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Gen. Electric Co. since Nov., 1898. Sergeant Co. F,
22d N. Y. Vol. Inf., during war with Spain. Chm'n
Exec. Com. Municipal Voters' League of Schenectady,
1H03. Commercial eng'r of Dep't of Rheostats and
Controlling Devices, Gen. Electric Co. Asso. mem.
Am. Inst. Elec. Eng'rs. Mem. Schenectady County Hist.
Soc, Nat. Geog. Soc, Kappa Alpha fraternity. Clubs:
Mohawk, Mohawk Golf, Sterling Tennis (pres., Brook-
lyn), Engineers (Brooklyn). Address: Care General
Electric Co., 30 Church St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, capitalist; b. Little Valley, N. Y., 1867;
s. Hon. James Dallas and Cornelia Yeomans; descend-
ant on maternal side of Lion Gardiner, English mil.
eng'r who became lord of Manor now known as Gar-
diner's Island; ed. Griffith Inst., grad. Yale Univ., 1890-
m. Boston, Mass., 1895, May Baldwin Stoddard; chil-
dren: Isabella Stevenson, May Baldwin, Annis South-
worth. Admitted to bar, 1892; mem. law firm Lock-
wood, Hoyt, Green & Yeomans, of Buffalo, N. Y., 1893-
1S99; appt'd gen. att'y of Brooklyn Rapid Transit Co.,
1901; gen. counsel since 1305. Dir. N. Y. Consolidated
R. R., Nassau Electric R. R., Brooklyn, Queens County
& Suburban R. R., Sea Beach R'y, Brooklyn & North
River R. R., S. Brooklyn R'y, Carnarsie R. R., Coney
Island & Gravesend R'y. N. Y. & Coney Island R. R.,
Prospect Park & S. Brooklyn R. R., Bridge Operating.
Candidate for dist. att'y. 1899, but defeated. Mem
Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, Wolf's Head Senior
Soc, Soc. Colonial Wars. Clubs: University (N. Y.),
Rockaway Hunting, Brooklyn. Address: 20 Fifth Av.
N. Y. City.


Artist; b. Havre-de-Grace, Md., Jan. 20, 1830; ed.
public schools; art ed'n with Thomas Hicks and at
Nat. Acad, of Design, N. Y. City, and In Paris at
Atelier Couture. Afterward painted abroad for several
years and was for over ten years a resident of Rome
Italy; since 187S has had studio in N. Y. City, specialty
being portraits. Academician Nat. Acad, of Design
since 1880; patron Met. Museum of Art. Club: Century
Address: 51 W. 10th St., N. Y. City.


Architect; b. near Clarington, O., June 15, 1847- ed.
public school and Harlem and Mt. Union Colleges.
Taught until 1868; studied architecture, mechanics and
civil eng'ring, earning support as mechanic in daytime
and reading and drawing at night; has since practised
as architect, first at Columbus O., 1882-1899; since
then in N. Y City; mem. firm D'Oench & Yost. Fellow
Am. Inst. Architects. Address: 105 W. 40th St.,
N. Y. City.


Cartoonist; b. near Orangeville, Stephenson Co., 111.,
1866; s. Daniel S. and Amanada (Wagner) Young; ed
common schools, Monroe, Wis.; grad. Cooper Union
N. Y. City, class of debate; studied art at N. Y. Art
League and Academie Julian, Paris, France- m Mil-
waukee, Wis., 1895, Elizabeth North; children North
b. 1902, Donald, b. 1904. Has been cartoonist for Chi-
cago Tribune, Chicago Daily News, Chicago Inter-
Ocean; at present successful pictorial contb'r to Life,
Puck, Judge, newspapers and monthly magazines.
Address: 9 E. 17th St., N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; 'b. Olay, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1849;
s. Peter J. and Catherine (Sommers) Young; ed. Caze-
novia Sem., 1870-72, Syracuse Univ. (Liberal Arts
Coll.), 1872-76, Medical Coll., M.D., 1879; m. Clay, N. Y,
Aug. 26, 1879, Sarah E. Carver; one adopted child,
Adele M. Young (now Mrs. Collins). Has been engaged
continuously in the practice of medicine. Served as
U. S. pension examiner; pres. of Village of Newark;
pres. B'd of Ed'n; health otflcer. Contributed vari-
ous articles on med. subjects puhlished in several
med. journals; interested in and pursuing investiga-
tions along tho lines of child development and (men-
tal) religious development. Democrat; Presby'n. Mem
Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State Med. Soc. and District
Branch; Central N. Y. Med. Soc, Acad, of Medicine
(Syracuse), Wayne Co. Med. Soc, Physicians' Club.
Mem. Masonic, Odd Fellows and Foresters orders
Trustee I. O. O. F. Home at Dockport, N. Y., and of
Newark Free Library. Recreation: Fishing. Address:
Newark, N. Y.


Physician; b. Newark, N. J., July, 1849; s. James H.
and Elizabeth (Stone) Young; ed. State Agr'l Coll.,
Manhattan, Kan., Med. Dept., Tulane Univ. of La.,
New Orleans, M.D., 1874; m. New Orleans, La., 1880,



Matilda K. Penny. Practising physician from gradu-
ation. Acting ass't surgeon, U. S. A., 1875-1876. Mem.
New Jerusalem Ch. (Swedenbcrgian). Mem. Homoe.
Med. Soc., County of N. T. ; Kane Lodge, F. and A. M.
Address: 169 W. 73d St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Niagara Falls, N. 'Y., 1846; s. William
and Eve ('Wagner) Young; ed. sctis. of Niagara; m.
Niagara Falls, N. Y., 1868, Fannie A. Pierce; 2d, 1898,
Margaret Smith; one d.: Mrs. Helen F. Cluver (by first
wife). Pres. and trustee Niagara County Savings
Bank; 1st v.-ip. and dir. Niagara Falls Trust Co.
(mem. Exec. Com. ). Sec. and treas. Oafcwood Ceme-
tery Ass'n. Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Veterans'
Association, 32" Scottish Rite Mason, Knights
Templar. (Mem. Niagara Falls Com. for Prevention
of Tuberculosis; treas. Benevolent Fund First Presby'n
Ch. 25 years. Address: 342 First Sit., Niagara Falls,
N. Y.


Banker; b. Albany, 1882; s. Horace G. and Cornelia
(Hasey) Young; grad. St. Paul's Sch., Concord, N. H.,
Yale Univ., A.B., 1905. Mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange
firm Joseph Walker & Sons. Republican; Episco-
palian. Mem. PsI Upsilon fraternity. Clubs: Riding, Yale,
Republican (N. Y.), Apawamis Country, Ft. Orange.
Address: 20 Broad St., N. Y. City.

Banker; b. Jersey City, N. J., July 1, 1864; s. Peter
and Mary (Crosby) Young; ed. public schools of Jer-
sey Ciity and Cooper Union, scientific dep't. Receiving
teller Hudson Co. Nat. Bank of Jersey City; sec. and
treas. N. J. Title Guarantee & Trust Co.; at age of 28
was elected v.-p. and treas. U. S. Mortgage and Trust
Co., and within two years elected pres.; resigned,
April 1, 1905, to take up private banking, firm name
being George W. Young Co. Dir. and mem. of exec,
com. Windsor Trust Co.; dir., sec. and treas. O'Rourke
Eng'ring & Construction Co.; v.-p. and dir. Audit Co.
of N. Y.; dir. Interborough-Met Co., City and Sub-
urban Homes Co., etc. Mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange
and Chamber of Commerce; mem. Met. Museum of Art,
Nat. Geog. Soc, Nat Hist, and Biog. Soc, Cooper
Union Alumni, Pilgrims. N. Y. Zool. Soc. Clubs: Man-
hattan, Players, Racquet and Tennis, Metropolitan
Opera, Nat. Democratic, Turf and Field, City Midday,
Down Town, Automobile, Country (Lakewood, N. J.),
Rockaway, Hunting, Deal Golf, Jersey City. Address:
59 Cedar St., N. Y. City.


Retired banker and railway official; b. Honesdale,
Pa., Jan. 25, 1854; s. Coe F and Mary A. (Cornell)
Young; ed. Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst., Troy, N. Y.,
C. E., 1877; m. at Albany, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1881, Cornelia
L. Harcy. Entered railway service in 1879 as ass't
to gen. mg'r Delaware & Hudson Co., until July 1,
1883, when 'became ass't to gen. mg'r May 1, 1885-June
1, 1886, then ass't pres. and gen. m'gr to Jan. 1, 188S,
then 2d v.-p. until July 1, 1903, when he resigned.
Pres. Albany Trust Co., 1905-08; chm'n B"d of Direc-
tors since July 1, 1908. Republican. Mem. Bibliophile
Soc of Boston. Clulbs: Fort Orange, Albany Country,
Racquet and Polo (Albany), University. Grolier (N. Y.
City). Address: Albany Trust Co., Albany, N. Y.


Publisher, author; b. Providence, R. J., Nov. 16, 186S;
s. Robert O. and Elizabeth L. (Dain) Young; ed. pub-
lic schools of Mass.; m. 1889, May M. Coolidge, one d.:
Grace E. Adopted mech. eng'ring as profession at a^re
of 16, following same until 1S93, having charge of one
of largest steam plants in Eastern States; in 1904
was mech. editor of Textile World of Boston; later
editor of Nat. Engineer of Chicago and Internat.
Steam Engineer of N. Y. and has been for years sp'l
writer for mech. and daily press. Treas. Universal
Engineer Publishing Co.; pres. and gen. mg'r Sta-
tionary Engineer Publishing Co.; editor and mg'r Uni-
versal Engineer. Mem. Internat. Union of Steam
Eng'rs, Nat. Ass'n Stationary Eng'rs, Universal Crafts-
men Council of Eng'rs, Nat. Civic Federation, Nat.
Geog. Soc, Lakeside Dodge No. 739. F. and A. M.,
Lakeside Lodge No 450, I. O. O. F. Putnam Encamp-
ment No. 127, Patriarch's Militant, and Canton Jack-
son Park No. 56, I. O. O. F.. all of Chicago. 111.; mem.
Eureka Council No. 5, Royal Arcanum, Mass.. and At-
titash Tribe No. 31, Independent Order of Red Men,
Mass. Clubs: X. Y. Press, Chicago Press. Address:
108 Fulton St., N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. Topeka, Kan., April 23, 1870; s. John M.
and Caroline (Van Patten) Young; ed. public schools
of Williamsport, Pa., Dickinson Sem. (Pa.); grad Cor-

nell Univ., LL.B. ; m. Nov. 27, 1908, Helen Schermer-
horn, d. Charles Howard and Elizabeth Townsend
Schermerhorn, of Philadelphia. 2 children: William,
Jr., Elizabeth Schermerhorn. Practised law, Williams-
port, Pa., 1894-1898; In N. Y. City since 1898. Trav-
eled in Europe and West Indies. Chm'n Rep. Co. Com.,
Lycoming Co., Pa 1896-1897; mem. 12th Reg't N. G.,
of Pa.; mem. N. Y. State Assembly, 1905, 1906, 1907;
elected Muncipal Court judge for the term of ten
years, 1908-1918, and now serving. Republican;
Presby'n. Mem. West End Ass'n, Alpha Delta Phi fra-
ternity, and F. and A. M. Recreations: Swimming,
baseball, tennis, rowing, riding. Clubs: Republican,
Cornell University, University Glee, West Side Repub-
lican, Riverside Republican. Address: 264 Riverside
Drive, N. Y. City.


Genealogist, editor; b. N. Y. City; d. Albert Church
and Penelope Scott (Bidwell) Pratt; ed. Old Twelfth
St. Sch., N. Y.; m. N. Y. City, Aug. 7, 1888, Clarence
Herbert Youngs (died June 20, 1891). Pres. of class
in sch.; editor Onderdonk Genealogy, compiler of the
sulbject index of N. Y. Geneal. and Biog. Records.
Author book of poems entitled Songs of Many Days;
compiler of Geer, Hicks, Haines, Poillon and other
genealogies; editor and publisher American Family
History. A founder of N. Y. Public Playgrounds, 1898.
Mem. Woman's War Relief Ass'n. Spanish War; officer
and delegate many ch. socs. Episcopalian, communi-
cant of Old Trinity Ch. Mem. Daughters of Cincin-
nati, Holland Dames, Huguenot Soc, D. A. R., N. Y.
Hist. Soc, N. Y. Geneal. and Biog. Soc, N. E. Historic
Geneal. Soc. Sec. Ladies' B'd, House of Mercy, In-
wood-on-Hudson, N Y., and for some previous years
its presiding officer. Residence: 317 W. 93d St. Ad-
dress: 1777 Broadway, N. Y. City.


U. S. Att'y for Eastern Dist. of N. Y., lawyer; b.
Brooklyn, N. Y., June 24, 1851; s. late Daniel K.
Youngs; ed. Harrington's Mil. Acad., Westchester,
Huntington Union Sch., grad. 1868; Cornell Univ.,
grad. 1872. Entered law office of late Benjamin W.
Downing, Sept., 1872; in Sept., 1873, was admitted to
the bar; in 1875 opened office on own behalf. Elected
to Assembly 1878 and 1879; nominated for dist. att'y
of Queens County, 1S83, but was defeated; in 1896
again ran for dist. att'y, and was elected; resigned
dist. attorneyship to 'become private sec. to Gov.
Roosevelt, and on latters' election as V.-P. was appt'd
deputy sup't of banks; appt'd Dec 20, 1898, U. S.
att'y for 'Eastern Dist. of X. Y., in which office con-
tinues. Republican. Has been several times chm'n
of Queens Co. Central Com. and for many years a
mem. State Com. Address: Post Office Bld'g, Brook-
lyn, N. Y.


Realty owner and trustee; b. N. Y. City, May 30,
1853; s. Christian A. and Sarah J. (Titus) Zabriskie;
ed. private schools and sch. of mines, Columbia Coll.;
m. N. Y. City, June 6, 1895, Frances Hunter; children:
Julia Romeyn, Christian Andrew. Entered 7th Reg't,
N.G.N.Y., as private in 1873, and subsequently served
as insp. of ride practice in 71st Reg't N. G., N. Y., and
as capt. in Co. C, same reg't, resigning 1897. Promi-
nently identified with Dem. politics in Dutchess Coun-
ty, where was candidate for Congress 1908. Mem.
Dem. State Exec. Com.; chm'n Dutchess County B'd
of Supervisors. Pres. Am. Numismatic and ArchaeoL
Soc, 10 years, resigning 1905; v.-p. House of Rest for
Consumptives, besides numerous charitable, scientific
and learned societies. Interested in breeding of
Ayshire cattle and several varieties of thoroughbred
poultry. Author of numerous articles on hist, arid
numismatic subjects. Mem. Soc of Colonial Wars,
Sons of Revolution, Huguenot Soc, Military Soc. War
of 1812, Holland Soc. Clubs: Union, Metropolitan,
Army and Navy, Aero, City, Church, Riding. Resi-
dence: Blithewood, Barrytown, N. Y., and 34 W. 53d
St., N. Y. City. Address: 52 Beaver St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. Fort Bridger, Wyoming, Oct. 16, 1864:
s. Ellas Brevoort and Justine (de Courcey) Zabriskie;
ed. St. Mark's. Salt Lake City, Utah, and public schcols,
Carson City, Nevada: m. Carson City, Sept. 10, 1888,
Margaret Louise Edwards; one d. : Zayda Jus'ine.
Eastern mg'r of Pacific Coast Borax Co., with wnich
has been connected for twenty-eight years; visited
and examined all borate deposits of North and South



America; interested in banking and mining for the
past twenty years, being among the pioneer develop-
ers of the famous Tonopah and Goldrield districts of
Nevada. Pres. Pacific Coast Borax Co. of N. Y., T. &
S. C. White Co., Bayonne; Transportation Co.; v.-p.
Kansome Concrete Machinery Co., Ransome and Smith
Co., N. J.; Mechanic Trust Co. of N. J.; treas. Tonopah
and Tidewater K. K., West End Mining Co. Repub-
lican; Episcopalian. Mem. Soc. of Chem. Industry.
Am. Chem. Soc. Military Order Loyal Legion, Holland
Soc. Recreations: Hunting, boating, tennis. Clubs:
Union League, Transportation, Chemical and Drug,
Chemists, Columbia Yacht. Address: 100 William St.,
X. Y. City.


Corporation officer; b. N. J., Sept. 5, 1861; s. John A.
and Alice S. (Williams) Zabriskie; of old Dutch Coloni-
al ancestry; ed. in public and private schs., and Coll.
City of N. Y.; m. N. Y. City, 1889, Margaret A. Powles;
one d.: Mildred L. Pres. and dir. Jewel Baking Pow-
der Co., Astoria Investors Co., Astoria Building Co.,
20th Century Car Bearing Co., treas. and dir. Lord's
Court Bid's; dir. St. Andrews Bay Development Co..
N. Y. & Florida Lumber Co., Knight Templar. Mystic
Shriner. Residence (summer): Balfour Lodge, Essex
Co., N. Y. Residence: Prospect Drive, Park Hill, Yon-
kers, N. Y. Address: 27 William St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 12, 1852; s. George I. N.
Zabriskie and Eliza M. (Blauvelt) Zabriskie- ed. N. Y.
Univ., 1870; Columbia Law School, 1873, D. C. L. Univ.
of the South; m. Cambridge, Mass., June 14, 1888,
Sarah Forrest Gray; children: George Gray, b. 1889,
Alexander Clinton, b. 1898, Margaret Forrest, b. 1901.
Tartner law firm of Zabriskie, Murray, Sage & Kerr;
dir. Title Insurance Co. of N. Y., N. Y. Mortgage and
Security Co., Merchants Nat. Bank. Episcopalian.
Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar
City of N. Y., Am. Acad. Sciences, Archgeol. Inst, of
America; trustee Gen. Theol. Sem. of the P. E. Ch.
Clubs: Centurv, Universitv, City, Church, Down Town.
Address: 49 Wall St., N. T. City.


Vice consul; h. Oct. 10, 1879; s. Adolphus Dykeman
and Sarah Adelia (Kimbell) Zabriskie; ed. Worcester
Acad., 1897-1901; Yale Coll., A.B., 1905; Edinburgh
Univ., Edinburgh, Scotland, 1905-1906. Mem. editorial
staff Norwich Bulletin (Norwich, Conn.), 1907-1911.
Traveled extensively in S. America, Europe, Russia.
Clerk of Am. Legation at Lima, Peru, 1911; deputy
consul at Callao, Peru, 1912; vice consul, since 1913.
Held various town offices in Preston, Conn. Mem
Conn. State Legislature. 1907-1909; appt'd by Gov.
Woodruff mem. State Sp'l Sch. Comm'n. 1908. Inter-
ested in edn'l work. Republican; Baptist. Recrea-
tions: Horseback riding, tennis, swimming. Has writ-
ten many short stories, articles on travel, etc., and
geog. notes, for several of leading Am. magazines.
Address: Am. Consulate, Callao, Peru.


Lawyer, banker; b. Flatbush, Long Island, N. Y.; s.
John B. and Abby L. (Lott) Zabriskie; grad. Union
Coll., A.B.; m. 1st, Aurora, Cayuga Co., N. Y.. June 28,
1R65, Louise F. Morgan; 2d, East Orange, N. J., June 1,
1911, Phcebe Munn; children: Alonzo Morgan, Robert
L., John Lansing. Pres. The Park Co. of N. Y. City,
First Nat. Bank, Aurora, N. Y. Republican; Presby'n.
Pres. B'd of Trustees Wells Coll. and of Cayuga Lake
Acad., Aurora, N. Y. ; dir. Aurora Public Library. Clubs:
University, Transportation, Delta Phi (N. Y. City). Ad-
dress: Aurora, N. Y.


Banker; b. Georgia; s. Judge Charles T. Zachry and
g.-g. s. William Greer; grad. Univ. of Georgia, and in
law at George Wash. Univ., Washington, D. C.; m.
1S93, Elise Clarkson, d. Hugh S. Thompson, ex-gov.
of South Carolina and later Ass't-Sec. of Treasury.
Practised with Samuel F. Phillips, formerly Solicitor-
Gen, of U. S., under law firm Phillips, Lamar & Zachry.
Removed to N. Y. about 1887 and engaged in dealing
in investment securities and domestic and foreign
banking. Mem. N. Y. Ghamlber of Commerce, Museum
of Art. Clubs: Metropolitan, Lawyers, Railroad. Eco-
nomic, Church. Residence: 68 E. 83d St. Address: 32
Xassau St-. N. Y. City.


Lawyer, educator; b. Toledo, Ohio, Feb. 27, 1876;
s. Anton and Fannie (Davis) Zahm; grad. Yale, LL.B.,
magna cum laude, 1900; M.L., magna cum laude, 1901;
awarded Edward Thompson prize, 1899, Jewell prize,
1900-1901. Mem. Conn. Acad. Arts and Sciences. A. A.
children: Bettina Hier, b. Aug. 17, 1906, George Sperry,
b. July 13. 1909. Engaged in practice of law at Syra-
cuse. N. Y 1901-1903, instructor in law, Yale Univ.,

Oct., 1903-May, 1904, ass't prof, commercial law Yale
Univ., since May, 1904; prof, law St. Lawrence Univ.,
1908-1909. Lecturer N. J. Law Sch. since 1908. Re-
sumed active practice of law in N. Y. City, Oct., 1907.
Dir. Roy Watch Case Co., Rhineland Machine Works
Co., Brand-llier Co., Gallagher-Tompkins Co., Hudson
Export and Import Co. Editor Yale Law Journal,
1900-1901. Mem. Conn. Acad. Arts and Sciences, A. A.
A. S., Nat. Geographic Soc, Masonic Order, 32', B. P.
O. E. Soc. of the Onondagas: Club: Graduates (New
Haven, Conn.). Address: 261 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lt.-Col. U. S. A.; b. N. Y., Jan. 23, 1863; appt'd from
Army; private, corporal and serg't, Batteries G and H,
1st Art'y. Oct., 1885-1889; 2d lleut., 2d Art'y, Feb. 11,
1889; grad. Artillery School, 1894; 1st lieut., 4th Art'y,
Feb. 12, 1895; transferred to 2d Art'y, Mar. 16, 1895;
capt. ass't quartermaster, Mar. 9, 1898; major quarter-
master, Aug. 17, 1903; lieut.-col. m. c, Aug. 1, 1910.
Address: Army B'ldg., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Camagiiey, Cuba, Aug. 30, 1865; s. Josi
and Leocadia (Adan) Zayas; grad. Polytechnic Inst.,
Troy, N. Y., C. E. Mem. of firm Keane, Zayas & Potts.
Mem. Delta Tau Delta fraternity. Clubs: Adirondack
League, Ibero-Am. Address: 15 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Knox, Albany Co.. N. Y..
Aug. 2, 1867; s. Ellas and Annie E. (Osterhout) Zeh;
ed. dist. school and Knox Acad., until 1883; Albany
Med. Coll., M.D., 1889; m. W. Troy, N. Y., 1890, Char-
lotte B. Cullen; children: Arthur Preston, b. 1891,
Florence Julia, b. 1893. Taught school for two years;
druggist three years; city physician West Troy, N. Y.,
three years; physician at Watervliet, N. Y., since grad-
uation from med. coll. Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem.
N. Y. State Med. Soc, Albany Co. Med. Soc, Am. Med.
Ass'n, Watervliet Med. Ass'n; Knights of Maccabees,
Royal Arcanum, Modern Woodmen, Odd Fellows, 32
Mason, Elks. Recreation: Yachting. Address: 1432
First Av., Watervliet, N. Y.


Iron mf'r, coal operator; b. Northumberland Co., Pa.,
April 16, 1856; s. Augustus and Mary E. (Schick)
Zehnder; ed. in common schools of Pa.; m. Berwick,
Columbia Co., Pa., Rosa G. Hicks; children: Elmira,
Elizalbeth. Pre. and dir. Austen Coal and Coke Co., Mt.
Hooe Mineral R. R. Co.; v.-p. and dir. Scranton Bolt
and Nut Co., dir. Crane Iron Works, Equitable Life
Assurance Soc, Empire Trust Co. of N. Y., Union Nat.
Bank, Philadelphia; Crane R. R. Co., Victoria Coal &
Coke Co., Black Mountain Coal Land Corp'n, Arkansas
Valley Beet Sugar & Irrigated Land Co. Republican;
Methodist Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Inst, of Mining
Eng'rs, Am. Soc. of Mech. Eng'rs. Clubs: Union
League, Lawyers (N. Y. City), Union League (Phila-
delphia), Scranton (Scranton. Pa.), Deal Golf (Deal, N.
J.). Country residence: Allenhurst, N. J. Residence:
110 Central Park West. Address: 90 West St., N. Y.


Educator, lecturer; b. Miamisburg, O., April 24, 1867;
d. Lewis Henry and Elizabeth (Gebhart) Zehring; at-
tended Miamisburg High Sch., Ohio Wesleyan Univ..
B.S., 1890; Yale Univ., Ph.D., 1897; studied In Germany
and travelled in Europe, 1903-1904; Univ. of Chicago,
summer 1904 and fall 1908. State sec Ohio Y. W. C. A.
1891-1892; sec. Internat. Com. Y. W. C. A., Chicago,
1892-1894; prof. English Literature, Presby'n Coll. for
Women. Columbia, S. C, 1897-189S; prof. New Testa-
ment and Philosophy in Lucy Webb Hayes Nat. Train-
ing Sch., Washington, D. C, 1898-1903; prof. Biblical
Literature and Semitic History Wells Coll., Aurora.
N. Y., since 1904. Did field work for archaeological
study in Palestine and Egypt, and travelled in Turkey,
Greece and Italy, 1909; lecturer on biblical and mis-
sionary subjects, and on history and geography of the
hither Orient. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Soc of Bib-
lical Literature and Exegesis, Ass'n of Collegiate
Alumnae, Religious Ed'n Ass'n, D. A. R. Recreations:
Golf, horseback riding, walking. Club: Aurora Coun-
try. Residence (summer): Miamisburg, O. ; (winter):
Aurora, N. Y.


Doctor of dental surgery, orthodontist; b. in Rou-
mania, 1874; s. Emanuel and Jetty (Blank) Zentler;
ed. Philadelphia, Pa., graduating in dentistry. Con-
sulting and visiting orthodontist to Nat. Ass'n for
Study and Ed'n of Exceptional Children. Mem. First
T>ist. Dental Soc iState of X. Y.. Societf de Stomatologie
de Paris, Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. Inst, of Dental Tech-
nique. X. Y. State Dental Soc, Nat. Dental Ass'n. Ad-
dress: 527 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.




Physician; b. N. Y. City, June 9. 1864; s. Louis Her-
man Augustus and Elizabeth Herring (Conkling)
Zerega di Zerega; ed. Mt. Washington Collegiate Inst.,
Coll. City of N. T., B.A., 1886; Coll. Phys. and Surgs.,
Columbia Univ., M.D., 1889; m. Copenhagen, Denmark,
Sept. 15, 1900, Paula Hansen; children: Louis Herman
Augustus, 2d, b. May 12, 1902, Elizabeth Frederica. b.
April 2, 1904, N. Y. City. After competitive examina-
tion iippt'd to Bellevue Hosp., becoming house surgeon
of 2d Surgical Div., service ending July 1, 1891; interne
Sloane Maternity Hosp. July 1-Oct. 15, 1891; ass't sur-
geon, Out-patient Dep't, Roosevelt Hosp., 1895-1900.
Mem. Alpha Delta Phi fraternity, Linnsean Soc. of N.
Y., Soc. of Alumni of Bellevue Hosp., Soc. of Alumni of
Sloane Hosp. for Women. Recreations: Shooting, Ash-
ing, hunting and travel. Clubs: St. Nicholas (N. Y.
City), Badminton (N. Y. City), Hartwood (Hartwood,
N. Y.). Residence: 640 Madison Av. Address: 616
Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Mg'r and prop'r theatrical productions; b. Chicago,
111, March 21, 1869; s. Florenz and Madalaine Ziegfeld,
ed. common sens., Chicago, and Univ. of Mich.; m.
Paris, France, May, 1901, Anna Held. Has produced
following: A Parlor Match (in which Anna Held made
her first appearance in America), Papa's Wife, The
Little Duchess, Miss Innocence, Mile. Napoleon, The
Parisian Model, Pink Lady, seven series of Ziegfeld
Follies. Prop'r Jardin de Paris, and Moulin Rouge, N.
Y. ; associated with Klaw & Erlanger. Recreations:
Yachting, golf, cross country riding. Clubs: Chicago
Athletic, Ashland (Chicago). Address: 1520 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Retired; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1857; s. Louis
and Louise Ziegler; ed. common schs.; m. June 4, 1889,
Agnes Bowdish. Dir. Hanover Fire Ins. Co., Md. Coal
Co., Md. Coal Co. of W. Va, City Investing Co. Re-
publican; Unitarian. Mg'r M. E. Hosp. (Seney Hosp.).

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