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1st lieutenant 2d lieutenant Academy Albans Albert April Arthur assistant engineer August B. S. in C. E. base ball team Bellows Falls Benjamin born in Northfield Brattleboro Burlington Capt captain Charles CHARLES COMSTOCK Civil Engineering Clark Club Company Conn corporal corps of cadets County Dartmouth College December degree of A. M. died e. f. New York Edward Edwin engaged entered the University February foot ball team Francis Frank Franklin Fraternity Fred Frederick George grad graduating B. S. Harry Hartford James January John Joseph July June LIEUT March married Mary Mass Montpelier n t Address NON-GRADUATES Northfield High School Norwich University November October parents removed practiced his profession prepared for college Randolph Regiment resides Reveille Robert Rutland Samuel Sanborn Map School and entered Sept served Smith Thomas trustee University in September University of Vermont Vermont Vermont National Guard Walter Washington York city
Page 74 - ... respected and admired. He was a man of learning and acumen. He was a voluminous, careful, and exhaustive reader, yet never at any time in his addresses, in conversation, or in discussion, did he betray the consequence of the pedant, or assume to be other than a sincere inquirer after truth. The doctor had never belonged to a military organization, but somehow he had acquired the swinging stride of the modern soldier, and in his best days at Norwich it was a pleasant and invigorating sight to...
Page i - mid early scenes, Might she repose again ; But on the hills of Northfield, Robed in imperial green, Crowned with the love of loyal sons, She sits, our peerless queen. Her dowry is the faith of sons Who loved her in their youth, The loyal zeal of each cadet Who follows knightly truth. We mourn our honored Dr. Bourns2, Staunch General Jackman, too3 ; Crowned be each name with lasting fame, Loved champions of NU ! At Norwich or at Northfield Our hearts shall ever glow...
Page 106 - At the time of his death he was a member of the Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of the American Revolution, and of various clubs in Cleveland, New York, Washington, Boston, and Palm Beach.
Page 196 - He held life membership in the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education, and the American Geographic Society.
Page 176 - A member of the American Medical Association, the New York Academy of Medicine, 1877-82, American Association for the Cure of Inebriates, 1870-82, of which he was president in 1875-77.
Page 175 - AM, and obtained his medical degree from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City in 1870.
Page 142 - He received his early education in the grammar and high schools of that city, and was a member of the high school, class of 1904.
Page 115 - He is a member of the American Medical Association: Massachusetts Medical Society; Boston Society for Medical Improvement; Boston Society for Medical Sciences; Brookline Medical Club.
Page 307 - He entered into partnership with his father, under the firm name of FH & CE Flandrau, in Whitesboro, Oneida county, and so continued until the fall of 1853. Whether the famous slogan of Greeley,