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Demonstrator in Pathology, North western University Medical School, 1898-99.
Professor of Pathology, Wisconsin College of Physicians and Surgeons,
1900-01. Member of Milwaukee and Wisconsin Medical Societies. Articles
published in the report of Chicago Pathological Society, 1898-99; American
Gynaecological Journal; Wisconsin State Medical Society Report.

Residence, 95, 31st St., Milwaukee, Wis.

*DANA LEWIS GATES.

1898. M.S. (Zoology). (See No. 955.)

EDWIN ALMIRON GREENLAW.
1898. A.M. (History). (See No. 958.)

SAMUEL JAMES PEASE.
1898. A.M. (Greek). (See No. 977.)

1427. ALICE GABRIELLE TWIGHT (BRUGNOT).

1898. Ph.D. (French). Thesis: Women of the French Seventeenth
Century Classical Theater.

Born 17 July 1868, at Marseilles, France. Baccalaureat es Sciences',
University d'Aix, Faculte de Marseille, 1892. Licence s Langues Vivantes,
Sarbonne, University of Paris, 1893. Instructor at Maison de la Legion
d'Honneur, 1893-94. Head of French Department of Bryn Mawr School,
Baltimore, 1895-96; Grant Collegiate Institute, Chicago, 1896-98. Lectures
in Chicago, 1898-1901. University School for Girls, Chicago, since 1901.
Contributor to French magazines.

Address, care of University School for Girls, Chicago, 111.

1428. ALICE JOSEPHINE BURLING.

1899. Ph.M. (English Language).

Born 21 March 1877, at Postville, la. 1897, Ph.B., Upper Iowa
University.

Residence, Postville, Iowa.

JOHN MILTON CHAMBERS.
1899. A.M. (English Literature). (See No. 865.)

JESSE NEVIN GATES.
1899. A.M. (Mathematics). (See No. 956.)



370 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

1429. CHARLES HILL.

1899. Ph.D. (Zoology). Thesis: Primary Segmentation of the Verte-
brate Brain.

Born 27 June 1862, at Leland, 111. 1891, B.S., University of Michigan.
1892, M.S., same. Professor of Biology, University of Washington, Seattle,
Wash., 1892-99. Assistant Professor of Embryology and Histology, North-
western University Medical School, since 1899. President of Washington
Academy of Science, 1895-96. Acting f)ean of Department of Pharmacy,
University of Washington, 1895-97. Contributor to Journal of Morphology,
Anatomischer Anzeiger, Zoologische Jahrbiichcr.

Address, 2431 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.

ELFRIEDA HOCHBAUM.
1899. Ph.M. (German). (See No. 1089.)

WILLIAM EDWARD HOWARD.

1899. M.S. (Astronomy). (See No. 1090.)

WALTER CLINTON JONES.
1899. A.M. (Zoology). (See No. 1024.)

FRANK HARDY LANE.
1899. Ph.M. (English Literature). (See No. 821.)

1430. THEODORE LINDQUIST.

1899. M.S. (Mathematics).

Born 11 Aug. 1875, at Andover, 111. 1897, A.B., Lombard University.
Instructor at State Agricultural College, Manhattan, Kan.
Permanent address, 5952 Green St., Chicago, 111.

FRANCIS JOSEPH ROSS MITCHELL.
1899. A.M. (Law). (See No. 906.)

IDA JANE OKEY.
1899. Ph.M. (English Literature). (See No. 775.)

CHARLES SPAULDING WINSLOW.

1899. A.M. (Greek and Latin). (See No. 1058.)

PAUL MILFORD ADAMS.

1900. A.M. (Zoology). (See No. 1059.)



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PAUL GUSTAV ADOLF BUSSE.
1900. A.M. (German). (See No. 1149.)

JANE ALICE CHASE.
1900. M.L. (English Literature). (See No. 1071.)

HARVEY RUFUS DE BRA.
1900. A.M. (Social Philosophy). (See No. 1009.)

1431. ARTHUR JAMES FOLSOM.

1900. Ph.M. (History).

Born 1875, at Dunnville, Ontario. 1898, Ph.B., Cornell College. Grad-
uate work at Northwestern University, 1898-99; Garrett Biblical Institute,
1899-1900. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal.

Residence, Whiting, Ind.

1432. ETHELWYN FOOTE.

1900. A.M. (Zoology).

Born 17 Feb. 1875, at Williamstown, Mass. 1897, A.B., Smith College.
Graduate work at Northwestern University, 1898-1900. Instructor in Science
at Ferry Hall Seminary, Lake Forest, 111., Feb. 1899-June 1900.

Residence, 644 S. Pasadena Ave., Pasadena, Cal.

ELIZA PLATT HALL.

1900. M.S. (English Language). (See No. 1086.)

1433. CHARLES J. KURTZ.

1900. A.M. (Bacteriology).

Born 14 April 1872, at Clarence Center, N. Y. 1894, A.B., Kalamazoo
College. 1898, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. Interne,
Wesley Hospital, 1899-1901. Instructor in Physiology, Northwestern
University Medical School. Medical Inspector of Chicago schools, 1900.

Residence, 4711 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111.

MARY KING MAC HARG.
1900. Ph.M. (French). (See No. 971.)

GEORGE TAYLOR NESMITH.
1900. A.M. (Moral and Social Philosophy). (See No. 1111.)

JAMES ELVON REMINGTON.
1900. M.S. (Chemistry). (See No. 1122.)



372 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

ETHEL MAY SWARTHOUT (FLEMING).

1900. A.M. (Moral and Social Philosophy}. (See No. 1129.)

1434. LELIA CLYDE BASSETT.

1901. A.M. (German).

Born 19 May 1877, at Greencastle, Ind. 1897, A.B., De Pauw University.
1901, A.M., Northwestern University. .
Residence, Thorntown, Ind.

NELLE LOUISE FLESHIEM (MURRAY).
1901. Ph.M. (German). (See No. 874.)

ROY CASTON FLICKINGER.
1901. A.M. (Greek). (See No. 1081.)

SAMUEL DEBENHAM GLOSS.
1901. M.S. (Chemistry). (See No. 957.)

1435. ARTHUR DAY HOWARD.
BROTHER OF Nos. 544 AND 817.

1901. M.S. (Zoology).

Born 30 Dec. 1874, at Glencoe, 111. 1898, B.S., Amherst College. In-
structor in Boys' School, Englewood, N. J., 1898-99. Fellow in Zoology,
Northwestern University, [1900-1902. Graduate student, Harvard Univer-
sity, Thayer scholarship, 1902-03.

Residence, Glencoe, 111.

WILLIAM JACOB KELLER.
1901. A.M. (Greek). (See No. 1174.)

OLA SAMUEL MEDLAR.
1901. M.S. (Zoology). (See No. 1104.)

1436. WALTER DUDLEY NASH.

1901 . M.L. (Political Economy) .

Born 1877, at Rockford, 111. 1899, B. L., Wheaton College.

Residence, Rockford, 111.

LIZZIE BROWNING NOYES.

1901. M.L. (History). Non-resident, (See No. 553.)

ANNIE HARRIET PRICE.
1901. Ph.M. (English Literature). (See No. 780.)



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373



PERCY ERNEST THOMAS.
1901. Ph.M. (English Language). (See No. 1210.)

ROBERT EDWARD WILSON.
1901. Ph.M. (Mathematics). (See No. 1057.)

CYRUS AMES WRIGHT.

1901. A.M. (English Literature). (See No. 1136).

1437. THOMAS MAZE ADERHOLD.

1902. M.S. (Human Physiology).

Born 24 Sept. 1871, at Atlanta, Ga. 1896, B.S., Washburn College,
Kan. 1901, M.D., Northwestern University Medical School. Interne,
St. Mary's Hospital, Chicago, 1901-02. In Red Cross Company of Surgeons
in Boer War, 1899-1901.

Permanent Address, Valley Falls, Kan.

JOHN CLARK BAKER.
1902. A.M. (Physics). (See No. 1221).

1438. MRS. HELEN CLARK BALMER.
MOTHER OP No. 1322.

1902. A.M. (English Language).

Born 1859, at St. Louis, Mo. 1876, A.B., Vassar. Also attendedJNormal
School, Cincinnati, O. Author of "Bellevue Sketches," 1902.
Residence, 1327 Hollywood Ave., Chicago, 111.

CASSIUS M. CLAY BUNTAIN.
1902. A.M. (Law). (See No. 1069.)

HERBERT CONRAD HANSEN.
1902. Ph.M. (German). (See No. 1250.)

ERNEST BRYANT HOAG.
1902. A.M. (Pathology). (See No. 661.)

SUSAN MIXTER KNOX.
1902. A.M. (English Literature). (See No. 1261.)

1439. AUGUSTUS CLAY MINEAR.
1902. A.M. (Chemistry).

Born 1874, at Kilbourne, la. 1898, A.B., Iowa Wesleyan University.
Northwestern University, 1900-02.
Residence, Kilbourne, la.



374 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

ELSIE NEIGLICK.

1902. Ph.M. (German). (See No. 1275.}

1440. SAMUEL SHAW PARKS.

1902. A.M. (Law).

Office, 402 Ashland Block, Chicago, 111.

ROYAL ARTHUR PORTER.
1902. M.S. (Physics). (See No. 1284.)

RUBY ELEANOR RAWLL.
1902. Ph.M. (History) . (See No. 1287.)

MARY ELLEN TAYLER.

1902. M.S. (Botany). (See No. 1209.)

ARTHUR GUY TERRY.
1902. Ph.M. (History). (See No. 1303.)

EFFIE ELLEN THAYER.
1902. M.S. (Zoology). (See No. 1304.)

MARY EDITH THOMPSON.
1902. Ph.M. (Latin). (See No. 1211.)

JOHN WALLACE WELSH.
1902. A.M. (English Literature). (See No. 1310.)

ABBIE FLORENCE WILLIAMS.
1902. M.L. (English Language). (See No. 1312.)

JACKSON STITT WILSON.
1902. A.M. (Sociology). (See No. 990.)




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PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND PRESIDENT JAMES
On steps of Orrington Lunt Library, April 2, 1903



HONORARY ALUMNI

1441. *JOSEPH CUMMINGS.

1866. LL.D.

Born 3 March 1817, at Falmouth, Me. 1840, A.B., Wesleyan University
(Conn.); Phi Beta Kappa; 1843, A.M.; 1854 ; D.D. 1861, D.D., Harvard.
Teacher of Natural Science and Mathematics, Amenia (N. Y.) Seminary,
1S40-43; principal of same, 1843-46. Joined New England Conference of
Methodist Episcopal Church, 1846. Pastor at Maiden, Chelsea, and Boston,
1846-53. Professor of Theology, Concord Biblical Institute, 1853-54.
President of Genesee College (N. Y.), 1854-57. President of Wesleyan
University, 1857-75. Professor of Mental Philosophy and Political Economy,
Wesleyan, 1875-77. Pastor at Maiden, Mass., 1877-79; at Cambridge,
1880-81. President Northwestern University 1881-90. Vice-President
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1886.

Died 7 May 1890, at Evanston, 111.

1442. ^RANDOLPH SINKS FOSTER.

1866. LL.D.

Born 22 Feb. 1820, at Williamsburg, O. Attended Augusta (Ky.) College.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Kentucky, Ohio, and New York Con-
ferences. President Northwestern University, 1857-60. Professor Sys-
tematic Theology, Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J., 1868-69;
President same, 1869-72. Since 1872, Bishop Methodist Episcopal Church.
Author of "Objections to Calvinism," "Christian Purity," " Centenary
Thoughts," " Beyond the Grave," " Studies in Theology," " Philosophy of
Christian Experience," " Union of Episcopal Methodism."

Died 1 May 1903, at Newton Center, Mass.

1443. *GEORGE S. HARE.

1866. D.D.

Born 21 Nov. 1824, at S. Egremont, Mass. Clergyman, Methodist
Episcopal, in New England, Newark and New York Conferences. Delegate
to General Conferences of 1880, 1884, and 1888.

Died 9 Jan. 1889, at Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

1444. *GEORGE WORTHY QUEREAU.

FATHER OF Nos. 268 AND 520.
1866. D.D.

Born 9 June 1827, at Stanford, N. Y. 1849, A.B., Wesleyan University.
Taught in Providence Conference Seminary, E. Greenwich, R. I., 1849 and
1852-53; principal of same, 1854-58. Attended Auburn (N. Y.) Theological

375



376 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

Seminary, 1851. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Providence Conference,
1857-59; transferred to Rock River Conference. Principal of Jennings Sem-
inary, Aurora, 111., 1858-73. Manager silver plate factory, Aurora, 111.,
1878-87.

Died 11 April 1900, at Aurora 111.

1445. *NATHAN SHEPPARD.

1866. A.M.

Born at Baltimore, Md., 1834. Graduated from Attleborough College,
1854, and Rochester Theological Seminary, 1859. Special correspondent
for New York and Chicago papers during Civil War and Franco-Prussian
War. Lecturer in University of Chicago, 1873-77. Similar appointment
at Allegheny College, 1877. Settled in Saratoga Springs, 1884. Spent four
years in Europe.

Died 24 Jan. 1888, in New York City.

1446. GEORGE McKENDREE STEELE.

1866. D.D.

Born 13 April 1823, at Strafford, Vt. 1850, A.B., Wesleyan. 1853, A.M.,
same. 1879, LL.D., Lawrence. Teacher at Wilbraham, Mass., 1853.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; pastorates in Massachusetts, 1853-64.
President of Lawrence University, 1865-79. Principal of Wesleyan Academy,
Wilbraham, Mass., 1879-92. Instructor in Lasell Seminary, Auburndale,
Mass., 1893-95. Superannuate, Chicago, 1897-1901; Kenilworth, 111., since
1901. Member State Board of Visitors, United States Naval Academy,
1871. Commissioner from Wisconsin to World's Exposition, Vienna, 1873.
Member of Wisconsin Academy of Art, Science and Literature, and of Ameri-
can Economic Association. Author of "Infant Baptism," 1859; "Outlines
of Political Economy," 1886; " Outlines of Bible Study," 1887; " Rudimentary
Psychology," 1888; "Rudimentary Economics," 1890; "Rudimentary
Ethics," 1891; "Character and Conduct"; "Talks to Young People," 1899.
Contributor to the Christian Examiner, Freewill Baptist Quarterly, North
American Review, Methodist Quarterly, Boston Review, etc.

Residence, Kenilworth, 111.

1447. *JAMES STEWART JEWELL.
FATHER OF No. 1255.

1868. A.M.

1886. LL.D.

Born 8 Sept. 1837, at Elizabeth, 111. 1860, M.D., Chicago Medical College.
Physician, Chicago and Evanston. Contract Surgeon, United States Army,
1862-63. Professor of Anatomy, Chicago Medical College, 1861-69; of
Nervous and Mental Diseases, 1870-82; Professor Emeritus of same till
death. Editor of Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 1874-82. Editor
of Neurological Review, 1886-87. Contributor to the Methodist Quarterly
Review, Church Advocate, Sunday School Journal, and North American



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 377

Review. Member of Chicago Academy of Sciences. At one time president of
American Medical Association.

Died 18 April 1887, at Evanston, 111.

1448. *HOOPER CREWS.
1870. D.D.

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Rock River Conference. Trustee of
Northwestern University, appointed by the Conference, 1856-70.
Died 21 Dec. 1880, at Oregon, 111.

1449. *FRANCIS DANA HEMENWAY.

FATHER OF No. 282.

1870. D.D.

Born 10 Nov. 1830, at Chelsea, Vt. Attended Newbury Seminary, Vt.
Graduated from Concord Theological School, 1853. 1859, A.M. (hon.),
Ohio Wesleyan University. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, at Montpelier,
Vt., Kalamazoo, Mich., and Chicago, 111. Taught at Newbury, Vt., 1853-55.
Professor in Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, 111., 1864-84. Author of
" Commentary on Jeremiah and Lamentations," Whedon series, and " Studies
in Hymnology."

Died 19 April 1884, at Evanston, 111.

1450. JAMES M. JAMESON.
1870. D.D.

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Central Ohio Conference. Super-
annuated.

1451. OLIN FISK MATTISON.
FATHER OF Nos. 620, 824, 1028, AND 1186.
1870. A.M.

Born 28 Dec. 1841, at Macon, Ga. Attended Seminary at Mt. Morris,
111. Taught at Illinois Soldiers' College, 1868-71. Clergyman, Methodist
Episcopal, at Prophetstown, De Kalb, Rochelle, Polo, Dixon, Freeport,
Joliet, Wheaton, Aurora and Evanston, 111.
Residence, 933 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111.

1452. *LYMAN TRUMBULL.

1870. LL.D.

Born 12 Oct. 1813, at Colchester, Conn. Educated at Bacon Academy.
Taught in Georgia. Practiced law in Illinois. Member of State Legislature,
1840. Secretary of State, 1841. Justice of Illinois Supreme Court, 1848.
United States Senator, 1855-73. Professor of International and Constitutional
Law in Union College of Law, Chicago, 111., 1874-76.

Died 25 June 1896, in Chicago.

1453. C. H. BUCKS.

1871. A.M.



378 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

1454. NATHAN SMITH DAVIS.
FATHER OF No. 301.

1871. A.M.

1897. LL.D.

Born 9 Jan. 1817, at Greene, N. Y. 1837, M.D., College Physicians and
Surgeons, Fairfield, N. Y. 1870, LL.D., Illinois Wesleyan University.
Physician in New York State, 1837-49; since 1849 at Chicago. Lecturer,
College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1848. Professor, Rush
Medical College, Chicago, 1849-59. On of the founders of Chicago Medical
College (now Medical School of Northwestern University). Professor in
same thirty years, and Dean of Faculty until 1898. Professor of Medical
Jurisprudence, in Union College of Law. Founder of Mercy Hospital.
President of International Medical Congress, 1887. Trustee of Northwestern
University since 1876. Member of Chicago Academy of Sciences, Chicago
Historical Society, Illinois State Microscopical Society. Honorary member of
British Medical Association. Member of American Medical Association,
Illinois State Medical Society, Chicago Medical Society, and Medico-Legal
Societies of Chicago and of New York. Author of " Principles and Practice of
Medicine," "Medical Education and Reform," "Verdict of Science Concern-
ing the Effects of Alcohol on Man," etc. Has written numerous articles for
The Annalist, New York, Chicago Medical Journal, Chicago Medical Examiner,
Journal of American Medical Association, Northwestern Medical and Surgical
Journal, American Medical Temperance Journal, Chicago Record-Herald, etc.

Residence, 291 Huron St., Chicago, 111.; office, 65 Randolph St.

1455. *PHILIP HENRY SHERIDAN.

1871. LL.D.

Born 6 March 1831, at Albany, N. Y. Graduated at West Point, 1853.
Captain at outbreak of Civil War; Quartermaster, 1861; Colonel of Cavalry
(May), and Brigadier-General of Volunteers (July), 1862; appointed Major-
General of Volunteers, 31 Dec. 1862; at Chickamauga, 1863; commanded
important assault at battle of Missionary Ridge, 1863; commander of cavalry
corps of Army of Potomac, April, 1864; conducted successful campaign in
Shenandoah Valley, 1864; appointed Brigadier-General in regular army,
and later Major-General; conducted successful raid from Petersburg to Win-
chester, and had leading part in pursuit to Appomattox Court House. Com-
mander of Military Division of Gulf, 1865-67; commander Department of
Mo., 1867; Lieutenant-General, 1869; visited Europe, 1870; General-in-Chief,
1883. Author of " Personal Memoirs," 1888.

Died 5 Aug. 1888, at Nonquitt, Mass.

1456. WILLIAM WOOD STAMP.

1871. D.D.
English clergyman.

1457. WILLIAM CLAY.

1872. A.M.

Residence, Holly Springs, Miss.



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 379

1458. EDGAR T. PAUL.

1872. A.M. ad eundem.

1459. *ARTHUR EDWARDS.
FATHER OF No. 504.

1873. D.D.

Bom 23 Nov. 1834, at Norwalk, O. 1858, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University.
1896, LL.D., University of Denver. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal.
For many years trustee of Northwestern University, from Detroit Conference.
Chaplain of First Michigan Infantry through the Civil War. Assistant
editor Northwestern Christian A dvocate ,1864-72; editor same, 1872-1901.
Member of Illinois State Historical Society, and Military Order of Loyal
Legion.

Died 20 March 1901, at Chicago, 111.

1460. *ANDREW J. JUTKINS.

1874. D.D.

Born 7 Jan 1829, in Washington Co., New York. Clergyman, Methodist
Episcopal. Elder in Troy Conference, 1854-67. Transferred to Rock River
Conference. Presiding elder of Chicago district, 1873-77. Pastor at
Batavia, Aurora, Kankakee, Ravenswood and Lake Bluff. Transferred to
Kentucky Conference. Stationed at Lexington three years. Returned to
Rock River Conference. Superannuated, 1892. Moved to Los Angeles,
Cal., 1893.

Died 2 March 1901.

1461. *GEORGE CLEMENT NOYES.

1875. D.D.

Bom at Landaff, N. H. Studied at Jacksonville, 111., and Union Theologi-
cal Seminary. Clergyman, Presbyterian. Pastor at LaPorte, Ind., ten
years; at Evanston, 111., twenty years. Member of Board of Education,
LaPorte and Evanston.

Died 1890, at Evanston, 111.

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1462. *GEORGE PRENTICE.

1875. LL.D.

Born 15 Dec. 1834, at Grafton, Mass. Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham,
Mass. 1865, A.M. (hon.), Wesleyan University. University of Halle, Ger-
many, 1868-69. Member of New England Conference since 1857. Professor
of Rhetoric and English Literature, Wesleyan University, 1871. Professor
of Modern Languages, same, twenty years. Contributor to numerous
magazines. Author of biography of Bishop Haven and of Wilbur Fisk.

Died 10 Oct. 1893, at Pasadena, Cal.

1463. JOHN WALTON.
1875. A.M.
English clergyman.



380 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

1464. HENRY WILKINSON WILLIAMS.

1875. D.D.
English clergyman.

1465. MATTHEW ANDREWS.

1876. A.M.

1466. THOMAS JONATHAN BURRILL.

1876. A.M.

1893. LL.D.

Born 25 April 1839, at Pittsfield, Mass. 1865, Illinois State Normal
School. Professor Botany and Horticulture, University of Illinois, since
1868; Dean Department of Natural Science, 1877-84. Vice-President of
University of Illinois since 1882. Fellow American Society Microscopists.
Author of about two hundred articles in educational, botanical and horti-
cultural reports, magazines, etc.

Residence, 1007 Green St., Urbana, 111.

1467. LEANDER STONE.
1876. A.M.
/

1468. JOHN MONROE VAN VLECK.

1876. LL.D.

Born 4 March 1833, at Stone Ridge, N. Y. 1850, A.B., Wesleyan Uni-
versity. 1900, LL.D., Wesleyan. Teacher, Greenwich Academy, R. I.,
1850. Assistant, Nautical Almanac Office, Cambridge, Mass., 1851-53.
Adjunct Professor, Mathematics, Wesleyan University, 1853-57. Professor,
Mathematics and Astronomy, since 1858. Vice-President since 1890. Acting
President of Wesleyan University, 1872-73, 1887-89, 1896-97. Member
of United States Solar Eclipse Expedition at Mt. Pleasant, la., 1869. Member
of Methodist Educational Conferences at London, 1881, Washington, 1891,
and London, 1901. Fellow, Astronomical and Astrophysical Society
of America; member of American Mathematical Society, Astronomische
Gesellschaft, Connecticut Academy of Science. Prepared astronomical tables
in "American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac," 1855-96.

Address, Middletown, Conn.

1469. *JAMES W. MILNER.

1877. Ph.D.

Attended Northwestern University, 1860-61. Served three years in
Civil War. First Assistant Commissioner of United States Fish Commission.
Died 6 Jan. 1880.

1470. GEORGE RUTLEDGE PALMER.
1877. A.M.

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Central Illinois Conference. Super-
annuated, 1901.

Residence, Onarga, 111.



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 381

1471. GEORGE JOHN STEVENSON.



1877. A.M.

1472. GEORGE WEST BEGGS.



1878. A.M.
Physician.

1473. HORACE GRAY LUNT.
BROTHER OF No. 100.

1878. A.M.

Born 13 Aug. 1847, at Chicago, 111. Prepared at Farmington, Me., Caze-
novia, N. Y., and in Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. Studied law and
practiced for some years in Chicago. Judge, Colorado Springs, Colo.

Residence, 431 N. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo.

1474. JAMES CLEMENT AMBROSE.

1879. A.M.

HENRY SHERMAN BOUTELL.
1879. A.M. ad eundem. (See No. 127.)

1475. MARSHALL DAVIS EWELL.

1879. A.M.

Bom 18 Aug. 1844, at Oxford, Mich. 1868, LL.B., University of Michigan.
1884, M.D., Chicago Medical College. 1879, LL.D., University of Michigan.
M.Pd., Michigan State Normal School. Practiced law, 1868-74; legal
author and instructor in law since. Dean of Chicago-Kent College of
Law, and expert on disputed handwriting. Author of " EwelFs Leading
Cases," "Ewell on Fixtures," "Swell's Medical Jurisprudence," " E well's
Essentials of Law," three vols., and of numerous pamphlets in the American
Law Register and other law journals.

Residence, 747 Hinrnan Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 618, 59 Clark St.,
Chicago.

1476. *H. M. LANEY.
1879. A.M.

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Nebraska Conference.
Died in 1894.

1477. ROBERT DICKINSON SHEPPARD.
FATHER OF No. 1204.

1879. A.M.

Born 23 July 1847, near Chicago, 111. 1869, A.B., Chicago University. 1870,
B.D., Garrett Biblical Institute. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor
at Chicago, Rockford, and Aurora, 111. Studied in Leipzig, Germany. Pro-
fessor of Political Economy and History at Northwestern University, 1886-87.
Since 1887 Professor of English and American History, and treasurer and
business agent of Northwestern University. President of Board of Directors
of Wesley Hospital, Chicago ; trustee of Garrett Biblical Institute ; same.
Northwestern University, since 1898.

Residence. 225 Greenwood Boulevard, Evanston, 111.



382 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

1478. C. C. STRATTON.
1879. D.D.

President of the University of the Pacific, 1879.
Address, 500, 125 LaSalle St., Chicago, 111.

1479. WESLEY G. WATERS.

1879. D.D.

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal; Otyo Conference; presiding elder of
Toledo District.

Residence, Toledo, Ohio.

1480. *GRANT GOODRICH.

1880. LL.D.

Born 7 Aug. 1811, in New York. Lawyer in Chicago, 1834-89. Judge of
Superior Court, 1859-64. Active member of Union -Defense Committee.
Alderman of Chicago one term. Trustee of Rush Medical College, from its
foundation. One of the founders of Northwestern University, and trustee
of same thirty-eight years.

Died 15 March 1889.

EMILY FRANCES WHEELER.

1880. A.M. (See No. 182.)

1481. *DAVID HILTON WHEELER.

1881. LL.D.

Born 18 Nov. 1829, at Ithaca, N. Y. Attended Rock River Conference
Seminary. Professor of Greek in Cornell College. United States Consul
at Genoa, Italy, 1861-66. Professor of English Literature and History
at Northwestern University, 1867-75. Acting President of Northwestern
University, 1867-69. Editor of the Methodist, 1875-83. President of
Allegheny College, 1883-92. Wrote many articles for newspapers, reviews,
and periodicals. Author of " Brigandage in South Italy," " By-ways of
Literature/' " Our Industrial Utopia," and " British and American Literature."

Died 18 June 1902, at Meadville, Pa,

1482. *JOHN WESLEY BEACH.

1882. LL.D.

Born 26 Dec. 1825, at Trumbull, Conn. 1845, A.B., Wesleyan University.
Taught and studied in Philadelphia, 1845-49. Principal of Amenia Seminary
(N. Y.), 1851-54. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, 1850-80. President
of Wesleyan University, 1880-87. Presiding elder New York and New
Haven Districts in New York East Conference.

Died 1 Jan. 1902, at Middletown, Conn.

1483. JOHN KER.
1882. D.D.
Clergyman in Ireland.



1882.
Born



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