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Bus. Address: Fifth and E Streets, LaVerne,

Home Address: 2220 Fifth St., LaVerne, Calif.


Inspector in Charge, Immigration and Nat-
uralization Service, Department of Justice,
San Diego.

Born: Carmi (111.), June 26, 1881; s. of Em-
ma and John R. Kuykendall.
Education: Public School, Carmi, Commer-
cial School, Centralia (111.).
Married: Pauline, d. of Elsie (Prewett) and
E. H. Connable, in San Diego (Calif.), Mar.
28, 1936; ch. : Carolyn (b. Jan. 16. 1937).
Prof. Record: Office work (clerical) laborer
and salesman (traveling) for various com-
mercial concerns in Illinois, Minnesota, North
Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa and
Missouri, 1899-1908; with U. S. Immigra-
tion Service working generally along the In-
ternat. boundary line between Mexico and
the State of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and
Calif., and also upon patrol boats on the
west coast of U.S., engaged principally In
the apprehension and deportation of contra-
band aliens, and the apprehension and prose-
cution of persons engaged in smuggling such
aliens into the U.S. ; in charge of Immigration
Service? Station at San Pedro (Calif.), 1915-
18; in charge of Immigration and Naturaliz-
ation Service Office at San Diego (Calif.),
1919-40, with exception of two yrs. (1922-24)
while directing field work of that same serv-
ice of the San Antonio (Texas), and Seattle
(Wash.) Districts.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Hunting.

Bus. Address: Federal Bldg., State and F
streets, San Diego, Calif.

Home Address: 1740 Granada Ave., San
Diego, Calif. *

Educntinn: Fine Arts Acad, of San Carlos
(Mexico City).

Married: Dr. Vlastimll Kybal In Prague
(Bohemia, Czechoslovakia); ch.: Dr. Mlllc
Kybal and Dallmil, M. in A.E.
Prof. Record: Worked as an Independent
I)ainter for several yrs. In Italy (princi-
pally In Rome, Assist, and Bagnala-Vlter-
bo), Spain, Czechoslovakia, Brazil, and Mex-
ico; exhibited in the Internat. Art Exposition
in Rome and held a one-woman show, com-
posed of forty works (Mexico City* ; her to-
tal work of about two hundred pictures and
drawings contain landscapes, still-life, por-
traits, and particularly church interiors.
Awards: Diplomas and Silver Medal In
Painting awarded by the Acad., and Fellow-
ship to Europe granted by the Govt, of the
State of Chiuahua.
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Recreations: Reading and travelling.

Home Address: 250 So. Holliston Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

KYBAL. Milic. B.L., J.D.
Lecturer in Economics, Whittier Coll.
Born: Prague (Czechoslovakia), June 18,
1914; s. of Ana Maria Saenz (y Aguilar) and
Dr. Vlastimil Kybal.

Education: French Lycee in Madrid (under
Toulouse Univ.); Charles Univ. (Prague);
Acad, of Internat. Law (The Hague).
Degrees: Bachelier hs Lettres, Toulouse U.,
1932; J.D., Charles U., 1937.
Prof. Record: In earlier yrs. lived in Italy,
So. Amer., and Spain: traveled extensively
through most of Europe and a number of
Latin Amer. countries, acquiring a vast lin-
guistical and direct political knowledge; in
charge of part of the Latin Amer. Section,
Export Inst, in Prague and Hon. Vice-Con-
sul of Mex., 1939; in charge of the Spanish
programs of the official Czechoslovak Broad-
casting Corp., 1938-39; Lecturer in Econom-
ics, Whittier Coll., since 1940; Fellow in Eco-
nomics, U. of Calif. (Los Angeles^ 1940-41;
Pub. Lecturer on economics and foreign af-
fairs in So. Calif. ; Mem. of Staff, Inst, of
Internat. Relations, Mills Coll. (Calif.), 1940.
Publications: Translation from Czech into
Spanish of the Handbook of Financial Sci-
ence by Dr. Karel Englis (Editorial Labor,
Barcelona), 1937; series of surveys on Latin
Amer. economic conditions for the Export
Inst, in Prague and contributed numerous
articles dealing with economic and political
problems to Czechoslovak. Amer., and Mex.
newspapers and learned journals.
Army Service: Military service in the Czecho-
slovak Army; graduated from the Sch. for
Calvary Res. Officers, 1938; was attached
to the Gen. Staff and took part in the mo-
bilization preceding Munich.
Religion: Roman Catholic.

Recreations: Readings, riding, foreign lang-

Bus. Address: Whittier Coll., Whittier, Calif.

Home Address: 250 So. Holliston Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

KYBAL. Ana Saenz de


Born: Chihuahua (Mex.); d. of Francisco

Raymundo (Saenz) and Agostina Aguilar.

KYBAL. Vlastimil, Ph.D.

Diplomat, Writer. Educator: Visiting Lectur-
er in History and Economics, Calif. Inst, of



Bom; Cernochov (Bohemia). 1880; s. of An-
tonia (Kubistova) and Venceslav Kybal.
Edtication: State Coll. Gymnasium (Slany)
1890-98; Czech University, Faculty of Let-
ters (Prague) 1898-1902: ficole des Hautes
Etudes at the Sorbonne; ficole des Sciences
Politiques (Paris); Preussiche Universitat
(Bonn am Rhein) ; Isituto Austriaco di Studi
Storici (Rome).

Degrees: Prof. Degree in History and Geo-
graphy. 1902; Ph.D. in Hist. (Prague), 1902.
Married: Ana Sdenz y Aguilar, d. of Ago-
stina and Francisco Raymundo Aguilar, in
Chihuahua (Mex.); ch.: Dr. Milic (Prague
U.) and Dalimil (Master in A.E., Calif.
Inst, of Tech.).

Prof. Record: Docent and later Prof. Regius,
Western European Hist. In the Middle and
Modern Ages, Prague U.; Secy. Exec, of the
Prague U. Extension Div.; Lecturer at the
Prague Inst, of Tech. and at the Women's
Superior Coll., as well as at the Sch. of Poli-
tical Science (all in Prague) ; Plenipotentiary
Minister of Czechoslovakia to Italy, 1920-25,
to Brazil and Argentine, 1925-27, to Spain
and Portugal, 1927-33, to Mexico and Central
Amer., 1935-39; Visiting Lecturer in Hist,
and Economics, Calif. Inst, of Tech., since

Publications and Awards: Saint Francis of
Assist, Prize of the City of Prague; Matthias
de Janov, Prize of the Czech Royal Soc. of
Science; John Hus' Doctrine, Prize of the
Czech Acad, of Science; Henry IV, King of
France, and His Foreign Policy, Prize of the
Czech Acad. ; Diplomatic Origins of the
Czechoslovak Republic, in French, Italian,
and Spanish; The Czechoslovak Republic, in
Spanish; The Czechoslovak Republic as a
Democracy, in Spanish; Czechoslovak Inde-
pendence, The William Henry Snyder Lec-
tureship (Los Angeles City Coll., Calif.),
1940; My First and Second Year in Brazil,
in Portuguese; South America, An Economic
and Political Survey; numerous articles on
internal, relations published in Czech, Italian,
French, Spanish, Portugese, and English, as
well as a book on St. Francis Order in Ger-
man. For his diplomatic services he was
awarded the following: Grand Cross of the
Crown of Italy: Grand Cross of the Order
of Isabelle, The Catholic: Order of the Az-
tec Eagle of Mexico.

Memberships: Royal Czech Soc. of Science,
Czech Acad, of Sciences: Spanish Acad, of
Hist. (Madrid), Acad, of Belles Letters (Bar-
celone). The Ibero-Amer. Acad. (Cadiz);
Mexican Soc. of Geography and Statistics,
Soc. of Hist, and Geography (Guatemala) ;
Ibero-Amer. Inst. (Prague; Charter Mem.).
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Recreations: Reading and traveling.
Bus. Address: California Inst, of Technology,
Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 250 So. Holliston Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

KYNOCH. Walter A.

Mayor, City of Marysville.
Born: Freestone (Calif.); s. of Anna (Hallo-
well) and Henry Kynoch.

Education: Received education at Chico Col-
lege; 5 summer schools, Univ. of Calif.
Prof. Record: School Administrator for many

Memberships: Elks; Rotary Club; F.A.M.;
Eastern Star.

Religion : Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Horticulture.

Bus. Address: City Hall or Marysville Public

School, F St., Marysville, Calif.

Home Address: 524 H St., Marysville, Calif.*


Research Physicist; Research Fellow in Phy-
sics, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Bnrn: Leipzig (Germany), April 26, 1887; s.
of Sarah (Riso) and Theocharis Kyropou-

Education: Leipzig Univ.; Univ. of Berlin.
Degrees: Ph.D., Leipzig U., 1911.
Prof. Record: Research Asst. in Bacteriology,
1911-13, Research and Teaching Asst. in Phy-
sical Chemistry, 1913-25, Teaching Asst. in
Physics and Research Fellow in Fluid Mech-
anics, 1928-31, at U. of Goettingen; Prof, of
Applied Physics, U. of Goettingen, 1931-35;
Research Fellow, California Inst, of Tech.,
since 1937.

Publications: Numerous papers on electro-
chemistry, metallurgy, molecular physics, and
their applications, notably on oil and en-
gineering problems in scientific and techni-
cal magazines.

Memberships: Amer. Physical Soc; Athen-
aeum Club (Pasadena) ; Sigma Xi.
Religion: Greek Orthodox.
Bus. Address: California Inst, of Technology,
Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 1936-A Mill Rd., South Pasa-
dena, Calif.

KYSER, Dean Edward Vernon, Ph.G.,
Ph.C, Sc.D.

Chemist, Author, Lecturer; Founder and
Dean, College of Applied Arts and Sciences,
Los Angeles University of Applied Education,

Born: Rocky Mount (No. Carolina), June 29,
1894; s. of Emily (Howell) and Paul B. Kys-

Education: Public schs.; Wilkinson Male Aca-
demy (Rocky Mount, N.C.); Univ. of No.
Carolina (Chapel Hill, N.C.).
Degrees: Ph.G., 1915, Ph.C, 1924, U. of No.
Carolina; Sc.D., Calif. Associated Colleges
(Los Angeles), 1940.

Married: Genevieve, d. of Sara (McSwaln)
and John M. Griffin, Sept. 14, 1916; ch.:
Sara Curtis and Martha Anne.
Prof. Record: Analytical and Research Chem-
ist, Wm. S. Merrill Co. (Cincinnati, Ohio),
1916-17; Chemical Dir., Cincinnati Soap Co.,
1917-22; Assoc. Prof., Queen City Coll. of
Pharmacy, Dept. of Williams Coll. (Cincin-
nati, Ohio), 1921-22; U. of No. Carolina,
1922-30; Pres., Apex Chemical Co. (Apex,
N. C), 1927-28; Pres., The Tidey Co. and
Vernon Kyser Laboratories (Rocky Mount,
N.C.), 1930-33; Instr., Los Angeles Pub.
Schs., 1934-38; Senior Chemist, Div. of Plan-
ning and Research, Calif. State Relief Ad-
ministration, 1939-40; Founder and Dean,
The Coll. of Applied Arts and Sciences,
Los Angeles U. of Applied Edn., since 1939;
Consultant Chemist to many Nat. and State
industries: 13 yrs. as Scoutmaster and Dep-
uty Commissioner: Author and Lecturer in
the fields of sciences, economics and social



Mcmber.ihipn: Mem. of many sclent I fir so-
cieties and assns. ; Kappa PsI, SlRma XI.
Religion: Baptist.

Bus. Address: Coll. of Applied Arts and Sci-
ences. Los Anpeles Univ. of Applied Educa-
tion, Flower St., at Olympic Blvd.. Los An-
K'eies, Calif.

Home Address: 1195 S. Bronson Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

KYTE. Professor George Cleveland,
A.B., M.A., Ka.O.

Professor of Education and Director, Uni-
versity Elementary School, University of

Tiorn: Oakland (Calif.), May 19, 1892: s. of
Catherine E. (Hansen) and George J. D.

Education: Pub. Schs. (Oakland, Calif.); U.
of Calif.

Degrees: A.B., 1915, M.A.. 1916. Ed.D., 1922,
U. of Calif.

Married: (Gertrude Mae. d. of Clara B. and
James M. Sloane. in Utica (N. Y.), Nov. 17,
1892; ch.: George Wallace.
Prof. Record: Teaching Fellow in Geography,
U. of Calif., Jan. -June, 1916; Principal,
Courtland Union High Sch. fCalif.), 1916-18:
Supervising Principal. WTiittier Elementary
Sch., 1918-19, Emerson Elemetnarv Sch.,
1919-Dec. 1921 (Berkeley. Calif. Pub. Schs.);
Supervising Principal. University Elementary
Sch. and Lecturer in Educ, U. of Calif.,
Jan. 1922-23: In.'?tr. in Educ. Summer Ses-
sions, U. of Calif. (Berkeley). 1920. 1921;
Rep. in charge of Edn. Dept., Southern
Branch U. of Calif. (Los Angeles). Summer
Sessions, 1922. 1923: Assoc. Prof, of Edn.,
Wash. U. (St. Louis), 1923-25: Assoc. Res.
Dir.. Calif. Curriculum Studv. State of Calif.,
1924-26: Mem.. Bd. of Dir.. Summer Sch.,
Wash. U.. 1924: Special Lecturer in Edn.,
V. of Calif., Jan. -Dec. 1925. intersession and
summer session. 1925: Visiting Instr.. in
Edn., Teachers Coll., Columbia U., Jan. -Aug.,
1926: Assoc. Prof, of Elem. Educ. and Su-
pervision. U. of Mich., 1926-28: Prof, of
Elem. Edn. and Supervision, U. of Mich.,
1928-31: Prof, of Edn.. U. of Mich., Summer
Sessions, 1927-31: Vi.siting Prof, of Edn. in
charge of State Curriculum Revision, U. of
New Me.x., Summer Sessions. 1927-29: Prof,
of Edn. and Supervising Principal of the
University Elem. Sch.. U. of Calif. .1931-39;
Prof, of Edn., U. of Calif., Summer Ses-
sions. 1932-36 and since 1938: Acting Dean,
Sch. of Educ, Acting Head, Dept. of Educ,
U. of Calif., Jan. 1-July 1, 1936: Prof, of
Educ, U. of Hawaii. Summer Session, 1937;
Prof, of Educ, Utah State Agricultural Coll.,
Summer Session, 1938: Prof, of Educ. and
Dir., University Elem. Sch., U. of Calif.,
since 1939.

Publications: Modern Methods in Teaching;
The California Curriculum Study: How to
Supervise; Modern 3Iethods Speller; Prob-
lems in School Supervision; Cubby Bears in
California; The Principal at Work; and num-
erous articles in educational periodicals and

Memberships: Fellow, Amer. Assn. for the
Advancement of Science: Amer. Educ Res.
Assn.; Natl. Soc for the Studv of Educ;
Natl. Coll. Teachers of Educ. :" Natl. Assn.
of Curriculum Workers: Natl. Soc. for the
Advancement of Educ: Natl. Educ. Assn.;
Calif. Educl. Res. Assn. ; Phi Delta Kappa.
Kappa Delta Pi; Free and Accepted Masons,

Ancient and Accepted .Scottish Rile of Frce-
ma.sonry; Rotary Internal.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Havlland Hall, Univ. of Cali-
fornia, Berkeley, Calif.

Home 2623 Virginia St., Berkeley,



Metallurgical and Mining Engineer.
Born: Peoria (111.). Apr. 22, 1874; s. of
Eurithe Ramsay and Jules Labarthe.
Education: Colo. Springs (Colo.); U. of Utah.
Married: Harriet Hull. d. of Elizabeth (Ald-
ridge) and William Warren Ayres. in Trail
(B.C.), Sept. 19, 1900; ch.: Jules, Warren
Ayres, Elizabeth, Harriet, and Volney.
Bus. Record: Was located in Trail (B.C.),
1898-1910, and at time of leaving was Mgr.
of Smelter: Gen. Mgr., Mason Valley Mines
(Nev.), 1910-14; Mem. of firm, Bradley.
Bruff and Labarthe (San Francisco). 1915-
25, and during that time constructed the
Bunker Hill Smelter (Kellogg, Idaho* and
the Magma Copper Smelter (Superior, Ariz.);
Gen. Mgr., Georgian Manganese Co. (Tchia-
touri, Georgia, Russia), 1925-28; had charge
of construction of Hudson Bay Mining and
Smelting Co. Smelter (Flin Flon, Manitoba),
1928-30: Consulting Engr., Rhodesian Anglo
Corp. (N'Kana, Northern Rhodesia i, 1930-31;
Consulting Engr. for construction of plant at
Helen Mine on Lake Superior, 1938-39.
Memberships: Cooper Club; Amer. Philatelic
Soc; Calif. Academy of Sciences; Amer.
Inst, of Mining and Metallurgical Engrs.
Religion: Episcopal.
Home Address: 21 Plaza Dr., Berkeley, Calif.



Born: Paris (France); s. of Camille (Ma

hieux) and Ernest Labaudt.

Education: Schools in Paris.

Married: Marcelle, d. of John Lapegue in

Sonoma (Calif.), Jan. 11, 1941; ch.: Al\-yne

and Yliane.

Prof. Record: Works in Public Bldgs., Coit
Tower, San Francisco (Calif.) 700 sq. ft.
fresco: C^orge Washington High School. San
Francisco, 120 sq. ft. fresco: Beach Chalet,
San Francisco. 2000 sq. ft. fresco; Los An-
geles Post Office and Court House under the
Federal Works Agency, 16' x9' wax fresco;
Los Angeles Post Office and Court House
ceiling under the Federal Works Agency,
15'xl5' wax fresco. Artist Painter, Dir.,
Lucien Labaudt School of Costume Design,
Art Instr., Montalvo Foundation.
Awards: Ann Bremer Prize. S.F.A.A., 1927;
First Prize. Gumps Competitive Exhibition,'
1932; First Prize. Radical Group, Los Angeles
Museum, 1937. First Municipal Purchase
Prize, San Francisco, 1937.
Memberships: Bohemian, The Familv (San
Francisco) ; The San Francisco Art Assn.

Bus. and Home Address: 1407 Gough St. San

Francisco, Calif.


Motion Picture Director: T^ventieth Centurv-
Fox Studios.



Born: La Salle (111.), June 29, 1886; s. of
Augusta (Neustadt) and B. Lachman.
Education: La Salle (111.), Ann Arbor
(Mich.), Paris (France).
Married: Quon Tai, in Paris, 1927.
Prof. Record: Painter: Four paintings pur-
chased by the French Govt, for the Natl.
Museum of France. "Musee du Lu.xembourg"
and one for the Museum of Paris, "Le Petit
Pailais"; Paintings in the following museums:
Rome, Chicago Art Inst., Cincinnati, New
Orleans; Directed Motion Pictures in Eng..
France, and Hollywood; among them: Paddy
the Next Best Thing, Baby Take a Bow. Man
That Lived Twice, The Outsider. Aren't We
All. Down Our Street. La Belle Mariniere,
Mistigri, La Couturiere de Luneville; taught
art in A.E.F. Art Training Center in France.
Awards: Chevalier, Legion d'Honneur.
Memberships : Masons ; Screen Directors'

Religion: Christian Scientist.
Recreations: Fishing and gardening.
Bus. Address: Twentieth Century-Fox Studios,
10201 W. Pico, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 718 No. Beverly Dr., Beverly
Hills, Calif.

LACY, Orlando Joseph

President, California- Western States Life In-
surance Co.

Born: Prairie du Chien, Aug. 20, 1884; s. of
Rachel M. (Cherrier) and Thurlow W. Lacy.
Education: Prairie du Chien Pub. Schs.
Married: Helen Elizabeth (Davis), d. of
Ellen Packer, in Hiles City (Mont.), Aug. 28,
1888; ch.: Thurlow J., Raymond F., Robert
J., Doris (Mrs. Peterson), and Bettie V.
Bus. Record: Civil Engr., Locating and Con-
struction Engr., C. M. & St. P. Ry. Co.,
190.3-08; Contractor Engr. and Banker, 1914;
State Agent for the New World Life Insur-
ance Co., Billings (Mont.), 1920; Agency
Mgr., Shenandoah Life Insurance Co., 1921;
Second Vice-Pres., in Charge of Agencies,
1928, elected Vice-Pres., 19^rf, and elected
Exec. Vice-Pres., 1932, Minn. Mutual Life
Ins. Co.; elected Pres., Calif -Western States
Life Ins. Co., 1934.

Army Record: Summer of 1916, Douglas
(Ariz.), with Second Mont. Infantry; 1918,
First Lieut., U.S. Engrs.

Memberships: Natl. Assn. of Life Underwrit-
ers; Amer. Life Conv.; Rotary; BPOE; Cham-
ber of Commerce; Golden Empire Council of
Boy Scouts of America.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Fishing, hunting, and golf.
Bus. Address: 926 J St., Sacramento, Calif.
Home Address: 1031 — 46th St., Sacramento,

LAEMMLE. Carrie Belle Norton. A.B.

Patron of the Arts.

Born: Colebrook River (Conn.), Feb. 23,

1878; d. of Emogene I. (Loomis) and Edward

D. Norton.

Education: Schools in Conn, and 111.; U. of


Degrees: A.B., U. of 111., 1906.

Married: Joseph Laemmle, in Urbana (111.),

Jan. 17, 1909; ch.: Carla (professional dancer

and actress).

Prof. Record: Interest lies in the theatre and
in artists; Founder and Pres., Los Angeles
Artists Foundation, which produced some out-
standing plays; interested in development of
"China City," a civic project and entertain-
ment spot for tourists in Los Angeles; aided
in orsanization of "Chinese Culture Soc."
Memberships: Peyton Randolph Chapter
D.A.R. (was organizing regent); Daughters
of Amer. Colonists; All Amor. Congress;
Alethenai; Artists (organization): Sans Souci
Breakfast Celebrity Club; Woman's Auxiliary,
Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce; Kenesaw
Mountain Chapter, D.U.; and many others.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Music and theatre productions.
Home Address: 1749 No. Mariposa, Holly-
wood, Calif. •

LaGIER, (Miss) Honorine

Healer, Teacher, Writer.

Born: Browns Valley (Calif.), Nov. 7, 1886;
d. of Selina (Spanna) and Ireene LaGier.
Education: Los Angeles Pub. Schs.; Sacred
Heart Academy (1897) ; Sawyer's Secretarial

Married: Henry Calvin Coy, s. of Nancy Beal
(of Civil War Fame), in Los Angeles (Calif.),
July 29, 1906.

Prof. Record: 10 yrs. Exec, in High Schs. of
Los Angeles; managed High Sch. Cafeterias;
10 yrs. in sales and publicity for large well
known firms of L.A. ; gave educational talks
on production of certified milk to Mother's
Clinics, Women's Clubs, Men's Clubs, and
Professional Groups: while attending Saw-
year's Secretarial Sch., introduced Weide-
mann's Evaporated Goat's Milk (now known
as Mevenburg's) through five states; it is
now a nationally known product; Teacher
and Writer of New Age Teaching known as
Father's Wisdom; Student of Metaphysics for
past 18 yrs.

Publications: Pearls of Wisdom (pub. by
DeVorss Pub. Co.); two other manuscripts
ready for publication.

Recreations : A great lover of nature and the
great outdoors, music and art.
Biis. Address: 1015 So. Manhattan PL, Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 5323 Aldama St., Los Angeles,
Calif. *

LAKIN, Egerton Drew. A.B., J.D.

Lawyer; Member, Lakin and Leve, Palo Alto.
Born: Iowa Hill (Placer Co., Calif.), Nov. 4,
1886; s. of Mary Adelaide (Drew) and Josiah
Stone Lakin.

Education: Pub. Schs. (Salt Lake City,
Utah); High Sch. (Palo Alto, Calif.); Stan-
ford Univ.

Degrees: A.B., 1908, J.D., 1910, Stanford U.
Married: Genevieve Gertrude, d. of Luther B.
Howard, in Palo Alto (Calif.), Dec. 15, 1915;
ch.; Phyllis Jean Suhr and Elizabeth Howard.
Prof. Record: Admitted to practice law in
Calif., Sept. 26, 1910; associated with Tobin
and Tobin (attorneys for Hibernia Savings
and Loan Soc), 1910-14; engaged in practice
of law in Palo Alto, since Apr., 1910; Mem.,
Lakin and Leve, since 1926; Police Judge,
City of Palo Alto, 1915-29.
Directorships: Home Foundation Bldg. and



Loan Assn.; Alta Mesa Cemetery Assn.; Ad-
visory Bd. Mem.. Bank of Amer.
Mcmhrinliips: Ac;icla Fratcrnltv; Palo Alto
l,()(lKe F. and A. M.; I'.ilo Alio Rotary Club;
I'alo Alio Communil.N' Players; Stanford As-

Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Uepublican.

Recreation!): Amateur dramatics and pack-in
trips into the lliKh Sierras.
Bus. Address: Bank of America Bldg., Palo
Alto, Calif.

Home Address: 1120 Forest Ave., Palo Alto,
Calif. •

IAMB. Harold Albert. A.B., F.A.G.S.


Born: Alpine (N.J.), Sept. 1, 1892; s. of
Nellie (Albert) and Frederick Stymetz Lamb.
Education: Friends seminary; Columbia U.
(Pulitzer Sch. of Journalism, N. Y.).
Degrees and Honors: A.B., Columbia U.;
Fellow, Amer. Geographic Soc.

Married: Ruth Lemont, d. of Philip Foster
Barbour, in N.Y.C., June 14, 1917; ch.:
Cary and Frederick Stymetz II.

Prof. Record: Writer on N.Y. Times and in
motion picture productions at Paramount,
M-G-M, United Artists, etc.
Publications: Marching Sands (Appleton),
1919; House of the Falcon (Appleton), 1920;
White Falcon (McBride), 1924; Genghis Khan
(McBride), 1927; Tamerlane (McBride), 1928;
The Crusades: Iron Men and Saints, 1930;
The Crusades: The Flame of Islam, 1931;
Durandal, 1931; Nur Mahal. 1932; Kirdy,
1933; Otnar Khayyam, 1934; The March of the
Barbarians, 1940 (all pub. by Doubleday,
Doran) ; Contributor to Colliers Weekly, Na-
tional Geographic Magazine, U.S. Infantry
Journal, Pictorial Review, U.S. Coast Artil-
lery, Asia, Woman's Home Companion, etc.
Army Service: Pvt., 7th Reg., N.Y. Nat. G.
and 107th Inf.

Aivards: Second Order of 'Ekmi, Persian
Govt., 1932; H. C. Bunner Medal, Col. U.,
1915; Guggenheim Fellowship, 1929; Silver
Medal, Commonwealth Club of San Francisco,

Memberships: Amer. Oriental Soc; Inst, of
Turkish Studies; St. Anthonv (N.Y.) and
Calif. Writers Clubs: Authors League; Berk-
eley Tennis; West Side Tennis (L.A.).
Recreations: Tennis and all outdoor sports;
collecting Persian manuscripts, early printed
works, and early voyages into Asia.
Bus. Address: c /o Sydney A. Sanders, 522 —
5th Ave., New York, N.Y.
Home Address: 199 Indian Rd., Piedmont,
Calif.; 8152 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, Calif.*

LAMB, Woodburn Kenneth, A.B., M.D.

Obstetrician and Gynecologist.
Born: Alma (Mich.), Oct. 28, 1904; s. of
Mabelle Woodburn (Ball) and Dr. Edward
Thomas Lamb.

Education: U. of Mich. Medical Schl.

Degrees: A.B., M.D., U. of Mich. Medical
Schl., 1930.

Married: Evelyn R., d. of John Kalske, in
Berkeley (Calif).

Bus. Record: Resident in Obstetrics and Gyne-

cology at U. of Mich. IIo.sp. In 1931; Instr. In
Obstetrics and Gynecology at U. of Mich,,
19.!2-.35; Visiting Staff. U. of Calif.. Obstet-
rics and Gynecology, 19.35-41; private practice
In Obstetrics and Gynecology, Berkeley
(Calif.). 19.35-41; Member of San Francl.sco
Obstetrical and Gynecological Soc. ; Member
of Amer. Bd, of Obstetrics and Gynecology;
Prcs., Birth Control League (Alameda Co.);
Chmn., Med. Advl.sory Comm., State Birth
Control League of Calif.

Memberships: Yacht Club (Berkeley); Fac-
ulty Club (U. of Calif.).

Religion: Protestant (Presbyterian).

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Sailing.

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