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as coal dealer and ag't for Delaware & Hudson Co.,
and partner in Church Bros. Has been pres. and clerk
of village and clerk of town. Democrat. Mason
lodge, chapter, consistory, K. T. and Shrine; mem.
Independent Order Red Men. Address: Afton, N. Y.


Prof, applied mechanics and hydraulics, Cornell
Univ.; b. Derby, Conn., July 22, 1851; s. Samuel Porter
and Elizabeth Hannah (Sterling) Church; grad. Cor-
nell Univ., C.E., 1S73, M.C.E., 187S; m. Niagara Falls,
N. Y., June 15, 1881, Elizabeth Porter Hollev; children;
Edith Holley to. 1S86; Elsie Sterling, to. i890. Ass't
prof. civ. eng'ring Cornell Univ., 1876-1892; asso., prof.
1S92-1893; prof, applied mechanics and hydraulics
since 1893. Author: Mechanics of Eng'ring; Notes
and Examples in Mechanics; Diagrams of Uniform Mo-
tion of Water in Open Channels; Hydraulic Motors
with Related Subjects: Mechanics of Internal Work.
Republican; Episcopalian. Mem. Sigma Xi, Delta
Upsilon and Tau Beta Pi fraternities, asso. Mem. Soc.
Civil Eng'rs. Address: Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N. Y.


Mining eng'r; b. Rochester, N Y., April 5, 1843; s.
Pharcellus and Chara E. (Conant) Church; grad.
Columbia Sch. of Mines, E.M., 1S67, Ph.D., 1880; m. Los
Angeles, Calif., July 30, 1S84, Jessie A. Peel; one son;
John A., Jr., b. 1SS5. Studied abroad, 1S6S-1870, be-
coming, on return, substitute prof mining and metal-
lurgy, Columbia Sch. of Mines; ass't editor Eng'ring
and Mining Journal, 1872-1874; served on U. S. Geog.
and Geol. Surveys west of 100th Meridian, 1878; prof,
mining and metallurgy in the State Univ. of Ohio,
1878-1880; Tombstone (Ariz.) Mill and Mining Co.,
1881. Author: The Mining Schools of the U. S., 1871;
A Metallurgical Journey in Europe, 1873; The Corn-
stock Lode, 1880; Report upon the Striking of Ar-
tesian Water. Sulphur Spring Valley, Ariz., 1883;
Genealogy of Richard Church, of Plymouth Mass.,
1913, and various other reports. Mem. Am. Inst.
Mining Eng'rs. Club: Century. Address: 15 William
St., N. Y. City.

Editor, writer; b. Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 11. 1S36;
since 1855 resident of city of N. Y., where has large
interests; during Civil War served as an officer on
staff of Major-Gen. Silas Casey; brevetted lieut.-col.
Publisher N. Y. Sun, leaving it to enter mil. service;
editor Army and Navy Journal, which he established,
1863; established Galaxy Magazine, 1868, conducted
It until it was merged, 1878, in Atlantic Monthly;
appt'd by Pres. Arthur, 1882, gov't insp. for Northern
Pacific R. R. Has taken an active part in public af-
fairs in N. Y. City. Mem. George Washington Post,
G. A. R., one of earliest raeras, of Loyal Legion; char-
ter mem. N. Y. Commnnclery, and has been junior and
senior vice-comd'r; now mem. Commandery-in-Chief
of Legion; took active part in establishment of Nat.
Rifle Ass'n, and was its pros. Author: Life of John

Ericsson. 1890 (Scribner's); Life of Ulysses S. Grant,
1899 (Putnam's Sons.). One of founders, and fellow in
perpetuity, Met. Museum of Art; life mem. and dir.
Zool Soc. Clubs: Century, City Lunch, Authors,
Players, Union League, Barnard, Army and Navy (N.
Y. City), Army and Navy (Washington. D. C), Lauren-
tian (Canada). Address: 51 Irving Place, N. Y. City.


Broker, b. N. Y. City, Oct. 17. 1869; s. John AT and
Harriet S. (Heyl) Churchill; ed. Charlier Inst.; m. N.
Y. City, Nov. 21, 1904, Mary Franklin King; children;
George King, Harold Baring. V.-p. and sec. Gloucester
Mf'g Co., Gloucester, N. J., 1897-1902; mem. brokerage
firm C. I. Hudson & Co.. 1905-1909; mem. Carpenter &
Co., Jan., 1910 to June 30, 1913; mem. N. Y. Stock Ex-
change, since 1903. Dir. Henry H. Wise Wood Co.
Pres. Board of Health of Rumson, N. J. Republican;
Episcopalian. Clubs: N. Y. Yacht, Rumson Country.
Residence: Rumson, N. J. Address: 15 Broad St.,
N. Y. City.


Author, journalist, editor; b. Harrison. Me.; d.
Josiah and Catherine (Hilton) Churchill; descendant
of the English branch of Churchill family on paternal
side, and of John Alden on maternal side; wrote first
story when nine years old; first book, My Girls, writ-
ten at Northbridge, Mass.; journalistic work in Bos-
ton, 1890; wrote for the Boston Globe, Boston Herald,
Boston Transcript, Independent, N. Y. Observer, Col-
lier's, Delineator, The Progress Magazine, The Cos-
mopolitan, and various other monthly ' and weekly
magazines; ass't editor of Success, 1897; retired from
Success 1902 to devote time to general literary work.
Author: Mv Girls, Inter-marrying; The Magic Seven,
1901; The Magnet, 1903; A Grain of Madness, 1906; The
Master Demand, 1908: Color Spots in History, 1910.
Address: 77 W. 12th St., N. Y. City.

Pres. Board of Education, N. Y. City, lawyer; ed.
Coll. City of N. Y., Columbia Law Sch. and Univ. Law
School, LLB., 1888; m. N. Y. City, Dec. 27, 1897, Har-
riet Hayes. Member law firm Churchill & Marlow.
Elected Pres. Board of Education N. Y. City, Feb.
5, 1913. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Clubs: Man-
hattan, Citv, Dunwoodie Country. Residence: 561 W.
161st St. Address: 63 Wall St., N. Y. City.

Clergyman; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1877; s. Al-
fred and Antoinette (Brewer) Churchman: grad. Union
Theol. Sem., 1901, B.D., 1902; m. Hope K. Warner, d. of
Meth. clergyman. Ass't pastor Madison Av. Reformed
Ch., 1902-1904; pastor Bethany Memorial Reformed Ch.
since 1904. Traveled in Mediterranean countries, and
especially in Holy Land, 1904. Sec. Union Sem. Alumni
Club: acting pastor Madison Reformed Ch.. 1913. Stated
Clerk Classis of N. Y. Address: Bethany Ch., First
Av. and 67th St., N. Y. City.


Artist, painter; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 10, 1875; s. Gus-
tave and Louisa (Wenzlik) Cimiotti: ed. Verona (N. J.)
public sch., Art Students' League. N. Y., and at Julian
Acad. Paris; unmarried. Mem. Architectural League,
N. Y. Clubs: Salmagundi. N. Y. Water Color. Resi-
dence: Verona, N. J. Address: 51 W. 10th St., N. Y.

Lawyer; b. in the country near village of Nossville,
Pa., March 3, 1872; s. William Henry and Margaret D.
(Kelley) Clsney; taught school four terms; grad.
Calif.. Pa., State Normal Sch, 1895; Dickinson Coll.,
A.B., 1901, A.M., 1903; Dickinson Sch. of Law, 1903; m.
Feb. 24 1904 Anna E. Sieber; children: Samuel Homer,
b. Feb.'S, 190^5; Harold Gifford. b. Oct. IS. 1906; Lenore,
b. Aug. 28, 1908. Practised law in Pittsburgh. Pa.;
moved to Brooklyn, July, 1905. Now a successful
operator and investor in N. Y. real estate. Republican;
Methodist. Residence: 27 Ocean Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Merchant; b. Brooklyn, July 24, 1S50; s. Horace
Brigham and Agnes (Sanger) Claflin; grad. Coll. City
of N. Y., 1869; m. Monterey, Calif., June 27, 1890,
Elizabeth Stewart Dunn. Entered dry goods house of
H. B. Claflin & Co. (established by father, 1843). as
clerk, Oct., 1870; became partner 1S73, and head of the
house on death of father, " ed business as

corporation. The H. B. C jne. 1S90, and

has since been its pres.: hai ' een. from end

of Civil War, the largest ii v ' ry goods busi-

ness in N. Y. City. Extensh all over U. S.,

Mexico, S. America, Europe made notable

trip in Summer of 1S77, sta from Peruvian coast

of the Pacific Ocean at lat S.. and. with

single white companion. -. Am continent



from west to east at its widest part, reaching the
Atlantic at mouth of Amazon. Independent Repub-
lican; Congregationalism .Mem. G. A. R. Clubs: -Met-
ropolitan, Tuxedo, Merchants, Jekyl, Morris County
Golf. Morristoivn. Residence: 15 Washington Sq.,
North. Address: 224 Church St., N. Y. City.

Lecturer; b. Aurora, 111. (came to N. T. City in in-
fancy); d. Charles and Martha Sarah (Holladay) Clag-
horn; grad. Bryn Mawr Coll., A.B., 1 S!2; Yale Univ.,
Ph.D, 1S96. Sec. treas. Ass'n Collegiate Alumnae,
1898-1900; sp'l research work for U. S. Industrial
Conim'n on subject ol immigration, 1900-1902; editorial
work, U. S. Census, 1902; ass't registrar of records,
Tenement House Dep't, City of N. T., Julv 1. 1002-
Jan. 31, 1906; registrar of records, Feb. 1, 1906-Sept.,
1912; lecturer, N. Y. Sch. of Philanthropy, Sept., 1912.
Author: College Training for Women. 1S9T. Mem.
Am. Econ. Ass'n., Am Statist. Ass'n., Nat. Conf. Char-
ities and Correction, Soc. for Protection of Italian Im-
migrants. -Club: Women's University (N. Y. City).
Address: 105 E. 22nd St., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer, mem. Congress; b. Syracuse, N. Y.,
March S, 1859; ed. common and local high schs. or
Syracuse; m. 1866, Elenore V. Kopp, of Cincinnati.
Engaged in mf'r of hardware specialties; elected to
63rd Congress from 3oth N. Y. Dist. Democrat. V.-p.
Chamber of Commerce; pres. Central Hosp. Council;
v.-p. N. Y. State Coll. of Forestry at Syracuse Univ.,
Am. Forestry Ass'n; founder and sec. Central N. Y.
Soc. for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Address:
Syracuse, N. Y.

Naval architect; b. N. Y. City, July 30, 1S38; s. Sam-
uel and Emma A. (Griffith) Clapham; ed. public schools
and Jamaica (L. I.) Acad.; m. Niagara Falls, N. Y.,
1866, Georgia M. Durand. Made study of yacht de-
signing as yachtsman, and as amateur designed sev-
eral yachts and cruised and raced in them; since 1879.
professionally engaged as designer and builder of
yachts; originated many improvements in yacht de-
sign, and has taken out several patents; originated
and first introduced what is known as the "Bouncer"
method of construction, now adopted by all designers
of fast yachts, by which speed has been greatly in-
creased. Writer on yachting and yacht designing
subjects. Address: Glenwood Road, Roslyn, L. I., N. Y.


Editor, writer; b. Pawtucket, R. I.; d. William Hast-
ings and Emma (Ormsbee) Clapp; ed. at private schs.
in R. I.; unmarried. Editor McCall's Magazine 1896-
1911. Author: The Courtesies, 1904 (A. S. Barnes &
Co.); has written stories and articles and much un-
classified matter under a nom de plume; has devoted
time chiefly to newspaper work since 1911. Address:
505 W. 111th St., N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; b. New Brunswick, N. J., July
26, 1874; s. John S. and Sarah (Voorhees) Clark; grad.
(Rutgers Coll. 1895. B S., M.S.) Coll. of Phys. and Surgs.,
Columbia Univ., 1899; m. N. Y. City, June 2S. 1911,
Mrs. Carrie D. L. Riker (ne Leverich) ; two children
(step-d. Frances L. Riker, b. Dec. 1, 1905) and A.
Schuyler, Jr., b. May 18, 1912. Ass't Physician N. Y.
Skin & Cancer Hosp. Republican. Merri. N. Y. State
Med. Soc, N. Y. County Med. Soc. N. J. State Med. Soc,
N. Y. Acad of Medicine. Club: University. Residence:
40 E. 62d St. Address: 38 E. 49th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Dong Island, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1865; s.
Thomas Russell and Marie E. (Le Sure) Clark; grad.
Columbia Univ., A.B., 1886; LL.B., 1888; m. Hyde Park,
N. Y., Dec. 4, 1895, Grace W. Roosevelt; children:
Roosevelt L., Russell C. In general practise of law.
N. Y. City, since 1888, and specialist in law relating to
issue of public securities. Appt'd to bench of Court
of Special Sessions, City of N. Y., iby Mayor. Low
(apptm't subsequently held illegal on contest 'by ap-
pointee of Mayor McClellan). Republican; Episco-
palian. V.-p. Richmond Bar Ass'n. Mem. Ass'n Bar
City of N. Y., St. Nicholas Soc, Delta Psi fraternity.
Club: St. Anthony. Residence: 326 Westervelt Av.,
New Brighton, N. Y. Address: 79 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Ozark. -Mo.. April 20, 1874; s. Henry Clay
and Martha Susan (Lawing) Clark; ed. Univ. of Texas.
LL.M., 1895; Alumni orator Univ. of Texas, 1907. En-
gaged in ranching on Llano Estacado or Staked Plains
of Texas, 1887-1890; practised law at Dallas, Texas,
with brother, Ross L. Clark (now ranchman and rail-
road builder in Southern Texas), 1S95-1S9S; removed

to N. Y. City, Oct., 1898, and with Martin W. Littleton
engaged as trial counsel for Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Co. Has also acted as counsel for Edison Electrical
Illuminating Co., of Brooklyn, and many Long Island
real estate interests, including the Estates of Long
Beach. Address: 233 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Investments: b. -Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 18, 1S04; e.
Spencer W. and Marie (Foat) Clark; ed. in public sch.;
m. Minneapolis, 1888. Bella Scott; children: Marjorie
L., b. 1S92; Winchester Scott, b. 189.1. Consecutively
engaged as miller, traveling agent and banker; now
pres. and dir. Bankers' Loan and Investment Co., Hud-
son River Land Co. Was mem. Common Council, New
Haven. Conn. ; trustee New Haven Public Library;
treas. State League of Conn. Rep. Clubs; alderman for
7th Ward, city of Yonkers, two terms. Has been dele-
gates to many convs. in N. Y. and Conn. Congrega-
tionalist. Mason. Elk; ex-pres. New Haven Orchestral
Club; ex-mem. New Haven Grays (Co. F, 2d Reg't, C.
N. G.). Recreations: Music, fishing, baseball. Clubs:
Republican (N. Y. City), Republican (treas.), Union
League (New Haven), Shenandoah (Roanoke, Va.).
City, Corinthian Yacht (Yonkers, N. Y.). Residence:
Yonkers, N. Y. Address: 74 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Artist; b. N. Y. City, -March 27, 1883; s. Walter (N.A)
and Jennie (Woodruff) Clark; ed. schs. of N. Y. City;
unmarried. Traveled and studied albroad, 1904-1906.
Received third Hallgarten prize, Nat. Acad., 1912;
teacher in Arts. Students' League, N. Y. City. Repre-
sented in Maryland Inst., Baltimore, Bloomington Art
Ass'n, Ind., and private collections. Mem. Conn. Acad,
of Fine Arts. Clubs: Salmagundi, McDowell. Ad-
dress: Van Dyk Studios, 939 8th Av., N. Y. City.


Banker; ed. Coll. City of N. Y.; m. Harriet S. Aver-
ell. Mem, firm of Clark, Dodge & Co.; dir. Chicago,
Burlington & Quincy R. R. Co., and other large
corp'ns, as well as Brearley Sch. (Ltd), and N. Y. Gen.
Memorial Hosp. Mem. Nat. Acad, of Design, Museum
of Art, New England Soc, Am. Museum of Natural
History. Clubs: Union, Century, Racquet and Tennis,
University, Down Town, Riding, N. Y. Yacht. Resi-
dence: 1027 Fifth Av. Address: 51 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; b. Edgewater, Bergen Co., N. J., Aug. 17,
1871; s. Emmons and August (Hallett) Clark; grad.
Sch. of Mines, Columbia Coll., C.E., 1S93. Engaged
with Met. Traction Co., N. Y., 1894-1896; ass't eng'r
Dep't of Highways, Borough of Bronx, N. Y., 1896-
1900; senior ass't eng'r Rapid Transit R. R. Comm'rs,
N. Y., 1900-1905; since Jan. 1905, div. eng'r 1st Divi-
sion, Rapid Transit R. R. Comm'rs, N. Y. (now Public
Service Comm'n). Served as private and corporal
Co. B, 7th Reg't, N. G. N. Y., 1892-1899; adjutant 201st
Regiment, N. Y. Vol. Inf., Julv-November, 1898; capt.
Co. C, same, November, 1898. April 13, 1899. Indepen-
dent Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil
Eng'rs, Soc Municipal Eng'rs, Franklin Inst.. N. Y.
Naval and Mil. Order Spanish-Am. War Ass'n of Offi-
cers of 201st Reg't, N. Y. V. I., Alumni Ass'n Sch of
Applied Science, Columbia Univ. Clubs: N. Y. Athletic,
Railroad, Columbia, University. Address: 301 W.
109th St, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Nov. 5, 1882; s. Louis C. and
Marian de F. (Cannon) Clark; grad. Harvard Univ..
A.B.. 1903; LL.B., 1906; m. Boston, Mass., Nov. 27, 1909,
Fanny Pickman Dwight. Admitted to bar, N. Y., 1900;
in practice in N. Y. City since 1906. Mem. firm Root,
Clark & Bird, 1909-1913, and Root, Clark, Buckner &
Rowland, since 1913. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.
Clubs: Harvard. Union. Residence: 500 Madison Av.
Address: 31 Nassau St, N. Y. City.


Lawyer, banker; b. Bambridge, N. Y., March 31, 1855;
s. Charles A. and Evelyn A. (Hodge) Clark; ed. Owego
Acad.; m. Owego, N. Y., Oct. 25, 1887, Harriet H.
Sackett; three children. Pres. Tioga Nat. Bank, Owego
Nat. Bank; dir. Broome County Trust Co., Bingham-
ton; mem. Clark & Truman, lawyers. Pres. B'd of
Ed'n, Owego, 1894-1906: mem. Constitutional Conv., N.
Y., 1894. Republican; Presby'n. Trustee Elmira Coll.,
dir. Coburn Free Library. Address: Owego, N. Y.


Chairman B'd of Dirs. United Press Ass'ns; b. Syra-
cuse, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1869; s. Charles Neukerck and
Frances (Burdick) Clark; ed. St. John's Mil. Acad.,
Manlius. N. Y.; Pa. Mil. Acad., Chester, Pa.; m. To-
ronto, Ont., June, 1890, Sarah Gray. Formerly mg J r



San Francisco News, later circulation mg'r Seattle
Star; gen. mg'r Publishers' Press Ass'n, Scripps-Mc-
Rae Press Ass'n, Scripps News Ass'n; now chm'n B'd
Dirs. United Press Ass'ns. Trustee Seattle Star, Pueblo
Sun; dir. San Francisco News. Mem. Sac. of the Cin-
cinnati. Residence: Chula Vista, San Diego County,
Calif. Address: Parlt Row Bid's, N. Y. City.


Banker; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 8, 1878; s. Benjamin
Stephen and Mary (Conklin) Clark; grad. Harvard
Coll., B. S., 1901; m. Hazleton, Pa., Jan. 12, 1906, Dor-
othy Q. Pardee; children: Benjamin Schuyler, Ario
Pardee, Dorothy Q., Kate Schuyler. Mem. firm, White,
We)ld & Co.; mem. Bondholders Com. Standard Gas &
Electric Co.; dir. Columbia Knickerbocker Trust Co.
Mem. Squadron A, N. G. N. Y., 9 years. Sec. Class of
1901 (Harvard Coll). Recreations: Fishing, tennis,
farming. Clubs: Harvard, Squadron A, County of New
Canaan (gov. and treas.), City Lunch (gov.), Lapren-
tian of Canada. Residence: "Apple Hill," New Canaan,
Conn. Address: 14 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Retired merchant; b. S. New Berlin, Chenango Co.,
N. Y., Sept. 5, 1851; s. Austin and Jane (Steere) Clark;
ed. Whiting Point (N. Y.) Acad.; m. Berkshire, N. Y.,
June 27, 1877, Anna E. Manning. In 1875 formed part-
nership with Ephraim Ketchum, of Maine, Broome Co.,
N. Y., and carried on mercantile business at Ketchum-
ville, N. Y., until Aug., 1877, when sold out there;
opened store at Berkshire, N. Y., April, 1878; in Feb.,
1879, formed partnership with R. W. Clinton & Soils
in lumber and merchandising at Harford Mills, N. Y .,
in new firm of R. W. Clinton Sons & Co.; returned to
Berkshire, N. Y., in 'Spring of 1880, and again engaged
in merchandising until 1898. Dir. in Tioga Nat. Bank,
Owego, N. Y. Town clerk for town of Berkshire sev-
eral years; for past nine years and now justice of
peace; postmaster, 18S4-1885, deputy postmaster 1885-
1889, Berkshire, N. Y. ; mem. B'd Ea'n of Berkshire
High Sch. several years. Republican; mem. and trus-
tee Cong'l Ch. Address: Berkshire, Tioga Co., N. Y.


Banker; b. Boston, 1867; s. James P. and Mary
(Haines) Clark; ed. Cambridge, Mass. Special part-
ner Ibanking house of C. A. Morse & Co. Clubs: Met-
ropolitan, Riding, N. Y. Yacht, Country of Westches-
ter, Knollwood, American Yacht (N. Y. City); Country
(Boston). Residence: 13 E. 38th St. Address: 111
Broadway, N. Y. City.


Economist, educator; b. Providence, R. I., Jan. 2*5,
1847; ed. Providence High Sch.; Brown Univ.; Amherst,
A. B., 1872, Ph.D.,. 1894, LL.'D., 1897; grad. 'Student
Univ. of Heidelberg and Zurich (LL.D., Princeton,
1896); LL.D., Univ. of Christiania, 1911; m. Minneap-
olis, Minn., Oct., 1875, Myra A. Smith; children; Alden
Hyde, Frederick H, John M., Helen C. Prof, polit.
economv and history Carleton Coll.. Minn., 1877-1S81;
prof, history and polit. science, Smith Coll., 1882-1892;
prof, polit. economy, Amherst Coll., 1892-1895; Colum-
bia Univ., since 1895. Lecturer Johns Hopkins Univ.,
1892-1894. Dir. Div. of Economics and History, Car-
negie Endowment for Internat. Peace, since 1911.
Mem. Am. E'con. Ass'n; pres. 1893-1895; Civic Federa-
tion, Am. Acad. Polit. and Social Science, Mohonk
Conf. on Arbitration; trustee Smith Coll. Author: The
Philosophy of Wealth; The Distribution of Wealth;
The Control of Trusts (with J. M. Clark); The Modern
Distributive Process (with F. H. Giddings); The Prob-
lem of Monopoly; Essentials of Economic Theory; also
about one hundred articles and monographs on eco-<
nomic subjects. Clubs: Century, Barnard (N. Y. City),
Cosmos (Washington). Residence: 465 West End Av.
Address: Columbia University, N. Y. City.


Born Stafford, Conn.; d. Jotham Graves and Almira
P. (Converse) Smith; grad. Vassar Coll., A.B., 1873;
m. Minneapolis, 1875, John Bates Clark, LL.D.; chil-
dren: Frederick Huntington, b. 1877; Alden Hyde, b.
187S; John Maurice, b. 1885; Helen Converse, b. 1893.
Congregationalist. Mem. Phi. Beta Kappa Soc, Ass'n
Collegiate Alumnse, Vassar Alumna? Ass'n. Club:
Barnard. Address: 465 West End Av., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Plattsftmrg, N. Y., Mar. 24, 1863; s. tieorge
L. and J. Ann Clark; grad. Weslevnn Univ., A.B., 1886
(A.M.); Columbia Univ., LL.B., 1889; m. Addie P. Burr.
Admitted to bar 1889; was sec. of Comm'n to revise
City School Laws under Mayor Strong; mem. law Arm
Olin, Clark & Phelps. Was ass't corp'n counsel, as-
signed to office of Mayor Low; was first sec. Citizens'
Union. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.; Psi Upsilon, Phi

Beta Kappa. Dir. N. Y. Y. M. C. A; Pres. B'd of Trus-
tees Wesleyan Univ.; Gov. Lake Champlain Ass Q.
Clubs: Metropolitan, Republican, Lawyers, Psi Upsilon.
Residence: 225 W. 86th St. Address: 32 Nassau St..
N. Y. City.


Principal Flushing High Sch.; b. Lyons, Wayne
County, N. Y., Feb. 21, 1850; s. William and Amelia R.
(Heermans) Clark; grad. Union Coll., Schenectady, -V
Y., AB 1870 (first in class), A.M., 1873; m. Rochester.
N. Y., July 26, 1882, Harriet C. Merrell; children: Will-
iam A., lb. 1883; John Holley, Jr., b. 1887; Merrell K.,
b. 1889; Rosamond H, b. 1894; Arthur T., b. 1896; Win-
ifred H, b. 1898. Prof. Latin and Greek, State Normal
'Sch., Mansfield, Pa., 1871; principal Lyons Union Sch..
1878-1887; sup't sch., Flushing, N. Y., 1887-1891; prin.
Sch. of Social Economics, N. Y. City, 1891-1897; prin.
Flushing High Sch. since 1897. Deacon in First Cong'l
Ch., Flushing, L. I., and was for more than twelve
years sup't 'Sunday Sch. Mem. Flushing Ass'n, Phi
Beta Kappa Soc, Nat. Edn'l Ass'n, local teachers' and
principals' ass'ns; has been trustee of Flushing Cong'l
Ch. and of Flushing Hosp. ; also pres. Queens Borough
Principals' Council, Queens Teachers' Ass'n and N. v.
Schoolmasters' Club. Address: 231 Sanford Av., Flush-
ing, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Springfield, Mass., Jan. 21, 1877; s. Ed-
ward P. (Journalist, editor of N. Y. Evening Post),
and Catherine P. (Upson) Clark (well-known author
"Kate Upson Clark"); grad. Acad. Dep't Poly. Prep.
Sch. of Brooklyn, 1895; Yale Univ., A.B. (with honors),
1899; Harvard Law Sch., LL.B., cum laude, 1902; m.
N. Y. City, June 15, 1903; Margaret Chalmers Holbrook)
children: Anna Holbrook, b. 1904; John Kirkland, Jr.,
b. 1906; Marion Holbrook, b. 1909; Margaret Maxwell, b.
1912. With Hornblower, Byrne, Miller & Potter, 1902-
1904; as't gen. counsel, N. Y. Life Ins. Co., 1905-1908:
associated with John Quinn, 1908-1909; appt'd deputy
ass't dist. att'y of N. Y. Co. Iby Dist. Att'v Chas. S.
Whitman, Jan. 1, 1910. Ass't dist. att'y of" N. Y. Co,
under Dist. Att'y Whitman; prosecuted Robin, Reich -
mann, Cummins & Hyde cases, and grand jury inves-
tigation of Carnegie Trust Co.; also Robinson, Harti-
gan, Sweeney, Hussey, Thompson, Murtha and Duffy
police graft cases. Independent Republican; Presby'n.
Trustee, North Presby'n Church, N. Y. City. Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. (mem. Exec. Com.), Alpha
Delta Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Delta Tau fraterni-
ties; trustee of Polytechnic Prep. Sch. Athletic Field.
Mem. Advisory Council Polytechnic Inst, of Brooklyn.
Clulbs: Yale, 23d District Republican. Address, 15 St.
Nicholas PI., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Decatur, 111., Aug. 27, 1S65: s. Milton
and Sarah Ann (Lee) Clark; ed. Lincoln (now James
Millikin) Univ., Lincoln, 111., A. B.. 1891; N. Y. Univ.,
A.M., 1892; grad. from Union Theol. Sem., 1894; D.D.,
from a Southern Coll., 1900; m. N. Y. City, June 2,
1S94, Marie Louise Campman; children: John Dodge,
b. 1896; Paul Milton, b. 1898; Lee Campman, b. 1900.
Pastor Cuyler Chapel (now Presby'n Ch.), 18-92-1895:
pastor for strangers, Marble Collegiate Ch., N. Y. City,
1S95-1898; pres. N. Y. Classis (Dutch) Reformed Cn.
in America, one term; pastor First Cumberland
Presby'n Ch.l Chicago, 1898-1900; sup't Manhattan
Dist., N. Y. Anti-Saloon League, 1900; sec- N. Y. State
Anti-Saloon League since 1900; ass't pastor Fourtm

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