Who's Who in the World, 1912

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International Who's Who Publishing Company, 1911 - 1133 pages
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Page 337 - D. ; is a lawyer by profession, and married; was a member of the house of representatives of the Twenty-second General Assembly of Iowa; a member of the Republican national committee from...
Page 154 - Hagerman; entered the law department of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, and was graduated in 1892; entered upon the practice of law at Kansas City...
Page 144 - Richmond is hereby authorized and directed to continue the contracts with the Metropolitan Museum of Art; the American Museum of Natural History; the New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden foundations, and with the New York Zoological Society for the maintenance of the Aquarium in Battery park; 2. The commissioner for the boroughs of Brooklyn...
Page 127 - December, 1872, to accept the clerkship of the courts of oyer and terminer and quarter sessions of the peace at Philadelphia, having been elected by the people; was reelected clerk of courts in 1875; was delegate at large to the Republican national convention at Philadelphia in 1872, also delegate from the First Congressional district to the Republican national convention at Cincinnati in 1876, at Chicago in 1884 and 1888, at Minneapolis in 1892, St.
Page 351 - He was a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England and an hon.
Page 315 - Historical poems: The Song of America and Columbus, 1892; The Conquest of Mexico and Peru, 1893; The War for the Union, or the Duel Between North and South, 1899.
Page 234 - A list of members of the Committee on Finance and Currency of the New York Chamber of Commerce...
Page 313 - The Elizabethan Hamlet, 1895; Schoolboy Life in England, 1898; An American at Oxford, 1902; A New Portrait of Shakespeare, 1903; The First Loves of Perilla, 1903; The Cave Man, 1907; Which College for the Boy?
Page 103 - ... received medals at the Paris Exposition, at Atlanta, Philadelphia Temple, Paris, Buffalo, and California. He is organized and in 1889-1906 was president of the American Fine Arts Society; was president of Carnegie Music Hall in 1896-1905; and in 1916 president of the National Academy Association. He is a member of the National Academy of Design, Society of American Artists, New York Water Color Club, Architectural League, Municipal Art Society and the Fine Arts Federation. He is also a member...

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