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ing, golf. Clubs: University, Century. Riding, Down
Town, Piping Rock. Residence: (city) 147 E. 36th
St., and Locust Valley, L. I. Address: 24 Broad St.,
N. Y. C'ty.


Educator; b. Holiiston, Mass., Jan. 26, 1849; s. Elihu
Jr., and Rebekah (Temple) Cutler; grad. Harvard
Coll., A.B., 1870; Princeton Univ., Ph.D., 1885; m. 1890,
Elizabeth Jones Wilson. Organized Cutler Sch. 1876,
of which Hon. Theodore Roosevelt was first graduate.
Sec. Nat. Conf. on Mathematics, which met at Har-
vard, 1893, and Columbia, 1S96; pres. Schoolmasters'
Ass'n of N. Y. City, 1897. Clubs: Century, Univer-
sity, Harvard. Address: 20 E. 50th St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Morristown, N. J., 1859; s. Augustus W.
and Julia R. (Walker) Cutler; grad. Rutgers Coll.,
B.S., 1879, M.S., 1882; Coll. Phys. and Surg. (Colum-
bia), M.D., 1882 (first honor-Harsen prize); m. N. Y.
City, 1884, Cora Carpenter; one son: Condict Walker,
Jr., 'b. 1888. Formerly prof, dermatology, Univ. of
Vt.; attending physician N. Y. City Hosp. Indepen-
dent Democrat. Mem. Dutch Reformed Ch. Fellow
N. Y. Acad. Medicine; mem. N. Y. Co. Med. Soc, N. Y.
Dermatol. Soc. (ex-pres.), Zeta Psi; trustee N. Y. Dis-
pensary; mem. Med. B'd Free Industrial Sch. for
Crippled Children, N. Y. City. Author: Differential
Medical Diagnosis; Diseases of the Skin; Lectures on
Dermatology; Treatment of Typhoid Fever, etc. Mem.
N. Y. Soc. Order Founders and Patriots of America.
Club: N. Y. Athletic. Address: 135 W. 76th St.. N. Y.


Manufacturer; b. Albany, N. Y. V.-p. Cutler Mail
Chute Co.; also connected with Cutler Realty Co. and
Cutler Mf'g Co. Residence: 96 Merriman St., Roch-
ester, N. Y. Address: Cutler Bld'g, Rochester, N. Y.


Physician; b. Woburn, Mass., Sept. 1, 1S32; s. Ben-
jamin and Mary (Wh'ttemore) Cutter; grad. Yale,
B.A., 1852. A.M., 1855; Harvard Med. Sch., M.D., 1856;
Univ. of Pa., M.D., 1857; LL.D.. Iowa Coll., 1887; m.
1st, Rebecca Smith Sullivan (died 1899); children:
Ephraim J., organist, conductor, etc. (Boston) ; John
Ashburton (M.D.) ; m. 2d, 1901, Mrs. Anna L. David-
son. Practised at Woburn, Mass., 1857-1875; at Cam-
bridge and Boston, 1875-1881; since 1881. in N. Y.
City. Inventor improved laryngol. and gynecological
methods and of instruments in relation to them, as
well as in microscopy and mlcrophotography; au-
thor of books and monographs, over 500 titles; en-
gaged in consulting med. work as well as original
studies, specialty in foods. Corr. and hon. mem. of
Am. and foreign socs. Address: West Falmouth,
Mass.. or 266 W. 77th St., N. Y. City.


Physician; 'b. Woburn, Mass.. June 27, 1S63; s. Dt.
Ephraim and Rebecca S. (Sullivan) Cutter; ed. Cam-
bridge High Sch., Ma=s.; Mass. Agr'l Coll., Boston
Univ., B.S., 18S2; studied medicine with father and
other noted physicians; Albany Med. Coll., M.D., 1S86;
m. Worcester, Mass., Mav 28, 1891, Ellen B. Wright

(died 1896). Continuously engaged in practice of
medicine since 1886. Joint author with father: Fatty
Ills and Their Masquerades, 1898; Food Its Relation
to Health and Disease, 1907; contb'd numerous papers
to med. journals. Mem. Med. Soc. Borough of Bronx,
Gynecol. Soc. of Boston, Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity,
Mass. Agr'l Coll. Club (founder): Washington Con-
tinental Guard (commandant), Union Soc. of the Civil
War. Address: 266 W. 77th St., N. Y. City.

Merchant: b. Southbridge, Mass., Sept. 12, 1842; s.
Sewall S. (D.D.) and Elisabeth Eddy (Brown) Cut-
ting; m. Rochester, N. Y., May 5, 1864, Mary Augusta
Dutton (died 1909); children: Mrs. Grace Dutton Cut-
ting Riggs, b. 1866; Elisabeth Brown Cutting, b. 1871.
Democrat; Baptist. Mem. B'd Mg'rs Am. Bible Soc.
Clubs: Merchants', Twentieth Century. Hamilton,
Ardsley. Address: 37 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Editor; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 1, 1871; d. Churchill
Hunter and late Mary (Dutton) Cutting; ed. Brooklyn
Heights Sem., Vassar Coll., A.B., Columbia, A.M. Asso.
editor The North Am. Review; dir. N. Y. Branch Ass'n
of Collegiate Alumna;. Author: Old Taverns and
Posting Inns (Half Moon Series). Clubs: Women's
University, Twentieth Century (mem. B'd of Mg'rs),
Cosmopolitan. Address: 37 Madison Av., N. Y. City.

Retired: b. N. Y. City, June 27, 1852; s. Fulton and
Justine (Bayard) Cutting; ed. McMullen's Sch., N. Y.
City; grad. Columbia Univ., A.B., 1871, A.M., 1875,
LL.D., 1904; m. 1st, 1874, Natalie C. P. Schenck (died
1875); 2d, Jan., 1883, Helen Suydam; children: Robert
Bayard, Helen, Elizabeth McEvers, Fulton, Charles
Suydam, Ruth Hunter. Pres. N. Y. Trade Sch. and of
Ass'n for Improving the Condition of the Poor; chm'n
B'd of Directors City and Suburban Homes Co.; pres.
Tropical Land Co.; dir. Am. Exchange Nat. Bank.
Pres. Bureau Municipal Research. Trustee Cooper
Inst. Episcopalian. Mem. Delta Phi, Columbia Univ.
Alumni Ass'n, Am. Museum Natural History, Am. Eco-
nomic Ass'n. Took an active part in politics, as
head of Citizens' Union, in campaigns from 1897-1905.
Clubs: Century, City, Delta Phi, Church, Tuxedo.
Residences: Tuxedo Park, N. Y., and 24 E. 67th St.
Address: 32 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Architect and builder; b. Newport, N. H., Nov. 3,
1869; s. Shepherd H. and Helen F. (Baker) Cutting;
is of pure English descent, tracing back in direct line
to emigrants leaving England from 1634, 1670, on
father's and mother's sides respectively; had two g.-
grandfathers in Continental Army; ed. in high sch.,
Newport, N. H., and Coleman Nat. Business Coll..
Newark, N. J., degree of Master of Accounts from lat-
ter; m. Lawrence, Mass., Oct. 1, 1895, Hattie M.
Wright, of Portland, Me.; children: Helen F., b. Aug.
13, 1899; Ruth E., b. Aug. 5. 1901; Isabel W., b. Oct.
24, 1908. Well known in bld'g business In towns of
Eastern Vt. and Western New Hampshire, especially
Claremont, N. H., where he has owned and managed
much business and tenement property. Formerly of
Chandler & Cutting, builders, Claremont, N. H.; now
sec. and treas. Hunton-Cutting Co., real estate oper-
ators, Brooklyn, and pres. of Ascutney Realty Co.,
builders, also of Cutting & Osgood, Brooklyn. Re-
publican; Baptist. Mason and Knight of Pythias.
Address: 1721 Av. J, Brooklyn, N. Y.


Physician, surgeon; b. Marash, Cilicia, Turkey, July
15, 1863; s. Hagop and Turvand (Abbian) Cutujian;
grad. N. Y. Univ., A.B. (Phi Beta Kappa), 1888; A.M.,
1891; L. I. Coll. Hosp., M.D., 1893; m. Kenton. Del.,
June 25, 1896, Margaret Reynold Graham; children:
Frances Catherine, b. 1898; T. Norris, b. 1901. House
surgeon New Haven Hosp., 1893; visiting physician,
Demilt Dispensary; med. examiner John Hancock Life
Ins. Co. Presbv'n. Address: 71 Lexington Av., N. Y.


Pharmacist; b. S. Weymouth, Mass., May 8, 1S59;
ed. common schs. ; served apprenticeship in drug busi-
ness in Rockland, Mass.; grad. Mass. Coll. Pharmacy,
1883. Removed to N. Y. City, 18S5: subsequently mg'r
pharmacy at 34th St. and Broadway; founded firm of
Daggett & Ramsdell, 1890; incorporated. 1S9S. Mem.
Am. Pharmaceutical Ass'n, Manhattan Pharm. Ass'n
and N. Y. Coll Pharmacy; mem. N. E. Soc. Nat. Whole-
sale Druggists' Ass'n. Am. Proprietary Ass'n. Resi-
dence: Richmond Hill, N. Y. Address: 314 W. 14th
St., N. Y. City.




Grain and wool dealer; u. Brockport, N. Y. Jan. -,
1870; s. William and Jessee (McGarry) Dailey; ed.
Brockport Normal Sell., Rochester Business Inst.; m.
Rochester, Aug. 30, 1898. Francos I, Murray; children.
William Murray, b. 1902; John F., Jr., b. 1904; Allan
Augustine, b. 1906; John Phillip, b. li>12. In commer-
cial business, 181)2, with William Dailey, as mg'r;
partner in 1S97; purchased whole business, 1905; moved
it to Rochester, conducting it as sole owner; most
extensive dealer in State, in N. Y. State wheat and
barley. Mem. Dem. State Exec. Com., 1910-1012; chm'n
Monroe Co. Dem. Com., 1910-1912. Democrat; Roman
Catholic. Residence: 370 Westminster Rd. Address:
126 Brown St., Rochester, N. Y.


Artist; b. Harper's Perry, W. Va., March 26, 1859;
s. John E. and Matilda (Brua) Daingerfield; ed. pub-
lie schs. and by private tutors; studied art by private
teacher, N. Y., and Art students' League. Exnibited
at Nat. Acad. Design, 1S80; studied abroad, 1897;
painted Lady Chapel of Ch. of St. Mary the Virgin,
N. Y., 1902. Head Permanent Art Sch., Blowing Rock,
N. C. Prof, painting and composition, Phila. Sch. of
Design; received silver medal Pan-Am. Exp'n, 1901;
Clarke prize, Nat. Acad., 1902. Has painted: Madonna
and Child (property of Haley Fiske); Child of Mary
(silver medal), in Nat. Gallery, Washington, D. C.J
Story of the Madonna (prize. 1902); Slumbering Fog
(Met. Mus. of Art); and others. Mem. Fine Arts Fed-
eration. Clubs: N. Y. Water Color, Lotos, Church.
Address: 222 W. 59th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. St. Louis, Mo., July 27, 1875; s. Albert
M. and Hanna (Stern) Dalberg; ed. Columbia Univ.
and N. Y. Law Sch., AjB., tLL:B.; m. 1912, Lucille E.
Byrne; children: Helen Lynn, b. 1901; Marian Hallo-
well, b. 1905. Admitted to N. Y. bar, 1897, and since
then engaged in practice; counsel in many important
cases; one of atty's for Albert T. Patrick in famous
murder case. Van Denburgh extradition proceedings;
negotiated sale of $6,000,000 of Brooklyn water front
to City of N. Y. Dir. Seminole Mining Co., Physical
and Surgical Hosp. Democrat; pres. Young Men's
Dem. Club of 29th Assembly Dist, 1897-189S; candi-
date on Dem. ticket for alderman from 21st Dist., 1901;
ass't tax comm'r, City of N. Y., 1906-1907; mem. B'd
of Inspectors of Mutual Life Ins. Co., 1906-1907; in
charge of Bureau of Club Organizations of Dem. Nat.
Com., 1908.; sec. Speakers' Bureau, Dem. Nat. Com.,
1912. Mem. Columbia Coll. Alumni Ass'n, Dwight
Alumni Ass'n, N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n, Missouri
Soc. Zeta Psi fraternitv. Empire City Dodge of Masons.
Clubs: Nat. Democratic, Pleiades. Address: 27 Will-
iam St., N. Y. City.


Dramatic critic; b. Birmingham, Eng., May 14, 1861;
ed. King Edward's Sch., Birmingham; m. 18S6, Carrie
Livingston Frost. Came to U. S. 1886, has ever since
been engaged in journalism in iN. Y. City; dramatic
critic for N. Y. Evening World, 1S87-1895; since then
dramatic critic N. Y. Journal. Author: Jonathan's
Home; A Marriage Below Zero: My Footlight Hus-
band: An Eerie He and She; Familiar Chats with
Queens of the Stage; A Moral Busybody; Miss Inno-
cence; Conscience on Ice; A Girl Who Wrote; His
Own Image; Wanted, A Cook. Residence: 110 St.
Nicholas Av. Address: N. Y. Journal, N. Y. City.


Lawyer, mem. Congress; b. N. Y. City, Dec. 3. 1868;
ed. public sens., Brooklyn; attended N. Y. Daw Sch.
In active practice of law since ad^nission to bar, May
14, 1891; mem. of Assembly State of N. Y., five terms";
att'y for Comptroller of State of N. Y. in transfer tax
proceedings, affecting Kings County, 1911-1912; elected
to 63d Congress, from 4th N. Y. Dist., 1912. Democrat.
Address: 699 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y.


Physician, surgeon; b. Richfield Springs. N. Y., D'ec.
12, 1867: s. Robert G. and Frances N. (Ingalls.) Dal-
phin; grad. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll., N. Y. City, M.D.,
1891; m. Trout River, N. Y., July 11. 1S99, Clara J.
Brady: children: Robert, b. March 30, 1901; Charles, b.
May 3, 1906. Practised medicine at Trout River N. Y.,
Nov. 2, 1891, to Jan. 1; 1894; since then at Malone,
N. Y. Comm'd 1st lieut. 203d N. Y. Vol. Inf., July 6,
1898, and 1st lieut. and ass't surgeon same reg't Jan.
12, 1899; mustered out with regiment March 25, 1899.
Presby'n. Mem. Franklin Co. Med. Soc, N. Y. State
Med. Soc. Am. Med. Ass'n. Dir. Malone Hosp. Ass'n.
U. S. Pension Examining surgeon at Malone, N. Y.
Address: 232 E. Main St.. Malone, N. Y.


Physical dir.; b. London, Eng., May 30, 1S79; s. David
and Martha (Coronna) Dalton; ed. St. Marks Coll.,
London; m. N. Y. City, 190S, Chrystal Knauer; one son,
Frank Eugene, Jr., b. 1913. Pres. Dalton Gymnasium
and Swimming Sch., Inc.; dir. Berkeley Lyceum Gym-
nasium. Inc. . Mem. Professional Swimming Ass'n.
Recreations: Handball, tennis, automobillng, canoeing,
boxing. Author: Swimming Scientifically Taught.
Residence: Bayside, L. I., N. Y. Address: 19-23 W.
44th St., N. Y. City.


Mechanical eng'r; b. Albany, N. Y.. 1869; s. Philip
W. and Harriet Ann (Ertzberger) Dalton; ed. Albany
public schs., Cornell Univ.. M.E., 1S90; m. Albany, 1895,
Ida M. Hill; children: Wilfred, b. 1890; John, b. 1898:
Elbert, b. 1900; Philip, b. 1903, Richard, b. 1905. Chief
eng'r Am. Locomotive Co. Republican; Methodist.
Mem. Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs, trustee Schenectady Sav-
ings Bank. Clubs: Mohawk, Mohawk Golf (Schenec-
tady), Engineers (N. Y. City). Residence: R. D. No. 2,
Schenectady, N. Y.


Clergyman; b. Albany, N. Y., 1S42; s. William and
Lucy Deiphene Dalton; grad. Union Univ., Albany,
N. Y. DL.B., 1860: m. South Norwalk. Conn., 1S72,
Elizabeth M. Hopkins (died Feb. 22, 1909); three chil-
dren. Engaged in law praVtice until 18S9, when be-
came missionary at Green-wood Lake, N. Y.; ordered
deacon, 1S90, ordained priest, 1892, by Bishop Potter,
in ministry of Episcopal Ch. Continued as missionary
at Greenwood Lake until 1892: minister in charge. St.
Luke's Ch., Haverstraw, N. Y., and missionary in
charge Ch. of Our Saviour. N. Y. City, 1893-1896
itinerant missionary. Archdeaconry of Orange, 1896 r
1897; immigrant port chaplain, N. T. City, 1897-190?;
engaged in Diocese of Albany, 1911-1913. Address:
51 Elberon Place. Albany. N. Y.


Actor; b. Brooklyn. Oct. 4, 1875; s. Joseph J. and
Mary Daly, who were born in Ireland; m. July 1, 1900.
Marv Blythe, niece of Gen. LaGrange, of Los Angeles,
Calif.; one d.: Blythe, b. 1902. Made first appearance
on stage in company headed by Fanny Rice; made
first marked success in Character of "Chambers" in
Frank Mayo's production of Pudd'n Head Wilson
(dramatized from Mark Twain's book of that title),
and later appeared successfully in various parts; pro-
duced, Dec. 9, 1903, Shaw's Candida, which ran for
over 150 nights, and afterward appeared in various
other plays by Shaw, in all successfully. Club: The
Players. Address: 116 E. 58th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Plymouth. N. C Dec. 3, 1840; s. Denis
and Elizabeth T. Daly; came when 9 years old to N.
Y. Citv, where, was educated (DL.D., St. John's Coll.,
1883, Villanova. 1902); m. 1st, 1873, Emma Robinson
Barker (died 1886); children: Edward H., Wilfred A.,
Elizabeth T. ; m. 2d, 1890, Marv Louise Smith. Ad-
mitted to bar, 1862, judge, 1S70-1890, and chief justice.
1890-1S96, Court of Common Pleas, N. Y.; justice Su-
preme Court, 1896-1S98 since 1898 in private prac-
tice. Comm'r from U. S. to revise laws of Porto Rico,
1900; mem. B'd Mg'rs Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum,
Advisory B'd St. Vincent's Hosp.; mem. B'd Trinity
Coll., Washington. Mem. Am. Geog. Soc, Southern
Soc, N. C. Soc, Ass'n of the Bar, N. Y. Law Inst..
Nat. Conv. Charities, Dunlap Soc, N. Y. County
Lawyers' Ass'n (dir.). Clubs: Catholic (pres., 1893-
1899). Players (v.-p.), Reform. Residences: 42 W. 9th
St., and Roanoke, Yonkers, N. Y. Address: 52 Wall
St., N. T. City.


Born, London, Eng., Dec, 1868; s. William Alexander
and Susan (Trinick) Dalziel; grad. Brasenose Coll.,
Oxford, Eng., 1893; m. London. Eng., Sept., 1901, Emily
Key Hoffman; children: Diana, b. 1903; Alexandra, b.
1907. Clubs: The Brook, Travellers (Paris), New Ox-
ford, Cambridge (London). Residence: 15 E. 77th St.
Address: 38 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Danville, Va., Oct. 14, 1852; s. Rev.
George W. and Mary M. (Page) Dame; ed. Danville
(Va.) Acad.. Univ. of Va.. Theol. Sem., near Alexandria,
Va. ; m. at Theol. Sem., near Alexandra, Va., June, 1878,
Mary Nimmo Walker; children: Margaret Page, now
Mrs. William C. Worthington, b. 1879; Mary Cushing,
b. 1881; Delia Leigh, b. 1883; Laura Nelson, b. 1887.
Before entering ministry taught High Sch. Dep't OB
the public ?chs., Danville, Va., and as instr. in Prep.
Dep't of Theol. Sem. near Alexandria, Va. Held charges
at Blackslhurg. Va.. West River. Md., Winchester, va. ;



rector St. Paul's Ch., Ossining, N. T., 1904-1912, resign-
ing to become geri. missioner of Diocese of Va., with
office at Alexandria. Mem. N. Y. Churchman's Ass'n.
Pres. Federation of Churches and other religious or-
ganizations, Ossinlng, N. Y. Recreations: Golf, Ash-
ing, boating. Residence: 1509 28th St., N. W., Wash-
ington, D. C. Address: Alexandria, Va.


Fire ins. adjuster; b. Newport, Ky., July 2, 1877; s.
Edward P. and Ida M. (Carter) Dameron; ed. Newport
public schs. and Woodward High Sch., Cincinnati; m.
Brooklyn, June 23, 1906, Ada B. Malby. Engaged in
eng'ring practice and was ass't city eng'r of Newport.
Ky., 1895-1898; ins. surveyor for the Sanborn Map Co.,
1S98-1901; insp. Chicago Underwriters' Ass'n, 1901-
1902; sp'l ag't Niagara Fire Ins. Co., 1902-1903; sp'l
ag't and adjuster Continental Ins. Co., 1903-1907; sp'l
ag't at N. Y. City of Nat. Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford,
Conn., and Mechanics and Traders Ins. Co., of New
Orleans, La., 1907-1910; gen. adjuster of same since
Jan. 1, 1910. Republican. Mem. Christian (Disciples)
Ch., N. E. Ins. Exchange and the Underwriters' Ass'n
of State of N. Y. Mem. Montauk Lodge, F. and A. M.
Residence: Hotel St. George. Brooklyn, N. Y. Address:
I 123 William St., N Y. City.


Field Sec. (The Salvation Army, Inc.); b. Lowell,
\ Mass., July 28, 1874; s. Alexander M. and Laura E.
, (Stiles) Damon; ed. Green Sch., Lowell. Dwight Sch.,
Boston; m. Dec. 19, 1895, Annie May Barrow; children:
Evangeline Cora, Gladys Mina. Started with lowest
rank and position in The Salvation Army, 1890; has
l isen with great rapidity to rank of lleut.-col. Of the
armies, 21,168 officers and employees, only 140 have
attained this rank. Now Field Sec. or third in com-
mand of army operations in Eastern States (all east
of Illinois), in which territory there are 3,000 officers
and employees, and thousands of soldiers. Has traveled
during 20 years' army service over 260,000 miles in this
country and abroad. Visited Canada, England, Scot-'
land, Ireland, France, Belgium, Holland, Sweden, Nor J
way and Denmark. Trustee The Salvation Army
(Inc.); air. The Industrial Homes Co. Mem. important
ib'ds in business direction of The Salvation Army,
chm'n Candidates B'd, Intelligence B'd, Slum and Res-
cue Finance, dir. Paterson (N. J.) Rescue Mission. Ad-
dress: 122 W. 14th St., N. Y. City.


Musician; b. Breslau, Germany, June 22, 1860; s. Dr.
Leopold and Helene (von Heim'burg) Damrosch; edJ
Coll. City of N. Y. (honorary Mus. Doc, Yale, 1904)3
m. N. Y. City, Jan. 10, 1887, Hetty Mosenthal; children::
Frank, Jr., b. 1888; Helen Therese, b. 1893. Dlr. Inst.
of Musical Art, Oratorio Soc. of N. Y., Musical Art
Soc, Mendelssohn Glee Clu'b, People's Choral Union.
Symphony Concerts for Young People. Lieut. Col.
State Nat. Guard, 1885. Mem. Armstrong Ass'n, Nat.
Geog. Soc, Soc for Ethical Culture. Recreation: Yacht
sailing. Club: Century. Residence: 181 W. 75th St,
Address: 120 Claremont Av., N. Y. City.


Musician; b. Breslau, Germany, Jan. 30, 1862: s.
Leopold and Helene (von Heimburg) Damrosch: ed.
N. Y. City public schools; studied harmony and com-
position under father, Dr. Leopold Damrosch, and un-
der Rischibrieter and Draeseke in Dresden; in piano
under Von Inten. Boeckelman, Pinner, and Hans von
Bulow; m. Washington. D. C, May 17, 1890. Margarets
d. Hon. James G. Blaine; children: Alice, b. 1892j
Margaret, b. 1896; Leopoldine, b. 1899; Anita, b. 1904.
Succeeded father as conductor N. Y. Symphony Soc.
N. Y. Oratorio Soc, and German Opera at the Metro-
politan Opera House, 1885, founded a Wagner Opera
Co., 1894, which produced the Nlbelungen Trilogy in
U. S.; elected conductor of N. Y. Symphony Philhar-
monic Soc, 1902. and conductor N. Y. Symphony Or-
chestra, 1903. Republican. Composer: The Scarlet
Letter (opera in 3 acts); Manila, Te Deum; Cyrano
(opera in 4 acts); Danny Deever, etc. Recreations:
Tennis. Club: Century. Address: 146 E. 61st St., N.
Y. City.


Editor; b. New Haven, Conn., Aug. 29, 1862; s. late
James D. (prof, geology and mineralogy, Yale) and
Henrietta (Silliman) Dana; grad. Yale, 1883; m. Brook-
lyn, N. Y., Oct. 24. 1888, Grace Newton; children; Hen-
rietta Silliman, Katharine Trumbull, Albro Newtonj
Student, post-grad, dep't Yale Univ., 1883-1886; editor.
Investors' Supplement. Commercial and Financial
Chronicle, 1887-1893; with Redmond Kerr & Co., bank-
ers and brokers, N. Y. City, 1893-1894; since 1894, an,
editor on the staff of Commercial and Financial
Chronicle, in charge of Investment News Dep't and

Investors' Supplement (now R'y and Industrial
Section). V.-p., sec. and dlr. William B. Dana Co.,
publishers Commercial and Financial Chronicle. Clubs:
Hamilton (Brooklyn), Twentieth Century (Brooklyn).
Residence: 130 Hicks St., Brooklyn. Address: 13S
Front St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City; ed. Cutler Sch., grad. Colum-
bia Univ., A.B., 1902, Columbia Law Son., .U.A., 19U4.
Began practice of law, 1904, being first connected with
lirm of Edward M. Shepard, and Smith & Harkness,
and subsequently with firm of Strong & Cadwalaaer.
Appt'd ass't in dist. att'ys office, 1907, under Wm. T.
Jerome, and since actively engaged in prosecuting
cases in Supreme Court, and in Courts of Gen. and Sp'l
Sessions of N. Y. Now mem. law firm Dana, Gates &
Gallatin. Has taken active part in politics, and for
past 8 years election dist. capt. and mem. Rep. Co.
Com. Elected mem. Assembly, 1909. Mem. Ass'n Bar
City of N. Y., Squadron A, Cav., N.G.N. Y. Clubs: Uni-
versity, Republican. Columbia University. Residence:
383 Park Av. Address: 60 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Physician, lecturer; b. Woodstock, Vt., March 25,
1S52; s. Charles and Charity S. (Loomis) Dana; grad.
Dartmouth Coll., A.B., 1872, A.M.; Columbia Univ.,
.M.D., 1877; m. Lilian Farlee (now deceased). Prof,
diseases of nervous system, Med. Dep't Cornell Univ.,
and Dartmouth Med. Coll. Physician to Bellevue Hosp.
Pres. Am. Neurol. Ass'n. N. Y. Neurol. Soc; fellow
A.A.A.S. ; corr. mem. Socletg de Neurolgle, Parle.
Author: Text-book of Nervous Diseases and Psychiatry
(6 editions); also monographs in Hamilton Legal Med-
icine on Traumatic Neurosee, and contb'ns to journals,
and monographs on nervous and mental diseases.
Founder and pres. Charaka Club. Mem. Dartmouth
Ass'n, Sons of Revolution. Clubs: University, Cen-
tury, Racquet and Tennis, City, Ardsley, N. Y. Athletic.
Address: 53 W. 53d St., N. Y. City.


Prin. Fredonia State Normal Sch.; b. Lawyersville,
N. Y., March 14, 1850; s. Gilbert W. and Clara H.
i Nichols) Dana; grad. Geneseo Normal Sch., and Illi-
nois Wesleyan Univ., Ph.B., Ph.D.; m. Fredonia N. Y.,
Dec, 1882, Annie McKinstry; one d.. Clara D. Began
teaching as dist. sch. teacher; vice-prin., 1886-1906:
since 1906 prin. Fredonia (N. Y.) State Normal Sch.
Independent in politics. Address: Fredonia, N. Y.


Retired; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 20, 1852; e. Charles An-
derson and Eunice (Macdaniel) Dana; ed. private schs.,
N. Y. City, and Harvard, A.B., 1874; Columbia Law
Sch., LL.B., 1878; m. N. Y. City, Nov. 11, 1884, Mary D.
Butler Duncan; children: Janet Percy, Anderson,
W. B. D. Became editor of N. Y. Sun on death of
father and retired in 1903. Was for several years
park comm'r, N. Y. City. Address: Glencove, L. I.,
N. Y.


Civil and consulting eng'r; b. Lenox, Mass., June 13,
1876; s. Richard Starr and Florine (Turner) Dana:
grad. Yale (Sheffield Scientific Sch.), Ph.B. in Civil
Eng'ring, 1896; m. N. Y. City, April 22, 1902, Mary R.
Meredith; one d., Mary F., b. 1906. Ass't eng'r Erie
R. R. Co. until Oct., 1902, since then consulting eng'r
in general practice; chief eng'r Construction Service
Co. Served two years in Conn. Naval Militia, one year
in 130th Separate Co., Elmira, N. Y. Consulting eng'r
Dansville & Mt. Morris R. R. Co. Republican. Mem.
Am. Soc Civil Eng'rs, Am. Inst. Mining Engr's, Soc.
rolonial Wars. Clubs: University, Racquet and Tennis.

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