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lyn, N. Y., May IS, 1893, Irene Brown; children: James
Brown, b. 1895, Kathryn Josephine, b. 1899. Repre-
sentative of Parke, Davis & Co.; instr. of pharmacy
and mathematics, Brooklyn Coll. of Pharmacy; mem.
N. Y. State B'd of Pharmacy, Dep't of Toxicology and
Posology. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem. N. Y.
State Pharm. Ass'n, N. J. State Pharm. Ass'n, Kings
Co. Pharm. Soc, Am. Pharm. Ass'n, N. Y. Coll. of
Pharmacy. Mem. Alumni Ass'n Ilion High Sch.,
Alumni Ass'n N. Y. Coll. of Pharmacy, Alumni Ass'n
Brooklyn Coll. of Pharmacy. Mem. Royal Arcanum,
Dewitt Clinton and Acanthus Masonic lodges. Club:
Union League of Brooklyn (sec). Address: 1457
Union St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Civil engineer; b. Burlington, Conn., 1865; s. Theron
and Jennie E. (Beach) Tuttle; grad. N, Y. Univ., C.E.,
and B.S., 1885; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1892, Helen Al-
dridge Smith; children: Marguerite M., b. 1895; Lau-
rence C, b. 1900; Walter A., b. 1900. Rodman and
ass't eng'r, Brooklyn Water Works, 1SS5-1901; chief
eng'r Hydraulic Investigations for Bishop Estate of
Honolulu, 1901-1902; principal ass't eng'r B'd Estimate
and Apportionment of N. Y. City, 1902-1907; eng'r in
charge div. of Public Improvements, 1907-1912; since
1912 Deputy Chief Eng'r; also consulting eng'r vari-
ous water works projects, and Nat. Meter Co. of N.
Y. Episcopalian. Mem. Am. So-c Civil Eng'rs, New
England Water Works Ass'n, Am. Water Works
Ass'n, Municipal Eng'rs of the City of N. Y. (ex-
pres.); Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Alumni Ass'n of Gamma
chapter, Delta Phi (pres.). Clubs: Engineers, Muni-
cipal (ex-pres.). Engineers (Brooklyn). Residence:
559 Fifth St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Address: 277 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Sales agent; b. East Otto, Cattaraugus Co., N. Y.,
Dec 13 1855- s. Samuel Ayres and Elizabeth A.
I Armstrong) Tuttle; ed. Dunkirk (N. Y.) High Sch.
and Acad.; m. Little Valley, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1878, Abbie
J Whitcomb; children: Rollin W., b. 1SS3; Raymond

5 b 1S87. Mem. of firm S. A. Tuttle & Sons, Little
Valley, N. Y., 1874-1885, and Dell L. Tuttle & Bro.
Exchange Office, 18S1-1885. In latter year entered
the r'y service; 1885-1889, connected with Buffalo,
Rochester & Pittsburgh R'y as private sec. chief
clerk to gen. sup't and traveling car ag't; 1890-1891,
sup't transportation Cincinnati, Saginaw & Mackinaw
K R at Saginaw, Mich. Since 1892 with Philadelphia

6 Reading Coal & Iron Co., at Buffalo; since 1898
sales ag't Buffalo Dist., embracing States of Ohio.
Michigan and Indiana, northern Kentucky, New \ork
west of Buffalo and western Pa. Corp'n clerk of Lit-
tle Valley, N. Y., 1877-1884; pres. 1884-1885. Dir. Cen-
tral Dock and Terminal R'y Co., Am. S. S. Co., Yale
Transit Co., Northern Lakes, Rochester and Pennsyl-
vania S. S. Cos., University Printing Co., Erie Savings
& Loan Ass'n Diamond Saw & Stamping Works; pres.
and dir. Gowanda Sand & Gravel Co., v.-p. Citizens'
Nat. Bank of Springville, and Seneca Fire Ins. Co.,
Buffalo. Republican. Was lay delegate to Gen. Conf.
of M E. Ch., Los Angeles, Calif., 1904, and Minne-
apolis, Minn., 1912. Delegate from State of N. Y. to
Nat Rivers and Harbors Congress, Washington, D. C,
1911-1912, by appt'mt of Gov., mem. Exec. Com. N. 'i .
State Waterways Ass'n. Delivered address on Coal
Men's Day, at St. Louis World's Fair, 1904; mem. Re-
ception Com. Commodore Perry flagship "Niagara"
Perry's Victory Centennial, 1913. Former pres. of
Genesee Conf. Epworth League; former treas. and
trustee Silver Lake Assembly; trustees "Methodist



House," Chautauqua Assembly, Chautauqua, N. T.,
and Buffalo Methodist Union; mem. Gen. Exec. Com.
Laymen's Missionary Movement, M. E. Church, and
Nat. Mn'g B'd Methodist Brotherhood. Former chm'n
Union Terminal Dep't, R. R. T. M. C. A. Buffalo.
Mem. of Cattaraugus, Chautauqua and Allegany Co.
Ass'ns of Buffalo; F. and A. M.; Royal Arcanum. Re-
creations: Literarv work and research, boating and
fishing. Clubs: Ellicott, Transportation, Equality,
Richmond. Central Railway, Greater Buffalo (v.-p.).
Residence: 356 Norwood Av. Address: 914-920 Pru-
dential Bld'g, Buffalo, N .Y.


Physician and surgeon; b. Ware. Mass., Dec. 9, 1S62;
s. William Gardner and Harriet E. (Wallace) Tuttle;
ed. Phillips Acad., Andover, Mass., Amherst Coll., A.B.,
1SS5, A.M., 18SS; N. T. Homce. Med. Coll. and Hosp.,
M.D., 1889; m. Pawtucket, R. I., May 31, 1893, Adelaide
U. Bates; children: Kathleen Harriet, b. Aug. 26, 1894;
Edward Gerry Tuttle, Jr., b. June 6, 1898. Studied in
Germany, 1SS9, and again in summer of 1903. Repub-
lican; Congregationalism Prof, gynecology N. T.
Homce. Med. Coll. and Flower Hosp., mem. Faculty
N. T. Homce. Med. Coll., and Flower Hosp.; mem. Acad.
Pathological Science, Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
Clubs: N. T. Athletic, N. Y. Medical, Chiron, Meissen.
Summer residence: Camp Cheemaum, Point au Baril,
Ontario. Address: 61 West 51st St., N. Y. City.


Writer; d. Pierre and Lucy (Henry) Guertin; m.
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1897, Frank Day Tuttle (Yale, 1887);
children: Frank Day, Jr., Winslow Guertin. Writer
of short stories for various magazines; one. With
Madness in His Method, took a prize in McClure's;
another, The French Doll's D : owry, won a prize in The
Black Cat Competition; another of her stories, Made-
moiselle, was made into a one-act play, and played in
the West; author of one-act play, "No Questions
Asked," produced at B. F. Keith's theatres in N. Y.
Address: 55 Remsen St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Merchant; .b. Brooklyn, 1864; s. Ezra B. and Frances
(Day) Tuttle; grad. Yale Coll., A.B., 1887; m. Brooklyn,
N. Y., 1897, Florence Guertin; children: Frank Day, Jr.,
b. 1902; Winslow Guertin, b. 1904. Senior partner S.
Tuttle's Son & Co.; dir. Brooklyn Coal Exchange, Nas-
sau Electric R. R. Co., Franklin Trust Co., Brooklyn
Savings Bank, Franklin Safe Deposit Co. Mem. Fusion
Com. of 1907. Republican; Methodist Episcopalian.
Mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, Sons of Revolu-
tion, Soc. Colonial Wars. Trustee Brooklyn Y. M. C. A.,
Brooklyn Children's Aid Soc, Brooklyn Eye and Ear
Hosp. Recreations: Tennis, golf. Clubs: University
(N. Y.), Hamilton, Crescent Athletic, Heights Casino
(Brooklyn). Residence: 55 Remsen St. Address: 40
Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y.


Osteopathic physician; b. Decatur, 111., July 2, 1881;
s. Charles W. and Frances J. (Kepley) Tuttle; ed. in
public schools of Chicago; later studied sp'l subjects
under professors of the Univ. of Chicago, 1896-1S98;
studied under private tutors N. Y. City, 1899-1901; Am.
Sch. of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo., D.O. (Doctor of
Osteopathy), June, 1904; post-grad. Am. Sch. of Osteo-
pathy in surgery and gynecology, July, Oct., 1904; m.
Fefo. 6, 1907, Marie Evelyn Moreau. Editor Osteopathic
Truths, a monthly published by Osteopathic Truths
Publishing Co., N. Y. City, 1905-1907. Has written
considerably on Osteopathic theory and practice. Has
travelled extensively both at home and abroad. Uni-
tarian. Mem. Am. Osteopathic Ass'n, N. Y. Osteopathic
Soc, etc.; Mason; licensed and registered in Missouri
and N. Y. States; one of three organizers, charter mem.
and first pres. Alpha Chapter, Iota Tau Sigma fra-
ternity. Recreations: Music and athletics. Address:
381 5th Av., N. Y. City.


'Merchant; b. Brooklyn, Dec. 8, 1862; s. Ezra B. and
Frances (Day) Tuttle; ed. Brooklyn Poly. Inst.; m.
1st, Brooklyn, Nov. 4, 1891, Florence Searles; 2d, St.
Louis, Mo., May IS, 1899, Ella Wyman; one son: Win-
throp Searles Tuttle, b. June 24, 1893. Engaged in coal
business with firm of S. Tuttle's Son & Co., 1883, and
entered firm in 1884; in 1893 withdrew to become
treas. and sec. of Baltimore, Chesapeake & Atlantic
R'y Co., and upon the control of that road being
bought by Pa. R. R. Co., in 1903, re-entered firm of
S. Tuttle's Son & Co. Dir. Hyatt Roller Bearing Co.,
Terminal Warehouse Co., Edison United Phonograph
Co.; Baltimore, Chesapeake & Atlantic R'y Co. Repub-
lican. First lieut. Troop C, N. G. N. Y., 1896-1899; first
lieut. Troop C, N. Y. Vols., 1898, serving in Porto Rico

Expd'n. Spanish-Am. War; q.-m. and commissary for
N. Y. Cav. Squadron, and camp q.-m. 2d Army Corps
Headquarters, Camp Alger, Va. Mem. Sons of Revolu-
tion, Mil. Order Foreign Wars; hon. mem. Squadron A,
Troop C, Veteran Ass'n; mg'r Brooklyn Ch. Soc. Clubs:
Riding and Driving, Barnard. Residence: 34 Grace
Court. Address: 598 Kent Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Retired; b. Calais, Me., Sept. 26, 1844; s. Harrison
and Huldah Ann (Pond) Tweed; ed. Bristol Acad.,
Taunton, Mass.; grad. Harvard Univ., A.B., 1S65; A.M.,
1868; m. Windsor, Vt., Oct. 27, 1881, Helen Minerva
Evarts; children: Helen, Harrison, Katharine Win-
throp, Mary Winthrop. Admitted to Bar in N. Y.,
1868, when entered office of Evarts, Southmayd &
Choate, of which became mem. in 1874; on Jan. 1, 1883,
became gen. counsel Central Pacific R. R. Co., Chesa-
peake & Ohio R'y Co., and other enterprises of Collis
P. Huntington; elected Sept. 6, 1900, chm'n B'd of Dirs.
Southern Pacific Co., and on Jan. 1, 1903, entered bank-
ing firm of Speyer & Co., remaining until Jan. 1, 1907
Dir. Toledo, St. Louis & Western R. R. Co.; trustee
Union Trust Co. of N. Y., Bank for Savings, N. Y. City.
Republican. Mem. N. Y. Law Inst.. Ass'n Bar City of
N. Y., N. Y. Chamber of Commerce. Clubs: Century,
Down Town, Harvard, Metropolitan, Midday, Riding,
University (N. Y. City), Eastern Yacht, Somerset,
Tavern (Boston). Residence: 12 East 36th St. Ad-
dress: Mills Building, N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Weybridge, Vt., Nov. 26, 1865; s. Ira J.
and Sarah E. (Samson) Twitchell; ed. dist. sch. of
Weybridge, Vt., and Beeman Acad., New Haven, Vt.;
m. Lisle, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1893, Marv Adelaide Edwards;
children: Pierrepont Edwards, 1894; Hanford Mead, b
1898; Herbert Kenaston, Jr., b. 1903. With Travellers'
Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn., 1884-1886; Charter Oak Nat
Bank, Hartford, 1886-1887; Hartford Nat. Bank 1887-
1889; Chase Nat. Bank, N. Y., 1889-1907; ass't cashier
Chemical Nat. Bank, N. Y. City, 1907-1911; v.-p. since
1911, v.-p. and dir. since 1912; pres. and dir. Am
Round Bale Press Co., N. Y.; dir. Bank of Suffolk Co
Stony Brook, N. Y. and Trion Mf'g Co., Trion, Ga. In-
dependent Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Am. Inst of
Banking, N. E. Soc. of Brooklyn; pres. and mem Vt.
Soc. of N. Y. ; trustee Adelphi Coll., Brooklyn; dir
Brooklyn Bureau of Charities; mem. Com. of Mg'mt
Central Branch Y. M. C. A. Club: Hamilton. Resi-
dence: 153 S. Oxford St., Brooklyn. Address: 270
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Albany, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1862; s. Alexander
S. and Abigail (Bancroft) Twombly; grad. Yale Coll
1884; Harvard Law Sch., 1SS6; m. Boston, Mass. Sept
12, 1889, Frances, d. Thomas Doane, chief eng'r of
Hoosac Tunnel & Northern Pacific R. R.; one son-
Edward B b. Feb. 25, 1891. Senior mem. firm of
Putney, Twombly & Putney; dir. Internat. Salt Co..
Retsof Mining Co., Internat. Salt Co. of N. Y Valvo-
line Oil Co., and Mason-Seaman Transportation Co
Progressive; Presby'n. Mem. N. Y. Law Inst. Clubs-
Republican, Quill, Canoe Brook Country Highland
Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Artist; b. Oneida, N. Y., 1S55; s. Henry H. and Eliza-
beth (Stevens) Tyler; e d. Whitestown Sem. 1875-1876;
Syracuse Univ.; grad. Nat. Acad, of Design, N Y,
1882, with medals 1879, 1882; pupil Art Students-
League, N. Y., under William M. Chase; pupil Theo.
Kaufmann; m. 1883, Charlotte E. Wiltsie. Was ex-
hibitor at Nat. Acad., Soc. Am. Artists, Pa. Acad., Paris
Exp'n, Exb'n of Am. Paintings Corcoran Gallery,
Washington, D. C, 1910; International Exb'n, Pitts-
burgh, Pa., 1912. Received hon. mention Soc Wash-
ington, D. C., Artists, 1913. Represented in many pri-
vate and several public collections. Life mem. The
Lotos Club. Residence: 18 Amackassin Terrace, Yon-
kers, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Plainfield, N. J., Nov. 15, 1875; s. Col.
Mason W. and Eliza M. (Schroeder) Tyler; grad. Am-
herst Coll, A.B., 1898; Law Sch. of Columbia Univ.,
LL.B., 1901 (one of founders of legal publication, The
- Columbia Law Review, 1901); m. Pittsfield, Mass., Dec.
29, 1908, Susan Tilden Whittlesey. Admitted to N. Y.
Bar, 1901; since May, 1903, has been a mem. law firm
Tyler & Tvler. Traveled in Europe, 1894; in Japan,
1900; in Alaska, 1901; West Indies and Central Amer-
ica, 1909; Egypt and Mediterranean, 1912, and fre-
quently on Pacific Coast. Dir. Plainfield Trust Co. of
Plainfield, N. J.; sec, treas. and dir. Jaffray Realty
Co.; sec. and dir. West Canada Land and Development
Co.; pres. and dir. Liberty Realty Co., Seattle, Wash.;



dlr. Rossendale Reddaway Belting & Hose Co., New-
ark, N. J. Mem. B'd of Trustees of Plainfield (N. J.)
Public Library; mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Mil.
Order Loyal Legion, Psi Upsilon, Phi Beta Kappa
Alumni, Amherst Alumni, Columbia Law 9ch. Alumni,
N. E. Soc., Soo. Mayflower Descendants, Phi Delta Phi
Soc. Clubs: Railroad (N. Y.), Country (Plainfield, X.
J.), Country (Pittsfield, Mass.). Residence (summer):
Inwode, Pittsfield, Mass ; (winter) 525 W. 7th St.,
Plainfield, N. J. Address: 30 Church St., N. Y. City.


Theatrical mg'r; b. Circleville, Ohio, April 13, 1867;
s. George H. and Harriet (Parkhurst) Tyler; ed. in
public and private schs. of Chillicothe, O., and by pri-
vate tutors. Compositor, reporter and editor on lead-
ing dailies from N. Y. City to San Francisco; under-
took advance work for James O'Neill, and served af-
terward with dramatic org'ns as advance man mg'r;
in early fall of 1897 organized firm of Liebler & Co.
(Theodore A. Liebler and George C. Tyler) for purpose
of presenting Charles Coghlan in his own adaptation
of The Royal Box, which met great success; 5 years
with Viola Allen, who made her debut as a star under
Liebler & Co.'s mg'mt in Hall Caine's The Christian;
since then with many famous American stars, includ-
ing Eleanor Robson, Ada Rehan, James A. Heme, Otis
Skinner, James O'Neill, Edward Morgan, George Arliss,
May Irwin, Henry E. Dixey, Wilton Lackaye, Blanche
Bates, Elsie Janis, William Faversham, Ezra Kendall,
W. T. Hodge, Sarah Cowell Le Moyne, Edward Harri-
gan, etc.; appeared under mgm't of Liebler & Co., who
brought for Am. tours some of foremost dramatic ar-
tists of Europe, including Kyrle Bellew, Mrs. Patrick
Campbell, Eleonora Duse, Madame Gabrielle Rejane,
Vesta Tilley, Edward Terry, Ellis Jeffreys, Cyril
Maude, and many other foreign artists of note. Took
over mgm't of Century Theatre, 1911, N. Y., in which
the Liebler Co. produced The Garden of Allah, The
Daughter of Heaven, and Joseph and His Brethren.
Address: 461 4th Av., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Alton, N. Y. ; s. M. P. and Emeline
(York) Tyndall; ed. Sodus Acad., Boys' Acad., Albany;
State Normal Coll., Albany; senior year in Williams
Coll., class of 1882; Auburn Theol. Sem.; post-grad,
courses at Univ. City of N. Y. and Univ. of Berlin,
Germany, A.M., Ph.D., D.D., S.T.D.; m. Albany, N. Y.,
1885, Jessie Van Auken; children: Gertrude, b. 188S,
Helen, b. 1893, Dorothy, b. 1895. Visited Europe sev-
eral times; traveled in Asia and Africa. In 1895 went
to Germany to pursue scientific studies in the univer-
sities of Bonn-on-Rhine, and at Berlin. Invited to
England in 1904 to deliver series of scientific religious
lectures in various cities. Lectured on Wireless Tel-
egraphy before Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, Eng-
land; and the Electrical Club of La. Purchase Exjp'n,
1904; and on Radium and Electrical and other scien-
tific subjects before schools, colleges, technical socs.,
many religious conferences and convs., and secular
clubs and org'ns. For six years pastor Broome St.
Tabernacle, N. Y. ; for past fourteen years pastor Re-
formed Ch., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Author: Object Ser-
mons in Outline; Object Lessons for Children; The
Quickening, Filling and Enduring of the Holy Spirit;
Electricity and its Similitudes (all published by Revell
Co.); has written popular scientific articles for vari-
ous journals. Address: Mt. Vernon, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Altcn, N. Y., July 21, 1855; s. Myron
Parks and Emeline (York) Tyndall; ed. public schs.,
Sodus (N. Y.) Acad.; grad. Normal Sch., Albany, N.
Y, 1883; Auburn Theol. Sem., 1886, N. Y. Univ., 1893-
1904; S.T.D., Am. Univ., Harriman, Tenn., 1901; m.
Rose, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1877, Phebe A. Mitchell; children:
Mabel E., Carlton H., Paul (died 18S8), Ruth M. Taught
public sch., 1873-1878; licensed to preach by Presby-
tery of Albany, 1885; ordained by Presbytery of Lake
Superior, 1886; pastor Presby'n Ch., Iron Mountain,
Mich., 1886-1891; resigned to become associated with
brother, Charles H. Tyndall, as pastor of the Broome
St. Tabernacle, N. Y. City; founded The People's Tab-
ernacle, Oct. 2, 1892, since which time has been pas-
tor, trustee and pres. Planned and superintended erec-
tion of hotel for working girls, 1905-1907. Presby'n;
mem. N. Y. Presbyterian Union. Traveled extensively
in Europe, Asia, Africa, and U. S., 1902 and 1910. Ed-
ited and published The Little Evangelist, ten years
(weekly paper devoted to city evangelization). Ad-
dress: 56 E. 102d St., N. Y. City.


Physician, hygienic specialist; b. Maidstone, Kent,
England; s. James and Mary (Sutherland) Tyrrell; ed.
Kings Coll. Sch., London, England; grad. Eclectic Med.

Coll. of N. Y. City (with honor); m. Independence, la.,
1888, Emma M., d. Dr. J. B. Lynas, of Logansport, Ind.
Circumnavigated the earth three times. Spent 12
years in Australia and New Zealand, three years in
the South Sea Islands, two years in South Africa, and
seven years in India, China, Japan and Philippine
Islands. Was once shipwrecked on coast of Australia,
and once dangerously wounded in cutting out a nest
of Chinese pirates on coast of Formosa, 1864. Has
eaten with nearly every specimen of human family,
from Chinese Mandarin to the Australian aborigine,
and has partaken of nearly every edible substance
known. Prop'r Tyrrell's Hygienic Inst. Inventor "J.
B. L. Cascade;" pres. Ideal Co. Democrat. Ex-pres.
Eclectic Med. Soc. City, and County of N. Y. Mem.
Eclectic Med. Ass'n of U. S., Am. Health League, Nat.
Geog. Soc. Recreations: All outdoor sports. Club: N.
Y. Athletic. Address: 570 W. 150th St., N. Y. City.



Lawyer; b. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 26, 1850: s. John
C. and Mary Avis (Bethell) Uhle; ed. Episcopal Acad.,
Philadelphia, Pa.; grad. Yale Coll., A.B., 1871, A.M.,
1874; m. Philadelphia, Pa., May 2, 1878, Mary Elizabeth
Snyder. Admitted to bar in Philadelphia. 1873; in N.
Y. City, 1891; in U. S. Supreme Court, 1898. Republi-
can; Episcopalian. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.:
pres. The Highway Alliance, a good roads org'n. Mem.
1902-1906, of standing com. N. Y. State Supervisors'
Conv., and author of the $50,000,000 good roads consti-
tutional amendment. Editor of Am. Law Register,
1889-1891. Recreations: Music, landscape photography.
Address: Yonkers, N. Y.


Treas. and gen. mg'r U. J. Ulery Co.; b. Salem, Ohio,
Feb. 22, 1864; s. J. S. and Emeline (Hoopes) Ulery; ed.
Damascus Acad., Damascus, O., 1879; Northwestern
Normal Sch., Valparaiso, Ind., 1879-1880; Normal Sch.,
Ada, Ohio; m. Toledo, Ohio, 1890, Lotta Burchfield;
children: Clauss Burdhfield, b. 1897, Ulysses James, b.
1S99. Traveled extensively in U. S., Can., Scotland,
Ireland, England, Wales, Sweden, France, Belgium,
Holland and Germany. Treas. and gen. mg'r U. J.
Ulery Co. Republican. Club: Nappeckamack Coun-
try, of Yonkers (pres.). Recreations: Tennis, Ibowling.
Address: 11 Warren St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. New Haven, Conn., April 15, 1854; s. Isaac
and Fanny (Heller) UHman; ed. in public and private
schools of New Haven, and LL.B. at Yale, 1878. Prac-
tised law in New Haven, 1878-1892, and in the Bronx,
N Y. City, since 1892, in connection with real estate
business. In 1883 as a Repub. represented his ward
in New Haven Common Council and later appt'd ass t
city att'y; became a Mugwump in 1S84 and has since
been a Democrat. In local politics has voted and
acted with independent movement, when course of his
party was unsatisfactory; was nominated and ran as
candidate of Independence League for justice of Mu-
nicipal Court, 1st Dist., Borough of Bronx. Israelite.
Mem N. Y. Countv Lawyers' Ass'n, XIII. Club, 23d
Ward Property Owners' Ass'n, Bronxwcod Park Im-
provement League, North Side B'd of Trade, Bronx
B'd of Real Estate Brokers, Independent Order B'nal
Brith Odd Fellow, Mason, Improved Order Red Men.
Address: 3221 White Plains Road, Bronx, N. Y.


Manufacturer; b. New Haven, Conn., Aug. 29, 1863;
s. Morris and Mina (Fleischner) Ullman; ed. schs. of
New Haven; m. New Haven, Conn., Feb. 2, 1892, Flora
Veronica Adler; one d. : Marion B. Started business
as office boy in house of Mayer, Strouse & Co., corset
mf'rs, and advanced in position, until becoming sup't;
now senior mem. firm Strouse, Adler & Co., successor
to Mayer, Strouse & Co.; having offices in N. Y. City,
Chicago, San Francisco, Boston and Philadelphia, with
factory in New Haven, Conn. Formerly mem. B'd of
Ed'n of New Haven; aide on staff of Gov. Lounsbury,
with rank of col., and q.-m.-gen. on staff of Gov. Rol-
lin S. Woodruff, now retired. Mem. Colony Hist. Soc.
2nd Co. Gov's Fort Guards; pres. Nat. Corset Mf'rs
Ass'n of U. S. ; Mason, Workmen, Redmen. Dir. County
Tuberculosis Ass'n, Mishkan Israel Synagogue; pres.
Chamber of Commerce. Clubs: Union League, Har-
monie (pres.), Young Men's Republican, Lotos, City,
Army and Navy, Wool, Aldine, Moosehead Lake Yacht
Pea 'island Gunning, Kippewa Fishing. Address: 45
E. 17th St., N. Y. City.




Physician: b. Buffalo, N. T., Oct. 26. 1872; s. David
and Charlotta (Doeb) Ullman; prrad. Univ. of Buffalo,
M.D., 1893; post-grad, study in Vienna and Berlin, 1894-
1895; m. N. T. City, 1903, Eugene Platky; children:
Edna, Robert. Attending physician German Hosp.
Lecturer clinical medicine med. dep't Univ. of Buf-
falo. Acting ass't surgeon U. S. A.: Lelter Gen. Hosp.,
Chickampuga, 1898. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y.
State Med. Soc, Erie Co. Med. Soc, Buffalo Acad, of
Medicine; mem. Sigma Nu fraternity. Club: ^Jscula-
pian. Address: 400 Franklin St., Buffalo, N. T.


Corporation officer; b. N. T. City; s. S. B. and Jo-
hanna (Bache) Ulman; attended Charlier Inst., N. Y.;
m. at Christ Ch Short Hills, N. J., April 29, 1901, Ger-
trude Oldfield Barclay; children: Audrey Barclay, An-
thony Barclay, Granville Oldfltld Barclay, Rutgers
Barclay. Commenced business career with Speyer &
Co., bankers of N. Y., where remained 6 years; became
partner in F. Blumenthal & Co., N. Y., rjeing outcome
of firm in Frankfort, Germany, which has been in
continual existence since 1715, and is oldest and one
of largest leather firms in world; F. Blumenthal &
Co. was Incorporated 1910, under laws of Del., with
capital of $7,500,000, and was appt'd 1st v.-p. The *'.
Blumenthal Co.; is closely affiliated with other equally
important factors in France, Germany, Spain, Eng-
land and India, and has largest export business In its
line, having its own houses in many parts of the
world. Pres. F. Blumenthal Co., of Mass.; dir. Manilla
R'y Co. Independent; Episcopalian. Mem. Chamber
of Commerce, Chevalier Legion of Honor of France;
decorated by Pres. of France, July 26, 1913. Recrea-
tions: Golf, tennis, riding, yachting. Clubs: N. Y.

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neaux. Polo (Paris). Residence: 24 E. 81st St., and
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Author, banker; b. N. Y. City, July 2, 1861; s. Ed-
ward and Phillipine (Michels) Ulmann; ed. public schs.
N. Y. City, grad. Coll. City of N. Y., B.S., 1881 (saluta-
torian); m. 1S93, Mathilde Sulzbacher; one d.: Ruth C.
Author: Frederick Struther's Romance; Chaperoned;
A Landmark History of New York; New York's His-
toric Sites; The Story of Maiden Lane. Lecturer in
public school course on historic subjects. Mem. Am.
Hist. Ass'n, N. Y. Hist. Soc, Municipal Art Soc, Phi

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