Ill.) Northwestern University (Evanston.

Alumni record of the College of liberal arts, 1903 online

. (page 37 of 43)
Online LibraryIll.) Northwestern University (EvanstonAlumni record of the College of liberal arts, 1903 → online text (page 37 of 43)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


University of Michigan Medical School. 1896, LL.D., same. Assistant Sur-
geon United States Volunteers, 1864-65. Assistant Professor of Chemistry,
University of Michigan, 1865. Professor of Organic and Applied Chemistry,
1870. Dean of School of Pharmacy since 1876. Director Chemical Labora-
tory since 1884. President A. A. A. S., 1891. Fellow Chemical Society,
London, 1876. President American Pharmacy Association, 1900. Con-
tributor from research to the periodical literature of organic, analytical,
and pharmaceutical chemistry. Author of " Quantitative Chemical Analy-
sis," " Outlines of Proximate Organic Analysis," " Chemistry of Alcoholic
Liquors," " Morphiometric Processes for Opium," " Nostrums in Relation
to Public Health," "Manual of Organic Analysis," " Assay of Alkaloidal
Drugs."

Residence, Ann Arbor, Mich.



ALUMNI IN THE CIVIL WAR

The attendance in the College during 1859-60 was thirty-six, and in the
Preparatory School, which had just been organized, fifty. A large percent-
age of these students enlisted in the Civil War. Of the thirty-six men in
the College, twenty-three, or sixty-four per cent., went into the war sooner or
later. Some of these went home to enlist with old friends, but the majority
enlisted in local Illinois regiments. Altogether we find a list of seventy-
seven University men who w r ent into the war forty-two graduates and
thirty-five non-graduates. It is interesting to note that two, one a gradu-
ate and one not, returned to their old homes and joined the ranks of the
Confederacy.

That the material going from the University into the army was of the
best sort, is to be surmised from the relatively large number of men who
were promoted and who proved effective leaders. At the time of mustering
out, three were Colonels or Lieutenant-Colonels, two Majors, three Adjutants,,
five Captains, eight Lieutenants, and four Chaplains. Seven died in the army,,
and six were discharged because of disability.



GRADUATES.

THE NUMERALS IN PARENTHESES REFER TO THE INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
IN THE BODY OF THIS BOOK.

William H. Adams, '70 (No. 59), Major, U. S. C. H. Artillery.
William S. Arnold, '76 (No. 186), private, 151st Indiana Infantry.
Thomas S. Berry, '72 (No. 89), 1st Lieutenant, 114th Illinois Infantry.
Charles C. Bragdon, '65 (No. 31), private, 134th Illinois Infantry.
Almus Butterfield, '63 (No. 27), Sergeant, 140th Illinois Infantry.
John J. Crist, '75 (No. 160), Chaplain, 1st Minnesota Infantry.
Morton Culver, '67 (No. 41), private, 134th Illinois Infantry.
Lewis P. Davis, '72 (No. 94), Lieutenant, 22d Michigan Infantry.
Robert B. Edwards, '72 (No. 95), Sergeant, 141st Illinois Infantry.
Michael Finity, '70 (No. 64), private, 13th Illinois Infantry.
James W. Haney, '61 (No. 14), Captain, 72d Illinois Infantry.
J. Milton Johnston, '72 (No. 98), Sergeant, 67th Ohio Infantry.
Matthias S. Kaufman, '74 (No. 136), Corporal, 115th Illinois Infantry.
Henry M. Kidder, '59 (No. 4), Lieutenant-Colonel, 5th U. S. Cavalry.
Charles E. Lambert, '75 (No. 171), private, 12th Kansas Infantry.
Albert D. Langworthy, '70 (No. 67), private, 134th Illinois Infantry.
Draper A. Lindsey, '73 (No. 121), private, 5th Kansas Infantry.
Alphonso C. Linn, '60 (No. 6), Captain, 134th Illinois Infantry.
William A. Lord, '60 (No. 7), Captain, 134th Illinois Infantry.
Isaac W. McCasky, '62 (No. 21), Sergeant, 87th Indiana Infantry.

396




*v

ITY



f r >,
rv 1



3/TY

COLLEGE OF LIB^AL ARTS ^^J' 397



:ii McClish, '74 (No. 140), private, 1st Illinois Artillery.
Sanford H. Mclntyre, '71 (No. 75), private, llth Minnesota Infantry.
Henry G. Meacham, '62 (No. 22), 2d Lieutenant, 88th Illinois Infantry.
Amos H. Miller, '71 (No. 76), Sergeant, 13th Illinois Infantry.
Liston H. Pearce, '66 (No. 35), Chaplain, 132d Illinois Infantry.
Henry A. Pearsons, '62 (No. 23), 1st Lieutenant, 8th Illinois Cavalry.
Homer A. Plimpton, '60 (No. 8), Lieutenant-Colonel, 39th Illinois Infantry.
William H. H. Raleigh, '60 (No. 9), Adjutant, Jackson's Corps, C. S. A.
Richard D. Russell, '71 (No. 82), 1st Lieutenant, 83d Illinois Infantry.
Henry T. Scovill, '69 (No. 58), private, 92d Illinois Infantry.
Elhanon J. Searle, '59 (No. 5), Lieutenant-Colonel, 1st Arkansas Infantry.
Elmore Q. Searle, '60 (No. 10), Sergeant, 10th Illinois Cavalry.
Edwin R. Shrader, '71 (No. 83), private, 66th Illinois Infantry.
Melville C. Spaulding, '60 (No. 11), private, 46th Iowa Infantry.
William A. Spencer, '61 (No. 16), Chaplain, 8th Illinois Cavalry.
Milton C. Springer, '64 (No. 29), Captain, 134th Illinois Infantry.
George E. Strobridge, '64 (No. 30), 1st Lieutenant, 134th Illinois Infantry.
Thomas R. Strobridge, '67 (No. 44), Corporal, 134th Illinois Infantry.
David Sterrett, '62 (No. 25), private, 131st Pennsylvania Infantry.
Joseph C. Thomas, '66 (No. 36), Chaplain, 88th Illinois Infantry.
Thomas Van Scoy, '75 (No. 179), private, 154th Indiana Infantry.
Elbert B. Wheeler, '65 (No. 33), private, 134th Illinois Infantry.

NON-GRADUATES.

Lyman King Ayrault, from Quasqueton, la. Enlisted 17 May 1864,
from Preparatory School, in Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry; mustered
out 25 Oct. 1864.

Alfred R. Bailey, from Evanston, 111. Enlisted 2 Sept. 1861, from Pre-
paratory School, in 8th Illinois Cavalry ; w^as shot in battle of Falling Waters.
Died at Frederick City, Md., 8 July 1863.

Dwight Bannister, from Evanston, 111. Enlisted from Preparatory
School, in Navy in 1862. Served through war as petty officer on gunboat
Pawpaw in Mississippi flotilla. Died about 1877.

George W. Beggs, from Plainfield, 111. In College, 1858-59. M.D. from
Rush Medical School, 1862. Enlisted 6 Oct. 1862, as Hospital Steward;
8 Oct. 1862, promoted to 2d Assistant Surgeon; became 1st Assistant Sur-
geon, 2 June 1864; mustered out 7 June 1865. Since 1870 has been Dean of
Medical Department, Northwestern College, Sioux City.

Edward Richardson Clark, from Lake Zurich, 111. Enlisted from Pre-
paratory School, 6 May 1864, in Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry; was
mustered out 25 Oct. 1864.

Millinder Duerson, from Enola, Ark. In Preparatory School, 1861.
Returned home and enlisted in Confederate army.

William Pitt Follansbee, enlisted 16 July 1861, from Preparatory School,
in Battery A, 1st Illinois Artillery; was mustered out 28 July 1864.

Orrington Crews Foster, from Evanston, 111. Enlisted from junior class,
16 July 1863, as bugler in Battery A, 1st Illinois Artillery. Made Corporal at
Shiloh. Was mustered out 23 July 1864.



398 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

Thomas Frake, from South Northfield, 111. Brother of James Frake,.
class of 1866. Enlisted from freshman class, 30 April 1864, as Corporal in
Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry. Musteied out 25 Oct. 1864.

George H. Gamble, from Evanston, 111. Was in College, 1859-60. En-
listed 25 Aug. 1861, in the 1st Illinois Artillery. Transferred to 8th Cavalry,
24 Nov. 1864, and promoted to Sergeant-Major. Promoted to Adjutant,
23 Dec. 1862. Mustered out 3 July 1865. Afterwards went into regular
army as Captain.

William Gamble, from Evanston, 11^ Enlisted from Preparatory School,.
7 May 1864, in Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry. Mustered out 25 Oct.
1864.

Samuel Alvin Gillam, from Knightstown, Ind. Enlisted from sophomore
class, 6 May 1864, as Sergeant in Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry. Mus-
tered out 25 Oct. 1864, as 1st Sergeant.

Allen W. Gray, from Jefferson, 111. Enlisted from sophomore class, 13-
July 1861, in Battery A, 1st Illinois Artillery. Transferred to 1st Illinois-
Infantry, 9 Feb. 1862. Promoted from Commissary Sergeant to 1st Lieu-
tenant Company G, 12*Sept. 1863. Promoted to Adjutant, 27 June 1864.
Resigned, 24 Jan. 1865.

Frank E. C. Hawks, from Goshen, Ind. Enlisted from freshman class-
7 May 1864, in Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry. Mustered out 25 Oct.
1864.

George C. Kirby, from Sombra, Can. Enlisted from freshman class in
Company F, 8th Illinois Cavalry, 27 Aug. 1861. Discharged Nov. 1861;
disabled. Re-enlisted 18 March 1862, in Company I, 61st Illinois Infantry.
Lost an arm at Shiloh.

Eugene A. Lyford, from Port Byron, 111. Enlisted 21 July 1862, from
junior class, in Company I, 88th Illinois Infantry, as 1st Sergeant. Was-
killed in battle at Stone River, Tenn., 31 Dec. 1862.

Melvin Parsons Meigs, from Milwaukee, Wis. Enlisted from Preparatory
School, 9 May 1864, in Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry. Mustered out
25 Oct. 1864.

James W. Milner, from Chicago, 111. Enlisted from the freshman class,
25 Aug. 1861, in Battery A, 1st Illinois Artillery. Mustered out 24 Aug.
1864. Hurt at Belmont. United States Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries,
1871. Died 1880.

George Franklin Neally, from South Northfield, 111. Enlisted from
freshman class, 30 April 1864, as Sergeant in Company F, 134th Illinois
Infantry. Mustered out 25 Oct. 1864.

Eugene Freer Oatman, from Sacramento, Cal. Enlisted from Prepara-
tory School in Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry, 30 April 1864. Mus-
tered out, 25 Oct. 1864.

John Henry Page, from Baltimore, Md. Enlisted from freshman class,
25 Aug. 1861, in 3d U. S. Infantry. Promoted to.2d Lieutenant. Now
Colonel of 3d U. S. Infantry. Served in Civil War and Spanish War. Led
his regiment at Santiago in 1898, and in Philippines.

William R. Page, from Baltimore, Md. Enlisted from sophomore class,
25 Aug. 1861, in independent company, Battery A, Chicago Light Artillery,



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 399

known as " Freemont's Body Guard." Discharged 22 Sept. 1861, to accept
an appointment as 2d Lieutenant in Benton Cadets of Missouri. Lawyer,
now in Chicago.

Fletcher A. Parker, from Northfield, 111. In College, 1859-61. Enlisted
28 Aug. 1862, in Chicago Mercantile Battery. Discharged 29 Feb. 1864, for
promotion to 1st Lieutenant St. Louis Heavy Artillery, and served through
1864-65.

George Washington Partlow, from Joliet, 111. Enlisted from Prepara-
tory School, 4 May 1864, in Company F, 134th Illinois. Mustered out 25
Oct. 1864.

James Roseman, from Mazon, 111. Enlisted from Preparatory School in
the 2d Iowa Infantry; was in battle at Wilson's Creek. Served also in 1st
Arkansas Cavalry. Killed at Van Buren, Ark., 1864.

Alvah P. Searle, from Rock Island, 111. Brother of E. J. and E. Q.
Searle, '59 and '60. Enlisted from sophomore class, 27 Aug. 1861, in Com-
pany F, 8th Illinois Cavalry. Mustered out 28 Sept. 1864, as Sergeant.
Lives at Schaller, Sac County, la.

Charles H. Shepley, from Chicago, 111. Was in the Preparatory School.
Enlisted 30 July 1861, as 1st Lieutenant, Company K, 19th Illinois Infantry.
Promoted to Captain, Company I, 18 Oct. 1861. Died 23 March 1862.

Charles H. Simpson, of Evanston, 111. In College, 1859-60. Paymaster
in United States Army, with rank of Major, 1863-64. Died 1868.

Levi A. Sinclair, of Evanston, 111. Student in Preparatory School,
1859-60. Enlisted 30 Nov. 1863, Company F, 8th Illinois Cavalry. Mus-
tered out, 17 July 1865, as Corporal.

Charles E. Smith, of Evanston, 111. Enlisted from sophomore class, 16
July 1861, Battery A, 1st Illinois Artillery. Mustered out, 23 July 1864,
Corporal. Died 1901.

J. Martin Tracy, from Dwight, 111. Enlisted 17 June 1861, in Company
D, 19th Infantry. Was on detached duty at time of muster out.

Freegift Vanderpoort, from Sublette, 111. Enlisted from freshman class,
30 April 1864, as 1st Sergeant, Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry. Pro-
moted, 31 May to 2d Lieutenant. Mustered out, 25 Oct. 1864.

Edgar Emery Wead, from Peoria, 111. Enlisted from sophomore class,
30 April 1864, in Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry. Died near Spring-
field, III, 9 Sept. 1864.

Daniel Thomas Wilson, from Cazenovia, N. Y. Enlisted from freshman
class, 14 May 1864, as Corporal in Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry.
Mustered out, 25 Oct. 1864.

Benjamin Swena Winder, from La Moille, 111. Enlisted from Prepara-
tory School, 10 May 1864, in Company F, 134th Illinois Infantry. Mus-
tered out, 25 Oct. 1864.

The 134th Illinois Infantry was organized in 1864 for a service of 100
days. It remained in actual service 148 days, and was assigned to garrison
duty, thus releasing about one thousand veterans to go to the front. Com-
pany F of this regiment contained at least twenty Northwestern University
students, and was locally known as the "University Guards." Two stu-
dents in this Company died in Camp, Captain Linn and Private Wead.



400 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

LIST OF THE HONORED DEAD.

Private Alfred R. Bailey, of Evanston, Ilk Died at Frederick City, Md.,
8 July 1863.

p|j Captain Alphonso C. Linn, of Lee Center, 111. Died at Columbus, Ky.,
10 July 1864.

Sergeant Eugene A. Lyford, of Port Byron, 111. Killed at Stone River,
Tenn., 31 Dec. 1862.

Lieutenant Henry G. Meacham, o Dunston, 111. Died at Murfrees-
boro, Tenn., 1 April 1863.

Private James Roseman, of Mazon, 111. Killed at Van Buren, Kan., in
1864.

Captain Charles H. Shepley, of Chicago, 111. Died 25 March 1862.

Private Edgar E. Wead, of Peoria. Died near Springfield, 111., Sept. 1864.



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS



401



COLLEGE STATISTICS




College Year


Bachelor
Degrees


Under-
fraduate
tudents


Graduate

Students


Women
Students


Faculty


Annual
Courses


*Students in
University


1855-56




10






3




10


1856-57




21






4




50


1857-58




22






6




62


1858-59


'5


29






6




66


1859-60


8


36






3




83


1860-61


5


43






4


'23


105


1861-62


7


31






6


23


81


1862-63


2


31






7


23


78


1863-64


3


39






6


23


71


1864-65


4


39






6


23


69


1865-66


4


40






6


23


70


1866-67


8


41






9


24


93


1867-68


3


50






8


24


95


1868-69


10


73






10


26


125


1869-70


14


109




i


14


26


248


1870-71


15


122




5


15


26


287


1871-72


22














1872-73


16


145




'21


10


'28


319


1873-74


30


212




35


13


43


562


1874-75


28














1875-76


30


276




'83


12


43


653


1876-77


31


194




56


9


28


504


1877-78


27


191




53


9


28


566


1878-79


27


173




48


10


28


509


1879-80


30


183




66


10


28


522


1880-81


30


155




54


10


28


527


1881-82


24


161




69


12


32


576


1882-83


20


149




60


11


28


562


1883-84


18


155




64


11


33


472


1884-85


22


147




53


12


33


508


1885-86


13


165




61


14


36


582


1886-87


34


226




87


14


37


719


1887-88


39


236




88


15


39


846


1888-89


34


286




114


15


39


930


1889-90


40


253




91


16


41


1037


1890-91


39


310




107


17


43


1218


1891-92


54


396


18


143


26


75


1675


1892-93


41


512


31


191


32


99


1760


1893-94


59


507


20


189


38


113


1741


1894-95


57


531


33


193


42


144


1784


1895-96


88


574


27


224


44


152


1975


1896-97


52


521


23


208


44


153


2120


1897-98


66


587


36


233


45


164


2068


1898-99


79


575


38


254


46


168


2253


1899-00


81


614


42


306


52


178


2378


1900-01


101


643


44


296


57


187


2282


1901-02


92


635


49


292


55


195


2414


1902-03


(101)


769


57


393


59


198


2731



* Includes totals of Theological Schools, and of all degree-conferring
departments as given in the University catalogues. No catalogue was
issued for 1871-72 or 1874-75.



GEOGRAPHICAL
DISTRIBUTION OF ALUMNI

.

UNITED STATES



ALABAMA



BIRMINGHAM.

May Clark (Joy), '99.
BOAZ.

Anna A. Davis (Elder), 77.

E. B. L. Elder, '77.



SKAGWAY.

Wilmot Whitfield, h., '90.



GREENSBORO.

E. L. Colebeck, '93.

VlXEMONT.

E. E. Zimmerman, '01.



ALASKA.



CALIFORNIA



BERKELEY.

W. S. Matthew, '76.

J. T. Musgrove, '79.

Marion L. Pomeroy (Matthew), '77.

J. Stitt Wilson, '97.
CAMBRIA.

J. F. Stewart, '97.
CERES.

M. E. Taylor, '83.
FRESNO.

Chauncey Gaines, '73.
GLENDORA.

Charles Leach, '74.

LA MESA.

G. W. Greenman, '87.

Los ANGELES.
J. H. Cole, '94.
Alice S. Freeman, '96.
E. H. Fretz, '97.
C. J. Goodenow, '75.
E. M. Pallette, '94.
Ellen M. Pryor (McKeever), '80.
E. R. Shrader, '71.

Los GATOS.

A. B. Bishop, '69.



MERCED.

C. H. Castle, '72.
NEWARK.

Alvah G. Briggs, '82.
OAKLAND.

.Mrs. E. W. Andrew, h., '88.

Fred Husted, '73.

Ethel M. Swarthout (Fleming), '99.
PACIFIC GROVE.

S. H. Middlekauff, '88.
PALO ALTO.

Martha C. Smith (Hyde), '91.
PASADENA.

S. P. Black, '82.

Ethelwyn Foote, g., '00.

C. H. Hamilton, '80.

E. B. Hoag, '92.

Paul V. Jones, '99.

C. D. Lockwood, '93.

PET ALUM A.

Willis F. Minium, '99.

POMONA.

Richard D. Russell, 71.
RIVERSIDE.

H. A. Plimpton, '60.



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.]

402



SALINAS.



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS



CALIFORNIA Continued



403



ALINAS.

A. H. Needham, 73.
SAN JOSE.

M. S. Cross, '81.

Eli McClish, 74.
SAN FRANCISCO.

AtrhurH. Briggs, '81.

Herbert F. Briggs, '89.

Florence M. Tabor (Critchlow), '92.

Burr M. Weeden, '89.



SANTA ANA.

C. F. Heil, '00.

SARATOGA.

J. P. Ashley, h., '00.

SIMI.

F. M. Warrington, 75.

UPLAND.

L. G. Cochran, 76.



COLORADO



ALCOTT.

G. H. Cater, '02.

BOULDER.

Samuel J. Pease, '97.

BUENA VISTA.

Jacob Kagey, 78.

COLORADO SPRINGS.
H. G. Lunt, h., 78.
A. R. Solenberger, '83.
C. Albertine Wales, '87.

DENVER.

M. A. Clarkson, '94.
W. G. Evans, 77.
T. H. Hood, 79.
A. H. Phelps, '91.

DURANGO.

Nathan C. Miller, '81.



EATON.

Kate M. Ailing (Thomas), '87.
EDGEWATER.

Boyd B. Bobb, '98.
GLENWOOD SPRINGS.

C. W. Darrow, '82.

GOLDFIELD.

L. E. McGarry, 76.
LA JUNTA.

Michael Finity, 70.
PUEBLO.

G. E. Bragdon, 72.

Harriott B. Ely, '02.
RAND.

Alfred E. Hills, '83.

SlLVERTON.

W. W. Wilkinson, '95.



CONNECTICUT



DERBY.

Jessie H. Cowles (Brown), '82.

MlDDLETOWN.

B. P. Raymond, h., '84.
J. M. Van Vleck, h., 76.



NEW HAVEN.

Hal C. Bangs, '01.

C. H. Zimmerman, '91.



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA



WASHINGTON.

George A. Bass, '88.
H. S. Boutell, 74.
F. M. Bristol, 77.
M. W. Fuller, h., '88.
Isaac R. Hitt, Jr., '88.



JACKSONVILLE.

H. H. Palmer, 72.
NEPTUNE.

J. T. Ziegler, 74.



WASHINGTON Continued.
Theodore Roosevelt, h., '93.
A. M. Skiles, '01.
F. A. Springer, '60.
N. P. Webster, '83.
P. L. Windsor, '95.



FLORIDA



ORMOND.

Minnie E. King (Mason), '86.
WINTER PARK.

W T . C. Comstock, '67.



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.]



404



NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



GEORGIA



SOUTH ATLANTA.
E. L. Parks, '73.
Isabella B. Webb (Parks), '79.



IDAHO



Moscow.

J. E. Bonebright, '93.
Flora P. Moore, '96.



SALMON.

Ethel L. Goodrich, '02.



ILLINOIS



ABINGDON.

Harry B. Gough, '00.
ANNA.

Marie E. Bennett, '99.
ARCOLA.

Joseph Coombe, '80.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS.

H. F. Lawler, '99.

G. P. K. Volz, '99.

E. B. Wheeler, '65.
AURORA.

Mary Chattle, '93.

Grace Owen (Rist), '94.

Benjamin Rist, '94.
BARDOLPH.

Anna Catlin (Wright), '01.

C. A. Wright, '99.
BATAVIA.

Frankie M. Hart, '00.
BEARDSTOWN.

Florence E. Harris, '99.

Winifred E. Harris, '98.

Mary Paarlberg, '02.

Maude Van Sickle. (Schweer), '95.
BELVIDERE.

Willis Butterfield, '69.

C. Anna Drew, '00.
BERWYN.

W. J. Andrews, '87.

W. S. Hall, '87.

C. E. Piper, '82.

W. H. Tuttle, '88.
BLAINE.

E. H. Beal, '72.
BLOOMINGTON.

Adlai Stevenson, h., '95.
BLUE ISLAND.

James F. Clancy, '93.

Edith M. Post, '98.
BRADFORD.

Bessie W. Clark, '99.



BRAID WOOD.

C. E. Rankin, '01.
BRIMFIELD.

Smith C. Davis, '87.
BUFFALO.

W. D. Best, '70.
CAIRO.

Helen G. Reed, '94.
CANTON.

Charles S. Aldrich, '93.

CARLINVILLE.

Mary E. Pegram (Lumpkin), '95.
GARY.

\V. N. McNett, '98.

CHAMPAIGN.

Katharine L. Sharp, '85.
Frances Simpson, '84.

CHARLESTON.

Annie M. Witt, '99.

CHEBANSE.

E. J. Ridings, '97.

CHENOA.

C. B. Earnheart, '94.

CHERRY VALLEY.

George Jamison, '93.

CHICAGO.

C. P. Abbey, '89.

A. C. Abel, '95.

Isaiah Agat, '98.

Fanny G. Alabaster, '93.

W. T. Alden, '92.

Cora Allen (McElroy), '88.

E. W. Andrews, '78.

F. T. Andrews, '81.
M. L. Ashley, '94.
P. C. Atkinson, '95.

G. A. Babbitt, '75.

Florence Babcock (Sturges), '89.
Ethel Baker (Andrews), '92.
Mrs. Helen C. Balmer, g., '02.



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.]




COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS



ILLINOIS Continued



405



CHICAGO Continued.

F. W. Barnum, '99.
Stella Bass (Tilt), '89.

G. M. Bassett, 78.
A. L. Baxter, '90.
F. W. Belknap, '92.
W. W. Bell, '98.

F. C. Benham, '99.
C. S. Bennett, '88.
Frank Billings, h., '90.

G. V. Black, h., '98.
W. M. Booth, '78.
C. Bradford, '88.

Bessie Brad well (Helmer), '80.
C. H. Brand, '87.
Mabel Brown, '00.
Margaret Brown, '96.
J. P. Brushingham, '81.
C. M. C. Buntain, '99.

E. W. Burke, '68.

W. Harold Burke '02.
A. H. Burr, '77.

F. McR. Byers, '87.

R. K. S. Catherwood, '96.
Will M. Cavano, '96.
W. R. Chamberlain, '81.

G. D. Cleworth, '99.
Lorin C. Collins, '72.
W. H. Conner, '98.
Andrew Cooke, '99.
Henrietta M. Coone, '87.
G. E. Cotter, '93.

Leila M. Crandon (Noble), '84.
A. W. Craven, '96.
S. J. Crumpacker, '02.
G. H. Curfman, '00.
S. Esther Danforth, '00.
W. C. Danforth, '00.

E. A. Davidson, '88.
Bess Da vies, '01.

F. A. Davis, '95.

Lena M. Davis (Lehman), '98.
N. S. Davis, Jr., '80.
N. S. Davis, ST., h., '71.
W. L. Demorest, '78.
C. E. Dietz, '02.

G. W. Dixon, '89.
C. T. Drake, '74.

H. Isabelle Drew (Fowler), '94.

G. B. Dyche, '93.

A. R. Edwards, '88.

F. C. Ellis, '96.

E. H. Eversz, '95.

S. M. Fegtly, '97.

M. Olive Finley (Singleton), '91.

Aurora T. Fisk (Zueblin), '90.



CHICAGO Continued .
M. Lucille Fitch, '99.
A. B. Fleager, '92.
R. C. Flickinger, '99.

E. B. Fowler, '93.
James Frake, '66.

Cora M. Fyfe (Wiggs), '99.
T. K. Gale, '94.
Victoria Gazzolo, '01.
Jessie B. Goodsmith, '99.
F.A.Graham, '01.
T. R. Greene, '87.

F. W. Griffith, '95.
J. E. Groves, '90.
Eliza P. Hall, '99.
Fanny A. Hall, '96.
J. H. Hamline, '75.
W. A. Hard, '00.
H. L. Harvey, '93.

Ida M. Harvey (Davis), '87.

A. S. Haskins, '91.

H. R. Hatfield, '92.

Helen S. Hay, '93.

Charles Hill, a.. '99.

J. C. Hoag, '78.

R. N. Holt, '93.

O. H. Horton, h., '89.

Giles Hubbard, '87.

Nettie J. Hunt (Raymond), '92.

R. N. Isham, h., '84.

Jed L. Jewel, '02.

Frank S. Johnson, '78.

J. Milton Johnston, '72.

S. P. Johnston, '91.

Lydia L. Jones (Trowbridge) , '82.

Nettie L. Jones, '98.

Edith V. Jordan (Hays), '95.

J. M. Kahn, '00.

A. B. Kanavel, '96.

Louis Karcher, '78.

William Keller, '00.

C. A. Kelley, '94.

H. M. Daisy Kendall (Ward), '97.

Karl D. King, '99.

E. F. Kitendaugh, '96.

W. M. Knox, '74.

Morris Kompel, '00.

G. W. Kunstman, '89.
C. J. Kurtz, g., '00.

C. V. La Fontaine, '96. *
Clara L. Lane (Noble), '00.
A. D. Langworthy, '70.
G. W. Larimer, '01.
H. E. Leach, '92.
W. B. Leach, '79.
C. L. Leesley, '96.



[h. indicates honorary; g., graduate.]



406



NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



ILLINOIS Continued



CHICAGO Continued.
R. C. Libberton, '99.
Theodore Lindquist, g., '99.

C. E. Linebarger, '88.
Henrietta A. Linn, '76.
Rose M. Logeman, '91.
EmmaB. Lowell, '01.
Josephine Lowell, '96.
Clarice M. Lytle, '99.

F. W. McCasky, '97.
Harriet L. McCasky, '92.
I. W. McCasky, '62.
Katherine E. McCasky, '96.
O. P. McCool, '77.

D. B. McCurdy, '96.
Frank McElwain, '95.
Mary K. MacHarg, '97.

A. T. Mclntosh, '00.
Otis H. Maclay, '97.
Frank W. McNett, '99.

B. F. March, '91.
H. S. Martin, '00.
George B. Masslich, '96.
J. A. Matlack, '81.
Myrtle E. Mattison, '91.
S. M. Merrill, h., '86.

Emma P. Meserve (James), '81.
P. D. Middlekauff, '82.
Erne W. Miller, '92.
Sarah Fay Milner, '01.

E. A. Miner, '96.
Louisa Mitchell, '00.

Eva E. Moore (Haseltine), '98.
Harriet M. Moore (Thomas), '96.
Mary E. Moore, '85.
Mary H. Moore (Jones), '95.

C. H. Morgan, '77.

Minnie R. Moulding (Goodsmith),

'83.
T.C. Moulding, '91.

G. A. Mulfinger, '85.
Elsa Neiglick, '01.
Laura A. Nichols, '98.
W. A. Oldfield, '02.
H. E. Osborn, '97.

S. S. Parks, g., '02.
C. W. Patterson, '01.
W. A. Pease, '93.
Albertus Perry, '99.
C. S. Peters, '96.
C. A. Pettersen, '93.

F. W. Phelps, '01.
Jesse B. Porter, '00.
L. T. Potter, '77.

Emma M. Prindle (Middlekauff),
'82.



CHICAGO Continued .



Online LibraryIll.) Northwestern University (EvanstonAlumni record of the College of liberal arts, 1903 → online text (page 37 of 43)