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Budapest, M.D., 1S72; m. 1874, Caroline Roesenbaum;
children: Bertha, b. 1879; Ethel, b. 1881; Alexander,
b. 1S83; Louis, b. 1885. Engaged in practise of medi-
cine, received awards for invention of hygienic imple-
ments at Ghent, Belgium; silver medal. 1SS9, Paris;
gold medal, 1SS9, Nice (France; gold medal, 1890. Was
in State service for 17 years in Hungary, where he
draws an annual pension. Mem. Socigte Nat. d'Hygiene
Publique de France: N. Y. County Med. Ass'n, etc.
Address: 200 W. 113th St.. N. Y. City.




Jurist; b. Cobleskill, N. Y.. July 6, 1S56; ed. BrocK-
port State Normal Sch., and at Cornell Univ., 1873-
1875; m. 1st, June, 1S7S, Mattie Barner; 2d, May, 1882.
Alicia Yerdon. Admitted to bar, 1S77; practised law
at Ft. Plain, 1S7S-1887, and at Amsterdam since 1888;
dist. att'y, 1SS4-1886; county judge and surrogate,
Montgomery Co., N. Y., 18S8-18S9; was grand master
I. O. O. F., 1S99-1900, and has since been grand repre-
sentative. Appt'd Supreme Court Judge 4th Judicial
Dist. by Gov. Sulzer, Fob., 1913, re-elected, 1913. Ad-
dress: Amsterdam, N. Y.


Banker, farmer; b. Lowville, X. Y., Sept. 16, IStSU;
s. Charles D. and Margaret (Quackenbush) Boshart;
grad. Cornell Univ., B. Agar., 18S4; m. Lowville, N. Y.,
Oct. 22, 1887, Clara Amelia Smiley; children; Charles
Ralph, Margaret Amelia. Engaged in farming from
boyhood; now. v. -p. and dir. First Nat. Bank, Lowville;
dir. Lowville Rural Cemetery. Republican. Super-
visor Lowville, 1904-1905. Mem. State Assembly, 1906,
1907. 1908, 1909, 1910. Presby n. Address: Lowville,
N. Y.


Lawyer; .b. Baltimore, Sid., Aug. 31, 1S63; s. John E.
H. and Cecilia (Guyton) Boston; ed. private and public
schs., in Baltimore; Baltimore City Coll., Johns Hop-
kins Univ.; LL.B., Univ. of aid., 1S86; m. W. Orange,
N. J., Sept. 29, 1900, Ethel Lyon; children: Katharine.
b. 1903; Lyon. to. 1904. Mem. bars of Maryland and
New York, Supreme Court of U. S., and several Federal
circuits and districts; mem. law firm of Hornblower,
Miller & Potter. Author of articles on Medical Laws
and Privileged Communications; asso. author of ar-
ticle on Law of Insanity, Witthaus and Becker's Med.
Jurisprudence. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n (v.-p. for N. Y.,
cham'n Com. on Publicity, mem. Com. on Membership),
N. T. State Bar Ass'n (chm'n of Com. on Judicial
Statistics), Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. Law Inst.,
N. Y. Co. Lawyers' Ass'n (mem. B'd of Directors and
chm'n Com. on Professional Ethics), Am. Polit. Science
Ass'n, Johns Hopkins Alumni, Alumni of Johns Hop-
kins Univ. for N. Y. and N. J. (ex-pres.). N. Y. Soc.
Med. Jurisprudence (v.-p.); mem. Com. on Nat.
Economic League on Efficiency in Administration of
Justice; mem. N. Y. Southern Soc, Md. Soc. Inde-
pendent Democrat. Clubs: Railroad, City Midday.
Ardsley, Amateur Billiard. Seabright Lawn Tennis and
Cricket. Johns Hopkins of Baltimore. Residence: 584
West End Av., N. Y. City, and Seabright, N. J. Ad-
dress: 24 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Lawver; b. Tuckahoe, Westchester, Co., N. Y., Oct.
10, 1866; s. Charles Coffin and Mary Frances (Good-
win) Bostwick; ed. public sch., Columbia Univ.. Ph.B.,
and LL.B., cum. laude, 1886; Columbia Law Sch.; N.
Y. Univ., LL.M., 1894; m. N. Y. City, Jan. 20, 1897,
Laura Bostwick; children: Charles Francis. Jr., b.
Dec. 20. 1898; Catharine, b. April 30, 1902. Admitted
to N. Y. Bar, 1887; since 1908 mem. firm Bostwick &
Thorns. Professor of law of corp'ns and sp'l statutory
procedure N. Y. Univ. Post-Grad. Dep't, 1893-1900.
Traveled extensively in Europe. Japan and Russia.
Candidate for N. Y. State Senate, 17th Dist., 1900;
elected mem. Assembly, 1903-1904; father of $101,000,-
000 Canal Bill, known as Bostwick-Davis Bill, ap-
proved by people at gen. election 1903; pres. West
Side Republican Club. 1904-1905; mem. 2d Co., 7th
Reg't, N. G., N. Y., 13 years; at present exempt mem.
Ass't dist. att'v of N. Y., 1910. Republican; Episco-
palian. Mem. N. T. City Bar Ass'n, N. T. State Bar
Ass'n, Phi Delta Phi. Author: Bostwick's Lawyers'
Manual; New York corp'n minute book; New Jersey
corp'n minute book; former editor-in-chief of "Brief,"
and author of numerous legal pamphlets. Club:
Amateur Comedy. Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Architect; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 29, 1875; s. F. H. and
Marv H. (Putnam) Bosworth; ed. Cutler's Sch., N. Y.
City; Yale Coll., A.B., 1897; Ecole des Beaux Arts,
Paris, 1893-1901; m. April 30, 1902, Fanny Hastings
Foote; children: Mary Hastings, b. 1903; Isabel Caro-
line, b. 1909. Engaged in practise of architecture In
N. Y. City since 1901; mem. firm F. H. Bosworth =
Co., architects. iMem. Soc. of Beaux Arts Architects,
N. Y. Chapter Am. Inst. Architects, Psi Upsilon
Fraternity. Cluto: University. Address: 1170 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Lawyer, banker: lb. Champlain, N. Y., Mar. 21, 1866;
s. Harvev and Eliza (Corbin) Bosworth; grad. Will-
iams Coll.. A.B., 1889; Columbia Law Sch. Admitted
to bar, 1891, and engaged In practise. Pres. and dir.

N. E. 'Mortgage Security Co., v.-p. State Realty and
Mortgage Co., treas. and gen. mgri Manhattan Beach
Estates, pres. Wheatley Realty Co., Manhattan Beach
Co., dir. Marine R'y. Mem. Sons of the Revolution,
Delta Kappa Epsilon Ass'n, New England Soc.
Clubs: Union League, University, Down Town Ass'n,
Apawamis Golf. Residence: 472 West End Av. Ad-
dress: 192 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Architect; b. Marietta, O., 1SC9; s. Daniel Perkins,
Jr., and Clara (Van Zandt) Bosworth; grad. Mari-
etta Coll., M.A.; Mass. Inst. Technology, Ecole
des Beaux Arts, Paris, France; m. All Souls' Ch.,
N. Y. City, May, 1904, Elizabeth, d. Rev. Dr. 1L
Heber Newton, of N. Y. City. Engaged in pro-
fessional practise in New York and Boston. Archi-
tect of, Western Union Telegraph Co. Bld'g, Broad-
way, N. Y.; Gardens at Pocantico Hill for John !->
Rockefeller, Esq.; residence of John D. Rockefeller,
Jr., N. Y.; new Mass. Institute of Technology, Boston;
landscape architect of Letchworth Village, etc. Resi-
dent architect at Pan-American Exp'n, Buffalo, Aseo.
Am. Inst. Architects; mem. Soc. Beaux Arts Archi-
tects; companion of 1st class (by inheritance), Loyal
Legion of U. S. (Ohio Commandery). Clubs: Century,
The Players, Mass. Inst, of Technology Alumni Ass'n,
Technology, Sleepy Hollow Country, St. Botolph (Bos-
ton). Address: Harriman Bank Bldg., 527 Fifth Av.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer, real estate operator; 'b. Burke; N. Y., Nov.
24, 1861; s. Henry and Jennie (Bromley) Botsforrt;
grad. Franklin Acad., Malone; Dartmouth Coll., A.B.,
1886, A.M.; m. Plattsiburgh. N. Y., June 29, 1892,
Katherine L. Lyon; one s.: Benedict L. Admitted to
bar, 1899, since which time has 'been actively engaged
in practise. Made several trips to Alaska and Klon-
dike as att'y for Joseph Ladue; now largely engaged
in real estate, holding considerable amount of real
estate in Long Island. Pres. and dir. Valley Stream
Realty Co.; St. Albans Terrace Co.; v.-p. and dir.
Plattsburgh-Floral Park Realty Co.; dir. Rosedale
Terrace Co ; First Nat. Bank, Plattsburgh, N. Y.; pres.
and dir. Clinton Co. Agri. Society. Alderman and
acting mayor, 1904-1905; alderman, 1906; Corp'n Coun-
sel of Plattsburgh several vears; mem. B'd of Public
Works, 1907-1908. Democrat; Presby'n. Mem. Am.
Automobile Ass'n, State Hist. Ass'n, N. Y., State
Museum Ass'n, Lake Champlain Ass'n, Nat. Geog. Soc,
N. Y.; Dartmouth Alumni Ass'n, Psi Upsilon Frater-
nity, Mason, Knight Templar. Shriner. trustee Platts-
burgh Academy. Clubs: Macdonough Social and Com-
mercial, v.-p., Plattsburgh Rod and Gun: dir. Platts-
hugh Automobile, Dartmouth Coll., Psi Upsilon. Ad-
dress: 62 Broad St., Plattsburgh, N. Y.


Educator; b. West Union, la., May 9, 1862; s. William
Hiram and Margaret (Johnson) Botsford; descended
from "Henry and ElizaJbeth Botsford. of Leicestershire.
England, who settled at Milford, Conn., in 1636; ed.
Univ. of Neb., A.B., 1884, A.M., 1889; Johns Hopkins
Univ., Cornell Univ.. Ph.D.. magna cum laude, 1891
(classical philology and Sanskrit) ; m. Kalmazoo,
Mich., 1891, Lillie Shaw; children: Jay Barrett, b. 1894;
Doris Athena, b. 1896. Prof. Greek, Kalamazoo Coll.,
Mich., 18S6-1890; Bethany Coll., 1S91-1895; instr. in his-
tory of Greece and Rome, Harvard Univ.. 1895-1902;
since 1902 prof, history, in charge of history of Greece
and Rome, Columbia Univ. Has traveled, in interest
of his work, in Italv. in Sicily and Greece. Inde-
pendent in politics. Baptist. Mem Am. Philol. Ass'n,
Am. Hist. Ass'n; mem. b'd of editors, Polit. Science
Quarterly. Author: Development of the Athenian
Constitution; History of Greece; History of the Orient
and Greece, and History of Rome (all but the first
for high schools and academies); Ancient History for
Beginners; The Story of Rome as Greeks and Romans
Tell It; A Source Book of Ancient History (jointly
with Lillie S. Botsford); The Roman Assemblies. 1909;
Trial of the Alemeonldse and the Cleisthenean Consti-
tutional Reform (Harvard Studies In Classical Phi-
lology); Social Composition of the Primitive Roman
Populus (Polit. Science Quarterly); Some Problems
Connected with the Roman Gens (Polit. Science Quar-
terly); also book reviews and short articles for the
Classical Review, Am. Hist. Review. Classical Weekly,
and Nation; articles for Internat. Encyclopedia, Ency.
Britannica, 10th edit., and for Encvclopedia Ameri-
cana. Residence: Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Address: Co-
lumbia Univ., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Belfast. Ireland, June 9, 184S: s. William
and Anna (Thomson) Bottomley; ed. Royal Academical
Inst'n. private schs.. and Queens Coll., Belfast; m.



April, 1882, Susan A. Steers; four children: William
Laurence (architect), John Francis, Anna Thomson.
Susanne Meredith. Admitted to bar, 1886, and since
practising in N. Y. City. V.-p., gen. mg'r, sec. and
dir. Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co. of America;
trustee Empire City Savings Bank. Independent;
Episcopalian; vestryman and clerk of vestry, St. An-
drew's Ch., Harlem. V.-p. Harlem Library. Harlem
Dispensary. Recreations: Golf, tennis, riding, sailing.
Clubs: N. Y. Athletic. Engineers. Residences: Water
Mill, L. I., and 112 E. 55th St. Address: 233 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Author; b. Corunna, Mich.; d J. M. Arnold, D.D.,
and Hannah E. (Redway) Arnold; grad. Mich. Univ.,
Ph.B., 1880; m. Detroit, Mich., July 8, 1884, Willis
Boughton, Ph.D.; children: Willis Arnold, B.A., b. 1885
(dir. Chemical Laboratory, Harvard Coll.); Paul Ninde.
b. 1896. Traveled In Europe summers of 1895 and
1906. Pres. Pallas Club, Athens, O., 1897-1899; dele-
gate to World's W. C. T. U., London, 1895. Mem. M. IE.
Church. Sec. B"d of Mg'rs of Brooklyn Deaconess'
Home. Contb'r to papers, magazines, etc. Author:
Biography of J. M. Arnold, D.D.. 1885; The Quest of a
Soul and Other Verse (F. H. Revell Co., publishers),
also various religious songs (words and music).
Clubs: The Fortnightly of Flatbush (Brooklyn, N.
Y.), University (Michigan), Woman's (N. Y. City), and
the Esperanto Ass'n of N. America. Address: 364 E.
21st St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Educator, lecturer, author; b. Victor, N. Y., April 17,
1854; s. Myron and Jane M. (F-arnam) Boughton; grad.
Univ. of Mich., A.B., 1881; Dickinson Coll., A.M., 1891;
Ph.D., Ohio Univ., 1900; Higher Diploma, Teachers'
Coll., Columbia Univ., 1902; m. Detroit. Mich., July 8,
1884, Martha E. Arnold; children: Willis Arnold, b.
1885; Paul Ninde, b. 1896; Prof, of English and his-
tory, Ohio Univ., 1889-1891; lecturer on English, Univ.
of Pa, 1891-1892; prof, of English, Ohio Univ., 1892-
1899; teacher in Erasmus High Sch., Brooklyn, since
1899; pres. Dep't of Philology, Brooklyn Inst, of Arts
and Sciences. Lecturer in English Extramural Div.,
N Y Univ. Author: Mythology in Art, History of
Ancient Peoples, History of 'English and American
Literature in Outlines, Chronicles of Erasmus Hall
Acad., Ode to Learning and other Poems; joint autho-
of Allen's History of Civilization. Editor: Irving s
Life of Goldsmith, Tennyson's Idylls of the King, Mil-
ton's Minor Poems. Republican; Methodist Episco-
palian. Mem. Beta Theta Pi fraternity; Mason. Resi-
dence: 364 E. 21st St.. Brooklyn. Address: Erasmus
Hall High Sch., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Stock broker; b. Orange. N. J., June 6, 1886; s. Will-
iam B. and Louisa K. (Kelly) Boulton; grad. Yale
Univ., A.B., 1907; m. N. Y. City, Nov. 17, 1910, Grace
Russell Jones. Mem. firm W. B. Franklin & Co., 1909;
Cuyler Morgan & Co., 1910, and Graham, Vaughn &
Co , since Mav. 1910; admitted to N. Y. Stock Ex-
change, 1909. 'Mem. Squadron A, Cav., N. G. N. Y. Re-
publican; Episcopalian. .Mem. Psi Upsilon fraternity.
Recreation: Rowing. Clubs: Squadron A Yale, Rum-
son Country. Residence: 40 Fifth Av. Address: 44
Pine St., N. Y. City.

Capitalist, mf'r; m. 1875, Emma Keeler; children:
May, Marion, Florence, Marjorie, George G., Arthur
K., Alfred S., Howard. Ex-pres. and dir. Singer Mf'g
Co ; dir. Libertv Nat. Bank, Knickerbocker Trust Co.,
Manhattan Co., N. Y. & Long Branch R. R. Co.,
/Eolian, Weber Piano and Pianola Co., Ba,bcock <&
Wilcox Co., Babcock & Wilcox, Limited (London),
City & Suburban Homes Co., Atlas Cement Co. Mem.
N. Y. Chamber of Commerce, Met. Museum of Art, N.
E Soc. Clubs: Metropolitan, Racquet and Tennis, N.
Y. Athletic, Automobile, Jekyl Island, N. Y. Yacht,
Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht, South Side Sports-
man's, Westwood Golf, Robin's Island. Residence:
Oakdale, L. I. Address: 149 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Prof, rhetoric, N. Y. Univ.; b. Cortland, N. Y., Sept.
1, 1872; s. Lewis and 'Emily A. (Lamont) Bouton;
grad. Cortland Normal Sch., 1892; Amherst Coll.. B.A.,
1896; Columbia Univ.. A.M., 1900; m. Oneida. N. Y.,
June 12, 1901, Caroline Jessup MacNair. Greek mas-
ter, Rutgers Prep. Sch., New Brunswick, N. J., 1896-
1S98; inst. in English, N. Y. Univ., 1898-1900; ass't
prof. English, 1900-1906: prof, rhetoric since 1906.
Edited Lincoln and Douglas Debates, 1905; Whittier's
Poems, 1908. Traveled in Europe, with sp'l research
in Edinburgh Univ., during ''sabbatical" absence,
1907-1908. Mem. Presb'n Ch. Mem. Delta Kappa

Epsilon fraternity, English Ass'n of Great Britain,
Modern Language Ass'n. Address: University Heights,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer: b. Torresdale, Pa., Aug. 12, 1865; s. John
Vernou and Caroline Maslin (Ewing) Bouvier; ed. in
Paris and England; grad. Columbia Univ., A.B., 1886;
A..M . Sch. of Polit. Science, 1887, and Sch. of Law,
LL.B., 1888; Phi Beta Kappa, valedictorian and win-
ner Chanler prize; presentation orator twenty-iifth
anniversary of graduation of class; m. N. Y. City,
April 16, 1890, Maude F. Sergeant; children: John
Vernou, 3d; William Sergeant, Edith Ewing, Maude
Repellin, Michelle Caroline. Admitted to bar, 1888;
now senior mem. firm Bouvier & Dugro, counsel for
the Travelers' Ins. Co., ^Etna Life Ins. Co., Fidelity
& Deposit Co. of Maryland, Commercial Casualty Co.,
and trial counsel generally for numerous law firms.
Traveled throughout Europe and Far West. Ex-pres.
Xutley Public Schs.; pres. Nutley Circulating Library.
Democrat; Catholic. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.,
Ass'n Bar State of N. Y., Am. Bar Ass'n, Soc. Med.
Jurisprudence, County Lawyers' Ass'n, Phi Beta
Kappa, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Recreations: All out-
door sports. Clubs: Union, University, Racquet and
Tennis, Columbia University. Residence: Nutley, N. J.
Address: 141 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Coultersville, Pa., Sept. 28, 1S67; s.
David and Mary A. (McClenahan) Bovaird; grad.
Princeton Univ., A.B., 1889; Columbia Univ., M.D.,
1892; m. Montreal, Canada, Dec. 27, 1898, Louise
Larken; children: Cecily Jean, b. 1900; George Crary,
b. 1901. Engaged in gen. practise of medicine since
1S92. Visiting physician Seaside Hosp. of St. John's
Guild; asso. visiting physician Presby'n Hosp. Mem.
Pathol. Soc, County Med. Soc, Acad, of Medicine. Re-
publican; Presbv'n. Club: Princeton. Address: 137
E. 60th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Gallipolis, O., March 10, 1877; s. Fred-
erick M. and Lucy Vernon (Alexander) Bovie; ed.
Marietta Coll., A.B., 1898; magna cum laude (salu-
tatorian; sp'l honors in philosophy and history; mem.
Delta Upsilon; pres. of chapter; mg'r baseball and
football teams; elected to Phi Beta Kappa); attended
Columbia Law Sch. and N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B., 1902; m.
N. Y. City, Nov. 26, 1903, Mary Rowland Tinker; one
son, Henry Tinker, b. Aug. 4, 1904. Admitted to N. Y.
bar, 1902, and has since practised in N. Y. City. Mem.
law firm Bovie & Wilson; pres. Lakeview Realty Co.
Recruited and served as capt. Co. C, 7th Ohio Inf., U.
S. Vols., Spanish- Am. War. Mem. N. Y. Co. Lawyers'
Ass'n, Phi Beta Kappa; trustee Delta Upsilon fra-
ternity. Recreation: Golf. Club: Graduates. Ad-
dress, 50 Pine St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. N. Y. City; m. Julia Irving Grinnell; one
d., Edith. Mem. banking firm J. P. Morgan & Co.
Trustee Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N. Y., Bank for Sav-
ings in the City of N. Y., N. L. Life Ins. and Trust
Co.; treas. and dir. Metropolitan Opera and Real
Estate Co.; dir. N. Y. Central & Hudson River R. R.
Co., Cataract Construction Co., Commercial Union Fire
Ins. Co., Guaranty Trust Co., N. Y. & Putnam R. R.
Co., Niagara Development Co., Niagara Falls Power
Co., Niagara Junction R'y Co., West Shore R. R. Co.
Mem. Am. Fine Arts Soc, New England Soc, Sons Am.
Revolution, Met. .Museum of Art, Am. Museum of Nat-
ural History. Episcopalian. Clubs: Union, Union
League, Metropolitan, Knickerbocker, Church. Play-
ers, Racquet and Tennis. N. Y. Yacht, Tuxedo, Century.
Address: 39 Park Av., N. Y City.


Banker; b. Wolfert's Dell, Irvington, N. Y., July 14,
1S63; grad. Columbia Coll., 1S85; mem. N. E. Soc, St
Nicholas Soc, Huguenot Soc. Clubs: Metropolitan,
University, N. Y. Yacht, Union, St. Anthony, Racquet
and Tennis, Ardsley, Baltusrol Golf, Rumson Country,
Automobile of America. Address: 104 E. 37th St., N.
Y. City.


Editor, publisher; b. S. Hadley Falls, Mass., Sept.
4, 1860; ed. public schs. of Mass., N. Y. and N. J. First
newspaper work done for Holyoke (Mass.) Transcript,
later connected with True Democratic Banner, Morris-
town, N. J.; visited Europe. 1S97; in fall of same year
began contributing to N. Y. Times Saturday Review
of Books and Art. and, 1S99, became regular contb'r
to The Independent; represented N. Y. Sun, N. If.
World, Brooklyn Eagle and Chicago Tribune at Rocky
Mount, N. C, on expd'n to observe total eclipse of
sun that occurred Mav 2S, 1900; represented N. Y.



Commercial Advertiser and Woman's Home Com-
panion (Springfield, O.) at Mardi Gras Carnival, New
Orleans, 1901; later mem. editorial staff The Woman's
Home Companion, N. Y. City, until -March 28, 1003;
March, 1903-Dec., 1910, associate editor The Independ-
ent, m charge of that journal's art dep't; on staff of
-Musical Courier Extra since April, 1913. Contb'r at
various times to leading papers and periodicals of
N. Y. and London; some time one of the dramatic
critics and editorial writer for the Brooklyn Citizen;
editor and publisher N. Y. Evening Mail. Author: A
Step Across the Gulf to Cuba, lv.i;>; The Rise of the
Book Plate, 1001; James A. McNeill Whistler, the Man
and His Work, 1901; The Little Girl and Her Loll,
1905; Jack and Jill Modernized, 190G; The Bunch of
Violets, 1907; The Jewelled Dagger, 190S; My Sulburban
Lots; also chapters on book plates and fine book bind-
ings to Appltton's Annual Encyclopaedia. Mem. L. I.
Hist. Soc, Brooklyn Inst. Fine Arts and Sciences.
Clubs: The Writers, Country (Mystic, Conn.). .Resi-
dence: 332 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, N. J. Address:
Care Musical Courier Extra, 439 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Author; b. Brooklyn, May 22, 1IS52; grad. Yale, 1873,
Ph.L\, 18S2; m. Roxana A. Wentworth; associated with
The Independent, 1874; succeeded father, Henry Chan-
dler Bowen, as publisher, 1896; sec. com. of arrange-
ments for centennial anniversary of Washington's
inauguration, N. Y. City, 1SS9. Author: Boundary
Disputes of Connecticut, 1SS2; Woodstock, an Histori-
cal Sketch, 1SS6; Memorial Volume of Centennial of
Washington's Inauguration, 1S02. Address: 5 E. 63d
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Troy, N. Y., March 12, 1S77; s. Alfred S.
and Harriet M. (Thomas) Bowen; ed. Troy Acad., Cor-
nell Coll. of Law, LL.B., 1S9S; m. Troy, N. Y., April
25. 1906, Elizabeth V. Collins. Admitted to bar, 1899;
now clerk Rensselaer County Surrogate's Court. Re-
publican. Master of King Solomon's Primitive Lodge,
No. 91, F. and A. M Phi Delta Phi fraternity; Court
Rensselaer, Foresters of America. Clubs: Masonic,
East Side, Republican (Troy). Address: Court House,
Troy, N. Y.


Physician; b. Blockville, Chautauqua County, N. Y
Dec. 11, 1S65; s. Joshua D. and Louisa E. (Babcock)
Bowen; grad. South Bend (Ind.) High Sch., 1886; Coll.
Phys. and Surg., Chicago, M.D., 1890; also full course
in N. Y. Post Grad. Med Sch.. 1894, and Harvard
Summer Sch. of Medicine, 1911; m. Wiscov, N. Y., 1891,
Hattie A. Whitney: children: Grant Whitney, b. 1895;
Luella Louise, b. 1S97. Engaged in practise of medi-
cine at Mt. Morris, N. Y., since 188S. Mem. Rochester
(X. Y.) Acad, of Medicine; ex-pres. and sec. Med. Soc.
of County of Livingston, Royal Arch Mason, past
master Mt. Morris Lodge. One of coroners of Living-
ston Co. past 15 years; mem. B'd U. S. Pension Ex-
aminers. Republican: Methodist. Recreation: Collector
of Indian relics. Club: Livingston. Address: Mt.
Morris. Livingston Co., N. Y.


Banker: b. Shelby, N. Y., Sept. 2S, 1831: s. Dr. Abiel
and Anna Stirling (Cone) Bowen; ed. public schs. W.
Shelby, N. Y., Millville Acad., Cary Collegiate Sem. ;
m. Byron. N. Y.. Dec. 17, 1856, Emerette A. Walker;
one d., Anna Cone. In practise of law 1852-1909. coun-
sel N. Y. State Ins. Dep't, 1872-1S78. Pres. and dir.
Holland Purchase Ins. Co.: v.-p. and dir. First Nat.
Bank. Batavia Baker Gun & Forging Co. Town clerk:
corp'n clerk and corp'n counsel, 1854-1857; dist. att'y
Genesee County. 1857-1859: postmaster. 1862-1S67;
State Senator. 1870-1873. Republican; Episcopalian.
Odd Fellow (noble grand, past grand); Mason. Trus-
tee N. Y. State Tnst'n for Blind, 1860-1874; pres. B'd.
1S73-1874. Residence: 210 E. Main St. Address:
Walker Bld'g, Batavia, N. Y.


Author; b. Charleston, S. C: s. Orsamus Allan and
Feb. 29. 1S56; s. Henry Chandler Bowen. founder of
Independent; ed. at Paris and Berlin; grad. Yale, 1878:
studied law. Columbia: admitted to bar; U. S. consul.
1S90; consul-gen., 1894, Barcelona. Spain; Minister to
Persia, 1S99; minister to Venezuela, 1901-1905;
counsel for Venezuela and TJ. S. at The Hague,
1003. Author: Verses (Boston. 1SS4): In Divers Tones.
1S00; Losing Ground; International Law (N. Y., 1S96).
Address: Woodstock. Conn.


Author: b. Charleston, S. C: s. Orsamus Allan and
Clarissa Walton (Adger) Bowen; ed. Coll. of Charles-
ton. "Washington and Lee Univ., Cornell Univ.. class of
1S93. Literary editor and advisor, D. Appleton & Co.,

l i A A " th _or: Uncharted Seas, and various

novelettes and short stories in Ainslee's, Lippincott's
Appleton s, The Smart Set, Red Book, The Cavalier
and other magazines. Contb'r to various publications.
Address: 504 W. 143d St., N. Y. City.


Composer; b. Chambersburg, Pa., May 24. 1877- s
^;'7rt er T 9 ro, V\V t;11 and Ellen Graham (Heyser) Bowers;
grad Franklin and Marshall Coll.. A.B.. 1896; A.M.
18 JJ studied music, Philadelphia, Chicago, Baltimore;
1 N : * c ,Ity, faept v 1G - 1<JU5 ' Virginia Belvin. Com-
!.''"'',, '.'""- ami Koscs, 4903; The leaders, L008;
S, Ma ,. d and the Mummy, 1004; The Vanderbilt Cup.
1J0O, The Hoyden. 1907; The Anniversary, 1908; A
Grecian Garden, 190S; The Silver Star, 1909; The Wife
?w? Ta i ^ 10 i . Th e Red Rose, 1011; The Scare Crow!
ahI ,-S e r ta , 1 ,? Party ' 1911 = California, 1911; The
Antique Girl. 1012: In the Barracks, 1012; The Little
an w n , ne ' ^ 912; The Red Heads, 1913; Omika, 1913;
I he Water Cure, 1013; also incidental music for many

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