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Berkeley High School; has been Pres. of
Dobbins Estate Co. for many years, as well
as Uosemary Properties, Inc. and the Im-
provement Syndicate, Ltd.; deeply interested
In the life of the Church and Christian activ-
ities; San Francisco Presbyterial Soc. (Past
Pres.t; especially Interested in promoting
the education and improving the status of
Indian youths; her home has been the home
of many college students during their under-
graduate years; through this means and by
financial aid many have been assisted
through college.

Directomhipn: Board of Church Extension of
the San Francisco Presbytery and the West-
minister Foundation.

Memberships: Twentieth Century Club (for-
merly Pres. ) ; College Women's Club of
Berkeley; The Berkeley Women's City Club.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Gardening and traveling.
Home Address: 2845 Garber St., Berkeley,


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

Born: Hillside (Wis.), Sept. 16, 1885; s. of
Eleanor (Jones) and Enos Lloyd-Jones.
Education: Univ. of Wis.; Rush Medical at
Univ. of Chicago; Univ. of Vienna (Austria).
Degrees: M.S., 1911, Ph.D., 1913, Univ. of
Wis.; M.D., Rush Medical, 1927.
Married: Lucina Langworthy, d. of Susan
and Ezra Carr in Madison (Wis.), 1913; ch.:
Mirriam Jane.

Prof. Record: Assoc. Prof., Genetics (Ames,
la.), to 1918; Dir., Sippy Farms (Mich.).
to 1923; Practice of Medicine (internal), 1923
— ; Physician Inspector in Los Angeles City
Schools, 1935 — ; Lecturer in Public Health,
Univ. of Calif, at Los Angeles, 1937 — .
Publications: Numerous papers on heredity
and experimental genetics in scientific jour-
nals; also, studies on growth and develop-
ment of children and other medical subjects.
Mem.berships: Amer. Med. Assn.; Calif. Med.
Assn.; Los Angeles Med. Assn.; Amer. Assn.
of Pub Health; Sigma Xi; Phi Sigma Kappa;
Phi Chi.

Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Liberal.

Recreations: Nature, gardening, music, sing-

Bus. Address: 1930 Wilshlre Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 718 Thayer, Westwood Vill-
age, Los Angeles, Calif.

PublicationH: Signed in Yellow (Doubleday-
Doran), 1930; The Calloused Eye (Doubleday-
Doran), 1931, various magazines from 19.'J0
to date.

Religion: Christian f Episcopal).
PoHUch: Registered Republican.
Recreations: Bridge, theater, conversation.
Home Address: 1900 El Arbolita Dr., Glen-
dale, Calif.

Other Address: Box 428, Big Bear Lake,
Calif. •

LOBDELL. (Miss) Avis

Special Representative of the President,
Union Pacific Railroad.

Born: Eldorado (Kansas), Nov. 8; d. of
Judge Charles E. Lobdell and Anna B.
(Jones); ch.: one adopted daughter, Jean
(Mrs. J. Norman Park).

Education: Graduated from Central High
Sch. (Kansas City, Mo.).

Bus. History: Began bread-winning career
on the stage, stock, vaudeville, traveling
companies; left stage for newspaper work on
Oregon Journal (Portland), Departmental
Editor, and feature writer. Left journalism
to become Press Agent of (Portland, Ore.),
Orpheum Theatre, being the first woman on
the Pacific Coast to hold such a position.
In 1916 became associated with Union Pacific
Railroad as first woman passenger agent in
railroad history. In 1918 established first de-
partment of welfare for women employees
on any railroad, spending much time in
lecture work. In 1934, made the survey
which resulted in establishment of Union
Pacific Challenger train, the first all low
cost deluxe trains in U.S. and the train which
started revival of passenger service on all
railroads In the country. Named the
train and established its service. In 1938,
pioneered and still directs (in Los Angeles),
the first Women's Travel Department on
any railroad. First woman in railroad his-
tory to be promoted to a high e.xecutive

Directorships: Mem. of Bd. of Directors of
Women's Au.xiliary, Los Angeles Chamber of

Clubs: Women's Athletic Club (Los Angeles);
Chamber of Commerce (Los Angeles) ; Sorop-
tomist Club; Business & Professional Women's
Club; Union Pacific Old Timers Club.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Gardening, farming, motoring.
Bus. Address: Union Pacific, Sixth and Olive
Sts., Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 6491 Ivarene Ave., Holly-
wood, Calif., and Merlo-On-Rock-Creek, Hills-
boro, Oregon. •

LOBAN, Ethel


Born: Toledo (Ohio), Oct. 27, 1892; d. of

Amelia (Smith) and Frederick Harris.

Education: Toledo Public Schools.

Married: Joy M., s. of Newell Loban, in

Floyd County (Iowa), Mar. 21, 1886; ch.:

Joy (Mrs. U. S. George) ; Maida (Mrs. Bruce

K. Adams); Dawn; Lawrence.

Prof. Record: Writer of books published by

Doubleday-Doran Co., short stories in various

magazines. Collier's, Ladies' Home Journal,


LOCKHART, Eugene (Gene)

Actor, Writer, Stage Director.
Born: London (Ontario, Canada), July 18,
1891; s. of Ellen (Delaney) and John Coates
Lockhart (Scottish tenor). Descendant of
John Gibson Lockhart, biographer of Sir Wal-
ter Scott.

Education: St. Michael's (Toronto, Canada);
De La Salle Inst. (Toronto) ; Brompton Ora-
tory (London, England) ; private tutors.
Married: Kathleen, d. of Selina Barber
Arthur, Chicago (111.), June 12, 1924; ch.:
June Kathleen.



Prof. Record: Made his first appearance on
fhe New York stage at New Amsterdam
Theatre as Gustave in The Riviera Girl, Sept.
24 1917; wrote and directed the revue The
Pierrot Players, touring Canada, Jan., IJIJ,
Authored (With Deems Taylor), and acted m
Heiah Ho 1921; joined Boston Opera Co.,
sent ijS'2, presenting Gilbert and Sullivan
reperioire, played Robin Oakafple vn Rud-
diaore- at Provincetown Theatre <N.\.C. ,
mIv 1923 created role of "Bud" m Sicn Up,
Sh ran two yrs.; played in The Handy
Maf as C/tUe at 39th St. Theatre, March
iQO^' Tan 1926 wrote, d rected and played

and Broadhurst Theatres (N.Y.C.) ; Oct., 1926,
^ray^d'nerb, Brev^ster In 1-^1^^^^^%^^^,,
icY)7 ns MpDhisto m Faust, at ioiien iiieciLic
/n Y CI March, 1927 to 1930, toured with
h[^ wi' e in original Recital Revue; was
""Gregoire in little^Faiher of theMerness
Time 1930 Empire Theatre (N.Y.C.) , June,
1931 Waitwell in The Way of the World.
Mild -nieatTcN.Y.C.) ; did series for Players
aub jofned the faculty of JuiUiard Inst, of
Music' Oct., 1931 serving as Lecturer on
Stage Technique for 3 yrs^; 1932 toured m
own revue. How's Your Code, m 19-2-3o
wrote, directed and ^PPeared for 30 weeks m

Sunday ^»£"^«s «« ^'"^' „„S^^1^'^°S Mp-
Thpatre (NY.C); May, 1933, piayeci lw""^
^afc^fte in Players Revival of Vncle Tom's
SaLC AlvinTheatre (N.Y.C.) m Sept 1933^
created the role of f^«c!e St<Z i" Eugene
O'NeiU's Ah Wilderness vnVn George WK
Cohan Guild Theatre (N.Y.C). From 19^9
to 1933. staged The Young Idea; ^'- W«-
rior's Husband; Sujnurun; at HecKscnei
Theatre (NY.C). Staged The Wonderful
Visit by H G. Wells and St. John Irvine,
Princess"^ Theatre, for "Players, Inc." Juy
1934 went to Hollywood on contract to
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. August 1935 staged
Sumurim at Hollywood Bowl (3ct. 1935
played lead in Sweet Mystery of i'l/e- at Shu
bert Theatre (N.Y.C); returned to Holly-
wood for pictures, 1936. Played comedy lead
in VirJinia Sept., 1937, Center Theatre
(NYC) Has appeared in many pictures,
including: Algiers; A Christmas Carol; Black-
mail- Abe Lincoln in Ulmois. In 1938, nom-
inated for Academy Award for perlormance
in liaiers- twice honored by first place for
■^best supporting performance" in Hollywood
Critics Monthly Review; awarded 1st place by
London (Eng.) Film Review. Jov character
performance in Blackmail, 193J.
Directorships: Vice-Pres., Authors Club (Hol-
lywood) ; Governor, American Acad, of Motion
Picture Arts and Sciences.
Publications: Has written over 400 sketches
For radio he authored: Broadway Varieties,
Adventures in Eraine (starring Irene Bar-
doni)- Lasy Dan; Piccadilly Circus; Abroad
With'the Lockharts; At Home With the Lock-
harts. Has written many articles for Stage.
Script, and other magazines. Wrote the
Ivrics for The World Is Waiting for the Sun-
rise, introduced in Heigh Ho; also many other

Army Service: Served in Officers Training
Corps, U. of Toronto, during World War I.
Memberships: American Soc. of Composers,
Authors, Publishers; Academy of Motion Pic-
ture Arts and Sciences; Screen Actors Guild;
Authors Club (Hollywood): Athletic Cub;
L A A C; British United Services Club; Play-
ers Club (New York); Dutch Treat Club

Religion: Roman Catholic.
Politics : Independent.

Recreations: Golf, swimming, badminton.
Bits. Address; 6525 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood,

Home Address: Hollywood Athletic Club, Hol-
lywood, Calif.

LOCKWOOD. Ethel Keifer

Writer, Teacher.

Born- Longton (Kan.); d. of Emma Jane
(Mitchell) and Wilbur Fiske Keifer.
Education: Grammar and high school (Mul-
hall, Oklahoma) ; Southwest Univ. (Weather-

Married: Dr. Harry Martin Lockwood (de-
ceased) in Los Angeles; oh.: Pauline Lock-
wood Correll.

Prof. Record: Newspaper reporter and fea-
ture writer, Tulsa Journal, Tulsa World,
Oklahoma City Times, Daily Oklahoman; ten
years in advertising world of downtown Los
Angeles; trade paper Editor; fiction in wide
range of magazines; articles in newspapers
and magazines, including Writer's Year Book,
Writer's Digest.

Awards: Winner of natl. contest for estab-
lished writers (Pictorial Review), $1,000 for
5,000 words, 300 contestants.
Memberships: Calif. Writer's Guild.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing and swimming.
Home Address: 503y2— 34th St., Newport
Beach, Calif.

Other Addresses: 8049 Calle 10, Colon, Re-
public of Panama.
P.O. Address: Cristobal, Canal Zone. *

LOEB. Amy Kahn. B.L.

Civic Worker.

Born- San Francisco (Calif.), Nov. 17, 1885;
d. of Ida P. (Elkus) and Dr. Samuel S. Kahn.
Education: Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: B.L., Univ. of Calif., 1906.
Married: Joseph P., s. of Leon Loeb, in San
Francisco, Jan. 24, 1909; ch.: Kathleen (Mrs.
E. J. Bernath) and Margaret (Mrs. E. J.
Soares) .

Bits. Record: Director and Past Pres., Ham-
burger Home; Treas., Woman's Committee
for Philharmonic Orchestra, Trustee, So.
Calif. Symphony Assn.

Memberships: Women's University and
Women's Athletic Clubs; A.A.U.W.
Religion: Jewish.
Politics: Republican.

Home Address: 212 Copa de Oro Rd., Bel- Air,

LOEB, Joseph Philip. A.B.

Lawyer; Member, Loeb and Loeb.

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Dec. 11, 1883;
s. of Estelle (Newmark) and Leon Loeb.
Education: Grammar and High School (Los
Angeles) and Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Calif., 1905.
Married: Amy C, d. of Dr. Samuel Kahn in
San Francisco (Calif.), Jan. 24, 1909; ch.:
Margaret (Mrs. Edward J. Soares) ; Kath-
leen (Mrs. Edward J. Bernath).
Prof. Record: Attorney at law, admitted to



pracdco In 1!)0(> at Los AnKclPs; h".s been !i
inoml)L"i' ol' I'irm.s: Kustcr, l.oci) and Looh;
Loel) and Loi'li; Lool), VValki'i' and Loob;
Lovvontlial, l^ocl) and Walker; Loel), Walker
and l.oel); Loel) and Loel). Mem.: Mayor's
Advisory ("ivle (Vnler Com., lilH? and lO.'W;
I' and .Scoi)0 Com. ol' Amer. .levvlsh .lolnt
Oistribulion Com., liCiH; lOxecutive Com.,
Nail. Conf. of Christians and Jews, la'iS
and 1!W9.

Directorships: Bd. of Governors, Los Angeles
Civie Light Opiera Assn., 1939, 1940: Budget
Com., Los Angeles Communil.v Chest, 19,'?2 — :
U. of Calif. Alumni Assn., Scholarship Com.,
19.'!4-41, Chmn., 19,38-41: Los Angeles Tuber-
culosis and Health Assn., 1940-42.
Memberships: Los Angeles Bar Assn., 1912 — ;
Los Angeles Civic Light Opera Assn. : Los
Angeles Community Chest: Univ. of Calif.
Alumni Assn. : Los Angeles Tuberculosis and
Health Assn.: Town Club; Town Hall; Los
Angeles Athletic Club; Hillcrest Country and
Slock Exchange Clubs.
Religion: Jewish.
Politics: Republican.
Recreation: Golf.

Bus. Address: Pacific Mutual Bldg., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 212 Copa de Oro Rd., Bel-Air-

LOEB, Professor Leonard B(enedict)

B.S., Ph.D.

Professor of Physics, University of Cali-

Born: Zurich (Switzerland), Sept. 16, 1891;
s. of Anne (Leonard) and Jacques Loeb.
Education: Berkeley High School; Univ. of
Calif.; Columbia Univ.; Chicago Univ.; Man-
chester Univ. (England).

Degrees: B.S., 1912; Ph.D., 1916, U. of Chi-

Married: Lora, d. of Dr. J. A. Lane in Mont-
clair (N.J.), June 9, 1928; ch.: Anne Leon-
ard and Jacqueline Lora.

Prof. Record: Teaching Fellow, Univ. of Chi-
cago, 1914-16; Laboratory Asst., 1916-17;
Asst. Physicist, U.S. Bureau of Standards;
Second-Lieut., Technical Section, Air Service,
U.S. Army, 1917-19; A.E.F., France, 1918-19;
Asst., Dept. of Physics (Manchester, Eng.),
1919; Natl. Research Fellow, Univ. of Chi-
cago, 1919-23; Asst. Prof., Univ. of Calif.,
1923-25; Asso. Prof., Univ. of Calif., 1925-
29; Full Prof., 1929-41. Leave of absence;
Commander, U.S. Naval Reserve on active
duty Naval Proving Ground, Dahlgren, Va.,

Publications: Kinetic Theory of Gases (Mc-
Graw-Hill), 1927; Edited: Physics of Crys-
tals; Joffe; Fundamentals of Electricity and
Magnetism (John Wiley), 1931; Nature of a
Gas (John Wiley), 1931; Development of
Physical Thought, with Arthur S. Adams
(John Wiley), 1933; Kinetic Theory of Gases
(2nd edition, re-written), 1934; Laboratory
Manual of Electricity and Magnetism (Univ.
of Calif. Press), 1935; Fundamentals of Elec-
tricity and Magnetism (2nd edition, re-writ-
ten), 1938; Atomic Structure (John Wiley),
1938; Fundamental Processes of Electrical
Discharges in Gases (John Wiley), 1939;
Mechanism of Spark Discharge, with John
M. Meek (in press, Stanford Univ. Press),
1941; some hundred scientific articles in jour-
nals of the American Institute of Physics,
Franklin Inst., Proceedings of the Natl. Acad.

of .Sciences; fjerman and Kngllsh Kclcntlfic
Journals; Zeitnchrift fiir Phynik; and Philo-
sophical Magazine.

Military Record: Scconfl I^leulenant, Tech-
nical Section, Air Service, 1917-19; h.K.V.,
France, on airplane Ignition, ,'1 months Lial.son
Officer with French on Anti-aircraft wjund
with French (10 mr)nths): Ensign, U.S.N.R.,
1924-,'iO; Lieut. (Jg), (ienoral Service, Deck
and Engr., 19,30-32; Lieutenant-Commander,
O-V (S), 19.32-40; Commander, O-V (S),
1940 — . Active duty Naval Proving Ground,
Feb., 1941—.

Decorations: No Decorations. Cited French
Ministry of War for design of anti-aircraft
machine gun mount to be u.sed with acoustic
direction finder.

Memberships: Fellow, American Phys. .Soc.
of Amer., Phys. Soc. of London, Amer. Assn.
for the Advancement of Science; Philosoph-
ical Soc. of Washington; Franklin Inst.;
French Phys. Soc. ; German Phys. Soc. ; New
York Acad. Sciences; Naval Inst.; Phi Beta
Kappa; Sigma Xi. Clubs: Faculty, University
of Calif., Bohemian of San Francisco.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Art photography; tennis; squash;
swimming; sailing; game fishing; student of
biography and history.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,
Calif, (on leave).

Home Address: Temporary: Naval Proving
Ground, Dahlgren, Va. •

LOEBER, Charles Stanton

Photographer; Proprietor, Loeber's Retail

Photographic Store.

Born: Napa County (Calif.), March 12, 1892;

s. of May Elizabeth (Pfeiffer) and Charles

Edward Loeber.

Education: Heald's Engineering College.

Married: Not at present time; ch.: Thomas,

Paula, Mary Beth.

Prof. Record: Has been active in pictorial
photography as a recreation and hobby for
many years. "Who's Who in Pictorial Pho-
tography" (American Annual), 1941, ranks
Mr. Loeber 9th in the world for 1940. Served
two terms as President of California Camera
Club. Is contributor of articles and photo-
graphs to leading photographic publications;
lecturer on photography. Has exhibited
photographs in the world's foremost salons.
Main interest is pictorial photography (art in
photography) as opposed to news or commer-
cial photography.

Memberships: Photographic Society of Amer-
ica; Calif. Camera Club.

Bus. Address: 2110 Fillmore St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif. *

LOEFFLER, Albert Henry

President, Jell-Well Dessert Company, Ltd.

Born: St. Louis (Mo.), July 15, 1884; s. of
Mary Emily (Ramel) and Charles Samuel

Education: Public Schools, Rochester (New
York) .

Married: Madeline George, d. of Mrs. Mar-
garet Myers, at Denver (Colo.), April 19,
1936; ch.: Richard Ramel; Theodore Hale
(by former marriage.)

Biis. Record: Obtained first business experi-
ence as traveling salesman for Stecher Litho-



"rnph Co. Rochester (New York). Came to
Calif Mav 1, 1908. and started small busi-
ness In "1918 liquidated and bought half
interest in predecessor of present corpora-
tion, the Jell-Well Dessert Company, Ltd.;
since 1921 has been President and largest
stock-holder ot the firm.
Directorships: Jell-Well Dessert Co., Ltd.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Bridge.

Bits. Address: 4440 District Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Ho7ne Address: 2746 McConnell Dr., Los An-
geles, Calif.

LOHN. Winifred Muriel


Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), May 30, 1893;
d. of Nancy Charlotte (Ellsworth) and Geo.
Upton Brubaker.

Education: Los Angeles City Schools.
Married: Albert William, Jr., s. of Alice B.
(Cooper) and Albert William Lohn, at Ven-
tura (Calif.); ch.: Ellsworth Edwin; Yvonne

Prof Record: Active for many years in civic
and club work in Los Angeles. Member of
the Assistance League of Southern Calif.
Memberships: Jonath&n Club; Wilshire Coun-
try Club; Santa Monica Del Mar Club; Opera
Reading Club of Hollywood; Book and Play

Religion: Protestant.

Recreations: Golf; swimming; book reviews.
Home Address: 301 So. Camden Dr., Beverly
Hills, Calif.

LONDON, Charmian Kittredge


Born: Wilmington (Calif.), Nov. 27, 1883;
d of Davelle (Wiley), (fiction writer and
poet) and Captain Willard Kittredge of
Mt. Desert Island, State of Maine.
Education: Home instruction; Mills College

Married ■ Jack London, s. of Flora (Wellman)
and John London, at Chicago (Illinois); ch.:
one daughter, Joy, deceased.
Prof Record: Author of articles and books,
including: The Log of the Snark (The Mac-
millan Co.), 1915; Our Hawaii (The Macmil-
lan Co.), 1917; Our Hawaii, Islands and
Islanders, 1921; The New Hawaii (pub. in
London, Mills & Boon, Ltd.), 1922; The Book
of Jack London (biography), in 2 volumes
(pub. The Century Co., 1st serially by Cen-
tury Magazine), 1921. Completed unfinished
novel of Jack London (interrupted by his
death). Eyes of Asia, for Cosmopolitan Maga-
zine. Now in preparation The Log of the
Dirigo (journal of windjammer voyage around
Cape Horn, Baltimore to Seattle, 148 days,
1912, of Charmian and Jack London).
Memberships: P.E.N. Club (International lit-
erary dinner club of London, England), San
Francisco Chapter; Honorary Member So-
noma Co. Branch of National League of
American Pen Women; Authors' League ot
America; Nat. Geographic Soc.
Religion: Member of Congregational Church.
Recreations: Horses; boats; swimming.
Home Address: Jack London Ranch, Glen
Ellen, Calif.

LONG, John Budd, Ph.B.


General Manager, California Newspaper Pub-
lishers Association, Inc.

Born: Council Bluffs (Iowa), Nov. 25, 1894;
s. of Viola (Niles) and John Budd Long.
Education: Denison U. (Granville, Ohio).
Degrees: Ph.B., Denison U., 1915.
Married: Berthe Sara, d. of P. P. Nelson;
ch.: Dair Nelson.

Prof Record: Newspaperman and executive
for many years. On staff of: Council Bluffs
(Iowa) Enterprise; Washington C.H., Ohio
Daily News; Omaha Daily News; Des Moines
Register d Tribune; The Omaha Bee; public
relations, Bell System; General Manager,
California Newspaper Publishers Assn., Inc.,
at present time.

Army Service: 1st Lieut. -Adjutant, Sanitary
Corps, Mobile Hospital No. 1, A.E.F.; over-
seas January 1918 to June 1919; organiza-
tion cited in general orders and decorated
with Croix de Guerre for front line service.
Memberships: Los Angeles Athletic Club;
San Francisco Press Club; Mason, Consistory,
Shrine; Sigma Chi, Sigma Delta Chi (jour-
nalistic); Alpha Phi Gamma (journalistic).
Religion: Baptist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis.

Bus. Address: 610 So. Main St., Los Angeles,
Calif, and 58 Sutter St., San Francisco,

LONG. The Reverend Ward Willis,

A.B., M.A., D.D.
Minister, First Presbyterian Church.
Born- Spencerville (Ohio), April 8, 1889;
s. of Eliza (Metzger) and John Frederick
Long (originally Lauge).

Education: Taylor Univ. (Upland, Ind.); As-
bury College (Wilmore, Ky.); Marion Normal
School (Ind.); Princeton Theological Sem-
inary and Princeton U. (New Jersey).
Degrees: A.B., Taylor U., 1915; M.A., Prince-
ton U., 1917; D.D. (honorary), Taylor U.,

Married: Evangeline, d. of A. L. Burlette,
at Woonsocket (Rhode Islanr') ; ch.: Lois
(19); Emelyse (15); Carolce (9); 5'jn, Earl-
dwin (11).

Prof Record: Student Minister. George St.
Baptist Church (Marion. Ind.), 1909-15: A.sst.
Minister, First Presbyterian Church (Akron,
Ohio) 1918-19; Minister, Forbes Presbyterian
Ch (Portland. Ore.V 1919-21; Minister, First
Presbyterian Ch. (Salem, Ore.), 1921-25; Min-
ister, First Presbyterian Ch. (Stockton,
Calif.), 1925—.

Directorships: Calif. Prison Assn.; Trustee,
Mt Hermon (Santa Cruz), Assn.; Bd. Mem-
ber Board of Church Extension, San Fran-
cisco Presbytery; Bd. Chairman, Filipino
Christian Center, Stockton; General Council,
Presbyterian Synod of Calif.; Pres., Prince-
ton Theological Seminary Alumni Assn. of
Northern Calif.

Army Service: Volunteer for Army Chaplain
service, 1917. Released Nov., 1918.
Memberships: Rotary International (Stock-
ton, Calif.).
Religion: Presbyterian .
Politics: Republican.



Rrrrcfitioim: I'Mshlii^ for sirlped bass and


lilts. Addrrsx: FA Dorado and Vino Sis.,

Stockton. Calir.

Home Aildrc.Hs: M'JH No. Center St.. Stock-
ton. Calif. •

LONG, Professor Wilbur Harry.

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

Professor of Philosophy, University of South-
ern California.

Born: Chicago (111.). Aug. 10, 1895; s. of
Laura Irene (Eisentraut) and Harry Wilbur

Education: Univ. of So. Calif.; Harvard.
Degrees: A.B., 1916, M.A.. 1921. Univ. of
So. Calif.; M.A., 1922, Ph.D.. 1927, Harvard.
Married Jeannette, d. of Wendell D. Rock-
wood, in Cambridge (Mass.), 1925; ch.:
Brian; Joan.

Prof. Record: Inst., Univ. of So. Calif., 1920-
21, Asst. Prof., 1924, Prof., 1939; Visiting
Prof., Nat. Univ. of Peking (China), 1930-
31; Research Prof., Calif. Coll. in China
(Peiping. China), 1930-31; Visiting Prof., Bos-
ton Univ. (summer), 19.37; Visiting Prof.,
Univ. of British Columbia (Vancouver), (sum-
mer), 1939.

Publications: Asst. Edit., The Personalist;
Contrib. Edit., Dictionary of Philosophy;
Contrib. Edit., Philosophic Abstracts; Author
of Motze. Philosopher of Universal Love,
Peiping, China (pub. by Calif. Coll. in China)
n.d.; Contemporary Idealism, Essay in Living
Schools of Philosophy, ed. by D. D. Runes,
1941 (pub. by Philosophic Abstracts, N.Y.);
articles on "Idealism." etc., 1941, "The Re-
ligious Philosophy of Bowne and James,"
1924. "Science. Piety, and Professor Edding-
ton," 1933. "The Recrudescence of Physis,"
1935, "Mr. Devi^ey's Faith Without Religion,"
1937, "La Fe Arreligiosa de John Dewey,"

Ar7ny Record: Service, Nov., 1917-Dec., 1918;
Inf., Sgt. in Sig. Corps, 1918; 2nd Lt. In Sig.
Corps Res., 1918-28.

Memberships: Phi "Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa
Phi, Pi EpsiJon Theta.
Religion: Liberal Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Tennis, golf.

Bus. Address: Univ. of Southern California,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 10328 Bannockburn Dr., Los
Angeles, Calif.

LONGLEY. Edward Roy

City Official; Chief of Plumbing Division,
Department of Building and Safety, City of
Los Angeles.

Born: Santa Rosa (Calif.), Aug. 17, 1873; s.
of Grace C. (McDevitt) and Abner H. Long-

Education: Los Angeles public schools; U. of
So. Calif.; Leland Stanford Jr. U. (Palo
Alto, Calif.).

Married: Mabel V., d. of Henry C. Walker,
at Los Angeles (Calif.), Sept. 17, 1897; ch :
Harold E.; Randolph A.; Harriet G.
Prof. Record: Left college in 1894 to teach
school. Entered partnership with father in
plumbing business. 1897. Appointed Asst.
Plumbing Inspector, City of Los Angeles,
1905; advanced to Asst. Chief, Plumbing Di-

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