DULLES, dul'ez, JOSEPH HEATLY: Presbyterian; b. at Philadelphia, Pa., May 27, 1853. He was educated at Princeton College (B. A., 1873) and Princeton Theological Seminary, from which he was graduated in 1877. After pastoral service at home (1877-83) and travel and study in Europe (1883-85), he became librarian of Princeton Theological Seminary (1886). He is a member of the American Historical Association, honorary secretary of the Palestine Exploration Fund for New Jersey, an editor of the Princeton Theological Review. In theology he is a conservative. He compiled the general catalogue of Princeton Theological Seminary (Philadelphia, 1894) and James McCosh bibliography (Princeton, 1895), and edited the proceedings of William Henry Green's jubilee as instructor in Princeton Theological Seminary, contributing Professor Green's bibliography (New York, 1896).