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1484. *WILLIAM FREDERICK POOLE.



1882. LL.D.

Born 21 Dec. 1821, at Salem, Mass. 1849, A.B., Yale; A.M., same.
Librarian, Boston Athenaeum, Cincinnati Public Library, Chicago Public
Library, and Newberry Library of Chicago. President of Chicago Literary
Club; of the American Library Association, 1886-88; of the American His-
torical Association. Author of " Index to Periodical Literature," " Cotton
Mather and Salem Witchcraft," and " Ordinance of 1787."

Died 1 March 1894, at Evanston, 111.

1485. JAMES HENRY POTTS.

1882. A.M.

Born 12 June 1848, at Woodhouse, Ont. D.D., Albion College. Fourteen
months' service in Sixth Michigan Volunteer Cavalry. Editor Michigan
Christian Advocate, Detroit. Author of " Methodism in the Field," " Spiritual
Life," "What to Believe and Why," "The Lord's Day, our Sabbath," " Per-
rin's Principles of Church Government," etc.

Residence, Highland Park, Mich.

FRANK MILTON BRISTOL.

1883. A.M.

1888. D.D. (See No. 218.)

1486. HOWARD GRAVES GREY.

BROTHER OF No. 881.

1883. Ph.B.

Born 2 Dec. 1856, in Chicago, 111. Student at Northwestern University,
1873-76; at Polytecknische Schule, Stuttgart, Germany, and at College of
Lusanne, Lusanne, Switzerland. Manufacturer in Chicago, 1878-89. Evans-
ton alderman, one term. Member of High School Board, fifteen years.
Trustee of University of Chicago since 1900,

Residence, 329 Lake St., Evanston, 111.






1487. *HOSMER ALLEN JOHNSON.



il883. LL.D.
M.D. A.M. Professor of Diseases of Respiratory and Circulatory
Organs, Northwestern University, 1869-74; of Clinical Medicine, and Secre-
tary of Medical Faculty, same, 1874-77; of Principles and Practice of Medi-
cine and Clinical Medicine, same, 1877-80; Emeritus Professor, 1880-91.
Deceased.

1488. *CHARLES RAYMOND.
FATHER OF No. 481 AND BROTHER OF No. 1492.

1883. A.M.

Born at Rensselaerville, N. Y. Prepared at Wilbraham Academy.
Attended Wesleyan University. Conducted private schools at Natchez,



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Miss., and Gloucester, Mass. Superintendent of Public Schools at Evans-
ton, 111., 1869-74. Principal of Princeton (111.) High School, 1874-78.
Employed in County Treasurer's office, Chicago.
Died 30 April 1903, at Evanston, 111.

1489. CHARLES C. SNYDER.

1883. A.M.

1490. RALPH NELSON ISHAM.

1884. A.M.

Physician. Professor Emeritus of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, North-
western University Medical School.

Residence, 321 Dearborn Ave., Chicago, 111.

1491. BRADFORD PAUL RAYMOND.

1884. D.D.

Born 22 April 1846, at Stamford, Conn. Attended Hamline University
(Minn.). 1870, A.B., Lawrence University (Wis.). 1873, B.D., Boston
University. 1881, Ph.D., same. 1889, LL.D., Lawrence University
(Wis.) Enlisted as a private in Forty-eighth New York Infantry, 1864;
discharged at close of war as Corporal. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal.
Pastor in New England Southern Conference, 1874-83. In Leipzig and Got-
tingen, 1880-81. President of Lawrence University, 1883-89; since then,
President of Wesleyan University (Conn.). Author of "Christianity and
the Christ," 1894.

Residence, Middletown, Conn.

1492. *MINER RAYMOND.

BROTHER OF No. 1488, FATHER OF Nos. 56, 80 AND 104, AND GRANDFATHER

OF No. 557.

1884. LL.D.

Born 29 Aug. 1811, in New York City. Graduated from Wesleyan
Academy, Wilbraham, Mass., 1831. Became instructor in same. Joined
New England Conference of Methodist Episcopal Church. Pastor at Wor-
cester, Boston, and Westfield. Became Principal of the Wesleyan Academy.
Professor of Systematic Theology in Garrett Biblical Institute, 1864-97.

Died 25 Nov. 1897, at Evanston, 111.

* JAMES WILLIAM HANEY.
1886. D.D. (See No. 14.)

1493. STEPHEN MASON MERRILL.

1886. LL.D.

Born 16 Sept. 1825, in Jefferson Co., O. 1868, D.D., Ohio Wesleyan
University. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal, in Ohio Conference, 1846-68.
Editor Western Christian Advocate, 1868-72; since, Methodist Episcopal




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Bishop. Author of " Christian Baptism/' " The Second Coming of Christ,"
" Aspects of Christian Experience/' " Digest of Methodist Law," " Outline
Thoughts on Prohibition/ 7 " Mary of Nazareth and Her Family/' " Union of
American Methodism," and " Crisis of this World."
Address, 57 Washington St., Chicago, 111.

1494. *JOHN EUGENE DAVIES.

1887. LL.D.

A.M. M.D. Professor of Natural History and Chemistry, University
of Wisconsin, 1868-74; of Astronomy and Physics, 1874-78; of Physics,
1878-91 ; of Electricity and Mathematical Physics, 1891-1900.

Deceased.

1495. ALBERT ERICSON.
1887. A.M.
1900. D.D.

President of the Swedish Theological Seminary at Evanston, 111.
Residence, 2118 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111.

1496. EDWARD DWIGHT EATON.

1887. D.D.

Born 21 Jan. 1851, at Lancaster, Wis. 1872, A.B., Beloit College.
1875, A.M., same. 1875, B.D., Yale Theological School. 1899, D.D.,
Yale University. 1887, LL.D., Wisconsin University. Studied at
Leipzig and Heidelberg. Clergyman, Congregational. Pastor at Oak Park,
111., 1879-86. President Beloit College, 1886-1901. Pastor at Milford,

Wis., 1901 . Delegate, sent in 1898 by American Board of Commissioners

for Foreign Missions to inspect the Chinese Missions.

Residence, Milford, Wis.

E1497. *MRS. MARY ELIZABETH HAYES JONES.
MOTHER OF No. 369.
1887. A.M.
Mt. Holyoke Seminary, 1849-51. Lady principal Northwestern Female
liege, 1856-62 and 1868-71. One year secretary to Frances Willard.
Deceased.
1498. SYLVESTER F. JONES.
1887. D.D.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Supernumerary, New York Con-
ference.

Residence, 101 Pinckney St., Boston, Mass.

ELI McCLISH.
1887. D.D. (See No. 140.)



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1499. CHARLES MACAULAY STUART.

1887. A.M. ad eundem.

Born 20 Aug. 1853, at Glasgow, Scotland. 1880, B.D., Garrett Biblical
Institute; D.D., same; A.M., Kalamazoo College. Clergyman, Methodist
Episcopal. Associate Editor Michigan Christian Advocate, 1885-86. Assistant
Editor, Northwestern Christian Advocate, 1886-96. Professor of Sacred
Rhetoric, Garrett Biblical Institute, since 1896. Member American Society
of Church History. Author of " Descriptive Text of Photogravures of the
Holy Land," 1890; " Life and Selected Writings of Francis Dana Hemenway "
(with C. F. Bradley and A. W. Patten), 1890; "Gospel Singers and their
Songs" (with F. D. Hemenway), 1891; " Vision of Christ in the Poets,"
1896; " Story of the Masterpieces," 1897.

Residence, 726 Emerson St., Evanston, 111.

1500. EDWARD HUTCHINS WEBSTER.

1887. A.M.

Northwestern University, 1868-70. M.D., Chicago Medical College.
Physician in Evanston.

Residence, 1332 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111.

1501. MRS. ELIZABETH W. ANDREW.

1888. A.M.

Residence, 679~Sixteenth St., Oakland, Cal.

1502. MELVILLE WESTON FULLER.

1888. LL.D.

Born 11 Feb. 1833, at Augusta, Me. 1853, A.M., Bowdoin College. At-
tended Harvard Law School. 1888, LL.D., Bowdoin. 1890, LL.D., Harvard.
Lawyer at Augusta, Me., 1855. Practiced law in Chicago, 1856-88. Member
Illinois State Constitutional Convention, 1862; Illinois Legislature, 1863-65.
Delegate to Democratic National Conventions, 1864, 1872, 1876, 1880;
since 1888, Chief Justice of United States.

Residence, 1801 F St., Washington, D. C.

HORACE NELSON HERRICK.

1889. A.M. (See No. 340.)

1503. WILLIAM HENRY HOLMES.

FATHER OF No. 1359.
1889. A.M.

Born 15 March^l844, at Danville, Vt. 1876, B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti-
tute. 1900, D.D., American University of Harriman. Clergyman, Methodist
Episcopal, at Chicago, Joliet, and Evanston, 111. Presiding Elder of Joliet
District since 1897. Author of "The Scientific Basis of Patriotism," printed



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in American Statesman Magazine, Private Sixth Vermont Infantry, Com-
pany E; Sixth Corps, Army of the Potomac, 1862-64. In battles of Freder-
icksburg, Salem Heights, Franklin's Crossing, and Gettysburg.
Residence, 823 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111.

1504. OLIVER HARVEY HORTON.

1889. LL.D.

Born 20 Oct. 1835, at Machias, N. Y. B. L., Northwestern Law School.
1861, State Militia. In Chicago since 1855; Corporation Counsel, 1887.
Judge Circuit Court since 1887. Served three years as Justice of Appellate
Court, First District, 111. Twice delegate to the General Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church. Delegate to Ecumenical Conference, London,
England. Trustee of Northwestern University since 1876.

Residence, 2615 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111.

WINFIELD SCOTT MATTHEW.

1889. D.D. (See No. 204.)

1505. JAMES WHITFORD BASHFORD.

1890. D.D.

Born 27 May 1849, at Fayette, Wis. 1873, A.B., University of Wisconsin.
1876, A.M., same. 1876, B.D., Boston University Theological School.
1881, Ph.D., same. Tutor in Greek, University of Wisconsin, 1874.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastorates at Boston, Mass., Portland,
Me., and Buffalo, N. Y. Since 1889 President of Ohio Wesleyan University.
Author of " Science of Religion," etc.

Residence, Delaware, Ohio.

1506. FRANK BILLINGS.

1890. M.S.

M.D. Northwestern Medical School, 1881. Physician at Cook County,
Presbyterian, and St. Luke's Hospitals. Dean and Professor of Medicine
at Rush Medical College. Member of Chicago Medico-Legal Society, Illinois
State Medical Society, American Medical Association and Association Ameri-
can Physicians.

Address, Rush Medical College,. W. Harrison St., Chicago, 111.

1507. WILMOT WHITFIELD.

1890. D.D.

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Puget Sound Conference. Superin-
tendent of Alaska Mission and pastor at Skagway since 1902.
Residence, Skagway, Alaska.

1508. HENRY WILLIAMS BLODGETT.

1891. LL.D.

Born 21 July 1821, at Amherst, Mass. Attended Amherst Academy.
1844, admitted to bar. Practicing in Waukegan, 111., since 1845. Mem-



388 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

ber of Illinois Legislature, 1852. State Senator, 1858-62. United States
District Judge for Northern District, Illinois, 1869-93; resigned, to become
Counsel for the United States in the Bering Sea controversy.
Residence, Waukegan, 111.

1509. NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS.
1892. D.D.

Born 2 Sept. 1858, at Magnolia, la. Attended Iowa College, Lake Forest
University, and McCormick Theological, Seminary. Clergyman, Presby-
terian, at Peoria, 111., 1887-90; at Evanston, 1890-94; Central Church, Chicago
(independent), 1894-99; since 1899 pastor Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Author of "The Investment of Influence," "A Man's Value to Society,"
" How the Inner Light Failed," " Foretokens of Immortality," " Great Books
as Life Teachers," " Influence of Christ in Modern Life."

Address, Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.

1510. *WILLIAM XAVIER NINDE.
1892. LL.D.

Born 21 June 1832, at Courtlandville, N. Y. 1855, A.B., Wesleyan
University. 1872, D.D., same. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor
in New York State, 1855-60; Cincinnati, O., 1860-70; Detroit, 1870-73.
Professor, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1873-76. Pastor at Detroit, 1876-79.
President of Garrett Biblical Institute, 1879-84. Bishop, 1884-1901.

Died 2 Jan. 1901, at Detroit, Mich.

1511. *WALTER QUINTIN GRESHAM.

1892. LL.D.

Born 17 March 1832, at Lanesville, Ind. Indiana State University one
year. Enlisted 1861 as private in Thirty -eighth Indiana Infantry; elected
Lieutenant - Colonel ; fought in battle of Shiloh; commissioned Colonel of
Fifty-third Indiana Infantry for bravery at Corinth and Vicksburg; promoted
to Brigadier-General of Volunteers, 1863; disabled at Leggett's Hill; for
services in the Atlanta campaign, brevetted Major-General of Volunteers.
Lawyer since 1853. After war resumed practice at New Albany, Ind.
United States District Judge for Indiana; appointed Postmaster-General;
transferred to Treasury Department, 1884; held office few months, resigning
to accept appointment as United States Judge for the Seventh Judicial
District. Republican candidate for presidential nomination, 1884 and 1888.
Secretary of State, 1893 until death.

Died 28 May 1895, at Washington, D. C.

WILLIAM HENRY CRAWFORD.

1893. D.D. (See No. 409.)

1512. THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
1893. LL.D.

Born 27 Oct. 1858, in New York City. 1880, A.B., Harvard. 1899,
LL.D., Columbia University; 1901, Hope College; 1903, University of



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389



Chicago. Member of New York Legislature, 1882-84. Candidate for
Mayor of New York, 1886. National Civil Service Commissioner, 1889-95.
President New York Police Board, 1895-97. Assistant Secretary of Navy,
1897-98; resigned to organize, with Gen. Leonard Wood, First United States
Cavalry Volunteers; became Lieutenant-Colonel; promoted to Colonel for
gallantry at battle of Las Guasimas, Nov. 1898. Governor of New York,
1899-1900, Republican. Vice-President United States, 4 March to 14 Sept.
1901; since, President of United States. Author of " Winning of the West,"
" Life of Gouverneur Morris," " Life of Thomas Hart Benton," " Naval
War of 1812," " History of New York," "American Ideals, and Other Essays,"
"Hunting Trips of a Ranchman," "Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail,"
"Rough Riders," 1899, "Life of Cromwell," 1900, "The Strenuous Life,"
1900.

Residence, Washington, D. C.

1513. THOMAS PHILIP FRANKLIN CRANDON.

FATHER OF Nos. 385 AND 408.

1894. A.M.

Educated at Madison, Wis. Clerk of the County Court of Kane Co., 111.
Member of the Village Councils of Batavia and Evanston, 111. Member of the
School Board of District No. 75, Evanston, 111. Trustee of Northwestern
University. Tax Commissioner of the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad.

Residence, 1414 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111.

1514. CHARLES BETTS GALLOWAY.

1894. LL.D.

Born 1 Sept. 1849, at Kosciusko, Miss. 1868, A.B., University of Missis-
sippi. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastorates in Mississippi. Editor
New Orleans Christian Advocate, 1882-86. Since 1886, Bishop of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Delegate to Ecumenical Methodist
Conference, Washington, 1891. Visited Missions in China and Japan,
1894 ; in Brazil, 1897. Author of " Life of Bishop Linus Parker," " Hand-
book of Prohibition," "Methodism, a Child of Providence," "A Circuit
of the Globe," "Modern Missions," "Christianity and the American Com-
monwealth."

Address, Jackson, Miss.

EDWIN CAMP ARNOLD.

1895. D.D. (See No. 110.)



1515. DANIEL HUDSON BURNHAM.

1895. Sc.D.

Born 4 Sept. 1846, at Henderson, N. Y. Educated in Chicago High
Schools. 1893, A.M., Yale and Harvard. Architect, Chicago. Post-
President, Western Association of Architects. Member American Institute
of Architects. Architect-in-Chief and Director of Works, World's Columbian



390 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

Exposition, 1893. Chairman of Commission to plan parks, etc., for District
of Columbia.

Residence, Dempster St., Evanston, 111. Office, 1142 Rookery Building,
Chicago, 111.

1516. HARVEY BOSTWICK HURD.
1895. LL.D.

Born 14 Feb. 1828, at Huntington, Conn. Jubilee College, Peoria, 111.,
1844-45. Lawyer in Chicago since 1848. Professor in Chicago Law School,
now Northwestern University Law School, since 1862. First President,
Village of Evanston. Secretary National Kansas Committee, which con-
ducted Kansas war on part of the North, 1856-58. Official Reviser of
General Statutes of Illinois ; edited State edition of the same, 1874. Origina-
tor of Chicago drainage canal scheme. Author of Torrens Act, of Illinois,
for registration of land titles; also of Juvenile Court Act of Illinois, April
1899.

Residence, 1572 Ridge Ave., Evanston, 111. Office, 99 Randolph St.,
Chicago, 111.

1517. WILLIAM HENRY JORDAN.
1895. A.M.

Born 16 Oct. 1857. at Leicester, Mass. Attended Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1877-81. 1882, Ph.B., Simpson College. 1885, Ph.M. 1896, D.D.,
Cornell College. Professor Natural History, Simpson College, 1882-85.
Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor at Milbank, S. D., 1885-89. Pre-
siding elder at Sioux Falls, 1889-95. Pastor at Sioux Falls since 1895.
State Regent of Education, 1892-96. General Second Vice-President of
Epworth League since 1900. Delegate to General Conference of Methodist
Episcopal Church, 1896 and 1900; to the Ecumenical Conference, London,
1901. Author of pamphlet, " Our Brother by the Wayside."

Residence, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

1518. ADLAI EWING STEVENSON.
1895. LL.D.

Born 23 Oct. 1835, in Christian Co., Ky. Educated at Center College,
Danville, Ky. Admitted to the bar, 1857. Master in Chancery, 1860-64.
Member of Congress, 1875-77. Delegate to the National Democratic Con-
vention, 1884 and 1892. First Assistant Postmaster-General, 1885-89.
Vice-President of United States, 1893-97. Member of Commission to
Europe to secure International Bimetallism, 1897. Democratic nominee
for Vice-President of United States, 1900.

Residence, Bloomington, 111.

1519. MILTON SPENSER TERRY.

FATHER OF Nos. 634 AND 1303.
1895. LL.D.

Born 22 Feb. 1840, at Coeymans, N. Y. Studied at Yale Divinity School,
and Berlin, Germany. 1870, A.M., honorary, Wesleyan University. 1880,




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D.D., same. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastorates in New York
State, 1863-84. Professor in Garrett Biblical Institute since 1885. Member
of American Oriental Society; Victoria Institute, London; Society of Bib-
lical Literature. Author of " Commentary on the Old Testament/' Vol.
III., 1873; " Commentary on the Old Testament," Vol. IV., 1875 (Whedon
series); " Biblical Hermeneutics," 1883; "Commentary on Old Testament,"
Vol. I., 1889; "The Sibylline Oracles," 1890; "The Prophecies of Daniel
Expounded," 1893; "The Song of Songs," 1893; "Rambles in the Old
World," 1894; "The New Apologetic," 1897; "Biblical Apocalyptics," 1898;
"Moses and the Prophets," 1902; all published by the Methodist Book
Concern.

Residence, 1812 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111.

DE LOSS MONROE TOMPKINS.

1895. D.D. (See No. 244.)

1520. MELVILLE MADISON BIGELOW.

1896. LL.D.

Born 2 Aug. 1846, at Eaton Rapids, Mich. 1866, University of Michigan.
1879, Ph. D., Harvard. Lawyer in Boston. Professor of Law, Boston
University. Author of "The Law of Estoppel," 1872-90 (Little, Brown
& Company); "Leading Cases in the Law of Torts," 1875; "The Law of
Fraud on its Civil Side," 1888-90; "The Law of Bills, Notes and Cheques,"
1893-1900; "The Law of Wills," 1898 (Little, Brown & Company).

Residence, 200 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass.

1521. JAMES ROSCOE DAY.
1896. LL.D.

Born 17 Oct. 1845, at Whitneyville, Me. 1874, A.B., Bowdoin College.
D.D., Wesleyan University (Conn.), and Dickinson College. S. T. D., Bow-
doin. Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal. Pastor in Boston, Portland and New
York. Since 1894, Chancellor of Syracuse University. Trustee of Boston
University. Member of General Conference for several sessions.

Residence, Syracuse, N. Y.

ROBERT HENRY POOLEY.
1896. D.D. (See No. 377.)

1522. ELIZABETH A. REED.
1896. A.M.

Member of the Philosophical Society of Great Britain.

JAMES FRANK STOUT.
1896. D.D. (See No. 176.)



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POLEMUS HAMILTON SWIFT.
1896. D.D. (See No. 355.)

1523. WILLIAM L. WATKINSON.

1896. LL.D.

Clergyman and editor, London, England.


JOHN PATRICK BRUSHINGHAM.

1897. LL.D. (See No. 331.)

JOHN KRANTZ, JR.

1897. D.D. (See No. 198.)

1524. GREENE VARDIMAN BLACK.

1898. LL.D.

Born 3 Aug. 1836, in Scott County, 111. 1877, D.D.S., Missouri Dental
College. M.D., Chicago Medical College. Sc.D., Illinois College. Dean and
Professor of Operative Dentistry, Pathology, and Bacteriology, North-
western University Dental School, Chicago. Author of " Formation of
Poisons by Micro-Organisms," " Periosteum and Peridental Membrane,"
" Anatomy of Human Teeth," also many papersjand journal articles.

Residence, 4465 Oakenwald Ave., Chicago, 111.

*JOHN WESLEY RICHARDS.
1898. D.D. (See No. 144.)

1525. NATHANIEL CLINTON SEARS.

1898. LL.D.

Born at Gallipolis, O. After one year at Knox College (111.), entered
Amherst, graduating in 1875. Studied in Berlin University. 1878, A.M.,
from Amherst. Admitted to bar of Illinois, 1878. Elected Judge of the
Superior Court of Cook County, 1893, and re-elected in 1900. Appointed
Justice of the Appellate Court for First District of Illinois in 1897, re-appointed
in 1900. Appointed Professor in the Law of Procedure and Practice in
Northwestern University, 1897. Resigned judicial positions in 1902.

Office, Ashland Block, Chicago, 111.

ARTHUR HYSLOP BRIGGS.

1899. D.D. (See No. 330.)

EDMUND BOOTH PATTERSON.
1899. D.D. (See No. 415.)



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1526. JOSEPH P. REMINGTON.

1899. Phar.D.
Residence, Longport, N. J.

1527. JOHN PRITCHARD ASHLEY.

1900. D.D.

Born 14 April 1862, at Stoke on Trent, England. 1890, A.B., Ohio
Wesleyan. Graduate studies at Boston University, Jena, Berlin, and Oxford.
A.M. Ph.D. President Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, 1895-98; Albion
College, 1898-1901. Author and lecturer.

Residence, Saratoga, Cal.

CHARLES CUSHMAN BRAGDON.
1900. LL.D. (See No. 31.)

JOSEPH THING LADD.

1900. D.D. (See No. 263.)

CHARLES HORSWELL.

1901. D.D. (See No. 412.)

MATHIAS SAILOR KAUFMAN.
1901. D.D. (See No. 136.)

FREDERICK HILL SHEETS.
1901. D.D. (See No. 379.)



1528. DAVID DECAMP THOMPSON.
FATHER OF Nos. 1211 AND 1398.

1901. A.M.

Born 29 April 1852, at Cincinnati, O. Studied at Ohio Wesleyan Univers-
ity. A.B. (hon.), Ohio Wesleyan University. Assistant editor Western
Christian Advocate, three years; assHant editor Northwestern Christain Advo-
cate, five years; editor of same since 25 April 1901. Author of " Abraham
Lincoln, the First American " (Jennings & Pye) ; " John Wesley as a Social
Reformer" (Eaton & Mains).

Residence, 2135 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111.

1529. ADOLF LORENZ.

1902. LL.D.

Born 1854, in Northern Austria. Entered University of Vienna on a
scholarship in 1875. Graduated in Medicine in 1880. Became Clinical
Assistant in the Medical Faculty. Was appointed Professor of Orthopedic
Surgery. In 1895 demonstrated the bloodless reduction of congenital dis-



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location of the hip before Medical Congress at Berlin. Author of an extensive
treatise on that subject. Called across the Atlantic in 1902 for his professional
services in United States.

Residence, Vienna, Austria.

1530. JAMES BARR AMES.

1903. LL.D.

Born 22 June 1846, at Boston, Mass. 1868, A.B., Harvard. 1871,
A.M., Harvard. 1872, LL.B., Harvard tew School. 1898, LL.D., University
of City of New York and University of Wisconsin. 1899, University of
Pennsylvania. Tutor of French and German, Harvard, 1871-72. Instructor
in History, 1872-73. Associate Professor of Law, 1873-77. Professor of
Law since 1877. Compiled collections of cases on torts, pleading, bills
and notes, partnership, trusts and suretyship. Author of numerous articles
in Harvard Law Review and other law reviews.

Residence, Cambridge, Mass.

1531. WILLIAM WILLIAMS KEEN.
1903. LL.D.

Born 19 Jan. 1837, at Philadelphia, Pa. 1859, graduated from Brown
University. 1892, LL.D., same; 1862, Jefferson Medical College, Phila-
delphia. 1861, Assistant Surgeon Fifth Massachusetts Regiment. Acting
Assistant Surgeon, United States Army, 1862-64. Studied in Europe,
1864-66. Practicing in Philadelphia since 1866. Conducted Philadelphia
School of Anatomy, 1866-75. Lecturer on Pathological Anatomy,
Jefferson Medical College, 1866-75. Professor Artistic Anatomy, Penn-
sylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1876-90. Professor of Surgery, Woman's
Medical College, 1884-89. Professor of Surgery, Jefferson Medical College
since 1889. Member of many medical societies. Author of " Keen's Clinical
Charts," " Early History of Practical Anatomy," " Complications and Sequels
of Typhoid Fever." Editor of Heath's " Practical Anatomy," Fowler's
" Diagrams of the Nerves of the Human Body," Holden's " Surgical and
Medical Landmarks," Gray's "Anatomy," "American Text-Book of Sur-
gery." Contributor to medical journals.

Residence, 1729 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.

1532. EDWARD CAMERON KIRK.
1903. Sc.D.

Born 9 Dec. 1856, at Sterling, 111. Instructor in Chemistry, University
of Pennsylvania, 1875. Entered Medical Department of the University
of Pennsylvania in 1876. In 1878, D.D.S. from Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery; Lecturer on Dentistry, same institution. Lecturer on
Clinical Denistry in University of Pennsylvania several years. Editor of
Dental Cosmos, 1891-96. Professor of Clinical Dentistry in University of
Pennsylvania, and Dean of its Faculty since 1896. Frequent contributor
to dental literature in its educational, scientific, and technical departments.

Address, Dental Department of University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia,
Pa.




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1533. ALBERT BENJAMIN PRESCOTT.

1903. LL.D.

Born 12 Dec. 1832, at Hastings, N. Y. University of Michigan; 1864, M.D.,



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