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MONTGOMERY SCHUYLER, N. Y. City; Author of Studies in American Architecture, 1892.
ASTROLOGY--ASTRONOMY-NAVIGATION CHARLES LEANDER DOOLITTLE, C.E. ; Professor of Mathematics, Flower Professor of
Astronomy and Director of the Flower Observatory, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Author of Treatise on Practical Astronomy, as applied to Geodesy and Navigation, 1890.
NATHANIEL LORD BRITTON, Ph.D.; Emeritus Professor of Botany, Columbia University,
New York City, and Director of the New York Botanical Garden. Author, with Addison Brown, of An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States, Canada and the British Possessions, 3 vols., 1896–97.
PROF. MANSFIELD MERRIMAN, Ph.D.
CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC LEWIS MILLS NORTON, Ph.D.; Professor of Organic and Industrial Chemistry in Massachu
setts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass., 1883–93. Author of Chemical Synonyms. PROF. WM. H. CHANDLER, Ph.D.
CHEMISTRY, INORGANIC WILLIAM BUSH SCHOBER, Ph.D.; Instructor in Organic Chemistry and Chemical Philos
ophy, Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa. PROF. WM. H. CHANDLER, Ph.D.
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY FREDERICK WILLIAM SPANUTIUS, M.S.; Instructor in Qualitative Analysis, Industrial
Chemistry and Assaying in the Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa. PROF. WM. H. CHANDLER, Ph.D.
CIVIL ENGINEERING MANSFIELD MERRIMAN, Ph.D.; Professor of Civil Engineering in the Lehigh University,
South Bethlehem, Pa. Author of Bridges, 1876; Least Squares, 1877; Roofs and Bridges, 1888; Hydraulics, 1889; Geodetic Surveying, 1893; Retaining Walls and Masonry Dams, 1893.
CLASSICAL AND ORIENTAL LITERATURE AND BIOGRAPHY EDMUND MORRIS HYDE, Ph.D.; Professor of Latin, Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa.
CUSTOMS—MANNERS-GAMES-MAGIC STEWART CULIN, Philadelphia, Pa.; Director of the Museums of Archæology and Paleontol
ogy, University of Pennsylvania. Author of Religious Ceremonies of the Chinese in the
Eastern Cities of the United States, 1887; Chinese in America, 1887; Gambling Games
of the Chinese in America, 1891; Korean Games, 1895. PROF. WM. H. CHANDLER, Ph.D.
ECONOMICS-ETHICS EDWARD POTTS CHEYNEY, Professor of European History, University of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, Pa. Author of Third Revolution, 1892; Medieval Manor, 1894. ALBERT S. BOLLES, Philadelphia, Pa.; Lecturer on Banking, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Author of Financial History of the United States, and Practical Banking.
ELECTRICITY-PHYSICS GEORGE FREDERICK BARKER, D.Sc.; Professor of Physics, University of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, Pa. Author of Text-Book of Elementary Chemistry, 1870; Physics, 1893. ARTHUR WILLIS GOODSPEED, Ph.D.; Assistant Professor of Physics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
ENGRAVING-ENGRAVERS ANDREW VARICK STOUT ANTHONY, New York; American Artist and Engraver, espe
cially successful in engraving. His illustrations of Whittier's Snow Bound, 1867; Long
fellow's Skeleton in Armor, 1877; and Hawthorne's Scarlet Letter, 1878, are well known. WILLIAM JAMES LINTON, New Haven, Conn.; Member of the National Academy of De
sign; Anglo-American Wood Engraver, Poet and Prose Writer. Author of Wood Engraving, 1879–87; Masters of Wood Engraving, 1892; Claribel and other Poems, 1865; LoveLore, 1887; Life of John Greenleaf Whittier, 1893.
EXPLOSIVES PETER SMITH MICHIE, LL.D.; Colonel U. S. Army and Professor of Natural and Experi
mental Philosophy, United States Military Academy, West Point, N. Y. Author of Elements of Wave-Motion, relating to Sound and Light, 1882; Life and Letters of Gen. Upton, 1885; Personnel of Seacoast Defense, 1887; Elements of Analytical Mechanics, 1887; Elements of Hydro-Mechanics, 1888; Practical Astronomy, 1893.
PROF. WM. H. CHANDLER, Ph.D.
GEOGRAPHY, POLITICAL-GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL HENRY GANNETT, Geographer; Chief Topographer of U. S. Geological Survey, Washington,
D.C. Author of Dictionary of Altitudes, 1891; Manual of Topographic Surveying; Sta
tistics of the Negroes in the United States, 1894; Occupations of the Negroes, 1895; Building of a Nation; Growth, Present Condition and Resources of the United States, with Forecast of the Future, 1895.
GEOLOGY-PALEONTOLOGY EDWARD WALLER CLAYPOLE, D.Sc., F.G.S.; Professor of Natural Science, Buchtel Col
lege, Akron, Ohio. Paleontologist to the Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania. Author of Lake Age in Ohio, 1888.
A. V. S. ANTHONY.
HEAT PROF. GEORGE F. BARKER, D.Sc. PROF. A. W. GOODSPEED, Ph.D.
HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY-ANCIENT AND MODERN MYTHOLOGY
ogy; with Rev. B. M. Smucker, D.D., he revised The Lutherium Ministerium Hymns, 1868. Editor of Lippincott's Magazine.
JURISPRUDENCE-LEGAL BIOGRAPHY FRANCIS M. BURDICK, LL.B.; Dwight Professor of Law, Columbia University, New York
City, and Author of Study of Law as a Part of a General Education, 1887; Direct Taxes, 1889; Cases on Torts, 1891; Law of Sales of Personal Property, 1897.
LIGHT PROF. GEORGE F. BARKER, D.Sc. PROF. A. W. GOODSPEED, Ph.D.
LITERATURE, CLASSICAL AND ORIENTAL
PROF. EDMUND M. HYDE, Ph.D.
LITERATURE, EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN JAMES ORMSBEE MURRAY, D.D., LL.D.; Holmes Professor of Belles Lettres and the English
Language and Letters, Princeton University, Princeton, N. J. Author of Life of Francis Wayland, 1891.
MACHINES--MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FREDERICK REMSEN HUTTON, E.M., Ph.D.; Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Colum
bia University, New York City; Secretary of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Author of The Mechanical Engineering of Power Plants, 1897.
MAGNETISM PROF. GEORGE F. BARKER, D.Sc. PROF. A. W. GOODSPEED, Ph.D.
PROF. WM. H. CHANDLER, Ph.D.
MATHEMATICS OREN ROOT, D.D., L.H.D.; Pratt Professor of Mathematics, Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y.;
previously Professor in the State University of Missouri, 1866–71, and President of Pritchett College, in Missouri, 1871–80.
JOSEPH WILLIAM RICHARDS, Ph.D.; Assistant Professor of Metallurgy, Mineralogy and
Blowpiping, Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa. Author of Aluminium, its Properties, Metallurgy and Alloys, 1887.
CLEVELAND ABBE, Ph.D., LL.D.; Astronomer and Meteorologist, Professor of Meteorology
in the United States Weather Bureau at Washington, D. C., and deviser of the present system of Standard Time. Editor of The Monthly Weather Review.
MILITARY SCIENCE-ORDNANCE-SMALL ARMS-EXPLOSIVES
PROF. P. S. MICHIE, U.S.A.
MINERALOGY–MINING ENGINEERING WILLIAM HENRY PETTEE, A.M.; Professor of Mineralogy, Economic Geology and Mining
Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Assistant on the Geological Survey of California 1870–71. Author of Contributions to Barometric Hypsometry, 1874.
HENRY EDWARD KREHBIEL, New York City; Musical Critic of the N. Y. Tribune. Author
of Technics of Violin Playing, 1880; Studies in the Wagnerian Drama, 1891.
WILLIAM H. JAQUES, U.S.N.; Secretary of Sub-committee of U. S. Senate on Ordnance and
Warships 1885. Author of Ericsson's Destroyer and Submarine Gun, 1885; Heavy Ordnance for National Defense, 1885; Modern Armor for National Defense, 1886; Torpedoes for National Defense, 1886.
PAINTING-PAINTERS WILLIAM HENRY GOODYEAR, A.M., New York City; Lecturer on Art and Archæology in
the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences. Author of History of Art, 1887; Grammar of the Lotus, 1891; Roman and Mediæval Art, 1893; Renaissance and Modern Art, 1894.
PROF. FREDERICK M. BIRD, D.D.
FRANCIS BARTON GUMMERE, Ph.D.; Professor of English and German Languages, Haver
ford College, Pa. Author of Handbook of Poetics, 1885; Gerinanic Origins, 1892; Old English Ballads, 1894; The Merchant of Venice, 1896.
York City. Author of Elements of Logic, 1893; Ethics of Hume, 1893; Elements of