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1889-91; pastor South Bend, Ind., 1891-94; Berwyn, 111., 1894-99; Chicago,
1899-1901 ; Emmanuel Church, Evanston, 1901 .

Author of "Improved Class Book," 1888; "In His Footsteps," 1896;
" Souvenir of Bishop Merrill," 1897 (in collaboration with Rev. C. M. Stuart) ;
"Epworth League Bible Studies," and numerous pamphlets. Contributor
to Methodist periodicals.

Married Lila F. Keely, 12 Oct. 1887, at Nora, 111.

Children FLORENCE, born 20 July 1888.

CHARLES MORRIS, born 31 Jan. 1890.
DONALD, born 9 May 1895.
DOROTHY, born 2 Aug. 1896.

Residence, 1629 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111.



480. FRANK GIBSON MIDDLEKAUFF.

Entered college from Forreston, 111. B.S. Delta Upsilon. Attended
Chicago College of Law. With Deering Harvester Co., Chicago, until 1895.
Married Charlotte Armstrong, of Plymouth, Ind., 1892.
Child MARGARET L.
Residence, 5327 Maple Ave., St. Louis, Mo.

481. *WILLIAM CHAMBERLIN RAYMOND.

Born 21 July 1866, at Gloucester, Mass. Prepared in Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. B.S. 1894, M.D., Northwestern University Medical
School. With Parkhurst & Wilkinson, iron merchants, Chicago, 1888-89;
with Thomson-Houston Electric Co., 1890-91; on medical staff of Mercy
Hospital, 1894-98; physician in England, 1898-1901.

Died 20 Dec. 1901, at Liverpool, England.



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482. EDWIN LLEWELLYN SHUMAN.
BROTHER OF Nos. 593, 629, 840, AND 1385.

Born 13 Dec. 1863, in Manor Township, Lancaster Co., Pa. Prepared in
Cook Co. (111.) Normal School, and Englewood (111.) High School. Ph.B.
1890, Ph.M. Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. Cook County scholarship prize;
Gage prize; Deering prize; Kirk prize. Editor Northwestern, 1885-87. One
of the founders of Evanston Press; also editor, 1887-90; editorial writer,
Chicago Journal, 1891-95; literary editor and editorial writer, Chicago Tri-
bune, 1895-1 901; literary editor, Chicago Record-Herald, 1901 .

Compiler of "A Decade of Oratory" (Kirk Orations), 1888; "Alumni
Catalogue," Northwestern University, 1894. Author of "Steps into Jour-
nalism," 1894, and " Practical Journalism," 1903.

Married Emma Thompson (ex-'87), 25 Dec. 1895, at Evanston, 111.

Residence, 221 Kedzie St., Evanston, 111.

483. RUTER WILLIAM SPRINGER.

Born 2 May 1863, at Springfield, 111. Prepared at St. John's Academy,
Va., and Georgetown University. A.B. 1890, A.M. 1889, LL.B., and 1890,
LL.M., Georgetown University, Washington, D. C. 1899, graduated from
Lane Theological Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio. Sigma Chi. Assistant exami-
ner, U. S. Patent Office, 1887-91 ; clerk of Ways and Means Committee, U. S.
H. R., 1891-93; clerk of Committee on Banking and Currency, 1893-94;

Post-Chaplain U. S. Army, July 1894 . Served through the Cuban War;

at Tampa, Fla., and Santiago de Cuba, 1898; ordered to the Philippines in
October, 1899, with 41st Infantry U. S. Volunteers; now Chaplain U. S. Artil-
lery. Member of Kentucky Conference, 1894 . Author of a series of

letters from the Philippines, published in the Western Christian Advocate,
Cincinnati, Ohio, 1900.

Married Gertrude Lynch, of Washington, D. C., 5 June 1895.

Child CONSTANCE LYNCH, born 29 Oct. 1897.

Residence, Fort Washington, Md.



484. BOND STOW.
BROTHER OF No. 688.

Born 18 Nov. 1865, at Beloit, Wis. Prepared in Evanston High School.
A.B. 1890, A.M. 1889, M.D., Chicago Medical College. Beta Theta Pi.
Graduate study of Medicine in Vienna, Berlin, Munich, and Dresden, 1890-91 ;
1897-98 and in 1900. Several certificates of merit from European profes-
sors, especially in Pathology. Interne in St. Luke's Hospital for six months:
Professor of General Pathology, Northwestern University Dental School;
Demonstrator of Microscopical Pathology, Northwestern University Medical
School; practicing medicine. Glenwood Springs, Colo., 1896-97; in New York
City, 1898 . Member of American Medical Association, 1895 ; Chi-
cago Medical Society, 1892-99; Colorado Medical Society. 1897; New York
Academy of Medicine. 1899 ; New York Pathological Society, 1899 .

Residence, 56 W. Fifty-fii^t St., New York, N Y.



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485. ANNA C. TOWLE.
SISTER OF No. 486.

Born 10 May 1864, at Eugene, Ind. Prepafed in Eugene High School,
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. 1890, Ph.M. 1899, D.O.,
Northern Institute of Osteopathy, Minneapolis, Minn. Two years' graduate
study in Paris, Geneva, and Leipzig. Ossoli. Alpha Phi. Principal of
Petersburg (111.) High School; teacher of Science and Latin, Bloomington
(111.) High School; preceptress and teacher of Language in Mt. Carroll (111.)
Seminary; Professor of Language, Manual* Training School of Washington
University, St. Louis, Mo.; principal of Hillsdale (111.) High School; lecturer
and member of the faculty of Rhode Island College of Osteopathy; prac-
titioner in Osteopathy in Reading, Pa., and Providence, R. I. Member of
Woman's Philosophical Club, Bloomington, 111.; Woman's Club, Evanston,
111.; Pennsylvania Osteopathic Association; American Association for the
Advancement of Osteopathy. Associate editor of Cosmopolitan Osteopath.

Residence, 139 Mathewson St., Providence, R. I.



486. FRANCES TOWLE (COLLINS).
SISTER OF No. 485.

Born 25 Feb. 1863, at Eugene, Ind. Prepared in Eugene High School,
and Northwestern University Academy. B.L. Ossoli. Alpha Phi. Gradu-
ate work in Boston. Residence in New York, two years; in Evansville, Ind.,
three years; Newport, R. I., one year. Member of Woman's Auxiliary,
St. Mary Orphanage Board, and Prisoners' Aid Association.

Married Rev. Frederick Irving Collins, 23 Sept. 1890, at Evanston, 111.

Child LYMAN IRVING, born 7 July 1891.

Residence, 25 Messer St., Providence, R. I.



487. CARRIE ALBERTINE WALES.

Born 16 Feb. 1865, at Lanark, 111. Prepared in Lanark High School.
B.S. Alpha Phi. Resided at Lanark, 111., 1887-88; Colorado Springs, Colo.,
1888 .

Residence, 815 N. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo.



488. HERBERT PERRY WRIGHT.

Born 24 June 1865, at Stockton, 111. Prepared in Woodstock (111.) High
School. B.S. 1890, M.S. Sigma Chi. Dealer in stocks and bonds, Kansas
City, Mo., 1887 .

Married Hattie T. Haw (ex-'88), 21 Oct. 1890, at Ottumwa, Iowa.

Children HERBERT EDWIN, born 5 Aug. 1891.
ANNIE LILLIEN, born 16 April 1898.

Address, 730 Delaware St., Kansas City, Mo.



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489. CHARLES NEWTON ZUEBLIN.

Born 4 May 1866, at Pehdleton, Ind. Prepared in Philadelphia High
School. Attended the University of Pennsylvania. Ph.B. 1889, B.D.,
Yale University. Graduate study in Leipzig, 1889-91. Beta Theta Pi.
Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor of Sociology,

University of Chicago, 1892 . Secretary Chicago Society for University

Extension, 1892. Head resident of Northwestern University Settlement,
1892. Member of Chicago Special Park Commission, 1900 ; Chicago Soci-
ety for Ethical Culture; American Academy of Political and Social Science;
American League for Civic Improvement; National Municipal League;
Director in the Chicago Vacation School Board, Illinois Consumers' League,
and Chautauqua Press.

Author of "American Municipal Progress," 1902. Contributor to The
American Journal of Sociology, Journal of Political Economy, The Inter-
national Journal of Ethics, Unity, The Dial, and The Chautauquan.

Married Aurora T. Fisk (No. 577), 18 June 1892, at Evanston, 111.

Child ANNE FOLLETT, born 10 Nov. 1901.

Residence, 38 Madison Park, Chicago, 111.



CLASS OF 1888.

490. CORA ALLEN (McELROY).

Bora 20 March 1867, at West Chicago, 111. Prepared in West Chicago
High School. B.L. Ossoli. Alpha Phi. Ossoli prize. Graduate study in
Berlin and Paris. Taught in Washington, D. C., High School, 1890-94.
Writes for McClure's and Chicago newspapers.

Married John Howard McElroy, 31 Aug. 1899, at West Chicago.

Residence, 67 Bowen Ave., Chicago, 111.



491. BELLE ELMINA ALLING (RADDIN).
SISTER OF No. 456.

Born 25 Oct. 1864, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Chicago high schools,
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Ossoli. Kappa Kappa
Gamma. Botany prize.

Married Charles S. Raddin (No. 417), 28 June 1892, at Evanston, 111.

Residence, 2032 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111.



492. GEORGE ARTHUR BASS.
BROTHER OF Nos. 493, 533, AND 741.

Born 1864, in Will Co., Illinois. Prepared in North Division High School,
Chicago, 111. Ph.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Hinman prize; Deering prize. Gen-
eral manager Washington Hydraulic-Press Brick Co., Washington, D. C.



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Married Zitella Ebert, of Denver, Colo., 16 Nov. 1898.
Child RUTH EBERT, born 13 April 1902.
Residence, 2112, 19th St., N. W., Washington, D. C.

493. PERKINS BURNHAM BASS.
BROTHER OF Nos. 492, 533, AND 741.

Born 19 Feb. 1866, in Will Co., Illinois. Prepared in North Division
High School, Chicago. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Real estate business, Chi-
cago.

Married Mary Maltman (No. 617), of Chicago, 10 Nov. 1896.

Children PERKINS BURNHAM, JR., born 26 Dec. 1897.
JEAN MALTMAN, born 24 Jan. 1901.

Residence, 1027 Grove St., Evanston, 111.

494. CHARLES STEVEN BENNETT.

BROTHER OF No. 606.

Born 27 Feb. 1864, at Penn Yan, N. Y. Prepared in Cazenovia (N. Y.)
Seminary. Syracuse University, 1884-85. Northwestern, 1885-88. Ph.B.
Hinman. Psi Upsilon (Syracuse University). Postal service, Chicago.

Married Mary Hamilton, Jan. 1897, at Kenosha, Wis.

Residence, 113 Sedgwick St., Chicago, 111.

495. *CHARLES HORACE BOOTH.

Born 30 May 1863, at Onarga, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Univer-
sity Academy. Ph.B. Graduate of Union College of Law. Hinman. Phi
Kappa Psi. Editor Northwestern. President of class in freshman year.
Lawyer. Admitted to bar three weeks before his death.

Died 4 July 1890, at Onarga, 111.

496. COLUMBUS BRADFORD.

Born 7 Oct. 1860, at Licking, Mo. Prepared in Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. 1896, A.M. (Eng. Lit. in absentia). Adelphic. Delta
Upsilon. Gage prize. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Dolden,
Mo., 1888-89; at St. Louis, Mo., 1889-91; at Clinton, Mo., 1891-92; at
St. Louis, Mo., 1892-93. Transferred to Colorado Conference, and held
charges at Cripple Creek, Manitou, and Aspen, 1893-94. Pastor at St. Louis,
Mo., 1894-99; Chicago, 1899-1901. Not now in charge of a church. Editor
of a monthly periodical, The Christian Citizen, Chicago, 1897-99. Author of
tract, "The Sunday Newspaper"; of a book, "Birth a New Chance," A. C.
McClurg, Chicago, 1901.

Married Jany Hallock, of St. Louis, Mo., 25 March 1891 ; she died 3 April
1899.

Children DOROTHY MAYFLOWER, born 30 Jan. 1895.

ROMEYN WENDELL, born 17 March 1896; died 25 June 1896.
CLARISSA TIRZAH, born 19 March 1898.
JANY HALLOCK, born 27 March 1899.

Residence, 9372 Howard Ct., Chicago, 111.



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497. HENRY CADDOCK.

Born 8 April 1860, at Newark, N. J. Prepared in Northwestern Univer-
sity Academy. A.B. Sigma Chi. Member of U. S. Life-Saving Crew.
Taught in Leyden Township, Cook Co., Illinois, fall of 1888. Assistant
cashier Wilson Bros., Chicago, 1889-94. 1894, with Swift & Co., Chicago.

Married Susie Morrison, 7 June 1899, at Vailsburg, N. J.

Residence, 20 Columbia Ave., Vailsburg, N. J.

498. HARVEY REEVES CALKINS.

Born 11 April 1866, at Valparaiso, Ind. Prepared in Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. 1890, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Hinman.
Beta Theta Pi. Hinman and Deering prizes. Class president in the sopho-
more year. Travel abroad, 1890-91. Preaching at Colorado Springs and
Denver, in Colorado Conference, 1891-94; preaching at Sheffield Avenue
Church, Chicago, Rock River Conference, 1894-1900, except one year abroad
in 1896. Pastor of Grant Road Church, Bombay, India, 1900 . Ameri-
can secretary of the Pentecostal League (International Prayer Union),
1891 . Editor of Tongues of Fire, a religious monthly, 1895-1900.

Married (1) Helen May Pearsons (No. 519), 8 July 1890, at Evanston;
she died 27 March 1893, at Colorado Springs, Colo. (2) Ida Von Holz
(Ohio Wesleyan University), 3 Oct. 1894, at Cincinnati, Ohio.

Child HELEN, born 9 July 1899.

Residence, Bombay, India, via Brindisi.

499. IRA CHESTER CARTWRIGHT.

Born 19 Nov. 1855, at Cincinnati, O. Prepared in Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. Ph.B. 1890, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Hinman.
While in college was Instructor in Swedish Theological Seminary. Clergy-
man, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference; at Brighton Park,
Chicago, 1888-90. Transferred to Mexico Conference. Pastor at Pachuca,

1891-93; at Guanajuato, 1894-97; at Xochiapulco, 1898-99; at Leon, 1900 .

Has published translations of Dr. Terry's "Studies of Isaiah" and Fisher's
"Manual of Christian Evidences." Author of a monograph, "El Saber Cris-
tiano." Contributor to New York and Mexican Christian Advocates.

Married Dr. Margaret Green (Graduate of Woman's Hospital Medical Col-
lege), 17 Dec. 1890, at Chicago, 111.

Children PARIAN A PEARL, born 11 Feb. 1892.
LAURA LULIE, born 11 July 1893.
MARGARET CATHERINE, born 1 Oct. 1895.
EDWARD GLADSTONE, born 15 May 1898.
IRA CHESTER, JR., born 16 July 1900.
Residence, 3a Calle de la Condesa, No. 73, Leon, Gto., Mexico.

500. ^CHESTER CARROLL CLIFFORD.
SON OF No. 2 AND BROTHER OF No. 571.

Born 10 Aug. 1865, at Evanston, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School
and Northwestern University Academy. Ph.B. Political Economy prize..



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Hinman. Partner in the Geo. E. Hibbard Company, manufacturers of auto-
matic sprinklers.

Married Edith Baldwin of Chicago, 19 Oct. 1898, in Chicago.

Child CHESTER BALDWIN, born 31 Aug. 4899.

Died 19 May 1899, in Chicago, 111.



501. GEORGE LEWIS CONLEY.

Born 23 April 1864, near Osage, la. Prepared in Joliet (111.) High School.
University of Chicago, 1884-86. A.B. 1891, B.D., Baptist Union Theo-
logical Seminary, Chicago. Phi Kappa Psi. Clergyman, Baptist; pastor at
Huntington, Ind., 1891-94; of Burr Street Church, St. Paul, Minn., 1894-99;

at Pipestone, Minn., 1899-1901; at Rochester, Ind., 1901 . Member of

Board of Baptist Educational Society of Minnesota.

Married Etta Meridian Palmer, 2 Jan. 1893, at Huntington, Ind.

Child RUTH LUCILE, born 3 Sept. 1896.

Residence, Rochester, Ind.

502. ERIC ADOLPHUS DAVIDSON.

Born 23 Oct. 1858, in Sweden. Arrived in United States 24 June 1868.
Prepared in Northwestern University Academy. A.B. 1898, M.D., Bennett
Medical College, Chicago. 1901, M.D., Rush Medical College. Graduate
study in Swedish Theological Seminary, Evanston, and Boston University.
Pastor of Swedish Methodist Church at Boston, 1888-90; at Providence, R. I.,
and Maiden, Mass., 1890-91. Presiding elder, Swedish District of California
Conference, Kingsbury, Cal., 1892-95. Instructor in English and Greek,
Swedish Theological Seminary, Evanston, 1895-96. Physician, Chicago,

1901 . Member of Illinois State Eclectic Medical Society, 1898 ; of

National Eclectic Medical Society, 1898 . Professor of Pharmacy and
Physical Diagnosis, Bennett Medical College.

Residence, 868 Osgood St., Chicago, 111.

503. MARY HATTIE EARLE (STERLING).

Born 4 May 1867, at Taylor, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University
Academy. B.S. Ossoli. Kappa Alpha Theta. Ossoli prize. Graduate
study in Leland Stanford University, 1894. Teacher in Dixon (111.) High
School, 1899-91.

Married James Norman Sterling, 15 Nov. 1892, at Taylor, 111.

Children NORMAN EARLE, born 11 April 1896.
ETHEL MARIE, bora 6 Dec. 1898.

Residence, 373 North Crawford Ave., Dixon, 111.

504. ARTHUR ROBIN EDWARDS.

Born 26 June 1867, at Chicago. Prepared in South Division High School,
Chicago. A.B. 1891, A.M. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. Graduated
from Chicago Medical College, 1891. Interne in Cook County Hospital, 1891-






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92. Student in General Hospital, Vienna, 1893. Instructor and Demon-
strator of Histology and Embryology in Northwestern Medical School, 1892-
94; Demonstrator of Pathology in Medical and Dental Schools, same, 1894-95;
Professor of Therapeutics in Medical School, 1895-98; Professor of Principles
and Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine in same, 1897 to date, and
in Woman's Medical School, 1897-02. Secretary to Medical Faculty; attend-
ing physician to Cook County, Mercy, and Wesley Hospitals, Chicago.

Married Susanna T. Harrison of Troy, N. Y., 15 Feb. 1900, at Rome, Italy.

Child ARTHUR, born 13 May 1901.

Residence, 2818 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111. Office, 1107, 103 State St.

505. JULIA PADDOCK FITCH (GOSS).

Born 15 May 1866, at Warrensburg, Mo. Prepared in Warrensburg State
Normal School. B.L. Teacher in Aurora, 111., Savannah, Ga., Dodge City,
Kan., 1888-92. Secretary, Albuquerque (New Mexico) Public Library Asso-
ciation, 1897-99.

Married Robert Stewart Goss, 9 Dec. 1892, at Roswell, New Mexico.

Children MARIAN PADDOCK, born 24 Oct. 1895.
MABEL FITCH, born 9 Oct. 1899.

Residence, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

506. J. WELLINGTON FRIZZELLE.

Born at Rock Island, 111. Prepared in Rock Island, 111., and Daven-
port, la. Entered from Illinois Wesleyan University. A.B. 1893, A.M.
B.D., Drew Theological Seminary. Phi Gamma Delta. Graduate stu-
dent in History (in absentia), 1901-03. Clergyman, Methodist Episco-
pal, Central Illinois Conference ; presiding elder Rock Island District. Trustee
of Northwestern University since 1900. Contributor to religious and secular
papers.

Married Carrie Louisa Warren, 19 April 1900, at Denver, Colo.

Residence, 610 Elm St., Rock Island, 111.

507. ISAAC REYNOLDS HITT, JR.

Born 7 Sept. 1864, in Chicago. Prepared in Evanston High School and
Northwestern University Academy. B.S. 1894, M.S. Hinman. Phi
Delta Theta. Business manager of Northwestern. Graduated from Kent
College of Law, Chicago, 111., 1894. Clerk in First National Bank, Chicago,

1888. Junior partner of real estate firm of Isaac R. Hitt & Co., Chicago,

1889. Attorney at law, Chicago, 1894. In 1898, removed to Washington,
D. C. Law clerk in Law Division of Internal Revenue Bureau, Treasury
Department, 1898-1902. Chief of Miscellaneous Division, Internal Revenue,
1902- . Member of the Bar of the United States Supreme Court; Knight
Templar. Treasurer of General Council of the Phi Delta Theta National
Fraternity, 1891-93. Member of the Sons of the American Revolution; Pres-
ident of the Phi Delta Theta Alumni Club (Washington) ; President of the
Board of Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Mount Pleasant, Wash-



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ington, D. C. ; First Vice-President of the Illinois Republican Association of
the District of Columbia, 1903; President of the Northwestern University
Club of Washington, D. C., 1903.

Prepared, in co-operation with J. B. T. Tupper, under the direction of
Commissioner of Internal Revenue, an abstract of Internal Revenue Laws in
force May 1, 1899. Compiled Internal Revenue Laws in force Jan. 1, 1900;
with appendix, miscellaneous provisions, notes, and supplements, 1901
and 1902. Compiled "Legacy Tax Law with Digest of Court and Treasury
Decisions," 1902.

Married Rosa May Birch (ex-'87), 13 Nov 1889, at Logansport, Ind.

Children RUTH EMMA, born 8 Oct. 1890.
LEILA BIRCH, born 29 July 1892.
WILLIAM BIRCH, born 17 July 1895.
ISAAC REYNOLDS, III., born 7 June 1901.

Residence, 1334 Columbia Road, Washington, D. C.

508. CAROLINE LOUISA HUNT.
SISTER OF No. 232.

Born 23 Aug. 1865, in Chicago, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School.
A.B. Delta Gamma; Phi Beta Kappa. Graduate student, Northwestern
University, in Chemistry and German, 1893-94. Graduate student in Chem-
istry, University of Chicago, 1894-95. Graduate student in Chemistry,
Northwestern University, 1895-96. Instructor in Domestic Economy
in Lewis Institute, Chicago, 1896-1901 ; same, John B. Stetson University,
DeLand, Fla., 1903.

Residence, 1566 Oak Ave., Evanston, 111.

509. JOHN EDDY HUNT.

Born 28 Sept. 1865, at Lafayette, 111. Prepared in Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. Ph.B. Beta Theta Pi. Editor-in-chief of Northwestern.

Attended Union College of Law. Attorney at law in Chicago, 1890 . Has

published "Acknowledgment of Deeds."

Married Minnie BeUe Bissell, 23 Dec. 1890.

Child HELEN LUCILE, born 9 May 1896.

Residence, Oak Park, 111. Office, 65, 87 Clark St., Chicago.

510. ISAAC JOHNSON.

Born 6 July 1856, at Capron, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. 1890, B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Metho-
dist Episcopal, Wisconsin Conference; pastor at Hortonville, Waterloo, Allen
Grove, Richmond, and New London, Wis.

Married Alice Davidson Gillies, 2 Oct. 1888.
Children RAYMOND GOLDTHORP, born 30 April 1891.
MIRIAM ISABELLA, born 20 Sept. 1895.
OLIVE MATILDA, born 12 March 1898.
ESTHER MARIE, born 13 June 1902.
Residence, New London, Wis.



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511. CHARLES ELIJAH LINEBARGER.

Born 21 Feb. 1867, at Plainfield, 111. Prepared in Evanston High School
and Northwestern University Academy. A.B. Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta
Kappa. Graduated from Northwestern University School of Music. Graduate
study in Germany and France. Teacher of Physical Science in Chicago high
schools, 1895 .

Residence, 2583 Hermitage Ave., Chicago, 111.

512. FRANK LITTLE.

Born 19 March 1862, at Frederick, Md. Prepared in Northwestern Uni-
versity Academy. A.B. Phi Kappa Psi. Editor Northwestern, Jan.-Sept.,
1887. Publishing business, 1889-92. 1894, LL.B., Lake Forest University.
Lawyer.

Married Mabelle Thatcher (No. 523), in 1888, at River Forest, 111.

Residence, River Forest, 111. Office, 1226, 153 La Salle St., Chicago.

513. ELLEN FOWLER MARSH.

Born 15 Dec. 1863, at Bristol, Wis. Prepared in Northwestern University
Academy. B.L. Ossoli. Graduate student in University of Wisconsin.
Assistant in high school at Knoxville, la., 1889-93; same at Elkhorn,

Wis., 1894-99; Science Department, Northfield (Minn.) High School, 1899 .

Member at different times of various county and state teachers' associations.

Residence, Northfield, Minn.

514. NORMAN ALLEN MARTIN.

Born 16 Aug. 1860, at Charlotte, Vt. Prepared in Troy Conference Acad-
emy, Poultney, Vt. Wesleyan University, Conn. A.B. Chi Psi (Wesleyan
University) . Attended Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodi _>t Epis-
copal; North Nebraska Conference, 1890-99; Nebraska Conference, 1900 .

Pastor at Fullerton, Neb., 1890-92; Grand Island, Neb., 1893-97; Fullerton,
Neb., 1897-98; Schuyler, Neb., 1899; Lincoln, Neb., 1900 .

Married Luthera Percival, 6 Aug. 1884, at North Ferrisburg, Vt.

Children PERCY P., born 3 July 1886; died 23 Dec. 1886.
RUTH E., born 24 Aug. 1892.
LUCIA M., born 22 Aug. 1898.

Residence, 1526 A St., Lincoln, Neb.



515. OSCAR MIDDLEKAUFF.
BROTHER OF No. 516.

Born 8 Aug. 1868, at Forreston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University
Academy. Ph.B. Delta Upsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. Norton
and Hinman second prizes. 1888-89, attended Union College of Law,
Chicago. Attorney at law at Sioux City, la., 1890-99. On account of poor
health engaged in stock business in Nebraska since 1899.



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Married Alice Humbert, 9 Feb. 1893, at Sioux City, la.
Children MARK H., born 6 Nov. 1895.

RUTH, born 23 Aug. 1897.
Address, Lexington, Neb., R. F. D. No. 2.

516. SAMUEL HENRY MIDDLEKAUFF.
BROTHER OF No. 515.

Born 3 Feb. 1865, at Forreston, 111. Prepared in Northwestern University
Academy. A.B. 1888-89, student at Garrett Biblical Institute. Hinman.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; pastor at Battle Creek, Salix, Jewell,
Meriden, Fonda, Burt, Lehigh, and Jolley, Iowa. Became supernumerary
in 1900, and has since traveled for health.

Married Fannie Williams, 29 Aug. 1894, at Meriden, la.

Residence, Pacific Grove, Cal.

517. EDWARD CARLTON PAGE.

Born 29 May 1863, at Belvidere, 111. Prepared in Mt. Morris College, 111.
A.B. Adelphic. Tutor in Northwestern University Academy, 1886-88.
Graduate study in History and Literature at the University of Chicago.
Assistant County Superintendent of Schools, Ogle Co., 111., 1888-93.
Associate in History, University of Chicago, 1893-99; Professor of His-
tory and Geography, Northern Illinois State Normal School, De Kalb,

111., 1899 . Member Illinois State Teachers' Association, Northern

Illinois Teachers' Association, Illinois State Historical Society, De Kalb
County Historical Society, North Central Historical Teachers' Association,
American Academy of Political and Social Science, American Historical
Association. President of Sonth Side Union of Epworth League, Chicago
District, 1897-98. President North Central History Teachers' Association,
1902-03.

Author of "Hand of Providence in American History" ; editor of Ogle



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