Who's who in New York City and State, Issue 3
John William Leonard, William Frederick Mohr, Frank R. Holmes, Herman Warren Knox, 0infield Scott Downs
L.R. Hamersly Company, 1907 - New York (N.Y.)
Containing authentic biographies of New Yorkers who are leaders and representatives in various departments of worthy human achievement including sketches of every army and navy officer born in or appointed from New York and now serving, of all the congressmen from the state, all state senators and judges, and all ambassadors, ministers and consuls appointed from New York.
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Page 417 - Clergyman's Visiting List, in morocco, with tuck for the pocket. Foolscap, price 7s. 6d. Doane, Rt. Rev. Wm. Croswell, DD, Bishop of Albany. Mosaics ; or, the Harmony of Collect, Epistle, and Gospel for the Sundays of the Christian Year.
Page 129 - Jamaica in 1850; or the Effect of Sixteen years of Freedom on a Slave Colony.
Page 246 - ... associated with others in establishing a rollingmill, and from this has grown the most extensive and complete system of iron and steel industries ever controlled by one individual, embracing the Edgar Thomson Steel Works; Pittsburg Bessemer Steel Works; Lucy Furnaces; Union Iron Mills; Union Mill; Keystone Bridge Works; Hartman Steel Works; Frick Coke Co.; Scotia Ore Mines. Besides directing his immense iron industries he owned eighteen English newspapers which he ran in the interest or the Radicals.
Page 395 - Rob Roy," " The Knickerbockers," " The Tzigane," " The Mandarin,"
Page 385 - A Year from a Correspondent's Note-Book; Stories for Boys; The Cuban and Porto Rican Campaigns; Cinderella and Other Stories; Dr. Jameson's Raiders; Exiles; Lion and the Unicorn...
Page 252 - The Adventures of Jones (1895); The Voyage of the Rattletrap (1897); Mr. Milo Bush and Other Worthies, Their Recollections ( 1899) ; and, above all, Track's End (1911), ranked among the best American stories for boys.
Page 255 - York, 1881-1899; first to make photographs on celluloid, 1883; first to restore in open court fraudulently bleached out handwriting, 1884...
Page 303 - Classis of New York as one of ministers of the (Collegiate) Reformed Protestant Dutch Ch., Oct. 2, 1879; pastor ch. cor. 5th Av. and W. 48th St., till Jan., 1899; since then senior minister without charge of specific congregation. Trustee Rutgers Coll. since 1887, of Robert Coll., Constantinople, since 1894...
Page 294 - The Influence of the Dutch and Huguenots in the Formation of the American Republic; Louis XIV and the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes; The Huguenot Settlement at New Paltz, in Ulster County; Huguenot Medals in the British Museums; Founders of New Amsterdam; Dutch Governors of New York...