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and Some Others, 1896; Tom Grogan, 1S97; Gondola
Days, 189S; Caleb West, Master Diver, 1S9S; The Other
Fellow, 1899; Tin- Fortunes ol Oliver Horn, 1902; The
T 7 nder Dog, 1903; At Close Range, 1905; The Wood
Fire in No. 3, 1905; The Tides of Barn eg at, 1906: The
Veiled Lady, 1907; The Romance of an Old-Fashioned
Gentleman, 1907; Col. Carter's Christmas, 1908; Peter,
1908; Forty Minutes Late, 1909; Kennedy Square, 1911;
The Arm-Chair at the Inn, 1912. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil
Eng'rs. Am. Water Color Soc, Philadelphia and Cin-
cinnati Art Clubs, and Acad, of Arts and Letters.
Clubs: Century, Authors, University, Players (N. Y.
City I, Metropolitan (Washington, D. C), Tavern (Bos-
ton), Art (Philadelphia). Art (Cincinnati). Address:
150 E. 34th St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. Richmond. Wis., Feb. 2, 1S46; s. Henry
G. and Charlotte (Paul) Smith; ed. Milton Coll., Wis.;
m. Jan. 23, 1907, Evelyn K. Ellis. Oakland Realty
Syndicate, Pacific Coast Borax Co. Republican. Con-
gregationalism Trustee of Mills Coll., Calif., and
owner of steam yacht Hauoli and sloop yacht Effort,
Recreation: Yachting. Clubs: Pacific Union (San
Francisco), Union League (N. Y. City), N. Y. Yacht.
Atlantic Yacht, Larchmont Yacht. Summer home:
Presdeleau, Shelter Island, N. Y. Addresses: Oakland,
Calif., and 100 William St., X. V. City.


Clergyman, prof, and lecturer; b. Auburn, N. Y., July
22, 1857; -s. J. Stanley and Sophia (Payne) Smith.
Nephew of J. Hyatt Smith, Congressman and clergy-
man; related to Horace Bushnell and John Howard
Payne. Lectures on "Sermons from Shakespeare,"
"Knight of 20th Century," "Canes Crutches," well
known; ed. Hamilton Coll., 18S4-1SS5; Princeton Univ..
B.A., 1SS7; Princeton Theol. Seminary, 1S90, M.A.,
Princeton, 1S90, Fellow of English Literature, 18S7.
Baird Prizeman, 1SS6, Princeton; Lvnde Debater,
Princeton, 1SS7; m. N. Y. City, Oct. 17, 1893, Elizabeth
Breed. Traveled in Europe, 1890. Pastor of North
Av. Cong'l Ch., Cambridge, Mass., 1801-1S95; tutor at
Princeton Univ., 1S97; Chautauqua Lecturer, 1903-
1904; Lecturer in English, Univ. of Buffalo, 1905-190S:
preached in Phlla., Atlantic City, Williamsport, Brook-
lyn, Batavia, Olean, Jamestown, Silver Creek, N. Y.;
Pastor Park Presby'n Ch., Buffalo, N. Y 1909-1910;
Lyceum Orator east and west, Kansas, Tex., Tenn.,
Mass., N. Y., Pa. Has contributed to press, hymnolo-
gist. Independent. "Monograph on Shakespeare" pre-
served in memorials at Stratford. Mem. Am. Whig
Soc. Recreation.: Walking. Clubs: University. Lit-
erary Clinic (Buffalo, N. Y.). Pastor Presby'n Ch.,
Kenmore. N. Y. Address: Kenmore, N. Y.


Lawyer, railroad mg'r; b. Granger, Allegany Co., N.
Y. ; s. Dr. William M. Smith, formerly surgeon general
on staff of Gov. John A. Dix and health officer Port ct
N. Y., and Adeline (Weeks) Smith; grad. Yale Univ..
A.B., 1S72. Alfred Univ., LL.D., 1903; m. Oct. 17, 1877,
Clara A. H. Higgins, sister of later Gov. Frank Way-
land Higgins. Engaged in gen. practise of law in N.
Y. City. V.-p., acting pres. and receiver Pittsburgh,
Shawmut & Northern R. R. Co.; pres. Shawmut Mining
Co., Shawmut Coal & Coke Co.; pres. Olean Land Co.;
dir. Hamilton Trust Cc, Manhattan Life Ins. Co., Am.
Light & Traction Co.; v.-p. Wilson River Lumber Co.
In 1887 was offered the deanship of Cornell Coll. ol
Law, but declined; mem. State B'd of Law Examiners,
1902-1905, and since 1909. Delegate to Rep. Nat. Conv.,
at Chicago, 1884 and 1912; sec. Rep. State Com., 1887-
1891; hon. mem. Ass'n of S5th N. Y. Vol. Reg't, Soc.
War 1812, Mil. Order of Loyal Legion. Presby'n. Mem.
Am. Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City
of N. Y., N. Y. Co. Lawyers' Ass'n, Soc. of Med. Juris-
prudence; trustee Alfred Univ., N. Y. State Sch. of
Agr., Alfred, N. Y.; mem. Wolf's Head Soc. (Yale),
Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. Recreations: Shooting,
fishing, motoring. Clubs: University, Yale, Barnard,
Republican, Alfred, Olean City. Hamilton Country
(Olean), Ellicott (Buffalo), St. Andrew's Golf. Auto'-
mobile of America, Triton Fish and Game. Summer
residence: "Sunnycroft," Angelica, N Y. Address: 60
Wall St., N. Y. City.


Retired army officer; b. Craigville. N. Y., May 15,
1849; s. Frederick Baldwin and Sarah Jane (Du'rno)
Smith; ed. public sch., Chester Acad., Montgomery
Acad.; grad. U. S. Mil. Acad., 1873; m. Calif.. Oct. 3,
1878, Wilhelmina Fowler; children: Eva A. (Mrs. A.
La Rue Christie). Ethel Fowler (Mrs. Steven Buhrer).
Raymond Durno (Lieut. U. S. A.). Comm'n 2d lieut.

12th Inf., June 13, 1873; 1st lieut., June 28, 1878; capt.,
Dec. 29, 1890; major chief commissary, Subsistence
Vols., July 16, 189S-Junc 13, 1899; major 1st U. S. Inf.,
June 20, 1899; detailed insp. gen. Feb. 28, 1901; lieut. -
col., 29th Inf., July 14, 1902; re-detailed insp. gen. July
30, 1902; col. Sth Inf., Jan. 24, 1904; mem Gen. Staff,
Aug. 15. 1903-March 28, 1904; brig.-gen., Oct. 24, 1908;
retired from active service, May 15. 1913. With Co-
lumbian Guard at World's Fair, Chicago, 1892-1894,
and highly commended by officials for work. Served
in Indian campaigns on Western frontier in Arizona,
Dakota and Nevada, in Cuba and Philippine Islands,
during Spanish-Am. War; in command of forces of
Island of Marinduque, 1901; received surrender of In-
surgent forces, and commended for services. In charge
of field operations against Pulajanes, Islands of Samar
and Levte, P. I., 1906-1907. Republican; Episcopalian.
Address: War Dep't, Washington, D. C.


Physician; b. on a farm in Town of Triangle, Broome
Co., N. Y.; s. John Lewis Smith (farmer) and Rose
(Walter) Smith; ed. Lisle Acad, and Univ. of City of
N. Y., M.D., 1881; m. Oct. 11, 1S82, Hattie M. Smith, of
Lisle, Broome Co., N. Y. ; children: Walter Lewis, b.
1883, Leon Frederick, b. 1SS6, George Kellogg, b. 1890,
Lyman Stevens, b. 1893. After graduation spent a
short time in St. Luke's Hosp., N. Y. City, as resident
physician. Began practice of medicine, June, 1881, in
Syracuse, where has been continuously since that time
and has a large general practise. Mem. Syracuse
Acad. Medicine, Onondaga County Med. Sec, Med. Soc.
State of N. Y Am. Med. Ass'n, Am. Public Health
Ass'n, obstetrician to St. Joseph's Hosp., Syracuse, N. Y.
Has been coroner of Onondaga Co. for three years, sec.
N. Y. State Health Com. for 6 years, sec. N. Y. State
Tuberculosis Com. 5 years, health, comm'r City of
Syracuse 6 years, health officer city of Syracuse, 3
years. Author: Essentials of Practical Hygiene. Has
had in addition to a large gen. practice much practical
experience in sanitary work. Active Republican;
Presby'n. Mem. all Masonic bodies, Odd Fellows.
S.A.R. Clubs: Citizens. Masonic Temple. Address:
1350 S. Salina St., Syracuse, N. Y.


Identified with Westinghouse interests; b. Granville,
N. Y., March 4, 1855; s. Harvey J. and Olivia Cordelia
(White) Smith; ed. North Hebron Inst., Washington
County, N. Y., Castleton Sem., Vt, grad. Adrian Coll.,
Mich., 1877: m. 1878, Jennie Prosser, of Pittsburgh;
children: Olivia (Mrs. H. A. Cornelius, of Pittsburgh),
Somers Hayes, George C, Jr., Warren Prosser. Was
private sec. to Gov. of Mich., 1S77-1SS1. In 1881 en-
tered railroad service as sec. to gen. mg'r Teaxs &
Pacific and Internat. & Great Northern R'ys; became
ass't v.-p. Missouri Pacific System, 1887; was ass't
gen. mg'r of Missouri-Pacific and gen. mg'r of Kansas
City, Wyandotte & Northwestern R. R., 1890-1894;
pres. and gen. mg'r of Atlanta & West Point R. R., and
the Western R'y of Alabama. 1894-1900. Later be-
came gen. mg'r St. Louis, Louisville lines of Southern
R'y; held position of v.-p. Security Investment Co.,
Pittsburgh, Pa., of which George Westinghouse Is
pres., 1901-1908; pres. Lackawanna & Wyoming Valley
Rapid Transit Co., Grand Rapids, Grand Haven & Mus-
kegon R'y Co., Westinghouse Interwork Railway Co.;
v.-p. Manila Electric R. R. & Lighting Corp'n, Electric
Power Securities Co. of Niagara Falls, The East Pitts-
burgh Improvement Co.; dir. Westinghouse Air Brake
Co., Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & Co.. Union Switch
& Signal Co., Electric Properties Co., Niagara, Lock-
port & Ontario Power Co., Atlanta Water & Electric
Power Co., Westinghouse Lamp Co. and other West-
inghouse cos., 1902-1911; N. Y. representative Canada
Syndicate, Ltd.; dir. Eastern Power Co. of N. Y.; sp'l
mem. James Stewart & Company, eng'rs and contrac-
tors, since 1911. Clubs: Engineers, Railroad (N. Y.
City). Address: 30 Church St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Elmira, N. Y.. Dec. 11, 1857; s. Lewis E.
and Lucy (Boardman) Smith; ed. dist. sch., Livonia,
Livingston Co., N. Y., Rochester public schs., Roches-
ter Free Acad., University of Rochester, Columbia
Law School (competitive scholarship in Univ. of
Rochester; hon. mention for extra work in college),
A.B., 1881, A.M., 1889; m. Somerset, Pa., Oct. 22, 1896,
Maud Louise Cook; children: Lucy Boardman, b. 1898,
Malcolm, b. 1900, Margaret Louise, b. 1905. Mary
Eleanor, b. 1908, Hilda Agnes, b. 1910. Admitted to
bar, State of N x., October, 1883; now of law firm
Smith, Degraff, Castleman & Mosher. Traveled exten-
sively in Europe, 1877 and 1897, Wash., Ore. and Calif.,
1889. Mem. B'd of Ed'n, Rochester, N. Y., 1893; B'd of
Supervisors Monroe County, 1896-1901; Assembly, 1902-
1903; Mem. B'd Mg'rs State Hosp. for Insane, Roches-
ter, 1905-1912. Progressive; Unitarian. Mem. State



Bar Ass'n, Rochester Bar Ass'n, Delta Psi, Univ of
Rochester. Recreations: Gardening-, fishing. Clubs:
Political Equality, University. Address: 360 Mt. Ver-
non Av., Rochester, N. Y.


Manufacturer, merchant; b. Kingston, N. T. ; s.

n^ HQri-iot TUT /D^av\ c 1 1 V. . .. ,1 T.- ! _

aep t, now v.-p., Acker, Merrall, Condit Co. of N Y.
Pres. George J. Smith Co., Dyker Park Development
Co.; chm'n B'd of dirs. H. W. Paleris Sons; dir. Bav-
side Flushing Co., Steinway Realty Co. Mem. Con-
gress for 24th Dist. of N. Y., Counties of Ulster, Dela-
ware, Schoharie and Otsego. Mem. Rep. State Com.
and treas. State Com. during Taft and Sherman Cam-
paign of 1908; chm'n Rep. County Com. Ulster Co.,
many years. Republican; Presby'n. Trustee Sch for
Crippled Children; Y. M. C. A., Kingston and others.
Clubs: Union League, N. Y. Yacht, Automobile of
America, Republican, N. Y. Athletic, Sleepv Hollow
Country, Knollwood Country, Kingston, "Kingston
County, Young Men's Republican. Ulster Countv Re-
publican. Residence: Kingston, N. Y., and 43 W 72nd
St. Address: 519 Broadway, Kingston, N. Y., and 366
Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Lebanon, O., Oct. 7, 1866; s. John K and
Elizabeth M. (Blackleach) Smith; grad. Normal Univ.,
Lebanon, O., A.B., 1884; Nat. Law Sch., Washington,
D. C, LL.M., 1893; Univ. of Wooster (Ohio), Ph.D., 1893
(history and social science); Harvard Univ., A.M ,
1895 (English and philology); m. Washington D C,
1893, Mary Hyacinth Stoddart; children: 'Thalia
Howard, b. 1S96; Evan Whitehill, b. 1901. Was for
one year instr. in mathematics, Normal Univ., Lebanon.
O.: six years head of the dep't of English in high
schools of Washington, D. C: one year prof, of Eng-
lish literature, Colum'bian Univ., Washington; one
year master of English, Penn Charter Sch., Philadel-
phia; one year first ass't in English, Morris High
School, N. Y. City; for past 15 years, and now mem.
B'd of Examiners Dep't of Ed'n, N. Y. City. Author:
Synopsis of English and American Literature, 1890
(Ginn & Co.); Writing in English (with William H.
Maxwell, 1901; American Book Co.); Longmans' Eng-
lish Grammar (revision), 1902; Longman's Briefer
Grammar, 1904; Longmans' English Lessons, 1906.
Residence: 351 W. 114th St. Address: 500 Park Av ,
N. Y. City.


Trustee; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 7. 1842; s. Phineas
Wilson and Susan Hamilton (White) Smith; ed. in
Lawrence Inst, and Brooklyn public schools; m. New
Haven, Conn., Jan. 20, 1875, Emma Adelia Flint. En-
tered office of Hon. Samuel J. Tilden Nov., 1866, and in
the following May became private sec. to Mr. Tilden,
so remaining until his death, Aug. 4, 1886. Conducted
investigation of accounts of "Tammany Ring" in Nat.
Broadway Bank and Tenth Nat. Bank, which resulted
in conviction of mems. of the ring. Officer and dir.
of various Mich, corp'ns, 1867-1890; trustee for bond-
holders of The World Co. (newspaper), 1874-1875;
att'y for trustee under land-grants of Chicago &
Northwestern R'y Co., 1883-1884; executor and trustee
Estate -Samuel J. Tilden, since 1886; trustee Tilden
Trust Corp'n; trustee N. Y. Public Library, Astor, Len-
nox and Tilden Foundations. Democrat. Residence:
143 Madison Av. Address: 18 West 34th St., N. Y. City.


Anthropologist; b. Saginaw, Mich., Feb. 17, 1872; s.
Harlan Page and Alice Elvira (Ingersoll) Smith; ed.
Saginaw public schs. and Univ. of Mich.; m. Saginaw,
Mich., Nov. 25, 1897, Helena E. Oakes; children: Eliza-
beth Alice, b. 1898, Marjorie Oakes, b. 1902. Had charge
of field exped'n for the exploration of Ohio Mounds
for the World's Columbian Exp'n, 1891-1892; in charge
of collections of anthropology of Univ. of Mich. Mu-
seum, 1891-1893; charge of North Am. Archseol. Col-
lection World's Fair, 1893; explored Kalamazoo "Gar-
den Beds" for Archaeol. Inst, of America and Univ.
of Mich., 1S94; in charge of exped'n to Kentucky for
the Am. Museum of Natural History, 1S95; since Dec,
1895, mem. of the faculty of the latter; Am. archae-
ologist on Jesup North Pacific Expd'n, 1897-1899;
exped'n to desert region of Central Washington, 1903,
to Wyoming, 1907-1908, to British Columbia and
Alaska, 1909, for Am. Museum Natural History; lec-
turer for N. Y. B'd of Ed'n, 1898-1911; instr. in evo-
lution of industries, Pratt Inst., 1906-1907; archaeol-
ogist Geol. Survey, Canada, since 1911. Hon. curator
of archaeology Am. Museum of Natural History since
1911. Councillor Am. Anthropol. Ass'n; fellow A.A.

A.S. ; charter mem. Mich. Acad. Sciences; mem. Ass'n
of Am. Museums, Mich. Hist, and Pioneer Soc, Wis.
Archaeol. Soc; corr. mem. Anthropol. and Geog. Soc
of Sweden, Anthropol. Soc. of Paris, Anthropol. Soc.
Washington. Author.: Archaeology of Lvtton; Archae-
ology of Thompson River Region; Cairns of British
Columbia and Washington (jointly with Fowke);
Shell Heaps of the Lower Fraser, B. C; (G. P. Put-
nam's Sons); Archaeology of Puget Sound and the
Gulf of Georgia (Brill, Leiden, Holland): Archaaologv
of the Yakima Valley; Prehistoric Ethnology of a
Kentucky Site (Am. Museum Natural History). Recre-
ations: Rambles, horseback riding, boating. Resi-
dence: 49 Frank St.. Ottowa. Canada. Address: Am.
Museum of Natural History, N. Y. City.


Ins. official; b. Springfield. Mass., Mav 24 1869: s.
Alexander S. and Charlotte E. Smith; prepared for coll
Williston Sem. and Cayuga Lake Mil. Acad., grad.
from Amherst Coll., A.B., 1890; m. Hartford, Conn.,
ivni, Hclrn i'. Nichols; children: James Nichols, li.
1892; Harriet H., b. 1897; Malcolm Keith, b. 1902. V.-p.
and dir. Nat. Fire Ins. Co., Colonial Fire Underwriters,
Mechanics' & Traders' Ins. Co.; dir. State Bank &
Trust Co. of Hartford; sec. Colonial Securities Co.
Clubs: Hartford, Hartford Golf, Farmington Country,
University (Hartford), Lawyers, The Recess (N. Y.
City). Residence: 639 Prospect Av. Address: 95 Pearl
St., Hartford, Conn.


Dramatic author; b. Buffalo. N. Y., Dec. 28. 1861: s.
Josiah B. and Elizabeth (Bache) Smith; ed. common
schs.. Chicago. 111., and in newspaper offices. Author
of musical plays: Robin Hood, The Serenade Rob
Roy, The Fortune Teller, The Wizard of the Nile.
The Liberty Belles. The Highwayman, The Parisian
Model. The Rich Mr. Hoggenheimer The Tattooed
Man, Foxy Quiller. The Idol's Eve. The Fencing Mas-
ter, The Little Corporal, Half a King. The Office Boy,
The Tar and the Tartar. Babette. A Madcap Princess,
The Billionaire. The Viceroy. Jupiter Clover. The
Tzigane. Papa's Wife. The Little Duchess. The Begum.
Don Quixote. The Knickerbockers. The Mandarin, The
Three Dragoons, Maid Marian, The Wild Rose The
Rounders. The Belle of Bohemia. The Casino Girl.
The Strollers. The Singing Girl, A Girl from Dixie.
The Crystal Slipper Sinbad. The Soul Kiss, The Spring
Maid, Little Nemo, The Siren, Gypsy Love. The En-
chantress. Sweethearts. Clubs: Am. Dramatists.
Players, Lambs. Larchmont Yacht. Address: 166 St.
Marks Av. Brooklyn, N. Y.


Capitalist, broker; b. Bridgewater, Vt., June 29.
1869; s. George E. and Mary T. (Southgate) Smith; m.
N. Y., 1907, Helen Gaines Clarke. Pres. and dir. Wood-
stock Hotel Co.; dir. Ticonderoga R. R. Co., Bristol
R. R., Herald & Globe Ass'n. Address: 127 W. 43d St..
N. Y. City.


Publisher, bookseller; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 19, 1848:
s. Rev. Dr. Asa D. and Sarah Ann (Adams) Smith; ed.
common schs., N. Y. ; grad. Phillips Andover Acad.,
Andover, Mass., 1S65; Dartmouth Coll., Hanover, N.
H., A.B., 1869, A.M., 1872; m. June 1, 1871, Jane Isa-
belle Noyes. One of incorporators of and dir. in Charles
Scribner's Sons; retired from business Feb. 1, 1912.
Independent Republican; Pres'by'n; officer Brick
Presby'n Ch. Treas. and mem. Exec Com. of Coll.
B'd Presby'n Ch. ; formerly pres. N. Y. Bible Soc, sec
and dir. N. Y. City Mission Soc. Phi Beta Kappa.
Recreations: Travel and golf. Clubs: Century, Engle-
wood Country. Address: 201 W. 55th St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. North Adams. Mass.. Dec. 23, 1S67; s.
Benjamin and Emily A. (Hall) Smith; ed. Cortland
Normal Sch. (academic dep't); m. Adeline C. Bennett;
children: Vernon B., b. 1894; Emma C. b. 1895; Flor-
ence A., b. 1896; Harriet R., b. 1906. Pres. Champion
Milk Cooler Co.; sec and treas. The Ekenberg Co.
Mayor of Cortland. N. Y.. Jan. 1, 1905-Jan. 1 1907.
Republican; Presby'n. Club: Tioughnioga. Address:
53 Prospect St., Cortland, N. Y.


Banker; b. N. Y City, Feb. 19, 1871; s. Charles Stew-
art and Henrietta H. (Caswell) Smith: ed. Dr. A. Cal-
lisen's Sen., r . Y. City, 1SS9; Harvard CoIL A. B., 1893:
m. N. Y. City, Oct. 26, 1898, Katherine Lyall Moen;
children: Caswell Moen, b. 1899; Howard Caswell. Jr..
b. 1901; Rene Moen, b. 1904; St. Clair Moen, b. 190S.
Entered employ of Charles Hathaway & Co., Jan. 1.
1894; has been mem. firm since Jan. 1, 1S97: firm name
changed to Hathaway, Smith, Folds & Co., Jan. 1.



1910; served on various reorg'n corns.; dir. and chm n
Finance Com. D. Appleton & Co.; dir. Lamont, Corliss
& Co. Fifth Ave. Bank.. C. W. Hunt Co.; pies. Wood-
lawn 'Cemeterv, Associates Land Co.; v.-p. and treas.
Mercantile Real Estate Co.; trustee Franklin Sav-
ings Bank. Became mem. of Troop A, N.G.N. Y., Dec,
1S94; retired 1st sergeant Troop II. Squadron A. Oct.,
1900; was in Brooklyn car riots, Jan., 1S95, and Croton
Dam Strike. April 1900. Trustee Hahnemann Hosp.,
West Side Day Nursery; treas. N. Y. Training Sch. for
Deaconesses, Ridgefield Sch., Conn. Mem. Chamber
of Commerce, S. A. R.. N. E. Soc, Soc. Colonial Wars.
Clubs: Harvard (life mom.). University (life mem.).
Mendelssohn Glee (life mem.). Century Ass'n, Union
League. Riding. X Y. Yacht, Seawanhaka-Corinthian
Yacht. Stamford Yacht, Laurentian (Canada), Piping
Rock, Huntington Country. Residence: 54 W. 53d St.,
and "Merry Manor." Oyster Bay, N. Y. Address: 45
Wall St., X. Y. City,


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Aug, 15, 1881; s. .1. Boyce and
Mary Fischer (Kilpatrick) Smith; grad. Columbia
Univ., A.B., 1901; A.M., 1902; LL.B., 1904; LL.M., 1905;
(Phi Beta Kappa; mem. editorial b'ds Columbia Law
Review and Columbia Spectator, capt. Columbia Univ.
Track Team 1900-1901); m. Evanston. 111., Sept. 14,
1911. Harriet' Mather Illsley; one son: John Boyce, 3d,
b. Julv 25. 1912. Admitted to bar N. Y. State, 1904, N.
J. 1908; associated with law firm Hatch, Keener &
Clute 1904-1906; mem. Williamson & Smith. 1906-1912;
now senior mem. Smith. Schenck & McDavitt. Trav-
eled in France, Germany, Austria, Italy. Swithzerland
and England. Progressive Republican; Presby'n.
Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Theta Delta Chi fraternity.
N Y. City Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n. Bergen
Countv Bar Ass'n. Clubs: Columbia Univ.. Lawyers,
Progressive Republican (financial sec. 1910-1911).
Residences: 523 W. 112th St. and Woodcliff Lake, N. J.
Address: 111 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; b. Lincoln, Mass., March 9. 1861; s. Fran-
cis and Abigail Prescott (Baker) Smith; ed. Phillips
Acad., Mass. Inst, of Technology, S. B., 1887 Ass t
with Holyoke (Mass.) Water Power Co 1^7-1890;
with E. Jersey Water Co., Paterson, N. J., 1S90-1892,
as resident eng'r; 1S92-1900, prin. ass't, and 1900-1903,
chief eng'r- during 1902-1903 consulting eng r for
water supply system for Jersey City, also 1897-1903,
sup't and eng'r Passaic Water Co. and eng'r Montclair
Water Co. and Acquackanonk Water Co.. Passaic;
1903-1905, chief eng'r Aqueduct Comm'rs, N. Y. City;
chief eng'r B'd of Water Supply, City of N. Y., since
1905 Dir Old Dominion Co.. Old Dominion Copper
Mining & Smelting Co.; pres. N. E. Water Works
\ss'n; v.-p. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs; dir. Municipal
Eng'rs N. Y. City; mem. Inst'n of Civil Eng'rs of Great
Britain Am. Soc. Mechanical Eng'rs. Am. Water
Works Ass'n, Franklin Inst, of Philadelphia, Boston
Soc Civil Eng'rs, Chamber of Commerce of N. Y.. X.
E Soc N. J Sanitary Ass'n. Clubs: Century, Engi-
neers City, Technology (N. Y.). Hardware, Hamilton
(Paterson" N J.). Residence: 136 Madison Av. Ad-
dress: 165' Broadway, <N. Y. City.


Dealer in securities and investments; b. Miss., 1860;
s. James Dunlop and Mary J. (Turtle) Smith; ed. Chi-
cago High Sch., Lake Forest Univ.; m. Evelyn Whit-
ney of Mass.; one son: James Dunlop, Jr. (deceased).
At age of 21 became deputy U. S. marshal, Oist. of
Colo., and performed sp'l service averting Ute Indian
outbreak; was closely associated with Philip D. Ar-
mour several years; in 1890 purchased granite quar-
ries in Me. and Vt.; pres. Granite Mf'rs Ass'n, Vt., and
v.-p. and dir. N. E. Granite Mf'rs Ass'n; at Spanish
evacuation started Havana Herald; one of the pioneers
in development of wireless telegraphy and telephony;
identified with timber, mining and Tailroad interests
in South, also oil properties in Oklahoma and the
West; now engaged in development of large mining
property in Nevada. Republican; Mason, 32; Knight
Templar and mem. Mystic Shrine. Recreation: Auto-
mobiling. Club: X. Y. Athletic. Residence (summer):
Lake Mahopac, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. X. Y. City, March 26, 1857; s. Henry
James and Jane (MaoGregor) Smith; ed. Coll. City of
N. Y. ; m. N. Y. City, Sept. 18. Helen A. Crapser. In
general practise of law in X. Y. City since 1878. Edi-
itor Abbott's Annual N. Y. Digest since 1896. Pres.
B'd Mg'rs Central Islip State Hosp. for Insane, 1901-
1912; m?'r St. Andrew's Soc. Mem. M. Y. Law Inst.,
N. Y. S :>c. Medical Jurisprudence, Alpha Delta Phi
fraternity. Club: Salmagundi. Residence: 146 W. 85th
St., N Y. City. Address: 32 Nassau St., X. Y. City.


Author, educator; b. Sheffield. .Mass June 16, 1847;
,1 Aimer.. n and Kmilv d'urti.ssi hmul .-.I Wesltield
(.Mass. i High Sch.; grad. Westfield State Normal Sch.
(essayist) and from North Granville Ladies' Seminary
( I al.dictorian); m. Westfield, Mass., May 18, 1875,
Henry Hadlev Smith. M IX; taught sch. for 10 years,
being principal public schs. 6 years and South Egre-
ni. ml \ra.i. 1 years. Wrote fur temperance p.. tiers
and Nat. Temperance Publication House; for many
years edited temperance, suffrage and humane
columns in city and county papers. Author: Way-
side Leaves (verse), Wind Flowers (verse), Flowers
from Foreign Fields (translations of poetry), Ways to
Win (prose); also of pamphlets; The Church from a
Woman's Standpoint, In Al&moriam Mrs. Ella Roys
Gore, and various temperance tracts. Sup't Univer-
aalist Sunday sch., Hudson, N. Y., twelve years;
countv sup't Woman's Christian Temperance Union;
dir. Needlework Guild; treas. Columbia Co. Humane
Soc for Prevention of Cruelty to Children and Ani-
mals; sec Hendrick Hudson Chapter. D.A.R., Ladies of
Maccabees. N. Y. State Woman's Suffrage Ass'n. Ad-
dress: 533 Warren St., Hudson, N. Y.

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