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Bus. Address: Columbia Pictures Corp., Holly-
wood, Calif.

Home Address: 447 Loring Ave., Los Angeles,

MARKS. Emerson J., LL.B.

Justice, Fourth District Court of Appeal.
Born: New York, Nov. 30, 1876; s. of Martha
(Hawley) and Frederick A. Marks.
Education: Santa Ana Public and High Schs.;
Hastings College of the Law (Univ. of Calif.)
Degrees: LL.B., Univ. of Calif., 1899.
Married: Odelle, d. of Ora (Gibson) and Wm.
Evans, at Los Angeles, Sept. 29, 1908; ch.:

Prof. Record: Practiced law continuously,
1899 to 1925 (except time spent in U.S.
Army). Judge Superior Court, Orange Co.
(Calif.), July 2, 1925, to Sept. 13, 1929.
Justice, Fourth District Court of Appeal
(Fresno, San Diego, and San Bernardino),
Sept. 13, 1929 to date.

Army Service: Student, second officers' train-
ing camp, Presidio of San Francisco, Aug. 23
to Nov. 27, 1917. Commissioned Capt., Inf.,
N.A., Nov. 27, 1917. Served with 44th Inf. to
Sept. 6, 1918 (Camp Lewis, Wash). Attached,
Gen. Staff Corps (Washington, D.C.), Sept.
6 to Dec. 22, 1918. Assigned, Gen. Staff
Corps Dec. 22, 1918, to May 5, 1919. Com-
missioned Major, Inf., U.S.A., Sept., 1918
Discharged May 5, 1919. Thereafter served
ten yrs. as Major, Officers Reserve Corps,
Inf. section.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Fourth Dist. Court of Appeal,
Fresno, San Diego, or San Bernardino, Calif.
Home Address: 908 No. Bristol St., Santa
Ana, Calif.

MARMADUKE. James Morgan

Owner and Publisher, Gilroy Evening Dis-
patch, and Gilroy Advocate.
Born: Kansas City (Mo.), Dec. 14, 1912; s.
of Mary (Repp) and J. Morgan Marmaduke.
Education: Central Mo. State Teachers Coll.;
Oklahoma City Univ.; Oklahoma City Sch. of

Married: Virginia Susan, d. of Susan (Pamp-
lin) and Rufus M. Brown, at St. Louis (Mo.),
Sept. 25, 1933.



Hus. Kccoid: Adv., (Oklahoma A/n/).-), St. Loula
Post DxHvatch. Omaha Wurld-lIrmUl: Adv.
and Asst. to Mkiv, Sacranienlo lu-e. Pur-
chased the (;ilr()y MviMiing IHniiatch and
formed the (illioy I'ubli.shlnu; Co., toRethcr
with Anderson Browne on Ai)rll .'i, VXV.) (has
been known as one of the most Indenendenl
small papers on the west coast).
Directorships: Dlr., Gilroy Gymkhana Assn.
Memberships: H.F.O.E. Ux\ixe No. 15()7; Gil-
roy Klwanls (Board of Dlrs.). Chamber of
Comm.; Santa Clara Co. Publrs. Assn.; Calif.
Newspaper Publrs. Assn. ; Sigma Tau Gamma.
Religioti: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Boating, fishing (has own boat,
■^im-Jac, at Santa Cruz).
Bus. Address: Gilrov Evening Dispatch, 26
So. Monterey St., Gilroy, Calif.

JTome Address: 284 No. Carmel St., Gilroy,

MARMUR. Jacland


Born: Sosnowiec (Poland), Feb. 14, 1901; s.

of Gitlia (Rekhnltz) and Max Marmur.

Education: Public schools, Brooklyn (New


Married: Vernita Alyce, d. of Sarah A.
(Webster) and John G. Pellow, at Fairfield
(Calif.), March 28, 1921.

Prof. Record: Immigrated with family to
United States In 1903; became citizen through
father's naturalization in 1908. Came to San
Francisco, 1918; followed the sea profes-
sionally for appro.ximately 8 years; settled
in Larkspur (Calif.), 1929, to devote entire
time to writing (early work having been
started at sea) ; Author of many shbrt stories
and books since 1927. Contributor to: Post
Stories of 1937, Post Stories of 19^0 (Satur-
day Evening Post yearly book of short stories
— Anthology) ; Colliers; Saturday Evening
Post; Country Gentleman; and many others,
including English magazines. Work has
been translated into French, Scandinavian,
etc. Books include (in America) : Ecola,
1928, Wind Driven, 1932, Three Went Armed,
1933, new novel The Sea and the Shore sche-
duled for publication Oct., 1941; (in Eng-
land) : Wind Driven, 1930, The Golden Medal-
lion, 1934.

Memberships: International P.E.N. Club (San
Francisco Chapter) ; Authors League of Am-

Bus. Address: c/o Sydney A. Sanders, 522
Fifth Ave., New York City.
Home Address: Larkspur, Calif.


Poet, Writer, Teacher.

Born: Westminster (Calif.); d. of Neeta Jane

(Haile) and John Fenelon Marquis.

Education: Los Angeles High School; U. of
California, Extension Div.
Prof. Record: Special contributor to Los An-
geles Ti7nes in earliest part of writing car-
eer; feature material, verse and fiction in
McClure, Munsey, New Fiction publications,
Westways, International Studio; Life; Smart
Set; etc. Represented in anthologies of
California poetry edited by George Sterling,
Edwin Markham, and by the Poetry Society
of So. Calif. ; also in Poets of the World
(London). Author of Appollonio, a Study in
Bronze and Dust, the book of the Early

Callfoinla opera, Lo.s liubtoH; Imtnanual and
the Fifty Yearn (a of chuch history
^n Las Anjjelcs) ; much material
relating to the .Southwest. At pre.senl In-
structor In .Short Story and Verse Writing In
Adult High .Schools, Los Angeles and Holly-
wood (Calif.).

Memberships: Pacific Coast Browning Foun-
dation; Markham Chapter of Poetry Society
of London (England); Los Angeles Opera
and Fine Arts Club; Pacific Geographic .Soc;
Nat. Education Assn.; Poetry Soc. of So.

Religion: Presbyterian (Huguenot ancestry).

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Music and the open road.

Home Address: 1224 Elden Ave., Los Angeles

MARSH. Charles Howard, F.A.G.O.

Organist, Composer, Pianist, Teacher.
Born: Magnolia (Iowa), 1885; s. of Esther
(Kebby) and Rev. George Marsh.

Education: Pittsburgh High School (Pa.);
privately tutored, Conservatoire Americain,
and Ecole Des Beaux Arts, Fontainebleau

Married: Laura Lee, d. of Judge H. Brax-
ton Griffin; ch.: Charles H., Jr., Mary Jean,
Ulad Allen.

Prof. Record: Won wide renown as CV)mposer
of Music, Poet, and Painter. Studied under
some of the world's greatest teachers, having
been a pupil of: A.J. Goodrich (harmony and
harmonic analysis. New York) ; Walter E.
Hall (organ, Pittsburgh) ; C. M. Widor (or-
gain, Paris, France) ; I. Philipp (piano, Paris,
France) ; Camiile Decreus (accompanying,
Paris) : Marcel Dupre (organ and improvisa-
tion); Nadia Boula.nger (composition and or-
chestration); Guy Rose (Pasadena); Clarence
Hinkle (Los Angeles) ; W. V. Cahill (Los An-
geles) ; Gorguet and Despujols (painting,
Paris). Teacher of Music, Bible Inst., Los
Angeles, 1915-19; Prof, of Organ, Piano and
Theory, U. of Redlands (Calif.), 1919-26; two
years study in Paris, 1926-28; Teacher of
English, "The Elms" (Bovs School), St.
Cloud (France), 1927-28; Pres., European
School of Music, Fort Wayne (Ind.), 1928-32;
Head of Organ and Thetory Depts., Orlando
College of Music (Fla.), also Organist, U. of
Florida (Gainesville), 1932-35; Dist. Super-
visor and Musical Dir., Federal Music Project,
San Diego (Calif.), 1935-40; Organist, St.
James-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, La Jolla
(Calif.), since 1936; Teacher of Organ, Piano
and Theory, San Diego, since 1940.

Publications: Art songs (pub. by Schirmer) :
Wood Song, and Three Hills, 1922. The Urn,
and Enough, 1924, By Your Twilight Window,
1929. Waiting (pub. John Church), Art Thou
Weary (pub. H. W. Gray), 1925. For organ:
Four Japanese color prints (.The Bow Moon;
The Monkey Bridge; Evening Snow at Fuji-
kawa; Young Girl in the Wind); Scherzo,
"Fete de Fees," 1924. Part Songs for mixed
and women's voices) : Sweet o' the Year.
The Night has a Thousand Eyes (pub. by
H. W. Gray Co.), Crossing the Bar (Harold
Flammer), Nirvana (Flammer), 1941; Hark,
Hark My Soul, (Schmidt), Arise, Shine,
Ride On, Benedictus Es, 1941 (all pub. Lor-
ez) ; Lo It Is I, We Have a Strong City (both
published Lorenz), 1940. Many poems pub-
lished in: Christian Science Monitor, Literary
Digest, Poetry World, Japm, Contemporary



Verse, Versecraft, L'Alouette, Lantern, Peg-
asus, ' Lyric West, and numerous anthologies.
Religion: Episcopal.
Recreations: Tennis, badminton.
Home Address: 4380 Valle Vista, San Diego,

MARSH. Dean Herbert Eugene.

B.S., M.A.

Academic Dean, and Head of Department of
Physics, U. of Redlands.

Born: Hillsdale (Mich.), July 25, 1874; s. of
Sarah Ann (Way) and Eugene B. Marsh.
Education: Public schls., Hillsdale (Mich.);
Michigan State Coll.; U. of Calif.
Degrees: B.S., Michigan State Coll., 1908;
M.A., U. of Calif., 1925.

Married: Elsie, d. of Susan and Myron Wood,
at Hillsdale, Oct. 25, 1899; ch.: Mrs. Dons
Gertrude Murdock (Redlands, Calif.).
Prof Record: College teaching experience in
the department of physics and of civil en-
gineering at Michigan State College for four
years, and at the U. of Redlands for twen-
ty-seven years.

Publications: The Theory of the Radiometer
(Journal of the Optical Society of Amer.),

Member-ships: Lieut. Clov., Kiwanis Club (Div.
6, Calif. -Nev. Dist., Past Pres.).
Religion: Baptist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations : Gardening.

Bus. Address: Univ. of Redlands. Redlands,

Home Address: 940 Campus Ave., Redlands,

MARSH, Lucile Crews. Mus.B.

Composer- Writer.

Born: Pueblo (Colo.), Aug. 23, 1888; d. of
Lee Ida (McMurtie) and Charles W. Crews.
Education: Danna Hall School; New England
Conservatory; Berlin (Germany), 1910-14.
Degrees: Mus.B., U. of Redlands, 1920.
Married: Charles H. Marsh, at Pueblo, 1915
(divorced 1930).

Prof. Record: Received 1926 Pulitzer Travel-
ling Scholarship for tone poem To The Un-
Knovon Soldier, which was performed that
summer in Hollywood Bowl; the same year
received 1st prize for one-act opera offered
by Calif. Federation of Music Clubs; also
additional 1st prizes from Festival of Allied
Arts for chamber music and from Federation
of Women's Clubs for one-act play. Other
compositions include three opera miniatures,
one of which was performed in 1935 over
Blue Networi<, National Broadcasting Com-
pany (NBC), from New York City.
Publications: Songs and piano pieces.
Memberships: Honorary Member, Contempo-
rary Club (Redlands, Calif.), and Wednesday
Morning Club (Pueblo) ; Sigma Alpha Iota
(Nat. Prof. Music Sorority) ; Pi Kappa Lam-
da (Hon. Nat. Music Fraternity).
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Writing plays and acting.
Home Address: 108 W. Fern Ave., Redlands,

MARSHALL. Delmel B.. A.B., M.A.

Principal of Davis Joint Union High School
and Davis Joint Elementary School.
Born: North Madison (Ind.), July 29, 1902;
s. of Nellie (Ogden) and Melson C. Marshall.
Education: Colfax High School (Ind.); U. of
California (Berkeley).

Degrees: A.B., 1924, M.A., 1930, U. of Calif.
Married: Avanell, d. of Charles A. Dukes,
at Clarks Hill (Ind.K July 4, 1926; ch.:
Charles Robert, Donald Dukes, Elaine Avan-

Prof. Record: Began as Teacher in Davis
High School, Aug., 1925, and has been con-
tinually connected in the one school system
since that time; became Vice-Principal, 1933;
Principal of both High School and Joint Ele-
mentary School, 1940 — .

Memberships: Phi Mu Delta (social); Phi
Delta Kappa (professional educational) ; Uni-
versity Faculty Club (Davis, Calif.); Rotary
Club (Davis) ; Calif. Teachers Assn. ; National
Education Assn.

Religion: Davis Community Church (affiliated
with Presbyterian Ch., U.S.A.)
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Official in No. California high
school football and basketball games; home

Bus. Address: Davis Joint Union High School,
Davis, Calif.

Home Address: 334 University Ave., Davis,
Calif. •

MARSHALL. Professor John Albert.

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

Professor of Dental Pathology and Biochem-
istry, Medical Center, U. of California.
Born: Chicago (111.), Aug. 30, 1884; s. of
Belle (Carter) and John Sayre Marshall.
Education: Univ. of California.
Degrees: B.S., 1907, M.S., 1915, D.D.S., 1916,
Ph.D., 1917, U. of Calif.

Married: (1) Hazel Knowles, 1907; (2) Irene
Byram Kueckler, 1932 ; ch. : Jack, Muriel Mc-
Murtry, Shirley Burns.

Prof. Record: For many years engaged in
research on chemical, dental, and pathologi-
cal subiects both from clinical and labora-
tory aspects; publisher of numerous research
papers. Compilator and Editor of data deal-
ing with manufacture and testing of military
explosives as published in Ordnance pamph-
let No. 947, in 1919. At present Professor
of Dental Pathology and Biochemistry, Medi-
cal Center, University of California, San

Directorships: Regent of Thirteenth District
(Calif., Nevada, Arizona), International Col-
lege of Dentists; Member of Council, Dental
Therapeutics, American Dental Assn., 1930 — .
Publications: Manufacture and Testing Mili-
tary Explosives (McGraw Hill), 1919, also in
Ordnance Office Pamphlet No. 947; Diseases
of the Teeth, Their Diagnosis and Treatment
(Lea & Febiger), 1926; (co-author with C.
N Johnson), Operative Dentistry (Blakis-
ton) 1923; (co-author with Julio Endelman),
Dental Pathology (Mosby & Co.), (co-author
with Carl Hartman), Anatomy of the Rhesus
Monkey (William and Wilkins), 1923; author
of 62 papers and research reports.
Army Service: Lieut, and Captain, Ordnance
Department, U.S. Army, May 1917 to July


WHO'S wiro rN cat. ifornia

Au'iinls: I l()niirat\' MctiibiT, AiniT. Sorlcly "f
Orlliniloiillsts; llonor.i ry Moml)cr, Paciric
Coast Sncloty Ordiodonllsts.
Mi>nliriKhii).i: I'hl Kappa I'sl, D(>lla .SlRina
Dolta, Kp.sllon Alpha, Sluma Xi; Facullv Club
(U. of Calif.); Fellow, Internal. College of

Rccrentimm: Photography.
Bus. Address: Medical Confer, Univ. of Cali-
fornia, San Francisco, Calif.; Office, 490
Post St., San Frnnci.sco, Calif.

Home Address: 1307 Bay St., San Francisco,
Calif. •

MARSHALL, The Reverend Thomas

Chalmers, A.B., M.A.

Secy, and Chaplain, Hospital of the Good

Born: Wilkinsburg (Pa.), Oct. 20, 1868; s. of
Ellen Boyd (Trimble) and James Abraham

Education: Lafayette Coll.; Univ. of Edin-
burgh, 1888-89; Western Theol. Sem. (Alle-
gheny, Pa.), 1889-90; Grad., Princeton Theol.
Sem., 1892; Post-Grad., Columbia (S. C.)
Theol. Sem., 1896-97; Church Div. Sch. of the
Pacific (Calif.).

Degrees: A.B., 1888, and M.A., 1891, Lafay-
ette Coll.

Married: Margaret (Stelger) in Laurel (Md.),
Sept. 28, 1897; ch.: Margaret Van Patten,
Ellen Trimble, Thomas Riley.
Prof. Record: Ordained Presbyn. Ministry,
1892; Pastor, Lake Crystal and Amboy
(Minn.), Auburndale and Winterhaven (Fla.),
Ojai Valley (Calif.); Deacon, 1902, Priest,
1903, Prot. Epis. Church: in charge St. Pet-
er's Church, Redwood City (Calif.), 1902-04,
founded Neighborhood Settlement, Los An-
les, 1904, Epis. City Mission Soc, 1908,
Commn. on Philanthropy and Social Service,
1910; Archdeacon, Diocese of Los Angeles,
1911-20; Rector, St. Paul's Church, Pomona
(Calif.) 1915-18, St. Athanasius Church, Los
Angeles, 1918-27; Dir., Community Welfare
Federation (Community Chest), 1925-27; Pres..
Los Angeles Alliance of Social Agencies, 1921-
24; Secy, and Chaplain, Hospital of the
Good Samaritan, Los Angeles, since 1912.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa.
Religion: Protestant Episcopal.

Bus. Address: 1212 Shatto St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 2322 Lemoyne St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

MARSTON, George White


Born: Fort Atkinson (Wis.), Oct. 22, 1850;
s. of Harriet and George Phillips Marston.
Education: Academy of Beloit (Wis.) Col-
lege, 3 yrs. ; Univ. of Michigan, 1 yr.
Married: Anna Lee Gunn, at San Diego (Cal-
if.), May 3, 1878.

Bus. Record: Moved from Wis. to San Diego
(Calif.), 1870; became partner mercantile
firm of Hamilton & Marston, 1873-78; estab.
dry goods business, firm name George W.
Marston, 1878; incorporated as The Marston
Co. (dept. store), 1912. Trustee, City Li-
brary, 1882-85; Mem., City Council, San Die-
go, 1886-88; Pres., Chamber of Commerce,
San Diego, 1884, 1889; Trustee, Pomona
Coll. smce 1888 (Pres. of Bd.); Pres., YMCA,
San Diego, for 30 yrs. Corporate Mem.,

A.HC.F.M.; Mom., Ami-r. Civic A.ssn. (Vlce-
I'res., 19]2-1'1); San Diego Civic Assn. (Prod.,
191,'t); Pres., San Dlojjo Mu.seum A.ssn., 1923.
Minnbcrshijis: University Club; Cuyamaca.
Religion: Congregational.
Bus. Address: Fifth St., San Dlcgo, Calif.
F[ome Address: 3525 Seventh St., San Diego.


MARSTON, Sylvanus Boardman,



Born: Oakland (Calif.), Aug. 16, 1883; s.

of Annie (Palmer) and Frank A. Mansion.

Education: Pomona College, 2 yrs.; Cornell
Univ., 4 yrs.

Degrees: B. Arch., Cornell U., 1907.
Married: Edith A., d. of L. T. Hatfield, at
Sacramento (Calif.); ch.: Paul H., Keith P.,
Bruce T.

Prof. Record: Practice of Architecture in
Pasadena (Calif.) from 1908 to date; work
including residences, schools, churches and
varied commercial projects. Pres., State
of Calif. Architects, 1938-39; Pres., So. Cali-
fornia Chapter, Amer. Institute of Architects,
1940; Mem., Pasadena Planning Commission;
Mgr., Pasadena Community Chest, 1936.
Directorships: Board, First Federal Savings
& Loan Assn., Pasadena; Trustee, Pasadena
Presbyterian Church; Mem., Bd. of Dir.,
Pasadena Art Inst.

Memberships: Overland Club (Pasadena);
Delta Phi (college frat.).

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Everything.

Bus. Address: 25 So. Euclid Ave., Pasadena,

Hom,e Address: 560 E. California St., Pasa-
dena, Calif. *

MARTEL Professor Romeo Raoul, B.S.

Consulting Engineer; Professor of Structural
Engineering, California Institute of Tech-

Born: Iberville (P.Q.), March 3, 1890; s. of
Aglae (Chevalier) and Joseph N. Martel.
Education: Bro\vn University.
Degrees: B.S., Brown U., 1912.
Married: Mildred Parkhurst, d. of George
Washington Pray, at Pasadena (Calif.), 1918;
ch.: Nancy Chevalier; Hardy Cross.
Prof. Record: Instr. in Civil Engrg., R. I.
State College, 1913-14; Instr. in Civil Engrg.,
Mechanics Inst., 1914-15; Asst. Engineer,
Sayles Finishing Plants, Saylesville (R. I.),
1915-18: Asst. Engr., Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Ry., 1918. Instr., Calif. Inst, of
Tech., 1918-20, Asst. Prof., 1920-21, Assoc.
Prof., 1921-30; Professor, Structural Engrg.
Calif. Inst, of Tech., 1930—.

Publications: Occasional papers in Scientific

Bus. Address: Calif. Institute of Technology,
Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 809 Fairfield Circle, Pasa-
dena, Calif.

MARTIN. Allen Lincoln, LL.B,

Lauyer; District Attorney, Amador County.
Born: Menlo Park (Calif.), June 1, 1905; s.



of Mary Elizabeth (Dooley) and John Fran-
cis Martin.

Educatxon: lone Pub. Schs.; Sacto Jr. Coll.;
Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: LL.B., U. of Calif., 1930.
Married: Marian, d. of Matilda (Love) and
Robert Drewry, in Rolla, N. D., Jan. 9, 1909,
ch.: Allen Drewry.

Prof Record: Claims Dept.. Hardware Mut.
Cas Co (San Franci.sco). May 19:^0: enter-
ed law practice in Jackson (Calif.), Jan.
1933- elected District Attorney, Amador Co.,
1934, and still retains said position.
Memberships: Internal. Lions Club; Phi Al-
pha Delta.

Religion: Roman Catholic.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Baseball and golf.
Bus. Address: Court House, Jackson, Calif.
Home Address: lone, Calif.

MARTIN. Anne Henrietta. A.B., A.M.

Writer, Civic Worker.

Born: Empire City (Nev.), Sept 30, 1875:
d. of Louise (Stadtmuller) and William O -
Hara Martin.

Education: Univ. of Nev.; Stanford Univ.;
Columbia and Univ. of London and Leipzig,
1899-1901; Chase's Art Sch. (New \ork
City), 1899-1900.

Degrees: A.B., U. of Nev., 1897; A.B., 1896,
A.M., 1897, Stanford U.

Prof. Record: Head, Dept. of History, 1897-
1901, Lecturer on Art History, 1901-03, U.
of Nev.; Pres., Nev. Equal Franchise Soc,
1911-14;' organized and conducted campaign
which vvon woman suffrage in Nev., Nov 3,
1914; appointed by Governor as Mem., Nev.
Endl Survev Commission, 1915; elected Natl.
Chmn., Natl. Woman's Party at first Wo-
man's Party Natl. Conv., Chicago, June 1916;
Chmn., Natl. Legislative Com. same, 1916-
18- first woman candidate for U. S. Senate,
running as Independent from Nev., 1918-2();
Western Regional Dir., Women's Internat.
League for Peace and Freedom, 1926-31;
Mem., Natl. Bd, same, 1926-36; Delegate to
World's Congress, same, Dublin, 1926, Pra-
gue, 1929.

Directorships: Mem., Exec. Com., Natl. Amer.
Woman Suffrage Assn., National Woman s
Party; Women's International League for
Peace and Freedom.

Publications: Author of articles on polit.,
econ., and feminist subjects published in Am-
erican journals and magazines, in the Eng-
lish Review and Time and Tide (London).
Memberships: Amer. Hist. Assn., Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma, Phi Kappa Phi; Lyceum, Amer.
Women's (London), Natl. Arts (New York),
and Women's City (San Francisco) Clubs.
Home Address: P.O. Box 774, Carmel-by-the-
Sea, Calif., and Reno, Nev.

MARTIN. Burl G.. A.B., M.A.
Manager, Chamber of Commerce.
Born: Montpelier (Ohio); s. of Lucretia Eve-
lyn (Arnold) and Rev. James W. Martin.
Education: Univ. of Mich.
Degrees: A.B., 1907, M.A., 1908, U. of Mich.
Married: Ethel Ophelia, d. of Nettie and Nel-
ius Eggen, in Fargo (N. Dak.); ch.: Alice
Evelyn Martin Rosenberger.
Prof. Record: Supt. of Schs. (Pleasant Lake,

Ind.); Head, English Dept., Concordia Coll.
(Moorhead. Minn.); Dir., Extension Work,
State Teachers Coll. (Moorhead, Minn ); Ca-
shier, Community Bank (Whittier, Calif.);
Mgr., Chamber of Commerce (Whittier).
Directorships: Whittier Bldg. and Loan Assn.;
Pres., Calif. Assn., Chamber of Commerce

Memberships: Lions Club; Masons.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 108 So. Washington, Whittier,

Home Address: 524 No. Friends, Whittier.

MARTIN. Charles "Chuck" Morris


Born: Cincinnati (Ohio), Dec. 25, 1891; s of
Louisa (Mueller) and Simeon Morris Martin.
Education: Woodward Night High Sch. (Cin-
cinnati) ; Alexander Hamilton Bus. Coll., 2%
vr<? ■ Hossier Inst. Creative Writing. 2 yrs.;
several Univ. Extension Courses in Lit., Eng-
lish, and composition.

Marrip-d: Catherine, d. of Amelia and Wil-
liam Theis, in Yuma, Ariz.. Apr 9, 1931;
ch : (by previous marriage) Charles M., Jr.
and June (Mrs. Thomas Kidder).
Bus. Record: Cowboy, 5 yrs.; Traveling Sales
Mgr., Acme White Lead and Color Works;
full-time writing, ten yrs.
Publications: Short stories, novelettes, and
novels published in 56 natl. mags.: Wild West
Weekly Popular Western, Thrilling Western,
West All Western. Dime Western, Western
Romances. Thrilling Ranch, etc.; following
book novels published by Greenberg: Left-
Handed Law. haw for Tombstone. Lost River
Btickaroos, Tie-Fast Hombre. Gun-Boss Rey-
nolds, Deuce of Diamonds, Double or Noth-
ing, Maverick Money (Nicholson and Watson
London), Gun Law, Arizona Sheriff. Stick
Em Up, Cowboy, Gun Bait, Pinto Blood Hol-
ster Law, Riders of Purgatory, etc. ; 29 book
novels and 750 magazine stories.
Memberships: Scottish Rite Mason; Shriner.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics Democrat.

Recreations: Horseback riding and brenking,
fishing, gardening, sketching and painting.
Bus. Address: P.O. Box 207, Oceanside, Calif.
Home Address: Rancho Lomita, Oceanside.

MARTIN. The Reverend Edwin Clif-


Born: Nashville (Tenn.), May 24, 1900; s. of

Nancy Powell and W. J. Martin.

Education: Asbury College (Wilmore, Ky.).

Married: Pearl Victoria, d. of John Richey;

ch.: Warren, Nancy, Edwin, Jr.

Prof Record: Has been in Ministry of Church

of the Nazarene for 17 yrs. doing evangelistic

preaching and pastoral work; also traveled as


Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Gtolf, fishing, hunting.

Bus. Address: 1800 Washington Ave., Santa

Monica, Calif.

Home Address: 1515 Pearl, Santa Monica.




MARTIN, Professor Ernest Whitney,

A.r... M.A., Ph.D.

Kducntnr; I'mfc-ssor Emerilus of Classics,
StanfonI University.

nnni: Chippewa Lake (Medina Co., Ohio),
March 16, 187:?; s. of Caroline Frances (Sim-
mons) and James Wilson Martin.
Educntion: Medina (Ohio) IIlRh .Sch.; nuchtel
Coll.; Univ. of Chlcapo; Un!v. of Berlin;
Amer, Sch. of Classical Studie.s (Home); I.e-
land Stanford Univ.

Degrees: A.Ti.. Univ. of Chlcapro. 1900; M.A.,
1902, Ph.D., 1910, Stanford Univ.
Mnrried: Abbie Fiold. d. of Marlon Elizabeth
(Bell) and William Hooker Slade, in Colum-
bus (Ohio), Ma.v 23, 1900; ch. : Storey Slade.
Dr. Francis Whitney, and Marion Elizabeth.
Prof. Record: Instr. in Latin and Greek, pri-
vate sch. (Clarinda, la.), 1895-9(5; Principal
of High Sch. (Clarinda), 1896-98; Instr. in

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