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director Bureau of Information, 1896 ; member Chicago Library Club,

1893 ; member New York State Library School Association, 1894 ; presi-
dent of same, 1894-95; member of Bibliographical Society of Chicago, 1899 ;

in charge of Comparative Library Exhibit prepared by New York State
Library School for World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 111., Nov. 1892-
Oct. 1893; Director of Wisconsin Summer School of Library Science, Univer-
sity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., 1895 and 1896; extension lecturer on
Library Economy, University of Chicago, 1896. Grand President of Kappa
Kappa Gamma, 1894-96. Honorary member of Wisconsin State Library
Association, 1895 . Vice-pres. Association of Collegiate Alumnae, 1901-03.

Has published a pamphlet of 27 pages upon Local Public Libraries and
Their Relation to University Extension, Albany, N. Y., 1892; also several
articles upon Library Economy in the Library Journal and Public Libraries.

Residence, Champaign, 111.



437. LEONARD LAWSHE SKELTON.



Born 18 July 1863, at Elizabeth, 111. Prepared in Evanston Village High
School. A.B. 1888, A.M. 1889, M.D., Chicago Medical College. Delta
Upsilon. Interne, Mercy Hospital, 1889; Kankakee State Hospital, 1890 and
1891. Physician in Chicago since 1892. Assistant Demonstrator of Anato-
my, Woman's Medical School of Northwestern University, 1891-96; Professor
of Physiology and Clinical Medicine, same institution, 1896-1902; Professor
of Physiology in Chicago College of Dental Surgery; Professor of Internal
Medicine and Diagnosis, Chicago Clinical School, 1901-03; Professor of Ner-
vous and Mental Diseases, Illinois Medical College, 1903. Member of Chicago



174 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY [1885

Medical Society and the Therapeutic Club of Chicago. Has published
several articles in medical journals.

Married Antoinette Juergens, 1 June 1892, at Appleton, Wis.

Child LEONARD WILLIAM, born 23 Aug. 1896.

Residence, 42 Seeley Ave., Chicago, 111.

438. CHARLES SUMNER SLIGHTER.

Born 16 April 1864, at St. Paul, Minn. Prepared at Oakland High School,
Chicago, 111. B.S. 1888, M.S. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. President of
class in senior year. Instructor, Athenaeum, Chicago, 111., 1885-86; Instruc-
tor in Mathematics, University of Wisconsin, 1886-89; Assistant Professor,

1889-92; Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Wisconsin, 1892 .

Alderman, City of Madison, Wis., 1897-99; member of the State Board of
Commissioners, Wis. State Geological Survey, 1900-03 ; member of the Amer-
ican Mathematical Society since organization. Member of Wisconsin Acad-
emy of Arts, Letters, and Science, since 1892; president of the same for 1899-
1903. Hydrographer, U. S. Geological Survey, 1894-1902; consulting
engineer, same, since 1902.

Has published "Advanced Algebra," Madison and Evanston, 1888; "Loga-
rithmic and Trigonometric Tables," Madison, 1891; "Manual of Four-place
Logarithms," same place, 1891; "School Algebra," same place, 1892; "Uni-
versity Algebra," two editions, same place, 1892; "Theoretical Investigations
of Motions of Ground waters," U. S. G. S., 1898; "The Motions of Ground-
waters," same, 1902; also several mathematical articles in Science, Journal
of Geology, and other scientific publications.

Married Mary Louise Byrne, 23 Dec. 1890, at Madison, Wis.

Children SUMNER HUBER, born 8 Jan. 1892.
Louis BYRNE, born 19 May 1896.
ALLAN McKiNNON, born 18 Feb. 1898.
DONALD CHARLES, born 3 July 1900.

Residence, 636 Francis St., Madison, Wis.

439. MARY BENEDICT SWAIL (WILKINSON).

Born 5 July 1864, at Belvidere, 111. Prepared at Belvidere High School.
Ph.B. 1901, A.M., Denver University. Alpha Phi ; Phi Beta Kappa. Chess
gold medal. Deering prize, 1884. Taught Latin and History in Belvidere
(111.) High School, 1885-86. President of Folts Mission Institute of Her-
kimer, N. Y., 1902 .

Married Rev. William E. Wilkinson (No. 402) 21 Sept. 1886, at Belvidere,
111.

Residence, Herkimer, N. Y.

440. SIDNEY WATSON.

Born 10 Sept. 1863, in Chicago. Prepared in Evanston High School.
B.S. Sigma Chi. Lawyer, St. Paul, Minn.

Address, 24 First National Bank Building, St. Paul, Minn.






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441. HELEN FRANCES WEEKS (JONES).



Born at St. Charles, Minn. Prepared in Northwestern University Acad-
emy. Ph.B. 1888, A.B., Vassar College. Has traveled in Europe and on
the Pacific coast.

Married Carroll H. Jones, 26 April 1901, at Chattanooga, Tenn.

Residence, 1422 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111.

442. CHARLES ADDISON WIGHTMAN.

Born 11 Oct. 1861, at Kenosha, Wis. Prepared in Evanston Village High
School. Ph.B. Sigma Chi. Editor Northwestern, May-June 1885. In real
estate and loan business since graduation ; alderman, City of Evanston, 1896-
98 ; secretary of the Evanston Savings and Loan Association.
Married Cecelia Agnes Daley, 28 March 1894, at Evanston, 111.
Children CATHERINE SARAH, born 8 March 1895.
MARGARET MARY, born 30 May 1897.
ALICE CECELIA, born 8 Oct. 1898.
ROSEMARY CAROLINE, born 2 Jan. 1902.
Residence, 1735 Wesley Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, Century Building.



CLASS OF 1886.

443. CAROLINE C. BUMANN (STEWART).

Born at Bunker Hill, 111., 1856. Prepared at Normal School, St. Louis,
Mo. B.L. Chess gold medal. Phi Beta Kappa. Taught in Napa College,
California, 1886-87; in Manual Training Department of Washington Uni-
versity, St. Louis, Mo.

Married William A. Stewart, 4 Feb. 1891, at St. Louis, Mo.

Residence unknown.






444. *STUART PARROTT EDMONDSON.



Born 10 Feb. 1858, at Sumner, 111. Prepared in McKendree College and
orthwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Psi. President of
class in junior year. Deering prize. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal,
Northwest Indiana Conference. Pastor at Hammond, Kentland, and Dan-
ville, Ind.

Died 8 Jan. 1895, at Danville, Ind.

445. *ROBERT ISAAC FLEMING.

Born 4 May 1860, at Hannibal, Mo. Prepared in Hannibal High School,
id Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1889, A.M. 1888, B.D.,
rarrett Biblical Institute. Delta Upsilon. Deering prize. Clergyman,
[ethodist Episcopal, Rock River Conference. Pastor at Asbury Church,



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Chicago; First Church, Batavia, 111. Transferred to St. Louis Conference,
and became pastor of Lindell Avenue Church, in April 1893. Spoke for the
Alumni at the memorial services held for President Joseph Cummings.
Died 28 Aug. 1894, at Seattle, Wash.

446. JOSEPH HENRY HILL.

Born 21 May 1858, at Stockton, Pa. Prepared at the State Normal
School, Emporia, Kan. A.B. 1889, A.M. One year in Garrett Biblical
Institute. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi. Gage prize, 1884. Kedzie prize.
Phi Beta Kappa. Clergyman, Methodist^ pastor at Maywood, 111., 1887;
member South Kansas Conference ; Professor of Latin, Kansas State Normal

School, 1887 ; Vice-President, 1901 . President Kansas State Teachers'

Association, 1902.

Married Frances Meldrum, 2 July 1892, at Austin, Kan.
Children ALFRED GIBSON, born March 1893.
ORMOND PERLEY, born May 1895.
MARY MURIEL, born Oct. 1896.
RUTH ELIZABETH, born Jan. 1903.
Residence, 1515 Highland PL, Emporia, Kan.

447. HENRY LEONIDAS KINDIG.

Born 8 Oct. 1859, at Eaton, Ohio. Prepared at Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. 1889, A.M. B.D., 1888, Garrett Biblical Institute.
Hinman. Sigma Chi. Deering prize, 1886. Class president, senior year.
Member of Life-Saving Crew. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, Northwest
Indiana Conference. Pastor at Waveland, Covington, Lebanon, Valparaiso,
Brazil, and Michigan City; at Lafayette, Ind., 1901 .

Married Mary Avaline Hull, 23 Oct. 1888, at Danville, Ind.

Children AVALINE HULL, born 25 June 1890.

GERALDINE HULL, born 27 Aug. 1892.

RAYMOND HULL, born 27 July 1894; died 24 Dec. 1895.

Residence, Lafayette, Ind.

448. MINNIE EFFIE KING (MASON).
DAUGHTER OF No. 119.

Born 12 Dec. 1864, at Marshall, Mich. Prepared in Evanston Village
High School. A.B. Ossoli prize; Deering prize. Taught in Orange City,
Emporia, Hawks Park, and Lake Helen, Fla.

Married A. Evelyn Mason.

Residence, Ormond, Fla.

449. MARY ADA PEART (FOSTER).

Born 6 Dec. 1864, at Wilmington, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer-
sity Academy. Ph.B. 1889, Ph.M. Alpha Phi. Ossoli. Declamation
prize, 1884. Taught school at Braidwood, 111., 1886-92. President of Board
of Directors of City Library, Pontiac, 111., 1892-95; president Kindergarten



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Board, 1899-1901 ; president Normal District, Woman's Foreign Missionary
Society, 1899-1901.

Married Henry A. Foster, 1 Sept. 1892, at Braidwood, 111.

Child GEORGE PEART, born 23 June 1896.

Residence, 409 W. South St., Pontiac, 111.



450. LYMAN ORMOND PERLEY.

Born 28 Feb. 1866, at Emporia, Kan. Prepared at Emporia High School.
B.S. 1890, LL.B., magna cum laude, Yale University. Phi Kappa Psi.
Phi Delta Phi. Lawyer, Omaha, Neb., 1890-96; Kansas City, Mo., 1896-98;
Omaha, 1898 .

Married Nora R. Gibson, 10 Dec. 1895.

Children EDWARD GIBSON, born 11 Oct. 1896.
CONSTANCE, born 12 March 1902.

Residence, 1728 S. 32d Ave., Omaha, Neb.

451. ANNA OLIVIA PETERSON.

Born 27 March 1866, at Galva, 111. Prepared at Galva High School.

B.L. Teacher, Galva public school, 1887 .

Residence, Galva, 111.

452. CHESTER ALLEN PLACE.

Born 7 Nov. 1862, at Earlville, 111. Prepared at Jennings Seminary, and
Aurora (111.) Normal School. A.B. 1890, A.M. 1890, B.D., Garrett Biblical
Institute. Adelphic. Graduate student in Philosophy, 1892-94. Cler-
gyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Meade Center, and Scott City, Kan.,
1886-88; at Worth, Crete, and Plattville, 111., 1888-91; at Blue Island, 111.,
1891-94; President of Southwest Kansas College, Winneld, Kan., 1895-99.

Member of Kansas State Historical Association, 1896 , and of American

Social Science Association, 1899 .

Married Estella May Beedle, at Wilton Center, 111., 8 Sept. 1885.
Children EDNA LOUISE, born 20 Jan. 1887; died 25 June 1887.
JUNE ESTELLE, born 30 June 1888.
LESTER BEEDLE, born 25 Aug. 1890; died 20 Nov. 1890.
CHESTER ARTHUR, born 25 Feb. 1892.
Residence, Beaumont, Texas.

453. EDWIN ALLISON SCHELL.

Born 25 Nov. 1859, at Deer Creek, Ind. Prepared at La Porte (Ind.)
High School and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1889, A.M.
1889, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Adelphic. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Beta
Kappa. Sophomore declamation prize; Adelphic oratorical prize; Deering
essay prize; Kirk prize. 1890, Ph.D., Illinois Wesleyan University. 1893,
D.D., Hedding College. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at South
Bend, Ind., 1886-90; at Yonkers, N. Y., 1890-93; at Berwyn, 111., 1893.



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General Secretary of Epworth League, 1892-99. Member of American

Society of Church History, 1892-97; American Historical Society, 1896 .

Author of "The New Generation," 1893; "Concerning Collection," 1895;
"Epworth League Bible Studies," 1894-1900; " Epworth League Hand
Book," 1894-1900; "The Training of the Twelve," 1900. Contributor to
Methodist periodicals.

Married Emma Louise Wright, at Red Wing, Minn., 14 July 1886.
Children LOUISE ELIZABETH, born 5 Feb. 1888.
HELEN HENRIETTA, born 20 Feb. 1890.
KATHARINE ZELLER, born 14 Bee. 1897.
EDWIN WRIGHT, born 14 Nov. 1900.
Residence, 607 Wabash Ave., Crawfordsville, Ind.



454. CLINTON SAMUEL TOMLINSON.

Born 11 Feb. 1860. Prepared in Northwestern University Academy.
Ph.B. Beta Theta Pi ; Phi Beta Kappa. Editor Boone (Iowa) Republican,
and later of the Springfield (Mo.) Daily Republican, and of the Chicago Dry

Goods Reporter, 1893 . Treasurer of Dry Goods Reporter Co. ; secretary

of the National Association of Merchants and Travelers, 1896 .

Married Anne Eversole, at Springfield, Mo., 22 April 1891.

Resider.ce, 3802 Ellis Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 233 Fifth Ave.



456. MAY EVA VAN BENSCHOTEN (WOODWARD).
SISTER OF No. 636.

Born 25 Dec. 1865, at Brooklyn, N. Y. Prepared at Evanston (111.)
High School. B.L. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Librarian in Evanston Public
Library, 1890-94.

Married Norton Le Droit Woodward, at Evanston, 10 Oct. 1894.

Child E. EUNICE, born 30 Nov. 1896.

Residence, 491 Webster Ave., Chicago, 111.



CLASS OF 1887.

456. KATE MARIAH ALLING (THOMAS).
SISTER OF No. 491.

Born 29 Sept. 1863, at Fremont, Neb. Prepared at Chicago High School
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. Ossoli. Kappa
Kappa Gamma. Deering prize. Divided sophomore declamation prize.
Principal of high school at Lewiston, 111., 1887-89; of Ft. Collins (Colo.)
High School, 1889-91; of Menominee (Mich.) High School, 1891-92; of Kala-
mazoo (Mich.) Female Seminary, 1892-93. Treasurer of the town of Eaton,
Colo., 1895-97; president Woman's Club of Eaton, Colo., 1897-99; secretary
W. C. T. U., Eaton, Colo., 1894-98; president Missionary Society, 1899-1900;
treasurer Woman's Home Missionary Union of Colorado, 1899-1900.



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Married Frank Newton Thomas, Evanston, 111., 1893.
Children LOTTA. JENNIE, born 28 Dec. 1897.

FRANK NEWTON, JR., born 6 March 1899.
Residence. Eaton, Colo.

457. LODILLA AMBROSE.

SISTER OF No. 564.

Born 17 June 1865, at Ann Arbor, Mich. Prepared in Evanston (111.)
High School. Ph.B. Ossoli. 1890, Ph.M. Phi Beta Kappa. Assistant

Librarian, Northwestern University, 1888 . Member of American Library

Association, 1891 ; charter member Chicago Library Club, 1892; same of

Illinois State Library Association, 1896; same of Bibliographical Society of
Chicago, 1899; member of Daughters of the American Revolution.

Author of "Our Libraries," in Frances E. Willard's "A Classic Town."
Contributor of articles on "College Libraries," "German Library Exhibit at
the World's Fair," " The Orrington Lunt Library," " Dr. Dziatzko on German
Libraries," in Library Journal, Vols. XVIII, XIX, and XXI; "Library
Co-operation," in The Dial, 1901.

Residence, 1714 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111.

458. WILBER JEROME ANDREWS.

Born 24 March 1859, at Rockford, 111. Prepared at Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi. Member
of Life-Saving Crew. Lawyer and dealer in real estate, in Chicago. With
the firm of Andrews & Piper. Chairman Board of Trustees Berwyn Presby-
terian Church, 1885 .

Married Ada Caroline Redfield, at Evanston, 111., 17 Aug. 1881.

Children ELLIOT REDFIELD, born 9 Dec. 1884.
JEROME EDSON, born 3 April 1893.
KATHRYN LOUISE, born 1 June 1899.

Residence, Berwyn, 111.



459. HUGH DOWLING ATCHISON.

Born 15 Nov. 1864, at Belvidere, 111. Prepared at Sterling and Princeton
(111.) High Schools. A.B. 1890, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Adel-
phic. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. Adelphic prize; Political Economy
prize. Graduate student in History, 1896-1900; in Philosophy, 1900-01.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Normal Park, Chicago, 1890-93;
of Fowler Church, Chicago, 1893-94; at Wilmette, 111., 1894-99; Grace Church,

Portland, Ore., 1899-1900; St. Luke's Church, Dubuque, Iowa, 1900 .

Member of Upper Iowa Conference.

Married Julia Molitor, at Detroit, Mich., 14 June 1893.

Children HELEN, born 20 July 1895.

EDWARD WILLIAM, born 31 Oct. 1897.

Residence, 1141 Main St., Dubuque, Iowa.



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460. CHARLES HERBERT BRAND.

Born 16 Nov. 1864, at Milledgeville, 111. Prepared at Polo (111.) High
School. B.L. Gage prize. Delta Upsilon. General agent Central Accident
Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh, Pa.

Married Franc Warner, Chicago, 15 Nov. 1892.

Residence, 320 Oakwood Boul., Chicago, 111. Office, 414 Merchants Loan
and Trust Bldg.

461. FREDERICK McJIAE BYERS.

Born 9 March 1861, at South Grove, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. Ph.B. Hinman. Teacher in Illinois, Wisconsin, and
Nevada, 1887-94; in Chicago, 1894 .

Residence, 6131 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111.

462. FRANK JAMES CAMPBELL.

Born 11 Aug. 1862, at Winona, Minn. Prepared in Northwestern Univer-
sity Academy. Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. Hinman. Phi Kappa Psi. 1890,
M.D., Chicago Medical College. Health officer, city of Fargo, N. Dak., 1892-
98; superintendent of Board of Health of Cass Co., N. Dak., 1890-1900.
Secretary U. S. Board of Pension Examiners since 1897. Member State
Board of Medical Examiners. Physician and surgeon, Fargo, N. Dak.

Residence, Fargo, N. Dak.

463. HENRIETTA MARIA COONE.

Born at Victoria, Knox Co., Illinois. Prepared in Elmwood (111.) High
School. Syracuse University, 1882-83. Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. Ossoli. Alpha
Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. Teacher in Jacksonville (111.) High School, 1887-
88; in Central High School, Minneapolis, Minn., 1888-92; in Jefferson High
School, Chicago, 1893-94; in Hyde Park High School, Chicago, since 1894.

Residence, 440 E. 57th St., Chicago, 111.

464. JOSIE BENTLEY CRANDON (NASH).

Born 14 Dec. 1864, at Columbia Falls, Me. Prepared in Cherryfield (Me.)
High School. Ph.B. Ossoli. Delta Gamma. Norton declamation prize.
Teacher in Minneapolis (Minn.) public schools, 1887-88.

Married James Walker Moore Nash, at Columbia Falls, Me., 10 Oct. 1888.
Children CAROLINE MOORE, born 10 Feb. 1890.
MARY CURTIS, born 22 April 1892.
JOHN CRANDON, born 26 July 1897.
Residence, Cherryfield, Me.

465. MARY E. DAVID.

Born 19 April 1866, at Channahon, 111. Prepared in Northern Illinois
College, Fulton, 111. Ph.B. Alpha Phi.
Residence, 215 Richmond St., Joliet, 111.



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466. SMITH CORNELL DAVIS.

Born 1 Feb. 1854, at South Dumfries, Ontario. Prepared in Ypsilanti
(Mich.) Normal School, and Northwestern University Academy. A.B.
1890, A.M. 1888, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist
Episcopal; Congregational since 1893. Pastor at Montague, Mich., 1888-89;
Constantine, Mich., 1889-90; Dowagiac, Mich., 1890-92; Portland, Mich.,
1892-93. Graduate student in the Congregational Seminary, Chicago,
1893-95. Pastor at Wayne, 111., 1895-98; Mt. Clare, Chicago, 1898-1901;
Brimfield, 111., 1901 .

Married Meta C. Perry, at Geneseo, 111., 25 Oct. 1888.

Children HERBERT PERRY, born 21 Aug. 1889.

IRENE, born 15 Jan. 1900; died 20 March 1900.

Residence, Brimfield, 111.



467. DAVID HAMILTON GLOSS.
BROTHER OF Nos. 468, 657 AND 957.

Born in 1863. Prepared in Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B.
Deering prize. Journalist. At various times associated with the Louisville,
Ky., Courier, and the St. Louis, Mo., Republic,

Residence unknown.

468. JANET CLIVE GLOSS (PAGE).
SISTER OF Nos. 467, 657 AND 957.

Born 5 Oct. 1864, at Frankfort, 111. Prepared in East Rockford High
School. Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. Ossoli. Botany prize. Graduate work in
University of Chicago, Correspondence Department. Instructor in Latin
and History in Jennings Seminary, Aurora, 111., 1887-90; Instructor in Modern
Language in the Manual Training School of Washington University, St. Louis,
Mo., 1890-99. Member of Modern Language Association.

Married Edward Carlton Page (No. 517), 19 July 1899, at Evanston, 111.

Residence, DeKalb, 111.



469. TRUMAN R. GREENE.

Born 28 Jan. 1859, at Naples, Me. Prepared in Northwestern University
Academy. B.L. Member of Life-Saving Crew. Attended Garrett Biblical
Institute, 1888. Adelphic prize. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Preach-
ing in Iowa and Illinois. Pastor at West Pullman, 1901 .

Married Eva L. Robinson, 6 July 1886, at Aurora, 111.
Children PEARL STUART.

EARL RAYMOND; died 4 Nov. 1893.
FERN EMILY.
MILDRED EVA.
HELEN; died 22 June 1902.
Residence, 12001 Butler St., Chicago, 111.



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470. GUY W. GREENMAN.
BROTHER OF Nos. 304 AND 387.

Born 18 May 1864, at Marion, Ind. Prepared hi Goshen High School, and
in Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Member of Life-Saving Crew.
Book-keeper and credit manager for Wilson Brothers, Chicago, until 1895;
since, fruit rancher at La Mesa, Cal.

Married (1) Louise Jaycox, of Evanston, 1890; she died 1891. (2) Louise
Culver, of Evanston, 3 May 1894.

Children HAROLD GUY, born 12 Nov. 18C5.
EMILY LOUISE, born 13 Oct. 1898.
JOHN ALMON, born 3 Dec. 1901.

Residence, La Mesa, San Diego Co., Cal.

471. WINFIELD SCOTT HALL.

Born 5 Jan. 1861, at Batavia, 111. Prepared at Hastings, Neb. B.S.
1889, M.S. Phi Kappa Psi. Phi Beta Kappa. Botany prize. 1888, M.D.,
Northwestern University Medical School. 1894, M.D., Leipzig. 1895, A.M.
and Ph.D., ibid. Interne at Mercy Hospital, 1888-89. Professor of Biology
In Haverford College, Pa., 1889-93. Study in Leipzig, 1893-95. Davis
Professor of Physiology in Medical School of Northwestern University,
1895 . Junior Dean of the Medical Faculty. Member of National Edu-
cation Association. Fellow of the American Academy of Medicine. Member
of Chicago Academy of Sciences, American Physiological Society, and
American Association for the Advancement of Science. Secretary of Asso-
ciation of American Medical Colleges, 1902 . President of American

Medical Temperance Association, 1902 .

Author of "Laboratory Guide in Physiology," 1897; "Text-book of
Physiology," 1899; "Physiology and Hygiene," 1900. Translator of
"Anatomy of the Central Nervous System of Man and of Vertebrates in
General," 1898. Contributor to Journal of the Anthropological Institute of
Great Britain and Ireland, Archives fiir Physiologic, Leipzig, Journal of Experi-
mental Medicine, Bulletin of the Northwestern University Medical School,
Journal of American Medical Association, and various other educational and
scientific periodicals.

Married Jeannette Winter, 11 Oct. 1888, at Juniata, Neb.

Children ETHEL, bora 23 Oct. 1893.

ALBERT WINTER, born 8 Jan. 1895.
RAYMOND LUDWIG, born 20 Feb. 1897.
MURIEL, born 11 Aug. 1902.

Residence, Berwyn, 111.

472. IDA MARY HARVEY (DAVIS).
SISTER OF No. 711.

Born at Waukegan, 111. Prepared in Chicago High School and North-
western University Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. Ossoli. Phi Beta Kappa.
Ossoli prize; Chess gold medal. Teacher in Chicago, 1887-89; in Cameron



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Institute, Mo., 1889-90; in New Orleans University, 1890-91; Lake View and
John Marshall High Schools, Chicago, 1891 .

Married Otis B. Davis, 30 June 1898, in Chicago.

Residence, 1023 Wilcox Ave., Chicago, 111.



473. ELIZABETH AUSTIN HILL (LEEK).

Born 17 May 1861, at Gerico, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University
Academy. Ph.B. Alpha Phi. Deering prize. Teacher in 1888.

Married Rev. William Preston Leek, 23 Nov. 1887, at Janesville, Wis.
Children RAYMOND, born 5 May 1889.

MARY LOUISE, born 8 Feb. 1900.
Residence, Green Bay, Wis.

474. HELEN MINERVA HOLDEN.

SISTER OF No. 583.

Bom 16 Sept. 1863, at Baraboo, Wis. Prepared at Baraboo High School,
and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. 1890, M.L. Parkhurst
scholarship, 1883-85. Ossoli. Teacher at Baraboo, Wis., 1887-95; Mil-
waukee, Wis., 1895 .

Residence, 801 Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis.

475. GILES HUBBARD.

Born 29 July 1857, at Mt. Clemens, Mich. Prepared in Northwestern
University Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. Sigma Chi. Lawyer and real
estate dealer in Berwyn, 111.

Married .

Residence, 3118 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111.



476. PHILIPPA MATILDA HUTCHISON.

Born 5 July 1865, at Mineral Point, Wis. Prepared in the Mineral Point
High School. B.S. 1890, M.S. Ossoli. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Assistant
principal in Necedah (Wis.) High School, 1888-90; in Mineral Point High

School, 1890-91. Bank and abstract clerk at Mineral Point, 1893 .

Director in Woman's Reading Club and Public Library in Mineral Point.

Residence, Mineral Point, Wis.



477. GEORGE IRWIN LARASH.

Born 15 May 1857, at Pekin, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. 1890, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute.
Delta Upsilon. Norton declamation prize. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal,
in the following charges of Rock River Conference : Douglas Park, Chicago,
1887-88; Fernwood, Chicago, 1888-89; Van Brocklin, 111., 1889-92; Milledge-
ville, 111., 1892-93; Warren, 111., 1893-95; River Forest, 111., 1895-96; Els-



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mere, Chicago, 1896-98; Desplaines, 111., 1898-99; Erie, 111., 1899-1900;
Steward, 111., 1900-02 ; Fulton, 111., 1902 .

Married Lora Almira Sorter (Oberlin University, '86), 24 July 1890, at
Oberlin, Ohio.

Residence, Fulton, 111.

478. CHARLES GEORGE LEWIS.
BROTHER OF No. 139.

Born in 1865. Prepared in Chicago High School. A.B. 1890, A.M.
Beta Theta Pi. Studied law in Chicago, 18i8. In the bond and mortgage
business, Chicago.

Residence, 1456 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111.

479. WILLIAM ETRIDGE McLENNAN.

Born 7 July 1861, at Margarie, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Prepared in
Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1890, A.M. 'Phi Kappa Psi.
Member of Life-Saving Crew. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at
Union Mills and New Carlisle, Ind., 1887-89; missionary to City of Mexico,



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