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ot Auburn, Jan., 1904-Jan., 1912. Mem. Cayuga Co.
Bar Ass'n, N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Albany Law Sch. and
Hamilton Coll. Alumni Ass'ns, Delta Kappa Epsilon
and Theta >iu Epsilon fraternities, Phi Beta Kappa
Soc, Sons of Veterans, Y. M. C. A.; sec. Hamilton Coll.
Alumni Council. Address: 339 E. Genesee St., Auburn,
N. Y.


Physician; b. Paducah. Ky., Aug. S, 1S79; s. Henry
and Clara (Levy) Dryfuss; ed. in public sons, of
Paducah, Ky., Coll. City of N. Y., B.S., 1S99; Med. Dep't
Univ. of Louisville, M.D. (1st honor), 1903; Cornell
Univ. Mea. Coll., M.D., 1906; m. Holv Name Ch., N.
Y. City, Oct. 3, 1906, Claire Agnes Burke, of Vincennes,
Ind.; one son: John Augustus, b. 1907. Resident physi-
cian to Louisville City Hosp., 1903-1904. Hon. mem.
Southwestern Ky. Med. Soc; mem. Am. Med. Ass'n,
N. Y. State and County Med. Socs., Hunterian Med Soc.
Formerly ass't in chemistry Cornell Med. Coll., ass't
surgeon in rectal and intestinal diseases at St. Bar-
tholomew's Clinic; ass't surgeon to Polyclinic Hosp.;
instr. in rectal and intestinal diseases at Polyclinic
Hosp. Med. Sch.; mem. Phi Chi fraternity. Recreations:
Reading and medical research. Published several 'ar-
ticles on physiological-chemical and proctological
studies. Address: 2170 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Malone, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1858; s. Gen.
James C. and Harriet W. (Brewerton) Duane; grad.
Union Coll., A.B., 1S78; Coll. Phys. and Surg., N. Y.
City, M.D., 1881; m. Norfolk, Va., 1891, Susan W. Gait;
children: Alexander Gait, Robert Livingston, William
R. Gait. Practised in Norfolk, Va., and in N. Y. City.
Served as lieut. U. S. N., in Spanish-Am. War, being
in charge of 2d Dist. Coast Signal Service, comprising
approaches to N. Y. City and Philadelphia. Col-
laborator on Webster's Internat. Dictionary, Foster's
Encyclopedic Med. Dictionary and various medical
works (mostly on .ophthal. subjects). Author:
Students' Medical Dictionary (4 editions), English
translation of Fuchs' Textbook of Ophthalmology (4
editions), Motor Anomalies of the Eye, Rules for Sig-
naling on Land and Sea (2 editions), and very many
articles (mainly on ophthal. subjects) for med. and
scientific journals. Independent Democrat. Mem.
A.A.A.S., Am. Med. Ass'n, Am. Ophthal. Soc, Am. Acad.
Ophthal. and Oto.-Laryn., Illuminating Eng'ring Soc,
Authors' League, N. Y. Ophthal. Soc, N. Y: Acad. Medi-
cine, Hosp. Graduates' Club, Naval and Mil. Order
Spanish-Am. War, Naval Order of U. S., Sigma Phi
Soc, N. Y. Ass'n of Phi Beta Kappa. Cluib: Univer-
sity. Address: 139 E. 37th St., N. Y. City.

Banker; b. Marquette, Mich., July 10, 1S69; s. Walton
and Anne Swift (Dalliba) Duane; grad. Harvard, A.B.,
1892; m. N. Y. City, May 28, 1902, Ethel Phelps. En-
gaged in banking since 1802; v.-p. Bankers' Trust Co.;
trustee Nederland Life Ins. Co., Ltd. Mem. Soc. Co-
lonial Wars. Clubs: Harvard, Knickerbocker; Metro-
politan, Down Town. Address: 16 Wall St., N. Y.

Dredging contractor; b. N. Y. City, July 18, 1868; 6.
Charles and Emily A. (Wells) Du Bois;'ed. Public Sch.
32, Brooklyn, and High Sch., Brooklyn; m. Etta M.
Beardsley; children: Lester W., b. 1896; Charles F., b.
189S. V.-p. and sec. Henry Du Bois Sons Co.; dir.
Parade Park Ass'n. Travelled extensively through
U. S., Canada and Europe; represented dredging in-
terests of N. Y. on several occasions before Congress
on legislative matters. Republican; Congregationalist;
pres. B'd Trustees Ch. of the Evangel, Brooklyn. Mem.
Royal Arcanum. Exec. mem. Ass'n for Protection of
Commerce. Port of N. Y.; mem. Geog. Soc. of U. S.
Clubs: Union League, Crescent, Knickerbocker Field.
Address: 62 Marlborough Road, Flatbush, Brooklyn,
N. Y

Dubois, w. e. burghardt

Editor; b. Great Han any tun, Mass., Feb. 23, 1868; s.
! and .Mary S. (Burghardt) DuBois; cd. public
sens., I'isk Univ.. A.]:.. 1888; Harvard I niv., \ B., 1890;
A.M., 1891; Ph.D., 1S95; Univ. of Berlin; m. Cedar
Rapids. Iowa, Hay 12, 1896, Nina Gomer; one d., N.
yolande, b. 1900. Prof. Wllberforce Univ., 1S96-1897;
Mlanta Univ., 1S98-1910; editor of Crisis Magazine
since 1910. Fellow A.A.A.S., Am. sec. Race's Congress.
Clubs: Liberal, Royal Societies, London. Residence:
3059 Villa Av. Address: 26 Vesey St., N. Y. City.


Banker; b. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 27, 1844; s. Will-
iam E. and Susanna (Uki.ldti I 'u Bois; grad. High
Sch., Philadelphia, A.M., July 1862; m. Philadelphia,
July 14, 1S69, Mary Cowell. Ex-pres. and now chm'n
B'd of Dirs. Philadelphia Trust Safe Deposit & Ins. Co.
Presby'n. Residence: 1733 Pine St. Address: 415
Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.


Insurance; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 22, 1881; s. John
Leonard and Fanny E. (Carpenter) Dudley; grad.
Stevens' Inst, of Technology, Hoboken, N. J., 1904; m.
Jan. 5, 1910, Maria Josephine Frances Garcia. Entered
ins. 'business, 1904; is in Europe part of every year.
Pres. and gen. mg'r The John L. Dudley, Jr., Co., of
N. Y. and London; pres. and dir. Eagle Fire Co.;
trustee Citizens' Savings Bank. Republican; Episco-
palian. Mem. Chamber of Commerce, Citizens' Com.,
Hudson-Fulton Celebration; New England Soc, Beta
Theta Phi. Clubs: Union League, Automobile, Players.
Address: 66 E. 79th St., N. Y. City.

Physician end surgeon; grad. Harvard, M.D.
(Alumnus Boston City Hosp.), 1S94. Makes specialty
of diseases of the ear, nose and throat; prof, otology,
Polyclinic Med. Sch. and Hosp., since 1908; aural sur-
geon, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hosp.; consult-
ing aural surgeon, N. Y. Health B'd Hospitals; otolo-
gist to Babies' Hosp. Consulting aural surgeon N. Y.
Skin and Cancer Hosp. Mem. N. Y. Co. Med. Soc, N.
Y. Acad. Medicine, Harvard Med. Soc, Med. Ass'n
Greater N. Y., N. Y. Otol. Soc, Am. Otol. Soc, Am.
Laryngol, Rhinol. and Otol. Soc Clubs: Calumet,
Racquet and Tennis, Harvard, Riding, Sleepy Hollow
Country. Address: 27 E. 57th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Cortland, N. Y., April 13, 1850; s. R. Hol-
land and Mary Ledyard (Cuyler) Duell; ed. Cortland-
ville Acad., Hamilton Coll., A.B., 1871 (LL.D., 1906);
Hamilton Coll. Law Sch., LL.B., 1872; m. Syracuse, N.
Y., Nov. 20, 1879, Harriet M d. William A. Sackett,
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. ; children: Holland S., W.
Sackett, Mary L., Charles H., Jr. Practised law. N. Y.
City, 1874-1880; Syracuse, N Y., 1880-1898; N. Y. City,
1901-1904; specialty, patent law. Mem. N. Y. State As-
sembly, 1878-18S0; Comm'r of Patents, 1898-1901; re-
signed to resume practice of profession; in Dec, 1904,
appt'd by President Roosevelt Asso. Justice Court of
Appeals, Dist. of Colum'bia; resigned Sept. 1, 1906,
to resume practice of profession in firm of Duell, War-
field & Duell. Republican. Elector-at-large and pres.
N. Y. Electoral Coll., 1908. Treas. Republican Cong.
Com., 1910; ass't treas. Republican Nat. Com., 1904;
pres. McKinley League of Onondaga Co., N. Y., 1896;
chm'n Roosevelt Campaign Com. of the City of N. Y.,
1912. Dir. Am. Sales Book Co., William A. Rogers,
Ltd.; F. N. Burt Co., Ltd.; Canadian Rogers Co., Ltd.,
all of Toronto, Canada. Dir. Safety Car Lighting &
Heating Co., N. Y. City; pres. and dir. Klauder-Weldon
Dyeing Machine Co., Amsterdam, N. Y. Presby'n. Mem.
Am. Bar. Ass'n, S.A.R. Clubs: Union League, Cosmos
(Washington, D. C). Residence: Apthorp Apartments.
Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.

Lawyer; b. Syracuse, N. Y., Jan. 29, 1881; s. Charles
H. and Harriet M. (Sackett) Duell; grad. Yale, B.A.,
1902, N. Y. Daw Sch., LL.B., 1904; m. N. Y., Sept. 29,
1904, Mabel Halliwell; children: Charles Halliwell, b.
1905; Helen, b. 1906; Holland Sackett, Jr., b. 1908;
Harriet Anne, h. 1910; Halliwell Ledyard, b. 1912. Ad-
mitted to bar, 1904; engaged in practice, with spe-
cialty in patent law, as mem. law firm of Duell, War-
field '& Duell. Mem. Assembly, 1907 and 1909, from 2d
Dist, Westchester Co. Dir. of The McClure Publica-
tions, Inc., New York; Noiseless Typewriter Co., Mid-
dletown, Conn.; Wm. A. Rogers, Ltd., Toronto, Can.;
Y'onkers Nat. Bank. The Klauder-Weldon Dyeing Ma-
chine Co.. Amsterdam, N. Y. Progressive-Republican.
Mem. Westchester Bar Ass'n, Wash. Patent Bar Ass'n.
I'lubs: Union League, Yale, St. Nicholas. N. Y. Yacht,
Lawyers, American Yacht, Saegkyl Country. Resi-
dence: "Ardenwold," N. Broadway. Y'onkers, N. Y. Ad-
dress: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.




Architect; b. N. T. City, Dec. 21, 1855; s. Ferdinand
Frederick and Louise Sterry (Pierson) Du Fais; ed. in
private schs. in U. S. and Germany, Harvard Coll.,
class of 1S77, and Mass. Inst, of Technology. Asso.
architect of Union Club, N. Y. City; architect Genesee
Valley Club, T. M. C. A., Rochester; police stations in
N. Y. City, and various public and private bld'gs.
Traveled extensively in U. S. and Europe and Cuba.
Asso. Am. Inst, of Architects; former pres. of Archi-
tectural League of N. Y.; mem. N. Y. Chapter, Am.
Inst. Architects; former sec. Met. Golf Ass'n; mem.
Council and q.-m. sergeant "Vet. Corps of Art'y, S. N.
Y.; mem. Soc. Colonial "Wars, Sons of Revolution.
Clubs: Union, University. Address: 1 E. 51st St., X. Y.
City, .


Publisher; b. Detroit, Mich., Jan. 22, 1869; s. Henry
M. and Frances (Pitts) Duffield; grad. Harvard, A.B.,
1892; m. Washington, D. C, Jan. 6, 1904, Isabel, d. Jus-
tice McKenna, of U. S. -Supreme Court; one d Car-
olyn Pitts, b. 1904. Formerly sec. Fox, Duffield &
Co., publishers, now pres. and dir. Duffield & Co., pub-
lishers (incorporated). Mem. Am. Publishers' Ass'n,
Delta Kappa Epsilon (Harvard). Clubs: University,
Players, Harvard (N. Y. Citv), Hasty Pudding (Har-
vard). Residence: 135 E. 66th St. Address: 36 W.
37th St., N. Y. City.


Painter of portraits and figure subjects; b. Buffalo,
N. Y., Oct. 1872; s. Bernhard and Clara (Dold) Dufner;
studied at Art Students' League, N. Y. ; in Paris under
J. Y. "Whistler and J. P. Laurens; awarded Albright
Scholarship, Buffalo, 1893; bronze medal Pan-Am
Exp'n, 1901; honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1902
first "Wanamaker Prize, Am. Art Ass'n, Paris, 1899;
Fellowship Prize, Soc. of Artists. Buffalo, 1904; silver
medal, St. Louis Exp'n, 1904; Evans Prize, Am. "Water
Color iSoc. 1908; m. N. Y. City, April, 1898, Annie L.
Collins. Travelled in France. England, Spain, Italy,
Sicily, Switzerland and Germany. Asso. Nat. Acad, of
Design, N. Y. ; mem. Am. Art Ass'n of Paris, Aim.
"Water Color Soc; instr. Art Students' League of N. Y.
Represented in Buffalo Fine Arts Acad., Nat. Acad, of
Design. William M. Chase collection, and in manv pri-
vate collections. Clubs: N. Y. Water Color, Salma-
gundi. Address: 318 W. 57th St., N. Y. City.


Coll. prof.; b. N. Y. City; s. Hugh and Mary D. (Hay-
den) Duggan; grad. Coll. City of N. Y B.S., 1890. M.S.,
1897; Columbia Univ., A.M., 1S99, Ph.D., 1902; m. Jan. 2,
1902, Sarah Alice Elsesser, of York, Pa.; children:
Mary Alice, b. Dec. 24, 1902; Laurence Hayden, b. May
28, 1905; Stephen Pierce, Jr., b. April 25, 1909. Instr.
philosophy, 1896; asso. prof., 1906, Coll. City of N. Y.;
prof, ed'n since 1909. " Independent. Mem. Nat. Edn'l
Ass'n, N. Y. Acad. Polit. Science, Public Ed'n Ass'n,
A.A.A.S. ; sec. N. Y. Acad. Public Ed'n; v.-p. Voca-
tional Guidance Ass'n of N. Y. ; mem. B'd of Mg'rs of
East Side House Settlement. B'd of Advisors Thomas
Davidson School Recreations: Walking, canoeing,
nature study. Clubs: City, University (White Plains).
Residence: 11 Myrtle St.. White Plains. N. Y. Ad-
dress: Coll. Pity of N. Y.. 139th St. & Convent Av.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 13, 1S78: s. Philip Henry
and Sophia (Goeller) Dugro: grad. Princeton Univ.,
A.B., 1903; N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B., 1905: m. Melville,
Mont., June 11, 1903, Alice Van Cleve: one son: P.
Henry, 3d, b. July 14. 1905. Has traveled extensively
in Europe and America. Admitted to bar, 1905, and
engaged in practise in N. Y. City; admitted to bar,
Mont, 1909; treas. and dir. Bretagne Co. (operating
Hotel Savoy, N. Y. City).- Clubs: Princeton, Univer-
sity Cottage (Princeton. N. J.). Address: Hotel Savoy,
N. Y. City.


Jurist; b. N. Y. City, Oct. 3, 1855; s. Anthony Dugro;
grad. Columbia Coll., A.B. (with honors), 1876, A.M.,
1878; Columbia Daw Sch., 1878; m. 1875, Sophia Goel-
ler: children: Charles H., b. 1S78: Antonia, now Mrs.
William H. Young, b. 1887. Elected mem. Assembly,
State of N. Y., 1S78; mem. Congress, 1880; nominated
for comptroller, City of N. Y., by Dem. Party, 1SS4, but
owing to father's d3ath immediately after nomi-
nation, declined it; about 1885, nominated by gov. N.
Y. as emigration comm'r of State, but while nomina-
tion was pending In State Senate, was elected judge
Superior Court, City of N. Y. ; in 1896, by constitutional
amendment, was made justice Supreme Court, State
of N. Y., and in 1900, elected to same position for term
expiring 1914. Democrat. Address: Hotel Savoy, N.
Y. City.


Patent solicitor. State senator; b. Washington. D. C.
Aug ... 1858; s. Dr. W. J. O. Duhamel and Elizabeth
A. (Kennedy) Duhamel; attended St. John's Coll..
Washington, D. C; m. Washington, D. C, 1894, Lola
L. Young. Mech. draftsman and expert in connection
with patent work, and engaged in soliciting of pat-
ents some years; patent solicitor and mech. expert
since 1878, having been associated with improving and
patenting of popular typewriters, linotype machine
and many improvements in aerial navigation. Elected
State senator, 1910, re-elected 1912: elected as Inde-
pendent Democrat in strong Rep. Dist. Promoter of
progressive legislation. Led the fight in defence of
Gov. Sulzer in his impeachment. Chm'n Com. on Privi-
leges and Elections; mem. Railroad Com., Ins. Com.,
Com. on Public Ed'n. Formerly private in Signal
Corps, U.S.A. Address: 132 Nassau St., N. Y. City.


Capitalist, mf'r; formerly mem. firm W. Duke, Sons &
Co., mf'rs of smoking tobaccos, which was absorbed in
1S90 by Am. Tobacco Co. Chm'n B'd of Dirs., British-
Am. Tobacco Co., Ltd.; Imperial Tobacco Co., of Lon-
don; Nat. Bank of Commerce, Guaranty Trust Co., Union
Bleaching & Finishing Co.; trustee Am. Surer Co
Residence: Somerville, N. J. Address: 200 Fifth Av,
X. v. City.


Manufacturer; b. Philadelphia, Oct. 25, 1S57; s. Rev.
John Welsh (D.D.) and Harriet L. (Winslow) Dulles:
grad. Princeton Univ., A.B., 187S; A.M., 1880; Univ. of
Pa., LL.B., 18S0; received various prizes in Princeton
(junior orations, Maclean Prize, Lunde Debate Prize,
etc.); pres. of class from graduation; m. 1st, Lake
Forest, 111., Jan. 15, 1891, Sophea Rhea (died Dec. 17,
1907); children: Dorotihv W., b. 1894; Edith R., b.
1897; Foster Rhea, b. 1900; William Winslow, b. 1904;
m. 2d, May 16, 1910, Helen Rollins. Practised law,
Philadelphia, 1880-18S2; removed to X. Y., 1S82, enter-
ing financial business as private sec, ass't sec. and
treas., Louisville, New Albany & Chicago R. R.. 1884-
1S89; treas. Presby'n B'd Foreign Missions, 1889-1S97;
pres. Appert Glass Co., and v.-p. Mississippi Wire Glass
Co., from org'n, 1901, and from 1904 also v.-p. Missis-
sippi Glass Co.; treas. and dir. both cos. With E. W.
Humphreys, pres. Mississippi Wire Glass Co., has been
especially active in development of wire glass, now so
extensively used as fire retardent in window openings,
elevator shafts and other openings, and as security
against breaking in skylights, etc. Pres. and dir.
Dulles-Baldwin Elec. Drill Co.; dir. Volcan Mining Co.
Pepublican. Ex-mem. B'd Ed'n, and Common Councils.
Englewood, N. J. Presby'n. Trustee and sec. Macken-
zie Coll. (Brazil, S. America). Mem. Pennsylvania Soc,
Presby'n Union, Am. Museum Natural Hist., N. Y. Zool.
Soc, Am. Soc Internat. Law. Clubs: University, Down
Town Ass'n, Univ. of Pa., Nat. Arts, Princeton, Manhat-
tan. Railroad, Pilgrims (N. Y. City), Duquesne (Pitts-
burgh), Englewood. Residence: Englewood, X. J.
Address: 220 Fifth Av.. N. Y. City.


Artist; b. Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 20, 1S65; s. Alonzo
Munroe and Elizabeth Augusta (Vincent) Dumond; ed.
Rochester Free Acad., Aeadfimie Julien. Paris, and Art
Students' League, N. Y. City: m. Portland, Ore., March
9, 1895, Helen Lydia Xavier: children: Joseph Xavier,
b. 1903; Elizabeth Vincent Dumond, b. 1906. Received
medal from Paris Salon, 1S91; gold medals Boston,
1893, Atlanta Cotton States Exp'n; 2 silver medals
Pan-Am. Exp'n, Buffalo, 1901: silver medal St. Louis
(Da. Purchase Exp'n), 1904; dir. Fine Arts Lewis and*
Clark Exp'n. Portland, Ore. V.-p. 67th St. Building
Ass'n. Mem. Nat. Acad. Design, Nat. Soc. Mural
Painters: instr. Art Students' League, N. Y. City. Re-
creations: Outdoor sports. Clubs: Players, Century
Ass'n, Lotos, Nat. Arts. Address: 27 W. 67th St., X".
Y. City.


Law publisher; b. Juneau. Wis., 1S60: s. Dr. John E.
and Julia (Warford) Dumont; ed. Univ. of Wis m.
Juneau, Wis., 1S79. Jennie Hargraves; children:
George, b. 18S0; Dorothea, b. 18S5: Charles W. Jr., b.
1S98. Principal. and sup't of various public high schs.
in Wis. for six years; formerly treas. Edward Thomp-
son Co., of Xorthport. L. I., X. Y., law publishers: now
pres. and mg'r Am. Law Book Co. The designer and
founder of "CYC," a forty volume Encyclopedia of
Law, which has come into general use in the V S
and Canada. Visited most of the European countries.
Republican. Odd Fellow. Recreation: Driving. Mem.
Empire State Soc. Sons Am. Revolution. Clubs: Lotos,
X. Y. Athletic. Residence: Glendale Xorthport, L. I.
Address: J7 Cedar St., X. Y. City.




onsul; b. Phtlllpsburgh, X J., March
17, 1869; s John Pinley and Anne Kirkpatrick (Kline)
Duraont; grad. Lafayette Coll., Eaaton, Pa., C.E., 1889,

M.S., 1S05; m. Pittsburgh Pa., May 16. L! Mrs. Mary

Wolfe Van Hamm, d. Dr. N. B. Wolfe, of Cincinnati,
O., ami Lancaster, Pa. Ass't eng'r of construct Ion
and eng'r of construction, Pa. R. R isso-i'.iui.
Resided at various times in England, Germany and
France; traveled extensively. Consul of U. S. at
Guadeloupe, French West Indies, 1911-1912; consul at
Madrid. Spain, since 1912. Mem. Delta Upsilon fra-
ternity, Internat. Law Ass'n of London. Recreations:
Yaeht:tm, golf. Clubs: Madrid (Spain), Royal Polo
and Golf, Biscayne Bay Yacht (Miami, Fla.), Gilbert's Yacht (Stuart, Fla.), Hamilton (Lancaster, Pa.).
Residence: Glen Manor, Lancaster. Address: Am.
Consulate, Lealtad, S, Madrid, Spain.


Actor; b. Baltimore, Md.. s. Dr. J. R. W. and Natalia
Burwell (Hay) Dunbar; ed. Shenandoah Valley Acad.,
Va.. Washington and Lee Univ., Va., C.E. ; m. N. Y.
City, Oct. S, 1905, Mary Helena Sharpsteen; children:
Erroll, Jr., b. 1906; Laurence, b. 1909. On the si < e
25 years, appearing; first with Lester Wallack, after-
ward playing leading roles with Barrett, McCullough,
Rowe. James, Modjeska, Rhea, Fanny Davenport, Mrs.
Fiske. Boston Museum and other stock companies.
Featured as Mephisto in Faust, and as Sherlock
Holmes for six years. Contb'r to dramatic papers for
past 15 years. Socialist, suffragist; Unitarian. Mem.
Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. Recreations: Fencing,
rowing, walking, swimming. Clubs: The Players (N
Y.). Residence: 66 W. 07th St. Address: 16 Gramerey
Park, N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; .b. in Ireland, May 30, 1S61; s. James
and Margaret (Downey) Duncan; ed. Flushing (N. Y.)
High Sen.; m. Flushing, L. I., June 11, 18S4, Kate F.
Forman; children: Malcolm, b. 18S5; Harry, b. 1SQ0;
Kenneth, b. 1S05; Theodore, b. 1S99. Treas. and mg'r
J. B. Brewster & Co., carriage mf'rs; treas. Brewster
Auto Co.; pres. Climax Zinc Co. Independent in poli-
tics. Pres Merchants' and Mf'rs B'd of Trade. N. Y.
City, Flushing (X. Y.) Library Ass'n; mem. Advisory
B'd of United Workers. Clubs: Knickerbocker Y'acht,
Twilight. Address: 52 State St., Flushing, L. I. N. Y.


Elec. eng'r; b. Washington. D. C, Mar. 25, 1S62; s.
Thomas and Maria (Morris) Duncan; grad. U. S. Naval
Acad., 1S80; studied physics and mathematics at Johns
Hopkins Univ., Ph.D.. 1SS5; m. Philadelphia, 1887,
Edith McKee; children: McKee, b. 1S89; Dorothy, b.
1S91; Harriet, b. 1S93; Edith, b. 1809. Served in U. S.
Navy until 1SS7; resigned; prof, applied electricity,
Johns Hopkins Univ., 1887-1898; head Dep't Elec. En-
gineering, Mass. Inst. Technology, 1902-1904. Wrote
article on Electric Traction in Encyclopaedia Britan-
nica; also many articles on engineering subjects in
technical journals. Served as major 1st Vol. Eng'rs in
Spanish-Am. War. Mem. Am. Inst. Elec. Eng'rs (twice
pres.); hon. mem. Franklin Inst.; fellow Am. Philos.
Soc. : mem. Math. Soc. of France and Physical Soc. of
France. Clubs: University, Eng'rs (N. Y. City), Mary-
land (Baltimore), Army and Navy (Washington & N.
Y. City), Automobile of America. Residence: Pelham
Manor, Westchester Co., N. Y. Address: 50 Church
St.. X. Y. City.


Banker; b. N. Y. City, July 16, 1855; s. George and
Helen (Cockburn) Duncan; ed. N. Y. public schools
and City Coll.; m. X. Y - . City, Sept. 13, 1S76, Elizabeth
See; six children. Began banking business with Han-
over Nat. Bank; afterward appt'd cashier Colonial
Bank of N. Y. City; pres. and dir. The Greenwich Bank
since Jan. 6. 1902; dir. The Colonial Bank. Mem.
Chamber of Commerce. Address: 101 W. S5th St., N.
Y. City.


Clergyman; grad. St. Stephen's Coll., 1892; Gen.
Theol. Sem., 1S95. Ordered deacon 1S95 and ordained
priest 1S96 in ministry of Episcopal Ch.; asso. mis-
sion, Trenton, N. J.. 1895-1898; rector St. Luke's Ch.,
Metuchen, N. J., 1S9S-1S99; curate Calvary Ch., N. Y.
Citv. 1900-1901; rector St. Jude's Ch., Blythebourne,
Brooklyn, 1901-1909: curate at St. Mary the Virgin. N
Y. City, 1909-1912; rector of All Saints' Ch., Orange,
X". J., since 1912. Address: 40 Valley St., Orange, N.J.


Physician; b. Xewburgh, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1S60; s.
Carroll and Harriet E. (Kellogg) Dunham; grad. Har-
vard Med. Coll.. M.D.. 1S86; m. N. Y. City, June 4, 1893,
Mary Dows. Engaged in practice of medicine from

1SS6; prof, pathology N. Y. Univ. since 1898. Mem.
X. Y. Acad. Sciences, Am. Chem. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n,
X. Y. Acad. Medicine, fellow A.A.A.S. Clubs: Uni-
versity. Century Ass'n (N. Y. City). Address: 35 E.
t'.sth St., N. Y. City.


Editor Utica Daily Press; b. Clayville, Oneida Co.,
X. Y.. April 5, 1859; s. Rev. Dr. M. E. and Harriet U.
(Hughston) Dunham; ed. prep. sch. Whitestown Sem.;
grad. Hamilton Coll., 1879, m. Utica, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1884,
Helen L. Jones. Began newspaper work as reporter;
editor Utica Daily Press since 1886, and pres. Utica
Daily Press Co.; dir. and v.-p. Utica Trust & Deposit
Co. Mem. B'd Mg'rs, Utica State Hosp. for Insane
since 188S (pres. since 1905); pres. for 2 years Utica
Chamber of Commerce. Independent in politics;
1'resby'n. Mem. Psi Upsilon fraternity. Mem. B'd of
Trustees of Hamilton Coll. since 1S90 (clerk of board
since 1905). Clubs: Fort Schuyler, Arcanum, Masonic
(Utica). University (N. Y.). Address: Press Office,
Utica. N. Y.


Pres. The Travelers Ins. Co.; 'b. Mansfield, Conn.,
April 24, 1S46; s. Jonathan Lyman and Abigail (E1-
dridge) Dunham; ed. in common schs. and a short
time at Mount Union Coll., Ohio; m. Bristol, Conn.,
Oct. 18, 1877, Mary Austin; one s. : Donald Austin, b.
March 22, 1881. Practised law in Hartford. 1873-1885,
then became gen. counsel for Travelers Ins. Co.; after-
ward v.-p. and then pres. Has traveled throughout
U. S., Canada, Mexico and Europe. Has been cor-
poration counsel of Hartford and a mem. of Water
Hoard, and of several civic societies and like org'ns.
Pres., dir. and chm'n Finance Com., Travelers Ins. Co.,
and of Travelers Indemnity Co., v.-p. and dir. Nat. Ex-
change Bank of Hartford; dir. Colt Firearms Co.,
City Bank, Conn. Fire Ins. Co., Am. Hardware Co.,
New Britain. Conn, Am. Surety Co., N. Y. City, Met-
ropolitan Bank, N. Y. City. Usually Republican. Con-
gregationalism with reservations. Mem. exec. com.
Life Ins. Presidents Ass'n. Recreations: Travel and
reading. Clubs: Union League (N. Y. City). Hartford,
Country, Twentieth Century, Travelers (Hartford).
Address: Hartford, Conn.


Editor, publisher; b. Lexington, Ky., April 11, 1857:
s. Brig. -Gen. Henry Clay and La Belle (Boyce) Dun-

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