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Sons of Revolution Soc. Colonial Wars. Recreation:
Y'achting. Clubs: N. Y. Yacht, Badminton, Union (San
Juan, Porto Rico). Residence: "Cliffwood" Esopus-
on-Hudson, N. Y., and 44 W. 44th St. Address: 120
Liberty St., N. Y. City, and Little Falls, N. J.


Clergyman; b. Naperville, 111., Jan. 19 1847; s. Jo-
siah and Elizabeth Clough (Welbster) Strong; grad.
Western Reserve Coll., 1869; studied theology Walnut
Hills Sem., Cincinnati. 1869-1871, D.TX, 1886; Western \
Reserve Univ., LL.D., 1905; Alfred Univ.; m. Chardon,
O., Aug. 29, 1871, Alice Bisbee; children: Kate (de-
ceased), Elsie, Margery, Howard. Home Missionary,
Cheyenne, Wyoming, 1871-1873; chaplain, Territorial
Legislature; chaplain. Western Reserve Coll., instr.
Nat. Theol., 1873-1876; pastor, Sandusky, O., 1876-1881;
sec Ohio Home, Miss.. Soc, 18S1*18S4; pastor, Cincin-
nati, 1884-18S6; sec. Evangelical Alliance for U. S.,
1886-1898; pres. Am. Inst, of Social Service since 1898.
Called to England, Summer of 1904, to aid in organiz-
ing British Inst, of Social Service. Author: Our Coun-
try, 1886; revised edition, 1891; The New Era, 1893;
The Twentieth Century City, 1898; Religious Move-
ments foir Social Betterment, 1900; Expansion, 1900;
The Times and Young Men, 1901; The Next Great
Awakening, 1902; Social Progress (a year book), 1904-
1906; The Challenge of the City, 1907; My Religion In
Every Day Life. 1910; Our World, Vol. I., The New
World Life, 1913. These books have reached a circula-
tion in English of more than 300.000. Several of them
have been translated in European and Asiatic languages,
including German, French, Japanese and Chinese.
Trustee Talledega Coll. Independent Republican; Con-
gregationalist. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Upsilon.
Address: Bible House, Astor Place, N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; b. Passaic, N. J.; s. J. Paschal and Cor-
nelia Whitney (Heyer) Strong; ed. Albany Acad.; grad.
Columbia Univ., Arts, A.B., 1889; afterward year in
Sch. of Mines; m. Racine, Wis., 1901, Nina Colville;
children: Elizabeth Grier, Nina Colville, Nathaniel Ol-



cott. Consulting eng'r; formerly eng'r of bridges and
buildings, jurisdiction extending over entire Brie R. R.
system. Reformed (Dutch) Ch. Mem. Am. Soc. of
Civil Eng'rs, Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Club:
Columbia Univ. Address: 7 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Palmyra, N. T., Aug. 14, 1846; s. Judge
Theron R Strong (of N. Y. Supreme Court) and Cor-
nelia (Barnes) Strong; descended from Elder John
Strong, one of founders of Northampton, Mass., also
from colonial families of Turner, White, Stanley, Olm-
stead, Pitkin and Yale; grad. Univ. of Rochester, 1868
(mem. Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Kappa Epsilon), Colum-
bia Law Sch., 1870; m. 1878, Martha Howard Prentice,
d. John H. Prentice of Brooklyn; children: Prentice,
Theron R., Martha Prentice. Admitted to bar, 1870;
practising in N. Y. City since 1873. Nominated 1884
and 1885 by Republican party for judge of Court of
Common Pleas; trustee Presbytery of N. Y. ; delegate
to Gen. Assembly. Dir. N. Y. Bible Soc.; trustee N. Y.
Juvenile Asylum, dir. Legal Aid Soc, elder and deacon
in Ch. of Covenant; elder in Brick Ch.; mem. County
Com.; appt'd twice by Supreme Court on Com. on
Character; pres. Univ. of Rochester Alumni. Author
of Anti-Policy provisions of the Penal Code passed by
the Legislature in 1901. Counsel of .^Stna Life Ins.
Co ; Among other litigations, engaged in Stokes will
case, Dep't of Parks investigation, numerous life and
fire insurance cases; appt'd by Supreme Court to serve
on various comm'ns. Mem. Asso. Bar City of N. Y.,
Soc. of Cincinnati (Conn.), Soc. Colonial Wars, Sons
of Revolution. Cluibs: Country, Down Town. Resi-
dence: 29 E. 65th St. Address: 49 Wall'St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Oct. 30, 1881; s. Theron G. and Martha
Howard (Prentice) Strong; attended St. Paul's Sch.,
Concord, N. H., 1893-1899; Yale Univ., A.B., 1903; N. Y.
Law Sch., LL.B., 1906; unmarried. Started practice of
law, 1906, in office of Merrill & Rogers; formed part-
nership of Strong, Smith & Strong, 1908, as junior
mem.; deputy ass't dist. att'y since 1910. Enlisted
Squadron A, 1903, and served until 1910; enlisted in
1st Battery, 1910, under Capt. O'Ryan. and served as
2d and 1st lieut. in 2d Battalion; now capt. Battery
D. 2d Field Artillery, N. G. N. Y. ; attended U. S. Army
Sch. of Fire, Fort Sill, Okla. Presby'n. Mem. Ass'n
Bar City of N. Y., Psi Upsilon and Phi Delta Phi fra-
ternities. Recreations: Rowing, polo. Clubs: N. Y.
Yacht, Comedv, Yale. Squadron A, Portchester Polo,
Phi Delta Phi. Residence: 29 East 65th St. Address:
49 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 18, 1866; s. Samuel and
Mariana (Marcuse) Stroock; ed. N. Y. public schs.;
grad. Coll. of City of N. Y., B.S.; Columbia Coll., LL.B.
Traveling aibroad; m. N. Y. City, March, 1S96, Cora
Vollman; children: Blanche M., b. 1898; Minnie J., to.
1903. Mem. firm Stroock & Stroock. Dir. Marion
Realty Co., Atlas Investors' Co., Cathedral Realty Co.,
Montel Realty Co., Borough Investing Co., Stroock
Felt Mills, Stroock Plush Co., Lenox Investing Co.
Trustee Coll. City of N. Y. Mem. Soc. of Medico-Legal
Jurisprudence, N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n and N. Y.
State Bar Ass'n. Dir. Jewish Protectory, counsel for
Montefiore Home. Recreation: Golf. Clubs: Har-
monie, Reform, Ocean Country. Address: 30 Broad
St., N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Frytourg, Me., Dec. 11, 1857; s. Bennett
and Abbie (Woodruff) IStrout; ed. Dartmouth Coll.,
A.B., 1880; A.M., 1881. Engaged in teaching since
1880; instr. mathematics, Ury House Sch., 1880-1884;
headmaster St. Luke's Sch. since 1884. Author:
Strout's Plane Geometry, 1909. Mem. Psi Upsilon, Phi
Beta Kappa fraternities; pres. Dartmouth Alumni
Ass'n, Philadelphia. Address: St. Luke's Sch., Wayne,


Educator; b. Cincinnati, O., 1869; s. William and
Ella (Garretson) Strunk; grad. of Cincinnati, B.A.,
1890; Cornell Univ. Ph.D., 1896; student Univ. of
Paris. 1898-1899; on. 1900, Emilie Locke; three chil-
dren. Instr. in English, Cornell Univ., 1891-1898;
fellow, 1898-1899: ass't prof. English, 1899-1909; prof.
English since 19 09. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa. Edited
Macaulay and Carlyle on Johnson, 1895; Dryden's
Essays otn the Drama, 1898; Cooper's Last of the
Mohicans, 1901; Cynewulfs Juliana, 1904; Romeo and
Juliet, 1911. Address: 107 Lake St., Ithaca, N. Y.


Editor; b. N. Y. City, 1865; s. Joseph and Anne K
Strutherp; ed. private sch., grammar sch. (valedic-

torian); Coll. City of N. Y., 1880-1881; Columbia Coll.
Sch. of Mines, Ph.B., 1885, Ph.D., in chemistry, 1895;
unmarried. On staff of inst'rs dep'ts of mineralogy
alnd metallurgy, as ass't to Dr. Thomas Egleston, and
Prof. Henry M. Howe, Columbia Univ., 1885-1900; hon.
lecturer in metallurgy Columbia Univ., 1901-1902;
organized and conducted first summer sch. in prac-
tical metallurgy of Columbia Univ., held at Butte.
Mont., 1896; visited many metallurgical plants in
U. S. and Europe; has carried on sp'l metallurgical
investigations. On B'd of Editors, Sch. of Mines
Quarterly, as business mg"r, 1892-1900; ass't editor
(volumes VIII. and IX.), 1900-1901; editor (volumes
X. and XL), 1902-1903, The Mineral Industry; ass't
editor, volumes 33-36, 1903-1906; editor, volumes 37-43
Trans. Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs. 1907-1913; field
ass't U. S. Geol. Survey, 1901-1902; sp'l agent U. S.
Census, 1903; sec. Div. of Mining Enuring, St. Louis
Exp'n, 1904; ass't editor, 1903-1905; editor, ass't sec
and ass't treas., 1906-1910; sec, 1911-1912, Am. Inst.
Mining Eng'rs; chm'n Jury Mines and Metallurgy
Jamestown Exp'n, 1907; delegate Am. Inst. Mining
Eng'rs to Conf. on Conservation of Natural Resources.
Washington, D. C, 1908; sec. Corozal Mining Co.,
Porto Rico, 1904-1907; treas. and dir. Mineral Develop-
ment Co., Mexico, 1907. Contb'r to Eng'ring and Min-
ing Journal, Mineral Resources of U. S., Transactions
of Am. Inst, of Mining Eng'rs, Internat. Encyclopaedia,
Sch. of Mines Quarterly, Internat. Year Book, Science
and other technical publications. Author: Quiz Com-
pend an Chemistry and Physics, 1890 (Lea Bros.,
Phila.), Republican; Episcopalian. Mem. United
Eng'ring Soc (treas. and trustee since 1910), N. Y.
City; Alumni Ass'n. Schs. of Applied Science, Columbia
Univ.; Sigma Xi Soc, and Tau Beta Pi Soc. (hon).
Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. Clubs: Engineers (sec.
and trustee since 1909), N. Y. Athletic Address: 29
West 39th St., N. Y. City.


Pres. Hamilton Coll.; b. Vernon, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1851;
s. of Isaac P. and Alida L. (Woolsey) Stryker; grad.
Rome Acad., Hamilton Coll., A.B., 1872; Auburn Theol.
Sem., 1876, D.D., Hamilton, 1889, Lafayette, D.D.. 1889,
LL.D., 1892. Wesleyan, LL.D., 1909; in. Auburn, N. Y.,
Sept. 27, 1876, Clara Elizalbeth Goss; children: Goss
Livingston, Alida, Robert McBurney, Lloyd Paul,
Evelyn, Elizabeth Woolsey. Pastor Presby'n Ch., Au-
burn, 1876-1878; Ithaca, 1878-1883; Holyoke, Mass.,
1883-1885; Chicago, 1885-1892; pres. Hamilton Coll.
since 1892. Author of several hymn books, volumes
of sermons, hymns, verse, addresses. Republican.
Trustee Hamilton Coll. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma
Phi. Recreations: Riding, fishing, tennis. Address:
Clinton, N. Y.


Manufacturer; b. Cleveland, Ohio, July 9, 1883; e.
C. F. and Annie (Buchanan) Stuart; grad. Phillips
Acad., Andover, Mass., 1904; Sheffield Scientific Sch.,
of Yale Univ., Ph.B., 1907. N. Y. sales mg'T Gen.
Motors Truck Co.; sec.-treas. and dir. Rainier Motor-
car Co., Rainier Motors Truck Co.; dir. Sintered Ore
Co., Inc.; Chapman Coal & Coke Co. Episcopalian.
Mem. Berzelius Soc. (Yale). Clubs: Yale, Manhattan,
Automobile. Residence: 157 East 72d St. Address:
236 West 59th St., N. Y. City.


Writer; b. Avoyelles Parish, La.; d. James and Mary
Routh (Stirling) McEnery; ed. New Orleans; m.
Hempstead County, Ark., Aug. 6. 1879. Alfred Oden
Stuart; one son, now deceased. For some years has
done considerable platform work, reading own stories
for literary and other clubs and societies. Author:
Sonny, Holly and Pizen, Moriah's Mourning, In Simp-
kinsville, A Golden Wedding. Carlotta's Intended,
Solomon Crow's Christmas Pockets. The Story of Ba-
bette, George Washington Jones. The Christmas Gift
That Went A-Begging, The Second Wooing of Salina-
Sue, The River's Children, Napoleon Jackson, The
Gentleman of the Plush Rocker. Aunt Amity's Silver
Wedding and Other Tales, The Unloved Life of Little
Mary Ellen: Sonny's Father. Clubs: Barnard, Wednes-
day Afternoon, MacDowell, Women's Cosmopolitan.
Residence: 220 Central Park S. Address: Care Cen-
tury Co., Union Square; care Harper & Bros., Franklin
Square, N. Y. City.


Publisher; b. Zell, Bavaria, Germany; s. Peter and
Katarina (Gunther) Stumpf; ed. St. Nicholas Parochial
Sch. N. Y. City; m. N. Y. City, April 21, 1879 Anna
Kulule; children: Amalia, b. 1880; Wilhelmina, r.. 188
Anna, b. 1884: Elizabeth, b. 1SS6; Barbara.
Charles, b. 1890: Charlotte, b. 1893: Ernest A., b. 1895.
Pres. Bankers' Encyclopaedia Co., dir. .^Stna Indemnity



Co., sec. Wellsburg Coal Co., sec. Wellsburg State
Line R. R. Co. Democrat; Catholic. Pres. Melrose
Turn Verein; Elk, Mason, mem. German Literary Soc.
Recreation: Farming. Residence: 51 Westervelt PI.,
Passaic Park, N. J. Address: 20 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Elmira, Ont., May 17,
1856; s. Rev. John and Maria Anna (Schiedel) Stumpf ;
ed. Canadian Literary Inst., Woodstock, Ont., 1871-
1873; grad. Cleveland Homce. Med. Coll., 1876; alter
graduation, located in Uhrichsville, O., for 3 months;
m. Buffalo, N. Y., June 13, 1878, Louise S. Boden-
bender; children: Alice Irene, b. 1885; Elmer Herbert,
b. 1890; Irma Beatrice, b. 1893; Norman Harold, b.
1897. Gen. practitioner in Buffalo since 1876. Pres.
German Baptists' Life Ass'n, of Buffalo; mem. B'd
of Trustees German Baptist Publication Soc, Cleve-
land, O. Republican. Mem. Am. Inst, of Homce.,
N. Y. State Homce. Med. Soc, Erie Co. Homce. Med.
Soc; on staff of Buffalo Homce. Hosp.; chm'n Genesee
St. Y. M. C. A., 1894-1896, and since 1905. Dir. church
choir since 1SS3. Mem. B'd of Dirs. Buffalo Y. M. C. A.
Club: Clinical (Buffalo). Address: 693 Ellicott St.,
Buffalo, N. Y.


Ins. official; b. Osnabriick, Germany, Jan. 25, 1870;
s. Carl A. and Cathinka (Gutorsloh) Sturhahn; ed. in
Germany; m. N. Y. City, Sept. 3, 1901, Maie Nunes
Carvalho; children: Herbert Carl, b. July 29, 1902; Ed-
ward Marshall, b. May 15, 1906. Formerly ass't mg'r
Munich Reinsurance Co., of Munich; gen. mg'r and
att'y Rossia Ins. Co. of St. Petersburg, and Prussian Life
Ins. Co. of Berlin, since Oct., 1903. Dir. Am. Mortgage
Ins. Co., First Mortgage Real Estate Co., State Bank
& Trust Co., Hartford. Formerly officer in German
Army (Reserve). Republican; Lutheran. Mem. Am.
Acad. Polit. and Social Sciemce. Clubs: Down Town,
Lawyers, Deutscher Verein, "Wykagyl Countrv, Scars-
dale Golf (N. Y.), Union League (Chicago), Farming-
ton Country, Hartford City, Hartford Golf (Hartford).
Address: 45 Lewis St., Hartford, Conn., and 84 William
Bt., N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon and oculist; b. Sandy Hill, N. Y.,
May 1, 1847; s. Peter and Laura A. (Howard) Sturte-
vant; ed. in common schools of St. Lawrence County,
N. Y., and St. Lawrence Acad., Albany Med. Coll., M.D.,
1872; m. Theresa, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1876, Clara A. Chees-
man; children: Howard R. (lawyer), b. July 24, 1877;
Rupert P. (civil eng"r), b. Aug. 30, 1882; Laura A., b.
Aug. 26, 1887; Miriam L., b. Jan. 28, 1891. U. S. ex-
amining surgeon, 1881-1903. Practiced medicine and
surgery until 1897; since then diseases of the eye ex-
clusively. Republican; Presby'n. Mem Am. Med.
Ass'n, N. Y. State Med. Ass'n; Theresa Lodge, 174, 'F.
and A. M., of which has held every office; high priest
of Theresa Chapter, 149, R. A. M-, for 15 years; past
dist. Deputy Grand Master 24th Dist. For many years
B'd Ed'n Theresa High Sch. Recreation: music. Ad-
dress: Theresa, N. Y.


Importer and exporter; b. Montclair, N. J.;, s. Ed-
ward Lee and Alice de Reimer (Adams) Suffern. Pres.
Suffern & Co. Mem. N. Y. Chamber of Commerce. Fel-
low Royal Geog. Soc, London. Ex-treas. N. Y. Sch. of
Applied Design for Women (dir.). Clubs: Union
League, Pilgrims, City, Merchants' (N. Y. City), Royal
Societies (London), Plainfield Country (Plainfield, N.
J.). Residence: Plainfield, N. J. Address: 96 Wall St.,
N. Y. City.


Pres. Nassau Trust Co.; b Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 11,
1854; s. Andrew and Ann E. (Harrington) Sullivan;
grad. St. Francis Xavier's Coll., N. Y., A.B., 1872; m.
Brooklyn, N. Y.. 1884, Mary E. Kavanagh; children
Anna Madeline, Marguerite Regina, Vera, Frank Har-
rington. Elected pres. The Nassau Trust Co.. city of
Brooklyn, Julv 1, 1897. Appt'd by Pres. Cleveland,
April, 1893, postmaster of Brooklyn, N. Y.; held office
until Oct., 1897; mem. B'd of Ed'n City of Brooklyn,
during four years previous to consolidation: chm'n of
Com. on Sites; chm'n of Finance Com. of said b'd to
expiration of term. Pres. and trustee The Nassau
Trust Co. Democrat: Catholic. Mem. Alumni Ass'n,
St. Francis Xavier's Coll., Knights of Columbus, Cath-
olic Benevolent Lesion. Roman Catholic Orphan Asy-
lum Soc. Brooklyn League, B. P. O. Elks. Clubs:
Brooklvn, Hanover, Madison, Bayswater Yacht. Resi-
dence: "933 St. Mark's Av. Address: 356 Fulton St.,
Brooklyn. N. Y.


Real estate ooerator. State Senator; b. N. Y. City,
1870; ed. St. James Parochial Sch., and St. Mary's

Acad. Formerly connected with the printing trade;
now engaged in real estate business. Exec. mem.
Tammany Hall Gen. Com. of 8th Assembly Dist. Nom-
inated for State Senator, 1906, and elected. Appt'd
mem. of Senate Corns. 1907 on Miscellaneous, Corp'ns,
Revision and Trade and Manufactures. Re-elected
from 11th Senatorial dist., 1908. In 1909 appt'd mem.
of Senate corns, on Miscellaneous Corp'ns, Revision,
Trades and Manufactures. Re-elected 1910 and 1912.
Address: 49 Chambers St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, 1859; s. Algernon Sydney and
Mary Mildred (Hammond) Sullivan; ed. Columbia
Grammar Sch., N. Y. City; Columbia Coll., and Har-
vard, sp'l courses, Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 1884.
Partner in law firm of Sullivan & Cromwell, lawyers,
founded by Algernon S. Sullivan and W. N. Cromwell.
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Alpha Delta Phi frater-
nity; mem. B'd of Dirs. N. Y. Nursery and Childs.
Hosp., N. Y. City. Clubs: Alpha Delta Phi, Harvard,
N. Y. Athletic, Scarsdale Golf. Address: 49 Wall St.,
N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Baltimore, Md., Feb. 1, 1873; s. James
and Martha J. (Meeker) Sullivan; ed. public schools
of Dayton, O. ; Oakland, Calif.; Boston, Mass.; St. Paul,
Minn.; grad. Harvard Univ., Ph.D., 1897-1898; m.
Springfield, Mass., July 3, 1901, Amelia Lucy Owen; one
daughter, Martha, b. Oct. 7, 1905. Ass't instr. history,
Harvard Univ., 1894-1895: instr., 1897-1899; teacher De
Witt Clinton High Sch., N. Y. City, 1899-1902; principal
of Annex High Sch. of Commerce, N. Y. City, 1902-1903;
chm'n Dep't of History, 1902-1907; principal of Boys'
High Sch., Brooklyn, since 1907; lecturer Teachers'
Coll., Columbia Univ., 1905-1906; mem. of B'd of Exam-
iners of Coll. Entrance Examination B'd since 1907;
lecturer, Harvard Univ. Summer School, 1908; N. Y.
Univ., 1908-1909. Traveled throughout the U. S. be-
fore entering coll., and in all countries of Europe,
1894, 1895-1897, 1902. Contb'r to hist, magazines and
proceedings of learned societies in U. S. and Europe.
Author: An Elementary History of England (with
Tout), (Longmans); The Government of New York
State (Scribner's); (in preparation) How Our Cities
Are Governed (Scribner's); History of the United
States (Longmans). Democrat. Mem. Am. Hist. Ass'n,
Am. Polit. Science Ass'n; various pedagogical ass'ns.
Clubs: Harvard, University (Brooklyn). Residence:
167 McDonough St., Brooklyn. Summer residence:
Manhasset, L. I. Address: Boys' High Sch., Marcy and
Putnam Avs., Brooklyn. N. Y.


Athletic official; b. N. Y. City, Nov., 1860; s. Daniel
J. and Julia Sullivan; ed. N. Y. public sens.; m. N. Y.
City, 1882, Margaret Eugenie Byrne. Entered pub-
lishing house of Frank Leslie in 1S78, and after Mr.
Leslie's death continued v/ith Mrs. Leslie in business
office and editorial dep't; in the early '80s conducted
an athletic dep't in Frank Leslie's Boys and Girls'
Weekly, which was first athletic dep't ever instituted
in a home weekly paper. In '80s started one of first
papers in U. S. wholly devoted to track and field ath-
letics, The Athletic News; athletic editor the Morning
Journal (then owned by Albert Pulitzer), 1887-1888;
contb'd athletics to N. Y. Sun; became business mg'r,
1889, and from 1891 owner N. Y. Sporting Times; since
org'n pres. Am. Sports Fub. Co., publishers of Spal-
ding's Athletic Library and editor several of its pub-
lications. Many years active participant in amateur
athletics; pres, Metropolitan Ass'n of Amateur Ath-
letic Union of U. S.; sec. 1889-1906, pres., 1906-1907-
1908, Amateur Athletic Union of U. S., since then sec.
and treas; official referee, Intercollegiate Amateur
Ass'n; chm'n Games Com., Public Schools Athletic
League; Ass't Am. dir. Olympic Games, Paris, 1900;
sec Am. Comm'n Olympic Games. Athens Greece, 1906.
Athletic dir. Pan-Am. Exp'n, Buffalo, 1901; chief Dep't
Physical Culture, La. Purchase Exp'n, 1904; hon. dir.
athletics at Jamestown Exp'n, 1907; sec. Am. Com.
Olympic Games, London.1908. Mem. and ex-pres. Pastime
Athletic Club (N. Y. City), and mem. and hon. mem. of
many other athletic socs.; received medal of Internat.
Olympic Com.: also from King George I., of Greece,
cross of Royal Order of the Savior. Sec. Am. Olym-
pic Games Com., Sweden, for 1912. Appt'd mem. B'd of
Ed'n N. Y. City, Nov. 1908. Residence: 540 W. 114th
St. Address: 21 Warren St., N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Goshen, Orange Co., Sept.
4, 1841; s. Peter and Julia (Harrington) Sullivan; grad.
Med. Dep't. Univ. of City of N. Y., 1867; m. N. Y. City,
1875, Eleanor Sullivan; children: Francis J., b. 1880,
Raymond P., b. 1882, Eugene D., b. 1884, Hester E., b.
1886, Grace M., b. 1892. Surgeon to St. Mary's Hosp.,
physician to St. John's Home, surgeon to Dep't of Po-



lice, of N. Y. City. Jan. 18S7-Nov 1907, now retired.
Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N*. Y. State Med. Soc, Kings
County Med. Soc, Brooklyn Med. Soc, Brooklyn Surg.
Soc, Pathol. Soc, Med. Soc. Greater N. Y., Associated
Physicians of Long- Island, trustee Brevoort Savings
Bank. Democrat; l;oman Catholic; trustee Ch. of Our
Lady of Victory. Mem. Catholic Benevolent Legion,
Knights of Columbus. Address: 74 McDonough St.,
(Brooklyn, N. Y.


Merchant; mayor of Dunkirk; b. Dunkirk, N. Y.,
March 4, 1862; s. -Cornelius and Margaret (Healy) Sul-
livan- ed. Dunkirk public sens.; m. Dunkirk, N. Y.,
June 12 1884, Angeline Till. Associated in boot and
shoe business with father ever since leaving sch.
Served as police and fire comm'r 1912-1913; elected
Mayor of Dunkirk, 1913. Democrat. Past exalted ruler,
Dunkirk Lodge of Elks. Recreations: Hunting, fish-
ing, baseball, boxing. Clubs: Dunkirk, Elks. Resi-
dence- 41 W. 5th St. Address: 211 & 213 Central Av ,
Dunkirk, N. Y.


Lawyer State tax comm'r; b. Norwich, N. Y., May
25, 1S69; s. Patrick and Mary (Hill) Sullivan; ed. Nor-
wich High Sch.. valedictorian, class of 1889; m. Nor-
wich N. Y., 1895, Annie E. Conway. Entered law of-
fice of U. S. Judge George W. Ray, as law student and
clerk- admitted to bar, 1891 at Utica. since which
time has been actively engaged, having conducted
many important civil and criminal cases m that dist.
Elected justice of peace of Norwich. 1891; chm n
Chenango Co. Democratic Com., 1896-1902, and dele-
gate to many State convs., appt'd 1893 to examine
records of surrogate's office of Washington County,
also represented State Comptroller Martin H Glynn
as att'y; served 4 terms as city att'y of Norwich;
appt'd State tax comm'r by Gov. Dix. 1912. Demo-
crat. Catholic Mem. N. Y. State Bar Assn. Alert
Hose Co, Norwich; charter mem. Norwich Council,
Knights of Columbus (grand knight 12 years), char-
ter mem Norwich Lodge of Elks; pres. Holy Name
Soc Clubs- Norwich (charter mem.). Norwich Coun-
try (charter mem.). Address: Norwich, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Sheboygan Falls, Wis.. Sept., 1856; s
John and Agnes Elizabeth (Murchison) 'Sully: grad.
Dartmouth Coll., A. B., A.M., 1878; Columbia Law
Sch LL.B.. 1881; fitted for coll. in public schs. of
Dedham, Mass.; m. St. Thomas' Ch., N. Y. City, Feb.,
1892 Adelaide A. Hidden; children: Spencer Edwards,
b Nov 1892; Wilberforce, Jr., b. June, 1S95. Sec. The
Ohio Southern R. R. Co., 1881-1S92; dir. Cincinnati,
Hamilton & Dayton R. R. Co., 1894-1901; v.-p and
chm'n B'd of Dirs. Am. Malting Co.; took full charge
of business, Julv, 1907, since which time has remained
as acting exec. head. Also pres. Am. Malt Corp n.
Engaged in. law practice in N. Y. City since iS82. Re-
publican; Episcopalian. Mem. Alpha Delta Phi (Dart.
Chapter), Phi Beta Kappa (Alpha Chapter, N. H) fra-
ternities. Clubs: University. Lawyers, N. Y. Athletic,
Alpha Delta Phi. Address: 375 Park Av., N. Y. City.


Merchant, philanthropist; b. Philadelphia, Pa., 1858;
s. Leopold and Sophia (Lindauer) Sulzberger; ed. in
Hebrew Ed'n Soc, and Central High Sch., Philadel-
phia; m. N. Y. City, May 13, 1883, Rachel Hays. Came
to N. Y. City when 19 years of age; started as book-
keeper in dry goods firm of N. Erlanger Blumgart &
Co., of which is now pTes. Most prominently known
in connection with work in Jewish charitable enter-
prises and in Jewish religious org'ns; sec. Jewish
Agr'l and Industrial Aid Soc. (ex-pres.); dir. Indus-
trial Removal Office (ex-chm'n): United Hebrew
Charities (ex-pres.); pres. Am. Hebrew Publishing
Co.; chm'n Am. branch Jewish Territorial Org'n; trus-
tee Jewish Publication Soc. of America; mem. Exec
Com. Am. Jewish Com.; treas. B'd of Mg'rs N. Y. State
Reformatory for Misdemeanants; pres. Second N. Y.
Citv Conference of Charities and Corrections; Nat.

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