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dramatic plays. Won gold medal Chicago Auditorium
Conservatory, 1902. Clubs: Lam'bs, Baton, Friars,
Asso. _Musical Conductors of America. Address- 550
W. laith St., N. Y. City.

BOWKER, RICHARD ROGERS

Author, editor; b. Salem, Mass., 1848; ed N Y nubile
schs.; grad. Coll. City of N. Y., A.B , 186S; m B P rook-
ln w., Mas! S 1 ?> 02 ' A - lic ? Mitchell. Was representative
of Harper & Bros, in London, 1880-1882; was 1st v -p
and executive Edison Elec. Illuminating C 0j 1890-
1809 now editor Publishers' Weekly, Library Journal,
?'* ta los. etc. Also v.-p. De Laval Steam Turbine
wi, a .^ ? ?? f ,av ^i Separator Co. Author: Work and
Trtxlli- ^ 88; i T i h cl- Ec nomi c Pact Book and Free
7qS> 6 A uide. ISSo; Primer for Political Education,
issb, Copyright Its Law and Its Literature 1S86-
Economics for the People (5 editions); The Arts of
Life, 1900; Of Business, 1901; Of Politics, 1901- Of
Education 1903: Of Religion, 1903; also magazine ar-
ticles. Independent in politics; originated independent
Republican movement in N. Y. City, 1879- active in
promoting passage of the first civil service reform
bill in N. Y. Legislature; was mem. N. Y. Free Trade
Club, and one of incorporators and on original B'd
Trustees Reform Club: v.-p. Am. Copyright" Lemuel
trustee Brooklyn Public Library and Brooklyn Inst
has been mem of Council of Am. Library Ass'n and
University Settlement Soc. Clubs: Authors City
Grolier. Nat Arts. Reform. Alpha Delta Phi, Hamilton
Address: 141 E. 25th St.. N. Y. City. "'"ion.

BOWLER, ROBERT PENDLETON

Lawyer; b. Cincinnati, O., Jan. 25, 1S71; s. George
Pendleton and May (Williamson) Bowler; ed St
f. au f| ch v C " co r d ; N H Harvard, A. B.. 1893,' LL.'
K, 1896. Admitted to N. Y. bar, 1807; practised law for
three years in the office of Bowers & Sands. Attached
t LT. S. Legation in Madrid, as sp'l ass't. to att'y gen
n resumption of diplomatic relations after
Spanish War; served two years there. Dir. Keokee
Coal and Coke Co.: pres. and dir. Moa Bay Iron Co
and Guantanamo Exploration Co. Clubs: Union Uni-
versity, Knickerbocker (N. Y. City); Metropolitan
(Washington. D. C). Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.
BOWLES, JOSEPH MOORE

Art magazine editor, publisher of fine books; b
Indianapolis. Ind., July 1, 1S65; s. Thomas H. and
o\ a t 9r ne -,o J r ane T 'Moore) Bowles; m. Indianapolis,
Oct 25, 1895. Janet Byfield Payne; children: Mira,
r u i y - S, T 19 J ) - 2; J an.b. Nov. 2. 1904. Edited and pub-
i'shed in Indianapolis, 1892-1895. and at Boston, 1895-
1S97, Modern Art, illustrated quarterly magazine- in
?n a o rge a ,t de P't The Heintzemann Press, Boston, 1897-

S; ; ,S? r m rt dep 't McClure's Magazine, N. Y. City,
1902-1903: literary work for Doubleday. Page & Co
N. Y. City, and other publishers, 1903-1906, while
ZZVil^ at plans f ? r Art and Life, an illustrated
monthly magazine, started Aug., 1906, in N Y Citv
a feature of which is the edition de luxe, extra illus-
trated and elaborately illuminated in gold and colore
Dy exclusive processes. Founded The Forest Press
printers 1907, and The Modern Art PublLhing Co
? ^: P" bIlshe , r s of Art and Life, and Modern Art 1910
f n 8 4? , 7 rhUe m at H> d ianapolis, edited and published
L > v '! Ilam t T : Walters, of Baltimore; elaborate
descriptive catalogue of famous Walters Collection
the bookmaking being commended by William Morris-
has since done similar books, privately printed for
other Am. collectors. The New Theatre, N. Y.. and
much fine color and book printing for The Curtis
Publishing Co Phila., Pa., and others. Has lectured
before art clubs, and contb'd to art periodicals and
larioiis technical journals. Formerly dir. Indianapolis
Art Ass n: mem Boston Soc. Arts and Crafts, The
Pewter Mugs (Boston). Clubs: Indianapolis Port-



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folio (officer), Twentieth Century (Boston), Nat. Arts
(one of organizing mems.), The Stowaways (founder
190G, and ores.). Residence: 855 Riverside Drive,
(summer): Long Beach, L. I. Address: 5 W. 28th St.,
N. Y. City, and 140 N. 6th St., Philadelphia, Pa.

BOYD, JAMES CHURCHILL

Civil and mech. eng'r; b. St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 19,
1871; s. Samuel S. and Harriet B. (Churchill) Boyd;
ed. Mass. Inst. Technology, class of 1893; m. Sept 5,
1895, Ada Yerxa; children: James W., Robert C, John
S. Engaged on steam, elevated and electric railroad
design and construction together with other import-
ant engineering work. Now chief eng'r. Westing-
house, Church, Kerr & Co. Mem. Am. Soc. Civ. Bng'rs;
Am. Soc Mech. Eng'rs. Clubs: Technology (N. Y.
City); Athletic (Montclair, N. J.). Residence: 213
Park St., Montclair, N. J. Address: 37 Wall St., N. Y.
City.

BOYD, JOHN DALZELL

Architect; b. N. Y. City, June 16, 1877; s. John and
Mary E. Boyd; grad. Columbia Univ. Sch. of Archi-
tecture; B. S., won silver medal awarded in compe-
tition held by Architectural League of N. Y. lor
draughtsmanship and design in 1900; ancien eleve de
l'Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 1905. Entered office of
Richard H. Hunt, architect, 1899, where worked for
two years; studied architecture at Paris, 1901; entered
Ecole Nationale et Speciale des Beaux-Arts. 1903;
studied in Atelier Douillard-Thierry-Deglane, under
M. Deglane, 1902-1905; returned to N. Y. City, 1905,
where has since practised architecture; entered part-
nership with E. Lansing Satterlee, forming firm of
Satterlee & Boyd, 1908. Interested in designing of
residences, churches, and monumental architecture.
Among other works are Parish House for St. Ann's
Church in memory of the Rev. Thomas Gallaudet, D.
D., founder of Soc. for deaf mutes; the Memorial
Reredos to Bishop Satterlee in Calvary Ch., N. Y.
City; Memorial Entrance Porch on Church of Holy
Communion, N. Y. City; Residence of Adm'l A. T.
Mahn, Quogue, L. I., the Manursing Island Club at
Rye, N. Y. Mem. Soc. of Beaux Arts Architects, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Clubs: Columbia Univ.,
Manursing Island (Rye, N. Y.). Address: 3 W. 29th
St., N. Y. City.

BOYD, ROBERT EDWARD

Registrar The Farmers' Loan and Trust Co.; b. N.
Y. City, March 16, 1861; s. David I. and Mary Boyd;
father's family came to N. Y. City from Albany about
1798: m. Martha Fouke Hastings (born Fouke), or
Washington, D. C. Residence: 409 W. 21st St. Ad-
dress: 22 William St., N. Y. City.

BOYD, ROBERT M., JR.

Lawyer; b. Montclair, N. J., May 5, 1863; s. Robert
M. and Kate B. (Crane) Boyd; grad. Yale Coll., A. B.,
1884; Columbia Law Sch., LL. B., 1886; Columbia Sch.
Polit. Science, A. M. ; m. New London, Conn., Oct 26,
1898, Edith Bancroft. Mem. bar of N. Y. and N. J.,
practising law in both States. Dir. and counsel
Montclair Free Public Library. Recreation: Tennis.
Assembly of N. J., 1901-1903. Republican; Congrega-
tionalism Mem. Phi Delta Phi, Psi Upsilon frater-
nities, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Mem. B'd Trustees
Montclair Free Public Library. Recreation: Tennis.
Clubs: Lawyers, Essex County, Montclair. Address:
203 Broadway, N. Y. City.

BOYD, WILLIAM A.

Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 25, 1841; s. John T. and
Hannah Agnes (Shed) Boyd; grad. Columbia Coll., A.
B., 1861 (A.M.); m N. Y. City, April 16, 1873, Adeline
Todd Speaight (deceased); children: Adeline Virginia
(wife William West Shaw), Beatrice Speaight (wife
William J. Peters), Addle Storm (wife George Hom-
er Tower), Natalie Graham, Leontine Augusta, Con-
stance Chauncey, Gansevoort Melville. Admitted to
bar 1862, and since practising law. Corp'n att'y City
of N. Y., 1875-18S9. Private 71st Reg't, N. Y. State
Militia, in campaign of 1861, for protection of Capitol,
Washington; 1st lieut. 62d Reg't, N. Y. State Vols.
Pres. Veteran Ass'n 71st Reg't, N. G. N. Y., 1905-1907;
comd'r Lafayette Post, No. 140, G. A. R., 1908-1910;
senior Vice-Dep't Comd'r, Dep't of N. Y., G. A. R., 1909.
Judge Advocate Dep't. of N. Y., 1913. Episcopalian.
Mem. St. Nicholas Soc, N. Y. Biog. and Geneal. Soc,
Alumni Ass'n of Columbia Coll. Club: Church. Resi-
dence: 24 E. 78th St. Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.

BOYDEN, ALBERT AUGUSTUS

Editor; b. Sheffield, 111., April 10, 1S75; s. Albert
Woodbury and Ellen R. (Webb) Boyden; grad. Har-
vard Univ., A. B., 1898. With McClure's Magazine,
1899-1906; associated with group which purchased
American Magazine 1906, of which Is managing editor,
American Magazine amalgamated with Crowell Pub-



lishing Co., 1911. Clubs: Harvard, Players, Ardsley.
Residence: 226 E. 15th St. Address: 381 Fourth Av.,
N. Y. Citv.

BOYER, NORMAN

Editor; b. Montgomery County, Md. ; s. Emory R.
and Josephine (King) Boyer, both deceased; grad.
Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, A. B., 1901; attended
Univ. of Md., 1901-1902. With Baltimore Morning
Herald, 1898-1902; lived in Mexico, 1902-1903. In
business in Chicago, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia
until 1905. Ass't editor Success Magazine, 1905-1907;
asso. editor, 1908-1909, and mn'g editor since 1909 of
The Smart Set Magazine. Independent Democrat.
Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Southern Soc. of N. Y., Phi
Sigma Kappa fraternity. Club: Graduates. Address:
452 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.

BOYESEN, ALGERNON

Author; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 13, 1881; s. Hjalmar
Hjorth (late Norwegian poet and novelist, and prof.
Germanic literature, Columbia Univ.) and Elizabeth
(Keen) Boyesen; ed. Columbia Univ., class of 1904
(did not complete course); played end on 'Varsity
football team; m. Pleasantville, N. Y. Sept. 1903,
Adelaide Mott Barclay. Mn'g editor 'Cosmopolitan
Magazine, 1902-1903. Contributed short stories, poems
etc., to periodicals. First story published in Lippin-
cott's Monthly, 1002. Author: A Passion in a Suburb
(play in one act), produced at Berkeley Lyceum, N.
Y. City, Mar., 1004; The Other Mary (in which Mme.
Nazimova toured, 1011-1912); has contracts for several
plays, etc Mem. Alpha Delta Phi. Lives half of
each year in Paris and Rome. Club: The Strollers
(N. Y. City). Address: "The Willows" Westbury,
L. I., N. Y.

BOYESEN, HJALMAR HJORTH, 2D

Lawyer, editor," author; b. Ithaca, N. Y. July 7,
1S79; s. Hjalmar Hjorth and Elizabeth Morris (Keen)
Boyesen; grad. Columbia Coll., A.B., 1900; Columbia
Law Sch., LL.B., 1904; unmarried. Associated in prac-
tice with Sullivan & Cromwell, lawyers, since 1904.
Mn'g editor Cosmopolitan Magazine 1900-1903; editor
Twentieth Century Magazine, 1903; asso. editor Wo-
man's Home Companion, 1905-1906. Mem. Alpha Delta
Phi Club Alumni Ass'n, Columbia Univ. Democrat;
Episcopalian. Recreations: Tennis, swimming, riding.
Clubs: Columbia Univ., Reform. Residence: 137 E.
19th St. Address: 49 Wall St.. N. Y. City.

BOYLAN, JOHN J.

Real estate broker, state senator; b. 1878; ed. public
sens.; grad. Cathedral Sch., N. Y. City. Started in
real estate business and has been engaged In that
line ever since. Organized and is sec. 22d Ward Tax-
payers' Ass'n (was its first sec). Treas. Thomas J.
McManus Ass'n Bld'g Fund; has been pres. Anchor
Council, C. B. L., for a number of years, and is a
mem. State Council, C. B. L., Knight of Columbus,
Ancient Order of Hibernians, Redmen, West Side Tax-
payers' Ass'n, etc Elected to Assembly on Democratic
ticket, 1910, 1911. 1912; elected to State Senate. 1913.
Clubs: Catholic. National Democratic. Residence: 418
W. 51st St. Address: 402 W. 51st St., N. Y. City.

BOYLE, CHARLES CUMBERSON

Physician; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 19, 1S54: s. John
Churchill and Anna Augusta (Cook) Boyle; direct
descendant George Stanton, who settled in N. Y. from
West Indies, whose g.-g.d. married in Trinity Ch. in
1794, Caleb Boyle; g.-g.-g.s. Nathaniel Holmes; on
mother's side descendant of Cooks of Monmouth Co.,
N. J., and Cumlbersons of L. I., all ancestors in this
country before Revolution; ed. N. Y. Citv schs.; grad.
N. Y. Homce. Coll. and Hosp., 1S77; m. X. Y. Citv, Oct.
13, 1881, Isabel Stacey Watkins; children: William
Churchill Boyle (deceased), Stacey Watkins Boyle.
M.D. Engaged in practise as specialist in diseases of
eye and ear. Eye and ear surgeon to N. Y. Ophthal-
mic Hosp., Metropolitan Hosp., Blackwell's Island
Dep't of Charities, sec, of Med. B'd of Metropolitan
Hosp. Served eight years in 7th Reg't, N.G.N.Y. Re-
publican; Episcopalian. Mem. Sons of Revolution.
Residence: Greenwich, Conn. Address: 40 E. 41st
St., N. Y. City.

BOYLE, JOHN J.

Sculptor; b. N. Y. City. Jan 12, 1851; s. Samuel and
Catherine (McAuley) Boyle; ed. in public and private
schs.; learned trade of stone carver; student of draw-
ing, Franklin Inst. (Philadeli 74: student
of anatomy and dissecting under Dr. AY. Keen
Philadelphia; studied at Acad, o: . rts. Phila-
delphia, 1S75-1S76; Ecole des aus >aris, 1877-
18S0; m. Philadelphia, 1882. J larroll. En-
gaged as sculptor since 1876; jrk, Indian
group, Lincoln Park, Chicago In Europe,
1SS4-18S7; executed group, Th>; Sti for which
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was placed m Fatrmount Park, Philadelphia, 1887.
Other prominent works: Bacon and Plato statues
(rotunda Cong. Library. Washington): Benjamin
Franklin (in front of Philadelphia Post-office; re-
plica erected in Paris, April, 1906, under auspices of
French Gov't), besides numerous busts, medallions,
etc. Received medals from Ecole des Beaux Arts,
Paris; World's Columbian Exp'n, Chicago, 1893; Pan-
Am. Exp'n, Buffalo, 1901. Appt'd mem. Art Comm'n
Greater N. Y., Jan. 1, 1906. Mem. Nat. Sculpture
Soc. (8 years of Exec. Council), Architectural League,
N. V. Clubs: T-Square (Philadelphia). National Arts
(X. Y. City). Address: 211 W. tilth St., N. Y. City.

BOYNTON, CHARLES HOMER

Clergyman; b. Lake Side, Wayne Co., N. Y., Dec. 7,
1S58; s. Lorenzo R. and Harriet M. tXorthrup) Boyn-
ton; grad. Brockport State Normal Sch.. 1SS0; Univ.
of Rochester, A.B. (Phi Beta K L886; Hen. Theol.

Sem.. N. Y. City, B.D., 1888; N. 1". Univ.. N. Y. City
(.post-grad.), Ph.D., 1SS9; m. June 1. 1S92, Frances
Howland Cogswell, d. William F. and Martha (Breck)
Cogswell, of Rochester, N. T.; children: Richard, b.
1S95; James Breck, b. 1S98; Martha Cogswell, b. 1904;
Charles Francis, b. 1906. Prin. Macedon Acad., Mace-
don Center, N. Y., 1SS0-1SS2; curate Christ Ch.,
Rochester, N. Y., 1SS9-1S90; rector St. Michael's,
Geneseo, N. Y., from June, 1890-Oct., 1909, and since
rector emeritus of same. Mem. Ecclesiastical Court,
examining chaplain and deputy to Gen. Conv., Diocese
or' Western N. Y. Lecturer on liturgies and homiletics,
De Lancey Div. Sch.; now prof, of homiletics
and pedagogy in Gen. Theoi. Sem., Chelsea Sq., N. Y.
City. Trustee Cary Collegiate Inst, Oakfield, N. Y.
Ex-pres. Country Parsons' Club; grand chaplain Gam-
ma Sigma fraternity; mem. Alpha Delta Phi fra-
ternity, F. and A. M. (past master), and Royal Arch
Chapter. Traveled in Europe summer of 1S94 and
1012. Attended Lambeth Conf. of 1S97, as chaplain
to Bishop of Western X. Y. Address: 129 Eagle St.
Englewood, N. J.

BOYNTON, FRANK DAVID

Sup't sehs., Ithaca, X. Y.; b. Potsdam, X. Y., April
29, 1S63: s. Franklin and Julina (Hayes) Boynton;
grad. Potsdam State Normal, 1SS7; Middlebury Coll.
(Vt), A.B., 1891; Hamilton Coll., A.M., 1S94; Syracuse
Univ., D.Ped., 1903; m. 1st Potsdam, N. Y., June 23,
1886, Flora E. White, of Nichotville, N. Y. (died July
18, 1905); children: Prank David, Jr., and Barbara^
twins, b. Feb. 14, 1896; Paul White, b. Nov. 5, 1897;
Beatrice, b. Feb. 9, 1903; m. 2d, Nov. 29, 1906, Jane E.
Williams, of Ithaca, N. Y.; one d. Jane, b. Mar. 11,
1912. Principal Union Sch. and Acad.. Webster, N.
Y. 1891-1S92; principal Ithaca High Sch. since 1893;
sup't schools, Ithaca, since 1900. Chm'n of committee
from Associated Academic Principals of N. Y. State
having in charge 1900 and 1905 editions of Regents
Syllabus; appt'd 'by chancellor of Univ. of State of N.
Y. to arrange suggested course of study for high .schs.
of X*. Y. State; mem. State Examination B'd since
1907. Dir. Ithaca Conservatory of Music. Trustee
First M. E. Ch., Ithaca. Mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon
fraternity, Am. Social Science Ass'n, Nat. Herbart
Soc, Nat. Edn'l Ass'n, N. Y. State Council of Sup'ts,
Academic Principals' Council; was pres. 1904-1905,
now life mem. and mem. Exec. Com., N. Y. State
Teachers' Ass'n. Founder and editor N. Y. State
Teacher, vols. 1, 2, 3. Author: Plane and Solid
Geometry, 1900; Syllabus of Civics. 1901; Manual of
Civics, 1902; School Civics, 1904; contb'r to edn'l maga-
zines. Clubs: Town and Gown, Country (Ithaca). Ad-
dress: Ithaca, N. Y.

BOYNTON, GEORGE RUFUS

Artist: b. Pleasant Grove, Wis., s. David and Julia
(Hancock) Boynton; ed. in Minnesota, in high sch.
and Normal Coll.; came to N. Y. City, 1875, and at-
tended schools of the Nat. Acad. Design and Art Stu-
dents' League, receiving Elliot silver medal 1876; es-
tablished studio in N. Y., 1882; m. New Brighton. S.
I., July 8, 1906, Mary Ellicott Junius. Painted portraits
of Gen. Frederick Dent Grant, Gen. Alexander S.
Webb, Gen. Stewart L. Woodford, Gen. James Grant
Wilson, Gen. C. S. Roe, Commodore Clarence D. Post-
ley, Commodore P. G. Bourne, Mrs. F. G. Bourne,
Rear Admiral Joseph B. Coghlan and others. Por-
traits hung in Union League Club, Acad, of Medicine,
City Coll. of X. Y., Seventh Reg't, West Point, X. Y..
X. Y. Yacht Club, Larchmont Yacht Club and private
galleries and collections. Residence: New Brighton,
S. I. Address: 58 W. 57th St., X. Y. City.

BRACE, CHARLES LORING

Sec. Children's Aid Soc; b. Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., June
2, 1S55; s. Charles L. and Letitia (Neill) Brace; ed.
Phillips Acad., Andover, Mass.; Yale (Scientific). Ph.B.,
1S76; m. Dobbs Ferry. Jan. 15, 1885, Louise Warner;
five children Engaged in railroad construction as



civil ong'r in Middle West until 1S90, when was in-
vited to succeed father as sec. Children's Aid Soc of
New York. Under his administration tho society has,
since 1890, expended over SlO.OOu.oiK) In improving
conditions of the poor children of city; during that
time over 100,000 have been taught in industrial schs.
for poor children, over 60,000 homeless boys have been
cared for in various newsboys' lodging houses and
farm schools, and about 25,000 orphans have been
received into homes of farmers in Western and
Southern States. Author of pamphlets, reports and
addresses on the subject of the care of neglected
children. Clubs: Century, City, National Arts. Ad-
dress: 535 Park Av., N. Y City.

BRACKETT, EDGAR T.

Lawyer; b. Wilton, Saratoga Co., N. Y. July 30,
1S53; s. William and Elizabeth A. (Sherman)' Brackett;
? d i, Co T r T ne n H Coll., Mt. Vernon, la., A.B., 1S72. A.M.,
18 id, LL.D., 1S9S; m. Saratoga Springs N. Y Xov

22, 1882, Emma Corliss; one son: Charles W., b. 1S93 -
Studied law in office of Pond & French; admitted to
bar 1S75, and became mem. law firm Pond, French &
Brackett, 1876, and later became head of firm
Brackett, Butler & Baucus; since 1893 practising alone.
Senator 28th Senatorial Dlst.. 1890-1907. Pres Adiron-
dack Trust Co.; dir. G. F. Harvey Co., Congress
Springs Co. (v. -p.). Republican; Methodist. Mem. Am
Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Hist. Soc, Saratoga Athenaeum
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Clubs: Saratoga, Glens Falls.
Address: Saratoga Springs, X'. Y.

BRACKETT, JOHN Q. A.

Lawyer; b. Bradford, X. II., June 8, 1S42; s. Ambrose
S. and Nancy (Brown) Brackett; grad. Colby Acad
New London, N. H., 1861; Harvard Coll., A.B 1865
(class orator); Harvard Law Sch., LL.B., 180S- m.
Arlington, Mass., June 20, 1S78, Angie M. Peck- chil-
dren: John Gaylord, b. April 12, 1879; Beatrice, b. June

23, 18S8. Engaged in practice since admission to bar
1S68. V.-p. Mass. Real Estate Exchange; dir. Ex-
change Trust Co. of Boston. Mem. Boston Common
Council, 1873-1876; pres. 1876; mem. Mass. House of
Representatives, 1877-1881, and 18S4-1886; chm'n
Judiciary Com. 1SS4, Speaker 18S5-1886; Lieut-Gov. of
Mass. 1SS7-1889, Gov. 1890; pres. Boston Mercantile
Library Ass'n, 1871-1882; Judge-Advocate 1st Brigade,
Mass. Militia, 1874-1876; delegate-at-large and mem.
Com. on Resolutions Republican Nat. Conv., 1892;
Presidential elector-at-large, 1S96, 1900; chm'n Mass.
Presidential Electors, 1S96. Republican; Unitarian.
Mem. Mass. Bar Ass'n, Boston Bar Ass'n, Masonic fra-
ternity. Clubs: Boston, Middlesex (pres. 1893-1901),
Arlington Unitarian. Residence: 87 Pleasant St.,
Arlington, Mass. Address: 89 State St., Boston, Mass.

BRADBURY, HARRY B.

Lawyer; b. Athens Pa., April 10, 1S63; s. Daniel and
Polly (Phelps) Bradbury; descendant of the Bradbury
family of Maine, and Phelps family of Conn.; ancestors
paternal and maternal arrived in America about 1636-
several of them later soldiers in the Revolutionary!
Indian and Civil wars; ed. common and high schools,
Penn Yan and Elmira, N. Y.; m. N. Y. City Sept is
1S88, Mary V. Massey; children: Mary I. b 1890;
Henry M., b. 1891; Adele, b. 1895. In early life ma-
chinist, telegraph operator and newspaper man. Law-
yer since 1S93. Author: Workmen's Compensation and
State Insurance Law, Rules of Pleading, and eight
other law books, all published by the Banks Law Pub-
lishing Co., N. Y. City. Republican; mem. 10th Dist
Republican Clu,b, Brooklyn. Mem. N. Y. County Law-
yers' Ass'n, N. Y. State Ear Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n, Civil
Service Reform Ass'n, Acad, of Polit. Science Zool.
Soc. Clubs: Brooklyn Young Republican (Brooklyn),
Lawyers, Wawonaissa CAdirondack Mountains). Resi-
dence: 164 Sterling pi., Brooklyn. Address: 141
Broadway, N. Y. City.

BRADFORD, EDWARD ANTHONY

Journalist; b. N. Y. City, 1851; s. George Partridge
and Angelina S. (Oakes) Bradford; descendant of Gov
William Bradford, first Governor of Mass.; grad Yale'
B.A.. 1873; Univ. of N. Y., LL.B., 1S76; m. Bro'oklvn,'
N. Y.. Dec. 29, 1890, Susan Coit Packer. Was founder
and editor of the Yale Record, an undergraduate pub-
lication, still running; on staff of X. Y. Times since
graduation, first as reporter, later legislative corr. at
Albany, and for some years past as financial editor;
Am. corr. London Standard 25 years; contb'r to Har-
per's and other periodicals. Address: 175 Columbia
Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y.

BRADLEY, JAMES CHESTER

Entomologist; b. West Chester, Chester Co., Pa.,
Feb. 11, 1884: s. Daniel Hiester and Lucy Virginia
(Blanchard) Bradley; grad. Phila. Central High "Sch.,
A.B., 1003; Cornell Univ., A.B., 1906; Univ. of Calif.,



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M.S., 1907; Cornell Univ., Ph.D., l'Jlu. Made a three
months' collecting expd'n through scientifically unex-
piored parts 01 tne Selkirk -wis., British Columbia, ni
summer of 1905; second expd'n, summer 19U5. .Mum.
Cornell expd'n lor biol. survey or Oketenoke Swamp,
1012 and i013. Ass't in entomology, Cornell Univ.,
190J-1UU0, and again l'JUi-l'JU'J; iellow in entomology,
Cornell Univ., Ioo0-I9i0; ass't in entomology, Univ. 01
Calif., iyot)-l07. Sp'l ass t entomologist to state 01
Georgia since 1909. Ass't prot. systematic entomology,
Cornell Univ., since 1811. Has made research in sys-
tematic hymenopteroiogy, especially parasitic iy-
menoptera, Evanuuae oi the world, North American
Siricoidea and Amphipod Crustacea, the wing vena-
tion of Hymenopteia; lists of insects ot Georgia and
of N. Y. bellow of A.A.A.S. Mem. Am. Entom. Soc.
Uibrarian 1903-1905), Kntom. ooc. ot Am. tsec.-treas.
1906-1910), Pacific Coast Kntom. Soc, Santa Clara
Valley Kntom. Club, Deutsche Kntomoiogische Geseli-
schalt, Am. Soc. Naturalists, Seventh internat. Con-
gress of Zoology, Phila. Acad. Natural sciences, Nat.
Geog. Soc, Soc. Sigma Xi, Gamma Alpha Graduate
Scientific fraternity, asso. Ontario Kntom. Soc. Ad-
dress: Entomological .Laboratory, Cornell Univ.,
Ithaca, N. Y.

BRADLEY, THOMAS W.

Retired banker and ml'r; ex-mem. Congress; b. April
6, 1844; served in Union Army, private to capt., in
124th N. 1. Vols.; was aide-de-camp to Maj.-Gen. -uott,
ad Division, 2d Army Corps; awarded Congressional
medal ot nonor lor gallantry at Chanceiloi svilie;
brevetted major of U h. Vols, for meritorious service
during campaign terminating at Appomattox; seri-
ously wounaeu at Gettysburg, at the Wilderness, and
again 'before Petersburg; mem. Assembly in loin,
chm'n Com. on Mil. Affairs, and ass't insp.-gen. Nat.
Guard; delegate to Nat. Republican Conventions, 1892,
1&90, r9O0 and 190S; elected on Republican ticket to
58th, 59th, 60th, 61st and 62nd Congresses, from the
20th Dist. of N. Y.; declined nomination to 63rd Con-
gress. Companion of first class Mil. Order of Loyal
.Legion. Clubs: City (Newburgh, N. Y\>, Army and
Navy (N. Y. City). Address: Waiden, N. Y.

BRADY, JOHN J.

Jurist; b. N. 1'. City, Aug. 30, 1853; ed. Fordham
Univ., A.B., 1872; LL.D., 1900. Admitted to bar li>7 6;



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