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Susquehanna University. (Married.) Rector of the First English Lutheran Church of Syracuse. Lecturer and numismatist at Syracuse University. Member of several scientific organizations, including the Victoria Institute of Great Britain.

ZIMMERMAN, LEOPOLD-Banker and Broker, 9 Wall street, New York City; residence Sea Cliff, L. I. Born in Germany, June 5, 1853. Educated in German schools. (Married.) Member of the firm of Zimmermann & Forshay, and of the New York Stock Exchange.

ZITTEL, FREDERICK-Real Estate, 1027 Third avenue, and 266 Columbus avenue, New York City; residence 33 West 75th street. Director Fifth National Bank and Stuyvesant Insurance Co.; trustee Dry Dock Savings Institution. Member Colonial and Twilight Clubs and Presbyterian Union.

ZOEBISCH, CHARLES A.-Importer of Musical Instruments, 19 Murray street, New York City; residence 362 Clinton street, Brooklyn. Born in Markneukirchen, Saxony, May 9, 1824. (Widower.) Senior member of the firm of C. A. Zoebisch & Sons. Director German-American Bank and Germania Fire Insurance Co.; trustee German Savings Bank.

ZOGBAUM, RUFUS FAIRCHILD-Artist and Author, New Rochelle. Born in Charleston, S. C., Aug. 28, 1849. Studied at the Art Students' League in New York City, and under Bonnat in Paris, France. Makes a specialty of military and naval subjects. Author of "Horse, Foot and Dragoon, or Sketches of Army Life," "Ships and Sailors," etc. Member Players' and Army and Navy Clubs and Century Association.

ZOLLIKOFFER, OSCAR F.-Secretary, 4 Irving place, New York City; residence 49 West 54th street, and New Rochelle. Born and educated in New York City. (Married.) Secretary Consolidated Gas Co. of New York; director Germania Bank; trustee German Savings Bank. Member New York Athletic Club, American Gas Light Association and New York Botanical Gardens.

ZIMMERMANN, WILLIAM F.-Mechanical Engineer, 40 Wall street, New York City; residence 176 Prospect street, East Orange, N. J. Born in Snug

Harbor, S. I., 1857. Educated at Trinity School and at Stevens Institute of Technology. (Married Stephanie C. Lake.) Formerly assistant general manager, and later, general eastern agent of the Westinghouse Electric and Mf'g Co. Now vice-president and general manager St. Lawrence Power Co. Member Engineers', Lawyers' and Essex County (N. J.) Country Clubs and American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

ZUCCA, ANTONIO Court Coroner, Criminal Building, and Fruit Merchant, 76 Park place, New York City; residence 288 St. Nicholas avenue. Born in Trieste, Austria, 1851. Educated in Milan, Italy. Emigrated to the United States in 1868, and settled in New York City, where he has since continuously resided. Has been engaged in the fruit business as a member of the firm of Zucca & Co., for many years. Was for a time a school trustee in the First Assembly District. Served on the general and executive commitees of Tammany Hall, and as president of the Fruit Dealers' Association and of the United Italian Societies. Decorated by President Crespo of the Venezuelan Republic with "Cavalier of the Order of Libertador" for services rendered during the boundary controversy between that government and Great Britain in 1895. Was elected coroner for the Borough of Manhattan of the Greater City of New York in 1897. President of the Italian Chamber of Commerce and a trustee of the Fruit Exchange. Secretary and director Cosmopolitan Range Co.

ZUCKER, ALFRED-Architect, 33 Union square, West, New York City. Born in Freiburg, Silesia, Germany, Jan. 23, 1852. Educated at Polytechnic Schools of Brieg, Hanover, and Berlin. (Married.)

ZUCKER, PETER-Lawyer, 302 Broadway, New York City; residence 4 West 72d street. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 18, 1856. Educated in Cleveland public schools. (Married.) President of the Cleveland Board of Education, 1886-8. Counsel to Mosler Safe Co., M. Guggenheim's Sons, Russian-American Export and Import Co., Omega Chemical Co., Millinery Merchants' Protective Association and others. Member of the Republican Committee of the City of New York. Member Republican, Lotos and Dry Goods Clubs and Ohio Society.

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