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joseph T. Alling
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siastic and earnest alumni that the university has but also as a citizen
of the first rank of Rochester. He was born january 19, 1835, in
this city. His father, VVilliam Alling, was a merchant here, and
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competitive scholarship for the University of Rochester and as a
member of the class of 1.876 he was active in many forms of college
enterprises. At graduation he won the second Davis medal and
later was admitted to Phi Beta Kappa upon the establishment of
New York Iota. In 1879 the university conferred upon him the
degree of Master of Arts.
After leaving college Mr. Alling entered the office of Alling
and Cory, of which his father was senior partner. He is still active
now as a 'partner in that firm.
Mr. Alling's activities, however, have reached far beyond busi-
ness enterprises. In 1884 he instituted the Young Men's Class in
the Central Presbyterian Church, and at one time this class had the
distinction of being the largest organization of its kind in New
York state. As an elder in the church he was a noble example, as
his father had been before him. For many years he has been asso-
ciated with the Young Men's Christian Association of this city, as
a member of its board of trustees and as president from 1891 to
1897. The present association building was made possible in part
through his efforts, and in the recent campaign for funds to secure
a new and more adequate building he was again prominent as an
ardent and generous supporter.
He has been a member of the board of trustees of the Uni-
versity of Rochester since 1895, and has been treasurer since 1903.
But his work for the college has not been confined alone to that of
a trustee. He was one of the leaders in the movement which re-
sulted in the erection of the present gymnasium by the alumni and
is the donor of the prizes for the annual Alling Prize Debate. As
a member of the university council he keeps in close touch with the
students and their activities. His most recent service has been as
one of the members of the -committee of alumni which assisted in
the raising of the million dollars additional endowment.
"Mr. Alling is a man of energy, quick judgment, and uncommon
business ability. He combines with these qualities an active interest
in all that makes for the public welfare, whether in politics, social
work or church life. .He gives practical significance to the name-
a Christian citizen
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