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lumbia, 1905); Bervl Madeline. Practitioner of corp'n
law in England, France, Spain, Hungary, Mexico. Cen-
tral and S. America. Now engaged largely in gold and
copper mining in Mexico. Republican; active as
speaker in Presidential campaigns. Author: Paths to
Power: Man Limitless: Through Silence to Realiza-
tion- The Discovery of the Soul: translated (Spanish
to English) La Coia' y el Encojido. Lecturer and writer
on advanced thought and psychic subjects. Mem. Nat.
Geog Soc Mem. Am. Inst, for Scientific Research.
Mason (Scottish Rite and Mystic Shriner. Clubs: Lo-
tos Delta Kanna E] Residence: 101 W. 85th St.
Address: 50 Church St., N. Y. City.


Actor, mg'r. aiith- lladelphia. Pa.. Feb. 7.

1854- s. Charles E. and Emily Von Erdon (Craycroft)
Wilson; ed. public s h -SSI, Mira M. Barrie:



children: Francis, b. 1885; Adelaide, b 1SS7. Author:
"The Eugene Field I Knew," "Joseph Jefferson," "Kec-
ollection of a Player." Has starred in Cousin Billy,
season 1904-1905; The Mountain Climber, and the one
act play, The Little Father of the Wilderness, season
1905-1906; When Knights Were Bold, season 1907-190S.
In his own play, The Bachelor's Baby, season 1909-1910-
1911; The Spiritualist, 1913. Recreation: Golf. Club*:
Players, Dramatists, Lambs, Wykagyl Golf, Lake Ma-
hopac Golf, Wykagyl. Address: 24 Gramercy Park,
N. Y. City.


Physician, Mem. Congress; b. Roxbury, N. Y., 1S57;
e. Robert F. Wilson; lived at Roxbury until age of 12,
when parents moved to Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; ed.
Poughkeepsie Mil. Aiead., Jefferson Med. Coll., Phila-
delphia, M.D., 1882; practised in Dutchess Co. until
1889, when removed to present home in Brooklyn.
Mem. Kings Co. Med. Soc. Physician to Bushwick and
Swedish Hosps.; mem. Kings Co. Med. Soc. Affiliated
with Ridgewood Lodge, F. and A. M., and all bodies of
the Scottish Rite and Mystic Shrine, Kismet Temple;
foremost in the org'n of Bushwick Council Royal Ar-
canum, and assisted in org'n of Court Bushwick, For-
esters of America, of which has since been med. exam-
iner. Mem. regular Dem. dist. org'n. Mem. 56th, 57th,
58th, 62nd and 63rd Congresses. Address: 1242 Bush-
wick Av Brooklyn, N. T.


Teacher; b. Marion, Ind., June 17, 1876; s. F. S. and
Kathrine (Giles) Wilson; ed. under mother (teacher),
Lauderbach Coll., Philadelphia. Toured ten years on
stage; returned to N. Y'. and played in vaudeville ten
years; won world's championship for dancing, 1904
and 1907; toured in U. S. and Europe instructing ballet
masters, also lecturing on science, art and dancing;
founded Modern Dance Inst'n at Aeolian Hall. 1913.
Author: The Spirit of Modern 'Dance; publisher and
editor Modern Dance Magazine. Independent. Resi-
dence: 300 W. 49th St. Address: 33 W. 42nd 'St., N. Y.


Life ins. official; b. X. Y. City. Sept. 23, 1859; s. John
Cochran and Eliza Macgregor Wilson; ed. public schools
and Coll. City of N. Y.; m. N. Y. City Jan. 9, 1S84,
Carlotte Elizabeth Todd; children: Elsie, Alice, Janet.
Started as office boy with Equitable Life Assurance
Soc; later gen. utility man in company's offices; suc-
cessively 2d ass't sec, ass't sec, 5th v. -p., 3d v.-p., was
elected second v.-p., March, 1907. Trustee Equitable
Trust Co.; dir. Equitable Life Assurance Soc. Am,
Surety Co., Union Exchange Bank. Mem. Met. Museum
of Art, Am. Museum of Natural History. Botanical Gar-
den, N. Y. Zool. Garden, Chamber of Commerce, The
Pilgrims. N. E. Soc, St. Andrews Soc, St. George Soc.
Am. Chamber of Commerce, Paris. Clubs: Union
League, Princeton, Calumet. N. Y. Athletic, N. Y. Yacht,
Lotos, Lawyers. Aero, Knollwood, Nassau, Princeton
University Cottage (Princeton); Bath (London), Amer-
ican (Paris). Residence: 145 W. 58th St. Address:
165 Broadway. N. Y. City.


Author, editor; b. Edinburgh, Scotland, April 28.
1832; s. William and Jane (Sibbald) Wilson; ed Col-
lege Hill, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and private tutors.
Traveled in Europe, and in 1S57 established The Chi-
cago Record, a literary journal, which was discontin-
ued in 1864. Entered Union Army as major 15th 111.
Cav., serving in Vicksburg and other campaigns, until
Julv, 1865, when resigned with rank of brig.-gen.; m.
1869. Emily J. G. Cogswell, mem. Bayard family (died
1904): m. 1907. Mrs. Mary H. Nicholson (widow of Ad-
miral Nicholson. U. S. X.). Erected statues in Central
PaTk to poet Halleck and Christopher Columbus (for
which was Knighted by Queen Regent of Spain) and
was chm'n Com. in charge of the Nat. Maine Monu-
ment, dedicated on Memorial Day, 1913. Since 1S65 en-
gaged in literary pursuits in N. Y. Citv; also a popu-
lar lecturer and speaker. Edited Memo'rial History of
the City of New York, Appletons' Cyclopaedia of Am.
Biography, the Great Commanders Series Author of
various works, including The Life of General Grant.
Bryant and His Friends. Life Fitz-Greene Halleck.
Sketches of Illustrious Soldiers, Centennial History P.
E. Diocese of New York. Thnckerav in the United
States, as well as many other books on hist., literary
and biog. subjects and articles in magazines; his lat-
est work is a revised and enlarged edition of the 28
Presidents of the United States. 1913. Pres Am. Eth-
nol. Soc; v.-p. Am. Ch. Bld'g Fund Comm'n, Soc for
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Hudson Fulton
Comm'n (acting pres.l; mem. Roosevelt Reception
Com.: mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion. Clubs: Ath-
enaeum (London), and Titmarsh Club, and v.-p. Lincoln
Fellowship, etc Address: 143 W. 79th St., N. Y. Citv.


Banker; b. N. Y. City; s. Richard T. Wilson; grad.
Columbia Univ., 1887; m. N. Y. City, 1902, Marion S.
Mason. Head of Arm R. E. Wilson .4 Co. Mem. Co-
lumbia Alumni Ass'n. clubs; N. Y. Yacht, N. Y. Ath-
letic, Knickerbocker, Union, Metropolitan, Down Town,
'luil and Field, Colony, Racquet and Tennis, St. An-
il v. South Side Sportsman's. Address: 14 Wall St.,

N. Y. City.


State Senator; b. Hall, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1852; s. John
C. and Catherine (Burrell) Wilson; ed. Hall dist. sch.
and Canandaigua Acad.; m. Margaret Scoon; children:
Charles, John, Anna. Supervisor of Seneca, N. Y.,
1894-1900 (twice chm'n of B'd) ; appt'd mem. B'd of
Control, N. Y. State Agr'l Experiment Station, 1902 by
Gov. Odell; reappt'd by Gov. Hughes and Gov. Sulzer;
1007-1913 chm'n of B'd. Elected mem. Assembly 1010;
re-elected 1011; elected State Senator from 42d sena-
torial dist. 1912. Republican. Appt'd by Gov. Hughes
1000, mem. B'd of Trustees, Cornell Univ., reappt'd by
Gov. Dix 1012; now chm'n State Coll. council and mem.
Bld'g Com. Address: Hall, N. Y.


Banker, real estate; b. Boston, Mass.; s. William
Henry and Elvy Margarette (Lynch) Wilson; ed. pub-
lic sens, of Chelsea, Mass.; m. Mary B., d. Judge L. B.
Otis; children: Irene, Marjorie Otis, Walter Otis, Lau-
rence Otis. V.-p. Central Trust Co. of 111., dir. Chicago,
Savings Bank & Trust Co. Comptroller of Chicago,
1907-.1911; Western treas. Republican Nat. Com., 1912.
Republican; Episcopalian. Recreation: golf. Clubs:
Chicago, Onwentsia, Chicago Golf, University, Middav,
Saddle & Cycle, Commercial, Old Elm. Residence: 2610
Prairie Av. Address: 520 The Rookery, Chicago, 111.


Secretary of Labor; b. Blantyre, Scotland, April 2,
1862; s. Adam and Helen Nelson (Bauchop) Wilson;
came to U. S. 1870, and settled in Arnot, Pa.; ed. com-
mon schools of Pa.; m. June 7, 1883, Agnes William-
son. Engaged in business as miner 1871-1898; later
in farming at Blossburg, Pa. Mem. 60th, 61st and 62d
Congresses from 15th Pa. dist. Chm'n Com. on Labor
(i2d Congress. Appt'd Sec. of Labor March 5, 1013.
Internat. sec. and treas. United Mine Workers of
America 1900-190S. Address: Dep't of Labor, Wash-
ington, D. C.


President of tt r v. stQn n tjvriVo d 6 c 28, 1856;
s. Rev. Joseph-RT and Jessie (Woodrow) Wilson; of
Scotch-Irish descent; ed. by private tutors, and at
schs. of Augusta, Ga, and Columbia, S. C; grad.
Princeton Univ., A.B., 1S79; A.M., 1882; Univ. of Va
LL.B., 1883; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Univ., 1886, LL.D..
1902; LL.D., Rutgers Coll., 1902; Univ. of Pa:, 1903;
Brown Univ., 1903; Harvard Univ., 1907; Williams
Coll., 1908; Dartmouth, 1909; Litt.D., Yale Univ., 1901;
m. Savannah, Ga., June 24, 1885, Ellen Louise Axson;
children: Margaret Woodrow, Jessie Woodrow (Mrs.
Francis B. Sayre), Eleanor Randolph. Removed to
Atlanta, Ga., 1882; practiced law there two years; did
post graduate work in Johns Hopkins Univ., 18S5-1SSS,
prof, history and polit. economy, Bryn Mawr Coll., 1885-
1888; and at Wesleyan Univ. 1888-1900; lecturer Johns
Hopkins Univ., 1887-1898; prof, jurisprudence and
polit. economy Princeton Univ., 1890-1892; McCormirk
prof, of jurisprudence same Univ. 1897; pres. of the
Univ. 1902-1910. when elected Gov. of N. J.; resigned
governorship to accept nomination of Pres. of U. S.,
1012; elected Pres. Nov. 1912. Democrat; Presby'n.
Mem. Am. Hist. Ass'n, Am. Economic Ass'n, Am. Acad.
Polit. and Social Science, Am. Polit. Science Ass'n:
hon. mem. Mass. Hist. Soc. Author: Congressional
Government. 1885; State-Elements of Historical and
Practical Politics, 1889; Division and Reunion, 1893:
An Old Master, and Other Political Essays, 1893;
Mere Literature and Other Essays, 1S96; Life of George
Washington, 1896: History of the Am. People, 1002:
Constitutional Gov. in the United States, 1908. Ad-
dress: White House, Washington, D. C.


Writer; b. La Fayette, Ind., Julv 1. 1870; s. John
Augustine and Elbra Cecilia (Patti) Wilstach; grad.
St. Viateur's Coll., Kankakee. 111., A.B. For ten years
preceding and until Richard Mansfield's death was his
business mg'r and literary adviser. Conb'r to maga-
zines; playwright and author. Plays: Bridget, Bluff,
A Gay Deceiver, A Partial Eclipse, A Capitol Comedv,
Polly Primrose, Keegan's Pal, The Poor Rich, Thais
(all professionally produced). Author (books): Soli-
taire (fifty Games of Patience), Life of Richard Mans-
field (Scribners. 1908). Club: The Plavers. Address:
The Players Cluh, 16 Gramercy [Park, N. Y. Citv.




Lawyer; b. Pittstord, N. Y Jan. 13, 1839; s. James
Martin and Emily Ward (Hastings) Wiltsie; of old
Dutch colonial ancestry; ed. Brbckport State Normal
Sen. ; grad. Univ. of Rochester, A.B., 18S0, later A.M.;
studied at Univs. of Gottingen and Berlin, 1880-1881;
m. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 5, 1893, Harriet Potter Hart;
One d. : Mary Emily, b. 1897. Admitted to bar of
Rochester, N. Y., 1883, where has since practised. Trav-
eled extensively in Europe, Asia and Africa, 1889-1890,
and made trip around the world 1S92-1S93. Author of
a standard treatise (2 volumes) on Law of Mortgage
Foreclosures, 1S89, 3d edition, 1913. Republican; Pres-
by'n. Mem. Rochester Hist. Soc, S. A. R., Delta Psi
fraternity. Trustee Rochester Athenaeum and Me-
chanics Inst., and Rochester Public Library. Recrea-
tions: Travel, books, horses, golf. Clubs: Genesee Val-
ley, Rochester Country, University, Oak Hill Country.
Address: 123 Plymouth Av., Rochester, N. Y.


Physician and surgeon; b. Bangall, Dutchess Co., N.
Y., May 28, 1851; e. Rev. Dr. William S. and Susan A.
(Barringer) Winans; ed. Andes Collegiate Inst., Fer-
gusonville Acad., Coll. Physicians and Surgeons (Med.
Dep't Columbia), N. Y. City; m. Franklin, N. Y., March
1, 1876, 'Emma A. Jackson; one son: Ernest Jackson,
D.D.S. (died April 30, 1903). Health officer, since 1882,
for town and incorporate village of Franklin, N. Y.
Dir. and gen. mg'r, Delaware & Otsego Light & Power
Co. Republican; Presby'n. Trustee Delaware Lit.
Inst., and Franklin Union Free Sch. and Aoad. Ma-
sonic, Maccabees. Address: Franklin, Delaware Co.,
N. Y.

(Physician; b. Ulster Park, Ulster County, N. Y. ; S;
John Van Akin and Margaret M. (Deyo) Winfield; ed.
Starr's Mil. Inst., Kingston, N. Y.; grad. Bellevue Hosp.
Med. Coll., M.D., 1SS2; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., June 15,
1898, Mabel Dunning; children: Margaret, b. 1899,
James Macfarlane, Jr., b. 1900. Prof, diseases of skin,
Long Island Coll. Hosp. since 1900; visiting physician
to Kings Co. Hosp., Long Island Coll. Hosp., etc. Has
traveled and studied in Europe. Independent; Epis-
copalian. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, Dermatol. Ass'n (pres.
1913-1914), N. Y. State Med. Soc, Kings Co. Med. Soc.
(dir. and librarian, 1900, pres. 1913), N. Y. Dermatol.
Soc. (pres. 1901-1902), Associated iPhvsicians of L. I.
(pres. 1898-1901), A.A.A.S.; mem. Masonic fraternity.
Clubs: City (N. Y.), Crescent Athletic, Masonic (Brook-
lyn). Summer residence: Shoreham, L. I. Address:
47 Halsey St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Banker; b. Sandwich, Mass., Jan. 29, 1S50; s. Stephen
Rogers and Eliabeth Collins (Shove) Wing; ed. Moses
Brown Sch., Providence, R. I., 1863-1S67; m. 1st, Phila-
delphia, Apr. 30, 1873, Sophia Rhoads (died 1901); 2d,
Haverford, Pa., Nov. 20, 1912, Elizabeth Robeson Wood;
one son: Asa Shove. Jr., b. 1913. With Provident Life
& Trust Co., Philadelphia, since 1S67, now pres. and
dir. Dir. Philadelphia Nat. Bank, Pittsburgh Termi-
nal R. R. & Coal Co. Independent Republican. Mem.
Soc. of Friends. Charter mem. and fellow Actuarial
Soc. of America, corr. mem. French Inst, of Actuaries.
Mg'r and treas. Corp'n of Haverford Coll., trustee, dir.
and treas. B'd of Trustees of Bryn Mawr Coll., over-
seer William Penn Charter Sch., pres. Penn. Soc. foi
Prevention of Tuberculosis. Recreation: Gardening.
Residence: 223 E. Central Av., Moorestown, N. J. Ad-
dress: 409 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.


Manufacturer; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 28, 1850; s. Luman
B. and Charlotte S. (Peters) Wing; grad. Coll. of City
of N. Y., A.B., 1S69; m. Salem, Mass., Laura Lewis
Savory; children: Richard D., b. 1885, Helen S., b. 18S7,
Dorothy, b. 1891, Luman B b. 1893, Kathryn, b. 1895,
Priscilla, b. 1898, Thorndyke, b. 1900. Mem. of "Wing
& Son, Inc., piano mf'rs. Democrat. Recreations:
Fishing, billiards, yachting, automobiiing. Mem. Alpha
Delta Phi fraternity, Manasquan River Yacht Club.
Address: Wing Building, 9th Av., Hudson and 13th St.,
N. Y. City.


Educator; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 29, 1S59; s. Phineas
Rice and Mary (Sands) Wing; grad. Cornell Univ., B.
Agr., 1881, M.S. in Agr., 1891; m. Clyde. N. Y., July 16,
1885, Lilian Watson; children: Lois Watson, b. Aug.
24, 1887, Paul Watson, b. April 16, 1892, Ellen Watson,
b. Mar. 22, 1904. Ass't dir. N. Y. Ag'r Exp't Sta., 1882-
18S4; adjunct prof. Ag'r, Univ., of Neb., 1SS4-1S8S;
deputy dir. and sec. Cornell Univ. Agr'l Exp't Sta,
188S-18S9; ass't prof, animal industry and dairy hus-
bandry, Cornell Univ.. 1891-1903. since 1903 prof, ani-
mal husbandry, Cornell Univ. Editor Nebraska Farm-

er, 1888. Mem. Ithaca Council, 1905-1909. Republican;
Congregationalist. Pres. Tompkins Co. Fair Grounds
Ass'n since 1906. Mem. Sigma Xi Soc; fellow A. A.
A. S.; life mem. N. Y. State Agr'l Sic, N. Y. State
Dairymen's Ass'n., Nebraska Dairymen's Ass'n. Author:
Milk and Its Products, 1897 cMacmillan & Co.). Ad-
dress: 3 Reservoir Av., Ithaca, N. Y.


Lawyer, author; b. N. Y. City, July 1, 1840; descend-
ed Horn old Colonial and Revolutionary N. E. lamily;
ed. public schs. and entered N. Y Free Acad. Admit-
ted to bar, 1861, and since then practising law in
N. Y. City, being especially active in railroad litiga-
tion; now senior mem. law firm Wingate & Cullen.
Formerly v.-p. Brooklyn Elevated R. R. Co. and dir.
in several otners; now ass't gen. counsel of Long Isl-
and R. R. and its asso. companies. Sachem of Tam-
many Hall several years, and personal counsel of late
John Kelly; counsel for Tammany Hall in its prose-
cution of Comm'r Davenport for his wholesale arrests
of naturalized citizens. Enlisted in cavalry co. at
outbreak of Civil War, 1862-1863 in 22d N. Y. N. G.
Reg't; promoted capt.; afterward prominent in Nat.
Guard, and interested in systematic rifle practice, per-
forming services for which has been often called
"The Father of Rifle Practice in America"; drafted
and secured passage of act establishing the Creed-
moor Rifle Range, constructed under his supervision.
Wrote Wingate's Manual of Rifle Practice, 1871, first
text-book on subject adapted to Am. troops; capt.
first team of Am. long-range riflemen in great
Internat. Rifle Match at Creedmoor, 1874; connected
with all other rifle teams that have shot under in-
ternat. contests; gen.-insp. rifle practice, State of
N. Y., with rank of brig.-gen., 1874-1879; was first sec.
then v.-p. and afterward pres. Nat. Rifle Ass'n; sp'l
aide on subject of military instr'n in public schs.. on
staff eomd'r-in-chief G. A. R., 1894-1898. Mem. Nat.
B'd for Promotion of Rifle Practice. Appt'd mem. B'd
Ed'n bv Mayor Low, 1901, was chm'n Com on Lec-
tures and Libraries, and prominent in establishment
of class libraries in public schs. Also in org'n and
mg'mt of Public Schs. Athletic League, of which he
has been pres. since org'n, 1904; v.-p. Recreation Com.,
since org'n, 1911. Wrote editorials against Ring
Judges in N. Y. Times in fight against Tweed Ring.
Author: On Horseback Through the Yellowstone; The
Great Cholera Riots, History of the Twenty-Second
Regiment, etc. Pres. Twilight Park Ass'n. and dir.
in various railroads and other corpn's. John A. Dix
Post, G. A. R., hon. mem. U. S. Grant Post and Old
Guard. Clubs: Century, Armv and Navy, Brooklyn,
Lincoln, Wvandanch, Field and Marine, Camp Fire,
Dvker Meadow Golf. Residence (country): Twilight
Park. N. Y., 1100 Dean St., Brooklyn. Address: 20
Nassau St, N. Y. City.


Colonel U. S. A.: b. N. Y., June 30, 1838; s. Charles
Winne, M.D., and Louisa C. (Viele) VVlnne; ed. Albany
Acad, and bv tutor; grad. Jefferson Med. Coll., Phila-
delphia; m. Palatine Bridge, N. Y.. 1874, Caroline Frey-
Giddings. Appt'd from N. Y., civil life; actual rank,
ass't surgeon, Aug. 5, 1861; capt., ass't surgeon, July
2S, 1866; resigned Oct. 15, 1873; reappt'd ass't surgeon,
Nov. 10, 1874; cant. ,i ass't surgeon. Nov. 10. 1879; maj.
and surg., Feb. 22. 1891; lieut.-col. April 13, 1901; re-
tired June 30, 1902; appt'd col., retired by act of Con-
gress, approved April 23, 1904. Bv'td capt. and major
Mar. 13, 1865, for "faithful and meritorious services
during the war." Brevet-lieut.-col. Sept. 28. 1866, for
"meritorious and distinguished services at Tybee Isl-
and. Georgia, where cholera prevailed." Also received
"Congressional Medal for the Civil War." Mem. Sons
of Revolution, Loval Legion. Holland Soc. Address:
144 Chestnut St., Albany, N. Y.


Am. consul; b. Crown Point, Ind.; s. William A. and
Marv A. (Cleveland) Winslow; grad. Valparaiso Univ.,
Valparaiso, Ind., DL.D. ; Iowa Wesleyan Univ.. 1909;
m. June 11. 1879, Sadie E. Dyer. Taught sch. 1871-1S81;
founded Hammond Tribune (now Lake County Times),
and was publisher until 1S95. Treas. City of Ham-
mond, Ind., 1SSS; Am. consul at Liege. Belgium, 1S9S-
1902; consul gen. Guatemala, 1902-1906, and consul at
Valparaiso, Chile, since 1906. Methodist Episcopalian.
Mem. Red Cross Soc, Am. Soc. Internat. Law; Mason.
Residence: Hammond, Ind. Address: Am. Consulate,
Valparaiso, Chile.


Consul gen.; b. Chicago, 111., Dec. 16. 1S59; attended
public schs. of Chicago; grad. Evanston, 111. En-
gaged in grain-export and stock and grain business,
Chicago; appt'd consul at Stockholm, July 28, 1S97,
consul-gen. May 27, 1S9S; sec. Legation and consul-
gen. June 6, 1900; retired in 1901; appt'd. after exami-
nation (Nov., 1909), consul at Goteborg, Jan. 22, 1909;



consul-gen. Stockholm, March 29, 1900; consul at
Plauen Dec, 1910; consul-gen. Copenhagen, Aug., 1911;
Charge d'Affaires ad interim, Copenhagen, June-July,
1912. Address: Am. Consulate, Copenhagen, Denmark,
and Dep't of State, Washington, D. C.


Pres. Met. Casualty Ins. Co. of N. Y. ; b. Brooklyn,
N. Y., Mar. 9, 1856; ed. in Brooklyn. Entered office of
John G. Schumaker for study and practice of law; in
Feb., 1874, induced by Mr. Harteau, then organizing
Metropolitan Plate Glass Ins. Co., to engage in busi-
ness of plate glass insurance. Began as clerk, being
first man employed in any capacity by that company,
has been in continual service with Met. ever since,
and worked way up through various steps to position
of sec, 1887, and pres., 1895. Address: 17 Cedar St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Briarcliff, Westchester Co., N. Y.; s.
William and Mary (Scott) Winslow; grad. Coll. City
of N. Y., B.S., 1887; Columbia Univ., LL.B., 1889; m.
N. Y. City, 1S91. . Oorp'n counsel for City of Yonkers,
1901-1903-1906; mem. law firm of Winslow, Keenan &
Budd, N. Y. City; dist. att'y of Westchester Co. Dele-
gate to Rep. State Conv., 1904-1905; v.-p. Rep. Gen.
Com. for Yonkers, 1906. Delegate Rep. State Conv.,
1913; chm'n Rep. City Com. Yonkers, 1913. Mem. Ass'n
Bar City of N. Y., Westchester Co. Bar Ass'n, Phi
Delta Theta fraternity. Recreations: Golf, trout and
salmon fishing. Clubs: Republican (N. Y.); Park Hill
Country, Dunwoodie Country (Yonkers), Saegkill.
Residence: Alta Av., Park Hill, Yonkers, N. Y. Ad-
dress: 111 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Carrollton, Carroll Co., Ky., 1862: s.
William B. and Jennie W. Winslow; ed. Carroll Sem.,
Carrollton, Ky.; m. St. Joseph, Mo., 1S88, Katie L.
Troutman; children: Ada T., b. 1889, Jennie W.. b.
1891, Esther M., b. 1893. Admitted to the bar of Ken-
tucky, 1883, of N. Y., 1895. Has traveled extensively
throughout U. S., Canada and Europe. Dir. New River
Coal & Coke Co., dir. Harriman & Northeastern R. R.
Co. Independent Democrat; Methodist. Author (joint-
ly with William Hepburn Russell) of Russell & Wins-
low's Syllabus-Digest of U. S. Supreme Court Reports
(4 vols.). Mem. Chancellor Walworth Lodge P. and
A. M., Columbia Commandery, K. T., Mecca Temple,
Mystic Shrine, Lodge No. 1, B. 'P. O. E. Recreations:
Horseback riding, shooting. Clubs: N. Y., Whitehall
(N. Y. City); Brooklyn .Riding and Driving. Residence:
246 Decatur St., Brooklyn. Address: 55 Liberty St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer, banker; b. Punxsutawney, Pa., May 7, 1862;
s. Reuben Colburn and Martha (Drum) Winslow; grad.
Harvard Coll., A.B., 1885; m. N. Y., March 14, 1906.
Vernetta Laverty; children: Eleanor L., b. Dec. 13,
1906; George Kenelm, b. May 6, 1909. Dir. Punxsutaw-
ney Nat. Bank, Continental Realty Co. Pres. Punxsu-
tawney Sch. B'd. Progressive Republican; Episcopali-
an. Mason (32), Shriner. Recreations: Motoring,
golf. Clubs: Punxsutawney. Punxsutawnev Country.
Residence: 108 Pine St. Address: 121 E. Mahoning St.,
Punxsutawney, Pa.


Poet, author, editor, dramatic critic; b. Gloucester,
Mass., July 15, 1836; s. Charles and Louisa (Wharff)
Winter; ed. public schs. Boston and Cambridge, Dane
Law Sch., Harvard Coll., B.L.. Litt. D., Brown Univ.;
m. Brooklyn. N. Y., Dec. 8. 1S60. Elizabeth Campbell;
children: Percy, b. Nov. 16, 1861; Arthur, b. April 5,
1872 (died Jan. 1886); Louis Victor, b. July 17, 1873
(died Feb. 17, 1905) ; William Jefferson, b. Nov. 11, 1S78;
Viola Rosamond, b. July 13. 1881; (m. Fielding J. Stil-
son, of Los Angeles, Calif.). Dramatic editor and re-
viewer of N. Y. Tribune, July, 1865-Aug. 14, 1909. First
visited England, 1877. Author: Shakespeare's England;
Gray 'Days and Gold; Old Shrines arid Ivy; Brown Heath
and Blue Bells: Wanderers (poems); Shadows of the
Stage (3 series); Life and Art of Edwin Booth; Life
and Art of Joseph Jefferson; Orations by William Win-
ter; The Press and the Stage: The Actor; The Theatre
and The Public: Stage Art: Other Days: Old Friends;
Life and Art of Richard Mansfield; Over the Border;
Shakespeare on the Stage; Tyrone Power (a biography);
The Wallet of Time. Hon. mem. Dante Soc of London,
hon. mem. Soc. Army of the Potomac. Trustee Staten
Island Acad., 1S86-1906 (pres. 1891-1906), resigned;
founded Arthur Winter Memorial Library in S. I.
Acad., 1886. Recreations: Travel and antiquarian re-
search; study of Shakespeare. Clubs: Lotos (N. Y.
City), Bohemian (San Francisco). Residence: New
Brighton. S. 1., N. Y. Address: Care Moffat, Yard &
Co., 116-120 W. 32d St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Berlin, Germany, Feb. 9, 1873; ed. in
lli'idellici-g unci lierlin, Germany; in Louise Druce.

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