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Biographical Sketch of Francis Joseph Wing

Wing, Francis Joseph; judge; born North Bloomfield, Trumbull County, O., Sept. 14, 1850; son of Joseph Knowles and Mary (Brown) Wing; educated, Phillips Academy, Andover, and Harvard University, 1868-18i 1; married Mary Brackett Remington, of Cleveland, Sept. 25, 1878; admitted to Ohio bar; asst. United States district attorney, Northern District of Ohio, 1880-1881; judge Court of Common Pleas, Cuyahoga County, O., 1899-1901; United States district judge, Northern District of Ohio, 1901-1905 (resigned); member Delta Kappa...

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Biographical Sketch of Charles Franklin Thwing

Thwing, Charles Franklin; university pres.; born, New Sharon, Me., Nov. 9, 1853; son of Joseph P. and Hannah M. (Hopkins) Thwing; A. B., Harvard, 1876; graduated Andover Theological Seminary, 1879; (S. T. D., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1889; LL. D., Marietta, 1894, Illinois College, 1894, Waynesburg, 1901, Washington and Jefferson, 1902, Kenyon, 1910); married Carrie F. Butler, Sept. 18, 1879 (died, April 24, 1898); 2d, Mary Gardiner Dunning, Dec. 22, 1906; ordained congregational ministry, 1879; pastor North Ave. Church, Cambridge, Mass., 1879-1886, Plymouth Church, Minneapolis, 1886-1890; pres. Western Reserve University and Adelbert College, since 1890; associate editor Bibliotheca Sacra since 1884. Club: University. Author: American Colleges Their Students and Work, 1878; The Reading of Books, 1883; The Family (with Mrs. Thwing), 1886; The Working Church; Within College Walls; The College Woman, 1894; The American College in American Life; The Best Life; College Administration, 1900; The Youth’s Dream of Life; God in His World; If I Were a College Student, 1902; The Choice of a College, 1901; A Liberal Education and a Liberal Faith, 1903; College Training and the Business Man; A History of Higher Education in America, 1906; Education in the Far East, 1909; History of Education in the United States since the Civil War, 1910; Universities of the World, 1911. Editor-in-chief of the Biographical History of Ohio. Contributor to magazines and speaker on educational...

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Biographical Sketch of David William Teachout

Teachout, David William; merchant; born, Cleveland, Sept. 20, 1886; son of Albert R. and Sarah Parmly Teachout; educated, Hiram College, 1908, degree of M. A.; Harvard, 1910; married, Hiram, O., June 20, 1911, Ruth Eugene Meigs, Nanking, China; one son, David William, Jr.; vice pres. and treas. The A. Teachout Co.; treas. and gen. mgr. The Edgewater Co.; sec’y The Broadway Co.; director The Coates Co.; The Big Four Milling Co., and the Teachout Sash, Door & Glass Co., Columbus; Fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon; member Lakewood Tennis Club, Chamber of Commerce, and University...

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Biographical Sketch of Mars E. Wagar

Wagar, Mars E.; pres. The Western Reserve Insurance Co.; born, Lakewood, O., June 24, 1858; educated, Cleveland High School; graduated, Harvard College, 1881, degree A. B., and degree A. M., 1901; Paris, Leipsic and Zurich; teacher Central High School, in 1882; for six years member the Public Library Board; has traveled extensively; pres. the Mars Wagar Realty Co.; sec’y the Sheriff St. Market & Storage Co.; member Rowfant, Roadside, and Clifton Clubs; trustee new Church of Lakewood; director the Century Club; pres. Harvard Club; politically Independent...

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Biographical Sketch of Frederick Clayton Waite

Waite, Frederick Clayton; college prof.; born, Hudson, O., May 24, 1870; son of Nelson and Cynthia (Post) Waite; graduate Western Reserve Academy, Hudson, 1888; B. Litt., Western Reserve University, Cleveland, 1892, A. M., 1894; A. M., Harvard, 1896, Ph. D., 1898; unmarried; asst. in biology, Western Reserve, 1892-1895; Morgan fellow, 1896-1897; demonstrator zoology, 1907.1908; Harvard, instructor biology, high schools, New York, 1898-1900; New York University, 1899-1900; asst. in anatomy, Rush Medical College, Chicago, 1900-1901; asst. prof. histology and embryology, 1901-1904; asso. prof., 1904-1906, prof., 1906-; sec’y of faculty, 1907-; Western Reserve University; fellow A. A. A. S.; member Association American Anatomists, American Society Naturalists, American Society Zoologists, American Microscopic Society, Boston Society Natural History, Ohio Academy Sciences, Cleveland Academy Medicine; asso. member A. M. A.; vice pres. Association American Medical Colleges, 1905-1906; member Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Omega Alpha. Club:...

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Biographical Sketch of John Royal Snyder

Snyder, John Royal; attorney-at-law; born, Stark County, O., Feb. 11, 1876; son of John J. and Maria Shearer Snyder; educated, Mt. Union, 1899, A. B., Junior Scholarship prize; Harvard, 1909, L. B.; married, Massillon, Gertrude Smith; treas. Stark County, 1902-1906; deputy county treas. 1899-1902; treas. City of Canton, 1902-1904; member B. P. O. E., No. 68, F. & A. M., I. O. O. F., No. 39; Jr. O. U. A. M., No. 60, and A. T. O. Fraternity. Recreations: Tennis, Baseball and...

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Biographical Sketch of Harvey R. Snyder

Snyder, Harvey R.; attorney; born, Mapleton, O., Oct. 17, 1880; son of John J. and Maria Shearer Snyder; educated, Harvard College, A. B., 1905; Harvard Law School, LL. B., 1908; married, Alliance, O., March 20, 1910, Mary Charlotte Bracher; issue, one daughter, Mary Katherine Snyder; practising law in Cleveland since 1909; member Masonic Societies, and Alpha Nu Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity; member Harvard Varsity Club; coach of Western Reserve University football team seasons 1911-1912-1913 as a recreation and diversion; coached Oberlin College team...

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Biographical Sketch of Arthur Adelbert Stearns

Stearns, Arthur Adelbert; attorney; born, Olmsted, O., July 18, 1858; son of Edmund and Anna J. Marsh Stearns; educated, Buchtel College, A. B. A. M., honorary degree LL. D., Harvard Law School; issue, three children; business connections, 1884-1890, Stearns & Kelley; 1902-1904, Stearns & Chamberlain; 1904-1909, Carr, Stearns, Chamberlain & Royon; 1909, Stearns, Chamberlain & Royon; sec’y Cleveland Bar Ass’n, 1890 to 1898; 1905, pres. Cleveland Bar Ass’n; trustee Buchtel College; member Chamber of Commerce and Union Club. Author of “Stearns on Suretyship” (1903), “Annotated Cases on Suretyship”...

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Biographical Sketch of Henry Lindsay Sanford

Sanford, Henry Lindsay; surgeon; born, Boston, Mass., April 7, 1873; son of Henry Dean and Ellen Lindsay Sanford; educated, Harvard University, A. B., 1896, M. D., 1900; married, Cleveland, Mary Fairfield, Colt, March 17, 1909; asst. visiting surgeon Lakeside Hospital; pres. Cleveland Academy of Medicine; sec’y Cleveland Medical Library Ass’n; member American Medical Ass’n, and American Urological Ass’n; member University, and Mayfield...

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Biographical Sketch of Clarence E. Sanders

Sanders, Clarence E.; lawyer; born, Jacksonville, Ill., June 18, 1867; son of William and Cornelia R. Smith. Sanders; educated, Illinois College, 1889, A. B., Harvard University, 1896, LL, B.; associated with law firm of Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, since October, 1896; became member of the firm in July, 1911; member Union, Country, University, and East End Tennis Clubs. Recreations: Tennis and...

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Biographical Sketch of Minot Judson Savage

Savage, Minot Judson; Clergyman; born, Norridgewock, Me., June, 10, 1841; son of Joseph L. and Ann S. (Stinson) Savage; fitted for college, but did not take course, because of poor health; graduate Bangor Theological Seminary, 1864; (D. D., Harvard, 1896); married Ella A. Dodge, of Harvard, Mass., 1864; Congregational home missionary in California, 1864-1867; pastor, Framingham Mass., 1867-1869, Hannibal, Mo., 1869-1873; became Unitarian; pastor Third Unitarian Church, Chicago, 1873-1874, Church of the Unity, Boston, 1874-1896; minister Church of the Messiah, New York, 1896-1906; retired. Author: Christianity, the Science of Manhood, 1873; The Religion of Evolution, 1876; Light on the Cloud, 1876; Bluffton, a Story of Today, 1878; Life Questions, 18-79; The Morals of Evolution, 1880; Talk About Jesus, 1881; Poems, 1882; Belief in Good, 1881; Beliefs About Man, 1882; Beliefs About the Bible, 1883; The Modern Sphinx, 1883; Man, Woman and Child, 1884; The Religious Life, 1885; Social Problems, 1886; These Degenerate Days, 1887; My Creed, 1887; Religious Reconstruction, 1888; Signs of the Times, 1889; Helps for Daily Living, 1889; Life, 1890; Four Great Questions Concerning God, 1891; The Irrepressible Conflict Between Two World-Theories, 1891; The Evolution of Christianity, 1892: Is this a Good World? 1893; Jesus and Modern Life, 1893; A Ma, 1895; Religion for Today, 1897; Our Unitarian Gospel, 1898; Hymns, 1898; The Minister’s Handbook; Psychics. Facts and Theories; Life’s Dark Problems, 1905; Life Beyond Death, 1901;...

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Biographical Sketch of Charles Wheeler Pratt

Pratt, Charles Wheeler; engineering, civil and landscape; born, Nashua, N. H., in 1865; son of Charles W. and Sarah Ann White Pratt; early education in public schools of Boston, Mass.; attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology; married, Cleveland, 1902, Miss Frederika Bailey; in 1881, worked for E. W. Bowdich, of Boston; engaged in waterworks and sewer construction and landscape gardening; came to Cleveland in 1893, and in 1894, entered the employ of the old park board, as chief engineer; during the time all the present public parks were built: in 1900, took up private practice of his profession; designed. Ambler Heights, Euclid Heights, and the original group plan as adopted by the Chamber of Commerce; formerly member Massachusetts National Guard, Road Commissioner and Engineer in the Village of Brahanaw; member Country Club. Recreation:...

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Biographical Sketch of Albert E. Powell

Powell, Albert E.; attorney-at-law; born, Montreal Can., Nov. 9, 1874; son of Lewis T. and Mary Lyndon Powell; educated Western Reserve University (LL. B., 1899); attended Harvard Law School, 1899-1900; began practice in Cleveland in the fall of 1900; formerly in partnership with Martin A. Foran and A. J. Pierson; both are now judges of the Common Pleas Court of Cuyahoga County; is now practicing alone; member Harvard Club, Masonic Order, and Royal Arcanum, and Tippecanoe...

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Biographical Sketch of Charles Pierpont Punchard

Punchard, Charles Pierpont, Jr.; landscape architect; born, Farmingham, Mass., June 3, 1885; son of Charles P. and Mattie Blanchard Punchard; educated, public schools, Farmingham, Mass., Brookline, Mass.; special student, dept. Landscape Architecture; graduate School of Applied Science, Harvard University, 1909-1911; member Troop A, First Squadron Cavalry, O. N. G.; enlisted, May, 1912; previous to coming to Cleveland, was connected with various landscape architects in Boston, on both private and public work; partner Evans & Punchard; member American Society Landscape Architecture. Recreations: Tennis and...

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Biographical Sketch of William Rothenberg

Rothenberg, William; lawyer; born, Cleveland, Aug. 1.9, 1883; son of Leopold and Ella Feniger Rothenberg; educated, Central High School, Cleveland, 1897-1901; Harvard College, 1901-1904, A. B., Cleveland Law School, LL. B., 1904-1907; director The McClure Co., The Ohio Art Embroidery Co., The Miller Cloak Co., The Victor Electric & Stamping Co.; member Cleveland Council of Sociology, Cleveland Bar Ass’n, Commercial Law Ass’n of America; member Chamber of Commerce, the Excelsior, Athletic, and Rotary...

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