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MORAN, AMEDEE, D.-Broker, 54 William street, New York City; residence 17 West 56th street. (Widower.) Member of the firm of Moran Bros. and of the New York Stock Exchange. Director Texas Central R. R. Co. Member Metropolitan, Knickerbocker and Union Clubs.

MORAN, ANSON B.-Broker, 54 William street, New York City; residence 264 West 57th street. (Married.) Member of the firm of Moran Bros., members of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Calumet Club.

MORAN, CHARLES A.-Lawyer, 30 Broad street, New York City; residence 41 East 50th street. Educated at Columbia ('81). Director King Granite Co. Member University Club, Columbia University Alumni Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

MORAN, D. COMYN-Broker, 54 William street, New York City; residence 531 Fifth avenue. (Single.) Member of the firm of Moran Bros., members of the New York Stock Exchange. President and director Nevada-California-Oregon Ry. Co. Member Union, Suburban Riding and Driving, and Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht Clubs and Lafayette Post, G. A. R.

MORAN, PAUL NIMMO–Artist, 28 East 20th street, New York City. Born in Philadelphia, Pa., 1864, Educated in New York City. (Single.) Member Salmagundi Club.

MORAN, THOMAS - Artist, 37 West 22d street; residence Easthampton, L. I. Born in Bolton, Lancashire, England, Jan. 12, 1837. Educated in Philadelphia (Pa.) public schools; studied art in Paris and in Italy. (Married Mary Nimmo, 1862.) Accompanied the United States Exploring Expedition to the Yellowstone Country in 1871; in 1873 went on a similar expedition and painted the pictures entitled, "Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone" and "Chasm of the Colorado," which were purchased by Congress and are now in the Capitol. Member Lotos, Catholic and Salmagundi Clubs, Century Association and National Academy of Design.

MORAWETZ, VICTOR-Lawyer, 35 Wall street, New York City; residence Metropolitan Club. Educated at Harvard ("78). Director Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Ry. Co., Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Ry. Co., Southern California Ry. Co. and Norfolk and Western Ry. Co. Member Union, University, Union League, Lawyers', Harvard, Riding and Metropolitan Clubs, Century Association, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

MORDECAI, ROBERT E. LEE-Real Estate, 7 Pine street, 1002 Broadway and 696 Columbus avenue, New York City; residence 56 Central Park, South. Member New York Athletic and Monticello Gun and Studio Clubs.

MOREHOUSE, DANIEL W.-Unitarian Clergyman, 104 East 20th street, New York City; residence 70 Glenwood avenue, Yonkers. Born in Knowlesville, Orleans Co., N. Y., Feb. 4, 1846. Educated at Meadville Theological School. (Married.) General secretary National Conference of Unitarian and other Christian churches; secretary Unitarian Conference of Middle States and Canada; also superintendent of Middle States Department for the American Unitarian Association. Member Reform and Barnard Clubs.

MORGAN, ALBERT J.-Manufacturer, 439 West street, New York City; residence 243 West 72d street. Vice-president and director Enoch Morgan's Sons Co. Member Racquet and Tennis, St. Nicholas, Colonial, New York Athletic, Grolier, Manhattan, New York Yacht, Larchmont Yacht and Atlantic Yacht Clubs and Aldine Association.

MORGAN. ALEXANDER C. - Stock Broker, 35 William street, New York City; residence 134 West 73d street. Member of the firm of A. C. Morgan & Co. and of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Barnard and Salmagundi Clubs, New England Society, Down Town and Century Associations and National Academy of Design.

MORGAN, APPLETON-Lawyer and Author, 720 street and Broadway, New York City. Born in Portland, Me., Oct. 2, 1850. Educated at Racine College

and at Columbia College Law School. Admitted to the Bar in 1871 and began practice in New York City. Founded, in 1885, and has since been president of the Shakespeare Society of New York. Author of "Some Shakesperean Commentators," "Venus and Adonis, a Study in the Warwickshire Language," "The Law of Literature," "Shakespeare in Fact and in Criticism," "English Versions of Legal Maxims" and many other works. Member Colonial, Baltusrol Golf and Republican Clubs, Medico-Legal, Rockland County Historical and St. David's Societies, Sons of the Revolution, Society of the War of 1812, Columbia Alumni Association, Historical Society of Maine and Society of Colonial Wars.

MORGAN, BROCKHOLST–Protestant Episcopalian Clergyman, 38 Bleecker street, New York City; residence Elizabeth, N. J. Superintendent and general agent New York Protestant Episcopal City Mission Society. Member Century Association, Sons of the Revolution, and Society of Foreign Wars.

MORGAN, CHARLES N.-Lawyer, 69 Wall street, New York City; residence Hotel Balmoral, 114th street and Lenox avenue. Vice-president and director Electrical Review Publishing Co.; director Yuma Improvement Co. Member Manhattan, Calumet and Harlem Clubs, Down Town Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

MORGAN, D. PARKER-Protestant Episcopalian Clergyman, 3 East 45th street, New York City. Rector Church of Heavenly Rest. Member Patria and British Schools and Universities Clubs and American Geographical Society.

MORGAN, EDWIN D.-Merchant, 54 Exchange place, New York City; residence “Wheatly," Westbury, L. I. (Son of Edwin D. Morgan, Governor of New York, 1858-62.) Educated at Harvard ("77). (Married.) Member of the firm of E. D. Morgan & Co. Vice-president and director Rio Grande, Sierra Madre and Pacific R. R. Co.; director Corralitos Co. and Candelaria Mining Co. Member Metropolitan, Union League, Union, University, Knickerbocker, Lawyers', Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht, Harvard, New York Yacht, Tuxedo, Atlantic Yacht, Larchmont Yacht, Racquet and Tennis, Meadow Brook Hunt and Turf and Field Clubs, Country Club of Westchester, American Geographical and New England Societies, Sons of the Revolution and National Academy of Design.

MORGAN, FRED J.-Stenographer, 126 West Kennedy street, Syracuse. Born April 26, 1851. (Married.) Official stenographer Fifth Judicial District. Member Citizens' Club.

MORGAN, GEORGE D.-President, Buffalo; residence 45 West 35th street, New York City, and Brockport. Born in Brockport, Dec. 14, 1864. Educated at Greylock Institute, South Williamstown, Mass. (Married.) President D. S. Morgan & Co.; trustee Empire State Savings Bank. Vestryman St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Brockport. Was president Brockport Electric Co. and Brockport Building and Loan Association. Member Buffalo, Saturn, Genesee Valley and New York Clubs, Buffalo Historical Society and Society of Colonial Wars.

MORGAN, GEORGE H. - Superintendent, 11 Broadway, New York City; residence Hotel St. George, Brooklyn. Director Philipsburg Coal and Land Co. Member Union and Metropolitan Clubs, Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Museum of Natural History.

MORGAN, JAMES HENRY-Broker, 27 William street, New York City; residence 478 Classon avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. (Married.) Secretary-general of Military Order of Foreign Wars. Member Sons of the Revolution, Society of Colonial Wars and Society of the War of 1812.

MORGAN, JAMES L., JR.-Manufacturing Chemist, 32 Liberty street, New York City; residence 7 Pierrepont street, Brooklyn. Member of the firm of James L. Morgan & Co. Treasurer and director General Chemical Co. and Hudson River Chemical and Dye Wood Co.; director Knickerbocker Chemical Co. and Market and Fulton National Bank. Member Union League, Crescent Athletic and Hamilton Clubs of Brooklyn.

MORGAN, J. LIVINGSTON RUTGERS-Chemist, 116th street and Morningside Heights, New York City; residence New Brunswick, N. J. Educated at Rutgers; degrees of B.S. and Ph.D. Tutor in chemical philosophy and chemical physics at Columbia University in the City of New York.

MORGAN, JOHN HILL-Lawyer, 166 Montague street, Brooklyn; residence 7 Pierrepont street. Born in Brooklyn, June 30, 1870. Educated at Yale (A.B., *93, and I.L.B.), Member of Assembly from First District of Kings County, 1900. Member Brooklyn Republican and Hamilton Clubs, University Club of New York City, Fort Orange Club of Albany, Nassau Country Cluh, Psi Upsilon and Phi Delta Phi Fraternities, Society of Colonial Wars and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

MORGAN, THOMAS J.-Secretary and Baptist Clergyman, 111 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 414 Warburton avenue, Yonkers. Born in Franklin, Ind., Aug. 17, 1839. Educated at Franklin College and at Rochester Theological Seminary (D.D., '68, and LL. D., '94). Degree of D.D. from University of Chicago in 1874. Served during Civil War as private, major, colonel and brevet brigadier-general. Professor of church history at Baptist Theological Seminary, Chicago, Ill., 1874-81; principal of Normal School at Providence, R. I., 1884-9; United States Indian Commissioner, 1889-93; corresponding secretary to the American Baptist Home Mission Society since 1893. Editor of the "Home Mission Monthly." Author of "Patriotic Citizenship,” “Studies in Pedagogy," "Educational Mosaics," "Student's Hymnal" and other works. Member Quill Club and Loyal Legion.

MORGAN, JOHN PIERPONT — Banking and Railroads, 23 Wall street, New York City; residence 219 Madison avenue. Born in Hartford, Conn., April 17, 1837. Educated at Boston (Mass.) English High School and at the University of Göttingen, Germany. (Married.) Member of the firm of J. P. Morgan & Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange. Vicepresident and director National Bank of Commerce; director Carthage and Adirondack Ry. Co., Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis R. R. Co. (The Big Four), Columbus, Hope and Greensburg R. R. Co., Federal Steel Co., General Electric Co., Harlem River and Portchester R. R. Co., Housatonic R. R, Co., Jersey City and Bayonne R. R. Co., Lake Shore and Michigan Southern R. R. Co., Madison Square Garden Co., Metropolitan Opera and Real Estate Co., Mexican Telegraph Co., Mohawk and Malone R. R. Co., Niagara Falls Branch R. R, Co., New Jersey Shore Line R. R. Co., New York Central and Hudson River R. R. Co., New York, New Haven and Hartford R. R. Co., New York and Putnam R, R. Co., Pacific Cable Co., West Shore R. R. Co. and Western Union Telegraph Co.; trustee New Jersey Junction R. R, Co. and West Shore and Ontario Terminal Co. of New York and New Jersey. Member Metropolitan, Union, Union League, Grolier, Turf and Field, Collie, Mendelssohn Glee, Knickerbocker, City, Tuxedo, Union, Racquet and Tennis, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht, Whist, Riding, Players' and New York Yacht Clubs, New England, American Fine Arts, New York Genealogical, Musical Arts and American Geographical Societies, Century Association, National Academy of Design, Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Museum of Natural History.

MORGAN, JOHN PIERPONT, JR.–Banker, 23 Wall Street, New York City; residence 8 East 36th street, and London, England. Born in New York City. Educated at Harvard ('89). (Married.) Member of the firms of J. P. Morgan & Co. of New York, and J. S. Morgan & Co. of London. Director Acadia Coal Co. and Alabama Great Southern R. R. Co. Member New York Stock Exchange, and of the Metropolitan, City, University, Harvard, 'Racquet and Tennis and New York Yacht Clubs, New England Society and Century Association.

MORGAN, JUNIUS S. - Banker, 44 Pine street, New York City; residence Princeton, N. J. Educated at Princeton ('88). Member of the firm of Cuyler, Morgan & Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange, Director Des Moines and Kansas City Ry. Co., Depew Improvement Co. and Kansas Irrigation Co. Member Princeton, Grolier, Metropolitan, University Athletic and University Clubs, Down Town and Century Associations, New England Society and Sons of the Revolution.

MORGAN, LANCASTER-Manufacturer and Mer. chant, 47 Fulton street, and 32 Liberty street, New York City; residence 123 West 44th street. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., April 27, 1867. Educated at Columbia University School of Mines ('88). (Married.) Connected with the General Chemical Co. Member University and Chemists' Clubs, Society of Colonial Wars and Psi Upsilon Fraternity.

MORGAN, ROLLIN M. - Lawyer, 41 Park row, New York City; residence 1315 Madison avenue. Member of the firm of Morgan, Whiton & Mitchell. Member Commercial and Democratic Clubs, Ohio Society, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

MORGAN, WILLIAM--Artist, 2 West 14th street, New York City; residence 939 Eghth avenue. Born in London, England, 1826. Educated in England, France and the United States. (Married.) Makes a specialty of genre painting. Member National Academy of Design and Artists' Fund Society.

MORGAN, WILLIAM FELLOWES-Storage, 4 Brooklyn Bridge and 7 Harrison street, New York City; residence Short Hills, N. J. Born in Clifton, N. Y., Sept. 24, 1860. Educated in Rugby, England, and at Columbia, (Married Emma, daughter of Martha A. and Henry S. Leavitt, 1885.) President and director Harrison Street Cold Storage Co.; secretary and director Brooklyn Bridge Freezing and Cold Storage Co.; treasurer and director National League for the Protection of American Institutions; director and chairman of executive committee Y. M. C. A.; director Chimo Valley Beet Sugar Co. Member St. Anthony Club and Colunibia University Alumni Association.

MORGAN, WILLIAM J.-Banker, 71 Broadway, New York City; residence Bensonhurst. Born in New York City, Jan. 29, 1867. Educated at Mt. Pleasant Military Academy, Sing Sing, N. Y. (Married.) Speclal partner in the banking firm of C. W. Morgan & Co., and of A. W. Reynolds, plumbing contractor. Treasurer Knickerbocker Loan Co. Member Gravesend Bay Yacht Club.

MORISON, ANDREW P.-Banker, 57 Broadway, New York City; residence Montclair, N. J. President Eastern Kentucky Development Co., Hutchinson-Jenkins Steel Co. and Tomahawk Copper and Zinc Mining Co. Member Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchange.

MORISON, GEORGE SHATTUCK-Civil Engineer, 35 Wall street, New York. Born in New Bedford, Mass., Dec. 19, 1842. Educated at Harvard (A.B., '63, A.M., '66 and LL.B., '66). Admitted to the Bar in 1866 but never practiced. Engaged in engineering in Kansas City, Mo., 1867-73; in New York City, 1873-87; in Chicago, Ill., 1887-98, and again in New York City since 1898. Appointed, in 1894 (by President Cleveland), a member of the board of engineers to determine the greatest practical length of span for a bridge across the North River in New York City; consulting engineer to New York City Department of Docks, 1895-7; also served as a member of the United States Isthmian Canal Commission. Was chief engineer on many important engineering works, principally bridges. Member Union, Engineers' and University Clubs, Chicago (I11.) Club, Down Town Association, American Geographical Society, American Society of Civil Engineers (past president), American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Institute of Mining Engineers and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

MORISON, SAMUEL L.-General Manager, 26 Cortlandt street, New York City; residence 3 Washington square, North. Born in Baltimore, Md., Oct. 28, 1851. Educated at Harvard ("73). (Married.) General manager and director New York Filter Mt'g Co. Ex-vice-president and director Jewell Export Filter Co. Member University, Engineers' and Manhattan Clubs, Rittenhouse Club of Philadelphia, Pa., and Society of the Cincinnati.

MORRELL, WILLIAM H.-Retired Merchant and Editor, 34 West 25th street, New York City. Born in London, Middlesex Co., Canada, Nov. 12, 1831.

Inherited Crown lands in Middlesex County deeded to

him by Lord Elgin, a cousin of Queen Victoria. Educated in New York City and Canada. (Single) Trav. eled extensively in America and Europe for over twenty years. Has contributed to numerous newspapers and was proprietor and editor of "The Albion," New York City, from 1863-9, and again in 1873. Offered a knighthood and life senatorship in Canada by Sir John Macdonald and Lord Monck, respectively, but declined both honors. Member American Geographical, New York Historical, New York Bible and American Tract Societies, Metropolitan Museum of Art, National Academy of Design and Mercantile Library; life member St. George's Society,

MORRIS, D. B. S.-Clergyman, Princeton Club, New York City, and Nanking, China. Born, Sept. 20, 1873. (Single.) Educated at Princeton. Member Princeton and Cap and Gown Clubs and Princeton University Alumni Association,

MORRIS, FORDHAM (Lieutenant)-Lawyer, 16 Exchange place, New York City; residence 45 East 30th street, Member of the firm of Morris & Steele. Member New York Yacht and Fordham Clubs, New York Historical and St. Nicholas Societies, Colonial Order, Military Order of the Loyal Legion, Lafayette Post, G. A. R., and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

MORRIS, FREDERICK P.-Publisher, foot of James Slip, New York City; residence 121 Jamaica avenue, Flushing, L. I. Director Flushing Bank and Long Island News Co.; trustee Masonic Hall and AsyTum Fund. Member Lotos, New York Press, Republic can and Transportation Clubs, and Republican and Niantic Clubs of Flushing.

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MORRIS, HENRY LEWIS_Lawyer, 16 Exchange place, New York City; residence 12 West 53d street. Born and educated in New York City. (Married.) Member of the firm of Morris, Sentell & Morris. Director New York Life Insurance and Trust Co. and Real Estate Trust Co. Member City, Metropolitan, Church, Riding, Lawyers' and Strollers' Clubs, American Geographical, St. Nicholas and Historical Societies, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Museum of Natural History.

MORRIS, JAMES-Lawyer, 11 Wall street, New York City; residence 31 Washington square, West. Member City Club, St. Nicholas Society, Columbia University Alumni Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

MORRIS, JOHN LEWIS–Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 108 North Geneva street. Degrees of A.M. and C.E. Sibley Professor of practical mechanics and machine construction at Cornell University.

MORRIS, JOHN P.-Lawyer, 164 Montague street, Brooklyn. Born and educated in Brooklyn. (Married.) Director Toledo, St. Louis and Kansas City R. R. Co.

MORRIS, NEWBOLD—Retired Lawyer, 52 East 72d street, New York City. Born in New York City, Jan. 12, 1868. Educated at Columbia (LL.B.). (Mar. ried Helen S. Kingsland.) Secretary of trustees of Teachers College, Columbia University. Was captain 12th Infantry, New York Volunteers, 1898. Member City, Metropolitan, Fencers' and National Arts Clubs, Sons of the Revolution, Columbia University Alumni Association, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, American Geographical and New York Zoological Societies and Delta Phi Fraternity.

MORRIS, PAUL WINTERS-Sculptor, 232 West 14th street, New York City. Born in Du. Quoin, Ill., Nov. 12, 1865. Educated at the University of Rochester (Single.) Designer of tablet on cruiser “Olympia." Member Rochester University and Reform Clubs and Psi Upsilon Fraternity.

MORRIS, ROBERT CLARK-Lawyer, 35 Nassau street, New York City; residence Hotel Savoy. Born in Connecticut. Educated at Yale (LL.B., LL.M. and D.C.L.). (Married Alice A. Parmelee, 1890.) Special lecturer on the French codes at Yale University. Member Yale and Republican Clubs, Society of the Cincinnati and Military Order of the Loyal Legion.

MORRIS, ROBERT TUTTLE_Physician and Surgeon, 58 West 56th street, New York City. Born in Seymour, Conn., May 14, 1857. Educated at Hopkins Grammar School in New Haven, Conn., at Cornell and at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University (M.D., '82). (Married.) Professor of surgery at New York Post-Graduate Medical School. Author of several medical and surgical works. Mem. ber Cornell, New York Athletic and Alpha Delta Phi Clubs, New England Society, Sons of the Revolution and of various local and international medical societies.

MORRIS, WILLIAM-Actor, 2 West 14th street, New York City; residence 211 West 107th street. Born in Boston, Mass., Jan. 1, 1864. Educated in Boston. (Married Etta Hawkins.) Was the first leading man of Charles Frohman's Stock Co., playing principal role in "Men and Women," "The Lost Paradise," "The Girl I Left Behind Me" and others, and starred in "The Adventures of Lady Ursula," 1900. Member Play. ers' Club.

MORRISON, CHARLES KING–Lawyer, 43 Cedar street, New York City; residence 691 Fifth avenue. Born in New York City, June 24, 1867. Educated by private tutors, at Cutler's School in New York City, Harvard (A.B., '91) and at Columbia (LL.B., '94). (Single.) Member of the firm of Morrison & Morrison. Special counsel for Manhattan Elevated Ry. Co. Member Metropolitan and Harvard Clubs, St. Andrew's Society, Society of Colonial Wars and Sons of the Revolution.

MORRISON, DAVID MITCHELL-Banker, 280 Broadway, New York City; residence 20 East 49th street. Born in New York City, Dec. 13, 1841. Educated in New York City. (Married.) President and trustee Washington Trust Co.; director North River Fire Insurance Co. and Preferred Accident Insurance Co.; trustee Greenwich Savings Bank. Member Union League, Merchants' and Riding Clubs, and Hamilton Club of Brooklyn.

MORRISON, EDWARD A.-Retired, 49 West 47th street, New York City. (Married.) Member New York Yacht, Larchmont Yacht and New York Athletic Clubs and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

MORRISON, EDWARD A., JR.-Dry Goods Merchant, 893 Broadway, New York City; residence 36 West 35th street. Member of the firm of Edward A. Morrison & Son Member New York Athletic, Man. hattan, Suburban Riding and Driving, Essex County (N. J.) Country, American Yacht, Larchmont Yacht and Lotos Clubs and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

MORRISON, FRANK E.-Manufacturer and Advertising Agent, 5 Beekman street, New York City: residence 482 Bedford avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Marlow, N. H., March, 1865. Educated at Marlow Acad. emy. (Single.) Eastern manager Morrison & Sommerman, advertising agents of Chicago; manager Granite State Evaporator Co. of Albany. Member Commercial and Atlantic Yacht Clubs, and Hanover Club of Brooklyn.

MORRIS, JOHN J. – Merchant, 66 White street, New York City; residence 111 Cambridge place, Brooklyn. Educated at New York University. Member Merchants, Delta Phi and Calumet Clubs, Holland Society and New York University Alumni Association.

MORRIS, LEWIS RUTHERFORD–Physician, 60 West 58th street, New York City. Educated at Bellevue Hospital Medical College ('84). (Married Katherine Stauffer, daughter of United States Senator William Clark of Montana, 1900.) Member Calumet, University Athletic and Metropolitan Clubs, Century Association, Musical Arts Society and Sons of the Revolution.

MORRIS, MOREAU - Medical Inspector, 55th street and Sixth avenue, New York City; residence 109 East 73d street. Born in Stillwater, Saratoga Co., N, Y., June 19, 1825. Educated at Clinton High School. (Married.) Health commissioner, 1866; superintendent Health Department, 1870-2; State cattle comissioner, 1871-2; surgeon 7th Regiment, N. G. N. Y., 1871-84; tenement house commissioner, 1884-5. Member 7th Regiment Veteran, American Public Health and College of Physicians and Surgeons Alumni Associations and Academy of Medicine.

MORRISON, GEORGE AUSTIN-Capitalist, 27 Beaver street, New York City; residence 691 Fifth avenue. President, chairman of board and director American Cotton Oil Co.; president and director N. K. Fairbank Co.; president-commissary HollandAmerican Cotton Oil Co.; vice-president and trustee Washington Trust Co.; director Terminal Warehouse Co. and Atlas Portland Cement Co.; trustee New York Life Insurance Co. Member Lawyers', Metropolitan, New York Yacht and Players' Clubs, National Academy of Design, Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Museum of Natural History.

MORRISON, GEORGE AUSTIN, JR.-Lawyer, 43 Cedar street, New York City; residence 691 Fifth ave. nue. Born in New York City, March 26, 1864. Educated in New York City, at Harvard (A.B., '87), at Columbia (M.A., '89) and at Columbia Law School (LL.B., '89). (Single.) Member of the firm of Morrison & Morrison. Secretary St. Andrew's Society, founded 1756. Author of "The King Family of Rhode Island," "The King Families in England"; also several burlesques and comic operas, and treatises on international questions. Member Metropolitan, Players', Lawyers' and New York Yacht Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson, St. Nicholas, American Geographical and St. Andrew's Societies, Sons of the Revolution and Society of Colonial Wars.

MORRISON, HARRY STEELE-Writer and Lecturer, 42 West 17th street, New York City. Born in Mattoon. III., Nov. 26, 1880.' Educated at Mattoon High School and in private schools in Chicago and New York City. At the age of sixteen made a tour in Europe and interviewed various monarchs and notabili. ties; on his return entered literary and lecture field and has lectured in the larger cities of the East. Author of "A Yankee Boy's Success."

MORRISON, HENRY PRENTICE-Civil EngiDeer, 21 Park row, New York City. Born in Troy, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1858. Educated in New York City public schools, at Clark's Academy ('76) and at New York University (B.S. and C.E.). Deputy commissioner and chief engineer of highways and sewers in the Department of Water Supply of New York City, with which he has been connected for many years. Member American Society of Civil Engineers.

MORRISON, LEWIS-Actor, Morrison Manor, Peekskill-on-Hudson. Born in Jamaica, West Indies, 1845. (Married Florence Roberts.) Served as an officer in the Union Army during Civil War. Made first theatrical

appearance in 1865; has supported Lawrence Barrett, Tomasso Salvini, Edwin Forrest and Edwin Booth. Now starring at the head of his own company.

MORRISON, ROBERT B.-Architect, 41 Wall street. New York City; residence 541 East 154th street. Member of the firm of Dodge & Morrison. Member Harlem Wheelmen.

MORRIS, THEODORE W.-Glass Merchant, 474 Greenwich street, New York City; residence 16 West 69th street, and Freehold, N. J. Born in New York City, Jan. 15, 1342. Educated at School of General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen and at College or the City of New York. (Married.) Member of the firm of Theo. W. Morris & Co. (est. 1837). Served as adjutant in 37th Regiment, N. G. N. Y., and as major on staff of Gen. William Hall during Civil War; was secretary of the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York for four years. President Northern Dispensary; director People's Bank, National Safe Deposit Co. and Indiana, Decatur and Western R. R. Co. Member New York Athletic and Wool (president) Clubs, General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen, Veteran Association of the 71st Regiment, N. G. N. Y., Sons of the American Revolution, Chamber of Commerce, Washington Association and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

MORROW, BENJAMIN ROWLAND-Physician, 207 Second avenue, New York City. Born in Pennsylvania, Sept. 9, 1851. Educated at Medical Department of New York University. (Married.) Medical examiner Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. and of the Fidelity and Casualty Co. Member Sons of the American Revolution, New York County Medical and New York City Medical Associations.

MORSE, CHARLES A., JR.-Banker, 44 Broadway, New York City; residence 166 Garfield place, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, 1868. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. (Single) Connected with George E. Armstrong & Co. Treasurer Federal Graphite Co. Formerly financial editor "Journal of Commerce.' Member Reform Club, Marine and Field and Crescent Athletic Clubs of Brooklyn, and Art Club of Philadelphia.

MORSE, CHARLES HENRY-Organist and Musical Conductor, The Breevort, Brooklyn. Born in Bradford, Mass., Jan. 5, 1853. Educated at Haverhill High School ("70), New England Conservatory of Music ('73) and at Boston University College of Music ('76). (Married Frances S. N. Kimball of West Fairlee, Vt., 1874.) Instructor in New England Conservatory of Music, 1873-7; professor of music at Wellesley College, 187584; director Northwestern Conservatory of Music, Minneapolis, Minn., 1885-91; organist and choirmaster in Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1891-9. Vice-president Department of Music of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences since its organization; trustee New England Conservatory of Music; musical editor of the "Plymouth Hymnal." Member New England Conservatory of Music Alumni Association.

MORSE, CHARLES W.-Capitalist, 18 Broadway, New York City; residence 724 Fifth avenue. Educated at Bowdoin ('77). President and director American Ice Co.; vice-president and director Garfield National Bank; director Bank of the State of New York, Sprague National Bank of Brooklyn, and City Trust Co. Member Union League, Metropolitan and University Clubs.

MORSE, DANIEL P.-Shoe Merchant, 134 Duane street, New York City; residence 530 Clinton avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Malone, N. Y., April 6, 1852. (Married.) President and director Morse & Rogers; director Irving National Bank, and Manufacturers' Trust Co. of Brooklyn. Member Arkwright, Reform and Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht Clubs, Crescent Athletic, Riding and Driving, and Lincoln Clubs of Brooklyn, and New England Society.

MORSE, DAVID R.-Manufacturer of Wire Goods and Ventilating Appliances, 45 Fulton street, New York City; residence 112 Fort Greene place, Brooklyn. Born in New Market, N. J., March 30, 1835.' Educated in Bloomfield, N. J., and New Hampton, N. H. (Widower.) Member of the firm of Howard & Morse. Treasurer and director Associated Manufacturers' Mutual Fire Insurance Corporation; second vice-president and trustee City Savings Bank of Brooklyn; director Manufacturers' Association of New York; trustee Washington Avenue Baptist Church of Brooklyn. Member Hardware Club, Oxford Club of Brooklyn (vice-president), Morse Society (treasurer and director), and Manufacturers' Association of Brooklyn.

MORSE, EDWIN WILSON-Editor, 153 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 201 West 54th street. Born in Natick, Mass., March 29, 1855. Educated at Harvard ('78). (Married.) Connected with Charles Scribner's Sons as literary adviser and editor. Member Harvard, University and Barnard Clubs.

MORSE, GEORGE R.-Railroads, 20 Broad street, New York City; residence 259 Edgecombe avenue. Born in Lockport, N. Y., 1854. Educated at Upper Canada College, Toronto. (Married.) Vice-president and treasurer Iowa Central Ry. Co. Member Heights Club, Montauk Lodge No. 286, F. & A. M. (past master), Jerusalem Chapter No. 8, R. A. M., and Coeur de Lion Commandery No. 23, K. T.

MORSE, HARRY F.-President, 18 Broadway, New York City; residence 487 West End avenue. Born in Bath, Me., Jan. 5, 1852. (Married.) President and director Morse Transportation Co.; treasurer and director Consolidated Ice Co. and Knickerbocker Steam Towage Co.; director Garfield National Bank and Knickerbocker Ice Co. Member Union League Club.

MORSE, HORACE J.-Banker, 18 Wall street, New York City; residence 820 St. Marks avenue, Brooklyn. Member of the firm of A. M. Kidder & Co. and of the New York Stock Exchange. Second vice-president and director People's Trust Co. of Brooklyn; director Trenton Potteries Co. Member Union League and Hanover Clubs of Brooklyn, and Ohio Society.

MORSE, JAMES HERBERT-Educator, 423 Madi. son avenue, New York City. Born in Hubbardston, Mass., Oct. 8, 1841. Educated at Harvard ('63). (Married Lucy, daughter of James Sloane Gibbons, 1870.) Principal of the Morse & Rogers School. A frequent contributor to current literature. Member Authors' and Schoolmasters' Clubs, Phi Beta Kappa Society and Century Association.

MORSE, JAMES HERBERT, JR.-Teacher, 423 Madison avenue, New York City. (Son of James Herbert and Lucy (Gibbons] Morse.) Educated at Harvard. Instructor in the Morse & Rogers School. Member Harvard Club.

MORSE, JAMIN SETH-Lawyer, 234 Broadway, New York City; residence 230 Central Park, South. Born in Brownhelm, Ohio, April 29, 1858. Educated at Oberlin College ('82) and Columbia Law School ('87). (Married.) President and director American Watchman's Time Detector Co. Member Plaza Republican and Quill Clubs, Ohio and Morse Societies, Baptist Social Union and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

MORSE, JEROME E-Publisher, 96 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 129 St. James place, Brooklyn. Born in Leominster, Worcester Co., Mass., Feb. 23, 1846. Educated at United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. (Married.) Was in command of the receiving training station, United States steamer Michigan, during Spanish-American War, Lieutenant on retired list, United States Navy. Vice-president, treasurer and director The Morse Co.; trustee Seamen's Friends Society and Adelphi College. Member Montauk Club of Brooklyn, Aldine Association, New England Society and Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences.

MORSE, RICHARD C.-Clergyman, 3 West 29th street, New York City; residence 13 West 129th street. Born in Hudson, N. Y., Sept. 19, 1841. Educated at Phillips Andover Academy, Yale ('62) and at Union and Princeton Theological ('67) Seminaries. (Married.) Was assistant editor "New York Observer," 1867-9. American secretary committee of the World's Conference of Y. M. C. A., and of American Committee of the World's Student Christian Federation, Member Yale Alumni Association and Y. M. C. A.

MORSE, SHERMAN-Publisher, Niagara Falls; residence Edgewood, De Veaux, Born in Canandai. gua, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1870. Educated at Yale ('91). (Married.) Manager The Gazette Publishing Co., publishers of the Niagara Falls “Daily Gazette." Was city editor "Buffalo Evening News." Member University Club of Buffalo, Zeta Psi Fraternity and Niagara Frontier Fish and Game Club.

MORSE, SIDNEY E.-Real Estate, 140 Nassau street, New York City; residence 113 East 95th street. Born in New York City, Nov. 25, 1835. Educated at Yale ('56). (Married.) President and director Palisade and Hudson River Land Co., vice-president and director Bunnell & Eno Investment Co.; editor and proprietor New York “Observer" from 1858 to 1873. Between the years of 1865 and 1873, filled every position on brigadier-general's staff, 2d Regiment, N. G. N. Y., from second lieutenant to lieutenant-colonel, chief of staff. Was commodore St. Augustine Yacht Club, Florida, 1877. Member University Club, Yale Alumni Association and New England ani St. Nicholas Societies.

MORSE, WALDO GRANT-Lawyer, 10 Wall street, New York City; residence Yonkers. Born in Rochester, N. Y., March 13, 1859. (Son of Adolphus and Mary E. (Grant) Morse.) Educated at the University of Rochester; studied law and was admitted to the Bar in 1884. (Married.) Served as Palisade Commissioner of the State of New York. Director Darien and Western R. R. Co., United States Savings and Loan Bank, National Gramaphone Corporation, Morse Society and Chester Goodale Marble Co. Member Blue Pencil (honorary), Reform, Lawyers' and Quill Clubs, American Bar and New York State Bar Associations, New England Society, American Academy of Political and Social Science, Sons of the Revolution, Society of Colonial Wars and Association of the Far of the City of New York.

MORSE, WILLIAM–Rubber Goods Manufacturer, 72 Reade street, New York City; residence Hacken

sack, N. J. Born in Malone, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1857. Educated at Annapolis Naval Academy. (Married.) Head of the firm of William Morse & Co. Member Hardware Club.

MORTON, BOWDITCH-Physician, 1 West 54th street, New York City. Born in Wellesley, Mass. Edu. cated at Harvard ('80). Member University Club, Society of Medical Jurisprudence and New York County Medical and Neurological Societies.

MORTON, HENRY-Educator, Stevens Institute of Technology;_residence River and Sixth streets, Hoboken, N. J. Born in New York City, Dec. 11, 1836. Educated at University of Pennsylvania; degrees of Ph.D., Sc.D. and LL.D. (Married.) President of Stevens Institute of Technology. Director Mexican Na. tional Construction Co. and Bacon Air Lift Co. For. merly professor of chemistry at University of Pennsylvania. Ex-resident secretary Franklin Institute of Philadelphia, and ex-member United States Light House Board Member American Philosophical and American Chemical Societies, American Society of Gas Engineers, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, National Academy of Design and others.

MORTON, LEVI PARSONS-Banker, 38 Nassau street, New York City; residence 681 Fifth avenue, and "Ellerslie," Rhinecliff-on-Hudson. Born in Shoreham, Vt., May 16, 1824, (a descendant of George Morton of Battery, Yorkshire, the financial agent in Lon. don of the Mayflower Pilgrims, who arrived at Plymouth, Mass., on the ship "Ann" in 1623; son of Rev. Daniel Oliver and Lucretia [Parsons] Morton.) Educated at Shoreham Academy. Received degree of LL.D. from Dartmouth College in 1891 and from Middlebury College in 1893. (Married Anna Livingston Street in 1873; they have five children, Edith Living. ston, Lena, Helen, Alice and Mary Morton.) Founded the banking houses of Levi P. Morton & Co, and Morton, Bliss & Co. of New York City; Morton, Rose & Co. and Morton, Chaplin & Co. of London, England; also the Morton Trust Co. of New York. Congressman from New York, 1879-81; United States Minister to France, 1881-5; Vice-President of the United States and President of the Senate, 1889-93; Governor of the State of New York, 1894-7. President and trustee Morton Trust Co. and Fifth Avenue Trust Co.; director Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. Guaranty Trust Co., Home Insurance Co., Traders' Fire Insurance Co. and Washington Life Insurance Co.; trustee Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co. Member Metropolitan, Union League, Republican, Union, Lawyers', Tuxedo and New York Press Clubs, Century and Down Town Associations, American Geographical, New England, American Fine Arts and New York Genealogical and Biographical Societies, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History, National Academy of Design and Sons of the American Revolution.

MORTON, WARNER G.-Wholesale Coal Dealer, 2 James street, Albany; residence 351 State street. Born in Pittsfield, Mass., March 2, 1851. Educated in Pittsfield. (Married.) Member Albany Country and Fort Orange Clubs, Transportation Club of New York City, and Park Club of Pittsfield, Mass.

MORTON, WILLIAM J.-Physician, 19 East 28th street, New York City; residence 200 West 107th street. Educated at Harvard ('67). Specialist in mental diseases. Member University Club, New York County Medical, Harvard Medical and New York Electrical Societies and American Medical Association.

MOSENTHAL HERMAN-Insurance, 46 Cedar street, New York City; residence 112 West 85th street. Born in Germany, Sept. 29, 1832. Educated in Germany. (Married.) Trustee Association for the Improved Instruction of Deaf Mutes. Was president Insurance Clerks' Mutual Benefit Association and secretary and trustee Liederkranz Society. Member Under. writers' Club, Liederkranz, and of many charitable and educational societies.

MOSENTHAL, PHILIP JAMES—Insurance, 46 Cedar street, New York City; residence 112 West 85th street. Educated at the College of the City of New York. Member of the firm of H. Mosenthal & Son. Member Reform and Good Government Clubs, Ameri. can Fine Arts and Phi Beta Kappa Societies, Lieder kranz and College of the City of New York Alumni As. sociation.

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