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"World," 1876-82. Managed the Harvard-Yale boat races at New London, Conn., 1878-83. Librarian of the University Club from March 20, 1889, to April 30, 1900. Author of "Four Years at Yale, by a Graduate of '69" (1871), "Ten Thousand Miles on a Bicycle, by Karl Kron" (1887), "Carl, the Best of Bulldogs" and "Castle Solitude in the Metropolis" (1888). Is now engaged in compiling a genealogy of the descendants of John Bagg and Hannah Burt, who were married in Springfield, Mass., Dec. 24, 1657.

BAGG, S. F.-Manufacturer, Watertown. Born in Utica, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1818. Educated at Hamilton College. (Married.) President and treasurer of various manufacturing companies. Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers and Reform Club.

SAILEY, ELIJAH PRENTISS-Editor, Observer Building, Utica; residence 336 Genesee street. Born in Manlius, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1834. Educated in common and Latin grammar schools in Utica. (LL.D. St. John's College, Fordham; A.M. Colgate University.) (Married Julia s. Wetherby in 1857, who died in 1860; second, Hannah Chapman, in 1868.) Postmaster of Utica, 1887-91; president New York State Civil Service Commission, 1892-5; again postmaster from 1896 to present time. Editor Utica "Observer," with which he has been connected forty-six years. President E. P. Bailey & Co. (inc.); acting president Carlton Island Club. Member Fort Schuyler Club, Oneida Historical Society, Faxton Lodge F. & A. M., Yah-nun-da-sis Lodge Scottish Rite Masons, and Utica Mechanics' Association.

BAILEY, FRANK-Vice-President, 175 Remsen street, Brooklyn; residence 338 Clinton avenue. Born in Chatham, N. Y. Educated at Union College. (Married.) Vice-president and director Title Guarantee and Trust Co.; treasurer Montauk Theatre Co.; secretary Bond and Mortgage Guarantee Co.; director Nassau National Bank and Manufacturerers' Trust Co. Member Marine and Field, Brooklyn, Long Island Country, Adirondack League and Riding and Driving Clubs, Union College Alumni Association (president), and Sons of the Revolution.

BAILEY, FREDERICK D.-Physician, 260 Hancock street, Brooklyn. Born in Sidney, Delaware Co., N. Y., Sept. 28, 1860. Educated in Norwich and at Bainbridge Academy. (Married.) Member of staff of Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital. Member Long Island Medical, Brooklyn Medical, Kings County Medical and New York State Medical Societies, Union League Club, and Physicians' Mutual Aid Association.

BAILEY, JAMES H.-President, 11 Broadway, New York City; residence 123 West 44th street. Born in DeWitt, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1846. Educated at Academy in Fayetteville, N.Y. (Married.) President and director Manhattan General Construction Co.; vice-president and director "Railroad Gazette"; director Electric Arc Light Co. Member Engineers', Army and Navy, National Arts, Press and New York Railroad Clubs, Laurentian Club of Canada, Military Order of the Loyal Legion, Grand Army of the Republic, and American Geographical, Albany, and National Sculpture Societies.

BAILEY, JOHN M.-Lawyer, 61 State street, Albany: residence 118 Lancaster street. Born in Bethlehem, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1838. Educated at Union College, and Albany Law School. (Married.) Senior member of the firm of Bailey & Dugan; director First National Bank, and trustee Albany County Savings Bank. Was district attorney Albany County, .collector of internal revenue, United States Consul, Hamburg, Germany, and member of Congress. Member Fort Orange Club and Albany Historical Society.

BAILEY, J. TROWBRIDGE-Mining Engineer, 141 Broadway, New York City; residence 13 Stuyvesant place, St. George, s. I. Born in Newport, R. I., June 15, 1860. (Married.) Member Rittenhouse and Philadelphia Clubs or Philadelphia, Sons of the Revolution, Colonial Society, and Society of the War of 1812.

BAILEY, LIBERTY HYDE-Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca; residence 3 East avenue. Degree of M.S. Professor of general and experimental horticulture at Cornell University.

BAILEY, PEARCE-Physician, 4 West 50th street, New York City. Born in New York City, July 12, 1865. Educated at Princeton (A.M., '86), and New York Col

lege of Physicians and Surgeons ('89). (Married Edith Lawrence Black.) Author of "Accident and Injury, Their Relation to Disease," and various pamphlets on medical subjects. Consulting neurologist St Luke's, Orthopaedic and Babies' Hospitals. Member University and Princeton Clubs, and Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson.

BAILEY, WILLIAM H.-Agent, 20 Gold street, New York City; residence 913 Seventh avenue. Born in Boston, Mass., 1834. Educated at English High School, Boston. (Single) Agent American Tube Works; director Edison Electric Illuminating Co., Equitable Gas and Electric Lighting Co. of Utica, and Nassau Electric R. R. Co. of Brooklyn. Member Union League, New York Yacht and Engineers' Clubs, Cuttyhunk Island Club (Buzzard's Bay, Mass.), Down Town Association, New England Society, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, National Academy of Design, and American Society of Naval Engineers.

BAIN, FERDINAND, R.-Real Estate and Insurance, 42 Market street, Poughkeepsie; residence 135 Academy street. Born in Chatham, N. Y., May 3, 1861. Educated in Poughkeepsie. (Married.) Has been alderman, supervisor and assessor. Ex-president Poughkeepsie R. R. Co., and ex-secretary Dutchess County Agricultural Society. Director Farmers' and Manufacturers' Bank and Poughkeepsie Gas Co., second vice-president Dutchess County Agricultural Society, Member Amrita Club, Masonic order, and Republican Club of New York City.

BAINBRIDGE, H. C.-Paper Goods, 12 Cumberland street, Brooklyn; residence 26 Cambridge place. Born in Brooklyn, Jan. 4, 1854. Educated at Brooklyn Public School No. 11. (Married.) With the firm of Charles T. Bainbridge Sons; president Stationers' Board of Trade. Member Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn, and Royal Arcanum.

BAINBRIDGE, RICHARD WARREN - Paper Goods, 12 Cumberland street, Brooklyn; residence 1405 Dean street. Born in Brooklyn, June 23, 1856. Educated in Brooklyn common schools. (Married.) With the firm of Charles T. Bainbridge Sons. Director Manhattan Association of New York, and Associated Manufacturers' Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Member Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn, Penataquit-Corinthian Yacht Club, and Manufacturers' Association of New York.

BAIRD, FRANK B.-Iron manufacturer, 1000 Ellicott square, Buffalo. Born in Marietta, Ohio, Nov. 24. 1852. (Son of the late Samuel Baird, Ohio iron manufacturer.) Educated in Zanesville and at Ohio Wesleyan University. (Single) Was prominent in development of the Hocking Valley (Ohio) iron region. President Union Iron Works of Buffalo, Buffalo Charcoal Iron Co., and Emporium Furnace Co.; vice-president Old Sterling Iron Co., and Ishpeming Mining Co.; director Pan-American Exposition Co., City National Bank, Elmira Steel Co., and other iron companies. Member Buffalo and Ellicott Clubs, and Atlantic Yacht Club of New York City.

BAIRD, HENRY MARTYN, JR.-Lawyer, 111 Broadway, New York City; residence 63 High street, Yonkers. Member Psi Upsilon Club, University of New York Alumni Association, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BAIRD, JOHN S.-Stock Broker, 66 Broadway, New York City; residence 137 West 85th street. Educated at Princeton. Member of the firm of Wilcox & Co., members New York Stock Exchange. Member Princeton, New York Athletic and Colonial Clubs.

BAKER, ALFRED J.-Lawyer, 30 Broad street, New York City; residence 2141 Fifth avenue. Born in New York City, Sept. 13, 1849. Educated by private tutor, and at Columbia Law School ("74). (Single.) Member Democratic, Sagamore and Jockey Clubs, and Sagamore Lodge No. 371, F. & A. M.

BAKER, CHARLES DI'ANE-Lawyer, 220 Broadway, New York City; residence 225 West 135th street. Born in Steuben County, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1844. Educated at Oberlin College and Cornell University. (Married.) Member Cornell, Delta Upsilon and Harlem Republican Clubs, and the Biographical Society (f America.

BAKER, CHARLES H.--Merchant, 26 Broadway, New York City; residence Montclair, N. J. Born in Detroit, Mich., April 19, 1860. Educated in Detroit public schools, and at Amherst College. (Married.) Cashier American Agricultural Chemical Co. Member Amherst College Alumni Association.

BAKER, D. HINSDELL-General Insurance, 136 South Salina street, Syracuse; residence 509 Montgomery street. Born in Lafayette, N. Y., Oct. 28, 1852. Educated at Oberlin, Ohio. (Married.) Connected with the firm of Baker & Knapp. Member Citizens' Club.

BAKER, ELWOOD T.-Accountant, County Treasurer's Office, Brooklyn; residence 781 Prospect place. Born in Marion, Ohio, July 12, 1853. Educated in Marion. (Married.) Chief accountant in Kings County treasurer's office. Member Brooklyn Whist and Carleton Clubs, and New York Whist and Knickerbocker Clubs of New York City.

BAKER, FISHER A.-Lawyer, 2 Wall street, New York City; residence Yonkers. Born in Dedham, Mass., Feb. 8, 1837. Educated at Dartmouth College and Albany Law School. (Married.) Served with the Army of the Potomac. Member of the firm of Peabody, Baker & Peabody. Director First National Bank, Bankers' Safe Deposit Co., and New Jersey Security Co.; secretary and director Vermont Marble Co. Member Alpha Delta Phi and Unitarian Clubs, Dartmouth College Alumni Association, New England Society, and G. A. R.

BAKER, FRANKLIN T.-Professor, 120th street and Amsterdam avenue, New York City; residence Caryl, Yonkers. Born in Hagerstown, Md., Sept. 12, 1864. Educated at Dickinson College. (Married.) Professor of English in Teachers' College.

BAKER, FREDERIC_Retired, 815 Fifth avenue, New York City. Born in Watertown, N. Y., Nov. 30, 1830. Educated at New York University. (Married.) Connected with the Presbyterian Hospital. Member University, Metropolitan and Psi Upsilon Clubs, Phi Beta Kappa Society, Century and Down Town Associations, Metropolitan Museum of Art and American Museum of Natural History.

BAKER, GEORGE AUGUSTUS — Lawyer and Author. 206 Broadway, New York City; residence 13 East 46th street. Born, 1849. Educated at the College of the City of New York, and Columbia Law School ('70). Author of "The Bad Habits of Good Society," and several other stories. Member Republican, Patria and Camera Clubs, and Society of Medical Jurisprudence.

BAKER, GEORGE COMSTOCK-Lawyer, Capitol, Albany; residence Comstock. Born in Comstock, April 29, 1868. Educated at Union College, Albany Law School and Cornell Law School. (Married Mary Louise Van Wormer.) Deputy Attorney-General State of New York. Ex-vice-president-general Society of the War of 1812. Member Fort Orange, Camera and Acacia Clubs, Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of the Revolution, General Society of the War of 1812, Society of Old Guards, Knights Templar, and a thirty-second degree Mason.

BAKER, GEORGE F.-President, 2 Wall Street, New York City; residence 258 Madison avenue. Born in Troy, N. Y., March 27, 1840. (Married.) President and director First National Bank, Astor National Bank, Long Branch Water Supply Co. and New York and Long Branch R. R. Co.; vice-president and director Bankers Safe Deposit Co.; director Atlas Cement Co., Baltimore and Delaware Bay R. R. Co., Car Trust Investment Co. (Ltd.) of London, Citizens' Insurance Co., Continental Insurance Co., East Jersey Water Co., Farmers' Loan and Trust Co., Guaranty Trust Co., Lake Erie and Western R. R. Co., Lehigh and Hudson River R. R. Co., Lehigh and Wilkesbarre Coal Co., Liberty National Bank, Metropolitan Opera and Real Estate Co., Montclair Water Co., Navesink Park Co., Spring Brook Water Supply Co., and Northern Pacific Ry Co.; director and chairman executive committee Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey; trustee Consolidated Gas Co., Mutual Life Insurance Co., Provident Loan Society, Southern Ry. Co., and Bowery Savings Bank; member board of managers Delaware, Lackawanna and Western R. R. Co. Member Metropolitan, Lawyers', Union League, Barnard, Tux

edo, Riding, Mendelssohn Glee, New York Yacht, and Atlantic Yacht Clubs, American Fine Arts, and New England Societies, National Academy of Design, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BAKER, GEORGE HALL-Librarian, Columbia University, New York City; residence 294 Manhattan avenue. Born in Ashfield, Mass., April 23, 1850. Educated at Amherst ('74), and Berlin University, 1876-8. (Married Ellen E. Adkins.) Connected with Columbia University Library since 1883. Librarian-in-chief since 1889. Member of Amherst Alumni Association.

BAKER, GEORGE 1..-Banker and Broker, 60 Broadway, New York City; residence New Brighton, S. I. Born in Boston, Mass. Educated at Boston Latin and English High Schools, 1859-66. (Married.) Memher Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchange. Captain 8th Regiment, N. G. N. Y., and president associated Board of Officers, 108th Regiment, N. G. N. Y. Member Sons of the Revolution, Army and Navy Club, and Society of the War of 1812.

BAKER, HENRY A.-Physician and Surgeon, 100 Broadway, New York City; residence 339 West 88th street. Born in Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1870. Educated at University of California and Medical Department ('91). (Single.) 1891-5 surgeon of Pacific mail steamer "San Jose" to Panama, and "City of Peking' to Japan and China. Medical examiner and surgeon of Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. Medical exam. iner of Washington Life Insurance Co., Provident Savings Life Insurance Co., American Union Life Insurance Co., etc. Member Medical Society of the County of New York, and Knickerbocker Athletic Club.

BAKER, HERBERT S.-Vice-President, 5 East 16th street, New York City; residence East Orange, N. J. Director Baker & Taylor Co. Member Aldine Association, and South Orange Field Club.

BAKER, JOHN T.-Insurance, 76 Beaver street, New York City; residence Plainfield, N. J. Born in Watertown, Jefferson Co., N. Y., Oct. 12, 1842. Educated at Mount Washington Collegiate Institute, New York City. (Married.) Member of the firm of Car. penter & Baker, marine underwriters. Member Union County Country and Hillside Tennis and Golf Clubs, Down Town Association, Lafayette Post, G. A. R., and 7th Regiment Veteran Association.

BAKER, MOSES N.-Editor, 220 Broadway, New York City; residence Upper Montclair, N. J. Born in Enosburgh, Vt., Jan. 26, 1864. Educated at the University of Vermont (Ph.B., '86, and C.E., '99). (Married Ella Sophia Babbitt.) Editor of the "Manual of American Water Works," and associate editor of the "Engineering News." Author of “Sewage Purification in America,” "Sewerage and Sewage Purification," section on “Water Works" in "Municipal Monopolies," and of municipal engineering topics in the "International Year Book."

BAKER, SMITH-Physician and Surgeon, Winston Building, Utica; residence 296 Rutger street. Born in Marcy, N. Y., Sept. 25, 1850. Educated at Whitestown Seminary and University of Michigan. Lecturer on the preservation of health, Colgate University; director the Conference for Child Study, at Greenacre, Me. Member Fort Schuyler Club and American Neurological Association.

BAKER, STEPHEN, President, 40 Wall Street, New York City; residence 689 Madison avenue. Born in Dutchess County, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1859. (Married.) President and director Bank of the Manhattan Co. Member Union League Club, Down Town Association, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BAKER, WENDELL-Electrician, 15 Dey street, New York City; residence 27 West 44th street. Born in New York City, Oct. 19, 1862. Educated at St. Mark's School, Southboro, Mass., and Harvard ('86). (Married.) Connected with the American Telephone and Telegraph Co. Member Harvard, Delta Kappa Epsilon and University Athletic Clubs, and Hasty Pudding and A. D. Clubs of Cambridge, Mass.

BAKER, WILLIAM C.-Car Heaters, 143 Liberty street, New York City; residence Alpine, N. J. Born in Dexter, Me., July 25, 1829. Educated in public schools. (Widower.) Sole manufacturer of the nonfreezing hot water car heaters. Member Psi Upsilon Club.

BAKER, WILLIAM H.-Vice-President, 253 Broadway, New York City; residence 920 St. Marks avenue, Brooklyn. Vice-president and director Commercial Union Telegraph Co., and Van Kannel Revolving Door Co.; vice-president and general manager Postal Telegraph Cable Co.; director American Forcite Powder Mf'g Co., Commercial Cable Building, Electric Building and Loan Savings Association, and New York Quotation Co. Member Arkwright, Hardware, Manhattan and Marine and Field Clubs.

BAKEWELL, ALLAN C. -- Vice-President, 527 West 34th street, New York City; residence 479 Fifth avenue. Second vice-president and general manager Sprague Electric Co. Member Metropolitan, Grolier, Union League and Players' Clubs, and commander of Lafayette Post No. 140, G. A, R.

BALDWIN, ALFRED FREEMAN-Broker, 60 Broadway, New York City; residence 8 East 41st street. Member Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchange, and of the Union League Club, Delta Kappa Epsilon Society, and Columbia Alumni Association.

BALDWIN, EDWIN, Lawyer, 31 Nassau street, New York city; residence 21 West 30th street. Born in Jersey City, N. J., March 23, 1847. Educated at Hamilton College. (Single.) Member of the firm of Baldwin & Blackmar, counsel for New York Produce Exchange. Member Reform, University, Psi Upsilon and Lawyers' Clubs, American Geographical Society, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Fine Arts Association and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BALDWIN, GEORGE VAN NEST--Lawyer, 32 Nassau street, New York City; residence 7 West 26th street. Born in New York City, Jan. 23, 1838. Educated at Rutgers Grammar School and Rutgers College (A.B., '56, and A.M.). Chairman library committee of trustees New York Society Library. Member Union, Delta Phi and University Clubs, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, New York Historical and St. Nicholas Societies, Down Town, Century and Rutgers Alumni Associations, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BALDWIN, HENRY DE FOREST-Lawyer, 11 Pine street, New York City; residence 255 West 98th street. Member University, Reform and Commercial Clubs, Yale Alumni, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BALDWIN, J. DIXON ROMAN-Lawyer, 27 William street, New York City; residence 70 West 51st street. Member of the firm of Baldwin & Boston. Member Knickerbocker, Harvard and Meadow Brook Hunt Clubs, and Columbia University Alumni Association.

BALDWIN, JOSEPH C.-President, 55 Beekman street, New York City; residence 7 West 76th street. Born in New Haven, Conn., March 19, 1838. Educated in New Haven. (Married.) President and director New York and Boston Dyewood Co.; director Market and Fulton National Bank; trustee North River Savings Bank, and Washington Trust Co. Member Fulton and Republican Clubs, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New England Society, Society of Colonial Wars, and American Museum of Natural History.

BALDWIN, L. GRANT-Physician, 28 Schermerhorn street, Brooklyn. Born in Lawrenceville, Pa., Nov. 18, 1863. Educated in Lawrenceville and at University of Michigan and Long Island College Hospital. (Married.) Visiting gynecologist to St. Peter's Hospital, Brooklyn; consulting gynecologist to St. Francis Hospital, Jersey City. Member Society of Medical Jurisprudence, Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn, New York Obstetrical Society, Brooklyn Gynecological Society, Woman's Hospital Society of New York, American Medical Association, and various general medical societies in New York City.

BALDWIN, LEROY W.-President, 60 Murray street, New York City; residence 8 East 70th street. Born in Rutland, Vt., Oct. 31, 1864. Educated in Rutland. (Married.) President and director National Weighing Machine Co.; managing director American Automatic Weighing Machine Co. (Ltd.) of London, England; treasurer Manhattan Introduction Co.; director Phenix National Bank, Railway Automatic Sales Co., Tubular Despatch Co. and New Amsterdam Casualty Co. Member Lawyers', Hardware, Suburban Riding and Driving, and Turf and Field Clubs.

BALDWIN, OCTAVIUS DUNHAM–Vice-President, 309 Broadway, New York City; residence 53 East 54th street. Born in Montrose, Pa., April 27, 1834. Educated in New York City public schools. (Married.) Trustee Bowery Savings Bank and Madison Avenue Baptist Church; director Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association. Member Manhattan and Lotos Clubs, American Museum of Natural History, and American Geographical and New England Societies.

BALDWIN, RADCLIFFE-Shipping. 53 Broadway, and Wine Merchant, 25 Water street, New York City; residence 49 West 70th street. Member New York and Meadow Brook Hunt Clubs, and Down Town and West End Associations.

BALDWIN, SPENCER S.-Clothing Merchant, 75 Spring st, New York City, and 380 Fulton street, Brooklyn; residence 109 Lafayette avenue. Brooklyn. Born in Wilmington, N. C., July 12, 1854. Educated in Brooklyn, and in Stuttgart, Germany. Manager firm of Baldwin the Clothier. Member Oxford, Crescent Athletic, Long Island Country and Dyker Meadow Golf Clubs of Brooklyn.

BALDWIN, WILLIAM DELAVAN-President, 71 Broadway, New York City; residence 14 West 68th street. President and director Otis Electric Co.; vicepresident and director First National Bank of Yonkers, Otis Elevating Ry, Co., and Catskill and Tannersville R. R. Co.; director New Jersey Galvanizing Co, Member Union League, New York Athletic, Racquet and Tennis, Calumet, Lawyers', Engineers’, Fulton and Adirondack League Clubs, Ardsley Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson, Aldine Association, Chamber of Commerce, and New York Geographical Society.

BALDWIN, WILLIAM H.-Dry Goods, 43 Worth street, New York City; residence, 70 West 51st street. Born in Maryland. (Single.) Member of the firm of Woodward, Baldwin & Co. Member Manhattan and Knickerbocker Clubs, and Maryland Society.

BALDWIN, WILLIAM H., JR.-President, 32 Nassau street, New York City; residence 112 Willow street, Brooklyn, Born in Boston, Mass., Feb. 5, 1863. Educated in public schools, and at Roxbury Latin School, Harvard College and Harvard Law School. President and director Long Island R. R. Co.; director Atlantic Avenue Elevated R. R. Co., Brooklyn, New York and Jersey City Terminal Railway Co., Great Neck and Port Washington R. R. Co., North Shore Branch, Montauk Co., Montauk Extension R. R. Co., Montauk Water Co., New York, Brooklyn and Manhattan Beach R. R. Co., New York Extension R. R. Co., New York and Long Beach R. R. Co., New York and Rockaway Beach Railway Co., and Prospect Park and Coney Island R. R. Co. Member Hamilton Club of Brooklyn, and University and Harvard Clubs of New York City.

BALFE, HARRY — Groceries, 61 Hudson street, New York City; residence 494 Quincy street. Brooklyn. Born in Newburgh, N. Y., August 20, 1862. Educated at Newburgh Academy. (Married.) Has been actively engaged in the grocery business since 1878, and has been connected with the largest wholesale concerns in the North and South; is now and has been for several years past with Austin, Nichols & Co., and is an authority on everything in the grocery line. Member Union League and Riding Clubs of Brooklyn, Commercial Club of New York City, DeWitt Council R. A., and Improved Order of the Heptasophs.

BALKAM, GEORGE H.-Lawyer, 44 Pine street, New York City; residence 157 West 76th street. Born in Robbinston, Me., April 26, 1859. Educated at University of New Brunswick ('79), and Harvard Law School ('83). (Married.) Member Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BALL, ALWYN, JR.-Real Estate, 111 and 401 Broadway, New York City; residence Rutherford, N. J. Born in Haverstraw, N. Y., June 6, 1859. (Married.) Director Central Realty Bond and Trust Co. and Alliance Realty Co. Member of the firm of Frederick Southack & Alwyn Ball, Jr. Member Lawyers' and Merchants' Club.

BALL, JOHN OSCAR-Lawyer, 52 Wall Street, New York City; residence Mott avenue and 163d street. Born in Hanover, N. J., March 24, 1859. Educated at New York University (A.B.), and Columbia Law School (LL.B.). (Married.)

BALL, THOMAS-Sculptor, 207 East 17th street,
New York City; residence Montclair, N. J. Born in
Charlestown, Mass., June 3, 1819. Educated at May-
hew School in Boston. (Honorary A.M., Dartmouth,
1860.) (Married Ellen Louisa Wild, 1854.) Practiced
painting, 1840-52; adopted sculpture, 1851; designed and
made equestrian statue of Washington in Boston;
statue of Dantel Webster in Central Park, New York
City, and many others. Resided in Florence, Italy,
1865-97. Devoted years 1891-8 to monument of Wash-
ington for Methuen, Mass. Author of "My Three Score
Years and Ten," an autobiography. Honorary Fellow
National Sculpture Society, and member Handel and
Haydn, Harvard Musical and American Authors' So-
cieties.

BALL. THOMAS R.-Merchant, 60 West 23d street,
New York City; residence 48 West 72d street. Mem-
ber Manhattan and Colonial Clubs, Aldine Association
and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BALL, WILLIAM G.-Druggist, Ballston Spa.
Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 23, 1839. Educated in
public schools. (Married.) Captain U. S. V. 1861-5.
Town Clerk of Milton, Saratoga County, N. Y., 1869-70.
Member Board of Education, Ballston Spa, 1890-5.
Now vice-president and director, Ballston Spa Na-
tional Bank. Member Franklin Lodge No. 90, F. &
A. M., and William H. McKittrick Post No. 40, G. A. R.

BALLANTINE, JAMES NACK-Assistant Secre-
tary, 346 Broadway, New York City; residence 331
West 87th street. Born March 4, 1865. Educated at
Columbia University. (Married.) Assistant secretary
Provident Savings Life Insurance Co. Member Phi
Beta Kappa Society, Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity,
and Omega Association of New York.

BALLANTINE, ROBERT F.-Brewer, 134 Cedar
street, New York City, and Newark, N. J.; residence
37 Washington street, Newark, N. J. Born in Albany,
N. Y., Jan. 3, 1836. (Married.) President and director
P. Ballantine & Sons; vice-president and director
Howard Savings Institution; director Celluloid Co.
and Farmers' Loan and Trust Co. Member Union
League, Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht, New York
Yacht, Essex County Country, Morris and Chi Phi
Clubs, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Mus-
eum of Natural History, and American Fine Arts and
New York Zoological Societies.

BALLARD, ADDISON, Professor and Minister,
University Heights, New York City. Born in Fram-
ingham, Mass., Oct. 18, 1822. (Son of John and Pa-
melia [Bennett) Ballard.) Educated at Williams Col-
lege ('12), and entered Congregational ministry. (Mar-
ried Julia Perkins Pratt.) Has been tutor and pro-
fessor of rhetoric in Williams College; professor of
natural philosophy and astronomy in Marietta Col-
lege, Ohio; professor of Latin and mathematics in Ohio
University: professor of Christian, Greek, Latin and
moral philosophy in Lafayette College. Pastor of First
Congregational Church of Williamstown, Mass., 1857-65,
and pastor of First Congregational Church of Detroit,
Mich., 1866-72. Professor of logic in New York Univer-
sity since Nov, 13, 1893. Author of "Arrows; or,
Teaching, a Fine Art," and of various published dis-
courses.

BALLARD, D. A.-Manufacturer and Banker,
Schuylerville. Born in Schuylerville, July 6, 1814. Edu-
cated in common schools. (Married.) President Na-
tional Bank of Schuylerville, Schuylerville Paper Co.,
Fort Miller Pulp and Paper Co., and Saratoga and
Washington County Insurance Co.

BALLARD, FREDERICK E.-Stock Broker, 30
Broad street, 30 New street, 9 West 26th street, 571
Fifth avenue and 2 East 58th street, New York City:
residence 21 West 73d street. Member of the firm of
Alfred de Cordova & Co., and of the New York Stock
Exchange. Member New York, Colonial and New
York Athletic Clubs, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BALLARD, SUMNER-Editor, 19 Beaver street,
New York City; residence 61 West 83d street. Member
Lawyers', Union League, New York and Calumet
Clubs, and Ardsley Club of Ardsley-on-Hudson.

BALLOU, GEORGE WILLIAM -- President, 10
Wall street, and 80 Broadway, New York City; resi-
dence 101 West 81st street. Member Union League
Club, New England Society and Metropolitan Museum
of Art.

BAMBERGER, ABRAM E.-Cotton Commission
Merchant, Cotton Exchange Building, New York City;
residence 152 West 73d street. Born in Louisville, Ky.,
1854. Educated in New York City public schools and
at the College of the City of New York. (Married.)

BANCROFT, WILDER DWIGHT-Professor, Cor-
nell University, Ithaca; residence 7 East avenue. De-
grees of A.B. and Ph.D. Assistant professor of phy-
sical chemistry at Cornell University.

BANGS, CHARLES W.-Lawyer, 15 Broad street,
New York City: residence 11 Monroe place, Brooklyn.
Born in New York City, Sept. 27, 1841. Educated at
New York University Grammar School, College Hill
(Poughkeepsie) and Columbia College Law School.
Member of the firm of Stetson, Jennings & Russell,
formerly Bangs, Stetson, Tracy & MacVeagh. Mem-
ber Union League, Twilight, Tuxedo and Lawyers'
Clubs, Hamilton Club of Brooklyn, Long Island His-
torical Society, Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sci-
ence, and Association of the Bar of the City of New
York.

BANGS. FRANCIS SEDGWICK-President, 100
Broadway, New York City; residence 161 West 73d
street. President and director State Trust Co.;
director Maryland Trust Co. and Oregon Short Line
R. R. Co. Member Union League, Metropolitan and
University Clubs, Century, Down Town and Columbia
University Alumni Associations, and Association of
the Bar of the City of New York.

BANGS, JOHN KENDRICK-Author and Editor,
331 Pearl street, New York City; residence Yonkers.
Born in Yonkers, May 27, 1862. Educated at Columbia
College. (Married.) Editor “Harper's Weekly"; pres-
ident Halsted School, Yonkers; trustee Yonkers Pub-
lic Library: vestryman St. Paul's Church, Yonkers;
director Yonkers Gas Light Co. and Yonkers District
Telegraph Co. Author of numerous works. Member
St. Andrew's Golf, Lotos and University Clubs, St. Bo-
tolph Club of Boston, Dunlap Society, Columbia Uni-
versity Alumni and Century Associations, Ardsley
Casino of Ardsley-on-Hudson, and Society of Medical
Jurisprudence.

BANGS, LEMUEL BOLTON-Surgeon, 29 East
44th street, New York City; residence 31 East 44th
street. Born Aug. 9, 1842. Educated at the College of
the City of New York, College of Physicians and Sur-
geons, and in the Medical Department of the Univer-
sity of Vienna. (Married.) Trustee American Savings
Bank; director Brooklyn Manor Co.; professor genito-
urinary surgery in the Medical Department of the
New York University; attending surgeon to Bellevue
Hospital; consulting surgeon to St. Luke's, St. Vin-
cent's, City and St. Mark's Hospitals. Member Uni-
versity, Riding, and Quill Clubs, New England So-
ciety, Columbia University Alumni and Century Asso-
clations, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Mu-
seum of Natural History, and numerous medical so-
cieties.

BANKS, AUGUSTINE–Stock Broker, 34 New
street, New York City; residence 814 Union street,
Brooklyn. Born in New York City, Sept. 28, 1844.
Member of the firm of A. Banks & Co. Member Sons
of the Revolution, and Montauk, Rembrandt and Rid-
ing and Driving Clubs of Brooklyn.

BANKS, DAVID–Publisher of Law Books, 21
Murray street, New York City; residence 10 West 40th
street. Born in New York City, Dec. 25, 1827. Educated
at Shea's Grammar School. (Widower.) President
Banks Law Publishing Co. and Artificial Granite Co.:
trustee United States Insurance Co. and New York
Dental College; chairman of building committee, New
York University. Member Union, New York, City, Su-
burban Riding and Driving, New York Yacht, Atlantic
Yacht, Lotos, Atlantic Boat, Long Island Country and
Delta Chi (president) Clubs, American Geographical,
New York Biographical, Zeta Psi and New England
Societies, Thames Club of New London, Conn., Pequod
Association of New Haven, Conn., Colonial Order,
Sons of the Revolution, Society of Colonial Wars,
Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of
Natural History, Society of the War of 1812, Kane
Lodge F. & A. M. (trustee), Jerusalem Chapter, Coeur
de Lion Commandery (trustee), and Exempt Firemen,
Pequod and University Associations.

BANKS, HENRY W.-Coffee Merchant, 103 Front
street, New York City; residence, Englewood, N. J.
Senior member of the firm of H. W. Banks & Co. Director Merchants' National Bank and Market and Fulton National Bank. Member Atlantic Yacht Club, Down Town and Blooming Grove Park Associations, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BANKS, HENRY W., JR.-Coffee Merchant, 103 Front street, New York City; residence Englewood, N. J. Member of the firm of H. W. Banks & Co. Member University. University Athletic and Atlantic Yacht Clubs, and Down Town and Williams Alumni Associations.

BANKS, JAMES LENOX-Lawyer, 27 William street, New York City; residence 30 West 56th street. Member Union Club, St. Nicholas Society, and Columbia Alumni Association.

BANKS, JOHN H.-Mining Engineer and Chemist, 104 John street, New York City; residence Boonton, N. J. Born in New York City, Nov. 28, 1861. Educated in New York schools and at School of Mines, Columbia College. (Married.) Member of the firm of Ricketts & Banks. Member Fulton Club, Columbia University Alumni Association, and American Institute of Mining Engineers.

BANNIN, MICHAEL E.-Merchant, 83 Worth street, New York City; residence 893 Lafayette avenue, Brooklyn. Born in Glens Falls, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1846. Educated at Glens Falls Academy and Eastman's Business College, Poughkeepsie. (Married.) Member of the dry goods firms of Converse, Stanton & Co., and Lindon & Bannin. Vice-president National Credit Men's Association; director New York Credit Men's Association. Member Catholic and Merchants' Clubs, Champlain Club of Lake Champlain, and Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences.

BANTA, JOSEPH E.-Teacher, Cortland; residence 89 North Main street. Born in Corbettsville, N. Y., Feb. 21, 1855. Educated at Amherst College. (Married.) Formerly principal of Rockville (Conn.) High School and of Hiawatha (Kan.) Academy; also superintendent of schools in Rockville, Conn. Now professor of Latin and Greek in Cortland Normal School. Member Tioughnioga Club, and Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity.

BANTON, JOAB HAMILTON-Lawyer, 203 Broadway, New York City; residence 21 West 114th street. Born in Massachusetts, Aug. 27, 1869. Educated at Kentucky University (A.B.) and University of Virginia Law School. (Married.) Counsel for John Boyle & Co., Retailers' Rating Association of America, Ward Electric Supply and Construction Co., James L. Robertson & Sons, Boudreaux Dynamo Brush Co., and other firms and corporations. Member Masonic order.

York Yacht and Whist Clubs, American Geographical Society, American Museum, of Natural History, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BARBOUR, WILLIAM D.-Banker, 15 Wall street, New York City; residence 235 Madison avenue. Born in Brooklyn. Educated in New York City. (Married.) Member of the firm of W. D. Barbour & Co., members New York Stock Exchange, Member Union League Club, Aldine and Down Town Associations, National Arts, National Sculpture, Huguenot, New England and St. Andrew's Societies, and Sons of the Revolution.

BARCLAY, HENRY A.-Trustee, 280 Broadway, New York City; residence 603 Madison avenue. Mem. ber Metropolitan, Union and Suburban Riding and Driving Clubs.

BARCLAY, JAMES L.-Trustee, 280 Broadway, New York City: residence 14 East 48th street. Member Metropolitan, Union, Westminster Kennel and Suburban Riding and Driving Clubs,

BARD, ALBERT SPRAGUE-Lawyer, 30 Broad street, New York City; residence 187 Madison avenue. Born in Norwich, Conn., Dec. 19, 1866. Educated in Norwich public schools, Norwich Free Academy, St. John's Military School, Amherst College and Harvard Law School. (Single.) With Hornblower, Byrne, Miller & Potter, attorneys. Member Harvard and Country Cycle Clubs, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Amherst College Alumni Association, New England Society, and Chi Psi Fraternity.

BARDWELL, D. L.--Superintendent of Schools, City Hall, Binghamton; residence 41 Riverside drive. Born in Shelburne, Mass., March 30, 1860. Educated at Amherst College. (Married.) Inspector of high schools for the University of the State of New York. Member Binghamton Club, Malta Commandery, and a thirty-second degree Mason.

BARGER, SAMUEL F.-Lawyer and Capitalist, 45 Broadway, New York City; residence 192 Madison avenue. Born in New York City, Oct. 19, 1832. Chairman law committee and director New York Central R. R. Co., Harlem R. R. Co., Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Co., Chicago and Northwestern Ry. Co., Union Trust Co. and other corporations; director Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley and Pittsburg R. R. Co., Michigan Central R. R. Co., New York Central Niagara River R. R. Co. and Syracuse, Geneva and Corning Railway Co. Member Metropolitan, Union, New York Yacht and Knickerbocker Clubs, St. Nicholas, American Geographical and Dunlap Societies, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and National Academy of Design.

BARKER, BENJAMIN–Lawyer, 120 Broadway, New York City; residence 19 West 31st street. Born in Olean, N. Y., July 19, 1858. Educated at Brown University. (Single.) Member of the firm of Smith & Barker. Member University, Alpha Delta Phi, Law. yers' and City Clubs, Phi Beta Kappa and New Eng. land Societies, Brown University Alumni Association, and Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

BARKER, CHARLES B.-Manufacturer of Silverware, 56 Warren street, New York City; residence 211 Prospect place, Brooklyn. Born in Gowanda, N. Y., Nov. 29, 1842. (Married.) Director Russell & Tomilson Telephone Co., of Shelton, Conn.

BARBER, AMZI LORENZO-Managing Director, 11 Broadway, New York City; residence Ardsley-onHudson. Born in Saxton's River, Vt., June 22, 1843. Educated at Oberlin College, Ohio. (Married.) Chairman of the board Barber Asphalt Co.; managing director New Trinidad Lake Asphalt Co. (Ltd.); and Trust Co., and Westchester Trust Co. Member Metropolitan, Congregational, Lawyers', Republican, Engineers, Riding, University, Ardsley, New York Yacht, Larchmont Yacht, Atlantic Yacht, Atlantic Yacht, and Royal Thames Yacht Clubs, "American Geographical, National Sculpture and New England Societies, American Protective Tariff League, American Museum of Natural History, and Chamber of Commerce.

BARBER, LE DROIET LANGDON-President, 11 Broadway, New York City; residence Ardsley-on-Hudson. Born in Washington, D. C., May, 1873. (Single.) President Ardsley Electric Co. and Ardsley Water Co.; vice-president Lorena Co., Clavena Co, and Statena Co. Member New York Yacht Club, Sons of the American Revolution, Ardsley Club, of Ardsley-on-Hudson, and Society of Colonial Wars of the District of Columbia.

BARBEY, HENRY 1.-36 Wall street, New York City; residence 17 West 38th street. Born in New York City, Jan. 17, 1832. Educated in Geneva, Switzerland. (Married.) Director Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg Railway Co. and Gallatin National Bank; trustee New York Life Insurance and Trust Co. Member Metropolitan, New York, Union, Tuxedo, New

BARKLEY, WALLACE D.-Stationer, • 66 Pine street, New York City; residence 342 West 84th street. Born in New York City, Feb. 3, 1857. Educated at Clark School. (Married.) Member Colonial, West Side Republican and New York Athletic Clubs, Presbyterian Union, St. Andrew's Society, and West End Association.

BARLOW, PETER TOWNSEND–Lawyer, 1 Nassau street, New York City; residence 55 East 21st street. Born in New York City, June 21, 1857. Educated by private tutors, and at Harvard University and Columbia Law School (LL.B.). (Married.) Manager New York office Guardian Trust Co. Member Union, University and Harvard Clubs, Down Town Association, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

BARNABEE, HENRY CLAY-Actor, 1440 Broadway, New York City; residence Hotel Imperial. Born in Portsmouth, N. H., Nov. 14, 1833. Clerk in Boston

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