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& Mountain Club ( Vice-Pres. ); Hawaiian
Bd. of Missions.

iJe/t<7io>i ; First Congregational Church.
Bus. Address: 155 Sansome St., San Francis-
co. Calif.

Home Address: "Acacia", 19.35 Yolo Ave..
Northbrac, Berkeley, Calif.

MACDONALD, Alexander. A.B., LL.B.

Lawyer; Senior Partner in the law firm of
Macdonald & Pettil.

Born: Louisville (Kentucky). Nov. 18, 1889;
s. of Julia Lee (Ale.xander) and Donald Mac-
Education: Univ. of Virginia.

Degrees: A.B., 1911, LL.B., 1913, Univ. of

Married: Aileen McCarthy Adams, d. of E.
Avery McCarthy, in Los Angeles (Calif.),
March 10. 1925; ch.: Julia Lee Ale.xander.
Prof. Record: Early in 1914, entered the law
office of O'Melveny, Stevens & Millikin, of
Los Angeles; opened office in connection with
the office of Alfred Wright. 1919; law part-
nerships with Harry J. Bauer, Alfred Wright,
1921; now senior partner, Macdonald & Pet-

Army Record: Offers. Training Camp. Pres.
of San Francisco. 1917; grad. with commn.
of Lt. of F.A.; early in 1918, promoted to
rank of Capt. of F.A.; served in U.S. and
France with 346th F.A.; Regimental Adj. at
time of discharge.

Memberships: Sigma Chi. Phi Delta Phi. Phi
Beta Kappa; Calif. Club; The Beach Club;
Stock Exchange Club; Pac. Union Club (San
Francisco); The Anglers' Club (New York).
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Trout fishing, golf, bird shoot-

Bus. Address: 621 So. Spring St.. Los An-
geles. Calif.

Home Address: 1390 Ridgeway, Pasadena,

MACDONALD, Augustin S(ylvester)

Industrial Developer.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), April 19. 1865;
s. of Catherine E. (Lydeard) and John Hugh

Education: Public schls.; Sacketts Coll.; pri-
vate tutors.

Married: Male. d. of Wilhelmina (Havemey-
er) and Dr. Joseph C. Tucker, in New York
City, Dec. 31, 1899; ch.: Mora Macdonald

Bus. Record: Engaged in development of
Calif, industries, mining, real estate, oil, elec-
tric energy and water; Founder and Dir.,
Oakland Chamber of Comm. ; Member, Rich-
mond and San Francisco Chamber of Comm.
Directorships: Richmond Wharf & Dock Co.;
Riverdale Alining Co. ; Van Ness Land Co. ;
Pamure Oil Co.

Publications: Little Literary Lights, Calif.
Poetry; many mag. articles on history, sci-
ence, art and commerce.

War Service: Vice-Pres., San Francisco Red
Cross during World War I.

MtmlirrHh^pn: i'.icilic Union: C'.illf. Ho<jk
Club; Etchers Club; Calif, Hist. .SfK-, ; .San
Francl.sco Art Assn. (LIfet; AInmedu Co.
HLst Soc. (Pres.); Calif. State A»«n.
(E.\-I'res.) ; orib of the Founders, Claremont
Country Club, et at.

Recreations: Collector "Callforniana", rare
etchings, writing, first Pres., Munic. Play-
grounds Oakland (Calif.); Founder and first
Pres., Boys Scouts, Oakland (Calif.); Out-
door life.

Home Address: 325 Vernon St., Oakland,
Calif, and "Sheltering Pines." Carmel. Calif.

MACDONALD. Professor Austin
Faulks. B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of Political Science. University of

Born: Philadelphia (Pa.), Jan. 21, 1898; s.
of Hattie (Faulks • and Daniel Macdonald.
Education: Germantown (Pa.) Academy;
Univ. of Pa.

Degrees: B.S., 1920, M.A., 1921, Ph.D., 192,3,
Univ. of Pa.

Married: Frances H. Wallace, in Philadelphia
(Pa.), Aug. 9, 1923.

Prof. Record: Instr. in Political Science. Univ.
of Pa.. 1923-26. Asst. Prof., 1926-30; Prof.,
Political Science, Univ. of Calif., since 1930;
Research Fellow. Social Science Research
Council. 1926-27; Simon N. Patten Fellow,
Amer. Acad, of Polit. and Social Science,

Publications: Federal Subsidies to the States,
1923; Federal Aid, 1928; American City Gov-
ernment and Adyyiinistration, 1929 (rev. edit.,
1936) ; Airport Problems of American Cities,
1930; Short Course in American City Gov-
ernment, 1931; Atnerican State Government
and Adyninist ration, 1934 (rev. edit.. 1940).
Me77iberships : Faculty; Skull and Keys(hon.).
Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

Home Address: 1504 LeRoy Ave., Berkeley,
Calif. •

MacDONALD. Jeanette

Actress. Concert Singer.

Born: Philadelphia (Pa.), June 18, 1907; d.

of Anna May (Wright) and Daniel MacDon-


Education: West Philadelphia High Sch. for

Girls; Julia Richman's Private Sch. (N.Y'.C.)

Married: Gene Ra\Tnond (Actor), Los Ange-

els (Calif.), June" 16, 1937.

Prof. Record: Before coming to Hollywood,
was starred in the following New Y'ork mu-
sical shows: The Magic Ring; Tip Toes; Yes,
Yes, Yvette; Sunny Days, and Angela; has
appeared in the following motion pictures:
The Love Parade; The Vagabond King; Lot-
tery Bride; Let's Go Native; Monte Carlo;
Oh, For a Man; Don't Bet on Women; Anna-
belle's Affairs; One Hour With You; Love
Me Tonight; The Cat and the Fiddle; The
Merry Widoiv; Naughty Marietta; Rose Ma-
rie; San Francisco; Maytime; The Firefly;
Girl of the Golden West; Sweethearts; Broad-
way Serenade; The New Moon; Bittersweet;
Smilin' Thru. Interspersed screen w-ork with
concert tours in Europe, 1931 and 1933, U.S.
tours, 1939-40-41.
Religion : Presbyterian.
Bus. Address: 6607 Sunset Blvd., Holl.\-\vood,




MacDONALD. William Townley, E.M.
Metallurgical and Mining Engineer.
Born- Danbury (Red Willow County, Nebr.1;
s. of Amanda Catherine (Roads) and Sam-
uel Franklin MacDonald.

Education: Public schools. Denver (Colo.);
Business Coll. and Columbia Univ., NewYork

Degrees: E.M., School of Mines, (3jlumbia
Univ., 1909.

Married: Madge Virginia, d. of Madge (Play-
er) and Edgar Moss Janney, m Salt Lake
City (Utah), Sept. 1909; ch.: Virginia M.,
William J., Donald J., Kenneth J.
Prof Record: Chief Chemist and Metallurgi-
cal Engr., then Asst. Supt. of Magna Plant,
Utah Copper Co. (Garfleid, Utah), 1909-11;
Asst. Supt., then Supt. of Mills, Chino (Cop-
per Co. (Hurley, New Mex.), Sept 1911-1915;
Asst Supt. of Mills, Ray Consolidated Cop-
per Co (Hayden, Ariz.), then Supt. of same,
from early 1915-1921; Mill Supt. Moctezuma
Copper Co. (Nacozari, Sonora, Mexico) 1921-
29- with Internat. Nickel Co. of Canada (Cop-
per Cliff, Ontario, Canada) as Mill Supt.,
1929-37; in private practice since 1937; var-
ious mining and metallurgical examinations,
investigations, and reports; inventor and co-
inventor, several metallurgical appliances and
processes, Canadian Inst, of Mining and Met-

Publications: Various articles on metallurgi-
cal subjects in technical magazines.
Meinberships: Beta Theta Pi (Chapt. Pres.)
Tau Beta Pi, Hon. Engrg. Coll. Frat. (Chapt.
Pres ) • Adventurers' Club (Los Angeles) ; La
Jolla Country Club (Calif.) ; Mason, Shriner,
Past Grand Master of Masons in Ariz.; Amer.
Inst, of Mining and Metallurgical Engrs.;
Mining and Metallurgical Soc. of Amer.
Religion: Protestant.

Recreations: Traveling, photography (largelj-
movies) .

Bus. Address: Box 649, La Jolla, Calif.
Home Address: 7329 Country Club Dr., La
Jolla, Calif.

MacDONNEIL, Patrick

Fig Rancher; Secretary-Manager, Gardena
Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Born: Dublin (Ireland), Mar. 17, 1879; s. of
Mary Bridget (O'Neil) and Michael Daniel

Education: Received no schooling as child;
acquireo education equal to high school grad-
uation through person application and a Pas-
tor's direction.

Married: Iva F., d. of K.E. Park in Yuma
(Arizona), 1929; ch.: Stanley Alfred and Ar-
nold Patrick (by former marriage).
Bus Record: Apprenticed as machinist in Can-
adian Pacific Railroad Co., (Winnipeg, Can-
ada) Acquired machinist's trade and work-
ed as machinist tool maker throughout Can-
ada and Alaska and migrated to Calif., 191».
Worked as machinist and shop foreman for
Herman C. Smith Tool Co. Retired from me-
chanical trade and entered the staff of the
Business District Development Co. (realtor
operators in Los Angeles, Calif.). Acquired
license as Real Estate Broker, 1924. Estab-
lished own business as "See Mac Realty Co.
operating chiefly in the Culver City, Marvis-
ta, and Venice districts. While engaged in
that buisness became Secy, of Culver City
Realty Board serving one year, and Pres.

of Culver City Realty Board, serving two
years. Was appointed Chmn. of Culver City
Planning Commission, also Mem., the Parks,
Playgrounds, and Recreation Commission. En-
tered the appraisal field and conducted his
own business in Los Angeles as Real Estate
and Structural Appraiser. During this period
he studied law, retired from active business
in 1934 to take up agriculture and purchased
interest in fig ranch in Gardena (Calif.). Was
elected Secy. (1927), of the Lions Club of
Gardena; is now Secy, and Manager of the
Gardena Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Directorships: Pres., Gardena Valley Lions
Club, Inc. and Secy. -Manager, Gardena Val-
ley Chamber of Commerce.
Memberships: Lions Club and Chamber of

Religion: Christian Science.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Bowling and fishing.
Bus. Address: 16420 So. Vermont Ave., Gar-
dena, Calif.

Home Address: 3507 Cherry St., Gardena,

MacDOUGAL, Daniel Trembly,

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

Botanical Research (retired).
Born: Liberty (Ind.), Mar. 16, 1865; s of
Amanda (Showalter) and Alexander Mac-

Education: High School, Liberty (Ind.); De
Pauw U.

Degrees: B.S., 1890, M.A., 1893, LL.D^ 1910,
DePauw U.; M.S., 1891, Ph.D., 1897, Purdue
U.; LL.D., U. of Ariz., 1916.
Married: Louise Fisher, in Cincinnati (Ohio),

Prof. Record: Instr., Purdue U., 1890-93, U.
of Minn., 1893-99; Dir. of Laboratories, New
York Bot. Garden, 1899-1906; Dir. Dept.
Bot. Res., Carnegie Inst, of Wash., 1906-33.
Directorships: Mem., Bd of Mgrs., New York
Bot. Garden.

Publications: The Green Leaf ( Century- Ap-
pleton (NY); Tree Growth, Chronica Botan-
ica (Leiden, Holland and Waltham, Mass.);
Text Book of Plant Physiology, and several
hundred scientific contributions.
Memberships: Century (N.Y.C.) and Old Pu-
eblo (Tucson, Ariz.) Clubs.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Horseback riding and camping.
Home Address: R.F.D. 170, Carmel, Calif.

MACFARLAND, Eleanor Banning

(Deceased, July 27, 1940).

Civic Worker.

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), June 6, 1893; d.
of Anne Ophelia (Smith) and Hancock Ban-

Education: Univ. of Calif, 1915.
Married: John C. Macfarland, in Los Ange-
les, June 6, 1917; ch.: Anne Macfarland
Brown, Marion, and Donald.
Prof. Record: Delegate to Democratic Nat.
Convention, 1936.

Directorships: Regent, U. of Calif.; Advisory
Com, Farm Administration Bur.; Mem.,
Citizens Relief Commission of Los Angeles
Memberships: Kappa Alpha Theta; Women's



Alhletlc (Los Angclos) anil Town ( I'usadena)

Kcligion: Episcopal.
Politics: Dennocrat.

Home Address: ll.'iO Garfield Ave., So. Pasa-
dena, Calif.

MacFARLAND, Professor Frank Mace,

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

Professor of Histology Emeritus, Stanford

Born: Centralia (111.), June 10, 1869; s. of
Elizabeth (Mace) and Dr. Parker Moore Mac-

Education: DePauw U.; Stanford U.; U. of
WUrzburg (Germany) ; U. of ZUrlch (Switz-

Degrees: Ph.B.. DePauw U., 1889; M.A..
Stanford U., 1893; Ph.D., U. of WUrzburg,

Married: Olive Knowles, d. of Eliza A. and
Henry Clay Hornbroolc, in Cambridge (Ohio),
Aug. 27, 1902.

Prof. Record: Prof, of Biology and CJeology,
Olivet Coll.. 1889-1892; Instr., Histology.
Stanford U.. 1892-94. Asst. Prof., 1894-97,
Asso. Prof., 1897-1909, Prof., 1909-34, Prof.
Emeritus since 1934, Stanford U.; Pres.,
Calif. Academy of Sciences since 1934.
Publications: Numerous papers on zoological
and histological subjects in technical journals.
Memberships: Delta Kappa Epsilon; Sigma
Xi; Phi Beta Kappa.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Calif. Academy of Sciences,
CJolden Gate Parle, San Francisco, Calif.
Home Address: 775 Santa Ynez St., Stanford
University, Calif. •

MacFARLANE, Kathryn Jean


Born: Tehachapi (Calif.), 1904; d. of Anne
Agnes (Green) and Peter James MacFarlane
Education: Manual Arts High School; Univ.
of Calif, at Los Angeles; Library School of
Univ. of So. Calif.

Married: Robert Russell, s. of Walter Philip
Thompson, Sr., in Honolulu (T.H.), 1929.
Prof. Record: Novel: Divide the Desolation
(Simon & Schuster) 1936, (Harap, London)
1937; Poetry: / Live Upon an Island (Tongg
Pub. Co., Honolulu T.H.).
Recreations: Dancing, fishing and reading.
Home Address: Bo.x 66, 22nd St. Station, St.
Petersburg. Florida, and Lanikai (Oahu),
Territory of Hawaii.

MacGINITIE, Professor George Eber,

A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor of Biology. California
Institute of Technology, and Director, Kerck-
hoff Marine Laboratory .

Born: Sparta (Nebraska), Apr. 5, 1889; s.
of Laura Ella (McElhaney) and John Mau-
rice MacGinitie.

Education: Grammar and High School at
Lynch (Nebraska), Fresno State College,
Stanford Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Fresno State College, 1925;
M.A., Stanford Univ., 1928.
Married: Nettie, d. of Katharine (Kurz)
and Lindley Byron Murray in Fresno (Clalif.),
Feb. 19, 1927; ch.: Walter Harold.

l'r»/. Kcniril: K.iilroad TcIcgra|j|nT, HXM-07;
Wireless Operator, U.S.N., 1!K)7-11: U. S.
Coast Guard, three yrs.; U. S. Lighthouse
Service, three yrs.; Yard Foreman and Har-
bor Master, Brookings Timber and Lumber
Co. (Oregon), two yrs.; Asst. Supt., Golden
Eagle Mining and Development Co. (Calif.),
one yr. ; Instr. In Biology, Fresno State
College, 1925-28; Instr. In Zoology, Hopkins
Marine Station of Stanford Univ., 1928-29.
Asst. Prof, of Zoology, 1929-.12; Prof,
of Biology, Calif. Inst, of Technology, and
Dir., Kerckhoff Marine Laboratory, 1932 — .
Directorships: Dir. of Kerckhoff Marine Lab-
oratory, Calif. Inst, of Technology.
Publications: Has written numerous articles
on marine life which have been published
in various marine and scientific publications.

Navy Record: Wireless Operator, U. S. N.,

Memberships: Sigma Xi; Amer. Assn. for
the Advancement of Science; Western Soc.
of Naturalists (Past Pres.); Pacific Coast
Oceanographic Soc.
Religion: Protestant.

Recreations: Hunting, fishing and photog-

Bus. Address: Kerckhoff Marine Laboratory,
Corona Del Mar, Calif.

Home Address: 312 Heliotrope St., Corona
Del Mar, Calif. •



Born: Perrysburg (Ohio), Dec. 10, 1858; d.
of Malvin (Johnson) and Colonel John En-
cill MacCiowan.

Education: Public schools of Chattanooga,
and privately.

Prof. Record: In search of literary material
(18901, rode alone through Black Mountain
region from Roan Mountain (N.C.) to home
in Chattanooga (Tenn.), 1,000 miles in eight

Publications: The Last Word, 1902; (with
Grace MacGowan Cooke) Return, 1905; Hul-
dah, 1905; Judith of the Cumberlands, 1908;
The Wiving of Lance Cleaverage, 1909; The
Sword in the Mountains, 1910; The Straight
Road, 1917; Wild Apples, 1918; The Trail of
the Little Wagon. 1928; (the last three with
Grace MacCiowan Cooke) ; The Million Dollar
Suitcase, 1921; The Mystery Woman, 1924;
Shaken Down, 1925; The Seventh Passenger,
1926; Who Is This Man? 1927 (all with
Perry Newberry).

Home Address: 20 Cypress Ave., Los Gatos,
Calif. •

Mac-GURRIN. Buckley, A.B.

Artist; Muralist; Sculptor.
Born: Kalamazoo (Mich.), 1896; s. of Mar-
guerite (Buckley) and Charles H. McGurrin.
Education: Santa Clara (prep.); Univ. of
Calif. ; Academie Colorossi (Paris) .
Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif.

Married: Therese Thomassin (Nodding, d. of
Mme. and Mons. Lucien Thomassin, in Paris
(France), Apr. 28, 1924.

Prof. Record: Designer, Famous-Players
Lasky (Holl>'\vood), 1922; studying, paint-
ing, exhibiting in Paris, 1922-23; 23 murals
in U. S. and France; Designer, Paramount
Pictures, 1934; Supv., Federal Art Project,
Los Angeles and Santa Barbara Cos., 1937;



Art Critic, Rob Wagner's Script (Beverly
Hills ». since 1935; many exhibits in Paris
and U S.: represented in French Nat. Col-
lections, 1926; now specializing in true fres-
co and religious art.

Army Service: Active duty, USNRF, May,
1917-Sept , 1919; Enisgn USNRF, nine mos.
Exec Officer, USSC 279; nine months Com-
manding Officer, USSC 279 and other sub
chasers, Central Amer. and Caribbean.
Awards: Allied Victory Medal.
Memberships: Phi Sigma Kappa.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: 559 W. Mission Dr., San Gab-
riel, Calif.; Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, Am-
bassador Hotel, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 1440 No. Elrovia Ave., El
Monte, Calif.

MACKAY. Donald


Born: Marlette (Mich.), Apr. 4, 1892; s. of
Mira (Davis) and Wm. M. MacKay.
Education: Univ. of So. Calif. (Law).
Married: Nell, d. of C. W. Robinson, in Dal-
las (Tex.), July 29, 1933; ch.: Alan Donald
and Jean H.

Prof Record: Entered District Attorney's
Office, Deputy Disirict Attorney, Jan. 8,
1924- held various positions in many differ-
ent depts. of the office, was appointed Chief
Trial Deputy; resigned from District Attor-
ney's Office, Dec, 1929; engaged in private
law practice in Los Angeles since then, spe-
cializing in criminal trial practice.
Navy Service: Graduated from navigation
sch. and entered service as sailor in Mer-
chant Marine; served during period of World
War I.

Memberships: Al Malaikah, Shrine; Elks;

Religion: Methodist Episcopal.
Recreations: Yachting, fishing, hunting, and

Bus. Address: 417 So. Hill St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 1916 No. Hoover, Los An-
geles, Calif.

MACKAY. Professor Donald Sage,

A.B., Ph.D., D.S.C.

Professor of Philosophy, University of Cali-
fornia, Berkeley.

Born: St. Albans (Vt.), Sept. 8, 1892; s. of
Helen L. (Smith) and Donald Sage Mackay.
Education: Williams Coll.; Union Theological
Seminary; Columbia Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Williams Coll., 1914; Ph.D.,
Columbia Univ., 1924.

Married: Helen, d. of Grace (Hackett) and
Alden Augustus Thorndike, in Braintree
(Mass.), Sept. 15, 1898; ch.: Donald S., Jr.,
Alden Thorndike, Helen, and Elizabeth Ann.
Prof Record: Lecturer in Philosophy, Colum-
bia U 1916-17, 1919-21 ; Instr. in Philosophy,
U. of" Calif. (Los Angeles), 1921-24; Asst.
Prof 1924-27, Assoc. Prof., U. of Calif.
(Berkeley), 1928-38, Prof., since 1938.
Publications: Mind in the Parmenides (Clyde
Brown Los Angeles), 1924; Knowledge and
Society, Co-Author (Appleton-Century, New
York), 1938.
Army Service: First Lieut., 168th Inf., 42nd

Division, A.E.F.,, 1918-19; wounded, Sergy
(France), July 30, 1918.

Awards: Croix de Guerre (Gold Star); D.S.C.
Me^nberships: Psi Upsilon; Faculty; Diablo
Country; Andiron (N.Y.); and Commonwealth
Clubs; Amer. Legion, Post 7; Veterans of
Foreign Wars, Post 703; Amer. Philosophical
Assn., Pacific Branch; Amer. Assn. for Ad-
vancement of Science.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

Home Address: 26 Tunnel Rd., Berkeley,
Calif.; Blue Hill, Maine.

MacKAY, Jr., Lieut. Commdr. Henry
Squarebriggs, D.-V(s), U.S.N.R.

Lawyer; Partner, Flint and MacKay; Vice-
President, Hearst Publications, Incorporated.
Born: Longwood (Mass.), Oct. 17, 1891; s.
of Robena M. and Henry Squarebriggs Mac-

Education: Harvard Mil. Sch. (Los Angeles);
St. Paul's Sch. (L.I., N.Y.); University Sch.
(San Francisco); Los Angeles High Sch.; U.
of Va., 1909-14 (Pres., Ath. Assn., 1913-14).
Married: Katharine P., d. of U.S. Senator
Frank P. Flint, in Los Angeles (Calif.), Oct.
6, 1914; ch.: Sandy.

Prof Record: With law firm, Flint & Jutten
(Los Angeles), 1914-15, Partner, 1915-20;
Partner in firm Flint & MacKay, since 1920;
Trustee, La Cafiada Sch. Dist., 1915; Dir.,
All Year Club of So. Calif., 1931; Mem.,
Calif Delegation to Democratic Natl. Con-
vention, 1932; Dir., Tenth Olympiad Comm.
of Games of Los Angeles, U.S.A., 1932;
Chmn., Advisory Comm., R.F.C., on Earth-
quake Rehabilitation Loans, 1933; Chmn.,
NRA activities for Los Angeles Co., 1933;
Mem , Citizens Comm. of Los Angeles Co.
Welfare, 1933; Dir., Fish and Game Develop-
ment Assn., 1933-35; Dir.. Los Angeles Cham-
ber of Commerce, 1934-38; Chmn., CWA
Wage Scale Bd., 1934; Chmn., Bus. Advisory
Counsel of Los Angeles, 1934; Gen. Chmn.,
Los Angeles Better Housing Campaign, 1934-
35- Chmn., Americanization Comm. of Los
Angeles Chamber of Comm., 1934-35; Chmn.,
Advisory Comm. to R.F.C. on Earthquake
and Flood Relief, 1934-35; Mem., Gov. Mer-
riam's Citizens Unified Highway Comm.,
1935-36; Dir., Automobile Club of So. Calif.,
1935-41- Chmn. of Recovery Coordinating
Comm. of Los Angeles Co., 1935; Mem., Gov-
ernor's Com. on Taxation, 1936-38.
Directorships: Pres. and Dir., Valley Water
Co (La Canada); Vice-Pres., Hearst Sum-
cal Land and Packing Corp. (Los Angeles);
Pres., La Cafiada Chamber of Commerce,
Pasadena Progressive Democratic Club, and
Crescenta-Caiiada Democratic Club; Dir., Pa-
cific Mutual Life Ins. Co., since July 23,

Army Service: Second Lieut., U.S. Inf. Res.
(Machine Gun Sec), 1918; Lieut. Commander
D.-V(s), U.S.N.R.

Memberships: Navy League; Pasadena Post
No 13, Amer. Legion; California (Los An-
geles), Flintridge Country (Pasadena), Tuna
(Catalina Island), Newport Harbor Yacht
(Balboa), and Stock Exchange (Los Angeles)
Clubs; 32° Mason, Shriner; Phi Delta Theta,
TNE, Phi Delta Phi.

Religion: Episcopal.



I'Dlititu: DcmDCiiil .

Bus. Address: VZV2 Uowan IJldR., I,<)S An-
geles, Cnllf.

Ho7ne Address: R.F.D. 1, Box 2.T!-K, Santa
Ana, Calir. '

MACKAY. John Victor. B.Arch.

Aicliili'cl : Sii|)er\ isiiiK Art Director. Ropubllr
Stuitios, Inc.

Bnni: Adelaide (Australia). July 13, 1897;
s. of Mary A. G. (Taylor) and John Mackay
(b. in Mass.).

Edurntion: S. A. Soil, of Mines: Univ. of

Degrees: B.Arch., II. of Adelaide.
Married: Tania Karel, d. of Mildred (GuUi-
I'er) and Benjamin Warder Buxton, in Lan-
sing (Mich.).

Prof. Record: Engaged in architectural and
engineering prof, in Australia before com-
ing to Amer., 1921: Certified Architect in
State of Calif.: engaged in the practice of
arch., 1921-25: entered Paramount Studios,
1925, and since that date engaged as Art
Dir. in various motion picture studios, in-
cluding Paramount. Fox. Metropilitan, United
Artists, Howard Hughes. RKO. and Republic;
is now Supervising Art Dir., Republic Stu-
dios, Inc.

Memberships: Acad, of Motion Picture Arts
and Sciences.

Recreations: Art. philosophy, and music.
Bus. Address: Republic Studios. Inc., 4024
Radford Ave., North Hollywood, Calif.
Home Address: 5101 Strohm Ave., North
Hollywood. Calif. *

MACKEOWN, Lieutenant Commander
S(amuel) Stuart, U.S.N.R.,A.B., Ph.D.

Electrical Engineer: Associate Professor of
Electrical Engineering, California Institute
of Technology.

Born: New York City, Dec. 3. 1895: s. of
Doris (Chancellor) and Joseph J. Mackeovvn.
Edtication: Cornell Univ.

Degrees: A.B., 1917, Ph.D.. 1923, Cornell U.
Married: Little, d. of John C. Uhrlaub, in
Rochester (N.Y.), March 21, 1918; ch.: Little
(Mrs. William D. Lewis).
Prof. Record: Laboratorv Asst., Bur. of
Standards, 1917; Asst. Physicist, Bur. of
Standards, 1919: Res. Engr.. Western Elec-
tric Co., 1919-20: Instr. in Phvsics. Cornell
U., 1920-23: Natl. Res. Fellow. 1923-26: Asst.
Prof, of Electrical Engineering, Calif. Inst,
of Tech., 1926-31; Assoc. Prof., since 1931.
Arm}/ Service: Second Lieut., Signal Corps
(radio development section), 1918-19: Lieut.
Commander, U.S. Naval Res., since 1936.
Memberships: Valley Hunt and University
Clubs; Sigma Xi: Tau Beta Pi.
Religion : Presbyterian
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Tennis, badminton, and bridge.
Bus. Address: California Inst, of TechnoIog>',
Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 1240 Arden Rd., Pasadena,

MACLENNAN. Francis William,

E.E., M.E., LL.D.

Mining Engineer: General Manager, Vice-
President and Consulting Engineer, Miami
(Ariz.) Copper Company.

Horn: Cornwall ((Jnt., Can.i, (J( t. M, 1K7(;;
s. of Elizabeth M. (Cllnei and Donald B.

Education: McGIII Univ. (Montreal); Llcgc
Univ. (Belgium), 1898-99.

Dcnree: E.E., 1898. M.E., 1900. LL.D., 19.31.
McGill Univ.

Married: Alta May Caick, of Lawrence
(Kan.), Aug. 7. 1919.

Prof. Record: Engineer and Assayer. various
mines in British Columbia. 1900-03; later con-
nected with mines in Oregon, Utah and Nev-
ada: General ,Supt. of Mines. Cerro de Pasco
Copper Co., Peru, 1907-10; Examinations and
Reports on Minos, United States, Canada,
and So. America, 1910-13; with Miami (Ariz.)

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