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vue Hospital; adjunct professor of gynecology, New York Polyclinic. Formerly surgeon to City Hospital. Member Manhattan, Racquet and Tennis, University, Garden City Golf and Reform Clubs, and Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson,
WYLIE, WALKER GILL-Physician, 215 West 43d street, New York City; residence 28 West 40th street. Born in Chester, S. C., Sept. 2, 1848. Educated at University of South Carolina and Bellevue and Woman's Hospitals in New York City. Degree of M.D. (Married.) Ex-vice-president British Gynecological Society. Visiting gynecologist to Bellevue Hospital; professor of gynecology, New York Polyclinic. Member Reform, Riding and Democratic Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson, American Gynecological and Southern Societies and Academy of Medicine.
WYMAN, EUGENE-Banker, Port Henry. in Port Henry, Jan. 14, 1851. (Married.) Ex-treasurer Essex County. Cashier and director Citizens' National Bank of Port Henry.
WYNKOOP, GERARDUS H.-Physician, 128 Madison avenue, New York City. Educated at Yale ('64). Member University, Union and Yale Clubs, American Geographical and Holland Societies and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WYSONG, JOHN J.-Trustee, 44 Pine street, New York City; residence 30 East 34th street. Member Metropolitan, Union, Tuxedo, Riding, Suburban Riding and Driving and Turf and Field Clubs, Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Museum of Natural
Washington, and 34 Madison street, New York City; residence 23 Roosevelt street. Senior member of the firm of Xenelis & Co.
XIQUES, MIGUEL A.-Physician, 121 West 96th street, New York City, and Puerto Principe, Cuba. (Married on June 18, 1900, Aurita del Macias, daughter of Gen. de la Torre, Cuban patriot killed in the Revolution of 1878.) Practices his profession in Puerto Principe, Cuba.
YALE, ELMER B.-Secretary, 32 Nassau street,
New York City; residence 150 Arlington avenue, Jer-
sey City, N. J.. Secretary and director Bancroft
Realty Co.; director Automatic Bicycle Safety Rack
YALE, LEROY MILTON-Physician, 432 Madison
avenue, New York City. Born in Vineyard Haven,
Mass., Feb. 12, 1841. Educated at Columbia ('62) and
at Bellevue Hospital Medical College (M.D., '66).
(Married Julia M. Stetson of New Bedford, Mass.)
Surgeon of the Charity Hospital, 1871-7; to Bellevue
Hospital, 1877-82, and to the Presbyterian Hospital,
1880-5. Member Barnard Club and Columbia Alumni
and Century Associations.
YALE, WILLIAM HENRY-Dry Goods Merchant,
345 Broadway, New York City; residence Bonnie
Bluff, Spuyten Duyvil. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y.
Educated at Yale. (Married.) Trustee Birkbeck In-
vestment Savings and Loan Co. Member Union
League, Merchants', Yale and Reform Clubs, Sons of
the American Revolution and Chamber of Commerce.
YARD, JOHN-Lawyer, 66 Broadway, New York
City; residence 241 West 52d street. Educated at Yale
('75). Member University, Republican, and Yale
Clubs and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
YARD, WILSON RANDOLPH-Lawyer, 15 Wall
street, New York City; residence 240 West 129th street.
Born in Fairview, N. J., Jan. 8, 1867. (Son of Wesley
Sterling and Emma Cooper [Wood] Yard.) Educated
in private schools, Grammar School No. 64 and at the
College of the City of New York ('87). (Married Sara
Elizabeth Gladys, daughter of Owen Jones.) Member
of the firm of Wellman & Gooch. Author of "Country
Around New York," "Rand, McNally & Co.'s Cyclists'
Guide to Westchester County," "Servoss' Northeastern
New Jersey" and others. Member New York Athletic
Club, Sagamore Lodge No. 371, F. & A. M., Colfax
Council No. 1220, Royal Arcanum, and 2d Division, 1st
Naval Battalion, N. G. N. Y.
YARDLEY, FARNHAM-Insurance, 58 William
street, New York City; residence East Orange, N. J.
Born in Yonkers, N. Y., 1868. Educated at Phillips
Andover Academy. (Single.) Manager fire insur-
ance department of Charles E. and W. J. Peck. Ex-
secretary of the Association of the Naval Militia of
the United States. Member Underwriters' (governor)
and Reform Clubs, Essex County Country Club of
Orange, and Founders and Patriots of America.
YATES, ARTHUR GOULD-Railroad President,
36 Wall street, New York City, and Wholesale Coal
Merchant, Savings Bank Building, Rochester; resi-
dence Rochester. Born in East Waverly, N. Y., Dec.
18, 1843. Educated in common schools. Established in
coal business in 1867, and was for many years at the
head of the Bell, Lewis & Yates Coal Mining Co.
President and director Buffalo, Rochester and Pitts-
burg Ry. Co.; director Jefferson and Clearfield Coal
and Iron Co. Member Transportation Club of New
York City and Genesee Valley Club of Rochester.
YATES, BENJAMIN-Lawyer, 31 Nassau street,
New York City; residence 356 West 145th street. Born
in New York City. Educated at St. Francis Xavier
College. (Single.) Member of the firm of Durnin &
Yates. Member New York Press and Heights Clubs
and Xavier Alumni Society.
YATES, WILLIAM J.- Banker and Broker, 18
Wall street, New York City; residence 472 West 34th
street. Born in New York City, March 29, 1862. Edu-
cated in public schools and at the College of the City
of New York. (Single.) Member of the New York
Stock Exchange firm of Lindsley, Yates & Co. Mem-
ber 7th Regiment, N. G. N. Y., and Young Men's
YEAMAN, GEORGE H.-Lawyer, 44 Wall street,
New York City; residence Madison, N. J. Born in
Hardin County, Ky., Nov. 1, 1829. Educated in com-
mon schools. Studied law and was admitted to the
Kentucky Bar in 1852. (Widower.) Judge of Daviess
County, Ky., 1854; member of the Kentucky Legisla-
ture, 1861; member of Congress, 1862-5; United States
Minister to Denmark, 1865-70. Practicing law in New
York City since 1871. Member Reform Club and Asso-
ciation of the Bar of the City of New York.
YEREANCE, JAMES-Insurance, 120 Broadway,
New York City; residence 67 West 55th street. Born
in New York City, Jan. 17, 1844. Educated in public
schools and at Normal College. (Married.) Formerly
secretary and president of fire insurance companies
and manager of Foreign Fire Insurance Co. Now
manager Metropolitan District, Equitable Life Assur-
ance Society of the United States; secretary and treas-
urer Trustees of Presbytery. Member Plaza Repub-
lican and Lawyers' Clubs and Presbyterian Union.
YERKES, CHARLES TYSON-Capitalist, Chica-
go, Ill.; residence 864 Fifth avenue, New York City.
Born in Philadelphia, Pa., June 25, 1837. Educated at
Quaker School and at Central High School. Was a
clerk in grain commission trade until 1858; exchange
broker, 1858-61; banker, 1861-86. Has been prominent
in street railway operations in Philadelphia since 1860,
and, since 1886, in Chicago, where he is at the head of
several suburban and elevated railway corporations.
Is also engaged in the construction and development
of the underground electric railway system in London,
England. Gave to the University of Chicago a tele-
scope regarded as the largest and finest in the world,
located in the Yerkes Observatory at Geneva, Ill.
YETMAN, HUBBARD R. Superintendent, Sta-
pleton, S. I. Born in Monmouth County, N. J., 1847.
Educated at Freehold High School. Enlisted in the
14th Regiment, New York Volunteers, as a drummer
boy, at the outbreak of the Civil War. Served
throughout the war, and was in a number of severe
engagements. Taught school in Tottenville, S. I., for
fifteen years, and was for several years a justice of
the peace in that section. Assemblyman, 1889-93. Now
superintendent of schools for the Borough of Rich-
mond of the City of New York.
YEWELL, GEORGE HENRY-Artist, 51 West
Tenth street, New York City. Born in Havre de
Grace, Harford Co., Md., Jan. 20, 1830. Educated in
public schools. Studied art at the National Academy
of Design in New York City and in Paris, France.
(Single.) Established a studio in New York City in
1878. Member Century Association, National Acad-
emy of Design and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
YONGE, HENRY-Lawyer, 56 Wall street, New
York City, and 166 Montague street, Brooklyn; resi-
dence Hotel Margaret, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn,
June 8, 1869. Educated in public schools. (Single.)
Member of the firm of Yonge & Shearn. Formerly as-
sistant corporation counsel, and counsel for Nassau
Electric R. R. Co. Member Reform Club, Crescent
Athletic, Hamilton, and Riding and Driving Clubs of
Brooklyn, and Medico-Legal Association of New York.
YORK, BERNARD J.-Commissioner, 300 Mul-
berry street, New York City; residence 56 St. Mark's
avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, 1845. Educated
at St. James' Parochial School. Studied law in the
office of County Judge James Troy. Was for over
twenty-five years clerk of the Court of Special Ses-
sions of Kings County. Unsuccessful candidate for
County Judge, 1895. Served for a time as special
commissioner of jurors and one term as chairman of
the executive committee of the Kings County Demo-
cratic General Committee. President of the Board of
Police Commissioners of the City of New York since
H.-Commissioner, 21 Park
row, New York City; residence 409 Bergen street,
Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, July 12, 1839. Educated
in public schools. Studied law and was admitted to
the Bar in 1869. Practiced law in Brooklyn with his
brother under the firm name of York & York, until
his appointment as deputy commissioner of bridges
for the City of New York, which position he still holds.
YOUMANS, AMOS-Postmaster and Banker, 103
Oneida street, Fulton; residence 424 Buffalo street.
Born in Coxsackie, N. Y., April 15, 1845. Educated in
public schools, and at Falley Seminary, Fulton. (Mar-
ried.) Has been village treasurer, village trustee, sec-
retary of Board of Education and of Oswego Falls
Agricultural Society; commander of Schenck Post,
G. A. R., and has served as aide-de-camp on staff of
Department Commander and Commander-in-Chief of
the G. A. R. Now cashier First National Bank and
treasurer Board of Education. Member Nicotine,
Pathfinder Boat, and Citizens' Clubs and Schenck
Post, G. A. R.
YOUMANS, EPHRAIM M.-Hatter, 156 and 1107
Broadway, New York City; residence 202 Boulevard.
Educated at Yale. Member Delta Kappa Epsilon, New
York Athletic and Yale Clubs, and Blooming Grove
Park and Aldine Associations.
YOUMANS, WILLIAM JAY-Editor, 72 Fifth ave-
nue, New York City; residence Mount Vernon. Born
in Saratoga, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1838. Educated at a dis-
trict school. Studied chemistry with his brother, Ed-
ward Livingston Youmans. at Columbia College and
at Yale Scientific School. Graduated in medicine from
New York University (M.D., '65). (Married Celia
Greene of Galway, N. Y., 1866.) Established the "Pop-
ular Science Monthly" in 1872 and has been its sole
editor since the death of his brother, with whom he
was associated in its management.
YOUNG, ALDEN M.-100 Broadway, New York
City; residence Branford, Conn. Born Sept. 6, 1853.
Educated in public schools and at an academy. (Mar-
ried.) Director Connecticut Lighting and Power Co.,
Edison Electric Illuminating Co., Electrical Review
Publishing Co. and National Carbon Co. Member
Union League and Lotos Clubs.
YOUNG, ALFRED-Roman Catholic Clergyman,
415 West 59th street, New York City. Born in Bristol,
England, Jan. 21, 1831. Educated at Princeton and in
the Medical Department of the University of New
York. Became a convert to the Roman Catholic faith
in 1850; took ecclesiastical studies in Paris and was or-
dained priest on Aug. 24, 1856. Vice-president of Seton
Hall College, 1856-7; rector of Roman Catholic
churches at Princeton and Trenton, N. J., 1857-61; en-
tered the community of Paulists in New York City in
1861. Author of "Catholic Hymns and Canticles,"
"The Office of Vespers," "Catholic and Protestant
Countries Compared," "The Catholic Hymnal" and
YOUNG, A. MURRAY-Banker, 15 Wall street,
New York City; residence 11 West 19th street. Born in
New York City. Educated at Trinity College. Mem-
ber Union and Lawyers' Clubs, Musical Arts Society,
Sons of the Revolution and Trinity College Alumni
YOUNG, CHARLES T.-Banker, 350 Fulton street,
Brooklyn; residence Bath Beach. President and di-
rector National City Bank; president and trustee
Brooklyn Athenaeum; director Journeay & Burnham;
trustee South Brooklyn Savings Institution. Member
Marine and Field Club.
YOUNG, CLARENCE HOFFMAN-Educator, 116th
street and Morningside Heights, New York City; resi-
dence 312 West 88th street. Born in New York City.
Educated in private schools and at Columbia Univer-
'sity ('88). (Married.) Instructor in Greek at Colum-
bia University. Business manager "American Journal
of Archaeology" and secretary Archaeological Insti-
tute of America. Member University Club and Co-
lumbia University Alumni, Phi Beta Kappa Alumni
and American Philological Associations.
YOUNG, DANIEL K.-Coffee Importer, 100 Front
street, New York City; residence 118 West 81st street.
Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1851. Educated at the
College of the City of New York. (Married Mary Mc-
Innis.) Member of the firm of Baker & Young. For-
merly lecturer in "Free Lectures to the People,” un-
der the auspices of the New York City Board of Edu-
cation. Member Camera and Good Government Clubs,
Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity and Citizens' Union.
YOUNG, EDWARD F. C.-Capitalist, 31 Broad-
way and 68 Reade street, New York City; residence
85 Glenwood avenue, Jersey City, N. J. President and
director American Graphite Co., Cleveland Seed Co.,
Colonial Life Insurance Co. of America, Consolidated
Traction Co., First National Bank of Jersey City, Jer-
sey City and Bergen R. R. Co., Joseph Dixon Crucible
Co., Newark Passenger Ry. Co., Newark Plank Road
Co., New Jersey Traction Co. and North Jersey Land
Co.; vice-president and director Acker Process Co.;
director American Pegamoid Co., International Steam
Pump Co., Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co.,
Liberty National Bank, National Exhibition Co., New
Jersey Title Guarantee and Trust Co., People's Light
and Power Co., Port Richmond and Bergen Point Fer-
ry Co. and Standard Distilling and Distributing Co.;
trustee Bowling Green Trust Co. Member Manhattan,
Lawyers' and Democratic Clubs.
YOUNG, EDWARD LEE-Architect, 127 East 23d
street, New York City; residence 222 West 23d street.
Member Architectural League and New England So-
YOUNG, FRANK L.-Lawyer, 1 South Highland
avenue, Sing Sing; residence 32 Linden avenue. Born
in Port Byron, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1860. Educated at Ha-
verford College and at Cornell. (Single.) Member of
the firm of Griffin & Young, with offices at White
Plains and Sing Sing. Member Cornell University
Club and Society of Medical Jurisprudence of New
YOUNG, FREDERICK S.-11 West 19th street,
New York City. Born in New York City. Educated
at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Member Union
Club and Sons of the Revolution.
YOUNG, GEORGE W.-Hangings and Upholstery
Goods, 37 West 14th street, New York City; residence
New Jersey. Educated at Yale ('66). Member Uni-
versity Club and Yale Alumni Association.
YOUNG, GEORGE WASHINGTON—Banker, 59
Cedar street, New York City; residence 28 West 73d
street. Born in Jersey City, N. J., July 1, 1864. Edu-
cated in Jersey City public schools and at Cooper
Union (scientific course) in New York City. (Married.)
President and director United States Mortgage
and Trust Co.; director Audit Co. of New York,
City and Suburban Homes Co., Brooklyn, New York
and Jersey Terminal Ry. Co., Brooklyn Wharf and
Warehouse Co., New York and Long Beach Ry. Co.,
New York and Rockaway Beach Ry. Co., Northern
Railroad of New Jersey, Lawyers' Surety Co. and Na-
tional Salt Co. Member Colonial, Lawyers', Racquet
and Tennis, Manhattan, Rockaway Hunt, Players',
Knollwood Country, Lakewood (N. J.) Country, Deal
Golf, Westchester Golf and Seabright (N. J.) Golf
Clubs, Maryland Club of Baltimore, Metropolitan Club
of Washington, D. C., Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-
Hudson, Down Town Association and Metropolitan
Museum of Art.
YOUNG, HORACE G.-Albany. Educated at Rens-
selaer Polytechnic Institute ('77). President and di-
rector New York and Canada R. R. and Rutland and
Whitehall R. R.; vice-president and director Adiron-
dack, Lake George and Saratoga Telegraph Co.,
Champlain Transportation Co. and Rutland R. R. Co.;
second vice-president and director Delaware and Hud-
son Canal Co. and Schenectady and Duanesburg R. R.
Co.; director Albany and Susquehanna R. R. Co., Troy
Union R. R. Co. and Ulster and Delaware R. R. Co.
Member University and Engineers' Clubs of New York
City, and Fort Orange Club of Albany.
YOUNG. JAMES-Actor, "Telegram" Office, Bal-
timore, Md.; residence 16 Gramercy Park, New York
City. Born in Baltimore, Md. Educated at Baltimore
City College. (Single.) Made first professional ap-
pearance when seventeen years of age as "Richard
III." at the Lyceum Theatre in Baltimore. Created
important role in "Thermidor," with Miss Elsie de
Wolfe, under the management of Charles Frohman.
Joined Augustine Daly for the part of "Christian" in
"Cyrano de Bergerac." Member Players' Club, Ariel
Boat Club of Baltimore, and Nobles of the Mystic
YOUNG, JAMES C.-Capitalist, 32 Liberty street,
New York City. President and director Continental
Investment Co. and Registrar and Transfer Co.; vice-
president and director Real Estate Trusts of New
Jersey; director American Chicle Co. and American
School Furniture Co.
YOUNG, JAMES HYDE-Capitalist, 31 Nassau
street, New York City; residence Brooklyn. Treasurer
and director Babylon R. R. Co., Dodge Motor Co. and
Kinetic Mfg Co.; secretary and director Manhattan
Silver Plate Co.
YOUNG, JOHN ALVIN-Secretary, 39 William
street, New York City; residence 33 West 12th street.
Born in Jersey City, N. J.. August 18, 1868. Educated
in Jersey City public schools and at Cooper Union in
New York City. (Married.) President and director
United States Flax Fibre Co.; vice-president and di-
rector Bank of Jamaica and South American Explora-
tion Co.; secretary, treasurer and director National
Salt Co.; treasurer and director Excelsior Steamboat
Co.; secretary and director New York Architectural
Terra Cotta Co.; director Kanona and Prattsburg R.
R. Co. Member Calumet, Reform,
Golf, Lawyers', Jamaica and Jersey City (N. J.) Clubs.
YOUNG, S. MARSH-Contractor, 11 Broadway,
New York City; residence 174 West 58th street. Born
in New York City, June 9, 1867.
president and director Manhattan General Construc-
tion Co. Member New York Athletic Club.
YOUNG, THOMAS Manufacturer and Importer,
37 Murray street, New York City; residence East Or-
ange, N. J. President and director New York China
Glass and Toy Co.; director Venetian Iron Co. Mem-
ber Hardware Club.
YOUNG, THOMAS S., JR.-Broker, 100 Broadway,
New York City; residence 5 West 20th street. Edu-
cated at Princeton ('71). Member of the New York
Stock Exchange. Director Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States. Member University,
Princeton, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht and Oyster
Bay Yacht Clubs and Sons of the Revolution.
YOUNG, WILLIAM HOPKINS-Lawyer, 31 Nas-
sau street, New York City; residence 501 Fifth avenue,
and Poughkeepsie. Born in Poughkeepsie. Educated
at Yale and at Columbia. Member St. Anthony, St.
Nicholas, Lawyers', Union League and New York
Athletic Clubs, New York Historical Society, Sons of
the Revolution, Society of Colonial Wars and Colonial
YOUNG, WILLIAM S.-Lawyer, 32 Liberty street,
New York City; residence South Orange, N. J. Born
in Lockport, N. Y., Sept. 20, 1865. Educated at Cornell
and at New York University Law School. (Married.)
Formerly New York manager Deane Steam Pump Co.,
Snow Steam Pump Works and Laidlaw-Dunn-Gordon
Co. Director in several corporations. Member Cor-
nell University, West Side Republican and Colonial
Clubs, Phi Delta Phi and Theta Nu Epsilon Fraterni-
ties and American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
ZABRISKIE, ANDREW C.-President, 52 Beaver street, New York City: residence 2 West 56th street. Born in New York City, May 30, 1853. Educated at Columbia. (Married Frances Hunter.) Formerly captain in the 71st Regiment. N. G. N. Y. President American Numismatic and Archaeological Society and Bergen Turnpike Co.; manager St. Luke's Hospital. Member Metropolitan, City, Church and Army and Navy Clubs, American Geographical and Holland Societies, Society of the War of 1812, National Academy of Design, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History and 7th Regiment Veteran Association.
ZABRISKIE, CORNELIUS-Banker, 243 Washingtcn street, Jersey City, N. J.; residence 846 Carroll street, Brooklyn. Born in Cherry Hill, Bergen Co., N. J., Feb. 24, 1839. Educated in Jersey City. (Married.) Director Hudson County Gas Co., Hudson County National Bank of Jersey City, and First National Bank of Hoboken. Member Union League Club, Chamber of Commerce and Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York City, Hamilton, and Riding and Driving Clubs of Brooklyn, and Washington Association of New Jersey.
ZABRISKIE, GEORGE-Lawyer, 15 Broad street, New York City; residence 45 West 48th street. Educated at New York University ('70). Member of the firm of Zabriskie, Burrill & Murray. Member City, Church and University Clubs, Holland Society, Century and Down Town Associations, Association of the Bar of the City of New York and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
ZABRISKIE, N. LANSING-Lawyer, Aurora. Born in Flatbush, N. Y., 1838. Educated at Union College. (Married.) President First National Bank of Aurora, and board of trustees of Wells College, Aurora; director Park Co.; trustee Auburn City Hospital. Ex-director Dry Dock, East Broadway and Battery R. R. Co. of New York City. Member Transportation Club of New York City, and Delta Phi Society. ZABRISKIE, SIMEON TEMPLETON - Lumber Merchant, Passaic, N. J.; residence 222 West 23d street, New York City. Born in Hackensack, N. J., Feb. 13. 1847. Educated at Hackensack Institute. (Married.) President Anderson Lumber Co. of Passaic. Member Holland Society of New York City, and Washington Society of New Jersey.
ZAISS, WILLIAM-Manager, 771 Broadway, New York City; residence 153 St. Marks avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Philadelphia, Pa. (Single.) Member Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn.
ZALINSKI, EDMUND L.-Inventor and Captain, United States Army (retired). 97 Liberty street, New York City; residence 7 West 43d street. Born in Prussian Poland, Dec. 13, 1848. Educated in New York City and in United States Army. (Single.) Inventor of the Zalinski Dynamite Gun. Member Union League, Lotos and Engineers' Clubs, Union League Club of Brooklyn, Army and Navy Club of Washington, Century Association, Lafayette Post, G. A. R., American Institute of Electrical Engineers, American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow), and Military Order of the Loyal Legion.
ZARING, CHARLES W.-Lawyer, 20 Broad street, New York City; residence 57 West 39th street. Born in Orleans, Ind., Oct. 28, 1864. Educated at De Pauw University. (Single.) Assistant district attorney of New York County, 1897; Deputy Attorney-General of New York State, 1899. Member Republican Club, American Geographical Society, Society of Medical Jurisprudence and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
ZELLER, LORENZ - Lawyer, 99 Nassau street, New York City; residence 326 East 124th street. Mem
ber of the firm of Zeller & Miehling. Director John F. Trommer Evergreen Brewery and Harlem River Park Amusement Co.
ZELLHOEFER, CHARLES-Physician, 175 South Fourth street, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, January, 1851. Educated at New York University. (Married.) Consulting physician Eastern District Hospital; visiting physician New German Hospital. Member Hanover Club, Kings County Medical Society and New York Physicians' Mutual Aid Association.
ZEMAN, JOSEPH-Importer and Manufacturer of Infants' Wear, 594 Broadway, and 126 Crosby street, New York City; residence 125 Hancock street, Brooklyn. (Married Hattie Benedict of Newark, N. J.) Member of the firm of Zeman Bros. Served with Troop "C," N. G. N. Y., in the Puerto Rican campaign during Spanish-American War. Member Riding and Driving Club of Brooklyn,
ZENTGRAF, CHARLES F. - Manufacturer of Paints and Colors, 73 Duane street, New York City; residence Boyd Hill, Stapleton, S. I. Sole agent for the United States of the United Ultramarine Factories, Nuremberg, Germany. Vice-president and director Staten Island Savings Bank; treasurer and director International Ultramarine Works; director American Enameled Brick and Tile Co., American Lucol Co. and Staten Island Ry. Co. Member Richmond County Country and Merchants' Clubs and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
ZEREGA, LOUIS A. DI.-Physician and Surgeon, 58 West 56th street, New York City. Born in New York City, June 9, 1864. Educated at the College of the City of New York (A.B., '86), at the College of Physicians and Surgeons (M.D., '89) and in Göttingen, Heidelberg, Vienna and Paris. (Single.) House surgeon Bellevue Hospital, second sugical division, until July 1, 1891; interne of Sloane Maternity Hospital, 1891. Now assistant surgeon Out-Patient Department Roosevelt Hospital, Secretary Society of Alumni of Bellevue Hospital. Member St. Nicholas and Badminton Clubs, Sloane Maternity Hospital Alumni Society and Linnæan Society of New York.
ZIEGELE, ALBERT-Brewer, Buffalo; residence 108 Oxford avenue. Born in Stuttgart, Wurtemburg, April 9, 1818. Educated in Stuttgart. (Married.) Director Commercial Insurance Co.; trustee Empire State Savings Bank. Member Buffalo Historical, Liedertafel and Orpheus Singing Societies, Deutscher Verein, German Young Men's Association, Buffalo Art Gallery and Masonic bodies.
ZIEGLER, WILLIAM H. - Wholesale Coal Merchant, 1 Broadway, New York City; residence 34 Eighth avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, Feb. 19, 1857. Educated in Brooklyn. (Married.) Member of the firm of Barber & Ziegler. Director Hamilton Bank of Brooklyn, and Century Trust Co. of New York; also interested in People's Trust Co. and Hamilton Trust Co., both of Brooklyn. Member Hamilton and Montauk Clubs of Brooklyn, and Parkside Angling Association of Pennsylvania.
ZIEGLER, WILLIAM - Real Estate, 60 Liberty street, New York City; residence 624 Fifth avenue. Member New York Yacht, Larchmont Yacht, Atlantic Yacht and Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht Clubs, Brooklyn and Union League Clubs of Brooklyn, Union League Club of Chicago, Ill., Down Town Association and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
ZIMMERMAN, JEREMIAH-Lutheran Clergyman, 109 South avenue, Syracuse. Born in Snydersburg, Carroll Co., Md., April 26, 1848. Educated at Pennsylvania College (73). Received degree of D.D. from Wittenberg College, Pennsylvania College and