"Harry", Louises brother. [Carnegie, by Peter Krass, p.531:]
Henry Davis Whitfield: enl. May 9, 1917, at Plattsburg O.T.C. ; com. Aug. 15, as 2d Lt., and as. to 77th Div.; went over-seas, Apr. 26, 1918, with 77th Div., on Hdqtrs Staff; ordered to America, Aug. 23, for duty with 11th Div.; dis. Jan. 9, 1919.
1908 Eaton Memorial Library at Tuffs University with Beverly Sedgewick now houses the Departments of Anthropology and Sociology, Classics, Political Science, and the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies. The reading room is used as a computer lab, and most of the main floor rooms are used as classrooms.
1910 Superior Branch of the Cleveland Library.
1911 South Branch of the Cleveland Public Library by Whitfield and King of New York.
1914 Quincy Branch of the Cleveland Library.
1922 Bronx Zoo, The National Collection of Heads and Horns building (now Security, Education, and International Conservation Offices) was added by Henry D. Whitfield.
Dau. of Elbert Gallatin Thorp, [NY Times 26 Apr.1902]
1. Louise WHITFIELD, m. D.D.ODELL,
2. John Harrison WHITFIELD, m. April 1928 Jean JUDD,
“SOUTH ORANGE, N.J., April 25.- Bishop Potter of New York assisted the Rev. Charles Pardee, rector of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, here at a wedding celebrated in that church at noon to-day, when Miss Emily Harrison Thorpe, daughter of Elbert Gallatin Thorpe, of New York, was married to Henry Davis Whitfield, also of New York. The maid of honor was Miss Mildred Stinson of Dedham, Mass., and L. P. Corbin of Chicago was best man. Later a reception was held at the home of the bride’s brother-in-law, Robert Gordon Butler of Charlton Avenue. The couple will reside in New York.” [The New York Times., April 26, 1902, Saturday, p.9,]
[New York Times, 21 April 1928, p.9: ] JEAN JUDD ENGAGED TO J.H. WHITFIED; Hartford Girl Fiancee of Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Whitfield of New York. HARTFORD, Conn., April 20.--Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Young Judd of Farmington Avenue announced today the engagement of their daughter, Miss Jean Judd, to John Harrison Whitfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis Whitfield of 563 Park Avenue, New York.