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sec. and treas. Soc. of the Upper Eighties of Columbia
Univ. Mg'r N. Y. Colored Mission; past regent Met.
Council No. 647 Royal Arcanum. Mem. Sons of Revo-
lution, Sons of Veterans and Met. Museum of Art.
Club: Columb'a University. Address: 32 Nassau St..
N. Y. City.


Pres. Nat. B'd Young Women's Christian Ass'n of
U. S.; b. N. Y. City; d. William Earl and Sarah (Hoad-
ley) Dodge. Has been engaged for past thirty years
in charitable and edn'l work; appt'd mem. B'd of
School Comm'rs of N. Y., 1886. Former pres. Working-
Girls' Soc; treas. Teachers' Coll.; has been officer of
various org'ns. Address: 262 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Civil Eng'r; b. Danvers, Mass., April 12, 1S31; s.
Sylvanus and Julia M. (Phillip) Dodge; grad. Norwich
Univ., 1S50, C.E., M.E., LL.D. Served as civil eng'r
before war; entered U. S. A. as col. 4th Iowa Inf.,
May. 1861; was brig.-gen. and maj.-gen., and com'd
regiment, brigade, 16th Army Corps, and dep't Army
of Missouri; took part in campaigns of Grant and
Sherman, and Curtis in "West; was chief eng'r of and
built Union Pacific, Texas Pacific, Missouri, Kansas &
Texas, Colorado & Southern, Fort Worth & Denver
City R'y, and many -others; has been pres. of several
railroads and dir. of many, and also of several finan-
cial inst'ns. Republican; mem. 39th Congress from
Iowa, 1867-1S69; was pres. of Comm'n for Investiga-
tion of War Dept. in Spanish War, by apptm't of
Pres. McKinley. Pres. Soc. Army of the Tennessee:
hon. mem. Soc. Army of the Potomac; comd'r Loyal
Legion of N. Y. and Loyal Legion of XJ. S. ; Odd Fellow.
Clubs: Union League, Army and Navy, Republican.
Address: Council Bluffs. Iowa.


Librarian; b. East Rodman, N. Y., Feb. 17, 1^6S; s.
William S. and Cynthia (Ballard) Dodge; grad. Adams
(N. Y.) Collegiate Inst.. Hamilton Coll., A.B., 1890,
A.M., 1894; m. Adams, N. Y., Julv 17, 1901. Dora M.
Allen; children: Alice Cynthia b. 1902; Allen Edward,
b. 1903; Kathar'ne. b. 1912. Librarian Hamilton Coll.,
1892-1901; asso. librarian, Leland Stanford Junior
Univ., Calif., 1901-1909; sec. B'd of Ed'n, San Fran-
cisco, Calif., 1909-1912. Legislative reference librarian,
State Library, Sacramento, since 1912. Compiler:
Fifty Years Ago. Half-century Annalists' Letters,
Hamilton Coll.. 1900. Editor-in-chief, Delta Upsilon
Decennial Catalog. 1903. Mem. Am. Library Ass'n,
Delta Upsilon. Address: Sacramento, Calif.


Banker; grad. Yale, 1899; m. Elsie F. Barker. Mem.
firm Bertron, Griscom & Co., bankers. Dir. United
Gas & Electric Corp'n of Conn.. United Gas & Electric
Co. of N. J., Lancaster County R'y & Light Co. Clubs:
University, Union, Racquet and Tennis, Downtown
Ass'n. Rockaway Hunt, Yale. Residence: Mt. Kisco,
N. Y. Address: 40 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Engineer; b. Washington, D. C, Sept. 27, 1877: s.
Philip T. and Margaret (Ball) Dodge; ed. "Washington
High Sch. Cornell Univ., B.S.. 1900: m. Philadelphia.
Nov. 1, 1904, Marv Thornton. Eng'r Electric Storage
Battery Co.. Philadelphia. 1900-1905, with Mergen-
thaler Linotype Co.. N. Y. Citv, as ass't to the pres..
March to Nov.. 1905; 2d v.-p. and dir. since Nov.. 1905;

dir. Internat. Typographical Co. Mem. Sigma Chi Soc,
Sigma I 'hi Sue. Recreations: General outdoor sports.
Club: Engineers. Address: Tribune Bld'g, N. Y. City.

Lawyer; grad. Ccrlumbia-n Univ.; pres. and dir. Mer-
genthaler Linotype Co.; Provident Internat Paper Co.
Club: x. Y. Yacht, New Y'ork; Engineers, Lawyers
Union League, Groller, Metropolitan, St. Andrews Golf Y:ieht, Automobile of America (N. Y City),
Metropolitan (Washington, D. C), Address: Tribune
Bld'g. X. Y. city.


Educator; b. Wenham, Mass., March 30, 1868; s
Robert Francis and Sarah Elizabeth (Wood) Dodge
grad. Salem (Mass.) High Sch., 1886; Harvard AB,
1890, A.M., 1894; m. Aug. 19, 1890, Stella Pomeroy
Dalton; children: Stanley Dalton. Margaret, Philip El-
wood. Ass't in geology, 1891-1894, instr. 1894-1896,
Harvard; since 1S95 at Teachers Coll., Columbia Univ ,
as instr. geology and geography, 1895-1896; asso. prof,
natural science, 1896-1897; prof, geography since 1807.
Ass't U. S. Geol. Survey in New England and Southern
Appalachians, summers of 1890-1895. Fellow N Y
Acad, of Sciences; Geol. Soc. of Am., Am. Geol. Soc,'
A.A.A.S., Ass'n Am. Geographers, etc. Author: Reader
in Physical Geography for Beginners, 1900; Dodge's
Sch. Geographies, 1903, and numerous papers in edn'l
periodicals on teaching of geography. Co-author:
Dodge and Kirchweys Teaching of Geography in
Elementary Schools. Editor: Annals Ass'n Am. Geog-
raphers. Address: Teachers College, Columbia Univ..
N. Y. City.


Artist; b. Liberty, Va., March 9, 1867; s. William
Miner and Mary (de Leftwich) Dodge; studied in Paris
(entered No. 1 in exam, at Ecole des Beaux Arts)
student of Ger3me; also studie'd in Munich; received
two 3d prizes and one 1st prize Ecole des Beaux Arts;
gold medal for picture "Minnehaha," lExb'n of Am
Arts, N. Y. City, 1S87; received third medal Paris
Exb'n, 1889; made exempt in Paris Salon, 1900; ex-
hibited, Paris Salon, 18S9-190O; gave exb'n of work in
Am. art galleries, 1890; painted dome of Administra-
tion Bld'g, World's Columbian Exp'n, 1893; decorated
northeast corner pavilion, Library of Congress, 1S95
m. N. Y. City, March 31, 1897, Fanny Theodora Bland
Pryor; children: Roger Pryor, b. 1898; Sara Pryor, b.
1901. Resided in Paris, 1897-1900 (painted War, Eighth
Olympiad, Conquest of Mexico, and made illustrations
for Figaro Illustre and other magazines); made covers
for leading Am. magazines and made mural deco-
rations for Cafe Martin, N. Y. City; Keith's Theatre,
Philadelphia; Majestic Theatre, Boston; King Edward
Hotel, Toronto; Frohman's Empire Theatre; Astor
Hotel lobby, N. Y. City; private house, Middletown.
N. Y.; cafe, Algonquin Hotel. N. Y. City; four mural
paintings for atrium of Court House, Syracuse, N. Y. ;
all designs for mosaics in Hall of Records, N. Y. City;
ceiling for banquet hall. Auditorium Annex, Chicago;
Hotel Devon, N. Y. City; S. S. City of Cleveland
Detroit, 1906; IS. S. Citv of Detroit, 1911; Winter
Garden, N. Y. City, 1911; Acad, of Music, Brooklyn,
1908; Follies Bergere. 1911; S. S. Sieandbee, Detroit,
1913; Prof. I. M. Pupin's house. Norfolk, Conn., 1913,
and Vermont steamers, Wilmington, Del., 1913 Resi-
dence: Setauket, L. I. Address: 51 W. 10th St. N. Y.


Actor; b. London, England, Sept. 25, 185S; ed. for
the Bar. First appeared on stage at Prince's Theatre,
Manchester, Sept., 1876. with J. L. Toole; played in
British provinces and London until Sept., 18S9; came
to U. S. with Kendals, 18S9, Fifth Av. Theatre, N. Y.
City, as "Dr. Penguin" in The Scrap of Paper; re-
mained comedian of Kendal Co. until June, 1S94, and
as principal comedian and character actor at the Em-
pire Theatre, New York, until 1898, when appeared
as "John Weatherby" in Because She Loved Him So:
joined Mrs. Fiske at Manhattan Theatre, 1901; plaved
"Captain Marriner" in Miranda of the Balcony; went
to London and played "Simonides" in production of
Ben Hur at Drury Dane Theatre. London; produced
An American Invasion, playing "John Brainerd," at
Bijou Theatre. N. Y. City, Oct.. 1902; plaved "Simon-
ides" in revival of Ben Hur, N. Y. Theatre, Sept., 1903;
played "Pierre" in all-star cast of the Two Orphans;
touring country, season of 1904-1905; "Fagin" in new
version of Oliver Twist, by Comyns Carr, in N. Y. City.
March, 1905: created title rOle in Gen. Lew Wallace's
Prince of India. Chicago, Feb.. 1906; created "Sir John
Cottswold" in The House Next Door, at the Gaietv
Theatre, N. Y.. April 1909. Clubs: Lotos, Plavers,
Lambs. British Schools and Universities, N. Y. Whist,
Manhattan Friars. Green Room (London). Address:
Lotos Club', N. Y. City.




Architect; b. St. .Louis, Mo., Deo. 25, 1852; s. William
and Marie (Braasch) D'Oench; grad. Washington
Univ., St. Louis, M.E., 1872; Stuttgart, Wiirtemberg,
Germany; grad. Royal Poly.. Inst; m. Jan., 1901, Alice
Grace; one son, Russell Gilehrest, b. 1901. Engaged
in practice of architecture from 1875; senior mem.
firm of D'Oench & Yost. Supt. buildings. City of N. Y.,
1SS5-1SS9; mem. and chm'n B'd Examiners, City of
N. Y., 1900-1902. Dir. Germania Life Ins. Co., Eden
Musge Amusement Co. Fellow Am. Inst. Architects
and N. Y. Chapter same; Architectural League of X. Y.,
Beta Theta Pi. Clubs: Reform, Graduates, Automo-
bile of America. Residences: Sunset Hill, Manhasset,
L. I., and 35 E. 72d St.. N. Y. City.


Banker; common school education; left school at
age of 12; educated by self-study; followed various
branches of eng'ring and managerial work until 1905;
formed firm of Henry L. Doherty & Co. Has invented
gas apparatus, cement burning apparatus, fuel-using
processes, readiness-to-serve methods of charging, etc.
Winner Beall gold medal Am. Gas Light Ass'n, 1898.
Mem. firm Henry L. Doherty & Co., bankers; pres. Am.
Gas & Elec. Co., Denver (Colo.) Gas & Elec. Co., Lin-
coln (Neb.) Gas & Elec. Light Co., Lebanon (Pa.) Gas
& Fuel Co.. Knoxville (Tenn.) Gas Co., Pueblo (Colo.)
Gas & Fuel Co., Improved Equipment Co. (Colo.), Im-
proved Appliance Co. (Colo.). Massillon (O.) Elec. &
Gas Co., Gas Securities Co. (N. Y.). Dohertv Operating
Co. (N. Y.); v.-p. Quebec (Canada) Jacques Cartier
Elec. Co., Am. Light & Trac. Co. (N. Y.) ; first v.-p.
Montgomery (Ala.) Light & Water Power Co.; dir.
N. Y. & Queens Elec. Co., Union Gas & Elec. Co. (Cin-
cinnati), St. Paul Gas Light Co., Rotary Meter Co. (N.
Y.). Independent in politics. Mem. N. Y. Acad. Sci-
ences, Am. Acad. Poht. and Social Science, A.A.A.S.,
Am. Inst. Elec. Eng'rs, Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs, Am.
Gas Inst. (v.-p. 1906), Am. Gas Eng'rs, Soc. Illuminat-
ing Eng'rs, Engineers' Club. Columbus, O.; ex-pres.
Nat. Elec. Light Ass'n, 1902. Ohio Gas Light Ass'n, 1901
(now hon. mem.); Northwestern Elec. Ass'n, 1900;
mem. Council Am. Gas. Ass'n, 1905. Clubs: Lotos;
Lawyers, Democratic (N. Y. City), Denver (Denver),
Minnesota (St. Paul), Commercial (Lincoln, Neb.), Co-
lumbus (Columbus, Ohio). Address: 60 Wall St., N. Y.


Insurance broker; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1884; s. John
Henry and Katherine Theresa (Sweenev) Doherty; ed.
Poly. Preparatory Sch., Brooklyn Latin Sch. (two
prizes in English) ; unmarried. Mem. B'd of Aldermen,
City of N. Y., representing 51st Aldermanic Dist., hav-
ing been designated by 51st Dist. to succeed Alderman
A. L. Kline on his becoming Mayor of City of N. Y. on
death of Mayor Gaynor, Sept. 10, 1913. Republican.
Mem. Republican City and County Corns., Alpha Phi
fraternity, Alpha Phi Alumni Ass'n, Xavier Alumni
Soc, Brooklyn Latin Sch. Alumni Ass'n, Central Citi-
zens' League, (Prospect Heights Citizens' Ass'n, Em-
erald Soc. Brooklyn Ins. Brokers' Ass'n. Clubs:
Montauk, Republican. Address: 95 St. John's Place.
Brooklyn, N. T.


Stock broker; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 4, 1873: grad. Yale
Coll.. 1895; mem. firm of Dominick & Williams. Mem.
N. Y. Stock Exchange, Soc. Colonial Wars. Clubs:
Yale. Riding. Residence: 37 E. 57th St. Address: 49
Wall St.. N. Y. City.


Publisher; b. Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 23, 1867; s.
Thomas Abbott and Sarah (Maynard) Dominick: ed.
Cass Sch., Detroit, Mich.; m. Brighton, England, Feb.
25, 1905. Regina Frances Pandolfo. Engaged in pub-
lishing business from 1S82; treas. Frederick A
Stokes Co. Mem. Seventh Reg't, N. G. N. Y., J>une 30,
18S6, to Jan. 7, 1901. Republican; Episcopalian. Mem.
York Lodge. 197. F. and A. M. Clubs: The Plavers,
Aldine, Philipse Manor. Address: 443 Fourth Av., N. Y.


Am. consul; b. Ovid, N. Y., March 2S, 1862; s. John
Chester and Mary M. Donaldson; ed. Miami Vallev
Inst, Springboro, Ohio, 1872-1876; Gilbertsville Acad.,
Gilbertsville, N. Y., 1876-1880; Hamilton Coll., Clinton,
N. Y., A.B., 1S84. A.M.. 188S: m. N. Y. City, Dec. 23.
1886. Edith M. Maduro; children: Austin S., b. Sept.
22, 1888; Ana Lyn, b. Dec. 31, 1891. Teacher of math-
ematics, Riverview Mil. Acad., Poughkeepsie, N Y.,
1884-1885; instr. mathematics, Berkeley Sch. N. Y.,
1SS5-1S87; orincipa] West End Sch., N. Y. Citv, ]SS7-
1895: Nicaraguan Canal Comm'n. 1895. Mem. 22nd
Reg't, N. G. N. Y 1887-1905; Mil. Eng'r, Nicaraguan

Gov't, 1895-1897; U. S. Consul at Managua, 1898-1905,
and Port Limon, Costa Rica, since 1905. Mem. Am.
Soc Internat. Law, Delta Upsilon fraternity. Recrea-
tions: Baseball, tennis, horseback riding. Residence:
> '.nkers, N. Y. Address: Port Limon, Costa Rica.


Physician and surgeon; b. N. Y. City, July 24, 1852;
s. Michael and Anne (Reilly) Donlin; ed. public
schools, N. Y. City, Manhattan Coll., A.M., 1876; N. Y.
Univ. Med. Coll., M.D., 1876; m. N. Y. City, Nov. 20,
1889, Ann E. McGurley; children: Loretto and Anna C.
(twins), b. 1891; Rosalie, b. 1893; Kathleen, b. 1894;
Philip E., b. 1895. House physician and surgeon, St.
\ inoent's Hosp., 1876-1S77; Coroner's physician, N. Y.
City, 1892-1901; appt'd police surgeon, 1901. Mem. N.
Y. Pathol. Soc, N. Y. Acad. Medicine, N. Y. State Med.
Soc, N. Y. County Med. Soc, Physicians' Mutual Aid
t*oc. Received certificate of honor from N. Y. Life
Saving Corps. Knights of Columbus, Roval Arcanum.
Recreations: Boating, yachting. Democrat; Roman
Catholic Clubs: Nat. Dem., Monticello. Address: 118
W. 12th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 25, 1879; s. Terence and
Margaret (Kaughran) Donnelly; grad. N. Y. Univ.,
LL.B., 1S99; unmarried. Admitted to N. Y. bar, 1900;
has appeared in courts as counsel New Yorker Staats
Zeitung in various libel and other suits, and as coun-
sel for the Sisters of the Poor of St. Francis, a re-
ligious body of nuns conducting St. Francis Hosp.;
argued the case of Johnston vs. Hughes and Sisters
of the Poor of St. Francis in the Court of Appeals on
behalf of the Sisters of the Poor of St. Francis, where
it was held for the first time by the Court of Appeals
that bequests for masses for the souls of the departed
were valid. Connected with and in charge of Litigated
Department of Amend & Amend, 119 Nassau St. (broth-
ers of Justice Edward B. Amend of the Supreme
Court), who are attorneys for the New Yorker Staats
Zeitung and the Sisters of the Poor of St. Francis.
Independent Democrat. Roman Catholic. Recreations:
Hunting, fishing, golf and photographv. Address:
119 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. Dec. 13, 1863; s. Thomas Lester and Sarah
(Williams) Donnelly; ed. N. Y. public schs., City Coll.;
grad. Columbia Law Sch. (cum laude), LL.B., 1884.
Admitted to bar, 1885; mem. State Assembly, 1896-1897,
and 1898 (leader of minority); mem. State Senate,
1899-1900, 1901-1902; during 1899 introduced and se-
cured passage of Anti-Monopoly Law of State of N. Y.,
known as Donnelly Anti-Monopolv Law. Became Jus-
tice of City Court of City of N. Y., 1898, for term of 10
years; elected Justice Supreme Court of State of N. Y.,
1st Judicial Dist, for full term of 14 vears. Demo-
crat; Catholic. Mem. State Bar Ass'n, Bar Ass'n City
of N. Y., N. Y. German Liederkranz, Friendlv Sons of
St. Patrick. Clubs: Nat. Democratic, N. Y. Athletic,
Irish Athletic. Address 151 E. 92d St., N. Y. City.


Author, educator, artist, lecturer; b. Helsingfors,
Finland, March 4, 1864; s. Herman (U. S. Consul, Hel-
singfors, Finland. 22 years) and Isabel (Scott) Donner;
ed. Craufurd Coll., Maidenhead. Eng.; grad. Internat.
Inst. Concordia, Zurich, Switzerland, 1883; m. N. Y.
City, March, 1895, Adelaide Wilkens; one d., Vvvyan
Enid, b. Dec. 26, 1895. Travelled in Finland 1883-1884
and 1907, and other countries of Europe 1903, 1904,
1907, 190S and 1909 to gather material for lectures;
London corr. Nya Pressen, Helsingfors, Finland, 1884-
1886; taught in Switzerland, Italy and England, 1886-
1892; came to U. S. Aug., 1892; naturalized April,
1900; taught in Indiana, 1892-1893; in New York
City since 1893, and since 1899 in public high
sch. system; instr. modern languages in Wash-
ington Irving High Sch., 1903-1907; High Sch. of Com-
merce, 1907-1911; DeWitt Clinton High Sch. since 1911,
Lecturer for N. Y. B'd of Ed'n, 1898-1907. Holder
superior diploma Alliance Francaise, Paris, 1903. Win-
ner Funk & Wagnalls' edn'l prize essay on Personality
as a Factor in Teaching, 1905; contb'r of articles in
Outlook, 1902-1903, 1906 and 1907, on polit situation in
Finland and Russia. Contb'r letters from London and
Paris to N. Y. Tribune, 1903-1904; contb'r poem on
Titanic disaster to Lyric Year anthology of 1912; lec-
tured at Columbia Univ. on modern German poetrv,
1913. Organized Finlanders of N. Y. Citv, 1900. into
Finnish-Am. Municipal League in support of Seth Low
for Mayor and E. Swanstrom as Borough Pres. for
Brooklyn. Took to public lecture platform in N. Y..
Philadelphia and other Eastern cities. 1907-1908. Lec-
ture tour in Mich., inn. In April, 1910. took up pastel
painting and exhibited following Oct. in N. Y. Water
Color Club's Annual Exb'n. and subsequently at Phila-



delphia Water Color Exb'n. Author: English Lyrics
of a Finnish n drama .Montcalm, 1914. in-

dependent in politics. Address: 622 W. 114th St.,
N. Y. City.


Physician, surgeon; b. Syracuse, N. ST., Oct. 8, 1850;
s. Cornelius and Ellen Donohue; ed. Cazenovia Sem.,


Physician; b. New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 17, 1S59;
s. James and Jane (Reynolds) Donohue; ed. Rutgers
Coll. Grammar Sch., New Brunswick. N. J.; St. Francis
Xavier's Coll., N. Y. City; Univ. .Med. Coll., N. Y. City,
M.D., 1875 (first honor); m. 1st, 1883, Marv Buttler;
2nd, 1S97, Elizabeth Buttler; children: Marv Buttler, h.
1S86; Elizabeth Haviland, b. 1S9S; Frank M., b. 1900.
Surgeon to John Wells Memorial Hosp., St. Peter's
Hosp.; consulting surgeon to Somerset Hosp. Mem.
B'd of Mg'rs New Brunswick Savings Inst'n, B'd of
Dirs. New Brunswick Trust Co., B'd of Dirs. People's
Nat. Bank. Independent; Catholic. Mem. Middlesex
Co. Med. Soc, N. J. State Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n.
Mem. Sinking Fund Comm'n City of New Brunswick;
pres. B'd of Mg'rs State Home for Boys. Jamesbury, N.
J. Recreations are, farming, horseback riding, golf,
tennis. Clubs: New Brunswick Country, Somerville
Countrv. Address: 139 Albany St., New Brunswick,
N. J.


Merchant; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., April 9, 1871; s. Albert
Gallatin and Gertrude (Yardley) Dooley; on paternal
side, of Scotch-Irish descent; on mother's side, ances-
tors came to America with William Penn; ed. public
schs. of Brooklyn; m. Oct. 5, 1904, Eliza Bellows King,
of Hudson. Wis. Connected with Ogden & Wallace in
iron and steel business, 1886-1898; established in Porto
Rico, 1899, in connection with Charles W. Ogden and
Louis G. Smith, of N. Y., the business of Dooley, Smith
& Co., for .purpose of doing general importing and ex-
porting business between U. S. and Porto Rico, which
has grown to over $2,000,000 volume; business was re-
organized 1909, since which time has been pres. Mem.
San Juan Stock and Produce Exchange; pres. Am. Gro-
cery and Ship Supply Co., Inc., and Consolidated Ex-
press Co.. both of San Juan. Appt'd by Gov. of Porto
Rico, 1901, mem. Municipal Council of San Juan: first
Am. nominated for Mayor of San Juan; mem. Demo-
cratic Nat. Com. for Porto Rico, 1912; organized Span-
ish Bureau of Nat. Democratic Campaign Com. for
Pres., 1912. Served in Spanish-Am. War. in N. Y.
State Battalion; charter mem. Naval Reserve Art'y.
which later "became N. Y. Naval Militia, and served 9
years. Independent Democrat: vestryman P. E. Ch..
St. John the Baptist. Mem. Exec. Com. Chamber of
Commerce. Porto Rico; B'd of Dirs.. B'd of Trade:
mem. Porto Rico Ass'n, Elks, Spanish-Am. Veterans'
Ass'n, Veterans' Ass'n of N. Y. Naval Militia. Am.
Acad. Polit. and Social Science. Council and Brothers
of the Book, Nat. Geog. Soc. Clubs: Spanish Casino,
Union. Country (charter mem.; one of organizers), San
Juan Golf, City (San Juan), Crescent Athletic, Lotos.
Underwriters (N. Y.). Residences: San Juan, Porto
Rico, and 668 Tenth St.. Brooklyn. Address: San Juan,
P. R.; Havana, Cuba, and 135 Front St., N. Y. City.


Public official, mem. Congress; b. N. Y. City, 1857:
ed. in public sens.; entered early upon an active and
successful business career; represented the old Sev-
enteenth Assembly Dist. in B'd of Aldermen, 1891-
1892; upon the redistricting of city, 1892, was chosen
leader of Tammany Hall org'n in new Seventeenth,
now Thirteenth, Assembly Dist. Served as deputy
clerk of Special Sessions Court; pres. of Aqueduct
Comm'n and deputy comm'r of Building. Lighting and
Supplies; elected State Senator, Jan. 27. 1903. to fill
unexpired term of late Senator Patrick R. Trainer; In
session of 1903 was member of the Senate corns. Ins.
Public Ed'n. Public Health, and Roads and Bridges:
county clerk County of N T., 1904-1912: elected to
63d Congress from 16th N.' Y. dist. Mem. Tammanv
Soc, A. O. U. W T .. Improved Order of Red Men, Catholic
Benevolent Legion. Knights of Columbus. Club:
Democratic. Residence: 460 W. 43d St. Address: 315
W. 42d St., N. T. Citv


n. b. Preble, N. Y Dec. 25, IS.".'.'; s. Edward
Doolittle and Sarah Jane (Burdick) I'oollttle; ed. St.
Andrew's Divinity Sch., 1892-1893; m. St. Paul's, Paris,
. Oct. 10. 1SS3, Augusta Charlotte Hehkle. Or-
dered deacon, 1893, and ordained priest, 1S95, in min-
istry of Episcopal Ch. by Bishop Huntington. Mis-
sionary St. Timothy's. Brookfield, Christ Ch Bridge-
a iti r, and St. John's, Clayville, 1893-1896; in charge
St. .Matthew's Ch., Horsehead, and St. John's, Big
Plats, N. Y., 1S96-189S; rector Trinity Ch., Lowville,
N. Y., 1S9S-1906; missionary at St. Andrew's. Trenton,
and rector St. Paul's, Holland Patent, 1906-1907; since
Oct. 15, 1907, rector St. John's Ch., Marcellus, N. V.
Address: St. John's Church Rectory, Marcellus, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Utica, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1861; s. Charles H.
and Julia T. (Shearman) Doolittle; ed. Yale Univ.,
class of 1S84; m. Utica. N. Y., Feb. 8, 1893, Sophia
Mann; 3 children. Admitted to N. Y. Bar, 1887; since
then engaged in practice at Utica, N. Y. Clubs: Fort
Schuyler (Utica), University (N. Y. City). Address:
Utica, N. Y.


Patent lawyer; b. Plantsville, Conn., Dec. 9, 1808; s.
Joseph R. and Cornelia H. (Paddock) Doolittle; grad.
Cornell Univ., M.E., 1893. N. Y. Univ. Law Sch. Ad-
mitted to bar, 1902. and since then practising as spe-
cialist in patent and trade-mark law. Vice-pres. and
director Hygienic Soap Granulator Co. Director U. S.
Alloy Co., L. L. L. Elevator Controller Co., Elevator
Operating Controller Co., Universal Safety Car Con-
troller Co.; Philipsburg-Manhattan Realty Co.; for-
merly pres. and dir. Manhattan Switchboard Co. and
N. Y. Switchboard Co. Served in Conn. N. G. (now
on retired list as 1st lieut.); served in Span. -Am. War
as 1st lieut. with 1st Conn. Inf. U. S. Vols.; served on
Gen. Court Martial at Camp Alger, 1898. Independ-
ent in politics. Mem. Cornell Univ. Ass'n of Brook-
lyn. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Pres. of Province Beta and
N. Y. Alumni Ass'n, same. Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y.


Lawyer, clerk U. S'. Circuit and Dist. Courts; b.
Utica, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1855; s. Charles H. and Julia
(Shearman) Doolittle; grad. Yale, A.B., 1876: Hamil-
ton, LL.B., 1879; m. Nov. 25, 1885, Esther Warnick.
Admitted to bar and practised in Utica, until appt'd
to present position. Appt'd clerk U. S. Circuit Court,
1S83, U. S. Dist. Court, 1900. Clubs: University (N. Y.
City). Genesee Valley (Rochester), Fort Schuyler, Re-
publican, Sadaquada Golf (Utica). Address: 300
Genesee St., Utica, N. Y.


Manufacturer; b. N. Y. City, Sept. 3, 1S69; s. Robert
Ogden and Estelle E. (Skidmore) Doremus; ed. Mac-
Mullen's Sch.; Coll. City of N. Y., class 1890. Entered
employ Crocker-Wheeler Co. and Crocker-Wheeler
Electric Co.. mf'rs and elec. eng'rs, 1892; became ass't
to gen. sales mg'r, later gen. sales mg'r; sec. in charge
of sales div., 1896; elected 2d v.-p. and dir. 1904, hav-
ing full charge of sales div. and has established 19

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