Who's who in America, Volume 3
John William Leonard, Albert Nelson Marquis
Marquis Who's Who, 1903 - United States
Vols. 28-30 accompanied by separately published parts with title: Indices and necrology.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Acad Address admitted to bar Agr'l AMERICA apptd army Assn asso asst atty Author Bapt Bldg Boston brig.-gen Brooklyn Calif capt Charles Chicago chmn City clergyman Club Coll Columbia Comm'n Cong'l Congress congressman Conn Contb'r Conv corr Court dept dist ed'n editor edn'l educator Elizabeth eng'r Exp'n France Geol George grad Harvard Harvard Law School Henry Hist History Hosp Inst instr Internat Iowa James John jours July June June 29 jurist lawyer lecturer Louis mags Mary Mass Minn Office Ohio Paris pastor Phi Beta Kappa Phila physician pres Presby'n prof Republican Residence School Science Sept soldier sp'l studied law supt Tenn Theol Thomas thor U. S. senator Union Union army Univ vols Washington WHO'S William Yale York
Page 163 - Eased upon Actual Experience. By F. DAWIDOWSKY, Technical Chemist. Translated from the German, with extensive additions, including a description of the most Recent American Processes, by WILLIAM T. BRANNT, Graduate of the Royal Agricultural College of Eldena, Prussia.
Page 276 - Report of a Commission Appointed to Consider a General System of Drainage for the Valleys of Mystic, Blackstone and Charles Rivers, 1886 (State publ.).
Page xv - DC District of Columbia. DCL Doctor of Civil Law. DD Doctor of Divinity. DDS Doctor of Dental Surgery.
Page 243 - Handwriting expert since 1876; in 1880 separated white light into complementary parts in order to absorb the actinic rays on the sensitive plate...
Page 189 - Author: French Traits, an Essay In Comparative Criticism, 1889; French Art, Classic and Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, 1892; Victorian Prose Masters (Thackeray, Carlyle, George Eliot, Matthew Arnold Ruskln, George Meredith), 1901; American Prose Masters (Cooper.
Page 201 - Rosa roses; gigantic forms of amaryllis, tigridias, the Shasta Daisy, Giant and Fragrance callas; and various new apples, peaches, nuts, berries and other valuable trees, fruits, flowers, grasses, grains and vegetables.
Page 366 - Case" of the United States before the tribunal of arbitration at Geneva, and of the intense feeling manifested by the British nation through the press and in Parliament and elsewhere on that subject, I have deemed this case worthy of specific and full report.
Page 208 - Brown University In the Civil War, 1868; The Act of Baptism in the History of the Christian Church.