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Matthew Julien Tobey Alvah Kittredge Todd George Homer Tower Carl Hoyt Trowbridge s Herman Franklin Tucker Aaron Turner Ethan Rogers Underwood Roland Greene Usher Charles Ben Van Wie Donald Vincent Alexander Harris Wadsworth 15 Class of 1901 — Fourth Report Walter Seaverns Wait Samuel Frye Walcott * Maurice Joseph Wall Richard Mc Clennan Walsh s Frank Wellington Ward well, Jr. Ware Lawrence Joseph Watson, 2d Ernest Hallock Webb s Nicholas Thomas Weitzel s James Ogden Wells [entered with 1900] Roger Clark Wells Benjamin Smith Welsch James Winfield Welsh fi Mark Hunking Wentworth, Monson Lyman Wether ell Sylvester Maurice Whalen ft Alexander Hamilton Wheeler Geoffrey Manlius Wheeloek Page Wheelwright William Bond Wheelwright De Lancey Pierrepont White Frank Stanlev White Charles Handasyde Whitney Stanton Whitney s Herbert Starkes Whiton 1J5 Wyman Whittemore s Edward James Whittier [en- tered with 1900] Richard Ingersoll Wilby If David Charlton Williams Frederick Charles Williams Webster Fairbanks Williams Lucius Wilmerding Benjamin Ezra Wood Erskine Wood Curtis Palmer Woodbury Lester Hood Woolsey Tf Fred Curtis Wormelle ff Harold Brent Wrenn Chester Whitney Wright Ernest Alfred Wye * Arthur Dickinson Wyman Henry William Yates Arthur Parkhurst Young Alva Jav Zimmer SPECIAL STUDENTS AND AFFILIATED MEMBERS Charles Augustus Anderson Francis Baldwin Anderson Alvan Roswell Ballard Robert Coolidge Barnes Thomas Frost Barrett William John Barrett Cxustavus Edward Behr, Jr. Edward Kitfield Bennett John George Berry John Rossman Bertholf William Joseph Black Reginald Boardman Robert Chapman Boone * Ransom Davisson Brackett Robert Edward Brewer * Harry Vincent Bridgman Lewis Hotchkiss Brittin Harold Maxwell Brooks James Brooks David Ell wood Brown John Leslie Brown Percy Corbett Browne George Burr Brownlee * Walter George Bruns 16 Members of the Class Ralph Standish Bryden Henry Tilghman Bull James Armitage Bull Albert Hoit Bumstead Charles Day Burchenal William Starling Burgess Thomas Edmund Burke Allen Duncan Burnham Le Grand Stirling Burton, Jr. I am cer- tain also that the Class as a whole will be grateful to those members who have made the effort and have added to the pleasure of their fellow-classmates by giving this opportunity to read of their doings. Horace Forbes Baker Samuel Bamber Frederick Winslow Bancroft '1f Claude Martin Bard Burrill Devereux Barker Joseph Hood Barnes Matthew Bartlett s William Austin Bassett Joseph Francis Bassity Nathaniel Horton Batchelder Chauncy Cushing Batchelor George Livingston Bayard James Cushing Bayley Sylvester Judd Beach Henry Foster Beal Sidney Lane Beals George Rust Bedinger Gibson Bell Frank Henry Bennett * Thomas Dickerson Bergen Milton Louis Bernstein Henry Bryant Bigelow Oscar Wadsworth Billings Richard Bishop Robert Moffit Black Benjamin Sewall Blake Gerald Blake Meyer Bloomfield Hugh Blythe ft Louis Henry Bonelli, Jr. Howard Hackett -s Joseph George Hackley Lewis Whiton Hall Martin Thomas Hall John White Hallowed Frederick Laurence Hammond s Clifford Taft Hanson Wil Lard Gould Harding ft Roger Sunnier Hardy Richard March Hoe Harper • William Taylor Harris Henry Gilbert Hart, Jr. It is of course difficult to get every one to give the in- formation desired ; many have written only a few lines and a few have failed to send in any news whatsoever. Bruce Borland Chauncey Blair Borland If Benjamin Boss Freeman Dodd Bosworth Thomas Johnson Bosworth Wayne Heyser Bowers Edwin Leonard Bowker Harrison Winthrop Bowker Charles Boyden fl Arthur Jerome Boynton John Gaylord Brackett s William Badeau Bragdon Deceased. Clarence Greenleaf Haskell John Frederic Havey Paul Burty Haviland Henry Clay Hawkins, Jr. HARVARD COLLEGE CLASS OF 1901 SECRETARY'S FOURTH REPORT July, 1916 CAMBRIDGE Crimson Printing Company 1916 CONTENTS Class Officers 4 Secretary's Preface 5 Treasurer's Report 7 Members of the Class Holders of Degrees 9 Specials and Affiliated Members 16 Number in the Class 20 Marriages and Births 20 Record of the Class 21 Deaths 463 "Lost Men" 465 Occupations 467 Directory 475 Class Committee JOHN W. I realize it is difficult for a busy man to sit down and fill in a blank form with the dates and details of his doings since he left college, and I am very grateful to that large portion of the Class which has sent me the desired information. As the annual income from the present Fund will be needed for ordinary expenses, it is intended that the entire cost of future celebrations and of the Secretary's Reports be covered by individual contributions. Charles Frederick Covert Arensberg s Louis Arkin Easton Shaw Bacon Alvin Freeman Bailey, Jr. John Alexander Graydon Russell Hubbard Greeley Ernest Roy Greene Roger Sherman Greene Warwick Greene Elmer Emsley Greenwood Joseph Guild, Jr. BRAYTON Class Secretary HAROLD BENJAMIN CLARK To the Members of the Class "1901": With this, the fourth report, I send my personal thanks to all the members in the Class for the time and trouble they have taken in helping me make up this volume. For the principal celebrations the Class Fund has been drawn upon as follows: Triennial,

Matthew Julien Tobey Alvah Kittredge Todd George Homer Tower Carl Hoyt Trowbridge s Herman Franklin Tucker Aaron Turner Ethan Rogers Underwood Roland Greene Usher Charles Ben Van Wie Donald Vincent Alexander Harris Wadsworth 15 Class of 1901 — Fourth Report Walter Seaverns Wait Samuel Frye Walcott * Maurice Joseph Wall Richard Mc Clennan Walsh s Frank Wellington Ward well, Jr. Ware Lawrence Joseph Watson, 2d Ernest Hallock Webb s Nicholas Thomas Weitzel s James Ogden Wells [entered with 1900] Roger Clark Wells Benjamin Smith Welsch James Winfield Welsh fi Mark Hunking Wentworth, Monson Lyman Wether ell Sylvester Maurice Whalen ft Alexander Hamilton Wheeler Geoffrey Manlius Wheeloek Page Wheelwright William Bond Wheelwright De Lancey Pierrepont White Frank Stanlev White Charles Handasyde Whitney Stanton Whitney s Herbert Starkes Whiton 1J5 Wyman Whittemore s Edward James Whittier [en- tered with 1900] Richard Ingersoll Wilby If David Charlton Williams Frederick Charles Williams Webster Fairbanks Williams Lucius Wilmerding Benjamin Ezra Wood Erskine Wood Curtis Palmer Woodbury Lester Hood Woolsey Tf Fred Curtis Wormelle ff Harold Brent Wrenn Chester Whitney Wright Ernest Alfred Wye * Arthur Dickinson Wyman Henry William Yates Arthur Parkhurst Young Alva Jav Zimmer SPECIAL STUDENTS AND AFFILIATED MEMBERS Charles Augustus Anderson Francis Baldwin Anderson Alvan Roswell Ballard Robert Coolidge Barnes Thomas Frost Barrett William John Barrett Cxustavus Edward Behr, Jr. Edward Kitfield Bennett John George Berry John Rossman Bertholf William Joseph Black Reginald Boardman Robert Chapman Boone * Ransom Davisson Brackett Robert Edward Brewer * Harry Vincent Bridgman Lewis Hotchkiss Brittin Harold Maxwell Brooks James Brooks David Ell wood Brown John Leslie Brown Percy Corbett Browne George Burr Brownlee * Walter George Bruns 16 Members of the Class Ralph Standish Bryden Henry Tilghman Bull James Armitage Bull Albert Hoit Bumstead Charles Day Burchenal William Starling Burgess Thomas Edmund Burke Allen Duncan Burnham Le Grand Stirling Burton, Jr. I am cer- tain also that the Class as a whole will be grateful to those members who have made the effort and have added to the pleasure of their fellow-classmates by giving this opportunity to read of their doings. Horace Forbes Baker Samuel Bamber Frederick Winslow Bancroft '1f Claude Martin Bard Burrill Devereux Barker Joseph Hood Barnes Matthew Bartlett s William Austin Bassett Joseph Francis Bassity Nathaniel Horton Batchelder Chauncy Cushing Batchelor George Livingston Bayard James Cushing Bayley Sylvester Judd Beach Henry Foster Beal Sidney Lane Beals George Rust Bedinger Gibson Bell Frank Henry Bennett * Thomas Dickerson Bergen Milton Louis Bernstein Henry Bryant Bigelow Oscar Wadsworth Billings Richard Bishop Robert Moffit Black Benjamin Sewall Blake Gerald Blake Meyer Bloomfield Hugh Blythe ft Louis Henry Bonelli, Jr. Howard Hackett -s Joseph George Hackley Lewis Whiton Hall Martin Thomas Hall John White Hallowed Frederick Laurence Hammond s Clifford Taft Hanson Wil Lard Gould Harding ft Roger Sunnier Hardy Richard March Hoe Harper • William Taylor Harris Henry Gilbert Hart, Jr. It is of course difficult to get every one to give the in- formation desired ; many have written only a few lines and a few have failed to send in any news whatsoever. Bruce Borland Chauncey Blair Borland If Benjamin Boss Freeman Dodd Bosworth Thomas Johnson Bosworth Wayne Heyser Bowers Edwin Leonard Bowker Harrison Winthrop Bowker Charles Boyden fl Arthur Jerome Boynton John Gaylord Brackett s William Badeau Bragdon Deceased. Clarence Greenleaf Haskell John Frederic Havey Paul Burty Haviland Henry Clay Hawkins, Jr. HARVARD COLLEGE CLASS OF 1901 SECRETARY'S FOURTH REPORT July, 1916 CAMBRIDGE Crimson Printing Company 1916 CONTENTS Class Officers 4 Secretary's Preface 5 Treasurer's Report 7 Members of the Class Holders of Degrees 9 Specials and Affiliated Members 16 Number in the Class 20 Marriages and Births 20 Record of the Class 21 Deaths 463 "Lost Men" 465 Occupations 467 Directory 475 Class Committee JOHN W. I realize it is difficult for a busy man to sit down and fill in a blank form with the dates and details of his doings since he left college, and I am very grateful to that large portion of the Class which has sent me the desired information. As the annual income from the present Fund will be needed for ordinary expenses, it is intended that the entire cost of future celebrations and of the Secretary's Reports be covered by individual contributions. Charles Frederick Covert Arensberg s Louis Arkin Easton Shaw Bacon Alvin Freeman Bailey, Jr. John Alexander Graydon Russell Hubbard Greeley Ernest Roy Greene Roger Sherman Greene Warwick Greene Elmer Emsley Greenwood Joseph Guild, Jr. BRAYTON Class Secretary HAROLD BENJAMIN CLARK To the Members of the Class "1901": With this, the fourth report, I send my personal thanks to all the members in the Class for the time and trouble they have taken in helping me make up this volume. For the principal celebrations the Class Fund has been drawn upon as follows: Triennial, $1,610.37; Sexennial, $885.96; Decennial, $2,140.98. Ralph Anthony s William Augustus Applegate * William Appleton, Jr. Philip Grenville Darling s Otto Armin Daudt Sumner Godfrey Davenport 10 Members of the Class s Charles Claflin Davis s Gilbert Franklin Davis Harold Stearns Davis John Boynton Davis Nelson Rowberry Davis Paul Dudley Dean Edward John Denning Percy Dewey Richard Dexter Rufus Welles Dibble Emerson Loren Dickerman Martin Bassett Dill Chester Edward Dimick Marion Gylbert Donk Eugene Hale Douglass George Bevan Doyle Henry Sandwith Drinker Samuel Smith Drury Floyd Heading Du Bois ]\ Simon Edward Duffm Charles Frederick Dutch Rowland Sears Howes Dyer George Herbert Eastman Theodore Jewett Eastman Robert Edwards s Frederic Charles Hubert Eichorn John Kills * Peter Harden Eley Frank Ellsworth Elliott Bradford Hale Ellis s Shirley Gregory Ellis Carleton Lincoln Ellison Elliot Shearer Emerson 1| Francis Munroe Endicott Francis Munroe Endicott William Ludlow Estabrooke Augustus Hemenway Eustis Frederic Augustus Eustis Dwight Durkee Evans Talbot Ewart * Nelson Fairchild Jesse Eisner Falker Richard Albert Feiss Reginald Fin eke , s Pierce Lovering Fish Charles Edward Fisher Augustus Henry Fiske Conover Fitch Francis Gleason Fitzpatrick Roger Flint Harold Hastings Flower * Hiram Nye Fobes James Grant Forbes Horton Caumont Force 5 Stanton Watson Forsman Albert Volney Foster William Trufant Foster Arthur John Fotch Harrison Jules Louis Frank Louis Mark Freedman James Voorhees Freeman, Jr, Mitchell Freiman Harold Waldo French Sanford Henry Eisner Freund Theodore Lyman Frost Walter Archer Frost s George Howard Gerrish Thornton Gerrish 5 Peter Goelet Gerry Harold Girard Giddings Arthur Holden Gilbert Ralph Edmund Gilchrist Marcus Isaac Goldman Robert Goodenow Robert Eliot Goodwin * Harry Ellsworth Goss 11 Class of 1901 — Fourth Report s George Harold Grant Ralph llallain Grant Ernest Amlin Gray Gordon Larimore Gray Ralph Weld Gray Thomas Herbert Gray, Jr.

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Matthew Julien Tobey Alvah Kittredge Todd George Homer Tower Carl Hoyt Trowbridge s Herman Franklin Tucker Aaron Turner Ethan Rogers Underwood Roland Greene Usher Charles Ben Van Wie Donald Vincent Alexander Harris Wadsworth 15 Class of 1901 — Fourth Report Walter Seaverns Wait Samuel Frye Walcott * Maurice Joseph Wall Richard Mc Clennan Walsh s Frank Wellington Ward well, Jr. Ware Lawrence Joseph Watson, 2d Ernest Hallock Webb s Nicholas Thomas Weitzel s James Ogden Wells [entered with 1900] Roger Clark Wells Benjamin Smith Welsch James Winfield Welsh fi Mark Hunking Wentworth, Monson Lyman Wether ell Sylvester Maurice Whalen ft Alexander Hamilton Wheeler Geoffrey Manlius Wheeloek Page Wheelwright William Bond Wheelwright De Lancey Pierrepont White Frank Stanlev White Charles Handasyde Whitney Stanton Whitney s Herbert Starkes Whiton 1J5 Wyman Whittemore s Edward James Whittier [en- tered with 1900] Richard Ingersoll Wilby If David Charlton Williams Frederick Charles Williams Webster Fairbanks Williams Lucius Wilmerding Benjamin Ezra Wood Erskine Wood Curtis Palmer Woodbury Lester Hood Woolsey Tf Fred Curtis Wormelle ff Harold Brent Wrenn Chester Whitney Wright Ernest Alfred Wye * Arthur Dickinson Wyman Henry William Yates Arthur Parkhurst Young Alva Jav Zimmer SPECIAL STUDENTS AND AFFILIATED MEMBERS Charles Augustus Anderson Francis Baldwin Anderson Alvan Roswell Ballard Robert Coolidge Barnes Thomas Frost Barrett William John Barrett Cxustavus Edward Behr, Jr.

Edward Kitfield Bennett John George Berry John Rossman Bertholf William Joseph Black Reginald Boardman Robert Chapman Boone * Ransom Davisson Brackett Robert Edward Brewer * Harry Vincent Bridgman Lewis Hotchkiss Brittin Harold Maxwell Brooks James Brooks David Ell wood Brown John Leslie Brown Percy Corbett Browne George Burr Brownlee * Walter George Bruns 16 Members of the Class Ralph Standish Bryden Henry Tilghman Bull James Armitage Bull Albert Hoit Bumstead Charles Day Burchenal William Starling Burgess Thomas Edmund Burke Allen Duncan Burnham Le Grand Stirling Burton, Jr.

I am cer- tain also that the Class as a whole will be grateful to those members who have made the effort and have added to the pleasure of their fellow-classmates by giving this opportunity to read of their doings. Horace Forbes Baker Samuel Bamber Frederick Winslow Bancroft '1f Claude Martin Bard Burrill Devereux Barker Joseph Hood Barnes Matthew Bartlett s William Austin Bassett Joseph Francis Bassity Nathaniel Horton Batchelder Chauncy Cushing Batchelor George Livingston Bayard James Cushing Bayley Sylvester Judd Beach Henry Foster Beal Sidney Lane Beals George Rust Bedinger Gibson Bell Frank Henry Bennett * Thomas Dickerson Bergen Milton Louis Bernstein Henry Bryant Bigelow Oscar Wadsworth Billings Richard Bishop Robert Moffit Black Benjamin Sewall Blake Gerald Blake Meyer Bloomfield Hugh Blythe ft Louis Henry Bonelli, Jr. Howard Hackett -s Joseph George Hackley Lewis Whiton Hall Martin Thomas Hall John White Hallowed Frederick Laurence Hammond s Clifford Taft Hanson Wil Lard Gould Harding ft Roger Sunnier Hardy Richard March Hoe Harper • William Taylor Harris Henry Gilbert Hart, Jr.

It is of course difficult to get every one to give the in- formation desired ; many have written only a few lines and a few have failed to send in any news whatsoever. Bruce Borland Chauncey Blair Borland If Benjamin Boss Freeman Dodd Bosworth Thomas Johnson Bosworth Wayne Heyser Bowers Edwin Leonard Bowker Harrison Winthrop Bowker Charles Boyden fl Arthur Jerome Boynton John Gaylord Brackett s William Badeau Bragdon Deceased. Clarence Greenleaf Haskell John Frederic Havey Paul Burty Haviland Henry Clay Hawkins, Jr.

HARVARD COLLEGE CLASS OF 1901 SECRETARY'S FOURTH REPORT July, 1916 CAMBRIDGE Crimson Printing Company 1916 CONTENTS Class Officers 4 Secretary's Preface 5 Treasurer's Report 7 Members of the Class Holders of Degrees 9 Specials and Affiliated Members 16 Number in the Class 20 Marriages and Births 20 Record of the Class 21 Deaths 463 "Lost Men" 465 Occupations 467 Directory 475 Class Committee JOHN W. I realize it is difficult for a busy man to sit down and fill in a blank form with the dates and details of his doings since he left college, and I am very grateful to that large portion of the Class which has sent me the desired information. As the annual income from the present Fund will be needed for ordinary expenses, it is intended that the entire cost of future celebrations and of the Secretary's Reports be covered by individual contributions. Charles Frederick Covert Arensberg s Louis Arkin Easton Shaw Bacon Alvin Freeman Bailey, Jr. John Alexander Graydon Russell Hubbard Greeley Ernest Roy Greene Roger Sherman Greene Warwick Greene Elmer Emsley Greenwood Joseph Guild, Jr.

,610.37; Sexennial, 5.96; Decennial, ,140.98. Ralph Anthony s William Augustus Applegate * William Appleton, Jr. Philip Grenville Darling s Otto Armin Daudt Sumner Godfrey Davenport 10 Members of the Class s Charles Claflin Davis s Gilbert Franklin Davis Harold Stearns Davis John Boynton Davis Nelson Rowberry Davis Paul Dudley Dean Edward John Denning Percy Dewey Richard Dexter Rufus Welles Dibble Emerson Loren Dickerman Martin Bassett Dill Chester Edward Dimick Marion Gylbert Donk Eugene Hale Douglass George Bevan Doyle Henry Sandwith Drinker Samuel Smith Drury Floyd Heading Du Bois ]\ Simon Edward Duffm Charles Frederick Dutch Rowland Sears Howes Dyer George Herbert Eastman Theodore Jewett Eastman Robert Edwards s Frederic Charles Hubert Eichorn John Kills * Peter Harden Eley Frank Ellsworth Elliott Bradford Hale Ellis s Shirley Gregory Ellis Carleton Lincoln Ellison Elliot Shearer Emerson 1| Francis Munroe Endicott Francis Munroe Endicott William Ludlow Estabrooke Augustus Hemenway Eustis Frederic Augustus Eustis Dwight Durkee Evans Talbot Ewart * Nelson Fairchild Jesse Eisner Falker Richard Albert Feiss Reginald Fin eke , s Pierce Lovering Fish Charles Edward Fisher Augustus Henry Fiske Conover Fitch Francis Gleason Fitzpatrick Roger Flint Harold Hastings Flower * Hiram Nye Fobes James Grant Forbes Horton Caumont Force 5 Stanton Watson Forsman Albert Volney Foster William Trufant Foster Arthur John Fotch Harrison Jules Louis Frank Louis Mark Freedman James Voorhees Freeman, Jr, Mitchell Freiman Harold Waldo French Sanford Henry Eisner Freund Theodore Lyman Frost Walter Archer Frost s George Howard Gerrish Thornton Gerrish 5 Peter Goelet Gerry Harold Girard Giddings Arthur Holden Gilbert Ralph Edmund Gilchrist Marcus Isaac Goldman Robert Goodenow Robert Eliot Goodwin * Harry Ellsworth Goss 11 Class of 1901 — Fourth Report s George Harold Grant Ralph llallain Grant Ernest Amlin Gray Gordon Larimore Gray Ralph Weld Gray Thomas Herbert Gray, Jr.

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Married Sarah Moody Cushing, Cambridge, Mass., June 26 r 1911. In 1912 our little girl was born, and late in the year I accompanied Dr.

Louis National Stock Yards 4's, due 1930, 800.00 ,440 Note: The greater part of the cost of each Class celebra- tion and the Secretary's Reports has been covered by special funds raised for the purpose. CLASS OF 1901 Charles Waldron Adams Huntington Adams Mortimer Adler *s George Benjamin Franklin Aiken * Benjamin Franklin Allen, 2d Glover Morrill Allen Alden Gifford Alley John Stanley Ames Lewis Darwin Ames George Samuel Amsden John Angus, Jr. Stanley Cunningham Parke Hansell Custis Vanderv^eer Custis Charles Dudley Daly David Daly Richard Henry Dana, Jr.

(Covering period from May 1, 1911, to June 1, 1916.) Receipts: Cash on hand May 1, 1911, 0.10 Subscriptions to Class Fund, 325.00 Interest, 805.04 Sale of

Married Sarah Moody Cushing, Cambridge, Mass., June 26 r 1911. In 1912 our little girl was born, and late in the year I accompanied Dr.

Louis National Stock Yards 4's, due 1930, 800.00 $3,440 Note: The greater part of the cost of each Class celebra- tion and the Secretary's Reports has been covered by special funds raised for the purpose. CLASS OF 1901 Charles Waldron Adams Huntington Adams Mortimer Adler *s George Benjamin Franklin Aiken * Benjamin Franklin Allen, 2d Glover Morrill Allen Alden Gifford Alley John Stanley Ames Lewis Darwin Ames George Samuel Amsden John Angus, Jr. Stanley Cunningham Parke Hansell Custis Vanderv^eer Custis Charles Dudley Daly David Daly Richard Henry Dana, Jr.

(Covering period from May 1, 1911, to June 1, 1916.) Receipts: Cash on hand May 1, 1911, $670.10 Subscriptions to Class Fund, 325.00 Interest, 805.04 Sale of $1,000 Oregon Railroad & Navi- gation Company, 4% bond, 944.20 Sale of $1,000 Northern Pacific-Great Northern (C. Southwestern Division, 3i/ 2 's, due 1925, 910.00 $1,000 St. fl Arthur Eckfeldt Corbin Philip Edward Coyle Courtenay Crocker Arthur Payne Crosby Sumner Crosby Herbert Richard Cross s Charles Augustus Crowell, Jr.

In 1911 — great year — I was married in June and my wife and I went to England and Scotland for a month. Phillips on an expedition to the Egyptian Sudan, the Blue Nile and border of Abys- sinia, in the interests of the University Museum. I have written num- erous papers which have appeared in various natural history journals; also a book, The Birds of Massachusetts (pub- lished by R.

In the fall of 1907 I was engaged to work in the University Museum, Museum of Comparative Zoology, on the Mammal Collection and have so continued to this pres- ent. In 1910 I made a similar but shorter trip to the Island of Granada, British "West Indies. Whitney, California, where I collected specimens of natural history for the University Museum. Member: American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Fellow), Boston, American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow), Bos- ton Society of Natural History, Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, Nuttall Ornithological Club, Cambridge, New England Zoological Club, Cambridge, Naturalists' Club, Bos- ton, Biological Society of Washington, Washington, American Ornithologists' Union, Harvard Travellers Club (Fellow), Boston.

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Married Sarah Moody Cushing, Cambridge, Mass., June 26 r 1911. In 1912 our little girl was born, and late in the year I accompanied Dr. Louis National Stock Yards 4's, due 1930, 800.00 $3,440 Note: The greater part of the cost of each Class celebra- tion and the Secretary's Reports has been covered by special funds raised for the purpose. CLASS OF 1901 Charles Waldron Adams Huntington Adams Mortimer Adler *s George Benjamin Franklin Aiken * Benjamin Franklin Allen, 2d Glover Morrill Allen Alden Gifford Alley John Stanley Ames Lewis Darwin Ames George Samuel Amsden John Angus, Jr. Stanley Cunningham Parke Hansell Custis Vanderv^eer Custis Charles Dudley Daly David Daly Richard Henry Dana, Jr. (Covering period from May 1, 1911, to June 1, 1916.) Receipts: Cash on hand May 1, 1911, $670.10 Subscriptions to Class Fund, 325.00 Interest, 805.04 Sale of $1,000 Oregon Railroad & Navi- gation Company, 4% bond, 944.20 Sale of $1,000 Northern Pacific-Great Northern (C. Southwestern Division, 3i/ 2 's, due 1925, 910.00 $1,000 St. fl Arthur Eckfeldt Corbin Philip Edward Coyle Courtenay Crocker Arthur Payne Crosby Sumner Crosby Herbert Richard Cross s Charles Augustus Crowell, Jr. In 1911 — great year — I was married in June and my wife and I went to England and Scotland for a month. Phillips on an expedition to the Egyptian Sudan, the Blue Nile and border of Abys- sinia, in the interests of the University Museum. I have written num- erous papers which have appeared in various natural history journals; also a book, The Birds of Massachusetts (pub- lished by R. In the fall of 1907 I was engaged to work in the University Museum, Museum of Comparative Zoology, on the Mammal Collection and have so continued to this pres- ent. In 1910 I made a similar but shorter trip to the Island of Granada, British "West Indies. Whitney, California, where I collected specimens of natural history for the University Museum. Member: American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Fellow), Boston, American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow), Bos- ton Society of Natural History, Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, Nuttall Ornithological Club, Cambridge, New England Zoological Club, Cambridge, Naturalists' Club, Bos- ton, Biological Society of Washington, Washington, American Ornithologists' Union, Harvard Travellers Club (Fellow), Boston. Mayo Cabell John Harvey Caldwell Walter Castle Walter Charming, Jr.

,000 Oregon Railroad & Navi- gation Company, 4% bond, 944.20 Sale of

Married Sarah Moody Cushing, Cambridge, Mass., June 26 r 1911. In 1912 our little girl was born, and late in the year I accompanied Dr.

Louis National Stock Yards 4's, due 1930, 800.00 $3,440 Note: The greater part of the cost of each Class celebra- tion and the Secretary's Reports has been covered by special funds raised for the purpose. CLASS OF 1901 Charles Waldron Adams Huntington Adams Mortimer Adler *s George Benjamin Franklin Aiken * Benjamin Franklin Allen, 2d Glover Morrill Allen Alden Gifford Alley John Stanley Ames Lewis Darwin Ames George Samuel Amsden John Angus, Jr. Stanley Cunningham Parke Hansell Custis Vanderv^eer Custis Charles Dudley Daly David Daly Richard Henry Dana, Jr.

(Covering period from May 1, 1911, to June 1, 1916.) Receipts: Cash on hand May 1, 1911, $670.10 Subscriptions to Class Fund, 325.00 Interest, 805.04 Sale of $1,000 Oregon Railroad & Navi- gation Company, 4% bond, 944.20 Sale of $1,000 Northern Pacific-Great Northern (C. Southwestern Division, 3i/ 2 's, due 1925, 910.00 $1,000 St. fl Arthur Eckfeldt Corbin Philip Edward Coyle Courtenay Crocker Arthur Payne Crosby Sumner Crosby Herbert Richard Cross s Charles Augustus Crowell, Jr.

In 1911 — great year — I was married in June and my wife and I went to England and Scotland for a month. Phillips on an expedition to the Egyptian Sudan, the Blue Nile and border of Abys- sinia, in the interests of the University Museum. I have written num- erous papers which have appeared in various natural history journals; also a book, The Birds of Massachusetts (pub- lished by R.

In the fall of 1907 I was engaged to work in the University Museum, Museum of Comparative Zoology, on the Mammal Collection and have so continued to this pres- ent. In 1910 I made a similar but shorter trip to the Island of Granada, British "West Indies. Whitney, California, where I collected specimens of natural history for the University Museum. Member: American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Fellow), Boston, American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow), Bos- ton Society of Natural History, Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, Nuttall Ornithological Club, Cambridge, New England Zoological Club, Cambridge, Naturalists' Club, Bos- ton, Biological Society of Washington, Washington, American Ornithologists' Union, Harvard Travellers Club (Fellow), Boston.

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Married Sarah Moody Cushing, Cambridge, Mass., June 26 r 1911. In 1912 our little girl was born, and late in the year I accompanied Dr. Louis National Stock Yards 4's, due 1930, 800.00 $3,440 Note: The greater part of the cost of each Class celebra- tion and the Secretary's Reports has been covered by special funds raised for the purpose. CLASS OF 1901 Charles Waldron Adams Huntington Adams Mortimer Adler *s George Benjamin Franklin Aiken * Benjamin Franklin Allen, 2d Glover Morrill Allen Alden Gifford Alley John Stanley Ames Lewis Darwin Ames George Samuel Amsden John Angus, Jr. Stanley Cunningham Parke Hansell Custis Vanderv^eer Custis Charles Dudley Daly David Daly Richard Henry Dana, Jr. (Covering period from May 1, 1911, to June 1, 1916.) Receipts: Cash on hand May 1, 1911, $670.10 Subscriptions to Class Fund, 325.00 Interest, 805.04 Sale of $1,000 Oregon Railroad & Navi- gation Company, 4% bond, 944.20 Sale of $1,000 Northern Pacific-Great Northern (C. Southwestern Division, 3i/ 2 's, due 1925, 910.00 $1,000 St. fl Arthur Eckfeldt Corbin Philip Edward Coyle Courtenay Crocker Arthur Payne Crosby Sumner Crosby Herbert Richard Cross s Charles Augustus Crowell, Jr. In 1911 — great year — I was married in June and my wife and I went to England and Scotland for a month. Phillips on an expedition to the Egyptian Sudan, the Blue Nile and border of Abys- sinia, in the interests of the University Museum. I have written num- erous papers which have appeared in various natural history journals; also a book, The Birds of Massachusetts (pub- lished by R. In the fall of 1907 I was engaged to work in the University Museum, Museum of Comparative Zoology, on the Mammal Collection and have so continued to this pres- ent. In 1910 I made a similar but shorter trip to the Island of Granada, British "West Indies. Whitney, California, where I collected specimens of natural history for the University Museum. Member: American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Fellow), Boston, American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow), Bos- ton Society of Natural History, Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, Nuttall Ornithological Club, Cambridge, New England Zoological Club, Cambridge, Naturalists' Club, Bos- ton, Biological Society of Washington, Washington, American Ornithologists' Union, Harvard Travellers Club (Fellow), Boston. Mayo Cabell John Harvey Caldwell Walter Castle Walter Charming, Jr.

,000 Northern Pacific-Great Northern (C. Southwestern Division, 3i/ 2 's, due 1925, 910.00

Married Sarah Moody Cushing, Cambridge, Mass., June 26 r 1911. In 1912 our little girl was born, and late in the year I accompanied Dr.

Louis National Stock Yards 4's, due 1930, 800.00 $3,440 Note: The greater part of the cost of each Class celebra- tion and the Secretary's Reports has been covered by special funds raised for the purpose. CLASS OF 1901 Charles Waldron Adams Huntington Adams Mortimer Adler *s George Benjamin Franklin Aiken * Benjamin Franklin Allen, 2d Glover Morrill Allen Alden Gifford Alley John Stanley Ames Lewis Darwin Ames George Samuel Amsden John Angus, Jr. Stanley Cunningham Parke Hansell Custis Vanderv^eer Custis Charles Dudley Daly David Daly Richard Henry Dana, Jr.

(Covering period from May 1, 1911, to June 1, 1916.) Receipts: Cash on hand May 1, 1911, $670.10 Subscriptions to Class Fund, 325.00 Interest, 805.04 Sale of $1,000 Oregon Railroad & Navi- gation Company, 4% bond, 944.20 Sale of $1,000 Northern Pacific-Great Northern (C. Southwestern Division, 3i/ 2 's, due 1925, 910.00 $1,000 St. fl Arthur Eckfeldt Corbin Philip Edward Coyle Courtenay Crocker Arthur Payne Crosby Sumner Crosby Herbert Richard Cross s Charles Augustus Crowell, Jr.

In 1911 — great year — I was married in June and my wife and I went to England and Scotland for a month. Phillips on an expedition to the Egyptian Sudan, the Blue Nile and border of Abys- sinia, in the interests of the University Museum. I have written num- erous papers which have appeared in various natural history journals; also a book, The Birds of Massachusetts (pub- lished by R.

In the fall of 1907 I was engaged to work in the University Museum, Museum of Comparative Zoology, on the Mammal Collection and have so continued to this pres- ent. In 1910 I made a similar but shorter trip to the Island of Granada, British "West Indies. Whitney, California, where I collected specimens of natural history for the University Museum. Member: American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Fellow), Boston, American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow), Bos- ton Society of Natural History, Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, Nuttall Ornithological Club, Cambridge, New England Zoological Club, Cambridge, Naturalists' Club, Bos- ton, Biological Society of Washington, Washington, American Ornithologists' Union, Harvard Travellers Club (Fellow), Boston.

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Married Sarah Moody Cushing, Cambridge, Mass., June 26 r 1911. In 1912 our little girl was born, and late in the year I accompanied Dr. Louis National Stock Yards 4's, due 1930, 800.00 $3,440 Note: The greater part of the cost of each Class celebra- tion and the Secretary's Reports has been covered by special funds raised for the purpose. CLASS OF 1901 Charles Waldron Adams Huntington Adams Mortimer Adler *s George Benjamin Franklin Aiken * Benjamin Franklin Allen, 2d Glover Morrill Allen Alden Gifford Alley John Stanley Ames Lewis Darwin Ames George Samuel Amsden John Angus, Jr. Stanley Cunningham Parke Hansell Custis Vanderv^eer Custis Charles Dudley Daly David Daly Richard Henry Dana, Jr. (Covering period from May 1, 1911, to June 1, 1916.) Receipts: Cash on hand May 1, 1911, $670.10 Subscriptions to Class Fund, 325.00 Interest, 805.04 Sale of $1,000 Oregon Railroad & Navi- gation Company, 4% bond, 944.20 Sale of $1,000 Northern Pacific-Great Northern (C. Southwestern Division, 3i/ 2 's, due 1925, 910.00 $1,000 St. fl Arthur Eckfeldt Corbin Philip Edward Coyle Courtenay Crocker Arthur Payne Crosby Sumner Crosby Herbert Richard Cross s Charles Augustus Crowell, Jr. In 1911 — great year — I was married in June and my wife and I went to England and Scotland for a month. Phillips on an expedition to the Egyptian Sudan, the Blue Nile and border of Abys- sinia, in the interests of the University Museum. I have written num- erous papers which have appeared in various natural history journals; also a book, The Birds of Massachusetts (pub- lished by R. In the fall of 1907 I was engaged to work in the University Museum, Museum of Comparative Zoology, on the Mammal Collection and have so continued to this pres- ent. In 1910 I made a similar but shorter trip to the Island of Granada, British "West Indies. Whitney, California, where I collected specimens of natural history for the University Museum. Member: American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Fellow), Boston, American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow), Bos- ton Society of Natural History, Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, Nuttall Ornithological Club, Cambridge, New England Zoological Club, Cambridge, Naturalists' Club, Bos- ton, Biological Society of Washington, Washington, American Ornithologists' Union, Harvard Travellers Club (Fellow), Boston. Mayo Cabell John Harvey Caldwell Walter Castle Walter Charming, Jr.

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In 1911 — great year — I was married in June and my wife and I went to England and Scotland for a month. Phillips on an expedition to the Egyptian Sudan, the Blue Nile and border of Abys- sinia, in the interests of the University Museum. I have written num- erous papers which have appeared in various natural history journals; also a book, The Birds of Massachusetts (pub- lished by R.

In the fall of 1907 I was engaged to work in the University Museum, Museum of Comparative Zoology, on the Mammal Collection and have so continued to this pres- ent. In 1910 I made a similar but shorter trip to the Island of Granada, British "West Indies. Whitney, California, where I collected specimens of natural history for the University Museum. Member: American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Fellow), Boston, American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow), Bos- ton Society of Natural History, Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, Nuttall Ornithological Club, Cambridge, New England Zoological Club, Cambridge, Naturalists' Club, Bos- ton, Biological Society of Washington, Washington, American Ornithologists' Union, Harvard Travellers Club (Fellow), Boston.