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LAW, GRADUATE, PEDAGOGY,
VETERINARY, COMMERCE AND
COLLEGIATE DIVISION ALUMNI



General Alumni Catalogue



New York University



1833- 1906



LAW, GRADUAT E, PEDAGOGY,
VETERINARY, COMMERCE AND
COLLEGIATE DIVISION ALUMNI




PUBLISHED BY THE



GENERAL ALUMNI SOCIETY
New York : : : ; : M C M V I






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Prefatory Note



On October i8th, 1830, the Council of New York University
was organized. In October, 1832, work of instruction in the
College began. To commemorate the semisesquicentennial of
the inauguration of the University, the General Alumni Society
undertook the publication of a General Alumni Catalogue. In
doing so, it has carried out in part one of its objects: "The
maintenance of a list of the names and addresses of all matricu-
lates of the University."

The General Alumni Society, distinct from the Alumni As-
sociations of the several schools of the University, was organ-
ized in 1902. By provision of its By-Laws (Article I., Sec-
tion i), "Any graduate of any department or any matriculate
of a class which has graduated and who has left New York
University in good standing may, upon payment of a subscrip-
tion to the Society, become a member. Any one not a graduate
or a matriculate, who is or has been a member of the Council
or of the teaching force of New York University, or any one
holding an honorary degree from New York University, may
become a member of this Society, but may not hold office or
vote at any meeting thereof."

It is the plan of the Catalogue to provide a complete list
of all who have received degrees from the University and of
all officers of administration and instruction ; to give under the
several names condensed biographies: and to add. in case of
the deceased, the date and place of death, and. in case of the
living, the present address.

The names of Alumni have been grouped in classes under
the nine schools of the University and presented in three vol-
umes. The first volume, published in June, 1906, contains the



vi PREFATORY NOTE

Alumni of the College and of the School of Applied Science
together with the Honorary Alumni of the University. The
present volume contains the Alumni of the schools at Washing-
ton Square (Law, Graduate, Pedagogy, Commerce, and Col-
legiate Division), together with the graduates of the Veterinary
College. The third volume, under the editorial supervision of
Dr. Egbert Le Fevre, Secretary of the General Alumni Society,
will contain the Alumni of the University and Bellevue Hospital
Medical College.

Where more than one degree is conferred in any school, the
recipients of each degree are grouped by themselves in the one
class and are separated from other groups by a dash. Thus in
the Law School names of all upon whom LL. B. was conferred
in a certain year are presented first. These are followed by the
names of graduates who received LL. M., and these in turn by
the names of graduates who received J. D. In the case of the
Veterinary College, the distinction of degree also indicates a
difference in school, for previous to their consolidation with
New York University, the New York College of Veterinary
Surgeons conferred the degree of V. S., and the American Vet-
erinary College the degree of D. V. S. Where an Alumnus has
received more than one degree, the rule has been to enter bio-
graphical matter under the first appearance of his name, and
in other places to enter the name and degree only, with appro-
priate cross references.

Material has been gathered for the present volume by means
of circular letters enclosing blanks for data sent directly to all
graduates whom it was possible to reach. Postal cards follow-
ing the letters have urged that the data requested should be
sent. Through personal correspondence much information has
been obtained from interested Alumni and from members of
the Faculties. The archives of the University, the annual cata-
logues oiF its schools, student publications, fraternity catalogues,
catalogues of other colleges and schools, encyclopedias of biog-
raphy, directories, and similar books of reference have been
searched for information.



PREFATORY NOTE vii

The arrangement of material under each name has taken the
following order :

Occupation.

Degrees received from N. Y. U. and other institutions.

Date and plac^ of birth.

Preparation for N. Y. U.

University record and honors.

Record since graduation.

Honors received and membership in societies.

Publications.

Address, if living, or place and date of death, if deceased.

Additional information with regard to any Alumnus under
the above heads would be gladly received by the editor and filed
for use in future editions of the Catalogue.

The present volume represents the first attempt to present
comprehensively the Alumni of the six schools contained therein.
A large proportion of errors and omissions, therefore, will doubt-
less be discovered. If those who point them out will do so by
correcting the errors and supplying the omissions, their criti-
cism will find a cordial welcome.

A number of the Alumni have generously supplied data in
their possession, and thanks are due to them. Mr. James Abbott,
of the College Class of '83, Treasurer of the General Alumni
Society, serving as Publication Committee, has given the Soci-
ety the benefit of valuable experience. Finally the editorial task
has been lightened by the intelligent and accurate work of the
printers, Messrs. C. H. Simonds & Co.. of Boston.

Henry M. Brown, A. M.. '92.

Editor.



chronological Table



Meeting to consider the establishment of a University December 16, 1829

Organization of the Council October 18, 1830

Act of Incorporation April 18, 1831

Opening of College work October, 1832

Plan of Hon. Benjamin F. Butler for Law School adopted 1835

Reorganization of the Department of Law 1858

Founding of the Law Library by John Taylor Johnston 1863

Founding of the General Endowment, in chief part by Mr. Loring

Andrews 1864-1866

Organization of Graduate School 1886

Organization of the School of Pedagogy 1890

Removal of College work to University Heights 1894

Opening of the New Halls of Law and Pedagogy at Washington

Square 1895

Consolidation of the Metropolis Law School (chartered in 1891) with

New" York University April 8, 1895

Establishment of morning, afternoon, and evening instruction in Law

October, 1895
Consolidation of the New York-American Veterinary College with New

York University 1899

Opening of the School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance 1900

Opening of the Washington Square Collegiate Division 1903



Abbreviations



AC. — accountant.

Acad. — Academy.

ACT. — actuary.

adm. Bar — admitted to the Bar.

ADV. — advertising business.

advoc. — advocate.

agt. — agent.

agr. — agriculture.

Am. — America, American.

ARCH. — architect.

assn. — association.

asyl. — asvlum.

athl. — athletic.

attg. — attending.

atty. — attorney.

AU. — author.

AUD. —auditor.

b. — born.

B. — banker.

B. A. I. — Bureau of Animal Industry,
Department of Agriculture.

Bapt. — Baptist.

BR. —broker.

bro. — bro. in N. Y. U.

BUILD. — builder.

C, elk. — clerk.

C. C. N. Y. — College of the City of New

York,
ch. — children.
Chapl. — chaplain.
CHEM. — chemist,
chem. — chemical,
chrmn. — chairman.
Ch. — church,
civ. — civil.
CLERG. — clergyman.
Co. — company, county.
Col. Univ. — Columbia University.
Coll. — College.
Coll. P. and S. — College of Physicians and

Surgeons.
Colleg. — collegiate,
commenc. — commencement,
com. — committee,
comm. — commission.
commr. — commissioner.
Cong. — Congregational,
co-p. — co-pastor.

const. — constitution, constitutional,
constr. — construction,
consult. — consulting,
coiitr. — contractor.
CORP. — corporation officer,
couns. — counsellor.
cous. — cousin in N. Y. U.
d. — died.

da. — daughter or daughters,
del. — delegate.
Dep. — Deputy,
dcpt. — department,
dir. — director,
dis. — diseases.



disp. — dispensary.

dissert. — dissertation.

div. — division.

ED. — editor.

EDUC. — educator.

em. — emeritus.

empl. — employed.

ENG. — engineer.

eng. — engineer, engineering.

Engl. — English.

evang. — evangelist.

extry. — extraordinary.

F. — farmer.

fa. — father in N. Y. U.
fac. — faculty,
fresh. — freshman,
genl. — general.
GEOL. — geologist,
gov. — government,
grad. — graduate.

G. S. — grammar school.
gt. — great.

H. S. — high school.

indep. — independent.

INS. — insurance.

insp. — inspector.

inst. — institute.

instr. — instructor.

internatl. — international.

JOURN. — journalist.

jun. — junior.

L. — lawyer.

lect. — lecturer.

LIBR. — librarian.

m. — married.

M. — merchant.

man. — managing.

M. E. — Methodist Episcopal.

M. E., Mech. Eng. — mechanical engineer.

Med. Assn. — Medical Association.

Med. Coll. — Medical College.

mem. — member.

meml. — memorial.

MF. — manufacturer.

mftry. — manufactory.

ragr. — manager.

miss., missny. — missionary.

mod. — moderator.

munic. — municipal.

nat. — natural.

natl. — national.

neph. — nephew in N. Y. U.

off. — office, officer.

ord. — ordained.

p. — pnstor.

past. — pastoral.

pdgy. —pedagogy.

P. E. — Protestant Episcopal.

PHAR. — pharmacist.

phil., philos. — philosophy, philosophical.



philol. — philology, philological.
Philomath. "' "



lilology
-Phil<



omathean Society.



ABB RE VIA TIONS



PHYS. -^ physician.

plenip'y — plenipotentiary.

pres. — president.

Presb. — Presbyterian.

prin. — principal.

prof. — professor.

propr. — proprietor.

P. S. — public school.

PUB. — publisher.

publ. — publications.

R. D. — Reformed Dutch.

RE. — real estate business.

rec. — recorder.

gr. — registrar.

/. — relative in N. Y. U.
repr. — representative,
ret. — retired.
Rev'y — Revolutionary.
R. R. — railroad official,
s. — son of.
salut. — salutatorian.
sem. — seminary,
sen. — senior,
soc. — society.
son — son in N. Y. U.



re:



soph. — sophomore.

Sp. Dip. — Special Diploma.

sp., spec. — special.

s. s. — stated supply.

S. S. — Sunday School.

sta. — station.

stud. — student.

surrog. — surrogate.

surv. — survey, surveyor.

teach. — teacher.

topogr. — topographicaL

tp. — township.

trust. — trustee.

T. S. — Theological Seminary.

unc. ■ — • uncle in N. Y. U.

vet. — veterinary.

vetern. — veterinarian.

vis. — visiting.

w. c. — without charge.

The name of the institution by which it
has been conferred follows the academic
degree. The omission of it indicates that
the degree was given by New York Uni-
versity.



Contents



Prefatory Note v

Chronological Table ix

Abbreviations . . . xi

Alumni of the Law School 1

Alumni of the Graduate School 147

Alumni of the School of Pedagogy 182

Alumni of the New York- American Veterinary College . 205

Alumni of the School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance 250

Alumni of the Washington Square Collegiate Division . 255

Officers and Members of the Council 259

The Women's Advisory Committee 272

Chancellors of the University 273

Administrative Officers 274

Faculty of the Law School 270

Faculty of the Graduate School 280

Faculty of the School of Pedagogy 287

Faculty of the New York -American Veterinary College . 290

Faculty of the School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance 292

Faculty of the Washington Square Collegiate Division . 290

Index of Officers and Faculty 298

Index of Alumni 303



xiii



Alumni of the Law School

1859 - 1906



1859

Marcena M. Dickinson,*
LL. B., 59.

b. 1834; Justice of Peace, Rockland Co.,
N. y.; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 58-9.

Chauncey Field, Jr.,

LL. B.. 59.

b. 1835: N. Y. U. Law Sch.. 58-9.



Joseph Cooke Jackson,

LL. B., 58; A. B., 57, Yale Univ.; A.
M.. 60, do.; LL. B., 60, Harvard Univ.
b. Newark, N. J., Aug. 5, 1835; Kings-
ley's Mil. Sch., West Point, N. Y.;
Phillips And. Acad., 53; Yale Coll., 53-7;
N. Y. U. Law Sch., 58-9: instr. Newark
Acad., N. J., 58; 2d Lieut., 1st N.J.
Vols., 61; promoted to Capt. for gal-
lantry; Lieut. -Col., 26th N.J. Vols., 62;
brevetted Col., 62; Commr. U. S. Naval
Cadets for N.J.; br. Brig-Gen. U.S. Vols.,
65; U. S. Asst. Dist. Atty., Southern
Dist., N. Y., 70; pract. law 30 yrs.,
N. Y. C, including State and U. S.
Courts in N. Y.. N. J., and U. S. Su-
preme Ct., Wash., D. C; mem. N. Y.
Bar Assn.; Law Inst.; Geo. Washington
Post 103, G. A. R.; Union League Club;
V. p. De Milt Disp. ; mem. Am. Bible
Soc; N. Y. Tract Soc. ; Sons of Revol.

138 E. 34tl' St.. N. Y. C.
Asa Starkweather Lathrop,*

A. B.. 55; LL. B.. 59.
b. 1835: N. Y. U. Coll.; N. V. U. Law
Sch., 58-9; mem. law firm Lathrop &
Mills. N. Y. C.



Gilead R. Nash,



LL. B.. 59.

b. 1836; N. Y. U. Law Sch.



Jacob SoHs Ritterband,
LL. B.. 59.

b. 1836; attended C. C. N. Y.; N. Y. U.
Law Sch., 58-9; pract. law, N. Y. C.



John Stevenson,



LL. B., 59.

b. 1839; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 58-9.



Nelson Taylor,



LL. B., 59; do.. 60, Harvard Univ.
b. South Norwalk, Ct., Jun. 9, 1821;
N. Y. U. Law Sch., -59; Harvard Law
Sch., 60; Capt. 1st N. Y. Vols., during
Mexican War; State Sen., Cal., 49
Sheriff, 55; Col. 72d N. Y. Infantry, 61
Brig.Gen., Army of Potomac, 62-3
mem. Congress, N. Y. C, 66-8.

d. South Norwalk, Jan. 16, 94.

(8)



i860

William H. Aldridge,

LL. B.. 60.

b. 1838; Va. Mil. Acad.; N. Y. U. Law

Sch., 59-60; from Texas.



Ethan Allen,

LL. B., 60; A. M., 60, Brown Univ.
b. Monmouth Co., N. J., May 12, 1832;
Brown Univ.; N. Y. U. Law Sch.. 59-
60; valedictorian; Dep. U. S. Dist. Atty.,
Southern Dist., N. Y., 61-9; pract. law
N. Y. C, 70-90; chrmn. Natl. Com. of
Liberal Republicans to make Horace
Greeley Pres. ; chrmn. Cuban League,
U.S., 60-70. 96-8; />wft/.; Washington, or
the Revolution, in dramatic form; Ro-
zina (social drama).

64 William St.. N. Y. C.



Miles P>. Andrews,*

LL. B., 60.

b. 1828; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-60; adm.

bar, 50.



William H. Brown,

LL. B.. 60.

b. 1828; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-60; adm.

bar. SO.



NEW YORK UNIVERSITY



[i860



Harvey S. Chatfield,



b 1837; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-60; adm,
bar, 59.

Daniel Clark,

b 1833; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-60; adm,
bar, 59.

George Wetmore Colles,

LL B., 60; A. B., 57, Yale Univ.
b. 1837; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-60.



D. L. Hardwick,



Albert Comstock,



b.^i837; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-60; adm.
bar. 59.



Eugene Digges,



LL B., 60; A. B., Georgetown Umv.
b. 1839; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 58-60; from
Port Tobacco, Md.



Asa Bird Gardiner,



LL. B., 60; LL. D., 75; A. B., 59, C. C

N. Y.; A.M., 62, do.; A.M., 64, Dart-
mouth.; A. M., 69, Columbia Univ.; L. H.
D., 96, Hobart. ^ ^ t.t %r

b N. Y. C, Sept, 30, 1839; C. C. N. Y.;
NYU Law Sch., 59-60; 1st. Lieut.,
31st 'Regt., N. Y. Vol. Infy., 61; Capt
22d Regt., N. Y. Mil. Infy., 62; Adjut.
U S. Vet. Reserve Corps and Brevet
Capt., U. S. Vols., 65; Lieut., U. S. Infy.,
69- Judge Advoc, Mil. Div. of the South,
71-3; of the Atlantic, 78-87; entrusted
with War Dept. business in Civil Court;
Judge Advoc, U.S.A., 73; prof. of
Law U. S. Mil. Acad., West Point, 74-8;
Act.' Asst. Sec. War, 87-8; Dist. Atty.,
N. Y., 97-02; mem. Am. Ethnol. boc ;
N. Y. Hist. Soc; in 67 companion Mil.
Order of Loyal Legion of U.S.; an
incorporator Mil. Service Inst.; Soc.
Sons of Rev., 73; sec. genl., Soc. of
Cincinnati; v. p. R. I. Soc. of Cincin-
nati; vice-commdt. Mil. Soc. of War
1812 and Vet. Corps of Artillery; mem.
Union, Metropolitan, West Point, Demo-
cratic, 7th Regt., Veteran, and Church
Clubs- publ.: Jurisdiction and Powers
of the U. S. and State Courts in Refer-
ence to Writs of Habeas Corpus as Af-
fecting the Army and Navy; Evidence
and Practice in Military Courts; Practi-
cal Forms for Use in Courts Martial
and Remarks as to Procedure, etc., etc.

32 B'zvay, N. Y. C.
Jacob Augustus Geissenhainer,

LL. B., 60; A. B., 58, Col. Univ.; A.M.,
61, Univ. Berlin.

N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-60; mem. Con-
gress, 89-96.

68 William St., N. Y. C.



LL. B., 60.

b. 1836; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-60; adm.

bar, 59.



William Wirt Hewitt,^



LL. B., 60.

b. 1835; Trinity Coll.; N. Y. U. Law

Sch., 59-60.



Albert Victor Meeks,



b 1838; Col. Univ.; N. Y. U. Law Sch.,
59-60.

George W. Morton,*

LL. B., 60.

b. 1830; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-60.

William T. Nicholls,

LL. B., 60.

N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-60.

Albert Marshman Palmer,*

b. North Stonington, Ct., Jul 27, 1838
Suffield Inst.; N. Y. U Law Sch., 59-60
Libr. Mercantile Lib., N. Y., 69-72
mgr. Union Sq. Theatre, 72-82; Madison
Sq. Theatre; Palmer's Theatre; Herald
Sq Theatre; for Richard Mansheld, 3
yrs.; maintained company selected players
to present best modern plays at home
theatre and in prin. Am. cities; founder
and 14 yrs. pres. Actors' Fund of Am.;
one of founders and v. p.. Players Club,
N. Y. ^

d. Mar. 7, 05, N. Y. C.
George Peckham,*

LL. B., 60.

b. 1830; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-60.



D. W. Reeve,*



b.hf36;^N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-60; from
Riverhead, N. Y.



John L. Riker,



b 1836; Yale Univ.; N. Y. U. Law Sch.,
59-60.



Oscar Fisher Shaw,



b^-S?Y'.'e.,'^Feb'^-'3,'l838;N.Y.U.Con.
N. Y. U. Law Sch., 58-60.

135 B'way, N. Y. C.



Luther H. Stryker,



b.^i83'4;%. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-60;
bar, 59.



i86i]



ALUMNI OF THE LAW SCHOOL



Frederick Bartholomew
Vleck,



Van



b. N. Y. C, May 25. 1835; N. Y. Free
Acad. (C. C. N. Y.); N. Y. U. Law Scli.,

I; pr
Bkln., N. Y

1405 Pacific St., Bkln., N. Y.



John Wingate, Jr.,

LL. B.. 60; A.M., Bowdoin.

b. 1834; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-60; from

N. H.

(24)



186I



Stephen D. Avers,

LL. B.. 61; M.D.. elsewhere.

entered N. Y. U. from Indiana; studied

two terms.



Aaron P. Bates,



LL. B.. 61.

b. 1838; N. Y. U. Law Sch., three terms.



Horace Standish Bradford,

(L. and ENG.) LL. B., 61; A.M.. 60,
Brown Univ.

b. North Yarmouth, Me., Aug. 10, 1839;
Providence, R. L, H. S.; N. Y. U. Law
Sch., three terms; Act. .\sst. Paymaster
2 yrs., Civil War, U. S. Stmr. Victoria;
atty. at law and consulting mining eng.

35 B'way, N. Y. C.



Edwin G. Davis,

LL. B., 61.

b. 1841; N. Y. U. Law Sch., three terms.

116 Nassau St., N. Y. C.

Henry Sinclair Drayton,

(PHYS.) LL. B.. 61; A. B.. 59; A.M..
66; M.D., 77, Eclectic Med. Coll.; 89,
N. Y. Med. Soc.

b. Jersev City. N. J.,^ Sep. 16, 1839;
Dickinson Lyceum. J. t.; N. Y. U. Coll.,
-59; N. V. U. Law Sch.. 60-1; lawyer,
61-4; Eclectic Med. Coll.. 76-7; Post-
grad. Med. Sch. Courses; editor, 66;
lect. on Physiology of New System, Am.
Phrenol. Inst.; asst. Bellevue Hosp.
Clinic; Icct. Free Course, N. V. Sch.
Board; fellow N. Y. Acad. Anthropolocy ;
mem. N. V. C. Co. Med. Soc; hon. fellow
Soc. Science and Letters, London; corres.
Victoria Inst.; fmhl.: Brain and Mind,
78; Human Magnetism, 92; Studies in
Mind and Character, 93; In Oudemon,
01 : Notes of an Eastern Tour, 03.

70 Fifth Ave, N. Y. C.



Moses D. Gale,

LL. B.. 61.

b. 1826; N. Y. U. Law Sch., two terms;
at time of graduation was clerk of
Marine Court and ex-mem. N. Y. Legis-
lature.

Louis E. Hopkins,

LL. B., 61.

b. 1839; entered N. Y. U. from Vermont.

William S. Hornfager,*

LL. B.. 61.
b. 1840.

Edgar C. Hull,*

LL. B., 61.

editor at time of graduation.



Rufus Lapham,



LL. p., 61.

N. Y. U. Law Sch., 60-1; from Massachu-
setts.

C. B. LeBarron,*

LL. B., 61.

b. 1831; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 60-1; broker.

Edwin C. ]\Ioody,

LL. B., 61.
b. 1840.

Robert Protheroe,

LL. B., 61.

b. N. Y., 1826; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 57-61.

Cyrus Ramsay,*

LL. B., 61; M. D., S3.

b. 1831; N. Y. U. Med. Coll.; health

officer, N. Y. C.

d. Apr. 13, 71, N. Y. C.



James Richards,



LL. B., 61; A. B., 58, Prin. Univ.;
LL. B.. 64, Col. Univ.; LL. M.. 65, do.
b. .\urora, N. Y., Mar. 7, 1839; pri-
vately prepared, New Orleans, La.;
Princeton Univ.; N. Y. U. Law Sch.,
60-1; Col. Univ. Law; pres. Dwight
Alumni Assn., Col. College; fubl.: Tomb
of an .\miable Child and Story of Clare-
mont, 97.

S tec phi II Castle, Vent nor. Isle of
Wight, Eng.



Rufus Leonard Scott.

LL. B.. 61.

b. Lanesboro, Mass.. 1835; Lenox Acad.,
Mass.; East Williston Sem.. Mass.:
CharlotteviUe Sem., N. Y.; N. Y. U. Lnw



NEJV YORK UNIVERSITY



[1862



Sch.; adm. bar, 61; alderman, Bkln.,
84-5; collector of arrears of taxes, Bkln.,
77-9; mem. Bd. of Educ, Bkln., 86-9;
commr. Taxes and Assessments, N. Y. C,
02-3.

93 Nassau St., N. Y. C.



Ogden Seelye,



LL. B., 61.

b. 1837; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-61, four

terms.

William Marcus Tweed,*

LL. B., 61.

b. N. Y. C, Apr. 3, 1823; alderman
N. Y. C, 52; mem. Congress, 53-5; super-
visor, N. Y. C, 56; sch. commr., 56-7;
N. Y. U. Law Sch., 59-61; deputy street
commr., 61-70; N.Y. State Senator, 67-71;
commr. public works, 70-1.

d. Apr. 12, 78, N. Y. C.
Edward Walter West,

LL. B., 61.

b. 1839; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 60-1, three

terms.



Qiarles E. Wilber,



LL. B., 61.

N. Y. U. Law Sch., 60-1; editor at time

of graduation.

(20)



1862

Urban C. Brewer,



LL. B., 62.

b. Indiana, 1839; N. Y. U. Law Sch..

three terms.



George Bridge,



LL. B.. 62.

b. N. Y., 1834; N. Y. U. Law Sch., three

terms.



Duncan Campbell,

LL. B., 62.

b. N. Y., 1840; N. Y. U. Law Sch., three

terms.

Stephen J. Calahan,

LL. B., 62.

N. Y. U. Law Sch., 61-2.

Robert H. Corbett,

LL. B., 62.

N. Y. U. Law Sch., 61-2.

Philander J. Dickey,

LL. B., 62.

b. New Hampshire, 1834; N. Y. U. Law

Sch., three terms.



Charles A. Durgm,



LL. B., 62.

b. N. Y., 1837; N. Y. U. Law Sch., two

terms.



Charles M. Earle,*



LL. B., 62.

b. N. Y., 1841; N. Y. U. Law Sch.^

terms.

d. June, 99.



Smith Ely,



(M.) LL. B., 62.
b. Hanover, N. J., Apr. 17, 1825; N.Y,
U. Law Sch., two terms; school trustee,
59-60; State Senator, 57; supervisor,
N.Y. Co., 60-8; mem. Congress, 71-6:
Bkln. Bridge commr., 75; mayor, N.Y.
77-8; Central Park commr., 97-8; mem
Cent. Assn.; Alumni Assn., N. Y. U. ;
Soc. Col. Wars; Sons of Revol.; Soc,
War of 1812; Man., Dem., and Presb.
Clubs.

103 Gold St., N. Y. C.



James M. Freeman,



LL. B., 62; A. M., elsewhere.

b. 1840; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 61-2.



John V. Gridley,*

LL. B., 62.

b. N. Y., 1834; N. Y. U. Law Sch., two

terms.

John G. Hefferman,

LL. B., 62; A. M., elsewhere.

b. Ireland, 1835; N. Y. U. Law Sch., two

terms.

James Henderson,*

LL. B., 62.

b. N. Y., 1837; N. Y. U. Law Sch., two

terms.

Meyer Samuel Isaacs,*

A. B., 59; A. M., 62; LL. B., 62; LL. M.,

92.

b. N. Y. C. May 8, 1841; N. Y. U. Coll.;
N. Y. U. Law Sch.; lecturer. N. Y. U.
Law Sch., 87-92; ed. Jewish Messenger,
57-76; lawver since 62; Judge, Marine
Court, N. Y., 80; Com. of Counsel, Law-
vers' Title Ins. Co.: v. p., R. E. Exch.,
86-90; dir. Prison Assn. and Soc. Pre-
vention of Crime. 92; pres. Bd. Del. .'f
Am. Israelites, 76-80: sec, do., 59-76;
pres. Hebrew Free Sch. Assn., 81-92;
pres. Baron de Hirsch Fund, 90-2; trust.
Columbia Bank, 88-92; Am. Savings
Bank. 90-2; mem. Archreol. Inst.; Am.
Acad. Sci.; mem. Bar Assn., N. Y. C,
72-04; State Bar and Am. Bar Assns.

d. May 24, 04, N. Y. C.



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ALUMNI OF THE LAW SCHOOL



Meigs Jackson,

r.L. B., 62.

b. N. Y., 1841; N. Y. U. Law Sch., two



Mervvin N. Jones,

LL. B.. 62.

b. N. Y., 1834; N. Y. U. Law Sch., two

terms.



Edwin R. Keyes,



LL. B.. 62.

b. N. Y., 1832; N. Y. U. Law Sch., three

terms.



Henry E. Klugh



LL. B., 62.

b. N. Y., 1837; N. Y. U. Law Sch., two

terms.



James H. Alackay,



LL. B., 62.

b. N. Y., 1839; N. Y. U. Law Sch., three
terms.



Gilbert N. Marshall.



LL. B.. 62.

b. N. Y., 1834; N. Y. U. Law Sch., three

terms.



Jonathan Marshall,



LL. B., 62: A. M.. elsewere.

b. N. H., 1837; N. Y. U. Law Sch., two

terms.



Richard Merrick,



LL. B.. 62.

b. N. Y., 1841; N. Y. U. Law Sch., three

terms.



Frank Montgomery,



LL. B.. 62.

b. N. Y., 1839; N. Y. U. Law Sch., two

terms.



James A. Palmer.

LL. B.. 62.

b. 1839; N. Y. U. Law Sch., 61-2.

Jacob Pecare,

LL. B., 62.

h. S. C. 1834: N. Y. U. Law Sch., two

terms.

John Ouackenbush,

LL. B~ 62.

b. N. Y., 1832; N. Y. U. Law Sch.. two

terms.



Uriah Furman Rogers,

A. B., 59; LL. B., 61.

b. Ct., 1836; N. Y. U. Coll.; N. Y. U.



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