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Hoiyie Address: 900 No .Bundy Dr., Los An-
geles, Calif.

HUNTING. Gardner


Born: Kilbourn City (Wis.), Sept. 2, 1872; s.
of Frances Amelia (Maynard) and George
Field Hunting.

Education: Kalamazoo Public Schools; Alma
College (Mich.)

Married: Edyth May (deceased Mar. 3, 1939),
d. of Roval A. Jenney, at Ann Arbor, Mich.,
April 18, 1900.

Prof Record: Engaged in newspaper work in
Saginaw (Mich.), from 1897 to 1902; ad-
vertising in Chicago, 1902-06; Asso. Editor,
Technical World, 1906-11; Editor, People's
Magazine (New York), 1912-15; motion pic-
tures, 1915, with Famous Players-Lasky, 1916-
21 as Writer and Supervisor; has done
independent writing since 1921, specializing in
personnel work and metaphysics.
Publications: Fourteen books of fiction; one
of metaphysical essays; one play which was
produced and one which was published.
Religion: Christian.
Recreations: The theater.
Home Address: Long Beach, Calif.

HUNTING. Walter Judson, A.B., M.A.
Mathematics Teacher, Lindsay Senior H.S.
Born: Newton (Jasper Co., Iowa), Feb. 11,
1874; s. of Addie E. (Mason) and Ambrose
L. Hunting.

Education: Univ. of Nebr.
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Nebr., 1901; M.A.,
Stanford, 1928.

Married: Harriet Alden, d. of James Dins-
more, in Hebron, May 19, 1876; ch. : Alden
D., Walter A., Gordon M.
Prof. Record: Prin. Ohiowa (Nebr.) Schs.,
1901-04- Prin., North Platte (Nebr.) Schs.,
1904-06- Supt., Carson City (Nevada) Schls.,
1907-18; Supt., Pub. Instr., State of Nev.,
1919-26- Supt. Consolidated School (Love-
lock Nev.), 1927-30; Teacher, Montezuma
Boys School (Los Gatos, Calif^), 1930-32;
Math. Teacher, Lindsay H.S. (Calif.), 1932
— • Mem., State Text-book Commn. (Nev.);
Pres., Nevada State Ed. Assn.
Publications: Nevada School Apportionment
Law, 1917.

Army Record: Sergt. Co. F, 1st Nebr. Vol.
Inf., 1899.

Memberships: Phi Delta Kappa.
Religion: Baptist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis, hiking.
Bus. Address: Lindsay High School, Lindsay,

Home Address: 972 Denver St., or Rt. 1^
Box 47-A, Lindsay, Calif.

HUNTINGTON. Rear Admiral Arthur
Frankliii. (S.C), U.S.Navy
Naval Officer (retired).

Born: Brooklyn (New York), Feb. 24 1877;
s of Elizabeth Franklin (Bache) and Charles
Lathrop Huntington (late Commander, U.S.
Navy) .

Education: Public and private schools; U.S.
Naval Acad.



Mnrrud: Mary rOmlly. il. of Rllzabcth (Sey-
mour) and l{ov. N. H. Kllnk, In Now Ro-
rhollo (N.Y.), Jan. Hi, 1<K)7.
N(iv)i Sfrxiicc : Naval service since ISM;
afloat and ashore since 1898; f/.S.S. Tnpeka,
Spanish-Amor. War; f/.S.."?. Pennsylvania,
Staff Commdr.-in-Chlof, Atlantic Fleet, World
War I, li)17-18; retired March 1, 1941;
still on active duty.

Awards: Sampson Medal and West Indies
CampaJKn Hadgo (Spanish-American War);
Philippine Campaign Badge, 1901; Victory
Modal and Atlantic Fleet Clasp (World War
I). 1917-18.

Memberships: Army and Navy (Washington,
D.C.); Army and Navy Country (Arlington,
Va.); New York Yacht (New York, N.Y.);
Bohemian (San Francisco, Calif.); Claremont
Country (Oakland, Calif.)
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: (3oIf, gardening.
Bus. Address: 315 Montgomery St., San
Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 107 Parkside Dr., Berkeley,

HURLBUT. Harold. LL.B.

Teacher of Singing, Lecturer.
Born: Luverne (Minn.); s. of Sarah (Well-
man) and Wendell P. Hurlbut.

Education: Stanford Univ.; New York Law

Degrees: LL.B., N.Y. Law School, 1910.
Married: Maud Ella, d. of Frederick Clinton
Blanchard in Morristovvn, N.J., April 18,
190b; ch. : Elizabeth.

Prof. Record: Entered father's bank as
stenographer, and went through various de-
partments; Examiner of Titles to Real Prop-
erty — during all of which time, studied sing-
ing under eminent singers of the Golden
Age of Metropolitan Opera Co., including
Carnpanari and Victor Maurel; taught sing-
ing for 9 years and then went to Jean de
Reszke in France for post-graduate training
in singing, operatic tradition and the tech-
nic of teaching; taught in Paris, Nice, New
Y'ork and Hollywood; toured the United
States, five seasons as concert singer, lec-
turer and Master Class Teacher; many
pupils, leading singers at Hollywood Bowl, in
So. Calif. Opera Assn., on Screen, Stage and
Radio. Holds annual Normal Course for
teachers every summer in Hollywood.
Publications: Author of Voice Fundamentals
(J. Fischer and Bros., N.Y.), now in second
edit., endorsed by Bispham, Amato, W. J.
Henderson (critic, N.Y. Sun )and others.
Me7nberships: Authors' Club of Hollywood
(Dir.); Kappa Sigma; Rotary Club; Masons.
Religion: Christian.
Politics: American.

Hoyne Address: 1330 No. Crescent Heights
Blvd., Hollywood, Calif.

HURT, Leslie Milton. B.S., D.V.M.
Veterinarian; Los Angeles County Live Stock

Born: Near Newton (Iowa), Nov. 5, 1880;
s. of Nancy (Adkins) and James Thomas

Education: Newton Grade and High Schools;
Iowa State College.

Degrees: D.V.M., IIXJ-I, B.S. In Agr., 1916,
Iowa .Stale College.

Married: Efflo. d. of J L. McKlm In Amen
(Iowa), June f>, V.HXi; ch.: Thomas I^slle,
Mary Ellen, Ross Harrison, Donald F^dgar,
Robert Glenn.

Prof. Record: Asst. Prof., Physiology and
Sanitary .Science, Iowa State Coll., 1904-07;
Prof., Veterinary Science & F>xperimental
Sla. Vet.. Mich., AgrI, Coll., 1907-12; City
Vet., Pasadena (Calif.), 1912; general prac-
tice and Live .Stock Inspector, Los Angeles
County, 1913-24; County Live Stock In-
spector, in charge of County Dept. 1924 — ;
temporary and spec, appointments. U..S.D.A.
Bureau of Animal Industry, 1904-06, et al.
Memberships: So. Calif, and Calif. State
Vet. Medical Assns. (Past-Pres.) ; Am. Vet.
Med. Assn. (Member, Exec. Bd.); Internal.
Vet. Congress; U.S. Livestock Sanitary Assn.
(Member, Exec. Com.); Am. Soc. of Animal
Production; Research Workers in Animal Dis-
eases; L.A. Cham, of Comm. (Member, Agr.
Com.); Farm Bureau of .So. Calif., I.S.C.
Club; Iowa Assn. of So. Calif.; Phi Gamma
Delta; Acacia; Peace Officers Shrine Club;
Masonic Orders through York to Shrine.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreation: Outdoor activities on home place
and on stock ranches.

Bus. Address: 203 Administration Bldg.,
Union Stock Yards, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 721 W. Orange Grove Ave.,
Sierra Madre, Calif. •

HUSE. Emery

Motion Picture Technician; Manager, Mo-
tion Picture Film Dept. for West Coast,
Eastman Kodak Co.

Born: Newburyport (Mass.), Feb. 24, 1897; s.
of Lelia (Torrey) and Edward A. Huse.
Education: Central High School, Washington
(D.C.); George Washington Univ.; Univ.
of Rochester, E.xtension Div.
Married: Alice M., d. of W. A. Sabin, in
Rochester (N.Y.), Dec. 20, 1921; ch.: Betty
Jane and Barbara Ann.

Prof. Record: Nine yrs. in research labor-
atory, Eastman Kodak Co. ; 13 yrs. In tech-
nical research and service to motion picture
trade for Eastman Kodak Co. in Hollywood
(Calif.); now in the capacity of Mgr., Motion
Picture Film Dept. for West Coast, Eastman
Kodak Co.

Directorships: Pres., Soc. of Motion Picture
Engrs., 1941-42.

Publicatiojis : Several articles on photography
pub .in the following journals: Society of
Motion Picture Engineers Journal, American
Cinematographer, International Photographer,
Optical Society of America, Royal Photo-
graphy Society of England.

Army Service: Air Service, U.S.A., 1918.

Memberships: Soc. of Mot. Picture Engrs.;
Acad, of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences;
Amer. Soc. of Cinematographers.

Religion: Unitarian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Go\t.

Bus. Address: Eastman Kodak Co., 6706
Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, Calif.

Home Address: 6115 del Valle Dr., Los An-
geles, Calif. •



HUSE, Professor William (Woodman),

A.B., M.A.

Associate Prof, of English, Calif. Inst, of

Born: Rockford (Ill.K May 25, 1898; s. of
Mary (MosheD and William Woodman Huse.
Education: Chicago Pub. Schs.; Stanford
Univ.; Princeton Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Stanford Univ., 1921; M.A.,
Princeton Univ., 1928.

Married- Eleanor Markham, d. of Benjamin
E. Page, in Pasadena (Calif.), Dec. 26,
1932; ch.: Joan.

Prof Record: Instr., in Eng., Washington
Univ. (St. Louis, Mo.), 1921-23; Princeton
Univ , 1923-24; Asst. Prof, of Eng.. Univ.
of Kansas, 1927-29; Asst. Prof., 1929-38, and
Asso. Prof, of Eng., since 1938, Calif. Inst,
of Tech.

Puhlications: These United States (a collec-
tion of essays for coll. freshmen) edited joint-
ly with Harvey Eagleson and L. W. Jones,

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Gardening and badminton.
Bus. Address: California Inst, of Technology,
Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 3676 Yorkshire Rd., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

HUTCHESON, Major General Grote,

D.S.M. (Army and Navy), U.S.Army
Army Officer.

Born: Cincinnati (Ohio), April 1, 1862; s.
of Therese C. (Turpin) and Ebenezer E.

Education: U.S. Military Acad, (grad., 1884).
Married: Rosalie E. St. George, of Brooklyn
(N.Y.), Jan. 16, 1916.

Army Record: Commd. 2d Lt., 9th Cav.,
June 15, 1884; Col. of Cav., July 1, 1916;
Brig.Gen. N.A., Aug. 24, 1917; Maj.Gen.
(temp ), Aug. 27, 1918; Brig.Gen., Regular
Army, July 3, 1920; Maj.Gen., July 19. 1924;
retired, July 20, 1924; participated in cam-
paigns in Okla.. 1884-85, campaign against
the Sioux Indians in S.D., 1890-91; duty
railroad strikes, 1894; campaign against Ban-
nock Indians, July-Sept., 1895; Adj. Gen.,
Puerto Rican Expdn., 1898; Adj. Gen. and
Judge Advocate, Dept. of Mo., 1899-1900;
with China-Relief Expdn., 1900, as Adj. Gen.,
later Insp. Gen. and Judge Advocate; par-
ticipated in advance to Peking; Mil. Secy, to
Mil Gov. ot P. I.. 1901-02; Judge Adv. Dept.
of the East (N.Y.). 1903-04; Mem., Gen Staff
CJov of P. I., 1901-02; Judge Adv. Dept. of the
East (N.Y.), 1903-04; Member Gen. Staff
Corps, 1904-08; duty. Office, Chf. of Staff,
1904-08; Member, Spec. Mission to witness
maneuvers of French Army, 1905 ;in Phil-
ippines, 1901-02; 1908-10, 1915-16; Mexican
border. 1911-12, 1916-17; organized Recruit
Depots at Ft. Sam Houston (Tex.)T and Ft.
Thomas (Ky.); created and organized Port
of Embarkation. Newport News and Nor-
folk (Va.); Comd.. 14th Div., Camp Custer
(Mich.), and Camp Meade (Md.); Comdg. N.
Y. Gen. Intermediate Depot, reducing war
activities and coordinating supply services
in and around N.Y.C., 1921-23; Comdg.,
11th F.A. Brig., Schofield Barracks (Hawaii),

Awards: D.S.M. (U.S.), "for especially mer-
itorious and conspicuous services in admin-

istration of Port of Embarkation," 1918;
Navy' D.S.M. for services World War I; Me.
Order of Dragon; Order ot Carabo; Soc.
Foreign Wars.

Memberships: Army and Navy (Washington,
D. C); Union League (San Francisco).
Religion: Episcopal. (Dir. Gen.. Cathedral
Foundation, Washington, 1925-27).
Home Address: Saratoga, Calif.

HUTCHINGS. AUis Hardenberg Miller

Hotel Executive; President, Frank A. Miller,

Born: Riverside (Calif.), April 19, 1882; d.
of Isabella Demarest (Hardenbergh) and
Frank Augustus Miller.

Education: Marlborough Sch. for Girls (Los
Angeles) ; Thompson-Baldasseroni Sch. (Rome,

Married: DeWitt Vermilye, s. of Helen Lan-
sing (Vermilye) and George Long Hutch-
ings, in Riverside (Calif.), Sept. 13, 1909;
ch ; Frank Miller, Isabella Vermilye. Helen
Hardenberg (Mrs. Charles Henry Watson.).
Bus Record: Private secretary and assist-
ant to her father in many enterprises; Of-
ficer and Dir., Glenwood Hotel Co. (founded
by father, 1902; now Frank A. Miller, Inc.)
since 1910; Trustee, 1935 — .
Directorships: Trustee, Director, Pres.. Frank
A. Miller. Inc.

Publications: Magazine articles on art col-
lecting (bells, crosses, dolls, animals, net-
sukes, etc.). and aeronautics.
Memberships: D.A.R.; Riverside Co. Humane
Soc (director) ; Women's Internat. Assn. of
Aeronautics (Secy., Dir., 1935-39) ; Pan Am-
erican League (Los Angeles Chapter) (dir-
ector since 1938) ; Am. Assn. of Indian Af-
fairs (Riverside Branch) ; Junior Aid of Riv-
erside; Victoria (golf) Club.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Art collecting .travel.
Bus. and Home Address: Mission Inn, River-
side, Calif.

HUTCHINGS, DeWitt Vermilye, A.B.

Hotel Executive; Managing Dir., Mission Inn,

Born: Orange (N.J.) Aug. 18, 1879; s. of
Helen Lansing (Vermilye) and George Long

Education: Lawrenceville (N.J.), Schl.; grad.
Princeton U., 1901; student Balliol Coll.,
Oxford U. (Eng.), 1905-06.
Degrees: A.B. Princeton U., 1901.
Married: AUis Hardenberg, d. of Isabella
Demarest (Hardenbergh )and Frank Augustus
Miller, Riverside (Calif.), Sept. 13, 1909;
ch.; Frank Miller, Isabella Vermilye, Helen
Hardenberg (Mrs. Charles Henry Watson).
Bus Record: With Crawford, Dyer & Co.
(bonds), and Astor Trust Co., (N.Y.), 1907
-08; Ranching and traveling in Southwest
1908-09; Executive at Mission Inn. 1909 — .
Directorships: Trustee and Dir., Frank A.
Miller, Inc., Riverside (Calif.); Bd. of Ad-
visors. Institute of World Affairs (L.A.);
Dir, Calif. Safety Council; Advisory Bd. of
So. Calif. Com. for Olympic Games; Dir.,
Riverside Chamber of Commerce; Mem., His-
torical Marking Com., Calif. State Park

Clubs: Princeton of So. Calif.
State Park Comm.; Princeton of So. Calif.,



Athli'tic (Iv.A.i. Victoria ((,'(1111, Itolaiy, New-
port Harbor Viicht.
Politics: Ilcpul)llciin.
Recreations: Golf, motoring, travel.
Home Address; Mission Inn, Hlvcrskle, Calif.

Deputy Attorney General, State of California.
Boni: Pueblo (Coloracloi, Dec. 26, 19<J5; s.
of Mary E. (Thomas) and Thompson Hutch-

Education: Denver Univ.; Univ. of Calif.;
Hastings College of Law.
Degrees: LL.B., Univ. of Calif.
Married: Maxine Patricia, d. of Edgar Lawr-
ence Dow, in Del Monte, Feb. 27, 1937.
j.^rof. Record: Asso., law firm Keyes & Erskin,
1931-33; Senior Partner, Hutchinson & Green,
1933 — ; Deputy Attorney General under U.S.
Webb, 1938-39; Deputy Attorney General un-
der Earl Warren, 1939 — .
Directorship: Dir., River Farms of California.
Memberships: Amer. Coll. Quill Club; Green
Room Club; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Alpha
Delta, Tau Kappa Alpha.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Swimming, amateur theatricals.
Bus. Address: 1 Montgomery also State Bldg.,
San Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 2210 Jacicson St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif. *

HUTCHINSON, Mary Edna. A.B., B.N..

Public Health Nurse; Ventura County Health

Bom: Los Angeles (Calif.), May 14, 1908;
d. of Odessa (Kline) and William B. Hutch-

Education: Manual Arts High School (L.A.,
Calif.); Univ. of Calif. (Los Angeles); Yale
Univ., School of Nursing; College of Chinese
Studies (Peiping) ; Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley).
Degrees: A.B., U.C.L.A., 1930; B.N., Yale
Univ., 1935; P.H.N., Univ. of Calif., 1940.
Prof. Record: YWCA Secty., Glendale (Cal-
if) ; 1930-31; Dir. of Girl's Summer Camps,
Pasadena & Glendale Y'WCA, 1932; Educa-
tional Supervisor, Yale-in-China Assn., School
of Nursing, Changsha (China), 1936-37;
Dean of School of Nursing, Human- Yale
Hospital, Changsha (China), 1937-39; Pub-
lic Health Nurse, Ventura Co. Health Dept.,

Memberships: Amer. Nurses Assn.; Calif.
State Organization of Public Nurses; Fellow-
ship of Reconciliation.
Religion: Congregational.

Recreations: Music, tennis, swimming, read-
ing, hiking, photography.
Bus. Address: City Hall, Fillmore, Calif.
Home Address: 1341 W. 31st St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Other Address: 438^^ Clay St., Fillmore,

HUTCHISON, Dean Claude Burton,

B.S., M.S., LL.D., D.Agr., F.A.A.A.S
Agronomist, Geneticist; Dean, College of
Agriculture, U. of California.
Born: ChilUcothe (Mo.), April 9, 1885; s.

of Adrlana (.Smith) and William Moses Hutch-

Education: U. of Mls.sourl.
Degrees: B.S. In Agr., U. of Mo,. V.K)H: M.S.
in Agr., Cornell U., 19i:i, Harvard U., 1917;
LL.D., U. of Mo., 19.'i7; D. Agr. (hon.), U.
of Sophia (Bulgaria), 1939.
Married: (1) Ro.xie Ruth Prlchard, of Prince-
ton (Mo.), Dec. 2.1, 1908; ch.: Helen, Ruth,
Betty, Lucille. (2) Brenda Bull of Birkhead
(England), Oct. 3, 1939; ch.: Claude Bur-
ton, Jr.

Prof. Record: With U. of Missouri, advanc-
ing to Prof, of Agronomy, 1908-14; Prof.,
Farm Crops, 1914-16; Prof., Plant Breed-
ing, Cornell U., 1916-22; Prof., Plant Breed-
ing, U. of Calif. (Berkeley^ also Dir. branch
of the College of Agr., 1922-24; Asso. Dir.,
Agricultural Ed. for Europe. Internat. Edn.
Bd., 1924-26, Dir., 1926-28; Prof, of Agr. and
Dir., Giannini Foundation of Agr. Economics,
U. of Calif., 1928-31; Prof, of Agr., Dean
of Coll. of Agr., and Dir., Agricultural
Expt. Station, U. of Calif. (Berkeley), since

Awards: Order of the White Lion (Czecho-
slovak!^); Agrl. Decoration of 1st Class (Bel-
gium); Officier du M^rite Agricole (France).
Memberships: Fellow, Amer. Assn. Advance-
ment of Science; Botanical Soc. of America;
Amer. Soc. Agronomy; Amer. Genetics Assn.;
Amer. Soc .of Naturalists; CJenetics Soc.
of America; Corr. Member, Czechoslovakian
Acad, of Agr.; Sigma Xi, Alpha Zeta (Nat.
Pres., 1914-23), Gamma Alpha; Mason.
Religion: Presbyterian.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

Home Address: 140 Montrose Rd., Berkeley,
Calif. •

HUTSON, Esther McCulloch, B.S., M.A.
Social Worker.

Born: Peoria (111.), Nov. 25, 1893; d. of
Caroline (Campbell) and Reverend Charles
Olin McCulloch.
Education: Columbia University (New York).

Degrees: B.S.. 1921 and M.A. 1924, Columbia

Married: John R., s. of Harman L. Hut-
son at Los Angeles (Calif), Aug. 3, 1927.
Prof. Record: Asst. Dir., Public Welfare
Bureau, Portland (Oregon) ; Asst. Dist. Dir.,
Brooklyn Bureau of Charities (N.Y.) ; Asst.
Dir., Travelers Aid Soc, Los Angeles (Calif.);
Dir. of Social Service Div., State Relief Ad-
ministration of Calif., resigned Sept. 1939.

Memberships: American Associiation of Soc-
ial Workers.
Religion: Protestant.

Bus. Address: 440 Sansome St., San Fraji-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: Madrona Ave., Belvedere,

HUXLEY, Aldous Leonard. A.B.


Born: Godalming (Surrey, England), July 26,

1894; s. of Julia (Arnold) and Leonard


Education: Eton College and Univ. of Oxford.
Degrees: A.B., Oxford, 1916.
Married: Maria, d. of Norbert Nys in Bellem
(Belgium), July 11, 1919; ch.: one son.
Prof. Record: Joined the staff of London



Athenaeum. 1919; acted as Dramatic CriHc
tor Westminster Gazette and did much
miscellaneous literary journalism. Author ot
seven novels, volumes of short stones, essays
and one play.

Memboships: The Athenaeum (London).
Home Address: 701 So. Amalfi Dr., Pacific
Palisades, Calif.

HUXSTER, Frederick G.. B.S.
Chemical Engineer; Superintendent of Her-
cules Plant, Hercules Powder Company.
Born: Arlington (N.J.). Dec. 28, 1897; s^ of
Bertha Louise (Greiner) and William 1. uux-

Education: N.J. Grade, Grammar and High
Schools; Indiana Univ. training.
Degrees: B.S., Chemical Engineering, Tri-
State Coll. (Indiana), 1922.
Married: Versie Mae, d. of George F. Sheets
in Nappanee (Ind.); ch.: Marilyn Ruth and
John Frederick.

Prof. Record: Chemist, Hercules Powder Co.,
Kenvil Plant (N.J.), 1922, Asst Acid Super-
visor, 1925-28, Acid Supervisor, 1928-29; Ac d
Supervisor, Parlin Plant (N.J.), 1929-31;
Hercules Plant (Calif.), 1931-36, Powder Line
Supervisor, 1936-37; Asst. Supt. Bacchus
Plant (Utah), 1937-38; Asst. Supt., Bessemer
Plant. 1938-39; Hercules Plant (Calif.), 19^J-
40; made Supt., 1940 — .

Meynb' rships: Past Master, Order of F.&A.M.;
Pachmond Rotary Club, California Personnel

Religion : Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Home study and recreation for
children; golf, tennis, gardening, animal hus-

Bus. Address: Hercules Powder Co., Hercules,

Home Address: 1 Talley Way, Hercules, Calif.
Other Address: c /o Mr. W. T. Huxster, Budd
Lake, New Jersey.

HYDE, Professor Charles Gilman. B.S.

Professor of Sanitary Engineering, University
of California.

Born- Yantic (Town of Norwich, Conn.),
May 7, 1874; s. of Kate Rhoda (Dickey) and
George Rodney Hyde.

Education: Norwich Academy; Mass. Institute
of Technology.
Degree: B.S. 1896.

Married: Margherita, d. of Helen (Farrar)
and Pietro Cacciatori Isola, in Waban (City
of Newton, Mass.), May 21. 1901; ch.: Mar-
gherita Hyde Dunn, Helen Farrar Hyde Gibbs,
Katherine Dickey Hyde.

Prof. Record: Asst. and Asst. Engineer, Mass.
State Bd. of Health, 1896-1900; Asst. Eng.,
and in charge. Spring Garden and Torres-
dale Testing stations, Bureau of Water
(Phil.), 1900-02; Resident Engineer, design
and construction of improved water works
(Harrisburg, Penn.), 1902-05; Asst. Prof.,
Asso. Prof., and Professor of Sanitary En-
gineering, University of Calif., 1905 — ; Con-
sulting Engineer on many sanitary and hy-
draulic engineering problems, for the most
part in Calif., 1906—; Past Dir. and Pres.,
S F. Section, Amer. Soc. Civil Engrs.; Past
Member and Chmn., Executive Co., San.
Engr. Div., Amer. Soc. Civ. Engrs.; Past
Member and Chmn., Water Purification Div.,
Amer. Water Works Asso.; Past Natl. Pres.,

Delta Omega; Past Pres., Zeta Chapter, Delta
Omega; contbr. to technical journals and

Directorships: Dir., Amer. Soc. Civ. Engrs.;
Bd. of Control, Federation of Sewage Works

Army Record: Mem., Engineering Com., De-
sign of Sanitary Works, Camp Fremont (Cal-
if.), 1917; Captain, Major, Sanitary Engin-
eering Section, Sanitary Corps, U.S. Army,
1918-19; San. Engr., Camp iMeade (Md.),
1918- Surgeon General's Office, War Dept.,
Washington cD.C), 1918-19; and in charge,
San. Engr. Section, S.G.O., 1919.
Memberships: Life Mem., Amer. Soc. of
Civil Engrs.; Hon. Mem., Amer. Water
Works Assoc; Fellow, Amer. Pub. Health
Asso.; Mem., New England Water Works
Asso.; Soc. Amer. Military Engrs.; Cahf.
Sewage Works Asso.; Rho Alpha Mu, Delta
Kappa Epsilon, Phi Phi, Winged Helmet,
Delta Omega, Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, Chi
Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade, Big "C" Soc,
Alpha Phi Omega; Bohemian and Faculty

Relig ion : Congregational .
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Hiking, trail making, chopping

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

Home Address: 2599 Buena Vista Vv'ay, Ber-
keley, Calif.

HYDE, James Macdonald, A.B.

Mine Operator.

Born: Mystic (Conn.), June 23, 1873; s. of
Seraphine Smith (Carr) and William Penn

Education: Stanford University.
Degrees: A.B. Stanford, 1901.
Married: Bessie Lorain, d. of Mary Helen
(CummingsJ and Edgar B. Ransom, in North
San Juan (Nevada Co., Calif.); ch.: Helen

Prof. Record: Curator, Calif. State Mining
Bureau, 1901-02; Asst. Prof., Mining and
Metallurgy, Univ. of Oregon, 1903-06; Met-
allurgist, Guanajuato Cons. M.&M.C,
1906-07- Supt., Manhattan Ore Reduction &
Refining Co., 1907; Independent Operator,
1907-1919; Consulting Metallurgist, U.S. Bu-
reau of Mines, 1918-1920; Prof., Metallurgy,
Graduate School of Engineering, Stanford
Univ 1919-26; Vice-Pres., Los Angeles Bd.
of Pub Wks., 1929; Mem. Los Angeles City
Council, 1931-39; Independent Mine Operator,

Publications: Contributor to technical jour-
nals- U S. Bur. of Mines Bulletin; Flotation
Concentration of Sulphur; and various polit-
ical articles.
Membership: Mason.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: 334 Lincoln Ave., Palo Alto,

HYDE. Theophilus Rodgers, Ph.B., M.A.
Educator; Headmaster, Anna Head Schl.
Born: Waterbury (Conn.), Sept. 22, 1890;
s. of Jennie (Burdon) and Theophilus Rodgers

Education: Taft Schl., Watertown (Conn.),
Degrees: Ph.B. in Engr., Sheffield Scientific



Schl. (iC Villi- U., .ISdJ; M.A., lii Kitii. anil
Psychology. 1916.

Married: Lea Gazzum Hodge, WllmlnRton
(Del.). Mar. '-.'5, 19.37; ch.: Marlon. Klsle,
Elizabeth Lea, Mury Uus.sell. James Thacher.
Pro/. Record: Teacher at Hill Schl., 1912-23;
taught Uiblc History, In charge of discipline,
directed Religious work and became Dean of
the Schl., afterwards Asst. to Headmaster;
Headmaster. Chestnut Hill Academy. 1923-
30. The Lakeside Schl,, Seattle (Wash.),
1930-34; Mem.. Taft Schl: Faculty. 1934-38.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics; Republican.

Home Address: 2538 Channing Way. Berkeley.

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