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Recreations: Hand-ball, traveling, and read-

Home Address: 115 Alhambra St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

LINSLEY, Professor Earle Garfield,
A.B., M.S.

Astronomer; Professor of Astronomy, Mills
College; Director, Chabot Observatory, Oak-
land Public Schools.

Born: Colo., June 19, 1882; s. of Rachel
(Keyes) and Rev. Harvey Linsley.
Education: Mt. Hermon Sch. (Mass.); Suf-
feild Academy (Conn.).

Degrees: A.B., Colgate U., 1904; M.S., U.
of Calif., 1908.

Married: Marguerite (Norton, d. of Kate S.
and Oliver M. Vesper, in Oakland (Calif.),
Sept. 19, 1907; ch.: Earle CJorton, Ph-D ,
Mrs. Katherine Linsley Gudnason, and Rob-
ert Edward.

Prof. Record: Prof., Calif. Coll. (Oakland),
1904-08; Instr., U. of Calif., 1908-11; Asst..
Harvard U., 1911-12; Prof. Astronomy. Mills
College, since 1912; Dir., Chabot Observatory,
1923—; Lecturer, Berkeley Baptist Div. Sch.
Directorships: Pres. Trustees, Alameda Co.
Zoological Soc; Sec. Trustees, Berkeley Bap-
tist Divinity Sch.

Army Service: Educ. Dir.. YMCA, 1917-18;
Educ Corp., A.E.F., 1918-19, U.S. Army;
Ordained, Sept. 1918.

Memberships: Delta Upsilon and Pi Garnma
Mu Fraternities; Commonwealth Club (S.F.>;
Internal. Knights of Round Table.
Religion: Baptist.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Mills Coll., Oakland, Calif.
Home Address: 4919 Mountain Blvd., Oak-
land, Calif.

LINSLEY, Earle Gorton,

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

Instructor in Entomology and Junior Ento-
mologist, Agricultural Experiment Station.
Univ. of Calif.

Born: Oakland (Calif.), May 1, 1910; s. of
Marguerite Gorton (Vesper) and Earle Gar-
field Linsley.

Education: University of California.
Degrees: B.S., 1932, M.S., 1933, Ph.D., 1938,
U. of Calif.

Married: Juanita, d. of Margaret and James
Murdoch, in Oakland, Aug. 22, 1935, ch.:
Joan and James Murdoch.
Prof. Record: Preparator, Dept. of Entomol-
ogy, Calif. Acad, of Sciences, 1928; Lab.
Asst., Div. of Entomology, U. of Calif.,
1933-35; Teaching Asst., Dept. of Agr U.
of Calif., at LOS Angeles, 1935-37; Assoc.
Quarantine Entomologist, Calif. State Dept.
of Agr 1938; Instr. in Entomology and Jr.
Entomologist in Agrl. Experiment Station,
U. of Calif., Berkeley, since 1939.
Directorships: Mem.. Bd. of Dir., Pacific
Coast Entomological Soc, Inc.
Publications: Author of about 60 scientific
articles (1930-40) in Pan-Pacific Entomolo-
gist Annals of the Entomological Society of
America, Journal of Economic Entomo.ogy
Transactions of the American Entomological
Society, Canadian Entomologist, Revista de
Entomologia, etc.

Memberships: Phi Mu Delta, Sigma Xi, Alpha
Zeta, Gamma Alpha, Phi Sigma.
Bus. Address: Agriculture Hall, Univ. of
California, Berkeley, Calif.
Home Address: 2215 Ninth Ave., Oakland,

LINSLEY, Ralph Eggleston,

B.A., Mus.B.


Born: New Haven (Conn.), July 11, 1903; s.

of Emma Estelle (Eggleston) and Frank

Joseph Linsley.

Education: Pub. Schs., New Haven (Conn.),

and Yale University.

Degrees: B.A., 1925, Mus.B., 1927, Yale.

Prof. Record: Instr. on Music Faculty, Yale

U 1925-28; professional work as Pianist,

specializing in accompanying and ensemble

extensively over Pacific Coast; Mem., Penha



Piano Qunrlel, for several yrs.; at present,
Arrompanlst for I'asarlona Festival Chorus,
Hach .Soc. of I'as.ulena, T.os Ant^oles Oratorio
Soc, .'ind many noted jn<llvi(lual artists; Mom.,
Van Loouwen Trio; Official Pianist of annual
Carmol Hach Festival.
Mcmbrrfihiiia : Phi Beta Kappa (Yale U.)

Home Address: 9'J2 E. California St., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

LINTNER. James Edward

Publisher and Editor, Canoga Park Herald.
Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Dec. 23, 1907; s.
of Mary Viola (Barnard) and Frank E.

Education: Canoga Park High Sch.; Wood-
bury Bus. Coll.; Occidental Coll.
Married: Jo, d. of Leona Walters, in Hereford
(Tex.), Dec. 11, 1907; ch.: Marilou and

Bus. Record: Asst. Mgr., Safewav Stores, Inc.,
1930-,32: Store Mgr., Continental Stores, 1933;
Publisher-Editor, Star Neivs of West San
Fernando Valley, 1933-34, Canoga Park
Herald, since 1934; Pres., Canoga Park
Chamber of Commerce, 1937, San Fernando
Valley Unit of Calif. Newspaper Publishers
Assn., 1937-38.

Directorships: Vice-Pres., Associated District
Newspapers of Los Angeles; Dir., United
Chambers of Commerce of San Fernando
Valley (since 1937) and West San Fernando
Valley Associated Chambers of Commerce
(since 1936).

Memberships: Canoga Park-Reseda Kiwanis
Club (Mem. and Dir., 1933-40, Pres., 1940,
Secy., 1939) ; San Fernando Valley Breakfast
Club (Mem. since 1938, Pres., 1939) ; Chi
Rho Fraternity (since 1937).
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis, stamps, and piano.

Bus. Address: 7228 Remmet Ave., Canoga
Park, Calif.

Home Address: 7319 Remmet Ave., Canoga
Park, Calif. *

LINTON. Clarence McClelland,

A.B., LL.B.


Born: Long Beach (Calif.), Oct. 27, 1910;

s. of Lillian Theresa (McClelland) and

Clarence B. Linton (now dec).

Education: Stanford Univ.,; Univ. of So

Calif. (Law Sch.).

Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1932; LL.B., U
of So. Calif. Sch. of Law, 1935.
Married: Margaret Louise, d. of Elizabeth
(Pollard) and David McKee Morris, in
Pasadena (Calif.), Feb. 14, 1938.
Prof. Record: Entered law firm of Ticknor
and Maxwell (Pasadena) in 1936; opened own
law offices (Pasadena) June, 1939, to date.
Directorships: Secy.. Pasadena Bar Assn.,
Member of Board of Directors of Pasadena-
San Gabriel Valley Council Boy Scouts of

Memberships: Chi Psi Fraternity (coll.). Phi
Delta Phi (legal frat.); Amer. Bar, Calif.
State Bar, and Pasadena Bar Assns.; Ski
Runners Club.

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Non-partisan.

Recreations: Swimming, golf and skiing.

Bus. Address: First Trust Bldg., Pasadena.

Home Address: 7.34 Old Mill Rd., Pa.sadona

LINTON. Robert. M.A.,Sc.D.

Consulting Engineer.

Born: Hud.son (Ohio), May 29, 1870; s. of
Caroline S. (Doollttle) and Robert J. Linton.
Education: Washington and Jefferson Coll.,
1887-90; Polytechnic (Charlottenburg, (Ger-
many), 1892-94.

Degrees: Honorary: M.A., 1902, Sc.D., 1937,
Wash, and Jefferson Coll.
Married: Margaret, d. of Hugh McElveen,
in Pittsburgh (Pa.), 1896; ch.: Eleanor.
Prof. Record: Mining Engr. (coal) with Mc-
kinney and Smith (Pittsburgh, Pa.), 1890-92;
in window glass mfg., 1894-1906, as Chemist,
Factory Supt., and for last two yrs, with
general supervision of production in all
plants of Amer. Window Glass Co. (hdqrs.
in Pittsburgh) ; in general practice as Mining
Engr., chiefly metal mining, with office in
Los Angeles, later in New York City; Pres.,
No. Butte Mining Co., 1918-23; Vice-Pres.
and Managing Dir., Consolidated Coppermines
Co. ; Engr. and Operating Exec, of other min-
ing companies; Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr.,
Pacific Clay Products (Los Angeles), 1923-35;
in private practice since then as Consulting
Mining and Industrial Engr.
Directorships: Mem., Bd. of Governors, West-
ern Div., Amer., Mining Congress; Vice-Pres.
and Dir., Mining Assn. of Southwest; Dir.,
Pacific Clay Products.

Publications: Numerous technical papers and
articles published in technical magazines.
Memberships: Amer. Inst, of Min. and Met.
Engrs.; Amer. Soc. of Civil Engrs.; Amer,
Soc. tor Testing Materials; Fellow, Amer.
Ceramic Soc; Amer. Assn. for Adv. of Sci.;
Mining Club (N.Y.C.); Los Angeles Country
Club; Mason (K.T.); Delta Tau Delta; Sons
of the Revolution; Soc. of Colonial Wars.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Edison Bldg., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 517% So. Carondelet St., Los
Angeles, Calif.

LION, Henry


Born: Fresno (Calif.), Aug. 11, 1900; s. of
Satrak Lion.

Education: Fresno High Sch.; Otis Art Inst.
(Los Angeles), 4 yrs.

Married: Hellen, d. of Ford Howell of San
Marino (Calif.), in Los Angeles, 1931.
Prof. Record: The following are commissions
done in bronze and stone for Los Angeles:
The Pioneer Fountain (Carthay Center) ; Cali-
fornia Sunshine Fountain (in rotunda of
Circle Theatre) ; De Anza Monument (Carthay
Center) ; Felipe De Neve, founder of L.A.
(stands in center of Old Plaza) ; Fountain of
Honor (Wilshire Ebell Club) ; Panels to bronze
doors of L.A. City Hall; The Power of Water
Fountain heroic figures (collaboration with
two sculptors), (Lafayette Park); Cabrillo
Monument (San Pedro) ; two heroic eagles on



facade of new L.A. Post Office and Federal
Building; and many other smaller commis-
sions in bronze and stone.
Au'nrds: $1000 prize for fountain design,
19'^4- Purchase Prize, Hollywood Women s
Club' 1925: Bronze Medal, Pacific South-
west' Exposition, 1928; $100 First Prize, L.A
Co Fair, 19:53, second Prize, 1935; First
Prize. Ebell Salon, 19,37: First Prize, Calif.
Art Club Exhibition, 1938; Second Prize, L.
A Co Fair. 1939; Grand Prize, Otis Alumni
Exhibition, 1941; also a number of Honorable

Meinberships: Calif. Art Club; L.A. Art Assn.;
Charter Mem., Pacific Geographic Soc; Hon.
Mem.. Calif. Historical Soc.
Recreations: Chess and tennis.
Home Address: 10517 Cheviot Dr., Los An-
geles, Calif.

LIPMAN, Dean Charles Bernard,

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

Professor of Plant Physiology and Dean of the
■ Graduate Division, University of California.
Born: Moscow (Russia^, Aug. 17. 1883; s of
Ida (Birkhahn) and Michael Gregory Lip-

Married: Marion Amesbury, d. of Dr^ George
gers Univ.; Univ. of Wis.; Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: B.S., 1904, Sc.D., honoris causa,
1934, Rutgers U.: M.S.. U. of Wis., 1909;
Ph.D., U. of Calif., 1910.

Married: Marion Amesbury, d of Dr George
Herbert Evans, in San Francisco (Calif.),
May 25, 1925; ch.: Georgia Evans.
Prof. Record: Goewey Fellow, U. of Calif.,
1908-09; Instr. Soil Bacteriology, 1909; Asst.
Prof. Soils, 1910; Assoc. Prof., 1912 Prof.
Soil Chemistry and Bacteriology, 191;^ - 1;
Prof Plant Nutrition, 1921-25. Prof. Plant
Phvsiologv since 1925, U. of Calif., Dean of
Grad Div. since 1923; in charge of admin-
istration, James D. Phelan Fellowships in
Literature and Art (San Francisco), 1934-
39; Chmn., Committee on Sixth Pacific Science
Congress, 1939.

Directorships: Mem., Educl. Advisory Bd.,
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Founda-
tion- Dir , Belgian-Amer. Educl. Foundation;
Mem., Bd. of Dir., Internat. House, Ber-

Publications: Many scientific papers in stand-
ard journals.

Memberships: Sigma Xi, Alpha Zeta, Phi
Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Delta Pi; Gol-
den Bear; University, Bohemian (San Fran-
cisco), and Orinda Country Clubs; Athenian-
Nile (Oakland) ; Faculty (Berkeley) ; Fellow,
AA AS ■ Amer. Chemical Soc; Amer. Soc.
Plant Phvsiologists; Soc. of Amer. Bacter-
iologists; " Fellow, Society for Research on
Meteorites; Mem., Soc. for Experimental Bi-
ology and Medicine; Mem., California Botan-
ical Society.

Bus. Address: 214 California Hall, Univ. of
California, Berkeley, Calif.
Home Address: 78 The Uplands, Berkeley,
Calif. *

LIPMAN, Frederick Lockwood

Banker; Chairman of the Board, Wells Fargo

Bank and Union Trust Company.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Feb. 21, 1866:

s. of Frances Caroline (Kellogg) and Charles

Frederick Lipman.

Education: Pub. Schs. of San Francisco.

Married: Edith, d. of Crossley Law. in Vir-
ginia City (Nev.), July 25, 1891; ch.: Ed-
ward Crossley, Robert Lockwood, and Mary
Edith Jensen.

Bus Record: With Latham and King, Stock
Brokers (S.F.), Sept. 11, 1878; Wells Fargo
& Co. Bank (S.F.), since May 10, 1883.
Directorships: Dir., Fibreboard Products, Inc.
Memberships : Pacific Union, Bohemian, Clare-
mont Country, and Monterey Peninsula Coun-
try Clubs.

Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 4 Montgomery St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Hoyne Address: 2943 Avalon Ave., Berkeley,

LIPMAN. George Morris


Born- San Francisco (Calif.), Sept. 25, 1879;

s. of Rosalie (Hirschfeld) and Morris Lip-

Education: San Francisco Public Schools;

Hastings Law College; Kent Law College.

Married: Annette, d. of Sarah and Jack Mel-

asky in Taylor (Texas); ch.: George M.,

Jack M.

Prof Record: Admitted to practice, 1904;

Asst. District Attorney (San Francisco) 1906-
10- engaged in general practice specializing
in 'criminal law; on legal staff of Market
Street Railway Company, 1929 — .
Memberships: B'nai B'rith (Past Grand
Pres ) • Fidelity Lodge, 120 F.&A.M. (Past
Master); Temple Sherith Israel (Pres.).
Religion: Hebrew.
Politics: Republican.

Recreation: Literature and drama (Shake-
sperian scholar).

Bus. Address: Humboldt Bank Bldg., San
Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 463 Twelfth Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

LIPPINCOTT. Joseph Barlow,

A.B., C.E.

Consulting Hydraulic Engineer.
Born: Scranton (Pa.). Oct. 10, 1SG4; s. of
Harriet Phillips (Barlow) and Joshua Allen
Lippincott, LL.D.

Education: Dickinson Coll.; U. of Kansas.
Degrees: A.B., 1886, C.E. (Hon.), 1914, U.
of Kansas.

Married: Josephine Phillips Cook, in Beverly
(New Jersey), Apr., 1890; ch.: Joseph Read-

Prof Record: With Santa Fe R.R. System,
1886-88; Topographer, U.S. Geol. Survey,
1888-92; Asst. Engr., Bear Valley Irrigation
Co 1892; in charge various irrigation in-
vestigations in Calif., 1893-94; Hydrographer,
US. Geol. Survey for Calif., 1895-1902;
Supervising Engr. for Pacific Coast Dist.,
U S. Reclamation Service, 1902-06; Asst.
Chief Engr., Los Angeles Aqueduct, 1906-13;
Consulting Engr., Los Angeles, 1913—; Con-
sulting Engr. for municipal water work in
San Francisco, Fresno, Santa Barbara, Los
Angeles, and other Calif, towns, Denver, El
Paso Phoenix, Hawaiian Islands, Mexico and
Alaska; Engr. and Mgr., construction of
Camp Kearnev Natl. Guard Camp (San Diego
Co Calif.), also Rockwell Field (San Diego),



1917-lH; SuporvlsinK Kn^r., U.S. HouslnK
Corp. (Pittsburgh iinil IJolhlohem, Pa.), 191K;
Civil St'i'vlce Commr. for Lo.s Angeles; Park
Commr., 1!)1() , Stale Commi., Slxlh Dis-
trict A^rl. Assn., liUl ; Consult inu Kngr.,
litLTi, lor Stale of Calif., Trl-Co. Flood Con-
trol 15(1., Los Angeles Co. Flood Control
Dist.. U)'J7-'J8, Internal. Water Hound.iry
Commission between U.S. and Me,\. since ID.i'J,
City of Los Angeles and several cities and
Irrigation districts; Mem., Weather Hur. Com.
of Natl. Science Advisory Bd., since 1935;
Consulting Engr., U. S. Army Engrs., Los
Angeles Dist.

Publications: U.S. Geological Survey water
supply papers: No. 33, Storage of Flood
Waters on the Gila River, Ariz.; No. 58, Stor-
age and Underground Water Supply of Kings
River, Calif.; No. 59 and 60, Underground
Water Supplies of San Bernardino Valley,
Calif.; No. 116, Water Supply Problems of
Santa Barbara, Calif.; No. 81, California

Memberships: California and Los Angeles
Country Clubs; Tau Beta Pi, Beta Theta Pi.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf and ranching.
Bus. Address: 543 Petroleum Bldg., 714 W.
Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 1256 W. Adams Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif. *

LISSNER. Henry H., M.D., F.A.C.P.


Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Jan. 4, 1875;
s. of Mathilda (Block! and Louis Lissner.
Education: Boone's Prep School, Berkeley
(Calif.); Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley).

Degrees: M.D., Univ. of Calif. Medical Sch.,

Married: Lillie, d. of Moses Meyer, Aug. 10,
1911; ch.: Henry H., Jr., Mary Dorian, Betty

Prof Record: Interned at San Francisco Co.,
Hosp., 1903-04; Asst. to Dr. Langley Porter,
Contagious Pavilion (San Francisco County
Hosp.), 1904-06; following earthquake and
fire in San Francisco, Camp Commander at
Lafayette Square, April, 1906 to Dec. 1906;
post grad. course in Univ. of Vienna and
Univ. of Heidelberg, 1907-08; post-grad,
work, Berlin, Leipzig, Hamburg, 1910; Assoc.
Prof., Clinical Medicine, Univ. of Calif. Med-
ical Dept. (Los Angeles), 1910-15; Prof.,
Clinical Medicine, U. of So. Calif., 1915-17;
post-grad, work Univ. of Paris, Zurich, Lei-
den, and Univ. Hosp. (London), 1924; at
present in private practice. Former Chief of
Staff of Cedars of Lebanon Hosp. (Los An-
geles, Calif.)

Directorships: Chief of the Medical Executive
Board of Los Angeles Sanatorium (Duarte,

Publications: Many technical and medical
articles which have appeared in various pro-
fessional journals.

Army Record: Major, Med. Corps, U.S. Army,
1918; Chief of Medical Service and Con-
sulting Physician at Base Hosp., 1918-19,
Camp Pike (Little Rock, Ark.); Colonel,
Med. Reserve Corps, 1924-38; Colonel, Medical
Res. Corps, at present, inactive.
Awards: Ling Gold Medal for "Services to
Children," 1938; Diplomate, Amer. Bd. of
Internal Medicine as Specialist in Internal
Medicine, July 1, 1937.

Memberships: Los Angeles Athletic Club;

I'hl Chi, Al|.h,-. Onic'K,


'Hon. Med.

Religion: Jewish.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: liK)8 Wllshlre Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Horn,' Address: 2156 So. Hobart Blvd., Los
AiiKcles, Calif.

LISSNER, Jr., Henry Hymen, A.E.

Musicologist, Writer.

Born: Los Angeles (Calif. >, June 17, 1912; s.
of Lillie (Meyer) and Dr. Henry H. Lissner.
Education: Univ. of Calif. (Los Angeles);
New York Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Calif., 19.36.
Music Record: Contbr. of numerous articles
of music magazines; Music Editor of West-
wood Hills Scene, 1938-39.

Recreations: Music, drama, ice skating, and

Home Address: 2156 So. Hobart Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

LITCHFIELD, (Mrs.) Esther Gulp.

A.B., M.A.

Dramatics Director, Fullerton Junior College.

Born: Eureka (111.), Nov. 16, 1896; d. of

Elnora (Wood) and Henry Culp.

Education: Eureka Coll. (III.),; Univ. of

Wisconsin; Univ. of So. Calif.

Degrees: A.B., 1919 (M.A. being completed at

the present time.)

Married: Orville, s. of Robert Litchfield, in

Bloomington (111.), Dec. 23, 1922.

Prof. Record: Teacher of English, Minonk H.

S. (III.), and Lacon H.S. (111.); Dramatics

Dir.. Fullerton Jr. Coll. (Calif.), 1929; Dean

of Women, Fullerton, Jr. Coll., 1930-40;

produced plays for community organizations;

has directed and produced 50 major plays and

musical comedies.

Memberships: Delta Zeta and Delta Psi Omega

(hon. dramatics fraternity).

R eligion : Christian .

Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Fullerton Junior College, Ful-
lerton, Calif.

Home Address: 819 Grandview Dr., Fullerton,

LIVERMORE. Lieut. Colonel Norman
Banks, U.S. Army Reserve, C.E.
President, Coffin Redington Company.
Born: Oakland (Calif.), July 20, 1872; s. of
Mattie (Banks) and Horatio Putnam Liver-

Education: Calif, schools; Univ. of Calif.;
Cornell Univ.

Degrees: C.E., Cornell, Univ., 1894.
Married: Caroline, d. of George Sealy in
Galveston (Te.xas), Jan. 5, 1910; ch.: Nor-
man Jr., George Sealy, John Sealy, Horatio
Putnam, Robert.

Prof. Record: Served in various capacities
as Engr. on Govt, and other works; opened
office as Consulting Civil and Hydraulic
Engr. ; formed companies for handling mach-
inery and equipment; organized gravel and
rock companies and managed them; engaged
in other business and financial activities, also
forming mining and lumber operations; Pres.,
Coffin Redington Co.; Pres., Norman B.



Livermore & Sons; officer or director of vari-
ous other corporations.

A^ rrivel Co • Pac. Coast Aggregates and

var?ous others-: Pres., Bd. of Trustees. Calif.

Acad, of Sciences.

Army Record: Service in U.S. Army during

world war i, one and one-half years in

France; now Lieut.Col. in the Reserve.

Awards: Wgion d'Honneur (Fr.).

Memberships: Psi UPsilon; Pac. Umon o

San Francisco; Meadow Club (Mann «-o.;

and others.

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Out of door activities: travel;

big game hunting; farming.

Bus. Address: 216 Pine St., San Francisco,


Home Address: Ross, Calif.

LLOYD. (Mrs.) Caroline Alma


Rorn- Fort Wayne (Ind.), Mar. 7, 1875; d.

of Frances Xavier Goodman and Mary (Grub-

^Education: Parochial School (Fo/t Wayne
Indiana); Ojnvent of Notre Dame, (Mil

Married: Warren Estel LloV^ /ttorney Au-
fhor, Lecturer; s. of Lewis Marshall Lloyd,
Los Angeles (Calif.), Feb. 16 1898. c";^-
A°ma Estelle, Edward Warren, Paul Eugene.
Prof. Record: Studied voice „ culture and
piano in Chicago and Denver from 1894-98.
Berlin, 1909-10; taught singmg from 1900-08.
Studied sculpture in Pans 1910-11, 19,30-ci9,
dS'the Uer period exhibUed regularly
at the Salon d'Automne. the TuU eries.
Beaux Arts, and other salons and galleries
fn Paris. Also exhibited at the Nev. York
World's Fair, and the San Francisco Exposi-
tion of 1940. The French Government pur-
chased a piece of sculpture from her One-man
ExhTbltfon held in 1939, for display in their
National Museum.

Decorations: Medal for sculpture at the Inter-
national Exposition at Pans, 19^7.
Memberships: Societaire de la Societe Na-
tionale des Beaux Arts de Pans.
Religion: Christian.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreation: Writing, painting, music.
Home Address: 2320 Inverness Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

LLOYD. Frank W. G.

Motion Picture Director, Producer, and Exec-
President, Frank Lloyd Productions, Inc.
Born: Glasgow (Scotland), Feb., 1889 (nat-
uralized citizen of U.S.A.).
Education: Public schools of England.
Married: Alma (Haller) ; ch.: Alma.
Bus Record: Producer and Director of the
following outstanding productions: Oliver
Twist 1922; The Sea Hawk. 1924; Divme
Lady, 1928; Cavalcade. 1933; Berkeley
Square. 1934; Mutiny on the Bounty, 1935;
Adoration. Dark Streets. Weary River, Drag.
Young Nowheres, Song of the Gods, Sm Flood,

The Lash. Age for Love. East Lynne, Hoopla,
Servants' Entrance. Passport to Hell; recent
credits are: Maid of Salem (Paramount),
1936; Wells Fargo (Paramount), 1937; // /
Were King (Paramount), 19.38; Rulers of the
Sea (Paramount), 1939; Howards of Virginia
(Columbia Pictures distribution, by Frank
Lloyd Pictures, Inc.), 1940; Lady From
Cheyenne. 1941, and now producing and
directing /, James Lewis (a tentative title)
both for Universal Pictures, Inc., distribution;
is Pres. of both Frank Lloyd Pictures, Inc.
and Frank Lloyd Productions, Inc.
Memberships: Acad, of Motion Picture Arts
and Sciences; Bel Air Country Club.
Recreations: Ciolf.

Bus. Address: Universal Studio, Universal
City, Calif. '

LLOYD. Lucile (deceased, 1941).


Born: Cincinnati (Ohio), Aug. 20, 1894; d.
of Mary Alice (Holcomb) and Harry Kensing-
ton Lloyd.

Education: Woman's Art School of Cooper's
Union (N.Y.C.) and Art Student's League

Married: (1) Addison Brown II, s. of Judge
Addison Brown in N.Y.C, May 17, 1919
(divorced 1925); ch.: Addison Brown III.
(2) Niel S., s. of Will McNulby in Los An-
geles (Calif.), Jan. 20, 1936 (deceased 1939).
Prof Record: Under year's contract to Ber-
tram G. CJoodline, Arch. (N.Y.C), 1918;
Art Dir., Advertising Agency, Bush Buyers
Club (N Y C) ; Dir., Stickney Memorial School
of Art (Pasadena (Calif.), 1921-22; in
business in Glendale and Los Angeles as
Mural Painter and Decorator, 192&— ; spec-
ializing on schools and churches; Principal
murals: The Madonna of the Covered Wagon
(So. Pasadena Jr. H.S.); Kindergarten Audi-
torium (Stoneman School, San Marino, Cal-
if.); Altar-piece, St. Mary of the Angeles
(4510 Finley Ave., Hollywood, Calif.) ;CoZi-
fornia's Name (Assm. Room, Calif. State
Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.)
Publications: Jus' Call Me Art (Progressive
Contractor), Jan. 1935; Mtiral Decoration tn
the Home. 1935 and Mural Decoration in the
Children's Playroom, 1936.
Awards: Silver Medal (Antique), Cooper's
Union, 1914; Silver Medal (Life), Coopers
Union, 1915; Hors Concours (same), 1916 and

Memberships: Calif. Art Club and Women
Painters of the West.
Religion: Episcopal.

Recreations: Research into Calif. History,
especially the Flags of Calif.
Home Address: 13231/2 Liberty St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

LLOYD, Rosemary Dobbins, Ph.B.

Teacher, Business Executive, Civic Worker.

Born: Sutter Creek (Calif.), 1869; d. of

Mary Eloise (Trowbridge) and Rev. Hugh

Hillis Dobbins.

Education: Public Schools of Calif, and Mills

Seminary; Univ. of Calif.; Univ. of Chicago.

Degrees: Ph.B., Univ. of Calif., 1890.

Married: Lewis Marshall; s. of Absalom

Lloyd in Virginia.

Prof Record: Began as a teacher in public

schools in 1892; taught in Berkeley schools



(5 yrs.); later tiiuRht English History In

Online LibraryRussell Holmes FletcherWho's who in California (Volume 1942-43) → online text (page 132 of 235)