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.
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Page 281 - Adventures of Tom Sawyer, 1876; Punch Brothers, Punch, 1878; A Tramp Abroad...
Page 243 - Annie Abrams. Handwriting expert since 1876; in 1880 separated white light Into complementary parts In order to absorb the actinic rays on the sensitive plate— patented this photographic process— the present chromatic processes are based on this principle; official grand...
Page 43 - AUTHOR: The Doomswoman, 1892; A Whirl Asunder, 1895; Patience Sparhawk and Her Times, 1897; His Fortunate Grace, 1897; American Wives and English Husbands...
Page 163 - THAUSING.— The Theory and Practice of the Preparation of Malt and the Fabrication of Beer : With especial reference to the Vienna Process of Brewing. Elaborated from personal experience by JULIUS E. THAUSING, Professor at the School for Brewers, and at the Agricultural Institute, Modling, near Vienna.
Page 93 - HHA (Amy Marcy Cheney Beach); b. Henniker, NH, Sept. 5, 1867; d. Charles Abbott and Clara Imogene (Marcy) Cheney; early ed'n under her mother; piano and harmony under Junius W. Hill, Ernest Perabo and Carl Baermann; studied fugue, form, counterpoint and instrumentation alone with text books; played in concerts and recitals from 1883; since 1885 musical work has chiefly been composition; m.
Page 271 - Cong'l ch. ; founded, Feb., 1881, the Soc. of Christian Endeavor, which has extended throughout the world; pastor Phillips Ch., South Boston, 1883-7; since then has devoted his time to the Christian Endeavor work as pres.
Page 160 - In the publishing of home amusements. Organized the Milton Bradley Co. at Springfield, Mass., for the mfr. and publication of Home Amusements and Kindergarten and School Material and Supplies in 1863. In 1868 published Paradise of Childhood, by Prof. Edward Wiebe, then of Springfield, first authentic presentation of the subject of kindergarten Instruction in US ; soon after undertook preparation 01 the line of material necessary for the Introduction of kindergartens In this country.
Page 366 - London, 1849-53; practiced law, New York, and at same time Am. corr. London Times, 185461; mem. NY legislature, 1869; Asst. Sec. of State, US, 1869-71, and 1873-4; agt. U. S. Govt. before Geneva Court of Arbitration, Alabama Claims, 1871; US minister to Germany, 1874-7; judge US Court of Claims, 1878-82. Author: The Massachusetts Justice; The Case of the United States Before the Tribunal of Arbitration at Geneva; Treaties of the United States, With Notes; Mr. Fish and the "Alabama
Page 359 - Wlnthrop More, prof, political economy, Princeton, since 1892; b. Dayton, O., Sept. 30, 1867; s. EAD ; grad Princeton, 1888 (AM, 1890); studied 1 yr. Univ. Leipzig: m. Oct. 12, 1898. Joan Robertson, Montville, Conn. Author: Revision and Continuation of Alexander Johnston's History of the United States, 1897 H4; Elements of Public Finance, 1899 H4; Continuation of Alexander Johnston's History of American Politics, 1902 H4. Contb'r to Atlantic and other mags.