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Mem. Brooklyn Inst. Arts and Sciences. Clubs: Hamil-
ton. Montauk, Frontenac Yacht and Dyker Meadow
Golf. Address: 17 Broad St., N. Y. City.

ZIMMER, JOHN

Physician; b. Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 4, 1868; s. Will-
iam W. and Elizabeth (Feilck) Zimmer; ed. common
schools, High Sen., Rochester; grad. Univ. of Pennsyl-
vania, M.D., 1892; m. Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 25, 1897,
Minnie Wolff (died Sept. 18, 1899); one son: Dayton A.
b. 1899. Ex-resident physician St. Mary's Hosp. of
Rochester; Phila. Hosp. of Phila., Pa.; health physician
of Rochester since 1836. Mem. N. Y. N. G., 1888-1893.
Republican; Presby'n. Ex.-pres. Rochester Pathol.
Soc, mem. Central N. Y. Med. Ass'n, Monroe Co. Med.
Soc, Med. Soc. State of N. Y., Masonic, Maccabees and
I. O. Foresters orders. Address: 50 Cumberland St.,
Rochester, N. Y.

ZIMMERMAN, EUGENE

Caricaturist; b. Basel, Switzerland, May 25, 1862;
s. Joseph and Amelia (Klotz) Zimmerman; ed. public
schools of Paterson, N. J.; m. Horseheads, N. Y., Sept.
29, 1886, Mable Alice Beard; one d.: Laura Emily Zim-
merman, b. 1888. After school days, office boy in ins.
and real estate; silk weaver; cotton weaver; baker's
apprentice; farm hand; fish peddler; sign painter;
cartoonist on Puck 3 years, on Judge as caricaturist
and staff artist 25 years. Has served 2 terms on
Village B'd; exempt fireman; twenty years a vol. in
Horseheads Fire Dep't. Republican. Hon. mem. Elmira
Press Club; mem. Press Humorists' Ass'n of America,
Chemung Co. Soc. of N. Y. City. Recreations: Fishing,
hunting. Address: Horseheads, Chemung Co., N. Y.

ZIMMERMAN, JEREMIAH

Clergyman, author, lecturer, archaeologist; b. Sny-
dersburg, Md^ April 26, 1848; s. Henry and Leah
(Kleinfelter) Zimmerman; grad. Pa. Coll., Gettysburg,
Pa., 1873, and Gettysburg Theol. Sem. ; received A.M.,
1876, D.D. from Pa. Coll., Wittenberg Coll., Susque-
hanna Univ., LL.D. from Pa. Coll., L.H.D. from Susque-
hanna Univ., 1908; m. 1st, Jan., 1879, M. Adele Spring-
stein; 2d, Syracuse, N. Y., Jan., 1890, Sophia Elizabeth
Amos. Spent about five years in foreign travel for
study and lectured in Japan, Korea, China and India.
Now devoting time to the study of archaeology and
comparative religions. Prof, numismatics, Syracuse
Univ. Made sp'l study of numismatics, especially the
ancient coins of world, contb'd to Standard Dictionary
on that subject. Republican; Lutheran. Author:
Spiin and Her Pec pie, 1902 (Philadelphia) and 1906
(London); The Religious Character of Ancient Coins,
1910 (London); The God Juggernaut and Hinduism in



India, 1913 (N. Y.); contb'r to magazines and journals.
Hon. corr. mem. Victoria Inst., or Philos. Soc, of
Great Britain; Royal Numismatic Soc. (London), Am.
Anthrop. Ass'n, Syracuse Soc. of Archaeol. Inst, of
America (pres.); pres. of Federation of Churches and
Christian Workers of the State of N. Y. Mason. Ad-
dress: 107 South Av., Syracuse, N. Y.

ZIMMERMAN, MARTIN VON

Superintendent of public schools, retired; to. near
Magnolia, O. ; s. Jacob and Susanna (Easterday) v.
Zimmerman; ed. Illinois State Univ.; m. Litchfield, 111.,
June 3, 1878, Anna Elora Duggan; children: Wayne
(deceased), Charles (died 1906), Lillian (m. Chester C.
Weber, Chicago, 1908). Left coll. at end of his sopho-
more year to become principal of public school at
Hillsboro, 111., and remained in edn'l field until 1887,
twenty-five years. Has traveled extensively in U. S.
Has written and published many works, almost always
anonymously or under a nom de plume. Author: My
Country, The National Anthem, The Royal Road to
Extempore Speaking, etc. Progressive Republican;
Evangelical Lutheran. Address: 725 Columbus Av.,
N. Y. City.

ZINKEISEN, OSCAR THEODORE

Manufacturer of chemicals; b. Madison, Wis., Sept.,
1865; s. Hermann and Celine (Mohr) Zinkeisen; ed.
Milwaukee, Wis.; grad. Harvard Coll., B.A. After
leaving Harvard resided in San Francisco and Spo-
kane, Wash., where was active in mining and politics;
resided in London, Paris, Berlin and various other
European centres at different times. Mem. firm O. T.
Zinkeisen, and dir. in companies for chemical manu-
factures. Independent in politics; Episcopalian. Mem.
Soc. of Chem. Industry (London, England). Recrea-
tion: Outdoor sports. Olubs: N. Y. Chem. and Drug,
Harvard, MacDowell. Address: 135 William St.,
N. Y. City.

ZINSSER, AUGUST JR.

Lawyer and banker; b. N. Y. City, Sept. 27, 1871;
s. August and Marie T. (Schmidt) Zinsser; grad. Co-
lumbia Coll. Sch of Arts, A.B. 1892, Columbia Law Sch.;
m. N. Y. City, 1898, Helen S. Mohr; children: Helen
Marie Mohr, b. 1898; August 3d, b. 1902. Trustee Carl
H. Schultz (a corp'n); v.-p. and dir. Zinsser & Co.,
Inc., August Zinsser Realty Co.; pres. and dir. York-
ville Bank; treas. and dir. Hastings Developing Co.;
dir. Arkansas Diamond Co.: trustee Isabella Heimath.
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Zeta Psi fraternity.
Club: Columbia Univ. Address: 1513 Third Av. and
30 Nassau St., N. Y. City.

ZOOK, MORRIS A.

Civil and consulting eng'r; b. Philadelphia, Pa.,
1859; s. Henrv M. and Sarah (Moore) Zook; grad. Poly.
Coll. of Pa., C.E., 1879; m. Louisville, Ky., 1888, Justine
Schenk; one son: Henry M. Principally connected with
railroad work in Middle West and South. Resident
eng'r Norfolk & Western R- R.; eng'rmaintenance of
way Pa. lines; eng'r maintenance of way Queen &
Crescent Route; eng'r maintenance of way and sup't
Louisville, New Albany & Chicago R'y; chief eng"f
Louisville, Evansville & St. Louis R'y; sp'l eng'r Cen-
tral R. R. of N. J.; chief eng'r Peabody Coal Co., Chi-
cago; sp'l eng'r J. G. White & Co., X. Y.; valuation
eng'r N. Y., New Haven & Hartford R. R.; eng'r con-
struction and joint facilities Chicago Great Western
R. R. valuation eng'r Eastern Lines Canadian Pacific
R'y; valuation eng'r Grand Trunk-Wabash Lines, Can.
Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs; Am. R'y Eng'r Ass'n. Res-
idence: Plainfield, N. J.

ZUCCA, ANTONIO

Importer of Italian products; b. Trieste, Austria;
s. Francesco and Maria (Miniussi) Zucca; ed. Trieste
Commercial Coll. (won competition commercial prize
of 500 flo,'ins); m. 1st, Virginia Perina, of Trieste,
(deceased 1898); 2d, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1902, Lillian
Hicks: one d.: Irma, to. 1892. Came to U. S. 1S69 and
established house of Zucca & Co.; introduced many
Italian products in Am. market. Became Am. citizen
and organized Italian Polit. Ass'n; sch. trustee several
years; coroner for Borough of Manhattan four years;
pres. B'd of Assessors, N. Y. ; mem. Exec. Com. Tam-
many Hall; pres. Italian-Am. Dem. Ass'n, Italian
Chamber of Commerce; dir. Italo-Am. Trust Co., Italian
Savings Bank, Italian Benevolent Ass'n; treas. Fruit
Exchange and Liberal Emigration League. Democrat:
Roman Catholic. Decorated three times by King of
Italy, with Cross of Crown of Italy, and as officer of
same order, and with order of Commendatore of the
Crown of Italy; also decorated toy Pres. Crespo of Ven-
ezuela. Address: 25 W. Broadway, N. Y. City.



WHO'S WHO IN NEW YORK 789

ZWEMER, SAMUEL MARINUS twice; fellow Royal Geog .Soc; mem. Victoria Inert,

Lonaon. Author: Arabia, the Cradle of Islam, 1901

Missionary, author; b. Vriesland, Mich., April 12, CKevell); Raymund bull, 1904 (Funk & Wagnalls);

1867; s. Adrian and Katherina (Boon) Zwemer; grad. Topsy Turvy Land (with Mrs. Zwemer), 1902 (Revell);

Hope Coll., Holland, Mich., A.B., 1SS7, A..M., 1S90; New Moslem Doctrine of God, 1906 (Am. Tract Soc); Islam,

Brunswick, N. J., Theol. Sem., 1S90; D.D. Hope Coll. a Challenge to Faith, 1907 (Student Vol. Movement);

1904; m. Bagdad, Arabia, May 18, 1S96, Amy Elizabeth The Moslem Christ (Oliphant, Edinburgh); Unoccupied

"Wilkes of England; children: Nellie Elizabeth, b. 1897, Mission Fields (Student Vol. Movement). Co-editor of

Raymond Lull, b. 1902, Amy Ruth, b. 1904, Mary Our Moslem Sisters, 1907 (Kevell); The Mohammedan

Moffat, b. 1907. Ordained clergyman Reformed Ch. In World of To-day, 1906 (Kevell); Candidate Secretary

America, 1890; missionary in Arabia, 1S91-1905; crossed Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions;

Oman Peninsula; visited Sanaa in Yemen twice dur- editor: The Moslem World quarterly (London). Re-

ing the Arab rebellion 1S92-1904: chm'n and organizer publican. Addresses: Am. Mission, Cairo, Egypt, and

of Mohammedan Missionary Conf., Cairo Egypt, 1906, care Student Vol. Movement, 600 Lexington Av.,

and Lucknow, 1911; v.-p. Gen. Synod of Reformed Ch. N. Y. City.



Addenda



ANDERSON, NEWTON MITCHELL

Educator; b. Cincinnati, O., March 18, 1858; s. Yeat-
man Anderson and Helen Near Mitchell; grad. Ohio
State Univ., B.S., 1S79; Mass. Inst, of Technology; m.
July 14, 1909, Elizabeth Arney Close; one d.: Eliza-
beth Arney, b. Oct. 19, 1910. Eng'r for Bell Telephone
Co. in Belgium, 1SS0-1SS1; instr. in physics, Ohio State
Univ., 1881-18S3: instr. in physics, Central High Sch.,
Cleveland, O., 1883-1885; organizer and principal, 1885-
1890, Cleveland Manual Training Sch.; organizer and
principal, 1890-1900, University Sch. of Cleveland.
With C. A. Mitchell organized Asheville Sch., Ashe-
ville, N. C, 1900, of which is principal and prop'r.
Episcopalian. Clubs: University (Cleveland, O.),
Technology (N. Y.). Address: Asheville School, Ashe-
ville, N. C.

BAYER-LEE, JOHANNA LUISE

Instructor; b. Breslau, Germany, April 23, 1865; s.
Herman (artist) and Luise (Huhn) Bayer; studied
with Doniges, Julius Stockhausen, Frankfort, and
Cortesi, Florence, Italy. Instr. of singing in Ger-
many, Italy and America for past 22 years. Taught
for several years at Julius Stockhausen's (Royal
Prussian prof, of singing) Sch. for professional
singers. Traveled in Germany, Italy, France and
Spain; teacher of singing in N. Y. City since 1910.
Address: 502 W. 113th St., N. Y. City.

BECKER, GUSTAV LOUIS

Composer, writer, lecturer, instr.; b. Richmond,
Texas, May 22, 1861; s. Francis L. and Antonia (Long-
hammer) Becker; ed. private schs. in Galveston,
Texas; private tutorage in philosophy, psychology and
other studies; also studied abroad in Berlin, under
Moszkorski, Ph. Schaewenka, also course at Royal
High Sch. for Music; m. 1st, Jersey City, N. J., 1894,
Mary Burton Lamberton; 2d, Hartford, Conn., 1911,
Fanny Granger Dow; children: Beatrice Lamberton,
b. 1900; Valeska Granger and Vivian Virdl (twins),
b. 1913. Engaged as instr. of music since age of 16;
played in concerts in N. Y. City, Mexico and U. S. ;
appt'd prof, of piano and theory, Hasbrouck Inst.,
Jersey City, later becoming dir. of music dep't.
Pianist, lecturer and writer on musical subjects;
composer of all forms of music. Author: Mr. Becker's
Graded Course for the Pianoforte (M. Witmark &
Sons), 1st vol., 1913; The Essentials of Musicianship,
1914. Appt'd lecturer for sp'l musical course during
summer session, Columbia Univ., 1912. Mem. N. Y.
State Music Teachers' Ass'n; twice elected chm'n of
corns, for convs. held in Buffalo and Syracuse; pres.
for conv. held at Columbia Univ., N. Y. City, 1912.
and two years chm'n of corns, to establish standard
of teaching for the ass'n. Progressive. Mem. Fra-
ternal Ass'n of Musicians, Columbia Round Table,



London Soc. for Science, Literature and Art, Beck-
Gesellschaft, Leipzig. Dir. Music Dep't Hasbrouck
Inst., Jersey City. Recreations: Swimming, rowing,
mountain climbing, horseback riding, chess, music,
reading. Clubs: Musicians', The Bohemians. Resi-
dence (summer): Musicolony, Westerly, R. I.; (win
ter): 516 W. 143d St. Address: Aeolian Hall, and
Stelnway Hall, N. Y. City.

BRENDLINGER, MARGARET ROBINSON

Educator; b. Port Perry, Pa.; s. Peter Franklin and
Hannah Emily (Brown) Brendlinger; ed. Yonkers
High Sch., Vassar Coll., A.B., 1895 (honor student,
Phi Beta Kappa, 1899). Instr. Mrs. Mead's Sch., Hill-
side, Norwalk, Conn., 1895-1899; Poughkeep'sie High
Sch., Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1899-1901: resident of Phil-
adelphia, 1901-1908; principal Hillside Sch., Norwalk,
Conn, (private school for girls), since 1908. Spent
summers 1905, 1910 abroad. Mem. Day Nursery Ass'n,
Equal Franchise League, Norwalk, Conn.; Ass'n Col-
legiate Alumna;. Clubs: Women's University (N. Y.),
College of Philadelphia (pres. 1903-1908). Woman's
(Norwalk), Civic League. Address: Norwalk, Conn.

CAIN, GEORGE HOGARTH

Educator; b. Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Jan. 15, 1870;
s. William Albert and Mary Z. (Caskey) Cain; grad.
Picton Acad. (Canada), 1895; Potomac Coll., A.B. ; sp'l
courses at Harvard Univ.; m. Yarmouth, Nova Scotia,
July 29. 1902. Mildred Knight Parker; children: Vic-
tor Rockwood. b. 1903; Carroll Marston, b. 1906. Trav-
eled and studied abroad (including Japan and the
East, as well as Europe) 3 years. Republican; Con-
gregationalism Club: Boston City. Residence: 44
Goden St., Belmont, Mass. Address: High School,
Cambridge, Mass.

DE RIGAUD. CLARA

Teacher of singing, voice specialist; b. Aix le
Chapelle, Prussia, Germany, 1863; d. Frederic Nieder
and Berta (Rigaud) Heitman; grad. high school, Aix
la Chapelle. Studied piano under Clara Schumann,
Frankfurt, Germany; singing under L. Discouri, Italy;
Garcia method, Paris, France; Schroeder-Hanfstacugl,
Frankfurt and Munich; studied violin under Ole Bull;
m. Guatemala, Central America, 1886, Nicolas de Ri-
gaud. Appeared in concert in Germany and United
States. Instr. of singing N. Y. College of Music, 4
years. Teacher of many celebrities now on European
and American opera stages, concert and vaudeville
stars. Protestant. Clubs: Musicians', Deutscher Wis-
senschafllicher Verein, Begads, N. Y. Rubinstein. For-
merly mem. B'd of Dirs. German Housewifes-Associates
(charity Inst'n, N. Y.). Address: 2647 Broadway,
N. Y. City.



Abbreviations



A.A.A.S.
i.A.S.R.



A.B. or

Acad.

a.d.c. .

ndj.

Adv. .

Agr., agr'I

Ala.

Am.

A.M. or M.

Anat. .

Anthrop.

npptmt.

nppt'd.

Archseol.

Aril. .

Ark. .

Art'y .

Ass'n .

asso.

ast

Aatron.

Astrophys

art'y .

Aug. .

At.



b. . .
B.A. or
B.Agr.
Bapt. .
B.Arch.
B'd . .
B.D.
Bibliog.
Biog. .
Biol. .
B.L. or I.L.
Bld'g .
B.Llrt. or
B.L.S. .



Bot.
Bonl. .
B.Pd. or I'd.H
B.P.O.E.



brig. .
Brit. .
B.S., Sc.B
bvt, bvt'd



Calif.

Can.

capt.

Car.

C.E.



Ch. . .

Chem, .
Chlrarg,

rl> m'n

Co.

Col.
Coll. .

Coll. Phys. and



LItt.B



r B



American Association for the ACI7 contb'r
vanceiment of Science. Conv. .

Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite Corp'n
(Masonic). corr.

Bachelor of Arts. C.S.A. .

Academy. C.S.Bf. .

aide-de-camp.

adjutant.

Advancement.

agriculture, agricultural.

Alajbama.

American.

Master of Arts.

Anatomical.

Anthropological.

appointment.

appointed.

Archaeological.

Arizona,

Arkansas.

Artillery.

Association.

associate.

assistant.

Astronomical.

Astrophysical.

attorney.

August.

Avenue.



born.

Bachelor of Arts.

Bachelor of Agriculture.

Baptist.

Bachelor of Architecture.

Board.

Bachelor of Divinity.

Bibliographical.

Biographical.

Biological.

Bachelor of Laws.

Building.

Bachelor of Letters.

Bachelor of Library Science.

Botanical!.

Boulevard.

Bachelor of Pedagogy.

Benevolent Protective Order of Elks.

brigadier.

British.

Sc. Bachelor of Science.

brevet, brevetted.



Colo. .

Com.

com'd .

comd'r

comm'd

Comm'ii

eomm'r

Conf. .

Cong. .

Cong'I

Conn. .



d. . .

D.Agr.

D.A.R.

D.Arch.
D.C.
D.C.L,. .
D.D. .
D.D.S. .
D.S., S.D
Dec.
Del.
Dem. .
Dep't .
dlr. . .
Dlst. .
Div.

DXltt. or
D.V.S. .



E. . .

Econ. .

E.D.

ed. . .

Ed'n

Edn'l .

E.E.

E.E. and M.P



Sc



Elec. ,
Electrochem
E.M. .
Eng. .
eng'r .
eng'rlng

I III. llll.

Exb'n .
Exec. .
Expd'n
Eip'n .
Eipt Sta



F. and
Feb. .
Fla.
Ft. . .



California.
Canada,
captain.
Cavalry.
Civil Engineer.
Church.
Chemical.
Chirurgical.
chairman.
Company, county.
Colonel.
College.

Sure;. College of Physicians and Sur-
geons.
Colorado.
Committee,
commanded,
commander,
commissioned.
Commission,
commissioner.
Conference. la.

Congressional. Ida.

Congregational. 111.

Connecticut. Ind.



Ga. . .
G.A.R.
g.d. .

Ben.
Geneal.
Geog. .
Geol. .
Got. .
Gov't .
grad. .
g.s.
Gynecol.

H.I. or
Hist. .

Mi. mil'.
Hon. .
Hort. .
Hosp. .



II



>l



contributor.

Convention.

Corporation.

corresponding, correspondence.

Confederate States Army.

Confederate States Navy.

daughter.

Doctor of Agriculture.
Daughters of the American Revolu-
tion.
Doctor of Architecture.
District of Columbia.
Doctor of Civil Law.
Doctor of Divinity.
Doctor of Dental Surgery.
. Doctor of Science.
December.
Delaware.
Democratic.
Department,
director.
District.
Division.
D. Doctor of Literature.

Doctor of Veterinary Surgery.



and minister



East.

Economic.

Doctor of Engineering.

educated.

Education.

Educational.

Electrical Engineer.

Envoy extraordinary

plenipotentiary.
Electrical.
Electrochemical.
Engineer of Mines.
England,
engineer,
engineering.
Entomological.
Exhibition.
Executive.
Expedition.
Exposition.
Experiment Station.



Free and Accepted Masons.

February.

Florida.

Fort.

Georgia.

Grand Army of the Republic

granddaughter.

general.

Genealogical.

Geographic, geographical.

Geological.

Governor.

Government.

graduated from.

grandson.

Gynecological.

Hawaiian Islands or Hawaii Territory.

Historical.

Homoeopathic.

Honorable, honorary.

Horticultural.

Hospital.

Iowa.
Idabo.
Illinois.
Indiana.



794



ABBREVIATIONS



Ind. Ty. .


. Indian Territory.




. . Infantry.




. Insurance.




. . inspector.




. . Institute.


IiisCii . .


. . Institution.




. . instructor.


liiNlr'n


. . Instruction.


1 ii 1 1 in ji 1.


. . International.




. . January.


J.D. . .


Doctor of Jurisprudence.




. Doctor of Canon and Civil Law.




. Kansas.


K.P. . .


. Knights of Pythias.




, . Knights Templar.




. Kentucky.




. Louisiana.


Laryngol.


. . Laryngological.


1 nil.. D.LI


tt. or Litt.D. Doctor of Letters.


lieut. or It.


. lieutenant.


1 in. II or B


Lltt. Bachelor of Letters.


L.L..B. . .


. Bachelor of Laws.




. Doctor of Laws.




. Master of Laws.




. Lutheran.


M.A. or A.M


. Master of Arts.


M.Agr.


Master of Agriculture.




major.




Massachusetts.




Mathematical.




Bachelor of Medicine.








Doctor of Medicine.


Me. . .


Maine.








Mechanical.


M.E.Ch. .


Methodist Episcopal Church.




Medical.


M.E.E.


Master of Electrical Engineering.




member.




Metropolitan.


Meteorol.


. Meteorological.




Master of Forestry.


Mf'g . .


. Manufacturing.


mfr . .


manufacturer.


mem't . .


management.


ng'r . .


. manager.


Mich. . .


Michigan.


Micros.


. Microscopical.




. Military.




Minnesota.




Mississippi.




Master of Laws.




. Master of Mechanical Engineerin


lilll'K


. managing.




. Missouri.




. Montana.




. Master of Science.




. Mount.


1lllH.lt


. Bachelor of Music.




. Doctor of Music.




. Mutual.




. North.


Nat. . .


. National.


N.C. . . .


. North Carolina.


N ll.-ik. . .


. North Dakota.


N.E. . .


. Northeast, New England.


n.i-:. \. . .


. National Educational Association.




. Nebraska.




. Nevada.


N.G. . . .


. National Guard.








. New Jersey. '


IV.Mex.


. New Mexico.




. Northwest.




. New York.




. Ohio.


Obstet.


. Obstetrical.




. October.




Oklahoma.




. Ontario.


Ophthal. .


. Ophthalmological




. Oregon.


Orgrn . .


. Organization.


Ornithol.


. Ornithological.




. Otological.



Pa Pennsylvania.

Pathol. . . . Pathological.

Pd.B Bachelor of Pedagogy.

Pd.D Doctor of Pedagogy.

P.E Protestant Episcopal.

Phar.D. . . . Doctor of Pharmacy,

piiiimi. . . . Pharmaceutical.
Phar.M. or Ph.M. Master of Pharmacy.

Ph.B Bachelor of Philosophy.

Ph.D Doctor of Philosophy.

Phlla Philadelphia.

Phllol. . . . Philological.

Philos. . . . Philosophical.

Physiol. . . . Physiological.

P.I Philippine Islands.

Pollt Political.

Poly Polytechnic.

Pomol. . . . Pomological.

P.ft Province of Quebec.

pres president.

Presby'u . . Presbyterian.

prof professor.

prop'r . . . proprietor.

q.m quartermaster.

Ref Reformed.

Reg't .... Regiment.

Rep Republican.

Rhinol. . . . RJhinological.

R.I Rhode Island.

R.P.D. . . . Doctor of Political Science.

R.R Railroad.

R'y Railway.

s son.

S South.

S.A.R Sons of the American Revolution.

S.B. or ScB. or B.S. Bachelor of Science.

S.C (South Carolina.

Sc.D Doctor of Science.

Seh School.

S.Dak. . . . South Dakota.

S.E Southeast.

Bee secretary.

Sect Section.

Sem Seminary.

Sept September.

sergl .... sergeant.

S.J Society of Jesus (Jesuit).

Soc Society.

Soelol. . . . Sociological.

sp'l .... special.

S.S Steamship.

St Saint, Street.

Sta Station.

statist. . . . Statistical.

S.T.B Bachelor of Sacred Theology.

S.T.D Doctor of Sacred Theology.

Snp't .... Superintendent.

Surg Surgical.

S.W Southwest.

Tenn Tennessee.

Tex Texas.

Theol. . . . Theological.

Topog. . . . Topographical.

treas treasurer.

Unlv University.

U.S.A. . . . United States Army.

U.S.C.T. . . . United States Colored Troops

U.S.N. . . . United States Navy.

U.S.V United States Volunteers.

Va Virginia.

Vol Volunteer.

v.-p vice-president.

Vt Vermont.

W West.

Wash. . . . State of Washington.

W.C.T.U. . . Woman's Christian Temperance Union,

Wis Wisconsin.

W.Va. . . . West Virginia.

Wyo Wyoming.

Y.M.C.A. . . . Young Men's Christian Association.

Zool. . . . Zoological.



Alphabetical Index to Advertisers



Page

Adlon Hotel Berlin, Germany

Albany Sen. of Fine Arts.. .Albany, N. Y 576

Algonquin Camp Lake Asquam, N. H 223

Allen School for Girls,

The Misses West Newton, Mass.... 352

Asheville School Asheville, N. C 60S

Auer, Jac New York City, N. Y...736

B

Barber School, Lucia Gale.. Washington, D. C 576

Barnard School New York Oity, N. Y. 447-96

Bayerlee, Madame J. L New York City, N. Y...672

Beard's School for Girls,

Miss Orange, N. J 384

Becker, Gustave L New York City, N. Y...76S

Berlitz Sch. of Languages. .New York City, N. Y...479
Bermuda Tourist Bureau. . .New York City, N. Y... *

Black, Starr & Frost New York City, N. Y... 2

Blair Academy Blairstown, N. J 191

Blake School New York City, N. Y. . .288

Brooks Bros New York City, N. Y. . . 2

Brown School, Moses Providence, R. 1 12S

Brown School of Tutoring.. New York City, N. Y...319
Bryant School for Stam-
merers New York City, N. Y...320

Burns International De-
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Campbell School for Girls. .Windsor, Conn

Carpenter School New York City, N. Y.

Castle School (Miss Ma-
son's School) Tarrytown, N. Y

Cathedral Choir School New York City, N. Y.

Cedarcroft School Kennett Square, Pa. . .

Continental Hotel New York City, N. Y. . . *

Cunard Line New York City, N. Y. . . *

Curry Sch. of Expression. .Boston, Mass 320

Cutler School New York City, N. Y... 64



Dalton Gymnasium and

Swimming School New York City, N. Y...480

Danforth School for Boys. .Framingham, Mass 255

De Lancey School New York City, N. Y...127

De Meritte School Boston, Mass 223

Dixon, Frederic New York City, N. Y. . .544

Dossert, Frank G New York City, N. Y. . .512



Fawcett & Hodge, The

Misses New York City, N.

Faulkner's School, Miss. ...Dedham, Mass

Fiat Motor Sales Co New York City, N. Y

Financial Diary New York City, N. Y



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Gari ison Forest School Garrison, Md 384

Gilbert, Madame Mary W...New York City, N. Y. ..448

Girls' Latin School Baltimore, Md 416

Grand Hotel Continental. . .Munich, Germany

Guild & Evans, The Misses. .Boston, Mass 352

Gunston Hall Washington, D. C 416

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Haggerty-Snell, Mme. Ida.. New York City, N. Y...704

Hamilton Institute New York City, N. Y. . . 95

Harlem Preparatory Sch... New York City, N. Y...288

Harstrom School Xorwalk, Conn 191

Hartford Theological Sera. .Hartford, Conn 63

Harvard University Cambridge, Mass 31

Hawn Sch. of Speech Arts. .New York City, N. Y...480

Heathcote School Harrison, N. Y 256

Hillside School Norwalk, Conn 448

Holbrook's School, Dr Ossining, N. Y 160

Holderness School Plymouth, N. H 224

Holy Cross Academy Washington, D. C 127

House in the Pines Norton, Mass 384

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Irving School New York City, N. Y. . . 95

Irving School Tarrytown, N. Y 320

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Kellogg, Miss Louise New York City, N. Y...576



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