196. Joseph Henry Ayers
Joseph attended the University of Denver and Colorado College. He was an accountant and worked for Colorado Fuel & Iron Company, Rocky Mountain Fuel Co. (as cashier) and Colorado National Bank (as cashier). He served as an elder in the Littleton Presbyterian Church (1910-1945) and was a member of the Colorado Poetry Society. He was a winner of the Colorado State Poetry Contest.
Ruth M. Valette
Ruth attended Rockford Seminary and Colorado College.
Nora Pauline Hurst
Attended Chicago and Pennsylvania nursing schools and was an instructor in nursing.
197. Elsie Carlton Ayers
Elsie was a graduate of the Chicago Kindergarten College (1899) and was principle of kindergartens in Fort Collins, Colorado (1900-1905).
Elsie's date and place of death are from the Social Security Death Index.
Harry Carson Riddle
Harry was a District Court judge in Denver, Colorado.
200. James Chester Rea
James graduated from the University of California and was a mechanical and electrical engineer.
David Emmett Gulick
David was vice president and sales manager of the Eljer Co. (Eljer division of Murray Corporation of Pittsburgh) until his retirement in 1950.
David's dates and places of birth and death are from the Social Security Death Index.
202. Elizabeth Rea Ayers
Elizabeth attended Miss Dana's School, and Pennsylvania College for Women (now Chatham College).
Graham Chapin Wells
Graham was a life insurance agent for Provident Mutual Life Insurance Company of Philadelphia and was president of the New York Life Underwriters Association and the National Association of Life Underwriters. He was chairman of the Underwriters Advisory Council of the Chase National Bank and the Committee on Life Insurance and Trust Company Cooperation of the Life Underwriters. He served in the Bureau of Classification, Personnel, War Department. He pioneered in uses for life insurance with credits, trusts and college financing. He was an elder in the First Presbyterian Church.
352. Clinton Ayers Wells
Clinton was living in New York after 1935 (according to the Social Security Death Index), and was living in Maplewood, Essex County, New Jersey at the time of his death.
Clinton earned a B.S. from Dartmouth in 1923. He was working as a trust officer for Chemical Corn Exchange Bank, in 1960.
Marjorie Brooks Smith
Marjorie was living in New Haven, Connecticut at the time of her death, according to the Social Security Death Index.
Marjorie attended Bradford Junior College (1936) and Katharine Hibbs School (1937).
Henry Peyton Hopkins
Henry attended Eaton College and Oxford University (B.M.E.) and served in the U.S. Army in WWI.
207. George Black Rea
George attended Haverford, Delancey and Lawrenceville, as well as the University of Pennsylvania and Princeton (where he earned a degree in civil engineering in 1904). George was a civil engineer.
Helen Howell Ingham
Helen attended the Convent of the Sacred Heart in Atlantic City.
212. James Childs Rea
James graduated from Shady Side Academy (1900) and Princeton University (B.S., 1904). He was an industrialist and worked as Assistant Chemist and Chiuef Clerk for Colonial Steel Company (1904-1906), Assistant Superintendant of Bar and Wrought Iron Puddle Mills (1906-1919), Vice-President of the Oliver Iron & Steel Co. (1919-1928), office of Henry W. Oliver Estate (1928-1935), member of the board of directors and Vice President of Pittsburgh Business Properties, Inc., Henry W. Oliver Estate (1935-1954), member of the board of directors of the Oliver Iron & Steel Co. (1919-1954), member of the board of directors of the Calumet, Arizona Copper, and New Corenlia Copper Companies from 1927 until their merger with Phelps Dodge in 1931, Phelps Dodge and Phelps Dodge Copper Products Co. (1931 to after 1960), the Montour Railroad and the Youngstown Railroad (1942 and 1949, respectively, to after 1960), Fidelity Trust Co. (1929-July 15, 1959), member of the board of trustees of Dollar Savings Bank (1926-after 1960), vice-president of Dollar Savings Bank (1935-after 1960).
James was on the board of directors of Shady Side Academy (1926-after 1960), was on the board of directors of the Pittsburgh Y.M.C.A. (treasurer from 1934), was on the board of directors of Carnegie Institute of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Institute of Technology (1935-after 1960),
Julia P. Dodge
Julia graduated from Brearley in 1904. Shea was a member of the board of directors of the Pittsburgh Y.M.C.A. (1915-1955), of the board of managers of the Home for Crippled Children (1915- after 1960), was president of the Home for Crippled Children (1935-1948), was active in Women's Societies of the Shadyside Presbyterian Church and was a member of the Serbian Relief Committee of America (1914-1915) [I'm not sure how I feel about that, since it was a Serbian student, Gavrilo Princip, who ignited WWI by assassinating Bosnia's Archduke Francis Ferdinand] and she recieved the "Cross of Mercy" from the Serbian government in recognition of her work and interest in the Serbian people.
213. Marjory Rea
Marjory attended Dilworth Hall and MIss Porter's School.
Henry Hughart Laughlin
Henry graduated from Princeton University in 1900.
214. Marianne Howe Rea
Marianne attended Miss Stuart's and Mrs. Dow's schools and the Pennsylvania College for Women (presently Chatham College). She was active in the Y.M.C.A., the Home for Aged Presbyterian Women, Shadyside Presbyterian Hospital (Women's Auxiliary) and Shadyside Presbyterian Church.