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Taubeneck, Herman B., congressman, -1900.
*Taylor, Charles Fayette, physician, 27-99.
Taylor, Henry Augustus, constructor, 39-99.
Taylor, James E., illustrator, 39-1901.
Taylor, Joseph Danner, soldier, 30-99.
Taylor, John T., pilot, 29-1900.
Taylor, William Bower, physicist, 21-95.
Taylor, William Mackergo, clergyman, 29-95.
Tegmeyer, John E., civil eng'r, 21-1901.
Tenney, Asa Wentworth, jurist, 33-97.
Terriss, William, actor, 40-.
Terry, William Richard, soldier, 27-97.
Teuffel, Blanche Willis Howard von, author,

47-98.
Thatcher, Solon Otis, jurist, 30-95.
Thayer, Alexander Wheelock, 17-97.
Thayer, Eli, educator, 19-99.
Thayer, William Makepeace, author, 20-98.
Thayer, William Wallace, jurist, 27-99.
*Thoburn, ^Crawford Rockwell, educator, 62-

1900.
Thoman, Ervin Monroe, statistician, 65-99.
Thomas, Amos Russell, physician, 26-95.
Thomas, Denison C, educator, 39-1901.
Thomas, Elisha Smith, P. E. bishop, 34-95.
Thomas, Henry Goddard, soldier, 37-97.
Thomas, John Jacobs, agr'l author, 10-95.
Thomas, John R., song writer, 0-96.
Thomas, Martha McCannon, author, -25.
Thomas, Mary von Erden, author, 25-.
Thomes, William Henry, author, 24-95.
Thompson, Alexander Ramsey, clergyman,

22-95.
Thompson, Alfred, artist, 31-95.
Thompson, Alfred Wordsworth, artist, 40-96.
Thompson, Daniel Greenleaf, author, 50-97.
Thompson, Elizabeth, Mrs., philanthropist,

21-99.
Thompson, Frederick Ferris, financier, 36-99.
Thompson, John Polk, inventor, 38-99.
Thompson, Laforrest Holman, jurist, 48-1900.
Thompson, Maurice, author, 44-1901.
Thompson, Richard Wigginson, sec. U. S.

Navy, 09-1900.
Thompson, Thomas L., editor, 38-98.
Thompson, William, soldier, 13-97.
Thompson, William P., capitalist, 37-96.
Thomson, Frank, ry. pres., 41-99.
Thrasher, William M., educator, -1900.
Thurman, Allen Granbery, U. S. senator

Ohio, 13-95.
Tiemann, Daniel Fawcett, mfr., 05-99.
Tilghman, Richard A., chemist, inventor, 29-

99.
Tillman, George D., congressman, 25-1901.
Tillman, J. Fount, register U. S. Treas., 54-

99.
Tillson, Davis, soldier, 30-95.
Tipton, Thomas W., U. S. senator, 17-99.



Tobin, L., educator, -1900.

Todd, Robert B., jurist, 26-1901.

Todd, Sereno Edwards, author, 20-98.

Tome, Jacob, philanthropist, 10-98.

Tompkins, Charles H., soldier, 30-95.

Tompkins, Henry Clay, lawyer, 23-98.

Toner, Joseph Meredith, physician, author,

25-96.
Torrence, Joseph, capitalist, 43-96.
Toucey, John M., ry. mgr., 28-98.
Tower, Ashley B., architect, 47-1901.
Tower, Zealous Bates, soldier, 19-1900.
Towndrow, Thomas, stenographer, 12-98.
Townsend, Amos, congressman, Ohio, 31-95.
Townsend, Dwight, congressman, 26-99.
Townsend, Frederick, soldier, 25-98.
Townsend, John Pomeroy, financier, 32-98.
Townsend, Mary Ashley, author, 36-1901.
Townshend, Norton Strange, congressman,

15-95.
Trafton, Mark, M. E. clergyman, 10-1901.
Traill, Henry Duff, editor, 43-1900.
Train, Charles Russell, lawyer, author, 17-96.
Trammell, Leander Newton, ry. comm'r, 30-

1900.
Trego, William Henry, expressman, 37-.
Trenholm, William Lee, banker, 36-1901.
Trescot, William Henry, diplomat, 22-98.
Trippe, Robert P., jurist, -1900.
Trott, Samuel, ocean cable layer, 32-99.
Trotter, Newbold Hough, artist, 27-98.
Truesdell, Gaylord S., artist, 50-99.
Trumbull, James Hammond, historian, eth-
nologist, 21-97.
Trumbull, Lyman, senator, 13-96.
Tucker, Gideon J., lawyer, journalist, 26-29.
Tucker, Henry Holcombe, clergyman, 19-98.
Tucker, John Randolph, congressman, 23-97.
Tucker, Joshua Thomas, clergyman, 12-97.
Tucker, Luther H., publisher, 35-97.
Tucker, Payson, ry. official, -1900.
Tuckerman, Charles Keating, author, 21-96.
Turchin, John Basil, soldier, 22-1901.
*Turini, Giovanni, sculptor, 41-99.
Turnbull, Laurence, physician, 21-1900.
Turner, Carrie, actress, -97.
Turner, Henry E., physician, 16-97.
Turner, John Wesley, soldier, 33-99.
Turner, Jonathan B., educator, 06-99.
Turner, Oscar, congressman, 25-96.
Turner, Samuel Epes, author, 46-96.
Turner, Smith S., congressman, 42-98.
Turner, Thomas, congressman, Ky., 21-1900.
Tuttle, Isaac Henry, clergyman, 11-96.
Tuttle, Joseph Farrand, educator, 36-1901.
Tyler, Moses Coit, educator, 35-1900.
Tyler, W. R., artist, -96.

Tyng, Stephen Higginson, clergyman, 39-98.
Uhle, Edwin F., diplomat, 41-1901.
Underhill, Edward Fitch, stenographer, 30-98.
Upham, Alexander B., comm'r Indian Affairs,

-99.
Upham, Francis William, 17-95.
Upton, William W., jurist, 17-96.
Ure, William Andrew, journalist, 39-96.
Vail, Albert D., clergyman, 35-98.
Valentini, Philip J. J., archasologist, author,

28-99.
Vance, Robert Brank, soldier, 28-99.
Vanderbilt, Cornelius, capitalist, 43-99.
Vanderbilt, Maria Louisa, philanthropist, 21-

96.
Vanderburgh, Charles Edwin, jurist, 29-98.



NECROLOGY



1303



Van der Wcydc, Peter II., scientist, 13-95.
Van Dyck, Cornelius Van Alen, missionary,

18-95.
Van Horn, James J., soldier, 35-98.
Van Ingen, Henry, prof, art, -98.
"Van Rensselaer, Maunsell, P. E. clergyman,

19-1900.
*Van Scoy, Thomas, educator, 48-1901.
Van Vliet, Stewart, soldier, 15-1901.
Van Wyck, Charles Henry, U. S. senator,

Neb., 24-95.
*Vaughan, Alfred Jefferson, soldier, 30-99.
Vaux, Calvert, landscape architect, 24-95.
Vaux, Richard, penologist, 16-95.
Veatch, James Clifford, soldier, 19-95.
Veazey, Wheelock Graves, interstate com-
merce corum'r, 35-98.
*Venable, Charles Scott, educator, 27-1900.
Vestin, John, R. C. bishop, 44-99.
Villard, Henry, financier, 35-1900.
Vincent, Benjamin, journalist, 12-99.
Volk, Leonard Wells, sculptor, 28-95.
Voorhees, Daniel Wolsey, U. S. senator, Ind.,

27-97.
Voorhis, Charles Henry, congressman, 33-96.
Vrooman, Daniel, missionary, -95.
Wachsmuth, Charles, palaeontologist, -96.
Waddell, John N., clergyman, 12-95.
Wainwright, William Pratt, soldier, 18-95.
Wait, John T., congressman, 11-99.
Walcutt, Charles C, soldier, 38-98.
Walke, Henry, rear-admiral, U. S. N., 08-96.
*Walker, Aldace F., ry. pres., 42-1901.
Walker, Francis Amos, educator, 40-97.
Walker, Charles L., historian, 44-95.
Walker, Francis Amasa, economist, 41-97.
*Walker, George Leon, clergyman, 30-1900.
Walker, Hiram, merchant, 16-99.
Walker, Moses B., soldier, -95.
Walker, William, missionary, -96.
Wallace, Robert Bruce, soldier, -1900.
Wallace, William A., U. S. senator, Pa., 27-

96.
Wallace, William A., soldier, 27-1901.
Waller, Emma, actress, 29-99.
Walling, Ansel T., congressman, 24-96.
Walsh, Patrick, U. S. senator, Ga., 40-99.
Walsh, Patrick, soldier, 32-1900.
Walsh, Robert F., author, 58-95.
Walthall, Edward Cary, U. S. senator, 31-98.
Walworth, Clarence Alfonsus, R. C. priest,

author, 20-1900.
Warburton, Charles E., journalist, -96.
*Ward, David, capitalist, 22-1900.
Ward, Hamilton, jurist, 29-98.
Ward, James Thomas, theologian, 20-97.
Ward, Julius Hammond, clergyman, 37-97.
Waring, George Edwin, eng'r, sanitarian, 33-

98.
*Warner, Amos Griswold, educator, 61-1900.
*Warner, Charles Dudley, author, 29-1900.
Warner, James Meech, soldier, 36-97.
Warner, Neil, tragedian, 31-1901.
Warner, Olin Levi, sculptor, 44-96.
Warren, Henry Clarke, author, -99.
Warren, Nathan Boughton, composer, 15-98.
Washburn, E. S., ry. pres., 44-1900.
Washington, W. H., descendant of George

Washington, 55-1900.
Waterman, Lewis E., inventor, -1901.
Waterman, Thomas Whitney, law author, 22-

98.
Waterson, Anne Cabot Lowell, Mrs., author,

12-99.



Wilson, Beriab Andre, physician, 36-92.

WatBOn, James Madison, author, liT-1'.iMU.

Watteraon, John Ambrose, R. C. bishop, 44-99.

Watts, James W., engraver, 30-95.

Watts, Robert, clergyman, 20-95.

Wayland, Heman Lincoln, Bapt. clergyman,
30-98.

Wayman, Alexander Washington, A. M. E.
bishop, 21-95.

Weaver, Jonathan, bishop U. B. Ch., 24-1901.

Weaver, Leroy G., soldier, diplomat, -95.

Webb, E. B., clergyman, 20-1901.

Webb, Frances Isabel Currie, author, 57-95.

Webb, Henry Walter, ry. official, 52-1900.

*Webb, William Henry, shipbuilder, 16-99.

*Weber, Max, soldier, 24-1901.

Webster, Amos, Col., 36-98.

Webster, George Parmelee, legislator, 28-99.

Webster, Nathan Burnham, educator, 21-1900.

Webster, Warren, surgeon, 35-96.

Weeks, Joseph D., statistician, 41-96.

Weidemeyer, John William, author, 19-96.

Welch, Rodney, journalist, -96.

Weld, Theodore Dwight, abolitionist, 03-95.

Wellington, Arthur Mellen, civ. eng'r, 47-95.

Wells, David Ames, economist, 28-98.

*Wells, David Dwight, author, 68-1900.

Wells, Henry Horatio, gov. Va., 23-1900.

Wells, James Madison, gov. La., 08-99.

Wells, Simon Carson, educator, 20-1900.

*Wellstood, William, engraver, publisher, 19-
1900.

Wentworth, William Pitt, architect, 39-96.

West, Charles E. (Dr.), educator, 08-1900.

West, George Warren, soldier, 32-99.

West, Joseph Rodman, U. S. senator, 22-98.

Westbrook, Benjamin Frank, physician, 57-95.

Westervelt, Daniel D., shipbuilder, 28-96.

Weston, James A., eng'r, 27-95.

Weston, Lizzie (Mrs. Charles Mathews Dav-
enport), actress, 28-99.

Wharton, Thomas J., jurist, -1900.

Wheatcroft, Nelson, actor, 52-97.

Wheeler, Calvin T., capitalist, 17-99.

Wheeler, Crosby Howard, missionary, 23-96.

Wheeler, Orlando Belina, civil eng'r, 35-95.

*Whelpley, Albert W., librarian, -1900.

Whipple, Charles K., abolitionist, 08-1900.

Whistler, Joseph Nelson Garland, soldier, 22-
99

White, Greenough, educator, 63-1901.

White, Moses C, physician, 19-1900.

Whiteley, Robert Henry Kirkwood, soldier,
09-96.

White, Stephen Mallory, U. S. senator, Calif.,
53-1901.

Whitfield, S. A., asst, postmaster-gen., -95.

Whiting, Prof. Henry Clay, educator, 45-1901.

Whitmore, William Henry, genealogist, 36-
1900.

Whitney, Josiah Dwight, geologist, 19-96.

'Whitney, Nelson Oliver, educator, 58-1901.

Whittaker, James Thomas, physician, 43-1900.

Whittle, Daniel W., evangelist, 40-1901.

Whittlesey, Sarah Johnson (Cogswell), au-
thor, 25-96.

Wiard, Norman, inventor, 26-96.

Wickliffe, Robert Charles, gov. La., -95.

Wicks, Hamilton S., journalist, 48-99.

Wigger, Winand Michael, R. C. bishop, 41-
1901.

Wigglesworth, Edward, dermatologist, 41-96.

Wight. E. B., journalist, -96.



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NECROLOGY



Wight, Moses, artist, 27-95.

Wikoff, Charles Augustus, soldier, 37-98.

Wilbour, Charles Edwin, Egyptologist, 33-96.

Wilcox, James M., inventor, 24-95.

Wilcox, John M., journalist, -95.

Wildes, George Dudley, clergyman, 19-98.

*Wildman, Rounservelle, diplomat, 64-1901.

Wiles, Greenbury F., soldier, 26-99.

Willard, Amiel J., lawyer, 22-1900.

Willard, Prances Elizabeth, reformer, 39-98.

Willard, Joseph C, hotel prop'r, 17-97.

Willet, Joseph Edgerton, educator, 26-97.

Willett, William Marinus, clergyman, 03-95.

Willey, Rev. Austin, abolitionist, 06-96.

Willey, Waitman T., U. S. senator, W. Va.,
12-1900.

Williams, Alexander, publisher, 19-1900.

Williams, Charles Frederick, editor, 42-95.

Williams, Edward H., mfr., 24-99.

Williams, Henry Warren, jurist, 30-99.

Williams, John, P. E. bishop, 17-99.

*Williams, John A., jurist, 35-1900.

Williams, John Milton, clergyman, 17-1900.

Williams, John Stuart, U. S. senator, Ky.,
20-98.

Williams, Joseph Hartwell, lawyer, 14-96.

Williams, Nelson Grosvenor, soldier, 23-97.

Williams, Samuel Gardiner, educator, -1900.

Williams, Prof. Thomas A., botanist, 65-1900.

Willie, Asa Hoyie, jurist, 29-99.

Willis, Albert Sydney, congressman, 43-97.

Willis, Edmund Aylburton, painter, 08-99.

Willis, Richard Storrs, editor, 18-1900.

Willits, Edwin, congressman, 30-96.

Willson, Thomas Edgar, editor, 46-.

*Wilmer, Richard Hooker, P. E. bishop, 16-
1900.

Wilson, Anne Read, philanthropist, -96.

*Wilson, George W., internal revenue com-
m'r, 43-1900.

*Wilson, Henry Parke Custis, physician, 27-
97.

Wilson, James F., U. S. senator, 28-95.

Wilson, John, M. E. clergyman, 24-99.

Wilson, John Alston, civ. eng'r, 37-96.

Wilson, John Laird, journalist, 32-96.

Wilson, Robert, jurist, 13-98.

Wilson, Thomas, soldier, 26-1901.

*Wilson, William Dexter, clergyman, edu-
cator, 16-1900.

*Wilson, William Lyne, educator, 43-1900.

Wilstach, John Augustine, lawyer, author, 24-
97.

Wingfield, John Henry Ducachet, P. E. bish-
op, 33-98.

Winlock, William C, scientist, 59-96.

Winser, Henry Jacob, journalist, 33-96.

Winslow, Charles A., journalist, 64-99.

Winsor, Justin, author, 31-97.

Winter, Herman, shipbuilder, 28-95.

*Winthrop, Buchanan, lawyer, 41-1900.

Winthrop, William Woolsey, soldier, 31-99.

*Wise, Daniel, clergyman, author, 13-98.

*Wise, Isaac Mayer, rabbi, 19-1900.

Withers, Frederick Clarke, architect, 28-1901.

Witherspoon, Thomas Dwight, clergyman, 36-
98.



Woerner, J. G., author, -1900.
Wolcott, Charles Carroll, soldier, 38-98.
Wolcott, James L., jurist, 42-98.
*Wolcott, Roger, gov. Mass., 47-1900.
Wolff, Christian D., soldier, 22-99.
*Wood, Benjamin, journalist, 20-1900.
Wood, DeVolson, inventor, 32-97.
*Wood, Edward Parker, comdr., U. S. N., 48-

99.
Wood, George Warren, clergyman, 14-1901.
Wood, William Maxwell, naval officer, 50-97.
Woodbridge, Luther Dana, educator, 50-99.
Woodbury, Augustus, clergyman, 25-95.
Woodbury, Charles Levi, lawyer, 20-98.
Woodruff, Wilford, pres. Mormon Ch., 07-98.
*Woods, William Allen, jurist, 37-1901.
Woodson, Silas, jurist, 19-96.
Woodward, Eliza Brand, philanthropist, 11-97.
Woodward, John B., banker, 35-96.
*Woodworth, Chauncey B., capitalist, 19-1901.
Woolf, Michaelangelo, artist, 37-99.
*Woolson, John Simson, jurist, 40-99.
Worden, John Lorimer, rear-admiral, U. S.

N., 18-97.
Wormley, Theodore George, chemist, 26-97.
Worrell, Jennie (Mrs. Jane Wilson), actress,

50-99.
Worth, Edward W., dermatologist, -96.
Worthen, William Ezra, civ. eng'r, 19-97.
Worthington, Roland, journalist, 17-98.
Wright, A. R., physician, 26-1900.
Wright, Charles Barstow, financier, 22-98.
Wright, Edward, soldier, 24-95.
Wright, George Groves, jurist, 20-96.
*Wright, Horatio Gouverneur, soldier, 20-99.
Wright, Lot, jurist, -1900.
Wiirtele, Arthur Sheppard Campbell, civ.

eng'r, 28-99.
Wyckoff, Benjamin Du Bois, missionary, 34-

99.
* Wyckoff, William Ozmun, mfr., 35-98.
Wylie, Theophilus Adam, mathematician, 10-

95.
Wylie, Theodore William John, clergyman,

18-98.
*Wyman, Edwin A., clergyman, 34-1900.
Wyman, John C, soldier, -1900.
Yandell, David Wendell, physician, 26-98.
Yates, John Barentse, soldier, 33-99.
*Yelland, Raymond D., artist, educator, 48-

1900.
Yerkes, Stephen, theologian, 27-96.
York, Zebulon, soldier, 19-1900.
Yost, George Washington Newton, typewriter

inventor, 31-95.
*Youmans, William Jay, editor, 38-1901.
*Young, Alfred, R. C. clergyman, 31-1900.
Young, Henry A., physician, 66-99.
Young, John Russell, librarian of Congress,

41-99.
Young, Pierce Manning Butler, soldier, 39-96.
Young, William Crittenden, educator, 42-96.
Zachos, John Celwergos, curator Cooper Un-
ion, 20-98.
Ziegler, Henry, theologian, 16-98.



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HE name and location of Boston University predetermined its
character. Established in the heart of the literary metropolis
of America, it could meet the just expectations of the public
only by organising as a metropolitan university of the most
advanced and comprehensive type. Its founders believed,
with rare earnestness, that the highest of all educational
ideals are the distinctively Christian, and that the distinctively
Christian ideals, instead of isolating individuals or segregating classes, asso-
ciate men and women in school, as in home and state and church. Accordingly
they had the honor of organising the first university ever planned from the
start and throughout with no individual disabilities or class discriminations
on the ground of race, nationality, sex, or other heredity. As an expression
of their faith, they gave to it at the start more than one and a half millions of
dollars. They at once instituted a reform in professional training.

The University was the first in the United States to present in Theology,
Law and Medicine uniform graded courses of instruction covering three
scholastic years, and to require in each the full three years of study. It was
also the first to establish a four-years' course in Medicine, and to reinstate the
long-lost baccalaureate degrees in Medicine and Surgery. Its advanced
standards and broad principles soon gave it a larger number of students in its
three professional schools than were found in any other American university.
They also attracted wide attention and interest in Europe. The National
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the Boston institution for mutual co-operation. In this way the University
gave an important impulse to the movement which later resulted in the
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More than four thousand have already been graduated at the University,
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general and technical education. It received its name in honor of the
donor of its site, Charles Tufts, but others aided generously in its founding
and subsequent endowment. The scope of the College was broadened by the
addition of scientific courses, technical and professional schools, and in 1892
the College was opened, in all its departments, to women on the same terms
as to men. The College is governed by a Board of Trustees and a Board of
Overseers.

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The scope of the College now comprises the following divisions, each with its special
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6 'Department of
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Domestic Arts.

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//. Library School.

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Language and Literature.

J3. Department of
Physical Training.

14. Department of

Evening Courses

(in all Departments of the
Institute.)

15. Department of
Free Public Lectures &

En terta inments.

16. Free Evening
Classes in Choral Music.

17. Library Dept.

18. Museum Dept.



FOUNDED, 1891, BY ANTHONY J. DREXEL



OR the promotion of education in Art,
Science and Industry, and particularly
for the extension and improvement of
industrial education as a means of open-
ing better and wider avenues of employ-
ment to young men and women. Open to both
sexes on equal terms.

The Founder's gifts to the Institute amount
to three million dollars, represented by one
million dollars expended upon the buildings
and two million dollars endowment, applied in
maintaining the instruction. These gifts, with
additional ones made by others, enable the
Institute to offer instruction at extremely mod-
erate and in some cases merely nominal rates.
Evening classes greatly extend the usefulness
of the Institute, and the Free Public Lectures
and Concerts furnish opportunities for general
culture to the public at large.

The large and beautiful Institute Building and
its two annexes furnish excellent facilities. The
Auditorium (seating 1500 persons) for concerts,
etc., the Library of 26000 volumes, the Museum
with specimens of all industrial and decorative



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