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Lockport, 111., 1881-82; Preceptress and Professor of Higher Mathematics
and German, in Upper Iowa University, 1882-84. President of Northwestern
Branch of Woman's Foreign Missionary Society for three years. President
of Rockford Deaconess Examining Board for two years. President of Rock-
ford District of Woman's Foreign Missionary Society.

Married Rev. Robert Henry Pooley (No. 377), 14 Aug. 1884, at Evans-
ton, 111.

Residence, 614 Peach St., Rockford, 111.

354. CLAUDIUS BUCHANAN SPENCER.

Born 20 Oct. 1856, at Fowlerville, Mich. Prepared at Howell (Mich.)
High School. A.B. 1887, A.M. Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa.
Editor Tripod, 1879-80. 1897, D.D., Lawrence University. Clergyman,
Methodist Episcopal, at Calumet, Detroit, and Owosso, Mich.; Denver, Col.
Member of Colorado Conference. Editor of Rocky Mountain Christian
Advocate, 1892-1900; of Central Christian Advocate, 1900 .

Married Mary L. Mitchell, 20 Oct. 1886, at Brockport, N. Y.

Children HELEN M., born 1887.

MARJORIE E., born 1890.
MILDRED I., born 1895.

Address, Kansas City, Mo., care of Central Christian Advocate.

355. POLEMUS HAMILTON SWIFT.

Born 24 Oct. 1853, at Palmyra, Wis. Entered from Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1884, A.M. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa.
Gage debate prize, 1880; Adelphic prize, 1880; Deering essay prize, 1881
Editor the Northwestern, 1881. 1883, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1888,
A.M. and Ph.D., Syracuse University; 1896, D.D., Northwestern University.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Member of Rock River Conference; pastor
at Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church, Chicago, 1883-85; Court Street
Church, Rockford, 1885-90; Oakland Church, Chicago, 1890-95; Englewood,



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Chicago, 1895-1900; since at Wesley Church, Chicago. Delegate to the Gen-
eral Conferences of 1896 and 1900; delegate to the Ecumenical Conference,
London, 1900. Member of American Institute of Philosophy and Chicago
Academy of Sciences.

Author of "Star in the West," (Curtis and Jennings, New York and Cin-
cinnati, 1898), and contributor to the Methodist Review for July 1898 and
1899, and May 1900, and to numerous newspapers.

Married Olive Lois Boynton, 20 Nov. 1883, at Keeseville, N. Y.
Children MARIAN ELLA, born 31 Aug. 1884; died 4 April 1886.
GEORGE HAMILTON, born 3 Feb. 1886.
MILDRED ELOISE, born 11 Dec, 1889.

ROSAMOND BOYNTON, born 11 May 1900; died 2 Feb. 1903.
Residence, 1009 N. Halsted St., Chicago, 111.

356. FRANK HILL THATCHER.

Born 17 July 1859, in Chicago. Entered from Aurora High School.
Ph.B. 1884, Ph.M. Beta Theta Pi. Lawyer at Aurora, III, until 1899;
since in Minnesota.

Married Edith S. Norton of Winona, Minn., 21 Jan. 1891.

Residence, 275 W. Wabasha St., Winona, Minn.

357. PARKER STEWART WEBSTER.

Born 17 Oct. 1857, at New Hampton, Iowa. Entered from Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. A.M. Delta Upsilon. Attended Union Col-
lege of Law, 1882-83. Lawyer in Dubuque, Iowa; within the past few years
has moved to Chicago.

Residence, Virginia Hotel, Chicago, 111. Office, 79 Dearborn St.

358. FREDERICK SEYMOUR WHEELER.

In college, 1877-81. A.B. A.M. In business in Chicago until 1899;
since in New York City.

Address, 11 Broadway, New York, N. Y.



CLASS OF 1882.

359. STANLEY PATTERSON BLACK.

Born 21 Aug. 1859, at Omaha, Neb. Entered from Central High School,
Chicago. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Sigma. 1885, M.D., Chicago Medical College.
Interne in Cook County Hospital, 1885-87; in the Royal-Imperial Hospital,
Vienna, 1887-89. Practiced medicine in Chicago, 1889-97; Instructor in
Northwestern University Medical School and Pathologist at Mercy Hospital
during same period. Since physician in Pasadena and Los Angeles, Cal.
Member of Chicago Medical Society, 1889-97; Los Angeles County Medical
Society, Southern California Medical Society, and Pasadena Medical, Society,
since 1898. Published various articles in medical journals.



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Married Ella Piper, 26 May 1892, in Chicago.
Children ADA HARRIS, born 10 May 1893.

GARDNER, born 14 June 1896.

MARY RAYNOLDS, born 26 June 1899.

Residence, 55 Orange Grove Ave., Pasadena, Cal. Office, 737 Buena
Vista St., Los Angeles, Cal.

360. ALVAH GREEN BRIGGS.
BROTHER OF Nos. 330 AND 535.

Born 11 March 1860, at Santa Clara, Cal. Prepared in Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. Beta Theta Pi. Editor Northwestern. In busi-
ness in San Francisco, Cal. With Sierra Buttes Gold Mining Co., 1884-96.
Married Laura J. Richards, 13 June 1887, at Sierra City, Cal.
Children ARTHUR ALLAN, born 1 Feb. 1890.
ELLEN GREEN, born 12 June 1891.
LAURA J., born 3 May 1895.
Residence, Newark, Cal.

361. *WILLIAM FRANCIS CARROLL.

Born at Henry, 111. In college, 1877-79 and 1881-82. A.B. Beta
Theta Pi. Editor the Vidette, 1879. Ran a stock farm at Corning, Kan.,
1878-79. Admitted to bar of Kansas.

Died 4 March 1885, at Las Vegas, New Mexico.

362. JAMES SIMPSON CONWELL.

Born 4 July 1859, at Winona, Minn. Entered from Lake View High
School, Chicago. B.S. Hinman. Phi Kappa Sigma. Hinman prize. Mem-
ber of Life-Saving Crew. In business in Los Angeles, Cal., 1882-89 ; wholesale
bicycle business, San Francisco, 1889-97; manager of automobile factory,
Indianapolis, 1897-1901; now in business at Anderson, Ind.

Married (1) Hattie Ruena Cone (ex-'82), 18 Sept, 1885, at Winona, Minn.;
she died 20 Jan. 1886. (2) Mae Hopkinson, 20 April 1891, at San Francisco,
Cal.

Children VALENTINE LAROOKA, born 14 Feb. 1892.
DELSY DYCHE, born 8 March 1896.

Residence, Anderson, Ind.

363. JESSIE HALE COWLES (BROWN).

Born 27 April 1861, at Cascade, Iowa. Prepared in various high schools
and Wisconsin State Normal School. Ph.B. Ossoli. Taught one year in
Fremont, Neb.

Married Rev. George Matthew Brown, 28 Oct. 1885, at Kansas City, Mo.
Children WALTER HENRY, born 14 Aug. 1886.
WINIFRED ALICE, born 20 June 1891.
GEORGE COWLES, born 13 Aug. 1893.
Residence, Derby, Conn.



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364. CHARLES WORTHINGTON DARROW.



Born 7 Dec. 1857, at Janesville, Wis. Entered from Northwestern
niversity Academy. B.S. Telegraph operator, 1871-75; train dis-
patcher; private secretary to President of Board of Underwriters, Chicago;
private secretary to Assistant General Solicitor of C. B. & Q. R. R., Chicago;
admitted to the bar, 1885; since county attorney, Garfield Co., Colo.
Married Elizabeth G. Morper, 5 Oct. 1885, at Elroy, Wis.
Children HELEN LOUISE, born 10 May 1888.
NICHOLAS JAY, born 22 July 1889.
ALICE GRETCHEN, born 9 Sept. 1890.
GRETCHEN, born 23 Sept. 1892.
CHARLES WORTHINGTON, JR., born 29 March 1894.
HARRIETTS ELIZABETH, born 31 March 1896; died 10 Oct. 1896.
HORACE FREDERICK, born 22 June 1897.
LESLIE JOSEPH, born 17 Aug. 1898.
HERMAN LEUTZEN, born 9 April 1900.
JANE ESTHER, born 22 Sept. 1901.
ARTHUR CLIFFORD, born 11 Oct. 1902.
Residence, Glenwood Springs, Colo.

365. WILLIAM ANDREW DYCHE.
BROTHER OF No. 707.

Born 25 May 1861, at Monroe, Ohio. Entered from Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. Hinman. Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta
Kappa. Graduate study in Chicago College of Pharmacy. Druggist. Mem-
ber of Examining Committee of Northwestern University School of Pharmacy;
alderman in Evanston, 1892-95; mayor of Evanston, 1895-99; president of
Illinois State Board of Pharmacy, 1900; president of Northwestern University
Alumni Association, 1891-92; trustee of Northwestern University since 1894.

Married May Louise Bennett (No. 606), 11 Feb. 1897, at Evanston, 111.

Child DAVID BENNETT, bom 19 Dec. 1902.

Residence, 1882 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111.

366. WALTER ALLEN EVANS.

>rn - . Entered college from Plainfield, 111., in 1878. A.B.

A.M. 1884, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Delta Upsilon. Clergy-
in, Congregational; at Maiden, Mass. ; at Fenton, Mich.
Married Helen Schlieman (ex-'85), 1 Jan. 1885, at Fargo, N. D.
Residence unknown,

367. NATHAN JAMES HARKNESS.

Born 4 Sept. 1852, at Starksboro, Vt. Entered from Northwestern Uni-
jity Academy. Ph.B. 1885, Ph.M. Adelphic. Delta Upsilon. Clergy-
Methodist Episcopal. Member of Rock River Conference. Pastor of
[ndiana Street, Asbury, and Sheffield Avenue churches in Chicago, 1882-89;



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Freeport, 1889-93; Ada Street Church, Chicago, 1893-95; St. Charles, 1895-
98; Sterling, 1898-1901; since at Marengo, 111. President of Anti-Saloon
League at Sterling, 1900. Author of "Epworth Guards" (Hunt and Eaton,
New York, 1894).

Married Maria Virginia Westlake, 26 Oct. 1886, in Chicago.
Children THOMAS KENT, born 1 Aug. 1887; died 18 June 1888.
CORNELIA VIRGINIA, born 19 Oct. 1888.
NATHAN JAMES, JR., born 27 Dec. 1891.
ISABELLA VINCENT, born 29 Nov. 1894.
PHEBE HELEN, born 10 Nov. 1896.
Residence, Marengo, 111.

368. EMILY MARCIA HATFIELD (HOBART).

SISTER OF Nos. 389 AND 660.

Born 14 Aug. 1860, at Flushing, L. I., New York. Prepared in Logan
Square Seminary, Philadelphia, and Northwestern University Academy.
A.B. 1887, A.M. Phi Beta Kappa. Deering prize. Missionary in Peking,
China, 1882-92. In Evanston, 111., 1892-93. Missionary, Tsun Hua, China,
1893-99. In Evanston since 1899.

Married William Thomas Hobart (No. 283), 3 Aug. 1882, at Evanston.

Residence, 620 Clark St., Evanston, 111.

369. LYDIA LUELLA HAYES JONES (TROWBRIDGE).

Born 28 Aug. 1859, at Evanston, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. . A.B. 1887, A.M. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Beta
Kappa. One year of graduate study in Germany. Taught in Red Oak (la.)
High School one year; Instructor in English and Mathematics in Fremont
(Neb.) Normal School and Business College, 1884-87; traveling and studying
in Europe, 1888-89; since teaching in Lake View High School, Chicago.

Married Dr. Edward Gilbert Trowbridge, 26 April 1898, in Chicago.

Residence, 342 Bradley Place, Chicago, 111.

370. JOHN LEE.

Born in Loughgall, County Armagh, Ireland. Arrived in Chicago direct
from Londonderry, July 1874. Entered from Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. 1885, A.M. 1882, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; member of Rock River Conference.
Chairman of a committee appointed by Chicago preachers' meeting to
agitate in behalf of religious freedom in Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru, 1895.

Author of numerous controversial pamphlets, including a "Reply" to
Archbishop Ireland's assertion that Protestantism did nothing for liberty,
a discussion with Alexander Sullivan on "The Part That Ireland Played in
the American Revolution," and "Religious Persecution," an examination of
Cardinal Manning's famous letter in the London Times; also contributor to
various religious papers.

Residence, Peotone, 111.




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371. ROBERT ALEXANDER McPHERRIN.

Born 12 Oct. 1860, at Knoxville, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni-

ity Academy. A.B. Divided Botany prize, 1880; class president, 1882.
inman. Delta Upsilon. Taught at Glenwood, 111., 1883; hardware busi-
ness, Ottumwa, Iowa, 1884-87; same in Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1887-98; ice
manufacturer, West Palm Beach, Fla. ; same, Berkley, Va., at present.

Married Minnie F. Haw, 8 Dec. 1885, at Ottumwa, la.

Child GEORGE ROBERT, born 14 Oct. 1888.

Address, Berkley, Va., care Berkley Ice Works.



372. FRANK WARREN MERRELL.

Born 4 Aug. 1856, at Lindley, N. Y. Prepared in Teachers' Institute and
Classical Seminary, East Paw Paw, 111. A.B. 1885, A.M. Hinman. Phi
Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. Deering prize. Member of Life-Saving Crew.
Taught in Northwestern University Academy, 1882-83. 1883, B.D., Garrett
Biblical Institute. 1890, Ph. D. from Illinois Wesleyan University on exami-
nation. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Member of Central Illinois Con-
ference; pastor at Magnolia, 1883-85; Princeville, 1885-88; Dwight, 1888-91;
Rock Island, 1891-96; Peoria, presiding elder, since 1896. 1902, D.D.,
Garrett Biblical Institute. Pastor at Monmouth, 111.
Married Amelia Persons, 26 Aug. 1876, at Sabbona, 111.
Children MORTON WILLIAM, born 20 Oct. 1880.

LLEWELLYN REUBEN, born 14 July 1886.
LLOYD F., born 13 Sept. 1887.
DWIGHT, born 19 Sept. 1889.
VIOLET AMELIA, born 6 March 1898.
Residence, Monmouth, 111.



373. PETER DOWNEY MIDDLEKAUFF.



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Born 17 July 1858, at Adeline, 111. Entered from Rock River Seminary.
Ph.B. Hinman. Delta Upsilon. Editor Northwestern, 1881-82. Manager
f sales, Deering Harvester Co., until 1901. Capitalist.

Married Emma May Prindle (No. 378), 26 April 18S7, at Evanston, 111.
Children MARJORIE, born 29 Jan. 1888.

ROBERT, born 17 June 1890.

Residence, 1761 Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111. Office, Chamber of Com-
merce Building.



374. HARRY HUNTINGTON MILLER.



KBorn 2 Aug. 1861, at Granville, 111. Entered from Evanston High School.
.S. Beta Theta Pi. Deering prize. Analytical chemist and assayer, St.
aul, Minn., 1882-84; mining engineer, Port Arthur, Canada, 1884-85; manu-
facturer of agricultural implements and in real estate business, Omaha, Neb.,
1885-89; assayer and mining engineer, Honduras and Nicaragua, Central




158 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1882

America, 1889-1900; since consulting mining engineer, New York City. In
City of Mexico, as manager of Balsas Valley Co. (13 Park Row, New York).
Member of American Institute of Mining Engineers since 1895. Has pub-
lished articles in mining and scientific papers.
Address, City of Mexico, D. F., Mexico.



375. WILLIAM HENRY OTJEN.

Born 4 Jan. 1854, in St. Glair Co., Mich. Prepared in Markham's Acad-
emy, Milwaukee, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1885, A.M.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Creston, Millidgeville, Erie,
Albany, Lighthouse, Rochelle, Oregon; in Rock River Conference.

Married Edith A. Bennett of Dodgeville, Wis., 8 Oct. 1884.

Children DUANE B., born 1885.
ANNIE M., born 1886.

Residence, Oregon, 111.



376. CHARLES EDWARD PIPER.

Born 12 June 1858, in Chicago. Entered from Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. 1886, A.M. 1890, LL.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Member of
Life-Saving Crew. Mann prize; Hinman prize, 1881. Practicing law in
Chicago.

Married Carrie L. Gregory of Indianola, Iowa, 15 Aug. 1882.
Children CARRIE E., born 1884.
LULA L., born 1887.
ROBERT G., born 1889.
MARGARET J., born 1892; died 1896.
CHARLES E., JR., born 1898.
Residence, Berwyn, 111.



377. ROBERT HENRY POOLEY.

Born 20 Jan. 1856, at Rush, 111. Entered from Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. 1885, A.M. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. Mann
prize in declamation, 1879, and second in oratory, 1880. Member of Life-
Saving Crew. 1894, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1896, D.D. Clergy-
man, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Joliet, 111. ; Trinity and Wabash Ave.
Methodist Episcopal churches, Chicago ; Appleton, Wis. ; Oak Park, 111. ; First
Church, Rockford. President of Northwestern University Alumni Associa-
tion, 1896-97. Member of American Institute of Christian Philosophy.

Married Martha Gertrude Skelton (No. 353). 14 Aug. 1884, at Evanston,
111.

Children LEILA JESSICA, born 15 Sept. 1886.

ELEANOR GERTRUDE, born 26 July 1888.
ELIZABETH MARGUERITE, born 10 March 1890.

Residence, 614 Peach St., Rockford, 111.



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378. EMMA MAY PRINDLE (MIDDLEKAUFF).
SISTER OF No. 291.






Born 17 Feb. 1860, at Elmira, Minn. Prepared at Evanston High School
d Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Chess medal and Deering
and Kirk prizes. Studied art.

Married Peter D. Middlekauff (No. 373), 26 April 1887, at Evanston.
Residence, 1761 Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111.

379. FREDERICK HILL SHEETS.
BROTHER OF No. 1203.

Born 25 Dec. 1859, at Mt. Morris, 111. Entered from Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. Adelphic. Beta Theta Pi ; Phi Beta Kappa. Deer-
ing prize; divided Botany prize. Editor Northwestern, 1882. Clergyman,
Methodist Episcopal. Member of Rock River Conference; pastor at Oregon,
1882-86; Sterling, 1886-87; Dixon, 1887-88; Blue Island, 1889-91; Richard
Street, Joliet, 1891-95; Court Street, Rockford, 1895-97; Grace Church,
Chicago, 1897-1901 ; since presiding elder of Chicago Western District.

Married Mary A. Hill (No. 411), 25 Dec. 1884, at Milwaukee.

Children ALISTER REID, born 1 June 1888; died 24 Feb. 1893.
FRED HILL, born 12 Oct. 1891.
FRANK, born 1 Aug. 1896; died 21 Aug. 1896.

Residence, 1604 W. Adams St., Chicago, 111.

380. ADELE SOMERS (HALL).

Born 3 Aug. 1861, in Chicago. Entered from Evanston High School.
B.L. Corresponding secretary of Chicago Public School Art Society; director
of Association of Collegiate Alumnae.

Married William Tileston Hall, 24 Oct. 1883, at Evanston, 111.
Children ELEANOR LORINDA, born 15 Nov. 1885.

RICHARD SOMERS, born 19 Dec. 1889; died 17 Jan. 1890.
EDWARD SOMERS, born 13 July 1892.
ADELE KOHL, born 12 July 1894.
Residence, 3519 Calumet Ave., Chicago, 111.



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381. ELLA MAY TARR (THOMSON).

In college, 1878-82. B.L. 1885, M.L. Delta Gamma. Studied in
Europe, 1885-86. Preceptress and Professor of Modern Languages in Uni-
versity of Southern California, in 1887. Ph.D., 1887.

Married Edward Thomson.

Child JAMES E., born 1889.

Residence, 415 W. Park Ave., San Antonio, Texas.

382. *SARAH EXCEEN WHITE.



Born in 1862. Prepared at Evanston High School. In college, 1878-82.
. B. Delta Gamma. In 1885 assistant principal of Belvidere (111.) High
School.

Died in 1887.



Died in



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CLASS OF 1883.

383. JOHN CONKEY BANNISTER.
BROTHER OF Nos. 26 MUD 51.



Born 15 Nov. 1860, at Evanston, 111. Entered from Northwestern Univer-
sity Academy. A.B. 1887, A.M. Adelphic. Beta Theta Pi. Adelphic
oratorical prize; Deering prize; Kirk prize. Taught in Princeton (111.) High
School, 1883-91 ; since, manufacturing superintendent of Western Tube Co.,
Kewanee, 111.

Married Frances Bryant, 25 Dec. 1886at Princeton, 111.
Children BRYANT, born 1887.
KIMBALL, born 1889.
ELIZABETH, born 1891.
LAURA, born 1893.-
JOHN HOWARD, born 1895.
FRANCES, born 1897.
Residence, 519 S. Tremont St., Kewanee, 111.

384. HENRY OLIN CADY.

Born 12 Sept. 1857, in Middlebury, Vt. Prepared in Middlebury High
School and College. A.B. 1886, A.M. 1886, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti-
tute. Delta Upsilon. Missionary and clergyman, Methodist Episcopal.
Preached in Wisconsin and Illinois, 1883-86; since, missionary at Chungking,
and Chentu, China. Member of West China Conference. On furlough in 1901,
representing the Missionary Society at the New England conferences. Re-
turned to China. Contributor to the religious press, notably a four-page
article in the Northwestern Christian Advocate, Oct. 1900, on the Boxer upris-
ing, entitled, "Atrocities of the Chinese."

Married Hattie Yates, 11 June 1894, at Elburn, 111.

Child A son, born 28 July 1896; died 31 July 1896.

Residence, Chentu, West China.

385. ANNA LYON CRANDON.

Born 13 July 1860, at Aurora, 111. Entered from Northwestern Univer-
sity Academy. Ph.B. Delta Gamma. At home in Evanston since gradu-
ation.

Residence, 1414 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111.

386. ASAHEL HOLMES DENMAN.

Born 29 Nov. 1859, at Sing Sing, N. Y. Prepared in Academy of
College of City of New York, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B.
Adelphic. Deering prize. LL.B., Iowa State University. Editor of
Vidette-Reporter, Iowa State University. Lawyer, Des Moines, Iowa, until
1888; Kansas City, Mo., 1888-90; Tacoma, Wash., 1890-92; Seattle, 1892-94;
since in Tacoma.

Address, 511 Fidelity Bldg., Tacoma, Wash.



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387. EMILY A. GREENMAN.
SISTER OF Nos. 304 AND 470.






Bora 14 Nov. 1858, at Fort Wayne, Ind. Prepared at La Grange (Ind.)
High School. Ph.B. Teacher; stenographer; employed with Scientific
American.

Residence, 1914 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111.

Office, Rookery Bldg., Chicago, 111.

388. MARTIN MEDBERY GRIDLEY.

Born 16 May 1863, at Milwaukee, Wis. Prepared in Evanston High
School, and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. Mann
prize in declamation, 1882; Deering essay prize, 1883. Phi Kappa Sigma;
Phi Beta Kappa. Editor Northwestern, Oct. to Dec. 1882. 1885, LL.B.,
Union College of Law. Practiced law in Kansas City, Mo., 1886; since then
lawyer in Chicago. Member of firm Paden & Gridley. Nominated on Demo-
cratic ticket for Legislature in 1890.

Married Ruth Louise Farwell, 4 June 1896, at Evanston, 111.

Child PEARL FARWELL, born 1897.

Residence, 416 Lake St., Evanston, 111.

Office, 1001 Ashland Block, Chicago.

389. JAMES TAFT HATFIELD.
BROTHER OF Nos. 368 AND 660.

Born 15 June 1862, at Brooklyn, N. Y. Prepared at Rugby Academy,
Philadelphia, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1886, A.M.
Adelphic. Kappa Nu; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Deering prize, 1882.
1890, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University. Student in Sanskrit, Canning Col-
lege, Lucknow, India, 1884. Professor at Rust University, Miss., 1884-85;
Principal of McCormick School, De Funiak Springs, Fla., 1885-86; graduate
student and fellow in Latin at Johns Hopkins University, 1887-90; student in
University of Bonn, 1890; since, Professor of the German Language and
Literature in Northwestern University. Attended lectures in Universities
of Berlin, Gottingen, Leipsic, and Oxford.

Enlisted 4 June 1898, as ordinary seaman in U. S. Navy for the Spanish-
American War; chief yeoman, 15 June 1898; served on the Yale in Cuban
and Porto Rican waters; captain of 5-inch Gun No. 5; discharged 11 Aug.
1898. One of the three Americans on the International Committee of Ger-
man scholars to dedicate a monument at Strassburg on the 150th anniversary
of Goethe's birth. Member of American Oriental Society; of the Modern
Language Association of America; of Deutsche Bibliographische Gesellschaft,
Berlin; of Board of Directors of Northwestern University Settlement;
president of Northwestern University Alumni Association, 1901-03.

Has published " The Elements of Sanskrit Grammar, " Lucknow, American
M. E. Church Press, 1884; "A Study of Juvencus," Doctor's dissertation,
Bonn, University Press, 1890; "Frey tag's Rittmeister von Alt-Rosen,"
Boston, D. C. Heath & Co., 1894; "Goethe's Hermann und Dorothea," with




162 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1883

introduction and notes, New York and London, MacmillanCo., 1899; " German
Lyrics and Ballads," Boston, D. C. Heath & Co.; (with P. S. Allen) "The
Diary and Correspondence of Wilhelm Miiller," Chicago University Press,
1903. In pamphlet form: "Beta Memories," a poem; an index to Gothic
forms in "Kluge's Etymologisches Worterbuch*; "The Northwestern Uni-
versity Chapel Service"; "Materials for German Composition," based on
"Storm's Immensee"; "James Russell Lowell," an address delivered at the
Lowell Commemoration, held in the Architektenhaus, Berlin; "The Church
and Art"; "Materials for German Composition," based on "Hoher als die
Kirche." Contributor to the Proceedings of the American Oriental Society;
American Journal of Philology; Deutsche RXindschau; Das litter arische Echo;
The Nation; Germania; The Dial; Modern Language Notes; New England
Magazine; Methodist Review; Publications of American Modern Language
Association; Americana-Germanica; Journal of Germanic Philology, etc.

Married Maude Hollingsworth Wilson, 13 March 1890, at Baltimore, Md.

Children HENRY WILSON, born 14 Sept. 1891; died 3 July 1893.
MARGARET, born 25 Sept. 1894.
THEODORE MERRYMAN, born 7 May 1899.

Residence, 617 Foster St., Evanston, 111.



890. ALFRED ERNEST HILLS.

Born in 1862. Prepared in Northwestern University Academy. A.B.
Delta Upsilon. Hinman prize. In 1885, herding cattle at North Park, Colo.
Residence, Rand, North Park, Colo.



391. HARRIET AUGUSTA KIMBALL (McWILLIAMS).

Born 22 Feb. 1861, at Black River Falls, Wis. Prepared in Black River
Falls High School and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Ph.M.,
1886. Delta Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. Botany prize, 1881. Instructor in
Northwestern University Academy, 1883-91; study in Paris, 1891-92;
Instructor in Academy, 1892-97; since, residing in Dwight, 111. Secretary
and treasurer of Association of Collegiate Alumnae.

Married John Pollard McWilliams, 5 Feb. 1898, at Evanston, 111.

Residence, Dwight, 111.

392. FRANK ELMER LORD.

Born 20 Dec. 1861, at Danvers, Mass. Prepared in Holton, Danvers, and
Salem High Schools. A.B. Adelphic. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa.
Manri declamation prize. Admitted to the bar in 1886, and since attorney
at law in Chicago with firm of Hamline, Scott & Lord. Director of Evanston
Public Library, 1893-94; director and trustee of Evanston Emergency Hos-
pital; member of council of Northwestern University Settlement Association
since 1898; secretary and treasurer of Alumni Association, 1885-87.



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