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. Universities and their sons; history, influence and characteristics of American universities, with biographical sketches and portraits of alumni and recipients of honorary degrees. , when he had the ThirdCommencement Oration. The College conferredupon him the degree of Master of Science in 1875.He spent the year 1874 in studying business andcommercial methods in the office of his father inNew York City, and afterwards passed the examina-tion for and received the appointment of AssistantPrincipal in Grammar School No. 26 in New YorkCity, where he remained during the years 1875 *o1879. Meanwhi

. Universities and their sons; history, influence and characteristics of American universities, with biographical sketches and portraits of alumni and recipients of honorary degrees. , when he had the ThirdCommencement Oration. The College conferredupon him the degree of Master of Science in 1875.He spent the year 1874 in studying business andcommercial methods in the office of his father inNew York City, and afterwards passed the examina-tion for and received the appointment of AssistantPrincipal in Grammar School No. 26 in New YorkCity, where he remained during the years 1875 *o1879. Meanwhi Stock Photo
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. Universities and their sons; history, influence and characteristics of American universities, with biographical sketches and portraits of alumni and recipients of honorary degrees. , when he had the ThirdCommencement Oration. The College conferredupon him the degree of Master of Science in 1875.He spent the year 1874 in studying business andcommercial methods in the office of his father inNew York City, and afterwards passed the examina-tion for and received the appointment of AssistantPrincipal in Grammar School No. 26 in New YorkCity, where he remained during the years 1875 *o1879. Meanwhile, he had been studying law atColumbia Law School, from which he received hisdegree in 1876, and in the ofifice of Hon. ElihuRoot, now Secretary of War, and was appointedAssistant United States District Attorney under Mr.Root in 1883. He held this position until 1886,continuing under United States District AttorneysWilliam H. Dorsheimer and Stephen J. Walker, UNIVERSITIES ANB THEIR SONS ^SS when he resigned to devote himself to privatepractice. Mr. Tifft was appointed Inspector ofPublic Schools in the fall of 1897 and reappointedin 1.S99 for a term of five years. He has been. HENRY N. TIFFl a member and Secretary of the Board of Directorsof the New York Juvenile Asylum since 1891 ; isa Director and member of the Executive Committeeof the West Side Branch of the Young Mens Chris-tian Association; a Trustee of Delta Kappa EpsilonClub and a member of Phi Beta Kappa and theDown-Town Association. He is an Independent inpolitics. Mr. Tifft married, November 20, 1883,Gertrude Havens. They have two children : HenryNeville, Jr., and Gertrude Havens Tifft. LANCASHIRE, James Henry Columbia M.D. 1883.Born in Lanark, Ont., 1858; educated in publicschools of Saratoga Springs, N. Y. ; fitted for Collegeat the Classical Institute at Schenectady, N. Y. ; grad-uated Columbia Medical School, 1883; practised medi-cine for some time in Saratoga Springs, and thenbecame associated with his father-in