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JEFFREYS. Cecil Edward Pruitt. A.B.,

M.A., Ph.D.

Director of Research, Truesdail Laboratories,

Born: Killeen (Texas), April 18, 1903; s. of
M. G. (Kirk) and James Pruitt Jeffreys.
Education: Texas and Kansas public schools;
Univ. of Texas; Calif. Institute of Technolo-

Degrees: B.A., 1925, M.A., 1927, U. of Tex-
as; Ph.D., Calif. Institute of Technology,

Married: Jennie Parkes, d. of B. G. Kilgore
in Austin (Texas), 1925; ch.; John Parkes
and Jane Kilgore.

Prof. Record: Teaching Fellow, U. of Texas
and Calif. Inst, of Techn. to 1932; varied
industrial positions, Biochemical Research,
Calif. Inst, of Techn., 1934-36; Consulting
Chemist, Truesdail Laboratories, Inc., Los
Angeles, 1936 — .

Publications: Scientific papers in Journal of
the American Chemical Society, Journal of
Biological Chemistry, Science, Journal of
Experimental Biology and Medicine.
Memberships: Sigma Xi, Phi Lambda Up-

Recreations: Gardening, photography.
Bus. Address: 520 West Avenue 26, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 2240 Adair, San Marino,

JEHLE. Mme. Emilie (see BLANCK-
ENBURG. Emilie Jehle)

JENNEY, Ralph Edward. A.B., LL.B.,
U.S. Navy Reserve

United States District Judge, Southern Dis-
trict of California.

Born: Detroit (Mich.), Feb. 20, 1883; s. of
Phernia (Hoxsey) and Royal Almon Jenney.
Education: Univ. of Michigan.
Degrees: A.B., 1904, LL.B., 1906, U. of

Married: Gertrude O' Conner, in Chicago,
April 4, 1921; ch.; William W.
Prof Record: Admitted to Ore. Bar and
began practice at Portland, 1906; in practice



at Sun DieRO. li)12-.»7; Judge, U.S. DIst.
Court, 1937 - ; Chmn., Calif. Stale Ucllcf
Commn.. l<);{6-;t7; I'rcs., Calif. Confi-ronro
Soc. Work, 19;i7-;!8; DIr. and Chmn.. Fin-
ance Com., Calif. Par. Inlorn.ili. lO.xpn.,
19;57-;i8; Dir. and Chmn. of Finance Com.,
The Flist Nail. Trust and Savings Bank of
San Diego. 19;<5-:!8.

Directorships: Mem., p:.\cc. Council, Natl.
Civil Service Reform League; Mem., Bd. of
Trustees and Fellows, Claremont, Colleges.

Navy Record: Lieut. Comdr., U.S. Naval
Reserve Force.

Memberships: Mem., Amer., Calif. State and
San Diego Bar Assns. ; S.A.R. ; Sons of
Colonial Wars; Beta Thela Pi; Phi Delta
Phi; Barristers; Cuyamaca Club, San Diego-
Mason (K.T.); Calif. Club. Los Angeles;
L.A. Community Chest; Mem., Executive
Com., L. A. Council of Social Agencies.
Politics: Democrat. (DeL Dem. Natl. Conv..
Chicago, 1932).

Recreation: Golf.

Bits. Addresses: U.S. Post Office and Court
House, 312 No. Spring St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 251 So. Orange Grove Ave.,
Pasadena, Calif.

Other Address: El Cortez Hotel, San Diego,

JENNINGS. Professor Herbert Spencer,

B.S., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., Sc.D,

Investigator in Genetics and Zoology.
Professor Emeritus, Johns Hopkins Univer-
sity and Research Associate, University of
California, Los Angeles.

Born: Tonica (111.), Apr. 8, 1868; s. of Olive
Taft (Jenks) and George Nelson Jennings.
Education: Michigan and Harvard Universi-
ties; Univ. of Jena (Germany).
Degrees: B.S., U. of Mich., 1893; M.A.,
Harvard, 1896; Ph.D., 1897; Hon. LL.D.,
Clark U., 1909, and U. of Penn., 1940;
Sc.D., U. of Michigan, 1918, Oberlin, 1933,
and U. of Penn., 1933; M.A., Oxford U.,

Married: (1) Mary Louise Burridge, 1898;
(2) Louise Plant Jennings, 1939; one son,
Burridge Jennings.

Prof. Record: Asst. Prof, of Botanv and
Horticulture, State Coll. of Texas, 1888-89;
Prof, of Botany and Horticulture, State Coll.
of Montana, 1897-98; Instr. in Zoology, Dart-
mouth Coll., 1898-99, and at U. of Michigan,
1899-1901; Asst. Prof, of Zoology, U. of
Mich., 1901-03, and U. of Penn., 1903-06;
Asso. Prof, of Zoology, Johns Hopkins U.,
1906-07, Prof, of Experimental Zoology,
1907-10; Henry Walters Prof, of Zoology
and Dir. of the Zoological Laboratory of the
Johns Hopkins U., 1910-38; Emeritus Prof
since 1938; Visiting Prof, at Stanford U.,
1925, and at Keio U. (Tokyo, Japan), 1931-
32; Terry Lecturer at Yale U., 1933; Van-
uxem Lecturer at Princeton U., 1934; George
Eastman Visiting Prof, at Oxford U. (Eng.),
and Fellow of Balliol Coll., 1935-36; Visit-
ing Prof, at the U. of California, Los An-
geles, 1939; now, Prof. Emeritus and Re-
search Asso. of the U. of Calif., L. A.
Publications: Behavior of the Lower Organ-
isms (Columbia Univ. Press), 1906; Life
and Death, Heredity and Evolution in Uni-
cellular Organisms (R. S. Badger), 1920;

PromctheuH or Biolof/i/ and the Advancement
of Man (E. P. Dutton & Co.), 1925; Genet-
tcs of the Protozoa (M. Nljhoff, The Hague),
l.)2.); The Biological Basin of Human Na-
ture (W. W. Norton & Co.), 19:M)- The Uni-
verse and Life, Terry Lectures fYale Unlv
Press), 1933; Genetics (W. W. Norton &
Co.), 1935; Genetic Variations in Relation to
hvolutum, Vanuxcm Lectures ^Princeton
Univ Press), 19.'{5; Joint Author (with John
B. Watson, Adolf Meyer and W. I. Thomas)
Hupgestxoyis of Modern Science Concerning
hdurntion (The Maximilian Co.), 1917-
Joml Author (with Jacob Reighard), Anatomy
of the Cat (Henry Holt & Co.), 1901 and
Dissection of the Cat (.same), VX;2- more
than one hundred articles in biological iour-
nals, 1890-1940.

Memberships: Natl. Acad, of Sciences: Amer
Philosophical Soc. ; Amer. Acad, of Arts and

Recreations: Recorded Music, travel.

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

Ho7ne Address: 260 Bronwood Ave West-
wood Hills, Los Angeles, Calif.

JENNY. Professor Hans. Sc.D.

Professor of Soil Chemistry and Morphology
University of California.

Born: Basle (Switzerland), Feb 7 1899-
s. of Maria (Althaus) and Joh. Jenny.
Education: Federal Techn. Inst., Zurich
(Switzerland) and as Fellow of the Inter-
nat. Edn. Bd., studied at Rutgers Univ.
(New Brunswick, N.J.).
Degrees: Sc.D., Federal Techn. Inst.
Married: Hedwig, d. of Eduard Schlaepfer-
Sax at Columbia (Mo.), 1927; ch.: Joanna
Hedwig, and Edward.

Prof. Record: Came to U. S. with a Fellow-
ship of me Internal. Education Bd.; Asst
fooi-o,?^ ?°"^' U- °f Missouri (Columbia),'
^ L , '• ^^^°- P™f- of Soil Chemistry, U.
of Calif., 1936; Prof, of Soil Chemistry and
Morphology, 1940—.

Publications: Numerous papers on soil chem-
istry and colloid chemistry in chemical and
m pedagogical journals. Factors of Soil For-
mation (McGraw-Hill Co.), 1941.
Awards: Received Nitrogen Research Award
(American Soc. of Agronomy), 1931.
Memberships: Sigma Xi, Gamma Alpha
Gamma Sigma Delta.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Recreations: Hiking, skiing, fine arts.
Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

Home Address: 5 Alamo Ave., Berkeley,

JENSEN, George Charles. B.S., M.S.

Educator; Asst. Superintendent of Schools.
Born: Bridgeville (Calif.), Oct. 25, 1882; s.
of Emma (Johns) and Rasmus Jensen.
Education: Univ. of Calif., Berkeley.

Degrees: B.S., 1911, and M.S., 1912, U. of

Married: Myrtle Agnes, d. of Sherman Hen-
dee, at Oakland (Calif.), Aug. 8, 1913; ch •
Alice, Roy, Florence, and Arthur.
Prof. Record: Teacher, Elko Co. High Sch
(Nev.), 1913-14; Prln., Elko Co. H S "
1914-19; Prin., Eureka (Calif.) H. S. and



Jr Coll, 1919-26; Dir. of Research, Calif.
Teachers Asso.. 1926-27; Prin., Sacramento
Sr H. S., 1927-29: Asst. Supt., Sacramento,
iQoq.32- Prin., Sacramento br. H. b., im~-
40" Asst Supt. of Schools, Sacramento,
1940— • Asst. Prof, of Education, Summer
Session's, Coll. of the Pacific (Stockton).
Directorships: Calif. Society of Secondary

Memberships: Implementation Commn. of
Nat. Asso. of Secondary Prmcipals of Nat.
Edn Asso.; Calif. Curriculum Commn.; Ma-
sonic, 32° ; Rotary; Phi Delta Kappa and
Alpha Kappa Lambda.
Religion : Presbyterian.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: 21st and L Sts., Sacramento,

Home Address: 1521 - 12th Ave., Sacramento,

JENSEN, Joseph. B.S., M.A.

Chief Petroleum Engineer, Tide Water As-
sociated Oil Company.

Born: Salt Lake City (Utah) D^c _ 18 1886;
s. of Anna S. (Johansen) and Andrew

Education: Public Schools, f^" Lake City;
Univ of Utah; Post-Grad., Royal School ot
Mines (Freiberg, Ger.); Columbia Univ.
Degrees: B.S., U. of Utah. 1908; M.A., Co-
lumbia U., 1913.

Married- Lois, d. of Josephine (Winchester)
fnd Henry J. Wallace, Salt Lake City, June
5 1918; ch.: Joseph Wallace and John

Prof. Record: Mining Engineer and Geolo-
gist U S. General Land Office, Utah, Wyo-
^ing,"^ Arizona, Nevada New Mexico and
Calif , 1908-1910 and 1913-16; in t.uroPf'
1911-12; Asst. prof, of Mining Carnegie
Inst, of Technology (Pittsb^'^g^' ,f,f 'Am^^P^'
17- Head Geologist, Amalgamated Oil Co.

a A Calif), 1917-21; Geologist for Pac.
Oil Co Asso Oil Co. and Affiliated Com-
Sanies in So Calif., 1921-29; Chief Petro-

feum Engr.T Western Div., Tide Water Asso.

OU^o , 1929-; also farms 50 acres of citrus

land in the San Fernando Valley, Calif.

nirertorshivs ■ L A. Chamber of Commerce;

L A Engrg'. Council of Founder Societies;

ConVervation Com. of Calif. Oil Producers.

Memberships: Amer. Petroleum I^^t. ; Amer

Asso of Petroleum Geologists; Amer Inst.

of Mining and Metallurgical Engrg.; Wilshire

Country Club; Branner Club.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf and travel.

Bus. Address: Pacific Electric Bldg., Los

Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 2220 Cheswick Lane. Holly-
wood. Calif.

Other Address: 112 Fowling St.. Del Rey

Beach. Calif.

TEPSON, Professor Willis Linn, Ph.B.,
Ph.D., F.A.G.S., F.R.S.A., F.C.A.S.,

Professor of Botany, University of Cali-
fornia. Berkeley.
Born: Vacaville Twp. (Solano Co., Calif.);

s. of Martha Ann (Potts) and William
Lemon Jepson. r r- ,;r •

Education: Vacaville Acad.; Univ. of Caiu.,
Cornell Univ.; Harvard Univ.
Degrees: Ph.B.. 1889 and Ph.D., 1898, U.
of Calif.

Prof Record: Has devoted his life to the
botanical and geographic investigation of
the floras and forests of Western Anierica
and especially Calif. Scientific expeditions:
Clear Lake region, 1892; Bering Sea Ex-
pedition, 1899; Hupa, 1902; Marble Moun-
tains, 1907; Mojave Desert, IS"; Death
Valley 1917; White Mountains, 1918; Pal-
estine and Syria, 1926. Founder of the Di-
vision of Forestry in the U. of Calif.; Edi-
tor, Erythea (a Journal of botany ), 189,i
Madrono (journal of the Calif. Botanical
Soc ) 1915-34; Instr. and later, Prof, of
BotaAy in the U. of Calif., 1890-: Coun-
cillor Save-the-Redwoods League, 19l»— .
Councillor, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Gar-
den, 1928—; Pres., Calif. Botanical Soc,

Publications: Flora of Western Middle Cali-
fornia, 1901, 2nd ed., 1911; School Flora
for the Pacific Coast. 1902; A FJora of
California (vols. 1 and 2), 1909-38 (vol. 3
in press); Silva of Calif orma, 1910; Trees
of California, 1910 (2nd ed.), 1923; A Man-
ual of the Flowering Plants of Calif., 19JcS,
Old-Time School Days in Vaca Valley (in
press) .

Memberships: Fellow of the Amer Acad, of
Arts and Sciences, Amer. Geographical Soc., •
Royal Soc. of Arts (London), Calif. Acad.
of Sciences, Amer. Assn. for the Advance-
ment of Science; Washington Acad of Sci-
ences; Calif. Botanical Soc. (Pres 1913-30),
John Muir Assn. (Hon. Pres.); Santa Bar-
bara Botanic Garden (hon.mem.); Foreign
Member of the Botanical Soc. of Czecho-
slovakia and Societe Linn^ene de Lyon
(France); Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Xi (Pres.
Calif Chapt., 1917-18); Commonwealth (S.
F.), Sierra (S.F.), and Faculty (Berkeley)

Recreations: Mountaineering; mules.
Bits. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley.

Home Address: 11 Mosswood Rd.. Berkeley.

Other Address: Little Oak Ranch, RFD 1,
Box 213, Vacaville, Calif.

JESSEN. Lowell Everett, A.B.

Editor and Publisher, Holtville Tribune.
Born- Wellington (Utah), Mar. 5, 1898; s.
of Anna Lavina (Hill) and Jesse Jessen.
Education: Univ. of So. Calif.
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of So. Calif., 1923.
Married: Margaret, d. of Cannes McPhet-
ridge, in Los Angeles, Mar. 6, 1926, ch..
Diane McPhetridge and Eleanor Louise.
prof Record: Managing Editor, San Pedro
News-Pilot. 1925-29; Advertising Manager.
Anaheim Gazette. 1930-34; Owner and Pub-
lisher, Holtville Tribune, 1935 — .
Directorships: On Advisory Council, Calif.
Newspaper Publishers Assn., 1940 - . Execu-
tive Committee, Calif. Newspaper Publishers
Assn., 1941—.

Army Record: Enlisted in Army, 1918.
Memberships: Skull and Dagger (all Univ
Hon); Sphinx and Snakes (Jr. Hon.), Pi



Delta ICpsiloii, I'hl Sl(,'m:i Kaiipa, SlKma

Delta Chi, all U.S.C.

RiHigion: I'rolcstanl .

Politics: l{epuhli('aii.

Recreations: Still and motion pii'lures.

Bus. Address: Iloltvllle Tribune, Hollville,

Home Address: 719 Cedar Ave., Hollville,

JESSUP. Joseph John. B.S., M.A.
Consulting Engineer.

Born: New Providence (Iowa), Dec. 18,
1865; s. of Mary Jane (Morris) and Dr.
Elias Jessup.

Education: Penn College (Oskaloosa, Iowa),
and Univ. of Calif (Berkeley, Calif.).
Degrees: B.S. and M.A., Penn College.
Married: Melissa, d. of Mary and John
Hammar, Villa Park (Calif.); ch.: Mildred,
John Herschel, and Mary Helen.
Prof. Record: Instr., Pacific Coll. (Ore.),
five yrs. ; Pres., Whittier Coll. (Calif.), four
yrs., Instr., Eng. Dept., Univ. of Calif. (Berke-
ley), two yrs.; City Eng., City of Berkeley,
12 yrs.; Highway Eng., Imperial Co. (Calif.),
two yrs.; State Engrs. Office, Div. Water
Rights, one yr.; City Engr., City of Tor-
rance (Calif.), three yrs.; City Engr., L.A.
(Calif.), four yrs.; Consulting Civil and
Mining Engr., L. A. (Calif.), 12 yrs.
Directorships: Dir. and Treas., Vacuum
Power Brake Co., L. A.

Ar77iy Record: In France during World War
I with the AEF (welfare work).
Memberships: Life Member of the American
Soc. of Civil Engineers.
Religion: Friends (Quaker).
Politics: Republican.
Recreation: Hiking.

Home Address: 1977 No. New Hampshire
Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. *

JEWELL. Margaret Elaine. B.S.E.,


Assistant Professor of Physical Education
and Instructor in Dance, Stanford Univ.
Born: Emporia (Kans.), Oct. 5, 1908; d. of
Edna L. (Keith) and James R. Jewell.
Education: University of Arkansas Training
and High School; Univ. of Wisconsin; Oregon
State College; Mills College.

Degrees: B.S.E., Arkansas U., 1927; Ph.M.,
Wis. U., 1931.

Prof. Record: Instr., Physical Edn. for
Women, Oregon State Coll (summer), 1928;
Head, Dept. of Phys. Edn. for Girls (Klam-
ath Falls, Ore.) H. S., 1928-30; same. Live Oak
Union H. S., 1932-33; Instr. in Phys. Edn.,
Mills Coll., 1935; Instr. in Phys. Edn. for
Women, San Jose State Coll., 1933-37;
Stanford, 1937—.

Publications: Various professional articles
publ. in The Journal of Health and P.E.; The
Shield of Delta Psi Kappa; Dance Studies
Analyzed (privately published).
Memberships: Pi Beta Phi; Delta Psi Kappa;
Kappa Delta Pi; Lambda Tau; Blackfriars;
Amer. Assn. for Health, P. E. and Recrea-
tion; Nat. Edn. Assn.
Religion: Presbyterian.

Kecreationa: Heading, writing, travel, music.
Bus. Address: Stanford University, Calif.
Home Address: 455 Santa Ulta Ave., Menlo
Park, Calif., and 2260 University, Eugene,
Oregon .

Jijon Y Caamano. Professor Jacinto

Owner and Director, Cotton and Woolen
Factories of Ecuador and Colombia.
Born: Quito, Ecuador, Dec. 11, 1890; s. of
Dolores Caamano y Alma'da and Manuel
Jijon y Larrea.

Education: Colegio de San Gabriel, Quito
Universidad Central del Ecuador, Quito.
Degrees: Prof, of Ethnology at the Universi-
dad Central (Quito i, 1932-34; Hon. Prof, of
the Universidad del Cauca-Papay^n (Colom-

Married: Maria Luisa Flores y Caamano, d.
of General Reinaldo Flores y Jlj6n and Ana
Caamano, in Quito (Ecuador), Aug. 3, 1918;
ch.; Jose Manuel Jijon-Caamaiio y Flores.
Bus. Record: Owner and Director of the
cotton and woolen factories of San Fran-
cisco, La Dolorosa, San Jacinto-Amaguafia,
Ecuador-El Peral Ambato, Ecuador-La Mari-
anita-Contadero, Colombia. The spinning
and weaving mills at Amaguana were estab-
lished by his grandfather and owned by his
father and himself from 1840 — .
Publications: Los Aborigenes de Imbabura
1914, 1920; Puruhd, 1930; f/na Gran Marea
Cultural de no de Sud America, 1930; Po-
litica Conservadora, 1932; Benalcdzar, 1935,
1937; El Ecuador Interandino y Occidental
Antes de la Conquista Espanola, 1940.
Awards: Academico de Numero de la Aca-
demia Nacional de Historia del Ecuador-
Correspondiete de la Rl. Acad, de la His-
toria de Madrid, de las Nacinales de Vene-
zuala y Colombia, Honorario del Institute
Historico del Peru.

Memberships: Quito Tennis Club; Quito (3olf
Club; L. A. Athletic Club.
Religion: Catholic.

Politics: Conservative Party of Ecuador.
Bus. Address: Jijon-P.O.B. 187, Quito, Ecua-

Home Address: 613 So. Burnside Ave Los
Angeles, Calif., and Villa "La Circasiana "
Quito, Ecuador. «

Jijon Y Caamaiio, Maria Luisa
Flores de


Born : Guayaquil, Provincia del Guayas, Ecua-
dor, 1895; d. of Ana Caamano Gomez Cor-
nejo and General Reinaldo Flores Jijon.
Education: Colegio de los Sagrados Cora-
zones, Barranco, Peru.

Married: Jacinto Jijon y Caamaiio, s. of
Dolores Caamaiio Almada and Manuel Jijon
Larrea, in Quito, Provincia de Pichincha,
Ecuador, Aug. 3, 1918; ch.: Jose Manuel
Jijon-Caamano y Flores.

Memberships: Los Angeles Athletic Club;
Quito Tennis Club; Quito Golt Club.
Religion: Catholic.

Politics: Conservative Party of Ecuador.
Recreations: Badminton, swimming, tennis,
piano, music composing.

Home Address: 613 So. Burnside Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif., and "La Circasiana," Ave.
18 de Setiembre, Quito, Ecuador. •



JOHANSEN, Agnete Klitgaard

Actress, Pianist.

Born ■ San Francisco, d. of Emma (Gantzel)

and Christen Julius Klitgaard.

Education- Alameda (Calif.); Copenhagen

fnd Paris Conservatory training; pupil of

Egon Petri.

Prof Record: One season with Katharine

Coraell in Komeo ami Juliet; Radio work

NY and Hollywood; leading roles in Cft«/fc

g„J-and Tke' Farmer's Wife .t Co umb.a

ThPatre (San Francisco), 1936, now pre

Jenttne programs of Music and Monologues

(the littler written especially by the author,

Frederick Braue) on Pacific Coast.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Home Address: 825 Paru St., Alameda,


JOHNSON. Dean Arlien. A.B., M.A.,

?r^of?ssor of Social Work. Univ. of So. Calif

S- S°^?#ofck5°rn^' A°n^el\r.Vnso«n^

Deorees- A.B., Reed Coll., 1917; M.A.. Co-
S!r"l923; Ph.D., U. of Chicago, 1930.
Prof Record- Bureau of Labor Statistics,
US Dept of Labor, 1918; Indust Dept
War work council, Nat. Bd.. YWCA 1918-
iQ House Secv., Hudson Guild Settlement,
NYC 1919-21; ASSOC, Dept. of Sociology,
U of ■'wash. (Seattle), 1923-27; Asst_ Dir.,
Portland Sch. of Social W°rk Univ^ o^Ore
19'?9-30- Asso. Secy., Seattle Community
Fund: 1930-33; (six mos. on leave) Asst.
Adm Wash State Emergency Relief Adm..
W33;-' A^^tTng Exec. Secy.. Seattle Commun.
Fund. 1933-34; Dir.. Grad. Sch. 01^°^.
Work Univ. of Wash. (Seattle). 1934-39
Dean,' Grad. Sch. of Soc. Work, Univ. of
So. Calif.. 1939—.

Directorships: Exec^ Com Los Angles
/-■/.„, n^ii nf Social Agencies Pres.. Amei .
Assn of Schs oisocifl Work; Mem Advis-
ory 60m. on Personnel to the Soc. Sec. Bd.
and U. S. Children's Bureau.
Publications: Public Policy and Private
Phnrities (Univ. of Chicago Press). 1930,
Sapers ^n proceedings of the National Con-
^eren!e of social Work, 1937, 1940; and nu-
merous articles in magazines.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Independent.

Recreations: Collecting fine china, motonng.
Bus. Address: Univ. of Southern California.
Los Angeles. Calif.

Home Address: 1589 Altivo Way. Los An-
geles, Calif., and 611 N.E. Hazelfern PL.
Portland. Oregon.

JOHNSON. Professor Arthur Monrad,

A.B., Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Botany and Lecturer
in Art Univ. of Calif, at Los Angeles.
Born: Fredrikstad (Norway), Jan 19. 1878;
s. of Ottomine Marie (Andersen) and Chris-
ten Johnson.

Education: Warren (Minn.) H. S.; Univ. ol

Degrees: A.B.. 1904. Ph.D., 1919, Univ. of

Married: Eleanor Adalyn. d. of Charles Hen-
ry Henderson, in Spokane (Wash.), June AA

Directorships: Dir.. U.C.L.A. Botanical Gar-

Publications: Taxonomy of the Flowering
Plants, monograph on American Saxifraga
Species; and various other botanical papers.
Memberships: Sigma Xi; Theta Chi; Varsity-
Village Club (Westwood Village); American-
Scandinavian Foundation; California Water-
Color Society; Amer. Assn. Advancement ol
Science; Botanical Society of America;
Amer. Soc. of Taxonomists; California Bo-
tanical Society.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Independent.

Recreations: Camping, handball, swimming,
billiards, painting and sketching, bridge.
Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Los An-
geles. Calif.

Home Address: 10733 Wellworth Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.


President, Pickering Lbr. Corporation.
Born: Mansfield (La.), Aug. 31, 1881; s. of
Sue (Roberts) and Walter Johnson.
Education: Mansfield (La.) H S ; La. State
Normal Coll. (Natchitoches, La.).
Married- Irma, d. of J. McHenry Nabors, in
Mansfield (La!) ; ch.: Mrs. Eleanor Johnson
Colquitt, Irma Lee.

Bus. Record: Prof, of Math., Shrevepor
H S 1901-03: Bank of Commerce & Trust
3o. (Mansfield), 1903-21; Clerk to Presi-
dent- Coram Nat. Bank (Shreveport), 1921-
39 Pres R e c o n s t r u c t i o n Finance Corp.
(Washington), 1932-38. Spec. Asst. to Bd
of Directors; Pickering Lbr Corp^ /^^.oor
ard, Calif., and Kansas City, Mo.), 1938,

Memberships: Elk; Shriner.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Golf, fishing, horseback riding.
Bus Address: Pickering Lbr. Corp.. Stand-
ard, Calif.
Home Address: Sonora, Calif.

JOHNSON. Charles Millard, LL.B.

Lawyer. ,

Born- Leigh (Neb.), June 16, 1874; s. of
GuUElma (Griffith) and Millard Fillmore

Education: High School (So. Omaha Neb),
and Univ. of Nebraska (Lincoln, Neb.).
Degrees: LL.B.. Univ. of Nebraska, 1901.
Married: Annie Laurie Hinds d. of Mary
Fox (Artist), in Douglas Island (Alaska).
Aug 1901; ch.: Donald Charles, Dons Liv-
ingston. Kenneth Millard, Lois Sally.
Prof Record: Admitted to practice of law
fn ail courts of Nebraska, in District and
Circuit Federal Courts in 1901; in Courts of
Calif 1907; practiced in Federal Court at
Juneau (Alaska), and *" lo'^f ' Co"%^^^o1-
1901-02; in Calfox County (Neb.), 1902-06,
fcled as City Attorney of Schuyler (Neb J
1909-06- Convicted Engr. of Union Pacitic
RR train of exceeding City Ordinance



s|H-o(l limil. coiivlcllon was ciiirk'd on tip-
pi'iil to Slalo and Supreme C^)uil, of U. S.,
where com id Ion was coiirirmed ; ptactlceil
In San Francisco and Los Angeles since l!)()(i;
Keneral pi'actlce.

Dircrtornhiiis: Le^al Ad\iser and Spokesman,
Calif. Indian I?lKlits Assn., Inc. (a .self-help
or^ani/ation of Indians for Indians).
PiihlicdliDnn: Municipal Code of SchnyUr,
Nebraska (published by the City Council i.

Mci)ibrrshii).i: Lambda Nu Cliapter, Phi
Gammu Delta (Linct)ln».
Religion: Quaker.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Golf; research and investiga-
tion of early Calif. Indian history and set-

Bus. Address: Western Mutual Life Bldg.,
321 W. Third St.. Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 5031 Granada St., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

JOHNSON. Ernest Leroy.
D.D.S., F.A.C.D.


Born: Jamestown (North Dakota), July 3,

1893; s. of Mattie A. (Brown) and " Dr.

Elmer M. Johnson.

Education : Univ. of Wash. ; Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: D.D.S., Univ. of Calif., 1919.

Married: Bernice E., d. of Edwin L. Smith

(of Silverton, Ore.), in San Francisco

(Calif.), June 15, 1921; ch. : Rodney E.

(Student, Univ. of Stanford).

Prof. Record: Associated with Dr. Saxon B.

Scott, 1919-23; alone, 1929-40; Clinical Instr.

at the Coll. of Dentistry, Univ. of Calif.;

Chief of Orthodontic Staff, Childrens Hosp.

Directorships: Pres. of the S. F. Public

Health League, 1940.

Army Record: Army - S.A.T.C. - 1918.

Memberships: Commonwealth Club of San

Francisco; Ol.vmpic Club; Theta Delta Chi,

Delta Sigma Delta, Epsilon Alpha (hon.soc.)

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 450 Sutter Bldg., San Fran-
cisco. Calif.

Home Address: 20 Cerritos Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

JOHNSON. Gardiner. A.B., J.D.

Lawyer; Legislator.

Born: San Jose (Calif.), Aug. 10. 1905; s.

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