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Inanager, secretary and director Campbell Stores. Member Crescent Athletic and Lincoln Clubs of Brooklyn.

BERRY, PERLEY M.–Manager, 90 West Broadway, New York City; residence 252 Lafayette avenue, Passaic, N. J. Born, Feb. 14, 1856. Educated in Massachusetts and Maine public schools and at Limerick Academy. (Widower.) President Board of Trade, Passaic, N. J. Member Commercial Club, Passaic, Yountakah Country and Bear River Clubs of New Jersey, and Country Club of Maine.

BERRY, WILTON G.-Secretary, 24 Whitehall street, New York City; residence 170 West 78th street. Member Sons of the Revolution, Psi Upsilon Fraternity, and American Institute of Mechanical Engineers.

BERWIND, EDWARD J.-Coal, 1 Broadway, New York City; residence 2 East 64th street. Born in Philadelphia, Pa., June 17, 1848. Educated at the United States Naval Academy. (Married.) President and director Berwind-White Coal Mining Co., Pennsylvania and Northwestern R. R. Co., Ocean Coal Co. and Punxsutawney Coal and Coke Co.; first vicepresident Morton Trust Co..; director Alexandria Coal Co., Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Co., Atlantic and Pacific R. R. Co., Elk Run Co., Fifth Avenue Trust Co., Santa Fe Pacific R. R. Co., Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke Co. and Colorado Southern R. R. Co. Member Metropolitan, Union, University, Turf and Field, Riding, City, New York Yacht and Collie Clubs, United States Naval Academy Alumni Association, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Geographical Society, American Museum of Natural History, and Musical Arts Society of New York,

BEST, WILLIS J.-Transportation, 27 William street, New York City; residence 21 West 31st street. Born in Chatham, N. Y. Educated in Poughkeepsie. (Single.) Connected with the Atlantic and Mexican Gulf Steamship Co., and F. J. Lord & Co. Member New York, Atlantic Yacht and Colonial Clubs.

BETTLE, SAMUEL-Steamships, 73 Broadway, New York City; residence 7 West 26th street. (Married.) Member St. Andrew's Golf, New York Yacht and Union Clubs, Philadelphia, Rittenhouse and Country Clubs of Philadelphia, Pa., and Down Town Association.

BETTS, CRAVEN LANGSTROTCH-Author, 14 West 12th street, New York City; residence 450 Manhattan avenue. Born in St. Johns, New Brunswick, April 23, 1853. (Son of Hiram and Sarah A. [Purdy) Betts.) Educated in New Brunswick at St. John's Grammar School and Fredricton College. (Single.) Author of "The Perfume Holder," "A Persian Love Story," "Tales of a Garrison Town," "A Garland of Sonnets," and others. Secretary American Authors' Guild. Member Salmagundi Club and American Society of Authors.

BETTS, E. H.-Underwriter, 45 William street, New York City; residence Mt. Vernon. Born in New York City, Jan. 16, 1837. Educated in New York City. (Married.) Member of the firm of E. H. Betts & Co. Secretary, director and manager Lafayette Fire Insurance Co. Member Underwriters' Club, and Chester Hill Club of Mt. Vernon.

BETTS, FREDERIC H.-Lawyer, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 22 East 65th street. Member of the firm of Betts, Betts, Sheffield & Betts. Lecturer on patent law in Yale University, 1873-85. Member University, Metropolitan, City, Lawyers', Grolier and Church Clubs, Century and Yale Alumni Associations, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of the Rev. olution, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Musical Arts Society, and Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson.

BETTS, GEORGE WHITEFIELD, JR.-Lawyer, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence Englewood, N. J., and Princeton Club, New York City. Born in Englewood, N. J., Feb. 14, 1871. Educated at Princeton. (Single.) Member of the firm of Hunt, Hill & Betts. Member Princeton, Englewood Field and Englewood Golf Clubs, Tiger Gun Club, and American Whig Society of Princeton.

BETTS, L. F. HOLBROOK-Lawyer, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 22 East 65th street. Born May 21, 1870. Member of the firm of Betts, Betts,

Sheffield & Betts. Member University and Knickerbocker Clubs, Yale Alumni Association, Society of Colonial Wars, and Sons of the Revolution.

BETTS, SAMUEL TALLMAN–Real Estate Investor, 332 South Salina street, Syracuse; residence 416 James street. Born in Syracuse, July 6, 1854. (Son of Lewis and Esther (West) Betts.) (Married Edith Lizette, daughter of Allen and Lucy w. Butler.) With Hemingway & Co. for eighteen years. Was general secretary Young Men's Christian Association of Portland, Me. Entered his present profession in 1889. President Central New York Horticultural Society and Syracuse Free Dispensary; vice-president Bureau of Labor and Charities, and Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Life member New York State Agricultural Society, Central New York Horticultural Society and the Onondaga County Historical Society. Member Rose Society of America, Anglers' Club of Onondaga County, Citizens' Club of Syracuse, Park Central Presbyterian Church, Young Men's Christian Association, and Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

BEUTENMULLER, WILLIAM-Curator, American Museum of Natural History, New York City; residence 106 West 133d street. Born in Hoboken, N. J., March 31, 1864. Educated in public and private schools, and at a business college in New York City. Author of "Butterflies and Moths Found within Fifty Miles of New York City," and over a hundred articles on entomology in scientific magazines. Editor of the Journal of the New York Entomological Society. Curator in Entomology Department of the American Museum of Natural History since 1889. Member New York Entomological Society, Torrey Botanical Club, and others.

BEVERIDGE, ALVEN-Broker, 10 Wall Street, New York City; residence New Rochelle. Member New York Club and New England Society,

BEVERIDGE, JAMES–Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence 56 Clark street, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, Feb. 8, 1868. Educated at Fort Edward Collegiate Institute, Princeton University and New York Law School. (Single.) Member of the firm of Lamb & Beveridge. Member Princeton Club, and Princeton University Alumni Association.

BEVIN, LEANDER A.–Vice-President, 22 Cortland street, New York City; residence 150 West 76th street. Born in East Hampton, Conn., March 30, 1845. Educated at Williston Seminary, Phillips Exeter Acad. emy and Yale. (Married.) Treasurer and director Delamater Iron Works; secretary and director RiderEricsson Engine Co.; director Garfield Safe Deposit Co. Member New England Society, Colonial Club, Sons of the American Revolution, and the Laurentian Club of Canada.

BEYEA, JAMES L.-Physician, 217 Second avenue, New York City. Born in Goshen, Orange Co., N. Y., July 28, 1837. Educated at Farmers' Hall Academy, Goshen, and the New York Homeopathic Medical Col. lege and Hospital. (Single.) Physician to the Association for Befriending Children and Young Girls. Member Lafayette Post G. A. R., and Chiron Club.

BEYER, GUSTAVE-Furrier and Entomologist, 771 Broadway, New York City; residence 511 East 117th street. Born in Baerenstein, Saxony, July 5, 1840. Educated in Walkenstein, Saxony. Came to the United States, 1861. Member of the firm of G. W. Beyer & Co. Has one of the best and largest collections of American beetles.

BIBB, WILLIAM GARRETT-Broker, 33 Wall street, New York City; residence 10 West 43d street. Born in New Orleans, La. Educated at Episcopal High School in Virginia and at the University of Virginia. (Single.) Member Metropolitan, Calumet, Chi Phi, Lawyers', Church and Fencers' Clubs, and Southern Society.

BIBBY, ANDREW ALDRIDGE-Real Estate, 65 Liberty street, New York City; residence 56 East 49th street. Born in New York City, May 30, 1864. Educated in New York City. (Single) Member Delta Phi (ex-vice-president), Calumet and Knickerbocker Clubs, Society of Colonial Wars and St Nicholas Society.

BICKELHAUPT, A.-Merchant, Redwood. Boro in G any, March 10, 1848. Educated in common schools. (Married.) Was director First National Bank. Member Watertown Commandery, No. 11, K. T.: Syracuse Consistory No. 330, Alexandria Lodge No. 297, F. & A. M., and Theresa Chapter No. 149, R. A. M.

BICKFORD, C. H.-Farmer, Adams. Born in Harrisburgh, Lewis Co., N. Y., Aug. 23, 1861. Educated at Cook County Normal School and Cornell. (Single.) Was teacher of mathematics State Normal School, Indiana, Pa., and teacher of physics State Normal School, Platteville, Wis. Director Citizens' National Bank. Member Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Psi Fraternities.

BICKLEY, LAWRENCE WHARTON—Broker, 20 Broad street, New York City; residence Manhattan Club. Born and educated in Philadelphia, Pa. (Single.) Member of the firm of Bickley & Hopkins, and of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Manhattan, New York Athletic and Carteret Gun Clubs, Sons of the Revolution, Society of Colonial Wars, and Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

BICKMORE, ALBERT SMITH-Curator, American Museum of Natural History, New York City; residence 12 East 41st street. Born in St. George, Me., March 1, 1839. Educated at Dartmouth ('60); studied under Agassiz at Lawrence Scientific School, Harvard. (Married.) Author of "Travels in East Indian Archipelago," "The Ainos or Hairy Men of Jesso" and "Sketch of a Journey from Canton to Hangkow." Member Camera Club, Dartmouth Alumni and Century Associations, Baptist Social Union and American Geographical Society.

BIDWELL, GEORGE R.-Collector of Customs, Custom House, New York City; residence Hotel Endicott. Born in Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1858. Educated in city schools. (Married.) Secretary and director Spalding-Bidwell Co.; director Dr. Savage's Physical Development Institute. Member Lawyers', Transportation, American Yacht, Columbia Yacht, New York Yacht and Republican Clubs.

BIERSTADT, ALBERT-Landscape Artist, 322 Fifth avenue, New York City. Born near Düsseldort, Germany, Jan. 7, 1830. Has painted many pictures of scenes in the Rocky Mountains, Sierras and Switzerland, and has been awarded many foreign medals, and the crosses of the Legion of Honor and St. Stanislaus, and Imperial Order of the Medjidii. Member Union League, and Boone and Crockett Clubs, National Academy of Design, National Institute of Arts and Letters, Century Association, and others.

BIGELOW, CHARLES E.-President, 91 Chambers street, New York City; residence Plaza Hotel. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., July 29, 1851. Educated at Yale. (Married.) President and director Bay State Shoe and Leather Co.; vice-president and director Gansevoort Bank; trustee Bowery Savings Bank. Member University Club, Marine and Field, Crescent Athletic, Brooklyn and Hamilton Clubs of Brooklyn, and Yale Alumni Association.

BIGELOW, CLARENCE 0.-Apothecary, 102 Sixth avenue, New York City; residence 146 West 78th street. Born in Phenix, R. I., Nov. 29, 1851. Educated in public schools of Chicopee, Mass., and at New York College of Pharmacy. (Single.) Trustee West Side Savings Bank; president New York Board of Pharmacy; treasurer College of Pharmacy of the City of New York. Member Aldine, New York State Pharmaceutical, and American Pharmaceutical Associations, German Apothecaries' Society of New York, and Past Master Ancient Lodge, No. 724, F. & A. M.

BIGELOW, EDWIN W.-Vice-President, 91 Chambers street, New York City; residence 10 Schermerhorn street, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, April 7, 1861. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. (Married.) Vice-president and director Bay State Shoe and Leather Co. Member Crescent Athletic and Hamton Clubs of Brooklyn.

BIGELOW, ERNEST A.-Lawyer, 35 Nassau street, New York City; residence 18 West_40th street. Born in Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 4, 1868. Educated at Harvard. (Married.) Member Harvard and Union Clubs.

BIGELOW, WESLEY—233 Fifth avenue, New York City. Born in Massachusetts, Nov. 16, 1847. Edu

cated at Allen's Academy, Newton, Mass. (Single.) Member Twilight, Reform, Manhattan Chess, and Atlantic Yacht Clubs, and Sons of the Revolution.

BIGELOW, WILLIAM B.-Architect, 1123 Broadway, New York City; residence University Club. Born in Medford, Mass., Feb. 5, 1852. Educated at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris. (Married.) Member University Club, American Institute of Architects (New York Chapter) and Beaux-Arts Society of Architects.

BIGGS, HERMANN M.-Physician, 5 West 58th street, New York City. Born in Trumansburg, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1859. Educated at Cornell ('82), Bellevue Hospital Medical College ('83), and Universities of Berlin and Greifswald, Germany. (Married Frances M. Richardson.) Pathologist and director in bacteriological laboratories of the Health Department, 1892. Professor in Bellevue Hospital Medical College since 1887; attending physician in Bellevue and St. Vincent's Hospitals. President New York Pathological Society; director Carnegie Laboratory. Contributor to medical periodicals. Member University, Cornell and Quill Clubs, Century Association, and New York Academy of Medicine.

BIGLOW, LUCIUS HORATIO–Retired, 340 West End avenue, New York City, and Ridgefield, Conn. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., May 26, 1833. President and director Duncan Co., and Metropolitan Realty Co.; vice-president and director Maltine Mi'g Co.; director Merchant's Exchange National Bank, Preferred Accident Insurance Co., Hamilton Trust Co., and Worcester Salt Co. Member Hardware, Union League, Suburban Riding and Driving, and Arts Clubs, Aldine Association, American Geographical and New England Societies, and American Museum of Natural History.

BILLINGS, FREDERICK-Banker and President, 15 Wall street, New York City; residence 279 Madison avenue. Born in Woodstock, Vt., Dec. 23, 1866. Educated at the University of Vermont. (Single.) Member Union League, Riding, Republican and University Clubs, University of Vermont Alumni Association, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BILLINGS, HARRY MORTIMER-28 West 50th® street, New York City. Director Lettuce Cream Co. Member Calumet, New York Yacht, Larchmont Yacht and Racquet Clubs, and Ardsley Club of Ardsley-onHudson.

BILLINGS. JOHN SHAW-Surgeon and Librarian, 40 Lafayette place, New York City; residence 32 East 31st street. Born in Switzerland County, Ind., April 12, 1839. Educated at Miami University ('57 and A.M., '60), and Ohio Medical College (M.D.). Degrees of LL.D., Edinburgh, 1884; LL.D., Harvard 1886; LL.D., Buda-Pesth 1896; M.D., Munich 1889; M.D., Dublin 1892, and D.C.L., Oxford 1889. Demonstrator of anatomy in Medical College of Ohio, 1860-1. Served in army during Civil War as assistant surgeon, surgeon, lieutenantcolonel, deputy surgeon-general, and medical inspector of the Army of the Potomac. Professor of hygiene in University of Pennsylvania, 1893-6; since 1896 Director of New York Public Library (Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations). Extensive writer on medical and sanitary subjects. Author of "Principles of Ventilation and Heating," "National Medical Dictionary," and many others. Member Authors' Club, and Century Association, and Cosmos Club of Washington.

BILLINGS, WILLIAM E.-Lawyer, 25 Pine street, New York City; residence 34 Gramercy Park. (Single.) Member Union League and Yale Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BINGHAM, FRANK PARKER-Physician, 218 Kingsley street, Buffalo; residence 525 Niagara street. Born in Pleasantville, Pa., April 13, 1874. Educated at Titusville (Pa.) High School ('92), University of Vermont ('96), and University of Buffalo ('99). Resident physician German Deaconess Hospital. Member Phi Delta Theta Fraternity and University Club.

BINGHAM, THOMAS-Meat and Produce, 13 Thirteenth avenue, New York City; residence 826 Washington street. Born in Ireland, Sept. 2, 1843. Educated in national and public schools. (Married.) Senior member of the firm of T. Bingham & Co. Member Ninth Ward Republican Club, and Masonic Orders.

BINGHAM, WELLS A.-Paper Merchant, 150 Worth street, New York City; residence Bloomfield, N. J. Born in East_Haddam, Conn., Aug. 7, 1846. Educated at Kimball Union Academy, Meriden, N. H., and at Dartmouth College. (Married.) President and treasurer W. A. Bingham & Co. Member New England Society, Dartmouth College Alumni Association and Lafayette Post No. 140, G. A. R.

BINZEN, FREDERICK W.-Printer, 1997 Third avenue, New York City; residence 1327 Fifth avenue. Born in New York City. May 14, 1869. Educated in city grammar and high schools. (Married.) Member of the firm of F. W. Binzen & Co., and connected with A. C. Haus & Co. Member Echo Club and Improved Order of Heptasophs.

BIRD, HERBERT S.-Chemist, 65 Ninth street, Brooklyn; residence 486 East Eighth street. Born in Boston, Mass., April, 1866. Educated in Boston schools, at Medway High School, and at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (Married.) Analytical chemist, Tartar Chemical Co. Member Massachusetts Institute of Technology Alumni Society of New York, and American Chemical Society.

BIRD, J. WARREN-Lawyer, 34 Pine street, New York City; residence 63 West 46th street. Educated at Princeton. (Single.) Member University Athletic and University Clubs, and Ardsley Club of Ardsley-onHudson.

BIRDSALL, GEORGE N.-Banker, 54 West 320 street, New York City; residence 688 Macon street, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, Ohio, Nov. 17, 1836. Educated in public schools and academies in New York city and state. (Married.) Treasurer and trustee Union Dime Savings Institution. Member Union League Club of Brooklyn.

BIRDSALL, GEORGE W.-Engineer, 21 Park row, New York City; residence 56 West 38th street. Born in New York City, 1836. Educated at the College of the City of New York ('53). Assistant engineer, Department of Public Works, 1871-9; chief engineer of same, 1879-98; chief engineer Department of Water Supply since 1898. Member City College Club and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BIRDSEYE, CLARENCE F.-Lawyer, 71 Broadway, New York City. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., June 6, 1854. (Son of Lucius Birdseye.) Educated at Amherst College ("74) and Columbia Law School ("77). (Married Ada J. Underwood.) Author of "Birdseye's Revised Statutes," "Codes and General Laws of the State of New York," "Chronological Table of the Laws of New York," "Greater New York Charter," "Analytical Index of New York Code of Civil Procedure," "Birdseye's Abbott's Clerks' and Conveyancers' Assistant," and others. Member Hamilton, Park Hill Country, and Shelter Island Yacht Clubs, and Amherst College Alumni Association.

BIRDSEYE, RUFUS P.-Banker, Utica; residence 429 Genesee street. Born in Trenton, N. J. Educated in Utica. (Married.) Trustee Savings Bank of Utica; director Mohawk Valley Cotton Mills. Member Fort Schuyler Club, and Oriental Lodge No. 214, F. & A. M.

BIRKINS, ERNEST R.-Physician and Principal, Public School No. 10, St. Nicholas avenue and 117th street, New York City: residence 192 Lenox avenue. Born in Germantown, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1856. Educated in public schools, at the College of the City of New York and the Medical Department of the University of the City of New York. (Married.) Member Harlem and Schoolmasters' Clubs, Medical Society of the County of New York, New York Society of Pedagogy, Hol Skolastikoi, and Male Principals' and Teachers' Association.

BIRMINGHAM, ERNEST F.-Editor and Publisher, 19 Park row, New York City; residence 117 West 79th street. Born in New Haven, Conn., 1860. Educated at New York University ('79). Editor and publisher of the "Fourth Estate," and of the “News Letter.” Member Hardware, Psi Upsilon, New York Press, Richmond County and Staten Island Cricket Clubs, and New York University Alumni Association.

BIRMINGHAM, STIRLING-Broker, 120 Broadway, New York City: residence Far Rockaway. Born in Maryland, 1863. (Married.) Vice-president Muscatine North and South Railroad Co. Member Lawyers' Club.

BIRNEY, WILLIAM V.-Artist, 58 West 57th street, New York City. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. Educated at Boston Art School, Philadelphia Academy and Royal Academy, Munich, Germany. (Married.) Member Salmagundi Sketch, Brooklyn Art, Philadelphia Sketch and New York Water Color Clubs.

BIRRELL, HENRY-Publisher, University Building, Washington square, New York City; residence 48 East 26th street. Born in Scotland, Nov. 27, 1856. Educated at New York City Public School No. 35. (Married.) Presidential Elector Twelfth Congressional District, 1896. Connected with the American Book Co. Member New York Athletic and Republican Clubs, and Aldine Association.

BISBEE, ELDON-Lawyer, 32 Liberty street, New York City Born in Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 26, 1866. Educated at Harvard. (Married.) Member Harvard and University Clubs, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BISCHOFF, HENRY, JR.,Supreme Court Justice, County Court House, New York City; residence 19 West 96th street. Born in 1852. Educated in New York City public schools, at Bloomfield (N. J.) Academy, and at Columbia College Law School ('71). Admitted to the Bar, 1873. Collector of arrears of personal taxes, 1879-89. Judge Court of Common Pleas, 1890-4; Supreme Court Justice since 1894; term expires, 1903. Director Union Square Bank. Member Manhattan, Colonial and Democratic Clubs, and Liederkranz.

BISHOP, CORTLANDT FIELD – Lawyer, 11 Madison avenue, New York city; residence 13 Madison avenue. Born in New York City, Nov. 24, 1870. Educated at Columbia University (A.B., '91 and Ph.D., "93) and Columbia Law School. (Married.) Member Metropolitan, City, Grolier, Collectors' and Knickerbocker Clubs, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, American Museum of Natural History, National Academy of Design, Society of Colonial Wars, and Columbia University Alumni Association.

BISHOP, GEORGE R.-Official Stenographer, New York Stock Exchange, 10 Broad street, New York City; residence 142 East 18th street. Born in Stanford, Dutchess Co., N. Y. Educated in schools of Dutchess County and at Dutchess County Academy, Poughkeepsie, (Married.) Member Barnard and Patria Clubs.

BISHOP, HEBER REGINALD–Retired Merchant and Banker, 881 Fifth avenue, New York City. Born in Medford, Mass., March 11, 1840. In business first at Boston in 1859. Settled at Remedios, Cuba; estadlished house of Bishop & Co., 1861; retired in 1876 to Irvington-on-Hudson. Financially interested in railroad, iron, gas and other properties. Director Rock Island and Pacific R. R. Co., Chandler Iron Co. and Metropolitan Trust Co.; formerly of the New York Elevated Ry. Co., Manhattan Elevated Railway Co., St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha R. R. Co., Duluth and Iron Range R. R. Co., Chicago and Indiana Coal R. R. Co., Minnesota Iron Co., and other corporations; also interested in management of hospitals. Member American Museum of Natural History, Metropolitan Museum of Art and many other clubs and societies.

BISHOP, JOSEPH B.-Editor, 206 Broadway, New York City; residence 256 West 94th street. Born Sept. 5, 1847. Educated at Brown University. (Married.) Member University and Barnard Clubs, and Brown University Alumni Association.

BISHOP, LOUIS FAUGERES–Physician, 54 West 55th street, New York City. Born in New Brunswick, N. J., 1864. Educated at St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H., Rutgers College and College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University. (Married.) Secretary New York Academy of Medicine; attending physician to Colored Hospital; assistant physician in French Hospital. Author of numerous medical works. Member Calumet and Delta Phi Clubs and Sons of the Revolution.

BISHOP, WILLIAM D., JR.-Secretary. Grand Central Station, New York City; residence Bridgeport, Conn. Secretary New York, New Haven and Hartford R. R. Co., director Western Union Telegraph Co. Member Reform, University, New York Yacht, Yale and Transportation Clubs.

BISSELL, EUGENE-Auction and Commission., 12 Murray street, New York City; residence 210 Berkeley place, Brooklyn. Born in Suffield, Conn., Nov. 1, 1839. Educated at Connecticut Literary Institute, Suffield, Conn. (Married.) Member of the firm of E. Bissell & Co. Director Seventh National Bank. Member Hardware Club, Montauk Club of Brooklyn, Sons of the Revolution, Society of Colonial Wars, Lafayette Post G. A. R., and 7th Regiment Veteran and 9th Regiment Veteran Associations.

BISSELL, HERBERT P.-Lawyer714 Ellicott square, Buffalo; residence 549 Linwood avenue. Born in New London, Oneida Co., N. Y., Aug. 30, 1856. Educated at Harvard. (Married.) Member of the firms of Bissell, Sicard, Bissell & Carey, and Bissell & Metcalf. Director Pan-American Exposition. Member Buffalo, Saturn. Ellicott, Liberal and Independent Clubs, and University Club of New York City.

BISSELL, JAMES DOUGAL-Physician, 34 West 38th street, New York City. Born July 5, 1864. Educated at University of South Carolina ('85) and University of Maryland Medical Department ('88). (Single.) Gynecologist to Woman's Hospital (out door department), Demilt Dispensary and McDonough Hospital, and consulting obstetrician to Old Marion Street Maternity Hospital. Member Sons of the Revolution, Society of Mayflower Descendants, and Women's Hospital Society.

BISSELL, JOSEPH B.-Physician, 15 West 58th street, New York City. Member University, Manhattan, Democratic, New York Athletic, Yale and Chi Phi Clubs, and New England Society.

BISSELL, WILSON S.-Lawyer, Buffalo. Born in New London, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1847. Educated at Yale (A.B., '69 and LL.D., '93); studied law at twenty-one, with Lansing, Cleveland & Folsom; formed partnership with Lyman K. Bass, 1872. Grover Cleveland be-: Ing admitted to the firm a year later, name changed to Bass, Cleveland & Bissell. Firm now Bissell, Carey & Cooke. Presidentiat Elector, 1884. Postmaster-General of United States, 1893-5. Member University, Manhattan and Transportation Clubs of New York City, and Yale Alumni Association.

BISSET, THOMAS B.-Merchant, 78 Leonard street, New York City; residence New York Club. Member New York, Merchants’, Manhattan and Racquet and Tennis Clubs.

BISSINGER, PHILLIP-President, 100 East 14th street, and Diamonds, 20 John street, New York City; residence 19 East 34th street. President and trustee German Savings Bank; director German-American Bank. Holmes Electric Protective Co. and Manhattan Life Insurance Co. Member New York Club, Down Town Association, Liederkranz, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History, and American Geographical Society.

BIXBY, WILLARD G.-Secretary, 194 Hester street, New York City; residence 2411 Creston avenue. Born in Salem, Mass., July 13, 1868. Educated in public schools of Salem and at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston. (Married.) Treasurer and director S. M. Bixby & Co. Member Massachusetts Institute of Technology Alumni Society.

BJERREGAARD, CARL HENRY ANDREWLibrarian, New York Public Library, New York City; residence Montclair, N. J. Born in Fredericia, Denmark, May 24, 1845. Educated at Fredericia College, Copenhagen University ('63) and Military Academy of Denmark ('66). (Married Matilda J. Thompson.) Served as lieutenant in Danish Army five years. Professor of botany Fredericia College two years; resigned to join Danish Legation to Court of Russia; served in same two years. Came to this country in 1873 for political reasons. Author of "Mysticism and Nature Worship," "Being and the Philosophical History of the Subject" and "Jewish Encyclopedia" (twelve volumes). Collaborator on the "Standard Dictionary," and an authority on Orientalia, and mysticism. Has written many articles and lectured in many cities. Librarian since 1879.

BLACK, ALEXANDER R.-Author, 146 Montague street, Brooklyn; residence 125 Vernon avenue. Born in New York City, Feb. 7, 1859. (Married Elizabeth

Helmle, 1881.) Edited Ostrander's "History of the City of Brooklyn and Kings County." Author of "Story of Ohio," "Photography Indoors and Out," "Miss Jerry," "A Capital Courtship," "Miss America" and "The Girl and the Guardsman.” Member of the Authors' Club.

BLACK, E. MARTIN-Publisher, 49 Exchange place, New York City; residence 25 West 95th street. Born in New York City Aug. 21, 1854. Educated at Franklin College. (Married.) Editor and publisher “Wall Street Daily News." Member New York Press and Democratic Clubs, and Freundschaft Society.

BLACK, FRANK S.-Lawyer, 149 Broadway, New York City; residence Troy. Born in Limington, Me., March 8, 1853. Educated at Dartmouth College ("75 and LL.D., '98). (Married Lois B. Hamlin, 1879.) Admitted to the Bar, 1879; delegate to Republican National Convention, 1896; Congressman, 1895-7; Governor of New York State, 1897-9. Member of the firm of Black, Olcott, Gruber & Bonynge.

BLACK, HENRY V. D.—Lithographer, 93 William street, New York City; residence Irvington. Member of the firm of Snyder & Black. Member Union League, Drug, and Army and Navy Clubs.

BLACK, JOHN V.-Lithographer, 93 William street, New York City; residence 47 West 43d street. Member of the firm of Snyder & Black. Member University, Union League, Camera, New York Athletic, Mendelssohn Glee and Larchmont Yacht Clubs, City College Alumni Association, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BLACKBURN, JOHN-Coal Dealer, Albany; residence Albany. Born in Ireland, 1837. Educated in Ireland. (Married.) Member of the firm of Blackburn, Wallace & Co. Trustee Albany Exchange Savings Bank.

BLACKFORD, EUGENE G.-Merchant, Banker and President, 80 Fulton street, New York City, and Bedford avenue and Halsey street, Brooklyn; residence 725 St. Mark's avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Morristown, N, J., Aug. 8, 1839. Educated in common schools. (Married.) President and director Bedford Bank, and Blackford's; president Atlantic Avenue Commission; trustee City Savings Bank, Consolidated Savings Loan Investment Co. and People's Trust Co. Ex-president New York State Fishery Commission. Member Fulton, Hamilton, Montauk, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Union League, Dyker Meadow Golf and Knickerbocker Field Clubs, Lawyers' Club, and others.

BLACKMAR, ABEL E.-Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York City; residence 1074 Bergen street, Brooklyn. Born in Newark, N. J., Aug. 21, 1852. Educated at Hamilton College and Columbia College Law School. (Married.) Member of the firm of Baldwin & Blackmar. Counsel to New York Produce Exchange. Member Union League Club of Brooklyn, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BLACKWELL, FRANCIS OGDEN -- Electrical Engineer, 44 Broad street, Schenectady; residence Schenectady. Born in New York City, June 23, 1868. Educated at Princeton ('87). (Married.) Engineer General Electric Co. Member University and Manhattan Clubs of New York City, American Institute of Mining Engineers, and American Institute of Electrical Engineers.

BLACKWELL, FRANK E.--Lawyer, 63 Wall street, New York City: residence 32 West 75th street. (Married.) Member of the firm of Blackwell Bros. Member Union League and Barnard Clubs, and Down Town Association.

BLACKWELL, GEORGE E. - Lawyer, 63 Wall street, New York City; residence Astoria, L. I. Born in Astoria, Feb. 19, 1860. Educated at Columbia Grammar School, Columbia College and Columbia Law School. (Married.) Member of the firm of Blackwell Bros. Member Reform and Delta Kappa Epsilon Clubs, Down Town Association, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, and Columbia College Alumni Association.

BLACQUE. VALENTINE A.-Stock Broker, 24 Broad street, New York City; residence 116 East 39th street. Member of the firm of W. H. Goadby & Co., and of the New York Stock Exchange. Member Union, Knickerbocker, University and Richmond Hill Clubs, and Columbia University Alumni Association.

BLAIKIE, WILLIAM — Banker and Druggist, Utica. Born in Scotland, Aug., 1822. Educated in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Married.) President and trustee Savings Bank of Utica.

BLAIKIE, WILLIAM Lawyer and Author, 206 Broadway, New York City; residence Englewood, N. J. Born in York, N. Y., May 24, 1843. Educated at Harvard ('66) and Harvard Law School ('68). (Married.) Pardon clerk, United States Attorney-General's office, 1869-70; assistant United States district-attorney, 1870-2. In law practice in New York City at present. Lecturer on physical training. Author of "How to Get Strong," and other works.

BLAIN, WILLIAM H.-Lawyer, 271 Broadway, New York City; residence Hastings. Born in New York State, April 12, 1852. Educated at Williams College and Columbia College Law School. (Married.) Member Williams College Alumni Association.

BLAIR, BENJAMIN F. - Lawyer, 32 Liberty street, New York City; residence 195 Greene avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Constantine, Mich., June 19, 1837. (Married.) Was commissioner of elections in Brooklyn under Mayor Schieren. Now director Wallabout Bank. Member Union League Club of Brooklyn, Fulton Club, Loyal Legion, and U. S. Grant Post, G. A. R.

BLAIR, CLINTON LEDYARD-Banker, 33 Wall street, New York City; residence 15 East 60th street. Born in Belvidere, N. J.,.July 16, 1867. Educated at Princeton ('90). (Married.) Member of the New York Stock Exchange firm of Blair & Co. Secretary and director Kansas City, Osceola and Southern Ry. Co.; director Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, United States Mortgage and Trust Co., Commercial Trust Co., Western National Bank, Belvidere (N. J.) National Bank, Green Bay and Western Ry. Co., St. Louis and Hannibal Ry. Co., Toledo and Ohio Central Ry. Co., Northwestern Elevated R. R. Co. of Chicago, New York, Ontario and Western R. R. Co., Bangor and Portland Ry. Co., and Chicago, Iowa and Dakota Ry. Co. Member Metropolitan, Country, University, University Athletic, Racquet and Tennis, Princeton, Lawyers', Morris County Golf and Somerset Hills Country Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-onHudson, and Sons of the Revolution.

BLAIR. DE WITT C.-Banker, 33 Wall street, New York City. Educated at Princeton ('56). Member of the firm of Blair & Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange. Director Lackawanna Iron and Steel Co., and Bangor and Portland Ry. Co. Member of various clubs and societies.

BLAIR, JOHN N.-Lawyer, 32 Liberty street, New York City: residence 80 Washington Square, East. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y. Educated at Amherst College, University of Michigan and Columbia Law School. Member of the firm of Blair & Rudd. Member Nassau Country and Hardware Clubs, Association of the Bar of the City of New York and Amherst College Alumni and University of Michigan Alumni Associations.

BLAKE, ARTHUR M.-Insurance Broker, 41 Pine street, New York City; residence 106 West 55th street. Born in England, Nov. 28, 1870. Educated at Oxford University, England. (Single.) Member Players', Racquet and Tennis and Amateur Comedy Clubs, and Squadron "A," N. G. N. Y.

BLAKE, JOSEPH A.-Physician, 601 Madison avenue, New York City. Born in San Francisco, Cal., 1864. Educated at Yale (B.A., '85 and Ph.B., '86) and College of Physicians and Surgeons (M.D., '89). (Married.) Assistant demonstrator of anatomy College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University; attending surgeon to Harlem and St. Luke's Hospitals. Member Penataquit Corinthian Yacht and University Clubs, Yale Alumni Association, Alumni of College of Physicians and Surgeons, Association of Alumni of St. Luke's Hospital, Association of American Anatomists, New York Academy of Medicine, New York County Medical and Zoological Societies and Fellow New York Academy of Sciences.

BLAKE, MICHAEL F.-Lawyer, 8 City Hall, New York City; residence 343 East i8th street. Born in New York City, Aug. 1, 1857. Educated in public schools and at Columbia Law School. Became inter

ested in journalism and was for many years a writer on the staff of the "Herald"; deputy clerk Board of Alderman, 1889-95; clerk of Common Council, 1893-8; clerk Board of Aldermen, since 1898. Vice-chairman General. Committee of Tammany Hall of the Eighteenth Assembly District. Member Democratic, Press and Anawanda Clubs.

BLAKE, STEPHEN S.-Assistant District Attorney, Criminal Court Building, New York City: residence 1466 Lexington avenue. Born in County Clare, Ireland, 1843. Educated at College of Our Lady of Angels, Suspension Bridge, N. Y.. at College and Seminary of Montreal, Canada, and Albany Law School ("71). Served as city clerk, alderman, town attorney, prosecuting attorney and city court judge of Bridgeport, Conn. Candidate for Secretary of State (Connecticut) on Democratic ticket, 1880. Resident of New York City since 1881. Delegate to Constitutional Convention, 1894. Member of the Legislature, 1895. Assistant district attorney since 1896.

BLANCHARD, FRANK L.-Journalist, 19 Park row, New York City; residence 12 Fifth avenue. Born in Lewiston, Me. Educated in public schools, at Nichols Latin School and at Bates College. Associate editor “The Fourth Estate" and "The News Letter," and partner in the Thistle Mt'g Co.

BLANCHARD, ISAAC H.-Printer and Publisher, 241 West Broadway, New York City; residence 108 High street, Orange, N. J. Born in Newark, N. J., Sept. 11, 1862. Educated in Newark. (Married.) President Isaac H. Blanchard Co.; secretary New York Woven Wire Mattress Co. Member Wool Club, Typothetæ, New England Society, Chancellor Walworth Lodge F. & A. M., Guardant Council No. 1322, Royal Arcanum, and Newark Lodge, No. 31, A. O. U. W.

BLANCHARD, JAMES A.–Lawyer, 154 Nassau street, New York City; residence Hotel Savoy. Born in Jefferson County, N. Y., Aug. 16, 1845. (Son of Philip and Catharine (Drummond] Blanchard.) Educated at Ripon College (A.B.) and Columbia College Law School (LL.B.). (Married.) Was vice-president of the Republican League of the United States, 1888-9, for the State of New York, and chairman of the subcommittee for four years; president Republican Club 1892, and for many years represented the Twenty-first Assembly District in the Executive Committee of the Republican County Committee; was a member of the Committee of Thirty that reorganized the Republican party in New York County, and member of the Committee of Seventy in 1894. Now commissioner of Grand Boulevard and Concourse, and Judge of Court of General Sessions. Member Union League and Republican Clubs, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Lafayette Post G. A. R., Geographical Society, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BLANDY, CHARLES–Lawyer, 15 Wall Street, New York City; residence 143 West 121st street. Born in Ireland, Aug. 18, 1847. Educated in public schools, at Worcester College, Owens College and by private tuition. Assistant corporation counsel under John Whalen. Formerly assistant in the same office under Whitney, Andrews, Lacombe and Clark. His specialty is as a nisi prius lawyer. Member of the firm of Blandy, Mooney & Shipman, Director Harlem Board of Commerce and Manhattan Refrigerating Co. Mem. ber Harlem (president) and Democratic Clubs, MedicoLegal Society and State Bar Association.

BLANDY, GRAHAM F.-Broker, 16 Broad street, New York City; residence 449 Washington avenue, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, Dec. 17, 1868. Educated in Philadelphia, New York, Brooklyn, Dieppe (France) and Montreaux (Switzerland). (Single.) Director American Wood Board Co., and Eddy & Bissel Live Stock Co.; trustee Colwell Lead Co. Member New York Stock Exchange. Member Calumet and Luncheon Clubs, Crescent Athletic and Dyker Meadow Golf Clubs of Brooklyn, and Sons of the Revolution.

BLANEY, CHARLES P.-Lawyer, 30 Broad street, New York City; residence 187 Madison avenue. Born in Dorchester, Mass., March 14, 1868. Educated at Harvard College and Harvard Law School. (Single.) Associated with the firm of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost & Colt. Member Harvard Club, Society of Medical Juris. prudence, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

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