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MOXLEY, HARRY L.-Real Estate and Contractor, 320 Broadway, New York City; residence Upper Montclair, N. J. Born in Greenport, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1862. Educated in public schools. (Married.) Trustee Dry Goods Club.

Member of New York Assembly, 1875-6; Congressman, 1877-81, and 1883-7. Representing the Seventh District in the Fifty-sixth Congress, 1899-1901.

MOYNAN, THOMAS–Dry Goods Merchant, New Bedford, Mass.; residence 134 Hooper street, Brooklyn, and Parker House, New Bedford, Mass. Born in Athlone, Dublin, Ireland, 1852. Educated in Dublin. (Married.) Member of the firm of Moynan & Co. Formerly connected with E. S. Jaffray & Co. Member Hanover Club of Brooklyn, and Wamsutta, Dartmouth and Merchants' Clubs of New Bedford.

MULLER, PETER D.-Merchant and Banker, Truxton. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1848. Educated in Glens Falls, N. Y. (Married.) Director National Bank of Cortland, and Cortland Savings Bank. Member of the firm of Muller & Son, and connected with the Bryant Furniture Co.

MUH, ROBERT-Alderman, 8 City Hall, New York City; residence 513 West 47th street. Born in Leipzig, Germany, Feb. 25, 1851. Educated in New York City. Representing the Eighteenth District on the Board of Aldermen since 1892, and is chairman of the finance committee of that body.

MUHLEMAN, MAURICE L.-Deputy Assistant Treasurer of the United States, 28 Wall Street, New York York City; residence 214 West 112th street. Born in Alton, Ill., Nov. 27, 1852. Educated in St. Louis, Mo., and at Columbian University, Washington, D. C. Degrees of LL.B. and LL.M. (Married.) Connected with the United States Treasury Department since 1872; deputy assistant treasurer at the New York City Sub-Treasury since 1886. Treasurer and director Money Publishing Co., publishers of "Money,” a monthly magazine; director Profit Sharing Co. Author of "Money of the United States" and "Monetary Systems of the World." Member Colonial Club, Chamber of Commerce and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

MULLIGAN, THOMAS J.-Commissioner, Third and Tremont avenues, New York City; residence Williamsbridge. Born in Fallsburg, N. Y., 1852. Educated in public schools. Engaged in publishing business, 1876-98. Deputy commissioner of water supply for the Borough of The Bronx, New York City, since January, 1898. Organized the first fire departnient of Williamsbridge; was chairman of the Town and County Committee of Westchester for four years.

MULLIGAN, WILLIAM EDWARD-Organist and Choir Director, 489 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence Larchmont Manor. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., July 3, 1857. Educated in New York City. (Married.) Organist and choir master Fifth Avenue Collegiate Church. Was member of the Society of American Musicians and Composers; founder of the Organists' Guild; chairman programme committee, Music Teachers' National Association, Waldorf-Astoria, June, 1898. Member New York State Music Teachers' Association, Horse Shoe Harbor Yacht Club and Larchmont Fire Department.

MULQUEEN, MICHAEL J.-Lawyer, 253 Broad. way, New York City; residence Arverne, L. I. Educated at College of the City of New York. (Married a daughter of ex-Mayor Thomas F. Gilroy.) Member of the firm of Mulqueen & Mulqueen. President and director Arverne-by-the-Sea Association. Formerly instructor in the City College. Member Catholic, Democratic, Manhattan and Hardware Clubs.

MULFORD, HENRY JONES-Physician, 401 Delaware avenue, Buffalo; residence 597 Elmwood avenue. Born in Toledo, Ohio, Feb. 19, 1867. Educated in the United States. (Married.) Assistant to ear department of Buffalo Eye and Ear Infirmary; clinical assistant throat and nose department, University of Buffalo, and laryngologist to Erie County Hospital. Member Liberal and Independent Clubs.

MULFORD, LEWIS J.-Publisher, 189 Broadway, New York City; residence Montclair, N..J. Born in New York City, 1835. Educated in New York City. (Married.) President, treasurer and director Jewelers' Circular Publishing Co.

MULLALLY, THORNWELL-Lawyer, 30 Broad street, New York City; residence 167 West 79th street. Born in Columbia, s. C. Educated at Yale ('92) and at New York Law School ('94). (Single.) Member of the firm of Atterbury & Mullally. Member Squadron "A," N. G. N. Y., and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

MULLER, CARL-Banker, 54 Wall Street, New York City; residence 7 West 69th street. Born in Bremen, Germany, 1858. Educated in Bremen. (Married.) Member of the firm of Muller, Schall & Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange. Member German Club and Down Town Association.

MULVANY, HENRY P.-Sheriff, 280 Broadway, New York City; residence 147 East 33d street. Born in New York City, 1852. Educated in public schools. Connected with the sheriff's office since 1874; under sheriff since 1898. Member Democratic Club, Tammany Society and Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.

MUNDE, PAUL FORTUNATUS–Physician, 20 West 45th street, New York City. Born in Dresden, Germany, Sept. 7, 1846. (Son of Charles Mundé.) Educated at Boston (Mass.) Latin School, Harvard University and in Vienna, Austria. (Married.) Acting medical cadet in United States Army, 1864; volunteer assistant surgeon in war between Prussia and South Germany, 1866; battalion surgeon in Bavarian Army with rank of first lieutenant during Franco-German War, 1870-1; resident physician to the Würzburg (Germany) Maternity, 1867-70. Practicing in New York City since 1873. Emeritus professor of gynecology at New York Polyclinic; professor of gynecology at Dartmouth College; gynecologist to Mount Sinai Hospital; consulting surgeon to City, Maternity, Mothers and Babies', and Skin and Cancer Hospitals. Author of several medical and surgical works. Member Union League, South Side Sportsmen's and Riding Clubs, American Gynecological (ex-president) and New York Obstetrical Societies and many other scientific organizations.

MUMFORD, GEORGE D.-Lawyer, 11 William street, New York City; residence 30 West 24th street. Born in San Francisco, Cal., May 9, 1870. Educated at Columbia ('89), at Harvard Law School and in Heidelberg and Leipzig, Germany. (Married.) Member of the firm of Mumford & Bean. Member University, Lambs', Harvard and Phi Delta Phi Clubs and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

MULLER, CARL CHRISTIAN-Teacher of Harmony, 109 East 14th street; residence 1291 Lexington avenue. Born in Meiningen, Germany, July 3, 1831. Educated in Meiningen. (Single.) Teacher of harmony at New York College of Music; chairman of harmony committee New York State Music Teachers' Association, Translator of Schubert's "Fundamental Harmonics" and author of "Tables for the Writing of Harmonic Exercises." Member Manuscript Club, Liederkranz and Aschenbrödel Verein.

MULLER, LOUIS GARDNER — President, 156 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence Hotel San Remo. Born in New York City, Dec. 7, 1861. Educated in Hoboken, N. J. President Automatic Mitre Clamp Co.; treasurer Greenpoint Lumber Co. Member Colonial Club and 7th Regiment, N. G. N. Y.

MULLER, NICHOLAS-Congressman, House of Representatives. Washington, D. C., and Railroad Agent, 1 Broadway, New York City; residence New Brighton, s. I. Born in Luxembourg, Germany, Nov. 15, 1836. Educated at the University of Luxembourg.

MUNFORD, IRVING H.-Vice-President and Secretary, 18 Broadway, New York City; residence 374 Fifth avenue. Born in Tennessee. Educated at Southwestern University. (Single.) Vice-president and director Hildreth Varnish Co.; secretary and director Kingston Carriage Co. Member Engineers', Richmond County Country and New York Railroad Clubs and Southern Society.

Member of the firm of George Munro's Sons. Member Lotos, Fulton, Larchmont Yacht and American Yacht Clubs.

MUNROE, GEORGE E.-Physician, 43 East 330 street, New York City. Educated at Yale. Member University and Yale Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsleyon-Hudson, and Century Association.

MUNGER, EUGENE H.-Accountant, 873 Broadway, New York City; residence 225 East 124th street. Born in Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1844. Educated at Trinity School, New York City. (Single.) Credit clerk Aitken, Son & Co. Formerly president, now trustee of Safety Co-operative Building Loan and Savings Association of New York City. Member Aldine Association.

MUNGER, GEORGE C.-Lawyer, 22 Snow Building, Syracuse; residence 212 Delaware street. Born in Sodus, N. Y., Jan. 29, 1865. Educated at Cornell. (Married.) Member Citizens' and University Clubs and Syracuse Historical Association.

MUNIER, VINCENT M. – Dental Surgeon, 120 West 87th street, New York City; residence 256 West 84th street. Born in New York City, Dec. 2, 1866. Educated in New York City. (Married.) Member Baptist Social Union, Sons of the American Revolution and First Di ct De tal Society of New Yo State

MUNROE, HENRY S.-Professor, 116th street and Morningside Heights, New York City; residence 45 Sidney place, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, March 25, 1850. Educated at School of Mines of Columbia University (E.M., '69 and Ph.D., "76). (Married Alice M. Brown of Brownville, N. Y., 1882.) Assistant chemist to United States Department of Agriculture, 1870-2; assistant geologist and mining engineer on Yesso (Japan) Geological Survey, 1872-5; professor of geology and mining at University of Tokio, Japan, 1875-6; adjunct professor of mining at Columbia University, 1877-91; professor of same since 1891 and Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science since 1897. Member American Institute of Mining Engineers.

MUNSELL, CHARLES EDWARD-Chemist, 100 Horatio street, New York City; residence 345 West 14th street. Born in New York City, April 22, 1858. Educated at School of Mines of Columbia University (Ph.B., '78 and Ph.D., '84). (Single.) Milk inspector to the New York State Board of Health, 1881-3, and to the New York City Health Department, 1880-5. Analyst and chemist for F. W. Devoe & C. T. Raynolds Co. since 1886. Member Twilight Club, New York Historical and American Chemical Societies and New York Academy of Sciences.

MUNN, A. GODWIN, JR.--Cotton Broker, 56 Beaver street, New York City; residence Bogota, N. J. Born in New Jersey, Nov. 24, 1858. Educated in New York City. (Married.) Member of the firm of S. Munn, Son & Co. Treasurer and director Saratoga Vichy Spring Co.

MUNN, CHARLES A.-Editor and Publisher, 361 Broadway, New York City. Born in New York City. Educated at Princeton ('81). Treasurer and director Munn & Co., publishers of the "Scientific American." Member Princeton, Union, Grolier, University, Racquet and Tennis, and Merchants' Clubs, Essex County Country Club of Orange, N. J., New England Society and Century Association.

MUNN, HENRY NORCROSS-Retired Publisher, 361 Broadway, New York City; residence 281 Lexington avenue. Formerly connected with the firm of Munn & Co., publishers of the "Scientific American." Member Merchants', Union and Essex County (N. J.) Country Clubs, New England Society and Sons of the Revolution.

MUNN, JOHN P.-Physician, 261 Broadway, New York City; residence 18 West 58th street. Director United States Life Insurance Co., Texas and Pacific Ry. Co., Richmond Ry. and Electric Co., Poughkeepsie and Eastern R. R. Co., Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., Central Gas Light Co. and Albia and Centerville Ry. Co. Member Delta Kappa Epsilon, Racquet and Tennis, New York Athletic and Reform Clubs and New England and Phi Beta Kappa Societies.

MUNSELL, FRANK–Retired Publisher, Albany. Born in Albany, June 19, 1857. Educated in private schools and at Albany Academy. (Single.) Author of "Bibliography of Albany" and "Munsell Genealogy." Edited "American Ancestry," "Genealogical Index" and "American Genealogist,"

MUNSEY, FRANK ANDREW-Publisher, 111 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence Union League Club. Born in Mercer, Me., Aug. 21, 1854. Educated in public schools. (Single.) Resident of New York City since 1882. Founded "Munsey's Weekly" in 1890 which was changed to “Munsey's Magazine" in 1891, whcih he still publishes; also publishes “The Puritan," “The Junior Munsey" and "The Quaker." Author of "Under Fire," "Afloat in a Great City," "The Boy Broker” and “A Tragedy of Errors." President and director Mohican Co. Member Union League, Riding, Lambs', St. Andrew's Golf and Ardsley Golf Clubs, Aldine Association, New England Society and Chember of Commerce.

MUNN, ORSON DESAIX-Publisher, 361 Broadway, New York City; residence 14 East 22d street. Born in Monson, Mass., June 11, 1824. Educated at Monson Academy. (Married Julia Augusta Allen.) Began business as clerk in a country store. In 1846 removed to New York City where he established (with Alfred E. Beach) the firm of Munn & Co., and began the publication of the "Scientific American." Established a bureau for soliciting patents in the United States and foreign countries. Has had professional relations with most of the distinguished inventors or the last half century, among whom were Professor S. F. B. Morse, Peter Cooper, Commodore Stevens and R. J. Gatling. Has a summer home of sixty acres in Llewellyn Park, Orange, N. J.; also owns the Locust Grove Farm on Orange Mountain near his country residence where he raises the celebrated Dutch belted cattle. Fellow National Academy of Design; member Union, Union League and Merchants' Clubs, New York Society of the Sons of the Revolution and New England Society.

MUNSON, JAMES EUGENE-Stenographer and Author, 154 Nassau street, New York City; residence 1186 Lexington avenue. Born in Paris, Oneida Co., N. Y., May 12, 1835. Educated at Cazenovia Seminary and at Amherst College. Resident of New York City since 1857. Has been an official court stenographer for over thirty years. Expended much labor in simplifying existing systems of shorthand, the result being the “Munson System.” Has invented a process of setting type automatically; also assisted in inventing a machine for operating typewriting machines by telegraph. President and director Munson Phonographic Publishing Co. Author of "The Complete Phonographer," "The Art of Phonography." "Dictionary of Practical Phonography," "Munson's Phonography" and other works of a similar nature.

MUNRO, DAVID ALEXANDER-Editor and Publisher, 291 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 324 President street, Brooklyn. Born in Maryburgh, Scotland. Educated at the University of Edinburgh (A.M., '72). Was connected with the literary department of Harper & Bros. for many years. Became connected with the “North American Review" in 1889, and has been its editor since 1896. Director North American Review Publishing Co. Member Players', and British Schools and Universities Clubs.

MUNRO. GEORGE W.-Publisher, 23 Vandewater street, New York City; residence 16 East 78th street.

MUNSON, SAMUEL L.-Manufacturer, Albany: residence 84 Lancaster street. Born in Huntington, Mass. Educated at Williston Seminary, East Hampton, Mass. (Married.) Director Chamber of Commerce and National Exchange Bank; secretary and trustee Home Savings Bank; trustee Madison Avenue Reformed Church. Member Fort Orange and Coun

try Clubs, Sons of the Revolution, Colonial, Ark. . wright and Republican Clubs and New England Society of New York City, Master's Lodge, Temple Chapter, and Teniple Commandery, F. & A. M.

MUNZIG, GEORGE C.-Portrait Artist, 627 Madison avenue, New York City. Born in Boston, Mass.,

1855. Educated in Boston and New York. (Single.) Studied in Paris, France, in the studio of Julien & Lefevre. Has painted portraits of many well-known and distinguishea Americans. Member Lambs' and Fencers' Clubs, and 1 avern and St. Botolph Clubs of Boston, Mass.

MURDOCK, HARVEY-Contractor, 140 Nassau street, New York City; residence 11 Montgomery place, Brooklyn. Member Lawyers' and Colonial Clubs, and Marine and Field, Montauk and Crescent Athletic Clubs of Brooklyn.

MURPHY, CHARLES A.-Lawyer, 15 Wall street, New York City; residence 28 Garden place, Brooklyn. Born in Philadelphia, Pa., July 23, 1857. (Married.) Member of the firm of Murphy & Metcalf. Member Lawyers' Club, and Hamilton and Marine and Field Clubs of Brooklyn.

MURPHY, CHARLES F.-Commissioner, Pier A, North River, New York City; residence 322 East 21st street. Born in New York City, June 20, 1858. Educated in public schools. Commissioner of docks and ferries of the City of New York and treasurer of the board, Chairman of the Tammany Hall Democracy of the Sixteenth Assembly District since 1892.

MURPHY, DEAS-Physician, 133 West 47th street, New York City. Educated at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University. Member University Athletic, Camera and New York Athletic Clubs, Southern Society and Columbia University Alumni Association.

MURPHY, EDWARD, JR.-Brewer, 35th street and Twelfth avenue, New York City; residence Troy. Born in Troy, Dec. 15, 1836. Educated at St. John's College, Fordham. (Married.) Mayor of Troy, 187583; chairman of New York State Democratic Committee, 1887-95; United States Senator, 1893-9. Delegate to National Democratic Conventions of 1880, 1884 and 1888; chairman of the delegation in 1892; delegate-atlarge in 1896 and 1900. Member Manhattan Club.

MURPHY, EDWARD H.-Lawyer, 280 Broadway, New York City; residence Point Pleasant Beach, N. J. Born in New York City, Aug. 20, 1844. Educated in public schools, at Columbia College Law School and at University of Pennsylvania Law Department. (Married.) Member of the firm of Murphy & Joyce.

MURPHY, JOHN FRANCIS-Artist, 222 West 23d street, New York City. Born in Oswego, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1853. Educated in common schools. Resident of New York City since 1875. Makes a specialty of landscapes. Executed the painting "Tints of a Vanished Past," which was awarded the second Hallgarten prize in 1885. Member Salmagundi and Catholic Clubs, Century Association, Society of American Artists, American Water Color Society and National Academy of Design.

MURPHY, MICHAEL C. - Commissioner, 55th street and Sixth avenue, New York City; residence 582 Broome street. Born in Killmallock, County Limerick, Ireland, March 7, 1841. Educated in New York City public schools. Served with Ellsworth's Zouaves and with Corcoran's Irish Legion during Civil War and was mustered out with rank of colonel. Represented the First District in the New York State Assembly, 1868-73; State senator, 1884-9. Now president of the Health Board of the City of New York. Member Democratic Club.

MURPHY, ROBERT H. G.-Capitalist, 312 Clinton avenue, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, April 10, 1843. Educated in city public schools. (Married.) Member Union League and Young Republican Clubs.

MURPHY, THOMAS E.-Roman Catholic Clergyman, 30 West 16th street, New York City. Born in New York City, Jan 27, 1856. Educated in public schools and at St. Francis Xavier College; also studied in Canada, West-Park-on-Hudson, N. Y., and at Woodstock (Md.) College. Member of the Society of Jesus. Professor of Greek and Latin at Georgetown University, 1882-7; vice-president of same, 1891-3; president of St. Francis Xavier College since 1894.

MURPHY, WILLIAM D.-Real Estate and Stocks, 2 Wall street, New York City; residence 40 East 49th street. Born in New York City, Jan. 4, 1859. Educated

at Anthon Grammar School and Dolbear's Business College, New York City. (Married.) Member of the Real Estate Exchange. Member Republican, National Arts and Camera Clubs, New York Historical and St. Nicholas Societies, Institute of Civics, Baptist Social Union and Chamber of Commerce.

MURRAY, A. GORDON-Lawyer, 34 Pine street, New York City; residence 72 East 34th street. Educated at Cutler School, New York City, and Princeton University. (Single.) Member University Athletic and Princeton Clubs.

MURRAY, AMBROSE SPENCER, JR.–Lawyer, 22 William street, New York City; residence 247 Fifth avenue. Member of the firm of Murray, Bennett & Ingersoll. Secretary and director Dansville and Mount Morris R. R. Co. and Mohegan Granite Quarrying Co.; director Wyoming Coal Co. Member University and Church Clubs, Century, Trinity College Alumni and Dow Town Associations and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

MURRAY, CHARLES H.-Lawyer, 115 Broadway, New York City; residence 661 Fifth avenue. Born in San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 2, 1855. Educated in New York City. (Married.) Formerly Supervisor Federal Census of 1890, speciab United States District Attorney, New York City police commissioner and aqueduct commissioner. Member Republican, New York Athletic and Larchmont Yacht Clubs, Society of Foreign Wars, Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of the Rev. olution, St. Nicholas and Huguenot Societies, Military Order of the Loyal Legion, Society of the War of 1812, and Sons of the American Revolution.

MURRAY, DANIEL ALEXANDER-Instructor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 107 Cascadilla place. Degree of Ph.D. Instructor in mathematics at Cornell University.

MURRAY, DAVID-Lawyer, 35 Nassau street, New York City; residence Delhi. Born in Delhi, March 14, 1855. Educated at Delaware Academy, Delhi, and Rutgers College ('76). (Married.) Member of the firm of Murray & Hartridge. Member University Club.

MURRAY, FRANCIS WISNER-Physician and Professor, 32 West 39th street, New York City. Degree of A.B. and M.D. Professor of clinical surgery at Cornell University Medical College; surgeon to St. Luke's and New York Hospitals. Member Rockaway Hunting and Union Clubs and Yale Alumni and Century Associations.

MUP.RAY, GEORGE WELWOOD-Lawyer, 35 Wall street, New York City; residence 77 Mountain avenue, Montclair, N. J. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, March 8, 1856. (Son of Welwood Murray.) Educated in New York City public schools and at Columbia College Law School ('76). (Married.) Member of the firm of Howland & Murray. Practicing in New York City since his admission to the Bar in 1877. Director Lake Superior Consolidated Iron Mines, Bessemer Steamship Co., Wisconsin Steel Co. and Lawyers' Surety Co. Member Montclair (N. J.) Club and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

MURRAY, JAMES B.-Lawyer, 69 Wall Street, New York City; residence 238 West 52d street. Educated in the United States, Paris and Dresden, and at Columbia College and Law School. (Single.) Practicing in New York City since his admission to the Bar in 1875. Member City Club, Down Town Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

MURRAY, LINDLEY, JR.-Insurance, 50 Wall street, New York City; residence 6 Clark street, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, Jan. 25, 1846. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. (Married.) President and director Empire City Fire Insurance Co.; vicepresident and director Fire Insurance Salvage Corps of Brooklyn; treasurer and director New York Board of Fire Underwriters. Member Hamilton Club and Brooklyn League of Brooklyn.

MURRAY, LINWOOD A.-Electrical and Mechanical Engineer, Tottenville, s. I. Born in Washington, Me., Sept. 3, 1873. Educated at Cornell ('94). (Single.) Secretary and treasurer Murray Mf'g Co. Member Cornell University Club and F. & A. M.

MURRAY, ROBERT D.-Lawyer, 30 Broad street, and 346 Broadway, New York City; residence 47 East 28th street. Born in Gardner, Me., Nov. 3, 1863. Educated at Columbia ('85). (Single.) Director Ann Arbor R. R. Co. Member University, University Athletic and Richmond Hill Golf Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson, Association of the Bar of the City of New York and Columbia University Alumni Association.

MURRAY, ROBERT I.-General Agent, 149 Broadway, New York City; residence 593 West End avenue. Born in Vew York City, June 6, 1851. Educated in private schools of New York City and Flushing. (Married.) Treasurer and ex-president New York Bible Society; New York manager Provident Life and Trust Co. of Philadelphia. Ex-president Life Underwriters' Association. Member Lotos and Underwriters' Clubs.

MYERS, ALFRED EDWARDS--Clergyman, 1 West 29th street, New York City; residence 309 West 70th street. Born in New York City, Dec. 29, 1844. Educated at Williams College, Theological Seminary of New Brunswick (N. J.), Princeton Theological Seminary and Union Theological Seminary. (Married.) Clergyman of the Reformed Church in America. Associate pastor of the Collegiate Reformed Church at Fifth avenue and 29th street.

MYERS, ANGELO L.-Retired, 103 East 37th street, New York City, and Stamford, Conn. Born in New York City, 1834. (Married.) Member New York Club.

MYERS, GEORGE LAWRENCE-Banker and Broker, 20 Broad street, New York City; residence 40 West 38th street. Born in New York City, Feb. 22, 1872. (Son of Theodore and Rosalie [Hart] Myers.) Educated at Drisler School and Columbia (93). (Married Mabel Shaw.) Member of the firm of Theodore W. Myers & Son, members of the New York Stock Exchange. Lieutenant in 12th Regiment, N. G. N. Y. Treasurer and director National Electric Car Lighting Co. Member New York Athletic, Manhattan, Democratic and Rockaway Hunting Clubs, Society of the War of 1812, and Columbia University Alumni Association.

MYERS, THADDEUS HALSTED-Physician and Surgeon, 54 West 50th street, New York City. Born in Yonkers, N. Y., 1859. Educated at Yale ('81) and at College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University (M.D.). (Married Sadie Hawley, 1897.) Attending orthopaedic surgeon St. Luke's Hospital; consulting surgeon New York Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospital and orthopaedic surgeon New York Foundling Hospital. Member Richmond Hill Golf, Yale and University Clubs and Century Association.

MURRAY, RUSSELL-Importer, 100 Grand street, New York City; residence 10 West 11th street. Born in Goshen, N. Y., 1852. Educated at Trinity College ('73). (Married.) Director Gould-Mersereau Co. Member Union and University Clubs and Sons of the Revolution.

MURRAY, WILLIAM JOSEPH - Publisher21 Park row, New York City; residence 631 West 144th street. Born in New York City, Dec. 6, 1874. Educated at Annunciation School. (Single.) Secretary Biographical Directory Co., publishers of the "Biographical Directory of the State of New York."

MUURLING, IDO JAN REINHART-President, 40 Stone street, New York City; residence 170 Central Park, South. Born in Groningen, Holland, Aug. 19, 1848. Educated at the University of Groningen, Holland. (Married.) Connected with the Farbenfabriken of Elberfeld Co. Formerly consul of the Netherlands at Lisbon, Portugal. Member New York Athletic, Lawyers' and Rockaway Hunting Clubs.

MYER, ALBERT J.-Lawyer, Buffalo; residence Lake View, Erie County. Born in New York City, Aug. 15, 1862. Educated at St. Paul's School, Garden City, L. I., at Hobart College and at Harvard Law School. (Married.) Was regimental adjutant 3d New York Volunteers and major 2020 New York Volunteers. Member Buffalo and Saturn Clubs, Army and Navy Club of New York City, Sons of the Revolution, Holland Society, Military Order of the Loyal Legion, Society of Colonial Wars, Harvard Alumni Association, and Naval and Military Order of the Spanish-American War.

MYER, ISAAC-Lawyer and Author, 21 East 60th street, New York City. Born in Philadelphia, Pa., March 5, 1836. Educated in academies and at University of Pennsylvania Law Department. (Married.) Author of "Presidential Power Over Personal Liberty" (1862), “The Waterloo Medal" (1885), “The Qabbalah," "On Dreams by Synesius" (1888), "Scarabs" (1894) and “The Oldest Books in the World." Member Nineteenth Century Club, Philadelphia Cricket, Oriental and Penn Clubs of Philadelphia, Pa., New York Historical, Pennsylvania Historical, New England and Holland Societies, Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of the Revolution, Colonial Order, Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of Philadelphia, Pa., Royal Numismatic Society of Belgium, Society of American Authors, Huguenot Society of America and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

MYERS, THEODORE WALTER-Banker and Broker, 20 Broad street, New York City; residence 21 West 46th street. Born in New York City, Jan. 11, 1844. Educated in private schools. (Married.) Served as captain of the 3d Regiment, Sickle's Brigade, during Civil War; was connected with the N. G. N. Y. for many years and advanced to the rank of captain. Park commissioner, New York City, 1887; comptroller 1888-93. Now member of the firm of Theodore W. Myers & Son and of the New York Stock Exchange. Director National Electric Car Lighting Co., North American Life Insurance Co. and Pycott Manufacturing Co.; trustee Colonial Trust Co. Member Manhattan, New York, New York Yacht, New York Athletic, Rockaway Hunting, Turf and Field and Lawyers' Clubs and American Geographical Society.

MYERS, R. M.-Wholesale Paper Dealer, Commercial Bank, Rochester; residence 4 Arnold Park. Born in Fort Herkimer, N. Y. (Married.) Served in United States Navy during Civil War. Resident of Rochester since 1874. Vice-president and director Commercial Bank; director Rochester Trust and Safe Deposit Co. and Citizens' Light and Power Co. Member Rochester Whist Club.

MYLES, ROBERT CUNNINGHAM-Physician, 46 West 38th street, New York City. Educated at Tulane University Medical Department. New Orleans, La., ('74). (Married.) Assistant surgeon New Amsterdam Eye and Ear Hospital; professor otology and adjunct professor of rhinology and laryngology, New York Polyclinic. Member American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological, New York County Medical, New York Pathological and Southern Societies, Mississippi State Medical Association (honorary) and New York Academy of Medicine.

MYERLE, DAVID-Physician, 572 Bedford avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Boston, Mass., May 26, 1855. Educated at Long Island College Hospital. (Married.) Attending physician Bushwick Hospital and Eastern District Industrial School and Home. Was visiting surgeon Eastern District Hospital, and secretary Medical Society of the County of Kings. Member Hanover Club of Brooklyn, Royal Arcanum Outing Club, Nassau Wheelmen, Medical Society of the County of Kings, and Brooklyn Pathological Society.

MYERS, ALBERT-Physician, 122 East Third street, Jamestown; residence Spring and Third streets. Born in Toronto, Canada, Dec. 6, 1866. Educated in Toronto, at Trinity University ('87) and in London, Edinburgh, Paris and Berlin. (Single.) Fellow of Trinity College of Medicine; member College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario; visiting surgeon Jamestown Hospital. Member Jamestown Club.

MYNDERSE, WILHELMUS–Lawyer. 54 Wall street, New York City; residence 94 Joralemon street, Brooklyn. Born in Seneca Falls, N. Y., Nov. 25, 1849. Educated at Mount Pleasant Military Academy, Sing Sing, N. Y., Williams College ('71) and Columbia Law School ('75). (Married.) Member of the firm of Butler, Notman, Joline & Mynderse. Director Long Island Historical Society, Brooklyn Hospital, Church Charity Foundation of Long Island, and American and Foreign Marine Insurance Co. Member Grolier, University, Sigma Phi and Church Clubs, Hamilton Club of Brooklyn, and Down Town Association.

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of police of New York. Member New York Neurological and County Medical Societies, New York State Medical and American Climatological Associations, and Academy of Medicine.

NANNY, HARRISON W.-Lawyer, Goshen. Born June 27, 1845. Educated at Union College ('68). President of the village of Goshen. Member Union College Alumni Association and Sons of the Revolution.

NADAL, CHARLES C.-Lawyer, 97 Cedar, street, New York City; residence 142 East 35th street. Born in Greencastle, Ind., Dec. 8, 1855. Educated in Madison, N. J., and at Columbia Law School. (Married.) Member of the firm of Nadal, Smyth, Carrère & Trafford. Counsel to Fidelity and Casualty Co. Member Democratic, City and Fencers' Clubs, Southern Society and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

NAEGELE, CHARLES FREDERICK – Portrait and Figure Painter, 318 West 57th street, New York City. Born in Knoxville, Tenn., May 8, 1857. Educated in common schools of Memphis. (Married Lisette F., daughter of Captain Edwin J. Stivers, United States Army.) Studied art in New York City under C. Myles Collier, William Sartain and William M. Chase. Was awarded a prize for designing a medal, commemorative of the Columbus Quadro-Centennial Celebration in New York City, 1892. Has painted the portraits of Peter Cooper, Charles L. Tiffany, Roswell P. Flower, Gen. Joseph D. Bryant, Gen. Edwin A. McAlpin, John W. Gates, William Woodward, Jr., Franklin V. Edson, Waldo Hutchins and many others. Member Salmagundi Club and National Institute.

NAGEL, J. DARWIN-Physician, 61 West 35th street, New York City. Born in Galgocz, Hungary, Nov. 20, 1867. Educated at Lutheran Gymnasium in Budapest, in Vienna and Paris, and at New York College of Physicians and Surgeons. (Married.) Visiting physician French Hospital. Honorary member Société Royale de Medicine in Brussels, Belgium. Member Twilight Club and Academy of Medicine.

NAGLE, JOHN T.-Physician, 21 Park row, New York City; residence 47 East 21st street. Born, 1843. (Son of Garrett and Ellen [Croker] Nagle.) Educated at New York City Public School No. 14, New York Free Academy (now the College of the City of New York) and at New York Ophthalmic Hospital (M.D., "64). Served in a surgical capacity in United States Army during Civil War and was commended for conspicuous bravery in action. Was appointed on the New York City Board of Health in 1869; has served successively as assistant sanitary inspector, sanitary inspector, deputy register of records, register of records, and is now and has been since January, 1898, chief of the Bureau of Municipal Statistics. Member Press, New York Athletic, Camera, Iroquois, Seneca and Sagamore Clubs, Medico-Legal and Medical and Surgical Societies, American Public Health Association, Medical Society of the County of New York, New York Academy of Medicine and Tammany Society.

NAPIER, A. MILTON-Architect, 25 West 26th street, New York City; residence 50 St. John's place, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, Feb. 13, 1870. Educated at the College of the City of New York. (Single.) Director and general manager Tide-Water Building Co. Member Transportation Club, Architectural League and American Institute of Architects (Brooklyn Chapter).

NASH, EDWARD STEPHEN–Secretary, 70 Broad street, New York City; residence 116 West 56th street. Member Union League and Union Clubs and St. Nicholas Society.

NASH, J. BURNET-Lawyer, 30 Broad street, New York City; residence 329 West 83d street. Born in Syracuse, N. Y., June 17, 1872. (Son of Spencer M. and Margaret Barber [Burnet] Nash.) Educated at Syracuse High School, Yale College ('95) and at New York Law School (LL.B.). (Married Cordelia Cogswell Dana of Syracuse.) Member Yale Club.

NASH, JAMES R.-Broker, 35 Wall Street, New York City; residence 111 East 37th street. Born in New York City, Oct. 4, 1868. Educated at Trinity College, Williams College ('89) and at Columbia Law School ('93). (Single) Member of the firm of Nash & Weed. Member University Club and Williams College Alumni Association.

NASH, JOHN MCLEAN-Lawyer, 63 Wall street, New York City; residence 11 West 19th street. Educated at Columbia ('68). Member of the firm of S. P. & J. McL. Nash. Member City, University, Union, University Glee and Church Clubs, Columbia University Alumni and Century Associations and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

NASH, STEPHEN P.-Lawyer, 63 Wall Street, New York City; residence 11 West 19th street. Educated at Columbia. Member of the firm of S. P. & J. McL. Nash. Trustee of Columbia University. Member Church and Barnard Clubs, Century and Down Town Associations, Scientific Alliance, National Academy of Design and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

NASH, THOMAS–Architect, 64 Cedar street, New York City; residence 11 West 19th street. Educated at Columbia. Member University Club, Union League Club of Brooklyn, Columbia University Alumni and Century Associations and Architectural League.

NASH, WARREN B.-Storage, 68 Broad street, New York City; residence 80 Madison avenue. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 1, 1871. Educated at Yale. Treasurer and director Atlantic Storage Co.; secretary and director Baltic Realty Co. and Brooklyn Wharf Transfer Co.; treasurer Brooklyn Wharf and Warehouse Co. Member Racquet and Tennis, and University Clubs. Country Club of Westchester, and Yale Alumni Association.

NASH, WILLIAM A.-Banker, 11 William street, New York City; residence 19 West 73d street. Born in Hudson, N. Y., Jan. 18, 1940. (Married.) President and director Corn Exchange Bank, Lykens Valley R. R. and Coal Co. and New York and East River Ferry Co.; vice-president and director Audit Co. of New York, Brooklyn Wharf and Warehouse Co., International Elevating Co. and Nassau National Bank of Brooklyn; vice-president and trustee State Trust Co.;

NAGLE, PERCY-Commissioner, 21 Park row, New York City: residence 6 East 130th street. Born in County Cork, Ireland, about 1861. Educated in public schools in New York City. Appointed street cleaning commissioner in March, 1900. Member Harlem Rowing Club, Tammany Society and others.

NALL, GEORGE A.-Lawyer, 204 Montague street, Brooklyn; residence 5 South Oxford street. Born in Detroit, Mich., March 18, 1868. Educated at Cornell University and Law College. (Married.) Member of the firm of Nall & Hatch. Treasurer Long Island Free Library; director Hardy & Co. Member Cornell Club, and Delta Chi Fraternity

NAMMACK, CHARLES EDWARD -- Physician and Professor, 42 East 29th street, New York City. Born in New York City, June 24, 1856. Educated in public schools, at St. Francis Xavier College and Bellevue Hospital Medical College. (Married.) Formerly examining surgeon for pensions, United States Government, and consulting physician to Gouverneur Hospital, New York City. Now professor of clinical medicine, Cornell University Medical College, New York City: physician to Bellevue Hospital and Out Patient Department of New York Hospital; surgeon

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