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AARON, CHARLES E.-Leather Merchant, 8 Ferry street, New York City; residence 217 Quincy street, Brooklyn. President New York Leather Belting Co. Member Hardware Club, Union League Club of Brooklyn, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

AARON, HERMAN-Lawyer, 15 Wall street, New York City; residence 353 West 57th street. Member Press Club, Society of Medical Jurisprudence, Columbia Alumni and College of the City of New York Alumni Associations.

AARON, ISRAEL-Rabbi Temple Beth Zion, Buffalo; residence 748 Auburn avenue. Born in Lancaster, Pa., Nov. 20, 1859. Educated in Lancaster and at University of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Hebrew Union College (D.D.). (Married.) Honorary president Sisterhood of Zion. Member University and Liberal Clubs, Masonic and other fraternal bodies.

ABARBANELL, JACOB R.-Lawyer and Editor, 24 Vandewater street, New York City; residence 241 Grove street, Jersey City, N. J. Born in New York City, Dec. 6, 1852. Educated at the College of the City of New York (B.S.), and Columbia College Law School (LL.B.). (Married.) Editor of the New York "Family Story Paper" and "Golden Hours." Author of many novels and translations under nom de plume "Ralph Royal." Member Manhattan, Single Tax, City College, Thirteen and New York Press Clubs, and MedicoLegal Society.

ABBE, ROBERT--Physician, 11 West 50th street, New York City. Member Riding and Barnard Clubs, and Century and College of the City of New York Alumni Associations.

ABBEY, HENRY-Author and Merchant, New York Produce Exchange, New York City; residence 11 Linderman avenue, Kingston. Born in Rondout, N. Y., July 11, 1842. Educated in academy. Engaged in the flour and grain business. Author of "May Dreams," "Ralph, and Other Poems," "Stories in Verse," "Ballads of Good Deeds," and "The City of Success, and Other Poems." Member Authors' and Shakespeare Clubs, and National Sculpture Society.

ABBOT, EVERETT VERGNIES-Lawyer, 55 William street, New York City; residence 187 Madison avenue. Member Reform, Calumet, Harvard and Staten Island Cricket Clubs, Sons of the Revolution, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

ABBOT, FRANK P.-China Merchant, 29 Barclay street, New York City; residence 5 First place, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, May 25, 1853. Educated at Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn. (Married.) Member of the firm of Gerard, Dufraisseix & Abbot. Trustee and ex-president Crockery Board of Trade. Member Hardware Club.

ABBOTT, CHARLES E.-Merchant, 236 Eighth avenue, New York City; residence 279 West 22d street. Born in Vermont, March 27, 1859. (Single.) President New York Retail Bakers' Association. Member New York Athletic Club, and Forest and Stream Club of Wilmington, Vt. Thirty-second degree Mason.

ABBOTT, FRANK W.-Physician and Surgeon, 523 Franklin street, Buffalo. Born in Arakan, Burma, India, Dec. 24, 1841. Educated at University of Rochester (A.B. and A.M.) and University of Buffalo (M.D.). (Married.) Ophthalmic surgeon Buffalo General Hospital; surgeon Charity Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital of Erie County. Was examining surgeon for pensions, etc. Member Buffalo Academy of Medicine, American Ophthalmological Society, Buffalo Medical Club, American Otological Society, and International Ophthalmological Congress.

ABBOTT, HENRY H.-Lawyer, 58 Pine street, New York city; residence 204 West 92d street. Born

in Chicago, Ill., Nov. 17, 1870. Educated at Amherst College. (Married.) Member of the firm of Breed & Abbott. Member Amherst Alumni Association, and Law Institute.

ABBOTT, LAWRENCE F.-President, 287 Fourth avenue, New York City; residence Mountainville. President and director "The Outlook" Co. Member University and Social Reform Clubs, Hamilton Club of Brooklyn, and Amherst Alumni and Aldine Associations.

ABBOTT, LYMAN-Clergyman and Editor, 287 Fourth avenue, New York City; residence Brooklyn. Born in Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 18, 1835. Educated at College of the City of New York ('53), and Harvard (D.D.). (Married Abhy F., daughter of Hannibal Hamlin, of Boston.) Practiced law. Ordained Con. gregational minister, 1860; pastor in Terre Haute, Ind., 1860-5; New England Church in New York, 1865-9. Secretary American Union Commission, 1865-8. Resigned pastorate in 1869 to devote himself to literature. Edited the literary record of "Harper's Magazine"; associate editor of "The Christian Union," with Henry Ward Beecher, whom he succeeded as pastor of Plymouth Church in Brooklyn, 1888; resigned November, 1898. Now editor of “The Outlook." Author of "Christianity and Social Problems," "Jesus of Nazareth," "Illustrated Commentary on the New Testament," "A Layman's Story," "How to Study the Bible," "Life of Christ," "In Aid of Faith," "The Evolution of Christianity," "A Study in Human Nature," "Theology of an Evolutionist," "The Life and Epistles of Paul," and others. Member Congregational Club.

ABBOTT, WILLIS JOHN-Editor and Author, 154 Nassau street, New York City; residence 220 Central Park, South. Born in New Haven, Conn., March 16, 1863. (Grandson of John S. C. Abbott, historian.) Educated at University of Michigan ('84). (Married Maria A. Nack.) Managing editor Chicago "Times," 1892-3; joined staff of New York "Journal," as writing editor, 1896. Chairman Henry George campaign committee, 1898. Author of "Blue Jackets of '76," "Blue Jackets of 1812," "Blue Jackets of 1861," "Battle Fields and Camp Fires," "Battle Fields of 1861," "Battle Fields and Victory," and "Carter Henry Harrison, a Memoir." Member Twilight Club and Aldine Association.

ABEEL, GEORGE-Iron Merchant, 190 South street, New York City; residence 5 East 124th street. Member of the firm of Abeel Bros. Trustee East River Savings Institution. Member Harlem, St. Nicholas and Suburban Riding and Driving Clubs, St. Nicholas Society and American Museum of Natural History.

ABEEL, JOHN H.-Iron Merchant. 190 South street, New York City; residence St. Nicholas Club. Member St. Nicholas and New York Athletic Clubs, and St. Nicholas Society.

ABEGG, HENRY-Importer, 92 Grand street, New York City; residence 222 West 23d street. Member of the firm of Abegg & Rusch. Member Merchants' Central and Reform Clubs, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and American Museum of Natural History.

ABELL, CHARLES LEE-Insurance, 11 Mooney building. Buffalo; residence 242 Linwood avenue. Born in Buffalo, Oct. 4, 1856. Educated in Buffalo. (Married.) President Marine Elevator Co. LieutenantColonel 74th Regiment, N. G. N. Y. Member Buffalo, Ellicott and Army and Navy Clubs, and Sons of the American Revolution.

ABELL, HENRY E.-Commissioner, 300 Mulberry street, New York City; residence 434 Fourth street, Brooklyn. Born in Esperance, Schoharie Co., N. Y., June 25, 1837. (Son of William Bliss Abell.) Educated at Delaware Literary Institute, Franklin, N. Y., and


Columbian University, Washington, D. C. Became in-

terested in journalism, 1859. Served on hospital corps

during Civil War. Appointed Deputy Surveyor of the

Port, 1869. Governor Cornell's private secretary,

1879-82. Assemblyman, two terms. Librarian of the

Assembly, 1887. Has been secretary and treasurer

Long Island State Hospital. Police Commissioner

since 1898.

ABENHEIM, SIDNEY-Tobacco Merchant, 2 Stone

street, New York City; residence 36 West 35th street.

Born in Mannheim, Germany, Oct. 7, 1867. Educated

at Columbia University. (Single.) Member of the

firm of M. Abenheim & Co. Member Lotos, Reform

and Manhattan Clubs, Freundschaft Society, and Co-

lumbia University Alumni Association.

ABERDEIN, ROBERT-Physician, 327 James street,

Syracuse. Born in Canada, 1845. Educated in Toronto

and New York. (Married.) Trustee State Insti-

tution for Feeble Minded Children at Syracuse, by the

Governor's appointment, for twelve years; visiting

physician to St. Vincent de Paul's Orphan Asylum for

past twenty-five years. Member Syracuse Academy of

Medicine, and Onondaga Medical, and Central New

York Microscopical Societies; and Fellow of the Micro-

scopical and New York State Medical Associations,

and Royal Microscopical Society of Kings College,

London, England.

ABNEY, JOHN RUTLEDGE-(Colonel.) Lawyer,

71 Broadway, New York City; residence 317 Lexington

avenue. Member Church and Democratic Clubs,

Southern Society, Sons of the Revolution, and Asso-

ciation of the Bar of the City of New York.

ACHELIS, FRITZ-President, 9 Mercer street,

New York City; residence 86 Pierrepont street, Brook-

lyn. President Goodyear Hard Rubber Co., and India

Rubber Comb Co.; director Mossberg & Granville Mf'g

Co. Member Merchants' Club, Deutscher Verein, and

Hamilton Club of Brooklyn.

ACHELIS, JOHN-Importer, 66 Leonard street,

New York City; residence, 25 East 65th street. Mem-

ber New York Athletic, Lotos, Merchants' and

Long Island Country Clubs, Deutscher Verein, and

Metropolitan Museum of Art.

ACKEN, T. M.-Physician and Surgeon, 267 West

45th street, New York City. Vice-president Comatus
Mf'g Co.; treasurer and director Coughlin-Sanford
Railroad Switch Co. Member New York Lodge No. 1,
Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, and Knight
Ancient-Essenic Order, Mithras Senate.

ACKEN, W. H.-President, 84 Reade street, New

York City: residence 29 West 82d street. Born in New

Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 11, 1833. Educated at Rutgers

College. (Married.) President and treasurer New

York Rubber Co.; director Norfolk and New Bruns-

wick Hosiery Co. Member Colonial Club.

ACKER, FRANKLIN–Wholesale Grocer, 132

Chambers street, New York City; residence Fairlawn,

N. J. Born and educated in New York City. (Mar-

ried.) Member Colonial and Hardware Clubs, Hol-

land Society, and American Museum of Natural His-


Christian Association, Kane Lodge, F. & A. M., Jeru-

salem Chapter Coeur de Lion Commandery, Ancient

Accepted Scottish Rite thirty-second degree, Tam-

mapy Society, and charter member Dutchess County
Society in the City of New York.

ACKLEY, J. EDWARD-Lawyer, 35 Wall Street,

New York City; residence 40 East 51st street. Mem-

ber Manhattan, Fencers' and Democratic Clubs, Dun-

lap Society, and Association of the Bar of the City of

New York.

ADAMS, AARON-Grocery Merchant, 377 Wash-

ington street, New York City; residence East Orange.

N. J. Born in New York City, 1840. Educated in public

schools. (Married.) Member of the firm of Adams &

Howe. Director National Broadway Bank. Member

Wool and Merchants' Clubs, Wholesale Grocers' Asso-

ciation, and Board of Trade and Transportation.

ADAMS, ALBERT J.-Vice-President, 35 West

30th street, New York City. (Married.) Vice-presi-

dent and treasurer Karsch Brewing Co., director Mer-

cantile Trust Co.

ADAMS, ALBERT J., JR.-Lawyer, 120 Broadway,

New York City; residence 250 West 85th street. Born

in New York City, 1869. Director Karsch Brewing Co.

Member Lawyers' and Harvard Clubs.

ADAMS, ALLEN W.-President, 45 William street,

and Lumber Merchant, 138th street and Gerard ave-

nue, and 149th street and Harlem River, New York

City; residence Hotel Netherland and Greenwich,

Conn. Member of the firm of Willson, Adams & Co.

President and director Lafayette Fire Insurance Co.:

director Assurance Co. of America. Member ('nion

League, Colonial and Indian Harbor Yacht Clubs, and

Metropolitan Museum of Art.

ADAMS, AMBROSE R.–Wholesale Dry Goods, 86

Leonard street, New York City: residence 9 West 122d
street. Born in Putnam County, N. Y., Oct. 9. 1851.
Educated in public schools of New York City. (Mar-
ried.) Member of the firm of Shreve & Adams. Mem-
ber Merchants' and Harlem Clubs.

ADAMS, CHARLES-Stock Broker, 71 Broadway,

New York City; residence 35 Remsen street, Brooklyn.

Born in Terryville, Conn., May 7, 1864. (Son of Joseph

H. and Emeline (McKee] Adams.) Educated at Yale

('87). (Married.) Member of the firm of Adams, Me-

Neill & Brigham, members of the New York Stock

Exchange, and a member of the New York Produce

Exchange. Member Barnard and Seawanhaka-Cor-

inthian Yacht Clubs, Psi Upsilon Fraternity, Yale

Alumni Association, New England Society, Sons of

the Revolution, and Dyker Meadow Golf, Hamilton

and Crescent Athletic Clubs of Brooklyn.

ADAMS, CHARLES H.-Lawyer and Manufac-

turer, 16 East 67th street, New York City. Born in

Coxsackie, N. Y. Educated at Albany Academy.

(Married.) Was member of Governor Hunt's staff.

Assemblyman, 1858; State Senator, 1871-2, and Con-

gressman, 1875-6. Member Metropolitan Club, New

York Genealogical and Biographical, St. Nicholas,

and American Geographical Societies, and Sons of the



fayette place, New York City; residence Rossville.
Born in New Lisbon, Ohio, Oct. 31, 1850. (Son of Josiah
and Sarah A. [Ford] Adams.) Educated at Mount
Union College, Ohio ('71), Yale ("73), and Boston Uni-
versity ('74). (Married Jennie E. Holloway.) Ordained,
1875; dean of Wichita, Kan., 1885-8: rector St. Luke's,
Chicago, 1888-91; Church of the Holy Spirit, Rondout-
on-Hudson, 1891-6; since 1896 rector of St. Luke's, Ross-
ville, S. I. Organizer and manager of, and lecturer
for, the Church Thinking Bureau, and Bureau of Bio-
philism, or Animal Psychology. Author of "Where Is
My Dog; or, Is Man Alone Immortal?" "The Matter-
horn Head." and others.

ADAMS, CHARLES T.--Lawyer, 195 Broadway,

New York City; residence Montclair, N. J. Born in 1

Boston, Mass., Nov. 28, 1856. Educated at Harvard

('78), and Columbia Law School ('80). (Married.) Con-

nected with law department Manhattan Railway Co.

Member Montclair Golf Club, Sons of the Revolution,

St. David's Society, and Bar Association of the State

of New York.

ACKERT, ALFRED T.-Lawyer, 10 Wall street,

New York City; residence Rhinebeck. Born in Rhine-
beck, April 15, 1840. Educated at Amenia Seminary,
Fort Edward Institute, and Law Department Albany
University. (Single) Member of the Legislature, 1868.
Secretary of general committee of Tamrany Hall from
1872 to 1875. Appointed Justice Seventh Judicial Dis-
trict Court by Governor Tilden, 1875. Member St.
Nicholas, and New York Historical Societies, American
Institute, Deaf and Dumb Institution, toun Men's


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ADAMS, CYRUS CORNELIUS–Editor, 168 Nassau street, New York City; residence 512 Madison street, Brooklyn. Born in Naperville, Ill., Jan. 7, 1849. Educated at the University of Chicago ('76). (Married Mrs. Blanche C. Dodge, 1877.) Writer and lecturer on geographical topics. First president department of geography in Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences; made geographical collection (1889-90) for same, containing 2,500 items for geographical education from ten different countries. Now on editorial staff of New York “Sun."

ADAMS, E. M.-General Merchandise, Franklinville. Born and educated in Franklinville. (Married.) Vice-president First National Bank; trustee Franklinville Village, Public High School and Baptist Church, Member Franklinville Free Library, and F. & A. M., No. 626.

ADAMS, EDWARD D.-Banker, 35 Wall Street, New York City; residence 455 Madison avenue. Born in Boston, Mass., April 9, 1846. Educated at Chauncey Hall School (Boston), and Norwich University (Northfield). President, director and chairman executive committee Chicago Terminal Transfer R. R. Co.; president and director Cataract Construction Co., Niagara Junction Railway Co., and Niagara Development Co.; vice-president and director Central and South American Telegraph Co.; director and member executive committee Northern Pacific Express Co., West Shore Railroad Co., Northern Pacific Railway Co. (and subsidiary companies); director American Cotton Oil Co., Mercantile Trust Co. and New Jersey General Security Co. Member Metropolitan, Union League, Players', Tuxedo, Grolier, Lawyers', and Riding Clubs, Seabright Beach, Meadow Yacht, and Seabright Golf Clubs of Seabright, N. J., Chicago Club, Adirondack Mountain Reserve, Metropolitan Museum of Art (trustee), American Society of Civil Engineers, and Norwich University Alumni Association; Fellow American Fine Arts Society, and National Academy of Design, and Fellow in perpetuity American Museum of Natural History.

ADAMS, ELBRIDGE L.-Lawyer, 31 State street, Rochester; residence Rochester. Born in Canandaigua, X. Y., Sept. 17, 1866. Educated at Williams College. (Married.) Vice-president Rochester Folding Box Co.; chairman Civil Service Commission of Rochester. Member Genesee Valley and Rochester Country Clubs, Rochester Bar, and New York State Bar Association.

ADAMS. EUGENE E.--Manufacturer, 37 Fulton street, New York City; residence 215 West 139th street. Vice-president Globe-Wernicke Co.; treasurer ACcount, Audit and Assurance Co. Member Racquet and Tennis, and Fulton Clubs.

ADAMS, FREDERICK T.-Stock Broker, 10 Wall street, New York City; residence 250 West 57th street. Born in Chicago, Ill., April 2, 1854. Educated in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. (Married.) Member of the firm of F. T. Adams & Co., and of the New York Stock, New York Produce, New York Cotton and Coffee Exchanges. Member New York Athletic, New York, Suburban Riding and Driving, New York Yacht, American Yacht, Larchmont Yacht, Atlantic Yacht, and Manhattan Clubs, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Chamber of Commerce.

ADAMS, GEORGE C.-Cashier Brooklyn Daily "Eagle"; residence 25 Herkimer street, Brooklyn, Born in Winchester, Mass., 1851. Educated at Winchester, and Brimmer Academies. (Married.) Member Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn, 23d Regiment Veteran Association (executive trustee), Good Roads Association, and of numerous secret societies.

ADAMS, GEORGE HUNTINGTON-Lawyer, 63 Wall street, New York City; residence 50 East 54th street. Born in Boston, Mass. Educated at Harvard. (Married.) Member Harvard and University Clubs, Down Town Association, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

ADAMS, HENRY, Jr.-Molasses Merchant, 94 Wall street, New York City; residence 430 Washington avenue, Brooklyn. Member Marine and Field, Brooklyn, Oxford and Crescent Athletic Clubs of Brooklyn.

ADAMS, HENRY A.--Lecturer; residence 577 Carlton avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Santiago, Cuba, Sept. 20. 1861. (Married.)

ADAMS, HENRY C.-Syrups, 220 Front street, New York City; residence 72 West 51st street. Member New York Athletic and Colonial Clubs, Southern Society, and University of Virginia Alumni Association.

ADAMS, HENRY H.-(Colonel.) Iron Merchant, 177 Broadway, New York City; residence Buckingham Hotel, and Greenwich, Conn. Born in Collamer, Ohio, July 9, 1844. (Married.) President Henry H. Adams & Co. (Inc.). Colonial Iron Company of Pennsylvania, Monitor Copper Mining Co. of British Columbia, and Adams Lode Silver Co. of Colorado; vice-president Riversville Power and Water Co. of Connecticut; treasurer and trustee Lincoln Memorial University of Tennessee. and American Institute of Civics; member advisory board of George Washington Memorial Association, of committee of one hundred on University of United States, and of advisory council of New York Woman's Exchange. Member Union League, Lawyers', Lotos, and City History Clubs, Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of the American Revolution, Sons of the Revolution, Society of Founders and Patriots, Society of ex-Union Prisoners of War, Society of Household Economics, Greenwich Casino Association, Society of the Cumberland, Army and Navy Club of Connecticut, and past commander of Lafayette Post, G. A. R.

ADAMS, HERBERT-Sculptor, 42 West 15th street, New York City. Born in Concord, Vt. Educated in Paris. (Married.) Member Players' Club, Century Association, National Sculpture Society, Society of Amer. ican Artists, Architectural League, and National Academy of Design.

ADAMS, JAMES W.-Tea Merchant. 93 Front street, New York City: residence 1284 Pacific street, Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, April 25, 1865. Educated at Brooklyn Polytechnic. (Single.) Member Union League, and Crescent Athletic Clubs of Brooklyn, and Providence Athletic Club of Rhode Island.

ADAMS, JOHN COLEMAN-Universalist Clergyman. 101 Wilson street, Brooklyn. Born in Malden, Mass., Oct. 25. 1849. Educated at Tufts College ('70); degrees of B.D., A.M., and D.D. Has held pastorates in Lynn, Chicago and Brooklyn. Now pastor All Souls' l'niversalist Church. Author of "The Leisure of God," “Christian Types of Heroism," "The Fatherhood of God," and "Nature Studies in Berkshire." Trustee Tufts College, and I'niversalist General Convention. Member Authors' and New York Universalist Clubs.

ADAMS, JOHN D.--Chewing Gum, 148 Sands street, Brooklyn; residence 115 Eighth avenue. Memher Hamilton, Crescent Athletic, Oxford and Montauk Clubs.

ADAMS, JOHN D.-Treasurer, 355 Madison avenue, New York City; residence 142 East 40th street. Secretary and treasurer Knickerbocker Athletic Club. Member Players', Chi Phi, Cornell, City and Social Reform Clubs.

ADAMS, JOHN HOWARD – Retired, Malvern Hall, West Park-on-Hudson. Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., July 4, 1869. Educated at Princeton. (Married.) Was partner in the real estate firm of Roosevelt & Adams, and manager special agency Union Central Life Insurance Co. (Retired, 1899.) Member Princeton, Camera, Morris County (N. J.) Golf, and Sea wanhaka-Corinthian Yacht Clubs, and Down Town Association.

ADAMS, JOHN J.-Lawyer, 320 Broadway, New York City; residence 114 West 74th street. Member of the firm of Adams & Adams. Member Colonial, Manhattan, Arkwright and Suburban Riding and Driving Clubs.

ADAMS, JOHN L.-Physician, 24 East 46th street, New York City. Born in Westport, Conn., Aug. 9, 1860. Educated at Selleck's Boarding School, Yale College and College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City. (Married.) Attending surgeon New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, and St. Bartholomew's Clinic; ophthalmologist Society of

the New York Lying-in Asylum. Member Lotos, Thirteen, Yale, New York Athletic, Manhattan, University, Knickerbocker Athletic, and Indian Harbor Yacht Clubs, and of the New York County Medical, New York Otological and American Otological Societies.

ADAMS, JULIUS WALKER-Civil Engineer, 155 Congress street, Brooklyn. Born in Boston, Mass.. Oct. 12, 1812. Educated at United States Military Acad

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