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aeum, Calif. Inst. Tech., Vultee Aircraft, Inc.,
Downey (Calif.), Nashville (Tenn.), and
Wayne (Mich.).

Directorships: Dir., Union Bank and Trust
Co., Regional Dir., Amer. Inst, of Architects:
State Assn. of Calif. Architects.



Awtirds: Awarded Gold Medal, French Expn.,

1937; Certif. of Honor, So. Calif. A. I. A.

Memberships: Calif. Club; Fellow, Amer.

Inst. Architects.

RcHgum: Episcopal.

Bus. and Home Address: 627 So. Carondelet

St., Los Angeles, Calif.

KAULFERS. Professor Walter V.. A.B.,
M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Education, Stanford

Born: Chemnitz (Saxony), Oct. 3, 1904; s. of
Bertha Frances Mary (Worsch) and Max
George Kaulfers.

Education: State Teachers Coll.; Stanford

Degrees- A.B., State Teachers College (San
Diego) 1925; M.A., 1929, Ph.D., 1934, Stan-
ford Univ.

Prof. Record: Instr. in Foreign Languages,
Eng. and Social Studies, San Diego (Calif.),
1925-29; Acting Instr. in Edu., San Diego
State Coll., 1929; Instr. in Foreign Lan-
guages, Long Beach Jr. Coll. and Adult Edu.
Dept., Long Beach (Calif.), 1929-34; Instr.
and Supervisor of Foreign Languages, Palo
Alto (Calif. >, 1924-36; Dir., Foreign Lan-
guages, Menlo School and Jr. Coll., Menlo
Park (Calif.), 1926 — ; Co-Director, Stanford
Language Arts Investigation, 1937-40; Cur-
riculum Consultant, Nat. Commission on the
Relation of Schools and Colleges, 1938; at
Stanford since 1934.

Directorships: First Vice-Pres., Am. Assn. of
Teachers of Spanish, 1935-38; Western Vice-
Pres., Am. Assn., Teachers of French, 1937.
Publications: Author of over 150 monographs
and articles on psychology, language, curri-
culum, and instruction, etc.; Assoc. Editor,
Hispania; Consulting Editor, Scott Foresman,
& Co. (Chicago).

Memberships: Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Del-
ta Pi, Pi Delta Phi, Sigma Delta Pi, etc.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Swimming, tennis, music, for-
eign travel.

Bus. Address: School of Education, Stanford
Univ., Calif.

Home Address: 7639 Herschell Ave., La Jolla,
Calif. *

KAUN. Alexander. Ph.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Slavic Languages,
Univ. of Calif.

Born: Ukraine, Nov. 11, 1889; s. of Eve
(Slutsky) and David Kaun.
Education: Universities of St. Petersburg,
Chicago, California.

Degrees: Ph.B., Chicago Univ., 1916; M.A.,
1919, Ph.D., 1923, Univ. of Calif.
Married: Valeria G., d. of Alice and Edward
Tracewell, in Chicago, 1916.
Prof. Record: Lectured in the summer of
1916 at the Univ. of Chicago; taught Slavic
languages and literatures at the Univ. of
Calif, since the summer of 1917; delivered
public lectures throughout Calif., also at
Chicago, St. Louis, Lawrence (Kan.), Phila-
delphia, Brooklyn, New York and Boston.
Directorships: Corresponding Member, School
of Slavonic Studies, King's College, Univ. of

London; Chmn.. Slavic Section Modern Lan-
guage Assn. of America, 1941; Vice-Pres.,
Amer. -Run Inst. (S.F.).

Publications: Russia Under Nicolas II; Leonid
Andreyev, A Critical Study; Maxim Gorky
and His Russia; Slavic Europe; Byzantine
Art, and others.

Memberships: Faculty Club (Berkeley); Mask
and Dagger; Dobro SIovo; Am. Assn. of
Univ. Profs.; P.E.N.
Religion: Bahaism (nearest).
Recreations: Fishing, camping.
Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

Home Address: 14.31 LeRoy Ave., Berkeley,

KAUPKE, Charles Lewis, B.S.

Civil Engineer; Water Master, Kings River
Water Association: Engineer, Kings River
Pine Flat Association.

Born: Medaryville (Ind.), Feb. 28, 1885; s.
of Augusta (Krippisch) and John C. Kaupke.
Education: Public schools of Indiana; Univ.
of Oklahoma.

Degrees: B.S., in Civil Engrg., Univ. of Ok-
lahoma, 1909.

Married: Lydia, d. of Martha (Hoops) and
Rev J. G. Mangold, in Pomona (Calif.),
March 31, 1918; ch.: John, Ruth, Elizabeth.
Prof. Record: In 1918, as Engr. for Calif.
State Water Commn., initiated canal and
river measurements and hydrographic invest-
igations in the Kings River area; since 1928,
Water Master for the Kings River Water
Assn. in charge of schedule admin, and
water distribution in the Kings River area
comprising 1,000,000 acres. In 19.37, also,
apptd. Engr. for the Kings River Pine Flat
Assn. which is promoting the construction
of a large flood control and irrigation storage
reservoir on Kings River.
Memberships: Kiwanis; Masons; Am. .Soc. of
Civil Engrs.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Flower gardening.
Bus. Address: Pacific Southwest Bldg., Fres-
no, Calif.

Home Address: 708 Normal Ave., Fresno,
Calif. *

KAYE, Katherine. A.B.

Librarian, Placer Union High School and Jr.

Born: Samokov (Bulgaria), July 8, 1915;
d. of Ina (Thomson) and Nicholas G. Kaye.
Education: Hayward Union H.S. (Calif.);
Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley).
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Calif., 1936; further
certificates at same University in librarian
and teacher-training, 1937-1938.
Prof. Record: Librarian at Placer Union H.S.
and Placer Jr. Coll., since Sept., 1938.
Memberships: Pi Delta Phi.
Religion: Baptist.

Recreations: Skiing, badminton, tennis, swim-
ming, hiking, music.

Bus. Address: Placer Union High School and
Junior Coll., Auburn, Calif.
Hom.e Address: 19628 Lake Chabot Rd.,
Hayward, Calif., and 173 College Way, Au-
burn, Calif.



KEELER. Fred Elbridge

C'()rp<ir:il 1(111 l';\i'culi\'o.

Horn: Hrislol (Iowa), Jan. 4, 1872; s. of

AUi'o CJeiliudc (Wright) and Henry Nelson


Education: Junior Mason City (Iowa) lliKli

Married: Mary Elizabeth (deceased i, d. of
Owen T. D. Denl.son, In Mason City (Iowa),
Sept. 12. 1891.

Bus. Record: Clerk, VIce-I'res. and Dir., P'lrst
Natl. Bank (Mason City), 1889-1929 (sold
to N. W. BancCorporallon) ; Dlr. (one yr.),
N. W. BancCorp. (Minn.); Treas. and Dir.,
Northwestern Portland Cement Co., 1910-20;
Pres. and Dlr., Mason City Brick and Tile
Co., 1910-30; Community Park and Art
Assn., Oct., 1920, as Vice-Pres. and Dir.,
assisted in financing the original purchase
of present Bowl site (succeeded by Holly-
wood Bowl Assn.), 1924; Bd. of Trustees,
Southwest Museum, 1925-37; Bd. of Dir.,
Los Angeles Univ. of Internal. Relations,
1930-36; organized and financed (was Pres.
and Dir.), Lockheed Aircraft Corp., Los An-
geles (sold to Detroit Aircraft Corp.).
Directorships: Pacific Amer. Fire Ins. Co.;
Pacific Finance; Rule and Sons; Pacific In-
demnity Co., Gladding McBean and Co.;
Central Investment Co. ; Pacific Rock and
Gravel Co. ; Consolidated Steel Co. ; El Royale
Corp. (Pres.); (Pres.), Elbridge Oil Corp.;
Dir., Los Cal Petroleum Corp. Organizing:
Keeler Realty Co. of Calif.; Color Film
Products, Inc. of Calif.

Memherships: Wilshire Country (Life); Los
Angeles Country; Benevolence Lodge 145,
A.T.&A.M. (Mason City), Royal Arch, Ma-
sons of Iowa, Antioch Commandary No. 43
K.T. (Mason City), Al Malaikah Temple
(Los Angeles) ; B.P.O.E., 375 (Mason City) ;
The Uplifters (Santa Monica) ; Breakfast
(Los Angeles).

Religion: Ernest Holmes Inst, of Religion
(Los Angeles).
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golfing, boating, motoring, and

Bus. Address: Oviatt Bldg., 617 So. Olive
St., Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: "El Royale" Apts., 450 No.
Rossmore, Los Angeles, Calif. *

KEELER, Ormeida, B.L.

Secretary, California Writers' Club.

Born: Okemos (Mich.), April 30, 1875; d. of

Ormeida (White) and George D. Curtis.

Education: Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: B.L., Univ. of Calif., 1912.

Married: Charles Augustus Keeler, June 26,

1921; eh.: Merodine (Keeler) Mclntyre, Elo-

ise, Leonarde (step children).

Prof. Record: Manager and Assoc. Principal

of the A-to-Zed School of Berkeley (Calif.)

for a period of 10 yrs. ; Asst. Secy, of the

Calif. Writers' Club from 1931-37, Secy, of

the club, since 1937.

Memberships: Calif. Writers' Club; Berkeley

Piano; Berkeley Women's City Club.

Religion: Liberal (mem., Charles Keeler's

Cosmic Society) .

Recreations: Handicraft.

Home Address: 155 El Camino Real, Berk-
eley, Calif. •

KEEN, Angeline Myra, A.B., M.A.,

Paleontologist; Cuiat(n- of Paleontology,
.Stanford LInlver.slty.

Horn: Colorado Springs (Colo.), May 23,
1905; d. of Mary Armlnta (Thurston) and
Ernest B. Keen.

Education: Colorado Springs High Schwjl,
1920-1923; Colo. College (graduated); gradu-
ate work at Stanford and Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: A.B., Colo. College, 1930; M.A.,
Stanford Univ., 1931; Ph.D., Univ. of Calif.,

Prof. Record: Research Assoc, in Geology,
Stanford Univ., 19,34-36; Curator of Paleon-
tology, Stanford Univ., 1936 — .
Publications: An Abridged Check List and
Bibliography of West North American Mar-
ine Mollusca (Stanford Press), 19.37; Illus-
trated Key to Western North American Pele-
cypod Genera (with Don L. Frizzell; Stan-
ford Press), 1939; and several technical
papers in professional journals.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Music, photography.

Bits. Address: Bo.x 1563, Stanford University,

Home Address: 641 Hanover St., Palo Alto,

KEENAN. Alexander Stanislaus,

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

Born: Lakeville (Sonoma Co., Calif.), Nov.
14, 1872; s. of Mary (Dougherty) and Alex-
ander Keenan.

Education: Country school, then at Santa
Clara College; Medical education at Univ.
of Calif.

Degrees: M.D., Univ. of Calif., 1898; LL.D.
(Hon.), Santa Clara Univ., 1926.
Married: Laura M., d. of Thomas C. Magu-
ire, in San Francisco, April 16, 1901; ch.:

Prof. Record: Practice of Medicine and Sur-
gery, Commissioner of Public Health in San
Francisco for 6 yrs., beginning 1927; Fellow
of the American College of Surgeons; Past-
Pres. of the San Francisco County Medical
Society; Mem. of the Calif. State Medical
Society, and of the American Medical Assn.
Army Record: Asst. Surgeon, rank of Cap-
tain, National Guards of Calif, from 1902-06.
Memberships: Olympic Club; Knights of Co-

Religion : Catholic.

Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: 870 Market St., San Francisco,

Home Address: Clift Hotel, San Francisco,
Calif. *

KEENE, (Miss) Florence R.

Editor, Poet, Printer.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Aug. 19, 1878;

d. of Pauline (Wahl) and J. C. Keene

(grandfather changed spelling from Kuehne).

Education: Sonoma and Alameda Co. Pub.

Schs. (Elem. only).

Prof. Record: Learned printing and news-



paper work with her father, who founded
the Sotoyome Sun at HeaUlsburg (Cahf.),
editing paper sometimes for several mos. or
a yr • read proof and set the ads, for
Overland Monthlij and San Francisco News
Letter just preceding and following San Fran-
cisco fire and earthquake, writing some for
each; bookkeeping and type setting on San
Francisco dist. paper, The Richmond Banner;
Asst Ed., California Fruit News (San Fran-
cisco) ■ Gen. News and Soc. Ed., Glendale
Evening News (1916-17); read proof and set
(hand) type for Paul Elder & Co., Ricardo
J Orozco, and John Henry Nash (art prmt-
ers)- read proof for many of the large
coml print shops in San Francisco, which
work she is still doing; in 1927, Founded,
Edited, and Published Westward, A Magazine
of Verse, after and outside of regular work
hours, continuing for about seven yrs., sold
it in Jan., 1934, to Hans A. Hoffmann of
San Leandro (Calif.); edits poetry page m
S. F. Womeji's City Club Magazine.
Publications: Poems published in San Fran-
cisco Star, Overland Monthly, Christian Regi-
ster, Westward, Wings, Troubadour, Fan-
tasy, Oakland Tribune, S. F. Women's City
Club Magazine, and in several anthologies.
Memberships : S. F. Typographical Union;
S. F. Women's City Club; Natl. League of
Amer. Pen Women; Calif. Poets.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Reading and gardening.
Home Address: 1205 Filbert St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

KEEP, Professor Rosalind A., A.B.,


Educator; Editor of Publications and Assist-
ant Professor of English, Mills College.
Born: Alameda (Calif.), Sept., 1881; d. of
Amelia (Holman) and Josiah Keep.
Education: Mills College and Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: A.B., Mills College, 1903; M.A.,
Univ. of Calif., 1911.

Prof Record: Teaching in public and private
high schools, returned to Mills College m

Publications: Fourscore Years, a history of
Mills College (Kitchener Press), 1931. Ar-
ticles in magazines and publications.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa; Sierra Club;
The Book Club of Calif.; Amer. Assn. of
Univ. Women; Amer. College Publicity Assn.;
English Speaking Union; Women's City Club
of San Francisco; Alumnae Assn. of Mills
College, and Alumni Assn. of the Univ. of

Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Eucalyptus Press in her home;
travel; weaving; mountain climbing; read-
ing and writing.

Bus. Address: Mills College, Oakland, Calif.
Hom.e Address: Eucalyptus House, Mills Coll.,
Oakland, Calif.

Education: High School in San Jose; Stan-
ford Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Stanford Univ., 1898.
Married: Haidee Graw, Nov. 19, 1903; ch.:
Jacqueline (Mrs. William T. Sesnon, Jr.);
Francis V., Jr.; William Hubert; Jeanne
(Mrs. Thomas B. Laird, Jr.).
Prof. Record: Admitted to Calif. Bar, 1898,
practiced since at San Francisco; President
and General Counsel, West Coast Life In-
surance Co.; participated in every Liberty
Loan Drive in executive capacity and active
on general executive committee and other
committees (Community Chest) in earlier
years. Co-operated to amend the Constitu-
tion permitting e.xemption of Stanford Univ.
from taxation and correcting vital defects in
founding grants. Chmn., Republican State
Central Committee (Calif.), 1914-16. Dele-
gate to the Republican Natl. Conv., 1916,
which nominated Hughes, and 1924, which
nominated Coolidge. Attorney for John A.
Koster, Auditor of the City and County of
San Francisco during the Taylor administra-
tion 1907-08. Golden Gate Bridge and High-
way District (Dir., 1929-37) ; Climn., Build-
ing Com.; participated in executive capacity
in the election approving bonds for the
Bridge; Dir., YMCA (San Francisco), Pres.,
since 1936; Conf. on Taxation and Cost of
Government (Chmn., Citizens Interim Com.
of 25 engaged in a study of the State Gov-
ernment of Calif, for a period of 3 yrs.,
which com. submitted a report, including
recommendations for reorganization of the
State Government in the interests of effi-
ciency and economy) ; Mem., Bd. of Free-
holders of San Francisco (wrote new Char-
ter of City and Co.); Chmn., Drafting Com.,
1930; conducted the campaign which resulted
in the adoption of the Charter. Amer. Life
Convention (an assn. of 150 life insurance
COS.), Chmn., Legal Section, 1915-16, Mem.,
Exec. Com., 1930-36, Pres., 1933-34.
Army Record: Mem., Nat. Guard of Calif.,
1901-09, retiring as Major (Comdg., Arty.
Bd., San Francisco Fire, 1906). Participated
in a Natl. Guard Board appointed by the
Adjutant General re-writing the military laws
of the State subsequent to passage of the
Federal law known as the Dick Act affect-
ing the Natl. Guard.

Memberships: Mem., Amer. Bar Assn., State
Bar of Calif. (Mem., Com., Bar Examiners,
1928-29; Mem., Board of Governors, 1929-
30) ; Bar Assn. of San Francisco (Governor,
1928-29) ; Assn. of Life Ins. Counsel (Chmn.,
Exec. Com., 1927-28, Vice-Pres., 1929-31,
Pres., 1931-33), now Honorary Mem.; Stan-
ford Law Soc. (Pres., 1932-33); Sigma Nu
(Regent, 1906-08) ; Phi Delta Phi. Many yrs.
active in the Masonic fraternity. Past Pot-
entate of Islam Temple, 33° Honorary Scot-
tish Rite, Past Grand Master of Calif.; Paci-
fic-Union, Commonwealth, San Francisco
Golf, Stock Exchange Lunch, Graduate (New
Haven, Conn.), Mem., Advisory Council Yen-
ching Univ. (China) Clubs.
Bus. Address: 315 Montgomery St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 20 Presidio Terrace, San
Francisco, Calif. *

KEESLING, Francis Valentine. A.B.

Lawyer; Keesling, Wayland & Eliot.
Born: San Jose (Calif.), Feb. 17, 1877; s.
of Mary (Nunez) and Francis Marion Kees-

KEFAUVER. Dean Grayson Neikirk,

A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Educator; Dean and Professor of Education,

School of Education, Stanford University.



Born: MUldletown (Md.), Aujj. 31, liK)0; s.
or Llllle unil Oliver 11. Kcfauver.
Education: UnlvorslUos: Arizona, Stanford.
Minnesota, Franklin and Mar.shall, lleidel-
beiK (Olilo), Te.\as, Harvard, Calif.
Degrees: A.B., Arizona, 1921; M.A., Stan-
ford, 1925; Ph.D., Minnesota, 1928.
Married: Anna E. Skinner, In Tucson (Ariz.),
Dec. 25, 1922; ch.: Uetty La Verne, William
Henry, Robert Kllwood.

Prof. Record: Teaclier, High School (Tucson,
Ariz.), 1921-22, Vice-I'rin., 1922-23; Elemen-
tary School Vrin. (Fresno, Calif.). 1923-24;
Vice-Prin., Senior High School and Dir.,
Junior High School (Fresno, Calif.), 1924-
25; Dlr., Research. Fresno Public Schools,
1925-26; Inslr. in Secondary Education, Univ.
of Minn., 1926-28, Asst. Prof, of Education,
'>^nlv. of Minn., 1928-29; Assoc. Prof, of Ed-
ucation, Teachers College. Columbia Univ.,
1929-32; Actg. Prof, of Education, Stanford
Univ., 1932-33, Dean and Prof, of Educa-
tion, School of Education, Stanford Univ.,

Directorships: Western Vice-Pres., Prog.
Educ. Assn.; Bd. of Dir., N.S.S.E.
Publications: Guidance in Secondary Schools
(witn L. V. Koos) ; Monographs of the Na-
tional Survey of Secondary Education (with
others) ; The Horizontal Organisations of Sec-
ondary E due at ion ; Part-time Secondary
Schools; The Secondary-School Population;
Co- Author of Appraising Guidance in Second-
ary Schools.

Memberships: Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Delta
Kappa; National Education Assn.; A.A.A.S.,
(Bd. of Dir.) National Soc. for the Study
of Education; National Education Assn.;
National Council of Education of N.E.A.;
Amer. Ed. Res. Assn.; John Dewey Soc.
Religion : Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Hunting, skiing, music, photo-
graphy, golf and fishing.
Bus. Address: Stanford University, Calif.

Home Address: 678 Mirada, Stanford Uni-
versity, Calif.

KEIGHLEY. Geoffrey Lorrimer, B.A.,


Physiologist; Research Assistant in Biology,
Calif. Inst, of Tech.

Born: Morecambe (Eng.), Dec. 22, 1901; s.
of Ethel Blanche (Green) and William Cros-
sley Keighley.

Education: Univ. of Toronto (Canada), Calif.
Inst. Tech.

Degrees: B.A., Univ. of Toronto, 1926; M.S.,
Calif. Inst, of Tech., 1940.
Married: May, d. of Frank N. Goble, in
Pasadena (Calif.), 1936.

Prof. Record: At present. Research Assistant
in Biology, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Publications: Author and Co- Author of vari-
ous scientific papers.
Recreations: Skiing.

Biis. Address: California Inst, of Technology,
Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 237 W. Los Flores Dr., Alta-
dena, Calif. »

KELLEMS, The Reverend Jesse Ran-
dolph, A.B., H.U., D.D., S.T.D., Ph.D.,
LI..D., F.K.G.S., F.K.S.A.

Minister, McCarty Memorial Christian Church,
Los Angeles.

Born: Junction City (Ore.), Sept. 16, ]«•«;
s. of Louisa Amanda (Flint), M. A., D. D.,
and David Clinton Kellems, D.D.
Education: Univ. of Oregon; Temple Univ.;
Universities of Marburg ((Jermany), Paris
(France) and Edinburgh (Scotland;.
Degrees: A.B., Oregon; B.D., D.D., Eugene
Bible Coll., 1919; S.T.D., Temple U., 1924;
Ph.D., U. of Edinburgh (Scotland), 1926;
LL.D., Muskingum Coll., 1941. F.R.G.S.,
F.R.S.A. (London), etc.

Married: Senorita Inez Marie (Cartagena,
Colombia, South America); d. of Georgiana
(Watts) and Senor Mauriceo L. Toledano in
New York City, Sept. 16, 1929; ch.: Elyse
Marie (dec.) and Randolph Toledano.
Prof. Record: Conducted Evangelistic serv-
ices in every State in the Union, 1915-23;
conducted Evangelistic Mission, Australia,
1923-24; organized Christian Churches Union
of South Africa, 1926-28, Missions in Great
Britain, 1924-26; traveled through India,
Africa, New Zealand, Australia with three
months study in Palestine and Syria, 1933-
34; Minister, McCarty Memorial Christian
Church, Los Angeles, 1936-40. Mem. of the
Calif. Assembly, 60th Assembly District,

Publications: Author of Glorying in the
Cross, 1915; The Deity of Jesus, 1919; New
Testament Evangelism (Transylvania Col-
lege Lectures), 1922; Studies in the Forgive-
ness of Sins (Drake Univ. Lectures), 1925;
Alexander Campbell and the Disciples (Texas
Christian Univ. Lectures), 1930; The Resur-
rection Gospel, 1924.

Army Record: Private, Oregon National
Guard, 1911-14.

Memberships: Bel- Air Country, Bel- Air Bay
Clubs; Masonic Lodge and Order of the
Mystic Shrine; California Chapter, Sons of
the Revolution; West Los Angeles Rotary

Religion: Christian Church.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Big game hunting (Zululand,
Rhodesia, Kenya Colony, British East Afri-
ca). Archeology of Syria and Palestine.
Bus. Address: McCarty Memorial Church,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 454 Cuesta Way, Bel-Air,
Los Angeles, Calif.

KELLER, Helen Bass. Ed.B.

Supervisor of Teacher Training, University
of California, Los Angeles.
Born: Indianapolis (Ind.); d. of Emma
(Wickard) and George F. Bass.
Education: Indianapolis Normal School; Univ.
of Chicago; Univ. of So. Calif., Univ. of
Calif., Los Angeles.

Degrees: Ed.B., Univ. of Calif. (Los An-
geles), 1925.

Prof. Record: Elem. Teacher, Indianapolis
(Ind.), Highland Park, (III.); Asst. Super-
visor, Division Psychology and Ed. Research,
Los Angeles Schools; Lecturer, Extension Di-
vision, Univ. of Calif, and Inst. Lecturer;
Lecturer and Dir., Demonstration School.



Pomona College, summer session; Lecturer,
San Diego State Teachers College, summer
session; Asst. to Calif. State Commissioner
of Elementary Education; Research in Read-
ing in collaboration with Dr. Grace Fernald,
Univ. of Calif, at Los Angeles; Supervisor
of Elementary Teacher Training, Univ. of
Calif, at Los Angeles, 1926-41.
Publications: Contributor, Journal Education
Research, Dec, 1921; National Education
Association Principals Year Book, 1924; Los
Angeles City Psychology Division Year Books
III and IV: Mental Measurement Monograph,
No. 11 (Johns Hopkins Univ.): Guide to
Child Development (Calif. State Dept.).
Members?! ips; Pi Lambda Theta (Education
Honorary); Delta Kappa Gamma; National
Ed Assoc; Progressive Ed. Assoc; Faculty
Women's Club (U.C.L.A.); Supervisors of
Student Teaching Assn.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Travel, auto touring and read-

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

Home Address: 1828 So. Mansfield, Los An-
geles, Calif.



Born: Matteawan (N.Y.), May 2, 1893; s. of
Anna (Carey) and Seth Kelley.
Education: Elementary education New York
City Public Schools; Cornell U; Pans Ate-

Prof. Record: In gen. practice of Architecture
(Los Angeles, Calif.), since 1925; Has de-
signed many residences, housing projects,
churches, bus. buildings, etc.; winners of
many national awards in Architecture; 3-
time winner, House Beautiful Annual Nation
Contest, 1928-34-35; Medal of "Better Homes
in America" 1930-31; Home Owners Institute,
First Prize Award, 1929; nine Hon. Awards
of Amer. Institute of Architects; Award of
Architectural League of New York for "Dis-
tinguished expressions in residential Archi-
tecture"; Chmn., Jury of Awards "American
Gas Assn., National Contest", 1938; Mem.,
Jury of Awards "Gen. Electric National Con-
test", 1936; Mem., Jury of Awards, House
Beautiful Contest, 1940; Secy., So. Calif.
Chapter, 1929-30, Dir., So. Calif. Chapter,
Amer. Institute of Architects, 1930-31; Pres.,
Los Angeles Architectural Club, 1925-26. Fel-
low of American Institute of Archts., 1941.
Directorships: Editorial Staff, California Arts
and Architecture; Staff of Consultants, Good

Publications: Contributed to many technical

Army Service: 1st Lieut, of Infantry, 1917-
19, A.E.F. in St. Mehiel and Meuse - Ar-
gonne Engagements.

Memberships: Univ. Club of L.A.; Gargoyle
Soc- Military Order of Foreign Wars; Cur-
few Clubs; Chapperral Club; Amer. Inst,
of Architects.

Recreations: Riding, badminton, sailing.
Bus. Address: 816 W. Fifth St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: University Club, Los Angeles,

KELLEY. Tom (Thomas Francis)

Photographer, Photographic Illustrator.

Born: Philadelphia (Pa.), Dec 12, 1911; S.
of Cecelia (Selby) and William E. Kelley.
Education: Elem. Sch. in New York City.
Married: Natalie (Evans) in Long Island

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