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1894; Theodore Lyman, b. 1897; Lydia. b. 1900. Treas.,
sec, and dir. Kingsboro Realty Co., Pelhamwood Co.,
SuOurbs Holding Co., Suburbs Holding Co. of
Pa.; treas. and dir. Brooklyn Associates, Brook-
lyn Development Co., Greater New York Develop-
ment Co., Harmon Water Co., Metropolitan As-
sociates of N. Y., N. Y. Suburbs Co., Wood, Harmon
Bond Co.; sec. and dir., Wood, Harmon Richmond
Realty Co.; trustee and dir., Boston Water Power Co.;
dir. Boston Co-operative Bld'g Co., Harwood Const'n
Co., Montague Bld'rs Supply Co., New England Watch
& Ward Soc, Realty Co., State Street Trust Co.. Work-
ingmen's Bld'g Ass'n, Workingmen's Loan Ass'n; trus-
tee Church Av. Real Estate Ass'n; Merchants' Real
Estate Trust; Pelham Associates; People's Inst., Rob-
ert Treat Paine Ass'n; Staten Island Associates; Win-
threp Development Trust; Wood Harmon Associates;
Wood Harmon Real Estate Ass'n; Wood Harmon Real
Estate Trustees; trustee Wells Memorial Inst, for
Workingmen; Utica Normal and Industrial Inst., se-
nior warden Christ Church, Waltham. Mem. Am. Inst,
for Social and Polit. Science, Am. Peace Soc. Am. Hu-
mane Soc, Boston Chamber of Commerce, Civic Fed-
eration, Boston Young Men's Christian Ass'n, Bos-
lonial Wars; Mass. State Automobile Ass'n, Automo-
Ass'n, Internat. Automobile Ass'n, Mass. Soc. of Co-
lonial Wars; Mass. State Automobile Ass'n. Automo-
bile Legal Ass'n, Nat. Municipal League, N. E. Hist,
and Geneal. Soc; Nat. Geog. Soc, Nat. Child Labor
Ass'n; Veteran Ass'n Independent Corps of Cadets and
Waltham B'd of Trade. Clubs: Somerset, Union,
Country, Boston Athletic Ass'n, Exchange, Essex
County, Episcopalian, Fly, Harvard, Hasty Pudding.
Oakley Country, Manchester Yacht (mem. B'd of
Govs.), Mass. Automobile, Republican, St. Botolph,
Twentieth Century, Recess (N. Y.), Harvard (N. Y.),
N. Y. Athletic and University (N. Y.). Residence: 286
Beacon St., Boston, Mass. Address: 16 State St., Bos-
ton, Mass., and 315 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Physician; physiologist; b. Burden, Kan., Jan. 29,
1875; grad. Leland Stanford, Jr., Univ., A.B., 1896, A.M.,
1900, Ph.D., 1902; attended Hopkins Laboratory, Pa-
cific Grove. Calif., in summers of 1S97 and 1898, Univ.
of Mich., 1900, Harvard Med. School, M.D., 1905. Ass't
in gymnasium, 1896-1897, instructor in hygiene and
organic training, 1897-1902, ass't prof, hygiene, 1902-
1906, Stanford Univ.; ass't in physiology, Harvard Med.
School, 1905; associate prof, and dir. of physical in-
struction Coll. City of N. Y.. 1906-1910. Prof, and dir.
Hygiene, Coll. of City of N. Y. since 1910. House or-
fieer L. I. Hosp., Brooklyn, 1905; resident house physi-
cian Children's Hosp., Boston, 1906. Has made im-
portant researches in reference to muscular contrac-
tion and the effect of fatigue and exercise upon it,
also the effect of injuries of the brain on the vaso-
motor centre. Fellow A.A.A.S. ; member Am. Physiol.
Soc, Soc. Coll. Gymnasium Directors (v. -p. 1905, pres.
1907), Am. Sch. Hygiene Ass'n (sec. and treas.), Am.
Med. Ass'n, Soc. of Sigma Xi; N. Y. State Med. Ass'n,
N. Y. County Med. Ass'n, Acad, of Physical Ed'n, N. Y.
Acad, of Medicine, Soc. for Study and Prevention of
Tuberculosis. Soc. of Experimental Protogramic Medi-
cine; pres. Physical Ed'n Soc. of N. Y. and Vicinity,

1908; mem. Nat. Council Am. Physical Ed'n Ass'n, 1908;
sec gen. 4th Internat. Congress on Sch. Hygiene.
Contb'r to technical and edn'l journals. Club: Har-
vard. Address: Coll. City of N. Y., N. Y. City.


Architect; b. N. Y. City; s. Charles and Sarah J.
(Warren) Stoughton; both descendants of Puritan co-
lonial Ancestors in Mass.; grad. Sch. of Architecture
of Columbia Univ., 1888; first holder of the Columbia
Fellowship in Architecture, 1900 (a travelling scholar-
ship to promote foreign professional study); pupil for
three years of Mons. G-aston Redon at Ecole des Beaux
Arts in Paris; won Prix Jean Leciaire. Since 1894 in
professional practice as mem. firm of Stoughton &
Stoughton, architects, with his brother, Charles W.
Stoughton. The Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Mon-
ument, erected by City of N. Y. in Riverside Park, is
the work of this firm, as well as Canton Christian Coll.,
in China, and plan of the Am. Coll., Madura, India.
Lecturer in architecture in Extension Dep't of Colum-
bia Univ. Prof, architecture Univ. of Manlto'ba. Has
traveled professionally in England and on the Con-
tinent of Europe. Mem. Soc. Beaux Arts Architects
(formerly sec), Soc Columbia Univ. Architects (for-
merly pres.); now mem. B'd of Govs.; mem. Council of
Fine Arts Federation of N. Y., dir. Bronx Soc. of Arts
and Sciences (founder). Address: 96 Fifth Av., N. Y.


Consulting metallurgist; sec. Am. Inst. Mining
Eng'rs; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 6, 1873; s. Col. Charles Brad.
ley (LL.D.) and Ada Ripley (Hooper) Stoughton; grad.
Sheffield Scientific Sch. (Yale), Ph.B., 1893, Mass. Inst.
Technology, S.B., 1S96; m. 1st, Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 4,
1899, Grace A. Van Everen (deceased); 2d, N. Y. City,
Nov. 1, 1911, Louise Merwin Roe; children: Philip and
William, <b. 1900. Has held professional offices with
111. Steel Co., Am. Steel and Wire Co., T>riggs-Seabury
Gun and Ammunition Co., Benjamin Atha & Co., Co-
lumbia Univ. (Adjunct Prof, of Metallurgy). Lecturer
on metallurgy, N. Y. B'd of Ed'n. Former mem. Co. F,
2d Reg'l Conn. Nat. Guard (New Haven Grays). Epis-
copalian. Author: The Metallurgy of Iron and Steel,

1908. Mem. Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs, Iron and Steel
Inst, of London, Am. Soc. for Testing Materials, Inter-
nat. Ass'n for Testing Materials, Am. Electro-chem.
Soc, Am. Foundrymen's Ass'n, Am. Iron and Steel Inst.,
Nat. Geog. Soc, Sigma Xi.. Ass'n Foundry Foremen
(honorary mem.). Clubs: Engineers, Technology or
N. Y. Address: 29 W. 39th St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. N. Y. City; s. Charles and Hanora Fran-
ces (Merrell) Stout; ed. N. Y.;m. N. Y. City, 1899, Hen-
rietta Maria Schroeder (d. late Francis Schroeder) ; one
son: Merrell Langdon, b. 1903. Dir. Liberty Nat. Bank,
N. Y. Mem. Vestry (also clerk) of St. Thomas (P. E.)
Ch., N. Y.; mem. Chamber of Commerce, St. Nicholas
Soc, N. Y. Chapter Colonial Order (treas.). Clubs: at.
Nicholas, Lawyers (Baltusrol. Badminton. Residence
(country): Charlecote, Short Hills, N. J., and 20 E. 66th
St., N. Y. City.

Banker, broker; b. N. Y., Nov. 20, 1875; s. Joseph S.
and Julia (Purdy) Stout; ed. Berkeley Sch.; grad. Co-
lumbia Sch. of Arts, A.B., 1895; Columbia Sch. of Mines,
E E. 1897, A.M., 1897; m. Aug. 30, 1905, Ethel G. Jac-
quelin; children: Joseph S., Jr., b. 1906, Barbara, b.

1909. Mem. Stock Exchange firm of Stout & C.O.
(bankers and brokers); v.-p. Hamilton Fire Ins. Co.
Mem Psi Upsilon fraternity. Clubs: University, Rid-
ing. Address: 25 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Editor, publisher, foreign minister; b. July 10, 1857;
s. Boiling Anthony and Martha (Wilson) Stovall; grad.
Univ. of Ga., B.Sc, 1875; m. Augusta, Ga., 1885, Mary
Ganahl; children: Mrs. Sada Stovall Mason, Pleasant,
Joseph Ganahl. Ass't editor Athens Georgian, 1876:
Augusta Chronicle, 1885-1891; established Savannah
Prrsss, 1891, since which time has been its editor, pub-
lisher and pres. Wrote published life of Robert
Toombs, 1891. U. S. Minister to Switzerland since
June 1913. Traveled extensively. Chm'n iDem. State
Conv. in Ga., 1892; elected to Ga. Legislature, 1902,
1904, 1912. Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Sigma Ep-
silon fraternity and Masonic fraternity. Ex-mem. B'd
Trustees Univ. of Ga. and Savannah School B'd. Ad-
dress: Am. Legation, Berne, Switzerland.


Journalist, lecturer and publicist- b. Saco, Me., Dec.
22 1880; s. Charles Edward and Susan (Munroe)
St'owe; ed. private and public schs. of Hartford, Conn.,
and Harvard Coll., A.B., 1904. Entered book publish-



ing business; asso. editor of one of Funk & Wagnall's
publications; journalist, contributing to leading week-
lies and monthlies, including Outlook, World's Work
and Review of Reviews. During years 1910-1912
served as sec. to vice-chm'n Public Service Comm'n of
N. T. State, 2nd 'Dist., since 1912 sec. Nat. Ass'n of
Junior Republics. Founded with Richard Welling,
Self-Gov't Com. for advocacy of self-gov't idea among
schs. and inst'ns of the country, 1907; served for years
on Schs. Com. of City Club of N. Y. ; spoken in several
municipal campaigns and lectured before sch. and coll.
audiences on self-gov't, juvenile courts, immigration
and kindred subjects. Author (with C. E. Stowe):
Harriet Beecher Stowe: The Story of her Life (Hough-
ton, Mifflin Co.), 1910; (with William R. George): Citi-
zens Made and Remade (Houghton. Mifflin Co.), 1912;
also many articles on subjects relating to penology
gov't and ed'n. Dir. Nat. Ass'n of Junior Republics,
Self-Gov't Com., Music Sch. Settlement for Colored
People of N. T. City, Boy Scouts of America. Recrea-
tion: Tennis. Clubs: Harvard, City. Residence: For-
rest Hills Gardens, Forest Hills, L. I. Address: Tribune
Bld'g, N. T. City.


Lawyer; b. Ithaca. N. Y., Dec. 30, 1884; s. Calvin D.
and Amelia (Esty) Stowell; grad. Hamilton Coll., A.B.,
1905, A.M., 1906; Harvard Univ., LL.B., 1908. Asso-
ciated with firm of Rounds, Schurman & Dwight,
att'yis. Mem. Squadron A, 1st Cav.. N. G. N. Y. Re-
publican; Presby'n. Mem. Sigma Phi fraternity. Rec-
reations: Tennis, riding, automobiling. Clubs: Union
League, Ardsley, Harvard. Squadron A. Residence: 2
W. 72d St. Address: 96 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Educator; author; b. Buffalo, N. Y. ; d. Thomas F.
and Maria (Byrne) Strachan: grad. Buffalo Normal
Sch.; extension course, N. Y. Univ.; unmarried. Dist.
sup't of schools Greater N. Y. Author: "Equal Pay
for Equal Work," and magazine articles. Traveled
extensively. Trustee St. Mary's Hosp., Brooklyn.
Roman Catholic. Pres. Interborough Ass'n of Women
Teachers, Catholic Women's Ass'n, Ladies' Aid Ass'n
of St Mary's Hosp., Internat. Sunshine Soc., District
Supt.'s Assn. Recreations: Theatre, travel. Address:
1115 Ocean Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Eng'r, naval architect; b. College Point, L. I., 1844; s.
Piatt and Elizabeth H. (Jones) Stratton; ed. Walnut Hill
Acad., Geneva and Flushing Inst.; m. Harriet Louise
Woodhull; children: Jennie Louise (wife of Rev. Roy
Farrel Duffield), Harriet Woodhull (wife of Henry
Hewlett Tredwell). Served apprenticeship in office
of Hon. George W. Quintard, prop'r of Iron Works of
N. Y., 6 years, after which time entered employ of
N. Y. Mail Steamship Co.; later became chief eng'r
N. Y. & West India Steamship Co. Accepted appt'mt
as insp. of steam vessels for Port of N. Y., serving gov't
in that capacity, and as supervising insp. of steam ves-
sels for 2d Dist. 9 years; appt'd receiver of Maxwell
Land Grant & R. R. Co. of Southern Colo, and N.
Mex. in interest of Farmers' Loan & Trust Co. of N. Y.
Returned to N. Y. after 2 years, and was for some
time connected with Babcock & Wilcox Co.. in de-
velopment of water tube boilers for naval and mer-
chant marine purposes; invented and patented Strat-
ton Separator, device for elimination of entrained
water from steam; became chief eng'r and ship sur-
veyor Am. Bureau of Shipping (Am. Lloyds); pub-
lishers of Record of American and Foreign Shipping;
now mem, B'd of Mg'rs and supervisor. For many
years eng'r to B'd of Marine Underwriters of N. Y.,
in which capacity did extensive traveling abroad.
Chm'n County Central Com., one of Com. of Fifteen
to form Com. of 100, 1909; also on Com. on Fusion
of Exec. Com.; named as presidential elector on Pro-
gressive ticket, 1912, for 2d Dist., N. Y. State; appt'd
by Mayor Gaynor, 'one of com. to receive Theodore
Roosevelt, on return from abroad. Mem. Soc. Naval
Architects and Marine Eng'rs (mem. Council), Inst'n
of Naval Architects of Great Britain, Am. Soc. for
Testing Materials, Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs. Club:
Engineers. Address: 66 Beaver St., N. Y. City.


Merchant; b. in Rhenish Bavaria, Jan. 31, 1848; s.
Lazarus and Sara Straus; came to U. S. 1854, with
family, and settled in Talbotton, Ga.; ed. in schs. there
and later in public and business schs. of N. Y. City;
m. 1875, Lina Gutherz. Joined father in importing
pottery and glassware, firm of L. Straus & Sons, in
which has retained interest; partner in dep't store
of R. H. Macy & Co. since 1S88, and mem. of firm of
Atoraham & Straus, dep't store, Brooklyn. Democrat;
was nominated for Mayor of N. Y. City, 1S94, but de-
clined nomination; appt'd, 1893, by Mayor iGrant,

Park Comm'r of N. Y. City, and established many im-
provements in the park system of the city; pres.
B'd of Health of N. Y. City, 1898. During the panic
period of the '90s, provided lodging houses for the
poor and homeless, and for two winters maintained
depots for distribution of coal at cost, to the poor.
Identified with many practical charities, notably that
of the distribution of Pasteurized milk to the poor
of N. Y. City, maintaining the dispensaries at his own
expense, with results, as shown by the Health Dep't
statistics of the saving of the lives of many thou-
sands of babies; this initial experiment has been
copied in other cities at home and abroad. Gave installa-
tion for pasteurization of milk to the cities of Vienna,
Munich, Eberswalde (near Berlin), Liverpool, Dublin,
and Sandhausen (near Heidelberg). To the latter
place also supplied for a year all milk free of charge.
Succeeded in reducing death rate of children under
two years in this town to less than half of the aver-
age for the last five years. Established in 1912, and
still maintains a Health Bureau in Palestine, which
has been especially successful in combating malaria
and eye-diseases. At the same time opened Soup
Kitchens in Jerusalem for free distribution of meals
to those rendered destitute by Balkan War, 1913.
Established Pasteur Inst, for Treatment of Rabies at
Jerusalem. Residence: 27 W. 72d St. Address:Broad-
way and 34th St., N. Y. City.


Former Ambassador to Turkey; to. Dec. 23, 1850; s.
Lazarus and Sara Straus; ed. schs. in Georgia until
1865; grad. Columbia, A.B. (Phi Beta Kappa), 1871.
A.M., 1873, LL.B., 1873; L.H.D., Brown Univ., 1878;
LL.D., Washington and Lee Univ. of Pa., and Columbia
Univ.; also studied in office of Charles O'Connor. On
leaving law sch., 1873, formed law firm of Hudson &
Straus, later Sterne, Hudson & Straus, and afterward
as Sterne, Straus & Thompson, and continued in prac-
tise of law until 1881, when joined importing .pottery
and glassware house of L. Straus & Sons, in which
continued until Jan. 1, 1907. Was U. S. Minister to
Turkey under appt'mt of Pres. Cleveland, 1887-1389,
and of Pres. MoKinley, 1897-1900; rendered especially
valuable service in establishing right of Christian
missionaries and Christian colls, in Turkey and in
securing right for selling of Bibles and tracts by
American colporteurs; also secured for Am. univer-
sities, right to excavate on site of ancient Babylon;
after Spanish-Am. War secured aid of Sultan in in-
cluding adhesion of Mohammedan sultans of Min-
danao to accept protection of U. S. rather than join
hands with Aguinaldo. Appt'd Jan. 14, 1902, mem.
Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague, to fill
place made vacant by death of ex-Pres. Harrison:
appt'd and confirmed Sec. Commerce and Labor of
U. S., taking office Dec. 17, 1906. Appt'd Ambassador
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Turkey, 1910.
Has served as pres. N. Y. B'd of Trade and Transpor-
tation, and v.-p. Internat. Law Ass'n, Columbia
Alumni Ass'n. Author: The Origin of the Republi-
can Form of Government in the United States, 18S6;
Roger Williams, the Pioneer of Religious Liberty,
1894; The Development of Religious Liberty in the
United States, 1S96; Reform in the Consular Service,
1897. Trustee N. Y. Life Ins. Co., one of founders of
Nat. Civic Federation, and its v.-p. many years; acted
as arbitrator in numerous labor controversies, and
in 1912 chosen as chm'n B'd to Arbitrate Differences
between 52 Railroads East of Miss, and Locomotive
Eng'rs. Author: The American Spirit (1913). Clubs:
Authors (pres.). City, Lawyers. Address: 5 W. 76th
St., N. Y. City.


Merchant; b. N. Y.; s. Isidor and Ida (Blun) Straus;
prepared for coll., Dr. Sachs' Collegiate Inst.; grad.
Harvard Univ.. A.B., 1897; m. ?J. Y. City, Nov. 27,

.. t-_i_ i-t_:j -r, o

e an or s ana spring or i. sec. i _
ister at Constantinople, 1S98-1S99. Mem. of firm of
R. H. Macy & Co. Hebrew. V.-p. Jewish Agr'l and
Industrial Aid Soc. Mem. Am. Hist. Soc, Am. Geog.
Soc. Clubs: Harvard, Century Country, Rumson
Country, Automobile of America, Manhattan. Address:
S75 Park Av., N. Y. City.


Banker; mem. firm J. & W. Seligman & Co.; trustee
Mass. Gas and Coke Co., N. E. Gas and Coke Co.; dir.
Alma Cement Co., Am. Coal Products Co., Decatur
Land Co., I. P. Morris Co., Omaha & Council Bluffs
St. R'y Co., Otto Coke and Chemical Co., United Coke
and Gas Co., William Cramp & Sons Ship & Engine
Bld'g Co. Residence: 325 W. 75th St. Address: 1
William St., N. Y. City.




Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 2S, 1S54; s. Isaac and
Henrietta (Westheimer) Strauss; ed. Public Sen., No.
3, N. Y. C, Coll. of the City of N. Y., Columbia Law
Sen.; m. Chicago, 111., Jan. I. 1NS6, Pauline Lowen-
stein; children: Eugene, b. Aug. 25, 18S7, Edith C, b.
May 18, 1890. Pres. B'd of Water Supply, appt'd by
Mayor Gaynor, Feb., 1911. Mem. law firm Strauss,
Reich & Boyer. Democrat. One of founders and sec,
N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n; sec. and mem. Comm'n
appt'd by Mayor Gaynor to select a site for proposed
N. Y. County Court House. Dir. and mem. Exec. Com.,
Underwood Typwriter Co.; dir. and sec. Broadway Safe
Deposit Co.; dir. and treas. Eastchester Development
Co. Was mem. of B'd of Ed'n and trustee of the Coll.
of the City of N. Y. for 10 years. Mem. Museum of
Art, N. Y. Acad, of Sciences, Botanical Soc, Soc. In-
ternat. Law, Am. State and County Bar Ass'ns, Ger-
man Soc. Am. Automobile. Ass'n. Aeronautical Soc.
Clubs: Manhattan. Lotos, Liederkranz, Lawyers'. Ad-
dress: 141 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Naval officer; b. Mt. Morris, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1861:
grad. U. S. Naval Acad., 1SS5; ensign,. 1SS7; jr. lieut..
1896; lieut., 1S99; lieut-comd'r, 1904; comd'r, 1908. On
hydrographic surveys in East and West Coast, and
in Alaska, 1887-1890; in Bureau of Ordnance, Navy
Dep't, 1S93-1S96; inventor of supposed turret system
of mounting guns on battleships, 1895; engaged in
blockade of Cuban Coast in Spanish-Am. War; in
charge of XJ. S. Naval Proving Ground, 1900-1903;
insp. Ordnance, 1906-190S: comd'r cruiser Montgomery,
1909-1910, now commanding Battleship Ohio. Mem.
final comm'n appt'd to ascertain the cause of the de-
struction of Maine when she was uncovered in Havana
Harbor. 1911. Author various articles on ordnance
and ballistics. Address: Navy Dep't, Washington, D. C.


Librarian, editor; b. Magnolia, 111.; s. Jacob and Sa-
rah Louisa (Clark) Streamer; ed. public sch.; one year
111. Wesleyan Univ., Bloomington, 111., in preparatory
classes. For twelve years with A. C. McClurg & Co.,
booksellers, Chicago, 111. On stage several years; con-
nected with many first-class attractions; traveled one
season with Edwin Booth. Later literary adviser
with Brentano's, N. Y. Compiler of eight vols., among
them, In Friendship's Name, Voices of Doubt and
Trust, etc.; now librarian of The Players' Club. Rec-
reation: Books. Address: The Players' Club, 16 Gram-
ercy Park, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 1, 1851; s. Robert M. and
Agnes M. (Chichester) Strebeigh; ed. private schs. in
N Y. City; Columbia Coll., A.B.. 1S73, A.M., 1S76; Co-
lumbia Coll. Law Sch., LL.B., 1S75; m. N. Y. City, Oct.
15, 1879, Annie A. Fisher; one son: Robert Lefferts, b.
1S80. Engaged in practice of law. particularly in re-
lation to estates and real estate. Independent Repub-
lican; Episcopalian. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.,
Phi Beta Kappa Soc. Phi Beta Kappa Alumni in N. Y.,
St. Nicholas Soc., Colum'bia Alumni .Ass'n. Clubs: Uni-
versity, Columbia Univ. Residence: 43 E. 61st St.
Address: 149 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Pres. Rochester Theol. Sem. ; b. Rochester, N. Y.,
Aug. 3, 1836; s. Alvah and Catherine (Hopkins) Strong;
grad. Yale Coll., A.B., 1857; D.'D., Brown, 1870; Yale,
1890, Princeton, 1896; LL/D., Bucknell Univ. 1891, Al-
fred Univ., 1S94, Litt.D., Univ. Rochester, 1912; m.
Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1861, Harriet Louise Savage;
children: Charles Augustus, b. 1862, Mary Belle Strong
Cook, b. 1864, John Henry, b. 1866. Kate Strong Sewall,
b. 1870, Cora Harriet, b. 1870, Laura Rockefeller Lewis,
b 1874. Pastor 1st Baptist Ch., Cleveland, O.. 1865-
1872; pres. and prof. Rochester Theol. Sem., 1S72-1912;
pres. emeritus, since 1912; pres. Am. Baptist Mission-
ary Union. Author: Systematic Theology, 1S86 (7th
edition, 1903); revised and enlarged, in three vols-.
1908; Philosophy and Religion, 1S88 (2nd edition, 1912) ;
The Great Poets and Their Theology, 1897; Chirst in
Creation and Ethical Monism, 1899; Miscellanies, in
two vols., 1912; Chapel Talks to Theol. Students, 1913;
Union with Christ, 1913. Address: 17 Sibley PI., Roch-
ester, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Jerseyville, 111., Oct. 6, 1S65; s. John
Caldwell and Mary Cornelia (Dutcher) Strong; ed.
Jerseyville public schs., Harvard Coll., Harvard Law
Sch., LL.B.; m. Boston, Mass., June 28, 1893, Angelia
L. Longfellow; children: Margaret Longfellow, b. Aug.
24. 1897; Frederick Longfellow, b. Nov. 2, 1902. Coun-
sel for property owners against elevated r'ys in Man-
hattan and against surface r'ys in Brooklyn, and lat-

terly counsel for other surface r'ys in .Manhattan sev-
eral years, now counsel for Tax Comm'r to revise all
tax laws mi State "t x. Y. Traveled extensively in
Europe and U. S. -Mem. firm Strong & Mellen. Pres.
Citizens I'nion ut'g'n, 2:ifh Assembly hist.; clim'n Citi-
zens Union County Com.; mem. Gov. Hughes' Comm'n
in revise the charter of the City of N. Y. Progres-
sive Republican: Unitarian. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of
X. V. Trustee All Souls' (Unitarian) Ch., N. Y. City.
Recreations: Tennis, bicycling, swimming. Clubs:
City (pres.), Century, Harvard, Down Town. Resi-
dence: 120 E. 71st St. Address: 27 Cedar St., N. Y.


Railway official; b. North East, Pa., 1S85; s. Ernest
A. and Eva (Lyon) Strong; grad. Syracuse Univ., 1908;
m. Syracuse, N. Y., 1910, MaJbel Spencer. Entered rail
work with Syracuse Rapid Transit Co., after gradua-
tion; advanced to chief inspector, resigned to become
sup't of transportation with Utica & Mohawk Valley
R'y; appt'd sup't of transportation of Syracuse Rapid
Transit R'y Aug., 1912- resigned, upon appt'mt to N. Y.
State Ry's, Rochester Lines, June 1, 1913. Address: N.
Y. State R'ys Co., Rochester, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Boston, Mass May 23, 1859; s. Ed-
ward Alexander and Marion Hubbard (Clarke) Strong;
ed. Boston Latin Sch.; grad. Amherst Coll., B.A., 1880,
M.A., 1885; Univ. of Leipzig, Germany; Episcopal
Theol. Sch., Cambridge, Mass., B.D., 1885; m. Boston,
Nov. 22, 1887, Margaret Phillips Reynolds; children:
Susan Sturgis, b. 18S9, Alexander, b. 1890, Margaret
Wendell, b. 1894. Ass't St. Paul's, Boston, 1885-1887,
rector St. Paul's, Maiden, Mass., 1887-1890; St. Paul's,
Brockton, Mass., 1S91-1900; Christ Ch., Quincy, Mass.,
1900-1902; Christ Ch., N. Y. City, since 1902. Inde-
pendent; Episcopalian. Yachting. Psi Upsilon fra-
ternity. Clu'b: N. Y. Yacht. Address: 213 W. 71st St.,
-X. Y. City.


Banker; b. N. Y. City, July 23, 1862; s. Joseph M.
and Elizabeth Ludlow (Livingston) Strong (d. Peter
Van Brugh Livingston) ; ed. private schs., and Mon-
treal Coll., Montreal, Can. Engaged in iron and steel
rail business with father, 1883-1890; In real estate
business, 1890-1903. Retired and traveled, visit-
ing all West India Islands, S. America, England and
Continent; later Philippine Islands, and around world.
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