Men of Mark in Connecticut: Ideals of American Life Told in Biographies and Autobiographies of Eminent Living Americans, Volume 4

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Page 193 - He was also a member of the Society of Colonial Wars and the Sons of the American Revolution, of various city clubs and high in the Masonic fraternities and a member of the Portland Lodge of Elks.
Page 17 - Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, the Society of Colonial Wars, and the Huguenot Society of New York City.
Page 208 - University from which he was graduated with the degree of LL.B. in June 1888, and was admitted to the bar of the District of Columbia.
Page 226 - It is separated from the river by the embankment and trestle of the Shore Line Division of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad, having a draw of 55 feet width.
Page 34 - ... after he had completed his studies at the Morristown Academy, Alfred Vail went into the Speedwell Iron Works and contented himself with the duties of his position until he reached his majority. He then determined to prepare himself for the ministry, and at the age of twenty-five he entered the University of the City of New York, where he was graduated in 1836. His health becoming impaired he labored for a time under much uncertainty as to his future course. Professor SFB Morse had come to the...
Page 158 - Palmer, their associates and successors, are hereby made a corporation, by the name of the Society for the Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education, for...
Page 368 - He was for several terms a member of Allegheny councils from the Fourth Ward. During his term of office he was chairman of the committee on parks...
Page 86 - Association, having been elected a member in 1849 and trustee in 1858 ; he was a member of the Union League Club of New York...
Page 181 - He was, a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery company of Boston, 1794-1844, and frequently conducted the music on public occasions.
Page 189 - Hays has been a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows since he was twenty-one years old, having passed all the chairs, and he served as trustee for ten years.

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