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tory and English, Beloit, Wis., 1902-03; teacher of English, South Division High School, Milwaukee, Wis. Mem. Smith Coll. Alumnae Ass'n, Ass'n Collegiate Alumnae.

DANIELS, Coralinn Morrison, Franklin, Mass.

Author; b. Lowell, Mass., Mar. 17, 1852; dau. Abraham B. and Mary Elizabeth (Pond) Morrison; ed. Pondville, Maiden, Mass.; Milford, Del.; Beverly, N.J.; Dean Acad, Franklin, Mass.; m. Oneonta, N.Y., July 10, 1871, Joseph H. Daniels (died 1908). Began literary career with The Golden Rule (Adirondack Murray's paper), Boston; with Hartford Times ten years, general press thirty years. Author: Sardia, a novel; The Bronze Buddha; As It Is To Be; Psychic Philosophy; The Nurse, Mrs. Roberts' Conversion, story; Encyclopaedia of Superstitions and Occult Sciences, 3 vols, (editor); Orriston, a novel; The Windharp and Other Poems; The Philosophy of Omar Khayyam. Mem. Am. Folk-Lore Soc; Royal Asiatic Soc, London, Eng.; Soc. of Science, Literature and Art, London; Theosophical Soc, N.Y. Universalist. Mem. Alden Club, Franklin, Mass. Recreation: Travel.

DANIELS, Harriet McDougal, Clinton, N.Y.

Teacher, settlement worker; b. Clinton, N.Y.; prepared for college by private study; student at Bryn Mawr Coll., 1900-01. Instructor in mathematics, Charlton School, N.Y. City, 1903-05; teacher in George Junior Republic, Freeville, N.Y., summer 1905; teacher of mathematics, University School for Boys, Detroit, Mich., 1905-06; Charlton School, N.Y. City, 1906-10. Resident at Union Settlement, N.Y. City, 1908-10; organizer and director of social centre, Princeton, N.J., since 1910.

DANIELS, Mabel Wheeler, 198 Babcock St., Brookline, Mass.

Composer and author; b. Swampscott, Mass.; dau. George F. and Maria (Wheeler) Daniels; ed. Boston Latin School; Radcliffe Coll., A.B. 1900 (magna cum laude). Studied in Germany; in 1911 received two prizes offered by Nat. Federation of Musical Clubs for musical compositions; now director of music at Simmons Coll., Boston. Vice-pres. Radcliffe Musical Ass'n. Author: An American Girl in Munich — Impressions of a Music Student; composer of many songs, part songs and larger works. Clubs: Women's University (N.Y. City), Authors' College, Vincent Musical Art, MacDowell, Chromatic (Boston); honorary mem. of Nat. Fed. of Musical Clubs. Recreation: Ice skating. Unitarian. Favors woman suffrage.

DANIELS, Mary Louise (Mrs. Charles Herbert Daniels), 98 Atwood St., Wellesley, Mass.

Born Tolland, Conn., Dec. 24, 1857; dau. Charles and Mary Anthony (Hawkins) Underwood; ed. Smith Coll., special student 1881-83, an alumnae of class '85 (mem. Alpha Soc); m. Tolland, Conn., May 28, 1884, Rev. Charles Herbert Daniels; children: Margarette, Agnes Carter. Pres. of the Woman's Board of Missions (Congregational) since 1906; headquarters 704 Congregational House, Boston, Mass. Congregationalist.

DANIELS, Sarah E., Claverack, N.Y.

Teacher; b. Montrose, Pa., Jan. 29, 1847; dau. David Post and Sarah A. (Best) Daniels; ed. Vassar Coll., A.B. '69 (Phi Beta Kappa); Rutgers Female Coll., A.M. '84. Taught in Poughkeepsie, 1870-72, and in N.Y. City, 1872-96. Presbyterian. Mem. D.A.R. (N.Y. City Chapter), Nat. Historical Soc, Vassar Students' Aid Soc, the Nantucket Maria Mitchell Ass'n, Ass'n Coll. Alumnae. Recreations: The study of French and German. Has traveled extensively in U.S. and Europe and made a seven-months' trip around the world. Mem. Women's University Club (N.Y. City), College Club (N.Y. City).

DANIELSON, Frances Weld, Danielson, Conn.

Sunday-school editor; b. Saugerties, N.Y.; dau. Joseph and Frances (Weld) Danielson; ed. Hartford (Conn.) High School; Dana Hall, Wellesley, Mass.; Miss Wheelock's Kindergarten Training School. Editor of The Mayflower. Author: Graded Sunday-School Lessons for Beginners (Interdenominational); mem. editorial staff of Congregational Sunday-School and Publication Soc. Active in promotion of improved kindergarten work, especially in Sunday-schools; in story telling afternoons for children and in mothers' club work; writer of children's poems and stories for various publications. Author: In Play Land, 1911; Little Animal Stories, 1911; Story Telling Time, 1912.

DANNREUTHER, Nellie Morton (Mrs. Gustav Dannreuther), 315 W. Ninety-ninth St., N.Y. City.

Pianist; b. Buffalo, N.Y., May 25, 1858; dau. Martin and Martha (Gooding) Taylor; ed. in schools of Buffalo, N.Y.; musical education at Leipzig Conservatorium, 1875-76; m. Niagara Falls, N.Y., July 12, 1882, Gustav Dannreuther; children: Walter Taylor, b. May 27, 1885; Martin Taylor, b. May 21, 1889; Gustav Jr., b. April 25, 1891. Teacher of piano at Wells Coll., 1877-81; since then concert pianist and teacher in N.Y. City; in professional work has made a specialty of ensemble playing with the Dannreuther Quartette. Mem. Wells Coll. Eastern Ass'n, Episcopalian.

DARBY, Ada Leonard (Mrs. C. H. Darby), Twenty-first and Mulberry Sts., St. Joseph, Mo.

Born Fayette, Mo.; dau. Judge Abiel and Jeanette (Reeves) Leonard; ed. Howard Coll. and St. Mary's Hall, Burlington, N.J.; m. (1st) Bishop Hawks of Missouri; (2d) St. Joseph, Mo., Dr. C. H. Darby; children: Mary E. Hawks, Jeanette Dunbar, Ada Claire Darby. Interested in church work, club work and Y.W.C.A. Favors woman suffrage. Episcopalian. Republican. Recreation: Bridge playing.

D'ARCY, Julia Barclay (Mrs. John D'Arcy), 4333 Delmar Boulevard, St. Louis, Mo.

Born St. Louis, Mo., June 16, 1886; dau. George R. and Lillie (Swain) Barclay; ed. Hosmer Hall, St. Louis, and two years at Vassar Coll.; m. Nov. 20, 1911, John D'Arcy. Sec. Junior Auxiliary (Episcopal); interested in various church activities. Mem. St. Louis College Club and Consumers' League. Episcopalian. Against woman suffrage.

DARGAN, Olive Tilford, care Charles Scribner's Sons, 157 Fifth Av., N.Y. City.

Born Grayson Co., Ky.; dau. E. Francis and Rebecca (Day) Tilford; ed. Univ. of Nashville; Radcliffe Coll., Cambridge; m. Blue Ridge, Ga., Pegram Dargan, of South Carolina. Author: Semiramis and Other Plays; Lords and Lovers and Other Dramas; The Mortal Gods and Other Plays; various lyrical contributions to the Century, Scribner's and the Atlantic magazines. Mem. the Poetry Soc of America. Recreations: Rowing, riding, golf. Mem. Radcliffe Club of N.Y. City. Strongly favors woman suffrage.

DARLING, Charlotte Kelsey (Mrs. Joseph Robinson Darling), 2254 Cathedral Av., Washington, D.C.

Born Madison, Wis.; dau. Albert Warren and Jeanette Garr (Washburn) Kelsey; ed. in Switzerland, France and U.S.A.; private teachers; Univ. of Pa., LL.B. 04 (mem. John Marshall Law Club); m. Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Aug. 8, 1907, Joseph Robinson Darling (civil engineer and specialist on business of Latin America); children: Joseph Warren, b. 1908; Jeanette Garr, b. 1909; Albert Kelsey and Charlotte Upton (twins), b. 1911. Author of numerous book reviews. Unitarian.

DARLING, Grace, 7418 Coles Av., Chicago, Ill.

Teacher; b, Hudson, O., July 23, 1867; dau. Rev. George and Catharine C. (Crosby) Darling; ed. Fox Lake; Downer Sem.; Univ. of Chicago Ph.B. '97, Ph.M. '01 (Phi Beta Kappa). Taught in small towns for ten years; since 1895 has taught English in Bowen High School, Chicago; also taught three years in a University Extension course held in Chicago for teachers. In 1907 organized, with help of her aunt Mrs Clara C. Patch, the South End Centre as a settlement home for the region in which she taught (South Chicago), and was head resident for five years, until her health failed. Favors woman suffrage. Episcopalian. Clubs: Chicago Woman's, Chicago City, South End Centre Wo-