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Page 43 - numerous philosophical, civic and scientific bodies, among them the American Institute of Architects, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Institute of Mining Engineers, the National Civic Federation, the American Philosophic Society, and the New York Chamber of Commerce. He was a Commander of the Legion of Honor of France, and had also received the Grand Crosses, Order of Orange Nassau and
Page 88 - to the Harvard Law School, and two years later received his degree of Bachelor of Laws. He was admitted to the Bar in 1859. He became associated with
Page 139 - last march northward ended at ten o'clock on the forenoon of April 6th. After the usual arrangements for going into camp he made the final observation, indicating that his position was then
Page 228 - of the Bar Association of New York City, the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, and the
Page 228 - The reports of causes argued by him supported the judgment of those who heard or read the arguments that they exhibited a wide range of sound learning, extraordinary discrimination, capacity to divine crucial questions, and power of effective presentation.
Page 30 - the American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society and a member of the American Historical Association, New York State Library Association, Century, Authors, National Arts and Cornell University Clubs, being president of the latter in 1882.
Page 66 - Fold, Protestant Episcopal Society for the Promotion of Religion and Learning in the State of New York, and