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BROOKLYN'S LEADING FAMILY AND TRANSIENT HOTEL

Patronized by the best families.

Overlooking New York Bay, MantaattMi and Brooklyn

AN IDBALr U,OCATIOIN

Twenty Minutes to the Business Center of New York Accessible to the Seashore

All Single and Double Rooms Have Private Baths. Handsomely -

Furnished Apartments of 2, 3 and 5 Rooms, with 1 and 2

Private Baths. Large Closets in Every Room

American and European Plans

CUISINB AND SERVICE OF MARKED EXCELLENCE

American Plan, $3.50 per day and up

The Hotel's Motor Car Free to Its Patrons

No birds, dogs or animal pets allowed. Telephone, Main 4120

THOMAS TOBY, Manager



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Work for Children is Fundamentaly Far Reach-
ingy Hopeful Work — A Sure Way of Advancing
Civilization and Improving Humanity

The Brooklyn
CluldrcnsAidSociety

AffordsaSplendid Comes in Close

Medinm for the Daily Contact

Effective Use of With Neglected

the Contribntioas Childhood

of Persons Offers Helpful

Charitably Co-operation in

Inclined Any Emergency



The Bureau of Counsel, Relief and Investigation

Temporary Slielter and Worldng Boys' Home
The Pladug-Out Department Summer Relief Work



The Society is very largely dependent on
the voluntary support of individuals



Subscriptions may be sent to th? General Secretary,
72 Schermerhom Street.

CHARLES H. EDGAR, ARTHUR E. WAKEMAN,

President General Secretary



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Brooklyn Blue Book



AND



LONG ISLAND . . .
SOCIETY REGISTER



1910



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1909, by

BROOKLYN LIFE PUBLISHING CO.,

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



BROOKLYN, N. Y.

BROOKLYN LIFE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS

EAGLE BUILDING.
1909



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HOTEL BOSSERT

BROOKLYN ''On the Heights''
Montague, Hicks and Remsen Streets.



A New High Class Family House
Absolutely Fireproof

Very attractively located — in tLe miiat oi the moat aristo-
cratic and deli^kt^l section overlooking tke Harbor and Bay.
A ie^w minutes^ walk from Borougk Hall.
Apartments luxuriously furnished or unfurnished
may now be leased. Furnished Apartments by
Week, Month or Season. EUROPEAN PLAN

Very attractive Restaurant and Palm Room, wkicli are al-
ways open until 1 A.M. for Dinners, Suppers, Tkeatre Parties
and ^Veddings. Cuisine and Service tke best. Orckestra.

SoDdays and Holidays DiDoer de Luxe served from 6 to 9, $1.50

SPECIAL SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERTS
Most accessible to Subway, * L* and all
Surface Cars connecting with Manhattan

WALTER M. BRIGGS, Manager TELEPHONE, 4980— MAIN



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CONTENTS

PAGE

ADDENDA 323

AT HOME DAYS xliii

CLUB ABBREVIATIONS xi

COLLEGE ABBREVIATIONS . xiii

CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS 259

DEATHS OF THE YEAR : Iviii

MARRIAGES OF THE YEAR xv

REGISTER OF NAMES 1

STREET LIST 275

INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 32.4



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TELEPHONE 2BS1 MAIN



PRINZ BROTHERS

Hmportersi ofWotksi of 9irt



306 FULTON ST., BROOKLYN

MS Pit

Invite attention to their carefully selected collection of

HIGH CLASS MODERN OIL PAINTINGS



ATTIX-PERRY

Electrical Engineering Co.
283 FLATBUSH AVENUE,

BROOKLYN, N. Y.

ELECTRIC LIGHTING EQUIPMENTS IN
RESIDENCES A SPECIALTY

Telephone, 1108 Prospect



CERTIFIED MILK

Purity, Quality and Cleanliness
exist everywhere with all milk
bottled at the receiving stations
in the country*

H. S. CHARDAVOYNE

comer First Place BrooKlyn. N. Y.

406 Court Street Telephone. 151 Hamilton



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PREFACE



The Brooklyn Blue Book for 1910 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.

Brooklyn Life Publishing Co.

307 Washington St., Brooklyn, New York.
December, 1909.



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The Hl|hett Defree ol Perfection, Lnxnty, SeHnemenl, leliabiltty

The 1910



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CARPENTER MOTOR-VEHICLE COMPANY



BROOKLYN AGENTS
1239-41-43 FULTON STREET

Telephone 300 Bedford for Demonatration,



OPEN EVENINGS.



Cjje Brooklyn fteigfjts ^tmimt^

€igi)teen $ierrepont S>treet

FOUNDED 1861 INCORPORA TED 1903

FIFTY-NINTH YEAR BEGINS SEPTEMBER 28TH

Complete course from Kindergarten to one year beyond preparation for collese.
French and German Taught in each department. Certificate privileges. Play-
grounds. For particulars address



ELLEN YALE STEVENS,



Principal



ROLLINGS WORTH'S



Seventh Avenue, Cor. Union Street,

TELEPHONE: PROSPECT No. 1
WILLIAM E. HOLLINGSWORTH. Manager.
WILLIAM LOCKITT, Treasurer.



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CLUB ABBREVIATIONS



A Authors Ci City

A A. .Automobile Club of Cia Colonia

America Cin Societv of Cincinnati

Ace Associate College Civ National Civic

Alumnae ^Id Colonial Dames

Ad Alpha Delta Phi Clg Colonial Governors



Adl Adelphi Alumnae

Aga Aurora Grata

Ak Adirondack League

Al Aldine

Alf Alliance Fran^aise

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 Nav^

Ap Apawamis

Apo Apollo

Ard Ardsley Casino

Ark Arkwright

As Asaeog

As4 • • Adelphi Associate

Alumnae
Asskq.... Association of ^

Kings and Queens Counties
Ay ........American Yacht

Aye. Atlantic Yacht „«,«.„„««

Ba.... Boston Athletic Ass'n T^♦ rSSX, tJSS

Bac Brooklyn Art Club ^f; n.uf ^Tn«?i^

nst n««>ir*w Ait«»t««* Du ^.. Delta Upsilon



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 Corteljrou

Cr Cresco

Ct CiviUs

Ctm Contemporary

Cy. Colony

DAR Daughters

American Revolution

Dartc Dartmouth

Dem Democratic

Dgc Deal Golf

Dke Delta Kappa Epsilon

Dp Delta Phi

Dtd Delta Tau Delta

Dr.... Daughters of the

Revolution



B^....
^«n..^.Brookl3m



Berkeley Alumnae



BAP..



Amateur Musical
.Brooklsm



Dv Deutscher Verein

Dyg....Dyker Meadow Golf
Eg Englewood Golf



A^s^'AZivT^rr^u^f^r^^u^ Eng Engineers

Acadei^ of Photograp^ E f Excelsior

Bam Brookl3m Barnard p Fulton

Bb. . . . . Brooklyn Bar Ass'n pii.* .' .* .* .* .' . Frida'y * Afternoon

|£ iL^^i^ p^J^Si F.A.G.O.... Fellow American

gcc ....Brooklyn Canoe Guild of Organista

ge Brooklyn Engineera p^ Fellowcraft



Tie « . . . • •Jelcyl Island

K Knickerbocker

Kae . . Knickerbocker Athletic
Kcms.... Kings Countr

Medical Society
Kct.... Kings County Tennis
Kf c .... Knickerbocker Field

Knw Knollwood

Ko Kosmos

L Lawyers

Law Lawrence

Lb Brooklyn Lawvers

Lia Long Island Auto

LiDr. . . . Long Island

Daughters of Revolution

LI Lo^al Legion

Lm Laurier Musical

Ln Lincoln

Lt Lotos

Lye Larchmont Yacht

M Manhattan

Ma Magnetic

Mas Municipal Art

Mc Merchants

Mds Maidstone

Mid Midwood

Me Meridian

Mfc Marine and Field

Mfd. Mayflower Descendants
Mfs. . . .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



* (Washington)
. .. Municii



Bgc Bayside Golf

Bhs.... Brooklyn Heighta



Fcg... Fairfield County Golf

e- . Flc Mrs. Fields' Literary

Seminary ppa . . . . Founders and

i^ •«•••/; Brooklyn Patriote of America

51: Brooklyn League Fpl . . . . Flatbush Political

g? •••• Baltusrol Equality League

g{P/ 1, «Beta Theta Fi p^a .... Foreign Wars Ass'n

|W... Brooklyn Whist g Grolier

By ._.. Brooklyn Yacht Ga Germania



Bye Bensonhiirst Yacht

C .,.. Century

Ca. . .^ . . u .C^scent Athletic

Cal Calumet

Cam . . .\ Cambridge



Gc.Long Island

Rod and Gun

Gcc Gramatan Country

Gcf Garden City Golf

„_ Gn...'. German of New York

Can Cantata h Hanover

Car- 9*>*l«t?« Ha Hamilton

Cath.............. Catholic Hd Holland Dames

Cc Colonial Daughters Hd w Hardware

of 17th Century He Heights Casino

Cd . . .^ Chaminade Hist Historical Society

Cg Cranford Golf HI Holland Society

Cgc Carteret Gun Hu Huguenot Society

Chiropean Hvd Harvard

Chevy Chase Country Ih Indian Harbor Yacht

In Invincible



bS!



Che.

Chli... Church Club of L. f.



Chny.. Church Club of N. Y. Jbc Jamaica Bay Yacht



Mun Municipal

My Military

Myc. . . Manhasset Bay Yacht

Na...^ National Arts

Nas....

Nc

Ncc. . . .
Ncm...

NeSo..I
Npc

Ns....^

Ny

Nya....

Nyb....iic«v AwtA jjai <kj>j> s.

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

Os Ohio Society

Og Oriental Guild

Osf....Officier de

I'Academie, France



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The Brooklyn Latin School

40 aod 42 Honroe Place, BrooUyn, N. Y.

Individualism in Education for Boys

Preparation for College Training lor Business

i9os-mo
TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR



S. Schmerzler

88 Bedford An,

Putnam and Jefferson

Fancy
ressmaker

TO

Ladles of
Fashion

Particular Ladies

Guaranteed

Satisfaction

Tel. 4232 J. Bedford



I Franklin s

I TRUST CO. s

^ i66 Montague St., Brooklyn tfif

^ 140 Broadway. New York 4t
^ Invites the Accounts of Individuals, ^
^ Firms, Estates and Corporations. ^
iff Acts in every Fiduciary ^
2 Capacity. Allows Interest on *
^ Time and Demand Deposits. ^

«? '• «?

I CTORE your valuables %
^ m the Fire-Proof and g
J Burglar- Proof Vaults off
^ the Franklin Safe Deposit g
^ Company, 166 Montague ^
^ Street. Safes I5. 00 a |
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CLUB ABBREVIATIONS— Ck)ntinued

Ox Oxford Rye Riverside Yacht /Un Union

Pas Polytechnic Alumni S . . Seawanhaka-Corinthian Ur Urban

Pbk Phi Beta Kappa Yacht USC United Service

4*ci Packer Alumnae Sa St. Anthony Ut Unity

Pcny....Penataquit Sal , Salmagundi Uv University (Man.)

Corinthian Yacht SaRv..Sons Am. Revolution UvB.. University (Brooklyn)

Pd Phi Delta Phi Sbg Seabright Golf UvG University Glee

Pds Pleasure Drivers' Sc Squadron C . (Brooklyn)

Assn. Sch Schumann Uva University Athletic

Pgd Phi Gamma Delta Sde Settlers and Vs....Vassar Students*

Pg... Eastern Parkway Golf Defenders of America Aid Society

Phil Philharmonic Sg..St. George's (England) Vsa...Vassar Alumna Ass'n

Pky Parkway Driving Sgh Signal Corps y^ Whist

PI Players Sic ... . Staten Island Cricket wsVi * iJdn fC Wo«Cil« «* *mA

Pm Pilgrim Sig Shelter Island Go\i ^^^•'^'''' ^^P^^^ ^l^J^.

Polt Polytechnic Smi..Soc. Med. Turisprudence Wcc * wVsthYmot^ cSinSJ

Pr PHnceton Sn So. . St. Nictolas Society ^^^- ' v^esteherte? Golf fiP

Pt - Prospect So Southside we.... Westchester Oolf&

5"^::::QuVe^-c^irGoS 1^.:'"::::^!^ t^ ^i w..broo?"^7f

Ra Royal Arcanum Src Social Reform wi.' w^4tm;«J*Vr ^»nri*i

Re Richmond Country SS Southern Society* wi Westminster Kenne

Rd Riding and Driving St Strollers yji' WMiriw

Re Restigouche Sta St. Andrews Wm BrooWvn WnrnW.

Rem Remlrandt Sv .... Seventh Reg. Veteran wSi * WomSSv MuSi^S

Rep Republican Syc. .. .Shelter Island Yacht ^ml.. Woman s Munici^l

Rf.... Reform T Tuxedo Wr WriSi!

Rg Ridge Tec Twentieth Century Wu * * ' wAmVn'«**fT«Srir.j2

Rh Roekaway Hunt Tiyc. .. .Thousand Islands Wv * * ' WvandficK

Ri N. Y. Riding Yacht TL^ ^. ^r* i * . r x

Ritth . . . Rittenhouse (Phila.) Trs Transportation Jaslt Yale Ass n L.I.

Ro Rounds Alumnae Twi Twilight 19 •• ^"V,. ®

Ru Rubinstein Ul. Union League (Brook'n) " Young Republican

Rv. . Sons of the Revolution Ulny.. Union League (Man.) Zp Zeta Psi



COLLEG E ABBREV IATIONS

Adp Adelphi Las Lasel! Tech Inst Tech-
Ala Alabama LICH. L. I. College Hospital nology, Boston

Am Amherst LRU Le Roy University Tr Trinity

B ; Barnard MU Madison University Tsc Theological School,

BHC Bellevue Hospital Mh Mt. Holvoke Cambridge

Bm Bryn Mawr NA...U. S. Naval Academy U Union

Bowd Bowdoin NI Nassau Institute UC University Cal.

Br Brown NYH N. Y. Homeopath UM. . University of Michigan

Ce Cambridge (Eng.) NYL N. Y. Law School UMd University of

CI Columbia NYU N. Y. University Maryland

CIL Columbia (Law) Ob Oberlin Un Universalist

CIM Columbia (Mines) P Princeton UNC. . Unv. North Carolina

Cny... College of City MkY. Pa Packer Collegiate UP University of Pa.

Co *-... (JWftell Institute U.S. .University of the South

Colg Colgate Phila Philadelphia UTS Union Theological

Dart Dartmouth Pol Polytechnic Seminary

El Elmira PS.. Physicians and Surgeons UV. .University of Virginia

F Fordham Qu Queens Uvt. . University of Vermont

GTS.. General Theolog. Sem. Rad Radcliffe V. Vassar

H Harvard Ren.. Rensselaer Polytechnic Wa Washington

Ham Hamilton Rs Rutgers Wes Wesleyan

Hav Haverford RU .... Rochester University Wis Wellesley

Hill Hillsdale (Mich.) Sm Smith Wms Williams

HLS Harvard (Law) St.LU..St. Lawrence Univ. Wo... Woman's (Baltimore)

Hn Hanover Sts Stephens WP..West Point Mil. Acad.

Ht.... Hobart SI Stevens Institute Wru Western Reserve

T Jefferson Sw Swarthmore X St Francis Xavier

JH Johns Hopkins Sy Syracuse Y Yale

Ken Kenyon T Tufts YLS Yale (Law)

La LafayetteTa Tabor Yg Yale (Sheffield)



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. Entrance to New Restaurant and Grill Room

Brooklyn's
Superb Restaurant

With the opening of the new Restaurant on the Fifth floor.
West Building, Brooklyn, has a dining-room unsurpassed in beauty
and appointments, in service and cooking, in Greater New York,
and unapproached in any way in this Borough. The wonderful
Twentieth Century kitchen is on view between 8.30 and 1 1.00
A. M.

In this restaurant one may have the best the world affords at
very moderate prices.

Ask for Servomobile specials.

A^llA|(AM«*oSTItAlIS



NOTE— In the Grill men may smoke..



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MARRIAGES DURING THE YEAR

November 1, 1908 to October 31, 1909, inclusive.

Anderson-Stephens: Miss Cora Marguerite Stephens, daughter of Mr. and

Mrs. William E. Stephens, to Mr. Nils Anderson; 83 Rugby

Road, Jan., 27, 1909. '
Andrews-Ruggles : Miss Mary Julia Ruggles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

William Burroughs Ruggles, to Mr. William Clafiin Andrews;

Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 24, 1908.
Ashcrof t-Lyon : Miss Isabel Van Kleeck Lyon, daughter of Mrs. G. V.

Lyon, to Mr. Ralph Ashcrof t; Church of the Ascension, Man.,

March 18, 1909.
Atkins-Cummings: Miss Marion Emily Cummings, daughter of Mr. and

Mrs. William Guynhe Cummings, to Mr. Henry Memminger

Atkins; 132 McDonough St., May 12, 1909.
Atkins-Force: Miss Emma Louise Force, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Walter Sylvester Force, to Mr. Robert Hertel Atkins; St.

Bartholomew's Church, Oct. 12, 1909.
Austen-Corbin: Miss Alma Adele Corbin, daughter of Mrs. John Corbin,

to Mr. Valentine A. Austen j 616 East Thirty-second St.,

Oct. 30, 1909.
Bailey-Rose: Miss Anna G. Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abram J.

Rpse, to Mr. DeWitt Bailey; 255 West Eighty-fifth Street,

Jan. 12, 1909.
Baiter-Englis: Miss Madeleine Englis, daughter of Mrs. H. Rockwood |

BrinckerhofF, to Mr. Charles William Grevel Baiter; All An-
gels' Church, Man., Feb. 3, 1909. !
Baldwin-Krauser: Miss Helen Hatfield Krauser, daughter of Dr. Cyrus ';

Francis Krauser, to Rev. Charles Warren Baldwin; 74 Madison

Ave., Man., Jan. 14, 1909.
Baldwin-Smith: Miss Hazel Talmage Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Warren Greene Smith, to Mr. Martin Sullivan Baldwin; First

Presbyterian Church, Nov. 12, 1908.
Bannin-King: Miss Catherine Josephine King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Hugh King, to Mr. Thomas Joseph Bannin; Church of the ,

Ascension, Man., April 29, 1909.
Bartlett-McKeon : Miss Mary Beatty McKeon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

John Savage McKeon, to Mr. Edmund Bartlett; 587 Bedford

Ave., June 9, 1909.
Bayles-Steers : Miss Laura Louise Steers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Alfred E. Steers, to Dr. William H. Bayles; Flatbush Dutch

Reformed Church, July 16, 1909.
Belknap-Goodrich: Miss Gladys Goodrich, daughter of Rear-admiral Cas-
par F. Goodrich, U.S.N., to IJeutenant Charles Belknap,

U.S.N. ; Christ Memorial Church, Pomfret, Conn., Oct. 24,

1909.



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r^ TAXICABS ^



Brooklyn Taxicab

Phone 6200 Prospect



Co



RATES

(1 to 4 persons); 30c. first half mile; lOc. each additional quarter mile, and

10c. each six minutes waiting.
FLAT RATES

on application and special rates for driving, calling or shopping.
NO RETURN CHARGE

This company makes no charge until the passenger takes the cab, and no

charge after destination is reached.
NO OVERCHARGING

Our drivers are paid by the day and have nothing to gain by overcharging.
EFFICIENT SERVICE

The service of the company has been greatly enlarged and improved and

special attention is given to filling engagements made in advance.
TOURING CARS

Seven-passenger, high-grade touring cars, $S first hour, $3 each ad-
ditional hour.



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Bigelow-Moseley: Miss Harriet Chamberlain Moseley, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. William* H. Moseley, to Mr. Ray Graham Bigelow;

United Church, New Haven, Conn., Feb. 4, 1909.
Billings-North: Miss Catharine C. North, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

George H. North, to Mr. Luther Guiteau Billings, Jr.; Pel-
ham Manor, N.Y., Sept. 8, 1909.
Bishop-Rogers: Miss Pearl Rogers to Dr. Eliot Bishop; Wilkes-Barre,

Pa., June 1, 1909.
Bishop-Tuthill : Miss Grace Reeve Tuthill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Oliver Howard Tuthill, to Mr. Burton Thomas Bishop; Church

of the Ascension, Rockville Center, L.I., April 14, 1909.
Blackman-Lewis : Miss Marion Etelka Lewis, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.

Edwin A. Lewis, to Dr. Wave Wilbur Blackman; "Overlook,"

Englewood, N.J., Sept. 7, 1909.
Blakelock-Engs : Miss Anna Russell Engs, to Mr. Clarence Luke Blake-

loGk; ^77 A St. James' PL, Oct. 16, 1909.
BootH-Middleton: Miss Louise Middleton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin

D. Middleton, to Lieutenant Lucian D. Booth, U.S.A.; 127

West Ninety-second St., Man., Sept. 95, 1909.
Borie-Bames: Miss Sarah Palmer Barnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Henry Burr Barnes, to Mr. Adolphe Edward Borie; 11 West

Forty-ninth St., Man., May 25, 1909.
Boyce-Sutton : Miss Florence Josephine , Sutton, daughter of Mrs. Ben-

jamin F. Sutton, to Mr. James Albert Boyce; Keene, N.H.,

Oct. 7, 1909.
Bradley-Bradley: Miss Ella M. Bradley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry

J. Bradley, to Mr. Elmer P. Bradley;. 462 East Twenty-ninth

St., Sept. 8, 1909.
Braine-Stead: Miss Frances M. Stead to Mr. Bancroft Gherardi Braine;

St. John, N.B., Aug. 18, 1909.
Brewer-Dorman: Miss Maud Loper Dorman, daughter of Mr. Joseph R.

Dorman, to the Rev. Clifton Hartwell Brewer; Church of the

Holy Trinity, Oct. 19, 1909.
Brown-McLaren: Miss Christine Easton McLaren, dau^ter of Mrs. James

McLaren, to Mr. Samuel T. Brown; 683 Tenth St., Jan. 19,

1909.
Bruyn-Teller: Miss Jane B. Teller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron

Teller, to Mr. Charles DeWitt Bruyn; 903 Fair St., Kingston,

N.Y., Jan. 30, 1909.
Buchner-Powell : Miss Grace Ballamey Powell, dau^ter of Mr. and Mrs.

Omar Powell, to Mr. James Warren Buchner; 67 St. James'

PL, April 14, 1909.
Budd-Cooper: Miss Adele Hunt Cooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis

N. Cooper, to Mr. Ralph Whitbeak Budd; 559 East Seven-
teenth St., June 15, 1909.
Butler-Gigerich : Miss May A. Gigerich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles

Gigerich, to Mr. Joseph Madison Butler; St. Paul's Church,

Flatbush, June 9, 1909.
Cadwalader-Roebling: Miss Emily M. Roebling, daughter of Mr. Charles

G. Roebling, to Mr. Richard McCall Cadwalader; Trinity

Church, Trenton, N.J., Oct. 91, 1909.
Cameron-Marsh: Miss Carlotta Marsh, daughter of Mrs. George Foote

Marsh, to Mr. James Aughiltree Cameron; First Presbyterian

Church, Man., Nov. 93, 1908.

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185 Htncoln ^lace

A School for the Complete Education of Girls

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 Trustees. JULIAN W. ABERNETHY. Ph.D., Principal

The Packer Collegiate Institute

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

A School for the Thorough Teachiag of Young Women

Collegiate, Academic, Preparatory and Primary Departments

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

Catalogue mailed on application



Bedford Academy

640 Nostrand Avenue

Kindergarten to College preparatory day and
evening classes. Music and Dancing. Kindergar-
ten training class. Coachingto backward scholars



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