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Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, July 15. 1S56; s. Solomon and
Bertha (Jaffe) Furst; ed. Public Sch. 6, Brooklyn,
Poly. Inst., Yale, A.B. (commencement orator), ls7ti,
Columbia Law Sch., LL.B., 1878; unmarried. Admitted
to bar May, 1S78, and has practised profession con-
tinuously since in Brooklyn; ass't corp'n counsel City
of Brooklyn during 1S94-1S98, had .charge of street
opening bureau: appt'd by Justice Gaynor, a comm'r
to widen Livingston St.; Croton Aqueduct Comm'r,
1910. First v.-p. Kings Co. Mortgage Co.; dlr. Mon-
tauk Bank. Republican; Hebrew; pres. Temple Is-
rael; trustee Brooklyn Bar Ass'n; mem. Character
Com., since 1911; Yale Alumni Ass'n of L. I., Soc of
Old Brooklynites, Brooklyn Young Republican Club,
Gilbert Council Royal Arcanum, Eagle Council Loyal
Addition; Montague Conclave, Heptasophs; Brook-
lyn League, S. Brooklyn B'd of Trade, Hebrew Edn'l
Soc of Brooklyn, Brooklyn Federation of Jewish
Charities; dir. Young Men's Hebrew Ass'n of Brook-
lyn; trustee Brooklyn Hebrew Orphan Asylum Soc.
Clubs: Brooklyn, Montauk, Republican (dir.). Resi-
dence: 115 Prospect Park W. Address: 215 Montague
St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Physician, writer; b. Eghin, Armenia, Dec. 15, 1856;
s. Gabriel and Serma; ed. Am. Normal Sch., Harpoot,
Armenia, 1875-1876; Central Turkey Coll., Aintab,
Turkey, 1878-1881; M.D., Univ. of Paris, France, 1883-
18S5; student in Columbia Univ. (Sch. of Polit. Sci-
ence), 1895-1897; m. Eghin, Armenia, 1877, Moriam
Jamgochian; one s.: Ooshim, b. 1882. Consulting phy-
sician and prof, practise of medicine In Azaria-Smith
Hosp., Aintab, Turkey, 1885-1886; came to U. S., 1886;
since then practising physician in N. Y. City; charter
fellow Med. Ass'n of the Greater N. Y. Author: The
Regeneration of the Armenians (in Armenian), 1879
(Constantinople); The Haik, semi-monthly review
(Armenian), 1891-1S98 (N. Y. City); Facts About Ar-
menia, 1895 (N. Y. City); Bleeding Armenia (in col-
laboration with A. W. Williams), 1S96; Principles of
Clinical Medicine (translated from French), 1901 (Ap-
pleton & Co.); Infectious Diseases (translated from
French), 1903 (Lea Bros. & Co.); Manquat's Prin-
ciples of Therapeutics, translated from French (D. Ap-
pleton & Co.); The Armenian Crisis and Regeneration
(in Armenian), 1905 (Boston); The Armenian Race
(Armenian), 1911 (Boston); The Armenian Dialect
of Eghin, and the Modern Armenian Language, 1912,
Vienna, Austria (honored with Izmirlian Prize of Ar-
menian Patriarchate of Constantinople). Pres. Arme-
nian General Progressive Ass'n, and Am. Section of Ot-
toman Red Crescent Soc. Address: 410 W. 23d St. N
Y. City.


Architect; b. Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 10, 1875; s.
Gerhard and Helen Rebecca (Allyne) Gade; ed. An-
derssens Sch., Christiania, Norway; Royal Ducal Gym-
nasium, Brunswick, Germany; Lycee Ste. Barbe, Paris,
France; Harvard Univ., S.B., 1896; m. Rochester, N.
Y., Nov., 1907, Ruth Sibley; children: Fredrik Herman,
b. 1908; Margaret Durbln, b. 1910. Architect of Roch-
ester Art Gallery, Strong and Anthony Halls, Roch-
ester Univ.; various residence in N. Y. City and coun-
try estates throughout eastern States, factories and
public bld'gs. Partner In firm Foster & Gade. Lu-
theran. Mem. Am. Inst. Architects; Knight of first
class of Order of St. Olaf (Norway) ; dir. Norwegian
Lutheran Deaconesses' Home Hosp., Brooklyn, trustee



Am. Scandinavian Foundation. Author: Cathedrals
of Spain (Houghton, Mifflin &. Co.), 1911, and constant
contb'r to various periodicals. Clubs: Racquet and
Tennis, University, Harvard, Genesee Valley, Roch-
ester. Residence: 107 E. 71st St. Address: 15 W.
38th St., N. Y. City.


U. S. consul-gen.; b. Limerick, Ireland, May 17, 1864;
s. Alderman Thomas Gaffney, J.P., and Agnes Mary
(Clune) Gaffney; ed. Clongowes Wood Coll. and Royal
Univ. of Ireland; m. Mrs. Fannie Humphreys. Be-
came active in all patriotic efforts of his time in sup-
port of Irish nationality, and was especially identi-
fied with movement under leadership of late Charles
Stewart Parnell. In 1882 came to U. S. and studied
for N. Y. Bar, to which was admitted, and, subse-
quently, became strong advocate of the principles of
the Republican party. Was sec. McKinley League of
State of N. Y. in campaign of 1896. Has been frequent
contb'r to magazines and newspapers on national and
internat. subjects. Has been an extensive traveler in
European countries, and was decorated with Cross of
the Legion of Honor (by Pres. Loubet, 1902, and King
of Belgians made him an officer of Order of Leopold
the Second, Feb., 1906. Presented to German Kaiser,
1907. Appt'd consul-gen. to Dresden, Saxony, toy Pres.
Roosevelt immediately after his election, and consul-
gen, to Munich, by Pres. Wilson, 1913. Mem. Am.
Irish Hist. Soc, Knights of Columbus, Gaelic Soc,
Irish Texts Soc. of London. Clubs: Republican (N. T
City), Royal Saxon Automobile, Dresden Golf, Ger-
man Touring (Munich), Touring (France), Royal Sax-
on Aviation. Address: Am. Consulate-Gen., Munich.
Bavaria, Germany.


Educator; b. Otsego County, N. Y., May 20, 1851;
s. Henry van Tassel and Lucy Ann (Grover) Gage;
grad. Cornell Univ., B.S., 1877; m. Morrisville, N. Y.,
Dec. 15, 1881, Susanna Stewart Phelps; one s.: Henry
Phelps, b. Oct. 4, 1886. Ass't and instr. In vertebrate
zoology, 1878-1881; ass't prof. 1881-1889; asso. prof.
1889-1896; prof, histology and embryology, Cornell
Univ., since 1896, Co-editor Am. Journal of Anatomy;
chm'n Section Embryology, Internat. Congress of Arts
and Sciences, St. Louis, 1904. Author: The Micro-
scope; Anatomical Technology (with Prof. Burt G.
Wilder); also contb'r to scientific journals on com-
parative histology and embryology. Fellow A.A.A.S.
(v.-p., 1885, 1892, 1899); mem. Am. Soc. Naturalists,
Am. Soc. Zoologists, Ass'n Am. Anatomists, Am. Mi-
croscopical Soc. (pres., 1895, 1906); asso. mem. Am.
Med. Ass'n; mem. N. Y. State Science Teachers' Ass'n
(pres., 1896); hon. mem. N. Y. State Veterinary Med.
Ass'n. Mem. Delta Upsilon, Omega Upsilon Phi (hon.
mem.) fraternities. Address: Cornell Univ., Ithaca,
N. Y.


Biologist; b. Morrisville, N. Y Dec. 26, 1857; d.
Henry S. and Mary (Austin) Phelps; ed. Cazenovia
Sem. and Cornell Univ., Ph.B., 1880; m., 1881, Prof.
Simon Henry Gage. Has made Investigations and
published numerous papers in embryology, especially
in reference to the structure of muscle, comparative
anatomy of the nervous system, comparative mor-
phology of brain and development of the human
brain. Fellow A.A.A.S.; mem. Am. Soc. Zoologists,
Ass'n Am. Anatomists, Am. Micros. Soc, Sigma XI,
German Anatomische Gesellschaft; also asso. mem.
Alpha Epsilon Iota (med. sorority); trustee George
Washington Memorial Ass'n. Address: 4 South Av.,
Ithaca, N. Y.


Dir. Brooklyn Botanic Garden; to. Norwich, N. Y.,
Dec. 23, 1872; s. Charles C. and Deora Josephine
(Darke) Gager; grad. Syracuse Univ., A.B., 1895; N.
Y. State Normal Coll., Albany, Pd.M., 1S97; Cornell
Univ., Ph.D., 1902; m. Rensselaer, N. Y., 1902, Bertha
Woodward Bagg; children: Benjamin Stuart, b. 1904;
Ruth Prudence, b. 1910. Laboratory ass't in biology,
Syracuse Univ., 1894-1895; vice-prin. Ives Sem., 1895-
1896; prof. biol. sciences and physiography, N. Y.
State Normal Coll., 1897-1905; ass't botany, Summer
Sch., Cornell, 1901-1902; lnstr., 1904; laboratory ass't
N. Y. Bot. Garden, 1904-1905; acting prof, botany,
Rutgers Coll., 1905; teacher of botany, Morris High
Sch., N. Y. City, 1905; lnstr. botany, N. Y. Univ. Sum-
mer Sch., 1905-1906; dir. the laboratories, N. Y. Bot.
Garden, 1906-190S; prof, botany, Univ., Missouri, 1908-
1910. Mem. N. Y. Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi; fellow
A.A.A.S., Bot. Soc. of America, Soc. Experimental Bi-
ology and Medicine, Am. Soc. Biol. Chemistry, Brook-
lyn Inst. Arts and Sciences, Am. Soc. for Planting and
Preservation of City Trees (v.-p.), Nat. Geog. Soc;

fellow N. Y. Acad. Science, N. Y. State Forestry Ass'n
(v.-p.), Columbia Univ. Biochem. Ass'n. Club: Torrey
Botanical. Address: Brooklyn Botanic Garden,
Brooklyn, N. Y.


Architect; to. Erie, Pa., Nov. 12, 1866; s. Richard F.
and Gertrude P. (Hall) Gaggin; ed. Syracuse Univ.,
Eeole des Beaux Arts, Paris; m. Jan. 11, 1911, Eva G.
Roe. Mem. firm Gaggin & Gaggin, architects. Mem.
Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, Am. Inst, of Archi-
tects. Mason. Shriner. Residence: 846 Ostrom Av.
Address: 920 University Block, Syracuse, N. Y.


Librarian; b. Louisville, Ky June 14, 1872; s. Ed-
win Samuel and Mary Elizabeth (Gibson) Gaillard;
ed. in schs. of N. Y. City; m. N. Y. City, Nov. 1, 1906,
Clara Sackett; one s.: Edwin Gibson, b. 1907. Mem.
editorial staff Independent, 1888-1895; traveled ex-
tensively in the West, Nova Scotia, Mexico, West In-
dies and Islands of South Pacific, contributing mean-
while to various periodicals. Librarian Webster Free
Circulating Library, N. Y. City, since 1897; super-
visor of work with schs. and colleges, N. Y. Public
Library, since 1903; appt'd sp'l investigator N. Y.
Puibllc Library, May 1, 1913. Pres. N. Y. City Library
Club; treas. N. Y. State Library Ass'n. Mem. Advis-
ory Council Internat. Com. on Moral Training, Y.M.
C.A.; trustee East Side House Settlement. Pres. Li-
brary Section, Nat. Ed'n Ass'n; treas. Chinese Literary
Soc; mem. N. Y. State Museum .A,ss-n, 1910; B'd of
Govs., Metropolitan Debating League, 1912-1913; pres.
Port Washington Free Library, 1913; sp'l lecturer,
vocational guidance. Teachers' Coll.; mem. Port
Washington B'd of Trade, 1913; mem. Volunteer Fire
Dep't Port Washington, 1913, and Vocational Guid-
ance Ass'n. N. Y., 1913. Club: Knickerbocker Yacht
Address: N. Y. Public Library, 476 Fifth Av., N. Y.


Real estate operator; b. Louisville, Ky., March 1,
1877; s. Edwin S. (M.D., LL.D., Ph.D.) and Mary Eliz-
abeth (Gibson) Gaillard; ed. Trinity Sch., N. Y. City;
m. N. Y. City, 1906, Mary S Bateson; one d.: Mary S. ,
Bateson. Entered office Stephen van Rensselaer
Cruger & Co., 1893, founded 1896, for purpose of mn'g
land grants and developing farm holdings of Kllliaen
van Rensselaer, who received property from Crown,
1629; admitted to partnership, 1897, firm changing to
McVickar & Co.; with partner, organized McViekar
Realty Trust Co., 1902, becoming 1st v.-p.; co. merged
with Empire State Trust Co., 1904, later with Em-
pire Trust Co., the realty and mortgage business con-
tinuing under McVickar-Gaillard Realty Co., and ins.
business under Gaillard & Co. Resigned as v.-p. of
Empire Trust Co. and became v.-p. N. Y. Real Estate
Security Co., 1908. Pres. and dir. McVickar-Gaillard
Realty Co., Gaillard & Co.; v.-p. and dir. Cedartown
Knitting Co.; dir. Josephine Knitting Mills Co., Wal-
mita Knitting Mills Co. Mem. Real Estate B'd of
Brokers, Real Estate Auctioneers' Ass'n, S C. Hist.
Soc, N. Y. Southern Soc. (gov.). Clubs: N. Y. Ath-
letic, City Lunch, Lawyers, Citv Midday, Knollwood
Country, Sea Bright Lawn Tennis and Cricket, Vir-
ginia, South Carolina. Residence: Hotel Gotham. Ad-
dress: 42 Broadway. N. Y. City.


Educator; b. town of Royalton, Niagara Co., N.
Y., Oct. 21, 1854; s. Absalom Graves and Emma Clara
(Hurd) Gaines; grad. St. Lawrence Univ., B.A., 1876;
M.A., 1879; Ph.D., Lombard Univ., 1892; m Canton, N.
Y., July 2, 1878, Campbelllna Pendleton Woods; one s.:
Clarence Hurd, b. June 1, 1879. Prof. St. Lawrence
Univ.. 1876-1896, and since 1900 (chairs Greek and
English literature). Engaged in journalism. N. Y.
City, 1896-1900, and for several years v.-p. Bachel-
ler Newspaper Syndicate. Traveled in England, Italy,
GTeece and Egypt, 1892-1893. Author: Gorgo, a Ro-
mance of Old Athens, 1903 (Lothrop, Lee & Shepard);
The New Cushing's Manual of Parliamentary Prac-
tice, authorized revision, 1912 (E. P. Dutton & Co.);
also various short stories and poems. Mem. Am.
Philol. Ass'n, Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Beta Theta PI
fraternity. Address: St. Lawrence Univ., Canton,
N. Y.


Business educator; b. Mossingford, Charlotte Co.,
Va., March 15, 1857; s. Richard Venable and Jane Vir-
ginia (Watkins) Gaines; ed. Hampden-Sidney Coll., A.
B., 1875, A.M., 1896; Univ. of Va., B.L., 1882; Eastman
Business Coll., Poughkeepsle, N. Y., 1882. Syracuse
Univ., LL.D., 1910; m. Poughkeepsle, N. Y., Oct. 29,
1884, Mrs. M. M. Eastman. Instr. mathematics and
Latin in high sch. at Fincastle, Va., 1875^1876; prln-



cipal of Elmwood school near Walton, Ky., 1876-1877,
Oakland Inst.. Pembroke. Ky., 1S77-1878, and oi High
School at Charlotte C. H., Va., 1878-1880. admitted to
111. Bar, and began practice of law at Chicago, 1883;
teacher in banking dep't Eastman Business Coll.,
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1SS4; pres. Eastman Coll., since
Nov. 24, 18S4; also pres. Eastman-Gaines Sch., 123d
St. and Lenox Aw. N. Y. City, whirh ho ostablish.-d
in 1892. Author: The Fanmr and His Future; Sim-
plified Shorthand; Practical Bookkeeping; Boys and
Business; Arithmetic for Business; How to Write a
Good Hand. Was organizer, 1898, and first pres. N. Y.
Ass'n Registered Business Schools; one of organizers
1896, and mem. of first Exec. Com. Harlem B'd ot
Commerce; mem. N. Y. Ass'n Academic Pricipals. Re-
publican; Presby'n. Mem. Am. Inst. Civics. Am. Soc.
Christian Phllosophv, Va. Hist. Soc, Va. Soc. in N. Y.,
S. A. R., Society of Cincinnati (Virginia Chapter);
Southern Soc. Clubs: Dutchess Golf and Country, Uni-
versity (Poughkeepsie) Lotos (N. Y.), Westmorelana,
Richmond, Va. Address: Poughkeepsie, N. Y.


Chemist; b. Mossingford, Va., Feb. 10, 1862; s. Major
Richard V. and Virginia (Watkins) Gaines; ed. pri-
vate schs.. Bethel Mil. Acad.; grad. Univ. of Va. 1883;
unmarried. In charge of private analytical and re-
search laboratory, Norfolk, Va., 1884-1S8S; chief chem-
ist State Laboratory of Va.. 18SS-1S99: in private busi-
ness 1899-1906; chief chemist N. Y. B'd of Water Sup-
ply, since 1906. During past ten years, made numerous
researches bearing on chemistry of materials of con-
struction, results of which were published in various
eng'ring and chemical journals, or in transactions of
eng'ring and chemical socs. Research work included
waterproofing concrete, the corrosion of metals and
matallurgy of same, the new alloys notably monel
metal. Democrat; Episcopalian. Mem. Am. Chem. Soc.
Am. Electro-Chem. Soc, Soc. Industrial Chemistry of
England, Internat, Soc. of Testing Materials, Am. Soc.
of Testing Materials, Am. Public Health Ass'n, N. Y.
Soc of Municipal Eng'rs. Va. Soc. of Cincinnati, South-
ern Soc, Soc of Virginians. Recreations: Horse-back
riding, fox hunting, partridge shooting, golf, yacht-
ing Clubs: Lotos, MacDowell, Chemists. Residence:
61 W. 55th St. Address: 147 Varick St., N. Y. City.


Physician, author; b. Carlisle, Pa., d. Thompson
Moore and Elizabeth (Woods) Gallbraith; g.-grand-
daughter of John Moore, officer in Revolutionary War;
ed. Public schj. of Pa., and Vassar Coll., 1875-1879;
grad. Women's Med. Coll. of Pa., M.D., 1884; post-
grad, work in Vienna and Munich, 1S84-1886; un-
married. Clinician and ass't gynecolog. staff Woman's
Hosp. of Philadelphia, 1886-1889; since 1889 practis-
ing in X. Y. City. Attending c-inician and instr. clini-
cal medicine N. Y. Infirmary, 1889-1903; attending phy-
sician to neurological dep't N. Y. Orthopedic Hosp.
and Dispensary. 1899-1908. One of the founders and
mem. N. Y Branch Vassar Students' Aid Soc. (pres.
1S92-1S93)': mem. Alumnae Ass'n Woman's Med. Coll.
of Pa (pres. 1897-1899); mem. N. Y. Co. Med. Soc, N.
Y. State Med. Ass'n, Am. Med. Ass'n; fellow N. Y.
Acad Medicine. Author: Hygiene and Physical Cul-
ture of Women, 1895; The Four Epochs of Woman's
Life, 1901; Personal Hygiene and Physical Training
for Women, 1911; also various contributions to medi-
cal and general press. Presby'n. Club: Women's Uni-
versity. Address: 99 Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Professor of mathematics; b. Appleton. Wis.. June 26,
1877; s. Rev. Sullivan French Gale. D.D., and Eliza-
beth Taylor (Felt) Gale; grad. Williston Sera., 1895;
Yale Coll., A.B., 1899; Yale Univ., Ph. D., 1901; m. Mt.
Vernon, N. Y., June 29, 1901, Mary Cotton-Walker
Tuke; two sons: Francis Marland, b. 1902; Arthur
Sullivan, Jr., b. 1912. Inst, mathematics Yale Coll.,
1901-1905; ass't prof, mathematics Univ. of Rochester,
1905-1906; Fayerweather professor mathematics in
same since 1906. Member Am. Math. Soc Deutsche
Mathematiker Vereinigung; fellow A.A.A.S. ; mem. or
Council of Ass'n of Teachers of Mathematics in the
Middle States and Maryland. Joint author: Smith and
Gale's E'ements of Analytic Geometry, Smith and
Gale's Introduction to Analytic Geometry; and author
of papers in various mathematical periodicals. Ad-
dress: University of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y.


Organist; b. Kew, England, March 12, 1862; grad.
Exeter Col!.. Oxford Univ B.A., 1886, and in music,
1889; m. Edinburgh, Scotland, 1892. Miss B. A. B.
Kunz, Came to U. S. 1890; organist Calvary Ch.
(Episcopal) 1890-1900. All Angels Ch. 1900-1910,
Christ Ch. since 1910; also organist and inst. in church
music of Gen. Theol, Sem. since 1901. Instr. musical

theory and composition, Gullmant Sch. of Music since
1902. Composer of many anthems, church services,
hymns, part-songs, etc. Address: 30 W. 21st St., N.
Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Unionviile, Ohio. Sept. 26, 1m;2; s.
Edmund and Ruby (Cowles) Gale; grad. Oberlin, A.B.,
1882, A.M., 1887. Engaged in practice of law, N. Y.
Citv as mem firm Strong & Cadwalader. Democrat.
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Delta Kappa Epsilon
Ass'n, Sons of Revolution. Clubs: University, City
Midday, Manhattan. Address: 40 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Surgeon; b. Sudbury, Suffolk, England, June 27,
1861; s. Rev. Walter and Sarah (Horsley) Gallant; ed.
public schools, Honesdale and Damascus, Pa., gram-
mar soh. Paterson. N. J., Coll. Phys. and Surg. (Co-
lumbia Univ.), M.D., 1890; m. Paterson, N. J., Jan. 1,
1895, Eudora Elliot Burkett. Interne St. Joseph's
Hosp. and Sloane Maternity Hosp., 1891; N'. Y. Cancer
Hosp., 1892; instr. surgery, N. Y. Post-Graduate Med.
Sch., 1893-1896; Polyclinic Med. Sch., 1896-1898; ass't
surgeon Lebanon Hosp., 1894-1S95; gynecologist North-
ern Dispensary, 1S93-1903. V.-p. and treas. N. Y. Sch.
Clinical Medicine; consulting surgeon, Jamaica Hosp.;
surgeon Baptist Deacon Home and Training Sch.. 1901-
1913; ass't gynecologist, Roosevelt Hosp., Out-Patient
Dep't, 1893-1906; prof, gynecology, N. Y. Sch. Clinical
Medicine; gynecologist, Westside German Dispensary.
Republican. Served in Co. A, Paterson Light Guard,
N. G. N. J., 1884-1888. Mem. Am. Med. Ass'n, N. Y.
State Med. Soc, N. Y. Co. Med. Soc, Am. Urological
Ass'n, Med. Jurisprudence, N. Y. Acad. Medicine, Med.
Reserve Corps, U. S. N., Am. Ass'n Med. Jurisprudence.
Soc Alumni Sloane Maternity Hosp.; treas. N. Y. Uro-
logical Soc; sec. 1900-1905; pres. 1905-1910; Class
Phvs. and Surg. 1890, N. Y. Recreations: Travel, golf,
tennis, sailing. Address: 70 E. 66th St., N. Y. City.


Surgeon; b. N. Y. City, Fe*. 11, 1860; s. Rev. Thomas
CD.D.) and Elizabeth Reynolds (Budd) Gallaudet; ed.
Anthon Grammar Sch., Everson's Collegiate Sch., N.
Y. Citv; Trinitv Coll.. Hartford. Conn., A.B., 1SS0. post-
grad, course in chemistry, 1880-1881, A.M., 1883; Co-
lumbia (Coll. Phys. and Surg.), M.D., 1884 (cash prize
for graduating No. 5 in class of 150 students); m. Los
Angeles, Calif., June 4, 1894, Elise, d. Col. William A.
Elderkin, U. S. A. Interne at N. Y. Hosp., 1884-1886;
student of medicine, Vienna and Berlin. 1886-1887;
surgeon Vanderbilt Clinic 1SS7-1890; ass't demon-
strator of anatomy. 1887-1891; demonstrator of anat-
omy. 1891-1905, adjunct prof, anatomy since 1905,
clinical lecturer on surgery and instr. in surgery
since 1890, Columbia Univ.; visiting surgeon, Bellevu
Hospital since 1890. Episcopalian. Mem. N. Y. Surg.
Soc, Ass'n Am. Anatomists, Alumni Ass'n N. Y. Hosp.
and of Coll. Phys. and Surg. Recreations: Fly-fishing,
golf, rowing, swimming. Club: University. Address:
110 E. 16th St., N. Y. City.


Merchant, banker; b. N. Y. City. Aug. 4, 1837, of
Scottish descent; grad. Yale, A.B., 1858; m. 1S68. Eliz-
abeth A. Williams; children: John Macy, Merrill W.
Began business life as clerk in father's store; is
pres. Merchants' Nat. Bank; for 13 years was v.-p.
elevated railroads; now dir. Manhattan R'y Co.; pres.
and dir. N. Y. Mutual Gas Light Co.; trustee Bowery
Savings Bank; dir. Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville
R'y Co., St. Louis Southwestern R'y Co., Southern R'y
Co., Texas & Pacific R'y Co., Wabash R. R. Co. Mem.
N E. Soc, St. Andrews Soc, St. Nicholas Soc. Clubs:
Union, Union League, Metropolitan, University, Yale.
Residence: 68 E. 55th St. Address: 42 Wall St., N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Waterville, Me., Oct. 22, 1873; s. Mark
and Rebecca (Peavy) Gallert; grad. Harvard Univ.,
A.B , 1894; LL.B., 1897. Of counsel for Gillette Safety
Razor Co., and Remedial Loan Dep't Russell Sage
Foundation. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Maine Soc.
Colby Alumni and Phi Delta Theta; Mason. 32 . Clubs:
City, Graduates. Address: 31 Liberty St., N. Y. City.


Public utilities; b. Ingersoll, Ont., Jan 9, 1872; s.
Henry and Mary J. (Luscombe) Galliver; ed. in com.
schs. Michigan; Albion Coll., Albion, Mich.; night
schools, Chicago, III.; Harvey Med. Coll., Chicago, M.D.;
one year at Chicago Law Soh.; m. Chicago, July i,
1901, Lillian Campbell. Was employed on Pere Mar-
quette R.R., Mich., serving in operating traffic, ac-
counting and exec, dep'ts; resigned as sec. to v.-p.
and gen mg'r to enter industrial field. Chicago mfr
U. S Graphite Co., of Saginaw, Mich., 1892-1893; sec.



anfl treas. Chicago Paint Co., 1894; partner in Merkel
& Co., produce comm'n merchants, Chicago, 1895-1896;
sup't and sales mg'r Monarch Cycle Mf'g Co., and Chi-
cago Sewing Machine Co., 1897-1899; scientific repre-
sentative Parke, Davis & Co., of Detroit, in Chicago,
since 1900; sales mg'r Am. Bicycle Co., Chicago, 1901-
1902; gen. mg'r Stearns & Culver Lumber Co., Bagdad,
Fla., 1903-1905; sec. and gen mg'r Domestic Sewing
Machine Co., and Nat. Sweeper Co., of Newark, N. J.,
1906-1908; with Harrison Williams, financing and di-
recting public utilities companies, since 1909. Pres.
and dir. Central States Elec. Corp'n, Springfield R'y &
Light Co., Electric Invest. Co.; v.-p., treas. and mem.
Exec. Com. Republic R'y & Light Co.; v.-p. and treas.
Federal Utilities, Inc., bankers: v.-p. Mahoning &
Shenango R'v & Light Co.; dir. Youngstown & Sharon
R'y & Light Co., Tucson Gas, Electric Light & Trac-
tion Co., and Utilities Securities Corp'n. Republican;
Methodist. Mem. Am. Economic Ass'n, Efficiency Soc,
A. A. AS. Am. Automobile Ass'n, N. Y. Acad, of Sci-
ence. Mason. Trustee Arlington (N. J.) Bid g & Loan
Ass'n. Recreation: Motoring. Clubs: Economic, En-
gineers, Recess, Sleepy Hollow Country (N. Y.), Upper
Montclalr (N. J.) Country, Osceola (Pensacola, Fla.).
Residence: 90 Magnolia Av., Arlington, N. J. Address:
60 Broadway, N. Y. City.


Educator; b. Hopkinton, Mass., June 19, 1860; s.
Henry Richard and Abbie (Lackey) Gamage; ed. West-
boro (Mass.) High Sch., Brown Univ., A.B., 1882; A.M.,
1885; D.C.L., Hobart, 1898; m. Delhi, N. Y., Sept. 23,
1886, Isabella Horner; children: Margaret, b. Dec. 27,
1890; Frederick, Jr., b. Jan. 13, 1896. Instr. Greek,
Delaware Acad., Delhi, N. Y., 1882-1885; principal Ox-
ford (N. Y.) Acad., 1885-1893; appt'd, 1893, lnsp. acad-
emies and examiner in English by Regents Univ. State
of N. Y., but resigned later same year to become head
master St. Paul's Sch., Garden City, L. I., which posi-
tion held 1893-1907; founded, 1907, Pawling School, of
which is now head master. Mem. Sons of Revolution.
Club: University (N. Y. City). Address, Pawling,
N. Y.


Contractor; b. Ballincollig, Ireland, June 22, 1835;
s. John and Eleanor (Parfit) Gamble; ed. private sch.
and Christs' Hosp., London, Eng., familiarly known as
"Blue Coat Sch."; m. London, Oct., 1862, Emily
Bishop (died May, 1892); one d., Eleanor Emily. Pres.
James Gamble Contract. Co., Public Utilities Co., Pat-

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