John Reilly, Jr. (1876-1931) began his career as an engineer, but his love of coin collecting became his primary interest, and he would eventually amass the largest collection of Far Eastern coins in the world.
A prominent figure in the leadership of the Society from the 1890s until his death in 1922, Saltus championed the Society's medals program during this period and endowed the medal award named in his honor.
Louis H. Schroeder (1893 or 4-1956) of Roslyn Heights, Long Island, New York, donated his collection of porcelain coins, medals, and tokens and Arabic glass weights to the American Numismatic Society in 1946. Born in New York, he attended Pratt Institute and was a pioneer in the field of corrugated paper containers. At the time of his death he was president of three companies: Progressive Corrugated Paper Machinery Company, Corrugated Container Corporation, and the Dixie Container Corporation.
Andrew Zabriskie first joined the ANS in 1874 and became a life member in 1894. He served initially as Third Vice-President from 1880-83 and then as First Vice-President from 1884-96 before finally being elected President of the ANS in 1896. He remained as President until his resignation in December 1904.