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VOLUME 47 NUMBERS 



BULLETIN 



OF THE 



Massachusetts 

Institute of Technology 




REGISTER 
OF FORMER STUDENTS 

MARCH, 1912 



Published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 
in December, January, March, and June. 



Entered December 3, 1904, at the Post-office, Boston, Mass^ as second^Iass 
matter, under Act of Congress of July 16, 1694, 



PUBLICATIONS 

OF THE 

MASSACHUSETTS 
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. 



THE BULLETIN. 

OOMPRISINQ THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS". — 

CATALOGUE of the Officers and Studenis, -ynth a statement of the Require 
ments for Admission; a full description of the Ck)ur8es of Instruction; and 
an account of the Lowell School for Industrial Foremen. 

Issued in December 

REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT AND TREASURER, including Statistics 
Reports of Departments, and Titles of Publications of Members of tb( 
Instructing Staff. Issued in January 

REGISTER OF FORMER STUDENTS, comprising Alphabetical and Geo 
graphical Registers, Professional Occupations, Addresses, and a List o: 
Alumni Associations. Issued in March 

PROGRAMME of the Courses of Instruction offered during the followinj 
school year. Identical in form with the Catalogue, but not containing th( 
Register of Students. Issued in June 

DEPARTMENT CIRCULARS. 

Circulars describing in detail the departments of Mechanical Engineering ; MiU' 
ing Engineering; Architecture; and Naval Architecture. 

SPECIAL DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS. 

Summer Courses, iisued in March; Admission from Other Colleges ; Th< 
Research Laboratory of Physical Chemistry; Advanced Study and Re 
search ; and Guide to the Libraries of the Institute. 

Any of the above publications will be sent free upon application to 

ALLYNE L. MERRILL, Secretury of the Faculty, 
491 Boylston Street, Boston, Masai 



PubliciUions coni.iiw.ed on insid-e 6f hack cover. 



Volume 47 



Number 3 



BULLETIN 

OF THE 



Massachusetts 

Institute of Technology 



BOSTON 




REGISTER 
OF FORMER STUDENTS 



AN ACCOUNT OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS 



March, 1912 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Preface 5 

Alphabetical Register 7 

Geographical Register : 

United States 460 

Foreign Countries 512 

Alumni Associations 516 



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PREFACE. 



This Register contains the names of all persons who have 
been enrolled for at least one term as students in any of the 
courses of instruction in the School of Industrial Science or 
in the School of Mechanic Arts of the Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology, and whose connection with the Institute 
as undergraduates terminated before October i, 1911. In 
general, however, the names of students who entered with 
classes that graduate after 191 1 are not included, even when 
such students are not at present attending the Institute. 
The annual Register of Graduates hitherto issued will prob- 
ably be discontinued, and it is expected that revised editions 
of this Register will be published from time to time, perhaps 
at intervals of five years. 

The addresses and occupations have been corrected in ac- 
cordance with information furnished prior to April, 1912. 
The omission of an address indicates either that none has 
been supplied or that letters mailed to the last known address 
have been returned as unclaimed. Information regarding 
incorrect or missing addresses and occupations is earnestly 
desired by the Registrar. 

In the Alphabetical Register the Roman numerals and year 
following a name indicate the Department and year in which 
the student received the degree of S.B., Bachelor of Science, 
viz.: — • 



I. 


Civil Engineering. 


X. 


Chemical Engineering. 


II. 


Mechanical Engineering. 


XI. 


Sanitary Engineering. 


III. 


Mining Engineering and Metallurgy. 


XII. 


Geology. 


IV. 


Architecture. 


XIII. 


Naval Architecture and Marine 


v. 


Chemistry. 




Engineering. 


VI. 


Electrical Engineering. 


XIV. 


Electro-chemistry. 


VII. 


Biology and Public Health. 


S.&L. 


Science and Literature. 


VIII. 


Physics. 


Phil. 


Philosophy. 


IX. 


General Studies. 


Elect. 


Elective. 



6 PREFACE 

If a graduate has received only an advanced degree from 
the Institute, this degree, together with the year in which it 
was conferred, is indicated. In case a graduate has received 
not only the Bachelor's degree but also advanced degrees from 
the Institute, these are recorded in the order in which they 
were granted. Graduates of the Course for Naval Construc- 
tors are designated by the symbol xiii a. In the case of 
special students the years of attendance are shown and also 
so far as is practicable the Course pursued. Degrees received 
from other institutions are placed immediately after the 
name. 

Graduates and special students of the School of Mechanic 
Arts of the Institute are indicated in a manner correspond- 
ing with the rest of the general scheme. 

Parentheses, used in connection with the names, indicate, 
so far as is known, the usual form of signature. 

The Geographical Register is intended to serve merely as an 
index. For more detailed information in regard to any indi- 
vidual, reference may be made to the Alphabetical Register, 

Particular attention is called to the various Alumni Asso- 
ciations, membership in which is open to all former students 
of the Institute, whether graduates or not. It is earnestly 
hoped that these organizations will constantly increase in 
number and influence. All persons who have been connected 
with the Institute are urged to identify themselves with one 
or more of these associations. 

The editors desire to express their appreciation of the great 
interest shown by the Alumni in this Register and to thank 
all those who have rendered assistance by supplying informa- 
tion that otherwise would not have been obtainable. 



aiplb^tietical J^egisiter, 



Aaron, Joseph Abraham, VI, 'ii. Student Apprentice, Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Abbe, Roy H(osford), n, 'lo. Mechanical Assistant, Towle Manufactur- 
ing Co., Newburyport, Mass. 

Abbot, Abiel Jacob, 1869. Manufacturer of Worsted Yarn, Abbot Worsted 
Co., Graniteville, Mass. 

Abbot, Bessie Owen, vn, 1895-96. Kilton St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Abbot, Charles G(reeley), VIII, '94, vm, S.M., '95. Director, Smithsonian 
Astrophysical Observatory, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 

Abbot, Frederick B., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Abbot, John C(ameron), Vl, 1889-91. Vice-President, Abbot Worsted Co., 
Westford, Mass. 

Abbot, Joseph Robertson, 1900-03. Deceased. 

Abbot, Louis Andrew, 11, '95. Assistant Statistician, Public Service 
Commission, State of New York, Capitol, Albany, N.Y. 

Abbot, S(amuel) L., 1871-75. Vice-President, Security Savings Bank, 316 
Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Abbott, A(rthur) H(oward), VI, '07. Transformer Commercial Department, 
General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Abbott, Arthur P., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Abbott, Charles E(dward), xin, 1902-03. 21 Athelwold St., Dorchester, 
Mass. 

Abbott, Frank Pierce, 1869-70. 

Abbott, Fred H(athaway), vi, '05. With the Quincy Mining Company, 
Hancock, Mich. 

Abbott, F(rederic) B(asset), VI, '93. With the General Electric Co., 
Lynn, Mass. 

Abbott, Frederick B(.ancroft), Vl, 1891-94. Teacher, 419 Ninth St., Brook- 
lyn, N.Y. 

Abbott, Gardner, I, rv, 1891-95. Died April 10, 1904. 

Abbott, George A(lonzo), A.M., Ph.D., '08. Assistant Professor of Organic 
and Industrial Chemistry, North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, 
N.Dak. 

Abbott, George W., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Abbott, Ira, I, '81. With Post & McCord, Incorporated, Structural Engi- 
neers, 44 East 23rd St., New York, N.Y. 

Abbott, John Colby, IV, 1882-84. Historical Lecturer, 68 Chestnut St., 
Boston, Mass. 



8 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Abbott, Joseph William, 1893-94- 

Abbott, Leon Martin, 1885-86. Lawyer, with Bates, Nay & Abbott, 1045 

Tremont Building, Boston, Mass. 
Abbott, Lewis B(enjamin), IV, '99. Architect with Shepley, Rutan & 

Coolidge, 122 Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 
Abbott, Paul W., S.B., 1883-84. 

Abbott, Russell C (handler), I, 1903-04. Andover, Mass. 
Abbott, W(iUiam) G(eorge), Jr., VI, 1902-05- Research Engineer, Willsboro 

Mills, Wilton, N.H. 
Abeel, D(avid) G(ustavus), I, '00. Managing Engineer, Fred T. Ley & 

Company, Incorporated, Engineers and Contractors, 29 Broadway, 

New York, N.Y. 
Abell, Adelaide M(ae), B.S., VII, 1892-93, 1908-09. Teacher, Technical High 

School, Providence, R.L 
Abell, Edward Walter, 1892-93. 
Abercrombie, Daniel P(utnam), Jr., V, 1893-95. Director, Connecticut 

Valley Street Railway Co., Greenfield, Mass., and Clerk and Treasurer 

of the Athol & Orange Street Railway Co., Athol, Mass. 
Abom, George P(ennell), n, '86. Manager, The Blake & Knowles Steam 

Pump Works, East Cambridge, Mass. 
Acker, Edward O'Connor, (Annapolis), 1881-82. 
Ackerman, A(lexander) S(ejTnour), ill, 1898-99, 1900-02, 1904-05. Engineer, 

Eastern Division, Cape Cod Construction Co., Sandwich, Mass. 
Ackerson, J(ames) L(ee), (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '06. Naval Constructor, 

U.S.N., Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 
Adams, Arthur E., i88o-8i, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Adams, Arthur H(enry), n, '90. With the Adams Manufacturing Co., 

Limited, 106 New Bond St., London, England; also Bedford, England. 
Adams, Arthur K(inney), A.M., S.B.,III, 1905-06. Mineral Inspector, General 

Land Office, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Adams, Benj(amin), VI, '95. District Manager, American Blower Com- 
pany, 605 Hale Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Adams, B(tirton) A(lden), n, 1894-96. Instructor, Technical High School, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Adams, Charles F(rancis), 1872-73. Superintendent of Schools, 23 1-2 

High St., Spencer, Mass. 
Adams, C(harles) L(aban), n, 1882-84. Associate Professor of Drawing and 

Descriptive Geometry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 

Mass. 
Adams, Charles M(ills), VI, '95. With Revere Rubber Co., Chelsea, Mass. 
Adams, C(harles) Robert, I, '05. Assistant Engineer, U.S. Geological 

Survey, North Woodstock, N.H. 
Adams, Charles Waldo, 1904-06. With the American Radiator Co., Paris, 

France. 
Adams, Charles Ward, VI, 1897-1901. Salesman with the American Radia- 
tor Co., 1004 Munsey Building, Baltimore, Md. 
Adams, Daniel, II, '06. With the Pacific Mills, Lawrence, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 9 

Adams, Edward Dean, M.S., LL.D., 1865-66. Banker, 71 Broadway, New 

York, N.Y. 
Adams, E(dward) Russell, 1878-79- Manager, Alexander & Baldwin, 

Limited, Sugar Factors, Seattle, Wash. 
Adams, Elliot Quincy, X, '09. Research Assistant, Research Laboratory, 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
Adams, Francis Mulliken, Ph.D., Ph.B., 1892-93. 
Adams, F(rank) Hyde, 1884-86. Treasurer, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber 

Co., Akron, Ohio. 
Adams, Frank William, 1889-90. Died March 12, 1900. 
Adams, Franklin O(liver), Jr., B.S., IV, '07. 195 Steiner Bank Building, 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Adams, Frederic Hillyer, XIII, 'n. 1709 Caton Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Adams, George O(rlando), V, '00. With the State Board of Health, Exper- 
iment Station, Lawrence, Mass. 
Adams, George W(endell) IX, 1894-95. Practitioner of Christian Science, 

140 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Adams, Henry S(ewall), 1883-86. Civil Engineer, 109 Ames Building, 

Boston, Mass. 
Adams, H(erbert) H(enry), B.A., I, '99. General Manager, Toronto, 

Hamilton & Buffalo Railway, Hamilton, Ontario. 
Adams, Howard P(ratt), Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1903-04- 1 14 Winter St., 

Fall River, Mass. 
Adams, Irving E(llwood), XII, '04- With the Hazel Atlas Glass Company, 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 
Adams, (Isaac) Rayne, IV, '02, IV, S.M., '03. Architect, 63 William St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Adams, John C(oit), 1884-85. Superintendent, Boston & Montana Mines, 

Anaconda Copper Company, Butte, Mont. 
Adams, J(ohn) Howard, IV, '99. Architect, Jackson, Robertson & Adams, 

702 Union Trust Building, Providence, R.I. 
Adams, John W(alker), 1883-84. General Agent, Erie Railroad, 510 New- 

lett Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Adams, Joseph S., 1868-74. Framingham, Mass. 
Adams, Louis W(infield), II, '03. Assistant General Superintendent, Sau- 

con Plant, Bethlehem Steel Co., South Bethlehem, Pa. 
Adams, Nehemiah W., 1870-72. 

Adams, Ogden R(oss), 1901-03. 941 Granite Building, Rochester, N.Y. 
Adams, Percival L(ysander), B.S., VI, '09. State St., Hood River, Ore. 
Adams, Raleigh B(ullard), X, '94. With the Boston Belting Co., 256 

Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Adams, R(alph) E(merson), III, '04. Superintendent, American Smelters 

Securities Co., Velardena, Durango, Mexico. 
Adams, Ralph G(uy), II, 'n. P.O. Box, 75, Needham, Mass. 
Adams, Mrs. Theodore P. (Ellen B.), 1871-76. Deceased. 
Adams, Walter H(olbrook), II, '03. Care of J. C. Adams, Dix St., Win- 
chester, Mass. 



lO MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Adams, Walter O(wen), X, '99. Real Estate Dealer, Annisquam, Glouces- 
ter, Mass. 

Adams, WDliam A(lexander), I, ill, 1904-07. Surveyor, Bureau of Lands, 
Manila, P.I. 

Adams, WUliam H(ussey), V, 1887-91. Manager, National Belting Co., 
and Eastern Finishing Works, Embankment St., Lawrence, Mass. 

Adams, William L(inville), II, 1888-92. Western Manager of Hampton Co., 
of Easthampton, Mass., Mercerized Yarns, Office, 1601 Ashland 
Block, Chicago, 111. 

Adams, William Thomas, Jr., II, 1907-08. Corinth, Miss. 

Adams, William Wright, 1874-78. Mining Engineer, Care of Family Club, 
545 Powell St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Adams, Z(abdiel) B(oylston), M.D., IX, 1892-94. Physician, 86 Bay State 
Road, Boston, Mass. 

Adamson, Prescott, 1882-83. 

Addicks, Lawrence, II, VI, '99. Superintendent, United States Metals 
Refining Co., Chrome, N.J. 

Addison, Mrs. Daniel D. (Gibbs, Julia de Wolf), 1895-96. Author, Worker 
in Arts and Crafts, 2 Parkman Terrace, Brookline, Mass. 

Adkinson, June, A.B., V, 1909-10. Teacher, Miss Davis School, Boston, 
Mass. 

Adler, Leon M(eyer), II, 'lo. Graduate Student, University of Pennsyl- 
vania, P.O. Box 188, U. of P. Dormitories, Woodland Ave. and 37th 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Agassiz, Max, 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Ager, John W(infrid), B.S., VI, '04. Engineers and Contractors, Ager & 
Cline, Box 314, Birmingham, Ala. 

Aguilar, Jose H(ilario), 1899-03. Manager, Tundicion de Sonora, Hermo- 

sillo, Sonora, Mexico. 
'Ahem, M(ichael) J(oseph), S. J., A.B.. XII, 1904-06. Professor of Chemistry 
and Geology, Canisins College, Buffalo, N.Y. 

Ahem, V(incent) L(eo), Ph.B., X, XI, 1907-09. Student at Yale. 40 White 
St., Lawrence, Mass. 

AM, Leonard D., 1884-85. 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Ahlers, John G(ordon), I, '10. Assistant Superintendent, Turner Construc- 
tion Co., II Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Ahumada, Miguel, Jr., Ill, 1902-04. 

Aiken, Charles W(ilson), ll, '91. Secretary-Treasurer, Houchin- Aiken Co., 
Engineers and Machinists, 113-123 Fifty-third St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Aiken, John, 1891-92. Died February 19, 1893. 

Aiken, William M(artin), 1878-79- Died December 7, 1908. 

Ainsworth, G(eorge) R(aymond), B.S., IV, S.M., '04. With Edward F. Cald- 
well & Co., 38 West 15th St., New York, N.Y. 

Ajuria, M(anuel) de, 1884-85. Sugar Planter, Ajuria Hermanos, 100 Agniar 
St., Havana, Cuba. 

Akerly, H(arold) E(dward), IV, 1908-10. With Eastman Kodak Co., Kodak 
Park Works, Rochester, N.Y. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER II 

Albee, Edward E(verett), 1896-98. Civil Engineer, with the Boston Ele- 
vated Railway Co., loi Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Albee, Herbert H(arper), 1896-97. Wollaston, Mass. 

Albee, O(rton) W(heelock), m, '93. Consulting and Inspecting Engineer, 
1218 Penobscot Building, Detroit, Mich. 

Albin, Henry A(llison), VI, 1896-00. Superintendent and Electrical Engineer 
of the Rock Island System. Address, 85 Centre St., Concord, N.H. 

Albiston, Clayton, n, '01. 76 Olive St., Pawtucket, R.I. 

Albro, Robert C(li£ford), I, '08. With W. H. McElwain Company, Man- 
chester, N.H. 

Alden, Charles H(enry), IV, '90. Architect, 607 Crary Building, Seattle, 
Wash. 

Alden, Edwin Clement, VI, '9s. Real Estate, 286 Fifth Ave., New York, 
N.Y. 

Alden, Frank E., 1875-79. Died September 9, 1908. 

Alden, Henry Bailey, 1882-83. Architect, 15 Exchange St., Boston, Mass. 

Alden, Herbert W(atson), n, '93. Mechanical Engineer, 33 Warren Ave. 
East, Detroit, Mich. 

Alden, John, V, '77. Chemist, with Pacific Mills, Lawrence, Mass. 

Alden, John T(rott), n. '97. With the New England Telephone & Telegraph 
Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Aldrich, Chester S(tanley), n, '03. Treasurer, Gray Aldrich Co., Incor- 
porated, 33 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mass. 

Aldrich, Will Stine, 1884-87. Architect, 160 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Aldrich, W(illard) C, 1886-87. Instructor in Manual Training, the Jacob 
Tome Institute, Port Deposit, Md. 

Aldrich, William T(ruman), IV, 'oi. 6 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Alexander, Donald N(elson), B.D., IV, '98. Minister-in-charge, Christ 
Church, Springfield, Mass. 

Alexander, Frank W(est), V, 1890-91. Richmond, Me. 

Alexander, H(arry) S(ilas), A.B., M.A., II, '11. Production Engineer, with 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. 

Alexander, Henry Edward Mansfield, Xl, 1890-92. Died, 1900. 

Alexander, Winthrop, I. 1879-82. Architect, 3 Wabon St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Alger, Francis, Jr., 1888-89. Orange Grower, Eustis, Fla. 

Alland, Leon, I, '98. Of Alland Bros. & Co., Manufacturers of Straw and 
Felt Goods, 65 Bleecker St., New York, N.Y. 

Allbright, Clifford, IV, 1905-07. no Highland St., Milton, Mass. 

Allbright, Edwin F(rancis), I, '04. Civil Engineer, with Stone & Webster 
Engineering Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Allbright, Henry G (lover), Jr., VI, 1898-00. 24 Virginia St., Dorchester, 
Mass. 

Allbright, William B(roughton), V, '78. Of the Allbright- Nell Co., Packing 
House Machinery, 4023 Wentworth Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Allen, Abbott, I, '10. Engineering Department, Otis Elevator Co., 17 
Battery Place, New York, N.Y. 

Allen, Annie Elizabeth, A.B., 1892-93. 263 Harvard St., Cambridge, Mass. 



12 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Allen, Anson Warren, V, 1881-85. Superintendent, Open Hearth Depart- 
ment, Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Co., Birmingham, Ala. 
Allen, Arthur Benjamin, 1899-04. 
Allen, Calvin Francis [C. Frank], I, '72. Professor of Railroad Engineering, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Allen, Carlton B(righam), XIII, '02. Real Estate and Insurance, 232 

Huguenot St., New Rochelle, N.Y. 
Allen, Charles E(verett), I, '07. Assistant Superintendent, with Isaac 

Prouty & Co., Shoe Manufacturers, Spencer, Mass. 
Allen, Charles F(rederic), m, '76. Mining Engineer and Metallurgist, 

South Duxbury, Mass. 
Allen, Charles R(icketson), M.A., V, '85. Agent for Industrial Education, 

State Board of Education, Ford Building, Boston, Mass. 
Allen, (Charles) V(emon), VI, '93- Engineer, Cia Ingeniera, Importadora 

y Contratista, S. A., Calle 2» Capuchins 49, Mexico, F.D., 

Mexico. 
Allen, Chester, I, '05. 721 North Seventh St., Terre Haute, 111. 
Allen, C(larence) M(ason), n, '02. With Strong, Carlisle & Hammond 

Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Allen, David Carlyle, V, 1905-06. 43 Holborn St., Roxbury, Mass. 
Allen, David Pillsbury, II, 'u. With United Gas Improvement Co., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Allen, E(dward) E(arle), I, VI, 1904-06. Resident Manager for Fred Rueping 

Leather Co. of Fond du Lac, Wis. 701 Lucas Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
Allen, Edward Erwin, 1891-92. 
Allen, Elbert G(rover), II, '00, II, S.M., '01. Engineer with Stone 8c Webster 

Engineering Corporation, White Building, Seattle, Wash. 
Allen, Elbridge G(erry), I, 1901-02. 317 Harvard Ave. N., Seattle, Wash. 
Allen, Ernest Blake, XIII, 1897-00. Died January 16, 1900. 
Allen, Francis L., 1876-77. Atlantic, Mass. 
Allen, Frank D(avid), I, 1898-01. Coal Mining Engineer, Boswell, Somerset 

County, Pa. 
Allen, Frank Howard, 1865-66. 
Allen, George Howard, B.S., VII, 1905^10. 222 Morrison Ave., W. Somerville, 

Mass. 
Allen, G(eorge) W(mthrop), n, '01. With B. F. Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park, 

Mass. 
Allen, Granville Stevens, 1884-85. East Freetown, Mass. 
Allen, Harry Vass, B.S., VI, 1898-01. Electrical Engineer, with General 

Electric Co., 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 
Allen, Henry Walter, X, '97. Died July 2, 1897. 
Allen, Horace E(than), II, '08. With the Toledo Railway & Light Co., 

Toledo, Ohio. 
Allen, Horton Sumner, 1891-92. 
Allen, J(ames) Walter, VI. '99. Assistant Electrical Engineer, Boston 

Elevated Railway Co., 439 Albany St., Boston, Mass. 
Allen, Jerome R(ipley), a.b., 1895-96. Greenfield, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER I3 • 

Allen, John H(erbert), m, '8r. Of Knox and Allen, Metallurgists, 82 
Beaver St., New York, N.Y. 

Alien, Joseph Percival, Jr., A.B., 1897-98. 

Allen, Lawrence, I. '07. Department Manager with W. H. McElwain Co., 
Shoe Manufacturers, 348 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Allen, Lawrence H(owe), I, '08. With the Engineering Department, 
Boston Midland Division, New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, 34 Avon Way, Quincy, Mass. 

Allen, Leon L(incoln), I, 1903-05. Clerk of School Committee, Town of 
Brookline, 16 High St., Brookline, Mass. 

Allen, Leslie C(hapman), VI, 1893-96. 20 Centre St., Brockton, Mass. 

Allen, L(ucy) Mabel, V, 1896-99. Teacher, 24 Went worth Place, Lynn, 
Mass. 

Allen, Mark W(ebb), I, Vin, 1893-97- Secretary and Treasurer, Mark W. 
Allen & Co., 425 Hurlbut Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Allen, Maurice E(verett), I, '08. 2248 Parkwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio. 

Allen, Mitchell, I, 1906-08. 56 Walnut Place, Brookline, Mass. 

Allen, Orren, VI, 1889-92. 207 So. Broadway, Denver, Colo. 

Allen, Ralph Whittier, Mechanic Arts, 1892-93. 

Allen, Raynor H(untington), II, '10. 230 Southern Ave., Mt. Auburn, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Allen, Robert Chase, S.B., 1900-01. Deceased. 

Allen, Robert Henry, 1872-73. 

Allen, Roy H(utchins), in, '05. Lunenburg, Mass. 

Allen, Mrs. Russell (Copeland, Ella F.), 1878-79- Bonita, San Diego 
County; Cal. 

Allen, Samuel Edgar, I, '75- Died May 30, 19 10. 

Allen, Samuel H(olliday), IV, 1908-09. The Ecole des Beaux-Arts, 106 Rue 
de Rennes, Paris, France. 

Allen, S(imeon) C(arlyle), V, '06. Consulting Chemist, 43 Ambrose St., 
Rochester, N.Y. 

Allen, WCalter) D(efriez), xm, 'n. 8 Winter St., Nantucket, Mass. 

Allen, Walter S(pooner), V, '79- Moreland Terrace, New Bedford, 
Mass. 

Allen, William F., 1892-93. 

Allen, W(iUiam) H(enry), Jr., XIII, '97. Manager, Boston Office, Phoenix 
Iron Co. of Philadelphia, Pa. Resident Engineer, Phoenix Bridge 
Co. of Phoenixville, Pa. no State St., Boston, Mass. 

Allen, William R(ussell), Jr., V, 1896-97. Superintendent, Syenite Granite 
Co., Graniteville, Mo. 

Alley, Arthur H(umphreys), IX, 1887-91. Director and Executive Officer, 
Massachusetts Breweries Co., 36-38 Hawley St., Boston, Mass. 

Alley, George R(obinson), 1885-86, 1894-95. Brewer. Massachusetts Brew- 
eries Co., 123 Heath St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Ailing, R(obert) B(abson), B.S., 1, 1906-07. Assistant Cashier, Stockgrowers 
Bank of Buflfalo, Buffalo, Wyo. 

Ailing, Sydney, B.S., VI, 'n. Electrical Engineer, Engineering Department, 
Rochester Railway & Light Co., Rochester, N.Y. 



14 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

AUis, Edward P (helps), Jr., 1868-71. Engaged in Research Work, Verte- 
brate Morphology, Palais de Caronles, Mentone, France. 

Allison, Harold B(urbridge) C(heney), X, '11. Assistant in Theoretical 
Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Allison, James, 1884-85. Died, 1887. 

Allison, Louis M., 1891-92. 

Allyn, Alfred W(arren), IV, '02. Manager, United States Steel Products 
Co., 706 McArthur Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

Allyn, Rob(er)t S(tarr), LL.M., M.P.L., n, '98. Patent Lawyer, 16 Exchange 
Place, New York, N.Y. 

Allyne, Samuel Hinckley, 1, 1894-96. Died December 13, 1896. 

Almy, Charles, Jr., A.B., X, '10. Research Associate in Applied Chemistry, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Almy, Edward P., 1870-71. Banker, The Savings Institution of the City of 
Williamsport, Williamsport, Pa. 

Almy, Edward Taber, Jr., ni, 1904-09. 126 Willis St., New Bedford, 
Mass. 

Almy, Walter, 1869-70. 

Almy, William F., V, 1876-80. Mine Operator, P.O. Box 123, Nashua, N.H. 

Alsberg, Julius, A.B., M.E., ill, 1901-02. Engineer for Colgate & Co., Jersey 
City, N.J. 

Altamirano, S(alvador), VI, '09. Electrical Engineer, Contractor, and 
Professor of Mechanics at the Engineering School of Mexico. P.O. 
Box 1967, Mexico, D.F., Mexico. 

Alter, John Frank, IV, '11. 70 Newbury St., Lawrence, Mass. 

Altgelt, Ernest S(impson), C.E., 1905-06. Civil Engineer, P.O. Box 902, San 
Antonio, Texas. 

Althouse, Reuben (Yates), I, '11. 1815 Sixteenth St., Boulder, Colo. 

Alvey, J(ames) P(errie), Jr., I, '07. Assistant Superintendent with the 
Arnold Co., 105 South LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. 

Alvord, Henry B(issell), I, '07- Assistant Professor of Surveying and De- 
scriptive Geometry, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. 

Amadon, F(rederick) W(ebber), 1, 1903-06. Assistant Engineer, Room 308, 
N.Y.N.H.&H. Office Building, New Haven, Conn. 

Amberg, Arthiu: J(ohn), in, 1901-04. Manager, Amberg File & Index Co., 
79 Duane St., New York, N.Y. 

Ambrose, Charles B(yron), I, 1904-05. Gossville, N.H. 

Ambrose, David A(ugustus), I, 1887-89. First Assistant Engineer, Metro- 
politan Park Commission, 14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Ames, Azel, I, '95. With the Kerite Insulated Wire & Cable Co., 30 Church 
St., New York, N.Y. 

Ames, Butler, IV, '96. Manufacturer, Lowell, Mass., Member United 
States House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. 

Ames, Clara P(reston), V, '82. 39 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. 

Ames, F(rank) A., I, 1876-79. Sugar Manufacturer, P.O. Box 432, New 
Orleans, La. 

Ames, Frank M., m, 1882-85. 



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Ames, Henry A(llison), II, '02. Superintendent, Standard Thermometer 

Co., and the Heaton-Peninsular Button Fastener Co., 65 Shirley St., 

Roxbury, Mass. 
Ames, John Ormsbee, 1889-90. Cotton Manufacturer, Secretary and 

Agent of Fletcher Manufacturing Co., 47 Charles St., Providence, R.I. 
Ames, John W(orthington), A.B., IV, 1892-94. 7 Gooch St., Melrose, Mass. 
Ames, Joseph William, II, 1894-98. 
Ames, Monroe, I, '08. Assistant Constructive Engineer, with Ferro Carril 

Central de Cordoba-Extension to Buenos Ayres, 926 Calle Echeverria- 

Belgrano, Buenos Ayres, Argentina. 
Ames, Oakes, 1881-83. President, Lamson Consolidated Store Service 

Co., 161 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Ames, William, Jr., i892-<)3. Died September 23, 1894. 
Ames, WilUam H., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Ames, William O (liver), v, 1903-04. 

Amesbury, W. R., 1883-84. 

Ammen, William W(etherall), A.B.. LL.B., xni. 'og. With General Electric 
Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Amory, Anna Sears, 1897-98. See Weld, Mrs. George F. Deceased. 

Amory, Arthur, Jr., 1885-86. Died December 20, 1898. 

Amory, Frederic, 1868-69. Box 1302, Boston, Mass. 

Amory, Robert, A.B., ll, 1906-07. Clerk, with Amory, Browne & Co., Whole- 
sale Dry Goods, 48 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 

Amsden, Otis William, II, 1906-07. 368 4th St., South Boston, Mass. 

Ancona, John F(linn), ll, '03. Mechanical Engineer, Engineering and 
Maintenance Department, Kodak Park Works, Eastman Kodak Co., 
Rochester, N.Y. 

Anderson, Alf Edward, II, 1902-03. 89 Evans St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Anderson, Augustus Edward Theodore, Xirr, 1899-00, 1901-02. Died 
September 7, 1902. 

Anderson, C(edric) S(amuel), VI, '11. Electrical Engineer, Telluride 
Power Co., Ilium, Colo. 

Anderson, Charles L(otiis) B(ates), I, '01. P.O. Box 513, Wilmington, N.C. 

Anderson, Claude A(urelius), XllI, '05. Sales Engineer with B. F. Sturte- 
vant Company, Hyde Park, Mass. 

Anderson, Eugene Stewart, ill, 1906-07, 1907-09. 34 Thompson St., Spring- 
field, Mass. 

Anderson, Frederick S(anford), xill, 1900-02. 71 Washington Ave., W. 
Haven, Conn. 

Anderson, George Herbert, x, '94. Shirley, Mass. 

Anderson, John P., Jr., 1897-98. 

Anderson, John Robinson, Jr., 1897-98. 

Anderson, J(ohn) W(allace), II, '06. With New London Ship & Engine 
Co., Groton, Conn. 

Anderson, Joseph L., 1870-71. 

Anderson, Mary P(erle), B.S.. VII, 1897-98, 1900-01. Teacher of Nature 
Study, Horace Mann School, Columbia University, New York, N.Y. 



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Anderson, M(aurice) P(helps), XllI, 'lo. Vice-President, Anderson Supply 
Co., Ill Cherry St., Seattle, Wash.; Assistant to Mechanical Engineer, 
care of San Francisco Bridge Co., Monadnock Building, San Francisco, 
Cal. 

Anderson, Newton M., B.S., Physics, 1878-79. Principal, Asheville School, 
Asheville, N.C. 

Anderson, Paul George Wilfred, S.B., II, XIII, 1905-08. Surveyor and 
Draughtsman, Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies, 31 Milk 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Anderson, Richard C (lough), 1890-91, Manufacturer, 25 E. Third Ave., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Anderson, Robert, Ph.B., VI, '97. Vice-President, The Ferro-Concrete Con- 
struction Co., Richmond and Harriet Sts., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Anderson, R(obert) Emery, 1882-84. With Eastern Drug Co., Wholesale 
Drugs and Chemicals, 14 Fulton St., Boston, Mass. 

Anderson, Robert E(minet), M.E., III, 'n. 307 Broadway, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Anderson, Robert P(eter), I, n, 1895-98. With Sales Department, Yale & 
Towne Manufacturing Co., 4802 Eleventh Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Anderson, Roy M(axwell), ill, 1906-08. 

Anderson, Sarah Randolph, VII, 1908-09. 235 Commonwealth Ave., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Anderson, W(illiam) P(ope), ill, '96. President, The Ferro-Concrete Con- 
struction Co., Richmond and Harriet Sts., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Andre, Santiago Fortun y, I, 1885-86. 

Andres, Louis Phillip, 1891-92. 

Andrew, Frederick William, 1892-93. 

Andrew, Robert, n, '01. Mechanical Engineer, with Electric Railway 
Equipment Co., 2900 Cormany Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Andrew, William M(cCorkle), VI, '96. With the Canadian Westinghouse 
Co., Traders Bank Building, Toronto, Ontario. 

Andrews, Albert W(illard), A.B., I, '10. Care of Ontario Power Co., 
Niagara Falls, N.Y. 

Andrews, Charles Harrison, 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1887-88, 

Andrews, C(linton) Otto, 1885-86. Treasurer of Broadway Savings Bank, 
Lawrence, Mass. 

Andrews, Edmund L(athrop), VI, '94- With the American Telephone & 
Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Andrews, Elisha Benjamin, A.M., 1879-80. 

Andrews, Frederick H(imtoon), VI, 1901-03, 1904-06. Lincoln St., Manches- 
ter, Mass. 

Andrews, George Frederick, A.B., A.M., v, 1895-96. P.O. Box 2305, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Andrews, George William, rv, 1891-93. Rose Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Andrews, Robert D(ay), 1875-76. Of Andrews, Jaques & Rantoul, Archi- 
tects, 50 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Andrews, William Alvin, X, 1900-03. 12 Sargent St., Roxbury, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 1 7 

Andrews, Mrs. W. C. (Ruggles, Mary Julia), V, '06. 135 Burnett St., East 
Orange, N.J. 

Angell, Herbert A., IV, 1908-11. Architectural Draughtsman with Tobey 
& Mills, 220 Sherlock Building, Portland, Ore. 

Angell, R(obert) C(orson), n, '08. Draughtsman with the S. S. White 
Dental Manufacturing Co., Prince Bay, Staten Island, N.Y. 

Angell, Mrs. Rufus G., (Tobey, Mrs. Minerva B,), 1893. 69 Downing 
St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Angus, R(obert) A(lexander), II, '08. Mechanical Engineer with Westing- 
house, Church, Kerr & Co., 10 Bridge St., New York, N.Y. 

Angus, William Jackson, i, 1896-99. 

Annandale, William Edwin, 1890-91. Bellside, Dunbar, Scotland. 

Annett, Cecil B(ancroft), II, '02. With Gunn, Richards & Co., 43 Ex- 
change Place, New York, N.Y. 

Anson, Charles L(jrman), XIII, '06. With Engineering Department, 
Peoples Gas Light & Coke Co., 150 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Anthony, Arthur C(ox), ill, '86. Townsend, Anthony & Tyson, Bankers 
and Brokers, 8 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Anthony, George R(utherford), II, xm, 1894-97. Manager, Detroit Plant, 
American Radiator Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Anthony, John Gould, ill, '93. Died January, 1901. 

Anthony, Luther, 1889-90. 

Anthony, R(owland) B(arney), A.B., B.S., VI, S.M., '08. Manager, Pitts- 
burgh Office, The Bristol Co., 1670 Frick Building Annex, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 

Anthony, William S(tephen), VI, 1900-02. Farmer, South Dartmouth, Mass. 

Applegate, Thomas E(ly), B.S., 1903-05. Hightstown, N.J. 

Appleton, Allen L(ansing), XIII, '02. With the Bausch Machine Tool Co., 
Springfield, Mass. 

Appleton, Arthur B(enson), 1, 1904-07, 1909-10. With State Board of Health, 
Boston, Mass. 

Appleton, Cha(rle)s B(rooks), II, '84. Mechanical Engineer, Netherlands 
Road, Brookline, Mass. 

Appleton, E(llery) C(ushing), ill, '68. Resident Engineer, Greenville, 
Spartanburg and Anderson Railway, Bel ton, S.C. 

Appleton, Edmund Kimball, 1885-86. Died May 26, 1896. 

Appleton, Francis Henry, A.B., A.M., 1869-70. 251 Marlborough St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Appleton, Henry Morgan, II, 1891-95. Died July 5, 1898. 

Appleton, Herbert Davis, IV, 1897-98. 

Appleton, Marjorie C(rane), 1897-98. 31 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Appleton, Nathaniel Walker, 1864-66. Blakesmere, E. Pepperell, Mass. 

Appleton, Thomas, 2d, 1882-83. 

Appleton, W(illiam) Cornell, IV, '01. Architect, 919 Exchange Building, 
Boston, Mass. 

Applin, Frank Dexter, VI, VIII. 1905-10. 200 Roxbury St., Keene, N.H. 

Archer, Charles Fred, 1866-68. Journal Office, Boston, Mass. 



l8 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Archibald, Geo(rge) H(ughes), B.E., I, 1898-99. President and Manager, 

Geo. H. Archibald Co., Limited, Engineers and Contractors, 803 Union 

Bank Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 
Archibald, "Warren M(artin), I, 1895-99- Engineer with Galveston-Houston 

Electric Railway Co., Houston, Texas. 
Arend, Frank Spencer, VI, 1906-08. 161 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 
Arkell, W(illiani) C(lark), I, '10. With Beech-Nut Packing Co., Canajo- 

harie, N.Y. 
Armendariz, Angel Garcia, VI, 1906-08. Clavijero 14, Jalapa, Veracruz, 

Mexico. 
Armes, Annetta F., v. 1887-88, 1889-90- Died, May, 1912. 
Armes, Jennie M., 1877-79- See Sheldon, Mrs. George. 
Armes, R(oland) K(ingman), XI, 1906-08. With W. C. Packard, Stock.s and 

Bonds, 414 Cooper Building, Denver, Colo. 
Armington, Everett F., 1886-87- Deceased. 
Armington, G(eorge) A(rthur), II, '87. President, Euclid Crane and Hoist 

Co., Euclid, Ohio. 
Armistead, Frank Noble, 1890-91. Died November, 1892. 
Arms, John Taylor, Jr., IV, 'II. 1801 New Hampshire Ave., Washington, D.C. 
Armsby, Alfred Lfincoln), B.A., VI, 1904-05- Millbury, Mass. 
Armstrong, Albert C(rosby), 1901-02. 257 Highland Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Armstrong, Fritz A(lbert), I, 1902-04. 220 River St., Hyde Park, Mass. 
Armstrong, Harry Ja(me)s, VI, X, 1902-04. 2000 Mt. Royal Terrace, 

Baltimore, Md. 
Armstrong, Herbert, 1890-92. 21st and Porter Sts., Detroit, Mich. 
Armstrong, K(enneth) P(otter), I, 'lo. With Durkee, White & Towne, 

Civil Engineers, 17 Hampden St., Springfield, Mass. 
Armstrong, Samuel E(llsworth), I, 1900-02. Assistant Division Engineer, 

N.Y. Central & Hudson River R.R., 208 Central Ave., Rochester, N.Y. 
Arnold, A(lbert) H(eber) B (alley), m, '04. Farmer, Poultry and Fruit, 

Winter St., Holliston, Mass. 
Arnold, Anthony B(rown), B.A., n, '07. Assistant Engineer, American 

Agricultural Chemical Co., 92 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Arnold, Benjamin H(oward), B.S., VI, 1907-08. East Greenwich, R.L 
Arnold, Fred J., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. Hardware Dealer, W. B. 

Arnold & Co., Waterville, Me. 
Arnold, Grant W(illiam), VI, 'n. With Boston Insulated Wire & Cable 

Co., 118 Shaw St., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. 
Arnold, Harold Shelton, m, 1906-10. North Abington, Mass. 
Arnold, Harry C(utler), v, 1905-06. Stoneham, Mass. 
Arnold, L(yman), VI, '98. Engineer, Transformer Department, General 

Electric Co., Lynn, Mass. 
Arnold, Perrie M(organ), II, '04. Engineer, 90 West St., New York, N.Y. 
Arnold, Rob(er)t Bacon, B.S., M.S., V, 1907-08. Chemist, Kentucky Tobacco 

Product Co., Richmond, Va. 
Amolt, Fritz M(uss), B.S., Xl, 'lo. Instructor in Engineering, New York 

University, New York, N.Y. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER I9 

Amott, James L(i(idell), Science and Literature, '75- Consulting Hydraulic 
and Mill Engineer, 63 High St., Manchester, N.H. 

Arsem, WCilliam) C(ollins), V, '01. Chemical Engineer, Research Labora- 
tory, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Arthur, "Walter, A.B., B.S., V, S.M., '11. Research Chemist, General Electric 
Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Asano, Kosahu, 1900-01. Superintendent, Ashio Smelter, Ashio Copper 
Mines, Ashio, Japan. Address, Nikko, Japan. 

Asbury, Louis H(umbert), A.B., IV, 1901-03. Architect, Charlotte, N.C. 

Ashenden, Richard C(hesley), n, 1903-03. Civil Engineer, Boston & Albany 
Railroad, Room 369, South Station, Boston, Mass. 

Ashley, Allen, B.S., vi, 1903-05. 

Ashley, Charles Sumner, Jr., ill, 1907-08. New Bedford, Mass. 

Ashley, Clifford Sweetland, V, 1909-10. Chemist, Soledad Sugar Co., 
32 White St., Taunton, Mass. 

Ashley, Frederic M(orse), IV, 1894-95. Architect, Los Angeles Investment 
Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Ashley, Geo(rge) F(rancis), IV, 1896-99. Assistant Professor in Drawing, 
Tufts College, Tufts College, Mass. 

Ashley, Harrison Everett, X, '00. Died February 4, 191 1. 

Ashmore, M(orse) B(reckenfeld), VI, '06. Engineer, Green Engineering 
Co., Chicago, 111. 

Ashton, Albert C(arter),.ll, 1885-87. Secretary and Treasurer, The Ashton 
Valve Co., 271 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 

Ashton, Franklin George, II, 1889-92. Mechanical Engineer, New England 
Engineering Co., 50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Ashton, George F(rancis), II, '96. City Engineer, Salem, Mass. 

Ashton, John, IV, 1892-93. Architect, 477 Essex St., Lawrence, Mass. 

Ashworth, Fred N., 1888-89, school of Mechanic Arts. 

Aspinwall, Thomas, I, '76. Aspinwall & Lincoln, Civil Engineers, 3 Ham- 
ilton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Astell, Godfrey B(lacker), ni, 1901-02. 

Atherton, Charles T., 1882-83. 

Atherton, James, Jr., 1873-74. With Kyle Mining Co., 28 School St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Atherton, Tho(ma)s H(enry), Jr., A.B.. IV, '09. Architect, Wilkes-Barre, 
Pa. 

Atherton, "Walter, A.B., C.E., 1885-86. Architect, 15 Exchange St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Atkins, E(rnest) C(arlton), n, '96. Mechanical Engineer and Salesman, 
Builders Iron Foundry, Providence, R.I. 

Atkins, George E(dwin), xni, '04. Mechanical Engineer, Willis Polk & 
Co., Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, Cal. 

Atkins, G(eorge) F(ranklin), vi, 1895-96- With E. C. Atkins & Co., Saw 
Manufacturers, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Atkins, George Herbert, i892-<)3. Died April, 1898. 

Atkins, L(ew) M(orton) (Annapolis), XIII A, S.M.. 'ii. Assistant Naval Con- 
structor, U. S. Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Atkinson, Anna C, 1878-79. See Winsor, Mrs. A. A. 

Atkinson, Charles Heath, A.B., n, 1884-87. 

Atkinson, Edward W(illiani), A.B., 1882-83. Merchant, Richards, Atkin- 
son & Haserick, 152 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Atkinson, Frank P., 1867-69, 1871-72. Deceased. 

Atkinson, Fred Sewall, X, 1897-98. Treasurer, Blodgett Clock Co., 141 
Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 

Atkinson, Geo(rge) T(hurlow), IV, 1888-90. Estimator, The Concrete Engi- 
neering Co., loi Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Atkinson, James Sawyer, n, '8i. Died December 17, 1883. 

Atkinson, Jonathan Spenser, IV, 1883-85. Deceased. 

Atkinson, Richard S., IV, 1871-75. Designer, 26 Lime St., Boston, Mass. 

Atkinson, Samuel W., 1882-83. 

Atkinson, Susan Parkman, 1880-81. Center St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Atkinson, W(i]lia)m, IV, 1884-85, 1889-90. Architectural Draughtsman, 
care of Codman & Despradelle, 31 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Attwill, William Henry, II, 1882-85, 1886-87- Second Assistant Examiner, 
U.S. Patent Office, Washington, D.C. 

Atwood, Alfred James, 1896-97. Ayer, Mass. 

Atwood, Carlton E(lliot), VI, '05. Sales Engineer with J. K. Robinson, rep- 
resenting Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., Casilla, 704 
Iquique, Chile, So. America. 

Atwood, Frank S., 1876-78. 125 Federal St., Salem, Mass. 

Atwood, Frank WCiley), V, '90. In Business, DyestuflFs and Essential Oils, 
216 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Atwood, Fred M., 1884-85- School of Mechanic Arts. Assistant Manager, The 
Huber-Hodgman Printing Press Co., Taunton, Mass. 

Atwood, Frederic Stunner, xm, 1893-94. Secretary to Engineer of Con- 
struction, Boston Consolidated Gas Co., 24 West St., Boston, Mass. 

Atwood, Geo(rge) D(esler), n, 'oi. Manager, New York Office, Wheeler 
Condenser & Engineering Co., President, Atwood Rearick Co., 149 
Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Atwood, Herman D., S.B., C.E., 1873-74. Died January 20, 1876. 

Atwood, Harry N(elson), n, 1901-03, 1906-09. Aviator, Swampscott, Mass. 

Atwood, I(chabod) F(rancis), n, '03. Atwood & McManus Co., Box 
Manufacturers, Chelsea, Mass. 

Atwood, Joshua 3rd, 1888-89. Chief Engineer, Paving Division, Street 
Department, City of Boston, 70 City Hall, Boston, Mass. 

Atwood, Thomas C(lark), I, '97. Division Engineer, Department of Water 
Supply, Gas and Electricity, 21 Park Row, New York, N.Y. 

Atwood, William Preston, V, '76. Chemist, Massachusetts Cotton Mills, 
Lowell, Mass. 

Auer, Charles I(srael), m, '01. Customs Assayer, Estacion Pedricena, 
Durango, Mexico. 

Aulmann, George W., n, 1882-83. 

Aultman, D wight E(dward), Vl, 1894-95. 

Aumack, Alma E., v, 1S85-S6. 



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Austin, Amory, A.B., V, '73. 66 Ayrault St., Newport, R.I. 

Austin, Charles D., ll, 1870-74- Died August 31, 1900. 

Austin, David Henry, 1873-74- 

Austin, William Downes, 1872-75- 50 Bromfield St., Boston, Mass. 

Austrian, Seligman B (ernei) , 1, 1905-08. 2005 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md. 

Averill, Barr Gushing, ix, 1900-01. 

Avery, Charles E., V, 1868-69. Chemist, Littleton, Mass. 

Avery, Charles H(enry), II, 1899-03. Mauger & Avery, Wool Merchants, 
274 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 

Avery, Forrester Barstow, ni, X, 1906-08. 40 Jefferson Ave., Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 

Avery, Francis D(eane), I, '02. Assistant Engineer, New York Central & 
Hudson River Railroad, Buffalo, N.Y, 

Avery, George A., IV, 1869-70. Architect (retired), 669 Washington St., 
Brookline, Mass. 

Avery, George C, 1872-74- Died July 24, 1911. 

Avery, John Jr., I, 'n. Assistant Engineer, Town of Watertown, Water- 
town, Mass. 

Avery, John H., 1877-78. 

Avery, Philip Steams, IV, 1909-11. 15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Avery, Winthrop Chandler, II, 1900-01. 155 Oak St., Newton Upper 
Falls, Mass. 

Axson, Edward William, M.A., V, 1898-99. Deceased. 

Ayer A(rthur) W(hittier), II, '90. General Superintendent, Harrison Bros. 
& Co., Incorporated, 35th St. and Gray's Ferry Road, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ayer, Harold O(sgood), V, '99. Redlands, Cal. 

Ayer, Harry Wells, m, 1881-83. 

Ayer, John, I, '05. With Sanford E. Thompson, Consulting Engineer, 34 
Floral St., Newton Highlands, Mass. 

Ayer, Winslow B., 1877-78. School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., I, 1878-80. Presi- 
dent, Eastern & Western Lumber Co., North Front St., Portland, 
Oregon. 

Ayers, Charles H., 1877-78. 18 Basto Terrace, Roslindale, Mass. 

Ayers, Ernest Flagg, ill, 1894-95. Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, 
in charge of Department of Highway Engineering, Oregon Agricultural 
College, Corvallis, Oregon. 

Ayers, Frederic C(hesley), XIII, '01. Contracting Engineer, Trussed Con- 
crete Steel Co., Trussed Concrete Building, Detroit, Mich, 

Ayers, S(amuel) Henry, VII, '05. Bacteriologist with Research Labora- 
tories, Dairy Division, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 
D.C. 

Aylsworth, J(oseph) W(heeler), II, '03- With Westlnghouse, Church, Kerr 
& Co., 10 Bridge St., New York, N.Y. 

Ayres, Ida. Deceased. 

Ayres, Milan V(alentine), VI, '98. Chief Engineer, Mobile Light and Rail- 
road Co., Mobile, Ala. 

Ayres, Richard Samuel, A.B., II, '09. 83 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. 



22 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Babb, Cyrus C(ates), I, '90. District Engineer, U.S. Geological Survey; 

Chief Engineer, State Water Storage Commission, Augusta, Me. 
Babb, Roger "W(illis), v. 1902-04. Natick, Mass. 

Babbitt, Albert L(ynian), I, 1895-97- 41 Richardson St., Newton, Mass. 
Babbitt, Harold Eaton, Xl, 'n. Sanitary Engineer, Sanitary District of 

Chicago, 39th St. Pumping Sta., Chicago, 111. 
Babbitt, Samuel W(ard), 1896-97. Died May 17, 1908. 
Babcock, Alfred B(ennett), X, '08, X, S.M., '00. Chemical Engineer, with 

the American Sugar Refining Co., South 4th St. and Kent Ave., Brook- 
lyn, N.Y. 
Babcock, C(ourtlandt) W(oodrufE), Ph.B.,VI, '05. Electrical Engineer, with 

the Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 201 Devonshire St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Babcock, Elizabeth B (rawer), V, '09. Assistant Chemist, Carnegie Nutrition 

Laboratory, Boston, Mass. 
Babcock, Frank G(ilbert), m, 1899-03. Cooper Sq., New York, N.Y. 
Babcock, Henry Kimberly, VI, 1895-98. Neenah, Wis. 
Babcock, J(ohn) B(razer), 3rd, I, '10. With Canadian Pacific Railway 

Construction Department, Smith's Falls, Ontario, Can. 
Babcock, Mabel K(eyes), A.B., rv, '08, IV, S.M., '09. Instructor in Horticul- 
ture and Landscape Architecture, Wellesley College. Landscape Archi- 
tect, 1 1 1 Washington St., Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
Babcock, Paul Aldrich, I, 1896-98. Civil Engineer, Care of J. R. Worcester 

& Co., 79 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Babcock, Wyiiam S(tuart), rv, 1881-82. Civil Engineer, 17 Battery Place, 

New York, N.Y. 
Babson, Roger D(erby), m, '03. Cape Ann Savings Bank, Gloucester, 

Mass. 
Babson, Roger W(ard), I, '98. Statistician, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
Bach, Joseph G(eorge), A.B., in, 1907-08. Salesman, Abel & Bach Co., 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Bachelder, Charles A(lbert), B.S., vni, 1905-06. Sales Engineer, Holtzer- 

Cabot Electric Co., Motor Dept., 613 Albany St., Boston, Mass. 
Bachelder, Charles S., V, '77. Contractor, Box 82, Napa, Cal. 
Bachelder, Grace Darling, VII, 1896-98. Teacher of Domestic Science, 

Boston Public Schools. 9 St. James Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Bachmann, Frederick, LL.B., M.P.L., xra, '07. With Legal Department, 

Edison Companies, Orange, N.J. 
Backer, Clarence A., 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Backup, Clifford Wilson, in, 1901-02. Died December, 1903. 
Backus, LeRoy Manson, A.B., IX, 1897-99. With Lake Chelan Land Co., 

722 Leary Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 
Bacon, C(harles) J(ames), II, 1896-00. Steam Expert, with the Illinois Steel 

Co., South Chicago, III. 
Bacon, Francis Edward, Jr., 1883-84. Deceased. 
Bacon, Francis H., 1875-76. Interior Decorator and Furnisher, 2A Park 

St., Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 23 

Bacon, H(erbert) M(orton), VI, X, 1899-02. Bottler, 43 Morris St., Hartford, 
Conn. 

Bacon, John F(airbank), IV, 1893-94. Architect, 314 Madison Ave., New 
York, N.Y. 

Bacon, Lyman E(dward), I, '98. Grand Hotel, Ortega No. 12, Mexico, 
D.F., Mexico. 

Badger, Abram Hunt, 1885-86. Deceased. 

Badger, Ernest F(ranklin), V, '95. Real Estate Broker, 73 Tremont St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Badger, Frank S(idney), I, '93. With J. G. White & Co., Ltd., La Calera, 
Cordoba, Argentina. 

Badger, George F., 1869-70. 

Badgley, Charles G(rayum), IV, 1892-94. Architect, White Building, Seattle, 
Wash. 

Badlam, Stephen, in, '00. Assistant Superintendent, Rolling Mills De- 
partment, Pennsylvania Steel Co., Steelton, Pa. 

Baer, Mrs. Richard P. (Getchell, Alice M.), 1883-84. "Cherokee," 
Catonsville, Md. 

Baetjer, Howard, A.B., I, '02. Superintendent, Crown Cork & Seal Co., 
Highlandtown, Md. 

Bagg, John L(eonard), Ph.B., B.S., V, 1909-10. Parsons Paper Co., Locust 
St., Holyoke, Mass. 

Bailey, Abraham, 1864-68. Deceased. 

Bailey, Charles W(illiam), n, 1904-05- Mechanical Expert, Gorham Manu- 
facturing Co., Providence, R.I. 

BaUey, Edna Greenwood, V, '04. See Burdette, Mrs. E. K. 

Bailey, Eric "W(aldorf), in, V, 1897-01. Show Card Writer, 83 Inman St., 
Cambridgeport, Mass. 

Bailey, Fred Roscoe, I, 1907-08. 55 High St., Avon, Mass. 

Bailey, G(eorge) WilUam, II, 1905-08. Manager, Simplex Construction Co., 
116 W. 39th St., New York, N.Y. 

Bailey, Hayden G., ll, 1885-87. 

Bailey, Henry Holloway, 1884-86. 172 Lexington St., Waverley, Mass. 

Bailey, Herbert S(tevens), A.B., V, '06. Chief of Oil, Fat and Wax Labora- 
tory, Bureau of Chemistry, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

Bailey, RobertW(ilUam), xni, '01. Hull and Marine Engineer, U.S. Navy 
Yard, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

BaUey, Roland, II, 1890-93. Draughtsman, Kingston, Mass. 

Bailey, Sarah L., 1878-79- Died, 1896. 

Bailey, Thomas W(ard), I, '96. Civil Engineer and Surveyor, Kingston, 
Mass. 

Bailey, Mrs. Thomas Ward (DeNormandie, Sarah Yardley), 1891-93. 
Kingston, Mass. 

Bailey, Thomas Wendell, IV, '99. Died December 9, 1910. 

Bakenhus, R(euben) E(dwin), I, '96. Civil Engineer, U.S.N. , Bureau of 
Yards and Docks, Navy Department, Boston, Mass. 



24 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Baker, Andrew Percy, I, 1899-02. Died December 29, 1904. 

Baker, Benjamin C(harles), IV, 1905-07. 343 Thayer St., Providence, 

R.I. 
Baker, Cecil F(ranklin), A.B., IV, '07, IV, S.M., '09. Architectural Draughts- 
man with Holabird & Roche, Architects, 1618 Monadnock Building, 

Chicago, 111. 
Baker, Charles E(verett), Jr., XI, 1903-05. Superintendent, Eastern 

Dredging Company, 247 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Baker, Charles M(orrill), IV, '78. Of Chase & Barstow, Stock Brokers, 25 

Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 
Baker, Charles Van Buskrrk, IV, 1883-85. 
Baker, David, ill, '85. Ladd & Baker, Consulting Engineers, Incorporated. 

loii Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Baker, Edwin Sherman, 1, 1898-03. Engineer with the American Telephone 

& Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 
Baker, Edward Stuart, VI, 1901-05. 

Baker, Eldridge I(rving), 1904-05. iii Museum St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Baker, Eugene B., 1872-74. Deceased. 
Baker, Francis Cornelius, 1882-83. 

Baker, Frank A(dams), II, '10. 9 Braemore Road, Brighton, Mass. 
Baker, Franklin, Jr., B.S., III, 1896-97. 
Baker, F(red) C(harles), II, '94- With J. G. White & Co., Inc., 43 Exchange 

Place, New York, N.Y. 
Baker, Frederic W(allace), II, '93. Claymont, Delaware. 
Baker, George, 1868-69. In Insurance Business, Marshfield, Mass. 
Baker, George L., 1882-83. State Bank, Columbia, S.C. 
Baker, George M., 1867-69. 

Baker, George V., 1886-87, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Baker, Geo(rge) WCilliam), 1888-89. Local Agent, Connecticut Fire Insur- 
ance Co., 783 Main St., Hartford, Conn. 

Baker, Harold P(eters), A.B., VI, 1904-07. With Power Department, Coney 
Island & Brooklyn Railroad, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Baker, Harry Burgwyn, I, xi, 1889-90. 

Baker, H(orace) S(inger), I, '03. Assistant City Engineer, City Hall, 
Chicago, III. 

Baker, James McF(arlane), rv, '04, IV, S.M., '05- Draughtsman, 170 Fifth 
Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Baker, James T(imothy), v, 1893-95- 21 Walker St., New London, Conn, 

Baker, John Cuyler, B.S., VI, 1907-08. Manhattan, 111. 

Baker, Joseph B(lack), VI, '90. Engaged in Technical Publicity Work, 
558 West 158th St., New York, N.Y. 

Baker, J(oseph) C(heney), II, '05. Salesman with the Kelsey Heating 
Company, Syracuse, N.Y. 

Baker, Joseph M(ullin), II, '07. 27 Clinton St., Watertown, N.Y. 

Baker, Mary, VII, Xii, 1895-98. See Strong, Mrs. Charles P. 

Baker, Moses E(llis), iv, 1882-84. Architect, 31 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Baker, Philip Stone, ll, VI, 1898-01. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 25 

Baker, Ralph H(ubert), xm, '04. With Page & Baker Co., Wholesale Fur- 
niture Dealers, 88 Fulton St., Boston, Mass. 
Baker, Sheldon K(ing), XI, '03. Assistant Engineer, U.S. Reclamation 

Service, Phoenix, Ariz. 
Baker, Theodore. See Hunt, Theodore. 
Baker, Warren Steams, II, 1904-06. Died January 16, 1911. 
Baker, "William Herbert, I, '69. Died April 20, 1907. 
Baker, Willis Clark, v, 1896-98. 
Bakewell, D(onald) C(ampbell), A.B., n, 1908-09, 1910-11. With Duquesne 

Steel Foundry Co., Coraopolis, Pa. 
Bakewell, Joseph Hunter, li, 1901-02. 
Bakewell, T(homas) Howard, I, 1872-75- Steel Manufacturer, Arrott 

Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Balcells, Marian Joseph, S.J., C.E., vin, 1909-11. Died October 2, 1911. 
Balch, Francis du Pont, IV, 1891-93. Insurance Business, 45 William St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Balcom, R(euben) W(ilfred), Ph.D., V, 'oo. Chief of Nashville Food and 

Drug Inspection Laboratory, Bureau of Chemistry, U.S. Department 

of Agriculture, Custom House, Nashville, Tenn. 
Baldwin, Abraham Rosecrans, A.B., n, 1898-99. 
Baldwin, Annie F., 1885-87. 
Baldwin, Cha(rle)s E(dward), A.B., V, '00. Assistant Superintendent, 

Bergenport Chemical Works, Standard Oil Co. of N.J., Bayonne, N.J. 
Baldwin, Charles F(owler), VI, '97. With Engineering Department, 

Western Electric Co., 463 West St., New York, N.Y. 
Baldwin, Dwight, V, 1884-85. In Real Estate Business, 399 Cambridge St., 

Allston, Mass. 
Baldwin, E(dward) Arthur, VI, '96. Electrical Engineer, Foreign Depart- 
ment, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
Baldwin, Ernest Howard, 1884-85. 
Baldwin, Francis G(eorge), II, 1902-05. 
Baldwin, Frank C(onger), IV, 1887-90. Second Vice-President, American 

Institute of Architects, 1509 i6th St., Washington, D.C. 
Baldwin, George C, 1885-86. 
Baldwin, Geo(rge) J(ohnson), m, 1873-77. President, Electric and Steam 

Railways Co., National Building, Savannah, Ga. 
Baldwin, George Palmer, 1887-88. 364 Boylston St., Boston, Mass, 
Baldwin, Harry A(lexander), IX, 1890-94. Paia, Maui, Hawaii. 
Baldwin, Henry Furlong, n, '84. Died June, 1909. 
Baldwin, Henry S(ill), II, 1893-95. Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, 

with the General Electric Co., Lynn, Mass. 
Baldwin, Hiram E(llsworth), I, '90. Chief Engineer, Variety Iron & Steel 

Works Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Baldwin, James Clarke Tileston, VI, 1884-88. General Superintendent of 

Traffic, New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., Boston, Mass. 
Baldwin, James R(umford), S.B., II, 1900-01. Assistant Engineer, Essex 

Company, Lawrence, Mass. 



26 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Baldwin, Jessie, V, 1882-85. See Winsor, Mrs. Paul. 

Baldwin, John Robinson, A.B., B.S., VI, 1908-09. Testing Department, 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
Baldwin, J(ose) D(ewey), VI. 1907-08. New York Manager, Dynalectric 

Co., 200 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Baldwin, Loammi Franklin, 1870-73- Engineer and Special Inspector, 31 

Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Baldwin, R(obert) S(outhwick), V, 1898-00. Electrical Engineer, Pearson 

Engineering Corporation, Ltd., lOO Waller Ave., White Plains, N.Y. 
Baldwin, Theodore Anderson, Jr., I, 1897-98. 
Baldwin, Thomas W(illiams), A.B., I. '76. Wellesley, Mass. 
Baldwin, William Henry, 1879-80. 
Balkam, Arthur T(homas), XIII, 1901-04, 1906-07. Assistant Engineer, 

Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies, 31 Milk St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Balkam, Clifford Mann, VII, 1895-97. Accountant, P.O. Box 228, Colorado 

Springs, Colo. 
Ball, Edwin Chester, VI, 1904-09. 298 South St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Ball, Henry Barnesley, rv, 1884-85. Deceased. 
Ball, Herbert James, II, '06. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, 

Lowell Textile School, Lowell, Mass. 
Ball, James T., 1884-86, School of Mechanic Arts. Architect and Engineer, 

II Wareham St., Boston, Mass. 
Ball, Robert S(teele),II, '91. Consulting Engineer, 189 Gleneldon Road, 

Streatham, London, S.W., England. 
Ball, Sidney Y(oung), I, '03. President, The Ball Watch Co., Cleveland, 

Ohio. 
Ball, W(illiam) G(ilbert), m, 'os- Superintendent, Boston Bundle Wood 

Co., 122 West First St., South Boston, Mass. 
Ballanttne, George Alexander, B.S., iv, 1889-90. Died March 16, 1910. 
Ballantyne, Bertha L(ennie), vn, '99. See Hancock, Mrs. James Henry. 
Ballantyne, James Ray, II, 1883-84. Died August, 1885. 
Ballard, Alice, V, 1876-79. See Crosby, Mrs. William O. 
Ballard, Harold F(oote), I, '09. With Macdonald Engineering Co., Monad- 
nock Building, Chicago, 111. 
Ballard, Hetty O(rrilla), Xll. '93. Died December 20, 1897. 
Ballard, J(oseph) W(illiam), II. '02. Agent, with Griswoldville Manu- 
facturing Co., Griswoldville, Mass. 
Ballon, Charles Rathbone, ix, 1893-95. 

Ballou, Edgar Clark, II, IV, 1906-07. 83 Niagara St., Providence, R.I. 
Ballon, Hattie A., v, 1879-80. 
Ballou, Henry W(elcome), I. '97. Civil Engineer, 735 Banigan Building, 

Providence, R.I. 
Ballou, L(atimer) W(illis), M.M.E., II, '95- Agent, Guerin Spinning Co., 

Woolen Yarns, Woonsocket, R.I. 1^ 

Ballou, Roland]H(unnewell), VI, '04. Treasurer, Manhasset Manufacturing 

Co., Providence, R.I. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 27 

Balls, William Howard, xni. 1904-05. Professor of Drawing, Southern 

High and Manual Training High School, Broad and Jackson Streets, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Banash, J(ames) I(ra), vni, '06. Assistant Engineer, Underwriters Lab- 
oratories, Incorporated, 207 East Ohio St., Chicago, 111. 
Bancroft, Albert Fitch, IX, 1903-06. Buyer, Thomas G. Plant Co., Boston, 

Mass. 
Bancroft, James Merritt, 1877-78. Haverhill, Mass. 
Bancroft, James Robert, VI, XI, 1905-07. 671 Grover St., Newton Lower 

Falls, Mass. 
Bancroft, Joseph, X, '98. Treasurer, Joseph Bancroft & Sons Company, 

Wilmington, Del. 
Bancroft, Wilfred, n, '97. Sales Manager, Lanston Monotype Machine 

Co., 1231 Callowhill St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Banes, Robert Coleman, 1885-86. 

Banes, Warner Johnson, li, 1887-88. Died October 29, 1895. 
Banfield, Frederic Eugene, Jr., ll, 1903-04. 17 Woodward St., Newton 

Highlands, Mass. 
Bangs, Carl H(enry), II, '08. Draughtsman with Submarine Signal Com- 
pany, 255 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Bannard, W(illiam) N(ewell), 1, 1866-69. Special Agent to General Manager, 

Pennyslvania Railroad, Broad St. Station, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Banta, May, B.S., VIII, 1892-93. Teacher, Manual Training High School, 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Barber, Annie Mildred, A.B., 1902-03. 29 Wall St., Wallingford, Conn. 
Barber, Clarence E(ugene), II, 1901-04- Foreman of Machine Shops, with 

M. A. Barber, 25 Chestnut St., Norwich, Conn. 
Barber, Earl H(untington), XI, '10. Engineer with U.S. Geological Survey, 

17 Maple Ave., Newton, Mass. 
Barber, James Saxton, 1894-96. Died September 15, 1900. 
Barber, R(aymond) J(enness), ill, '06. Mining Engineer, Thomas & 

Barber, Mining Engineers, Laughlin Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Barber, Waldo A(ustin), V, VIIl, 1902-04. 21 Gardner St., AUston, Mass. 
Barber, William, IV, 1900-01. Architect, 73 First National Bank Building, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Barbour, F(red) F(isk), VI, 1883-85. Manager, Collection Department, 

care of Pacific Gas and Electric Co., 445 Sutter St., San Francisco, 

Cal. 
Barbour, M(inard) T(ownsend), II, '93. With Otis Elevator Co., Chicago, 

111. 
Barbour, W(illiam) E(mest), Vl, 1892-94- VV. E. Barbour Co., Fuel and 

Feed Business, Noyes St., Evanston, 111. 
Barcus, Walter J(ames) E(mmons), III, '08. 251 State St., Albany, 

N.Y. 
Bardin, Isaac David, 1897-98. 
Bardwell, Arthur F(rancis), I, 1884-86. Inventor, 91 Woodside Terrace, 

Springfield, Mass. 



28 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Bardwell, E(arl) S(mith), m, '06. Mining Engineer, Boston & Montana 

Mining & Smelting Co., Great Falls, Mont. 
Bardwell, Francis Newton, Jr., ll, 1891-93- Deceased. 
Bardwell, Fred L(eslie), S.B., V, '84. Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 

Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Bardwell, Herbert Tyler, I, '83. Died April 10, 1907. 
Barker, Bertha I(sabel), B.S., V, Vll, 1904-06. Engaged in Medical Research, 

The Henry Phipps Institute for Tuberculosis, 238 Pine St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Barker, Charles Morse, VI, 'n. 44 James St., Newark, N.J. 
Barker, Clinton C(arter), I, 1903-08. Assistant Engineer, Engineering 

Department, County of Essex, Court House, Salem, Mass. 
Barker, Edgar H(arrison), II, 1892-96. Chief of Departments of Woolen 

and Worsted Yarns, Lowell Textile School, Lowell, Mass. 
Barker, E(lliott) R(ensseiaer), V, '98. Chemist and Engineer, 26 Lombard 

Road, Arlington, Mass. 
Barker, Eustis H(erbert), 1888-89. 
Barker, George G(ardner), n, 1891-92, 1898-99. 
Barker, George M., 1869-70. 
Barker, Harrington, n, '98. Assistant Examiner, U.S. Patent Office, 

Washington, D.C. 
Barker, Ja(me)s E(dniund), VI, '00. Assistant Electrical Engineer, Bureau 

of Los Angeles Aqueduct Power, Central Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Barker, J(ames) M(adison), I, '07. 20 Oxford St., Pittsfield, Mass. 
Barker, Joseph H., 1869-73- Died July 12, 1902. 
Barker, Percy Lewis, 1889-90. Died 1900. 
Barker, Wilbur Stuart, B.S., 1899-00. Commercial Traveler, Harrisburg Feed 

& Grain Co., Masonic Temple, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Barkhouse, E(dgar) L(ouis), VI, '97. Sales Manager with Emerson Elec- 
tric Manufacturing Co., 21st St. and Washington Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
Barlow, James Evans, I, '05. Engineer with the Bureau of Municipal 

Research, 911 Neave Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Barlow, Mary, V, 1893-94. See Burton, Mrs. Paul G. 
Barlow, "William H(arvey), V, '98. 4242 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bamaby, George A(lbert), m, '04. 25 Oak St., Peabody, Mass. 
Barnard, Charles Inman, 1869-71. 

Barnard, Edward Herbert, IV, 1872-74- Died April 16, 1909. 
Barnard, Frederick B(rainerd), III, 1904-05. Groton, Mass. 
Barnard, John Edwin, IV, '10. Architectural Draughtsman with Edward 

T. P. Graham, 20 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Barnard, Leonard M(yrick), IV, 1891-95. Civil Engineer, 80 Highland 

Ave., Gardiner, Me. 
Barnard, Martin S., 1887-88, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Barnard, M. Pennock, '80, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Barnard, Pennock, 1878-79; School of Mechanic Arts. 
Barnard, Theodore O(tis), 1890-91. Salesman, 37 Lancaster St., Cambridge, 

Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 29 

Bamd, Jules V(eme), III, 1901-04. Investment Securities, Huber Building, 

Marion, Ohio. 
Barnes, Albert J(olmson), B.S., VI, '09. Traffic Superintendent, Maritime 

Telephone & Telegraph Co., Halifax, Nova Scotia. 
Barnes, Amy, 1880-81. See Maynard, Mrs. Samuel T. 
Barnes, David L., 1876-77- Died December 15, 1896. 
Barnes, Carl(ton) S(loan), VI, '11. 47 Raymond St., Everett, Mass. 
Barnes, Charles J(enckes), V, 1892-93. Orange Grower, Redlands, Cal. 
Barnes, Edith, V, VII, 1876-77, 1879-81. Private Teacher and Lecturer on 

Birds and Botany, Northboro, Mass. 
BamesJ Harry W., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. Died February, 1899. 
Barnes, H(oward) P(arker), I, '06. Engineer, Board of Water Supply, 

City of New York, Ossining, N.Y. 
Barnes, J(ames) P(hillips), VI, '05. Electrical Engineer, with the Syracuse 

Rapid Transit Railway Co., and Oneida Railway Syracuse, Co., N.Y. 
Barnes, John S(tetson), II, '08. Mechanical Engineer with The Merrell 

Soule Co., Syracuse, N.Y. 
Barnes, Roderic B(arbour), A.B., IV, 1905-08. Blanchard & Barnes, Archi- 
tects, 15 West 38th St., New York, N.Y. 
Barnes, Rowland H(anaford), m, 1887-89. Civil and Mining Engineer, 178 

Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Barnes, T(homas) Howard, 1877-78. Civil Engineer, care of United Fruit 

Co., 17 Battery Place, Room 1603, New York, N.Y. 
Barnes, W(arren) H(ammond), I, '97. Civil Engineer, 144 7th Ave., E., 

Twin Falls, Idaho. 
Barnes, Wilfred, v, 1874-77- 
Barnes, W(illard) Carleton, LL.B., 1899-00. Treasurer, Jarvis Engineering 

Co., 61 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 
Barnes, WiUiam H., 1869-72. Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Rail- 
road, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Barnes, William T(homas), I, '93- Engineer-in-Charge, Chicago Office, Met- 

calf & Eddy, Consulting Engineers, 1824 Harris Trust Building, 

Chicago, 111. 
Bamett, Louis, VI, '09. Assistant Electrical Engineer, American Sugar 

Refinery, South Third St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Bamett, Seymour Foster, I, 1905-08. 1816 12th Ave., Seattle, Wash. 
Barney, Edward E., 1868-71. Died August i, 1896. 

Barney, Morgan, XIII, '00. Naval Architect, 29 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Bamhill, Brunswick B., 1869-71. Two Rivers, Nova Scotia. 
Bamum, Edwards W(illiams), n, 1906-07. Designer for Turner Machine 

Co., Danbury, Conn. 
Barnwell, George Winchester, B.S., VI, 1909-10. 40 W. North Ave., Atlanta, 

Ga. 
Barr, Harry P(erkins), n, 1881-85. Consulting Engineer, 157 Walnut St., 

East Orange, N.J. 
Barr, Kester, II, '11. Sales Department, Manning, Maxwell & Moore, 

Incorporated, 85 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. 



30 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Barr, Lawrence, A.B., VI, '95. Manufacturer of Larkins Metallic Packing, 
723 Lewis Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Barrett, Alexander H., 1871-73. Louisville General Electric Light Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 

Barrett, Alfred Lindsay, V, 1894-96. Deceased. 

Barrett, C. D., 1869-70. 

Barrett, Caroline Whitney, Mrs., 1892-93. 

Barrett, Charles Fcrederic), n, '04. Silver Lane, Conn. 

Barrett, Paul B(osworth), VI, X, 1904-06. With the United Shoe Machinery 
Co., Montreal, Quebec. 

Barrett, Sarah Eliza, vm, 1900-01. Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va. 

Barri, Joel G(ray), l, '91. Civil and Consulting Engineer; General Super- 
intendent of Parks, City of Denver, City Hall, Denver, Colo. 

Barrier, Edw(ard) A(ndre),V, '05. Chemical Engineer, Associated Factory 
Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Barron, Carlyle N(orris), ll, 1895-96. 

Barron, Edward T(aylor), in, 'os. Y.M.C.A. Bldg., Steubenville, Ohio. 

Barron, Frank Orlando, 1883-84. Deceased. 

Barrows, Allan H(anscom), V, '05. 281 Lowell St., Reading, Mass. 

Barrows, Anna, VII, 1897-98. Instructor in Domestic Science, Teachers' Col- 
lege, Columbia University, New York, N.Y. 

Barrows, Bernard, X, '97. Lawyer with Patent Department, United Shoe 
Machinery Co., 205 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 

Barrows, Frederick ■W(illiam), III, 1903-05. Gorham St., Lowell, Mass. 

Barrows, G(eorge) Herbert, IV, '05, rv, S.M., '06. Salesman, with the Pres- 
brey Coy Kendall Co., 198 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Barrows, G(eorge) S(hattUCk), '89, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1889-90. 
With Engineering Department, United Gas Improvement Co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Barrows, H(arold) K(ilbreth), I, '95, Associate Professor, Hydraulic 
Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and of Barrows 
& Breed, Consulting Engineers, 6 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Barrows, Herbert, I, '74- Died June 7, 1909. 

Barrows, Irving McFarland, IV, 1889-91. P.O. Box 374, Fairhaven, Mass. 

Barrows, Walter B(radford), VII, '76. Professor of Zoology and Geology, 
Michigan Agricultural College, East Lansing, Mich. 

Barrus, Geo(rge) H(ale), II, '74- Expert and Engineer, 12 Pemberton 
Square, Boston, Mass. 

Barry, C(harles) Gardner, I, 1895-00. Civil Engineer, Cape Cod Construc- 
tion Co., Sandwich, Mass. 

Barry, Edmund D(rinan), xni, '95. Superintendent, Cement Plant No. 5, 
Universal Portland Cement Co., 524 Frick Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Barry, Henry B (alley), n, 1898-99. 

Barry, John G(erald), m, '07. Mining Engineer, care of J. E. Spurr, 
Bullitt Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Barstow, George E(dward), n, '94. Mechanical Engineer, Thomson 
Electric Welding Co., Lynn, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 31 

Bartberger, Edward WCilliam), B.S., rv, 1901-02. Architect with C. M. 
Bartberger & Son, Westinghouse Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Barter, Henry A(lexander), V, 1899-02. 92 Park St., Portland, Me. 

Bartholomew, Arthur ■W(illiam), 1896-97. Newton Centre, Mass. 

Bartholomew, Ethel, B.L., IV, '95. Architectural Draughtsman, 623 East 
i8th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Bartlett, A(rthur) WCarren), X, '04. Engineer, American Water Softener 
Co., Mutual Life Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bartlett, Bertha Leavitt, 1892-93- Sec Hibbard, Mrs. Thomas. 

Bartlett, C(harles) Henry, I, 1881-84. Engineer, with Bartlett & Gay, 
Engineers, 60 Pemberton Sq., Boston, Mass. Lawyer, of Bartlett & 
Sherman, Counsellors at Law, Boston, Mass. 

Bartlett, Charles Lawrence, I, 'n. 34 Putnam St., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Bartlett, (Charles) Terrell, I, '06. Bartlett & Ranney, Civil & Structural 
Engineers, "F" Building, San Antonio, Texas. 

Bartlett, Dana P(rescott), VI, '86. Professor of Mathematics, Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Bartlett, David E(lmore), VI, 1908-11. Engineer, with the Underwriters' 
Laboratories, Incorporated, Room 42, 87 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Bartlett, Edward H(ale), X, '05. Designing Engineer, with the New Eng- 
land Tank & Tower Company, 88 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 

Bartlett, Edwin B(all), A.B., VI, '06. Superintendent, A. O. Smith Co., 
27th St. and Hopkins Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Bartlett, Frederick WCaldo), xm, 1893-95- Manufacturer, Vacuum Special- 
ties, F. W. Bartlett, 15 Kirk Alley, Newark, N.J. 

Bartlett, G(eorge) M(errill), v, 1901-05. Chemist, U.S. Food & Drug In- 
spection Laboratory, 177 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Bartlett, Herbert W(arren), IV, 1891-53- 144 So. 4th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bartlett, Homer E(ugene), iv. '02, IV, S.M., '03. With Walker & Gillette, 
Architects, 131 West 40th St., New York, N.Y. 

Bartlett, Jane Howard, V, 1896-99. Photographer and Secretary, Arts and 
Crafts School, 811 Vermont Ave., Washington, D.C. 

Bartlett, J(oseph) Gardner, IV, 1890-92. Genealogist, 9 Ware St., Dor- 
chester, Mass. 

Bartlett, R(alph) L(incoln), III, '10. Department of Mining Engineering, 
Lehigh University, So. Bethlehem, Pa. 

Bartlett, Sidney R(oland), VII, '87. Pike's Peak Club, Colorado Springs, 
Colo. 

Bartlett, Spaulding, V, '90. With American Felt Co., 244 Summer St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Bartlett, Stephen R(ussell), B.A., n, '03. Industrial Engineer, with Lock- 
wood, Greene & Co., 93 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Bartlett, T(homas) Harris, B.A., in, '84. Register, U.S. Land Office, Depart- 
ment of the Interior, Lewiston, Ohio. 

Bartlett, William H., 1865-66. 

Bartlett, William W., 1865-67. 



32 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Barto, Henry Desbrow, 1892-93. Jamesville, N.Y. 

Bartol, G(eorge), ill, '77. General Manager, Otis Steel Co., Limited, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Barton, Charles A(rthur), II, '87. Manager, Nernst Lamp Co., 124 West 
42d St., New York, N.Y. 

Barton, Charles A(ugustus), Jr., VI, '00. Consulting Engineer, 2772 North 
Paulina St., Chicago, 111. 

Barton, Donald C(linton), A.B., 1910-11. Graduate Student in Geology, 
Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Barton, Mrs. F. O. (Coolidge, Mary Lowell), V, 1888-89. Cotuit, Mass. 

Barton, George H(unt), in, '80. Curator, Teachers' School of Science, 
Boston Society of Natural History, 234 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass. 

Barton, Howard R(ittenhouse), VI, '94. With Westinghouse, Church, 
Kerr & Co., 10 Bridge. St., New York, N.Y. 

Barton, R(oyal) M(iner), VI, 'n. Assistant, Engineering Department, 
Providence Telephone Co., Providence, R.L 

Barton, William E(dward), I, '08. Assistant, Commercial Engineering De- 
partment, New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Barus, Mrs. Carl (Howes, Annie G.), A.B., 1881-82. Author of Health Sta- 
tistics of College Women, 30 Elmgrove Ave., Providence, R.L 

Bary, Dimitri Benjamin, m, 1900-02. 

Basadre, George, M.E., 1891-92. 

Bascom, Calvin P(erry), xm, '04. Works Manager, with Fayette R. 
Plumb, Incorporated, 6300 Hamburger St., St. Louis, Mo. 

Basford, G(eorge) M(arshall), n, '89. Assistant to President, American 
Locomotive Co., 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Bass, Alva Morrison, vr, 1893-94. 

Bass, Frederic H(erbert), xi, '01. Professor of Municipal and Sanitary 
Engineering, University of Minnesota. Director of Engineering 
Division of Minnesota State Board of Health, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Bassett, Eugene Lyman, 1888-89. Died April, 191 1. 

Bassett, George O (liver), v, 1888-91. 463 West St., New York, N.Y. 

Bassett, John Henry, n, VI, 1901-03. Died July 10, 1907. 

Bassett, ■W(illiam) H(astings), V. '91. Assistant Superintendent and Metal- 
lurgist, American Brass Co., Waterbury, Conn. 

Bassett, William M(anning), l, '02. Room 1218, 335 Madison Ave., New 
York, N.Y. 

Batchelder, Charles E(ildermann), VI, '96. With J. D. Batchelder & Co., 
Wholesale Produce Commission Merchants, 29 John St., Boston, Mass. 

Batchelder, Cha(rle)s L(eland), I, '09. Instrumentman, City Engineer's 
Office, Lowell, Mass. 

Batchelder, Frederick R(ussell), VI, '06. 6 Foster St., Brookline, Mass. 

Batchelder, John L(angdon), VII, '90. With Batchelder Bros., Coal 
Merchants, 10 P. O. Square, Boston, Mass. 

Batchelder, J(oseph) F(rederick), m, 1875-79. President of the Hood River 
Development Company, City of Hood River, Hood River, Oregon. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 33 

Batchelder, Ralph J(ohnson), S.M., IV, '08. Draughtsman with Allen & 
Collens, Architects, 40 Centra! St., Boston, Mass. 

Batchelder, William J., IX, 1891-94. Broker, 408 Story Bldg., Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

Batcheller, B(irney) C(lark), II, '86. Chief Engineer, American Pneumatic 
Service Co., 52 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Batcheller, George E(llinwood), II, '10. Treasurer, Batcheller Rubber 
Manufacturing Co., Incorporated, 1586 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Batcheller, Frances C, Vll, 1888-89. 

Batcheller, Henry R., ill, XII, 1889-94- Mining Engineer, P.O. Box 21, 
Washington, N.H. 

Batcheller, J(ames) H(ervey), in, '00. The Tomboy Gold Mines Co., Ltd., 
Telluride, Colo. 

Batcheller, Stillman, m, 1908-09. Littleton, N.H. 

Bateman, Charles H., 1866-69. 

Bateman, George W., Il, 1899-03. Systematizing and Shop Management, 
Sullivan Machinery Co., Claremont, N.H. 

Bates, Charles H., 1885-87. Died November, 1894. 

Bates, Cha(rle)s L(ynn), I, '03. Assistant Engineer, Construction Depart- 
ment, Canadian Pacific Railway, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

Bates, D(aniel) M(oore), X, '96. In charge of Kentmere Works, Joseph 
Bancroft & Sons Co., Wilmington, Del. 

Bates, Edward C, 1867-68. 122 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass. 

Bates, Geo(rge) M(artm), m, '04. Slime Plant Foreman, Anaconda Cop- 
per Mining Co., B. & M. Smelter, Great Falls, Mont. 

Bates, H(arry) R(eyburn), V, '94. Superintendent, Swift Fertilizer Works, 
Wilmington, N.C. 

Bates, Harry Wakefield, 1885-86. Died December 12, 1904. 

Bates, Henry Dodge, IV, '88. President, Bates & Guild Co., Publishers, 
144 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Bates, James H. S., M.E., 1881-85. Mechanical Engineer, P.O. Box 118, 
Hoboken, N.J. 

Bates, James S., ll, 1881-85. 

Bates, John Ross, I, '03. Of Wonham, Sanger & Bates, 30 Church St., 
New York, N.Y. 

Bates, Oric, 1903-04. 4 Otis Place, Boston, Mass. 

Bates, Sarah L., V, 1898-02. Brewster Free Academy, Wolfeboro, N.H. 

Bates, Stacy C(ollins), II, 1907-11. Student, 377 Boyslton St., Boston, Mass. 

Bates, Stanley E., I, 'n. 144 Hancock St., Auburndale, Mass. 

Bates, Sturgis G., II, 1885-87. Vice-President and General Manager, East- 
ern Kentucky Railway Co., Riverton, Ky. 

Bates, Walter C, 1872-73. 94 Green St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Bates, Walter E., 1888-89. 

Baton, Warren Ulysses Chase, XI, 1902-05. Bureau of Water Filtration, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Batsford, Howard E(dwin), X, '08. Research Assistant, Roessler & Hass- 
lacher Chemical Co., Perth Amboy, N.J. 



34 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Batsner, Alexander Graydon, II, 'lo. 124 Sanford St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Batson, Walter V(ennard), VI, '94. Electrical Engineer, Hollis French & 
Allen Hubbard, Consulting Engineers, 88 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Battey, Lewis B., I, 1889-90. 

Battles, D (onald) R(aymond) (Annapolis), XIII A, S.M., '06. Naval Construc- 
tor, U.S.N. , Fore River Shipbuilding Co., Quincy, Mass. 

Batty, E(niest) J(ames), II. 'n. Instructor, Lowell Textile School, Lowell, 
Mass. 

Bauchelle, John F., 1898-99. 

Baum, K(enneth) M(ichael), V, '04. With the American Optical Co., 
Southbridge, Mass. 

Baumann, Edgar B., IV, 1895-98. Broker, Lamson Bros. & Co., 6 Board of 
Trade Bldg., Chicago, III. 

Baumann, Edward S., IV, 1891-93- 1750 North Clark St., Chicago. 111. 

Baumgarten, Emil, IV, 1883-85. Care of Baumgarten & Co., 5th Ave., New 
York, N.Y. 

Baxter, Francis K(eman), Jr., ni, '01. 1839 Hayes St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Baxter, Harry D(avid) G(rieve), 1, 1909-10. Wolf Creek Camp, Timber, Ore. 

Baxter, Jesse B., V, 1889-92. Vice-President, Blue Hill National Bank, 
Milton, Mass. 

Baxter, Lewis L., B.E., IV, 1908-09. Superintendent of Construction, Hedden 
Construction Co., Metropolitan Building, New York, N.Y. 

Baxter, Samuel E., XI, 1900-02. 50 Barka St., Keene, N.H. 

Bay, George G., II, 1902-03. 140 6th St., Ironton, Ohio. 

Bay, William J(ohnston), Xin, '03. Engineer, with the Standard Alcohol 
Co., 525 Rookery Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Bayle, Robert W(ilfred), rv, VI, 1906-08. Office, Glen Falls Cement Co., 
Glen Falls, N.Y. 

Bayley, Frank A., 1880-81. 

Bayne, Alonzo R(udolph), lll, 1903-04. Lemmon, S.D. 

Beach, Albert J(ohn), l, '10. With New England Telephone & Telegraph 
Co., Engineering Department, 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Beach, Albert L., II, 1900-01. 

Beach, Charles Burr, X, '94. James Beach & Son, Soap Manufacturers, 
Dubuque, Iowa. 

Beach, Edward J(ames), V, '89. With James Beach & Sons, Soap Manu- 
facturers, 1 183 Locust St., Dubuque, Iowa. 

Beach, Irving Everett, V, '94. Died July 31, 1909- 

Beal, B(enjamin) Leighton, 1872-75- Secretary, Boston Transit Commis- 
sion, 15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Beal, Cha(rle)s A(lston), VI, '92. General Superintendent, Lamp Works, 
General Electric Co., Harrison, N.J. 

Beal, Foster E(llenborough), L(ascelles), I, '71. Berwyn, Prince George 
County, Md. 

Beal, J. Williams, IV, '77- Architect, 62 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 

Beal, John W(oodbridge), IV, 1906-07- Hanover, Mass. 

Beal, Mart A., V, 1880-81. Died March 12,^1910. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 35 

Beale, Forrest "W., I, 1898-00. Deceased. 

Beales, Ralph Linwood, in, 1906-10. Contractor and Builder, H. J. Beales 

& Son, Rockland, Mass. 
Beall, Van Zandt, B.S., I, '10. Pearsons Engineers, Castroville, Texas. 
Beals, Charles E(dward), II, 1885-89. Field Secretary, American Peace 

Society, 30 No. La Salle St., Chicago, III. 
Beals, Edward M., IX, 1886-88. 125 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. 
Beam, Charles WCillett), I, '07. With Maintenance of Way Department, 

New York Central & Hudson River Railroad, 139 Winslow St., 

Watertown, N.Y. 
Beaman, David W(ebster), VI, '96. Superintendent, New Bedford Gas & 

Edison Light Co., 214 Water St., New Bedford, Mass. 
Beaman, W(iUiam) M., I, ni, 1884-89. Inspector of Topography, U.S. 

Geological Survey, Washington, D.C. 
Bean, Benjamin A., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Bean, Ehzabeth W., VII, 1893-94. Principal, Lawrence School, Brookline, 

Mass. 
Bean, Frank A., 1883-84. 1814465 

Bean, Harry P., 1883-84. Campbell, Cal. 
Bean, Norwin S(herwood), VI, '94. National Bank Examiner, 10 Federal 

Building, Manchester, N.H. 
Bean, Ormond R., IV, 1909-10. Portland, Ore. 
Bean, Sidney A., m, 1891-94. Farmer, Port Chester, N.Y. 
Bean, "Walter R(a3miond), xni, '99. Draughtsman, with the New York 

Shipbuilding Co., Camden, N.J. 
Bearce, W(illia)m P(itt), l, 1902-05. Conduit Engineer, Edison Electric 

Illuminating Co., 39 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Beard, Robert S(tanley), l, '05. Designer, Sewer Department, 608 New 

Nelson Building, Kansas City, Mo. 
Beardsell, Geo(rge) R(ichardson), IX, 1890-92. Counter Manufacturer, 

50 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 
Bearse, Horatio B., 1866-67. 
Beasom, C(harles) B(oardman), II, '90. Engineer and Special Inspector, 

Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Beaton, William A(lexander), IV, 1904-05. 
Seattle, Frederick Steere, Ph.B., V, 1902-03. Clergyman, 26 Summit St., 

Concord, N.H. 
Beattie, R(oy) H(amilton), I, '93. Contractor, Roy H. Beattie, Incor- 
porated, 57 North Main St., Fall River, Mass. 
Beck, Charles B., 1868-69. 
Beck, Mrs. James A. ("Worthington, Isabel), IV, 1903-05. 957 S. First St., 

Louisville, Ky. 
Beck, R(alph) E., B.S., C.E., ill, VI, 1904-06. 120 Fulton St., Boston, Mass. 
Becker, "W(illiam) F(rederick), VI, 1901-05. Electrical Engineer, Becker 

Brothers, 561 W. Washington St., Chicago, 111. 
Beckler, Alice H., v, '92. See Rough, Mrs. F. H. 



36 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Beckler, Edith A(rthur), VII, '02. Instructor in Biology, Simmons College, 

Boston, Mass. 
Beckmann, Rafael Adolf o, ni, 'II. Parral, Chihuahua, Mexico. 
Beckwith, Daniel, 1872-73- 79 Prospect St., Providence, R.I. 
Beckwith, Edward P(ierrepont), V, '01. Consulting Engineer, 20 Broad 

St., New York, N.Y. 
Beddall, Albert R(ichard), VII, 1889-91, i8<)2^93. Physician, Marlboro, 

Mass. 
Beder, Harold W., IV, 1898-99. Architect, 334 5th Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Bedford, Laurence F(axon), VI, 1902-03. 8 Holborn St., Roxbury, Mass. 
Bedford, Tho(ma)s P(a3aie), B.S., VI, 1901-05. Engineer with the Electric 

Storage Battery Co., Rm. 618, 60 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Bedlow, F(red) E(verett), 1881-82. Auditor, Southwestern Telegraph & 

Telephone Co., P.O. Box 952, Dallas, Texas. 
Bedortha, A(lfred) C(alvin), V, 1897-98, 1902-04. Windsor, Conn. 
Bee, Albert W., 1869-73. Deceased. 

Bee, Albert ■W(ilson), Jr., I, '04. 6629 Wentworth Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Beebe, Franklin H., 1876-77. Architect, 30 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Beebe, H(iram) E(rnest), B.s., VI, '10. Private Secretary, Marcus P. 

Beebe, Investment Banker, Ipswich, S.D. 
Beecher, Marcus S., XII, 1907-08. Auburn, Cal. 

Beeching, William H(enry), II, '77- Bookkeeper and Paymaster, River- 
side Bindery, Cambridge, Mass. 
Beede, E(verett) Jefts, n, 1905-07. Shoe Manufacturer, Hudson, Mass. 
Beede, Mary J(osephine), M.D., vn, 1892-93. 10 Conway St., Roslindale, 

Mass. 
Beekman, John V(an Derveer), Jr., iv, '00. General Manager, Whidden 

& Company, Incorporated, Building Constructors, 155 Milk St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Beerman, Bernard, m, 1901-03. Attorney-at-Law, 21 School St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Beers, Harold W(illiain), l, '06. Resident Engineer with the Southern 

Ferro-Concrete Construction Co., 344 Equitable Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 
Beers, Herbert P(age), IV, '97. Of Beers & Beers, Architects, 220 South 

Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Beers, L(ouis) G(ilbert), X, '09. Superintendent of Construction, with the 

Southern Ferro-Concrete Construction Co., 344 Equitable Building, 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Beers, ■W(illia)m H(erbert), VII, '05. Analyst, Birmingham Water Works 

Co., 21 14 1st Ave., Birmingham, Ala. 
Behr, H(emiann), li, VI, 1906-09. With the Beacon Falls Rubber Shoe 

Co., Beacon Falls, Conn. 
Beindorff, Charles F., 1882-83. 
Belcher, Charles E(dwin), 1889-90. Publisher, Standard Publishing Co., 

Rm. 953, 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Belcher, Daniel, II, '09. With Bemis Brothers Bag Co., St. Louis, Mo. 
Belcher, Donald M(inor), s.M., XI, '02. 14 Prospect St., Winchester, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 37 

Belcher, Edw(ar<i) B(rowne), II, 'oi. Superintendent, Berkshire Motor 
Co., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Belcher, Frank K(eiinedy), n, '08. With the Safety Car Heating «& Light- 
ing Co., 2 Rector St., New York, N.Y. 

Belcher, Geo(rge) M(yron), I, '08. With the Labor Department, W. H. 
McElwain Co., Manchester, N.H. 

Belcher, H(eiiry) C(lifford), II, '98. Mechanical Engineer, with the Ver- 
mont Marble Co., Proctor, Vt. 

Belcher, Merton, IV, 1905-06. Teller, Humboldt County Bank, Eureka, Cal. 

Belcher, "Walter C, VII, 1895-96. Metallurgist, with the National Aluminum 
Co., P.O. Box 452, Holbrook, Mass. 

Belden, Charles A., 1869-73- Ross, Marin County, Cal. 

Belden, Charles Josiah, II, '10. Ross, Marin County, Cal. 

Belden, George F., 1871^2. 

Belden, Richard E(dwin), II, 1889-93. 30 Broad St., New London, Conn. 

Belding, A(rthur) F(ield), n, '05. With Sullivan Machinery Co. of Chi- 
cago, 111., 814 Salisbury House, London Wall, London, E.C., England. 

Beliveau, Francis G(oodwin), 1904-07. 21 Grant St., Keene, N.H. 

Belknap, Francis W(heelwright), I, '95. Secretary, Phoenix Construction 
Co., 41 Park Row, New York, N.Y. 

Belknap, George H., ll, 1896-99. 

Belknap, H(oward) P(arkinson), II, 1905-06. 1136 Commonwealth Ave., 
Boston, Mass. 

Bell, Alfred W., 1887-89. Salesman with the William G. Bell Co., 50 Com- 
mercial St., Boston, Mass. 

Bell, A(ndrew) L(ane), XUI, '06. Supervisor of Mechanical Inspection, 
Isthmian Canal Commission, P.O. Box 218, Wheeling, W.Va. 

Bell, Frank F(rederick), n, '10. On Construction of Hilo Breakwater, 
Philadelphia Breakwater Co., Gen. Del. Hilo, Hawaii, T.H. 

Bell, Hermon F., B.A., I, 1901-02. Accountant, 142 Montague St., Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 

Bell, James Samuel, Jr., II, 1902-03. With the J. S. Bell Confectionery 
Co., Cambridgeport, Mass. 

Bell, John R(ice), X, 'n. Died December 22, 191 1. 

Bell, Lowthian L(ambert), III, 1902-04. 

Bell, Raymond E(dwin), II, XIll, 1901-05. 

Bell, Samuel R(obinson), 1902-03. 178 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Bell, Stewart S (argent), VI, 1892-94. 76 Woburn St., Reading, Mass. 

Bell, William M., 1873-74. 

Bellamy, Arthur M(uirson), B.S., V, 1904-05. Civil Engineer, 17 Bowdoin 
Ave., Grove Hall P.O., Boston, Mass. 

Bellows, A(rthur) B(enjamin), ll, '89. Vice-President, Pittsburgh Testing 
Laboratory, Seventh and Bedford Aves., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Bellows, Robert P., A.B., 1903-04. Architect, Bellows & Aldrich, 8 Beacon 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Belser, James L., II, 1885-87. Draughtsman, 15 Noanet St., Suite 8, Boston, 
Mass. 



38 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Bement, William, Jr., Chemistry and Mechanical Drawing, 1881-82. Bement 

Concrete & Mfg. Co., 1033 Boone Ave., Spokane, Wash. 
Bemis, Albert F(arwell), I, '93. President, Bemis Brothers Bag Co., 

P.O. Box 5173, Boston, Mass. 
Bemis, John W., 1886-87. Died November 25, 1902. 
Bendami, Roland, V, 1901-02. 2406 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md. 
Bender, E(rwin) F(erdinand), n, XIII, 1902-05. Manager, New York 

Office, Kinney Manufacturing Co., 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 
Bender, H(omer) C(harles), I, '09. Civil Engineer, with the Stone & 

Webster Engineering Corporation, 314 I.O.O.F. Building, Reno, 

Nev. 
Bender, Lowry D. W., Ill, 1899-00. Died November 20, 191 1. 
Bender, Margaret W., IV, 1898-99. 434 Atlantic Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Benedict, Jules B., 1895-96. 
Benedict, Vallette L(jmian), VI, '94. Manager, Los Angeles Fire Alarm 

Co., Delta Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Benedict, W(illia)m L., IX, 1877-78. Banker, of the firm of Kidder, Peabody 

& Co., 56 Wall St., New York, N.Y. 
Benham, Frank Arthur, I, '06. Plant Engineering Department, New 

England Telephone & Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 
Bennett, Arthur F(rancis), III, '03. Wayland, Mass. 
Beimett, Edward E(llsworth), v, 1906-07. With National Milk Sugar Co., 

Pearl St., Bainbridge, N.Y. 
Bennett, Fred(eric)k G(ardner), I, '05. Assistant Engineer, Sect. 3, White 

Plains Division, Board of Water Supply, City of New York. R.F.D. 

2, Box 27A, White Plains, N.Y. 
Bennett, Henry D(exter), l, 1881-85. RealEstate and Insurance Business, 

85 Water St., Boston, Mass. 
Bennett, H(erbert) H(and), ill, 1905-08. Wool Business, 3409 Walnut St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bennett, Lewis Cartwright, vil, 1907-08. Real Estate, 5807 Washington 

Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Bennett, Raymond F(ranklin), I, '99. President, Bennett Contracting 

Corporation, 211 Commercial St., Portland, Me. 
Bennett, Robert M., 1890-91. 
Bennett, S(tephen) H(owe), 1882-83. Stock Broker, Room 25, 53 State 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Bennett, Mrs. W. B. (Hayden, Sophia G.), IV, '90. 371 Shirley St., Win- 

throp, Mass. 
Bennink, Carroll, IV, '99. Architect, 1903 H St., Washington, D.C. 
Benson, H(arry) F(rederic), ll, 1901-02. Mechanical Engineer, 12 Boynton 

St., Swampscott, Mass. 
Benson, Harry P., '86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Benson, Howard J., ill, 1898-99. 

Benson, Newton D(avis), IV, '99- Proprietor, The Cement Concrete Con- 
struction Co., Engineers and Contractors, 75 Westminster St., Provi- 
dence, R.I. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 39 

Benson, Stuart ■W"(ells), X, '05. Chief Draughtsman, Trenton Iron Com- 
pany, Trenton, N.J. 

Bent, Elmer M., i87<)-8o, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Bent, L(eavitt) N(ewell), X, '06. Superintendent, Independent Powder 
Co., Carthage, Mo. 

Bent, Walter Gregory, X, '05. With the Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N.Y. 

Bentham, Mrs. Charles E. (O'Hara, Anna F.), 1892-96. 2351 Fifth St., 
San Diego, Cal. 

Bentley, Fred H(arold), ll, '06. Erection Engineer, Niagara Falls Power 
Co., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 

Bentley, Harry Howe, IV, '08. Architectural Draughtsman with R. E. 
Schmidt, Garden & Martin, 179 W. Washington St., Chicago, 111. 

Bentley, "William Perry, B.S., VI, '04. Consulting and Constructing Engi- 
neer, 1305 Commerce St., Dallas, Texas. 

Benton, C(arroll) R(oland), I, '10. Assistant in Civil Engineering, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Benton, Cha(rle)s C(ollins), rv, 1908-09. Architect, Benton & Moore, 
Wilson, N.C. 

Benton, Edward Raymond, Ph.D., IV, '85. Architect, 67 Milk St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Berg, George H., 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Berg, William H., 1905-06. Cottage Grove, Ore. 

Bergen, Francis P(atrick), A.M., VI, '98. Superintendent, The Sacramento 
Valley Power Company, P.O. Box 747, Chico, Cal. 

Bergen, Harold G(erald), II, 1904-05. Babylon, L.I., N.Y. 

Bergstrom, George Edwin, IV, '99. Parkinson & Bergstrom, Architects, 
1035 Security Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Berliner, E(dgar) M(aurice), II, '07. With the Berliner Gramophone Co., 
Limited, Montreal, Que. 

Berry, A. Hun, rv, 1869-70. Manufacturer of Ventilating Fans, 23 West 
First St., So. Boston, Mass. 

Berry, Arthur H., A.B., A.M., V, 1899-00. Manager, S. P. Bray Coal Co., 
63 Water St., Newbury port, Mass. 

Berry, Charles W(illiam), VI, '95. Assistant Professor of Mechanical En- 
gineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Berry, George Stillman, Jr., 1894-95. 

Berry, Henry E(llis), 1901-02. 272 Kent St., Brookline, Mass. 

Berry, Hereford, VI, '94. Electrical Engineer, with the Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Berton, Edward F. C, 1873-74- 

Besler, W(illiam) G., 1884-85. Vice-President and General Manager, Cen- 
tral R.R. Co. of New Jersey, 143 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. 

Besse, Eldred Edward, I, 'n. 10 Cooke St., Fairhaven, Mass. 

Besse, Harold A., V, 1898-99. P.O. Box 79, Newburyport, Mass. 

Besselievre, Arthur Clebome, xin, '09. Scientific Department, New York 
Shipbuilding Co., Camden, N.J. 



40 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Best, Charles F., vn, 1889-90. Wholesale Grain, J. D. Best & Co., Denver, 

Colo. 
Best, Edna May, v, '02. See Sexton, Mrs. F. H. 
Bettington, Claude A(lbemiarle), VI, 1904-05- Consulting Mechanical and 

Electrical Engineer, 14 Half Moon St., Piccadilly, London, W., 

England. 
Bettington, Egerton M(itford), VI, '09. Engineer, The Central Mining & 

Investment Corporation, Ltd., P.O. Box 4563, Johannesburg, Trans- 
vaal, So. Africa. 
Betton, C. Grinnell, 1875^8. Died July, 1901. 
Betts, Ira B., Jr., IV, 1897-99. General Contractor, Atlantic Terra Cotta 

Co., 1 1 70 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Beular, Frank E., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Beverstock, Charles Whitney, I, '03. Engineer, Security Construction Co., 

633 Citizen & National Bank Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Bevier, Isabel, 1898-99. Professor of Household Science, University of Illi- 
nois, Urbana, 111. 
Bhat, Keshar Melhar, 1880-82. in Jogeshwari Lane, Poona, India. 
Bickford, Elizabeth E(mma), Ph.D.. VII, '90. Teacher, 1508 EI Centro St., 

Pasadena, Cal. 
Bickford, Fritz C(larence), IV, 1901-03. 104 Hutchings St., Roxbury, 

Mass. 
Bickford, Warren Ira, VI, '01. Secretary and Treasurer, Iron City Electric 

Co., 711 New Grant St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Bicknell, Frederick A., 1871-73- 
Bicknell, John W(arren), A.B., in, 1904-06. General Rubber Company, 

Singapore Straits Settlements. Address, 99 Maple St., Maiden, 

Mass. 
Bicknell, Percy L., VI, 1892-94. Weymouth, Mass. 
Bicknell, R(ichard) S(tuart), X, 'n. Chemical Engineer, The Thermal 

Syndicate, Ltd., 50 E. 41st St., New York, N.Y. 
Biedler, W(illia)m T(homas), B.S., VI, '10. Electrical Engineer with the 

Consolidated Gas, Electric Light & Power Co., Lexington and Liberty 

Sts., Baltimore, Md. 
Bien, Van Tuyl H(art), XIII, 'lo. With the Fore River Shipbuilding Co., 

Quincy, Mass. 
Bierer, John Michael, B.S., X, '10. With Boston Woven Hose & Rubber 

Co., Cambridge, Mass. 
Bierer, Ralph Winfred, I, 'n. Cedarville, Va. 
Bigelow, Alanson 3rd., 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Bigelow, Braxton, ill, '10. Mining Engineer, Alaska Treadwell Mine, 

Treadwell, Alaska. 
Bigelow, Cha(rle)s H(udson), 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., VI, '9a. 

Mechanical Engineer, Assistant Superintendent, Power and Plant, 

Yale & Towne Manufacturing Co., Stamford, Conn. 
Bigelow, C(harles) Willard, II, 1891-94. 274 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 
Bigelow, Eugene K., IX, 1887-89. 



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Bigelow, F(rederick) S(outhgate), VI, 1890-93- Associate Editor, Saturday 
Evening Post, Curtis Publishing Co., Independence Sq., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Bigelow, Gertrude, 1897-98. Assistant in Chemistry, Wellesley College, 
Wellesley, Mass. 

Bigelow, Henry B., VII, 1896-97. Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

Bigelow, Henry Forbes, IV, '88. Of Bigelow & Wadsworth, Architects, 
3 Hamilton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Bigelow, Jane Poultney, 1907-08. 

Bigelow, John A(rthur), IV, 1907-11. Architect, with James F. Bigelow, 
Marlboro, Mass. 

Bigelow, L(yman) Herbert, I, '01. Civil Engineer and Superintendent of 
Construction, Quartermaster's Department, U.S. Army, Honolulu, 
H.T. 

Bigelow, Maiirice W(ells), ll, 1892-94, 1894-95- 

Bigelow, PreSCOtt, 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1879-80. Stock 

Broker, 50 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Bigelow, S(amuel) Lawrence, A.B., Ph.D., V, '95. Professor of General and 

Physical Chemistry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Bigelow, William B., 1868-70. 
Bigelow, William Walter, II, '07. With J. A. Worcester & Co., Structural 

Engineers, 79 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Biggi, Frederic A(nthony), I, '04. Assistant Engineer with the New York 

State Highway Commission, Division Engineers Office, Albany, N.Y. 
Biggs, Asa J(ones), IV, 1903-05- 216 Institute St., Jackson, Tenn. 
Bill, Earle G(ordon), I, 1903-04. Wolfville, Nova Scotia. 
Billings, George L., iv, 1883-86. 
Billings, Harold Dexter, Xl, 1907-11- With J. A. Worcester & Co., 79 Milk 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Bilyea, C(arl) T(hompson), IV, '03- With Promotion Department, Barrett 

Manufacturing Co., 17 Battery Place, New York, N.Y. 
Bingham, Francis M., IV, 1895-96- Towle Manufacturing Co., Newbury- 

port, Mass. 
Bingham, Henry M., 1871-72. 

Bingham, Rutherfurd, VI, '07. St. Nicholas Club, New York, N.Y. 
Binley, W(illia)m, Jr., E.E., XIII, '97- Leading Draughtsman, Hull Division, 

U.S. Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Binney, Amos, V, '81. Died February 29, 1912. 
Binney, Arthur, 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Binney, Harold, LL.b., VI, 1884-87. Lawyer, 2 Rector St., New York, N.Y. 
Binney, Henry P., 1868-69. 50 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Binney, James A., 1890-91. 153 Highland St., Roxbury, Mass. 
Bird, Adelaide, A.M., VII, '91- Teacher of Biology, Wilson College, 

Chambersburg, Pa. 
Bird, Elisha B(rown), IV, 1888-91. Designer of Advertisements, Mercantile 

Catalogues and Book-Plates, 27 School St., Boston, Mass. 



42 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Bird, Herbert S(tetson), V, '88. Chemist, Royal Baking Powder Co., 

Kent Ave., and Morton St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Bird, Viggo E(dward), VI, '08. Superintendent, Fall River Gas Co., Fall 

River, Mass. 
Birge, Cha(rle)s E., IV, 1893-94- Architect, 29 W. 34th St., New York, N.Y. 
Birks, Arthur Henry, IV, '01. Died August 29, 1907. 
Birks, John H(enry), II, '91. Of Henry Birks & Sons, Manufacturers, 

Phillips Square, Montreal, Quebec. 
Bisbee, Robert Calvin, v, 1903-04- Dealer in Stocks and Bonds, Bethel, Me. 
Biscoe, Maurice Bigelow, IV, '93. Architect, 901 Mining Exchange, 

Denver, Colo. 
Bishop, Francis Herbert, II, 1905-07- i Summit Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Bishop, F(rederic) L(endall), Ph.D., vni, '98. Professor of Physics, and 

Dean of School of Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, 

Pa. 
Bishop, Gilbert C, 1887-88. Deceased. 
Bishop, Herbert E., 1891-92. 
Bishop, Nathaniel H., 1868-69. 
Bissell, David S., ill, '81. President, Duquesne Forge Co. (Iron and Steel 

Forgings), Woodland Road, E.E., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Bissell, Joseph E., 1889-90. Deceased. 

Bissell, Robert W., C.E., m.e., 1, 1887-90. Engineer and Metallurgist, Wood- 
land Road, E.E., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Bissell, Thomas H., VI. Died December 20, 1897. 
Bisset, David Milton, 1903-04. i Laurel St., Charlestown, Mass. 
Bitler, Ehner R(oy) I, 1906-07. 202 W. Lloyd St., Sher»3.ndoah, Pa. 
Bittinger, Charles, 1901-02. 
Bixby, Arthur G., 1891-92. With the Independent Telephone Co., 115 4th 

Ave., Seattle, Wash. 
Bixby, Geo(rge) L(inder), S.M., X, '95. With the Anderson Electric Car 

Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Bixby, John L., Jr., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Bixby, Llewellyn, B.L., I, '04. Second Vice-President, Bixby Land Co., 

22 Pacific Ave., Long Beach, Cal. ** 

Bixby, Robert, II, 1901-02. 67 Holly St., Lawrence, Mass. 
Bixby, Willard G(oldthwaite), n, '89. Vice-President, S. M. Bixby & Co., 

Manufacturers of Shoe Blacking, 46th St. and Second Ave., Brooklyn, 

N.Y. 
Bixby, William H(erbert), (West Point) , 1866-67. General, Corps of Engineers, 

U.S. Army, 428 Custom House, St. Louis, Mo. 
Bixby, William Paul, 1878-79- Died 1888. 
Bixby, W(illiam) P(eet), ll, '05, VI, '08. With the Union Wadding Co., 

Pawtucket, R.I. 
Black, A(lbert) Shirley, I, 1903-06. Of Geer, Farquhar, Norris & Black, 

341 Union St., Lynn, Mass. 
Black, Henry George Atkinson, v, VI, 1906-08. Assistant Examiner, U. S. 

Patent Office, Washington, D.C. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 43 

Black, Matthew B., I, 'ii. Engineer on Construction, Minetto-Meriden 
Co., Minetto, N.Y. 

Black, Mavirice, II, 1892-95. 156 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Black, T(homas) B(ass), m, '09. With the Vulture Mines Co., Wickenburg, 
Ariz. 

Blackburn, Henry W(ashmgton), II, '08. Instructor in Mechanical Engi- 
neering, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. 

Blackie, J(ohn) F(rank), 1902-03. Assistant Superintendent, Milwaukee 
Coke & Gas Co., Foot of Greenfield Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Blackmer, Arthur E(liot), I, '99. Superintendent, Water Department, 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Blackmer, Edward S(hennan), 1887-88. Hingham, Mass. 

Blackmer, Mrs. Edward S. (Sherman, Adelaide), V, '90. Hingham Centre, 
Mass. 

Blackmer, James W., I, 1887-91. Superintendent of Water Works, Town of 
Beverly, 19 Madison Ave., Beverly, Mass. 

Blackmer, W(illiam) D(aniels), ill, '98. Mining Engineer, Central Build- 
ing, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Blackwell, Edith Brown, 1887-88. Died October, 1906. 

Blackwell, Ethel B., m.d.. VII, '91. See Robinson, Mrs. A. B. 

Blackwell, Otto B(ernard), VI, '06. With American Telephone & Tele- 
graph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Blackwell, Victor J(oseph), IV, 1906-08. 54 Bank of Toronto Building, Lon- 
don, Ont., Can. 

Blade, Edward H(ubner), VI, 'n. With the Millville Manufacturing Co., 
Millville, N.J. 

Blagden, Edward R., 1885-86. 4548 McPherson Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Blair, Burton B., 1887-88. Insurance Engineer, Philadelphia Contribution- 
ship for the Insurance of Houses by Loss from Fire, 212 S. 4th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Blair, Donald M(clver), 1884-85. Building Mover, 444 Harrison Ave., 
Boston, Mass. 

Blair, Fred Page, I, VI, 1905-08. 2703 Russell Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Blair, Howard K., V, 1878-80. Deceased. 

Blair, James R., v, 1889-90. 

Blair, J(oshua), B., IV, 1889-91. Architect, 54 Olney St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Blair, Lewis van D., II, 1896-97. 

Blair, P(aul) A(lexander), IX, XIII, 1902-03. Patent Solicitor, with Duell, 
Warfield & Duell, 2 Rector St., New York, N.Y. 

Blair, Robert S(herman), VI, 'oo. Of Duell, Warfield & Duell, Patent 
Lawyers, 2 Rector St., New York, N.Y. 

Blaisdell, Albert C, v, 1902-03. 

Blaisdell, Hiram W(heeler), 1869-73- Civil and Mining Engineer, 334 
Pacific Electric Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Blaisdell, R(obert) Van B(ergen), IV, 1898-00. Blaisdell Farm. Coeymans, 

Albany County, N.Y. 
Blake, Aldrich, VI, 1905-06. 120 South College Ave-, Grand Rapids, Mich. 



44 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Blake, Arthur ■W(illiam), II, 1903-05, 1906-07. 54 Eastern Promenade, Port- 
land, Me. 
Blake, Edmund E(nos), II, '93. Agent, Saco-Pettee Co., Biddeford, Me. 
Blake, Edward, VI, 1885-86. Died October 10, 1893. 
Blake, F(rancis) Minot, II, '99. Superintendent, Special Risk Department, 

Phoenix Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn. 
Blake, Francis Polk, ill, '96. Died December 24, 1900. 
Blake, Francis Stanton, 1888-89. 37 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Blake, George F., II, 1876-79. 120 Lincoln St., Worcester, Mass. 
Blake, George Baty, 1888-89. Lenox, Mass. 
Blake, Gladys May Elizabeth, V, 1905-08. 184 West Canton St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Blake, Henry W(ilUam), VI, 1887-88. Editor, Electric Railway Journal, 

239 W. 39th St., New York, N.Y. 
Blake, Howard C(obuni), I, 1903-05. 3009 Deakin St., Berkeley, Cal. 
Blake, K(enneth) M(allon), II, '99. Manager, Boston Branch, Locomobile 

Co. of America, 700 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Blake, Samuel H., VI, 1890-94. Electrical Engineer, General Electric Co., 

Pittsfield, Mass. 
Blake, WiUiam B(isbee), I, '87. Assistant Real Estate Agent, Pennsyl- 
vania Lines West of Pittsburgh, iioi Union Station, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Blake, WUliam G., 1890-91. 

Blakeman, ■W(iUiam) H(ildreth), A.B., XIII, '05. Second Assistant to General 
Superintendent, Wm. Cramp & Sons, Ship and Engine Building Co., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Blakeslee, George L., n, 1892-93- U.S. Reclamation Service, Powell, Wyo. 
Blanc, Samuel L., 1890-91- 

Blanchard, Arthur A(lphonzo), Ph.D., V, '98. Assistant Professor of Inor- 
ganic Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Blanchard, Carlton S., 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts. Builder, with L. P. 

Soule & Son Co., 166 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Blanchard, C(ecil) K(ing), B.S., Vll, 1908-09. Agent of the Wellesley Board 

of Health, 554 Washington St., Wellesley, Mass. 
Blanchard, Charles N., 1891-92. 
Blanchard, Frank S., II, 1874-75- Architect, 1726 Marquette Building, 

Chicago, 111. 
Blanchard, F(rederick) C(hambers), n, '91. Works Manager and Assistant 
Treasurer, The Ashcroft Manufacturing Co., and the Consolidated 
Safety Valve Co., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Blanchard, Harold, 1899-01. 8 Exchange Place, Boston, Mass. 
Blanchard, Huse Templeton, IV, '01. Of Blanchard and Barnes, Architects, 

15 W. 38th St., New York, N.Y. 
Blanchard, Winslow, II, '88. President, The Blanchard Machine Co., 

64 State St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Blancher, Mary A (dams), V, 1880-82. 

Blankenbuehler, R(ea) E(dmunds), A.B., X, '09. Chemical Engineer, with 
the Monsanto Chemical Works, 1800 S. Second St., St. Louis, Mo. 



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Blashfield, Edwin Rowland, 1865-66. Painter, Carnegie Hall, New York, 

N.Y. 
Blatt, H(erman) O(tto), II, '04. Shop Superintendent, Imperial Wire 

& Cable Co., Limited, Montreal, Quebec. 
Blatz, John, 1902-03. 

Blau, Mrs. M. F. (Ellsworth, Julia), 1895-96- 27 Bank St., Princeton, N.J. 
Blauvelt, W(illiam) G(rove), A.B., VI, '01. With Engineering Department, 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 
Bleecker, John S (teams), II, '98. Manager, Columbia Railroad Co., for 

Stone & Webster Management Association, Columbus, Ga. 
Bleecker, "Warren F., v, 1897-98. 

Blinn, Alfred M., IV, 1887-90. Architect, 89 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Bliss, Clara A(mity), B.S., V, VII, 1890-91, 1904-05. Professor of Chemistry, 

Wells College, Aurora, N.Y. 
Bliss, Duane L(eroi), Jr., II, 1891-95. General Manager, Lake Tahoe Rail- 
way & Transportation Co., Tahoe, Cal. 
Bliss, Mrs. Edward P. (McKay, Mary), 1876-77. Lexington, Mass. 
Bliss, Edwin P(ackard), I, VI, 1893-97. 10 Allen St., Newburyport, Mass. 
Bliss, George H(enry), I, 1893-97. Engineer, U.S. Reclamation Service, 

Boise, Idaho. 
Bliss, Henry W., 1879-80. Treasurer, Massachusetts Mohair Plush Co., 

200 Devonshire St.,. Boston, Mass. 
Bliss, "Walter Danforth, rv, '95. Architect, Balboa Building, San Francisco, 

Cal. 
Bliss, "W(illiam) S., I, 1883-87. Mining Business, 1307 Humboldt Bank 

Building, San Francisco, Cal. 
Bliss, Z(enas) "W(ork), II, '89. Real Estate and Insurance Broker, 171 

Westminster St., Providence, R.I. 
Block, Paul Henry, I, 1905-09. Died December 24, 1908. 
Blodgett, A(aron) D., II, '76. President, Blodgett Clock Co., 141 Franklin 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Blodgett, Albert Alden, S.M., IV, '06. With Henry W. Rowe, Architect, 

161 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Blodgett, Eber L(engnick), VI, 1901-02. 
Blodgett, George R(a3miond), VI, '02. 

Blodgett, George "W(ard), I, '73. Died November 23, 1911. 
Blodgett, John, II, 1884-87. Riverside Bridge Co., Martin's Ferry, Ohio. 
Blodgett, Kinsley, 1, 1892-95. Clergyman, 1016 Main St., Worcester, Mass. 
Blodgett, L(aurence) G(ould), I, '06. Of Blodgett Construction Co., 

Contracting Engineers, 217 Midland Building, Kansas City, Mo. 
Blodgett, Mildred E(leanor), XII, '07. Instructor of Geology, Mt. Holyoke 

College, South Hadley, Mass. 
Blodgett, P(erley) H(artwell), V, '95. With National Tube Co., 30 Church 

St., New York, N.Y. 
Blodgett, "Wiliam Power, IV, 1908-09. Care of Munroe & Cie, rue Scribe, 

Paris, France. 
Bloede, Carl Schou, V, X, 1904-06. Catonsville, Md. 



46 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Blood, Alice F(rances), Ph.D., V, '03. Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 

Simmons College, Boston, Mass. 
Blood, George Whltefield, IV, 1894-98. Bonds and Commercial Paper, 

80 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Blood, G(rosvenor) T(arbell), VI, '93. n. '94- Engineering Department, 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 
Blood, John Balch, VI, '90. With Stone & Webster Engineering Corpora- 
tion, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Blood, Kennet T(hompson), xni, '09. Lieutenant, Coast Artillery Corps, 

U.S.A., Ft. Monroe, Va. 
Blood, P(ercy) E(rford), l, '97. With the New York Central & Hudson 

River Railroad Co., 335 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Blood, WCilliam) H., Jr., vi, 1884-88. Electrical Engineer, with Stone & 

W^ebster, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Bloom, David, V, '06. Chemist, Massachusetts State Board of Health, 

State House, Boston, Mass. 
Blossom, D(avid) H(em7), A.B., I, 1896-97. Chief Engineer and General 

Manager, American Falls Canal & Power Co., P.O. Box 696, Salt 

Lake City, Utah. 
Blount, Fernando M(oreno), IV, '05. Architectural Contractor, with the 

Blount Construction Co., 22 E. Garden St., Pensacola, Fla. 
Blum, Bernard, I, '04. Assistant Division Engineer, Northern Pacific 

Railway Co., 514 Northern Pacific Railway Building, St. Paul, Minn. 
Blimi, Samuel Irving, VI, 1907-08. City Hall, Rm. 44, Boston, Mass. 
Blume, Carlos A., 1850-91. 

Blume, Federico y Corbacho, 1886-87. Died 1895. 
Blume, Juan C, n, IX, 1890-96. Deceased. 
Blunt, Mrs. Arthur A. (Thayer, Sophie G.), 1900-03. 10 Winter St., St. 

Johnsburj', Vt. 
Blimt, Katharine, A.B., Ph.D., V, 1902-03. Instructor in Chemistry, Vassar 

College, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 
Blunt, Matthew M(ayhew), n, 1882-84. Draughtsman, U.S. Navy Yard, 

Boston, Mass. 
Blunt, "W(illia)m T(itcomb), I, '74- Swanton, Ohio. 

Boardman, Charles, xm, 1898-01. With Sprague, Keyes & Jackson, Con- 
struction Engineers, 88 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 
Boardman, Charles H(enry), Jr., IV, '02. Of Edward A. Tucker, Incor- 
porated, Architectural Engineers, 683 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Boardman, Fred C, VI, 1893-97- Natick, Mass. 
Boardman, H(arold), S., I, 1895-96. Dean of the College of Technology, 

and Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Maine, Orono, Me. 
Boardman, Henry A(lger), V, '84. Superintendent, Waldrich Bleachery, 

Delawanna, N.J. 
Boardman, Mrs. W. D. (Putnam,^ Alice L.), xn, 1879-80- I99 Marlboro 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Boardman, Wallace E(ugene), n, 1903-09- 54 Pleasant St., Wakefield, Mass. 
Bockus, Charles E., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 



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Boddie, George, Jr., I, 1906-07. Hopkinsville, Ky. 

Bodenstein, Morgan L(amoree), I, II, 1904-06. 

Bodwell, H(oward) L(awrence), II, '98. Assistant District Manager, 
American Sheet & Tin Plate Co., Vandergrift, Pa. 

Bodwell, Joseph F., I, 1882-84. Granite Manufacturer, Hallowell, Me. 

Boeck, George H., IV, 1894-96. 622 Chestnut St., St. Louis, Mo. 

Boedeker, John, M.M.E., VI, '95. Lieutenant, U.S. Revenue Cutter Service, 
U.S. Treasury Dept., Washington, D.C. 

Boeseke, E(dgar) A(ugustus), II, '95. With Boeseke-Dawe Co., Santa 
Barbara, Cal. 

Bogarte, M. E., I, 1878-79- Died November 17, 191 1. 

Boggs, C(harles) R(eid), V, '05. Chief Chemist, with the Simplex Electrical 
Co., Cambridge, Mass. 

Boggs, W(illiam) B(renton), III, '04. With the Nichols Copper Co., Laurel 
Hill, Long Island, N.Y. 

Bohlen, Oscar D., IV, 1880-81. Architect, D. A. Bohlen & Son, 1017 Majes- 
tic Building, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Bolan, Herbert A., vi, 1892-94. 

Bolan, Thomas Vincent, VI, '91. Died February 18, 1908. 

Boland, Marion G(enevieve), A.B., A.M., Ph.D., 1904-06. Professor of Modern 
Languages, Centenary College, Cleveland, Tenn. 

Boland, Mary A., 1894-99- See Pequignot, Mrs. G. A. 

Boles, Edwin D(exter), II, 1903-07. 60 Pleasant St., Marblehead, Mass. 

Bollard, Donald C(hamberlin), IV, 1904-05. 1319 Massachusetts Ave., 
N.W., Washington, D.C. 

Bollenbacher, J(ohn) CarUsle, A.B., IV, '09. Of Lowe & Bollenbacher, 
Architects, 1612 Corn Exchange Bank Building, Chicago, 111. 

BoUes, Charles A., VI, 1894-95- Contractor and Builder, Brownstown Plan- 
ing & Lumber Co., Brownstown, Ind. 

Bolles, Mrs. Frank (Swan, Elizabeth A.), 1882-83. 6 Berkeley St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

Bollman, William C, 1897-99- 

Bolster, May M., 1901-02. 10 Cobden St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Bolster, R(oy) H(ale), VI, '01. Hydraulic Engineer, Water Resources 
Branch, U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, D.C. 

Bolte, Guy Willard, II, 1909-10. Building Inspector, Chicago Board of Un- 
derwriters, 29 LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. 

Bolton, Edward D., 1866-68. Assistant Engineer, Bureau of Sewers, Bor- 
ough of Brooklyn, City of New York, New York, N.Y. 
Boltz, Robert J., I, 1908-09. 3I Lincoln Ave., Glen Falls, N.Y. 
Bombrini, Alberto M(aria), B.A., II, VIII, 1907-09. Industrial Business, 

care of Acq. Pugliese, via XX, Settembre 26, Genoa, Italy. 
Bond, F(rancis) M(arvin), a.b., II, '08. In charge. Section of Wood Pres- 
ervation, Forest Products Laboratory, U.S. Forest Service, Madison, 
Wis. 
Bond, Frederick H(enry), Jr., IV, '01. Architect, with Shepley, Rutan & 
Coolidge, 122 Ames Bldg., Boston, Mass. 



48 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Bond, S(arah) A(dams), M.D., V, 1887-88. Physician, 41 Fairfield St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Bond, William C. N., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. Marine Chronometers, 
William Bond & Son, 4 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Bonesteele, P. Frank, IV, 1890-92. Victor, Ontario County, N.Y. 

Bonesteele, Mrs. P. Frank (Hall, Sarah A.), Vlll, '94- Victor, N.Y. 

Bonfield, Frederic E., 1903-04. Saco & Pettee, Machine Shops, Biddeford, 
Me. 

Bonillas, Y(gnacio), ill, 1880-82. Mining Engineer and Surveyor, Pres- 
queira St., No. 2, Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. 

Bonillas, Ygnacio S(a£ford), III, '08. Geologist, Instituto Geologico Na- 
cional, 6» del Cipres, No. 176, Mexico, F.D. 

Bonnemort, C(liarles) J(udson), I, '02. Assistant Engineer, Boston & 
Albany Railroad, South Station, Boston, Mass. 

Bonns, WCalter) W(eidenfeld), B.S.A., rv, '99- Horticulturist, Maine 
Agricultural Experiment Station, Orono, Me. 

Bonnycastle, William R., VI, 1893-97. 

Bonta, Edwin W(itthaus), IV, '07. Architect, Tajdor & Bonta, Architects, 
118 East Jefferson St., Syracuse, N.Y. 

Bonzagni, Anthony A(ugustine), 1905-06. 67 Byron St., East Boston, Mass. 

Boon, Harry M., 1879-81. Engineer, Babcock & Wilson Co., 1207 Mar- 
quette BIdg., Chicago, 111. 

Booth, A(rthur) R(obert) G(regory), V, '02. Assistant Chemist, Massa- 
chusetts State Board of Health, 502 State House, Boston, Mass. 

Booth, George H(enry), II, '98. Napa, Cal. 

Booth, Louis L(a Baum), II, 1902-04. Draughtsman, 26 Garfield Place, 
Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 

Booth, Rob(er)t H(arbison), V, 1902-05. Factory Manager, Blanchard 
Bros., Incorporated, Davenport, Iowa. 

Booth, Thomas B(utler), VI, '95. Patent Lawyer, Emerj^, Booth, Janney 
& Varney, 50 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Booth, Wilfred E(dwin), VI, '08. Secretary, Standard Engineering Co., 
Incorporated, 810 1-2 Chapel St., New Haven, Conn. 

Boozer, Tench Quitman, II, 1909-10. State Electrician, State Capitol, 
P.O. Box 155, Columbia, S.C. 

Borden, C(harles) N(ewton), II, '89. Treasurer, Richard Borden Manu- 
facturing Co., Fall River, Mass. 

Borden, J(ames) Edgar, I, 1886-89. With Engineering Department, City of 
Fall River, 194 Winter St., Fall River, Mass. 

Borden, Norman E(aston), II, '02. Proprietor, Bonnie Brook Farm, 
Farmington, Mass. 

Borden, Philip D., 1869-73. City Engineer, City Hall, Fall River, Mass. 

Borden, Raymond D., I, 1896-98. 12 Third St., Fall River, Mass. 

Borden, Richard P., II, 1882-86. Lawyer, 57 No. Main St., Fall River, 
Mass. 

Borden, L(ee) S(cott), (Annapolis), XIII A, S.M., '10. Assistant Naval Con- 
structor, U.S.N., U.S. Navy Yard, Mare Island, Vallejo, Cal. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 49 

Borie, Renshaw, II, 1901-02. 1035 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Borland, Hugh, I, '97. Superintendent of Construction, U.S. Military 
Academy, West Point, N.Y. 

Borland, John Jr., 1875-76. 

Borup, Henry D. (West Point), 1882-83. U.S. Army (retired), University 
Club, New York, N.Y. 

Boss, Austin Dunham, 11, '90. Assistant Agent, Willimantic Mills, Amer- 
ican Thread Co., Willimantic, Conn. 

Boss, Charles Royce, IX, '94. Manufacturer, 50 Water St., New London, 
Conn. 

Boss, Joseph S., 1882-83 

Bosson, Frederick N., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. Electrical Engineer, 
Calumet & Heeler Mining Co., Calumet, Mich. 

Bossong, John Hardy, IV, 1905-06. Architect, Manufacturers Contracting 
Co., Wilmington, Del. 

Bosworth, H(arold) O(tis), X, '02. Manager, Assay Supply Department, 
Mine and Smelter Supply Co.. Denver, Colo. 

Bosworth, Louise M(arion), VII, 1907-08. Investigator, 2 Acorn St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Bosworth, William W(elles), 1886-88. Architect, 527 Fifth Ave., New York, 
N.Y. 

Bothfeld, Charles Clarence, I, '84. Died November 20, 1909. 

Botsford, Edward K., 1884-85. 

Bounetheau, H(arold) D(uPre), IV, '09, IV, S.M., '10. Technology Club, 17 
Gramercy Park, New York, N. Y. 

Bourne, Charles O., 1888-91. 

Bourne, Frank A(ugustus), S.M., IV, '93- Architect, Rm. 96, 70 Kilby St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Bourne, J(esse) H(askell), II, '95. Supervisor of Manual Training, Haver- 
hill High School, Haverhill, Mass. 

Bourne, L3rman M(urphy), M.Sc, V, '04. Chemist with the Goodyear Tire 
& Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. 

Bourne, Phillips P(ayson), II, '92. Chief Engineer, The Blake & Knowles 
Steam Pump Works, East Cambridge, Mass. 

Boumeuf, Ambrose F., rv, 1898-99. Draughtsman with L. M. Ham & Co., 
152 Portland St., Boston, Mass. 

Boursand, Mrs. Alphonse (Fraser, Agnes A.), vn, 1897-98. 73 Walnut Ave., 
Roxbury, Mass. 

Bouscaren, L(ouis) H(enri) G(ustave), A.B., VI, '04. Constructing Engi- 
neer, with Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation, Keokuk, Iowa. 

Boush, Kenneth C(amm), II, '08. 

Boutelle, Clarence M., 1872-74. Died September 18, 1903. 

Boutwell, Arthur T., V, 1891-93. Chemist, with Smith & Dove Manufac- 
turing Co., Andover, Mass. 

Boutwell, Frederic S(amuel), IX, 1885-89. Banker, Andover, Mass. 

Bouve, Walter L(incoln), 1869-74. 113 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Bouve, Mrs., 1877-79- Hingham, Mass. 
4 



50 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Boveri, Mrs. Theodor (O'Grady, Marcella I.), IX, '85. Pleischerglacis- 

strasse 8, Wurzburg, Bavaria. 
Bovey, WCilliam) H(oward), VI, '94- General Superintendent, Washburn 

Crosb}' Co., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Bowditch, Ernest W., 1865-69. Landscape Gardener and Civil Engineer, 

62 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Bowditch, Frederick C, 1871-74- 28 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Bowditch, Ingersoll, a.b., i, '00. Trustee, Minot Building, 113 Devonshire 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Bowditch, N(athamel) I., VI, XI, 1883-84. Banker and Broker, of White 

& Bowditch, 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Bowditch, Susan H., 1876-77- (See Long, Mrs. Harry V.). 
Bowditch, Theodora, vn, 1898-99. (See Jones, Mrs. Eliot N.). 
Bowen, Mrs. Archer C. (Day, AUce C), 1900-01. Lawrence Ave., North 

Adams, Mass. 
Bowen, Clarence A(llen), n, '07. With John A. Stevens, Engineer, 107 

Merrimack St., Lowell, Mass. 
Bowen, Edgar C(ampbell), Jr., n, '97- President, The Inland Waterways 

Co., Engineers and Contractors, Ashtabula, Ohio. 
Bowen, Kate A(gnes), vm, 1894-95- Teacher, Masten Park High School, 

Buffalo, N.Y. 
Bowen, Morgan H., 1884-85. 
Bowen, Norman Levi, XII, 1909-11. Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie 

Institute, Washington, D.C. 
Bowen, Ralph Albert, V, '97. With the National Aniline & Chemical Co., 

36 Purchase St., Boston, Mass. 
Bowen, Stephen, n, '92. Manufacturer, Needham Heights, Mass. 
Bowers, Allston R., I, 1892-95. Needham, Mass. 
Bowers, Charles E., 1890-91. 
Bowers, Daniel H(ip) C(udworth), I, 1901-03. 39 Granite St., Taunton, 

Mass. 
Bowers, George, 1871-72. Consulting Engineer, 18 Shattuck St., Lowell, 

Mass. 
Bowers, George Winthrop, I, '10. Civil Engineer, Office of the City 

Engineer, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Bowers, Henry C, 1865-66. 

Bowers, Mary A(lice), A.B., A.M., 1900-01. (See Hall, Mrs.). 
Bowers, Ralph H(enry), B.S., VI, 1906-10. Equipment Inspector, Division 

Plant Department, Western Union Telegraph Co., 832 Columbia 

Road, Dorchester, Mass. 
Bowes, Geo(rge) S(idney), n, '96. Superintendent, Open Hearth Furnaces, 

Page Woven Wire Fence Co., Monessen, Pa. 
Bowie, Augustus J(esse), Jr., n, VI, '96. Electrical and Mechanical Engi- 
neer, 420 Lick Bldg., San Francisco, Cal. 
Bowker, Lyman A., 1889-90. Interior Decorator, 120 Tremont St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Bowker, Willard L., 1890-93- Civil Engineer, Walpole, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 5 1 

Bowles, Charles W., I, 1890-92. Kerby, Josephine County, Oregon. 
Bowles, Robert L., 1883-84. With the Carnegie Steel Co., 30 Church St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Bowles, Stephen W., Jr., VI, 1883-86. 39 Cortland St., New York, N.Y. 
Bowman, Bion Angelo, I, '09. Assistant Designing Engineer, Boston Ele- 
vated Railway Co., 2 Central Sq., Cambridge, Mass. 
Bowman, Donald, VI, '08. With the Engineering Department, Common- 
wealth Edison Co., 28 North Market St., Chicago, 111. 
Bowman, John R(oswell), XI, 'n. Draughtsman, American Bridge Co., 

of New York, Edge Moor, Del. 
Bowman, MelvUle B(ryant), VI, 1901-03. 480 N. First St., San Jose, Cal. 
Bowser, Charles W., 1865-66. 
Boyce, John N(elson), II, i9os-«7- Mechanical Department, Anaconda 

Copper Mining Co., Anaconda, Mont. 
Boyd, F(rederick) R(ay) C(ourtenay), VI, '01. Engineer, Power Equipment 

Co., 501 Board of Trade Building, Boston, Mass. 
Boyd, Helen F., V, 1902-03. 84 Prescott St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Boyd, Henry A., Ill, 1873-77- Industrial and Equipment Engineer, Erie 

County Bank Building, Buffalo, N.Y. 
Boyd, James C, III, 1889-92. Consulting Engineer, 10 Bridge St., New 

York, N.Y. 
Boyd, John Schofield, V, '97. Of the John S. Boyd Co., Manufacturers, 

Dyers and Finishers of Corduroys, Velvets, and Fustian, Water St., 

Williamstown, Mass. 
Boyd, Stephen B., n, 1887-90. Leading Ship Draughtsman, U.S. Navy 

Yard, Boston, Mass. 
Boyden, Amos Josiah, IV, '75. Died November 28, 1903. 
Boyden, Charles, 1901-02. 267 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass.' 
Boyden, Dwight F(rederic), II, 1879-82. 79 Mayo Ave., Greenwich, Conn. 
Boyden, Roger Talbot, I, 1906-09, 1910-11. East Foxboro, Mass. 
Boyden, Wallace C, VII, 1893-94. Head-master, Boston Normal School, 

Boston, Mass. 
Boyle, John, Jr., M.P.L., ill, '01. Assistant Examiner, U.S. Patent Office, 

349 Patent Office, Washington, D.C. 
Boyle, Martin, V, '98. Assistant Chemist, Bureau of Chemistry, U.S. 

Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 
Boylston, CUfford H(all), I, '08. Inspector, with Hollis French and Allen 

Hubbard, 88 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 
Boynton, A(ugustus) S(waine), II, '06. Chief Draughtsman, State Trade 

School, New Britain, Conn. 
Boynton, Francis H., 1881-82. 
Boynton, Guy E(merson), S.B., I, 1903-04- Proprietor, Springfield Bottling 

Co., 184 Bowdoin St., Springfield, Mass. 
Boynton, Louis H., 1887-89. 

Boynton, Perkins, XI, 1897-01. 257 Fair St. Patterson, N.Y. 
Boynton, William W., x, Xl, 1904-07. Died February 1 1, 1908. 
Brace, DeWitt B., 1877-80. Deceased, 



52 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Brace, W(alter) C(laudius), ni, '87. Consulting Mining and Metallurgical 

Engineer, 845 Equitable Building, Denver, Colo. 
Brackett, Albert C, IV. 1878-82. Real Estate Dealer, 984 Beacon St., 

Newton Centre, Mass. 
Brackett, E(dwin) Raymond, V, '96. With A. Brackett & Sons, Coal 

Dealers, 405 Centre St., Newton, Mass. 
Brackett, Mrs. L. J. (Hicks, Anna C), 1897-98. 10 Parley Vale, Jamaica 

Plain, Mass. 
Brackett, Thomas T., VI, 1892-95. Died February 27, 1901. 
Brackett, W(allace) C(Iarke), XI, '95. General Manager and Secretary, 

Sanitas Manufacturing Co., 54 Union St., Boston, Mass. 
Brackett, "Walter F., 1898-99. 

Brackett, William D., 1887-89. 726 Metropolitan Life Building, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
Bradbury, R(oyall) D(ouglas), I. '06. Instructor, Civil Engineering, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology', Boston, Mass. 
Bradbury, W(alworth) K(ileski), XIII, 1905-06. Manager, Union Electric 

Light Co., Franklin, Mass. 
Braden, "William, 1888-89. PO. Box 136, Helena, Mont. 
Bradford, Alexander H(enry), ill, '08. 1454 E. Harrison St., Seattle, 

Wash. 
Bradford, Charles O(rsemus), 1875-76. Real Estate Agent, Louisville & 

Nashville Railroad Co., 1607 E. Oak St., New Albany, Ind. 
Bradford, Lawrence, 1866-67. Died December 4, 1909. 
Bradford, "W(ilUa)m B(iuToughs), n, 1873-77. Mechanical Draughtsman, 

Construction and Repair Department, U.S. Navy Yard, Charlestown, 

Mass. 
Bradlee, Arthur T(isdale), II, '88. Of William Whitman & Co., Dry Goods 

Commission Merchants, 78 Chauncy St., Boston, Mass. 
Bradlee, Cha(rle)s "W(alter), IX, '97. Treasurer, Bradlee & Chatman Co., 

Heating and Ventilating Engineers, 85 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 
Bradlee, Henry G(oddard), VI, '91. With Stone & Webster, 147 Milk St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Bradley, Alexander S., Jr., ill, 1886-89. 5450 Ridgewood Court, Hyde 

Park, 111. 
Bradley, Arthiir "W., Jr., IV, 1891-93. Died June 27, 1902. 
Bradley, Francis, II, '02. With Midvale Steel Company, Nicetown, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Bradley, Francis E., 1893-96. 
Bradley, Frank S., n, m, 1900-03. In Automobile Business, 221 Central 

Ave., Dover, N.H. 
Bradley, F(rederick) "WCilliam), VI. '89. Manager, Borne Scrymser Co. 

(Lubricating Oils), 36 Central Wharf, Boston, Mass. 
Bradley, George E., n, 1900-02. South Framingham, Mass. 
Bradley, Harry C(yrus), I, '91. Assistant Professor of Drawing and De- 
scriptive Geometry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 

Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 53 

Bradley, J(olin) C(lement), VIII, '07. Assistant Metallurgist with the 

American Brass Co., Waterbury, Conn. 
Bradley, Mary, 1894-95. Teacher, 394 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass. 
Bradley, Stephen Lawrence, II, '04. Chief Draughtsman, with the Keith 

Car & Manufacturing Co., Sagamore, Mass. 
Bradley, W(illia)m D., IV, 1895-97. Engineer, with the American Luxfer 

Prism Co., 1605 Heyworth Building, Chicago, 111. 
Bradshaw, George B(urt), X, '03. Rubber Manufacturer, 1329 Pacific St., 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Bradshaw, William H(enry), X, '07. 1329 Pacific St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Bradt, Cecelia K(atharine), VIl, 1897-98. In charge of Dietary Department, 

McLean Hospital, Waverly, Mass. 
Bragdon, Charles R(idgaway,) A.B., X, '07. Chief Chemist, with the Glidden 

Varnish Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Bragg, Caleb Smith, II, 1908-09. 945 Marion Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Bragg, Charles L(eroy), 1898-99. 239 Prospect St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Bragg, Charlotte A(lmira), V, '90. Associate Professor of Chemistry, 

Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 
Bragg, Edward r(ranklin), II, '90. Treasurer, Alfred Hale Rubber Co., 

17 Covington St., South Boston, Mass. 
Bragg, E(dward) M(ilton), XIII, '96. Assistant Professor, Marine Engi- 
neering and Naval Architecture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 

Mich. 
Bragg, E(mest) A(therton), II, 1894-96. Mechanical Engineer, with the 

Draper Co., Hopedale, Mass. Address, 17 So. Main St., Milford, Mass. 
Bragg, F(ranklin) E(verett), VI, 1894-95. With N. H. Bragg & Sons, Mer- 
chants, Bangor, Me. 
Brainerd, Dwight, IX, '87. President, Hamilton Powder Company, Mont- 
real, Quebec. 
Brainerd, Edwin A(lpheus), I, '97. Bridge Designer, State Engineers' 

Department, Barge Canal Office, Lyons Block, Albany, N.Y. 
Brainerd, E(rastus) LeRoy, I, '02. The Rectory, Great Neck, Long Island, 

N.Y. 
Brainerd, Frederick H(ubbard), III, '89. Mining Engineer, Benton, Wis. 
Brainerd, H(enry) B(oies), IX, '87. Secretary, Canadian Explosives, 

Limited, P.O. Box 1200, Montreal, Quebec. 
Brainerd, Wallace H(eber), VI, '91. In Private Business, 1307 W. 87th St., 

Chicago, 111. 
Brainerd, William H(ungerford), IV, 1885-86. 89 Franklin St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Brainerd, W(illia)m L(ord), IV, '86. Architect, 508 Washington St., 

Paducah, Ky. 
Braithwaite, J. T. Norwood, V, 1886-87. Publisher, Lakeside, Ohio. 
Braley, Jasper W., Jr., 1885-86. 619 County St., New Bedford, Mass. 
Braley, Jessie N(elson), A.B., B.S., 1901-02. Teacher, Stevens School, Ger- 

mantown. Pa. 
Braley, Samuel T(ripp), ii, '79. 41 Park St., Rutland, Vt. 



54 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Braman, S(amuel) N(oyes), n, '93. With Morss & Whyte Co., Boston, 

^lass. 
Bramhall, Charles T(homas), n, '97. Chief Engineer, Exeter Machine 

Works, 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 
Bramhall, Percy Majmard,VI, 1906-10. Engineering work, with Stone & 

Webster, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Brand, Horace L(ewis), n, '91. President-Treasurer, Illinois Publishing 

Co., Newspaper Publishers, 100 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Brandt, Oscar E., iv, 1878-79. 
Brandyce, Henry D(onnitzer), A.B., xm, 1904-05. Journalist, 27 East 

74th St., New York, N.Y. 
Brawley, Margaret C, 1893-94. 6 Sachem St., Roxbury, Mass. 
Bray, Clinton E., VI, 1894-95. City Hall, Somerville, Mass. 
Brayton, David, Jr., 1884-85. Brockton, Mass. 

Brazer, Ralph F., 1872-74- Merchant, 141 Summit Ave., Brookline, Mass. 
Brazil, Augusto deM(oura), VI, 1904-05. 
Breck, Charles H., 1866-68. President, Joseph Breck & Sons Corporation, 

51 North Market St., Boston, Mass. 
Bredin, Maurice, 1902-03. Died May 2, 19 10. 

Breed, C(harles) B(laney), I, '97. Associate Professor of Civil Engineer- 
ing, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. Of 

Barrows & Breed, Consulting Engineers, 6 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Breed, Edward D., n, 1891-92. 
Breed, George Horace, IV, 1894-96. Architectural Superintendent with 

Carrere & Hastings, Architects, 53 East 30th St., New York, N.Y. 
Breed, Howard, IX, 1899-02. Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Breed, J(oshua) B. F., I, '76. Chief Engineer, Commissioners of Sewerage 

of Louisville, 605 Equitable BIdg., Louisville, Ky. 
Breed, Lewis B(azzoni), VI, '96. Hammond-Boynton Paint Co., Norwich, 

Conn. 
Breed, Stephen A(lec), '89, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., II, '94. Instructor 

in Mechanical Drawing and Descriptive Geometry, Massachusetts 

Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Breed, Stephen L., n, 1890-92. 1026 Tremont BIdg., Boston, Mass. 
Breer, Louis B., v, 1896-98. 
Breitzke, Charles F(rederick), XI, '06. With Johnson & Fuller, Consulting 

Engineers and Sanitary' Experts, Suite 1814, 150 Nassau St., New 

York, N.Y. 
Bremer, Arthur E(dmund), I, '08. With the Fagan Iron Works, Monmouth 

& 14th Sts., Jersey City, N.J. 
Bremer, S(amuel) Parker, 1889-90. Dry Goods Commission Merchant, 

4 Winthrop Sq., Boston, Mass. 
Brermeman, J. Bartley, v, 1895-07- 
Brett, Franklin, II, 1883-86. Of Brett & Hall, Landscape Architects, 31 

Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Brewer, Arthur F., VI, 1895-99. Eastern Butter Co., 15 John St., Boston, 

Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 55 

Brewer, Carl, B.A., Ph.B., II, 1905-06. Mining Engineer with the Cleveland 

Cliffe Iron Co., Ironwood, Mich. 
Brewer, Charles D(uncan), m, 1898-02. Investments & Mining, 2215 East 

Superior St., Duluth, Minn. 
Brewer, Nathaniel, 3d, 1885-86. Newport, Fla. 
Brewster, B(enjamin) E(mmons), III, '72. Trustee, 31 State St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Brewster, William, II, '98. Corporation Inspector, Borough of Manhattan, 

New York, N.Y. 
Brewster, William W., 1866-70. Treasurer, Plymouth Five Cents Savings 

Bank, Plymouth, Mass. 
Breyer, Rob(er)t S(amuel), III, '10. Chief Chemist, U.S. Zinc Co. Smelter, 

Pueblo, Colo. 
Brickley, William J., II, 1895-00. Charlestown, Mass. 
Bridges, D(avid) W(ills), VI, 1901-03. Printing, with John S. Bridges & 

Co., 265 Charles St., Baltimore, Md. 
Bridges, John S(amuel), Jr., VIII, '04. Electrical Engineer, with Hixon 

Electric Co., 246 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 
Bridges, Lillian W., v, 1889-90. See Rowell, Mrs. 
Bridges, Luther W(adsworth), II, '89. Mechanical Engineer, Maiden 

Electric Co. and Allied Interests, 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Bridgham, Minot A., Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1893-94. Instructor, Me- 
chanic Arts Dept., Brookline High School, Brookline, Mass. 
Bridgman, A(lfred) F., I, 1880-83. Purchasing Agent, Metropolitan Water 

and Sewerage Board, i Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 
Bridgman, Arthur, ill, 1906-07. 88 Burr Oak Ave., Blue Island, III. 
Bridgman, G(renville) T(emple), ill, '09. Superintendent, American Zinc 

Company of Tennessee, Mascot, Tenn. 
Briggs, Albert B(illings), I, '00. Civil Engineer, 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Briggs, Archibald H., 1398-99. Civil Engineer, Metropolitan Park Com- 
mission, 14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Briggs, Charles Calvin, Jr., Xin, '00. White Salmon, Wash. 
Briggs, Chester J(ackson), ill, 'lo. Assistant Superintendent, Concentrating 

Mill, Minas Tecolotes y Anexas, Santa Barbara, Chihuahua, Mexico. 
Briggs, Ernest N(athaniel), XIII, 1901-07. Civil Engineer, Massachusetts 

Highway Commission, Boston, Mass. 
Briggs, Mrs. Ernestine H., vil, 1897-98. 

Briggs, Frank H(arrison), IX, '81. With W. L. Montgomery & Co., Com- 
mission Merchants, 22 High St., Boston, Mass. 
Briggs, Fred H., 1889-91. 
Briggs, George W(right), IV, '04. Architectural Draughtsman, with 

Maginnis & Walsh, 100 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Briggs, John L., 1871-73. Saratoga, N.Y. 
Briggs, J(ohn) P(orter), I, '01. Rector, All Saints Episcopal Church, 

Shenandoah, Pa. 
Briggs, Leroy E(dmund), II, '10. With the International Silver Co., 

Bridgeport, Conn. 



56 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Briggs, Z(enas) M., B.A., I, 1898-99. Assistant Engineer with the Lehigh 

Valley Railroad, Hazelton, Pa. 
Brigham, Arthur A., 1874-76. 10 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Brigham, Augustus P., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Brigham, Charles A., IV. 1888-89. 8 Exchange Place, Rooms 13 and 14, 

Boston, Mass. 
Brigham, C(harles) Howard, I, 1900-03. With George A. Fuller Co., 710 

Board of Trade Building, Boston, Mass. 
Brigham, Edmond F(rancis), X, '01. Mechanical Superintendent and 

Efficiency Engineer, New England Confectionery Co., 253 Summer 
*St., Boston, Mass. 
Brigham, Henry M., 1875. 
Brigham, Theodore W(illiam), XIII, 1896-00. With the President of The 

Greenport Basin & Construction Co., Ship & Yacht Builders, Green- 
port, N.Y. 
Bright, George, n, '02. Of Bright & Co., Hardware Merchants, Pottsville, 

Pa. 
Brine, Fraiicis J., 1899-00. 802 Pemberton Bldg., Boston, Mass, 
Brininstool Frank M., 1891-92. Manufacturer of Paints, Lubricants and 

Kindred Products, The Brininstool Co., Mateo and Palmetto Sts., Los 

Angeles, Cal. 
Brintnall, Daniel W., 1886-87. 
Brittain, John Randolph, IV, 1890-92. Chief Draughtsman, Mechanical 

Department, Los Angeles Railway Co., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Broad, Charles Edward, II, '05. With Winslow Brothers Co., P.O. Box 

803, Chicago, 111. 
Brock, S. J. Henry M(atthias), A.B., VIII, '00. Student, Ore Place, Hastings, 

England. 
Brock, Lester WCellington), VI, '07. Of the Pneuvac Co., 404 Blake Build- 
ing, Boston, Mass. 
Brockunier, S(amuel) H(ugh), A.M., Ill, 1889-93. Mining Engineer and 

General Manager of the Erie Con. Mines Co., Gaston, Cal. 
Brockway, Clarence M., Shopwork and Mechanic Arts, 1901-02. 1 193 Euclid 

Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Brodie, J(ames) K., 1866-67. Cashier, Bank of England, England, Ark. 
Brodie, Matthew, II, '02. Manager for Australasia, Sullivan Machinery 

Co., Australasia Chambers, Martin Place, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. 
Brody, Louis Nathaniel, I, 1907-09. 188 A Chelsea St., East Boston, Mass. 
Broidrick, James H(arris), 1901-02. 
Bronson, Frank P(ierce), 1875-77- Bronson & Western Lumber Co., Ottawa, 

Ontario, Canada. 
Bronson, John S., IX, 1897-00. 1121 Chemical Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 
Bronson, William G., 1876-77. 
Brooks, Alfred A(ustin), II, 1903-06. Mechanical Engineer, with General 

Electric Co., West Lynn, Mass. 
Brooks, Alfred Mansfield, A.B., A.M., IV, 1894-95- College Professor, State 

University of Indiana, Bloomington, Ind. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 57 

Brooks, Austin Whitney, VI, 1906-09. Transitman with Stone & Webster, 
Newport, N.H. 

Brooks, Cha(rle)s B., 1870-73- 25 Brimmer St., Boston, Mass. 

Brooks, Ernest Morton, 1901-02. Died April 7, 1902. 

Brooks, Frederick, A.B., 1868-70. Secretary, Board of Managers, Associa- 
tion of Engineering Societies, 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Brooks, Gordon Glyndon, Vin, 1907-10. Atlanta, 111. 

Brooks, Henry, 1883-84. 

Brooks, John C(ummings), II, '08. With Watrous Manufacturing Co., 
Factory P, International Silver Co., Successor, Wallingford, Conn. 

Brooks, John Flavel, II, '96. With John S. Brooks Co., Grocers, North 
Hanover, Mass. 

Brooks, J(ohn) Henry, 1865-66. 611 Sears Building, Boston, Mass. 

Brooks, John N(ixon), A.B., I, '09. With Nicholas S. Hill, Jr., Consulting 
Hydraulic and Sanitary Engineer, 100 William St., New York, N.Y. 

Brooks, Mrs. Lawrence R. (Fifield, Ethel F.), A.B., IV, '00. 22 Amackassin 
Terrace, Yonkers, N.Y. 

Brooks, Miles Elijah, I, '00. Locating Engineer, Kettle Valley Railway, 
Princeton, British Columbia. 

Brooks, Paul Rajmaond, n, '00. Died March 11, 191 1. 

Brooks, Theron C, I, 1902-03. Structural Engineer, Office of Supervising 
Architect, Treasury Department, Washington, D.C. 

Brooks, Thomas M., II, 1887-88. 

Brooks, "Warren E., II, 1889-92. Tomahawk, Wis. 

Broome, George W., Jr., Ill, 1899-01. With the General Electric Co., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

Brotherlin, John, III, 1903-04. Aiiner and Shipper of Fire Clay, Irvona, Pa. 

Brotherton, W(illia)m E(mest), V, '73. With Rogers, Brown & Co., 
Carew Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Brown, Albert F., S.B., I, 1886-89. Civil Engineer, Boston Elevated Rail- 
way Co., loi Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Brown, Alice F., V, 1893-94. 

Brown, Alice I., V, '84. See Tyler, Mrs. H. W. 

Brown, Allan Percy, IX, '9s. 

Brown, Arthur H(arrison), LL.B., n, '99. Patent Attorney, of Wright, 
Brown, Quinby & May, 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Brown, Arthur Hudson, VI, vni, 1882-85. 

Brown, A(rthur) N., II, 1876-78. Librarian, U.S. Naval Academy, Annap- 
olis, Md. 

Brown, Augustus M., 1882-83. Stock Broker, Metropolitan Securities 
Agency, Ltd., Guardian Bldg., Montreal, Quebec. 

Brown, Bertha Millard, VII, '92. Teacher, 9 Hopestill St., Dorchester, 
Mass. 

Brown, C(ardella) D., VI, 1894-97. Electrical Engineer, General Electric 
Co., Lynn, Mass. 

Brown, Carroll W(ilder), I, '99. Sales Engineer, Brown Hoisting Machinery 
Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 



58 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Brown, Charles A., 1881-84. 49 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Brown, Cha(rle)s C, I, 1889-92. Chief Engineer, Standard Steel Works 

Co., Burnham, Pa. 
Brown, Charles Hovey, I, '80. Died July 23, 1908. 
Brown, Charles Hoyt, X, '00. Wellsville, N.Y. 

Brown, Chester Anderson, IV, 1907-08. 15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Brown, Clarence Clapp, VI, '00. Traffic Engineer, Bell Telephone Co., of 

Pennsylvania, 1230 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Brown, Clarence Jay, IV, '09. Draughtsman with Daniel H. Burnham & 

Co., 141 7 Railway Exchange Building, Chicago, 111. 
Brown, Clarence L., IV, 1898-99. Salesman with the Atlantic Terra Cotta 

Co., 1 1 70 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Brown, Claude O(sgood), I, '08. Assistant Engineer, Irrigation Division, 

Bureau of Public Works, Manila, P.I. 
Brown, C. Leonard, III, 1884-89. Civil Engineer, 19 Wallace St., West 

Somerville, Mass. 
Brown, C(rawford) R., A.B., 1879-80. Superintendent, Standardizing & 

Testing Department, Edison Electric Illuminating Co. of Boston, 39 

Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Brown, Dallas, Jr., II. '10. 184 Rockland St., New Bedford, Mass. 
Brown, Dickson Q(ueen), A.B.. VI, '98. Vice-President, Tide Water Oil 

Co., II Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Brown, Earl Russell, n, 1909-10. i St. Jerome Ave., Holyoke, Mass. 
Brown, Edith Louisa, V, 1910-11. Teacher of Agriculture and Domestic 

Science, Turlock Union High School, Turlock, Cal. 
Brown, Edmund H(ayes), n, 1877-80. Penacook, N.H. 
Brown, Edward A., 1872-73. Special Librarian and Genealogist, Public 

Library-, Amesbur^^, Mass. 
Brown, Edward C(oggeshall), A.B., VI, 1905-06. Teacher, Dunkirk High 

School, Dunkirk, N.Y. 
Brown, Edward Dexter, VI, '90. Died July 16, 1898. 

Brown, Edward Lyman, n, 1885-87. With the Gilmore Electric Co., Manu- 
facturers of Incandescent Lamps, 625 East ist St., South Boston, 

Mass. 
Brown, Edward M., 1901-02. 
Brown, Edwin A., IV, 1892-93- 
Brown, E(dward) Percy, m, '97. Mining and Metallurgical Engineer, 

Wolfville, Nova Scotia. 
Brown, Elbridge L., 1870-72. Died June 27, 1910. 
Brown, Emery, 1875-76. Shoe Manufacturer, Marblehead, Mass. 
Brown, Eugene L(eVert), Jr., n, 1904-08. 5338 Bartines Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
Brown, F., 1872-73- 
Brown, Frank Elwood, IV, 1890-91. Architect, 47 Orange St., New Haven, 

Conn. 
Brown, Frank H., 1872-73- Belting and Mill Supplies, 49 High St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Brown, Frank N., 1868-71. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 59 

Brown, Frank Nathaniel, 1879-80. 

Brown, Frank Z(enas), VI, '03. Dean, Richmond Academy; Head of 

Drawing and Design, Richmond College, Richmond, Va. 
Brown, Frederic J(olmson), 1874-75- 543 Main St., Winchester, Mass. 
Brown, Frederick W., 1873-74- 

Brown, George Arthur, 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Brown, G(eorge) Winslow, v, 1895-99- Chemist, Assabet Mills, American 

Woolen Co., Maynard, Mass. 
Brown, Glenn, 1875-76. 806 17th St., Washington, D.C. 
Brown, Glenn C, III, 1888-93. 

Brown, H(arold) C(hester), n, 'n. Draughtsman, Motive Power Depart- 
ment, Boston & Albany Railroad, Room 322, South Station, Boston, 

Mass. 
Brown, Harold G(ibson), Vin, 1905-06. 227 East St., Pittsfield, Mass. 
Brown, Harry A., 1873-75. Lawyer, 518 Hildreth Building, Lowell, Mass. 
Brown, Harry A(lbertus), M.D., 1890-91. Physician, P.O. Box 66, Whitins- 

ville, Mass. 
Brown, Harry E., Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1894-95. 
Brown, Harry Webster, VI, '96. Sales Engineer, General Electric Co., 

84 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Brown, H(arry) "W(heeler), II, '06, VI, '08. Assistant Engineer, American 

Agricultural Chemical Co., 92 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Brown, Harry Winthrop, 1885-87. Died, January 4, 1890. 
Brown, H(oward) H(ayes), XIII, '06. Editor, International Marine Engi- 
neering, 17 Battery Place, New York, N.Y. 
Brown, Howard M., A.B., 1901-03. Paper Manufacturer, Rock City Falls, 

N.Y. 
Brown, Jacob F., 1874-76- President, Hawaiian Abstract & Title Co., 

Stangenwald Bldg., Honolulu, T.H. 
Brown, J(acob) Winn, 1889-90. 221 Columbus Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Brown, J(ames) H(ugh), VI, '03. Chief Engineer, Department of Plant 

Economics, R. D. Kimball Co., 15 W. 38th St., New York, N.Y. 
Brown, James M(unroe), II, '97. Superintendent, Lyons Boiler Works, 

DePere, Wis. 
Brown, James S(alisbury), II, 1901-03. 376 Benefit St., Providence, R.I. 
Brown, John, I, 1896-00. Civil Engineer, United States Engineer Office, 

Boston, Mass. 
Brown, John Clifford, VI, '93. Died January 17, 1901. 
Brown, John F., 1900-01. 
Brown, John L(eyson), n, 1900-02. Care of L. H. W. Vanpel, 107 College 

Ave., West Somerville, Mass. 
Brown, J. Merrill, 1874-75. Architectural Draughtsman, with Geo. C. 

Dietrich, 431 Globe Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 
Brown, John W(esley), V, '00. Director, Research Laboratory, National 

Carbon Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Brown, Jos(eph) H(enry), Jr., n, '05. With the Sales Department, Sullivan 
Machinery Co., 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 



60 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Brown, Leander M(oore), Jr., VI, 1904-06. High St., Newburyport, Mass. 

Brown, Martha Brooks, IV, 1901-03. 60 Chestnut St., Boston, Mass. 

Brown, M. J., 1874-75- 

Brown, Moses, Jr., m, '04. Orange St., Newburyport, Mass. 

Brown, Paul R., 1902-03. 11 1 So. Commercial St., Dayton, Ohio. 

Brown, P(erley) K(iniball), XI, 'n. With Massachusetts State Board of 

Health, 141 State House, Boston, Mass. 
Brown, Philip C(arter), A.B., n, '08. Assistant Factory Superintendent, 

with I. B. Williams & Son, Belt Manufacturers, Dover, N.H. 
Brown, Ralph G(albraith), 1886-90. Proprietor, Nanepashemet Hotel, 

Marblehead Neck, Mass. 
Brown, Richard B., 1891-92. Overseer, Plymouth Cordage Co., North 

Plymouth, Mass. 
Brown, Robert H., S.B., XI, 1900-01. Sanitary Engineer, 21 West 127th 

St., New York, N.Y. 
Brown, Robert V(aughan), X, '02. Manager, Sherwin Williams Paint Co., 

White Lead Department, Chicago, 111. 
Brown, Samuel J., 1872-73- 164 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 
Brown, S(arah) Alice, A.B., 1881-82, 1885-86. Principal, Classical School for 

Girls, 66 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass. 
Brown, Seneca P(orter), II, 1899-00. loi Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 
Brown, S(tephen) P(earson), II, 'oo. Chief Engineer, Tide Water Build- 
ing Co., & Thomas Bryson, Section 11-A-3, Fourth Ave. Subway, 

641 Fourth Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Brown, Sumner E., ill, 1900-03. 71 Dartmouth Terrace, Springfield, 

Mass. 
Brown, Theodore L., VI, 1892-93. Deceased. 
Brown, T(homas) Morris, VI, 1892-93. Sales Engineer, Titan Steel Casting 

Co., Newark, N.J. 
Brown, Walter S(tanley), III, '06. Breeder of Purebred Holstein-Friesian 

Cattle, Underbill Center, Vermont. 
Brown, Walter Vail, VI, '94. Department of Water Supply, Borough of 

Richmond, 304 Richmond Hall, New Brighton, N.Y. 
Brown, Warren D(ay), A.B., VI, '97. Treasurer, Mitchell Motor Co., of 

New York, 1855 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Brown, Willard D(alrymple), IV, 1901-02, 1903-04. 15 Beacon St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Brown, Willard F. S., II, 1888-91. Deceased. 
Brown, W(illiam) Chaiming, VI, 1887-90. Clergyman, American Unitarian 

Association, 25 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Brown, Mrs. William H. (Moors, Adelaide), 1896-97. Cohasset, Mass. 
Brown, W(illiam) N., V, Vin, 1898-01. Insurance and Fire Protection Engi- 
neer for Sulzberger & Sons, Pork Packers, Chicago, 111. 
Brown, Wilton G(ardner), XU, 1903-04. Geological Engineer, Helena, 

Mont. 
Browne, Edward A., 1872-73- 
Browne, Edward C, 1871-73. Died May 12, 191 1. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 6l 

Browne, Frank A(twood), XIII, '06. Assistant Engineer, Chief Engineer's 
Office, Culebra, Canal Zone, P.O. Box 218, Wheeling, W.Va. 

Browne, H(arry) P(atrick) C(onnolly), VI, '96. President, Transimeters 
Co., 141 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Browne, Walter H., 1868-70. 

Brownell, Charles T., IV, 1891-94- 

Brownell, Ernest H(enry), A.B., I, '90. Civil engineer, U.S.N., Puget Sound 
Navy Yard, Bremerton, Wash. 

Brownell, F(rank) "W(ilbur), B.A., VI, '05. Manitoba Government Tele- 
phones, Manitoba, Canada. 

Brownell, John R(andolph), 1897-01. Safety Engineer, The Pennsylvania 
Steel Co., 21 N. Harrisburg St., Steelton, Pa. 

Brownell, Walter K(eith), I, '10. With G. C. & A. E. Wheeler, Civil Engi- 
neers, 1409 St. Nicholas Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Browning, John F., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. (Retired), Salem Water 
Board, Salem, Mass. 

Brownlee, M(alcolm) B(ruce), Jr., m, 1907-11. With Franklin Electric Man- 
ufacturing Co., Hartford, Conn. 

Brownlee, Richard W(illiam), n, 1903-06. 

Bruce, Annetta, VII, 1894-95. Dean of Women, Talladega College, Talla- 
dega, Ala. 

Bruce, Arthiir G(arfield), 1902-03. Gardner, Mass. 

Bruce, Barbom-, IX, 1901-02. Interior Decorator and Art Dealer, 562 
Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 

Bruce, Charles T., 1872-73- 

Bruce, Edward M., V, 1885-86. 

Bruce, George H(oward), A.B.. II, VI, 1904-05. Attorn ey-at-Law, 10 Tremont 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Bruce, Malcom, II, 1902-03. De Funiak Springs, Fla. 

Bruce, Robert Ernest, A.B., A.M., 1900-01. Assistant Professor of Mathe- 
matics, Boston University, 688 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Bruce, T(homas) Kitson, M.D., I, 1887-88. Physician, Niverville, N.Y. 

Brunner, Arnold W., 1877-79. Architect, 320 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Bninet, Edward L(eo), VI, 1906-08. 11 Moreland St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Brush, G(eorge) Sabm, II, 1905-06. Chief clerk, Boston Elevated Railway 
Co., Sullivan Sq., Charlestown, Mass. 

Brush, M(atthew) C(hauncey), II, '01. Assistant to Vice-President, Boston 
Elevated Street Railway Co., loi Milk St., Rm. 501, Boston, Mass. 

Brush, Reuben Warner, VI, '10. Student, Shop Training Course, Holtzer- 
Cabot Electric Co., 621 Albany St., Boston, Mass. 

Bruton, Alfred W., 1901-03. Died May i, 1903. 

Bryan, Clark A(lbert), I, '03. Superintendent of Construction, Rickert 
Finlay Realty Co., 45 W. 34th St., New York, N.Y. 

Bryan, Richard R., VI, 1895-97. Died April 9, 1901. 

Bryant, Alice G., a.b., 1882-83- Physician, 416 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass. 

Bryant, B(radley) F(ranklin) W(hite), II, 1901-02. General Manager, 
Chatham Light & Power Co., Chatham, Va. 



62 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Bryant, Gushing M., 1880-81. 

Bryant, Dixie Lee, Ph.D., XII, '91. Teacher of Physical Geography, Chicago 

High School, 1900 Washington Blvd., Chicago, 111. 
Bryant, Ernest Calvin, B.S., I, '93. Professor of Physics, Middlebury 

College, Middlebury, Vt. 
Bryant, George Henry, VII, XI, 1906-07. 4 Lincoln St., Haverhill, Mass. 
Bryant, Geo(rge) H(olmes), II, '83. Principal, Townsend Industrial School, 

Newport, R.I. 
Bryant, Henry, 187&-78. Died January 6, 1904. 
Bryant, Henry F(letcher), I, '87. Civil Engineer, 334 Washington St., 

Brookline, Mass. 
Bryant, Percy, 1883-84. General Superintendent, Cia Industrial Mexicana, 

Chihuahua, Mex. 
Bryant, William P(age), X, '91. Rating Auditor, Boston Board of Fire 

Underwriters, 55 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 
Bryden, George W(illiam), n, '91. Care of James Boyden & Co., N. Mar- 
ket St., Boston, Mass. 
Buchanan, James M(arion), in, '06. Engineering Department, New York 

Telephone Co., 812 Havemeyer Bldg., New York, N.Y. 
Buchanan, L(eonard) B(rown), VI, '93. With Stone & Webster, 147 Milk 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Bucher, Russell Samuel, IV, '96. W. M. Bucher & Son, Architects & Con- 
tractors, Harrisonburg, Va. 
Buchholz, Cha(rle)s E(gmont), I, '93. Secretary, Northern New York 

Coal Company, 80 Public Sq., and Secretary, Marcy, Buck & Riley, 

Incorporated, loi Mill St., New York, N.Y. 
Buck, Arthur A(ugustine), LL.B., VI, '93. Lawyer, Patent Department, 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
Buck, Charles W., 1878-79. 

Buck, Harriet J., VI, 1894-96. 286 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. 
Buck, John E., I, 1893-95- 
Buck, Laurance M(ontjoy), III, 1902-05. Glass Bottle Manufacturer, 

Buck Glass Co., Fort Ave., Lawrence & Clewin Sts., Baltimore, Md. 
Buck, Robert "W., VI, 1900-02. Southborough, Mass. 
Buck, Stuart M., 1865-66. Mining Engineer, Bramwell, W. Va. 
Buck, V(ictor) B., Jr., Met. E., 1898-99. Danbury, Conn. 
Buck, ■W(aldo) E., I, 1872-76. President, Worcester Manufacturers Mutual 

Insurance Co., 31 Institute Road, Worcester, Mass. 
Buck, Walter, 1870-71. 15 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Buck, Walter F., VI, 1893-94. 
Buckingham, Edward M., M.D., 1866-68. Physician, 342 Marlborough St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Buckingham, G(eorge) H(olbrook), S.M., IV, '06. Architectural Draughts- 
man, Office of Supervising Architect, U.S. Treasury Department, 

Washington, D.C. 
Buckler, Riggin, A.B., IV, 1906-07- Architect, 11 Pleasant St., Baltimore, 

Md. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 63 

Buckley, James Patrick, Jr., in, 1901-02, 1904-05. 86 Flint St., Salem, Mass. 

Buckley, James Pinckney, 1889-92. 277 St. Paul Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Bucklin, Milton P., VI, 1896-01. Died 1901. 

Buckminster, H(arold) C, V, 1891-93. Mining Interests, 141 Milk St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Buckner, Benjamin F., Jr., 1891-92. Engineer, Old Kentucky Telephone & 
Telegraph Co., Winchester, Ky. 

Buell, Charles S., m, 1896-97. 

Buell, J. W., 1871-72. 

Buell, Lloyd T(liomas), m, '05. With the Miami Copper Co., Miami, Ariz. 

Buff, Henry A(rthur), in, '05. With the Buff & Buff Manufacturing Co., 
329 Lamartine St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Buff, Louis F., I, 1893-94. Manufacturer, with Buff & Buff Manufactur- 
ing Co., 329 Lamartine St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Buflfum, F(rederick) D(elano), II, '00. Mechanical Engineer, Ellsworth, 
Washington County, Pa. 

Bixflfvun, Harrison S., 1886-87. 

Bugbee, Edward E(verett), III, 'oo. Assistant Professor of Mining Engi- 
neering and Metallurgy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Boston, Mass. 

Bugbee, Lucian W(illis), 1891-94. In charge of Experimental Department, 
American Optical Co., Southbridge, Mass. 

Buhler, Henry W(aldeck), in, '03. Consulting Engineer, 251 Causeway 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Buker, H(arry) W(illiam), in, '06. Salesman, Sullivan Machinery Co., 
Claremont, N.H. 

Bulkley, J(oseph) Norman, VI, '89. Consulting Electrical Engineer, Gen- 
eral Mining and Finance Corporation, Ltd., P.O. Box 1242, Johannes- 
burg, Transvaal, So. Africa. 

Bull, F(reeman) N(elson), m, 1900-03. General Foreman of Concrete 
Gatun Locks, Gatun, Canal Zone, Panama. 

Bull, H(arcourt) W(esson), I, 1900-02. Vice-President, Monarch Valve 
& Manufacturing Co., Smith & Wesson, Revolver Manufacturers, 
Springfield, Mass. 

Bullard, A. M. Deceased. 

Bullard, Albert M., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Bullard, Benjamin, VI, '08. Consulting Electrical Engineer, Garden City, 
Kansas. 

Bullard, Frederic Field, 1883-85. Died June 24, 1904. 

Bullard, John Richards, Jr., 1889-90. Dedham, Mass. 

Bullard, Lewis H., in, 1896-99. Box 2, South Wareham, Mass. 

BuUard, Mary B(ean), rv, 1891-93. Teacher of Drawing, Public Schools, 
Portland, Me. 

Bullard, Maurice Lucian, 11, '09. Engineer of Power, W. H. McElwain 
Co., Manufacturers of Shoes, Manchester, N.H. 

BuUens, Denison K(insgley), III, '09. Metallurgical Engineer, with the 
Parish Manufacturing Co., Reading, Pa. 



64 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Bimistead, (Barton) Dale, IV, 1891-93. Manager, E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
Powder Co., 1415 Old Colony Building, Chicago, 111. 

Bunce, "Walter H., 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1880-84. 6r Ed- 
wards St., Hartford, Conn. 

Bundy, Stanton Schofield, XI, 1905-08. 620 Carson St., San Antonio, Texas. 

Bunker, Adrianna V., 1886-87. 

Bunker, Carl H., X, 1887-90. Assistant Superintendent, 41 Central Wharf, 
Boston, Mass. 

Bunker, George C(yrus), vil, 1904-05. Littleton, N.H. 

Bunnell, F(red) O(scar), v, 1895-99- C. R. I. & Pacific Railway, Chicago, 
111. 

Bunting, Charles K(nowlton) H(awkes), III, 1901-02. 

Burbank, Philip M(ountfort), VI, '92. Fire Protection Engineer, Rhode Is- 
land Supply & Engineering Co., Oliver Bldg., Boston, Mass. 

Burbank, Robert S(tunner), V, 1889-90. Great Western Power Co., Camp 7, 
Croville, Cal. 

Burch, Guy P., I, 1895-98. Died April 11, 1899. 

Burch, James M(errill), Jr., II, '08. With the Farley & Loetscher Manu- 
facturing Co., Dubuque, Iowa. 

Burkhardt, Horatio W(olcott), VI, 1890-93. 323 Sycamore St., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Burden, Frederick E(vans), VI, 1901-04. 9 Church St., North Attleboro, 
Mass. 

Burdett, Paul, 1907-08. Insurance Business, 72 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 

Burdette, Mrs. E. K. (Bailey, Edna G.), V, '04. R.D. i. Box 52 L, 
San Diego, Cal. 

Biu-dick, Edwin(Parks), I, 'oi. Private Business, Milburn, N.J. 

Burdick, Herbert C(lemens), VT, '03. Millburn, N.J. 

Burdick, Howard H(enry), II, '97. Liability Insurance Underwriter, The 
Travelers Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn. 

Bvu-ge, Miss, 1879-81. Teacher, Nashua, N.H. 

Bvu-gess, (Frank) Gelett, I, '87. Author, 16 Gramercy Park, New York, 
N.Y. 

Burgess, George K(inaball), D.Sc, VIII, '96. Physicist, National Bureau 
of Standards, Washington, D.C. 

Burgess, Harry L(ancaster), VI, '08. With the Engineering Department, 
American Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Burgess, John K(ingsbury), II, '86. Farmer, Dedham, Mass. 

Burgess, Oliver G(rahani), 1880-81. 

Burgess, Philip, XI, '99. Of Burgess & Long, Hydraulic & Chemical Engi- 
neers, 828 Columbus Savings & Trust Building, Columbus, Ohio. 

Burgess, William P(hillips), 1879-80. 

Burgher, Ballard Young, l, '09. Oak Lawn, Dallas, Texas. 

Burgher, S(tephen) L(awrence), VI, '09. Inspector, Underwriters' Bureau 
of New England, 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Burhans, Harry N(ewton), X, '07. Secretary, Burhans & Black Co., 
Hardware Dealers, 136 North Salina St., Syracuse, N.Y. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 65 

Burk, Joseph C, 1897-98. 

Burke, Fletcher H(amilton), M.A., ill, 1902-06. Civil Engineer, loi i Mutual 
Life Building, Buffalo, N.Y. 

Burke, John R(yan), I, '93. General Contractor, Dredging and Public 
Works 56 Lincoln St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Burke, Ralph H(aney), I, '06. Instrumentman, Sanitary District of Chi- 
cago, American Trust BIdg., Chicago, 111. 

Burke, Thomas Joseph, v, 1908-09. 165 Beacon St., Clinton, Mass. 

Burkhalter, DeNise, II, 1891-95- 

Burkhardt, E(dward) A(rthur), XIII, '05. Treasurer, Burkhardt Brewery 
Co., Roxbury, Mass. 

Burleigh, Cha(rle)s R(andall), II, '06. Structural Engineer and Chief 
Draughtsman, Southwestern Mech. Co., No. Ft. Worth, Texas. 

Burleigh, W(ilUam) S(torer), II, 'n. Mechanical Assistant, Towle Manu- 
facturing Co., Newburyport, Mass. 

Burleson, Edward F., 1874-75- 

Burley, H(arry) B., I, 1886-90. Treasurer and Manager, Boston Insulated 
Wire & Cable Co., Dorchester District, Boston, Mass. 

Burlingham, Charles L(mcoln), m, '86. 

Burnap, George E(lberton), iv, '06. The Massachusetts, Washington, D.C. 

Burnet, Moses D(eWitt), III, '75. General Manager, Pleasanton Coal Min- 
ing & Coke Co., Pleasanton, Kans. 

Burnett, (L)eander, vi, 1893-94- 

Bumett, Robert F(ield), ill, '10. Mining Engineer, Myers Mine, Oliver 
Iron Mining Co., Chisholm, Minn. 

Burnett, Robert M., 1870-71- Decrfoot Farm Co., Boston, Mass. 

Burnett, Robert "W(allace), Jr., vi, 1897-98. 

Bumham, Alfred W(orcester), X, '04. With American Optical Co., South- 
bridge, Mass. 

Bumham, Charles M(orton), VI, '92. With the American Waltham Watch 
Co., 36 Beech St., Waltham, Mass. 

Burnham, Edward, Jr., l, 1898-99. With E. Burnham, Ladies' Hair Goods 
and Toilet Requisites, 26 West Washington St., Chicago, 111. 

Bumham, E(dward) C(lifton), A.B., II, '90. Designer, Draper Co., Hope- 
dale, Mass. 

Bumham, Frank E., x, 1896-98. Dyer, Chemist, Schoellkopf, Hartford 
& Hanna Co., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Burnham, Frederic H., 1890-91. Glove Manufacturer, Frederic H. Burnham 
Co., Michigan City, Ind. 

Bumham, George, iv, '98. Architect, 120 Exchange St., Portland, Me. 

Bumham, G(uy) J(ohnston), X, '92. 49 Philadelphia Ave., E. Detroit, 
Mich. 

Bumham, Harry A(twood), n, '92. Engineer and Special Inspector, Asso- 
ciated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Bumham, Henry C, 1891-92. 

Bumham, Leonard P., X, 1900-02. 4 Prospect St., Gloucester, Mass. 
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66 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Biimham, P(aul) E(dwin), l, 'n. Assistant, Engineer Corps, Pittsburg, 
Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway, Logansport, Ind. 

Bumliam, Philip (Weeks), IV, 'lo. Draughtsman with D. H. Burnham & 
Co., 120 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Burnham, R(oy) G(ibson), n, 'oo. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology', Boston, Mass. 

Burnham, William A., 1875^6. 4 P.O. Square, Boston, Mass. 

Btunham, William Winslow, XI, '03. Died August 11, 1906. 

Bums, Findley, B.F., B.S., IX, Xin, 1899-01. In charge of Technical Review, 
U.S. Forest Service, Washington, D.C. 

Bxims, F(rancis) Highlands, 1891-92. Vice President, Maryland Casualty 
Co. (Insurance), Baltimore, Md. 

Bums, James D., Jr., I, 1896-99. 4 Webb St., Salem, Mass. 

Bums, Michael J., 1894-95. 

Bums, Robert, VI, 1887-89. Chemist, with the Boston Dairy Co., 484 
Rutherford Ave., Charlestown, Mass. 

Bums, S(ilas) R., IV, 1878-79. Architect, Hunt & Burns, 701 Laughlin 
Building, Los Angeles, Cal, 

Bums, Walter, V, '05. Chemist with Millville Manufacturing Co., Mill- 
ville, N.J. 

Bumside, Thomas A., 1892-93. Lewiston, Idaho. 

Btu'nyeat, William M(axuice) B(rownlie), 1903-04. i Windemere Terrace, 
Princess Park, Liverpool, Eng. 

Burpee, Geo(rge) W(illiam), A.B., I, '06. With Westinghouse, Church, Kerr 
& Co., 10 Bridge St., New York, N.Y. 

BiUT, Alice M(arville), VII, 1896-98. 214 Porter St., Melrose, Mass. 

Biirr, Barbara, 1908-09. 90 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. 

Burr, Charles E., 1887-88. 

Burr, Charles H(enry), m, '02. Utica, Mont. 

Butt, Helen L(ouise), VII, 1896-97. Walla Walla, Wash. 

Burr, Shields, I, 1902-03. Master Mechanic for Hood Rubber Co., Water- 
town, Mass. 

BvuT, Lewis A., 1883-84. 

Burr, Roger A(mes), IX, 1898-03. 57 Englisch Viestel Strasse, Zurich, Switz- 
erland. 

Burrage, Severance, VII, '92. Professor of Sanitary Science, Purdue Uni- 
versit>^ Lafayette, Ind. 

Burrell, George A., '89, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1889-90. Draughts- 
man, with the Carver Cotton Gin Co., Bedford St., East Bridgewater, 
Mass. 

Burrill, Nathan C, I, 1893-97. 88 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 

Burrison, H(enry) K(ingsbury), I, '75. Instructor in Mechanical Drawing 
and Descriptive Geometry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Boston, Mass. 

Burrough, Horace, Jr. V, 1891-92. With the Burroughs Mfg. Co. 503-511 
W. Lombard St., Baltimore, Md. 

Burroughs, Karl, X, '00. With the Fort Hill Chemical Co., Rumford, Me. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 67 

Burroughs, M(ortinier) P(erry), I, '08. With Burroughs Adding Machine 

Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Burroughs, Stanley Mainville, 11, 1908-09. 476 Mt. Auburn St., Watertown, 

Mass. 
Burrows, John S., ill, 1900-01. Fuel Expert, Castner, Curran & BuUett, 

Inc., P.O. Box 846 Norfolk, Va. 
Burrows, William R., 1890-91. With General Electric Co., Edison Lamp- 
works, Harrison, N.J. 
Burt, Angus Edward, III, 1906-09. Died July, 1911. 
Burton, Alfred W. Died May i, 1903. 
Burton, Eugene, ill, '05. Superintendent, Experimental Plant, American 

Smelters Securities Co., Velardena, Durango, Mex. 
Burton, Felix Arnold, IV, '09, IV, S.M., 'n. Architectural Draughtsman, 

Doyle, Patterson & Beach, Portland, Ore. 
Burton, Frank H(oward), II, '91. In Private Business, 6 Selkirk Road, 

Brookline, Mass. 
Burton, Hazen J., Jr., 1868-69. President, Plymouth Clothing House, 

Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Burton, Mrs. Paul G. (Barlow, Mary), v, 1893-94. 3025 No. Charles St., 

Baltimore, Md. 
Burton, "William, 1875-76. 
Burtt, A(rthiu:) M., rv, 1889-92. Architect, Supervising Architect's Office, 

U.S. Treasury Department, Washington, D.C. 
Burwell, Albert L(ewis), V, '07. Superintendent of Tannery, Kaufman, 

Davidson, Semmel, Incorporated, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Busby, Fred E(dward), V, '97. With the Arnold Print Works, 526 Dowlin 

Block, North Adams, Mass. 
Bush, J. (S) Foster, M.D., 1867-69. Physician, 651 Boylston St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Bush, Harry G., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Bush, Robert W., A.B., 1883-84. Engineer of Manufacture, Brooklyn Union 

Gas Co., 180 Remsey St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Bush, Samuel D., 1871-72. 71 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 
Bush, "Walter M(eiggs), n, '97. Treasurer and Assistant Manager, Balti- 
more Bridge Co., Baltimore, Md. 
Bush, "William H., 1871-72. Central Railroad of Louisiana, 616 East Main 

St., New Iberia, La. 
Bushnell, Leonard T(heaker), B.A., n, '05. Secretary and Treasurer, 

Rockwood Sprinkler Co., 208 Columbia St., Seattle, Wash. 
Buss, Edw(ard) A., 1873-74- Consulting Engineer, 85 Water St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Buswell, "W(illia)m H., 1882-83. Superintendent, Archibald Wheel Co., 

Lawrence, Mass. 
Butcher, "William L(aramy), I, '98. With Metcalf & Eddy, Consulting 

Engineers, 14 Beacon, St. Boston, Mass. 
Butler, Alfred, v, 1880-82. 
Butler, Arthur F., IV, 1898-01. Jacksonville Electric Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 



68 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Butler, Chester M(ateland), V, 1902-03, 1904-07- Chemist, with Glens Falls 
Portland Cement Co., 10 Grant Ave., Glens Falls, N.Y. 

Butler, Ferdinand A., VI, 1895-99. Plumbing and Heating Engineer, 50 
Maple St., Danvers, Mass. 

Butler, Joseph W., ill, 1904-05. 26 Rosedale St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Butler, Lawrence Smith, A.B., IV, 1898-01. Architect, Lawrence, Smith & 
Butler, 22 Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Butler, Maxwell E,, 1867-68. (Retired.) 58 Pine St., New York, N.Y. 

Butler, Walter H., 1899-00. Director, Theodore Butler, Ltd., 149 Queen 
Victoria St., London, E.C., Eng. 

Butler, Winthrop F., V, 1894-98. 79 Tudor St., Chelsea, Mass. 

Butman, Chester Arthur, A.M., VI, VIII, 1902-04. Instructor in Physics, 
Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass. 

Butman, Frederick Carlton, 1905-06. The Boston Gas Appliance Exchange, 
18-20 West St., Boston, Mass. 

Butterfield, Geo(rge), 1903-04. Commercial Manager, New England 
Telephone & Telegraph Co., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Butters, Charles M., I, 1897-01. 19 Church St., Somerville, Mass. 

Butters, R(obert) G. Walker, 1886-90. With New England Telephone & 
Telegraph Co., Haverhill, Mass. 

Butterworth, Elwell R(obert), II, '98. Assistant Superintendent, Rever- 
sible Collar Co., iii Putnam Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

Buttimer, John H., iv, 1891-93. 

Buttolph, Benj(amin) G(ilbert), II, '88. Vice-President and Engineer, 
Manufacturers Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 815 Banigan Building, 
Providence, R.I. 

Buttolph, Harry T., I, '76. Senior Assistant Engineer, Bureau of Engineer- 
ing, 7 Municipal Building, Buffalo, N.Y. 

Butts, Walter M(atthews), VI, 1901-05. With Engineering Department, 
New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Buxton, Nathaniel B., 1887-88. Died June 8, 1910. 

Buxton, Philip L., X, 1897-99. Scrap-iron Dealer, 13 Southgate St., Worces- 
ter, Mass. 

Buys, Arthur F., IV, 1898-00. Architect, Hutton & Buys, 311 Madison Ave., 
New York, N.Y. 

Byam, L(eRoy) H(eiiry), I, '98. Secretary and Treasurer, Elliot C. Brown 
Co., 27 Williams St., Room 1807, New York, N.Y. 

Byers, Thomas, 1874-75. 

Byrne, James Edwin, 1875-76. 46 Cornhill, Boston, Mass. 

Byrne, James G., IV, 1905-06. Died March 15, 1908. 

Byrne, Joseph W., 1868-69. 

Byron, Edward Joseph, VII, 1906-07. Williamsport, Md. 

Byron, Walter H(arwood), B.s., X, 1905-10. Tanner, W. D. Byron & Sons, 
Incorporated, Mercersburg, Pa. 

Cabell, T(homas) Breckinridge, VI, '05. Care of Potter College, Bowling 
Green, Ky. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 69 

Cable, Robert H(ill), 1903-04. St. Marks Ave. Hotel, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Cabot, Charles M., 1883-84. m Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Cabot, EUse, V, 1888-89. See Forbes, Mrs. Ralph Emerson. 

Cabot, George E., VIII, 1880-82. Trustee, Cabot, Cabot & Forbes, 60 State 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Cabot, Godfrey L., A.B., 1877-78. Manufacturer of Carbon Black Gas and 

Oil Producer. Old South Building, Boston, Mass. 
Cabot, John, 1871-73- Physician (retired), 42 King Ave., Weehawken, N.J. 
Cabot, John Wilder, 1885-86. 
Cabot, John W(inslow), ill, '79. Mining Engineer, 85 Water St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Cabot, Lmcoln, 1869-71. Died December 14, 1889. 
Cabot, Samuel, 1866-70. Died November 26, 1906. 
Cabot, Samuel, A.B., V, 1906-09. Manufacturing Chemist, Samuel Cabot, 

Inc., 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Cabot, Sewall, VI, 1893-97. 232 High St., Brookline, Mass. 
Cabot, Walter M., IV, 1894-95. West Medvvay, Mass. 
Cabot, William R., 1873-76. Died August, 1907. 
Cacicedo, Luis, V, 1905-08. Chemist at Santa Maria Sugar Plantation, 

Cienfuegal, Cuba. 
Cade, Charles W(alker), n, X, '01. General Superintendent, The Crown 

Cork and Seal Co., 1511-1523 Guilford Ave., Baltimore, Md. 
Cade, Marion L., V, '00. See Woodman, Mrs. A. G. 
Cadenas, Manuel Antonio, I, 1908-09. Comaguey, Cuba. 
Cadenas, Manuel H., 1892-93. 
Cadieu, Edw(ard) L., II, 1892-93. Salesman, India Alkali Works, 28 India 

Wharf, Boston, Mass. 
Cadwell, W(illia)m H., II, 1889-93. Resident Agent with The Jackson Co., 

Nashua, N.H. 
Cady, Francis Elmore, VI, '01. Associate Physicist, National Electric 

Lamp Association, Drawer 387, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Cady, Frank L., V, VII, 1897-01. Bacteriologist, with Water Filtration Plant, 

City of Providence, 11 1 Reservoir Ave., Providence, R.I. 
Cady, John Hutchins, IV, 1904-06. Architect, 10 Weybosset St., Provi- 
dence, R.I. 
Cady, Walter C, IV, 1884-87- 69 Griggs Road, Brookline, Mass. 
Cady, William J(ames), VI, '06. With the Holophane Glass Co., Newark, 

Ohio. 
Cagle, Osborne B., IV, 1890-91, 1892-93. Architect and Builder, Poplarville, 

Miss. 
Cahill, Edward Ignatius, III, 1906-08. Died April 23, 1908. 
Cahn, Edgar B., IV, 1896-98. Cotton Broker, Ettelson & Cahn, 15 William 

St., New York, N.Y. 
Cain, Walter B(icknell), xill, '07. With William Cramp & Son, S. & E. 

Building Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Caine, S(ydney) Atmore, S.M., xill, '05. Priest, St. Luke's Chapel, Trinity 

Parish, New York, N.Y. 



70 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Cairns, Douglas, VI, 1904-06. 621 Albany St., Boston, Mass. 

Calder, H(orace) "W(alter), VI, 1904-09. Sales Engineer, Condit Electrical 
Mfg. Co., 76 Batterymarch St., Boston, Mass. 

Calder, Walter D., 1896-97. Died June 29, 1899. 

Caldwell, Alexander G., V, 1893-94- 

Caldwell, Eliot Lincoln, n, 1872-74- Retired. 70 Rockview St., Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 

Caldwell, F(rederick) W(illiam), II, '99. Engineer with the General Elec- 
tric Co., Schnectady, N.Y. 

Caldwell, George A., 1889-90. With American Telephone and Telegraph 
Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Caldwell, Philip L(ord), I, 'n. With W. H. McElwain Co., 348 Congress 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Caldwell, Statira P(reble), 1903-04. 

Caldwell, Walter E(vans), 11, '08. Engineer with The W. E. Caldwell Co., 
Brook and D Sts., Louisville, Ky. 

Caldwell, William A(nderson), IV, 1904-06. 4215 Westminster Place, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Calkins, Ernest W., Jr., II, 1901-04. Lock Box 256, Geneva, N.Y. 

Calkins, Frederic E., 1885-87. 

Calkins, Gary N(athan), Ph.D., IX, '90. Professor of Protozoology, Colum- 
bia University, New York, N.Y. 

Calkins, Leighton, A.B., LL.B., n, 1891-92. Of Bard & Calkins, Lawyers, 
25 Broad St., New York, N.Y. 

Call, Merrill A., VI, 1897-98. Deceased. 

Callahan, Charles A(ugustine), 1904-05, 1907-08. 109 River St., Waltham, 
Mass. 

Callahan, Dennis Edward, VI, '93. Died November 28, 1900. 

Callahan, Edward H., VI, 1897-98. 164 Main St., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Callahan, William K., 1880-84. Died May 10, 1907. 

Callan, J(ohn) G(umey), VI, '96. Engineer, Arthur D. Little, Inc., 93 
Broad St., Boston, Mass. 

Callaway, H(endley), Ross, II, "oS. Vice-President, Ed. H. Callaway Engi- 
neering Co., 50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Callender, Harry R(ea), 1889-90. 2313 So. Hope St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Calley, Walter E(ngland), II, VI, 1902-06. Centre and Myrtle Sts., Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 

Callman, Herbert, VI, 1904-05. Architect and Engineer, Howard & Callman, 
Far Rockaway, N.Y. 

Calnan, John W(illiam) J(oseph), V, '03. Director, Department of Chem- 
istry, Franklin Union, and Manager Library Bureau Laboratories, 
Boston, Mass. 

Came, Frank E(lden), I, '81. 17 Metcalf Apartments, Westm'ount, Que- 
bec, Quebec. 

Cameron, Allan J., 11, 1902-03. 

Cameron, Julian A(bbot), II, '87. President, Abbot Worsted Co., Forge 
Village, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 7 1 

Camp, Roland H(eaton), VI, 1899-00, 1904-05. 92 Woodlawn Terrace, Water- 
bury, Conn. 

Camp, "Walter T(nmibull), ll, ix, 1894-96. 

Camp, William Hoke, V, 1907-08. Gaulbert Apartments, Weissinger, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

Campau, Antoine B (lackwell) , IV, '01. Of Robinson & Campair, Architects, 
450 Houseman Bldg., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Campbell, Alexander D., vi, 1901-02. 

Campbell, Alfred, 1904-06. 5701 Stanton Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Campbell, C(assius) S., A.B., 1883-84. Teacher, Derry Village, N.H. 

Campbell, Charles, Xl, 1903-04- Box 462, Buchannon, W.Va. 

Campbell, Charles F(rancis) F(aulkner), IX, '01. Executive Secretary, 
Ohio (State) Commission for the Blind; Editor, Outlook for the Blind, 
233 Fulton St., Columbus, Ohio. 

Campbell, Charles L(incoln), X, '09. In charge. Chemical Engineering 
Department, E. B. Badger & Sons Co., 75 Pitts St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Campbell, Daniel A., 1881-82. 

Campbell, D(onald) C(henery), II, '98. In business, 2124 Manito Boule- 
vard, Spokane, Wash. 

Campbell, Duncan, 1886-87. 

Campbell, Edmund Sfchureman), IV, '06, rv, S.M., '07. Assistant Professor 
of Architecture, Carnegie Technical Schools, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Campbell, Geo(rge) A(shley), Ph.D., I, '91. Research Engineer, American 
Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Campbell, Harry A(ndrew), F., II, '99. Mechanical Engineer, with the 
Baldwin Locomotive Works, 500 North Broad St., Philadephia, Pa. 

Campbell, H(arry) H., Ill, '79. Metallurgical Engineer, Pennsylvania 
Street Co., Franklin Bank Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Campbell, James F., 1889-91. Attorney-at-law, 133 South 12th St., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

Campbell, J(ames) K(enneth), I. 'n. Assistant Engineer, Lehigh Valley 
Railroad (on Valuation Work), Esmont, Va. 

Campbell, Jeremiah, II, 1887-90. 65 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass. 

Campbell, John, ill, '00. Second Vice-President, Harrisburg Manufactur- 
ing & Boiler Co., 19th and Derry Sts., Harrisburg, Pa. 

Campbell, J(ustin) W(illis), ill, 1892-95. With the Pennsylvania Steel Co., 
Steelton, Pa. 

Campbell, Kenneth J(ames), B.S., I, '09. Assistant Manager, The Reeves 
Engineering Co., 204 East High St., Mt. Vernon, Ohio. 

Campbell, Percy A., I, vni, 1895-98. Derry Village, N.H. 

Campbell, William K., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Camsell, Charles, B.A., XII, 1908-09. Geologist, Geological Survey of 
Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. 

Canby, Harry Beaver, A.B., II, '02. Second Vice-President, Crawford, 
McGregor & Canby Co., 308 Central Ave., Dayton, Ohio. 

Canfield, Arthur L(ake), II, '95. 40 Wall St., New York, N.Y. 



72 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Cannon, Garrit S., Ph.B., XIII, 1902-03. Mechanical and Electrical Engi- 
neer, Railway Improvement Co., 165 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Cannon, Lewis Telle, IV, '96. Architect, Cannon, Fetzer and Hansen, 
506 Templeton Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Cannon, Madison M(ott), I, 1892-94. 19 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Cannon, Robert M., ill, 1894-95. 

Cannon, Sylvester Q(uayle), ill, '99. Mining and Hydraulic Engineer, 
503 Templeton Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Cannon, Willard T(elle), II, '99. With the Lynch-Cannon Engineering 
Co., 424 Judge Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Cannon, William Raynor, 1906-08. North Hanover, Mass. 

Capelle, George C, XIII, 1899-02. Civil Engineer, Boston Elevated Rail- 
way, Boston, Mass. 

Capen, Barnard, VI, '91. With Plant Dept., New England Telephone & 
Telegraph Co., Boston, Mass. 

Capen, B(emard) W(inslow), VI, '02. Equipment Engineer, Nebraska 
Telephone Co., Omaha, Neb. 

Capen, Bessie T., 1876-77. Principal, Miss Capen's School for Girls, 
Northampton, Mass. 

Capen, Carroll A(dams), X, 1893-97. Travelling Salesman, Hosmer, Rob- 
inson & Co., 107 Chamber of Commerce, Boston, Mass. 

Capen, Frank I., 1888-89. Stoughton, Mass. 

Capen, George H., ill, V, IX, 1879-83. 479 Sherman St., Canton, Mass. 

Capen, G(eorge) Walter, IV, '77. Architect, Canton Corner, Mass. 

Capen, Mary L. B., 1876-77, See Reynolds, Mrs. 

Capron, Seth A., 1893-95. 

Capron, William C, M.E., II, 1888-90. Mechanical Engineer, Anaconda Cop- 
per Mining Co., Great Falls, Mont. 

Card, Huber David, XII, '92. Died April 28, 1911. 

Card, John F(ord), III, '04. Operating Director, Griffin Wheeler Co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Carey, Cha(rle)s D(onald), A.B., ll, '10. Inspecting Engineer, Bethlehem 
Steel Co., South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Carey, Francis V(incent), I, II, 1903-07. Civil Engineer, 53 State St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Carey, Edward John, 1906-08. Percival St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Carhart, C(lem) C(lare), ill, '04. Carey-Act Engineer, State of Idaho, 
P.O. Box 411, Gooding, Idaho. 

Carhart, F(rank) M(ilton), I, '05. Chief Carey-Act Engineer, State of 
Idaho, Capitol Building, Boise, Idaho. 

Carleton, Elbridge S(toyle), rv, '88. Of Cutting, Carleton & Cutting, 
Architects, 44 Front St., Worcester, Mass. 

Carleton, Guy, II, 1891-93. Proprietor of Carleton Coupling Co., Camden, 
Me. 

Carleton, James G., 1882-83. 

Carleton, Lee Thurston, 1901-02. i Highland Ave., Wakefield, Mass. 

Carleton, Max S., 1895-96. Died December 12, 1895. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 73 

Carlisle, Morten, VI, '90. President, The Carlisle & Finch Co., Manufactur- 
ing Electricians, 229 East Clifton Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Carlisle, R(alph) E., VI, 1899-00. President and Manager of Bay State 
Squab Co., 116 Prospect St., Wakefield, Mass. 

Carlisle, T(yler) W(aterman), II, 1907-08. With Strong, Carlisle & Ham- 
mond Co., 336 Frankfort Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Carlson, Harry J., rv, 1889-91. Of Coolidge & Carlson, Architects, 89 State 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Carlton, Chester V(emon), I, '90. Granite Dealer, Milford, N.H. 

Carlton, Jesse C, 1890-91. 606 Fourth National Bank Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 

Carmalt, Laurance J(ohnson), 1889-91. 209 W. 33d St., New York, N.Y. 

Carmichael, Geo(rge) P(atrick), A.B., IV, 1899-03. Architectural Draughts- 
man, with Edward T. P. Graham, 20 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Cames, Walter Baldwin, II, 1906-07. Lima, Ohio. 

Carney, Arthur William, ill, 1907-09. 30 Saunders St., Lawrence, Mass. 

Carney, Edward B(ullard), II, '93. Treasurer, Lowell Institution for Sav- 
ings, 18 Shattuck St., Lowell, Mass. 

Carney, F(rank) D(ilbert), ill, '87. General Superintendent, The Pennsyl- 
vania Steel Co., Steelton, Pa. 

Carney, George S., 1889-91. 219 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Carney, J(ames) A(ndrew), V, '90. Superintendent of Shops, Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy Railroad, West Burlington, Iowa. 

Carney, William W., 1872-74- Cananea, Yaqui River & Pacific Railroad, 
Mexico. 

Carpenter, Charles M., 1897-98. 214 Linden Ave., Lindenwald, Hamilton, 
Ohio. 

Carpenter, Charles S., 1868-70. Deceased. 

Carpenter, Edwin J., 1868-70. Assistant Engineer, LT.S. Engineer's Office, 
Custom House, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Carpenter, Flavel W., 1890-91. Died 1906. 

Carpenter, Frank F., 1883-84. Died February 8, 191 1. 

Carpenter, Geo(rge) O(liver), V, 1869-70. Vice-President, National Lead 
Co., Liggett Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

Carpenter, J(ames) E. R., IV, 1884-86. Architect, No. i Madison Ave., New 
York, N.Y. 

Carpenter, James Richardson, Ph.B., I, 1910-11. Mammoth Copper Mining 
Co., Kennett, Cal. 

Carpenter, Kenneth Earle, IV, 1906-07, 1908-09, 1910-11. Draughtsman, 
with Codman & Despradelle, 31 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Carpenter, Paul M., 1902-03. Milton, Mass. 

Carpenter, Robert R. M., IV, 1897-98. Manager, Development Department, 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours Powder Co., Wilmington, Del. 

Carpenter, Mrs. Thomas B. (White, Anne E.), V, '91. 533 Franklin St., 
Buffalo, N.Y. 

Carpenter, William T(aggart), 1904-05. 106 Exeter St., Pittston, Pa. 

Carr, Andrew S., 1888-89. 59 Leverett St., Boston, Mass. 

Carr, E. Frederick, 1872-74. Quincy, Mass. 



74 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Carr, James H., 1897-00. 7 Pearl St., Salem, Mass. 

Carr, John J., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Carr, J(oseph) Lewis, l, 1897-99- Civil Engineer, 18 Washington Ave., 

Chelsea, Mass. 
Carr, R(obert) W., ill, 1892-95. Coal Dealer and Miner, Burnett & Walnut 

Sts., San Antonio, Texas. 
Carr, S(idney) T(aylor), VI, '06. Sales Engineer, Hawaiian Electric Co., 

Limited, Honolulu, T.H. 
Carr, W(alter) Frank, I, '84. Chief Engineer, The Falk Co., Milwaukee, 

Wis. 
Garret, Charles R., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Carrier, Omer H., 1891-92. 

Carrigan, Rose A., 1896-98. Teacher, Boston Normal School, Huntington 
Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Carroll, Thomas F., 1905-06. 

CarroU, Thomas F(rancis), 1894-95- 

Carruth, Charles T(heodore), 1869-70. Retired. 88 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Carruth, H(enry) P(ope), V, 1902-04. Chemist, Arthur D. Little, Inc., care 
of American Writing Paper Co., Holyoke, Mass. 

Carson, Charles G(eorge), 1906-08. 14 Fellows Road, London, N.W., Eng. 

Carson, H(oward) A(dams), A.M., I, '69. Consulting Engineer, 79 Glen- 
wood St., Maiden, Mass. 

Carson, John R(enshaw), B.S., E.E., VI, 1907-08. Engineer, Research De- 
partment, Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

Carson, T(homas) B(urke), II, '82. Secretary, French & Hecht, 709 Perry 
St., Davenport, Iowa. 

Cartagena, Juan J(os), VI, '06. San German, Porto Rico. 

Cartagena, Nicholas Manrique, II, 1905-09. Student, Purdue University, 
Lafayette, Ind. 

Carter, Allie D., 1896-97. 

Carter, B(enjamin) F(ranklm), VI, 1903-07. With Telluride Power Co., 
Telluride, Colo. 

Carter, Charles J(enkins), II, 1904-05- Instructor in Mechanic Arts, 
University of Maine, Orono, Me. 

Carter, C(larence) E(lmore), I, '06. 19 Grand St., Reading, Mass. 

Carter, Clifton Carroll, VI, '09. Captain, U.S.A., Chief of Staff, Headquar- 
ters District of Hawaii, Honolulu, T.H. 

Carter, Frank, 1896-97. 

Carter, Frank H(arvie), I, 1894-95- Designing and Supervising Engineer, 
147 Magazine St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Carter, George William, VI, '01. Fort Wayne Electric Works, no State 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Carter, Harold Leston, II, '08. With the Associated Factory Mutual Fire 
Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Carter, Henry H., I, '77. President and Consulting Engineer, Metro- 
politan Contracting Co., 95 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 



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Carter, Henry M., 1885-86. 

Carter, John R., 1869-70. No. Woburn, Mass. 

Carter, Marion H., VIl, 1890-93. 504 West 143d St., New York, N.Y. 

Carter, N. P. Ames, II, 1883-86. Electrical Contractor, Carter Electric Co., 

229 Main St., Springfield, Mass. 
Carter, Philip (Greenleaf), II, 1890-92. Manager, The Winslow Brothers 

Co., 103 Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Carter, Pulaski, 1902-04. E. Parker St., Scranton, Pa. 
Carter, William W(ood), X, '93, VI, '94. President, New Co., Chemical 

Engineers, Watertown, Mass. 
Cartwright, David J., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Cartwright, J(ames) W(eld), VI, 1885-89. Orchardist, Sunset Farm, Hamp- 
ton, Conn. 
Carty, Francis J(ames), II, '04. Mechanical Engineer, Boston & Albany 

Railroad, 322 South Station, Boston, Mass. 
Carty, John E(dward), I, '97. Assistant Designing Engineer, Bridge and 

Ferry Division, Public Works Department, City of Boston, 60 City 

Hall, Boston, Mass. 
Carty, Maurice W(alter), II, '04. Assistant Mechanical Engineer, with the 

Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Carvalho, Raul de R., IX, '92. See de Carvalho, Paul R. 
Carven, Christopher J(ames), I, '84. Assistant Engineer, Engineering 

Department, City of Boston, 49 City Hall, Boston, Mass. 
Cary, Burton "W(olcott), II, '08. Patent Lawyer with Phillips, Van Everen 

& Fish, 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Cary, Charles R(eed), B.S., VIII, '04- Electrical Engineer with the Leeds 

Northrup Co., 4901 Stenton Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Cary, Hunsdon, 1892-93. 
Cary, Louis A., 1892-96. Deceased. 
Cary, Richard L(ucius), A.B., A.M., I, '09. Instructor in Mathematics, 

Princeton University, Princeton, N.J. 
Cary, S. Matthews, 1867-70. Died April i, 1905. 
Caryl, Rodney C(lark), 1904-05. 30 Torey St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Casani, Albert A(eneas), l, '01. American Bridge Co., 30 Church St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Case, Herbert M(onroe), VI, '99- Commercial Engineer with the General 

Electric Co., 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 
Case, Jackson I., 1882-83. Died January 6, 1903. 
Case, John W., IV, 1885-87. Died, 1909. 
Case, Lawrence ■W(ells), 1889-90. President, Case Brothers, Incorporated, 

Paper Manufacturers, Ashelow, Highland Park, Conn. 
Case, Mabel B., 1878-79. Deceased. 
Case, Wmthrop T(racy), II, 1890-94. Braintree, Mass. 
Casey,FrankAugustus, II, 1905-08. River St., Billerica, Mass. 
Casey, George A(ustin), VI, 1901-04. 
Cashman, John F., 1894-95. 



76 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Cason, E(verett) S(hackelford), II, VI, 1902-04. Owner and Manager of 

Longfield Leghorn Farm, Carrollton, Mo. 
Caspary, Alfred H., VI, 1894-95. 19 E. 71st St., New York, N.Y. 
Cass, Hermann J., II, 1899-00. Travelling Salesman, The Cork Insert Co., 

P.O. Box 67, Lawrence, Mass. 
Cassel, Charles G., 1866-68. 
Cassidy, David D(emarest), Jr., IV, 1895-97. Architect, 80 East Main St., 

Amsterdam, N.Y. 
Cassidy, Edward R., 1882-83. 

Cassidy, Herbert Arthur, XIII, 1904-07. Clergyman, North Easton, Mass. 
Cassino, Leslie P(helps), II, '08. 194 Lafayette St., Salem, Mass. 
Castle, James B., 1876-77. Factor and Commission Merchant, Hawaiian 

Development Co., Ltd., P.O. Box 268, Honolulu, T. H. 
Castle, WUliam P., 1887-88. 
Castelhun, Frederic K(arl), VI, '10. With the Plant Department of Bell 

Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania, nth and Filbert Sts., Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
Castleman, Breckemidge, 1891-92. 
Castleman, Philip, B.S., M.S., M.D., V, 1901-04. Physician, Cheyenne 

River Agency, South Dakota. 
Cater, Douglas A(ymar), M.D., II, '92. Physician, 55 Harrison St., East 

Orange, N.J. 
Cates, Louis S(hattuck), ill, '02. Superintendent of Mines, Ray Consol- 
idated Copper Co., Ray, Ariz. 
Catlin, Cha(rle)s A., B.S., Ph.B., 1894-95. Chemist, with Rumford Chemical 

Works, Providence, R.I. 
Catlin, Joseph P(riestley), VI, '01. Manager of Clayton & Craig, Inc., 161 

Summer St., Boston, Mass. 
Catlin, W. Fred. 9 Wallace Ave., New Castle, Pa. 
Caton, John H(earst), 3d, I, 1904-08. 70 Arnold Ave., Edgewood Station, 

Providence, R.L 
Caughey, Edward G., 1883-86. 
Causebrook, Henry F(itzgerald), V, 1903-04. 
Cavanaugh, Arthur J., Xlll, 1899-03- 
Cavanaugh, James E., i88o-8i. School of Mechanic Arts. 
Cavanaugh, John T., 1884-85. Quincy, Mass. 
Caypless, WilUs S(niith), m, '06. 
Cayvan, L(lewellyn) L(eopold), V, '00. Superintendent, National Biscuit 

Co., 41 Kent St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Cederholm, Aima M(argaret), V, '06. Chemist, Research Laboratory, 

General Electric C, Schenectady, N.Y. 
Cenedella, Attilio H(orace), I, '07. Superintendent of Construction, with 

Cenedella & Co., 68 School St., Milford, Mass. 
Center, David A(llen), VI, '88. 151 Washington St., Gloucester, Mass. 
Center, Harry P., 1888-89. 
Cerf, Harry H(erman), II, '04. With the Minnesota Steel Co., Sherwood 

Building, Duluth, Minn. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 77 

Chace, Carll S(mith), I, 1900-03- Civil Engineer, Stone & Webster Engi- 
neering Corporation, 31 Wales St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Chace, Franklin M(urphy), IV, '04, IV, S.M., '05. Architect, 122 Ames Bldg., 
Boston, Mass. 

Chace, Ira M(ason), Jr., l, '98. Manager, New Bedford Office, J. W. Bishop 
Co., General Contractors, P.O. Box 575, New Bedford, Mass. 

Chace, Mason S(mith), II, '94. Naval Architect and Shipbuilder, 31 
Wales St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Chadboum, William H(obbs), Jr., ill, '86. 16 Winchester St., Brookline, 
Mass. 

Chadboume, Albert H., 1883-84. 

Chadboume, Edward M., I, 1902-03. 801 Postal Telegraph Bldg., San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Chadboume, John W., 1866-70. Deceased. 

Chadboume, "W(alter) E(verett), XIII, '06. Draughtsman, with National 
Electric Signaling Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Chadwell, Elizabeth Dane, VII, 1902-03. Teacher of Cooking, Boston, Mass. 
Address 192 So. Common St., Lynn, Mass. 

Chadwick, Francis B., 1871-72. 69 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Chadwick, Henry M(ason), 1889-90. Assistant Engineer of Construction, 
Boston Bridge Works, Inc., 47 Winter St., Boston, Mass. 

Chadwick, J. C, 1885 86. 

Chadwick, John P(atten), III, '07- With Miami Copper Co., care of Gen- 
eral Office, 4 C. Co., Cavanea, Sonora, Mex. 

Chadwick, Louis R(obinson), XIII, '06. Salesman, Sullivan Machinery Co., 
1 1 27 Central National Bank Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

Chaffee, Dudley C, IV, 1891-93. 321 Main St., Peoria, 111. 

Chaffee, Eben Whitney, V, 1906-08. Armenia, No. Dak. 

Chaffee, E(mory) Leon, A.M., Ph.D., VI, '07. Instructor in Electrical Engi- 
neering in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences; Bayard Cutting 
Fellow for Research at Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Harvard Uni- 
versity, Cambridge, Mass. Instructor at Radcliffe College, Cambridge, 
Mass. 

Chaffee, W(alter), C(rane) IV, '00. R.F.D. 2, Grand Junction, Colo. 

Chaffee, William, 1888-89. 6 Samoset St., Boston, Mass. 

Chalifoux, Paul E., Ill, 1898-01. With J. L. Chalifoux Co., Merchants, 
Central St., Lowell, Mass. 

Chahners, H(arry) B(ishop), X, '01. President, The H. B. Chalmers Co., 
Schenectady, N.Y. 

Chamberlain, Grace, 1895-96. Teacher of English, 27 Maple Ave., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

Chamberlain, Herbert W., IV, '95. Died May 26, 1899. 

Chamberlain, Mrs. H. W. (Lewis, Marion L.), IV, '96. See Lee, Mrs. F. W. 

Chamberlain, Helen, iv, '96. See Dodd, Mrs. Walter S. 

Chamberlin, N(oel), IV, 1900-04. Landscape Architect, 17 Gramercy Park, 
New York, N.Y. 

Chamberlin, Olin V(ivian,) II, 'n. 603 North Main St., Washington, Pa. 



78 ]VL\SSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHXOLOG\ 

Chamberlin, William E.jIV. '77- DiedAugust6, 1911. 

Chambers, Hem^ W., B.A., I, 189(^-01 • Assistant in office of Vice President 
and General Manager, New York Central & Hudson River Railroad, 
1 01 2 Grand Central Terminal, New York, N.Y. 

Champagne, George H(em7), 1901-05. Maynard, Mass. 

Chandler, B(arrett) L., V, 1880-83. Treasurer, Beckwith Chandler Co., 
Varnish Manufacturers, 201 Emmet St., Newark, N.J. 

Chandler, Benjamin F(oster), VIII, 1905-06. South Coventry, Conn. 

Chandler, Charles P., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Chandler, Edna M., V, '99. See Thompson, Mrs. J. B. 

Chandler, Edward, Xin, '06. Assistant Superintendent, United States Alu- 
minum Co., New Kensington, Pa. 

Chandler, Fred W(orthington), xm, 1902-06. Shoe Manufacturer, with 
Nathan D. Dodge Shoe Co., 10 East High St., Newbury, Mass. 

Chandler, Harry S(tuart), X, '08. Superintendent, HofTman Paint & 
Varnish Co., Medford and Washington Sts., Boston, Mass. 

Chandler, H(enry), Daland A.B., IV, 1906-08, 1909-10. Student of Architec- 
ture, Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, France. 

Chandler, Howard T(rueman), n, '01. Assistant Superintendent, Walter 
Baker & Co., Limited, Dorchester, Mass. 

Chandler, Howland S., IV, 1884-86. 31 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Chandler, Joseph E(verett), IV, 1885-87. 31 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Chandler, L(eonard) D(exter), n, '01. Steam Engineering, Walworth 
Manufacturing Co., 132 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Chandler, W(illard) D(alrymple), n, '04. Inspector, Associated Factory 
Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Channing, G(iovanni) E., IV, 1871-72. Special Agent, U.S. Treasury 
Department, Room 304 Federal Building, Seattle, Wash. 

Channing, Walter, M.D., 1867-68. Physician, 27 Chestnut Hill Ave., 
Brookline, Mass. 

Chantry, Allan J., Jr. (AnnapoUs), XTTTA, S.M., '10. Malvern, Iowa. 

Chapel, Edward A., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Chapin, C(harles) J(ewett), xm, 1893-94. Wholesale Dealer in Cattle Feeds, 
Box 313, Hammond, Ind. 

Chapin, Edward S(amuel), V, '98. With the Laboratories Department, 
American Dyewood Co., 115 High St., Boston, Mass. 

Chapin, Edwin P., 1865-66. 

Chapm, George E., VI, 1889-92. 

Chapin, Harry G(ardner), I, XI, 1900-05. Civil Engineer, 20 Congress St., 
Greenfield, Mass. 

Chapin, Henry K., 1900-02. 249 Goethe St., Chicago, 111. 

Chapin, Henry M., IV, 1898-99. 

Chapin, J(ohn) E(ndicott), X. 1900-01. 506 Park Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Chapin, Josiah L., 1865-66. Died March 16, 1906. 

Chapin, Mabel H., 1892-94. 84 Upland Road, Brookline, Mass. 

Chapin, Maurice S(cott), Xin, 'lo. With Lowell Electric Light Corpora- 
tion, Lowell, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 79 

Chapman, E (ben) L(ord), I, 'oi. With Pennsylvania Steel Co., Steelton, Pa. 
Chapman, Edward P(richard), ill, '09. Chemist, with the Pueblo Plant, 

American Smelter and Refining Co., Pueblo, Colo. 
Chapman, Edwin Morton, M.D., 1891-92. 201 1 I St., Washington, D.C. 
Chapman, George Daniel, II, '90. Died May 31, 1900. 
Chapman, George F., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. M.I.T., 1878-79. Nepon- 

sct Cattle Co., Evanston, Wyo. 
Chapman, George H., II, '77- Died January 21, 1879. 
Chapman, George H., Jr., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Chapman, George Hobart, VI, 1903-07. Evanston, Wyo. 
Chapman, H(arlan) M(unroe), V, '02. Superintendent, Coke Ovens, 

Maryland Steel Co., Sparrows Point, Md. 
Chapman, James E., Il, 1878-80. Neponset Cattle Co., Evanston, Wyo. 
Chapman, J(ames) F (inlay), VI, '99- Chief Electrician, Colorado Fuel & 

Iron Co., 521 Van Buren St., Pueblo, Colo. 
Chapman, James R(ussell), 1868-71. Civil Engineer (retired), 1712 Ana- 

capa St., Santa Barbara, Cal. 
Chapman, JohnW(inslow), II, '94. Fire Insurance Inspector, Underwriters 

Bureau of New England, 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Chapman, Laurance D(ana), VI, 1905-09. Clerk, with Hill & Cutler, 567 

Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Chapman, Lawrence Boylston, XIII, '10. Scientific Department, Electric 

Boat Co., Groton, Conn. 
Chapman, Mary, v, Vll, 1885-88. 98 Calhoun St., Springfield, Mass. 
Chapman, Mary B., 1895-96. See Zilliacus, Mrs. H. G. 
Chapman, Nathan C(oleman) W(inslow), ll, '94. 
Chapman, Thomas Garfield, ill, '09. Assistant in Mining Engineering, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Chapman, Thomas L, VI, 1890-91. Standard Oil Co., Yokohama, Japan. 
Chapman, W(arren) G., VI, 1897-99- Railroad Agent, Groton, Conn. 
Chapman, William A., 1881-82. Insurance, 207 Park Ave., Raton, N. Mex. 
Chapman, ■W(illiam) L(ouis), M.D., VII, 1892-93. Physician and Surgeon, 

254 Benefit St., Providence, R.I. 
Chapman, Winthrop, M., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. President, Electric 

Railway Signal Co., Automatic Signals for Street Railways, Rm. 302, 

116 Bedford St., Boston, Mass. 
Chappell, Harry W., V, 1874-77. Retired. 117 East 64th St., New York, 

N.Y. 
Chappell, Raymond D., 1876-77. 
Chappell, "William H., Jr., 1876-77. 
Charles, Evarts W(ilson), II, 1900-04. Mechanical Engineer, with the Kent 

Ore Reduction Co., Baker, Ore. 
Charles, Walter N(athan), I, '00. Assistant Engineer, City of Pittsfield, 



Charleston, Georgiana, V, 1907-08. 772 Shawmut Ave., Roxbury, Mass. 
Charlesworth H(arry) P(rescott), Vl, '05- With American Telephone & 
Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 



80 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Chase, Arthur E., 1886-88. 

Chase, Arthur Taft, Vl, VIII, 1884-87. Of Harvey S. Chase & Co., Certified 

Public Accountants, 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Chase, Aurin M(oody), B.S., II, '00. President, Chase Motor Truck Co., 

Syracuse, N.Y. 
Chase, C(harles) E., I, 1899-03. With Maintenance of Way Department, 

New York Central & Hudson River Railroad, Weehawken, N.J. 
Chase, Charles Harris, VI, '92. Professor Steam Engineering, Tufts Col- 
lege, Tufts College, Mass. 
Chase, Charles Henry, II, '06. 15 W^estfield St., Dedham, Mass. 
Chase, Charles M., IV, 1879-81- North Station, Mass. 
Chase, E(dward) Sherman, XI, 1903-07. Chemist-in-charge, Sewage 

Disposal Works, City of Reading, Reading, Pa. 
Chase, Edwin E(ugene), I, '80. Mining Engineer, 932 Equitable Building, 

Denver, Colo. 
Chase, Edwin K(irke), Ul, 1903-07- 1415 Williams St., Denver, Colo. 
Chase, Eugene P(reston), VI, '06. Inspector, Pennsylvania Railroad, 

Pennsylvania Terminal, New York, N.Y. 
Chase, Frank D(avid), I, '01. Architect, Western Electric Co., Hawthorne 

Station, Chicago, 111. 
Chase, F frank) D(udley), III, '81. Superintendent, Compania Minera, 

Fundidora y Afinadora Monterey, Apartado 27, Nuevo Leon, Mex. 
Chase, Frank L(inten), I, '90. President, The Central Contract and Finance 

Co., The Central Gas Co., and The Sidney Electric Co., Columbus 

Savings and Trust Building, Columbus, Ohio. 
Chase, Harold M(ayson), X, '94, VI, '96. Vice-President and Managing 

Director, Investment Trust Co., Wilmington, N.C. 
Chase, Harvey S(tuart), 11, '83. Of Harvey S. Chase & Co., Certified 

Public Accountants, 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Chase, Henry M., II, 1888-91. Mechanical Engineer with the Deane 

Steam Pump Co., Holyoke, Mass. 
Chase, Howard Root, I, '07. Structural Engineer, with James H. Tower, 

Iron Works, 50 Borden St., Providence, R.I. 
Chase, John C(arroll), 1870-^1. Treasurer and General Manager, The 

Benjamin Chase Co., Derr>' Village, N.H. 
Chase, Orliff (Van) H(eik,) A.B., rv, 'n. Architectural Draughtsman, 

with Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge, 122 Ames Building, Boston, 

Mass. 
Chase, Philip H(artley), A.B., M.e.e., VI, '09. Electrical Engineer, with 

the Public Service Electric Co., Newark, N.J. 
Chase, Richard Davenport, Xl, '92. 59 Fourth St., New Bedfoid, Mass. 
Chase, R(oscoe) L(eland), V, '84. Manager, Arnold Print Works, North 

Adams, Mass. 
Chase, Stuart (Doane), S.B., IX, 1906-08. Accountancy, with Harvey S. 

Chase and Co., 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Chase, Walter S(imons), IV, '95. Superintendent, Quincy Market Cold 

Storage and Warehouse Co., 41 Richmond St., Boston, Mass. 



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Chase, Warren U(Iysses), 1905. 

Chase, Wendell W(yse), iv, 1896-97. 

Chase, William C, 1883-84. 

Cheever, Adeline H., 1893-94. See Whiteside, Mrs. 

Cheever, Helen, 1893-94- 557 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Cheever, Marion, VII, 1892-95. Died September 21, 1879. 

Chen, Ting Juan, v, 1904-05. Canton, China. 

Chenery, Winthrop H(olt), Ph.D., IV, '96. Assistant Professor of Spanish, 
Italian and Romanic Philology, and Acting Librarian of the Univer- 
sity Library, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. 

Cheney, Arthur M(orton), II, '06. Insurance Agent and Broker, John W. 
Cheney & Co., 305 Market St., Camden, N.J. 

Cheney, Charles, 1885-86. Cheney Brothers, Silk Manufacturers, South 
Manchester, Conn. 

Cheney, Edward M., iv, 1880-82. Died February 22, 1888. 

Cheney, Frank, Jr., II, 1878-81. Silk Manufacturer, So. Manchester, 
Conn. 

Cheney, Frank P., VI, 1884-87. Box Manufacturer and Lumber Dealer, 
P.O. Box 285, Lowell, Mass. 

Cheney, James Burleigh, II, 1907-09. Roanes, Gloucester County, Va. 

Cheney, J(ohn) T(yrrell), II. '03. Burley & Tyrrell Co., Wholesale and 
Retail China Dealers, 7 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Cheney, Margaret Swan, 1876-77, 1880-82. Died September, 1882. 

Cheney, Nathan, II, 1890-94. Engineer, with Stone & Webster Engineer- 
ing Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Cheney, William B., 1882-83. 

Cheong, Mong Cham, 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1879-82. De- 
ceased. 

Chess, Harvey B(uchanan), Jr., 1, 1903-04. 816 Aiken Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Chester, Arthur, 1866-68. 

Chester, Arthur H., 1884-85. Died July 19, 1898. 

Chesterman, F(rancis) J(ohn), VI, '05. Division Plant Engineer, New York 
Telephone Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

ChevaUer, Ada M., 1883-84. 

Chick, Randall B., 1898-99. Deceased. 

Chickering, Arthur P., 1, 1890-93. Lawyer, 27 School St., Boston, Mass. 

Chickering, Edward W., 1884-85. 

Chickering, Geo(rge) W., IV, 1888-91. Architect, 6 Beacon St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Chidester, Arthur M(ercer), I, '06. 446 So. Painter Ave., Whittier, Cal. 

Child, Huntley, III, 1904-06. Helena, Mont. 

Child, Marcus L., 1881-82. 

Child, O(scar) C. A., 1891-92. President, Child Acme Cutter & Press Co., 
261 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Child, Samuel G., 1865-68. Died December 19, 1894. 

Child, Stephen, I, '88. Landscape Architect and Consulting Engineer, 
6 Beacon St., Rooms 217-218, Boston, Mass. 



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Childs, Arthur F., I, 1888-91. 

Childs, Arthur R., rv, 1898-01. Architect and Structural Engineer, 61 
Taconic St., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Childs, Austin C, 1881-82. 

Childs, Edward Lincoln, II, '91. Died March 3, 1894. 

Childs, Frank C, 1867-69. President and Treasurer, Nightingale and Childs 
Co., 205 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Childs, James E., 1895-96. 

Childs, John C(hauncey), VI, 1906-07. 102H N. Main St., Piqua, Ohio. 

Childs, Sumner W., 1877-78. School of Mechanic Arts. S. W. Childs & Co., 
Inc., 3552 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Chinchilla, Pelayo Kirkpatrick, I, 1905-11. Student, Shefifield Scientific 
School, New Haven, Conn. 

Chipman, K(enneth) G(ordon), ill, '08. Assistant Topographer, Geolog- 
ical Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. 

Chittenden, Albert, IV, 1892-96, 1898-99. Died January 9, 1907. 

Chittenden, Alpheus W., 1888-89. 1805 Ford Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 

Chivers, Norman M(oore), I, '05. Assistant Engineer, in charge of Pro- 
vincial Construction and Repair, Division of Port Works and Light- 
house Construction, Bureau of Navigation, Manila, P.I . 

Choate, F(rancis) B(radford), 1887-88. Care of Union Pacific Railroad, 
17th and Curtis Sts., Denver, Colo. 

Choate, Parker C, '81, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1881-82, 1884-85. Metal- 
lurgical Engineer, Essex, Mass. 

Chow, Chushen, X, 'n. Shanghai, China. 

Christensen, Arthur O(laf), III, '08. Box 232, Groton, Mass. 

Christensen, W(ilUa)m O., n, 1896-97. Telephone Engineer, American 
Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., Room 1406, New York, 
N.Y. 

Christian, Arthur, 1890-91. 

Christiansen, E(ugene) O(laf), I, '10. Junior Engineer, Water Resources 
Branch, U.S. Geological Survey, 505 Custom House, San Francisco, 
Cal. 

Christie, John A(nderson) V, '09. With American Rubber Co., East 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Christy, Earl G(eorge), xni, 1902-05. Pilot on the Great Lakes, 2820 
CoUingwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio. 

Chubb, C(hester) N(iles), I, '01. Manager, North Indiana Gas & Electric 
Co., Michigan City, Ind. 

Chuchian, Avedis M(elkon), I, 1902-07. 

Chuchian, Sahak M(elkon), B.s., VI, 1904-06. Telephone Engineer, Western 
Electric Co., 5016 23d Place, Morton Park, 111. 

Church, A(lbert) K(ingsley), V, '92. Consulting Chemical Engineer, 
Hampton, N.H. 

Church, Albert T., m, 1898-03. 

Church, Christopher Almy, I, '75. Cotton Classer, Vicksburg, Miss. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 83 

Church, E(dwin) F(ayette), Jr., XIII, '01, II, S.M., '09. Professor of Machine 

Design and Construction, West Virginia University, Morgantown, 

W.Va. 
Church, Elliott S(outhworth), II, 1904-05- 100 Valentine St., W. Newton, 

Mass. 
Church, Harold D (ouglas) , 1902-03 . 
Church, John H. C, IV, 1888-91. Manufacturer of Cotton Goods and Yarn, 

Housatonic, Mass. 
Church, Lenoir C, IX, 1896-97. 

Church, Ruth Ella, 1891-92, 1896 98. See Lander, Mrs. 
Church, W(illiam) L(ester), VI, '86. In Private Business, 1654 Massa- 

chuestts Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 
Chtirchill, Charles E., 1872-73. Broker, Milton, Mass. 
Churchill, Charles O., II, 1886-89. President of Westfield Foundry and 

Valve Co., Westfield, Mass. 
Chixrchill, David C(arroll), II, '99. Marathi Mission, Ahmednagar, India. 
Churchill, Durand, VI, '98. Consulting Engineer, Durand Steel Locker Co., 

of Luxor Lodge, Point Loma, Cal. 
Churchill, Fred R(a3Tnond), II, 1907-08. Student at Harvard University, 

240 Franklin St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Churchill, Harold Witter, VI, 1907-08. 309 W. Ninth St., Erie, Pa. 
Churchill, Lucretia M. See Hallowell, Lucretia M. 
Churchill, Percival M., I, 1891-95. Civil Engineer, Elmwood, Mass. 
Churchill, Wesley B., 1893-94. Deceased. 

Churchill, William W., Jr., 1877-78. 401 Fenway Studios, Boston, Mass. 
Churchman, Albert L., II, 1896-99. Dry Goods, with A. G. Pollard Co., 

Lowell, Mass. 
Chute, W(illiam) Y., IX, 1889-90. Real Estate Dealer, 438 McKnight 

Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Cilley, Frank Harvey, I, '89. Died October 5, 1905. 
Cilley, Jay Wesley, VI, 1906-10. With Edison Electric Illuminating Co., 39 

Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Claflin, Adelbert E., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Claflin, Alan A(very), V, '94. President, Avery Chemical Co., 88 Broad 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Claflin, Fred Winslow, I, '01. Resident Engineer, with the Water Works 

and Dams, Cambria Steel Co., R.F.D. No i, Hollsopple, Pa. 
Claflin, Geo(rge) E(dwin), VI, '88. Engineer, United Electric Securities 

Co., 47 Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 
Claflin, William Bement, IV, '95. Architect, 160 Fifth Ave., New York, 

N.Y. 
Clapp, Arthur C(hanning), II, 1898-01. Civil Engineer, Engineering Con- 
struction, Borough Hall, New Brighton, S.I., N.Y. 
Clapp, Chalmers S(tevens), iv, '08. Architectural Draughtsman, with 

J. A. Schweinfurth, Architect, Boston, Mass. 
Clapp, Charles H(orace), ill, '05, Ph.D., '10. Geologist, with Geological Sur- 
vey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. 



84 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Clapp, Clifford B., A B., I, 1898-99. In charge of Catalogue Department, 

Dartmouth College Library, Hanover, N.H. 
Clapp, Dudley, V, '10. Assistant Superintendent, Spreckels Sugar Refining 

Co., Foot of Reed St., Philadephia, Pa. 
Clapp, Edwin S. 918 Equitable Bldg., Denver, Colo. 
Clapp, Eugene H(oward), X, 1891-94. Treasurer, E. H. Clapp Rubber Co., 

49 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 
Clapp, F(rederick) G(ardner), XII, '01. Chief Geologist, Bureau of Assoc- 
iated Geological Engineers, 331 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Clapp, Frederick Otis, A.M., I, '99. City Engineer's Ofifice, City Hall, 

Providence, R.I. 
Clapp, Frederick W., 1894-95- With the Northwestern Leather Co., 14 

South St., Boston, Mass. 
Clapp, George A(llen), I, 1904-05- President, E. H. Clapp Rubber Co., 

49 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 
Clapp, G(eorge) Huntington, I, 1899-02. U.S. Engineer Ofifice, Wheeling, 

Va. 
Clapp, Gustavus, IX, 1891-94. Private Secretary, Framingham, Mass. 
Clapp, Harry L(incoln), LL.M., X, '93. Of Pierce, Fisher & Clapp, Patent 

and Trade Mark Lawyers, 1431 Marquette Building, Chicago, 111. 
Clapp, Harvey R., 1896-97. Port Deposit, Md. 
Clapp, Homer C, 188&-89. Died November i, 1889. 

Clapp, James Ford, IV, 1897-99. Architect, 20 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Clapp, John C, Jr., rv, 1890-94. 3 Park St., Boston, Mass. 
Clapp, Lucy Jenkins, vn, 1902-06. See Read, Mrs. 
Clapp, Mabel Delano, 1894 97. See Lord, Mrs. Frederick T. 
Clapp, Prescott J(ones), II, '95- Assistant Engineer, Board of Water 

Supply, City of New York, Brown Station, N.Y. 
Clapp, Sidney K(ingman), I, '95- Assistant Engineer, Board of Water 

Supply, City of New York, Brown Station, N.Y. 
Clapp, Wilfred A(therton), I, '93. Civil Engineer and Superintendent of 

Construction, Quartermaster's Department, U.S.A., Ft. McDowell, 

Cal. 
Clapper, Leland, B.C.E., I, '09. Assistant Engineer, Duluth & Iron Range 

Railway, Two Harbors, Minn. 
Clare, Charles H(enry), 1901-02. 
Clare, Eleanora R(ose), Vll, 1895-96. 
Clark, Arthur De"W(itt), II, 1902-04. Kinney Manufacturing Co., 30 Church 

St., New York, N.Y. 
Clark, Arthur Henry, VI, '95. Died June 21, 1899. 
Clark, Arthur N., 1877-78. 
Clark, Augustus, 1867-69. Died July 17, 1872. 
Clark, Benjamin F. Jr., II, 1897-99- With Sales Department, Edgar Allen 

American Manganese Steel Co., 418 McCormick Building, Chicago, 

111. 
Clark, Burton S(tedman), IV, 1897-01. Architect, 75 Pratt St., Hartford, 

Conn. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 85 

Clark, Carl H(erbert), XIII, '95. Mechanical Engineer and Insurance 

Surveyor, 88 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 
Clark, Charles Bevan, I, '97. Of C. B. Clark & Co., Engineers and Con- 
tractors, 10 East Lexington St., Baltimore, Md. 
Clark, Charles Cameron, IV, 1908-11. 141 Sargent St., Holyoke, Mass. 
Clark, C(harles) H., II, 1887-91- President, Textile Manufacturer's Journal, 

184 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 
Clark, Clara M(ay), 1890-91. Librarian, 541 Lexington Ave., New York, 

N.Y. 
Clark, Clarence W(arner), X, '08. Superintendent, Bowker Insecticide 

Co., 43 Chatham St., Boston, Mass. 
Clark, Dana W(right), II, '08. With the Engineering Department, Sullivan 

Machinery Co., Claremont, N.H. 
Clark, Dwight, II, 1893-94. Investment Bonds, (Municipal, Railroad and 

Public Utility), Olivet Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Clark, Edward A., vi, 1886-88. 

Clark, Edward C, I, IV, 1887-88, 1889-90. 417 4th St., Washington, D.C. 
Clark, Edward K., Il, '70. Died September 10, 1878. 
Clark, Eldon S(aunders), I, '10. Assistant in office of Barrows & Breed, 

6 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Clark, Farley G., 1889-90. Superintendent, Westinghouse Electrical and 

Manufacturing Co., East Pittsburg, Pa. 
Clark, Frank D., VI, 1893-94. With E. R. Thomas Motor Co., Buffalo, 

N.Y. 
Clark, Frederick William, lll, '80. Retired. Insurance Exchange Building, 

Chicago, 111. 
Clark, George A., 1867-70. 
Clark, Geo(rge) A(dams), I, 1897-01. Civil Engineer, Box 291, Lawton, 

Okla. 
Clark, G(eorge) H(oward), VI, '03. Sub- Inspector, Wireless Telegraph 

Stations, U.S. Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 
Clark, George L., 1866-68. 
Clark, Gertrude R(osalin), vil, 1895-96. 

Clark, Grace M(ay), 1877-81. Teacher, 69 St. James St., Roxbury, Mass, 
Clark, Guide R(oscoe), ill, 1903-05. Oregon City, Ore. 
Clark, Harry W., V, 1885-87. Chief Chemist, Massachusetts State Board 

of Health, and Chemist-in-charge, Lawrence Experiment Station, 

502 State House, Boston, Mass. 
Clark, H(enry) Archer, II, '97. Of the H. C. Clark & Sons Machine Co., 

Lee, Mass. 
Clark, Henry H(unt), IV, 1894-95. 87 Congdon St., Providence, R.I. 
Clark, Henry P., 1870-71. Architect, Clark & Russell, Architects, no Tre- 

mont St., Boston Mass. 
Clark, H(orace) L(ittle), I, 1905-09. Civil Engineer, Antofagasta (Chili) 

and Bolivia Railway, care of Chief Engineer, Antofagasta, Chili. 
Clark, J(ames), Jr., VI, '90. President, James Clark, Jr., Electric Co., 

520 West Main St., Louisville, Ky. 



86 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Clark, James Kenneth, n. '99. Sales Manager, Titusville Iron Co., Build- 
ers of Steam Boilers, 90 West St., New York, N.Y. 

Clark, James W., Jr., 1867-68. 

Clark, Jesse R(edman), n, 1902-04. Western Representative, Forbes 
Lithograph Co., of Boston Mass., 653 Railway Exchange Building, 
Chicago, 111. 

Clark, Jonas, Jr., 1869-71. 

Clark, Joseph E., 1887-88. 

Clark, L(awrence) A(ddison), n, '08. Secretary, Archer Iron Works, 
Western Ave., and 34th Place, Chicago, 111. 

Clark, M(ilton) S(tanley), ni, '09. 329 East 4th St., Jamestown. N.Y. 

Clark, M(yron) H(enry), V, '03. Assistant Superintendent, Boston Rubber 
Co., Maiden, Mass. 

Clark, Otis R., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. Mechanical Engineer, Elec- 
trical Equipment of Machine Tools and Special Tool Design, General 
Electric Co., Engineering Dept., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Clark, Oberlin S(htirtleff), II, 'n. Draughtsman, with Henry R. Worthing- 
ton, Harrison, N.J. 

Clark, Reuben B., xm, 1897-99. Keystone Motor Car Co., 216 No. Broad 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Clark, Robert Keep, B.A., n, '05. Assistant Manager, George M. Clark 
& Co. Division, American Stove Company, Chicago, 111. 

Clark, Robert S(idney), xin, '06. 

Clark, Mrs. 8. P. (Rice, Carrie L.), V, '82. 137 W. Pico St., Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

Clark, Schuyler S(tevens), vni, '95. President, Chamberlain Metal 
Weather Strip Co., 409 Palace Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Clark, Walter, 1866-69. Artist, Bronxville, N.Y. 

Clark, William A(rmstrong), IX, 1901-02. 

Clark, William Dennison, VI, 1907-08. Pasadena Apartments, Detroit, Mich. 

Clark, William L., ll, 1890-92. 

Clark, William M., vni, 1901-02. 

Clarke, C(harles) A(therton), 1873-74. Merchant and Manufacturer, 156 
Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Clarke, Edward Button, VI, '94. Died July 30, 1898. 

Clarke, Eliot C, 1867-68. 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Clarke, Fred Hamilton, I, '94. With Henry F. Brj^ant, Civil Engineer, 
334 \\'ashington St., Brookline, Mass. 

Clarke, Herman, 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Clarke, John C, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1890-91. 

Clarke, John D., 1887-88. 

Clarke, Lewis C(utler), Jr., IV, '04, IV, S.M., '05. 264 Green St., Cambridge, 

Mass. 
Clarke, Prescott O., rv, 1890-92. Of Clarke, Howe & Homer, 72 Weybos- 

set St., Providence, R.I. 
Clarke, R(alph) S(cudder), VI, '06. Engineering Department, Lamson 

Consolidated Store Service Co., 161 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 87 

Clarke, Robert C(ampbell), VI, IX, 1893-95- Real Estate, 625 Peach Tree 
St., Atlanta, Ga. 

Clarke, Susan Ljmian, 1902-03. 

Clarke, Thomas C, 1892-93. Supervising Engineer for Deutsche Bank of 
Berlin, Germany. 

Clarke, W(alter) A(yer), XIII, '05. Computer, Marine Department, Mary- 
land Steel Co., Sparrows Point, Md. 

Clarke, WCilliam) C, Jr., B.S., I, IX, 1898-00. General Manager, Narra- 
gansett Pier Electric Light and Power Co., and Wickford Light & 
Water Co., Division Superintendent Rhode Island Co., Wakefield, 
R.L 

Clarke, W(illiam) D(exter),B.A., I, '05. Of Hegardt & Clarke, Civil Engi- 
neers, Board of Trade Building, Portland, Ore. 

Clary, Joseph W(ard), XIII, '96. With Scientific and Computing Branch, 
Bureau of Construction and Repair, U.S. Navy Department, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

Clary, Robert H(odgeii), III, '00. 

Clatur, Geo(rge) A(lbert), I, VI, 1905-07. Civil Engineer, City of Pawtucket, 
Office of City Engineer, Masonic Building, Pawtucket, R.L 

Clausen, R(udolph) J(ulius), IV, '00. Of Clausen & Clausen, Architects, 
Central Building, Davenport, Iowa. 

Claussen, Francis F., 1873-76. 

Clavell, Antonio Cepero, V, 1907-10. Box 13. Ponce, Porto Rico. 

Clay, George F(rancis), XIII, 1902-03. Died July 21, 1904. 

Clayton, Burkett S(ale), XI, 1907-08. Civil Engineer, Y.M.C.A. Building, 
Denver, Colo. 

Cleaveland, Walter Avery, II, 1894-97. Interior Decorator, Sign of the Ham- 
mer, 532 Bloomfield St., Montclair, N.J. 

Cleaves, Daniel L., V, 1899-00. Herculaneum, Mo. 

Cleaves, E(zra) E(ames), IV, 1894-96. Physician, 38 Main St., Rockport, 
Me. 

Clemence, George H., 1887-88. Architect, 405 Main St., Worcester, Mass. 

Clemens, E(mest) A(llen), 1880-81. Land owner, Magdelena, New Mexico. 

Clement, Arthur Austin, X, '94. Secretary-Treasurer, American Wire 
Fence Co., 206 LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. 

Clement, Erskine, 1873-74- Of Clement, Parker & Co., Stock Brokers, 70 
State St., Boston, Mass. 

Clement, Henry W(ood), 1887-89. Coal Dealer, Rutland, Vt. 

Clement, Hope, 1892-97. Deceased. 

Clement, H(ugh) B(arrett), Ph.B., IV, '91; Architect, 45 State St., Detroit, 
Mich. 

Clement, Russell M., 1885-88. Oakland, Cal. 

Clements, Chauncey H., 1900-01. 

Clements, Stiles O(liver), IV, 1907-08. 418 Security Building, Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

Clerque, B(ertrand) J., II, 1891-94. Consulting Engineer, 90 West St., 
Room 711, New York, N.Y. 



88 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Cleveland, Elijah B., 1888-91. 

Cleveland, Ernest E., VI, 1896-00. State Inspector of Public Buildings, 

Hampshire and Hampden Counties, 21 Besse Place, Springfield, Mass. 
Cleveland, H(arry) "Ward, II, 1907-08. Engineering, Giddings & Lewis 

Manufacturing Co., Fond du Lac, Wis. 
Cleveland, Henry R., 1865-66. Deceased. 
Cleveland, Ralph D., 1869-70. 
Cleverdon, Herbert S(quires), IV, '10. Structural Steel Designer with 

Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge, Architects, 122 Ames Building, Boston, 

Mass. 
Clifford, E(mest) L(owell), II, '04. With Sargent and Lundy, Mechanical 

and Electrical Engineers, 1720 Railway Exchange, Chicago, 111. 
Clifford, H(arry) E(llsworth), VI, '86. Gordon McKay Professor of Elec- 
trical Engineering, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 
Clifford, Paul, M.E., II, '98. Of A. H. Clifford & Son, Wool Brokers, 184 

Summer St., Boston, Mass. 
Clifford, Walter B(aker), II, '06. With the T. R. Almond Manufacturing 

Co., Ashburnham, Mass. 
Clifford, W(alter) W(oodbridge), I, '09. Hydraulic Engineer, 60 Oak St., 

Hyde Park, Mass. 
Clifford, WilUam H., Jr., V, IX, X, 1892-96. Stock Farmer, Oatlands, 

Londown County, Va. 
Cline, Max, V, '05. Chemist, with the International Paper Company, 

Glens Falls, N.Y. 
Clingennan, B(yron) H(orace), A.B., VI. '04. General Superintendent, 

Mobile Electric Co., Mobile, Ala. 
Clogher, Arthvir W., ix, 1889-93- 

Cloudman, F, H., 1879-80. 792 Main St., Westbrook, Me. 
Cloudman, Herbert Cordwell, II, '09. 792 Main St., Westbrook, Me. 
Cloudman, Percy L., 1888-89. Died August 20, 1889. 
Clough, Albert L(ucien), VI, '91. Consulting Electrical Engineer, 303 

Kennard Building, Manchester, N.H. 
Clough, Harrison L(inwood), B.S., V, '10. Chemist with W. H. McElwain 

Co., Merrimack, N.H. 
Clough, James A., 1875-76. 
Clough, Leslie, II, '05. With the Bradlee & Chatman Co., Heating and 

Ventilating Engineers, 85 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 
Clough, Walter H., 1900-01. Banker and Broker, Hornbiower & Weeks, 60 

Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Clough, William B., I, 1892-93. 
Clow, Percival, IV, '00. Engineer for Green & Wicks, no Franklin St., 

Buffalo, N.Y. 
Cluett, Albert E(dmund), A.B., VI, '06. Mechanical Engineer, Cluett, 

Peabody & Co., P.O. Box 666, Troy, N.Y. 
Cluff, C(larence) B(rooks), V, '99. Chemist, with the American Cotton 

Oil Co., Chicago, 111. 
Clymer, William B. S., 1877-78. 1617 H St., Washington, D.C. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 89 

Coats, Albert B(lake), 1901-02. 829 East 19th St., Oakland, Cal. 

Cobb, Andrew R(andall), IV, '03, IV, S.M., 04. Of Dumaresq & Cobb, Archi- 
tects, 3 St. Paul Bldg., Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

Cobb, Frank L(ewis), VI, 1906-11. Engineering Department, New England 
Telephone & Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Cobb, Freeman Adams, II, 1900-03. 65 N. Main St., Natick, Mass. 

Cobb, Harry J., 1866-67. 

Cobb, Henry I., 1875-76, 1880-81. 42 Broadway, N.Y. 

Cobb, Herbert Franklin, II, '98. Died December 2, 1908. 

Cobb, H(erbert) L(uther), VI, '98. With the Western Electric Co., 807 
Austin Boulevard, Oak Park, 111. 

Cobb, James W., 1900-01. 

Cobb, John C, Jr., II, 1900-01. General Contractor, Freeborn Engineering 
and Construction Co., 1308 Rialto Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 

Cobb, Louis R(eno), I, '86. With Engineering Dept., Concrete Engineer- 
ing Co., 141 Milk St., Rm. 1104, Boston, Mass. 

Cobb, Morton E(ddy), II, 1883-87. 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Cobb, Nowell H(endrix), 1901-02. 

Cobb, Sylvanus H(ale), VI, '88. Solicitor of Patents, 118 Summit St., 
Hyde Park, Mass. 

Cobum, Arthur B., 1873-76. 

Cobum, Arthur S(tone), ill, '95. Inspector, Boston & Albany Railroad, 
15 Huntington St., Lowell, Mass. 

Cobum, C(harles) B(ertrand), S.B., XIII, 1899-01. Insurance Engineer, 
71 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 

Cobum, D(aniel) L., V, 1881-84. Chemist, U.S. Appraisers' Office, 177 
State St., Boston, Mass. 

Cobum, F(rederic) G(allup), (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '08. Assistant Naval 
Constructor, U.S.N., Philadelphia Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cobum, F(rederick) Ward, X, '01. Assistant Superintendent, Toledo 
Furnace Co., Toledo, Ohio. 

Cobum, F(rederic) W(illiam), V, 1892-93. Merchant, C. B. Coburn Co., 63 
Market St., Lowell, Mass. 

Cobum, George A., '81, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1881-82. 

Cobum, Howard L(incoln), II, '98. Chief Engineer and Secretary, Am- 
bursen Hydraulic Construction Co., 88 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Cobum, Lawrence G(ardiner), VI, '02. 76 Summer St., Maiden, Mass. 

Cobum, Walter S., ill, 1894-98. Cotton and Cotton Waste Dealer, Walter 
Coburn Co., Lowell, Mass. 

Cochran, Charles H., 1873-74- 

Cochran, Frederic B., IV, 1878-80. Broker, 71 Broadway, N.Y. 

Cochran, Helen, 1877-81. 

Cochran, Heywood, II, '85. 1013 Manhattan Building, Chicago, 111. 

Cochrane, C(lifford) N(elson), II, '08. Inspector, Associated Factory 
Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Cockrell, C(larence) M(arion), VI, 1903-04. Of C. M. Cockrell Co., Elec- 
trical Fixtures, 1805 Main St., Dallas, Texas. 



90 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

CockrUl, Emmet, B.M.E., M.E., II, 1900-03- With Manufacturing Depart- 
ment, J. H. Williams & Co., 150 Hamilton Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Codd, Eliza, IV, '04. Architect, Nantucket, Mass. 

Codd, William F., 1871-72. Treasurer and Superintendent, Wannacomet 
Water Co., Nantucket, Mass. 

Codding, Walter M., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Coddington, H(arry) P(timphrey), VI, 1891-95. With Forbes Lithograph 
Manufacturing Co., Harrison Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Codman, Charles F., 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts. New England Agent, 
Bramhall, Deane Co., 261-265 W. 36th St., New York. Office, 170. 
Summer St., Boston, Mass. 

Codman, Henry S., II, 1880-84. Died January 13, 1893. 

Codman, J(ohn) S(ttirgis), A.B., VI, '93. Consulting Engineer, 895 Boylston 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Codman, Ogden, rv, 1883-84. 340 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Codman, Stephen R. H., rv. 1890-91. Architect, Codman & Despradelle, 
31 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Codman, Thomas N., 1886-89. 

Cody, Lewis Philip, VI, '92. President and Manager, Grand Rapids Elec- 
tric Co., 9 South Division St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Coe, Maxwell A(lanson), n, xni, 1903-06. Manufacturer, Raxton Pond, 
Quebec, Quebec. 

Coes, H(arold) V(inton) (Otis), II, '06. Manager Chicago Office, Lock- 
wood, Greene & Co., Boston, Mass., Architects and Engineers for In- 
dustrial Plants. First National Bank Building, Chicago, 111. 

Coey, Stewart C(lark), VI, '06. Assistant Electrical Engineer, Youngstown 
Sheet & Tube Co., Youngstown, Ohio. 

Coffin, Charles W., 1877-78. Died November 11, 1903. 

Coffin, Charles Wolston, I, II, 1903-07. 80 Clinton Ave., Jamaica, L.I., 
New York. 

Coffin, Edward L., 1, 1884-85. Civil Engineer, 3212 Clinton Ave., Minneap- 
olis, Minn. 

Coffin, E(dward) M(ay), X, '05. Insurance Engineer, with the New Eng- 
land Bureau of United Inspection, 71 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 

Coffin, Ellery F., 1884-85. 

Coffin, Frederick S(eymour), n, '79- Treasurer, High Top Mining Cor- 
poration, 433 Walnut St., Brookline, Mass. 

Coffin, Frederic W., 1868-69. 

Coffin, Horace P., 1882-84. Accountant, The Gosman Co., 637-639 W. 
German St., Baltimore, Md. 

Coffin, J(oseph) G(eorge), Ph.D., vn, '98. Assistant Professor of Physics, 
College of the City of New York, New York, N.Y. 

Coffin, Langdon, II, '08. With the Samson Cordage Works, 88 Broad St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Coffin, Marian C(ringer), IV, 1901-04. 119 E. 19th St., New York, N.Y. 

Coffin, William Balch, A.B., rv, '07. Architectural Draughtsman, with R. 
Clipston Sturgis, Architect, 120 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 91 

Coffin, Winthrop, V, i886-88. Of Perry, Coffin & Burr, Bankers, 60 State 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Coggin, Frederick G., n, 1889-92. Redridge, Houghton County, Mich. 
Cogswell, Charles N(orthend), IV, 1888-90. Architect, 1006 Old South 

Building, Boston, Mass. 
Cogswell, C(harles) P(erkins), Jr., I, '92. Representative of the Railroad 

Supply Co., Bedford Building, Chicago, 111.' 
Cogswell, Henry P., 1869-72. 64 Washington Sq., Salem, Mass. 
Cohen, A(brahain) S(aul) II, '08. With the General Sales Department, 

International Steam Pump Co., 115 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Cohen, Albert Benjamin. See Werby, Albert Benjamin. 
Cohen, Samson K(almon), I, '10. With the New England Structural Co., 

East Everett, Mass. 
Cohn, Allan F(rederick), Ph.B., XIII, 1903-04. The Belnord, New York, 

N.Y. 
Coit, Robert, A.B., IV, 1884-85. Architect, 85 Water St., Boston, Mass. 
Coit, Wilbur A., 1899-00. 

Colbath, Laura A., VII, XII, 1900-01. Died January 3, 1912. 
Colbum, George C, 1892-93. 
Colbum, G(eorge) H(arold), 1908-09. Director of Mechanic Arts, Town of 

Concord, Mass., Stow St., Concord, Mass. 
Colbum, Ralph D., 1887-88. Electrician, Railroad & General Construction, 

Holliston, Mass. 
Colbum, Walter W., 1865-67. Deceased. 
Colby, Frank A(mold), rv, 'oi. With Carrere & Hastings, Architects, 225 

Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Colby, John Mason, II, '92. Inspector, Underwriters' Bureau of New 

England, 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Colby, R(ussell) H(awes), V, '88. President, Aurora Metal Co., Aurora, 

111. 
Colcord, F(rank) F(orest), III, '98. Assistant to General Manager, United 

States Metals Refining Co., 42 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Colcord, J. M(arshall), 1876-77. Pharmacist, Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 
Cole, Charles S., II, XIII, 1900-03. Mechanical Engineer, 1023 Penobscot 

Building, Detroit, Mich. 
Cole, E(dward) G(uy), II, 1901-02. Superintendent, R. D. Cole, Manu- 
facturing Co., Newnan, Ga. 
Cole, E(mest) C(hapin), 1877-81. President, Cole Manufacturing Co., 

3218 Western Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Cole, F(red) A(llen), II, '91. Superintendent of Construction and Power, 

Eastman Kodak Co., Kodak Park, Rochester, N.Y. 
Cole, Fred Baker, II, '88. Assistant Engineer, with Charles T. Main, Mill 

Architect & Engineer, 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Cole, Frederick A(rthur), I, '08. Engineer with Moore & Co., Contracting 

Engineers, 12 Pemberton Sq., Boston, Mass. 
Cole, Harrison I(rving), II, '91. Manager, Bay State Fishing Co., 20 T 

Wharf, Boston. Mass. 



92 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Cole, Herbert A(sa), Jr., II, 1904-05. Field Engineer, New England Tele- 
phone & Telegraph Co., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Cole, James T., II, 1899-00. Superintendent Cambridge Industries of Mas- 
sachusetts Commission for the Blind, 686 Massachusetts Ave., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

Cole, John C, 1887-88. Newton, Mass. 

Cole, J(ohn) Foster, VI, 1906-11. Plant Engineering Department, New 
England Telephone & Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Cole, Marcus Johnson, II, '09. With L. B. Dow, Consulting Engineer, 
176 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Cole, Otto B., 1885-86. 545 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Cole, Raymond T(hurber), B.S., II, 1910-11. Manual Training, Worcester 
Academy, Worcester, Mass. 

Cole, Rhoda E., 1876-78. Deceased. 

Cole, Sidney Lovett, II, '05. Manager, Ft. Madison Gas Light Co., Ft. 
Madison, Iowa. 

Cole, Walter H., 1884-85. 

Cole, Winthrop, ll, '87. Mechanical Engineer, Engineering Experiment 
Station, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. 

Colebrook, Maus W(inegar), v, 1909-10. Chemist for Rochester Candy 
Work, 407 State St., Rochester, N.Y. 

Coleman, Ezra A(bbott), VI, '97. 94 Gainsborough St., Boston, Mass. 

Coleman, George S(tephen), I, 1905-07. Instrumentman, in charge of High 
Pressure Fire Service, (Public Works Department) City of Boston, 
Boston, Mass. 

Coleman, Nathan L(mdell), IV, 1904-05, 1906-08. Building Materials (Man- 
ufacturers Agent), Union League Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Coles, Stephen L., vi, 1888-91. 

Coles, Walter S., 1890-91. 

Coley, John L(onson), II, '96. Foreman, Corbin Motor Vehicle Corpora- 
tion, 51 North Fairview St., New Britain, Conn. 

Colgan, Charles J., 1873-75. Deceased. 

Colgan, Edward Joseph, Jr., 1905-06. 

Colgan, James A(rthur) H(erbert), VI, '03. With the Western Electric Co., 
463 West St., New York, N.Y. 

Collett, Ove, ill, 1910-11. Arendal Fossekompani, Arendal, Norway. 

Collier, A(rthur) L(uke), II, '02. Chief Inspector, United Shoe Machinery 
Co., Beverly, Mass. 

Collier, E(dmund) P(omeroy), 1874-75. Wool Merchant, 274 Summer St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Collier, Ethan A(lexis), B.S., I, 1910-11. Court House, Eugene, Ore. P.O. 
Box 202, Eugene, Ore. 

Collier, William R(awson), VI, '00. Contract Agent, Georgia Railway & 
Electric Co., Atlanta, Ga. 

CoUingham, Howard, VI, 1906-09. 65 Beverly St., Boston, Mass. 

Collins, Benjamin G., II, '81. Surveyor, Edgartown, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 93 

Collins, B(ertrand) R(obson) T(orsey), II, '88. Consulting Mechanical 

Engineer, and Power Plant Economist, 19 Congress St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Collins, David, 1901-02. 340 Greenwood Ave., Richmond Hill, N.Y. 
Collins, Edward, A.M., LL.B., VI, '88. Examiner, U.S. Patent Office, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 
Collins, H(oward) B(rowning), III, 1895-97- General Manager, The Anona 

Mining and Milling Co., P.O. Drawer 931, Leadville, Colo. 
Collins, John A(rthur), Jr., X, '97, X, S.M., '98. Superintendent, Mechanical 

Department, Arlington Mills, Lawrence, Mass. 
Collins, Joseph L., 1881 82, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Collins, LeSeur T(hornton), X, 1904-05. 17 Pine St., Hyde Park, Mass. 
Collins, Patrick H(enry), VI, 1902-03. 37 Lake View St., Whitman, Mass. 
Collins, R(euben) B(elknap), I, '91. Assistant Engineer, Pennsylvania 

Railroad Co., 21 Elam Place, Buffalo, N.Y. 
Collins, Richard C(arter), II, '08. Manager, Machinery Department 

W. H. McElwain Co., 348 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Collins, R(ichard) V(incent), I, '05. Assistant Engineer, Highway Depart- 
ment, State of New York, Griffin Building, Syracuse, N.Y. 
Collins, William Henry, V, '90. Assistant Resident Manager, Norwich 

Branch, United States Finishing Co., 63 McKinley Ave., Norwich, 

Conn. 
CoUord, William, 1897-98. 

Colman, Frederick W., 1890-91. Died March 6, 1908. 
Colman, Henry, 1868-69. Deceased. 

Colman, Jeremiah, Jr., X, 1887-89. 144 Pleasant St., Arlington, Mass. 
Colman, Willard H(enry), II, '96. Medical Student, 1319 State St., La 

Crosse, Wis. 
Colson, Chester S(immons), I, '08. Hydraulic Engineer, International 

Paper Co., Glens Falls, N.Y. 
Colson, Henry Clifford, IX, '10. Bacteriological-Chemist, with the Boston 

Bio-Chemical Laboratory, 739 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Colt, Samuel P., 1870-73. U.S. Rubber Company, Bristol, R.I. 
Colton, Litchfield, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1891-92. 
Colvin, Percy J(ohnson), iv, 1904-06. Clerk in Foundry Office, 52 Jackson 

St., Worcester, Mass. 
Coman, Katharine E., 1891-92. Professor of Economics, Wellesley College, 

Wellesley, Mass. 
Comer, Ernest A(lbert), II, XI, 1899-03. Manufacturing Stationer, Dix & 

Comer, 161 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Comey, Charles H(enry), II, 1896-98. With American Publicity Co., 68 

High St., W^orcester, Mass. 
Comins, A(lbert) K(nowlton), V, 1907-09. Sales Manager, F. E. Atteaux 

& Co., of 111., 53 West Kinzie St., Chicago, 111. 
Comins, W(aldo) H(unter), III, '02. Superintendent, St. Louis Smelting 

and Refining Co., St. Francois, Mo. 
Compton, George K., IV, 1893-96. 41 North Perry St., Dayton, Ohio. 



94 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Comstock, D(aniel) F(rost), Ph.D., VIII, '04. Assistant Professor of Theo- 
retical Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Comstock, M(arshall) E(rnest), VI, 'n. Telephony, with Western Electric 
Co. Address, 75 Wyman St., West Medford, Mass. 

Conant, A. Bancker, 1892-93 . 

Conant, Alfred D., I, 1892-93. 

Conant, Arthur Franklin, I, 1905-08. 727 Watchung Ave., Plainfield, N.J. 

Conant, Charles L., 11, 1890-92. Auburn, Me. 

Conant, E(lbridge) R., I, 1885-89. U.S. Assistant Engineer-in-charge, U.S. 
Engineer Office, Brunswick, Ga. 

Conant, Francis M(elvin), X, '96. 686 Washington St., Brookline, Mass. 

Conant, Franklin N(orton), VI, '00. Electrical Engineer with the Chase- 
Shawmut Co., Newburyport, Mass. 

Conant, Harold Sargent, vn, '00. Pastor, Church of the New Jerusalem, 
714 East 2ist St., Baltimore, Md. 

Conant, Henry J(ohn), II, '87. In Private Business, 22 Norman Road, 
Upper Montclair, N.J. 

Conant, John Bancroft, VI, '00. Of Conant Brothers Co., 21 Vine St., 
Somerville, Mass. 

Conant, Luther, Jr., IX, '95. Deputy Commissioner of Corporations, De- 
partment of Commerce and Labor, Washington, D.C. 

Conant, R(oger) W(inthrop), VI, '91. Electrical Engineer, 48 Nightingale 
St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Conant, Whitney, III, '68. Secretary and Treasurer, Jersey City Water 
Supply Co., 158 Ellison St., Paterson, N.J. 

Conant, William A(lbert), 1884-85. Manufacturer, iii Beach St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Conant, W(illiam) H(orace), VI, 1900-01. Vice-President and General 
Manager, Washington Motor Vehicle Co., 213 L St., S.W., Washington, 
D.C. 

Cone, Albert P., I, 1881-85. Chief Clerk to Chief Engineer, Chicago, 
Rock Island & Pacific Railway, 803 La Salle Station, Chicago, 111. 

Congdon, Carey, 1888-90. 

Congdon, Howard W(ilbur), A.M., I, '09. With Balcom & Darrow, Engi- 
neers, 70 East 45th St., New York, N.Y. 

Congdon, John E(lliott), II, '99. Master Mechanic, New York Belting & 
Packing Company, Limited, 37 Reid Avenue, Passaic, N.J. 

Conklin, H(erbert) King, IV, '99. Architect, 665 Broad St., Newark N.J. 

Connable, Ernest M., 1889-90. Died March, 1900. 

Connable, Frank L., 1889-90. 621 duPont Building, Wilmington, Del. 

Conner, Arthur J(ewett), V, '88. With Improved Paper Machinery Co., 
Nashua, N.H. 

Conner, George C(artnell,) VI, '10. With the National Electric Lamp 
Association, 441 1 Hough Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Conness, Thornton D., 1893-94. 

Connolly, Eugene Leo, V, '09. Instructor of Inorganic Chemistry, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 



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Connolly, Fred W(illiam), 1900-01. Druggist and Manufacturer, 1434 and 

1436 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 
Connolly, Walter Francis, I, 1907-08. Lowell Industrial School, Lowell, 

Mass. 
Connor, Addison, I, '71. Died January 4, 1891. 
Connor, Harry P., IV, 1897-98. 
Conover, Frank, C.E., I, 1872-75- Lawyer and Journalist, 358 West First 

St., Dayton, Ohio. 
Conover, Hugh Bedle, VI, 1903-04. Operating Department, Public Service 

Electric Co., 15th and Bloomfield Sts., Hoboken, N.J. 
Conover, John WCoodhuU), II, VI, 1904-06. Electrical Salesman, General 

Electric Co., Monadnock Block, Chicago, III. 
Conro, Emma 0., 1881-84. St. Catherine School, Washington Ave., Brook- 
lyn, N.Y. 
Conron, Raymond Francis, I, '07. Vice-President of the Thos. Conron 

Hardware Co., Danville, 111. 
Constantme, Arthur McGregor, ix, 1896-00. Care of Boston Herald, 171 

Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 
Converse, Charles H., vi, 1885-87. 

Converse, George S., Jr., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Conway, Charles J., Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1900-01. Draughtsman, 
Dennison Manufacturing Co., So. Framingham, Mass. 

Cook, A(lton), M(ace), I, '10. With Stone & Webster Engineering Corpo- 
ration, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Cook, Charles B., 1873-74. Died October 12, 1893. 

Cook, Charles Nourse, X, '93. Manager, Slatersville Finishing Co., Slaters- 
ville, R.I. 

Cook, Edward B., ill, 1897-99. Blast Furnace Manager, Warwick Iron & 
Steel Co., Pottstown, Pa. 

Cook, Frank R., l, ll, 1892-96. 30 Bagg St., Detroit, Mich. 

Cook, Hardy Merrill, VI, '10. With the Operating Department, Edison 
Electric Illuminating Co. of Brooklyn, 360 Pearl St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Cook, Harry H(all), II, '06. Engineer, with The Chapman Valve Manufac- 
turing Co., Indian Orchard, Mass. 

Cook, John Frederick, 1906-07. 27 Lamartine St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Cook, John S., 1887-88. 

Cook, Joseph C(ochran), VIII, 1893-96, 1897-98, 1899-00. Electro Chemist and 
Storage Battery Engineer, 391 1 North Park Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cook, Robert A(very), I, '03. Assistant Engineer, Chicago & Alton Rail- 
road, Joliet, 111. 

Cook, Walter F(reeman), IX, '90. President, T. D. Cook & Co., Incor- 
porated, 88 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Cook, W(alter) Lorrain, III, '03. Mining Engineer, Silver Cliff, Colo. 

Cooke, Charles P(rentice), VI, '95. Assistant Engineer, City Engineer's 
Office, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Cooke, Francis Gray, XIII, 'n. Draughtsman, Hull Division, U.S. Navy 
Yard, Philadelphia, Pa. 



96 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Cooke, F(rederick) H(osmer), I, 'oo. Civil Engineer, U.S.N., Bureau of 
Yards and Docks, U.S. Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 

Cooke, George R(ichardson), I, 1905-07. E. Springfield, N.Y. 

Cooke, John Williamson, Vl, '95. Engineer with Operating Department, 
Electric Storage Battery Co., 60 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Cooke, J(ohn) "W(uifield), VI, '95. 4402 Kingswell Ave., Los Angeles, 
Gal. 

Cookinham, E(dward) F(urbish), VI, 1905-07. Manager, Syracuse Branch, 
New Hartford Canning Co., Syracuse, N.Y. 

Cooley, Helen, V, '87. See Palmer, Mrs. John B. 

Cooley, M(aurice) W(urtz), I, 1883-86. General Manager, Uintah Railway, 
Mack, Colo. 

Coolidge, Charles A., IV, 1881-82. Of Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge, Archi- 
tects, 122 Ames Bldg., Boston, Mass. 

Coolidge, Edward B(liss), Jr., VI, 1898-99. 

Coolidge, F(rederic) S(hurtleflf), M.D., 1882-83. Surgeon, West St., Pitts- 
field, Mass. 

Coolidge, Herbert, i866-68. Of Gilmour & Coolidge, (Insurance Business), 
114 Water St., Boston, Mass. 

Coolidge, J. Randolph, Jr., A.B., a.m., IV, 1888-90. Architect, Coolidge & 
Carlson, 89 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Coolidge, Mary L., 1888-89. See Barton, Mrs. F. O. 

Coolidge, Prescott Hilton, I, '94. General Commercial Superintendent, 
The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co., Shreve Building, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Coolidge, Walter, 1867-68. 

Coolidge, W(illiam) D(avid), Ph.D., VI, '96. Assistant Director, Research 
Laboratory', General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Coolidge, Winthrop, III, '96. Vice-President and Treasurer, Chicago Copper 
& Chemical Co., 614 Western Union Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Coombs, Frank E(ugene), rv, '98. New England Manager, Atlantic 
Terra Cotta Co., 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Coombs, S(tephen) E., I, 1883-86. Assistant Engineer, New York Central 
& Hudson River Railroad, 70 East 45th St., New York, N.Y. 

Coonley, Avery, V, 1894-95. Box 412, Riverside, 111. 

Cooper, Claudius H(oward), III, 1899-03. no Front St., Hancock, Mich. 

Cooper, Edgar Bailey, II, '05. Engineer, with the A. J. Smith Construc- 
tion Co., 18 Campau Building, Detroit, Mich. 

Cooper, Leon H., 1888-89. 

Cooper, Mayes, ill, 1899-01. 

Cooper, Philip B., 1896-97. Annapolis, Md. 

Copeland, Benjamin F., 1881-82. Dedham, Mass. 

Copeland, Charles E., 1871-72- Died April 4, 1872. 

Copeland, Durward, ill, '03. Professor of Metallurgy, Missouri School of 
Mines and Metallurgy, Rolla, Mo. 

Copeland, Edward, 1871-72. Died November 4, 1879. 

Copeland, Ella F., 1878-79. See Allen, Mrs. Russell. 



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Copeland, Frederick K(ent), I, '76. President, Sullivan Machinery Co., 
Manufacturers of Mining Machinery, 122 South Michigan Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

Copeland, Henry F(illniore), I, '94. With L. Sonneborn Sons, Incorpo- 
rated, Pearl St., New York, N.Y. 

Copeland, William R., VII, 1892-93. Bacteriologist, Chemist and Sanitary 
Expert, Metropolitan Sewerage Commission, 17 Battery Place, New 
York, N.Y. 

Coplan, Michael A(bram), I, '10. Inspector, Civil Engineer's Office, U.S. 
Navy, Newport, R.I. 

Copp, George Irving, II, '99. Died April 6, 1902. 

Coppinger, Conor (Walter) (Blaine), 1907-08. 820 Eighteenth St., Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

Corbett, Cha(rle)s W., Jr., VI, IX, 1897-01. Secretary, A. D. Porter Co., 
Publishers of "The Housewife," 52 Duane St., New York, N.Y. 

Corcuera, Ignacia L., I, 1910-11. Corona 225, Guadalajara, Mexico. 

Coristine, Walter H., VI, 1892-94. 

Corliss, Cyrus, VI, 1896-00. Engineer-in-charge, Office of Chief Engineer, 
Motive Power and Rolling Stock, Boston Elevated Railway Co., 
lOi Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Cormier, Harry E(llsworth), 1887-88. 53 Main St., Charlestown, Mass. 

Cornell, James L., M.D., V, 1883-84. Physician, Centreville, M-d. 

Cornell, Lenora C(atherine), v, 1896-97. 

Cornell, S(amuel) H(oag), XIII, 'n. 67 West 83d St., New York, N.Y. 

Cornell, Worthington, VI, '98. With Stone & Webster Management Asso- 
ciation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Cornish, Mrs. Louis C. (Foote, Frances E.), 1904-05. Hingham, Mass. 

Corns, Archer C, II, 1883-85. Died April 5, 1892. 

Comwell, William E., VIII, 1896-97. North Madison St., Rome, N.Y. 

Correa, John B., 1873-76. 

Correll, Hugh, II, VI, 1905-06. 1401 North Market St., Canton, Ohio. 

Correll, James A,, B.S., VI, '07. Instructor in Electrical Engineering, 
University of Texas, Austin, Texas. 

Corse, William M(alcolm), V, '99. Works Manager, Lumen Bearing Co., 
1 155 Sycamore St., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Corser, Frederick G., 1877-78. 615 St. James Avenue, N., Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

Corser, George H., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Corson, William B., II, 1894-97. 

Corts, Frederick Lester, II, 1910-11. With F. H. Lovell & Co., Arlington, 
N.J. 

Cotter, Charles S(ylvester), XIII, 1904-05. St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica, B.W.I. 

Cotter, W(illia)m E(dward), IV, '98. With Simpson Brothers Corporation, 
Engineers and Contractors, 166 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Cotting, C(harles) Burton, X, 1896-97. With Stock Broker, 50 Congress 
St., Boston, Mass. 
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98 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Cottle, G(eorge) T(hurston), V, '98. With the New York Insulated Wire 
Co., P.O. Box 855, Wallingford, Conn. 

Cottle, Louise M., VII, 1899-00. Teacher, Stephen M. Weld School, Roslin- 
dale, Mass. 

Cotton, Harry W., 1891-93. 

Cotton, Joseph Leslie, 1874-75- President, Standard Leather Dressing 
Co., Trenton, N.J. 

Cotton, Leonard M., IX, 1893-97. With General Automobile Co., 53-55 
Stanhope St., Boston, Mass. 

Couch, John H., 1883 84. Deceased. 

Couch, Oscar R., 1800-91. 

Cougan, Ernest C, 1886-87. 

Coulson, Joseph, Jr., 1885-87. Deceased. 

Coupal, Arthur Eugene, II, 1907-08. 156 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Coupal, J(oseph) Sam(uel), m, '07- 821 East 4th St., South Boston, Mass. 

Coupe, Alfred L., Ill, 1900-02. 9 Highland St., Plymouth, Mass. 

Couper, William, I, '06. Office of Superintendent, Pennsylvania Station, 
Eighth Ave. and 32d St., New York, N.Y. 

Court, A(lva) B(reaker), (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '10. Assistant Naval Con- 
structor, U.S.N., Navy' Department, Washington, D.C. 

Courtis, S(tuart) A(ppleton), VI, 1894-95, 1896^7. Head of Department 
of Science and Mathematics, Detroit Home and Day School, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Courtney, Allan S(eyTnour), ll, '04. 

Courtney, Angelia M(artha), V, 1897-98, 1900-01. Chemist, with Carnegie 
Institution Nutritive Laboratory-, Boston, Mass. 

Courtney, Bernard F(reenian), V, 'n. Instructor, Chemistry Department, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technolog>', Boston, Mass. 

Cousins, Sterling G(reen), II, 1890-94. Orange Grower, Irrigation Engineer, 
Carcamongo, San Bernardino County, Cuba. 

Covell, Eddy C, V, 1891-92. 

Covill, Frederick W., II, 1907-11. With Cass & Daley Shoe Co., Salem, 
Mass. 

Cowdery, Edward G., 1873-74- Vice-President, Peoples' Gas Light and 
Coke Co., 122 South Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Cowdrey, Irving HCeiuy), II, '05. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technolog;^', Boston, Mass. 

Cowee, George Alvin, ill, 'n. Mining Engineer, Canada Iron Mines 
Limited, Trenton, Ontario. 

Cowell, David H(olbrook), VI, 1897-99. 1901-03. With Motive Power De- 
partment, New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 21 Monad- 
nock St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Cowen, Everett R(ussell), I, '07. Engineer, with the Rodgers Co., Con- 
sulting Engineers, 1360 Monadnock Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Cowing, George A., V, 1897-99. Chemist, with The Harkness & Cowing 
Co., Station P, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Cowles, John H., 1890-91- Died June 8, 1910. 



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Cowles, Luzerne S(inieon), I, '97. Assistant Designing Engineer, Ele- 
vated and Subway Construction, Boston Elevated Railway Co., loi 

Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Cowper, Howard M(ontgoinery), in, '05. Mining Engineer, 510 Franklin 

St., Buffalo, N.Y. 
Cox, Allen H(oward), IV, 1897-99. Architect, Putnam & Cox, 6 Hancock 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Cox, Charles B(arrows), I, '03. Vice-President and Manager, Mabton 

Valley Fruit Co., P.O. Box 127, Mabton, Wash. 
Cox, Erskine H(azard), A.B., B.S., II, 1903-04. Retired, 1219 Locust St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Cox, Frank G(ardner), II, '03. Local Manager, Otis Elevator Co., Dallas, 

Texas. 
Cox, Frederic E(dward), IV, '95- Architect, 45 Baldwin Building, Council 

Bluffs, Iowa. 
Cox, James (Alexander) Stewart, XI, 1907-10. With J. S. Cushing Co., 

Norwood, Mass. 
Coye, John S(tarr), B.S., V, '08. Analyst, 295 Shasta Ave., Oakland, Cal. 
Crabtree, Fred, v, '89. Professor of Metallurgy and Mining, Carnegie 

Technical Schools, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Crafts, "Walter N(athan), A.B., in, '95. President, Crucible Steel Forge 

Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Crafts, William,. ll, 1883-85. 

Craig, Charles R(obert), 1901-02. Concord, Mass. 
Craig, Henry S., 1871-73. Died March 7, 1883. 
Craig, William F., 1893-94. 
Craighill, Nathaniel R(utherford), II, '93. VI, '94. Care of Col. W. P. Craig- 

hill, U.S. Engineers' Office, Portland, Me. 
Craigie, G(eorge) W(illam), X, 1907-08. Assistant Superintendent in S. D. 

Warren & Co., Paper Manufactureres, Cumberland Mills, Me. 
Craigin, Henry Adams, II, '89. Died November 27, 1896. 
Cram, Arthur B(alch), IV, 1878-80. 

Cram, Frederick S (utherland) , I, 1904-06. Draughtsman, Berlin Construc- 
tion Co., Berlin, Conn. 
Cramer, Edwin C(laassen), IV, '96. Fernekes & Cramer, Architects, 

1302 Pabst Building, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Crane, Charles F(rancis), I, 1895-97. Died June 7, 1899. 
Crane, Charles S., IV, 1896-98. Sales Manager, Riverside Portland Cement 

Co., Title Insurance Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Crane, Earl B., ill, 1898-99. Irrigation Engineer, 519 Riverside Ave., 

Spokane, Wash. 
Crane, Edward A., IV, 1886-88. Of Rankin, Kellogg & Crane, Architects, 

1012 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Crane, Edwin R(ogers), Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1900-01. Died July 19, 

1910. 
Crane, Eva H., iv, '98. See Morrill, Mrs. P. B. 
Crane, Francis Henry, vi, '86. Died April 15, 1893. 



lOO MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Crane, Fred I., II, 1893-94. Died July 29, 1894. 

Crane, Frederick G., 1884-85. Dalton, Mass. 

Crane, George A(rthur), I, '07. Building Estimator, with the Thompson 

Starrett Co., 1515 Fisher Building, Chicago, 111. 
Crane, Harold G(illiland), VI, '05. Instructor in Electrical Engineering, 

Har\'-ard University, Cambridge, Mass. 
Crane, H(enry) M(iddlebrook), ll, '95, VI, '96. President, Crane Motor 

Car Co., 96 West 7th St., Bayonne, N.J. 
Crane, Jasper E(lliot), A. B., M.S., V, 1903-04. Chemist, Arlington Company, 

Arhngton, N.J. 
Crane, John G(ooding), I, '90. Engineer, with the Washington Fertilizer 

Co., Cherry Hill, Prince William County, Va. 
Crane, Joshua, A.B., VI, '92. Treasurer and Trustee, 50 Congress St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Crane, Rufus, A.B., I, 'n. Engineering, North Hanover, Mass. 
Crane, Russell G(ilbert), IV, '08. Architectural Draughtsman with Cass 

Gilbert, 1 1 East 24th St., New York, N.Y. 
Crane, S(tephen) D(ow), VI, '96. Division Plant Engineer, New York 

Telephone Co., 281 Washington St., Newark, N.J. 
Crane, Thompson B(axter), IV, 1893-94. Contractor and Builder, 403 

Washington St., Quincy, Mass. 
Cranston, Raymond E(arl), n, '06. Assistant Engineer with John R. Free- 
man, Consulting Engineer, Grosvenor Bldg., Providence, R.I. 
Crary, Horace A(llen), I, '94. Of Horton, Crary & Co., Warren, Pa. 
Crary, R(obert) Fulton, Jr., I, 1900-02. Clerk in Trust Company, New 

York, Teller Homestead, Matteawan, N.Y. 
Craven, G(eorge) "W(arren), VI, '98. With the Butte Electric & Power Co., 

P.O. Box 1310, Butte, Mont. 
Craven, "Walter S(idney), ill, '03. Manager Flathead Engineering and 

Contracting Co., Buffalo Block, Kalispell, Mont. 
Craver, Frank S(teele), III, 1903-04. Banker and Broker, 11 06 Waldheim 

Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 
Crawford, Andrew WCright), I, 1893-94. 701-4 Stephen Girard Bldg., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Crawford, Caroline, XI, 1899-00. Assistant Professor and Dean of Women, 

Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt. 
Crawford, Chauncey Howard, B.S., I, '09. Civil Engineer with the Missouri 

Pacific Railway Co., 220 Trust Bldg., Little Rock, Ark. 
Crawford, James J(oseph), 1902-03. i Haverhill St., Lawrence, Mass. 
Creden, Thomas H., VI, 1888-92. With H. M. Byllesby & Co., New York 

Life Bldg., Chicago, 111. 
Creden, WilUam L., ll, 1886-90. 106 Harrishof St., Roxbury, Mass. 
Creecy, Charles Eaton, I, ill, 1906-10. 

Crehore, Lucy C(larendon), 1894-98. 209 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Creighton, Irving Clement, II, 1907-09, 1910-11. 40 Hamilton Ave., Lynn, 

Ma=s. 
Creidenberg, Julius, v, vil, 190 3-05. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER ■ lOI 

Creveling, Joe Delano, ll, 1905-08. Mt. Vernon, Ohio. 

Criswell, Chesney H(arrison), A.B., X, '08. With the Great Western Sugar 
Co., P.O. Box 253, Greeley, Colo. 

Critchett, Eunice A., Ph.B., 1896-97. Teacher, Brighton High School, 
Boston, Mass. 

Critchett, J(ames) H(aniilton), xrv, '09. With the Buchanan Electric 
Steel Co., Buchanan, Mich. 

Critchlow, Paul N(isbet), B.S., I, '06. Patent Solicitor, Christy & Christy, 
P.O. Box 950, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Critchton, H(irani) N(eil), ill, '10. Miner, 114 W. 6th St., Leadville, Colo. 

Crittenden, Philip L(ee), VI, 1887-90, 1897-00. 129 Gordon St., Edgewood 
Park, Pa. 

Crittenden, Samuel H., Ill, 1896-97. 

Crocker, Allen Swift, II, '97. Superintendent, Department of Industrial 
Arts, Mechanics Institute. Consulting Engineer, 15 Audubon St., 
Rochester, N.Y. 

Crocker, Calvin I(ra), I, '96. Assistant Engineer, Department of Bridges, 
City of New York, 179 Washington St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Crocker, Emmons, 1878-79. Fitchburg, Mass. 

Crocker, Frederic W., 1899-01. 1661 Beacon Blvd., Brookline, Mass. 

Crocker, George H., 1875-76. Care of Crocker, Burbank & Co., Fitchburg, 
Mass. 

Crocker, Harry L., I, 1896-97. Care of Esmond Mills, Esmond, R.I. 

Crocker, Lincoln, xiil, 1893-95. 

Crocker, Percy K., iv, 1892-93. 

Crockett, Eugene B., rv, 1893-94- 

Crockett, George W., 1888-90. Died December 18, 1897. 

Crohen, George P., rv, 1887-89. 

Crohurst, Harry R(ounsville), VI, XI, 1903-07. Sanitary Engineer with Mas- 
sachusetts State Board of Health, 142 State House, Boston, Mass. 

Crommett, Orrin James, n, '10. With Revere Rubber Co., Chelsea, Mass. 

Cromwell, Charles H(ammond), II, '89. Vice-President, Lafayette Mill 
and Lumber Co., 2100 W. Lafayette Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Cromwell, Martin J(ohn) S(paulding), M.D., 1890-93. Physician, 717 St. 
Paul St., Baltimore, Md. 

Cromwell, Richard, Jr., 1882-83. Baltimore, Md. 

Cronenbold, E(mest) J(ohn), XII, '03. With Post & McCord, Incorpo- 
rated, Structural Engineers, 44 East 23rd St., New York, N.Y. 

Cronin, Walter L(ouis), II, '04. Manager of Business College, Common- 
wealth School, 100 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Cronin, William W(alter), I, '04. Contractor, 571 So. Clinton St., Syra- 
cuse, N.Y. 

Cronkhite, Leonard W(olsey), IV, 1901-02. 396 Atlantic Ave., Boston, 
Mass. 

Cronkrite, Daisy W., 1899-00. See Osgood, Mrs. D. W. 

Crooker, Grin Edison, B.S., v, 1895-96. Clergyman, Hoopeston, 111. 

Crosby, Arthur M., 1868-70. 



102 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Crosby, Ben(jamm), L(mcoln), 1870-71. Division Engineer, Northern 

Pacific Railway Co., Taconia, Wash. 
Crosby, Charles F., 1875-76- Died July 19, 1903. 
Crosby, Clifford F(eiiton), 1885-87. Heating and Ventilation Engineer, 

46 Cornhill, Boston, Mass. 
Crosby, Francis W(yman), IV, 1888-91. 501-4, Denegre Bldg., New Orleans, 

La. 
Crosby, F(red) B(ickford), VI, '03. Power and Mining Department, Gen- 
eral Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
Crosby, Fred M., VI, XIII, 1892-93. Hotel Proprietor, Hampton Court, 

Brookline, Mass. 
Crosby, F(reeman) M(aynard),V, 1883-86. 719 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Crosby, Gorham, VIII, 1901-05. Patent Lawyer, 49 Wall St., New York, 

N.Y. 
Crosby, Herbert H., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Crosby, Hewitt, XIII, '03. With Atlantic Gulf and Pacific Co., Engineers 

and Contractors, Park Row Building, New York, N.Y. 
Crosby, John W(illiam), n, 1899-01. 33 Whiting St., Boston, Mass. 
Crosby, Ralph Haskell, VI, '07. Inspector, Birdsboro Steel Foundr^^ and 

Machine Co., Birdsboro, Pa. P.O. Box, Wheeling, W.Va. 
Crosby, Ralph W(orthmgton), Xlll, '96. With D. Crosby & Son, Yacht 

Builders, Osterville, Mass. 
Crosby, Robert L(incoln), 1881-82. Deceased. 
Crosby, "W(illiam) O(tis), vn, '76. Professor of Geology, Retired under the 

Carnegie Foundation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 

Mass. 
Crosby, Mrs. William O. (Ballard, Alice), V, 1876-79. 9 Park Lane, Jamaica 

Plain, Mass. 
Crosby, William W(yman), II, '93. Consulting Engineer with F. W. Dean, 

53 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Cross, Cha(rle)s R(obert), Science and Literature, '70. Thayer Professor of 

Physics and Director of the Rogers Laboratory, Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Cross, Charles R(obert), Jr., A.B., LL.B., VI, IX, 1898-99, 1906-07. Lawyer, 

84 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Cross, Frederick Cushing, IX,*'oi. With C. A. Cross & Co., Wholesale 

Grocers, 21 Broad St., Fitchburg, Mass. 
Cross, George I(rving), xni, 1898-00. 22 Downer Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 
Cross, Hardy, A.B., B.S., C.E.M., I, '08. Assistant Professor of Civil Engi- 
neering, Brown University, Providence, R.I. 
Cross, Harold, N., XI, 1900-03. Atkinson, N.H. 
Cross, William Perkins, Ph.B., XIII, '03. Manufacturer of Shoe Patterns, 

37 South Ave., Rochester, N.Y. 
Crossen, Fred J., 1890-91. Died March 14, 1896. 

Crossley, Frederick Turner, VI, '10. 141 2 Broad St., Providence, R.I. 
.Crossman, F(red) A(ndrew), II, 1885-88. Lumber Dealer, 137 Governor 

St., Providence, R.I. 



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Croswell, Joseph Simonds, II, '00. Died September 24, 1901. 

Crouch, L(eon) E(dwar<i), Ph.B., I, 1900-01. Engineer with the New Eng- 
land Telephone & Telegraph Co., Boston, Mass. 

Crowell, Allan W., I, 1898-01. Civil Engineer, with Stone & Webster 
Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Crowell, Edwin D., 1868-70. Deceased. 

Crowell, Esther L(ouise), VII, 1898-99. Teacher in Public School, Brattle- 
boro, Vt. 

Crowell, H(arry) C(lifford), I, '03. Engineering Department, Pennsyl- 
vania Lines, Pennsylvania Station, Logansport, Ind. 

Crowell, J(oseph) "W(arren), II, '04. In Private Business, 1022 Common- 
wealth Ave., Newton Centre, Mass. 

Crowell, Louis A(ustui), I, '01. East Dennis, Mass. 

Crowell, Luther A(lberto), VI, '98. With the Westinghouse Electric & 
Manufacturing Co., Room 1713, 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Crowell, Prince M., 1882-83. With Crowell Cold Storage Co., East Dennis, 
Mass. 

Crowell, Prince S(ears), X, 1901-03. 32 India St., Boston, Mass. 

Crowell, Samuel, M.D., IV, IX, 1876-79. Physician, 8 Monadnock St., 
Dorchester, Mass. 

Crowell, W(ill) R(ansom), VIII, '04. Teacher, Electro-Chemistry and Elec- 
tricity, Los Angeles Polytechnic High. School, 810 Beacon St., Los 
Angeles, Cal. 

Crowell, "William DeForest, IV, 1900-02. Mauran, Russell & Crowell, 
Architects, 1620 Chemical Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

Crowell, W(illiam) H(amblui), iv, 1903-05- With Whitehouse & Fouilhoux, 
Architects, Wilcox Building, Portland, Ore. 

Crowley, Daniel Joseph, Jr., ill, 1907-08. 112 Hampshire St., Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Crowley, Francis Clinton Vincent, 1905-06. 72 Dorchester St., So. Boston, 
Mass. 

Crowninshield, Bowdoin B., 1885-86. Naval Architect, 70 Long Wharf, 
Boston, A-lass. 

Crowninshield, Katherine B., 1898-00. See Davis, Mrs. 

CruU, Clifton G., IV, 1900-03. With the CruU Lumber Co., Indianapolis, 
Ind. 

Cudworth, Edward A., IV, 1884-86. 

Cudworth, Eugene T(hurston), VI, 1894-96. 

Cuesta-Gallardo, Enrique, VI, 1901-03. Panoquia No. 13, Guadalajara, 
Mex. 

Cullimpre, Allan R(eginald), I, '07. Professor of Civil Engineering, Toledo 
University, 308 Meredith Building, Toledo, Ohio. 

Culp, Charles M(iller), Ph.B., I, 1898-01. Certified Public Accountant, 1607 
Harvard Ave., Seattle, Wash. 

Culver, Clarence C, 1895-98. Real Estate Dealer, 53 Reynolds Arcade, 
Rochester, N.Y. 

Culver, Llora R., V, '02. See Kreuger, Mrs. C. R. 



104 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Cumings, George Bradley, VI, 'n. 6 Elmwood Ave., Winchester, Mass. 

Cuimning, Silas Pierce, II, 1901-04. 146 Westminster St., Providence, R. I. 

Cummings, Charles K(imball), rv, 1893-94. Architect, 8 Beacon St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Cummings, H(arold) N(eff), A.B., I, '10. Civil Engineer with the Engi- 
neering Department, Great Northern Paper Co., Millinocket, Me. 

Cummings, Henry, IV, '96. Manager, Wells Brothers Co., of New York, 
Building Contractors, 562 John Hancock Building, Boston, Mass. 

Cummings, H(erbert) W(iley), B.S., V, 1909-10. Manufacturing Chemist 
for Foreign Branches, E. E. Sutherland Medicine Co., Paducah, Ky. 

Cummings, Paul Leander, IV, '07. With Guy Lowell, Architect, Carter 
Building, 12 West St., Boston, Mass. 

Cummings, Prescott H., II, 1897-99. General Contractor, Fabry Construc- 
tion Co., 514 Minahan Building, Green Bay, Wis. 

Cummings, Robert M., XIII, 1893-96. 

Cummings, Will R., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Cummins, Harle O(ren), III, '02. 104 College St., Montpelier, Vt. 

Cumner, Harry W., IX, 1879-81. 90 Chauncy St., Boston, Mass. 

Cumnock, Victor I., 1883-85. 32 Nassau St., New York, N.Y. 

Cunningham, Caleb L., 1871-74- 

Cunningham, Charles G., 1870-73- Heath Hill, Brookline, Mass. 

Cunningham, Edward, X, '91. Retired. Westwood, Mass. 

Cunningham, Edward B., X, 1893-95- Sugar Land, Texas. 

Cunningham, Frederick H., 1888-89. Engineer Massachusetts Commission, 
15 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Cunningham, John A., 1876-77- Carlton, Ore. 

Cunningham, J(ohn) Earl, I, '04. Assistant Engineer, Elevated and Sub- 
way Construction, Boston Elevated Railway Co., lOl Milk St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Cunningham, Margaret, VII, 1895-96. Teacher, Dorchester High School, 
Dorchester, Mass. 

Curl, Charles M(atthew), XIII, '07. Tilton, N. H. 

Curley, Ernest, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1906-07. Teacher, Manual Train- 
ing School, 78 Nichols St., Lewiston, Me. 

Curran, John F(rank), VI, 1904-08. Pond St., Nahant, Mass. 

Ciu-rey, Harold Y(oung), II, '02. Of Currey & Co., Engineers, 108 LaSalle 
St., Chicago, III. 

Currier, A(lbert) D(ean), 1884-86. Lawyer, 137 South LaSalle St., Chicago, 
111. 

Currier, Charles R(ichardson), II, '97- Of R. M. & C. R. Currier, Invest- 
ment Securities, 79 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Currier, Everett F., 1894-95- 

Currier, Guy W(ilbur), 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1884-85- 

Attorney-at-Iaw, 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Currier, Harold S., II, 1899-00. Died May 16, 1900. 
Currier, Harvey L(eon), II, '98. Marine Engine Draughtsman, U.S. Navy 

Yard, Brooklyn, N.Y. 



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Cxirrier, James S(wasey), XIII, '04. Ordnance Draughtsman, U.S. Naval 
Torpedo Station, Newport, R.I. 

Currier, Lillian G., 1884-85. See Whaley, Mrs. W. B. 

Currier, "Warren F., V, 1899-03. Chemist and Bacteriologist, with Booth, 
Garrett & Blair, 406 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Currier, "William M., 1882-85. i Garden St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Curry, George A(rchibald), 1889-90. 

Curry, "Walter E., rv, 1891-92. General Manager with Cobbs & Mitchell, 
Incorporated, Cadillac, Mich. 

Curry, "William L(ehmer), VI, '99. Treasurer, Mckeesport Tin Plate Co., 
168 Homewood Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Curtin, John A(ndrew), LL.B., I, '92. Attorney-at-Law, 31 State St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Curtis, Allen, I, 1906-08. Boston & Albany Railroad, Rm. 367 So. Station, 
Boston, Mass. 

Curtis, Arthur H(arrison), I, 1906-11. Manager, Revere Ice Co., 72 Cen- 
tennial Ave., Revere, Mass. 

Curtis, Arthur 'V(inton), XIII, '97. Draughtsman, Department of Construc- 
tion and Repair, U.S. Navy Yard, "Washington, D.C. 

Curtis, Carroll C(ary), IX, 1901-05. In Insurance Business, Boston Insur- 
ance Co., 137 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Curtis, Charles "W., V, 1898-01. 433 Central St., Lowell, Mass. 

Curtis, Edgar C, 1872-73. 

Cxirtis, Everett N(ichols), ll.b., IX, '98. Attorney-at-Law, 84 State St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Curtis, Frances G., 1897-98. 

Curtis, Frank Henry, B.S., III, 1907-11. Chemist, with Copper Queen 
Consolidated Mining Co., 960 loth St., Douglas, Ariz. 

Curtis, Geo(rge) A., I, 1900-04. Resident Engineer, Massachusetts High- 
way Commission, 34 Boylston St., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Curtis, Mrs. G. S(tevenson), (Hooper, Fanny), 1899-00. Grace Church St., 
Rye, N.Y. 

Curtis, Harry A., A.B., 1896-98. 103 East 40th St., New York, N.Y. 

Curtis, Harry "W., 1886-87. 

Curtis, Henry R., I, 1875-78. President, Curtis Printing Co., Incorporated, 
Forbesdale Land and Improvement Co., loth and Minnesota Sts., 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Curtis, Ida M., V, 1893-94- Teacher, Public High School, Brighton, Mass. 

Curtis, Joseph H., 1865-66. 220 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Curtis, Louis L., 1884-85. 

Curtis, R(alph) E(dgar), II, '87. Assistant Mechanical Engineer, The 
Edison Electric Illuminating Co. of Boston, 39 Boylston St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Curtis, Russell H., I, '70. Died June 8, 1897. 

Ctuiis, Thomas H., 1, 1898-99. 

Curtis, Thomas P(elliam), VI, 1892-94. Treasurer, Lord Electric Co., 
112 Water St., Boston, Mass. 



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Curtis, Walter, 1878 79- 

Curtis, Walter M(olbray), II, '01. Manager, Engineering Department, 

New England Audit Co., Springfield, Mass. 
Curtis, William C, 1882-83. 
Curtis, W(illiam) G(oodwin), M.D., I, 1886-90. Physician, 10 Grand View 

Ave., Wollaston, INIass. 
Curtiss, George F., VI, 1883-88. Died October 9, 1895. 
Curtiss, John (Lee), VI, '02. With A. C. Wood, Consulting Mechanical 

Engineer, 819 Pennsylvania Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Curwen, Geo(rge) B(arr), m, X, 1907-09, 1910-11. With E. T. Steere, 328 

Old South Building, Boston, Mass. 
Curwen, George E., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. Deceased. 
Cushing, Adelaide O., 1895 96. See Leary, Mrs. 
Cushing, Albert L., VI, 1883-85. General Manager, Waterhouse Worsted 

Co., 894 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Cushing, A(llston) T(attrie), S.B., I, 'n. Graduate Student, Massachusetts 

Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Cushing, Benjamin L., 1866-69. 
Cushing, Caleb, Jr., 1873-76. Deceased. 
Cushing, Florence M., A.B., 1877-79, 1881-83. Norwell, Mass. 
Cushing, H(arvey) M(orse), VI, '99. Local Engineer, with the General 

Electric Co., 681 Ellicott Square, BufTalo, N.Y. 
Cushing, John P., 1880^81, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1882-83. Deceased. 
Cushing, Jose H., 1891-94. Deceased. 

Cushing, Joseph, Jr., IX, 1892-95. Died September 18, 1896. 
Cushing, Joseph W., Jr., ll, 1891-94. 1577 Beacon St., Brookline, Mass. 
Cushing, Matthew M., IX, 1897-99. Salesman with J. Cushing & Co., 

Fitchburg, Mass. 
Cushing, Richard W(atson), VI, 'u. Designer with A. B. C. Electric Ele- 
vator Co., Minot Building, Boston, Mass. 
Cushing, Richard W., VI, 1904-07- 
Cushing, Richmond H., 1870-73- Division Engineer, Transcontinental 

Railway, Fair\-ille, St. John, N.B. 
Cushing, Robert D., VI, 1888-91. Died August, 1903. 
Cushing, Walter B(urgess), X, 1907-10. Died February 9, 1910. 
Cushing, W(illiam) C (banning), M.A., I, '87. Chief Engineer, Maintenance 

of Way, Southwest System, Pennsj'lvania Lines, 1117 Union Station, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Cushing, William F., 1872-73- 
Cushman, Allerton S., Ph.D., V, 1884-85. Chemical Engineer, President 

and Director, Institute of Industrial Research, 19th and B Sts., N.W., 

Washington, D.C. 
Cushman, Frank, Jr., 1896-01. \'ice-Principal, Manual Training High 

School, 3012 East 27th St., Kansas City, Mo. 
Cushman, George H., Mechanical Drawing, 1887-88. 
Cushman, J(ames) A(llerton), I, '03. Assistant Engineer, Metropolitan 

Water and Sewerage Board, Clinton, Mass. 



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Cushman, Lester Dame, IV. 1909-10. 30 College Ave., Medforcl, Mass. 

Cushman, Paul AUerton, VI, 'n. Instructor in Engineering Drawing 
and Descriptive Geometry, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn. 

Cushman, R(obert) E(llis), II, '06. Kingston, Mass. 

Cushman, Solomon F., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. Manufacturer, S. F. 
Cushman & Sons, Woolen Manufacturers, Monson, Mass. 

Cushman, Susan L(ouise), IX, 1891-92. Middleboro, Mass. 

Cutler, Charles H(enry), VI, '94. President, Hillside Quarry Co., 120 Lib- 
erty St., New York, N.Y. 

Cutler, Edward A., 1875-76. Wholesale Lumber Dealer, 170 Summer St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Cutler, Elisha P(omeroy), Jr., 1864-66. Died May 16, 1908. 

Cutler, Ephraim, 1876 77- 

Cutler, Harry H(enderson), II, '81. Vice-President, Cutler-Hammer 
Manufacturing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Cutler, Henry M., I, '71. Died May 16, 1877. 

Cutler, Jane R(uth), A.B., V, VII, 1895-96. 70 Pearl St., Somerville, Mass. 

Cutler, N(athan) P., Jr., 1889-90. With Haverhill Blacking Co., Haverhill, 
Mass. 

Cutler, William Henry, IV, '97. Died January 7, 1907. 

Cutler, William W., VI, 1889-93. Secretary, Eastern Drug Co., 8-20 Fulton 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Cutten, Leverett H(owell), ll, '07. Of Staples & Cutten, Heating Contrac- 
tors, Daytona, Fla. 

Cutter, Alice M., VII, 1893-94. 9 Auburn Place, Brookline, Mass. 

Cutter, Edward H(enry), II, '02. Superintendent, Cutter & Crossette 
Shirt Factory, Elgin, 111. 

Cutter, Edward P(hilip), 1902-03- With Barrett Manufacturing Co., Ensley, 
Ala. 

Cutter, Frank H., 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1881-84. 

Cutter, Fred B(ertram), VI, '98. Manager, F. B. Cutter Co., Hudson 
Terminal Building, 50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Cutter, Geo(rge) A(lbert), II, '95. Manager, Cell Drier Machine Co., 
Taunton, Mass. 

Cutter, Leonard T(aylor), vil, 1891-93. First Lieutenant, U.S. Revenue 
Cutter Service, Treasury Department, Washington, D.C. 

Cutter, Louis F(ayerweather), l, '86. Assistant Engineer, Bridge & Ferry 
Division, Public Works Department, City of Boston, 60 City Hall, 
Boston, Mass. 

Cutter, Roland N(orcross), I, '89. Assistant Engineer, Engineering Depart- 
ment, City of Boston, 51 City Hall, Boston, Mass. 

Cutting, George W(arren), Jr., I, 1896-00. Civil Engineer, 6 Beacon St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Cutting, J. Clifton, 1875-76. 

Cutting, Robert C(urtis), II, '05. Civil Engineer, with Engineer Depart- 
ment, U.S. Army, U.S. Engineer Office, Dam No. 26, Ohio River, 
Hogsett, W.Va. 



I08 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Cutting, Spencer A(lexis), 1903-04- Oak Knoll, Winchester, Mass. 
Cyr, Philip J(oseph), C.E., (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '10. Drainage Engineer, 
P. J. Cyr & Co., Litchfield, Minn. 

Dabney, F(rank), 1871-74- Assistant Treasurer, The Seattle Electric Co., 

Seattle, Wash. 
Dabney, Herbert, 1871-74- Treasurer, Walter Baker & Co., Limited, 45 

Broad St., Boston, Mass. 
Dabney, William H., 1871^5. Died April 28, 1898. 
Dacy, Alice E(velyn), A.B., VII, 1899-00. Teacher, Roxbury High School, 

98 Hemenway St., Boston, Mass. 
Daddow, Samuel H(arries), A.B., II. '08. Automobile Dealer, S. H. Daddow, 

St. Clair, Pa. 
Dadmun, Geo(rge) E(stabrook), A.B., II, '92. Trust Officer, Manhattan 

Trust Co., 113 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Daggett, Eleanor W(illiams), 1896-97. 116 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 

Mass. 
Daggett, H(erbert) C(hapin), l, '91. New England Manager and Engineer, 

S. Morgan Smith & Co., of York, Pa., 176 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 
Daggett, Walter C, 1900-01. 

Dahlgren, Winthrop, VI, 1901-02. 510 W. State St., Trenton, N.J. 
Dakin, George W(aters), m, 1892-93, 1895-96. Assistant Engineer, Sewer 

Service, City of Boston, Boston, Mass. 
Dakin, Herbert H(ale), V, 1897-98. Chemist, Thomas G. Plant Co., 

Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Dakin, John L., Jr., Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1898-99. 44 Evergreen St., 

Roxbury, Mass. 
Daland, John, Jr., 1887-88. 

Daland, Tucker, 1897-98. 19 Exchange Place, Boston, Mass. 
Daley, Mitchell Joseph, in, '09. Mill Superintendent, Utah Apex Mining 

Co., Bingham Canyon, Utah. 
Daloz, L(aurent) E(saie), V, '02. Chemist, L. H. Daloz Co., 11 Humphreys 

St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Dalrymple, G(eorge) E(merson), n, 1905-06. Salesman, J. A. Dalrymple, 

57 Washington St., Haverhill, Mass. 
Dalton, Charles T., 1893-94. 
Dalton, N(elson) W(ait), VI, '94- Electrical Engineer, Hartford Carpet 

Corporation, Thompsonville, Conn. 
Daly, H(erbert) F., vr, 1898-00. In Real Estate Business, 222 Failing 

Building, Portland, Ore. 
Daly, John C(harles), Jr., Ill, '06. Deceased. 
Daly, Robert E., V, 1894-97. Dentist, 320 9th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Dame, F(rank) L(ibby), vr, '89. Vice-President, Electric Bond and Share 

Co., 71 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Damon, C. Willis, 1869-71. Haverhill, Mass. 
Damon, Frederick W., VI, 1892-95- Dealer in Tanners' Oils and Chemicals, 

214 Purchase St., Boston, Mass. 



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Damon, Harry E., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Damon, Harry S(umner), II, '99. Superintendent, Simpson Bros. Corpora- 
tion, 166 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Damon, Henry H(yman), I, '08. Assistant Engineer, Bureau of Public 
Works, Government of Philippine Islands, Iloilo, P.I. 

Damon, J(ohn) C(hurchill), VI, '05, Electrical Engineer, Federal Light 
& Traction Co., Trinidad, Colo. 

Damon, John H., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. Master Mechanic, Plym- 
outh Cordage Co., No. Plymouth, Mass. 

Damon, J. Linfield, Jr., I, 1888-89. Hotel Proprietor, 295 Kent St., Brook- 
line, Mass. 

Damon, Ralph H., ll, 1880-82. 

Damon, Ralph Simmer, I, 1907-08. With Metropolitan Water & Sewer- 
age, I Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Damren, William H., 1888-89. 

Dan, Takuma, III, '78. 344 Awoyama Harajiku, Tokio, Japan. 

Dana, Allston, A.B., I, '08. With the American Bridge Co., 714 West 1st 
St., Elmira, N.Y. 

Dana, George F,, X, 1889-93. Beech St., Norwood Station, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Dana, Gorham, I, '92. Manager, Underwriters' Bureau of New England, 
141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Dana, Leslie, VI, 1891-94. Vice-President, Charter Oak Stove & Range Co., 
Antelope and Conduit Sts., St. Louis, Mo. 

Dana, Martha, 1899-00. See Mercer, Mrs. W. R. 

Dana, "W(illia)m S(uiimer) B(arton), IV, '98. Author, Grantwood, N.J. 

Dandridge, Alexander S., Jr., 1870-73- 

Dane, Joseph A., 1871-72. 

Danforth, Carl E(ugene), III, '05. Of the Arthur Chapin Co., Wholesale 
Grocers, Bangor, Me. 

Danforth, C(harles) F., 1867-70. 

Danforth, C(harles) W., B.S., X, 1897-99- Tyngsboro, Mass. 

Danforth, Frank S(tephenson), xill, 1903-04. Private Secretary, 667 Ocean 
Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Danforth George C, ill, 1899-00. 

Danforth Helen C, VII, 1894-95- 

Danforth, John H., 1866-67- Deceased 

Danforth, N(ewman) Loring, II, '01. Secretary and Treasurer, John W. 
Danforth Co., Piping Contractor, 72 Ellicott St., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Danforth, R(ayTnond) H(ewes), II, '98. Engineering Assistant to the Head 
of School of Marine Engineering, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. 

Daniell, Eugene S., II, 1884-85- Greenland, N.H. 

Daniell, Francis G., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. Railway Engineer, Pub- 
lic Service Commission, 154 Nassau St., New York, N.Y. 

Daniell, J(ere) R(ogers), XIII, '97. Franklin, N.H. 

Daniell, Joshua, ill, 1890-91. Secretary and Treasurer, Daniell Investment 
Co., Laurium, Mich. 



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Daniell, Otis, 1886-87. Paper Maker, Tilton, N.H. 

Daniell, W(arren) F., 1886-87. Franklin, N.H. 

Daniels, Ada E., VII, 1895-96. 114 Wooster St., Hartford, Conn. 

Daniels, E. Harley, 1902-03. Manager of the Educational Department, 
Babson Statistical Organization, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Daniels, Francis E(zekiel), A.B., A.M., VII, 1906-08. Chief, Division of 
Sewerage & Water Supply, Board of State of New Jersey, 23 Parkline 
Ave., Trenton, N.J. 

Daniels, Fred Harold, Ph.B., VI, 'n. Engineering Department, B. F. 
Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park, Mass. 

Daniels, Joseph, M.S., Ill, '05. Assistant Professor of Mining Engineering 
and Metallurgy, College of Mines, University of Washington, Seattle, 
Wash. 

Daniels, N(athan) H(agar), Jr., VI, '96. With Stone & Webster Manage- 
ment Association, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Daniels, Robert W., II, 1899-02. 1020 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Dann, M(ary) E., XIII, 1892-93. (Retired), in Hilton Ave., Hempstead, 
Long Island, N.Y. 

Dargan, Samuel S(aul), IX, 1902-03. 

Dar, Juan Timoteo, V, 1906-07. Assistant Chemist, Bureau of Science, 
INIanila, P.I. 

Darling, Elmer A., 1870-72. (Retired.) 23 East 21st St., New York, N.Y. 

Darling, Henry E(verett), III, 1902-05. With the American Telephone & 
Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Darling, Maude F(rances), IV, '07. See Parlin, Mrs. Raymond W. 

Darling, Philip G(renville), A.B., II, '03. Mechanical Engineer, Experi- 
mental Station, E. I. du Pont de Nemours Powder Co., Wilmington, 
Del. 

Darling, Willis R., 1900-01. 

Darlington, F(rank) G(raef), IX, '81. 1240 North Delaware St., Indianap- 
olis, Ind. 

Darlington, William ill, 1895 97. Died August 15, 1897. 

Darrow, Alfred L., IV, 1878-81. Architect, 8 Beacon St., Room 45, Boston, 
Mass. 

Darrow, Burgess, VI, 'n. Experimental Department, Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Co., 95 Charlotte St., Akron, Ohio. 

Darrow, Courtland R(ogers), I, '93. Highway Commissioner, City of New 
London, City Hall, New London, Conn. 

Dart, A(lbert) C(harles), III, '01. Head Chemist, U.S. Zinc Products 
Co., Canon City, Colo. 

Dart, Cyrus V., I, III, 1896-99. 716 22d St., Rock Island, 111. 

Dart, Elbert R., 1891-92. 

Dart, H(arry) E(dson), VI, '01. With Ford, Buck and Sheldon, Incorpo- 
rated, Construction Engineers, 60 Prospect St., Hartford, Conn. 

Dart, W(ima)m C(rary), X, 1887-91. President, Rhode Island Tool Co., 
148 W'est River St., Providence, R.I. 

Dass, Jalota Saran, VI, 1905-06. Phugwara, Punjab, India. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER III 

Dater, Philip H(errick), B.A., I, '98. Resident Engineer, New York State 

Barge Canal, Barge Canal ofiice, Little Falls, N.Y. 
Dates, Henry Baldwin, E.E., VI, '94- Professor of Electrical Engineering, 

Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Dauchy, Samuel, 1887-88. INIanufacturer, 525 Hawthorne Place, Chicago, 

III. 
d'Autremont, L(ouis) P(aul), III, 1908-10. 1401 East First St., Duluth, 

Minn. 
Davenport, Fred A., IV, 1891-93. 96 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 
Davenport, George F., 1875-76. 
Davenport, Geo(rge) L(ynian), Jr., I, '06. Chief Clerk to Engineer, Grand 

Division, Atchinson, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad Co., 1235 West 

.4.9th St., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Davenport, George W., VI, 1883-85. Deceased. 
Davenport, James F., 1881-84. Deceased. 
Davenport, L(lewellyn) D(ana), I, 1903-06. Mining Engineer, Monroe 

Mine, Chisholm, Minn. 
Davenport, Maurice, II, 1896-98. 360 Ocean Ave., Flatbush, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Davenport, Sumner G(odfrey), IV, 1903-04. Architecture, Empedrado 30, 

Havana, Cuba. 
Davenport, "William S(eaver), V, '89. 48 Devon Road, Chestnut Hill, 

Mass. 
Davidson, James H(olroyd), VI, 1905-06. 

Davidson, (Stephen) Lock, Jr., I, '08. Abstractor, Wichita, Kans. 
Davidson, W(illiam) Fred(erick), II, '01. With the Knox Pressed and 

Welded Steel Co., Niles, Ohio. 
Davidson, William P(arberry), 1904-05. 522 No. Rodney St., Helena, 

Mont. 
Davies, Arnold Chaplin, XIV, 'n. Commercial Department, Genera! Elec- 
tric Co., Small Motor Dept., 42 Center St., W. Lynn, Mass. 
Davies, John C, III, 1898-99. 
Davies, T(heophilus) Clive, II, '94. Theo. H. Davies & Co., Limited, 

Sugar Factor, Honolulu, Hawaii. 
Davila, Janaro, I, iS96-hc)8. 
Davis, Albert G(ould), M.L., VI, '93. Manager, Patent Department, 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
Davis, Alfred V., Jr., 1879-80. 

Davis, Alvan L(amson), III, '98. Manager, Crucible Melting Department, 
Park Works, Crucible Steel Co., of America, 30th and Smallman Sts., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Davis, Mrs. Anne H(ubbard), vii, 1901-02. 
Davis, Arthur C(olbey), V, '01. Treasurer, Frank E. Davis Fish Co., 

93 Rogers St., Gloucester, Mass. 
Davis, Arthur L(incoln), ll, '89. Contracting Manager, American Bridge 
Co., of New York, Hudson Terminal, 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 
Davis, Arthur S., 1886-87, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Davis, Arthur T., 1894-97. 639 Congress St., Portland, Me. 



112 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Davis, Bertram H(ubbard), 1887-89. 

Davis, Carleton E(inerson), I, '93. Department Engineer, Board of Water 

Supply, City of New York, Brown Station, N.Y. 
Davis, Charles J., I, 1896-98. 

Davis, Charles L., Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1890-92. 

Davis, Charles S(taples), VI, 1888-89. With Marlboro Electric Co., 139 

Main St., Marlboro, Mass. 
Davis, Charles W., VI, 1894-95. With Standard Underground Cable Co., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Davis, Cornelius S., ll, 1888-89. 
Davis, David, IV, 1893-95- Fosdick Bldg., 41 East 4th St., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 
Davis, David C(ady), VI, '06. Assistant Examiner, U.S. Patent Office, 

Washington, D.C. 
Davis, David L(incolii), V, 1901-04. With Drovers Deposit National Bank 

of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
Davis, Edward H(atton), IX, '00. Associate Professor of Economics and 

Registrar, Purdue University, LaFayette, Ind. 
Davis, Edward L(ester), I, II, 1901-04. 224 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands, 

Mass. 
Davis, Edward W., 1872-74. 25 Kirkstall Road, Newtonville, Mass. 
Davis, Eugene Reed, 1907-08. 117 Trowbridge St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Davis, Francis W(oodward), I. '03- 414 Woodward St., Waban, Mass. 
Davis, Frank E., II, '83. New England Agent for Mietz & Weiss, 126 

High St., Boston, Mass. 
Davis, Frank H(oward), I, '04. Roadmaster, Galveston, Harrlsburg & 

San Antonio Railway, Del Rio, Texas. 
Davis, F(rank) Irvin, IV, 1888-92. Architect, Davis & Brooks, Architects, 

49 Pearl St., Hartford, Conn. 
Davis, Franklin Hayes, ill, '96. Died June 25, 1905. 
Davis, George H(ubbard), 1901-02. 32 Bradlee St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Davis, Gertrude P(aine), 1893-94. Teacher, Girls' High School, Boston, 

Mass. 
Davis, Grace E., 1902-03. Associate Professor of Physics, Wellesley Col- 
lege, Wellesley, Mass. 
Davis, Guy R(andolph), 1903-04. 712 Market St., Wilmington, N.C. 
Davis, Harold H(enry), VI, '02. With the Engineering Department, Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 
Davis, Harold M(artin), I, 'n. Structural Draughtsman, Boston & Maine 

Railroad, North Station, Boston, Mass. 
Davis, Henry C(larence), Jr., VI, '11. Second Lieutenant, Coast Artillery 

Corps, U.S.A., Fortress Monroe, Va. 
Davis, Henry Rand, IV, xni, 1901-02. With Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge, 

Architects, 122 Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 
Davis, Herbert E., IV, 1891-94- Architect, 175 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Davis, H(untly) W(ard), IV, '98. Architect, Hoyle & Davis, 80 St. Francis 

Xavier St., Montreal, Quebec. 



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Davis, Ida S., 1889-90. See Ripley, Mrs. W. Z. 

Davis, Mrs. Lincoln, (Crowninshield, K. B.), i8g8-oo. 

Davis, John Allen, III, '07. Assistant Mining Engineer, U.S. Bureau of 
Mines, Washington, D.C. 

Davis, John C, 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Davis, John Francis, II, '09. With the Oxford Paper Co., Rumford Falls, 
Me. 

Davis, John P(ickman), 1902-03. 35 Huntington St., Lowell, Mass. 

Davis, Junius, Jr., VI, 1901-04. 

Davis, Lawrence R(itchie), B.S., III, '07. Apartado 16, San Geronimo, 
Oaxaca, Mex. 

Davis, Leon How, I, 1902-06. With Arndt Thompson & Co., 507-08 
Chamber of Commerce, Boston, Mass. 

Davis, Leon K(eith), X, '94. Engineer, Manufacturers Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co., 815 Banigan Building, Providence, R.I. 

Davis, Lorenzo M., I, 1872-75- With New Promoting Lignite Briquetting 
Operation, Minot, N.Dak. 

Davis, Luther, V, VII, 1906-09. Chemist, with Haffenreffer & Co., Boylston 
Brewery, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Davis, Melville R., 1895-96. i Davis Place, Portland, Me. 

Davis, Myra Louise, 1902-03. 

Davis, Myron M(athews), VI, '09. Assistant Examiner, U.S. Patent 
Office, Room 378, Washington, D.C. 

Davis, O (liver) M(arcy), XIII, 1898-01. Superintendent, Forsyth Brothers 
Co., Manufacturers of Railway Equipment, Harvey, 111. 

Davis, Rae WCillard), VI, '08. Electrical Engineer, Allis-Chalmers Co., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

Davis, Robert A(llen), VI, '96. With Commercial Engineering Department, 
New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Davis, R(oland) P(arker), M.C.E., I, '06. Associate Professor, West Vir- 
ginia University, 203 Fife Ave., Morgantown, W.Va. 

Davis, Roswell, Xin, '05. With the Singer Manufacturing Co., Elizabeth- 
port, N.J. 

Davis, Sidney L(incoln), XI, 1902-04. Care of Isthmian Canal Commission, 
Box 218, Wheeling, W.Va. 

Davis, Stanton K., XII, 1891-93. 

Davis, Waldo F(rank), II, 1905-06. Special Agent, New England Telephone 
& Telegraph Co., Room 901, 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Davis, "Walter C, 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. Interior Decorator, 50 
Cornhill, Boston, Mass. 

Davis, Walter P(oare), ill, '01. Chemist, Towle Manufacturing Co., 
Newburyport, Mass. 

Davis, Walter S(windell), IV, '10, IV, S.M., 'u. 25 St. James Ave., Boston, 
Mass. 

Davis, Wilbur W., I, 1896-99. Assistant Engineer, Boston Transit Com- 
mission, 15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Davis, William C, II, 1882-83. 



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Davis, William Couch, Jr., 1, 1910-11. With Brazil Railroad Co., Sao Paulo, 
Brazil. 

Davis, "William E(dward), Jr., IV, '95. Architect, 151 Columbia Heights, 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Davis, William R(obert), I, '03. Second Assistant Engineer, Bureau of 
Filtration, City of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Davis, Willis E., IX, '76. Died March 11, 1910. 

Davison, George R(upert), VI, '98. With the Edison Electric Illuminating 
Co., 39 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Davison, Thomas, IV, 1900-01. 

Davol, W(alter) D(odge), VI, 1902-07. Special Agent, Continental (Fire) 
Insurance Co., 819 Elm St., Manchester, N.H. 

Dawes, Chester Laurens, Vl, '09. Graduate School of Applied Science, 
Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Dawes, Fred B(radley), VI, 1894-97. Electrical Contractor, 127 Main St., 
Hudson, Mass. 

Dawes, H(eri3ert) N(athan), II, '93. Vice-President, Nightingale & Childs 
Co., President, Cerro Gordo Fruit Co., 205 Congress St., Boston, 
Mass., and Vice-President Putnam-Morrill Co., Boston, Mass. 

Dawes, William H., I, VIII, 1881-83. PO. Box 235, Brockton, Mass. 

Dawson, Alfred E(rnest), 1901-03. Saxonville, Mass. 

Dawson, Charles W., 1886-87. 

Dawson, Sarah M., 1876-77- Deceased. 

Dawson, William F., '86, School of Mechanic Arts. Electrical Engineer (De- 
signing), Turbine Dept., General Electric Co., W. Lynn, Mass. 

Day, Alice C, 1900-01. See Bowen, Mrs. Archer C. 

Day, Henry B., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. Banker, R. L. Day & Co., 
35 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Day, Herbert W(inch), ll, 1904-06. 

Day, Mary H(arriett), 1896-97. See Lord, Mrs. Benjamin F. 

Day, Nathan B(rown), A.B., II, '94. Counsellor-at-Law, 24 Milk St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Day, Philip B., II, 1889-93- 

Day, Sarah L(ouise), A.M., V, '87. Treasurer, Woman's Board of Missions, 
14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

de Alvarenga, Francisco B(ento), Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1902-03- 26 Ala- 
meda dos Barnbeis, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 

Dean, Arnold Truman, I, '08. With City Engineer, City Engineer's Office, 
Taunton, Mass. 

Dean, Arthur Davis, VI, '95. Chief, Division of Vocational Schools, New 
York State Education Department, Albany, N.Y. 

Dean, A(rthur) M(alcolm), II, '05. Mechanical Engineer, with the Mathe- 
son Motor Car Co., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Dean, A(rthur) W(arren), 1888-91. Chief Engineer, Massachusetts High- 
way Commission, 15 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Dean, Benjamin W., 1868-69. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER II5 

Dean, Carroll Sisson, VI, '07. Mechanical Draughtsman, U.S. Navy 
Yard, Portsmouth, \'a.. 

Dean, C(liarles) L(ake), ill, '05. With Stearns-Rogcr Manufacturing Co., 
1720 CaHfornia St., Denver, Colo. 

Dean, Edward H(art), 1902-03. Travelling Salesman, 38 General Cobb 
St., Taunton, Mass. 

Dean, Henry Lawrence, xill, '05. Steam Engine Designer, with the Geo. 
F. Blake iNlanufacturing Co., Third St., East Cambridge, Mass. 

Dean, Herbert Welton, VI, '06. Traffic Supervisor, Bell Telephone Co., 
of Pennsylvania, 1230 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Dean, James L., 1886^87, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Dean, James Somerville, IV, 1908-09, 1910-11. College Station, Texas. 

Dean, JosiaJl S., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. Counsellor at Law, 1 8 
Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Dean, Luther, I, 1884-86. Civil Engineer, 4 Clinton St., Taunton, Mass. 

Dean, Ralph W., 1868-72. Care of Arthur L. Dean, Canton, Mass. 

Dean, W(alter) C(lark), VI, '00. Electrical Expert Aid, Bureau of Con- 
struction and Repair, Navy Department, State War and Na\'y Build- 
ing, Washington, D.C. 

Deane, Albert J., 1874-78. Assistant Cashier, Agency of Mutual Life 
Insurance Company of New York, 423 Laurel Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

Deane, Albion M(arshall), X, 1900-02. So. Weymouth, Mass. 

de Araujo, A(lberico) B(erilagua), ll, 1908-09. Subscription Manager of 
La Hacienda (export magazine). La Hacienda Company, Buffalo, N.Y. 

Dearborn, George K(night), IX, '93. With Barrett Manufacturing Co., 
Elizabeth, N.J. 

Dearborn, John, 1889-90. With Warren Brothers, Roofers and Bitulithic 
Pa^■ing Dealers, 59 Temple Place, Boston, Mass. 

Dearborn, Samuel S., II, 1880-84. 411 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. 

Dearborn, William L., '84, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., I, 1884-87. Resi- 
dent Engineer, Port of Havana Docks Co., Barclay, Parsons & Klapp, 
Enna No. i, Havana, Cuba. 

Dearden, Clinton Merrill, VIII, '01. Died January 13, 1903. 

Deavitt, H(enry) M(clntyre), I, '97. Analytical and Consulting Chemist, 
President Mutual Chemical Co., 160 North Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Deavitt, W(illia)m J(efferson), A.B., ill, '06. Superintendent, Minas Veta 
Grande y Anexas, Villa Escobedo, Chihuahua, Mex. 

de Azevedo, Luiz M(arirLho), VI, 1894-96. Passa Quatro, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 

De Berard, W(ilford) W(illis), B.S., xi, '01. Western Editor, Engineering 
Record, 1570 Old Colony Building, Chicago, 111. 

de Bullet, Eugene G., IV, 1892-93. 

de Bullet, John C. E., 1, 1886-92. 

de Carvalho, Raul R(ezende), IX, '92. Sao Paulo, Brazil. 

Decary, L(ouis) J(oseph) T(homas), IV, 1903-05. Of Dufort & Decary, 
Architects, 25-26 "La Patrie" Building, Montreal, Quebec. 

Decatur, Stephen, 1873-75- Kittery Point, Me. 

de Colmesnil, George T., IV, 1900-01. 787 Market St., San Francisco, Cal. 



Il6 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

De Coster, Robert S., IV, 1881-83. 47 15th Ave., Beechhurst, N.Y. 

Deering, Charles H., V, 1895-^6. 

Deering, James E., 1878-79. 7 Munroe Place, Chicago, III. 

Deetz, Cha(rle)s H., 1, 1885-88. With the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 
Washington, D.C. 

deForest, Norman, in, 1907-10. Real Estate, Fruit Growing and Shipping, 
Sanford, Fla. 

Defren, George, V, '95. V, S.M., '96. Consulting Chemist and Eastern Rep- 
resentative, Wm. Rahr Sons Co., 289 Park St., Newton, Mass. 

deGaray, Emique, I, 1907-08. With Compania Fundidora de Fierro y 
Bronce Decorativo, Gomez Echevarria Y Cia, iia. Bolivar 115, 
Apartado 5288, Mexico, D. F. 

deGersdorff, George B., 1889-90. Architect, 103 Park Ave., New York, 
N.Y. 

deGolyer, Anthony Gordon, in, 1906-07. 

De Golyer, R(obert) S(eely), IV, '98. Architect, 1745 Orrington Ax'c, 
Evanston, 111. 

Deitering, Charles H., IV, 1891-92. Architect, 705 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo. 

Dejonge, Alfred (Louis), n, '95. With Louis Dejonge & Co., 71 Duane St., 
New York, N.Y. 

de Lancey, Darragh, n, '90. 52 Pine St., Waterbury, Conn. 

de Lancey, Mrs. Darragh (Gallup, Harriet T.), V, '94. 52 Pine St., Water- 
bury, Conn. 

de Landa, Carlos, B.S., rv, 1908-10. Student, 4a Napoles 60, Mexico City, 
Mex. 

Delano, Alexander J(ames), I, '90. With Commercial Engineering Depart- 
ment, New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Delano, Maurice F., 1, 1894-97. Vineyard Haven, Dukes County, Mass. 

Delano, P(aul) H(olmes), I, '00. New England Representative, Pressed 
Radiator Co., of America, 130 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Delano, Ward P(arker) Jr., rv, '05. Architect, with the Fuller & Delano 
Company, 44 Front St., Worcester, Mass. 

Delesdemier, Frederic M., 1896-97. Oak St., Needham, Mass. 

DeLoach, John K(eller), xm, 1904-07. Care of De Loach Mill Manufac- 
turing Co., Bridgeport, Ala. 

DeLong, Harold W(illiams),xm, '96. P.O. Box 1036, Bath, Me. 

DeMallie, James Martin, Ph.B., VI, '05- Secretar\^ and Treasurer, Hoyt & 
DeMallie, Incorporated Engineers, 55 West 93rd St., New York, 
N.Y. 

DeMeritt, Cha(rle)s L., M.D., 1891-92. Physician, Terminal Building, 
Hoboken, N.J. 

DeMerritt, Leonard M(orse), n, '97. With the T. C. Basshor Co., 28 
Light St., Baltimore, Md. 

Deming, Walter E. S., VI, 1892-94, 1895-96. Grocer, Dearborn Grocery Co., 
47 Dearborn St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Demirkol, Leon D., 1900-01. 



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Demond, Charles D(enny), ill, '93. Testing Engineer, Anaconda Copper 

Mining Co., Anaconda, Mont. 
Dempsey, Geo(rge) C, V, 1884-87. Of P. Denipsey & Co., 117 Merrimack 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Dempwolf, Frederick G(reiman), IV, '07. 701 South George St., York, Pa. 
Denham, H(oward) S(umner), VI, 1899-03. Cable Inspector, New England 

Telephone & Telegraph Co., 25 Twelfth St., Lowell, Mass. 
Denison, E(dward) E(lias), X, '95. Cumberland Club, Portland, Me. 
Denison, Orville B(oardman), VI, 'u. Electrical Engineer, with American 

Steel & Wire Co., Electric Cable Works, Worcester, Mass. 
Denison, Robert L., 1893-96. 66 Deering St., Portland, Me. 
Denmark, C(layton) R(hay), II, '07. Engineer, U.S. National Museum, 

and Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 
Dennedy, James Howard, II, '08. With M. Dennedy, Ice and Refrigerat- 
ing Machinery, 2993 Grand Boulevard, W., Detroit, Mich. 
Dennett, Clarence L., I, '76. Died June 6, 1878. 
Dennett, Hartley, A.B., iv, '92. Architect, East Alstead, N.H. 
Dennett, J(ames) Vaughan, IV, 1890-91. Furniture Designer and Cabinet 

Maker, Gates St., Framingham, Mass. 
Dennett, Kingsley Winsor, II, 1907-11. 166 Bellevue St., West Roxbury, 

Mass. 
Dennett, Minot S(avage), II, 1907-10. Manufacturing Department, Packard 

Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Dennie, Robert, 1900-01. 
Dennis, Bertha E(lizabeth), 1896-97. Teacher, West Roxbury High School, 

Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Dennis, Chester WCarner), 1890-91. Master Mechanic, 25 Central St., 

Andover, Mass. 
Dennison, Cha(rle)s H(amilton), X, 'or. Chemist, American Rubber Co., 

East Cambridge, Mass. 
Dennison, Charles S., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Denny, Lucy A(gatha), V, 1898-99. 
Denny, Maurice E(dward), XIII, '08. Of Messrs. Wm. Denny & Brothers, 

Leven Shipyard, Dumbarton, Scotland. 
De Normandie, Sarah Y., 1891-93. See Bailey, Mrs. Thomas W. 
Densmore, E(dward) D(ana), VI, '93. Of Densmore & Le Clear, 88 Broad 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Denson, Hugh C, IV, 1891-93. U.S.S. Pathfinder, Coast and Geodetic 

Survey, Manila, P.I. 
Denton, W(illiam) B(yers), Ph.B., VI, 'n. Vulcan Iron Works Co., 1724 

Gaylord St., Denver, Colo. 
Derby, Arthiur L., A.B., 1900-01. Care of Hard-Rand, (Wholesale Coffee 

Business), 422 Grewin St., New Orleans, La. 
Derby, Charles F., 1888-89. Died October 29, 1892. 
Derby, Eloise L., 1899-00. 352 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Derby, Richard B(aker), IV, 1897-99, 1900-02. Derby & Robinson, 20 Beacon 

St., Boston, Mass. 



Il8 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Derby, Robert M(ason), l, 1897-01. Montreal Sales Representative, Niles- 

Bement-Pond Co., 444 St. James St., Montreal, Quebec. 
deRomana, Alberto Lopez, VI, 'n. 225 Seward Place, Schenectady, N.Y. 
Derr, Louis, M.A., VI, '92. Professor of Physics, Alassachusetts Institute 

of Technology', Boston, IMass. 
Deshon, Carlos S., 1881-82. School of Mechanic Arts. 
Desloge, Finnin V(incentj, III, 1899-00, 1901-02. General Superintendent, 

Desloge Consolidated Lead Co., Desloge, Mo. 
Desmond, Thomas C(harles), A.B., l, '09. Engineer, with Costello & Co., 

Contractors, 314 Arcade Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 
DeSteiguer, Walter G(eorge), in, '06. Cameron, Mo. 
Devens, Richard, 11, '88. Manager, Eastern Office, The Brown Hoisting 

Machinery Co., 50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 
Devereux, Arthur M., 1868-69. 
Devereux, Walter F., 1865-66. 
de Veyra, Martin Pedro, Jr., I, 1904-05. Librarian, Philippine Assembly, 

Manila, P.I. 
Devine, James V., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. Real Estate, 923 Dor- 
chester Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 
Devlin, John Joseph, III, 1907-09. With D. A. Harrington, 20 Pemberton 

Sq., Boston, Mass. 
Devlin, Leo J., IV, 1904-05. 145 Buena Vista Ave., San Francisco, Cal. 
Devlin, Philip Albert, IV, 1906-07. Treasurer, Western Naval Stores Co., 

Newton, Texas. 
Dew, William John Gauville, 1906-07. Engineering Department, Boston & 

Maine Railroad, No. Station, Boston, Mass. 
Dewey, Bradley, A.B., X, '09. Chemical Engineer, American Sheet and Tin 

Plate Co., Frick Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Dewey, Fred(erick), A(rchibald), ll, '10. Student, Columbia University, 

New York, N.Y. 
Dewmg, Fred M., 1885-86. 

Dewis, Clifford S., I, 1900-03- Advocate Harbor, N.S. 
De Wolf, Arthur Simon, II, '97. In Private Business, 88 Pearl St., Boston, 

Mass. 
DeWolf, John O(viatt), II, '90. Of John O. DeWolf & Co., Mechanical 

and Mill Engineers, 159 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
DeWolf, Richard C, V, IX, 1896-98. Clerk, Copyright Office, Library of 

Congress, Washington, D.C. 
Dewson, Edward, 1868-69, 1874-75. Landscape Architect, 527 Chronicle 

Bldg., Houston, Tex. 
Dewson, E(dward) H(enry), ll, '85. Resident Engineer, Westinghouse 

Brake Cos., 165 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Dexter, Edward McB(eth), VI, 1892-93. 
Dexter, Gregory M(umford), I, '08. Draughtsman with the Oregon Short 

Line Railroad, Deseret News Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Dexter, Katherine M., VII, '04. See McCormick, Mrs. Stanley. 
Dexter, Rose L., 1893-94. 400 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER II^ 

Dexter, Wallace D., 1869-70. In Real Estate Business, 50 Congress St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Dexter, Walter M., 1871-72. 14 E. Manning St., Providence, R.I. 

Diaz, Carlos A., 1893-94- 

Diaz, Juan Garcia, II, 1909-10. 10 Coto St., Ponce, Porto Rico. 

Diaz, Jose Y., VI, 1891-92, 1893-96. 

Diaz, Manuel D., I, IX, 1893-95- 

Diaz, Waldemar Ramon, VI, 1908-10. 

Dickerman, A(lbert) C(ornell), XIII, 1901-04- Head of Steam Engineering 
Department, Lockwood, Greene & Co., 93 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Dickerman, Alton Leslie, Jr., Ill, 1905-08. With Dickerman & Englis, 
421 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Dickerman, Judson C(harles), X, '95. Chief Gas Tester, City of Chicago, 
City Hall, Chicago, 111. 

Dickey, C(harles) W(illiam), IV, '94- Architect, 419-420 Central Bank 
Building, Oakland, Cal. 

Dickey, John Frederick, III, 1901-03, 1904-05. 1907-08. 226 Windsor St., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Dickinson, Dwight, Jr., II, 1904-05- Actfng Assistant Surgeon, U.S. Navy, 
U.S. Marine Corps Recruiting Ofiftce, 23 Pickering Building, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Dickinson, James W., I, VI, 1906-08. 163 Kent St., St. Paul, Minn. 

Dickinson, Leon A(rthur), III, '08. Clerk and Map Draughtsman, Bureau 
of Tours, Automobile Club of America, 54th St. West, New York, 
N.Y. 

Dickinson, Leonard P(erley), VI, '96. Professor of Physics and Electrical 
Engineering, Rhode Island State College, Kingston, R.I. 

Dickinson, William C, 1866-69. Commission Merchant, 5929 Gates Ave., 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Dickson, Marshall M., Ill, 1892-95. Died July 29, 1895. 

Dickson, Paul R. B., XIII, 1898-02. Quarterman Shipfitter for U.S. Govern- 
ment, U.S. Naval Station, Olongapo, P.I. 

Dickson, Victor H(eyl), II, '07. Director, Peoria Metal Culvert Co., 
East Peoria, 111. 

Diehl, John Christopher, I, '10. With Maintenance of Way Department, 
Pennsylvania Railroad, Renova, Pa. 

Dietrich, Carl J., iv, 1893-95. 

Dike, Alice N., B.L., V, VII, 1900-01, 1902-03. Instructor in Household Eco- 
nomics, Simmons College, Boston, Mass. 

Dike, George P., II, 1898-99. Attorney-at-law, Patents and Trademarks, 
of Macleod, Calver, Copeland & Dike, 350 Tremont Building, Boston, 
Mass. 

Dill, Colby, A.B., X, '06, X, S.M., '07. Works Manager, Perth Amboy Chemi- 
cal Works, Perth Amboy, N.J. 

Dill, Howard A(lbert),B.S.,I, '91. Treasurer, Richmond City Water Works, 
16 North Eighth St., Richmond, Ind. 

Dillingham, Charles A., VI, 1888-89. 



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Dillon, Arthtir J(ames), IV, iSSa-Sp. Architect, Dillon, McLellan & Beadel, 
1 123 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Dillon, Benjamin H., 1889-90. Died February 21, 1909. 

Dillon, Frederick N(athan), V, '93. Treasurer, D. M. Dillon Steam Boiler 
Works, Fitchburg, Mass. 

DiUon, H(arold) H., VI, 1899-01. Motor Car Business, H. H. Dillon Co., 
329 South nth St., Lincoln, Neb. 

Dillon, Peter L(awrence), VI, 1907-09. Civil Engineer, City of Boston, 
Sewer and Water Division, 77 Pleasant St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Dillon, Robert Emmet, II, '10. Belchertown, Mass. 

Dillon, Walter G., Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1900-01. 

Dimock, El win H., 1896-99. Died April 6, 1911. 

Dimock, Roy E(rnest), III, '04. Chemist with the Dominion Steel Corpo- 
ration, Sydney, Nova Scotia. 

Disque, Kenneth H., 1, 1902-06. 238 W. loth St., Erie, Pa. 

Dissel, Theodore A(ugustine), II, '06. With Cameron Appliance Co., 
Everett, Mass. 

Disston, Henry, V, 1892-95. Vice-President, Henry Disston & Sons, North 
American Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Dittrich, Heinrich C, 1885-87. Architect, 605 Worcester Bldg., Portland, 
Ore. 

Dixon, Charles S., VI, 1894-99- 52 St. James Ave., W. Somerville, Mass. 

Dixon, Frank Eugene, V, 1902-04. Chemist, with the Heekin Spice Co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Dixon, J(ohn) B(rown), V, '98. Chief Chemist, Glens Falls Portland 
Cement Co., Glens Falls, N.Y. 

Dixon, Laurence Belmont, VI, '93- Victoria Ave., and Madison St., River- 
side, Cal. 

Doak, John E., II, 1884-89. Died October 6, 1910. 

Doane, Alfred O (liver), ill, '84. Division Engineer, Metropolitan Water & 
Sewerage Board, Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Doane, A(rthur) H. 1, 1881-85. General Sales Agent, with the Union Pacific 
Coal Co., Cheyenne, Wyo. 

Doane, Caroline M., 1877-78. See Weeden, Mrs. William B. 

Doane, Geo(rge) E(merson), I, '74- Of J. &. G. E. Doane, Dealers in Hard- 
ware, Middleboro, Mass. 

Doane, Ralph W., 1884-85. Harwich Port, Mass. 

Doane, Robert Edward, VI, '09. Electrical Engineer, with the Hudson & 
Manhattan Railway Co., 137 Christopher St., New York, N.Y. 

Doane, "Walter Long, 1, 1907-08. Died April 25, 1908. 

Doble, Charles F(rench), 11, '10. Bag Machine Lineman, Union Bag & 
Paper Co., Hudson Falls, N.Y. 

Dodd, Arthur H., 1870-72. Died February 28, 1901. 

Dodd, George W., 1886-87. 

Dodd, John W., VI, 1895-96. Draughtsman, 120 Fulton St., Boston, Mass. 

Dodd, Margaret Eliot, VII, '92. 3 Auburn Court, Brookline, Mass. 

Dodd, Rebecca, V, VII, 1902-03. 3 Auburn Court, Brookline, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 121 

Dodd, Walter S., 1887-88, School of Mechanic Arts. Farmer, Twinflower Farm, 

East Corinth, Vt. 
Dodd, Mrs. "Walter S. (Chamberlain, Helen), IV, '96. Twinflower Farm, 

East Corinth, Vt. 
Dodge, Alvah W., VI, 1899-02. In charge of the Small Power Motor Pro- 
duction, Geneial Electric Co., Lynn, Mass. 
Dodge, C(liarles) B(enjamin), IX, '89. Capitalist, 225 Bailey Building, 

Seattle, Wash. 
Dodge, Charles C, 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Dodge, DeForest B., 1868-69. Died August, 1878. 
Dodge, Edwin S(herrill), IV, '97- Painter, Villa Curonia, Arcetri, Florence, 

Italy. 
Dodge, Frank E., II, V, 1896-98, 1900-01. 3 Appleton St., Boston, Mass. 
Dodge, Frank S(tanwood), I, '75- Civil Engineer and Superintendent, 

Estate of Bernice Pauahi Bishop, 77 Merchant St., Honolulu, Hawaii. 
Dodge, Frederick Holmes, II, '90. President, The Ohio ElectricCar Co., 

Manufacturers of Electric Automobiles, Toledo, Ohio. 
Dodge, I(rving) B(igelow), II, '98. With the Lombard Governor Co., 

Ashland, Mass. 
Dodge, Louis L., n, 1881-84. Leading Draughtsman, U.S. Navy Yard, 

Charlestown, Mass. 
Dodge, Lyman E., V, 1897-01. Patent Attorney, General Railway Signal 

Co., Rochester, N.Y. 
Dodge, Parker Van P(atten), II, '07. Solicitor of Patents, with Dodge & 

Sons, Attorneys in Patent Causes, Victor Building, Washington, D.C. 
Dodge, Perley K., 1902-06. Died March 19, 1906. 
Dodge, Robert L(incoln), VI, '10. With the Engineering Department, 

Bell Telephone Co., 17th and Filbert Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Dodge, S(amuel) D(ouglas), I, '93. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water 

Supply of the City of New York, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y. 
Dodge, William Brown, I, '72. Died January 29, 1898. 
Dodge, Winthrop R., v, 1894-98. 

Doe, Charles C(utler), VII, '86. Trustee, 10 Adams St., Lexington, Mass. 
Doe, Haven, VI, 1889-93. Salmon Falls, N.H. 
Doepke, R(obert) H(enry), II, 1902-03. With the Alms and Doepke Co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Doerr, William Philip, IV, 1909-10. 4920 Champlain Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Doherty, Frederick John Aloysius, V, 1908-09. Guantanamo Sugar Co., 

Guantanamo, Cuba. 
Doherty, Harry V(incent), I, 1900-03, 1906-07. 6 Fairview St., Dorchester, 

Mass. 
Dolan, James S(tephen), ill, 1900-03. Hampstead Road, Forest Hills, Mass. 
Dolan, Peter F(rancis), VI, '93. 478 Saiatoga St., East Boston, Mass. 
Dolbear, Katherine E(lla), XII, 1896-97. Scholar in Biology, Clark Univer- 
sity, Worcester, Mass. 
Dole, Howard Hawes, I, II, 1905-07. With E. C. Jordan & Co., Portland, 

Me. 



122 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Dole, Myron W(ilkinson), II, '04- Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Dole, Richard B., V, 1902-03. 
Doliber, Franklin W(hitney), IX, '97. Secretary and Acting Treasurer, 

]\Iellin's Food Co., of North America, 221 Columbus Ave., Boston, 

Mass. 
Dolke, Frank C(linton), VI, XIII, 1907-09. Secretary , Treasurer and General 

^Manager, Lone Pine Poultry Farm, \'alleyford. Wash. 
Dolke, WUlliam) Fred, Jr., IV, '08, IV, S.M., '09. Architect, care of E. T. P. 

Graham, 20 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Dolliver, Henry F(rancis), I, 'n. With Aberthaw Construction Co., 

Carroll and Hydraulic Sts., Buffalo, N.Y. 
Donald, H(arry) W(alker), III, 1901-04. The Richmond, New Brighton, 

N.Y. 
Donaldson, John, III, 1903^6. Secretary of The Denver Fire Clay Co., 

Denver, Colo. 
Donham, B(enjaniin) C(urtis), I, '95- Civil Engineer, B. C. Donham & 

Co., 52 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Donham, George H(ernianj, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1899-01. Instructor of 

]\Ianual Training, Manchester, N.H. 
Donlan, Lawrence E(dward), 1903-04. 14 Oakview Terrace, Jamaica Plain, 

Mass. 
Donlon, S. J. Alphonsus J., VI, i888-8p. President, Georgetown University, 

Washington, D.C. 
Donn, Edward W(ilton), Jr., IV, '91. Of Wood, Donn & Deming, Archi- 
tects, 808 Seventeenth St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 
Donnell, Francis M., II, 1885-88. Died October 23, 1892. 
Donnell, Harry D., IX, 1894-9S, 1896-57- 
Donnelly, Richard (G.) A(ugustusj, Jr., VI, 1903-05. Merchant, 12 South 

Broad St., Trenton, N.J. 
Donnewald, Albert K(enry), III, '07. Care of American Institute of Mining 

Engineers, Dr. Joseph Struthers, Sec, 23 W. 39th St., New York, 

N.Y. 
Donovan, Jeremiah J., VI, 1901-03. West St., Randolph, Mass. 
Donovan, John A(ugustine), IX, '97. General Insurance Business, Dono- 
van Bldg., Lowell, Mass. 
Donovan, J(ohn) J(oseph), IV, '06. Architect, Palmer & Hornbostel, 

Oakland, Cal. 
Donovan, William H(enry), II, '03. 
Dooley, John J(ames), VI, '03. Electrical Engineer, Proctor & Gamble 

Co., Milliken, Staten Island, N.Y. 
Dooley, William H., S.B., V, 1897-00. Principal, Lowell Industrial School, 

Lowell, Mass. 
Doolittle, O(rrin) S(age), V, '86. New York Representative, Semet-Solway 

Co. of Syracuse, 100 William St., New York, N.Y. 
Doran, James F., II, 1899-02. P.O. Box 391, Danbur>', Conn. 
Dorchester, Ernest D., 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER I23 

Dore, Clement J(oseph), I, X, 1905-06. 40 Howland St., Roxburj', Mass. 

Dore, "Walter J., IX, 1886-88. 

Dorey, William A(sbury), III, '00. Chief Engineer, Holophane Glass Co., 

Newark, Ohio. 
Dorman, Theodore T(aylor), LL.M., X, '93. Treasurer, Indian Head 

Plantations, Upper Montclair, N.J. 
Dornberger, Herbert Schumann, I, '10. With American Bridge Co., Am- 

b ridge, Pa. 
Dorr, Dudley A(pthorp), 1867-68. Lawyer, 608 Tremont Building, Boston, 

Mass. 
Dorr, E(dgar) S(utton), I, '75. Chief Engineer-in-charge, Sewer Division, 

Street Department, City of Boston, 30 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 
Dorr, Edwin N(athan), IV, 1900-02. 
Dorr, Frank Hayes, VI, '91 . Died January 8, 1 897. 
Dorr, George, Jr., 1888-89. Vice-President, Northwestern Automobile Co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Dorrance, Amos P., 1883-84. Helena, Mont. 
Dorrance, J(ohn) T(hompson), Ph.B., V, '95. Vice-President and General 

Manager, Joseph Campbell Co., Camden, N.J. 
Dorrance, William T(ully), I, '96. District Engineer, New York Central & 

Hudson River Railroad, Union Station, Albany, N.Y. 
Dorsey, Farnum F., I, II, 1897-99- Patent Attorney, Osgood, Davis & 

Dorsey, Wilder Building, Rochester, N.Y. 
Dorsey, James T., '81, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1881-83. 
Dorsey, Thomas F(rancis), I, '07. 93 Clarkson St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Dort, G(ilman), 1877-78. New England Manager, Henry K. Wampole 

& Co., I Washington St., Boston, Mass. 
Dort, J(oseph) C(uinmings), I, '09. Junior Engineer, Water Resource 

Branch, U.S. Geological Survey, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Doten, Alfred R(ussell), II. '97. Special Agent, Plymouth Coidage Co., No. 

Plymouth, Mass. 
Doten, John G(ooding), x, 1902-03. 456 Beale St., E. Milton, Mass. 
Doten, William L(eslie), ll, '04. With the Lamson Consolidated Store 

Service Co., 161 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Doty, George F., VI, XllI, 1896-97. Cashier, Spokane Drug Co. (Wholesale), 

Spokane, Wash. 
Doucette, J(ohn) Ellis, VI, VIII, 1904-06. Steward, North Reading State 

Sanatorium, North Wilmington, Mass. 
Dougal, William M., 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Dougherty, Proctor L(ambert), VI, '97. Electrical Engineer, Otis Elevator 

Co., Boston, Mass. 
Doughty, Stewart B., ix, 1899-01. 

Douglas, Alice Brooks, V, 1902-03. Died October 23, 1909. 
Douglas, John Frederic Howard, VI, '05. Instructor in Electrical Engi- 
neering, Sibley College, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 
Douglas, Walter G., iv, 1891-92. 



124 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Douglas, W(illia)m B., 1882-84. Vice-President of W. & B. Douglas, 
Pump Manufacturers, 181 Broad St., Middletown, Conn. 

Douglass, Arthur S(ylvester), 1, 1903-08. 164 Harvard St., Brookline, Mass. 

Douglass, W(alter) B (alley), I, '92. Vice-President and General Manager, 
New England Structural Co., Everett, Mass. 

Dove, John, IV, 1891-94. Litchfield, Conn. 

Dow, Benj(amin) W(arren), II, '09. Engineer, with Stone & Webster 
Engineering Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Dow, Clarence "W., I, 1907-08. With Dow Manufacturing Co., Detroit, 
Mich. 

Dow, Daniel Frederick, I, 1900-04. Fairfield & Dow, Civil Engineers, 
Mineola, N.Y. 

Dow, Florence. See Elkins. 

Dow, Leander A(llen), IV, '10. Architectural Draughtsman, with John K. 
Dow, iioi Paulsen Building, Spokane, Wash. 

Dow, Richard E(rnest), V, '01. Chemist-in-charge, Nitric Acid Depart- 
ment, General Chemical Co. of California, Martinez, Cal. 

Dow, Sterling T(ucker), V, 1887-90. Kennebunk, Me. 

Dow, Willard WCellman), IX, '01. Assistant Treasurer, Stone & Webster 
Management Association, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Dow, W(illia)m H(animond), I, 1885-88. Treasurer and Business Manager, 
Evening Express Publishing Co., Publishers of Portland Evening 
Express and Portland Sunday Telegram, 12 Monument Sq., Portland, 
Me. 

Dowd, Elizabeth G(ertrude), VIII, XII, 1893-96. 

Downes, AlfredK(imball),I, '97. Lunenburg Bank Bldg., Kenbridge, Va. 

Downes, A(rthur) C(aldwell), V, '04. Chemist, Crouse-Tremaine Works, 
National Carbon Co., Fostoria, Ohio. 

Downes, Charles C, 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Downes, John, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1891-92. Died July, 1909. 

Downes, John E., 1895-96. 

Downey, Frederick Aloysius, II, 1906-07. West St., Hyde Park, Mass. 

Downey, Julian B., VI, 1889-90. 

Downing, George M., VI, 1889-90. West Chester, Pa. 

Downs, Loren N(oxen), Jr., VI, '10. Assistant, Commercial Engineering 
Department, New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Dows, Amos H(ovey), VI, 1904-07. 136 Smith St., Lowell, Mass. 

Dowse, W(illia)ni B(aldwin), IV, '74. (Retired.) Care, Bigelow & Dowse 
Co., 229 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 

Doyle, Edward L., VI, 1900-02. 24 Thwing St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Dozier, Henrietta Cutting, iv, '99. Architect, 715 Peters Building, Atlanta, 
Ga. 

Drach, Gustave W., IV, 1881-82. Architect, Union Trust Building, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Drake, Albert Wesley, VI, '95. With the American Telephone & Telegraph 
Co., 917 Havemeyer Building, New York, N.Y. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 125 

Drake, Bradford W(inslow), II, 1903-04- With the Tanners Cut Sole Co., 

321 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 
Drake, Charles A., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Drake, Charles K(endall), 1887-88. 
Drake, Charles S(uinner), 1,1895-98. Ranchman, 1638 Park PL, Wichita, 

Kans. 
Drake, C(hester) F(rancis), XI, '98. Superintendent, Filtration Division, 

Bureau of Water, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Drake, Francis E(dward), Jr., II, 1901-05. With the Lynn Gas & Electtric 

Co., 90 Exchange St., Lynn, Mass. 
Drake, Frank, III, 1893-94. Mining Engineer, 1845 Commercial National 

Bank Building, Chicago, 111. 
Drake, Harlow B., 1868-69. 

Drake, Henry P(hilkins), XI, '04. Hydrographer, Pittsburgh Hydro- 
Electric Co., P.O. Box 855, Connellsville, Pa. 
Drake, Raymond E(dward), V, '08. Consulting Chemist, Weber and Drake, 

729 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Drake, Whitford, (Annapolis), xniA,S.M.,'ii. 212 Bacon St., Waltham, Mass. 
Draper, Alfred E., 1889-90. With Draper Brothers Co., Canton, Mass. 
Draper, Charles W(ardwell), IV, 1890-91. 
Draper, Clifton Nathan, V, '08. Assistant Chemist, Office of Public Roads, 

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 
Draper, Eben S., 1874-76. With Draper Co., Hopedale, Mass. 
Draper, F(red) W(allace), ill, '95. Consulting Engineer, Guadalajara 

Jalisco, Mexico. 
Draper, Geo(rge) A., 1872-74. Treasurer, Draper Co., Hopedale, Mass. 
Draper, G(eorge) O(tis), 11, 1883-87. President, Draper-Latham Magneto 

Co., 118 W. 57th St., New York, N.Y. 
Draper, George T., 1891-94. Died February 6, 1895. 
Draper, Harry, 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Draper, Harry R(eed), I, 1903-08. Civil Engineer, Elevated and Subway 

Construction, Boston Elevated Railway, 615 Main St., Charlestown, 

Mass. 
Draper, Herbert K(ingsley), II, 1900-03- President, Champion-Draper Co.; 

Treasurer, Woburn Leather Co., 49 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 
Draper, J(ames) Simmer, 1885-86. Real Estate Operator, 16 State St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Draper, Jason T., A.B., A.M., 1884-85. Teacher, Head of Science Depart- 
ment, Holyoke High School, Holyoke, Mass. 
Draper, John H., 1900-02. Pleasant St., Canton, Mass. 
Draper, Joseph P(orter), LL.B., IX, '00. Lawyer, 15 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Draper, Nelson C, VI, VIII, 1882-85. General Manager, Light and Power 

Co., Sioux Falls, S.D. 
Draper, P(aul) A(ugustus), II, 1903-04. 515 Monadnock Building, San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Draper, Robert M(ay), III, '98. Superintendent, Smelter Department, 

ment, United States Metal Refining Co., Chrome, N.J. 



126 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Dray, Walter R(emy), B.A., II, 'lo. With Fairbanks, Morse & Co., 900 

Wabash Ave., Chicago, III. 
Dresser, Caroline M(uzzy), 1900-01. Castine, Me. 
Dresser, H(enry) C(hester), ll, '92. General Manager, The Oconee Mills 

Co. and Middleburg Mills, Westminster, S.C. 
Drew, Albert Thompson, X, '98. Died November 6, 1901. 
Drew, Alden G., IX, 1900-04. 59 Brooks St., Brookline, Mass. 
Drew, Charles D(avis), I, '99. Superintendent of Construction, J. G. 

White & Co., Ltd., of 9 Cloak Lane, London, England, Cordoba, 

Argentina. 
Drew, Cha(rle)s Henry, II, 1900-03. Automobile Repairer, Arborvvay 

Garage, Forest Hills, Mass. 
Drew, Harry H., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Drew, Henry Hills, 1881-83, School of Mechanic Arts. Gold Refiner, Joseph L. 

Drew & Son, 3 Province Ct., Boston, Mass. 
Drew, Louis L., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Drew, "W(illia)m N(oel), X, 'n. Chemical Engineer, 311 East Hollywood 

Boulevard, Hollywood, Cal. 
DriscoU, Francis B(Iair), I, 'or. Exchange Fundamental Plan Engineer, 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Day St., New York, N.Y. 
Driscoll, James, V, 1898-01. With Trenton Rubber Manufacturing Co., 

Trenton, N.J. 
Driscoll, James M(ichael), I, '96. Superintendent, Holyhood Cemetery 

Association, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
Driscoll, Joseph, I, '96. Engineer and Contractor, 82 Washington St., 

Brookline, Mass. 
Driscoll, Timothy J(oseph), VI, '99. With the Pennsylvania Steel Co., 

Steelton, Pa. 
Drisko, William J(ohnson), VIII, '95. Associate Professor of Physics, Mas- 
sachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Driver, David R., 1900-01 . 
Drown, Henry C(arruth), II, 1905-06. Mechanical Engineer, with Stone & 

Webster, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Drowne, Elizabeth R., 1887 88. 
Druehl, Hugo W., II, 1899-00. Manager, Druehl & Franklin, Druggists, 

89 M St., Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Drugan, Edward A(ndrew), III, 1903-04. With the Boston American, 80 

Summer St., Boston, Mass. 
Drugan, William H., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Druley, Waldo P(utnam), (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '08. Assistant Naval 

Constructor, U.S.N., Navy Dept., Washington, D.C. 
Drum, Alphonsus L(igouri), VI, '96. Of A. L. Drum & Co., Consulting and 

Constructing Engineers, 624 American Trust Bldg., Chicago, 111. 
Drury, W(alter) M(aynard), III, '03. Assistant General Manager, Mining 

Department, American Smelting & Refining Co., American Smelters 

Securities Co., Santa Barbara, Chihuahua, Mexico. 



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Dryer, James C, VI, 1895-98. Carriage and Automobile Manufacturer, 

13 Canal St., Rochester, N.Y. 
Duane, William M., I, 1885-89. 251 McGregor Ave., Mt. Auburn, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 
Dubbs, Edgar J., 1870-72. 

Du Bois, Barron P(otter), VI, '92. Pay Inspector, U.S.N. , Fleet Paymas- 
ter, U.S. Asiatic Fleet, U.S.S. Saratoga, Asiatic Station via San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Dubois, G(ustavo) A(dolfo), I, '08. Engineer with the Havana Sewer 

System, Havana, Cuba. 
Dubois, Norman A(rmin), V, '01. Dean and Professor of Chemistry, School 

of Pharmacy, Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Du Bois, Warren L(ivingston), B.S., M.S., VI, 1908-09. Cadet Engineer, 

Public Service Corporation, 106 Gordon St., Perth Amboy, N.J. 
Duckworth, Harry Stafford, V, '94. Resident Superintendent, Garner 

Print Works & Bleachery, Garnerville, N.Y. 
Dudley, Carl Chester, 1, 1906-^8. Cotton Manufacturer, with Paul Whitin 

Manufacturing Co., Northbridge, Mass. 
Dudley, Helena S., A.B., V, 1884-85. Head of College Settlement, Denison 

House, 93 Tyler St., Boston, Mass. 
Dudley, Henry H(arrison), VI, '04. Manager for Dudley & Co., Lighting, 

Heating and Ventilating Engineers, 198 North Main St., Natick, 

Mass. 
Dudley, W(illia)m Northrop, IV, 1888-89. Architect, 46 Cornhill, Boston, 

Mass. 
Du Fais, J(ohn) L., A.B., 1876-77. Architect, 53 Everett St., Newport, R.I. 
Duff, Ellen L(oretto) (Sister Loretto Basil), VII, 1896-98. College of St. 

Elizabeth, Convent Station, N.J. 
Duff, Ja(me)s C(harles), V, '86. Food and Drug Expert, 100 Hudson St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Duff, John, M.D., V, '81. Physician, 5 Dexter Row, Charlestown, Mass. 
Duffett, Norman, X, 'n. Research Chemist, S. S. White Dental Manu- 
facturing Co., Prince Bay, S.I., New York. 
Duffield, William Howard, 11, 1906-10. With John McPherson Co., Ltd., 

Shoe Manufacturer, Hamilton, Ontario. 
Duffy, James F(rancis), VI, 'n. Electrical Engineer, American Steel & 

Wire Co., Electrical Cable Works, Worcester, Mass. 
Dufort, Joseph C(ajetan,) IV, 1890-93. 555 St. Antoine St., Montreal, P.Q. 
Duggan, Harrison S., 1890. 

Duke, Allan Hobart, 1904-05. 19 Bartlett Crescent, Brookline, Mass. 
Duker, Henry P., iv, 1883-84. Charles and 38th Sts., Baltimore, Md. 
Duker, Herman H., iv, 1880-82. Manufacturer, Lumber and Wood Work, 

Otto Duker & Co., Albemarle and Fleet Sts., Baltimore, Md. 
Dukes, Richard G., IX, 1891-92. 
Dulude, Frederick J(oseph), I, '01. Structural Engineer, with W. M. 

Meserole, Consulting Engineer, Mechanics Bank Bldg., Brooklyn, 

N.Y. 



128 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Dumaresq, Philip, I, 1890-95. 58 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass. 

Dun, Henry Walke, Jr., I, '09. Bridge Inspector, New York Central & 

Hudson River Railroad, Malone, N.Y. 
Dunbar, Albert V, '95. Superintendent, Distribution Department, Dor- 
chester Division, Boston Consolidated Gas Co., 34 Freeport St., 

Dorchester, Mass. 
Dunbar, Arthur Richards, B.A., V, '10. Chemist with the Hood Rubber Co., 

Watertown, Mass. 
Dunbar, F(rancis) W(illiam), VI, '90. Expert Consulting Engineer and 

Patent Expert, Monadnock Block, Chicago, 111. 
Dunbar, Howard R., II, 1896-00. With the Lamson Consolidated Store 

Service Co., 161 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Dunbar, Kinsley, 1885-87. Contractor and Builder, 15 Exchange St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Dunbar, Ruth, A.B., vn, 1909-11. 43 Centre St., Brookline, Mass. 
Dunbar, W(illiani) O(tis), II, '79. Assistant Engineer, Test Department, 

Pennsylvania Railroad, Altoona, Pa. 
Duncan, Elbridge E., 1887-88. 
Duncan, Harold S(tephen), m, '07- Assistant Mining Engineer, with the 

Old Diminion Copper Mining & Smelting Co., P.O. Box 815 Globe, 

Ariz. 
Duncan, James P., 1884-85. 

Duncan, Robert J., VI, 1889-92. Died October 19, 1896. 
Duncan, W(illiain) W(heeler), B.A., V, '04. Superintendent, Experimental 

Department, Hood Rubber Co., Watertown, Mass. 
Duncklee, Albert C, 1871-74. 
Diincklee, Horace L., 1867-68, 1869-70. 

Duncklee, John B(utler), 1866-68. 35 Fairvlew Ave., South Orange, N.J. 
Dunham, George E(ldredge), V, 1901-04. Died January 24, 1904. 
Dunham, Lewis A(ugustus), I, '91. Consulting Engineer, 42 Broadway, 

New York, N.Y. 
Dunham, Milton C(omelius), ill, '03. Superintendent of Cyanide Plant, 

Albangarez Gold Fields of Costa Rica, Mina Tres Amigos Puntarenas, 

Costa Rica. 
Dimkel, C(harles) A(lexander), II, '10. Mechanical Engineer, 14 Cohasset 

St., Roslindale, Mass. 
Dtmklee, Ivah, 1898-99. 
Dunlap, Chester D (wight), V, 'n. Chemist, Massachusetts Brewing Co., 

235 Heath St., Roxbury, Mass. 
Dunlap, J(oseph) Howard, A.B., II, 'n. Care of Goodyear Tire and Rubber 

Co., 95 Charlotte St., Akron, Ohio. 
Dvmn, Elbridge G., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. Died January 4, 1904. 
Dvmn, George B., 1868-69. Lumber Business, Houlton, Me. 
Dunn, George F., 1871-73. Died May 19, 1893. 

Dunn, Harry W., 1870-71. Manager, R. Y. Dunn & Co., Albany, N.Y. 
Dimn, Hugh D(acre), ni, 1904-05. Mining Engineer, 613 15th St., Denver, 

Colo. 



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Dunn, John F(ranklin), VI, 1901-05. Assistant Electrical Engineer, Gibbs 

& Hill, Consulting Engineers, 7th Ave. and 32d St., New York, N.Y. 
Dunn, W. Charles, II, 1893-96. Superintendent, Axe Factory, Nann Edge 

Tool Co., Mill Hall, Pa. 
Dunnington, FrancisHowison, B.A., VI, '09. Assistant Electrical Engineer, 

Ontario Power Co., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 
Dunphe, C(arroll) S., 1885-87. District Superintendent, Street Cleaning 

Department, City of New York, 212 East 3rd St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Dunphy, John Edward, 1907-08. 102 Cumberland St., Portland, Me. 
Dunwoody, Preston Y., iv, IX, 1897-99. Died September 28, 1903. 
Dupee, James A., IV, 1892-94. Assistant Receiving Teller, Eliot National 

Bank, Boston, Mass. 
duPont, Alfred I., 1882-84. Vice-President, E. I. duPont de Nemours 

Powder, Co., Wilmington, Del. 
duPont, Henry B(erlin), X, '94. Died July 8, 1902. 
duPont, Irenee, X, '97, X, S.M., '98. With the E. I. duPont de Nemours 

Powder Co., Wilmington, Del. 
duPont, Lammot, I, '01. Division Superintendent, E. I. duPont de Nemours 

Powder Co., Wilmington, Del. 
duPont, Maurice, VI, 1884-87. 
duPont, Pierre S(aniuel), V, 'go. Treasurer, E. I. duPont de Nemours 

Powder Co., Wilmington, Del. 
duPont, T(homas) C(oleman), lll, 1880-83. President, E. I. duPont de 

Nemours Powder Co., Johnstown Passenger Railway Co., Central 

Coal & Iron Co., Wilmington Trust Co., Wilmington, Del. 
duPont, William, 1874-75- "Montpelier," Orange County, Va. 
Durant, F(rederick) Clark, Jr., XllI, 1899-03. Banker, Land Title Building, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Durbin, Joseph "W(ilbur), VI, '02. Secretary and Treasurer, Improved 

Moulding Manufacturing Co., 4140 Kensington Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Durfee, Nathan, II, '89. Cotton and Cloth Broker, 36 Rock St., Fall 

River, Mass. 
Durgin, Clara I(sabel), V, '00. Biologist, Massachusetts State Board of 

Health, 502 State House, Boston, Mass. 
Durgin, Edmund H., IX, 1896-97. 

Durgin, M(atthew) F(rancis), VI, 1905-08. Testing in Small Motor Depart- 
ment, General Electric Co., West Lynn, Mass. 
Durgin, W(illia)m A(ndrew) VI, '02. Testing Engineer, Commonwealth 

Edison Co., 28 North Market St., Chicago, 111. 
Durham, C(harles) W(miam), A.B., I, 1869-70. Civil Engineer, U.S. War 

Department, Rock Island, III. 
Dustan, Robert J(affrey), 1871-76. 
Dutton, A(lbert) L, 1898-99. Advertising Manager, Metzger Motor Car 

Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Dutton, Edgar F(ulton), VI, '88. Electrical Engineer, General Electric 

Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
Dutton, Francis Bird, A.B., x, '00. Manager, Lebanon Furnaces, The 

Pennsylvania Steel Co., Lebanon, Pa. 

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130 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Dutton, Henry S., IV, 1894-95. Civil Engineer, City Street Improvement 

Co., 312 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, Cal. 
Dutton, Julia M., V, 1881-82. Physician, 250 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. 
Dutton, WCilliam) Stillman, IV, 1889-91. Architect, 611 New England 

Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Dwelley, Edwin Forrest, I, '90. Consulting Engineer, Dwelley & Oilman, 

Incorporated, 38 Exchange St., Lynn, Mass. 
Dwight, Carl Wood, I, 1907-09. Burlington, Iowa. 
Dwight, John F(rancis), Jr., II, 1904-05. 25 Algonquin St., Dorchester, 

Mass. 
Dwight, Joseph, IV, 1901-06. 235 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Dwight, William B., 1896-97. 1323 Davis St., Evanston, 111. 
Dwyer, Emmett, II, 1901-04. Assistant Superintendent, Michigan Stove 

Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Dwyer, Herbert F., X, 1895-96. Clerk, Custom House, Boston, Mass. 
Dwyer, John Richard, IV, '97. Architect, 601 Chemical Building, St. 

Louis, Mo. 
Dyar, Harrison G(ray), Ph.D., A.M., V, '89. Custodian of Lepidoptera, 

U.S. National Museum, Washington, D.C. 
Dye, Robert C, 1888-89. 

Dyer, Bertina, VII, 1905-06. Holbrook, Mass. 
Dyer, Brainerd, B.A., V, '09. In charge of Publicity Division, National 

Carbon Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Dyer, Harry W(ing), IV, 1892-95. 3 West 29th St., New York, N.Y. 
Dyer, John, Jr., IV, 1890-91, 1892-94. Builder, 14 Albany County Bank 

Building, Albany, N.Y. 
Dyer, K(irk) W(orrell), B.S., X, '07. Secretary-Treasurer, Frisbie Motor 

Co., Middletown, Conn. 
Dyer, R(alph) L(eighton), xill, 1902-07. Hydraulic Engineer, of Frauler 

& Dyer, P.O. Box 474, Walla Walla, Wash. 
Dyer, S(terling) B(urton), II, 'n. Draughtsman, Boston & Albany Rail- 
road, Allston Car Shops, Allston, Mass. 
Dyer, W(illiam) F(uller), 1, 1870-71. Real Estate Broker, Manning & Dyer, 

612 Edmond Sc, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Eadie, J(ohn) C(harles), Vl, 1902-05. Electrical Engineer, Hale, West 
Manchester, England. 

Eagan, S(ylvester) B(roezel), B.A., III, 1903-04. President, Hotel Broezel 
Co., Hotel Broezel, Buffalo, N.Y. 

Eagar, G(eorge) (Everett) T(raver), 1898-99. Electrical Engineer, Indus- 
trial Control Department, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Eager, Frank J(oseph), ill, '02. With the North American Lead Co., 
Fredericktown, Mo. 

Eager, W(illia)m H(osmer), VI, '04. Treasurer, The Whitman & Barnes 
Manufacturing Co., Akron, Ohio. 

Eames, Charles H(olmes), VI, '97. Principal, Lowell Textile School, 
Lowell, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER I3I 

Eames, David D(arby), II, '06. With Lockwood, Green & Co., 93 Federal 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Eames, Edward A., VI, 1892-96. Manager, Electric Light Stations, 507 
White Building, Buffalo, N.Y. 

Eames, Herbert H., 1874-75- 

Eames, H(erbert) S(eton), II, '08. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, 
Rhode Island State College, Kingston, R.I. 

Eames, J(esse) J(ennings), II, '02. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Earl, Edward, ll, 1887-90. Secretary and Manager, W. D. Earl & Co., Inc., 
40 Spruce St., Leominster, Mass. 

Earle, Frederic E(dward), 11, '06. Of Earle, Griffin & Co., Steam Fitters 
and Rigging Contractors, 55 South Water St., New Bedford, Mass. 

Earle, Stephen C, 1868-69. 

Early, F(rancis) H(orn), 1905-06. Marine Engineer and Naval Architect, 
with Frank A. Early & Co., 29 South LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. 

Easterbrooks, Clifton C(lark), II, '04. Engineer, Heating and Ventilat- 
ing Department, Buffalo Forge Co., Broadway and Mortimer St., 
Buffalo, N.Y. 

Eastham, Barry C, VI, 1901-03. Eugene, Ore. 

Eastman, Albert G(oodhue), iv, 1892-93. 

Eastman, George L., II, 1866-67. 

Eastman, Guy Warner, VIII, '04. Died May 18, 1907. 

Eastman, Henry F(rench), II, '88. Mechanical Engineer, National Calfskin 
Co., Peabody, Mass. 

Eastman, Joseph B., 1870-72. 96 Equitable Building, Boston, Mass. 

Eastwood, E(verett) O(wen), M.A., C.E., XIII, '02. Professor of Mechanical 
Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash. 

Eastwood, Samuel, 1864-66. 

Eastwood, "W(illia)m F(irth), 1903-04. Teacher of Manual Training, 276 
Meridian St., East Boston, Mass. 

Eaton, Arthur H., II, 1900-01. 

Eaton, Carleton Whidden, XIII, 1907-08. Calais, Me. 

Eaton, C(harles) A(lbert), II, '07. Lieutenant, Ordnance Department, 
U.S.A., Sandy Hook Proving Ground, Fort Hancock, N.J. 

Eaton, Charles S(umner), IV, '78. President and Treasurer, Thompson's 
Spa, 219 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 

Eaton, Charles WCilliam), l, 1881-84. Contractor for Harbor Improve- 
ments, Haverhill, Mass. 

Eaton, Ella E., 1890-91. See Gill, Mrs. A. C. 

Eaton, Everett L., II, 1890-94. 

Eaton, F(rederick) M(alcolm), X, '05. Chemist, Eaton-Philbrick Labora- 
tories, 444 Market St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Eaton, Frederick S., 1876-77. 

Eaton, Frederick W., 1882-84. 

Eaton, George H., 1882-84. 

Eaton, Gordon, 1886-87. 



132 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Eaton, Harold Irving, VI, XI, 1905-08. 62 Taylor St., Waltham, Mass. 
Eaton, Henry C(harles), II, '99. Foreman, Engineering Department, Wal- 
tham Watch Co., 62 Lyman St., Waltham, Mass. 
Eaton, Henry D(ouglas), VI, 1902-04. 
Eaton, James, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1892-93. Teacher, University of 

Vermont, Burlington, Vt. 
Eaton, Lewis D(iman), II, 1901-03. Died March 17, 1907. 
Eaton, Maria S., 1890-91. Teacher, 6 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Eaton, R(alph) W(aldo), VI, '03. Commercial Engineer, Westinghouse 

Electric & Manufacturing Co., 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Eaton, "Warren Moseley, II. 1904-09. 40 Appleton St., Waltham, Mass. 
Eaton, W(illia)m "W(ise), II, '97- 1012 Callowhill St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Eayrs, N. "W., 1871-72. Deceased. 

Eberhart, Herman, 1896-97. 475 Burnside St., Portland, Ore. 
Eberle, John C(hristian), VI, 1902-03. Martin-Eberle Carpet and Drapery 

Co., 1640-44 California St., Denver, Colo. 
Echeverria, Carlos Porfirio, II, 1907-10. 
Eckel, Geo(rge) R(obert), IV, 1901-03. Architect, Eckel & Aldrich, 1105 

Corby-Forsee Building, St. Joseph, Mo. 
Eddy, Geo(rge) H., Jr., 1871-73. Cashier, Fall River National Bank, 

Fall River, Mass. 
Eddy, Harold C(Iinton)", e.m., Ill, 1904-05- Mining Engineer, 150 Post St., 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Eddy, Lloyd Champlin, VI, 1907-08. 250 Loekwood St., Providence, R.I. 
Eddy, William H(oward), 1881-84. Fall River, Mass. 
Eddy, W(illia)m O(sgood), VI, '03. Manager, San Francisco Branch, 

Victor Electric Co., 150 Post St., San Francisco, Cal. 
Edes, Edward L(ouis), I, '09. Assistant Engineer, Northwestern Pacific 

Railroad Co., Dyerville, Cal. 
Edes, "William Gushing, I, '75- Chief Engineer, Northwestern Pacific 

Railroad, Room 909 Phelan Building, San Francisco, Cal. 
Edge, A(lan) F(rancis), V, '09. Chemist, with the Corn Products Refining 

Co., Argo, Cook Co., III. 
Edgecombe, "W(illiam) H(endrik), II, '04. Bonus Supervisor, Atchison, 

Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad, La Junta, Colo. 
Edgerly, Daniel "W(ilbert), V, '98. v, S.M., '99. Secretary, The Debevoise 

Co., Manufacturers of Paints and Varnishes, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Edgerton, Charles R., 1886-88. 
Edgett, Horace P(eirce), I, Vlll, 1883-89. 
Edmands, Frederick L(incoln), M.P.L., n, '97. With Patent Department, 

United Shoe Machinery Co., 205 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 
Edmands, John Rayner, II, '69. Died March 26, 1910. 
Edmonds, C(harles) A(shton), II, '08. With the Goodyear Tire and Rubber 

Co., Akron, Ohio. 
Edmonds, Louis, VIII, 1888-89. 
Edmunds, Howard M(aurice), VI, '05. Electrical Engineer, with Sturte- 

vant Engineering Co., 147 Queen Victoria St., London, Eng. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 133 

Edson, Warren A(dams), II, 'oo. Deputy Smoke Inspector, State of Mas- 
sachusetts, 603 Ford BIdg, 15 Ashburton PL, Boston, Mass. 

Edwards, Addie E., V, 1886-87. See Paris, Mrs. Louis J. 

Edwards, Ariel Ballou, IX, 1890-93. Hotel and Real Estate Business, St. 
James Hotel, Woonsocket, R.I. 

Edwards, Arthur Vincent, IV, '89. Died August 3, 1897. 

Edwards, Carl F(rancis), B.S., XIII, '06. With Board of Fire Underwriters 
of the Pacific, 318 Security Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Edwards, C(harles), Jr., XIII, 1907-10. Agent Hamburg-American Line, 
41-45 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Edwards, Charles F(rancis), 1874-78. West Haverstraw, N.Y. 

Edwards, Harry O., '84, School of Mechanic Arts. Advertising Manager, 
Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 212 West King St., Toronto, 
Ontario. 

Edwards, Henry E(mnier), IV, 1890-92. Court House, cor. Market and 
Forest Sts., Washington, Ohio. 

Edwards, James H., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Edwards, Robert S., V, 1900-02. 12 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Edwards, William, '88, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Edwards, William F., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Egan, Gilbert J., 1891-92. 

Egan, J(ohn) M(yers), VI, 1898-99. Contracting Engineer, Amboy, III. 

Egan, Raymond W., II, 1907-09. Edge Cliff Road, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Egan, Seymour J(oseph), XIII, '07. Draughtsman, Office of Superintend- 
ing Constructor, New York Shipbuilding Co., Camden, N.J. 

Egerton, Charles O., 1899-04. Designer, Hudson Motor Car Co., Detroit, 
Mich. 

Ehle, A(rchibald) H., II, 1898-00. Manager, Electric Locomotis^e Depart- 
ment, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Eichler, Walter G(ottfried), II, '05. Assistant Master Mechanic, Lower 
Pacific Mills, Lawience, Mass. 

Einstein, Reuben, vi, 1902-03. 

Eisele, Herman, XIII, '05. A^echanical Engineer, 412 Century Building, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Eisendrath, Simeon B., IV, 1887-89. Architect, 500 Fifth Ave., New York, 
N.Y. 

Eisenhart, Martin H(erbert),B.S., X, '07. Assistant Superintendent, Chem- 
ical Plant, Eastman Kodak Co., Kodak Park, Rochester, N.Y. 

Elbert, John Jacob, X, '09. Student, University of Berlin, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 

Elbert, Samuel Bass, ill, '00. Mining Engineer, Yerington, Nev. 

Elder, Edwin A., VI, 1895-96. Died December, 1895. 

Elder, Flint C(ummings), V, 1903-08. With American Steel and Wire Co., 
Worcester, Mass. 

Elder, George J., 1886-87, School of Mechanic Arts. Truckman, 116 Border 
St., East Boston, Mass. 



134 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Elder, Gordon W(yman), v, 1906-10. Chemist, India Rubber Co., New 

Brunswick, N.J. 
Elder, Harriet B., VII, 1899-00. 
Elder, Herman S., 1885-87. Lewistown, Pa. 
Eldredge, Arthlir S., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Eldredge, Edward D., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Eldridge, George F(rederick), V, '92. Of B. Nicoll & Co., (Steel and Iron), 

149 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Eliot, Edward M(unroe), vi, '06. 
Eliot, George, VII, 1883-85. Died July 19, 1892. 
Eliot, Jesse L(ee) R(eno), n, 1882-85. 

Elkins, Florence E. (formerly Dow, Florence E.), 1890-91. Exeter, N.H. 
Ell, C(arl) S(tephens), A.B., XI, 'n. Graduate Student, Massachusetts 

Institute of Technolog}', Boston, Mass. 
EUery, Benjamin F., 1867-68. 
Ellery, James Benjamin, v, '99. Chemist, Illinois State Department 

of Factory Inspection, 1103 Security Building, Chicago, 111. 
Ellinger, Julien O(rlopp), 71,1884-85. Army and Navy Club, New York, 

N.Y. 
Elliot, Bernard G., in, 1898-99. Traveling Salesman, New^onville, Mass. 
Elliot, Geo(rge) B(uxton), iv, i87o--73- In Real Estate Business, 209 

Washington St., Boston, Mass. 
Elliot, Geo(rge) T(racy), 1869-71. Proof-reader, Riverside Press, Cam- 

bridgeport, Alass. 
Elliot, Joseph K(ittredge), IX, '04. 65 Stanton St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Elliot, Richard O., IX, 1892-96. Care of Dunn & Elliot, Thomaston, Me. 
Elliott, Frank S(pencer), III, '05. Printer, Perry & Searle Co., 313 Broad 

St., Lynn, ]\lass. 
Elliott, Harold C(lifford), 1, 1902-04. 11 Ruskin St., W. Roxbury, Mass. 
Elliott, Harriet V(amimi), v, 1902-03. 

Elliott, Montgomery, VI, 1906-07. Secretary, Butler Art Shoes, Incorpo- 
rated, 1015 Kearn's Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Elliott, S(oplironia) Maria, 1895-96. Assistant Professor in Household 

Economics, Simmons College, Boston, Mass. 
Ellis, Alexander, m, 1904-07. 28 Ellsworth Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 
Ellis, Carleton, V, '00. Industrial Research Chemist., President, Ellis- 
Foster Co., Vice-President, Chadeloid Chemical Co., 92 Greenwood 

Ave., Montclair, N.J. 
Ellis, David A., v, 1896-97. Lawyer, 131 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Ellis, Fred E., n, 1884-88. General Contractor, 186 Upham St., Melrose, 

Mass. 
Ellis, Herbert A(loysius), 1904-05. 473 Meiidian St., E. Boston, Mass. 
Ellis, John, VI, '94. Manager, Electric Light & Power Plant, Lonsdale 

Co., Lonsdale, R.I. 
Ellis, Leslie B(urton), I, '08. Civil Engineer, with The Metropolitan 

Water & Sewerage Board, i Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 



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Ellis, Ridsdale, XIV, '09. Patent Agent, W. P. Thompson & Co., 6 Lord 
St., Liverpool, England. 

Ellis, Rolfe Marsh, V, '95. Died January 21, 1902. 

Ellis, "Walter, VI, 1886-90. Experimental Farmer, "View the View," Scit- 
uate, Mass. 

Ellis, Walter Ho we, I. '95. Died October 4,1899. 

Ellis, Warren H., Jr., V, 1882-84. 

Ellis, William F(rederick), Jr., 1872-73. 27 Pine St., New York, N.Y. 

EUms, J(oseph) W(ilton), V, 1889-92. Chemist, Superintendent of Filtra- 
tion, Cincinnati Water Works, 2812 Madison Road, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Ellsworth, Alfred Burnham, l, '88. Died January 10, 1893. 

Ellsworth, John T(hayer), III, X, 1904-08. 512 Pearl St., Joplin, Mo. 

EUsv/orth, Julia, 1895-96. See Blau, Mrs. M. F. 

Elmer, Charles W(ickersham), VI, '04. With the Simplex Electrical Co., 
201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Elmer, Robert F., VI, 1889-90. 

Elsas, Victor H(ugo), 1900-01. 

Elson, Arthur, A.B., X, '97. Writer and Author, 811 Beacon St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Elton, Herbert C(harles), I, '09. Civil Engineer, New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad Co., Room 133, General Offices, New Haven, Conn. 

Elwell, David, VI, '04. With the Sales Department, Westinghouse Electric 
& Manufacturing Co., 165 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Elwell, H(enry) R(eid), X, 1906-08. Care of American Woolen Co., Frank- 
lin, Mass. 

Ely, Charles H., 1893-95- Carter Building, West St., Boston, Mass. 

Ely, Edward F., A.B., IV, '82. Architect, 36 Prospect St., Providence, R.I. 

Ely, S(umner) B(oyer), II, '92. Vice-President, Chester B. Albree Iron 
Works Co., North Side, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Elzner, A(lfred) O., 1883-84. Of Elzner & Anderson, Architects, 136 Ingalls 
Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Emerson, Alexander M(orton), IV, 1907-08. 64 Milton Ave., Hyde Park, 
Mass. 

Emerson, C(arleton), M(urray), II, 1902-05. Sales Engineer, Lamson Con- 
solidated Store Service Co., 306 Century Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

Emerson, C(harles) A(lvin), Jr., B.S., XI, '05. Assistant Engineer, in charge 
of Design and Construction Section, Pennyslvania Department of 
Health, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Emerson, Charles B., 1880-81 , School of Mechanic Arts. San Juan, Porto Rico. 

Emerson, Charles Joseph, XIII, '04. Treasurer, Emerson Apparatus Co., 
251 Causeway St., Boston, Mass. 

Emerson, Edward C, 1896-97. 

Emerson, Frank, l, 1895-96, 1897-98. 100 Glen Oak Ave., Peoria, 111. 

Emerson, Frank N(elson), A.B., IV, '01. Architect, Hewitt & Emerson, 
Architects, 321 Main St., Peoria, 111. 

Emerson, G(eorge) Dana, VI, '99. Assistant Engineer, Boston Transit 
Commission, 15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 



136 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Emerson, G(eorge) I(rving), XI, 1905-09. Insurance Engineer, New England 
Bureau of United Inspection, 71 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 

Emerson, George Stone, X, 1906-08. 40 Irving Ave., Providence, R.I. 

Emerson, Guy C, 1886-89. 4 Brewer St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Emerson, Harrison D., 1885-86. 

Emerson, J(oseph) S(wift), I, '74. Civil Engineer (retired), 802 Spencer 
St., Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Emerson, L(onville) Eugene, A.M., Ph.D., VI, 1892-96. Psychologist, Social 
Service Department, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Mass. 

Emerson, Merton L(eslie), I, '04. General Manager-in-charge of Govern- 
ment Mail Service, American Pneumatic Service Company and Sub- 
sidiary Companies, _i6i Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Emerson, Neil D (avis), VI, '04. Died April 29, 1909. 

Emerson, Ralph D(ammarell), IV, '05. Superintendent of Construction, 
with Codman & Despradelle, Architects, 31 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Emery, Albert G(ordon),V,i904-os. 56 Francis St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Emery, Dan G., 1891-92. 

Emery, Earle C(aldwell), n. III, 1893-97. Oil Producer and Manager of 
I' American Alkali & Acid Co., 43 Main St., Bradford, Pa. 

Emery, Edith G(ertrude), VII, 1902-03. 604 Fifth St., So. Boston, Mass. 

Emery, E(lwood) A(llen), B.L., IV, '90. Vocal Teacher, Chicago Conserv- 
atory, 27 Auditorium Building, Chicago, 111. 

Emery, Everett C, II, 1894-96. Mountain Ranch, Calaveras Co., Cal. 

Emery, Francis F,, Jr., II, 1877-81. 2127 Fourth Ave., Spokane, Wash. 

Emery George W., ill, 1896-99. Draughtsman, 60 Oliver St., Maiden, 
Mass. 

Emery, Herbert C, 1880-81. Died April 13, 1909. 

Emery, H(erbert) Q., 1883-84. Theatrical Manager, Spitz and Nathanson, 
Empire Theatre, Providence, R.I. 

Emery, Howard B., 1888-89, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Emery, J(ames) A(lbert), I, '93- Engineer, Ford, Bacon & Davis, Room 
2010, 115 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Emery, Jessie F., VII, 1892-93. Secretary, International Institute League 
(Spain), The Warren, Roxbury, Mass. 

Emery, Lewis, ill, '00. General Manager, Emery Manufacturing Co. (Oil 
Refiners), Bradford, Pa. 

Emery, Quincy P(ierce), XIII, 1902-05. Manager, Richmond Paper Co., 
Seattle, Wash. 

Emery, Sidney S(heppard), V, 1892-93. Chemist, with the E. I. duPont 
de Nemours Powder Co., Louviers, Colo. 

Emilio, S. Gilbert, III, '07. Dee, Oregon. 

Emmel, Rudolph, III, 'n. Mining Engineer, Care of Testing Depart- 
ment, Consolidation Coal Co., Fairmont, W.Va. 

Emmerton, F(rederick), A(ugustus), V, '72. Analytical Chemist and Met- 
allurgist, 1 50 1 Columbus Road, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Emmons, Arthur B., Ph.D., LL.B., 1867-69. Newport, R.I. 

Emmons, Ervin, 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. 



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Emmons, Hamilton, 1888-89. 

Endres, K(enneth) W(indram), VI, '03. Railway Sales Engineer, Western 
Electric Co., 463 West St., New York, N.Y. 

Enfield, William Lester, vi, 1909-10. 

Englehom, Philip, IV, 1888-90. 1214 W. Fourth St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

England, Paul W(illard), VI, '91. Plant Engineer, Bell Telephone Co., 
of Pennsylvania, 17th and Filbert Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Englis, "W(illiam) F(ranklin), XIII, 1902-06. Of Dickerman & Englis (Whole- 
sale Coal Dealers), 42 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

English, James ¥/., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. President, Palmer Brick 
Co., Lookout Mountain Coal & Coke Co.; Vice-President, Chatta- 
hoochee Brick Co.; Director, 4th National Bank, 4th National Bank 
Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 

Enneking, Norbert Bernard, A.B., ill, 1906-07. Broker, 215 Vine St., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Enouye, Seisuke, I, 1899-01. 70 Dojina, Osaka, Japan. 

Ensworth, George H(unt) C(lark), 1895-96. 

Ensworth, H(orace) H(ayden), VI, '91. Of L. L. Ensworth & Son, Iron 
and Steel Merchants, 104 Front St., Hartford, Conn, 

Eppendorf, J(ohn) G(eorge), IV, '83. Assistant Manager, Flint & Kent, 
Buffalo, N.Y. 

Eppes, Richard, II, '88. Of Horace L. Smith & Co., Dealers in Agricultural 
Implements, 24 Bollingbrook St., Petersburg, Va. 

Erskine, Albert S., 1890-91. 2 High St., Wiscasset, Me. 

Erving, Mrs. (Lootz, Emma), v, Vin, 1897-98. 922 Farragut Sq., Washing- 
ton, D.C. 

Erwin, H. Clayton, 1883-84. 

Estabrook, Herbert William, iv, 1893-94- Vice-President, C. T. Sher\'e Co., 
50-58 Front St., Worcester, Mass. 

Estabrook, Mansfield, a.b., II, '01. With Niles-Bement-Pond Co., iii 
Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Estabrook, Thomas W(inthrop), V, 1901-03. Chief Clerk, Burgess Sulphite 
Fibre Co., Berlin, N.H. 

Estabrook, Willard W., II, 1885-88. 211 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 

Esten, Paul Albert, V, '08. Leather Chemist with Marden, Orth & Hastings, 
208 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 

Estes, Francis T., VI, 1892-95. 

Estes, George Henry, II, 'n. Cotton Manufacturer, with Continental 
Mills, Lewiston, Me. 

Estes, J(oseph) Irving, 1872-73- With the Boston Transcript, 324 Washing- 
ton St., Boston, Mass. 

Estes, Philip S(idney), VI, 1904-05. Englewood Ave., Brookline, Mass. 

Estes, Walter Dalton, A.B., ill. '04. Assistant Chemist, Chicago Paving 
Laboratory, 160 North 5th Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Estey, J. Gray, VII, 1890-92. President, Estey Organ Co., Brattleboro, Vt. 

Esty, William, M.A., VI, '93. Professor, Electrical Engineering, Lehigh 
University, South Bethlehem, Pa. 



138 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Etting, Lee, II, 1907-08. Grand Island, Neb. 

Eustis, Augustus H(emenway), III, 1902-03. Mining Engineer, 131 State 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Eustis, F(rederic) A., Ill, 1902-03. 131 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Eustis, William T., Jr., 1887-88. 

Evans, Albert D., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Evans, D. Howard, II, 1896-97. Lawyer, Higgins, McNeill & Evans, 1428 
Land Title Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Evans, Edward B(urrowes), IV, '06. General Superintendent, D. G. Loomis 
& Sons, P.O. Box 1449, Montreal, Quebec. 

Evans, Ernest C(leveland), II, '07. With the American Steel & Wire Co., 
Worcester, Mass. 

Evans, Frank, 1871-72. Died April 14, 1907. 

Evans, Frederick James, XI, 1907-09, 1910-11. 7 Grafton St., Dorchester, 
Mass. 

Evans, Howard, 1873-76. Mining Engineer, Room 23 Evans Block, Denver, 
Colo. 

Evans, John, VI, '07. Chief Engineer, The Denver Tramway Co., Denver, 
Colo. 

Evans, Jos(eph) D(ean), I, 1897-99- Chief Engineer, Montreal Tramways 
Company, Montreal, Quebec. 

Evans, Joseph S., 1872-73- 

Evans, Owen D(avid), A.B., A.M., 1907-08. Teacher, High School of Com- 
merce, Boston, Mass. 

Evans, "W(ilbur) F., II, 1889-91. Treasurer and Manager, Electric Mainte- 
nance Co., 149 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Evans, W(illia)m A(rchibald), n, '04. Manager of Powdered Fuel Depart- 
ment, Cockburn Co., 126 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. 

Evans, William E(ugene), IV, 1889-93. R.F.D. No. 3, South Framingham, 
Mass. 

Evans, William H., II, 1899-01. 500 Pine St., Locksport, N.Y. 

Eveland, A(rthur) J., Ill, 1897-00, 1901-02. Consulting Mining Engineer 
for Hornblowcr & Weeks, 60 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Eveleth, Charles F(rederic), VI, '9s- Heating and Ventilating Engineer, 
Schoolhouse Department, City of Boston, 120 Boylston St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Eveleth, Edward S(mith), V, 1900-01. 

Everett, Arthur G., 1873-75- Architect, Building Commissioner of the City 
of Boston, Chestnut Hill Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Everett, Charles IV, 1906-07. 42 Parker St., Newton Center, Mass. 

Everett, Edward, 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Everett, Frank Warren, VI, '97. Died June, 1903. 

Everett, Frederic E., 1, 1896-99- Elkins, N.H. 

Everett, Harold A(rthur), XIII, '02. Assistant Professor of Naval Archi- 
tecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Everett, Herbert, 1877-78. Died October 26, 1887. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER . I39 

Everett, J(ulian) F., IV, 1894-95, 1896-98. Architect, 426 Walker Building, 

Seattle, Wash. 
Everett, Shepard S., 1865-66. 
Everett, G. Wilbiir, VI, '09. Instructor, Electrical Engineering, Mechanics 

Institute, Rochester, N.Y. 
Everett, Willard E., 1870-71. Franklin Falls, N.H. 
Everett, William Dexter, ill, '10. 8 AUston St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Ewart, Cha(rle)s "W(allace), III, 1898-00. City Engineer, City Hall, 

Aberdeen, Wash. 
Ewell, Arthur F., 1867-68. 
Ewell, Leonard G., II, 1891-92. Bookkeeper, Old Colony Trust Co., Boston, 

Mass. 
Ewen, Alexander S., 1885-86. Fitchburg, Mass. 
Ewen, Malcolm F(aulkner), IV, '97. Vice-President, John M. Ewen Co., 

Engineers and Builders, 525 Rookery Bldg., Chicago, 111. 
Ewing, Charles, IV, 1894-97. 345 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Ewing, Charles G(oodman), A.B., ill, 1905-08. Bond Department, Com- 
monwealth Trust Co., 509 Laclede Building, St. Louis, Mo. 
Ewing, Mary S., VII, 1895-96. 
Ewing, W(illia)m C(linton), VI, '97. General Manager, The C. H. W. 

Wood Co., Civil Engineers and Surveyors, 1017 Kimball Building, 

Boston, Mass. Superintendent of Wells Memorial Institute, 985 

Washington St., Boston, Mass. 
Ewing, Mrs. William C. (Wood, Florence A.), VIII, '97. 107 Ana wan Ave., 

West Roxbury, Mass. 
Eynon, John S(tuart), VI, '97. Insurance Adjuster and Engineer, with 

John C. Paige & Co., 65 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 
Eyre, Wilson, 1875-76. 929 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Faben, Charles R(eed), 1906-07. 26th and G Sts., N.W., Washington, D.C. 

Fabens, Andrew L(aiirie), A.B., II, '10. With the Aluminum Co. of Amer- 
ica, New Kensington, Pa. 

Fabens, G(eorge) W,, I, '79. Marblehead, Mass. 

Fabens, Samuel Augustus, Jr., I, '73. Died March 14, 1875. 

Faber, Thomas W(illiam), II, '06. Mechanical Engineer, with the Standard 
Steel Car Co., Butler, Pa. 

Fabyan, Francis W., IX, 1889-93. Commission Merchant, 72 Franklin 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Fabyan, Isabel, VIl, 1903-04. Warren St., Brookline, Mass. 

Faelten, Otto, IV, XIII, 1902-04. 71 Crawford St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Fairbairn, John T., II, 1884-85. Hyde Park, Mass. 

Fairbank, Warren H., I, 1872-74. Civil Engineer (retired), Harvard, Mass. 

Fairbanks, Charlotte, V, 1881-82. Teacher, Farmington, Me. 

Fairbanks, Warren E., 1872-75. Clerk and Salesman, Estate of J. A. 
Ferrell, 107A Kingston St., Boston, Mass. 

Fairbanks, William Kendall, VI, 1893-98. Agent, Bigelow Carpet Co., 
Lowell, Mass. 



140 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Fairfield, Edmund J., n, 1889-91. 131 1 Machesney Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Fairfield, George A., 1, 1900-03. Civil Engineer, Fairfield & Dow, Mineola, 
Long Island, N.Y. 

Fairfield, H(erbert) G., I, 1888-90. In Insurance Business, Russell & Fair- 
field; Treasurer, Dorchester Ice Co., 20 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 

Fairfield, "WiUiam, 1877-78. 

Fairlie, Andrew M., V, 1900-01. 

Fales, Elisha Noel, n, 'u. Lake Forest, 111. 

Fales, Harold E., 1889-90. Noith Attleboro, Mass. 

Fales, Helen L(illian), V, '10. Assistant Chemist, Hospital of the Rocke- 
feller Institute for Medical Research, 66th St. and Ave. A, New York, 
N.Y. 

Fales, Henry H(anmiett), II, '03- Engineer, with American Felt Co., 244 
Summer St., Boston, Mass. 

Fales, Otis G(erry), II, '07. Mechanical Engineer and Salesman, with 
the Gregg Co., Limited, Hackensack, N.J. 

Falkenberg, Percy A(bram), VI, 1906-07. 1284 Commonwealth Ave., 
Brookline, INIass. 

Fallon, John H(oward), 1868-70. Manager, Danvers Bleachery, 21 Chest- 
nut St., Salem, Mass. 

Fallon, John Tieman, rv, '07. Architect, 80 Washington Sq., East, New 
York, N.Y. 

Fallon, Nugent, I, 1902-06. Superintendent, Boston Elevated Railway 
Co., 4 P St., So. Boston, Mass. 

Falvey, John J., 1, 1888-91. 15 Rush St., E. Somerville, Mass. 

Falvey, P. Frank A., IX, 1901-03. Died January 14, 1903. 

Fanning, Paul R(evere), HI, '08. Metallurgist, Division of Mines, Bureau 
of Science, Manila, P.I. 

Farley, Arthur C, I, 1868-70. Merchant, Farley, Harvey Co., 141 Essex 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Farley, George L., l, 1892-94. Superintendent of Schools, Brockton, Mass. 

Farley, John W., 1894-95. 

Farley, William F(rederick), I, '06. With the Elevated Division, Boston 
Elevated Railway Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Farmer, George W(hitlock), II, '86. Builder and Real Estate, 5815 Prairie 
Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Farmer, Walter H(avens), I, '02. Engineering Department, Boston & 
Maine Railroad, Nashua, N.H. 

Farnham, Frank R., xm, 1899-03. Advertising Engineer, with McGraw 
Publishing Co., 239 West 39th St., New York, N.Y. 

Farnham, F(rank) S(kinner), VI, 1902-03. With Engineering Department, 
New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Farnham, Geo(rge) B(radford), VI, 1902-03. Crest Road, Wellesley, Mass. 

Farnham, Horace P(orter), 1895-96. Attorney-at-Law, 8 Allen's Block, 
Peabody, Mass. 

Farnham, W(illia)m E(llis), Ph.B., VI, '01. Local Traffic Engineer, Amer- 
ican Telephone & Telgraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER I4I 

Farnsworth, Arthur J(ay), VI, '94. With Stone & Webster Construction 

Co., 333 Forsyth Building, Fresno, Cal. 
Farnsworth, Frank Calvin, iv, 1902-05. Died June i, 1905. 
Farnum, Dwight, ill, VI, 1895-99. Mining Engineer, Denver, Colo. 
Famum, Frederic Reid Coolidge, 1905-06. 
Farquhar, Robert D(avid), A.B., A.d.g.F., iv, '95. Architect, 418 Security 

Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Farquhar, William J(oseph), 1889-90. Secretary and Treasurer, Friendship 

Telephone Co., Care of New York Telephone Co., 321 Montgomery 

St., Syracuse, N.Y. 
Farr, S. Millard, 1871-74- Deceased. 
Farrar, Floyd J(udson), 1897-98. 

Farrell, Frank S(heridan), V, '05. Died February 24, 191 1. 
Farrell, Frederick W(illiam), V, '04. Chief Chemist, The Emerson Labo- 

ratory, 177 State St., Springfield, Mass. 
Farrington, Harold Phillips, S.M., I, '07. Civil Engineer, with Viel^ Black- 
well & Buck, 49 Wall St., New York, N.Y. 
Farrington, Robert D(ouglas), II, '06. Lawyer, 18 Tremont St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Farwell, Arthiir (George), VI, '93. Composer and Author, Editorial Staff, 

Musical America, 505 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Farwell, C(arroll), A(ndrew), I, '06. Division Engineer on Canal Con- 
struction, Medina Irrigation Co., Castroville, Texas. 
Farwell, Clifford A., 1872-73- 
Farwell, Lyman, IV, 1884-87. Architect, 618 and 619 Fay Building, Los 

Angeles, Cal. 
Farwell, R(alph) S., VI, 1894-95- With Oak Woods Cemetery Association, 

Chicago, III. 
Farwell, Raymond E., II, 1896-97. Wells River, Vt. 
Faught, R(ay) C(linton), VI, '98. Agent, General Electric Co., 7 East 

German St., Baltimore, Md. 
Faulkner, F(rederick) R(ichardson), A.B., I, '09. Resident Engineer, 

Kettle Valley Railway, 350 8th Ave., West, Vancouver, B.C. 
Faulkner, John A., 1872-73- President, Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank, 

Lowell, Mass. 
Faulkner, Lothrop H., 1872-73- Insurance & Loans, L. H. Faulkner & 

Co., Aberdeen, Wash. 
Faulkner, Richard, 1906-07. Billerica, Mass. 
Faulkner, Robert, ill, '04. With the Pennsylvania Steel Co., 326 North 

loth St., Lebanon, Pa. 
Faunce, Charles L(oren), IV, 1884-86. Contractor and Builder, 13 Pope 

St., New Bedford, Mass. 
Faimce, Elmer, III, '71. Died July 6, 1882. 
Faunce, George, A.B., lll, '82. President, Pennyslvania Smelting Co., 

P.O. Box 594, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Faunce, Linus, II, '77. Engraver, 100 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 



142 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Faville, William B(aker), IV, 1894-96. 1000 Balboa Building, Second and 
Market Sts., San Francisco, Cal. 

Favor, George W(arren), III, '91. 

Faxon, Francis E(dwin), II, '95. Factory Superintendent, Adriance Piatt 
& Co., Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 

Faxon, George N(athaniel), 1893-94- 

Faxon, Harold C(ushing), II, '08. 17 Winthrop St., W. Newton, Mass. 

Faxon, Harriet, 1899-00. Secretary, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New- 
York, N.Y. 

Faxon, John G(riffin), 1884-85. Insurance Agent, Box 338, Fitchburg, 
Mass. 

Faxon, John Lyman, IV, 1873-74. Architect and Author, 3 Hamilton Place, 
Boston, Mass. 

Faxon, ■W(illia)m Aleck, V, '97. Secretary and Treasurer, Faxon, Williams 
& Faxon, Merchants and Manufacturers, 401 Main St., Buffalo, 
N.Y. 

Fay, Frederic H(arold), I, '93, i. S.M., '94- Division Engineer and Com- 
missioner of Boston and Cambridge Bridges, Bridges and Ferry 
Division, Public Works Department, City of Boston, 60 City Hall, 
Boston, Mass. 

Fay, Harrison P., 1870-71. 

Fay, Harry F(rank), V, 1867-71- President of Mining Companies, 70 State 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Fay, R(alph) B(rooks), A.B., II, 1903-04- Cost Estimator, Automatic Screw 
Machine Products, Perry-Fay Manufacturing Co., Elyria, Ohio. 

Fay, Ralph M., IX, 1884-88. Died November i, 1904. 

Fay, T(hornwell), Jr., B.S., X, 1906-09. With Southern Pacific Railway 
Co., Houston, Texas. 

Fay, Winthrop L(incoln), II, IV, 1894-96. Dexter, Me. 

Fayfield, Robert C, IV, 1893-94- Architect, 887 Ellicott Square Building, 
Buffalo, N.Y. 

Faymonville, LeRoy Bernard, 1901-02, 1903-04, 1905-06. Died January 14, 
1907. 

Fearing, Albert J(ustin), I, '98. Mt. Joy Place, New Rochelle, N.Y. 

Feeley, Arthur E(dward), II, 1902-04. 23 Elizabeth St., Pittsfiield, Mass. 

Feeley, F(rank) G(oodrich), II, '97- With M. D. Knowlton Co., 856 West 
Adams St., Chicago, 111. 

Feemster, J(oseph) H(all), Jr., II, VI. 1902-06. With the Laidlow Dunn 
Gordon Co., Station P,. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Feland, Logan, IV, '92. Captain, U.S. Marine Corps, Marine Barracks, 
U.S. Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Fellows, Cha(rle)s L., 1875-77- Of C. L. Fellows & Co., General Contrac- 
tors, 12 South Main St., Concord, N.H. 

Fellows, Frederick B., 1870-71. Deceased. 

Fellows, J(ohn) H(ibbard), B.S., II, '07- Manager, Niles Plant, The 
Stanley Works, Niles, Ohio. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 143 

Fellows, Otis D., Jr., Ill, 1900-04. Superintendent Baltic Mining Com- 
pany's Stamp ]\IilL Redridge, Houghton Co., Mich. 

Fellows, Raymond Henry, I, IV, 1905-09. 32 Pleasant St., Concord, N.H. 

Feltis, Eva L(oring), IV, 1899-00. See Frazier, Mrs. Bayard R. 

Felton, Fred L., 1894-95- 

Felton, S(amuel) M(orse), C.E., I, '73- President, Chicago Great Western 
Railroad, Peoples Gas Building, Chicago, 111. 

Fenger, Frederick A(bildgaard), xill, 1908-09. Yacht Designer, Winnetka, 
111. 

Fenn, "W(illiam) H(enry), I, '90. President, Manufacturers Contracting 
Co., duPont Building, Wilmington, Del. 

Fenner, Burt L., rv, 1890-91. Architect, 160 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Fanner, D(avid) C(olton), Ph.B., 11, '98. \\'ith International Motor Co., 
30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Fenner, J(ames) H(owland), Vl, 1902-07. 617 Pontiac Ave., Providence, 
R.I. 

Fenollosa, Brenda, IV, 1904-05. See Johnson, Mrs. B. F. 

Ferguson, Edward H., V, 1893-94- 

Ferguson, Finlay F(orbes), A.B., iv, '98. Of Ferguson, Calrow & Taylor, 
Architects, 633-636 Law Building, Norfolk, Va. 

Ferguson, G(eorge) O(nne), l, 1908-09. With Henry C. Hunt & Co., 
Leather Belting Manufacturer, 167 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Ferguson, John B(erton), l, '99. Civil Engineer, J. B. Ferguson & Co., 
Engineers, Hagerstown, Md. 

Ferguson, John N(eil), l, '94. Assistant Engineer, Directors of the Port 
of Boston, 40 Central St., Boston, Mass. 

Ferguson, Louis A(loysius), VI, '88. Second Vice-President, Common- 
wealth Edison Co., 120 West Adams St., Chicago, 111. 

Ferguson, Robert A., ll, 1895-97- 

Ferguson, William B(urder), Jr., (AnnapoUs), xinA, S.M., '04. Assistant 
Naval Constructor, U.S.N., Navy Yard, Boston, Mass. 

Ferguson, William Craig, II, 1905-09. Assistant General Manager, Gilbert 
Hunt Co., Walla Walla, Wash. 

Femald, Mrs. (Manning, Alice L.), 1895-98. 12 Assabet Ave., Concord 
Junction, Mass. 

Femald, Paul E(dmunds), III, 1905-08. Superintendent, Olympia Mining 
& Milling Co., Tucson, Ariz. 

Femald, Robert H., M.E., B.M.E., A.M., Ph.D.. rv, 1892-95. Professor of 
Mechanical Engineering, Case School of Applied Science, and Con- 
sulting Engineer, U.S. Bureau of Mines, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Fernandez, Francisco, A.B., VI, 1907-10. Asuncion, Paraguay, South 
America. 

Fernandez, Richard Osborne, x, '10. Professor of Chemistry and Physics, 
at the Chihli Industrial College, Tientsin, North China. 

Femstrom, Karl D(ickson), Xlll, '10. 315 Raleigh Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

Ferrandi, Amedo L(ouis) S(ylvester), I, 1904-07. Draughtsman, B. F. 
Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park, Mass. 



144 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Ferreira, Cesar, 1905-06. 263 Sarandi St., Montevideo, Uruguay, So. 
America. 

Ferriday, James McK., 1888-91. Real Estate, Insurance and Mining, 
Hagerman BIdg., Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Ferrin, Henry Abbott, XIII, '02. Died March 22, 1905. 

Ferris, Cjrrus Y(ale), II, '04. With the Stone & Webster Management 
Association, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Ferris, Edward M., 1874-75- 

Ferris, Emma E., 1897-98. Assistant to Manager of Truck Tire Depart- 
ment, The B. F. Goodrich Co., of New York, 851-857 Boylston St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Ferris, Livingston Polk, B.A., VI, 'n. Telephone Engineer, American Tele- 
phone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Ferris, Mortimer Y(ale), I, '03. Civil Engineer, Ticonderoga, N.Y. 

Ferris, Raymond W(est), I, '08. With Akron Water Works Co., 58 
So. Howard St., Akron, Ohio. 

Ferris, R(obert) M(urray), VI, '97. Chief Engineer, New York Telephone 
Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Ferry, Albert C, VI, '04. Electrical Contractor and Engineer, 29 Blossom 

y^i St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Ferry, George B., 1872-73- Architect, 419 Broadway, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Ferry, Lewis K(insley) , X, 1904-06. Professor in Cathedral School ; Treasurer 
of Episcopal Schools in Cuba, Paseo 137 Vedado, Havana, Cuba. 

Ferry, Montague, Ph.B., Vl, '03. Electrical Engineer, Ferry Engineering 
Co., Lake Forest, 111. 

Ferson, Aimee C(lara), Drawing, 1894-95- 45 Clinton St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Fessenden, A(lfred) N(ewton), 1895-96. Treasurer, B. &. A. D. Fessenden 
Co., Townsend, Mass. 

Fessenden, Russell G., 1885-86. 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Fick, WCilhelm) Georg, II, '09. With Standard Alcohol Co., 525 Rookery 
Building, Chicago, 111. 

Field, Alphilda C(aroline), 1905-06. 

Field, Charles, 3d, v, '05. Moscow Hotel, Moscow, Idaho. 

Field, Daniel W., VII, 1900-01. 

Field, David Dudley, II, 1898-00. Deceased. 

Field, David Dudley, II, 1893-96. With New York Telephone Co., New 
York, N.Y. 

Field, Francis Jerome, XI, '02. Died January 27, 1907. 

Field, Frank R., 1882-83. Manager, Denver Branch, The Jeffrey Manu- 
facturing Co., 1 1 18 First National Bank Bldg., Denver, Colo. 

Field, Frederick C, VI, 1892-98. 

Field, Frederick E(lbert), XI, '96. Resident Engineer, Filtration Works, 
Montreal, Quebec; also with Field, Barker & Underwood, Engineers 
and Contractors, Arcade Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Field, Henry C, I, 1900-02. Vice-President and Treasurer of E. P. Jamison 
& Co., Contractors' Machinery and Supplies, 613-15-17 Western Ave., 
Seattle, Wash. 



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Field, James A., 1869-72. Died January 17, 1884. 

Field, Jos(eph) C(oiirow), C.E., VI, '05. Telephone Engineer, with the West- 
ern Electric Co., 463 West St., New York, N.Y. 

Field, Leonard H(amilton), Jr., IV, '99. Architect, Field Building, Jack- 
son, Mich. 

Field, Richard M(anning), I, 1899-02. Maplewood, N.J. 

Field, W(illiam) E., IV, 1892-95. With Lockwood, Greene & Co., Archi- 
tects and Engineers, 93 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Field, W(illiam) P(erry), VI, 1901-02. Electrical Engineer with Atlantic 
Mills, Olneyville, R.I. 

Fifield, Charles B., 1875-77. Died June 8, 1879. 

Fifield, Edward, Jr., 1902-03. 430 Ellison St., Paterson, N.J. 

Fifield, Ethel F., IV, '00. See Brooks, Mrs. L. R. 

Fifield, Frederic A(lonzo), II, '99. Died March 28, 191 1. 

Figyelmessy, Haldeman, IV, 1900-04. 933 North Broad St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Files, T(rue) Herbert, I, '05. Resident Engineer, Lockwood, Green & 
Co., 93 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Fillebrown, C(harles) B(owdoin), 1866-68. Of C. B. Fillebrown & Co., 
Dry Goods Merchants and Manufacturers ,68 Essex St., Boston, Mass. 

Finch, Stanley P(hister), C.E., B.A., I. S.M., '09. Instructor in Civil Engi- 
neering, University of Texas, Austin, Texas. 

Finch, William Irving, IX, 1886-89. With Finch Manufacturing Co., 
Scranton, Pa. 

Finer, Percy R(ichmond), II. 1900-04. 37 Copeland St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Finnegan, Joseph B(emard), X, '04. Associate Professor of Fire Protec- 
tion Engineering, Armour Institute -of Technology, and Associate 
Engineer, Underwriters' Laboratories, Chicago, 111. 

Finneran, Thomas A., XI, 1898-00. Civil Engineer, 30 Tremont St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Finnic, James I(rving), VI, '09. Engineer, 240 Chestnut St., Clinton, Mass. 

Firey, M(ilton) J., Jr., rv, 1900-01. Of Ferry and Firey, Hotel Lincoln, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Firmin, John C(lingan), LL.B., rv, 1907-08. Draughtsman, Patent Office, 
Room 251, Washington, D.C. 

Firth, Frank Russell, I, '68. Died June 9, 1872. 

Fischer, Adolph L(oms), VI, '03. Designer, L. G. McKnight & Son Co., 
North Main St., Gardner, Mass. 

Fischer, Frederick T., 1886-87. 

Fish, Charles C. R., 1870-77- Chemist, 439 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Fish, Harold Coburn, 1, 1899-02. Died March 13, 1910. 

Fish, Milton L(athrop), VI, '95. With Buffalo Sheet Metal Works, 77 Wash- 
ington St., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Fish, Walter C(lark), VI, '87. Manager, Lynn Works, General Electric 
Co., Lynn, Mass. 

Fisher, Andrew, Jr., X, '06. Chemical Engineer, Amoskeag Manufactur- 
ing Co., 186 Lowell St., Manchester, N.H. 
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146 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Fisher, Charles H., ll, '77. 

Fisher, Charles W(illis) Jr. (Annapolis), xniA, s.M., '07. Assistant Naval 

Constructor, U.S.N., Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, Cal. 
Fisher, Dana H(ollis), VI, '03. Manager, M. B. Foster Electric Co., 

238 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Fisher, Elizabeth F(lorette), XII, '96. Professor of Geology and Geography, 

Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 
Fisher, Ellen F., Xlll, 1884-85. See Vincent, Mrs. James B. 
Fisher, Francis D., 1866-67. Room 2207, 60 \\^all St., New York, N.Y. 
Fisher, Frederick Luther, I, '73- Died March 2, 1908. 
Fisher, Geo(rge) E(dward), II, 1894-95. Insurance Inspector, 16 Grove 

St., Natick, Mass. 
Fisher, Gurdon R(ussell), IV, 1881-83. Architect, 263 Lake St., Newton 

Highlands, Mass. 
Fisher, Harry E(rnest), II, 1903-04. P.O. Box 405, Ayer, Mass. 
Fisher, Howard C(olburn), II, '09. Engineer, with Sayles Bleacheries, 

Saylesville, R.I. 
Fisher, H(owell), X, '98. With the New England Gas & Coke Co., Everett, 

Mass. 
Fisher, Laura, vn, 1892-93. Kindergarten Normal Trainer, 292 Marl- 
borough St., Boston, Mass. 
Fisher, Oliver D., X, 1897-98. Died March 19, 1898. 
Fisher, Richard Bradford, V, 1909-10. Chemist, with Russia Cement Co., 

Gloucester, Mass. 
Fisher, Samuel T., 1880-81. 
Fisher, ■W(illia)m B., Ill, 1874-79. General Manager, Davis-Daly Copper 

Co., Butte, Mont. 
Fisk, George F., 1897-99. Assistant Engineer, Bureau of Engineering, 

Department of Public Works, City of Buffalo, Room 7, Municipal 

Building, Buffalo, N.Y. 
Fisk, H(arry) G(eorge), IX, '96. With Fisk Rubber Co., Chicopee Falls, 

Mass. 
Fisk, Robert F (arris), 1866-68. 3 Walnut St., Boston, Mass. 
Fiske, George I(saac), VI, '98. Electrical and Mechanical Engineer, Choral- 

celo Manufacturing Co., 34 Farnsworth St., South Boston, Mass. 
Fiske, Henry A(nthony), X, '91, VI, '92. Of Henry W. Brown & Co., 

Insurance Brokers, 73 Maiden Lane, New York, N.Y. 
Fiske, J(onathan) Parker B(ishop), VI, '89. Vice-President, Fiske & Co., 

Incorporated, Burned Clay Products, Arena Building, 32d St., New 

York, N.Y. 
Fiske, Redington, ill, 1881-83. Investment Broker, 50 Congress St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Fitch, Alfred L(yon), II, '84. In Private Business, 1132 East 45th St., 

Chicago, 111. 
Fitch, Charles H., V, 1898-02. 
Fitch, Edwin O(berlm), Jr., A.M. (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., 'lo. Assistant 

Naval Constructor, U.S.N., Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 



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Fitch, Francis T., ill, 1896-97. 

Fitch, Fred D., IV, 1894-95- 

Fitch, Herbert R., II, 1887-90. Dealer in Kodaks and Photographic Sup- 
plies, 1243 Fifth St., San Diego, Cal. 

Fitch, Stanley G(ay) H(yde), X, '00. Accountant, with Patterson, Teele 
& Denis, Certified PubHc Accountants, 30 Broad St., New York, 
N.Y. 

Fitch, Walter S(pencer), II, '02. With the Dennison Manufacturing Co., 
South Framingham, Mass. 

Fitten, James T., VI, 1893-96. Prudential Bldg., Atlanta, Mass. 

Fitts, Ada M,, VII, 1893-96. Teacher, Hyde School, Hammond St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Fitts, Charles F., 1886-87. General Manager, Rodger Ballast Car Co., 
Vice-President, National Boiler Washing Co., 523 Railway Exchange, 
Chicago, 111. 

Fitts, Charles N., 1897-98. Contracting Manager, New England Structural 
Co., no State St., Boston, Mass. 

Fitts, Frederic "W(hitney), IV, 1890-93. Clergyman, St. Johns, Roxbury, 
Mass. 

Fitts, Harold G,, III, 1891-94. 

Fitz, Charles F., Jr., II, 1890-93. Civil Engineer, i Ashburton PI., Boston, 
Mass. 

Fitz, Charles N., 1887-88. 

Fitz, Emma J., 1898-99. 330 Dartmouth St., Boston, Mass. 

Fitz, Reginald, 1901-02. 18 Arlington St., Boston, Mass. 

FitzGerald, Francis A(lexander) Ja(mes), B.A., VI, '95. Consulting Engi- 
neer, FitzGerald & Bennie Laboratories, Niagara Falls, N.Y. 

Fitzgerald, John M(ark), 11, '02. Assi-stant Signal Engineer, New York 
Central Lines, East of Buffalo, Union Station, Albany, N.Y. 

FitzGerald, John Watson, vi, '97. 

FitzGibbon, Morris J., 1893-94. 

Fitzherbert, Leroy George, I, XI, 1907-09, igio-n. Recorder, U.S. Engineer's 
Ofifice, Boston, Mass. 

Fitzler, Henry, XIII, '03. With the Mechanical Department, 59th Street 
Power House, Interborough Rapid Transit Co., New York, N.Y. 

Fitzpatrick, William L., 1896-97. 

Fitzwater, John M(oxcey), I, '10. Field Inspector, Eastman Kodak Co., 
Rochester, N.Y. 

Flagg, Edith A., V, 1898-99. Died March 8, 1901. 

Flagg, Howard H(ollister), II, 1901-02. 519 So. Canal St., Chicago, 
111. 

Flagg, Montague, IV, '09. 90 Washington St., Hartford, Conn. 

Flaherty, Hubert W(illiam), I, VI, 1904-08. Sanitary Engineer, with Wil- 
liam S. Johnson, loi Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Flanders, Herbert M., l, 1896-00. Civil Engineer; Roadmaster, Springfield 
Street Railway, Springfield, Mass. 

Flanders, Howard N(elson), il, 189^-00. 



148 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Flanders, J(esse) K(nowlton), A.B., VI, 1906-07. Assistant to Purchasing 

Agent, Sullivan Machinery Co., Claremont, N.M. 
Flanders, Sherman L., 1870-73- Retired. 51 Front St., Manchester, N.H. 
Flather, Ernest J., II, 1891-93. Manufacturer of Machine Tools, E. J. 

Flather Manufacturing Co., Nashua, N.H. 
Fleck, Charles E., 1898-99. 
Fleet, John W., I, 1894-97. Water Department, City of Seattle, Seattle, 

Wash. 
Fleisher, Henry H(ackenburg), I, 1902-03. 2301 Green St., Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
Fleisher, Simon, VI, '98. With the General Electric Co., Lynn, Mass. 
Fleming, Charles E(dwin), 1894-97. Spartanburg, S.C. 
Fleming, Cornelius S(immons), Jr., x, '07. 31 19 Landis St., Sheridanville, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Fleming, Edward P(ickering), III, '01. With Braden Copper Co., Ran- 

cagua, Chile. 
Fleming, Paul Reed, I, 1906-09. Natick, Mass. 
Flemings, John A(lbert), vi, '99. 
Fletcher, Charles Barrows, II, IX, 1906-09. Secretary-Treasurer, South 

Indiana Power Co., and Southern Equipment and Supply Co., Bedford, 

Ind. 
Fletcher, Cha(rle)s R(ichardson), V, '76. Mining Engineer, 432 Stimson 

Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Fletcher, Frank W., 1875-76. Paper Manufacturer, Fletcher Paper Co., 

Alpena, Mich. 
Fletcher, Grace W(ebster), 1892-93. Died November 19, 1904. 
Fletcher, Harold Hervey, I, '02. Assistant Engineer, Boston & Albany 

Railroad, 370 South Station, Boston, Mass. 
Fletcher, Harry V(amum), 11, 1902-04. Of Dewson, Fletcher & Teich, 

308 Mason Bldg., Houston, Texas. 
Fletcher, Herbert L(awrence), VI, '08. With the Meter Division, Edison 

Illuminating Co., 39 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Fletcher, Katharine S., 1877-80. E. Somerville, Mass. 
Fletcher, Mrs. (Stebbins, Londa), 1889-90. 56 Eucalyptus Road, Berkeley, 

Cal. 
Fletcher, Matthews, II, IX, 1905-07, 1908-09. Draughtsman, Bedford Stone 

& Construction Co., Bedford, Ind. 
Fletcher, P(ercy) R., I, 1882-86. General Contractor, Pronger & Fletcher, 

282 Western Ave., Blue Island, 111. 
Fletcher, Samuel A(dams), VI, '03. Motor Sales Department, Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Co., E. Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Flickenger, Harrison "W(illiams), n, '10. With the Mechanical Department, 

Clairton Steel Works and Furnaces, Clairton, Pa. 
Flinn, Henry M(ichael), II, 1900-03. Clerk, Department of Supplies & 

Accounts, U.S. Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N.H. 
Flint, Albert S(towell), A.B., A.M., II, 1876-77. Astronomer, Washburn 

Observatory, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 



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Flint, B(ertram) P(ierrepont), II, '88. With Mcintosh, Seymour & Co., 

50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 
Flint, Charles K(unball), VI, '01. Engineer, with Eastman Kodak Co., 

Kodak Park Works, Rochester, N.Y. 
Flint, Charles L., Jr., 1880^1. 

Flint, George L., 1872-75. 42 Highland St., Reading, Mass. 
Flint, Grover, IV, 1888-89. Deceased. 
Flint, R(ichard) H(all), VI, 1890-93. Dairy Farmer, San Juan, Bautista, 

Cal. 
Flint, William C, III, '77. Died June 14, 1881. 
Flint, ■W(Ulia)m P(arker), II, '90. Mechanical Engineer, Westinghouse 

Machine Co., E. Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Flood, Robert D(ouglas), IX, 1892-94- 67 Board of Trade Bldg., Chicago, 

111. 
Flood, S(aniuel) D(ouglas), II, '90. Manufacturer, 209 South State St., 

Chicago, 111. 
Florentine, Joseph F(letcher), Jr., ill, 1903-04. Broker, S. B. Chapin & Co., 

6 Rookery Bldg., Chicago, III. 
Florsheim, Leonard S., I, '01. Secretary and Treasurer, Kabo Corset Co., 

729 Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Floyd, Clarence B., 1888-89. 

Floyd, Henry D., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Flynn, Edward J(oseph), 1889-90. 1586 Cambridge St., Cambridge, 

Mass. 
Flynn, J(ohn) H(enry), II, '05. Mechanical Engineer, 31 Marcella St., 

Roxbury, Mass. 
Flynn, W(illiani) B(urwell), VI, '99. Electrical Engineer, with the New 

York, Westchester & Boston Railroad Co., 100 Broadway, New York, 

N.Y. 
Fogarty, William B(ailey), (AnnapoUs), xmA, S.M., '05. Assistant Naval 

Constructor, U.S.N., Navy Yard, Pensacola, Fla. 
Fogarty, Emory H(artwell), XIII, 1894-97. 
Fogg, Arthur G., 1, 1882-86. Civil Engineer, 335 Madison Ave., Room 12 19, 

New York, N.Y. 
Fogg, Benjamin G(reely), I, '08. With the Aberthaw Construction Co., 

Concrete Engineers and Contractors, 8 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Fogg, Charles E(ugene), I, 1902-04- 

Fogg, Frank B., rv, 1896-97. Optician, Hampton Falls, N.H. 
Fogg, Maurice A., VI, 1900-01. Proprietor, Fogg Electric Co., 627 First 

Ave., South, Fort Dodge, Iowa. 
Foland, Harry S(tevens), VI, 1904-05. With American Telephone & Tele- 
graph Co., Maumee, Ohio. 
Foley, Daniel A(lfred) B(irchmans), 1901-02. 
Foley, John B., 1868-71- Died July, 1882. 

Foley, Leonard H(arding), n, 1901-05. 52 West Central St., Natick, Mass. 
Foley, Martin, III, 1902-03. 28 Kingston St., Charlestown, Mass. 
Foley, Peter Leo, IV, 1907-08, 1909-10. 35 Calumet St., Roxbury, Mass. 



150 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Foljambe, Eugene S(tillman), XIII, 'oi. Manager and Editor, Automobile 
Trade Journal, Commercial Car Journal and Chilton Automobile 
Directory, 49th and Market Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Follansbee, Everett Merrill Hatch, X, 'n. Chemist, Simplex Electrical 
Co., Cambridge, Mass. 

Follansbee, Willard F., 1871-73- 

Folsom, Charles B., 1887-88, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Folsom, Harry G(ilnian), VI, '01. 

Folsom, Herbert A., v, 1893-94- 

Folsom, Robert M(orse), X, '05. With New England Gas & Coke Co., 
Everett, Mass. 

Folsom, Rufus C(offin), A.B., X, '08. Chemist with the American Sugar 
Refining Co., Granite St., Boston, Mass. 

Folsom, Susie T(heodosia), VII, 1905-06. 

Folsom, W(illiam) Cumner, Xl, '08. Chief Sanitary Inspector, Board 
of Health, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Folwell, A(mory) Prescott, I, 1885-87- Civil Engineer and Editor, Munici- 
pal Journal and Engineer, 50 Union Square, New York, N.Y. 

Fong, Pah Liang, 1880-81. Chief Engineer's Department, Imperial Peking- 
Kalgan Railway, Changsui Extension, Kalgan, No. China. 

Foote, Arthur B(urling), I, '99. Superintendent, North Star Mines Co.. 
Grass \'alley, Cal. 

Foote, Arthur John, I, '10. 140 No. Center St., Orange, N.J. 

Foote, Edward H(erbert), I, '71- In Insurance Business, 634 Old South 
Building, Boston, Mass. 

Foote, Frances E(liot), 1904-05- See Cornish, Mrs. Louis C. 

Foote, Orlando K(nox), IV, 1878-80. Architect, Foote and Headley, 347 
Cutler Building, Rochester, N.Y. 

Foote, Thomas "W(itherbee), III, '02. Secretary, Franklin Co., Printers, 
Engravers, Designers and Elect rot ypers, 530 South Dearborn St., 
Chicago, 111. 

Footman, Frederic N., 1868-70. Deceased. 

Foque, Theodore A(lbert), II, '88. General Mechanical Superintendent, 
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway, 1912 South Irving 
Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Foran, Geo(rge) J(esse), II, '83. Manager, Condenser Department, Inter- 
, national Steam Pump Co., 115 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Forbes, Arthur W., 1869-70. 251 Lowell St., Arlington Heights, Mass. 

Forbes, Edmund C, 1867-69. Highland Ave., National City, Cal. 

Forbes, Edward W., V, 1905-06. 11 Clermont St., E. Walnut Hills, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Forbes, Eli, Science and Literature, '68. Chemist (retired), P.O. Box 26, 
Lancaster, Mass. 

Forbes, E(ugene) D(uncan), VI, '03. Chief Engineer with National Elec- 
tric Signaling Co., Bush Terminal, 35th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Forbes, Fred B(ettinson), V, '93. First Assistant Chemist, Massachusetts 
State Board of Health, 502 State House, Boston, Mass. 



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Forbes, Howard C(arleton), X, '91, V, '92. Consulting Engineer, 88 Broad 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Forbes, J. Malcolm, 1865-68. Died February 19, 1904. 
Forbes, Mrs. Ealph E. (Cabot, Elise), v, 1888-89. Milton, Mass. 
Forbes, W(illiam) S(tuart), 1889-90. Assistant Treasurer, The Forbes 

Lithograph Manufacturing Co., P.O. Box 5130, Boston, Mass. 
Forbush, Gayle T(ilton), X, '92. General Agent, Royal Exchange Assur- 
ance of England, 44 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 
Ford, Chester Cook, iv, 1907-09. With Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge, 1614 

Corn Exchange Bank Building, Chicago, 111. 
Ford, Frank H., 1877-78. Deceased. 
Ford, Geo(rge) B(urdett), A.B., A.D.g.F., iv, 'go, iv, S.M., '01. Architect, with 

George B. Post & Sons, 347 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Ford, Grant, B.S., VI, '04. Engineer with C. W. Humphrey, Consulting 

Engineer, 618 Rookery Building, Chicago, 111. 
Ford, Lyman A(lbert), IV, 1887-89. Architect, Ford, Butler & Oliver, 103 

Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Ford, Lynette, 1901-02. 

Ford, Winthrop D(rew), II, '08. Salesman, with G. F. Blake Manufactur- 
ing Co., International Steam Pump Co., 200 Devonshire St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Forrest, Laurence R(aymond), X, '09. Chemical Engineer, Semet-Solvay 

Co., 931 Willow St., Lebanon, Pa. 
Forrest, Mabel F., VII, '98. See Lambert, Mrs. John H. 
Forristall, Arthur M., 1885-88. Deceased. 
Forristall, George B(ashford), II, 1907-09. Advertising Department, New 

York Times, New York, N.Y. 
Forster, Frederick Everard, X, '96. Traveling Salesman, Draper Company, 

P.O. Box 1504, Atlanta, Ga. 
Forsyth, Herbert, IV, 1889-91. Assistant Engineer, Central Railroad of 

New Jersey, 143 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. 
Forsyth, Joshua E., 1884-85. 

Forsyth, R(alph) K(ay), Xlll, 1903-05. 41 Pearl St., Kingston, N.Y. 
Forsythe, Mrs. ("Wright, Anne), 1896-97. 
Forsythe, Robert J., Ill, 1894-95. 
Fort, Jerome H., Ill, 1894-95. 
Fortune, William Eugene, I, 1907-08. Factory Worker, 912 Parker St., 

Roxbury, Mass. 
Fosdick, Charles Mussey, XI, '00. Died December 6, 1908. 
Foss, Charles E., V, X, 1892-94. Assistant Manager, C. B. Coburn Co., 63 

Market St., Lowell, Mass. 
Foss, Mrs. Charles S. (Macy, Cora D.), 1881-82. 
Foss, Charles H., 1890-91. 

Foss, Edward R. Sanborn, V, '86. Died October 3, 1890. 
Foss, F(red) E(ugene), A.M., ScD., I, '86. Professor of Civil Engineering, 

Cooper Union, New York, N.Y. 
Foss, Harry A., 11, '82. Died August 19, 1885. 



152 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Foss, Herbert C, 1889-90. 120 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Foss, Marion H(enry), B.S., III, 1904-08. Mining, North Cobalt, Ontario. 

Foss, Walter N., 1884-85. 

Foster, Agnes W(inslow), VII, 1902-03. 45 Oak Sq. Ave., Brighton, Mass. 

Foster, Arthur H., 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Foster, Augustus C, VI, 1900-04. 34 Essex St., Beverly Mass. 

Foster, Carl E(liner), II, 1905-07. Ashby, Mass. 

Foster, Cassius M., n, iS86-^. 130 23d St., Toledo, Ohio. 

Foster, C(omelia) C(hase), 1908-09. Teacher, 92 Sycamore St., Waverley, 
Mass. 

Foster, Floyd J., Ill, 1898-00. Monterey, N. L., Mexico. 

Foster, F(orest) K(ent), III, 1906-08. Accountant, North Calais, Vt. 

Foster, Francis H., I, 1889-91. 

Foster, Harold A., VI, 1889-93. Postmaster, North Brookfield, Mass. 

Foster, Harold Francis, Xl, 1905-07. Died May 20, 1908. 

Foster, Howard W., 1898-99. 

Foster, John Harold, V, 1903-04. Professor of Forestry, New Hampshire 
College, Durham, N.H. 

Foster, Mary Louise, A.B., V, VII, 1892-96. Instructor in Biochemistry, 
Smith College, Northampton, Mass. 

Foster, Mortimer B(ristol), VI, '01. Sound Beach, Conn. 

Foster, Orlando K., 1868-69. 

Foster, Sol S., 1898-99. 

Foster, Stanley A(lfred), X, '03. With A. J. Foster, Shoe Manufacturer, 
Willis St., Lowell, Mass. 

Foster, Sumner H., 1891-92. Died February, 1908. 

Foster, Theodore Reno, n, '86. Died April 15, 1897. 

Foster, Thomas, 1898-99. 

Foster, William, VI, 1867-70. Parker House, Boston, Mass. 

Foster, W(illiam) D(ewey), IV, '11. Draughtsman, C. A. Tinker, Archi- 
tect, Westfield, Mass. 

Foster, William Henry, ll, 1903-04- 

Foster, William Houghton, V, 1900-02. 53 Winthrop St., W. Newton, Mass. 

Foster, Winfield Ulric, III, 1906-07. 

Foster, William W., vi, i888-<)o. 

Fottler, Jacob A(lger), VI, '08. With the Instruction Department, Old 
Colony Street Railway, 62 Alden St., Brockton, Mass. 

Fouhy, James F(rancis), C.E., I, 1901-06. Assistant Engineer, Public 
Service Commission, and Instructor, Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 
23 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Foulds, Roberts S(hepherd), iv, '05. Erection Engineer, with the Phoenix 
Bridge Co., 229 Fourth Ave., Phoenixville, Pa. 

Foulkes, Edward Thomas, IV, '98. Architect, Crocker Building, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

Fowle, A(rthur) E(dwin), X, '93. Superintendent, Soap & Glycerin Depart- 
ment, La Compania Industrial Jabonera, Gomez Palacio, Durango, 
Mexico. 



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Fowle, Frank Fuller, VI, '99. Associate Editor of the Electrical World, with 
McGraw Publishing Co., 239 W. 39th St., New York, N.Y. 

Fowle, F(rederick) E(ager), Jr., VIII, '94- Aid, Astrophysical Observatory, 
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 

Fowle, George E., 1880-81. 100 Savin Hill Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 

Fowle, John A., Jr., 1868-69. 

Fowle, Leonard M., ll, 1897-99- 

Fowle, Robert H., 1899-00. 

Fowler, Elbert, xiil, 1901-03. 

Fowler, Frank D., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Fowler, Frederick N., I, 1898-00. 318 Main St., Springfield, Mass. 

Fowler, Herbert E(rnest), B.S., IV, '10. Architectural Engineer, with Purdy 
& Henderson, 45 East 17th St., New York, N.Y. 

Fowler, Gordon L., 1891-92. 

Fowler, Philip A., 1891-92. 

Fowler, Robert, 1901-02. 351 Burroughs St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Fowler, Theodore V(ictor), Jr., II, '03. With the General Chemical Co., 
P.O. Drawer 15, Buffalo, N.Y. 

Fownes, William C(lark), X, '89. Secretary, Midland Steel Co., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 

Fox, Cha(rle)s E., IV, 1889-91. Of Marshall & Fox, 919 First National 
Bank, Building, Chicago, 111. 

Fox, Charles L., 1872-73. Artist, 41 Gray St., Portland, Me. 

Fox, Frederick, Jr., Ph.D., v, '83, V, S.M.. '86. Analytical Chemist, 77 
State St., Portland, Me. 

Fox, George, IV, 1909-10. Berlin Heights, Ohio. 

Fox, Henry, 1888-89. 

Fox, John M(anasseh), VI, '87. Of John M. Fox & Co., 66 Union St., 
Portland, Me. 

Fox, Thomas A., iv, 1883-85. Architect, 3 Park St., Boston, Mass. 

Fox, "W(illia)m H(enry), IV, 1893-98. District Manager, New England 
Telephone & Telegraph Co., Burlington, Vt. 

Fox, William L. F.., 1869-70. 

Foye, Frederic E., XIII, 1896-97. Model Maker, Boston Last Co., 44 Bin- 
ford St., Boston, Mass. 

Frame, H(arry) A(llen), ill, '07. With the Lake Superior Iron & Steel 
Co., Limited, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. 

France, Willis R., I, 1908-09. 

Francis, Frederick Leighton, IV, '92. Of H. M. Francis & Sons, Architects, 
387 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Francis, George T., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Francis, Geo(rge) W., I, 1899-02. Civil and Mechanical Engineer, Isth- 
mian Canal Commission, 160 Wadsworth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Francis, Henry A., 1879, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., 1880. President, 
Pontoosuc Woolen Manufacturing Co., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Francis, Ira J(ohnson), 1889-90. 1932 Hobart Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Francis, Joseph S., 1867-68. Deceased. 



154 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Francis, Stafford Allen, IV, 1907-10. loi Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Frank, Edwin (Diederich) (August), II, '06. Engineer, Steam Turbine 
Department, Maffei-Schwartzkopff Works, Wildau, Mark, Germany. 

Frank, George W., 1890-91. 

Frank, John M(ayer), VI, '07. Vice-President, Illuminating Electric 
Ventilating Co., 154 Whiting St., Chicago, 111. 

Frank, Mortimer, M.D., I, '97. Physician, 31 North State St., Chicago, 
111. 

Franklin, Arthur I(ra), V, '98. Superintendent, Hampden Paint & Chemi- 
cal Co., 317 Main St., Springfield, Mass. 

Franklin, Duncan R(ogers), V, '02. Manager, S. M. Bixby & Co., 46th 
St., and Second Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Franklin, Joseph, Jr., v, x, 1892-94. 

Franklin, Ralph S(towell), VI, 1899-02. Heating and Ventilating Engineer, 
62 High St., Boston, Mass. 

Fraser, Agnes A(gatha), VII, 1897-98. See Boursand, Mrs. Alphonse. 

Fraser, Frederick J(ohn), v, 1901-03. With Crescent Feather Co., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

Fraser, Ja(me)s M(iner), IV, 1897-98. Architect, 6408 Euclid Ave., Wise 
Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Fraser, Linda, IV, '04. See Keith, Mrs. George H. 

Fraser, Matilda A(lexandra), IV, 1895-98. Teacher, Girls' Latin School, 
Boston, Mass. 

Frazee, John C(lifford), v, 1904-05. 

Frazer, Horace S., IV, 1884-85- 112 Water St., Boston, Mass. 

Frazer, Robert, Jr., iv, IX, 1895-99. American Consul, American Consu- 
late, Valencia, Spain. 

Frazier, Mrs. Bayard R. (Loving, Eva), iv, 1899-01. 32 Curtis Terrace, 
Pittsfield, Mass. 

Frazier, C(harles) W., VI, 1894-98. 489 West St., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Frazier, Donald N(ichols), II, 1907-10. Foreman, Gas Construction, Lynn 
Gas & Electric Co., 90 Exchange St., Lynn, Mass. 

Frazier, Floyd, IX, 1892-94. Real Estate, 1010 Steger Building, Chicago, 111. 

Frazier, Loren D,, Jr., Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1888-90. 

Fredenhall, Lloyd R(alston), 1903-04. Second Lieutenant, U.S.A., Fort 
Assinniboine, Mont. 

Frederick, Paul, VI, 1903-05. 

Freed, Charles, I, '09. With Warren Brothers Co., 59 Temple Place, 
Boston, Mass. 

Freedman, Louis A(lexander), VI, 1892-94. Correspondent, 38 Broad St., 
New York, N.Y. 

Freedman, Louis Arthur, II, '07- Engineer, with Viele, Blackwell & Buck, 
49 Wall St., New York, N.Y. 

Freeman, A(rthur) E(mery), II, '05. Consulting Engineer, 514 Continental 
Life Building, Toronto, Canada. 

Freeman, Frederic W(illiam), ill, '01. Treasurer and General Manager, 
Aetna Mills, Marshall Building, Boston, Mass. 



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Freeman, Frederick W., 1869-70. Died July 10, 1887. 

Freeman, George A(lfree), 1875-77. Architect, Freeman & Hasselman, 36 

W. 38th St., New York, N.Y. 
Freeman, Harriet E., xil, 1892-94. 
Freeman, John H., 1884-85. 
Freeman, John R(ipley), D.Sc, I, '76. Consulting Engineer and President, 

Manufacturers' Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Grosvenor Building, 

Providence, R.I. 
Freeman, J. Eugene, IV, 1884-86. Architect, Kohl Building, San Francisco, 

Cal. 
Freethy, George Edwards, II, 1904-08. Engineering Salesman, International 

Steam Pump Co., 465 John Hancock Building, Boston, Mass. 
Fremmer, John A., 11, V, 1900-04. Died August 8, 1904. 
French, Abram, 1, 1894-97. P.O. Box 13, Swampscott, Mass. 
French, Alexis H., I, 1875-76, 1877-78. Town Engineer, Town of Brookline, 

Town Hall, Brookline, Mass. 
French, Alfred W(illard), I, '89. President, The French Oil Mill Machinery 

Co., Piqua, Ohio. 
French, Allen, A.B., IX, '92. Instructor in English, Harvard University, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
French, Charles Austin, M.D., iii, '82. Optician, 47 Winter St., Boston, 

Mass. 
French, Charles G., IV, 1891-92. New Hartford, N.Y. 

French, Daniel C, 1867-68. Sculptor, 125 West nth St., New York, N.Y. 
French, D(avid) Willis, 1, 1880-81. Superintendent, Hackensack Water Co., 

P.O. Box 98, Weehawken, N.J. 
French, Donald A(dams), IV, '10. Concrete Engineer, with Stone & Webster, 

147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
French, Edward Rutledge, VI, '92. Died November 5, 1910. 
French, E(dward) V(inton), II, '89. Vice-President and Engineer, Ark- 

wright Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
French, Frank J., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 
French, George H(enry), ll, 1898-01. 
French, Geo(rge) L(e) R(oy), I, '84. Superintendent, Terminal Division, 

Boston & Maine Railroad, North Station, Boston, Mass. 
French, Halsey, Ph.B., XI, '04. Assistant Engineer, Designer, Board of 

Water Supply, City of New York, 165 Broadway, Room 725, New 

York, N.Y. 
French, Hobert W(ard), VI, 1904-06. 8 Lambert Ave., Chelsea, Mass. 
French, HoUis, VI, '89. Of Hollis French & Allen Hubbard, Consulting 

Engineers, 88 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 
French, Joseph Nathaniel, IV, 1909-10. Draftsman, Bigelow & Wadsworth, 

Architects, 3 Hamilton Place, Boston, Mass. 
French, Lester G(ray), II, '91. Editor, American Society of Mechanical 

Engineers, 29 West 39th St., New York, N.Y. 
French, L(ouis) Osborne, II, '10. Assistant Examiner, U.S. Patent Office, 

Washington, D.C. 



156 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

French, Philip R(oland), v, '00. Chemist with George E. Kunhardt, 
Lawrence, Mass. 

French, Willard W., 1877-78. 

French, WilUam M. R., 1866-67. Director, Art Institute of Chicago, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Fresch, George, Jr., rv, '96. Grain Merchant, 507 Merchants Exchange, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Fretz, Paul H(enry) (Annapolis), xraA, s.M., '08. Assistant Naval Con- 
structor, U.S.N., Navy Dept., Washington, D.C. 

Frey, Victor M(ax), ill, '08. Mining Engineer, with J. E. Baker Co., 114 
No. George St., York, Pa. 

Friedlander, Joseph H., iv, 1887-89. 244 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Friedman, Ferd(inand) J(acob), II, '08. Engineer and Estimator with 
Walker & Chambers, Heating and Ventilating Engineers, 222 East 
4istSt., New York, N.Y. 

Friend, Alfred W(illiam), VI, '02. With the Engineering Department, 
North Western Telephone Exchange Co., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Friend, Frank W(aldo), IV, 1902-06. 15 Washington St., Duxbury, Mass. 

Frigon, A(ugustin), B.S., E.E., VI, 1910-11. Professor, Ecole Polytechnique, 
Montreal, Quebec. 

Frink, Francis G., XI, XIII, 1896-97, 1898-99, 1900-01. Secretary, Washington 
Iron Works, Seattle, Wash. 

Frink, Gerald, II, '00. Vice-President and General Manager, Washington 
Iron Works, Seattle, Wash. 

Frink, WilHam P., VI, VIll, 1882-87. Greenland, N.H. 

Frisbie, Henry C(harles), B.S., I, S.M., 'n. Civil Engineer, Rio De Janerio 
Tramway Light & Power Co., Rio De Janerio, Brazil, South America. 

Frisbie, Walter L(evi), ll, '93- 

Friz, Clyde N(elson), iv, 1891-92. 

Frizell, Arthur B(owes), A.B., A.M., Ph.D., II, 1884-87. Professor of Mathe- 
matics, McPherson College, McPherson, Kans. 

Frizzell, Joseph A., 1897-98. Died December 29, 1905. 

Frohman, Edward D., x, 1894-95- 

Frommann, Emil H., IV, 1880-81. Architect, Frommann & Jebsen, Room 
505, 64 West Randolph St., Chicago, 111. 

Frost, Albert W., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Frost, Charles S., 1877-78. 105 North LaSalle St., Rm. 1804, Chicago, 111. 

Frost, Edgar A., I, 1884-86. 

Frost, George E., vi, 1897-98. Clear Lake, Iowa. 

Frost, Harwood Young, II, 190S-09. Lincoln St., Waltham, Mass. 

Frost, Henry G., Ill, 1881-84. 

Frost, Howard V(arnum), v, '82. Died June 27, 191 1. 

Frost, J. Newton, 1874-76. Died 1878. 

Frost, Lucy A(mes), VIII, 1892-93. Teacher, Dorchester High School, Dor- 
chester, Mass. 

Frost, Raymond William, I, 1907-08. 2045 West Market St., Pottsville, 
Pa. 



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Frost, Richard L(incoln), II, '02. Secretary and Treasurer, Andrew F. 

Smith Construction Co., 911 Hammond Building, Detroit, Mich. 
Frost, Walter Eugene, '81 , School of Mechanic Arts. Director, Frost Coal Co., 

488 Neponset Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 
Frost, Walter S., 1873-76. 

Frothingham, Brooks, IV, 1896-97. Architect, 87 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Frothingham, Mrs. (Whiting, Eleanor F.), VII, 1894-98. 
Frothingham, Eugenia B (rooks), 1897-98. Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Frothingham, Mark, 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Fruit, J(ohn) C(lyde), IV, '02. Assistant to Operating Manager, American 

Bridge Co., Chicago, 111. 
Fry, Thomas W(ilder), II, '85. Secretary and Works Manager, Sullivan 

Machinery Co., Claremont, N.H. 
Frye, Albert Irwin, I, '98. Consulting Civil Engineer, 90 West St., New 

York, N.Y. 
Frye, Charles R., 1871-74- 

Frye, George B., 1870-^5- Gale Creek Coal Mining Co., Wilkeson, Wash. 
Fryer, Herbert, VI, '11. Foreman, Economizer Drafting Room, B. F. 

Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park, Mass. 
Fuentes, Campos A(ndres), ix, 1901-03. 
Fiiger, Frederic W(illiam), ll, '91. Captain, 13th U.S. Infantry, Fort 

Leavenworth. Kans. 
Fukuzawa, Stejiro, I, '88. Proprietor and Manager, The Jiji Shimpo, 20 

Nakanocho Azabu, Tokyo, Japan. 
Fuller, Alfred C, 1881-83. 95 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Fuller, Andrew D(aniel), I, '95. Treasurer, Andrew D. Fuller Co., Con- 
structors and Engineers, 3 Hamilton Place, Boston, Mass. 
Fuller, Archibald P(rescott), I, 1903-07. Deceased. 
Fuller, Arthur B., '89, School of Mechanic Arts. Mechanical Draughtsman, 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
Fuller, Bernard Roy, I, '09. 
Fuller, Charles E(dward), II, '92. Associate Professor of Mechanical 

Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Fuller, Clarence E., iv, i88<^^o. 373 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Fuller, Edwin S(herman), I, 1903-05. Civil Engineer, Assistant Engineer, 

with U.S. Geological Survey, 208 Tilford Building, Portland, Ore. 
Fuller, Floid M(errill), II, '06, VI. '08. Consulting Engineer, Duluth, 

Minn. 
Fuller, Frank L(ouis), I, '71. Civil Engineer, 12 Pearl St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Fuller, Frederic B., 1888-89. 
Fuller, Frederic W(illiam), VI, '97. Manager, Equitable Life Assurance 

Society, Car Building, Springfield, Mass. 
Fuller, George, I, 'n. With the New York State Highway Department, 

83 Adams St., Rochester, N.Y. 
Fuller, George A., VI, 1894-97. With Andrew D. Fuller Co., 120 Tremont 

St., Boston, Mass. 



158 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Fuller, George "W(arreii), V, '90. Engineer (Hydraulic and Sanitary), 
170 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Fuller, J(ames) E(dward), IV, '88. Vice-President, Geo. A. Fuller Co., 
131 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Fuller, Jos(eph) C(heever), II, '11. Paper Bag Manufacturer, with Union 
Bag & Paper Co., Hudson Falls, N.Y. 

Fuller, Josiah F., Jr., v, 1883-86. 

Fuller, Laurence Usher, II, 1901-03. With A. M. Creighton, Shoe Manu- 
facturer, 27 Willow St., Lynn, Mass. 

Fuller, Mary A(ugusta) H(erbert), V, 1882-84. 

Fuller, Myron L(eslie), XII, '96. Managing Geologist, Bureau of Associated 
Geological Engineers, 131 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Fuller, Percy "W(heaton), II, 1901-03, 1904-05. With New England Telephone 
& Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Fuller, Robert L(esure), IV, '96. Architect, 44 Front St., Worcester, 
Mass. 

Fuller, "Will S(pencer), IX, 1887-90. Lumber Dealer, G. Fuller & Son, 550 
Western Ave., Brighton, Mass. 

Fuller, ■W(illiam) B(amard), I, '83. Chief Engineer, Mexican Northern 
Power Co., Santa Rosalia, Chihuahua, Mexico. 

Fuller, W(illiam) D., 1881-82. Observer, U.S. Weather Bureau, 833 Cen- 
tral Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Fullerton, Hal B., IX, 1875-76- Director, Agricultural Development, Long 
Island Railroad Experimental Station, Medford, Long Island, N.Y. 

Fulton, Gordon R(ussell), B.Sc, 1909-10. Sales Manager, Coates & Com- 
pany, Lynn, Mass. 

Fulton, Margaret Alexina, IV, 1908-11. 5138 Newhall St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Fulton, W(ima)m H(oward), VI, '00. Of Fulton-Bell Co., 2 Rector St., 
New York, N.Y. 

Funk, George C(harles), IV, '05, IV, S.M., '06. Of Funk & Wilcox, Archi- 
tects, 15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Furber, Pierce P., IV, '77. Died April 7, 1893. 

Furbish, Frederic, IV, '98. Architectural Draughtsman, with Palmer and 
Hornbostel, 63 William St., New York, N.Y. 

Furbish, Willard H., I, 1880-81. 49 Federal St., Rm. 437, Boston, Mass. 

Furer, J(ulius) A(ugustus) (AnnapoUs), xmA, S.M., '05. Naval Constructor, 
U.S.N., Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Furer, W(illia)m C(harles), IV, '06. Assistant County Engineer, County 
Engineer's Office, Hilo, Hawaii. 

Furlong, Anna G(enevieve), VII, 1897-98. 

Furness, G(eorge) C(hoate), VIII, '06. Electro-Metallurgical Co., Union 
St., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 

Fyfe, James L., iv, '97. Of von Hoist & Fyfe, Architects, 907 Steinway 
Hall, Chicago, 111. 

Gabriel, Harry R(ichard), l, '05. Chief Engineer, Controller Railway & 
Navigation Co., Katalla, Alaska. 



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Gadsby, George M(adill), B.Ph., V, '09. Superintendent, Warren Water 
Co., American Water Works and Guarantee Co., Warren, Pa. 

Gaenslen, Frederick B., IV, 1888-89. Architect, 212 Alamo Bank Build- 
ing, San Antonio, Texas. 

Gaenslen, George R(alph), m, '04. Mining Engineer, 403 St. Anthony 
Ave., San Antonio, Texas. 

Gage, Clarence E(dward), II, 'os- Draughtsman, with the Bucyrus Com- 
pany, South Milwaukee, Wis. 

Gage, Du Relle, 1895-97. Of Gage & Becudo, Importers and Exporters, 
17 State St., New York, N.Y. 

Gage, Frank DeM., II, XI, 1896-99. 8 Albion St., Lawrence, Mass. 

Gage, Stephen DeM(eritte), V, '96. Biologist, Massachusetts State Board 
of Health, Experiment Station, Lawrence, Mass. 

Gage, WCalter) C, II, 1884-87. With the Blake Knowles Steam Pump 
Works, Third St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Gahagan, Walter H., I, 1886-87. Contracting Engineer, 189 Montague St., 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Gaillard, D(avid) (Saint) P(ierre), VI, 'n. Electrical Department, Isth- 
mian Canal Commission, Gatun, Canal Zone, Panama. 

Gaillard, L(awrence) L(ee), C.E., VI, '97. General Manager, New England 
Engineering Co., 50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Gaines, Ambrose P., ill, 1884-88. Of A. P. Gaines & Co., Brokers (Pig 
Iron, Coal and Coke), 814 James Bldg., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Gaines, Elizabeth V., A.B., A.M., IX, 1892-94- Professor of Biology, Adelphi 
College, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Galaher, Francis Brisbane, II, '02. With Stone & Webster Engineering 
Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Gale, Edwards J., 1885-87. Of Fox and Gale, Architects, 3 Park St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Gale, Gardner M (arming), iv, '99. 

Gale, Horace B(igelow), II, '83. Chief Engineer, Simplex Electric Heating 
Co., Sidney and Pilgrim Sts., Cambridge, Mass. 

Gale, Roger D(avid), V, '07, V, S.M., '09. Chemist with Sanford Mills, 
Reading, Mass. 

Gale, Roy F(ellows), VI, '07. Electrical Engineer, Midvale Steel Co., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Gallagher, Edward G(erald), VI, '00. Electrical Engineer, Care of Simon 
Lake, Agent, New Admiralty Works, St. Petersburg, Russia. 

Gallagher, James T(homas), II, '08. Engineering Draughtsman, 79 Lan- 
caster St., Leominster, Mass. 

Gallegos, Ramon, iv, 1906-08. Banco del Ecuador, Guayaquil, Ecuador. 

GaUison, Ernest A(ugustus), II, '98. Engineer and Designer, 129 Harvard 
St., Everett, Mass. 

Gallison, William E., iv, 1888-90. 

Galloupe, Francis Ellis, II, '76. Real Estate, 335 Old South Building, 
Boston, Mass. 



l60 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Gallup, Anna B(illings), VII, 'oi. Curator, Children's Museum, Brooklyn 

Institute of Arts and Sciences, Bedford Park, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Gallup, Harry W(allace), V, '05. With Raritan Copper Works, Perth 

Amboy, N.J. 
Gallup, Harriet, IV, '94. See deLancy, Mrs. Darragh. 
Galusha, Albert L., B.S., II, 1899-00. Manager, A. L. Galusha and Co., 

215 Norfolk St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Galusha, D(on) L(ooniis), VI, '04. Electrical Engineer, with the Stone & 

Webster Engineering Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Gamage, Harry G., VI, 1898-99. 
Gamble, W(illiam) B(urt), ix, '93. Chief, Division of Technology, New 

York Public Library, New York, N.Y. 
Gambrill, George T(homas), Jr., ill, 1903-06. P.O. Box 314, Ensley, Ala. 
Gammans, Elbert H., 1872-73. 181 Joralemon St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Gammans James A(lbert), 1, 1884-87. 260 W. Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Gammon, Maud G(ertrude), vil, 1900-01. 
Gammons, Clifford Warren, VI, 1903-04, 1906-09. Testing, General Electric 

Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
Gammons, H(erman) T(rafton), LL.M., L.P.M., II, '06. Assistant Examiner, 

U.S. Patent Office, Washington, D.C. 
Gammons, James Madison, VI, '03. Engineering Department, Missouri & 

Kansas Telephone Co., Kansas City, Mo. 
Gamwell, Roland G(reene), 1882-83. Providence, R.I. 
Gannett, E(arl) W(arren), VI, '89. Manager, Real Estate Department, 

Thomas Brennan Investment Banker and Real Estate Broker, 806 

City National Bank Building, Omaha, Neb. 
Gannett, Farley, XI, '02. Engineer, Water Supply Commission of Penn- 
sylvania, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Gannett, Samuel S., I, 1881-82. Geographer, with the U.S. Geological 

Survey, Washington, D.C. 
Gannon, James Joseph Aloysius, ill, 1907-08. 28 Highland Park Ave., 

Roxbury, Mass. 
Garber, Frederick W., IV, 1901-03. Andrews Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Garcelon, G(eorge) H(olland), VI, '03. Designing Engineer, Westinghouse 

Electric & Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Garcia, Francisco, C.E., I, 1906-08. Assistant Designing Engineer, Havana 

Sewer and Paving Contractor, Salud 8, Havana, Cuba. 
Gardiner, Edward G., vn, '82. Died November 4, 1907. 
Gardiner, Irving, L. H. II, 1885-87. Died June, 1888. 
Gardiner, J(ohn) H(owland), II, '95. With Westinghouse Electric & 

Manufacturing Co., 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Gardiner, W(illiam) H., V, 1891-96. Consulting Engineer and Manager, 

Gas, Electric Light and Tractions Properties, Henry L. Doherty & 

Co., Banker, 60 Wall St., New York, N.Y. 
Gardner, Albert Lester, 11, 'n. 29 Central St., So. Weymouth, Mass. 
Gardner, Archibald, XIII, '02. With Ambursen Hydraulic Construction 

Co., Ltd., 405 Dorchester St., W. Montreal, Quebec. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER I.61 

Gardner, Arthur L(ivennore), X, '08. Assistant Superintendent, Plant 
No. I, Roessler & Hasslacher Chemical Co., Perth Amboy, N.J. 

Gardner, Charles F(rancis), VI, '03. Proprietor, Raymond Electric Co., 
Raymond, N.H. 

Gardner, Charles H., Ill, 1885-87. Physician and Surgeon, U.S. Marine 
Hospital, Wilmington, N.C. 

Gardner, Charlotte M., VII, 1893-94- Deceased. 

Gardner, Chester W(arren), Vl, 1903-05, 1906-07- 13 Warren St., Peabody, 
A-Iass. 

Gardner, George C, IV. 1885-86. 33 Lyman St., Springfield, Mass. 

Gardner, Harold, II, 1905-07. 28 Brooks St., West Medford, Mass. 

Gardner, H(arry) W(entworth), IV, '94- Associate Professor of Archi- 
tecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Gardner, Henry, ll, '96. Assistant Superintendent of Apprentices, New 
York Central Lines, 1526 Grand Central Terminal, New York, N.Y. 

Gardner, Herbert, 1866-67. Deceased. 

Gardner, Horace L(eonard), X, 1903-04- 2 Cleveland St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Gardner, James B(rowne), 1870-73- Died June 30, 1910. 

Gardner, J(ohn) Howland, ll, '94. Superintendent, Marine Construction, 
New England Steamship Co., Newport, R.L 

Gardner, Joseph P., IX, 1876-78. Deceased. 

Gardner, Lester Durand, IX, '98. Director, Associated Newspaper School, 
Incorporated, 19th St. and 4th Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Gardner, Newman W., 1872-73- 

Gardner, R(obert) S(herman), XIII, '06. With Boston Office of T. A. 
Scott Co., Incorporated, 400 Border St., East Boston, Mass. 

Gardner, S(tephen) A(yrault), Jr., XIII, '02. Engineer, Electric Boat 
Company, care of Nevsky Shipbuilding & Mechanical Works Per- 
spective Wladimirsky, 19, St. Petersburg, Russia. 

Gardner, S(tephen) F(ranklin), II, '00. Contractor for Mechanical Equip- 
ment of Buildings, Standard Engineering Co., Woodward Building, 
W'ashington, D.C. 

Garfield, Abram, iv, '96. Architect, 915 Garfield Bldg., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Garfield, A(lexander) S(tanley), II, '86. Chief Engineer, Compagnie fran- 
gaise Thomson-Houston; Consulting Engineer, General Electric Co., 
67 Avenue de Malakoff, Paris, France. 

Garfield, Edmund D(ana), 1886-90. With the Brown Bag Filling Machine 
Co., 81 Grove St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Gargan, Mrs. H. N(ordoff), 1899-00. 

Garland, Alfred K., v, 1882-83. Pacific Mills, Dover, N.H. 

Garland, Caroline H., 1894-95. Librarian, Dover Public Library, Dover, 
N.H. 

Garlichs, Charles F(rederick), IV, 1890-93. Architect, 600 Jefferson Ave., 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Garlick, Anson K., 1870-73- Died June 15, 1883. 

Gamsey, George Taylor, V, 1907-08. Gloversville, N.Y. 
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Garratt, Allan V(mal), 1878-79- Chief Engineer and General Sales Agent, 

M The Lombard Governor Co., Ashland, Mass. 

Garratt, J(ames) Ernest, I, '07. Civil Engineer, with City Engineer, 6 

Lexington St., Waltham, Mass. 
Garrett, Christina Hallowell, iv, 1894-96. 
Garrett, Edmiind A(ntliony), 11, 1899-01. Manager, Twinplex Sales Co., 

Kinloch Building, St. Louis, Mo. 
Garrett, George Pahner, ni, 1905-06. 

Garrett, William Warren, m, '01. Died January 14, 1907. 
Garrigan, Philip J(oseph), VI, 1902-04. Electrician, with The Holtzer- 

Cabot Electric Co., 621 Albany St., Boston, Mass. 
Garrison, Charles, A.B., VI, '91. Of Franklin Engineering Co., 346 Broad- 
way, New York, N.Y. 
Garrison, Francis J., 1867-68. With Houghton, Mifflin Co., Publishers, 4 

Park St., Boston, Mass. 
Garstang, Cha(rle)s E(dward), IV, 1890-91. Architect, Garstang & Rea, 

204 Grove Building, Joplin, Mo. 
Garvin, Joseph Aloysius, rv, 1898-99. 
Gary, Clara E(merette), M.D., VIII, 1895-96. Physician, 416 Marlborough 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Gasche, K(arl) W(ise), Ph.B., X, '10. Dresden, Ohio. 
Gaskill, Charles S (utter), n, 1896-98. Assistant Engineer, Motive Power 

Department, Pennsylvania Railroad, Wilmington, Del. 
Gaskill, Mary Mortimer, vn, 1897-00, 1902-03. 
Gasquet, Femand V(aughan), vi, 1904-05. 
Gatch, Elwood Stewart, vn, 1892-93. 
Gates, Don S(hepard), A.B., IV, 1906-07. City Secretary for Boys, Boston, 

Y.M.C.A., Boston, Mass. 
Gates, Frank C.,IV, 1891-93. Deceased. 
Gates, Hattie L(awrence), vn, 1893-96- Teacher, South Boston High 

School. 470 Warren St., Roxbury, Mass. 
Gates, Thayer P(rescott), n, 1899-02. Industrial Engineer with the Sayles 

Bleacheries, Saylesville, R.I. 
Gates, W(arren) A(ustin), rv, '07. Superintendent and Engineer, with 

Layton & Smith, Architects, 701 Majestic Building, Oklahoma City, 

Okla. 
Gatewood, E (ichard) D(uncan), (Annapolis), xnu, S.M., '06. Naval Con- 
structor, U.S. Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 
Gatzenmeier, Alfred R. C, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1898-99. Instructor in 

Manual Training, Townsend Industrial School, Newport, R.I. 
Gaudelet, Arthur H., 1881-82. 
Gauss, Carl F(riedrich), IX, '00. 

Gavin, John Harrison, Jr., V, 1910-11. 346 Dudley St., Roxbury, Mass. 
Gawne, J(ames) O(rville), (Annapolis), xniA, S.M., '10. Assistant Naval 

Constructor, U.S.N., Na\-y Department, Washington, D.C. 
Gay, Charles M(errick), A.B., IV, '95. Architect, Union Club, New York, 

N.Y. 



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Gay, Edward H., 1882-84. Died April 9, 1896. 

Gay, Francis, 1874-75. 

Gay, Frederick T., 1867-69. 

Gay, George S., 1874-75. Coronado, Cal. 

Gay, Harold "W(illis), 1895-96. Norwood. Mass. 

Gay, Joseph Bates, IV, '87. Of Gay & Proctor, Architects, 50 Bromfield 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Gay, Martin, I, '77. Assistant Engineer, Department of Bridges, City of 
New York, 169 E. 80th St., New York, N.Y. 

Gay, Nathan O., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. Salesman, Hartshorn 
Brothers, Walpole, Mass. 

Gay, Robert T., 1884-85. Winchester, Ky. 

Gayler, Julius F(rederick), IV, 1892-94. Architect, 225 Fifth Ave., New 
York, N.Y. 

Gaylord, George B., 1872-73- 75 Montrose St., Springfield, Mass. 

Gaylord, Ja(me)s M(ason), B.S., VI, '07. Engineer, U.S. Reclamation 
Service, 605 Federal Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Gaylord, J(ohn) C(larence), B.S., VI. '08. Assistant Professor of Electrical 
Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Gaylord, Wallace Kendall, V, '93. Died March 13, 1912. 

Gaylord, W(illia)m "W(aterman), II, '06. Mechanical Engineer, Engi- 
neering Department, American Brass Co., Waterbury, Conn. 

Gaynor, Keyes C(hristopher), I, '09. City Engineer, Sioux City, Iowa. 

Geary, L(eslie) E(dward), XIII, '10. Naval Architect, Engineer and 
Broker, 203 Grand Trunk Pacific Dock, Seattle, Wash. 

Geckler, Burton E(dward), IV, '05. Architect, 125 Princeton St., Spring- 
field, Mass. 

Geer, Robert D., 1873-74. 

Geeson, Albert Barrot, 1900-01. 

Gegenheimer, R(alph) E(dwin), V, '10. Research Associate in Applied 
Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Gehring, Edwin W(agner), I, 1894-97. Physician, Y.M.C.A. Building, 
Portland, Me. 

Geiger, Albert, Jr., IV, 1891-92. Real Estate Dealer, 87 Milk St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Geiger, Arthur ■W(illiam), lll, 1896-98. 290 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 
Mass. 

Geilfuss, Carl, 1898-99. 122 Fulton St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Geismar, Joseph Lazarus, V, 1909-10. Supervisor, Dye House and Factory, 
S. Geismar & Co., 30 East 9th St., New York, N.Y. 

Geist, A(lfred) W., Jr., VI, 1902-04. Secretary and Treasurer, Compagnia 
Occidental de Almacenaje, South America, loi Calle Manzano, Gua- 
dalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. 

Gelette, William, 1865-69. Died April 27, 1902. 

Genoud, E(rnest) G(eorge), Dr. Ing., V, '08. Consulting Chemical Engineer, 
with the Scientific Station for Pure Products, New York, N.Y. 

George, Gardner Clifford, l, 'n. 697 Salem St., So. Groveland, Mass. 



1 64 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

George, Harry A(llen), II, 1900-02. Mechanical Engineer, 69 Laurel St., 

Melrose, Mass. 
George, Ralph M(oore), VI, '10. Assistant in Electrical Engineering, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
George, Sidney H(oward), 1902-03. Civil Engineer, Chicago, Milwaukee 

& Puget Sound Railroad, Seattle, Wash. 
George, William Leigh, III, 1898-99. 
Geraghty, Thomas F(rancis), ni, '05. Secretary, Sellers Manufacturing 

Co., Western Union Building, Chicago, 111. 
Gerber, Elmer L(ouis), IV, 1895-99. Architect, Gerber & Lott, 1212-15 

U. B. Building, Dayton, Ohio. 
Gere, Alfred Dalton, 1902-03- Died September 22, 1905. 
Gerhard, Hans "W(eiskirch), II, 1905-06. Light Solicitor, Toronto Electric 

Light Co., Toronto, Ontario. 
Gerhard, Norman P(aul), I, '06. Assistant Engineer, Southern Aqueduct 

Department, Board of Water Supply, City of New York, Scarsdale, 

N.Y. 
Gerhardt, Carl E., 1877-78. 
Gerity, Heath Scott, ill, '10. Architectural Draughtsman, with W. E. & 

A. A. Fisher, Architects, 459 Railway Exchange Building, Denver, 

Colo. 
Germer, Otto, Jr., n, 1888-90. Died June 6, 191 1. 
Geromanos, H(ercules) W(allace), V, '02. Superintendent of Evening 

Schools, Dean of School of Co-operative Engineering, Boston Young 

Men's Christian Association, 10 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 
Gerould, L(eonard) S(tinson), X, 1904-05. District Manager, Dunne Sales 

Co., 5343 Rosetta St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Gerrish, Herbert T(hurston), I, '08. With the Eastern Dredging Co., 

247 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Gerrish, Willard P., 1882-84. Harvard College Observatory^, Cambridge 

Mass. 
Gerrish, "W(illia)m H(em-y), n, '88. Smoke Inspector, State Board of 

Gas & Electric Light Commissioners, 173 Main St., Maiden, Mass. 
Gerry, A(rthur) P(eterson), II, '05. With the Laconia Car Company Works, 

766 Main St., Laconia, N.H. 
Gerry, Lyman L., I, 1877-80. Died July 15, 1911. 

Gerry, WiUiam F(ranklin), n, 1900-05- Manufacturer, Lynnfield, Mass. 
Getchell, Alice M., 1883-84. See Baer, Mrs. Richard P. 
Gianella, John, Jr., X, '08. Chemical Engineer, with Chas. M. Higgins & 

Co., 271 Ninth St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Gibbons, Charles A(lphonsus), Jr., Ill, '08. Chief Engineer, Cortez Asso- 
ciated Mines, Zimapan, Hidalgo, Mexico. 
Gibbons, Mary H(owes), 1894-95. See Lyons, Mrs. John B. R. 
Gibbons, M(ichael) J(oseph), Jr., VI, 1902-06. With M. J. Gibbons, Heat- 
ing, Ventilating and Plumbing Engineers, 247 McDaniel St., Dayton, 

Ohio. 
Gibbons, Robert T(ilden), ill, 1879-83. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 1 65 

Gibbs, Arthur S(herman), VI, 1900-03, 1908-05). 46 Garfield Ave., Medford, 

Mass. 
Gibbs, Daniel Wilson, iv, '10. Draughtsman with .S. W. Mead, Architect, 

Barristers Hall, Boston, Mass. 
Gibbs, George Crocker, B.D., I, '00. Clergyman, 502 South Cincinnati 

Ave., Tulsa, Okla. 
Gibbs, Joseph F(ield), 1867-68. Died September 8, 1907. 
Gibbs, Lucian Everett, I, 1892-94. Died May 6, 1898. 
Gibbs, Nathan Jackson, I, 1902-04. Deceased. 
Giblin, Thomas J., 1881-82. Dentist, 584 Columbia Road, Room 203, 

Dorchester, Mass. 
Gibson, Austin Ely, VI, 1896-97. 

Gibson, Carl Blanchard, 1899-00. Died September 29, 1900. 
Gibson, Charles, IV, 1892-93. Author, 121 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Gibson, Jessie Gilbert, IV, '03. See Paine, Mrs. W. A. 
Gibson, Louis H., 1872-73- Died November, 1907. 
Giddings, Laura, 1879-80. 
Gideon, Samuel E(dwin), IV, 1906-07. Instructor in Mechanical Drawing 

and Descriptive Geometry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

Boston, Mass. 
Gidley, Henry Tucker, I, 1906-08. North Dartmouth, Mass. 
Giel, Marcel I(ignaz), I, 1897-98. With American Machinery & Foundry 

Co., 344-360 Carroll St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Giesecke, F(riederich) E(mst), M.E., IV, '04. Professor of Architectural 

Engineering and Drawing, Agricultural and Mechanical College of 

Texas, College Station, Texas. 
GLffing, "William C(larkson), 1903-04. 78 Main St., New Rochelle, N.Y. 
Gifford, Ralph P(ercy), VI, '02. Hawthorne St., Lynn, Mass. 
Gififord, Ralph S(taples), V, '03. Chemist, E. I. duPont de Nemours 

Powder Co., Wilmington, Del. 
Gifford, Richard T(racy), VI, 1895-97. Mechanical Engineer, Pratt & 

Whitney Co., i Flower St., Hartford, Conn. 
Gilbert, Albert C(hampion),B.Agr., V, '05. Chemist, with Merrimac Chemi- 
cal Co., North Wobum, Mass. 
Gilbert, Cass, iv, 1878-79- Architect, 1 1 East 24th St., New York, N.Y. 
Gilbert, Frederick Chester, v, '98. Manager, Durango Plant, American 

Smelting and Refining Co., Durango, Colo. 
Gilbert, Irvin E., IV, 1900-01. 

Gilbert, James P(orter), v, '89. Farmer, Bolton, Mass. 
Gilbert, Perley Fred, IV, '95- x^rchitect, 53 Central St., Lowell, Mass. 
Gilbert, Robert "W., iv, 1880-81. 
Gilbert, Royce Wheeler, XI, '09. Instructor in Air and Water Analysis, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Gilbreth, Mary E., 1886-87. Died August 8, 1894. 
Gilchrist, Clarence D(yer), iv, 1890-92. Arlington, Mass. 
Gilcreest, O(scar) J(oseph), Vl, igio-n. Electrical Engineer with General 

Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 



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GUe, M. Susan, 1880-81. 

GUes, Donald McFarlan, in, 1907-11. Sampler, Copper Queen Consoli- 
dated Mining Co., Bisbee, Ariz. 

Giles, J(aber) Edward, A.B., M.B., 1872-74- Physician, 156 Fifth Ave., 
New York, N.Y. 

Gilker, W(illiam) M(ansfield), VI, '03. With the American Telephone & 
Telegraph Co., 125 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Gilkey, R(oyal) "Waldo, II, '94. Civil Engineer, Board of Water Supply, 
City of New York, 250 West 54th St., New York, N.Y. 

Gilkison, G(ordon) M(ercer), I, '09. Engineer, with the Telluride Power 
Co., Provo, Utah. 

Gill, Mrs. A. C. (Eaton, Ella E.), 1890-91. 124 Wyckoff Ave., Ithaca, 
N.Y. 

Gill, Augustus H(ennan), Ph.D., V, '84. Professor of Technical Analysis, 
Massachusetts Institute of Techology, Boston, Mass. 

Gill, Clara E., 1879-80. See Kennedy, Mrs. Richard H. 

Gill, Clarence, 1873-74. 

Gill, Edward P(addington), IV, '92. Of William D. Gill & Son, Lumber 
Merchants, 131 1 Philpot St., Baltimore, Md. 

Gill, James S(eel), n, 1895-98. Ludlow, Vt. 

Gill, Walter J(osiah), Jr., VIII, '04. Assistant Examiner, U.S. Patent Office, 
Washington, D.C. 

Gillespie, Amos E(wing), v, 1892-96. Blast Furnace Superintendent, 
Josephine Furnace & Coke Co., Josephine, Pa. 

Gillett, Lewis G(oode), Ph.B., in, '04. Mine Superintendent, with Ameri- 
can Smelting & Refining Co., Minas Tecolotes, 4 Anexas, Santa Bar- 
bara, Chihuahua, Mex. 

Gillett, Walter K(irkland), B.S., V, 1903-05- Chemist and Superintendent, 
The E. N. Manning Co., 1 15-123 East Ontario St., Chicago, 111. 

Gillett, (William) Lowry, B.A., X, '03. Chemical Engineer, General Chem- 
ical Co., 25 Broad St., New York, N.Y. 

Gillis, Ridgway M(ills), A.B., I, '10. 10 North Madison St., Walla Walla, 
Wash. 

GiUis, Thomas Leo, VI, 1902-03. Died July, 1905. 

Gillon, Charles Joseph, A.B., 1888-89. 

Gillson, Charles B(urton), x, '99. Of Gillson & Gillson, Patent Lawyers, 
1235 Monadnock Block, Chicago, 111. 

Gilman, Charles Chadboume, III, '68. Died July 10, 1902. 

Gilman, Charles W., 1885-86. 

Gilman, Gorham A., 1886-87- 

Gilman, Harry S(argent), D.M.D., IX, 1891-93. Dentist, 149 Newbury St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Gilman, John Edward, Jr., A.B., 1, 1895-96. Lawyer and Deputy Clerk, U.S. 
Circuit Court, 43 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Gilman, Walter Eastman, i, 1895-97- 

Gilman, Wesley C(lifton), n, '05. North Abington, Mass. 

Gilman, William F., 1905-06. Dedham, Mass. 



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Gilmer, Jay T(homton), I, XI, 1904-05- Gilmer Realty Co., 1038 East 12th 
St., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Gilmer, T(homton) M(eriwether), I, '06. Engineer, for Bergen & Linde- 
man, 170 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Gilmore, Franklin Chester, 1890-91. Died February i, 1892. 

Gilmore, G(eorge) L., II, '90. With K. M. Gilmore & Co., Middlesex 
Bleach, Dye and Print Works, Somerville, Mass. 

Gilmore, Harry Smith, 1889-90. Died April 11, 1891. 

Gilmore, Howard, 11, '92, Vl, '93. General Manager, Gilmore Electric Co., 
South Boston, Mass. 

Gilmore, John Byers, I, 1897-99. Died April 11, 1902. 

Gilmore, J(onathan) M(onroe), B.L., VI, '97. Inspector, Electric Bond 
and Share Co., New York, N.Y. 

Gilmore, Luther E(lmer), X, '05. Chemist with the Malleable Iron Fit- 
tings Company, P.O. Box 521, Branford, Conn. 

Gilmore, William, ll, 1879-81. Care of Horton, Gilman & McWilliams 
Co., Chicago, III. 

Gilpatrick, Clifton Bray, IV, 1908-09. 27 Paisley Park, Dorchester, Mass. 

Gilpin, Charles Edward, 1890-91. 

Gilpin, Russell, II, '99. Care of Gilpin, Van Trump & Montgomery, Wil- 
mington, Del. 

Gilson, A(lden) P(inus), II, 1901-03. Inspector, Lanston Monotype Ma- 
chine Co., 1231 Callowhill St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Gilson, Claude U(lmus), II, 1896-97. With F. H. Gilson Co., Printing and 
Bookbinding, 54-60 Stanhope St., Boston, Mass. 

Gilson, H(enry) R(obbins), II, '01. Chief Engineer, National Metal Mold- 
ing Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Gilson, Henry Y., 1887-88, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Gilson, Howard A(ugUStus), Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1889-90. Manager, 
with F. S. Payne Co., Incorporated, Elevator Installation, 295 Frank- 
lin St., Boston, Mass. 

Gilson, John L(aurence), IX, Xlll, 1898-02. With Pacific Sugar Mill, Kukui- 
hock, Hamakua, Hawaii. 

Gimson, Basil L(ovibond), II, '08. Schoolmaster, Bedales School, Peters- 
field, Hanks, England. 

Ginsburg, Henry A(braham), VI, '06. Merchant, Harvard Bazar, Incor- 
porated, 584-590 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

Ginzberg, A(braham) H(arry), IV, 1905-07. With Cambridge Shoe Store, 
595 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

Given, James Arthur, 1, 1907-09. 

Given, "W(illia)m B(arnes), Jr., Ph.B., VI, 1904-07. With American Brake 
ShoeandFoundry Co., NewYork. N.Y. 

Givrigian, SrabionVartan,VI, 1907-11. 603 Tash-Yollow, Varna, Bulgaria. 

Gladding, J(ames) N(ickerson), II, '06. City Engineer, 606 John St., 
Albuquerque, New Mexcio. 

Gladding, John Thomas Fiske, II, '00. Kennewick, Wash. 



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Glancy, R(obert) C(lifford), VI, '09. With the Bell Telephone Co., of Penn- 
sylvania, 113 Locust St., Harrisburg, Pa. 

Glasier, Arthur Franklin, X, 1906-08. Chemical Research, Carnegie Insti- 
tute of Washington, Vila St., Boston, Mass. 

Glass, Charles L., Drawing, 1893-94- 

Glass, George H., Drawing, 1893-94. 

Glazier, Harold M(etcalf), IV, '09, IV, S.M., '10. Draughtsman, Carmi- 
chael Construction Co., Akron, Ohio. 

Glazier, Leslie Gordon, vn, 1907-10. Journalist, 29 Central St., Boston, Mass. 

Gleason, Albert H., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Gleason, C(aroline) Lillian, Vll, 1901-03. 46 Brooks St., West Medford, Mass. 

Gleason, Ethel A(ugusta), IX, 1897-00. Library Cataloguer, 12 Ruthven 
St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Gleason, Geo(rge) H(athaway), M.D., II, 1895 97. Undertaker, 335 Wash- 
ington St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Gleason, G(ilbert) H(owe), V, X, 1899^2. Vice-President, Dexter Engi- 
neering Co., Incorporated, 12 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Gleason, Hall, 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. M.I.T., II, 1886-87. West Med- 
ford, Mass. 

Gleason, W(alter) A(ustin), I, '97. Instructor, University of Washington, 
Seattle, Wash. 

Gleason, Walter H(oward), V, '87. Attorney-at-Law, 35 Congress St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Glenn, C(harles) S(ewall), VI, '03. Superintendent of Maintenance, 
The Solvay Process Co., Syracuse, N.Y. 

Glidden, George B(lancliard), 1890-91. Director and Superintendent, 
with George Frost Co., 551 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Glidden, J(ohn) T (inker). III, '05. With the Cerro de Pasco Mining Com- 
pany, Cerro de Pasco, Peru. 

Glidden, John W(illard), n, '90. In Agricultural Work, De Kalb, 111. 

Glover, Albert 8., 1873-75- 88 Tremont St., Room 714, Boston, Mass. 

Glover, Edward Fernald, IV, 1888-89. 

Glover, George C(urtis), IV, '99. Architect, 8 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Glover, G(eorge) T(huinniel), n, '08. Salesman, Allis-Chalmers Co., 
Schofield Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Glover, Marie O., V, '81. See Holman, Mrs. S. W. 

Glover, Russell Henry, III, 1896-01. Harrington, Me. 

Godbold, C(harles) H(enry), xm, '98. Ship Draughtsman, with the Bureau 
of Construction and Repair, U.S. Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 

Godchaux, Albert, 1888-89. Godchaux Building, New Orleans, La. 

Godchaux, Jules, II, 1889-93. Raceland, La. 

Goddard, Asa E(lbridge), A.M., 1900-01. Teacher, 473 Walnut St., Fall 
River, Mass. 

Goddard, David S., Ill, '81. With E. Teel & Co., Wagon Manufacturers 
(Medford), 61 Mt. Vernon St., Somerville, Mass. 

Goddard, Frank C, 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. Hotel Lenox, Boston, 
Mass. 



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Goddard, Herbert W(illard), II, 1900-03. Vice-President and Manager, 
Reinforced Concrete Department, R. H. Howes Construction Co., 
105 West 40th St., New York, N.Y. 

Goddard, J(ohn) N(ewton), V, '98. Superintendent, Smelting Department, 
St. Joseph Lead Co., P.O. Box 2, Herculaneum, Mo. 

Godder, Louis H., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Godfrey, Hollis, Ph.B., V, 1896-98. Industrial Engineer and Writer, 63 
Brooks St., West Medford, Mass. 

Godfrey, Karl D(avenport), VI, 1905-07, 1908-09. Department of Mainten- 
ance of Lines, Boston Edison Electric Illuminating Co., Boston, Mass. 

Godfrey, Lucius W(iUiam), 1896-97. Farmer, Mozart, Bucks County, Pa. 

Godfrey, Otis I(ngraham), 1899-or. Martindale, Mont. 

Godfrey, Stuart C(hapin), IV, 1904-05. Lieutenant, Corps of Engineers, 
U.S. Army, Fort Leavenworth, Kans. 

Goding, William, 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Godley, Frederick A(ugustus), B.A., IV, '10. Student of Architecture, 
Ecole des Beau.\-Arts, Paris, France. 

Godley, George McM(urtrie), III, '98. New York Representative, Thomas 
Iron Co., 2 Rector St., New York. 

Goetzmann, Albert L., 1, 1889-93. 911 Royal Insurance Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Goldberg, Jacob, VI, 1908-09. Llewellyn Iron Works, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Golden, Louis Robert, VI, 1907-11. 11 Wolcott St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Golden, Michael J., '84. School of Mechanic Arts. M.I.T., II, 1896-97. Professor 
and Director of Laboratory of Practical Mechanics, Purdue Univer- 
sity, Lafayette, Ind. 

Goldenberg, Edward Benjamin, 1, 1906-08. 391 Meridian St., East Boston, 
Mass. 

Goldenberg, Maurice, IV, '02. Manager of Sales, Trussed Concrete Steel 
Co., Trussed Concrete Building, Detroit, Mich. 

Golder, O(tho) L(ewis), III, 1904-05. Broker, with A. A. Colder, Room 
321, 60 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Goldsmith, Clarence, II, '98. Assistant Engineer, City of Boston Public 
Works Department, 1-5 City Square, Charlestown, Mass. 

Goldstein, Moise H(erbert), IV, '04, IV, S.M., '05. Of Diboll, Owen & 
Goldstein, Architects, Perrion Building, New Orleans, La. 

Goldthwait, Carl E(dward), II, 1904-05. 115 Central St., Peabody, Mass. 

Goldthwait, Fred "W(arren), II, '05. District Sales Manager, Phoenix 
Iron Works Co., 1015 Tremont Building, Boston, Mass. 

Goldthwaite, Harry W(a!es), II, '99. Mechanical Engineer, Edison Port- 
land Cement Co., Stewartsville, N.Y. 

Goldthwaite, Lee Faulkner, I, 1901-03. Died 1907. 

Gomez, Jose, Xlll, 1904-05. Care of Director of Civil Service, Manila, P.I. 

Gonder, Walter B(rayton), v, '07. With the Mindoro Co., San Jose, 
Mindoio, P.I. 

Gonzalez, Alberto P(rimitivo), III, 'or. 

Gonzalez, Eafael S(ecundino), B.s., 1895-96. 

Goodale, Arthur H(owland), 1904-05. 10 Carruth St., Dorchester, Mass. 



170 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Goodale, C(harles) W(arren), ill, '75. Manager, Boston & Montana 

Department, Anaconda Copper and Silver Mining Co., Butte, Mont. 
Goodale, J(oseph) L., M.D., 1884-85. Physician, 258 Beacon St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Goodale, Percy A(llen), VI, 1901-02. Boston Manager, Preferred Accident 

Insurance Co., 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Goode, Francis C (oilier), 1904-05. 
Goodell, Everett E(dwin), Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1895-96. P.O. Box 46, 

R.F.D. No. I, Westboro, Mass. 
Goodell, G(eorge) H(askell), II, '92. Of Rank & Goodell, Dealers in 

Railway Supplies, 801 Pioneer Press Building, St. Paul, Minn. 
Goodhue, Francis, Jr., 1886-88. Wholesale Lumber Merchant, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Goodhue, Leonard H(arrington), V, '96. Chemist, Boston Rubber Shoe 

Co., Maiden, Mass. 
Goodhue, William Winfred, I, V, 1907-09. Ipswich, Mass. 
Gooding, Charles S., II, '79- Solicitor of Patents and Expert in Patent 

Causes, 28 School St., Boston, Mass. 
Gooding, Frederick M., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. M.I.T., 1880-81. 593 

Main St., Waltham, Mass. 
Goodkind, Leo, IV, 1888-90. Vice-President, Mannheimer Brothers, St. 

Paul, Minn. 
Goodman, A, J., 1875-76. 
Goodman, Lynn S(umner), Ph.B., A.M., VI, '08. With D. C. & W. B. 

Jackson, Consulting Engineers and Experts, 84 State St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Goodnough, Benjamin F., A.B., 1883-84. South St., Brookline, Mass. 
Goodnow, Frank E(dward), VI, 1903-^8. Division Chief Operator, Public 

Service Company of Northern Illinois, P.O. Box 33, Evanston, 111. 
Goodnow, Geo(rge) F., B.S., V, 1887-88. Gas Engineering, 108 South La- 

Salle St., Chicago, 111. 
Goodnow, Wallace F(ield), 11,1895-96. With American Radiator Co., 104 

West 42d St., New York, N.Y. 
Goodrich, Annie Louise, 1894-95- Teacher, West School, Maiden, Mass. 
Goodrich, Arthur L(indsay), X, '98. Instructor in Mechanical Drawing and 

Descriptive Geometry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 

Mass. 
Goodrich, Charles Cross, A.B., ll, 1893-94. Deceased. 
Goodrich, Charles H., 1873-74- Died 1881. 
Goodrich, D(avid) Parsons, IV, 1885-88. 
Goodrich, lia. Burnside, 1891-92. 
Goodrich, Robert Rhea, S.M., ill, '85, II, '01. Professor of Metallurgy, 

University of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz. 
Goodridge, Frederic S(tanley), II, '00. Estimator, with the Thompson, 

Starrett Co., 51 Wall St., New York, N.Y. 
Goodspeed, G(eorge) E(dward), Jr., ill, '10. Assistant in Geology, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER I7I 

Goodspeed, G(eorge) M(arston), V, '97. Metallurgist, National Works, 

National Tube Co., McKeesport, Pa. 
Goodwillie, Frank, 1887-88. Architect, Wallis & Goodwillic, 346 Fourth 

Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Goodwillie, James Barrett, Ph.B., ill, 1894-95. Died April 30, 1898. 
Goodwin, Charles C, II, III, 1898-02. 94 Chestnut St., Rochester, N.Y. 
Goodwin, E(dwin) G(errish), III, '03. Chief Fuel Inspector, Southern 

Railway Company, 512 Henson Building, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Goodwin, E(dwin) Sykes, Ph.B., iv, 1905-06. Architect, 42 Westminster St., 

Providence, R.I. 
Goodwin, Edwin Weeks, VI, 1907-11. P.O. Box 47, South Beiwick, Me. 
Goodwin, H(arry) M(anley), Ph.D., VIII, '90. Professor of Physics and 

Electro-chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 

Mass. 
Goodwin, Henry K., 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. M.I.T., 1888-90. Stock 

Broker, Boston Stock Exchange, P.O. Box 1678, Boston, Mass. 
Goodwin, Homer, II, 1887-90. Stock Broker, Boston Stock Exchange, 

P.O. Box 1678, Boston, Mass. 
Goodwin, Percy F(reeman), 1897-98. 
Goodwin, Richard Frederic, Jr., Ill, '10. With the Brayden Copper Co., 

Rancagua, Chile, So. America. 
Goodwin, William B(radford), 1878-79. 11 1 Chestnut St., Lowell, Mass. 
Goodwin, William F(rancis), VI, 1900-02. 305 Main St., Biddeford, Me. 
Goodyear, Watson E(dward), VI, '95. Naugatuck, Conn. 
Goomrigrian, Bedros Martyras, 1907-08. 
Gordon, Carrie, 1884-85. See Leland, Mrs. 
Gordon, E(dward) B(ertelle), Jr., II, '96. With Consolidated Engineering 

Co., 507 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 
Gordon, Elizabeth F(ulton), VII, 1894-95- State Normal School, Bridge- 
water, Mass. 
Gordon, Fred W(illiam), ll, 1903-04. 

Gordon, Louis Simon, lll, '09. 425 Geneva Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 
Gordon, William Stuart, Jr., ll, '09. Salesman, with W. S. Gordon & Co., 

Converters of Cotton and Silk Goods, 48 Leonard St., New York, 

N.Y. 
Gore, Fred E., 1882 83. 

Gore, Henry W(atson), Jr., IV, 1888-89, 1891-93- Of Hurd & Gore, Archi- 
tects, 8 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Gorfinkle, Emanuel, VI, '02. 10 Lawrence St., Chelsea, Mass. 
Gorham, Arthvu-, 1864-65. 
Gorham, Marvine, II, '93. Secretary and Treasurer, Schweppe & Wilt 

Manufacturing Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Goss, Edward O., II, 1883-87. General Manager, Scovill Manufacturing 

Co., 90 Pine St., Waterbury, Conn. 
Goss, W(illiam) F(reeman) M(yrick), '79. School of Mechanic Arts. M.I.T., 

11,^1889-90. Dean, College of Engineering, University of Illinois, 

Urbana, 111. 



172 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Goto, K(anezo), II, 'u. Graduate Student, Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology-, Boston, Mass. 
Gott, Herbert S(idney), VI, 1906-10. With Metropolitan Street Railway 

Co., New York, N.Y. 
Gottlieb, Albert S(amuel), II, IV, 1887-92. Architect, 156 Fifth Ave., New 

York, N.Y. 
Goudey, Frank Budd, I, 1893-95. Deceased. 
Gough, John Bernard, I, vi, 1890-95. Died April 28, 1905. 
Gouinlock, W(illia)m S(trachan), in, '05. General Manager, Warsaw- 
Wilkinson Co., Warsaw, N.Y. 
Gould, Alice Bache, A.B., 1889-90. 
Gould, Allen Adams, VI, '10. Assistant Superintendent, W. H. McElwain 

Co., Merrimack, N.H. 
Gould, Arthur H., 1887-88. 
Gould, Edward Percival, 1892-93. 

Gould, Edward S., II, 1884-86. P.O. Box 346, Lawrence, Kans. 
Gould, Gardner S(abin), VI, '07. 1206 Boylston St., Newton Upper Fails, 

Mass. 
Gould, Mrs. H. A., 1876-77. Deceased. 
Gould, Harold Howard, VI, 1900-03. With Boston Herald Co., Boston, 

Mass. 
Gould, LeRoy B(oardman), VI, '03. Field Engineer, Manchester Dis- 
trict, New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., Manchester, N.H. 
Gould, Richard H., XI, '11. 1206 Boylston St., Newton Upper Falls, Mass. 
Gould, Robert H., VI, '76. Died November 19, 1878. 
Gove, Anna M(aria), M.D., vn, 1887-89. Physician, 517 Highland Ave., 

Greensboro, N.C. 
Gover, Maurice Howell, VI, 1900-03. 

Gowell, Louis N(elson), IV, '00. 515 Crafts St., West Newton, Mass. 
Gowen, Charles S., 1867-70. Died October, 1909. 

Gowen, Sumner, I, '97. Engineer, Phoenix Bridge Co., Phoenixville, Pa. 
Gowing, Earle H(arley), 1873-76. Died November 24, 1909. 
Gowing, Franklin P., 1886-87. In Leather Business, H. H. Kelley & Co., 

200 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Grabau, Amadeus "W(illiam), S.M., Sc.D., XII, '96. Professor of Paleontology, 

Columbia University, New York, N.Y. 
Grabau, Philip L(ouis), XII, 1896-99. 149 West Glenwood Ave., Hyde Park, 

Mass. 
Graber, Howard Tyler, B.S., V, '03. Chief Chemist, Ray Chemical Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 
Gracea, Joseph J., 1876-78. Died March 19, 1897. 
Grady, Ronan C(alestus), 1901-02. Lieutenant, U.S.N. , U.S.S. Perkins, 

Atlantic Fleet, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Graesser, Carl Herman, II, '05. Efficiency Engineer, with International 

Silver Company, Wallingford, Conn. 
Graff, Sheldon D(ermitt), II, VI, IX, 1896-00. Salesman, Simplex Electrical 

Co., 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 



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Graham, Edwin Smith, B.S., ill, '05. In Real Estate Business, Graham, 
Texas. 

Graham, E(rrett) M(cLeod), B.S., I, '05. Resident Engineer, Baltimore 
and Ohio Railroad, Tunnclton, W.Va. 

Graham, Harold S(taniels), XIII, 1902-03. P.O. Box 313, San Juan, Porto 
Rico. 

Graham, H(enry) B(rown), ill, 1895-96. Secretary, Graham Paper Co., 
nth and Spruce Sts., St. Louis, Mo. 

Graham, Minnie A(lmira), B.A., M.A., 1901-02. Graduate Student, Bryn 
Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Graham, Robert Charles, 1893-95. Apponaug, R.I. 

Gram, Carl W(illiam), X, '09. With Walter Baker & Co., Limited, Milton, 
Mass. 

Granger, Alfred H., 1886-87. Architect, of Hewitt, Granger & Paick, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

Granger, Carrie A(melia), vil, 1890-91. 

Granger, Eliot, I, 1900-02. Died October 31, 1902. 

Grant, Edward C(hester), XIII, '05. Orchardist, Wenatchee, Wash. 

Grant, H(arry) L(amar), XIII, '01. With Western Electric Co., 500 South 
Clinton St., Chicago, 111. 

Grant, Mrs. Henry C. (Kimball, Addie), VII, 1894-95. 156 Park St., New- 
ton, Mass. 4 

Grant, Herbert C, 1875-77. Deceased. 

Grant, James, 1882-83. 

Grant, James Allen, XI, 1909-10. Windom, Minn. 

Grant, James D(ouglas), Jr., M.A., 1904-05. Public Accountant, 822 Cadiz 
St., New Orleans, La. 

Grant, Kenneth C(rothers), I, '02. Principal Engineer, Pittsburgh Flood 
Commission, 1804 Arrott Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Grant, L(eslie) R(oy), I, XIII, 1900-02. Assistant Secretary, Seattle Elec- 
tric Co., Seattle, Wash. 

Gravely, Julian S(tuart), B.A., V, 'n. Assistant in Chemistry Department, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Graves, Amos H., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Graves, Charles William, VI, 1888-90. Died July i, 1892. 

Graves, Edmund P., 1874-75. Buenos Ayres, So. America. 

Graves, Edward H., II, 1884-86. Orange, N.J. 

Graves, Harold S(ymmes), iv, 1897-99- Of James T. Kelly and Harold S. 
Graves, Architects, 57 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass. 

Graves, Henrietta L(ouisa), XII, 1897-99. Teacher, 107 Russell St., 
Waltham, Mass. 

Graves, Louis Whitney, II, 1900-01. 

Graves, W(illiam) H(agerman), IV, 1890-92. With Waldo Bros., 102 Milk 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Gray, Agnes W., 1896-97. See Pratt, Mrs. H. S. 

Gray, Albert W(ebster), I, 1894-97- Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Gray, Alice M(aude), V, 1895-96. 155 Humboldt Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 



174 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Gray, Curtis R(ockwell), II, VI, 1900-04. Sales Manager, Vulcanized Pro- 
ducts Co., Muskegon, Mich. 
Gray, David E., vi, 1895-98. 
Gray, Edward W. T., 1888-89. 
Gray, Geo(rge) H(arrison), VI, '09. With the Standard Laboratory, 

Telluride Power Co., Olmstead, Utah. 
Gray, Greta, rv, '01. With Gray, Ewing & Co., Spokane, Wash. 
Gray, John Mathew, IV, 1909-10. Architect, with E. T. B. Graham, 20 

Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Gray, J(oseph) P(helps), I, '77. President, Boston Manufacturers Mutual 

Fire Insurance Co., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Gray, Owen H(errick), VI, '97. Consulting Engineer, of Owen H. Gray 

& Co., Engineers, 421 Dooly Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Gray, Robert S., 1866-67. Died March 17, 1906. 
Gray, Samuel S., 1866-68. 16 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Gray, Thomas J., 1866-67. 

Gray, Wilford D(niry), I, 1902-04. P.O. 495, Woburn, Mass. 
Gray, "William P(almer), VI, '92. 8 So. 5th St., Richmond, Va. 
Greeley, Frederick, 1872-75- Died January 23, 1912. 
Greeley, Guy H., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Greeley, Ja(me)s T., M.D., V, 1883-89. Physician and Surgeon, Masonic 

Temple, Nashua, N.H. 
Greeley, M(orris) L., n, 1881-85. Sur^-eyor, of Greeley-Howard Co., 

127-139 North Clark St., Chicago, 111. 
Greeley, Samuel A(mold), A.B., XI, '06. Superintendent, Refuse Incin- 
erator, City of Milwaukee, City Hall, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Greeley, William Roger, iv, '02, rv, S.M., '03. Architect, with R. Clipston 

Sturgis, 120 BoylstonSt., Boston, Mass. 
Greeley, L(eslie) W(illiam), I, '10. Draughtsman, Indiana Bridge Co., 

Muncie, Ind. 
Green, Andrew H(ugh), I, '96. Canefield, Dominica, British West 

Indies. 
Green, Carlton F(rancis), m, '03. With Stone & Webster Engineering 

Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Green, Charles Edward, n, '10. With the Massachusetts Chemical Co., 

Walpole, Mass. 
Green, Erik H(astings), A.B., A.M., Ph.D., V, 1899-01. Farmer and Chemist, 

14 John St., Providence, R.I. 
Green, Francis C(ushing), XI, '95. President, Commercial Engineering 

Co., 2 Rector St., New York, N.Y. 
Green, F(rank) W(hiting), XI, 1900-01. Superintendent of Filtration, Mont- 

clair Water Co., P.O. Box 208, Little Falls, N.J. 
Green, Fred M(ortLmer), VI, '09. Second Lieutenant, Coast Artillery 

Corps, U.S.A., War Department, Washington, D.C. 
Green, Henry L(incoln), I, IX, XI, 1898-91, 1903-04. Chronicle Building, 

Houston, Texas. 
Green, Lonsdale, 1883-84. Contractor, 1356 East 56th St., Chicago, 111. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 175 

Green, Mary L(ynch), VII, 1902-03. Teacher^ South Boston High School, 

South Boston, Aiass. 
Green, Theodore, I, '05. With the Ferro Concrete Construction Co., 

Richmond and Harriet Sts., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Green, William, VI, '06. With the Diamond Match Co., Barberton, Ohio. 
Green, W(illiani) Duncan, I, '09. Draughtsman, Bridge Department, 

Kansas City Terminal Railway Co., Kansas City, Mo. 
Green, "W(illia)m ■W(ilcox), I, '92. Planter and Civil Engineer, Bay City, 

Texas. 
Greenan, James Owen, ill, 'n. Central City, Colo. 

Greenburg, Max A(braham), ill, 1903-05. 14 Decatur St., Boston, Mass. 
Greene, Albert E(dwards), VIII, '07. Electric Furnace and Metallurgical 

Expert, 1445 Monadnock Building, Chicago, 111. 
Greene, Bertram William Batch elder, ix, '02. Died May 15, 1909. 
Greene, Charles Ezra, A.M., c.E., I, '68. Died October 18, 1903. 
Greene, Charles Sumner, 1888-90. 
Greene, Chester Marson, II, 1900-03. Instructor in Manual Training, 

Worcester Public Schools, 174 Pleasant St., Worcester, Mass. 
Greene, Edwin F(arnham), II, 1901-02. 70 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 
Greene, Elbert D(aniel), VI, '10. 5 Pitkin Place, Pueblo, Colo. 
Greene, Frank, ix, 1890-93. Superintendent of Construction, Charles W. 

Gindell Co. of Chicago, 111., 55 Kimball Building, Cedar Rapids, la. 
Greene, George Gould, ll, 1891-93. 
Greene, George M(elville), V, 1899-03. Assistant Superintendent, Colgate 

& Co., 55 York St., Jersey City, N.J. 
Greene, Henry C, A.B., IV, 1894-95. Agent, Massachusetts Commission 

for the Blind, 308 Ford Building, Boston, Mass. 
Greene, Henry M., IV, 1888-90. Architect, Greene & Greene, 215 Boston 

Building, Pasadena, Cal. 
Greene, Irving Galen, l, '88. Died February 24, 1891. 
Greene, John F(rancis), I, 1905-07. 1129 Hamilton St., Spokane, Wash. 
Greene, Joseph T., IV, 1882-84. Died February 18, 1911. 
Greene, S(amuel) Cuyler, II, 1881-85. Draughtsman and Designer, Wil- 
liamson Bros. Co., Cumberland St. and Arimingo Ave., Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
Greene, William B., Jr., 1870-72. Died September 4, 1904. 
Greene, William R., Jr., 1886-88. 
Greenfield, William Hirst, IX, 1891-93. 
Greenlaw, Charles Rutherford, ll, 1895-97. 
Greenlaw, F(rank) M(urray), VI, '90. Head of Science Department, Rogers 

High School, 29 Mann Ave., Newport, R.I. 
Greenlaw, Mrs. Frank M. (Kramer, Emma), IV, 1891-93. 29 Mann Ave., 

Newport, R.I. 
Greenleaf, Cuthbert Tibbetts, II, 'n. With the New England Cotton Yarn 

Co., New Bedford, Mass. 
Greenleaf, Edward H(ale), rv, 1869-73- "Greenworth," Montecito, 

Santa Barbara County, Cal. 



176 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Greenleaf, John C(aineron), Ph.B., 1895-96. Architect, 15 West 28th St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Greenleaf, Kenneth, VI, 1907-11. Engineer, Truck Service Department, 

Peerless Motor Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Greenleaf, L(ewis) S(tone), VI, '94. Treasurer, Manning Sand Paper Co., 

Watervliet, N.Y. 
Greenman, Elizabeth, VIII, 1896-97, 1903-04. Teacher, Waitt School, Boston, 

Mass. 
Greenough, Arthur T(eniple), 1876-77- Died September 18, 1889. 
Greenough, Horatio S., I, V, 1867-68. Care of Dr. Rene Semelaigne, 16 

Avenue de Madrid, Neuilly sur Seine, France. 
Greenough, Malcolm S., A.B., 1869-70. 7 Gloucester St., Boston, Mass. 
Greenough, Walter C, 1873-75. 
Greenwood, Charles W., 1869-70. 
Greenwood, Grace, VII, 1895-96. MacDonald Institute, Guelph, Ontario, 

Canada. 
Greenwood, Joseph N., 1885-86. 365 Essex St., Lawrence, Mass. 
Greenwood, Lester Clyde, II, 1908-09. 
Greenwood, Phil P(rescott), VI, '07. With the Testing Department, 

Commonwealth Edison Co., 84 Market St., Chicago, 111. 
Greenwood, Mrs. Robert (Macomber, Alice), 1891-92. 
Greenwood, Williston W., B.C.E., II, 1893-94. 
Greer, H(erbert) C(hester), III, '99. President, Preston County Coke 

Company, Cascade, W.Va. 
Greer, M(edorem) W(illiani), VI, '91. In Private Business, P.O. Box 317, 

Tacoma, Wash. 
Greeves, Walter Bruce, ll, 1900-01. 
Gregg, David, Jr., 1902-03. 

Gregory, Clay, Jr., 1905-06. 802 Wall St., Joplin, Mo. 
Gregory, Harold, I, 1891-92. 
Gregory, John H(erbert), I, '95. Of Rudolph Hering & John H. Gregory, 

Consulting Engineers, 170 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Gregory, Newman Ballard, III, '09. Mining Engineer, Stubbs & Gregory, 

Praetorian Building, Dallas, Texas. 
Gregson,, Robert B(urton), II, 1901-05. P.O. Box 164, Southbridge, Mass. 
Grice, John M(arriott), III, 1899-03. Died September, 1909. 
Griffin, Allen T(ristram), v, 1897-99- 775 East St. James St., San Jose, 

Cal. 
Griffin, Arthur Eugene, VI, 1896-00. 
Griffin, Charles J(ames), I, '04. Assistant Engineer, Boston & Maine 

Railroad, North Station, Boston, Mass. 
Griffin, Frederic, 1898-99. 
Griffin, George A(ppleton), I, '07. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water 

Supply, City of New York, Realty Building, White Plains, N.Y. 
Griffin, James E(dwin), I, 1902-06. With Bradley Pulverizer Co., 92 State 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Griffin, Mabel T., 1890-91. 10 Bell Rock St., Maiden, Mass. 



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Grifiin, Marion M. (Mahony, Marion Lucy), IV, '94- Architect, 1200 

Steinway Hall, Chicago, 111. 
Griffin, Percy, IV, 1882-84. Architect, Griffin & Wynkoop, 30 Church St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Griffin, Perley K(imball), II, '06. Mechanical Draughtsman, Stone & 

Webster Engineerng Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Griffin, Wheaton I(ra), I, '08. Salesman, with Griffin & Hoxie, Whole- 
sale Grocers, Catherine St., Utica, N.Y. 
Grimes, Cha(rle)s B(rowning), VI, '92. Of Pomeroy & Fisher, Importers of 

Paints and Varnishes, 28 Frankfort St., New York, N.Y. 
Grimes, Fred W., 1874-78. 
Grimes, William Francis, Jr., vi, 1904-06, i907-09- 54 School St., Belmont, 

Mass. 
Gring, Ambrose Daniel, Jr., X, 1908-09. 15 Kirkland Road, Cambridge, 

Mass. 
Grinnell, Arthur G., 1871-72. In General Business, 89 Hawthorne St., 

New Bedford, Mass. 
Grinnell, Oliver C, Jr., 1893-94- 
Griswold, H(arold) W(iley), I, '08. Junior Engineer, U.S. Engineer 

Office, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
Griswold, Horace S(eth), VII, 1909-10. University of California, Berkeley, 

Cal. 
Gritzner, Fred A., v, 1889-90. 
Groesbeck, Edward Center, M.A., B.A., V, '06. 355 State St., Albany, 

N.Y. 
Groff, James S(tephen), VII, 1906-09. Chemist, Naval Torpedo Station, 

Newport, R.I. 
Groover, Francis B(artow), 1, 1903-06. Ivanhoe, Ga. 
Grose, Charles W., l, 1884-87. North Adington, Mass. 
Grosh, Jerome Emil, IV, 1893-95. Died August 2, 1903. 
Gross, Mrs. Cora B., v, 1908-09. 63 Burt St., Taunton, Mass. 
Gross, Harold G(ordon), VII, '88. Physician and Surgeon, 431 F St., Eu- 
reka, Cal. 
Grossman, Marcus A(urelius), III, 'n. Assistant in Metallurgy, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Grosvenor, A(sa) W(aters),B.s., II, '99. Civil Engineer, 311 Bank Block, 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Grosvenor, J(ohn) M., Jr., 1881-82. County Commissioner, County of 

Essex, Swampscott, Massachusetts, and Manufacturing Chemist, 201 

Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Grovenor, R(ansom) C(onant), II, 1902-03. Foreman, Crosby Steam Gage 

and Valve Co., 38 Central St., Boston, Mass. 
Grover, Edmund, I, '77. Civil Engineer and Landscape Gardener, East 

Walpole, Mass. 
Grover, Frederick "W"(arren), S.M., Ph.D., VIII, '99. Professor of Electrical 

Engineering, Colby College, Waterville, Me. 
Grover, George C, 1875-78. Died August 16, 1881. 

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lyS MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Grover, N(athan) C(lifford), B.C.E., I, '96. Chief Engineer, Land Classi- 
fication Board, U.S. Geological Survey, 1330 F St., N.W., Washing- 
ton, D.C. 

Grover, William A(lbert), I, 1893-95- Civil Engineer, Dover, N.H. 

Grover, William H., 1887-88, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Groves, Harry H(unt), 1, 1900-04. Transitman, Elimination of Grade Cross- 
ings, Boston & Albany Railroad, Union Station, Worcester, Mass. 

Grubnau, Victor Carl, m, '09. With the American Smelter & Securities 
Co., Asarco, Durango, Mexico. 

Grunsky, Eugene L(ucius), I, 1905-09. 

Grush, Charles E., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Grush, Hemy G(ranville), VI, '96. With New England Telephone & 
Telegraph Co., 116 Richmond St., Boston, Mass. 

Guerin, H(arry) J(oseph), I, 1901-06. Civil Engineer, Metropolitan Water 
and Sewerage Board, i Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Guernsey, Geo(rge) R(ockwell),I, '06. Assistant to Teller, N. W. Harris 
& Co., Incorporated, 35 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Guest, David P., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Guest, Frederick B(ertine), Xin, 1902-05. 

Guibord, Fred W(illis), V, '05. With the Patent Department, United 
Shoe Machinery Co., 512 Albany Building, Boston, Mass. 

Guild, C(harles) F. M., 1883-84. News Editor, Boston Globe, Boston, Mass. 

Guild, Charles H(umplireys), II, 1878-81. 

Guild, Edith T., 1886-87. See Taussig, Mrs. F. W. 

Guild, Frank E(mmons), VI, 1901-04. Salesman, Bradford & Co., St. 
Joseph, Mich. 

Guild, Frederick, Science and Literature, '73. 76 Bay State Road, Boston, 
Mass. 

Guild, Irving T(racy), IV, 1885-87. Landscape Architect, 4 Joy St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Guilford, I(rving) M(orse), n, '08. With The Ball & Socket Manufactur- 
ing Co., West Cheshire, Conn. 

Gulliver, Frederic P., Ill, 1883-86. 30 Huntington Lane, Norwich, Conn. 

Gund, Jos(eph) A(lbert), I, 1897-98. Contractor, Gund, Graham Co., 
Freeport, 111. 

Gundrum, August Charles, Vl, 1900-01. 

Gunn, Selskar M(ichael), vn, '05. Assistant Professor of Sanitary Biology 
and Public Health, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 
Mass. 

Gunn, T(homas) M(cCheyne), M.A., xni, '05. Assistant Professor of 
Mechanical Engineering, Columbia University, New York, N.Y. 

Gunnison, SarahP., a.b., 1883-85. 34 Blynman Ave., Gloucester, Mass. 

Guppy, Benj(amin) W(ilder), I, '89. Engineer of Structures, Boston and 
Maine Railroad, North Station, Boston, Mass. 

Guppy, George, n, 1889-92. Architect, 53 State St., Rm. 921, Boston, Mass. 

Gupta, B(irendra) C(handra), VI, 1903-07. Electrical and Mechanical Engi- 
neer, Silk Factory, Srinagar, Kashmir, India. 



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Guptai, Frank E(dward), VI, '96. With Stone & Webster Engineering 

Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Gurd, John A(bram), IV, 1893-94. Architect, 281 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Gumey, Ewing R(udolph), 1895-98. Engineer, Knox Automobile Co., 

Springfield, Mass. 
Gurney, Harold P(easlee), X, '08. With the National India Rubber Co., 

Bristol, R.I. 
Gurza, Jaime, ill, 1899-02. 
Gustafson, G(ustaf) Edw(ard), I, 'oi. With E. C. & R. M. Shankland, 

Civil Engineers, 1106 The Rookery, Chicago, 111. 
Gustin, George H., ill, '83. Died August 17, 1906. 
Gustin, Harry E., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. Manager, B. F. Keith's 

Theatre, Boston, Mass. 
Guthrie, George E., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Guthrie, Seymour Ashley, ill, 1906-09, 1910-11. Riverside, III. 
Gutmann, "Walter U(sher), 1889-90. 130 Arch St., Lewiston, Me. 
Gutterson, Frank Alden, IV, 1892-94. Died November 6, 1901. 
Guttridge, J(ames) A(ddison), l, 1893-97. Civil Engineer, New York Board 

of Water Supply, West Shokan, N.Y. 
Guy, James R(ingold), B.S., II, 1896-97. With Construction and Repair 

Department, Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va. 
Guys, Armand, 1873-75- 

Haanel, Benjamin F(ranklin), C, XIII, 1901-02. 405 University Place, Syra- 
cuse, N.Y. 

Haar, S(elby), VI, '04. Electrical Engineer, with the Power and Mining 
Engineering Department, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Haarstick, ■W(illia)m T(heodore), 1882-83. 

Haas, LudwigF(riedrich) C(arl), 1904-08. 

Habberley, Albert N(athaniel), 1890-91. With Middlesex Fells Division, 
Metropolitan Park System, Medford, Mass. 

Haberstroh, Cha(rle)s E., l, 1871-74. Superintendent Sudbury Depart- 
ment, Metropolitan Water Works, South Framingham, Mass. 

Hackett, Jean A., IV, 1880-81. Died August, 1898. 

Hackett, Wallace, 1872-74. Portsmouth, N.H. 

Hadaway, W(illia)m S(eymour), Jr., VIII, '87. Electric Heating Engineer, 
276 Springdale Ave., E. Orange, N.J. 

Hadcock, Edward W(ebster), I, 1898-00. Died October, 191 1. 

Haddock, Herbert W., 1886-87. 

Haddock, I(saac) T(homas), V, 1899-03. Chemist, Cambridge Gas Light 
Co., Third St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Hadji Sawa, Achilles, I, '10. BafTra, Turkey in Asia via Constantinople. 

Hadley, Frederick Walter, VI, '93. Manager, Atlantic Water & Electric 
Power Co., Empire Building, Atlanta, Ga. 

Hadley, John C, 1866-67. Stoneham, Mass. 

Hadley, R(alph) E(dgar), I. '05. Of Geo. H. Hadley & Co., Wholesale 
Grocers, 266 Lowell St., Lawrence, Mass. 



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Hadley, Samuel L., vi, 1888-89. 

Hadley, W(alter) E(lbridge), m, '04- Assistant Superintendent, Blast 

Furnaces, Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Co., Ensley, Ala. 
Hafer, Edward, I, i888-<)o. Haddon Hall, Avondale, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Haffenreffer, Rudolph F., 1894-95. With Old Colony Brewing Co., Fall 

River, Mass. 
Hagar, Edward M(cKim), M.M.E., II, '93. President, Universal Portland 

Cement Co., 72 West Adams St., Chicago, 111. 
Hagar, Fred Dean, U, 1906-07. Superintendent, Standard Thermometer Co., 

Amesbury, Mass. 
Haggart, Cecil N(eil), I, 1902-03. Bridge Engineer, 79 North Allen St., 

Albany, N.Y. 
Hagood, Lee, VI, '08. First Lieutenant U.S.A. (retired), with the Lighting 

Engineering Department, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
Hague, Alfred, n, 1906-10. Production Engineer, S. T. Williams & Staff, 

346 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Hague, ■W(illia)m, 1886-87. Tidioute, Pa. 
Hahn, Edwin, II, 1905-06. Shoe Merchant, with Wm. Hahn Co., 7th and 

K Sts., W^ashington, D.C. 
Hahn, William I., n, 1889-91. Died July 22, 1904. 
Haigh, Charles A., 1887-88. With the Boston Belting Co., 50 Burroughs 

St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Hainer, Julius C, Vin, 1885-86. Ames, la. 
Haines, Edward W., 1880-01, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Haines, Frank March, III, '84. Died June i, 1905. 

Haines, Fred, 1876-77. 

Haines, John T(aylor), 1881-82. Deceased. 

Haines, Tho(ma)s H(enry), n, 'n. 516 Talbot Ave., Dorchester Center, 
Mass. 

Haines, Walter S(tanley), A.M., M.D., 1869-71. Professor of Chemistry, 
Materia Medica and Toxicology, Rush Medical College, Chicago, and 
Professional Lecturer on Toxicology, University of Chicago, Chicago, 
111. 

Haines, William Morris, vi, 1897-00. 

Hale, Annie Pierce, V, VII, 1904-05- 1 88 Chestnut Hill Ave., Brookline, Mass. 

Hale, Benjamin, Jr., VI, 1892-97. P.O. Box 48, Newbur>^port, Mass. 

Hale, David C(ampbell), rv, 1880-82. Deceased. 

Hale, George E(llery), ScD., LL.D., Ph.D., vni, '90. Director, Mount 
Wilson Solar Observatory, Pasadena, Cal. 

Hale, Henry A(ppleton), Jr., Il, '10. With the Salem Gas Light Co., 
Salem, Mass. 

Hale, J(ames) E(llis), n, '08. Experimental Engineer, with the Goodyear 
Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. 

Hale, James W(liite), vm, 1881-82. Newburyport, Mass. 

Hale, J(oseph) W(oodwell), L(edwidge), Vl, '08. Head Instructor, Penn- 
sylvania Railroad Company's School for Apprentices, Altoona, Pa. 

Hale, Joshua, 1887-88. Engineer, 10 P.O. Square, Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER l8l 

Hale, Mary D(ean), VII, 1902-06. 188 Chestnut Hill Ave., Brookline, 
Mass. 

Hale, Philip Jewett, I, '08. With Purdy & Henderson, Civil Engineers, 
Chicago, 111. 

Hale, Richard A(ugustus), I, '77- Principal Assistant Engineer, Essex 
Co., Lawrence, Mass. 

Hale, Richard K(ing), A.B., I, '04. Of Richardson & Hale, Consulting Engi- 
neers, 85 Water St., Boston, Mass. 

Hale, Richard W(aldron), A.B., LL.B., 1887-88. Lawyer, Hale and Grinnell, 
Room 517, 60 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Hale, Robert S., 1893-94. 

Hale, Wilfred S., 1907-08. 50 Clinton Ave., Albany, N.Y. 

Haley, Dennis F(rederick), ill, 'or. P.O. Box 28, Basin, Mont. 

Haley, Frank, I, 1902-04- With Engineering Department, Boston & Maine 
Railroad, Boston, Mass. 

Haley, Humphrey Matthew, VI, '04. Electrical Engineer, with Edwin C. 
Lewis, Incorporated, 121 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Haley, James W., 1868-70. Salmon Falls, N.H. 

Haley, John F(rancis), I, 1902-06. 

Haley, Joseph F(rancis), VI, 1901-02. 134 Dorchester St., So. Boston, Mass. 

Haley, Ralph J(andt), A.B., II, '10. With the Steam Engineering Depart- 
ment, South Works, Illinois Steel Co., So. Chicago, 111. 

Hall, Albert Francis, II, '68. Died July 22, 1907. 

Hall, Albert P(ercival), I, III, 1888-92. With Milwaukee Telephone Co., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

Hall, Arthur P(arker), X, '02. Chemical Engineer, Secretary Gantt Piling 
Machine Co., and Treasurer American No-Slip Cement Co., 60 State 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Hall, Barton, IV, 1900-02. 18 W. 38th St., Kansas City, Mo. 

Hall, Breed, VIII, 1904-05. Forester, 33 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 

Hall, Carl Albe, II, '08. Fuel Efficiency Engineer, National State Capital 
Bank Bldg., Concord, N.H. 

Hall, Charles H(enry), XIll, 1894-96. 53 Pineapple St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Hall Edward Childs, Jr., II, '92. In Private Business, 43 Mount Auburn 
St., Watertown, Mass. 

Halls, Edw(ard) R(ussell), II, 'n. Associated Factory Mutual Fire In- 
surance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Hall, E(dwin) R(ymes), II, '08. With the Experimental Department, 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. 

Hall, Francis P(arkman), 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. M.I.T., V, '82. 
In Private Business, 177 High St., Winchendon, Mass. 

Hall, Frank D(avid) (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '05. Assistant Naval Con- 
structor, U.S.N., Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, Cal. 

Hall, Frank E(lliot), 1891-92. Grafton, Mass. 

Hall, Frank P., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Hall, Frank Rockwood, 1867-68. Lawyer, 10 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Hall, Fred A., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 



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Hall, Frederic D., 1887-88, School of Mechanic Arts. Electrician, with Boston & 

Maine Railroad, 152 Causeway St., Boston, Mass. 
Hall, Frederick B., II, 1886-90. Died October 27, 19 10. 
Hall, Gaylord C(rossette), VI, 1892-96. Electrical Engineer, Interborough 

Rapid Transit Co., 622 West 137th St., New York, N.Y. 
Hall, Geo(rge) Anthony, B.D., M.A., IX, '01. Pastor, Congregational Church, 

Lyndon, Vt. 
Hall, George D(uflaeld), IV, 1900-01. Of Brett & Hall, Landscape Archi- 
tects, 31 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Hall, George G(arfield), IV, '04. Stony Creek, Conn. 
Hall, Harry R(utledge), I, '07. Civil Engineer with the Massachusetts 

State Board of Health, 141 State House, Boston, Mass. 
Hall, Henry G., 1875-78. (Retired), 33 Warren St., Salem, Mass. 
Hall, Henry W(illiam), B.S. (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., 'II. Architectural 

Draughtsman, with Wm. B. Ottner, Architect, 408 Board of Education 

Building, St. Louis, Mo. 
Hall, Herbert C, 1869-70. Died April, 1906. 
Hall, John, VI, 1900-04. 820 Princess St., Wilmington, N.C. 
Hall, John Richardson, VI, '90. Died August 7, 1902. 
Hall, John W.,rv, 1889-91. 8 Hillside St., Roxbur>^ Mass. 
Hall, Joseph J., IV, 1885-87. Architect, 3607 Windsor Mill Road, Balti- 
more, Md. 
Hall, Malcolm Bridges, I, m, 1906-08. 141 Lexington St., Waverley, 

Mass. 
Hall, Melville B(eardslee), VI, 1904-06. Salesman, Westinghouse Electric 

& Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo. 
Hall, Mrs. (Bowers, Mary), B.L., M.A., Ph.D., 1900-01. 152 South Linden 

St., Bethlehem, Pa. 
Hall, Milton W(eston), m.d., vii, '00. Physician, Murray Hospital, Butte, 

Mont. 
Hall, Prescott F(arnsworth), 1885-86. 

Hall, Ralph H(erbert), II, 1903-04. 1 870 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 
HaU, Ralph N(ickerson), n. 1903-06. \Mth United Shoe Machinery Co., 93 

Center St., Brockton, Mass. 
Hall, R(obert) George, V, '97. General Manager, United Zinc & Chemical 

Co., 318 Dwight Building, Kansas City, Mo. 
Hall, R(oderick) D., 1885-86. Supervising Engineer, i Davis St., Wollas- 

ton, Mass. 
Hall, Russell, I, XI, 1895-96. Mill Superintendent, Androscoggin Pulp 

Co., South \^'indham, Me. 
Hall, Sarah A., VIII. '94. See Bonesteele, Mrs. P. F. 

Hall, Sherwood, Jr., n, 1904-05, 1906-07. Salesman with Cadillac Automo- 
bile Co., of Boston, 372 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Hall, S(tephen) M(inard), VI, '00. Sales Engineer, with the Garwood 

Electric Company, 149 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Hall, Wallace R(alph), I, '06. Civil Engineer, 139 Winchester St., Newton 

Highlands, Mass. 



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Hall, W(alter) A(twood), A.B., VI, '96. Assistant to the Manager, Lynn 

Works, General Electric Co., West Lynn, Mass. 
Hall, Walter C(lenient), V, 1902-03. 7 Luteman Place, Roxbury, Mass. 
Hall, William Alden (Annapolis), XIII, 1901-02. Lock Box 675, North Easton, 

Mass. 
Hall, William Augustus, 1884-85. Lawrence, Mass. 
Hall, William Montague, xill, 1894-96. Died June 19, 1896. 
Hall, William T(homas), V, '95. Assistant Professor of Analytical Chem- 
istry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Hallack, Charles, Jr., XII, 1901-03. 131 5 California St., Denver, Colo. 
Hallaran, John Sanford, I, '96. The Colonial, Toledo, Ohio. 
Hallenberg, Adolph, 1886-87. Architect, Louisville, Ky. 
Hallett, Alton Sears, Jr., Ill, VI, 1907-08. Hyannis, Aiass. 
Hallett, Harold Maurice, III, VI, 1907-09. Clerk and Paymaster, Unit 

Construction Co., St. Louis, Mo. 
Hallett, Lucius F(elt), VI, '08. Wellesley Farms, Mass. 
Hallett, William L., 1873-75- Sei-vice Department, Denver Union Water 

Co., Denver, Colo. 
Halliburton, Wesley, 1, 1891-92. 
Hallowell, H(enry), B(artlett) ill, '07. Mill Superintendent, Millerett 

Mine, Gowganda, Ontario. 
Hallowell, Lucretia M., 1893-94- See Churchill, Mrs. F. S. 
Hallstrom, Carl R., Mechanic Arts andDrawing, 1897-98. Whitford St., Roslin- 

dale, Mass. 
Hallstrom, Walter A., Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1896-97- Civil Service 

Clerk, War Department, Coast Artillery School, Fort Monroe, Va. 
Hallsall, William F(armsby), 1870-71. 620 Atlantic Ave., Room 4, Boston, 

Mass. 
Halsey, Milo C(linton), I, 1909-10. Structural Engineer, Maintenance of 

Way Department, Pacific Electric Railway Co., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Ham, Clara E(leanor), VII, '03. See Martin, Mrs. A. H. 
Ham, Fred, vi, 1885-87. 
Hamblet, A(bel) M(artin), V, '02. Superintendent, Chemical Engineering 

and Operating Co., 13 Rumford Ave., Rumford Falls, Me. 
Hamblet, Clement A(rthur), M.D.V., V, 1890-91. Veterinarian, 495 Varnum 

Ave., Lowell, Mass. 
Hamblet, George W(arren), II, '88. Proprietor, Hamblet Machine Co., 

P.O. Box 665, Lawrence, Mass. 
Hambly, John B., 1871-73. Portsmouth, N.H. 
Hamburger, Charles M., X, 1895-97. 204 Chamber of Commerce, Boston, 

Mass. 
Hamden, Charles A(lbert), 1, 1891-94. 26 East Springfield St., Boston, Mass. 
Hamill, Edward W(illiam), IV, '07. Died June 30, 1909. 
Hamill, Hugh, 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Hamilton, Albert, II, 1899-01. 14 Carlton St., Holyoke, Mass. 
Hamilton Albert S(cott), VI, VII, 1903-05. 278 Washington St., Middletown, 

Conn. 



1 84 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Hamilton, Alfred S(tarr), IX, '97. Liability Insurance Broker, Tribune 

Building, New York, N.Y. 
Hamilton, Arthur L(ittle), ill, '00. President and Treasurer, International 

Tag Company, 661 West Lake St., Chicago, 111. 
Hamilton, Charles B(rowning), VI, 1903-05. 29 Mall St., West Lynn, 

Mass. 
Hamilton, Cha(rle)s E(aton), VI, '06. Engineering Department, Lamson 

Consolidated Store Service Co., 161 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Hamilton, E(arl) R(ussell), XIV, '10. Chemist, with the Providence Gas 

Co., Providence, R.I. 
Hamilton, Edgar L(ockwood), III, '91. President, Pilcher-Hamilton Co., 

Wholesale Paper Dealers, 340 Dearborn Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Hamilton, Edward R., I, 1870-73. In Mining Business, Cambria, Cal. 
Hamilton, Frank E(dverse), VI, 1903-05. General Engineer, with Interstate 

Malt Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Hamilton, Frank S(idney), ni, 1903-05. In Real Estate Business, 716 

Grand Ave., Temple Building, Kansas City, Mo. 
Hamilton, George W(yman), l, '80. District Engineer, Sewer Service, 

Public Works Dept., City of Boston, 30 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 
Hamilton, James M(ontgomery), IV, 1899-01. 3922 Prospect Ave., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Hamilton, Robert S(tavely), Jr., Ill, 1900-07. P.O. Box 807, Lewistown, 

Mont. 
Hamilton, Thomas M(oore), ill, 1900-02. Superintendent, American Smelt- 
ing & Refining Co., Charcas, San Luis Potosi, Mexico. 
Hamlen, E(lizabeth) P(erkins), VII, 1894-95, 1900-01. 829 Boylston St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Hamlen, Gertrude L(oring), VII, 1900-01, 1905-04. See Catlin, Mrs. D. K. 
Hamlen, Harry H(oward), VI, 1896-99. 20 Pleasant St., Augusta, Me. 
Hamlen, John E(lbert), 1891-92. 18 Pleasant St., Augusta, Ga. 
Hamlet, Harry G(abriel), VI, 1892-93. 70 Long Wharf, Boston, Mass. 
Hamlin, A(lfred) D(wight) F(oster), IV, 1876-77. Professor, History of 

Architecture, Columbia University, New York, N.Y. Also of firm 

of Hamlin & Warren, New York, N.Y. 
Hamlin, Ralph, I, 1899-00. Chief Engineer, with Pike & Cook, Contractors, 

416 South 5th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Hamlin, William E., 1901. President, Consolidated Engineering & Con- 
struction Co., I Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Hammarberg, Axel, III, 1904-05. Vastra Hammargaten, Gothenburg, 

Sweden. 
Hammatt, E(dward) A(ugustus) "W(hite), I, '75. Civil and Hydraulic 

Engineer, Hyde Park, Mass. 
Hammatt, Edward S., 1875-77. Died August 24, 1907. 
Hammatt, R(ichard) F(ox), VII, 1902-03. Forester, U.S. Forest Service, 

Sisson, Siskiyou County, Cal. 
Hammett, Hiram G., II, 1880-82. 27 Second St., Troy, N.Y. 
Hammett, Louis W(ilber), ix, '05. Care of Evening Standard, Troy, N.Y. 



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Hammett, P(hilip) M(elancthon), A.B., II, '90. Superintendent of Motive 
Power, Maine Central Railroad, Portland, Me. 

Hammett, William A., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. M.I.T., II, 1878-80. 
Died March 21, 1895. 

Hammond, Alonzo J(ohn), C.E., XI, 1890-91. Consulting Engineer, Suite 
207-208 Summers Building, South Bend, Ind. 

Haimnond, Benjamin, ill, 1905 07, 1908-09. 35 Court St., Boston, Mass. 

Hammond, Charles F(rederick), I, '91. In Business, 341 Twentieth St., 
Detroit, Mich. 

Hammond, Charles L(incoln), I, '97. Engineer for Conners Brothers Co., 
General Contractors, 157 Plain St., Lowell, Mass. 

Hammond, C(lifford) R(obsen), VI, '01. Engineer, Cutler-Hammer Man- 
ufacturing Co., 50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Hammond, Edgar B., 1869-70. Architect, C. Hammond & Son, 179 North 
Water St., New Bedford, Mass. 

Hammond, E(dward) Hosmer, V, '99. Treasurer, Hammond, Boynton Paint 
& Chemical Co., Norwich, Conn. 

Hammond, E(dwin) Walden, I, 1895-98. 400 Plymouth Ave., Rochester, 
N.Y. 

Hammond, James Clement, ill, '09. 3 So. FairviewSt., Roslindale, Mass* 

Hammond, Lester C(lark), I, '02. Superintendent, Elliott C. Brown Co.' 
Oyster Bay, N.Y. 

Hammond, Nelson S(impson), in, '08. Assistant Chemist, Anaconda 
Copper Mining Co., Anaconda, Mont. 

Hammond, N(ewton) LeRoy, I, 1904-08. Assistant Engineer, Neponset 
River Improvement, Massachusetts State Board of Health, 30 Walker 
St., Newtonville, Mass. 

Hamner, Edward C(hambers), Jr. (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '07. Assistant 
Naval Constructor. U.S.N., Mare Island Na\y Yard, Vallejo, Cal. 

Hampton, Alfred, 1, 1885-86. Columbia, S.C. 

Hampton, Lawrence C(harles), ill, 1903-08. Mining and Construction 
Engineer, Independent Powder Co., Joplin, Mo. 

Hanchett, Annie L., 1893-94. 

Hanchett, George T(ilden), VI, '93. Consulting Electrical and Mechanical 
Engineer, 237 Fulton St., New York, N.Y. 

Hancock, Mrs. James Heiuy (Ballantyne, Bertha), VII. '99. 75 Washing- 
ton St., Hudson, Mass. 

Hancock, John, 1867-68. 

Handy, Edward A., I, '75. Died November 21, 1907. 

Handy, Ja(me)s Otis, III, V, 1884-86. Chief Chemist and Metallurgist, 
of Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory, Seventh and Bedford Aves., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

Handy, P(ercy) (Lawson), VI, 1904-07. With The Canadian Fire Under- 
writers Association, Coristine Building, Montreal, Quebec. 

Hanford, Clarence C, 1868 69. Somerville, Mass. 

Hanford, J(esse) W(arren) G(riggs), 11, '07. In office of City Engineer, 
Spokane, Wash. 



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Hanington, C(harles) H(arrington),n, 1887-89. Manager, The Eagle Min- 
ing & Milling Co., 204 Boston Building, Denver, Colo. 

Hanington, Thomas Ross, VI, 1904-07. 119 Union St., St. John, N.B. 

Hankey, Anthony, Jr., Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1893-95- 777 Centre St., 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Hanks, Arthur R., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. Fruit Growing and Gen- 
eral Farming, Frostproof, Fla. 

Hanley, Gerald T(homas), VII, X, 1905-06. With Providence Brewing Co., 
Harris Ave., and Eagle St., Providence, R.I. 

Hanna, Benjamin S(argent), M.D., 1895-96- Physician, 102 Elmhurst Road, 
Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. 

Hanna, Elias S(animan), I, 1905-09. Tanta, Eg^pt. 

Hanna, Hugh H(enry), Jr., VII, 1897-98. 

Hannaford, Harvey E., vi, 1880-81. Architect, Hulbert Block, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Hannaford, Ralph Herman, rv, 1908-10. With Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson, 
15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Hannah, F(rederick) A(ugustus), ll, '95. Production Engineer, Hotel 
Belmont, 42d St. and Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Hanscom, Helen MacG(regor), 1897-98. 

Hanscom, Isaiah C(lifford), 1889-90. 

Hansen, A(ugust) E(rnstj, XI, '02. Sanitary Engineer, Lederle & Provost, 
39 West 38th St., New York, N.Y. 

Hansen, Charles, n, 1887-90- Died April 8, 1900. 

Hansen, Paid, XI, '03. With State Water Survey, Champagne, 111. 

Hanson, C(arl) E(mil), A.B., II, '08. Professor of Drawing and Manual 
Training, Cameron State School of Agriculture, Lawton, Okla. 

Hanson, Harry C(hristian), II, 1896-99. Mechanical Engineer, Boston 
Elevated Railway Co., Boston, Mass. 

Hanson, Herbert F., 1879-80. Died February, 1909. 

Hanson, R(aymondJ E(dward), m, IV, V, 1899-03. Chemist, 52 Bancroft 
Ave., Reading, Mass. 

Hapgood, Cha(rle)s W(arren), V, '96. New England Rendering Co., 
Abattoir, Brighton, Mass. 

Hapgood, Cyrus H(oward), VI, '00. Of the Charter Oak Shoe Company, 
Wethersfield, Conn. 

Hapgood, Everett E(merson), IV, 1872-76. Of Hapgood, Frost Co., Con- 
tractors and Builders, Wellesley, Mass. 

Hapgood, Lyman P(roctor), 1, 1895-97. Superintendent, Water Department, 
Jamestown, N.Y. 

Haraden, Joseph Allen, VI, '04. With Meter Department, General Elec- 
tric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Harahan, James T., Jr., n, 1894-98. With Sales Department, Buda Foun- 
dry' & Machine Co., 637 Railway Exchange Building, Chicago, 111. 

Harbaugh, Dennis T., 1882-83. Detroit, Mich. 

Harbaugh, Karl S(pringer), n, 1891-93. With United States Steel Products 
Co., Fourth Ave. and Connecticut St., Seattle, Wash. 



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Harcourt, Guy N(ichols), I, '10, l, S.M., 'n. Shop Inspector, American 

Bridge Co., Pencoyd, Pa. 
Hardenbergh, Clarence M(organ), II, '03. With Southwest Milling Co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Harding, A(rthur) L(eslie), VI, '10. Superintendent of Operation, Telluride 

Power Co., Telluride, Colo. 
Harding, George C(ampbell), IV, 1885-88. Architect, Berkshire Life 

Insurance Building, Pittsfield, Mass. 
Harding, George F(ranklin), M.D., IV, 1884-85. 419 Boylston St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Harding, Harry B(rewer), iSgcy-gi. Factory Superintendent, Mark Cross 

Co., 137-139 East 25th St., New York, N.Y. 
Harding, J(ohn) P(utnam), IV, 1881-84. Interior Decorator, 411 Main 

St., Springfield, Mass. 
Harding, R(eynold) M(unroe), I, '05. Superintendent of Light and Power, 

Pensacola Electric Co., Pensacola, Fla. 
Harding, Selwyn Lewis, A.B., II, 1886-87. Died January 7, 1887. 
Hardison, Charles Taylor, 1905-06. Deceased. 
Hardman, John E., Ma.E., Ill, '77- Consulting Mining Engineer, Rooms 

41 and 42, 112 St. James St., Montreal, Quebec. 
Harden, Margaret, 1893-93. See Wright, Mrs. James H. 
Harden, Robert W(allace), M.D., III, 1880-83. Physician and Surgeon, 31 

North State St., Chicago, 111. 
Hardwick, Rose S(tandish), A.B., A.M., V, 1891-92. Teacher of Mathema- 
tics and Psychology, Mary A. Burnham School, Northampton, Mass. 
Hardy, Charles Ashley, ill, '04. Wayland, Mass. 

Hardy, George B(radley), ill, 1902-04. 16 North High St., Bangor, Me. 
Hardy, George Richardson, 1867-69, 1872-73. Deceased. 
Hardy, H(enry) Lewis, I, 1901-03, 1904-05- Assistant Engineer, Boston & 

Albany Railroad, 42 Oakland Ave., Auburndale, Mass. 
Hardy, John C, 1870. 
Hardy, R(obert) S(amuel), VI, '96. Inspector of Construction, Los Angeles 

Gas and Electric Corporation, 645 South Hill St., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Hardy, Salem M., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Hardy, William A(bbott), ll.b., M.P.L., II, '06. Assistant Examiner, U.S. 

Patent Office, 264 Patent Office, Washington, D.C. 
Hargitt, Cha(rle)s W., B.S., Ph.D., 1884-85. Professor of Zoology, Syracuse 

University, Syracuse, N.Y. 
Hargraves, "W(illia)m B(urton), III, '10. Mining Engineer, Porcupine, 

Ontario. 
Harkness, Arthur F(iiller), V, 1898-01. Assistant Chemist, Massachusetts 

State Board of Health, 502 State House, Boston, Mass. 
Harkness, Frank, 1868-71. Died September 20, 1890. 

Harkness, Geo(rge), E(dward), I, '96. Engineer, Holbrook, Cabot & Rol- 
lins Corporation, 6 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Harlow, A(lfred) B., IV, 1875-78. Architect, Alden & Harlow, 2403 Farmers' 

Bank Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



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Harlow, Fred C(aldwell), 1893-94. 53 Laurel St., Somerville, Mass. 

Harlow, John B(rayton), VI, 1903-06. 

Harlow, Justin E(dwards), xill, '03. With North Shore Electric Co., 137 
LaSalle St., Chicago', 111. 

Harlow, Milan P(arks),Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1891-92. Wholesale Lum- 
ber Dealer, Harlow Lumber Co., Hartford, Conn. 

Harlow, William R., 1872-73. Died 1872. 

Harlowe, Frank L(awson), IV, 1891-96. Earl and Sycamore Sts., Washing- 
ton C. H., Ohio. 

Harman, H(enry) A., A.B., LL.B., 1867-68. Rutland County Clerk, Rut- 
land, Vt. 

Harmon, Charles F(rank), I, 1894-95. Transitman and Computer, Topo- 
graphical Bureau, Borough of Queens, New York, N.Y. 

Hamden, Frederick E(merson), III, V, 1886-90. Chemist, Ray Consoli- 
dated Copper Co., Ray, Ariz. 

Harnett, James H(arold), II, 1900-04. 

Harper, Ernest Chipman, I, '01. Died October 23, 1904. 

Harps, Harry M(acy), I, '00. Celilo, Ore. 

Harrah, Ernest, II, 1900-05. 27 East 64th St., New York, N.Y. 

Harrigan, Louis J(eremiah), xi, 'n. Hydrographic Surveying, U.S. 
Engineering Corps; Barristers' Hall, Boston, Mass, 

Harrigan, William A (ugustine), 1, 1899-01, 1902-04- 

Harriman, C(harles) A., IV, 1878-80. Assistant Professor, Columbia Uni- 
versity, New York, N.Y. 

Harriman, Daniel Francis, XIII, 1904-09. Draughtsman, Crane Motor Car 
Co., 94-104 West 8th St., Bayonne, N.J. 

Harriman, Frederic O(berlin), I, '83. Civil Engineer and Land Agent, Jal- 
tipan. Vera Cruz, Mexico. 

Harriman, Mrs. Susan S(igourney), 1896-97. Teacher, Kindergarten Train- 
ing, 134 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. 

Harring, George W(Uliam), VI, 1890-92. 87 Hewlett St., West Roxbury, 
Mass. 

Harrington, Charles Anthony (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '09. Assistant Naval 
Constructor, U.S.N., Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 

Harrington, C(linton) O(akley), Jr., I, '05. Engineer, Union Switch Sig- 
nal Co., Swiss^'ale, Pa. 

Harrington, Edward M., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. M.I.T., V, 1885-88. 
With the E. I. duPont de Nemours Powder Co., Manufacturers of 
High Explosives, Wilmington, Del. 

Harrington, Edwin U., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. Manager, 1 56 Milk 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Harrington, Elmer E(llsworth), III, '06. General Foreman of Smelter, 
United States Metals Refining Co., Chrome, N.J. 

Harrington, Ephraim, 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Harrington, Frederic, 1883-85. Washington Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

Harrington, F(rederic) C(harles), I, 'n. Office of Chief Engineer, Erie 
Railroad Co., 50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 



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Harrington, Geo(rge) B(ates),B.S.,III, '04. Superintendent of Coal Mines, 
Seattle Electric Co., Seattle, Wash. 

Harrington, Joseph, II, '96. Secretary and Chief Engineer, Green Engi- 
neering Co., 28 East Jackson St., Chicago, 111. 

Harrington, Joseph Francis, VI, 'n. Secretary and Chief Engineer, Green 
Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 111. 

Harrington, Marguerita C, 1906-07. 57 Orchard St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Harrington, W(alter) K(endrick), I, '85. Manager, The American Meter 
Co., Eleventh Ave. and 47th St., New York, N.Y. 

Harrington, Walton G(eorge), 1906-08. 

Harrington, W(illis) F(leming), A.B., X, '05. Superintendent, duPont 
Plant, E. I. duPont de Nemours Powder Co., Du Pont, Wash. 

Harris, A. W., 1901 02. 

Harris, Charles H(ardy), VI, '01. With the Minneapolis General Electric 
Co., Stone & Webster Management Association, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Harris, Cha(rle)s L., I, 1871-72, 1873-75. Chelsea Farm, Sabula, Mo. 

Harris, Edward C, 1865-66. 

Harris, Ernest A., 1866-67, 1871-73- Died August 2, 1899. 

Harris, Frank P(ark),V, 1900-02. 20 Park Ave., Cranford, N.J. 

Harris, Frederick A(ugustus) W(entworth), A.B., II, 1888-89. 158 Bowen 
St., Providence, R.I. 

Harris, Frederick W(alter), XI, '95. Assistant Engineer, Southern Aque- 
duct Department, Board of Water Supply, City of New York, White 
Plains, N.Y. 

Harris, Galen M., Il, '03. Treasurer and Sales Agent, Worumbo Co., 
334 Fourth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Harris, Geo(rge) L(ourie), I, 1897-98. Cost Accountant, West Boylston 
Manufacturing Co., Easthampton, Mass. 

Harris, Hartman K(ulm), rv, 1902-03. Died, IQ08. 

Harris, Henry G(eorge), XIII, 1899-02. Architect, 44 Trident Ave., Win- 
throp, Mass. 

Harris, John L(uther), lll, 1889-91. General Manager, Hancock Consoli- 
dated Mining Co., General Manager, Oneco Copper Mining Co., Han- 
cock, Mich. 

Harris, M(aurice) E(rnest), I, 1906-08. Student, Boston University Law 
School, Boston, Mass. 

Harris, Nathaniel, 1, 1904-07. 297 Fargo Ave., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Harris, Philip T(honias), IV, '10. Architectural Draughtsman, with Guy 
Lowell, Architect, Carter Building, West St., Boston, Mass. 

Harris, Ralph, in, 1894-98. 24 Morris Building, Kansas City, Mo. 

Harris, Robert L., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. Woolen Manufacturer, 
Harris Emry Co., Penacook N.H. 

Harris, William A(ugustus), 1901-02. 

Harris, W(illiam) Dale, I, '73. Civil Engineer, 263 McLaren St., Ottawa, 
Ontario. 

Harris, William L(incoln), VII, '88. Druggist, Towner, No. Dak. 

Harris, Wilson P(ark), VII, 1898-01. 



190 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Harrison, Alfred W(illia)m, III, 1896-99. Silverton, Colo. 

Harrison, Alfredo, 1905-06. Tacna, Chile, South America. 

Harrison, Bxirt S(ylvanus), IV, '94. Consulting Engineer and Manager, 
Harrison Engineering Co., 42 E. 23d St., New York, N.Y. 

Harrison, H(enry) Norris, IV, 1907-09. Bond Business, with William P. 
Bonbright & Co., 437 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Harrison Jerome G(abriel), IV, 1904-06. Architect, 543 Wilson Building, 
Dallas, Texas. 

Harrison, John Kearsley Mitchell, II, '10. Manager of Philadelphia 
Office and Investigating Engineer, with Turner, Tucker & Co., 
Bankers (of 24 Milk St., Boston), Philadelphia Pa. 

Harrison, Philip Stone, 1905-06. Benavides Mining & Smelting Co., Cer- 
ralvo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 

Harrison, Richard C(arter), V, 1896-99. 

Harrub, C(alvin) Nelson, XI, '09. Field Assistant, Division of Sewerage 
and Water Supplies, State Board of Health of New Jersey, State House, 
Trenton, N.J. 

Hart, Albert L(ewis), IX, 1888-91. Publisher, 231 West 39th St., New York, 
N.Y. 

Hart, Donald P(nrple), IV, 1892-94. Architect, 3 West 29th St., New York, 
N.Y. 

Hart, Edward Pendleton, V, 1903-04. Died January 10, 1908. 

Hart, Frank Burton, rv, 1881-82. 

Hart, Francis R(ussell), VI, 1885-89. Vice-Chairman, Old Colony Trust 
Co., 17 Court St., Boston, Mass. 

Hart, H(arold) P(illsbury), VI, 1901-06. Research Work, Incandescent 
Lamp Department, General Electric Co., Harrison, N.J. 

Hart, H(arry) U(tter), VI, 1893-95. Chief Engineer, Canadian Westing- 
house Co., Hamilton, Canada. 

Hart, John Porter, B.S., VI, S.M., 'n. Office of Electrical Engineer, South- 
ern Pacific Co., Room 11 10, Flood Building, San Francisco, Cal. 

Hart, Philip, II, '10. 444 21st St., Portland, Ore. 

Hart, Susan J(osephine), VII, 1889-90. Proprietor of Tea Room and Gift 
Shop, Boston Post Road, Madison, Conn. 

Hart, W(illiam) S(tephen), I, 1896-97. Secretary, Shawinigan Water and 
Power Co., 83 Craig St. West, Montreal, Quebec. 

Hartman, Ira Samuel, VI, '10. 823 Palmer Place, Nashville, Tenn. 

Hartshorn, Derick S(ibley), II, '09. Engaged in Experimental Work, 
with Walter Kidde, 140 Cedar St., New York, N.Y. 

Hartshorn, Horace C(rosby), 1888-89. Certified Public Accountant, 67 
Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Hartshorn, Stanford H(arding), X, '11. Chemist, Bureau of Economy, 
Great Northern Paper Co., Millinocket, Me. 

Hartshome, Joseph, 1871-72. Consulting Metallurgical Engineer, Potts- 
town, Pa. 

Hartshome, Richard G(ardner), I, '04. Structural Engineer, New England 
Structural Co., no State St., Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER I9I 

Hartshome, William D(avis), 1879-80. 

Hartt, Mrs. Augusta B., 1906-07. Goddard Ave., Brookline, Mass. 

Hartt, William S(tephen), 1, 1896^7. 

Hartupee, William D., 1874-75- Died September 23, 1910. 

Hartwell, Arthur Edward, II, '09. Assistant Manager and Engineer, Hart- 
well Iron Works, P.O. Box 105, Houston, Texas. 

Hartwell, Ernest G., IV, '79- Died September 22, 1889. 

Hartwell, Hiram B(ritton), II, '96. Chief Draughtsman, Crosby Steam 
Gage and Valve Co., Roland St., Charlestown, Mass. 

Harvey, Edward Kitson, I, 1907-09. Died October 27, 1908. 

Harvey, Frederic H(all), III, '93. Mining Engineer, Gait, Cal. 

Harvey, George L(yon), II, '88. Engineer and Architect, 175 Dearborn 
St., Chicago, III. 

Harvey, Harold B(rown), vi, 1902-06. 

Harvey, Herbert W(inthrop), xi, 1902-06. 384 South nth Street, Newark, 
N.J. 

Harvey, James E., 1886-87. Photographer, 51 North Main St., Concord, 
N.H. 

Harvey, Philip, IX, 1887-89. With the New England Telephone & Tele- 
graph Co., Boston, Mass. 

Harwood, Charles F(rank), II, 1895-98, 1899-00. Engineer, Condenser De- 
partment, International Steam Pump Co., 115 Broadway, New York, 
N.Y. 

Harwood, Franklin B(ache), VI, 1894-95. 2699 California St., San Francisco, 
Cal. 

Harwood, Frederick W(illia)m, Jr., VI, '94. Died October 18, 1895. 

Harwood, Harry Adams, I, '92. With Harwood Brothers, Wholesale 
Jewellers, 403 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 

Harwood, Julian H(erbert) H(unter), I, '08. Transitman, Southern Pacific 
Railway Co., P.O. Box 221, Newcastle, Cal. 

Harwood, Leon Martin, V, VIII, X, 1899-02. 958 State St., Springfield, Mass. 

Hasbrouck, Frank Flinn, A.B., A.M., V, 1904-06. Chief Chemist and Sup- 
erintendent, Hirsch Bros. & Co., Food Products, .Louisville, Ky. 

Hasbrouck, Ross, I, '99. Assistant Engineer, Interborough Rapid Transit 
Co., 32 Park Place, New York, N.Y. 

Hasegawa, Tetsutaro, Ph.D., Ill, 1905-06. With Furukawa Mining Co., 
Yayesucho, Kojimachiku, Tokyo, Japan. 

Haseltine, W(illiam) C(arl), 1892-97. Heavy Hardware Merchant, with 
J. E. Haseltine Co., 2d and Ash Sts., Portland, Ore. 

Haseltine, W(illiam) E(benezer), X, 1892-94. General Manager, Ripon 
Light & Water Co., Ripon, Wis. 

Haseltine, W(illia)m S(wanton), 1875-77. 27 Chestnut St., Brookline, Mass. 

Haselton, Barton, II, 1896-99. Secretary, Treasurer and General Manager, 
Rome Brass & Copper Co., Rome, N.Y. 

Haserick, Edwin F(rederic), 1888-89. 256 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 
Mass. 

Haskell, Albert A (dams), V, '03. Chemist, Cement, Texas. 



192 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Haskell, E(dward) A(aron), I, 1883-85. Division Engineer, Boston & Al- 
bany Railroad, South Station, Boston, Mass. 

Haskell, Fitch H(arrison), A.B., B.S., IV, S.M., '07. Architect, Ashtabula, 
Ohio. 

Haskell, Geo(rge) O(wens), II, '98. Vice-President, Fidelity Cotton Oil 
and Fertilizer Co., P.O. Box M., Houston, Texas. 

Haskell, Preston H(ampton), 1891-92. 

Haskell, Raymond, VIII, '03, VIII, S.M., '04, Ph.D., '07. Assistant Superin- 
tendent, Light House Service, Tompkinsville, N.Y. 

Haskell, Robert F(rancis), iv, 1904-08. 

Haskell, Samuel S(tevens), IV, 1890-91. Architect, Marchand & Haskell, 
164 St. James St., Montreal, Quebec. 

Haskins, C(harles) N(elson), Ph.D., VIII, '97. Assistant Professor of Math- 
ematics, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H. 

Haskins, Harold, V, VIII, 1902-03. 547 State St., Meadville, Pa. 

Haskins, William, III, '91. Died April 24, 1899. 

Haskins, William J(ewett), 1875^7. 96 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. 

Haslam, Robert T(homas), X, 'n. Assistant in Analytical Chemistry, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Hassett, Edward Joseph, '84, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Hassett, John David, V, 1909-10. 345 Water St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Haste, James H(enry), V, '96. Manager, Kodak Park Works, Eastman 
Kodak Co., Kodak Park, Rochester, N.Y. 

Hastings, A(rthur) H(enry), IV, 1904-05. Structural Engineer, 402 Trust 
Co. Building, Meadville, Pa. 

Hastings, A. Jarvis, 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Hastings, Arthur N(elson), ix, 1901-03. 

Hastings, C(harles) F(rederick), III, '88. Superintendent, Open Hearth 
and Puddling Departments, Park Works Crucible Steel So., 30th and 
Smallman Sts., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Hastings, Charles L., i893-<)4. 20 Bulfinch St., Boston, Mass. 

Hastings, Frank C(oolidge), I, 1894-95. 22 Thames St., New York, N.Y. 

Hastings, Harry P(ayson), I, '94. In Business, South Framingham, Mass. 

Hastings, Hudson B(ridge), I, '07. Professor of Surveying and Drawing, 
Reed College, Portland, Ore. 

Hastings, James K(ing), 1888-89. Silver City, N.M. 

Hastings, Russell, VI, 'n. Walpole, N.H. 

Hastings, Thomas N(elson), 1876-78. Died May 15, 1907. 

Hastings, Warren, m, '07. Assistant Mine Foreman, New Jersey Zinc 
Co., Franklin Furnace, N.J. 

Hatch, Arthur E(lliott), I, '91. President and Manager, Bay State Dredging 
Co., Limited; Vice-President and Secretary, Roy H. Beattie Incor- 
porated, Engineers and Contractors, 247 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Hatch, Frank C(omelius), A.B., Sc.D., 1891-92. Merchant, 73 Essex St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Hatch, George F(ranklin), Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1896-97. 1 25 Covey 
St., West Roxbury, Mass. 



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Hatch, George P(arsons), ll, 1892-94. Retail Coal Merchant, B. S. Hatch 

Co., 1288 Washington St., West Newton, Mass. 
Hatch, Israel, X, '97. Assistant Superintendent, Elgin National Watch 

Co., Elgin, 111. 
Hatch, James W(alter), 1882-83. Died March, 1887. 
Hatch, John H(oward), 1872-74- 
Hatch, M(ellen) C (hamberlain) M(ason), II, 1899-01. Engineer of Tests, 

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Boston & Maine Rail- 
road, South Station, Boston, Mass. 
Hatch, Samuel F (rink), II, '08. Greenland, N.H. 
Hatfield, A(lbert) D(eming), III, V, 1892-93. General Agent, for Northern 

Ohio, of The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co., 1900 East 90th St., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Hathaway, D (avid) L(ewis) K(ing), II, '86. With the Warren Steam Pump 

Co., Warren, Mass. 
Hathaway, H(arold) W(inthrop), IV, 1895-97. Architect, Room 120, Ames 

Building, Boston, Mass. 
Hathaway, Herbert Emerson, V, '91- Chemist, Solvay Process Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 
Hathaway, Herbert M(eletiah), IV, 1902-04. Architectural Superintendent, 

Guilbert & Betellc, 917 Broad St., Newark, N.J. 
Hathaway, Joseph "W(.ood), VI, '10. With the American Telephone & 

Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y*. 
Hathaway, Savory C(lifton), Jr., VI, '88. With P. C. Headley, Cotton 

Broker, New Bedford, Mass. 
Hathorn, George W(ilmer), V, 1902-04. Chemist, Lawrence Gas Co., 

Lawrence, Mass. 
Hatton, Cha(rle)s F(rancis), 1891-92. Civil Engineer, City of Boston, 

100 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 
Hatton, John M(atthews), IV, 1905-08. Designer with Doyle, Patterson 

& Beach, Architects, 401 Worcester Building, Portland, Ore. 
Haugaard, William E(dward), IV, 1908-10. Chestnut St., Richmond Hill, 

L.I., N.Y. 
Haughton, Lawrence, 1882-84. 70 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 
Haughton, Malcolm G(raeme), 1882-84. 70 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 
Hausman, Isaac, I, '11. Engineering Department, Hay Foundry & Iron 

Works, Newark, N.J. 
Haven, George Bartholomew, II, '94. Associate Professor of Mechanical 

Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Haven, H(arry) M(erritt), II, '95. Of F. W. Dean, Incorporated, Engineers, 

53 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Havens, Harry Lucas, VI, '09. Designer, Kansas City Terminal Railroad 

Co., 23d St. and Grand Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 
Havens, Ralph E(dgar), 1, 1900-03. Fulton, N.Y. 
Hawes, Alex(ander) G(ilchrist), Jr., VI, 1894-96. Mill Superintendent, 

Hutchinson Sugar Plant Co., Honuapo, Hawaii. 
Hawes, George L(enox), vi, 1886-88. 

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194 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Hawes, Geo(rge) M(ason), II, 1889-92. President, Sheffield Gas Power 
Co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Hawes, H(enry) G(ordon), Jr., A.B., II, '10. Investigator for Claim Depart- 
ment of the Employers Liability Assurance Co., 416 Walnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hawes, John W(heelock), vi, 1884-86. 

Hawkes, Cha(rle)s Whitney, II. '06. Mechanical Engineer, with Frank 
P. Bennett & Co., Incorporated, 530 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Hawkes, Walter, 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. Farmer, R.F.D. No. I, 
Box 62, Ashland, N.H. 

Hawkins, David S(paulding), 1888-90. 

Hawkins, Edgar M(arvin), II, '97- General Manager, M. D. Knowlton 
Co., General Manager, Auburn Ball Bearing Co., 29 Elizabeth St., 
Rochester, N.Y. 

Hawkins, Eldred B(irminghani), III, X, 1908-09. Orchardist, Delta, York 
County, Pa. 

Hawkins, L(awrence) A(shley), B.A., VI, '99. With the General Electric 
Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Hawkins, Paul D(arwin), S.B., n, 1900-01, 1902-03. President and Treas- 
urer, Consumers Electric Co., Cornwall-on-the-Hudson, N.Y. 

Hawkins, Paul R., 1, 1885-87. 

Hawkins, William R(obert), ll, 1889-91. 

Hawley, George B(urton), VI, 1887-92. 7 Main St., Hartford, Conn. 

Hawley, H(arvey) F., I, '96. Assistant Engineer, New York State Depart- 
ment of Highways, Syracuse, N.Y. 

Hawley, James J(oseph), iv, 1891-93. 

Hawley, J(ohn) C(hurch), V, 1889-91. Civil Engineer, Quartermaster's 
Department, U.S.A., Fort Moultrie, S.C. 

Hawley, William C(hurch), VI, 1887-91. 

Haworth, Lloyd B(achelder), II, i8g8-oo. Telephone Consultant, 140 Tre- 
mont St., Boston, Mass. 

Hayden, Arthur G(underson), A.B., I, '01. Bridge Designer, New York ' 
State Barge Canal Office, Albany, N.Y. 

Hayden, Charles, IX, '90. Hayden, Stone & Co., Bankers, 87 Milk St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Hayden, Charles F(red), 1889-90. 

Hayden, David H(omer), iv, 1897-99- 

Hayden, Frank D(emetrius), I,Jo3. Civil Engineer and Contractor, 
Manila, P.I. 

Hayden, F(red) L(awrence), X, 1894-97- Chemist and Purchasing Agent, 
United Drug Co., 63 Leon St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Hayden, Geo(rge) W(ellington), VI, '95. Division Superintendent of 
Traffic, New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., 283 Worthington 
St., Springfield, Mass. 

Hayden, H(enry) R(ogers), IV, 1886-88. Secretary and Treasurer, Insur- 
ance Journal Co., 125 Trumbull St., East Hartford, Conn. 



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Hayden, Joseph Alonzo, VI, 1895-98. Business Agent, International Film 
& Photography Co. of Sydney, Dewar House, Haymarket, S.W., 
London, England. 

Hayden, Levi C(uininings), 1889-90. Manager, The William Hayden Mill- 
ing Co., Tecumseh, Mich. 

Hayden, Lewis A(ndrews), III, '98. President, Juniper Coal Co., 501 
Colorado Building, Denver, Colo. 

Hayden, Lowell T(hayer), Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1897-98. 

Hayden, Ralph, III, '06. Assistant Superintendent of Concentrator, 
Anaconda Copper Mining Co., Anaconda, Mont. 

Hayden, Sophia Gregoria, IV, '90. (See Bennett, Mrs. Wm. B.) 

Hayes, Alfred C, 1887-88, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Hayes, Edmund, I, 1871-73- Civil Engineer (retired), 816 Fidelity Build- 
ing, Buffalo, N.Y. 

Hayes, Frank, II, '90. President and Treasurer, Superior Iron Works Co., 
Superior, Wis. 

Hayes, Frank A(nderson), B.A., M.E., VI, '10. Works Engineer, Robins 
Conveying Belt Co., Passaic, N.J. 

Hayes, Hammond V(inton), Ph.D., A.M., VI, VIII, 1883-85. Engineer, 6 
Channing St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Hayes, Harry E(dgar), VI, A.B., '90. Electrical Engineer, Tremont Build- 
ing, Boston, Mass. 

Hayes, James, Jr., I, '06. Civil Engineer, with the Charles River Basin 
Commission, 367 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Hayes, Lawrence "W(arner), li, 1902-04. 

Hayes, Matthew C(owden), VI, '08. Assistant to Engineer-in-Charge, 
Ontario Power Co., P.O. Box 3, Niagara Falls, N.Y. 

Hayes, Rutherford P(Iatt), 1, 1881-82. Fremont, Ohio. 

Hayes, S(amuel) L(eroy), V, 'n. Chemist, Millville Manufacturing Co. 
(Bleach and Dye Works), Millville, N.J. 

Hayman, Milton Ernest, IV, 'II. Graduate Student, Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technolog}', Boston, Mass. 

Haynes, Charles R(ogerson), X, '04. With the Boston Woven Hose & 
Rubber Co., no Portland St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Haynes, Delos G(arriott), LL.B., VI, '09. Assistant Examiner, U.S. Patent 
Office, Washington, D.C. 

Haynes, G. Frederick, LL.b., 1870-73- Civil Engineer, Jacques L. Boisse, 
2 Rector St., Room 514, New York, N.Y. 

Haynes, George A(llison), VII, 1905-08. Advertising Manager, Joseph 
Middleby, Inc., 327-347 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 

Haynes, Heber N(ewton), V, 1897-99. Clerk, P.O. Box 97, Lawrence, Mass. 

Haynes, Herman W(allace), V, 1908-09. Chemist, U.S. Food and Drug 
Inspection Laboratory, 305 Telegraph Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 

Haynes, Winthrop P(errin), A.B., 1910-11. Assistant in Geology, Harvard 
University, Instructor in Geology, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Mass. 

Hay ward, Albert A(rthur), v, 1902-04. Nurseryman and Landscape 
Gardener, Woburn St., North Wilmington, Mass. 



196 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Hayward, A. W., IV, 1884-85. 625 Union Trust Building., Cincinnati, Oliio. 

Hayward, Carle R(eed), III, '04. Instructor in Mining Engineering and 
Metallurgy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Hayward, Edward B(elcher), I. 1881-82. 62 School St., Brockton, Mass. 

Hayward, George G., 1874-75- 165 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. 

Hayward, H(arrison) "W(ashburn), X, '96. Assistant Professor of Applied 
Mechanics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Hayward, J. Lyman, 1872-73- Lowell, Mass. 

Hayward, Harden W(amer), ill, '06, XII, '07. Geologist and Mining Engi- 
neer, 624 Colorado Building., Denver, Colo. 

Hayward, Nathan, A.B., VI, '97, Chief Engineer, Bell Telephone Co. of 
Pennsylvania, 1230 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hayward, Roy Loring, I, 1906-10. Civil Engineer, 62 School St., Brockton, 
Mass. 

Hayward, R(oyal) H(obart), VI, '97- General Manager, Galesburg & 
Kewanee Electric Railway Co., Kewanee, 111. 

Hayward, William P(itt) G(reenwood), 1866-67. Investments, 1210 Ban- 
nock St., Denver, Colo. 

Hayward, WiUiamW., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Hazard Allen E(dgar), lll, 1904-05- Electric Car Conductor, Bay State 
Street Railway Co., Campello Car Barn, Brockton, Mass. 

Hazard, Schuyler, I, '90. General Manager and Chief Engineer, Orleans 
County Quarry Co., Albion, N.Y. 

Hazard, W(illiam) A(bbott), I, 1893-95, 1896-98. Engineer of Erection, 
Lackawanna Bridge Co., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Hazeltine, B(enjamin) P(rescott), VI, '99- Superintendent, Steel Works & 
Rolling Mills, Riverside Works, National Tube Co., Wheeling, 
W. Va. 

Hazeltine, J(ames) E(zra), VI, '98. Superintendent and Treasurer, The 
Bashlin Co., North Warren, Pa. 

Hazeltine, Reginald, III, '04. With the Wheeling Corrugating Co., Wheel- 
ing, W.Va. 

Hazelton, I(saac) B(rewster), I, VI, 1890-93, 1894-96. Painter and Illus- 
trator; Advertising, with George Batten Co., 381 Fourth Ave., New 
York, N.Y. 

Hazen, Allen, V, 1887-88. Civil Engineer, Hazen & Whipple, 103 Park 
Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Hazen, Howard S(pencer), IV, '08. La Salle, 111. 

Hazlewood, Sumner, l, II, 1897-01. Structural Engineer, P.O. Box 106, 
Lynn, Mass. 

Head, James Higginson, II, '75- Died August 18, 1875. 

Healey, Benjamin F(rancis), VI, 1893-97. 

Healey, H(arry) R(aymond), X, 'oi. With Parker Bros. Iron Co., 171 A 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Healy, Alexander, III, '03. Wool Grower, Buffalo, Wyo. 

Healy, F(rederick) E(lliott), II, '97. Consulting Engineer, 1350 Monroe 
St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 



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Healy, L(eon) J(ames) D(yson), v, '09. Chemist, with the Hartford Rubber 

Works Co., Hartford, Conn. 
Heard, E(dmund) F(rancis), XIII, '08. With the Newport News Shipbuild- 
ing and Dry Dock Co., Newport News, Va. 
Heard, Frank Chisholm, III, 1905-08. 14 Milton Road, Brookline, Mass. 
Heard, Henry R(obert), 1894-95- 20 Louisburg Square, Boston, Mass. 
Hearne, William L(owder), I, ll, 1895-97. 
Heath, A(mold) W(inchester), I, 1904-08. Civil Engineer, with Pierce & 

Barnes Co., 7 Water St., Boston, Mass. 
Heath, Aurora A(lice), 1899-00. See Lawrence, Mrs. L. B. 
Heath, Charles Alexander, '85, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Heath, Edward W(yman), 1883-86. Waterville, Me. 
Heath, Frederick A(rthur), 1882-83. Stenographer and Accountant, Pine- 

ville, Bell County, Ky. 
Heath, George L(incoln), V, '88. Chemist and Metallurgist, Calumet 

& Hecla Smelting Works, Hubbell, Mich. 
Heath, Nathaniel, 1868-69. 53 State St., Room 852, Boston, Mass. 
Heathman, Frank B(oltin), IV, '98. Secretary-Treasurer, The Heathman- 

Solliday Motor Co., Dayton, Ohio. 
Heaton, Edgar S., 1871-72. 
Hebert, Albert Charles Real, V, 1907-09. Seminaire de Quebec, Quebec, 

Canada. 
Hecht, Julius Lawrence, II, '04. Mechanical Engineer, with Public Service 

Co., of Northern Illinois, 137 South LaSalle St., Chicago, III. 
Heckle, George R(ogers), I, II, ill, 1895-98. Manager, Ambursen Hydraulic 

Construction Co., Ltd., Montreal, Quebec. 
Heckman, Alfred R(aymond), V, 1902-06. Foreman, with the Grasselli 

Chemical Co., Grasselli, N.J. 
Heckman, J(ames) C(onrad), E.E., S.M., V, 1899-00. Superintendent, Lar- 

kin Co., Buffalo, N.Y. 
Heckman, John F(rancis), VIII, 1899-01. P.O. Box 265, Providence, R.I. 
Hecksher, Charles A., 1866-67. New York, N.Y. 
Hedge, Henry Rogers, ix, '96. With Boston Insurance Co., 137 Milk St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Hedge, L(afayette) (Boyd), VI, '08. Electrician, Ely Light and Power Co., 

East Ely, Nev. 
Hedge, William R(ussell), IX, '96. Vice-President, Boston Insurance Co., 

137 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Heerman, F(rederick) M(orse), II, '96. Engineer and Special Inspector, 

Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Heghinian, Garabed George, A.B., XI, '00,1, '01. Asphalt Expert, with the 

Brooklyn Alcatra Asphalt Co., The Kelly Asphalt Block Co., and 

the Asphalt Construction (New York), 407 Hamilton Ave., Brook- 
lyn, N.Y. 
Heidelberg, Fred(erick) M(artin), II, '09. With Frank Heidelberg, General 

Contractor, Houston, Texas. 



198 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Heilman, W(illiam) R(oy), II, '08. With the Vulcan Plow Co., loi Lower 
First St., Evansville, Ind. 

Heimer, Paul H(arold), in, '08. Mining Engineer, Porcupine, Ontario, 
Canada. 

Heink, Henry Schumann, 1906-07. Belasco Theatre, 44th St., near Broad- 
way, New York, N.Y. 

Heinritz, W(alter) J(ohn), VI, 1897-99. Turbine Expert, Construction 
Department, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Heins, George L(ewis), IV, '82. Died September 25, 1907. 

Heinzen, Karl P(rang), VI, 1902-03. Deceased. 

Heissler, Edward R(udolph), V, 1893-97. 353 W. 39th St., Chicago, III. 

Heitshu, Samuel P(arke), 1896-97. 

Heilman, M(ax), VI, 1894-95- In Mercantile Business, 10628 Ashbury 
Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Hellwege, Peter E(dward), 1891-92. 31 Carondelet St., New Orleans, La. 

Helmick, W(illia)m F(red), VI, 1899-01. 1122 York St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Helpern, Myron, V, '05. With the Touraine Glove Co., 45 La Grange St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Hemenway, Charles T(rowbridge), 1866-68. Stony Brook, Mass. 

Hemingray, Daniel C(arroll), 1875-77. Glass Manufacturer, Covington, Ky. 

Hemmenway, Lawrence T(odd), VI, 'n. Student's Course, General 
Vehicle Co., Long Island City, N.Y. 

Hemmings, Frederick J(ohn), V, '97. Chemist, Navy Yard, Charlestown, 
Mass. 

Hemphill, Albert W(einer), II, 1902-04. With Stone & Webster, 5 Nassau 
St., New York, N.Y. 

Henchman, Russel B(ruce), 1883-84. 

Henck, John B(enjamin), VIII, '76. Retired. 1505 Santa Barbara St., 
Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Henderson, Austin B(rown), I, '10. Transitman, Boston Transit Com- 
mission, 15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Henderson, George M(itchell), ill, '06. Engineering Department, New 
Smelter, Arizona Copper Co., Clifton, Ariz. 

Henderson, James Buist, II, '96. Died March 4, 1905. 

Henderson, John A(ugustus), 1869-71. Engineer, U. S. N. (retired), 
120 North 19th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Henderson, Leroy P(orter), II, 1902-06. North Beverly, Mass. 

Henderson, R(euben) Stewart, I, '99. Assistant Engineer, Track Eleva- 
tion, Chicago and Northwestern Railway, 2214 Park Ave., Chicago, 
111. 

Henderson, S(tuart) L(lwellyn), B.S., VI, '10. Tester, with the Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Henderson, Theodore P(hinney), 1900-01. Secretary and Treasurer, Chicago 
Union Lime Works Co., 1900 W. 19th St., Chicago, 111. 

Henderson, Walter P(ower), IV, 1887-90. Architect, 144 Congress St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Henderson, William J(ulian), 1887-88. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER IQQ 

Henius, Emil T(heodore), V, 1902-08. Wahl-Henius Institute of Fermcnt- 

ology, 1 135 Fullerton Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Henkelman, J(ohn) W(illiam), V, 1893-94- 2304 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, 

Aid. 
Henne, Ernest, IV, 1898-00. Died April 24, 1901. 
Hennen, Rob (art), D(avid) I, '08. Road Engineer of Monongalia County, 

Morgantown, W.Va. 
Henrich, Edward G(eorge), IV, 1897-99- Architect, 811 Mutual Life 

Building, Buffalo, N.Y. 
Henrich, Louis R(ichard), iv, '01, IV, S.M., '02. Architectural Draughtsman, 

89 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Henrici, Hermann C(liarles), II, '06. Secretary and Treasurer, W. T. 

Osborn Electrical Co., 702 Delaware St., Kansas City, Mo. 
Henry, Ralph Coolidge, IV, '96, IV, S.M., '97. With Guy Lowell, Architect, 

Carter Building, West St., Boston, Mass. 
Henry, S(idney) M(organ) (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '05- Naval Constructor, 

U.S. Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Henry, William T(homas), 1866-70. P.O. Box 152, Fall River, Mass. 
Henshaw, Franklin, II, 1884-85. Designer and Erector of Sand-Line Brick 

Plants, Rock Crushing Plants and Cement Plants, Scarsdale, N.Y. 
Henshaw, John O., 1874-78. 125 Milk St., Room 44, Boston, Mass. 
Hepburn, A(ndrew) H(opewell), IV, '04. With Guy Lowell, Architect, 

Carter Building, West St., Boston, Mass. 
Herbert, Edward, VI, '00. With the Western Electric Co., Hawthorne, 111. 
Herbst, James B(rown), Vl, 1893-96. 
Hering, Leonardo, 1897-98. Manager, Novo Manufacturing Co., 116 N. 

I2th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Hering, Oswald C(onstantin), IV, 1893-97- Architect, i West 34th St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Herlihy, John A(lbert), II, 'n. Material Inspector, New York, New Haven 

& Hartford Railroad, New Haven, Conn. 
Herman, Albert N(athaniel), B.S., I, 'n . 208 East 69th St., New York, N.Y. 
Herman, B(emard), I, '99. Chief Engineer, Maintenance of Way and 

Signals, Southern Railway Co., Washington, D.C. 
Hermann, L(ouis) A(lfred), V, 1900-02. 
Hermanns, Frank E(dward), I, '99. Professor of Structural Engineering, 

Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N.J., also of Hermanns, 

Madden & Co., 103 Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Hern, Joseph L(ouis), VI, '99, 1899-00. Superintendent of Heating and 

Ventilation, School House Commission, City of Boston, 120 Boylston 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Herold, Armin F(erdinand), II, 1905-08. With New York Central Lines, 

Big Four, St. Louis Division, 3167 So. Jefferson Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
Herreshoflf, A(lgernon) Sidney DeW(olf),[xill, 1907-11. Herreshoff Manu- 
facturing Co., Bristol, R.I. 
Herreshoflf, Nath(anie)l G(reene), II, 1866-69. Superintendent, Herreshoff 

Manufacturing Co., 6 Walley St.,[Bristol, R.I. 



200 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Herrick, Anna C, v, 1884-85. 

Herrick, Celeste W., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Herrick, Charles H., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Alts. New England Repre- 
sentative, Gas Engine Department, National Meter Co., 159 Frank- 
lin St., Boston, Mass. 

Herrick, Edward Webster, II, '88. Died March i, 1908. 

Herrick, James A(mory), M.E., V, '72. Metallurgical Engineer, 2 Rector 
St., U.S. Express Building, New York, N.Y. 

Herrick, John W(heeler), 1882-83. Forest Grove, Ore. 

Herrick, Ralph Crosby, VI, 1507-08. 15 Herrick St., Winchester, Mass. 

Herrick, Rufus F(rost), V, 1879-81. 16 Herrick St., Winchester, Mass. 

Herrick, "W(illia)m F(ranklin), II, 1907-08. Library Bureau, 43 Federal 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Hersam, Ernest A(lbert), V, '91. Associate Professor of Metallurgy, 
University of California, Berkeley, Cal. 

Herschel, A(rthur) H(obart), VI, 1898-99. Special Agent, Bureau of Cor- 
porations, Department of Commerce and Labor, Washington, D.C. 

Hersey, Francis C(oney), Jr., V, 1891-93. Assistant-Treasurer, Hersey 
jNlanufacturing Co., South Boston, Mass. 

Hersey, Ira G (rover), 1, 1904-08. P.O. Box 6, Hingham, Mass. 

Hersey, Mayo Dyer, A.B., A.M., II, '10. Assistant Physicist, U.S. Bureau 
of Standards, Washington, D.C. 

Hersey, Walter H(unt), 1878-79. Maplewood Terrace, Haverhill, Mass. 

Hershey, Ben, 1, 1906-07. 1026 Henr\' Building, Seattle, Wash. 

Hertz, Alfred W(illiam), IV, '06. Architectural Draughtsman with Walker 
and Gillette, 303 W. I02d St., New York, N.Y. 

Hervey, E(lmer) M(errill), VI, '02. Assistant Construction Superintendent, 
Department of Electricity, Sanitary District of Chicago, Western Ave. 
and 31st St., Chicago, 111. 

Hess, Harry Clair, IV, 1910-11. 1104 Brentwood Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Hesse, Rudolf, X, 1894-95. Bohmische Strasse 318, Sebnitz, Saxony. 

Heustis, Charles H., 1872-76. With Philadelphia Daily Times, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Heuter, Royal R(obbins), D. ing., II, '06. Instructor, Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Hewett, Joseph, Vin, '96. Superintendent, E. E. Taylor Co., Montello, 
Mass. 

Hewins, G(eorge) S(anford), I, 1892-94. Construction Superintendent, 
J. G. White & Co., Alaska Commercial Building, San Francisco, Cal. 

Hewins, L(yman) F(oster), xm, '98. Ship Draughtsman in charge. 
Department of Construction and Repair, United States Navy Yard, 
Washington, D.C. 

Hewitt, Edwin H(awley), IV, 1896-97. 716 4th Ave., S., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Hewitt, George H., 1873-77- Care of George H. Mize, 1488 Liberty St., 
Springfield, Mass. 

Hewitt, Henry Harwood, A.B., A.D.G.F., iv, '99. 201 Ernest & Cranmer 
Building, Denver, Colo. 



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Hewitt, Herbert E(dmond), IV, 'u. Architect, Hewitt & Emerson, 321 

Main St., Peoria, 111. 
Heydon, Joseph K(entigern), V, VIII, 1903-08. Mary St., Hunters Hill, 

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 
Heywood, Albert S(amuel), VI, '92. Vice-President and Treasurer, Hey- 

wood Boot and Shoe Co., 70 Winter St., Worcester, Mass. 
Heywood, Angelo T(ilton), III, '06. 
Hejrwood, Charles D(avis), II, 1889-93. Walsh Holyoke Steam Boiler 

Works, Holyoke, Mass. 
Heywood, George H(enry), ill, '84. Died May 17, 1898. 
Heywood, John P., 1886-87. 

Heywood, Lincoln Crawford, I, '91. Died December, 1894. 
Hibbard, Ann, 1893-94. Bellevue St., W. Roxbury, Mass. 
Hibbard, Charles, xili, 1906-08. 
Hibbard, Henry D(eming), ill, '77- Consulting Engineer, 144 East 7th 

St., Plainfield, N.J. 
Hibbard, Marion, 1902-03. See Thanisch, Mrs. R. J. 
Hibbard, Thomas, II, '75. Treasurer and Mechanical Engineer, George 

Lawley & Son Corporation, South Boston, Mass. 
Hibbard, Mrs. Thomas (Bartlett, Bertha L.), vil, 1893-94. 
Hickerson, Thomas F(elix), a.m., I, '09. Associate Professor of Civil 

Engineering, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. 
Hickey, Charles H(endee), VI, 1898-99, 1900-01. Assistant Analyst, Massa- 
chusetts State Board of Health, 501 State House, Boston, Mass. 
Hickey,WilliamJ(ames), IV, 1890-95. 170 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Hickok, H(arvey) M(artin), I, '05. Of L. O. Hickok & Son, Engineers and 

Contractors, Grain Elevators and Storage, 619 Flour Exchange, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Hicks, Alexander, II, 1902-06. With E. F. Pitman & Co., Stocks and 

Bonds, Boston, Mass. 
Hicks, Anna C(ordelia), 1897-98. See Brackett, Mrs. L. J. 
Hicks, C(harles) Atherton, 1872-74- 
Hicks, Edwin F(rancis), v, 1892-94. Analytical Chemist and Chemical 

Engineer, Chief Chemist, Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N.J. 
Hield, Clifford C(hase), II, '10. With the Central Warehouse Lumber Co., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Hier, George S., 1871-72. (Retired), 261 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Higbee, Mrs. Florence J., v, 1895-96. 

Higbie, H(amilton) A(lexander), VIII, 1906-08. Student in Yale Univer- 
sity, New Haven, Conn. 
Higgins, Albert W(illis), X, '01. With the Chesapeake and Ohio Coal 

& Coke Co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Higgins, Alfred S(awyer), IV, '78. Treasurer, R. R. Higgins Co., 142 

Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Higgins, Byron E., 1873-74- Mason, Oilman Square, Somerville, Mass. 
Higgins, Delazon P., 1872-73. Carmel, N.Y. 
Higgins, Edward E(verett), VI, '86. Farmer, Clinton, Conn, 



202 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Higgins, E(dward) Leander, IV, 1903-06. Architect, 519 Cumberland 
Ave., Portland, Me. 

Higgins, Frederick Lyle, xiil, 1901-04. 

Higgins, George H(enry), IV, 1897-98. 93 Laighton St., Lynn, Mass. 

Higgins, John Joseph, III, 1906-09. Melview House, Longford, Ireland. 

Higgins, John M(itchell), III, 1896-97. Salesman, with Gurney Heater 
Manufacturing Co., 188 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 

Higgins, Lothrop D(avis), Ph.B., VII, 1894-95. Teacher, State Normal 
School, Danbury, Conn. 

Higgins, Warren S(weden), VI, 1901 04. 183 Berkeley Place, Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 

Higginson, Louis, 1865-66. Waterford, Me. 

High, Carl S(tout), VI, '98. Farmer and Stockman, Partridge, Kans. 

Highlands, John A(shley), II, 1886-90. 

Hight, Francis "W(illiam), IV, 1890-92. Art Editor, Youth's Companion, 201 
Columbus Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Hildabolt, John A., 1871-73. Of J. A. Hildabolt & Bro., Furniture Dealers 
and Undertakers, Germantown, Ohio. 

Hildebrand, Walter Herbert, I, 1907-08. With Chicago Embroidery Co., 
1715 Ohio St., Chicago, 111. 

Hildreth, Edward Theodore, V, VI, 1893-9S. 1896-99- P-0. Box 586, Coeur 
d' Alene, Idaho. 

Hildreth, Herbert V(ictor), II, 1881-83. General Manager, Hildreth Granite 
Co., 19 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Hildreth, Horace E(dwin), A.B., I, '01. Of Hildreth Bros., Wood- Working 
Machinery Manufacturers, P.O. Box 44, Harvard, Mass. Also Di- 
rector, Waltham Watch Co., Waltham, Mass., and Director, Cos- 
mopolitan Trust Co., Boston, Mass. 

Hildreth, John L(ewis), Jr., I, 1893-95. Civil Engineer, Board of Water 
Supply, City of New York, Vail Gate, N.Y. 

Hildreth, W(ilUam) O(sgood), II, '87. Mechanical Engineer, Lamson 
Consolidated Store Service Co., 161 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Hileman, William, B.S., VI, XIII, 1907-08. Mechanical Engineer, Investiga- 
ting Oil Fields in California for the Government of Argentine Re- 
public, Argentine Consulate, 80 Wall St., New York, N.Y. 

Hilken, Paul G(erhard) L(udiger), XIII, '03. With A. Schumacher & Co., 
General Agents, North German Lloyd Steamship Co., P.O. Box 11 30, 
Baltimore,. Md. 

Hill, Arthur Eaton, IV, 1879-81. Architect, 75 Westminster St., Providence, 
R.I. 

Hill, Bancroft, I, 'n. With Piedmont & Northern Railroad, on Construc- 
tion, 712 Keyser Building, Baltimore, Md. 

Hill, Beulah C(hapin), VIII, '02. 344 North Pine Ave., Austin Station, 
Chicago, 111. 

Hill, Charles E., . 1869-71 . Dover, N.H. 

Hill, E(dgar) L(ogan), II, 1901-05. Superintendent, Electrical Cable 
Works, American Steel & Wire Co., P.O. Box 553, Worcester, Mass. 



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Hill, Edwin Bruce, IX, '05. With the Edwin M. Hill Lumber Co., 2601 

Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Hill, Foster B(iain), 1885-86. So. Billerica, Mass. 
Hill, Francis M(anning), IX, 1901-02. Lawyer, 77 Summer St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Hill, Frank A(lbert), n, 1899-01. Assistant Electrical Engineer, General 

Electric Co., West Lynn, Mass. 
Hill, Frank H(erbert), VI, 1906-08. Assistant Engineer, Asbestos Protected 

Metal Co., Beaver Falls, Pa. 
Hill, Frederick E(dwin), rv, 1880-81. Architect, 346 Broadway, New York, 

N.Y. 
Hill, George WCilliam), 1893-95. Hall Safe Co., Spring Grove and Kenney 

Aves., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Hill, Grace M(ary), 1896-97. Teacher, 62 Market St., Amesbur>', Mass. 
Hill, Guy, VIII, '06. In charge of Electrical Department, Research Labora- 
tory, General Motors Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Hill, H(arry) E(aton), I, 1902-03, 1904-06. Salesman, Linoide Co., 79 Milk 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Hill, Henry A(rth\ir), II, 1895-96. Superintendent, Hamilton Woolen Co., 

Southbridge, Mass. 
Hill, Henry E(dward), IV, 1884-86. Architectural Draughtsman, 1613 

Bellevue Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 
Hill, Henry F., I, 1883-86. Civil Engineer, x^ugusta, Me. 
Hill, Herbert W(ight), xni, 1903-04. Secretary', Grip Coupling Co., Ware, 

Mass. Address, 343 Bay St., Springfield, Mass. 
Hni, Hiram A(ugustus), I, '04. Assistant Engineer, Reservoir Department, 

Board of Water Supply, City of New York, Brown Station, N.Y. 
Hill, Joseph Briggs, IV, 1890-91 . Deceased. 
Hill, Nathaniel, 1874-75- 
Hill, P(ercy) G(ranville), II, '05. With The Western Union Telegraph Co., 

Room 808, Western Union Building, Chicago, 111. 
Hmi, R(oger) F(rank), n, '10. Mechanical Engineer, with the American 

Blower Co., 1400 Russell St., Detroit, Mich. 
Hill, Solon P., 1877-78. 
Hill, W(illia)m G(ilbert), v, '97. Superintendent, Apsley Rubber Co., 

Hudson, Mass. 
Hillard, Frank S., 1865-67. 
Hillard, James L(incoln), 1866-68. 

Hiller, E(verett), O(sgood), II, '04. Mechanical Engineer, United Print- 
ing Machinery Co., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Hiller, George F(olsom), II, 1894-96. Fire Protection Engineer, 31 Milk 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Hilliard, C(tu-tis) M(orrison), VII, 1909-10. College of the City of New York, 

New York, N.Y. 
Hilliard, Haven J(ohnstone), V, 1894-96. Manager, Red Cross Chemical 

Co., P.O. Box 44, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Hilliard, J(ohn) D(unlap), VI, '92. Electrical Engineer, Fort Ann, N.Y. 



204 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Hilliard, Robert Bell, (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., 'lo. Assistant Naval Con- 
structor, U.S.N., Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 
Hilliard, William Moody, XIII, 1900-01. 
Hillman, Meredith P. G., 1888-89. 
Hills, Edgar R., 1872-75- 
Hills, Frederic A(lbert), 1885-86. Superintendent of Construction, U.S. 

Treasur>' Department, U.S. Post Office, Malone, N.Y. 
Hills, H(arold) F(ellows), I, 1898-01. 83 South Highland Ave., Osslning, 

N.Y. 
Hills, Leonard M(aurice), IX, 1886-89. Manufacturer of Straw Hats, 

The Hills Co., Amherst, Mass. 
Hillyer, Edgar C(urtis), II, 1880-82. Fredericks Hall, Va. 
Hillyer, "William L(ow), 1883-85. 1723 Euclid St., Washington, D.C. 
Hilscher, Ralph, XI, 1908-10. Engineering Department, Massachusetts State 

Board of Health, Boston, A-Iass. 
Hilton, George Albert, II, 1886-90. 
Himmelman, Edward L(awrence), V, 1903-04. 136 W. 91st St., New York, 

N.Y. 
Hinckley, A(rthur) T(hacher), v, '08, V, S.M., '10. Chemist, with the 

National Carbon Co., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 
Hinckley, Benj(amin) S(tearns), II, '99. Purchasing Agent, Boston & 

Maine Railroad, Room 142 North Station, Boston, Mass. 
Hinckley, Everett H(ale), X, '99. Instructor-in- charge, Department of 

Chemistry and Dyeing, New Bedford Textile School, New Bedford, 

Mass. 
Hinckley, James P(hillips), VI, 1903-05. 231 W. 39th St., New York, N.Y. 
Hinckley, J(ohn) Fred, X, '93. Chemist with Jones Bros. Co., 68 Jay St., 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Hinckley, Thomas L(esley), XI, '06. Sanitary Engineer, with Hering & 

Fuller, Consulting Engineers, 170 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Hinds, Frederick W(iliiams), 1902-03. 
Hinds, H(orace) S(argent), 1, 1906-07. Hotel Manager, King Philip Tavern 

Co., Lakeville, Mass. 
Hinds, Stetson G., '88, School of Mechanic Arts. President, Atlantic Gulf & 

Pacific Co., President, San Francisco Bridge Co., Monadnock Build- 
ing, San Francisco, Cal. 
Hine, Daniel, xni, 1901-02. 54 Vernon St., Hartford, Conn. 
Hines, Mabel F., 1877-78. Deceased. 
Hinkley, JohnW., 1883, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Hinkley, P(hilip) E(dward), II, '05. With S. D. Warren & Co., Paper 

Manufacturers, Cumberland Mills, Me. 
Hirnnan, C(harles) W(illiam), III, '70. Chemist, with the Lowell Gas 

Light Co., Lowell, Mass. 
Hinman, Dean, I, '00. 1354 E. 48th St., Chicago, 111. 
Hinman, Walter H(ibbard), X, 1895-99- Superintendent, American Meter 

Co., 561 West 47th St., New York, N.Y. 
Hinsdale, Kathryn M(ills), v, Vll, 1902-03. 



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Hirokawa, Tomokichi, VI, 'oo. Died February lo, 1909. 

Hirons, Frederic C(harles), IV, 1901-03. Architect, Dennison & Hirons, 

475 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Hirschfield, Benj(amin) S (human), IV, 1908-10. Architectural Designer, 

with Willis Polk & Co., 1325 Merchants Exchange Building, San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Hirst, Philip L(eslie), VI, 1890-91. Lascelles Hall, Huddersfield, Eng. 
Hirt, Jules H(ector), ill, '01. Manager, Dos Cabezas Mines, Pearson, 

Chihuahua, Mexico. 
Hirt, Leon Edwin, III, '06. Engineer, 25 Broad St., New York, N.Y. 
Hiscox, James A., IV, 1884-86. 37 Franklin St., Norwich, Conn. 
Hiss, H(enry) W(illard), III, 1902-03. Building Representative, American 

Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 
Hitchcock, Albert W(hite), II, 1894-96. Insurance Manager, Western Elec- 
tric Co., Chicago, 111. 
Hitchcock, F(rederick) S(t. John), I, 1893-97- Principal, The Manual 

Training and Industrial School of New London, New London, Conn. 
Hix, Edward R(andolph), II, 1884-86. 
Hixon, H(arold) G(arfield), ill, '06. Superintendent, Prime Western 

Smelter Co., lola, Kan. 
Hoadley, Francis W(ashburn), 1884-85. Secretary and Treasurer, The 

Cassier Magazine Co., 12 W. 31st St., New York, N.Y. 
Hoar, Charles E., 1870-71. 
Hoard, Prescott Dygert, IV, 1901-02. With New York and Hudson River 

Railroad, New York, N.Y. 
Hobart, Edward, II, 1889-90. E. Bridgewater, Mass. 
Hobart, Henry M(etcaLf), VI, '89. Consulting Engineer, General Ekctric 

Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
Hobart, James C(alvin), II, '87. Secretary and Manager, The Triumph 

Electric and Ice Machine Co., Oakley, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Hobart, J. Frank, 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Hobart, Lowell F., 1884-85. P.O. Box 725, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Hobbs, Edith Morrill, IV, IX, 1896-97, 1899-01. 102 Thornton St., Roxbury, 

Mass. 
Hobbs, Franklin W(arren), II, '89. Treasurer, Arlington Mills, 78 Chauncy 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Hobbs, Helen E., IV, 1897-99. 
Hobson, Geo(rge) F(oster), I, '06. Computer, Supervising Architect's 

Office, Treasury Building, Washington, D.C. 
Hodgdon, Frank W(ellington), I, '76. Chief Engineer, Massachusetts 

Harbor and Land Commissioners, 131 State House, Boston, Mass. 
Hodgdon, Harry A(ugustine),II, '01. Purchasing Agent, Fuller & Warren 

Co., 17 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Hodge, Benfjamin), ill, 1893-95. Orange Grower, Redlands, Cal. 
Hodge, James M(ichael), III, '72. Geologist and Engineer, Big Stone 

Gap, Va. 
Hodge, William E(dward), VI, 1900-03. Prospect Terrace, Springfield, Mass. 



206 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Hodges, Arthur Webster, VI, 1892-94- 

Hodges, Frank Ernest, VI, '10. With the New York Telephone Co., 15 
Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Hodges, O., 1871-73- Died November 2, 1880. 

Hodges, Winthrop T., II, 1887-88. U.S. Appraiser, Port of Boston, 1 77 State 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Hodgkins, Charles C, 1884-85- Architect, 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Hodgkins, Howard G., IV, 1884-87. Architect, 179 West Washington St., 
Chicago, 111. 

Hodgkins, William W., 1889-90. 

Hodgkinson, Harold H(owe), ill, 1906-07. 1092 E. Madison Ave., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Hodgman, Willis K(ennedy), Jr., II, 'n. Assistant Engineer, Huber- 
Hodgman Printing Press Co., P.O. Box 623, Taunton, Mass. 

Hodsdon, Charles W(entworth), II, '00. Draughtsman, U.S. Arsenal, 
Watertown, Mass. 

Hodsdon, George E(dward), III, 1905-07- With Stone & Webster, Engi- 
neering Corporation, Water Power Investigation, Boston, Mass. 

Hoefer, C(hester) A(rthur), B.S., VI, 1905-06. Secretary, Hoefer Manufac- 
turing Co., Manufacturers of Machine Tools, Freeport, 111. 

Hoefler, Philo R(emington) C, B.S., V, 1896-97- 1627 Champa St., 
Denver, Colo. 

Hogel, William E(ffingham), ill, 1902-04- 

Hogle, Milton W(ard), II, '01. Mechanical Engineer, 128 Linden St., 
Rochester, N.Y. 

Hogner, Per Richard L(eonard), li, IV, 1902-06. 328 Massachusetts Ave., 
Boston, Mass. 

Hogue, Chester J(ames), IV, 1897-99- Constructing Engineer, The Con- 
crete Engineering Co., 1104 OHver Building, Boston, Mass. 

Hoisington, Edwin T(ilson), I, 1891-95- 25 Clement Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Hoit, Henry F(ord), IV, 1895-97- With Howe, Hoit & Cutler, 315 E. loth 
St., Kansas City, Mo. 

Holabird, Robert Grant, IV, 1895-98. 2315 Harrison St., Evanston, III. 

Holbrook, Arthur R(aymond), I, '04. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water 
Supply, City of New York, New Paltz, N.Y. 

Holbrook, Clark, IV, 1892-93. Architect (retired), Prospect Ave., Red 
Bank, N.J. 

Holbrook, Elliot, I, '74. Special Engineer, Union Pacific and Southern 
Pacific Railroads, Omaha, Nebr. 

Holbrook, Elmer Allen, III, '04- Assistant Professor of Mining Engineering 
and Metallurgy, Nova Scotia Technical College, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

Holbrook, Foster W(ebster), I, 1903-04. i Fuller St., Waltham, Mass. 

Holbrook, George M(yron), V, '00. Superintendent, Refining Department, 
Armour & Co., North Fort Worth, Texas. 

Holbrook, Gordon G(odshall), Xin, '10. Assistant in Naval Architecture, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Holbrook, Henry L., 1873-77. Washington St., Whitman, Mass. 



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Holbrook, John Alder, VI, 'lo. Boston Transit Commission, Westside 

Road, Milton, Mass. 
Holbrook, Ralph A(nthony), X, 'n. Chemist, Apsley Rubber Co., 66 Lin- 
coln St., Hudson, Mass. 
Holcombe, AmasaM(aynard),II, '04. Patent Attorney, with Carr & Carr 

(Patent Causes), 510 Pine St., St. Louis, Mo. 
Holden, Amasa Amidon, A.M., IX, '99. Principal of High School, Woon- 

socket, R.I. 
Holden, B(en) E(dwin), IV, 1890-93. Architect, with D. H. Burnham, 1800 

Railway Exchange, Chicago, 111. 
Holden, Frank H(owell), rv. 1890-93. With Bosworth & Holden, 1170 

Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Holden, Sarah E., 1883-84. (See Morse, Mrs.) 
Holder, James G(ordon), Ph.D., V, '84. In Private Business, 174 Lewis 

St., Lynn, Mass. 
Holder, Jesse Morgan, 1890-91. Coal Dealer, Honors, Holder & Sons, 

304 Broad St., Lynn, Mass. 
Holdredge, H(enry) A(tkinson), VI, '95. General Manager, Omaha Electric 

Light & Power Co., Omaha, Neb. 
Holdship, Charles F., 1881-82. 
Holford, William G(ordon), S.M., IV, '01, IV, S.M., '02. 657 Schuyler St., 

Portland, Ore. 
Holland, Charles P(ray), 1888 89. Vice-President, Plymouth County Trust 

Co., 183 INIain St., Brockton, Mass. 
Holland, Francis J., M.A., 1888-89. 
Holland, Henry O(sgood), IV, 1891-92. 417 Mutual Life Building, 

Buffalo, N.Y. 
Hollander, Charles E(dwin), ll, 1893-96. With the Newark Telephone 

Co., Newark, Ohio. 
Hollender, C(arl) E(dwin), I, 1906-08. Purchasing Agent, Northern 

Texas Traction Co., Forth Worth, Texas. 
HoUiday, Alex(ander) R(eiman), I, '99. Secretary, National Concrete 

Company, 804 Traction Terminal Building, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Holliday, Clyde William, VI, 1887-91. 
HoUiday, J(ohn) H(ampden), Jr., II, '05. Assistant Manager, Riverside 

Portland Cement Co., Riverside, Cal. 
Holliday, L(ewis) J(ackson), B.A., rv, 1906-07. Manager, Lumber Depart- 
ment, W. H. Holliday Co., Laramie, Wyo. 
Hollingsworth, Herbert Saunders, VI, 1906-07. Marion, Ind. 
HoUingsworth, Sumner, ll, '76. Died June 26, 1899. 
HoUis, C(harles) B(ertram), III, '02. Superintendent, Eastern Talc Co., 

East Granville, Vt., and Rochester, Vt. 
HoUis, Frederick S(teams), Ph.D., V, '90. Assistant Professor of Organic 

and Physical Chemistry and Toxicology, Indiana University School 

of Medicine, Indianapolis, Ind. 
HoUis, W(alter) M(onroe), VI, '96. 50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 
HoUister, John J(aines), 1890-91. 



208 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Hollnagel, Herbert P(ercival), VIII, '06, VIII, S.M., '09. Instructor in 
Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Hobnan, Francis C, 1873-77. Bolivar, Sur de Cauca, Colombia, South 
America, via Panama and Buenaventura. 

Holman, Frank L., 1871-72. Deceased. 

Holman, George Gordon, 1904-05. 120 Graham St., Gardner, Me. 

Holman, George M., B.S., m.d., vii, 1894-95. Bryant & Stratton School, 
Boston, Mass. 

Holman, G(eorge) U(lysses) G(rant), VI, '89. Consulting Engineer, 84 
State St., Boston, Mass. 

Holman, Mrs. George U. G. (Levering, Mary Campbell), V, 1888-90. Gen- 
ealogist, 60 Westland Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Holman, Silas Whitcomb, vill, '76. Died April i, 1900. 

Holman, Mrs. Silas W. (Glover, Marie O.), V, 'Si. Died May 5, 1885. 

Hobnes, A(ddison) F(rancis), II, '04. Instructor in Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Holmes, Alexander, IV, 1891-92. Kingston, Mass. 

Holmes, Archibald Rettie, B.E., 1, 1898-99. 

Holmes, B(radford) B(uttrick), ill, '08. Engineer, with the Stone & Web- 
ster Engineering Corporation, Bellingham, Wash. 

Holmes, Charles E., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Holmes, Charles L(eyland), II, 1883-88. President, The Waterbury Trust 
Co., 132 Grand St., Waterbury, Conn. 

Holmes, Edward Jackson, 1890-91. 296 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Holmes, Edw(ard) L(owther), rv, 1895-97. Architect and General Manager, 
Ferrolite Co., Building Contractors, 338 Pine St., San Francisco, Cal- 

Holmes, Edward S., 1886-87. 

Holmes, Eugene Albe, ll, 1886-go. 

Holmes, F(rancis) C(linton), IX, '92. Treasurer and General Manager, 
Plymouth Cordage Co., North Plymouth, Mass. 

Holmes, Frank B(lackwell), 1889-90. Shoe Manufacturer, Chelsea, Mass, 

Holmes, Geo(rge) A(lfred), X, '91. General Manager, U.S. Fastener Co.. 
95 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Holmes, Geo(rge) E(nnis), S.B., II, 1894-96. Designer, with The Kidder 
Press Co., Dover, N.H. 

Holmes, Joseph E., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. Grocer, J. A. Holmes & 
Co., I Central Square, Cambridge, Mass. 

Holmes, Joseph Henry, ll, 1893-94- 

Holmes, Lemuel B., 1886-87. Paymaster, Linscott, Tyler, Wilson Co., 
Rochester, N.H. 

Holmes, M(erton) A(ustin), II, 1895-97. Banker, 21 Rockledge Road, 
Newton Highlands, Mass. 

Holmes, Thomas B(arlow), III, '06. 216 Main St., Keene, N.H. 

Holmes, Thomas J(efferson), VI, 1903-05. 46 Everett St., Everett, Mass. 

Hohnes, V(aldemar) F(rank), V, 1897-02. President, Power Equipment 
Co., 1013 Board of Trade Building, Boston, Mass, 

Holmes, WilUam K(ing), V, 1905-06. South Paris, Me. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 209 

Holmquist, C(harles) A(lbert), B.S., I, '06. Assistant Sanitary Engifieer, 
State Department of Health, 84 Willett St., Albany, N.Y. 

Holt, Arthtir C(lark), IV, 1891-92. 197 Washington St., Somerville, Mass. 

Holt, Henry C(utter), iv, 1888-89. Architect, with T. G. O'Connell, 18 
Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Holt, Henry W., 1883 -84. 

Holt, H(orace) S(,inclair), I, X, 1903-05. Distribution Engineer, New Eng- 
land Telephone & Telegraph Co., 283 Worthington St., Springfield, Mass. 

Holt, Mary A (bbott), VII, 1898-99. Teacher, Bell School, Somerville, Mass. 

Holt, William A(bernethy, A.B., IX, 1892-93. Grocer, 142 Main St., New 
London, Conn. 

Holton, Edward C(Iapp), V, '88. Chief Chemist, Sherwin-Williams Co. 
601 Canal Road, N.W., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Holwill, John Anderson, IX, 1891-94. Died August 2^], 1894. 

Holz, Herman A (If red), II, 1901-03. 415 Ludlow Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Homans, G(eorge) M (orris), B.L., I, III, 1900-02. State Forester of Cali- 
fornia, Sacramento, Cal. 

Homer, C(harles) L(owell), I, 1900-03. Gas Engine Salesman, with A. P. 
Homer, 156 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Homer, Eleazer B(artlett), IV, '85. Of Clarke, Howe & Homer, Architects, 
72 Wcybosset St., Providence, R.L 

Homer, Florence M(ary), 1904-05. 56 Parsons St., Brighton, Mass. 

Homer, Joseph W., 1873-74- 129 Washington St., Brookline, Mass. 

Homer, William Bradford, 1889-90, Died June 23, 1910. 

Homeyer, Charles William, Jr., I, 'n. Burton, Texas. 

Honeyman, Bruce R(itchie), IV, '06. Chief Engineer, Northwestern Bridge 
Co., General Contractors, Portland, Ore. 

Hongma, Aechirau, I, '74- Chief Engineer, Ashio Railway, Co., Tokio, 
Japan. 

Hood, Albert H(udson), IX, 1900-01. With Hudson Brothers, 210 West 
Water St., Syracuse, N.Y. 

Hood, J(ohn) M(ifflin), Jr., I, 1897-98. Chief Engineer, United Railways 
& Electric Co., of Baltimore, 1008 Continental Trust Building, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Hood, Raymond M(athewson), IV, '03. Architectural Draughtsman, 79 
Cottage St., Pawtucket, R.I. 

Hooker, Duncan C(ollins), II, 1904-05. Assistant Electrical Engineer, 
The Johns-Pratt Co., Hartford, Conn. 

Hooker, Edward D., 1878-79. Died October 27, 1911. 

Hooker, Francis B(rewster), Jr., II, 1906-08. 

Hooker, Henry D., iv, 1880-82. Architectural Engineer, Technology Club, 
New York, N.Y. 

Hooker, Henry Keene, VI, '04. With Paine, Webber »& Co., Bankers, 82 
Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Hooker, Paul, II, 1899-00. 

Hooker, Richard, IV, '89. Architect, Alden & Harlow, 2403 Farmers Bank 
Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
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210 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Hooker, Stanley A(gar), II, 1893-97- Manager, Reliance Textile & Dye 
Works Co., 225 Madison Ave., Covington, Ky. 

Hool, G(eorge) A(lbert), I, '05. Assistant Professor of Structural Engi- 
neering, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

Hoole, Henry W(illiani), 1905-08. With Miller, Franklin & Stevenson, 
First National Bank Building, Chicago, 111. 

Hooper, Edward J(oseph), ill, 1905-09- Assistant Chemist, Plymouth 
Rubber Co., Stoughton, Mass. 

Hooper, Fanny, 1899-00. See Curtis, Mrs. G. S. 

Hooper, Frank William, IV. 1906-07- Died September 21, 1908. 

Hooper, George K(ennard), II, 1887-91. Consulting Engineer, President of 
Hooper-Falkenau Engineering Co., Room 2025, 165 Broadway, New 
York, N.Y. 

Hooper, George M(itchell), 1889-90. Garage Foreman, 341 Newbury St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Hooper, Harris G(reenwood), XIII, '00. With Henry N. Hooper, 517 Prov- 
ident Bank Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Hooven, Arthvir T(illson), m, 1902-03- Planter, Anaheim, Cal. 

Hoover, Walter T(urner), I, 1903-05. With Ferox Protection Paint Co., 
120 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Hopeman, Bertram C(ornelius), IV, '00. Contractor, with A. W. Hopeman 
& Sons Co., 569 Lyell Ave., Rochester, N.Y. 

Hopewell, Charles F(rederick), VI, '94. Of Hopewell Bros., Manufac- 
turers of Auto Fabrics, 29 Chapel St., Newton, Mass. 

Hopkins, Arthur T(homas), VI, '97- Superintendent, Boston Woven Hose 
& Rubber Co., Cambridge, Mass. 

Hopkins, Charles Freemont, '81, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Hopkins, Frank T., 1873-74- 

Hopkins, Frederick L(ewis), V, '89. News Editor, Providence Journal, 
Providence, R.I. 

Hopkins, Heber A(ugustus), n, '98. 206 Park St., W^est Roxbury, Mass. 

Hopkins, James C(leveland), rv, '96. Architect, Kilham & Hopkins, 
9 Park St., Boston, Mass. 

Hopkins, Leonard O(tis), I, 1901-04. So. Framingham, Mass. 

Hopkins, Merton White, I, 1907-10. Engineer, New England Concrete 
Construction Co., 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Hopkins, P(aul) S(tanley), m, '10. With the Hargraves Engineering Co., 
Porcupine, Ontario. 

Hopkins, Prescott A(ndrews), IV, '92, IV, S.M., '93. Architect, 50 Con- 
gress St., Boston, Mass. 

Hopkins, Prince C(harles), Ph.B,. A.M., n, 1906-07. Psychotherapy, Hop- 
kins and Block, 30 West 44th St., New York, N.Y. 

Hopkins, R(obert) M(ilne), VI, '00. With the Alberger Pump Company, 
140 Cedar St., Room 708, New York, N.Y. 

Hopkins, Walter A(ustin), III, 1902-04. Mining Engineering, 1016-1023 
Old South Building, Boston, Mass. 

Hopkins, Warren B., VI, 1907-11. 33 Cottage Ave., Winthrop, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 211 

Hopkins, ■W(illia)m J(ohn), VI, '86. Plant Engineering Department, 

New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 
Hoppin, F(rancis) L. V., IV, 1884-86. Architect, Hoppin & Son, 244 Fifth 

Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Hoppin, Howard, 1874-76. Architect, Hoppin & Field, Providence, R.I. 
Hopps, Arthur D., 1872-76. Farmer (retired), Lamoille, 111. 
Hopton, W(alter) E(dwin), II, '91. With Purchasing Department, Solvay 

Process Co., Syracuse, N.Y. 
Hopwood, Cora S(tella), Vin, '02. Teacher, South High School, Worcester, 

Mass. 
Horgan, John Dennis, ll, 1894-97. 

Hormel, Herman, V, 1891-96. 41 M St., So. Boston, Mass. 
Horn, H(eiiry) J(ohn), I, '88. Vice-President, New York, New Haven & 

Hartford Railroad Co., New Haven, Conn. 
Home, Lewis W(iQsIow), xill, '01. 
Home, R(alph) "W(arren), XI, 'lo. Assistant, Metcalf and Eddy, 14 Beacon 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Horr, John Winslow, II, 1898-99. With Bethlehem Steel Co., So. Bethle- 
hem, Pa. 
Horsey, Burton Tuttle, xill, 1897-99- Died April 22, 1908. 
Horsey, Outerbridge, A.B., LL.B., VI, 1896-98. Assistant Treasurer, Indiana 

Lighting Co., 2 Rector St., New York, N.Y. 
Horstman, W(illia)m H(enry), IV, 1898-02. Architectural Draughtsman, 

Missouri Pacific Railroad, 3610 A North 9th St., St. Louis, Mo. 
Horton, Frank N(elson), II, '00. With the Fore River Shipbuilding Com- 
pany, Quincy, Mass. 
Horton, Frederick W(aters), III, '04. Engineer, U.S. Bureau of Mines, 

Washington, D.C. 
Horton, Isaac C(hester), II, 1880-82. Ponkapog, Canton, Mass. 
Horton, James Dunnicee, IV, 1888-90. 

Horton, Lawrence, 1884-85. Merchant, Ponkapog, Canton, Mass. 
Horton, R(alph) T(ucker), I, '98. Assistant District Engineer, New York 

Central & Hudson River Railroad, Union Station, Albany, N.Y. 
Horton, S(idney) E(llsworth), II, '90. President and Treasurer, The S. E. 

Horton Machine Co., Manufacturers of Chucks, Windsor Locks, Conn. 
Horton, Theodore, XI, '94. Chief Engineer, New York State Department 

of Health, Albany, N.Y. 
Horton, W(illiam) H(enry), Jr., VI, '10. Electrical Engineer, Telluride 

Power Co., Telluride, Colo. 
Hosea, R(aphael) G(ay), I, 1904-07. Engineer, Colorado Fuel & Iron Co., 

Water Department, Pueblo, Colo. 
Hosea, R(aphael) M(oore), I, '79- Chief Engineer, The Colorado Fuel & 

Iron Co., Minnequa Works, Pueblo, Colo. 
Hosford, Roger F(iiller), V, '97. With the Engineering Department, 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 
Hosmer, Alfred W., 1867-68. Died 1905. 
Hosmer, Charles E., 1874-78. Died December 18, 1880. 



212 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Hosmer, Geo(rge) L(eonard), I, 1893-97. Assistant Professor of Civil 

Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Hosmer, Helen R(oss), V, '06. Assistant in Chemistry, Vassar College, 

Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 
Hosmer, Herbert Buttrick, VI, 1903-07. Farmer, Hollowdene, Billerica, 

Mass. 
Hosmer, William W(alter), 1902-03. 
Hotchkiss, W(alter) A(lvin), VI, 1902-04. With Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., 

Box 386, Ford City, Pa. 
Hotchkiss, William D., 1875-77- Deceased. 
Houck, Carl A(lfred), I, '05. With the Buffalo Structural Steel Co., 166 

Dart St., Buffalo, N.Y. 
Houck, William G(abriel), I, '93- President, Buffalo Structural Steel Co., 

551 Lafayette Ave., Buffalo, N.Y. 
Hough, Benjamin K., 1865-66. 
Hough, Elizabeth E(leanor), VII, 1894-97- Teacher, Girls' High School, 

Boston, Mass. 
Hough, William Baldwin, II, '00. President, William B. Hough Co., 

Monadnock Block, Chicago, 111. 
Houghton, Frank, 1889-90. Cashier, National Shawmut Bank, Boston, Mass. 
Houghton, George Euclid, 1903-04. 
Houghton, George W. W., 1869-70. 
Houghton, Herbert Allen, II, 1888 91. Deceased. 
Houghton, John H(oward), XI, 1892-93. Economy Engineer, Union Bag& 

Paper Co., Hudson Falls, N.Y. 
Houghton, Katherine M(artha), 1902 03- Corning, N.Y. 
Houghton, NeidhardH(ahnemann), M.D., 1883-84. Physician, 220 Claren- 
don St., Boston, Mass. 
Hounsfield, Lammot du Pont, x, 1897-00. 

Houpt, Harry S(terling), IV, 1889-91. 2006 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
House, Herbert B(issell), 1898-99. So. Manchester, Conn. 
House, John H(enry), Jr., IV, 1894-98. 36 E. 28th St., New York, N.Y. 
Houskeeper, William G(ibbons), B.S., E.E., II, '05. Engineer, with the 

Westinghouse Lamp Company, Bloomfield, N.J. 
Hovey, Chandler, VI, 1898-99. Broker, Chandler Hovcy & Co., 85 Devon- 
shire St., Boston, Mass. 
Hovey, Charles E(merson), 1902-03- Died September 24, 191 1. 
Hovey, James B., 1883-84. 
Howard, Arthur F(iske), B.S., VI, '98. Fire Insurance Inspector, Granite 

State Fire Insurance Co., Portsmouth, N.H. 
Howard, Cha(rle)s A(lton), II, '06. Mechanical Engineer, Gunn, Richards 

& Co., 43 Wall St., New York, N.Y. 
Howard, Charles P., I, '74. Manufacturer, James L. Howard & Co., 

Hartford, Conn. 
Howard, Elizabeth P., 1876-77- See Tetlow, Mrs. John. 
Howard, Ethan H(enry), VI, '97. Fruit Grower, R.F.D. 20, Youngstown, 

Niagara County, N.Y. 



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Howard, Francis Oilman, IV, 1887-90. Expert Designer and Maker of 
Marble and Stone Garden Furniture, 5 W. 28th St., New York, N.Y. 

Howard, Frank A(llen), I, '96. Engineer, Bridges and Buildings, Erie 
Railroad Co., 50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Howard, Frank W., II, 1887-90, 1891-92. 35 Taber St., Roxbur}', Mass. 

Howard, Harold E(nimons), II, 1895-97- Westfield, Mass. 

Howard, Henry, 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., V, 1885-88. Vice- 
President, Merrimac Chemical Co., North Woburn, Mass. 

Howard, Henry A., 1882-83. 115 Purchase St., Boston, Mass. 

Howard, Herbert Seymour (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '09. Assistant Naval 
Constructor, U.S.N., Na\y Department, Washington, D.C. 

Howard, John G., IV, 1882-85. Berkeley, Cal. 

Howard, John R., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Howard, John W(ardwell), I, '03. Instructor in Civil Engineering, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Howard, L(emuel) Frederic, VI, '95- Electrical Engineer, with the Union 
Switch & Signal Co., Swissvale, Pa. 

Howard, L(ewis) T(homas), I, '04. Assistant Engineer, Barge Canal, 
State of New York, Schuylerville, N.Y. 

Howard, Perry Brooks, I, 1892-94. 

Howard, Sheldon L(eavitt), IX, XIII, 1893-97- With the Revere Rubber 
Co., 158 West Lake St., Chicago, 111. 

Howard, Thomas Howard, IV, 1880-82. Deceased. 

Howard, William L., 1868-71- Died April, 1909. 

Howarth, George R(euben), ll, '95- 

Howe, Benjamin M., '86; School of Mechanic Arts. 

Howe, Benjamin N., 1871-72. 

Howe, Charles G(aff), 1891-92. 334 W. 4th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Howe, Chester L(ewis), VI, 1903-04. 9 Webster St., Hyde Park, Mass. 

Howe, Clarence D(ecatur), I, '07. Professor of Civil Engineering, Dal- 
housie University, Halifax, N.S. 

Howe, Edward S(omerset), VI, '09. Erecting Engineer, with Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Co., 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Howe, Edward T., 1866-67. 

Howe, Eugene C(larence), A.B., VII, '08, Ph.D., 'ir. Instructor in Depart- 
ment of Biology and Public Health, Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology', Boston, Mass. 

Howe, Frank Irving, V, 1893-95- 

Howe, Frank M., i868-6g. Died January 4, 1909. 

Howe, F(rederick) Stanley, A.B., I, 1908-09. Assistant Secretary, American 
Unitarian Association, 25 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Howe, George Bridges, rv, 1888-89. 

Howe, George E(dward), 1885-86. Banker, 10 P.O. Square, Boston, Mass. 

Howe, Geo(rge) E(dward), I, '95. With Lyon & Greenleaf, Merchant 
Millers, Wauseon, Ohio. 

Howe, Henry M(arion), A.M., LL.D., ill, '71- Professor of Metallurgy, 
Columbia University, New York, N.Y. 



214 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Howe, Herbert H(olines), IX, 'oo. Clerk, with John P. O'Brien & Co., 

75 State St., Room 45, Boston, Mass. 
Howe, Horace Joseph, I, '79- Died January 21, 191 1. 
Howe, J(ames) C(arleton), A.B., VI, '02. Vice-President, American Trust 

Co., 50 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Howe, James Lewis, ni, 1894-95- 

Howe, J(ames) Murray, 1871-72. 70 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Howe, John E., IV, 1884-85. 
Howe, J(oseph) Milton, I, '96. Consulting Engineer, Howe & Wise, 722 

First National Bank Building, Houston, Texas. 
Howe, Josiah W(ilder), I, 1889-92. Assistant to President, Southington 

Hardware Co., Southington, Conn. 
Howe, Leon Daniel, IV, 1904-05. 45 Prescott St., Clinton, Mass. 
Howe, Lois L(illey),rv, 1888-89,1898-99. 717 Tremont Bldg., Boston, Mass. 
Howe, Louis P., 1, 1875-78. President of The S. H. Howe Shoe Co., i How- 
land St., Marlboro, Mass. 
Howe, Robert, VI, 1902-06. Manager, Lake Williams Ice Co., 201 Lakeside 

Ave., Marlboro, Mass. 
Howe,Wallis E(astburn), IV, i888-<)o. 72 Weybosset St., Providence, R.I. 
Howell, E(dward) W(inchester), I, 1899-00. Treasurer, Income Securities, 

and Mortgage Corporation, 154 Nassau St., New York, N.Y. 
Howell, Helen P(hilips), Vll, 1895-96. 

Howell, Mary Harriet, vn, 1894-95. See Wells, Mrs. Joseph A. 
Howell, William A(llen), VI, 1899-01. Superintendent, Hanscom Construc- 
tion Co., Norton, Mass. 
Howell, William Robert, VI, 1906-08. 147 Magnolia St., Roxbury, Mass. 
Howells, John M(ead), 1886-87. Architect, Howells & Stokes, 100 William 

St., New York, N.Y. 
Howes, Annie G., 1882-83. See Bams, Mrs. Carl. 
Howes, B(enjamin) A(lfred), VI, '97. Engineer and Contractor, 15 West 

38th St., New York, N.Y. 
Howes, Charles E(dward), II, 1902-04. 

Howes, Clarence L., A.B., M.D., II, '73. Physician, Hanover, Mass. 
Howes, C(lifton) A(rmstrong), VI, '94. Electrical Inspector, Boston Board 

of Fire Underwriters, 55 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 
Howes, C(yrus) P(ierce), IV, '04. Bridge Inspector, Missouri Pacific 

Railway, St. Louis, Mo. 
Howes, Edward Townsend, IV, 1898-99. Stamford, Conn. 
Howes, George L. Died January, 1894. 
Howes, Gretchen, VII, 1902-03. See Waldo, Mrs. C. S. 
Howes, Herbert M., ll, 1883-86. 

Howes, Ralph H(olt), I, III, 1899-02. 105 W. 40th St., New York, N.Y. 
Howland, Albert H(enry) a.m., I, '71. Civil Engineer, no Tremont St., 

Room 17, Boston, Mass. 
Howland, Arthur, II, VI, 1887-91. 222 Prince St., West Newton, Mass. 
Howland, Arthur H(athaway), IV, 1901-05. Architect, 1837 Vernon St., 

N.W., Washington, D.C. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 21$ 

Rowland, Cyrus C(hapman), I, 1892-95. Civil Engineer, P.O. Box 1734, 

Boston, Mass. 
Rowland, Frank S(eaman), I, 1890-94. Merchant, of Howland & Son, 

Athens, N.Y. 
Rowland, Frederick Roppin, IX, '93. Associate Editor, Philadelphia 

Press, 7th and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Rowland, R(arold) H(oward), I, '09. Civil Engineer, New York, New 

Haven & Hartford Railroad, Shore Line Division, West dale, Mass. 
Rowland, John E., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Rowland, John Rastings, I, 1893-97- 

Howland, Stanley, VI, IX, 1892-97. Ashville, N.C. 

Roxie, A(rthur) E., 1, 1895-96. Civil Engineer and Surveyor, Laconia, N.H. 

Roxie, Edward E(ly), IV, 1899-05. Architect, 622 Berkeley Building, Boston, 

Mass. 
Roxie, Frederick J(erome),VI, '92. Special Inspector and Engineer, Associ- 
ated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Roxie, Timothy W(right), II, 1895-99. With Winslow, Lanier Co., 59 

Cedar St., New York, N.Y. 
Roy, Austin Y(oung), A.B., XIII, '04- Northwestern Manager, Sullivan 

Machinery Co., Spokane, Wash. 
Roy, Cha(rle)s "W(inston), X, '04. Manager, New Jersey Gas Co., Glass- 

boro, N.J., Consulting Gas Engineer, Eastern Light & Fuel Co., Real 

Estate Trust Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Hoyle, W(illiam) H(oward), xni, 1902-03. Fire Protection Engineer, 

General Fire Extinguisher Co., Providence, R.I. 
Roysradt, Renry Vernon, VI, 1907-08. iii Crary Ave., Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 
Royt, Cha(rle)s R(enry), II, 1889-92. With United Shoe Machinery Co., 

Beverly, Mass. 
Hoyt, Frank C, VI, 1884-85. 

Royt, Frederick A., 1878-79. School of Mechanic Arts. 
Royt, Renry P(ercy), B.s., 1, 1906-07. ■ 
Royt, Ray S(tevens), B.s., M.S., 1905-06. Electrical Engineer, American 

Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 
Royt, Robert N(elson), VII, '09. Health Officer, Board of Health, Prince- 
ton, N.J. 
Hoyt, William E(dwin), I, '68. Consulting Engineer and Special Engineer, 

New York Central Railroad, 50 Westminster Road, Rochester, N.Y. 
Hubbard, Carleton W(aterbury), II, '09. Construction Engineer, Sayles 

Bleacheries, Saylesville, R.I. 
Hubbard, Charles Bela, II, 1890-93. Lenox Road, Schenectady, N.Y. 
Hubbard, Charles W(ells), 1872-73. Treasurer, Ludlow Manufacturing 

Associates, 55 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Hubbard, Chester D(imock), VI, '97. Assistant Manager, Scranton 

Electric Co., Carbondale, Pa. 
Hubbard, Ervin S., 1872-73. Draughtsman, Office of Quartermaster 

General, U.S. War Department, Washington, D.C. 
Hubbard, Francis Johnson, VII, 1908-09. Houghton, Mich. 



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Hubbard, Frank James, I, 1893-94. 

Hubbard, Gardiner Greene, 1895-96. New York, N.Y. 

Hubbard, Gilbert, 1886-87. 

Hubbard, Gorham, IV, 1890-91. Room 22, 28 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Hubbard, H(enry) V(incent), IV, 1897-98. Landscape Architect, Pray, 
Hubbard and White, loi Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Hubbard, Jesse B(ranch), IV, 1893-97. 95 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Hubbard, John, 1870-71. Woods Hole, Mass. 

Hubbard, Robert Arnold, V, 1900-01. 

Hubbard, William Henry, V, 1896-99. Deceased. 

Hubbard, Winfred D(ean), XI, '98. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water 
Supply, City of New York, Brown Station, N.Y. 

Hubbell, H(enry) S(imonds), III, VIII, 1902-04. Superintendent and Act- 
ing Treasurer, T. R. Almond Manufacturing Co., Ashburnham, Mass. 

Hubby, R(ollin) Germain, IV, 1891-92. 616 Caxton Building, Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Huber, B(erthold) C(onverse), n, ill, X, 1906-10. Bee Keeper, Encinitas, Cal. 

Huckins, Albert H., 1881-82. School of Mechanic Arts. 

Huckins, Albert K(imball), VI, 1906-10. With Stone & Webster Engineer- 
ing Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Huckins, George L., I. 1900-01. Assistant Engineer with Boston & Maine 
Railroad, Engineering Department, North Station, Boston, Mass. 

Hudson, H(enry) N(orman), II, 1897-02. Department Manager, with J. J. 
Grover's Sons, 78 Buffum St., Lynn, Mass. 

Hudson, Ralph G(orton), VI, '07. Instructor in Electrical Engineering, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Hudson, W(alter) F(rancis), VI, 1905-07. Assistant Engineer, Depart- 
ment of Maintenance of Way and Signals, New York Central & Hud- 
son River Railroad, Rm. 612, Grand Central Station, New York, N.Y.. 

Huerdler, Erich George, ill, 1906-07. 32 Trinity Place, Buffalo, N.Y. 

Huey, William Queen, II, 1892-95. 

Huff, Montgomery Gerrans, II, 1896-01. 

Hufsmith, C(lifford) L(ytton), B.S., VI, 1908-11. Palestine, Texas. 

Hugelmann, John R(obert), I, 'n. 11 64 Cambridge St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Hughart, John H. P., 1871-72. General Manager, Grand Rapids and Indi- 
ana Railway Co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Hughes, Charles H(aynes), II, 1896-97. Secretary, C. H. Hughes & Co., 
Engineers, 82 Beaver St., New York, N.Y. 

Hughes, Mrs. Clarence W. (Noyes, Harriette N.), 1896-99- R.F.D. No. 5, 
Mattoon, 111. 

Hughes, Edward Senaca, Mechanic Arts, 1890-92. 

Hughes, Horatio, I, 1906^08. Charleston, S.C. 

Hughes, Julia A(nn), VII, 1897-98. 120 Rossetcr St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Hughes, Raymond MoUyneaux, V, M.Sc, 1897-98. 

Hukill,EmoryG(ilfillan),ll,Vl,i903-os. 216 Reed St., South Oil City, Pa. 

Hull, Andrew W(ilmer), A.B., Xlll, 1905-07. Draughtsman, with the New- 
port News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Newport News, Va. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 217 

Hull, Floyd Byron, VI, '02. Salesman, Westinghouse Electric & INlanu- 
facturing Co., 1804 Union Bank Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Hulse, William S(tewart), VI, '94- Engineer and Special Representative, 
30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Hulsizer, Robert Inslee, VI, 1905-09. Scientific Assistant to Patent Law- 
yers, Byrnes, Townsend & Buckenstein, Patent Lawyers, 918 F St., 
N.W., Washington, D.C. 

Hultman, Eugene C(hristian), I, '96. Consulting Engineer and Auditor, 
Room 802, loi Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Hume, Charles W., 1872-73. Eastport, Me. 

Hume, George Seward, VI, 1895-98. Eastport, Me. 

Hume, Harry G(ifford), ill, 1904-05. 

HumphrevUle, W(illiam) E(dward), Jr., VI, 'n. Contractor, Box 1016, 
Houston, Texas. 

Humphrey, Carl T(homas), I, '05. Professor of Civil Engineering, Villa- 
nova College, \'illanova, Pa. 

Humphrey, Charles Farrar, VI, 1908-10. Died December 7, 1910. 

Humphrey, Edwin R(owland), II, '04. Mechanical Engineer, with the J. M. 
Dodge Co., Nicetown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Humphrey, Geo(rge) S(elden), Ph.B., Vl, '10. Engineer, with the Knight 
Power Co., Provo, Utah. 

Humphrey, Seth K(ing), VI, 1895-97. Broker, 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Humphrey, W(illia)m, 1869-70. General Superintendent, Dansville & 
Mount Morris Railroad, Dansville, N.Y. 

Humphrey, William H(enry), IV, 1901-05. 

Himiphreys, James, 1891-92. Manager, with H. W. Johns-Manville Co., 
55-59 High St., Boston, Mass. 

Hvmiphreys, James B(arnes), II, 1891-94. Deceased. 

Hvunphreys, John 8., IV, 1893-95. 28 East 41st St., New York, N.Y. 

Humphreys, Walter, II, '97. Registrar and Recorder, and Instructor, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Hunking, Arthur W., 1868-71. Died November 12, 1908. 

Hungerford, Jarvis Warren, 1890-92. 

Hunneman, Hewes, 1870-71. Barre, Mass. 

Hunnewell, F(rederick) A(llen), XllI, '97. Chief Draughtsman, U.S. Navy 
Office, New York. Shipbuilding Co., Camden, N.J. 

Hunnewell, Henry S., 1875-76. 9 Park St., Boston, Mass. 

Htmnewell, Julia O., VII, 1903-04. Wellesley, Mass. 

Hunnewell, Mary P(eele), 1900-04. See Williams, Mrs. S. M. 

Hunt, Alfred E., ill. '76. Died April 26, 1899. 

Hunt, Alfred F(rancis), Jr., I, '94. 96 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Hunt, Arthur K(insman), V, 1881-83. Of Hunt, Saltonstall & Co., Bankers, 
60 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Htmt, Carlton Ritter, v, 1892-93. 

Hunt, Charles H., 1868-69. Bookkeeper, 12 Pomeroy St., Allston, Mass. 

Hunt, Clyde DuV., II, m, 1879-81. Weathersfield, Vt. 



2l8 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Hunt, Edward M(arshall), I, '94. Civil Engineer, U.S. Engineer Office, 
537 Congress St., Portland, Me. 

Hunt, Eugene (Alexander), II, 1904-08. General Manager, Gilbert Hunt 
Co., Walla Walla, Wash. 

Hunt, Franklin L(ivingston), vm, '09. Instructor in Physics, Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Hunt, George F(essenden), IV, '06. Died February, 1909. 

Hunt, George P., 1869-70. 

Hunt, H(arry) B(urleigh), II, '97. With Sales Department, American 
Locomotive Co., 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Hunt, Harry D(raper), IX, '97. Attorney-at-Law, Odd Fellows Build- 
ing, North Attleboro, Mass. 

Hunt, H(arry) H(ampton), Vl, '89. District Manager, Stone & Webster 
Management Association, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Hunt, Harry Leigh, VI, 1896-99. Department of Tests, Union Metallic 
Cartridge Co., Bridgeport. Conn. 

Hunt, Herman R(eynolds), xill, '00. Draughtsman, Navy Yard, Ports- 
mouth, N.H. 

Hunt, Howard N(elson), II, '02. Draughtsman, Machinery Division, 
U.S. Navy Department, Mare Island Na\^ Yard, Vallejo, Cal. 

Hunt, James H(enry), 1897-98. 197 Water St., Newburyport, Mass. 

Hunt, Jarvis, 1883-84. Monadnock Block, Chicago, 111. 

Hunt, John F(rancisj, 1888-89. 

Himt, Myron H(ubbard), IV, 1890-92. Architect, 1017 Union Trust 
Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Hunt, R(ichard) H(owland), rv, 1880-82. Architect, 28 East 21st St., 
New York, N.Y. 

Hunt, Samuel P(arker), A.M., VI, X, '95. Assistant General ^Manager and 
Electrical Engineer, Manchester Traction, Light & Power Co., 46 
Hanover St., Manchester, N.H. 

Hunt, (Baker) Theodore, 1867-68. 

Hunt, William F., 1890-1891. 409 North St., Weymouth Heights, Mass. 

Hunt, William Lloyd, n, 1900-01. 

Hunt, William P., 1878-79. Deceased. 

Himter, Alfred R(edington), n, 1904-06. With The Noiseless Typewriter 
Co., Middletown, Conn. 

Hunter, Charles F(rederick), vni, 1900-02. Chief Electrical Inspector, 
Public Service Commission, The Capitol, Albany, N.Y. 

Hunter, Frederick H(uston), rv, '02, IV, S.M., '03. With Tile Department, 
Waldo Bros., 45-49 Batterymarch St., Boston, Mass. 

Hunter, Leroy L(ittlefield), I, '03. Assistant Engineer, Bureau of Engi- 
neering, City of Chicago, 403 City Hall, Chicago, 111. 

Hunter, Macaviley, 1885-86. 

Hunter, Roy, I, 1904-06. 

Himter, W(illiam) B(enjamin), n, 1904-06. Co-operation Educational 
Director, 10 Cedar St., Fitchburg, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 2I9 

Hunting, Herbert A., 1886-87, School of Mechanic Arts. Mechanical Draughts- 
man, with the General Electric Co., Lynn, Mass. 
Hunting, Walter C, IV, 1879-81. 
Huntington, Cha(rle)s McK(ay), XIII, '06. 
Huntington, Constant D(wight), IV, 1900-02. 28 East 35th St., New York, 

N.Y. 
Huntington, Eliza P., B.A., V, 1881-82. Assistant, Fogg Art Museum, Har- 
vard University, Cambridge, Mass. 
Huntington, George D(anforth), A.B., I, '98. Manager, Detroit Office, 

Crosby Company, Detroit, Mich. 
Huntington, Harry, 1881-83. 

Huntington, Mrs. John P. (Weld, Julia B.), 1902-03. Norwich, Conn. 
Huntington, William Francis, I, '75. Died August 7, 1877. 
Huntoon, Daniel T(homas, V(ose), 1888-89. Banker, Reed & Huntoon, 421 

Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Huntoon, E(dmund) J(ames) B(aker), VI, 1885-87. Treasurer, 147 Milk 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Huntzinger, Benjamin Frank, 1888-89. Died October 19, 1909. 
Hiu-d, Ben(jamin), VI, '96. President, Fahrig Metal Co., 34 Commerce 

St., New York, N.Y. 
Hurd, Charles H(enry), 1, 1892-94. Morse, La. 
Hurd, Edward L(aurence), II, '95. With United Shoe Machinery Co., 

205 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 
Hurd, William, Jr., 1866-67. 
Hurd, William R(obinson), II, 1896-98. With the United Shoe Machinery 

Co., 36 Lothrop St., Beverly, Mass. 
Hurley, Edmund Joseph, II, 'os. With the New York Steam Co., 624 

Madison Ave., New York, N.Y, 
Hurley, Frederick A(loysius), HI, '10. With the Maryland Steel Co., 

Sparrows Point, Md. 
Hvu'sh, Robert, ill, '06. Manager for Mexico of the Empire Zinc Co. of 

Denver, 10 Mercantile Bank, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 
Hiurter, Charles S(wanberg), III, '98. Technical Representative, E. L 

duPont de Nemours Powder Co., Wilmington, Del. 
Huse, Arthvu: W(ood), 1, 1894-98, 1901-03- In charge of Maintenance of Way 

Work, Branch office of Resident Engineer, Toledo Division, Lake Shore 

and Michigan Southern Railway, P.O. Box 193, Elyria, Ohio. 
Huse, Frank J(ames), II, '99. Engineer, with the National Fire Proofing 

Co., 72 West Adams St., Chicago, 111. 
Hussey, Clarence L(oring), II, '08. Mechanical Engineer with Rhode 

Island Co., Providence, R.L 
Hussey, Charles M., 1876-78. With J. & W. R. Wing, 133 Union St., New 

Bedford, Mass. 
Hussey, Francis F., 1886-87. West Newton, Mass. 
Hussey, James W(hittlesey), XIII, '00. Naval Architect, 200 South 

1 2th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



220 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Hussey, Oren S(haw), II, '87. Treasurer, Frank Ridlon Co., 253 A St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Hutcheson, Mary, 1884-87. See Page, Mrs. Geo. H. 

Hutchings, Frank Farley, VI, 1904-05- Instructor in Physics, South High 
School, Worcester, Mass. 

Hutchings, James H(endrick), II, '83. In Real Estate Business, R.F.D. 
No. 3, Athol, Mass. 

Hutchings, Lydia A., V, VII, 1884-85. Deceased. 

Hutchings, William R., 1869-^1. 

Hutchins, Charles M(orton), ill, '07. Superintendent, Rockland Factory, 
Rice & Hutchins, Inc., Rockland, Mass. 

Hutchins, Edward Sterns, n, '89. Died December 25, 1901. 

Hutchins, Guy Sevems, Xin, 1906-08. Fitchburg, Mass. 

Hutchins, Harry Pennell, Mechanical Drawing, 1899-00. 

Hutchins, Otis, xiv, 'n. Chemist, Carborundum Co., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 

Hutchinson, B(ernice) E(dwin), III, 1905-08. Chief Engineer, Grand Cross- 
ing Tack Co., Chicago, 111. 

Hutchinson, Edward P., '87, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., 1891-92. 92 Foster 
St., Brigham, Mass. 

Hutchinson, Frank A., 1882-84. 

Hutchinson, George A(nthony), II, '98. 14 Wales St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Hutchinson, John Albert, II, '02. Assistant Manager, Leetsdale Works, 
Riter-Conley Manufacturing Co., Leetsdale, Pa. 

Hutchinson, W(illiam) Spencer, in, '92. Mining Engineer, 8 Congress St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Huxley, Edward Haley, ll, '95. General Manager, Phoenix-Hermetic Co., 
194 Chambers St., New York, N.Y. 

Huxley, Roy Desmond, vi, 'n. Graduate Student, Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology', Boston, Mass. 

Hyams, Isabel F., v, 1884-87. 26 Wales St., Dorchester, IVIass. 

Hyde, Anna F(arwell), vil, 1896-97. 

Hyde, Austin T(aber), X, 'oi. Fort Hill Chemical Co., Rumford, Me. 

Hyde, Charles G(ilman), Xl, '96. Consulting Hydraulic and Sanitary 
Engineer, and Professor of Sanitary Engineering, University of Cali- 
fornia, Berkeley, Cal. 

Hyde, Edward R(uddock), I, '06. With the Civil Engineering Department, 
Fore River Shipbuilding Co., Quincy, Mass. 

Hyde, E(dward) W., 1887-88. Postmaster, Bath, Me. 

Hyde, George T(aylor), IV, '01. Of Nobbs and Hyde, Architects, 49 
Beaver Hall Hill, Montreal, Quebec. 

Hyde, John S., 1885-86. With Bath Iron Works, Bath, Me. 

Hyde, Karl H., I, 1886-87. Ice and Coal Dealer, Attleboro Ice Co., 71 
Pleasant St., Attleboro, Mass. 

Hyde, Russell T(aber), VI, 1904-07. Student of Art, 89 Rue de Vaugirard, 
Paris, France. 

Hyde, Stanley T(aber), X, '05. Structural Draughtsman, U.S. Navy, 
U.S. Navy Yard, Bremerton, Wash. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 221 

Hyde, William A(lbert), VI, 1903-04. Bureau of Ordnance, Navy Depart- 
ment, Washington, D.C. 

Hyde, WCilliam) Francis, IV, 1895-97- Instructor in Mechanical Drawing 
and Manual Training, South High School, Worcester, Mass. 

Hyde, William B., 1890-91 . Died 1 894. 

Hynes, John J(oseph), Jr., A.B., M.A., I, '09. Leveler, New York State 
Barge Canal, Lockport, N.Y. 

lasigi, Albert W., VIII, 1876-79- 

lasigi, Oscar A(ntliony), 1904-07- With New York Dock Company, Foot 
of Montague St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Ide, Alice B(ullard), VII, 1895-96. Elmwood, Conn. 

Ide, Lilla D(ownes), VII, 1895-96. 

Iglesias, Eugenic T(omas), VI, 1888-93. San Juan, Porto Rico. 

Ilsley, J(ohn) P(arker), II, '97. New York Sales Manager, Niles-Bement- 
Pond Co., 1 1 1 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Ilsley, Samuel M(anhill), IV, 1880-84. Author, 572 Marshall St., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 

Ingalls, C(harles) H(enry), VI, '96. Meter Engineer, Edison Electric 
Illuminating Co., 39 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Ingalls, Frank P., V, 1884-85. 

Ingalls, Frederick D(u) B(ois), II, '01. Consulting Mechanical Engineer, 
Specialist in Heating and Ventilating Engineering, 502-503 Snow 
Building, Syracuse, N.Y. 

Ingalls, Harry Creighton, IV, '98. Architect, 527 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Ingalls, Roger P(hilip), VI, 1901-03. Salesman, with Simplex Electric Heat- 
ing Co., 58 Hancock St., Lexington, Mass. 

Ingalls, Walter Renton, III, '86. Consulting Mining and Metallurgical 
Engineer; Editor of the Engineering and Mining Journal, 122 Bement 
Ave., West, New Brighton, N.Y. 

Ingalsbe, F(rank) R(ichmond), B.S., III, '06. Mineral Examiner, U.S. 
Forestry Service, Missoula, Mont. 

Ingell, Homer P(reston), VI, 1892-96. Electrical Engineer, General Elec- 
tric Co., Lynn, Mass. 

Inglee, Robert, II, '09. Draughtsman, with the Carver Cotton Gin Co., 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 

Ingraham, George Hunt, IV, '92. Architect, 2 A Park St., Boston, Mass. 

Ingram, R(alph) O(sborne), II, '04. Superintendent, Prospect Mill, 
American Woolen Co., Lawrence, Mass. 

Innis, George C(linton), 1894-95. 

Inouye, Tora, 1905-07. 

Ireland, George P(reston), I, 1903-04. 126 Harvard St., Springfield, Mass. 

Ireland, Howard P(ercival), xi, 'n. Assistant in Civil Engineering, Mas- 
sachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Ireland, James D(uane), Ph.B., ll, '02, ill, '03. General Manager, 
Ore Department, M. A. Hanna «& Co., 701 Sellwood Building, 
Duluth, Minn. 



222 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Irish, Harry Adams, 1894-95. 

Irwin, Ralph E(dward), S.M., VII, 1907-08. Assistant Sanitary Engineer, 
Department of Health of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Isham, A(lonzo) K(ent), II, '01. Consulting Engineer, 1759 26th Ave. 
North, Seattle, Wash. 

Isham, Franklin M., 1882-83. Colonnade and Ocean View Hotels, New 
London, Conn. 

Isaacs, Irving C(ornelius), IV, 1898-99. 4528 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Isenberg, Hans O(tto) C(arl), II, '06. Chief Engineer, Matheson Automo- 
bile Co., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Ivers, "William Booth, VI, 1907-09, 2353 Ash St., Denver, Colo. 

Iverson, Carl Appleton, 1897-98. 

Izard, Edward M., VIII, 1884-85. 

Jaccard, F(rederick) Constant, ill, '07. With the Steptoe Valley Smelt- 
ing & Mining Co., McGIIl, Nev. 

Jackson, Alex(ander) F(reeman), II, '10. With William Whitman & Co., 
78 Chauncy St., Boston, Mass. 

Jackson, Alfred B., 1878-79. Died November 19, 1897. 

Jackson, Allen W., IV, 1892-93,1894-97. 6 Hancock Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Jackson, Arthur A(dams), Ph.C, V, 1898-99, 1901-02. Chemist, N. K. 
Falrbank Co., 225 West 1 8th St., Chicago, 111. 

Jackson, Daniel D(ana), S.M., V, '93. Director of Laboratories, Depart- 
ment of Water Supply, Gas & Electricity, 13-21 Park Row, New 
York, N.Y. 

Jackson, D(avid) G., V, 1880-81. Machinist, with United Shoe Machinery 
Co., Beverly, Mass. 

Jackson, Elwell Ransom, II, ill, 1906-08. Sales Engineer, A. G. Spaulding 
& Bros., Automobile Department, 202-204 N. Broad St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Jackson, Frank, 1871-73- 88 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass. 

Jackson, Frank H(enry) ill, '74. 708 Union Trust Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Jackson, George O(tis), III, 1895-97, 1898-99. Mining Engineer, 16 St. 
Nicholas Place, New York, N.Y. 

Jackson, Henry D(ocker), VI, 1891-98. Consulting Engineer, 88 Broad St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Jackson, H(enry) Louis, M.S., V, '05. Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 
in charge of Foods, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. 

Jackson, Irving Foster, XIII, 1907-08. Hollywood, Cal. 

Jackson, Jerome Paul, B.A., IV, '99. Architect, 645 Security Bank 
Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Jackson, Oliver Howard, ill, 1889-91. 

Jackson, Ralph H(ahnemann), VI, 1902-06. Draughtsman and Designer, 
with Albert & J. M. Anderson Manufacturing Co., 289 A St., South 
Boston, Mass. 

Jackson, R(alph) T(empleton) C(ushman), IV, '06, IV, S.M., '07. Archi- 
tect, 29 Bedford St., Fall River, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 223 

Jackson, Robert Fuller, rv, '03. Architect, Olmstead Bros., Landscape 
Architects, 99 Warren St., Brookline, Mass. 

Jackson, Robert T., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Jackson, Willard F(ranklin), rv, 1896-98. Architect, 231 Main St., Brock- 
ton, Mass. 

Jackson, William, 1864-68. Died June 30, 1910. 

Jackson, William Dunham, 1891-93. 

Jackson, William H., 1881-82. 

Jackson, William L., 1871-72. Deceased. 

Jacob, Donald R., 1890-91. 

Jacobs, Alfred H(enry), IV, '04, IV, S.M., '05. Architect, no Sutter St., 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Jacobs, Arthur L(incoln), VI, '92. Insulated Wires and Cable Business, 3^^ 
Arch St., Boston, Mass. 

Jacobs, Carlton D(upee), II, '09. General Contractor, David H. Jacobs 
& Son, 166 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Jacobs, Elbridge Churchill, ill, '97. Professor of Analytical Chemistry and 
Mineralogy, and Secretary of the University Senate, University of 
Vermont, Burlington, \'t. 

Jacobs, Ehner, I, '10. Inspector, Boston & Albany Railroad, Union Sta- 
tion, Worcester, Mass. 

Jacobs, Richard C(lark) Jr., XI, 1906-11. Civil Engineer, 215 Auburndale 
Ave., Auburndale, Mass. 

Jacobson, Conrad, V, 1906-07. 5438 Rice St., Chicago, 111. 

Jacobson, Henry F(orsberg), vi, 1900-04. 

Jacobson, Paul Franklin, I, 1891-93. 

Jacoby, A(reli) H(ull), V, '98. Manager, Aniline Department, American 
Dyewood Co., 84 William St., New York, N.Y. 

Jacoby, Louis, A.B., VI, '09. With the Sales Department, Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Co. of Texas, 701-702 First National 
Bank Building, Houston, Texas. 

Jacoby, Raymond W(eiss), X, '10. Chemical Engineer, with the Scranton 
Lace Curtain Co., Scranton, Pa. 

Jacques, William W., Ph.D., vni, '76. Physicist, 469 Beacon St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Jaeger, Frederick, ill, '09. Assistant in Copper Refinery, American Smelt- 
ing and Refining Co., Maurer, N.J. 

James, E(dwin) W(arley), A.B., I, 1905-07- U.S. Highway Engineer, Ofifice 
of Public Roads, Washington, D.C. 

James, Frank M(orris), II, '88. 126 Monument St., Haverhill, Mass. 

James, Frank Stephenson, VI, 1907-08. East Brady, Pa. 

James, Gorton, A.B., l, 'lo. Ofifice of the Vice-President, New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co., 430 South Station, Boston, Mass. 

James, Henry Philip, n, VI, '99. Sales Manager, Crown Commercial Car 
Co., No. Milwaukee, Wis. 

James, Ivory Small, m, 1907-09. Care ]of Samuel James, Compagnia 
Metalurgica Nacional, Matehuala, San Luis Potosi, Mexico. 



224 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

James, J(esse) Evans, I, 1907-09. Elverson, Chester Count)', Pa. 

James, Lawrence S(teams), V, '93. First Assistant Inspector of Illumi- 
nating Gas and Gas Meters, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 32 
Hawley St., Boston, Mass. 

James, Sam(ue)I, ill, '76. General Manager, Compagiiia Metalurgica 
Nacional Matehuala, San Luis Potosi, Mexico. 

James, Sidney V(incent), B.S., M.E., Xin, 1907-08. Aeronautical Engineer, 
with Harold F. McCormick, 606 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

James, Walter H(erman), II, '96. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Jameson, A(rthur) H(ugh), v, '93. Manager, Steel Department, Malleable 
Iron Fittings Co., Branford, Conn. 

Jameson, Frank A(lbert), 1901-02. 

Jameson, Minor S(tory), I, '96. Resident Engineer, Worcester Improve- 
ments, Boston & Albany Railroad, Worcester, Mass. 

Jameson, S(arah) Janet, VII, 1902-03. Teacher, 18 Tremont St., Charles- 
town, Mass. 

Jameson, Thomas E., 1884-85. 

Jansson, A(rthur) Harold, XIII, '07. Mt. Pleasant Ave., Maiden, Mass. 

Janvrin, N(ed) H(erherti, I, '94. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water 
Supply, City of New York, 201 Liberty St., Newburgh, N.Y. 

Janvrin, Robert D(olliver), 1902-03. Janvrin Ave., Revere, Mass. 

Janvrin, Walter A(dams), I, 1890^4. Janvrin Ave., Revere, Mass. 

Jaques, Frank Waterman, 1892-93- 

Jaques, Herbert, IV, 1875-77. Architect, Andrews, Jaques & Rantoul, 
50 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Jaques, Samuel F., 1886-87. Assistant City Engineer, Binghamton, N.Y. 

Jaquith, Alfred J., 1871-73- 

Jarecki, Alexander H., II, 1884-87. Of the Jarecki Manufacturing' Co., 
Erie, Pa. 

Jarecki, Fred C, II, 1887-89. Of the Jarecki Manufacturing Co., Erie, Pa. 

Jarrett, Henry Holtham, n, 1905-06. 90 William St., New Yoik, N.Y. 

Jarvis, Geo(rge) T., I, 1880-82. General Manager, Rutland Railroad, 
Rutland, \'t. 

Jason, Geo(rge), Jr., VI, 1901-02. Superintendent of Wires, New England 
Telephone & Telegraph Co., Cohasset, Mass. 

Jay, Mrs. Louisa B(arlow), vil, 1905-06. 

Jealous, A(rth\u-) R(owney), n, '07. Assistant Electrical Engineer, Amer- 
ican Woolen Co., Lawrence, Mass. 

Jeffers, Robert Buck, 1, 1908-09. 91 Franklin Ave., Chelsea, Mass. 

Jeffords, Alexander H. B., II, 1897-99. 2715 Edgemont St., Philadel'phia, Pa. 

Jenckes, Earl Stanton, ll, 1890-93. 

Jenckes, E(dwin) Kenyon, v, '10. 40 Curtis Ave., Woodburj', N.J. 

Jenkins, Austin D(ickinson), B.A., IV, '03, IV, S.M., '04. Designer, with 
Jenney, Mundie & Jensen, Architects, 38 South La Salle St., Chicago, 111. 

Jenkins, Cha(rle)s D(ean), V, '82. State Inspector, Gas and Gas Meters, 
603 Ford Building, Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 225 

Jenkins, David John, M.E., VI, 1898-99. 

Jenkins, David John, II, 1908-10. Stockett, Mont. 

Jenkins, Ernest F(oster), ill, V, 1900-03. 35 Glenarm St., Dorchester, 
Mass. 

Jenkins, Hubert O(liver), A.B., VII, 1907-10 Health Officer, 208 Ramona 
Building, Palo Alto, Cal. 

Jenkins, Lawrence Waters, A.B., 1896-97. 

Jenkins, William Benjamin, II, 1905-09. 1523 Rockefeller Building, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Jenks, A(llan) M., IX, 1875-77. i Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Jenks, Barton P(ickering), IV, 1888-91. N. B. Durgin Co., Concord, N.H. 

Jenness, H(erbert) L(eon), VI, 1907-08. Electrical Engineer, Bay State 
Street Railway Co., 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Jenney, A(lexander) S(toddard), IV, 1881-82. 50 Bromfield St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Jenney, Walter, ill, '77. Vice-President, Jenney Manufacturing Co., 
Petroleum Refiners, 8 India St., Boston, Mass. 

Jenny, Warren, II, 1890-92. Chief Clerk, Washoe Reduction Works, Ana- 
conda, Mont. 

Jennings, Alfred C(happell), XIII, 1897-98. Draughtsman, New York Ship- 
building Co., Camden, N.J. 

Jennings, Arthur Cook, 1893-94- 

Jennings, A(rthtxr) L(ewis), II, '97. Treasurer, Russell Jennings Manufac- 
turing Co., Chester, Conn. 

Jennings, L(evi) B(rown), I, 1896-99. Consulting Decorator, 150 Boylston 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Jennings, Oliver S(aunders), A.B.,VI, '08. With the Westinghouse Electric 
& Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Jennings, Walter U(pham), 1, 1896-97. The Roycrofters, East Aurora, N.Y. 

Jensen, Hans P(eter), I, '99. Civil Engineer, 64 Laflin St., Chicago, 111. 

Jenson, Joseph, ll, 1891-94. 

Jerden, Carl Gustave, ll, ill, 1904-08. 

Jewett, A(rthur) C(rawford), II, '01. Professor of Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, University of Maine, Orono, Me. 

Jewett, Charles K., 1866-67. 

Jewett, Edward, 1882-83. 

Jewett, Frank B(aldwin), A.B., Ph.D., VI, 1902-03. Electrical Engineer, with 
American Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Jewett, Frederick Cart, I, VI, 1907-09. .28 Salem St., Andover, Mass. 

Jewett, Kenneth DuB(ois), II, 1899-03. Manufacturer of Waterproofing, 
Navaj ho Waterproofing Co., 50 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Jewett, Stanley P., 1871-72- Consulting Engineer, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Jewett, T(homas) E(dward), I, '05. Vice-President, H. L. Stevens & Co., 
Houston, Texas. 

Jewett, William P., II, '73- Died January 4, 1884. 

Jillson, Douglas C(onde), II, 1897-98. 1424 N. Delaware St., Indianapolis, 
Ind. 
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226 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Jiminez, Francisco Sancho, V, 1908-09. Caitago, Costa Rica. 

Johansson, F(rederick) V(ictor) (Emanuel), VI, 1901-03, i904-<)5- Superin- 
tendent of Equipment, Fitchburg and Leominster Street Railway Co., 
96 Boutelle St., Leominster, Mass. 

Johnson, Archibald, 1879-80. 

Johnson, Arthur Albert, A.B., I, 1896-97. 209 Downey Ave., Indianapolis, 
Ind. 

Johnson, Benj(aniin) R(obert), A.B., LL.b., m.P.L., it, 1897-98. Patent Law- 
yer, Robertson & Johnson, 605 Seventh St., Washington, D.C. 

Johnson, Bert D(ay), A.B., x, 1904-06. 1926 I St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 

Johnson, B(ertrand) H(aley), iv, 1894-96. Superintendent, Geo. V. Cresson 
Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Johnson, Bertrand L(eroy), m, '05. Assistant Geologist, U.S. Geological 
Survey, Washington, D.C. 

Johnson, Mrs. B. F. (Fenelossa, Brenda), IV, 1904-05. Riverbank Court 
Hotel, Cambridge, Mass. 

Johnson, Carl F(rancis), II, '01. Manager, New York and Boston Offices, 
Johnson Service Co., 123 E. 27th St., New York, N.Y. 

Johnson, Charles, A.M., I, 1895-96. Assistant Engineer, New Orleans Sew- 
erage and Water Board, 7925 Sycamore St., New Orleans, La. 

Johnson, Charles Adolph, 1905-06. Architect, with Donn Barber, 25 E. 
26th St., New York, N.Y. 

Johnson, Charles A(mos), 1887-88. 

Johnson, Charles B(erkeley), 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1878-79- 

Johnson, Cha(rle)s C(haplin), X, '00. Fruit Rancher, Kelowna, B.C. 

Johnson, C(harles) E(dward), II, 1902-06. With Riter-Conley Manufac- 
turing Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Johnson, Charles Harmany, C.E., Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1891-92. 

Johnson, Charles H(enry), II, X, 1901-03. Special Agent, New England 
Mutual Life Insurance Co., 176 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Johnson, Charles H(erbert), I. '94- Superintendent and Foreman, Public 
Works Department, U.S. Naval Station, Guantanamo, Cuba. 

Johnson, C(leon) R(upert), X, 'n. Department of Efficiency and Welfare, 
The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. 

Johnson, Cyrus Fisher, IV, 1892-93- 

Johnson, D(aniel) S(tewart), ill, '00. President and Manager, Goldfield 
Blue Bell Mining Company, P.O. Box 992, Goldfield, Nev. 

Johnson, Edward, I, '99. Of Johnson & Lindley, Civil Engineers, 800 
Central Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Johnson, Emily, 1876-77. Melrose, Mass. 

Johnson, Ernest Conover, vi, 1893-95- 

Johnson, Flora Augusta, IV, 1906-10. See Mann, Mrs. R. H. 

Johnson, Frank, I, '03. 

Johnson, Frank FCisk), ill, 1880-82. President, First National Bank, Wal- 
lace, Idaho. 

Johnson, Fred J., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts, 

Johnson, George H., 1866-67. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 227 

Johnson, Harry G(eorge), V, '99- P.O. Box 5077, Boston, Mass. 

Johnson, H(enry) H(erbert), B.S., I, 1891-92. U.S. Indian Agent, Cushman 
Trades School, Tacoma, Wash. 

Johnson, Henry Lewis, II, 1888-90. Editor, 336 Metropolitan Ave., Roslin- 
dale, Mass. 

Johnson, Henry R(ussell), I, 1902-03. 

Johnson, Herbert E((iward), VI, '94. 

Johnson, Horace, V, 1897-00. Supervising Chemist, for C. Brewer & Co., 
Hilo, Hawaii. 

Johnson, Howard Morris, 1904-05. 

Johnson, James F(rancis), II, 'n. Director, Mechanical Drawing and 
Manual Training Department, State Normal School, New Paltz, N.Y. 

Johnson, James W(illiam), I, '82. Chief Deputy City Engineer, 912 
Westlake Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Johnson, J(esse) F(olsom), X, '92. Director, Mount Royal Realities, 
Limited, 135 Board of Trade Building, Montreal, Quebec. 

Johnson, John E(dward), I, 1906-07. 

Johnson, Joseph W(arren), ll, '06. With Engineering Department, The 
American Agricultural Chemical Co., 92 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Johnson, Mrs. Josephine F., 1896-97. 393 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Johnson, Lane, II, '99. With American Rolling Mill Co., Middletown, 
Ohio. 

Johnson, Lewis E(lisha), II, '89. Assistant to Superintendent, Bridge De- 
partment, Pennsylvania Steel Co., Steelton, Pa. 

Johnson, Lewis H(owes), VI, '09. Telephone Engineer, with the Western 
Electric Co., 463 West St., New York, N.Y. 

Johnson, Macmillan Houston, Jr., IV, 1906-07. 510 N. Meridian St., Brazil, 
Ind. 

Johnson, N(att) M(adison), I, '04. Civil Engineer, Isthmian Canal Com- 
mission, Gatun, Canal Zone. 

Johnson, Otto A(lfred), IV, 1905-07. 2 Wilson Ave., Dedham, Mass. 

Johnson, Paul B(eckman), VI, 1907-08. Mill Engineering, with F. W. 
Dean, Incorporated, Room 1112, 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Johnson, Paul F(ranklin), II, '98. Secretary and Treasurer, with the John- 
son Service Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Johnson, Reginald D(avis), A.B., IV, '10. With R. D. Farquhar, Architect, 
Security Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Johnson, Walter L., 1867-69. 

Johnson, William Arthur, III, XII, 1890-92. 

Johnson, William H(enry), 1886-87. i Berkeley Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 

Johnson, William Pierce, A.B., v, 1880-81. 

Johnson, William S(tone), I, '89. Sanitary and Hydraulic Engineer, loi 
Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Johnson, Williams Stone, 1885-86. 

Johnson, W(illia)m T(rimble), II, 1903-04. Scientific Assistant in Dairy 
Bacteriology, with Research Laboratories, Dairy Division, Department 
of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 



228 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Johnston, A(lbert) W., I, 1869-73. General Manager, New York, Chi- 
cago & St. Louis Railroad, 424 Hickock Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Johnston, Cha(rle)s W(iswell), in, '05. Mining Engineer, Raven Copper 
Co., Butte, Mont. 

Johnston, C(larence) H(oward), IV, 1878-79. Architect, Capitol Bank Build- 
ing, St. Paul, Minn. 

Johnston, Clarence L.j 1878-79. 

Johnston, C(yrus) Thurston, VI, '09. Engineer, with the Hanley-Casey Co., 
410 W. Ohio St., Chicago, 111. 

Johnston, John F(rederick), Jr., I, '07. 

Johnston, Morris L(eidy), 1890-91. 1636 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Johnston, Robert, x, 1892-95. Deceased. 

Johnston, W(illiam) Armour, Jr., Ph.B., Vin, 1906-08. With the S. S. White 
Dental Manufacturing Co., Prince Bay, New York, N.Y. 

Johnston, William A(tkinson), n, '92. Associate Professor of Mechanical 
Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Johnston, William H(ooper), ni, 1892-94. Brown-Marx Building, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Johonnot, John O (liver), 1876-79. With the New York Edison Co., Duane 
St., New York, N.Y. 

Jonas, Frank Beckham, 1885-86. 

Jones, Allen, Jr., B.S., n, 1907-08. Superintendent, Palmetto Cotton Mills, 
Columbia, S.C. 

Jones, Allen C(aldon), II, 1891-93. Manager and Proprietor, American 
House, Boston, Mass. 

Jones, Arthxir W(inslow), VI, '88. Commercial Manager, General Electric 
Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Jones, Barry H(ayes), VI, '09. With Engineering Department, American 
Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Jones, Bassett, Jr., VI, 1895-97. Consulting Electrical Engineer, i Madison 
Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Jones, Bayard F(ranklin), IV, 1888-90. Artist, 40 W. 28th St., New York, 
NY. 

Jones, Bradley, n, '10. 5464 Spring St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Jones, Byron Quinby, 1906^07. Lieutenant, U.S.A., Henrietta, N.Y. 

Jones, Clarence Leslie, II, 1906-09. Assistant Shop Engineer, American 
Locomotive Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Jones, Edward A(rchie), II, '87. President and Treasurer, E. D. Jones 
Sons & Co., P.O. Box 1623, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Jones, EUjah Richardson, 1895-96. 

Jones, Mrs. Eliot N. (Bowditch, Theodora), vn, 1898-99. Boston, Mass. 

Jones, Everett S(tarrj, IX, 1884 86. Headmaster, The Allen School, West 
Newton, Mass. 

Jones, Frederic A(lexander), I, '98. With the Boston and Albany Rail- 
road Co., Needham, Mass. 

Jones, Frederick H(ooper), V, 1894-99. Rochester, N.Y. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 229 

Jones, Geo(rge) B(ayard), LL.B., M.P.L., II, '05. Patent Attorney, 105 West 
Monroe St., Room 1621, Chicago, 111. 

Jones, Graham, A.B., iv, 1893-94. 

Jones, Grandville R(eynard), C.E., XI. '07. Chief Chemist and Assistant 
Superintendent, Aqueduct Filtration Plant, Washington, D.C. 

Jones, Harold W(ellington), M.D., VII, 1894-97. Captain, U.S.A., Jackson 
Barracks, New Orleans, La. 

Jones, Harry W(ild), A.B., IV, 1880-82. Architect, 923 Lumber Exchange 
Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Jones, Howard K(ingsley), IV, '96. With Alden & Harlow, Architects, 
2403 Farmers Bank Building, Pitt.sburgh, Pa. 

Jones, Isaiah Tobey, Jr., ll, xi, 1894-95. 

Jones, John L(arrabee), VI, '03. 914 Rogers Place, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Jones, John W(illia)m, VI, 1890-93. Needham, Mass. 

Jones, J(oseph) Russell, III, '03. With Engineering Department, Chi- 
cago Telephone Co., 230 West Washington St., Chicago, 111. 

Jones, Mary Elizabeth, A.B., VII, 1880-81, 1882-85. Physician, 8 James St., 
Station A, Boston, Mass. 

Jones, Maurice Trimble, Jr., X, '08. Died May 25, 1910. 

Jones, Milton F(rank), V, 1890-94. Insurance Engineer, 71 Kilby St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Jones, Rajmiond L(eston), III, '10. With the Tennessee Copper Co., Buck- 
town, Tenn. 

Jones, R(eginald) L(amont), VI, '09, VI, S.M., '10. Eng.D., 'n. Electrical 
Engineer, The Western Electric Co., 463 West St., New York, N.Y. 

Jones, Robert D., A.B., VI, 1905-06. Capeville, Texas. 

Jones, Samuel Fosdick, VIl, 1894-98. Physician, Knights of Columbus 
Building, 1405 Glenarm St., Denver, Colo. 

Jones, Samuel P., 1870-71. 

Jones, Samuel Percy, M.Sc, ill, 1905-06. 226 West Peachtree St., Atlanta, 
Ga. 

Jones, Stephen E(dward), Jr., II, 1889-91. Deceased. 

Jones, S(ullivan) W(illiams), IV, 1896-97. 63 William St., New York, N.Y. 

Jones, Theodore, 1882-85. Merchant, with Jones, McDuffee & Stratton 
Co., 33 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 

Jones, T(heodore) I(nslee), VI, '96. General Sales Agent, Edison Electric 
Illuminating Co. of Brooklyn, 360 Pearl St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Jones, Wesley T(illey), II, 'u. Draughtsman, Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va. 

Jones, Whitney Blake, v, 1907-09. 

Jones, William Francis, III, 1905-08. Fairfax, Wash. 

Jones, William H(enry), II, '09. Instructor, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Jordan, Charles Ranlett, 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. M.I.T., 1881-83. 

Jordan, Edwin O(akes), Ph.D., VII, '88. Professor of Bacteriology, Uni- 
versity of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Jordan, H(arry) W(arren), v, '91. Manager, Calcium Chloride Depart- 
ment, Solvay Process Co., Syracuse, N.Y. 



2^0 Massachusetts institute oe technology 

Jordan, Ralph C(urtis), II, 1899-01,1903-04. P.O. Box 118, Columbus, Ga. 
Jordan, Robert R(ishworth), II, 1899-05. Hotel Proprietor, Scarboro, Me. 
Jordan, W(illiani) F(rederick), I, '86. Manager, Grand Central Terminal 

Improvement, 516 Lexington Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Joseph, J(esse) S(trassburger), II, '03. Sales Agent, Union Bank Build- 
ing, Chicago, 111. 
Joslin, Belle H., 1878-79. 

Joslin, G(arnett) A(lfred), III, '09. Mining Engineer, P.O. Box 102, Por- 
cupine, Ontario. 
Joslin, Gihnan B(iirt), XIII, '06. Surveyor and Draughtsman, Associated 

Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Joslin, Herbert Stratton, il, 1893-94- 

Josselyn, Edward Dole, Jr., 1901-02. Died November 15, 1904. 
Josselyn, H(enry) S., 1876 77- Architect, 222 South 3d St., Cedar Rapids, 

Iowa. 
Jouett, Henry D(etrick), I, '00. Designing Engineer, Electric Zone, New 

York Central & Hudson River Railroad, Room 5626, Grand Central 

Terminal, New York, N.Y. 
Joy, C(harles) Fred(erick), Jr., I, '10. 61 Shurtleff St., Chelsea, Mass. 
Joy, H(arry) W(iggin), 1889-90. Cashier, Curtis & Yale Co., 910-926 

Security Bank Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Joy, John Marston, 1887-88. 

Joyce, Arthur L(ee), II, 1902-03. 41 Hubbard Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 
Joyce, C(larence) M(ason), V, '03- Chemist, Arlington Co., Arlington, 

N.J. 
Joyce, Edith Kinsley, VII, 1892-93, 1894-95. 15 Gorham Ave., Brookline, 

Mass. 
Joyce, Herbert Perkins, V, 1910-11. 17 Wyman St., W. Medford, Mass. 
Joyce, Joseph L., 1886-87. With Boston Consolidated Gas Co., 24 West 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Judd, A(rthiir) C(urtis), XIII, 1906-07. General Manager, American Hahn 

Metal Packing Co., 410-416 East 32d St., New York, N.Y. 
Judd, M. Hubert, I, 'n. Civil Engineer, Construction Department, 

Southern Railroad, Dalton, Ga. 
Judkins, Charles A(lbro), 1867-70. 98 Oxford St., Somerville, Mass. 
Judkins, Fred B., 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Judson, Howard Campbell, II, 1898-02. 
Juengling, Karl F(rank), II, '06. 14213 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, Ohio. 

Kahn, Isa Wolfner, VI, 1902-06. Real Estate, with J. L. Kesner, 5 North 
Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Kahnweiler, Charles Francis, V, 1887-88. 

Kaiser, G(eorge) K(arl), VI, '04. Engineer, with the Crocker Wheeler Co., 
Ampere, N.J. 

Kalbach, Lee, ill, 1907-09. With Hubert Kalbach Co., Wholesale and Re- 
tail Hardware, Oskaloosa, Iowa. 

Kales, Francis Henry, IV, 1903-04, 1905-06. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 23 1 

Kales, W(illia)m R(obert), II, '92. \'ice- President and Engineer, White- 
head & Kales Iron Works, Detroit, Mich. 

Kalmus, H(erbert) T(homas), Ph.D., VIII, '04. Research Professor of Electro- 
chemistry, Queens University, Kingston, Ontario. Director of the 
Research Laboratories of Applied Electro-Chemistrj' for the Dominion 
Government Department of Mines, School of Mining, Kingston, Ont. 

Kaminski, Fuljan Adam, m, 1907-08. 57 Kaliska St., Piotrkow, Poland. 

Kane, Irving Patterson, B.S., XI, '10. Long Green, Md. 

Kane, J(anies) Allen, iv, '08. With Parker, Thomas & Rice, Architects, 
no State St., Boston, Mass. 

Kann, Ralph G., II, 1903-05. With Pennsylvania American Plate Glass 
Co., Alexandria, Ind. 

Karch, Ralph James, 190308. 710 Cumberland St., Lebanon, Pa. 

Kaman, W(arren) W(inchester), v, '08. Chemist, Sanitation Service, 
Government of Porto Rico, San Juan, Porto Rico. 

Kasson, C(harles) L(eBaron), VI, '06. Edison Electric Illuminating Co. 
of Boston, 39 Boylston St., Bo.ston, Mass. 

Kato, Godfrey Euziro, VI, 1890-92. Engineer in Chief, Suirijimusho, Kyoto, 
Japan. 

Katsura, Benzo, ill, XIV, 1909-10. Professor of Metallurgy, Imperial Tokyo 
University, Tokyo, Japan. 

Kattelle, Walter R(oby), IV, '00. Structural Engineer, Supervising Archi- 
tect's Office, U.S. Treasury Department, Washington, D.C. 

KaufEman, Milton H(enry), V, '91. Superintendent, Durango Plant, Ameri- 
can Smelting & Refining Co., Durango, Colo. 

Kauffman, William, IV, 1879-81. 800 Lewis Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Kaufman, A(braham) H(arold) E(dward), X, 'n. Chemist, Garner Print 
Works & Bleachery, Garnerville, N.Y. 

Kaufman, G(eorge) C(onrad), IV, 1885-88. General Manager, Mining Dept., 
American Smelting and Refining Co., 165 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Kaufman, Irvin H(ayes), ll, '98. Mechanical Engineer, with James Beggs 
& Company, 109 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. 

Kaufman, Lewis R(ogers), IV, '03. Architect, Shire & Kaufman, no East 
23d St., New York, N.Y. 

Keables, Austin D(ow), II, '09. . Mechanical Engineer, with John A. Stevens, 
Consulting and Construction Engineer, 107 MerrimacSt., Lowell, Mass. 

Keams, Daniel David, 1886^87. 

Kean, Alexander Livingston, IX, xil, 1884-88. Orange, N.J. 

Kearney, Stephen, I, II, 1902-04, 1906-08. City Engineer, Lowell, Mass. 

Kearney, Philip J(ohn), ll, '03, n, S.M., '04. New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad, Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 

Keating, William Edward, VI, 1887-89. 

Keay, H(erbert) O(restes), II, '00. Professor of Transportation, McGill 
University, Montreal, Quebec. 

Kebler, Julian A., I, '78. Died November 21, 1903. 

Kedy, Stiles F(raser), II, '08. Mechanical Engineer, with the Minetto 
Meriden Co., Minetto, N.Y, 



232 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Keefe, WCillia)!!! J(oseph), I, 1906-09. Draughtsman, Signal Department 
Boston & Albany Railroad, 207 South Station, Boston, Mass. 

Keeler, Warren I(rving), 1904-07. Of Davenport & Keeler, Industrial and 
Sanitary Chemists, P.O. Box 1000, New Britain, Conn. 

Keeling, T(homas) C(allender), VI, '07. Manager, Baton Rouge Electric 
Company, Baton Rouge, La. 

Keen, Walter T(homas), II, X, 1900-04. Draughtsman, with New York Cen- 
tral & Hudson River Railroad Co., 70 E. 45th St., New York, N.Y. 

Keen, W(illia)m H(erbert), V, '05. Assistant Metallurgist, Washington 
Steel & Ordnance Co., P.O. Box 812, Washington, D.C. 

Keenan, Joseph A(ugustine), II, '04. Instructor, Manual Training High 
School, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Keene, Arthur S(ainuel), IV, '98. Of Keene & Simpson, Architects, 514 
Reliance Building, Kansas City, Mo. 

Keene, Thomas M(eans), I, '91- Of Keene & Getman, Merchandise 
Brokers, 438 Lonja del Comercio, Havana, Cuba. 

Keene, Mrs. Thomas M. (Shankland, Edith Gwendoline), 1888 91. H St., 
Yedado, Havana, Cuba. 

Keene, W(illia)m Faitoute, I, '91. City Engineer (P.O. Box 56), Central 
Falls, R.I. 

Keeney, Robert M(ayro), E.Met., ill, 1905-07. Metallurgical Engineer, Pri- 
vate Practice. Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colo. 

Keep, Helen E(lizabeth), 1896-97. 753 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Keep, John H., Jr., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Kehew, Francis D(onaldson), ill, '03. General Foreman, Boston and Mon- 
tana Consolidated Copper & Silver Mining Co., Great Falls, Mont. 

Keisker, Frank H(enry), IV, '97. Architect, 614-616 Perry Building, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

Keith, Albert G(uy), IV, 1890-91. Hollingsworth & Whitney Co., Paper 
Manufacturers, 60 India St., Boston, Mass. 

Keith, Charles Russell, I, 1906-07. 

Keith, Edwin, n, 1900-03. Bridge water, Mass. 

Keith, Mrs. George H. (Fraser, Linda Susan), IV, '04. 11 Deering Road, 
Mattapan, Mass. 

Keith, Henry H(iram) W(heaton), XIII, '05- Instructor in Naval Archi- 
tecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Keith, Leigh S(helton), VI, '00. Managing Engineer, with McMeen & 
Miller, 1454-1458 Monadnock Block, Chicago, 111. 

Keith, Simeon C(urtis), Jr., VII, '93. Assistant Professor of Research in 
Bacteriology', Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Keith, William Henry, VI, '96. Died October 17, 1898. 

Keleher, A(ndrew) H(amilton), VI, '06. Illuminating Engineer, Holo- 
phane Co., 16 East 40th St., New York, N.Y. 

Keller, Dennie K(elley), LL.B., IX, '04. Lawyer, with Hawkins, Delafield 
& Longfellow, 20 Exchange PI., New York, N.Y. 

Kelley, Daniel Patrick Gerard, m, 1902-04. With Sewer Service, Public 
Works Department, 30 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 233 

Kelley, Edward Francis, II, 1905-10. 73 School St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Kelley, Ernest F., 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts. Bath, Me. 

Kelley, Frank A(ugustus) H(ayward), I, 1902-03. 63 Elm St., Stoneham, 
Mass. 

Kelley, Herbert Lloyd, iv, 1897-98. 

Kelley, Horace Alcinous, vi, 1894-97- 

Kelley, John Edmund, IV, 1908-10. 2 Winter Place, Maiden, Mass. 

Kelley, Mark Eldridge, I, 1904-09. Superintendent, with Aberthaw Con- 
struction Co., 65 Railroad Ave., North Andover, Mass. 

Kelley, Ralph D(udley), I, '06. Assistant Engineer, Missouri Pacific Rail- 
way Company, Missouri Pacific Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

Kelley, W(ill) G(host), VI, '01. With Commonwealth Edison Co., 28 No. 
Market St., Chicago, 111. 

Kelley, William, v, '98. Of Picard & Law, Analytical and Consulting 
Chemists, P.O. Box 1558, Atlanta, Ga. 

Kelley, Wingate, I, 1897-99. 87 Portland St., Haverhill, Mass. 

Kelling, Alfred Herman, V, 1902-04. 910 North Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Kellogg, Alfred G(alpin), IV, '09, IV, S.M., '10. 62 Greenough St., Brook- 
line, Mass. 

Kellogg, C(harles) W(etmore), Jr., II, '02, II, S.M., '03. Manager, El Paso 
Electric Railway Company, 704 Wilson Building, Dallas, Texas. 

Kellogg, F(ranklin) M(iner), VI, '98. With the Munson Steamship Line, 
82 Beaver St., New York, N.Y. 

Kellogg, James Wilford, A.B., M.A., V, 1906-07. Bacteriologist, State Labor- 
atory of Hygiene, Raleigh, N.C. 

Kellogg, Lansing Otterson, 1881-84. 1640 Vallejo St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Kellogg, Paul, IX, 'n. With Paper Department, Larkin Co., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Kellogg, Thomas Moore, 1883 84. Architect, of Rankin, Kellogg & Crane, 
1012 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Kelly, Edward F(rancis), II, '07. With Edison Co., 55 Duane St., New York, 
N.Y. 

Kelly, John F(rancis), IV, 1896-98. Architect, Post-ofifice Building, Pas- 
saic, N.J. 

Kelly, William J(ames), V, '09. Student, University of Leipsic, Haydn- 
strasse 7, R, Leipsic, Germany. 

Kelsey, James Hiram, 1888-89. 

Kemble, Parker Henry, XIII, 1894-95. Mechanical Engineer, 293 Marl- 
borough St., Boston, Mass. 

Kemble, Richard Law, 1883-84. 56 Pine St., New York, N.Y. 

Kemp, Frederick N., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Kemper, W(illia)m A(rthur), I, '04. Of the Butte Land & Investment Co., 
205 State Savings Bank Building, Butte, Mont. 

Kendall, Albert L(incoln), II, '94. Engineer and Special Inspector, Asso- 
ciated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Kendall, Albert Stearns, A.B., IV, 1905-07. Architect, Kendall, Taylor & Co., 
93 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 



234 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Kendall, Arthiir I(saac), Ph.D., vil, 'oo. Instructor, Department of Preven- 
tive Medicine & Hygiene, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. 

Kendall, Burton W(arren), vill, '06. Instructor in Physics, Columbia 
University, New York, X.Y. 

Kendall, Charles B(enjaminj, v, '87. 116 Waterman St., East Side Sta- 
tion, Providece, R.I. 

Kendall, Fay Brigham, vi, 1890-93- 39 Prospect Ave., Newtonville, Mass. 

Kendall, Francis H(owe), I, '90. Engineer for Middlesex County Commis- 
sioners, Court House, East Cambridge, Mass. 

Kendall, Mrs. Frances H. (Miller, Lilly), v, '92. Belmont, Mass. 

Kendall, Frank Winsor, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1893-95. 

Kendall, Frederick A(lbertj, IV, 1883-85. Architect, 315 Corcoran Build- 
ing, Washington, D.C. 

Kendall, Frederick M(orris), IV, 1894-96, 1897-98. Architect, 53 State St. 
Boston, Mass. 

Kendall, Fred P., 1877-78. 

Kendall, Harry C(ole), B.S., VI, '05. Instructor, University of Illinois, Ur- 
bana, 111. 

Kendall, H(arry) S(tillman), I, '04. 361 Chestnut St., Gardner, Mass. 

Kendall, Henry H., 1872-73- Architect, 93 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Kendall, Robert E(verett), V, '98. Head Chemist, with International 
Smokeless Powder & Chemical Company, Parlin, N.J. 

Kendall, Sewall J., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Kendall, W(illiajm Mitchell, 1876-78. Architect, McKim, Mead & White, 
160 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Kendall, William R(oy), VI, '92. Of Weeks & Kendall, Consulting Electri- 
cal Engineers, 605 New Nelson Building, Kansas City, Mo. 

Kendrick, George P., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Kendricken, Frank Alexander, 1892-93, Mechanic Arts and Drawing. 

Kendricker, Paul J., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., II, 1885-88. Died 
February' 20, 1902. 

Kenerson, Harry Vertner, Vl, 1905-06. 496 King St., London, Ontario. 

Kenison, Ervin, II, '93. Assistant Professor of Drawing and Descriptive 
Geometry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Kenisten, Carl Winthrop, III, XI, 1904-06. Plymouth, N.H. 

Keniston, James Augustus, VI, 1893-96. 

Kennard, Edward P., 1865-66. 74 St. Stephens St., Boston, Mass. 

Kennard, Richard Yale, ill, 1904-06. Clerk, Supervisors' Office, Pennsylva- 
nia Railroad, Buffalo Division, East Aurora, N.Y. 

Kennard, W(illia)m O(liver), VI, 1897-99. U.S. Navy Yard, Portsmouth, 
N.H. 

Kennard, William Parry, v, 1880-82. Died July 22, 1906. 

Kennedy, Charles Stephen Ljmch, '84, School of Mechanic Arts. Manufacturer, 
of Novelties, Kennedy Manufacturing Co., No. Easton, Mass. 

Keimedy, Edward. Student, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 

Kennedy, H. Anna, VII, 1902-03. 

Keimedy, Henry Hofifman, iv, 1902-04. 



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Kennedy, H(erbert) H(arley), VI, '01. Division Superintendent of Traffic, 
New York Telephone Co., Syracuse, N.Y. 

Kennedy, James Joseph, XI, 1907 08 43 Dartmouth St., Somerville, Mass. 

Kennedy, Mildred, VII, 1896-97. Rcadville, Mass. 

Kennedy, Patrick J(ames), Jr., II, '06. Of Kennedy, Carlisle & Co., 50 
Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Kennedy, Philip F(rancis), A.B., VI, '07. Assistant Engineer, City of 
Spokane, City Engineer's Office, City Hall, Spokane, Wash. 

Kennedy, Mrs. Richard H. (Gill, Clara E.), 1879-80. R.F.D. No. 5, Aurora, 
Ore. 

Kennedy, Ronald, VI, 1898-99- Of Wagner, Gage, Kennedy Co., loth and 
Folsom Sts., San Francisco, Cal. 

Kennedy, Roy Guthrie, II, 1902-04. With the Seneca Iron and Steel Co., 
Blasdell, N.Y. 

Kenney, C(arrie) Belle, V, '86. Teacher of Science, Quincy Mansion 
School, Wollaston, Mass. 

Kenney, C. Harry, 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Kenney, George Churchill, l, 1907-09, 1910-11. Engineer, Quebec & Sague- 
nay Railroad, Quebec, Canada. 

Kennicott, Harry A(dams), I, '90. Assistant Engineer, Wisconsin Bridge 
& Iron Co., 605 Colby-Abbot Building, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Kennison, Karl R(aymond), A.B., II, '08. Assistant Engineer, with J. R. 
Freeman, Grosvenor Building, Providence, R.I. 

Kenrick, Jeannie B(aldwin), VII, 1897-98, 1900-01. Teacher, Domestic Sci- 
ence, Newton Schools, Newton, Mass. 

Kent, Henry J(oseph), VI, 1903-04- 34 Elmont St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Kent, W(iUiam) A(lbert), I, '97. Captain, 2nd U.S. Infantry, Fort Leaven- 
worth, Kans. 

Kenway, Edward, 1, 1908-10. 85 Lombard St., Newton, Mass. 

Kenway, H(erbert) W(inthrop), 11, Xl, 1901-02, 1903-05- Solicitor of Patents 
for United Shoe Machinery Company, 512 Albany Building, Boston, 
Mass. 

Keough, William T(homas), II, '88. Business Agent, Boston School 
Committee, 168 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Kephart, Samuel A., VI, 1906-07. Captain Coast Artillery Corps, U.S.A., 
Fort Moultrie, Moultrieville, S.C. 

Kern, Harry Whitman, 1886-88. Real Estate Dealer, 179 West Washing- 
ton St., Room 710, Chicago, 111. 

Kern, Leroy E(skridge), A.B., IV, '02. Specification Writer, J. H. De Sibam, 
Architect, 1003 Hibbs Building, Washington, D.C. 

Kerr, Alice Getchell, VII, 1883-84. See Baer, Mrs. Richard P. 

Kerr, Andrew, VII, 1902-04. 312 Forrest St., Medford, Mass. 

Kerr, Charles Phillips, n, 'u. Railroad Apprentice, Pennsylvania Rail- 
road, care of General Superintendent of Motor Power, Altoona, Pa. 

Kerr, Norman Frederick, ill, vi, 1900-02. 

Kerr, Robert C(lark), VI, '09. Electrical Engineer, Sargent & Lundy, 
1720 Railway Exchange, Chicago, 111. 



236 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Kerr, William C(aruthers), X, '10. Chemist, Department of Tests, Balti- 
more & Ohio Railroad, Baltimore, Md. 

Kerr, "William Hall, II, 1880-83. Died 1895. 

Kershaw, George E(lliott), xni, 189^-02. Manager, Linde Air Products 
Co., 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Kershaw, William Ernest, V, 1904-05. 215 E. Penn St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ketcham, E. H., 1874-75- 

Ketcham, William Chapin, 1900-03. 

Kettell, George A., A.B., 1870-71. 

Key, H(oward) W(illiam), B.Lit., VI, '06. Sales Department, General Electric 
Co., Atlanta, Ga. 

Keyes, Eva B., A.B., iv, 1903-04. 120 Kent St., Oneonta, N.Y. 

Keyes, Frederick H(ale), II, '93. Consulting Engineer, 88 Broad St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Keyes, George Shepard, IX, 1888-90. 33 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Keyes, Hemy F(rancis), A.B., IV, 1901-04. Architect, 35 Congress St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Keyes, John M., 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts. Electrical Contractor, Con- 
cord, Mass. 

Keyes, R(obert) Eugene, II, '07. Assistant Salesman, B. F. Sturtevant 
Co., 423 Schofield Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Keys, Edward Allan, 1895-96. 

Keys, Harry M(ontifix), VI, '99. Fundamental Plan Engineer, Southern 
Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co., 78 So. Prj'or St., Atlanta, Ga. 

Keyser, E. W., IV, 1883-85. 

Kibbey, (John) Rinker, rv, '08, iv, S.M., '09. Architect, 750 Lincoln Park 
Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Kidder, Frank Eugene, B.C.E., IV, 1880-81. Died October 27, 1905. 

Kidder, James Hathaway, A.B., 1902-03. Of Francke & Kidder, 1 1 1 Broad- 
way, New York, N.Y. 

Kidder, James W(illiam), vi, '06. With Commercial Engineering Depart- 
ment, New England Tel. & Tel. Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Kiefaber, W(amer) H(arshnian), B.S., VI, 1905-06. Purchasing Agent, M. J. 
Gibbons Supply Co., Dayton, Ohio. 

Kieffer, Stephen E(phraim), I, 1903-04. Consulting Engineer, Mechanics 
Institute Building, San Francisco, Cal. 

Kiely, Edmund B(emard), VI, '10. Electrical Engineer, 13 St. Stephens 
Court, Lynn, Mass. 

Kilbom, Karl Bray, A.B., n, 'n. With Experimental Department, Goodyear 
Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. 

Kilbum, Ernest E(dwin), VI, '08. Secretary-Treasurer, Standard Engi- 
neering Co., 16 E. Main St., Waterbury, Conn. 

Kilbum, John Frederick, 1882-84. 

Kilby, John Quincy, iv, 1873-74- Author, 127 St. Botolph St., Boston, Mass. 

Kilham, Alfred C, n, '76. Insurance and Loans, Springfield, Mo. 

Kilham, Frances Rogers, XII, 1897-98, 1901-02. 8 Thorndike St., Beverly, 
Mass. 



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Kilham, W(alter) H(arrington), IV, '89. Kilham & Hopkins, Architects, 
9 Park St., Boston, Mass. 

Killam, James W(arren), I, '97. Assistant Engineer, Metropolitan Water 
and Sewerage Board, I Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Killilea, James J., 1887-88, School of Mechanic Arts. Died June 25, 1911. 

Killinger, John W., Jr., '86, School of Mechanic Arts. Metallurgist and Mining 
Engineer, 2914 Ellsworth St., Berkeley, Cal. 

Killion, Louis J(ohn), I, '05. Civil Engineer, with H. P. Converse & Co., 
88 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 

Killion, Thomas Stephen, m, 'n. Miner, with Boston and Montana 
Copper & Silver Mining Co., Butte, Mont. 

Kimball, Addle, VII, 1892-94- See Grant, Mrs. H. C. 

Kimball, Alfred Whitfield, V, 1899-03. Assistant Chemist, Lawrence Experi- 
ment Station, Island St., Lawrence, Mass. 

Kimball, Clarence L., IV, 1882-86. Master Mechanic, Tremont & Suffolk 
Mills, Lowell, Mass. 

Kimball, E(dward) R(ichard), Jr., n, 1890-91. Stock Broker, 10 Post-office 
Square, Boston, Mass. 

Kimball, E(.dwin) E(lliot), VI, '02. With Railway Traction Engineering 
Department, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Kimball, Elwell F(airfield), I, '98. Sub- Principal, English High School, 
Lynn, Mass. 

Kimball, FredL(ouis) H(olt), m, '99. Mining Engineer, Manila, P.L 

Kimball, Fred(eric) M(ason), VIII, 1881-83. Manager, Small Motor Depart- 
ment, General Electric Co., 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Kimball, George H., 1869-71. Consulting Engineer, 1332 Penobscot Build- 
ing, Detroit, Mich. 

Kimball, Harry W., n, 1883-87. Queen City Cotton Co., Burlington, 
Vt. 

Kimball, Henry R(aymond), VI, 1889-92. With H. S. Ferguson, Consulting 
Engineer, 200 Fifth Ave., New York City. 

Kimball, Herbert S(awyer), X, '91. Chemical Engineer and Mill Archi- 
tect, 46 Cornhill, Boston, Mass. 

Kimball, J(ames) L(eonard), VI, 1881-83, 1884-85- New England Agent, 
Ridgway Dynamo & Engine Co., 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Kimball, John, I, '07. With the Engineering Department, Hood Rubber 
Co., Watertown, Mass. 

Kimball, John McK., 1881-82. Died August 17, 1902. 

Kimball, J(oseph) H(arris), XI, '94- Designing Engineer, Commissioners 
of Sewerage, City of Louisville, 605 Equitable Bldg., Louisville, Ky. 

Kimball, L(emuel) C(ushing), Jr., A.B., VI, 1899-00. Clerk, Parkinson & 
Burr, 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Kimball, Ralph Elmore, I, 1898-99. 234 Chadwick St., Sewickley, Pa. 

Kimball, Richard Hazen, 1886-87. Died October 7, 1909. 

Kimball, Scott Prescott, VI, 1907-10. Paynes Creek, Cal. 

Kimball, Thomas Rogers, IV, 1884-87. 

Kimball, W. A., 1866-67- Died December 27, 1887. 



238 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Kimball, Walter E(verard), XIII, '98. With L. E. Kimball & Co., Manufac- 
turers, Special Interior House, Bank and Office Work, 49 Wareham 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Kimball, William A., ll, '73- Died December, 1887. 
KimbaU, William Francis, VI, 1902-04, 1905-07- Hotel Wadsworth, Boston, 

Mass. 
Kimball, W(illia)m H(ale), 1897-98. Civil Engineer, 712 Putnam Building, 

Davenport, la. 
Kimball, William N., 1878-79. School of Mechanic Arts. Agent, Manville Co., 

Woonsocket, R.I. 
Kimberley, Burton Russell, IV, 1905-07, 1908-09. 9725 Dennison Ave., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Kimberly, Albert E(lliott), V, '97. Sanitary Engineer, 824 Savings and 

Trust Building, Columbus, Ohio. 
Kimberly, James C(heney), 1890-91. Manufacturer, 163 Park Ave., Neenah, 

Wis. 
Kincaide, Martha Christie, V, 1900-01 . See Mackay, Mrs. John D. 
King, Carl, II, '04. Instructor, Wentworth Institute, Huntington Ave. and 

Ruggles St., Boston, Mass. 
King, Charles Alfred, vil, 1894-95. 
King, Edwin Ruthven, 1896-97, 1898-99. Director of Manual Training, 

Howland School House, New Bedford, Mass. 
Bang, Everett H(oward), V, 1899-01. Tewksbur>', Mass. 
King, Frank T., 1872-75- 26 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
King, Frederick J(ames), II, '09. Technical Engineer, with the Linde 

Air Products Co., 155 Chandler St., Buffalo, N.Y. 
King, George Glenn, rv, 1891-93. 1240 Marquette Bldg., Chicago, 111. 
King, George Ilgenfritz, II, m, 1889-91, 1896-97. 200 Brady St., Butler, Pa. 
King, Herbert G., B.S., 1873-75. Architect, 27 Buhl Block, Detroit, Mich. 
King, Lester H(azen), rv, '09, rv, S.M., '10. Architectural Draughtsman, 

with Davis & Brooks, Architects, 49 Pearl St., Hartford, Conn. 
King, Robert J(oshua), ill, '03. Chemical Engineer, Merrimac Chemical 

Co., No. Woburn, Mass. 
King, Thomas Cobb, A.B., ill, 1884-86. Deceased. 
King, Walter W(ellington), X, '10. Instructor in Physics, Massachusetts 

Institute of Technology', Boston, Mass. 
King, Warren D(udley), VI, '93. Manager, Peabody Electric Light Co., 

Peabody, Mass. 
King, W(illia)m B(raman), VI, '99. Patent Department, with United Shoe 

Machinery Co., 205 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 
King, William H(erbert), A.M., IX, '94. Assistant Corporation Counsel, 

City of New York, Hall of Records, New York, N.Y. 
Kingman, Edward Dyer, I, XIII, 1903-05. 55 Lincoln St., So. Framingham, 

Mass. 
Kingman, Louis Shelly, II, 1891-92. President, Kingman Plow Co., Peoria, III. 
Elingman, William A(lden), V, '00. Chemist, with the Dennison Manufac- 
turing Co., So. Framingham, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTEll ^3^ 

Kingsbury, Edmund Winchester, iv, 1881-83. Architect, Framingham, 

Mass. 
Kingsbury, Frederick Edward, i886-88. Died June 25, 1904. 
Kingsbury, F(rederick) J(ohn), 1882 83. President, Bridgeport Brass Co., 

Bridgeport, Conn. 
Kingsbury, Harold A(very), LL.B., X, '07. Member District Columbia 

Bar, Third Assistant Examiner, Division 36, U.S. Patent Office, 

Washington, D.C. 
Kingsbury, Henry Williston, V, 1880-81. President, The Stevens Coal 

Company of Pittston, Pa., 541 Monroe Ave., Scranton, Pa. 
Kingsbury, Mrs. Ivy Anna, Mechanical Drawing, 1896-97. 237 Park St., New- 
ton, Mass. 
Kingsbury, N(oah) J(ackson), I, 1898-99. Electrical Engineer, with Gen- 
eral Electric Co., P.O. 60x327, Schenectady, N.Y. 
Kinnear, J(ohn) C(harles), ill, '07. With the Steptoe Valley Smelting Co., 

McGill, Nev. 
Kinney, Charles Lewis, Jr., I, 189S-96. 
Kinney, Charles Noyes, v, 1892-94. Iowa State Chemist, Professor of 

Chemistry, Drake University, Des Moines, la. 
Kinney, George K., 1873 74- 
Kinney, Mark Curtis, iv, 1908 09, 1910-11. Architect, 136 W. 44th St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Kinnicutt, Leonard Parker, v, '75. Died February 6, 191 1. 
Kinsey, Oliver, 1872-73- Marble and Talc Producer, Kinsey, N.C. 
Kinsman, Arthur D(aniel), VIII, '89. Ipswich, Mass. 
Kinsman, Benjamin Franklin, A.B., 1866-68. 
Kinsman, Charles C(ollins), vi, '08. Representative of the Universal Draft 

Gear Attachment Co., 749 Railway Exchange, Chicago, 111. 
Kinsman, William A(bbot), II, '99. Superintendent, International Silver 

Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Kintner, Edwin G(raham) (Annapolis), XlllA, S.M., '08. Assistant Naval 

Constructor, U.S.N. , Post Office Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Kirby, Arthur C(ollins), 1902 03. 54 Ashland St., New Bedford, Mass. 
Kirby, Joseph B., 1869 70. 
Kirby, Walter B(radnee), IV, 1905-08. 502 Worcester St., Wellesley Hills, 

Mass. 
Kirk, Joseph, II, '77. Died July, 1886. 
Kirk, Robert H(orner), II, '94. Vice-President, Howland-Kirk Co., 

Industrial Engineers, 50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 
Kirkham, Guy, IV, 1883-86. Architect, Kirkham & Parlett, Carr Building, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Kirkpatrick, James L(mdsay), 1884-85. P.O. 60x248, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Kirkwood, Henry A(lexander), 1901-02. Togus, Me. 
Kite, Rebecca, VII, 1895-96, 1897-00, 1906 07. Teacher, West Roxbury High 

School, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Kittredge, George W(atson), I, '77. Chief Engineer, New York Central 

& Hudson River R.R. Co., Grand Central Terminal, New York, N.Y. 



240 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Kittredge, John W(oodman), II, '94. Civil and Mining Engineer, Earl 

Block, Boulder, Colo. 
Klahr, C(harles) D(ean), B.S., II, 'os. Farmer, Clarion, Pa. 
Klapacs, Victor Paul, VI, 1907-09. Student, Harvard Dental School, Boston, 

Mass. 
Kleinpell, "Walter Henry, 1891-92. 
Kleinschmidt, Frederick, vi, ix, 1892-95, 1896-97. 

Klieves, Archibald L(ee), IV, 1899-01. Architect, 1217 Chapline St., Wheel- 
ing, W.Va. 
Klipstein, Ernest Carl, IV, 1891-92, 1893-94. Architect, Klipstein & Rath- 

mann, 1 501-4 Chemical Building, St. Louis, Mo. 
Kloberg, Edward, I, 1905-08. 21 Park Row, New York, N.Y. 
Klyver, Albert Nielson, II, 1897-98. 

Knapp, C(harles) Henry, 1884-85. 61 Hawthorne St., Maiden, Mass. 
Knapp, Charles R(eay), IV, '94. Heyl & Patterson, Contracting Engineers, 

51 Water St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Knapp, F(rederick) B(radford), I, '79. Director, Eric Forest School, 

Duxbury, Mass. 
Knapp, G(eorge) F(rederick), v, '84. With E. N. Breitung & Co., 602 

Rockefeller Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Knapp, J(ames) Austin, ll, '75- 
Knapp, Willard Parsons, 1885-86. 
Knapp, William J(ared), II, '06. People's Gas Light & Coke Co., People's 

Gas Building, Chicago, 111. 
Krieeland, Samuel, Jr., 1869-70. Died 1876. 
Knight, E(dmund) O., M.E., II, 1870-72. Mechanical Engineer, with the 

Carnegie Steel Co., Clairton, Pa. 
Knight, Elliot W(alker), in. '03. Engineer, with the Compania Explota- 

dora Coahuilense, Parras, Coahuila, Mexico. 
Knight, Franklin, I, '90, Rector, St. Paul's Church, 475 Appleton St., 

Holyoke, Mass. 
Knight, G(eorge) H(orace), II, '97- Mechanical Engineer and Chief 

Draughtsman, New Haven Manufacturing Co., 99 Audubon St., 

New Haven, Conn. 
Knight, George "W(ashington), V, '00. Chemist, 641 Washington St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Knight, Joseph H(yde), LL.B., IX, '96. Of Snow & Knight, Lawyers, 50 

Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 
Knight, Ralph F(rank), VI, '07. Engineer, with the Corbin Motor Vehicle 

Corporation, New Britain, Conn. 
Knight, Thomas H(enry) H(ugh), A.B., 1899-00. Teacher, Girls' High 

School, Boston, Mass. 
Knights, Arthur Alphonsus, I, 1892-96. 10 India St., Boston, Mass. 
Knights, Charles Fox, I, II, 1898-01. Died June i, 1902. 
Knipp, Arthur R(ussell), A.B., VI, '09. Teacher, Physics Department, 

Canton Christian College, Honglok, Canton, China. 
Knott, Frank P., 1873-74. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 24I 

Knowles, AUeu H., Jr., 1872-75- Died February 2, 1907 

Knowles, Earle Forrest, 1901-02. 

Bjiowles, Howard Brabrook, v, 1907-08. Student, University of Vermont, 

Burlington, Vt. 
Knowles, Joseph Frank, 1871-75- Died November 8, 1909. 
Knowles, Morris, I, '91. Civil Engineer, Oliver Building, Pittsburgh, 

Pa. 
Knowlton, Cutler Dean, VI, 1900-04- Machine Designer, Boylston Manu- 
facturing Co., 251 A St., So. Boston, Mass. 
Knowlton, Warren F(rancis), II, 1887-89. Retired, 22 Eastern Ave., Lynn, 

Mass. 
Knowlton, W(illis) T(aylor), I, '93. Engineer of Sewers, Office of City 

Engineer, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Knox, George Alfred, ll, 1882-85. 

Knox, K(mg) H(arding), VI, '01. Farmer, Baton Rouge, La. 
Knox, Harry Gard (AnnapoUs), XiiIA, S.M., 'n. 61 Franklin St., Annapolis, 

Md. 
Knudsen, Augustus Francis, I, IX, 1887-92. Rancher, Knudsen Bros., 

Kekaha, Hawaii. 
Koch, Armand D(avid), IV, '92. Of H. C. Koch & Son, Architects, 1040 

Wells Building, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Koch, Carleton S(payth), v, '98. Manager, Fort Pitt Steel Casting Co., 

McKeesport, Pa. 
Koch, Cha(rle)s F(rederick), II, 1886-91. Harris Building, Seventh and Elm 

Sts., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Koch, Harry G(eorge), IV, '02. Engineer, H. C. Koch & Son, 1040 Wells 

Building, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Koehler, Walter Jager, v, '81. Died 1901. 
Kohr, Donald A(lexis), Ph.B., V, '01. Superintendent, Lowe Bros. Co., 

Dayton, Ohio. 
Kolatschevsky, A(ndre) T(heodorovitch), VI, '08. Telephone Engineer 

with N. C. Heisler & Co., Electro-Mechanical & Telephone Works, 

Griasnaia 12, St. Petersburg, Russia. 
Kollen, Edward Albert, X, 1906-07. 94 Brookline St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Komizo, Shegekitsu, Vll, 1909-10. 

Koppelman, William H(oward), A.B., I, '04. Contractor, 305 Keller Build- 
ing, Louisville, Ky. 
Koppitz, Carl George, VIII, 1905-07. 
Kotzschmar, H(ermann), Jr., II, '95. Chief Engineer, U.S. Revenue 

Cutter Service, Treasury Department, Room 142, Washington, D.C. 
Krafft, Alfred Julius, IV, 1905-07- Engineer, with J. E. Krafft & Sons, 

Architects and Engineers, Phelan Building, San Francisco, Cal. 
Krafift, Elmer Jerome, IV, 1905-07. Architect with J. E. Krafft & Sons, 

Architects and Engineers, Phelan Building, San Francisco, Cal. 
Kraft, Elmer Phillip, II, 1888-91- With Ajax Forge Co., Red Blufif, Cal. 
Krag, Frederic Schulyer, II, 1902-05. Mechanical Engineer with B. F. 

Sturtevant Co., 34 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

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^4^ MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Kramer, Edward Durst, 1893-94- 

Kramer, Emma Viola, IV, 1892-93. See Greenlaw, Mrs. F. M. 

Kramer, Henry, I, '06. Checker and Detailer, with the G. W. & F. Smith 
Iron Co., Gerard St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Kraus, Charles A(ugust), B.S., Ph.D., '08. Research Associate in Physical 
Chemistry', Massachusetts Institute of Technology', Boston, Mass. 

Kreissman, Charles, 1864-66. 

Kremer, W(aldemar) R(udolph), VI, S.M., '04. Mechanical and Refrig- 
erating Engineering with the Filter Manufacturing Co., Clinton St., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

Kreps, John E(ben), 1883-84. Superintendent, Union Rolling Mill Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Kriegsman, Eugene F(rederick), I, '05. Assistant Engineer, Sewer Con- 
struction, Board of Public Works, San Francisco, Cal. 

Kruckemeyer, Edward H(erman), IV, 1909-11. Architect, with Garber & 
Woodward, 907 Andrews Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Krucker, Frank G., 1884-85. 

Krueger, Mrs. C. R. (Culver, Llora Robinson), V, '02. 18 Rugby Road, 
Schenectady, N.Y. 

Kruse, Conrad Frederick, II, iv, 1895-97. 

Kruse, Robert Louis, X, 1899-02. Betts Bldg., Hyde Park, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Kudlich, Alfred Heinrich, II, 1900-01. 

Kudlich, Rudolph H(eimich), E.E., II, '07. Mechanical Engineer, with the 
Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co., Lansford, Pa. 

Kuehne, Hugo F(ranz), c.E., IV, '08. Adjunct Professor of Architecture, 
University of Texas, Austin, Texas. 

Kuki, Maru Takateru, VI, 1890-91. 

Kunhardt, L(ewis) H(enry), II, '89. Vice-President and Engineer, Boston 
Manufacturers Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Kurtzmann, Christian, I, IV, 1905-07. American Piano Company, 437 
Fifth Ave., New York N.Y. 

Kushlan, Max, VI, 'n. Electrical Draughtsman, Stone & Webster Engi- 
neering Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Kuttroff, Edwin, X, '98. With the Veronica Chemical Company, North 
Newark, N.J. 

Kwong, Hein Chow, 1880-81 . Died 1 889. 

Kwong, K(ing) Y(oung), 1880-81. Engineer in Chief, Imperial Peking 
Kalgan Railway, Peking, China. 

Kwong, Yung Chung, II, 1879-81. 

Kydd, John Afngusj, V, '08. Assistant Chemist, American Woolen Co., 

Riverside Worsted Mills, Providence, R.I. 
Kyle, Clinton Walker, II, 1906-10. With H. W. Wellington Co., 78 Chauncy 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Labbe, Antoine G(.ilbert), A.B., II, '07. Treasurer and Assistant Manager, 

Willamette Iron & Steel Company, Portland, Ore. 
Labouisse, John Peter, vi, 1889-93. 1423 First St., New Orleans, La. 



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Lacaff, F(lorian) L(eo), IV, 1896-98. Superintendent of Construction, 

Federal Buildings, 405 North Washington St., Nevada, Mo. 
Lacaillade, James O., V, 1894-95- 
Lacey, Frank Herbert, B.S., C.E., V, 1901-02. 
Lacknian, Herman W(illiam), II, '03. Secretary, the Herman Lackman 

Brewing Company, 819 West 6th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Lacount, H(enry) O(sgood), II, '94, VI, '95. Engineer and Assistant, Inspec- 
tion Department, Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 

31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Lacy, Rob(er)t5 A.B., I, '98. Engineer with the Maryland Dredging & Con- 
tracting Company, Utica, N.Y. 
Lacy, Volney Eli, XIII, 1897-98. Chief Engineer, James Cunningham Son 

& Co., 13 Canal St., Rochester, N.Y. 
Ladd, Caroline C, 1884-85. Ottumwa, la. 

Ladd, Frank Marvin, 1884-88. 832 Lafayette St., Denver, Colo. 
Ladd, Harry Abbot, 1888-89. Cashier, American Smelters Securities Co., 

Santa Barbara Unit, Santa Barbara, Chihuahua, Mexico. 
Ladd, William Jones, 1865-66. 311 Sears Building, Boston, Mass. 
LaFarge, Christopher Grant, IV, 1881-82. Architect, of LaFarge & Morris, 

25 Madison Sq., New York, N.Y. 
Lage, Antonio M(artins), VI, '02. With Lage Irmabs, Steamship Owners 

and Coal Merchants, 23 Rua de Hospicio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 
Lage, Frederico, III, 1902-03. Merchant, 17 Battery Place, New York, N.Y. 
Lage, Henry, II. 1900-01. 19 Rua de Hospicio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 
Lage, Jorge, II, '06. Marine Engineer, with Lage Bros., Shipbuilding and 

Repair Yard, P.O. Box 1032, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 
Lage, Renaud, xill, '03. Naval Architect, P.O. Box 1032, Rio de Janeiro, 

Brazil. 
Lahey, Michael Virgil, IV, 1893-94. Architect, 4207 College Ave., St. Louis, 

Mo. 
Laighton, F(lorence) M(arian), vil, 1890-93. Physician, 33 West 96th 

St., New York, N.Y. 
Laighton, Paul DeBlois, VII, IX, 1892-96. 22 W. 40th St., New York, N.Y. 
Laine, W(illia)m B(rewster), IV, 1897-99. Vice-President and General 

Manager, Frank B. Gilbreth (Incorporated), General Contractors, 

60 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Laing, Minerva Abigail, VII, 1896-98. Instructor in State Normal School, 

Hyannis, Mass. 
Laird, Walter S(teele), III, 1905-06. Care of W. M. Laird Co., 622 Liberty 

St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Laist, Theodore F., B.S., 1885-86. Architect, Monroe Building, Chicago, 

111. 
Lake, Florence, 1880-81. 
Lake, Harry Eleazer, l, '11. Efficiency Engineer, W. H. McElwain Co., 

348 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Lalley, William Hugh, I, XI, 1902-06. 1448 Park Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Lamar, Philip Rucker, M.E., V, 1902-03. 



244 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Lamb, Arthiir Becket, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., V, 1901-02, Professor of Chemistry, 
New York University, New York, N.Y. 

Lamb, Augustus C(lark), x, '97. With Sales Department American Writ- 
ing Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass. 

Lamb, Charles D., a.b., 1868-70. Died 1872. 

Lamb, Hemy W., 1870-71. Retired Manufacturer, 138 High St., Brookline, 
Mass. 

Lamb, John Edwin, ill. 1902-04. Spencer, Mass. 

Lamb, Sidney Rivers, n, 1901-04. 1065 Meriwether Ave., Memphis, Tenn. 

Lamb, William F(ranklin), VI, '93- Lumber Commission Merchant, 120 
Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Lambert, Frank DeForest, vil, 1895-97- 

Lambert, John Henry, VII, 1894-96. Physician, 202 Merrimack St., Lowell, 
Mass. 

Lambert, Mrs. John H. (Forrest, Mabel Flora), VII, '98. 70 Wanna- 
lancit St., Lowell, Mass. 

Lambert, Wallace C(orliss), I, '93. Gleasondale, Mass. 

Lambie, J(ames) M(cClurg), 11, '05. With the Findlay Clay Pot Co., 
Washington, Pa. 

Lambirth, Chester Buxton, II, 1904-05. Teacher, Manual Training, Hughes 
High School, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Lambirth, W(illia)m H(enry), Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1892-93. Super- 
visor of Manual Training, Department of Academic High Schools, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Lambom, Leebert L(loyd), B.S., V, '96. Lawyer and Real Estate Dealer, 
Congers, Rockland County, N.Y. 

Lament, Clarence R(onald), III, '08. With the Board of Fire Underwriters 
of the Pacific, 318 Security Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

LaMotte, Arthur, 1890-91. Demonstrator of Explosives, Technical Divi- 
sion, E. I. duPont de Nemours Powder Co., Wilmington, Del. 

Lamphier, Marcia Allen, VII, 1902-03. Teacher of History, English High 
School, Lynn, Mass. 

Lampie, A(braham) L., I, 1902-05. With Engineer Corps, Boston & Albany 
Railroad, South Station, Boston, Mass. 

Lamprey, Ernest Batchelder, v, 1892-94. 

Land, Emory Scott, B.A., m.A. (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '07. Assistant Naval 
Constructor, U.S.N., Navy Yard, Washington, D.C. 

Landauer, Harry, 1890-91. Merchant, Landauer & Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Lander, Mrs. Ruth E. (Chtirch, Ruth Ella), 1891-92, 1896-98. Died January 
27, 1904. 

Landers, Maurice B(irdsall), A.B., II, '05. Assistant Examiner, U.S. Patent 
Ofifice, Washington, D.C. 

Landis, George C, m, 1888-90. 

Landis, Harold Swindells, I, 1905-06. Engineering Department, Philadel- 
phia & Reading Railway Co., i No. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Landrus, George Washington, iii, 1900-01. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 245 

Lane, Benj(amin) Clarke, V, 1883-87. Director, The Allen-Lane Co., 
266 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Lane, Edward P(ercy), I, '98. Structural Engineer, Boston & Maine Rail- 
road, North Station, Boston, Mass. 

Lane, Frank G(eorge), II, '02. Mechanical Engineer, Republic Engineer- 
ing and Construction Co., 16 Pearl St., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Lane, Fred(eric) H(enry), II, '79- President, The Allen-Lane Co., 233 
Fourth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Lane, George H. Thomas, II, 1889-^3. Deceased. 

Lane, George Mason, II, 1893-95. Superintendent, Boscawen Mills, Pena- 
cook, N.H. 

Lane, Henry M., 1873-74- President, the Lane & Bodley Co., Iron Founders 
& Engine Builders, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Lane, Lucius Page, IX, '94. Died May 29, 1903. 

Lane, Spencer Bridgman, l, 1906 08, 1909-10. 1020 Center St., Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 

Lane, W(illia)m H(omer), VI, '92. Manager, The Perry, Buxton, Doane Co., 
173 Kennebec St., Portland, Me. 

Lane, William Thomas, II, 1898-01. Treasurer, Republic Engineering & 
Constructing Co., 16-18 Pearl St., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Laney, Leon Karl, ll, 1901-03. 

Lang, A(lfred) E(rnest), rv. '03. A. W. Lang & Co., Contractors & Builders, 
324 Bay State Building, Lawrence, Mass. 

Lang, Alfred George, B.S., II, ill, 1903-os. Superintendent, Standard 
Portland Cement Corporation, Napa Junction, Cal. 

Lang, Currier, I, '04. Civil Engineer, The Solvay Process Co., Detroit, 
Mich. 

Lang, Edward Clarence, vi, 1894-95- 

Lang, Harold L(ocke), VII, '10. Assistant in Inorganic Chemistry, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Langdon, George W., 1881-82, vSchool of Mechanic Arts. 

Lange, Arthur Harry, III, 1905-06. 

Lange, Frank John, VI, 1905-09. With Theodore Lange & Co., 257 Bridge 
St., Springfield, Mass. 

Lange, Theodore F(erdinand), I, '01. Assistant Engineer, New York Cen- 
tral & Hudson River Railroad, 516 Lexington Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Langenheim, F(rederick) E(llwood), 1, 1903-04- Assistant Engineer, Water 
Supply Commission of Pennsylvania, Box 648, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Langford, Grace, VIII, '00. Instructor in Physics, Barnard College, Col- 
umbia University, New York, N.Y. 

Langley, Arthur H(ooper), 1, 1899-00, 1901-04- Salesman, Langley Furniture 
Company, 144 South Main St., Waterbury, Conn. 

Langley, Martha Esther, 1892-93. 377 Cherry St., W. Newton, Mass. 

Langworthy, Frank H(erbert), II, 1901-03. Clerk in U.S. Post-office, 
Lynn, Mass- - 

Lanigan, Ja(me)s Francis, Jr., I, 1890-92. Emerson Manufacturing Co., 
Lawrence, Mass. 



246 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Lansingh, V(an) R(ensselaer), VI, '98. General Manager, Holophane 
Company, 16-18 East 40th St., New York, N.Y. 

Larcombe, John Southey, Jr., 1896-97- 

Large, "Walter, 1875-77. Lawyer, 15 William St., New York, N.Y. 

Larkin, Thomas, l, 'u. 1413 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 

Lamed, John Insley Blair, I, ll, 1905-08. Lake Forrest, 111. 

Lamed, William S., 1874-75. 

LaRose, Anthrine Watson, IV, 1885-88. 57 Bensen Bldg., Albany, N.Y. 

LaRose, Charles Rancom, iv, 1886-88. Manager, National Aniline & 
Chemical Co., 28 North Main St., Providence, R.L 

Larrabee, Harold D (avis), VI, '02. General Manager, Consolidated Light- 
ing Co., Vermont Power & Lighting Co., Montpelier, Vt. 

Larrabee, Herbert Pelham, vi, 1907-09. Civil Engineer, McKenzie & Mann 
(Canadian Northern Railway), Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. 

Larrabee, John Heber, l, '00. Draughtsman, Hydrographic Office, U.S. 
Navy Department, 310 Mills Building, Washington, D.C. 

Lary, Stanley C, 1903-04- Cohasset, Mass. 

Lasher, Clarence Emmett, VI, 1902-05. Business Manager, Milford Gas 
Light Co., and Milford Electric Light & Power Co., Milford, Mass. 

Lasnier, Gilberto C, A.B., Vl, 1905-09. 276 Andes St., Montevideo, Uru- 
guay, So. America. 

Latey, Harry N(elson), VI, '93. Consulting Engineer, Latey & Slater, 
100 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Latham, B(emard) W(ilson), II, '03- Assistant Engineer, New York Cen- 
tral & Hudson River Railroad, Grand Central Terminal, New York 
N.Y. 

Latham, H(arry) M(ilton), II, '93- Mechanical Engineer, with B. F. 
Sturtevant, Hyde Park, Mass. 

Lathrop, F(red) Haskins, l, 1895-99. Rancher, Watson, Ore. 

Lathrop, Walter Harrington, B.S., II, 1904-05. Manufacturer of Gasoline 
Engines, J. W^ Lathrop Co., Mystic, Conn. 

Lathrope, Thomas Ridgway, Ph.B., VII, 1909-11- Chemist, State Board of 
Health, Middletown, Conn. 

Latimer, Rob(er)t C(athcart), B.A., 11, '09. Draughtsman, with the Ambur- 
sen Hydraulic Construction Co., 88 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Latrobe, Gamble, 1883-84. General Agent and Superintendent, Pennsyl- 
vania Railroad, Union Station, Baltimore, Md. 

Latshaw, William Herbert Morse, V, 1898-02. Deceased. 

Latta, Louis Melyne, IX, 1885-88. With Diamond Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. 

Lauder, Geo(rge) B(urns), VI, '89. Manager, Dux Toy Co., Concord, N.H. 

Lauffer, Ra3rmond Abner, VI, 1901-02. Died November 5, 1902. 

Lauriat, Anselm Augustus, 1880-82. Medford, Mass. 

Laurson, Philip G(ustave), B.S., I, '10. With the American Bridge Co. of 
New York, 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Lautz, Martin W., I, 1907-08. Civil Engineer, with F. K. Wing, 910 White 
Building, Buffalo, N.Y. 

Lavalle, John, IV, 1883-85. Architect, 7 Water St., Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 247 

Lavery, George L., 1872-73- With American Bank Equipment Co., 900 
Tribune Building, Chicago, 111. 

Lawler, G(eorge) S(herriffs), VI, '97- Electrical Engineer, Associated 
Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Lawley, Arthur Crosbie, II, 1893-97. 60 N. St., So. Boston, Mass. 

Lawley, Frederick Damon, XIII, 1896-97. Neponset, Mass. 

Lawrence, Amos Amory, A.B., IV, 1896-99. 61 Commonwealth Ave., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Lawrence, Arthur Warner, 1901-02. Traveling Salesman, W. H. McElwain 
Co., 348 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Lawrence, Beardsley, l, 1907-09. Civil Engineer, Metropolitan Water 
& Sewerage Board, i Ashburton PL, Boston, Mass. 

Lawrence, Charles E(dward), B.A., VI, '96. Sales Manager, Massachusetts 
Fan Company, 50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Lawrence, Charles McKelvie, Vl, 1891-92. 11 Myrtle St., Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. 

Lawrence, Earl Effingham, v, 1894-95- 

Lawrence, Edmund Kent, A.B., I, 1903-07. 6 W. Saratoga St., Baltimore, 
Md. • 

Lawrence, Ellis Fuller, IV, '01, IV, S.M., '02. Architect, 1021 Chamber of 
Commerce Building, Portland, Ore. 

Lawrence, George L(eonard), Jr., I, '09. With W. H. McElwain Co., 
348 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Lawrence, Herbert Everett, IV, 1895-98. 225 5th Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Lawrence, John McCalltun, II, '86. Died January 18, 1893. 

Lawrence, James Walter, '79, School of Mechanic Arts. Professor of Mechan- 
ical Engineering, State Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Colo. 

Lawrence, Mrs. L. B. (Heath, Aurora Alice), VII, 1899-00. Northborough, 
Mass. 

Lawrence, Lewis M(orse), IV, '00. Architect, 76 Lake Ave., Melrose, Mass. 

Lawrence, Percy Farnham, X, 1893-95. Died December 21,1 895. 

Lawrence, Ralph Chester, lll, 1902-03. 122 Day St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Lawrence, Ralph R(estieaux), VI, '95. Associate Professor of Electrical 
Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Lawrence, Waldron Gustine, XIII, 1902-05. Assistant Engineer, Associated 
Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Lawrence, Warrington Gillett, V, 1883-85. 225 5th Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Lawrence, W(illia)m H(enry), IV, '91. Professor of Architectural Engi- 
neering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Lawrie, Andrew D., A.B., 1873-74- Williamstown, Mass. 

Laws, E(ugene) H(iram), V, '96. With Ohio and Colorado Smelting & 
Refining Company, Salida, Colo. 

Laws, F(rank) A(rthur), VI, '89. Associate Professor of Electrical Test- 
ing, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Laws, J(ames) Bradford, IX, '01. James H. Laws & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Lawson, Charles S(helley), S.M., VI, '02. Electrical Engineer, with the 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



248 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Lawson, George Park, III, 1891-95. With AUman Gas Engine & Machine 

Co., 461 Canal St., New York, N.Y. 
Lawton, C(harles) F(ollen), I, '77. Superintendent of Streets and Sewers, 

City of New Bedford, Mass. 
Lawton, Herbert L. B., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. U.S. Customs In- 
spector, Custom House, Boston, Mass. 
Lawton, Joseph T(homas), Jr., II, '07. Contract Clerk, with Joseph 

Thomas & Son, 818 Leadenhall St., Baltimore, Md. 
Lawton, Mark A(nthony), V, 1880-81. Treasurer, Andrew J. Morse & Son, 

Incorporated, 221 High St., Boston, Mass. 
Lawton, Richard M(ack), I, '03. Assistant Engineer, New York Central 

& Hudson River Railroad, Grand Central Station, New York, N.Y. 
Lawton, St. Joseph Allison, IV, 1891-92. Cotton Planter and Dairyman, 

43 So. Battery, Charleston, S.C. 
Lawton, Stanley Herbert, V, '11. Research Associate in Applied Chemis- 
try, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Lawton, W(illia)m H(enry), 1874-76. City Engineer, 24 Bellevue Ave., 

Newport, R.I. 
Layne, Charles Howard, ll, 1895-96. 
Lazenby, Paul H(elme), I, '09. Engineer, with C. H. Bennett, Architect 

of City Plans, 1800 Railway Exchange, Chicago, 111. 
Leach, Albert Ernest, II, '86. Died August 22, 1910. 
Leach, Edward F. S., 1883-84. School of Mechanic Arts. 
Leach, George Henry, rv, 1896-97. Manager, Credits and Sales, George 

E. Keith Co., Campello, Mass. 
Leach, Henry L., 1872-73. 
Leach, Lucius M., 1873-74. 

Leach, Robert H(owland), ill, '00. Mining Engineer, 58 Main St., Brock- 
ton, Mass. 
Leach, William H(enry), Jr., II, '97. 7 Peabody St., Newton, Mass. 
Leadbetter, Florence Eugenie, V, 1895-97. Teacher, Roxbury High School, 

Roxbury, Mass. 
Leao, Pedro de Souza, l, VI, 1907-09. With Madeira Mamoria Railway 

Co., Rua Isabel No. 45, Manaos, Brazil. 
Learnard, H(arrington) D(eWitt), 11, 1896-98. Manager, Seth W. Fuller 

Co., Electrical Contractors, 100 Bedford St., Boston, Mass. 
Learned, Edward, 1875-76. 3 Montrose St., Roxbury, Mass. 
Learned, Ernest F(reeman), VI, '97. 33 Irving St., Watertown, Mass. 
Learned, Francis M., 1872-76. Trustee (retired), 212 Columbus Ave., 

Boston, Mass. 
Learned, Willis Lathrop, V, 1894-97. Civil Engineer, East Braintree, Mass. 
Leary, Mrs. (Gushing, Adelaide Olga), M.D., VII, 1895-96. Physician, Tufts 

Medical School, Boston, Mass. 
Leary, Arthur Francis, XI, '11. With Hurley-Mason Co., Board of Trade 

Building, Portland, Ore. 
Leary, C(harles) A(rthur), II, 1896-99, 1900-or. Engineer, Commission of 

Public Works, Peabody, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 249 

Leary, Denis Gerald, 11, vi, 1899-00. 254 Central St., Springfield, Mass. 

Leary, James Francis, Mechanic Arts, 1894-96. Teacher, Manual Training, 
Worcester, Mass. 

Leary, John F(rancis), II, 1901-06. Salesman with C. Leary & Co., Car- 
bonated Beverages, 120 Merrimac St., Newburyport, Mass. 

Leary, Thomas Francis, 1902-03. 25 Park Ave., So. Weymouth, Mass. 

Leary, William Gardner, VI, 1892-96. 

Leatherbee, Albert Thompson, 1896-97. P.O. Box 125, Hillsboro, N.Mex. 

Leatherbee, Cha(rle)s W., 1870 71. In Lumber Business, 70 Kilby St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Leathers, William Halley, B.S„ VI, 1901-02. Manager, Central Roller Mills 
Co., Ida Grove, la. 

Leavell, John H(olland), ill, '07. Mining Engineer, Newhouse Building, 
Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Leavens, Kenneth, I, 1906-07. With Compania de Tranvias de Mexico, 
Apartado 124 Bis, Mexico, D.F., Mexico. 

Leavitt, Augustus Scamman, 1, 1899-01. 

Leavitt, Charles E(van), XIll, '05. 32 Broad St., Weymouth, Mass. 

Leavitt, Frank M., 1886-87, School of Mechanic Arts. Associate Professor of 
Industrial Education, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Leavitt, Henry Foss, I, 1895-98. Electrical Engineer, United Illuminating 
Co., New Haven, Conn. 

Leavitt, Phil Amos, D.M.D., 1899-02. Dentist, 337 Butler Exchange, Provi- 
dence, R.I. 

LeBaron, F(rederic) N(elson), IV, '97. Of Jones LeBaron Prism Co., 
143 Marion St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Lebenbaum, Fred Charles, IV, 1904-06. Architect, of Lebenbaum & Marx, 
1508 Chicago Savings Bank Building, Chicago, 111. 

Leber, Edward, iv, 1891-93. Of Hamme & Leber, Architects, 42 West Mar- 
ket St., York, Pa. 

LeBosquet, John Elliott, II, 1897-98. Vice-President and Manager, Choctaw, 
New Castle & Western Railroad Co., McAlester, Okla. 

LeBosquet, M(aurice), V, '95. Director, American School of Home Eco- 
nomics, 506 West 69th St., Chicago, 111. 

Ledwith, Joseph M., 1887-88, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Lee, Alec Wilkins, VI, 1893-94. 

Lee, Alice Teribia, VII, 1899-00. Principal, Lyon Street School, Lowell, Mass. 

Lee, Charles Tennant, 1864-66. Died August, 1907. 

Lee, Edward G(uild), I, '07. Hydraulic Engineer, with Sawyer & Moul- 
ton, Engineers, 120 Exchange St., Portland, Me. 

Lee, Elisha, I, '92. Assistant to General Manager, Pennsylvania Rail- 
road, Broad Street Station, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lee, Francis W., 1872-73- Banker, 36 Temple Place, Boston, Mass. 

Lee, Mrs. F. W. (Lewis, Marion L(incobi), iv, '96. 63 Peter Parley 
Road, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Lee, George S(trickland), I, '88. Blake, Lee Co., 4 Chatham Row, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 



250 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Lee, Henry, i86()-7i. Died 1870. 

Lee, John Clarke, 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., V, 1884-88. Engi- 
neer, 60 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Lee, John Josiah, I, VI, 1900-04. Bucksport, Mc. 

Lee, Lael Charles, v, 1906-07. 

Lee, Lasley, I, '10. Junior Engineer, Water Resources Branch, U.S. Geo- 
logical Survey, San Francisco, Cal. 

Lee, Lawrence Hargreave, Vl, 1899-03. Electrical Contractor, P.O. Box 
427, Raymond, Wash. 

Lee, Tsan-Chi, C.E., xi, 1904-05- 

Lee, Walter H(enry), IV. '98. Of Tietig & Lee, Architects, Lyric Building, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Lee, William Louis, VI, 1893-97. 319 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Lee, William Wilson, 1867-68. Died June 14, 191 1. 

Leeder, Charles William, VI, 1906-07. 21 Princeton Ave., Providence, R.L 

Leeds, Cha(rle)s T(ileston), I, '06. Captain, Corps of Engineers, U.S.A., 
U.S. Engineer's Office, 723 Central Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Leeds, Edmund I(ngersoll), IV, 1890-92. Of Brainerd & Leeds, Architects, 
89 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 

Leeming, Woodruff, IV, '91. Architect, 20 Broad St., New York, N.Y. 

Lees, George C(ooper), II, '08. Mechanical Engineer, with Treadwell 
Engineering Co., Easton, Pa. 

Leh, Harold Marcus, II, 1901-05. Sales Manager, The H. M. Leh Co., 
Real Estate Trust Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Leigh, Richard A., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Leighton, M(arshall) 0(ra), VII, '96. Chief Hydrographer, U.S. Geologi- 
cal Survey, Washington, D.C. 

Leiper, Geo(rge) Neville, ll, 1890-94. Gentleman Farmer, Plymouth 
Meeting, Pa. 

Leiper, James G(erhard), Jr., B.L., 11, '99. Attorney-at-Law, 607 Land Title 
Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Leitelt, Adolph, ll, 1879-80. Died April 24, 1906. 

Leitelt, Joseph, Mathematics, 1879-80. 

Leland, Mrs. (Gordon, Carrie G.), 1884-85. 

Leland, Henry Forrest, II, 1902-04. 

Leland, Joseph D., 1872-73- 

Leland, Louis Aaron, 1865-67- Died May 25, 1881. 

Leland, Waher S(wift), XIII, '96. Mechanical Engineer with San Fran- 
cisco Bridge Co., Monadnock Building, San Francisco, Cal. 

Leland, William E(mmons), II, '91. Consulting Engineer, 832 Merchants 
Exchange, San Francisco, Cal. 

Leman, W(illia)m T., 1869-73. Representative, Central Sales Division, The 
Texas Co., Room 905 McCormick Building, Chicago, 111. 

Lemner, Cecilia A(gnes), VII, 1902-03- Graduate Nurse, Hingham, Mass. 

LeMoyne, Charles, Mechanic Arts, 1894-95- Hagerman, Idaho. 

Lenfest, B(ertram) A(ugustus), Ph.D., Il, '90. Teacher, Manual Training 
High School, 237 Seventh Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER ^51 

Lennan, T(homas) F(rank), v, '99. Of Chapman & Lennan, Mine Opera- 
tors, P.O. Box 36, Webb City, Mo. 
Lenox, John E((iward), I, '09. Civil Engineer, with the Charles B. Maguire 

Co., 48 Custom House St., Providence, R.I. 
Lenth, George C(asper) D(oering), I, '03. Division Engineer, Board of 
Local Improvements, and Assistant Chief Engineer of Sewers, City 
of Chicago, 207 City Hall, Chicago, 111. 
LenZ, Charles Otto, 1888, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., 1888-89. 
Leonard, C(lifford) M(ilton), I, '00. President and Treasurer, Leonard 
Construction Co., Contractors. Canadian Leonard Construction 
Co., Ltd., McCormick Building, Chicago, 111. 
Leonard, Frederick M(eehan), I, '94. Civil Engineer, 64 Colberg Ave., 

Roslindale, Mass. 
Leonard, H(arry) Ward, II, '83. Inventor (retired from business). Bronx- 

ville, N.Y. 
Leonard, John Francis, S1904-05. Died October 30, 1904. 
Leonard, John Kelley, VI, 1898-03. 3 Webster Ave., AUston, Mass. 
Leonard, Louis Roussy, IV, 1893-94, 1897-99- 
Leonard, Owen L(ewis), V, '98. Vice-President and Sales Manager, The 

Adamant Brick Co., 518 McPhee Building, Denver, Colo. 
Leonard, William K., 1884-85. 

Leong, Yuen Foo, VI, 1905-06. Electrical Engineer, Tongshan, No. China. 
Leslie, Bernard S(hepard), II, '08. With the United Shoe Machinery 

Co., 205 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 
Leslie, Mrs. George F. (Raymond, Grace), 1901-02. 12 Winthrop St., No. 

Abington, Mass. 
LeSueur, Ernest A(rthur), VI, '90. General Manager, General Explosives 

Co., Limited, Ottawa, Ontario. 
Letton, Harry Pike, B.S., XI, 1910-11. Sanitary Engineer with State Board 

of Health, Trenton, N.J. 
Levanseler, Frank E., 1867-71- Structural Steel Detaller, with Purdy & 

Henderson, 1342 Monadnock Block, Chicago, 111. 
Levi, Louis, IV, 1890-92. Architect, Real Estate Trust Building, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Levy, Ernest Coleman, VII, 1902-04. Chief Health Officer, Richmond Health 

Department, City Hall, Richmond, Va. 
Levy, Nathan, I, 'II. 161 7 Tremont St., Roxbury, Mass. 
Lewenberg, Harry L(ewis), X, '06. Engineering Department, Standard 

Steel Car Co., Butler, Pa. 
Lewis, Alfred Byram, I, 1904-05. 201 W. Cherry St., Shenandoah, Pa. 
Lewis, Abraham Jaratt, 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., IV, 1880-1881. 
Treasurer and Assistant Secretary, Boston Board of Fire Underwriters, 
55 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 
Lewis, Clancey M(ontana), III, '99. Editor, Pacific Builder and Engineer, 

317 Pacific Block, Seattle, Wash. 
Lewis, Daniel C(lark), A.B., V, 1890-91. Agent, Millvllle Manufacturing Co., 
MillviUe, N.J. 



252 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Lewis, David S., 1868-71. Died May 17, 1887. 

Lewis, Edwin J(ames), Jr., IV. '8i. Architect, 9 Park St., Boston, Mass. 

Lewis, Ernest F(arnum), A.B., IV, '07. 148 Holden St., Providence, R.I. 

Lewis, Fred, VI, 1882-86. Deceased. 

Lewis, G. Wilton, IV, 1872-73. Architect, 34 School St., Boston, Mass. 

Lewis, Harry Alfrons, IV, 1909-10. Draughtsman, with Shepley, Rutan & 
Coolidge, Architects, 122 Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 

Lewis, Henry F(rancis), Vlll, '05. Real Estate, Voorheis & Lewis, 409 
Nanton Building, Winnipeg, Canada. 

Lewis, Henry Minton, Jr., ill, 1903-05. Mining Engineer, 56 West 33d 
St., New York, N.Y. 

Lewis, Herbert, A.M., VI, '93. Assistant Examiner, U.S. Patent Office, 
Washington, D.C. 

Lewis, Hortense "W(itter), A.B., V, 1898-99. Chemist, Pacific Mills, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Lewis, Ion, 1876-77. Architect, of Whidden & Lewis, 1209 Wilcox Building, 
Portland, Ore. 

Lewis, James E(dward), I, '97. Structural Engineer, Grafton, Vt. 

Lewis, John Fellows, B.S., V, 1898-99. Superintendent, Open Hearth Depart- 
ment, American Steel & Wire Co., Donora, Pa. 

Lewis, Joseph E(lliott), 11, '99. Treasurer and Sales Manager, The Bush 
Manufacturing Co., Hartford, Conn. 

Lewis, Lily Maud, iv, 1903-03. 

Lewis, Lloyd G., II, 1878-81. Lumber Dealer. Hutchinson Lumber Com- 
pany, Rear 264 Broad St., Lynn, Mass. 

Lewis, Marion L(incoln), iv, '96. See Lee, Mrs. F. W. 

Lewis, Richard Henry, 1892-95. Died January 8, 1896. 

Lewis, Richard Wheatley, V, 'n. Assistant in Analytical Chemistry, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Lewis, Rondel Morse, v, '00. Died June 23, 1910. 

Lewis, Theo(dore) J., II, '76. 1218 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lewis, Walter Evans, 1884-85. 

Lewis, Warren K(endall), Ph.D., X, '05. Assistant Professor of Industrial 
Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Lewis, Wilfred, M.E., II, '75- President, The Tabor Manufacturing Co., 
1740 Hamilton St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lewis, W(illia)m Remsen, I, 1898-01. Civil Engineer, Foxboro, Mass. 

Lewis, William W(hitney), 1868-69. Architect, 15 Exchange St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Lewis, W(illia)m W(illett), II, '89. Assistant Engineer, Boston Transit 
Commission, 15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Libbey, Ernest Linwood, II, 1887-91. With Singer Manufacturing Co., 
Elizabeth port, N.J. 

Libbey, Fay W(ilmott), ill, '06. With the Vulture Mines Co., Wicken- 
burg, Ariz. 

Libbey, Geo(rge) E(astman), II, '04. Heating and Ventilating Draughts- 
man, with Hollis French and Allen Hubbard, Consulting Engineers, 
Albany Building, Boston, Mass. 



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Libbey, Harold S(haw), A.B., v, 1905-06. Superintendent (Woolen Mill), 

Cumberland Mill, Lewiston, Me. 
Libbie, Charles F., Jr., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Libby, Almon C, A.B., 1874-75- 
Libby, Dorville, Jr.,VI, '95. Chief Engineer, Sunset Automobile Co., San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Libby, Harold C(lifton), I, '07. Assistant Engineer, Southern Railway, 

1300 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 
Lichtenstein, Milton, rv, 1902-06. Architect, iii Ellis St., San Francisco, 

Cal. 
Liddell, D. S., VI, 1887-90. 
Light, Hunter U(lrich), II, '06. Assistant to Superintendent, Westinghouse 

Lamp Co., Watsessing, N.J. 
Lightner, M(ilton) T(umley), A.B.,II, '07. Mechanical Engineer, Highland 

Park, III. 
Liliencrantz, Edith, rv, '00. See Thorpe, Mrs. Lewis S. 
Lilley, George H., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Lincoln, Alfred V(arnum), Jr., II, '95. Clerk, Winthrop National Bank, 

Boston, Mass. 
Lincoln, Arthur T., 1873-76. Deceased. 
Lincoln, Charles J., 1882-83. 
Lincoln, Charles T(hayer), V, '01. Chemist and Polariscopist, U.S. Customs 

Service, 641 Washington St., New York, N.Y. 
Lincoln, Edward Goddard, 1887-88. Died June, 1 888. 
Lincoln, Edwin Howland, 1871-74- 120 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 
Lincoln, Francis Church, E.M., A.M., Ph.D., Ill, '00. Associate Professor 

in Mining Engineering, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 
Lincoln, G(eorge) Russell, ill, '71. Care of Brown, Shipley & Co., London, 

England. 
Lincoln, Louis L., '89, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Lincoln, Paul, III, 1902-05. 27 Russell St., Maiden, Mass. 
Lincoln, Pelham Winslow, V, 1893-94- 1507 Grace Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Lincoln, Theodore,!, 1884-85. 66 Farwell Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Lincoln, William Hamilton, I, '06. Died January 24, 1910. 
Lind, S(amuel) C(olville), A.B., Ph.D., V, '02. Instructor in General and 

Physical Chemistry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Lindberg, Charles William, iv, 1906-07. 117 Harvard St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Lindenlaub, Armin Friedrich, VI, 1893-95- American Representative for 

E. O. Richter & Co., Chemnitz, Germany. Address, Ohrdrup in 

Thuringen, Germany. 
Linder, John F(arlow), II, 1888-90. Commission Merchant, Linder & 

Meyer, 89 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Lindsay, R(oy) W(allace), X, '07. Chemist with Pratt & Lambert Varnish 

Makers, 79 Tonawanda St., Buffalo, N.Y. 
Lindsay, W(ilUam) B(u-ckhead), A.B., Ph.D., V, '81. Professor of Chemistry, 

Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa. Retired under Carnegie Foundation, 

Swan's Island, Me. 



254 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Lindsley, Frederick Cleland, I, 1896-98. 

Lindsly, Albert Joseph, I, 1900-02. 

Lindsly, Ben E(dwm), ill, '05. Manager, Mansfield M. & S. Company, 
Patagonia, Ariz., and Superintendent, Arizona Copper Co., 50 Rowley 
St., Rochester, N.Y. 

Line, Frederick Chester, ill, 1903-06. 

Lineham, Charles Andrew, I, 1910-11. With VV. A. & H. A. Root, Build- 
ers, Cambridge, Mass. 

Lines, Edwin M(orehouse), VI, '05. With the McClellan-Lines Co., 
Newark, N.J. 

Lingley, Robert R(oss), II, '00. Engineer, with C. H. Sanborn, 18 Post- 
Office Square, Boston, Mass. 

Link, John H(anger), A.B., v, '07. Rushville, Ind. 

Linton, Laura Alberta, A.B., M.D., V, 1882-83. Resident Physician, Women's 
Department, Insane Hospital, Rochester, Minn. 

Linzee, John W(illia)m, Jr., A.B., I, '89. In Private Business, 96 Charles 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Lipman, August, IV, 1887-89. Jeweler, 52 W. Madison St., Chicago, 111. 

Lippincott, Jesse T(readwell), x, '98. 261 East Auburn Ave., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Litch, John G., IX, 1879-81. 

Litchfield, I(saac) WChite), 11, vill, 1881-84. Editor, 491 Boylston St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Litchfield, Paul W(eeks), X, '96. Factory Manager, Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Co., 38 Marshall Ave., Akron, Ohio. 

Litchfield, Walter Dyer, 1888-89. 

Litchman, H(arold) B(artlett), ill, '03- Professor of Mining Engineer- 
ing, University of Alabama, University, Ala. 

Littig, Charles Ross, VI, 1902-03, 1904-05. 1010 Cathedral St., Baltimore, Md. 

Little, Arthur, 1870 75- 70 Kilby St., Room 94, Boston, Mass. 

Little, Arthur, V, 1897-00. Chemist, with Sanford Mills "L," Reading, 
Mass. 

Little, A(rthur) D(ehon), V, 1881-84. Engineering Chemist, 93 Broad St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Little, David M., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., 1878-79- Collector of 
Port, Salem and Beverly, 27 Chestnut St., Salem, Mass. 

Little, Edmund C(ook), IV, '98. Architect, Central National Bank Build- 
ing, St. Louis, Mo. 

Little, Guy Henry, I, 1906-07. Ice Dealer, of W'ood & Little, Albany St., 
Herkimer, N.Y. 

Little, James L(ovell), Jr., IV, 1897-01. Architect, 15 Beacon St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Little, John Mason, 1867-68. Merchant, 74 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Little, Philip, 1875-77. 10 Chestnut St., Salem, Mass. 

Littlefield, Arthur Stevens, XI, 1898-99. Winchester, Mass. 

Littlefield, Charles Everett, Mechanic Arts, 1891-92. Instructor in Mechanic 
Arts, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 



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Littlefield, Charles L., 1867-68. 

Littlefield, Emmett, I, 1899^3. 

Littlefield, Frank William, ill, '00. Died December 8, 1900. 

Littlefield, Homer, VI, '00. Local Manager, General Electric Company, 
408 Columbus Savings & Trust Building, Columbus, Ohio. 

Littlefield, James Drake, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1890-92. Instructor in 
Forging, Technical High School, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Littlefield, Ralph Russell, 1888 89. 

Littlefield, Robert Stanley, Xlll, '01. Died May, 191 1. 

Littlefield, Walter T(rowbridge), IV, 1888-90. Commissioner of Public 
Buildings, City Hall, Somcrville, Mass. 

Littlefield, William L., 1883 84, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Littleton, Stephen Berton, xill, 1900 03. Died March i, 1909. 

Livermore, Robert, A.B., ill, '03. Of Lindsley & Livermore, Mining Engi- 
neers, 60 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Livermore, Robert Gurdon, 1899-01. 

Livermore, W(illia)m D (owning), v, '87. Chemist, American Woolen 
Co., Washington Mill, Lawrence, Mass. 

Livingston, George Edward, VI, 1906-08. Died March 8, 1909. 

Livingstone, Charles H., 1876-77- 

Lloyd, George Hamilton, IX, 1898-99. Arlington, Mass. 

Lloyd, James Dillaway, V, 1882-86. Finisher, Cotton Piece Goods, Sand- 
wich, Mass. 

Lo, Ting-Yu, 1904-05. 

Lobenstine, Horace G(reeley), '88, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., 1888-90. 
President, Detroit Leather Specialty Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Lochridge, Elbert E(merson), B.S., XI, S.M., '05. Chief Engineer, Spring- 
field Water Works, 121 Bridge St., Springfield, Mass. 

Locke, Mrs. (Philbrick, Annette E.), 1901-02. R.F.D. 6, Bo.x 28, Lin- 
coln, Neb. 

Locke, Alonzo S., 1873-74- 66 School St., Waltham, Mass. 

Locke, Augustus W., 1872-74- 

Locke, B(radford) H(omer), III, '72- President and Manager, Locke 
Drill Co., 141 Liberty St-, New York, N.Y. 

Locke, Cha(rle)s E, ill, '96. Assistant Professor of Mining Engineering 
and Metallurgy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 
Mass. 

Locke, E(dward) C, 1868-70. Publisher, Forest & Stream Publishing Co., 
127 Franklin St., New York City. 

Locke, Frank B., 1873-75- Civil Engineer, No. Adams, Mass. 

Locke, Frank L(overing), I, '86. President, Boston Young Men's Christian 
Union, 48 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Locke, George Ellis, 1898-99. 17 Ridge St., Winchester, Mass. 

Locke, Harriet Frances, iv, 1892-94, 1896-97- 11 Amherst St., Nashua, 
N.H. 

Locke, Henrietta Willard, v, 1908-09. Winthrop Road, Lexington, Mass. 

Locke, Herbert Arcy Garfield, ll, 1899-01. 



256 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Locke, J(ohn) Calvin, ill, 1890-94. Civil Engineer, Topographical Bureau, 

City of New York, 209 Montague St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Locke, John H(arold), VIII, '08. Engineer, with United States Incandescent 

Lamp Co., St. Louis, Mo. 
Locke, ■W(illia)m W(illard), XI, '92. Sanitary Inspector, Metropolitan 

Water and Sewerage Board, i Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 
Lockett, Benjamin Carter, rv, 1884-85. 
Lockett, Harold, II, '10. With the Orr & Lockett Hardware Co., 14-16 W. 

Randolph St., Chicago, 111. 
Lockett, Kenneth, II, '02. Vice-President, Orr & Lockett Hardware Co., 

14-16 W. Randolph St., Chicago, 111. 
Lockwood, Charles Eastman, iv, 1890-92. 
Lockwood, Mrs. Homer (Wills, Mary Bradford), V, 1889-90. Walnut St., 

East Dedham, Mass. 
Lockwood, Rhodes Greene, X, 1891-96. 67 Milk St., Room 76, Boston, 

Mass. 
Lodge, Francis G., 1870-74. With H. Burden & Sons, Troy, N.Y. 
Lodge, Henry EUerton, 1869-73- P.O. Box 2228, Boston, Mass. 
Lodge, John,A.B.,I. '10. With Jacobs & Davies, Inc., 30 Church St., New 

York, N.Y. 
Lodge, Richard W., 1875-79. Mining Engineer, 160 State St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Loeb, Leo, A.B., II, '08. Naval Experiment Station, Annapolis, Md. 
Loewenthal, Joseph B., 1883-87. Deceased. 
Loewenthal, Julius William, IX, 1887-88. 
Lofting, Hugh John, ill, 1905-06. Mount St. Mary's Park Hill, Ealing, 

London W., England. 
Logan, Andrew J(effries), I, '95. 
Logan, Frank, A.B., IV, '06. Of Lazarus & Logan, Architects, 1000 Chamber 

of Commerce Building, Portland, Ore. 
Logan, John W(ood), II, '93. Manager, Steel Works Department, Alan 

Wood, Iron & Steel Co., Conshohocken, Pa. 
Logue, William George, 1904-05. 50 Barry St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Lohbiller, Harry J(ohn), II, '01. 106 South 12th St., St. Louis, Mo. 
Lomb, Adolph, II, 1889-91. Of the Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., 637 St. 

Paul St., Rochester, N.Y. 
Lombard, A(lbert) E(aton), l, '02. Cashier, Corn Belt Bank, Kansas 

City, Mo. 
Lombard, Alfred Waldo, VI, 1894-97. With State Dairy Bureau, 136 State 

House, Boston, Mass. 
Lombard, Edgar, 1866-67. Died November, 1886. 
Lombard, Eugene, XIII, 1901-04. Estimator and Designer, Farmers Bank 

Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Lombard, Norman, ll.b., II, '05. Treasurer, Lombard & Son, Inc., 1028 

Monadnock Building, San Francisco, Cal. 
Lombard, Percival H(all), A.B., VI, '98. Farmer, R.F.D. No. 2, Brighton, 

Colo. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 257 

Lombard, Robert H(amilton), XIV, 'lo. Research Assistant in Chemistry, 
Columbia University, New York, N.Y. 

Long, Arthur C(hanning), B.A., V, '05. Chemist, with the E. I. duPont 
de Nemours Powder -Co., Pompton Lakes, N.J. 

Long, Harry Pollard, II, 1898-99. Died May 22, 1899. 

Long, John Saberton, X, 1906-07, 1908-09. President, Gulf Iron Works, 
Tampa, Fla. 

Long, John William, II, 1896-99. 71 Moulton St., Charlestown, Mass. 

Long, Margaret, A.B., M.D., vn, 1896-97. Physician, 1434 Glenarm St., 
Denver, Colo. 

Long, Thomas Alexander, Mechanic Arts, 1908-09. 10 Warwick Road, Mel- 
rose Highlands, Mass. 

Long, Z(ourie) H., XIII, 1894-98. Contractor and Builder, 28 North State 
St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Longfellow, Alexander W., A.B., IV, 1876-78. Architect, 1 124 Tremont Build- 
ing, Boston, Mass. 

Longfellow, Richard King, IV, 1887-88. Architect, A. W. Longfellow, 
1 124 Tremont Building, Boston, Mass. 

Longley, A(rthur) A(shleigh), II, '08. Engineer, Manufacturers* Mutual 
Fire Insurance Co., Providence, R.I. 

Longley, Francis F(ielding), XI, 1903-04. Resident Engineer, Toronto 
Filtration Plant, Toronto, Ontario. 

Longuemare, Theodore Adolph, Mechanic Arts, 1901-02. 

Longyear, Helen M(cGraw), IV, '09. See Paul, Mrs. Carroll. 

Longyear, John Munro, in, 1906-07. 253 College Ave., Houghton, Mich. 

Lonngren, J(ohn) E(rik), II, '96. Superintendent, Rod and Wire Mills, 
Cambria Steel Co., Johnstown, Pa. 

Look, M(oses) J(erome), I, 1888-92. General Superintendent, MacArthur 
Brothers Co., and Winston & Co., Brown Station, New York. 

Loomis, Allen, XIII, '99. Assistant Chief Engineer, Packard Motor Car 
Company, Detroit, Mich. 

Loomis, Dan Austin, XIII, '07- With the Confectioners' Machinery & Man- 
ufacturing Co., Springfield, Mass. 

Loomis, Henry M(eech), V, '97. Chemist, with the U.S. Department of 
Agriculture, 445 Arcade Annex, Seattle, Wash. 

Loomis, Lynn A(lbert), III, '09. With the W. H. McEIwain Co., 348 Con- 
gress St., Boston, Mass. 

Loomis, Miriam Nye, VII, 1900-01. 

Loomis, Warren W(eston), VI, '05. Assistant Purchasing Agent, Stone & 
Webster Engineering Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Lootz, Alf C, I, '96. General Superintendent of Construction, H. P. 
Converse & Co., 88 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 

Lootz, Emma, A.B., v, 1897-98. See Erving, Mrs. 

Lorch, Emil, A.M., rv, 1890-92. Professor of Architecture and Head of 
Department, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Lord, Austin W., 1884-85. Architect, 345 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Lord, Mrs. Benjamin F. (Day, Mary Harriett), 1896-97. Derry, N.H. 
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258 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Lord, Cha(rle)s E(dward), VI, '98. Electrical Patent Attorney, with the 
AUis-Chalmers Company, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Lord, Cl(arence) Arthur, I, 1901-03. In Insurance Business, Dwight C. 
Lord & Son, 49 Westminster St., Providence, R.I. 

Lord, Forrest Wells, 1902-03. Deceased. 

Lord, Frank Herbert, n, '85. Died December 31, 1890. 

Lord, Frederic Wait, VI, 1889-94. President, Lord Electric Co. and Lord 
Construction Co., 105 W. 40th St., New York, N.Y. 

Lord, Mrs. Frederick T. (Clapp, Mabel), Xll, 1894-97. 305 Beacon St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Lord, Frederick Kissam, 1899-00. Naval Architect, 105 Lord Ave., Bayonne, 
N.J. 

Lord, Geo(rge) R(ansom), B.A., V, '10. Chemist, Magnolia Petroleum Co., 
Corsicana, Texas. 

Lord, Harold, IV, '06. Died September 18, 1910. 

Lord, Harold Stowell, n, 'n. 233 So. Potomac St., Waynesboro, Pa. 

Lord, Harry C(hester), II, '08. Engineer, with John A. Stevens, 107 Mer- 
rimack St., Lowell, Mass. 

Lord, Herbert Ivory, V, 1894-97. General Manager, Sales Department, 
Detroit Lubricator Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Lord, Israel Pierre, rv, 1902-03. 63 Columbus Ave., Somerville, Mass. 

Lord, John Anderson, 1892-93. * 

Lord, John O., 1872-74- 

Lord, Paul B(urton), in, '09. Mining Engineer, with the American Smelters 
Securities Co., Velardena, Durango, Mexico. 

Lord, Raymond Harold, VI, '11. Assistant, Griffin Wheel Co., 445 No. 
Sacramento Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Lord, R(obert) H(oward) W(illiani), X, '05. Chrome Tanner, with The 
Ireson Tanning Co., Gorham, Me. 

Lorenz, Edward H(enry), B.S., n, '05. Mechanical Engineer, with William 
A. Lorenz, 60 Prospect St., Hartford, Conn. 

Lorenz, William McKee, I, 1886-88. 

Loring, Atherton, II, 1886-90. Of the George McQuesten Co., Lumber 
Dealers, 27 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 

Loring, Cha(rle)s G(reely), A.B., IV, '06. Architect, with Cass Gilbert, 11 
East 24th St., New York, N.Y. 

Loring, Conrad, n, 1895-99. 

Loring, David, 1866-68. 

Loring, Ernest J(ohnson), IV, '95. Turbine Department, River Works, 
General Electric Co., Lynn, Mass. 

Loring, Ernest M(oore), m, '09. Mining Engineer, 76 Home Life Build- 
ing, Toronto, Ontario. 

Loring, Frederic Reeves, A.B., VII, '79- Private Tutor, Winsor St., Dux- 
bury, Mass. 

Loring, Harrison, Jr., II, '89. Counsellor-at-Law and Treasurer, R. S. 
Brine Transportation Co., 43 India St., Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 259 

Loring, Henry D(elano), I, '07. Engineer with the Ferro Concrete Con- 
struction Co., Richmond & Harriet Sts., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Loring, R(alph) S(toodley), I, '01. Architect, 221 New Idaho Trust Build- 
ing, Lewiston, Idaho. 

Loring, Robert, X, '94. With the Goss Press Co., Hayes, Middlesex, 
England. 

Loring, Robert P., 1870-71. 

Lothrop, Eben W., 1868-72. 

Lothrop, George Langdon, 1866-67. 

Lothrop, Percy Dunbar, ill, 1900-02. P.O. Box 2066, Johannesburg, Trans- 
vaal, So. Africa. 

Lothrop, Thomas M(ark), II, '95. Manufacturer's Agent, 53 W. Jackson 
Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Lothrop, William U., 1867-71- 

Lotz, Arthur Charles, IV, 1890-92. Superintendent of Building Construc- 
tion, 225 E. Superior St., Chicago, 111. 

Loud, Francis M(artin), A.B., VI, '09. With the Public Service Railway 
Co., 755 Broad St., Newark, N.J. 

Loud, Joseph Prince, IV, 1883-86. Architect, 85 Water St., Boston, Mass. 

Loud, Ralph W(hite), I, '99. Assistant Engineer, Bureau of Elevated & 
Subway Construction, Boston Elevated Railway Co., loi Milk St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Loud, Roger Perkins, Vl, 'n. Engineering Inspector, Old Colony Gas 
Co., E. Braintree, Mass. 

Lougee, Norman Arthur, VI, 'n. Graduate Student, Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Lougee, Sherman, 1, 190S-08. 31 Summer St., Salem, Mass. 

Loughlin, G(erald) F(rancis), Ph.D., XII, '03. Instructor in Geology, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Loughlin, J(ohn) S(herwood), II, '05. Inspector with the Associated 
Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Lounsbury, W(illia)m C, VII, '04. General Superintendent, Superior 
Water, Light & Power Co., Superior, Wis. 

Lourie, W(illia)m I(saac), II, '06. Minnesota Steel Co., Wolvin Build- 
ing, Duluth, Minn. 

Loutit, Robert Clyde, XIII, 1906-07. Died April 4, 1908. 

Loutrel, Cyrus Henry, XIII, 1903-05. 157 Raymond Ave., So. Orange, N.J. 

Lovejoy, Carl H(oward), I, '10. Assistant Engineer, Massachusetts High- 
way Commission, Boston, Mass. 

Lovejoy, F(rank) W(illiam), X, '94. General Manager, Manufacturing 
Departments, Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y. 

Lovejoy, Roy F(isk), IX, '05. With D. Lovejoy & Son, Manufacturers, 
and Treasurer, The Consolidated Oil, and Lumbermen's Supply 
Cos., I Gushing St., Lowell, Mass. 

Lovejoy, Walter Livingston, ill, 1894-97. 

Loveland, B(enjamin) A(lpheus), I, '97. Civil Engineer with U.S. Engi- 
neer Office, 25 Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass. 



260 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Loveland, James W(allace), V, '88. Works Manager, B. T. Babbitt, 
Incorporated, Babbitt, N.J. 

Loveman, Lee R(osenberg), vi. '99. 

Lovering, Edward, V, 1883-84- 

Lovering, George Gay, 1874-76. Civil Engineer, Palacios, Texas. 

Lovering, George J., 1875-76. 

Lovering, Mary Campbell, V, 1888-90. See Holman, Mrs. G. U. G. 

Lovett, James R., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Lovett, Joseph Lamson, 1900-03. 79 Garfield St., Lawrence, Mass. 

Lovewell, Frank S(herman), A.B., I, '09. Engineer, Mechanical Depart- 
ment, Publicity Work, General Fire Extinguisher Company, Provi- 
dence, R.I. 

Levis, Ambrose, 1870-71. 

Levis, Andrew M., 1876-77- First Assistant Engineer, Massachusetts High- 
way Commission, 15 Ashburton PI., Boston, Mass. 

Low, Albert H., V, '76. Chemist and Assayer, P.O. Box 1537, Denver, 
Colo. 

Low, Cecil Horace, ll, ix, 1892-93. 

Low, David, 1897-98, 1900-01. 

Low, Frederic F(riend), IV, 1890-91, 1893-94. Architect with the Boston 
Elevated Railway Co., loi Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Low, George Francis, 1888-89. 

Low, Hamilton F., 1879-80. 

Low, Harry R(aymond), ill, '03. With the American Zinc Ore Separating 
Co., Denver, Colo. 

Low, John F(arnsworth), V, '82. Chemist, Duxbury, Mass. 

Low, Wilson H(enry), v, '86. Head Chemist, The Cudahy Packing Co., 
South Omaha, Nebr. 

Lowe, Ehno Cameron, IV, 1903-05. Architect, 1612 Corn Exchange Bank 
Building, Chicago, 111. 

Lowe, Mrs. Josephine Dyer, X, 1896-97. 

Lowe, Ralph Putnam, X, 1903-06. 34 Atlantic Ave., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Lowe, R(ussell) B(ryant), IX, '02. With the Parkhill Manufacturing Co., 
Fitchburg, Mass. 

Lowell, Guy, A.B., IV, '94. Architect, Carter Building, 12 West St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Lowenberg, Maurice Joseph, VI, 'n. Special Apprentice, New York Cen- 
tral & Hudson River Railroad Company, West Albany, N.Y. 

Lowndes, Andrew Jackson, II, 1902-03. 

Lowry, H(arold) K(eyes), VI, 1900-03. Assistant Signal Engineer, Chicago, 
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, Milwaukee Shops, Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

Loynes, George Becwith, 1886-87- 

Lozoya, Raymond, V, 1906-07. Valle Allende, Chihuahua, Mexico. 

Lucas, Jose Gonfalves, 1903-04. Para, Brazil. 

Lucas, Silas T., 1869-73. 

Luce, Byron P(eakes), ll, '07. 723 Magazine St., New Orleans, La. 



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Luce, Charles Morgan, Mechanic Arts, 1904-05. 761 Boylston St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Luce, Edith, 1896-97. 

Luce, Leroy Winthrop, XIII, 1903-04. i Dock Square, Boston, Mass. 

Luce, Robert Francis, I, 1901-06. Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Romhlon, 
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Coast Survey Office, Washington, 
D.C. 

Lucey, W(illia)m S(ylvester), II, '07. With the Canadian Kodak Co., 
Limited, Toronto, Ontario. 

Luchars, Alex(ander), 1869-71. President, The Industrial Press, 49 Lafayette 
St., New York, N.Y. 

Lucia, Daniel Baldwin, 1890-91. Died December 16, 1893. 

Ludington, Frank Ensign, ll, 1905-07. General Manager and Treasurer, 
Ludington Cigarette Machine Co., Waterbury, Conn. 

Ludington, R(owland) S., LL.B., II, 1887-89. Of Ludington & Kemp, Law- 
yers, Wenatchee, Wash. 

Luehrs, Daniel Michael, B.S., XIII, 1904-05. Chief Engineer and Factory 
Manager, McCreecy Engineering Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Luening, Eugene George, II, 1905-08. Engineer (Development and Manu- 
facture), Davis-Bournonville Co., 515 Laflin St., Chicago, 111. 

Lueth, Clarence James, VI, 1902-04. With S. Slater & Sons, Inc., Webster, 
Mass. 

Lufkin, Charles L(ewis), V, '08. Chemist, with Pennsylvania Salt Manu- 
facturing Co., P.O. Box 93, Wyandotte, Mich. 

Lufkin, E(lgood) C(hauncey), II, '86. Vice-President, The Texas Co., 
17 Battery Place, New York, N.Y. 

Lufkin, Fred R(ichards), Vl, '10. Assistant to Superintendent of Lights 
and Wires, Town of Brookline, Brookline, Mass. 

Lukes, Geo(rge) H(olt), VI, 1888-92. General Superintendent Public 
Service Co., of Northern Illinois, 137 South La Salle St., Chicago, 111. 

Lukes, Joseph B(rian), VI, '92. Representative of Stone & Webster, 
Truckee River General Electric Co., Reno, Nev. 

Lull, George F(red), I, 1881-84. Fibre Expert, Norwood, Mass. 

Lull, Richard Swann, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. Pro- 
fessor of Vertebrate Paleontology, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 

Lum, Elliott, VI, '05. 

Lumbert, Rutherford Vipond, I, 1896-98. 208 Concord St., Newton Lower 
Falls, Mass. 

Lumbert, William James, iv, 1902-03, 1904-05. 

Lunan, Thomas M(ason), v, '01. Superintendent, Enamel Department, 
Republic Metalware Co., Alabama and Republic Sts., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Lund, Harry Gardner, VI, 1899-01. 38 Mt. Vernon St., Cliftondale, Mass. 

Lund, James, V, '81. Managing Chemist, Cochrane Chemical Co., Everett, 
Mass. 

Lund, Mrs. James (Stantial, Amy), V, '84. Died February, 1888. 

Lundin, Laura M(arie), VIII, '03. Teacher of Physics and Mathematics, 
Wheaton Seminary, Norton, Mass. 



262 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGV 

Lunn, Arthixr W(ashington), A.B., E.E., VI, 1907-08. Sales Agent, General 
Electric Co., 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Lunt, Geo(rge) P(erkins), X, '10. Chemical Engineer with the Wyoming 
Chemical Co., Pittston, Pa. 

Lunt, Robert S(omerby), X, '97. With the Badische Co., 128 Duane St., 
New York. N.Y. 

Luquer, Lynch, IV, 1900-05. Architect, 9 Cornhill, Boston, Mass. 

Luscomb, Florence H(ope), IV, '09. 14 Ashford St., Allston, Mass. 

Lusky, Leonard M (orris), VI, '10. With Testing Department, General 
Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Luther, Geo(rge) Diller, ill, 1903-05. Contract Agent, Electric Storage 
Battery Co., 1424 Wazee St., Denver, Colo. 

Luther, Howard B(oume), I, '08. Russel Fellow, Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology, Student, Technische Hochschule, Dresden, Germany. 

Luther, W(illia)m J(ames), I, 1881-83. Civil Engineer and Superintendent, 
Attleboro Gas Light Co., Attleboro, Mass. 

Lutze, Frederick Clemens, IV, '06. Architect, with Kendall, Taylor «& Co., 
93 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Luyties, Otto G(erhard), ll, '01. 

Lyall, Amasa James, rv, 1895-96. 

Lyford, Emerson F(letcher), v, '08. Chemist, with B. T. Babbitt, Incor- 
porated, Babbitt, N.J. 

Lyle, D(avid) A(lexander), (West Point), ill, '84. Colonel U.S.A. (retired), 
St. Davids, Delaware County, Pa. 

Lyle, F(rederick) W(illia)m, VI, '08. Laboratory Assistant, Research 
Laboratory, General Electric Co., Lynn, Mass. 

Lyman, Frank, A.B., E.M., 1874-75. Treasurer, Low Moor Iron Co., Ton- 
tine Building, 82 Wall St., New York, N.Y. 

Lyman, George "William, VI, '96. Died July, 1898. 

Lyman, Henry L(evine), I, '04. 

Lyman, Herbert, VII, 1893-95- 

Lyman, John Theodore, 1881-82. Manufacturer of Doors, Sashes and 
Blinds, Pine St., Montclair, N.J. 

Lyman, Lewis J(ames), 1904-05. Engineer, 12 Union Ave., Everett, Mass. 

Lyman, Moses, Jr., II, 1886-89, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., 1889-90. Manu- 
facturer, Springfield Foundry Co., 95 Liberty St., Springfield, Mass. 

Lynch, Albert Johnson, VI, 1890-94. 73 P.O. Building, Boston, Mass. 

Lynch, Charles Patrick, v, 1892-93. 103 Cross St., Lowell, Mass. 

Lynch, Clarence Channing, 1878-79- Deceased. 

Lynch, George Edward, 11, 1895-98. President and General Manager, Las 
Vegas Mica Co., Box 123, E. Las Vegas, N.Mex. 

Lynch, John Edward, Jr., II, 1901-05. 10 Pinckney St., Boston, Mass. 

Lynch, Patrick M(aurice), I, '94. 276 Dwight St., Holyoke, Mass. 

Lynch, William D(uncan), V, '04. Assistant Chemist, Bureau of Chemis- 
try, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 

Lynde, Clifford, I, '06. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water Supply, City 
of New York, Walden, N.Y. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 263 

Lynde, Frank W., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Lynde, Harry Milton, C.E., 1, 1901-05. Assistant Engineer, New York Board 

of Water Supply, Walden, N.Y. 
Lynde, James P(orter), IX, '86. Of Lynde & Gould, Druggists, Palmer, 

Mass. 
Lyne, William, VI, 1904-06. Civil Engineer, Kentucky Traction & Terminal 

Co., Lexington, Ky. 
Lyon, Alpheus C(rosby), B.S., XIII, '04. Civil Engineer, with Maine Central 

Railroad, Portland, Me. 
Lyon, J(ames) Lawrence, II, '04. Mechanical Engineer, 767 Lincoln Place, 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Lyon, Joseph P(almer) , I, '92 . Farmer, Hanover, Conn. 
Lyon, Orrin Sanborn, II, 1904-06. 250 Cross St., Maiden, Mass. 
Lyon, Stephen C(handler), I, '08. With Lockv/ood, Greene & Co., 93 

Federal St., Boston, Mass. 
Lyon, Tracy, II, '85. With General Motors Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Lyon, Waldo V(inton), VI, '05. Instructor in Electrical Engineering, Mass- 
achusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Lyons, Earl Brann, vi, 1904-03. 
Lyons, F(ranklin) B(enton), VI, 1906-09. Instructor in Steubenville High 

School, 717 North 4th St., Steubenville, Ohio. 
Lyons, Mrs. John B. R. (Gibbons, Mary), 1894-95- 44 South St., Jamaica 

Plain, Mass. 
Lyons, Manson A(nslie), I, 'lo. Transitman, Construction Department, 

Canadian Pacific Railway, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 
Lyons, Robert J(oseph), XIII, '06. With the Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., 

Manchester, N.H. 
Lyons, Thomas Francis, IV, 1907-08. 
Lysaght, Bella Bernadette, M.D., V, VII, 1892-95. Physician, 848 Park Ave., 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Lythgoe, Hermann C(harles), V, '96. Analyst, State Board of Health, 

501 State House, Boston, Mass. 

Mabee, Fred Carleton, A.B., A.M., X, 1906-07. Professor of Natural Science, 
Shanghai Baptist College, Shanghai, China. 

Mabie, Harry Saxton, iv, 1896-97. 

Mabrey, F(rederick) D(ill), S.B., VIII, 1900-02. Teacher, Redding Ridge, 
Conn. 

Macafee, Reid Dana, l, 1906-07. Construction Work, with Stone & Web- 
ster Engineering Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

McAllen, John Lavelle, in, 'n. Private Assistant, to Professor R. H. 
Richards, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

McAllep, James Albert, iii, v, 1897-00. 

McAllister, Arthur, Jr., iv, 1893-95. Deceased. 

McAlpine, William H(oratio), XI, '96. Assistant Engineer, U.S. Engineer 
Office, Frankfort, Ky. 



264 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

McAuliffe, W(illiain) J(ames), I, '09. 4 Melrose St., Boston, Mass. 

McAusland, William Ritchie, 1897-98. Journalist, Daily News, Chicago, 111. 

McBean, George Bamet, 1886-87. 

MacBriar, Wallace N(oble), II, '05. Mechanical Engineer, Pacific Coast 
Condensed Milk Co., Berlin, Wis. 

MacBride, J(ames) D(ouglas), IV, XIII, 1895-97. Ship Draughtsman, with 
Argentine Naval Commission, Quincy, Mass. 

McBride, Lewis B(owen), (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '05. Naval Constructor, 
U.S.N., with The Bureau of Construction and Repair, Navy Depart- 
ment, Washington, D.C. 

McBurney, Henry, A.B., I, '02. Civil Engineer, with A. W. Buel, 15 Wil- 
liam St:, New York, N.Y. 

McCabe, James, 1890-91. 82 Pitt St., Charleston, S.C. 

McCain, E(lmer) D (wight), A.B., I, '06. Trimbler & McCain, Engineers 
& Contractors, 922 James Building, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

McCain, S(amuel) N(orman), l, '09. With the McCain Realty Co., 432 
Ludlow Arcade, Dayton, Ohio. 

McCann, Frank G(oodman), 11, '96. Chief of Heating and Ventilating 
Division, Board of Education, City of New York, 500 Park Ave., 
New York, N.Y. 

McCarter, Frederic William, IV, 1892-94- Treasurer and General Manager, 
Haynes- Piper Co., 17 Lewis Wharf, Boston, Mass. 

McCarthy, Alice, v, 1900-02. 146 Thorndike St., Brookline, Mass. 

McCarthy, Charles E(mmet), X, '02. Of the Walter M. Brown Engineer- 
ing Co., Incorporated, County Surveyor of Clark County, Las Vegas, 
Nev. 

McCarthy, Francis V(incent), II, VI, 1893-96. Lawyer, 19 Central Square, 
Lynn, Mass. 

McCarthy, George H(erbert), IX, '97. President McCarthy & Fellows, 
Real Estate Brokers, 5-7 East 42d St., New York, N.Y. 

McCarthy, John F(rancis), I, '09. Signal Department, New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad, New Haven, Conn. 

McCarthy, Maurice Lawrence, 1907-08. 30 Maple St., Haverhill, Mass. 

McCarthy, William Patrick, 1885-86. Assistant City Clerk, Lowell, Mass. 

McCaw, W(allace) E(ugene), VI, '92. With the Proctor & Gamble Co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

McChesney, Howard H(azen), VI, '07. With Hall & McChesney, Frank- 
lin & Jefferson Sts., Syracuse, N.Y. 

McClenahan, Walter, v. 1898-99. 

McClintock, Edwin Clare, VT, 1891-94. 

McClintock, Frank S(tockton), a.b., II, '09. With the Westinghouse Machine 
Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

McClintock, James R(obinson), XI, '06. Associate with George W. Fuller, 
Consulting Hydraulic Engineer, and Sanitary Expert, 170 Broadway 
New York, N.Y. 

McClintock, Paul, I, 1905-06. Bay State Street Railway Co., 84 State St., 
Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 265 

McClung, S(ainuel) A(lfred), Jr., ll.b., II, 1900-03. Attorney-at-Law, with 
Chantler & McClung, 11 16 Park Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

MacClure, Colbert A(nderson), rv, '94. MacClure & Spahr, Architects, 
1408 Keystone Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

McClure, David, Jr., ill, 1879-80. Gwin Mine, Cal. 

McCltire, Harry Winford, 1900-01. 

McColl, Arch(ibald), B.S., II, 1884-85. Secretary, Nova Scotia Steel & Coal 
Co., Limited, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. 

McColl, Frank P., IV, 1879-81. Deceased. 

McCombs, Frank M., IV, 1877-79. Rouses Point, N.Y. 

McConnell, Frank William, 1901-03. Died January 7, 1903. 

McConnell, George B(ancroft), I, '90. P.O. Pox 1133, New Haven, Conn. 

McConnell, Walter G(ardner), xill, '98. With Purdy & Henderson, 78 
5th Ave., New York, N.Y. 

McCormick, Charles B., v, 1887-88. 

McCormick, Edmund Burke, ll, '97. Professor of Mechanical Engineering, 
and Superintendent of Shops, Kansas State Agricultural College, 
Manhattan, Kans. 

McCormick, James, vil, 1894-95- 

McCormick, Mrs. Stanley (Dexter, Katharine), VII, '04. 11 14 Barristers 
Hall, Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass. 

McComack, Clyde Webster, I, '03. Assistant Engineer, Phoenix Bridge 
Co., Phoenixville, Pa. 

McComack, Walter R(oy), IV, '03. With Guy Lowell, Architect, Carter 
Building, 12 West St., Boston, Mass. 

McCortney, John Howard, 1885 86. 723 Chamber of Commerce, Chicago, 
111. 

McCrady, MacHarvey, XI, 1908-09. With State Board of Health, State 
House, Boston, Mass. 

McCrea, A(hneron) Wallace, B.S., rv, '99- Of A. Wallace McCrea Co., 
Architects, 23 East 15th St., New York, N.Y. 

MacCreadie, William Thomas, II, 'u. 54 Whittier St., Andover, Mass. 

McCready, Harold, VI, 1903-04, 1905-08. 711 Trenton Ave., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 

McCrillis, Haven Sanborn, VI, 1904-05, 1906 07. 77 Bradford St., Lawrence, 
Mass. 

McCrudden, Francis H(enry), m.d., V, '00. Chemist, Rockefeller Institute, 
66th St., and Ave. A., New York, N.Y. 

McCue, Henry M(ichael), I, 1902-04. Civil Engineer, with the Massa- 
chusetts Highway Commission, Boston, Mass. 

McCulloch, Alfred Hugh, VI, 1889-90, 1892-93. Electrical Research, 10 Rad- 
ford Lane, Ashmont, Mass. 

McCuUough, Harrie Bruce, 1890-91. 136 Walnut St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

McCune, William Rowe, 11, 1907-09, 1910-11. With Engineering Depart- 
ment, Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., Ltd., Hamilton, Ontario. 

McDaniel, A(llen) B(oyer), IV, '01. Professor of Civil Engineering, Uni- 
versity of South Dakota, Vermilion, S.D. 



266 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

McDonald, Alexander F., 1886-87, School of Mechanic Arts. Patent Attorney, 

with General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
McDonald, Charles Snead, rv, 1895-98. Architect, McDonald & Cooper, 

311 Newhouse Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
McDonald, Donald, 1887-88. 400 Northampton St., Boston, Mass. 
McDonald, Frank Austin, I, 1886-90. 444 Beech wood Ave., Carnegie, Pa. 
Macdonald, George Mac(Intyre), B.Sc, II, '03. Union Metallic Cartridge 

Co., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Macdonald, H(arry) P(eake), Jr., I, '01. Superintendent, Snead & Co., 

Iron Works, Pine St., Jersey City, N.J. 
MacDonald, H(oward) J(eremiah) C(oombs), III, '07. With the Granby 

Consolidated, M. S. & P. Co., Goose Bay, British Columbia, via 

Prince Rupert. 
MacDonald, James George, 1896-97. 4 Highland St., Roxbury, Mass. 
MacDonald, William H(arrison), I, XIII, 1903-06. Salesman with L. B. 

Southwick Co., 105 Bedford St., Boston, Mass. 
MacDonald, William Henry Vincent, 1897-98. 
McDonald, William Thomas, XI, 1895-96. 
McDonnell, Thomas F(rancis), IV, 1898-00. Of McDonnell & Sons, Granite 

Manufacturers and Quarry Owners, 858 Main St., Buflfalo, N.Y. 
McDougall, Thomas Gray, II, 1900-02. Salesman with Henry R. Worth- 

ington Co., Pumping Machinery, 220 East Second St., Los Angeles, 

Cal. 
McDowell, Pauline, vill, 1899-00. 
Mace, Charles Austin, v, 1897-01. Salesman with Badische Co., 305 W. 

Randolph St., Chicago, 111. 
Mace, Shirley A(ndrew), n, 1905-07. Foreman, Lynn Gas & Electric Co., 

90 Exchange St., Lynn, Mass. 
McEachern, Archie, 1905-06. Montgomery St. Extension, Savannah, Ga. 
McElroy, George Leary, IV, 1893-94- 158 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 
McElroy, James Aloysius, I, II, 1903-07. Division Engineer, with State 

Highway Department, Bridgeport, Conn. 
McElwain, Helen Whyte, 1892-93. 
McElwain, J(ames) F(ranklin), IX, 1893-94- President, W. H. McElwain 

Co., 348 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
McEntee, W(illia)m, (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '04. Naval Constructor, 

U.S.N., with the Bureau of Construction and Repairs, Navy Depart- 
ment, Washington, D.C. 
McEwen, Ralph Buele, B.S., l, 1909-10. R.F.D. No. i, Athena, Ore. 
MacFarlane, D(avid) H(uron), IV, 1896-98. With Ross & MacFarlane, 

Architects, Beaver Hall Hill, Montreal, Quebec. 
Macfarlane, W(illia)m W(allace), V, '79- Second Vice-President, Ameri- 
can Dyewood Co., Chester, Pa. 
McFerran, Calvin Wentworth, 1881-82. 

McGann, John Frederick, I, II, 1897-01. 104 Portland St., Boston, Mass. 
McGann, Malcolm Hobart, VIII, X, 1892-96. Sales Manager, Case Crane 

Co., Columbus, Ohio. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 267 

McGarry, James Henry, v. 1903-04. Ocean St., Lynn, Mass. 
McGinnis, Claude S(tonecliffe), Ph.D., VIII, '06. Professor of Physics and 

Electrical Engineering, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, 

N.B., Canada. 
McGinniss, Joseph, IV, 1907-10. 96 Blue Hill Ave., Roxbury, Mass. 
McGlynn, Thomas, I, 1892-93. Fall River, Mass. 
McGonigle, Edward Andrew, iv, 1891-92. 

McGoodwin, Henry K(err), B.S., IV, '94. Professor of Architecture, Carn- 
egie Technical Schools, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Macgowan, Ernest Stainforth, 1891-92. Salesman, Universal Portland 

Cement Co., 834 Security Bank Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 
McGowan, Francis Xavier, 11, '00. Died September 4, 1908. 
McGowan, James, Jr., V, '08. Chief Chemist, with the Joseph Campbell 

Co., 32 North Front St., Camden, N.J. 
McGrath, Harry Thompson, Mechanic Arts, 1904-05. 49 Metropolitan Ave., 

Roslindale, Mass. 
McGraw, Fred M., 1884-85. School of Mechanic Arts. 
MacGregor, Frank S(anderson), VIII, '07. Metallurgist, American Zinc 

Ore Separating Co., 121 8 Foster Building, Denver, Colo. 
Macgregor, James Stanislaus, ll, 1904-05- Mesilla Park, N.Mex. 
MacGregor, Milton E(mery), VIII, '07. Teacher, Pawtucket High School, 

Pawtucket, R.I. 
MacGregor, Roderick J(ames), VI, '03. John MacGregor Co., Spool 

Manufacturers, South Lincoln, Me. 
Macgregor, Wallace, V, 1886-90. 2120 Channing Way, Berkeley, Cal. 
McGuigan, Francis H(arrington), I, '08. Engineer, with F. H. McGuigan 

Construction Co., Continental Life Building, Toronto, Ontario. 
Machado, Ernest Miguel Antonio, rv, 1885-87. Died September 22, 1907. 
Machado, Joao Martino, II, 1901-04. Bage, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. 
Machado-Lara, Ernesto, A.B., M.S., V, 1908-09. Chemist and Bacteriologist, 

with United Fruit Co. and Costa Rica Government Hospital, Limon, 

Costa Rica. 
Machen, Thomas G(resham), IV, '09. Student of Architecture, Ecole des 

Beaux-Arts. Care of Munroe & Co., Paris, France. 
Mcllvaine, John Addison, Jr., A.B., IV, 1894-95. Instructor, The Cresheim 

Arms, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mclnemey, Thomas D(arsee), vi, 1895^)0. With Stone & Webster, 147 

Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Mclnnes, A(ngus) A(rchie), I. 1898-01. Engineer, with Metropolitan 

Contracting Co., 95 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Macintire, B(ehjamin) G(ould), V, '01. Chemical Engineer, E. I. duPont 

de Nemours Powder Co., Henry Clay, Del. 
Macintire, Horace J(ames), m.m.e., II, '05. Instructor in Prime Mover 

Design, Carnegie Technical Schools, and Consulting Refrigerating 

Engineer, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Mcintosh, C(harles) J(ewell), II, '03. 176 Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, 

Wis. 



268 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Mcintosh, James William, II, 1896-99. Proprietor, Moy Ranch, Holden, 
Mass. 

Mclntyre, Frederick W(illiam), VI, '02. With Western Electric Co., Haw- 
thorne, 111. 

Mclntyre, James S(herwood), IV, '98. Architectural Draughtsman, Bu- 
reau of Yards and Docks, Washington, D.C. 

Mclntyre, R(uluff) David, ill, 1906-08. Clayton, Berkshire County, Mass. 

Mclver, Jean Bond, B.S., VII, 1896-98, 1899-00. Teacher, English High 
School, Worcester, Mass. 

Mcjennett, William D(argon), x, '94. 

Mcjunkin, Paul, vni, '98. Of Fahn & Mcjunkin, Electrical Engineers, 
50 E. 41st St., New York, N.Y. 

Mack, Harrington, VI, 1895-97. 74 Washington St., New York, N.Y. 

Mack, Henry V(incent), n, 1904-06. Builder, of Mack Brothers, 166 Dev- 
onshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Mack, Paul Wardlow, I. '11. Assistant Engineer, with New York Board 
of Water Supply, 215 Kimball Ave., Yonkers, N.Y. 

Mackay, Angus R(obert), ill, '94. General Exploration Co. (8 Congress 
St., Boston), Wickenburg, Ariz. 

Mackay, Frank Lodge, 1, 1892-93. 

Mackay, G(eorge) M(oir) J(ohnstone), M.A., V, S.M., '08. Research 
Chemist, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Mackay, George Baptist, IX, 1892-94. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. 

McKay, George Theodore, A.B., VI, 1892-93. Treasurer, of Stearns & Mc- 
Kay Co., Marblehead, Mass. 

McKay, James Albert, ni, 1891-95. Mines Manager, Second National 
Bank Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

McKay, Mary C. 1876-77. See Bliss, Mrs. Edward P. 

Mackay, Mrs. John D. (Kincaide Martha Christie), 1900-01. 64 Merry- 
mount Road, Quincy, Mass. 

McKay, Richard V(incent), m, '06. Superintendent, Blast Furnaces, 
Pennsylvania Steel Co., Steelton, Pa. 

McKechnie, B(enjamin) E(dward), m, '02. Superintendent of Concen- 
trator, Pennsylvania Steel Co., Lebanon, Pa. 

MacKeen, Isaac Abner, I, 1896-98. Died, 1900. 

McKell, WiUiam, m, 1895-97. McKell Coal & Coke Co., Glen Jean, W.Va. 

McKellops, Leo G(regory), 1887-88. 

McKelvey, L(ucius) B(laine), m, 1899-02. Merchant, The G. M. Mc- 
Kelvey Co., West Federal St., Youngstown, Ohio. 

McKenna, A(lexander) G(eorge), V, '91. Metallurgical Superintendent, 
Washington Steel & Ordnance Co., Washington, D.C. • 

McKenna, John A(ndrew), B.A., n, '03. Engineer, Service Department 
(Militia and Defence), Ottawa, Ontario. 

McKenzie, Donald N(eil), IV, 1890-92. 1893-94. Architect, 2107 1-2 Post- 
Office St., Galveston, Texas. 

MacKenzie, John David, ra, '11. Instructor in Geology, Cornell Uni- 
versity,^! thaca, N.Y. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 269 

Mackenzie, Morell, II, 'n. Industrial Engineer, Glenlyon Dyeworks, 

Saylesville, R.L 
McKernan, George Edward, I, 1906-08. Assistant Engineer, Dedham 

Pumping Station, with Percy M. Blake, Civil Engineer, 815 Wash- 
ington St., Newtonville, Mass. 
McKernan, Joseph N(ewall), I, '06. Civil Engineer, Superintendent Plaln- 

ville Water Co., Box 149, Plainville, Conn. 
McKibben, Frank P(ape), I, '94. Professor of Civil Engineering, Lehigh 

University, South Bethlehem, Pa. 
McKibben, Herbert D(ay), II, 1904-os. Concrete Construction, Esterly 

Construction Co., 2136 Center St., Berkeley, Cal. 
Mackie, Mitchell, VI, 1901-03. President, Commercial Auto Co., 192 

Greenbush St., Milwaukee, Wis. 
McKae, Thomas, 1894-95- 
McKim, Alex(ander) Rice, I, '06. Architect and Engineer, 17 Gramercy 

Park, New York, N.Y. 
McKinney, C. Edward, Jr., 1900-01. 
Mackintosh, Edmund, III, 1881-83. 
Mackintosh, Fred(erick), 1882-84. Designing and Electrical Engineer, 

with the General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
McKissick, Stuart, X, 1897-98. 

MacKoon, Frederic Hall, VI, 1896-97. Died July 16, 1897. 
Maclachlan, Andrew Dugald, VIII, 1892-95. Bookseller and Stationer, 502 

Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
McLane, William L., 1870-71. 
McLaren, George Saunders, VI, 1890-92. 
McLaughlin, Peter Francis, rv, 1906-08. Architect, McLaughlin & Siebert, 

Architects, North St., Pittsfield, Mass. 
McLaughlin, Thomas Francis, I, 1907-09. Student at Yale University, 51 

Creighton St., Roxbury, Mass. 
McLauthlin, George Vincent, v, '88. Died August 14, 1892. 
McLauthlin, Parker Reed, vil, 1895-96. Died April 23, 1896. 
McLean, Duncan Crawford, n, 1895-96. 
McLean, R(obert) "W(alter), II, '05. Engineer with the Carver Cotton 

Gin Co., East Bridgewater, Mass. 
McLellon, Errett Elmer, 1902-03. Died May 22, 1904. 
MacLeod, Grace, V, '01. Instructor in Physics and Chemistry, School 

of Household Science and Arts, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
McLeod, Malcolm, ll, vi, 1903-05. Died, 1906. 
McLeod, Percy De Mille, Vll, 1889-90. 
McManus, Edward T., 1865-67. Died, 1869. 
McManus, J(ames) (Thomas) Reid, I, '95. President, John W. McManus 

Co., Limited, Memramcook, New Brunswick, Canada. 
McManus, John (Herbert), XI, '05. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water 

Supply, City of New York, Brown Station, N.Y. 
McMaster, George A., IV, 1870-71. 



270 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

McMaster, Herbert Milton, VI, 1896-00. Sales Agent, General Electric 

Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
McMaster, Jennie K(irby), IV, 189&-99. Architectural Perspectives, 157 

Grafton Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
McMenimen, William Vincent, I, 1899-03. With Raymond Concrete Tile 

Go., Marquette, Mich. 
MacMillan, Frederick Ebenezer, 1902-03. 1801 Beacon St., Brookline, 

Mass. 
McMillan, John P(rimrose), X, '97. In Private Business, 708 Fifth St., 

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 
McMillan, Lee Richards, IV, 1908-09. 1564 Peters Ave., New Orleans, 

La. 
McMillin, John M(ilton), III, '07. Engineer with Henry L. Doherty & Co., 

Bankers, Owners and Operators of Gas and Electric Properties, 60 

Wall St., New York, N.Y. 
McMorrow, John Francis, VI, 1907-08. 57 Wachusett St., Forest Hills, 

Mass. 
McMuUan, William P., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. Agent, Naumkeag 

Steam Cotton Co., Salem, Mass. 
McMurtrie, Douglas Crawford, VI, 1906-09. Publisher, 296 Metropolitan 

Tower, New York, N.Y. 
McMurtry, Charles Wood, 1891-92. 

McNamara, John Daniel, 1906-10. 91 Oak St., Boston, Mass. 
McNamee, John Francis, I, 1906-07. 804 Main St., Cambridge, Mass. 
MacNaughton, E(mest) B(oyd), rv, '02. Manager, Beacon Investment Co., 

606 Concord Building, Portland, Ore. 
McNear, Mary Isabella, 1890-91. 21 Oak St., Everett, Mass. 
McNeil, Grant Charles, II, 1884-85. Deceased. 
MacNeil, Hector, I, '01. Division Engineer, National Transcontinental 

Railway, Chipman, New Brunswick. 
MacNutt, J(oseph) Scott, A.B., vil, '08. Health Officer, 227 Main St., 

Orange, N.J. 
Macomber, Alexander, VI, '07. Engineer, with Chas. H. Tenney & Co., 

Gas & Electric Properties, 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Macomber, Alice M., 1891-92. See Greenwood, Mrs. Robert. 
Macomber, Chandler, 1873-74. 
Macomber, Ella Louise, V, 1881-82. Teacher, Bowdoin School, Boston, 

Mass. 
Macomber, John K., S.B., 1872-73- Deceased. 
Macomber, John Russell, 1893-94. 35 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 
McPhee, Harold Evan, VI, 1904-08. Proprietor of "The McPhee Co.," 

Electrical Contractors and Engineers, Box 272, South Framingham, 

Mass. 
Macpherson, H(erbert) A(ustin), XIII, '00. With the American Telephone 

& Telegraph Company, 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 
MacPherson, Roy Gay, II, ■'u. With Perfection Cotton Fibre Co., Ad- 
dress, 30 Pine St., So. Framingham, Mass. 



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McQuaid, J(ohn) D(elaney), II, '04. Secretary, Goetz Silk Manufacturing 
Co., 148 5th Ave., New York, N.Y. 

McQuesten, Frederick, 1875-77. Retired. 27 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 

McQuesten, Geo(rge) E(dward), VI, '93. Treasurer, Geo. McQuesten 
Co., 27 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 

MacRae, Donald, ll, 1881-83. Wilmington, N.C. 

MacRae, George W(adsworth), VI, '10. With the American Telephone 
& Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

McRae, H(enry) C(linton), B.A., XI, 1905-07. Assistant Division Engineer, 
Baltimore Sewerage Commission, American Building, Baltimore, Md. 

MacRae, Hugh, in, '85. Banker, Southern Building, Wilmington, N.C. 

MacRae, Lillian Julia, VII, 1894-95, 1899-00. Teacher, South Boston High 
School, So. Boston, Mass. 

Macrum, Jessie Glyde, VII, 1894-95- See Matthews, Mrs. 

McSorley, John James, vi, 1893-94. 

McSweeney, Daniel J., A.B., VI, 1889-90. 

McTigue, George Joseph, VI, 1904-08. 131 Pine St., Holyoke, Mass. 

McVay, Howard Guy, II, 1903-05. New England Inspector, Lanston Mon- 
otype Machine Co., 170 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 

McVickar, Edward, 1897-98. Died May 31, 1910. 

Macy, Cora Dana, v, 1881-82. 

Maddock, Mrs. C. S., Jr., (Middleton, Elizabeth Hall), vil, 1902-03. Tren- 
ton, N.J. 

Maddux, Lewis Jordan, 1898-99. 

Madenigian, Kevork, I, '09. Designer in Reinforced Concrete, New York 
Central & Hudson River Railroad, Engineering Department, Grand 
Central Terminal, New York, N.Y. 

Mader, William Thomas Patterson, 1901-02. 45 Cabot St., Beverly, 
Mass. 

Madero, Alberto, II, 1897-01. Parras, Coahuila, Mexico. 

Madero, Alfonso, ill, 1897-99- Monterey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 

Madero, Benjamin, X, 1902-04. Parras, Coahuila, Mexico. 

Madero, Emilio, III, 1897-02. Monterey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 

Madero, Julio, III, 1903-04. Monterey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 

Madero, Salvador S(ilvestre), ill, 'oi. With Salvador Madero & Co., 
Rubber Manufacturers, Parras, Coahuila, Mexico. 

Madison, James, 1891-92. 17 Ball St., Boston, Mass. 

Magdeburg, Frederick William, iv, 1898-00. 49 Morgan St., Melrose High- 
lands, Mass. 

Magee, Frank A., 1870-73. With Magee Furnace Co., Chelsea, Mass. 

Magee, Geo(rge) H(ugh), 11, '10. With Western Electric Co., 463 West 
St, New York, N.Y. 

Magee, George Merrill, iv, '04, IV, S.M., '05. Died February 7, 1909. 

Magee, Guy, Jr., 1895-99- With Imperial Railroad, North China. 

Magee, John, Jr., Il, 1895-97. Irrigation and Drainage Engineer, Steger 
Building, Chicago, 111. 

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Maglott,G(eorge)F(re(ierick),B.S.,XI,'io. Superintendent, Sewage Disposal, 
Sanitary District of Chicago, 39th St. Pumping Station, Chicago, III. 

Magnitzsky, Albert Louis, II, 1895^)4. 127 Chestnut Ave., Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. 

Magnuson, Mark G(raham), ill, '04. Manager, Standard Grain Co.; 
Superintendent, The Northwestern Elevator Co., 61 Chamber of 
Commerce, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Magoon, Charles Alden, vn, 1910-11. St. Albans, Me. 

Magoun, Henry A., 1882-83. Vice-President, New York Shipbuilding Co., 
Camden, N.J. 

Magrane, Patrick Henry, IX, 1898-01. Merchant, 465-481 Washington St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Magrath, Charles Bolton, B.Sc, II, S.M., 'u. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. 

Magruder, Charles Brooke, Mechanic Arts, 1901-02. Died, March 9, 1904. 

Magruder, Hugh Sisson, iv, 1893-94. Deceased. 

Mague, Francis J(oseph), I, '02. General Contractor, Landscape and 
Engineering Construction, West Newton, Mass. 

Maguire, Charles Augustine Paul, I, 1907-09. Secretary, Charles B. 
Maguire Co., 48 Custom House St., Providence, R.I. 

Maguire, Joseph T(ravers), 1896-97. Leading Draughtsman, Bureau of 
Yards and Docks, Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 

Maguire, T(homas) F(rancis) J(aines), VI, '97. Heating and Ventilating 
Engineer, District of Columbia, Washington, D.C. 

Mahar, James J(oseph), II, '02. Assistant Heating Engineer, Boston 
School House Department, 120 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Mahar, John T(heodore), II, '07. With the American Agricultural Chemi- 
cal Co., 92 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Maher, Edward Francis, IV, i883-«5. Architect, 100 Boylston St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Mahler, James John, Jr., VI, 1903-05. Grafton, N.Dak. 

Mahon, Ross LeHunt, II, 1889-90. Printer and Publisher, Riverside Print- 
ing Co., Port Huron, Mich. 

Mahon, W(illia)m L' (Estrange), Ph.B., II, 1883-86. Sales Engineer, Titan 
Steel Casting Co., Chapel St., Newark, N.J. 

Mahoney, Joseph Michael, VI, '97. Died August, 1907. 

Mahoney, William Edward, I, II, 1904-07. Hopkinton, Mass. 

Mahoney, William Francis, 1891-92. 

Mahoney, William Thomas, II, 1907-08. 427 E. 5th St., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Mahony, Marion Lucy, rv, '94. See Griffin, Marion M. 

Mahr, Hermann W(illiam), V, '07. Engineering Chemist, City of New 
York, 127 Franklin St., New York, N.Y. 

Mailey, R(oy) D(avis), VIII, '04. Research Associate in Physical Chem- 
istry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Main, Charles R(eed), B.S., II, '09. With Stone & Webster Construction 
Co., 333 Forsyth Building, Fresno, Cal. 

Main, Cha(rle)s T(homas), II, '76. Mill Engineer and Architect, 201 Dev- 
onshire St., Boston, Mass. 



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Major, Kennetli Olwell, XIII, 1903-04. Banker, Guaranty Trust Co. of 
New York, 28 Nassau St., New York, N.Y. 

Maker, Edward Randall, i886-«7. 

Maki, Heiichiro, VI, '93- 488 Shirokane Sankocho, Tokyo, Japan. 

Makino Kiyo, VII, 1903-05. St. Margaret's School, 26 Akashicho, Tsukiji, 
Tokyo, Japan. 

Malchy, Jeremiall W., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Malcolm, Sydney Arnold, XI, '10. Died January 3, 1912. 

Malone, John Francis, Jr., XIII, 1908-09. Engineer, City Survey Division, 
Department of Public Works, Buffalo, N.Y. 

Maloy, George W., 1869-70. Sales Manager, Boylston Manufacturing 
Co., 251 A St., South Boston, Mass. 

Maltby, Margaret E(liza), A.M., Ph.D., VIII, '91. Teacher, Barnard College, 
Columbia University, New York, N.Y. 

Manahan, Elmer G(ove), XI, '92. In charge of Filtration Division, De- 
partment of Water Supply, Gas, and Electricity, 13 Park Row, New 
York, N.Y. 

Manahan, John H(enry), VI, '96. Consulting Engineer, 231 Edge Hill 
Road, East Milton, Mass. 

Manahan, Robert F(ulton), m, '03. Mining Engineer, 1218 Massachu- 
setts Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

Mandeville, William Harry, 1895-96. Field Manager, The Medium Gas & 
Fuel Co., Producers of Natural Gas, Ashland, Ohio. 

Manley, Henry, Jr., v, 1898-99. Civil Engineer, 116 Mt. Vernon St., West 
Roxbury, Mass. 

Manley, Harry Lester, I, 'u. Assistant in Civil Engineering, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Manley, Lawrence B(radford), I, '92. Assistant Engineer, Boston Tran- 
sit Commission, 15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Manley, Sumner M(arshall), II, '00. Assistant Mechanical Engineer, 
Proctor & Gamble Co., Ivorydale, Ohio. 

Mann, Arthur Hungerford, 1893-94- 

Mann, Arthur S(imonds), II, '88. Mechanical Engineer, General Elec- 
tric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Maim, Bertram H(askell), VI, '90. Signal Engineer, Missouri Pacific 
System, Seventh and Market Sts., St. Louis, Mo. 

Mann, Forrest Clinton, 1888-89. 

Mann, Frederick M(aynard), C.E., IV, '94, IV, S.M., '95. Professor of Archi- 
tecture, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

Mann, George R., rv, 1875-76. 

Mann, Herbert James, n, 1902-06. P.O. Box 826, Globe, Ariz. 

Mann, Martha R., vn, 1898-99. 

Mann, Paul F(ord), A.B., IV, 1903-06. Architect, 37 Allen St., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Mann, Mrs. Ralph H. (Johnson, Flora Augusta), IV, 1906-09. Pine St., 
Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass. 

Mann, William Seward, ill, 1904-05. Pilones Mining Co., La Portilla, 
Durango, Mexico. 
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274 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Mannesmann, Robert, m, 1891-92. 

Mannheimer, Alma, 1897-98. 

Manning, Alice Lee, V, VII, 1895-98. Teacher of Cooking, Public Schools. 

Address, 145 Adams St., Milton, Mass. 
Manning, Benjamin Fletcher, Mechanic Arts, 1893-94. 
Manning, Charles Nelson, II, 1904-06. 32 Lake St., Somerville, Mass. 
Manning, Chauncey Percival, II, 1898-02. With The Noiseless Typewriter 

Co., Middletown, Conn. 
Manning, Eleanor, IV, '06. Architectural Draughtsman, 717 Tremont 

Building, Boston, Mass. 
Manning, George Lincoln, ll, 1883-86. 
Manning, H(enry) G(eer), II, '82. Chief Engineer, Ross Pumping Station, 

City of Pittsburgh, P.O. Box 172, E. Liberty Station, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Maiming, Horace, v, 1893-95. Accountant, 11 29 First National Bank Build- 
ing, Chicago, 111. 
Manning, J(acob) Woodward, 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., 1885-86. 

Landscape Designer and Nursery man, 128 High St., Reading, Mass. 
Maiming, R(alph) E(ric), VI, '08. Assistant Engineer, with the Associated 

Fac-iory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Manny, Edmimd Arthur, Jr., IV, 1887-88. Architect, 906 Security Build- 
ing, St. Louis, Mo. 
Mansfield, A(lbert) K., 1868-71. 283 Lincoln Ave., Salem, Ohio. 
Mansfield, Albert P(reston), VI. '07. With the General Electric Co., 

Lynn, Mass. 
Mansfield, Arthur N(ewhall), VIII, '91. President, Union Fuel Co., 18 

Post-office Square, Boston, Mass. 
Mansfield, Edward S(tacey), VI, '96. With Edison Electric Illuminating 

Co., 39 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Mansfield, Frank, I, 1877-81. 
Mansfield, Frank Erastus, I, 1893-97. Representative of Holophane Co., 

Newark, Ohio. 
Mansfield, George W(hite), ill, '82. Electric Solicitor, Tampa Electric 

Co., Tampa, Fla. 
Mansfield, Gideon M., 1870-71. Certified Public Accountant and Audi- 
tor, 53 State St., Room 606, Boston, Mass. 
Mansfield, Harvey M(oore), III, '83. Assistant Superintendent, Palmetto 

Phosphate Co., Tiger Bay, Fla. 
Mansfield, Henry Kimball, I, 1887-89. Wholesale Druggist, 92 Canal St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Mansfield, King William, II, 1887-91. Westport, Conn. 
Mansfield, Lott, 1880-81. 86 Longwood Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Mansfield, Richard H(erbert), VI, '92. Secretary, The Cutler-Hammer 

Manufacturing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Mansfield, Stanley Allan, Xl, 1893-94- Buyer, Union Hardware & Electric 

Supply Co., Providence, R.I. 
Mansfield, William Bums, ill, 1898-99. Mining Engineer, 318 Merchants' 

Trust Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 



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Manson, Arthur J(ames), VI, '05. Assistant to Special Representative, 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 165 Broadway, New 
York, N.Y. 

Manson, Edmund S(ewall), Jr., VIII, '97, VIII, S.M., '98. Associate Profes- 
sor of Astronomy, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 

Manson, Edward S(cholfield), VI, '06. Irrigation Engineer, Moses Lake, 
Land & Irrigation Co., 475 Arcade Annex, Seattle, Wash. 

Manson, Gyula Bennett, ill, '04. Died June 17, 1906. 

Manson, Harold C(rosby), II, '10. Salesman, Franklin Motor Car Co., 
31 Livingston St., Boston, Mass. 

Manson, John Eaton, 1893-94. Died January 6, 1894. 

Mansur, George "Warren, IV, 1887-88. Hydraulic Engineer (Locks and 
Canals), 69 Broadway, Lowell, Mass. 

Mansur, James Henry, iv, 1887-88. 

Mansur, Leon Wallace, 1891-93. Houlton, Me. 

Manta, Philip Prada, I, II, 1901-03. Provincetown, Mass. 

Manter, Carlton Holmes, II, 1901-03. 234 W. Newton St., Boston, Mass. 

Mara, Joseph Lawrence, v, 1894-95- 

Mara, Susan Louise, V, 1897-99- 

Marble, Albion Merton, IV, 1878-80. Died May 23, 1909. 

Marble, Dwight Newcomb, VI, '95. Died September 8, 1900. 

Marble, Louis Cartwright, I, 1892-95- Civil Engineer, 1005 Schofield Build- 
ing, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Marble, "Walter P., 1878-79. School of Mechanic Arts. 

Marbury, David Hatton, ll, 1889-90. 

March, Clement, I, '91. 

March, "William (Henry), IV, 1907-10. Architect, with E. T. P. Graham, 
Boston, Mass. Address, Flo-Clair-Place, Mobile, Ala. 

Marcus, Henry C(harles), ill, '01. Merchant, A. W. Pike & Co., Inc., 711 
Mission St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Marcy, George D(aniel), 1885-87. Clerk, Eldridge Brewing Co., Ports- 
mouth, N.H. 

Marcy, G(rosvenor) D(e"Witt), II, '05- Secretary, Sampson & Murdock Co., 
246 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 

Marcy, Henry O(rlando), Jr., A.B., M.D., VII, 1894-95- Physician and Sur- 
geon, 180 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Marcy, "Willard Adna, II, '93- Engineer, Lamson Consolidated Store 
Service Co., 161 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Mardick, John Rice, V, '02. Tannery Expert and Engineer, A. Klipstein 
& Co., 82 Beaver St., New York, N.Y. 

Marion, F(rederick) L(ucius), VII, 1900-01. Inspector of Food and Drugs, 
State Board ot Health, 145 State House, Boston, Mass. 

Marion, "William C, 1871-73 - 

Mark, Mrs. Kenneth L. ("Wetherbee, Florence), v, '04- 214 South Hunt- 
ington Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Markel, Pryor Lee, 1887-88. 

Markiewitz, David, 1899-00. 



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Markoe, George B., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Marmon, "W(alter) C(arpenter), II, '95. President, Nordyke & Marmon 

Co., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Maroney, Agnes Teresa, VII, IX, 1901-02. See Santry, Mrs. James W. 
Marquand, Philip, I, '91. With Allen, Sand & Co., Bankers, 44 Pine St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Marques, Jono F., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Marquez, Francisco Davila, Vl, 1904-06. 

Mart, Thomas Scott, Jr., IV, 1891-92. 76-85 Chamber of Commerce, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Marsh, Alden Pope, 1888-89. Assistant to Superintendent, Wire and Con- 
duits, Boston Elevated Railway, 552 Harrison Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Marsh, Edmund Parsons, II, 1885-88. P.O. Box 791, Springfield, Mass. 

Marsh, Edward H(arvey), M.D., XI, xni, 1903-05. Physician, 448 Ninth St., 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Marsh, Geo(rge) E(verett), VIII, '02. Instructor in Electrical Engineer- 
ing, Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago, 111. 

Marsh, Howard Lyford, 1902-03. Salesman, with J. H. Lane & Co., Inc., 
no Worth St., New York, N.Y. 

Marsh, Richard Oglesby, I, 1901-05. Warsaw, 111. 

Marsh, Robert Penniman, II, 1899-01. Broker, Thompson, Towle & Co., 
318 Main St., Springfield, Mass. 

Marsh, William Coolbaugh, IX, 1902-05. P.O. Box 222, Warsaw, 111. 

Marshall, Albert T(isdale), B.S., M.E., II, 1893-94. Chief Mechanical Engi- 
neer, Automatic Refrigerating Co., Hartford, Conn. 

Marshall, Dimbar, 1879-60. 

Marshall, Harry Hale, 1898-00. So. Framingham, Mass. 

Marshall, Henry H(erbert), II, '09. With the Automatic Refrigerating 
Co., Hartford, Conn. 

Marshall, Herman W(eston), M.D., VII, '97. Physician, 8 Marlborough 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Marshall, W(illia)m A(damson), X, '98. Receiver, The Austin Manhattan 
Consolidated Mining Co., Austin, Nev. 

Marshall, William R., 1886-87. 

Marston, John Rufus, V, X, 1900-04. Chief Chemist, Selby Smelting & 
Lead Co., Selby, Cal. 

Marston, Nathaniel Sidney, VI, 'n. Assistant in Electrical Engineering, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Marston, W(illia)m Woodruff, n, 1902-03. University School for Boys, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Martenet, Simon J(onas), Jr., V, 190&-03. 

Martin, Mrs. Albert H. (Ham, Clara), vn, '03. 20 Queen St., Franklin, 
Mass. 

Martin, Arthur Safford, III, XII, 1899-03. 

Martin, Charles Edwin, v, 1886-90. 

Martin, Cha(rle)s E(verett), IV, '01. With Engineering Department of 
Boston & Maine Railroad, North Station, Boston, Mass. 



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Martin, Edward B., 1872-73- Expert Accountant, Turner, Tucker & Co., 

24 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Martin, Frank H., 1896-97- 

Martin, Henry, V, '85. 8 Pine St., Glens Falls, N.Y. 
Martin, Horace B., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Martin, Leonora De Laval, A.B., 1897-98. 
Martin, Thomdike DeV(ries), II, '10. 53 Chestnut Hill Ave., Brighton, 

Mass. 
Martin, Waldo Allen, II, 1886-89. 64 Maple St., Milton, Mass. 
Martin, Walter I(rving), I, '01. Martinoaks, Barrington, 111. 
Martin, William Chaille, V, '03. Died November 20, 1904. 
Martin, William Heimick, VI, 'n. Engineering Department, American 

Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 
Martin, William H(enry), I, 1903-07. Assistant Engineer, Power Con- 
struction Co., Shelburne Falls, Mass. 
Martin, Wisner B(ell), S.B., 1886-87. Architect, 141 Milk St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Martinez, Rolando A(rnoldo), I, '08, l, S.M., '10. First Engineer-in-charge, 

Paving of City of Havana, Alcantarillado Arsenal, Havana, Cuba. 
Marvell, Edward I(ra), II, 1890-92. Mill Engineer and Architect, 57 North 

Main St., Fall River, Mass. 
Marvin, David Patterson, XIII, 1903-08. Cadet, U.S. Revenue Cutter 

Service, Fort Trumbull, New London, Conn. 
Marvin, Fred H., 1891-92. 
Marvin, George Adams, 1901-02. 
Marvin, Gertrude Leavenworth, v, vri, 1907-08. 51 Pinckney St., Boston, 



Marvin, Howard, II, 1903-05. Chief Rate Setter, Piece Work Rates De- 
partment, Turbine Department, General Electric Company, Lynn, 
Mass. 

Marvin, John R(eginold), II, '02. With Western Electric Co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Marvin, J(oseph) B(enson), Jr., v, 1901-02. 1385 South 4th St., Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

Marvin, Jiilia Rogers, 1892-93. Deceased. 

Marx, Sam(uel) A(braham), IV. '07. Of Lebenbaum & Marx, Architects, 
1508 Chicago Savings Bank Building, Chicago, 111. 

Masjoan, Valerio, xni, '09. Care of Juan S. Atwell, 2016 Hillyer Place, 
Washington, D.C. 

Mason, Austin B(lake), A.B., I, '10. Civil Engineer, with Stone & Webster 
Construction Co., Fresno, Cal. 

Mason, Earl P(otter), n, '97. Secretary and Superintendent, Newport 
Engineering Works, Newport, R.I. 

Mason, Elizabeth S(paulding), V, 1888-89, 1890-93. Associate Professor of 
Chemistry, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. 

Mason, Eugene Waterman, Jr., rv, 1900-04. 149 Waterman St., Providence, 
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278 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGl 

Mason, Frank Henry, XI, 1898-99. Chief Engineer, Central Maine Power 

Co., Waterville, Me. 
Mason, Frederic, 1882-83. 

Mason, George Carrington, xill, 1905-07. 384 Ontario St., Chicago, 111. 
Mason, Henry Eager, 1889-90. 
Mason, Howell Rogers, 1879-80. 
Mason, John R., A.M., LL.D., 1869-70. Law^'er and Referee in Bankruptcy, 

16 Central St., Bangor, Me. 
Mason, M(arquis) E(dgar), v, '04. Consulting Chemical Expert, 1030 

North Branch St., Chicago, 111. 
Mason, S(ampson) D(ouglas), I, '70. Assistant Engineer, United States 

Fortification Works, Fort Worden via Fort Townsend, Wash. 
Mason, Stephen N(ickerson), X, '03. Chemist, Ayer Mills, Lawrence, 

Mass. 
Mason, W(illia)m A., 1871-73. Director of Drawing, Public Schools of 

Philadelphia, City Hall, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mason, William Chipman, v, 1892-94. 109 Gainsborough St., Boston, Mass. 
Mason, Willis H(arold), II, 1905-07. Sales Manager, Marcus Mason & 

Co., Coffee Plantation Machinery, So. Framingham, Mass. 
Massey, Frederick Victor, 1889-90. Died November 15, 1889. 
Masters, Everett Hamilton, Mechanic Arts, 1893-94. Teacher, Central High 

School, Manual Training Department, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Masters, Frank B(ird), n, "95. Illustrator, 45 East 59th St., New York, 

N.Y. 
Matamoros-Loria, Juan, l, 1907-08, 1909-10. San Jose, Costa Rica. 
Mather, G(eorge) E(verett), xi, '02. Western Electric Co., 463 West St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Mather, John, vi, 1903-07. 
Mather, Robert Harrison, 1905-06, 1907-09. Electrician on Construction 

Work, Windsor Locks, Conn. 
Mathesius, A(nthony) P(aul), II, '07. Care of Development Department, 

E. I. duPont de Nemours Powder Co., Wilmington, Del. 
Mathesius, Frederick, Jr., IV, 1900-02. Architect, 103 Park Ave., New 

York, N.Y. 
Matheson, W(illia)m Scott, II, '99. Estimator, Seattle Construction 

and Dry Dock Co., Seattle, Wash. 
Mathews, Albert P(rescott), Ph.D., VII, '92. Professor of Physiological 

Chemistry, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
Mathews, George E(ugene), IV, '98. Architect, with Frank M. Andrews 

& Co., Waldorf Astoria, New York, N.Y. 
Mathews, Mrs. (Macrvun^ Jessie Glyde), 1894-95. 
Mathews, John Lathrop, XIII, 1893-94. Normandy, Mo. 
Mathews, Mary Elizabeth, VII, 1892-93, 1894-95. 149 State St., Painesville, 

Ohio. 
Mathews, William John, 1897-98. 
Mathewson, Jesse Follett, vi, 1907-08. Deceased. 
Mathewson, Mary W., Vin, 1881-82. 



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Mathison, William E(dward) H(ulbert), B.A., ill, '06. 80 Ingersoll Grove, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Mathur, Bala Pershad, VI, 1908-10. Electrical Engineer, Yakootpoora 

Hyderabad, Deccan, India. 
Matte, Andrew L(ewis), VI, '09. No. Adams, Mass. 
Matte, Joseph, I, '09. Contracting Engineer, Providence Steel & Iron Co., 

Providence, R.I. 
Matteossian, Zenas N(erses), IV, '03. Architectural Draughtsman, with 

Cass Gilbert, 11 E. 24th St., New York, N.Y. 
Matteson, Paul, XI, 1907-08. 10 Weybosset St., Providence, R.I. 
Matthes, Francois E(mile), I, '95. Topographic Inspector, U.S. Geo- 
graphical Survey, Washington, D.C. 
Matthes, Gerard H(endrick), I, '95. Hydraulic Engineer, care of Pitts- 
burgh Hydro-Electric Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Matthews, George T., 1878-79. School of Mechanic Arts. 
Matthies, W(illia)m H(ugo), VI, '02. Engineer, Western Electric Co., 

Bell Telephone M'fg. Co., 18 rue Boudewyns, Antwerp, Belgium. 
Mattocks, William Skinner, II, 1892-94- Electrical Engineer, Switchboard 

Department, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
Mauran, Frederick L., 1869-70. Died June 23, 1882. 
Mauran, John Lawrence, IV, 1885-89. Architect, Mauran, Russell & 

Crowell, Chemical Building, St. Louis, Mo. 
Mauran, Max, 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Maury, John William Draper, B.S., M.D., 1891-92- Now Draper, John 

W(illiam), Hastings upon Hudson, N.Y. 
Maury, Mytton, vil, 188&-89. 
Maverick, Samuel Augustus, 1891-93. Storekeeper, U.S. Customs Service, 

Custom House, Galveston, Texas. 
Maxcy, Edgar C, 1877-78. Manufacturer, 5155 Wakefield St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Maxcy, Robert Farrington, iv, 1906-08. Manager, New England Cabinet 

Works, Portland, Me. 
Maxfield, Daniel E(llwood), II, '00. Assistant Superintendent, Camden 

Iron Works, Camden, N.J. 
Maxfield, Jos(eph) P(ease), XIV, '10. Assistant in Electro-Chemistry, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Maxfield, Louis Henry, XIII, 1902-03. Lieutenant, U.S. Navy, U.S.S. 

Paducah, care of Postmaster, New York, N.Y. 
Maxim, Hiram P., '86, School of Mechanic Arts. With Electric Vehicle Co., 

Hartford, Conn. 
Maxson, Harry Wescote, IV, 1897-01. With Sales Department, Carnegie 

Steel Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Maxwell, Donald H(ebard), XI, '08. Assistant Engineer, with Alvord & 

Burdick, Sanitary and Hydraulic Engineers, 1418 Hartford Building, 

Chicago, 111. 
Maxwell, Frank Flagg, 1891-95. Of F. F. Maxwell & Co., Merchandise 

Brokers, 712 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. 



28o MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Maxwell, J(esse) Worth, B.S., ill, '08. Mine Superintendent, Central Chile 
Copper Co., Limited, Panulcillo, Coquimbo, Chile. 

Maxwell, Ruth, 1904-08. 1436 Forest Ave., Wilmette, 111. 

Maxwell, William R., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

May, E(dward) B(enjamin), Mechanic Arts, 1891-92. Manual Training 
Instructor, Townsend Industrial School, 13 Powell Ave., Newport, 
R.I. 

May, Ernest Silas, 1884-85. With Jeremiah Williams & Co., Wool Busi- 
ness, 481 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 

May, Frank A., 1870-73. Died January, 1884. 

May, George H(enry), v, '92. 35 Gray Cliff Road, Newton Centre, Mass. 

May, Herbert S(haw), II, '02. Manager, General Bakelite Co., 100 Wil- 
liam St., New York, N.Y. 

May, John Edward, I. 1885-87. Banker, 122 So. La Salle St., Chicago, 111. 

May, Kenneth Sargeant, XI, 1905-09. Electrical Engineer, with Stone & 
Webster, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

May, William Chance, V, '73. Died March 11, 1878. 

Mayberry, Edw(ard) L(eodore), b.l., IV, '06. Mayberry & Parker, Archi- 
tectural Engineers, 689 Pacific Electric Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Mayer, C(harles) B(enajah),iv, '05. Engineer and Sales Agent, The Trussed 
Concrete Steel Co., 321 Board of Trade Building, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Mayer, F. A., 1870-71. Died January 18, 1884. 

Mayer, Paul H(irschl), B.S., ill, '09. Research Metallurgist, American 
Smelting & Refining Co., 165 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Mayer, Virginius A(ugustus), VI, '94. Maiden, Mass. 

Mayhew, Aaron H., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. Bank Teller, Milford, 
Mass. 

Mayhew, Harold B(aker), l, 1896-99. Surveyor, U.S.S. Eagle, care of 
Postmaster, New York, N.Y. 

Maynadier, Causten Brown, 1892-93. 

Maynard, Clarence D(ickinson), l, '10. Civil Engineer, with the Boston 
Elevated Railway Co., 15 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Maynard, Fred B(ell), II, 1888-^0. Of Maynard Coffee Co., Coffee Mer- 
chants, 74 North St., Boston, Mass. 

Maynard, Mrs. Samuel T. (Barnes, Amy), V, 1879-80. Northboro, Mass. 

Mayo, Lincoln, II, 'op. 11 Robeson St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Mayo, Raymond James, IV, 1901-02. Architect, Miller & Mayo, Fidelity 
Building, Portland, Me. 

Mayo, Robert, Jr., 11, '02. Mechanical Engineer, Office of Supervising 
Architect, Treasury Department, Washington, D.C. 

Mayo, Walter J(ohn), 11, 1892-94- Of Mayo & Son, Incorporated, Woolen 
Manufacturers, Foxcroft, Me. 

Mazier, T(omas) Augusto, B.A., I, 1906-07. Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Cent. 
America. 

Mead, Adelbert F(rancis), II, 1884-86. Wholesale Fruit & Produce Com- 
mission Merchant, 74 Chandler St., West Somerville, Mass. 

Mead, Alpheus E., 1869-70. 



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Mead, Edward Arnold, VI, 1901-06. With New England Telephone & Tele- 
graph Co., Lewiston, Me. 

Mead, Edwin Bradley, IV, 1895-98. Architectural Draughtsman, John G. 
Howard, San Francisco, Cal. 

Mead, Ernest E(ugene), VI, 1892-95. President, Shasta Lime Products 
Company, San Francisco, Cal. 

Mead, Frederic Steams, m, 1880-82. Merchant, 35 North Market St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Mead, Geo(rge) H(ouk), B.L.. X, '00. President, the Mead Pulp and Paper 
Company, Dayton, Ohio. Also Vice-President and General Manager, 
The Lake Superior Paper Co., Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. 

Mead, Hobart Emery, 1888-89. West Acton, Mass. 

Mead, James Andrew, III, 1886-88. 

Mead, James Merlin, vi, 1891-92. Died September 27, 1892. 

Mead, Percy Winthrop, n, 1887-92. Deceased. 

Meade, Cha(rle)s A(rthur), I, '94- Secretary, Purchasing Committee, 
American Agricultural Chemical Co., 2 Rector St., New York, N.Y. 

Meade, Frank Bell, rv, 1885-87. Architect, of F. B. Meade & James Ham- 
ilton, 1 002-1 005 Garfield Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Meade, Maurice Patrick, iv. 1907-08. 20 East Milton Road, Brookline, 
Mass. 

Meade, William V., I, 1899-00. 

Meader, Effie Marozia, vn, 1895-96, 1897-98. Teacher, English High School, 
Lynn, Mass. 

Meaner, Wilbur A(lpheus), IV, '09. With Alden & Harlow, Architects, 
2403 Farmers' Bank Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Means, E(llison) C(ooke), ill, 1884-87. General Manager and President, 
The Lowmoor Iron Co., of Virginia, Lowmoor, Va. 

Means, James, 1869-70. 196 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Means, James, IV, 1878-80,1882-83. 827 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Means, James H(oward), A.B., M.D. II, 1902-03. Physician, Massachu- 
setts General Hospital, Boston, Mass. 

Means, Walter Keith, I, 1870-74. Died April 17, 1912. 

Mears, Henry A., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. Douglaston, N.Y. 

Mears, Henry S(avier), ni, '06. With Portland Cordage Co., Portland, 
Ore. 

Mears, J(oseph) Archi(bald), VI, '03. Sales Manager, Chalmers Chemical 
Co., Dedham, Mass. 

Medlicott, William Harding, II, 1904-06. Fire Insurance Examiner, care 
of London Association Corporation, 84 William St., New York, N.Y. 

Meggison, John Alexander, n, VI, 1901-04. 555 East 6th St., So. Boston, 
Mass. 

Meisel, Otto Carl Francis, n, 'n. 10 Upland Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 

Meiser, Rudolph J., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Melcher, Arthur C(larke), v, '00. Research Associate in Physical Chem- 
istry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Melcher, George S., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts 



282 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Mellen, Edwin D(avis), V, 1880-82. Vice-President and Secretary, The 
Beacon, Incorporated, Central Square, Cambridge, Mass. 

Mellen, Gordon McKay, IX, 1893-94, 1895-96. 61 Riverside Drive, New 
York, N.Y. 

Mellish, M(urray) H(olman), I, '10. Civil Engineer, with Barrows & 
Breed, Consulting Engineers, 6 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Melluish, J(ames) G(eorge), IX, '96. Civil and Sanitary Engineer, 222 
Unity Building, Bloomington, 111. 

Mellyn, Mary Catherine, VII, 1893-94, 1896-97, 1900-01. Director of Substi- 
tutes, School Committee Rooms, Boston, Mass. 

Melvin, Cynthia G., 1876-78. 

Mendell, Harold Hammett, 1899-01. 

Mendenhall, B(ayard) W(illiam), VI, '02. Commercial Agent, Utah Light 
& Railway Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Mendenhall, Mrs. Charles E. (Reed, Dorothy M.), B.L., M.D., 1895-96. 
Madison, Wis. 

Menke, Alvin Frederick, A.B., IV, '09-. IV, S.M., 'n. 15 Edgar St., Evans- 
ville, Ind. 

Menner, Frederic Bassett, XIII, 1904-07. With Gillette Safety Razor Co., 
41 West 1st St., So. Boston, Mass. 

Menzinsky, Andrew John, III, 1906-08. 938 McPherson Ave., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Mercer, Mrs. W. R. (Dana, Martha), 1899-00. Aldie St., Doylestown, Pa. 

Meredith, Henry, iv, 1869-70. 

Meriam, Marshall Gage, II, VI, 1901-04. With Emmons Brothers Co., 
Cost Department, Boston, Mass. 

Merrell, Cha(rle)s G(eorge), V, '88. Vice-President, Wm. S. Merrell 
Chemical Co., Fifth, Pike and Butler Sts., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Merrell, Irving S(eward), II, '96. Vice-President, Merrell-Soule Co., 
Syracuse, N.Y. 

Merriam, C(harles) A(llen), II, '06. ' Consulting Engineer, 838 Wasco 
St., Portland, Ore. 

Merriam, H(arry) B(aker), I, '86. 

Merriam, Harry C(aleb), V, '06. Superintendent, Chemical Plant, Cleve- 
land Cliffs Iron Co., Marquette, Mich. 

Merriam, Henry P(arker), VI, '86. In Private Business, 243 Waverly 
Place, New York, N.Y. 

Merrick, Charles Irving, v, 1894-97. 

Merrick, C(harles) V(an), IV, '00. Architect, with Palmer & Hornbostel, 
Hawk St. and Washington Ave., Albany, N.Y. 

Merrick, Frederic I(ckes), IV, '01. Architect, with T. E. Bellquist, 341 6th 
Aye., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Merrick, George Edward, V, '90. Died April 23, 1892. 

Merrick, Silas C(larence), II, '03. New Brighton, Pa. 

Merrick, Simmer (Bumham), II, 1884-87. President, The Continental Sup- 
ply Co., Third National Bank Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

Merrick, William, a.b., iv, 1871-73. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 283 

Merrill, Albert S(i(iney), x, '00. Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. 

Merrill, Alden, V, '06. Assistant Chemist, with the American Brass Co., 
Waterbury, Conn. 

Merrill, Alice Marion, V, 1888-89. Teacher, Somerville English High School, 
Somerville, Mass. 

Merrill, A(llyne) L(itchfield), II, '85. Professor of Mechanism, and Sec- 
retary of the Faculty, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 
Mass. 

Merrill, Alonzo Powers, 1903-04. Skowhegan, Me. 

Merrill, Ambrose M(oody), XIII, '04. Ship Draughtsman, Construction and 
Repair Department, U.S. Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Merrill, Arthur Clement, II, 1904-07. Economic Engineer, Philip Carey 
Co., 13th and Hamilton Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Merrill, Arthur Potter, iv, 1899-01. Sales Manager, Holland Cook Manu- 
facturing Co., Tacoma, Wash. 

Merrill, Charles Henry, 1883-84. 

Merrill, Eben Giles, I. '85. Died October 12, 1878. 

Merrill, E(dward) D(earbom), Ph.B., I, '09. Assistant Engineer, Union 
Pacific Railroad, Omaha, Nebr. 

Merrill, Edward F(rancis), II, '10. Engineer, with the Oliver Iron Mining 
Co., Hibbing, Minn. 

Merrill, Florence, V, vil, 1902-03. 

Merrill, Frank A(bner), II, 1884-Ss. Of Merrill, Oldham & Co., Bankers, 
35 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Merrill, Frank H(enry), X, '93. Superintendent, Los Angeles Soap Co., 
633 East First St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Merrill, George A(lbert), xi, '92. 

Merrill, G(eorge) E(amest), iv, 1889-90, 1891-93. With John M. Ewen Co., 
Engineers and Builders, 525 Rookery Building, Chicago, 111. 

Merrill, H(erbert) C(handler), X, '03. Cassella Color Co., 39 Oliver St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Merrill, Inez, VII, 1902-03. 

Merrill, Jason L(eslie), Ph.B., V, '05. Chemist, Bureau of Chemistry, 
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 

Merrill, Leonard Martin, v, 1907-09. Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. 

Merrill, Leslie E(aton), II, '01. Clerk to Superintendent, Pittsburgh Valve 
& Fittings Co., Barberton, Ohio. 

Merrill, N(athan) Frederick, Ph.D., V, '70. Professor of Chemistry, Univer- 
sity of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. 

Merrill, Oscar C(harles), A.B., I, '05. Chief Engineer, Forest Service, 
U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1025 First National Bank Building, 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Merrill, Thomas W., 1867-68. Died January 21, 1902. 

Merrill, William Henry, Jr., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., VI, 
1885-89. Manager, Underwriters' Laboratories, 207 E. Ohio St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 



284 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Merriman, Fred K(nights), I, '04. Instructor-in-charge, Civil Engineer- 
ing Department, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. 
Merriman, Thttrston C(ables), in, '09. Chemist, with the Coe Brass Man- 
ufacturing Co., Waterbury, Conn. 
Merriss, George Frederic Carpenter, I, '95- Died March 4, 1899. 
Merritt, Aaron Riley, IV, 1905-06. Architect, Harris & Merritt, Erie County 

Bank Building, East Aurora, N.Y. 
Merrow, Harold K(ay), X, '06. Of Merrow Brothers, 44 North Market St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Merrow, John William, A.B., IV, 1904-06. Architect, 145 W. 23d St., New 

York, N.Y. 
Merry, A(ugustus) B(radford), I, '10. Transitman, Isthmian Canal 

Commission, Naos Island, Balboa, Canal Zone. 
Merryman, W(illiam) C(ixrtis), A.M., C.E.. I, 1882-83. Civil Engineer, 537 

West 149th St., New York, N.Y. 
Merryweather, G(eorge) E(dmund), n, '96. President, the Motch & 

Merry weather Machinery Co., 711 Lakeside Ave., N.W., Cleveland, 

Ohio. 
Merryweather, Hubert, m, '04. General Superintendent, Juragua Iron 

Co., Santiago, Cuba. 
Merwin, Merritt Beach, II, XI, 1903-05. New Milford, Conn. 
Meserve, Charles A(rthur), Ph.D., v, '95. Food and Drug Inspector, Bureau 

of Chemistry, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1526 Park Build- 
ing, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Meserve, F(rederick) H(ill), IV, 1888-91. Banker and Broker, Member 

New York Stock Exchange, 265 Edgecombe Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Meserve, Richard Earle, IV, 1890-92. Irrigation Engineer, 535 Main St., 

Grand Junction, Colo. 
Meserve, William Curtis, 1888-89. 
Mesier, Henry, 1886-87, Rector, St. Louis Episcopal Church, St. Johns 

Rectory, 19 Green St., Kingston, N.Y. 
Mesmer, Louis F(rancisco), B.S., I, '06. Of Mesmer & Rice, Contractors 

and Engineers, 417 Walter B. Story Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Messenger, W(illiam) H(enry), II, '92. Assistant Engineer, Bureau of 

Highways, Borough of Brooklyn, 21 Municipal Building, Brooklyn, 

N.Y. 
Messenger, W(inthrop) Norton, VI, 1902-03. With Traffic Department, 

New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., Boston, Mass. 
Messer, Albert Lull, 1904-05. 22 Jackson St., Haverhill, Mass. 
Messervy, William 1872-73. 
Messinger, Harry Carleton, m.d., VII, 1898-00. Physician, 260 Broad St., 

Providence, R.I. 
Metcalf, Arthur H., II, '79- Deceased. 
Metcalf, Bryce, rv, 1894-96. Assistant Cashier, The International Bank, 

60 Wall St., New York, N.Y. 
Metcalf, E(dward) H(arris), A.B., II, '04. Mechanical Engineer, Centre 

Sandwich, N.H. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 285 

Metcalf, Frederick, ll, '90. Treasurer, The Chase Machine Co., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Metcalf, Leonard, I, '92. Of Metcalf & Eddy, Consulting Civil Enginers, 
14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Metcalf, Mary Church, VII, 1892-93. 13 Pearl St., Cambridgeport, Mass. 

Metcalf, Percival Bartlett, 1888-89. Proprietor, Tracy Music Library, i Bea- 
con St., Boston, Mass. 

Metcalfe, J(ames) G(arrison), Jr., I, 1900-03. Agent and General Yard- 
master, Louisville & Nashville Railroad, Corbin, Ky. 

Metz, August Carl, m, 'n. Mining Engineer, American Smelters Securi- 
ties Co., Velardena, Durango, Mexico. 

Meulendyke, Charles Edmund, B.S., X, 'n, 4 Upton Park, Rochester, N.Y. 

Meyer, Edgar Lumly, 1901-02. With W. E. Meyer & Co., St. George, 
Bermuda. 

Meyer, Gustav Julius, IV, 1889-92. Woodburn Ave., Walnut Hill, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Meyer, Joseph Andrew, Jr., IV, '91. Died December 20, 1894. 

Meyer, Mrs. (Ryder, Lucy J.), 1877-78. Principal, Chicago Training School, 
4949 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Meyer, Theodore Frederic Walter, n, 1907-10. Scrippe Motor Co., Detroit, 
Mich. 

Meyers, Edwin J., 1886-87. 

Middleton, Elizabeth Hall, VII, 1902-03. See Maddock, Mrs. C. S., Jr. 

Middleton, N(athan) A(therton), II, '07. With N. A. Middleton & Co., 
Continental Building, Baltimore, Md. 

Miers, George Everett, I, 1906-08. Assistant Engineer, with Thomas A. 
Appleton, 237 Essex St., Salem, Mass. 

Mifflin, George Brown, 1866-67. 

Milburn, Charles Coad, VI, 1888-90. 

Mildram, Samuel H(oward), I, '89. Of Strachan, Mildram & Co., Incor- 
porated, Public Accountants, Consulting Engineers and Appraisers, 
59 Temple PI., Boston, Mass. 

Miles, Harold Fairman, v, 1899-01. Died September 11, 1911. 

Milinowski, Mrs. (Ransom, Harriot), 1882-84. 1298 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Millar, Leslie W(alker), XIII, '02. Of the L. W. Millar Co., 146 Summer 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Millard, E(mmor) H(amilton), II, 1899-01. Engineer, with Riter-Conley 
Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Millard, Julian, IV, 1887-88. Architect, 18 Hutchinson Block, Altoona, Pa. 

Millard, Maude Lovell, IV, 1899-00. 

Millard, Reginald W(illiam), II, '09. Engineer, with the International 
Silver Co., Meriden, Conn. 

Millen, Loring R., Ill, '80. Died January 20, 191 2. 

Miller, Addison, II, '07. Business Broker, 803 Lincoln Ave., St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Miller, A(ndrew) Otterson, VI, '04- Salesman, with the Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Co., 165 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 



286 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Miller, Arthur Clarence, 1893-95- 

Miller, Benjamin, vi, '01. 

Miller, Blaine Heston, i, 1899-04. 

Miller, Carroll Everard, Jr., viil, 1905-06. 

Miller, Charles E., v, 1882-83. Manufacturing Chemist, The Three Millers 

Company, 58 Chardon St., Boston.. Mass. 
Miller, Charles S., 1873-74- Business Economist and Efficiency Engineer, 

Miller, Franklin & Stevenson, 17 Battery Place, New York, N.Y. 
Miller, Douglas Godfrey, 1882-83. 
Miller, Dwight H,, 1886-87, School of Mechanic Arts. Merchant, Miller & 

Enwright Co., Sacramento, Cal. 
Miller, Edw(ard) F(tirber), II, '86. Professor of Steam Engineering, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Miller, Edwin C(hild), II, '79. President, Henry F. Miller & Sons Piano 

Co., 395 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Miller, Francis (Marion), IV, 1893-94- Architect, Milligan & Miller, 700 

Hood St., Wilkinsburg, Pa. 
Miller, F(ranklm) T(homas), XIII, '95. Secretary, F. W. Dodge Co., 

114 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 
Miller, Frederick Oren, II, 1898-99. Chief Clerk, Western Union Tele- 
graph Co., 148 Ingalls Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Miller, George, ill, '09. Assistant Engineer, Cyanide Department, Minas 

del Tajo, Rosario, Sinaloa, Mexico. 
Miller, George S., V, 1878-79. Druggist, 462 67th St., S.E., Portland, 

Ore. 
Miller, Henry A., 1876-77. 
Miller, Henry F(ranklin), II, '10. With Henry F. Miller & Sons Piano 

Co., Wakefield, Mass. 
Miller, H(enry) U(sher), ill, 1905-08. Superintendent, with Charles Miller, 

Manufacturer of Shingles, Staves and Lime. P.O. Box 231, St. John, 

N.B. 
Miller, H(erbert) S(tanley), VI, '92. Secretary, Diehl Manufacturing Co., 

Elizabethport, N.J. 
Miller, James C, 1870-71. Died January, 1908. 
Miller, John, II, 1905-07. 169 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass. 
Miller, Lee Allston, VI, 1894-95. U.S. Internal Revenue Office, Baltimore, 

Md. 
Miller, Lester Freeman, IV, 1897-01. With Vermont Marble Co., San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Miller, Lewis A(rthvu-), I, '01. Maintenance of Way Department, Penn- 
sylvania Railroad, 360 Broad St., Station, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Miller, Lilly, V, '92. See Kendall, Mrs. Francis H. 
Miller, Mrs. Nellie Rawson, M.A., 1888-89. Deceased. 
Miller, Ralph Hastings, IV, 188&-90. 

Miller, S(amuel) Fischer, 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., 1882-83. 

Hydraulic Engineer, 149 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Miller, Sarah Elizabeth, IX, 1892-95. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 287 

MUler, Stuart B(erwick), X, '01. With Chemical Department, E. I. du- 

Pont de Nemours Powder Co., Wilmington, Del. 
Miller, Stuart R(ead), II, '07. Purchasing Department, The Samuel C. 

Tatum Co., Colerain Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Miller, Theodore Gazlay, II, 189S-00. Supervisor, Plant Department, Amer- 
ican Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 
Miller, William R(obinson), IV, 1891-92. Baxter Block, Portland, Me. 
Miller, William T(homas), X, '80. In charge of Warerooms, Henry F. 

Miller & Sons Piano Co., 395 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Milliken, Carl S(pencer), VII, '99. Upland Citrus Association, Upland, Cal. 
Milliken, E(dward) N(orris), B.S., A.M., VIII, 1894-96. Teacher, Chemistry 

Department, Columbia University, New York, N.Y. 
Milliken, Frank Wellman, I, 1900-03, 1904-05- Inspector of Building Con- 
struction, U.S. Naval Station, Newport, R.I. 
Milliken, Humphreys, VI, '02. Electrical Engineer, with W. A. Barstow 

& Co., 50 Pine St., New York, N.Y. 
Milliken, Siminer Moulton, I, '98. Died January 12, 1902. 
Mills, A(rthur) L(orenzo), I, '76. Managing Director, Mexican Fuel & 

Power Co., Apartado 123 Bis, Mexico City, D.F., Mexico. 
Mills, Benjamin F(ranklin), A.B., I, '07. Civil Engineer, Bureau of Public 

Works, Tacloban, Leyte, P.I. 
Mills, David Collier, IX, 1893-96. Manager, Associated Fur Manufacturers* 

Co., Inc., 303 5th Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Mills, Harvey P., II, 1876-78. Died, 1878. 

Mills, Helen Curtis, VII, 1896-97. Teacher, Dillaway School, Roxbury, Mass. 
Mills, Homer Ossian, ni, 1907-08. 14 Pond St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Mills, John, A.M., A.B., VI, '09. Telephone Engineer, care of Engineering 

Department, American Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Mills, Leonard Olcott, VI, 1906-11. With Besse Rolfe Co., Lynn, Mass. 
Mills, Prescott C(aldwell), II, 1894-97. Secretary and Treasurer, Aldine 

Press, Incorporated, P.O. Box 144, Audubon, N.J. 
Milne, William D(urant), I, '08. Simsbury, Conn. 
Minary, Thomas Helm, VI, 1896-98. 1054 Second St., Louisville, Ky. 
Minchew, Charles H. G., 1875-76. 

Miner, Birchard Frank, VI, 1900-01. Greenfield, Mass. 
Miner, Ernest Abbot, I, 1903-07. Civil Engineer, Boston Elevated Railway 

Co., loi Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Mink, Edward, VI, 1890-96. With General Electric Co., Lynn, Mass. 
Miimig, Frank Raymond, II, 1895-98. Died December 18, 1909. 
Minns, Grace Winchester, VII, 1897-98. i Acorn St., Boston, Mass. 
Miims, Susan, VII, 1878-79. 14 Louisburg Square, Boston, Mass. 
Minor, William A., 1868-69 
Minot, Charles S(edgwick), s.B., M.D., LL.d., D.Sc, v, '72. James Stillman 

Professor of Comparative Anatomy, Harvard Medical School, 240 

Longwood Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Minot, Francis, A.B., iv, 1877-78. Deceased. 



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Minot, Joseph G., 1878-79. 301 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass. 

Minot, Leonard Williams, V, 189&-91. Franklin, Mass. 

Minot, Robert Sedgwick, Jr., Mechanic Arts, 1905-06. Dover, Mass. 

Mirick, George Landon, 1889-93. Superintendent, Concrete Construction 
Co. and Aberthaw Construction Co., 8 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Mirrlees, James Henry, n, 1884-86. Died May, 1886. 

Misra, Eaj Kishore, 1907-08. Golagunj, Lucknow, India. 

Mitchell, Arthur K(nox), XI, '09. Canavan & Mitchell, Civil Engineers, 
Victoria, British Columbia. 

Mitchell, B(enjaniin) M(erwin), II, '93. President, Conveying Weigher 
Co., Engineer Manhattan Rubber Manufacturing Co., Engineer of 
Tests, New York Lubricating Oil Co., 244 Lafayette Ave., Passaic, 
N.J. 

Mitchell, Edward Winslow, 1882-83. 

Mitchell, Everett Still, I, 1886-90. 

Mitchell, Frank K(ollock), X, '02. Insurance Engineer, Continental Insur- 
ance Co. of New York, 46 Cedar St., New York, N.Y. 

Mitchell, George LeR(oy), VI, '01. With Stone & Webster Management 
Association, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Mitchell, George Mackenzie, ll, 1889-92. Died September 9, 1892. 

Mitchell, Guy E(dward), II, '91. With Hampden Railroad Corporation, 
Westfield, Mass. 

Mitchell, Harold C(arlyle), I, '05. With Chicago City Railways Co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Mitchell, Harold "William, 1901-02. 2237 Wentworth Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Mitchell, John, 1872-73- 

Mitchell, Louis A., 1870-73. 

Mitchell, R(obert) C, 1887-88. Attorney-at-Law (Patent law), 41 Park 
Row, New York, N.Y. 

Mitchell, William E(dward), VI, '03. Candia, N.H. 

Mitkiewicz, Eugene de, 1895-96. 

Mittag, Frank Otto, Jr., v, 1906-07. Park Ridge, N.J. 

Mitzuoka, Takeo, 1875-77. Deceased. 

Mixter, Charles G(alloupe), M.D., VII, '02. Physician, 180 Marlborough 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Mixter, Samuel J(ason), M.D., VIII, '75- Physician, 180 Marlborough St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Mixter, William J(ason), M.D., VII, '02. Physician, 180 Marlborough St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Moat, Charles P(erkins), V, '96. Sanitary Chemist of the Vermont State 
Board of Health, 184 Church St., Burlington, Vt. 

Moebs, Joseph J(ulius), I, '98. Consulting Engineer and Contractor, 
815 C St., N.W. Washington, D.C. 

Moffat, William Andrew Galbraith, I, 1902-05. Topographical Draughts- 
man, City of New York, Borough Hall, New Brighton, N.Y. 

Mohan, Arthur Francis, Xin, 1904-06. Salesman, Kirkpatrick Sand & 
Cement Co., Birmingham, Ala. 



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Mohler, D(avid) D., X, '03. With the Solvay Process Co., Syracuse, N.Y. 
Mohn, Joseph Theophile, IV, 1905-07, 1909-10. 438 West 53d St., New 

York, N.Y. 
Moies, William Henry Haskell, XIII, 1899-00. Public Accountant, 71 Clay 

St., Central Falls, R.I. 
Molina, Vincente, I, 1901-05. Calle 63, Mcrida, Yucatan, Mexico. 
Molineux, Marie Ada, A.B., A.M., Ph.D.. VII, 1888-90. Writer, 97 Newbury 

St., Boston, Mass. 
MoUer, Albert Voltaire, II, 1896^9. 
Moller, Kenneth, A.B., II, '07. Mechanical Engineer, with the Fuel Oil 

Engine Co., 323 Banigan Building, Providence, R.I. 
Mollmann, Rudolph Clarence, 1888-89. 
MoUoy, Annie Genevieve, VII, 1893-94. Randolph, Mass. 
Moltedo, Henry Peter, 1898-99. 34 Tyler St., Boston, Mass. 
Mommers, Richard, V, '98. With The American Sugar Refining Co., 

Kent Ave., and South 4th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Monaghan, James Francis, II, 1897-01. With the Waltham Bleachery & 

Dye Works, Waltham, Mass. 
Monaghan, John E(dward) L(awrence), I, '06. Assistant Engineer, City of 

Boston, 30 Trcmont St., Boston, Mass. 
Monahan, William P(atrick), III, 1903-07. Civil Engineer, with R. H. 

Hudson & Co., 509 Savings and Trust Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Mongle, Louis Ernest, II, X, 1907-09. Ibarra, Ecuador, So. America. 
Monks, George H(oward), A.B., M.D., IV, 1875-76. Professor at Harvard 

Medical School, and Physician, 67 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. 
Monks, Grace Boynton, 1905-06. 
Monks, Henry G., IV, 1875-76. 

Monroe, Herbert Gay, 1873-76. Died December 7, 1883. 
Monsarrat, C(harles) R(eginald), II, 1901-03. Manager, Sedalia Mining 

Co., Corning, Ohio. 
Montanus, Paul Armstrong, II, 1902-05. With Springfield Machine Tool 

Co., Springfield, Ohio. 
Monteith, Arthur David, I, 1893-96. Civil and Hydraulic Engineer, 587 

East 15th St., North, Portland, Ore. 
Montgomery, Frank P(ark), VI, '03. Insurance Engineer, Newark Inspec- 
tion Bureau, 756 Broad St., Newark, N.J. 
Montgomery, Harry M., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. Chicago Sales 

Manager, Albcrger Condenser Co. and Alberger Pump Co., 137 So. 

La Salle St., Chicago, 111. 
Montgomery, John F., 1871-72. Taunton, Mass. 
Montgomery, Robert James, V, 1897-01. Treasurer, The Montgomery Co., 

Incorporated, Hadley, Mass. 
Montgomery, Thomas Candor, VI, 1907-08. Secretary- Treasurer, Mont- 
gomery Lumber Co., Sioux City, la. 
Montgomery, William E., B.S., V, 1904-05- 
Monto, Charles Philip, X, '10. Research Chemist, National Carbon Co., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

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290 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Moody, A(rthtir) M(onroe), 1889-92. Treasurer and General Manager, 
B. S. Snow Co., 176 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Moody, Arthur Richmond, 1895-96. Buyer and Salesman, The W. A. Prior 
Co., 186 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 

Moody, Burdett, I, '90. Mining Engineer, 715 Fay Building, Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

Moody, Edw(ard) F(airfield), A.B., V, 1903-04- Salesman, Burgess Sulphite 
Fibre Co., Portland, Me. 

Moody, Frederick C(lark), II, 1886-90. Superintendent of Plant, The Mis- 
souri and Kansas Telephone Co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Moody, George B(arrell), XIII, '00. Draughtsman, 1328 Washington St., 
Bath, Me. 

Moody, H(arry) L(awrence), X, '07. Salesman, with The Westinghouse 
Machine Co., 131 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Moody, Herbert R(aymond), A.M., Ph.D., V, '92. Professor of Chemistry and 
Secretary of the Executive Council, College of the City of New York, 
New York, N.Y. 

Moody, Mrs. Herbert R. (Wadsworth, Edna), V, 1891-92. 330 Convent Ave., 
New York, N.Y. 

Moody, Walter Sherman, VI, 1883-87. 229 South St., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Mooers, Ben Clayton, VI, 1900-04. Chief Operator, Lighting Plant, City 
of Seattle, 7th Ave. and Yesler Way, Seattle, Wash. 

Moore, Arthur Lewis, ll, 1889-92. Died May 15, 1905. 

Moore, Carlos Burr, 1885-86. With Renewal Department, Columbian 
National Life Insurance Co., 180 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Moore, Chester Newell, B.S., V, 1905-06. Research Chemist, Research Lab- 
oratory, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Moore, Clarence A(lfred), X, '99. Assistant Engineer, Metropolitan 
Water and Sewerage Board, i Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Moore, Daniel Agnew, ill, 1887-88. Real Estate and Trustee, 18 Tremont 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Moore, Ernest Biu-leigh, 1884-Ss. 

Moore, Francis Aldrich, VI, 1908-10. With Moore Grocery Co., Pittsburg, 
Texas. 

Moore, Frank A(shburton), IV, '88. Architect, 542 Fifth Ave., New York, 
N.Y. 

Moore, Franklin, v, 1904-os, 1906-07. 286 Main St., Winsted, Conn. 

Moore, Fred, VI, 1902-05, 1907-08. Amalfi, Antioquia, Republic of Colum- 
bia, So. America. 

Moore, Frederick C(ampbell), X, '92. Superintendent, Special Risk Depart- 
ment, Hartford Fire Insurance Co., 125 Trumbull St., Hartford, Conn. 

Moore, Frederick Clouston, II, '91. With General Motors Co., Detroit, 
Mich. 

Moore, Fred F(orrest), I, '91. Designing Engineer, Board of Water Sup- 
ply, City of New York, 165 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Moore, George, ill, 1889-91, 1893-95- 330 West i02d St., New York, N.Y. 

Moore, George Davis, 1884-^5. 



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Moore, George M., 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Moore, Henry C(hurchill), II, '88. With James Beggs & Co., Engineers, 
109 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. . 

Moore, Howard, X, 1900-01. 

Moore, Hugh Chadwick, 1900-01. Died November 15, 1900. 

Moore, Hugh Kelsea, v, 1893-96. P.O. Box 1059, Berlin, N.H. 

Moore, James E., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Moore, James G(ates), iv, '07. With Florida Coast Line, Canal & Trans- 
portation Co., W. Palm Beach, Fla. 

Moore, John D(enis) J(oseph), II, '95. Conservation Commissioner, State 
of New York, Albany, N.Y., and 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Moore, J(ohn) E(rnest), A.B., VI, '07. Engineer, with The Telluride Power 
Co., Provo, Utah. 

Moore, Joseph W., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Moore, Leslie R(ogers), v, '94. Assistant Inspector of Gas, Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts, 32 Hawley St., Boston, Mass. 

Moore, L(ewis) E(ugene), B.S., c.E., 1, 1901-02. Assistant Professor of Civil 
Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Moore, Lloyd Major, vi, 1901-02. 

Moore, Mrs. Lowell (Newell, Jennie H.), V, 1878-80. Wayland, Mass. 

Moore, Mary Farren, vil, 1902-03. 

Moore, Milton Ernest, II, 1892-95. 278 Broadway, Arlington, Mass. 

Moore, Philip WCyatt), II, '01. Secretary and General Manager, P. & M. 
Co., formerly Railway Specialty & Supply Co., 637 Railway Ex- 
change, Chicago, III. 

Moore, Rittenhouse Randolph, 1891-93. President, Coastwise Dredging 
Co., Norfolk, Va. 

Moore, Robert Beatty, 1881-82. 

Moore, Stanley D(ennett), I, VI, 1903-05. Draughtsman, Boston & Albany 
Railroad, 370 South Station, Boston, Mass. 

Moore, Stephen Wallace, II, '90. Died July. 191 1. 

Moore, Thomas Joseph, VI, 1905-06, 1907-08. 15 St. Charles St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Moore, Walter S(tone), 1903-05. 1017 Washington St., Sandusky, Ohio. 

Moorhead, James K., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Moorehead, Theodore P(arker), l, '05. With H. L. Stevens & Co., 120 
Pacific Building, Vancouver, B.C. 

Moorman, Edwin, 1892-93. 

Moors, Adelaide, 1896-97. See Brown, Mrs. Wm. H. 

Moors, Francis J(oseph), 1881-82. Banker, iii Devonshire St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Moran, George A(ustin), v, '97. Chemist, Cocheco Department, Pacific 
Mills, Dover, N.H. 

Moran, James Girvin, 1, 1893-94. Postmaster, Mansfield, Mass. 

More, Arthur S(mith), I, '02. Division Engineer, Maintenance of Way, 
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway, Springfield, 
Ohio. 



292 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Morejon, Gonzalo M., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Moreland, E(dward) L(eybum), A.B., VI, S.M., '08. With D. C. & W. B. 

Jackson, Consulting Engineers, 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Morey, Charles A., 1872-74- Died September 26, 1904. 
Morey, C(harles) Burrows, V, '06. Superintendent, Buffalo Leather Co., 

Buffalo, N.Y. 
Morey, Chester Totten, n, 'n. Rhode Island Tool Co., Providence, R.I. 
Morey, Jesse Thompson, 1887-88. 
Morey, Richard, I, '95. President, Morey-Faulhaber Construction Co., 

Chemical Building, St. Louis, Mo. 
Morgan, Carl L(eon), VI, '99. Sales Manager, Electrical Division, General 

Motors Truck Co., 127 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich. 
Morgan, Frank H., v, '78. Died December 5, 1889. 
Morgan, Harold L(oomis), VI, '00. With the York Manufacturing Co., 

York, Pa. 
Morgan, James Keeler, VI, 1892-94. 
Morgan, Lewis Henry, 1889-90. 
Morgan, Richard F(ranklin), Phar.D.,v, 1892-94. Assistant Librarian, Gros- 

venor Library, Buffalo, N.Y. 
Morgan, Richard H., IV, 1875-77. Long Pond, Plymouth, Mass. 
Morgan, Roger, 1885-86. 131 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Morgan, William M., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Morgan, William R., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Mori, Haryosh, 1874-77. 
Morison, N(athaniel) H(olmes), Jr., 1890-91. Cotton Broker, New York 

Cotton Exchange, 29 East 28th St., New York, N.Y. 
Mork, Harry S(olomon), v, '99. Treasurer, Arthur D. Little, Incorporated, 

and Secretary, Chemical Products Co., 93 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 
Morley, Herbert M(orley), B.S., VI, '03, VI, S.M., '04. With the Standardizing 

and Testing Department, Edison Electric Illuminating Co., Boston, 

Mass. 
Morrell, William H., 1872-73. 

Morrice, Arthur Anderson, VI, 1892-95. 80 Madison Ave., Toronto, Ontario. 
Morrill, Arthur B(radford), XI, '09. Professor of Sanitary Engineering, Im- 
perial Pei Yang University, Tientsin, China. 
Morrill, Asa H(all), I, '92. Assistant Engineer, Construction Department, 

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 444 South Station, 

Boston, Mass. 
Morrill, Charles Herbert, II, 1892-93. No. Andover, Mass. 
Morrill, E(dward) F(rancis), VI, '98. Equipment Foreman, Central Union 

Telephone Company, Springfield, 111. 
Morrill, Fred W(illiam), I, '07. 56 Fountain St., Haverhill, Mass. 
Morrill, Guy Louis, VI, 1892-96. Minister, Presbyterian Church, Canan- 

daigua, N.Y. 
Morrill, Harley W(inslow), I, 1889-92. Assistan General Superintendent, 

Ludlow Manufacturing Associates, Ludlow, Mass. 
Morrill, Jedediah Albert, 1895-96. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER :S93 

Morrill, Leon Gilbert, v, 1901-03. Manufacturer of Printing Ink, George 

H. Morrill Co., 52 Bond St., Norwood, Mass. 
Morrill, Mrs. Pliny B. (Crane, Eva Hayes), VI, '98. 230 Woburn St., W. 

Medford, Mass. 
Morrill, Raleigh Dudley, II, 1903-05. 

Morrill, Robie Walter, vi, '02. Died December 18, 1907. 
Morris, Abram, VI, 1907 08. 
Morris, Charles, Jr., VI, '96. Paymaster, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, 

Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 
Morris, Henry C(urtis), ill, '01. Mining Engineer, 76 Spruceland Ave., 

Springfield, Mass. 
Morris, John Felt, 1897-98. Bank Clerk, i Fenway, Boston, Mass. 
Morris, John Missroon, VI, 1902-05. Engineer, with Westinghouse Electric 

& Manufacturing Co., 524 So. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Morris, Jonathan Mason, VI, 1894-95. 52 Harvest St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Morris, Ralph Davis, VI, 1899-or. 
Morris, Wilfred Armstrong, l, 1907-08. 204 East Main St., Connellsville, 

Pa. 
Morris, William Longfellow, VI, 1895-99. Lawyer and Patent -Attorney, 

12 Rector St., New York, N.Y. 
Morrison, Charles Waldo, II, VI, 1904-08. 80 Florence Ave., Revere, Mass. 
Morrison, Edward Stanley, vi, 1900-04. 

Morrison, Frank Channing (Now F. M. Channing), I, '82. Assistant En- 
gineer, Northern Electric Railway Co., 907 Alaska Commercial Build- 
ing, San Francisco, Cal. 
Morrison, George Adelbert, B.S., E.M., ill, 1908-09. Republican Mining 

Metal Co., Apartado 863, Mexico, D.F., Mexico. 
Morrison, Gilbert Wylie, ll, 1883-87. Died December 26, 1904. 
Morrison, Ibrahim Follansbee, I, 'n. 358 Washington St., Braintree, 

Mass. 
Morrison, W(iUia)m H., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Morrison, W(illia)m W(hitney), II, 1892-94. Salesman, Ellsworth, Me. 
Morse, Abbie Eleanor, 1893-94. Odell, 111. 
Morse, Ben(jamin) E(ames), II, '99. Of Morse Brothers, Manufacturers, 

Canton, Mass. 
Morse, Cabot Jackson, 1886-87. 38 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Morse, Charles A., 1867-68. Died March 21, 1883. 
Morse, Charles F(rancis), I, 1890-94. Section. Engineer, Board of Water 

Supply, New York, N.Y. 
Morse, Charles Henry, 1885-86. 53 High St., Boston, Mass. 
Morse, Charles L., S.B., 1, 1878-79. 
Morse, Evelyn E(dna), VII, 1894-95. Teacher, Everett School, Boston, 

Mass. 
Morse, Frank Bowditch, I, '73. Died February 18, 1903. 
Morse, Geneva Lillian, v, 1895-96. Montague, Mass. 
Morse, Harold, VI, '06. Electrician, with the Austin Manhattan Electric 

Consolidated Mining Co., Austin, Ncv. 



294 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Morse, Harry Leonard, n, VI, '99. First Lieutenant, Coast Artillery Corps, 
Fort Monroe, Va. 

Morse, Henry Grant, iv, 1895-98. 

Morse, Henry Hazen, iv, 1869-70, 1871-72. 

Morse, H(oward) S(cott), I, '03. With Department of Public Service, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Morse, John Gavit, I, 1888-90. Insurance Appraiser, Associated Factory 
Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Morse, John Henderson, Mechanic Arts, 1901-02. 

Morse, JohnR(ussell), I, '02. Secretary to Mayor, P.O. Box 306, Tacoma, 
Wash. 

Morse, Louis S(hepard), n, 1892-95. Chief Draughtsman, York Manu- 
facturing Co., York, Pa. 

Morse, Margaret Fessenden, 1901-02. Writer of Fiction, 60 Burroughs 
St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Morse, Mary L3mn Wade, 1886-88. Poland, Ohio. 

Morse, Philip S(idney) , A.B., m, '84. Manager, Sulphide Corporation, Lim- 
ited, Boolaroo, New South Wales, Australia. 

Morse, Robert B (rooks), A.B., xni, '04. Assistant Sanitary Engineer, Met- 
ropolitan Sewerage Commission, 17 Battery PL, New York, N.Y. ■ 

Morse, Robert Emery, VI, 'n. Draughtsman, Pennsylvania Railroad, 
care of B. F. Wood, Assistant Engineer, Altoona, Pa. 

Morse, Robert Gorham, 1891-92. With General Electric Co., Everett, Mass. 

Morse, Robert "W(ilbur), II, '05. 49 Holbrook St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Morse, Mrs. (Holden, Sarah E.), 1883-S4. Deceased. 

Morse, Willard Vaughan, in, 1898-01, 1902-03. Metallurgist, American 
Smelter & Refining Co., Perth Amboy Plant, Maurer, N.J. 

Morse, William A., '88, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Morse, William Boulton, II, XIII, 1904-06, 1907-08. 64 Cross St., Winches- 
ter, Mass. 

Morss, Everett, m, '85. President, The Simplex Electrical Co., The 
Morss & Whyte Co., Vice-President Simplex Electric Heating Co., 
201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Morss, Henry A(dams), VI, '93- Vice-President, The Simplex Electrical 
Co., and the Morss & Whyte Co., 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Morton, Alice Nowell, li, 1900-01. 

Morton, Charles Edward, v, 1896-97. Died May 9, 1905. 

Morton, Clarence Garfield, 1902-03. 

Morton, Geo(rge) A., 1872-73- General Baggage Agent, New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad Co., New Haven, Conn. 

Morton, Harry Holbrook, iv, 1893-96. 

Morton, Howard J., Ill, 1903-06. 76 S. Union St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Morton, Nathaniel Bowditch, 1875-77- Deceased. 

Morton, Rob(er)t B(ass), B.S., VI, '01. With L. B. Stillwell, Consulting 
Electrical Engineer, 100 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Moseley, Alexander W(illett), II, '91. Professor of Mechanics and Head of 
Department of Engineering, Lewis Institute, Chicago, 111. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 295 

Moseley, Cha(rle)s B(artlett), Ph.B., XIII, 1900-02. Manufacturers, Knit 

Goods, Moseley & Company, Needham Heights, Mass. 
Moseley, Mary, VII, 1902-03. Special Teacher of Domestic Science, Board 

of Education of New York City, 161 Emerson PL, New York, N.Y. 
Moses, Alonzo Lemuel, VI, 1905-09. With Hart Manufacturing Co., 

Hartford, Conn. 
Moses, Frederick T(aft), V, '07. Assistant Secretary, Firemens Mutual In- 
surance Co., 810 Banigan Building, Providence, R.I. 
Moses, Mabelle Louise, VII, 1894-95- Deceased. 
Mosman, P(hilip) A(lonzo), III, '87. With The American Smelting and 

Refining Co., 165 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Moss, S(amuel) A(rthur), 1886-89. In Mining and Investments Business, 

Alaska Commercial Building, San Francisco, Cal. 
Mossman,William, VI, '91. 1616 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan, Mass. 
Motch, Edward R(aymond) , II, '97. Secretary, The Motch & Merry weather 

Machinery Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Motch, Stanley, ill, '99. Treasurer, Motch & Merryweather Machinery 

Co., 711 Lake Side Ave., N.W., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Motley, Charles D., 1865-66. 
Motley, George S., 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. With Lowell Gas Light 

Co., Lowell, Mass. 
Mott, Frank E(arl), Ph.C, V, '08. Chemist, Bureau of Milk Inspection, 

City of Boston, 30 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Mott, W(illia)m E(Iton), I, '89. Professor of Civil Engineering, in Charge 

of the Department, Carnegie Technical Schools, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Motter, William Dufiield Bell, Jr., ill, 1901-05. Manager, Canada Iron 

Mines, Limited, Trenton, Ontario. 
Mott-Smith, Harold Meade, IV, 1889-93. Artist, 38 Glenwood Boulevard, 

Schenectady, N.Y. 
Mott-Smith, Morton C(hiu-chill), Ph.D., VI, '00. Assistant Professor 

of Physics, Colby College, Waterville, Me. 
Moulton, A(lbert) S(weetser), A.B., V, 1889-92. Examiner, U.S. Customs 

Service, Appraisers Stores, 177 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Moulton, Ra3miond Edward, II, 1889-94. Deceased. 
Moulton, "Walter Augustus, III, '00. Died March 14, 1910. 
Mower, C(harles) H(udson), 1884-86. Director and Chief Engineer, 

Sturtevant Engineering Co., Limited, 147 Queen Victoria St., London, 

England. 
Mower, frank Alley, 1885-86. 
Mower, Geo(rge) A(ugustus), II, '81. Managing Director, Sturtevant 

Engineering Co., Limited, 147 Queen Victoria St., London, England. 
Mower, George Lane, II, 1890-92. Electrical Engineer, Transformer 

Department, General Electric Co., Pittsfield, Mass. 
Mowry, C(harles) W(illia)m, II, '06. Assistant Engineer, Associated 

Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Mowry, William Chapman, I, 1881-83. General Insurance Agent, 92 Main 

St., Woonsocket, R.I. 



296 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Muchmore, Frank Hadley, iv, 1904-05. 

Mudge, Benjamin C(ushing), I, '77. Vice-President and Treasurer, Oxford 

Linen Mills, P.O. Box 35, North Brookfield, Mass. 
Mudge, Cora Bell, VII, 1894-95. Teacher, Girls' Latin School, Boston, 

Mass. 
Mudge, Henry N., 1870-73- Advertising Manager, Illinois Central Rail- 
road, Central Station, Chicago, 111. 
Muhlenberg, Cha(rle)s H(enry), iv, 1887-89, 1891-92. Architect, Muhlen- 
berg Bros., 511 Penn St., Reading, Pa. 
Muhlenberg, F(rederick) H(unter), 11, 1884-87. Architect, Muhlenberg 

Bros., 511 Pcnn St., Reading, Pa. 
Muhlhaiiser, Ernest, ll, 1895-96. 
Muhlig, J(ames) Fred, II, '98. Superintendent, Flexotype Co., Burlington, 

N.J. 
Mulcahy, Annie M., VII, 1893-94, 1902-03. Teacher, South Boston High 

School, So. Boston, Mass. 
Mulcare, James Holland, ill, 1903-04. Lawyer, 310 Main St., Springfield, 

Mass. 
Mulhall, H(arold) T(orrey), vi, '97. With Goffe & Carkener, Grain Mer- 
chants, loi Board of Trade Building, Kansas City, Mo. 
Mulherin, Cha(rle)s P(atrick), A.B., I, '03. Vulcanite Paving Co., 514 

Fidelity Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 
MuUaly, Felix, II, XIII, 1898-02. Musician, 6 Ashmont St., Dorchester, 

Mass. 
Mullen, John J(oseph), a.b., vi, 1904-08. Engineer for the Board of Public 

Works, City and County of Denver, 860 Emerson St., Denver, Colo. 
Mullen, John Joseph, vi, 1904-07. 

MiiUer, Charles Emil, 1888-90. 202 Produce Exchange, New York, N.Y. 
Miillhaupt, Alfred, Jr., B.S., VI, 1908 09. With Westinghouse Electric & 

Manufacturing Co. Address, St. Marys, Elk County, Pa. 
MuUiken, Samuel P(arsons), Ph.D., v, '87. Assistant Professor of Organic 

Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
MuUins, "William James, 1881-85. Chemist, 25 South Park St., Franklin, 

Pa. 
Mumford, E(dgar) H(uidekoper), II, '86. Vice-President and General 

Manager, Mumford Moulding Machine Co., 30 Church St., New York, 

N.Y. 
Munger, Lillian M., 1880-81. 

Munn, George L(eslie), 1884-85. Board of Trade, Springfield, Mass. 
Munn, Samuel Morton, II, 1878-82. Deceased. 
Mufioz, Enrique Jose, II, 1906-07. Student, University of Michigan, Ann 

Arbor, Mich. 
Munoz, Ramon F(idencio), B.S., III, '09. Engineer in charge of Surface 

Prospecting and Development, Compania Minera de Peiioles, La 

Ojuela, Durango, Mexico. 
Munroe, George S(weetser), IX, 1893-96. Of Munroe & Co., Wholesale 

Lumber Dealers, 402 Keyser Building, Baltimore, Md. 



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Munroe, H(arold) K(napp), VI, '06. Assistant Superintendent of Power 
and Equipment, Puget Sound Electric Railway, Tacoma Railway 
and Power Co., Tacoma, Wash. 

Munroe, James P(hinney), ill, '82. President and Treasurer, Munroe 
Felt & Paper Co., 79 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 

Munroe, Walter N(athan), VI, '06. Electrical Engineer, Dallas Electric 
Light & Power Co., 1504 Commerce St., Dallas, Texas. 

Munroe, William Robert, 1871-74. Died September 6, 1889. 

Munster, A(ugust) W(illiam), II, '04. General Storekeeper, Boston & 
Maine Railroad, Boston, Mass. 

Munyan, Oscar, 1877-78. Surveyor and Farmer, Thompson, Conn. 

Murdoch, Joseph, 1910-11. 19 Wendell St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Murdock, Herbert Taft, 1883-84. 

Murdock, William Lorrain, 1886-87. Treasurer and General Superintend- 
ent, Northwestern Leather Co., Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 

Murfey, Gardner A(rmstrong), vi, '08. Electrical Engineer, 321 Story 
Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Muriel, Jose, I, 1905-07. 3^ del 5 de Mayo 141^, San Luis Potosi, Mexico. 

Muriel, Manuel, I, IV, 1906-08. Apartado 291, San Luis Potosi, Mexico. 

Murkland, Frank Hatch, iv, 1890-92. Deceased. 

Murlless, Charles Souls, 1, 1895-96. Dental Surgeon. 303 High St., Holyoke, 
Mass. 

Murphy, Charles Augustus, v, 1893-95. 

Murphy, Dennis William, Mechanic Arts, 1891-92. 

Murphy, Earle Warren, 1899-00. 

Murphy, James Albert, v, 1901-02. 

Murphy, John Eidwardj, III, '06. 73 Green St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Murphy, John Francis, ill, 1891-94. 

Murphy, Kate M., 1880-81. Regent St., Roxbur\-, Mass. 

Murphy, Louis Sutliffe, VII, 1902-03. 

Murr, I(lias) A(saad), B.A., I, '05. Principal Assistant Engineer, with 
J. B. French, Consulting Engineer, 50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Murray, Archibald, 1889-90. Resident Engineer on Railway Construction, 
Mackenzie, Mann & Co., Forfar, Ontario. 

Murray, Francis Joseph, v, X, 1904-08. 106 Magnolia St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Murray, J(ohn) F(rederick), A.B., IV. 1906-07. Architect, Dykeman & 
Murray, 27 School St., Boston, Mass. 

Murray, Joseph John, 11, 1899-01. 210 Washington St., Newton, Mass. 

Murray, Parnell Sidway, VII, 1894-97. 2 Akron Place, Roxbury, Mass. 

Murray, R(ay), I, 'oi. Engineer, Seaboard Construction Co., 1024 With- 
erspoon Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Murray, William D(onaldson), A.B., I, '04. Assistant Engineer, with New 
York Board of Water Supply, Croton Lake, N.Y. 

Muzzy, Horace True, IV, 1900-02. Draughtsman, 183 Summer Ave., Read- 
ing, Mass. 

Myer, Albert James, Jr., iv, 1906-07. Lake View, Erie County, N.Y. 

Myers, Aaron Leon, xi, 'n. Palestine, Texas. 



298 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Myers, David Jolin, iv, 1897-D8. Architect, 721 Central Building, Seattle, 

Wash. 
Myers, Desaix B(rown), B.S., m, '08. Mining Engineer, 320 Story Build- 
ing, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Myers, Eleazar, X, '08. Superintendent, Opaque Shade Cloth Co., West 

Pullman, 111. 
Myers, H(enry) Earle, rv, '09. Structural Engineer, The Carmichael 

Construction Co., Contractors & Structural Engineers, 526 Hamilton 

Building, Akron, Ohio. 
Myers, L(eonard) F(red), I, 1899-00, 1903-06. Mechanical Engineer, 

with Luitwieler Pumping Engine Co., 317 Andreas St., Rochester, 

N.Y. 
Mylchreest, Geo(rge) L(ewis), B.S., I, '10. With Ford, Buck & Sheldon, 

Inc., Consulting Engineers, 60 Prospect St., Hartford, Conn. 
Myrick, John B(otunie), VI, '10. With Traffic Department, New England 

Telephone & Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 
Myrick, Willis H., II, '74- Died October 17, 1875. 

Nabstedt, Harry Martin, I, 1901-06. Superintendent and Engineer, Ambur- 

sen Hydraulic Construction Co., 88 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 
Nagel, Mortimer Livingston, m, 1898-04. 

Nagel, George Henry, VII, 1890-93. 550 Newbur>' St., Boston, Mass. 
Nagle, Arthur Eosengarten, i, 1906 10. With E. Worthington, Dedham 

Sewers, Dedham, Mass. 
Nagle, Francis Aloysius, XIII, 1898-01. Orchardist, Newcastle, Cal. 
Nagle, James "William, VI, 1892-93. Dentist, 415 Columbus Ave., Boston, 

Mass. 
Naramore, Floyd A(rchibald), IV, '07. Architectural Engineer, Doyle, 

Patterson & Beach, Architects, 401 Worcester Bldg., Portland, Ore. 
Narey, Hope "Wentworth, v, 1895-96. Hotel Bristol, Boston, Mass. 
Nash, Alice Mildred, V, 1902-03. So. Weymouth, Mass. 
Nash, Anna L., 1894-95. 24 Forest St., Roxbury, Mass. 
Nash, Arthur Cleveland, A.B., IV, 1894-95. 
Nash, Arthur E(dgar), x, '02. Chemical Engineer, American Cotton Oil 

Co., 225 West 1 8th St., Chicago, 111. 
Nash, Edward Ardery, 11, 1907-10. 323 S. 15th St., St. Joseph, Mo. 
Nash, Frank Campbell, II, 1885-87. Merchant, Cherryfield, Me. 
Nash, Henry Augustus, Jr., 1886-87. 
Nash, L(uther) R(oberts), M.S., VI, '94. Electrical Engineer, Stone & 

Webster Management Association, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Nash, Paul Bennett, Mechanic Arts, 1893-94. 
Nash, S(amuel) A(ubin), n, 1902-04. Civil Engineering, Tuscaloosa 

Mineral Railroad, Box 332, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
Nasmith, James E,, 1872-73. 
Nason, Cha(rle)s R(ufus), 1886-87. With The Aetna Life Insurance Co., 

20 Madison St., Hartford, Conn. 
Nath, Simon, V, 'h. 87 W. Cedar St., Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 299 

Nathan, Albert F(ranklin), ll.B., X, '99. Attorney-at-Iaw (Patent Causes), 
of Wood, Wood & Nathan, National Bank Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Nauss, George Miirray, II, 1906-07. 34 No. 2d St., Harrisburg, Pa. 

Navarro, Manuel A(drian), I, '10. Quito, Ecuador, South America. 

Nay, Ira Allen, Jr., II, 1891-94. Dealer in Pianos and Graphaphones, 64 
Lisbon St., Lewiston, Me. 

Neal, Burton W., Jr., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. Builder, 293 Boylston 
St., Brookline, Mass. 

Neal, C(larence) A(dkins), I, '04. Secretary, Union Bridge and Construc- 
tion Co., 903 Sharp Building, Kansas City, Mo. 

Neal, George William, 1873-74- 

Neale, Arthur, v, '06. Apponaug, R.I. 

Nealey, James Barton, 1909-11. 178 Harlow St., Bangor, Me. 

Neall, N(ewitt) J(ackson), VI, '00. Consulting Electrical Engineer, 12 
Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Neave, Charles, a.b., a.m., VI, '90. Lawyer, Fish, Richardson, Herrick & 
Neave, 5 Nassau St., New York, N.Y. 

Neave, Joseph Swan, II, 1882-86. Deceased. 

Nebel Herreros, Alejandro, B.S.. Ph.B., vi, 1894-97. 35 Pio IX St., Santiago, 
Chile. 

Needham, H(arry) H(ampton), VIII, '04. With General Electric Co., Harri- 
son, N.J. 

Needham, Sarah Jane Clarkson,viI, 1893-96. Teacher,iWest Peabody, Mass. 

Neff, H(arry) M., IV, 1879-81. Fuel Department, Colorado Fuel & Iron 
Co., Pueblo, Colo. 

Neidich, Samuel A(brahims), Ph.B., II, '98. 1038 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Neiler, Samuel G(raham),II, 1884-86. Consulting Electrical and Mechan- 
ical Engineer, Pierce, Richardson & Neiler, 1409 Manhattan Building, 
Chicago, 111. 

Neill, Frank Damrell, V, 1905-06. 54 Gushing St., Medford, Mass. 

Neilson, William, ill, '06. Mining Engineer, Henry Building, Portland, Ore. 

Nelson, Alexander Howard, A.B., I, 1895-97. Engineer, with the Nelson- 
Merydith Co., General Contractors, Bartlett Building, Atlantic City, 
N.J. 

Nelson, Arthur T(homas), I, '02. Manager, Seattle Office, Trussed Con- 
crete Steel Co., White Building, Seattle, Wash. 

Nelson, Charles Horace, 1903-04, 

Nelson, E(dwin) E(ugene), VI, '02. Electrical Engineer, Northern Texas 
Traction Co., Fort Worth, Texas. 

Nelson, George A., 1873-77. Assistant Engineer, City Engineer's Office, 
Lowell, Mass. 

Nelson, George Lewis, ll, 1886-89. Marshfield Hills, Mass. 

Nelson, Henry Eugene, VI, 1891-93. Grocer, with E. B. Nelson Grocery 
Co., 2 Corey St., West Roxbury, Mass. 

Nelson, Henry H(awkms), Jr., II, '06. With the Associated Factory Mutual 
Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 



300 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Nelson, James Marston, I, 1889-92. 

Nelson, Norman, n, VI, 1907-09. P.O. Box 662, Westficld, N.J. 

Nelson, Stanley Foushee, A.B., I, 1905-07. Winchester, Ky. 

Nelson, Theodore, XIII (Aimapolis), 1902-03. Head of Department of Mathe- 
matics, Adelphi Academy, 344 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Nelson, Willard B(undy), VI, '98. Teacher of Physical Science, Manual 
Training High School, 237 7th Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Nelson, "W(illiam) A(ndrew), XIII, '05. Secretary, Allen Engineering 
Company, 1233 First National Bank Building, Chicago, III. 

Nesbit, Arthur F(leming), A.B., A.M., VI, '95- Professor of Physics, New 
Hampshire College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Durham, N.H. 

Nesbit, Harry, 1894-95- 

Nesmith, R(alph) H(oward), B.A., XIII, 1903-04. American La France Fire 
Engine Co., Elmira, N.Y. 

Nesmith, Thomas, Jr., II, 1896-99. With Lima Locomotive & Machinery 
Co., Lima, Colo. 

Nestor-Schnurmann, Harry, ill, 1902-03. With R. I. Maradcn, Finsbury 
Circus Buildings, 18 Eldon St., London E.C., England. 

Nettleton, Van Irving, I, 1899-02. Assistant Right of Way Agent, The Mis- 
souri Pacific Railway Co., Missouri Pacific Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

Neumann, Fernando, 1881-84. 

Nevin, Charles K(irkland) B(arker), IV, '96. Architect, 6 Beacon St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Newbegin, Parker C(leaveland), A.B., I, '94. Maintenance Engineer, 
Bangor & Aroostook Railroad, Houlton, Me. 

Newberger, Wallace, II, 1902-04. 

Newbold, Frederick R., 1873-74- 

Newbury, George K(ellogg), XIII, '98. 1222 Gaynor St., Denver, Colo. 

Newcomb, Hermann W., 1866-67. 

Newell, Allan H(ovey), II, '90. Promoter of Stone Quarry, Milton, Cala- 
veras County, Cal. 

Newell, Charles H., iv, 1873-75- 

Newell, Francis A., 1869-70. 

Newell, F(rederick) H(aynes), ill, '85. Director, U.S. Reclamation 
Service, Washington, D.C. 

Newell, Herbert D(amon), I, '96. Engineer, U.S. Reclamation Service, 
Hermiston, Ore. 

Newell, Jennie H., V, VIII, 1878-80. See Moore, Mrs. Lowell. 

Newell, John L(ouis), LL.B., X, '95. Lawyer, Rackemann & Brewster, 
75 Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 

Newell, Joseph Pettis, 1, 1884-87- Civil Engineer, Newell, Gossett & Walsh, 
Inc., 911 Spalding Building, Portland, Ore. 

Newell, L(ester) A(llan), ill, '99. Consulting Engineer, 424 Ernest and 
Cranmer Building, Denver, Colo. 

Newell, Lewis, XI, 1900-01. Oil Producer, 23 Congress St., Bradford, Pa. 

Newell, Lorenzo Boyden, II, 1884-87. Advertising Signs, 170 Summer St., 
Boston, Mass. 



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Newell, Samuel Moore, 1, 1885-87. 

Newell, W(illiam) S(tark), XIII, '99- With The Bath Iron Works, Limited, 

Shipbuilders and Engineers, Bath, Me. 
Newhall, Charles Alexander, Mechanic Arts, 1896-97. 18 Tremont St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Newhall, Charles Saunderson, III, '96. Fruit Grower, Central Point, Ore. 
Newhall, Edward, II, 1906-08. With J. L. Walker & Co., Lynn, Mass. 
Newhall, Ernest Leon, I, 1898-99. Receiving Teller, National Security 

Bank, Boston, Mass. 
Newhall, Everett H(iltz), v, '08. Chemist, with the Revere Sugar Refining 

Co., East Cambridge, Mass. 
Newhall, Henry B(orden), Jr., VI, '98. Contractor, New Jersey Foundry 

& Machine Co., 90 W^cst St., New York, N.Y. 
Newhall, Louis Chappell, IV, 1887-89. Of Newhall & Blevins, Architects, 

9 Park St., Boston, Mass. 
Newhouse, Henry L(eopold), IV, '94. Architect, 4630 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 

111. 
Newkirk, Edward Thompson, II, 1894-96. 
Newkirk, Eliza Jacobus, B.A., IV, 1902-03. Instructor in the History of 

Architecture, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 
Newkirk, Walter M(atthew), II, '92. Assistant Manager, William & Harvey 

Rowland, Incorporated, Frankford, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Newlands, James Andrew, B.A., XI, 1904-05. Chemist, Connecticut State 

Board of Health, State Chemical Laboratory, Middletown, Conn. 
Newlin, W(illiam) J(esse), B.A., A.M., II, '01. Professor of Philosophy, 

Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. 
Newman, Andrew Parker, Jr., l, 1888-92. Contracting Engineer, Johnson " 

Marble Co., 129 Maiden St., Boston, Mass. 
Newman, Arthur Brantley, vi, 1890-93. 

Newman, Frank E(aton), iv, '92. 1 123 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Newman, Rolf R(aymond), l, '04. Concrete Engineer and Contractor, 

607 Park View Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Newton, Annie H., 1882-83. 
Newton, E(dward) T(aft), 1886-88. Treasurer, Chemical Paper Co., Holy- 

oke, Mass. 
Newton, Herbert B(oyden), 1894-95. Treasurer, Newton Paper Co., 

Holyoke, Mass. 
Newton, James Stuart, IV, i886-88. Importer, G. S. Newton & Co., 26 

Broad St., Boston, Mass. 
Newton, Samuel Bailey, A.B., III, 1901-02. 204 Spring St., Newport, R.I. 
Newton, Sherley P(url), v, '06. Chemical Engineer, Dry Color Works, The 

, Sherwin Williams Co., Brown St. and Lester Ave., Newark, N.J. 
Nibecker, Claude Pendleton, XI, '03. Died November 10, 1908. 
Nicholas, H(enry) G(eorge), X, '08. With the American Sugar Refining 

Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Nicholas, Dtar J(ames), VI, '08. Reinforced" Concrete Engineer, with Baker 

& Hamilton, Branman St., San Francisco, Cal. 



302 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

NichoU, John S(eymour), ll, '07. Publicity Engineer, with Walter B. Snow, 

170 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 
Nichols, Albert Warren, VI, 1900-02. Assistant Mechanical Engineer, West- 

inghouse, Church, Kerr & Co., 10 Bridge St., New York, N.Y. 
Nichols, A(rcher) C(orbin), I, '08. 130 Pearson Road, Somerville, Mass, 
Nichols, Arthur R(ichardson), IV, '02. Of Morell & Nichols, Landscape 

Architects, 901 Palace Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Nichols, Bryant, II, '07. Cost Department, Revere Rubber Co., Chelsea, 

Mass. 
Nichols, Charles Albert, IV, 1901-02. Deceased. 
Nichols, Edward, IV, 1880-81. 70 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 
Nichols, Elijah B., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Nichols, E(verell) J(oseph), I, '78. Assistant Engineer, Massachusetts 

Highway Commission, 15 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 
Nichols, Frank Cutler, II, 1883-87. 166 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Nichols, Fred R(ichardson), vi, 1884-87. Teacher of Physics, R. T. Crane 

Technical High School, 2246 Van Buren St., Chicago, 111. 
Nichols, George Abram, IV, 1890-91, 1892-94. Architect, 25 E. 26th St., New 

York, N.Y. 
Nichols, George Monroe Gage, IX, 1894-95. 44 Washington St., Haverhill, 

Mass. 
Nichols, Gilbert M., in, 1875-77. Probate Matters, Selectman and Assessor, 

Assonet Village, Freetown, Mass. 
Nichols, Henry W(indsor), XII, '93. Assistant Curator of Geology, Field 

Museum of Natural History, Chicago, 111. 
Nichols, James Robinson, V, 1904-08. Chemist, with Michigan Sugar Co., 

Caro, Mich. 
Nichols, James Yoimg Smith, IV, 1897-98. Died 1903. 
Nichols, Kingman S., IV, 1873-74. 
Nichols, Margaret Homer, VII, 1898-00, 1901-02. See Shurtleff, Mrs. 

Arthur A. 
Nichols, P(rescott), R(aymond), VI, '07. Assistant Engineer, Associated 

Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Nichols, Robert Porter, IX, XIII, 1901-04. Treasurer, Maine Coast Co., 529 

Commercial St.„ Boston, Mass. 
Nichols, Rose Standish, rv, 1898-99. Garden Architect, 55 Mt. Vernon St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Nichols, Russell Harrison, XI, 1905-08. With The Hoyt Co. (Hardware 

Dealers), 347 Broadway, So. Boston, Mass. 
Nichols, Walter Bancroft, I, 1890-93. Reading, Mass. 
Nichols, WilUam Ripley, v, '69. Died July 14, 1886. 
Nichols, William Robert, VI, 1908-09. . 

Nicholson, Charles Mclvaine, 1867-68. 

Nicholson, Dow Hi(ram), I, '05. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water Sup- 
ply, City of New York, Kitchawan, N.Y. 
Nicholson, W. H., i88o-8i. 
Nickels, Arthur Ricker, ill, 1883-87. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 303 

Nickerson, A(ddison) D(oane), I, '88. Civil Engineer, Stone & Webster 
Engineering Corporation, Keokuk, Iowa. 

Nickerson, A(rthur) H(enry), II, '02. Engineer, American Agricultural 
Chemical Co., 92 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Nickerson, Clarendon, X, '98. With the Waterbury Parrel Foundry & 
Machine Co., 105 Clowes Terrace, Waterbury, Conn. 

Nickerson, Ernest, 1, 1887-90. 

Nickerson, Frederic, rv, '04, IV, S.M., '05. Architect, Crocker Building, 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Nickerson, Harry Levine Roeschlaub, B.A., V, 1905-06. 1 8th and Maine Sts., 
Quincy, 111. 

Nickerson, John WCinslow), II, '09. Industrial Engineer, Glenlyon Dye 
Works, Saylesville, R.I. 

Nickerson, Lester Willis, Ph.B., V, 1902-03. Technical Salesman, Cassella 
Color Co., 126-128 So. Front St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Nickerson, Mark, Ph.B., rv, 1907-08. 

Nickerson, William E., V, '76. Mechanical Expert, 41 West 1st St., So. 
Boston, Mass. 

Nicol, Norman C(armichael), XI, '09. Chemist, with the New York Conti- 
nental Jewell Filtration Co., 15 Broad St., New York, N.Y. 

Niditch, Isadore, V, '05. Chemist, with the Hopewell Railroad Supply Co., 
Needham Heights, Mass. 

Nields, Benjamin, Jr., II, ill, 1899-04. With the National Malleable Cast- 
ings Co., 7706 Piatt Ave., S. E., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Niles, Eliot W(right), VIII, '04. 

Niles, Frank Lee, ill, 1903-07. Medical Student, Columbia University, 437 
W. 59th St., New York, N.Y. 

Niles, Seymour Mansfield, V, 1907-08. With Excel Shoe Form Co., 49 
State St., Lynn, Mass. 

Niles, William Avery, II, 1896-97. 

Nilson, Leonard Johan, il, 1888-90. 

Nimick, Alexander, X, 1910-11. 6101 5th Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Nims, Lester Albert, I, '01. Died March 16, 1905. 

Nims, Norman G(ranville), IV, '90. With McKim, Mead & White, Archi- 
tects, 160 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Nisbet, John Lord, V, 1891-94. Secretary and Treasurer, South Atlantic 
Coal Co., P.O. Box 224, Savannah, Ga. 

Nisbet, Lewis D(exter), I, '09. Civil Engineer, Woolworth Filter Co. 
of New York, 83 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Nitschke, Charles William, rv, 1909-11. 1810 So. State St., Syracuse, N.Y. 

Nix, L(eo) D(emain), II, 1904-07. Salesman, American Radiator Co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Noa, Frederic M(artin), ix, '94. Writer, Lecturer and Linguist, Room 226, 
Indiana Building, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Noble, Frank C(harlton), I, 1877-81. Civil Engineer, Washoe Smelter, 
Anaconda Copper Mining Co., Anaconda, Mont. 

Noble, G(eorge) Curtis, iv. '06. Roswell, "N.Mex. 



304 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Noble, Henry J(ohnson), II, XI, 1904-07. With the Otis Elevator Co., 
17 Battery Place, New York, N.Y. 

Noble, H(oward) A(gnew), n, '97. With the Pittsburgh Spring & Steel 
Co., Farmers Bank Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Noble, Howard G., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. Whip Manufacturer, 
Reliance Whip Co., Westfield, Mass. 

Noble, Ivory B., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Noble, James B(owen), IV, '10. Foreman of Steel Shop, Wm. B. Hough Co., 
1340 Monadnock Building, Chicago, 111. 

Noble, Orville Reuben, II, 1880-82. Granville, Mass. 

Noble, Raymond, IV, 1894-96. 

Noble, T(heron) A., Il, 1884-86. Consulting Engineer, North Yakima, Wash. 

Noble, Walter E(dwin), I, 1889-91. Assistant Engineer, City Engineer's 
Department, City Hall, Fall River, Mass. 

Noblit, Joseph Curtis, VI, 1889-92. Sales Agent, Halhvood Cash Register 
Co., 41 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

Nolan, John Joseph Aloysius, 1899-01. 

Nolan, Thomas Alphonsus, I, 1902-04, 1905-06. 19 Paul Gore St., Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 

Nolle, Julius, II, 1894-98. 

Norcross, Edward M., 1872-76. Treasurer, William C. Norcross Co., 486 
Albany St., Boston, Mass. 

Norcross, J(osiah) C(rosby), 1888-89. Assistant Superintendent, of In- 
stallations, Edison Electric Illuminating Co., 39 Boylston St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Nordstrum, Ludwig Sanger, VI, 1903-05. Machinist, Steflfens House of the 
Great Western Sugar Co., 501 Raton Ave., La Junta, Colo. 

Nordyke, Addison Haynes, Jr., 1902-03. Died September 25, 1905. 

Norman, George H., 1882-83. Deceased. 

Norman, Hugh Kinsley, 1879-80. 

Norman, Lionel, vi, 1893-96. 

Norris, Albert P(erley), M.D., v, '97. Physician, 760 Massachusetts Ave., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Norris, A(lmon) E(vans), II, '90. Chief Engineer, Mead, Morrison Man- 
ufacturing Co., Cambridge, Mass. 

Norris, Clarence G(eorge), I, '90. Town Engineer, 50 Williams Ave., Hyde 
Park, Mass. 

Norris, G(eorge) H(enry), i88o-8i. Merchant, 186 East Water St., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 

Norris, G(eorge) L(incoln), III, '87. Engineer of Tests, American \'ana- 
dium Company, 321 Frick Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Norris, Grace Adelaide, VII, 1893-97. Assessors' Ofifice, City Hall, Chelsea, 
Mass. 

Norris, R(eginald), VI, 1892-95. Note Teller, International Banking Cor- 
poration, 200 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Norris, Walter Henry, I, 1890-94- Bridge Engineer, Maine Central Rail- 
road, Portland, Me. 



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Norris, Webster, III, '81. Superintendent of Rubber, 102 East Emerson 

St., Melrose, Mass. 
Norris, Wilfred A(ddison), IV, 1878-79. Architect, 35 Coolidge Hill Road, 

Watertown, Mass. 
North, Edward, 2d, III, '00. Died February 8, 1902. 
Northend, William Wheelwright, IV, 1880-81. Deceased. 
Northey, Edward Anthony, 1886-87. 71 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 
Northey, H(erbert) W(;inslow), IV, 1883-86. Architect, Puritan Club, 50 

Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Northey, William E(zra), 1889-90. Insurance and Real Estate Business, 

[06 Washington St., Salem, Mass. 
Northrop, J(oseph) W(alter), Jr., A.B., IV, '10. Draughtsman, with Little & 

Browne, Architects, 70 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 
Northrup, Carl Frederick, Ph.B., VI, 1902-04. Instructor in R-Iathematics, 

High School, Waterbury, Conn. 
Northrup, E(dwin) S(aunders), VI, 1892-95. Electrical Engineer, State 

Architect's Office, Albany, N.Y. 
Norton, Arthur Edwin, Ph.B., II, 1908-09. Assistant Professor of Mechani- 
cal Drawing, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 
Norton, Charles H., 1873-78. 5 Gorham St., West Somerville, Mass. 
Norton, C(harles) L(add), VI, '93. Professor of Physics, Massachusetts 

Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Norton, Clifford, II, 1896-97. 

Norton, Edgar Warner, iv, 1894-96. Architect, 1006 Slater Building, Worces- 
ter, Mass. 
Norton, F(rancis) C(obb), IX, '93. Manager, Warren Lime Co., and of 

Francis Cobb & Co., Wholesale Grocers, Rockland, Me. 
Norton, Fred E(lmer), ll, '91. 22 Atlantic St., Lynn, Mass. 
Norton, George Chester, iv, 1902-04. Architect, Asmus & Norton, 505-508 

Cole Building, Nashville, Tenn. 
Norton, G(eorge) R(oswell), II, '07. First Lieutenant, U.S. Army Ordnance 

Department, Watertown, Mass. 
Norton, H(arold) L(ee), ill, '03. Chief Engineer, Old Dominion Copper 

Mining & Smelting Co., P.O. Box 2342, Globe, Ariz. 
Norton, John F(oote), Ph.D., V, '06. Instructor in Sanitary Chemistry, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Norton, Lewis Mills, 1872-73. Died April 26, 1893. 

Norton, Mrs. Lewis Mills (Peloubet, Alice), A. B., XI, 1894-96. Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Household Administration, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
Norton, Paul W(illard), A.B., IV, '08. Draughtsman, Phoenix Bridge Co., 

Phoenixville, Pa. 
Norton, Roy Wilmarth, VI, 1904-08. Vineyard Haven, Mass. 
Nottage, John, 1867 68. 

Nourse, Henry M., 1867-68. 29 Pemberton Sq., Boston, Mass. 
Nowell, J(ohn) C(hase), VI, '94. Plant Manager, The Bell Telephone 

Company of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Nowell, Walter Gates, 1895-96. 

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306 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Noyes, A(rthur) A(mos), Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D., v, '86, v.S.M., '87. Professor of 
Theoretical Chemistry, Director of the Research Laboratory of Physi- 
cal Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Noyes, Edmund Horatio, VII, 1890-93. Sharon, Mass. 

Noyes, Edward P., A.B., II, 1884-85. Mechanical Engineer, 13 Doane St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Noyes, Emory C(hase), I, '07. Engineer, with the Trussed Concrete Steel 
Co., Trussed Concrete Building, Detroit, Mich. 

Noyes, Erskine Phillips, 1, 1903-06. With Public Works Department, U.S. 
Na^y Yard, Charlestown, Mass. 

Noyes, Harriet Niles, VU, 1896-99. See Hughes, Mrs. Clarence W. 

Noyes, H(arry) F(ordham), m. '04. General Superintendent, Princess Fur- 
nace Co., Glen Wilton, Va. 

Noyes, H(arry) L(incoln), I, '90. Mechanical Engineer, Union Carbide 
Co., Union St., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 

Noyes, Henry Ford, B.A., x, 1889-90. 

Noyes, Herman L., '89, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Noyes, Joseph Cobham, I, 1894-96. 394 Danforth St., Portland, Me. 

Noyes, J(oseph) K(arr), I, '90. President, Noyes Comb Co., 13 Ferry St., 

Binghamton, N.Y. 
Noyes, Leonard Hazen, V, 1895-96. Teller in Savings Bank, 48 Washington 

St., Haverhill, Mass. 
Noyes, Margaret, 1878-81. See Otis, Mrs. Charles P. 
Nuckolls, Asa Hopkins, A.B.,V, 1902-03. 207 E. Ohio St., Chicago, 111. 
Nute, Jos(eph) E(dson), I, '85. Manager, Fall River Gas Works Co., 

155 North Main St., Fall River, Mass. 
Nutter, Alfred D(eWitt), I. 'oi. Structural Draughtsman, Allegheny County 

Engineers' Office, 308 Court House, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Nutter, Charles L(atham), II. '93. Treasurer and Manager, Old Colony 

Foundry Co., East Bridgewater, Mass. 
Nutter, Charles P., 1884-85. Electrical Engineer on Construction Work, 

loi Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 
Nutter, C(harles) "W(arren), 11, '07. With the Boston & Albany Railroad, 

West Springfield, Mass. 
Nutter, Harry G(odfrey), VI, '03. City Electrician and Superintendent of 

Wires, City of Chelsea, City Hall, Chelsea, Mass. 
Nutter, O(scar) E(ugene), II, 1883-87. Assistant Superintendent, Saco- 

Pettee Co., Newton Upper Falls, Mass. 
Nutter, Ralph H(erbert), II, '03. With N. H. Nutter, Wholesale Dealer 

in Wood and Lumber, 343 Union St., Lynn, Mass. 
Nutting, Charles W., i88o-8i. School of Mechanic Arts. 

Nyce, J(oseph) Crawford, VI, '04. Seattle Tacoma Power Co., Seattle, Wash. 
Nye, George H(erbert), I, 1881-84, 1885-86. Superintendent of Cemeteries, 

City of New Bedford, 23 Arnold Place, New Bedford, Mass. 
Nye, Joseph K., 1876 77, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Nyhen, Joseph Albert C(ameron), Mechanic Arts, 1899-00. Bacteriologist, 

Board of Health Laboratory, Brookline, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 307 

Oaks, Henry Lane, 1902-03. 

Obear, George B(arrows), Sc.M., Ph.D., VI. '03. Instructor in Physics, Colby 
College, Waterville, Me. 

Obear, Howard Leslie, VI, 1902-05. Now Ober, Howard Leslie. 

Ober, Howard Leslie, VI, 1902-05. 38 Putnam Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

Ober, Arthur J(oseph), I, '92. Assistant Engineer, U.S. Engineers Office, 
Newport, R.L 

Ober, Julius E(dward), V, '01, v, S.M., '02. Chemist and Metallurgist, 
West Penn Steel Co., Brackenridge, Pa. 

Ober, Paul Joseph, 1896-97. Banker and Broker, 89 Forest St., Newton 
Highlands, Mass. 

Ober, Ralph Hadlock, 1890-91. Superintendent of Buildings, Seattle, Wash. 

O'Brien, Charles J., 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts. 

O'Brien, James H., B.S., X, '10. Assistant Engineer of Materials, American 
Blower Co., Detroit, Mich. 

O'Brien, James Joseph, ill, 1902-03. 11 Prospect St., Charlestown, Mass. 

O'Brien, John F., 1886-87. Visitor and Settlement Clerk, 43 Hawkins St., 
Boston, Mass. 

O'Brien, Robert Emmett, 1900-01. 

O'Brien, Timothy Leo, 1895-96. 

O'Brien, William Lemon, Jr., I, 1881-83. Deceased. 

O'Connell, Catherine Cecilia, VII, 1896-97. Teacher, Paul Revere School, 
Prince St., Boston, Mass. 

O'Connell, Delia Maria, A.B., m.d., VIII, 1893-94. Physician, 63 Maple 
St., Marlboro, Mass. 

O'Connell, George P(aul), I, '02. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water 
Supply, City of New York, Brown Station, N.Y. 

O'Connor, Arthur "W(ellington), II, '04. West Bridgewater, Mass. 

O'Connor, Ellen Maria, VII. 1898-99. Teacher, Warren School, Charles- 
town, Mass. 

O'Connor, Martin Arthur, II. 1901-04. 282 Williams St., Providence, R.I. 

O'Conor, Charles Timothy, XI, 1902-04. 119 Washington St., Peabody, 
Mass. 

Odell, John R(ipley), V. '03. With Oceana Canning Co., Shelby, Mich. 

Oehne, Theodore Carl, Jr., VI. 1902-06. 5401 Ellis Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Oelrich, Edward, IV. 1895-97. 

O'Farrell, Alphonsus, XIII, 1902-05. 82 Dustin St., Brighton, Mass. 

Ofenstein, Clarence Leo, I, 'n. Draughtsman, City Engineer's Office, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Ogarrio, Rudolfo, Jr., I, 1904-07. 6th Heroes, 103, Mexico City, Mexico. 

Ogden, Jay B(ergen), M.D., VII, 1900-or. Physician, Metropolitan Life In- 
surance Company, i Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Ogden, William M., M.D., 1866-67. 

Ogle, John Howard, M.E., E.E., VI. 1902-03. Teacher of Physics and Chem- 
istry. Address, University Club, 6th and Hill Sts., Los Angeles, Cal. 

O'Grady, Marcella Imelda, IX, '85. See Boveri, Mrs. Theodor. 

O'Grady, Thomas, Jr., IV, 1877-79- Died February 25, 1891. 



308 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

O'Hallaran, Thomas Henry, ll, 1899-00. 

O'Hanlon, Thomas Joseph, VI, 1897-99. Chinook, Chouteau County, Mont. 
O'Hara, Amia Famiie, IX, 1892-96. Sec Bentham, Mrs. Charles E. 
O'Hara, J(ames) R(andall), Jr., II, '06. With the Sullivan Machinery Co., 

1227 Brown Marx Building, Birmingham, Ala. 
O'Hearn, Thomas Benedict, A.B.. I, 1908-09. 282 Riverside St., Lowell, 

Mass. 
O'Hearn, Timothy C(yril), X, '99. City Electrician, Cambridge, Mass. 
O'Hearn, William J(ohn), XI, '10. 191 Davis Ave., Brookline, Mass. 
Ohnuki, Riojo, II, 1908-09. 
Okada, Heita, 1890-91. 
Okie, Frederick E., 1871-73- With F. E. Okie Co., 124 Kenton Place, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Olaguibel, Romualdo Esteban, vi, 1905-07. 
O'Leary, Andrew John, 1900-01. 
O'Leary, Frederick Alfonsus, 1901-02. 

O'Leary, "Wesley Alvah, 1891-92. 371 County St., New Bedford, Mass. 
O'Leary, W(illiam) (Henry) J(oseph), A.M., VI, '99- J- O'Leary & Co., Elec- 
trical Engineers and Contractors, 36 Recollet St., Montreal, Que. 
Olin, Edwin R(ead), X, '97. Assistant Engineer, Construction Depart- 
ment, Boston Elevated Railway Co., loi Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Olivares, Guillermo, 1898-99. 
Oliver, Charles Edward, 1885-86. 
Oliver, Leslie Allen, B.A., IV, 1898-00. Architect, 103 Park Ave., New York, 

N.Y. 
Oliver, Marshall Francis, A.B., IV, 1895-97. 
Oliver, Wilfred Nealley, II, 1902-04. Draughtsman, Boston Bridge Works, 

E. Cambridge, Mass. 
Olmsted, F(rederic) A(rthtir), X, '03. Chemical Engineer, Willamette 

Pulp & Paper Co., Oregon City, Ore. 
Olmsted, Herbert Warner, 1901-02. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water 

Supply, City of New York, Valhalla, N.Y. 
Olzendam, Louis Herman, 1883-84, 1885-86. 
Omansky, Morris, v, 'n. 34 Auburn St., Boston, Mass. 
O'Neil, Leo Francis, A.B., VI, 1902-03. W'inthrop Building, Boston, Mass. 
O'Neill, Francis Michael, l, 1907-10. Building Contractor, John J. O'Neill 

Co., Holyoke, Mass. 
O'Neill, Haylett, A.B., VI, '09. Assistant Engineer, Interborough Rapid 

Transit Co., 600 West 59th St., New York, N.Y 
O'Neill, J(eremiah) F(rancis), 1898-99. Instructor in Wood-Work and 
Foundry Work, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
O'Neill, John H(enry), XI, '10. American Museum of Natural History, 

New York, N.Y. 
Onodera, Shyoichiro, 1901-02. Died March 11, 1909. 
Oppenheim, Robert Emmett, II, 1896-99. Died December 9, 1899. 
Orchard, Edward F(rederick), n, 1904-07. Manufacturing Jeweler, R. T. 
Hewitson & Co., 21 Bromfield St., Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 309 

Orchard, William John, XI, 'n. 14 Fletcher St., Roslindale, Mass. 

Orcutt, Harvey B(axter), I, '06. Draughtsman, Phccnix Bridge Co., 
PhcEnixville, Pa. 

Ordway, D(aniel) L(eighton), V, '01. Assistant Director, Research Labora- 
tory, National Carbon Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Ordway, Elizabeth M., 1876-77- Deceased. 

Ordway, Mrs. J. M. (Walton, Evelyn), X, '81. 100 Green St., Lynn, Mass. 

Ordway, Louisa M., 1877-78. See Teele, Mrs. 

Orem, Archie Joshua, ill, 1907-09. 306 Auerbach Building, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

O'Riordan, Andrew, 1904-05. \\'ith General Electric Co., Lynn, Mass. 

Orme, James B(ooth) L(ockwood), v, '06. Patent Attorney, with Duell, 
Warfield & Duell, 2 Rector St., New York, N.Y. 

Ormsby, Fred R. S., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Orr, Hugh, IV, '97. Architect, 7 Water St., Boston, Mass. 

Orr, Thomas W(hitley), I, '08. With the Kansas City Terminal Railway 
Co., 3821 Warwick Boulevard, Kansas City, Mo. 

Orrok, Geo(rge) A(lexander), 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., V, 
1885-88. Mechanical Engineer, New York Edison Co., 55 Duane St., 
New York, N.Y. 

Ortseifen, A(dolph) J(ohn), XIII, '05. Vice-President, Britten & Ortsei- 
fen Co., General Contractors, loio Hartford Building, Chicago, 111. 

Orvis, Christel, IV, 1866-69. Architect (Retired), 6 Peter Parley Road, 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Osborn, Franklin 2d, ill, 'n. Nevada Douglas Copper Co., Ludwig, Nev. 

Osbom, Harold, VI, '03. 5450 Cornell Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Osborne, Clarence William, 1904-05. Maine St., Fort Fairfield, Me. 

Osborne, George Clinton, ll, 1886-88. Lardo, B.C. 

Osborne, Harold S(mith), VI, '08, Eng.D., '10. With the Engineering Depart- 
ment, American Telephone e^ Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Osborne, Theodore M., A.B., 1871-78. Died February, 1899. 

Osgood, Charles Gerrish, 1, 1890-92. 

Osgood, Mrs. D. W. (Conkrite, Daisy Wood), 1899-00. 

Osgood, Edward G., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Osgood, E(dwin) P(utnam), XI, '97. Consulting Engineer, and U.S. Dep- 
uty Mineral Surveyor, Fallon, Nev. 

Osgood, Farley, 1893-94. General Superintendent, Public Service Electric 
Co., Public Service Building, Newark, N.J. 

Osgood, Frank Otis, 1883-84. Deceased. 

Osgood, George, 1871-72. Farmer, Kensington, N.H. 

Osgood, George Frederick, iv, 1887-90. 

Osgood, Harry E(dmund), II, '00. Plant Engineer, with J. Bancroft & Sons 
Co., Wilmington, Del. 

Osgood, Henry Blanchard, A.B., VI, 1879-80. 

Osgood, Henry D(ouglas), XI, '98. Fallon, Churchill County, Nev. 

Osgood, I(saac), II, '00, 11, S.M., '01 . Inspector, Underwriters Bureau of New 
England, 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 



310 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Osgood, Joseph O., 1877-78. Chief Engineer, Central Railway Co. of New 
Jersey, 143 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. 

Osgood, J(osiah) A(lonzo), 1866-68. Civil Engineer, Sierra Madre, Los 
Angeles County, Cal. 

Osgood, Paul M(oody), B.S., v, 1899-00. Chemist with the North Packing & 
Provision Co., Somerville, Mass. 

Osgood, Tom "William, B.S., III, 1902-03. 1 116 Fourth Ave., Fargo, No.Dak. 

Osgood, William Henry, 1881-84. City Ofhcial, 7 Witherbee St., Marl- 
boro, Mass. 

O'Shea, Peter Francis, II, 1905-08. 39 Arlington Ave., Northampton, Mass. 

Osmont, Vance Craigmiles, VI, 1892-94. 

O'Sullivan, Jeremiah J., 1, 1903-04. Attorney-at-Law, Wyman's Exchange, 
Lowell, Mass. 

Otis, Mrs. Charles P. (Noyes, Margaret), 1878-81. Andover, Mass. 

Otis, George William, 1, 1903-05. American Blue Stone Co., Warsaw, N.Y. 

Otis, Hamilton, I, '92. Deceased. 

Otis, Herbert Foster, IV, 1880-83. 165 Fisher Ave., Brookline, Mass. 

Otis, James, A.B., 1882-83. 

Otis, Webb Harlan, b.m.e., ll, 1904-07. 

Otterson, J(ohn) E(dward), (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '09. Assistant Naval 
Constructor, U.S.N., NaA'y Department, Washington, D.C. 

Ovington, Earle L(ewis), VI, 1900-03, 1904-05. Electrical Engineer, Newton 
Highlands, Mass. 

Owen, Allison, Iv, 1892-94, Of DiboU, Owen & Goldstein, Limited, Archi- 
tects, Perrin Building, New Orleans, La. 

Owen, Edward H., Jr., II, '79. Died July 3, i8go. 

Owen, E. Fred(erick), 1882-83. 

Owen, Fred B(rown), vi, '96. Commercial Engineer, Fort Wayne Electric 
W^orks, of General Electric Co., Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Owen, George, II, '94. Marine Architect, 33 Nonantum St., Newton, Mass. 

Owen, James Martin, 1892-93. 

Owens, Joseph Edward, Mechanic Arts, 1893-95. 

Owings, Thomas,A.B., IV, 190S-08. 1636 Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 

Oxford, George Henry Kimball, VI, '91. Died May 2, 1899. 

Oxnard, Benjamin A(lexander), III, '75- Sugar Planter, Adeline, La. 

Oxnard, H(orace) W(hitcomb), I, '00. Assistant Engineer, Bangor & 
Aroostook Railroad, 55 Court St., Houlton, Me. 

Pacheco, Edmundo Correa, x, 1904-06. 

Packard, A(lpheus) Appleton, XIII, '98. Consulting Engineer, 25 Waverly 
Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Packard, Ambrose, l, 1888-91. Dredging Contractor, 31 Market Square, 
Providence, R.I. 

Packard, Edwin A(ugustus), LL.B., M.P.L., II, '99. Lawyer, Kiddle & Wen- 
dell, 115 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Packard, E(merson) H(eard), X, '07. Manager, Elmer C. Packard, Hay, 
Grain & Coal Business, 145 Crescent St., Brockton, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 3ll 

Packard, Frank L(ucius), rv, 1886-87. Architect, 1214 Hayden Building, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Packard, Geo(rge) A(rthur), in, '90. Manager, Raven Copper Co., Silver 

Bow Block, Butte, Mont., and Consulting Mining Engineer, 50 Con- 
gress St., Boston, Mass. 
Packard, James Benidict, ill, 1903-05. 
Packard, Leonard "Warren, VI, 1894-97- With Edison Electric Illuminating 

Co., Boston, Mass. 
Packard, "Winthrop, V, 1881-82. Washington Street, Canton, Mass. 
Packwood, Lahvesia P(axton) C(aruthers), IV, '09. See Udale, Mrs. 

Stanley M. 
Paddock, Benjamin Squires, iv, 1879-83. 
Paddock, M(orris) V(enner), Ph.C, V, 1902-03. Analytical Chemist and 

Druggist, 161 Union St., St. John, N.B. 
Paddock, Orville Wood, Vl, 1902-03. 
Paessler, V(inton) S(herman), A.B., A.M., II, 1891-94. Principal, Barlow 

School of Industrial Arts, Binghamton, N.Y. 
Page, Albion L(ambert), 1886-87. President, Vapo-Cresolene Co., 62 Cort- 

landt St., New York, N.Y. 
Page, Annie Lemist, V, 1880-83. Danvers, Mass. 
Page, Arthur H., 1882-83. 

Page, Atwood Collins, II, 1906-09. 94 Woodland St., Hartford, Conn. 
Page, Charles B(arnard), XIII, '99. Sales Manager, Ferro Machine & 

Foundry Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Page, Edward, Jr., VI, 1889-92. 501 Shawmut Bank Building, Boston, 

Mass. 
Page, Edward A., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Page, Edward D., 1873-74. Died December 30, 1905. 

Page, Edward Samuel, ill, 1889-91. Lawyer, 73 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 
Page, Frank A., 1876-77. Wholesale Leather Dealer, Shedd Leather Co., 

8 High St., Boston, Mass. 
Page, Frank Herbert, II, 1881-85. President, National Equipment Co., 

Confectioners' Machinery & Manufacturing Co., 48 Hampden St., 

Springfield, Mass. 
Page, Frederic Roscoe, 1866-69. With Alfred S. Hayes, Trustee, 937 Tre- 
mont Building, Boston, Mass. 
Page, Mrs. George H. (Hutcheson, Mary), V, 1884-87. Executive officer 

of the Boston Woman Suffrage Associations, 585 Boylston St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Page, George W.,iv, 1869-70. 

Page, HoUis Bowman, IV, 1881-82. Died August 4, 190T. 
Page, Homer Olson, II, 1901-03. Manager, Page Gas Engine Co., Adrian, 

Mich. 
Page, Newell C(aldwell), VI, '02. Instructor in Physics, Massachusetts 

Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Page, Raymond Felt, V, 1901-03. 507 Centre St., Newton, Mass. 
Page, Roland Everett, II, 1902-05. 



312 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Page, Stanley Henry, n, 190S-07. 2518 Pacific Ave., San Francisco, Cal. 
Page, Walter, XIII, '98. Resident Engineer, The E. I. duPont de Nemours 

Powder Co., Wilmington, Del. 
Page, William Bascom, 1869-70. 
Page, William Brewster, 11, 1889-91. Superintendent of Leominster Mill, 

Geo. W. \\'heehvright Paper Co., 62 West St., Eeominster, Mass. 
Page, Woodman Shute, 1881-83. Manager, Page Micelle Co., Chicopee 

Falls, Mass. 
Paget, John Wallace, II, 1886-88. Died October 31, 1900. 
Pagon, W(illiam) Watters, A.B., M.C.E., I, '07. Assistant Engineer, with 

J. E. Greiner, Consulting Engineer, 605 Continental Building, Balti- 
more, Md. 
Paige, E(llwood) B(ryant), IV, 1894-98. Plumbing and Heating Engineer, 

P.O. Box 232, Lynn, Mass. 
Paine, Cecil E(ric), 1888-89. School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., II, '93. Mechanical 

Engineer, with the Hyde Windlass Co., Bath, Me. 
Paine, C(harles) B(odweli), IV, '97. With the Hallowell Granite Works, 

Hallowell, Me. 
Paine, Charles W., 1871-72. 
Paine, Harold W(illiam) , Ph.B., X, '09. Electroplater with R. E. Sturdy Co., 

Kjo Eddy St., Providence, R.I. 
Paine, Herbert W., 1887-88, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Paine, John Bryant, 1886^87. Weston, Mass. 
Paine, Paul M(cClary), XII, '05. Assistant Superintendent, Honolulu Con- 

soHdated Oil Co., Fellows, Cal. 
Paine, Robert Treat, 2d, A.B., 1877-78. Lawyer, 60 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Paine, Robert Treat, 1883 84. Real Estate Trustee, 16 State St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Paine, Sumner, V, 1885-86. Deceased. 
Paine, Walter J., iv, 1872-74. 

Paine, Wilfred Arnold, IV, 1901-03. 1535 Menla Place, Columbus, Ohio. 
Paine, Mrs. Wilfred A. (Gibson, Jessie Gilbert;, iv, '03. 1535 Menla 

Place, Columbus, Ohio. 
Palmer, Alden Robbins, II, 1889-91. With the Henry Motor Car Co., 

Muskegon, Mich. 
Palmer, Alice Williams, 1876-80, 1881-83, 1888-89. 25 Autumn St., Fenway 

Station, Boston, Mass. 
Palmer, Charles Merwin, 1887-88. 
Palmer, Charles Nelson, III, 1888-91. 
Pahner, Edwin Amiss, II, 1886-90. With Mutual Assurance Society of \'ir- 

ginia, P.O. Box 404, Richmond, Va. 
Palmer, Frederick M., 1870-75- Died October 25, 1906. 
Pahner, George T(ruman), B.s., VII, '09, vn, S.M.. 'n. With State Board 

of Health, Trenton, N.J. 
Palmer, Guy Prescott, I, 1900-04. Division Engineer, Baltimore & Ohio 

Chicago Terminal Railroad, Room 353, Baltimore & Ohio Station, 

Chicago, 111. 



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Palmer, Harold Payson, 1884-86. 

Palmer, H(erbert) H(ammond), VIII, '09. Assistant in Physics, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Palmer, Howard Salem, VIII, 1904-05- With Trafific Department, New 
England Telephone & Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Palmer, Mrs. John B. (Cooley, Helen), M.D., V, '87. Physician and Dean, 
New York Medical College and Hospital for Women, 253 West 103d 
St., New York, N.Y. 

Palmer, J(oseph) P(orter), VI, 1892-95. Manager, Miles Pneumatic Tube 
Department, Lamson Consolidated Store Service Co., 1 123 Broadway, 
New York, N.Y. 

Palmer, L(jmdon) C(onstantine), VI, 1894-9S. Superintendent, F. M. Burt 
Co., Ltd., Seneca and Hamburg Sts., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Palmer, Mary, v, 1879-80. 

Palmer, Mary Tilton, 1880-82. 25 Autumn St., Fenway Station, Boston, 
Mass. 

Palmer, Robert, VI, '04. With Research Laboratory, General Electric 
Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Palmer, Virgil M(aro), II, '03. Vice-President, Manager and Chief Engi- 
neer of B. F. Board Motor Truck Co., Alexandria, Va. 

Palmer, ■W(illia)m I(rving), VI, '91. Treasurer, Palmer & Parker Co., 
Mahogany, Hardwood Lumber and Veneers, 103 Medford St., Charles- 
town, Mass. 

Palmer, Worthington, IV, '99- With E. DeL. Palmer, Real Estate Busi- 
ness, 106 State St., Albany, N.Y. 

Paquet, V(ictor) H(ugo), XIII, '03. Draughtsman, with the Bath Iron 
Works, Bath, Me. 

Paraschos, George T(heophanes), I, '02. New England Agent, Atha Steel 
Casting Co., 716 Board of Trade Building, Boston, Mass. 

Paraschos, Nicholas Theophanes, I, '92. Died March 22, 1893. 

Parce, Joseph Y(ale), Jr., II, '93. Teacher, Manual Training High School, 
Denver, Colo. 

Pardee, Harvey S(abin), VI, '09. Electrical Engineer, Commonwealth 
Edison Co., 28 No. Market St., Chicago, 111. 

Pardonner, John Hall, Jr., IV, 1893-94. 

Paris, Mrs. Louis J. (Edwards, Addle E.), V, 1886-87. 324 So. Union St., 
Burlington, Vt. 

Park, Charles F(rancis), II, '92. Associate Professor of Mechanical Engi- 
neering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Director of the 
Mechanical Laboratories, also Director of the Lowell Institute School 
for Industrial Foremen, Boston, Mass. 

Park, Dean "William, 18S1-84. Died May 5, 1909. 

Park, F(ranklin) A(twood), II, '95. Manager, The Singer Manufacturing 
Co., Limited, Singer, Clydebank, Scotland. 

Park, "Walter L(inwood), IV, 1883-85. Architect, Room 45, 15 Beacon St., 
Boston, Mass. 



314 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Park, Wisner Irving, 1885-86. 

Parke, Julius Leonard, A.B., iv, 1899-00. Deceased. 

Parke, Louis L., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Parker, Annie Mary, VII, 1894-95. 

Parker, Charles Brunei, 1888-91. With Hackensack Water Co., Weehawken, 
N.J. 

Parker, Charles H(amilton), II, 1892-95. Assistant Superintendent, Gen- 
erating Department, Edison Electric Illuminating Co. of Boston, 39 
Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Parker, Charles S., 1878-79. School of Mechanic Arts. 

Parker, Edward F(rancis),. Jr., ix, '04. Head Book-keeper, Beacon Trust 
Co., 20 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Parker, Edwin M(ason), IV, '94. Building Contractor, Kensington Park, 
San Diego, Cal. 

Parker, Effie M., 1882-83. 

Parker, Emma Harriet, B.S., V, 1900-01. Teacher of Chemistry, Newton 
High School, Newtonville, Mass. 

Parker, Ethelbert, II, 1898-99. Care of Warren Bros. Co., Boston, Mass. 

Parker, Frank G., 1866-67. 

Parker, Harry Orville, 1891-92. 

Parker, Herman, 1886-87. With the Macullar-Parker Co., 400 Washing- 
ton St., Boston, Mass. 

Parker, Horatio Newton, VII, XII, 1890-94, 1895-96. Dairy Bacteriologist, 
College of Agriculture, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

Parker, John Harleston, A.B., IV, 1893-95. Architect, Parker, Thomas & 
Rice, 1 10 State Street, Boston, Mass. 

Parker, Joseph W(arren), I, '09. Assistant Designing Engineer, Elevated 
and Subway Construction Department, Boston Elevated Railway 
Co., 2 Central Sq., Cambridge, Mass. 

Parker, L(lewellyn) A(delbert), IV, '06. Of Mayberry & Parker, Archi- 
tectural Engineers, 689-91 Pacific Electric Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Parker, Lovell H(allet), I, '05. Deputy Division Engineer, New York State 
Highway Department, Humane Building, Albany, N.Y. 

Parker, Mabel, 1895-96. See Rolfe, Mrs. George W. 

Parker, Paul Revere, XIII, '03. Superintendent, The Yuba Construc- 
tion Co., Marysville, Cal. 

Parker, Theodore, I, '81. Assistant Engineer, Bridge and Ferry Division, 
City of Boston, 62 City Hall, Boston, Mass. 

Parker, Theodore Bissell, I, 'n. 72 Ashford St., Allston, Mass. 

Parker, Will Rogers, VI, '99. With J. Walter Thompson Co., Advertising 
Agents, 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Parker, William Brackett, VIII, 1907-08. 

Parker, W(illia)m Denise, VI, 1893-95. Real Estate Broker, 40 State St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Parker, William E(dward), I, '99. With U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 
Washington, D.C. 

Parker, William Hartshome, li, 1881-83. 



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Parker, William Huntington, S.B., VII, 1893-94- 

Parker, William Prentis, 1876-77- 113 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Parker, William Thornton, IX, '97. Died June 7, 1900. 

Parker, Wilson Boyden, IV, 1885-87- Architect, 805 Board of Trade Build- 
ing, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Parker, Winthrop D(ana), IV, '95. Architect, of Alden & Parker, 12 Bos- 
worth Place, Boston, Mass. 

Parkes, Harry Charles, ill, 1888-52. 

Parkhurst, Charles W., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. Electrical Engineer, 
Cambria Steel Co., Johnstown, Pa. 

Parkhurst, Edith Adelaide, VII, 1894-93- Teacher, Roxbury High School, 
Roxbury, Mass. 

Parkman, Henry, 1865-66. 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Parks, Charles F., 1871-73- Deceased. 

Parks, Granville Hamblett, 1883-84- 205 Maryland Ave., N.E., Washing- 
ton, D.C. 

Parks, Oren E(lisha), I, '93. Associated with R. D. Gillett as Manager of 
the Woronoco Construction Co., in the construction of the Hampden 
Railroad, Westfield, Mass, 

Parlin, Raymond Washington, V, XI, 1903-08. Resident Engineer, Washing- 
ton County Water Co., Hagerstown, Md. 

Parlin, Mrs. Ra5rmond W. (Darling, Maude Frances), IV, '07- The Ware- 
ham, Hagerstown, Md. 

Parmelee, Cha(rle)s L(ester), l, Xl, '93. Consulting Engineer, 30 Church 
St., New York, N.Y. 

Parmelee, George L., 1884-86, 1888-89. 

Parmelee, William R., 1870-71. 

Parmenter, Horace Wellington, 1893-94. 

Parmly, Dalton, ill, 1S89-92. Real Estate Dealer, Oceanic, N.J. 

Parnall, William E., S.B., VI, 1892-93. 

Parrish, J(ames) Scott, 11, '92. Assistant Treasurer, Richmond Cedar 
Works, Gulf Red Cedar Co., and President, Chesterfield Apartment 
Co., P.O. Box 901, Richmond, Ya. 

Parrock, Harry P(ercy), II, '01. Sales Manager, Lumen Bearing Co., 
Buffalo, N.Y. 

Parsons, Archibald L(ivingstone), I, '97. Civil Engineer, U.S.N., Navy 
Department, New York, N.Y. 

Parsons, Charles O., III. '73. Died October 5, 1894. 

Parsons, Chester Henry, II, 1892-95. 21 Winthrop St., Marlboro, Mass. 

Parsons, Frank, ill, 1881-82. 

Parsons, Fred Hull, 1888-89. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water Supply, 
City of New York, 147 Varick St., New York, N.Y. 

Parsons, Gait F(ayette), VI, '06. Assistant to Manager, Woonsocket Elec- 
tric Machine & PowerPC©., Woonsocket, R.I. 

Parsons, H(arold) F(rank), I, '10. Levelman, Isthmian Canal Commission, 
Balboa, Canal Zone. 



3l6 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Parsons, Percy Grosvenor, 1889-90. 

Parsons, Sidney) A(ustia), I, 1881-85. Division Engineer, Massachusetts 
Highway Commission, 15 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Parsons, Sidney Herbert, 1893-94. 

Parsons, "William Edward, 1884-83. With General Electric Co., Schenec- 
tady, N.Y. 

Parsons, Willis Everett, x, 1893-97. With General Electric Co., Schenec- 
tady, N.Y. 

Partridge, Edward J., 1872-76. Died June 30, 1891. 

Partridge, Francis C, 1872-73. Died 1873. 

Partridge, Henry S., 1869-70. 

Partridge, Leon Jackson, 1884-85. 

Partridge, Welles Mortimer, VI, 1892-95. Clerg^'man, St. Michael Rectory, 
Marblehead, Mass. 

Pastorius, Charles Sharpless, iv, 1889-91. 

Pastoriza, Hugh G(irard), VI, '07. P.O. Box 71, Keokuk, Iowa. 

Patch, Charles H., 1872-73. 

Patch, Claude E(ldred), XIII, '02. In charge of Hull Estimating Division, 
U.S. Na\y Yard, Charlestown, Mass. 

Patch, Emerette Ophelia, VII, 1877-79, 1899-04. Teacher, Girls' High School, 
Boston, Mass. 

Patch, Ernest L(lewellyn), (Annapolis), II. 1906-07. Midshipman, U.S. Navy, 
U.S.S. Delaivare, care of Postmaster, New York, N.Y. 

Patch, James A(lfred), X, '00. Professor of Chemistry, Syrian Protestant 
College, Beirut, Syria. 

Patch, Maurice Bfyron), III, '72. Superintendent, Buffalo Smelting Works, 
Calumet & Hecla Mining Co., i Austin St., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Patch, Nathaniel K(night) B(ailey), II, 1897-00. Manager, Lumen Bearing 
Co., West Toronto, Ontario. 

Patch, Oscar L., 187&-79, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., II, 1880-82. Engineer 
and Machinist, 8 Winthrop Road, Lexington, Mass. 

Patch, Ralph R(eginald), XI, '06. Salesman, with E. L. Patch Co., Man- 
ufacturing Pharmacists, Boston, Mass. 

Patch, W(alter) W(oodbury), I, '94. Civil Engineer, U.S. Reclamation 
Service, Klamath Falls, Ore. 

Patchett, Sidney Arthur, 1906 07. 27 Williams St., Stoneham, Mass. 

Paterson, Robert Downing, VI, 1900-01. 

Patrick, A(rthur) L(oomis), X, 1890-93. Certified Public Accountant, Ely- 
ria, Ohio. 

Patrick, John, v, 1894-95. 

Patrick, Lloyd Alexander, iv, 1909-11. With E. F. Stevens, Architect, 9 
Park St., Boston, Mass. 

Pattee, John Q., IV, 1876-78. Died 1877. 

Patten, Harry C(hapman), Vl, '08. With D. C. & W. B. Jackson, 84 
State St., Boston, Mass. 

Patten, Jane B(oit), VII, '06. Instructor in Biology, Simmons College, 
Bo.ston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 31 7 

Patten, "W(illia)m F(letcher), vi, '95. Telephone Engineer, Chicago Tele- 
phone Co., Chicago, 111. 
Patterson, Geo(rge) W(ashington), A.B., M.A., Ph.D., vi, '87. Professor of 

Electrical Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Patterson, Henry R(athbone), A.B., II, '06. Superintendent, Trenton Iron 

Co., Trenton, N.J. 
Patterson, Juliet Clary, B.S., V, VII, 1902-03- 8 Montrose St., Roxbury, 

■ Mass. 
Patterson, Marion Dean, vil, 1897-98. 96 Main St., St. Johnsburj^, Vt. 
Patterson, William Forsyth, 1884-85. Capitalist, Selden, Va. 
Pattison, Edwin H., 1887-88, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Pattison, William Edmund, 1890^1. 
Pattison, William Edson, IX, 1893-95. 
Patton, Norman S., A.B., A.M., IV, 1873-74- Architect, 8 So. Dearborn St., 

Room 1412, Chicago, 111. 
Patton, Walter Lynn, IV, 1906-07- Architect, 29 W. Fulton St., Glovers- 

ville, N.Y. 
Paul, Mrs. Carroll (Longyear, Helen McGraw), iv, '09. Care of Bureau 

of Yards and Docks, Washington, D.C. 
Paul, Charles, I, 1874-76. 
Paul, Cha(rle)s E(dward), II, '00. Associate Professor of Mechanics, 

Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago, 111. 
Paul, Cha(rle)s H(oward), I, 1892-95- Engineer, U.S. Reclamation Service, 

Boise, Idaho. 
Paul, Robert Hallam, 1888-89. 
Pauli, Robert Frederick, Ph.D., ll, 1893-94- 
Paulsen, Hans Krieger, 1902-03. With Northern Manufacturing Co., 

Montreal, Quebec. 
Pauly, Karl A(lmon), VI, '96. Electrical Engineer, General Electric Co., 

Schenectady, N.Y. 
Pauvolid, Armando, I, 1907-08. 
Paxton, Blitz W., Ill, 1876-70. 

Payne, Albert Bronson, Jr., ill, 1890-92. Died 1895. 
Payne, Arthur Warren, ll, 1897-98. 
Payne, Frank E(dward), XIII, '05. With the Warren Steam Pump Co., 705 

Great Northern Building, Chicago, 111. 
Payne, Ja(me)s Harvey, x, '05. Industrial and Engineering Chemist, 

Yorktown, Va. 
Peabody, Alfred, IX, '04- Died February 17, 1908. 
Peabody, Alvin Luther, XIII, 1902-04- Little Neck, Ipswich, Mass. 
Peabody, C(ecil) H(obart), II, '77. Professor of Naval Architecture and 

Marine Engineering, in charge of Department of Naval Architecture, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Peabody, Dean, Jr., II, '10. Assistant in Mechanical Engineering, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Peabody, Francis Richardson, ll, 1892-94. President, Acushnet Process 

Co., New Bedford, Mass. 



31 8 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Peabody, Frank E., I, 1873-75. Banker, Kidder, Peabody & Co., 115 Dev- 
onshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Peabody, Henry G., A.B., IV. 1876-77. 
Peabody, Lucia M., 1876-78. North Sutton, N.H. 
Peabody, O(ctavus) L(ibbey), X, '07. With the George H. Morrill Co., 

Norwood, Mass. 
Peabody, Robert Swain, 1867-68. 
Peabody, Susan Wade, B.S., Ph.D., 1892-93. 5515 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 

111. 
Peabody, William Welcome, 1, 1889-91. Division Engineer, Board of Water 

Supply, White Plains, N.Y. 
Pead, William James, Jr., vi, 'u. 74 Marshall St., No. Adams, Mass. 
Pearce, J(ohn) Stewart, III, '09. Of Pilcher & Pearce (Insurance and Real 

Estate Business), Scott Building, Tulsa, Okla. 
Pearse, Langdon, A.B., I, '01, I, S.M., '02. Assistant Engineer, in Charge of 

Sewage Disposal Investigations. The Sanitary District of Chicago, 

1500 American Trust Building, Chicago, 111. 
Pearson, Albert W(illiam), VI, '03. Engineer with William H. Burkhardt, 

Fire Actuarial and Inspection Office, 540 Federal St., Camden, N.J. 
Pearson, Arthur H., 1867-70. Agent American Board of Commissioners for 

Foreign Missions, 124 Woodland Ave., Oberlin, Ohio. 
Pearson, Edward R(ichter), VI, '88. Designing Engineer, Shell Type Trans- 
formers, General Electric Co., Pittsfield, Mass. 
Pearson, Frank P., V, 1868-69. Retired. R.F.D., i, 956 New York Ave., 

Pasadena, Cal. 
Pearson, Gardner Whitman, 1885-86. Attorney-at-Law and Adjutant Gen- 
eral of Massachusetts, 416 Hildreth Building, Lowell, Mass. 
Pearson, Paul Henry, n, 1907-09. 91 Glenwood Road, Somerville, Mass. 
Pearson, Philip C (combs), B.D., v, '02. Rector, Christ Church, Ridgewood, 

N.J. 
Pease, Calvin Erwin, 1884-86. Died January 11, 1902. 
Pease, Charles H(enry), II, '98. Treasurer, Monadnock Blanket Mills, 

Marlboro, N.H. 
Pease, Edward Gardner, II, 1889-91. Vice-President, Buckeye Iron & Brass 

Works, 139 West 2d St., Dayton, Ohio. 
Pease, James Chase, III, 1901-02. Treasurer, Town of Merrimac; with 

Essex National Bank, Haverhill, Mass. 
Pease, Leon M(urray), II, '05. With Westinghouse Air Brake Co., Railway 

Exchange Building, Chicago, 111. 
Pease, Maurice H(enry), B.A., VI, '07. 41 Lexington St., New Britain, Conn. 
Pease, Ralph Southworth, A.B., v, 1909-11. Chemist, Burgess Sulphite 

Fibre Co., Berlin, N.H. 
Peaslee, Hiram Fred, 1889-02. Newton Road, Haverhill, Mass. 
Peavey, Leroy D(eering), I, '98. Consulting Statistician with Babson's 

Statistical Organization, Incorporated, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
Pechin, John S(helley), 11, '97. Farmer, Greyledge Farm, Buchanan, Va. 
Peck, Arthixr S(teams), VIII, '00. 40 Clinton St., Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 319 

Peck, Henry Lyman, V, 1888-89. Died December 6, 1890. 

Peck, John, Jr., 1865-66. 

Peck, Louis W., 1871-74. 

Peck, Orton A(bner), LL.b., IV, VII, 1902-03, 1904-05- Attorney-at-Law, 

United Shoe Machinery Co., 105 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 
Peck, Samuel Clarke, 1885-86. 

Peck, Sumner Stevens, 1903-04. 506 Main St., Lewiston, Me. 
Peck, Walter Toucey, VI, 1889-92. P.O. Box 769, Havana, Cuba. 
Peckham, Frank Irving, V, 1894-95- Manager, F. W. Woolvvorth & Co., 

1020 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Peckham, Harold Abner, IV, 1892-93. Merchant, Landers Peckham, 490 

Broadway, Newport, R.L 
Pedrick, Catherine Frances, B.S., VII, 1891-92. 
Peebles, Elizabeth Steele, v, 1902-03. 
Peet, Albert S(tanton), II, '09. Inspector, Associated Factory Mutual Fire 

Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Peet, ■W(illia)m Creighton, VI, 1890-92. Electrical Engineer and Contractor, 

of Peet & Powers, 45 West 34th St., New York, N.Y. 
Peiler, Karl E(rnst), VI, '04. Mechanical Engineer with W. A. Lorenz, 

60 Prospect St., Hartford, Conn. 
Peirce, Chadwell Stuart, r, 1902-05. Deceased. 

Peirce, Charles Carroll, 1882-84. Manager, Boston Office, Railway Depart- 
ment, General Electric Co., 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Peirce, Eugene Edgett, 1885-86. Assistant Engineer, Harbor and Land 

Commissioners of Massachusetts, 134 State House, Boston, Mass. 
Peirce, F(rederick) N(ewton), VI, 1905-07. In Bond Business, Care of Perry, 

Coffin & Burr, 60 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Peirce, Vernon M(arshall), I, '97. Chief Engineer, Office of Public Roads, 

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 
Pell, John Francis, ill, 1899-01. Manufacturer of Lasts, 96 Mechanic St;, 

Newark, N.J. 
Peloubet, Alice, 1894-96. See Norton, Mrs. L. M. 
Peltier, Florence, V, 1882-83. 187 High St., Hartford, Conn. 
Pelton, Ernest WCilliams), A.B., II, '03. With Cost Department, Stanley 

Works, New Britain, Conn. 
Pember, Walter P(urton) R(oss), IV, '02, IV, S.M., '03. Head Draughtsman, 

Fuller & Robinson Co., Architects, 95 State St., Albany, N.Y. 
Pemberton, Henry A(ugustus), II, '03. 

Pembroke, Earl Richard, III, 1899-00. Mine Manager, Pioche, Nev. 
Penard, Thomas E(dward), VI, '00. Electrical Engineer with the Edison 

Electric Illuminating Co., 39 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
PenDell, C(harles) W(illiam), vi, '98. Engineer, Contract Department, 

Public Service Co. of Northern Illinois, 137 South La Salle St., Chicago, 

111. 
Pendergast, Roland B(all), VI, '04. With Stone & Webster, 147 Milk St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Pendill, Pierre B(arbeau),B.S., VI, '02. 



320 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Pendleton, Everett Hall, ill, 1897-98. 168 Duane St., New York, N.Y. 

Pendleton, Lyman B(aker), I, 1885-88. Letter Carrier, Letter Carrier's 
Division at Post Office, New London, Conn. 

Penland, Harry Oliver, 11,1906-07. Union City, Ind. 

Pennell, Henry Bodge, 1887-89. Interior Decorator, 15 A. Beacon St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Pennell, "Walter O(tis), VI, '96. Chief Engineer, Missouri & Kansas Tele- 
phone Co., Gates Building, Kansas City, Mo. 

Pennock, G(eorge) A(lger), II, '99. Assistant Superintendent of Service 
& Maintenance, Western Electric Co., Hawthorne, 111. 

Penny, Alec N(ewton), ill, '08. With the Ray Consolidated Copper Co., 
Ray, Ariz. 

Penny, Junius Henry, i88o-8i. 

Penrose, Edward, Jr., 188182. 

Pepper, Benjamin W(ard), I, '09. With the Underwriters' Bureau of New 
England, 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Pepper, Chester Lawrence, 11, 'n. With Associated Factory Mutual Fire 
Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Pepperell, William Swett, Jr., Ill, 1897-98. Selling Department, Draper Co., 
Hopedale, Mass. 

Pequignot, Mrs. George A. (Boland, Mary A.), VII, 1894-99. Teacher, 
26 Floyd St., Winthrop Highlands, Mass. 

Percival, Harry Spauldiug, B.S., VI, 1902-04, 1905-06. With Plant Department, 
American Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Percy, Arthur Sewall, 1882-83. Plymouth, N.H. 

Perez, Faustino Apolonio, ill, 1889-95. Parras, Coahuila, Me.\ico. 

Perez, Fernando, 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Perin, Clifford, 1880-81. Died May, 1902. 

Perin, Frank L., 1875-76. 429 Lafayette xAve., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Perkins, Albert Jackson, 1884-85. Secretary, Perkins Bros. Co., Santa Ana, 
Cal. 

Perkins, Albert Sanborn, a.b., a.m., v, 1899-00. Alaster in the Dorchester 
High School, 70 Lyndhurst St., Dorchester Center, Mass. 

Perkins, Arthur, l, 1901-03. With F. E. Compton & Co., Publishers, New 
York and Chicago, 219 W. 104th St., New York, N.Y. 

Perkins, Charles Bruen, A.B., IV, 1883-84. Architect, 140 Boylston St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Perkins, Dwight H(eald), IV, 1885-87. Architect, 6 No. Clark St., Chicago, 
111. 

Perkins, Frank Edson, A.D.G.F., iv, '92. Architect, 225 Fifth Ave., New 
York, N.Y. 

Perkins, Frank Henry, 1865-66. 

Perkins, Frederick Wainwright, 1882-83. 

Perkins, George Batcheller, IV, 1889-91. Designer, 387 Beacon St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Perkins, George H(awthorne), II, '99. Head of Textile Engineering Depart- 
ment, Lowell Textile School, Lowell, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 321 

Perkins, Grace Hamilton, A.B., V, iSpr-gS, 1899-00. Died March 31, 1900. 

Perkins, Grafton Brookhouse, V, 1901-04. Advertising Manager, Resinol 
Chemical Co., Baltimore, Md. 

Perkins, Herbert B(oardman), I, '74- Professor of Mathematics, Throop 
Polytechnic Institute, Pasadena, Cal. 

Perkins, John M(cClary), VI, '01. Foundry Superintendent, with The 
Turner & Seymour Manufacturing Co., Torrington, Conn. 

Perkins, Park Valentine, 1902-03- Care of Perkins Brokerage Co., New 
York, N.Y. 

Perkins, Ralph W(illis), VI, '10. With Stone & Webster, 147 Milk St., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Perkins, Samuel Francis, V, 1905-06. Aerial Advertising, no Tremont St., 
Room 78, Boston, Mass. 

Perkins, Thomas T(ounge), M.D., IX, 1892-95. Physician, 315 Lincoln Ave., 
Cliftondale, Mass. 

Perkins, Wiley Howard, II, 1897-98. Died 1900. 

Perkins, Willard B., rv, 1870-71- Died December, 1896. 

Perley, Clarence W(amer), VII, '96. Chief of Division of Periodicals, 
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 

Perley, Henry C(haplin), II, '10- Draughtsman, with Hood Rubber Co., 
Watertown, Mass. 

Perley, William M(arshall), V, '98. With the Avery Chemical Company, 
88 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 

Perrin, Ethel, VII, 1892-93. Supervisor of Physical Training, Detroit Pub- 
lic Schools, 50 Broadway, Detroit, Mich. 

Perrin, Lester William, A.B., l, n, 1908-09- 463 Whitney Ave., New Haven, 
Conn. 

Perry, Arthtir P., M.D., 1876-77- Physician, 16 Revere St., Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. 

Perry, Charles Horatio, Mechanic Arts, 1898-99. 

Perry, Clyde Raymond, HI, 'n. With American Smelting & Refining Co., 
Apartado loi, Monterey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 

Perry, Edward DeWolf, VIII, 1901-03. 

Perry, Frank B(ridgham), II, '98. With the Mill Power Department, Gen- 
eral Electric Co., 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Perry, F(rederick) Gardiner, VI, '09. Instructor in Electrical Engineering, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Perry, George W(ason), Xlll, '05. General Manager, Weymouth Light & 
Power Co., East Weymouth, Mass. 

Perry, Harold R(obert), m, '10. Assistant in Mining Engineering and 
Metallurgy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Perry, Harry John, XI, 1906-08. Treasurer, The Wade Press, Inc., 84 Port- 
land St., Boston, Mass. 

Perry, Helen Stinson, 1881-82- 

Perry, Hiram Edmund, rv, 1888-90. Dyer and Finisher, Edgewater Finish- 
ing Co., 4080 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Perry, John Cranston, n, '92. Died August 31, 1904. 
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322 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Perry, Oliver H(azard), 1870-73- P.O. Box 86, Lowell, Mass. 

Perry, Oliver H(azard), Jr., XIII, '01. Naval Architect, P.O. Box 86, Lowell, 
Mass. 

Perry, Philip E(dward), 1, 1889-92. Instructor, Manual Training, 39 Clarke 
St., Lexington, Mass. 

Perry, Roland Ambrose, v, 1901-03. 

Perry, Stuart L., 1868-69. Deceased. • 

Perry, Thomas D(oaue), A.B., II, '00. Secretary and Manager, Dry Kiln 
Department, Grand Rapids Veneer Works, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Perry, "William G(raves), A.B., rv, '07. Student of Architecture, Paris, 
France. 135 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Persons, A(shton) C(lifford), V, '01. Chemist, American Thread Co., 
Willimantic, Conn. 

Pester, Richard, IV, 1879-80. 

Peter, Walter Gilson, IV, 1888-90. Architect, 520 13th St., N.W., Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

Peters, A(nthony) WCinfred), I, '01. 53 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. 

Peters, Charles B., 1882-83. 

Peters, Edward G., 1868-69. 

Peters, Morris Austin, iv, 1888-91. Superintendent of Construction, United 
Fruit Co., Puerto Barrios, Guatemala, Central America. 

Peters, Quintard, IX, '87. Died August 2, 1894. 

Peters, Robert Baylies, II, 1901-02. Vacuum Engineer, 742 So. Hill St., 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

Peters, William C(hute), M.D., VII, 1898-99. Physician, in State St., 
Bangor, Me. 

Peters, William Morgan, IV, 1873-76. With Derby Desk Co., Boston, Mass. 

Peterson, Andrew C, 1864-66. 

Peterson, Charles A(lbert), A.B., VI, '88. 53 Dana St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Peterson, Grace Otis, VII, 1897-98. Teacher, Cudworth School, East 
Boston, Mass. 

Peterson, Guy Crosby, III, 1897-00. With Engineering Department, Ameri- 
can Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Pettee, C(harles) L(eslie) W(ight), V, '97. Analytical and Consulting 
Chemist of the Hartford Laboratory Co., and State Chemist, Drawer 9, 
Hartford, Conn. 

Pettee, Eugene E(verett), VI, 1889-92. Of J. R. Worcester & Co., Consult- 
ing Engineers, 19 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Pettengill, Edward Dexter, 1895-96. 

Pettingell, William Moulton, X, 1905-10. 16 Otis Place, Newburyport, Mass. 

Pettit, Bertholf M(arsh), Ph.B., rv, '10. Architect, with Pond & Pond, 1107 
Steinway Hall, Chicago, 111. 

Petzold, Herbert Robert, Vl, 1905-09. Engineer, Lawrence Gas Co., Law- 
rence, Mass. 

Pevear, Arthur Stetson, VI, 1889-92. Agent, General Insurance Business, 
30 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 

Pevear, Munroe Rhodes, iv, 1909-11. Boxford, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 323 

Pew, John Howard, B.S., 11, 1889-90. 

Peycke, Armand Hawkins, II, 1909-11. 4812 Winthrop Ave., Edgewater 
Station, Chicago, 111. 

Peyton, William R(owzee), II, '90. Treasurer, Gowan, Peyton, Congdon 
Co., Wholesale Grocers, Duluth, Minn. 

Pezet, Alfonso W., XIII, 1907-08. Peruvian Legation, Panama. 

Pfeffer, Joseph Stanislaus, III, 1905-07. New England Manager, The Water- 
proofing Co., 23 N. Grove St., Boston, Mass. 

Pfeil, Walter George, II, 1904-06. 36th and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Phalen, W(illiam) C(lifton), Ph.D., V, '99, XII, S.M., '02. Geologist, United 
States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C. 

Phassoularides, Constantine D(emetrius), 1891-92, 1895-96. 

Phelan, J(oseph) W(arren), V, '94. Instructor in Chemistry, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Phelon, R(aymond) J(oseph), 1905-06. Tester, Knox Automobile Co., 
Springfield, Mass. 

Phelps, Alice Valentine, Mechanic Arts, 1896-97. Deceased. 

Phelps, Dudley Winston, IV, '10. 7 Hopper St., Utica, N.Y. 

Phelps, Earle B(ernard), v, '99. Consulting Sanitary Expert, 30 Church St., 
New York, and Assistant Professor of Research in Chemical Biology, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Phelps, Eugene, ill, '07. Rancher, Meeteetse, Wyo. 

Phelps, F(red) S(idney), II, '06. With the American Steel & Wire Co., i6th 
and Folsom Sts., San Francisco, Cal. 

Phemister, Walter R(obert), I, 1892-94- Office Manager, 1800 South 
2nd St., St. Louis, Mo. 

Philbrick, Annette Elizabeth, B.S., VII, 1901-02. See Locke, Mrs. 

Philbrick, Arthur, 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Philbrick, Burton G(arfield), VII, '02. Bacteriologist, Eaton & Philbrick 
Laboratories, 444 Market St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Philbrick, Halsey R(aymond), VI, 1504-06. Treasurer, of The Gale Electric 
Company, 295 State St., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Philbrick, H(erbert) S(haw), A.B., II, '06. Assistant Professor of Mechan- 
ical Engineering, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 

Philbrick, Joseph, X, '03. Mechanical Engineer, Towle Manufacturing 
Co., Newburyport, Mass. 

Philbrick, Joseph E(mest), X, '01. Superintendent, Brockton Gas Light 
Co., 46 Center St., Brockton, Mass. 

Philbrick, Shirley S(eavey), II, '98. 136 Linden St., Allston, Mass. 

Phillipps, George H., ill, '73- Died July 23, 1906. 

Phillips, Alexander, A.M., IV, 1898-99. Architect, 103 Park Ave., New York, 
N.Y. 

Phillips, Alfred I(ngersoll), Jr., II, '10. Mechanical Engineer with The 
Merion & Radnor Gas & Electric Co., Ardmore, Pa. 

Phillips, Arthur B., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Phillips, Charles Abbott, B.S., IV, 1892-94. 1615 Ashland Block, Chicago, 111. 

Phillips, Frank Nichols, VI, 1893-96. 



324 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Phillips, George WendeU, 1904-05. 

Phillips, H(arry) M(ilo), II, '93. Of Irwin-Phillips Co., Keokuk, la. 

Phillips, Henry Alexander, 1898-99. See Phillips, Alexander. 

Phillips, Henry A(yling) , IV, '73. Architect, 120 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Phillips, H(eiiry) M(orton), VI, '92. Electrical Engineer and Inspector 
of Engineering Material, U.S. Naval Department, Munhall, Pa. 

Phillips, Lee, II, '04. Salesman, National Radiator Co., Carnegie, Pa. 

PhilUps, Mary Nightingale, vn, 1902-03. Sharon, Mass. 

PhiUips, Robert S(tanley), B.S., V, '04. With Wall Plaster Department, 
Pittsburg Plate Glass Co., Venice, 111. 

Phillips, Walter Irving, VT, 1907-10. With New England Tel. & Tel. Co., 
Commercial Engineering Dept., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Phinney, Frank Ferguson, II, 1889-91. General Manager and Treasurer, 
Warren Steam Pump Co., Warren, Mass. 

Phinney, Herbert, II, 1898-01. Died January 29, 1903. 

Phinney, Robert M (orris), VI, '04. Assistant Engineer, Signal Department, 
Chicago & North Western Railway, 226 W. Jackson Boulevard, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Phipps, David "W(arren), LL.B., (Philosophy), '76. Retired, 43d Ave. and 
Grand Boulevard, Station D., Seattle, Wash. 

Phoenix, Amy Elizabeth, VII, 1896-98. Died February 5, 1898. 

Physeck, Percy Howard, 1, 1901-03. Kapowsin, Wash. 

Picard, D(aniel) C(harles), M.A., V, '03. President, The Picard Law Co., 
Consulting and Analytical Chemists, 231 1-2 Marietta St., Atlanta, Ga. 

Pickard, Greenleaf Whittier, V, 1897-98. Consulting Electrical Engineer, 
Amesbury, Mass. 

Pickering, George W., 1870-71. Died December 6, 1910. 

Pickering, Harold Beckford, VI, 1904-05. 303 Lafayette St., Salem, Mass. 

Pickering, O(scar) "W(arren), v, 1886-89. 42 Holden St., Maiden, Mass. 

Pickering, ■W(illiam) H(enry), VIII, '79. Astronomer, Harvard College Ob- 
servatory, Cambridge, Mass. 

Pickemell, Frank A(lbert), VI, '85. With the American Telephone & Tele- 
graph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Pickersgill, "William C(opeland), I, '05. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water 
Supply, City of New York, White Plains, N.Y. 

Pickert, Leo ■W(alter), V, '93. Vice-President, L. Pickert Fish Co., 16 
New St., East Boston, Mass. 

Pickles, Robert F., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Pierce, Albert R(ussell), IX, 1887-91. Superintendent, Pierce Manufactur- 
ing Corporation, New Bedford, Mass. 

Pierce, And(re)w G(ranville), Jr., 1881-82. Treasurer of Pierce Manufac- 
turing Corporation, President of Pairpoint Corporation, and President 
of Pierce Bros., Ltd., P.O. Box 34, New Bedford, Mass. 

Pierce, Arthur G(ilbert), VI, '92. District Manager, The Cutler-Hammer 
Manufacturing Co., 22 11 Farmers Bank Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pierce, Arthur ■W(oodbury), VI, '92. With the Engineering Department, 
Pittsfield Works, General Electric Co., Pittsfield, Mass. 



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Pierce, Dean, vm, 1874-76. 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Pierce, E(dward) Everett, Jilll, '99. Draughtsman with the New York 

Shipbuilding Co., Camden, N.J. 
Pierce, Edward L(illie), II, '86. Vice-President, the Semet-Solvay Co., 

By-Products Coke Corporation, P.O. Box 2, Syracuse, N.Y. 
Pierce, Frank H., 1871-72. 
Pierce, Frank Livermore, II, 1885-89. Vice-President and General Manager, 

Chelsea Fibre Mills, New York, N.Y., and President and Treasurer of 

the Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., Providence, R.I. 
Pierce, Fred M(erton), II, '04. Checker, American Bridge Co., Ambridge, 

Pa. 
Pierce, George Holt, VI, 1905-08. Statistician with the Metropolitan West 

Side Elevated Railroad, looi Royal Insurance Building, Chicago, 111. 
Pierce, Herbert F(rank), 1, '88. President, Pierce & Barnes Co., Civil 

Engineers, 7 Water St., Boston, Mass. 
Pierce, Howard Leroy, I, 1900-04. Civil Engineer, Woodbuiy, N.J. 
Pierce, J(ames) W(ilson), VI, 1887-90. Civil Engineer, P.O. Box 247, 

Durham, N.C. 
Pierce, Josiah, B.A., I, 1882-83, 1884-85. Died July 31, 1902. 
Pierce, Loring Ellsv/orth, 1889-90. E. Lexington, Mass. 
Pierce, Myron E(verett), LL.B., I, 1892-95. Lawyer, 6 Beacon St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Pierce, Reginald Kingsbury, 1895-96. Manager, Road Department, The 

Solvay Process Co., Syracuse, N.Y. 
Pierce, R(ichard) H(enry), A.B., VI, '85. Of Pierce, Richardson & Neiler, 

Consulting Engineers, 35 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Pierce, Robert E., 1872-73. 
Pierce, Robert Morris, 1, 1887-89. With Century Association, 7 West 43d 

St., New York, N.Y. 
Pierce, William Joseph, II, '08. Died September 8, 1910. 
Piercy, David J., 1866-67. 
Pierson, Ruth Ogden, B.A., VII, 1908-09. Bacteriologist, Rhode Island 

State Board of Health, State House, Providence, R.I. 
Pietsch, Theodore Wells, IV, 1885-88. Architect, American Building, Balti- 
more, Md. 
Pigeon, William G(ardner), IV, '00. 
Pigman, George Wood, Jr., VI, 1896-99. 
Pike, Alexander Rea, 1890-91. 

Pike, Clara M., 1878-80. Teacher, i Arlington St., Boston, Mass. 
Pike, Clayton W(ilbur), VI, '89. Vice-President and General Manager, 

Keller-Pike Co., 1213 Race St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pike, Gordon Brainerd, B.A., IV, 1890-91. With McKim, Mead & White, 160 

5th Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Pike, Jay Nelson, rv, 1898-00. Dentist, 820 Donaldson Building, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
Pike, Lucy Johnson, V, 1882-83. 
Pike, Otto S(amuel), II, '97. 104 Judson St., Maiden, Mass. 



326 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Pike, Robert, I, 1904-06. Pigeon Cove, Mass. 

Pike, William Abbott, I, '71. Died October, 1895. 

Pilgrim, Arthur Layton, VII, 1897-98. 

Pilling, Earl W(elliiigton), I, 'lo. With E. Worthington, Civil and Hy- 
draulic Engineer, Dedham, Mass. 

Pillsbury, Arthur Clifton, I, 1908-10. Civil Engineer, with Daniel S. Halla- 
day, 729 Central Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Pillsbury, Edwin S., 1885-86. Vice-President, Centur>' Electric Co., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Pillsbury, G(eorge) B(igelow), X, 1894-96. Care of Adjutant-General, 
Washington, D.C. 

Pillsbury, Joel H(orace), I, '96. Assistant Engineer, Grand Trunk Pacific 
Railway, Prince Rupert, British Columbia. 

Pingree, Edwin D(aniel), II, '96. Vice-President and Engineer, Manufact- 
urers Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 815 Grosvenor Building, Providence, 
R.I. 

Pinkerton, Thomas C(oulson), A.B., V, '05. Chemist with Baugh & Sons 
Co., 20 So. Delaware Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Pinkham, R(alph) H(oward), I, '99. Supervisor, Pennsylvania Railroad, 
Millville, N.J. 

Pinkham, Robert Sanborn, Ph.B., XIII, 1902-05. Pastor, First Baptist 
Church, Gardiner, Me. 

Pinto, Francisco de Miranda, I, 1887-91. Commercial Agent, Leopoldina 
Railway Co., Limited, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 

Piper, Carleton F(rench), III, '10. With Fuel Testing Dept., A. D. Little, 
Inc., Chemical Expert and Engineer, 93 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 

Piper, Edward E., 1872-74- 

Piper, WCalter) E(lbridge), V, '94. General Superintendent, Boston Rubber 
Shoe Co., Maiden, Mass. 

Piper, William Benjamin, 1889-90. Died April 6, 1896. 

Pirie, Frederick A(lexander), II, '05. With J. T. Wilson & Son, Contrac- 
tors & Builders, Xahant, Mass. 

Pitcher, Edmund H(enry), II, 'oo. With the Keene Screen & Ladder Com- 
pany, Keene, N.H. 

Pitcher, Floyd J(acob), I, 'lo. Draughtsman, Bridge Engineering Depart- 
ment, Boston & Maine Railroad, North Station, Boston, Mass. 

Pitkin, Charles Lewis, A.B., IV, 1906-08. 51 Strathmore Road, Brookline, 
Mass. 

Pitkin, J(ames) Sherman, A.B., IV, 1903-04. In Care of Real Estate, P.O. 
Box 1 05 1, New Haven, Conn. 

Pitman, Charles Brooks, 1,1878-80. 57 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Pitman, Harold A(lbert), I, II, 1884-86. Stock Broker, 53 State St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Pitner, Paul Jerome, III, 1901-02. In Business, Real Estate and Country 
Lands, 828-29 Union Oil Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Pitts, Earl P(helps),II, '02. Inspector, The Underwriters Bureau of New 
England, Room 451, 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 



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Pitts, Henry Sullivan, IV, 1902-03. Architect, with Mauran, Russell & 
Crowell, 1620 Chemical Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

Pitts, James A(lbert), II, '05. Manager, Lubricating Oil Department, Fraser 
& Chalmers, Limited, P.O. Box 619, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Place, AdolphE(dvs^in), I, '03. Consulting Mining Engineer, P.O. Box 189, 
Oaxaca, Mexico. 

Place, Alfred G(riffin), VI, '08. Seattle Electric Co., Seventh Ave., and 
OliveSt., Seattle, Wash. 

Place, Clyde R(ichmond), 11, '02. Mechanical, Electrical and Sanitary 
Engineer for Grand Central Station Architects, 70 E. 45th St., New 
York, N.Y. 

Place, Mark H(opkins), A.B., I, '06. Civil Engineer, Telephone Department, 
Illinois Tunnel Company, 162 West Monroe St., Chicago, 111. 

Plack, Louis, Jr., IV, 1889-91. 

Plaisted, Arthur Irving, VI, VIII, 1881-85. Electrical Engineer, Metropoli- 
tan Park Commission, Charles and Leverett Sts., Boston, Mass. 

Plaisted, Sheridan, A.B., 1887-8S. 

Piatt, William Barnes, 1891-92. 

Player, Preston, A.B., II, '01. Engineer, 15 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Playfair, George S(idney) S(edgwick), B.A., II, 1904-05. Efficiency Engi- 
neer, Felix Rackemann, Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 

Pleasants, John, 1889-90. 

Plimpton, Albert, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1895-96. 

Plimpton, A(rthur) L(eslie), I, '77. Civil Engineer-in-charge, Department 

of Civil Engineering, Boston Elevated Railway Co., loi Milk St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Plimpton, George L., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Plimpton, Thomas D(ickinson), II, '75. Private Business, Walpole, Mass. 
Plimpton, Waldo Lewis, 1885-86. 

Plimpton, Walter H., 1873-74. 373 Harvard St., Brookline, Mass. 
Plum, Stephen H(aines), 2d., 1891-92. Manager of Plant, Matthias Plum, 

Manufacturer of Machinery, Clinton and Beaver Sts., Newark, N.J. 
Plimib, Joseph Dart, 1879-80. Real Estate Development Business, 140 

Nassau St., New York, N.Y. 
Plumb, Ralph, II, 1896-97, 1898-00. Vice-President and General Manager, 

Buffalo Bolt Co., Buffalo, N.Y. 
Plumer, Edward A(shby), VI, '08. With the Engineering Department, 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 
Plumer, Fred Caldwell, V, 1894-95. 
Plumer, William George, iv, 1885-88. 
Plummer, Harold C(leveland), III, '06. Chief Mining Engineer, Tennessee 

Copper Co., Ducktown, Tenn. 
Plummer, H(arold) H(athaway), 1882-83. Manager, Pacific Coast Sales 

Department, Baxter D. Whitney & Son, 424 Pacific Block, Seattle, 

Wash. 
Plummer, Howard C(lark), III, '00. Secretary and Manager, Niles Sand, 

Gravel «& Rock Co., Niles, Alameda County, Cal. 



328 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOlOGY 

Pltmuner, Laura Susanna, S.B., VII, 1892-96, 1900-03, 1904-05- Teacher, Bos- 
ton Normal School, Boston, Mass. 

Plummer, Thomas Rodman, A.B., rv, 1884-85. 

Podhajsky, Otakar, II, 1903-04- 1 156 Vinohrady, Prague, Austria- Hungary. 

Poillon, Ernest Cornelius, 1901-02. 

Poland, Frank Webber, II, 1903-06. Draughtsman, Nahant, Mass. 

Poland, Samuel Phinney, 1, 1881-82. 

Poland, William B(abcock), I, '90. Vice-President and Chief Engineer 
Philippine Railway Co., Manila, P. I., and 43 Exchange Place, New 
York, N.Y. 

Polhemus, J(ames) H(igbie), ill, '06. Assistant to the President, American 
Zinc, Lead & Smelting Co., Carterville, Mo. 

Polhemus, T(heodorus), XI, 1907-10. Civil Engineer, with Pratt & Ross, 
289 Garry St., Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

Pollard, Albert A(bner), IV, 1888-90. Architect, 310 Kasota Building, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

Pollard, Edson T(hompson), II, '02. With the F. R. Patch Manufactur- 
ing Co., Rutland, Vt. 

PoUister, Edward Barker, l, 1902-06. General Manager, Robinson Water, 
Light & Heat Co., Robinson, 111. 

Pollock, C(larence) D(ubois), I, '94. Ingeniero Encargado de la Pavimen- 
tacion, Calle Cuba 24, Habana, Cuba. 

Pollock, Robert Thomas, B.S., VI, 1904-07. Bristol, Conn. 

Polsey, Chester Alanson, I, 1903-os, 1906-07. 154 Summer St., Somerville, 
Mass. 

Pomeroy, Carl Thatcher, A.B., vn, 1909-11. Health Officer, Summit, N.J. 

Pomeroy, Herbert M., 1885-86. 

Pond, Frank H(ayward), M.E., II. '74- Of F. H. Pond & Co., 2016 Fisher 
Building, Chicago, 111. 

Pond, Harry B(radford), I, '02. Structural Designer, National Railways of 
Mexico, Edificio de la Mutua 401, Mexico City, Mexico. 

Pond, Joseph A., rv, 1868-69. Died August 3, 1882. 

Pond, Wallace R., 1872-74. President, Pacific Pond Tampon Co., Berkeley, 
Cal. 

Pool, G(eorge) B(aldwin), VI, '88. Book-keeper, with C. M. Ryder, 62 
Faneuil Market, Boston, Mass. 

Pool, S(terling) H(oward), B.S., vn, 1909-11. Heating and Plumbing Con- 
tractor, of Howard F. Pool Co., 5 Market St., Lynn, Mass. 

Poole, Bumell, VI, '06. With Engineering Department, New York Tele- 
phone Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Poole, Frederick Arthur, Xin, 1898-00. 116 Harrison St., Chicago, 111. 

Poole, Frederick P(arsons), VI, '05. Electrical Engineer, 172 Huntington 
Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Poole, Herman H., 1865-67. Deceased. 

Poole, Stephen Kendall, X, 1903-05. 116 Harrison St., Chicago, 111. 

Poole, Arthur Kenneth, n, 1904-08. 94 Pine St., Danvers, Mass. 



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Poor, Edward Joseph, VI, 1900-03. With the Bay State Lamp Co., Danvers, 

Mass. 
Poor, Fred Weed, VI, 1902-04. Book-keeper, 115 Lowell St., Peabody, 

Mass. 
Poor, Harris Osborne, 1884-85. Stock Broker, 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Poor, James W., 1868. 
Poor, "Walter E(verett), VI, '08. With the H. Nawn Contracting Co., 

Boston Mass. 
Poore,L(ester) D(ean), VI, 1905-10. Inspector, with Bay State Street Rail- 
way Co., Lowell, Mass. 
Poore, Volney Leroy, VI, 1894-1)7. 

Pope, Ahrend Oliver, VI, 1903-06. Died December 13, 1907. 
Pope, Allen, II, '07. General Manager, John W. Danforth Co., Buffalo, N.Y. 
Pope, Charles Hudson, Jr., X, 1893-94. Broker, 87 Worth St., New York, 

N.Y. 
Pope, Chester Henry, X, 1905-09. Works Chemist, Forbes Lithograph 

Manufacturing Co., Chelsea, Mass. 
Pope, Harold Linder, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1898-99. Automobile Manu- 
facturer, 81 Fern St., Hartford, Conn. 
Pope, Harry M., '81, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Pope, Henry Howard, V, 1886-89. With the Great Northern Paper Co., 

Millinocket, Me. 
Pope, Joseph, XIII, '08. Chief Engineer, Baton Rouge Electric Co., 

Baton Rouge, La. 
Pope, Macy Stanton, I, '92. Died December 10, 1904. 
Pope, Mary Ritchie, V, 1899-00. 
Pope, Percival Wentworth, 1882-83. Care of Catlin & Co., 67 Chauncy 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Pope, Ralph Linder, II, 1906-07. With Northwestern Leather Co., 14 South 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Pope, Robert Anderson, IV, 1898-02. Landscape Architect, 527 5th Ave., 

New York, N.Y. 
Pope, Sydney Thaxter, 1875-78. Died March 21, 1892. 
Pope, Thomas E(liot), A.B., 1869-70. Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Poppenhausen, Herman Adolph, VI, 1892-96. General Manager, Green 

Engineering Co., 28 E. Jackson St., Chicago, 111. 
Porosky, Matthew, VI, '09. Estimating Engineer, with the Holtzer-Cabot 

Electric Co., 621 Albany St., Boston, Mass. 
Porter, Arthur F(elix), V, "98. Superintendent, Carneys Point Plant, E. I. 

duPont de Nemours Powder Co., iioo Rodney St., Wilmington, Del. 
Porter, Arthur P(eabody), I, '04. 11 Grove St., Middletown, N.Y. 
Porter, Charles Huntington, A.B.,' VI, '03. Comptroller, W. H. McElwain 

Co., 348 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Porter, Edward Augustus, '89, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1889-90. 

Farmer, P.O. Box 60, R.F.D. 2, Hubbard, Ore. 
Porter, Fred, 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 



330 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Porter, Georgia, v, 1895-96. 

Porter, John Allison, m, 1874-77. Died May 31, 1885. 

Porter, John L(ewis), XI, '00. Director, Water Purification Stations, 

Sewerage & Water Board, City of New Orleans, P.O. Box 791, Sta- 
tion B., New Orleans, La. 
Porter, Lee, 1890-91. With James I. Wingate, Interior Decorator, 402 

Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Porter, Royal Arthur, B.S., M.S., VI, 1902-03. Syracuse University, Syra- 
cuse, N.Y. 
Porter, Rufus K., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Porter, Russell W(illiams), IV, 1894-98. Architect, Lands' End, Port Clyde, 

Me. 
Porter, Sam(uel) G(raham), A.B., I, '03. Chief Engineer, Arkansas Valley 

Sugar Beet & Irrigated Land Co., Holly, Colo. 
Porter, Stanley Lester, Xlli, 1899-01. Deceased. 
Porter, Theodore C, Jr., n, 1868-73. Died February 28, 1898. 
Porter, Wmfred Car ley, IV, 1888-89. 

Portner, Alwin Otto, IX, 1894-96. 11 04 Vermont Ave., Washington, D.C, 
Portner, Edward George, X, 1893-95. 1104 Vermont Ave., Washington, 

D.C. 
Portner, Robert Francis, VI, 1893-97- Died January' 23, 1900. 
Post, Edgar Martin, A.B., I, 1907-08. Inspector, U.S. Government, Elm 

Grove, W.Va. 
Potter, A(ndrey) A(braham), Vl, '03. Professor of Steam and Gas Engi- 
neering, in charge of Mechanical Engineering Course, Kansas State 

Agricultural College, Manhattan, Kans. 
Potter, Carroll, 1883-84. 
Potter, Daniel Frederic, 1888-89. Electrical Engineer, Robertson Cataract 

Co., 37-39 Court St., Buflfalo, N.Y. 
Potter, E(dward) C, m, VI, 1876-79. Secretary, Illinois Brick Co., 914 

Chamber of Commerce Building, Chicago, 111. 
Potter, Erford M(erton), VI, '10. Student, Training School, Metropolitan 

Street Railway Co., New York, N.Y. 
Potter, Eugene V(oorhees), I, '08. Civil Engineer, 840 Old South Building, 

Boston, Mass. 
Potter, Frederick WilUam, 1886-87, 1891-92. 
Potter, Herbert S(turgis), II, 1888-90. Electrical Engineer and Contractor, 

24 Commerce St., Boston, Mass. 
Potter, Myron P(rescott), 1, 1896-97. Architect, Potter & Merrill, Tacoma, 

Wash. 
Potter, Nathaniel Restcome, Ph.B., II, 1900-01. 
Potter, Orrin William, Jr., I, 1903-06. With Seattle, Port Angeles & Lake 

Crescent Railway, Port Angeles, Wash. 
Potter, P(hilip) A(rthur), n, '01. Engineer, Potter & Bartram, 30 Church 

St., New York, N.Y. 
Potter, Philip, VI, 1902-03. Brakeman, Fitchburg Division, Boston & 

Maine Railroad, P.O. Box 129, Ayer, Mass. 



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Potter, Sarah Emeline, 1896-98, 1903-06. Teacher, Girls' High School, West 
Newton St., Boston, Mass. 

Potter, William Bailey, 1875-76. i Allerton Place, Marblehead, Mass. 

Potter, William C(hapman), III, '97. 17 Battery Place, New York, N.Y. 

Pottle, George V(alentine), IV, 1899-00. Architect, 708 Gas Company 
• Building, Detroit, Mich. 

Potts, Louis Joseph, vi, 1896-97. 

Potts, Templin Morris, I, 1901-02. Deceased. 

Pough, Francis H(arvey), VII, 1897-98. 149 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 

Pough, Mrs. Francis H. (Beckler, Alice Hooper), VII, '92. 149 Columbia 
Heights, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Pousland, Daniel Potter, vi, 1901-03. Technology Chambers, Boston, Mass. 

Powell, Clarence B(rewster), VI, '06. Assistant Electrical Engineer, Moun- 
tain States Telephone & Telegraph Co., Denver, Colo. 

Powell, George H(ardy), XIII, '04. Engineer, with Loomis, Manning Filter 
Distributing Co., 828 Land Title Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Powell, John H., Ill, 1871-76. Deceased. 

Powell, Paul R(ulison), ll, '08. With the L. H. Miller Safe & Iron Works, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Powell, William Devens, 1883-84. Retired, Cambridge, Md. 

Power, Charles W(hittlesey), VI, '89. Treasurer, W. E. Tillotson Manu- 
facturing Co., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Power, Roy W., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Power, Vincent William, VI, 1904-03. Avondale, Carroll County, Md. 

Powers, Charles F., 1867-68. Deceased. 

Powers, Edward Giles, 1882-83. 

Powers, Philip Carson, 1887-89. Manufacturer, Powers Paper Co., Spring- 
field, Mass. 

Powers, Walter C(hampion), X, '95. With Powers Paper Co., Springfield, 
Mass. 

Prado, Caio Graccho da Silva, 1891-92. 

Prado, Plinio da Silva, 1891-92. 

Pratt, A(lfred) Stuart, IX, 1880-82. With Stone & Webster Management 
Association, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Pratt, Arthur Dendney, A.B., II, 1904-06. Mechanical Engineer, with Bab- 
cock & Wilcox Co., 85 Liberty St., New York, N.Y. 

Pratt, Calvin Barton, l, XI, 1887-91. Riverside Inn, Hooksett, N.H. 

Pratt, Chapin Smith, 11, 1907-09. With Robertson Cataract Co., Buffalo, 
N.Y. 

Pratt, Charles E., VI, 1883-85. Deceased. 

Pratt, Charles R., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Pratt, Dana M(oore), I, '92. With the J. H. Sullivan Co., Lake St., 
Brighton, Mass. 

Pratt, Frank Josiah, Jr., 1894-95. 

Pratt, Frederick H(eiiry), V, 1892-93, 1895-96. President, Pratt Cereal 
Co., 3190 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 



332 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Pratt, George H(enry), V, '71. Chemist with A. C. Daniels, Incorporated, 

172 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Pratt, Gilbert H(omer), V, '97. Chemist, Rhode Island State Board of 

Health, 310 State House, Providence, R.I. 
Pratt,HaroldStudley, II, 1904-05. 250 Ashmont St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Pratt, Mrs. N. S. (Gray, Agnes W.), V, 1896-97. Haverford College, Pa. ' 
Pratt, Herbert Gale, VI, 1881-85. Treasurer, Samson Cordage Works, 

88 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 
Pratt, Jonathan W., 1872-73- 
Pratt, Nathan D., 1869-70. 

Pratt, Nathan Raymond, '86, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., I, 1887-91. 
Grain & Lumber Business, South Sudbury, Mass. 

Pratt, R(obert) Winthrop, I, '98. Consulting Engineer, 307 City Hall, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Pratt, Wallace William, II, 1890-92. Hingham Centre, Mass. 

Pratt, Walter Dillaby, v, 1897-98. 

Pratt, William H(emmenway), VI, '94. Electrical Engineer, General 
Electric Co., Lynn, Mass. 

Pratt, William L., IV, 1872-73- Died April 27, 1882. 

Pray, Dudley M(alcolm), V, 1895-99. Chemist, Eastern Chemical Co., 
37 Pittsburg St., Boston, Mass. 

Pray, Irving Rudolph, V, 1907-08. Athletic Director, Natick High School, 
Natick, Mass. 

Preble, George H. R., 1876-78. Deceased. 

Preble, Helen Theresa, 1899-00. 

Preble, Henry Oxnard, IV, 1864-70. Died May 21, 1871. 

Preble, William Howard, 1884-85. Deceased. 

Prendergast, John, 1903-04. 

Prentice, Arthur Bidwell, IV, 1880-82. Architect, 88 Palmer St., Norwich, 
Conn. 

Prentiss, Frederick H., ll, '78. Died March 29, 1910. 

Prentiss, Geo(rge) W(illiam), 2d, II, '05. Assistant Superintendent, Geo. 
W. Prentiss &'Co., Wire Manufacturers, Holyoke, Mass. 

Prentiss, Nathan Newberry, I, III, 1907-09. 144 High St., Boston, 
Mass. -"Wi 

Prentiss, W(illia)m A(lbert), Science and Literature, '75. Of George W. 
Prentiss & Co., Wire Manufacturers, 207 Elm St., Holyoke, Mass. 

Prescott, Albert G(eorge), II, '05. Insurance Engineer, with the New Eng- 
land Bureau of United Inspection, 71 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 

Prescott, Alice Beardslee, vill, 1889-94: Died June, 1902. 

Prescott, Benjamin T., Jr., 1867-68. 

Prescott, Charles O(liver), V, '84. Westford, Mass. 

Prescott, Howard B(igelow) S(anguilly), IV, 1882-86. Architect, Prescott 
& Sidebottom, 12 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Prescott, Samuel C(ate), V, '94. Associate Professor of Industrial Micro- 
Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Director Boston Bio- 
Chemical Laboratory, 739 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 



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Pressey, Henry A(lbert), Ph.D., I, '96. Civil and Hydraulic Engineer, Hibbs 

Building, Washington, D.C. 
Presson, William Herbert, VI, 1904-05. Gloucester, Mass. 
Preston, Clifford H(aniilton), A.B., IV, '08. Architect, 80 Washington Square, 

East New York, N.Y. 
Preston, Evans, IV, 1886-88. Deceased. 
Preston, Elliott W., 1869-70. 
Preston, Frank Herbert, I, 1893-95- 

Preston, George Williams, 1865-66. 173 Davis Ave., Brookline, Mass. 
Preston, R(alpli) A(lbion) D(rury), II, '10. Assistant to Superintendent, 

Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. 
Preston, S. A. J., IV, 1883-84. 
Price, Edwin Morgan, IV, 1907-08. Architect, 315 East loth St., Kansas 

City, Mo. 
Price, Malcolm Dana, n, 'n. 23 Regent Circle, Brookline, Mass. 
Price, Paul Leon, Ph.M., iv, '00, IV. S.M., '01. Chief Engineer, Irving Iron 

Works Co., Long Island City, N.Y. 
Price, Raymond B(each), X, '94. President, Rubber Regenerating Co., 

Mishawaka, Ind. 
Price, Walter Brashear, 1880-81 . 
Price, Willard A(therton), I, '99. Engineer, City of Chicago, City Hall, 

Chicago, 111. 
Prichard, Charles F(lorence), II, '76. Vice-President and General Manager, 

Lynn Gas & Electric Co., 90 Exchange St., Lynn, Mass. 
Prichard, Charles R(ollins), n, '05. Superintendent, Beverly Gas & Electric 

Co., I Larcom Ave., Beverly, Mass. 
Prichard, C(hester) L(amar), C.E., VI, 1905-06. Of A. W. & C. L. Prichard, 

Coal Lands and Banking, Mannington, W. Va. 
Prichard, Edward Humphries, IV, 1893-95- Architect, 87 Milk St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Prichard, Julia A. Elizabeth, v, 1902-03. 
Priest, Benson B(ulkeley), I, '98. With the Designing and Estimating 

Department, American Bridge Company, 30 Church St., New York, 

N.Y. 
Priest, Geo(rge) H(eywood), X, "99. Gas Engineer, with Stone & Webster 

Engineering Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Priest, George Wesley, A.B., v, 1894-95- 
Priest, Mortimer C(houtea«), II, 1892-93- Advertising Manager, Boston 

American, Boston, Mass. 
Priest, R(ussell) P(arker), I, 1896-00. Civil Engineer, with D. A. Harring- 
ton, 20 Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass. 
Priest, Warren Albert, vn, 1895-98- Advertising Manager, Rubberhide 

Co., 212 Essex St., Boston, Mass. 
Prime, Harold Augustus, VI, 1894-97- Died March 9, 1911. 
Prince, Albert Senior, x, 1901-05- Manufacturing Optician, 108 West 

4th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Prince, Ellis Waldo, ii. vra, 1892-94- 



334 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Prince, George Thomas, 1873-74- Consulting Engineer, 522 Symes Build- 
ing, Denver, Colo. 

Prindle, Harry Augustus, 1893-94- With the Watson, Stillman Co., New 
York, N.Y. 

Prinz, George B., IV, 1885-86. Architect, 1033 Omaha National Bank 
Building, Omaha, Nebr. 

Pritchard, Charles M(orse), X, '09. 17 Atwood St., Newburyport, Mass. 

Pritchett, Leonard Waller, A.B., VI, 1907-09. Everett Railway, Light & 
Water Co., Railway Department, Everett, Wash. 

Proctor, Alfred Waters, L.L.B., M.P.L., VI, 1895-98. Patent Lawyer, 30 
Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Proctor, Charles Anderson, LL.B., V, 1883-86. Vice-President, Proctor- 
Ellison Co., Sole Leather Tanners, 12 South St., Boston, Mass. 

Proctor, Charles Frederic, V, 1895-97- Real Estate, 180 1-2 Middle St., 
Portland, Me. 

Proctor, James A., 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Proctor, John Albert, VI, 1907-08. Engineer- in-charge. Experimental Lab- 
oratory, Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co. of America, 27 William 
St., New York, N.Y. 

Proctor, Redfield, Jr., II, 1898-02. With the Vermont Marble Co., Proctor, 
Vt. 

Proctor, Richard W(arren), V, '94- Superintendent, Wm. S. Merrell Chem- 
ical Co., 5th and Pike Sts., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Proctor, Thomas Emerson, IV, 1897-98. 273 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 
Mass. 

Proctor, Thomas F., 1885-86. Watchmaker, 39 Hanover St., Boston, Mass. 

Proctor, William, Jr., IV, 1884-88. Of Gay and Proctor, Architects, 50 Brom- 
field St., Boston, Mass. 

Prodromes, Aristotle Hodge, VI, 1902-03, 1904 05. 

Prosser, Reay Cooper, IV, 1894-97- Deceased. 

Proudfoot, Ernest E., VI, 1891-92. Deceased. 

Proudfoot, Gordon Mclntyre, I, VI, 1900-04. Efficiency Engineer, 21 North 
LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. 

Proudfoot, William, 1884-85- 

Proulx, E(lzear) J(oseph), I, '01. Hydraulic Engineer, with Ambursen 
Hydraulic Construction Co., 88 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Prouty, Gardner Edward, II, 1903-05. Banker and Broker, Littleton, 
Mass. 

Prouty, Ira J., 1879-80. 

Puckey, F(rancis) W(illard), rv, '01. With Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge, 
1614 Corn Exchange Bank Building, Chicago, 111. 

Puffer, W(illiam) L(ewis), III, '84- Consuhing Electrical Engineer, Room 
801, 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Pugh, A(chilles) H(enry), Jr., X, '97- Vice-President, A. H. Pugh Print- 
ing Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Pugsley, Edwin, A.B., VI, 'n. With Winchester Repeating Arms Co., 
New Haven, Conn. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 335 

Puhl, Paul William, A.B., X, 1905-06. Teacher, Army and Navy Preparatory 

School, Washington, D.C. 
Pullen, Clarence E., 1867-68. 

Pullman, Frederic A., 1885-S6, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Pulman, Oscar S(toddard), Jr.,B.A., Ph.D., x, '06. Chemist, Research and 
Battery Laboratory, National Carbon Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Pulsford, Henry Allston, V, 1887-88. 

Pulsifer, H(arrie) B(ridgman), v, '03. Mining Engineer and Metallurgist, 
Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago, 111. 

Pulsifer, Julia, A.B., V, VII, 1901-02. Supt. of School Lunches, Women's 
Educational and Industrial Union, 246 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Pulsifer, Louis Warren, IV, '04. Died July 9, 1906. 

Pultz, John Leggett, 1902-03. Consulting Engineer, 21 Park Row, New 
York, N.Y. 

Punchard, William Henry, IV, 1888-90. Landscape Architect, 220 Dev- 
onshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Purdon, Archibald Brantley, II, 1907-09. Blackshear, Ga. 

Purdon, James, A.B., IV, 1895-96. 8 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Purdy, George W., 1875-76. 

Purdy, Stanley Blanchard, V, 1904-06. Photographer, with J. E. Purdy & 
Co., 145 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Purinton, A(rthur) J(ames), II, '84. General Superintendent, St. Joseph 
Railway Light, Heat & Power Co., St. Joseph, Mo. 

Purinton, Charles Fessenden, VI, 1894-96. Manufacturer, South Easton, 
Mass. 

Purinton, Jacob Wilbur, n, 1907-08. With C. R. Makepeace & Co., Prov- 
idence, R.I. 

Pushes, Harold Baldwin, X, 'n. Chemist, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., 
Akron, Ohio. 

Putnam, Albert E., 1885-86. 

Putnam, Alice L., 1880-81. See Boardman, Mrs. Wm. D. 

Putnam, Amy, VII, 1901-02. 

Putnam, Charles H., 1886-87, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Putnam, Charlton D(ascom), I, '08. Civil Engineer, 353 W. Monument 
Ave., Dayton, Ohio. 

Putnam,FredericH., Ill, 1881-82. Died September, 1911. 

Putnam, Frederick W(illiam), III, 1882-86. Merchant, F. W. Putnam, 
Waterville, Oneida County, N.Y. 

Putnam, George, 1887-88. Of Putnam, Putnam & Bell, 60 Exchange St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Putnam, Harry Ames, VI, 1897-00. Superintendent, Buckthorne Labora- 
tory', John A. Roebling's Sons Co., Trenton, N.J. 

Putnam, Henry R(ice),in, '09. Mining Engineer, Exploration Corps, United 
States Smelting, Refining & Mining Co. (55 Congress St., Boston, 
Mass.), Exploration office, 908 W. P. Story Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Putnam, J(ames) Russell, II, '01. With the Waterbury Clock Co., Water- 
bury, Conn. 



336 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Putnam, John, VI, 1887-89. Supervisor of Traffic, Southern New England 
Telephone Co., 1 14-126 Court St., New Haven, Conn. 

Putnam, John Luther, VI, '96. District Commercial Manager, Central 
Union Telegraph Co., 227 South Main St., South Bend, Ind. 

Putnam, Nathan B., 1, 1868-71. 

Putnam, Sahnon Wilder, Jr., n, 1893-96. General Superintendent, Putnam 
Machine Co., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Putnam, Scott Bradstreet, xi, 'n. Deceased. 

Putnam, Walter, I, 1900-01. Civil Engineer, of L. A. Bartlett and Walter 
Putnam, 300 Chamber of Commerce Building, Pasadena, Cal. 

Putnam, W(illia)m E(dward), Jr., A.B., IV, '98. Of Putnam & Cox, Archi- 
tects, 6 Hancock Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Quevedo, Narciso T(adeo), B.S., II, '94. Instructor in Spanish and History, 
U.S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y. 

Quigley, Edward Payson, II, 1884-86. Examiner of Land Titles, 301 Cham- 
ber of Commerce Building, Birmingham, Ala. 

Quinby, George F., 1877-78. School of Mechanic Arts. 

Quincy, Thomas D., Jr., 1869-70. 

Quiner, William Horace, Jr., 1891-92. 

Quinlan, George Austin, A.B., I, 1902-05, 1907-08. 

Quinlan, John Vmcent, 1903-04. With Edwin C. Lewis, Incorporated, 
Electrical Engineers and Contractors, 121 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Quinn, John F., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Quirk, Thomas Christopher, I, 1906-07. General Contractor, Thomas 
Quirk's Sons, 27 Quirk St., Watertown, Mass. 

Rabbeth, Walter Esmond, 1896-97. Real Estate, Gill & Rabbeth, 8 West 
Citrus Ave., Redlands, Cal. 

Rackemann, Charles Sedgwick, A.M., I, i874-7S. Lawyer and Trustee, I 
Court St., Boston, Mass. 

Racoosin, Lewis, XIII, 1905-06. 3304 M St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 

Radford, Charles W(eston), I, '09. Assistant Manager, care of Radford- 
Wright Co., Limited, Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada. 

Radford, George S(tanley) (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '05. Assistant Naval 
Constructor, U.S.N. , Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va. 

Radford, Hal Mason, v, 1905-06. 74 E. Hancock Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Raeder, Henry, I, '76. Architect, Room 1102, 77 Jackson Boulevard, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Ragsdale, Earl J(ames) W(ilson), XllI, '10. Lieutenant, U.S. Coast Artil- 
lery, care of the Adjutant General, Washington, D.C. 

Raht, Frederick August, 1881-82. 

Raife, Claude Byron, iv, 1897-99. 68 West River St., Wilkes- Barre, Pa. 

Ralph, Paul J(ustus), C.E., XIII, '05 Sales Agent for New Jersey of Hatfield 
& Hilles Coal Mines, Real Estate Trust Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rambo, MarceUus, B.S.,II, '07. Marietta, Ga. 

Ramsdell, Sylvia M., 1877-78. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 337 

Ramsden, Albert Holdsworth, iv, 1881-82. 

Ramsey, Allan, M.D., VII, '91. Physician, 2913 Woodburn Ave., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Rand, Nathaniel D wight, VI, 1895-99. 

Rand, Robert, ll, 1903-06. Salesman, Edward A. Tucker, Inc., 683 Atlantic 
Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Rand, William P(roudman), iv, '00. Structural Engineer, with F. A. Bur- 
dett & Co., 16 East 33d St., New York, N.Y. 

Randall, Albert Winslow, x, 1890-92. 

Randall, Chester J(oseph), X. '10. Chemist, with Boston Rubber Shoe Co., 
Maiden, Mass. 

Randall, Edward Bryant, VI, 1889-93. Assistant Superintendent, American 
Biscuit Co., Battery St. and Broadway San Francisco, Cal. 

Randall, Fred C(hesley), VI, '02. Of Randall-Lovegrove-Wyman, Consult- 
ing and Construction Engineers (High Grade Machinery), First Na- 
tional Bank Building, Houston, Texas. 

Randall, John R(alph), II, '07. With the Powell River Paper Co., Limited, 
Powell River, British Columbia. 

Randall, Newbert M(oses), ill, '85. Chemist, with the Maryland Steel Co., 
Sparrows Point, Md. 

Randall, Thomas Henry, IV, 1882-84. Died July 7, 1905. 

Randolph, Charles Philip, Jr., M.A., 1909-10. 1807 Lavaca St., Austin, Te.xas. 

Raney, Lee Mahon, 1894-95. 

Rankin, John Hall, IV, 1886-88. Of Rankin, Kellogg & Crane, Architects, 
1012 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ranlett, Arthur G(rover), ill, '92. Division Superintendent, Standard Oil 
Co., Division V, Corcoran, Cal. 

Ranlett, Foster Peirce, I, 1884-87. With Snead Iron Works, Jersey City, 
N.J. 

Ranney, Willis, I, '07. Of Bartlett & Ranney, F Building, Avenue C and 
Travis St., San Antonio, Texas. 

Ranno, F(red) W(alter), l, '89. Principal Assistant Engineer, Mississippi, 
Oklahoma & Gulf Railway, Muskogee, Okla. 

Ransohoff, Nathan, II, '10. Planning Department, Cincinnati Milling 
Machine Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Ransom, Harriot, 1882-83. See Milinowski, Mrs. 

Ransome, Bertram Coleby, ll, 1893-95. 

Rapelli, Luis Ricardo, I 1909-10. Tucuman, Argentine Republic. 

Rapelye, H(arry) A(ndrew), II, '08. With the Sales Department, Westing- 
house Machine Co., 500 Westinghouse Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Rapier, John B(ernard), B.S., VI, '04. Dauphin Way, Mobile, Ala. 

Rapp, Louis Ballauf, 111,1899-03. Erecting Department, U.S. Metal Prod- 
ucts Co., 203 W. 40th St., New York, N.Y. 

Rapp, Walter L(ouis), iv, '00. Of Rapp, Zettel & Rapp, Architects, 607 
Johnston Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Rasche, William H(enry), XIII, 1898-99. Professor of Graphics, Virginia 
Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Va. 
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338 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Rash, Frank D(illinan), a.b., ill, '01. General Manager, St. Bernard 
Mining Co., Earlington, Ky. 

Rasmussen, W(illiam) W., IV, 1905-06. Architect, 345 5th Ave., New York, 
N.Y. 

Rathbone, John Adams, vi, 1892-93. 

Rathbone, John Vallean,X, 1902-03. 217 LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. 

Rathbun, Eleanor Packer, VII, '02. Died November 21, 1904. 

Rathbun, E. Walter, 1884-85. 

Rathbun, Frank D(eGra£f), III, '03. Engineer, with the Detroit Copper 
Mining Co., Morenci, Ariz. 

Ratzkoff, S(ilas) M(irani),Il, 1907-09. Cadet, United States Military Acad- 
emy, West Point, N.Y. 

Rausch, Chester Conrad, II, 1902-05. 266 Grove St., Woonsocket, R.I. 

Rawling, Charles Quincy, 1889-90. 

Rawlinson, William Woodward, III, 1904-06. Assistant Superintendent, 
Chicopee Manufacturing Co., Chicopee Falls, Mass. 

Rawson, Edward L(incoln), II, 1881-85. Architect and Engineer, 6 Beacon 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Rawson, H(arry) D(ustan), iv, '96. Of Proudfoot, Bird & Rawson, 625 
Flynn Building, Des Moines, la. 

Ray, Arthur, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1897-98. Director of Manual Arts, 
High School, Quincy, Mass. 

Ray, Clary, IV, 1885-87. Artist, Metropolitan Club, Washington, D.C. 

Ray, Edward Russell, A.B , IV, 1902-03. Architect, Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Ray, Gano, 1890-91. 

Ray, John Stites, M.E., II, '88. With Sargent-Lundy, Railway Exchange 
Building, 809 Wilson Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Ray, Victor, M.D., III, 1884-87. Physician, Eye, Ear and Throat Specialist, 
7th and Race Sts., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Raygada, Pedro E(ugenio), 1, 1907-08. Planter, Hacienda San Jacinto, Paita, 
Peru, South America. 

Raymond, Charles Abel, XII, 1902-04. Chemist, with the New England 
Gas & Coke Co., Everett, Mass. 

Raymond, E(dward) B(rackett), VI, '90. Second Vice-President and Chair- 
man of Manufacturing Department, Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., 
1624 Frick Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Raymond, Edward Lincoln, A.B., III, 1891-93. With M. A. Manda, Land- 
scape Architect, Orange, N.J. 

Rajrmond, Frank Everett, II, 1900-04. Main and Martin Sts., Essex, Mass. 

Raymond, Grace Huntington, 1901-02. See Leslie, Mrs. George F. 

Raymond, Herbert E(mmons), II, '03. Mechanical Engineer, Sheldon 
Springs, Vt. 

Raymond, John W., Jr., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Rayner, W(illiam) Pearce, A.B., II, VI, 1903-07. Manager, The Kelly Motor 
Truck Co., Philadelphia Branch, Baltimore Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Raynolds, James Wallace, III, '96. Died March 10, 19 10. 

Raynolds, Russell P(eter), lll, '06. Assistant Superintendent, Durango 
Plant, American Smelting & Refining Co., Durango, Colo. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 339 

Rea, William H(oldship), 1875-77. Director, Westinghouse Machine Co., 
502 Lewis Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Read, Mrs. (Clapp, Lucy Jenkins), VIX, 1902-06. 53 Highland Road, West 
Somerville, Mass. 

Read, Albert M(anton), II, 1900-04. Crefeld Waste & Batting Co., Sayles- 
ville, R.I. 

Read, Carleton A(llen), II, '91. Professor of Steam Engineering, W'or- 
cester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Mass. 

Read, Charles F., iv, 1870-73- Treasurer, Old State House, Boston, Mass. 

Read, Edward Burrell, 1889-90. Richford Manufacturing Co., Furniture 
Manufacturers, Box 11, Richford, Vt. 

Read, E(dward) M(ason), Jr., i, '06. 

Read, Walter A(ugustine), xill, 'oi. Leading Draughtsman, Construction 
Department, U.S. Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Read, W(illia)m C(arleton), XIV, '09. Chemist, Soo Works, Union Carbide 
Co., Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 

Real y Gaillard, Juan, A.B., I, '99. Civil Engineer and Contractor, P.O. 
Box 142, Santiago, Cuba. 

Reardon, T(homas) Frederick E(ugene), VI, '01. With General Electric 
Co., Lynn, Mass. 

Reber, Louis E., M.S., II, 1884-85. Dean, University Extension Division, 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

Rebori, Andrew Nicholas, B.S., IV, 1906-08. Professor of Design, Art Insti- 
tute, Chicago, 111. 

Rech, William F(rederick), II, '04. Assistant Engineer, Bridge and Build- 
ing Department, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co., 1217 
Pratt Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Reckard,Rufus William, A.B.,V, 1908-09. Proctorville, Ohio. 

Record, Charles Arthur, II, 1897-98. Salesman, Galena-Signal Oil Co., 
369 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Records, F(rancis) B(arry), Jr., I, 1893-96, 1899-00. Landscape Architect, 
220 Devonshire St., Room 501, Boston, Mass. 

Recuero, Manuel Eladio, 1, 1881-83. 

Redd, Benoist S(hields), II, 1885-88. Designer in charge Electrotype 
Machinery, R. Hoe & Co., 504 Grand St., New York, N.Y. 

Redding, William Allen, Jr., II, 1902-05. Sales Manager, Brush Electric 
Sets Co., 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Redfem, Elizabeth Goodwin, vil, 1898-99. 

Redfield, Clifford S(teele), X. '10. 393 Broadway, Cambridge, Mass. 

Redfield, J(ohn) Howard, I, '02. Instructor in French, Swarthmore Col- 
lege, Swarthmore, Pa. 

Reding, Fannie Whitney, 1897-98. 

Redman, A(rville) C, I, '00. Draughtsman, with the U.S. Navy Depart- 
ment, U.S. Naval Station, Newport, R.I. 

Redman, E(niest) A(lbert), n, '10. With Continental Gin Co., Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Redpath, Austin W., V, 1901-02. 



340 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Reed, Arthur Gordon, 1889-90. With the Bay State Trust Co., Boston, 

Mass. 
Reed, Charles A., 1878-79. Died November 13, 191 1. 
Reed, Dorothy M., B.L., vn, 1895-96. See Mendenhall, Mrs. C. E. 
Reed, Earl H(owell), Jr., rv, '07. Student of Architecture, Ecole des 

Beaux- Arts, Paris, France. 
Reed, Edward H(utchinson), Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1893-94. ^Machine 

Designer, United Shoe Machinery Co., Beverly, Mass. 
Reed, Frank, 1872-74- 
Reed, Frank C(arlton), A.M., VI, '03. Sales Department, Westinghouse 

Electric & ^Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Reed, Franklin Holmes, VI, 1898-00. Editor Telephony, 347 Monadnock 

Building, Chicago, 111. 
Reed, Frederick Newland, IV, 1888-91. Architect, 30 Church St., New 

York, N.Y. 
Reed, George Whitefield Fay, Jr., in, x, 1891-93. 
Reed, Guy Carleton, 1895-96. 
Reed, Harold D(ouglass), VI, 1903-06. With Traffic Department, New 

England Telephone & Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St.. Boston, Mass. 
Reed, Harry Everett, 1874-75. 1876-77. Builder and Promoter of Fairs, 

The Reed Fair Co., Rose St., Salem, Mass. 
Reed, James, Jr., (Annapolis), xm, S.M., '07. Assistant Director, Depart- 
ment of Public Works, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Reed, James H(enry), vi, '93. Treasurer, National Machine & Tool Co., 

253 A St., Boston, Mass. 
Reed, John, 1867-71- Died February' 25, 1909. 
Reed, R(alph) O(mer), m, '09. Mining Engineer, 517 Franklin St., Melrose 

Highlands, Mass. 
Reed, Richard Diu^ee, 1882-83. Manufacturer, with The H. B. Smith 

Co., Cast Iron Boilers & Radiators for Steam and Water Warming, 

Westfield, Mass. 
Reed, Rufus C(ook), m, '04. Instructor in Mining Engineering and Metal- 
lurgy, Massachusetts Institute of Technolog^^, Boston, Mass. 
Reed, Samuel G(ordon), n, '94. President German American Bank, 315 

Washington, St., Portland, Ore. 
Reed, Walter D(ickson), iv, 1906-08. Of Reed & Meyer, Architects, 512 

Oakland Bank of Savings Building, Oakland, Cal. 
Reed, W(alter) W(ilson), VI, '95- Superintendent, Houston Lighting & 

Power Co., 915 Capitol Ave., Houston, Texas. 
Reed, William A., 1877-78. Died December 29, 1910. 
Reed, William Breckenridge, IV, 1886-89. With the H. B. Smith Co., 

Manufacturers of Boilers and Radiators, \\'estfield, Mass. 
Reed, W(illia)m Edgar, vr, '97. Consulting Engineer, Machesney Building, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Reed, William Kimball, 1886-87, 1889-90. 

Reeder, E(dwin) C(olville), S.B., E.M., VI, 1901-02. Mechanical Engineer, 
Lidgerwood Manufacturing Co., 191 7 Fisher Building, Chicago, 111. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 34I 

Reed-Hill, "W(illia)m, IV, '94- With John Scott & Co., Architects, 1603 
Ford Building, Detroit, Mich. 

Reeds, Clarence, A.B.. II, '09. Engineer, with John A. Stevens, 107 Merri- 
mack St., Lowell, Mass. 

Rees, Carl Samuel, vi, 1892-94. 

Regan, Francis White, 1901-02. 49 Winchester St., Boston, Mass. 

Regan, John Ward, a.m., II, '03. Head of Department of Mathematics, 
Charlestown High School, Boston, Mass. 

Regan, William P(atrick), IV, 1884-86. Architect, 296 Essex St., Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Regestein, Ernest A(lbrecht), VI, '99. Assistant to Vice-President, Standard 
Underground Cable Co., 600 Westinghouse Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Regestein, W(alter) P(hilip), v, '04. Chemist, with E. L duPont de Nem- 
ours Powder Co., Haskell, N.J. 

Regnell, Ralph Tucker, III, 1904-07. Box 21, Porcupine, Ontario, Canada. 

Rehn, John Franklin, III, 1903-04. Hidalgo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 

Reid, J(oseph) G(ilman), A.B., VI, '08. Warren, Ark. 

Reid, Josiah Elnathan, ll, 1899-02. 

Reid, Walter David, III, 1899-00. 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Reilly, William R(obison), III, '09. P.O. Box 21, Porcupine, Ontario, 
Canada. 

Reuner, A(rthur) A(dams), I, '00. Civil Engineer and Engineer of Water 
Department, City of East Orange, City Hall, East Orange, N.J. 

Reinhardt, Jacob Brunn, I, 1901-03. Resident Engineer, New York Cen- 
tral & Hudson River Railroad, 44 Joseph Ave., Rochester, N.Y. 

Remick, Arthur T(aylor), IV, 1905-06. Architect, 103 Park Ave., New York, 
N.Y. 

Remick, Frank Harley, XIII, 1905-09. Draughtsman, U.S. Navy Yard, 
Portsmouth, N.H. 

Remick, Mabelle Knowles, 1886-87. 

Remick, Paul, II, 1905-06. 909 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Remington, Wolcott, VI, 1896-97. Mechanical Engineer, Blanchard Ma- 
chine Co., 64 State St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Remon, John Allen, VI, 1904-07. Assistant Traffic Chief, American Tele- 
phone & Telegraph Co., ill Franklin St., Chicago, 111. 

Renouf, Edward, Ph.D., 186S-69. Professor of Chemistry, Johns Hopkins 
University, Baltimore, Md. 

Renshaw, Clarence, VI, '99. Electrical Engineer, with the Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Renton, Ralph Waldo, V, XI, 1903-04. Insurance Broker, 95 Milk St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Reppert, George H(enry), B.S., VI, '09. Engineer, with the Otis Elevator 
Co., 559 West 26th St., New York, N.Y. 

Resor, William S(eth), VI, '93. 

Revel, John William, B.Sc, V, 1909-10. 

Revere, Joseph, 1867-68. Purchasing Agent, Dominion Coal Co., Limited, 
Glace Bay, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. 



342 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Revere, William B., II, III, 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1879-80. 

With Roland N. Baker Co., Leather Dealers, 38-40 South St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Rew, Morse W(oolley), B.S., I, '09. Junior Engineer, Bridge and Ferry 

Division, Public Works Department, Boston, Mass. 
Reybum, Francis Valle, A.B., 1904-05. Real Estate Salesman, Mercantile 

Trust Building, St. Louis, Mo. 
Reyburn, John R(andolph), A.B., n, '08. Securities Department, Stone & 

Webster, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Reyes, Francisco D(amaso), X, '08. 273 Antonio Rivera, Manila, P.I. 
Rejmolds, Mrs. (Capen, Mary L. B.), 1876-77. Teaching, Abraham Lincoln 

School, Boston, Mass. 
Reynolds, Albert Aden, B.A., V, '99. Died September 14, 1906. 
Reynolds, Blake, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1882-85. 
Reynolds, David Solomon, II, 1899-01- 
Reynolds, Edward G., 1872-73- 
Reynolds, G(eorge) Bergen, II, '10. With the W. H. McElwain Co., 348 

Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Reynolds, George Frank, II, '86. Died January 9, 1891. 
Reynolds, George Wales, III, 1879-81. 

Reynolds, H(erbert) G(ardner), ll, '10. Superintendent, Permel Manu- 
facturing Co., Warren, Ohio. 
Reynolds, Howard S(ydney), VI, '94. Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, 

Ludlow Manufacturing Association, Ludlow, Mass. 
Reynolds, I(rving) W(ood), VI, '02. Engineer, Simplex Heating Co., 

Cambridge, Mass. 
Reynolds, John Frank, 1, 1886-88. 
Reynolds, Philip Murray, A.B., VI, 1889-90. Treasurer, Scott & Williams, 

Inc., 88 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 
Reynolds, Ralph W., Mechanic Arts, 1884-85. Teller, Citizens Savings Bank, 

P.O. Box 365, Fall River, Mass. 
Reynolds, Robert D(uncan), II, '94. Treasurer, Bay State Squab Co., 

Wakefield, Mass. 
Rhoades, William Geyer, vr, 1907-11. 
Rhoads, Joseph Grafius, 1884-85- 

Rhodehouse, Melinda Ann, v, VII, 1902-03. Santuit, Mass. 
Rhodes, Carroll, VII, 1902-03. No. Reading, Mass. 
Rhodes, Charles Borie, VI, 1901-02. 706 Main St., Lewiston, Idaho. 
Rhodes, F(rederick) L(eland), VI, '92. Outside Plant Engineer, American 

Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 
Rhodes, Geo(rge) I(rving), VI, '05. Assistant Engineer, Interborough 

Rapid Transit Co., 600 West 59th St., New York, N.Y. 
Rhodes, Martm (R.), 1878-79- Centerville, Trempealeau County, Wis. 
Rhodes, WUliam S(tevens), XII, '97. Civil Engineer and Superintendent 

of Construction, Quartermasters' Department-at-large, U.S.A., Fort 

Screven, Ga. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 343 

Rice, Arthur P(arkman), I, 1899-01. Inspector, Massachusetts Harbor & 
Land Commission, State House, Boston, Mass. 

Rice, Arthur "Wallace, IV, 1887-88. Architect, no State St., Boston, Mass. 

Rice, Calvin W(insor), VI, '90. Secretary, American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers, 29 West 39th St., New York, N.Y. 

Rice, Carrie Louise, v, '82. See Clarke, Mrs. S. P. 

Rice, Charles Goodnow, 1884-85. 683 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Rice, David, 1883-85. 87 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Rice, Edmimd Augustus, VI, 1900-02. Civil Engineer, with the Boston 
Transit Commission, 15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Rice, Edward Thomson, ill, V, 1908-09. With General Electric Co., Erie, 
Pa. 

Rice, Frederick Bishop, 1881-82. 

Rice, George Walter, ix, 1898-99. Technology Club, New York N.Y. 

Rice, H(amilton), M.E., ll, 1887-91. Superintendent, J. S. White & Co., 
22 Dexter St., Pawtucket, R.I. 

Rice, Harry Jonathan, v, 1892-95. Died 1895. 

Rice, H(enry) L(awson), X, '93. General Manager, Western United Gas 
& Electric Co., Aurora, 111. 

Rice, Lawrence G(rout), XI, '10. Assistant Engineer, City Engineering 
Department, 10 Stone St., Beverly, Mass. 

Rice, Philip B(enard), VI, '03: Electrical Engineer, Northern Central 
Philadelphia & Erie Railroad, Williamsport, Pa. 

Rice, Roger C(ushing), I, '09. Junior Engineer, Water Resources Branch, 
U.S. Geological Survey, 505 U.S. Custom House, San Francisco, Cal. 

Rice, Roger L(eavitt), VII, 1903-04. Contractor, Mesmer & Rice, 417 
W. P. Story Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Rice, Roland G(reenville), XIII, '04. Engineer, with Ernest Flagg, Archi- 
tect, 109 Broad St., New York, N.Y. 

Rice, William Jackson, ix, 1891-95. 

Rice, William Paul, v, 1897-99. 

Rice, Winthrop M(erton), XIII, '02. Engineer and Naval Architect, 52 
Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Rich, Charles Edward, iv, 1880-81. 

Rich, Charles J(ames), II, '06. Bookbinder, with E. Fleming & Co., 17 
Cottage St., Norwood, Mass. 

Rich, C(harles) L(eon), I, '76. Cashier, Monadnock National Bank, East 
Jaffrey, N.H. 

Rich, Chester Allen, 1904-05. Provincetown, Mass. 

Rich, Edward Benjamin, A.B., VI, 1901-04. With J. G. White & Co., Inc., 
43 Exchange Place, New York, N.Y. 

Rich, Everett, II, '07. Bond Broker, 15 William St., New York, N.Y. 

Rich, Isaac, 1874-78. Assistant Engineer, New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford Railroad, Boston, Mass. 

Rich, James Rogers, iv, 1870-71. Died July 17, 1910. 

Rich, Lament, I, 1896-97. Civil Engineer and Real Estate Dealer, 4 Glen- 
wood Boulevard, Schenectady, N.Y. 



344 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Rich, R(ichard) H(enry), 1891-92. Assistant Engineer, Department of 
Real Estate, New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Room 45, 
Railroad Station, New Haven, Conn. 

Rich, Thomas P., iv, 1869-70. 

Rich, Waldo Alton, Jr., ill, 1903-04. With the Dennison Manufacturing 
Go., South Framingham, Mass. 

Rich, W(illia)m J(ames), ll.M., Ill, '84. Principal Examiner, U.S. Patent 
Office, 175 Patent Office, Washington, D.C. 

Rich, W(illiston) C(anfield), VI, IX, 1901-05. Red Wing Sewer Pipe Co., 
Red Wing, Minn. 

Richards, A(Iexander) Webster, IV, '04. Architectural Draughtsman, with 
Totten & Rogers, 808 17th St., Washington, D.C. 

Richards, C(harles) R(ussell), II, '85. Director, Cooper Union, New York, 
N.Y. 

Richards, Daniel Webster, 11, 1890-94. Care of Norfolk & Western Railway, 
Roanoke, Va. 

Richards, F(ranklm) B(atchelder), iii, '84. With M. A. Hanna & Co., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Richards, Frederick L(eonard), X, '95- Engineer, Densmore & LeClear, 
88 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 

Richards, George A., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. Salesman and Engineer, 
Otis Elevator Co., 34 India St., Boston, Mass. 

Richards, George Chadwick, xm, 1900-03. 30 Merton St., Andover, Mass. 

Richards, George Lawrence, l, 1881-82. 

Richards, Harold Moore, II, 1905-06. With Mather & Co., 33 Broad St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Richards, Henry, A.B., iv, 1869-71. Paper Manufacturer (retired). Boys 
Camp, Gardiner, Me. 

Richards, Joseph Levering, x, 1905-09. Forestry, 247 Fisher Ave., Brook- 
line, Mass. 

Richards, Karl W(illis), l, 1903-07. 683 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Richards, L(ouis) J(erome), XI, '97. Health Officer, City of Elizabeth, 
City Hall, Elizabeth, N.J. 

Richards, Nathaniel A(therton), IV, '05. With Purdy & Henderson, Archi- 
tects, 45 East 17th St., New York, N.Y. 

Richards, Pierre Evertson, v, 1895-96. Managing Director, American Agen- 
cies, Ltd., 76 Turnmill St., London, England, and Director, John 
Morgan Richards & Sons, Ltd., 46 Holborn, London, England. 

Richards, Robert H(allowell), LL.D„ ill, '68. Professor of Mining Engi- 
neering and Metallurgy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Richards, Mrs. Robert H. (Swallow, Ellen Henrietta), A.M., Sc.D., v, '73. 
Died March 30, ign. 

Richards, Russell Almon, d.m.D., 1890-91 Dentist, 185 Summer St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Richards, Tho(ma)s G(leason), 11, '94. Boston & Revere Rubber Co., 
North Brookfield, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 345 

Richards, William Reuben, Mechanic Arts, 1898-99. 

Richardson, Arthiir Bancroft, vil, 1907-09. With Boston Elevated Railway 
Co., Boston, IMass. 

Richardson, Bertram A(llen), IV, 1900-04. 39 E. 83d St., New York, N.Y. 

Richardson, Charles Dana, VI, '06. Died January 26, 191 1. 

Richardson, Charles F(ranklin), n, '86. Lawyer, Patents & Patent Causes, 
53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Richardson, C(hester) A(ugustus), I, '00. Draughtsman, Boston Transit 
Commission, 15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Richardson, CUnton Leroy, 1, 1896-00. Died July 7, 1910. 

Richardson, D(aniel) A(rtemus), A.B.,II, '96. President, Richardson Engi- 
neering & Manufacturing Co., Ford St., Hartford, Conn. 

Richardson, Edw(ard) B(ridge), VI, '98. Of Richardson & Hale, Consulting 
Engineers, 85 Water St., Boston, Mass. 

Richardson, Edward M(iner), II, 1904-06. With the American Locomotive 
Co., 1886 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Richardson, Edwin C(ole), II, '07. Manager, St. Lawrence Welding Co., 
Limited, 13-17 Roy Lane, Montreal, Quebec. 

Richardson, Elizabeth M., vn, 1897-98. Teacher, Girls' High School, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Richardson, Frank D(ouglas), II, '93. American Telephone & Telegraph 
Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Richardson, Frank Linden, M.D., VII. 1896-98. Physician, 543 Boylston St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Richardson, Fred Boyd, 1888-89. 

Richardson, Frederick L(eopold) W(illiam), A.B., IV, 1900-05. Architect, 
Richardson, Barott & Richardson, 31 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Richardson, Geofrge) L(ynde), I, '89. City Engineer and County Sur- 
veyor, Court House, San Rafael, Cal. 

Richardson, Harry F(rederic), VI, '08. Engineer, with the Plant Depart- 
ment, New York Telephone Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Richardson, Henry Barber, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1905-06. 224 Beacon 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Richardson, H(enry) K(neeland), XIII, '04. Assistant Professor of Electro- 
Chemical Engineering, The Pennsylvania State College, State College, 
Pa. 

Richardson, Herbert A(ppleton), v, '87. 106 Hewlett St., Roslindale, Mass. 

Richardson, H(olden) C(hester) (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '07. Naval Con- 
structor, U.S.N. , Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Richardson, Howard Barrett, II, 1906-10. Laboratory Aid, U.S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 

Richardson, J(ames) Herbert, I, 1895-00. Designer of Bridges and 
Buildings, Boston & Albany Railroad (New York Central & Hudson 
River Railroad, Lessee), Room 367, South Station, Boston, Mass. 
Richardson, Joseph L., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. With Gamewell 

Fire Alarm Telegraph Co., Newton Upper Falls, Mass. 
Richardson, Mary Woods, 1889-90. 266 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. 



346 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Richardson, Maurice Frederic, II, 1895-98. General Superintendent, 

Peck, Stow & Wilcox Co., Southington, Conn. 
Richardson, Max Currier, 1, 1899-05. 
Richardson, Philip, A.B., IV, 1896-98. 
Richardson, Preston, 1888-89. 
Richardson, Robert E(aton), II, 1881-85. General Manager, Commonwealth 

Power Company System, Michigan, and Consumers Power Company 

System, 113 West Main St., Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Richardson, Robert Logan, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1899-00. Clerk, Old 

Colony Trust Co., Boston, Mass. 
Richardson, Spencer Cumston, A.B.. ill, 1900-01. Planter, Nicaragua, 

Central America, P.O. Box 2926, Boston, Mass. 
Richardson, Wallace Dunster, XI, 1906-09, 1910-11. Rockingham, N.C. 
Richardson, Walter P., '86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Richardson, Webster, 1907-08. 109 Highland Ave., Newtonville, Mass. 
Richardson, W(illia)m Cummings, IV, 1874-76. Of Hartwell, Richardson 

& Driver, Architects, 62 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Richardson, W(illia)m C(vmiston), II, '91- In Business, 50 Congress St., 

Boston, Mass., P.O. Box 2926, Boston, Mass. 
Richardson, W(illiam) S(ymmes), IV, 1892-94. 160 Fifth Ave., New York, 

N.Y. 
Richmond, Arthur Clinton, I, III, 1904-07. Died April, 1908. 
Richmond, Carl Gee, I, 'n. Resident Engineer, Massachusetts Highway 

Commission, 15 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 
Richmond, Charles Franklin, 1893-94- 
Richmond, Gerald M(artin), VI, '99. Of Richmond, Dorrance & Co., 

Investment Securities Brokers, 532 Grosvenor Building, Providence, 

R.I. 
Richmond, Harold A(nthony), II, '93. President, American Emer>' Wheel 

Works, 325 Waterman St., Providence, R.I. 
Richmond, Henry P(arsons), IV, '98. With Guy Lowell, Architect, Carter 

Building, West St., Boston, Mass. 
Richmond, Knight C(heney), B.P., II, '90. Consulting Engineer, 10 Wey- 

bosset St., Providence, R.I. 
Richmond, Miles Standish, IV, 1895-99. Manufacturer of Oil and Hardware 

Specialties, 40 Batterymarch St., Boston, Mass. 
Richmond, Rosita Lavalle, 1899-00. 
Richmond, Waldemar S(paulding), I, '05. Civil Engineer, with U.S. Lake 

Sur\'ey, Old Custom House, Detroit, Mich. 
Richter, J(ohn) L(udwig), IV, 1903-04. Secretarj^ and Assistant Treasurer, 

Bucks County Electric Railway Co., Ne^\i;own, Pa. 
Rickards, Bturt R(ansom), V, '99. Associate Professor of Municipal and 

Sanitary Dairying, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 
Ricker, C(harles) W(illiam), VI, '91. Chief Engineer and Assistant Gen- 
eral Manager, Havana Electric Railway Co., Havana, Cuba. 
Ricker, Elmer F(rancis), rv, '03. Real Estate and Insurance Broker, 

1416 Hancock St., Quincy, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 347 

Ricker, George A(lfred), I, 1882-85. Civil Engineer, 702 EUicott Square, 
Buffalo, N.Y. 

Ricketson, Oliver G., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Ricketts, Alfred Henry, V, 1899 02. Chemist, with The Texas Co., Provi- 
dence, R.I. 

Rickey, W(alter) J(osiah), II, '95. Works Manager, The Singer Manufac- 
turing Co., South Bend, Ind. 

Rickoflf, William Munroe, 1886-88. Died November 17, 1892. 

Riddell, Charles W., 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Riddell, G(uy) C(rosby), III, '04. Superintendent, East Helena Plant, 
American Smelting and Refining Co., East Helena, Mont. 

Riddle, Herbert Hugh, IV, '99- Of Riddle & Riddle, Architects, 122 So. 
Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Riddle, Lewis W(etmore), XIII, '99. Of Riddle & Riddle, Architects, 122 
So. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Rideout, Percy Adams, I, 'n. Gallon, Ohio. 

Rider, Lucy J., 1877-78. See Meyer, Mrs. 

Rider, Wheelock, M.D., ill, 1881-82. Physician, (retired), 26 Gibbs St., 
Rochester, N.Y. 

Ridgway, Charles J., 1886-87, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Ridstrom, Eric Herman, n, 1907-09. With Vermont Marble Co., Proctor, 
Vt. 

Riebel, Elroy Clemens, IV, 1901-04. Eberly Block, Columbus, Ohio. 

Riefkohl, Rudolph WCilliam), II, '09. Engineering Salesman, with J. B. 
Perkins, 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Rietschlin, Otto R(heinhard), I, '10. Assistant Engineer, with Bartlett & 
Ranney, San Antonio, Texas. 

Riggs, George F(ield), I, '79. Economic and Literary Studies, 224 South 
Hanover St., Carlisle, Pa. 

Riggs, Lewis Ward, 1907-08. Grafton, Mass. 

Riker, George H(ayes), X. '99- With the Reversible Collar Co., iii Put- 
nam Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

Riley, Alton Henry, 1891-92. No. Attleboro, Mass. 

Riley, Edward B., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Riley, Edward J(ohn), VI, '09. Sales Engineer, Western Electric Co., 463 
West St., New York, N.Y. 

Riley, Francis'Bradford, II, 1901-03. Commercial Engineering Department, 
New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Riley, Frank Morris, IV, 1897-00. Architect, 37 Chestnut St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Riley, J(ames) Garfield, v, '06. Chemist, with Bureau of Chemistry, U.S. 
Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 

Riley, John, 1875-76. 

Riley, Joseph C(ains), II, '98. Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engi- 
neering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Riley, Lewis A(dams), 2d, II, '06. Engineer, with the Lehigh & Hudson 
River Railroad, Warwick, N.Y. 



348 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Riley, Louis B., 1882-83. 

Rindge, Samuel, II, 1876-80. Of Parker, Wilder & Co., Dry Goods Com- 
mission Merchantis, 4 Winthrop Square, Boston, Mass. 

Rinearson, William Clements, Jr., 11, 1901-04. Resident Engineer, Cincin- 
nati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway, Oakdale, Tenn. 

Ring, James "W., 1877-7)!, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Riotte, Gerard, 1, 1895-56. 

Ripley, Charles Edward, II, 1886-90. Died March 15, 1893. 

Ripley, Mrs. Edward P. (Wheeler, Edith Helen), A.B., A.M., v, 1902-0.1. 
Weston, Mass. 

Ripley, Franklin, Jr., II, '07. With the Troy Blanket Mills, Troy, N.H. 

Ripley, Henry F(rancis), n, '94. In Woolen Business, 86 Essex St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Ripley, H(enry) L(ew?s), I, '73- Lieutenant-Colonel, Second Cavalry, U.S. 
Army, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. 

Ripley, Hubert George, IV, 1887-80. Architect, loi Tremont St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Ripley, PhUip F(ranldin), B.A., V, '00. Chemist, with the Wood Worsted 
Mills, Lawrence, Mass. 

Ripley, Read I(sbell) , I, '10. Assistant to Superintendent, Cut Sole Factory, 
W. H. McElwaiii Co., 348 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Ripley, William Thomas, n, '82. Died August 26, 1893. 

Ripley, William Z(ebina), Ph.D., I, '90. Professor of Economics, Harvard 
University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Ripley, Mrs. William Z. (Davis, Ida Sabin), VII, 1889-90. Bracebridge Road, 
Newton Centre, Mass. 

Rippey, Attwood E(ugene), III, '06. Of Rippey & Co., 131 State St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Ritchie, A(ndrew) Eliot, II. '02. Of E. S. Ritchie & Sons, Manufacturers 
of Nautical Instruments and Electrical Apparatus, 112 Cypress St., 
Brookline, Mass. 

Ritchie, A(ndrew) M(ontgomery), vi, 1865-68. Manufacturer of Nautical 
Instruments and Electrical Apparatus, E. S. Ritchie & Sons, 112 Cy- 
press St., Brookline, Mass. 

Ritchie, E(dward) Warren, rv, '98. Civil Engineer, with the Purdy Engi- 
neering Co., San Jose, Costa Rica. 

Ritchie, James, I, '78. Consulting Engineer, 1943 East 107th St., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Ritchie, John, iv, 1868-69. Deceased. 

Ritchie, Thomas P., 1865-67- 

Rivero, Manuel, II, 1903-04. 

Rivitz, Se3nmour Moses, I, 1901-05. 13 Ashland St., Boston, Mass. 

Roach, H(arry) F(ay), IV, 1889-91. 1430 Syndicate Trust Building, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Roads, George Mackay, III, 1906-09. With the St. Clair Division, Phila- 
delphia & Reading Coal and Iron Co., Pottsville, Pa. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 349 

Roaf, Edward Walter, I, 1893-98. Structural Engineer with Megquier & 
Jones Co., Portland, Me. 

Robb, Aubrey Granger, 1890-91. Superintendent, Robb Engineering Co., 
Limited, Amherst, Nova Scotia. 

Robb, Charles Alexander, B.Sc, II, S.M., '10. Assistant in Mechanical 
Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Robb, Russell, VI, '88. Of Stone & Webster, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Robbe, Louis E(rnest), I, '05. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water Supply, 
City of New York, Brown Station, N.Y. 

Robbins, Arthur G(raham), I, '86. Professor of Topographical Engineer- 
ing, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Robbins, Donald G(oodrich), II. '07. With W. H. McElwain & Co., Box 
Factory, Manchester, N.H. 

Robbins, Edwin Thurston, B.A., XIII, 1899-01. 66 Lexington Ave., Columbus, 
Ohio. 

Robbins, Frank A(mbrose), Jr., II, '02. Assistant in Vice-President's 
Ofifice, Pennsylvania Steel Co., Steelton, Pa. 

Robbins, F(ranklui) H(enry), II, '94. Assistant Designing Engineer, 
Board of Water Suppty, City of New York, 93 Memaroneck Ave., 
White Plains, N.Y. 

Robbins, Fred Linwood, 1892-93. 

Robbins, H(allet) R(ice), A.B., I. '05. Civil and Mining Engineer, P.O. Box 
51, Seattle, Wash. 

Robbins, Joseph Drew, B.S., X, 1901-02. 

Roberts, Albert Arthur, VI, 1901-05. Signal Department, Kansas City Ter- 
minal Railway Co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Roberts, Arthur O(sbome), XIII, '04. Assistant Superintendent, Worsted 
Department, Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., Manchester, N.H. 

Roberts, Charles Horatio, 1899-00. Foreman, Boston Woven Hose & Rub- 
ber Co., Cambridgeport, Mass. 

Roberts, Edwin H(ughes), II, '96. President, The Stewart Mesa Fruit Co., 
Paonia, Colo. 

Roberts, Harold B(arnes), II, '90. Delaney & Roberts, Contracting Engi- 
neers, 103 Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Roberts, Odin (Barnes), A.M., LL.b., II, '88. Of Roberts, Roberts & Cush- 
man, Lawyers, 95 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Roberts, Robert P(arker), ill, '00. General Smelter Foreman, Boston & 
Montana Consolidated Copper & Silver Mining Co., Great Falls, Mont. 

Roberts, Thomas M(ayo), A.B., A.M., VI, '98. Electrical Engineer, with the 
General Electric Co., 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Roberts, Walter H., 1895-96. 

Roberts, W(illiani) E(lmer), 1888-90. Supervisor of Manual Training, 
Board of Education, Rockwell Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Roberts, W(illiam) J(ackson), A.B., A.M., I, '91. State Highway Commis- 
sioner, Olj'mpia, Wash. 

Roberts, William Lawton, xm, 'n. Engineering Department, New York 
Shipbuilding Co., Camden, N.J. 



350 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Roberts, William Tracy, 1906-07. 

Robertson, Andrew R(obert), II, '92. Director, Watson, Laidlaw & Co., 

Limited, 98 Dundas St., South, Glasgow, Scotland. 
Robertson, Frederick McNaughton, VI, 1894-95. 

Robertson, Harry Alexander, v, 1909-10. With G. F. Stephens & Co., Win- 
nipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 
Robertson, Lionel Omar, iv, 1893-94. With the Toby Furniture Co., 11 

West 32dSt., New York, N.Y. 
Robertson, Nath(aniel) G(ould), III, 1881-85. Treasurer and Manager, 

The Wyoming Shovel Works, 621 Clay Ave., Scranton, Pa. 
Robertson, R(ichard) Austin, 11, 1874-76. Treasurer, Providence Engineering 

Works, Providence, R.I. 
Robertson, Robert, Jr., XI, 1904-05. So. Hamilton, Mass. 
Robertson, S(amuel) B(rown), I, '99. Superintendent, Pennsylvania Lines, 

Pennsylvania Co., New Castle, Pa. 
Robertson, Winfred Franklin, X, 1899-02. With E. C. Robertson & Son, 

Hinsdale, N.H. 
Robeson, A(nthony) M(aurice), VI, 1890-93. Care of Andrew Moir, i 

London Wall Building, London, E.C., England. 
Robeson, Frank Leigh, B.S., II, 1907-08. Teacher of Mathematics, Virginia 

Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Va. 
Robins, Elizabeth, 1899-00. 
Robins, WCilliam) Powell, A.D.G.F., IV, 1891-94. Architect, 29 East 28th 

St., New York, N.Y. 
Robinson, Mrs. Alfred B. (Blackwell, Ethel Brown), VII, '91. Physician, 

Cedar Top Bungalow, Pompton Lakes, N.J. 
Robinson, Amos George, ll, Xlil, 1892-94, 1895-96. 
Robinson, Argyle Eggleston, iv, 1895-97. Architect, Room 623, 84 LaSalle 

St., Chicago, III. 
Robinson, Augusta Frances Beverley, 1897-98. 

Robinson, Benjamin, IV, 1907-10. Architectural Draughtsman, 75 Green- 
wood St., Springfield, Mass. 
Robinson, Burr A(rthur), lll, '09. Associate Editor, Engineering and 

Mining Journal, 505 Pearl St., New York, N.Y. 
Robinson, Charles Frederick, II, 1906-08. 12 Lincoln Place, Brookline, 

Mass. 
Robinson, Charles Louis, li, 1897-98. 
Robinson, C(harles) Snelling, III, '84. Second Vice-President, Youngstown 

Sheet & Tube Co., Youngstown, Ohio. 
Robinson, Charles Stanley, ill, 1881-85. 
Robinson, Clark S(hove), X, '09. Assistant Works Manager, Plant 2, 

R. & H. Chemical Co., Perth Amboy, N.J. 
Robinson, Clayton Simpson, II, 1907-08. R.F.D., No. 4, Attleboro, 

Mass. 
Robinson, Dwight P(arker), A.B., VI, '92. Of Stone & Webster, 147 

Milk St., Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 351 

Robinson, Edward, II, '90. Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Uni- 
versity of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. 

Robinson, Edward I., 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Robinson, Edwin Sprague, X, 1901-02. 

Robinson, E(lmer) H(olbrook), VI, '97. District Plant Chief, New England 
Telephone & Telegraph Co., 2 Bradley St., Winter Hill, Mass. 

Robinson, Elmo A(rnold), VII, '09. Clergyman, Universalist Churches of 
Henderson and EUisburg, N.Y. 

Robinson, Frank J(ohn), IV, '08. Architectural Draughtsman, with Guy 
Lowell, Architect, Carter Building, 12 West St., Boston, Mass. 

Robinson, George Avery, IV, 1896-97. Stave and Barrel Cooper, Chess & 
Wymond Co., 5th & Avery Sts., Louisville, Ky. 

Robinson, Graham, III, v, 1886-90. 

Robinson, Halbert G(ardner), 1892-93. Civil Engineer, Patten, Me. 

Robinson, Harold Long, I, 'u. Engineer, Aberthaw Construction Co., 
8 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Robinson, Harriet Laurinda, 1893-94- 

Robinson, Henry Raybum, 1894-95. Vice-President and Superintendent, 
Robinson & Co., Manufacturers of Engines and Separators, Rich- 
mond, Ind. , 

Robinson, John Albert, X, 1898-02. Fire Protection Engineer, Superinten- 
dent of Fire Records, with National Fire Protection Association, 87 
Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Robinson, John Tilden, Jr., II, 1894-98. President, John T. Robinson Co., 
Paper Box Machinery Manufacturers, Hyde Park, Mass. 

Robinson, Laforest George, VI, 1893-98. Consulting Engineer, L. G. Rob- 
inson, 16 Hastings St. E., Vancouver, B.C. 

Robinson, Marcellus True, 1893-94- Farmer, East Kingston, N.H. 

Robinson, Miner, 1883-86. 37 Parkman St., Brighton, Mass. 

Robinson, R(alph) C (handler), V, '01. Research Chemist, General Elec- 
tric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Robinson, Richard B., 1870-71. 

Robinson, Samuel, v, 1899-05. 

Robinson, Theodore W(inthrop), III, '84. First Vice-President, Illinois Steel 
Co., 1524 Commercial National Bank Building, Chicago, 111. 

Robinson, Thomas Pendleton, II, IV, 1895-99- Architect, 20 Beacon St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Robinson, Thomas W., Ill, '76. Died November 3, 1880. 

Robinson, William Attmore, Jr., II, 1895-97. Oil Refiner, 144 South Water 
St., New Bedford, Mass. 

Robinson, William P., 1870-73- Salesman, 400 Washington St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Robinson, Winslow D(avis), XIII, '07. With F. W. Dodge Co., 114 Federal 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Robison, Edgar M., 1874-75- 

Robson,EdwardRiggs, I, IX, 1895-99- Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Roby, Luther A., 1871-74- 1906 East 22d St., N.E., Cleveland, Ohio. 



352 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Roby, Thomas W(alton), Jr.,B.S.,l, '07. With C. J. Goldmark, 41st. St. and 
Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Roche, John Aloysius, vi, 1892-93- 

Roche, Raymond Vincent, V. VI., 1907-10. Box 150, Uxbridge, Mass. 

Rochelean, "Walter Claver, a.b., 1, 1903-04- Surgeon, Woonsocket Hospital, 
Woonsocket R.I. 

Rockfellow, Annie Graham, IV, 1885-87. Architect, 17 Buckingham St., 
Rochester, N.Y. 

Rockwell, George A(rnold), LL.b., X, '95. Lawyer, loi Tremont St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Rockwell, J(ohn) Arnold, M.D., VII, '96. Physician, 24 Garden St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

Rockwell, S(elden) E(mmett), Ph.B., n, '07. Engineer, with the Ambursen 
Hydraulic Construction Co., 88 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Rockwell, Willard F(rederick), V, VI, 1906-08. Industrial Engineer, F. W. 
Bird & Son, 131 Wihiiington A^ve., Dorchester, Mass. 

Rockwood, Charles Parkman, 1897-98. Assistant Secretary, Rockwood 
Manufacturing Co., P.O. Box 113, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Rockwood, E(dward) Farnum, II, '04. Chief Engineer, New England 
Concrete Construction Co., 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Roco, Mateo, I, II, 1904-07. Bilibid 274 B, San Sebastian, P.I. 

Rodd, George Henry, VI, 1903-04. 108 2d St., Portland, Ore. 

Rodgers, Charles L(oring), 11, '05. Engineer, with Union Stockj-ard & Tran- 
sit Co., Chicago, 111. 

Rodman, Samuel Sewall, 1906-07. Pittsburg Representative, Babson Sta- 
tistical Organization, Machesney Building, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Rodman, Walter Sheldon, B.S., VI, S.M., '09, 1909-10. Adjunct Professor of 
Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia, University, Va. 

Roehr, Otto Louis, xni, 1898-00. 

Roehrs, Kvirt, n, 1906-07. Roswell, N. Mexico. 

Roeth, Adolph Gaston, M.D., VII, 1893-94- 

Roger-Marvaise, Rene, 1904-05. Civil Engineer, rue de la Mctoire, 96, 
Paris, France. 

Rogers, Allen H(astings), ni, '90. Consulting Mining Engineer, 71 Broad- 
way, New York, N.Y., and 201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Rogers, Anne Fuller, VII, 1895-96, 1901-03. See Winslow, Mrs. Charles- 
Edward A. 

Rogers, Arthur S(ilas), VI, '94. With the Nebraska Telephone Co., Omaha, 
Nebr. 

Rogers, Frank Henry, I, 1891-94. Civil Engineer, U.S. Treasury- Depart- 
ment, Olean, N.Y. 

Rogers, Gardner, VI, '02. Manager, Houghton County Electric Light Co., 
and the Houghton County Traction Co., Houghton, Mich. 

Rogers, George Daniel, 1887-89. Ship Brokers, Steamship & Insurance 
Agents, Rogers & Webb, 126 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Rogers, George Dennison, vr, 1898-02. With the New England Telephone 
& Telegraph Co., 50 Oliver St., Boston, Mass, 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 353 

Rogers, Harry Lovejoy, 1885-86. Colonel, Assistant Paymaster General, 
U.S. Army, Army Building, New York, N.Y. 

Rogers, H(oward) L(ewis), VI. 1889-91. Treasurer, Stone & Webster 
Engineering Corporation, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Rogers, James Calvin, B.S., vi, 1908-11. 

Rogers, James Earl, XIII, 1901-05. Draughtsman, Designing Department, 
New York Central & Hudson River Railroad, 184 Van Alst Ave., 
Long Island City, N.Y. 

Rogers, James Hampton, vi, 1902-04. 140 East 3d St. Maysville, Ky. 

Rogers, James S(mith), rv, 1880-81. Architect, Rogers &_Bonnah, 1310 
Penobscot Building, Detroit, Mich. ^^^ 

Rogers, James Smith, II, 1903-05. 

Rogers, John A(rthur), IV, 1890-91, 1892-95- Rogers & Woodyatt, Archi- 
tects, 1615 Ashland Block, Chicago, 111. 

Rogers, Minnie H(empel), IX, '90. Private Tutor, 8 Adelaide St., Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 

Rogers, Robert, 1876-78. Canton, Mass. 

Rogers, Rutherford Hayes, vi, X, 1899-03. 

Rogers, William A. C, IV. 1882-83. 121 1 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rogerson, John R(ussell), I, '97. Junior Engineer, U.S. Engineer Office, 
25 Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass. 

Rohde, Alice, S.B., vn. 1904-05. Medical Student, 529 North Wolf St., Balti- 
more, Md. 

Rohde, Max Spencer, 1904-05. 

Roland, John "W(ilson), a.b., I. '04. 

Rolfe, Geo(rge) W(illiam), A.B.. A.M.. v. 1893-94. Instructor in Sugar 
Analysis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Rolfe, Mrs. George W. (Parker, Mabel), v. 1895-96. 344 Brookline St., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Rolfe, H(enry) P(ettingell), 1. 1893-97. Engineer-in-Charge, The Portland 
Engineering & Contracting Co., 508-9-10 Marquam Building, Port- 
land, Ore. t;'. 

Rollins, E(dward) W(arren), II. '71. Chairman of the Board of Directors, 
E. H. Rollins & Sons, Bankers, John Hancock Building, 200 Devon- 
shire St., Boston, Mass. 

Rollins, F(rank) W., IX. X, 1877-80. Banker, E. H. Rollins & Sons, 200 
Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Rollins, George Oscar, 1889-91. No. Brookfield, Mass. 

Rollins, H(arry) T(ebbetts), II, '04. Vice-President, Des Moines Hosiery 
Mills, Des Moines, Iowa. 

Rollins, J(ames) W., I. '78. President, Holbrook, Cabot & Rollins Corpo- 
ration, 6 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Rollins, John Leighton, 1884-85. 

Rollins, Montgomery, IX. 1885-88. Writer of Financial Books, 6 Hancock 
Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Rollins, Theodore B., IV. 1873-76. Died December, 1899. 

Roney, William Wheeler, II, 1897-98 . 



354 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Rood, Norman Paul, IV, 1895-97. General Manager, Independent Power 

Co. of Missouri, 218 West 4th St., Joplin, Mo. 
Rood, Vernon S(tone), III, '07. With the Utah Apex Mining Co., Bingham 

Canyon, Utah. 
Rooke, Warren Augustus, iv, '97. 

Rooney, John Anthony, rv, 1887-88. Builder, 95 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Root, Edward Thompson, A.B., IV, 1889-91. Architect, 410 Commercial Club 

Building, Portland, Ore. 
Root, Ellery Earle, X, 1907-08. With the Standard Ink Co., Buffalo, N.Y. 
Root, Franklin T(inker), X, '02. Publishing, Root Newspaper Association, 

231 West 39th St., New York, N.Y. 
Root, John A(llen), III, '06. Assistant Testing Engineer, Anaconda Copper 

Mining Co., Anaconda, Mont. 
Root, Ralph, III, '00. Apple Ranching, 1013 State St., Hood River, Ore. 
Root, William L(acy), X, '96. Of O. Root & Sons, Pittsfield, Mass. 
Roots, Willard H(olt), B.D., IX, '91. Episcopal Minister, Christ Church, 

P.O. Box 344, Shoshone, Idaho. 
Roper, George W., I, 1884-87. With Roper Lumber Co., Norfolk, Va. 
Roper, Thomas A(very), m, '10. Efficiency Engineer, Selby Shoe Co., 

Portsmouth, Ohio. 
Roper, Walter Frederic, n, 1899-03. Hopedale, Mass. 
Ropes, Arthur Dudley, IV, 1887-89. President, The Owens Brothers Co., 

Novelties, 19 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 
Ropes, Frances, IV, '04- See Williams, Mrs. S. P. 

Ropes, George Hardy, IV, 1890-92. Detroit Architectural Club, Detroit, Mich. 
Ropes, J. Herbert, 1870-71. 

Ropes, Ripley, A.B., II, 1909 10. Morristown, N.J. 
Rose, Carlton Raymond, Ph.M., HI, 1900-01. Superintendent, United States 

Zinc Co., P.O. Box 860, Pueblo, Colo. 
Rose, Charles H., 1881-82. 
Rose, F(rederick) H(olland), II, '91. Secretary^, Upson Nut Co., 607 

Garfield Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Rose, Robert W(are), XIII, '06. With the General Electric Co., Lynn, Mass. 
Rosenblatt, A(rthur) M(orton), VI, '09. With H. M. Byllesby & Co., 

of Chicago; Rock Island, Tenn. 
Rosengarten, Francis Albert, VI, 1891-95. 
Rosenheim, A(lfred) F(aist), IV, 1878-80. Architect, 615 H. W. Hellman 

Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Rosenheim, S(amuel) F(rancis), IV, 1890-93. Manufacturer and Jobber 

of Display Fixtures, 1334 Washington Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
Rosenstein, Ludwig, X, '10. Instructor in Theoretical Chemistry, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Rosewater, W(illia)m M(arcus), II, '92. Engineer, South Milwaukee 

Works, Bucyrus Co., South Milwaukee, Wis. 
Rosing, W(illiam) H. V., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., II, 1878-80. 

Assistant to Vice-President, St. Louis & Santa Fe Railway Co., Frisco 

Building, St. Louis, Mo. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 355 

Rosnosky, Samuel Fabion, VI, 1897-98. Room 14, 15 Court Square, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Ross, Donald William, Jr., II, 1890-92. Contractor for Concrete Work, 

P.O. Box 1097, Montreal, Quebec. 
Ross, Geo(rge) A(llen), rv, 1900-02. Of Ross & MacFarlane, Architects, 

Beaver Hall Hill, Montreal, Quebec. 
Ross, Henry F(rancis), ill, '82. President, Mercantile Wharf Corporation, 

88 Clinton St., Boston, Mass. 
Ross, James Harold, 1903-04. East Dennis, Mass. 
Ross, John A(lexander), Jr., XIII, '01. 28 Elm St., Potsdam, N.Y. 
Ross, John H(amilton), Science and Literature, '82. President, Boston Thread 

& Twine Co., 575 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 
Ross, Robert John, ill, 1902-05. Assistant Engineer, City Hall, Hartford 

Conn. 
Ross, Sidney Fuller, IV, 1896-98. Kennebunk, Me. 
Ross, Waldo Ogden, 1864-67, 1869-71. Died December 27, 1898. 
Rossmassler, Carl, XIII, '01. Secretary-Treasurer, The Rossmassler- 

Bonine Electric Co., 1236 Orkney St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Rotch, A(bbott) Lawrence, A.M., 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 

II, '84. Died April 7, 1912. 
Rotch, Arthur, A.B., IV, 1871-73. Died August 15, 1894. 
Rothery, Rosamond Flower, VII, 1902-03. Wellesley, Mass., 
Rott, W(alter) C(hristian), II, '03. Engineer, 1217 Bessemer Building, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Round, John J., 1891-92. 
Rounds, Geo(rge) W(adsworth), VI, '89. General Superintendent, Puget 

Sound Electric Railway Co.; Pacific Traction Co.; Tacoma Railway 

& Power Co., Tacoma, Wash. 
Rountree, W(alter) J(efferson), II, '09. Director, Department of Tech- 
nology, Newberry College, Newberry, S.C. 
Rourke, Louis K(eegan), I, '95. Commissioner of Public Works, City of 

Boston, City Hall, Boston, Mass. 
Rowe, Allan W(mter), s.M., Ph.D., X, '01. Professor of Chemistry, Boston 

University School of Medicine, 295 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 

Mass. 
Rowe, Edith Owen, VII, 1895-96. Teacher in High School, Maiden, Mass. 
Rowe, E(dward) B(ennett), VIII, '06. Assistant Chief Engineer, of Holo- 

phane Co., Newark, Ohio. 
Rowe, Henry W(oodbury), IV, '04, IV, S.M., '05. Architect, 161 Devonshire 

St., Boston, Mass., 11 23 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Rowe, John Spencer, iv, 1894-95. 
Rowe, Louis G(rif!in), l, '10. Surveyman, U.S. Engineer's Office, 25 Pem- 

berton Sq., Boston, Mass. 
Rowell, George F(reeman), I, '92. Resident Engineer, Chattanooga and 

Tennessee River Power Co., Guild, Marion County, Tenn. 
Rowell, Mrs. (Bridges, Lillian), A.M., V, vil. 1889-90. 96 Saunders St., 

Lawrence, Mass. 



356 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Rowell, Wiear L(ouis), II, 1902-05. In Real Estate Business, 44 Central 

Square, Lynn, Mass. 
Rowland, "William, 1873-74. 
Royce, Frederick Page, VII, 1886-88. Vice-President, Stone & Webster 

Management Association, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Royce, James C(harles), II, '97. Consulting Engineer, 612 Continental 

Life Building, Toronto, Ontario. 
Rubel, Milton L(ouis), B.S., III, '05. Manager, Pilones Mining Co., Topia, 

Durango, Mexico. 
Ruckgaber, Albert F(elix), VI, '96. Of Merrill-Ruckgaber Co., Contracting 

Engineers, 50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 
Ruckman, John H(amilton), II, '10. Driller, California Oilfields, Limited, 

Oilfields, Cal. 
Ruddick, Jesse Hicks, II, 1891-92. 
Ruddick, "William H., M.D., B.A.S., 1872-73. Physician, 502 Broadway, 

South Boston, Mass. 
Ruff, De"W(itt) C(linton), n, '07. Mechanical Engineer with Chas. L. 
Pillsbury Co., Engineers, Minneapolis. 716 Manhattan Building, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Rxiffin, Charles Stanley, VI, Vlll, 1881-85. Died June 30, 1908. 
Riiffin, Julian Beverley, VI, Vin, 1885-86. 
Ruffin, Roulhac, 1, 1883-86. Deceased. 
Ruggles, Aubrey, 1889-90. 

Ruggles, Elmer E., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Ruggles, Guy H(all), ill. '06. Assistant to Mill Superintendent, American 

Zinc, Lead and Smehing Co., 404 North Ball St., Webb City, Mo. 
Ruggles, Henry J(ason), I, '08. Computer, City of Seattle, City Hall, 

Seattle, Wash. 
Ruggles, Horace F(owle), '87, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., II, '92. 
Mechanical Engineer (Sugar Machinery and Factories), 106 Wall St., 
New York, N.Y. 
Ruggles, Mary Julia, V, '06. See Andrews, Mrs. 
Ruiz, Enrique, 1868-69. 
Rumery, Ralph Rollins, XI, 1894-96. Chief Engineer, New York State Tax 

Commission, The Capitol, Albany, N.Y. 
Rundlet, Frederick Taylor, II, Xin, 1892-94. U.S. Inspector of Customs, 

Boston Custom House, Boston, Mass. 
Runels, Ralph Earle, I, '11. 321 Thorndike St., Lowell, Mass. 
Runey, Cha(rle)s F(rancis), V, 1903-06. Chemist and Superintendent, 

Glycerine Department, Cudahy Packing Co., South Omaha, Nebr. 
Runkle, John C(ornelius), 1884-85. "Vice-President, Barrett Manufactur- 
ing Co., 297 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 
Runnels, Scott Clark, M.D., VII, 1901-03. Physician, iioo North Meridian 

St., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Rupert, Frank F(inch), A.B., A.M., V, S.M., 'n. Instructor in Chemistry, 
University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. 



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Rupf, Ernest L(ouis), II, '04. Constructing Engineer, with Russell, Burdsall 
& Ward Bolt & Nut Co., Port Chester, N.Y. 

Ruppel, Henry E(rich) K(asemen), A.M., V, '06. Chemist, Gillette Safety 
Razor Co., 41 West First St., South Boston, Mass. 

Ruppert, George, iv, 1895-96. 

Rush, William Webb, II, 1894-95. Majestic Building, Denver, Colo. 

Russ, D(onald) E(dwin), v, '07. President, Russ Manufacturing Co., 
431 Chamber Building, Oil City, Pa. 

Russ, Ernest F(rank), IX, '98. New England Manager, for Baeder, Adam- 
son & Company, Glue Dealers, 70 High .St., Boston, Mass. 

Russ, Willis R., I, 1869-73. Carriage Manufacturer, C. Russ & Co., 263 
Northampton St., Boston, Mass. 

Russel, Richard Lee, I, '89. Died July 31, 1894. 

Russell, Andrew Howland (West Point), 1864-67. Colonel, U.S. Army, 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Russell, A(ndrew) LeBaron, IX, '96. With E. H. Rollins & Sons, Bankers, 
200 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Russell, Arthur E(dmands), XIII, '05. Draughtsman, Machinery Division, 
U.S. Navy Yard, Charlestown, Mass. 

Russell, B(enjamin) F(ranklin) W(inslow), IV, '98. With Guy Lowell, 
Architect, Carter Building, 12 West St., Boston, Mass. 

Russell, Clifford Barstow, II, 1903-07. Assistant Purchasing Agent, Day- 
ton Motor Car Co., Dayton, Ohio. 

Russell, Earl S(inmions), II, 'lo. Efficiency Engineer, with H. M. Plimpton, 
Norwood, Mass. 

Russell, Edward Francis, II, 1895-97, 1898-99. Electrical Contractor, Electri- 
cal Repair Co., 146 Fletcher St., Lowell, Mass. 

Russell, Eugene Haines, Jr., I, 1900-02. New England Representative, 
Bell & Bogart Manufacturing Co., West Haven, Conn. 

Russell, Forrest F., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Russell, Foster, II, 'u. With Art Metal Construction Co., Jamestown, N.Y. 

Russell, Frank, Jr., Il, 1907-09. With Power Construction Co., Shelbourne 
Falls, Mass. 

Russell, Geo(rge) E(dmond), I, '00. Assistant Professor of Civil Engi- 
neering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Russell, George Frederick, IX, 1885-87. President and General Manager, 
Champion International Co., Paper Manufacturers, Lawrence, Mass. 

Russell, Harry Browning, IV, 1890-92. Architect, 9 Park St., Boston, Mass. 

Russell, Henry Harding, vi, 1901-03. 

Russell, Henry M., 1865-67. 

Russell, Ja(me)s B., 1866-67. Accountant, P.O. Box 288, Lowell, Mass. 

Russell, James Clayton, 1892-93. 5409 Washington Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Russell, L(eonard) Pomeroy, VI, '07. Real Estate and Life Insurance, 

Berkshire Life Insurance Company Building, Pittsfield, Mass. 
Russell, Lester A(sa), VI, '04. Secretary and Treasurer, Russell Realty Co., 

P.O. Box 394, Dallas, Texas. 
Russell, L(ucius) K(imball), A.M., V, '86. Professor of Chemistry, Clark- 
son School of Technology, Potsdam, N.Y. 



358 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Russell, "Walter B(asford), II, '97. Director, Franklin Union, Berkeley 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Rust, Harold N(orwood), VI, '95. Shepard & Rust, Electrical Supplies, 

42 West Market St., Wilkes-Barrc, Pa. 
Rutherford, Eugene White, n, '98. With the United States Rubber Co., 

42 Broadway, N.Y. 
Rutherford, Norman F(ranklin), VI. '96. Owner, "El Kelso" Foundry and 

Machine Shops, Apartado 168, Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico. 
Ruxton, E(dward) J(ames), II, '03. Secretary, Birnie, Adams & Ruxton 

Construction Co., Springfield, Mass. 
Ryan, Ida Annah, IV, 'os, IV, S.M., '06. Architect, City Hall Building, 

Waltham, Mass. 
Ryan, John Eustace, v, 1882-83. 

Ryden, Roy Warren (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '08. Assistant Naval Con- 
structor, U.S.N., Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 
Ryder, J(osiah) Peterson, V, '84. Director of Physical Training, Drexel 

Institute, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ryder, Lucy J., 1877-78. See Meyer, Mrs. 
Ryder, Morrill S(hurtleff), 1887-88. Treasurer, Burbank & Ryder Varnish 

Co., 62 Alford St., Boston, Mass. 
Ryerson, Edward Lamed, Jr., l, 1908-09. Joseph T. Ryerson i*<: Son, 38 

Banks St., Chicago, 111. 
Ryman, James Nye, VI, 1906-07- Matagorda, Texas. 

Sabin, Herbert M,, 1878-79, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Sabin, Jay Horace, III, 1898-02. 

Sabine, Annie Ware, A.M., vm, '88. See Siebert, Mrs. W. H. 

Sabine, Charles William, Jr., ll, 1884-86. 74 High St., Boston, Mass. 

Sackett, Ward M(yron), C.E., VI, '92. Fruit Grower, Corvallis, Mont. 

Sada-Muguerza, Carlos, 1896-97. 

Sadtler, P(hilip) B (ridges), X, '06. Vice-President, Swenson Evaporator 

Co., 945 Monadnock Block, Chicago, 111. 
Sadtler, Samuel S(chmucker), V, '95. Technical Chemist, with Samuel 

P. Sadtler & Son, 39 South loth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Saegmiiller, Frederick Bertholdt, B.S., C.E., XIII, 1902-04. With Bausch & 

Lomb Optical Co., Rochester, N.Y. 
Safford, E(dward) S(tanley), ill, 1865-67. Consulting Engineer, care of 

Caribbean Construction Co., Port au Prince, Haiti. 
Safford, Francis R., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Safford, Fred(erick) H(omster), Ph.D., VI, '88. 220 South De Kalb Square, 

Station B., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Safford, James P., 1870-71. Died September 20, 1902. 
Safford, Leandro T., II, 1883-86. Secretary and Manager, France Packing 

Co., Tacony, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sage, Henry Judson, A.B., VI, '92. District Manager, Crocker- Wheeler Co., 

2132 Henry W. Oliver Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Sage, Merton W(ilfred), vm, '07. Patent Attorney, Patent Department, 

General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 359 

Sage, William Hampden, Jr., 1, 1903-04. Care of A. D. Hill, Mt. Vernon 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Sager, L(awrence) K(ingsley), M.P.L., VI, '96. Lawyer, Edwards, Sager 

& Wooster, 2 Rector St., New York, N.Y. 
Sager, Oscar F(rank), II, '92. Treasurer, Sager-Packard Hardware Co., 

8 Main St., Brockton, Mass. 
St. Clair, S(amuel) Winthrop, IV, 'or. Architect, R. Clipston Sturgis, 

Architect, 120 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
St. John, Burton H(arold), B.A., V, '09. First Assistant Chemist, Munici- 
pal Laboratory, City Hall, Kansas City, Mo. 
Salathe, Frederick, v, 1906-07. 
Saldana, Eduardo Egberto, X, 1892-93. 
Salisbury, Eugene F., 1869-70. Deceased. 
Salisbury, Florence Percy, vil, 1892-93. 
Salisbury, Geo(rge) F(orsyth), II, 1906-08. General Contractor, President 

Monolithic Concrete Construction Co., 1370 People's Gas Building, 

Chicago, 111. 
Salisbury, Samuel Henry, V, 1907-08. 16 Miller St., Seneca Falls, N.Y. 
Salisbury, WUliam Conyne, II, 'n. With Rockwood Sprinkler Co., 3604 

South Morgan St., Chicago, 111. 
Saltmarsh, E(rnest) O(lmstead), 1864-69. Superintendent, Louisville & 

Nashville Railroad, and General Manager of Gulf Transit Co., 14 West 

Belmont St., Pensacola, Fla. 
Sammet, C(harles) Frank, v, '03, V, S.M., '04. Assistant Chief, Leather and 

Paper Laboratory, Bureau of Chemistry, U.S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D.C. 
Sammet, G(eorge) Victor, Ph.D., v, '01. President, Northern Industrial 

Chemical Co., 68 Northampton St., Boston, Mass. 
Sammis, T(heodore) A(ugustus), Jr., II, 1900-03. Fruit Grower,'The Dalles, 

Ore. 
Sampliner, Mortimer Louis, 1903-04. 66 Dorchester Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Sampson, Edward N., 1872-73. 
Sampson, Miles, II, '08. Draughtsman, Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., 

Manchester, N.H. 
Sampson, Percival H., 1878-79. Died 1879. 

Sampson, Roswell E(ustis), III, '07. Mining Engineer, Pullman, Wash. 
Sampson, T(homas) H., I, 1869-74- In Creosoting Business, River and 

Lyon Sts., New Orleans, La. 
Samuels, Edwin F(rancis), LL.B., II, '99. Of Steuart & Steuart, Patent 

Lawyers, Maryland Trust Building, Baltimore, Md. 
Sanborn, Arthur W., '80, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Sanborn, Clifford B(artlett), ll.B., IX, '95. Lawyer, Sanborn Block, Nor- 
wood, Mass. 
Sanborn, Edward William, VII, 1900-01. 
Sanborn, Frank E(dwin), II, '89. Professor of Industrial Arts, Ohio State 

University, Columbus, Ohio. 
Sanborn, George Waldo, 1888-89. 



36o MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Sanborn, George Warren, I, 1900-03- Insurance Inspector, Associated 
Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Sanborn, John R(oyal), VI, '04. General Manager, Automatic News Dis- 
tributing Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Sanborn, Walter Butler, V, 1902-03. 17 Benedict St., Somerville, Mass. 

Sanborn, Willard T., 187S-76. Deceased. 

Sanchez, Batista Pedro, ll, 1895-96. 

Sanders, Charles H.,B.S., IV, 1875-76. Merchant, Penacook, N.H. 

Sanders, Ralph Barton, II, 1903-05. Civil Engineer, 475 Westford St., 
Lowell, Mass. 

Sanders, Warren W(illard), V, '00. Chemical Department, Goodyear Tire 
& Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. 

Sanders, William Huntington, IV, 1892-93. Died August, 1898. 

Sanderson, Edward Spalding, 1889-90. Mechanical Engineer, 155 Buck- 
ingham St., Waterbury, Conn. 

Sanderson, Nathan H(erbert), I, '96. Assistant Engineer, Boston Bridge 
Works, Inc., 47 Winter St., Boston, Mass. 

Sando, J(oseph) B(lair),ll, '08. Centrifugal Pump Engineer, Goulds Man- 
ufacturing Co., S^eneca Falls, N.Y. 

Sands, Frank Edgar, IX, 1881-85. Of Sands, Taylor & Wood Co., 131 State 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Sanford, Earl Leroy, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1892-93. 

Sanford, Oliver Nason, 1864-67. San Francisco, Cal. 

Sanford, Orlin M., Science and Literature, 1875-77. 

Santry, Mrs. James W. (Maroney, Agnes Teresa), A.B., vil, ix, 1901-02. 
20 Alice Ave., Lynn, Mass. 

Santry, Joseph Vincent, VI, 1903-05- Of Schumaker & Santry, Power 
Plant Equipments, 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Saqui, Frederick Manuel, VI, 1907-08, 1909-10. Gutierrez Zamora, Vera- 
cruz, Mexico. 

Sargeant, French P(hilbrick), XIII, '10. With the Blake Steam Pump Co., 
East Cambridge, Mass. 1671 Cambridge St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Sargeant, Harry Brooks, 1894-95- 

Sargent, Albert EUwood, VI, 1894-97. Electrical Department, Fore River 
Shipbuilding Co., Quincy, Mass. 

Sargent, A(lbert) F(rancis), I, '92. Surveyor, 425 Main St., Maiden, Mass. 

Sargent, Allan C, 1877-78. President, C. G. Sargent's Sons Corporation, 
Manufacturers of Woolen and Cotton Machinery, Graniteville, Mass. 

Sargent, Allston, IX, 1894-9S. Glass Business, 1135 Broadway, New York, 
N.Y. 

Sargent, Andrew Robeson, A.B., 1900-01. 

Sargent, Charles Grandison, n, 1889-92. With C. G. Sargent's Sons Corpor- 
ation, Graniteville, Mass. 

Sargent,^ Charles W., 1873-74- Deceased. 

Sargent, Edward Haynes, VIII, 1904-07. Assistant Engineer, State Con- 
servation Commission, 719 State St., Albany, N.Y. 

Sargent, Ezekiel Colby, 1, 1893-96. City Engineer, City Hall, Quincy, Mass, 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 36I 

Sargent, Francis T., ll, '75. 

Sargent, Harry James, XIII, 1903-04. Assistant Engineer, Boston & Maine 
Railroad, North Station, Boston, Mass. 

Sargent, Hall, n, 1907-11. Grand Forks, No. Dak. 

Sargent, Homer E(arle), Ph.B., VI, '98. In Private Business, 47 Harvard St., 
Worcester, Mass. 

Sargent, Horace Stillman, n, 1904-08. Salesman, Revere Drop Forge Co., 
Revere, Mass. 

Sargent, Howard R(ankin), IV, 1889-92. Managing Engineer, Wiring Sup- 
plies Department, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Sargent, John W., n, 1874-76. Mechanical Engineer, Providence Engineer- 
ing Works, Providence, R.I. 

Sargent, Lucile Elaine, vil, 1902-03. 

Sargent, R(alph) N(elson), X, '06. Care of R. &. H, Chemical Co., 153 
State St., Perth Amboy, N.J. 

Sargent, R. T., 1871-72. 

Sargent, Samuel Peter, vni, X, 1902-05- Died May, 1908. 

Sargent, Sullivan A., IV, 1876-80. Vocal Teacher, 214 Boylston St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Sargent, Thomas T. M., 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. 1 72 Tremont St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Sargent, W(elland) F(airbanks), I, '75. Commissioner of Public Works, 
Municipal Building, Oak Park, 111. 

Sargent, W(illiam) D(tmham), A.B., II, 1884-85. Chairman of Board, Inter- 
national Motor Company, 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Sargent, "William Henry, v, 1888-89. Died June 18, 1902. 

Sargent, William Parker, Ph.B., VI, 1893-94. Died January, 1907. 

Sargent, Winthrop O., VI, 1875-77, 1879-80. 

Sarmento Soares, Paxilo deMoraes, 1901-02. Lawyer, Bambina St., 
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 

Saroni, Charles Albert, 1865-66. 

Sarratea, Roberto Browne, III, 1901-06. 

Saul, Tom Wynne, 1, 1906-09. With O. & S. W. Railway, Aberdeen, Wash. 

Saunders, George Fairfield, 1883-84. Invoice Clerk, with E. Frank Lewis, 
Wool Scourer, 362 Andover St., Lawrence, Mass. 

Saunders, Robert Thomson, I, '92. Died September 15, 1896. 

Saunders, Walter Mills, v, 1884-86. Analytical and Consulting Chemist, 
Saunders & Franklin, 184 Whittier Ave., Providence, R.I. 

Saunders, William Colegrove, II, 1896-99. Secretary, Title & Trust Co., 
Lewis Building, Portland, Ore. 

Sauveur, Albert, III, '89. Professor of Metallurgy and Metallography, 
Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Savage, Ariel Dean, 1895-96. 

Savage, Arthur C, '88, School of Mechanic Arts. Deceased. 

Savage, Edgar Channing, II, 'n. With American Optical Co., Southbridge, 
Mass. 

Savage, Edward M(ichael), I, '08. 3706 Grand Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 



362 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Savage, Henry, 1881-82. School of Mechanic Arts. 

Savage, S(ilas) Anthony, ll, '94. Superintendent, U.S. Light House Serv- 
ice, 19 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Savery,Riifus H(athaway), VII, 1908-09. Teacher, Elma, Wash. 

Saville, Charles, XI, '06. Of Rudolph Hering & John H. Gregory, Con- 
sulting Engineers and Sanitary Experts, 170 Broadway, New York, 
N.Y. 

Saville, George G., 1, 1877-80. 33 Saville Ave., Quincy, Mass. 

Sawin, Charles D., M.D., ix, '78. Physician, 390 Broadway, Winter Hill, 
Mass. 

Sawin, Frederic Van Beuren, ll, ix, 1901-03. 

Sawin, Luther R(obinson), v, '97. Bacteriologist-in-charge, Mt. Kisco 
Laboratory, Mt. Kisco, N.Y. 

Sawin, Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1903-04. Superintendent of Construction, 
with Casper Ranger, Holyoke, Mass. 

Sawtelle, Harry F(rancis), I, '98. With the Associated Factory Mutual 
Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Sawtelle, William Otis, A.M., VIII, '99. Engaged in Research Work, 
Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Harvard University, Cambridge, 
Mass. 

Sawyer, Albert H(aydn), IX, '94. President, Boston & Florida Atlantic 
Coast Land Co., 19 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Sawyer, Alfred H(enry), II, '88. 237 West Newton St., Boston, Mass. 

Sawyer, A(rthur)H(arold), III, '02. 304 Florence St., Houghton, Mich. 

Sawyer, Arthur W., 1868-69. 830 Marshall St., Portland, Ore. 

Sawyer, C(harles) A(drian), IX, '76. Investments, 31 State St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Sawyer, Charles Adrian, Jr., m, '02. Builder, 710 Board of Trade Build- 
ing, Boston, Mass. 

Sawyer, Charles Winthrop, IV, 1890-92. Instructor, 41 Humphreys St., 
Dorchester, Mass. 

Sawyer, Mrs. Charles W. (Warren, Mabel L(ouise)), IV, 1891-93. 41 Hum- 
phreys St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Sawyer, Frederick Jonathan, IX, 1879-81. Died November 28, 1902. 

Sawyer, Haven, II, '99. Mining Engineer, Boise, Idaho. 

Sawyer, H(orace) R(ussell), II, XIII, 1895-97. Boarding House Proprietor, 
Rye Beach, N.H. 

Sawyer, Houghton, iv, 1899-02. Architect, Shreve Building, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

Sawyer, James Cowan, A.B., 11, 1894-95. Treasurer, Phillips Academy, An- 
dover, Mass. 

Sawyer, Joseph D., 1867-68. Sound Beach, Conn. 

Sawyer, Liike Eugene, II, '10. 56 Chestnut Hill Ave., Brighton, Mass. 

Sawyer, Ralph E(dmund), IV, 1896-97. Architect, Sawyer & Watrous, 
303 Watrous Building, Des Moines, Iowa. 

Sawyer, Ralph Edon, A.B., XII, 1910-11. 516 Summer St., Portland, 
Me. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 363 

Sawyer, Ralph "Wainwright, II, 1901-02. Clerk, Bay State National Bank, 
Lawrence, Mass. 

Sax, Moritz, IV, '96. Architect, ion Fourth National Bank Building, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Sayer, Frederick Lincoln, II, '88. Died November 23, 1906. 

Saylor, Henry H(odgman), IV, 1899-01. Editor and Publisher, 31 East 
1 7th St., New York, N.Y. 

Sayward, William H(enry), Jr., M.D., VII, '94. Private Secretary, 166 
Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Sayward, William J(ames), B.S., iv, '01. Of Willcox & Sayward, Architects, 
720 Central Building, Sea:ttle, Wash. 

Scales, Freeman Montague, I, VII, 1902-03,1907-09. Bacteriologist & Chem- 
ist, Scientific Assistant, U.S. Government, Room 248, Bureau of 
Plant Industry, Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 

Scales, George Chester, I, 1885-89. 

Scales, William Edward, 1888-92. Secretary, United Building Material Co., 
30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Scanlin, Henry M., 1871-72. 

ScanneU, A(lbert) T(erence), II, '08. President, Archer Iron Works, 
34th Place and Western Ave., Chicago, 111. 

ScanneU, Francis Timothy, II, 1900-02. 535 Westford St., Lowell, Mass. 

Scaimell, Roger Francis, Jr., 1902-05. 700 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Scarflf, John Henry, iv, '10, IV, S.M., '11. Architect, 1012 Keyser Build- 
ing, Baltimore, Md. 

Scattergood, Joseph, V, 1890-91. 

Schaaf, John, 1, 1906-09. 547 E. Utica St., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Schaefer, Hans Frederick, III, 1901-02. With the Lunkenheimer Co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Schaefer, Henry Christian, I, IV, 1900-04. 655 Oak St., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Schafer, Charles Adolph, XIII, '11. 294 14th St., Portland, Ore. 

Schaflfer, Harold, III, '09. Assistant Engineer, Portneuf-Marsh Valley Ir- 
rigation Co., P.O. Box 108, McCammon, Idaho. 

Schakne, J(acob) H(ertz), B.A., VI, '09. Engineer, Bell Telephone Co., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Schaller, Frederick F(rancis), VI, '96. Engineer, Hall Signal Co., Gar- 
wood, N.J. 

Schapira, Hersu, Vlll, '04. 

Scharff, Maurice Rods, XI, '09, VII, S.M., '10. Assistant to Consulting 
Engineer, Alabama Coal Operators Association, 11 40 Brown-Marx 
Building, Birmingham, Ala. 

Schell, Frank Reamer, A.B., VI, 1906-08. Harrisburg, Pa. 

Schellens, C(hristopher) A(very), xni, '10, II, S.M., 'n. With General Elec- 
tric Co., Lynn, Mass. 

Schenck, Garret, Jr., V, 1906-07. Superintendent, Bureau of Economy, 
(Chemist), Great Northern Paper Co., Millinocket, Me. 

Scherrer, Herman A(dolph), rv, '03. Architect, 415 Indiana Trust Build- 
ing, Indianapolis, Ind. 



364 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Scheuer, Jerome, ill, 1906-09. Insurance Broker, Walter S. Bucklin & 
Co., 30 Kilby St., Room 17, Boston, Mass. 

Schiefifelin, Schuyler, VI, 1886-89. Vice-President, Schieffelin & Co., Drug 
Merchants, 170 William St., New York, N.Y. 

Schiertz, Ferdinand A(lfred), ill, '94. 58 Cedar St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Schiller, Norman Perry, 1888-89. 

Schirmer, Rens E(dward), VIII, '08. Manager, Newhouse Tunnel, Argo 
Mining, Drainage, Transportation, and Tunnel Co., Bin N, Idaho 
Springs, Colo. 

Schlabach, R(oss) P(elton), (Annapolis), XIIIA., S.M., 'OS. Naval Con- 
structor, U.S. Navy, Navy Yard, Charleston, S.C. 

Schlacks, Henry John, IV, 1888-90. Architect, 54 W. Randolph St., Chica- 
go, 111. 

Schlegelmilch, Leo "William, III, 1896-97. 33 Bellevue St., Dorchester, 
Mass. 

Schleicher, Henry M(atthias), ill, 'lo. Engineering Staff, Huff Electro- 
static Separator Co., 60 India St., Boston, Mass. 

Schlemm, Leonard Earnest, I, 1900-02. Civil Engineer, and Landscape 
Architect, 400 Lake of the Woods Building, Montreal, Quebec. 

Schlesinger, Barthold E(rnest), A.B., V, '01, V, S.M., '02. Manufactur- 
ing Chemist, Northern Industrial Chemical Co., 68 Northampton 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Schlesinger, Helen, Vll, 1895-97- 

Schlesinger, Marion McBurney VII, 1900-02. See Whiting, Mrs. Jasper. 

Schmeisser, E(rnest) G(ail), VI, '05. Engineer, Wiener Machinery Co., 
50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Schmid, Richard Gustav, IV, 1884-86. Of Huehl & Schmid, 163 Randolph 
St., Chicago, 111. 

Schmidt, Albert F., 1879-80. 

Schmidt, A(lbert) G(eorge) A(nton), II, '00. President, The National 
Equipment Company, 412-13 Monadnock Block, Chicago, 111. 

Schmidt, Caspar A(nthony), A.B., m, '03. Engineer, with the Empire Zinc 
Co., Denver, Colo., Apartado 214, Monterey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 

Schmidt, Frederic B(ecker), IV, '08. Architectural Draughtsman, Mar- 
shal & Fox, 919 First National Bank Building, Chicago, 111. 

Schmidt, Hermann C(harles), VI, '10. 501 East Grace St., Richmond, Va. 

Schmidt, H(erman) H(enry), I, 1895-98. Chief Engineer, Bureau of High- 
ways, Borough of Brooklyn, Municipal Building, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Schmidt, Louis, V, '90. Consulting Chemist, with Rheinstrom, Bettman, 
Johnson & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Schmidt, Paul S(ylvester), n, '06. Structural Engineer, 307 Columbia 
Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Schmidt, Richard E(rnest), IV, 1883-85. Architect, of Richard E. Schmidt, 
Garden & Martin, 113 Bellevue Place, Chicago, 111. 

Schmidt, Samuel Myer, VII, '11. Research Assistant, Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Schmitt, Charles August, V, 1898-99. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 365 

Schmitt, William S., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Schmitz Frank C(urtiss), I, '95. With I. T. Williams & Sons, Eleventh 
Ave. and 25th St., New York, N.Y. 

Schmucker, Robert Antome, II, 1904-05. Mining Engineer, Steptoe Valley 
Smelting and Mining Co., McGill, Nev. 

Schneider, Edwin Emil, vi, 1890-91 . 

Schneider, Ferdinand T(urton), iv, 1888-91. Architect, 1314 F St., N.W., 
Washington, D.C. 

Schneider, Franz, Jr., VII, '09, vn, S.M., '10. Instructor in Biology, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Schneidt, Frederic A., '86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Schneller, Geo(rge) O(tto), II, '00. Treasurer, The Ansonia O. and C. Co., 
Ansonia, Conn. 

Schnunnann, Harry Nestor (See Nestor-Schnurmann), ill, 1902-03. 

Schobinger, George, A.B., I, '08. Assistant Engineer, U.S. Reclamation 
Service, Yuma, Ariz. 

Schoentgen, Edward P(hillip), IV, '95. Vice-President, Groneweg & 
Schoentgen Co., Wholesale Grocers, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

Schofield, Charles Edwin, n, 1879-81. Manufacturer of Machinerv, Macon, 
Ga. 

Schofield, John Farrar, 1, 1902-03. 

Schofield, Lane, m, 1901-04. Assistant Engineer, United Thacker Coal Co., 
Williamson, W.Va. 

Schofield, Stuart James, M.A., B.Sc, XII, 1908-11. Geologist, Geological 
Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. 

Schofield, William McNair, in. '10. With U.S. Coal & Coke Co., Gary, 
W.Va. 

Scholtes, Alexander J(oseph), IV, 1902-05. Architect, 259 Park St., Dor- 
chester, Mass. 

Schonthal, Dez C(larence), II, 1901-03. With The West Virginia Rail Co., 
(Manufacturers of Steel Rails), Huntington, W.Va. 

Schreiber, Jr., Henry, XI, 1906-11. 13 Bishop St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Schriefer, H(erman) C(arson), m, 1906-09. Mining Engineer, A. Chester 
Beatty, 71 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Schriftgiesser, Carl John, 1899-00. 11 Davis St., Boston, Mass. 

Schroeder, Ernest Herman, IV, '98. Died 1900. 

Schroeter, Hugo Elmer, m, 1886-90. Died October, 1891. 

Schule, Hugo Arnold, ill, 1906-07. 410 School St., Chicago, 111. 

Schulte, Ross Russell, xm, 1902-04. 523 Girard Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Schulty, Louis G., VI, Vin, 1886-87. 

Schulze, Howard Reed, IV, 1909-10. 512 East 17th St., Oakland, Cal. 

Schumacher, W(aldron) P(age), ni, '04. Superintendent, Minas Tecolotes 

y Anexas, Santa Barbara, Chihuahua, Mexico. 
Schtirig, Otto Robert, A.B., VI, 'n. With Pawtucket Electric Co., Paw- 
tucket, R.I. 
Schuttler, Carl, n, '97. Vice-President of the Peter Schuttler Co., Manu- 
facturers of Farm Wagons, 22d and Rockwell Sts., Chicago, 111. 



366 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Schwab, Arthur John, A.B., 11,1905-06. 187 Main St., Binghamton, N.Y. 
Schwab, Emil, IV, 1871-72. Editor of Publications, John Hancock Mutual 

Life Insurance Co., 178 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Schwamb, Peter, II, '78. Retired, 33 Academy St., Arlington, Mass. 
Schwarty, John Loeser, 1887-88. 

Schwartz, Aaron, XIII, 1898-01. 44 Weld Hill St., Forest Hills, Mass. 
Schwartz, David, V, '97. Chemist, with the Southern Cotton Oil Co., 

Gretna, La. 
Schwartz, Leon, IV, 1902-04. Architect, with Parish & Shroeder, 12 31st 

St., New York, N.Y. 
Schwartz, Lewis, V, '11. 122 Chambers St., Boston, Mass. 
Schwartz, M(elvin) H(umbert), IX, '04. Salesman, with Wellington Sears 

& Co., 160 W. Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 
Schwarz, Franz H(ernian), II, '87. Mechanical Engineer and Master 

Mechanic, Worsted Department, Pacific Mills, Lawrence, Mass. 
Schwarz, Fred(eric) J(oseph), A.B., VI, '05. Electrical Engineer, with the 

General Electric Company, Schenectady, N.Y. 
Schwarz, Gertrude F(Iorence), A.B., VII, 1909-10. 106 Marion St., Brookline, 

Mass. 
Schwarz, Morris Louis, 1889-90. 
Schwarz, Theodore E(dward), III, '76. Mining Engineer, 106 Marion St., 

Brookline, Mass. 
Schweitzer, John Francis, A.B., iv, 1889-91. 
Scofield, Donald Cleveland, IV, '96. Died March 3, 1905. 
Scofield, Edward C(andee), XIII, '04. Draughtsman, with the Superin- 
tendent of Construction, U.S.N., Camden, N.J. 
Scofield, Walter W., Jr., A.B., v, '10. Food Inspector, State Laboratory of 

Hygiene of New Jersey State House, Trenton, N.J. 
Scott, Ben Embry, 1896-97. loio Louisiana St., Little Rock, Ark. 
Scott, Edward J(ames), I, 1905-07. Engaged in Manufacturing Business, 

Woburn, Mass. 
Scott, Frank Arthur, 1907-08. Holliston, Mass. 
Scott, George Walter, A.B., vi, 1905-06. 
Scott, George William, XIII, 1901-02. With Scott & Sons Co., Medford, 

Mass. 
Scott, Henry F(rancis), II, '98. Mechanical Engineer, with the Dennison 

Manufacturing Co., 71 Union Ave., South Framingham, Mass. 
Scott, James Miuray, ll, 1900-01 . 

Scott, John Russell, B.A., 11, 1901-02. With Manchester Guardian, Man- 
chester, England. 
Scott, Joseph R., 1867-70. Real Estate Business, 263 Chestnut Ave., 

Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Scott, Robert Wilson, II, '83. 1 12 North 9th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Scott, Walter, II, '01. Mechanical Engineer, with the New Lawrence 

Machine Co., P.O. Box 69, Lawrence, Mass. 
Scott, Walter O(sgood), V, '94, V, S.M., '95. Inspector of Milk, City of 

Providence, 161 Fountain St., Providence, R.I. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 367 

Scovel, J(ohn) C(ombs), Jr., II, '96. Mechanical Engineer, Refrigerating 

Department, Creamery Package Manufacturing Co., 61 West Kinzie 

St., Chicago, 111. 
Scovel, Minor, Ph.B., 1, 1878-79, 1880-81. Died March 27, 1909. 
Scoville, John H(arris), IV, 'n. P.O. Box 5, St. John, N.B. 
Scribner, Samuel Harold, I, 'n. Engineering Department, Boston & 

Maine Railroad, Boston, Mass. 
Scriven, Edward Osborne, B.S., VI, S.M., 'n. Assistant Research Engineer, 

Western Electric Co., 463 West St., New York, N.Y. 
Scudder, Gardiner Hubbard, 1888-89. Deceased. 

Scudder, He3rward, B.A., V, '98. Chemist, 38 St. Botolph St., Boston, Mass. 
Scudder, Marshall Sears, 1887-88. Merchant, 201 North ist St., North 

Yakima, Wash. 
Scudder, Oliver P(orter), XIII, '03. Engineering Department, American 

Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 
Scully, John Timothy, I, 1897-00. President of J. T. Scully Foundation 

Co., 84 First St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Seabury, B. Hammett, IV, 1877-79. Architect, 7 Besse Building, Springfield, 

Mass. 
Seabury, George T(illey), I, '02. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water 

Supply, City of New York, Valhalla, N.Y. 
Seager, Ja(me)s B(enjamin), III, 1888-90. General Manager, Seager En- 
gine Works, Lansing, Mich. 
Searle, Ephraim Frank, 1902-03. Carpenter, 44 Washington St., Lawrence, 

Mass. 
Searle, Lewen F(irth), I, '00. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water Supply, 

City of New York, Brown Station, N.Y. 
Sears, Charles M(axwell), II, 1888-92. Cotton Manufacturing, Grosvenor- 

Dale Co., P.O. Box 1384, Providence, R.L 
Sears, Francis P(hilip), A.B., ll.b., 1886-87. Vice-President and Comptroller, 

The Columbian National Life Insurance Co., 176 Federal St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Sears, George Gray, A.B., M.D., II, 1883-84. Physician, 426 Beacon St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Sears, Henry D(arrah), VI, '87. Dealer in Electrical Supplies, 131 State 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Sears, Henry K(ent), IX, '96. Teacher, 390 Hope St., Providence, R.L 
Sears, Joseph H(omer), V, '98. With the New York Wilcox Lard & Refin- 
ing Co., 27 Beaver St., New York, N.Y. 
Sears, Mortimer A(ndrews), ill, '96. Mineral Inspector, U.S. General 

Land Office, Department of the Interior, 712-14 Ernest and Cranmer 

Building, Denver, Colo. 
Sears, Stanley C(ollamore), III, '01. General Manager, Mexico Consoli- 
dated Mining & Smelting Co., Apartado No. 6, Guanacevi, Durango, 

Mexico. 
Sears, Thomas E(verett), II, '03. Fire Insurance, with E. A. Lord & Co., 

145 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 



368 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Sears, Walter H(erbert), I, '68. Civil Engineer, 220 Sandwich St., Plym- 
outh, Mass. 
Sears, Walton H(arvey), II. '02. Chief Draughtsman, with Lockwood, 

Greene & Co., 93 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 
Sears, Willard Thomas, II, 1884-86. Secretary and First Assistant, Engi- 
neering Bureau, Niles-Bement-Pond Co., 21st and Callowhill Sts., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sears, William B., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Seaton, Roy Andrew, M.S., II, 'n. Professor of Applied Mechanics and 
Hydraulics, Kansas State Agricultural College, Manhattan, Kansas. 

Seaver, Edward, Jr., II, '01. Assistant Engineer, Condenser Department, 
Westinghouse Machine Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Seaver, Henry Morse, rv, 1896-97. Architect, 136 Pomeroy Ave., Pitts- 
field, Mass. 

Seaver, Kenneth, I, '00. Chief Engineer, Harbison-Walker Refractories 
Co., Farmers Bank Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Seaver, Samuel, Xin, '06. Engineer Salesman, with the Sullivan Ma- 
chinery Co., Chicago, 111. 

Seaverns, John A., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Seavey, Herbert Thornton, 1885-87. Stoughton, Mass. ' 

Seavey, John Franklin, II, '86. Died January 15, 1906. 

Seavey, Norman E(mery), VI, '99. With J. H. Seavey, Dover, N.H. 

Sedgwick, Edward, V., II, 1880-82. Manager, Mechanical Engineering 
Expert Department, Galena Signal Oil Co., Franklin, Pa. 

Sealer, Edgar V(iguers), A.B., A.M., IV, 1888-90. Architect, Real Estate 
Trust Building, Broad and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Seeley, Arthur E., 1903-04. Banking Business, 23 Elizabeth St., Pitts- 
field, Mass. 

Seeley, Nathaniel Stevens, n, 'n. With Matheson Automobile Co., En- 
gineering Department, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Segar, Ralph LeRoy, VI, 1901-05. Of Whitall Electric Company, Engineers 
& Contractors, Westerly, R.I. 

Seidensticker, Lewis J(erome), V, '98. Chief Chemist, Warner Sugar 
Refining Co., Edgewater, N.J. 

Seiglie, Nestor M(anuel), A.B., I, '06. Ciego de Avila, Cuba. 

Selfridge, George S(hepley), (Annapolis), vi, 1886-89. Lawyer, Coolidge 
& Hight, 50 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Selfridge, Russell, IX, '92. Architect, 103 E. 29th St., New York, N.Y. 

Sellew, F(rancis) L(eo), III, 1903-04. Assistant Engineer, with the Harbor 
and Land Commissioners of Massachusetts, State House, Boston, Mass. 

Sellew, W(illia)m H(aniilton), II, '97. Principal Assistant Engineer, 
Michigan Central Railroad, Detroit, Mich. 

Senger, Richard W(arren), in, '05. Assistant Superintendent, with the 
Amercan Smelting & Refining Co., Monterey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 

Sephton, Cecilia Hilda, VII, 1900-01. 91 Regent St., Boston, Mass. 

Serra, J(ulius) Herschel, I, '09. With North & Phelps, Sanitary En- 
gineers, 30 Church St., New York, N.Y. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 369 

Session, Williain Alexander, 1875-76. 

Setz, Carl Frederick, V, 1898-01. Bonne Terre, Mo. 

Sever, George F(rancis), M.Sc, VI, 1884-87. Consulting Electrical Engineer, 

13 Park Row, New York, N.Y. 
Severance, Herbert Allen, iv, 1893-94. 
Severy, Frank J(oseph), A.B., I, '04. Transitman, with the Boston & 

Albany Railroad, South Station, Boston, Mass. 
Sewell, Henry Rollo, n, 1905-07. Sales Engineer, Allis Chalmers Co., 

801 Wilson Building, Dallas, Texas. 
Sexton, Frederic H(enry), ill, '01. Director of Technical Education for 

Province of Nova Scotia and Principal of Nova Scotia Technical 

College, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 
Sexton, Mrs. Frederic H. (Best, Edna May), V, '02. 5 Jubilee Road, Hali- 
fax, Nova Scotia. 
Sexton "Walter Howard, x, 1899-00. 

Seyffert, Federico Ramon, 1889-90. Yoqulvo, Chihuahua, Mexico. 
Seymour, Allan, in, 1902-06. 
Seyms, G(eorg)e B(each), n, '03. Engineer, with the Pennsylvania Gas 

Coal Co., 222 South 3d St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Seyms, Robert "W(yndham), n, '06. 181 Collins St., Hartford, Conn. 
Shaffer, Guy F(iske), IV, '10. Draughtsman, with Cass Gilbert, Archi- 
tect, II East 24th St., New York, N.Y. 
Shailer, Robert A(mes), I, '73. Consulting Engineer, loi Tremont St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Shalling, Henry Waldo, B.E., VI, 1904-08. Illuminating Engineer, with 

Holophane Co., Newark, Ohio. 
Shankland, Edith Gwendoline, 1888-91. See Keene, Mrs. Thomas M. 
Shannon, Nathaniel Vaughn, MD., 1881-82. Physician, 891 Massachusetts 

Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 
Shapira, Samuel, m, '10. Mining Engineer, with Witherbee, Sherman 

& Co., Incorporated, Mineville, N.Y. 
Shapleigh, Charles H(enry), I, '08. Engineer, with A. B. Merrill & Bro., 

Manufacturers of Yellow Pine, Jackson, Miss. 
Shapley, Harry T(ilton), X, '00. In Sugar Business, Porto Rico. Address 

34 Garrison Road, Brookline, Mass. 
Sharer, Carl Wadsworth, X, 1893-94. Telephone Engineering, Keystone 

Telephone Co., 135 South 2d St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sharkey, Arthur Edmund, VI, 1907-09. iii Trowbridge St., Cambridge, 

Mass, 
Sharman, Frank "W(eller), IV, '09. Draughtsman, with Olmsted Brothers, 

Landscape Architects, Brookline, Mass. 
Sharp, B(enjamin) Karl, XIII, '07. Naval Architect, with Morgan Barney, 

Naval Architect, 2} Broadway, New York, N.Y. 
Sharp, Fred Eldredge, 1891-92. Town Clerk, Water Commissioner, Town 

of Whitman, Mass. 
Sharp, Harold, II, 'lo. With Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation, 

333 Forsyth Building, Fresno, Cal. 

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370 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Sharp, H(erbert) H(eiiry), 1880-81. President, Buckeye Engine Co., 
Salem, Ohio. 

Sharpe, Thomas McKnight, rv, 1891-92. 

Shattuck, A(rthur) Forrest, v, '91. Chief Chemist, The Solvay Process 
Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Shattuck, George Cutler, IV, 1885-88. Architect, 122 Ames Building, 
Boston, Mass. 

Shaw, Albion W(alker), VI, '98. Electrical Engineer, with Stone & Web- 
ster, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Shaw, Alfred Victor, IV, 1892-96. Mine Superintendent, Auburn Consoli- 
dated Gold Mining Co., Silverton and Durango, Colo. 

Shaw, Arthur L(assell), I, '09. Engineer, Barrows and Breed, 6 Beacon 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Shaw, Brackley Azel, III, XII, 1896-98, 1900-02. Mushroom Grower, Riche- 
lieu Village, Quebec, Canada. 

Shaw, Carroll H(arper), VI, '10. Illuminating Engineer, Engineering De- 
partment, National Electric Lamp Association, 441 1 Hough Ave., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Shaw, Chester R(oy), VI, '05. Teacher, 11 Grant Ave., Campello Post 
Office, Brockton, Mass. 

Shaw, Edmund, VI, 1888-90. Mill & Cyanide Engineer, with J. W. Knif- 
fen, 709 Brown St., El Paso, Texas. 

Shaw, Edward Hagan, M.E., 1887-88. Salesman, with Berger Manufactur- 
ing Co., 1120 Mission St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Shaw, Edw(ar)d S(argeant), I, '74- Consulting Engineer, 12 Pearl St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Shaw, George Herbert, X, XI, 1900-04. Civil Engineer, Designing Divi- 
sion, Board of Water Supply, City of New York, 169 Broadway, New 
York, N.Y. 

Shaw, George R., A.B., rv, 1869-70. 9 Park St., Boston, Mass. 

Shaw, Harold Francis, II, 'n. 42 Orchard St., Leominster, Mass. 

Shaw, HoUis Hunnewell, A.B., I, 1900-01. 

Shaw, H(oward) P(ayne), I, '06. Buckfield, Me. 

Shaw, Howard VanDoren, B.A., IV, 1890-91. Architect, Howard Shaw, 35 
South State St., Chicago, 111. 

Shaw, John W(hitman), m, '04. Mine Manager, Casey Cobalt Mining 
Co., Cobalt, Ontario. 

Shaw, Joseph Henry, 11, 1907-09. Plymouth, Mass. 

Shaw, Lawrence Copeland, v, 'n. Assistant City Chemist, City Hall, 
Brockton, Mass, 

Shaw, Robert Gould, Jr., A.B., vi, 1900-01. Wellesley, Mass. 

Shaw, Susan Welles, VII, 1900-02. "The Pines," Wellesley, Mass. 

Shaw, Thomas, VI, '05. With the Engineering Department, American 
Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 

Shaw, Walter K(eith), II, '88. With E. A. Shaw & Co., Cotton Merchants, 
50 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Shea, John WilUam, VI, 1905-06. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 37 1 

Sheafe, C(alvin) Richards, II, '04. Engineer for H. R. Heinicke, Incorpo- 
rated, New Comerstown, Ohio. 

Sheafe, Harry J(ones), ill, 1891-95. Mining Engineer, iii Fifth Ave., 
New York, N.Y. 

Sheafe, James S(niith) A.B., B.S., II, '03. Engineer of Tests, Illinois Cen- 
tral Railroad, Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroad, Indianapolis 
Southern Railroad, 1526 East 6ist. St., Chicago, 111. 

Sheak, Edwin R(uthven), IX, 1895-97. With Thomas G. Plant Co., Shoe 
Manufacturers, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Shed, Nathaniel Walter, v, '81. Died May 3, 191 2. 

Shedd, Albert R(ix), II, '98. General Bridge Inspector, Chicago & Northern 
Railway, 226 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Shedd, Charles Levi, I, 1899-02. Structural Engineer, with Peabody & 
Stearns, Exchange Building, Boston, Mass. 

Shedd, James A., 1868-69. 

Shedd, Ray Elmer, I, '07. Draughtsman, with the Massachusetts High- 
way Commission, 15 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Shedd, Robert Swan, iv, 1888-90. 

Sheehan, J(ohn) J(oseph), Vl, 1906-07. Manager, Educational Supply 
Co., 15 Court Square, Boston, Mass. 

Sheldon, George Ware, B.S., VI, 1908-10. With Westinghouse Electric & 
Manufacturing Co., 6039 Hoeveler St., East End, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Sheldon, Janet Reid, 1887-88. See Stillings, Mrs. 

Sheldon, Mrs. George (Arms, Jennie M.), V, VII, 1877-79. Author, Deer- 
field, Mass. 

Sheldon, Samuel Bertram, v, 1885-89. 

Sheldon, W(illiam) A(dams), ill, '06. Engineer, American Smelting & 
Refining Co., Minas Tecolotes y Anexas, Santa Barbara, Chihuahua, 
Mexico. 

Shen, Heenan T(inching), XIII, '09. With Commission of Foreign Affairs, 
Canton, China. 

Shenstone, Osborne Harris, I, 'n. City of Vancouver, British Columbia. 

Shepard, Arthur Bishop, 1891-92. 

Shepard, Benjamin Halstead, IV, 1892-96. 72 Harrison St., E. Orange, N.J. 

Shepard, Edward V(alentine), I, '89. Manufacturer of Flavorings, 67 
West Houston St., New York, N.Y. 

Shepard, Francis Henry, VI, 1893-94- Special Representative, Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Co., 165 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Shepard, Frank E(dward), II, '87. President and Mechanical Engineer, 
Denver Engineering Works, 30th and Blake Sts., Denver, Colo. 

Shepard, George F(rederick), Jr., IV, '96. Of Derby, Robinson & Shepard, 
Architects, 20 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Shepard, Horace B., 1871-72. Lumber Merchant, 70 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 

Shepard, Horace Bartol, 1883-84. Marblehead, Mass. 

Shepard, Ralph Lunt, IV, 1897-99. Marine Barracks, Annapolis, Md. 

Shepard, Walter, A.B., I, '72. Consulting Engineer, Boston & Albany 
Railroad, 370 South Station, Boston, Mass. 



372 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Shepard, William E(dwin), VI, '86. 

Shepardson, Harold S., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Shepherd, Frank C(ummings), XI, '92. Construction Superintendent, Bos- 
ton & Maine Railroad, Boston, Mass. 

Shepherd, John Alexander, m, 1902-03. Civil Engineer, Board of Water 
Supply, City of New York, Shaft 20, Delancey and Eldredge Sts., 
New York, N.Y. 

Shepherd, William Alexander, B.S., vi, 'n. Pultneyville, N.Y. 

Shepley, George Foster, iv, 1880-81. Died July, 1903. 

Sheppard, Clara Eames, vn, 1892-93. 

Sheppard, Robert K(imball), x, '95. With Diamond Rubber Co., Akron, 
Ohio. 

Sheridan, Henry (Hunter) K(imball), 1894-95. Assistant Manager, The 
White Co., New York Branch, Broadway and 62d St., New York, N.Y. 

Sheridan, James J., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Sheridan, R(ichard) (George) B(insley), Xin, '95. General Manager, The 
Brown Hoisting Machinery Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Sherlock, John C, 1871^3. Insurance Agent, Fourth National Bank Build- 
ing, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Sherlock, Jonathan G(eorge), Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1903-04. Chauf- 
feur, Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan, Mass. 

Sherlock, Robert Emmet, iv, 1901-03. 

Sherman, Adelaide, V, '90. See Blackmer, Mrs. Edward S. 

Sherman, A(ndrew) B(artlett), Jr., VI, '06. With the D. M. Dillon Steam 
Boiler Works, Fitchburg, Mass. 

Sherman, Arthur L(ouis), I, '06. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water Sup- 
ply, City of New York, Elmsford, N.Y. 

Sherman, Charles E(dwin), IV, '00. President, R. A. Sherman's Sons Co., 
139 Main St., Westerly, R.I. 

Sherman, Charles W(inslow), M.C.E., I, '90. Principal Assistant Engineer, 
Metcalf and Eddy, Consulting Engineers, 14 Beacon St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Sherman, Clifford Gould, IV, 1906-07. 208 Indiana Ave., Providence, R.I. 

Sherman, Edward C(layton) I, '98. Civil Engineer, 6 Beacon St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Sherman, Edward F., '89, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Sherman, Frank A(mold), m, '03. Secretary and Treasurer, R. A. Sher- 
man's Sons Co., 139 Main St., Westerly, R.I. 

Sherman, Frank Benedict, 1891-92. President, F. B. Sherman & Co., 
Dealers in Municipal and Corporation Bonds, also Irrigation Investi- 
gations and Reports, 205 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. 

Sherman, F. C, 1864-65. 

Sherman, Frank Irving, 1874-^5. Engineer and Insurance Business, 25 
Pleasant St., Mansfield, Mass. 

Sherman, Frederic Lyman, 1, 1898-00. Died November, 1900. 

Sherman, George Barrows, 1885-86. Manager, The Architectural Record 
Co., 504 Bessemer Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 373 

Sherman Geo(rge) ■W(ilmarth), X, '94. Chemical Engineer, Diamond 

Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. 
Sherman, Henry A(rthur), III, '97. With the Sewer Department, City of 

Boston, 30 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 
Sherman, Henry L(ancey), I, '10. 505 Lockhaven St., Pasadena, Cal. 
Sherman, Henry Stoddard, A.B., IV, 1902-04. 933 Prospect St., Cleveland, 

Ohio. 
Sherman, Herbert L(eslie), V, '02. Industrial and Engineering Chemist, 

12 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 
Sherman, John C(arleton), VI, '95. Vice-President, Compressed Fibre Co., 

Manufacturers of Insulating Materials, 6 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Sherman, Lampson Parker, Jr., VI, 1890-91. 1052 26th St., Des Moines, la. 
Sherman, L(eRoy) K(empton), I, '92. Assistant Chief Engineer, Sani- 
tary District of Chicago, 1500 American Trust Building, Chicago, 111. 
Sherman, M(ax) C(hristopher), II, '10. With the Babcockand Wilcox Co., 

Bayonne, N.J. 
Sherrill, Harold Walter, ill, 1900-or. Manager in Poughkeepsie, for Post 

& Flagg of New York Stock Exchange, 35 Market St., Poughkeepsie, 

N.Y. 
Sherrill, Miles S(tandish), Ph.D., v, '99. Assistant Professor of Theoretical 

Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Shethar, Prentice, 1887-88. 
Shields, Frank B(rown), V, '07. Vice-President and Manager, National 

Process Co., 739 Newton Claypool Building, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Shillaber, Charles Patten, 1872-73. Died July, 191 1. 
Shillaber, Charles Patten, III, 1905-07- 61 Court St., Boston, Mass. 
Shillaber, Katherine Brewer, iv, 1899-00. 
Shingler, G(eorge) P(inckney), Jr., B.Sc, v, '06. Professor of Chemistry, 

Emory College, Oxford, Ga. 
Shinn, George Mills, 1882-83. Died August 7, 1891. 
Shipman, LeRoy H(olton), B.S., X, '06. First Assistant Chemist, and 

Head of Bleaching Department, Burgess Sulphite Fibre Co., Berlin, 

N.H. 
Shipman, Pelham Williams, 1882-84. 
Shippee, Allen E(dward), X, '10. Baton Rouge Electric Co., Box 301, 

Baton Rouge, La. 
Shivers, Clifford H(opkins), iv, '01. Architect, 12 11 Arch St., Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
Shockley, William H(illman), ill, '75. Mining Engineer, National Safe 

Deposit, I Queen Victoria St., London, E.C., England. 
Shohan, Abraham, VI, 'n. 35 Devon St., Roxbury, Mass. 
Shohl, Richard Simon, X, 1900-01. 714 So. Crescent Ave., Avondale, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
Shook, James Warner, ill, 1894-96. General Manager, Central Iron Co., 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
Shope, Henry B(rengle), IV, 1880-81. Architect, 28 East 21st St., New 

York, N.Y. 



374 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Shores, Herbert Leighton, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1900-01. With Acme 

Real Estate Co., 212 McNeece Building, San Diego, Cal. 
Shorey, Bina May, 1904-05. 
Shorey, Sarah Annie, VII, 1892-93. Teacher, Girls' High School, Boston, 

Mass. 
Shortall, John L., IV, 1883-86. Lawyer, Shortall & Murison, 69 West 

Washington St., Chicago, 111. 
Shove, Charles M., 1870-72. Cotton Manufacturer, Granite Mills, 410 

Highland Ave., Fall River, Mass. 
Shove, Edward, II, 1882-84. Deceased. 
Shove, Isabel, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1896-97. 
ShiUze, George E., 1890-91. 
Shxunaker, Louis WCilliam), VI, '00. Superintendent of Traffic, Telepost 

Co., 135 East 1 6th St., New York, N.Y. 
Shuman, Edwin A(rthur), 1882-83. Merchant, Summer and Washington 

Sts., Boston, Mass. 
Shuman, J(esse) W(yman), VI, '97. Secretary and Treasurer, Power 

Engineering Co., 512 Corn Exchange Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Shuman, "Waldo Irving, 1902-03. 

Shurrocks, Alfred Francis, rv, 1892-93- 34 Wilcox Building, Providence, R. I. 
Shurtleff, Arthur A(sahel), n, '94. Landscape Architect, 89 State St., 

Boston, Mass. 
ShurtleflF, Mrs. Arthur A. (Nichols, Margaret Homer), vil, 1898-00, 1901-02. 

7 West Cedar St., Boston, Mass. 
Shurtleflf, Arthur "Webster, vn, 1889-91. Died November 23, 1895. 
Shurtleff, Eugene, M.D., 1884-85. Physician, 517 Shawmut Ave., Boston, 

Mass. 
Shiutleff, Ralph, II, 1902-04. Builder, 1274 Broadway, W. Somerville, Mass. 
Shute, George P(ercival), X, '01. Sanitary Engineer, with The New 

York Continental Jewell Filtration Co., Jersey City, N.J. 
Shute, Henry D(amon), VI, '92. Acting Vice-President, Westinghouse 

Electric & Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Sias, Frank S(olon) "V(ail), XI, 1891-93. Sales Manager, with C. S. Knowles, 

Electrical Goods, 7 Arch St., Boston, Mass. 
Sibbett, George Ewing, II, 1901-03. Hammonton, Cal. 
Sibley, E(dward) W(arren), II, '99. General Manager, Time Saver Com- 
pany, 234 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Sichel, Maurice, 1890-91. 
Sickman, James Francis, I, 1895-97. W'ith J. H. Wallace & Co. Ltd., 

Salisbury House, London, E.C., England. 
Siebert, "Victor E(lmer), IV, 1906-09. Architect, of McLaughlin & Siebert, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 
Siebert, Mrs. "W. H. (Sabine, Annie "Ware), vm, '88. 40 Shepard St., 

Cambridge, Mass. 
Siebrecht, Henry Benjamin, VI, 1902-04. Floriculturist, 335 Broadway. 

Astoria, L.L,New York. 
Sik, Yau Foke, 1880-81. Died 1895. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 375 

Silbennan, Samuel Thomas, I, 1905-06. 817 Hollis St., Baltimore, Md. 

Silliman, Benjamin, Jr., A.B., iv, 1870-71. 

Silsbee, Francis B(riggs), VI, '10, VI, S.M., 'n. Assistant, Bureau of Stand- 
ards, Washington, D.C. 

Silsbee, Francis H(enry), II, '74. Superintendent, Cotton Department, 
Upper Pacific Mills, Lawrence, Mass. 

Silsbee, Joseph L., A.B., IV, 1869-70. 25 No. Dearborn St., Room 813, 
Chicago, 111. 

Silsbee, Walter E(verett), I, II. 1884-87. Civil Engineer, H. S. Adams, 
109 Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 

Silverberg, David, vi, 1884-87. 

Silverman, Abraham Jacob J III, 1901-03. 36 Paris St., E. Boston, Mass. 

Silverman, Mortimer, VI, '00. Electrical Engineer, with the Fort Dodge, 
Des Moines & Southern Railroad Co., Boone, la. 

Simm, Roy, II, 1905-09. 580 Trapelo Road, Waverly, Mass. 

Simmers, Clayton M(iller), (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '05. Assistant Naval 
Constructor, U.S.N., New York Shipbuilding Co., Camden, N.J. 

Simmons, Alfred L(eslie), I, '95. Civil Engineer, New York State Depart- 
ment of Highways, Albany, N.Y. 

Simmons, Charles P., 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Simmons, Frank Ronald, A.B., IV, 1907-10. 65 Providence, R.L 

Simmons, Herman R(oswell), II, 1900-04. Mechanical Engineer, Lorraine 
Manufacturing Co., Pawtucket, R.I. 

Simmons, John Edgar, x, 1902-05. Superintendent, Flash Chemical Co., 
9 Fulton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Simmons, John Edward, B.A., xili, 1902-03. 

Simmons, M. R., 1876-77. 

Simon, Jay Bear, B.S., ill, 1900-02. Merchant, Monmouth, 111. 

Simon, Loxiis A(dolphe), IV, 1887-89. Architect and Chief of Draughting 
Division, Supervising Architect's Office, Treasury Department, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

Simonds, Clark David, IX, 1902-04. With Everett & Simonds, Inc., 
Brokers, 416 Board of Trade Building, Portland, Ore. 

Simonds, Fred "Washburn, I, 1902-05. In Private Engineering Practice, 
Wilsey Building, Ridgewood, N.J. 

Simonds, Frederic Nathan, 1887-88. 

Simonds, Frederic P(ond),rv, '94. Architect, 7 Water St., Boston, Mass. 

Sunonds, Henry, 1870-72. Wood Dealer, 185 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 

Simonds, Roland E(merson), II, '01. Inspector, with the Associated 
Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Simonds, Warren James, I, 'n. 52 Shawmut Ave., Marlboro, Mass. 

Simons, John Keith, 1905-06. Clerk, Wells Bros. Company, Greenfield, 
Mass. 

Simons, Russell B(issell), XIll, '05. Died February 7, 191 1. 

Simpson, C(harles) A(sbury), v, 1871-74- Chemist, 231 Dudley St., Boston, 
Mass. 



376 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Simpson, Charles Lyon, I, 1885-87. 610 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, 
Kansas. 

Simpson, Edmimd T(homas), V, '90. Of Simpson & Rowland, Wholesale 
Grocers, Lowell, Mass. 

Simpson, George Percy, 1885-86. 

Simpson, Guy C(arleton), I, '06. Of G. C. Simpson Co., Contracting Engi- 
neers, 349 Moore Building, San Antonio, Texas. 

Simpson, Horace G(ardner), IV, '03, IV, S.M., '04. Designer, care of Guy 
Lowell, Architect, Carter Building, 12 West St., Boston, Mass. 

Simpson, James E(lisha), ill. >86. With J. P. Simpson & Co., 343 Essex 
St., Lawrence, Mass. 

Simpson, Robert C(offin), xni, '00. Draughtsman, with Newport News 
Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co., Newport News, Va. 

Simpson, "Walter Henry, xni, 1898-00. 175 Trenton St., E. Boston, 
Mass. 

Simpson, Willard E(astman), I, '05. President, Aiken Cement House Co., 
of Texas, Contracting Engineers, 322 Moore Building, San Antonio, 
Texas. 

Sinclair, Joseph H(enry), A.B., l, xi, 1904-05. Mining Engineer, New York 
& Honduras Rosario Mining Co., 42 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Simiicks, George Albert, I, 1907-08. Mason Builder, Manchester, Mass. 

Sirret, James, v, 1879-82. 

Sise, Lyman, 1881-83, School of Mechanic Arts. West Medford, Mass. 

Sissa, Ugo, VI, 1905-07. 

Sisson, Charles H(aniilton), A.B., in, '02. Eden Flats, Grand Ave., Wal- 
nut Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Sites, Frederick R(obert), l, '99. With Carnegie Steel Co., Homestead 
Works, 325 C St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Sittinger, Carl Joseph, vi, 'n. Engineer, with John A. Stevens, 107 Mer- 
rimack St., Lowell, Mass. 

Sjostrom, (Hans) W(aldemar) L(uther), vi, 1892-93. Superintendent, 
Lawrence Dye Works Co., Lawrence, Mass. 

Sjostrom, Ivar L(udwig), I, '88. Vice-President, United States Worsted 
Co., Lawrence, Mass. 

Skassirsky, John, 1, 1905-06. 

Skene, Norman L(ocke), XIII, '01. Naval Architect, Bedford, Mass. 

SkilUngs, Arthur Earle, XIII, 1904-06. Clerk, National Shawmut Bank, 
40 Water Street, Boston, Mass. 

Skinner, Charles J(emegan), I, '98. Resident Engineer, Wichita Union 
Terminal Railway Co., 209 East 9th St., Wichita, Kans. 

Skinner, Fenwick F(enton), I. '93. With Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & 
Co., Incorporated, 10 Bridge St., New York, N.Y. 

Skinner, Francis, rv, 1872-73. Deceased. 

Skinner, Frank C, 1873-74. Examiner-in-Chief, U.S. Patent Office, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

Skinner, H(ervey) J(udson), V, '99. Vice-President, Arthur D. Little, 
Incorporated, 93 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 377 

Skinner, Theodore H(obart), 1887-88, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., rv, '92. 

Architect, Oneida, N.Y. 
Skowronski, Stanislaus, V, '04. With C. L. Constant Co., 42 New St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Slack, Edgar P(ercival), VI, '08. Assistant in Electrical Engineering. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Slade, Abbott E., I, 1871-74. Treasurer, Laurel Lake Mills, Fall River, 

Mass. 
Slade, Conrad Hensler, A.B., IV, 1894-95- Care of Perier & Cie., rue de 

Provence 59, Paris, France. 
Slade, James Henry, Jr., II, 1888-90. Secretary of Index Bureau, 88 Broad 

St., Boston, Mass. 
Slade, Walter Clifton, Ph.B., M.S., X, 1908-11. Research Chemist, General 

Electric Co., Pittsfield, Mass. 
Slater, Duane Smith, I, 1905-06. Tyringham, Mass. 
Slater, H(oward) C(olfax), II, '90. With E. I. duPont de Nemours Powder 

Co., Wilmington, Del. 
Slavens, John Heber, in, 1893-97- Died July 29, 1904. 
Sleeper, Dwight William, VI, 1905-06. Fire Engineer, Underwriters' 

Bureau of New England, 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Sloan, Alfred P(ritchard), Jr., VI, '9s- Works Manager, Hyatt Roller 

Bearing Co., Harrison, N.J. 
Sloan, William J., 1886-87. Abstract Clerk, City Treasurer's Office, Syra- 
cuse, N.Y. 
Sloane, JohnD., 1872-73- 

Slocimi, Arthur Gaylord, Jr., A. B., VI, 1901-03. Advertising Manager, Com- 
monwealth Power Co. Properties, Jackson, Mich. 
Slocum, William Whitaker, IV, 1895-98- 
Sloss, Alexander C(offee), Jr., VI, '08. With National City Bank, Evan- 

ston, 111. 
Small, Alberto William, A.B., v, 1901-02. 
Small, Gilbert, II, '07. With J. R. Worcester & Co., 79 Milk St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Small, Harry Alonzo Campbell, XIII, 1900-05. 115 Collings Ave., Collings- 

wood, N.J. 
Small, John Sanford, III, 1894-95. Commercial Club, Duluth, Minn. 
Small, Nathaniel Cogswell, V, '80. Died July 14, 1880. 
Small, Walter Blaisdell, B.S., V, 1905-06. 42 Adelphi Ave., Providence. R.I. 
Smaller, Carlos J., 1867-68. 
Smalley, Frank N(ewell), v, '96. Chief Chemist, Southern Cotton Oil Co., 

Savannah, Ga. 
Smart, Charles E(dwin), II, '05- Mechanical Engineer, with the A- J- 

Smart Manufacturing Co., Manufacturers of Screw Cutting Tools, 

Greenfield, Mass. 
Smart, W(illia)m F(uller), IV, '05. 332 Main St., Lewiston, Me. 
Smead, Ralph A(mdsen), B.S., I, '10. Junior Engineer, with U.S. Geologi- 
cal Survey, Camp 21, Lincoln, N.H. 



378 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Smeaton, D(ouglas) W(ilson), I, 1905-06. Transitman, Fore River Ship- 
building Co., Quincy, Mass. 
Smetters, Samuel T(upper), Ph.B., I, '96. Assistant Bridge Engineer, Sani- 
tary District of Chicago, Room 1500, 76 W. Monroe St., Chicago, 111. 
Smith, Albert Charles, v, 1894-95- 
Smith, Albert H(owell), xm, '05. Superintendent, Welch Grape Juice Co., 

Westfield, N.Y. 
Smith, Albert L(oomis), v, '05. With the General Electric Co., Harrison, 

N.J. 
Smith, Alfred Dennett, III, 1901-03. 
Smith, A(rthur) Blakeley, IX, '93. Wool Merchant, Albert W. Smith & 

Co., 49 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 
Smith, Arthur C(arlton), V, '92. Waltham, Mass. 
Smith, A(rthur) D(itson), V, '04. Superintendent, The Canfield Oil Co., 

Coraopolis, Pa. 
Smith, Bowen Bancroft, 1889-90. Architect, Smith & Cromwell, 104 West 

42d St., New York, N.Y. 
Smith, C(harles) A(lfred), I, '99. Superintendent of Railways, Georgia 

Railway & Electric Company, Atlanta, Ga. 
Smith, Cha(rle)s A(lfred), III, '02. Assistant Manager, Moctezuma Cop- 
per Co., Nacozari de Garcia, Sonora, Mexico. 
Smith, Charles Augustus, I, '68. Died February 4, 1884. 
Smith, Charles Doyle, II, 1892-93. Died December 11, 1893. 
Smith, Charles E(dward), I, '00. Bridge Engineer, Missouri Pacific 

Railway, 808 Missouri Pacific Building, St. Louis, Mo. 
Smith, Charles Franklin, XI, 1893-98. 
Smith, Charles H(enry), n, '98. Engineer, with the Associated Factory 

Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Smith, C(harles) Huntington, B.L., I, '05. Division Engineer, New York, 

Chicago & St. Louis Railroad, Broadway Passenger Station, Cleveland, 

Ohio. 
Smith, Charles John, VI, 1899-02. 49 Burroughs St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Smith, Charles McLean, A.B., VI, 1908-10. Electrical Engineer, General 

Electric Co., Hartford, Conn. 
Smith, Charles P(orter), II, '87. Electrician, Worsted Department, Pacific 

Mills, Lawrence, Mass. 
Smith, Clarence Warren, 1889-90. 
Smith, Clarence W(right), A.B., v, '88. Steam Engineer, with Sidney Smith, 

120 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Smith, Converse, I, 1901-05. Assistant Engineer, Real Estate Department, 

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, New Haven, Conn. 
Smith, Daniel A(rthiu-), Jr., VI, '03. Student of Medicine, University of 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Smith, Daniel Joseph, V, 1907-11. Chemist's Assistant, American Sugar 

Refining Co., Granite St., So. Boston, Mass. 
Smith, Davis B., 1886-87, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Smith, Delavan, 1882-83. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 379 

Smith, Earl McCoUoch, 1905-06. 

Smith, Edgar F(ield), A.B., I, '04. Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, 

Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Smith, Edward C(hurch), B.A., V, '05. Superintendent, Canadian National 

Carbon Co., Limited, 99 Paton Road, Toronto, Ontario. 
Smith, Edw(ard) F(rancis), II, 1892-94. Treasurer, Greenfield Machine Co., 

8 James St., Greenfield, Mass. 
Smith, Edward M (orris), II, '88. Assistant Engineer, Boston & Maine 

Railroad, North Hampton, N.H. 
Smith, Edward N., 1870-71. 
Smith, Edward R(ichard), I, '08. With D. C. & W. B. Jackson, Consuhing 

Engineers, 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Smith, Edwin C(larence), II, 1887-91. Manager, Mossberg Wrench Co., and 

Wardwell Braiding Machine Co., P.O. Box 176, Central Falls, R.L 
Smith, Edwin Lawrence, VI, 1902-05. Johnson Service Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Smith, Ellen E., 1881-82. Deceased. 
Smith, Ernest M(axwell), II, '06. Engineering and Construction, 400 

Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. 
Smith, Eugene Gregory, 1, 1903-05. 
Smith, Francis Fay Hill, li, 1899-02. 

Smith, Francis Seward, IV, 1906-07. 67 No. Ash St., Brockton, Mass. 
Smith, Frank Arthur, II, 1897-02. Draughtsman, 109 Beach St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Smith, Frank Griswold, II, 'n . Assistant Metallurgist, American Brass Co., 

721 Bank St., Waterbury, Conn. 
Smith, Frank L. (Science and Literature), 1875-77. 220 Marlborough St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Smith, Frank Lindley, IV, 1890-91. 
Smith, Frank Patterson, IV, 1889-91. Of Warren & Smith, Architects, 67 

Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Smith, Frank Warren, A.B., v, 1887-89. 
Smith, F(red) Haskell, X, '96. With Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Co., 

29 Hampshire St., Cambridge, Mass. 
Smith, Frederic Leland, I, 1880-83. Died June, 1893. 
Smith, Frederic W., 1886-87. 
Smith, Frederick D(exter), I, '93. Division Engineer, Metropolitan 

Water and Sewerage Commission, i Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 
Smith, Frederick W(illiamson),B.A., I, '01. Construction Engineer, Cleve- 
land, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Smith, George A(lbert), 1879. School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., V, '83. Treasurer, 

Thomas Strahan Co., Wall Paper Manufacturers, Chelsea, Mass. 
Smith, Geo(rge) Benton, B.A., 1889-90. Clergyman, Darien, Conn. 
Smith, George Lawrence, A.B., IV, 1895-97. Architect, 20 Central St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Smith, Gilbert H., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Smith, Godfrey Lewis, Xin, 1894-97. Civil Engineer, Newport News 

Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co., Newport News,, Va. 



380 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Smith, Granville, xm, 1894-96. 

Smith, Guy Osmond, VI, 1902-03. 76 Boyd St., W. Newton, Mass. 

Smith, Harold Alfred, II, 'n. With x^moskeag Manufacturing Co., Man- 
chester, N.H. 

Smith, Harold Crocker, 1902-03. 

Smith, Harrison Albert, l.b., ni. 1910-11. Prospecting and Mining, North- 
ern Ontario, Canada. Care of W. E. Smith, Box 144, Sudbury, 
Ontario, Canada. 

Smith, Harrison W(illard), A.B., ll, '97. Associate Professor of Electrical 
Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Smith, Harry Austin, 1896-97. 

Smith, H(arry) D(avid), II, 1885-87. Photographic Publisher, The H. D. 
Smith Photograph Co., Denver, Colo. 

Smith, H(arry) E(rnest), V, '87. Chemist and Engineer of Tests, Lake Shore 
& Michigan Southern Railway, CoUinwood, Ohio. 

Smith, Harry HUliard, IV, 1893-94. Deceased. 

Smith , Henry , 1 889-90 . 

Smith, Herbert Bowen, n, 1899-00. 

Smith, Herbert Edwards, IV, '96, IV, S.M., '97. Vice-President, Walworth- 
English-Flett Co., 100 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 

Smith, Herbert Elmer, VI, 1891-95. Civil Engineer, Board of Water Supply, 
165 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Smith, Herbert Lincoln, 1895-96. 

Smith, Herbert M., 1867-69. Died May, 1874. 

Smith, Horace Millikin, II, 1898-04. Terre Haute, Ind. 

Smith, Horace T(ilden), v, '98. Chemist, with the Farist Steel Co., 137 
East Main St., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Smith, Howard E(verett), XI, '96. Resident Engineer, New York State 
Department of Highways, Grififin Building, Syracuse, N.Y. 

Smith, Irwin Zebina, 1, 1882-84. 

Smith, J. Angelina, 1896-97. 

Smith, James Henry Andrews, 1894-95. Merchant, P.O. Box 841, San 
Juan, Porto Rico. 

Smith, James Milne, Jr., ix, 1882-86. 

Smith, J(ames) "Wilfred, xni. '97. Manager, The Trenton Iron Co., Tren- 
ton, N.J. 

Smith, J(ames) Woodberry, l, '02. Inspector, Underwriters' Bureau of 
New England, 93 Water St., Boston, Mass. 

Smith, J(ohn) Monroe, I, '03. City Engineer, City of McKeesport, 3421 
Auburn St., McKeesport, Pa. 

Smith, J(onas) Waldo, I, '87. Chief Engineer, Board of Water Supply, 
City of New York, 165 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Smith, Joseph Cooke, V, 1886-88. Champery, Valais, Switzerland. 

Smith, Joseph E., 1877-78. 141 Howard Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Smith, L(awrence) S(outhwick), II, 'oo. Instructor in Mechanical Engi- 
neering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Smith, Lemuel D(avid), xni, 1904-06. Farmer, Hanford, Wash. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 381 

Smith, Leon H(ills), IV, '04. IV, S.M., 'os. Architect, no Sutter St., San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Smith, Lillie Collamore, V, 1898-00, 1903-04. Teacher of Domestic Science, 

Brookline High School, Brookline, Mass. 
Smith, Lowell Eldridge, in, 1900-04. With the Railway Mail Service, 

16 Hampshire St., Everett, Mass. 
Smith, Lyman W., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. Tanner, Lyman W. 

Smith Co., Canton, Me. 
Smith, Montfort Hill, IV, 1895-99. Danbury, N.H. 
Smith, Morrill A., 1871-73. 266 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Smith, Mortimer Fuller, V, 1901-02. Salesman, 490 Beacon St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Smith, Murray, IV, 1885-87. Draughtsman, 194 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Smith, Nathan Holt, XI, 1892-93. President of "Rysmac Systems Co.," 

Troy, N.Y. 
Smith, Noah Bezel, 1885-87. 
Smith, Norris W., 1871-72. 
Smith, O(ren) B(arron), Jr., Ill, '97. Superintendent, General Granby 

Consolidated M. S. & P. Co., Limited, Phoenix, British Columbia. 
Smith, Osgood P., 1869-71. Died 1872. 
Smith, Otis Emery, 1896-97. 

Smith, Otis S(anborn),I, '10. With Durkee, White & Towne, Civil Engi- 
neers and Surveyors, 34 Salem St., Springfield, Mass. 
Smith, Paul Dohan, VI, 1892-93. Manager, Collection Department, 313 

South High St., West Chester, N.Y. 
Smith, P(ercy) M(errihew), II, '97- Superintendent, Zimmerman Manu- 
facturing Co., 330 Garth St., Hamilton, Ontario. 
Smith, Peter Jay, Jr., 1894-95. 
Smith, Phifer, B.A., VI, '09. With Engineering Department, Birmingham 

Railway, Light & Power Co., Birmingham, Ala. 
Smith, Philip H., IV, 1869-70. 
Smith, Philip Reeder, II, 1898-02. Real Estate, Yakima Land Co., North 

Yakima, Wash. 
Smith, Plvuner Henry, C.E., I, 1907-08. 
Smith, Preston Morris, X, '05. Carl E. Schmidt & Company, 54 Macomb 

St., Detroit, Mich. 
Smith, Robert B., 1872-73. 

Smith, Robert B., 1886-87, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Smith, Robert L(ewis), II, '09. With Baxter D. Whitney & Son, Winch- 

endon, Mass. 
Smith, Robert R(ussell), iv, 1888^0. 
Smith, Sarah Effie, B.S., 1887-88. Professor of Mathematics, Mount Hol- 

yoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 
Smith, Sedgwick, XII, 1910-11. Skaneateles, N.Y. 
Smith, Sidney A(lfred), VI, 'os. 500 East 6th St., Jamestown, N.Y. 
Smith, Sidney Fuller, (Annapolis), M.S., ll.b., l.l.m., m.p.a., Vl, 1884-85. 

Assistant Examiner, United States Patent Office, Washington, D.C. 



382 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Smith, Spencer E., iv, 1872^3. 

Smith, Stanley Morse, B.Sc, VI, 1909-10. Electrical Engineer, Electrical 
Commission of Montreal, 136 St. James St., Montreal, Quebec. 

Smith, Simmer Ives, vi, '01. Deceased. 

Smith, Theodore Brooks, vi, 1894-97. Died July 11, 1898. 

Smith, T. L., B.S., 1878-79. 

Smith, Theodore L(incoln), n, 1901-07. Chief Clerk, American Locomo- 
tive Co., Richmond, Va. 

Smith, Thomas W., 1872^3. 

Smith, Tracy, B.A., VI, '07. Engineer, with Hugh L. Thompson, Consult- 
ing Engineer, Waterbury, Conn. 

Smith, Wallace Burdich, 1880-81. 

Smith, Walter, iv, 1902-03. 485 Poplar St., Roslindale, Mass. 

Smith, Walter Abbe, IV. 1899-01, 1902-03. 20 Holyoke St., Springfield, 
Mass. 

Smith, Walter Whittemore, II, '71. Died July 30, 1896. 

Smith, William Binney, 1891-92. 

Smith, William C, 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Smith, William Douglas, II, 1893-95. 

Smith, William Franklin, II, '97. Died October 29, 1902. 

Smith, William Graves, I, '98. 

Smith, William Henry, ll, 1896-99. Died December 18, 1898. 

Smith, William Leo, IV, 1908-10. Draughtsman, Little & Brown, Archi- 
tects, 70 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 

Smith, W(illia)m Lincoln, VI, '90. Municipal Inspector of Electrical Ap- 
pliances and Consulting Electrical Engineer; Secretary, National 
Electrical Inspectors Association; 4 Academy Lane, Concord, Mass. 

Smith, Xanthus R(ussell), xm, '09. Draughtsman (Designer), with Motor 
Commercial Delivery Co., 230 No. 22d St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Smithwick, Harold, II, xm, 1895-00. Mechanical Engineer, Continental 
Paper Bag Co., Rumford, Me. 

Smyser, A(lbert) E(rnest), n, '96, n, S.M., '98. Assistant General Man- 
ager, La Belle Iron Works, Steubenville, Ohio. 

Smyser, Charles James, M.D., v, 1892-93. Physician, New Wilmington, 
Pa. 

Smyser, Frederic W(illiam), n, '96. Foreman, Testing Department, General 
Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Smyser, James S(wett), II, '96. Assistant Superintendent, Rope Works, 
American Steel & W'ire Co., Worcester, Mass. 

Smyth, Joseph Hilton, IV, 1892-94. 

Smythe, Chavmcey Bevins, l, 1909-10. 290 Washington Ave., Elyria, Ohio. 

Smythe, F(rank) A(rthur), I, 1886-88. President, The Tbew Automatic 
Shovel Co., Lorain, Ohio. 

Snead, William R., iv, '81. Died March 27, 1902. 

Sneddon, J(amesj Stuart, II, 'lo. With S. Pearson & Son, Incorporated, 
Contractors, P.O. Box 161, St. Johnsville, N.Y. 

Snedeker, Charles A., IV, 1879-81. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 383 

Sneeringer, William James, Jr., Ill, 1901-03. Packer of Leaf Tobacco, 
103 Hopkins Place, Baltimore, Md. 

Snell, Elmer A(lvin), II, 1892-95. Holbrook, Mass. 

Snelling, Grenville T(emple), IV, '82. Architect, 114 East 28th St., New 
York, N.Y. 

Snelling, Howard, I, 1894-96. South Lincoln, Mass. 

Snelling, Samuel Rodman, 1886-87. Lincoln, Mass. 

Sniggs, Clark Dee, I, 1906-07. 184 Cleveland Ave., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Snow, Arthur Eugene, III, 1893-95- 

Snow, Edwin B(ertrand), Jr., ll, '07. Inspector, Michigan Inspection Bur- 
eau, 46 Congress St., Detroit, Mich. 

Snow, Frank, 1891-92. 

Snow, Frank Lamont, Ph.B., VI, 'os- Died July 27, 1905. 

Snow, Frank Whipple, M.D., VII, 1896-98. Physician, 24 Essex St., New- 
buryport, Mass. 

Snow, Frederick W(illis), ill, '00. Mining Engineer, 17 Franklin St., 
Lynn, Mass. 

Snow, Henry E., 1888-89. 

Snow, Loum, Jr., 1883-84. Accountant, 37 Purchase St., New Bedford, 
Mass. 

Snow, Mary, VI, vn, 1902-03. Superintendent of College Dormitory, Welles- 
ley College, Pomeroy Hall, Wellesley, Mass. 

Snow, Norman L(eslie), Ph.B., XIII, '04. With the Terry Steam Turbine 
Co., 90 West St., New York, N.Y. 

Snow, Richard Barclay, 1888-89. Superintendent, Burgess Mills, Paw- 
tucket, R.I. 

Snow, Robert Keith, 1886-87. Wayland, Mass. 

Snow, Sydney Ingalls, V, 1906-09. 

Snow, Walter B(radlee), II, '82. Publicity Engineer, 170 Summer St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Snow, W(illia)m G(age), II, '89. Chief Engineer and New England Man- 
ager, Warren, Webster & Co., of Camden, N.J., Manufacturers of 
Heating and Ventilating Apparatus, 24 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Snow, William P., 1870-71. 

Snowdon, Edward W., 1883-84. School of Mechanic Arts. 

Snydacker, Arthur Godfrey, 1901-02. 

Snyder, Clifford Earl, B.S.A., X, 1906-07. Agriculture, Pittstown, N.J. 

Snyder, Frederick T(itcomb), VI, '91. President, Metallurgic Engineering 

Co. (Electric Furnace Construction), Monadnock Building, Chicago, 

111. 
Snyder, Henry Rossiter, iv, 1907-10. Gilbertsville, Mass. 
Snyder, John Lovett, iv, 1892-95. 
Soderstrom, Francis H(arold), ill, '09. With the Mammoth Copper Mining 

Co., Mammoth Smelter, Kennett, Cal. 
Sohier, Louis Amory, ll, 1895-00. With Traction Company, Everett, Wash. 
Sohier, Walter, II, 1898-03. With the Everett Railway, Light & Power Co., 

Everett, Wash. 



384 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Sohier, WCillia)!!! D(avies), 1875-76. Counsellor at Law, for Massachusetts 
Highway Commission, 15 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Soley, John C(onnack), I, 1893-95. Contractor, Soley & Blair, Incorpo- 
rated, 444 Harrison Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Soley, "William A(lexander), ill, '94. Of Soley & Blair, Incorporated, Build- 
ing Movers and Contractors, 444 Harrison Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Solger, Parry K., 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Solomon, Benj(amin) D(avid), VI, 1899-01. Manufacturer, 114-116 Bed- 
ford St., Boston, Mass. 

Solomon, Frank L., 1, 1883-85. 78 Portland St., Boston, Mass. 

Solomon, John Isaac, VI, '93. President, International Pearl Fisheries 
Co. of New York and India, 31 West 27th St., New York, N.Y. 

Sonnemann, George A(dolph), ill, '90. Consulting Mining Engineer, 
432 "The Rookery," Spokane, Wash. 

Sonrel, Louis Agassiz, iv, 1875-78. 

Sosman, Robert B(rowning), B.Sc, VIII, '04, Ph.D., '07. Physicist, Geo- 
physical Laboratory, Carnegie Institution, Washington, D.C. 

Sotomayor de Ltina, Rafael, n, 1904-05. 

Soule, Carlton Manson, VI, 1902-04. Draughtsman, Bridge Department, 
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Baltimore, Md. 

Soule, Frank Enos, 1887-88. 30 Sudbury St., Boston, Mass. 

Soule, Harold Gray, m, 1907-08. Randolph, Mass. 

Soule, Harrison Dana, 1907-08. 215 South Ave., Whitman, Mass. 

Soule, Horace Webster, n, 1895-98. Mechanical Engineer, with B. F. 
Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park, Mass. 

Sotde, Lawrence C(lement), X, '99. Salesman, with the American Radia- 
tor Co., 816 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Soule, Lincoln Rockwell, X, 1904-06, 1907-09. 508 Washington St., Dorches- 
ter, Mass. 

Soule, Ralph Nelson, S.B., 1902-03 Assistant Manager, Service Depart- 
ment, Chalmers Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Soule, Richard Hermann, A.B., n, '72. Died December 13, 1908. 

Soule, Winsor, A.B., rv, '07. Architect, Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Southard, F(rank) M(arshall), VI, '94. Of Southard & Co., Lumber Mer- 
chants, II Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Souther, Allan Bartlett, II, 1892-93. 14 Pembroke St., Somerville, Mass. 

Souther, Henry, in, '87. Consulting Engineer and President, The Henry 
Souther Engineering Co., 11 Laurel St., Hartford, Conn. 

Souther, John Glendon, A.B., II, 1903-06. Superintendent, Certigue Mining 
and Dredging Co., Quibdo, Columbia, South America. 

Souther, John Kerf oot,n, 1889-91. Died December 5, 1909. 

Southgate, Donald Wright, IV, 1908-09, 1910-11. Designer, R. F. Almirall, 
185 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Southgate, Geo(rge) T(hompson), VI, '10. Electrical Engineer, Ford, 
Bacon & Davis, Nashville, Tenn. 

Southgate, Stewart Swan, 1, 1906-08. Technology Chambers, Boston, Mass. 

Southwick, George Scudder, ll, 1888-91. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 385 

Southwick, Lewis Switzer, VI, 'n. Electrical Engineer, Charlestown Gas 

& Electric Co., Charlestown, Mass. 
Southwick, Phillip R., 1881-82, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Southworth, Frederic "W(illard), IV, '00. Architect, with Bureau of Yards 

and Docks, U.S. Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 
Southworth, George Blair, v, 1894-96. 
Southworth, H(arry) C(olby),IlI, '77. Private Business, West Stoughton, 

Mass. 
Southworth, M(artin) O(tis), VI, '90. Electrical Engineer, Fairbanks, 

Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. 
Spaans, "Walter, X, '10. 108 Chestnut St., Brookline, Mass. 
Spahr, Albert H(ubbard), IV, 1895-96. Of MacClure & Spahr, Architects, 

Keystone Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Spalding, Charles Edward, 1880-81. 
Spalding, Ephraim, 1887-88. Stenographer, with R. L. Day & Co., 35 

Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Spalding, Frederic P., I, '78. Assistant Engineer of Construction, Public 

Works Department, City of Boston, 60 City Hall, Boston, Mass. 
Spalding, G(eorge) R(iddell), V, '04. Chemist, with the Hackensack Water 

Co., New Milford, N.J. 
Scalding, K(aludy), 1885-86. In Business, 31 West 32d St., New York, N.Y. 
Spalding, Sidney Parker, in, 1907-08. United States Military Academy, 

West Point, N.Y. 
Spalding, Walter T(albot), IV, 1908-10. Contracting Engineer, Spalding 

Construction Co., 1025 Chamber of Commerce Building, Portland, Ore. 
Spalding, Willard F(loyd), II, 1890-92. Investment Securities, Collins, 

Spalding & Co., 10 Post Office Square, Boston, Mass. 
Spalding, WiUiam Edward, 1882-83. Nashua, N.H. 
Spalding, WiUiam L(ivingston), III, '05. Superintendent of Electrolytic 

Refinery, Buffalo Smelting Works and Professor of Electro-Chemistry, 

University of Buffalo, i Austin St., Buffalo, N.Y. 
Spamer, Richard Fuller, x, 1899-01. 
Spargo, John Nicholas, VI, 1900-02. Dealer in Books and Stationery, 

2465 Washington Ave., Ogden, Utah. 
Sparhawk, N. Arthur, 1884-85. Clerk, 29 Otis St., Melrose, Mass. 
Sparks, William Elliot, A.B., 1869-71. 
Sparrow, Martin Olmsted, 1906-07. 
Sparrow, WilHam E., Jr., 1868-72. Mattapoisett, Mass. 
Spaxilding, Arthur Rogers, iv, 1888-90. 
Spaulding, Frank A(lger), I, '98. Of Barnes & Spaulding, Civil Engineers 

and Surveyors, Berkshire Life Insurance Building, Pittsfield, Mass. 
Spaulding, Henry Plympton, VI, '92. Artist, no Tremont St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Spaulding, Henry Seville, XI, 1901-06. Ipswich, Mass. 

Spaulding, H(ollon) C(urtis), II, '87. District Manager, Hoist Depart- 
ment, Yale & Towne Manufacturing Co., 9 Murray St., New York, 

N.Y. 

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386 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Spear, George M(orton), xm, '02. With Engineering Department, Wm. 
Cramp & Sons, Ship and Engine Building Co., Beach and Ball Sts., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Spear, Herbert G(ay), X, '07. Chemical Engineer, with the Burgess Sul- 
phite Fibre Co., P.O. Box 227, Berlin, N.H. 

Spear, Walter E(vans), XI, '97. Department Engineer, Board of Water 
Supply, City of New York, 250 West 54th St., New York, N.Y. 

Speare,Alden Herbert, 1901-02. Allston, Mass. 

Spector, Isidore, B.S., I, 'u. Merchant, Spector & Son, Pianos and Safes, 
904 Prospect Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Speer, J(ames) Ramsay, II, '93. Vice-President, Midland Steel Co., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

Speer, Joseph McKnight, 1891-92. Farmers Bank Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Spence, David Jerome, IV, 1896-97. Architect, Finley & Spence, 46 Beaver 
Hall Hill, Montreal, Quebec. 

Spencer, ArthvirEarle, III, 1901-02. 32 Glendale St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Spencer, Henry K(endall), II, '09. Mechanical Engineer, with the Blanch- 
ard Machine Co., 64 State St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Spencer, Robert Closon, Jr., b.m.E., IV, 1887-88. Of Spencer & Powers, 
17 Van Buren St., Chicago, 111. 

Spencer, Roger Miner, II, 1907-08. 1260 Main St., Hartford, Conn. 

Spencer, Theodore, VI, '91. Died February, 1906. 

Spencer, "Walter Carpenter, 1, 1902-04, 1905-06. 1739 Euclid Ave., Berkeley', 
Cal. 

Spengler, Warren D(aniel), B.L., VI, '08. Electrical Engineer, The Cleve- 
land Construction Co., 606 Citizens Building, 1833 East 90th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Sperry, Austin, II, '94. Naval Architect, 163 Main St., San Francisco, 
Cal. 

Sperry, Bertram Clarence, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1895-96. Died Febru- 
ary 15, 1901. 

Sperry, Charles Stillman, Jr., B.S., B.A., I, 1900-03. Construction Depart- 
ment, Northern Pacitic Railway Co., Kelso, Wash. 

Sperry, Ellsworth, VI, 1902-04. E. Windsor Hill, Conn. 

Sperry, Horace B., '87, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., 1888-89. Sperry 
Flour Co., 343 Sansome St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Sperry, Leavenworth Porter, Ph.B., xill, 1900-01. 

Sperry, Marcy L(eavenworth), II, '00. Manager, Savannah Electric Com- 
pany, Savannah, Ga. 

Sperry, Simon Willard, II, 1902-03. 

Spicer, Vibe C, 1875-78. General Manager, Railway Signal Co. of Can- 
ada, Ltd., Lachine, Quebec. 

Spiehler, C(larence) H(erbert), n, '08. Heating Engineer, with the Dayton 
Power & Light Co., 124 East Fourth St., Dayton, Ohio. 

Spiess, Arthur Douglass, iv, '97. Died June, 1904. 

Spilman, John A(rmistead) (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '04. Naval Constructor, 
U.S.N., Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 387 

Spinney, Frank C, 1882-83. Of Faunce & Spinney, Shoe Manufacturers, 
Lynn, Mass. 

Spinney, Samuel Rogers, VI, 1902-04. Died July i, 1905. 

Spinning, Frank, rv, 1869-70. 

Spofford, C(harles) M(ilton), I, '93. Hayward Professor of Civil Engineer- 
ing, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Spooner, George H(oward), VI, '91. With the Insurance Co. of the State 
of Pennsylvania, 308 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Spooner, Philip Simmons, 1895-96. 

Spooner, Tho(ma)s, A.B., VI, '09. Electrical Engineer, with the Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Co., E. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Spooner, ■W(illia)m B., 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Sprague, Arthur Ctirtis, IV, 1883-84. Architect, 902 Colonial Building, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Sprague, Charles H., 1868-69. Deceased. 

Sprague, Daniel F., 1867-68. Died February 18, 1908. 

Sprague, F(orest) O(tho), V, 1901-02. Chemist, with Cattaraugus Tanning 
Company, Olean, N.Y. 

Sprague, George W., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Sprague, James Paddock, IV, 1896-97. Of J. P. Sprague Co., Building 
Materials and Contractors' Supplies, 1324 Rialto Building, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Sprague, Nathaniel, Jr., VI, '02. Engineer, Railway Engineering Depart- 
ment, General Electric Company, Schenectady, N.Y. 

Sprague, Ralph Cushman, VI, 1902-05. 43 Irving St., So. Framingham, 
Mass. 

Sprague, Timothy W(ilson), ill, '87. Of Sprague, Keyes, Jackson & Assoc- 
iates, Consulting Engineers, 88 Broad St., Boston, Mass. 

Spring, Andrew Hastings, III, 1886-88. Died November 16, 1888. 

Spring, Charles Francis, I, 1881-85. Died May 12, 1895. 

Spring, Marcus T., 1, 1885-87. 

Spring, Russell C(lark), IV, '97. Architect, with Thomas M. James, 15 
Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Springer, Ernest Roger, VI, 1894-97. Designing Engineer, Elevated and 
Subway Construction, Boston Elevated Railway Co., 2 Central Square, 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Spurr, Henry V(ose), I, '08. Designer, with Purdy & Henderson, Con- 
sulting Engineers, Monadnock Block, Chicago, 111. 

Spurr, William Fessenden, 1884-85. 66 Hartford St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Squier, William Reynolds, 1891-92. Died November 30. 1908. 

Squire, Edmund H(incks), 11, '07. 57 Oakwood Road, Newtonville, Mass. 

Squires, George Bvul:, 1888-89. 

Stadler, Louis Andrew, ill, 1897-00. 418 Lawrence St., Helena, Mont. 

Stafford, C(harles) Edward, ill, '73. Union League Club, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Stafford, Fred(erick) H., I, 1869-70. Manager, Mercantile Co., Port 
Hope, Mich. 

Stahl, Rudolph F., 1883, School of Mechanic Arts. Died October 16, 1907. 



388 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Stamp, Charles Edmtind, ill, 1891-93. Manager, Charles E. Stamp & Co., 
Traveling Cranes and Hoists, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Stamp, Charles Marcus, ll, 1892-95. 

Stamper, Willson Young, Jr., I, 1907-10. 32 Barnes St., Providence, R.I. 

Standish, Myles, 1865-67. Retired, 20 Nassau St., New York, N.Y. 

Standley, Chester Larcom, II, 1904-08, Norwood Ave., Manchester, 
Mass. 

Stanford, Philip Melton, 1887-88. Died June i, 1898. 

Stanford, Philip W., 1886-87, School of Mechanic Arts, M.I.T., 1887-88. Deceased. 

Stanhope, W(illiam) E(dward), IX, 1899-02. Owner and Manager, Stan- 
hope's Taxicab & Garage, Newport, R.I. 

Staniford, Daniel, 1871-74- In Wool Business, 143 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Stanley, Lyman Roberts, 1898-99. Treasurer, The Stanley Co., 48 Loring 
Ave., Salem, Mass. 

Stanley, P(hilip) B(artholomew), II, '06. Mechanical Engineer, Stanley 
Rule & Level Co., New Britain, Conn. 

Stanley, Robert Remington, II, 1907-09. Engineer, Independence Inspec- 
tion Bureau, 137 So. 5th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Stanley, Rufus Clark, 1882-83. 

Stannard, Margaret Jenkins, Mrs., 1897-98. The Garland School of Home 
Making, 19 Chestnut St., Boston, Mass. 

Stantial, Amy Maria, V, '84. See Lund, Mrs. James. 

Stantial, F(rank) G(eorge), V, '79. Superintendent, Cochrane Chemical 
Co., Everett, Mass. 

Stantial, Otis Talbot, III, '85. Died March 26, 1903. 

Stanton, Everett C(hesebro), VI, '06. Science Teacher, Ventura Union 
High School, Ventura, Cal. 

Stanwood, Albert, Jr., 1880-81. 

Stanwood, Francis Manning, Jr., A.B., I, 1897-98. 

Stanwood, Herbert Winthrop, II, 1889-94. Died March 9, 1899. 

Stanwood, James B(rown), II, '75. Engineer and Vice-President, Houston, 
Stanwood & Gamble Co., Manufacturer of Steam Engines and Boilers, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Stanwood, James Hugh, I, '87. Died May 24, 1896. 

Staples, Carl, lll, 1901-02. 19 Cottage St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Staples, P(ercy) A(lexander), I, '06. Houghton County Electric Light Co., 
Stone & Webster Management Association, Calumet, Mich. 

Staples, "Walter Allan, VI, 1901-06. Died June 18, 191 1. 

Staples, Waller Redd, VI, 1891-92. Judge of Corporation Court, Roa.noke, 
Va. 

Staples, William D(eering), VI, '98. With the American Telephone & Tele- 
graph Co., 430 Gates Building, Kansas City, Mo. 

Starbird, Chester Bates, vi, 1900-03. 

Starbird, Harry Coolidge, VI, 1890-92. Crescent and Park Aves., Maiden, 
Mass. 

Starbuck, G(eorge) F(ranklin), II, '97. Draughtsman, Boston Elevated 
Railway Co., 439 Albany St., Boston, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 389 

Starbuck, John A(ustin), I, 1909-10. Junipero Plaza, Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Stark, Helen G(ertrude), VII, 1896-97. Teacher, Frothingham School, 
Charlestown, Mass. 

Stark, Theodore Fiske, IV, 1908-09. 16 Church St., Wakefield, Mass. 

Starkweather, George Mathewson, 1889-90. 

Starkweather, O(scar) H(enry),iv, '07. Superintendent of Streets, Wake- 
field, Mass. 

Starr, Clarence D(ouglass), II, '02. Superintendent, Barstow Stove Co., 
Providence, R.L 

Starr, F(rank) C(harles), I, '05. Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, 
George Washington University, also of Mechlin & Starr, Architectural 
Engineers, Washington, D.C. 

Starr, Herbert H(arris),l, '99. Assistant Engineer, Erecting Department, 
American Bridge Co. of New York, 30 Church St., New York, 
N.Y. 

Starr, Palmer Williamson, I, 1890-91. Died November, 1901. 

Starr, Russell Tillinghast, 1892-93. Lumber Salesman, Foot of 28th St., 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Stauffer, Isaac Hull, A.B., I, 1908-09. 14 Audubon Place, New Orleans, 
La. 

Stearns, Arthur Buckman, II, 1886-88. 

Stearns, Arthur Harrison, 1879-80. Died March 27, 1880. 

Stearns, Charles Kinmouth, II, 1884-86. Died May 13, 1907. 

Stearns, Edward Burnham, 1, 1886-90. 89 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Stearns, Frank Abbott, 1890-91. Room 919, 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Stearns, Frederic B(aldwin), IV, '99. Superintendent for Shepley, Rutan 
& Coolidge, Architects, 122 Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 

Stearns, Fred L(incoln), l, 1890-94. Scarsdale, N.Y. 

Stearns, G(eorge) H(erman), a.b., hi, 1879-80. Civil Engineer, with the 
Boston Transit Commission, 15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Stearns, Gordon Weld, ill, 1899-00. 

Stearns, H(arold) E(nglish), M.E., II, '81. Treasurer, Dominion Wadding 
Co., Montreal, Quebec. 

Stearns, Henry Foster, 1888-90. With Dominion Wadding Co., Montreal, 
Quebec. 

Stearns, Herbert R(ichardson), I, '00. Assistant Engineer, Boston Ele- 
vated Railway Company, 2 Central Square, Cambridge, Mass. 

Stearns, John Walton, 1884-86. Civil Engineer, 82 Baldwin Block, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 

Stearns, Mary Cushing, 1899-00. 

Stearns, Ralph H(amilton), XI, '01. Division Engineer, Board of Water 
Commissioners, Hartford, Conn. 

Stearns, W(alter) M(ulliken), Vl, '96. District Manager, Supply Depart- 
ment, General Electric Co., 1214 Empire Building, Atlanta, Ga. 

Stearns, W(illia)m C, 1867-71. Draughtsman, Ofhce of Mechanical Engi- 
neer, Pennsylvania Railroad, Altoona, Pa. 

Stearns, William H(arris), 1867-70. 



390 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Stearns, WCillia)!!! S(tephenson), I, '79. Of Stearns & Foster Co., Manu- 
facturers, Lockland, Ohio. 
Stebbins, Alfred, III, '84. Construction Engineer, 3 Vine St., Melrose, 

Mass. 
Stebbins, C(harles) B(owles), XIII, '97. Motor Car Engineer, Sheffield 

Car Co., Three Rivers, Mich. 
Stebbins, Cha(rle)s H(enry), v, 1900-03. Assistant Chemist, Navy Yard, 

Charlestown, Mass. 
Stebbins, Edw(ard) S(omersby), IV, 1875-76. Official Architect, Board of 

Education, City of Minneapolis, 614 Masonic Temple, Minneapolis, 

Minn. 
Stebbins, Elwyn WCilfred), I, 1890-94. Mining Engineer, 819 Mills Build- 
ing, San Francisco, Cal. 
Stebbins, Horatio W(ard), A.B., II, '02. Engineer and Contractor, with the 

San Francisco Bridge Co., 865 Monadnock Building, San Francisco, 

Cal. 
Stebbins, Londa Loleta, 1889-90. See Fletcher, Mrs. 
Stebbins, Ralph G(ilbert), IV. 1905-06. Of Stebbins & Watkins, Architects, 

164 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 
Stebbins, Roger Pierce, xin, '05. Died March 19, 1912. 
Stebbins, Roland W(illiams), II, 1896-99. Fruit Grower and Farmer, 

Good River, Ore. 
Stebbins, Theodore, VI, '86. Engineer, 14 Church St., New York, N.Y. 
Stedman, WiUiam A(ugustine), Jr., 1885-86. 
Steel, Edward T(homas), VI, '06. General Superintendent, Savannah 

Electric Co., Savannah, Ga. 
Steel, Warner J(ustice), 1887-88. Manufacturer of Worsted Yarns and 

Worsted Tops, Bristol, Pa. 
Steele, Arthiir, 1875-76. 
Steele, Carroll D(ame), XIll, '08. Advertising Manager, French & Bassett 

Co., Duluth, Minn. 
Steele, Charles L., 1868-69. 
Steele, Egbert T., 1869-70. 
Steele, Geo(rge) F(rederic), ll, Vin, 1881-85. District Manager, Power and 

Mining Department, General Electric Co., 84 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Steele, Herbert B., 1883-84. 12 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 
Steele, Henry M., 1883-85. Died July 5, 1909. 
Steese, Cha(rle)s M(cHenry), II, '08. Second Lieutenant, Coast Artillery' 

Corps, U.S.A., Fort Terry^ N.Y. 
Steever, Jerome E(lwell), II, 1898-99. Assistant Superintendent, St. Louis 

Blast Furnace Co., 6500 South Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. 
Steffens, W(illiam) F(rederick), I, '98. Engineer of Structures, Boston & 

Albany Railroad, 367 South Station, Boston, Mass. 
Steidemann, Theodore "William, IV, '04. 41 10 North nth St., St. Louis, 

Mo. 
Stein, A(rthur) L(eon), vr, 1906-10. Engineer, in Electrical Department, 

Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Co., Scranton, Pa. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 391 

Steinberger, Emil, V, 1901-04. 75 Congress St., Bradford, Pa. 

Steiner, Klaus J(unior), III, '97. In Private Business, 603 German National 

Bank Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Steinharter, Edgar C(liflford), M.D., VII, '06. Physician, 4 W. 7th Ave., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Steinmayer, O(tto) C, A.B., V, 1902-03. Supervising Chemical Treatment 

of Ties and Timbers, Frisco Lines, Frisco Building, Springfield, Mo. 
Steinrok, Charles L(eonard), xni, '04. Engineer, with Acme Engineering 

& Contracting Co., Herkimer, N.Y. 
Steinwedell, Geo(rge) 0(tto),B.S., 1897-98. Manager, Commercial Depart- 
ment, St. Paul Gas Light Co., 6th and Jackson Sts., St. Paul, Minn. 
Stellwagen, K(arl) D(onald), IX, '10. 42 Home Bank Building, Detroit, 

Mich. 
Stephens, Albert L(eslie), ill, '06. Assistant Superintendent, Velardena 

Plant, American Smelters Securities Co., Asarco, Durango, Mexico. 
Stephenson, Arthur H., 1875-76. 

Stephenson, Charles H., 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Stephenson, J(oseph) Newell, M.S., X, '09. Instructor in Chemical Engi- 
neering, Rose Pol>1;echnic Institute, Terre Haute, Ind. 
Sternbergh, Philip Hervey, 1897-98. Deceased. 
Stetson, Albert Winthrop, X, 1898-00. 
Stetson, E(dward) E(verett), I, '04. Engineer, Ofifice of Chief Engineer, 

Maintenance of Way, Pennsylvania Lines West, 11 13 Union Station, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Stetson, Franklin, v, 1893-94- 
Stetson, Frank O(wen), V, '88. Treasurer, Shoe Novelty Co., 219 Market 

St., Lynn, Mass. 
Stetson, Harold Clap, VI, '05. Dedham, Mass. 
Stetson, James A(lexander), I, 1895-99. Civil Engineer, New Bedford Gas 

& Edison Light Co., 4 Anthony St., New Bedford, Mass. 
Stetson, J(oseph) S(now), A.B., D.M.D., VI, 1899-00. Dentist, Brunswick, 

Me. 
Stevens, Alice A(tkinson), V, 1878-79. 548 Heath St., Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
Stevens, Carl C(olton), x, 1902-04. 
Stevens, Charles W( alter), III, 1883-86. 
Stevens, D(onald) R(ead), II, '11. Engineer, with Peerless Motor Car Co., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Stevens, Eben S(utton), 1865-67. Woolen Manufacturer, Intervale Mills Co., 

Quinebaug, Conn. 
Stevens, Edward F(letcher), IV, 1882-83. Architect, 9 Park St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Stevens, E(verett) L., 1885-86. Head Bookkeeper, Old Colony Trust Co., 

Boston, Mass. 
Stevens, Erving Emory, 1892-93. 

Stevens, Fred Barstow, Jr., II, 1904-08. Died August 23, 1908. 
Stevens, George Henry, 1866-68. 
Stevens, George H., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 



392 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Stevens, Gorham P(hillips), IV, '98,1V, S.M., '99. Architect, with McKim, 
Mead & White, 160 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Stevens, Harold C(onverse), I, '96. With Johnson & Fuller, 150 Nassau 
St., New York, N.Y. 

Stevens, Harold W.,II, 1870-73 President, Hartford National Bank, Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Stevens, Henry W(arren), VI, '04. Assistant Superintendent, Street 
Engineering Department, Edison Electric Illuminating Co. of Boston, 
39 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Stevens, Herbert A(Lfred), II, 1904^6. Mechanical Inspector, New York, 
Ontario & Western Railway Co., Middletown, N.Y. 

Stevens, Howard Leslie, XIII, '04- Died October 18, 1906. 

Stevens, Jesse F., 1886-87, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Stevens, John C(odding), 1905-06, 1907-08, 1909-10. With Northern Pacific 
Railway, Care of Division Engineer, St. Paul, Minn. 

Stevens, John Conyngham, XI, '94. With Sinkler Brothers, Bankers and 
Brokers, 114 South 4th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Stevens, Louisa B(ancroft), IV, 1894-95. Landscape Architect, 4 Joy St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Stevens, Oliver, II, 1906-08. Banker and Broker, Stocks and Bonds, 53 
Central St., Lowell, Mass. 

Stevens, Ralph, ill, 1896-00. Farmer, Sterling, Mass. 

Stevens, Samuel S(paulding), ill, 1902-05. Student, Thayer School of 
Civil Engineering, Hanover, N.H. 

Stevens, W(alter) F(rederick), II, '95. Purchase Engineer, Edison Elec- 
tric Illuminating Co., 39 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Stevens, William C, 1871-72. 

Stevens, W(illiam) Leonard, ill, '00. 

Stevens, W(illia)m W(entworth), IV, '98. Inspector, Post-Office Buildings 
and Equipment, Office of Postmaster General, Washington, D.C. 

Stevenson, Albert F(letcher), VII, '09. Manager, New York Dairy Demon- 
stration Co., Homer, N.Y. 

Stevenson, Charles J(oseph), V, 1903-05. Paper Salesman, 91 Boyd St., 
Newton, Mass. 

Stevenson, Henry J(oseph), II, '05. 41 Princeton St., East Boston, Mass. 

Stevenson, James R(oe), B.A., VII, 1906-07. Farmer, P.O. Box 76, Cayuga, 
N.Y. 

Stevenson, John R(obert), ill, 1887-90. 

Stevenson, Lucy M(arion), VIII, '03. Teacher of Physics and Chemistry, 
High School, Brattleboro, Vt. 

Stevenson, Robert Pevey, II, 1903-07. 45 Princeton St., Lowell, Mass. 

Stewart, Charles E., I, '77. Died October 7, 1877. 

Stewart, C(larence) B(eardsley), 1897-98. Secretary, Duluth Paper & Sta- 
tionery Co., Wholesale Paper, 18 West Michigan St., Duluth, 
Minn. 

Stewart, Donald A(rgyle), II, '06. 213 Elm St., Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Stewart, Edgar, 1868-69. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 393 

Stewart, Edmund T(homas), IV, 1898-99. Architect, 46 Cornhill, Boston, 

Mass. 
Stewart, Frank Douglas, m, 1906-10. 812 Hemlock St., Helena, Mont. 
Stewart, H(arold) O(sbom), B.S.. VI, '09. Engineering Department, 

Rochester Railway & Light Co., Rochester, N.Y. 
Stewart, J(oseph) B(aird), Jr., I, 1904-07, 1908-09. Superintendent, Elmira, 

Coining & Waverly Railway, Elmira, N.Y. 
Stewart, Lewis, rv, '00. Died March 6, 1908. 
Stewart, Morris A(rclier), B.S., Ph.D., '07. Assistant Examiner, Patent 

Office, Washington, D.C. 
Stewart, Norman Q(uint), ill, 1883-86. Coal Merchant, James P. Stewart 

& Co., 65 Medford St., Charlestown, Mass. 
Stewart, Oswald Wellington, I, 'n. With Associated Factory Mutual 

Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Stewart, Rowland W(ardwell), 1884-86. 

Stewart, Samuel B., Jr., 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Stickney, Charles Alpheus, n, 1894-9S- President, Charles A. S. Stickney 

& Co., Manufacturers of Gasoline Engines, St. Paul, Minn. 
Stickney, Charles D., 1871-73. Deceased. 
Stickney, Delia, V, '89. Head of Domestic Science Department, Cambridge 

High and Latin School, Cambridge, Mass. 
Stickney, Frederick W., IV, 1874-75. Of Stickney & Austin, 50 Hildreth 

Building, Lowell, Mass. 
Stickney, J(oseph) W(hite), VI, '96. Special Agent, Bell Telephone Co., 

Chicago Telephone Co., Chicago, 111. 
Stickney, Lilla Florence, 1887-90. See Robbins, Mrs. C. E. 
Stickney, S(amuel) C, I, 1883-86. Railroad Business, 50 Church St., 

New York, N.Y. 
Stickney, "William, VI, 1887-89. 
Stickney, William, XIII, 1901-03. 
Stiebel, Herbert J(oseph),III. '09. Mining Engineer, 408 Judge Building, 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Stiles, Harry AUard, ni, 1900-03. General Manager, of H. A. Stiles & Co., 

161 High St., Boston, Mass. 
Stiles, P(ercy) G (oldthwait) , Ph.D., VII, '97. Assistant Professor of Phys- 
iology, Simmons College, and Instructor in Biology, Massachusetts 

Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
Stillings, Henry E(rskine), II, 1898-99. U.S. Customs Inspector, Surveyors' 

Department, Custom House, Boston, Mass. 
Stillings, Mrs. (Sheldon, Janet Reid), 1887-88. 
Stillings, Samuel Warren, IV, 1894^8. 205 St. Botolph St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Stilwell, E(dwin) R(uthven), 1903-04. Of Dyke & Stilwell, 2182 East 9th 

St., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Stilwell, Henry C(olby), B.S., 1890-91. 
Stimpson, Frederic E., 1865-66. 
Stimpson, Oliver Duncan, 1866-67. Died 1881. 



394 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Stimpson, Thomas F(rancis), III, '77. Assistant Resident Manager, United 
States Finishing Co., Providence, R.I. 

Stimson, Henry S(tanton) B(ogue), VI, '02. Division Traffic Superin- 
tendent, Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Co., Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 

Stinson, Horace W., 1880-81, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Stix, Harry F(riedlander), 1900-01. 407 La Salle Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

Stix, Solomon Henry, IV, '91. President, Friedlander Brady Knitting 
Mills, Manufacturers of Knitted Goods, 511 South Green St., Chicago, 
111. 

Stix, Sylvan Louis, IV, 1887-90. 

Stock, Albert P(hilip), 1896-97- Salesman, Union Electric Light & Power 
Co., I2th and Locust Sts., St. Louis, Mo. 

Stock, August C, IV, 1890-92. 

Stocking, W(illia)m A(rthur), B.S., rv, 1906-07. Draughtsman, Hubbell 
& Benes, Architects, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Stockman, Orlando S(argent), ill, '02. With the Armstrong Cork Co., 
1404 Union Bank Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Stockton, Philip, A.B., I, '99. President, Old Colony Trust Co., 17 Court 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Stockwell, F(rank) C(lifford), A.B., VI, '07. Instructor in Electrical Engi- 
neering, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken N.J. 

Stoddard, Arthur Bates, V, '91. Died August 31, 1900. 

Stoddard, Ava M(arcella), IV, '03. Journalist, 4 Thwing St., Roxbury, 
Mass. 

Stoddard, Edna D(winel), IV, '03. 4 Thwing St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Stoddard, George H(owland), 1871-73. Treasurer, Quincy Market Cold 
Storage & Warehouse Co., 133 Commercial St., Boston, Mass. 

Stoddard, H(enry) F(arris), n, '87. Superintendent, Plymouth Cordage 
Co., Welland, Ontario, Canada. 

Stoddard, Robert Kilbum, VI, 1902-04. 

Stoddart, David Ayars, M.E., VI, '10. Cornell University Club, 65 Park St., 
New York, N.Y. 

Stokeley, George S(usong), B.S., II, 1903-04. Newport, Tenn. 

Stone, Charles A(ugustus), VI, '88. Of Stone & Webster, 147 Milk St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Stone, Charles F(rederick), ill, '71. Lawyer, Summer St., Waltham, 
Mass. 

Stone, C(harles) H(enry) H(oward), M.S., V, '96. Manager, Gas Depart- 
ment, Orange County Lighting Co., Middletown, N.Y. 

Stone, Charles S., IV, 1871-72. 

Stone, C(larence) N(elson), A.B., VI, 1906-07. With the Babson Statistical 

Organization, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
Stone, Edward J(onas), VI, 1904-07- With Plant Department, New Eng- 
land Telephone & Telegraph Co., South Framingham, Mass. 
Stone, Edward Josiah, IV, 1899-00. Manager, Brightwood Motor Car Co., 
Springfield, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 395 

Stone, Edward N(athan), IV. 1888-91. Appraiser for Title Guarantee and 

Trust Co., 175 Remsen St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Stone, Elizabeth, A.B., IV, 1905-06. 31 Gordon Ave., Hyde Park, Mass. 
Stone, Esther, iv, '96. Draughtsman, Stone, Carpenter & Sheldon, 

Architects, 49 Westminster St., Providence, R.I. 
Stone, George Goodwin, III, '89. Died March 4, 1893. 
Stone, George Winchester, iv, 1886-88. Architect, Office of Supervising 

Architect, U.S. Treasury Department, Washington, D.C. 
Stone, Henry B., A.B., 1870-71, 1876-77. Died July 5, 1897. 
Stone, Ida A., 1901-02. Supervisor of Drawing, New York City Schools, 

132 East 19th St., New York, N.Y. 
Stone, Jacob, Jr., rv, '99. Architect, 645 Security Bank Building, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
Stone, James E(dward), ll, 1868-73. Civil Engineer, with Edward P. Adams, 

53 State St., Boston, Mass. 
Stone, Joseph, I, '68. Died May 24, 1908. 
Stone, Junius, 1887-88. 
Stone, Lawrence E(dward), A.B., Vl, 1904-06. Real Estate Business, M. C. 

& I. N. Stone, 203 Beckman Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Stone, Leo S(olomon), l, '09. Inspector, City of Boston, 67 City Hall, 

Boston, Mass. 
Stone, Mary G(ray), V, Vll, 1898-99, 1901-02. 365 Marlborough St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Stone, Mary L., 1877-78. Deceased. 
Stone, Silas W., 1871-72. 

Stone, S(olon) J(ones), 1, 1898-01. Assistant to the Vice-President, Lacka- 
wanna Bridge Co., 2 Rector St., New York, N.Y. 
Stone, Willard W(ilberforce), I, '00. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water 

Supply, City of New York, R.F.D., No. 3, Newburgh, N.Y. 
Stone, W(illiani) E(bers), Ph.B., 1866-67. Retired, 28 State St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Stoneman, Cornelius McLean, 1888-89. 
Storer, Frank Addison, iv. 1877-78. 
Storer, Harry Winthrop March, 1898-00. 
Stork, W(illiani) B(oteler), II, 1890-92, 1893-94. Chief Machinest, U.S. Navy, 

U.S.S. Mississippi, Care of Postmaster, New York, N.Y. 
Storrow, Samuel, A.B., I, '90. Civil Engineer, 908 Wright and Callender 

Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Storrow, Samuel, 1879-80, School of Mechanic Arts. 
Story, CarroU Fitch, B.S., Xl, '07. Died October 20, 1909. 
Story, Edward Carleton, VIII, 1904-08. 10 Cypress St., Lynn, Mass. 
Story, Isaac M., I, '78. Right of Way Engineer, New York, New Haven 

& Hartford Railroad, 623 Elm St., New Haven, Conn. 
Story, John P(atten), Jr., VI, 1890-92. Real Estate, Story & Cobb, 1102 

Connecticut Ave., Washington, D.C. 
Stose, George W(ilUs), I, '93. U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, D.C. 
Stouder, John Burton, B.E., 1, 1895-97. 



396 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Stoughton, Augustus B(urbank), LL.b., II, '86. Attorney-at-Law, 1506 
Land Title Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Stoughton, Bradley, Ph.B., Ill, '96. Consulting Metallurgical Engineer, 165 
Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

Stoughton, Mrs. Grace A, (Van Everen, Grace Abbie), v, '96. Died January 
16, 1905. 

Stover, Charles C(lark), II, '02. Inspector, Associated Factory Mutual Fire 
Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

Stover, Charles R(obinson), B.S., VI, S.M., 'n. Electrical Engineer, Na- 
tional Electric Lamp Association, Engineering Department, 441 1 
Hough Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Stover, Frederick H(askell), VII, '10. Chemist and Bacteriologist, with 
Louisville Water Co., Louisville, Ky. 

Stover, Lester Arthxu-, n, 1909-11. 65th St. Station, 323 W. 126th St., 
New York, N.Y. 

Stow, James P(omeroy), Jr., II, 1903-05. Mechanical Engineer, with the 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, New Haven, Conn. 

Stow, Kent Tillinghast, II, 1898-02. Died August 10, 1903. 

Stowe, Horace E., 1871-73. 197 Walnut St., Newtonville, Mass. 

Stowe, L(ovell) B(aker), VI, '93. District Manager, New England Tele- 
phone & Telegraph Co., 283 Worthington St., Springfield, Mass. 

Stowell, Alvah W(ood), IX, 1891-93. Leominster, Mass. 

Stowell, Jean Henry, 1894-95. 

Strader, Jacob, Jr., v, 1892-94. 

Stramblad, Theodore A(lexander), 1901-02. County Surveyor of Kidder 
County, Bostonia, N.Dak. 

Strand, Harry L(ancaster), IV. 1898 00. 161 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 

Strange, Dalston P., M.S., 1874-75. Died February 4, 1880. 

Stratton, Cha(rle)s H(eywood), IV, '00. Superintendent of Construction, 
United States Treasury Department, New Post Office, Paris, 111. 

Stratton, Daniel Wilbur, 1869-70. Died January 8, 1909. 

Stratton, Geo(rge) E(ber), I, '96. Engineer, U.S. Reclamation Service, 
Helena, Mont. 

Straub, Herman A(rnold), VII, 1900-01. Secretary, Annex Hotel Co., 
Annex Hotel, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Straub, Rob(er)t M(aximilian), C.E., VII, 1900-01. 4921 Forbes St., Pitts- 
burgh, Mass. 

Straus, A(ubrey) H(amilton), B.S., VII, 1907-09. City Bacteriologist, 
Health Department, Richmond, Va. 

Straw, Frank L., il, 1869-73. 

Street, G(erald) B(asil), n, '99. Mining Engineer, with E. I. duPont de 
Nemours Powder Co., duPont Building, Wilmington, Del. 

Streeter, Harold WCarner), XI, 1902-05, 1906-07. Superintendent of Filtra- 
tion, Water and Sewerage Board, Clarksburg, W.Va. 

Streng, L(ewis) S(tarr), VI, '98. Chief Engineer, Kentucky Electric Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 



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Stresau, R(ichard), VI, '04. Of the Stresau Engineering Co., 50 East 
41st St., New York, N.Y. 

Strickland, Frank V., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts., M.I.T., 1878-80. Union 
Iron Works, Bangor, Me. 

Strickland, Sidney T(albot), D.p.g.F., IV, '05. Architect, with Shepley, 
Rutan & Coolidge, 122 Ames Building, Boston, Mass. 

Strickland, W(illiam) R(andolph), I, '98. Automobile Engineering, Peer- 
less Motor Car Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Strickler, Emerson H., A.B., V, 1894-95- Manufacturing Chemist, with Gen- 
eral Chemical Co., 25 Broad St., New York, N.Y. 

Stritzinger, Frederick G., 1888-89. 

Strong, Mrs. Charles P. (Baker, Mary), vil, xil. 1895-97- 86 Sparks St., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Strong, Cha(rle)s R(aymond), IV, 1909-11. Manager of Columbus Office, 
of The Concrete Steel Co., Contractors and Engineers, Branson 
Building, Columbus, Ohio. 

Strong, E(dward) F(itch), n, 1893-96. Branch Manager, Boston Incandes- 
cent Lamp Co., Branch of National Electric Lamp Properties, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Strong, Homer D(avid), V, '03. Chemist, New Britain Gas Light Co., 
New Britain, Conn. 

Strongman, Elizabeth Jane, Ph.B., VII, 1904-05- Biologist, Girls' High 
School, Boston, Mass. 

Stroud, Lament Russell, 1892-93. St. Albans, Vt. 

Strout, Robert Wheelock, II, 1896-97. 

Stuart, Edward, XI, '10. Contractor, 5 Mt. Vernon Place, Boston, Mass. 

Stuart, Frederic Morton, I, 1880-84. Civil Engineer, with Massachusetts 
Highway Commission, 15 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 

Stuart, H(arve) R(eed), VI, 1896-98. Electrical Engineer, The Robbins and 
Myers Co., Springfield, Ohio. 

Stubbs, Norman Higgins, vi, 1905-08. 

Stucklen, Henry W(illiam), B.S., X, 'n. Chemical Engineer, Hood Rubber 
Co., Watertown, Mass. 

Studley, Edward, 1896-97. 

Studley, Fred B(utler), VI, '93. Private Business, North Duxbury, Mass. 

Studley, I(ra) G(tlild), Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1893-95. Treasurer, Stud- 
ley Box & Lumber Co., Rochester, N.H. 

Stump, Horace E(ugene), X, '10. With the American Sugar Refining Co., 
South 4th St. and Kent^Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Sturges, Benton, IX, '90. Real Estate Business, 184 LaSalle St., Chicago, 
111. 

Sturges, Solomon, II, 1883-86. Care of No yes & Jackson, Brokers, 112 W. 
Adams St., Chicago, 111. 

Sttu-gis, Edward, A.B., IV, 1892-93. Farmer, Andover, Mass. 

Stiirgis, Elliot T(orrey), in, '84. District Superintendent, New England 
Telephone & Telegraph Co., 18 Center St., Maiden, Mass. 

Sturgis, Russell, 2d, X, 1891-95. 



398 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Sturm, Meyer J(oseph), IV, '96. Architect, (Hospital Specialist), Suite 

704, 118 North LaSalle St., Chicago, III. 
Sturtevant, Edward, A.M., IX, '98. Teacher of Science, St. George's 

School, Newport, R.I. 
Sturtevant, Edward L(ewis), II, 1892-94. Smelting and Mining Engineer, 

96 Ivy St., Brookline, Mass. 
Sturtevant, E(dward) W(hitman), II, '02. Engineer, Leonard Construc- 
tion Co., 1937 McCormick Building, Chicago, 111. 
Sturtevant, Joseph Lewis, n, 1892-95. Adams St., Quincy, Mass. 
Sturtevant, Mary, VII, 1896-97. Second Beach Road, Newport, R.I. 
Sturtevant, T(homas) J(oseph), VI, '90. Sturtevant Mill Co., Clayton and 

Park Sts., Dorchester, Mass. 
Sturtevant, William I(saac), VI, '01. Manager, Everett Light & Water 

Co., Everett, Wash. 
Stutchkoflf, Samuel, ll, 1895-96. 
Stutz, Lewis F., 1870-71 . 

Stutz, Walter F(rancis), B.A.. VI, 1901-02. 1637 13th St., N.W., Washing- 
ton, D.C. 
Sucre, William G(eorge), I, '01. Care of Union Railway & Electric Co., 

Catonsville, Md. 
Suess, Edward Maurice, B.S., ill, 1907-08, 1909-10. Apartado 20, Saltillo, 

Coahuila, Mexico. 
Suhr, C(arl) F(rederick), II, '00. Engineer, with the American Brass 

Company, 721 Bank St., Waterbury, Conn. 
Sullivan, George Paul, X, 1907-09. 57 Charlotte St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Sullivan, Henry H(oward), ll, '00. Mechanical Engineer, with the Durable 

Wire Rope Company, 95 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. 
Sullivan, Homer Vincent, B.S., VI, 1905-06. 35 Melville Ave., Dorchester, 

Mass. 
Sullivan, Louis H., iv, 1872-73. Architect, 1600 Auditorium Tower, 

Chicago, 111. 
Sullivan, Michael Aloysius, A.B., 1893-94. 166 W. Newton St., Boston, 

Mass. 
Sullivan, Patrick J(oseph), v, 1901-03, 1904-05. Chief Chemist, Listers 

Agricultural Chemical Works, Newark, N.J. 
Sullivan, Richard Thomas, ill, 1900-02. General Superintendent, Houston 

Electric Co., Houston, Texas. 
Sullivan, Thomas James, v, 1895-96. Treasurer, R. T. Sullivan Co., 

Newton Lower Falls, Mass. 
Sullwold, H(erbert) A(rthur), iv, '07. Architect, 1773 Summit Ave., 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Sully, John M(urchison), ill, '88. Manager, Chino Copper Co., Santa 

Rita, New Mexico. 
Sulzer, Albert F(rederick), X, 'oi. Superintendent, Chemical Plant, 

Kodak Park Works, Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y. 
Summer, E(dward) A(lleyne), II, X, 1893-96. Secretary and Treasurer, 

American Radiator Co. of Michigan, Detroit, Mich. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 399 

Sumner, Geo(rge) W(illiam), VI, '96. Treasurer, The Fairmont Creamery 

Co., Omaha, Nebr. 
Stunner, Warren E(llis), X, '03. With F. W. Bird & Son, Manufacturers 

of Paper and Roofings, Box 13, East Walpole, Mass. 
Sun, To-Tan, m, 'n. 

Sun, Yuen-fong Ralph, ill, 1906-08. 15 Peking St., Shanghai, China. 
Sunderland, James C(ornelius), IV, 1882-83. Architect, 559 Sheidley Build- 
ing, Kansas City, Mo. 
Sung, Mun Wai, 1880-81. Captain in the Chinese Navy. Address, 1536 

Wusung Road, Hongkew, China. 
Susmann, J(ulius) H., Ill, '76. Consulting Engineer, 42 Broadway, 

New York, N.Y. 
Suter, R(ussell), l, '00. Assistant Civil Engineer, State Conservation 

Commission of New York, Albany, N.Y. 
Sutermeister, E(dwin), V, '99. Chief Chemist, with S. D. Warren & Co., 

Cumberland Mills, Me. 
Sutherland, Carroll Arthur, B.S., VI, 1908-10. Technology Chambers, Boston, 

Mass. 
Sutherland, Clarence Hale, A.B., I, 'n. Engineering Department, Corru- 
gated Bar Co., Mutual Life Building, Buffalo, N.Y. 
Sutherland, Raynold H(enry), 1884-85, School of Mechanic Arts. Draughts- 
man, Water Department, City of Lynn, City Hall, Lynn, Mass. 
Sutliff, W(alter) H(annen), IV, '99. With the Bolton Pratt Co., General 

Contractors, 802 Columbia Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Sutter, Frederick C(harles), VI, '93. Electrical Engineer, 174 Canfield Ave., 

W. Detroit, Mich. 
Sutton, David, B.S., I, '04. Civil Engineer, with H. F. Bryant, 334 Wash- 
ington St., Brookline, Mass. 
Sutton, Herbert Hill, E.E., VI, 1908-09. 112 West i8th St., Austin, Texas. 
Sutton, Loyd H(all), XIII, '08. Assistant Examiner, U.S. Patent Ofifice, 

Washington, D.C. 
Sutton, Stansbury, 11, 1889-93. Member of Pittsburgh Stock Exchange, 

Stansbury Sutton Co., Arrott Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Suyehiro, Chiusuke (Tadasuka), ill, 1904-05. The College of Engineering, 

Fukuoka, Japan. 
Svarz, Louis, IV, 1907-09. 2120 First Ave., North, Seattle, Wash. 
Swain, Geo(rge) F(illmore), LL.D., I, '77. Professor of Civil Engineering, 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 
Swallow, Ellen H(enrietta), V, '73. See Richards, Mrs. Robert H. 
Swan, Almira F(rench), VII, XII, 1893-96- 1058 Adams St., Dorchester, 

Mass. 
Swan, Arthur E(ugene), A.B., VI. '02. With W. H. McElwain Co., Shoe 

Manufacturers, 348 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Swan, Charles Mayo, vil, 1893-96, Died July 31, 1896. 
Swan, Clifford M(elville), V, '99. Acoustical Engineer, H. W. Johns- 

Manville Co., 100 William St., New York, N.Y. 



400 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Swan, Elizabeth Quincy, v, 1882-83. See Bolles, Mrs. Frank. 
Swan, James, n, '91. The New York Shipbuilding Co., Camden, N.J. 
Swan, Rodolphus A(shley), vn, 1894-96. Reporter, The Morning Mer- 
cury, New Bedford, Mass. 
Swan, "Walter Dana, iv, 1893-94. 

Swanson, Grace Marie, VII, 1902-03. 946 Broadway, Lowell, Mass. 
Swanton, Fred(eric)k WCorcester), VI, '90. Examiner, U.S. Patent Office, 

Washington, D.C. 
Swanton, H(enry) A(iken), n, '94. Farmer, Westport, Me. 
Swanton, John Camp, I, 1892-93. Died September 22, 1894. 
Swanton, Walter I(rving), I, '93. Assistant Engineer, U.S. Reclamation 

Service, Washington, D.C. 
Swartz, Paul Davies, x, 1904-05. 1213 Chemical Building, St. Louis, Mo. 
Swasey, Albert Loring, Xin, 1894-98. Of Swasey, Raymond & Page, Naval 

Architects, Colonial Building, Boston, Mass. 
Swasey, Sumner Edward, in, 1884-87. 
Swasey, "William Albert, rv, 1881-82. Architect, 47 West 34th St., New 

York, N.Y. 
Sweeney, John Calvin, Jr. (Annapolis), XIIIA, S.M., '10. Assistant Naval 

Constructor, U.S.N., Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 
Sweeny, H(arry)P(atterson), B.A., III, '08. Superintendent, Bache-Den- 

man Coal Co., Midland, Ark. 
Sweet, Arthur J(eremiah), A.B., VI, 1901-03. Electrical Engineer, Holo- 

phane Co., Newark, Ohio. 
Sweet, Elwood Perkins, ill, 1892-93. Concord Junction, Mass. 
Sweet, Ever ell Shipley, v, 1891-95. 
Sweet, H(enry) N(ettleton), 1881-83. Of Hornblower & Weeks, Bankers, 

60 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Sweet, Kilburn Smith, I, '93. Died July 15, 1904. 
Sweet, M(yron) K(night), V, '10. Assistant Chemist, Weber & Drake, 

India Rubber Laboratory, 729 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Sweetland, Ralph, n, '89. Engineer, New England Insurance Exchange, 

141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Sweetser, Albert Edwin, n, 1900-04. 
Sweetser, Albert Raddin, A.B., 1884-85. 
Sweetser, Arthur "Waldo, I, '74. Died April 10, 1878. 
Sweetser, C(harles) H(erbert), A.B„ I, 1893-97. Consulting Engineer, 

Olympia, Wash. 
Sweetser, George Francis, Mechanic Arts and Drawing, 1891-92. 
Sweetser, Harold Ricketson, V, 1901-03. Died June 15, 1903. 
Sweetser, Harvey Albert, 1907-08. Home National Bank, Brockton, Mass. 
Sweetser, Mrs. L. "Wallace ("Wall, Mabel Persis), B.A., v, 1899-00. 308 

Main St., Wakefield, Mass. 
Sweetser, Philip S(tarr), VI, '04. Electrical Engineer, with the Babson 

Statistical Organization, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
Sweetser, R(alph) H(ayes), m, '92. Superintendent, The Columbus Iron 

& Steel Co., Columbus, Ohio. 



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Sweetser, WCiliiam) J(ordan), II, '01. Assistant Professor of Mechanism 
and Machine Design, Director of Shops, Case School of Applied 
Science, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Swenson, Omar S(tephen), rv, '04. Superintendent, with John Swenson, 
Granite Contractor, Concord, N.H. 

Swett, George W(right), II, '03. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Swett, Phelps N(ash), I, '07. Assistant Professor of Engineering, Middle- 
bury College, Middlebury, Vt. 

Swift, Charles W(illiston), II, '99. Superintendent, Washington Motor 
Vehicle Company, 213-217 L St., S.W., Washington, D.C. 

Swift, F(rank) R(obinson), V, '99. Mechanical Engineer, 394 Pearl St., 
Buffalo, N.Y. 

Swift, Humphrey H(athaway), Jr., IV, 1888-91. Manager, Export Depart- 
ment, Morse Twist Drill & Machine Co., loo Fifth St., New Bedford, 
Mass. 

Swift, Lila Hathaway, IV, 1907-09. Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Swift, Robert W(esselhoeft), II, 1892-95. Assistant to President, Lanston 
Monotype Machine Co., 1231 Callowhill St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Swift, "William E(verett), I, '9s. Engineer in Charge, Conrad Land & 
Water Co., Valier, Teton County, Mont. 

Swinburne, Henry H., IV, 1877-78. 

Swinson, Johannah Charlotte, VIII, 1897-00. 31 Westerly St., Wellesley, 
Mass. 

Swope, Gerard, VI, '95. General Sales Manager, Western Electric Co., 
463 West St., New York, N.Y. 

Sykes, Henry Hutchins, Ph.B., VI, '91. Died May 18, 1911. 

Sykes, Roy Ainsworth, V, 1902-03. 26 Cherry St., No. Adams, Mass. 

Sylvester, Edmund Q(uincy), IV, 1888-91. Architect, 31 Beacon St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Sylvester, George Edwards, I, 1883-86. 

Sylvester, Joseph Smith, 1888-89. 

Symes, George Gifford, C.E., Ph.B., II, 1905-06. Structural Engineer, 
Whitney-Stecn Co., Symes Building, Denver, Colo. 

Symmes, E(rnest) M(ontgomery),V, '11. Kenvil, N.J. 

Symonds, Andrew Henry, IV, 1869-70. 

Symons,HaroldM(ortimer), VI. 1905-07. 716 Grand Ave., Laramie, Wyo. 

Taber, E(dward) G., I, 1873-76. Chief Engineer, Spokane International 
Railway, Spokane, Wash. 

Taber, George Aymar, I, '94. Assistant Engineer, Department of Water 
Supply, Gas and Electricity, 2032 Park Row Building, New York, N.Y. 

Taber, James C. S., 1872-73. Civil Engineer, with the Boston Consoli- 
dated Gas Co., 24 West St., Boston, Mass. 

Tabor, John Ifodney, B.S,, IV, '08. Architect, Jones & Tabor, 506 Binz 
Building, Houston, Texas. 

Tabossi, Hector, VI, 1909-10. Parana, Entre Rios, Argentine Republic. 



402 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Tadgell, Alfred E(dward), 1901-02. Clerk, 222 Boylston St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Taft, A(ugustus) Read, 1899-00. With the Revere Rubber Co., Chelsea, 
Mass. 

Taft, Arthur Guild, 1888-89. 

Taft, Charles Chester, x, '95. Advertising, 143 Federal St., Boston, 
Mass. 

Taft, Ezra F., A.B., D.M.D., 1867-68. Dentist, 1306 Massachusetts Ave., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Taft, Harrison S(outhwick), b.p., II, '96, Xin, '97. Engineering Contractor, 
211 Central Building, Seattle, Wash. 

Taft, Samuel H., 1877-78, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Taft, Theodore H(oward), II, '02. Assistant Professor of Mechanical 
Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Taintor, Charles WCilson), VI, '93. Taintor, Hall & Co., Bankers and 
Dealers in Investment Securities, 35 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Taintor, Giles, VI, '87. Lawyer, 53 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Taite, F(rank) Griffiths, I, '10. P.O. Box 65, Merion, Pa. 

Talbot, Arthur W(ilboiu-) , VI, 1901-02, 1904-05. Reporter, Providence Journal, 
Journal Building, Providence, R.I. 

Talbot, Henry P(aul), Ph.D., v, '8s. Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, 
in charge of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Talbot, James, 1892-93. Holliston, Mass. 

Talbot, J(ames) M(artin), A.B., n, '08. With the S. S. White Dental Manu- 
facturing Co., Prince Bay, N.Y. 

Talbot, Marion, A.M., ll.D., IX, '88. Dean of Women and Professor of 
Household Administration, University of Chicago, Green Hall, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Talbot, Thomas, A.B., 1889-90. North Billerlca, Mass. 

Talbot, Winthrop T(isdale), A.B., M.D., 1887-88. Physician, Station B, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Tallant, Alice Weld, A.B., M.D., Vin, 1897-98. Physician, 1807 Spruce St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Tallant, George P(ayne), IX, '92. 2536 Broadway, San Francisco, Cal. 

Tallmadge, Thomas E(ddy), IV, '98. Architect, of Tallmadge & Watson, 
1004 Security Building, Chicago, 111. 

Tamkin, H(erman) W(ells), IV, 1886-89. Engineering Department, in charge 
of New Municipal Building Construction, City of Syracuse, N.Y. 

Tandy, W(ilbert) C(lifton), xn, 1895-96. Machinist, with L. S. Starrett Co., 
213 Riverbend St., Athol, Mass. 

Taney, Edmund L., I, '78. Died May i, 1890. 

Tanner, William Fitch, 1, 1899-00. 

Tapp, Will W., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Tappan, David H. S., I, 1883-84. Civil and Mining Engineer, and County 

Surveyor, Sprucepine, N.C. 
Tappan, Ernest Salisbury, 1887-88. 88 Cedar St., Roxbury, Mass. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 4O3 

Tappan, F(rederic) , VI, '99. Power Record Clerk, Vancouver Power Co., 
Ltd., and British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd., 9th St., No. 
Vancouver, British Columbia. 

Tappan, John W(ilson), M.D., 1882-83. Surgeon, U.S. Public Health and 
Marine Hospital Service, P.O. Box 287, El Paso, Texas. 

Tappan, Lewis H(ooper), n, '96. Stock and Bond Broker, Banigan Build- 
ing, Providence, R.L 

Tappan, Robert, IV, 1903-os. Architectural Draughtsman, with Cram, 
Goodhue & Ferguson, Architects, 15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Tappan, Roger, u, 1869-70, 1871-73. 

Tappan, Sanford, VI, 1891-94. Deceased. 

Tappan, "Walter, 1873-74- Deceased. 

Tarbett, Ralph E(dwin), XI, '05. Assistant Engineer, with Robert Spurr 
Weston, Sanitary Engineer and Chemist, 14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Tarbox, John "Watson, n, 1890-92. Andover, Mass. 

Tarr, Edward Gibbs, 1892-93. 

Tarr,Forace A(ustin),n, 1902-05. 206 Kilton St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Tashjian, A(nnen) H(aigouni), A.B., IV, S.M., '08. Of F. A. Rumery Co., 
Contractors, 3 Center St., Portland, Me. 

Taussig, Mrs. F. "W. (Guild, Edith), V, 1886-87. Died June, 1910. 

Taylor, Alexander J(enifer), c.E., Xl, '01. Chief Engineer, Street and Sewer 
Department, City of Wilmington, 6th and King Sts., Wilmington, 
Del. 

Taylor, Alfred T(ucker), IV, 1892-93- Architect, of Taylor & Bonta, 118 
East Jefferson St., Syracuse, N.Y. 

Taylor, Allyn C(handler), n, '06. Superintendent Gas Department, 
Charleston Consolidated R. & L. Co., Charleston, S.C. 

Taylor, Brainerd, 1895-96. Captain, Coast Artillery, U.S.A., War Depart- 
ment, Washington, D.C. 

Taylor, Charles M(alcolm), n, '93. Ship Draughtsman, U.S. Navy Yard, 
Charlestown, Mass. 

Taylor, Denzil Hollis, I, '99. Died August 19, 1902. 

Taylor, D(e"Witt) M(cClure), n, '06. Poultryman, R.F.D. i, Andover, 
Mass. 

Taylor, Edward M(olineux), n, '98. Chief Engineer, Roebling Construc- 
tion Co., Metropolitan Tower, New York, N.Y. 

Taylor, Edwin P., Jr., 1882-83. 

Taylor, Eugene H., B.S., rv, 1876-78. Architect, Josselyn & Taylor Co., 222 
South 3d St., Cedar Rapids, la. 

Taylor, Everett Kilburn, rv, 1885-87. Of Taylor & Mosley, Architects, 
40 Wall St., New York, N.Y. 

Taylor, Floyd T(homas), VI, '03. District Manager, Cutler-Hammer 
Manufacturing Co., 176 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

Taylor, Frank Carter, Ph.B., VI, '11. 184 Meeting St., Providence, R.L 

Taylor, Frederick Spaulding, A.B., IV, 1885-86. 

Taylor, George, II, '94. Taylor Machinery Co., 42 Oliver St., Boston, 
Mass. 



404 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Taylor, George Neil, 1900-01 . 

Taylor, George Rodney, B.S., VII, 1906-07. Chemist and Biologist, with the 

Scranton Gas & Water Co., 115 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pa. 
Taylor, G(eorge) "Wood, rv, 1887-89. Architect, 423 Main St., Springfield, 

Mass. 
Taylor, Gordon Hooker, I, 1886-91. Topographical Engineer, with the 

North Pacific Irrigating Co., Kennewick, Wash. 
Taylor, Grant S(terne), xm, '04. 117 Remsen St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Taylor, Harry Biirlingame, V, '91. Died June 8, 1897. 
Taylor, Horace V(an) S(ands), B.A., VI, '10. Electrical Engineer, with 

Westinghouse Electric Manufacturing Co., E. Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Taylor, Irvine Simons, 1, 1905-07. French, N.Mex. 

Taylor, Jacob M., I, 1871-75. Trustee, 12 Surrey St., Brighton, Mass. 
Taylor, James Knox, IV, 1877-79- Architect, Supervising Architect of U.S. 

Treasury Department, Washington, D.C. 
Taylor, J(ames) L(oockerman), Jr., I, '02. Assistant Division Engineer, 

Southern Division, Grand Rapids & Indiana Railway, Fort Wayne, 

Ind. 
Taylor, James V., 1865-66. Deceased. 
Taylor, John B., VI, '97. Engineer, Foreign Department, General Electric 

Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 
Taylor, John Hart, IV, 1903-04. Architect, 22 Park Road, Winchester, Mass. 
Taylor, John W(allace), A.B., n, '05. Assistant Superintendent, Russell 

Engine Co., 508 Third St., Massillon, Ohio. 
Taylor, Kenneth M., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Taylor, Lizzie A., v, 1881-82. 

Taylor, Mark E(lliott), U, '98. Draughtsman, Ordnance Office, U.S. War 

Department, 190 State, War & Navy Building, Washington, D.C. 
Taylor, Philip W(eston), I, '10. Draughtsman, Fitchburg Sewage Disposal 

Commission, Fitchburg, Mass. 
Taylor, Richard R(aymond), X, '10. Chemist, Apsley Rubber Co., Hudson, 

Mass. 
Taylor, R(obert) E(dward) Lee, B.A., iv, '04. Of Ferguson, Calrow & 

Taylor, Architects, 633 Law Building, Norfolk, Va. 
Taylor, Robert Kellogg, XI, 1904-07. Civil Engineer, with Boston Transit 

Commission, 15 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 
Taylor, Robert R(obinson), IV, '92. Director of Mechanical Industries, 

Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Ala. 
Taylor, Sarah May, VII, 1894-95. Instructor in Physical Training, McLean 

Hospital, Waverley, Mass. 
Taylor, "Warren C(rosby), I, '02. Instructor in Civil Engineering, Union 

College, Schenectady, N.Y. 
Taylor, "Webster H(averstock), 1901-02. Advertising, with J. J. Gibbons, 

Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 
Taylor, "William Bellamy, ll, '96. Died June 29, 1899. 
Taylor, "W(illia)m C(hittendon), V, '08. Chemist, with the Corning Glass 

Works, Corning, N.Y. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 405 

Taylor, William M(ode), II, '86. President, Chandler & Taylor Co., 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Taylor, Winfred A(lbert), I, 1901-04. With Engineering Department, 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 15 Dey St., New York, 

N.Y. 
Tead, Mrs. Edward (Ordway, Louisa M.), V, 1877-78. 8 Aldersly St., 

Somerville, Mass. 
Teague, WCalter) O(wen), XIII, '02. Engineer and Inspector, Associated 

Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Cos., 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
Tebbets, James H(argraves), n, 1901-06. Draughtsman, with H. M. 

Byllesby & Co., Chicago, 111. 
Tebbetts, Eugene Lester, 1866-69. Deceased. 
Tedford, Lalia Crompton, 1878-79. 

Teele, Edward W., 1870-71. 49 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 
Temple, Arthur "W., 1871-72, 1873-74- In Real Estate Business, 35 Temple 

St., Reading, Mass. 
Temple, Edward Hastings, Jr., I, III, 1904-06, 1907-08. Superintendent, Aber- 

thaw Construction Co., 24 Edson St., Lowell, Mass. 
Temple, Francis W., 1873-74- 
Temple, John, n, 1893-95. 
Temple, Raymond B(arrus), n, '09. Draughtsman, with the C. H. Cowdrey 

Machine Works, 5 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass. 
Teulon, James A.,IV, 1872-73- P-O. Bo.x 1450, Bradford, Pa. 
Tenney, A(lbert) B(all), n, '94. Vice-President, Maiden Electric Co., 

201 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. 
Tenney, Frank, ill, '83. Assistant to President and Secretary, Pennsyl- 
vania Steel Co., Morris Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Tenney, Frank P., 1870-73- 
Tenney, Frederic, 1884-85. 
Tenney, Walter Harris, Jr., IX, 1885-87- Salesman, Albany Building, 

Boston, Mass. 
Tenney, William Field, I, ill, 1900-02. 
Tenney, Winthrop P(arker), VI, '93. Care of Continental Insurance Co., 

46 Cedar St., New York, N.Y. 
Tenny, Robert C, 1884-85. 

Ternan, T(erence) B(reifni), III, 1901-05. Bedford, Nova Scotia. 
Terrell, Charles, (Annapolis), IV, 1874-75. 728 17th St., Des Moines, Iowa. 
Terrell, Herbert A(rthur), II, '07. With Warren Webster & Co., Camden, 

N.J. 
Terrell, W(endell) P(hillips), B.S., II, '06. Professor of Mechanics and Sup- 
erintendent of Mechanical Department, Prairie View State Normal 

and Industrial College, Prairie View, Texas. 
Terry, Henry Kingsbury, Jr., 1895-96. 
Terry, Killey Eldridge, n, VI, 1902-04. Of Joy Manufacturing Co., 815 

Old South Building, Boston, Mass. 
Terry, Michael, X, 1905-06. Designer, with Buick Motor Co., Flint, Mich. 
Terry, Philip D(unbar) , I, 'lo. Waterville, N.Y. 



406 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Terry, Robert Cornelius, IV, 1893-94. 

Tetlow, John, v, X, 1904-07. Machinist, 39 Parkis Ave., Providence, R.I, 

Tetlow, Mrs. John (Howard, Elizabeth P.), V, 1876-77. 139 Davis Ave., 

Brookline, Mass. 
Teuteberg, Eugene Adolph, IV. 1897-00. 5880 Etzel Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
Tew, W(illiam) H(enry), II, 1894-97. Manufacturer, Carpenter-Tew Gear 

Co., 67 35th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Tewksbury, James Winthrop, IX, 1894-97- Banker, with Hawes, Tewksbury 

& Co., 19 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 
Thacher, L(awrence) M., I, 1882-86. Civil Engineer, with the Georgia 

Railway & Electric Co., Atlanta, Ga. 
Thacher, S(heldon) P(erry), v, 1904-07. Assistant Superintendent and 

Chemist, New Jersey Car Spring & Rubber Co., Jersey City, N.J. 
Thalheimer, William C(oolidge), I, '92. Consulting Engineer, 936 Marion 

Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Thanisch, F(rank) A(rthur), III, '96. Mining Engineer, Wickenburg, Ariz. 
Thanisch, Otto Conrad, II, '03. Died March 24, 1908. 
Thanisch, Mrs. R. J. (Hibbard, Marion), 1902-03. 151 Park St., West 

Roxbury, Mass. 
Thatcher, E(dward) Gordon, V, '02. Assistant Superintendent, Fall River 

Bleachery, Fall River, Mass. 
Thatcher, Harry L., 1867-69. 100 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 
Thaw, A(lexander) Blair, M.D., 1881-83. 135 E. 66th St., New York, N.Y. 
Thayer, Arthur W., I, 1873-75. Musical Composer, Conductor and Teacher 

of Singing, Pierce Building, Copley Square, Boston, Mass. 
Thayer, Deming J., 1869-70. 
Thayer, Edmund G., 1868-69. Deceased. 
Thayer, Edward G., 1868-69. Died February, 1906. 
Thayer, Ellis Cheney, B.S.C, vi, 1891-92. 
Thayer, George F. P., iv, 1868-69. 
Thayer, H(arry) M(artin), V, '00. Superintendent, Port Ivory Factories, 

The Proctor & Gamble Manufacturing Co., Port Ivory, Staten Island, 

N.Y. 
Thayer, Horace R(ichmond), M.S., I, '98. Assistant Professor of Struc- 
tural Engineering, Carnegie Technical Schools, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Thayer, Ralph C(arpenter), in, 1902-06. Mining Engineer, 10 Hamilton 

St., Dorchester, Mass. 
Thayer, Robert E(llis), n, '07. Associate Editor, Railway Age Gazette, 

83 Fulton St., New York, N.Y. 
Thayer, Sophie Gifford, vn, 1900-03. See Blunt, Mrs. Arthur. 
Thayer, William T., 1887-88. 
Thayer, William Wilberforce, Jr., X, 1892-93. 

Thbde, Allen Friedrich, VI, 1904-10. 73 Spring St., Medford, Mass. 
Thom, George Harry, 1864-66. 
Thomas, Albert Ernest, 1885-86. 
Thomas, A(lfred) C(larence), VI, '93. Engineer, New York Telephone Co., 

15 Dey St., New York, N.Y. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 407 

Thomas, A(rthur) S(cott), n, '06. Assistant to the President, I. E. Palmer 
Co., Middletown, Conn. 

Thomas, Charles Sewell, Jr., 1902-03. 1609 Sherman Ave., Denver, Colo. 

Thomas, Charles Sydney, III, 1899-02. Mining Engineer, Symes Building, 
Denver, Colo. 

Thomas, Douglas Hamilton, Jr., A.B., IV, 1893-95- With Parker, Thomas & 
Rice, Architects, Union Trust Building, Baltimore, Md. 

Thomas, E(dward) G(albraith), n, '87. Mechanical Engineer, The Boss 
Manufacturing Co., Kewanee, 111. 

Thomas, Ehner Irving, iv, 188&-89. Died 1896. 

Thomas, Francis Clark, IV, 1893-94. Architect, 1917 Stevens Ave., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 

Thomas, Francis C. P., 1886-87. 

Thomas, F(red) A(shton), I, 1883-85. Treasurer, The H. F. Jenks Co., 
Pawtucket, R.I. 

Thomas, Geo(rge) C(arlyle), n, '05. Engineer, with the Singer Manufac- 
turing Co., Factory 10, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Thomas, Geo(rge) G(illette), Jr., II, 1903-04. Draughtsman, Atlantic 
Coast Line Railroad Co., Wilmington, N.C. 

Thomas, Geo(rge) S(mith), B.S., Xin, '10. Marine Engine Estimator, 
Maryland Steel Co., Sparrows Point, Md. 

Thomas, Henry Ewan, B.S., v, 1895-96. 

Thomas, J(ames) W(inthrop), II, '95. Mechanical Engineer, N. E. Engi- 
neering Co., 50 Church St., New York, N.Y. 

Thomas, John H., 1885-86, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Thomas, J(ohn) J(oseph), S.B., II, '07. First Lieutenant, Ordnance De- 
partment, U.S. Army, Sandy Hook Proving Ground, Fort Hancock, N.J. 

Thomas, Percy H(olbrook), VI, '93. Consulting Electrical Engineer, 2 
Rector St., New York, N.Y. 

Thomas, Walter Grant, VI, 1902-03. Architect, 28 Newton St., Quincy, 
Mass. 

Thomas, W(illia)m B(acon), IV, 1890-94. Architect, 85 San Joaquin Build- 
ing, Stockton, Cal. 

Thomas, W(illiam) Harrison, Jr., v, '96. Superintendent, Cotton Prints, 
Limited, 205 Lake of the Woods Building, Montreal, Quebec. 

Thomas, W(illiam) R(ussell), ll, 1883-87. Mechanical Engineer, with 
E. D. Jones & Sons Co., 107 Wendell Ave., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Thompson, Abbot H(owe), VI, IX, 1904-07. 1908-09. Efficiency Engineer, 
Cutter, Fletcher & Co., 200 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

Thompson, Abby May, Ph.B., VII, 1895-96. Teacher, Charlestown High 
School, Charlestown, Mass. 

Thompson, A(lbert) W(illiam), n, '96. Superintendent, Lowell Machine 
Shop, Lowell, Mass. 

Thompson, Andrew, 1882-83, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Thompson, Andrew, Jr., 1883-84, School of Mechanic Arts. 

Thompson, B(ertram) A(ustin), II, 1902-03. Automobile Repairing, Abing- 
ton, Mas". 



408 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Thompson, Charles Edwin, 1888-89. 

Thompson, Edgar B(radford), n, 1878-80. Superintendent, Motive Power 
& Machinery, Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway, 62 
South Dale St., St. Paul, Minn. 

Thompson, Edward C(utter), n, '03. General Manager, Victor Tire Trac- 
tion Co., 16 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Thompson, Edwin D., 1868-69. 

Thompson, Fred(erick), I, '87. Civil Engineer, U.S.N. , Bureau of Yards 
and Docks, U.S. Navy Department, Washington, D.C. 

Thompson, H(erbert) A(rthur), VIII, '91. Manufacturer and Dealer in 
Scientific Apparatus, Amherst, Mass. 

Thompson, Herman E(llis), II, '04. Assistant Superintendent, Mechanical 
Department, Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., Manchester, N.H. 

Thompson, Mrs. John B. (Chandler, Edna Matilda), v, '99. 109 State 
St., Bangor, Me. 

Thompson, J(ohn) Gifford, V, 1887-91. 15 Moreland St., Boston, Mass. 

Thompson, L(eigh) A(dair), VI, 1901-03. Assistant Superintendent, W. H. 
McElwain Co., Eastside Factory, 452 Merrimac St., Manchester, 
N.H. 

Thompson, Louis A(mett), VI, '06. Engineering Department, Western Elec- 
tric Co., 463 West St., New York, N.Y. 

Thompson, Lewis S.,I, 1887-88. 

Thompson, Mary F., 1887-88. Teacher, Edward Everett School, Dorches- 
ter, Mass. 

Thompson, M(aurice) de Kay, Ph.D., VIII, '98. Assistant Professor of 
Electro-Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 
Mass. 

Thompson, M(aurice) R(aymond), XIV, 'n. Chemist, National Carbon 
Co., Clarksburg, W.Va. 

Thompson, Paul E(llis), X, 1906-09. Cranberry Grower, R.F.D. 175, Mid- 
dleboro, Mass. 

Thompson, Rebecca Hull, IV, '09. 50 Via San Basilio, Rome, Italy. 

Thompson, Sanford E(leazer), l, '89. Consulting Engineer, Newton High- 
lands, Mass. 

Thompson, Stansbury, 1, 11, 1904-07. Lawrence, Kans. 

Thompson, Uldric, Jr., I, 11, 1907-08, 1909-10. Student, Cornell University. 
Address, 706 Stewart Ave., Ithaca, N.Y. 

Thompson, "Walter S(cott),I, '87. Division Engineer, Pennsylvania Rail- 
road, Sunbury, Pa. 

Thompson, William Scott, 1887-88. 

Thomson, D(avid) P(eter), 1899-00. Electrical Engineer, General Con- 
sulting Work, D. C. Manufacture & Design, General Electric Co., 
West Lynn, Mass. 

Thomson, Harry Freeman, VI, 1909-10. 501 1 Washington Ave., St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Thomson, Henry B(owers), B.S., IV, '06. Of Thomson & Harrison, Archi- 
tects, 727 Wilson Building, Dallas, Texas. 



ALPHABETICAL REGISTER 4O9 

Thomson, Lucy D(oolittle), A.B., IV, '96. Draughtsman, Harding & Seaver, 
Pittsfield, IMass. 

Thomson, Mary J(ane), V, '98. 710 South St., Elizabeth, N.J. 

Thomson, Samuel F(orsythe) , I, '96. Assistant Engineer, Board of Water 
Supply, City of New York, P.O. Box E., New Paltz, N.Y. 

Thomson, Stuart, A. B., V, 1908-09. Electrical Engineer, with General Elec- 
tric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. 

Thombury, William Garland, B.S., IV, 1885-86. 

Thorndike, AUston Kingsley, XIII, 1903-04. Civil Engineer, with Lock- 
wood Greene & Co., 68 Harvard St., Medford, Mass. 

Thorndike, George Francis, 1864-69. 

Thorndike, Harry Hill, A.B., IV, 1890-92, 1893-95. Architect (retired), 175 
Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. 

Thorndike, John Richard, A.B., IV, 1904-06, 1907 08. 181 Marlborough St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Thorndike, Sturgis H(ooper), A.B., I, '95. Designing Engineer, Public 
Works Department, 60 City Hall, Boston, Mass. 

Thomley, Albert E(dward), II, '09. Assistant Superintendent, Narragan- 
sett Machine Co., Providence, R.L 

Thomley, Frank Atkinson, 1, 1891-92. 

Thornton, E(dmund) A(biel), I, '07. Engineer, Mine No. 2, Ray Consoli- 
dated Copper Co., Ray, Ariz. 

Thorp, Frank H(all), Ph.D., V, '89. Assistant Professor of Industrial Chem- 
istry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Thorp, Joseph A., 1884-85. 

Thorp, Lambert, V, '06. Instructor in Chemistry, University of Michi- 
gan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Thorpe, Mrs. Lewis S. (Liliencrantz, Edith), IV, '00. Covina, Los Angeles 
County, Cal. 

Throckmorton, Oak Lee, 1, 1905-08. 1031 N. Topeka Ave., Wichita, Kans. 

Thropp, J(oseph) Earlston, Jr., Ill, '94. Blast Furnace Superintendent, 
Inland Steel Co., Indiana Harbor, Ind. 

Thurber, C(linton) D(raper), I, '00. U.S. Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Thurber, Fred(erick), B(utler), 1902-03. Sales Manager, Tilden, Thurber 
Co., Providence, R.I. 

Thurber, John Houghton, III, 1892-93. 

Thurber, W(illia)m B(artlett), IX, '89. With Walter Baker & Co., Limited, 
Manufacturers of Chocolate and Cocoa, Dorchester, Mass. 

Thurlow, Leavitt WCeare), X, '08. Chief Chemist, Bureau of Science, 
Iloilo, P.I. 

Thurlow, Leon Rhodes, XI, 1897-01. Sanitary Engineer, 30 Church St., 
New York, N.Y. 

Thurlow, O(scar) G(owen), I, '04. Designing Engineer, Porto Rico Irriga- 
tion Service, Guayama, Porto Rico. 

Thurlow, William C, 1872-73. 

Thurston, R(alph) E(mery), VI, '02. General Manager, Putnam Light 
& Power Co., Putnam, Conn. 



410 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Thurston, Robert Shipman, I, 1907-08. Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Thwing, L(eroy) L(ivingstone), n, 1900-03. Salesman, Hill, Clarke «& Co., 
Incorporated, 156 Oliver St., Boston, Mass. 

Tibbits, James H., V, 1875-77. Farmer, Halcyon Park, New Rochelle, N.Y. 

Tidd, Arthvtr W(arren), I, '94. Section Engineer, Board of Water Supply 
of New York City, Yonkers, N.Y. 

Tidd, "Winthrop L(owe), n, '93. With the Oakland Mills, Taunton, Mass. 

Tieman, Martin F., A.B., vn, 1908-09. Charlotte, N.Y. 

Tietig, Rudolph, IV, '98. Of Tietig & Lee, Architects, Lyric Building, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Tiffany, George Stanton, IV, 1896-99. Captain and Adjutant, 21st U.S. 
Infantr^s Manila, P.L 

Tilden, Bryant Parrott, m, '68. Died February 15, 1912. 

Tilden, George T., 1868-69. Architect, 294 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 

Tilden, Merrill W(illiam), n, '10. Heating and Ventilating Contractor, 
with M. W. Tilden & Co., 180 North Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

Tileston, Katherine C, V, 1880-81. Milton, Mass. 

Tillard, Thomas A(tkinson) , B.A., 1, 1906-09. Government Irrigation Service, 
Khartoum, Sudan, Africa. 

Tilley, John, VI, '96. Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, Marc Eidlitz 
& Son, Builders, 489 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

TiUinghast, Cha(rle)s F(oster), n, '95. Assistant Sales Manager, Textile- 
Finishing Machinery Co., Providence, R.I. 

TiUinghast, Frederick Howard, c.E., xi, 1899-00. 

TiUinghast, Theo(dore) F(rancis), I, '70. Civil Engineer, (retired), 37 
Eighth St., New Bedford, Mass. 

TiUson, Percy E(than), VI, '06. Assistant Engineer, Bell Telephone Com- 
pany of Pennsylvania, Eleventh and Filbert Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Tilson, George M., 1887-88, School of Mechanic Arts. 

TUson, WUlard Curtis, V, 1886-90. Clerk, with Bliss, Fabyan & Co., Cotton 
Goods Commission Merchants, 72 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 

TUton, Charles E(lliott), A.B., m, 1908-10. Tilton, N.H. 

TUton, Mary Augusta, Mrs., vn, 1896-97. Teacher, 6 Sudbury Road, Con- 
cord, Mass. 

TUton, Osmon Baker, u, 1882-84. Proprietor of Nashua Grain Elevator, 
28 Concord St., Nashua, N.H. 

Tinkham, Edgar L(uther), Ph.B., VI, '97. P.O. Box 1151, Pasadena, Cal. 

Tinkham, S(amuel) E(verett),I, '73- Engineer of Construction, Bridge & 
Ferry Division, Public Works Department, 60 City Hall, Boston, Mass. 

TirreU, Mmot, Jr., 1881-83. Stockton, Cal. 

Tisdale, Harry Robert, B.S., V, 'II. New London, Conn. 

Titcomb, John Poore, 1882-83. 

Titcomb, Roland Elbert, II, xin„ 1898-02. Rowley, Mass. 

Tobey, Minerva B(ucklin), Mrs., 1892-93. See Angel 1, Mrs. Rufus G. 

Tobey, Reginald Sprague, IX, 1894-95. 

Tobin, James Joseph, S.B., xm, 1907-08. Civil Engineering, Massachusetts