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Pres ), Phi Kappa Phi, Lambda Epsilon XI;
Elks; L.A. Chamber of Commerce; L.A. Tro-
jan Club.
Religion: Jewish.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Amateur radio station owner,
station W6EUV.

Bus. Address: 707 So. Hill St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 335 So. Reeves Dr., Beverly
Hills, Calif.

HINDS. Julian, C.E.

Gen. Mgr. and Chief Engineer, The Metro-
politan Water District of Southern California.
Born- Warrentown (Ala.), Dec. 22, 1881; s.
of Sarah E. (Ferguson) and J. M. Hinds.
Education: Univ. of Texas (Austin).
Degrees: C.E., U. of Tex., 1908.



Miiniid: (1) Ni'lla, il. of Kowlcr Kllison, at
Chi'lak (Wis.), .liilv '2\. I!)!'-'; eh.: liarrlel
Sarah. (2) Oru.sllla, d. of Ulchanl D. Uuthcr-
fonl, at DenvLT (Colo.), April H, la'i.'i.
Bus. Record: Inslr. In Civil KtiRlncLTlnK, U.
of Te.\., 15H)9-10; Hrklgo Hide. Dcpt., Chl-
caRO, Mllvvaukei- and SI. Paul Il.v., 1910-11;
Design Ortlc'o: Yukima-Sunny.sido I'loJ.; Kle-
phant Hultc (Now Mox.); Denver (Colo.),
U. S. Bureau of HeclamaUon, 1!)11-'J(5; In
charge of Kngrg. on The Calles Project
(Aguascallentes. Mex.), for J. G. While
Coii)n., 1926-29; Hydraulic Desl<^n Engr.,
Dept. of Water and Power (Lo.s Angele.s),
1929-;«); Chief Designing Engr., Metropolitan
Water District of So. Calif., 19;!0-33; Asst.
Chief Engr., Metropolitan Water District,
1933-41; Gen. Mgr. and Chief Engr., 1941—.
Publications: Numerous articles in Engin-
eering Newx, Engineering N civs- Record, En-
gineering World, Reclamation Record, etc.
Awards: Norman Medal (Amer. Soc. of Civil
Engrs.), 1926, for paper on Side Channel

Memberships: Amer. Soc. of Civil Engrs.;
Amer. Water Works Assn. ; Sigma Xi, Tau
Beta Pi.

Religion: Protestant.
Politics.- Democrat.

Bus. Address: 306 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 254 So. Spalding Dr., Bev-
erly Hills, Calif.

HINKLE. Mrs. Francis M. (see HAMIL-
TON, Marion Ethel)

HINMAN, Mary Wood

Authority and Writer on the Dance.
Born: Cincinnati (Ohio), Feb. 14, 1877; d.
of Sarah Elizabeth (Smith) and Benjamin
Pearce Hinman.

Education: Chicago Pub. Sch. ; Kenilworth
Private Sch.; studied abroad in England,
France, Japan, Hawaii, Italy, Rumania. Hun-
gary, Spain, Norway, Denmark, Russia,
Germany, Scotland, Ireland, Switzerland,
and Sweden (diploma from Naas, Sweden).
Prof. Record: Head, Hinman Sch. of Folk
and Gymnastic Dancing (Chicago), 15 yrs.;
Hinman Normal Sch. of the Dance, 15 yrs.;
Climn., Folk Com., New Sch. for Social Re-
search (N.Y.), 5 yrs.; In Charge of social
and folk dance programs at U. of Chicago
Elem. Sch. and High Sch., 10 yrs.; Head of
said dept., Univ. Sch. for Girls (Chicago),
6 yrs., also at Frances Parker Sch. (Chi-
cago), four years; Head, social dance dept.,
Hull House (Chicago), 9 years; Chicago
Commons, 4 yrs.; on Fac. at Agr. (summer
sch.) Coll. of Utah, at Logan, 7 yrs.; taught
U. of Hawaii and 3 sum. schs. at Col. U.

Directorships: Hinman Normal Sch. of the

Publications: Five Vols. Gymnastic and Folk
Dances (Barnes and Co.), and various other
articles and books on the dance.
Army Service: Appointed Nat. Field Rep.
of Health and Recreations, 1917; also serv-
ed overseas with Red Cross and YMCA dur-
ing World War I and in (Jermany with Amer.
Army of Occupation.

Memberships: Art Inst, of Chicago (life
mem.); Amer. Women's Assn. (N. Y.); Del Club '.Sania Monica i; Hollywood Studio
Club (life mem.).
Religion: Christian Science.
Recrcationii: Horseback ridlnjj, walking, mo-
tor trips, swimming, and dancing.
Iloina Address: 1950 No. St. Andrews PI.,
Hollywood, Calif., and .'553 W. 57lh St., New
York City.

HINSHAW, Virgil G(oodman). A.B.,

Prohibition Worker.

Born: Woolson (Iowa), Jan. 15, 187(i; s. of
Galphrey (Shelley) and Ezra I.
Education: Penn. Coll. (la.); Univ. of Minn.
Degrees: A.B., Penn Coll., 1900; LL.B., Law
Dept., U. of Minn., 1908.
Married: Eva C. Piitz, at La Grange (111.),
Sept. 6, 1911 (dec, 1923) ; ch. : Harold, Ran-
dall, Robert Patton, Virgil, (2) Netella Loy,
Aug., 1924; ch.: Harvey Loy, Paul Millas.
Prof. Record: Traveling Secy., Nat. Inter-
collegiate Prohibition Assn., 1900-06 and
1908-10 (traveled to 185 colls.); practiced
law in Portland (Ore.), 1910-12; Chmn., Pro-
hibition Party Nat. Com., 1912-24; served as
Extension Secy., Meth. Bd. of Temperance,
Prohibition and Pub. Morals, 1921-22; Foun-
der and First Pres., Prohibition Founda-
tion, Inc., 1916; Supt., Internal. Reform Fed-
eration, 1923-26; Extension Secy., same,
1926-30, and Internal. Secy., since 1930; tra-
veled and organized prohibition movement in
Austria, Germany and Czechoslovakia, 1921;
worked with D. A. Poling and allied forces
in 33 states to save the 18th Amendment,
1931-33, concentrating in Calif, fall of 1932,
all of 1933; Organizer and Mem., Calif.
Drys, Inc. (orgn. for State prohibition amend-
ment), 1940-42.

Directorships: Chmn., Calif. Prohibition Com.
Memberships: Nat. Temperance Council and
Nat. Legislative Conf. since their origin.
Religion: Quaker and Methodist.
Bus. Address: 134 B St. N.E., Washington,

Home Address: 935 No. Oakland Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

HIRSBRUNNER. John Gottlieb, A.B.
Instructor, Webb School of California (private

Born: Marshall (Ind.), Aug. 12, 1863; s. of
Elizabeth (Weidman) and John C. Hirsbrun-

Education: Teachers Coll. (Terre Haute,
Ind.); Ind. Univ. (Bioomington).
Degrees: A.B., Ind. U., 1914.
Married: Florence Elizabeth, d. of Guston
Yow, Bloomingdale (Ind.), Aug. 13, 1901.
Prof. Record: Teacher in Indiana schools
from elementary to high school for 40 yrs.;
high sch. Prin. and Sch. Supt. in the latter
part of that time; Teacher in private school
for 17 yrs.

Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. and Home Address: Webb School of
California, Claremont, Calif.

HOAGLAND, Professor Dennis Robert,

A.B., M.A.

Professor of Plant Nutrition; Chemist, Agri-
cultural Experiment Station, Univ. of Calif.



Born: Goklen (Colo.>, Apr. 2, 1884; s. of
Lillian cBurchi and Charles Breckenridge

Education: Denver High Sch.; Stanford
Univ.; Univ. of Wis.

Degrees: A.B.. Stanford U., 1907; M.A., U.
of Wis., 1913.

Married: Jessie A. (dec), d. of Samuel P.
Smiley, San Francisco, 1920; ch. ; Robert C,
Charles R., and Albert S.

Prof. Record: Engaged throughout career in
teaching and research; early in career held
research position with U.S. Dept. of Agr.,
but since 1913, with U. of Calif.; field of
studv is plant nutrition; for two years, Chmn.,
Dept. of Botany, U. of Calif.
Publications: Numerous publications in scien-
tific journals, dealing with problems of plant

Memberships: Faculty (U. of Calif.); Phi
Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi. Phi Sigma; National
Acad, of Sci.
Recreation : Travel.

Bus. Address: Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion, Univ. of California, Berkeley, Calif.
Home Address: 839 Indian Rock, Berkeley,

HOBART. Charles Edwin. A.B., LL.B.,

M.A., LL.D.
Lawyer, Lecturer.

Born: Roscoe (111.), Jan. 17, 1886; s. of Lillie
cTuttle; and Edwin W. Hobart.
Education: Pub. Schs., Roscoe (111.); Beloit
(Wis.) High Sch.; Beloit (Wis.) Coll.; Colum-
bia U.; Coll. of Osteopathic Physicians and
Surgeons of Los Angeles.

Degrees: A.B., Beloit Coll., 1909; LL.B.,
1913, and M.A., 1914, Columbia U.; LL.D.,
Coll. of Osteopathic Phys. and Surgs., 1940.
Married: Esther M., d. of Anna (Carlson) and
Charles O. Holmes, in Roscoe, Aug. 3, 1918;
ch. : Corinna, Holmes Eaton, and Elinor.
Prof. Record: Admitted to 111. Bar, 1914;
practiced law at Rockford for six mos.; ad-
mitted to Calif. Bar in Oct., 1914, Los An-
geles, and practiced law there continuously
since; admitted to practice in U.S. Dist. Ct.
at Los Angeles and U.S. Circuit Ct., Ninth
Dist., at San Francisco; Instr., 1914-18, Asso.
Prof., 1918-21, and Prof, of Law, 1921-28,
Southwestern U. Law Sch. (Los Angeles) ;
Lecturer on Med. Jurisprudence, Coll. of
Oseopathic Phys. and Surgs. (L.A.), 1925 — .
Directorships: Trustee of Coll. of Osteopathic
Phys. and Surgs. since 1925, and Chmn., Bd.
of Trustees, since 1936.

Memberships: Mason, Blue Lodge and Royal
Arch Chapter; Univ. Dinner Club.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Mountain climbing and fishing.
Bus. Address: Black Bldg., 357 So. Hill St.,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Ho7ne Address: 5259 Live Oak View Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif. *

HOBART. Earle Tisdale. M.E., E.E.
Secretary, Berkeley Bank for Cooperatives.
Born: Newtonville (Mass.), July 18, 1886; s.
of Emma E. (Chase) and John Walter

Education: Brookline High Sch.; Cornell

(D.C.), 1933-36; Berkeley Bank for Coopera-
tives, 1936 — .

Married: Alice Louise Nourse, Tientsin
(China), June 30, 1914.

Agri. Economics, 1928-30; Fed. Farm Bd.,
1908-11; Sales Exec, Standard Oil Co., of
Bus. Record: Teaching Chinese Govt. Schools,
1930-33; Farm Credit Admin., Washington
N.Y., 1912-27; Dept. of Agri., Bureau of
Degrees: M.E., E.E., Cornell Univ.

Directorships: Secy., Berkeley Bank for Co-

Bus. Address: Berkeley Bank for Coopera-
tives, Berkeley, Calif.

Home Address: R.F.D. Box, 431, Martinez,

HOBBS, Charles S.. A.B.

Director, General Sales Director, Raphael
Weill & Company (The White House).
Born: Fresno (Calif.), Jan. 18. 1897; s. of
Alice B. (Steinmetz) and A. L. Hobbs.
Education: Stanford Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1920.
Married: Virginia, d. of F. Sumner Loop,
Atherton (Calif.), Sept. 15, 1923; ch.: Vir-
ginia Lee, and Marilyn.

Bus. Record: Entered retail business. The
Emporium (San Francisco), 1920; Gen. Mgr.,
B. F. Schlesinger (Oakland), 1925-29; Gen.
Merchandising Mgr., May Dept. Stores (Balti-
more), 1930; Vice-Pres., Gen. Mdse. Mgr.,
James McCreery & Co. (N.Y.), 1931-37; Dir.,
Gen. Sales Dir., Raphael Weill & Co., 1937—.
Directorships: Raphael Weill & Co. (The
White House, San Francisco Shopping News;
Downtown Assn. of San Francisco
Arm.y Record: 12th U.S. Inf., 1917-19; Lt.,

Memberships: Bohemian (S.F.); Sigma Nu.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: The White House, San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 2845 Fillmore St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

HOCKEY. William Edward

President, Educational Recorders, Inc.
Born: Southend (Sussex, England), July 1,
1898; s. of Louise (Hutcher) and Thomas

Education: Croydon, Eng. (boarding school).
Married: Katheryn, d. of Alfred Heckman,
Downers Grove (111.), Oct., 1922; ch. : Robert
Wm., and Alice Louise.

Bus Record: Asst. Toy Buyer, Marshall
Fields, 1921-29; Sales and Radio Mgr. (Chi-
cago), Celanese Corp. of Am., 1929-36; Mgr.,
Draper Dept., N.Y. Celanese Corp., 1936-38;
traveled, 1939; organized Educational Re-
corders, Inc.

Directorships: Pres., and Dir., Educational
Recorders, Inc.

Army Record: Wireless Operator H.M.S.
Panama, 1916; Wireless Instructor, R.F.C.,
1916-18, England and Canada.
Religion: Church of England.
Bus. Address: 171 So. Los Robles Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

Home Address: 1920 Huntington Dr., San
Marino, Calif. *


WHO'S WHO FN C A I, I K () li N I A

HODGE, Ernest Havilah

Chnlrman. 'I'lKilumnp Counly IM. of Super-

Horn: I.onlshurK (N.M.i. M.iy 2t. ISH'J; s. of
Kllzabclh (Ciibblo) and Mall how Ilodfje.
Kduration: I'uh. schls. of Calif. (San Ber-
nardino, Calaveras and Tuolumne Counties).
Married: Maude Mav, d. of Frank IJaker,
Tuolumne City (Calif.), .Tunc 7. inni; ch. /
Frederic G. (Portland, Ore.), Elbert F. (Sac-
ramento), Ernest D. (Hoslon), Mrs. Margaret
D. Barnett (HuRhson, Calif.), Laurence L.
(Tuolumne), and Lloyd N. (Boston). Mr.
HodRe takes Justifiable pride In his sons records are as follows.- Fred is Div.
Msr. of Portland Eloo. Power Co.; Elbert is
Adjustment Mgr. of Retail Credit Assn.;
Ernest is Lieut, in U.S. Navy and now at Har-
vard U.; Laurence is an Insurance Agent and
Deputy Postmaster, and Lloyd, a U.C. grad.,
is entering ILirvard.

Bus. Record: Followed mining on the East
Belt of Mother Lode for seven years as an
underground workman, then a millhand for
two years with lumber company; started a
dairy in 1907, and operated it succe.ssfully
for many years. In 1922, became a Super-
visor representing the Third Dist. of Tuolumne
Co., in which two of the biggest lumber com-
panies in the State are located. The sudden
closing of these mills in 1930 threw almost
2000 men out of employment for over five
years, and the problem of caring for these
unfortunate people became the peculiar and
distressing problem of the Supervisor of the
Third Dist. Many people are kind enough to
say it was done quite efficiently, but stubborn
determination not to quit when the going was
hard probably had a lot to do with the re-
sults. Pessimists said grass would grow in
the streets of Tuolumne, so the Supervisor
paved them so grass couldn't get through, re-
placed wooden sidewalks with concrete and
built public bldgs. including a beautiful Me-
morial Hall, and nobody starved!
Memberships : (Past Master) East Belt Lodge,
No. 391, F.&A.M. (1927); P. G. Pine Tree
Lodge, No. 46. I.O.O.F; Pres., Summerville
Union High Sch. Bd. of Trustees (16 years) ;
Dir., Weimar Tubercular Sanatorium.
Religion : Methodist.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. and Home Address: Box 256, Tuolumne
City, Calif.

Other Address: Court House, Sonora, Calif.

HODGE. Frederick Webb, Sc.D., LL.D.,

Ethnologist, Archeologist ; Director, South-
west Museum.

Born: Plymouth (England), Oct. 28, 1864; s.
of Emily (Webb) and Edwin Hodge.
Education: Came to U.S. at age of 7; edu-
cated in public schs. and Columbian (now
George Washington) Univ. (Washington,

Degrees: Sc.D., Pomona Coll.; LL.D., Univ.
of New Mexico.

Married: (1) Margaret W. Magill of Wash-
ington (D.C.I, Aug. 31, 1891; (2) married;
Zahrah E. Preble (dec. April 27, 1934) ; (3)
married : Gene P. Meany.

Prof. Record: In U.S. Geol. Survey, 1884-86;
Secy., Hemenway Arch. Expdn., which exca-
vated ancient ruins in Ariz, and New Mexico,
1886-1889; in July, 1889, entered Bureau

Arnir Isl linology ; m.idc furlhiT n-sfarchcn
.iinDMR till' Indians of Ariz, and New Mexico
In subse(|uent years; Feb. UK)1 became Kxecu-
livc Official in .Smith.sonian Inst.; transferred,
.luly 1!H)5 to Bureau Amer. Ethnology, devot-
ing specl.'ll attention to the tlnndhook of
Amrririin Indians, part 1 of which was pub-
lished in 1907, part 2, 1910; Ethnologlst-)n-
Charge, Bureau of Amer. Ethnology, 1910-
IH; with Mu.seum of the Amer. Indian (N.Y,»
1918-31; now Dir., Southwest Mu.seum, Ijim
Angeles, Calif.; has conducted several
archaeol. and ethnol. expdns. In the South-
west, excavating ruins of Hawikuh, one of
"Seven Cities of Cibola," near Zulii, New
Mexico, 1917-23.

Memberships: Founder, Member, Council, and
Pres., Amer. Anthropological Assn.; Anthrop-
ological Soc. of Wash., (Ex-Pres. ); Member
Nat. Research Council, 1921-23, 1927-,30:
Trustee, Sch. of Amer. Research and Lab. of
Anthropology; F.A.A.A.S. (Vice-Pres., Sect.
H. 1916), Royal Anthropological Inst, of
Great Britain and Ireland; Founder and Ad-
visory Editor, Quivira Soc. (for translation of
rare Spanish works on early Southwest) ;
Amer. Antiquarian Soc. ; Amer. Folk-lore
Soc. ; Southwestern Archaeological Federation
(Pres. 1936-37); Texas Historical Assn.; His-
torical Soc. of New Mexico; Historical Soc. of
So. Calif.; Mu Alpha Nu; Societe des Ameri-
canistes de Paris; Sociedad Cientifica Antonio
Alzate (Mex.); Order of Indian Wars (Hon.
Companion); Ends of the Earth (N.Y.); Pas-
adena Mus. of Art (Mem. Advisory Bd.); Za-
morano Club (Los Angeles).
Publications: Monographs; Coronado's Route
From Culiacan to Qiiivira, 1899; Hawikuh
Bonework, 1920; Turquoise Work of Hawi-
kiih, 1921; Circular Kivas Near Hawikuh,
1923; History of Hawikuh, One of the So-
called Cities of Cibola. 1937; and ethnolog-
ical and archaeological contributions, pub.
mainly in scientific periodicals and in stand-
ard cyclos. Edit. : Handbook of the American
Indians North of Meo'ico, 1907-10, Narratives
of Cabeza de Vaca and Coronado, 1907, Cur-
tis's North American Indian (20 vols.). Fal-
coner's Letters and Notes on the Texan Santa
Fe Eo-jiedition, 1930, Indian Notes and Mono-
graphs (of the Museum of the Amer. Indian),
and pubis, of the Bureau of Amer. Ethnology,
Amer. Anthropological Assn., Southwest Mu-
seum, etc. Editor of American Ayithropolo-
gist, 1899-1910, 1912-14; Annotator (with C.
F. Lummis) of Memorial of Fray Alonso
Benavides, 1630, etc.

Bus. Address: Southwest Museum, Highland
Park, Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 1375 Lida St., Pasadena,

HODGHEAD, Lillian King. Mus.M.
Music Director; Co-Director, San Francisco
Conservatory of Music.

Born: Ukiah (Mendocino Co., Calif.), Aug.
25, 1886; d. of Ella Lincoln (King) and Dr.
David A. Hodghead.

Education : Univ. of Calif. ; Inst, of Musical
Art of New York City.

Degrees: Mus.M., Inst, of Musical Art, 1907.
Directorships: Co-Director of the San Fran-
cisco Conservatory of Music.
Memberships: Music Teachers Assn.
Recreations: Photography.
Btis. Address: 3435 Sacramento St., San
Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 110 Magee Ave., Mill Valley,



HODGKIN. George Barclay, A.B.
Secretary-Manager, Calavo Growers of Cali-

Born- Santa Cruz (Calif.'>, Sept 2, 1893; s
of Leonora I. (Smith) and Wilfred H. Hodg

Education: Univ. of Calif., Berkeley.
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Calif., 1916.
Married- Alice B., d. of Adelade (Woodbury)
and Albert H. Elliot, Santa Cruz (Calif.),
Dec. 26 1919; ch. ; George Barclay, Adeline
Alice. J , .t

Bus Record: Worked in fresh and dried fruit
packinghouses during H.S. days; Personnel
^^wk for Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
^Akron) before the war; sold Produce in
NY C ■ personnel work for Rosenberg Bros.
&Co (SF.) in 1919-20; same for L.A. i^m-
plovment Service, 1920-21; field rnemberskip
wo^k and standardization for Calif. Fruit
Growers Exchange (L.A.) 1921-23; organized
Calif Avocado Growers Exchange (now
Calavo Growers of Calif.) in 1923.
Directorships: Secy-Mgr., ^.Calavo-Subtropic
Fruit Co.; Dir., Farm Credit Admin. (Berk-
eley) LA Cham, of Comm., Agr. Council of
Calif' (Sacramento), Nat. Council of Farmer
Cooperatives (Washington, D. C).
Publications: Numerous articles in The Calavo
News- Yearbooks of Calif. Avocado Assn.
Arymj Record: U.S. Army (Aviator), 1917-19.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing and hunting.
Bus. Address 4803 Everett Ave., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 2768 Ganesha, Altadena,

HODGSON, Professor Robert Willard,

B.S., M.S.

Professor of Subtropical Horticulture and
Subtfopical Horticulturist. Expermient Sta-
tion, Univ. of Calif., Los Angeles.
Born: Dallas (Texas), April 3, 1893; s. of
Olivia (Rice) and Mark Hodgson.
Education: Univ. of Calif.. Berkeley.
Degrees: B.S., 1916, M.S., 1917. Univ. of

Calif- ^ ,, ^

Married: Evelyn Mitchell, d. of Cora M. and
Frank H. Mitchell, San Francisco (Calif.)
Aug. 20, 1930.

Prof. Record: Asst. ^ Botany; Instr.m Citrr-
culture; Asst. Farm Advisor, L.A. Co , Farm
Advisor L.A. Co.; Assoc. Prof, of Subtropical
Horticulture and Assoc. Citriculturist in the
Experiment Station; Subtropical Horticul-
turist in the Experiment Sta.; Prof, of Sub-
tropical Horticulture; Head, Div., of Sub-
ropcll Horticulture; Asst. Dir. Branch of
Coll of Agr. in S.C; Acting Asst. Dean,
Coll of Agr., L.A.-All in the Univ. of Calif.
Publications: Numerous bulletins, circulars,
booklets and articles, both professional and

Awards: Nichan Iftikhar (Tunisia). 1931;
Ouissam Alaouite (Morocco), 1932; Ordre du
Merite Agricole (France), 1933.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Xi;
Phi Delta Kappa; Phi Sigma; Alpha Zeta.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Swimming.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, W. Los An-
geles. Calif.

Home Address: 1070 Glendon Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif. . . T T^
HOFFMAN. Frederick Ludwig, LL.U.
Consulting Statistician (retired).
Born: Varel (Germany), May 2, 1865; s. of
Antoinette von Laar; A. F. Hoffman.
Education: Public and private schools.
Degrees: LL.D., Tulane Univ.
Married: Ella G., d. of G. M. Hay, Americus
(Georgia), Nov. 24, 1865; ch. : Ella G., Fran-
ces A., Virginia, Barbara, Victoria.
Prof. Record: Was for 40 yrs.. Statistician of
the Prudential Insurance Co. of America
(now retired).

Publications: Race Traits and Tendencies of
the American Negro, 1896; History of the Pru-
dential Insurance Co., 1900; Mortality From
Cancer Throughout the World, 1915; Insur-
ance, Scientific & Economics; Cancer and
Diet, 1934.

Memberships: Hammer Club (San Diego,

Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Walking.

Bus. and Home Address: 1978 Sunset Blvd..
San Diego, Calif.

HOFFMAN, John Washington. A.B.,
M.A., D.D., LL.D.

Born: Noblestown (Pa.), July 11, 1867; s.
of Elizabeth (Haggerty) and George Wash-
ington Hoffman.

Education: Oakdale Academy (Pa.); .Wash^
and Jefferson Coll.; Yale Univ.; Prmceton

Degrees- A.B., 1892, M.A., 1895, D.D., 1910,
LLD 1917, Wash, and Jefferson Coll.;
LL D.', Temple Univ., 1923.
Married: Anna W., d. of Peter A. Pugh, New
Cumberland (V/. Va.), R.D., June 20, 1900.
ch.: Aura Elizabeth, John Pugh.
Prof. Record: Methodist Ministry, New Cum-
berland (W Va.), 1897-99: Sheraden, 1899-
1™ Pittsburgh (Pa.), 1 900-19()6; (Grafton
(Pa ) 1906-13; Duluth (Minn.), 1913-16,
Pres.'ohio Wesleyan Univ., 1916-28, retired m

Memberships: 32 degree Mason, Knight Tem-
plar- Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Gamma Delta,
O D.'k., Pi Gamma Mu: New Century, Twenty
ciub, San Marino City Club.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf.

Home Address: 2764 Carlaris Rd., San Ma-
rino. Calif.

HOFFMAN, Lawrence Harold, M.D.,

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Oct. 22 1877;
s. of Hannah (Falkenstein) and Joseph Hoff-

Education: San Francisco public schools;
Cooper Med. Coll.
Degrees: M.D.; F.A.C.S.
Prof. Record: Graduated. Cooper Med. Coll.,



Doc. ISllT: U.S. Marine IIos. Service, 1898-

•Jt); Calif. Women's IIos., Resident, 1 H<)9- 1 90".^ ;

VlsUinR Surgeon, Ml. /.Ion IIos., 1<)<)2.

riihlu-dtions: Medical Journal articles.

Militiiry Service: U.S. Marino IIos. Service,

18i)S-!)y; U.S. Army, li)17-19; Major, M.C.

Memberships: Ma.sonlc Kidellty Lodge. 120;

Family Club.

Religion: Jewish.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Music.

Bits. Address: 450 Sutter St., San Francisco,


Home Address: Family Club, San Francisco,


Marntd: italph, s. of Ferdinand Hoffmann,
Stockbrlilge (, lHi)4; ch.: Klcanor,
Walter We.s.selhoeft, Gertrude.
Prof. Record: .Started acting career in Hol-
lywood, 19.'5.'i, last three pictures : Foreign
Correspondent, Before the Fact, Naval Acad-

Publications: Crashing Hollywood at Bixty.
published by Saturday Evening Post.
Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Democrat.

Home Address: 1156 No. Fuller Ave., Holly-
wood, Calif.

Other Address: 4.3 Glendessary Lane, Santa
Barbara, Calif.

HOFFMANN. Eleanor. A.B.

Born: Belmont (Mass.), Dec. 25, 1895; d. of
Gertrude (Wesselhoeft> and Ralph Hoffmann.
Education: Buckingham School (Cambridge,
Mass.); Pension Wittig (Berlin, Germany);
Miss Barstovv's (Kansas City, Mo.); P.G.,
Univ. of No. Carolina, Radcliffe Coll.
Degrees: A.B., Radcliffe Coll.
Piiblirations : Melika ond Her Donkey (pub-
lished by Stokes). 1937: The Travels of n
Snail (Stokes), 1939; A Cat of Paris (Stokes),
1940; miscellaneous articles in Asia, North
American Review. New York Times, etc.
Politics: Democrat.

Home Address: 43 Glendessary Lane, Santa
Barbara, Calif.

HOFFMANN, Floyd Edward, A.B., J.D.

Born: Richfield (Utah), Sept. 18, 1902; s. of

Delia Gertrude (Williams) and Edward Emile


Education: Stanford Univ.

Degrees: A.B., 1925, J.D., 1927, Stanford.

Married: Josephine de Rinzy, d. of Chetwyn
and Rosamond Pigott, Stanford Univ.
(Calif.), Dec. 19, 1931; ch. : Edward Mar-
shall, Mowbray Richard.

Prof. Record: Admitted to practice law in
the State of Calif., Oct. 7, 1927; admitted
to practice law before the Courts of the
U.S.A., District Court of the U.S. for the No.
Dist. of Calif., Nov. 17, 1927; entered active
practice, San Mateo (Calif.), Oct., 1927—.

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