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branch offices. Traveled extensively in England,
Scotland, France, Germany. Republican; chm'n of
dist., 5 years. Mem. Dutch Reformed Ch. in America.
Mem. N. Y. Elec. Soc, Alpha Delta Phi fraternity.
Clubs: N. T. Athletic Railroad of N. Y., Machinery.
Residence: 31 E. 30th St. Address: 30 Church St.,
N. Y. City.


Consulting chemist; b. N. Y. City, Sept. 6, 1851; s.
R. Ogden and Estelle E. (Skidmore) Doremus; ed.
schs. of N. Y. and Paris; grad. Coll. City of N. Y.,
A.B.. 1870; hon. A.M.. Ph.D.. Heidelberg;" hon. M.D..
Univ. of Buffalo; m. Washington, D. C, Aug. 4, 1880,
Elizabeth Johnson Ward; one d.: Katherine Ward
(Mrs. Park Benjamin, Jr.). Ass't in chemistry Belle-
vue Hosp. Med. Coll., 1875-1879; adjunct prof. chem.
toxicology and med. jurisprudence, Bellevue. 1879-1897;
prof, chemistry and toxicology, Med Dep't Univ. of
Buffalo. 1S79-1S82; prof, chemistry, ' Am. Veterinary
Coll., N. Y. City, 1882-1S92; emeritus prof, chemistry.
1892-1898; ass't in chemistry and phvsics, Coll. City
of N. Y.. 1S92-1897; ass't prof, chemistry and phvsics,
1S97-1903; acting prof, chemistry, 1903-1904. U. S. re-
porter Vienna Exp'n, 1873; del. Paris Congress. Acted
as chem. expert in many poison cases in N. Y. and
other States, and expert in patent causes and consult-
ing chemist. Contb'r to scientific papers and author
of med. books. Collaborator Centurv Dictionary. Re-
publican; mem. Dutch Reformed Ch. Fellow' N. Y.
Acad. Sciences, mem. Am. Chem. Soc. Soc Chemists at
Paris, Deutsche Chemische Gesellschaft, Soc. Chem.



Industry, Am. Electro-Chem. Soc., Medico-Legal Soc,
Am. Inst. Elec. Eng'rs, N. Y. Elec. Soc, trustee Am.
Museum of Safety. Clubs: University, Chemists,
Delta Kappa Epsilon. Address: 55 W. 53d St., N. Y.


Banker, lawyer; b Areola, N. J., Jan. 22, 1862; s.
Jacob W. and Sophia E. (Van Dien) Doremus; ed. pub-
lic sch., Stevens High Sch., 1878-1880; Law Dep't
Univ. City of N. Y., LL.B., 1883; m. Monsey, N. Y., Dec.
2, 1885, Jennie M. Lake; children: Florence (died in in-
fancy), Mabel, Nellie B. In practice of law, N. Y.
and N. J., since 1883; trustee, and counsel for many
estates; counsel, to Ridgewood Bld'g & Loan Ass'n,
Fort Lee Bld'g & Loan Ass'n, Glen Rock Bld'g & Loan
Ass'n, Saddle River Township Bld'g & Loan Ass'n.
Pres. Ridgewood Trust Co., First Nat. Bank of Gar-
field; counsel and dir. First Nat. Bank of Ridgewood,
First Nat. Bank of Fort Lee, Prospect Land and Im-
provement Co., Ridgewood Development & Construction
Co., Fairview Land Co., Fairview Realty Co., Ridgewood
Gas Co., Ridgewood Park Co., Paramus Land Co., Ridge-
wood Estates, Bergen Estates. Sp'l master in chancery
of N. J., also Supreme Court comm'r; judge 3d Judicial
Dist. Court of Bergen County, N. J., 1909; counsel of
Bergen County, 1894-1898; corp'n counsel to Ridge-
wood, Fort Lee and Oakland. Republican; mem. Re-
formed Ch. of America. Mem. N. Y. County Lawyers'
Ass'n, N. J. State Bar Ass'n (mem. Com. on Legisla-
tion), Bergen County Bar Ass'n (mem. Court House
Com., sec, ex-pres.), Bergen County Hist Soc. (v.-p.).
Mason, Knight of Honor, mem. Junior Order United
Am. Mechanics, Royal Arcanum, Voters' League. Pres.
Ridgewood B'd of Trade, Y. M. C. A. Clubs: Repub-
lican, Union League of Bergen Countv (v.-p.), Ham-
ilton, White Star Athletic, Ridgewood Golf, Ridge-
wood Country. Address: 50 Church St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Jan. 30, 1853; s. Robert and
Eliza A. (Marshall) Dorsett; grad. Columbia Gram-
mar Sch., 1868; Columbia Coll., A.B., 1872; A.M., 1875;
Columbia Law Sen., LL.B., 1877; m. Newark, N. J.,
April 11, 1893. Eliza D. Macknet (died July 5, 1902);
one d. : Carolyn H. Admitted to N. Y. bar, 1877; since
then practising in N. Y. City; v.-p. East Bay Land &
Improvement Co. Republican: Presby'n. Mem. Bar
Ass'n, N. Y. County Lawyers' Ass'n. Delta Kappa Ep-
silon Ass'n, Presbyterian Union. Clubs: Union League,
Lawyers. Residence: 53 W. 70th St. Office: 25 Pine
St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Washington, D. C, Dec. 1, 1869; s. Ver-
non and Katherine (Costigin) Dorsey; ed. Georgetown
Univ., and Nat. Univ., LL.B.; m. Portland, Me., Aug.
30, 1889, Sarah Alden; children: Vernon A., b. 1890;
Charlotte B., b. 1893; Katherine C, b. 1895; Mary
Hammond, .b. 1897; Albert I., b. 1905. Mem. firm Dor-
sey & Cole, lawyers. Democrat. Mem. Patent Law
Ass'n. Clubs: Graduates (N. Y. City), University,
Dunbarton, Washington County (Washington). Resi-
dence: Graduates Club. Address: 67 Wall St., N. Y.
City, and 629 F St., N. W., Washington. D. C.


Lawyer; b. Philadelphia, Pa., July 31, 1S44; at-
tended law lectures Univ. of Pa.; served in militia of
Pa. during Civil War; practised profession in Phila-
delphia, and later in N. Y. ; in early practice counsel
in many notable criminal cases; secured acquittal of
Edward S. Stokes for muTder of James Fisk, and in
case of Emil Endre; of late years has made a specialty
of law of corp'ns and stock brokers' practice; with
John E. Parsons formed Sugar Trust, receiving for
same largest fee on record at that time. Author: The
Inter-State Commerce Act, Commercial Trust; Anglo-
Saxon Century; A Treatise on the Law of Stock Brok-
ers and Stock Exchanges; and during one Presidential
campaign wrote an address to mems. of Bar entitled:
The Trend of the Republican PaTty. Charter mem. Pa.
Soc. Owner of large plantation in Virginia, where is
deeply interested In farming, etc. Clubs: Lawyers,
Manhattan. Strollers, Am. Yacht (N. Y. City); Metro-
politan (Washington, D. C); Eastern Yacht (Boston).
Residence: 18 E. 56th St. Address: 20-22 Broad St..
N. Y. City.


Prof, of singing; b. Brooklyn, N. Y.; on mother's
side direct descendant Rev. Jonathan Edwards, and
related to Aaron Burr; also descendant Marquis of
Waterford. which claims great poet Edgar Allan Poe;
attended French convent; studied singing under sev-
eral famous masters in U. S. and abroad; m. N. Y.
City, June 23, 1892, Frank G. Dossert, prof, of music.
Associated with husband in professional work; sang

with success in concert and recital in Paris and
throughout Europe, and taught for 6 years in Paris.
Prof, of singing at Conservatoire Internat. Address:
2 W. 88th St., N. Y. City.


Musician; b. Buffalo, N. Y.; grandfather was Mil.
Gov. of Nancy, France; musical ed'n was completed at
Leipzig; student with great theorist Jadassohn; m.
N. Y. City, June 23, 1892. As a composer has won
distinction and world-wide recognition; works have
been produced throughout England, Paris, Vienna,
Rome. Organist for Buffalo Cathedral at age of 15;
for past 30 years specialist in vocal teaching; taught
in Paris 7 years. Dir. Conservatoire Internat.. Paris, of
which Massenet was hon. pres. Address: Carnt-gie
Hall, 57th St. & 7th Av., N. Y. City.


Literary adviser, sec. Century Co.; b. N. Y., Oct. 15,
1874; s. S. W. and Charlotte G. (Zabriskie) Doty; fcd.
Stevens Prep. Sch., Hoboken, N. J.; Columbia Grammar
Sch. and Sch. of Mines, Columbia Univ.; m. June 25,
1903, Josephine Whiting. On editorial staff of Boston
Journal, 1898-1899; of N. Y. Sunday Herald, 1899-1901;
McClure Syndicate, 1901-1902; has been with The
Century Co. as book editor and reader since 1902.
Mem. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Club: The Players. Ad-
dress: 16 Gramercy Park, N. Y. City.


Publisher; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1862; ed. Poly.
Sch. at Brooklyn; entered employ of Charles Scrib-
ner's Sons, where, during an apprenticeship of 20
years, acquired a full knowledge of publishing busi-
ness. Revived The Book Buyer, in 1884, which grew
to be a well-known periodical, and when Scribner's
Magazine was issued, 1886, was appt'd its mg'r; in
1897, joined the S. S. McOlure Oo., and shortly after-
ward a partnership with Mr. McClure was formed,
under name of Dou"bleday & McClure Co.; during Its
first year published some very successful books,
notably Mr. Kipling's, The Day's Work; in 1900, firm
of Doubleday, Page & Co. was formed, with Walter
H. Page, H. W. Lanier, H. S. Houston and S. A. Everitt
as partners, and within a year a new magazine, The
World's Work, was founded, the first number of which
was Issued in Nov., 1900; afterwards. Country Life in
America (1901), The Garden Magazine (1905), and
Farming (1906), were founded; early in 1904, Double-
day, Page & Co. was incorporated with Mr. Doubleday
as pres.; firm also acquired, Nov., 1908, the book busi-
ness of S. S. McClure Co; business removed to Garden
City, L. I., 1910. Address: Garden City, L. I., N. r.


Author; b. Chicago, 111., Oct. 23, 1865; d. Liverius and
Alice (Fair) De Graff; ed. St. John's Sch., N. Y. City,
and The Misses Masters Sch. Dolbbs Ferry, N. Y.; m.
Piainfield, N. J., June 9, 1886, Frank Nelson Double-
day; children: Felix Doty, b. 1887; Nelson, b. 1889;
Dorothy, b. 1892. Author: Bird Neighbors; Birds that
Hunt and Are Hunted; Nature's Garden; -How to At-
tract the Birds; Birds Every Child Should Know; The
American Flower Garden; also magazine and news-
paper articles on agr'l training, nature study, garden-
ing. North Am. Indians, primitive industries, antique
furniture, critical essays and reviews of books, de-
scriptions of travel. Episcopalian. Club: Nat. Arts
Address: Bffendi Farm, Locust Valley, L. I., N. Y.


Lawyer, author; b. N. Y. City; s. Charles H. and
Elizabeth (Taylor) Dougherty; grad. Coll. of City ot
N. Y., 1871, and Columbia Law Sch., 1874; m. May 26,
1876, Alice Hill; children: Paul (artist); Walter H.
(actor); Alice D. (wife of Arthur Goodrich, author and
mf'r, Middletown, Conn.); J. Hampden, Jr. (lawyer);
Malcolm T., Eleanor (student at Bryn Mawr Coll.).
Engaged in active practise of law in N. Y. City since
graduation. For several years pres. Law Dep't, Brook-
lyn Inst.; three times pres. Brooklyn League; nine
years dir. The Merchants' Ass'n of N. Y. In 1899 ob-
tained mandamus for completion of purchase of L. 1.
Water Supply Co., by the city; comm'r of Water
Supply, Gas and Electricity under Mayor Low; counsel
for Merchants' Ass'n in its inquiry into alleged de-
fective work of Jerome Park Reservoir; chm'n of Sp'l
Com. for Legislative Investigation into gas and elec-
tric light conditions in N. Y. City in 1905; represented
Ass'n in conv. to promote foreign commerce of U. S.
held at Washington, 1906; appeared as counsel before
congressional corns, in opposition to subsidy 'bills, and
before Sec. of War to oppose pollution of N. Y.
Hartior. Has instituted many taxpayers' actions in
public interest, enjoined award of asphalt paving con-
tracts aggregating several million's of dollars, 1901-



1902 (the result being a change in city specifications
for asphalt paving); stopped bld'g of slaughter house
on Wallabout Market lands, and of construction of
Patterson Reservoir mm east branch of Croton River;
also prevented acquisition by N. T. City of magnetic
iron ore mine at enormous ooet, Mean N. Y. City
Charter Revision Comm'n, 1907, N. T. City Charter
Comm'n, 190S, and author of series of articles pub-
lished in N. r. Triiiur,.' explanatory of charter. In
August, 1911, vigorously attacked the so-called Gaynor
charter before City Club (copies of this address were
disseminated throughout State and widely used in
successful campaign against Gaynor charter). Author:
The Constitutions of New York (Polit. Science Quar.,
18SS-1SS9); Ten Tears of Municipal Vigor (a chapter
in Volume III., Memorial History N. Y. City); Electoral
System of the United States (G. P. Putnam's Sons);
Power of Federal Judiciary over Legislation (G. P.
Putnam's Sons): Constitutional History of New York
State (published by Nat. Americana Soc). Has contb'd
numerous articles upon legislative and constitutional
topics to magazine and other publications, and spoken
upon various polit. reforms before various important
ass'ns. Independent in polities. Mem. Ass'n Bar Citv
of N. Y., N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n, Acad,
of Polit. Science, Am. Acad, of Polit. and Social
Science. Civil Service Reform League, N. Y. State Hist.
Ass'n, Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Gamma Delta frater-
nities. Clubs: Reform, Hamilton. Address: 27 William
St., N, Y. City.


Artist: b. Brooklyn, Sept. 6. 1877; s. J. Hampden and
Alice (Hill) Dougherty; B.S., Brooklyn Polv. Inst.,
1S96; LL.B., N. Y. Law Sch., 1S98. Traveled and studied
art alone, 5 years at Paris, London. Florence, Rome,
Venice. Munich; m. Jan. 12, 1907, Marthe Wisner, of
Paris, France. Exhibited Paris Salon 1901, Nat. Acad.
Design, Soc. Am. Artists, Pa. Acad. Fine Arts. Carnegie
Inst.. Pittsburgh; Venice Internat., 1909; Berlin In-
ternat., 1910; Rome Internat., 1911; awarded Osborn
prize, 1905: silver medal Carnegie Internat. Exb'n,
1912: Inness gold medal Nat. Acad. Design, 1913; repre-
sented in permanent collections of Met. Museum, N.
Y. : Corcoran Gallery of Art. 'Washington, D. C. : Car-
negie Inst.. Pittsburgh ; Chicago Inst.: Allbright
Gallery, Buffalo: Can. Nat. Museum. Toledo Museum.
Brooklyn Inst., Ft. Worth (Texas') Art Gallery. Port-
land. Oregon (by public subscription) ; Hackley Art
Gallery, Nat. Gallery of Art, 'Washington, etc.; Lotos,
Engineers'. Salmagundi Clubs, N. Y.: Union League
Club, Chicago, and many private collections in U. S.
and abroad: specialty marines and coast subjects and
the Alps. Asso. Nat. Acad, of Design, 1906; Nat.
Academician. 1907; mem. Nat. Inst. Arts and Letters".
Clubs: Century, Lotos (life). Salmagundi, Manhattan
Chess, MaePowell, Chelsea. Arts (London, Eng.). Ad-
dress: 33 W. 67th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer: b. Tarrytown, N. Y., 1S72: s. Henry L. and
Hortense Pauline (Armstrong) Douglas: ed. Colunrfbia
Univ., class of 1894; grad. Columbia Law Sch., 189R; m.
Spuyten Duyvil. N. Y.. 1901. Edith Douglas. Admitted
to bar. 1896; since then practising in N. Y. City; now
mem. law firm of Douglas. Armitage & McCann. Con-
nected with numerous corporate enterprises as coun-
sel and dir. Republican on National, Independent on
municipal questions. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.,
Psi Upsilon fraternity, Columbia Alumni Ass'n. Reere- '
ations: Golf, tennis, fishing. Clubs: Union League,
City (ohm'n Bronx Com.). Ardsley. Columbia LTniver-
sitv (sec), Adirondack League. Residence: Spuyten
Duyvil. Address: 233 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Lumber merchant; b. Watertown, N. Y., May 28,
1856; s. John Petit and Henrietta (Hughson) Douglas:
grad. Univ. of Rochester, A.B., 1877; m, June 24, 18S6,
Nancy Sherman Thompson, of Albany; children: Thom-
son, b. Feb. 26, 1889; Dorothea (Mrs. George C. W.
Low): Gertrude. Pres. L. Thomson & Co., Inc.
Traveled extensively in Europe and West Indies. Mem
Assembly. 4th Dist., Albany County. 1894; state
Senator. 1899. 1900: public service comm'r, 2d Dist..
State of N. Y.. appt'd Nov. 15, 1912. Democrat. Mem.
Delta Psi fraternity, St. Andrew's Soc. of Albany,
Sons of Revolution. Clubs: St. Anthony, Adirondack
League, Calumet, Nat. Democratic (N. Y.): Fort
Orange. Country (Albany). Residence: 4 Elk St. Ad-
dress: Public Service Comm'n, Albany. N. Y.


Sugar commission merchant, steamship official: b.
Brooklyn, N. Y 1867; s. George B. and Henrietta L.
(Scott) Douglas; ed. Brooklyn Schs. ; m. Anne u.
Smart; one son: Donaldson, b. 1898. After 14 years
as boy and clerk with sugar and general commission
house, joined firm of Williams, Dimond & Co., of San

Francisco and New Y'ork. 1S9S, of which is still a mem.
Treas. Am. Hawaiian S. S. Co. Traveled in S. America
and Atlantic and Pacific Islands. Veteran 23d Reg't,
N. G. N. Y'. Presby'n. Mem. of church and sugar
trade org*ns. Clubs: New York, Down Town Ass'n,
Whitehall, Am. Y'aoht, Aipa/warnis (Rye, N. Y.). Resi-
dence: Rye, N. Y. Address: 8 Bridge St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. N. Y. City, July 8, 1850; s. William
ey and Charlotte Cornelia Dickinson (Ferris)
Douglas; descendant Deacon William and Ann
(Mattle) Douglas, who with two ohildren, emigrated
from Rlngstead, Northamptonshire, England, and
landed at Cape Ann, removing to New London, Conn.,
in 1640; g.s. of Alanson Douglas (lb. Stephentown, N.
ST., Feb. 11, 1779); s. Wheeler and Martha ( Itathbone)
Douglas; m. Anna, d. Hon. Solomon and Tamma
(Thompson) Sutherland, of Dutchess Co., N. Y. ;
lawyer, subsequently cashier Chem. Bank and late
mg'r Merchants and Mechanics Bank, Troy, N. Y.; de-
clined offer from Pres. Van Buren of Secretaryship of
Treasury in latter's Cabinet; assisted in organizing
Mercantile Bank, N. Y. City, of which son, William
Bradley Douglas, became first pres., 1850. George
William Douglas, grad. St. Paul's Sch Concord, N. H.,
1868; Trinity Coll., Hartford, Conn., B.A. (valedictor-
ian), 1871, M.A., 1874, D.lD., 1895; received degree
S.T.D. from Hoibart Coll., 1885, and from Univ. of
South, 1899; grad. Gen. Theol. Sem., N. Y. City, 1874;
studied at Oxford, England, and Univ. of Bonn, Ger-
many, 1874-1876; m. Sept. 3, 1884, Cornelia de Koven,
d. Hon. Hugh T. Dickey, of N. Y. City. Ordered deacon
by Bishop Horatio Potter, 1874; ordained priest, 1878,
becoming ass't minister to Rev. Edward A. Washburn,
D.D., at Calvary Ch., N. Y. City; ass't minister of
Trinity Parish as vicar of Trinity Ch., 1879; resigned
in 1886 on account of ill health, and spent two years
in Europe. Rector St. John's Ch., Washington, D. C,
1888-1891, Trinity Ch., New Haven, Conn., 1895-1898:
select preacher at Grace Ch., N. Y. City, and instr. in
Training Sch. for Deaconesses,. 1898-1904; in 1904 be-
came senior canon of Cathedral of St. John the Di-
vine, N. Y'. City. Author: Sermons Preached in St.
John's Church, Washington; Prayers for Children;
Hints to Sunday School Teachers; also various ser-
mons, addresses, magazine articles and Essays in Ap-
preciation. Clubs: Century, Grolier, Tuxedo, Univer-
sity, Union League (N. Y. City), Chicago (Chicago).
Address: 5 E. 88th St., N. Y. City.


Metallurgist; b. Quebec, Can., Nov., 1837; s. James
(M.D.) and Elizabeth (Ferguson) Douglas; ed. 1858,
Edinburgh Univ., Scotland, and Queen's Univ., King-
ston, Can., A.B., 1858; hon. LL.D., by McGill Univ., 1899;
m. Frankfort, Germany, I860, Naomi Douglas; 4 chil-
dren living. Was prof, chemistry, Morrin Coll., Quebec;
came to U. IS., 1875, and was placed in charge of the
copper works at Phcenixville, Pa later connected
with copper industry of Arizona; pres. of El Paso &
Southwestern R. R. Co., and F. Phelps Dodge & Co., a
large mining corp'n; with late Dr. T. Sterry Hunt did
much work in hydro-metallurgy of copper. Author:
Canadian Independence; Old France in the New World;
New England and New France; A Sketch of life of
Dr. T. S. Hunt, and numerous technical articles and
reports (biographical). Mem. Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs
(twice pres.), Am. Philos. Soc, Am. Geog. Soc; mem.
and gold medalist of the Inst, of Mines and Metal-
lurgy (London), Iron & Steel Inst, (of Great Britain),
Franklin Inst., North of England Inst., Mining Eng'rs,
Royal Soc. of Arts, 1909. Clubs: Century, Adirondack
League, City, Engineers. Residence: Spuyten Duyvil,
N. Y. Address: 99 John St., N. Y. City.


Consulting eng'r; b. Washington, D. C, March 2.
1869; s. James and Theodora (Carroll) Douglas; Yale
Univ. class 1894; m. Greenwich, Conn., Oct. 7, 1908.
Mrs. Eugene H. Lewis (n6e Amy Busby); children:
Amy Lewis, b. 1902; Rosamond Lewis, b. 1904; Eugenia
Lewis, b. 1906; Theodora, b. 1909; Ruth, b. 1913. Spent
three years in Italy in archseol. and sanitary research
work; metallurgist and eng'r for numerous metallur-
gical and mining companies, and in professional work
traveled all over U. S. and Central America countries;
Pres. and dir. Cia. Metalurgica y Refinadora del Paci-
fico. Duplex Engine-Governor Co., Inc. and Hudson
Equipment Corp'n. Republican; mem. Ch. Disciples of
Christ. Mem. Inst. Mining Eng'r, A.A.A.S. Recrea-
tions: Golf, tennis, trap shooting. Clubs; Engineers',
Sleepy Hollow Country. Residence: Scarborough-on-
Hudson, N. Y. Address: 80 Maiden Lane, N. Y. City.


Artist: b. Cincinnati, Ohio; s. John Gale and Mary
(Vandeventer) Douglas; ed. in schs. of Cincinnati, and
studied art at the Nat. Acad, of Design, Art Students'



League, and with William M. Chase, N. Y. City, and in
Paris. Exhibits in all the prominent art exb'ns of the
U. S. ; represented in the Salmagundi Club, N. Y. City,
and several museums Pictures of fowl owned by
many prominent art collectors of N. Y. and other cities.
M-3m, Am. Water Color Soc. Club: Salmagundi. Ad-
dress: 122 West 23d St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist; b. N. Y. City, Oct., 1842; father owned a
large estate at Douglaston, L. I.; ed. in Edinburgh.
Scotland, and inherited L. I. estate from father; m.
1S79, Adelaide L. Townsend; children: Miss E. S. and
J. Gordon. Dir. North River Ins. Co.; is stockholder in
several banks; is known all over world for his de-
fence of America's Cup against British challenges.
Mem. St. Nicholas Soc. Clu'bs: Union, N. Y. Yacht,
Westminster Kennel, Tuxedo. Address: 12 W. 76th
St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Osage, Iowa, Jan. 4, 1871; s. Truman
Orville and Maria (Greene) Douglass; grad. Iowa Coll.,
A.B., 1891; A.M., 1S96; D.D., Drury Coll., 1905; Chicago
Theol. Sem., Andover Theol. Sem (grad. 1894); Har-
vard Univ., 1S95-1S96 (on Williams fellowship); Sum-
mer Sch. of Harvard; Chicago Univ. and Columbia,
also N. Y. Sch. of Philanthropy; m. Cedar Rapids, la.,
June 25, 1895, Rena Sherman; one d.: Dorothy, b.
Feb., 1898. Pastor Cong'l Ch., Manson, la., 1894-1895;
Ames, Iowa, 1S96-190O; Springfield, Mo., 1900-1906;
instr. Drury Coll., 1900-1904; iprof. philosophy, 1904-
1905; supt. ed'n Am. Missionary Ass'n, 1906-1910; corr.
sec. since Apr., 1910. Author: Christian Reconstruc-
tion in the South, and various pamphlets on Am. race
problems. Mem. Pihi Beta Kappa Soc, Beta Chapter of
Iowa; pres. Iowa Coll. Alumni Ass'n of N. Y. and vi-
cinity. Trustee Atlanta Theol. Sem., Piedmont, Ga.;
Talladega and Tillotson (Tex.) Colls.; Tougaloo (Miss.)
and Howard (D.C) Univ., and American and Foreign
Christian Union. Clubs: Upper Montclair Country,
New York Cong'l, Kappa Chi Ministerial. Residence:
129 Cooper Av., Upper Montclair, N. J. Address: 287
4th Av., N. Y. City.


Teacher, Dean of Nat. Training Sch. for Secretaries
of the Y. W. C. A.; b. Fowlerville, N. Y.; d. Benjamin
F. and Caroline M. (Capron) Dow; grad. Vassar Coll.,
A.B., 1880; studied in Paris and at Columbia Univ.,
Mem. Religious Ed'n Ass'n, Acad. Polit. Science, Peace
Soc. of N. Y., Nat. Civic Federation, Nat. Ed'n Ass'n.
Clubs: Women's University, Barnard, MacDowell. Ad-
dress: 135 E. 52d St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Syracuse, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1870; s. H. R.
and N. E. Dow; grad. Syracuse Univ., B.S., 1892; M.S.
1895; Columbia Univ., M.D., 1895; m. 1913, Julia Ely
Smylie. Since graduation practising medicine in N.
N. City. Formerly Associate Theory of Medicine, Coll.
Phys. and Surg.; visiting physician, Minturn Hosp.;
visiting physician, Bellevue Hosp.; fellow N. Y. Acad.
Medicine: mem. A.A.A.S., Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y. State
Med. Soc, Pathol. Soc. Co. Med. Soc, Alumni Bellevue
Hosp., Alumni Sloane Hosp., Trustee Hosp. for Scarlet
Fever and Diphtheria: dir. Nat. Licorice Co. Clubs:
Metropolitan, University, N. Y. Yacht, Riding, Sleepy
Hollow. Residence: (summer) Watch Hill, R. I. Ad-
dress: 49 W. 57th St., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. New Britain. Conn., 1858; s. Charles
Ferdinand and Harriet W. (North) Dowd; grad. Will-
iams Coll., A.B., 1879, A.M., 1882; Coll. Phys. and Surgs.,
N. Y. City, M.D.. 1886; m. 1st, 1891, Eleanor R., d. Hon.
Archibald M. Bliss, of Brooklyn (died 1898); 2d, 1908,
Christiana, d. Mrs. Elbert Brinckerhoff Nostrand, of
Brooklyn; one d. Constance Eleanor. Interne Roose-
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