of the United States Shipping Board and the Shipping Board
Corporation and a law partner of Woodrow Wilson. They were
divorced in 1928, Mrs. Colby obtaining the decree in Reno. Mrs.
Colby was privately educated and was the author of GREEN
FOREST, 1927; BLACK STREAM, 1927; A MAN CANNOT
BUILD A HOUSE, 1928, 1936; AN AMERICAN LIFE, 1938.
She has been an extensive contributor to Century, and Scribner's.
She died in New York City June 10, 1942. Children (Colby), all
born in New York City:
1. Katherine Sedgwick, b. May 9, 1896. (B48,611)
2. Nathalie Sedgwick, b. November 27, 1901. (B48,612)
3. Frances Bainbridge, b. December 31, 1905. (B48,613)
Katherine Sedgwick Colby, 1st child of Nathalie (Sedgwick) Colby
(B48,61) and Bainbridge Colby, was born May 9, 1896, in New
York City. She was educated at private schools and married
December 19, 1927, Frederick P. Delafield, Jr. of New York City.
He graduated at Harvard in 1924. Mrs. Delafield, who is separated
from her husband, resides at 55 East 86th Street, New York City.
Children, both born in New York City, reside with their mother.
1. Frederick Prime, b. October 23, 1929. (B48,611,1)
2. Stephen Sedgwick, b. October 9, 1931. (B48,611,2)
Nathalie Sedgwick Colby, 2d child of Nathalie (Sedgwick) Colby
(B48,61) and Bainbridge Colby, was born November 27, 1901, in
New York City and graduated from private schools of that city. She
is unmarried and lives at 55 East 86th Street, New York City.
Frances Bainbridge Colby, 3d child of Nathalie (Sedgwick) Colby
(B48,61) and Bainbridge Colby, was born December 31, 1905, in
New York City. She was educated in private schools and married in
June, 1925, in New York City Cameron Rogers, the writer. They
were divorced in 1936. She is a writer and resides at 55 East 86th
Street, New York City.