Scannell's New Jersey's First Citizens and State Guide ...: Genealogies and Biographies of Citizens of New Jersey with Informing Glimpses Into the State's History, Affairs, Officialism and Institutions ...
J. J. Scannell, 1919 - New Jersey
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Page 645 - He was educated at the New York Free Academy (now the College of the City of New York; AB, 1854), New York University (MD, 1860), and Union Theological Seminary (1861).
Page 248 - Sciences, the American Institute of Mining Engineers, the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Chemical Society, NY State Chamber of Commerce, Sons of the Revolution, and the Colonial Society of America.
Page 368 - The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers and The American Society of Naval Engineers for "Illustrious and Devoted Service to his Profession, his Country and his Fellowman" — the only such award ever given.
Page 361 - Wolcott made him inspector-general of rifle practice on his staff with the rank of brigadier-general. At the outbreak of the war between the United States and Spain in April, 1898, he resigned to become adjutant in the 6th infantry, MVM, with the rank of lieutenant.
Page 148 - The fifth annual meeting of the National Conference Committee on Standards of Colleges and Secondary Schools was...
Page 493 - And, sixth, the lodgment in the hands of the Executive of the power, in case of military necessity, to take control of such portions and such rolling stock of the railways of the country as may be required for military use and to operate them for military purposes, with authority to draft into the military service of the United States such train crews and administrative officials as the circumstances require for their safe and efficient use.
Page 434 - He is a member of the Sons of the Revolution, the Society of the War of 1812, the Fort Orange Club, the Albany Country Club and the University Club of Albany.
Page 647 - ... Wisconsin, and Black, of Illinois; was elected Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Army in 1905. William Clark Taylor and Theodore L Cogswell are Deputy Registers of Wills. Herbert L. Davis, Auditor of the Court, was born in the City of Washington, in the year 1874, the son of Augustus and Mary Allen Davis. He was educated in the public schools of the city and at the Columbian University. Mr. Davis married a daughter of John Malcom and Frances Conway Grahame.
Page 419 - Doctor DAVIDSON. I will ask Dr. John K. Norton, director of research of the National Education Association to read Doctor Blair's statement and also statements from Dr. Frank D. Boynton, superintendent of schools at Ithaca, NY, and president of the department of superintendence of the National Education Association, and from two former presidents of the department of superintendence, Dr. JM Gwinn, superintendent of schools of San Francisco, and Dr. Randall J. Condon, superintendent of schools at...