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Fort Hudson. Resigned from army in July, 1865, and returned to New York City. Delegate from St. James Protestant Episcopal Church to the New York Diocesan Conventions. Appointed member of Board of Visitors to United States Naval Academy, 1879, and also to United States Military Academy, delivering the address to the cadets, 1880; appointed chairman of committee to collect State's contribution to Garfield Monument, 1882; president of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society since 1885, and of American Authors' Society since 1892; vice-president American Ethnological Society. Member of the executive committee of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Has published numerous addresses and contributed very many articles to English and American magazines, among the principal ones being “Life and Letters of Fitz-Greene Halleck," "Life of General U. S. Grant," "Poets and Poetry of Scotland from the Earliest to the Present Time," "Memorial History of the City of New York" and was editor of "Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography" (6 volumes). Member American Geographical and New York Historical Societies, Military Order of the Loyal Legion and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WILSON, JOHN C., JR.-Manager, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 107 West 82d street. Born in New York City, June 21, 1857. Educated at United States Naval Academy. (Single.) Manager Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States; vicepresident J. B. Wilson Co. Member New York Athletic Club.
WILSON, RICHARD T.--Banker, 33 Wall street and 141 Pearl street, New York City; residence 511 Fifth avenue. President and director East River Gas Co. of Long Island City; director American Cotton Oil Co., Bertha Mineral Co., Denver and Rio Grande R. R. Co., Fourth National Bank, Hudson Building Co., Man. hattan Trust Co., Mathieson Alkali Works, New York and East River Gas Co., Rio Grande Southern R. R. Co., Union Trust Co., United States Casualty Co., Western Union Beef Co, and Yonkers R. R. Co. Mem. ber Metropolitan, Manhattan and Union Clubs, Southern Society. Down Town Association and American Museum of Natural History.
lyn, 1881-92, and president of the Board, 1886-92; member of the Board of Assessors of the greater City of New York since Jan. 1, 1898.
WILSON, VICTOR TYSON-Instructor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 206 Hazen street. Instructor in drawing, Sibley College, Cornell University.
WILSON, WALTER S.-120 Broadway, New York City; residence 159 West 48th street. Born in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1844. Educated in College Hill, Poughkeepsie. (Married.) Secretary and treasurer Amity Land Co. of Colorado. Served in United States Volunteers in 1863. Member of the 7th Regiment, N. G. N. Y., for thirty-one years, in which organization he was for thirteen years first lieutenant Company "E." Member New York Athletic (governor) and Nassau Boat Clubs.
WILSON, WASHINGTON-Collar Manufacturer, 33 East 17th street, New York City; residence 166 East 58th street. Member of the firm of Earl & Wilson. Trustee Bowery Savings Bank. Member Union League, Grolier, Riding, New York Athletic, Merchants' and Salmagundi Clubs, American Museum of Natural History, Aldine Association and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WILSON, WILLIAM DEXTER-Protestant Episcopalian Clergyman, 1612 West Genesee street, Syracuse. Born in Stoddard, N. H., Feb. 28, 1816. Educated at Walpole (N. H.) Academy and at Harvard Divinity School. Received degree of D.D. from Ge. neva (now Hobart) College in 1849, LL.D. from Bedford University in 1868, and L.H.D. from the University of the State of New York in 1872. (Married Susan Whipple Trowbridge, 1846.) Unitarian preacher, 183841; Episcopalian since 1842. Rector at Sherburne, N. Y., 1842-50; professor of moral and intellectual phil. osophy at Geneva College, 1850-68; professor of same and registrar at Cornell University, 1868-86; since then emeritus professor. Was dean of St. Andrew's Divinity School at Syracuse until 1899, in which year he retired from all active work.
WILSON, WILLIAM G.–Lawyer, 48 Wall street, New York City; residence 22 West 52d street. Educated at Harvard ('62). Member of the firm of Wilson & Wallis. Member Union, University and Harvard Clubs, New England Society, Liederkranz, Down Town Association, Association of the Bar of the City of New York and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WILSON, RICHARD T., JR.-Banker, 33 Wall street, New York City; residence 511 Fifth avenue. Educated at Columbia. Member of the firm of R. T. Wilson & Co., and of the New York Stock Exchange. Commissioner of the Bureau of Municipal Statistics. Director Cincinnati, Jackson and Mackinaw Ry. Co. Member Metropolitan, Union, Knickerbocker, St. Anthony, Turf and Field, Westchester Country, Democratic, South Side Sportsmen's, and Racquet and Tennis Clubs, Columbia University Alumni Association and American Institute of Mining Engineers.
WILSON, ROBERT H.-Lawyer, 84 Broadway, Brooklyn; residence 168 Hayward street. Born in Brooklyn, Feb. 27, 1870. Educated at Weston Milltary Institute, Weston, Conn., Brooklyn High School, and at Cornell. (Married.) Member of the firm of Burr, Coombs & Wilson. Member Cornell University Club, Troop "C" Country and Union League Clubs of Brooklyn, and Troop "C," N. G. N. Y.
WILSON, ROBERT M.-Manufacturer, 92 Walker street, New York City; residence Rome. Born in Bucks County, Pa., Oct. 26. 1853. Educated in Easton, Pa. (Married.) President and principal stockholder of the R. M. Wilson Mf'g Co. of Rome. Member Sons of the American Revolution, Runan Lodge No. 223, F. & A. M., and Manhattan Chapter No. 184, R. A. M.
WIMMER, AUGUST A. - Registry Inspector, Barge Office, New York City; residence 2083 Franklin avenue. Born in Pribram, Bohemia. Educated in Prague, Bohemia. (Married.) Has been, since 1889, teacher of English to Bohemians in evening schools in New York City. Corresponding secretary of the first Bohemian Entomological Society of New York City. Member Bohemian Gymnastic and Columbia Clubs and Social Circle of Czechs.
WINANS, JAMES ALBERT-Instructor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 304 Huestis street. Degree of A.B. Instructor in elocution and oratory, Cornell University.
WINDMULLER, LOUIS – Merchant, 20 Reade street, New York City; residence Woodside, L. I. Born in Münster, Westphalia, Germany, 1835. Educated in Münster. (Married.) Has resided in New York City since 1853. Senior member of the firm of Louis Windmüller & Roelker. Director Forum PubJishing Co., German Alliance Insurance Co., GermanAmerican Insurance Co. and Title Guarantee and Trust Co. Was treasurer of the Reform Club for ten years. Contributor to the press and such magazines as “The Forum," "North American Review" and "Re. view of Reviews." Member Merchants' Central, New York Athletic, Reform, Lotos, Underwriters'. National Arts and Twilight Clubs, New York Historical, Legal Aid and Arion Societies, Merchants' Association, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Chamber of Com.
WILSON, THEODORF-Stock Broker, 6 Wall street, New York City; residence 326 Lincoln avenue, Orange, N. J. Member of the firm of Wilson & Watson, and of the New York Stock Exchange. Member New York Athletic and Union Clubs, and Riding and Driving Club of Orange, N. J.
WILSON, THOMAS A.-Assessor, 320 Broadway, New York City; residence 347 Clinton street, Brooklyn. Born in Ireland, 1838. Came to the United States when ten years of age and settled in Brooklyn. Learned the trade of armament manufacturer in which he engaged for many years; was also superintendent of a large steel factory. United States inrector of arms, 1860-5; assessor of the City of Brook
WINDOLPH, JOHN P.-Real Estate, 92 Liberty street, and Commissioner, 280 Broadway. New York City; residence 331 West 31st street. Born in Prussia, Germany, June 30, 1814. Educated in common schools. Became a resident of the United States in 1859. Served with 7th Regiment, New York Volunteers, and with 2d New Jersey Cavalry during Civil War. Assemblyman, 1885; alderman and vice-president of the Board, 1895. Was appointed aqueduct commissioner by Mayor Van Wyck on June 30, 1898, which position he still holds. Director Mutual Bank. Member Republican Club, Arion Society and Grand Army of the Republic.
WING, FRANK L.-Piano Manufacturer, 202 East 12th street, New York City; residence 193 Quincy street, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, Aug. 28, 1850. Educated at the College of the City of New York. (Married Laura L. Savory.) Formerly secretary and director Cromwell Iron Co. Now secretary and director Clark Johnson Medicine Co. Member Reform and Alpha Delta Phi Clubs, Laurence Harbor Country Club, and National Civic Club of Brooklyn.
ciety: governor American Canoe Association; captain Mohican Canoe Club; treasurer Albany Country Club; trustee Fort Orange Club. Member Holland Society of New York City, Military Order of Foreign Wars and Temple Lodge, F. & A. M.
WINNE, LEVAN S.-Hardware Merchant, Kingston. Born in Ulster County, N. Y., March 23, 1850. Educated at Kingston Academy. (Married.) Director National Ulster County Bank; trustee Kingston Savings Bank. Member Kingston Club and Masonic Lodge.
WINSER, JOHN H.-Secretary and Assistant Treasurer, Central Park, West 77th street, New York City; residence Claremont avenue, Jersey City, N. J. Born in New York City, Oct. 31, 1843. Educated at Mechanics' Institute School. (Married.) Secretary and assistant treasurer American Museum of Natural History.
WINSHIP, WILLIAM F.-Manager, National Commercial Bank Building, Albany; residence 170 Washington avenue. Born in West Bridgewater, Mass., May 31, 1847. (Married.) Manager Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Springfield, Mass.; director Citizens' National Bank of Port Henry, N. Y., and Albany Boys' Club. Member Fort Orange Club and Albany Historical and Art Societies.
WINSLOW, EDWARD--Banker and Broker, 17 Nassau street, New York City; residence 27 West 53d street. Member of the New York Stock Exchange firm of Winslow, Lanier & Co. Member Metropolitan, Larchmont Yacht, New York Yacht and City Clubs and American Museum of Natural History.
WING, FREDERICK K.-Civil Engineer, 111 White Building, Buffalo; residence 331 Lafayette avenue. Born in Tonawanda, N. Y., May 13, 1869. Educated at Cornell ('90). (Single.) Member Liberal, Wanakah Golf and University Clubs, American So.ciety of Civil Engineers (associate), Cornell Alumni Association and Beta Theta Pi Fraternity.
WING, HENRY HIRAM-Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca: residence 3 Reservoir avenue. Degree of M.S. Assistant professor of animal industry and dairy husbandry, Cornell University.
WING, J. MORGAN-Chemicals, 22 William street, New York City; residence 36 West 48th stret. Memher of the firm of Wing & Evans. Member Metropolitan, Calumet, New York Yacht, and Army and Navy Clubs and Down Town Association.
WING, JOHN D.-Manufacturing Chemist, 22 Wildiam street, New York City; residence 16 West 49th street. Born in Ulster County, N. Y., June 22, 1834. Educated at Columbia Coliege Grammar School, New York City. (Married.) Senior member of the firm of Wing & Evans. President Mothers' and Babies' Hospital; manager New York Society for the Relief of Ruptured and Crippled; ex-president New York State Agricultural Society and American Jersey Cattle Club. Member Metropolitan, New York Yacht and Riding Clubs, New York Zoological Society, Down Town Association, American Museum of Natural History and New York Botanical Gardens.
WING, LEVI J.-Machinery Manufacturer, 95 Liberty street, New York City; residence 866 Boulevard. President and director Manhattan Machinery Co. Member Atlantic Yacht Club, Long Island Historical and Arion Societies and Liederkranz.
WING, L. STUART-Manufacturing Chemist, 22 William street, New York City; residence 16 West 48th street. Born in New York City, May 19, 1864. (Married.) Member of the firm of Wing & Evans. Member Metropolitan, Tuxedo, Racquet and Tennis, New York Yacht, Atlantic Yacht and Knollwood Clubs and Down Town Association.
WINGATE, GEORGE WOOD-Lawyer, 20 Nassau street, New York City; residence 1100 Dean Street, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, July 2, 1840. Educated in New York City public schools. (Married.) Has been secretary and, later, president of the National Rifle Association; captain Creedmoor Team Long Range Riflemen; first general inspector of rifle practice and was president of the National Guard Association of the United States for twenty years. Now president and director Dyker Meadow Land and Improvement Co., Prospect Park and Coney Island R. R. Co., Twilight Real Estate Co. and Twilight Park Association; vice-president and director Brooklyn Elevated R. R. Co.; director Fifth Avenue Improvement Co. Author of "Wingate's Manual of Rifle Practice," "On Horseback Through the Yellowstone" and other works. Member Army and Navy, Twilight, Democratic and Revolver Clubs, Wyandanch, Wawayanda, National Civic (vice-president) and Lincoln (vice-president) Clubs of Brooklyn, and Sons of the American Revolution.
WINNE, CHARLES VISSCHER-Paymaster, Albany; residence 443 State street. Born in Albany, 1849. Educated at Albany Boys' Academy. (Single.) Paymaster Delaware and Hudson Canal Co. President Camera Club and Albany Historical and Art So
WINSLOW, FRANCIS DANA-Broker, 15 Wall street, New York City; residence 4 East Tenth street. Educated at Yale ('78). Member New York Stock Exchange and of the Calumet. University, Whist and Yale Clubs and New England Society.
WINSTON, FREDERICK J.-Lawyer, 32 Nassau street, New York City. Educated at Yale ('86). Treasurer and director Sterling Supply and Mf'g Co.; director Smith-Vassar Telephone Co. and Standard Trust Co. Member New York, University, Rockaway Hunting and Yale Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-onHudson, American Geographical Society and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
WINSTON, GUSTAVUS STORRE-Physician, 32 Nassau street, New York City; residence 42 West 39th street. Educated at Columbia ('63). Examining physician for the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York. Member Union League, University, Democratic, Players', Mendelssohn Glee and New York Yacht Clubs, Columbia University Alumni Association and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WINTER, WILLIAM - Author and Dramatic Critic, 154 Nassau street, New York City; residence New Brighton, S. I. Born in Gloucester, Mass., July 15, 1836. Educated in Cambridge, Mass. Received degree of B.L. from Harvard and Litt.D. from Brown. (Married Elizabeth Campbell, 1860.) Dramatic critic on the New York "Tribune" since 1865. President of the trustees of the Staten Island Academy at New Brighton since 1891. Author of "Shakespeare's EngJand," "Shadows of the Stage," "Life and Art of Edwin Booth," "The Press and the Stage," "Stage Life of Mary Anderson," "Lives of Actors," "Memorial of John McCullough," "A Wreath of Laurel" and many others. Member Dunlap Society and honorary member of the Lotos Club, Bohemian Club of San Francisco, Society of the Army of the Potomac and Actors' Fund.
WINTERBURN, GEORGE W.-Editor and Physician, 44 Bradhurst avenue, New York City. Born in New York City, Sept. 19, 1845. Educated in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Married.) Connected with the Eclectic Medical College of New York, 1875; United States Medical College, 1881; associate alumnus New York Homeopathic Medical College, 1891. Ex-president American Obstetrical Society; ex-professor of ob. stetrics Metropolitan Post-Graduate School of Medicine; ex-State examiner in lunacy. Author of a number of medical and sociological works. Fellow American Academy and American Statistical Association; honorary member Medical Society of Michigan. Memher Harlem Republican and State Republican Clubs,
WINTRINGHAM, HENRY C.-Architect, 26 Cort-
WINTERS, BYRAM L.-Lawyer, 56 Pine street,
WINTERS, JOSEPH EDCIL-Physician and Pro-
WINTHROP, BUCHANAN – Lawyer, 44 Pine
WINTHROP, EGERTON LEIGH – Lawyer, 48
WINTHROP, EGERTON LEIGH, JR.-Lawyer, 18
WINTRINGHAM, J. P.-- Broker, 36 Pine street,
WINTRINGHAM, WILLIAM T.-Superintendent,
WISE, ALBERT J.-Lawyer, 163 Broadway, New
WISE, CHARLES L.-Insurance, 45 Cedar street,
WISE, EDMOND E.-Lawyer, 44 Broad street,
WISE, JOHN SERGEANT – Lawyer, 20 Broad
WISE, LEO H.-Merchant. 64 Leonard street, New
WISE, STEPHEN S.-Rabbi, Madison avenue and
WITHERBEE, FRANK SPENCER-Iron Manu-
WINTHROP, F. BRONSON-Lawyer, 32 Liberty
WINTHROP, FREDERIC-Banker and Broker, 40
WINTHROP, GRENVILLE B.-Lawyer, 6 Wall
WINTHROP, GRENVILLE LINDALL - Lawyer,
WINTHROP, ROBERT DI’DLEY–Banker and
hoat Co. and First National Bank of Port Henry; trustee Real Estate Trust Co. and Orthopaedic Hospital. Member Metropolitan, Union, Republican, Riding, University and University Athletic Clubs, Manufacturers' Club of Philadelphia, Pa., American Geographical Society, Yale Alumni and Down Town Associations, Sons of the Revolution, Chamber of Commerce, Board of Trade and Transportation, American Museum of Natural History and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WITHERS, FREDERICK CLARKE-Architect, 54 Bible House, Astor place, New York City; residence 163 Glenwood avenue. Yonkers. Born in England. Feb. 4, 1828. Educated at King Edward's School, Sherhorne, Dorset County, England. Served with United States Volunteer Engineers during Civil War. Designed the Astor memorial reredos in Trinity Church, New York City; also the Jefferson Market Court House and Prison, City Prison and other buildings. Author of "Withers' Church Architecture." Member Century Association.
WITHINGTON, JAMES H.-Agent, 4 Exchange Building, Binghamton. Born in Waterville, Me., Dec. 19, 1844. Educated at Harvard. (Married.) Member Harvard Club of New York City, Society of Colonial Wars and Military Order of the Loyal Legion.
WOLFE, CHRISTOPHER-66 Maiden lane, New York City; residence Tuxedo. Born in New York City, Jan. 26, 1849. Educated in New York City and Germany. (Married Emma Hall Leavitt.) Member Union, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht and Tuxedo Clubs, St. Nicholas Society, Sons of the American Revolution, Sons of the Revolution, 7th Regiment Veteran Association and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WOLFE, JOEL BURKE-Importer, 81 New street. New York City; residence 104 Fifth avenue. Member Union, Riding, New York Yacht, Seawanhaka-Cor. inthian Yacht and Westchester Country Clubs and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WOLFF, ABRAHAM-Banker and Broker, 27 Pine street, New York City; residence 33 West 57th street. Member of the firm of Kuhn, Loeb & Co., and of the New York Stock Exchange. Director Morton Trust Co. Connected with many charitable and benevolent institutions and organizations. Member Lawyers' and City Clubs.
WOOD, ARTHUR E.-Real Estate, 219 West 125th street, New York City; residence 32 West 123d street. Born in New York City, Feb. 24, 1859. Educated at Columbia, (Single.) Member of the firm of Wood & Miller, members of the Real Estate Board of Brokers. Member Harlem Club, Bunting Lodge No. 655, F. & A. M., and 7th Regiment Veteran Association.
WOOD, BENJAMIN – Journalist, 32 Park row, New York City; residence Fifth Avenue Hotel. Born in Shelbyville, Ky., Oct. 13, 1820. Made several voyages to the West Indies and South America, and en. gaged in various business enterprises. Proprietor of the New York "Daily News," which he purchased in 1860, and made it, in 1867, the first one-cent paper in the United States. Congressman, 1861-5 and 1881-3. President and director News Publishing Co. Member Manhattan and Press Clubs and Sons of the American Rev. olution.
WOOD, EDGAR HARPER-Instructor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 406 West Mill street. Degrees of A.B. and M.D. Instructor in drawing in Sibley College, Cornell University.
WITTER, WILLIAM CLITUS–Lawyer, 150 Nassau street, New York City; residence 1 West 72d street. Educated at Yale. Member of the firm of Witter & Kenyon. Member Union League and Yale Clubs, Century Association, Scientific Alliance and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
WITTHAUS, RUDOLPH AUGUST – Analytical Chemist, 414 East 26th street, New York City; residence 45 East 42d street Educated at Columbia ('67). Degrees of A.M. and M.D. Professor of chemistry, physics and toxicology in Cornell University Medical College in New York City. Has been identified as an expert on poisons in many celebrated murder trials. Member Lotos, University and Manhattan Clubs, Columbia University Alumni Association, Society of Medical Jurisprudence, American Museum of Natural History and Scientific Alliance.
WODELL, SILAS - Lawyer, 2 Wall street, New York City; residence 56 West 56th street, and Poughkeepsie. Born in Poughkeepsie, July 4, 1860. Educated in Poughkeepsie and at Columbia Law School. (Married.) Member St. Nicholas, Lawyers', Union League and City Clubs, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of the Revolution and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
WOOD, F. E.--Farmer, West Winfield. Born in West Winfield, July 15, 1861. Educated at West Winfield High School and Wilbraham Academy. (Married.) Vice-president West Winfield First National Bank. Member Richfield Springs Chapter, F. & A. M.
WOOD, GEORGE EDWARD - Architect, 61 William street, New York City; residence 131 East 15th street, Educated at Columbia. Member University Glee and Calumet Clubs, Architectural League and Columbia University Alumni Association.
WOOD, GILBERT CONGDON – Publisher, 51 Fifth avenue, New York City; residence 7 West 49th street. Born in New York City. Educated at Haverford ('89). Member of the firm of Wm. Wood & Co. Member University Athletic, University, SeawanhakaCorinthian Yacht and New York Athletic Clubs and Haverford College Alumni Association.
WOERZ, ERNEST G. W.-Brewer, 291 West Tenth street, New York City; residence 1 East 63d street. Vice-president and director Beadleston & Woerz. Member Manhattan, Larchmont Yacht and Suburban Riding and Driving Clubs, Liederkranz and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WOERZ, FRERERICK W.-Brewer, 291 West Tenth street, New York City: residence 26 East 80th street. Director Beadleston & Woerz. Member New York Athletic, New York, Manhattan and Suburban Riding and Driving Clubs, Liederkranz and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WOLF, AUGUST S.-Pharmacist and Chemist, 49th street and Lexington avenue, New York City; residence Williamsbridge. Born in New York City, April 2, 1869. Educated in Middletown, N. Y., and at the New York College of Pharmacy. (Married Henrietta Taylor of Woodstock, Vt., 1894.) Pharmacist and conductor of the chemical laboratory at the Woman's Hospital in New York City.
WOOD, HENRY DUNCAN – Broker, 11 Wall street, New York City; residence 105 East 40th street. Educated at Columbia. Member New York Stock Exchange and of the Metropolitan Union, Delta Phi, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht and South Side Sportsmen's Clubs and Columbia University Alumni Association.
WOOD, HENRY FIRTH-Secretary, 120 West Houston street, New York City; residence 84th street near Second avenue, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, Feb. 27, 1856. Educated in Jersey City and New York City. (Marrier..) Secretary and director Empire Steam Laundry Co. Member Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn.
WOOD, HOWARD 0.-Lawyer, 51 Wall Street, New York City: residence 831 St. Marks avenue. Brooklyn. Educated at Amherst College. Member of the firm of Wood & Hill. Member Alpha Delta Phi Club, Crescent Athletic, l'nion League and Irving Clubs of Brooklyn, and Amherst College Alumni Asso. ciation.
WOLF, ERNEST F.-Export, and Foreign Advertising, 21 Park row, New York City: residence 31 Zabriskie street, Jersey City, N. J. Born in Germany, March 9, 1864. Educated in Germany. (Married.) Proprietor International Advertising Bureau. Expresident Export Printing and Publishing Co. and Foreign Buyer Co. Member Arion Society of Jersey City, and F. & A. M.
WOOD, WILLIAM H. S.-Publisher, 51 Fifth ave. nue, New York City. Born in New York City, 1840. Educated at Haverford College. (Married.) Member of the firm of William Wood & Co. Trustee Bowery Savings Bank. Formerly director Young Men's Christian Association and manager American Bible Society. Member Grolier, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht and Indian Harbor Yacht Clubs, St. Nicholas, New York Historical, American Geographical, American Pomological and New York Zoological Societies, Scientific Alliance, New York Botanical Gardens (incorporator) and Chamber of Commerce.
WOOD, WILLIS D.-Banker, 31 Pine street, New York City; residence 880 St. Marks avenue, Brooklyn. Member of the firm of Ladd, Wood & King. Member Alpha Delta Phi Club and Irving, Crescent Athletic, Hamilton and Riding and Driving Clubs of Brooklyn.
WOODBERRY, GEORGE EDWARD-Professor, 116th street and Morningside Heights, New York City. Born in Beverly, Mass., May 12, 1855. Educated at Harvard ('77). Professor of English at the University of Nebraska, 1877-8 and 1880-2; on editorial staff of "The Nation," 1878-9. Now professor of English literature at Columbia University in the City of New York. Author of "History of Wood Engraving," "Life of Edgar Allan Poe," "Heart of Man" and other works. Member Harvard and Players' Clubs and Century Association
WOODBURY, GORDON-Lawyer, 33 Pine street, New York City; residence Manhattan Club, and Manchester, Vt. Educated at Harvard ('86). Director Fowler Mf'g Co. (Ltd.). Member Democratic, University, Manhattan, Harvard and Reform Clubs and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
WOOD, JOHN D. Broker, 44 Wall street, New York City; residence 38 East 39th street. Educated at Yale. Member Metropolitan, Union, Westchester Country and Yale Clubs, Down Town Association and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WOOD, JOSEPH-Lawyer, 141 Broadway, New York City; residence Sayville, L. I. Born in Riverhead, L. I., Aug. 12, 1862. Educated at Yale (A.B., '84) and Columbia (LL.B. and A.M. '86). (Married.) Director and counsel for the Oystermen's National Bank of Sayville, and South Side Bank of Bay Shore. Member University Club, New Jersey Bar Association and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
WOOD, JOSEPH S.-Lawyer, Chronicle Building, Mount Vernon; residence 135 South Second avenue. Born in New York City, June 13, 1843. Educated in public schools, at New York Free Academy and at Columbia College Law School. (Married.) Superintendent of Cooper Union, 1862-4; superintendent of pub. lic schools of Mount Vernon, 1865-76; editor and proprietor of the Mount Vernon "Chronicle," 1869-92; school commissioner Westchester County, 1878-80. Was instrumental in the establishment of Pelham Bay Park on Long Island Sound. President Westchester County Bar Association, Mount Vernon Board of Trade and Board of Education of the City of Mount Vernon. Member City Club, and Reform, New York Athletic, Manhattan Chess and City College Clubs of New York City.
WOOD, J. SCOTT_Physician, 172 Sixth avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Kentucky. Sept. 1, 1863. Educated at Georgetown (Ky.) College and Bellevue Hospital Medical College. (Married.) Ophthalmic surgeon Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital, and Kings County Hospital; consulting ophthalmic surgeon Norwegian Hospital. Member Montauk and Hospital Graduates' Clubs. Medical Society of the County of Kings, and Kings County Medical Association (corresponding secretary).
WOOD, ROBERT C.-Broker, 30 Broad street, New York City; residence New York Athletic Club. Born in New York City, 1869. Educated at Lawrenceville (N. J.) Academy and at Harvard. (Single.) Member of the firm of Wood & Havemeyer. Member Democratic, Calumet, New York Athletic and Luncheon Clubs.
WOOD, THOMAS CLARK-President, 120 Liberty street, New York City; residence 273 West End avenue. Born in Utica, N. Y., May 10, 1850. Appointed to the United States Naval Academy by Roscoe Conkling, 1866; graduated with class and served on European and West Indian stations; took part in naval expedition on the Rio Grande River to assist army in suppression of cattle raiding between Texas and Mexico: resigned from navy in 1876 to enter business and established engineering firm of Skinner & Wood, at Erie, Pa. Elected a director in First National Bank of Erie, 1882; retired from active business in 1885 and was abroad until 1887. Re-entered business in 1891 and became president of the Ball & Wood Co. (engineers). Re-entered the navy and served as lieutenant on the “Gloucester" under Captain Wainwright during Spanish-American War, and took part in naval operations on south side of Cuba, in the Battle of Santiago and in the landing operations in Porto Rico of General Miles' division; resumed business connections at close of war. President and director Ball & Wood Co. Member University Club, Naval Order of the United States and other organizations.
WOOD, THOMAS WATERMAN–Artist, 51 West Tenth street, New York City. Born in Montpelier, Vt., Nov. 12, 1823. Educated at Montpelier Academy. Studied art in Boston, Mass., and in Europe. (Married Minerva Robinson, 1850; deceased May 15, 1889.) Established a studio in New York City in 1866. President American Water Color Society, 1878-87; president National Academy of Design, 1891-9. Member Artists' Aid (president) and New England Societies, Century Association, National Academy of Design and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WOOD, WILLIAM-Manager, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 164 West 85th street. Manager Palatine Fire Insurance Co. Member Lawyers', New York Athletic, New York and l'nion Clubs and St. Andrew's, St. George's and Burns Societies.
WOODBURY, JOHN MCGAW – Physician, 120 Fifth avenue, New York City. Educated at Princeton ('78) and at the Royal College of Surgeons, London, England (M.D.). Instructor in orthopaedic surgery in Cornell University Medical College, New York City. Member University, New York Yacht Union, University Athletic, Princeton, Corinthian Yacht and Larchmont Yacht Clubs, Sons of the Revolution, and Royal College of Surgeons, London, England.
WOODFORD, ARTHUR B.-Professor, 32 Waverley place, New York City; residence Oak Hill, New Haven, Conn. Born in West Winsted. Conn., Oct. 7, 1861. Educated at Yale ('81). (Married.) Formerly professor of social economics at the University of Pennsylvania, at Princeton and at New York University. Now private lecturer. Member Patria and Schoolmasters' Clubs and Good Government Club "E.”
WOODFORD, STEWART LYNDON-Lawyer and Diplomatist, 18 Wall street, New York City; residence 869 President street, Brooklyn. Born in New York City, Sept. 3, 1835. Educated at Columbia ('54). Received degree of A.M. from Yale and Columbia, LL.D. from Trinity College and D.C.L. from the University of Syracuse. (Married, second, Isabel Hanson, Sept. 26, 1900.) Practicing in New York City since his admission to the Bar in 1857, and is now member of the firm of Ritch, Woodford, Bovee & Wallace. Delegate to the National Republican Convention of 1860; messenger of the Presidential Electoral College, 1860; assistant United States attorney for the Southern District of New York, 1861-2; resigned this office and enlisted as a private in Company H, 127th Regiment, New York Volunteers, August, 1862; became captain of his company and afterwards lieutenant-colonel of regiment. Served in the Army of the Potomac and in the Department of the South; judge-advocate-general, provost marshal-general and later chief-of-start to Major-General Gilmore, commanding Department of the South; military governor of Charleston, S. C., and afterwards military governor of Savannah, Ga.; resumed duty as chief-of-staff to Department; promoted to colonel and brevetted brigadier-general. The war having closed, resigned in August, 1865, and resumed law practice in New York City. Declined Republican nomination for Judge of Court of Common Pleas, 1865; was unsuccessful Republican candidate for Governor of New York, 1870; elector-atlarge and president New York Electoral College, 1872; Congressman, 1872-5; had joint discussion with General Thomas Ewing in Ohio in autumn of 1875 on the ques. tion of specie resumption; member of the commission