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Memberships: F. & A. M., Royal Arch Ma-
sons: B.P.O.E.; Theta Chi. Delta Theta Phi:
Kiwanis Club.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis.

Bus. Address: 220 Third Ave., San Mateo,

Calif.

Home Address: 424 VV. Poplar, San Mateo.

Calif. •



HOFFMANN, Gertrude Wesselhoeft

Actress (Stage, Screen, Radio) ; Club Spkr.
Born: Heidelberg ((3er.), May 17, 1871; d.
of Mary Sarah (Eraser) and Walter Wessel-
hoeft.

Education: Boston private schools and in
Europe.



HOGAN, Dana

President, General Manager, Hogan Petrol-
eum Company.

Born: Minneapolis (Minn.), June 26, 1891;
s. of Mary (Mangan) and James Michael
Hogan.

Education: Univ. of Wisconsin.
Degrees: B.A., U. of Wis., 1912.
Married: Ida (widow of Frederick C. Porter),
d. of John and Flora HoUister, Los Angeles
(Calif.), June 26. 1935; ch. : (two stepsons)
Frederick C. Porter and Robert Porter.
Bms. Record: From 1912 to April, 1931, was
connected with various oil companies con-
trolled by E. L. Doheny; Roustabout, Oilwell
Worker, Gauger, Foreman, TraffR Manager
and Asst. Purchasing Agent from 1912-1917;
Geologist and Land Agent, examining proven
and prospective oil properties in all parts of
No. and So. Amer., Feb., 1919 to 1923: Man-
ager of Lands and Exploration, 1923-28; Vice-
Pres. and Dir., 1928-31; resigned as Vice-
Pres. in 1931, but remained a Dir. to date;
made four trips to Europe e.xamining pros-
pective oil properties in England, France,
Spain, Italv, Germanv, Austria, Roumania,
Hungary, Poland, 1931-33; drilled the dis-
covery well of the Mountain V^iew Field (a
major field ten miles southeast of Bakersfield,
Calif.), 1933. formed Hogan Petroleum Co.
to take over holdings, 1933.

Directorships: Pres., Hogan Petroleum Co.;
Pres., San Joaquin Valley Oil Producers
Assoc; Dir. of tlie following; Los Nietos Pro-
ducing and Refining Co., Calif. Oil and Gas
Assoc, Oil Producers Agency of Calif., Amer.
Petroleum Institute, and Independent Petrol-
eum Assoc, of Amer.

Navy Service: April 6, 1917, April 9, 1918,
was Reserve Ensign in U.S. Navy in South
Atlantic partol, North Atlantic transport
service and the battleship fleet; transferred
to Naval Air Service, April 9, 1918; pro-
moted to Lieut. (Jr. Grade), then to Lieut.;
from April to June, Pensocola Naval Air Sta-
tion; June to Nov., Northern Bombing Group
(France); at Armistice, was Commanding Of-
ficer of Headquarters Station. U.S.N., North-
ern Bombing Group (Autingues, Calais Prov-
ince, France).

Memberships: Amer. Institute Mining Engin-
eers, Am. Assoc, of Petroleum Geologists;
Sigma Chi Fraternity; Univ. Club (Los An-
geles) ; Calif. Club (Los Angeles) ; Bel-Air
Country Club (Beverly Hills) ; Cypress Point
Club (Pebble Beach, Calif.); Pacific Union
Club (San Francisco).
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Collegiate sports, golfing, sall-



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ing. flying, swimming, and all racquet games.
Bits. Address: 714 W. Olympic Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 239 Muirfield Rd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

HOHMANN, Arthur C.

Former Chief of Police, Los Angeles.
Born: San Francisco, Nov. 12, 1895; s. of
Augusta Frieda (Schilling) and August Henry
Hoffmann.

Education: Public schools in San Francisco,
San Anselmo, Victorville and Los Angeles.
Married: Pluma Agnes, d. of William B. and
Marie L. Barnett, San Francisco, Feb. 29,
1920; ch.: Gaylord, Robert, Kenneth.
Bus. Record: Laborer, U.S. Army Engineer-
ing Corps, Fort MacArthur, 1916; Rate Clerk,
Wells Fargo, Private Med. Corps, U.S. Army,
1917- Sgt., U.S. Infantry, 2nd Lieut., 1st
Lieut, 1918; Civilian Clerk, Zone Finance
Office, U.S. Army (Washington, D. C.) ;
Super Cargo Emergency Fleet Corps, U. S.
Shipping Board, 1920; carpenter's helper, L.A.
G^s and Electric, 1921; Independent Truck
Contractor (Los Angeles), 1922-25; Police-
man 1925-28, Sergeant of Police, 1928-35,
Lieut of Police, 1935-39, Chief of Police, 1939
to June, 1941; now Deputy Chief of Police
(all with Los Angeles Police Dept.).
Army Service: Enlisted as Private in Med.
Corps, Aug. 3, 1917; received Hon. Discharge
at 1st Lieut., Infantry, March 7, 1919.
Metnberships: Kiwanis; Am. Legion (Police
Post, No. 381).
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Motoring.

Bus. Address: City Hall, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 617 No. Occidental, Los An-
geles, Calif.

HOIJER, Professor Harry. A.B., M.A.,
Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Univ. of
Calif., Los Angeles.

Born: Chicago (111.), Sept. 6, 1904; s. of
Agnes (Peterson) and John O. Hoijer.
Education: Chicago public schools: Univ. of
Chicago.

Degrees: A.B., 1927, M.A., 1929, Ph.D., 1931,
Univ. of Chicago.

Married: Dorothy, d. of Pearl (Coonradt) and
Charles Jared, Chicago, June 7, 1927; ch.:
Charlotte and Peter.

Prof Record: Instr., Anthropology, Univ. of
Chicago, 1931-40; Asst. Prof., Anthropology,
Univ. of Calif. (Los Angeles), 1940—.
Publications: Tonkawa, An Indian Language
of Texas (Columbia Univ. Press), 1933; Cht-
ricahua & Mescalero Apache Texts (Univ.
of Chicago Press), 1938; several articles on
Amer. Indian Languages in various scientific
journals.

Memberships: Scientific Societies: Am. An-
thropological Assoc, Linguistic Soc. of Am.;
Sigma Xi.

Religion: Protestant.
Recreations: Gardening.

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

Home Address: 14849 Valley Vista Blvd.,
Sherman Oaks, Calif.



HOLDEN. John Trusty

Editor, Publisher, North Sacramento Journal.
Born: Rutherford (N.J.) (first child born
there), Sept. 8, 1869; s. of Mary Jane (Der-
mond» and The Reverend John Holden.
Education: Rutherford schools; Internat. Cor-
resp. Schs.

Married: Cora Bell, d. of William A. Tomp-
kins, Roseville (N. J.); ch.: Jane (Mrs. Edwm
P. Biggs) ; Maud (Mrs. Nelson A. Carstens) ;
John T., Jr.

Prof Record: Printed amateur newspaper in
school at 10 vrs. of age; local newspaper at
12 yrs.; Foreman. New York job printing
office at 16 yrs.; New York Herald, 19 yrs.
of age; Los Angeles Examiner; Sacramento
Union; had own advertising agency (Sacra-
mento), 1912-23; founded North Sacramento
Journal, 1923, Editor and Publisher since.
Me7nberships: York and Scottish Rites, Mystic
Shrine, F. & A. Masons; Rotary.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Water sports.
Bus. Address: 1808 Del Paso Blvd., No. Sac-
ramento, Calif.

Home Address: 207 W. El Camino Ave., No.
Sacramento, Calif.

HOLDEN, The Reverend Thomas, A.B.,
B.D., D.D.

Pastor, Wilshire Crest Presbyterian Church.
Born: Larne (County Antrim, Ireland), Sept
12, 1896; s. of Anna Maria (Arnold) ana
John Holden.

Education: Occidental College (Los Angeles,
Calif.).

Dearees- A.B., 1921, D.D., 1936, Occidental
College;' B.D., San Francisco Theological
Seminary, 1924.

Married: Katharine Evelyn, d^ of L- E. Mc-
Donald, Pasadena (Calif.), Nov. 11, 1924,
ch.: Rosemary Alice and John.
Prof. Record: Asst. Pastor, Highland Park
Presbyterian Church, 1924-25; Pastor, Trop-
ical Presbyterian (Glendale, Calif.) ; Organ-
izer of, and Pastor, Wilshire Crest Presby-
terian Church, 1927-. Stated Clerk, Synod
of Calif., 1932—. Stated Clerk, Presbytery
of Los Angeles, 1939 — .

Directorships: Member of Board of Directors:
Occidental College (Los Angeles), San Fran-
cisco Theological Seminary (San Anselmo),
Los Angeles Church Federation.
Army Record: 32nd. Infantry U.S. Army,
1918-19.

Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Golf.

Bus. Address: 5211 W. Olympic Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 6501 Maryland Dr., Los An-
geles, Calif.

HOLE, J. Wesley

Treasurer, Southern California-Arizona An-
nual Conference of the Methodist Church.
Born: Burns (Kansas), Aug 19 1903 ;s of
Lucretia Ellen (Storer) and David B. Hole.
Education: Schs. in Los Angeles.
Married: Velma Estelle d. of Minnie and
Timothy D. Edwards. Jefferson (Iowa), Sept.



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20, lirjl; ell,: John WVsli-y, Jr., and Marilyn
Louise.

Prof. Record: Asst . Purchasing Agent, Haw-
thorne Furniture Shops (I,os Angeles) from
1921-28; Office and Credit Manager, L. C.
Phenlx Co. (Los AnKok-s) from 19"J8-,'i'l;
Trees., Southern Calif, -Arlzon.i Conference
of the Methodist Church from MKiS— .
Directorships : Asst. Sccty and Bus. Manager,
Conference Endowment Fund, .So. Calif. -
Arizona Annual Conference of the Methodist
Church: Dlr., Hoard of Pensions of the Meth-
odist Church, Chicago (lil.).
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Badminton, tennis and hiking.
Btcs. Address: 125 Marchessault St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Ho7ne Address: 1812 Quito Way, La Canada,
Calif.

HOLLAND, Laurier Fox-Strangways,

E.M.

Secretary and Manager, Oregon Hill Gold
Mining Co., Inc. ; Lessee and Manager, Pacific
and Harmon Groups of Mines; Trustee and
Manager, Epley Mine.

Born: London (England), s. of Lily Mary
(Everett) and Colonel F. Holland (Ind. Staff
Corps) .

Education: School of Mining, Queen's Univ.
(Ontario, Can.); King's Coll. (Univ. of Lon-
don, Eng.).

Degrees: E.M., 1898.

Married: Lillian, d. of William Asa Harris,
In Halifax (Nova Scotia, Can.).
Prof. Record: Metallurgist of the Black Eagle
Mine (Ont.); Mine Capt., Belmont Mine
(Ont.); Mill Supt., Waverley Mines (N.S.);
Mgr., Evangeline Gold Mine (N.S.); Supt. of
Mines and Power for Smuggler Union Mining
Co. (Telluride, Colo.), 1905-13; Examining
Engr., New England Exploration Co.; Re-
search Worker in rare metals, especially moly-
bdenum, till 1916; Field Engr., Consolidated
Arizona Smelting Co. (Humboldt, Ariz.),
1916-17; Consulting Engr., Arizona Mines and
Reduction Co. (Wickenburg, Ariz.), and Rare
Metal Refining Co. (Pasadena, Calif.), 1917-
19; Mgr. for U.S. Smelting, Refining & Min-
ing Co. of the Crater Mining Co. (Ariz.),
1920-21; Research Worker in flotation pro-
cesses, 1924; Micro-Paleontologist for Calif.
Petroleum Corpn. and The Te.xas Co. (Calif.),
1925-29; Pres. and Gen. Mgr., CJolden Horse-
shoe Mining Corpn., Ltd., to 1933; Gen. Mgr.,
Guildford Mine, (Placerville, Calif.), 1934;
Consulting Engr. to the late Epes Randolph
(Pres., So. Pacific of Mexico Ry.); Field
Engr., Consolidated Arizona Smelting Co.;
Cons. Engr. to the late W. A. Clark, III;
Mgr., Oregon Hill Gold Mining Co. (Calif.);
Trustee and Mgr., Epley Mine (Calif.); Les-
see and Gen. Mgr., Pacific & Harmon Groups
of Mines (Placerville, Calif.). At the present
time holds last three positions.

Directorships: Secty. and Mgr., Oregon Hill
Gold Mining Co., Inc. (Calif.).

Publications: Has written many articles for
the Milling & Scientific Press, Engineering,
and Mining Journal, and other technical pub-
lications.

Memberships: Amer. Inst, of Mining & Metal-
lurgical Engrs.; Amer. Assn. of Petroleum



(Jcologlsts; Royal Societies Club 'London;;
Peter Pun; Free Mason.
Religion: Episcopal.
Recreations: Music, drama, book.s.
Btis. Address: Placerville, Calif.
Home Address: 1768 No. La Brea Ave., Hol-
lywood, Calif.

HOLLENBACH. Marion Grace. A.B.

Lcrlurcr in An1hropolf)gy.

Born: Cincinnati (Ohio), lf)08; d. of Mar-
garet (Fleming) and Howard Hollenbach.
Education: .Saginaw Eastern High School
(Mich.); Univ. of New Mexico; Graduate
work at Univ. of So. Calif.
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Mexico, 19.35.
Prof. Record: Traveled in Guatemala during
summer of 1934; spent 3 months in So.
America studying archaeological sites and
modern villages in Andean highlands, 19.35;
went to Mexico for a reconnaissance of an-
cient sites in that area, traveling to south-
ern and western Mexico, 1936; Fellow in
Anthropology at Univ. of So. Calif., 1935-36,
1937-38; with Los Angeles Museum, since
1938.

Directorships: Secty., Southwestern Archaeo-
logical Federation.

Publications: Short articles, and research as
yet unpublished.

Memberships: Southwestern Archaeological
Federation; Society for American Archae-
ology; Mu Alpha Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma
Delta Pi, Phi Gamma Mu.
Religion: Unitarian.

Recreations: Hiking, mountain climbing,
music and work with international groups.
Bus. Address: Los Angeles Museum, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 1058 Browning Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

HOLLENBERG. Professor George
Jacob, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Professor of Botany and Biology, University

of Redlands.

Born: Grand Harbor (N.D.); s. of Martha

Jane (Mitchell) and Wm. F. Hollenberg.

Education: La Verne Coll.; U. of Chicago;

Stanford U.

Degrees: A.B., La Verne Coll., 1921; M.A.,

Manchester Coll., 1922; Ph.D., Stanford U.,

1933.

Married: Naomi Luclle, d. of A. S. Harsh-

barger, Lindsay (Calif.), 1923; ch.: Delbert

Ernest, John Leland, Donna Lois, Anne

Marie.

Prof. Record: Prof, of Blolog>', La Verne

Coll., 1924-39; at Redlands since 1939.

Publications: Brief articles on Marine algae

in American Journal of Botany, etc.

Meynberships: Sigma Xi.

Religion: Church of the Brethren.

Bus. Address: Univ. of Redlands, Redlands,

Calif.

Home Address: 552 Cajon St., Redlands,
Calif.

HOLLERAN, Walter Martin, B.S., M.S.,
M.D., LL.D.

Physician, Surgeon; Holleran Medical Group.
Born: Los Angeles, May 15, 1889; s. of Han-
norah (McDonough) and Michael Holleran.



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Education: Los Angeles pub schs. : St Vin-
cent's Coll.: U. of So. Calif. Med. Sch.
Degrees: B.S.. 1909. M.S., 1911, St Vincent's
Cofl M.D.. U. of So. Calif.. 1914; LL.D.,
Lovo'la, 1941.

Married: Mildred, d. of Victoria Wargo) and
Alljert Washko. in Los Angeles, Calif., 1939,
ch • Patricia. Walter, and James.
Prof. Record: Mem., Holleran Medical Group
(Los Angeles), since 1918.
Directorships: Chief of Staff, Queen of Angels
Hospital.

Army Service: Capt Medical Corps A^E_F
Base Hospital 35, France, 1917-18. Operat-
ing Team, A.E.F.

Memberships: Los Angeles Surgical Soc. ;
LA. Co. Medical Assn.: Amer. Medical Assn_
Symposium Soc: BPOE: Jonathan Club; Phi
Rho Sigma: Knights of Columbus.
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Horseback riding.
Bus. Address: 1800 W. 6th St.. Los Angeles,
Calif.

Home Address: 101 So. Citrus, Los Angeles,
Calif.
HOLLINGSWORTH. Josephine Bacon,
A.B., M.A.

Librarian, Los Angeles Public Library.
Born: Austin (Texas), June 22. 1888; d of
Florence Mauzy (Latham) and John Elston
Hollingsworth.

Education: New Orleans Girls' High School
(graduated), 1906; Training Class, Los An-
geles Public Library, 1913.
Degrees: A.B., Newcomb College (Tulane
Univ.), 1910; M.A., Uuiv. of So. Cahf., 1923.
Prof. Record: Library Asst., Los Angeles Pub-
lic Library, Sociology, 1913-19, and Science
and Industry Depts., 1922-23; Asst. Liorarian,
US. Shipping Board (Washington, D.C.).
1919-''''- Asst. Dept. Librarian, Science and
Industry Dept., Los Angeles Public Library,
19'^3-27- Dept. Librarian (Municipal Refer-
ence Librarian) Municipal Reference Dept.,
Los Angeles Public Library, 1927—.
Directorships: (Executiye Board) Second
Vice-Pres., Special Libraries Assn., (Hdqts.,
NY), 1938-39, 1940-42; Dir., All City Em-
plovees Ass'n., 1937-39 (Los Angeles); Hon-
orary Pres., Civic Center Women's Council
(Los Angeles).

PubUcatio7is: Co-Author (with Orin F. Nol-
ting) Recording Council Action in the Oity
Clerk's Office (Chicago); International City
Managers' Association, 1938; Compiler. Basic
List of Municipal Documents, 1932; Compiler,
Union List of Perediocals in Libraries of
Southern Calif., 1925, 1st ed. ; contribuaons
to professional journals.

Mem-berships: Amer. Library Ass'n., Special
Libraries Ass'n., Calif. Library Ass n.. All
City Employees Ass'n., Civic Center Women s
Council Women in Government, Western
(Governmental Ass'n., Amer. Society of Pub-
lic Administration, General Alumni Ass n.
(Univ. of So. Calif.), Alumnae Ass'n. (New-
comb College).
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Gardening.

Bus. Address: 300 City Hall, Los Angeles.
Calif



Home Address: 1837 Hanscom Dr., So. Pasa-
dena, Calif.



HOLLISTER. John James, A.B.

President and Manager, Hollister Estate Com-
pany.

Born: Santa Barbara (Calif.), Dec 7. 1870;
s. of Annie (James) and William Welles Hol-
lister.

Education: Stanford Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Stanford Univ., 1895.
Married: Lottie, d. of Joseph Steffens. Sac-
rar^ento (Calif.), Oct. 26, 1873; ch.: John
James, Jr., Joseph Steffens, Clinton Bennett
Hale, Jane (Hollister) Wheelwright (also 7
grandchildren) .

Prof Record: After graduation followed min-
int' for 15 yrs.; since 1910, Manager of Hol-
lister Estate Co., operating 35,000 acres land,
farming and cattle raising: Pres. and Mgr
same since 1925; State Senator, 1925-28, 1937-
40- Mem State Commission on Agricultural
Education, 1922; Chmn., Santa Barbara
County Farm Debt Adjustment Committee.
Directorship: Pres., Hollister Estate Co.
Memberships: Society of Los Alamos; Univ.
Club of Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Club,
Eagles: Native Sons of the Golden West.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Hollister Estate Co., Gaviota,
Calif.

Home Address: Rancho Bulito, Gaviota, Calif.
Other Address: 911 Chapala St., Santa Bar-
bara, Calif.

HOLLZER, Harry Aaron, B.L., LL.B.

Judge, United States District Court.
Born- New York City, Nov. 4, 1880; s. of
Anne (Gray) and Joseph HoUzer.
Education: Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: B.L., 1902, LL.B., 1903, Univ. of
Calif.

Married: Louise Green, May 5, 1907; ch.:
Alma (Mrs. O. N. Srere), Herbert.
Prof. Record: Admitted to Calif. Bar 1902;
began pra.ctice at San Francisco, 1903; ap-
P^fntcd Judr^e, Superior Court of Calif May
1924; elected to same office, Nov. 19-6 ap-
pointed Judge, U.S. Dist. Court Calif .m.O^
appointed Mem., Judicial Council of Calif, for
o ,'r f-rm, 1926-28; reappointed. 1928; Chmn..
Nat Conf. of Jud. Councils. 1929-31.
Directorships: Trustee, Univ. Religious Conf.

(Los Angeles).

Array Service: Mem., Advisory Bd. Selective
Draft Bd. (Los Angeles). 191 (-18.

Memberships: Mem., Am. Bar. Assn (Secy.

iudicial sect.); Mason (Shriner) ; Elk: Lo.=

Angeles Athletic, Santa Monica Swimming

Clu°bs.

Religion: Hebrew.

Politics: Republican.

Bits. Address: Federal Bldg., Los Angeles,

Calif.

Home Address: 245 So. Norton Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

HOLMAN, Professor Emile Frederic,

A.B., M.D., F.A.C.S.

Surgeon- Executive Head of Department of
Surgery, Lane and Stanford Hospital.
Born: Moberly (Mo.), Aug. 12, 1890; s. of
Caroline (Fieth) and the Reverend Frank
Henry Holman.



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hldiirnlK})! : Sdmlotd Univ., Oxford Univ.

(KnKliind); .lolins Hopkin.s Univ.

nr<jrcr.-<: A. 15., Stanford Univ., 1911; Rhode.s

Scholar from Cullf.. U)l')-17, B.A., O.xford

Univ. (England), 1916; M.D., Johns Hopkins,

1918. F.A.C.S.

Married: Ann Peril Purdv (M.D.), Sept. 17,

1921; ch.: Halsted Reld. Shaun Purdy, Peter

Purely.

Prof. Record: Instr. In Surgery, Johns Hop-
kins, 1920-23; Teaching Fellow, Harvard,
1923-24; Asst. Prof., Surgery, Wostorn Uo-
serve, 1924-25; Prof. Surgery, Stanford, since
1925; E.xec. Head of Dopt. of Surgery, Lane
and .Stanford IIos|)ltals, since 1925; Visiting
Prof., Peiping (China) Union Med. Coll.. 19,30;
Mem., Comm. for Relief In Belgium, 1914-15.
Puhlicatinns: Author of many papers on surg.
lesions of blood vessels and surg. di.seases of
lungs, thorax, and stomach.

Army Service: Mem., Med. R.C., U.S. Army,
1917-19.

Awards: Medaille de Roi Albert. 1918; Sam-
uel D. Gross Prize, Phila. Acad. Surgery,
1930 (for original research in aneurysms).
Memberships: Amer. Surgical Assn., Amer.
Assn. for Thoracic Surgery, AMA; Clin. Soc.
Surgery; Soc. of University Surgeons; Pacific
Coast Surg. Assn.; Johns Hopkins Surg. Soc;
Calif. Acad. Medicine; Soc. for Exptl. Biology
and Medicine; A.A.A.S.; Sigma Xi, Phi
Beta Kappa. Alpha Omega Alpha, Phi Delta
Kappa, Nu Sigma Nu; Commonwealth Club.
Religion: Methodist.

Bus. Address: 2351 Clay St., San Francisco,
Calif.

Home Address: 722 Funston Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.



HOLMES. Earle J.. B.S., M.S.
Director of Athletics, Compton College.
Born: Kansas City (Mo.), Mar. 10, 1907; s.
of Josie (Collier) and Earl Holmes.
Education: Public Schools, Wichita (Kan.),
and Denver (Colo.); Undergraduate study,
Univ. of Nevada; Graduate Study Texas Tech-
nological College, Univ. of So. Calif., Univ.
of Wis., Morningside College, Teachers Col-
lege Columbia Univ.

Degrees: B.S., Univ. of Nevada, 1932; M.S.,
Univ. of So. Calif., 1937.

Married: Mary I., d. of Josephine (Jack.son)
and Robert A. Balrd, Ely (Nevada), July 22,
1934; ch.: Sally J.

Prof. Record: Athletic Coach and Phvsical
Education Instr., Elko Countv High School
(Wells, Nevada), 1932-34; Academic Instr.
and Athletic Coach, Compton Secondary
Schools. 1934-36; Vice-Prln., Compton Sec-
ondary Schools, 1936-37; Student Personnel
Staff and Athletic Coach, Compton College,
1937-39. Dir., Pacement Service and Athletic
Board Secty., 1939-40, Dir. of Athletics and
Student Placement, 1940 — .

Publications: Status of the Physical Educa-
tion Instructor and the Athletic Coach
(Thesis), (Univ. of So. Calif.), 1937.

Memberships: Phi Delta Kappa, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon; Calif. Teachers' Assn.

Recreations: Travel.

Bxis. Address: Compton College, Compton,
Calif.

Home Address: 336 West School St., Comp-
ton, .Calif.



HOLMES, Ralph

Instructor, Dr.iwing and Painting, Oils Art
Institute.

Born: La Grange (111.); s. of Melalne (God-
dard) and William Henry Holmes.
Education: Northwe.stern Univ., The Art
Inst, of Chicago, and In Europe.
Married: Esther Lathrop, d. of T. E. Miller,
Oak Park (III.), 1906; ch.; Patricia.
Prof. Record: Artist (land.scape and mural),
formerly advertising and newspaper Artist.
p]ducator; Registrar (in charge of the .school)
The Art Inst, of Chicago; As.soc. Prof. (Head
of the Dept. of Art Instrn.), Carnegie Inst,
of Technology (Pittsburgh, Pa.); Instr.,
Drawing and Painting, Otis Art Inst.
Directorships: Pres., Calif. Art Club; form-
erly Pres., Painters and Sculptors Club, Los
Angeles (Calif.); Pres., Assoc. Artists of
Pittsburgh.

Aivards: Gold Medal, Painters and Sculptors
Club, Los Angeles Museum; Silver Medal,
Assoc. Artists. Carnegie Inst., Pittsburgh;
Hon. Mention in various exhibitions.
Memberships: Phi Kappa Psi.
Politics: Independent.

Bus. Address: 2401 Wilshire Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 6553 Colgate Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.
Other Address: Twin Lakes Park, Calif. •

HOLMES. Profe.ssor Samuel Jackson.

B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Professor of Zoology, Emeritus, University of
California.

Born: Henry (111.). Mar. 7, 1868; s. of Avis
F. (Taber) and Joseph Holmes.
Education: Pub. schs. (111.); Chaffey Coll.
(Ontario, Calif.); U. of Calif.
Degrees: B.S., 1893, M.S.. 1895, U. of Calif.;
Ph.D., U. of Chicago, 1897.
Married: Celia W., d. of Henry E. Skinner,
at Berkeley, Calif. ; ch. : Samuel J. Jr., Mar-
ion v.. Avis C, John W., Joseph E.
Prof. Record: Instr. in Zoology, U. of Mich.,
1899-1906; Asst. Prof, of Zoology, U. of Wis.,
1906-12; Assoc. Prof., U. of Calif., 1912-16;
Prof, of Zoology, U. of Calif., 1916-38; Eme-
ritus Prof., 1938 — .

Publications: Biology of the Frog (Macmil-
lan), 1906; Evolution of Animal Intelligence
(Holt), 1912; Studies in Animal Behavior
(Badger), 1912; Elements of Animal Biology
(Blakistons), 1918; The Trend of the Race
(Harcourt, Brace), 1921; Studies in Evolution
and Eugeyiics (Harcourt, Brace), 1923; A
Bibliography of Eugenics (U. of Calif. Press),
l924:Louis Pasteur (Harcourt, Bracei. 1924;
General Biology (Harcourt, Brace), 1925; The
Eugenic Predicament (Harcourt, Brace),
19.33; Hutnan Genetics and Its Social Import
(McGraw-Hill), 1936; The Negros' Struggle
For Survival (U. Of Calif. Press), 1937.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,
Calif.

Hoyne Address: 2821 Regent St., Berkeley.
Calif. •

HOLT. Frank Lee

Lawyer; Marshal of the Municipal Court of
Los A.ngeles.

Born: Nodaway Co. (Mo.), Feb. 1, 1886; s.
of Agnes (McKee) and Lou R. Holt.



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Education: Pub. schs. (MaryviUe, Mo.); U. of
Mo., 1905-08.

Married: Carrie Belle, d. of Mary R i c e
(McElroy) and Daniel W. Brown at Kans.
City (Mo.), Apr. 9, 1910; ch.: Agnes M.,
Lula B., Russell A.

Prof. Record: Retail stores Farming Well-
drilling, 1909-23; Deputy Clerk, L.A. Jus-
tices' Court, 1924; Jury Commissioner, LA.
Municipal Court. 1929 admitted to Practjce
law, 1933; appointed Marshal of L.A. Muni-
cipal Court, 1938.

PtMications: Analysis of 1933-Si Calif. Bar



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