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95 to 99 Columbia Heights

BROOKLYN'S LEADING FAMILY AND TRANSIENT HOTEL

Patronized by the Best Families
Overlooking New York Bay. Manhattan and Brooklyn

AN IDEAL LOCATION
Twenty Minutes to the Business Centre of New York
Accessible to the Seashore
All Singrle and Double Rooms Have Private Baths
Handsomely Furnished Apartments of 3, S and 5 Rooms, with
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American and Semi-American Plan
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ORGANIZED 1859

THE NASSAU NATIONAL BANK

OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK

36 COURT STREBT

Capital, $750,000.00. Surplus (Esrned) $875,000.00

DEPOSrrORY OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
OFFICERS

THOMAS T. BARR, President ROBT. B. WOODWARD. Vice-President

ED6AR Mcdonald, 2d vice-president DANIEL V. B. HEGEMAN, Casiiier
G. FOSTER SMITH. Assistant CasHler JDHH W. SEAMAN. Assistant CasHier

DIEECTORS

THOMAS T. BARR FRANK LYMAN

ROBT. B. WOODWARD ALEXANDER M. WHITE
FRANK BAILEY CHARLES A. SCHIEREN

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LONG ISLAND . . .
SOCIETY REGISTER



1909



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1908, by

BROOKLYN LIFE PUBLISHING CO.,

In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C.



BROOKLYN, N. Y.
BROOKLYN LIFE POBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS

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No drugs, no dieting, no change in
the mode of living. Recommended
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CONTENTS

ADDENDA 313 and 315

AT HOME DAYS XLV

CLUB ABBREVIATIONS XI

COLLEGE ABBREVIATIONS XIII

CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS }\iy.'^. I/. :...: .... ,,^, 251

DEATHS OF THE YEAR :.■,- ■■■". .'••':'• r '•:"•! LVIII

MARRIAGES OF THE YEAR ^-. .,,:.;.;.-: .'...:'..... . XV

REGISTER OF NAMES '::lu-.i'. //^p;"^/. i

STREET LIST 267

INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 317



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All departments from Kindergarten to College. Superior preparation for
college a special feature. Students enter college without examination.

Department of Domestic Science
Domestic Science in all its phases is now included in the regular curriculum,
in charge of a specially trained instructor.

DAVID A. BOODY, Pres. Board of Tmstees. JULIAN W. ABEBNETHY, Ph.D.. Principal

The Packer Collegiate Institute

Joralemon and Livingston Sts., bet. Clinton and Court Sts., Brooklyn, N.Y.

A School for the Thorough Teaching of Young Women

Collegiate, Academic, Preparatory and Piimary Departments

BRYAN H. SMITH, President of the Trustees
EDWARD J. GOODWIN, L.H.D., Principal

Catalogue mailed on application



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FOi^ B.d.V^ ind YOUNG MEN

Preparatory to all Colleges, Schools oi Applied Science
and Professional Schools

D. E. EWALD, Head Master



Founded 1861 Incorporated 1903

Three-story fire-proof addition, giving large light Kindergarten, Primary and
upper class rooms and Gymnasium with shower baths. Compl te course from
Kindergarten to one year beyond preparation for col ege. French and German
taught in each department. Certificate priviicges. Playground.

For particulars, address the Principal,

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PREFACE



The Brookl)m Blue Book for 1909 has been subjected to the
most rigid supervision, and nothing has been spared in its revision
and enlargement to make it accurate and complete.

Several months were spent in preparing it for publication, and
as a reference book it cannot fail to prove of exceeding value.
Price, $3.00. *'*:V. v'\. ' i .V -^

Brooklyn oIVe- Publishing Co. .
306 Washington St., Brooklyn, New Yorfe; ' i : „

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CLUB ABBREVIATIONS



A Authors

A A. .Automobile Club of

America
Ace. .. .Associate College

Alumnae

Ad Alpha Delta Phi

Adl Adelphi Alumnae

Aga Aurora Grata

Ak Adirondack League

Al Aldine

Alf Alliance Fran9aise

Am... Academy of Medicine
Amc....Am. Soc. Civ. Eng.

Ama Amaranth

Am G So... .American

Geographical Society
Am N H . . . . American

Museum of Natural History

Ams Armstrong Ass'n

Anv Army and Navy

Ap Apawamis

Apo , Apollo

Ard Ardsley Casino

Ark Arkwright

As Asacog

Asd.. Adelphi Associate

Alumnae
Asskq. . . . Association of
Kings and Queens Counties

Ay American Yacht

Aye Atlantic Yacht

Ba.... Boston Athletic Ass'n

Bac Brooklyn Art Club

Bal Berkeley Alumnae

Bam. . . .Brooklyn

Amateur Musical

BAP Brooklyn

Academy of Photography

Bam Brooklyn Barnard

Bb Brooklyn Bar Ass'n

BC Brooklyn Chess

Bee Brooklyn Canoe

Be Brooklyn Engineers

Bgc Bayside Golf

Bhs. . . .Brooklyn Heights

Seminary

Bk. Brooklyn

Bl Brooklyn League

Btl Baltusrol

Btp Beta TheU Pi

BW Brooklyn Whist

By Brooklyn Yacht

Bye Bensonhurst Yacht

C Century

Ca Crescent Athletic

Cal Calumet

Cam Cambridge

Can Cantata

Car Carleton

Cath Catholic

Cc Colonial Daughters

of 17th Century

Cd Chaminade

Cg Cranford Golf

Cgc Carteret Gun

Ch Chiropean

Che . . . Chevy Chase Country
Chli... Church Club of L. L



I Chny. .Church Club of N. Y.

Ci City

Cia Colonia

Cin Society of Cincinnati

Civ National Civic

Cld Colonial Dames

Clg Colonial Governors

Clsr Cloister

Cny Corinthian Yacht

Co Congress

Col Colonial

Colb Columbia

Col w Colonial Wars

Com Commercial

Comwth Commonwealth

Con Constitution

Congb Congregational

Cor. Cornell

Cort Cortelyou

Cr Cresco

Ct Civitas

Ctm Contemporary

Cy Colony

DAR Daughters

American Revolution

Dartc Dartmouth

Dem Democratic

Dgc DealGolf

Dke Delta Kappa Epsilon

Dp Delta Phi

Dtd Delta Tau Delta

Dr. . . .Daughters of the

Revolution

Dt Down-Town

Du Delta Upsilon

Dv Deutscher Verein

Dyg Dyker Meadow Golf

Eg Englewood Golf

Eng Engineers

Ex Excelsior

F Fulton

Fac Friday Afternoon

F.A.G.O. . . .Fellow American
Guild of Organists

Fc Fellowcraft

Fcg... Fairfield County Golf

Fie Mrs. Fields' Literary

Fpa .... Founders and

Patriots of America

Fpl Flatbush Political

Equality League
Fwa .... Foreign Wars Ass'n

G. Grolier

Ga Germania

Ge. . . Long Island

Rod and Gun

Gee Gramatan Country

Gcf Garden City Golf

Gn . . . . German of New York

H Hanover

Ha Hamilton

Hd Holland Dames

Hdw Hardware

He Heights Casino

Hist Historical Society

HI Holland Society

Hu Huguenot Society

Hvd Harvard

Ih Indian Harbor Yacht



In Invincible

Tbc Jamaica Bay Yacht

Tie J^^^ Island

K Knickerbocker

Kac. .Knickerbocker Athletic
Kems.... Kings County

Medical Socie^

Kct Kings County Tennis

Kfc. . . . Knickerbocker Field

Knw Knollwood

Ko Kosmos

L Lawyers

Law Lawrence

Lis...... Long Islaiid Auto

LiDr....Long Island

Daughters of Revolution

LI Lo^al Le^on

Lm Launer Musical

Ln Lincoln

Lt Lotos

Lye Larchmont Yacht

M Manhattan

Ma Magnetic

Mas Municipal Art

Me Merchants

Mds Maidstone

Mid Midwood

Me Meridian

Mf c Marine and Field

Mf d . Majrflower Descendants
Mf s . . . .Manufacturers Ass'n
Mma .... Metropolitan

Museum of Art

Mofw Military Order

of Foreign Wars

Mog Montclair Golf

Mon Montauk

Ms Manuscript

Mt Metropolitan

Mtw Metropolitan

(Washin^on)

Mun Municipal

My Miltary

Myc. . . Manhasset Bay Yacht

Na National Arts

Nas Nassau Country

Nc North Country

Nee Nyack Country

Ncm....New York

Medical Society
NeSo.-New England Society

Npc New York Press

Ns National Soc. of

New England Women

Ny New York

Nya New York Athletic

Nyb....New York Bar Ass'n

Nye New York Yacht

Nycc New York Canoe

NYgb New York Ge-

nealogical and Bio-
graphical Society
Nyms.N. Y. Medical Society

Nyt New York Tandem

NYZ....New York

Zoological Society

Ob Old Brooklynites

Og Oriental Guild

Os .Q|iio Society

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MISS ROUNDS^S SCHOOL

-^ ^FOR GIRLS

525 CLINTON AVENUE

Well-Organized Primary and Academic Departments. College

Preparation. Sunny, well-ventilated School-rooms,

Laboratory. Gymnasium and Play-ground.



BOICE STUDIOS

CARNEGIE HALL, MANHATTAN, Mondays, Thursaays, Saturdays
400 WASHINGTON AVE., B'KLYN, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays

Mrs. Henry Smock Boice, Art of Sinking

Miss Susan ScofieM Boice, Soprano

COACHING Church, Recital, Concert, Oratoria REPERTOIRE

CngiMB, rrcnch, Ucrman Italian

FRENCH LYRIC DICTION A SPECIALTY

N. Y. T«l«vIkon« 1350 Colambua Brooklyn. 608 Pro«pMt



FRIENDS SCHOOL



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102-114 SCHERMERHORN ST., BROOKLYN

Non-Sectarian Day School for Boys and Girls.
Small Classes, Large Play-grounds, New Building,
intellectual, Physical and Moral Development.



G. Waring Sfebbins

lostroctor in the Art of Singing
Sbrlglla Method

New York Studio :

HOTEL NARRAGANSETT

Broadway and 93rd Street

Brooklyn Studio :

1171 Dean Street, near

Grant Square



in. Loolse Mondell

Teacher of the Voice

Studio :
276 McDonough St.,

BROOKLYN

Telephone: 78- R Bedford

Teaching resumed Sept. 10th



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CLUB ABBREVIATIONS— Continued



Osf Officier de

TAcademie, France

Ox Oxford

Pas Polytechnic Alumni

Pbk Phi Beta Kappa

Pci Packer Alumnx

Pcny. . . .Penataquit

Corinthian Yacht

Pd Phi Delta Phi

Pds Pleasure Drivers*

Assn.

Pgd Phi Gamma Delta

Pg... Eastern Parkway Golf

Phil Philharmonic

Pky Parkway Driving

PI Players

Pm Pilgrim

Polt Polytechnic

Pr Princeton

Pt. Prospect

Pu Psi Upsilon

Qcg... .Queens County Golf

01 Quill

K Racquet

Ra Royal Arcanum

Re Richmond Country

Rd Riding and Driving

Re Restigouche

Rem Rembrandt

Rep Republican

Rf Reform

Rg Ridge

Rh Rocka way Hunt

Ri N. Y. Riding

Ritth . . . Rittenhouse (Phila.)

Ro Rounds Alumnae

Ru Rubinstein



Rv..Sons of the Revolution

Rye Riverside Yacht

S . . Seawanhaka-Corinthian

Yacht

Sa St. Anthony

Sal Salmagundi

SaRv..Sons Am. Revolution

Sbg Seabright Golf

Sc Squadron C

Sch Schumann

Sde .... Settlers and

Defenders of America
Sg..St. George's (England)

Sgh Signal Corps

Sic. . . . Staten Island Cricket

Sig Shelter Island Golf

Smj..Soc. Med. Jurisprudence
Sn So . . St. Nicholas Society

So Southside

Soc i8i 2.. ..Society of 1812

Sor Sorosis

Sp Sigma Phi

Spg Sands Point Golf

Src Social Reform

SS Southern Society

St Strollers

Sta St. Andrews

Sv . . . . Seventh Reg. Veteran

Syc Shelter Island Yacht

T Tuxedo

Tec Twentieth Century

Tiyc. .. .Thousand Islands

Yacht

Trs Transportation

Twi Twiliffht

Ul. Union League (Brook n)



Ulny.. Union League (Man.)

Un Uiiion

Ur Urban

use United Scnrice

Ut Unity

Uv University (Man.)

I UvB.. University (Brooklyn)

' UvG University Glee

(Brooklyn)

Uva University Athletic

Vs Vassar Students'

Aid Society
Vsa . . . Vassar Alumnae Ass'n

W Whist

W76..Men & Women of '76

Wc Woodman Choral

Wcc . . Westhampton Country

We Westchester Golf &

Country

Wg Westbrook (5olf

Wh Whip

Whp Health Protective

Wi Winter

Wk Westminster Kennel

Wl Wool

Wly Wellesley

Wm Brooklyn Woman's

Wml . . Woman's Municipal

League

Wr Writers

Wu .... Woman's University

Wy Wyandanche

Yasli Yale Ass'n L.I.

Yc Yale

Yr Young Republican

Zp ZeU Psi



COLLEGE ABBREVIATIONS



Adp Adelphi

Ala Alabama

Am Amherst

B Barnard

BHC Bellevue Hospital

Bm Bryn Mawr

Bowd Bowdoin

Br Brown

Ce Cambridge (Eng. )

CI Columbia

QL Columbia (Law)

CIM Columbia (Mines)

Cny... College of City N. Y.

Co Cornell

Colg Colgate

Dart Dartmouth

El Elmira

F Fordham

GTS.. General Theolog. Sem.

H ! Harvard

Ham Hamilton

Hav Haverf ord

Hill Hillsdale (Mich.)

HLS Harvard (Law)

Hn Hanover

Ht Hobart

J Jefferson

JH *.-. Johns Hopkins

Ken Kenyon



La Lafayette

Las Lasell

LICH. L. I. College Hospital

LRU Le Roy University

MU Madison University

Mh Mt. Holvoke

NA...U. S. Naval Academy

NI Nassau Institute

NYH N. Y. Homeopath

NYL N. Y. Law School

NYU N. Y. University

Ob Oberlin

P Princeton

Pa Packer Collegiate

Institute

Phila Philadelphia

Pol Polytechnic

PS.. Physicians and Surgeons

Qu Queens

Rad Radcliffe

Ren . .Rensselaer Polytechnic

Rs Rutgers

RU .... Rochester University

Sm Smith

St.LU..St. Lawrence Univ.

Sts '. Stephens

SI Stevens Institute

Sw Swarthmore

Sy Syracuse

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T Tufts

Ta Tabor

Tech Inst Tech-
nology, Boston

Tr Trinity

U Union

UC University Cal.

UM.. University of Michigan
UMd .... University of

Maryland

Un Universalist

UNC.Unv. North Carolina

UP University of Pa.

U. S. . . University of the

South
UV. .University of Virginia
Uvt. . University of Vermont

V Vassar

Wa Washington

Wes Wesleyan

Wis Wellesley

Wms Williams

Wo . . . Woman's (Baltimore)
WP..West Point Mil. Acad.

Wru Western Reserve

X St Francis Xavier

Y Yale

YLS Yale (Law)

YS Yale (Sheffield;



The Store Accommodating



E)o^ you know that
it is easier, even
quicker to reach
Brooklyn's represen-
tative store by subway
than to reach any
other store in Great-
I er New York? Many

Bronxites and Man-
hattanites, even Jer-
sey and Staten Island
people, know it. All

A A S Subway 8tatloii,wlth climpse of faror 8tore ri i i ^ •

Brooklyn trains are
express and stop at the Abraham and Straus private station
17 minutes from Grand Central Depot and proportionately
quick from other points. That is why our business has been
increased immensely lately by the great number of purchasers
from the other side
of the river who
appreciate that the
unmatchable values
here are now easily
accessible from their
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MARRIAGES DURING THE YEAR
November i, 1907, to October 31, 1908, inclusive



AbeU-HiU: Miss Alice Gilbert Hill, daughter of Mrs. Henry G. Hill, to

Mr. Charles Tainter AbeU; St. Peter's Church, April 21, 1908.
Abom- Abbott: Miss Marie Louise Abbott, daughter of Mrs. George Birch

Abbott, to Mr. Albert Cushman Aborn; "The Pines," Green-
port, L.I., Sept. 3, 1908.
Adam-Meyer: Miss Caroline Meyer, daughter of Mrs. Henry L. Meyer, to

Mr. Hector Cameron Adam; Reformed Church on the Heights,

April 21, 1908.
Adams-Park: Miss Elizabeth Frances Park, daughter of Mrs. Edgar Park,

to Mr. Charles Adams; 175 West Fifty-eighth St., Man., Nov.

7, 1907.
Adams-Potter: Miss Alice Key Potter, niece of Miss Sophia E. Blatchford,

to Mr. Newton Adams; Newport, R.I., Sept 5, 1908.
Adams-Taber: Miss Marion Heaton Taber, dau^ter of Dr. and Mrs.

James Russell Taber, to Mr. William Clark Adams; Friends

Church, May 7, 1908.
Armistead-Gorham: Miss Marion Gorham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B.

Gorfaam, to Mr. George Brooks Armistead; 104 Linden St.,

Oct. 7, 1908.
Atkinson-Bacon: Miss Caroline A. W. Bacon, sister of Dr. John Bacon, to

Mr. William F. Atkiiison; Torresdale, Pa., April 9, 1908.
Austin-Black: Miss Mabel Hawthorne Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Alexander Black, to Mr. Cleland Ruthven Austin; 215 Lincoln

Ave., Orange, N.J., Sept 19, 1908.
Badenoch-Ireland: Miss Mary Page Ireland, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.

Treadwell Lewis Ireland, to Mr. John A. Badenoch; 941 Albe-
marle Road, June 3, 1908.
Barber- Wesson: Miss Alice Frederica Wesson, daughter of Mrs. Frederick

Wesson, to Paymaster Stewart Earle Barber, U.S.N. ; 62 East

Seventy-third St., Man., Dec. 31, 1907.
Barber-WoodrufF: Miss Sara Augusta Woodruff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Edward MacClure Woodruff, to Mr. Emery Gardner Barber;

79 New York Ave., March 28, 1908.
Bamdollar- Williams; Miss May Blanchard Williams, niece of Mr. and Mrs.

Henry Louis Langhaar, to Mr. Clarence Russell Barndollar; 241

Clermont Ave., June 10, 1908.
Barry-Bums: Miss Lillian Butler Burns, daughter of Mr. Michael Francis

Bums, to Mr. Bartholomew J. Barry; St. Augustine's Church.

April 23, 1908.
Beasley-Cochran: Miss Alice Cochran, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas

Cochran, to Mr. David S. Beasley; 559 Madison St., Jan. 21.

1908.
Beavers-Arden: Miss Mildred Hunter Arden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Edwin Arden, to Lieut. George W. Beavers, Jr.; Omrch ofjthe

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Behr-Vernam: Miss Alice Cramer Vernam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert H. Vernam, to Mr. Frederick Howell Behr; Morristown,

N.J., Dec. 4, 1907.
Belden-Swezey: Miss Mabel Kathleen Swezey, daughter of Mrs. Christopher

Swezey, to Mr. Alfred Goodwin Belden, Jr.; New York Avenue

M.E. Church, Nov. 26, 1907.
Benedict-Bridewell: Miss Carrie Bridewell, daughter of Col. and Mrs.

Henry F. Bridewell, to Mr. Lemuel C. Benedict; Richmond,

Va., June 4, 1908.
Beyer-Johnson: Miss Florence Estelle Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Edward

Johnson, to Mr. Harold LeGrand Beyr.r; 808 Carroll St., Feb.

22, 1908.
Birgel-Mullin: Miss Margaret Evangeline MuUin, daughter of Mrs. K. M.

Mullin, to Mr. Theodore Henry Birgel; Church of St. John

the Baptist, June 17, 1908.
Blaisdell-Morgan: Miss Leila Morgan, daughter of Mr. C. D. Morgan, to

Mr. Joseph F. Blaisdell; Freehold, N.J., Nov. 21, 1907.
Blake-Suse: Miss Katarina E. Suse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick

E. Suse, to Mr. Alexander Vietts Blake; 745 Madison Ave.,

Man., Jan. 27, 1908.
Blandy-Borland: Miss Georgette Haven Borland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

J. Nelson Borland, to Mr. Graham Furber Blandy; 116 East

Thirty-seventh St., Man., April 29, 1908.
Bleecker-Duryea: Miss Elizabeth Duryea, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry

Townsend Duryea, to Mr. Edward Bleecker; 431 Hancock St.,

May 19, 1908.
' Blish-Jones: Miss Ethel Charlotte Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John

Jones, to Mr. Ivan A. A. Blish; 60 Martense St., July 15, 1908.
Bliss-Barnes: Miss Mildred Barnes, daughter of Mrs. William H. Bliss, to

Mr. Robert Woods Bliss; Grace Church Chantry, Man., April

14, 1908.
"Blossom-Dawson: Miss Minnie Miotley Dawson, daughter of Mr. Jackson

Thornton Dawson, to Mr. Harold Hill Blossom; St. John's

Church, Jamaica Plaib, Mass., Sept. 23, 1908.
Blyth-Reed: Miss Bertha Howard Reed, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Henry

B. Reed, to Mr. Bertram Dukes Blyth; Milford, Pa., Nov. 2,

1907. J

Bode-Snedeker: Miss Adelaide D. Snedeker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Thomas Carman Snedleker, to Mr. John C. Bode; Massapequa,

L.I., June 27, 1908. j
Bouck-Chisholm: Miss Lillian Beatrice Chisholm, daughter of Mr. Kenneth

Chisholm, to Mr. Dudley Bouck; 919 East Thirteenth St., Sept.

9, 1908.
Bowman-Carman: Miss Ethel Isabelle Carman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Thomas G. Carman, to Mr. Frank Bownftn; Eighty-sixth St.,



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