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Coiif. of Jewish Charities, 1912-1914; mem. Exec. Com.
Nat. Conf. of Charities and Corrections. Democrat in
politics. In the mayoralty election of 1903 was can-
didate of the fusion partv for pres. Borough of Man-
hattan. Residence: 516 West End Av. Address: 354
Fourth Av.. N. Y. City.


Pres. Sulzberger & Sons Co.; b. in Obergrombach,
Germany; s. Moses and Theresa (Schrag) Sulzberger;
married; children: Nathan, Tilly, Bella. Max J., Lily.
German F.. Arthur, Marion, Sheridan, Dulcie, Karl F.
Pres. Sulzberger & Sons. Co. Hebrew. Dir. Monte-
fiore Home. Residence: 21 E. 67th St. Address: Care
Sulzberger & Sons Co., 45th St. and First Av., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, June 14, 1878; s. Sol. and
Esther (Emden) Sulzberger; ed. N. Y. City public
schools; grad. Weingart Inst., and N. Y. Law Sch.,
LL.B.; m. N. Y. City, Nov. 5, 1903, Rena Fuld; chil-
dren: Myron, Jr., b. Dec. 3, 1904; Edward, b. Nov. 30.
1907. Engaged in practice of law in the State Courts
since 1899, and likewise in U. S. Court for the South-
ern Dist. of N. Y. Has acted as counsel in many im-
portant matters of litigation. Democrat; engaged in
polit. work long before he had attained majority:
served in Assembly 1902 and 1903, and after receiving
third nomination resigned. During term in the As-
sembly introduced and worked in connection with
many important matters of legislation particularly
that regarding insurance and canal proposition. When
John Quneen was deputy att'y-gen., was special deputy
att'y-gen., assigned to sp'l work in the interests of the
State; has acted as counsel to the State comptroller
in many tax matters. Jewish religion. Ex-pres. Met.
Lodge. Independent Order Sons of Benjamin; Pres.
Zion Lodge. Independent Order of B'nai Brith; mem.
B'd Dirs. Home for Aged and Infirm at Yonkers. N.
Y. ; past chancellor comd'r Cosmopolitan Dodge,
Knights of Pythias; first vice chm'n Com. of Dem.
Party of 18th Assembly Dist.; delegate to every State
Dem. Conv. since 1902; mem. Gotham Lodge, "F. and
A. M. : pres. Zion Widow and Orphan Soc: mem. He-
brew Orphan Asylum. Met. Aid Soc, Mt. Sinai Hosp.,
Montefiore Home; 1st v.-p. Dem. City Com. of N. Y. ;
N. Y. Counsel and mem. Supreme Tribe of Ben Hur.
Club: Delaware (1st v.-p.). Residence: 240 E. 72d
St. Address: 38 Park Row, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; mem. of Assembly, former gov. of N. Y. ;
b. Elizabeth, N. J.. March 18. 1863; ed. in public schs.;
m. Jan. 7, 1908, Clara Rodelheim. Admitted to Bar,
1884; mem. N. Y. Legislature, 1890, 1891, 1892. 1893
and 1S94. Speaker of the Assembly, 1893; delegate to
the Chicago Conv., 1S96; Kansas City Conv., 1900; St.
Louis Conv., 1904: Denver Conv. 1908. Elected to
the Fifty-fourth Congress, 1894; re-elected to 55th,
56th, 58th. 59th, 60th, 61st and 62d Congresses. Gov-
ernor of N. Y. State, Jan. -Oct., 1913; elected mem. of
Assembly on Progressive ticket Nov. 4, 1913. Address:
Albany, N. Y.


Yachting editor N. Y. Tribune; b. Southgate, Eng..
Feb. 19, 1854; s. Rev. James and Jane (Frankland)
Summers; ed. English schools and King's Coll., Lon-
don. Served in British and U. S. Merchant service;
in N. Y. Naval Militia, 1890-1898; comm'd ensign, U.
S. N., 1898; promoted lieut., 1899, during Spanish-Am.
War; licensed master and pilot of steam vessels; ed-
itor of various yachting periodicals. Mem. Old Guard.
United Spanish War Veterans, U. S. Revolver Ass'n;
Naval & Mil. Order Spanish-Am. War; Excelsior
Lodge. F. and A. M. : Masonic Veterans. Clubs: N.
Y. Press (ex.-sec). Old Guard Rifle. Residence: Lef-
ferts Park. Brooklyn. Address: 154 Nassau St., N. Y.


Physician; b. Gilbertsville, N. Y., Mar. 12, 1852; s.
Charles aaid Mary J. (White) Sumner; ed. Rochester
public grammar and high schools; grad. Univ. of
Rochester, A.B., 1874, A.M., 1877; N. Y. Homoeopathic
Med. Coll., M.D., 1877; m. Rochester, 1877. Julia L.
Parsons; children: Louise Curtis, Dr. Cyril, Estelle.
Health comm'r City of Rochester. 1S94-1900. Repub-
lican; Prestiy'n. Mem. Monroe Co. Homce. Med. Soc.
(ex-pres.); med. and surg. staff of Rochester Homoe.
Hosp. (ex-pres.); Am. Institute of Homoeopathy, State.
County and Western N. Y. Homce. Med. Socs., Roches-
ter Public Health Ass'n, Rochester Acad, of Science
(ex-pres.); Psi Upsilon fraternity. Phi Beta Kappa
Soc, Rochester Chamber of Commerce. Recreations:
Shooting, fishing. Address: 100 Clinton Av. S, Roch-
ester, N. Y.


Rear admiral, U. S. N. (retired): b. Constantine.
Mich., Dec. 31, 1841; s. Watson (M.D.) and Hester
Ann (Welling) Sumner; ed. schools in Mass. and Ky.,
U. S. Naval Acad., 1858-1861; m. 1st, N. Y. City, Nov.
25, 1S6S, Henrietta Eliza Ruan: 2d, N. Y. City Feb.
20, 18S6, Maudthilde Willis; children: George Albert,
b. Aug. 8, 1S74; John Saxton, b. Sept. 22. 1S76; Florence
Watson, b. Oct. 4, 1869; Alice Blythe, b. Nov. 29,
1872; Georgine Louise, b. Oct. 14. 1881; Maud Claire,
b. Feb. 20, 1883. Midshipman. 1S5S; lieut., 1862: lieut.-
comd'r, 1866; comd'r, 1876; capt., 1891; rear-admiral,
Mar. 3, 1899; comd'r-in-chief of a squadron. 1902-1903.
During 45 years of active service in navy has beer,
stationed North A^ 11 '' . South Atlantic, European,



Pacific and Asiatic Stations; varieties of shore duty
at various home stations. In Civil War participated
in passage of forts below New Orleans; first siege of
Vicksburg, action at Dutch Gap, James River, Va.,
which forced the Confederate Ironclads Fredericks-
burg and Va. to retreat up James River and relinquish
purpose of attacking Grant's transports, base of sup-
plies, City Point, Va.; during Spanish-Am. War, capt.
of yard, Navy Yard, N. Y. : commandant Naval Station,
Port Royal, S. C, 1S99-1901; commandant Navy Yard
and Station, Phila., Pa., 1901-1902; comd'r-in-chief U.
S. naval force, South Atlantic Station. 1902-1903 Re-
tired Dec. 31, 1903. Mem. Mil. Order Foreign Wars,
S. A. R., Naval and Mil. Order Spanish-Am. War, Regu-
lar Army and Navv Union; Asso. Veterans of Farra-
gut's Fleet. Address: The Pines, Patchogue, L. I., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Washington, D C. Sept. 22, 1S7G; s. Rear-
Admiral George W. Sumner, U. S. N.. and Henrietta
(Ruan) Sumner, of St. Croix, Danish West Indies; ed.
in various schs., private and public, in Washington,

D. C, and Brooklyn, N. Y., N. Y. Univ., LL.B.- m.
Patchogue, L. I., Nov. 17, 1904, Eloise Peckham; one
d: Eloise Elizabeth, b. 1905. Connected with banking
and brokerage firm of Henry Clews & Co., of N. y'
1S95-1905; studied law while there and resigned April',
1905, to take up practice of law; specializes in stock
brokerage litigation. Enlisted in the 114th Reg't, N. Y
Vols., at outbreak of Spanish War, Mav, 189S; reg't
disbanded Dec, 1S9S, without active service. Democrat.
Active in Nassau County politics. Presby'n. Mem.
Zeta Psi and Phi Delta Phi fraternities; consul of
Field Chapter Phi Delta Phi (N. Y. Univ.), 1902-1903;
ass't sec. N. Y. Soc. for Suppression of Vice, and
actively engaged in the work of that org'n. Recre-
ation: Motoring. Residence: 30 Porterfield PI., Free-
port, L. I. Address: 27 Cedar St., N. Y. City.


Expert mech. dentist; b. Honeybrook, Pa.; s. B. F. and
Esther (Hartman) Supplee; grad. Honevbrook High
Sch.; m. Feb. 12, 1901, Mary Isabelle Waters; children:
Samuel Harold, b. 1903, Alfred Nixon, b. 1905, Doro-
thy Hartman, b. 1907. Pres.' and treas. Samuel G.
Supplee & Co. Republican; Presby'n. Has been closely
connected in Sunday school work in 14th St. Ch , 10
years, and sup't Boys' Dep't, Brick Ch. Sunday Sch..

E. Orange, since 1909; connected with Boy Scout and
Boys' Brigade in both schools, 4 years. Residence:

1 6 Evergreen Place. E. Orange, N. J. Address: 1
Union Sq., N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. Geneva, N. Y, Sept. 20, 1862; s. Andrew
and Mary (McLean) Sutherland; ed. Wesleyan Univ ,
A.B., 18S5; m. Nunda. N. Y., June 30, 1SSS. Nellie Reed
Admitted to bar, 1887, engaged in gen. law practice.
Elected county judge of Monroe Countv serving 1894-
1905: elected Nov.. 1905, justice of the Supreme Court
of N. Y. for the Seventh Dist. for the term expiring
Dec. 31, 1919. Dir. Union Trust Co. of Rochester. Re-
publican. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc. Clubs: Genesee
Valley, Oak Hill Country. Residence: 406 Lake Av.
Address: Court House, Rochester, N. Y.


Railway official; b. New Glascow, Nova Scotia,
April 21, 1S66; s Joseph and Ann (Fergusson) Suth-
erland; ed. public schs., Yonkers, Cooper Inst., Sch. of
Science and Art, N. Y. City (diploma as architect);
m. N. Y. City, Dec. 10, 1901, Mathilda Karg; children:
Lorna. b. 1903, Robert, b. 1904, Gladys, b. 1906; Leslie,
b. 1908. Formerly instr. in Architecture, High Sch.,
Yonkers, v.-p. and gen. mg'r, Yonkers R. R.; dir.
Yonkers Nat. Bank. Yonkers Trust Co., Sutherland
Construction Co., Hollywood Inn, Yonkers, Yonkers
Daily News. President Board of Aldermen, 1896-189S.
Mem. Common Council, Yonkers, 1893-1S97; mavor
City of Yonkers, 1897-1901; county clerk, Westchester
County, 1901-1908; appt'd receiver Yonkers R. R Co.,
by Supreme Court. 1908-1912. Rep. leader of Yonkers
and chm'n ex. -com. Rep. Countv Com., 1897-1913; mem.
Rep. State Com., Leader 23d Cong. Dist., 1912, 1913;
delegate to all Rep. State and nat. convs. since 1897.
Republican; Dutch Reformed Presby'n. Scottish Rite
Mason, Elks, Woodmen of the World, Roval Arcanum.
Clubs: Transportation. Republican (N. Y.), City
(Yonkers), Robert Burns, Hollywood Inn, Working"-
mens (trustee). Residence: St. Andrews PI. Address:
Foot Main St., Yonkers, N. Y


Lawyer; b. Cherry Valley, Otsego Countv, N. Y., Fe/h.
24, 1865; s. Julius R. and Emeline (Barns) Sutliff
(both deceased); ed. in common school; rn. Sacandaga
Park, Aug. 1892. Alice M. Hudson; one d.: Winifred
Hudson, b March 31. 1897. Studied law with Nelson
H. Anibal, of Gloversville, N. Y., later admitted to

bar. Mem. firm of Banker & Sutliff, att'ys, Clovers-
ville, 1901-1903; with U. S. Gov't stationed at Ellis
Island, N. Y., 1903-1905; detailed to Washington in
office of solicitor of Commerce and Labor, 1904-1905;
mem. law firm Scribner & Sutliff, Gloversville, N. Y.,
1905-1906, and mem. law firm of Sutliff & Titcomb,
Gloversville, N. Y , since 1906. Democrat; mem. Dem.
City Com., mem. Fulton-Hamilton County Com. Nom-
inated for justice of peace, recorder, and dist. att'y,
always defeated (city being strongly Republican);
nominee of Dem. party for second time for dist. att'y
1908; Dem. candidate for recorder, Gloversville, N. Y.,
1913. Mem. of First M. E. Ch., Gloversville, Knight
of Pythias, past chancellor, mem. Gloversville City
Lodge, No. 320. Recreations: Cribbage and other
games of cards. Residence: 85 West St. Address:
Arietta Bld'g", Gloversville, N. Y.


Editor, author; b. Philadelphia, Pa.. May 11, 1861;
s. Morris Crater (D.D.) and Eleanor (Brush) Sutphen;
grad. Princeton Univ., A.B., 1882. Author: The Gol-
ficide, The Golfer's Alphabet, The Cardinal's Rose,
The Golfer's Calendar, The Nineteenth Hole, The
Gates of Chance, The Doomsman. Democrat; Episco-
palian. Vestryman St. Peter's Ch., Morristown, N. J.
Recreations: Golf, music. Clubs: Morris Country
Golf, The Players. Residence: Morristown, N J.
Address: Harper & Bros., Franklin Sq., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. N. Y. City, s. Bernard and Pauline
(Josephthal) Sutro; ed. Coll. Citv of N. Y.; m N. Y.
City, Jan. 8, 1889, Ella Hunt; children: Mav Pauline,
b. Oct. 25, 1S89; Edith Hunt, b. Feb. 21, 1894. V.-p.
and dir. Atlantic Power & Light Corp'n, treas. and
dir. United Electric Light & Water Co.; dir. and mem.
Exec. Com. Albany Southern R. R. Co., dir. County
Trust Co., Central Bank of Westchester Co., Pittsburgh
Terminal Coal & R. R. Co., Glenville Land Co., West-
chester Electric Street R'y Co., J. G White Manage-
ment Corp'n, Tennessee Copper Co. Mem. Chamber of
Com,merce. Clubs: Greenwich Country, Lawyers, Re-
cesp; Residence: 465 West End Av. Address: 44
Pin> St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, author, journalist, orator; b. Aix-la-Cha-
pelle, Prussia, March 14, 1845; s. Emanuel and Rosa
(Warendorff) Sutro; grad Baltimore City Coll., 1863;
Phillips-Exeter Acad., N. H., 1864; Harvard, A.B.,
1871; Columbia Univ. Law Sch., LL.B., 1874; m. Jersey
City, N. J., Oct. 1, 1884, Florence Edith Clinton, mu-
sician, painter, speaker and social leader (died April
27, 1906). While student at Harvard established and
conducted a commission business in Boston Admit-
ted to bar, 1874. and 1887-1S92 conducted large liti-
gations in Nevada, involving interests of Sutro Tun-
nel Co.; reorganized the company into the Comstock
Tunnel Co., by buying the property in on mortgage
foreclosure for the stockholders for $1,000,000 cash,
which he raised from a syndicate of bankers; was its
pres., 1887-1894; now engaged in general practice, but
of late years has made specialty of questions and
litigations relating to taxation. Mem. law firm Sutro
& Wright. Democrat; one of organizers and second
pres. German-Am. Reform Union, which played im-
portant part in anti-Tammany movement 1894, and in
election of Mayor Strong; comm'r of taxes and assess-
ments for City of N. Y., 1895-1S98, under apptm't;
delegate to Nat. Dem. (Sound Money) Conv., In-
dianapolis, 1896, which nominated Palmer and Buck-
ner; appt'd by Mayor Van Wyck, mem. .Com. of Dewey
Reception, 1S99, and by Mayor McClellan, mem. Hud-
son-Fulton Celebration Comm'n. German Lutheran.
Delegate Internat. Congress Lawyers and Jurists, St.
Louis, 1904; Nat. Confs. on Taxation, Columbus, O.,
1907; Toronto, Canada, 190S, and N. Y. State Conf. on
Taxation, Utica, 1910, at all of which confs. read
papers by sp'l request. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.,
Am. Bar As'n (ex. -v.-p. and ex-chm'n Com. on Tax-
ation) ; N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, N. Y. County Lawyers'
Ass'n (ex-mem. Com. on Professional Ethics) ; Internat.
Law Ass'n, Internat. Tax Ass'n, Polit. Science Ass'n,
German-Am. Nat. Alliance (v.-p., life mem. and chm'n
Com. on Legislation); German-Am. Alliance of N. Y.
State (hon. pres.); United German Socs. City of N. Y.
(hon. pres.); Geneal. and Biog. Soc, Ass'n of German
Authors in America; German Language Soc, N. Y.
Turn Verein, Deutsche Gesellschaft, Literary Soc. of
Morrisania and Nat. Fed. of Theatre Clubs. Former
pres. and chm'n B'd Trustees Soc. Med. Jurisprudence;
mem. Phillipp-Exeter Acad. Alumni. Phi Beta Kappa
Alumni. Columbia Univ. Alumni, Columbia Law School
Alumni, etc Has written works and articles on vari-
ous subjects, including taxation, med. jurisprudence,
and other legal topics, art, etc., and many poems in
English and German; is much in demand as a public
speaker, both in German and English languages. Is



an art collector; his collections of the Edward Moran
thirteen historical marine paintings has attracted at-
tention throughout U. S.; exhibited them for over a
year at the Met. Museum of Art, and more recently
at Nat. Museum, Washington, D. C. Pres. and editor
Deutsches Journal; pres. German Publication Soc. Dur-
ing contest for United States Senatorship in Legis-
lature of State of N. Y., the early part of 1911, was
among those most favorably considered for that high
office. Recreations: Music, oratory and literature.
Clubs: Harvard, Arion, Liederkranz and German Press.
Residence: 320 W. 102d St. Address: Woolworth Bld'g.
N. T. City.


Writer, editor; b. South Bethlehem, Pa., June 4, 18S7;
s. George William and Margaret K. (Bates) Sutton;
ed. St. Matthew's Mil. Sch., Betts Acad., Stamford,
Conn.; Mt. Pleasant Mil. Acad., Ossining, N. Y. ; grad.
Centenary Collegiate Inst., Hackettstown, N. J., 1906.
Engaged in journalism and real estate business; lived
in Zanzibar, East Africa, and Mombasa, engaging in
the ivory and clove trade. Contb'r to magazines and
newspapers; has written many stories of Eastern life;
now asso. editor Motor Boat Magazine and Ignition-
Carburetion-Lubrication Magazine. Republican. Mem.
Alpha Phi fraternity. Clubs: Manor (Pelham Manor,
N. Y.), Les Hiboux (New Rochelle, N. Y.), Adventurers'
of N. Y. Residence: Sutton Manor, New Rochelle, N.
Y. Address: 110 W. 40th St., N. Y. City.

puuiiLd.ii. ivxeui. \ji icitus Luuiuy ioui:., j-^. jl .

Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n, Renovaton Lodge No. 97,
F. and A. M., Orleans Chapter No. 175, R. A. M., Albion
Lodge No. 58 I. O. O. F National Geog. Soc, A.A.A.S.
Mem. B'd of Ed'n of Albion Free Sch. Mem. Masonic
lodge and chapter; Odd Fellow. Address: Albion, N. Y.


Professor of Philosophy of Ed'n (Edn'l Sociology)
since 1909; b. San Jose, Calif., Aug. 22, 1875; s. Peter
and Anne Suzzallo; grad. State Normal Sch., San Jose,
Calif., 1895, Leland Stanford, Jr., Univ., Calif., A.B.,
1899, Columbia Univ., A.M., 1902, Ph.D.. 1905; m. 1912,
Edith Moore, of Chicago. Principal Rural Sch., Al-
viso, Calif., 1896-1897, City Sch., Alameda, Calif., 1899-
1901, ass't sup't of schs., San Francisco, Calif., 1902,
1903, 1907; instr. State Normal Sch., San Francisco,
Calif., 1901-1902, lecturer State Normal Sch., San Jose,
Calif., 1905-1907. Fellow, 1903-1904, lecturer, 1904-
1905, Teachers' Coll., Columbia Univ., ass't prof, ed'n
Leland Stanford, Jr., Univ. (Calif.), 1905-1907; adjunct
prof, elementary ed'n, Teachers' Coll., Columbia Univ.
Author: Rise of Local School Supervision in Massa-
chusetts, 1635-1827; Professional Use of the History of
Education, The Teaching of Arithmetic, The Teaching
of Spelling. Editor. Riverside Edn'l Monographs
(Houghton, Mifflin Co.); Departmental Editor: Cyclo-
pedia of Education. Mem. Exec. Com. Nat. Council of
Ed'n, Nat. Ed'n Ass'n from 190S. Address: Teachers'
Coll., Columbia Univ., N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. Mar. 10, 1862; s. Samuel A. and Martha R.
(Travers) Swann; ed. City of N. Y.; grad. Columbia
Coll., M. A., 1886, Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 1886. En-
gaged in practice of law in N. Y. City, 1886-1907.
Mem. Congress from N. Y. City, 1902-03; elected Nov.,
1907. Judge of Court of Gen. Sessions, Citv of N. Y.,
for term expiring Dec. 31, 1921. Residence: 39 W. 11th
St. Address: Criminal Courts Bld'g., 32 Franklin St.,
N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Morristown, N. J.; s. W. H. and Minnie
(Evans) Swartwout; m. N. Y. City, Oct. 6, 1910, Ethel
Rogers. Senior mem. firm Swartwout & Appenzellar,
mems. N. Y. Stock Exchange; pres. and dir. Holding
Corp'n; v.-p. and dir. Norfolk Southern R. R., John L.
Roper Lumber Co.; dir. Liquidation & Realization Val-
ley Farms Co., Am. La France Fire Engine Co., Inc.
Republican. Clubs: Metropolitan, Ardsley, Sleepy Hol-
low, Lawyers'. Residence: 515 Park Av. Address: 44
Pine St., N. Y. City.


Banker: b. Duncannon, Pa Jan. 2, 1872; s. William
R. and Adelaide F. (Steele) Swartz; attended Williams-
port Dickinson Sem., Pa., Dickinson Coll., Carlisle, Pa.,
Ph.B., 1898; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1901, Carrie, d. Hon.
Charles E. Teale; one d.: Roberta Teale, b. 1903. Sec.
Home Trust Co. of N. Y. and Brooklyn; dir. Eagle
Savings & Loan Co. of Brooklyn. Methodist. Mem.
Beta Theta Pi fraternity, Mason, Elk. Recreations:
Golf, tennis. Club: Crescent Athletic. Residence: 100
Greene Av. Address: 44 Court St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Circleville, O.; s. Rev. Joel (D.D.) and
Adelia (Rosecrans) Swartz; grad. Pa. Coll., Gettys-
burg, A.B., 1881. A.M., Ph.D.; m. Frazer, Pa., May 9,

1888, Florence Allen Reed, d. Rev. Villeroy D. Reed,
D.D.; children: Philip Allen, b. Feb. 25. 1889; Charles
Benjamin, b. Sept. 11, 1890; Howard Villeroy, b. Oct.
29, 1892; William Crosby, b. Dec. 23, J.904. Spent five
years as book and job printer before going to coll.
Principal High Sch., Hazelton, Pa., 1881-1882; tutor
Pa. Coll., 1882-1883; missionary to Guntur, India, 1883-
1887; pastor Fifth Presby'n Ch., Trenton, N. J., 1887-

1889, Central Presby'n Ch., Wilmington, Del., 1889-

1890, First Presby'n Ch., Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1896-
1910; now sec. N. Y. Sabbath Com. Traveled in Eu-
rope, Asia, Africa and U. S. and Alaska. Mem. Dutch-
ess N. E. Soc, Phi Gamma Delta, F. and A. M., Hon.
mem. Central Labor Council, Controlling B'd N. V.
State Sabbath Ass'n, lnternat. Missionary Union, Prin-
gle Home (for aged literary men). Published essays
on important religious and social topics, among which
are: Is the Bible Trustworthy? In or Out, The Young
Men and the Churches, The Authority of the Sundav
Sabbath, The Financial Problem, The Gospel for the
Times, The Temperance Question, The Family and Re-
ligion, Economic Consumption and the Social Welfare.
Clubs: Quill. Alpha Sigma, Poughkeepsie Yacht (hon.
mem.). Address: 31 Bible House, N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; b. Waterloo, N. Y., Apr. 3, 1880;
s. Hon. William L. and Mary A. (Cook) Sweet; ed.
"Waterloo High Sch., Syracuse Univ.; attending phys.
City Tuberculosis Hosp.; phys. to Dispensary St.
John's Riverside Hosp.; phys. to Dispensary for Tuber-
culosis. Mem. County and State Med. Socs., Am. Med.
Ass'n, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Address: Belfort Apart-
ment, Post St., cor. Hamilton Av., Yonkers, N. Y.


Merchant; b. Waterloo, N. Y., Oct. 25, 1850; s. Abram
L. and Charlotte L. (Cook) Sweet; ed. Friends Acad.,
Union Springs, N. Y., Cazenovia, (N. Y.) Sem.; m. Mary
A. Cook; children: Helen, Elizabeth, George C, Will-
iam L., Charles A., Charlotte, Richard, James A., Kath-
erine. Merchant miller and maltster in Waterloo,
N. Y., 1872-9S; pres. Empire Coal Mining Co., 1895-
1911; mem. firm of W. L. Sweet & Co., N. Y. City; dir.
Tygart's River Coal Co.; pres. B'a Ed'n, Waterloo,
N. Y., 1884-88; pres. Village of Waterloo, N. Y., 1885;
mem. Assembly, 1S87. State Senator 26th Dist., 1888-
89. Republican; Episcopalian. Clubs: Transportation
(N. Y. City), City (Yonkers, N. Y.). Address: 2 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Bethel, Vt., Jan. 18, 1861; s. Rev.
Josiah (D.D.) and Lucy Miranda (Wheeler) Swett;
grad. Univ. of Vt., A.B., 1888; Gen. Theol. Sem., N. Y.
City, 1891; m. Baltimore, Oct. 18, 1905, Louise Poole
Thompson. Ass't Christ Ch., Detroit, 1893-1898; ass't
Grace Ch., Brooklyn Heights, 1898-1902; private sec.
to Bishop Burgess, 1902-1904; since 1902 precentor Ca-
thedral of the Incarnation, Garden City, L. I.; also
since Sept., 1904, sup't Church Charity Foundation,
Brooklyn, N. Y. Mem. Chapter, Cathedral of the In-
carnation, Garden City, L. I.; treas. House of St. Giles
the Cripple, Brooklyn, N. Y. Episcopalian. Clubs.
Garden City Golf, Hamilton (Brooklyn). Residence:
Garden City, N. Y. Address: Albany and Atlantic Avs.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Physician, b. Milbrook, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1S5S; s. Nathan
G. and Esther (Lane) Swift; ed. Oak Grove Sem., Vas-
salboro, Me., Penn Charter Sch., Philadelphia; grad.
(with honorable mention) Hahnemann Med. Coll.,
Philadelphia (M.D.), 1881; m. Ossining, N. Y., 1885,
Elizabeth Pierce. Practised 19 years (1882-1901) at
Pleasantville, Westchester Co., N. Y. ; removed to N. Y.
City, 1901; appt'd visiting physician Met. Hosp., Black-
wells Island, 1902; prof, physical diagnosis. N. Y.
Homoe. Med. Coll. and Hosp. for Women, 1904; visit-
ing physician Hahnemann Hosp., 1904; chair of prac-
tise, 1905, ass't prof., 1910, N. Y. Homce. Med. Coll.
and Hosp.; visiting physician Flower Hosp., 1910.



Health officer Mt. Pleasant, N. T., 188S-1901; one of
founders Pleasantville Public Library and first pres.
of Library Ass'n. Assisted In incorporating Village
of Pleasantville and candidate for Its first pres., de-
feated by small majority. Independent Republican;
mem. Soc. of Friends (orthodox). Mem. Am. Inst.
Homoeopathy, N. T. State Homce. Med. Soc, N. T. Co.
Homoe. Med. Soc, Acad. Pathological Science, Clinical
Club. Mem. Med. B'd Met. Hosp., Blackwells Island
and Flower Hosp., N. Y. City: mem. West End Ass'n.
Trustee 21st Ward Mission and Trace Sch., N. Y. City;
mem. B'd Mg'rs N. Y. Colored Mission. Club: N. Y.
Medical. Residence: Lake Mohonk. N. Y., and Rye,
N. Y. Address: 170 West 88th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. New Bedford, Mass., July 21, 1878; s.
Frederick and Sarah Rodman (Rotch) Swift; grad.
Harvard Coll., A.B., 1899; Harvard Law Sch., LL.B.
(cum laude), 1902; m. Washington, D. C, Nov. 23,

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