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LL.B., 1889; LL.M., 1S90; m. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1896'
Esther Haviland; children: Willard Haviland, b. 1901 :
Kathenne, 'b. 1904; Julien Davies, b. 1910; George
Davison, ib. 1910; Phebe, b. 1912. Admitted to bar,
1891. and has since practised law In N. Y. City; mem
law firm of Davies, Auerbach & Cornell. Mem. Soc. of
Friends. Clubs: Cornell University, Down Town Re-
cess. Address: 32 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; D . Defreestville, Rensselaer Co,
N. Y., April 26, 1851; s. Rev. William Augustus and
Helen Maria (Wyckoff) Cornell; mother a d. of Jacob
and Elizabeth (Van Deventer) Wyckoff, of New
Brunswick, N. J.; ed. Carey and Pelham Insts., Pough-
keepsie, N. Y.; N. Y. Univ., .Med. Dep't, M.D., 1877- m
1st, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Oct. 30, 1878, Kate E. Dor
land (died July 29, 1880); 2d, Wappingers Falls, N. Y.,
June 6, 1883, Elizabeth Woolsey Harcourt; one son-
Martense Harcourt, b. Dec. 26, 1884. Republican
Presby'n. Mem. Dutchess Co. Med. Soc, Med. Soc
State of N. Y., Am. Med. Ass'n, Gen. Alumni Soc N
Y. Univ., Wappingers Lodge, 671, F. and A. M. Ad-
dress: Wappingers Falls, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. N. Y. City; s. Isaac Russell and Eliz-
abeth Mary (Duyekinck) Cornell; ed. M'Churchill's
Acad., Sing Sing, N. Y.; grad. Princeton Univ., A B..
1859, A.M., 1862; N. Y. Gen. Theol. Sem., 1863- m
Friern Barnett, near London, England, July 31, 1878
Margaret Katherina (Osterberg), widow "of Joseph
Parkinson Robinson. Deacon 1S63, presbyter 1864
P. E. Ch.; ass't minister, Ch. of the Messiah, Rhine-
beck. N. Y., 1863-1864; rector St. Thomas' Ch. Ravens-
wood, N. Y., 1864-1S67, resigned on account of ill
health, and traveled extensively in Europe, visiting
the Holy Land, Greece, Turkey, etc., returning to
America in 1868. Engaged in missionary work at
Laramie, Wyo., and adjacent parts; also rector of St.
Matthew's Ch., Laramie; later missionary at Santa Fe,
N. Mex., and Hamilton, Neb.; rector Trinity Ch., Santa
Barbara, 1874; gen. missionary northern Calif., 1874-
1876; visited Nice, France, 1876, and was elected rec-
tor Ch. of the Holy Spirit there, remaining 18 Tears;
returned to U. S., 1894, residing- alternately at Wash-
ington, D. C. and at the family homestead near
Newport. R. I. Has written a history of Cornell
family; became ass't minister 1900, and rector 1903,
St. John's Parish, Bethesda; now canon missioner, Ca-
thedral of St. John the Divine, N. Y. City. Mem. N.

Y. Biog. and Geneal. Soc; mem. University Club and
N. Y. Churchman Ass'n. Address: Care Moran Bros.,
68 William St., N. Y. City.


Iron mf'r; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 27, 1846; s. John Black
Cornell; ed. Mt. Washington Collegiate Inst.; m. 1873
Sarah Keen. Became partner with father at age of
21, and upon father's death, in 1887, became head of
firm of J. B. & J. M. Cornell. Residence: Seabright,
N. J. Address: Care Cornell Iron Works, 26th St. and
11th Ave., N. Y. City.


Writer; b. Wappingers Falls, Dutchess Co., N. Y.,
Dec. 26, 1884; s. Isaac Martense and Elizabeth Woolsey
(Harcourt) Cornell, d. Joseph David and Mary Ellen
(Woolsey) Harcourt; ed. Riverview Mil. Acad., Pough-
keepsie, N. Y.; m. Pottstown, Pa., April 9, 1913, Edith
H. Kerper. Has devoted much time to geneal. and
hist, research, and to other literary work. Republican.
Presby'n. Recreation: Tennis. Address: Wappingers
Falls, N. Y.


Jurist; grad. Columbia Coll., A.B., 1874; Law Sch.,
LL.B., 1876: m. Malvina H. Lamson. Admitted to bar,
1876, and in gen. practice until appointed magistrate
in 1895; judge Court of Domestic Relations, since
Sept., 1910. Democrat. Was chm'n Com. on Men-
dicancy of N. Y. City Charity Org'n. Clubs: Univer-
sity, Century. Address: 901 Lexington Ave., N. Y.


Merchant; b. Pultneyville, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1844; s. An-
drew and Mary (Calhoun) Cornwall, of Alexandria
Bay (father owned nearly all Thousand Islands in Am.
waters, between Clayton and Morristown, and made a
fortune by selling the timber on the islands; he
ultimately sold them cheap, or gave them away for
residential purposes and summer resorts, and was
one of the greatest developers of St. Lawrence
River); ed. Alexendria Bay Dist. Sch., the Watertown
High Sch., and Eastman's Mercantile Coll., Rochester,
N. Y.; m. July 1, 1869, Julia Fuller, of Alexandria
Bay. 'Entered business career as clerk in father's
store; succeeded to the great mercantile business, 1S77;
the partners in new firm which was then formed were
four sons of Andrew Cornwall: Andrew C, Charles
W., John I. and Harvey A., under name of Cornwall
Bros. Supervisor town of Alexandria 5 years, and is
connected with most of Its financial inst'ns, being
pres. of Cornwall Bros, and pres. First Nat. Bank of
the Thousand Islands, at Alexandria Bay. Address:
Alexandria, N. Y.


Physician; b. Buenos Ayres, S. America, July 2,
1S66; s. Dr. Nathaniel O. and Mary A. (West) Corn-
wall; grad. Wesleyan Univ.. Middletown, Conn., Ph.B..
1887; Coll. Phys. and Surg. (Columbia Univ.). M.D.,
1890. Resident physician Presby'n Hosp., N. Y. City,
1890-1S91; surgeon on steamers of Netherlands-Am.
S. S. Co., and traveled in Europe. 1S92: since 1893 prac-
tising medicine in Brooklyn. N. Y.: visiting physician
to Williamsburg and Norwegian Hosps.. Brooklyn:
consulting physician to Bethany Hosp. Prof, medicine
in Brooklyn Post-Grad. Med. Sch. Author of maga-
zine articles on med. and hist, subjects. Mem. Am.
Med. Ass'n. N. Y. State Med., Kings Co. Med. Soc.
Associated Physicians of L. I., Med. Ass'n of Greater
N. Y., ex-pres. L. I. Med. Soc. Brooklyn Path. Soc,
Brooklyn Soc. of Internal Medicine, Conn, and L. I.
Hist. Socs., S. A. R.. Phi Beta Kappa Soc. Chi Psi
fraternitv. Club: University. Address: 1218 Pacific
St., Brooklyn. N. Y.


Lawyer, editor; b. London, England, Dec. 24. 1839;
s. William Baxter Kinanin Cornwallis, oarrister-at-
law: ed Collegiate Inst'n. Liverpool. England, and
Trinity Coll.; m. 1st, N. Y. Citv, Annie Louise, d. Sam-
uel T. Tisdale; 2d. Hartford. Conn., Elizabeth D.
Charles Chapman (both deceased); three children. En-
tered British Colonial civil service: two years in Mel-
bourne, Australia; came to N. Y. City, 1860; served on
editorial staff and as financial editor of N. Y. Herald
until 1869; accompanied Prince of Wales while in
America as Herald correspondent: purchased and edi-
ted Knickerbocker Magazine and Albion newspaper;
in 1886 established Wall Street Daily Investigator,
now Wall Street Daily Investor, of which is still
prop'r and editor: admitted to N. Y. Bar 1863. and has
since practised in N. Y. City. Author: Howard Plunk-
ett; An Australian Poem; Pilgrims of Fashion: British
Columbia: Two Journeys to Japan: A Panorama of the
New World: Wreck and Ruin, nr Modern Society: My
Life and Adventures, an Autobiography; The Cross-



ticks, u Medley Performance; Royalty In the New
World, or the Prince of Wales in America; The New
Eldorado, or British Columbia; Adrift wih a Ven-
geance; Two Strange Adventurers; A Marvelous Coinci-
dence; American Historical Poems; The Song of Ameri-
ca and Columbus; The Conquest of Mexico and Peru;
The War for the Un.on, or the Duel Between North
and South; The Gold Room and the New York Stock
Exchange and Clearing House; International Law, a
treatise; The History of Constructive Contempt of
Court; also extensive contb'r to legal and literary pe-
riodicals in TJ. S. and England. Mem. N. Y. County
Lawyers Ass'n, Am. Social Science Ass'n, St. George's
Soc. of N. Y. ; asso. mem. Nat. Inst. Arts and Letters.
Republican; active in politics; mom. Madison Sq. Re-
publican Club. Residence: 39 E. 22d St. Address: 95
Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Annapolis, Md., April 7, 1875; s. Charles
C, Capt. U. S. N., and Sol Cerda (de Vilarrestau) Corn-
well; ed. at sch. for four years in Dresden, Germany;
Harvard Coll., A.B., 1S97; Harvard Med. Sch., M.D..

1900. Practising medicine in N. Y. City since 1902. Re-
publican. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State and Coun-
ty Med. Ass'ns. Adjunct prof, in nervous diseases, N. Y.
Post-Grad. Med. Sch.; visiting physician, St. Bartholo-
mew's Clinic. Mem. Med. B'd for Atypical Children,
Randall's Island. Clubs: Harvard, St. Nicholas (N. Y.).
Address: 40 E. 41st St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Lyons, N. Y., Aug. 19 1851; s. Francis E.
and Catherine L. Cornwell; m. Buffalo, Oct. 9, 1873,
Marian W., d. Dr. H. N. Loomi-s. Entered banking house
of H. N. Smith & Co , Buffalo, as messenger; cashier
Bank of Buffalo 1878-1893; organized, 1893, and was
pres., City Nat. Bank, Buffalo, 1902; student of finance,
and has made earnest effort to secure improvement in
banking and currency systems; authority on financial
subjects, through addresses and publications in past 20
years; one of the founders of N. Y. State Bankers'
Ass'n, and its first pres.; has served as v.-p. and mem.
Exec. Council Am. Bankers Ass'n; was c-hm'n Com. on
Ed'n of that ass'n for 5 years; through his efforts per-
sisted in for 5 years. Am. Inst, of Bank Clerks now
Am. Inst, of Bankers, was organized, of which be-
came first pres.; del. to Monetary Conv., 1895; mem.
Exec. Com., Indianapolis Monetary Conv., 1898; became
associated with J. S. Bache & Co., bankers, in 1905.
Author: Currency and Banking Law of Canada, 1894;
Sound Money Monographs, 1897; What is a Bank?
(published by Am. Bankers' Ass'n, 500,000 copies dis-
tributed or sold); Bonds as a safety Reserve for Banks
(issued by J. S. Bache & Co., and which covered a
careful investigation into the subject of bond holdings
by banks). In addition to interest in banking and
financial subjects, is student of art and writer on art
subjects. Dir. new Century Opera Company. Address:
42 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Actor, author and manager; b. Amsterdam, Holland.
June 5, 1S68; s. Hubert and Catherine (Renn) Zilles;
ed. St. Joseph's Coll., Baltimore, Md. ; m. 1st, Chicago,
111., Effie Dinsmore (died 1901); 2d, N. r. City, June 10,
1913, Molly I. MacNerney; one son: Emmett, Jr., b.

1901. Entered theatrical profession, 1884 (chose stage
name of Corrigan on account of admiration of th
Archbishop of N. Y., for whom served mass during
visit to Baltimore). Recreations: Automobiling, boat-
ing. Clubs: The Players, The Lambs, Astoria. Address:
The Lambs' Club, N. Y. City.


City magistrate; b. Newark, N. J., Sept. 16, 1874; s.
Joseph F. and Marie (Plunkett) Corrigan; grad. Seton
Hall Coll. S. Orange, N. J., A.B., 1895, A.M., 1897; Co-
lumbia Univ. Law Sch., LL.B., 1901; m. N. Y. City, Dec.
3, 1906, Margaret Holmes Stone. Democrat. Roman
Catholic. Mem. Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Psi fraterni-
ties, mem. Nat. Inst, of Social Science. Clubs: Calumet,
City, Nat. Democratic. Residence: 122 E. 82d St. Ad-
dress: 300 Mulberry St., N. Y. City.


Pres. Consolidated Gas Co. of N. Y., former sec. of
Treasury; b. N. Y. City July 26, 1862; grad. Hempstead
(L. I.) Inst., 1879; State Normal Sch., Westfield. Mass.,
1882; Georgetown Univ.. LL.B., 1895 (LL.D., 1903); Co-
lumbian (now George Washington) Univ., DL.M., 1S96;
m. 1888, Li?y MoTris Hinds, d. Dr. Ephraim Hinds, pres.
Hempstead Inst. Gen. law and verbatim reporter, N. Y.
City, 1883; prin. of prep, schools in N. Y., 18S5-1889;
entered public service, 1889, and has been private sec.
to various public officials, among them the post-office
insp. in charge at N. Y. City, the surveyor of Port of
N. Y. the 4th ass't postmaster-gen.; appt'd Nov. 1895.

stenographer to Pres. Cleveland; exec, clerk, Feb. 1896;
ass't sec. to Pres. McKinley, July 1, 1898; sec. to the
president, April 13, 1900; reappt'd Mai-. I."., 1901, and on
Sept, 16. 1901, reappt'd by Pres. Roosevelt. Appt'd sec.

Di p'1 C rce and Labor, Feb, B, 1908, and confirmed

same day; elected, June 23, 1904, chm'n Republican
Nat. Com., and conducted campaign which resulted in
election of Pres. Roosevelt; entered new Cabinet Mar.
7, 1905, as Postmaster-Gen., and on March 4, 1907, ad-
vanced to post of Sec. of Treasury, serving until close
of Roosevelt's administration, 1909. Pres. Consolidated
Gas Co., of N. Y., since 1909. Address: 4 Irving PI.,
X. Y. City.


Civil eng'r; b. So. Abington (now Whitman), Mass.,
Sept. 30, 1840; s. James Lawrence and Mary (Gurney.1
Corthell; ed. S. Abington High Sch., Phillips Exeter (N.
H.) Acad., grad. 1S5S; entered Brown Univ., 1859; ab-
sent, 1861-1865, in Civil War; returned to Brown Univ..
1865, grad. A.B. (Phi Beta Kappa), 1867, A.M., 1868,
honorary Sc. D., 1894; m. 1st, Providence, R. I., 1867,
Emily T. Davis (died 1884); m. 2d, 1900, Marie Kuch-
ler, of Berne, Switzerland; children: Alice (Mrs. Ed-
ward S. Dewey of Gloversville, N. Y.), Howard Law-
rence (civil eng'r, N. Y. City). In Union Army in Civil
War, 1st Reg't, R. I. Art'y; private to capt., Battery
D, serving in Va. and N. C. mustered out 1865; resumed
studies, and on graduation, 1867, engaged as civil eng'r
at Providence, R. I.; ass't eng'r Hannibal & Naples
R. R. in 111., 1868; div. eng'r in location and constr'n
Hannibal & Central Mo. R. R., 1869; chief ass't eng'r
in constr'n of bridge over Miss, at Hannibal, Mo., 1870-
1S71; chief eng'r Sny Island Levee, on east bank of
Miss. River, in 111., 1S71-1874; chief eng'r of constr'n of
bridge over Miss, at Louisiana, Mo., for Chicago &
Alton R'y. 1873-1874; in charge for Capt James B.
Eads of eng'ring and constr'n of jetties at mouth of
Miss., 1S75-1879; associated with Capt. Eads in sur-
veys for the ship railway, Isthmus of Tehuantepec,
1S80-1881; chief eng'r in constr'n of N. Y., West Shore
& Buffalo R'y and N. Y., Ont. & Western Ry., and their
terminals at N. Y. City, 18S1-1SS4; eng'r building steel
r'y bridges over Mississippi, Missouri. Ohio and other
rivers, 1887-1SS9; chief eng'r of jetties at mouth of
Brazos River, Texas; in building Merchants' Bridge
over Miss. River at St. Louis, and consulting eng'r of
waterways, r'ys, etc.. until 1894. Spent some years in
Europe; 1900-1902 was consulting eng'r for nat. public
works for the Argentine Gov't; appt'd, Feb. 1904, by
Gov. of N. Y. State, and some years mem., Advisory
B'd of Consulting Eng'rs to build barge canals of State,
to cost over $100,000,000. Was also consulting eng'r
Cape Cod Ship Canal to shorten distance between N. Y.
and Boston; mem. Advisor y B'd Trans- Alaska Siberian
R'y, now director of Co.; chief eng'r in charge of
constr'n of modern port at Para, Brazil, mouth of Am-
azon, and chief eng'r constructing port of Rio Grande
do Sul. Brazil. Republican; Baptist. Chm'n Com. In-
ternal Eng'ring Congress, Chicago, 1893; U. S. dele-
gate and v.-p. to Internat. Navigation Congress, Brus-
sels, 1898; delegate of Argentine Gov't to Internat.
Navigation Congress, Dusseldorf, 1902; TJ. S. Gov't
mem. Permanent Com. of Internat. "Navigation Con-
gress. Life mem. Internat. Road Congress; mem. and
twice v.-p. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs; mem. and ex-pres.
Western iSoc. Eng'rs; mem. Canadian Soc. Civil Eng'rs,
Inst'n Civil Eng'rs, Great Britain, honorary and corr.
mem. French Soc. Civil Engr's, Mexican Ass'n Civil
Eng'rs, Boston Soc. Civil Engr's, Fellow A. A. A. S.,
Royal Geographical Soc. London, honorary mem. Por-
tuguese Soc. Civil Eng'rs, mem. of 17 foreign and 18 U.
S. eng'ring scientific socs., also Royal Soc. of Arts,
mem. Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Sigma XL <G.A.R., Mil.
Order Loyal Legion, S. A. R., N. E. Soc" in N. Y., Soc.
Army of Potomac, etc. Delivered addresses before A.
A. A. S., Lowell Inst., Boston; Acad, of Science, N. Y.;
Franklin Inst.. Commercial Conv.. Pensacola, Fla. :
exp'n at New Orleans, and Acad, of Music, Galveston.
Texas. Author: History of the Mississippi Jetties,
1880: Report of Brussels Navigation Congress, 1898;
Maritime Commerce, Past, Present and Future. 1898:
Some ports of the World (Paris Navigation Congress),
1901; paper on Size of Vessels and Ports (Milan Con-
gress of Navigation), 1905; Report to International
Navigation Congress, Phila., 1912, Maritime Canals;
also articles in Johnson Cyclopedia, and many techni-
cal papers; the bibliograph of same number F 1. Ad-
dress: 149 Broadway. N. Y. City.


Journalist; b. N. Y.; m. Ellen Mackay Hutchinson.
Literary editor and art critic N. Y. Tribune. Has con-
tributed many essays on literary and artistic subjects
to leading magazines, and is a frequent lecturer on
art. Author: Augustus Saint-Gaudens, 1907 (Hough-
ton, Mifflin); John Da Farge: A Memoir and a Study,
1911 (Houghton, Mifflin); Art and Common Sense 1913



(Scribner). Editor: Don Quixote; The Autobiography
of Benvenuto Cellini. Clubs: Players, Groller. Ad-
dress: 31 W. 10th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, mayor of Newburgh; b. Mlddletown N. Y.,
Feb. 3, 1876: s. Samuel W. and Rachel J. Cor win; ed.
Newburgh Acad.; m. Middle Hope, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1898,
Emma G. Cook; one d. Madeleine. Mayor Newburgh, N.
Y., 1912-1913; re-elected for year of 1914-1915. Repub-
lican. Mem. Am. Bar. Ass'n, N. Y. Bar Ass'n, Bar Ass'n
Orange Co., N. Y.; Am. Soc. Polit. & Social Science,
Hist. Soc. of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands; chm'n
Public Welfare Com. of Mayors' Conf. State of N. Y.;
v.-p. Hudson River Yacht Racing Ass'n; Elk. Trustee
N. Y. Commercial Tercentenary Comm'n. Clubs; New-
burgh Yacht (eommo.), Newburgh City. Address:
Newburgh, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. San Francisco, Calif., May 22, 1872; s.
Admiral Frank Carvill and Charlotte M (Spencer)
Cosby; grad. Harvard Univ., A.B., 1894; Columbia
Univ. Law Sch., 1895; m. Prairie du Chien, Wis., Oct.
1, 1904, Virginia Rolette Dousman; two daughters: Vio-
let Sturgis, b. 1905; Charlotte Spencer, b. 1908. Deputy
att'y gen. N. Y., 1900; ass't corp'n counsel N. Y. Citv,
1902-1903. Mem. Troop K, 1st U. S. Vol. Cav. (Rough
Riders); wounded at San Juan Hill, Santiago, Cuba.
July 1, 1898; promoted to 'capt. and ass't adj. -gen. U.
S. Vols., Aug., 1898; resigned March, 1899; ass't corp'n
counsel N. Y. City, 1902-1903; sec. Roosevelt Recep-
tion Com., June 18, 1910; appt'd by Mayor Gaynor. Re-
publican. Clubs: City, Harvard. Mem. Ass'n Bar City
of N. Y. and Mil. Order Santiago de Cuba. Address:
32 Nassau St., N. Y. City.

Editor; b. Melbourne, Australia, July 11, 1866; s.
John and Mary (Kirby) Cosgrave; ed. Auckland, New
Zealand; removed to San Francisco, 1886; m. Green-
wich, Conn., 1913, Jessica Garretson Finch of N. Y.
Writer on San Francisco Call, 1886-1889; editor and
publisher The Wave, 1889-1900; m'g editor Every-
body's Magazine under The Doubleday, Page & Co. re-
gime, 1901-1903; then editor of same until July, 1911;
m'g editor Collier's Weekly, 1911; now editor Sunday
World Magazine. Clubs: The Players, Atlantic Yacht
(N. Y. City), St. Botolph's (Boston). Residence: 12S W.
59th St. Address: N. Y. World, N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Keeseville, Essex Co., N. Y., June 18,
1869; s. Richard and Margaret (Lynch) Cotter; ed.
Plattsburg High Sch., class of 1S88; Plattsburg State
Normal Sch., grad., 1S91; Albany Law Sch., LL.B., 1893;
unmarried. Admitted to 'bar, Jan. 4, 1894; associated
with law Arm of Weeds. Smith & Conway, Plattsburg;
with Elmer F. Botsford, firm of Botsford & Cotter,
1898; entered firm of Weeds, Conway & Cotter, 1900.
Bee. and dir. Ausable Chasm Co.; trustee Sanitarium
Gabriels, Franklin Co., N. Y. Democrat; Catholic.
Mem. Knights of Col.; dir. Clinton Co. Agr'l So>c.
Recreations: Tennis, horseback riding. Clubs: Mc-
Donough (Plattsburg), Champlain, Cliff Haven (Cham-
plain, N. Y.). Address: 4 Oak St., Plattsburg, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Vails Gate, Orange Co.. N. Y., Dec. 11,
1852; s. Samuel W. and Susan J. (Miller) Couch; ed.
public schools, Cold Spring-on-Hudson and private
schools; Albany Law Sch. (Union Univ.), LL.B., 1875;
m. 1st, Dec. 19, 1S75, Leonora, d. John B. and Lavima
(Seamen) Duval, died 1884; 2d, June 14, 1905, Mrs.
Mary (Imlay) Boyd, d. William B. and Rachel (War-
dell) Imlay; children: Clifford. Calvin F., Clara L.,
Franklin, Jr., Lillian, Walter, Leonora D. (by first
wife). Clerk village of Peekskill; corp'n counsel,
Peekskill; supervisor Cortlandtown; justice of the
peace anddeputy clerk of Westchester County. Dem-
ocrat. Address, Peekskill, N. Y.


Miniature painter; m. N. Y. City, July 3 , 1900, Charles
Dupolnt Coudert. Began as artist in N. Y. City; later
went to England and painted the Prince of Wales (late
King Edward) and many mems. of English nobility;
on sp'l mission to Russia, 1899, to paint Czar, Czarina
and other mems. of Imperial family and later to S
Africa to paint Cecil Rhodes. Address: 53 W. 4Sth
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City; son late Frederic Rene and
Elizabeth (McCredy) Coudert; grad. Columbia, 1890;
m. Alice T Wilmerding. Mem. law firm Coudert Bros.
Co.; Trustee Equitable Trust Co.; dir. Pacific Fire Ins.
Co., Lincoln Safe Deposit Co., Nat. Surety Co., Chapul-
tepec Land Improvement Co.; sp'l counsel for U. S. in

anthracite coal cases. Mem. Am. Bar Ass'n, Ass n Bar
City of N. Y., etc. Clubs: Manhattan, University,
Lawyers, Fencers. Century. Residence: 124 E. 56th
St. Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y.


Sculptor; b. Norfolk, Va Sept. 20, 1853; s. John D.
and Euphania M. (Cowling) Couper; began art studies
at Cooper Inst., N. Y. City, and later studied in Royal
Acad, at Munich, and in studio of Thomas Ball at
Florence, Italy; m. Florence, Italy. 1878, Eliza Chick-
erlng, d. Thomas Ball. Lived in Italy, 1875-1897; pro-
fessionally engaged as sculptor in N. Y. City. Mem.
Nat. Sculpture Soc, Architectural League. Residence:
Montclair, N. J. Address, 207 E. 17th St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman, late bishop of Nova Scotia; b. Plymouth,
England, Jan. 5, 1837; s. Septimus (vicar Charles'
Church, Plymouth, Eng.) and Elizabeth (Wilshin)
Courtney; ed. Christ's Hosp. (The Blue Coat Sch.);
King's Coll., London. A.K.C.; hon. S.T.D., Racine Coll.,
Wis.; D.D., King's Coll., Windsor, N.S.; D.C.L., Trinity
Coll., Toronto; LL.D., Bishop's Coll., Lennoxville, Que-
bec; m. Wetheral, Cumberland, Eng., July 11, 1865,
Caroline Louisa Nairn; children: Philip Frederick, b.
Sept. 24, 1866; William Reginald, b. Nov. 28, 1868;
Charles Lionel and Mabel Caroline, b. Aug. 7, 1870;
Walter Allan and Charles Henry, b. Jan. 7, 1873; Fred-
erick Harold and Basil Septimus, b. Oct. 31, 1875.
Curate Hadlow, Kent, England. 1864-1865; Incumbent
Charles' Chapel, Plymouth, 1865-1870; St. Jude's Ch.,
Glasgow, Scotland, 1870-1876; ass't St. Thomas's, N. Y.
City, 1876-1880; rector St. James's, Chicago, 1880-1882;
St. Paul's, Boston, 1882-1888; bishop Nova Scotia,
1888-1904; rector St. James's Church, N. Y. City, since
1904. Address: St. James's Church, 71st St. and Mad-
ison Av, N. Y. City.


Artist; b. Saginaw, Mich., Sept. 3, 1866; s. M. S. and
M. J. (Price) Couse; pupil of Nat. Acad. Design, N. Y.
City, and of Academie Julien and Ecole des Beaux
Arts, Paris; m. Paris, 1889. Virginia J. Walker; one
son, Kibbey W., b. 1894. Traveled and studied in Eng-
land, France and Holland, and all over the western
states of America, painting American Indians; spent
some time among Klickitats of Washington, Hopis of
Arizona, and finally settled at Taos, N. Mex., among
the Indians of that pueblo. Received Shaw Prize,
Salmagundi Club, 1899; 2d Hallgarten Prize, Nat. Acad.,
1900; Proctor Prize, Salmagundi Club, 1900; hon. men-
tion Paris Exp'n, 1900; hon. mention Pan-Am. Exp'n,
1901; 1st Hallgarten Prize. Nat. Acad., 1902; 2 bronze
medals St. Louis Exp'n, 1904. Pictures in permanent
collections of Detroit Museum, Nat. Gallery, Washing-
ton; Montclair Art Gallery, Dallas (Tex.) Museum, St.
Paul (Minn.) Museum, Brooklyn Inst. Arts and
Sciences, Omaha Nat. Gallery. Smith Coll., Northamp-
ton Bank, Brooklyn, 1892-1896. Mem. Administrative
Grace Church, Harrisburg, Pa. Lotos Club Purchase
Prize, 1910; Isidor Gold medal, Nat. Acad. Design, 1911;
Carnegie 1 Prize, Nat. Acad. Design, 1912; Nat. Aca-
demician, 1911. Asso. mem. Nat. Acad. Design, 1902;
mem. Am. Water Color Soc, 1900; N. Y. Water Color
Club, 1901; Artists' Fund Soc. Clubs: Lotos (life),
Salmagundi. Address: Sherwood Studios. 58 W. 57th
St., N. Y. City.


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