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Michele Ricciardi, professor of law in the University of Naples. He
died in December 1917. No children. Jane Minot Sedgwick
translated and published translations of the Greek poets.
Mr. Sedgwick is a lawyer and author. He graduated, A.B., at Harvard in 1882 where he was a member of the football team and studied law in Boston until 1884, when he was admitted to the bar. He practiced in New York City from 1885 until 1898 and since has devoted his time to travel and literary pursuits. He is a member of the National Institute of Arts and Letters and in 1893 was elected to membership in the American Academy of Arts and Letters whose members are chosen from the National Institute of Arts and Letters. He is also a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Boston), the Massachusetts Historical Society and the Tavern Club of Boston. He makes his home with his son, Robert Minturn Sedgwick of Dedham, Mass. Children:
1. Henry Dwight, IV, b. September 6, 1896, at Pointe a Pic, Que,; d. at Groton School, May 2, 1914, at Groton, Mass. (B47,421)
2. Robert Minturn, b. January 27, 1899, in N.Y. City. (B47,422)
3. Francis Minturn, b. March 13, 1904, in N.Y. City (B47,423)
Edith Minturn, b. October 30, 1901; died same day.