About Henry Grafton Chapman
Henry Grafton Chapman attended St. Paul’s School from 1873 to 1878 and is a member of the Form of 1878.
The 1917 School publication, The Fifth Form of 1878 (pg. 36), has this information about Chapman:
. . . born in New York on June 7, 1860, and graduated from Harvard in 1883; he was on the Freshman Crew which won the class race, and was also on the crew that defeated Columbia at New London in 1883; he was on the editorial board of the Harvard Advocate and the Harvard Lampoon, and wrote the Class Day Poem of 1883, which was highly commended; he studied at the Harvard Law School and was admitted to the bar in 1886, and practiced law in New York City; he did much literary work, and was a frequent contributor of articles; . . .