GOODHUE. EDWARD SOLON,
physician, author. Honolulu; born Athabascaville, P. Q., Sept. 29, 1863; son of James and Mariam (Emerson) Goodhue; direct descendant of Benjamin Goodhue, senator from Mass. to First Continental Congress, who drafted the bill for formation of Dist. of Columbia; mother related to Ralph Waldo Emerson, poet. Married Lulu Mae Rosser, Chicago. May 25, 1889; two children; Marion S. and Dorothy M. Education; private tutor; St. Francis College (McGill Univ.), East Farnham high school; Rush Med. College, Chicago, M. D., 1892; hon. A. M., 1910; hon. LL.D., 1912; post-grad. Med. School and Hosp. N. Y. Practised Riverside. Cat., 1892-95; delegate International Congress on Inebriety, London, 1909; appointed by President, delegate to Intern'l Congress of Leprosy, 1909. and spec. rep. of Hawaii, by Governor Frear same Congress; delegate Medico-Legal Cong., Brussels, 1909; acting asst. surg. U. S. Pub. Heath and Marine Hosp. Service, 1900-04; author "Verses from the Valley," 1887; "Out of the Pigeon Holes," 1899; "Beneath Hawaiian Palms and Stars." 1900; "Hawaii First," 1902; "Within Hawaiian Reefs." 1907; "Songs of the Western Sea," 1911; "The Adequate Care and Punishment of Defective and the Insane," 1st and 2d eds., 1913; "About the Climate of Hawaii," 1914; "Under the Silver Moon." 1914-20; "Establishment and Maintenance of Racial Characteristics," 1914; "On the Reserve," 1920; "Letters of Julius Commedius Brutus," 1st and 2nd edits., 191314; "The Leper's Friend." 1913; "Some Observations on Childhood," 1916; "The Victim," 1920; has written more than 85 articles on scientific and medical subjects; member Amer. Med. Assn., 1895-1918; Hawaii Med. Society, Hawaiian Historical Society, Authors' Club, London; Medico-Legal Society, N. Y.; vice-pres. for Hawaii same; cor. secy,. Civic Improvement Assn., Molokai; Masonic order, Amer. Assn. for Advancement of Science, 1912-1915. Republican. Resides, Roosevelt, Molokai, and 1635 Goodhue Place. Honolulu.