. Soc; mem. Med. Ass'n of
Greater City of N. Y. ; mem. Soc Colonial Wars, Sons
of Revolution, St. Nicholas Soc, Zeta Psi fraternity
(ex-pres.). Clubs: Century, Players. Address: 6 W.
56th St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1873; s. Ed-
ward R. and Joanna M. (Reese) Satterlee; ed. St. Paul's
Sch., Concord. N. H., Columbia, A. B., 1894, M.A., 1898;
M.D. (Coll. Phys. and Surg.), 1898; unmarried. Fin-
ished post-grad, course at Hood Wright Hosp., 1900.
Sloane Maternity Hosp., 1901; studied pathology in
Berlin, 1892, medicine in Vienna, 1908; instr. histology
and embryology, Univ. and Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll.,
1892-1910. Attending physician and pathologist to
Washington Heights Hosp.; pathologist Gouverneur
Hosp., 1907-1909; ass't pathologist St. Vincent's Hosp.,
instr. in medicine Univ. and Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll.
since 1910. Mem. 7th Reg't, N. G. N. Y.; private, 1893-
1900; corporal, 1900-1901; ass't hosp. steward, 1901-
1907; ass't surgeon since 1907. Episcopalian. Fellow
N. Y. Acad, of Medicine; mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, Am.
Therapeutic Soc, N. Y. Pathol. Soc, N. Y. Co. and State
Med. Socs., Greater N. Y. Med. Ass'n, Sloane Maternity
Alumni Ass'n, Hood Wright Hosp. Alumni Ass'n, Soc.
of Eng'r Corps, 7th Reg't, N. G. N. Y., Psi Upsilon fra-
ternity. Author: Outlines of Human Embryology, 1905
(Wiley). Clubs: University, Columbia University. Ad-
dress: 125 W. 58bh St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. N. Y. City, June 4, 1874; s. Francis Le
Roy Satterlee. M.D., and Laura (Suvdam) Satterlee;
ed. Harvard Univ., A.B., 1S96, Columbia Univ. (Coll.
Phys. and Surg.), M.D., 1900; m. Milton, Mass., Feb. 21,
1903, Ethel Alice Whitney; children: Henrv Suydam,
Jr., b. 1904, Stanton Whitney, b. 1907. Appt'd interne
St. Luke's Hosp., March. 1900. Served on House Staff
St. Luke's Hosp., 1901-1902, on House Staff Sloane Ma-
ternity Hosp., 1902-1903; dist. physician N. Y. Dispen-
sary, 1903-1907. Attending physician Dep't General



Medicine, N. Y. Dispensary, 1907-1911; asst. attending
physician Willard Parker and Riverside Hosps., 1911.
Enlisted Squadron A, N. G. N. Y., Oct., 1896; Troop A.
N. Y. Vol. Cav., May, 1898, served with Troop A in
N. Y., Va., and Porto Rico. Independent; Episcopalian.
Mem. Soc. Alumni of St. Luke's and of Sloane Mater-
nity Hosps.; N. Y. County and State Med. Societies, Am.
Med. Ass'n. Address: 925 Park Av., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 31, 1863; s. George B. and
Sarah Satterlee; grad. Columbia, B.S., 1883; A.M., 1884;
Ph.D., LL.B., 1SS5; m. 1900, Louisa Pierpont Morgan.
Admitted to bar, 18S5; private sec. Senator William M.
Evarts, 1SS6-1887; navigator 1st Naval Battalion, N. Y.,
1891-1895; col. and a. d. c. to Gov. Morton and naval
aide to Gov. Black; lieut. in U. S. Navy in Spanish-Am.
War and chief of staff to CapL J. R. Bartlett; asst
Sec. of the Navy Dec. 1, 1908-Mar. 6, 1909. Author: Po-
litical History of the Province of New York. Founder
of the Navy League. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.,
Soc Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Municipal
Art Soc, Soc. Colonial Wars, Naval Order of the U. S.
Clubs: St. Anthony, Union League, N. Y. Yacht, Sea-
wanhaka-Corinthian Yacht, University, Lawyers, Co-
lumbia University, Century, Aero. Residence: 37 E.
36th St. Address: 49 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; b. N. Y. City, March 26, 1843; s.
Thomas Wilkinson and Ann Fisher (Sheafe) Satter-
thwaite; grad. Yale Univ., 1864; post-grad, course at
Harvard, 1864-1865; grad. Coll. Phys. and Surg., 1867;
surgical interne N. Y. Hosp., 1S67-1869; special courses
at Vienna and Wurzburg, Germany, 1870-1871; served
as surgeon in Franco-German War. 1870-1871; received
LL.D. from University of Md., 1908; Sc.D.. St. Johns
Coll., 1912; m. N. Y. City, 1884, Isabella Banks. Pa-
thologist St. Luke's Hosp., 1872-1882, Presbyterian
Hosp., 1873-18SS; lecturer in comparative pathology
Columbia Veterinary Coll., 1881-1882; one of the incor-
porators of Alumni Ass'n of N. Y. Coll. Phys. and Surg.;
one of founders, sec. two years, prof, patholgical an-
atmy one year and of general medicine seven years; In
1890 v -p Post-Grad. Med. Sch. and Hosp.; prof, medi-
cine in same school, 1904-190S. Pres. N. Y. Pathol Soc,
1880-1881; a founder and 1894-1899 pres. Babies Hosp ;
a founder and pres. Am. Therapeutic Soc, 1902-1903;
pres. Med. Ass'n of Greater City of N. Y., 1904-1908.
Consulting physician Manhattan State Hosps.; Post-
Graduate, Babies' and Orthopaedic Hosps. Mem. State
and Countv Med. Societies, Acad, of Medicine, Physi-
cians' Mutual Aid Ass'n, Sons of Revolution. Life
mem N Y Pathol. Soc; hon. mem. Washington (D. U)
Med.' and Surgical Soc, Harvey Soc. 1st lieut. Med.
Reserve Corps, U. S. A. Author: Manual of Histology;
Practical Bacteriology; Diseases of Heart and Aorta;
Cardio-Vascular Diseases, and numerous technical ar-
ticles in encyclopaedias and periodicals. Clubs: Cen-
tury, Armv a'nd Navy (Washington, D. C). Address:
7 E. 80th St., N. Y. City.


Pres. Columbia Storage Warehouses; b. Leesport, Pa.,
Aug. 18, 1S55; s. Jacob and Mary Catherine (Barlet)
Saul; ed. common schs., and business coll., Reading,
Pa.; m. Reading, Pa., Sept. 5, 187S. Alice E. Stroud; one
d.: Lulu Mabel (wife of Charles S. Montgomery). En-
gaged in storage and warehousing 'business since
1885; traveled throughout U. S., also Alaska, West
Indies, and Europe. Dir. Gotham Nat. Bank. Repub-
lican; Methodist. Mem. numerous socs. Trustee, mg'r
and v.-p. N. Y. City Soc. of M. E. Ch.; mg'r and treas.
N. Y. Deaconess Home; trustee Drew Seminary for
Young Women. Residence: 1 W. S5th St. Address: 149
Columbus Av., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, U. S. Senator; b. Georgetown, Del., Apr. 17,
1S61; s. Willard and Annie Milby (Ponder) Saulsbury;
ed. private schs., and Univ. of Va.; m. Dec. 5, 1893, May,
d Victor Du Pont. Admitted to bar, 1882; in practice
in Wilmington, DeL, later mem. firm Saulsbury, Ponder
& Curtis, afterwards changed to Saulsbury, Ponder &
Morris; now mem. Saulsbury & Morris. Dir. Union Nat.
Bank, Equitable Guarantee & Trust Co., and other
corp'ns. Mem. Dem. Exec. Com., New Castle County,
1892-1900, Dem. State Com., since 1892 (ehm'n 1900-
1906); mem. Dem. Cong. Com., 1906, Dem. Nat Com.
(and Exec Com.), 1908-1913; delegate-at-large to Dem.
Convs. Chicago, 1896 (chm'n); St. Louis, 1904 (on Com.
of Resolutions); Baltimore, 1912; elected U. S. senator,
Jan., 1913, for term expiring 1919. Mem. New Castle
Bar Ass'n (pres. several times, chm'n B'd of Censors);
pres. Del. Soc. Alumni, Univ. of Va. ; v.-p. Del. Anti-
Tuberculosis Soc; mem. S. A. R Soc. Colonial Wars.
Clubs: Wilmington (pres.), Wilmington Country; Man-

hattan (N. Y.), Metropolitan, Ohevy Chase (Washing-
ton. 1J. C). Residence: 14th and Broome Sts., Wilming-
ton, Del. Address: Senate Office Bld'g, Washington,
D. C.


Educator; b. London, Ont., March 22, 1869; s. William
and Sarah Agnes (Robinson) Saunders; grad. Toronto
Univ., A.B., 1890; Johns Hopkins Univ., Ph.D., 1894; m.
Stockbridge, Mass., 1900, Louise Sheffield Brownell, of
N. Y.; children: Silvia, b. 1901; Olivia, b. 1904; William
Duncan, b. 1906; Percy Blake, b. 1911. Instr. Univ. of
Wis., 1895-1S97; student in Germany, 1897-1899; fellow
McGill Univ., Montreal, 1899; fellow Cornell Univ.,
1900; prof, chemistry, Hamilton Coll., Clinton, N. Y.,
since 1900; dean of Hamilton Coll., since 1909. Fellow
Am. A.A.S., mem. Am. Electro. Soc, sec. Am. Peony
Soc, Sigma Phi fraternity. Address: College Hill,
Clinton, N. Y.


Prof, of physics: b. London, Ont., Aug. 1875; s. Will-
iam Saunders, dir. Canadian Experimental Farms;
grad. Toronto Univ., B.A., 1895, Johns Hopkins Univ.,
Ph.D., 1899; m. Philadelphia, 1900, Grace A. Elder; chil-
dren: Anthony Elder, b. 1902, Margery, b. 1907. Instr.
in physics, Haverford (Pa.) Coll., 1899-1901; instr. in
physics, 1901-1902; associate prof., 1902-1905, and since
1905 prof, physics, Syracuse Univ. Fellow A.A.A.S.;
mem. Am. Physical Soc, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi.
Club: University. Address: 612 Ostrom Av., Syracuse,
N. Y.


Engineer; b. Columbus, Ga., Nov. 1, 1856; a. William
Trebell Saunders, D.D., and Eliza (Morton) Saunders;
grad. Univ. of Pa., B.S., 1876; Sc.D., 1911; m. Narra-
gansett Pier, R. I. Aug. 4, 1886, Bertha Louise Gaston
(died 1906). In charge of hydrographic -<vork, 1878;
and sub-aqueous rock excavation, 1S79-1881, Nat.
Storage Co. of Communipaw, N. J.; eng'r, v.-p. and
pres. Ingersoll-Sergeant Drill Co.; pres. Ingersoll-Rand
Co. Now chm'n of B'd and dir. Ingersoll-Rand Co.,
Ingersoll-Sergeant Drill Co., Rand Drill Co., N. Y.
Imperial Tool Co.; dir. A. S. Cameron Steam Pump
Works, Edison-Saunders Compressed Air Co., Internat.
Harvester Co. of N. J., Internat. Harvester Corp'n, In-
ternat. Pneumsttic Tube Co., Peoples Nat. Bank of
Westfield, N. J". Invented apparatus for drilling rock
under water, Ingersoll track and bar channelers and
gadders for quarrying 3tone. Editor: Compressed Air
Magazine; author: Compressed Air Information, Com-
pressed Air Production; co-author: The Subways and
Tunnels of New York, Dana & Saunders Rock Drill-
ing: Mem. N. J. Harbor Comm'n, app't by Pres. Wood-
row Wilson. Democrat; Episcopalian. Twice elected
mayor of N. Plainfield, N. J.; mem. Am. Inst. Mining
Eng'rs (ex-v.-p.); Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs; Am. Soc. of
Mech. Eng'rs; Nat. Civic Federation (chm'n N. Y. Wel-
fare Com.), N. Y. Chamber of Commerce; Nat. Geog.'
Soc, N. J. State Chamber of Commerce. Clubs: En-
gineers', Machinery (pres.); Economic, Aero of America,
Railroad. Residence: Plainfield, N. J. Address: 11
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Physician, educator in physical training; b. Crom-
well, Conn., Nov. 26, 1859; s. Ralph B. and Sarah
(Strickland) Savage; grad. Amherst Coll., A.B., 1882,
A.M., 1885; Long Island Coll. Hosp., M.D., 1885; m.
N. Y. City, Oct. 26, 1887, Ellen Whiting; five children.
Resident physician and surgeon St. Peter's Hosp.,
Brooklyn, 1885-1887; med. dir. Berkeley Athletic Club,
Lyceum and Sch., 1887-1890; pres. and med. dir. Dr.
Savage's Physical Development Inst., Ltd., since 1890;
was ass't dir. physical training, Y.M.C.A., Brooklyn,
one year; dir. gymnasium, Columbia Univ., 1897-1903;
prof. N. Y. Sch. Advanced Therapeutics; organizer,
1895, and pres. since, N. Y. Normal Sch. of Physical
Ed'n; founded Exercise Exchange Rooms, N. Y., 1903.
Organizer and med. dir. Pittsburgh Athletic Ass'n,
1910-1913; organizer and dir. Dep't of Student Health,
Carnegie Inst .of Technology, 1911-1913, and of the
Dep't of Physical Training, Pittsburgh Public Schools,
1912-1913, and of the Exercise Studio at 56 W. 45th St.,
N. Y. City, 1913. Mem. N. Y. Co. Med. Soc, Am. Acad, of
Medicine; A.A.A.S., British Med Soc. of London, Am.
Ass'n Advancement Physical Ed'n, etc. Residence:
Mamaroneck, N. Y. Address: 56 W. 45th St., N. Y.


Archaeologist; t>. Eockport, Mass., 1867; ed. high
school, special work anthropology, Harvard Univ.,
1889-1894; m. Salem, Mass., June 14, 1893, Annie W.
Lyon. Engaged in archaeological and anthropological
investigations for the Peabody Museum of Harvard
Univ. under direction of Prof. Putnam, among the pre-
historic mounds of Southern Ohio, in Yucatan, and the



Maya ruins of Copan (Honduras) until 1894; made ex-
peditions to the ruins of Palenque, 1897-1898, and o
Mitla and Oaxaca, 1899-1902, for Am. Museum of Nat-
ural History, to Ecuador 1906-1907 and 1910-1913 for
special researoh. Prof. Am. archaeology, Columbia
Univ., since 1903. Author: Zapotec and Aztec Remains
in Mexico and Central America (contributions to S,
American Archaeology, Volumes 1-2). Clubs: Century
Ass'n, Explorers. Residence: 292 W. 92d St. Address:

10 E. 33d St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Casale Monferrato, Italy, Aug. 7, 1863;
s. Tommaso and Franceska (Farello) Savini; ed. in
Royal Gymnasium and Lyceum of Castle, Univ. of Tu-
rin, and Univ. of Rome, M.D., 1887; m. N. T. City, April
30, 1900, Elena E. Hardy; children: Laverio, b. Sept.
15, 1901, Francesca, b. Sept. 15, 1901, Givconda, b. Oct.
29, 1903. Entered mil. service in Royal Army, Nov.
1887, and served as capt. in sanitary corps; adjunct
prof. surg. anatomy in Army Med. S'ch. in Florence,
July, 1889-Oct., 1897; resigned from mil. service, Oct.,
1897; came to N. Y. City, and engaged in practice of
medicine since March, 1898; attending physician to
N. Y. Dispensary March, 1898-Oct., 1907. Roman Cath-
olic. Mem. Med. Soc of County of N. Y.; chevalier of
order of the Crown of Italy; Mem. Acad, of Medicine
of Florence (Italy). Address: 31 Washington Square,
W., N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. Palmyra, N. Y.; s. Samuel William and
Hannah (Nelson) Sawyer; ed. Palmyra High Sch. ;
Phillips Acad., Andover, Mass.; Albany Law Sch.; m.

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