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amount. Pres. Mf'rs Trust Co., of Brooklyn, from or-
ganization 1896 to 1903, when consolidated with Title
Guarantee & Trust Co., since which time has been
chm'n Advisory Com. of Brooklyn Branch. Pres. South
Brooklyn Savings Inst'n since 1904. Served a term on
B'd of Municipal Art Comm'n of N. Y. City. Was pres.
Municipal Art Soc. of N. Y. Appt'd a mem. Advisory
Council of Pratt Inst, by founder, and still serves in
that capacity; trustee Brooklyn Inst, of Arts and
Sciences since 188S; trustee Brooklyn Art Ass'n and
Brooklyn Soc. for Prevention Cruelty to Children.
Recreation: Fishing-. Clubs: Commonwealth (Pres.),
Hamilton, Municipal Art. Residence: 63 S. Portland
Av.. Brooklyn. Address: 160 Atlantic Av., Brooklyn,
X. Y.




Real estate, ex-State senator; b. Brooklyn, N. T.; ed.
in Brooklyn public schools. Actively engaged in real
estate and financial business since attaining majority;
now pres. Cooper Co., Realty; v. -p. Brevoort Bank;
dir. Hamilton Trust Co. Republican; elected to State
Senate from Sth Senate Dist., Kings County, 1904; re-
elected, 1906; appt'd, 1905, mem. Senate Com. on Affairs
of Cities, on Military Affairs, on Revision, and on Pub-
lic Health. Formerly for years pres. Central Hosp.,
Brooklyn. Mem. Central Cong'l Ch.; mem. Guarantee
Com., Bedford Branch, Y. M. C. A. Dir. Municipal Art
League; mem. F. and A. M., and of Royal Arcanum;
Clubs: Union League, Motor. Residence: 174 Hancock
St., Brooklyn. Address: 119G Fulton St., Brooklyn,
N. T.


Artist, painter; b. Philadelphia; s. Colin Campbell
Cooper, M.D., and Emily (Williams) Cooper; ed. Pa.
Acad. Fine Arts, Philadelphia, and in schs. in Paris;
m. Rochester, N. Y., June 9, 1897, Emma Lampert,
artist. Traveled extensively in France, Holland, Bel-
gium and England. Spent much time abroad, paintlne:
architectural subjects, cathedrals, chateaux, etc.; also
portraits and figure compositions; several years instr.
in water colors at Drexel Inst., Philadelphia. Princi-
pal pictures: The River (owned by Mrs. Richard P.
White, Philadelphia); The Grand Place at Malines
(Salon of 1900), purchased by Soc. of Friends of Art,
Paris; Procession at Bruges (Art Club, Philadelphia);
Broad St. Station, Philadelphia; Broad St., N. T. (Cin-
cinnati Museum); The Rialto, N. T. (Lotos Club); The
Flatiron, N. T. (Dallas Art Museum. Texas); Stairway
of Francis I. Blois (Rochester Museum); Church at
Abbeville, France; The Basilica, Quebec (Boston Art
Club). Awarded bronze medal, Atlanta Exp'n; T. VV.
Evans' Prize, Am. Water Color Soc, 1903; Jennie Ses-
nan gold medal, Philadelphia, 1904; honorable men-
tion, water color, Washington, D. C. ; gold medal, Art
Clulb, Philadelphia, 1905. Mem. Internat. Jury Awards;
commemorative gold medal, World's Fair, "St. Louis,
1904; bronze medal, Dallas, Texas, 1910; silver medal,
Internat. Fine Arts Exp'n, Buenos Avres, 1910; Beal
prize, Water Color Club, N. Y., 1911. Treas. Gainsbor-
ough Studios. Mem. Nat. Acad. Design, Am. Water
Color Soc. Clubs: Lotos, Water Color. Salmagundi
(N. Y. City), Water Color (Philadelphia). Address:
Gainsborough Studios, 222 W. 59th St., N. Y. City.

Lawyer; b. New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 7, 1872; s.
Jacob (D.D., LL.D.) and Mary (Linn) Cooper; grad.
Rutgers Coll., A.B., 1892; N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B., 1894;
m. New Brunswick, N. J., June 15, 1898, Esther Ste-
venson Nicholas; children: Esther N., b. 1900; Drury
W., Jr., b. 1901; Mary Linn, b. 1904; Elizabeth, b.
1906; JaccJb, b. 1908; John Nicholas, b. 1911; Theodore
W., b. 1913. Admitted to bar, 1894; mem. law firm
Kerr, Page, Cooper & Hayward; practise has been
largely in trial of casts involving patents, trademarks
and copyrights. Republican; mem. Reformed (Dutch)
Ch. in America. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n, Ass'n Bar City
of N. Y., N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n, N. Y. Law Inst.,
Delta Phi fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa. Clubs: Uni-
versity, Lawyers, N. Y. Press. Address: 149 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Artist, painter; b. Nunda, N. Y.; d. Henry and Jen-
nette (Smith) Lampert; grad. Wells Coll., Aurora.
N. Y.; studied art at Cooper Union and Art Students'
League, N. Y. City; also studied in Paris; m. Roches-
ter, N. Y., June 9, 1897. Colin Campbell Cooper, artist,
from Philadelphia, now of N. Y. City. Dir. Art Dep't,
Foster Sch., Clifton Springs, N. Y., 1891-1893; instr.
of painting, Mechanics' Inst., Rochester, N. Y., 1S93-
1897. Medals from exp'ns at Chicago, 1893; Atlanta,
1895; St. Louis (two medals), 1904; prize for bestwater
color Woman's Art Club Exto'n, N. Y., 1907. Mem.
Eastern Ass'n of Wells Coll. (one of founders and 1st
v.-p.); Women's Art Ass'n of Canada; Soc. of Women
Painters (pres.); Am. Water Color Soc. Clubs:
Women's Internat. Art (London); Philadelphia Water
Color (Philadelphia); N. Y. Water Color, Woman's Art
(N. Y. City). Address: 222 West 59th St., N. Y. City.


Importer, mf'r; b. Wantage, N. J.; m. Rosalie Mar-
tindale Purdy, d. of Alfred Seaman Purdy, M.D., or
N. Y.; children: Marion D., Dudlev M. (Yale). Former
capt. 7th Reg't, N. G. N. Y. Clubs: University, Mer-
chants, Larchmont Yacht. Residence: 29 W. 70th St.
Address: 54 Worth St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Pawtucket. R. I., Aug. 21, 1873; s. George
and Margaret (MacCutcheon) Cooper; attended Brown

Univ., 1891-1895, grad. Harvard Law Sch., A.B., 1896
(mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc); unmarried. In mfg
business 5 years, brokerage business, 3 years; in bond
business, 3 years, representative for J. 'D. Rockefeller
investments, 5 years, now v.-p. EquitaJble Trust Co.
Also v.-p. and dir. Am. Linseed Co.; dir. Abeyton
Realty Co., Colo. Fuel & Iron Co., Equitable Trust Co.
of N. Y., Georges Creek & Cumberland R. R. Co., N. Y.
Produce Exchange, Safe Deposit & Storage Co , Texas
& Pacific Ry. Co., Tilden Iron Mining Co., Western Md.
R.R. Co. Mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, and Alpha Delta
Phi fraternity; dir. Philharmonic Soc. of N. Y. Recrea-
tions: Golf, tennis, walking. Clubs: University, Ards-
ley. Residence: 701 Madison Av. Address: 37 Wall
St., N. Y. City.


Chemist; b. Glen Ellyn, 111., Nov. 22, 1875; s. Law-
rence Charles and Emma Parthenia (Yalding) Cooper;
grad. Ph.B., Belolt Coll., 1896, M.A., 1899; student Got-
tingen and Heidelberg Univs., 1896-1899 Ph.D., Heidel-
berg, 1899; student in Paris, 1899; m. Stratford, Conn.,
June 30, 1905, Agnes Kent Packard. Independent re-
search worker, Chicago Univ., 1899-1900; teacher Lin-
coln (Neb.) High Sch., 1900-1901; instr. Syracuse Univ.,
1901-1903; research ass'n in physical chemistry, Mass.
Inst, of Technology, 1903-1904; ass't prof., 1904-1906;
asso. prof 1906-1912; prof, chemistry since 1912; Syra-
cuse Univ. Author of various research monographs
in organic and physical chemistry. Translator and
Am. editor of Holleman-Cooper Text-Book of Inor-
ganic Chemistry. Congregationalist. Fellow A.A.A.S.;
mem. Am. Chem. Soc. Address: 831 Ackerman Av.,
Syracuse, N. Y.


Consulting eng'r; b. Sheldon, Minn., April 28, 1865; s.
George W. and Nancy M. (Parshall) Cooper; ed. Rush-
ford (Minn.) High Sch.; m. Rochester, Minn., Oct. 12,
1S92, Frances B. Graves; children: Agnes L., Hugh L.,
Jr. (deceased), Elizabeth E. Designed and for most
part, constructed about 700,000 hydro-electric power in
plants situated in Sao Paulo, Brazil; Niagara Falls,
Canada; Winnipeg, Canada; McCalls Ferry, Pa.; Keo-
kuk, Ioiwa; crossing the Mississippi and various other
localities. V.-p. Miss. Valley Power Co. Independent.
Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng"rs, Am. Soc. Mech. EngV.s,
Am. Soc. Mining Eng'rs, and various others. Recrea-
tions: Motoring, fishing. Clubs: N. Y. Yacht, Railroad,
Engineers. Residence: 128 Strawtberry Hill Av., Stam-
ford, Conn. Address: 101 Park Av., N. Y. City.


University prof.; b. New Brunswick, N. J., Dec 14,
1875; s. Jacolb and Mary (Linn) Cooper; ed. Rutgers
Coll., A.B. (2d classical honor, and oratorical honor),
1896, A.M., 1898; Yale Univ., 1898; studied at Columbia,
Berlin, Leipzig (Ph.D., 1901), and in Paris; unmar-
ried. Teacher in St. James Preparatory Sch., 1898-
1899; aibroad 1899-1901; instr. in English, Cornell Univ.,
1902-1906; ass't prof, of English, Cornell Univ., since
1906. Author: The Prose Poetry of Thomas lie
Quincey; Theories of Style; A Manual of American
Literature (with Theodore Stanton and others); Lit-
erature for Engineers; A Concordance to the Poems
of William Wordsworth; The Function of the Leader
in Scholarship; Methods and Aims in the Study of Lit-
erature: Aristotle On the Art of Poetry. Republican;
Congregationalist. Mem. Delta Phi fraternity, Phi
Beta Kappa Soc, Modern Language Ass'n, Concord-
ance Soc. Recreations: Shooting, fishing, rowing, bi-
cycling, skating. Club: Town and Gown (Ithaca).
Residence: Cornell Heights. Address: Cornell Univ.,
Ithaca, N. Y.


Consulting eng'r; b. Cooper's Plains, N. Y., Jan. 12,
1839; s- John and Elizabeth (Evans) Cooper; grad.
Rensselaer Poly. Inst., 1858; unmarried. Entered U.
S. Navy as ass't eng'r, 1861, with JJ. S. S. Chocura; was
at Hampton Roads at second appearance of Confed-
erate iron-clad Merrimac, at Siege of Yorktown, battle
of West Point. York River, at White House, Pamun-
key River, during Chickahominy campaign; on block-
ade off Forts Caswell and Fisher, 1S63; Texas Block-
ade, 1S64-1S65; in June, 1S65, ordered for duty as ass't
prof, steam eng'ring and chemistry, U. S. Naval Acad.;
also in charge construction of new buildings and the
sea wall; ordered to U. S. S Nyack, S. Pacific Squad-
ron. 1868; again ordered to U. S. Naval Acad., 1S70, and
after short service was granted furlough of one year
previous to entering civil life. Was with Capt. James
B. Eads in construction and erection of St. Louis arch
bridge over Mississippi River. 1872-1875; sup't Dela-
ware Bridge Works. 1875-1876; ass't gen. mg'r and
sup't Keystone Bridge Co., 1876; after Ashtabula dis-
aster employed, 1877-1878, in making critical examina-
tion of bridges over many principal railroads. Since



Pawling School

Preparatory School for Boys



Pawling, N. Y., 64 miles from New York City, on the Harlem Division of the New
York Central Railroad ; 700 feet above sea level, in the foothills of the Berkshires.


Main building represents the best type of academic architecture providing single
bedrooms, infirmary, common room, study hall, dining room, library, recitation
rooms, masters' apartments; superior heating, lighting, ventilating and sanitary

To prepare boys for college and scientific schools; to foster systematic study and
consistent physical development ; to develop vigorous Christian character.


The course of instruction is arranged to cover five years, and is directed by able and
experienced masters. The intimate association of master and boy provides for the
careful study of each individual. The entire purpose of the school is to render the
greatest possible service to every boy.

School advertisements continued on page 160



Newman School


A College Preparatory Boarding School

FOK SIXTY BOYS Under Catholic Auspices

Tuition, $800

Small Classes

Individual Attention

Resident Chaplain


Jesse Albert Locke, A.M., LL.D.



Former home of Bayard Taylor, Kennell Square, Pa.


33 miles from Philadelphia

Limited number of boys, 1 to 18 years.
Individual instruction, painstaking and
thorough. One master for six boys.
Every boy recites every lesson every
day. Real home life, with abundant
table. Single rooms. Estate of 1 25
acres. Manual Training. New gymna-
sium, with swimming pool. All branches
of athletics. Football and baseball
field, tennis courts, track, etc. Electric
light, steam heat, spring water. Cer-
tificate admits to leading Colleges and
Scientific Schools. Illustrated Catalog
on request.

JESSE E. PHILIPS, A.M., Principal.

15 he

Holbrook School

A Preparatory School for Boys
in Briarcliff Manor

30 miles from New York. 500 feet ele-
vation, commanding a 40-mile view of the
Hudson. Complete equipment all
sports. Limited number of pupils.
Character references required.

Business Address: OSSINING, N. Y.

Best reached from Ossining station (one
and one-half miles distant) on Hudson
River R. R.

Recommended by
Senator Elihti Root

Pres. M. W. Slryker, Hamilton College
Pres. William Arnold Shanklin,

Wesleyan University

"A School that is better than the Catalogue."

School advertisements continued on page 191



1879 in practice at N. i". City as consulting eng'r; has
designed numerous bridges and other structures for
railroads, towns, cities and private concerns, consult-
ing eng'r for manv railroads in U. S., Mexico, Japan,
etc., the N. Y. Elevated R. R., Rapid Transit Comm'ns
of N. Y. City and Boston, Washington Bridge (N. Y.
City); mem. boards appt'd by Pres. Cleveland on Hud-
son River Bridge and by Mayor Low on Manhattan
Bridge; consulting eng'r for all structural work of N.
Y. Public Library, and for Quebec Bridge over St.
Lawrence River with span of 1S00 feet. Author:
Cooper's Specifications for the Superstructure of Rail-
road and Highway Bridges; also many papers on
eng'ring subjects. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs (has
twice received its Norman medal), Loyal Legion, N. Y.
Hist. Soc, Naval Inst, (life mem.). Am. Soc. Fine Arts,
Am. Museum Natural History, N. Y. Botanical Garden;
honorary mem Am. Inst. Architects. Club: Century.
Address: 353 W. 57th St., N. Y. City.


Physician and surgeon; b. Red Hook. N. Y., Mar. 15,
1876; s. William C. and Elizabeth (Tompkins) CoopeT-
nail; grad. Albany Med. Coll., 1900; Albany Hosp., 1901-
1902; m. Falls Village, Conn., July 30, 1902, N. Louise
Brinton; children: Charlotte Louise, b. Nov. 2, 1904;
George Brinton, b. Oct. 31, 1905; William Fulton, b.
July IS, 1909. Interne Albany Hosp., 1900-1901; since
then practising medicine in Bedford, N. Y. First lieut.
Reserve Med. Corps, U. S. A. Inventor of Tonsil Dis-
sector. Author: Article on Bone Plating, and a paper
on Clean Tonsil Dissection and a Method of Doing It.
Republican. Mem. Ass'n of Military Surgeons of the
U. S., Dutchess Co. Soc. of N. Y., Westchester Co. Med.
Soc, N. Y. State Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n, Nat'l
Health League, N. Y. State Div. Med. Reserve Corps, U.
S. A.. N. Y. State Hist. Soc, Mt. Kisco Lodge, F. and
A. M., Fellow Am. Coll. of Surgeons. Recreations:
Hunting and fishing. Address: Bedford, N. Y.


Banker; b Middletown Springs, Vt., May 23, 1844; s.
Lucius and Minerva (Skinner) Copeland; ed. Union
Coll., Schenectady, N. Y.; m. 1st, Chazy, Clinton Co., N.
Y., Oct. 10, 1866, Julia A. NoTth (died 1890); 2d, N. Y.
City, Sept. 1, 1892, Marie K. Hinds; children: Mrs. Lucy
M. Copeland Addoms, b. Sept. 18, 1870; Henry F., b.
Dec. 29, 1872; Frances D., b. April 18, 1S84. Cashier
First Nat. Bank, Brandon. Vt., 1870-1883; assisted in
organizing and was cashier Sprague Nat. Bank, Brook-
lyn. N. Y., 18S3-1S85; founded Minnehaha Nat. Bank,
Sioux Falls, Dakota, 1885; founded, 1887, Riverside
Bank, N. Y. City, and was its cashier, 1S87-1894; pres.
1894-1903. Retired 1903. Actively interested in real
estate in N. Y. City and at Haworth, N. J. Republican.
Mem. Union Coll. Alumni Ass'n. Club: West Side Re-
publican. Address: 242 W. 101st St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Dexter, Mich., Nov. 7. 1868; s. Roscoe P.
and Frances (Holmes) Copeland; attended Dexter High
Sch., Mich. State Normal Coll., Univ. of Michigan, M.D.;
Lawrence Univ., A.M.; m. Ann Arbor, Mich., July 15,
1908, Frances Spalding; one son: Royal Spalding, b.
Sept. 12, 1910. Prof, ophthalmology and otology, Univ.
of Mich., 1895-1908; prof, ophthalmology and dean of
faculty, N. Y. Homes. Med. Coll., and Flower Hosp.
since 1908. Mayor of Ann Arbor, Mich., 1901-1903;
pres. B'd of Ed'n Ann Arbor, 1903-190S; defeated for
Congress, 2nd Cong. Dist., Mich. Mem. B'd of Ambu-
lance Service, N. Y. City. Methodist. Ex-pres. Am.
Inst. Homoeopathy, Am. Homce., Ophthal., Otol., and
Laryngol. Ass'n. Corr. mem. British Homce. Soc.
Mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon and Alpha Sigma fraterni-
ties; Knight Templar, Shriner, Knight of Pythias. Dir.
Flower Hosp.; trustee N. Y. Opthalmic Hosp. Clubs:
N. Y. Athletic, Graduates, Univ. of Mich., Fallowcraft
(Detroit). Address: 58 Central Park W., N. Y. City.


Editor; b. McConnellsville, N. Y., July 14, 1864; s.
Rev. Anson Tuller and Minerva Ann (Detchon) Cope-
land; attended Western Reserve Sem., West Farming-
ton, Ohio; Poland Union Seminary, Poland, Ohio; and
Chaffee's Inst., Oswego, N. Y.; grad. Ohio Wesleyan
Univ., Delaware, Ohio, A.B., 1889; m. Delaware, Ohio,
June 18, 1891, Ella A. Griffiths; children: Jennie Mar-
garet, b. Dec. 7, 1892 (died Aug., 1893); WHbur Griffiths,
b. Dec. 21, 1S93 (died Jan., 1894); John Anson, b. Jan.
7, 1896; Ellen Minerva, b. June 30, 1897 (died Jan. 9,
1903); Rachel Griffiths, b. June S, 1899 (died Aug.,
1901); Otis (adopted), Agnes (adopted), Ellanore
(adopted), Laura (adopted), Warren (adopted). Ed-
itor Farmington (Ohio) News, 1884-1885; private sec.
to Pres. Charles H. Payne, of Ohio Wesleyan Univer-
sity, Delaware, Ohio. 1885-1888. Editor The Practical
Student, Delaware. Ohio, 1888; asso. editor N. Y. Voice,
18S9-1893. with Funk & Wagnalls Co., publishers,

i s:i-is:i;. ; i. bus Ini ss at Girai d, i>:i i>- ' <> . i'a., i S95-
i v.i. With B'd Ed'n of Methodist Episcopal Ch., 1899-
1900. Editor The Straight Edge, N. Y., since 1899.
Author: The Honorable Charles Rockingham Ducketts;
The Church of Divine Satisfaction; The Ghost of Mur-
dered Dove; Fables and Parables by Avery Quercus,
and other booklets issued by the Straight Edge Press.
I 'r inlzer of The Straight Edge Industrial Settlement,
an "industrial experiment station," having headquar-
era it 111 Manhattan Street, N. Y., and having a
"hacienda" for mothers, children and families at
Alpine, Bergen Co., N. J. Address: Alpine, N. J.


Banker; b..Claremont, N. J., April 10, 1S72; s. George
and Helen Hoffman (Gillingham) Coppell; ed. St.
John's Sch., Ossining, and Princeton Univ., A.B., 1894;
m. N. Y. City, Dec 12, 1S99, Mary S. Bowers; one d.,
Susan Bowers. Entered Maitland, Phelps & Co., bank-
ers, 1891, and admitted to firm, 1896, name changing
to Maitland, Coppell & Co. Pres. and dir. Dry Dock,
East Broadway & Battery R. R. Co., Woman's Hotel
Co.; dir. Denver & Rio Grande R. R. Co., Rio Grande
Southern R. R. Co., Cuba R. R. Co., Lake Superior In-
vestment Co. Mem. St. George's Soc. Clubs: N. Y.
Athletic, City Midday, Englewood Golf. Residence: 22
W. 48th St. Address, 52 William St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 12, 1873; s. Austin
and Hannah M. (Wheeler) Corbin; ed. Cutler's and
Westminster sens.; Harvard, A.B., cum laude, 1896; un-
married. Entered business on death of father, 1896.
as partner in Cortiin Banking Cj. house; executor es-
tate of Austin Corbin; pres. Rockaway Park Improve-
ment Co.; pres. Manhattan Beach Estates; treas. N. E.
Mortgage Security Co. Episcopalian. Recreations:
Shooting, yachting. Clubs: University, Lambs, Har-
vard, N. Y. Athletic (N. Y. City), Somerset (Boston).
Residences: Blue Mountain Farm, Newport, N. H.;
Northport, L. I. Address: 192 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Editor, author, critic; b. Chicago, May 2, 1870: s.
Calvin Rich and Caroline Elizabeth (Fairfield) Cor-
bin; ed. Ogden Grammar and North Division High
Schools. Chicago; Harvard, A.B., 1S92, honors in Eng-
lish (the honor thesis, "The Elizabethan Hamlet,"
took one-half the Sohier prize), A.M., 1893; Balliol
Coll., Oxford, 1894-1895; m. N. Y. City, Nov. 2, 1899,
Amy Foster. Editor Outing, 1893-18)4. instr. English,
Harvard, 1895-1896; ass't editor Harper's Magazine,
1S97-1900; on editorial staff Encyclopaedia Britannica,
London, 1900-1902; dramatic critic N. Y. Times, 1902-
1905; N. Y. Sun, 1905-190S; now literary mg'r New The-
atre, N. Y. City. Author: The Elizabethan Hamlet,
1895; Schoolboy Life in England, 1888; An American at
Oxford, 1902; A New Portrait of Shakespeare, 1903;
The First Doves of Perilla, 1904; The Cave Man, 1907;
Which College for the Boy?, 1908; Adventures on the
Ragged Edge, 1908; Husband and the Forbidden
Guests, 1910; also magazine articles and stories.
Recreations: Squash, tennis. Clubs: Harvard, Uni-
versity, The Players. Address: 131 E. 15th St., N. Y.


Architect; b. Hamburg, Germany. 1S50; ed. Technical
Sch. of Hamburg combined with courses in practical
work and modeling; continued studies at Royal Acad.,
Berlin (interrupted by Franco-Prussian War, in which
participated), resumed studies at Berlin as pupil of
Gropius and Schmieden, and in 1873 studied under
Theophile Ritter von Hansen, at Vienna Royal Acad.
Traveled ten months through Italy and Sicily; came to
N. Y. City 1880; formed partnership with Theodore W.
E. De Lemos, 1884, as De Lemos & Cordes, who were
the architects of Arion Club House, Siegel-Cooper,
Adams and Macy dep't stores; office buildings for
Speyer & Co., etc., in N. Y. City, and office bld'g- in
City of Mexico for Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N. Y. Re-
tired from practice, 1907. Address: 124 W. 45th
St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. in Pennsylvania, 1866; ed. in public
schs., and after 16 was in chemical laboratory of Ed-
gar Thomson Steel Works, at Pittsburgh; studied at
home; twice married; m. 1907, Mabelle Gilman, actress.
Sup't plate mill at Edgar Thomson Works of Carne-
gie Bros. & Co., Pittsburgh, 1887; Invented Carnegie re-
forged armor plate; succeeded Charles M. Schwab as
pres. Carnegie Steel Co. Formerly pres. and dir. U. S.
Steel Corp'n. Dir. Carnegie Steel Co., Elgin, Joliet &
Eastern R'y Co.. Federal Steel Co., Nat. Tuhe Co.,
Shelby Steel Trust Co., U. S. Steel Products Export Co.
Mem. Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs. Clubs: Metropolitan,
Ardsley. Residence: 2 E. 45th St. Address: 14 Wall
St.. N. Y. Cltv.




Manufacturer; b. Troy, N. Y., 1868; s. Wilbur F. and
Julia (Parmly) Corliss; ed. Phillips Acad., Andover,
clao of 1886; Williams Coll., A.B., lS'JO; unmarried.
Pres. and dir. Lamont, Corliss & Co., O'Sullivan Rub-
ber Co., Swis.j Chocolate Co.; dir. Inspiration Con-
solidated Copper Co., Knipp Malt Food Co., Peter
Collier & Kopler. Republican; Presby'n. Recreation.
Golf. Clubs: University, Union League, Sleepy Hollow
Country, Englewood Country. Residence: 2 E. 4.jth
St. Address: 131 Hudson St., N. Y. City.


Born N. Y. City, Dec. 29, 1855- s. Governor Alonzo

B. and Ellen Augusta (Covert) Cornell; g. s. of Ezra
Cornell, founder Cornell Univ.; grad. Columbia Univ.,
A.B., 18T9; Albany Law Sch., LL.B., 1880; m. Katharine
Lawyer Bouck, d. Charles Bouck, son of Gov. William

C. Bouck; one son, William Bouck Corneal, b. Bouck's
Island, Schoharie Co., N. Y., July 14, 1884. Served in
U. S. Treasury Dep't and in private corp'ns. Pres. Cor-
nell Transfer Co., and Union Transfer Co., Ithaca, N.
Y. Delegate to Nat. Rep. Conv., 1880, and was one of
306 who voted for Gen. U. S. Grant. Republican; Epis-
copalian. Life trustee Cornell Univ., Cornell Free
Library. Mem Alpha Tau Omega fraternity; life mem.
State Agr'l Soc. : mem. Royal Arcanum. Club: Town
and Gown. Address: Highland Ave., Ithaca, N. Y.


Civil eng'r; b. Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1869; s. S.
Douglas and Lydia (Hadfield) Cornell; ed. Buffalo
Classical Sch. and Rensselaer Poly. Inst, class of
1893. Since 1893 has held positions of transmitman
Troy Park Comm'n, leveler and ass't eng'r N Y.
State Eng'ring Dep't; ass't eng'r Batavia & North-
ern R. R. ; structural engineer Bureau of Buildings,
Dep't Public Works, Buffalo, N. Y.; now structural
engr and acting comm'r Bureau of Buildings, Buffalo,
N. Y Pres. Velie Motor Sales Co., v.-p. Clarine Water
Co. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs, Delta Phi fraternity.
Club: Buffalo. Address: 1 Municipal Bld'g, Buffalo, N. Y.

Lawyer; b. Central Valley, N. Y., 1S66; s. David and
Susan A. (Ferguson) Cornell; grad. Cornell Univ

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