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ent Purchase Co. Pres. and dir. Interstate Electric
Co.; treas. Clarendon Syndicate. Recreation; Pedes-
trianism. Residence: 104 Columbia Heights, Brook-
lyn, N. Y. Address: 15 William St., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. Providence, R. I., May 20, 1857; s.
William and Elizabeth Amory (Ives) Gammell; grad.
Brown Univ., A.B., 1878; A.M., 1881; m. Providence,
R. I., Feb. 20, 1884, Bessie Gardner Bowen; children:
William Jr., b. March, 1885; Arthur Amory, b. Sept.,
1888; R. 'H. Ives, b. Jan., 1893. Mem. firm Brown & Ives,
Sturges & Gammill; dir. Providence Nat. Bank, Provi-
dence Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Inc., Mf'rs Mutual Fire Ins.
Co., Inc., Mechanics' Mutual Fire fns. Co., Inc., and
trustee Providence Inst'n for Savings. Trustee Butler
Hosp., St. Andrew's Industrial Sch., St. Mary's Orphan-
age; dir. Workingmen's Loan Ass'n. Recreations:
Golf, horseback, billiards. Clubs: University, Garden
City, City (N. Y.), Newport Golf. Newport Reading
Room, Newport Casino, Squantum, Hope, Agawam
Hunt, University (Providence), Providence Art, Psi
Upsilon. Residence: 170 Hope St Address, 50 S.
Malin St., Providence, R. I.


Clergyman, author; b. Boston, Mar. 13, 1840; s. Rev.
Ezra Stiles Gannett; grad. Harvard, 1860. Unitarian
minister; formerly located at St. Paul, Minn., and at
other places; now at Rochester, N. Y. Author: A Year
of Miracle; Biography of Rev. Ezra Stiles Gannett;
The Thought of God in Hymns and Poems (with Fred-
erick L. Hosmer); The Faith That Makes Faithful
(with Jenkin Lloyd Jones); Of Making One's Self
Beautiful. Address: 15 Sibley Place, Rochester, N. Y.


R'y official; b. Spring Valley, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1851;
s John and Mary (Clancey) Gannon; ed. public schs.
of Port Jervls, N. Y.; m. Jersey City, N. J., Sept. 24,
1874 Marietta Burrows. Entered r'y service as tele-
graph operator on Erie R'y, 1S68-1870; then with N. J.
Midland R'y as clerk, terminal ag't and train-des-
patoher, 1870-1875; traln-despatcher, 1875. and later
master transportation until 1881, Long Island R. R.;
supervisor trains Baltimore & Ohio R. R., 1881; gen.

sup't N. Y. City & Northern R. R., 1881-1886; gen.
sup't 1886-1894; gen. mg'r, 1894-1896, Staten Island
Rapid Transit R'y; pres. Staten Island R'y, 1893-1896;
gen. sup't N. Y. Div., Baltimore & Ohio R. R., 1890-
1896; 3d v.-p. and gen. mg'r Southern R'y, 1896-1903;
v.-p. and dir. N. Y. City R. R., 1903-1907; pres. and dir.
Norfolk & Southern R. R., 1907-1908. Pres. and dir.
Montana, Wyoming & Southern R. R.; dir. Broadway
& 7th Av. R. R., Fulton St. R. R., Met. Securities Co.,
34th St. Crosstown R'y, 23d St. R'y; trustee Emigrants
Industrial Savings Bank, N. Y. Address: 2 Rector St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Long Island City, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1877;
s. Frank S. and Marietta (Burrows) Gannon; ed. St.
Francis Xav'er Coll., A.B., 1898; A.M., 1899; LL.B.
(N. Y. Law Sch.), 1900; m. April 5, 1910, Frances Foley.
Mem. firm Gannon, Seibert & Riggs. Sec. Montana,
Wyoming & Southern R. R. Pres. Xavier Alumni
Ass'n, Xavier Sodality. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y.,
N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, County Lawyers' Ass'n, Rich-
mond Co. Bar Ass'n, Ozanam Ass'n, Friendly Sons of
St. Patrick. Clubs: Staten Island Cricket, Staten Isl-
and, Press, Richmond Country, Catholic, The Mum-
mers. Residence: 219 Bard Av., Livingston, S. I., N.
Y. Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Sugar refiner; b. Fort Ann, Washington Co., N. Y. ;
s. James H. and Helen Adelaide (Rice) Gannon; grad.
Cornell Univ., Ph.B.; m. 1899, Harriett Bacon Kimball;
children: J. Kimball, b. 1900; David, b. 1905, and Ade-
laide, b. 1907. Engaged on N. Y. Sun 7 years as finan-
cial writer; contrb'r of Action to various magazines;
financial editor N. Y. Times; now ass't treas. Am.
Sugar Refining Co. Address: 117 Wall St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Cambridge, Mass., July 14, 1853; ed.
public schs.. Boston Coll.; left to become mem. Soc.
of Jesus. Taught in Holy Cross Coll., Worcester, Mass.;
also chief disciplinarian. Lecturer logic and gen. meta-
physics, Boston Coll., and Jesuit House of Studies,
Woodstock, Md. Appt'd private sec. to Very Rev. Pro-
vincial of Md.-N. Y. province of Soc. of Jesus, 1890-
1891, 1896-1901; pres. St. John's Coll., N. Y., 1891-1896;
provincial of the Md.-N. Y. province, 1901-1906; mem.
Missionary Band since 1906; instr. of Fathers during
3d year of probation, since 1907. Address: Novitiate
of St. Andrew-on-Hudson, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, 1875; grad. Harvard, A.B.,
1892; course in N. Y. Law Sch. and admitted to bar,
1894; app'd by -Mr. Philbin deputy ass't dist. att'y,
1900; in 1901 made sp'l study of laws affecting the
police and their duties, and was assigned to assist
George W. Sehurman. tben in charge of police prose-
cutions; later had gen. supervision over cases pend-
ing against police officers, represented dist. .atty's of-
fice in its co-operation in the work of the Com. of 15;
appt'd ass't dist. att'y by Mr. Jerome Jan. 1902 and
served four years, having charge of the Appeal bu-
reau; treas. of fund raised for Mr. Jerome's campaign
for re-election 1905, and assisted in the campaign; re-
tired to private practice. Served on Probation Comm'n
appt'd by Gov. Hughes; one of Counsel for the State in
the litigation to test validity of the 80 cent gas law.
Mem. N. Y. Bar Ass'n, N. Y. County Lawyers Ass'n,
N. Y. State and Am. Bar Ass'ns. Clubs: Harvard, City,
Manhattan (N. Y. City), Fort Orange (Albany). Ad-
dress: Woolworth Bld'g., N. Y. City.


Physician; b. Knoxville, Mo., May 9, 1870; s. Jack-
son D. and Sarah (Creason) Gant; grad. Mo. Med. Coll.,
St. Louis, Mo., M.D., 1889; DD.D., William Jewell Coll.,
Liberty, Mo., 1903; m. Henderson, Ky, April 20, 1899
Susan Rankin Barret; one d.; Lucy Barret. Prof. N. Y.
Post-Grad. Med. Sch. and Hosp., 1899; specialist dis-
eases of rectum and anus. Mem. Proctologic Soc, Am.
Med. Ass'n, N. Y. Acad, of Medicine, N. Y. State Med.
Soc, etc. Recreation: Annual European trip. Clubs:
Greenwich Country, Stamford Yacht, Democratic, N. Y.
Athletic. Residence: (summer): Darien, Conn. Ad-
dress: 205 W. 57th St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. in Ohio, Dec. 26, 1869; s. Samuel H. and
Susannah (Stiver) Gantz; ed. Kansas State Normal
Sch.. N. Y. Law Sch., LL.B., N. Y. State Univ.; m. June
23, 1896, Addie Meade; children: Gerald Meade, b. May
7. 1897; Gwendolyn, b. Aug. 6, 1905 (deceased June 24,
1907); Muriel, b. Dec 2, 1909; William O., Jr., b. May
18. 1911. Engaged in practise of law since graduation;
mem. law Arm of Gantz, Neier & McKennell, 1898-1909.
Traveled to and on Pacific Coast, and has visited 30



States, Canada and Europe. Pres. and dir. Normal
Land Co., Leonia Estates, Leonia-Englewood Estates.
Independent in politics; Methodist. Mem. Com. of Lay-
men's -Missionary Movement of the M.E. Ch. ; mem.
B'd of Foreign Missions; B'd of mg'rs Missionary Ed'n
Movement; dir. Missionary Exp'n Co., mem. B'd of
Govs, of West China Union Univ.; mem. N. T. Law
Inst., and Silver Bay Ass'n. Address: 62 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Hoghi, Harpoot, Turkey In Asia, Sept.
25, 185S; s. Garabed and Khimm; grad. Euphrates
Coll., Harpoot, 1SS0; studied at Hartford Theol. Sem.,
1SS6-1887; B.D., Union Theol. Sem., 18!)'.); A.M. Colum-
bia Univ., 1907; m. Harpoot, July 12, 1S83, Sarah V.
Medzigian; children; Flora, Edward John, Virginia,
Robert Howard, Grace, Charles Harold. Was tutor in
Euphrates Coll., 1881-18S5; visited U. S. in 1883; or-
dained minister Cong'l Ch., 18SS; prof. Armenian and
English languages in Euphrates Coll., 1887-1897; re-
moved with family to U. S., 1897; missionary of Mass.
Cong'l Home Missionary Soc, 1S99-1901; pastor of the
Armenian Evangelical Ch., N. Y., 1902-1907; pastor of
the First Cong'l Ch., Osceola, N. Y., 1908-1911; pastor
Camillus Presby'n Ch., Camillus, N. Y., since 1911.
Author of an elementary grammar of Armenian lan-
guage, 1SS3. Writer of numerous articles in the
Gotchnag, an Armenian weekly, published in N. Y.
City, and the Avedaper, an Armenian weekly, pub-
lished in Constantinople, Turkey, by Am. missionaries.
Progressive; Presby'n. Mem. Syracuse Presbytery.
Address: Camillus, N. Y.


Manufacturer; b. in Va., 1864; s. Ramon and Mar-
garet (Thomas) Garcin; ed. Richmond Coll.; m. 1st,
Richmond. Va., 1885, Roberta E. Moon (died 1S96); 2d,
Edgewater Park, N. J., 1902, Elizabeth B. Noblit; chil-
dren: Frederick Ramon, b. 1887; Miriam, b. 1889;
Phyllis, b. 1893. Was mem. firm of Garcin, Moseley &
Bohmer, merchants, Richmond, Va., 1885; with Tren-
ton (N. J.) Rubber Co., as treas. and gen. mg'r, 1883;
established Combination Rubber Mf'g Co., of Bloom-
field, N. J., and N. Y. City, of which is pres. and gen.
mg'r; v. -p. Richmond (Va.) Leather Mf'g Co.; pres. Am.
Supplv Co., Arkansas Zinc Co. Republican. Club:
Lotos. Address: 30 Church St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer, author; b. Fayette, Mo., Nov. 23, 1855; s.
James B. and Sarah (Major) Gardenhire; ed. St. Louis
public schools. Central Coll., Mo.; m. Dec. 24, 1881,
Mary Jetmore; children: Helen, Frederick, -Marie, Sam-
uel. Admitted to bar in White Co., Tenn., 1S75; re-
moved to St. Louis, 1876, and practised there 4 years;
afterward practised at Topeka, Kan.; was admitted to
practice before Supreme Court U. S. : clerk Dist: and
Circuit Courts, Topeka, 1890; municipal Judge and
mem. State Legislature; traveled in Europe and the
Orient; removed to N. Y. City, 1895; mem. firm of Gar-
denhire & Jetmore. Republican; Episcopalian. Author:
Lux Crucis: The Silence of Mrs. Harold; The Long
Arm; Purple and Homespun; also various polit. and
economic pamphlets; contb'r to magazines. Recrea-
tion: Literature. Club: Authors. Address: 49 Wall St.,
N. Y. City.


Lawver and lieut.-col., U. S. A., retired; b. N. Y.
City, Sept. 30, 1839; s. Asa and Rebeka Willard (Bent-
ley) Gardiner; grad. Coll. City of N. Y., A.B., 1859, A.M.,
1862; Dartmouth Coll., A.M., 1864; Columbia Univ.,
A.M., 1869; N. Y. Univ. LL.B., 1860, LL.D., 1876; Hobart
Coll., L.H.D., 1896; m. 1st, Oct 18, 1865, Mary Austen
(died 1900). 2d, Nov. 5, 1902, Harriet Isabella Lind-
say. Admitted to N. Y. Bar, Nov. 1860. Appt'd 1st
lieut.. 9th U S. Inf., July 20, 1S66; 1st lieut., Feb. 14.
N. Y. State Vol. Inf., May 31, 1862; 1st lieut. and
adj., U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Feb. 11, 1865: 2d
lieut., 9th U. S. Inf., Julv 20, 1866; 1st lieut., Feb. 14,
1868; transferred to 1st U. S. Art'y, April 13, 1869; act-
ing dep't and div. judge advocate and asst. adj. gen.,
1871, maj. and judge advocate, Aug. 18. 1873, prof, law
(lieut.-col.), U. S. Mil. Acad., 1874-1878; ass't to sec.
of war. 1887-18S8; retired, Dec. 8, 1888, for disability in
line of duty. In Civil War served with reg't in Va..
1861; on regimental recruiting service, N. Y. City, July-
Aug.. 1861; resigned from that duty and resumed
practice of law. Under subsequent proclamation of
President calling for troops, raised" company of 22d
N. Y. Vols, and served with it In the 8th Army Corps
in Maryland and the Shenandoah Valley, May-Sept.,
1862; returned to service until June 18, 1863, as cap't
same reg't in Army of Susquehanna, and In 6th Corps,
Armv of the Potomac in Pa. and Md. to close of Get-
tysburg campaign at Williamsport. Md.; participated
In fight near Fairfax Court House; battles of Black-

burn's Ford and Bull Run; skirmish at Winchester,
Va., Aug. 30, 1862; combat at Sporting Hill, Pa., June
30, 1863; defense of Carlisle against Cavalry Corps,
Army of Northern Va., July 1-2, 1863 (in which was
wounded), and fight before Hagerstown, Md.; bvt'd
capt, U.S. V., for gallant and meritorious services;
awarded Medal of honor for distinguished services
during Civil War. Judge Court of Common Pleas, N.C.,
to fill vacancy, Jan. -April, 1866; dist. att'y N. Y.
County, 1897-1900; sec. Gen. Soc of the Cincinnati since
slnice 1884; pres. R. I. State Soc. of Cincinnati since
1S99; mem. Mil. Order Loyal Legion; mem. and in-
corporator U. S. Mil. Service Inst'n; one of founders
and incorporators Sons of Revolution; pres. Military
Soc. of War of 1812, since Jan., 1909, Col.-Commandant
Veteran Corps of Art'y, State of N. Y.; mem. Beta
chapter Phi Beta Kappa. Nu chapter Delta Kappa
Epsllon; deputy to L. I. Diocesan Conv. Episcopal Ch.;
mem. Standing Comm'n on Archives Gen. Conv. Epis-
copal Ch. Clubs: Union, Metropolitan, West Point,
Manhattan, Church, United Service. Address: Union
Club, N. Y. City.


Manufacturer; b. N. Y. City, Jan. 16, 1875; s. George
N. and Mary Elsie (Crane) Gardiner; ed. Wilson &
Kellogg Sch. of N. Y., St. Paul's, Garden City, L I ,
Brooklyn Poly. Inst.; m. Brookline, Mass., 1901, Alice
B. Mitton; children, George N., 3d, <b. 1903; Alice, b.
1904. Has made occasional trips abroad; mem firm
George Gardiner & Son; pres. and dir. Gardiner &
Percy Co. Democrat. Mem. Soc. Naval Architects and
Marine Engfrs, Soc. War 1812, Sons of Revolution, 7th
Reg't Vet. Ass'n, 7th Reg't Vet. and Active League
Ass'n (exec. com.). Recreations: Riding, boating, out-
door life. Clubs: Drug, Essex County Country. Resi-
dence, 343 West End Av. Address: 15 William St N
Y. City.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, July 4, 1852; s. William and
Elizabeth (Behan) Gardiner; ed. Seton Hall, N. J tak-
ing all degrees; unmarried. Was chief clerk and mg'r
for years of law firm of Bonney, Titus & Roe; since
then in practice for self. Democrat; Catholic Pres
St. Stephen's Young Men's Ass'n; mem. Knights of
Columbus. Recreations: Swimming, outdoor exercises
Address: 74 Cortlandt St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Harlingen, N. J., Nov. 1, 1850; e. John
and Margaret (Scoon) Gardner; ed. Princeton Univ.
(A. M.) and Union Theol. Sem.; m. 1st, June 28, 187n.
L. M. Crane; 2d, July 2, 1902, M. F. Marshman; chilTN.
dren: John C, b. 1877, O. C, b. 1878, F. S., b. 1904, \
James, b. 1905. For 27 years has been pastor of Flat-
lands Reformed (Dutch) Church, of Brooklyn, N Y
Visited Europe in 18S9 and 1892. Mem. B'd of Domestic
Missions of the Reformed Church in America. Resi-
dence: 1250 E. 40th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Address- 25
E. 22d St., N. Y. City.


Manufacturer, ex-state senator; b. Amsterdam, N. Y.,
1S67; ed. public schs. of Amsterdam. Learned broom-
maker's trade and several years later organized Gard-
ner Broom Co. with brother, Herbert P. Gardner, and
engaged in mf'r of brooms; has become one of the
foremost mf'rs of -brooms. Was mem. B'd of Super-
visors of Montgomery Co. Democrat. Elected mayor of
Amsterdam, 1902, re-elected 1904. Elected mem. State
Senate, 1908; app't'd comm'r State B'd of Claims by
Gov. John A. Dix. 1911. Address: Amsterdam, N. Y.


Insurance official; b. Wisconsin, Aug. 14, 1869; stud-
ied law; began ins. business with Fidelity & Casualty
Co., as sp'l agent in 1898; resident mg'r in Chicago for
New Amsterdam Casualty Co., 1901-1903; mg'r West-
ern Dep't in Sar> Francisco of .33tna Life Ins Co
1905-1906; resident sec. N. Y. branch, N. Y. Cltv, of
Accident and Liability Dep't, ^Etna Lire Ins. Co. 1.906-
1909; v.-p. and gen. mg'r of Commercial Casualty Ins.
Co. of Newark, N. J., 1910-1911; ass't gen. mg'r of Am
branch of The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corp., Ltd
of London, Eng., since 1911. Address: 59 John st'
N. Y. City.


Contractor, mf'r. Made sp'l study of polit. economy
and natural philosophy, and traveled extensively over
U. S. and Europe, and devoted much time to Investi-
gation in Europe. Elected mem. Assembly on Repub-
lican ticket, 1910. and advocated establishment of
system of compulsory Ins. and full compensation for
industrial Injuries to workmen. Address: 1216 Boston
Road, N. Y. City.




Novelist, lecturer; Ob. West Salem, Wis., Sept. 16,
1860; s. Richard Hayes and Isabel (McClintock) Gar-
land; ed. Cedar Valley Sem., Osage, Iowa, and at Bos-
ton; m. Hanover, Kan., Nov. 18, 1899, Zulime Taft;
children: Mary Isabel, b. July 16, 1903; Constance, b.
June 15, 1907. Taught sch. in 111., 1882-1883; took up
claim in McPherson Co., Dak., 1883; went to Boston
in 1884; began to write stories, 1887; went to Klondike
by trail in 1898; has summer home at 'birthplace. Has
traveled extensively from Alaska to Central America;
spends several months trailing in Rocky Mountains
every summer. Author: Main-traveled Roads, 1890-
1898; Jason Edwards, 1891; A Little Norsk, 1891;
Prairie Folks, 1892; A Spoil of Office, 1892; A Mem-
ber of the Third House, 1892; Crumbling Idols (es-
says), 1893; Rose of Dutcher's Coolly, 1895; Wayside
Courtships, 1897; Ulysses Grant (biography), 1898;
Prairie Songs, 1894; The Spirit of Sweetwater, 1898;
The Eagle's Heart, 1900; Her Mountain Lover, 1901;
The Captain of the Gray Horse Troop, 1902; Hesper,
1903; Light of the Star, 1904; The Tyranny of the
Dark, 1905; Money Magic, 1906; The Shadow World,
190S; Other Main Traveled Roads, 1910. Clubs: The
Players (N. T. City); The Cliff Dwellers (Chicago).
Address: The Cliff Dwellers, Michigan Boul., Chicago,

Artist, mural painter; b. Holmdel, N. J., Jan. 24,
1862; s. John C. and L/OUisa J. Garnsey; ed. Cooper
Inst, and Art Students' League; pupil of George W.
Maynard and Francis Lathrop; m. Redbank, N. J., Oct.
6, 1886, Laurada Davis; children: Helen L., Julian E.,
Laura, Arlo E. Has painted mural decorations in U. S.
Capitol and Library of Congress, Washington, D. C;
Boston Public Library, Bowdoin Coll., Yale Univ. Me-
morial Hall, State House, Providence, R. I.; Minne-
sota Capitol, St. Paul; Provident Bank, Baltimore;
Riggs Nat. Bank and Evening Star Bid's, Washington,
D. C; Prudential Ins. Bld'g, Newark, N. J.; Carnegie
Inst., Mechanics Nat. Bank, and Farmers' Nat. Bank,
Pittsburg, Pa.; Columbia Univ. Library, Stock Ex-
change, N. Y. Life Ins. Co., Equitable Life Assurance
Soc, University, Union and Tale Clubs, Bowery Bank,
N Y. Savs. Bank, Greenwich Savs. Bank, N. Y. City,
Electricity Bld'g, Music Hall, Fine Arts Bld'g, N. Y.
State Bld'g, at Columbian Exp'n (bronze medal); U. S.
Pavilion Paris Exp'n (silver and bronze medals);
State Capitol, Des Moines, la., State Capitol, Madison,
Wis Public Library, St. Louis, Mo., Guaranty Trust
Co N. T. City, U. S. Custom House, N. Y. City. Hon-
orary mem. Am. Inst. Architects; v. -.p. Nat. Soc. Mural
Painters. Club: Century. Address: White Plains, N. Y.


Consul; b. St. Louis, Mo., 1873; e. William and An-
tonie (Wiebe) Garrels; ed. public schs., Smith Acad.,
Washington Univ., St. Louis, Mo.; unmarried. For-
merly engaged in banking, and bond and stock brok-
erage business; circumnavigated globe 1900-1903.
Appt'd Consul of U. S. at Zanzibar, Nov. 27, 1907; con-
sul at Catania, Italy, Jan. 11, 1910; consul at Alexan-
dria, Egypt, since Aug. 22, 1912. Unitarian. Clubs:
Union, Khedivial (Alexandria, Egypt). Residence:
Consulate, Alexandria, Egypt.


Jurist; b. Newtown, N. Y., 1847; ed. at private schs.
and Flushing Inst., L. I., N. Y.; m. 1st, Roslyn, N. Y.,
1876, Eliza L. Eastman (died 1888); children: Lydia
Macy, Mary Lloyd, Grace Eastman, James; m. 2d,
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1897, Sara Wilson. Admitted to bar,
1869; sch. comm'r, Queens Co., N. Y., 1873-1875; sur-
rogate, 1880; county judge of Queens Co. 1886-1896;
mem. Greater N. Y. Charter Comm'n, 1896; justice
Supreme Court, 1897-1910; re-elected 1910 for term ex-
piring Dec. 31, 1917. Address: Elmhurst, N. Y.


Diplomat; b. Baltimore, May 19. 1872; s. Thomas
Harrison and Alice Dickenson (Whitridge) Garrett;
grad. Princeton Univ., B. S., 1895; m. Washington, D. C.
Dec. 24, 1908, Alice Warder. Mem. firm Robert Garrett
& Sons. Sec. Am. Legation at The Hague, 1901-1903,
to Netherlands and Luxemburg, 1903-1905; 2nd sec.
Am. Embassy at Berlin, 1905-1908; 1st sec. Am. Em-
bassy at Rome, 1908-1911; envoy extraordinary and
minister plenipotentiary to Venezuela, Dec. 1910-Nov.,
1911, and to Argentina, Nov. 1911. Delegate 5th and
7th Nat. Irrigation Congresses, 1S96, 1898; sec. Am.-
Russian sealing arbitration, The Hague, 1902; see.
Arbitral Tribunal in Venezuela Preferential treatment
case, The Hague, 1903-1904; Delegate Hosp. Ship Conf.,
The Hague, 1904, and signed Hospital Ship Conv., Dec.
21, 1904; was 11 times charge d'Affaires ad interim
at The Hague, 7 times at Luxemburg. 3 times at Ber-
lin, and 4 times at Rome. Men nternat.

Law, Archa?ol. Inst, of America, Am. Forestry Ass'n,
Nat. Geog. Soc. Clubs: Metropolitan (Washington),
Princeton (Philadelphia), University, Princeton, Nat.
Arts, Grolier, Strollers (New York), Baltimore, Mary-
land, Elkrldge Kennels, Country, Merchants, Bach-
elors' Cotillion, University, Charcoal (Baltimore).
Residence: "Evergreen," Govans Md. Address: Gar-
rett Bld'g, Baltimore, Md., and Am. Legation, Buenos
Ayres, Argentine Republic.


Banker; b. Baltimore County, Md., June 24, 1875; s.
Thomas Harrison and Alice Dickinson (Whitridge)
Garrett; grad. Princeton Univ., B. S., 1897; student in
history and economies at Johns Hopkins Univ., sev-
eral years; m. Baltimore, Md., May 1, 1907, Katharine
Barker Johnson; children: Harrison, b. April 27, 1911;
Johnson, b. Oct. 26, 1912. ' Partner in banking firm of
Robert Garrett & Sons; dir. Western Nat. Bank, Provi-
dent Savings Bank, Safe Deposit & Trust Co., Md.
Trust Co., Md. Casualty Co., Davison Chemical Co-
Roland Park Co., and Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co.;
prop'r Union News, weekly county newspaper. Re-
publican candidate for Md. House of Delegates, 1903-
1905, and for Congress, 1904, 1906, 1908. Mem. Repub-
lican State Central Com. of Md., Troop A, Md. N. G., 7
years; now mem. Gov. Goldsborough's staff with rank
of brig.-gen. Presby'n. Mem. Am. Hist. Ass'n, Am.
Oriental Soc, Am. Acad. Polit. and Social Science, Md.
Hist. Soc, Am. Forestry Ass'n, Am. Geog. Soc; trustee
Princeton Univ., Peabody Inst.; dir. Federated Chari-
ties, Baltimore; Y.M.C.A., Baltimore; pres. Social Ser-
vice Corp'n; mem. Johns Hopkins Chapter of Alpha
Delta Phi. Clubs: Tiger Inn (Princeton), Grolier, Uni-
versity (N. Y.), Metropolitan (Washington), Baltimore.
Maryland, and others (Baltimore). Residence: Ro-
land Park. Address: German & South Sts., Baltimore,


Physician and surgeon; b. Blawenburgh, Somerset
Co., N. J., Jan. 8, 1849; s. Peter S. and Hannah Dr-
weese (Boggs) Garrison; ed. public schools and Hope-
well Sem., Hopewell, N. J N. Y. Homce. Med. Coll.
and Flower Hosp., M.D., 1882; m. Kingston-on-Hudson,
April 18, 1883, Emma J. Hill; ch'ildren: Hannah, b.
1884 (deceased); Hilda, b. 1887; and John B., Jr., b.
1888 (deceased). Dir. Drug Proving N. Y. Homce.
Med. Coll. and Flower Hosp. Mem. visiting staff
Hahnemann Hosp. and sec. Med. B'd; laryngologist.
staff Laura Franklin Hosp. (exec, officer); Soc. Sons
of Revolution of N. J.; Faculty of N. Y. Homce. Med.
Coll. and Flower Hosp. Old School Baptist. Mem.
Am. Inst, of Homoeopathy, Homce. Med. Soc. of N. Y.
(ex-pres.), laryngologist to N. Y. State Dep't of Health;
ex-pres. Am. Homce. Ophthal., Otol. and Laryngol. Soc
Clubs: Meissen. Unanimous. Republican. Country
home: Hopewell, N. J. Address: The Sydenham, 616
Madison Av., N. Y. City.


Secretary of War; b. Camden, N. J., Nov. 28, 1864;
s. Rev. Joseph F., D.D., and Elizabeth V. (Grant)
Garrison; ed. public schools; later attended Episcopal
Acad., Philadelphia; Phillips Acad., Exeter; one year
Harvard Univ.; grad. Univ. of Pa. LL.B,, 1SS6; to.
Jersey City, N. J., June 30, 1900, Margaret Hildeburn.
Admitted to Philadelphia bar 1886, N. J. Bar 1888;
in active practice of law until appt'd vice chan-
cellor of State of N. J., June 15, 1904; resigned this
office March 5, 1913, when appt'd sec. of war. Dem-
ocrat. Clubs: Harvard <N. J.), Lotos, Lawyers (N.
Y. City). Address: Washington, D. C.


Lawyer; b. 1S54; grad. Phillips Acad., Andover,
Mass., 1871; Yale, A.B., 1875; Columbia Law Sch.,
LL.B., 1877; m. New Haven, Conn., Rebecca C. Brewster;
one son: Chauncey Brewster Garver, b. April 4, 18S6
(Yale, 1908, Harvard Law Sch., 1911). Mem. since
1884 of law firm of Shearman & Sterling, formed
in 1874 by the late Thomas G. Shearman and by John

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