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THE NATIONAL CYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY A Partial List of Contributing, Nominating and Advisory Editors Who Have Assisted in the Past or Who are Now Assisting the Editorial Department in Selecting Names, Procuring Material, and Preparing Biographies [[Three columns in alphabetical order by last name]] [[Column 1 - ADAMS to GARRETT]] *ADAMS, Charles Kendall, LL.D. Author and President of Cornell University *ADAMS, Franklin G., Secy. Kan. Historical Soc. ADDISON, Daniel Dulany, B.D., Brookline, Mass. All Saints Church. *ALDRICH, Charles, A.M. Des Moines, Ia. Curator Historical Department of Iowa. *ANDREWS, E. Benjamin, D.D, Ph.D., LL.D. Chancellor or University of Nebraska. *AVERY, Col. Isaac W. Historian of Georgia and Editor of "Atlanta Constitution." *BACON, Edwin M., A.M. Author, Boston. BARNWELL, Joseph W., Charleston, S.C. Secretary Historical Society of South Carolina. *BAXTER, Jas. Phinney, A.M., Litt.D., Portland, Me. President Maine Historical Society. BEER, William, New Orleans, La. Librarian Howard Memorial Library. BENJAMIN, Marcus, Ph.D., LL.D., Washington, D.C. Editor and Author. BLAKE, Hon. Henry N., Milton, Mass. Ex-Chief Justice, Montana. BOUTON, Miss Emily S. Contributor to Toledo "Blade." Author, Lecturer. BOUVE, Pauline Carrington, N.Y. City. Author. BOWKER, Richard R., New York. Editor of "Publishers Weekly," "The Library Journal." *BRADLEY, William O., Lancaster, Ky. Governor and U.S. Senator. BROPHY, Truman W., M.D., D.D.S., LL.D. Dean Chicago College of Dental Surgery. BROWNING, Eliza G., Indianapolis, Ind. Librarian, Public Library. BURTON, Clarence M., A.M., Detroit, Mich. Attorney. Pres. Mich. Pioneer and Hist. Society. BURTON, Rt. Rev. Lewis W., A.M, D.D., P.E. Bishop, Lexington, Ky. *BYERS, William N., Denver. President State Historical Society. *CALVERT, Thomas E., Portland, Me. Of the "Eastern Argus." *CAPERS, Rt. Rev. Ellison C. P.E. Bishop of South Carolina. CATCHINGS, Hon. Thomas C., Vicksburg, Miss. Lawyer and Congressman. *CHAMPLIN, Hon. John W., Grand Rapids, Mich. Attorney and ex-Chief Justice of Mich. *CHAUVENET, Regis, LL.D., Denver, Colo. Ex-President Colorado School of Mines. *CHENEY, John Vance. Poet and ex-Librarian Newberry Library, Chicago. *CLARKE, Richard H., LL.D. Ex-President New York Catholic Protectory. *CLEAVES, Henry B. Lawyer, Governor of Maine. *COFFIN, Selden J., A.M., Ph.D., Easton, Pa. Author and Professor Lafayette College. *COHEN, Mendes. Engineer and Secretary Maryland Historical Society. *COLEMAN, Rt. Rev. Leighton, D.D., LL.D., P.E. Bishop of Delaware. CONRAD, Henry C., Georgetown, Del. Jurist; Secretary Historical Society. COTTMAN, George S., Indianapolis. Historian. CRAIGHEAD, Erwin, LL.D., Mobile, Ala. Editor "Mobile Register." *CROES, J. James R. President American Society of Civil Engineers. DABNEY, Charles W., Ph.D., LL.D. President University of Cincinnati. *DALTON, Mary L., St. Louis, Mo. Librarian Missouri Historical Society. DAVIS, Mr. M. E. M., New Orleans, La. Author. *DAY, James R., S.T.D., D.D., LL.D. Chancellor Syracuse University. *DUDLEY, Rt. Rev. Thomas U., A.M., D.D., LL.D. P.E. Bishop of Kentucky. *DUNN, Jacob P., B.S., Indianapolis, Ind. Author and Sec'y. Indiana Historical Society. *DUNNING, Albert E., D.D. Boston. Editorial staff "The Congregationalist." *DURRETT, Col. Reuben T. Lawyer and Historian of Kentucky. *EGLE, William H. Historian of Pennsylvania. ELY, Richard T., Economist, Ph.D., LL.D., Evanston, Ill. *FALLOWS, Samuel, D.D., LL.D., Chicago, Ill. Author and Bishop Reformed Episcopal Church. FAUNCE, William H. P., A.M., D.D. President Brown University. FERRIN, Austin W., New York. Editor of "Moody's Magazine," and Financial Authority. *FIELD, Henry Martyn, D.D. Editor "New York Evangelist." FOX, Lawrence H., Pierre, S.D. State Historian. GAILOR, Rt. Rev. Thomas Frank, D.D. S.T.D. Author and P.E. Bishop of Tennessee. GALBREATH, C. B., Columbus, O. Historian, Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Soc. *GARRETT, William R., A.M., Ph.D. Historian, Peabody Institute, Tennessee. *Deceased [[Column 2 - GILMAN to MOOREHEAD]] *GILMAN, Daniel Coit, LL.D. President Johns Hopkins University. *GILMOR, Hon. Robert. Judge of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore. *GLEED, Hon. Charles S., Topeka, Kan. Author and Attorney. GORDON, Armistead C., Staunton, Va. Lawyer and Author. GRAVES, Gen. John C., Buffalo, N.Y. Lawyer and Merchant. *GREEN, Samuel S., A.M., Worcester, Mass. Author and Librarian Emeritus Public Library. GREENE, Charles Lyman, M.D., St. Paul, Minn. *GRIFFITH, Jefferson D., M.D., Kansas City, Mo. *GUNSAULUS, Frank W., A.M., D.D., Chicago. Author and President Armour Institute. HAINER, Hon. Bayard T., B.S., Perry, Okla. Associate Justice Supreme Court. *HALE, Edward Everett, D.D., LL.D. Author, Chaplain U.S. Senate. HAMILTON, Hon. Peter J., San Juan, Porto Rico. Judge and Historian. HANDY, Egbert Gilliss. Author, Editor and President of the Search-Light Research and Editorial Organization, New York. HARDEN, William, Savannah, Ga. Librarian Georgia Historical Society. *HARRIS, Joel Chandler (Uncle Remus). Author. *HARRIS, Hon. William T. Author and U.S. Commissioner of Education. *HART, Samuel, D.D., D.C.L., LL.D, Middletown, Conn. Dean Berkeley Divinity School. HILD, Frederick H., Chicago, Ill. Ex-Librarian Chicago Public Library. *HOBAN, Rt. Rev. Michael John, Scranton, Pa. HOLLAND, William J., Ph.D., D.D., LL.D., Pittsburgh, Pa. Director Carnegie Museum. HOSMER, Prof. James K., Ph.D., LL.D. Historian and Librarian Minneapolis Library. *HOWE, Daniel Wait, Indianapolis, Ind. Judge, Author, President Indiana Historical Society. HOWE, Edgar W. Author and Editor Howe's "Monthly Globe," Atchison, Kan. HOWELL, Clark, Atlanta, Ga. Editor Atlanta "Constitution." *INGERSOLL, Luther A., Los Angeles, Cal. Historian and Biographer. *INGRAHAM, Darius H., Portland, Me. Lawyer. JEWELL, Marshall H. Bismarck "Tribune," N.D. *JOHNSTON, Col. J. Stoddard. Editor and Historian of Kentucky. KEEN, Gregory B., A.M., LL.D., Philadelphia, Pa. Curator Historical Society of Penn. KELLOGG, Hon. Frank B., St. Paul, Minn. Diplomat and Secretary of State. KENT, Dorman B. E., Montpelier, Vt. Historian. *KENYON, James B., Litt.D., New York City. Poet and Biographer. KING, Miss Grace, New Orleans, La. Author. KNIGHT, Prof. George W., A.M., Ph.D., Columbus, O. Author, Prof. of Ohio State Univ. *KOBBE, Gustav, A.M., New York City. Author Musical subjects. KONKLE, Burton Alva, Ph.D. Legal Author and Historian. *LARNED, Josephus N. Author and Librarian. LAWRENCE, William M., D.D. Professor Colgate University. LEONARD, William Andrew, D.D. Author and P.E. Bishop of Ohio *LEWIS, Daniel, A.M., M.D., Ph.D., LL.D. Editor "Medical Review of Reviews." *LINDSAY, James M., Gainesville, Tex. Banker. *LOCKE, Robinson, Toledo, Ohio. Journalist, Proprietor "Toledo Blade." *LORE, Hon. Charles B. Chief Justice and Pres. Delaware Historical Society. *McCLURE, Col. Alexander K., LL.D. Journalist of Philadelphia. *MacCRACKEN, Henry M., D.D., LL.D. Emeritus Chancellor, University of City of N.Y. *McCRADY, Gen. Edward, LL.D., D.C.L. Lawyer and Pres. So. Carolina Historical Society. *McGEE, W. J. Ethnologist Bureau of American Ethology. *McLAREN, William E., A.M., S.T.D., D.C.L. P.E. Bishop of Chicago. MacLENNAN, Frank P., B.S., M.S. Topeka, Kan. Editor of "Topeka State Journal." McNEAL, Thomas A., Topeka, Kan. Editor "Mail and Breeze." McPEAK, Ival, Boston, Mass. Editor, "The Christian Register." MATHEWS, Joseph M, M.D., LL.D., Louisville, Ky. Ex-Pres. American Medical Association. *MATTESON, Hon. Charles, LL.D. Ex-Chief Justice of Rhode Island. MAYES, Edward, LL.D., Jackson, Miss. Author, Educator and Lawyer. MEEHAN, Thomas F., A.M., N.Y. City. Editorial staff "America." MOOREHEAD, F. G., Des Moines, Iowa. On the staff of the "Register." [[Column 3 - MORRISON to TITUS]] MORRISON, Theodore N., D.D., S.T.D., LL.D., Davenport, Ia. P. E. Bishop. MORSE, Sidney, Executive Secretary, Bureau of Social and Educational Service, Grand Lodge F. & A. Masons, New York. *MOTT, Hon. Marcus F., Galveston, Tex. Attorney-at-law. *MURRAY, W. H. H. ("Adirondack" Murray). Author. MYERS, Philip V. N., A.M., Ph.D., L.H.D., LL.D., Cincinnati, O. Historian and Educator. *NELSON, Rt. Rev. Cleland K., D.D., Atlanta, Ga. P.E. Bishop of Georgia. NEVIN, Theodore W., Pittsburgh, Pa. Author and Editor "Pittsburgh Leader." NICCOLLS, Samuel J., D.D., LL.D., St. Louis, Mo. Clergyman and Author. *NORTON, Frank H. Editor and Author; staff "New York Herald." O'BRIEN, Hon. Thomas J., LL.D., Grand Rapids, Mich. Lawyer; U.S. Ambassador. ORR, Charles, Cleveland, O. Author, Librarian, Director of Schools. *PACKARD, Alpheus S., LL.D., Scientist, Brown University. *PATTERSON, James K., A.M., Ph.D., LL.D., Lexington, Ky. Pres. Emeritus Univ. of Ken. *PECKHAM, Stephen F., New York. Chemist. *PIERCE, James Mills, A.M. Prof. Mathematics, Harvard University. *PENNYPACKER, Hon. Samuel W., LL.D. Pres. Historical Society of Pennsylvania. *POOLE, Murray E., Ithaca, N.Y. *QUINBY, Theodore E., Detroit, Mich. Detroit Free Press. *RANDALL, Emilius O., Ph.D., LL.B., LL.M., Columbus, O. Supreme Court Reporter. RAWLE, Francis, LL.B., Philadelphia. Ex-Pres. American Bar Association. RICE, Wallace, Chicago, Ill. Author, Editor. *RICHARDSON, Francis H., Atlanta, Ga. Editor "Atlanta Journal." *RIDPATH, John Clark, LL.D. Historian. *RILEY, B. F., D.D., LL.D., Birmingham, Ala. Clergyman and Educator. ROBINSON, Frank T. Art Editor, "Boston Post." *ROE, George M., Los Angeles, Cal. Formerly staff "Cincinnati Times-Star." ROOT, Geo. A., Topeka, Kan. Historian, Kansas State Historical Society. *RYDER, Rev. Charles J., D.D. Author and Secretary American Missionary Society. *SANBORN, Franklin B., Concord, Mass. Journalist and Biographical Author. *SANDERS, Hon. Wilbur F., Helena, Mont. Attorney and ex-U.S. Senator. *SCHARF, Col. J. Thomas. Historian of Del. *SCOTT, Harvey W. Editor "Oregonian." *SCREVEN, John, Savannah, Ga. Pres. Ga. Historical Society. *SENN, Nicholas, M.D. Surgeon and Author. SESSUMS, Rt. Rev. Davis, D.D., New Orleans, La. P.E. Bishop SLOCUM, William F., D.D., LL.D., President Emeritus Colorado College. *SMITH, Hon. Charles Emory, of the "Philadelphia Press"; Postmaster General. *SMITH, Charles H. ("Bill Arp"). Author. SMITH, Hon. Hoke, Atlanta, Ga. Attorney; ex-Secretary of the Interior. SMITH, Charles W., Seattle, Wash. Librarian, Public Library. SMITH, Zachary F. Author and Hist. of Ken. *SPEER, Emory, LL.D., Macon, Ga. U.S. District Judge. SPENCER, Horatio N., M.D., LL.D., St. Louis, Mo. STALEY, Cady, C.E., Ph.D., LL.D., Cleveland. Ex-President Case School of Applied Science. *START, Hon. Charles M., St. Paul, Minn. Chief Justice, Supreme Court. *STEARNS, Frank P., Tufts College, Mass. Author. STOCKTON, Thomas T., Jacksonville, Fla. Of the Florida "Times Union and Citizen." STONE, Melville E., New York. Past General Manager of the Associated Press. *STONE, Wilbur F., A.M., Denver, Colo. Jurist. *SWANK, James M., Philadelphia, Pa. V.-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. American Iron and Steel Association. SWEM, E. G., A.M., Librarian, College of William and Mary. *TAYLOR, William A. Editor and Hist. of Ohio. *THOMSON, John, A.M., Litt.D. Philadelphia, Pa. Author and Librarian, Free Library. *THURSTON, Robert H., C.E., Ph.D., LL.D. Engineer; Director Sibley College. THWING, Charles F., D.D., LL.D. Cleveland, O. Pres. Emeritus Western Reserve Univ. THOMAS, Westley Wailes, Atlanta, Ga. Author and Historian. *TITUS, Hon. Robert C., Buffalo, N.Y. Justice Supreme Court of New York. SOME OF THE SUBSCRIBERS TO THIS CYCLOPEDIA [[Three columns]] [[Column 1]] The United States Government, sets for all the Government Departments in Washington and National Soldier Homes. Mexican Government, 25 sets. Cuban Libraries, 9 sets. University of Louvain. Library of Congress, Washington, 4 sets. United States Court of Claims. Supreme Council, 33rd Degree, Masonic Library, Washington. Public Libraries in all parts of the United States from Maine to the Hawaiian Islands. (In the Hawaiian Islands there have been sold 22 sets to date.) New York Public Library, 4 sets in main building on Fifth Avenue; additional sets for most of the sixty Carnegie branches. All the State Historical Societies from Maine to California. Associated Press and the American Press Association, New York City. New York Times, Herald, Tribune, Post, World, Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Boston Globe, Boston Transcript, Springfield Republican, Philadelphia Press, Philadelphia North American, Pittsburgh Bulletin, Pittsburgh Dispatch, Washington Post, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Toledo Blade, Memphis Commercial-Appeal, New Orleans Picayune, Kansas City Star, Chicago Record-Herald, Atlanta Constitution, St. Paul Dispatch, San Francisco Call, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times, Jacksonville (Fla.) Times-Union, and hundred of other daily newspapers. Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Princeton Universities, and hundreds of other colleges and universities in the North, East, South, and West. Over three thousand schools, including private schools and academies, such as St. Paul's and Groton Schools, Phillips-Exeter Academy, Hotchkiss School, Lawrenceville and Pawling Schools, Irving School, Berkeley Institute, Peddie Institute, Cutler School, Comstock School, Belmont School, and Public Schools, both Grammar and High, in every state. Century Magazine, Harper's Monthly, the Review of Reviews, McClure's, Scribner's, Forum, Everybody's Magazine, Delineator, Independent, Literary Digest, Scientific American, Catholic World, Town Topics, and scores of other magazines. American Museum of Natural History. Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York Law Institute. New York Chamber of Commerce. New York Academy of Medicine. Century, Union League, University, Union, City, Democratic, Catholic, Army and Navy, Press, Lambs, National Arts and Authors Clubs of New York City. Boston Athenaeum. City Club of Boston. Congregational Library, Boston. General Theological Library, Boston. Home Market Club, Boston. Social Law Library, Boston. Art Club of Philadelphia. Drexel Institute, Philadelphia. Penn Museum and School, Philadelphia. Textile School, Philadelphia. Wagner Free Institute of Science, Philadelphia. State Institute for the Deaf and Dumb, Philadelphia. Press Club, Chicago. American Bankers Association, New York. McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., New York. Merchants' Association, New York. Among the thousands of individual subscribers the following are mentioned by special permission: Rev. Lyman W. Allen, Newark, N.J. Bion J. Arnold, electrician, Chicago, Ill. Jos. H. Appel, publicity manager, John Wanamaker's. Jules S. Bache, banker, New York. Irving Bacheller, author, New York. [[Column 2]] Purley A. Baker, National Supt. Anti-Saloon League, Westerville, O. Onward Bates, engineer, Chicago. Charles L. Bernheimer, merchant, New York. Hon. Hiram Bingham, New Haven, Conn. Wells H. Blodgett, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Solicitor Wabash R.R., St. Louis. William A. Blount, lawyer, Pensacola, Fla. Rt. Rev. Leigh R. Brewer, Bishop of Montana. Rev. Dr. William M. Brundage, Unitarian Divine, Brooklyn, N.Y. William J. Burns, head of Burns International Detective Agency, New York. Asa G. Candler, capitalist, Atlanta, Ga. Prof. J. McKeen Cattell, Editor of "Science" and "Scientific Monthly." Harvey S. Chase, public accountant, Boston, Mass. H. C. Chatfield-Taylor, author, Chicago, Ill. Hon. Joseph H. Choate, lawyer and diplomat, New York. Howard Chandler Christy, artist, Ohio. John Claflin, head of the H. B. Claflin Corporation, New York. E. Irving Couse, New York. J. H. Cummings, President John B. Stetson Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Rt. Rev. James H. Darlington, P.E. Bishop of Harrisburg, Pa. Dr. Thomas Darlington, physician, sanitation expert, New York. Hon. Charles G. Dawes Robert W. deForest, lawyer, President Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Chauncey M. Depew, New York Central Railroad; ex-U.S. Senator, New York. Col. Henry A. Dupont, capitalist, Wilmington, Del. Thomas A. Edison, inventor, West Orange, N.J. Allen W. Evarts, lawyer, New York. Thomas Ewing, lawyer; ex-Commissioner of Patents. Hon. George W. Fairchild, Pres. International Time Recording Co.; ex-Congressman. Charles R. Flint, merchant and banker, New York. Alden Freeman, political reformer, East Orange, N.J. Hon. Obadiah Gardner, ex-U.S. Senator, Rockland, Me. Hon. Elbert H. Gary, U.S. Steel Corporation, New York. Hon. James A. Gary, ex-Postmaster General, Baltimore, Md. Hon. Hampson Gary, lawyer, Department of State, Washington, D.C. King Camp Gillette, inventor Safety Razor, Boston, Mass. Daniel Guggenheim, financier, New York. George F. Hammond, architect, Cleveland, O. H. H. Harjes, Morgan, Harjes Co., Paris, France. Hon. John E. Hartridge, lawyer, Jacksonville, Fla. J. C. Hartzell, M. E. Bishop, Cincinnati, O. Bishop Abram Hatch, Heber City, Utah. H. J. Heinz, merchant, Pittsburgh, Pa. A. Heckscher, merchant, New York. Hon. Edward Horsky, lawyer and ex-mayor, Helena, Mont. Rev. Dr. Newell Dwight Hillis, Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, N.Y. Col. Edward M. House. Clark Howell, editor "Atlanta Constitution." Charles Evans Hughes, former Secretary of State, United States. Samuel Insull, President Chicago-Edison Co., Chicago, Ill. J. G. Johnson, lawyer, Peabody, Kans. Richard M. Jones, educator, Penn Charter School, Philadelphia, Pa. Dr. Jules Jordan, musician, Providence, R.I. John C. Juhring, President Francis h. Leggett & Co., New York. A. C. Kaufman, financier and philanthropist, Charleston, S.C. [[Column 3]] E. W. Kimball, lawyer, Little Rock, Ark. Simon Lake, submarine inventor, Connecticut. Edward Lauterbach, lawyer, New York. Lewis C. Ledyard, lawyer, New York. R. A. Long, lumber merchant, Kansas City, Mo. Dr. John P. Lord, Pres. Western Surgical Association, Omaha, Neb. Percy Mackaye, poet and dramatist, Cornish, N.H. Dr. James C. Mackenzie, director Mackenzie School, Monroe, N.Y. Kaufman Mandell, merchant, New York. Hon. Lee Mantle, ex-U.S. Senator, Butte, Mont. Bradley Martin, capitalist, New York. Dr. Rudolph Matas, ex-president American Surgical Association, New Orleans, La. Charles S. Mellen, ex-president New Haven Railroad, new Haven, Conn. Herman A. Metz, manufacturer, ex-Comptroller, New York. J. P. Morgan & Co., New York. Waldo G. Morse, lawyer, New York. Frank Moss, lawyer, New York. George E. Muehlebach, capitalist, Kansas City, Mo. Ludwig Nissen, merchant, New York. De Lancey Nicoll, lawyer, New York. Christopher D. O'Brien, lawyer, St. Paul, Minn. Prof. Henry F. Osborn, Columbia University; President American Museum of Natural History. T. M. Patterson, ex-U.S. Sentator; proprietor "Rocky Mountain News," Denver, Colo. Dr. Frederick W. Parham, New Orleans, La. George H. Pegram, Chief Engineer Interborough Rapid Transit, New York. Hon. James D. Phelan, U.S. Senator, San Francisco, Cal. George A. Plimpton, publisher; member of Ginn & Co., New York. Anton A. Raven, insurance president, New York. James B. Reynolds, lawyer, New York. James Ford Rhodes, historian; ex-president American Historical Association, Boston, Mass. Levi T. Scofield, architect, Cleveland, O. Thomas M. Shackleford, Justice State Supreme Court, Tallahassee, Fla. Elbridge G. Snow, President The Home Insurance Co., New York. John B. Stanchfield, lawyer, New York. Julius O. Stieglitz, chemist, Chicago, Ill. Frederick M. Steele, President Standard Forgings Co., Chicago, Ill. Prof. Bradley Stoughton, consulting engineer, New York. Theodore Sutro, lawyer, New York. Ambrose Swasey, manufacturer; ex-President of American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Cleveland, O. Rt. Rev. Ethelbert Talbot, P.E. Bishop, South Bethlehem, Pa. Rev. Dr. Roderick Terry, clergyman and author, Newport, R.I. A. O. Thomas, Supt. of Schools, Lincoln, Neb. Hon. Charlemagne Tower, lawyer and ex-ambassador, Philadelphia, Pa. Henry R. Towne, Pres. Yale & Towne Manufacturing Co., New York. Dr. Lyon G. Tyler, President William and Mary College, Virginia. A. G. Uptegraff, of the Westinghouse Air Brake Co. Thomas B. Walker, lumber merchant, Minneapolis, Minn. Hon. Bartow S. Weeks, Justice New York Supreme Court. Samuel T. Wellman, of the Wellman-Seaver-Morgan Co., Cleveland, O. John B. White, merchant, Kansas City, Mo. Henry M. Whitney, capitalist, Boston, Mass. Carleton Wiggins, artist, New York. A. E. Winship, editor "Journal of Education," Boston, Mass. Owen D. Young, Head of the Dawes Commission. A Partial List of Contributing, Nominating and Advisory Editors - Continued [[Three columns in alphabetical order by last name]] [[Column 1 - TORBETT to VAN EPPS]] TORBETT, George P., House of Representatives, U.S. Press Gallery, Washington, D.C. TURNER, Hon. George, Spokane, Wash. Lawyer and ex-U.S. Senator. UPHAM, Warren, A.M., D.Sc. Author, Librarian, Secretary Minnesota Historical Society. *UTLEY, Henry M., A.M., Detroit, Mich. Emeritus Librarian, Public Library. VAN DYKE, Rev. Henry, D.D., LL.D., Princeton, N.J. Author, Educator and Diplomat. VAN EPPS, Hon Howard, Atlanta, Ga. Jurist. [[Column 2 - VENABLE to WINCHELL]] *VENABLE, William H., A.M., LL.D., Cincinnati, O. Author and Educator. *WEEKS, Stephen B., Ph.D., LL.D., Trinity, N.C. Author, Historian U.S. Bureau Education. *WHEELOCK, Joseph A. Of the St. Paul "Pioneer Press." *WHITEHEAD, Rt. Rev. Cortlandt, D.D., S.T.D., LL.D., Pittsburgh, Pa. P.E. Bishop. WIGHT, William W., LL.B., Milwaukee, Wis. Author and Librarian, Law Library. *WILSON, George W., Jacksonville, Fla. Of the "Florida Times-Union and Citizen." *WINCHELL, Alexander. Scientist. [[Column 3 - WISE to YOUNG]] *WISE, Hon. John S., Lawyer, Congressman. *WISSER, John P., Brigadier-General and ex-Editor of "Journal of the U.S. Artillery." *WOOLWORTH, James M., LL.D., L.H.D., D.C.L., Omaha, Neb. Ex-Pres. American Bar Association. WORTHINGTON, Rev. Edward W., A.M., Cleveland, O. Rector Grace Church. *WRIGHT, Col. Marcus J., Washington, D.C. Historian and Custodian of Confederate Records, War Dept. *YOUNG, Hon. Bennett H., Louisville, Ky. Historian and Lawyer.
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