Hughes, Felix; singer; born at Lancaster, Mo., Oct. 1, 1874; son of Felix Turner and Jean Amelia Summerlin Hughes; brother of Rupert H. (q. v.); academic education; studied at Rudy Institution, Paris, and under singing masters in Paris, Berlin and London; married, Adella Prentiss, of Cleveland, Oct. 5, 1904; appeared in concerts in France; made debut in La Juive, Liege, Belgium; returned to United States, 1901; has sung in concerts, recitals, and oratorios under Van der Stucken and Paur; baritone; repertoire includes 40 operas and all standard oratorios. Clubs: Hermit, Euclid, Mayfield Country.
Location: Paris France
Herrick, Frederick C.; physician; born, Cleveland, Oct. 31, 1872; son of Henry J. and Mary Brooks Herrick; educated, Amherst College (A. B., 1894), Medical Dept., Western Reserve University, (M. D., 1897), University of Goettingen, Germany, 1898-1900; London General Hospital. 1895-1896; married, Paris, France, July 20, 1898, Annie Bayard Crowell; issue, Henry C. and Frederick C., Jr.; capt. and surgeon, 0. N. G., ten years, on duty with Troop A.; F. A. C. S.; associate in surgery, medical Dept. Western Reserve University; associate in surgery, Charity Hospital; surgeon-in-charge, Charity Hospital Surgical Dispensary; member American Urological Ass’n Cleveland Academy of Medicine and
Lorenz, Carl; journalist; born, Stuttgaart, Germany, March 31, 1858; early education in Germany; at the age of 18, went to Switzerland for further study; remained three years; graduated from the University of Geneva, in 1879; taught school in Paris for two and one-half years; taught Languages in London for two years; came to the United States in 1881; engaged in newspaper work in New York City, for two years; in 1883, located in Portsmouth, O.; resumed teaching, and was principal of a German School until 1887; came to Cleveland, and in 1880, became connected with The Waechter and Anzeiger; now
Uhlrich, Emile Marie; architect; born, Epinal, France, March 28, 1873; son of Louis F. and Francoise Von der Scheer Uhlrich; educated, Ecole, Fenelon, Vanjours, France; Lycee, St. Nicholas, Paris, France; Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, France; married, Le Havre, France, October, 1908, Marguerite Augustine Juliette Gembre; pupil of Berger and Maistranse, Paris, France, 1890; designer for Des Jardines & Hayward, Cincinnati, 1894; established alone since 1904; representative works, St. Elizabeth’s Church, Cincinnati, O.; St. Rocop, St. Francis, St. Johns, St. Ladislas churches; St. Michaels, Our Lady of Lourdes schools; J. L. Hudson Co.’s Building, Cleveland, Akron Music Hall, St. Mary’s
Wason, Charles William; retired; born, Cleveland, April 20, 1854; son of Charles and Matilda Parker Wason; graduated, Cornell University, 1876; married, Paris, France, January, 1882, Jettie Anna Morrill; issue, two daughters, Jettie, now Mrs. Harold Edwards, Velda, now Mrs. John A. Rithet; married, Cleveland, September, 1896, Margaret Wright; married, Hamilton, Canada, February, 1901, Mabel Breckenridge; director Cleveland, Painesville & Eastern; Northern Ohio Traction and Light Co., Williamson Building Co.; trustee Cleveland Associated Charities; member Kappa Alpha, Carnellian Council, Cleveland Engineering Society, Bibliophile Society, Union, Country, Mayfield, Willowwick and Rowfant Clubs.
Sollmann, Torald Hermann; physician; born, Coburg, Germany, Feb. 10, 1874; son of August and Adelhaid (Eckhardt) Sollmann; educated, gymnasium, Coburg, 1884-1888, special studies, 1888-1893; student of pharmacy, chemistry and medicine, Paris, France, 1893-1894; M. D., Western Reserve University, 1896; special studies, Strassburg, summer, 1899; married Alice M. Sersall, of Warren, Pa., June, 1902; demonstrator physiology, 1895-1899, lecturer pharmacology, 1898-1901, asst. prof. pharmacology and materia medica, 1901-1904, prof. since 1904, Western Reserve Medical College; member council on pharmacy and chemistry, A. M. A. Author: Textbook of Pharmacology with Some Allied Science (2d edition), 1906; (with R. A. Hatcher) Textbook of Materia
Rigo, Henri S.; chef, Hollenden Hotel; born, Vienna, Austria, Feb. 9, 1882; son of Simon and Hedwig Filler Rigo; educated in public schools in Vienna; at the age of 14, went to Paris, and served two years’ apprenticeship in cooking masters business; studied four years in London; married, Feb. 22, 1906, Miss Katherine O’Shea; while in London, chef at the Mount Ephraim Hotel, and for Lord Lambington, one year; came to New York, and worked in Cafe Martin for one year; went to Florida; in the Royal Poinciona Hotel, at Palm Beach; then in West Virginia for six months; returned
Rogers, James Hotchkiss; pianist, organist; born, Fair Haven, Conn., Feb. 7, 1857; son of Martin L. and Harriet (Hotchkiss` Rogers; educated, Lake Forest, Ill.; studied music, Berlin and Paris, 1875-1880; married Alice Abigail Hall, of Indianapolis, Oct. 20, 1891; composer of about 150 compositions, including songs, piano pieces, anthems and part songs; two cantatas: “The Man of Nazareth”; “The New Life”; as well as part songs and music for organ and violin.
CYRUS STRONG MERRILL, M. D. AMONG the noted professional men of Albany no name shines with greater resplendency in a special department of science than that of Dr. C. S. Merrill, the eminent oculist and aurist. On the 21st of September, 1847, in the town of Bridport, Vermont, he first saw the light. His parents were Edward Henry Merrill and Sarah Wilson Strong, whose ancestors were among the earliest settlers of that state and exerted a marked influence on its affairs before, as well as since the revolution. From his earliest years the natural inclination of his genius was plainly