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lyn. Address: 105 Park PI., N. Y. City.


Real estate; b. N. Y. City, 1855; s. James A. and Jane
(Creedon) Treacy; grad. Coll. City of N. Y.; m. 1890; two
children. Entered real estate business as clerk, 1874;
started own business, 1879. Mem. Real Estate B'd N. Y.
(a founder). Recreations: Golf, music, literature, art,
drama. Mem. Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. Address:
1931 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Real estate and ins. broker; b. N. Y. City, July 28,
1846; s. Patrick and Hanora (Ryan) Treacy; grad.
Fordham Univ., A.B., 1869; m. N. Y. City, Feb. 20,
1878, Annie W. O'Neill; children: James A. (died
March 8, 1908), Richard S., Jr., John H., Annie W.,
Edgar V., Mary V. Senior mem. firm R. S. Treacy &
Son. Chm'n Chelsea Dist., Charity Org'n Soc, mem.
18th Dist. Local Sch. B'd; school trustee, 20 years.
Independent; Roman Catholic. Mem. Fordham Univ.
Alumni Ass'n, Friendly Sons of St. Patrick; St Vin-
cent de Paul Soc, Xavier Alumni Sodality. Resi-
dence: 307 W. 102d St. Address: 662 8th Av., N. Y.


Educator; b. Redding, Conn., Dec. 23, 1866; s. Aaron
and Lois (Mead) Treadwell; grad. Wesleyan Univ.,
Middletown, Conn., B.S., 1888; M.S. (Ibid) 1890; Univ.
of Chicago, Ph.D 1899; m. Redding, Conn., June 14,
1892 Sarah M. Hill; children: Lois, b. 1893, Alvin, b.
1896,' Arthur, b. 1899, Mead, b. 1903. Ass't in Natural
History, Wesleyan Univ., 1888-1891; prof, biology
and geology, Miami Univ., 1891-1900; prof, biology,
Vassar Coll. since 1900. Fellow Univ. of Chicago,
1897-1898; on staff of Instr'n Marine Biol. Labora-
tory, 1S9S-1906, and 1913; Instructor, Cold Spring Har-
bor, 1907. At Carnegie Laboratory, Dry Tortugas,
Fla. 1909, 1910, 1913; Honorary curator of annulates,
Am. Museum of Natural History since 1909. Metho-
dist. Mem. Am. Soc. Zoologists, Am. Soc. of Natural-
ists (sec. 1912); fellow A.A.A.S. Residence: (sum-
mer): Redding, Conn. Address: Vassar Coll., Pough-
keepsie, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, April, 1851; s. Francis
Charles and Mary (Oakes) Treadwell; ed. Phillips

Exeter Acad.; grad. Harvard Coll., A.B.; Columbia
Univ., DL.B. ; unmarried. Admitted to bar in N. Y.
1874; practised law in State Court, Fetferal Courts
of N. Y., Conn., and N. J.; U. S. Supreme Court; as-
sociated with Boardman & Boardman, 1874-1877; as-
sociated with Hoadley, Lantebach & Johnson, 1896-
1913; engaged in many Important litigations con-
cerning corp'ns. Traveled extensively in Europe and
U. S. Republican. Protestant Episcopalian. Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Recreations: Camp-life, fly-
fishing. Club: Harvard. Address: 79 Wall St., N. Y.


Former mil. sec; b. Albany, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1872;
s. Major George Hooker and Elizabeth (Schnebley)
Treadwell; g.-g.s. John Treadwell, the last of the
Puritan govs, of Conn.; grad. Harts Sch., Farming-
ton, Conn., 1887; Sedgwick Inst., Great Barrington,
Mass., 1890; Yale Univ., Sheffield Scientific Sch., Ph.B.,
1893; married. Sec and dir. George C. Treadwell Fur
Co., 1887-1894, Geo. C. Treadwell Co., 1890-1894; sec,
treas. and dir. Economic Power and Construction Co.,
1896-1906, Citizens' Economic Power Co., 1905-1906;
pres. Plymouth Seam Face Granite Co., of Boston,
since 1913. Two trips to England and Continent,
1899-1901. Private 3d Signal Corps, N.G.N.Y., 1893-
1897; col. mil. sec. State of N. Y., on Gov. Black's
staff during Spanish-Am. War, 1897-1899; col. mil. sec.
and a.d.c to Gov. Roosevelt, 1890-1901; apyt'd Jan. 1,
1907, mil. sec. to Gov. Hughes, with original rank; re-
appt'd bv Gov. Hughes Jan. 1, 1909. Mil. sec to Gov.
White, Oct. 6, 1910. Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Art
Students' League, Albany, N. Y., Albany Inst., Yale
Alumni Ass'n of Eastern N. Y. (former sec. and
treas.), Veteran Ass'n 3d Signal Corps, N.G.N.Y, Mil.
Service Inst'n of U. S. Hist, and Art Soc, class agent,
Yale Alumni Fund Ass'n, Sons of Revolution; Soc.
Colonial Wars, Mil. Order Loyal Legion; Order
Founders and Patriots, Lewis O. Morris Post, 121, G.
A. R. Recreations: Polo, riding, rowing, instru-
mental music, singing. Clubs: Yale (N. Y. City), Uni-
versity (Albany). Address: Albany, N. Y.


Publisher, bookseller, importer; t>. Glastonbury,
Hartford Co., Conn., April 10, 1838; s. Edwin Stratton
and Nancy (Buck) Treat; ed. Glastonbury High Sch.,
Conn.; Manchester Acad., Conn.; Wilbraham Acad.,
Mass.; m. 1st, Glastonbury, Conn., Nov. 25, 1863, Rhoda
Goslee; children: Everett Sumner, b. 1865 (died 1884);
Wm. Howard, b. 1868 (died 1901); Beulah Browning,
b. 1870 (died 1875); Edwin Cuyler, b. 1873; Payson
Jackson, b. Nov. 14, 1878; Flora Draper, b. Aug. 19,
1883; Mary Sumner, b. March 23, 1885; m. 2d, Nov. 12,
1901, Flora, d. of James Doty of Arlington, Mass.,
Western mg*r Chicago, for S. S. Scranton & Co., pub-
lishers, Hartford, 1862-1865; partnership with Charles
Scribner & Co., publishers, N. Y., 1865-1871; pres. and
dir. E. B. Treat & Co., publishers, since 1871. Demo-
crat (Jeffersonian) ; Methodist. Mem. A. A. A. S., N. E.
Soc. of City of N. Y., Sons of Revolution, State of N. Y.;
Soc. of Colonial Wars, State of N. Y. ; Lloyd Aspinwall
Post G. A. R.; Asso. Soc. (v.-p.), N. Y. Hist. Soc. (life
mem.); Am. Scenic and Historic Preservation Soc, B'd
of Mg'rs, Y. M. C. A., N. Y. City; B'd of Mg'rs, N. Y.
City Ch. Extension and Missionary Soc; trustee and
pres. B'd of Stewards, Washington Heights M. E. Ch.
Address: 942 St. Nicholas Av., N. Y. City.


Real estate; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., April 29, 1865; s.
John James and Ella (Conroy) Tredwell; ed. Poly. Inst,
of Brooklyn, N. Y.; m. Brooklyn, June 13, 1893, Grace
Crosley; children: John Crosley, b. 1896; Thomas
Alanson, b. 1901. Sec. Thos. H. Crosley Co. Trustee
Union Dime Savings Inst.; pres. Real Estate B'd of
New York; dir. Allied Real Estate Interests. Recrea-
tion: Outdoor sports. Clubs: Crescent Athletic (Brook-
lyn), Manasquan River Yacht (Brielle, N. J.). Resi-
dence: 336 Madison St., Brooklyn. Address: 41 Park
Row, N. Y. City.


Promoter and inventor; b. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 30,
1S68; s. Harrison J. and Marion A. (Wentworth) Treen;
ed. in schools of San Francisco, Calif.; unmarried.
Mech. eng'r for Union Pacific and other western rail-'
roads; spent three years in the Philippines, the year
1898-1899 being in U. S. secret service; spent two
years in Europe (France in particular) developing
and investigating the art of motors and motor trac-
tion automobiles, etc. Pres. and gen. mg'r Manhattan
High Sch., grad. Cornell Univ., B.L., 1889; m. Ithaca,
Safety Device & Appliance Co., Manhattan High Power
Motor Car Co. of N. Y.. High Power Marine Co. of N. Y.,
Knickerbocker Commercial Vehicle Co. of N. Y., Tou-
raine Motor Carriage Co. of N. Y., Treen Engineering



Co. Independent Republican. Mem. Sac. of Mech. and
Automobile Eng'rs of America. Assisted in compiling
work on campaigning in the Philippines (Hicks, Judd
Publishing Co., San Francisco). Address: 490 River-
side Drive, N. Y. City.


Merchant, banker; b. Ithaca, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1868; s.
Elias and Elizabeth (Lovejoy) Treman; ed. Ithaca
High Sch., grad Cornell Univ., B.L., 1889; m. Ithaca,
N Y. Dec. 5, 1900, Mary A. Bott; children: Arthur
Bott, b. 1901; Elizabeth Lovejoy, b. 1904; Charles Ed-
ward Jr., b. 1908. With Treman, King & Co., since
1889. V.-p. treas. and dir. Ithaca Trust Co.; treas. and
dir. Treman, King & Co.; dir. Tompkins Co. Nat. Bank,
local business corp'ns. Mem. State Dem. Exec. Com.,
N. Y., 1910-1912; State Sup't Public Works, N. Y.,
1911; mem. State Highway Comm'n of N. Y., 1911;
chm'n N. Y. State Comm'n on Barge Canal operation,
1912; mem. N. Y. State Advisory Highway Comm'n,
1913. Democrat; Presby'n. Mem. Kappa Alpha fra-
ternity. Trustee Cornell Univ. since 1902. Recrea-
tions: Golf, motoring. Clubs: Town and Gown, Coun-
try, Port Orange (Albany), Cornell (N. Y. City),
Canadian Camp. Address: Ithaca, N. Y.


Banker, merchant; b. Ithaca, N. Y., March 31, 1858;
s Elias and Elizabeth (Lovejoy) Treman; ed. Ithaca
Acad.; grad. Cornell Univ., B.M.E., 187S; m. Detroit,
Mich., June 24, 1885, Laura Hosie; children: Robert
Elias, b. April 21, 1888; Allan Hosie, b. Aug. 10, 1899.
Pres. Tompkins Co. Nat. Bank, Treman, King & Co.,
Inc. (jobbers of hardware) ; dir. Ithaca Savings Bank.
Ithaca Trust Co., Ithaca Security Co., Cayuga Lake
Cement Co. Pres. N. Y. State Ass'n of Hardware, job-
bers, 1910-1911-1912-1913; N. Y. State Bankers' Ass'n,
1913-1914; v.-p. N. Y. State Bankers' Ass'n, 1912-1913.
Trustee Cornell Univ., Old Ladies' Home, Ithaca. In-
dependent Democrat; Presby'n. Mem. Chi Phi (college)
fraternity. Recreations: Golf, motoring. Clubs: Town
and Gown (Ithaca), Ithaca Country, Cornell University
(N. Y. City). Address: Ithaca, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Charleston, S. C, Sept. 5, 1868; s. Frank
Holmes and Mary E. (Burroughs) Trenholm; g.-s.
George A. Trenholm, Sec. of Treasury under Pres.
Davis; ed. .Charleston High Sch., Univ. of South, Tenn.,
Georgetown Univ. Sch. of Law, LL.B., 1892; LL.M.,
1893; m. N. Y. City, Oct. 21, 1913, Jane Miller Boyden.
Began practice of law, Washington, D. C, 1894; active-
ly engaged in practice, N. Y. City, since 1897. Treas.
and dir. The Volodrome Co., Deer Island Lumber Co.,
Inc. Author of many law articles and essays in St.
Louis Law Journal. Actively engaged in politics since
1897. Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. N. Y. Southern
Soc Tenn. Soc. in N. Y., South Carolina Soc. in N. Y.,
asso. mem. Confederate Veteran Camp of N. Y., George-
town Univ. Alumni, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y.
State Bar Ass'n, N. Y. County Bar Ass'n, Am. Bar
Ass'n. Club: Columbia Yacht. Residence: Hotel Bret-
ton Hall. Address: 141 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Richmond, Va., Nov. 10, 1862; s. Peter-
field (M.D.) and Lucy Carter (Burwell) Trent; grad.
Univ. of Va., M.A., 1884; Wake Forest Coll., LL.D., 1899;
Univ. of South, D.C.L., 1905; m. East Orange, N. J.,
Dec. 8, 1896, Alice Lyman; children: Lucia, b. 1897;
W. P., Jr., b. 1902. Prof. English and history, Univ.
of South, Sewanee, Tenn., 1888-1900; dean of Academic
Dep't, Univ. of South, 1894-1900; editor The Sewanee
Review, 1892-1900; prof. English literature, Columbia
University, since 1900. Author numerous books, in-
cluding American Literature (1903), and of many
articles and introductions. Clubs: Century, Authors,
Hobby. Address: 139 West 78th St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. St. Ives, Eng., May 21, 1S77; s. An-
thony and Dorcas Quick (Johns) Trevorrow; ed. Napa
Coll. Acad., Napa, Calif., Univ. of Pacific, San Jose,
Calif.; Drew Theol. Sera., D:D., 1913; Madison, N. J.,
A.B., A.M., B.D., D.D.; m. Trinity Ch., Newburgh, N. Y.,
Oct. 25. 1905, Ida Editha Carpenter. Traveled in U. S.
and Europe, 1904. Teacher and pres. Drew Seminary
for Young Women, Carmel, N. Y. Pastor Central
Methodist Episcopal Ch., Stockton, Calif.; Clay St. Ch.,
Stockton, Calif.; Elmhurst Ch., Elmhurst, N. Y.; asso.
pastor St. Paul's Ch., N. Y. City; Drew Ch., Carmel,
N. Y.; Modena Ch., Modena, N. Y.; Central Valley Ch.,
Central Valley, N. Y.; Woodlawn Heights M. E. Ch.,
N. Y. City; pres. Drew Seminary for Young Women.
Independent Republican. Recreations: Golf and fish-
ing. Club: Wykagyl Country. Address: Carmel, N. Y.


Civil and hydraulic eng'r; b. Northampton, Mass.,
May 26, 1865; s. Louis and Harriet Jeannette (Kings-
ley) Tribus; ed. private sens.; grad. N. Y. Univ., B.S.,
C.E., 1885, M. S. (scientific orator); m. Jeffersonville,
Ind., Oct. 4, 1899, Letitia Hall McCampbell; children:
Luclen Hall, b. July 21, 1901; Theron Kingsley, b. Sept.
1905 (deceased). With Samuel R. Bullock & Co., con-
struction water works systems, 1885-1887; instr. and
acting prof. Sch. of Civil Eng'ring, N. Y. Univ., 1887-
1890; with Charles B. Brush, consulting eng'r, design-
ing and constructing water works, 1887-1893; private
consulting practise, civil and hydraulic eng'ring, 1894-
1902; senior mem. firm Tribus & Massa, consulting
eng'rs, since 1902; comm'r of pu'blic works and con-
sulting eng'r Borough of Richmond, since 1902; mem.
N. Y. Bay Pollution Comm'n (N. Y. State), 1903-1906.
Professionally connected with many municipalities,
corp'ns and private firms, in practise covering much
of U. S. and British Columbia. Traveled extensively
in U. S., Europe, the Orient, West Indies, Mexico and
Canada. Trustee Samuel R. Smith Infirmary. Dir.
and v.-p. Staten Island Chamber of Commerce; dir.
Tompkinsville Savings and Loan Ass'n, Barnaby Fur-
niture Co.; ruling elder 1st Presby'n Ch. Republican.
Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs, Am. Water Works Ass'n,
New England Water Works Ass'n, N. Y. City Munici-
pal Eng'rs, Nat. Geog. Soc, Staten Island Acad, of
Sciences, Grenfell Ass'n, Presby'n Union (pres.), Psl
Upsilon fraternity, N. Y. Phi Beta Kappa Ass'n. Ad-
dress: 86 Warren St., N. Y. City.


Sculptor; b. Peoria, 111., Dec. 29, 1865; s. Otto and
Elisa (Schaerer) Triebel; ed. public schs., Peoria, 111.,
grad. Royal Acad. Fine Arts, Florence, Italy; m. Flor-
ence, Italy, Santina Grossi; children: Dante, b. 1891;
Beatrice, b. 1893; Romolo, b. 1896; Amerigo, b. 1901.
Sec. Internat. Jury Fine Arts, Chicago, 1893; Columbi-
an Exp'n. Elected prof, sculpture, Royal Acad., San
Luca, Rome, Italy, 1899. Academician of Merit Royal
Acad., San Luca, Rome, since 1905. Sculptor: Edwin
B. Sheldon Monument, Delhi, N. Y.; Peoria Soldiers'
Monument; Iowa State Monument; Shiloh, Miss., State
Monument; Nat. Military Park, Vicksburg, Miss.; Gen.
George L. Shoup statue. National Capitol, Washing-
ton, D. IC. ; Robert G. Ingersoll statue, Peoria, 111.; Gen.
John A. Logan, Peoria, 111., Lydia Bradley, Peoria;
Marble Group, Mrs. J. B. Greenhut. N. Y. ; Bronze
Statuette Mysterious Music, Toklo, Japan; Otto Pas-
tor Monument, St. Petersburg, Russia; Ellen Clizbe
Don Meyer Shrine, Peoria, 111.; also numerous busts
and medallions. Catholic. Mem. Associazione Artisti-
ca Internazionale di Roma, Nat. Sculptor Soc, N. Y.,
L'insigne Reale Accademia Romana di San Luca,
Rome, Italy. Clubs: Catholic. Elks. Address: Villa
Peoria, Northern Boul., College Point, N. Y.


Merchant; b. July 15. 1S62; s. Martin and Mary
(Mayer) Triller. Pres. and dir. Wood & Seliok Edible
Oils Co.; v.-p. and dir. Read Machinery Co., Drake
Bros. Co., and treas. Nucoa Butter Co. Recreations:
Travelling, music. Clubs: Union League, Merchants,
Nat. Arts. Residence: 44 W. 44th St. Address: 36
Hudson St., N. Y. City.


Author; b. Mt. Morris, Ogle County, 111., Sept. 9,
1866; grad. Knox Coll., Galesburg, 111., A.B., 1891, later
A.M.; graduate work at Johns Hopkins Univ. Began
at manual labor in the field and woods at 16, after-
ward took college course; was cashier in bank, later
teacher, lecturer and author. Dir. Am. Humane Ed'n
Soc, Mass. Soc. for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Author: What All the World's A-Seeking; In Tune
with the Infinite; In the Fire of the Heart; The Great-
est Thing Ever Known; Every Living Creature; Char-
acter Building: Thought Power; This Mystical Life
of Ours. Address: Croton Landing, N. Y.


Civil eng'r; b. N. Y. City, July 10. 1S56; 3d son of
Jonathan Thompson and Esther Melvina (Williams)
Trotter; grad.. N. Y. Univ., B.S., C.E., 1875; m. Brook-
line, Mass., June 24, 1905, Gertrude Evelyn Kilpatrick,
eldest d. late Gavin Gay Watson. Consulting eng'r
various steam and electric R. R., coal and iron com-
panies. Pres. Bank Building Co., Harlem, N. Y. City.
Progressive. Protestant. Fellow . N. Y. Acad, of
Sciences; elected 1904, lion. mem. Phi Beta Kappa fra-
ternity; Veteran 7th Reg't. Recreations: Fine arts,
music. Address: 217 W. 125th St., N. Y. City.


Educator; lb. N. Y. City; d. William H. Munn and
Mary (Warner) Welles; grad. Woman's Law Class,



N. Y. Univ.; m. John Fowler Trow (deceased); chil-
dren: John Fowler, George Swift. Teacher and lec-
turer on Parliamentary Law, Public Speaking, The
Art of Debate, Civics. Current Events, also on Origin
and Development of Opera and Drama. Mem. Gamut,
N. Y. State Women. D.A.R., League of Am. Pen
Women, Am. Criterion Soc. Pres. Post Parliament.
Author: The Parliamentarian, a manual of Parlia-
mentary Law, Extemporaneous Speaking, The Art of
Debate. Address: The Dearborn, 350 W. 55th St., N. Y.


Architect; ,b. Detroit, Mich., Sept. 3. 1SGS; s. Luther
S. and Julia (Buel) Trowbridge; grad. Cornell Univ.,
B.S. In Architecture, 1S90, Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris,
1S95; m. Great Neck, L. I., Aug. 17, 1S96, Gertrude M.
Sherman; children: Sherman, Alice, Buel, Stephen.
Senior mem. Arm Trowbridge & Ackerman; dir. and
dean Coll. of Architecture, Cornell Univ., 1897-1902.
Studied architecture in Europe, 4 years; practising
now in N. Y. City. Progressive; Protestant. Mem.
Am. Inst, of Architects, Soc. Beaux Arts Architects,
Architectural League of N. Y., Kappa Alpha Soc, Di-
gressionists. Recreations: Golf, tennis, fishing, shoot-
ing. Clubs: Century Ass'n, Cornell Univ., Flushing
Country, Dutch Treat. Residence: Flushing, L. I.,
N. Y. Address: 62 W. 45th St., N. Y. City.


Physicist and author; b. Astoria, L. I., N. Y., April
26, 1870; s. Gen. William P. and Lucy (Parkman)
Trowbridge; ed. Hopkins Grammar School, New Ha-
ven, Conn., Trinity Coll., Hartford, Conn., B.S., 1892,
M.S., 1903, hon. Sc.D., 1908. Ass't Professor of Physics
in Columbia Univ.; fellow A.A.A.S. and N. Y. Acad,
of Sciences; member of Am. Physical Soc, the Astro-
nomical and Astrophysical Soc. of America. Author of
numerous monographs on experimental physics and
meteorology, and has also written on animal mechan-
ics and ornithology. Address: 434 Riverside Drive,
N. Y. City.


Banker; b. New Haven, Conn., Nov. 20, 1877; s. E.
Hayes and Catherine A. (Quincy) Trowbridge; grad.
Yale, B.A., 1899; m. London, Eng., July 1, 1901, Ger-
trude H. Trowbridge; children: Barbara Harrison, b.
1904; Nathalie Harrison, b. 1907; Edmund Harrison,
b. 1910; John Harrison, .'o. 1913. Mem. firm of Trow-
bridge & Co., N. Y. Stock Co., N. Y. Chamber of Com-
merce. Republican. Mem. N. E. Soc, Sons of Colonial
Wars, Pilgrims Soc. Recreations: Yachting, automo-
biling. Clubs: University, N. Y. Yacht, Yale, St. An-
drew's Golf. Address: 128 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Architect; b. N. Y. City, May 20, 1862; s. Gen. Will-
iam P. and Lucy (Parkman) Trowbridge; ed. Hopkins
Grammar Sen., New Haven, Conn., Trinity Coll., Hart-
ford, Conn., A.B., 1883, A.M., 1891, Sch. of Architecture
of Columbia Univ., Ph.B., 1886, Trinity Coll., Sc.D.,
1910. Went to Athens, Greece, to superintend for
Archaeol. Inst, of America, the erection of new build-
ing of American Sch. of classical studies there; also
pursuing graduate studies in that inst'n; later stu-
dent at Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris; m. N. Y. City.
1896, Sophia Pennington Tailor. Was four years in
office of George B. Post, architect, in N. Y. City; then
embarked in individual practise; now mem. firm of
Trowbridge & Livingston. First lieut. Co. E, 12th
Reg't, N.G.N.Y. ; pres. Soc of Am. Philhellenes; fel-
low Am. Inst. Architects; an incorporator of the Am.
Acad, in Rome. Alliance. Francaise, Soc Colonial Wars,
Sons of Revolution, Delta Psi fraternity. Chevalier
of Legion of Honor, France, 1910. Clubs: Union.
Racquet and Tennis, Centurv, St. Anthony. Ardsley.
Residence: 123 E. 70th St. Address: 527 Fifth Av..
N. Y. City.


Born Greenwich, Conn., Feb. 7, 1847; s. Daniel Henry
and Cordelia. (Mead) Truman; ed. public and private
sens, and Poly. Inst., Brooklyn, N. Y.; m. N. Y. City,
Nov. 18, 1874, Julie M. Judson; children: Eulalia (Mrs.
Perry H. Bradshaw, b. 1878; Gertrude (Mrs. Noel Tap-
pan Wellman), b. 1882. Mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange,
1869-1907; mem N. Y. Produce Exchange, mem. firm
Benedict, Flower & Co., 1872-1875; senior partner
Henry H. Truman & Co., N. Y. City. 1903, 1907. Mayor
of Orange, N. J.. 1890-1892. Republican; Episcopalian.
Mem. Mayflower Soc, Soc. of Colonial Wars, N. J.,
New England Soc. of Orange, N. J.; Soc. of Am. Wars,
Soc of Descendants of Colonial Governors, Soc. of
War of 1812; Soc. of order of Founders and Patriots,
S. A. R., life mem. Y. M. C. A. Residence: Highland
& Lincoln Avs., Orange, N. J.


Lawyer; b. Owego, N. Y Aug'. 24, 1874; s. Gilbert
and Alice (Steele) Truman; grad. Cornell Univ., class
of 1S96, Ph.B., 1896, LL.B., 1898; m. Owego, Ruth Nina
Rich; children: Dorothy, Alice. Mem. firm of Clark &
Truman, lawyers; dir. Owego Nat. Bank. Address:
Owego, N. Y.


Banker; b. Owego, N. Y., July 10, 1844; s. George and
Eunice Ann (Goodrich) Truman; m. Owego, June 10,
1869, Katherine A. Stedman; children: Frank S., b.
Aug. 23, 1870, William C, b. Aug. 10, 1874, Adaline D.,
b. Feb. 6, 1876, Sarah S., b. May 12, 1883. Pres. First
Nat. Bank of Owego, and of Owego Light and Power
Co. Address: Owego, N. Y.


Capitalist; b. Arcadia, Mo., Nov. 7, 1858; s. Walter
B. and Virginia (Thomas) Trumbull; on maternal side
descendant Gov. William Randolph, of Va. ; ed. public
schs. ; m. 1st, June S, 188.1, Cora Hale (died Dec 27,
1SS9); 2nd, April 8, 1891, Mary A. Sisson of 111.
Worked as clerk in post office at Pleasant Hill, Mo.;
entered r'y service Oct., 1874, as clerk in comptroller's
office of Mo., Kans. and Texas R'y; connected with Mo.
Pacific R. R., St. Louis, 1881-1885; Jan. 1, 1886-July X,
1888, Auditor of the Texas & Pacific Railway; identi-
fied with Colo, wholesale interests, 5 years, also en-
gaged 'by N. Y. and London bankers to report upon
r'y and other properties in the west; receiver and gen.
mg'r Union Pacific, Denver & Gulf R'y, and later Den-
ver, Leadville & Gunnison R'y; elected pres. 1899, of
Colo. & Southern R'y Co., late of Ft. Worth & Denver
City R'y Co.; elected pres. Colo. Midland R'y Co., 1900,
Colo. Springs & Cripple Creek Dist. R'y Co.. 1905. Chm'n
B'd Dirs. Chesapeake & Ohio R'y Co.. since 1909, also
of Hocking Valley R'y Co., Mo., Kans. & Texas R'y
Co.; mem. B'd Dirs. Minneapolis & St. Louis R'y Co.,
Kanawha & Mich. R'y Co., Union Pacific R. R. Co.,
Nat. City Bank; trustee Union Trust Co. Mem. Mo.
Soc, N. E. Soc, Soc. Colonial Wars, mem. B'd Dirs.
Tuskegee Normal & Industrial Inst.; active in affairs
of N. Y. Com. of Civic League for Immigrants, of
which is chm'n. Clubs: Metropolitan, Recess, City
Midday, Economic, Automobile of America. Address:
71 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Artist; b. Hartford, Conn.; s. Anson and Delia (Rob-
erts) Tryon; ed. Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris; m. Alice
Belden. Prof, art, Smith Coll. Mem. Nat. Acad. De-
sign, Am. Water Color Soc. Soc. Am. Artists. Ad-
dress: 1 W. 64th St., N. Y. City.


Architect; b. Hartford, Conn.; s. James S. and Eliza
(Horsford) Tryon; ed. Mass. Inst, of Technology. In
partnership with A. W. Brunner until 1899, building
many city structures, later alone, building many of-
fice buildings, country homes. 'Dir. and architect Agr'l
Experts' Ass'n; dir. Long Island Guild. Trustee The
Boys' Club of Tompkins Square. Mem. Am. Inst, of
Architects, N. Y. Chapter of Am. Inst, of Architects,
Architectural League; dir. and sec. N. Y. Center of Am.
Music Soc. Recreations: All outdoor sports, music.
Clubs: Century- N. Y. Athletic. Address: 37 E. 28th
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Lisbon, N. Y Apr. 5, 1868; s. Andrew and
Maria (Lynch) Tuck; ed. public schs., Ogdensb-urg
Free Acad., 18S5-1S89; Cornell Univ., B.L., 1893; Cor-
nell Univ. Law Coll., LL.B., 1895; m. Cleveland, O., Jan.
23, 1904, Anna M Flanagan; children: Mary Jane, b.
1906 (deceased); John Bennett, Jr., b. Jan. 4, 1908;
Andrew Edward, b. Feb. 18, 1910. Engaged in gen.
practice of law since graduation. Dir. Estate of Den-
nis McCarthy, Inc. Served as capt. Co. A. 203d N. Y.
Vol. Inf. in war with Spain; now maj. 2d Battalion, 3d
Inf., N.G.N.Y. Republican: Roman Catholic. Mem.
Delta Upsilon fraternity. Mil. Order Foreign Wars.
Knights of Columbus. Recreations: Rifle shootinc.
fishing. Clubs: Citizens. University, Cornell. Resi-
dence: 126 Concord PI. Address: 505 Dillage Memorial

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