Henry Brayton Gardner (March 26, 1863 – April 22, 1939) was an American economist. He was a faculty member at Brown University from 1890 until 1928, serving as the first Eastman Professor of Political Economy from 1919 to 1928.  In 1919, he served as president of the American Economic Association.
A native of Providence, Rhode Island, Gardner graduated from Brown in 1884 and received his PhD in economics from Johns Hopkins University in 1890.
The Boston Brahmins or Boston elite are members of Boston's traditional upper class. They are often associated with Harvard University; Anglicanism; upper-class clubs such as the Somerset in Boston, the Knickerbocker in New York City, the Metropolitan in Washington, D.C., and the Pacific-Union Club in San Francisco; and traditional Anglo-American customs and clothing. Descendants of the earliest English colonists are typically considered to be the most representative of the Boston Brahmins. They are considered White Anglo-Saxon Protestants (WASPs).
Josiah Gardner Abbott was an American politician who served in the Massachusetts General Court and as a member of the United States House of Representatives from Massachusetts.
Major General Hugh Lenox Scott was a United States Army officer. A West Point graduate of 1876, he served as superintendent of West Point from 1906 to 1910 and as Chief of Staff of the United States Army from 1914 to 1917, which included the first few months of American involvement in World War I.
Urbain Jacques Shockcor, known as Urban James Shocker, was an American professional baseball pitcher. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the New York Yankees and St. Louis Browns between 1916 and 1928.
Dana Carleton Munro was an American historian, brother of Wilfred Harold Munro, born at Bristol, R.I. He was educated at Brown and in Europe at Strassburg and Freiburg. He taught at Penn (1893–1902), at Wisconsin until 1915, then at Princeton. He was elected as a member to the American Philosophical Society in 1901. Brown gave him the degree of Doctor of humane letters (L.H.D.) in 1912. He edited Translations and Reprints from the Original Sources of History (1894–1902). He was co-author of Mediœval Civilization and Essays on the Crusades (1902).
Augustus Peabody Gardner was an American military officer and Republican Party politician from Massachusetts. He represented the North Shore region in the Massachusetts Senate and United States House of Representatives in the early 20th century. Through his marriage to Constance Lodge, Gardner was the son-in-law of Henry Cabot Lodge.
The Massachusetts Republican Party (MassGOP) is the Massachusetts branch of the U.S. Republican Party.
William Chester "Baby Doll" Jacobson was an American baseball outfielder. He played 11 seasons of Major League Baseball, principally with the St. Louis Browns, between 1915 and 1927. He also played for the Detroit Tigers (1915), Boston Red Sox (1926–1927), Cleveland Indians (1927), and Philadelphia Athletics (1927).
Henry Disbrow Phillips was an American Episcopal bishop (1938–1955) and college American football player and coach (1900–1909). Sportswriter Fuzzy Woodruff called him "the greatest football player who ever sank cleated shoes into a chalk line south of the Mason-Dixon line."
MacCallum Grant was a Canadian businessman and the 12th Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia.
The Straits Settlements cricket team was the team that represented the Straits Settlements in international cricket matches between 1890 and 1940.
Ellesmere was a parliamentary electorate in the Canterbury region of New Zealand. It existed for two periods between 1861 and 1928 and was represented by six Members of Parliament.
The 1906 College Football All-Southern Team consists of American football players selected to the College Football All-Southern Teams selected by various organizations for the 1906 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association football season. For some, the SIAA champion 1906 Vanderbilt Commodores football team made up the entire team. It would produce eight of the composite eleven. Owsley Manier was selected by Walter Camp third-team All-American. Vanderbilt won the SIAA championship.
The 1905 College Football All-Southern Team consists of American football players selected to the College Football All-Southern Teams selected by various organizations for the 1905 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association football season. Vanderbilt won the SIAA championship. Virginia Tech, an independent school, lost only to Navy and claims a southern championship for 1905.
Henry Pryor Almon Abbott was a prelate of the Episcopal Church, who served as Bishop of Lexington from 1929 to 1945.
Gavin Forrest Gardner was a founder and longtime director of the Adelaide Stock Exchange.
Joseph Russell Cotton was an American jurist and politician who served as a judge of the Massachusetts Land Court and President of the Massachusetts Senate.
Harry Gardner was an English first-class cricketer and British Army officer. Gardner served in the Royal Artillery for over twenty years, during which he was decorated with the Military Cross, Croix de Guerre and the Order of the Nile. He also played first-class cricket for the British Army cricket team.
George W. Gardner (1834–1911) was the 28th and 30th mayor of Cleveland. A Republican, he served from both 1885–1886, and 1889–1890.