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Amherst College Class of 1893
(from the Amherst College Biographical Record, Centennial Edition (1821-1921))

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3513. Abbott, Harry Hurlbut.
3514. Allis, Frederick Scouller.
3515. *Babson, Herman.
3516. Baldwin, Martin Tuttle.  S. of William W. and Alice (Tuttle), b. Burlington, Ia., F. 26, 1872.  LL. B., Harvard, 1896.  Theta Delta Chi.

Prepared University School, Chicago, Ill.  Harvard L. S., 1893-96; admitted to Ill. bar, 1896; law clerk Chicago, Ill., 1896-1900; lawyer there, 1901-04; asst. attorney U. S. Dept. of Justice before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, 1905-06; special attorney Customs Division U. S. Dept of Justice, 1907-.  Village trustee Kenilworth, Ill.; trustee Whittier House, Jersey City, N. J.; president and trustee League for Friendly Service, Bloomfield, N. J.  2nd Lieut. Red Cross, France, 1918-19; Legal Adviser local Draft Board.

Married Jan. 5, 1899, Edith Ray, da. of Philip Crapo, Burlington, Ia.  Ch. Dorothy C.; Richard C.

Address, Mills Bldg., San Francisco, Cal.

3517. *Beebe, Edwin Lorendus.
3518. Beekman, Frederick Warren.
3519. *Bigelow, Horace.
3520. *Bliss, Ernest Mason.
3521. Blodgett, Frank Dickinson.
3522. Breed, William Constable.
3523. Brooks, Edward Bramhall.
3524. *Brooks, Gordon Bainbridge.
3525. Buffum, Thomas Bellows.
3526. *Cass, Edward Smith.
3527. Clarke, Charles Henry.
3528. Cole, Frederick Williams.
3529. *Crockett, Ernest Amzi.
3530. *Dann, William Francis.
3531. Davidson, Albert Beecher.
3532. *Davis, Wallace H.
3533. *Davis, Walter S.
3534. Edgell, Frank Dexter.
3535. Esty, Thomas Cushing.
3536. Fisher, George Herbert.
3537. Gallinger, Herbert Percival.
3538. Gill, Abner Winthrop.
3539. Goddard, Alpheus John.
3540. Goodrich, Joseph Augustus.
3541. Griswold, Merton Lyman.
3542. Hamilton, George Langford.
3543. Hawes, Edward Stone.
3544. Hiscox, Morton.  S. of John Morton and Susan E. (Potter), b. Westerly, R. I., O. 3, 1868.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Westerly (R. I.) H. S.  With Westerly (R. I.) Sun, 1893-1906; publisher The Retail Coalman, Chicago, Ill., 1906-.

Married May 12, 1897, Louise A. Spicer, Westerly, R. I.  Ch. Morton (d.).  Bro. John (A. C. 1896); William W. (A. C. 1900).

Address, 217 Wesley Ave., Oak Park, Ill.

3545. Hodgdon, Clarence Robert.
3546. Houghton, Edward Rittenhouse.  S. of James C. (A. C. 1862) and Grace R. (Blackwell), b. Norristown, Penn., Mch. 13, 1871.  Psi Upsilon.

Prepared Phillips Acad., Andover.  With Houghton, Mifflin & Co., Boston, 1893-, member of firm.

Address, 15 Berkeley St., Cambridge, Mass.

3547. *Hunt, Warner Duane.
3548. *Jackson, Ernest Smith.
3549. Johnson, Frank Poole.
3550. Kemmerer, John Leisenring.
3551. Kimball, Harry Gilbert.
3552. Lacey, Milton Silliman.
3553. Lay, Frank Morrill.
3554. Lewis, George Welcome.
3555. McCurdy, Allen Woodend.
3556. Manwell, John Parker.
3557. Morris, Robert Froome.
3558. Nash, Duane Howard.
3559. *Norton, Charles Dyer.
3560. Norton, Edwin Lee.
3561. Nourse, Ernest Morrison.
3562. Olmstead, Julian Hanford.
3563. Olmstead, Robert Elisha Stanley.  S. of George J. and Maria M. (Burnham), b. E. Hartford, Conn., D. 13, 1870.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared Hartford (Conn.) H. S.  Vocal Dept. Metropolitan Coll. of Music, N. Y., 1894-97; musician, teacher, singer and composer, N. Y. City, 1896-1907; prof. of vocal music Smith Coll., 1907-.  Member war committees.  Member Assoc. of Univ. Profs.; Nat. Music Teachers' Assoc.  Wrote songs, anthems and many articles.

Married D. 31, 1902, Florence Persis Farnham, Hartford, Conn.  Ch. Elizabeth S.

Address, 235 Crescent St., Northampton.

3564. Parker, Samuel Ridley.
3565. Pratt, George Dupont.
3566. Raub, William Longstreth.  S. of Joseph L. and Elizabeth (Boorom), b. Waterford, Conn., Aug. 28, 1867.  Ph. D., U. of Strassburg, 1901.  Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared Bulkeley School, New London, Conn., and St. Johnsbury (Vt.) Acad.  Walker instructor in mathematics and asst. in physics A. C., 1893-95; Univs. of Berlin and Strassburg, Germany, 1895-97; Paris, 1897-98; Strassburg, 189(?)-1901; prof. of philosophy, Knox Coll., 1902-.  Sec. County Executive Com. State Council of Defense; chairman County Publicity Com., State Council of Defense; publicity director Knox Co. War Service League, and of various drives.  Member Amer. Philosophical Assoc.; Western Philosophical Assoc., vice president, 1920-21; member Amer. Assoc. of Univ. Profs.  Wrote Die Seelenlehre bei Lotze und Wundt; philosophical articles.

Married Jy. 31, 1901, Frances Hall Heartt, Troy, N. Y.  Ch. Jonas H.; William L.

Address, 675 No. Academy St., Galesburg, Ill.

3567. Reed, Lewis Thurston.
3568. Reed, Silas Dean.
3569. Rogers, Christopher Howe.
3570. *Ross, Walter Howard.
3571. *Russell, Herbert Austin.
3572. St. John, Robert Porter.
3573. *Sanderson, Walter Eugene.
3574. Shauffler, Henry Park.
3575. Shea, John Francis.  S. of Jerry and Margaret (Moynahan), b. Bondsville, O. 27, 1867.

Prepared Monson Acad.  Pharmacist Bondsville, 1894-; postmaster.  Member board of assessors and school committee, Palmer.

Married S. 24, 1895, Katherine A. ------? Bondsville.  Ch. Esther E.; Lenore G.; Francis J.

Address, Bondsville, Mass.

3576. Sheldon, Frank Atwood.
3577. Smith, Frank Herbert.
3578. *Story, Oliver Howard.
3579. Swett, Harry Preble.  S. of Henry A. and Mary M. (Preble), b. Garland, Me., F. 19, 1872.  M. A., Harvard, 1905.  Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Theta.

Prepared Gloucester H. S.  Teacher Randolph, N. Y., 1893-94; Salem, 1894-95; Gloucester, 1895-; Farmington Public School, Conn., 1899-1904; grad. student Harvard, 1904-05; headmaster Franklin (N. H.) H. S., 1905-.  Sec.-Treasurer Educ. Council of N. H.; trustee Franklin Public Library.  War historian of Franklin, N. H.; member war committees.  Member Nat. Educ. Assoc.; Amer. Acad. of Political and Social Science.  Wrote articles for educational periodicals.

Married Jy. 23, 1901, Mary Elizabeth Nye, Buffalo, N. Y.  Ch. Catharine; Barbara; Elizabeth.

Address, 19 Highland Ave., Plymouth, N. H.

3580. *Talcott, William Ariel.
3581. Tinker, Harry George.
3582. Tufts, Percy Harrington.
3583. *Turner, Alfred.
3584. Wales, George Francis.
3585. Wood, Charles Gilbert.
3586. *Wood, Clarence David.
3587. *Wood, Herbert Carroll.
3588. Wood, Willard Hubert.
3589. Woodworth, Arthur Vyne.
3590. Zug, George Breed.


Allen, Jesse Hall.
Babcock, Charles Henry.  S. of Charles Henry and Emily G. (Mead), b. Flushing, L. I., D. 30, 1870.  Delta Kappa Epsilon.  Brown U.; A. C., 1891.  Addresss, unknown.
*Baker, Henry H.  S. of Henry H. and Lucy A. (Rose), b. Hyannis, May 24, 1871.  Theta Delta Chi.  Prepared Springfield H. S.; A. C., 1889-91.  Boston U. L. S., 1891-93; in law offices of George A. King, Boston and Edward A. Baker, Springfield; admitted to Hampshire Co. bar, Je. 27, 1893; lawyer Hyannis, 1893-1913.  Mass. atty. for Boston, Cape Cod and N. Y. Canal Co., several yrs.; asst. dist. atty. for southeastern Mass.  D. Hyannis, Jy. 16, 1913.
Barber, John Norton.
*Bray, Chandler Matthews.
Brown, Randall Kennedy.
Buswell, Jesse.
*Byron, Lewis Thomas.
*Carter, Harry Gilman.  S. of Dexter and Harriet S. (Farrington), b. No. Woburn, S. 2, 1871.  Phi Delta Theta.  Prepared Woburn H. S.; A. C., 1889-91.  D. May 3, 1892.
Cornish, John Jarvis.
*Cummings, Frank Butler.
Davis, William Horace.
*Davis, Wilson Elliot.
Dodge, Chester Parker.
Ellis, George William.
Ford, William Webber.
Gallaudet, Denison.  S. of Edward Miner and Susan (Denison), b. Washington, D. C., Ap. 1, 1870.  Prepared Hartford (Conn.) H. S.; A. C., 1889-91.  In Motive Power Dept. Penn. R. R. as apprentice, shop inspector, asst. gen. foreman and acting gen. foreman, 1891-1900; joint foreman of Union Pacific, Oregon Short Line and Denver & Rio Grande Railroads, Ogden, Utah, and division foreman Evanston, Wyo., 1900-05; gen. foreman master mechanic and division master mechanic, Pittsburgh, Garrett, Ind., and Chicago Shops of Baltimore & Ohio R. R., 1905-09; gen. supt. Gallaudet Aircraft Corporation, E. Greenwich, R. I., 1909.  Address, Nichols Copper Co., Laurel Hills, L. I., N. Y.
*Gane, Frederick Mather.
*Gould, Frank Miller.
Hallock, Henry Butler.
Harbaugh, Harry Otto.
*Hunt, John William.
Ide, Philip Sheridan.  S. of Horace K. and Margaret (Hidden), b. Barnet, Vt., N. 11, 1868.  Prepared St. Johnsbury (Vt.) Acad.; A. C., 1890.  Physician Newport, Vt., 1903.  Address, Wayland, Mass.
Keating, Charles Hedges.
Kennedy, Gilbert Falconer.
*Kimball, Theodore Mahan.
Ladd, John Wesley.
Lord, Robert Hubbard.  S. of Jerome S. and Mary E. (Kline), b. Almond, N. Y., Ap. 26, 1871.  Prepared Franklin Acad., Prattsburg, N. Y.; A. C., 1889.  Address, unknown.
Morse, Harry Martin.
Paul, Luther Gordon.
*Phelps, Nathaniel Clark.
Raley, Frank John.
Reade, Charles Milton.
Schimmler, Ernest August.  S. of Georg Louis and Louise (Holekamp), b. Hanover, Germany, Mch. 22, 1870.  Prepared Phillips Acad., Exeter, N. H.; A. C., 1889-92.  Address, unknown.
Senftner, Robert Ernst Charles.  S. of Robert and Magdalena (Hassieur), b. N. Y. City, O. 10, 1869.  Prepared with private tutors; A. C., 1889-90.  Address, 215 Lenox Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Sibley, Frank.
Swift, William Everett.
Takasaki, Yashiko.  S. of Baron Gasaku and Taka (Konko), b. Kagoshima, Japan.  Chi Psi.  A. C., 1889.  "Some employment about Court of Emperor."
Taylor, Harry Horton.
Tower, Walter Lamont.
Trask, Thomas Cann.
Tsanoff, Stoyan Vasil.  S. of Vasil S. and Vriba (Vasilieva), b. Vidrare, Tetevenokolia.  Ph. B., Wharton School, U. of Penn., 1893.  Prepared Amer. Missionary School, Samakove, Bulgaria; A. C., 1889-91.  Organized and manager educational playgrounds Philadelphia, Penn.; N. Y. City, Toledo, O. and other cities, 189(?)-1910; manufacturer of cement products, 1910-.  Wrote Educational Value of Free Play; ed. Complete Education, Toledo, O., 2 yrs.  Address, Berkeley Heights, N. J.
Walker, Robert Irving.
Wilson, Fred Austin.

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