William Lawrence Tower
William Lawrence Tower (1872–??) was an American zoölogist, born in Halifax, Massachusetts. He was educated at the Lawrence Scientific School (Harvard), the Harvard Graduate School, and the...
Frederic Ward Putnam
Frederic Ward Putnam (April 16, 1839 in Salem, Massachusetts – August 14, 1915 in Cambridge, Massachusetts) was an American anthropologist.
Putnam was born and raised in Salem, Massachusetts, the...
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Charles B. Atwood
Charles B. Atwood (1849–1895) was an architect who designed several buildings and a large number of secondary structures for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. He also designed a number...
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Burt Green Wilder
Burt Green Wilder (August 11, 1841 – January 21, 1925) was an American comparative anatomist, born in Boston to David and Celia Colton Wilder. He graduated at Harvard (Lawrence Scientific Scho...
Eben Jenks Loomis
Eben Jenks Loomis (November 11, 1828 – December 2, 1912) was an American astronomer, born in Oppenheim, New York. He attended the Lawrence Scientific School (Harvard) in 1851-53; was assistant i...
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Simon Newcomb
Simon Newcomb (March 12, 1835 – July 11, 1909) was a Canadian-American astronomer and mathematician. Though he had little conventional schooling, he made important contributions to timekeeping a...
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John Daniel Runkle
John Daniel Runkle (October 11, 1822 – July 8, 1902) was a U.S. educator and mathematician. He served as acting president of MIT from 1868–70 and president between 1870 and 1878.
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William Robert Ware
William Robert Ware (27 May 1832 – 9 June 1915), born in Cambridge, Massachusetts into a family of the Unitarian clergy, was an American architect, author, and founder of two important American ...
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John Goddard Stearns, Jr.
John Goddard Stearns (1843 - September 17, 1917), an American architect, was the cofounder of the firm Peabody & Stearns. He was an engineer and an 1863 graduate of Harvard University's Lawrence S...
Samuel Philip Sadtler
Samuel Philip Sadtler, Ph.D., LL.D. (July 18, 1847–December 20, 1923) was an American chemist,and the first President of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers in 1908.
Sadtler was bor...
Charles Edward Munroe
Charles Munroe redirects here. FOr those of a simialr name, see Charles Monroe (disambiguation) and Charles Monro (disambigation)Charles Edward Munroe (24 May 1849 – 7 December 1938) was an Ameri...
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John D. Van Buren, Jr.
John Dash Van Buren, Jr. (August 8, 1838 New York City - March 11, 1918 New Brighton, Staten Island, New York City) was an American civil engineer, naval engineer, lawyer and politician from New York....
Simon J. Murphy, Jr.
Simon Jones Murphy, Jr. was Mayor of Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Murphy was born Simon Jones Murphy, Jr. on March 27, 1851 in Maine. His father was Simon J. Murphy, Sr., a prominent lumberman. He atten...
Milton Bradley
Milton Bradley (November 8, 1836 – May 30, 1911) was an American game pioneer, credited by many with launching the board game industry in North America with Milton Bradley Company.In 2004, he was post...
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William Le Baron Jenney
William Le Baron Jenney (September 25, 1832—June 14, 1907) was an American architect and engineer who is known for building the first skyscraper in 1884 and became known as the Father of the Ame...
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Henry James Clark
Henry James Clark, American naturalist; born in Easton, Massachusetts, June 22, 1826; graduated at New York University 1848; became a pupil of Asa Gray at the Cambridge botanical garden; graduated at ...
Theodore Lyman (Massachusetts)
Theodore Lyman III (August 23, 1833 - September 9, 1897) was a natural scientist, military staff officer during the American Civil War, and United States Representative from Massachusetts.
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Charles F. Chandler
Charles Frederick Chandler (December 6, 1836 – August 25, 1925) was an American chemist, best known for his regulatory work in public health, sanitation, and consumer safety in New York City, as well ...
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Henry Augustus Ward
Henry Augustus Ward (1834–1906) was an American naturalist and geologist, born in Rochester, New York.After attending Williams College and the Lawrence Scientific School, Harvard, where he was an assi...
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David Ames Wells
David Ames Wells (June 17, 1828 – November 5, 1898) was an American engineer, textbook author, economist and advocate of low tariffs.Born in Springfield, Massachusetts, he graduated from Williams Coll...
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Horace Mann Jr.
Horace Mann Jr. (1844-1868) was an American botanist, son of the man considered "father of American Public Education". His mother was one of the famous Peabody Sisters Mary Tyler Peabody Mann. Mentore...
Howard Elliott (railroad executive)
Howard Elliott (December 6, 1860 - July 8, 1928) was president of Northern Pacific Railway 1903-1913, and president of New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad beginning in 1913.
He was born on D...
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Charles Edward Faxon
Charles Edward Faxon (January 21, 1846 – February 6, 1918) was an American botanical artist and instructor of botany born in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts.In 1867 he received his degree in civil engine...
Ralph Hosmer
Ralph Sheldon Hosmer (March 4, 1874 - July 20, 1963) was Hawaii's first territorial forester, a contemporary of Gifford Pinchot who was among the group of educated American foresters that organized wh...
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Lewis M. Haupt
Lewis Muhlenberg Haupt (21 March 1844, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania - 10 March 1937, Cynwyd, Pennsylvania) was a United States civil engineer. His career emphasized work on waterways.
His parents wer...