Who's who in Pennsylvania: A Biographical Dictionary of Contemporaries, Volume 1

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Page 224 - Report of a Commission Appointed to Consider a General System of Drainage for the Valleys of Mystic, Blackstone and Charles Rivers, 1886 (State publ.).
Page 290 - Flora of the Blue Hills, Middlesex Fells, Stony Brook and Beaver Brook Reservations of the Met. Park Comm'n; also contb'r to various bot.
Page 327 - Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, the text-book of Christian Science. Through spiritual illumination she discerned the might, majesty, and supremacy of the Christ-mind. Every page of this text-book is luminous with the substance and reality of God and His spiritual universe, including man. The radium of Spirit penetrates, dissolves, and disperses the substanceless shadows...
Page 358 - Tax Lists of the Town of Providence During the Administration of Sir Edmund Andros and his Council, 1686-1689.
Page 255 - Dorothy; was for 10 yrs. mem. of that organization, singing premier basso r6tes, his most noted part being Will Scarlett in Robin Hood; became leading man in Alice Nielsen Opera Co., Sept., 1898. playing The Fortune Teller.
Page 297 - ... Vt., 1879; tech. ed'n 3 yrs. at Johns Hopkins Univ., 1884-6 (Ph. D.. same, 1886); m. June 29, 1886, Mary C. Hopkins. Sec. Am. Statist. Assn., Boston, 1886-1906; vice-president Am. Econ. Assn.; sp'l expert agt. on wages, 12th Census. Was chmn. Mass. Bd. to Investigate Subject of the Unemployed, 1895, and mem. Comm'n to Investigate Public Charitable and Reformatory Interests of Mass., 1897; mem. com. on relations between employer and employe, 1904. Author: Syllabus on Political History Since 1815,...
Page 177 - Organist and choirmaster Pilgrim Cong'l Ch., Worcester, Mass., since 1890; mus. dir. and conductor, Worcester Oratorio Soc. ; founder and conductor series of free oratorio concerts, given In Worcester, at which has been given the first performance In New England of several important mus. works; v.-p. Worcester Co.
Page 80 - Assn. of Collegiate Alumnae, 1892-4; sec.-treas. same. 1895-8. Contributor to newspapers, mag's, etc., especially on health of college women and child study. Address: 30 Elmgrove Av., Providence, RI BARUS, Carl, physicist: . Cincinnati, Feb.
Page 215 - Dorchester diet, of Boston since 1870. Student and writer on bot. subjects; contb'r to Rhodora; prepared "List of Plants Growing Naturally in Milton, Mass.," for History of Town of Milton, published by town. Mem. New England Bot. Club (v.-p.); Boston Bar Assn. Residence: Dorchester. Office: 16 State St., Boston.
Page 102 - L. 1., 1899; Nature Study School, Coll. of Agr., Kingston, RI, 1899; Nature Study Class, Marine Biol. Laboratory, Woods Holl, Mass., 1900-1: also studied at Nature Study School, Cornell Univ. (AM, Ph. D., Taylor Univ.): m. Portland. Conn., July 2, 1882, Mary Augusta Pelton. Editor "Nature and Science

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