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Ch., Oriskanv. N. Y. Mem. Cliosophic Soc, Princeton.
Address: Oriskany. N. Y.



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FROST, GEORGE HENRY

Retired; b. W. Hawkesbury, Ont., July 9, 1838; s.
Ebenezer (b. Bralt.eboro, Vt., 1790). and Caroline
(Harwood) Frost (b. Bennington, Vt.); removed to
Smith's Falls, Ont., 1839; ed. in public sch. there, in
private acad.. Glover, Vt. 1 year, and McGill Univ.,
Can., C.E., 1S60; P.L.S. (Provincial Land Surveyor),
1863; removed to Chicago, 1863; m. Dec. 3, 1868, Louisa,
d. Edwin Hunt, hardware merchant of Chicago; chil-
dren: Charles Hamilton, b. 1870; Harwood,, b. 1872;
Edwin Hunt, b. 1874; Francis Willoughby, b. 1876.
Civil eng'r with Chicago & Northwestern R'y, Chicago,
1863-1867; city surveying in Chicago, 1867-1S74; found-
ed Engineering News, April, 1S74; removed to N. Y.
City, 1878; incorporated business Jan. 12, 1883; sold
Engineering News to Hill Pub. Co., 1911; pres. Courier-
News Publishing Co. of Plainfield, N. J. Republican;
Presby'n. Asso. mem. Am. Soc. Civ. Eng'rs. Mem.
Can. Soc. Civil Eng'rs, and sundry eng'ring ass'ns of
U S and Can., N. E. Historic-Geneal. Soc. Address:
Plainfield, N. J.
FROST, HALSTEAD HOLLOWAY, JR.

Lawyer; b. E. Norwich, Nassau Co., N. Y., May 7,
1860; s. Halstead Holloway and Mary (Vernon) Frost;
ed. public schs., E. Norwich and Oyster Bay, N. Y.,
University Grammar Sch.. N. Y. City, Fairchild's Inst..
Flushing, L. I.; Adelphi Acad., Brooklyn; Columbia
Coll. A.B.. 1883, A.M., 1885; and Columbia Law Sch..
1885- Univ. of Berlin, summer semester, 1884; fellow
in history Columbia, 1886; m. East Norwich, N. Y.,
April 14, 1886, Mary L. Downing; children: Holloway
Halstead, b. 1SS9 (Ensign U. S. N.); Esther May, b.
1892; Charles Lawrence, b. 1898. Engaged in prac-
tice of law in N. Y. City since 1S86. Club: Phi Gamma
Delta. N. Y. Address: 141 Broadway, N. Y. City.

FROST, JAMES SHELDON

Lawyer; b. Rensselaerville, N. Y.; s. John D. and
Phebe E. (Sheldon) Frost; ed. Fort Edward Collegi-
ate Inst., Friends Coll., Albany Business Coll., and Al-
bany Law Sch., LL.B.; m. Oct. 15, 1902, Dorothy Gould.
Mem. law firm Frost, Daring & Warner, since admis-
sion to bar. Sp'l asst corp'n counsel, 1899, and an im-
portant factor in revision of city charter. Judge, Re-
corder's Court of Albany since 1908. Pres. Bette Ayre
Conservation Co. Mem. Soc. of Friends. Mem. Knights
of Pythias. Foresters, Scottish Rite Mason, Shriner.
Trustee Albany City Hosp., Albany Boys Acad., Union
Univ., Albany Med. Coll. Clubs: Albany, Phi Delta
Phi, Unconditional Republican (pres. 2 terms). West
End Gun, Back Woods (pres.). Residence: 152 State
St. Address: 93 State St., Albany, N. Y.

FROST, THOMAS GOLD

Lawyer; b. Galesburg, 111., Feb. 17, 1866; s. Thomas
Gold and Elizabeth Anna Frost; grad. Knox Coll.,
A.B., 18S6; Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 1888; Columbia
Sch. of Polit. Science. Ph.D.. 1890; DL.D., Knox Coll.,
1905; m. Ann Arbor. Mich., Oct. 26. 1893, Mary A. Ken-
nedy; children: Barbara Gold, b. 1903; Dorothy Dean,
b. 1908. Practised law at Minneapolis. 1S68-1898; in
N. Y. City since 1898; senior mem. firm Frost & Nie-
man, corp'n lawyers. Author: Incorporation and Or-
ganization of Corporations. Guaranty Insurance, New
York Corporations, Federal Corporation Tax, Federal
Income Tax, The French Constitution of 1793; The
Man of Destiny (a novel dealing with career of late
Gen. U. S. Grant). Dir. Anglo-Am. Audit Co., Nat.
Incorporating Co. Progressive; Presby'n. Mem. B'd
of Mg'rs and sec. Camp Fire Girls. Recreations: Base-
ball, golf, tennis, automobiling. Residence: (sum-
mer) Bridablik, Belmar. N. J.; (winter) 430 W. 118th
St. Address: 220 Broadway, N. Y. City.

FROST, WESLEY

Consul; b. Oberlin, O., June 17, 1884; s. William
Goodell and Louise (Raney) Frost; grad. Oberlin
Coll., A.B., 1907; A.M., George Washington Univ., 1910;
m. Wauwatosa, Wis., Dec. 21. 1909, Mary Priscilla
Clapp. On staff of Hon. T. E. Burton, 1908, sec. to
Hon. O. P. Austin, 1909; statistician, Dep't of State,
1309-1911, and in this capacity prepared most of sta-
tistical and informative matter on Canadian reci-
procity printed by Gov't or used by Taft administra-
tion; Consul at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island,
Can., since April 5, 1912. Residence: Berea, Ky. Ad-
dress: Charlottetown, P. E. I., Can.

FROST, WILLIAM H.

Gas and oil producer, lumber dealer; b. Jefferson
County, Pa., Nov. 7, 1843; s. Abial R. and Mary A.
(Wilson) Frost; ed. public schs. of Brockwayville,
Pa.; m. Brockwayville, Pa., Dec. 24. 1S63, Annie Pow-
ell; 6 children. Engaged in lumbering many years;
drilled gas wells, supplying towns of Brockton and
Fredonia. N. Y. and other towns. Pres. Harlan Coal
Co., Harlan County, Ky., Forest Gas Co. of Fredonia



and Brockton Gas & Fuel Co. of Brockton. Built up
village at First Station and Duhring, Pa.; also schools
and churches. Methodist. Mason. Address: Fre-
donia, N. Y.

FROTHINGHAM, LOUIS ADAMS

Lawyer; b. Boston, Mass., July 13, 1871; s. Thomas
and Annie 'P. (Lunt) Frothlngham; grad. Harvard
Coll., A.B., LL.B. Pres. Blackstone Savings Bank;
dir. Laconia Car Co.; treas. and dir. Frothingham
Buildings; overseer of Harvard Univ. Speaker Mass.
House of Representatives, 1904-1905; lieut.-gov. of
Mass., 1908-1910; 2d lieut. U. S. Marine Corps during
Spanish-Am. AVar. Republican; Unitarian. Clubs:
Union, City, Tennis and Racquet, Country. Resi-
dence: 140 Beacon St. Address; Barristers Hall, Bos-
ton, Mass.

FROTHINGHAM, RICHARD

Physician; h. Boston, Ma^S.; s. Thomas Goddard and
Frances (Cook) Frothingham; grad. Halyard, 1892;
m. Gwendolyn Davidson, d. CharV^fe D*vison and g.d.
of late Rev. Edwin H. Chaplin; one d.: Gwendolyn, b.
Jan. 16, 1895. Mem. Am. Laryngological Ass'n, Acad,
of Med., Physicians' Mutual Aid Soc, Vanderbilt Clinic
Throat Dep't. Address: U16 Madisoji Av., N. Y. City.

FROTHINGHAM, THEODORE LONGFELLOW

Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1863; s. James
Harding and Wilhelmine E. (Vietor) Frothingham; ed.
Brooklyn Collegiate and Poly. Inst., 1875-1880; Har-
vard, A.B., 1884; Harvard Law Sch., LL.B., 1887; m.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1901, Elizabeth F. Mason;
children: Theodore, b. Mar. 2, 1904; Elizabeth, b. Nov
9, 1908. Admitted to N. Y. Bar, 1887, and ever since
engaged in practice. Dir. in various business corp'ns.
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Harvard Law Sch. Ass'n.
Trustee Brooklyn Hosp., Brooklyn Public Library,
Brooklyn Poly. Inst.; mem. B'd Mg'rs, State Charities
Aid Ass'n. Clubs: University, Harvard, Down Town
Ass'n (N. Y. City), Hamilton, Twentieth Century,
Brooklyn Heights Casino (Brooklyn). Address: 32
Liberty St., N. Y. City.

FRUEAUFF, FRANK A.

Banker and operator, gas, electric and street r'y
properties; b. Columbia, Lancaster Co., Pa., March 29,
1874; s. John Frederick and Annie Day (Taggart)
Frueauff; ed. public schs. of Leadville, Colo., and Den-
ver, Colo., High Sch.; m. Denver, Colo., Nov. 30, 1909,
Antoinette Perry. Mem. firm Henry D. Doherty & Co.
Pres. and dir. Lincoln Gas & Electric Light Co.; 1st
v.-p. and dir. Alliance Gas & Power Co., Bartlesville
Interurban R'y Co., City Light & Traction Co., The
Massillon Electric & Gas Co., Spokane Falls Gas Light
Co., Spokane Gas & Fuel Co., The Western Distribut-
ing Co.; 1st v.-p., treas. and dir. Summit County Power
Co.; 2d v.-p. and dir. Brush Electric Co.; 3d v.-p. and
dir. Athens R'y and Electric Co.; gen. mg'r, v.-p. and
dir. Denver Gas & Electric Light Co.; v.-p. and dir.
Amarillo St. R'y Co., City Light & Water Co., Cities
Service Co., Consolidated Cities, Light, Power & Trac-
tion Co., The Coshocton Gas Co., Danbury & Bethel
Gas & Electric Light Co., Doherty Operating Co., Do-
herty Securities Co., Dominion Natural Gas Co., Ltd.,
Electric Bond Deposit Co., Empire District Electric
Co., First Doherty Org'n Investing Co., Gas & Electric
Securities Co., Improved Appliance Co., Knoxville Gas
Co., Lebanon Gas & Fuel Co., Meridan Light & R'y
Co., Montgomery Light and Water Power Co., Nela
Alpha Anticipation Co., The Pueblo Gas & Fuel Co.,
Union Gas Co., Utilities Improvement Co., The Toledo
Traction, Light & Power Co., Watauga Power Co.; dir.
Brantford Gas Co., Bristol Gas & Electric Co., Citizens
Gas, Electric & Heating Co., First Doherty Org'n An-
ticipation Co., Fremont Gas, Electric Light & Power
Co., Gas Securities Co., St. Joseph R'y, Light, Heat &
Power Co., Quapaw Gas Co., Wichita Natural Gas Co.,
The Woodstock Gas Light Co. Pres. Nat. Electric
Light Ass'n; ex-pres. Nat. Commercial Gas Ass'n, Colo-
rado Light, Power & R'y Ass'n; mem. Am. Inst. Elec-
tric Eng'rs, Am. Gas Inst. Illuminating Eng'ring Soc.
Clubs: Engineers, Lawyers, Economic (N. Y. City),
Denver, Denver Athletic, Denver Country, Denver Mo-
tor Overland, Colorado Traffic (Denver). Residence:
Garden City, N. Y. Addresses: 405 17th St., Denver,
Colo., and 60 Wall St., N. Y. City.

FRY, ALFRED BROOKS

Marine, mechanical and civil eng'r; to. N. Y. City,
Mar. 3, 1860: s. Major Thomas W. Gardiner and Frances
(Olney) Fry; ed. private schools and Morse's Sch., N,
Y. City, Eng'ring Sch., Columbia Coll.; m. 1890, Emma
V., d. Brig.-gen. George A. Sheridan; one son, Sheri-
dan (b. 1894). Eng'r in U. S. Treasury service since 1886;
now chief eng'r, on duty as sup't U. S. public build-
ings, Ports of N. Y. and Newark, N. J.; eng'r, lieut.,
lieut. -comd'r and comd'r in naval militia since 1892;
during" Spanish-American War, acting chief eng'r U.



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S. N 1898; now chief of staff Naval Militia of N. Y.
Mem. B'd Consulting Eng'rs for Reconstruction of State
Canals, 1904-1911. Consulting Eng'r to Cong. Conwn'n
of 1913 on raech. transmission of mails; mem. Com. on
Waterways, Merchants' Ass'n, N. Y. Mem. Am. Soc.
Mech. Eng'rs, Am. Soc. Naval Eng'rs, Am. Soc. Civil
Eng'rs. Mem. Soc. of the Cincinnati, Loyal Legion,
Soc. of Colonial Wars, Mil. Order Spanish-Am. War.
Clubs: N. Y. Athletic, Army and Navy (Washington),
Ft. Orange (Albany), Royal Hope (Amsterdam, Hol-
land). Residence: The Woodhull, Brooklyn. Address -
U. S. Custom House, N. Y. City.

FRY, CHARLES PHILIP

Banker, broker; b. Mobile, Ala., Nov. 2, 1868; s.
Thomas S. and Mary (Shorter) Fry; ed. Univ. of Ala.;
m. N. Y. City, Sept. 23, 1908, Marjorie Benedict. For-
merly ass't treas. and cashier Brooklyn, Queens Co.
and Suburban R. R. Co., and Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Co., respectively, resigned in 1900; later treas. and dir.
of the Carey Printing Co. of N. Y. Now an asso. of
Battles & Co., bankers, of N. Y. and Philadelphia;
also mem. Arm of Wood, Fry & Co., mem. N. Y. Prod-
uce Exchange. Democrat; Episcopalian. Pres. Sun-
day Kindergarten Ass'n; Southern Soc, Georgia Soc;
v.-p. Alabama Soc; mem. Sigma Nu fraternity. Club:
St. Nicholas. Address: 60 Broadway, N. Y. City.

FUEHRER, HENRY

Lawyer; b. Cologne-on-Rhine, Germany, Jan. 23,
1852; s. Vincent and Veronika (Dun'kel) Fuehrer; ed.
Realschule, Cologne, and received diploma for one
year's service in Prussian Army, March, 1867; studied
law with Henry Wehle in N. Y. City; m. 1st, Louisa
Tolles (died Sept., 1893); 2d, Marie Huber; children:
H. Clinton (lawyer); Vincent, b. 1889; Gertrude, b.
1895. Mn'g clerk for Henry Wehle until 1876; since
then practising independently. Hon. pres. Arlon of
Brooklyn (singing soc); pres. German-Am. Citizens'
League of Brooklyn. Under his leadership the Arion
of Brooklyn took a most successful concert tour for
charitable purposes, extending to all the principal
cities of Germany, and which assumed such great
social dimensions that it was treated by the press of
both countries as of international importance; wrote
book of poems, descriptive of trip. Author of dramas
(in German): Konig Alfonse; Pariser Commune, etc.
Known as CarnivalTst in German society circles. Has
traveled extensively in Europe and U. S. ; takes active
part in politics as an Independent opposed to bosses.
Club: Bushwick. Residence: 913 Greene Av. Ad-
dress: 825 Gates Av., Brooklyn, N. Y.

FUERTES, JAMES HILLHOUSE

Consulting eng'r; b. Ponce, Porto Rico, Aug. 10,
1863; s. Esteven Antonio and Mary Stone (Perry)
Fuertes; grad. Cornell Univ. (Coll. Civil Eng'ring),
1883; m. Camden, Ark., Jan. 16, 1895, Mary Hill Cable.
Has made reports upon plans for and supervision of
construction of municipal and eng'ring works, in-
cluding sanitation of the city and port of Santos,
Brazil; water supply of Lynchburg, Va.; filtration and
water supply of Harrisburg, Pa., Steelton, Pa., and
the Tome Institute. Port Deposit, Md. ; report of water
supply at Winnipeg, Can., Mechanicsburg, Pa., N. Y.
City, Eastport, Me.; sewerage of Lebanon, Pa., Alex-
andria, La., Harrisburg. Pa., Ithaca, N. Y., and other
cities. Expert on hydraulic and sanitary matters.
Mem. and sec. Metropolitan Sewerage Oomm'n of N.
Y. ; consulting eng'r for various municipalities. Mem.
Am. Soc Civil Eng'rs, Cornell Univ. Ass'n Civil En-
g'rs, Am. Water Works Ass'n. Author: Water 'and
Public Health, 1897 (Wiley); Water Filtration Works,
1901 (Wiley); The Waste of Water in New York, and
Its Reduction by Meters and Inspection, 1906 (N. Y.
Merchants' Ass'n); contributor to scientific and tech-
nical journals, and author of many printed reports on
municipal improvements and public works. Clubs:
Engineers (N. Y. City), Harrisburg (Harrisburg). Ad-
dress: 140 Nassau St., N. Y. City.

FUERTH, EMIL

Merchant; b. Schuttenhofen, Bohemia, Nov. 8, 1857;
s. Wilhelm and Johanna Fuerth; ed. in public sch.
of native town and Musical Coll. at Prague, Bohemia;
came to U. S., took up dentistry; grad. Pa. Coll. Den-
tal Surgery, Philadelphia, Pa., 1880; m. N. Y. City,
May. 1S80. Henrietta Froelich; children: William B.,
Selma B., Cecil E. Started practise of dentistry in N.
Y. City, 1880, and was mem. First Dist. Dental Soc.
of N. Y.; was dental surgeon at Montefiore Home sev-
eral years, also for a short time at German Polyclinic
Dispensary, and remained in private practice. Became
mem. firm of Ludwig Baumann & Co. at Third Av. and
121st St., and after six years removed to present large
quarters on 125th St. and changed to a corp'n, now
known as Ludwig Baumann & Co., Harlem, furniture
and gen. house furnishings, of which has been pres.
since April 9, 1904. Mason. 32, and mem. Mystic



Shrine; formerly master. True Craftsman's Lodge oi
Masons Dir. Harlem B'd of Commerce. Residence:
45 E. 82d St. Address: 144 W. 125th St., N. Y. City.

FUESS, CHARLES WOERNER

Real estate and insurance; b. near Waterville, N.
Y., May 10, I860; s. Jacob and Johanna V. (Woerner)
Fuess; ed. dist. sch., Waterville (N. Y.) High Sch.
and Acad., and Lowell's Commercial Coll., Bingham-
ton, N. Y class of 1881; m. Waterville, N. Y., Oct.
4, 1883, Edith Adell Seymour; descendant of John and
Prlscilla Alden. Owned and operated large hop farm
at Waterville, and in 1889 engaged by real estate in-
terests in Utica, N. Y., to go to New York, and take
charge of their property, being mg'r for 18 years, of
high-class real estate in N. Y.; took charge of Shel-
don Hotel, Ocean Grove, N. J., for five years, return-
ing to N. Y., to enter into real estate and ins. busi-
ness. Pres. Oneida Owning & Construction Co., pre3.
and treas. Co-operative Controlling Co., sec. Mat.
Properties Co. Prohibitionist (for years one of
staunchest supporters, and is known as one of most
logical and convincing speakers). Mem. Official B'd
of M. E. Ch. Pres. Met. Federation of Epworth
Leagues; mem. representing City Ch. Extension and
Missionary Soc; lay mem. to Lay Members' Conv. ;
charter mem. and dir. of Epworth House (charitable
home for working girls). Address: 110 W. 34th St.,
N. Y. City.

FUHRMANN, LOUIS P.

Mayor of Buffalo; b. Buffalo, N. Y Nov. 7, 1868:
s. Philip J. and Eliza (Sheiss) Fuhrmann; ed. Buffalo
public schs.; m. July 3, 1900. Alice S. Meahl; two
children. Alderman City of Buffalo, 5 years; mem.
Dem. State Com.; elected mayor of Buffalo, Jan., 1910,
term expiring Dec. 31, 1913; re-elected Nov. 4, 1913,
term expiring Dec. 31, 1917. Address: 438 Oak St.,
Buffalo, N. Y.

FULD, LEONHARD FELIX

Lawyer, examiner, author; b. N. Y. City, Aug. 12,
1883; s. Bernhard and Helene (Schwab) Fuld; grad.
Columbia Univ., B.A., M.A., LL.B., LL.M., Ph.D.
Awarded Toppan Prize in constitutional law and six
other prizes; admitted to bar. Examiner of the N. Y.
Municipal Civil Service Comm'n since Oct., 1907. Ed-
itor Sabin's Dictionary of Books Relating to Amer-
ica (for Carnegie Inst, of Washington, D. C). Mem.
Civil Service Reform Ass'n, Phi Beta Kappa Soc,
Am. Acad. Physical Ed'n. Wrote a 600-page illus-
trated monograph entitled "Police Administration"
(G. P. Putnam), 1909; monograph entitled "Kings
College Alumni," 1913. Address: 299 Broadway, N.
Y. City.

FULLER, CAROLINE

Author, composer; b. Bangor, Me., Sept. 10, 1873; d.
Henry D. and Julia (Muzzy) Fuller; grad. Smith Coll.,
LL.B., 1895. Mem. Phi Kappa Psi Soc, Leader Glee
Club. Author: Across the Campus (Scribner, 1899),
The Alley Cat's Kitten ('Little, Brown) Puss Pan-
dora (Litne, Brown, 1906), Brunhilde's Paying Guest
(Century, 1907), The Bramble Bush (Appleton, 1911);
musical comedy: The Old Songs, Songs, The Shepherd
of the Day, The Quality of Mercy, Three Songs from
Robert Browning. Club: Women's University. Resi-
dence: Lakewood, N. J. Address: Women's University
Club, 99 Madison Av.. N. Y. City.

FULLER, CLARA McLEAN HEATH

Genealogist, philanthropist; b. N. Y. City, Dec. S,
1853; on father's side comes from Holland-Dutch an-
cestry, conspicuous in early Am. history and Colonial
and Revolutionary wars; ed. at private French schs.
of Miss Comstock, Madame Prevost and Mrs. Macaulev
N. Y. City. Studied art in Art Students' League, N. Y.
City, under instr'n of C. Y. Turner, Wm. M. Chase and
others; was first student in Sch. of Applied Design
for Women, founded in N. Y. City by Mrs. Dunlap-
Hopkins, 1S92; m. 1st, H. Courtney Manning, of N Y.
City; m. 2d, 1903, William E. Fuller, ass't att'y-gen
U. S. Actively interested in patriotic, philanthropic,
geneal. biog. and hist, work, and has won distinction
in various dep'ts of art; widely known throughout
country by her geneal. column in Sundav edition N.
Y. Herald. Was for many years registrar Soc Daugh-
ters of Holland Dames of N. Y.; also recording sec-
gen. D. A. R. during administration of Mrs. Charles
W. Fairbanks (wife of ex-v.-p. of U. S.). Mem. N. Y.
Geneal. and Biog. Soc, Soc. Mayflower Descendants,
Daughters of Holland Dames, D. A. R. Daughters of
1812, Nat. Soc. New England Women, Am. Scenic-
Historic Preservation Soc, Stony Wolde Ass'n for Con-
sumptives; mg'r N. Y. Home for Convalescents. Club:
Congressional, of Washington, D. C. (one of incor-
porators). Address: Care N. Y. Genealogical and Bio-
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FULLER, EUGENE

Burgeon; b. Wuyland, .Mass., May 8, 1858; s. Richard
F. and Addie (Reeves) Fuller; grad. Harvard, A.B.,
1SS0; M.D 1SS4. 'Prof, venereal and genito-urinary
surgery, N. Y. Post-Grad. Med. Sch; visiting genito-
urinary surgeon, City Hosp. and Post-Grad. Hosp.
Author: Diseases of the Genito-Urinary System, lUiil
(Macmillan); contb'r to medical publications. Ad-
dress; 252 L.xington Av., N. Y. City.
FULLER, GEORGE WARREN

Sanitary eng'r; b. Franklin, Mass., Dec. 21, 186S; s.
George Newell and Harriet (Craig) Fuller; ed. Mass.
Inst. Technology, S.B., 1S90, and at Univ. of Berlin.
Served under Mass. State B'd of Health at Lawrence
Experiment Station. 1890-1S95, and was in charge
there 1S93-1S95; in charge of tests for Louisville, Ky.,
and Cincinnati, Ohio, on most available method for
purification of water; practising since 1899, as sanitary
and hydraulic eng'r. Has acted In advisory capacity
in connection with filtration plants of N. Y. City,
Washington, New Orleans, Baltimore, Columbus, etc.
Clubs: Engineers, Technology. Residence: 160 Boule-
vard, Summit. N. J. Address: 170 Broadway, N. Y.
City.
FULLER, ROBERT HIGGINSON

Mg'r Publicity Bureau Merchants' Ass'n; b. Deer-
field, Mass., Sept. 14 1864; s. George and Agnes Gor-
don (Higginson) Fuller; grad. Harvard, A.B., 1S88; m.
Boston, June 13, 1905, Elizabeth Adams Clagett. En-
tered newspaper work. 188S, as a reporter on Wor-
cester Spy; went to Albany as editor of Albany Sun-
day Express 1SS9; on staff of Albany Evening Journal;
as asso. editor and political writer, 1889-1S95; po-
litical reporter and Albany legislative corr. N. Y.
Herald. 1S95-1907; sec. to Gov. Chas. E. Hughes, Jan.
1, 1907-July 1, 1910. Mem. State Water Supply
Comm'n, Julv 1, 1910-July 1, 1911; asso. editor Albany
Knickerbocker Press, July 1, 1911-Feb.. 1912; mg'r
Publicity Bureau Merchants' Ass'n of N. Y. While on
N. Y. Herald attended nearly all Nat. and IState Convs.,
and reported the Albany Legislative sessions from 1903
to and including 1906. Occasional contb'r to maga-
zines. Author: The Golden Hope, 1905 (Macmillan). a
historical romance of the times of Alexander the
Great. Gov't by the People, 1908 (Macmillan). Ad-
dress: Merchants' Ass'n, 233 Broadway, N. Y. City.

FULLER, WESTON EARLE

Civil eng'r; b. Phillips, Me., July 27, 1879; s. William
F. and Dora A. (Howard) Fuller; grad. Cornell Univ.,
C.E., 1900. Instr. in civil eng'ring, Cornell Univ., 1900-
1902; m. Ogdensburg, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1907, Bertha J.
Palmer. Mem. firm of Hazen & Whipple, consulting
eng'rs. Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Eng'rs, Am. Water Works
Ass'n, N. E. Water Works Ass'n. Mem. Alpha Tau
Omega fraternity. Club: Cornell University. Resi-
dence: Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. Address: 30 E. 42d St., N.
Y. City.

FULLERTON, GEORGE S. /"">

Educator; b. Fatehgarh, India, Aug. IS, 1859; s.
Robert Stewart and Martha (White) Fullerton; grad.
Univ. of Pa., A.B. (Phi Beta Kappa), 1879; A.M., 1'882;
Yale Univ., B.D., 18S3; hon. Ph.D., Muhlenberg Coll.,
1892, hon. LL.D., 1900; m. 1st, Alexandria, Va., Rebekah
Daingerfield Smith (died May 5, 1892); 2d, Philadel-
phia, March 8 1897, Julia Winslow Dickerson. Instr.,
1SS3-1S85; adjunct prof., 1885-1887, prof, philosophy,
1S87-1904, at Univ. of Pa. (dean dep't philosophy, 1889-
1890, dean of coll. and v.-p. Univ., 1894-1S96; v.-p. of
Univ., 1S96-1898); prof, philosophy Columbia Univ.,
since 1904; Am. Exchange prof, to Austrian Unlvs.,
1913-1914. Episcopalian. Mem. Am. fPhilos. Soc. Am.
Philos. Ass'n, Am. Psychol. Ass'n. Author: Prelim-
inary Report of the Seybert Commission on Spiritual-
ism (part author), 1S87; The Conception of the In-
finite, 1887; A Plain Argument for God, 18S9; On
Sameness and Identity, 1890: The Philosophy of Spi-
noza, 1S94; On Spinozistic Immortality, 1899; A Sys-
tem of Metaphysics, 1904; An Introduction to Phil-
osophy, 1906; The World We Live In, 1912. Address:
Columbia University, N. Y. City.

FURMAN, JOHN MYERS

Educator; b. Schenectady, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1866; s.
Henry Alonzo and Catherine (Myers) Furman; grad.
Schenectady High Sch., 1885; A.B., Union Coll., 1889,
A.M., 1892; m. Sept. 5, 1889, Anna Cuyler Rector, of
Schenectads'. Began teaching at Cambridge, N. Y.,
1889; owner and headmaster Irving Sch. (for boys),
Tarrytown. N. Y. Republican; Presby'n. Mem. Psi
Upsilon fraternity. Address: Tarrytown, N. Y.

FURNISS, HENRY DAWSON

Physician and surgeon; b. Selma, Ala., March 25,
1S78; s. John Perkins and Elizabeth Matthews (Daw-
son) Furniss; ed. Univ. of Alabama, Univ. of Va., M.D.,
1899. Interne X. Y. Post-Grad. Hosp., 1S99-1901; post-



grad, med. course, Berlin, Germany, 1901-1902. Since
then practising medicine and surgery in N. Y. City
Adjunct prof, in gynecology and ass't attending gyne-
cologist, N. Y. Post-Grad. Hosp., ass't attending sur-
geon City Hosp. Mem. N. Y. State Med. Ass'n, N. Y.
County Med. Soc, Am. Med. Ass'n N. Y. Acad. Medi-
cine, N. Y. Obstet. Soc, hon. life mem. Dallas County
(Ala.) Med. Ass'n; pres. N. Y. Post-Grad. Hosp. Alumni
Ass'n; mem. Pi Mu med. fraternity (Univ. of Va.),
Phi Delta Theta^ Univ. of Va. Alumni Ass'n, Ala. Soc,
Southern Soc. Clubs: Columbia Yacht, N. Y. Athletic.
Address: 393 West End Av., N. Y. City.
FURST, CLYDE

Educator; b. IS73; grad. Dickinson Coll., Ph.B., 1893;
AM., 1895; Litt.D., 1911; grad. student Johns Hopkins,
LS93-1897, and Columbia Univ., 1899-1900; m. 1900,
Mary Louise O'Neil. Lecturer Am. Soc. for Extension
of University Teaching, 1897-1S99; dir. Secondary Sch.,
1900-1902; sec. Teachers' Coll., Columbia Univ., 1902-
1911; lecturer and asso. prof., 1903-1911; sec. Carnegie
Foundation for Advancement of Teaching, since 1911
Address: 576 Fifth Av., N. Y. City.



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