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schs., Brooklvn and N. Y. City, Coll. City of N. Y.,
Columbia Coll., Sch. of Arts, A.B., 1893; grad. Colum-
bia Univ. Law Sch.. LL.B., 1896; m. 1903, Mary O'Brien;
children: John, James, Thomas T. Magner, Mary
O'Brien. In active practise of law since admission



to N. Y. bar, 1897. Mem. N. Y. Assembly, 1904; elected
to 63d Congress from 17th N. Y. Dlst. Democrat.
Address: 319 E. 57th St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Centre Moreland. Pa., Aug. 10, 1858;
ed. Keystone Acad., Factory ville, Pa.; grad. U. S.
Med. Coll., N. Y. City, 1880; afterward attended Post-
Grad. Med. Coll., N. Y. City, 1891-1892. Engaged In
gen. practise in N. Y. City; afterward located at Mill
City, Pa., until 1892, when located in Elmira, N. Y.,
as a specialist In diseases of the eye, ear and throat.
Mem. Chemung Co. Med. Soc, S.A.R. Mason, 32",
Knight Templar, also Odd Fellow. Club: Century
(pres.). Address: Elmira, N. Y.


Artist; b. New Orleans, La.; d. Francis Augustus
Carl, Ph.D., LL.D., and Mary (Breadon) Carl- grad
Tennessee State Female Coll., Memphis, M.A.; studied
art in Paris; pupil of Bougereau and Gustav Cour-
tois. Exhibited in Salons, Paris. Painter of por-
traits and figure subjects; painted portraits of Prince
El Had;) and Mahomet Ali in Algiers in 1892; visited
China in 1903; painted portraits of H. I. M. the Em-
press Dowager, who conferred upon her the orders
of Officer of the Double Dragon and the Manchu
Flaming Pearl; painted various figures and groups
which have been shown in leading exhibitions. Wrote
an account of her life in the Imperial Palace of China,
under title of "With the Empress Dowager of China"
(published by Century Co.), illustrated with author's
sketches. Associate Societe Nationale des Beaux Arts,
Paris; hon. mem. Women's Internat. Art Soc; mem-
ber of Juries of Fine Arts and of Applied Arts, Louis-
iana Purchase Exp'n, St. Louis, 1904. Club: Lyceum
(London. Paris and Berlin). Address: 51 Washington
Square, N. Y. City.


Concert organist; b. Bloomfield, N. J.. March 2,
1865; s. Samuel Randolph and Mary Prudence (Crane)
Carl; ed. in Paris, France, under Alexander Guilmant;
mus. doc. from Univ. of N. Y., 1911. Organist and
choirmaster First Presby'n Ch., N. Y. City; dir. Guil-
mant Organ Sch., N. Y. City: has given over 150 Free
Organ Concerts in First Presby'n Oh. Inaugurated
many of the large organs of the country, including
Series of Recitals at Daffson City (Klondike); has
appeared with the best known orchestras, and at
music festivals. Toured Japan and made successful
study of music in the Orient. Author: Masterpieces,
Thirty Postludes, Novelties for the Organ (2 books).
Master Studies for the Organ; also songs, organ
pieces, and many articles on musical subjects. Dir.
Officier de l'lnstructlon Publique (conferred by
French Gov't), a founder of Am. Guild of Organists,
mem. Academie Francaise, Alliance Francaise. Inter-
nat. Soc. of Musicians, Fraternal Soc. of Musicians.
Nat. Ass'n of Organists and honorary mem. Soc. of
Musicians of Buffalo. Clubs: Guilmant (pres.), St.
Wilfred. Address: 44 W. 12th St., N. Y. City.


Actor, dramatist; b. Somerville, Mass., July 7, 1871-
ed. in Somerville High Sch. At age of twenty made
first appearance on stage, at Bijou Theatre, N. Y.
City, In 1891; has since played many successful r61es;
has starred in Mary's Lamb, etc. Author of plays:
Mam'selle 'Awkins. The Tenderfoot, The Storks, The
Mayor of Tokio, The Spring Chicken, Mary's Lamb.
Club: The Lambs. Address: 200 Riverside Drive.
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Preble, Cortland Co., N. Y., Aug. 24,
1866; s. William S. and Catharine R. (Burdick) Car-
lisle; ed. public schs.; grad. Watertown High Sch.,
1884; m. Pulaski, Jan. 17, 1894, Carrie C. Brown; one
daughter, Catherine C, 'b. 1896. Admitted to N. Y.
Bar, Feb. 15, 1889, U. S. Court, June 19, 1902; mem.
law firm Carlisle & Carlisle. City att'v city of
Watertown, 1891-1892; see. and mem. Democratic
State Com., 1896-1906; chm'n Democratic State Exec
Com., 1903; mem. B'd of Ed'n, citv of Watertown,
1901-1904; capt. Co. C, 1st Inf., N.G.N.Y., 1902-1905;
major 3d Bat., 1st Inf., N.G.N.Y. Democrat. Trustee
Cornell Univ., appt'd by Gov. Hughes, June 9, 1909;
appt'd Public Service Comm'r, 2d Dist, N. Y. State,
July 1, 1910; appt'd chm'n of Com. of Inquiry by Gov.
Sulzer, Jan. 7, 1913, and State Comm'r of Highways,
May 1, 1913. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n. Ass'n Bar City of
N. Y., N. Y. State Bar Ass'n. Jefferson Co., Bar Ass'n.
Recreation: Farming. Clubs: Black River Valley.
Fort Orange. Address: Watertown, N. Y.

Artist; b. Copenhagen, Denmark, Oct. 19, 1853; s.
I. A. S. and Dorothea (Raa) Carlsen; general and art

ed'n at Copenhagen. Came to U. S. and followed art
professionally; received Shaw Purchase prize of Soc.
of Am. Artists, Inness prize of Salmagundi Club; gold
medal Louisiana Purchase Exp'n, 1904; elected acad-
emician Nat. Acad. Design, 1900. Clubs: Salmagundi
(N. Y. City), Bohemian (San Francisco), St. Botolph
(Boston). Address: 43 E. 59th St., N. Y. City.


Journalist; b. Jamestown, N. Y., Oct. 26. 1868; s.
John F. and Louise Carlson; ed. in Jamestown public
schs.; m. Jamestown, June 21, 1893, Freda S. Hendrick-
son; one son: Wendell La Vern, b. 1896. Mg'r Vart
Land, weekly Swedish publication, and mem. Fire Ins.
Agency; elected alderman, Jamestown, 1893; re-elected
1895, with endorsement of Rep., Dem. and Populist
parties; chm'n of com. promoting municipal owner-
ship of water and electric light works; elected mayo?
of Jamestown, 1908. having been endorsed by Repub-
lican and Democratic portion, and three times re-
elected. Delegate 4 times to League of Am. Munici-
palities; three times appt'd mem. Jamestown B'd of
Public Works, on which he served 10 years. Twice
delegate to Rep. State Conv. Mem. Civic Reform
Ass'n. Independent Republican. Mason (Mt. Moriah
Lodge, Jamestown) ; mem. Knights of Pythias, Mac-
cabees, Y.M.C.A., Scandinavian Brotherhood of Amer-
ica. Address: 37 Maple St., Jamestown, N. Y.


V.-p. Western Union Telegraph Co.; b. Elizabeth, N.
J., Feb. 19, 1869; s. William James and Helen (New-
comb) Carlton; grad. Stevens Inst, of Technology,
M.E.; m. N. Y. City, Oct. 31, 1906, Josephine Winslow
Smith; one son: Winslow, b Dec. 27, 1907. Mechani-
cal Eng'r, Buffalo, N. Y., 1891-1899; dir. works, Pan-
Am. Exp'n, 1899-1902; v.-p. Bell Telephone Co. of Buf-
falo, 1902-1904; v.-p. Westinghouse Electric & Mf'g
Co., 1904-1906; v.-p. and m'g dir. British Westing-
house Electric & Mf'g Co., London, England, 1906-
1910; v.-p. and dir. Western Union Telegraph Co.;
pres. Am. District Telegraph Co. of N. J.; dir. Liberty
Nat. Bank, Great North Western Telegraph Co. of
Canada. Cluhs: Century Ass'n, N. Y. Yacht, Piping
Rock. Residence: 122 E. 65th St. Address: 195 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1847; s. Nelson G. and
Rebecca J. (Vunck) Carman; ed. Polytechnic Inst.,
Brooklyn; Prof. Overheiser's Prep. Sch.; Yale, A.B.,
1S69; Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 1874; m. Brooklyn, N.
Y., Oct. 14, 1869, Mary Adella Cary. Republican; has
served as pres. Republican Campaign Club, Babylon,
L. I. Formerly dir. N. E. Soc. Recreations: Travel,
golf. Clubs: University, Brooklyn, Hamilton (Brook-
lyn). Address: 54 Pierrepont St.. Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Dryden, N. Y., April 14, 1858; s. Abram
Chester and Sarah (Griswold) Carmer; grad. Univ. of
Mich., LL.B., 1883; Nat Univ. (Washington, D. C),
M.L., 1887; m. Homer, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1886, Ella Rosa.
Held position in the Treasury Dep't at Washington.
1886-1891; since then engaged in practise at Seneca
Falls, N. Y.; mem. law firm Hawley & Carmer. Dir.
and mg'r Water Works Co. of Seneca Falls; dir Ex-
change Nat. Bank, Seneca Falls; Seneca Falls Hist.
Soc; dir. and treas. Independent Ice Co., Seneca Falls;
trustee Elmira Coll. Presby'n; comm'r to Gen. As-
sembly Presby'n Ch., Los Angeles, 1903. Democratic
candidate for State Senate. 1906. Mason. Address:
Seneca Falls, N. Y.


Lawyer, teacher; b. Watervliet, Berrien Co., Mich..
Feb. 13, 1871; s. Dennis and Ann (Connolly) Carmody;
ed. Univ. of Mich., 1893-1S97 (honors in debating, act-
ing and oratory), A.B., 1899; N. Y. Law Sch., 1900-
1901; Brooklyn Law Sch., 1901-1902, LL.B., 1902: m.
Burlington, Iowa, June 25, 1901, Charlotte L. Kirk:
children: Francis X., Jr., b. 1904; Caroline, b. 1906.
Prof, public speaking, Univ. of Notre Dame, Ind 1897-
1900; Polytechnic Inst., Brooklyn, 1900-1903; lecturer
in public speaking, Columbia Univ., 1903-1905; Hark-
ness instr. In public speaking, Union Theol. Sem.. N.
Y. City, from 1904; lecturer in sermonic composition,
Union Theol. Sem., since 1907; prof, constitutional
law, Brooklyn Law Sch., since 1904, and of code plead-
ing and practise from 1908. Practising law, N. Y
City, since 1902. Democrat; candidate for dist. att'y
of Kings County on Independence League ticket, 1907;
chm'n Governing Com., Brooklyn Democratic Club,
1905-1908; v.-p. b'd of mg'rs, Brooklyn Disciplinary
Training Sch. for Boys, 1910-1913. Recreations:
Swimming, boating. Residence: 1114 Ocean At.,
Brooklyn. Address: 64 Wall St.. N. Y. City.




Attorney Gen. N. Y. State; b. Milo, N. Y., Oct. 9.
1859; prepared at Penn Yan Acad.; attended Cornell
Univ., 1S78-1S90; m. Albany, N. Y July 29, 1913,
Agnes F. Flinn. Admitted to bar, 1S87; dist. att'y
ot Yates Co., 1891; chief examiner State B'd of Civil
Service Comm'rs, 1S92-1894. Elected att'y gen. N. Y.
State for 2 years, 1911-1912; re-elected Nov.. 1912.
Democratic campaign speaker. Address; Albany, N. Y.


Manufacturer and philanthropist; b. Dunfermline,
Scotland, Nov. 25, 1S35; came to U. S., 1845; attended
sch. few years (LL.D., Glasgow, 1905, Univ. of Pa.,
Aberdeen, and Edinburgh, 1906); m. N. Y. City, 1887,
Louise Whitfield. As boy attended small stationary
engine, but soon became telegraph messenger for At-
lantic and Ohio Telegraph Co.; later operator and
clerk in office of sup't and mg'r telegraph lines, Pa.
R. R, Pittsburgh; while there made acquaintance of
Mr. Woodruff, inventor of sleeping car, and joined
with him In enterprise, which proved successful; be-
came sup't of Pittsburgh Div. Pa. R. R.; successful in
venture at Oil Creek, and in founding of rolling-mill,
from which grew immense control of iron and steel
industries, Edgar Thomson Steel Works, Pittsburgh
Bessemer Steel Works, Lucy Furnaces, Union Iron
Mills, Keystone Bridge Works, Hartman Steel Works,
Frick Coke Co.. Scotia Ore Mines, etc., all now merged
in U. S. Steel Corp'n, of the bonds of which is largest
owner. Has made many magnificent donations to
towns and inst'ns; founded Pittsburgh Inst.; has given
over $40,000,000 for 1,500 libraries, and large sums for
other philanthropic woTks; these include: $10,000,000
to Carnegie Inst., Pittsburgh; $5,000,900 to N. Y. for
establishment of branch libraries; $10,000,000 to Car-
negie Inst'n, Washington; $10,000,009 to Scotch Univs.;
$6,000,000 to fund for Employees of Carnegie Steel
Co., and in all has given nearly $100,000,000. Founder
Carnegie Fund for Advancement of Teaching, Carnegie
Corp'n of N. Y., Carnegie Hero Fund. Lord rector of
Univ. of St. Andrew, Edinburgh. 1902. Author: An
American Four-in-Hand in Britain; Round the World;
Fifty Years' March of the Republic; also various ar-
ticles on labor question. Clubs: Union League, Au-
thors, Engineers, Lotos and other clubs. Address: 2
E. 91st St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. Pittsburgh, Jan. 6, 1874; s. Thomas
M. and Lucy (Coleman) Carnegie; ed. St. Paul's School,
Concord, N. H., and Columbia Law School; m. West-
chester, Oct. 25, 1898, Virginia D. Beggs; one son:
Thomas Morrison. V.-p. Cock'burn Barrow & Machine
Co.; pres. Scott Engine & Construction Co.; dlr. Car-
negie Music Hall, Home Trust Co., Hoboken. Trustee
and treas. Carnegie Foundation for Advancement of
Teaching. Mem. A.A.A.S., N. Y. Botanical Garden,
Alumni Columbia Law School and St. Paul's School.
Clubs: Racquet and Tennis, Union League, Engineers,
Shinnecock Golf. Meadow, Southampton, Pittsburgh,
Allegheny County. Address: Hotel Lorraine, Fifth Av.
and 45th St., N. Y. City.


Principal Albany Business Coll.; b. Troy, N. Y.. Sept.
19, 1S45; s. James and Margaret Carnell; m. Cham-
plain, N. Y., 1867, Linda Hitchcock. Actively engaged
in commercial sch. work for more than forty years,
and since 1884 prin. Albany Business Coll. (firm of
Carnell & Hoit). Dir. N. Y. State Nat. Bank; trustee
Albanv County Savings Bank; dir. Union Trust Co.
of Albany. Mem. St. Luke's M. E. Ch. Mem. Nat.
Business Educators' Ass'n, Country Club. Address:
469 State St., Albany, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Kingston, Ohio, Nov. 5, 1866; s. Rev.
George (D.D.) and Matilda (GilTuth) Carpenter; grad.
Univ Wooster, Wocster, Ohio, A.B., 1889; A.M., 1892,
N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B., cum laude, 1SS3; m. N. Y. City.
June 27, 1900, Edith Kent Develin. Editor Asbury
Park Press. 1889-1890; on city and editorial staff of
N. Y. Tribune, 1890-1893. Admitted to bar March.
1894, and has been engaged in practise of law, N. Y.
City, since that time. Mem. firm Daly Hoyt & Mason;
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. Country Lawyers Ass'n,
Ohio Soc, Phi Delta Theta fraternity. Republican.
Clubs: Republican (N. Y.), Scarsdale Golf and Coun-
try. Residence: Scarsdale, N. Y. Address: 15 William
St., N. Y. City.

Manufacturer printing presses; b. Albany, N. Y.,
March 13, 3847; ed. at Albany Acad.; m. Caroline
Bowne Smith; children: Lilian Adele, Beatrice, George
W. (Yale, '03), Charles W.. Jr. Mem. firm of R. Hoe
& Co. Mem. Chamber of Commerce, Sons of Revolu-

tion, New England Soc, Met. Museum of Art. Clubs:
Union League, Metropolitan, Groller. Residence: 526
West End Av. Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Rainbow, Conn.; d. Rev. Thomas H. and
Eliza (Hallock) Rouse; ed. Mills Coll., Calif.; N. Y.
Univ. Law Sch., LL.B., 181)6; m. West Wlnsted, Conn..
Sept. 3, 1880, Philip Carpenter. Admitted to N. V.
Bar, June, 1897, and has since practised in N. Y. City.
Dir. Women's Ass'n of the Bar. Republican; Congre-
gationallst. Expres. Sorosis C ub, N. Y. State Fed-
eration of Women's Clubs. Women Lawyers' Club and
Nat. Soc. New England Women; mem. Daughters Am.
Revolution. Clubs: Woman's Press. California. Resi-
dence. "Gray Wings," S5 Berkeley Av.. Yonkers. N. Y.
Address: 111 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Stock broker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 22. 1862:
s. Frank B. Carpenter (artist who painted the Emanci-
pation Proclamation which hangs In Capitol at Wash-
ington), and Augusta (Prentice) Carpenter; m. Feb.
13. 1884 Cora Anderson, of Louisville, Ky. Mem.
firm of Charles Head & Co., Boston and N. Y. City,
1890-1895; formed firm of Thomas L. Manson & Co.;
mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange, until Dec. 31, 1909, when
formed firm of Carpenter & Co., mems. N. Y. Stock
Exchange. Retired from business June 30, 1913. Dir.
N. E. Soc. Clubs: Union League (mem. Exec. Com.),
N. Y. Athletic, Ardsley (gov.), Metropolitan, Sleepy
Hollow Country. Country seat: Fairlight Cottage,
Ardsley-on-Hudson, N. Y., and Camp Arden, Loon
Lake, Franklin Co., N. Y. Residence: 56 W. 55th St.,
N. Y. City.


Broker, cotton merchant; b. Natchez, Miss., May 11,
1870: s. J. N. and Ziporah (Russell) Carpenter; at-
tended Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, Tenn., 1886-1889;
m. Natchez. Miss., Oct. 10, 1892, Amelia Roper Young,
one son, Joseph N., Jr. Cashier Bessemer Savings
Bank. Ala.. 1890-1900: mem. Carpenter. Dessommes &
Co., cotton merchants, L'verpool, since 1900; Atwood
Violett & Co.. N. Y., 1902-1905: organized, and mem.
since 1905 Carpenter, Baggott & Co. (now C. L. Car-
penter & Co.). Mem. N. Y. Stock Exchange, N. Y.
Cotton Exchange, N. Y. Produce Exchange, and Liver-
pool Cotton Exchange. Episcoplaian. Past Worthy
Grand Master Kappa Sigma fraternity. Recreations:
Fishing, yachting. Clubs: N. Y., N. Y. Athletic, Lambs,
Atlantic Yacht. Columbia Yacht. Residence: 404 River-
side Drive. Address: 21 William St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Bath, N. H., March 9, 1856: s. Hon. Alonzo
P. Carpenter, chief justice of New Hampshire, and
Julia (Goodall) Carpenter; grad. St. Johnsbury (Vt.)
Acad, and Dartmouth Coll., A.B. (class historian), 1877;
studied low, 1877-1880; m. West Winsted, Conn., Sept. a,
1S80, Fanny Hallock Rouse. Admitted to N. H. bar,
Sept. 2. 1880; practised at Lancaster, N. H.. 1S80-18S6:
since then in N. Y. City. Judge-advocate-gen. of N. H.,
1885-1886; ass't dist. att'y of N. Y.. 1897. Republican.
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. State Bar Ass'n,
Soc. Med. Jurisprudence, N. Y. Law Inst., N. H. Hist.
Soc, Dartmouth Ass'n in N. Y., N. H. Soc. of N. Y.,
Kappa Epsilon Ass'n of N. Y. Clubs: Union League,
Delta Kappa Epsilon Ass'n of N. Y. Clubs: Union
League, Republican, Dartmouth. Residence: "Gray
Wings," 85 Berkeley Av., Yonkers, N. Y. Address:
111 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Capitalist;, b. New Rochelle, N. Y., July 22, 1844;
s. Philemon Hand Ezit (Moody) Carpenter; ed. New
Rochelle public sens. ; m. Hackensack, N. J., April 23,
1873, Martha C. Chrystal; children: Anna Carpenter
Todd, Frank M., Marguerite Carptenter Perley. Began
coal business. 1S69, now conducted under New Rochelle
Coal and Lumber Co., of which was pres. until 1902.
when resigned, still holding office of dir. Also v.-p.
New Rochelle Trust Co. Prohibitionist; Baptist. Treas.
and dir. New Rochelle Y. M. C. A.; pres. Colburn Home
for Aged; v.-p. Organized Charities of New Rochelle.
Address: 5 Hamilton Av., Rochelle Heights, New
Rochelle, N. Y.


Engineer, prof, eng'ring; b. Orion, Mich., June 26,
1S52; s. Charles K. and Jeanette (Coryell) Carpenter;
grad. Mich. Agr'l Coll.. B.S.. 1873; M.S.. 1876, (LL.D.,
1907); Univ. of Mich., C.E., 1875; Cornell Univ. M.M.E.,
1888; m. Greenville, Mich., 1S76, Marion Dewey; chil-
dren: George Dewey, b. 1880; Naomi Jeanette, b.
1881; Charles K, b. 1882. Prof. In Mich. Agr'l Coll.,
1878-1890: sinlce 1890 prof, experimental eng'ring,
Cornell Univ. Consulting eng'r, Helderburg Cement



Co.. Cayuga Lake Cement Co., Belleville Cement Co.,
Kosmos Cement Co., Quaker Cement Co., California
Portland Cement Co., and other cement co's; Ontario
Power Co., Niagara Fails, Ont.; Apple River Power
Co.. St. Paul. Minn.; Utica Street K. K., Cortland St.
R. R., The White Co., Mf'rs automobiles; The Baker
Electric Co., etc. Has contributed various papers
to proceedings of eng'ring soc's. Author; Experi-
mental Eng'ring; Heating and Ventilating (John
Wiley & Sons); Internal Combustion Engines (D. Van
Nostrand Co.). Dir. Mississippi Valley Portland Ce-
ment Co. (Louisiana, Mo.). Republican; Episcopalian.
Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs; mem. and past v.-p. Am.
Soc. Mech. Eng'rs, Am. Soc. Mining Eng'rs Am. Soc
Heating and Ventilating Eng'rs (dir. and past v.-p.),
Am. Soc. Automobile Eng'rs Soc. of Sigma Xi, Soc. of
Tau Beta Pi. Mem. Delta Tau Delta fraternity.
Recreations: Motor boat, motor car. Clubs: Engi-
neers, Delta Tau Delta (N. Y. City), Town and Gown
Cosmopolitan. Address: 125 Eddy St., Ithaca, N. Y.


Educator, philologist; b. Utica, N. Y., July 15, 1853:
s. William Penn and Sarah Ann (Keeling) Carpenter:
ed. public schs. ot Utica; Cornell Univ., 1877-1878:
Hamilton Coll., A.B., 1SS1; Freiburg in Baden, Ger-
many, Ph.D., 1881; fellow by courtesy, Johns Hopkins
Univ., 1881-1SS3; m. Utica, N. Y., July 2, 1884, Anna
Morgan Douglass; children: William Morgan, o. Sept.
2, 1887; Rhys, b. Aug. 5, 1889; John Tilney, b. April 11.
1893. Instr. Chetoric and lecturer on North European*
literature, Cornell Univ., 1883; instr. German anu'
Scandinavian languages, Columbia Coll., 18S3-18S9:
ass't prof. German languages and literatures, Colum-
bia- Univ., 18S9-1890, adjunct prof. 1890-1895; prof.
Germanic philology, 1895-1902; since 1902 Villard prof.
Germanic philology; head Dept. Germanic Languages
and Literatures, and Asso. dean of the grad. faculties
of Polit. Science, Philosophy and Pure Science, Co-
lumbia Univ.; appt'd Provost, Columbia Univ., 1912.
Charter mem. Hins Islendska Fornleifafjelags, Reyka-
javik, Iceland; mem. Maatschappij der Nederlandsche
Letterkunde; v.-p. Germanistic Soc of Am.; mem.
Modern Language Ass'n of Am. Contributing editor
of Americana Germanica; trustee and sec. Columbia
Univ. Press. Mem. Psi Upsilon fraternity. Episco-
palian. Author: Grundriss der neuislandischen Gram-
matik (Leipzig, 1881); Nikolasdrapa Halls Prests, an
Icelandic Poem from A.D. 1400 (doctor's dissertation.
Halle, 1881). Contributor to Johnson's Universal Cy-
clopedia of Names; Library of World's Best Litera-
ture; also articles on Iceland, etc., in various maga-
zines and reviews. Club: Centurv. Address: 253 W
100th St., N. Y. City.


Caricaturist, illustrator for magazines; b. N. Y. City.
Jan. 7. 1881; ed. public schs. in N. Y.; never studied
art; m. Aug. 22, 1906, Helen Stillwell, artist and writer.
Employed on N. Y. Recorder 1894, later on N. Y.
Herald, Philadelphia Times, N. Y. Journal and N. Y.
World, since 1903. Creator of comic hits: Lady Bounti-
ful. Phyllis. Romeo, All the Comforts of Home, Willie
Wise, Home Sweet Home, Reddy and Caruso, Prodigal
Son, Step Brothers, etc. Residence: Redbank, N. J.
Address: N. Y. "World. N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Salisbury, N. Y.. March 10, 1842; s
Eleazer and Hannah (Royner) Carr; ed. in Fairfield
(N. Y.) Sem.; m. Albany, N. Y., April 24, 1864. Ruth
Duke; children: Raymond W., b. 1868; Lewis E., Jr., b
1S70. Admitted to bar at Albany, N. Y., May. 1864,
and since engaged in practise. Resident counsel in
Albany of The Delaware and Hudson Co.,- Republican;
Episcopalian. Mem. N. Y. State Bar Ass'n. Clubs:
Lawyers. Fort Orange. Address: Albany, N. Y.


Physician: b. Greene Co., N. C, Oct. 24. 1870; s.
Titus William and Ada Gray (Little) Carr: ed. Snow
Hill Acad.. Snow Hill. N. C; Wake Forest Coll., N. C.
A.B., 1S89: Univ. of Va.. 1889-1890; Coll. Phys. and
Surg. (Columbia Univ.), M.D., 1892; graduate City
Hosp., N. Y. City. 1S93; unmarried. Engaged in private
and hosp. practise in N. Y. City since 1894; clinical
ass't Vanderbilt Clinic, Dep't of Otology, surgeon to
West Side Sch. for Crippled Children; ass't surgeon.
N. Y. Throat. Nose and Lung Hosp. Democrat. Mem.
N. Y. Med. Soc, N. Y. State and County Med. Soc, Am
Med. Ass'n, Alumni Ass'n of City Hosp. Mem. Southern
Soc, N. C. Society of N. Y., Alumni of Univ. of Va
Recreations: Tennis, vachting. Address: "The Ken-
more." 353 W. r.7th St.. N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Cornwall, Vt.; grad. Middleburv Coll.,
A.B. (valedictorian), N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B. (1st prize

and fellowship). Mem. firm Morgan & Seabury 2
years; Instr. in Law of Contracts, N. Y. Law Sch.
Now dir. L. Martin & Co., Magnetic Pigment Co., Acme
Carbon Co., John Neilson Co., and mem. firm Morgan,
Morgan & Carr. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Phi
Beta Kappa Soc, Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
Club: Republican. Residence: 80 Washington Sq. Ad-
dress: 60 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, dir. Consular Service; b. Hillsooro, Ohio,
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