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HOYT, EDWARD VINCENT-Insurance, 50 Wall street, New York City; residence 90 Joralemon street, Brooklyn. Born in St. Albans, Vt. Educated at Burlington (Vt.) High School and St. Mary's College, Montreal. (Married.) Special agent of the Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool, England. Member New York Press Club, Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn, Albany Camera Club, Order of Founders and Patriots of America, Sons of the American Revolution, New Eng. land Society of Brooklyn, and Brooklyn Society of Vermonters.
HOYT, FRANCIS D.-Lawyer, 111 Broadway, New York City; residence 525 West 141st street. Born in St. Albans, Vt., Nov. 29, 1843. Educated at University of Vermont ('64), and Columbia Law School. (Married.) Member Catholic Club.
HOWTH, JAMES DE LYON-Publisher, 21 Park row, New York City; residence 60 St. Nicholas avenue. Born in Howth, Texas, May 19, 1869. (Son of Judge William E. and Leonora [De Lyon! Howth.) Educated at Hempstead (Texas) High School and Commercial College of Kentucky University. (Single.) President and director Biographical Directory Co., publishers of the "Biographical Directory of the State of New York"; director Plastic Material Metal Covering Co.
HOWTH, WILLIAM E.-Retired, 60 St. Nicholas avenue, New York City, Born in Howth, Texas, Jan. 23, 1846. (Son of William E. and Mary (Buck] Howth of Geneva, N. Y.) Educated at Soule University, Chapel Hill, Texas. (Married Leonora, daughter of Col. James Wayne De Lyon of Savannah, Ga.) Formerly Judge of Waller County, Texas. Director Plastic Material Metal Covering Co.
HOXIE, GEORGE L.-Instructor Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 145 Cascadilla place. Degrees of M.E. and M.M.E. Instructor in electrical engineering, Cornell University.
HOY, DAVID FLETCHER — Registrar, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 139 Cascadilla place. Born in Bovina Centre, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1863, Educated at Cornell (B.S., '91 and M.S., '93). (Married.) Registrar of Cornell University. Member Kappa Sigma and Sigma Xi Societies.
HOYER, CHARLES E.-Journalist, New Brighton; residence 1 Catlin avenue, Stapleton. Born on shipboard, 1864. Educated at Military Academy, Philadelphia, Pa. (Married.) President and director Standard News Association; assistant chief clerk, Department of Health, Member New York Press, Democratic and Staten Island Yacht Clubs, Stapleton Council R.A., Tompkins Lodge, No. 471, F. & A. M.,and Staten Island Masonic Mutual Benefit Association.
HOYT, GEORGE S.-Wholesale Leather Merchant, 72 Gold street, New York City; residence Stamford, Conn. Member Manhattan, Union League, Riding. Country, Suburban Riding and Driving, Larchmont Yacht, Carteret Gun and New York Yacht Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson and Holland Lodge.
HOYT, GERALD L-Banker, 24 Exchange place, New York City; residence 9 West 37th street. Member of the firm of Maitland, Coppell & Co., and of the New York Stock Exchange. Director New York, Ontario and Western Ry. Co., Omaha Water Co., Rail. way Equipment Co. of Minnesota, Wharton Valley Ry. Co. and Wisconsin Central Ry, Co. Member Racquet and Tennis, Knickerbocker, New York Yacht and Yale Clubs and Century Association.
HOYT, GOOLD - Lawyer, 24 Pine street, New York City; residence 45 West 17th street. Member Knickerbocker, Union, Racquet and Tennis, Tuxedo and Country Clubs.
HOYT, HAZEN L.-9 West 32d street, New York City. Member Lambs', Larchmont Yacht, Douglaston Yacht and Ocean County Hunt and Country Clubs, Megaquadovic Fish and Game Corporation and Blooming Grove Park Association.
HOYT, HENRY A.-Insurance, 31 Liberty street, New York City; residence 71 West 124th street, and Red Bank, N. J. Born in New York City, May 6, 1840. Educated at the College of the City of New York. (Married.) Was for many years assistant secretary of late Gebhard Fire Insurance Co.; also for fifteen years cashier of American branch of Transatlantic Insurance Co. of Hamburg, Germany. Member Order of Founders and Patriots of America, and Mutual Council, No. 387, American Legion of Honor.
HOYT, ALFRED M. Banker, 1 Broadway, New York City; residence 934 Fifth avenue. Born in New York City, Dec, 22, 1828. Educated in New York City. (Married.) Vice-president and director Bowling Green Safe Deposit Co.; director Continental Trust Co., Fidelity and Casualty Co. and Merchants' Exchange Bank; trustee Bank for Savings and Consolidated Ice Co. Member Metropolitan, Union League and Grolier Clubs, Century Association, National Academy of Design, American Geographical Society, Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Museum of Natural History.
HOYT, CHARLES ALBERT – Wholesale Rubber Goods, 9 Mercer street, New York City; residence 15 Pierrepont street, Brooklyn. Born in Burlington, Vt., July 27, 1839. Educated at University of Vermont and Georgetown (D.C.) College. (Married Julia Sherman of Hanover, N. H.) Treasurer and director Goodyear Hard Rubber Co. and India Rubber Comb Co.; director German-American Insurance Co. and American Hard Rubber Co.; trustee Brooklyn Savings Bank. Member New York Press, Union League and Mer. chants' Clubs, New England and Mayflower Societies, American Museum of Natural History, Society of the Cincinnati, Sons of the American Revolution, Order of Founders and Patriots of America and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
HOYT, CHARLES HALE-Playwright and Theatrical Manager, 6 West 24th street, New York City. Born in Concord, N. H., July 26, 1860. Educated at Boston Latin School. Member of the firm of Hoyt & McKee, lessees of the Madison Square and Garrick Theatres. Served two terms as a member of the New Hampshire Legislature. Author of "A Tin Soldier," "A Midnight Bell," "A Brass Monkey," "A Texas Steer," "A Parlor Match," "A Milk White Flag," "A Trip to Chinatown" and many other plays. Member Manhattan, Lotos, Reform, Lambs' and Players' Clubs.
HOYT, EDWARD C.-Wholesale Leather Merchant, 72 Gold and 26 Ferry streets, New York City; residence 12 East 67th street, and Stamford, Conn. Director United States Leather Co. and National Park Bank. Member New York Yacht, Racquet and Tennis, Manhattan, Metropolitan, Accomack Hunting and Fishing, Carteret Gun and Suburban Riding and Driving Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson, and Holland Lodge, F. & A. M.
HOYT, JOHN SHERMAN–Treasurer, 47 Cedar street, New York City; residence Rowayton, Conn. Educated at Columbia University School of Mines ('90). (Married.) Vice-president and director Nevada Central R. R. Co., and Nevada Co.; treasurer and director Dudley Co., and Woodbridge Co. Member Racquet and Tennis, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht and University Clubs.
HOYT, PERCY S.-Cheyenne, Wyo.; residence 45 West 17th street, New York City. Born in New York City. (Single.) Member New York Yacht and Union Clubs.
HOYT, WILLIAM BALLARD-Lawyer, 1004 D, S. Morgan Building, Buffalo; residence 841 Delaware avenue. Educated at Cornell (Ph.B.). (Married.) Member of the firm of Lockwood, Hoyt & Greene. Trustee Cornell University; director Third National Bank. Member Buffalo and University Clubs.
HOYT, WINFIELD S.-45 West 17th street, New York City. Member Union, South Side Sportsmen's, Metropolitan, Suburban Riding and Driving and Country Clubs.
HUBBARD, ELBERT-Author and Journalist, East Aurora. Born in Bloomington, Ill., 1850. Educated in common schools. (Married Bertha C. Craw. ford, 1883.) Editor of “The Philistine." Author of "No Enemy But Himsell," "The Legacy." "One Day." "A Tale of the Prairies" and others.
of Charity. Now clinical professor of ophthalmology and otology at University of Buffalo: surgeon to Charity Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital; ophthalmic surgeon to Erie County and Riverside Hospitals, and associate editor of the Buffalo "Medical Journal." Member Liberal Club, Sons of the Revolution, American Medical and New York State Medical Associations, American Ophthalmological Society, Buffalo Academy of Medicine and Medical Union.
HUBBELL, CHARLES BULKLEY-Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence Manhattan Hotel. Born in Williamstown, Mass., July 20, 1853. (Son of Dr. Charles Lyman Hubbell.) Educated at Williams College; studied law in New York City, and was admitted to the Bar. (Married Emily Allen Chandler, 1879.) President of the New York City Board of Education until 1899. Member University Club, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Sons of the Revolution, Society of Colonial Wars, New England Society and Williams College Alumni Association.
HUBBELL, CYRUS 0.--Coal Merchant, 1837 Park avenue, New York City; residence 1 East 130th street. Born in Vermont, March 27, 1823. Educated at a country school in Vermont, and at St. Lawrence Academy, Potsdam, N. Y. (Married.) Enlisted in 92d Regiment, New York Volunteers, Oct. 10, 1861; mustered out as first lieutenant and quartermaster, Oct. 24, 1864. In present business since 1866. Superintendent of Branch Station L of New York Post Office for past five years; trustee of Harlem Dispensary for past twenty years; alderman, 1888. Past master Bunting Lodge No. 655 F. & A. M.; past high priest, Sylvan Chapter No. 188 R. A. M.; past commander Constantine Commandery No. 48 Knights Templar; ex-district deputy grand master of Eighth Masonic District (served two years); grand representative of the Grand Commandery of the State of Illinois. Member Mecca Temple of the Mystic Shrine and Congregational Club.
HUBBARD, FRANK H.-Importer, 34 Beaver street, New York City; residence Hoffman House. Member Lotos, Manhattan, Reform and Democratic Clubs.
HUBBARD, GROSVENOR S. - Lawyer, 35 Wall street, New York City; residence 117 West 55th street. Born in New Haven, Conn., Oct. 10, 1842. Educated at Dartmouth College ('62), and at Yale and Columbia Law Schools. (Single) Member University, Metropolitan, New York Yacht, Mendelssohn Glee and Lawyers' Clubs, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Sons of the Revolution and Alpha Delta Phi and Phi Beta Kappa Societies.
HUBBARD, HARRY - Lawyer, 195 Broadway, New York City; residence 45 West 95th street. Born in Troy, N, H., Oct. 19, 1859. Educated at Phillips Exeter Academy, Harvard College and Harvard Law School. (Married.) Member of the firm of Dillon & Hubbard. Member Lawyers' and Harvard Clubs, State Bar and American Bar Associations and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
HUBBARD, HENRY WRIGHT - Treasurer, 287 Fourth avenue, New York City; residence 155 Madison avenue. Born in Elgin, Ill., May 17, 1844. Educated at University of Michigan (A.B., '66, and M.S., "72): also studied law and was admitted to the Bar in 1868. Served as private during Civil War; practiced law in Chicago and Denver. Resident of New York City since 1873. Treasurer American Missionary Association since 1879. Member Congregational and Quill Clubs and Aldine Association.
HUBBARD, LE ROY W.-Physician, 70 West 35th street, New York City; residence 1935 Madison avenue. Born in Malone, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1857. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, Amherst College and University Medical College. (Married.) Member Harlem Medical and Amherst Alumni Association, New York Academy of Medicine, Society of the Alumni of Bellevue Hospital and New York Medical Union.
HUBBARD, OLIVER PAYSON-Retired, 117 West 55th street, New York City. Born in Pomfret, Conn., March, 1809. Educated at Yale ('28), and South Carolina Medical College (M.D., '37). Emeritus professor of chemistry and pharmacy of Dartmouth College, with which he has been connected since 1836. Author of "History of Dartmouth Medical College," "Biographical Sketches of Yale, Class of 1828," and other works. Member American Historical Association.
HUBBARD, THOMAS HAMLIN - Lawyer and President, 15 Broad and 54 Wall streets, New York City; residence 16 West 58th street. Born in Hallowell, Me., Dec. 20, 1838. (Son of John and Sarah Hodge (Barrett] Hubbard.) Educated at Bowdoin College and at Albany Law School. (Married.) Member of the firm of Butler, Stillman & Hubbard. Vice-president and director Southern Pacific Co.; also president of several of its affiliated railroad companies. Served throughout Civil War as regimental adjutant, lieutenant-colonel, colonel and brigadier-general (by brevet). Member Metropolitan, Union League, Lawyers', Army and Navy, Riding, Republican and Barnard Clubs, American Fine Arts and New England Societies, Down Town Association, Military Order of the Loyal Legion, American Museum of Natural History, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
HUBBARD, WILLIAM NORRIS-Physician, 53 West 54th street, New York City. Born in Greenwich, Conn., Nov. 2, 1860. Educated at Williams College ("83) and College of Physicians and Surgeons (M.D., '86); interne in Bellevue Hospital, 1886-8. (Married.) Assistant surgeon
in Throat Department of Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital. Formerly lecturer on general medicine in New York Polyclinic. Member New York County Medical and New England Societies, Williams Alumni Association, Society of Alumni of Bellevue Hospital and Academy of Medicine.
HUPBELL, ALVIN-Physician and Surgeon, 212 Franklin street, Buffalo. Born in Conewango, Cattaraugus Co., N. Y., May 1, 1846. Educated at Randolph (N. Y.) Academy and University of Buffalo (M.D., "76). (Married.) Professor of ophthalmology in Medical Department of Niagara University, 1883-98; was also ophthalmic surgeon to the Buffalo Hospital of the Sisters
HUBBELL, WILLIAM C.-Lawyer and Fire Insurance, 51 Franklin street, New York City; residence 143 West 11th street. Born in New York City, July 25, 1859. Educated at the College of the City of New York, and Columbia College Law School (LL.B.) (Single. Deputy attorney of New York Reciprocal Underwriters. Formerly clerk of United States Senate Pensions Committee and secretary of United States Chippewa Indian Commission.
HUBBS, CHARLES F.-Paper merchant, 36 Beekman street, New York City; residence 738 St. Marks avenue, Brooklyn. Member of the firm of Charles F. Hubbs & Co. Member Union League, Crescent Athletic and Riding and Driving Clubs of Brooklyn, Society of Foreign Wars and Sons of the American Revolution.
HUBBY, F. W., JR.-Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence 30 West 34th street. Born in Cleveland, Ohio. Educated at Yale (A.B.) and Columbia University (LL.B. and A.M.). (Single.) Member Harbor Hill Golf and Yale Clubs, Phi Delta Phi Fraternity and Seventh Regiment N.G.N.Y.
HUDDLESTON, JOHN H.-Physician, 126 West 85th street and Criminal Court Building, New York City. Member Harvard and Barnard Clubs, Phi Beta Kappa Society and Harvard Alumni Association.
HUDNUT, ALEXANDER M.-Broker, 11 Wall street, New York City; residence 51 West 39th street. Born in Princeton, N. J., Sept. 6, 1861. Educated at Princeton University (A.M. '81). (Single.) Member of the firm of Halsey & Hudnut, members of the New York Stock Exchange. Director Prentiss Clock Improvement Co. Member Reform, Princeton, Quill, University, Deal Golf and Nassau Country Clubs, Nassau Club of Princeton and Chamber of Commerce.
HUDSON, G, CHEEVER-Manufacturing Jeweler, 14 John street, New York City; residence Lincoln Club, Brooklyn (Single.) Member of the firm of G. C. Hudson & Co. Member Reform Club, and Crescent Athletic and Lincoln Clubs of Brooklyn.
HUESTED, SYLVANUS B.--Nurseryman, Blauvelt. Educated at Albany Academy and at Union College. Captain and brevet major United States Volunteers, 1865. Vice-president Rockland County Agri
cultural and Horticultural Association. Member Union Alumni Association and Eastern New York Horticultural Society.
Steamship Co., 1881-94. Member Union League and Republican Clubs, Brooklyn Club of Brooklyn, and Down Town Association.
HUFFCUT, ERNEST WILSON – Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence B. Cascadilla place. Born in Kent, Conn., March 21, 1860. Educated at Cornell (B.S. and LL.B.). (Single) Professor of law at Indiana State University, 1890-2; Northwestern University Law School, 1892-3; at Cornell since 1893. Author of several legal works and monographs. Member American Bar and New York State Bar Associations.
HULBERT, E. M.-Banker, Cortland. Director First National Bank and Second National Bank. Member Tioughnioga Club.
HULBERT, HENRY C. — Paper Merchant, 53 Beekman street, New York City; residence 49 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, Rorn in Lee, Mass., Dec. 19, 1831. Educated in Lee. (Married.) Second vice-president and trustee South Brooklyn Savings Institution; trustee and chairman of executive committee Brooklyn Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children; trustee and member of finance committee New York Life Insurance and Trust Co., director Importers and Traders' National Bank, United States Life Insurance Co., Franklin Trust Co. of Brooklyn, Pullman Co. and Celluloid Co. Member Hardware and New York Clubs, Montauk Club of Brooklyn, New England Society, Society of Colonial Wars and Chamber of Commerce.
HUGHES, BRIAN G.-Paper Box Manufacturer, 242 Centre street, New York City; residence 1984 Madison avenue, and Long Branch, N. J. Born in Ireland, May 16, 1849. Educated at St. Mary's College, Montreal, Canada. (Married.) Senior member of the firm of B. G. Hughes & Bro. President Hughes Storage Warehouse Co.; vice-president and trustee Dollar Savings Bank; director Twenty-third Ward Bank. Member Juniata, Sagamore, Riding, Twilight, Thirteen and Democratic Clubs and Cercle Francais de l'Harmonie.
HULBERT, MILAN H.-Secretary, 236 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 462 West 22d street. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1867. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic and Collegiate Institute ('83), Connected with the firm of Merwin, Hulbert & Co. (fire arms, bicycles and sporting goods), 1883-91; member of (their successors) the firm of Hulbert Bros. & Co., since 1891. Introduced into this country in 1894 Venetian bent-iron work. United States representative to Paris Exposition, 1900: in charge of various industrial exhibits. Member Aldine Association.
HUGHES, CHARLES C.-Manager, 4 Warren street, New York City; residence Murray Hill Hotel. Born in Athens, Ga., Dec. 7, 1850. Educated at Carroll's Military Academy, General manager Colonial Chemical Co. Was secretary of London (England) Midland Athletic Club for five years; treasurer of Southern Counties Cross Country Association of England for two years; delegate to Amateur Athletic Association of Great Britain for five years; secretary of Manhattan Athletic Club for seven years, and president of National Cross Country Association of America for one year. Now delegate-at-large Amateur Athletic Union of the United States; vice-president Poughkeepsie Highland Rowing Association, and member of executive committee Outdoor Recreation League. Life member South London (England) Harriers; member Democratic, New York Press, Lotos, Transportation, Knickerbocker Athletic, Salmagundi, Atlantic Yacht, American Yacht, Country Cycle and Railroadmen's Clubs, Chicago (Ill.) Athletic Association, Order of Elks, Knights Templar and thirty-second degree Masons.
HUGHES, CHARLES EVANS–Lawyer, 96 Broadway, New York City; residence 570 West End avenue. Member University, Republican, Cornell and Lawyers' Clubs, Society of Medical Jurisprudence, Baptist Social Union, Association of the Bar of the City of New York and Brown University Alumni Association.
HUGHES, RUPERT-Editor, 156 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 180 West 81st street. Born in Lancaster, Mo., Jan. 31, 1872. Educated in public schools of Keokuk, Iowa, and at St. Charles College, Western Reserve Academy, Western Reserve University (A.B., '92) and at Yale ('A.M.). (Married Agnes Wheeler Hedge of Syracuse, N. Y., 1893.) Assistant editor of "The Criterion." Frequent contributor to "The Century," "Scribner's Magazine" and "The Cosmopolitan.”
HULL, CHARLES A. — Fire Insurance, 72 Wall street, New York City; residence 115 Remsen street, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, May 26, 1848. Educated in Brooklyn and at Yale (Academic Department, '69). (Married.) Vice-president, secretary and director New York Fire Insurance Co.; vice-president and director Sanborn-Perris Map Co.; director Fifth Avenue Bank of Brooklyn. Member Lawyers' Club, Hamilton, Rembrandt and Barnard Clubs of Brooklyn, and Yale Alumni Association of Long Island.
HULL, CHARLES HENRY – Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 413 East Buffalo street. Born in Ithaca, Sept. 29, 1864. Educated at Cornell and in Germany, at Göttingen, Berlin and Halle. (Single.) Assistant professor of political economy and secretary of the faculty at Cornell University. President Cornell Co-operative Society; secretary Fall Creek Milling Co.; member Delta Upsilon and Phi Beta Kappa Societies and American Economic Association (ex-secretary).
HULL, GEORGE HUNTINGTON - President, 44 Wall street, New York City; residence Tuxedo Park. Born in Dansville, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1840. Educated in Sandusky, Ohio. (Married.) President and director American Pig Iron Storage Warrant Co. Member Consolidated Stock and Petroleum and Metal Exchanges and of the Union League, Tuxedo and Lawyers' Clubs, Lafayette Post, G. A. R., Sons of the Rev. olution, Sons of the American Revolution and Society of Colonial Wars.
HULL, HERBERT G.-Lawyer, 3 Broad street, New York City; residence 389 Grand avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Fulton, Oswego County, N. Y., Sept. 4, 1843. (Son of Amos G. and Cornelia E. (Case) Hull.) Educated at Falley Seminary, Fulton, N. Y.; studied law in office of Abbott & Hull; admitted to Bar April 20. 1866. (Married Frances C. Birdsall.) Assistant United States District Attorney, Eastern District of New York, 1874-9. Member of the firm of Hull & Horton. Member Oxford Club of Brooklyn, and one of the charter members of the Brooklyn Riding and Driv. ing Club.
HULL, J. FRANK-Manufacturer, Poughkeepsie; residence 112 Academy street. Born in Pine Plains, N. Y., March 15, 1849. Educated in public schools. (Married.) Member of the firm of Hull & Co. Exmayor of Poughkeepsie. Member of numerous clubs and societies.
HULL, JOHN H.-Lawyer, 41 Park row, New York City; residence Hotel St. George, Brooklyn. Member Manhattan Club, Loyal Legion, Lafayette Post G. A. R. and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
HUGHES, THOMAS PATRICK-Protestant Episcipalian Clergyman, 115 East 74th street, New York City. Born in Ludlow, England, March 26, 1838. Educated at Ludlow Grammar School, Islington College and Punjab Oriental University (D.D., '76 and D.D., . '86). Degree of LL.D. from St. John's College, Annapolis, Md., 1897. (Married Eliza Lloyd, 1864.) Ordained in Church of England by the Bishop of London, 1864. Came to the United States in 1885; rector of Protestant Episcopalian Church at Lebanon Springs, N. Y., 1885-9, and of Church of the Holy Sepulchre in New York City since 1889. Author of "Government Text-Books in Afghan Language," "A Dictionary of Islam," "Heroic Lives in Foreign Fields," "The Stage from a Clergyman's Standpoint" and many others.
HUGHES, WILIAM H. T.-Merchant, 56 Pine street, New York City; residence 57 West 75th street. Born in Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic, April 27, 1847. (Married.) Commenced business in New York City in 1868; member of the firm of James E. Ward & Co., 1879-94; present firm of Hughes & Co., established 1895. Secretary and treasurer New York and Cuba
Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson, Sons of the Revolution, Chamber of Commerce, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New England Society and Down Town Association.
HUMPHREYS, SOLON-Merchant, 54 Exchange place, New York City; residence Bayonne, N. J. Born in Canton, Conn., Oct. 28, 1821. Educated in public schools and at St. John's College, Annapolis, Md. (Married Ellen Walsh, 1857.) Member of the firm of Humphreys & Thatcher, 1844-53, and of the firm of E. D. Morgan & Co. since 1854. President and director Bayonne and Greenville Gas Light Co., Candelaria Mining Co. and Corralitos Co.; treasurer and director Rio Grande, Sierra Madre and Pacific R. R. Co.; director North British and Mercantile Insurance Co., Sombreerete Mining Co., United States Lloyds and North British and Mercantile Insurance Co. of London and Edinburgh (chairman of New York board); treasurer Chamber of Commerce. Member New England Society and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
HUNER, JOHN T.-Wholesale Grocer, 40 Hudson street, New York City; residence 145 Hancock street, Brooklyn. President and director John T. Huner Co. Member Commercial Club.
HUNGERFORD, URIAH T.-Brass and Copper, 121 Worth street, New York City; residence West 136th street and Broadway. Born in Torrington, Conn. Educated at Mount Pleasant Military Academy, Sing Sing, N. Y. (Married.) President U. T. Hungerford Brass and Copper Co. Member Hardware Club.
HUNT, ALBERT F., JR.–Lawyer, 220 Broadway, New York City; residence 18 West Ninth street. Born in Newburyport, Mass., Sept. 8, 1872. Educated in Newburyport public and high schools, at Massachusetts Institute of Technology ('94) and New York University Law School ('98). (Single) Member of the firm of Hunt & Ingle. Member Delta Chi Club.
HULL, WILLIAM F. – Liquors, 64 Water street, New York City; residence 573 West 146th street. Born in Bedford, Westchester Co., N. Y., April 17, 1853. Educated at a common school in Cross River, Westchester County. (Married.) Member of the firm of Ross & Keany. Served as a commissioner of estimate and assessment in the annexed district (now Bronx Borough); secretary of the Reform Club's committee on tariff reform, 1890-2; secretary New York State Democracy, 1893-4. Member Masonic Lodge No. 708, F. & A. M., of Mount Kisco, N. Y.
HULME, GEORGE B. - Secretary, 32 Nassau street, New York City; residence 39 West 27th street. Born in Reading, England, Aug. 27, 1855. Educated in England, at Wellington College, and Magdalen College, Oxford (B.A., '81). (Single.) Vice-president and director American Mf'g Co.; secretary and treasurer East Bay Land and Improvement Co.; director Pacific Mining Corporation and New Amsterdam Casualty Co. Member Manhattan, New York Athletic and Tandem Clubs, Whip Club of Brooklyn, and Oxford University Boat, Leander Boat and Colac Boat Clubs, Apollo University Lodge and Mary Magdalen Lodge of England,
HULSE, W. A.-Physician, Bay Shore. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y. Educated at Hudson River Institute, Claverack, and at Bellevue Hospital Medical College. (Married.) Second vice-president and trustee Union Savings Bank of Patchogue; director South Side Bank of Bay Shore. Was supervisor of the town of Islip for two terms. Member Penataquit Yacht Club (fleet surgeon), New York State Medical Association, Suffolk County Medical and New York State Physicians' Mutual Aid Societies and Associated Physicians of Long Island.
HUME, ARTHUR C.-Lawyer, 18 Wall street, New York City; residence 5 East 17th street. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1869. Educated at Yale. Mem. ber of the firm of Hume & Hawes. Member Psi Upsilon and Yale Clubs and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
HUMPHREY, ANDREW B. H.—Real Estate, 219 West 125th street, New York City; residence 2027 Seventh.avenue. Member Republican, Harlem, Harlem Republican, Cornell and Central Clubs.
HUMPHREY, FREDERICK - Manufacturer of Humphrey's Specifics, John and William streets, New York City; residence 22 West 39th street, "The Gables," Monmouth Beach, N. J., and “Brynawell,” Thomasville, Ga. (Married.) President and director Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine Co. Member Republican and Church Clubs, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
HUMPHREY, GEORGE S.-Comptroller, 45 Broad. way, New York City; residence West New Brighton, S. I. Born in Ithaca, N. Y., Aug. 1, 1856. Educated in Ithaca. (Married.) Director C. W. Hunt Co. and McCaslin Machine Co. Member American Institute of Mining Engineers, Natural Science Association of Staten Island, and Staten Island Chamber of Commerce.
HUMPHREY, LESTER H.-State Senator, Senate Chamber, Albany, and Banker, Warsaw. Born in Sheldon, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1850. Educated in Warsaw. (Married.) Represents the Forty-sixth New York District In the State Senate. President Wyoming County National Bank, Warsaw Knitting Mills and Shantz Button Co.; director Warsaw Gas and Electric Co., Variety Machine Co. and Warsaw Creamery Co.
HUMPHREYS, ALEXANDER C.-Mechanical Engineer, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence 302 West 78th street. President and director Buffalo City Gas Co., Buffalo Gas Light Co., Buffalo Mutual Gas Light Co., and City Gas Co.; director Pittsburg Gas & Coke Co. and United Coke and Gas Co. Member Lotos and Colonial Clubs, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, AmerIcan Institute of Mining Engineers and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
HUMPHREYS, EDWARD WALSH-Merchant, 92 West Broadway, New York City; residence 32 East 38th street. Born in St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 15, 1848. (Married.) Member Union League, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht, New York Yacht, Players', Union and Metropolitan
HUNT, CHARLES WALLACE — Inventor and Manufacturer, 45 Broadway, New York City; residence West New Brighton, S. I. Born in Candor, Tioga Co., N. Y., Oct. 13, 1841. Educated at Cortland Academy. Served as special agent for War Department during Civil War; in coal business, 1865-72; established in 1872, on Staten Island, as manufacturer of coal-handling machinery; has introduced many inventions, notably the Hunt Automatic Railway for the unloading and storing of coal; has a branch factory in Germany. President and director C. W. Hunt Co. President Staten Island Chamber of Commerce. Member Engineers' Club, American Society of Mechanical Engineers and American Institute of Mining Engineers.
HUNT, EDWARD LIVINGSTON – Physician, 51 West 55th street, New York City. Born in New Orleans, La., Feb. 2, 1871. Educated at Harvard ('93) and College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University (M.D. '96). (Single) Assistant attending physician to Lying-in Department of Post Graduate Hospital. Ex-house physician St. Luke's Hospital. Member Harvard Club and Sloane Alumni Association.
HUNT, J. HAMILTON—Real Estate, 2267 Broadway, New York City; residence 224 West End avenue. Born in Newberry, S. C., Aug. 20, 1837. Educated at Col. S. D. Lee's Military School, Asheville, N. C., and at Furman University. (Married.) Member Democratic, Colonial, Harvard and Patria Clubs, Southern Society and Confederate Veteran Camp of New York.
HUNT, JAMES MONROE-Lawyer, 31 Pine street, New York City; residence Yonkers. Born in Clarence, Erie County, N. Y., April 6, 1858. (Son of Rev. Harrison P. and Caroline (Holmes] Hunt.) Educated at Brockport (N. Y.) Normal School and University of Rochester (A.B., '80. and A.M.); studied law and was admitted to the Bar in New York City in 1882. (Mar. ried.) Corporation counsel of Yonkers since 1892. Member Alpha Delta Phi Club and University of Rochester Alumni Association.
HUNT, JOSEPH H.-Physician, 1085 Bedford avenue, Brooklyn; residence 165 Quincy avenue. Born near Huntsburgh, Essex Co., N. J., April 12, 1848. Educated in district schools of Huntsburgh, Andover and Helsey (N. J.), and at Chester (N. J.) Institute, Washington and Lee University and College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University. Was demonstrator of histology and pathology in Long Island College Hospital and in Anatomical and Surgical Club; professor of botany, materia medica and pharmacognosy in Brooklyn College of Pharmacy; member of Kings County Board of Pharmacy and of Brooklyn School Board and president of Brooklyn Pathological Society. Trustee of Brooklyn Medical Society; historian of Associated Physicians of Long Island; member Hamilton Club, Scientific Alliance of New York, Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, Medical Society of the County of Kings, Medical Society of the State of New York, New York Academy of Medicine, American Public Health Association, American Association for the Advancement of Science and Long Island Historical Society.
HUNT, RICHARD HOWLAND-Architect, 28 East 21st street, New York City; residence 28 East 21st street and Garden City, L. I.. Born in Paris, France, March 14, 1862. Educated in Boston, Mass., and at Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris. (Married.) Member Tuxedo, Players', Racquet and Tennis and Meadow Brook Hunt Clubs, Century Association, American Institute of Architects, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Chamber of Commerce, Society of Beaux Arts Architects and Architectural League.
HUNT, THOMAS–Lawyer and Vice-President, 32 Liberty street, New York City; residence 112 East 31st street. Born in New Orleans, La., May 16, 1855. Educated at Yale. (Married.) Second vice-president and director Lawyers' Surety Co. Member Union, University, Yale and Republican Clubs, St. Nicholas and Maryland Societies and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
HUNTER, DWIGHT W.-Physician, 233 Madison avenue, New York City; residence 440 West End avenue. Born in Terryville, Conn., Aug. 22, 1853. Educated at Yale. (Married.) Surgeon New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. Member Yale, Twilight, Congregational and University Clubs.
HUNTER, FRANK K.-Banker, 52 Broadway, New York City; residence Pelham Manor. Born in Westchester, N. Y., July 6, 1864. Educated at University of Virginia (Married.) Member of the New York Stock Exchange firm of Cooper & Co. Member Union, New York Athletic and Westchester County Country Clubs; past master Huguenot Lodge No. 42 F. & A. M.
HUNTER, JOHN, JR.-Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence 697 West End avenue. Born in Westchester County, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1866. (Son of John and Annie (Middleton] Hunter.) Educated by private tutors and at Hanover (Va.) Academy, University of Virginia and at Columbia College Law School. Has practiced in New York City since his admission to the Bar in 1889. Secretary and director Hunter Arms Co. Member Manhattan and Union Clubs.
HUNTER, J. DICKINSON, JR.-Architect, 160 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence Yonkers. Associated with the firm of McKim, Mead & White. Member Architectural League.
HUNTER, ROBERT G.-Cashier, 873 Broadway, New York City; residence 58 West 130th street. Born in New York City, Feb. 17, 1853. Educated in New York City public schools. (Married.) Vice-president and director Safety Co-operative Building Loan and Savings Association.
HUNTINGTON, ARCHER MILTON - Author, "Pleasance," Baychester, New York City. Born in New York City, 1870. (Married.) Member Players', New York Yacht, Authors', New York Athletic, Grolier, City, Fencers' and Yale Clubs, American Geographical, Dunlap, American Numismatic and National Sculpture Societies, Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Museum of Natural History.
HUNTINGTON. CHARLES P.-Wholesale Grocer, 106 Front street, New York City; residence 1 East 39th street. Member of the firm of Huntington & Dorn. Member Union League and Metropolitan Clubs, American Geographical and New England Societies, Down Town Association and Sons of the American Revolution.
HUNTINGTON, CHESTER-Architect and Consulting Engineer, 7 Pine street, New York City; residence Flushing. President and trustee Long Island Savings and Investment Association; director Flushing Co-operative Savings and Loan Association, International State Realty Co. and South Amboy (N. J.) Gas Light Co. Member Reform, Twilight and Patria Clubs, Phi Beta Kappa Society and Hamilton Alumni Association.
HUNTINGTON, COLLIS POTTER–Capitalist, 35 Wall and 23 Broad streets, New York City; residence 2 East 57th street. Born in Harwinton, Conn., Oct. 22, 1821. (Married.) Went to California 1848; was hardware merchant in Sacramento; with Leland Stanford, Charles Crocker and Mark Hopkins built the Central Pacific, and Southern Pacific railroads, and others later. President and director Fuente Coal Co., Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Gulf Ry. Co., Guatemala Central R. R. Co., Louisiana Western R. R. Co., Pacific Mail Steamship Co., Southern Pacific Co., and Southern Pacific R. R. CO.; vice-president and director Oregon and California R. R. Co., director California Pacific R. R. Co., Detroit Gas Co., Mexican International R. R. Co., Morgan's Louisiana and Texas R. R. and Steamship Co., Newport News Light Co., New York, Texas and Mexican R. R. Co., Old Dominion Land Co., Old Dominion Steamship Co., South Pacific Coast R. R. Co., Western Texas and Pacific R. R. Co., Western Union Telegraph Co., Esquimalt and Navaimo R. R. Co., Gulf, Western Texas and Pacific R. R. Co., Union Colliery Co. of British North America, Northern Pacific Terminal Co., and many others; trustee Metropolitan Trust Co.; agent Pacific Improvement Co. Member Union League Club, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History and New England, American Geographical, American Fine Arts and New York Genealogical and Biographical Societies.
HUNTINGTON, DANIEL-Artist, 49 East 20th street, New York City. Born in New York City, Oct. 14, 1816. Educated at Hamilton College; studied art at National Academy of Design. (Married Sophia Richards, 1842.) Among his best known pictures are "The Bar-Room Politician," "Mercy's Dream," "Mrs. Washington's Reception," "The Good Samaritan" and "The Atlantic Cable Projectors.” President National Academy of Design 1862-9, and 1877-91. Member New York Historical and American Geographical Societies, New York Public Library and Century Associations, National Academy of Design and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
HUNTINGTON, FRANCIS C. – Lawyer, 48 Wall street, New York City; residence 804 Broadway. Born in Worcester, Mass., 1865. Educated at Harvard (187) and Harvard Law School ('91). (Single.) Member of the firm of Huntington & Rhinelander. Secretary and trustee New York Free Circulating Library; director Building and Sanitary Inspection Co. Member City, University and Harvard Clubs, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Down Town Association and St. Nicholas Society.
HUNTINGTON, FREDERIC D.-Protestant Epis. copalian Bishop, 210 Walnut place, Syracuse. Born in Hadley, Mass., May 28, 1819. Educated at Amherst College ('39) and Harvard Divinity School (D.D.). (Married Hannah Dane Sargent of Boston, Mass., 1843.) Ordained as Unitarian, but became deacon in Protestant Episcopalian Church in 1860 and priest in 1861. Consecrated Bishop of Western New York, April 8, 1869. Author of "Sermons for the People," "Moral Cowardice," "The Golden Rule Applied to Social Life," "The Gospel and the People," "Unconscious Tuition" and many other works on religious subjects.
HUNTINGTON, GEORGE S.-Physician, 50 East 73d street, and Professor, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, New York City. Member University Club, Scientific Alliance, Trinity Alumni Association and American Museum of Natural History.
HUNTINGTON, LOWELL F. - Soaps and Can. dles, 5 Worth street, New York City; residence 44 West 44th street. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, 1868. Educated at Harvard. (Single) Member Harvard Club.
HUNTINGTON, WILLIAM REED - Protestant Episcopalian Clergyman, 281 Fourth avenue, New