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Born in Montclair, Dec. 14, 1862. Educated at Amherst College (A.B. and A.M.). Financial editor New York "Evening Post." Author of “Thirty Years of American Finance.” Frequent contributor to financial publications.

NOYES, CHARLES P.-Banker and Broker, 66 Broadway, New York City; residence 7 Park avenue. Member of the New York Stock Exchange firm of J. M. Noyes & Co.. Member New York Yacht, New York Athletic and Calumet Clubs and Sons of the Revolution.

NOYES, CHARLES_S.-Lawyer, 249 West 104th street, New York City. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1858. Educated in Adelphi Academy, in private schools of Orange and Montclair, N. J., and at Amherst College and Columbia Law School. (Married.) Examining counsel Lawyers' Title Insurance Co. Member Congregational Club, Amherst College Alumni Association and Oratorio Sociéty.

NOYES, FREDERIC W.-Lawyer, Dansville. Born in Dansville, June 7, 1852. Educated at Cornell. (Married.) Was district attorney of Livingston County, N. Y. President Geo. Sweet Mf'g Co. of North Dansville; director Citizens' Bank. Member Genesee Valley and Whist Clubs of Rochester.

Brooklyn. Born in Petersham, Mass., March 2, 1838. Educated at Harvard ('58). (Single.) Member New York Produce and Maritime Exchanges. Director Hanover Insurance Co.; also connected with the Brooklyn Wharf and Warehouse Co. Member Harvard Club and Military Order of the Loyal Legion.

NOYES, THEODORE RICHARDS — President, Kenwood, Madison County. Born in Putney, Vt., July 25, 1841. (Eldest son of John Humphrey Noyes, founder of Oneida Community, who died in 1886.) Educated at Oneida Community and at Yale Medical School (M.D., '67). Has been a member of the Oneida Community all his life; was instrumental in its conversion to a joint stock company in 1880, and has been its president since 1895.

NUGENT, JOHN S.-Retired, 71 Broadway, New York City; residence 97 Hancock street, Brooklyn. Born in Canada, Aug. 11, 1850. Educated in Canada. (Married.) President Automatic Coaling and Weighing Barge Co.; vice-president National Folding Box and Paper Co. Ex-treasurer American Union Life Insurance Co. and formerly director in several banks. Member Union League Club of Brooklyn (ex-treasurer).

NUNAN, DENIS—Hardware Merchant, 27 Park row, New York City; residence 1 West 30th street. Secretary and director Patterson Brothers.

NUTTING, ANDREW H.-Clothing Merchant, 386 Fulton street, Brooklyn; residence 149 South Oxford street. Member of the firm of Andrew J. Nutting & Co. Member Crescent Athletic and Oxford Clubs.

NUTTING, ANDREW J.-Clothing Merchant, 386 Fulton street, Brooklyn; residence 149 South Oxford street. Senior member of the firm of Andrew J. Nut. ting & Co. Director New York Horse Show Association. Member Crescent Athletic and Oxford Clubs, Manhattan, Riding and Driving, and Tandem Clubs of New York City, and Staten Island Polo Club.

NOYES, HENRY DRURY-Physician, 233 Madison avenue, New York City. Born in New York City, 1832. Educated at New York University (A.B., '51 and A.M., '54) and at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University (M.D., '59). (Married.) Professor of ophthalmology, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College; surgeon New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. Member Ophthalmological Society (ex-president), New York Academy of Medicine (exvice-president), Nineteenth Century Club, New England Society and Century Association.

NOYES, HENRY F.-Dry Goods Commission Merchant, 19 Thomas street, New York City; residence 90 Remsen street, Brooklyn. Member of the firm of Noyes, Bausher & Gerrish. Director Home Insurance Co.; trustee Brooklyn Savings Bank. Member New York Yacht, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht and Merchants' Clubs, and Riding and Driving, Hamilton and Marine and Field Clubs of Brooklyn.

NOYES, HENRY T. (General) — 283 Alexander street, Rochester. Member Metropolitan, New York Yacht and Army and Navy Clubs of New York City, Military Order of the Loyal Legion and Military Service Institution.

NOYES, JAMES W.-Investment Securities, 96 Broadway, New York City; residence 48 West 89th street. Born in New York City, June 8, 1844. Educated at Mount Pleasant Military Academy, Sing Sing, N. Y., and New York University. (Married.) Member New York Bible Society.

NOYES. JOHN B. (Colonel)-Storage, 68 Broad street, New York City; residence 51 Strong place,

NUTTING, LUCIUS H.-Railroad Agent, 349 Broadway, New York City; residence 112 East 17th street. Educated at the College of the City of New York. (Married.) Eastern passenger agent Southern Pacific Co.; secretary and director Ocean Time Table Distributing Co. Member Alpha Delta Phi Club.

NYE, GEORGE H.-Banker and Manufacturer, Auburn. Born in Auburn, Dec. 2, 1854._Educated at Phillips Exeter Academy. (Married.) President Nye & Wait Carpet Co., and Cayuga County National Bank; trustee Auburn Savings Bank. Member Reform Club of New York City, Laurentian Club of Canada, and Auburn City Club president).

NYE, THEODORE SEDGWICK – Lawyer, 97 Cedar street, New York City: residence 257 Degraw street, Brooklyn. Member Sixth Ward Democratic Reform and Democratic Clubs of Brooklyn, and Ohio and Southern Societies.

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OBERLY, JOHN L.-Publisher and Stationer, 550 Pearl street, New York City; residence Hotel Netherland. Born in Easton, Pa., May 20, 1846. Educated at Yale. (Single.) Member of the firm of Oberly & Newell; also connected with "Modes and Fabrics" Publishing Co. Member Arkwright Club and Yale University Alumni Association.

OAKES, CHARLES-Lawyer, 11 Pine street, New York City; residence 108 West 44th street. Member Harvard and City Clubs and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

OAKES, FRANCIS J.-Manufacturer of Extracts, 58 Stone street, New York City; residence 242 West 738 street. President and director Oakes Mf'g Co.; director Norwood Insurance Co. Member New York Athletic Club, Scientific Alliance, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Lafayette Post, G. A. R.

OAKES, THOMAS FLETCHER-Retired Railroad President, † Wall Street, New York City; residence Mamaroneck. Born in Boston, Mass., July 15, 1843. Educated in Boston. (Married.) Director Manhattan Life Insurance Co. of New York. Member Union League, New York Yacht and Metropolitan Clubs and American Geographical Society.

OAKLEY, HENRY AUGUSTUS - Insurance, 56 Wall street, New York City; residence 120 West 13th street. Born in New York City, 1827. Educated in common schools. (Married Helen L. Clark of New York City.) Served with 22d New York Regiment during Civil War. Vice-president and president of the Howard Insurance Co., 1866-97; president National Board of Fire Underwriters, 1870-6. Author of a course of reading for member of the Mercantile Library Association; also of numerous magazine articles. Member Nineteenth Century, Players' and Church Clubs, American Geographical Society and Century Association.

OAKLEY, H. CRUGER-Broker, 52 Broadway, New York City; residence 166 West 56th street. Born in New York City., Aug. 17, 1837. (Single.) Member of the firm of Prince & Whitely, and of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Metropolitan, Union, New York Yacht, Knickerbocker, Larchmont Yacht, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht and City Clubs.

OAKLEY, JOHN GREENLEAF-Clergyman, 150 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence Tarrytown. Born in Verbank, N: Y., May 17, 1843. Educated at University of New York. (Married.) Has traveled extensively in America, Europe, Africa and Asia. Lyceum lecturer for twenty years. Member Quill Club.

OAKLEY, JOHN T.-Councilman, 8 City Hall, and Liquors, 225 Avenue A, New York City; residence 442 East 14th street. Born in New York City, 1863. Educated in public schools and at the College of the City of New York. (Married.) Index clerk in the Register's Office, 1885-7; deputy collector of internal revenue for the Second District, 1887-9; clerk in the Department of Street Cleaning, 1890-2; represented the Tenth Assembly District on the Board of Aldermen, 1892-7. Now representing the First District in the City Council since 1898, and is vice-chairman of the Board.

OAKMAN, WALTER G.-Banker, 65 Cedar street, New York City; residence 12 East 53d street. Educated at University of Pennsylvania ('64). (Married.) President and trustee Guaranty Trust Co. of New York; vice-president and director Jefferson and Clearfield Coal and Iron Co.; member of advisory committee Audit Co. of New York; director Alabama Great Southern R. R. Co., Brooklyn Wharf and Warehouse Co., Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg Ry. Co., Kings County and Fulton Elevated R. R. Co., Long Island R. R. Co., Morristown (N. J.) Trust Co., Morton Trust Co., Mount Pleasant Coal Co., New York and Rockaway Beach Ry. Co., Northern Pacific Ry. Co., Reynoldsville and Fall Creek R. R. Co, and Staten Island Electric R. R. Co. Member Metropolitan, Union, University and Church Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsleyon-Hudson, and Century and Down Town Associations.

OBERMAYER, CHARLES J.-Real Estate and Banking, 175 Broadway, New York City; residence 502 Eighth avenue, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, Nov. 8, 1869. Educated in New York City. (Married.) Member of the firm of W. E. Sabin & Co. President and trustee Greater New York Savings Bank; secretary, treasurer and director German-American Real Estate Title Guarantee Co. Member New York Press and Brooklyn Bicycle Clubs.

OBERMEYER, JOSEPH – Photo-Engraver, 162 Leonard street, New York City; residence 40 West 36th street. Member Reform, Good Government A, Harmonie and Camera Clubs and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

O'BRIAN, JOHN LORD-Lawyer, 706 MooneyBrisbane Building, Buffalo; residence 55 Cleveland avenue. Born in Buffalo, Oct. 14, 1874. Educated at Harvard ('96). (Single.). Junior member of the firm of Seaver & Jenkins. Member Liberal and University Clubs and Delta Upsilon and Phi Delta Phi Fraternities.

O'BRIEN, DAVID-Superintendent, 280 Broadway, New York City; residence 146 West 88th street. Born in New York City, 1842. Educated in public schools. Engaged in meat business in Washington Market for over thirty years, and was for many years president of the West Washington Market Association. Now collector of city revenue and superintendent of markets of the City of New York.

O'BRIEN, DENIS-Associate Justice of the Court of Appeals, Albany; residence Watertown. Born in Ogdensburg, N. Y., March, 1837. Educated in Ogdensburg; studied law and was admitted to the Bar in 1861. Mayor of Watertown, 1878-9; Attorney-General of New York State, 1884-8. Judge of the Court of Appeals of New York since 1889; term expires Dec. 31, 1903.

O'BRIEN, EDWARD C.-Transportation, 52 Broadway, New York City; residence 2 West 43d street. Born in Fort Edward, Washington Co., N. Y. Educated in public schools and at Granville Military Academy, from which he graduated in 1880. Resided in Plattsburgh for a number of years and engaged in flour commission business. Became interested in shipping and transportation and was chairman of the International Deep Waterways Convention held at Cleveland, Ohio, in September, 1896. Served as United States Commissioner of Navigation by appointment of President Harrison, 1889-93. Accepted the position of Commissary-General of Subsistence, with the rank of brigadier-general, on the staff of Governor Morton in 1894, but resigned after three months' service to accept the office of commissioner of docks of the City of New York, of which he was elected president and twice re-elected. Organized the International Express Co. and Pan-American Express Co., and is now president and general manager of both companies. Member Union League, Republican and Lotos Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson, Maritime Association and Board of Trade and Transportation.

O'BRIEN, EDWARD D.-Lawyer, 220 Broadway, New York City; residence 71 West 55th street. Mem. ber Democratic, New York Athletic and Manhattan Clubs and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

O'BRIEN, JOHN-Banker and Broker, 58 Wall street, New York City; residence 145 Madison avenue. street, New York City; residence 145 Madison avenue. Member New York Stock Exchange and of the Metrosign.

O'BRIEN, JOSEPH–Banker and Broker, 58 Wall street, New York City; residence 26 West 35th street. Member New York Stock Exchang and of the Catholic and Manhattan Clubs, and Hamilton Club of Brooklyn.

O'BRIEN, MICHAEL J.-Transportation, 12 West 23d street, New York City; residence 524 Fifth avenue. Born in Baltimore, Md., Sept. 15, 1838. Educated in Baltimore. President and director Southern Express Co. Member Metropolitan, Manhattan, Catholic, Racquet and Tennis and New York Yacht Clubs.

O'BRIEN, MILES M.-Dry Goods Merchant, 224 Church street, New York City; residence 320 West 89th street. Born in Newcastle West, County Limerick, Ireland, 1845. Became a resident of the United States in 1864. General salesman with the H. B. Claflin Co., with which he has been connected since 1866. Was appointed a member of the School Board of the City of New York by Mayor Grace in 1885, and served consecutively during the administrations of his successors, Mayors Hewitt, Grant and Gilroy. Was re-appointed by Mayor Van Wyck early in 1898, and, on May 19, 1900, was elected president of the new School Board of the Boroughs of Manhattan and The Bronx to succeed Joseph J. Little, resigned. By virtue of this office, is president Central Board of Education and chairman boards of trustees of the College of the City of New York, and of the Normal College. Was instrumental in securing the introduction of the free lecture system in the public schools in 1887. Member New York Athletic, Lotos, Wool and Suburban Riding and Driving Clubs.

O'BRIEN, MORGAN JOSEPH-Supreme Court Justice. Madison Square, East, New York City; residence 729 Park avenue. Born in New York City, April 28, 1852. (Son of Morgan and Mary [Burke] O'Brien.) Educated at St. John's College, Fordham (A.B. and LL.B.), St. Francis Xavier College (A.M.) and at Columbia College Law School (LL.B.). Practicing in New York City since his admission to the Bar in 1875. Served as school trustee and as corporation counsel before his appointment to the Bench. Supreme Court Justice, Trial Division, 1888-96; Appellate Division since 1896; term expires Dec. 31, 1901. Member Catholic, New York Athletic, New York Yacht, Suburban Riding and Driving, Manhattan and Lotos Clubs, Aldine Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

OCHS, ADOLPH S.-Publisher, 41 Park row, New York City; residence 70th street and Broadway. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, March 12, 1858. Received a common school education in Knoxville, Tenn. (Married Effie Miriam, daughter of Rev. Isaac M. Wise of Cincinnati, 1883.) Newsboy, 1869; “printer's devil" on Knoxville "Chronicle," 1873-4; printer on Louisville, (Ky.) "Courier-Journal," 1876. Proprietor of the Chattanooga (Tenn.) "Times" since 1878; publisher and controlling owner of the “New York Times" since 1896. President and director Tradesman Publishing Co. of Chattanooga, Tenn. Member Lawyers' and Hardware Clubs.

O'CONNELL, DANIEL–Lawyer, 220 Broadway, New York City; residence 240 West 102d street. Born in Bridgeport, Conn., Oct. 31, 1855. Educated in public schools and Toronto, Can. (Married.) Formerly Assistant United States District Attorney, Southern District of New York. Member Democratic Club, Tammany Society, State Bar Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

O'CONNOR, BERNARD FRANCIS-Railroads, 59 Broad street, New York City; residence Manhasset, L. I. Educated at Johns Hopkins University (Ph.D.) Professor of the Romance languages at Columbia University in the City of New York, 1883-93. President and director New York Underground R. R. Co.; vicepresident and director Wilmington Street Ry, Co. Member New York Athletic and Authors' Clubs and Johns Hopkins Alumni Association.

O'CONNOR, EUGENE F.-Lawyer, 178 Broadway, New York City; residence 428 Clermont avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, Nov. 10, 1844. Educated in Brooklyn public schools, at St. Francis Xavier College and at New York University Law School. (Married.) Served during Civil War; was with Banks' Louisiana Expedition, in Port Hudson, Teche and Red River campaigns with Army of the Potomac, and with Gen, Sheridan in Shenandoah Valley; promoted to a captaincy; wounded at Cedar Creek; discharged Dec. 21, 1864, for wounds received in battle. After the war was engaged in construction department of Union Pacific Railway Co.; was Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Utah agent for several years; New York State senator, 1887-8; Republican candidate for secretary of state, 1891. Incorporator and ex-trustee Kings County Trust Co.; trustee Hamilton Trust Co. Member Columbian Catholic (president), Oxford and Union League Clubs of Brooklyn.

O'CONNOR, JOHN H.-Physician, 150 West 16th street, New York City. Member Catholic Club, Medical Society of the County of New York and University of New York Alumni Association.

O'CONNOR, JOSEPH-Journalist, 146 Frank street, Rochester. Born in Tribes Hill, N. Y., Dec. 17, 1841. Educated at the University of Rochester. (Married.) Editorial writer on Rochester "Post-Express." Has been editorial writer for New York "World," and editor-in-chief of Rochester "Democrat," Indianapolis "Sentinel” and Buffalo "Courier." Member Genesee Valley Club, Authors' Club of New York City, and American Association for the Advancement of Science.

O'CONNOR, MICHAEL P.-Lawyer, 41 Park row, New York City; residence 127 West 97th street. Born in Columbia, S. C., Oct. 4, 1865. Educated at College of Charleston, S. C. (Single.)

O'CONNOR, THOMAS D. - Manufacturer, 103 Chambers street, New York City; residence 12 East 44th street. Educated at Columbia. Secretary and director F. S. Hutchinson Co. and H. V. Keep Shirt Co. Member Psi Upsilon Club, New York Mineralogical Society, Scientific Alliance and Columbia University Alumni Association.

O'CONOR, JOHN C.-Lawyer, 62 Wall street, New York City; residence 24 East 33d street. Educated at Columbia. Member Union League, University Athletic and Church Clubs, Society of Colonial Wars, Columbia University Alumni and Down Town Associations and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

O'CONOR, JOHN FRANCIS XAVIER-Roman Catholic Clergyman, 30 West 16th street, New York City. Born in New York City, Aug. 1, 1852. Educated at St. Francis Xavier College ('72) and at Johns Hopkins University; also studied in England and Belgium. Became a member of the Society of Jesus in 1872 and was ordained priest in 1885. Now professor of rhetoric to junior class and professor of literature in postgraduate course at St. Francis Xavier College. Author of "Something to Read," "Reading and the Mind," "Practice of Humility," "Three Holy Lives," "Two Captives," "History of the Early Jesuit Missions in the United States," "Rhetoric and Oratory," "Life of St. Ignatius," "Life of St. Aloysius," "Sacred Scenes and Mysteries" and many other works.

O'DAY, DANIEL-Capitalist, 26 Broadway, New York City; residence 128 West 72d street. Born in Ireland, Feb. 6, 1844. Educated in Buffalo (N. Y.) public schools. Went to Pennsylvania oil regions in 1865 and became connected with the oil transportation business. President and director Buffalo Natural Gas Co., Buffalo General Electric Co., Northwestern Ohio Natural Gas Co. and People's Bank of Buffalo; director Buffalo, Bellevue and Lancaster Ry, Co., Buffalo

O'CONNELL, JOHN-Dry Goods Merchant, 66 Leonard street, New York City; residence 302 West End avenue. Educated at Cooper Union. Member Catholic and Arkwright Clubs, Friendly Sons of St. Patrick and Cooper Union Alumni Association.

O'CONNOR, ARTHUR V.--Architect, 160 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 240 East 40th street. Born in New York City, Feb. 14, 1873. Educated at Sacred Heart Academy, Westchester, N. Y. (Single.) Now connected with McKim, Mead & White, in whose office he studied architecture. Member Knickerbocker Yacht and Catholic Clubs.

Gas Co., Buffalo Loan, Trust and Safe Deposit Co., Buffalo, Thousand Islands and Portland R. R. Co., Crosstown Street Ry, Co., International Steam Pump Co., Lanyon Zinc Co., National Transit Co., New York Transit Co., Niagara Falls and Lewiston R. R. Co., and Seaboard National Bank; trustee Colonial Safe Deposit Co., Colonial Trust Co. and New York Produce Exchange Safe Deposit and Storage Co. Member American Yacht, Manhattan, New York Athletic, Lotos, Colonial, Catholic, Racquet and Tennis, and Engineers' Clubs.

ODDIE, JOHN VAN SCHAICK-Secretary, 67 Madison avenue, New York City; residence 59 West 48th street. Member New York Athletic, New York Yacht (secretary), Larchmont Yacht and Manhattan Clubs, and Eastern Yacht Club of Boston, Mass.

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ODDIE, ORVILLE-Broker, 35 Broad street, New York City; residence 124 Joralemon street, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, Aug. 21, 1833. Educated at Young's Collegiate Institute and Professor Morrell French's Academy, Brooklyn. (Married.) Has been business as Orville Oddie, Oddie & St. George, Oddie, in business as Orville Oddie, Oddie & St. George, Oddie, St. George & Co.. Oddie & Gamble, and Oddie & Co. Now trading as Orville Oddie. Member St. George's Society (life), New York City Guard, Old Guard of ica and Sons of the American Revolution.

ODELL, BENJAMIN PARKER, JR.—Merchant, 56 Pine street, New York City; residence Fifth Avenue Hotel, and Newburgh. Born in Newburgh, Jan. 14, 1854. Educated in public schools, at Bethany (W. Va.) College and at Columbia ('77). Left the latter institution before graduation and engaged in the ice business with his father. (Married first, Estelle Crist in 1877, who died in 1888; second, in 1891, Mrs. Linda C. Traphagen.) Became identified with the Republican party organization in his district and has attained great prominence therein. From the ice business, he branched out and became interested in electric street railways, electric lighting and power companies and in banking enterprises. In 1884, became a member of the Republican State Committee, and chairman of the Republican State Executive Committee in 1894, which position he still holds. Represented the Seventeenth Congressional District in the House of Representatives, 1895-9. Delegate-at-large from New York State to the National Republican Convention of 1900, and chairman of the New York State Republican Convention of that year. Unanimously nominated by the latter body as candidate for Governor of the State of New York, ex-Governor Black making the speech in nomination. Ex-president Newburgh Electric Light and Power Co.; ex-vice-president Haverstraw Electric Light, Heat and Power Co.; ex-treasurer and secretary Muchattoes Lake Lce Co. Member Lawyers' and Republican Clubs, and Orange Lake, Newburgh Golf, Powelton and City Clubs of Newburgh.

ODELL, CHARLES H.-Steel, 44 Wall street, New York City; residence Yonkers. Educated at Union College. Agent Carnegie Bros. & Co. Member Duquesne Club of Pittsburg, Pa., Union College Alumni Association and American Museum of Natural History.

O'DONOHUE. CHARLES-Coffee Importer, 88 Front street, New York City; residence 147 Herkimer street, Brooklyn. Born_in Brooklyn, Aug. 16, 1859. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. (Married.) Member of the firm of John O'Donohue's Sons and the New York Coffee Exchange. Treasurer and secretary Analomink Paper Co.; director Knickerbocker Mills; trustee East River Savings Bank. Member Penataquit-Corinthian Yacht (rear-commodore) and Lotos Clubs, and Riding and Driving Club of Brooklyn.

O'DONOHUE, FLORINCE-Physician, 314 Clinton street, Syracuse. Born in Syracuse, Oct. 8, 1850. Educated at Onondaga Academy, Cazenovia Seminary and Syracuse University. (Married.) Ex-president New York State Board of Health and New York State Tuberculosis Commission. Member Citizens' Club.

O'DONOHUE, JOSEPH J., JR.-Ooffee Merchant, 101 Front street, New York City; residence 262 West 73d street. Member of the firm of Jos. J. O'Donohue's Sons. President and director Brooklyn Ferry Co.; vice-president and director Agatine Shoe Hook and Eyelet Co.; director Eighth Avenue R. R., Co., Evergreen Cemetery, New Jersey Steamboat Co. and Ninth Avenue R. R. Co. Member New York Athletic and Colonial Clubs and Down Town Association.

O'DONOHUE, THOMAS J.-Coffee Merchant, 101 Front street, New York City; residence 550 Park ave

in , X in New York City. (Married.) Member of the firm of Jos. J. O'Donohue's Sons. Vice-president Agatine Shoe Hook and Eyelet Co.; director New Amsterdam Casualty Co.; trustee Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum. Member New York Athletic Club and Down Town Association.

O'DONOVAN, WILLIAM R.-Sculptor, 105 East 17th street, New York City. Born in Preston County, Va., March 28, 1844. Served in Confederate Army during Civil War. Established a studio in New York City in 1866. Has executed many important portrait busts, bas-reliefs and monuments. Member National Academy of Design.

O'DWYER, EDWARD F.-Judge, 32 Chambers street, New York City; residence_37 West 76th street. Born in New York City, 1860. Educated in public schools and by private tutors; studied law and was admitted to the Bar in 1881. Counsel to the Brooklyn Fire Department. 1882-4; represented the Twenty-first Assembly District on the New York Board of Aldermen, 1885. Was elected to the City Court Bench in 1895 to succeed the late Chief Justice Ehrlich and was subsequently re-elected; present term expires Dec. 31, 1903. Member Democratic Cluh.

O'DELL, DANIEL-Banker and Broker, 5 New street, New York City; residence 450 Fifth' avenue. Born in Farmington, Ontario Co., N. Y., Sept. 15, 1858. Educated in common schools. (Widower.) Head of the firm of Daniel O'Dell & Co., and member of the New York Stock Exchange. Was superintendent of agency department of New York Life Insurance Co., for nearly twenty years; resigned in 1887 to engage in banking. Director in several companies. Member Republican Club.

ODELL. HAMMOND-Lawyer, 35 Nassau street, New York City; residence 135 West 75th street. Born in New York City. Aug. 16, 1869. Educated at Columbia ('89). (Single.) Member University Club, Columbia University Alumni Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

ODELL, ISAAC H.-Broker, 2 Wall street, New York City. Member of the firm of Mills & Odell, members of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Colonial Club.

OEHME, JULIUS-Art Galleries, 384 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 42 East 70th street. Member Grolier and Union League Clubs, American Fine Arts Society and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

OELRICHS, CHARLES MAY–Stock Broker, 40 Exchange place, New York City; residence 35 Madison avenue. Born in Baltimore, Md., Aug. 27, 1857. Educated at St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H., and at Hanover Polytechnic, Germany. (Married.) Head of the firm of Charles M. Oelrichs & Co., and member of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Union and Metropolitan Clubs.

OELRICHS, HERMANN–Retired Shipping Merchant, 1 East 57th street, New York City. Born in Baltimore, Md., June 8, 1850. Educated in the United States and in Germany. (Married a daughter of James G. Fair, Esq., of California.) Formerly member of the firm of Delrichs & Co., American agents for the North-German Lloyd Steamship Co. Director Mount Morris Bank, National Park Bank, Nicaragua Co., Ohio River R. R. Co. and Plaza Bank. Member Manhattan, Metropolitan, Democratic, New York Yacht, Lawyers', Players', Racquet and Tennis and Union Clubs and Liederkranz.

OGDEN, DAVID B.-Lawyer, 111 Broadway, New York City; residence 12 East Tenth street. Educated at Columbia ('69). Member of the firm of Parsons, Shepard & Ogden. Vice-president and director Lawyers' Title Insurance Co.; treasurer and director

Broadway Theatre Co. and American Theatre Opera Co.; secretary and director Knickerbocker Real Estate Co.; director General American Reduction Co. and Lawyers' Mortgage Insurance Co. Member University, Church, City and Tuxedo Clubs, Columbia University Alumni and Century Associations and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

O'GORMAN, JAMES A.-Supreme Court Justice, County Court House, New York City; residence 408 West 438 street. Born in New York City, May 5, 1860. Educated in public schools, at the College of the City of New York and at University Law School. (Married.) Served as Justice of the Tenth District Municipal Court, 1896-9, in which latter year he was elected a Supreme Court Justice for term expiring Dec. 31, 1913. Member New York Athletic, Catholic and Democratic Clubs.

O'KEEFE, JOHN G.–Stock Broker, 66 Broadway, New York City; residence 10 West 123d street. Member of the firm of H. L. Horton & Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Catholic Club.

O'KENNEDY, J. J. KARBRY-Lawyer, 71 Broadway, New York City. Born in Ireland, May 20, 1862. Educated in Dublin and in Paris; degrees of A.M. and LL.D. from University of Ireland. Practiced as a barrister-at-law at King's Inn, Dublin. (Married.) Member American-Irish Historical Society, Friendly Sons of St. Patrick and King's Inn, Dublin Bar, Munster Bar and Chicago (III.) Bar Associations.

OGDEN, FRANCIS LUDLOW - Lawyer, 111 Broadway, New York City: residence 246 Lexington avenue. Educated at Columbia ('74). Member of the firm of Parsons, Shepard & Ogden. Member University and Reform Clubs, Columbia University Alumni Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

OGDEN, HENRY-Real Estate Agent, 7 Pine street and 127 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 142 East 18th street. Born and educated in New York City. (Single.) Member of the firm of Ogden & Clarkson. Has been engaged in the real estate business since 1868. Member Torrey Botanical and Church Clubs and Scientific Alliance.

OGDEN, HENRY NEELY-Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 614 University avenue. Educated at Cornell. Degree of C.E. Assistant professor of civil engineering at Cornell University.

OGDEN, LOUIS MANSFIELD_Lawyer, 27 William street, New York City; residence 51 East 30th street. Member Union and Reform Clubs and Sons of the Revolution.

OGDEN, LUDLOW-Lawyer, 4 Warren Street, New York City; residence 536 West 148th street. Educated at Columbia (72). Member University, Church and Delta Phi Clubs, Society of Colonial Wars, Columbia University Alumni Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

OGDEN, MORTIMER C.-Hardware Merchant, 98 Chambers street, New York City; residence 38 Monroe place, Brooklyn. President and director Eagle Lock Co., Southington Cutlery Co. and New York Vitrified Tile Co.; director Peck, Stow & Wilcox Co. and Van Wagoner & Williams Co. Member Hardware Club.

OGDEN, ROBERT C.-Dry Goods Merchant, 784 Broadway, New York City; residence 22 West 55th street. Born in Philadelphia, Pa., June 20, 1836. Educated in Philadelphia. Associated with the house of John Wanamaker. President board of trustees, Hampton (Va.) Institute; director Union Theological Seminary. Member Twilight, Quill, Presbyterian, Nineteenth and Twentieth Century, Union League, National Arts and Army and Navy Clubs, Union League Club of Philadelphia, and Aldine and Century Associations.

OGDEN, WALTER-Real Estate, 46 Cedar street, New York City; residence Morristown, N. J. Born in New York City, Sept. 21, 1848. Educated at Columbia ('70). (Single)' Member University Club, St. Nicholas Society, Columbia Alumni Association and Colonial Order.

OGDEN, WILLIAM B. - Insurance, 20 Liberty street, New York City; residence 173 West 126th street. Born in New York City, Sept. 13, 1841. Educated in public schools and at the College of the City of New York. (Married.) New York City agent Newark Fire Insurance Co. of Newark, N. J., and United Fire Insurance Co. of Baltimore; ex-secretary Brewers' and Maltsters' Insurance Co.; ex-treasurer St. Andrew's Protestant Episcopal Church; chairman Fire Patrol Committee of New York Board of Fire Underwriters. Member Lafayette Post No. 140, G. A. R.

OLCOTT, CHAUNCEY – Actor, Grand Opera House, New York City; residence Buffalo. Born in Buffalo, July 21, 1860. Educated in common schools. (Married Margaret O'Donovan of San Francisco, Cal., 1897.) Made first professional appearance, with R. M. Hooley's Company, in 1880. Succeeded William J. Scanlan as star in Irish musical dramas, and has appeared in various leading roles throughout the United States and England. Member Buffalo Club, Players' and Lambs' Clubs of New York City, and Lyric and Eccentric Clubs of London, England.

OLCOTT, DUDLEY (Lieutenant-Colonel)-Banker, Albany; residence 9 Ten Broeck place. President and trustee Mechanics and Farmers' Savings Bank; trustee Metropolitan Trust Co. and Mutual Life Insurance Co., both of New York. Member Fort Orange and Country Clubs, Grolier, Metropolitan, Union League and Reform Clubs and Down Town Association of New York City, and Military Order of the Loyal Legion.

OLCOTT, EBEN ERSKINE–Mining Engineer, 18 Broadway. New York City; residence 38 West 39th street. Born in New York City, 1854. Educated at the College of the City of New York and at the School of Mines of Columbia University (E.M., 74). Treasurer and director Hudson River Steamboat Line; director Cairo R. R. Co. and Catskill Mountain Ry. Co. Member University and Engineers' Clubs, Down Town Association, American Society of Civil Engineers, American Institute of Mining Engineers and American Museum of Natural History.

OLCOTT, FREDERICK P. – Banker, 54 Wall street, New York City; residence 4 East 53d street. Born in Albany, N. Y, 1841. Educated at Albany Academy. Connected for many years with the banking firms of Blake Bros. & Co. and Phelps, Stokes & Co., in New York City. Served one term as New York State Comptroller. President and trustee Central Trust Co.; president and director Galveston, Houston and Henderson R. R. Co.; vice-president and director Bank of America; treasurer and director Union Traction and Electrical Co.; director Amalgamated Copper Co., Audit Co. of New York, Brooklyn Elevated R. R. Co., Brooklyn Rapid Transit Co., Brooklyn Wharf and Warehouse Co., Central Realty Bond and Trust Co., Colorado Midland R. R. Co., Colorado and Southern Ry. Co., Magdeburg Fire Insurance Co., Na. tional Union Bank, New York, Chicago and St. Louis R. R. Co., Popular Photograph Co., St. Joseph and Grand Island R. R. Co. and Sixth Avenue R. R. Co.: trustee Williamsburg Trust Co. Member Union League, Metropolitan, Manhattan, Turf and Field, Barnard, Riding and Driving, Morristown (N. J.). New York Yacht and Driving Clubs, Chamber of Commerce, Down Town Association, American Museum of Natural History and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

OLCOTT, GEORGE M.-Wholesale Druggist, 86 William street, New York City; residence 146 Remsen street, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, 1835. Educated in Brooklyn and New York. (Married.) Member of the firm of Dodge & Olcott. Director Franklin Safe Deposit Co., Franklin Trust Co., Lloyds Plate Glass

OGILVIE, CLINTON–Artist, 52 East 23d_street, New York City; residence 55 West 55th street. Born in New York City, Dec. 28, 1838. Studied painting under James M. Hart, and in Paris, France. Has spent several seasons abroad. Makes a specialty of landscape paintings. Member Camera Club, Century Association and National Academy of Design.

OGILVIE, JOHN S.-Publisher, 57 Rose street, New York City; residence 873 St. Marks_avenue, Brooklyn. Director Seventeenth Ward Bank of Brooklyn. Member Union League Club of Brooklyn.

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