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Jurist; b. Brooklyn, Oct. 10, 1862; s. Cornelius and
Mary (Gallagher) Carr; grad. College of St. Francis
Xavier, N. Y. City, A.B., 1882; Villanova College, LL.D.,
1905; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1887, Julia M. Fryer;
six children. Admitted to ibar SeDt., 1884; clerk in
Supreme Court in Kings Co., 1891-1892; U. S. comm'r,
1893-1894; ass't corporation counsel, City of N. Y.,
1898-1902. Justice of the Supreme Court of N. Y.
since Jan. 1, 1907. Clutis: Brooklvn. Montauk, Riding
and Driving. Address: 831 Carroll St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Logansport, Ind., June 7, 1858; s.
Henry Montgomerie and Charlotte (Jones) Carr; grad.
Illinois Wesleyan Univ., B.S., A.B., 1884, A.M., 1887,
D.D., 1910; Drew Theol. Sem., Madison, N. J., B.D.,
1888; m. 1890, Mellie Florence Dyer; children: Henry
Montgomerie, Helen Dyer, Alice, Ralph William. Or-
dained in ministry of Methodist Episcopal Ch., enter-
ing Illinois Conference; pastor at Minier, 111., 1S84;
transferred to N. Y. East Conference 1887. in which
has since served as pastor at Oyster Bay, D. I., 1887-
1888; Corona, N. Y., 1889; Bridgehampton, L. I., 1S90-
1S92; Southold, L. I., 1893; St. Andrew's Ch.. New
Haven, Conn., 1894-1895; Lvnbrook, L. I., 1896-1897;
St. Paul's, Hartford, Conn., 1898-1901; Prospect Av. Ch.,
Bronx, N. Y. City, since 1902, where, under his pas-
torate, property has been acquired and a fine church
built, and dedicated Oct. 17, 1909. Pres. New Haven
(Conn.) Dist., Epworth League, 1895; sec. Hartford
(Conn.) Federation of Churches, 1900-1901; Memorial
Day chaplain Grand Army of the Republic, City of N.
Y., May 30. 1907. Charter mem. N. Y. City Alumni
Ass'n, Phi Delta Theta; pres. N. Y. City Alumni Ass'n
of 111., Wesleyan Univ., 1913. Address: 868 Macy PI.,
N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Saratoga Spgs., N. Y.; s. James and Marv
(Vandewalker) Carragan; ed. in Saratoga public schs.:
m. Bayonne, N. J., Aug. 15, 1866, Margaret Vreeland;
one d. : Ella (Mrs. Charles W. Thomas). Went to
Calif., around Cape Horn, in 1861; visited there again
in 1901, and went to the Hawaiian Islands. With
Schieffelin & Co., druggists, 170 William St., 23 vears.
and all over U. S. Now pres. First Nat. Bank of
Bayonne; v.-p. Billings, King & Co. (438 Pearl St., N.
Y. City); dir. Cook & Bernheimer Co.. Hudson Co.
Watnr Co.. Tonopah & Tidewater R. R., Tonopah <&
Greenwater R. R. (all N. Y. City), Patapsco Electric
Co., of Baltimore, and N. J., Ind. & 111. R. R. Co. Re-
publican. Elder Reformed (Dutch) Church. Pres.
Bayonne Hosp. Address: 734 Broadway, Bayonne, N. J.


Surgeon; b. Sainte Foy les Lyons. France, June 28.
1873; s. Alexis and Anne (Ricard) Carrel: grad. Sc.B..
1*91; M.D., 1900, Univ. of Lyons. France; Sc.D. Colum-
bia. 1913; unmarried. Came to U. S. 1905; mem. Rocke-
feller Inst, for Med. Research since 1911; received
Nobel prize, 1912. Contb'r on biol. and surg. subjects.
Knight of the Legion of Honor, 1913. Address: Rocke-
feller Inst., 66th St. and Avenue A, N. Y. City.

Architect; b. nr. Cincinnati, May 28, 1S69; s. Her-
cules and Eleanora (Prescott) Carrel: ed. public and
Woodward High schs., Cincinnati, and tutors. Mem.



firm I irrel, architects; mem. X. Y. Archi-

tectural League; Fellow Am. Inst, of Architects. Mem.
Ohio Soc. of N, Y. Address: 1123 Broadway, N. i.



Lawyer; b. Delhi, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1853; s. Ira and
Phebe (Stoddart) Carrington; grad. Wesleyan Univ.,
A.B. (first honors, sp'l honors in mathematics).
1876, A.M., 1879; m. Williamsport, Pa., Aug. 2, L883,
Elizabeth Dart; one son: George Dart. Prin. high
sch.. Cochituate. Mass., 1877-1878; prof, higher mathe-
matics, Williamsport Dickinson Sem 1879-1880; at
Columbia Law SOh., lssO. Admitted to bar, June,
18S1; has practiced law in N. Y. City since 1883; mem.
law firm of Carrington & Pierce. .Pres. Manhattan
Mortgage Co., since 1901; also pres. The Estates Set-
tlement Co. First v.-p. and gen. mg'r Guaranteed
Mortgage Co. Republican. Chm'n Alumni Council of
Wesleyan Univ.; mem. N. Y. Chamber of Commerce.
N. Y. State Hist. Ass'n. Acad, of Polit. Science, Ass'n
Bar City of N. Y., Phi Beta Kappa Soc, County
Lawyers' Ass'n, Wesleyan Alumni Ass'n of N. Y. City;
Delaware Valley Soc. of N. Y. City. Recreation: Golf.
Clubs: Baltusrol Golf (Springfield, N. J.), Englewood
Country (Englewood, N. J.). Residence: 30S W. 106th
St. Address: 200 Broadway. N. Y. City.


Lawyer: b. Washington, D. C; s. Edward C. and
Florida (Harrison) Carrington; grad. Univ. of lid.,
Dep't of Law; m. Baltimore. Md., June 27, 1900, Lucy
M. Hewes; children: Edward C, b. 1902; Harrison H.
b. 1904; Madeleine, b. 1910. Practised law in Balti-
more. 14 years, specializing in corp'n work. Moved
to N. Y.. July, 1909, to accept office as v.-p. Assets
Realization Co., which office still holds. Pres. and
dir. Three Hundred and Three Fifth Av. Co.; v.-p.
and dir. Wall St. Building Exchange Ass'n, Van Kan-
nel Revolving Door Co., Ashlev & Bailey Co., Simms
Magneto Co.; dir. U. S. Metal Products Co., Hall Switch
& Signal Co., Art Metal Construction Co. Clubs:
City, Whitehall. Reform, Clove Valley Fish and Gun,
Manhattan, Baltimore Countrv. Maryland Country
(Baltimore). Residence: 100th St. and Riverside
Drive. Address: 25 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Curator, editor, lecturer; b. Surbiton, Surrey, Eng.,
Nov. 6, 1SG9; ed. at Bute House, Petersham, Eng., and
Victoria Coll., Jersey, Channel Islands; honorary
A.M., Dickinson Coll., 1913; m. Feb. 24, 1897, Charlotte
Austen Singleton. Came to U. S. in 1886, and for one
year was farmer at Hastings, Minn.; was on railway
survey of Great Northern R'y, 1888-1889; gave up po-
sition to work for Harington Beard (fine arts), in
Minneapolis until 1892, when became clerk and sales-
man with Frederick Keppei & Co., for whom later
became gen. mg'r, and In 1899, partner; later treas.,
dir. and gen. mg'r of Frederick Keppei & Co.; retired
from firm February 28, 1913. Has edited, arranged
and written introduction for various artistic books,
including: Dante's The New Life (translation and.
pictures by Rossetti); The Queen's Garland (Eliza-
bethan verse); Songs and Sonnets by Richard Love-
lace; The Apocalypse (designs by Albert Durer); The
King's Lyrics (Temp. James I and Charles I); The
Pilgrim's Staff (sacred verse, chiefly 17th century);
The Shepherd's Pipe (pastoral verse, mainly of the
17th century); Pictures and Poems (Rossetti); Pic-
tures of Romance and Wonder; St. George and the
Dragon; The Doom of King Acrisius, by William
Morris, and the Song of Songs; now editor"The Print
Collector's Quarterly. Lecturer on History of En-
graving at Harvard Univ. Curator of prints, Mus. of
Fine Arts, Boston. Club: The Grolier. Residence: 4S
Oakley Road, Belmont, Mass. Address: Museum of
Fine Arts, Boston Mass.


Author; b. Jersey, Channel Islands, Eng., 18S0; s.
Robert Charles Carrington, F.R.G.S.; ed. Sansom's and
Philological Schs., London: Cranbrook, Kent, honors in
mathematics, chemistry; m. N. Y. City. April 24, 1907.
Helen Wildman. Editor Street & Smith's novels, until
appt'd mem. Council of Am. Inst, for Scientific Re-
search, N. Y. City; mem. Soc. for Psychical Research,
London. Agnostic in religion. Recreations: Tennis,
boxing, reading. Mg'r of Mme. Eusapia Palladino on
her first visit to America. Author: The Physical
Phenomena of Spiritualism; Vitality, Fasting and
Nutrition; The Natural Food of Man; Death- Its
Causes and Phenomena (jointly with J. R. Meader);
Death Deferred; The Coming Science; Eusapia Pal-
ladino and Her Phenomena; The Problems of Psvchi-
cal Research: Personal Experiences in Spiritualism:
True Ghost Stories; The Bovs' Book of Magic; Hindu
Magic: Handcuff Tricks; Side Show and Animal

Tricks; translator of Prof. Fournoy's Spiritism and
hology, etc.; frequent contb'r to journals ana
zines on gen. scientific and psychological sub-
jects. Address: 504 W. lilth St., N. Y. City.


Editor; b. Columbus, O. ; s. Gen. Henry B. (U. S. A.)
and Margaret Irvin (Sullivant) Carrington; Wabash
Coll., M.A., 1898. Connected with Scrlbner's Magazine
since 1887, now ass't editor. Contributor to various
periodicals of articles on art and nature subjects and
occasional poems. Lecturer on American Illustration
and Nature Study. Club: Salmagundi. Address: 597
Fifth Av.. N. Y. City.


Mf'r, State senator; b. Brooklyn. N. Y.: ed. public
schs. of Brooklyn. Elected exec. mem. 14th Assembly
Dist. Democratic Ass'n, 1911, re-elected 1912; elected
State senator 1912. Chm'n Senate Com. on Commerce
and Navigation; mem. Com. on Cities, Com. on Rail-
roads, Com. on Conservation, Com. on Revision. Resi-
dence: 135 N. 3d St. Address: 211 Jackson St., Brook-
lyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Johnstown, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1869; s. John
i id Augusta (Tourtellot) Carroll; grad. Trinity
Mil. Inst., 1886; Union Coll., Schenectady, N. T., A.B.,
1890, A.M., 1893; m. Johnstown, N. Y., Oct. 30, 1894,
Eleanor P., d. Jacob P. Miller; children: John Miller
Carroll, b. June 12, 1902; Edward Linus Carroll, b.
Dec. 2, 1906. Admitted to Bar of N. Y. State, Sept.
1892, and in active practice ever since; admitted to
and practises in U. S. Supreme Court, U. S. Circuit
Court of Appeals, U. S. Circuit Court, and U. S. Dist.
Court. Dir. and gen. counsel Glen Telephone Co.;
counsel Fulton Co. Gas and Electric Co.; Mohawk
Hydro-Electric Co., gen. counsel Charles B. Knox Co.,
etc. Dir. Johnstown B'd of Trade. Democrat; Episco-
palian. Mem. N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Alpha Delta Phi
fraternity, Fort Johnstown Chapter S.A.R. Mason:
Knight Templar, 32"; past district deputy grand
master 19th dist., past grand master of veil in Grand
Chapter, R. A.M. Pres. B'd of Trustees Johnstown
Public Library; corr. sec. Johnstown Hist. Soc.
(which, by statute, has the custody of the only Ba-
ronial Mansion now standing in U. S., viz.: Sir Wil-
liam Johnson Hall). Club: Colonial (Johnstown).
Address: Johnstown, Fulton Co., N. Y.

Journalist, author; b. Albany, N. Y., 1854; ed. public
schs., N. Y. City, Hanover, Germany, and Geneva.
Switzerland. Connected with N. Y. Times many years
as ass't editor and sp'l Washington correspondent;
pres. Sicilian Asphalt Paving Co. Chief of art'y State
of N. Y., 1895-1898; insp.-gen. N. Y. troops in Spanish-
Am. War with rank of brig.-gen. Author: A Missis-
sippi Incident; Twelve Americans, Their Lives and
Times; The American Countess (play), etc. Delegate
to 3 Rep. Nat. convs. Decorated by German Emperor
with order of the Red Eagle, for interest in German
affairs. Residence: 4 E. 64th St. Address: 41 Park
Row, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Paterson, N. J., Feb. 20, 1848- d
Stephen H. and Emeline (Butler) Wall; attended
Acad. Mount St. Vincent-on-the-Hudson, Univ. of Buf-
falo, Dep't of Medicine, 1891; Dep't of Law, LL.B ,
1906, LL.M., 1908; m. Paterson, N. J., Peter V. Carroll,
(died 1896); children: Evangeline, b. 1869; Mary Alice,
b. 1871; Mary Rose, b. 1873; William M., b. 1875; Au-
gustin G b. 1877; Vincent, b. 1879; Adele, b. 1881;
Emeline, b. 1885; Genevieve, b. 1888; Stephen, b. 1891.
Supreme Med. Examiner of Ladies Catholic Benevo-
V? n j A J sn for past 11 y ear s; read germ papers before
Med. Socs., and popular talks on tuberculosis, before
branches of that ass'n. Catholic. Mem. Acad. Medi-
cine, Buffalo, Erie Co. Med. Soc, N. Y. State Med
feoc, Am. Med. Ass'n, Women's Med. Soc, N. Y. State
organizer of Physicians' League. Buffalo; charter
mem. Women's Edn'I and Industrial Union, Nat. Fra-
ternal Congress, pres. M.D. Soc, 1909. Clubs: Pro-
fessional and Business Women's (Buffalo) College
Buffalo V Y Y ' City) ' Address: 285 Ashland Av.,

n ^ aw y. er; - b : N. Y., July 16 1886; s. Howard and Caro-
M ( ?^ rln 2 T Carroll; srad - Harvard Coll., A.B., 1906,
. ' ; i 907; Harvard Law Sch., LL.B., 1909. Admitted
to N. Y. Bar, March, 1909. Mem. firm Gould & Wilkie
lawyers; dir. Sicilian Asphalt Paving Co., sec and
dir Lawrence Press. Mem. N. Y. CoSnty Com. Re-
Publican. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y Clubs- Union

Mth 8 ^ 1 C ift RepUbli ^ an ,', Ha "' a rd.- Residence: 4 e"
64th St. Address: 2 Wall St., N. Y. City.




Yachtsman; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 29, 1862; s. Gov. John
Lee and Anita (Phelps) Carroll; grad. Harvard, A.B.,
1885; m. 1891, Marion, d. Eugene Langdon, of N. Y.
City; one d., Dorothea. In 1894 his yacht Navahoe
participated in the important European regattas, and
in race for Breton Reef Cup defeated the celebrated
Britannia, owned by the Prince of Wales. Mem. Delta
Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Clubs: Union, Knicker-
bocker, Racquet, N. Y. Yacht, Darchmont Yacht, Sea-
wanhaka-Corinthian Yacht, Automobile of America,
Turf and Field, Ardsley, Porcelain (N. Y. City);
Metropolitan (Washington); Eastern Yacht (Boston).
Residence: 41 E. 49th St., N. Y. City, and in summer,
Newport, R. I.


Lawyer; b. Berlin, Wis., Jan. 3, 1861; s. Uri and
Lucy A. (Robinson) Carruth; ed. Clinton (N. Y.)
Grammar Sch., Hamilton Coll., LL.B., 1882; m. Clinton,
N. Y., Dec. 31, 1885, Mary Louise Palmer; children:
Charles R., Jr., b. 1886; Harrison P., b. 1889; Frederic
Coudert, b 1897; Alice M., b. 1899; Catherine M., b.
1901. Admitted to bar, 1882; now of law firm of C. R.
& C. U. Carruth. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State
Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y. County
Lawyers' Ass'n, asso. Soc. G.A.R. Democrat; always
active in politics; has been delegate and officer of
many State and other political conventions. Presby'n.
Mason; Clinton Lodge 169, Oneida Chapter 57, R.A.M.,
Coristantine Commandery 48, K.T., Mecca Temple,
gobies of the Mystic Shrine. N. Y. Ctiy. Mem. and
v. -p. Soc. of the Sons of Oneida (N. Y. City). Recrea-
tions: Golf and other outdoor sports. Clubs: Man-
hattan, Shenandoah, Democratic (pres.). Residence:
610 Riverside Drive. Business Address: 2 Rector St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Berlin, Wis., Oct. 23, 1865; s. Uri and
Lucy Ann (Robinson) Carruth; grad. Hamilton Coll.,
A.B., 1889, valedictorian, A.M., 1892; m. Highland,
Kansas, Oct. 30, 1900, Elizabeth Hutt; children: Clar-
ence Uri, Jr., b. Nov. 15. 1901; Virginia Johnson, b.
Dec. 3, 1904; Lucy Robinson, b. Oct. 24, 1906. Prof.
Greek and Latin, Highland Univ., Kansas, 1889-1890.
Admitted to bar, Rochester, N. Y., April 1, 1892; prac-
tised alone at Buffalo, N. Y., 1892-1894, and since
1894 as mem. firm of Charles R. and Clarence U.
Carruth with offices in Buffalo and N. Y. City until
1912, when Buffalo office was discontinued. Repub-
lican; Presby'n. Mem. Chi Psi fraternity. Phi Beta
KapDa Soc, Erie Co. Bar. Ass'n, Lodge of the Ancient
Landmarks No. 441 F. & A. M. Clubs: Phi Beta Kappa
(Buffalo), Lawyers (Buffalo). Pres. Western N. Y.
Ass'n of Hamilton Alumni. Residence: 610 Riverside
Drive. Address: 2 Rector St.. N. Y. City.


Journalist, author; b. near Lake City, Minn., Oct.
31, 1862; s. Oliver Powers and Mary (Veeder) Carruth;
ed. in local schs. and Univ. of Minn.; m. Lake City,
Minn., June 28, 1884, E'.tie L. Gorton; children: Oliver
Edward, b. 1885; Gorton Veeder. b. 1888; Paul Hayden,
b. 1892; Max Irwin, b. 1897. In newspaper work in
Minneapolis; later conducted Estelline Bell in Dakota;
editorial writer on N. Y. Tribune, 1888-1892; July.
1900, to Jan., 1902. editor of the Editor's Drawer
Dep't of Harper's Magazine; on editorial staff Wom-
an's Home Companion since May, 1905. Contb'r to
Century Magazine, Harper's Magazine, Youth's Com-
panion, Saturday Evening Post, Collier's Weekly, etc.
Author: The Adventures of Jones. 1895; The Voyage
of the Rattletrap, 1897; Mr. Milo Bush and Other
Worthies, Their Recollections, 1899; Track's End.
1911 (all Harper & Bros.). Clubs: Players, Dutch
Treat. Residence: Tarrytown, N. Y. Address: 381
Fourth Av., N. Y. City.


Consulting eng'r; b. Jeffersonville. Ind., Dec. 1,
1862; s. Thomas and Matilda (Bradley) Carse; ed.
Chicago public schs., Morgan Park Mil. Acad., and
Univ. of Illinois; m. Cleveland, O., Oct. 4, 1899, Mar-
guerite Switzer; six children. Was resident eng'r
on construction of Sixty-eighth Street Water Supply
Tunnel of Chicago in 1883; resident eng'r of con-
struction works of U. S. Rolling Stock Co., Hege-
wisch. 111., 1884-1885; pres. Black Diamond Coal Min-
ing Co., Denver, Col., 1886; Racine Cement & Pipe
Co., Racine, Wis., 1888-1894; gen. mg'r Greenlee Bros.
& Co. Chicago, 1887-1897; Carse Bros. Co.. Chicago,
1897-1903, and mem. Advisory Com. of U. S. Steel
Corp'n, 1903-1907. Pres. and dir. Carse Bros. Co. of
N. Y., D. B. Carse & Co. of N. Y., Syracuse Gardens
Co. (N. Y.), v.-p. and dir. Western N. Y. Farms Co.
(N. Y.). and Lehigh Coke Co. (N. Y.); pres. and dir.
American Reduction Co. (N. Y.); mem. firm of David

B. Carse & Co. of N. Y. ; mem. Am. Soc. of Mech.
Engrs; Am. Electro-Chemical Soc; Am. Peat Soc.
Clubs: N. Y. Yacht, Railroad. Residence: W. 253d St.,
Riverdale, N. Y. Summer home: Sharon, Conn. Ad-
dress: 165 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Mem. Advisory Com. U. S. Steel Corp.; b. Jefferson-
ville, Ind., Sept. 10, 1864; s. Thomas and Matilda
(Bradley) Carse; grad. Williams College, A.B., 1886;
m. Chicago, 1886, Anna Reed Williams; children: John
B., Jr., b. Bray, Ireland, Aug. 1, 1897 (died 1903);
Donald, b. Chicago, 1899. Located in business in Eng-
land, 1895-1897. Dir. and official in several corp'ns
in Chicago until 1903, when removed to N. Y. City.
Presby'n. Dir. Y. M. C. A. (N. Y. City). Mem. Soc.
Mech. Eng'rs, Am. Iron and Steel Inst., Am. Acad, of
Polit. and Social Science, Delta Kappa Epsilon, 111.
Soc of N. Y. Clubs: University, Railroad, St. An-
drew's Golf, University (Chicago), Chicago Athletic.
Residence: Riverdale-on-Hudson. Address: 71 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Seneca. Ontario Co., N. Y., Jan. 23,
1847; s. Robert and Rebecca (Rippey) Carson; ed.
Canandaigua Acad., Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., M.D. ;
1870; m. Geneva, N. Y., April 30, 1874, Jane -VI. Smith;
children: Thomas C, b. 1878; Robert O. (died, aged
4y 2 ); Elizabeth, b. 1888. Ass't physician, Willard
State Hosp., 1870-1883; sup't N. Y. Inst'n for Deaf and
Dumb, 1883-1884; sup't Syracuse State (Inst'n for
Feeble Minded Children, 1884-1912. Dir. W. & T.
Smith Co. (Nursery), Geneva, N. Y. Asso. prof, men-
tal diseases in Med. Dep't, Syracuse Univ. Travelled
in Europe, 1880, 1913, Central and South America,
1898, West Indies, 1905. Episcopalian; trustee St.
John's Sch., Manlius, N. Y., The Shelter, Syracuse,
N. Y. ; vestryman St. Paul's Ch., Syracuse. Mem.
Syracuse Acad. Medicine, Onondaga Co. Med. Soc;
ex-pres. Am. Ass'n Med. Officers of Inst'ns for Feeble
Minded, Seneca, Co. Med. Soc. Clubs: Citzens (Syra-
cuse), Syracuse Country, A.K.K. (honorary). Ad-
dress: 216 Dewitt St., Syracuse, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Philadelphia, Jan. 28, 1S60; s. Will-
iam and Margaret (Fleming) Carson; ed. West Phila-
delphia Acad.; Univ. of Pa., 1881, A.B., 1885; Reformed
Elieby'n Ch. in Am.). Chaplain 47th Reg*t, N.G.N.Y.
Ursinus Coll.); m. Philadelphia, Feb. 9, 1886, Bessie
MoKnisht. Pastor Central Presby'n Ch., Brooklyn,
since May 20, 1S85 (ch. organized in 1892 with 146
mems, membership in 1913, 2,490, and is largest
Presby'n Ch. in Greater N. Y., and fifth largest
Presby'n Ch. in Am.). Chaplain 47th Reg't N.G.N.Y.
Republican. Moderator Synod of N. Y., 1909; moder-
ator Gen. Assembly of Presby'n Ch., U. S., 1911-1912;
dir. Coll. B*d presby'n Ch.; trustee Ursinus Coll., Col-
legeville, Pa., Presbytery of Brooklyn, Industrial
Home for Blind, Brooklyn; pres. Stony Brook Assem-
bly. Mem. Brooklyn Clerical Union. Club: Union
League (Brooklyn). Address: 258 Jefferson Av.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Hannibal, Mo.; s. Oney and Margaret L.
(Kem) Carstarphen; grad. East Denver (Col.) High
Sch., 1889; Columbian (now George Washington)
Univ., Washington, D. C, LL.B., 1891; m. N. Y. City,
June 30, 1908, Anita Cecelia Cotter, d. William Andre
Cotter and Anna Rebecca (Voorhees) Cotter. En-
gaged In practise of law since 1891, in N. Y. since
1903. Appt'd 1913 Ass't U. 9. Att'y for Southern Dlst.
of N. Y. Held Federal office in Colorado under first
Cleveland administration and county office under
local administration. Democrat. Mem. Southern Soc.
in N. Y., N. Y. Alumni Ass'n of Phi Kappa Psi
Fraternity; dir. and member B'd of Counsel United
Real Estate Owners' Ass'n of City of N. Y. Clubs:
New York Press, Union (Bergen Co.). Residence: 23
W. 31st St. Address: 165 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Railway official; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 14, 1854; s.
George John Bernard and Mary Ann (Sempill) Cars-
tensen; ed. Cayuga Lake Acad., Aurora, N. Y. ; Alex-
ander Mil. Inst., White Plains. N. Y., and rural high
sch., Clinton, N. Y.; m. N. Y. City. Aug. 1, 1877, Adele
Thacher Robin. Beginning as office boy in 1871, has
been continuously in service of N. Y. Central & Hudson
River R.R., and was comptroller for several years un-
til elected, Feb. 1. 1903. to present office as v.-p. In
charge of Accounting Dep't: also since July, 1904, v.-p.
in charge of Accounting Dep't Lake Shore & Mich.
Southern R'y and Ind., 111. & Iowa R.R.. and since Jan.
31, 1905. v.-p. in charge Accounting Dep't Mich. Cen-
tral R.R. and Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St.



Louis R'y; also officer ard in 51 other railways
subsidiary to N. Y. Central System. Clubs: Union
League, Sleepy Hollow Country. Residence: Scars-
dale, Westchester Countv, N. Y^ Address: Grand Cen-
tral Terminal, N. Y. City.


Lawyer, State Senator: b. Edinburgh, Scotland,
Jan. 8, 1SS2; s. David Bruce and Ann (Brown) Cars-
well; resident of Brooklyn, N". V., since 1S87; ed.
Brooklyn public schs., grad. Law Dep't St. Lawrence
Univ., LL.B.. LL.M. (honor man in both degrees).
.Engaged in practise of law, being mem. lirm Carmody
& Carswell. Elected State Senator 1912, 6th Dist.
Kings County; mem. Judiciary Com., Com. on Labor
and Industries, Codes, Banks, Privileges and Elec-
tions and Canals. Democrat. Clubs: Washington,
University of Brooklyn. Clan McDonald O.S.C. and
other orgn's. Mem. Dem. County Com. of Kings Co.
Address: 64 Wall St.. N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Great Bend, N. Y., June 23, 1857; s.
Asa T. and Amanda (Cross) Carter; ed. Great Bend
and Ives Sem., Antwerp, N. Y.; m. Boonville, N Y.,
Oct. 17, 1SS3, Lelia/ M. Wentworth; children: Lulu I.,
Helen W., Erma L. Telegraph operator Utica &
Black River R.R., 1873; with Le Roy De Chammont,
Carthage, later with G. M. Batchford & Co., leather
tanners; mg'r Moose River Tanneries; engaged in
drug business at Carthage and employed with Hon.
Le Roy Crawford, Chase's Lake, making extract
from hemlock bark for tanning; mg'r of tannery for
U. S. Leather Co., at Fine, until 1902. Organizer and
pres. since 1902 Nat. Exchange Bank, Carthage.
Treas. Wilna Farms Co., Security & Real Estate Co.
Republican. Royal Arch Mason, Knight Templar,
Shriner, Odd Fellow (trustee). Trustee B*d of Ed'n,
Carthage. Club: Carthage. Address: Carthage, N. Y.


Musical dir. and composer (formerly lawyer); b.
Orange, N. J., Sept. 3, 1S66; s. Aaron and Sarah Swift
(Trow) Carter; grad. Princeton Univ., A.B. (hon.
philos. oration), 1S8S; Columbia Univ. Sch. Pollt.
Science, M.A.. 1889; Columbia Law Sch., 1888-1891;
completed mus. ed. Berlin, Germany, 1S94-189S; m.
N. Y. City, Sept. 29, 1891, Laura Hoe; children: Laura
Hoe, b. 1S99; Roger Ernest, b. 1901; Elizabeth Wood-
bridge, b. 1906. Admitted to N. Y. Bar, 1891, and
engaged in practise in N. Y. City, 1S91-1892. Lecturer
on music, organist and choirmaster, Princeton Univ.,
1899-1901. Independent Democrat; mem. City Com.,
Citizens' Union, N. Y. City; Presby'n. Mem. Ass'n
Bar City of N. Y.; trustee Ass'n for Protection of
Adlrondacks; mem. Am. Scenic and Historic Preserva-
tion Soc, Nat. Conservation Ass'n, Am. Forestry
Ass'n. Recreations: Forestry, hunting, Ashing. Clubs:
University, Princeton. City, Adirondack League, The
Bohemians (active). Address: 150 W. 58th St., N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Rosario, Argentine Republic, S. A.,

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