"Who's Who in America," 1912-1913 issue, contains names of 137 residents of North Lake Shore communities
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 29 May 1912, p. 1, 2, column 5

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Names of those included from Wilmette are George Frank Butler, physician; George E. Cole, printer, George Purcell Costigan, Jr., law professor
Kenilworth Leon Menard Allen, railway official; Sanger Brown, physician; Claude George Burnham, railway official; Allen Harmon Carpenter, head master; Charles Horswell, clergyman, Frederick James Volney Skiff, museum director; Merritt Starr, lawyer
Winnetka William Cowper Boyden, lawyer, Henry Parsons Crowell, manufacturer; George Alanson Follansbee, lawyer; Isaac Kahn Friedman, author; George Wheeler Hinman, newspaper editor; William Pratt Sidley, lawyer; Horace Kent Tenney, lawyer; Thomas G. Windes, judge; Casey Albert Wood, opthalmologist
Hubbard Woods

Adam Emory Albright, artist; William Lincoln Ballinger, physician; Benjamin Carpenter, Merchant; Rudolph Matz, lawyer
Andrew McLeish, dry goods merchant; August Ziesing, civil engineer

Richard Henry Aishton, railway official; Charles Beach Atwell, botanist
Henry Martyn Bannister, physician; Olin Hanson Basquin, college professor; William Charles Bauer, Electrical engineer; Charles Edward Beals, clergyman; Katherine Beebe, kindergartner [sic]; Seth S. Bishop, surgeon; Edgar Blake, clergyman; John Ellsworth Blunt, civil engineer; Daniel Bonbright, university dean; Solon C. Bronson, Theologian; Eugene J. Buffington, capitalist; Daniel H. Burnham, architect; William Henry Burns, clergyman; Harry E. Byram, railway vice-president
Donald Francis Campbell, college professor; Edward Carlos Carter, civil engineer; Orrin Nelson Carter, judge; William E. Church, lawyer; Lyman Edgar Cooley, civil engineer; Franklin Philip Crandon, railway official; Henry Crew, physicist; Robert McLean Cumnock, College professor; George Oliver Curme, university professor; Albert Dean Currier, lawyer
William Joseph Davidson, theology professor; Charles Gates Dawes, financier; Rufus Cutler Dawes, business man; Charles Deering, manufacturer; William Deering, manufacturer; Eustache Charles Edouard Dorion, clergyman-editor; David George Downey, clergyman; William Andrew Dyche, business manager
Frederick Carl Eiselen, college professor; Finley Ellingwood, physician; Marshall Davis Ewell, lawyer

Louis Aloysius Ferguson, electric enginee; Herbert Franklin Fisk, educator; David Robertson Forgan, banker; Philip Fox, astronomer; Timothy Prescott Frost, clergyman; Charles Gordon Fuller, Surgeon, oculist, aurist
William A. Gardner, railway president; Robert Harvey Gault, psychologist; Anna Adams Gordon, temperance worker; Edwin R. Graham, publishing agent; Ulysses Sherman Grant, geologist
Abram W. Harris, university president; James Taft Hatfield, philologist; Dodremus Almy Hayes, theologian; John Filmore Hayford, civil engineer; Stephen Joseph Herben, editori; Edward Hines, lumber merchant; Joseph Beaumont Hingeley, clergyman; Horace Reynolds Hobart, editor; Wilson Thomas Hogue, clergyman; William Holabird, architect; Thomas Franklin Holgate, university dean; Oliver Harvey Horton, lawyer; George W. Hotchkiss, secretary; Willard Eugene Hotchkiss, college dean; Earl Dean Howard, university professor James Alton James, university professor
James Tyler Kent, physician; Sherman Colver Kingsley, superintendent United Charities; Marshall Monroe Kirkman, railway vice-president; Samuel Ellsworth Kiser, author
Edward Samuel Lacey, banker; William C. Levere, author; Charles Clarence Linthicum, lawyer; William Albert Locy, zoologist; John Harper Long, chemist; William Sinclair Lord, author; Peter Christian Lutkin, musician
Catharine Waugh McCulloch, lawyer; Frank Hathorn [sic] McCulloch, lawyer; Ernest McCulloch, civil engineer; Clotilda Lyon McDowell, missionary; William Frazer McDowell, bishop; WIlliam Thomas McElveen, clergyman
Wilbur Dick Nesbit, author; Augustus Frederick Nightingale, educator; Frederick Alphonso Noble, clergyman; Arne Oldberg, concert pianist
Amos Williams Patten, theologian; James A. Patten, grain commission merchant; Dwight Heald Perkins, civil engineer; Lucy Fitch Perkins, book illustrator; Conrad Herman Poppenhusen, lawyer; Edwin Hartley Pratt, surgeon; William Allen Pusey, dermatologist
Charles Humphrey Roberts, lawyer; Theodore Winthrop Robinson, manufacturer
John Adams Scott, college professor; Walter Dill Scott, university professor; John Sebastian, railway official; John C. Shaffer, newspaper publisher; Eddwin Llewellyn Shuman, author; Frank Hamilton Spearman, author; George Frederick Stone, secretary; Charles Macaulay Stuart, editor
Milton Spenser Terry, theologian; Richard Stanley Tuthill, judge
Henry Kitchell Webster, author; William Alfred White, musician; John Henry Wigmore, university dean; John Emory Wilder, business man; Murray Shipley Wilman, economist; Russell Merrit Wing, lawyer; Abram Van Eps Young, chemist

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29 May 1912
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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"Who's Who in America," 1912-1913 issue, contains names of 137 residents of North Lake Shore communities