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American Physical Society and other scientific organizations; member Reform Club of New York City, Town and Gown Club and Delta Upsilon Fraternity.
NICHOLS, EFFINGHAM H.-Lawyer, 47 Cedar street, New York City; residence 620 Fifth avenue. Educated at Yale. Member Union League and Church Clubs, Yale Alumni Association and National Academy of Design.
NICHOLS, ERICKSON NORMAN - Broker, 15 Broad street, New York City; residence 52 East 78th street. Born and educated in New York City. (Married.) Served in First United States Volunteer Cavalry, ("Rough Riders”) in Spanish-American War. Master of hounds of Richmond County Hunt. Member Union, New York Athletic, Richmond County Country and Staten Island Polo Clubs and Squadron "A," N. G. N. Y.
NICHOLS, GEORGE FREDERIC-Merchant, Plattsburgh. Born in Plattsburgh, Jan. 6, 1835. (Son of John and Julia [I.ynde] Nichols.) Educated in Plattsburgh. (Married Emma C., daughter of Samuel P. Bonner of Montreal, Canada.) Entered army as major of 118th New York Volunteers, 1861; promoted to lieutenant-colonel and later to colonel; wounded at battle of Drewry Bluff and later at capture of Fort Harrison; brevetted brigadier-general for gallantry in the field. Warden and vestryman of Trinity Church, Plattsburgh, for the past thirty years. Member Milltary Order of the Loyal Legion, Sons of the Revolution and Society of the War of 1812.
NEWTON, RICHARD HEBER-Protestant Episcopalian Clergyman, 781 Madison avenue, New York City. Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 31, 1840. (Son of Rev. Richard and J.ydia (Gretorex] Newton.) Educated at University of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Divinity School, Degree of D.D. from Union University. (Married Mary E., daughter of Charles S. Lewis of Philadelphia.) Ordained deacon in the Protestant Episcopal Church in 1862; became his father's assistant in St. Paul's Church, and afterwards in the Church of the Epiphany, Philadelphia; accepted the charge of Trinity Church, Sharon Springs, N. Y., in 1863, but returned to Philadelphia and became the rector of St. Paul's Church in 1866. In 1869 he was called to the Anthon Memorial Church, now known as All Souls' Church in New York City. Author of "The Morals of Trade" (1876), "Womanhood" (1880), "Studies of Jesus" (1880), "Right and Wrong Uses of the Bible" (1883), “The Book of the Beginnings" (1884), "Philistinism" (1885), "Social Studies" (1886) and "Church and Creed" (1891); also many articles in magazines and periodical literature.
NEWTON, WILLIAM L.-Lumber Merchant and Manufacturer, 528 Union street, Brooklyn; residence 839 Park place. Born in Brooklyn, 1871. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute and Yale ('93). (Married Florence L. Brown.) Secretary and treasurer A. J. Newton Co. Member Hamilton Club, and Lawrence Club of Lawrence, L. I.
NICHOLAS, GEORGE S., JR.-Importer of Wines, 43 Beaver street, New York City; residence 44 Park avenue. Born in New York City, Dec. 22, 1870. Educated at Columbia ('92). (Single.) Member Union, Westchester Golf, Youantakah Golf and New York Athletic Clubs, Psi Upsilon Fraternity and Columbia University Alumni Association.
NICHOLAS, HARRY 1.-Stock Broker, 11 Wall street, New York City; residence Babylon, L. I. Member of the firm of H. T. Nicholas & Co., and of the New York Stock Exchange. Director Madison Square Garden Co. Member Metropolitan, Union, Lawyers', Knickerbocker, South Side Sportsmen's and New York Yacht Clubs, and South Shore Country Club of West Islip, L. I.
NICHOLS, ACOSTA-Banker, 27 Pine street, New York City; residence 36 East 31st street. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., June 19, 1872. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute ('89) and Williams College ('93). (Single.) Member of the firm of Spencer Trask & Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange. Treasurer and director New York and Ottawa R. R. Co.; director Ottawa and New York R. R. Co., Mexican Mineral Ry. Co. and Mexican Coal and Coke Co. Member Polytechnic and Calumet Clubs, St. Nicholas, Kappa Alpha, Long Island Historical and New York Zoological Societies. Sons of the Revolution, Society of Foreign Wars, Williams Alumni Association, Metropolitan Museum of Art and 7th Regiment, N. G. N. Y.
NICHOLS, CHARLES M. – Banker, 95 Liberty street, New York City; residence 287 Quincy street, Brooklyn. Born in Providence, R. I., Nov. 22, 1847. Educated in Brooklyn. (Married.) Family homestead in Providence, R. I., built in 1620. Was engaged in mercantile business until 1890. Successfully financed the building of the New Jersey Electric Railroad from Singua to Hoboken. Member Montauk, Union League and Aurora Grata Clubs and Long Island Wheelmen.
NICHOLS, EDWARD LEAMINGTON-Physicist, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 5 South avenue. Born in England (of American parents), Sept. 14, 1854. Educated at Cornell ('75) and at the Universities of Leipzig, Berlin and Göttingen. Degrees of B.S. and Ph.D. (Married Ida Preston of South Dover, N. Y., 1881.) Professor of physics and chemistry at Central University of Kentucky, 1881-3; professor of physics and astronomy at University of Kansas, 1883-7; professor of physics at Cornell University since 1887. Founder and editor-in-chief of the "Physical Review." Author of "A Laboratory Manual of Physics and Applied Electricity" (two vols., 1894), "Lectures on the Galvanometer" (1894), "The Elements of Physics" (three vols., 1896) and "The Outlines of Physics" (1897); also of numerous memoirs on physical science. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Institute of Electrical Engineers,
NICHOLS, GEORGE L.-Lawyer, 67 Wall street, New York City; residence 66 East 56th street. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., May 9, 1860. Educated at Williams College (A.B., '81, and A.M.) and Columbia College Law School (I.L.B., '83). (Married Mary Chickering.) Member of the firm of Masten & Nichols. Served as a civil service commissioner of the City of Brooklyn for four years. Vice-president and director Chickering & Sons; director Phenix National Bank, Lalance & Grosjean Mi'g Co., Tinplate Decorating Co. and Woodhaven Water Supply Co. Member Metropolitan, Union, University and Grolier Clubs, Hamilton Club of Brooklyn, St. Nicholas, New York Historical, Zoological, Long Island Historical and New York Geographical Societies, Down Town, Williams College Alumni, American Bar and New York State Bar Associations, Sons of the Revolution, Society of the War of 1812, Society of Foreign Wars, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Botanical Gardens, Ainerican Museum of Natural History and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
NICHOLS, HARRY P.-Civil Engineer, 280 Broadway, New York City; residence 5 East 41st street. Born in Middletown, Conn., Aug. 8, 1867. Educated at Columbia. (Married.) Director Nassau Stamp Co. Connected with Engineering Bureau in Department of Finance, City of New York.
NICHOLS, JOHN A.-Lawyer, 36 Wall street, New York City; residence 437 Clinton avenue, Brooklyn, Born in Richinond County, N. Y., August 28, 1831. Educated at a private school and at Newark (N. J.) Academy. Honorary degree of A.M. conferred by Kenyon College. (Married.) Was chairman of the Republican County (Kings) Committee, 1881, quarantine commissioner for twelve years and president of the Brooklyn Warehouse and Storage Co. until 1895. Member of the firm of Nichols & Bacon. Member Union League and Lawyers' Clubs, and Church Club of the Diocese of Long Island.
NICHOLS, O. F.-Civil Engineer, 84 Broadway, Brooklyn; residence 42 Gates avenue. Born in Newport, R. I., July 29, 1845. Educated at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. (Married.) Chief-engineer of the Brooklyn Elevated Railroad, 1888-92, and general manager and chief engineer of same, 1892-5. Now principal assistant engineer new East River Bridge; president Department of Engineering, Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences. Member Railroad and Engineers' (secretary) Clubs, Church Club of the Diocese of Long Island, American Geographical Society (Fellow), American Society of Civil Engineers, American Society of Mechanical Engineers and Institution of Civil Engineers.
NICHOLS, STARR HOYT-Retired, 59 Liberty street, New York City; residence 17 West 30th street. Born in Bethel, Conn., Nov. 16, 1834. Educated at Yale ('54). (Widower.) Vice-consul at Bremen, 18568. Was pastor Congregational Church, Mansfield, Ohio, New England Church, Chicago, Vine Street Congregational Church, Cincinnati; ex-president Delaware and Anthracite R. R. Co. Member University and Nineteenth Century Clubs and Yale Alumni Association.
NICHOLS, WILLIAM E-Broker, 15 Wall street, New York City; residence 117 West 58th street, and East Haddam, Conn. Born in New York City, Aug. 27, 1862. Educated at Seabury Institute in Saybrook, Conn., at Yale ('86), and studied abroad, 1896-8. (Married.) Was founder and director East Haddam Public Library; first president of Connecticut Amateur Press Association; editor of "The Favorite," and contributor to various periodicals. Now vice-president and director New York Net and Twine Co.; trustee Columbia Trust Co. Member Lotos, Lawyers', Delta Kappa Epsilon and National Arts Clubs, Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn, and Yale Alumni Association.
NICHOLS, WILLIAM H., JR.-Mining Engineer, 11 Broadway, New York City; residence 304 Clinton avenue, Brooklyn. Born Sept. 14, 1873. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute and Columbia University. (Married.) Mining engineer Nichols Chemical Co. President San Carlos Copper Co. Member Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn, and American Institute of Mining Engineers.
NICHOLS, WILLIAM S.-Broker, 35 Broad street, New York City; residence 369 Fifth avenue. Director Herter Bros. Member New York Stock Exchange and of the Union League Club, New England Society, Metropolitan Museum of Art and National Academy of Design.
NICHOLSON, JOHN E.-Builder, 644 Hudson street, New York City; residence 311 West 89th street. Educated at Princeton. Member of the firm of Nicholson & Galloway. Member Princeton Club, General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen and Building Trades Association.
NICOLL, BENJAMIN-Mining Engineer, 68 Wall street, New York City; residence Morristown, N. J. Educated at Princeton ('77). President and director Mount Pleasant Mining Co. Member University, Racquet and Tennis, Meadow Brook Hunt and Princeton Clubs, Down Town Association and American Institute of Mining Engineers.
NICOLL, DE LANCEY-Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence 123 East 38th street. Born in Bayside, Long Island, N. Y., June 24, 1854. Educated at St. Paul's School, Princeton College ("74) and Columbia Law School ('76). (Married Maud Churchill.) Member of the firm of Nicoll, Anable & Lindsay. Assistant district attorney, New York County, 1885-7; district attorney, 1891-3. Member Constitutional Convention of 1894. Member Tuxedo, Metropolitan, Union, Lawyers', University, Democratic, and Racquet and Tennis Clubs, Down Town Association and many others.
NICOLL, HENRY DENTON-Physician, 51 East 57th street, New York City. Educated at Williams College. Member Mendelssohn Glee and City Clubs, Williams College Alumni and Century Associations, Presbyterian Union and Sons of the Revolution.
NICOLL, JAMES CRAIG–Artist, 51 West Tenth street, New York City. Born in New York City, Nov. 22, 1847. Educated at Quackenbos School. (Widower.) Was secretary of the International Jury of Awards on Paintings at World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893. Has exhibited at all the principal expositions and has been awarded many prizes. Was one of the founders, and for ten years secretary, of the American Water Color Society. Member New York Etching Club, National Academy of Design (ex-secretary), Century Association, Artists' Aid (secretary) and Ar. tists' Fund (ex-president) Societies and other organizations.
NICOLL, MATTHIAS-Marine Insurance, 51 Wall street, New York City; residence 119 West 48th street. Born in Shelter Island, October, 1841. Educated at
Williams College ('61). (Widower.) Vice-president Keokuk and Hamilton Bridge Co.; auditor Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co.; trustee Atlantic Trust Co. Member University Club.
NICOLL, WILLIAM C.-Marine Underwriter, 52 New street, New York City; residence Shelter Island, Suffolk County. Born in New York City, Oct. 26, 1829. Educated at New York University. (Married.) President and director Central Tunnel Co.; director Underground R. R. Co. Member St. Nicholas Society.
NICUM, JOHN-Educator and Lutheran Clergy. man, Rochester. Born in Winnenden, Germany, June 6. 1851. (Son of John and Margareth (Schaefer] NIcum.) Educated in Pennsylvania, at Mühlenberg College and at Philadelphia Theological Seminary (D.D., '93). (Married Josephine, daughter of Rev. D. Tanner of Tremont, Pa.) Held pastorates at Frackville, Pa., 1876-8, Frankford, Pa., 1878-80, and at Syracuse, N. Y., 1880-7. Since 1887, pastor at St. John's Lutheran Church, Rochester; president of Wagner College since 1894. Secretary and treasurer Oriental Industrial and Trading Co. Served as secretary of the General Council of the Lutheran Church in North America 1886-97, and as president of the Board of Home Missions, Lutheran General Council, 1888-97, Author of "History of the New York Ministerium," "Confessional History of the Lutheran Church in the United States," also of treatises on the laws of the State of New York relating to churches. Translated Wolf's "The Lutherans in America." Frequent contributor to religious journals. Member American Society of Church History.
NIEHAUS, CHARLES HENRY Sculptor, 148 West 36th street, New York City; residence 32 West 112th street. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Jan. 24, 1855. Educated in Cincinnati (Ohio) public schools. (Single.) Member Players' and National Arts Clubs, National Sculpture and Ohio Societies and Architectural League.
NILES, ARTHUR L.–Stock Broker, 35 Broad street, New York City; residence 316 West 80th street. Member of the firm of L. H. Niles & Co., and of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Sons of the Revolution.
NILES, JOHN BARRON-Stock Broker, 66 Broadway, New York City; residence Bedford Park. Born in Cohoes, N. Y., 1866. (Single.) Member of the firm of Niles Brothers, members of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Republican, New York Athletic and Calumet Clubs, and Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-onHudson.
NILES, LUCIEN H.-Stock Broker, 35 Broad street, New York City; residence 18 East 74th street. Educated at Brown. Member of the firm of L. H. Niles & Co., and of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Brown University Alumni Association.
NILES, NATHANIEL-Lawyer, 140 Nassau street, New York City; residence Madison, N. J. Member Union League Club and New England and Authors' Societies.
NILES, ROBERT L.-Stock Broker, 66 Broadway, New York City; residence Fordham Heights. Born in New York City, 1857. Educated at Stephens Institute. (Married.) Member of the firm of Niles Brothers, and of the New York Stock Exchange. Member New York Athletic and Republican Clubs, New England Society and Society of Colonial Wars.
NILES, WILLIAM W.-Dentist, 172 East 116th street, New York City. Born in Binghamton, N. Y., 1868. Educated at New York and Baltimore Dental Colleges; degree of D.D.S. (Married.) Associated with Dr. Ferdinand Hasbrouck, 1890-4; since 1894 in general practice of dentistry. Member Harlem and Congregational Clubs, Odontological and First District Dental Societies and Harlem Wheelmen.
NILES, WILLIAM WATSON-Lawyer, 11 Wall street, New York City; residence Bedford Park. Born in West Fairlee, Vt., March 26, 1822. (Son of Hon. WIIliam and Relief [Barron] Niles.) Educated at Brad. ford (Vt.) Academy, Newbury (Vt.) Seminary and Dartmouth College ('45); studied law and was admitted to the Bar in Indiana. Practicing in New York
City for almost fifty years. Member of the firm of Niles & Johnson. Served as a member of the New York State Assembly, and as a park commissioner of the City of New York. Member Calumet and Republican Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
NOBLE, HERBERT-Lawyer, 141 Broadway, New York City; residence 49 West 57th street. Born in Dorchester County, Md., March 7, 1867. Educated at St. John's College, Annapolis, Md. (B.A., '89), University of Virginia and Columbia University (M.A.) and Law School (LL.B., '93). (Married.) Member of the firm of Noble & Villard. Lecturer for four years on carriers, insurance and domestic relations at Columbia Law School. Member Lawyers' and Phi Delta Phi Clubs, Delaware, Maryland and Southern Societies and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
NISBET, JAMES DOUGLAS-Physician, 10 East 43d street, New York City. Born in Lancaster, S. C., June 30, 1861. Educated at Davidson College ('81), Louisville Medical College ('86), and also studied in New York, Paris, Tübingen and Berlin. (Single.) Adjunct professor, diseases of the digestive system, New York Polyclinic and Hospital. Author of "Diseases of the Stomach." Member National Arts Club and National Sculpture and Southern Societies.
NISBET, JOHN L.-Investments, 36 Wall Street, New York City; residence 20 Highland place, Yonkers. Born in St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 2, 1850. Educated at Princeton. (Married.) Was secretary West Shore R. R. Co., and secretary and treasurer New York, Ontario and Western Ry. Co. Member Princeton Club.
NITCHIE, HENRY E.-Treasurer, 65 Downing street, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, 1858. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. (Married.) Member Brooklyn Whist and Hamilton Clubs.
NITCHIE, JOHN E.-Architect, 21 Park row, New York City; residence 65 Downing street, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, 1873. Educated at Cornell. (Single.) Member Kings County Tennis and Brooklyn Skating Clubs and Brooklyn Oratorio Society.
NOBLES, MILTON — Actor and Dramatist, 139 First place, Brooklyn. Born in La Pierre County, Michigan, Sept. 28, 1847. Educated in Madison, Wis. (Married.) Made first appearance in the West, 1867. Played in support of Edwin Forrest, Edwin Booth, Joseph Jefferson, Lawrence Barrett and others; began starring in plays written by himself, 1875. Author of "Shop Talk," "Under Martial Law," "A Man of the People," "Love and Law," "The Phoenix," "Interviews," "A Son of Thespis," "For Revenue Only," "Love Goes on Forever," "From Sire to Son," "Bilgeville Junction," "A Blue Grass Widow," "Why Walker Reformed," "Belinda Bailey's Boarders" and other works. Member Players' and American Dramatists' Clubs of New York City, and Actors' Order of Friendship.
NOCK, T. G.-Physician and Surgeon, 211 West Embargo street, Rome. Born in Windsor Locks, Hartford Co., Conn., Aug. 13, 1859. Educated at Rome (N. Y.) Academy, Williston Seminary, East Hampton, Mass., and Syracuse (N. Y.) College of Medicine. (Married.) House surgeon New York Cancer Hospital, 1889. Coroner of Oneida County since 1891; director First National Bank of Rome. Member Rome Medical, and Oneida County Medical Societies.
NOE, FREDERICK-Instructor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 717 East Buffalo street. Degree of M.E. Instructor in mechanical engineering, Cornell University.
NIVEN, WILLIAM — Mineralogist, 108 Fulton street, New York City; residence Bath Beach. Born in Bellshill, Scotland, Oct. 6, 1850. Educated in Scotland. (Married Nellie Blanche Purcell of St. Louis, Mo.. 1886.) Resident of the United States since 1879. Discovered the remains of a prehistoric city, hundreds of square miles in extent, in the State of Guerrero, Mexico, in 1891. Member New York Mineralogical Society, Scientific Alliance and American Museum of Natural History.
NIXON, LEWIS--Shipbuilder, 71 Broadway, New York City; residence 32 West 38th street. Born in Leesburg, Va., 1861. Educated at United States Naval Academy, and Royal Naval College, England. (Married Sally Lewis Wood, 1891.) President New East River Bridge Commission, International Smokeless Powder and Dynamite Co.; vice-president New York Auto-Truck Co.; proprietor Crescent Shipyard, Elizabeth. N. J.; consulting naval architect, Cramp's Shipyard. While an officer in the United States Navy, designed the battle ship Oregon. Member Union, Richmond County Country, Press, New York Yacht, Atlantic Yacht, Democratic and Seneca Clubs, Metropolitan and Army and Navy Clubs of Washington, D. Č., Rittenhouse Club of Philadelphia, American Geographical (Fellow) and Tammany Societies, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (Fellow), Board of Trade and Transportation and Chamber of Commerce.
NOONAN, THOMAS H.-Lawyer, 75 White Building, Buffalo; residence 3 Fargo avenue. Born in Ferrisburgh, Vt., Dec. 17, 1865. Educated at Middlebury (Vt.) College. (Single.) Buffalo attorney for American Hide and Leather Association of Boston, Mass.; secretary Buffalo Society of Vermonters. Member University, Independent and Acacia Clubs, and De Molay Lodge No. 498, F. & A. M.
NORDLINGER, EDWIN H.-Coffees and Spices, 369 Washington street, New York City; residence 45 East 80th street. Born in New York City, Aug. 25, 1861. Educated in public schools and at College of the City of New York. (Married.) Member of the firm of Henry Nordlinger & Co. Member Phi Beta Kappa Society, Harmonie Club, Verein Freundschaft and Alumni Association of the College of the City of New York.
NORMAN, CHARLES R.-Manager, 12 Broadway, New York City; residence 36 Lefferts place, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, Jan. 31, 1851. Educated in New York City and Philadelphia, Pa. (Married.) Manager floating equipment of the Tide Water on Co.; director Maritime Association of the Port of New York. Was member of the Board of Port Wardens of Philadelphia for six years. Member De Witt Clinton Commandery, Knights Templar.
NOBLE, ALFRED A.–Treasurer, 343 Broadway, New York City; residence 108 Montague street, Brooklyn. Born in Albany, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1860. Educated in Albany public schools. (Married.) Treasurer Wm. Schwarzwaelder & Co. Member Brooklyn Republican Club, Commonwealth Lodge F. & A. M., Magnolia Lodge Odd Fellows, Brooklyn Council No. 72, R. A., Orient Chapter No. 138, R. A. M., Logan Wheelmen and Royal Arcanum Aid Society.
NOBLE, FRANCIS L.-Lawyer, 2 Wall street, New York City; residence 321 Clinton avenue, Brooklyn. Member Crescent Athletic and Union League Clubs of Brooklyn.
NOBLE, HENRY HARMON-Albany; residence Essex. Born in Essex, May 9, 1861. Educated in private schools in this country and England. (Married.) In office of New York State Historian since August, 1895. Member Fort Orange Club, Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of the Revolution, General Society of the War of 1812, New York Commandery, Military Order of Foreign Wars of the United States, Albany Institute Iroquois Lodge No. 715 (Master Mason), Cedar Point Lodge No. 259, R. A. M., and De Soto Commandery No. 49, Knights Templar.
NORMANN, MAX M.-Ship Broker, 4 Stone street, New York City; residence 220 Central Park, South, and Lake Hopatcong, N. J. Born in Lillesand, Norway, Nov. 30, 1856. Educated in Lillesand schools. (Married.) Conducts business under the firm name of Benham & Boyesen. Member Produce and Maritime Exchanges and Lake Hopatcong Club.
NORRIE, A. LANFEAR-Mining Engineer, 41 Wall street, New York City; residence 17 East 41st street Vice-president and director Ohio Mining and Manufacturing Co., director F. O. Norton Cement Co.; trustee Continental Trust Co. Member Metropolitan, Union and Tuxedo Clubs, Country Club of Westchester, Down Town Association and American Institute of Mining Engineers.
NORRIE, GORDON-Mining Engineer, 41 Wall street, New York City; residence 377 Fifth avenue. Director F. O. Norton Cement Co.; trustee Continental Trust Co.. Member Metropolitan, Church, City and Union Clubs, Century and Down Town Associations, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
NORRIE, VAN HORNE–Physician, 21 West 37th street, New York City. Educated at Columbia ('85). Member University Club and Columbia University Alumni and Century Associations.
NORRIS, ALFRED L.-Broker, 35 Broad street, New York City; residence 319 Carlton avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, Nov. 28, 1868. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. (Single.) Member of the New York Stock Exchange firm of James H. Oliphant & Co. Member Racquet and Tennis Club, Excelsior, Hamilton, Crescent Athletic and Dyker Meadow Golf Clubs of Brooklyn, and Garden City Golf Club.
NORRIS, CHARLES--Physician and Instructor, 23 East 39th street, New York City. Educated at Yale ('88). Degree of M.D. Instructor in pathology of infectious diseases, Cornell University Medical College, New York City. Member University Club and Yale Alumni Association.
NORRIS, HENRY D.-Vice-President, 34 Prince street, Brooklyn; residence 15 West 74th street, New York City. Born and educated in New York City. Vice-president and director Thompson & Norris Co., director Manhansett Improvement Co. Member Colonial Club, and Marine and Field Club of Brooklyn.
NORRIS, HENRY HUTCHINSON — Instructor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 314 West Green street. Degree of 'M.E. Instructor in electrical engineering at Cornell University.
NORRIS, HENRY SELDEN-Physician, 123 West 34th street, New York City. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y. (Single.) Member St. Nicholas, Richmond Hill Golf and Union Clubs, St. Nicholas Society, Century Assoeiation and Colonial Order.
and New York City Church Extension and Missionary Society. Member Twilight Club, Wesleyan University Alumni and Aldine Associations and Methodist Social Union.
NORTH, JAMES HARPER-Surgeon, 23 East 64th street, New York City. Educated at Columbia. Forinerly connected in a surgical capacity with the United States Navy. Member Army and Navy, New York Athletic and Union Clubs and Columbia University Alumni Association.
NORTH, THOMAS M.-Lawyer, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 160 Central Park, South. Born in Ellington, Conn., Aug. 14, 1825. Educated at Yale and Williams Colleges. (Married.) Attorney for Hudson River R. R. Co., 1850-67; member of the firms of Bangs, Sedgwick & North, and Bangs & North till 1875, North, Ward & Wagstaff, 1875-96; retired from active business, 1896. Member Union League Club, Yale Alumni, Williams Alumni, Phi Beta Kappa Alumni and Century Associations and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
NORTHROP, AARON L.-Surgeon Dentist, 57 West 49th street, New York City. Degree of D.D.S. Member Union League, New York Athletic, Lotos and Transportation Clubs and New England Society.
NORTHROP, CHARLES P.-Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York City: residence 39 East 50th street. Born in Canandaigua, N. Y. (Married.) Member Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
NORTHRUP, ANSEL JUDD-Lawyer and Author, S. A. and K. Block, Syracuse; residence 207 Green street. Born in Madison County, N. Y., June 30, 1833. (Son of Rensselaer and Clarissa (Judd] Northrup.) Educated at Hamilton College (A.M. and LL.D.) and at Columbia College Law School; admitted to the Bar in 1859, and has since practiced in Syracuse. (Married Eliza S., daughter of Thomas B. Fitch of Syracuse.) Senior member of the firm of Northrup & Northrup. Circuit Court commissioner, 1870-97; Onondaga County Judge, 1882-94; commissioner to General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, Saratoga, 1890; United States Commissioner of Statutory Revision, State of New York, since June, 1897. Trustee Syracuse Savings Bank and Oakwood Cemetery. Author of "Camps and Tramps in the Adirondacks, and Grayling Fishing in Northern Michigan," "The Powers and Duties of Elders in the Presbyterian Church," "Northrup Genealogy," "Slavery in New York-A Historical Sketch" and others. Member University, Citizens' and Fortnightly Clubs and Onondaga Historical and Onondaga Bar Associations, in several of which he is trustee.
NORTHRUP, CLARK SUTHERLAND—Instructor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 404 Eddy street. Degrees of A.B. and Ph.D. Instructor in Eng. lish at Cornell University.
NORTHRUP, WILLIAM P.-Physician, 57 East 79th street, New York City. Born in New York State, Educated at Hamilton College and New York College of Physicians and Surgeons. (Married.) Professor of diseases of children, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College. Member Barnard Club, Academy of Medicine, New York State Medical Society, Century Association and Association of American Physicians.
NORTON, ALGERNON S.-Lawyer, 256 Broadway, New York City; residence 47 Ludlow street, Yonkers. Born in Homer, N. Y. Educated at Cornell ('86). (Married.) Member of the firm of Bookstaver & Norton. Member Cornell, Psi Upsilon and Phi Delta Phi Clubs.
NORTON, ARTHUR B.-Oculist and Aurist, 16 West 45th street, New York City. Born in New Marlboro, Mass., Sept. 15, 1856. Educated at New Marlboro Academy, Great Barrington High School, New York Homeopathic Medical College ('81) and College of the New York Ophthalmic Hospital ('82); degree of M.D. (Married.) Professor of ophthalmology and surgeon New York Ophthalmic Hospital; ophthalmic surgeon Laura Franklin Hospital; editor "Homeopathic Eye, Ear and Throat Journal." Author of "Ophthalmic Diseases and Therapeutics." Member Meissen, UnanImoue, Republican and Twilight Clubs, New York County Homeopathic, New York State Homeopathic, American Homeopathic Ophthalmological, Otological
NORRIS, LUTHER W. P.-Piano Manufacturer, 550 West 23d street, New York City; residence Hobart avenue, Summit, N. J. Born in Rhinebeck, N. Y., June 3, 1861. Educated in Rhinebeck. (Married.) President and director Lindeman & Sons Piano Co.
NORTH, CHARLES J. - Retired, 683 Ellicott square, Buffalo; residence 51 Johnson Park. Born in Chazy, Clinton Co., N. Y., May 13, 1847. Educated in public schools. (Married.) Member Buffalo, Oakfield (treasurer) and Buffalo Yacht Clubs, Buffalo Historical (treasurer) Society, Society of Mayflower Descendants, Buffalo Republican League and Sons of the American Revolution.
NORTH, EDWARD-Professor, Clinton. Born in Berlin, Conn., March 9, 1820. Educated at Hamilton College ('41). Degrees of L.H.D. from the Regents of the University of the State of New York in 1869, and LL.D. from Madison University in 1887. (Married Mary Frances, only daughter of Hon. S. Newton Dexter of Whitesboro, N. Y., 1844.) Professor of Greek language and literature at Hamilton College since 1843; also a trustee and a member of its executive committee. Editor of “Alumniana" in the “Hamilton Monthly" since 1856. Member Hamilton College Alumni, American Philosophical and American Philological Associations and New York Historical and Oneida Historical Societies.
NORTH, EDWARD P.-Civil Engineer, 220 West 57th street, New York City; residence 243 West 99th street. Member Engineers', Union League and Republican Clubs and American Society of Civil Engineers.
NORTH, FRANK MASON-Clergyman, Secretary and Editor, 150 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 121 West 122d street. Born in New York City, Dec. 3, 1850. Educated in private schools in New York City and at Wesleyan University. (Married.) Trustee Wesleyan University: member of board of managers Methodist Episcopal Missionary Society; president Open and Institutional Church League; corresponding secretary National City Evangelization Union
and Laryngological, British Homeopathic (corresponding member), Connecticut State Homeopathic (honorary member), Albany County Homeopathic and New York Paedological Societies, American Institute (first vice-president), National Society of Electro-Therapeutics, Hahnemann Association and Academy of Pathological Science, in many of which he has been president.
NORTON, BENJAMIN-Railroad President, 38 Wall Street, New York City; residence 263 West End avenue. Born in Erie, Pa., Dec. 18, 1855. Educated at Williams College ('76). (Married.) President Atlantic Avenue R. R. Co. of Brooklyn; vice-president and general manager Long Island R. R. Co., general manager Ohio Southern R. R. Co. Member University Club and Williams College Alumni Association.
NORTON, CHARLES LEDYARD-Author and Journalist, University Club, New York City. Born in Farmington, Conn., June 11, 1837. Educated at Yale ('59). (Widower.) Served with Volunteers during Civil War and advanced to the rank of colonel. Edited for many years "Christian Union" (now "The Outlook"), "Our Continent" and "Outing." Author of "A Handbook of Florida,". "Political Americanisms," "A Medal of Honor Man," "A Soldier of the Legion," "The Queen's Rangers" and other works. Member University. Authors', Canoe and Quill Clubs and Military Order of the Loyal Legion.
NORTON, EDWARD L-Broker, 14 Wall street, New York City; residence 256 West 74th street. Born in San Antonio, Tex., Oct. 7, 1862. Educated in Bethlehem, Pa. (Married.) Member of the firm of Henry Allen & Co., and of the New York Stock, Produce and Cotton Exchanges and Chicago Board of Trade. Member New York and Racquet and Tennis Clubs and Society of Colonial Wars.
NORTON, EDWARD N.–Broker, 115 Produce Exchange, New York City; residence Greenwich, Conn. Member of the firm of Norton & Son. Member Atlantic Yacht and Union League Clubs, Crescent Athletic and Hamilton Clubs of Brooklyn, Down Town Association and Lafayette Post, G. A. R.
NORTON, ELIOT-Lawyer, 100 Broadway, New York City; residence 468 Lexington avenue. Born in Cambridge, Mass., July 1, 1863. Educated at Harvard College ('85) and Harvard Law School. (Married.) Member of the firm of Van Schaick, Norton & Quinby. Director Duplex Match Co. and other corporations. Member University, New York Athletic and Grolier Clubs and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
NORTON, EVERMONT HOPE - Banker and Broker, 33 Wall street, New York City; residence 165 West 58th street. Born in Louisville, Ky., Oct. 10, 1873. (Son of Presley Evermont and Lillie [Hope) Norton.) Educated at the University of Virginia. (Married Lily Morrison Carr of St. Louis, Mo., 1899.) Senior member of the firm of E. H. Norton & Co., and member of the New York Stock and Cotton Exchanges. President and director Ecuador Development Co.; vice-president and director American Zinc Mining Co.; director Guayaquil and Quito R. R. Co. Member New York Athletic, Lawyers', Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht, Atlantic Yacht and Riverside Yacht Clubs.
NORTON, PORTER-Lawyer, 864 Ellicott square, Buffalo. Member Buffalo, Liberal, Thursday and Country Clubs, Society of Colonial Wars, and Sons of the American Revolution.
NORWOOD, CARLISLE - Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence 3 East 60th street. Member of the firm of Norwood & Dilley. Director Brearly School (Ltd.) and Lawyers' Surety Co. Member Union League, Church, Riding and Metropolitan Clubs, St. Nicholas Society, Down Town Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
NORWOOD, LEWIS MORRIS–Real Estate, 135 Broadway, New York City; residence 1043 Madison avenue. Director New York City Marble Cemetery. Member City, New York Athletic and Lawyers' Clubs, St. Nicholas Society, Society of Colonial Wars and Sons of the Revolution.
NOSTRAND, JOHN LOTT–Lawyer, Cropsey and Twentieth avenues, Brooklyn; residence 215 Montague street. Born in New Utrecht, N. Y., March 2, 1856. (Son of Timothy and Catharine (Lott] Nostrand.) Educated in private and public schools and at Rutgers College. Practicing law in Brooklyn since his admission to the Bar in 1879. Delegate to Constitutional Convention, New York State, 1894. Formerly city magistrate and school trustee. Director Norton Point Land Co. Member Brooklyn, Atlantic Yacht, and Marine and Field Clubs.
NOSTRAND, PETER ELBERT-Civil Engineer and City Surveyor, 81 Fulton street, New York City; residence 25 Palmetto street, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, Jan. 16, 1856. Educated in Brooklyn public schools and at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute (B.S., '75). (Married.) Assistant engineer in designing plans and location of the Brooklyn Elevated Railway, 187680; director Brooklyn Elevated Ry. Co., 1879-80; as superintending engineer, laid out and supervised the first work of construction of Cape Cod (Mass.) Ship Canal, 1880; examined several Mexican mines and engaged in other mining engineering, 1885; assistant chief engineer of the Ramapo Water Co., 1887-90; chief engineer of the same company since 1890. Chief engineer for contractors, J. D. & T. E. Crimmins, during construction of Third avenue cable roads and Broadway cable roads in New York City, 1891-3. As consulting engineer and city surveyor has advised regarding character of foundations and proper form of construction, or has located many of the largest buildings in New York City, among others, the Columbia University buildings, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and the Empire Building. Member American Society of Civil Engl. neers.
NOTMAN, GRANT-Lawyer, 54 Wall street, New York City; residence 149 Joralemon street, Brooklyn. Member of the firm of Butler, Notman, Joline & Mynderse. Member Crescent Athletic and Hamilton Clubs of Brooklyn, and Columbia University Alumni Association.
NOTMAN, JOHN-Lawyer, 54 Wall street, New York City; residence 136 Joralemon street, Brooklyn. Member of the firm of Butler, Notman, Joline & Mynderse. Director American and Foreign Marine Insurance Co., Commercial Union Fire Insurance Co., Magdeburg Fire Insurance Co. of New York, Niagara Fire Insurance Co. and Sanborn-Perris Map and Publishing Co. Member Metropolitan, Lawyers' and Tuxedo Clubs, Crescent Athletic and Hamilton Clubs of Brooklyn, American Geographical Society, Down Town Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
NOTT, CHARLES COOPER, JR.-Lawyer, 111 Broadway, New York City; residence 49 East" 60th street. Educated at Williams College ('90). Member University Club, Williams College Alumni Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
NOTT, CHARLES DE KAY-Clergyman, Undercliff avenue, Morris Heights, New York City. Born in Albany, N. Y., 1833. Educated at Union College and at New Brunswick (N. J.) Theological Seminary (D.D.). Member Quill Club.
NOTT, FREDERICK J.-Physician, 554 Madison avenue, New York City; residence 29 East 55th street. Born in Kennebunkport, Me. Educated at University of Rochester (A.B. '74, and A.M.) and New York Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital (M.D.). (Married.) Trustee New York Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital. Life member University Club and member New York Athletic, Psi Upsilon and Mendelssohn Glee Clubs, Scientific Alliance, Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Museum of Natural History.
NOURSE, CHARLES J., JR.-Mining, 27 William street, New York City; residence 245 Lexington avenue. Secretary, treasurer and director Alvarez Land and Timber Co., Fresnillo Mining Co., Potosi and Rio Verde Ry. Co. and Sombrerete Mining Co.; treasurer and director Potosi and Rio Verde Construction Co. Member St. Nicholas and Church Clubs, Century Association and Sons of the Revolution.
NOYES, ALEXANDER DANA--Journalist, 206 Broadway, New York City; residence Montclair, N. J.