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Publications: Author: Hearn and His Biog-
raphers, 1903: The Big Four, 1928: The Origin
of the Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras
County, 1931; Bonanza Inn (with C. D. Hall),
1939: Editor: Around the Horn in 'J,9, 1928:
Frank Norris of the Wave, 1931; A History
of San Francisco (with L. F. Bylngton), 1933;
California in 18^6, 1934: A Leaf of Caxton's
Polycronicon, 1938; contbr. to mags.
Army Record: Served in Ambulance Service,
U.S. Army with A.E.F., 1917-19.
Memberships: Book Club of Calif, and P.E.N.
(San Francisco).

Bus. Address: 1125 Russ Bldg., San Fran-
cicso, Calif.

Home Address: 2740 Union St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif. »

LEWIS, Silas Arthur, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Physician and Surgeon.

Born; Berkshire (Vermont). May 21, 1876; s.
of Ellen Elizabeth (Haj-nes) and" Cornelius P.
V. Lewis.

Education: Mount Hermon (Mass.); Long
Island College Hospital (New York).

Degrees: M.D., Long Island College Hospital,
1910; Fellow, American College of Surgeons,

Married: Dorothy Thorpe Woods, d. of Jeaime
(Swander) and Howard Woods, at Las Vegas
(Nev.), 1919; ch. : three by previous mar-
riage; one by present marriage.



Prof. Record: Private practice for many
years, confined to General Surgery and Gyne-
cology. On the Board of Directors, Holly-
wood" Hospital (Hollywood, Calif.), for the
past 8 years. President of the Staff, Holly-
wood Hospital, 1934. Member of the follow-
ing: Los Angeles County Medical Assn.; Cali-
fornia State Medical Assn.; Los Angeles Sur-
gical Society: Hollywood Academy of Medi-
cine. Fellow, American Medical Assn.; Fel-
low, American College of Surgeons.
Publications: Enemata From the Anatomical
and Physiological Standpoints (pub. by Cali-
fornia and Western Medicine), Jan.. 1931;
The Medicolegal Importance of the Physicians
N Hospital Records (pub. by American Jour-
nal of Surgery), March, 1933.
Memberships: Hollywood Kiwanis Club; Los
Angeles Breakfast Club; Hollywood Toast-
masters Club; Theta Kappa Psi, Graduate
Chapter, U. of So. Calif.
Religion: Episcopal.

Recreations: Summers at home in the Sier-

Bus. Address; 1680 No. Vine St., Hollywood,

Home Address: 611 No. Cherokee, Los An-
geles, Calif.

LEWYN, Helena

Concert Pianist; Teacher.

Born: Houston (Texas), d. of Caroline (Jere-
mias) and Isadore Lewyn.
Education: Miss Waldo's Private School
(Houston, Te.x.); Berlin (Germany): studied
in Chicago under Bloomfield-Zeisler (piano)
and Frederick Stock (ensemble).
Prof. Record: Studied in Berlin under Leo-
pold (Sodowsky and Conrad Ansorge for 4
years. Concurrent with this study had 4 years
of Harmony and Composition with Stillman-
Kelley. Made debut in Berlin at age of 17,
with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, play-
ing three great concerts by Schubert-Liszt,
Chopin, and Saint-Saens. Gave many suc-
cessful concerts in Leipsig, Hamburg, Baden-
Baden, and Nauheim, also in London and
Hanover. Made American debut with the
New York Symphony Orch. under baton of
Walter Damrosch (who had heard her play
at age of ten and offered to make her his
protege). Repeated European successes with
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and Los An-
geles Philharmonic, in Hollywood Bowl,
under Emil Oberhoffer. Has pioneered in the
field of chamber music in Los Angeles and
has given recitals throughout the music cen-
ters of America.
Recreations: Painting.

Home Address: 6683 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood,

LICK, Rosemary. A.B.

Spanish and Character Dancer.
Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), April 12, 1913;
u. of Rose Margarethe (Zobelein) and Charles
Jacob Lick. (Descendant of old pioneer fam-
ily. Grandmother, Brigida Alvarez, Spanish
Californian and grandfather, George Nobe-
lein; father, descendant of Pa. Dutch who
fought in Amer. Revolution).
Education: Public grade schools; Beverly
Hills High School; U. of So. Calif.. 1930-34.

Degrees: A.B., U. of So. CaUf., 1934.

Married: Merlyn George Henry, MD., s. of
Jesse Henry, South Dakota.
Memberships: President, Pi-Iola (the alum-
nae chapter of Phi Beta, nat. prof, women's
fraternity of music and dramatic art) ;
Women's Committee of Los Angeles Philhar-
monic; Joine Alderman's Salon; Assistance
League of So. Calif.; Women's Auxiliary of
Los Angeles County Medical Assn.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Society.

Home Address: 731 Esplanade, Redondo
Beach, Calif., and 705 No. Arden Dr., Bev-
erly Hills, Calif. *


Lawyer ; with Benjamin, Lieberman & Elmore.
Born: June 20, 1887; s. of Rose (Weinberger)
and Rabbi Joseph Lieberman.
Education: East Denver High School; Univ.
of Denver; College of Liberal Arts; Univ. of
Denver Law School (all Denver, Colorado).
Degrees: LL.B., Univ. of Denver Law School.
Prof. Record: Librarian, Ernest & Cranmer
Law Library (Denver, Colo.), 1908-09; Grad-
uated from Denver Law School, June, 1909;
admitted to the Bar of the State of Colorado,
1909; commenced practicing law in Denver,
1909; Preceptor, Legal Aid Dispensary, Den-
ver Law School, 1909-1911; Asst. City and
County Attorney (Denver), 1914-21; admit-
ted to U.S. Supreme Court, 1920; Special
Counsel for City and County of Denver and
for its City Council, 1921-23; Special Counsel,
Denver County Central Com., 1922-23; Spe-
cial Counsel for George W. Clayton Trust
Com 1921-23; Trustee, Denver Bar Assn.,
1922-24; admitted to Calif. Bar, 1924; admit-
ted to practice before U.S. District Courts,
Colo and So. District Calif., U.S. Circuit
Court of Appeals (9th Circuit), U.S. Treas-
ury Dept.; Vice-Pres., Denver Soc. of Los
Angeles, 1925-27; Pres., Denver Club of Los
Angeles, 1925, until dissolution; Special
Prosecutor, Imperial County (Calif.), April-
June 1927; Mem., law firm, Goldman &
Lieberman, 1926-33; Agency Counsel, Recon-
struction Finance Corp., Los Angeles Agency,
1933—; Mem., law firm, Benjamin, Lieber-
man & Elmore, 1937 — .

Publications: Special writer for Denver Re-
publican 1904-07; Rocky Mt. News, 1908-10;
Editor, Jewish Outlook (Denver), 1909-10.
Memberships: Jewish Com. for Personal Ser-
vice in State Institutions; Los Angeles Jewish
Com. Council (Vice-Pres., 1937, since then on
its Bd ); Advisory Editorial Bd., B'nai B'rith
Messenger (Vice-Pres.): Bureau of Jewish
Educ. of Los Angeles (Chmn., 1936-38) ; Natl.
Council for Palestine; Natl. Council Amer.
Joint Distribution Com.; Federation of Jew-
ish Welfare Organizations of Los Angeles
(Trustee) ; Supreme Advisory Council of the
order of Aleph Zadik Aleph of the B'nai
B'rith (First Vice-Pres.); General Com.,
District Grand Lodge No. 4, B'nai B'rith;
Mem., Los Angeles Lodge No. 487, B'nai
B'rith; Denver Lodge No. 5, A. F. and A. M.;
Los Angeles Consistory (Scottish Rite); Al
Malaikah Temple (Shriners) ; B. P. O. E.
No 99 of Los Angeles; Los Angeles Bar
Assn.; Calif. State Bar; Amer. Bar Assn.;
Los Angeles Zionist District; Los Angeles
Chamber of Commerce: Clubs: Professional
Men's; Denver Law (Charter Mem.); Sinai
Men's; Temple Israel Brotherhood; Demo-
cratic Luncheon; El Jebel Shrine.



Religion: Jewish (SInal Temple).

BuK. Address: Commcrolnl Exchange Bldg.,

41(5 W. 8lh St., Los AnRolcs, Calif.

Home Address: 921 Mullen Ave., Los Angeles,


LIEBES, Dorothy Wright. A.B.

DesiKnor of Textiles; Owner of "Te.xtlles"

Born: California, Oct., 1899, d. of Elizabeth
(Calderwood) and Frederic L. Wright.
Education: San Normal School (Calif.);
U. of California; Columbia U. (N.Y.)
Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif.
Married: Leon Liebes.

Prof. Record: Owner of "Textiles" (weaving
atelier and design laboratory). Engaged in
designing materials for which she has received
many prizes from museums, expositions and

Aivards: Eight or ten textile prizes; awards

in 12 museum shows; Paris Exposition award.

Membership: Kappa Alpha Theta; Phi Beta


Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: 526 Powell St., San Francisco,


Other Address: (Jotham Hotel, New York City.

LIEBLING. George, Mus.D.


Born: Berlin (Germany), Jan. 24, 1875; s.
of Henriette and Jacob Liebling.

Education: High School and College, Berlin

Degrees: Mus.D., U. of So. Calif., 1932.

Married: Alice Goldberger In Berlin ((Ger-
many) .

Prof. Record: Displayed musical genius when
only 4 years old and played in public with
sensational success at age of 10; was one
of the last students of Franz Liszt ; has given
recitals throughout Europe and America
and is considered one of the great masters
of the present time. Royal Court Pianist
(Germany); Professor, "Guildhall" School
of Music, London (England); Prof., Kullak's
Academy, Berlin ; Director of own Conserva-
tory of Music in Munich (Bavaria) and Berlin.
Has played at many royal courts and has
been decorated by emperors and kings; giving
him the knighthood, the rank of chevalier
and even that of Chinese Mandarin. Is also
world renowned as a Composer. His works
include; The Wager (performed in CJermany,
Austria, Switzerland) ; St. Catherine (pre-
sented in Italy, Germany and Switzerland,,
(books written by Mrs. Liebling, noted
playwrights. Has composed piano and
violin concertos. Great choral work Mass
of Life was premiered by U. of So. Calif.,
which honored him with the Mus.D. degree.

Awards: Cross of Bavaria of King Ludwig;
Order. Art and Science of Duke Alfred of
Sa.xe-Coburg (son of Queen Victoria) ; Order,
the Lion and the Sun of Shah of Persia;
Order, the Double Dragon of Emperor of
(^ina; Golden Medal of Pope Pius X.

Bus. Address: St. George Apts., 1245 No.
Vine St., Hollywood, Calif.

LIEPMANN, Hans Wolfgang, D.Phil.

Research Fellow in Aeronautics, Calif. In.Ht.
of Tech.

Born: Berlin (Germany), July ?,, 1914; b.
of Emma (Le.scr) and Wllhelm I^icpmann.

Educntinn: High Sch., Berlin; Universities
of Istanbul 'Turkey), Prague (Czechoslo-
vakia), and Zurich (Switzerland).
Degrees: D.Phil., Univ. of Zurich, 1938.
Married: Kate Llepmann.

Prof. Record: Research Fellow in Physics,
Univ. of Zurich '.Switzerland), 19.3R-.39;
Physics Prize, Zurich, 1939; Research Fellow
In Aeronautics, Calif. Inst, of Tecfv.' (Pasa-
dena) since 19.39.

Publications: Several scientific articles pub-
lished in technical journals.

Memberships: Sigma Xi.

Religion: Lutheran.

Recreations: Tennis, mountain climbing.

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

Home Address: 294 So. Wilson Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif. •

LIETTA. (see DOWD, (Miss) Helen


Banker (retired).

Born: New York (N.Y.), April 27. 1883; s.
of Sophie (Gerstle) and Theodore M. Lilien-

Education: Hitchcock Military Academy (San
Rafael) ; Polytechnic School (San Francisco) ;
Univ. of Calif.

Married: Hilda, d. of Sophie and Adolph
Steinberger in San Francisco. Sept. 26, 1909;
ch. : Theodore M. and Robert P.

Bus. Record: ptudied banking in Paris
(France), 1904-05, and Frankfurt a/m (Ger-
many), 1905-06; Anglo-California Bank Ltd.,
1906-09; Cashier and Secy., Anglo-Califor-
nia Trust Co. (San Francisco, Calif.), 1909-
17. Mem., San Francisco Stock Exchange,
1917-40; Lilienthal and Co.; Lilienthal Colman
and Co.; M. P. Lilienthal and Co.; Mem.,
(Governing Board of San Francisco Stock E.x-
change, 1928; Organizer of San Francisco
Stock Exchange Institute and Mem., Ad-
visor of Com.. 1925-40; also served on List-
ing, Ticker and Clearing House Committees.

Directorships: Treasurer. San Francisco Area
Council Boy Scouts of America.

Army Record: Attended Pittsburgh Camp at
Monterey, 1915; Civilian Aide to the Secy,
of War, for Calif., 1928-36: Civilian Aide
to the Secy, of War for the 9th Corps
Area, 1936-40.

Memberships: Calif. Tennis Club.

Religion: Jewish.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Boy Scouts of America, tennis,
sports in general and reading.

Bus. Address: Russ Bldg., San Francisco,

Home Address: 3920 Washington St., San
Francisco, Calif. •



LILLARD, Jeremiah Beverly.

A.B., M.A., Ped.D. (deceased Jan. 20,

College Administrator (retired).
Born: Santa Barbara (Calif.), July 28, 1873;
^deceased, Jan. 20. 19411; s^ of Eliza Lou
Emma (Hicl<si and William Thomas Lillard.
Education: Public Schools (Santa Barbara,

Degrees: A.B., 1899, Stanford Univ.; M.A..
1911, Ped.D., 1940, Univ. of So. Calif.
Married: Helen Lemoyne, d. of Dr. James
Harmon Hoose in Los Angeles (Calif.), June
30, 1908; ch.: Richard Gordon; Elizabeth
Helen; Barbara Ruth.

Prof. Record: Prin. Elem. School., Santa
Barbara Co., 1S99-1901; Asst. in Physiology,
Stanford Univ., 1901-02; Head Dept. of Phys-
iologv, St. Louis High Schools 1902-07,
Instr., Head of Dept., Prin., and City Super-
visor, 1907-17; Lecturer in Ed., Univ ot
So Calif 1912-17; State Supervisor Agrl.
Econ , 1917-23; Lecturer, Agrl. Econ., Univ.
of Calif, (summer sessions), 1917-23; Pres •
Sacramento Jr. College, 1923-40, Prof, of
Ed., Univ. of Michigan (summer), 1929, Pres.,
So. Calif. Schoolmasters' Club, 1912-13
Pres., Amer. Assn. of Jr. Colleges, 1929-30,
Pres., Northern Calif. Assn. of Jr. Colleges,

Publications: Chapter on "The City Junior
College" in Proctor's The Junior College.
The Archaeology of the Deer Creek Cosumnes
Area and an Introduction to the Archaeology
of Central California.
Memberships: Mason; Phi Delta Kappa.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing and archaeology.
Home Address: 3348 Cutter Way, Sacramento,

LILLEY. Walter Eastman. M.D.

Physician and Surgeon; Coroner and Pub-
lic Administrator, Merced County.
Born: Portland (N.Y.), Nov. 5, 1868; s. of
Olive (Pratt) and Abner E. LiUey.
Education: Fredonia Normal and Baltimore
Medical College (Baltimore, Md.)
Degrees: M.D., Baltimore Medical College,

Married: Mabel G., d. of John P. Cossgrove
in Titusville (Pa.), Apr. 12, 1875; ch. : Harold
C. and Ivan L.

Prof Record: Is Local Surgeon, Santa Fe
Railroad; Chief Surgeon, Yosemite Valley
Railway; Coroner and Public Administrator,
Merced County (Calif.)
Memberships: Mason; Shrine; Elks.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Fishing, hunting and golf.
Bus. Address: Bank of America Bldg., Mer-
ced, Calif.

Home Address: 129 E. 21st St., Merced,

LINCOLN. Major General Rush
Blodgett. U.S. Army, B.S.
Army Officer.
Born: Boone (Iowa), Dec. 8, 1881; s. of

Priscilla Cronkhite (Hicks) and James Rush

Education: Public and High Schools, Iowa
State College (all Ames, Iowa).
Degrees: B.S., Iowa State College, 1904.
Married: Jeannette, d. of Aaron Allison Bar-
tholomew in Creston (Iowa); ch.: Rush Blod-
get, Jr. and Jeannette Virginia.
Armv Record: Entered the Army in 1903;
had ' continuous service therein serving as
Private. Corporal, Sergeant, 2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant, Captain, Major, Lieut. Col-
onel Colonel, Brigadier General and now
Major General. Graduate of the Air Corps
Balloon School. Air Service Balloon and Air-
ship School, Army Command and Staff School,
Army War College, served on War Dept.
General Staff, 1925-29.

Membership: Army and Navy Club (Wash-
ington, D.C.); Los Angeles Athletic Club;
Army and Navy Club (Washington, D.C.)
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf and travel.
Bus. and Home Address: Chanute Field, Ran-
toul. 111.


Lawyer; with Lindley and Higgens.
Born- Portis (Kan.), July 23, 1876; s. of
Lavina M. (Laman) and Joseph A. Lmdley.
Education: State College (Hays, Kan.); Kan-
sas Teachers' College (Emporia) ; Univ. of
Chicago Law School.

Degrees: LL.B., cum laude, Univ. of Chicago
Law School, 1911.

Married: Alma L., d. of Rosa and Henry Ise
in Lawrence (Kan.), June 20, 1909; ch.:
Laura M., Edward I., Mary L., Ruth E.
Prof Record: Raised on a Kansas farm;
began to teach school at the age of seven-
teen; for many years taught in winter and
farmed in summer; located in San Diego
(Calif.), Jan. 1912 and began the practice
of law, which he has continued to date.
Besides law practice owns and operates a
citrus ranch, and is especially interested in
cooperative marketing law and organizations.
Served in Calif. Assembly, 1919-20; Chmn.,
San Diego County Probation Com. since
1935- active in Bar Assn. work; Mem. of
Calif Com. of Bar Examiners; interested
in banking, Dir., Security Trust and Savings
Bank of San Diego, since 1927.
Directorships: Dir., Security Trust and Say-
ings Bank, San Diego and San Diego City
and Co. Convention Bur.

Memberships: A.F. & A.M.; BPOE; Optimists;
San Diego Club; Amer. Bar Assn.; State
Bar of Calif San Diego Bar Assn.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Bank of America Bldg., San
Diego, Calif.
Home Addr. : 1515 W. Lewis, San Diego, Calif.

LINDQUIST, Knute Gottfred

Mayor, City of Kingsburg.
Born: Vissingo (Sweden), Feb. 9, 1875; s.
of Maria (Gustafson) and John Lindquist.
Education: Public Schools in Sweden.
Married: Alma Martina, d. of John Dahlgren,
in Minneapolis (Minn.); ch.: Arnold, Mrs.
Ruth Nelson, Mrs. Hazel Bonander, Mrs.
Dorothy Linman.



Prof. Record: Came to America when elKhtcen
years old; lived In Minneapolis (Minn.),
I'Yesno and Oal<lan(l (Calif, i tiofore cominK
lo KinKshurs;; worked as tailor and cutter
until l!)l.'i; started Men's ClothinK and Fur-
nishinp Business in Mar. lill.'i in Kingsburg;
retired in Jan. 19.'?n after .selling business.
During the twent.v-seven .vears in Kingsburg,
served on the Ch. of Com. Bd. for many
years (Pres., one year); served on the High
School Board four years (Clerk one year) ;
has been on the City Council of Kingsburg
for twelve years, mayor for the last four
years, elected last April for another two

Directorships: Chmn., Advisory Board of
Bank of America (Kingsburg Branch) ; Chmn.
Ev. Free Church.

Religion: Ev. Free Church.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreation: Garden work.

Bus. Address: Kingsburg, Calif.

Home Addre.^s: 1680 21st Ave,, Kingsburg,

LINDQUIST. R(obert) Jerome. A.B.

Inventor; Manufacturer; Owner, R, J. Lind-
quist Co.

Born: Coleridge (Nebraska) Jan. 19, 1902;
s. of Magdalena (Thum) and Nels Lindquist.
Education: Received education at Lincoln
High School and Occidental College (Los An-
geles, Calif.).

Degrees: A.B., Occidental College, 1925.
Married: Dorothy Gertrude, d. of Elizabeth
Wilson in Rushville (111.), April 19, 1907;
ch.: Eric (4), and Karen (3 mos.)
Prof. Record: Started present business in
1929; invented and manufactured the electro-
therapeutic and electrodiagnostic apparatus,
including chronaximeter, chronowave. ultra
short wave, and other electrical apparatus;
supplies physicians and hospitals in U.S. and
foreign countries, also U.S. Govt, and Brit-
ish Hospitals.
Directorships: R. J. Lindquist Co.

Publications: Approach to Electrotherapeutics

(Ward Ritchie Press), 1939.

Memberships: Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Beta

Kappa, Ephebian.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Photography and travel.

Bus. Address: 2322 W. Seventh St., Los

Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 2384 Silverlake Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif. »

LINDSEY. Ben(jamin) B(arr)

Publicist; Judge, Superior Court.

Born: Jackson (Tenn.), Nov. 25, 1869: s. of

Letitia Anna (Barr) and Landy Tunstall


Education: Pub. schs. of Denver (Colo.);
Notre Dame Univ.

Degrees: Has received numerous degrees from
colleges and universities among which are
U. of Denver and Notre Dame U. (South
Bend, Ind.)

Married: Henrietta (Brevoort) of Detroit
(Mich.), Dec. 20, 1913.

Prof. Record: Admitted to bar. 1894; apptd.
Pub. Guardian and Adminstr., Denver, serv-
ing under Colo. Juvenile Ct. Law of Apr.

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12. 1899; apptd. Judge, Co. and Juvenile
Ct, of Denver, 1900; elected, 1W)1 and served
until July 1, 1927; Promoter of Juvenile court
system and originator of .some of Its features
and has intern.'it, reputation as authority upon
juvenile delinquency. Author, Colo, .Juvenile
Court Laio.i; puts boys on their honor (boys
sentenced to Industrial Sch., Golden, Colo.,
go unattended and only five of .several hun-
dred have betrayed their trust) ; succeeded
in having the first contributory delinquency
law against adults pa.ssed by Colo. Legis-
lature, holding negligent parents, employers,
etc., accountable. Cand. for Gov. of Colo.,
1906; Mem,, Prog. Nat. Com., 1912; Lec-
turer on Children's Problems, Moved to
Calif,, admitted to Calif, bar, 1928; elected
Judge, Superior Ct., Nov., 19.34, by largest
vote ever given in similar elections in Calif.;
re-elected Judge, Superior Ct. of Los An-
geles Co., Aug., 1940. by largest vote cast
for any Candidate for Judge for si.x-year
term, beginning Jan. 1, 1941.
Publications: Problems of the Children, The
Bea.'it and the .Jungle, The Rule 'of Plutocracy
in Colorado, The Doughboy's Religion, 1919;
Pan-Germanism in America; The Revolt of
Modern Youth, 1925; The House of Human
Welfare, The Companionate Marriage, 1927;
The Dangerous Life (autobiogi'aphy), 1931;
also Author of The Children's Bills and
California Children's Court of Conciliation
Law, 1939 (apptd. first Judge of that Ct.).
Bus. Address: Superior Court, City Hall, Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 10646 Somma Way, Bel-Air,
Los Angeles, Calif. •

LINDSLEY. Professor Charles Fred-
erick, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Professor of Speech, Occidental College.
Born: Higginsport (Ohio), June 8, 1894; s.
of Louella B. (Dunham) and G. G. Lindsley.
Education: Ohio State Univ.; Univ. of So.

Degrees: A.B., 1915, M.A., 1916, Ohio State
Univ.; Ph.D., Univ. of So. Calif., 1932.
Married: J. Margaret Miller, in Grafton
(West Virginia); ch.: Frederick and Richard.
Prof. Record: Instr. in English, Ohio State,
U., 1916-17; Instr. in Speech, Univ. of Minn.,
1917-23, Occidental College, 1923—; National
School V)f Broadcasting (Los Angeles)
1929-32; Max Reinhardt Workshop, 1938-39;
summer sessions at U.C.L.A. and Univ. of
So. Calif.

Directorships: Pres., Western Assn. of Teach-
ers of Speech, 1941.

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Kappa
Alpha, Sigma Delta Rho, Sigma Alpha Ep-

Religion : Congregational .

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf.

Bus. Address: Occidental Coll., 1600 Campus

Rd., Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 2027 Ridgeview Ave., Los

Angeles, Calif.

LINHART, George Augustus,

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

Instructor in Mathematics, Riverside Junior

Born: Bohemia, May, 1884; s. of Mary and
G. A. Linhart.


Education: Philadelphia High School; Univ.
of Pa.; Yale U.; Univ. of Calif.
Degreex: B.S.. Univ. of Pa., 1909; M.A.,
1911. Ph.D., 1913, Yale.

Publications: Has written thirty papers on
Matheinatical Chemistry (1910-40) published
in various scientific journals.
Army Record: Veteran of World War I.
Memberships : Sigma Xi.
Religion: Protestant.
Recreations: Hil<ing.

Bus. Address: Riverside Junior Coll., River-
side, Calif.

Home Address: 3270 Main St., Apt. L, Riv-
erside, Calif.

LINKLETTER. Art(hur Gordon), A.B.

Radio Producer, Writer.

Born: Lowell (Mass.1. July 17, 1912; s. of
Mary (Metzler) and Fulton J. Lmltletter.
Education: San Diego State College.
Degrees: A.B., San Diego State College, 1934;
(Majored in Speech Arts).
Married: Lois, d. of C. J. Foerster in San
Diego (Calif.), Nov. 25, 1935; ch.: boy (3);
girl (1).

Prof. Record: Program Dir., KGB (San Diego)
San Diego Exposition, 1935, Texas Centennial
(Dallas), 1936; Radio Dir., and Public Ad-
dress Manager for San Francisco World s
Fair 1937-39; Author and Co-Producer,
Cvalcade of a Nation, 1940; theme spectacles
of coast-to-coast and west-coast broadcast
series such as Young Man with a Band,
World's Fair Party, What Do You Thmk, Gal-
lery of Celebrities, Backstage at the Fair,
Who's Dancing Tonight. Who's at the Fair,
Meet the Scientist, and many others; Lec-
turer at clubs, conventions, etc. : Public Re-
lations Consultant on programs for C^neral
Motors, Ford, General Electric, Wells-Fargo,
Railway Express, etc, at four expositions;
Independent Radio Producer engaged m
originating, writing, producing, and acting
as Master of Ceremonies for radio shows on
various networks for several clients.
Directorships: Officer of Central YMCA
(General Council).

Publications: Magazine Think (I.B.M.), 1940.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa (hon.), Tau
Delta Chi; YMCA.
Religion: Protestant.

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