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chester. N. Y.), and Lydia Louisa (Pvm) Bolton; pri-
vate education: learned eng'ring by apprenticeship-
m. 1st. 1878, Kate Alice, d. Caot. James Behenna, R.A.:
2d, Washington, D. C. 1892, Ethelind. d. Leonard
Huyck: children: Ivy May, b. 1879: Guy Reginald b
1883. Technical practical ed'n in London. 1874-1878-
In designing den't Edgemoor Iron Works. 1879: with
E. D. Leavitt. M.E., 1881. Traveled in England Hol-
land, France, Italy, Sicily, Spain and U. "S.. designing
and erecting machinery for mines, shipyards etc.,
until 1904; since 1904 in consulting practise in N.
Y. City; consulting eng'r to Dep't of Water Supplv,
N. Y. City; N. Y. Central and Hudson River R. R.,
The Plant System. R. H. Macv & Co., etc. Episco-
palian. Asso. mem. Inst'n of Civil Eng'rs (England),
Telford Gold Medal, 1891; mem. Am. Soc Civil Eng'rs,
Am. Soc Mech. Eng'rs, past pres. Am. Soc. Heating
and Ventilating Eng'rs, N. Y. Elec Soc. N. Y. Hist.
Soc, City Hist. Club, Muncipal Art League, Am. Folk-
Lore Soc, Trustee, Am. Scenic and Historic Preser-
vation iSoc, iHolyrood P. E. Oh. (N. Y. City), sec.
Washington Heights Taxpayers' Ass'n. Recreations:
Historical research and discoveries in Washington
Heights. Author: Motive Powers (Longmans), 1895;
Elevator Service. 1908: Building for Profit, 1911; An
Expensive Experiment. 1913, and numerous mono-
graphs in transactions of eng'ring societies; also The
Assault of Mt. Washington, 1901; Autobiography of
an Irish Terrier, 1904. Residence: 638 W. 158th S;.
(Audubon Park). Address: 55 Liberty St., N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; b. Dexter, Mich., April 22, 1849; ed. pub-
lic schs. of Mich, and business coll., Utica, N. Y.; in.
1st Nov. 11, 1873, Gertrude Hollenbeck; 2d, Nov. 10,

1904, Clara Estelle Ellis. Chief eng'r of several rail-
roads; eng'r and surveyor State of N. Y. Jan 1, 1899-
May 1, 1904; resigned to accept position as chm'n of
Advisory B'd of Consulting Eng'rs for Barge Canal,
S. X. Y", chapter 147, laws 1903, S. N. Y. As State
eng'r developed system of improvement of highways
under State aid, and made complete survey for en-
larged Erie Canal. Republican. Address: 33 State
St., Albany, N. Y.


Lawyer; D. Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 10, 1873; s. William
H. and Ida (Hopkins) Bond; grad. Syracuse Univ.,
Ph.B., 1S94; Ph.M., 1897; Syracuse Univ. Law Sch..
LL.B., 1897; m. Jan. 29, 1901, Florence Cherry Wood-
ford; children: Margaret Elizabeth, b. 1902; John
Woodford, b. 1903; George Hopkins, b. 1909. Admitted
to bar 1897; since then in general practise of law in
Syracuse, N. Y.; mem. law firm of Bond & Schoeneck.
Dir. in various business corp'ns of Syracuse. Sec.
Republican Gen. Com. of Onondaga Co., 1900-19Oi;
State inheritance tax appraiser for Onondaga Co.,
1903-1906; dist. att'y of Onondaga Co., Jan. 1, 1908-
1914; pres. N. Y. State Asso. of Dist Att'ys, 1912-1913.
Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon and
Phi Beta Kappa fraternities. Clubs: University, Citi-
zens. Residence: 40S Walnut Park, Address: 431
Union Bld'g, Syracuse, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Waltham, Mass., April 6, 187S; s. David
Taylor and Emma Gertrude (Bigelow) Bond; ed.
Pratt Inst. High Sch., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Univ of Mich.,
LL.B.; unmarried. Admitted to 'bar, June, 1901, mem.
Supreme Court of U. S. and many Federal and State
bars. In law office of Judge James B. Dill, 3 years;
now senior mem. law firm Bond & Babson. Dir. in
many corp'ns. Traveled extensively throughout U.
S., Canada, Europe and Asia. Republican: Baptist.
Mem. Order Founders and Patriots of America, Soc.
Colonial Wars, Sons of Revolution, New England Soc.
Met. Museum of Art, Am. Acad. Polit. and Social
Science, X. Y. Law Inst. Recreation: Mountain
climbing (climbed Mts. Ranier, Hood and other peaks
in U. S. and Canada, and Mt. Blanc and other peaks
in Europe; Aug. 1909, established new world's record
in ascent of Mt. Blanc). Clubs: Univ. of Mich. (N.
Y. City), Graduate's (N. Y. City), Paradise Valley (Ta-
coma. Wash.), Swiss Alpine (Geneva, Switzerland),
Am. Alpine (Philadelphia, Pa.), Alpine of Canada
(Vancouver, B. C), Appalachian Mountain (Boston).
Residence: Standish Arms. 169 Columbia Heights,
Brooklyn, N. Y". Address: 32 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; b. near Toronto, Ont., May 7,
1S52; s. James Turnbull and Mary (Kennedy) Bonnar;
the celebrated Presby'n divines, Drs. Horatio Bonnar,
the hymn writer, and Andrew Bonnar, were his
father's cousins; ed. at Coll. of Technology and at
Trinity Med. Coll., Toronto, of which was a fellow,
received two honor certificates and a silver medal,
1878 and silver medal and M.D. degree, and CM. de-
gree' from Trinity Univ., Toronto. 1SS2; silver medal,
Starr gold medal, degree of M.B., and 16 first class
honor certificates from Toronto Univ.; m. June 25,
1S85, Caroline Estelle Harris, d. Hon. Marvin Harris
of Kendall N. Y.; children: Benjamin Harris, b. 1888;
M. Clarine, b. 1S90; H. Otis, b. 1893; Sybil Lyell, b.
1897. While practising near Toronto, 1S7S-1880, was
surgeon to Credit Valley Railway; moved to Buffalo,
N. Y where has pursued gen. med. and surg. practise.
Lectured on surgery and chemistry in Coll. of Physi-
cians and Surgeons, which at one time existed in Buf-
falo. Active in promoting Erie Barge Canal project,
the preservation of natural beauty of Niagara Falls,
and opposed scheme of removing Forts Porter and
Niagara, and the merging of both in a new mil. en-
campment at Sturgeon Point on the South Shore of
Lake Erie. Visited City of Mexico, 1896; explored
Alaska, 1900, and lectured on this tour. Republican;
Presbv'n. Trustee Central Presby'n Ch.. Buffalo; mem.
Presb'-'n Union. Mem. Erie Co. Med. Soc, X. Y. State
Med Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n, Buffalo Hist. Soc, Coll.
Phvs and Surgs. of Ontario, Buffalo Acad. Medicine,
Wrote Normal Principles of Medicine (Am. Educator),
May, 1904; presented paper, Medical Ethics Within
and Without the Medical Profession, at Buffalo Acad.
Medioine 1906; represented Central Council of Buffalo
Business Men at State Commerce Conv.. Utica. Oct.,
and read a paper on Erie Canal Enlargement
ir: James Turnbull, or Pioneer Life in Canada.
Address: 144 Jewett Av., Buffalo, N. Y.

Clergyman; b. Greenfield, Ohio., April 2. 1842; s.

Henry" Johnson and Martha (Findley) Bonner; grad.

igum Coll., A-B., 1S60 (A.M.), Lenox Coll., D.D.,

cudent United Presby'n Theol. Sems. of Xenia



and Allegheny, each two years; grad. from latter,
1865; ra. N. Salem, Guernsey Co., O., April 4, L865,
Mary Elizabeth Smith; eight children. licensed by
Muskingum Presbytery U. P. Ch. April 20. 1804; or-
dained 'by Des Moines Presbytery, June' 16, 1S65.
Pastor, Knoxville and Monroe, Iowa, ISO.vimio; Knox-
ville alone, 1866-1870; Caledonia. N. v.. 1871-1884;
passed into the Presby'n Ch. Pastor, Goodwill Ch.,
Orange Co., N. Y., 1884-1891; Florida, Orange Co., 1891-
1903; Marathon, N. .Y., Oct.. 1903 to Nov., 190S; Endi-
COtt, N. Y., from Nov. 1, 1008. Stated clerk Presbytery
of Hudson, 1SSS-1903. Elected Co. sup't of schools.
Marion Co., Iowa, and served part of the term. Repub-
lican (independent). Dir. U. P. Theol. Sem., Mon-
mouth, HI, 1867-1870; pres. B'd Ed'n, Florida, N. Y..
about four years from its org'n. Life dir. Am. Bible
Soc. Moderator of Judicial Comm'n of N. Y. Synod,
1899-1909, chm'n Com. to defend Synod in General As-
sembly, 1900-1910. Frequent contb'r to religious press;
special fortnightly contb'r to the United Presbyterian.
18S0-1SS4. Author: (pamphlets): The Constitutional
Right of the Biible to a Place in Our Puiblic Schools,
1875; The Ecclesiastical Position and Work of Woman,
1S7S; Instrumental Music in the Worship of God
Divinely Authorized, 1SS1; Christianity and the Indus-
trial Problem reprint from the Brbliothical Sacra,
July, 1912; books: Saving the World, 1902, and The
Psalmody Question,, 190S. Address: Endieott, N. Y.


Consul gen.: b. Fairmont, Minn., May 20, 1872; s.
Henry H. and Marcella (Lowth) Bonnev; ed. Fair-
mont High Sch., Hamline Univ. (St. Paul), Ph.B.. 1893;
Leipzig Univ., Saxony, Germany, 1895; m. Minneapolis.
Minn., 1894, Vena Dunlap. Read law two rears; corr.
for bank in Minneapolis, 1890-1895; employed by
packing house in Chicago, 1897-1898; engaged in real
estate business, Chicago, 3 years; ass't in U. S. Eng'rs
Office, War Dep't, 1899-1910; appt'd consul at San
Luis Potosi, June 24, 1910. Address: Am. Consulate.
San Luis Potosi, Mexico.


Journalist; b. Baltimore, Md., Mar. 20, 1S65; s.
Stephen and Frances (Leigh) Bonsai; ed. at St. Paul's
Sch., Concord, N. H., and at Gottingen and Heidel-
berg, Germany; m. Mar. 17, 1900, Henrietta Fairfax
Morris. Sp'l corr. N. Y. Herald in war between Servia
and Bulgaria, 18S5; served as sec. of legation and
charge d'affaires of U. S. legations to Peking, Madrid,
Tokio and Korea, 1891-1896; sp'l corr. N. Y. Herald
in Chino-Japanese War, 1895; Cuban Insurrection.
1897; Spanish-Am. War, 1S98; in China during the
Boxer uprising; later in Venezuela, the Balkans, Mo-
rocco, and in Russia during the Revolution, 1905, etc.
Author: Morocco As It Is, 1S92; The Real Situation
of Cuba. 1S97: The Fight for Santiago. 1899; The
Golden Horse Shoe, 1900; The American Mediterranean,
1912. Clubs: Century, Knickerbocker (N. Y. City),
Metropolitan (Washington, D. C). Residence: "White-
fields." Bedford. Westchester Co., N. Y. Address: 7
W. 43d St., N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; b. Washington, D. C. Dec. 1,
1S64: s. Reed Brockway and Susan (Northrup)
Bontecou; ed. Williams Coll., Mass.; Harvard Coll.,
Coll. Phys. and Surgs., Columbia Univ., N. Y. City; m.
East Marion, L. I., N. Y., 1S90, Lula Mav Vail; chil-
dren: Susan May, b. 1891; Louise Cluett, b. 1892;
Marion Alice, b. 1896: Eleanore Grace, b. 1S9S; Reed
Vail. b. 1903. Attending physician and operating sur-
geon to Marshall Sanitarium for 10 years; attending
surgeon Watervliet Arsenal, now retired, ex-pension
examiner. 10 years' service, formerly deputy health
officer City of Troy: attending physician Episcopal
Ch. Home. Served several years in Co. A, 2d Reg't,
N.G.N. Y. Democrat; Episcopalian. Ex-pres. Rens-
selaer Co. Med. Soc; mem. Med. Soc. State of N. Y..
Med. Soc. Troy and vicinity; Am. Med. Ass'n, Lake
George Ass'n. Mem. B. P. O. Elks, 141, Troy. Recre-
ations: Motor boating, swimming. Club: Elks. Ad-
dress: 2348 loth St., Troy, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., April 26, 1S76: s. Al-
bert and Louise S. (Latham) Bonynge; grad. Poly.
Inst, of Brooklyn (valedictorian), B.S.. 1895; E.E..
1896: Columbia Law Sch.; m. Brooklyn. N. Y., Oct.
23, 1901; Anne C. Robinson; children: Albert, b. 1903;
Paul, Jr., b. 1906; Malcolm, 'b. 1907. Admitted to bar
1S98, and in practise in N. Y. City since 1S9S. Mem.
firm Bonynge & Bonynge, att'ys. Mem. Phi Kappa Psi
fraternity. Clubs: Crescent Athletic (pres. 1911-1013).
Glenwood Countrv (pres.). Residence: Brooklyn, N.
Y. Address: 26 Exchange PI., N. Y. City.

Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Sept. 8, 1863; s. Robert and
Susan (Burchell) Bonynge; ed. public schs., Coll. City

of N. Y., A.B., 18S2; A.M.. Ins.".; Columbia Coll. Law
Sch., LL.B.. 1885; m. X Y. City, .Ian. 20, issr,, Mary
Alida Riblet. Practised law in N. Y. city, 1.SN5-1888;
Denver, Colo., 1888-1912. now mem. law lirm Bonynge
& Bonynge (composed Rcbert W. and Paul Bonynge),
N. Y. City. Mem. Colo. Legislature, 1893-1894; Colo.
B'd of Pardons, 1896-1S97; House of Representatives
in 5Sth, 59th and 60th Congresses from First Cong.
Dlst. Col. Mem. Nat. Monetary Comm'n, 1908-1911.
Delivered addresses throughout U. K. in behalf or
Monetary reform under auspices Nat. Citizens' League
of Chicago, 1912. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.. Colo. Bar Ass'n, Am. Bar
Assn. Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity; Mason, 32;
also a Shriner. Clubs: Republican, Lawyers, Press
(N. Y.), Denver (Denver. Colo.). Residence: Hotel
Bretton Hall. Address: 26 Exchange Pl N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 23, 1S70; s. David
A. and Abbie (Treat) Boody; ed. Poly.. Inst., Brook-
lyn; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., April 25, 1893, Maud Gurney;
one d.: Constance. Clerk in People's Trust Co., 1889-
1891; ass't sec, 1891-1903, sec, 1903-1907, pres. since
1907. Dir. Merchants' National Bank of N. Y., S.
Brooklyn Savings Inst'n, U. S. Title Guaranty Co., N.
Y. Consolidated R. R. Co., N. Y. Municipal Railway Co.,
Am. Surety Co., Harriman Nat. Bank. Democrat.
Clubs: Hamilton, Garden City Golf. Address: 200
Hicks St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Pres. Woman's Christian Temperance Union, State
of N. Y.; b. Van Wert, O., July 26, 1858; d. Isaac N.
and Rebecca (Alban) Alexander; attended high sch.
of Van Wert, Univ. of Wooster, Ohio, A.B , A.M., Ph.D.;
m. Van Wert, O.. July 3, 1883, Rev. William H. Boole
(died 1896); one d.: Florence Alexander. Officially
connected with Woman's Christian Temperance Un-
ion since 1885, pres., 1898-1903; sec Woman's B'd of
Home Missions, Presby'n Ch., U. S. America, 1903-1909;
pres. Woman's Christian Temperance Union, State
of N. Y., since 1909. Presby'n. Mem. D. A. R., House-
wives League, Missionary Socs , Suffrage Soc. Club:
Woman's Press. Residence: 1429 Av. H, Brooklyn.
Address: 156 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Pres. Volunteers of America; b. Brighouse, York-
shire, Eng. ; s. Rev. William and Catherine (Mum-
ford) Booth; ed. Bristol Prep. Sch., Taunton Collegi-
ate Coll., and Nottingham Sem., England; m. London,
England, Sept. 15, 1887, Maud Charlesworth; children:
Charles, b. 1889; Theodora, b. 1893. Com'd Salvation
Army in Australia, 1885-1887; in U. S., 1887-1896:
founded, 1896, The Volunteers of America, Inc., a re-
ligious philanthropic org'n, of which has since been
pres. Has traveled extensively almost around the
world, holding various commands in connection with
religious org'ns, and has covered nearly 50,000 miles
in connection with evangelistic work. Writer and
speaker. Address: 34 W. 28th St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. N. Y. City, Dec, 1826; s. Peter and
Phebe (Cooper) Booth: ed. N. Y. City schs.; m. Roch-
ester, N. Y., 1S57. Eliza Woodbury; three children.
Formerly civil and mech. eng'r, many years. Pres.
Monroe County Savings Bank since 1891; dir. Fidel-
ity Trust Co. Republican. Clubs: Genesee Valley,
Rochester Whist. Residence: 105 Lake Av. Address:
33 State St., Rochester, N. Y.


Chemist; b. Chester, Pa., 1878; s. George M. and
Ellen (Miller) Booth; grad. Swarthmore Coll., B.S.,
1899; m. Riverton, N. J., April 24, 1902, Alice Lippin-
cott; children: George Martin, Jr., b. 1904; Robert
Lippincott, b. 1907; Helen Lipplncott, to. 1908. Chem-
ist, engaged specially in water softening and purifi-
cation as pres. and dir. of L. M. Booth Co. Repub-
lican. Mem. Delta Upsilon fraternity. Address: IS6
Liberty St., N. Y. City.


Born Limpsfield. Surrey, Eng.; d. Rev. Samuel
Charlesworth; ed. Bellstead, Suffolk and in Switzer-
land; m. London, England. Sept. 15, 1887, Balllngton
Booth (second son of Gen. Booth); children: Charles.
Theodora. Entered Salvation Army at 17 as officer,
serving in PaTis, and in Geneva and other parts of
Switzerland, In which country, with companions, was
subject to bitter police persecution, and was expelled
from Geneva, although the -work was later success-
fully established there; later in Salvation Army work
in Great Britain, and afterward in Sweden, where had
sp'l series of meetings for students of Upsala Univ.,
attended by 1,800 of the 2,000 students, with most
successful results. With husband, commanded Sal-



vation Army, 1887-1896, raising it from persecuted
unknown movement to one of success and recogni-
tion; the contention arising that they were American-
izing that inst'n; started, with husband. The Volun-
teers of America, 1896, and has ever since been con-
nected with it. Started sp'l work for prisoners of
U. S., which is now established in many prisons, from
N. Y. to Han Francisco. Author: Sleepy Time Stories;
Lights of Childland; Did the Pardon Come Too Late?;
The Curse of Septic Soul Treatment; After Prison
What? and other books. Address: 34 W. 2Sth St.,
N. Y. City.


Consulting chemist and eng'r; b. Paris, N. Y., Sept.
4, 1870; s. William Moss and Irena Cornelia (Miller;
Booth; ud. Hamilton Coll., Harvard Univ., S.B. in
chemistry, 'magna cum laude, 1S93; m. Cleveland, O.,
December 29, 1890, Marian Booth Foster. Science
instr. Bulkeley Sch., New London, Conn., 1893-1894;
Berkeley Sch., Boston, 1894-1896; ass't in chemistry,
Pratt Inst., Brooklyn, 1897-1898; in charge of depart-
ment, Normal School, Cortland, N. Y., 1898-1903; in
practice as consulting' chemist and eng'r since 1902;
has made a specialty of the industrial uses of water
and factory wastes. Republican; Presby'n. Pres.
Central N. Y. Section, Am. Chem. Soc; treas. Am. Inst.
Chem. Eng'rs. Recreations: Short trips about the
country; went abroad, summer of 1895. Clubs: Tech-
nology, Harvard (Syracuse). Address: 712 Dillaye
Bld'g, Syracuse, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Chicago, 111., 1871; s. Henry Lee and
Theresa (MacConneloug) Borden; grad. Yale Univ.,
1893; Northwestern Univ., Law Sch., 1895; m. St. Louis,
Mo., Feb. 14, 1898, Lucille Papin. Engaged in prac-
tice of law until 1903; associated with United Lead
Co., and Am. Smelting & Refining Co., until 1907. Re-
publican; Catholic. Created Private Chamberlain of
Cape and Sword of His Holiness Pope Pius X, 1909,
Dir. Travellers' Aid Soc; mg'r Catholic Protectory.
Clubs: Yale, Union League, Sleepy Hollow. Address:
35 E. 51st St., N. Y. City.


Educator and surgeon; b. Watertown, N. Y., May 19,
1858; s Daniel L. and Mary Louisa (Cline) Borden;
ed. Adams (N. Y.) Collegiate Inst.; Med. Dep't, Colum-
bian Univ., Washington, D. C; M.D., 1883; m. Oct. 26,
1883, Jennie E. Adams; children: Daniel L., William
Ayres. Appt'd 1st lieut., ass't surgeon, U. S. A., 1883;
capt., 1885; maj. and brigade surg. U. S. Vols., 1898;
maj. and surg. U. S. A., 1899. During Spanish-Amer-
ican WaT, com'd Army Gen. Hosp., Key West, Fla.;
com'd Army Gen. Hosp., Washington, D. C, 1898-1907.
Commanding Gen. Hosp., Manila, P. I., 1907. Prof,
mil. surgery, Army Med. Sch.; prof. surg. pathology,
Georgetown Univ Sch. of Medicine; consulting surg.
Gov't Hosp. for Insane, Washington, D. C, 1898-1907.
Retired from active service as Lt.-col., U. S. A.; appt'd
dean and prof, of surgery, Dep't of Medicine, George
Washington Univ.; suTgeon-in-chief, The University
Hosp., Washington, D. C, 1909. Fellow Am. Coll. of
Surgeons. Mem. Ass'n Mil. Surgeons of U. S., Am.
Med. Ass'n, Med. Soc. of D. C. ; honorary mem. Med.
and Surg. Soc, D. C, Southern Surg, and Gynecol.
Soc; mem. N. Y. Soc, S. A. R., Columbia Historical
Soc, D. C. Author: Use of the Roentgen Ray by the
Med. Dep't of the U. S. in the War with Spain, 1898
(published by joint resolution of Congress, 1900);
Chapter on Military Surgery, AmeTican Text Book
of Surgery and Keens Surgery (Vol. V.), 1913; Prize
Essay on Militarv Surgery, Ass'n of Mil. Surgeons of
U. S., 1900, and many other papers and monographs.
Clubs: Cosmos, University (Washington), Crescent
Yacht (Chaumont, N. Y.). Summer home: "Latonka,"
Chaumont, N. Y. Address: 1801 California St., N. W.,
Washington. D. C.


Banker, financier; b. N. Y. City, June 21, 1874; s.
Simon (railroad official) and Cecelia (Lichtenstadter)
Borg; ed. Sach's Collegiate Inst., by private tutors,
and Sheffield Scientific Sch., Ph.B., 1895 (class his-
torian); m. N. Y. City, Nov. 24, 1898, Madeline Beer;
children: Margery, Dorothy. Admitted to firm Simon
Borg & Co., bankers, N. Y. City; now senior partner.
Active in reorg'n many railroads and companies, in-
cluding Chicago Great Western R. R. Co., Detroit
Southern R. R. Co., Cincinnati, Findlay & Ft. Wayne
R. R. Co., Houston Oil Co., Kirby Lumber Co. Mem.
Dep't of Health. Mem. Am. Acad. Polit. and Social
Science, Met. Museum of Art, Museum Natural His-
tory, Civic Forum. Mem. Advisory B'd Madison Av.
Depository and Exchange for Women's Work, Ad-
visory B'd Soc Sanitary and Moral Prophylaxis; trus-
tee United Heibrew Charities; mem. Mt. Sinai Hosp.

Edn'l Alliance, Monteflore Home, Legal Aid Soc.
Clubs: Automobile of America, Nat. Arts, Reform,
Century, Golf, Deal Golf, Economic. Residence (sum-
mer): Irvington-on-Hudson; (winter): 32 W. 72d St.
Address: 20 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Sculptor, painter; b. in Idaho, March 25, 1867; s.
Dr. James de la Mothe Borglum and Ida (Michelson)
Liorglum; ed. in public schools of Fremont and Omaha,
, and St. Mary's Coll., Kan.; studied art in San
Francisco; went to Paris in 1890, working and study-
ing in Acadfiraie Julien and Ecole des Beaux Arts.
Exhibited as painter and sculptor in Paris Salon; in
Spain, 1892; in Calif., 1893-1894; returned east and
went to London, in 1896, remaining there and in Paris
until 1901. Has been in N. Y. City since 1902. Ex-
hibited In London and Paris, 1896-1901; held success-
ful "one man" exhibit in London; received gold medal
for sculpture at La. Purchase Exp'n. Is sculptor for
work on Cathedral of St. John the Divine, N. Y. City;
was selected to execute the Sheridan monument at
Washington, D C. Independent in politics; Catholic.
Mem. Royal Soc. British Artists, Societe Nationale
des Beaux Arts, Architectural League; Scottish Rite
Mason. Clubs: Players, Camp Fire, Fencers', City (N.
Y. City), Balsam Lake Club, Metropolitan (Washing-
ton, D. C). Address: 166 E. 38th St., N. Y. City.


Sculptor; ib. Ogden, Utah, Dec. 22, 1868; s. J. de la
M. and Ida (Michelson) Borglum; attended Creigh-
ton Coll., Omaha, Neb., Cincinnati Art Sch., Academie
Julien, Paris; honorable mention at Paris Salon;
silver medal Paris Exp'n. 1900; gold medal St. Louis
Exp't; m. Paris, France, Dec. 10, 1898, Emma Vignal;
children: Paul Arnold, b. 1901; Monica Solon, b. 1903.
Four years of study in Europe; erected statue of Gen.
J. B. Gordon in Atlanta, Ga.; Capt. O'Neill, at Prescott,
Ariz.; modeled Backus Memorial, Packer Inst., Brook-
lyn, N. Y.; erected statue of Gov. Jacob Leisler, New
Rochelle, N. Y. ; modeled five colossal busts of gen-
erals for National Park, Vicksburg. Mem. Nat. Acad, of
Design, Nat. Sculpture Soc. (ex-v.-p.); Union Inter-
nationale des Beaux Arts et des Lettres, Paris; Silver-
mine Group of Artists. Recreation: Farming. Resi-
dence: Rocky Bench, Silvermine, Conn. Address: 367
Lexington Av., N. Y. City.


Architect; b. Carlinville, 111., Sept. 9, 1859; s. John
Melvin and Mary Adeline (Bailey) Boring; ed. Univ.
of 111., 1881-1883: Columbia Univ., N. Y. City, 1886-
1887; Ecole des Beaux ATts, Paris, France, 1887-1890;
m. St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 23, 1895, Florence Kimball;
children: Ruth, b. 1896; Louise, b. 1898 (died Oct. 16,
1907); Benson, b. June 16, 1909. Has designed public
buildings principally; among others, U. S. Immigrant
Station, Ellis Island. Has traveled in Mexico, Cuba,
England, France, Switzerland, Holland, Belgium, Italy,
Spain, Ireland. Mem. firm of Boring & Tilton, archi-
tects; ex-pres. Architectural League of N. Y. Knight
Paris Exp'n, 1900; silver medal. La. Purchase Exp'n;
bronze medal Pan-Am. Exp'n, Buffalo. Mem. and v.-
p. Am. Inst. Architects (and N. Y. Chapter), ex-pres.
Soc Beaux Arts Architects, Soc Columbia Univ. Archi-
tects; ex-pres. Architectural League of N. Y. Knight
Templar; trustee, treas. and incorporator Am. Acad,
in Rome; asso. Nat. Acad, of Design; trustee Nat.
Acad. Ass'n. Recreation: Painting landscape. Has
often been office holder in the professional societies
and clubs. Clubs: Centurv Ass'n, Columbia University
(N. Y. City); Cosmos (Washington, D. C). Address
32 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Physician (oculist); b. Burg, Germany, July 31,
1853; ed. in Gymnasium in Burg, Berlin Univ., Phys.
and Surg., M.D., 1877; m. St. Louis, Mo., 1901, Josephine
Houghtaling (died March, 1909). Prof, emeritus
ophthalmology, N. Y. Polyclinic School and Hospital.
Mem. N Y. County Med. Soc, N. Y. State Med. Soc,
Acad, of Medicine, Med. Soc Greater N. Y., German
Med. Soc. Club: Liederkranz. Address: 246 Lexing-
ton Av., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. in Hungary, 1846; s. Sam. and Julianna
(Gellman) Borsody; ed. in Budapest; grad. Univ. 01

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