Who's who in New England, Volume 2

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A.N. Marquis, 1915 - New England
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Page 232 - Mass. Pioneer in many elec. Improvements; laid out first polyphase power transmission plant to be put into successful operation in America; also pioneer In designing alternating current generators for high voltages, and many other developments: also consulting eng'r Northern Elec. Mfg. Co.; dir.
Page 324 - WHO'S WHO IN AMERICA Internal. Inventions Exbn., Loadon, 1885); automatic systems for ocean cables; rapid machine telegraphy for land lines, etc. Has perfected system of automatic telegraphy capable of transmitting and plainly recording 3,000 words per minute over single wire. Mem. and ex-v.-p. Am. Inst.
Page 62 - ... Residence: 52 W. 53rd St., New York. BAILEY, Solon Irving:, asso. prof, astronomy, Harvard Univ.; b. Lisbon, NH, Dec. 29, 1854; .s. Israel C. and Jane (Sutherland) B.; ed. Tilton Acad., 1876-7; grad.
Page 166 - The Main Points, 1899; Social Message of the Modern Pulpit, 1906; The Strange Ways of God; The Young Man's Affairs; Faith and Health, 1910; The Modern Man's Religion, 1911; The Latent Energies in Life, 1912; The Quest of Life...
Page 79 - May 21, 1901, with rank of brig.gen.; retired from active service. May 22, 1901. Comm'r US Mil. prison, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., 1873-94; mil. sec. to Sees, of War, Ramsey, Lincoln, Endicott and Proctor; judge advocate In many Important court-martial cases, notably those of Gen.
Page 3 - ... in which the biographical sketch appeared, and, if deceased, the fact has been noted, with the date of death when known. This feature will be of particular value to those who may wish to secure reliable biographical information about many men who were prominent in the business or social life of Chicago in the opening years of the twentieth century, but who have passed to the "great beyond," leaving no other printed record of their life-work.
Page 52 - Insolvency for 6 yrs., and Is an asso. justice of the municipal court of Boston (West Roxbury Dist.). Author: The Law Concerning Farms; American Farm and Game Laws; American Fish and Game Laws; Liquor Law In New England.
Page 69 - B.; studied at Art Students' League, New York, and in Rome and Florence; m. Mabel Croft, 1909. Awarded scholarship Art Students' League; Shaw Prize Fund, 1905; Thomas B. Clarke Prize, 1906; Architectural League Medal, 1906 and 1907; medal. Buenos Aires Internat.
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