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Residence, 1328 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 500 The Temple,
Chicago, 111.



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MINNIE RACHEL MOULDING (GOODSMITH).
SISTER OF No. 621.






Born 5 Nov. 1860, at Carpenterville, 111. Prepared in Lake View High
School. B.L. Ossoli. Alpha Phi.

Married Dr. William P. Goodsmith, 12 April 1888, in Chicago, 111.
Children WINIFRED PEARL, born 9 June 1889.

HOWARD MOULDING, born 6 Jan. 1891.
Residence, 957 North Clark St., Chicago, 111.

394. *MARY ELIZABETH NORTON (CLAPP).

Born 18 Feb. 1861, at Winona, Minn. Entered from Winona High School.
Ph.B. Phi Beta Kappa. Botany prize. Resided in Winona until 1889,
with the exception of one year of foreign travel (1888) ; afterward in Evanston,
111.

Married Dr. Eben Pratt Clapp (No. 334), 23 Jan. 1889, at Winona, Minn.

Died 29 April 1897, at Evanston, 111.

395. WILLIAM ABBOTT PHILLIPS.
BROTHER OF No. 675.

Born 18 Jan. 1861, in Chicago. Entered from Northwestern University
Academy. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. Student in North-
western University Medical School, 1883-85; Harvard Medical School, 1885-
87, degree M.D. ; study in Vienna, 1887-88. Physican in Evanston. Lecturer
in Comparative Anatomy, College of Liberal Arts, 1894-96.
Married Josephine Patterson, 21 Jan. 1891, at Evanston, 111.
Children ISABEL PATTERSON.
MARION.

JULIAN PATTERSON.
WILLIAM BUTTERWORTH 2ND.
ROBERT PATTERSON.
Residence, 1711 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111.

396. LOUIS SANFORD RICE.

Born 13 Nov. 1862, in Chicago. Entered from Evanston High SchooL
Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. Phi Kappa Sigma. In the book and stationery busi-
ness in Denver for two years; since engaged in the manufacture of engines,
boilers, and heating apparatus, Chicago. Secretary of Rice Engine and Boiler
Co. City collector, Evanston, 111.

Married Anna R. Ballard of Evanston, 25 March 1886.

Children DOROTHY, born 1887.
DONALD B., born 1891.

Residence, 620 Clark St., Evanston, 111.

397. ISABELLA ROSS.

Born 6 Nov. 1859, in Chicago. Prepared in Jefferson High School and
Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Ossoli prize. Graduate student



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in English Language, 1897-98, and 1900-02. Organist and piano teacher.
Graduated from Northwestern School of Music, 1885. At one time taught
Mathematics in Jefferson (111.) High School.
Residence, Lake Bluff, 111.



398. CHARLES HENRY SHARER.

Born 25 Sept. 1859, at Mt. Morris, 111. Entered from Rock River Semi-
nary. Ph.B. Beta Theta Pi. 1884, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. For
four years assistant postmaster at Mt. Morjis, 111. ; now merchant there.

Married Susie McMosh, 30 Nov. 1887.

Children WENTWORTH, MAX, BESSIE, RUTH, AND SAM.

Residence, Mt. Morris, 111.



399. AMOS RUFUS SOLENBERGER.

Born 1853, at Canton, Ohio. Prepared in Rock River Seminary
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Adelphic. Phi Kappa Psi.
1886, Ph.M. 1885, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. Studied
at Universities of Berlin, Paris, and Vienna. Physician at Itasca, 111., 1885-
95; in Berlin, Germany, 1895-96; in Chicago, 1897-99; in Colorado Springs,

Colo., 1899 . Member of American Medical Association and Chicago

Academy of Medicine.

Married Priscilla Hoffman Stauffer, 8 April 1885, at Denver, Colo.

Residence, 106 St. Vrain Court, Colorado Springs, Colo.



400. MERRITT EUGENE TAYLOR.

Born 24 June 1857, at Light House, 111. Prepared at Rock River Semi-
nary, Mt. Morris, 111. B.S. 1884, M.S. Hinman. Phi Beta Kappa. In-
structor in Northwestern University Academy, 1884-86. Student at Berlin,
1886-87; at Zurich, 1887-88; at Johns Hopkins University, 1888-89; electrical
engineering in Illinois, 1889-92; Instructor in Leland Stanford University,
1892-1900; rancher and irrigation engineer, Ceres, Cal, 1900 .

Married (1) Ellen Gammon, 30 July 1892, at Los Angeles, Cal.; she died
at Redlands, Cal., 11 Dec. 1892. (2) Hattie Hatch, 20 June 1895, at Oregon,
111.

Child DOROTHY, born in 1901.

Residence, Ceres, Cal.



401. NELSON PARLEY WEBSTER.

Born 30 Jan. 1862, at Kingston, 111. Prepared at Evanston (HI.) High
School. Ph.B. 1890, LL.B., Columbian University Law School, Wash-
ington, D. C. Topeka, Kan., 1884-86 ; New York, N. Y., 1886-88 ; government
civil service, Washington, D. C., 1888 .

Residence, Executive Mansion, Washington, D. C.









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402. *WILLIAM EDWARD WILKINSON.

Born 28 March 1857, at Lisbon Center, 111. Prepared at Jennings Semi-
nary, Aurora, 111., and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Deering
prize. Phi Kappa Psi. 1886, A.M. 1886, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute.
Instructor in Northwestern University Academy, 1883-84. Clergyman,
Methodist Episcopal; pastor at South Ottawa, 111., 1885; at Worth, 1886; at
Utica, 1887-88; at Warren, 1888-93; Hemenway Church, Evanston, 1893-97;
La Grange, 111., 1897-98; at Ogden, Utah, 1898-99.

Married Mary B. Swail (No. 439), 21 Sept. 1886, at Belvidere, 111.

Children WENDELL P., born 23 July 1887; died 13 Nov. 1887.
RUTH LOUISE, born 30 Oct. 1888; died 25 Oct. 1896.
WARREN EDWARD, born 3 Jan. 1891 ; died 21 Nov. 1894.

Died 21 Sept. 1901, at University Park, Colo.



CLASS OF 1884.

403. ZELLA FRANCES ADAMS.

Born 1 April 1863, at Marengo, 111. Entered from Evanston High School.
B.L. 1887, M.L. Ossoli. Special honors in English Literature. Teacher,
Clark University, Atlanta, Ga., 1884-86; high school, Bismarck, N. D., 1886-
87; Maywood, 111., 1887-89; Decatur, 111., 1889-90; grammar school, Chicago,
111., 1891-93. Student of Library Science, 1895-96; library organizer since
1897. Member of Chicago Librarj^ Club and the American Library Associa-
tion. Has published a series of articles on "Practical Hints on Organizing,"
in Public Libraries.

Residence, 624 Church St., Evanston, 111.



404. WILBUR FISK ATCHISON.

Born 9 April 1858, at Savanna, 111. Prepared at Jennings Seminary,
Aurora, 111. A.B. 1887, A.M. Delta Upsilon. Editor-in-chief, North-
western. Adelphic and Deering prizes. 1888, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference.

Married Rena A. Michaels, formerly Dean of Women, Northwestern Uni-
versity, 7 June 1893, at Albion, Mich.

Residence, 400 North Ottawa St., Joliet, 111.



405. LEON EDWIN BELL.



Born 20 Oct. 1857, at Weedsport, N. Y. Prepared at Olivet College,
Mich. A.B. 1887, A.M. 1895, S.T.B., Boston University. Studied also
at School of Oratory in the same institution. Delta Upsilon. Clergyman,
Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Orange ville, 111., after graduation. Member
of New England Conference. Preaching at Youngstown, N. Y., in 1890.

Residence, Lowell, Mass.



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406. *MARY ANN BENNETT.

Born 3 Aug. 1861, at Covington, Ind. Prepared in Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. Delta Gamma. Chess^gold medal.
Died 26 May 1887, at San Antonio, Texas.



407. FLORENCE MAUD CALL (COWLES).

Born at Algona, la. Student from Algona College. B.L.
Married Gardner Cowles ('82, Iowa Weslevan), in 1884.
Children HELEN, 1886.

RUSSELL, 1887.
Residence, Algona, la.

408. LEILA MOSS CRANDON (NOBLE).

Born 4 Nov. 1862, at Batavia, 111. Prepared at Batavia High School and
Northwestern University Academy. B.L. 1887, M.L. Delta Gamma; Phi
Beta Kappa. Taught in Lewis College, Glasgow, Mo., 1886; Minneapolis,
Minn., High School, 1887-88; Northwestern University Academy, 1888-97.
Traveled and studied in Europe, 1891. Member of Board of Managers,
Woman's Board of Missions of the Interior, 1897.

Married Rev. Frederick A. Noble, 1 July 1897, at Evanston, 111.

Residence, 532 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111.

409. WILLIAM HENRY CRAWFORD.

Born 6 Oct. 1855, at Wilton Center, 111. Prepared at Joliet High School
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1888, A.M. 1884, B.D.,
Garrett Biblical Institute. 1893, D.D. Adelphic. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta
Kappa. Adelphic prize; forensic prize; Deering and Kirk prizes. Business
manager of Pandora, the first college annual; president College Y. M. C. A.,
1884. 1902, LL.D., from Dickinson College, Pa. Clergyman, Methodist
Episcopal; Rock River Conference; pastor at Ravenswood, 1884-86; Fulton
Street Church, Chicago, 1886-89. Professor of Church History in the Gam-
mon Theological Seminary, Atlanta, Ga., 1889-93. President of Allegheny

College, Pa., 1893 . Lecturer on historical subjects. Member of Methodist

General Conference, held in Chicago, 1900; delegate to Triennial Conference
in London, 1901 ; one of the electors of the Hall of Fame.

Married Jennie M. Foote (ex-'85), at Batavia, 111., 24 July 1884.

Children JOHN RAYMOND, born 4 July 1886.
LUCY PEARL, bora 3 May 1892.

Residence, Meadville, Pa.

410. ALBERT DEAN CURRIER.

Born 29 July 1861, at Osceola, 111. Prepared at Neponset High School
and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. Hinman. Sigma Chi. Stu-



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died two years in Massachusetts Institute of Technology; also in Law School of
Boston University. Lawyer in Chicago.

Residence, 936 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111. Office, 103 Adams St.,
Chicago.

411. *MARY ANN HILL (SHEETS).

Born 11 March 1861, at Milwaukee, Wis. Prepared at Northwestern
University Academy. B.L. Delta Gamma; Ossoli. Class historian; Ossoli
prize essay.

Married Rev. Frederick H. Sheets (No. 379), 25 Dec. 1884, at Milwaukee,
Wis.

Died 14 Dec. 1900, at Chicago, 111.

412. CHARLES HORSWELL.
BROTHER OF No. 285.

Born 27 Nov. 1857, at Kingston, Ontario. Prepared in Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. 1887, A.M. 1887, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti-
tute. 1890, Ph.D., Yale University. 1901, D.D., Northwestern University.
Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. President of senior class; Gage prize;
Deering prize. Editor Northwestern, Oct.-Dec. 1883. Instructor in Greek,
Garrett Biblical Institute, 1884-87; Instructor in Greek and Hebrew, same
institution, 1887-92; Assistant Professor of Hebrew, same, 1891; Professor of
Hebrew, Northwestern University, 1892; Professor of Hebrew Language and
Literature, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1894-1902.

Married Helen Miranda Redfield (No. 418) of Evanston, 111., 3 Sept. 1887.

Children LAURENCE ALDEN, born 5 July 1892.
HELEN CAROL, born 9 Nov. 1895.
RICHARD REDFIELD, born 8 June 1899.

Residence, 802 Second Ave., South, Minneapolis, Minn.

413. ADELLA GOODRICH MALTBIE (DICKMAN).

Born 11 Oct. 1860, at Squaw Grove, 111. B,L. 1887, M.L. Alpha Phi;
Ossoli. Taught in Upper Iowa University, Fayette, Iowa, 1884-89.
Married Professor John W. Dickman, 20 Aug. 1889, at Hinckley, 111.
Children JOHN MILO, born 5 Nov. 1898.

PAUL ; died.
Residence, 85 West 118th St., New York, N. Y.

414. GEORGE PECK MERRICK.

Born 4 Oct. 1862, at Manteno, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University
Academy. B.L. Hinman. Sigma Chi. Gage prize; Deering prize. Presi-
dent Alumni Association, 1894-95. Lawyer in Chicago. Alderman of
Evanston, 1892-94. Civil service commissioner, 1894-95. Member of
Chicago Bar Association, Illinois Bar Association, American Bar Association.
Assistant secretary of Board of Trustees, Northwestern University, 1898-1901.
Trustee of Northwestern University, 1902 .



Trustee



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Married Grace Thompson ('80, Music School), 21 Jan. 1885, at Galesburg,
111.

Children GEORGE CLINTON, born 18 Jan. 1886.
GRACE WILLITS, born 1 Oct. 1890.
THOMPSON, born 29 March 1900.

Residence, 1322 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 100 Washington St.,
Chicago.

415. EDMUND BOOTH PATTERSON.

Born 1 March 1862, at Batley, England. Prepared in Constantine (Mich.)
High School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1887, A.M.
1892, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. 1899, D.D., Northwestern University.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Stevensville, Vandalia, New
Buffalo, Benton Harbor, Manistee, and Lansing, Mich. ; also in Erie and Bal-
timore Conferences. Professor of Greek in Benton Harbor College, 1890-
92. Pastor Madison Avenue Church, Baltimore, Md., 1899.

Residence, 1325 Madison Ave., Baltimore, Md.

416. CHARLES GRIFFIN PLUMMER.

Born 1 Jan. 1859, Chicago, 111. Prepared at Taw Paw, 111. B.L. 1886,
M.D., Chicago Medical College, Northwestern University. Hinman. Delta
Upsilon. Member of Life-Saving Crew. Railway surgeon, Wallace, Idaho,
1888-90. Post-graduate work in New York City, 1890-91. Practicing medi-
cine in Salt Lake City since 1891. Lay delegate from Utah to Ecumenical
Missionary Conference in New York, 1900. Fellow of American Academy of
Medicine. Vice-president American Medical Association, 1889-1901. Mem-
ber of Utah State Medical Society. Treasurer of Rocky Mountain Interstate
Medical Society. Has published "The Surgical Treatment of Tubercular
Disease" and "The Radical Treatment of Club-foot."

Married Anna L. Colburn, 30 April 1890, at Lewisburg, Pa.

Residence, 535 East 1st South St., Salt Lake City, Utah.

417. CHARLES SALISBURY RADDIN.

Born 29 Jan. 1863, in Linn, Mass. Prepared at Chauncey Hall, Boston,
Mass., and Northwestern University Academy. B.S. 1890, M.S. Hinman.
Phi Kappa Sigma. Mann declamation prize, 1882. Deering prize, 1884.
Editor-in-chief of the first college annual, called Pandora. Manufacturer
of interior woodwork, Chicago, 111. Vice-president and trustee, Chicago
Academy of Sciences; secretary, Natural History Survey of Chicago. Pub-
lished "Flora of Evanston and Vicinity," 1883; "Determination of Wood
Species by Cell Marking," 1886; joint author of "Flora of Cook County, Illinois,
and a Part of Lake County, Indiana," 1890. Co-editor of publications of
Chicago Academy of Sciences.

Married Belle E. Ailing (No. 491), 28 June 1892, at Evanston, 111.

Child LOUISE, born 4 Jan. 1898.

Residence, 2032 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111.






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418. HELEN MIRANDA REDFIELD (HORSWELL).

Born 9 Dec. 1861, at Beaver Dam, Wis. Prepared in Evanston High
School. Ph.B. 1887, Ph.M. Delta Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. Taught in
high school at Beloit, Wis., 1884-87.

Married Charles Horswell (No. 412), 3 Sept. 1887, at Evanston, 111.

Residence, 802 Second Ave., South, Minneapolis, Minn.

419. WILLIAM DURHAM SARGENT.

Born 16 June 1863, at Lynn, Mass. Prepared in high schools of Des
Moines, la., and Evanston, 111. A.B. 1890, A.M. Phi Kappa Sigma.
Studied mechanical engineering at Boston, Mass.; mining in Montana; in
machinery department, Pullman, 111., and in iron foundry in New York, 1886-
87. President Sargent Company, Chicago, 111., until 1 Jan. 1902; since then
president American Brake Shoe and Foundry Co., New York City.

Residence, 2345 Broadway, New York, N. Y.

420. FRANCES SIMPSON.

Born 18 May 1863, at Burtonsville, N. Y. Prepared at Packer Collegiate
Institute, Fulton, N. Y. B.L. 1888, M.L. Ossoli. Kappa Kappa Gamma;
Phi Beta Kappa. Student in Berlin, Germany, 1889-90. Graduate student
in Gothic and Anglo-Saxon, Northwestern University, 1893-94; University of
Illinois, 1898-99. Taught in the high school at Troy, N. Y., 1885-87; at
Decatur, 111., 1887-89 and 1890-91 ; at Rockford, 111., 1891-93; and at Pontiac,
111., 1894-98. Librarian, Chicago Institute, 1899-1901; Instructor, Library
School of University of Illinois. Compiled catalogue of Evanston authors,
pamphlet, 32 pages, published 1900, by City Library of Evanston, 111.

Residence, care University of Illinois, Champaign, 111.



CLASS OF 1885.

421. *OWEN WHEATON BATTEY, JR.

rn 21 May 1861. Prepared in Northwestern University Academy.
A.B. Delta Upsilon. Admitted to bar of the State of Colorado in 1889.
Police magistrate for ninety days prior to his death.
Died 3 Oct. 1889, at Colorado Springs, Colo.




422. DAVID HESTER BLOOM.



Born 29 Oct. 1859, at Tiskilwa, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University
cademy. A.B. 1887, LL.B., Northwestern University. Hinman. Beta

Theta Pi; Phi Delta Phi. Second prize in debate; Deering prize. Lawyer.

Chicago, 1887-88; Cherokee, la., 1888-93; Chattanooga, Tenn., 1893 .

Mayor of Cherokee, la., 1892-93. Member of Chattanooga Bar and Law

Library Association since 1897. Professor Law of Real Property, Law Dept.
f Grant University, 1901 .



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170 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1885

Married Ellen M. Sawyer (No. 435), 9 Jan. 1889, at Streator, 111.
Child MARGARET, born 31 March 1893.
Residence, 110 Wiehl Block, Chattanooga, Tenn.

423. SAMUEL LAMBERT BODDY.

Born 27 June 1859, at Newberg, Ont. Prepared in the high school of
Cherokee, la., and in Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Beta Theta
Pi. Hinman. Manager of second college annual, then first called the
Syllabus. Lawyer, Cherokee, la., 1885-92; Chattanooga, Tenn., since 1892.
Married Nellie Wells (ex-'85), 14 March 4888.
Children MILDRED, born 13 Sept. 1889.

DONALD W., born 26 May 1893.
KATHYRINE HELEN, born 16 May 1897.
Residence, 110 Wiehl Block, Chattanooga, Tenn.

424. WILLIAM GATHER CHASE.

Born 18 May 1861, at Lebanon, 111. Prepared in Chaddock College,
Quincy, 111. A.B. Deering prize. Canvasser for books, 1885-87. Carpen-
ter, 1887 .

Residence, Baker City, Ore.

425. FRANK COOK.

Born 3 March 1860, at Chicago, 111. Prepared at Cook County Normal
School (111.) and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1888, A.M.
Delta Upsilon. Editor-in-chief of the second college annual, then first
called the Syllabus. Taught school three years, then went into business.
President of Board of Education, Geneseo, 111. Captain of Company B,
Sixth Regiment, Illinois National Guard, for four years.

Married Mary Ellen Worrall, 17 June 1890, at Geneseo, 111.

Child EDITH, born 30 July 1894.

Residence, Geneseo, 111.

426. WILLIAM DYER FULLERTON.

Bom 18 Aug. 1865, in Freedom Tp., LaSalle Co., 111. Prepared at Ritten-
house Academy, Washington, D. C. A.B. 1888, A.M. Beta Theta Pi;
Phi Beta Kappa. 1889, LL.B., Columbia University Law School. Phi
Delta Phi. Business manager the Northwestern, 1884; editor of same, Jan.-
May 1885. Teacher, Franklin School, Cincinnati, O., 1885-87; Woodbridge
School, New York, 1887-88; Master in Berkley School, New York, 1888-89.

Lawyer, Chicago, 1890-94; Ottawa, 111., 1894 . Member of lUinois State

Bar Association.

Address, 609 La Salle St., Ottawa, 111.

427. MARY HENRY (ROSSITER).

Born 9 June 1863, at East Homer, N. Y. Prepared in Northwestern
University Academy. 1881-85, A.B. 1888, A.M. Alpha Phi. Ossoli.



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Chess medal, 1884. Marcy Botany prize, 1884; Deering prize. Teacher,
editor, journalist, author. Resided in Central City, Neb., 1885-86;
Evanston, 111., 1886-91; Paris, France, 1891-92; Evanston, 111., 1892-94;
Fayette, la., 1894-96; Cazenovia, N. Y., 1896-97; Battle Creek, Mich., 1897-
1902 ; Evanston, 111., 1902 . Has published "My Mother's Life : The Evo-
lution of a Recluse," Chicago, 1900. Assistant editor of the magazine Good
Health. With her husband is author of "The Story of a Living Temple,"
1902.

Married Dr. Frederick M. Rossiter, 29 Dec. 1897, at Battle Creek, Mich.

Children HENRY McNAiR, born 25 June 1899.
MARGARET, born 16 May 1901.

Residence, 614 Church St., Evanston, 111.

428. EDWARD DUNN HUXFORD.

Born 27 July 1863, at Albion, Mich. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. B.S. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. In the banking
business in Chicago, 111., and Cherokee, la. Elected president of Iowa Bank-
ers' Association, 14 June 1900.

Married Eva R. Biddle, 10 Sept. 1891, at Cherokee, la.

CVu'W HELEN C., born 14 Sept. 1892.

Residence, Cherokee, la.

429. WILLIAM RUSSELL LIGHT.

Born 3 April 1861, at Beaver, Minn. Prepared in Iowa Wesley an Uni-
versity. A.B. 1888, A.M. Editor Northwestern. Instructor in Ancient
Languages, Vermont Methodist Seminary and Female College, Montpelier,
Vt., 1885-86; principal of Preparatory Department of Iowa Wesley an Uni-
versity, Mt. Pleasant, la., 1886-87. Agent, St. L. & S. F. R. R., Davidson,
Kan., 1887-89. Took up homestead at El Reno, O. T., 1889. Professor of
Natural Sciences, Southwest Kansas College, Winfield, Kan., 1890-91. In
business at Enid, Okla., 1892-99. Cashier and operator, C. O. & G. R. R.,
Geary, Okla., 1899-1902. Investigator, F. C. A. Department, C. O. &. G.
R. R., Little Rock, Ark., 1902 .

Married Mary Ellen Dorsey, 4 Oct. 1897, at El Reno, Okla.

Children ENID BEATRICE, born 17 July 1898; died 7 Dec. 1902.
ETHEL MARGUERITE, born 11 Dec. 1900.

Address, Little Rock, Ark., care Freight Claim Department, C. O. & G.
R. R.

430. EUGENE EDWARD McDERMOTT.

Born 17 Sept. 1859, at Fennimore, Wis. Prepared at State Normal
School, Platteville, Wis., and Northwestern University Academy. B.S.
1888, M.S. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. Read law in office one year;
principal of high school, Lancaster, Wis., two years ; graduate work, Cumnock
School of Oratory, two years; Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, University of
Minnesota.

Married Marie Antoinette Bock, 20 April 1891, at Lancaster, Wis.

Residence, 1307 Sixth St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn.



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431. RUSH McNAIR.

Born 1 July 1860, at Elburn, 111. Prepared at Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi. ^887, M.D., Chicago Medical

College. Physician and surgeon, Kalamazoo, Mich., 1887 . U. S. Pension

examining surgeon, 1888-92, and 1899 . Member of the Michigan State

Medical Society, and Kalamazoo Academy of Medicine. Division surgeon
Chicago, Kalamazoo, and Saginaw Ry., and Michigan Central Ry.

Married Mary Ellen Everard, 15 May 1889, at Kalamazoo, Mich.

Children BURNET OSBORNE, born 9 March 1890; died 13 March 1891.
RUTH, born 19 March 1891.

Residence, 326 South Burdick St., Kalamazoo, Mich.



432. GERHARDT CORNELL MARS.

Born 21 Feb. 1860, in Thompson Town, 111. Prepared at Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. 1888, A.M. 1887, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti-
tute. 1895, Ph.D., Boston University. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa.
Botany prize; Deering prize; Kirk prize. Pastor Woodlawn Methodist Epis-
copal Church, 1886-88; Professor of English Language and Literature, Uni-
versity of South Dakota, 1888-91. Graduate study at Harvard and Boston
Universities, 1891-92. Pastor Union Church, Kenilworth, 111., 1893-95.
Travel and study in Europe, 1895-1900. Editorial writer on The Great Round
World, New York City.

Residence, 67 Horatio St., New York, N. Y.



433. MARY ELEANOR MOORE.

Born at Wenona, 111., 1859. Prepared in Wenona High School and North-
western University Academy. B.L. Alpha Phi. 1890, M.L.
Residence, 2278 Kenmore Ave., Argyle Park, Chicago, 111.



434. GEORGE ABRAHAM MULFINGER.

Born 31 March 1865, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in West Division High
School, Chicago. Attended German Wallace College, 1883-84; in North-
western University for senior year. A.B. 1887, B.D., Garrett Biblical
Institute. 1902, Ph.D., University of Chicago. Clergyman in Chicago Con-
ference of German Methodist Church until 1892; teacher in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa,
1892-93; reader in German and student, University of Chicago, 1894-95;

teacher in South Division High School, Chicago, 1896 . Member Modern

Language Association since 1896. Contributor of numerous pages in Vols. I,
III, and IV of Americana Germanica; also contributor to Haus und Herd, 1901.

Married Ida Rohn, 16 June 1892, in Chicago.

Children CARL LEONARD, born 8 April 1894.

ROBERT ROHN, born 17 Aug. 1897; died 17 Dec. 1897.
GEORGE LEONIDAS, born 25 March 1900.

Residence, 112 South Seeley Ave., Chicago, 111.







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435. ELLEN MARY SAWYER (BLOOM).
SISTER OF Nos. 627, 920, AND 982.

Born 28 May 1864, at Reading, 111. Prepared in the High School of Strea-
tor, 111. Ph.B. Alpha Phi. Taught one year and one term in Streator
High School. President Chattanooga Woman's Club, 1903 .

Married David H. Bloom (No. 422), 9 Jan. 1889, at Streator, 111.

Residence, Chattanooga, Tenn.

436. KATHARINE LUCINDA SHARP.

Born 21 May 1865, at Elgin, 111. Prepared in Elgin Academy and the
High School of Oakland, Cal. Ph.B. 1889, Ph.M. Ossoli. Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. Bachelor of Library Science, New York State Uni-
versity, 1892. Taught Latin, French, and German in Elgin (111.) Academy,
1886-88; assistant librarian, Scoville Institute, Oak Park, 111., 1888-90;
library student, Albany, New York, 1890-92. Director of Department of
Library Science, Armour Institute of Technology, 1893-97; head librarian and

director of State Library School, University of Illinois, 1897 . Member of

American Library Association; on Co-operation Committee, 1893-94 and
1895-96; on Council, 1895-1905; secretary of Council, 1899-1900; second vice-
president, 1897-98; member of Illinois State Library Association, 1896 ;



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