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Entered Junior. — Adams, Baldwin, Beard, J. H. Chapman, E. W. Clarke, Greenwood, Hedge, Perkins,
Seymour, Showalter, C. S. Walker, Weston.
Graduates, 12. Total, 12

Entered Senior. — C. B. Jennings. (Graduate) Total, i

Left Freshman Year. — Bartlett, J. F. Bishop, Darling, Drake, C. Edwards, Ehrman, Elmer, Foster, Fowler,
Hildeburn, McKenney, Maghee, Manierre, Mastin, E. W. Miller, Reid, Shields, C. E. Smith,
Tinker, Wesson, J. C. Wilson. Total, 21

Left Sophomore Year. — S. D. Allen, Bacon, Bigler, Budington, Davenport, J. K. H. De Forest, Dunbar,
Durfee, Eastburn, T. H. Edwards, Emerson, Harper, Hazard, Hobson, Huntington, W. C. Jennings,
Lee, McKinney, McKinstry, Marks, Marr, J. H. Miller, F. Moore, Nelson, Parke, Plant, Pratt,
Rodman, Spellman, Sterling, H. S. Swan, Swayne, Underwood, Van Schoonhoven, Van Wyck.

Total, 35

Left Junior Year.— Benedict, Bliss, E. L. Clark, Crane, Newlands, Sprague. Total, 6

Left Senior Year. — N. A. Chapman, H. D. Cleveland, Lum. Total, 3

Had been connected with other classes in Yale before entering '67-

'66 — Alison, 5. D. Allen, Beard, Cleveland, Greenwood, Hedge, Huntington, C. B. Jennings, Johnston,
McKinstry, Parke, Seymour, B. Smith.
Graduates, 8; Non-Graduates, 5. Total, 13

Have been graduated with other classes at Yale since leaving '67.

'68 — Bacon, E. L. Clark, J. K. H. De Forest, Eastburn, Fowler, McKinney, E. W. Miller, F. Moore,
Swayne, Tinker. Total, 10

Have been connected with other classes, but not graduated.

'68 — Drake, T. H. Edwards, Emerson, Foster, W. C. Jennings, McKinney, Manierre, Wesson. Total, 8
'69— Z. S. Mastin. Total. 1

401



CAME TO YALE FROM OTHER COLLEGES.



Adams,

Baldwin,

W. H. Bishop,

J. H. Chapman,

E. W. Clarke,

Harper.

C. B. Jennings,

Ferkins,

C. S. Walker,

Weston,

Graduates, lo.



Wesleyan University,

Western Reserve College,

St. John's College,

Wesleyan University,

Oberlin College,

Western University of Pennsylvania.

Williams and Princeton Colleges.

Knox College,

Marietta College,

Wesleyan University,



Delaware, O.
Hudson, N. Y.
Fordham, N. Y.
Middletown, Conn.
Oberlin, O.



Galesburg, 111.

Ohio.

Middletown, Conn.



Total, ID



WENT FROM YALE TO OTHER COLLEGES.



Hazard, Washington L^niversity,

Huntington, Trinity College.

Nelson, Missouri State University,

Reid. University of Michigan,



St. Louis, Mo.
Hartford, Conn.



Total.



'67
'66.

'67.



RECAPITULATION.



Entered, Freshman, Graduates.

" Sophomore, "

" Junior, "

" Senior,



Non-Graduates 59



Total 146

" 6



Left — Freshman 21

" Sophomore 35

" Junior 7

" Senior 2



Members of


'66,


BEFORE ENTERING


'67


Grads. . .


. 8


??on-Grads


Grads. of


'68,


AFTER LEAVING


•67








Non-Grads. of


'6.S,


'•


•67






■'.


" " OF


•6g,


" "


'67






"


Came to Yale


FROM


OTHER Colleges —




Grads. . .


. 10


Non-Grads



Total . . .



Total.



Left Yale for



402



PLACE OF BIRTH.



New York

Connecticut

Pennsylvania

Ohio

Massachusetts

New Hampshire

Vermont

England

Alabama

New Jersey

Dist. Columbia

Maryland

Rhode Island

Iowa

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Michigan

Missouri

Tennessee

Wisconsin

D. VV. Indies

Delaware

Illinois

Indiana

Mississippi



Graduates 25



Non-Graduates



Total .



38
35
14
16
9
4
4
4
4



Total Graduates.



104 Non-Graduates 61 Total.



165



TIME OF BIRTH— GRADUATES.



1837-
1839.
1840.
1841.
1842.
1843-



1844.
1845.
1846.
1847-



Total



26

28



104



1838.
1840.
184J.

1842.
1843-



NON-GRADUATES.

I 1844



1846.

1847.



Total 61



403



Born



IN January —


Graduates,


II




Non-(


jrac


" February




7






"


" March




8






•'


" April




7






"


" May




4






"


June




II






"


" July




7






"


" August




10






"


" September




7






"


" October




8






"


" November




15






"


" December




9






"


Total,




104












MARRIED.




Graduates,


83




Non


Graduates,


39



4
3
5
4
4
5
3
6
7
7
6
7

61



Total,



8
16
10
16
14
15
21
16

i6s



Total, 122



CHILDREN.

Graduates — Boys, 104 Girls, 125 Total, 229

Non " " 25 " 33 " s8

DIED.

Graduates 31

Wives of Graduates 13

Non-Graduates 18

Wives of Non-Graduates 11



Boys, IS



Boys, 8



CHILDREN OF GRADUATES.
Girls, 24

CHILDREN OF NON-GRADUATES.

Girls, 2



Total, 39



Total, ID



OCCUPATIONS.— GRADUATES.



1870.

Law

Theology ,

Business

Teaching

Medicine

Journalism

Metallurgy

Civil Engineers. . .
Mining Engineers.

Architect

Undecided



34
17
19
12
9
4



1873.

Law

Business

Theology

Teaching

Medicine

Journalism

Civil Engineers. . .

Metallurgy

Mining Engineers.
Undecided



Total 104



Total 1 04



404



i887.

Law 34

Business 19

Theology 13

Teachers 14

Medicine 9

Journalism 6

Civil Engineers 3

Mining Engineers 2

Metallurgists 2

Lecturers 2



1897-

Law

Business 2

Theology i







Teachers

Medicine

Journalism

Civil Engineers .
Mining Engineers.

Metallurgists

Lecturers



Total 1 04



Total 104



1873-



NON-GRADUATES.
1887.



Business 35

Law 10

Medicine 6

Theology 5

Teachers 3

Journalism 2

Total 61



Business 37

Law 10

Theology 7

Medicine ; 4

Teaching 2

Journalism 1



Total 61



LATEST ADDRESSES.

GRADUATES.

Georg-e A. Adee, 45 Pine street. New York City, or B.irtow-on-the-Sound, N. Y.

Robert H. Alison, M. D., Ardmore, Pa.

Cornelius L. Allen, Salem, N. Y.

Hon. James M. Allen, 305 Sansome street, San Francisco, Cal.

Frank L. Baldwin, Massillon, Ohio.

Henry B. Beard, Minneapolis, Minn.

Eugene F. Beecher, 1337 Pacific street, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Prof. Wm. Henry Bishop, 68 High street. New Haven, Conn.

Arthur D. Bissell, People's Bank, Buffalo, X. Y.

Ceo. C. Brainerd, 56 Wall street. New York City.

J. Judson Brooks, Pennsylvania R. R. Co., Pittsburg, Pa.

Wm. A. Brother, care of W. A. Peck, Denver, Col.

Rev. Anslem B. Brown, 1 15-16 Potomac Block, Los Angeles, Cal.

Hon. Wallace Bruce, 267 Stuyvesant avenue, Brooklyn, X. V.

Rev. David J. Burrell, D. D., 248 West 75th street, Xew York City.

Charles K. Cannon, 24 Newark street, Hoboken, N. J.

George R. Carrington, 93-99 Nassau street, Xew York City.

Jacob A. Cartwright, 26 and 27 Cole Building, Nashville, Tenn.



405



John H. Chapman, Deadwood, S. Dak.

Henry A. Chittenden, 205 12th street, Oakland, Cal.

Abel S. Clark, Asylum for Deaf and Dumb, Hartford, Conn.

Chas. G. Coe, 5 Beekman street, New York City.

Strong Comstock, Balmforth Avenue School, Danbury, Conn.

Prof. Lester Curtis, M. D., 35 34th place, Chicago, 111.

Hon. \Vm. B. Davenport, 189 Montagu street, Brooklyn, X. Y.

Hon. Robert E. DeForest, 502 State street, Bridgeport, Conn.

Rev. Morton Dexter, 14 Beacon street, Boston, Mass.

Rev. Ira S. Dodd, Riverdale. X. Y.

Rev. Albert E. Dunning, D. D., 14 Beacon street, Boston, Mass.

Prof. Henry T. Eddy, Ph. D., 916 i6th street, Minneapolis, Minn.

Charles S. Elliot, in 5th avenue. New York City.

James G. Flanders, 161 Prospect avenue, Milwaukee, Wis.

Chas. H. Goodman, M. D., 3329 Washington avenue, St. Louis, Mo.

Prof. Wm. H. Goodyear, Curator, Brooklyn Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Wilder B. Harding, Southwick, Mass.

Orlando M. Harper, 69 Worth street. New York City.

John M. Hart, no O'Farrell street, San Francisco, Cal.

Rev. Joseph W. Hartshorn, Woodbridge, Conn.

Frank H. Hathorn, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

Hon. Thomas Hedge, Burlington, la.

Nelson P. Halst, Ph. D., 395 East Water street, Milwaukee, Wis.

Wm. H. Ingham, Girard Trust Company, Philadelphia, Pa.

Chas. B. Jennings, Nathan Hale Grammar School, New London, Conn.

Samuel Keeler, 4 Warren street. New York City.

Luther Hart Kitchel, M. D., Alden, N. Y.

Albert E. Lamb, 824 President street, and 189 Montague street, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Frank Libbey, 631 i6th street N. W. and New York avenue and 6th street, Washington, D. C.

Matthew D. Mann, M. D., 37 Allen street, Buffalo, N. Y.

James F. Merriam, Springfield, Mass.

William H. Morse, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.

A. Eugene Nolen, Fitchburg, Mass.

Wm. A. Peck, 1643 Champa street, Denver, Col.

Prof. Geo. H. Perkins, Ph. D., Burlington, Vt.

P. Brynberg Porter, M. D., 150 West 84th street, New York City.

Hon. Horatio Seymour, Marquette, Mich.

Geo. P. Sheldon, 47 Cedar street. New York City, and Greenwich, Conn.

Prof. Henry C. Sheldon, Boston L'niversity, Boston, Mass.

Frederick I. Small, Little Falls, N. Y.

Prof. Benjamin Smith, Plymouth, Pa.

James M. Spencer, Bayerische Vereins Bank. Munich, Bavaria.

Ernest G. Stedman, 7 Nassau street, New York City.

James A. Swan, Newport, R. I.

J. Hazleton Tallman, care of Geo. W. :Moore & Co., Hartford, Conn.

William Thomsen, 8 East Lombard street, Baltimore, Md.

Edgar A. Turrell, 170 Broadway, New York City.

Rt. Rev. Boyd \'incent, D. D., 99 West 4th street, Cincinnati, O.

Rev. Chas. S. Walker, .\mherst, Mass.

Rev. Albert Warren, Lake Benton, Minn.

406



Homer Weston, Syracuse, N. V.

Hon. Geo. P. Wetmore, Newport, R. I.

Isaac J. Wild, 80 Crown street, New Haven, Conn.

Hon. Francis H. Wilson, 5 IJeekinan street, Xew York City, or Post Office, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Richard W. Woodward, 2 Park Terrace, Hartford, Conn.

NON-GRADUATES.

Dr. W. T. Bacon, 3 Pratt street, Hartford, Conn.

F. D. Benedict, Wilton, Conn.

C. S. Bigler, Harrisburg, Pa.

Dr. W. G. Budington, 222 West 23rd street. New York City.

N. A. Chapman, Englewood, N. J.

E. L. Clark, Adrian, Mich.

H. D. Cleveland, St. Louis, Mo.

J. K. H. De Forest, Sendai, Japan.

Geo. Eastburn, Northwest corner Broad and Fairmount avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.

Charles Edwards, Sliobert, Carqueville Litho. Co., Chicago, 111.

T. H. Edwards, Hagerstown, Md.

JtJ. F. Ehrman, Cincinnati, O.

B. H. Emerson, Philadelphia, Pa.

B. A. Fowler, Needham, Mass.
Nathaniel Hazard, Kirkville, Mo.
/. W. Hobson, San Francisco, Cal.
W. A. McKinney, Binghamton, N. Y.
J. M. McKinstry, Cleveland, O.

C. R. Marks, Sioux City, la. '^^Vf- »>»■
E. W. Miller, Carson City, Mich. ^ ^^CA LJR>tga<
Frank Moore, St. Clair, Mich.
L. C. Nelson. St. Louis, Mo.
Hon. F. G. Newlands, Chevy Chase, Md.
C. A. Park, Mt. Vernon, Ind.
C. C. Spellman, Springfield, Mass.
Rev. F. M. Sprague, Tampa, 1-la.
L. Sterling, Bridgeport, Conn.
H. S. Swan, Middleboro, Mass.

Wm. A. Underwood, 27 William street. New York City.
E. Van Schoonhoven, Lansingburg, X. Y.
J. T Van Wyck, Los Angeles, Cal.

Frederick W^esson, care of Hoadley & Co., 7; William street. New York City.
J. C. Wilson, 1437 Walnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.



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