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promoted to resident eng'r in charge of construction
of 13 miles of road; appt'd, 1869, resident eng'r in
charge of construction of Indianapolis & St. Louis R.
R. at Terre Haute, Ind., and later built the railroad
shops at Mattoon, 111., and other buildings on the road:
1st ass't eng'r 2 years on location and construction of
Cincinnati, Rockport & Southwestern R. R. in Southern
Indiana; connected, 1873-1878. with location and con-
struction of Cincinnati Southern R. R., first as topo-
graphical eng'r and later as div. eng'r Chattanooga
Div.; U. S. ass't eng'r in charge of improving the
Upper Div. of Mussel Shoals, Tennessee River; had
charge of locating and constructing Northern Div. of
New Orleans & Northeastern R. R.. acting also as sup't
during first year of its operation; then in private
eng'ring practice until 1887. Among other things com-
pleted first incline railroad up Lookout Mountain at
Chattanooga, Tenn., which rises 1200 feet in about
three-quarters of a mile; with Warren-Schraft As-
phalt Paving Co., 1SS7-1901, one year as ass't mg'r, 12
years as v.-p. and gen. mg'r and 6 months as pres.
until co. was merged in Asphalt Trust; during connec-
tion with that company was also in private practice
as consulting eng'r. Mem. eng'r comm'n to report on
new water works for Cincinnati, Ohio; pres. Water
Comm'n and mg'r water works at Wyoming, suburb
of Cincinnati; since March, 1901, engaged in practice
as consulting eng'r in N. Y. City. Has lectured before
Eng'ring Dep'ts of Univ. of Cincinnati. Univ. of 111.
and Cornell Univ. Author: Municipal Public Works,
1903 (Macmillan). Specifications for Street Roadway
Pavements (McGraw Hill Co.), 1913, and numerous
papers and discussions in transactions of societies and:



in technical press. Mem. B'd of Expert Eng'rs on Man-
hattan Terminal of Brooklyn Bridge, reporting in Oct.,
1901; chm'n Com. on Eng'ring and Sanitation, Mer-
chants' Ass'n of N. Y., on transportation problems of
the city, report published Aug., 1903; reported to
comm'r of docks on extension of pierhead line North
River, Manhattan, Oct., 1903. Consulting eng'r for
street pavements, Borough of Manhattan, 1905; mem.
Comm'n on Street Cleaning and Waste Disposal, re-
porting Jan., 1905; consulting eng'r (1908-1909) to the
Finance Comm'n of Boston. Chm'n (1909) State B'd to
Reappraise Railroads and Canals, N. J. Consulting
eng'r Street Dep't Chicago Comm'n on City Expendi-
tures; mem., dir. 4 years, and v. -p. 2 years Am. Soc.
Civil Eng'rs; mem. Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs, Am. Inst.
Mining Eng'rs, Am. Soc. for Testing Materials, Am.
Public Health Ass'n. Residence: East Orange, N. J.
Address: 95 Liberty St., N. T. City.


Sanitary engineer; b. New Boston, N. H., March 2,
1866; s. Joseph IC and Sarah A. (Chandler) Whipple;
grad. Inst, of Technology, Boston, .Mass., B.S., 1899; m.
June 29, 1S93, Mary E. Rayner; children: Marion, b.
1900, Joseph Rayner, b. 1905. Biologist, Boston Water
Works, 1S89-1897; Brooklyn and N. Y. Water Works,
1897-1904; dep't eng'r, Comm'n on Additional Water
Supply, N. Y., 1903. Prof, sanitary eng'ring Harvard
Univ. since 1911. Mem. Soc. of Am. Bacteriologists,
Am. Public Health Ass'n, Am. Water Works Ass'n,
N. E. Water Works Ass'n; Soc. for Promotion of En-
g'ring Ed'n, Soc. for Municipal Improvements, Soc. of
Civil Eng'rs, A. A. A. S.; mem. Am. Chem. Soc. Clubs:
Brooklyn Engineers, Technology (N. Y.), Engineers
(Boston), Colonial (Cambridge). Address: Pierce Hall,
Cambridge. Mass., and 30 E. 42d St., N. Y. City.


Phychologist; b. Danvers, Mass., June 12, 1876; s.
John F. and Cornelia E. (Hood) Whipple; grad. Brown
Univ.. A.B.. 1897; student at Clark Univ., 1897-1898.
Cornell Univ., 189S-L900, Ph.D.; m. Sept. 4. 1901, Clarice
J. Rogers. Ass't in* psychology, Cornell Univ., 1898-
1902; lecturer in science of ed'n, 1902-1904; ass't prof.,
1904-1911; ass't prof, edn'l psychology, since 1911.
Mem. B'd of Editors, Journal of Edn'l Psychology;
editor EIn'I Psychology Monographs: asso. editor
Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. Author:
Guide to High School Observation, Questions in' Gen-
eral and Educational Psychology, Questions in School
Hygiene, Manual of Mental and Physical Tests, and
contb'r of numerous articles in psychol. and edn'l
papers. Translator: Mental Fatigue (from German),

1911. Republican. Mem. Am. Psychol. Ass'n, A. A. A.
S., Phi Delta Theta. Phi Delta Kappa and Sigma Xi
fraternities. Address: Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N. Y.


Jurist; b. N. Y. City, 1853; s. George W. Whitaker;
ed. public sch., Southampton Acad., German Univ.; m.
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1884, Sadie K. Inness; children: In-
ness, b. 1S86, Kathleen, b. 1890. Appt'd deputy att'y
gen., 1883. served eight years; comm'r to codify game
laws, 1887; candidate for mem. of Legislature, 1883;
mem. B'd of Ed'n, N. Y. City, 1900-1903. Now practic-
ing law in N. Y. City; appt'd justice in Supreme Court,

1912, term expiring Dec, 1926. Democrat; Episcopa-
lian. Pres. N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, 1897-1898. Recrea-
tions: Shooting, Ashing, golf. Clubs: Manhattan (gov.).
Long Island Country (pres.), Oakland Golf, Nat. Golf
of America. Residence: 443 West End Av. Address:
Supreme Court, Chambers St., N. Y. City.


Naval architect; b. Boston, Mass., iFeb. 24, 1873; s.
Ezra Jabez and Cornelia Sophia (Clark) Whitaker; ed.
Adelphi Acad., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Yale Univ., A.B., 1896;
Cornel! Univ. (post-grad.); m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 28.
1898, Mary Louise Southard. Started as ironw-orker at
Newport News Shipbld'g & Dry Dock Co., later in
drafting room; was technical editor Motor Boat; in
business alone since 1907. Travelled extensively in
Europe and U. S. Independent; Unitarian. Formerly
mem. Soc. Naval Architects & Marine Eng'rs. and Soc.
of Naval Eng'rs; now mem. Ass'n of Engine & Boat
Mf'rs, Am. Power Boat Ass'n (sec), and Delta Tau
Delta fraternity. Recreations: Motoring, golf. Clubs:
Yale (N. Y.), Motor Boat of America and others. Ad-
dress: Nyack, N. Y.


Author; b. Brooklyn, N. Y. ; d. Moses and Calista
Prentice, grad. Packer Collegiate Inst., Brooklyn.
Teacher of Miss Whitcomb's Sch., Brooklyn, for many
years. Author: A Bunch of Wild Flowers for the
Children, Students' Topical History Chart, Heroes of
History, Young People's Story of Art. Young People's
3tory of Music. Young People's Story of American
Literature (all published bv Merrill & Co. and Dodd,

Mead & Co.). Presby'n. V.-p. Woman's Union Mis-
sionary Soc. Club: Mrs. Field Literary. Address: 103
Joralemon St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Educator, librarian; b. Kirkland, N. Y., Nov. 25, 1854; and Susan K. iKnln-i white; grad. Hamilton
Coll., A.B., 1881, Cornell Univ. (special studies, classical
philology), Ph.D., 1885; m. Utica, N. Y 1890, Minnie
Langworthy; children: John Langworthy, b. 1892, Mar-
ion Langworthy, b. 1895, Ruth Langworthy, b. 1899.
1 nst t-., Cornell Univ., 1885-1889; ass't librarian in
charge of classification and reader in Biblical Greek,
I'ornell Univ., since 18S9. Trustee, First M. E. Ch.,
Ithaca. Emerson Literary Soc. of Hamilton Coll. Re-
publican; Methodist. Mem. Am. Phllol. Soc, Am. Dia-
lect Soc, Am. Library Ass'n; Phi Beta Kappa Soc.
Address: Ithaca, N. Y.


First pres. Cornell Univ., diplomat; b. Homer, N. Y.,
Nov. 7, 1832; s. Horace and Clara (Dickson) White; ed.
Hobart Coll. and Yale, A.B., 1853 (editor Yale Literary
Magazine, Yale Literary gold medal, De Forest gold
medal, first Clark Senior prize essay), A.M., 1856; LL.D.,
Yale, Univ. of Michigan, Dartmouth, Johns Hopkins,
St. Andrew's (Scotland), Ph.D. (Jena), LH.D. (Colum-
bia), D.C.'L. (Oxford); m. 1st, 1859, Mary A. Outwater
(died 1887); 2d, 1900, Helen Magill. Travelled in Eu-
rope and studied at Univs. of Berlin and Paris. 1853-
1856; returned to America, 1857, and became prof. Eng-
lish literature and history, Univ. of Mich.; resigned
from Univ., 1862; elected to N. Y. Senate, 1863; pres. of
Cornell, 1867-1885. One of presidential electors of
State of N. Y., 1872; delegate to Nat. Rep. Conv., 1872,
1884; chm'n jury of public instr'n at Phila. Centennial,
1876. Pres. Am. Hist. Soc, 1886; Am. Social Science
Ass'n, 1890-1891; attache and sec. Am. Legation, 1854-
1855; hon. comm'r to Paris Exp'n, 1878; U. S. Minister
to Germany, 1879; Am. Minister to Russia, 1892-1894;
mem. Venezuelan Comm'n, 1897; Am. ambassador to
Germany, 1897-1902; appt'd mem. Peace Comm'n and
pres. Am. Legation at The Hague, Feb. 6, 1890. Regent
of Smithsonian Inst'n, trustee Carnegie Inst'n for Re-
search, Carnegie Peace Comm'n at Washington and of
Cornell Univ. Mem. Royal Soc, Berlin, and recipient
of its gold medal for science and literature, 1902; mem.
Mass. Hist. Soc; officer Legion d'Honneur, France;
pres. Am. Social Science Ass'n. Author: History of the
Warfare of Science with Theology, 1895, 1906; Paper
Money Inflation in France (various editions); Syllabus
of Lectures on the French Revolution: Autobiography,
1905: Seven Great Statesmen in the Warfare of Hu-
manity with Unreason, 1910: also addresses, pamphlets
and contb'ns to Atlantic Monthly. McClure's Magazine,
Century Magazine. The Forum N Am. Review, etc
Clubs: Cosmos (Washington. D. C), Union Leag,ue,
"entury (N. Y. City). Address: Ithaca. N. Y.


Banker and capitalist; b. Newark O., March 25, 1867;
s. Erasmus P. and Ella (Harrington) White; ed. in
schs. of Newark, O. Mem. firm of White & Co.: bank-
ers, N. Y. City, pres. and dir. Columbia Gas and Elec-
tric Co., Cincinnati; v.-p. and dir. Cleveland Salt Co.;
dir. and mem. Exec. Com. Union Gas and Elec Co.;
dir. Independent Salt Co., Brooklyn; Cincinnati Gas
Transportation Co., Union Light, Heat and Power Co.,
Covington. Cincinnati, Covington & Erlanger Street
Street R'y Co., Covington, Ky. ; Bellevue Water, Fuel
and Gaslight Co., Bellevue, Ky. : Dayton Elec. Light
and Power Co., Dayton, Ky.; Covington Gas Light Co.,
Covington, Ky.: Citizens' Municipal Light and Power
Co., Covington, Ky.'; South Covington and Cincinnati
Street R'y Co. Covington, Ky.; Covington and Latonia
R'y Co., Covington Ky. ; Newport Electric Street R'y
Co.; Covington, Cincinnati & Rosedale R'y Co.; Cin-
cinnati, West Covington and Ludlow Street R'y Co.,
Covington, Cincinnati; Covington & Erlanger Street
R'y Co.. Covington. Ky. Address: 30 Pine St., N. Y. City.


Chief justice of U. S. ; b. in Parish of Lafourche, La..
Nov., 1845: ed. Mt. St. Mary's, near Emmitsburg, Md.;
Jesuit Coll.. New Orleans; Georgetown Coll., D. C.
Served in C. S. A.; admitted to La. bar, 1868; elected
State Senator, 1874; appt'd asso. justice of Supreme
Court, March 12, 1894: chief justice of U. S., since Dec.
19. 1910. Address: 1717 Rhode Island Av., Washing-
ton, D. C.


Lawyer; b. Amsterdam, N. Y., March 21, 1858; s. Dr.
Joseph N. and Catharine J. (Maxwell) White; ed.
Amsterdam Acad., Union Coll., A.B., 1879, Harvard
Law Sch.; m. Le Roy, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1887, Marv Lacy
Olmsted. Admitted to bar, 1884, in gen. practice at
Amsterdam, N. Y.. until 1905, since then in gen. prac-
tice at Buffalo, N. Y. ; city att'y, Amsterdam, 1887-




1890. Capt. Co. C, 203d N. Y. Vol. Inf. during Spanish
War. Mem. N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Erie County Bar
Ass'n. Trustee of Union Coll., Schenectady, N. Y.
Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc. Recreations: Golf, hand-
ball. Clubs: University, Country, Lawyers' (Buffalo).
Address: 921 Marine Bank Bld'g, Buffalo, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Deposit, N. Y., July 27, 1858; s. Adolph
and Henrietta (Alexander) White; ed. Glens Falls
Acad., A.M., Union Coll., 1913. Author: Wihite on Cor-
porations (1,500 pages), standard authority in N. V.
State for 20 years, and White's Manual for Business
Corporations: co-editor: Dill on New Jersey Corpora-
tions, and White & Goldmark on Non-Stock Corpora-
tions; writer of many articles on corporate taxation
and corp'n law. Associated with comm'rs of Statu-
tory Consolidation, and as such revised several corp'n
laws. Mem. faculty of Albany Law Sch., since 1905,
as lecturer on corp'n law. Took leading part in lib-
eralizing corp'n laws of State, 1901. Has frequently
made arguments before legislative corns, on bills re-
lating to taxation and corp'n law. Chief of corp'n
div. of Sec of State's office for 13 years. Has been
first deputy ajtt'y gen. of N. Y. State; receiver of Ham-
ilton Bank, N. Y. City, and in two months enabled
stockholders to reopen the inst'n with more than
$1,000,000 cash on hand. Has been public speaker in
nearly every important polit. campaign since 1888;
for several years past has been practicing as corp'n
law specialist. Mem. N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, N. Y.
County Lawyers' Ass'n, Albany County Bar Ass'n,
Soc. of Delaware Valley of N. Y. State Alumni Ass'n
of Albany Law Sch., Rensselaer Co. Soc. of N. Y., Al-
Ibanv Soc. of N. Y., Law Sch. Instructors' Ass'n of N.
Y., King Solomon's Lodge, No. 91, F. & A. M., and
Apollo Chapter, R. A. M., Troy, N. Y. Clubs: Albany
Lawyers', Nat. Democratic (N. Y. City). Address: 32
Liberty St., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. N. Y., July 18, 1863; s. George El.
and Ella A. (Wheeler) White; ed. Friends Sem. and
Anthon Sch.; m N. Y. City, Oct. 27, 1909, Pansy Bel-
vin. Pres. Mutual Chem. Co. of America; v.-p. Peters,
White &. Co.; treas. Phosphate Mining Co.; dir. Co-
lumbia-Knickerbocker Trust Co. Clubs: Down Town,
N. Y. Yacht, N. Y. Athletic. Residence: 12 W. 54th
St., and Great Neck, L. I. Address: 55 John St., N. Y.


Ass't mg'r, Hudson River Day Line; <b. Shellburne,
Vt.; s. Lavater Sproat and Sarah A. 'Irish) White;
grad. Univ. of Vt., C.E., 1877; m. Burlington, Vt., Aug.
18 1878, Alice C. P. Edson; one son: Lavater Edson,
b. 1880. Ass't gen. mg'r Hudson River Day Dine;
dir. Catskill & T. R. R.; Otis Elevating R. R. Repub-
lican; Episcopalian. Mem. Soc. Naval Architects and
Marine Eng'rs, Ass'n of Passenger Steamboat Line
(pres.), Alumni Ass'n Univ. of Vt., Brooklyn Soc. of
Vermonters, Nat. Science and Historical Preservation
Soc, Municipal Ant Soc, N. E. Soc; vestryman Ch. of
Messiah. Address: 104 Lefferts Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.


Physician, surgeon; b. Danbury, Conn., July 13,1866;
s. William S. and Mary Elizabeth (Nichols) White: ed.
in private schs., and by tutors in Danbury and New
Haven. Conn., Cornell Univ., Med. Coll., 1904-1906,
N. Y. Homce. Med. Coll., and Flower Hosp., N. Y. City,
1906-1908, M.D. Studied medicine under preceptors
three vears, 1881-1884. Started milk business under
name Woodlands Farm Dairy Co. Discovered new
methods for handling and fermenting milk; after IS
years, became one of largest independent and most
modern milk plants in country; business incorporated,
1912, and elected pres.; Yonkers business sold to a
large N. Y. corp'n, 1913. Made sp'l study of elec. and
physical therapeutics as well as specializing in eye,
ear, nose and throat work. Pres. George Starr White,
Inc., nrf'rs of food products for infants and invalids
and owners of sanitaria in various parts of the coun-
ty. Mugwump in politics. Mem. Am. Electro-Thera-
peutic Ass'n, Am. Inst, of Homoeopathy, N. Y. State
and Westchester Co. Homce. Med. Socs., Acad. Pathol.
Science, Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State Med. Ass'n, West-
chester Co. Med. Ass'n, Yonkers Chamt :- of Com-
merce. Club: Clinical (Yonkers). Address: Yonkers,
N. Y.


Architect; b. Brattleboro, Vt., May 12, 1877; s.
cott K. and Jennie M. (Sargent) White- ed. Mas:
Technology, B.S. in Architecture, 1899. Engag
office of McKim, Mead and White, 1899-1 ' inde-

pendent practice since 1907; studied in France and

Italy, 1908; now partner in Arm of Wilder and White.
Republican; Unitarian. Clulb: Technology. Address:
156 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Former Gov. State of N. Y., lawyer; b. Buffalo, N.
Y., Oct. 7, 1865; s. Horace K. and Marion (Strong)
White; grad. Cornell Univ., 1887 (memorial prize for
declamation, 1886; Woodford medal for oratory); Co-
lumbia Law Sch.; m. March, 1903, Mrs. Jane L. Deni-
son. Mem. firm of White, Cheney, Shinaman & O'Neill.
Senaltor representing Onondaga Co., 1895-1908; chm'n
Com. on Cities; nominated by Republican State Conv.
and elected Nov. 3, 1908, lieut.-gov. of N. Y. for 2
years, term beginning Jan. 1, 1909; became Gov. ot
State to fill unexpired term of Gov. Hughes, who re-
signed, Oct., 1910. Episcopalian. Mem. State and On-
ondaga Bar Ass'ns, Kappa Alpha Soc. Recreations:
Driving, shooting, golf. Clubs: Century, Citizens,
Country. Address: Syracuse, N. Y.


Manufacturer, banker; b. Corinth, N. Y., June 29,
1836; s. James M. and Charlotte (Cole) White; ed.
Glens Falls Acad.; m. Glens Falls, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1860,
Susan Smith: children: J. Beecher, Charlotte A. Car-
riage mf'r, inventor Joubert & White combination
Ibuckboard. V.-p. and dir. Glens Falls Trust Co. Re-
publican; Presby'n. Elk, Clubs: Glens Falls, Com-
mercial, Glens Falls. Residence: 54 Warren St. Ad-
dress: Warren and Jay Sts., Glens Falls, N. Y.


Capitalist, eng'r, contractor; b. Milroy, Pa., Aug. 29,
1861; s. Rev. J. W. and Mary Miller (Beaver) White;
grad. Pa. State College, A.B., 1882; Cornell Univ., Ph.D.,
1885; m. Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 15, 1886, Maud Mullon;
one son: James Dugald, b. May 7, 1S89. Instr. in
physics, in charge of dep't, Univ. of Nelb., 1885-1887;
pres. Western Eng'ring; Co., 1887-1890; with Edison
United Mf'g Co., 1890; in business as contractor and
eng'r, N. Y., since 1890. Pres. J. G. White & Co., Inc.,
N. Y. dir. Eng'ring Securities Corp'n, N. Y. Cardenas
Am. Sugar Co., N. Y., Investors Security Corp'n, In-
ternat. Banking Corp'n, Fellsmere Farms Co., Helena
Light & R'y Co., Southern Utilities Co., Netherlands
Tramways Co., Manila Elec. R. R. & Light Co., United
Light & R'ys Co.; chm'n J. G. White & Co., Ltd., Lon-
don. Municipal & Gen. Securities Co., Ltd., London;
chm'n Finance Com. J. G. White Eng'ring Corp'n, N.
Y., and J. G. White Mg'mt Corp'n, N. Y. Mem. Am.
Inst. Elec. Eng'rs, Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs, Am. Soc.
Mech. Eng'rs, N. Y. Elec. Soc, Nat. Civic Federation,
Pan-Am. Soc. of U. S., Chamber of Commerce, Mer-
chants Ass'n, N. Y. Clubs: Metropolitan, University,
N. Y. Athleitic, Cornell University, Ranelagh (Lon-
don), Maryland (Baltimore), Sleepy Hollow Country.
Greenwich Country, Recess, Midday. Residence: 116
Riverside Drive. Address: 43 Exchange PI., N. Y.


Author, editor, publisher; b. Newiburyport, Mass.,
July 3, 1845; ed. in schools of Newburyport; m. Jan.
28, 1869, Florence C. Derby; four children, the eldest,
George Derby, being treas. in publishing house. Re-
moved to San Francisco at age of 17 and entered em-
ploy of H. H. Bancroft & Co., booksellers and sta-
tioners, as clerk, and after six months became head
of book dep't. After ten years' service resigned, and
in 1873 established publishing house of James T.
White & Co., which became gen ag'ts and mg'rs for
D. Appleton & Co., for Pacific Coast; transferred head-
quarters to N. Y. City, 1886. Invented White's phy-
siol. manikin 1884, which had a sale of over 50,000 to
schs. and physicians. Conceived plan of publishing
The National Cyclopedia of American Biography, as-
suming the chief editorial management. Pres. James
T. White & Co., Nat. Press Bureau, Onondaga Mining
Oo. Founder of the Character Development League;
mem. Poetry Soc. of America, Author's Club, London.
Author: Flowers from Arcady; Captive Memories; For
Lovers and Others; Character Lessons in Am. Bi-
ographv; also contb'r to current magazines. Address:
70 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon- b. Charleston, S. C. Oct. 9, 1850;
s. Octavius A. (M.D.) and Claudia R. Bellinger; ed.
Phillips-Exeter Acad., N. H.; grad. Harvard Coll.,
1873; Coll. Phys. and Surg., Med. Dep't, Columbia
Univ.; licentiate N. H. State B'd Med. Examiners;
also Fla. State B'd Med. Examiners; m. Portland, Me.,
Oot. 25, 1877, Margaret Stuyvesant Jackson. Inventor,
several useful surg. instruments; sp'l attention given
to med. and surg. diseases of chest, heart and lungs;
served as sanitary insp., N. Y. Health Dep't, 1875-
1886; visiting physician, N. Y. City Hosp., 12 years;



surgeon N. Y. Oo. Prison Hosp. at present. Mem. N.
Y. Acad. Medicine. N. Y. State and County Soc, North-
western Med. & Surg. Soc, Med. Ass'n of Greater N.
Y. "Residence (summer): Mount Washington Hotel.
Bretton Woods. White Mts., N H., (winter): Ormonii
Beach, Fla. Address: 1013 Madison Av. r N. Y. City.


Banker; b. N. Y. City, April 3, 1S67: s. Leonard D.
and Mary G. (Van Dusen) White; grad. Columbia
Univ., A.B., 1SS7; m. N. Y. City. June 17, 1908. Mar-
garet Boyd. Mem. White & Blackwell, since 1S94,
and of N. Y. Stock Exchange since 1SS9. Treas. and
dir. Chapter Realty Oo. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc,
N. Y. Zool. Soc., Delta Upsilon fraternity. Treas. and
dir. Jennie Clarkson Home. Club: Columbia Univer-
city. Address: 52 Broadway, N. Y. City.


State Senator; b. Duanesburg, N. Y., 1863; ed. pub-
lic sens, and Quaker St. Literary Inst. Formerly
postmaster of Delanson. Justice of Peace, Duanes-
burg, 14 years; supervisor of Schenectady County, 2
years; elected mem. Assembly, 1908, 1909; elected
State senator from 31st senatorial dist. 1910, and
1912. CDemoorait. Address: Delanson, N. Y.


Editor; b. N. Y. City, Sept. 21, 1857; academic ed'n
in N. Y. City; studied 2 years in France and Germany;
unmarried. On editorial staff of Frank A. Munsey
Co., and dramatic editor Munsey's Magazine. Author:
One of the Profession, 1896; The Affair in Islington,
1897; A Born Aristocrat, 1898; Stop, Look and Listen
(one act play), 1906. Residence: 630 W. 141st St.
Address: 175 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.


Author; b. Ahmednuyar, India, Nov. 4, 1866; s. Capt.
A. H. and Mary Risdon (Davey) White; attended
United Service Coll., England; m. Southampton, Eng.,
Margaret Couper. Traveled in India, Australia, South
Seas, Central America, etc Was capt. in Scottish
Rifles. Recreation: Yachting (formerly owner of
yaclut "Widgeon"). Club: Authors. Address: 81
Morningside Av., N. Y. City.


Bup't Gov't Hosp. for the Insane; b. Brooklyn, N.
Y., Jan. 24, 1870; s. Alanson and Harriet Augusta
(Hawley) White; ancestry Am. for several genera-
tions; ed. public schs., grad. Brooklyn High Sch., 1S84,
Cornell Univ., 1SS5-1S89; L. I. Coll. Hosp., M.D., 1S91.
Was house and ambulance surgeon Eastern Dist.
Hosp.. Brooklyn, house physician at Almshouse and
Workhouse hosps., Bjackwell's Island N. Y., and
house physician and surgeon, L. I. Coll Hosp. Med.
Coll., Brooklyn. Mem. med. staff N. Y. State Hosp.,
Binghamton, N. Y., 1892-1903; and resigned as first
ass't physician of that inst'n on his apptm't as sup't
Gov't Hosp. for Insane, Washington, D. C.. which has
filled since Oct. 1, 1903. Prof, nervous and mental
diseases in Sch. of Medicine, Georgetown Univ.; prof,
nervous and mental diseases in Sch. of Medicine,
George Washington Univ.; leoturer on insanity for
U. S. Navy and U. S. Army med. schs. Mem, advis-
ory b'd of editors Journal of Nervous and Mental
Diseases, N. Y. City; author of Outlines of Psychiatry,
Mental Mechanisms, and numerous articles having to
do with insanity, and contb'r to current literature of
that subject. Editor (with Dr. S. E. Jelliffe): Modern
Treatment of Nervous and Mental Diseases; Nervous
and .Mental Disease Monograph Series and The Psy-
choanalytic Review. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, Am. Med-
ieo-Psychol. Ass'n, Washington Acad. Sciences, Nat.
Geog. Soc, Dist. of Columbia Med. Soc. Club: Cosmos.
Address: Government Hosp. for Insane, Washington,
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Retired merchant; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1843;
s. Alexander Moss and Elizabeth (Tredway) White;
ed. Brooklyn Poly. Inst., 1855-1859, Harvard, 1859-
1S63, A.B., 1863; m. Brooklyn, April 29, 1868, Harriet
Hillard; children: Mrs. William Emerson, Alexander
M., Harold T Mrs. Frances M. Weld. Senior partner
W. A. & A. M. White; chm'n Finance Com. Washing-
ton Water Power Co. of Spokane. Trustee Brooklyn
Public Library; v. -chm'n Polytechnic Inst., Brooklyn.
Olubs: Century, University, Grolier (N. Y. City), Ham-

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