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Moons, The King in Yellow. In Search of the Un-
known, The Conspirators, A King and a Few Dukes.
In the Quarter, The Streets of Ascalon, Blue Bird
Weather, The Business of Life, The Hidden Children.
Quick Actkn, and (books for children). Garden Land,
Forest Lard, River Land, Mountain Land, Orchard
Land, Outdoor Land, Hide and Seek in Forest Land.
Mem. Am. Inst. Arts and Letters. Clubs: Century.
Metropolitan. Authors, Triple Island, Automobile of
America. Address: Broadalbin, N. Y.


Architect; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 15, 1866; s. Will-
iam P. and Caroline (Boughton) Chambers; ed. Brook-
lyn Polytechnic Sch.. Yale Univ., A.B., 1887; Univ. of
Munich, 1887-1888; Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1889-
1891; m. 1st, June 9, 1S97, Ethel Notman (died July
19, 1898); 2d, Dresden, Germany, April 23, 1901. Eliza-
beth Margery Ferguson; children: Robert Notman,
Walter Ferguson, William Hall. Engaged in practise
of architecture in N. Y. City from 1891. Enlisted, 1898,
in Squadron A, N. Y. Cav., served six years: honorably
discharged, 1904. Republican: Episcopalian. Mem. N.
Y. Chapter, Am. Inst. Architects, Soc. Beaux Arts
Architects, fellow Am. Inst. Architects (Washington ).
At Yale, mem. He Boule, Psi Epsilon, Scroll and Key.
Clubs: Centurv, University, Yale. Residence: 161 E.
64th St. Address: 109 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Chemist, educator, author; b. Buffalo, N. Y., Mar. 4,
1S68; s. Christopher P. and Eugenie (Monnin) Chamot;
grad. Cornell Univ., B.S., Ph.D. (Sigma Xi), Univ. of
Nancy, France; Tech. Hoohschule, Braunschweig, Ger-
many; Polytechnisum, Delft, Holland; m. Ithaca, N.
Y., 1897, Cora E. Genung. Prof, sanitary chemistry
and toxicology, Cornell Univ. Sanitary expert with
specialty in questions relative to the purity and purifi-
cation of water. Mem. Am. Chem. Soc, Am, Public
Health Ass'n, Omega Upsilon Phi, Alpha Chi Sigma.
fraternities. Club: Town and Gown. Address: Cor-
nell Univ., Ithaca, N. Y.


Patent lawyer; b. Washington, D. C, Jan. 22, 1871:
s. Charles and Catherine Elizabeth (Hyde Champion
(father, Pa. Quaker; mother, Marylander of English
Hyde family; descendant in 7th generation from John
Champion, who migrated from Plymouth in latter part
of 17th century; father and grandfather both inven-
tors); ed public schs. and high sch.. Washington, O.
C, 1877-1888. Studied law N. Y. Univ. Daw Sch.; m.
Hartford, Conn., June 26, 1895, Charlotte Amelia
Flentje; children: Ruth, b. 1900; Mariorie. b. 1905:
Charles Hughes, b. 1908. Mem. Bar State of N. Y. ana
U. S. Courts; engaged in study and practise of pro-
fession since 1SS8 in Washington, Philadelphia, Hart-
ford and N. Y. City, principally for or against seven
of the ten most prolific inventors of America, and
many of the greatest inventors of Europe, including
(1890), Thomas A. Edison, first on the list with 750
patents; six years (1S94-1900), with Francis J*.
Richards, second on the list with over 600 patents,
and first ass't in charge (1893-1894). of all the Am.
patent interests of Dr. Werner von Siemens and the
various Siemens companies of Europe and America.
Patent counsel at different times for mems. of the late
firm of Evarts. Choate & Beaman. Independent In



politics. Started and conducted, 1305, in th<
Assembly Dist. of Brooklyn what is believed to have
been first campaign in N. T. State for selection 01
party leaders and coin's, by direct primary nomi-
nations. Mem. Hartford Scientific Soc, 1895-189S. Mem
Phi Delta Phi Club, N. Y. State Hist. Assn. Mem.
Brooklyn Young Republican Club (mem. Exec. Com.,
1908-1909). etc. Recreation: Walking. ltesidence:
East Orange, N. J. Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Author, editor; b. Stonington, Conn., Jan. 29, 1S34;
s. John Denison and Sylvia (B Champlin;

grad. Yale Univ., A.B., 1856, A.M., 1866; m. Litchfield,
Conn., Oct. 8, IMS, Franka E., d. Capt. Geoi (
Colvocoresses; one son: John Denison, Jr., b. July 23,
1875. Admitted to bar, Litchfield, Conn.,- 1S59. After
1S62 engaged in literary work; asso. editor Bridge-
port Evening Standard, 18ii4; in 1865 established in
Litchfield the Litchfield Sentinel, a weekly, in the
interest of Democratic party; for 4 years chm'n
Cong. Com. 4th Conn. Dist., and was ins"trumental in
bringing about the nomination to Congress of Hon.
William H. Barnum, later U. S. Senator. Democratic
candidate for State Senator, 1866; sold Sentinel, 1869,
and removed to N. Y. City, where since engaged in
literary work. Author: Fox's Mission to Russia.
1873; History of the War for the Union, 1SS1. Asso.
editor Appleton's Am. Cyclopaedia, 1873-1878; editor
Young Folks Cyclopaedias, 1878-1908; editor Cyclo-
paedia of Painters and Paintings, 1881-1887; Cyclo-
paedia of Music and Musicians, 1888-1891; asso. editor
Standard Dictionary, 1892-1894; editor, 1S93 (with
Rossiter Johnson and George Cary Eggleston), of
Liber Scriptorum, the book of the Authors' Club;
editor, 1910, of Orations, Addresses and Speeches of
Chauncey M. Depew (S vols). Lectures: The Tragedy
of Anne Hutchinson. 1911; The Tragedy of Canonchet,
an Episode of King Philip's War 1912. Contb'r En-
cyclopaedia Britannica, Memorial History of New
York, The Yale Book, Forum, Popular Science
Monthly, Harper's Magazine and others. Has trav-
elled in Europe; in 1886 published Chronicle of the
Coach, an account of a four-in-hand trip through
Southern England with Andrew Carnegie, who had
Matthew Arnold, William Black, Edwin Abbey and
other noted guests. In 1891 made similar trip with
Mr. Carnegie through Highlands of Scotland. Demo-
crat. Episopalian. Corr. mem. N. E. Historic-Geneal.
Soc, Virginia, Wisconsin, and mem. New York His-
toric-Geneal. Soc. and other hist. socs. ; eligible to
almost all patriotic socs., from the Mayflower down-
ward, but has never joined any. Recreation: Gene-
alogy. Clubs: Authors, Barnard, etc. Address: 201
W. 78th St., N. Y. City.


Former pres. Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.; b. W.
Randolph. Vt., Aug. 29, 1S40; is of the American
family of Chandlers, which had its origin in three
brothers who settled at Roxbury, Mass., in 1637; is
also a descendant of John Winthrop, first Gov. of
Mass., through his daughter, Mary Winthrop; ed. in
schools of W. Randolph, Vt., spending vacations learn-
ing printing art and working as compositor; also
learning telegraphy and working as messenger in
local telegraph office; m. W. Randolph, Vt., Oct. 11,
1864, Marilla Eunice Stedman. Mg'r Western Union
Telegraph & Cable Co.; appfd receiver same co.,
office of sup't Cleveland & Pittsburgh R.R., 1S59, for
three months; ag*t same road, at Manchester, Pa.,
until 1863; cipher operator in War Dep't, 1863, and
Oct., 1863, distributing clerk for Gen. Eckert, sup't
Dep't of the Potomac, until 1866; chief clerk in office
of sup't Eastern Division, 18S6, and was als\ placed
in charge of transatlantic cable traffic, and later, in
addition, was made sup't 6th Dist., Eastern! Div.,
until Jan., 1875, when became ass't gen. mg'r Atlantic
& Pacific Telegraph Co., in which becama-ncces-
sively sec, trustee, treas. and v.-p., and injr[879 pres.,
until absorption of that company by tpe Western
Union Telegraph Co., in 1882; pres. Fulleb Elec Co.,
one of the first companies engaged in arq system of
electric lighting, Oct., 1S81; engaged. DeA., 1884, at
instance of John W. Mackay. as counseljjjy Postal
Telegraph & Cable Co.; appt'd receiveDnfsame co.,
1885, by Supreme Court of N. Y. Through Via efforts
company was reorganized; became its pres. and mg'r;
also gen. mg'r United Lines Telegraph Co., and dir.,
v.-p and member exec. com. Commercial Cable
Co. and of Pacific Postal Telegraph Co.; director
and later pres. Commercial Telegraph Co. With
several chief officials of Western Union Telegraph Co.
effected in 1887 arrangement for discontinuance of
the previously existing destructive competition; for-
mer pres. New England Telegraph Co., v.-p. Com-
mercial Cable Co., Postal Telegraph & Cable Co.,

Commercial Pacific Cable Co., Otis Elevator Co. and
Nat. Surety Co. Address: 3S9 Clinton Av., Brook-
s'. Y.


Publisher; sec. and dir. N. American Review Pub-
lishing Co. and dir. Harper Bros. Residence: Orange,
N. J. Address: 335 Pearl St., N. f. City.


Chemist, educator; b. Lancaster, >ec. 6,1836;

studied at Lawrence Scientific School, Harvard; Univ.
of Berlin; Univ. of Gottingen, Ph.D., 1856; hon. M.D.,
N. Y. Univ.. 1873; LL.D., Union Coll., 1873; Sc.D., Univ.
of Oxford, 1900; m. Augusta P. Berard. Ass't in chem-
istry, 1857, prof, chemistry, 1857-1S04, Union Coll.;
prof, analvtical and applied chemistry, Columbia Sch.
of Mines, 1S64-1S77; adjunct prof, chemistry and med.
jurisprudence Coll. Phys. and Surg., Columbia, 1872-
1S76; since 1877 prof, chemistry Columbia Univ. Pres.
and prof, organic chemistry, N. Y. Coll. Pharmacy.
Was chemist and pres. Health Dep't, N. Y. City,
1867-1884; joint editor American Chemist, 1870-1877;
editor for chemistry, Johnson's Encyclopaedia; author
of many technical papers, especially on industrial
chemistry. Mem. Nat. Acad. Sciences, A.A.A.S., Am.
Chem. Soc. (pres. 1881-1889), Soc. Chem. Industry,
Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs, Am. Phllos. Soc, N. Y.
Chemists' Club (pres., 1899-1900), N. Y. Acad. Scie-
ences, London Chem. Soc, Deutsche Chemische
Gesellschaft, Societe Chimique de Paris. Address: 51
E. 54th St., N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; b. Clyde, N. Y., Dec. 13, 1872;
s. George W. and Izora (Schwartz) Chandler
(artist); ed. Syracuse Univ.; Coll. Phys. and Surg.
(Columbia), M.D., 1895; m. Jan. 1, 1900, Martha M., d.
late Dr. W. H. Schulte, of Syracuse Univ.; two sons:
Daniel Vincent, b. 1901; Fehmer, b. 1905. Engaged
in practice since 1895; specialty, abdominal surgery.
Formerly chief Gynecological Dep't, Out-patient
Dep't, St. Vincent Hosp., N. Y. City; also visiting
surgeon same; major 3d Battalion 10th Reg't, N.G.
N.Y. Visiting surgeon Kingston City Hosp. Mem.
Ass'n Columbia Alumni of Northern New York, Am.
Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State Med. Soc, Ulster Co. Med.
Soc, N. Y. Co. Med. Soc, Quiz Med. Soc, of N. Y.,
St. Vincent's Alumni Ass'n of N. Y., Delta Kappa
Epsilon Fraternity, Alpha Mu PI Omega (med.
Fraternity). Clubs: Kingston, Army and Navy of
N. Y., Rondout of Kingston, Twaalfskill Country.
Address: 11 E. Chestnut St., Kingston, N. Y.


Lawyer, author, mem. Congress; b. Miss., Dec. 8,
1867; s. K. D. and Mary (Harrison) Chandler; ed.
Univ. of Va., Charlottesville, and Univ. of Mich., Ann
Arbor, and Univs. of Berlin and Heidelberg, Ger-
many. Admitted to bar; in active practice of law
since 1900; elected to 63d Congress from 19th N. Y.
Dist. Author: Trial of Jesus from a Lawyer's Stand-
point. Progressive. Address: 60 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, former Lieut.-Gov., N. Y. ; b. Newport
R. I., Sept. 24, 1869; s. Hon. John Winthrop and Mar-
garet (Ward) Chanler (d. Samuel Ward Jr., and
Margaret, d. William B. Astor) ; ed. Columbia Law
Sch. and Cambridge Univ., England; m. Alice Cham-
berlain; children: Lewis Stuyvesant, Jr., W. A. Chan-
ler, 2d, and Alida. Admitted to bar, 1891; was of
counsel in defense of Carlyle Harris and Roland B.
.Molineux, on trial for murder, and in other prominent
cases. Dem. and Independence League nominee for
Lieut.-Gov. N. Y., 1906, elected; nominated on the
Dem. ticket for Gov. of N. Y 1908; defeated. Elected
mem. Assembly, 1909. Mem. B'd Mg'rs Hudson River
State Hosp. and House of Refuge, Randall's Island.
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: St. Nicholas,
Knickerbocker, Racquet and Tennis, Rockaway Hunt-
ing, Lawyers', Manhattan, Church. Address: 32
Liberty St., N. Y. City.


Explorer, author, ex-congressman; b. Newport,
R. I., June 11, 1887; grandson William B. Astor; grad.
Harvard, 1887; maTried. Spent one year exploring
in Africa; 1892, made second expd'n to Africa, 1892-
1894; for these services was made hon. mem. Royal
Geog. Soc, Vienna, and mem. British Royal Geog. Soc.
Became mem. Tammany Hall, 1896, elected to State
Legislature, 1897; at outbreak of Spanish-Am. War
equipped a regiment, which, being refused by Gov.
Black, he left, going to Tampa; there soon appt'd by
President McKinley ass't adj. on General Wheeler's,
staff; at close of war, 1898, elected to Congress from
N. Y. (14th Dist.), 1899-1901. Mem. Am. Geog. Soc,



.St. Nicholas Soc. Author: Through Jungle ana
Desert, Travels in Eastern Africa. Clubs: Union.
Knickerbocker, Players, Lambs, Turf and Field, N. Y.
Yacht, The Brook. Address: "Rokely," Barrytown,
N. Y.


Capitalist; b. .V Y. City; s. Hon. John Winthrop
Chanler, M.C., and Margaret Astor, d. Samue!. Ward,
Jr.; m. Margaret, d. Luther Terry. Treas. and direc-
tor Roanoke Rapids Power Co.; pres. and dir. United
Industrial Co. Cluhs: Union, Knickerbocker, City,
Racquet. Metropolitan (Washington, D. C). Resi-
dence: Geneseo, N. Y. Address: 32 Liberty St.. N. Y.


Mining eng'r; b. N. Y. City, March 24, 1863; s. Ros-
coe H. and Susan (Thompson) Channing; ed. Colum-
bia Univ. (School of Mines), E.M., 1883; unmarried.
Mining eng'r and mine mg'r for ten years in Mich,
and western States. In consulting practice for last
20 years; visited all principal mining districts of Eu-
rope, Canada, United States, Mexico and Central Amer-
ica; specialty, copper mining and metallurgy; v.-p.
and consulting eng'r General Development Co., Miami
Copper Co. Mem. Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs, Lake Su-
perior Mining Inst., North of England Inst. Mining
and Mech. Eng'rs, Inst'n of Mining and Metallurgy
(Eng.), Am. Geog. Soc, Mining and Metallurgical Soc.
of America. Clubs: University, Engineers, Lawyers,
City Midday, Columbia Univ., Automobile of Amer-
ica, Aero of America, Sleepy Hollow, Travellers
(Paris), Silver Bow (Butte, Mont.), Denver (Denver,
Colo.). Address: 42 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. S. Hadley, Mass., March 8, 1S48; grad.
Williams Coll., A.B., 1869; LL.D, 1909; Harvard Law
Sch., LL.B., 1871; m. 1884, Grace Stebbins; one d
Grace. Admitted to N. Y. Bar, 1872; mem. N. Y. As-
sembly, 1S82-1883; Speaker, 1883; State Comptroller.
1884-1887; Mayor of Brooklyn, 1888-1891; mem. Con-
gress, 2d N. Y. Dist., 1891-1892. Democrat. Interested
as officer or dir. in corp'ns. Clubs: Union, Metropoli-
tan, Harvard, Alpha Delta Phi, Whist. Residence: 24
E. 56th St.; country house, Pointe a Pic, P. Q., Can.
Address: 192 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lawyer, educator, editor; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 27,
1875; s. Heman and Mary G. (Gerald) Ohapin; ed. Halsey
Collegiate Sch., N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B. 1895; Univ. Law
Sch., LL.M., 1896; m. April 7, 1900,' Mary Campbell
Knox, d. J. Armoy Knox, founder of "Texas Sittings";
one son, Heman George, b. 1902. Admitted, to bar,
1897, and engaged in practice in N. Y. City. Author:
Banking Forms, and an edition of the Uniform Ne-
gotiable Instruments Act, which has run through
eight editions; also of Law of Ass'ns, Daw of Domi-
cile, Law of Citizenship, Law of Torts in Cyclopedia
of Law and Procedure. Contb'r articles in Success,
Everybody's Magazine and elsewhere. Joint author
(with Charles F. Bostwick) of Minute Book of New
York Corporations; was asso. editor Univ. Law Re-
view. Prof. Fordham Univ. Sch. of Law since Sept.,
1905; appt'd asso. prof, in N. Y. Univ. Sch of Law,
1913. Formerly editor The Am. Lawyer; now law
editor The Daily Banker. Former mem. Third Bat-
tery N.G.N.Y. Counsel Med. Soc, Borough of the
Bronx. Residence: New Rochelle, N. Y. Address:
52 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Physician, author; b. Steubenville, Ohio Feb. 4, 1857;
s. Henry Barton (D.D., Ph.D.) and Harriet (Smith)
Chapin; grad. Princeton Coll., A.B., 1877; A.M., 1886;
Columbia Univ., M.D., 1881; m. June 1, 1907, Alice Dela-
field. Prof, diseases of children, N. Y. Post-Grad. Med.
Sch. and Hosp. Attending physician. \. Y. Post-Grad.,
Willard Parker and Riverside Hosps; consulting
physician Randall's Island Hosp. Writes much for
med. journals. Author. Theory and Practice of Infant
Feeding, with notes on Development (3 editions);
Vital Questions (a semi-philos. discussion of some of
the important problems of life from the standpoint
of the physician); a Text Book on Diseases of Chil-
dren, 2d edition; also contb'r on social questions to
popular magazines. Fellow Am. Pediatric Soc. and
N. Y. Acad. Medicine. Mem. Sons of Revolution, Soc.
Colonial Wars. Dir. N. Y. Post-Grad. Med. Sch. and
Hosp., N. Y. Juvenile Asylum, Havens Relief Fund
Soc; Life Saving Benevolent Ass'n; pres. Working
Women's Protective Union. Club: Century. Address:
51 W. 51st St., N. Y. City.


Educator, biologist; b, Wilbraham, Mass.. May 9
1859; s. Samuel W. and Maria M. (Damon) Chapin;

grad. Boston Univ., B.Sc. and Mass. Agr'l Coll., B.Sc..
1881; student Johns Hopkins Univ., 1886-1887; Mich.
Agr'l Coll., M.Sc, 1893; McKendree Coll.. 111., hon.
Sc.D., 1908; m. Athens, Ohio, 1893, Eudora M. Hoffman;
children: Corinne, b. 1898; Ruth E., b. 1900. Teacher
of science; prof, biology and geology, Ohio Univ.,
1891-1900; pres. Dept. of Botanv, Brooklyn Inst. Arts
and Sciences; teacher biology and lecturer, X. "Y. City;
in charge Dept. of Biology, summer school, N. Y. Univ.,
1900. Joint author Chapin and Rettger's Elementary
Zoology and Laboratory Guide. Capt. Co. B, 17th
Reg't, Ohio Nat. Guard, 1892-1893. Hon. fellow Soc.
Biol. Chemistry, London; mem. Am. Soc. Naturalists;
charter mem. Ohio State Acad. Sciences. Mem. council,
Brooklyn Inst, of Arts and Sciences. Address: 49
Lefferts Av., Richmond Hill, L. I., N. Y.


Life insurance manager; b. N. Y. City, July 24 1868'
s. Henry J. and Elizabeth A. (Christy) Chapin; ed. in
schools in Conn, and N. Y., and at Princeton Univ.
A.B., 1S90; m. N. Y. City, April 19. 1897; children:
Julia S., b. 1898; Henry J., Jr. b. 1907. Formerly en-
gaged in mercantile pursuits; became agent, in 1904,
lor the Columbian National Life Ins. Co of Boston
afterward State mg'r for same company for W. Va_,
then Metropolitan mg'r N. Y. office; now field sup't
for the company, with charge of all offices in the
Eastern Dept. Club: Princeton. Address: 149 Broad-
way, N. Y. City.


Art editor; b. Hartford, Conn., Nev. 9, 1869; s.
Charles Albert and Cornelia Hooker (Newell) Chapin;
ed. in Hartford public schs. In employ of Phoenix
Fire Ins. Co., Hartford, 1885-1891; Hartford Times,
1891-1893; McClure's Magazine, 1893-1894, and art edi-
tor of same 1894-1897; since 1897 art editor Scribner's
Magazine. Clubs: Players, Oakland Golf. Residence-
Flushing, L. I. Address: 597 Fifth Av.. N. Y. City.


Banker and broker; b. Milwaukee, Wis., May 31,
1865; s. Emery D. and Marietta (Armour) Chapin; ed.
public sch. Milwaukee. Wis.; in 1878 moved to Chicago,
residing there until moved to N. Y. City, 1901; studied
Harvard Sch. (private), Chicago, 111.; m. Chicago,
111., Oct. 5, 1892, Elizabeth Mattocks; children: Mari-
etta, Elizabeth, Simeon B., Jr. Started in Armour
Bros. Banking Co., Kansas City, Mo., 1881, as messen-
ger; with Armour & Co., Chicago, in all departments,
1S82-1891; banker and broker, as S. B. Chapin, 1892-
partner with Robert Gaylord, as Chapin & Gaylord
1894, changing, 1901, to present style of S. B. Chapin
& Co., with offices in Chicago and N. Y. City. Repub-
lican. Clubs: Metropolitan, Midday (N. Y. City) Chi-
cago (Chicago). Residences: 930 Fifth Av.. N Y
City; summer home, Lake Geneva, Wis. Address: 111
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Artist; b. New London, Ohio; ed. Art Students'
League and Nat. Acad. Design, N. Y. City; Academie
Julien, Paris. Asso. Nat. Acad. Design; mem. Am.
Fine Arts Soc, Am. Water Color Soc, Soc. Am. Art-
ists. Awarded silver medal, Boston, 1893, and medals
from World's Columbian Exp'n, 1893; Atlanta Exp'n,
1895; Pan-Am. Exp'n, Buffalo, 1901; Charleston Exp'n,
1902. Was war corr. and artist for Harper's Weekly
during Spanish-Am. War, 1898; mem. Internat. Jury
of Awards, St. Louis, 1904. Mem. Ohio Soc. Clubs:
Century, N. Y. Athletic, Lotos. Address: 58 W. 57th
St., N. Y. City.


Banker and broker; b. in N. Y. State, Aug. 5, 1848;
s. Rev. Carlos R. and Susan M. (Beardsley) Chapman;
ed. Mount Union Coll. and Columbian Univ., LL.B..
1871; children: Melville D., Mrs. Percy N. Furber,
Amabel M., Virginia M. In contracting business to
1884; has been many years in Wall Street, as a mem.
of firm of Moore & Schley, and of E. R. Chapman & Co.
Mem. of 86th Reg't Ohio Vols, and of the 77th N. Y.
Reg't during the Civil War, 1862-1864. Pres. and dir.
Hudson Trust Co., Equity Gas Co., Flatbush Gas Co.,
Jamaica Gas Light Co., Newton Gas Co.. Richmond
Hill and Queens County Gas Co., Woodhaven Gas
Light Co., Elverton Land Co.; v.-p. and dir. Alabama
Iron and Steel Co., Coal Creek Mining and Mfg Co.,
Elliott-Chapman Coal and Coke Co., Bristol Gas and
Electric Co.; treas. and dir. Brooklyn Union Gas Co.,
Broadway-Great Neck Realty Co.; dir. Nat. Reserve
Bank, Gordon Coal and Coke Co., N. Y. Mutual Tele-
graph Co. Republican. Episcopalian. Clubs: Union
League, New York, Automobile of America, N. Y. Ath-
letic, Ardsley. Residence: Lakeville. Great Neck. L. I.
Address: 80 Broadway, N. Y. City.



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