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ley, Calif.

MORRISH. William Francis

President, American Toll Bridge Company.
Born: Sierra City (Calif.), Feb. 9, 1883; s. of
Eliza M. (Richards) and William B. Mornsh.
Education: Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley).
Married: Florence J., d. of J. S. Burpee, in
Oakland (Calif.), June 28, 1905; ch.: Kendnc
B., Josephine Morrish Jolinson.
Bus. Record: Messenger, 1903, Cashier, 1918,
Vice-Pres., 1919, Pres., 1922, First Natl.
Bank (Berkeley, Calif.); Vice-Pres., Security
Bank Tr. Co., 1921; Exec. Vice-Pres., Bank ot
Amer 1928; Pres., Bank of Amer. Natl. Tr.
Sav., 1931 (all San Francisco); Pres., Amer.
Toll Bridge Co., 1934

Directorships: Pres., Amer. Toll Bridge Co.,
Martinez-Benicia Ferry Co., and Meadow
Valley Lumber Co.; Dir., Remedial Loan
Assn., and Soule Steel So. (San -Francisco) ;
Pacific Bond & Mtge. Co. (Oakland) ; Ber-
keley Guaranty Bldg. & Loan Assn.; H. C.
Macaulay Foundry Co. (Berkeley); Berkeley
Chap., Amer. Red Cross; YMCA.
Meviberships: Commonwealth (San Francis-
co) San Francisco Commercial, and Kiwanis
(San Francisco) Clubs; Charter Rock Lodge
F.&A.M. (Berkeley) ; Aahmes Temple (Oak-
land).

Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing and farming.
Bus. Address: Alexander Bldg., San Francis-
co, Calif.

Home Address: 945 Arlington Ave., Berkeley,
Calif.

MORRISON. Herbert Wendell

Cashier and Director, Bank of Beaumont.
Born: Sterling (Kan.), June 25, 1900; s. of
Margaret L. (Stewart) and David McDiU
Morrison.

Education: Beaumont (Calif.) Pub. Schs.;
Occidental Coll. (Los Angeles).
Married: Mary Graham, d. of Mary and David
Gordon, in Mt. Washington Presbyterian
Church, May 17, 1937.

Bus Record: After leaving school, worked
short periods for Channel Commercial Co.
and Barker Bros. (Los Angeles), employed at
Ezra W. Thayer Hardware (Phoenix, Ariz.),
Bank of Beaumont (Calif.), Sept., 1922, with
which institution he is still employed in capac-
ity of Cashier and Dir.

Directorships: Cashier and Dir., Bank of
Beaumont; Vice-Pres., Board of Trustees of
Beaumont Union High School.
Army Service: Served period in U.S. Army
during 1918 in S.A.T.C. Branch, stationed at
Los Angeles.



Memberships: Beaumont Civic Club and
Chamber of Commerce.
Religion: Protestant (Presbyterian).
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Landscape gardening as hobby.
Bus. Address: Bank of Beaumont, Beaumont,
Calif.

Home Address: 862 Beaumont Ave., Beau-
mont, Calif.

MORRISON. Lucile Phillips. A.B.

Author, Housewife.

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Sept. 8, 1896; d.
of Catherine (Coffin) and Lee A. Phillips.
Education: Marlborough Preparatory Sch. and
Marlborough Sch. (Los Angeles).
Degrees: A.B., Vassar Coll., 1918.
Married: Dr. Wayland A. (Chief Surgeon,
Santa Fe R.R.), s. of Dr. Norman H. Morn-
son, in New York City, Dec. 27, 1917; ch.:
Patricia Lee (1919, adopted), Wayland Lee
(1920), Richard Holt (1921), Lee Allen (1924),
and Keith Norman (1928).

Directorships: Trustee, Scripps Coll. (Clare-
mont, Calif.); Dir., Children's Hosp. of Los
Angeles and Lee A. Phillips, Inc.; Dir., Vice-
Pres., and Treas., Pioneer Securities Corp.
Publications: Fiction for children 8-14: Mys-
tery Gate. 1927; The Attic Child, 1928; The
Blue Bandits, 1929 (all pub., Stokes) ; fiction
for adults and older children: The Lost Queen
of Egypt (Stokes), 1937, English Edition
(Martin Seeker), 1938; Edited, The World of
Books (for Scripps Coll.), 1934; Edited and
privately printed Doll Dreams (four vols.,
1927 '28, '29, '31), stories written by children
about individual dolls in Mrs. Morrison's col-
lection, exhibited at Los Angeles Museum,
Exposition Park.

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa (Vassar Coll.,
1918), So. Calif. Chapter; Women's University
Club of Los Angeles; Westport Beach and
Wilshire Country Clubs.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Home Address: 1916 Foothill Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

MORRISON. Professor Stanley.

A.B., LL.B.

Professor of Law, Stanford University.
Born: Alameda (Calif.), June 4, 1892; s. of
Mabel (Stillman) and Frank Pierce Morrison.
Education: Thacher Sch.; Andover Sch.; Yale
Univ.; Harvard Law Sch.
Degrees: A.B., Yale U., 1915; LL.B., Harvard
Law Sch., 1919.

Married: Carroll E. Cambron, in San Fran-
cisco (Calif.), Sept. 28, 1922; ch.: Stephen
Cambron and Peter.

Prof Record: Law Sec. to Justice Oliver
Wendell Homes, U.S. Supreme Court (Wash.,
DC) 1919-20; admitted to State Bar of
Calif' 1920; practiced law with McCutchen,
Olney,' Mannon and Greene (San Francisco),
1920-23; Lecturer in Law, 1924-25, Assoc.
Prof., 1925-29, and Prof, of Law (Stanford
U.), since 1929.

Directorships: Advisory Com., Harvard Re-
search in Internat. Law.
Publications: Editor, A Collection of Piracy



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hdw.H (IlarvanI Research In Internal. Law),
19'S2; Contributor of articles to various law
journals.

Army Service: During World War I, served
In Field Artillery, U.S. Army, 1917-18, being
discharged as First Lieut., Field Artillery;
Instructor in Gunnery, Sch. or Fire (Fort Sill,
Okla.).

Membrrshipfi: Amer. Bar Assn.; Amer. Soc.
of Internal. Law; Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma XI,
Psi Upsilon; Wolf's Head (Yale U.); Bohe-
mian Club (San Francisco).

Bus. Address: Law School, Stanford Univer-
sity, Calif.

Home Address: 663 Lowell Ave., Palo Alto,
Calif.



MORRISON, Commander Wayland
Augustus, U.S.N.R.-V.(S) Med.
Corps, A.B., M.D.
Chief Surgeon, A.T.&S.F. Ry.
Bom: Los Angeles (Calif.). Jan. 15, 1888;s.
of Maria (Cobb) and Norman Holt.
Education: Stanford Univ., Harvard Med.
Sch.

Degrees: A.B.. Stanford Univ., 1910; M.D.,
Harvard Med. Sch.. 1914.

Married: Lucile Gertrude (Phillips) in Los
Angeles, Dec. 27. 1917; ch. : Wayland Lee,
Patricia Lee, Richard Holt, Lee Allen, and
Keith Norman.

Prof. Record: Surg. House Officer, Mass. CJen.
Hosp., 1914-16; in pvt. practice of surgerv,
(Los Angeles), 1916. 1919—; Chief Sur-
geon. A.T.&S.F. Ry. Coast Lines, since 1921.
Directorships: Pres., Los Angeles Med. Hold-
ing Corp.; Dir., Pacific Finance Corp., Pa-
cific Indemnity Co., and Grand Central Gar-
age Co.; Trustee, Univ. of So. Calif.
Army and Navy Service: Served as Major,
Med. Corp, U.S. Army with A.E.F. in France,
World War I; now Commdr., Med. Corps,
U.S.N.R.-V.(S).

Pubhcations: Contbr. articles on surgical sub-
jects.

Mem,berships : Amer. and Calif. State Med.
Assns.; Pacific Coast Surgical Soc; Western
Surg. Assn.; Amer. Coll. Surgeons; Mason;
Bohemian (San Francisco), University, Calif.,
Beach, Wilshire Countrv, and Westport Beach
clubs; Delta Tau Delta.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 523 W. Si.xth St., Los Angeles,
Calif.

Hom'e Address: 1916 Foothill Blvd., Duarte,
Calif. •



MORROW, Beth Price

Editor, Montebello News.

Born: Fremont (Ohio); d. of Matilda (Mac-
Leod) and Albert F. Price.
Education: South Side Academy (Chicago);
Wooster Univ.; Ohio Univ.; Columbia Univ.
(New York City).

Married: Elmer C, s. of Sydney Franklin
Morrow, in Chula Vista (Calif.), May 12,
1922.

Bus. Record: Employed on Newspapers of
Ohio: Cleveland Leader, Toledo News-Bee,
and Sandusky Register; Soc. Editor, Mobile
Item, one yr. ; Edited Good Roads Magazine



(Ohio); worked In Calif, for: Han fJtego Hun,
nni llrrald and InduMlrinl Pout; now Editor,
Montebello NewH.

Memberships: Montebello Woman's and Chor-
al Clubs; East Los Angeles Breakfa.st Club;
Montebello Toaslmistress; Newspaperwomen's
Assn. of San Gabriel Valley, and others.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Music (vocal).

Bus. Address: Montebello News, Montebello,
Calif.

Home Address: 2012 Whittier Blvd., Monte-
bello, Calif. •



MORROW, Irving Foster, A.B.

Architect.

Born: Oakland (Calif.), Sept. 22, 1884; s. of

Susie ( Kirkman) and James A. Morrow.

Education: Oakland Pub. Schls; Univ. of

Calif.; Ecole Des Beaux- Arts (Paris).

Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1906.

Married: Gertrude Elizabeth, d. of John V. C.

Comfort, in San Francisco (Calif.), 1920; ch.:

Eleanor C.

Bus. Record: General practice in architecture;
Consulting Architect, Golden Gate Bridge
(San Francisco).

Memberships: Commonwealth Club of Cali-
fornia (San Francisco I, Amer. Institute of
Architects.
Recreations: Hiking, music.

Bus. Address: 1605 De Young Bldg., San
Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 6175 Hillegass Ave., Oakland,
Calif.

MORSE, C. C.

Editor, Publisher.

Born; Phillipsburg (Kan.), Feb. 20, 1895;

s. of Ida A. and J. F. Morse.

Education: Kansas State (Manhattan, Kan).

Married: Helen H., d. of Ami Siegel Haworth,

M.D. (dec), in Norton (Kans.), Sept., 1918;

ch.: two daughters.

Bus. Record: Insurance business: newsoaoer
editing and publishing; direct-mail advertis-
ing.

Ptiblications: Lafayette Sun and Orinda
Homebuilder.

Army Service: Served in U.S. Army, 1917-18;
Honorable Discharge, 1919.

Memberships : Phi Alpha Tau (Natl. Dramatic
Frat.) ; Lions.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Books, photography, and motor-
ing.

Bus. Address: Box 151, Lafayette, Calif.
Home Address: Lafayette, Calif. •

MORSE, Charlotte Brimmer (Lottie E.)

World Traveller; Club Woman; Farmer.
Born: Edgerton (Wis.), Feb. 4, 1871; d. of
Mary Jane (Spencer) and Leonard CHark
Brimmer.

Education: Public schools (Des Moines, Iowa) ;
C.C.C.C. of Des Moines (a business college),
1892.



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Marhrd: N. Frank (now divorced), s. of Hor-
ace Morse, in Santa Ana (Calif.), Oct. 21,
1900; ch.: 2 sons (l<illed in aviation).
Prof Record: Active for many yrs. in public
affairs of Calif, and U.S. One of founders of
Pasadena Music Festival, given yearly. For-
mer Mem., Bd. of Trustees, Fullerton Junior
College and High School (1924) : E.x-Pres. of
Moon Track Co. and Placentia Royalties Cor-
porations. Devoted 20 yrs. to "dirt farming"
and is an authority on the subject. Has writ-
ten scientific farm articles for Pacific Rural
Press of San Francisco (mainly from 1904
to 1906 to 1919 as "Woman Farmer); also
articles for Orange Judd Farmer; Western
Agriculturist, 1905.

Directorships: Assistance League of So. Calif,
(a Corp.); E.xec. Bd., Chapman College; Ad-
visory Bd. of Kate Crutcher Workers (Corp.),
Sub. "Childrens Hospital.

Memberships.- Life Member, Asst. League of
So. Calif.; Life Member, Ebell Club of Ful-
lerton (Past Pres.); Del Mar Club (Santa
Monica); Altadena Order of Eastern Star.
Religion: Christian (Disciples of Christ).
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Traveling.

Bus. Address: 806 Richfield Bldg., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Home Address: Santa Monica Del Mar Club,
Santa Monica, Calif. -

MORTIMER, Frank Cogswell

Federal Receiver, United States District Court.
Born: Boston (Mass.), Apr. 10, 1876; s. of
Lucy Cleveland (Smith) and Col. H. W.
Mortimer.

Education: Locust Grove Academy, 1890;
American Institute of Banking, 1907.
Married: Clara, d. of George Benton, in Los
Angeles (Calif.), 1917; ch.: Frances C, Eliza-
beth J., and Ann B.; by previous marriage,
Wendell R.

Bus Record: Banking business (San Fran-
cisco), 1896-1907; Pres., Amer. Inst, of Bank-
ing (S.F.), 1906-07: Official, First Natl. Bank
(Berkeley), 1907-16, and Natl. City Bank
(New York), 1916-24; Regent, Amer. Inst, of
Banking (N.Y.), 1921-22; Trustee, Sons Amer.
Revolution, 1922; Vice-Pres., Citizens Natl.
Tr. and Savings Bank, 1924-31; Federal Trus-
tee and Receiver, U.S. Dist. C^Jurt, since 19,31.
Pres., Founders Underwriters, Inc., since 1937
(all in Los Angeles).

Directorships: Pres. and Dir., Founders Un-
derwriters Inc. (insurance).
Publications: War Bonds and the People's
Purse; Investment of Trust Funds; Para-
graphs on Thrift; Clarifying Trust Functions;
Uses and Abuses of Thrift; I Can— I Will!;
In Youth So Resolute, etc.
Memberships: Autocrat Club (San Francisco);
Sons Amer. Revolution.
Religion: Protestant.

Bus. Address: Van Nuys Bldg., Los Angeles,
Calif.

Home Address: 1130 So. Westmoreland Ave.,
Los Angeles, Calif.

MORTON, Oakley Kendall, Ph.B., J.D.

Judge, Superior Court, Riverside County.
Born: Crown Point (Ind.), Aug. 2, 1891; s. of
Estella Ann (Young) and Byron Charles Mor-
ton.



Education: Crown Point General Schs.; Univ.
of Chicago; Leland Stanford, Jr. Univ.
Degrees: Ph.B., U. of Chicago, 1915; J.D.,
Stanford U., 1916.

Married: May J., d. of Andrew Peter Jensen,
in Los Angeles (Calif.), June 14, 1917; ch.:
Oakley Kendall II, Byron Charles, MacDonald
Grant, and MaeLouise.

Prof Record: Mem. of law firm, Evans and
Morton (Riverside) ; Dist. Atty., Riverside
Co.; now Judge, Superior Court, Riverside
Co. (Calif.).

Directorships: Dir., Sequoia and General
Grant Natl. Parks Co. (a corp.).
Memberships: Masons, Scottish Rite; Grand
Commander of Grand Commandery, 1937-38,
Knights Templar of Calif; Boy Scouts of
Amer. (Exec. Bd. of. Riverside Co. Council);
Elks; Victoria Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Horseback riding, golf, and ten-
nis.

Bus. Address: Court House, Riverside, Calif.
Home Address: 3720 Terracina Dr., Riverside,
Calif.

MOSES, Edward Walter, A.B., J.D.

Lawyer, Writer.

Born: Pueblo (Colo.), June 8, 1894; s. of Ger-
trude Prutzmann (Tucker) and Lincoln Ells-
worth Moses.

Education: Harvard Univ., 1911-13; Univ. of
Wis , 1913-15, Law, 1915-16; Univ., of So.
Calif., Law, 1923-25, post-grad, in Psychol-
ogy, 1934-35.

Degrees: A.B., U. of Wis., 1915; J.D., U.S.C.
1925.

Married: Virginia (div.), d. of May (Jewett)
and Albert E. Holmes, in Los Angeles (Calif.),
June 8, 1920; ch.: Lincoln Ellsworth II, Mari-
lyn, and Keith.

Prof. Record: Asst. Supt., Lucky Bill Mine
(lead and zinc). Tar River (Okla.), 1916-1":
Asst. Sales Mgr., Kansas Flour Mills Co.
(Kansas City, Mo.), 1919-21; Asst. Mgr ,
Moses Bros. Flour Mills (Great Bend, Kans.),
1921-23; independent practice of law in Los
Angeles, 1925—.

Directorships: Natl. Pres., League of Western
Writers, Inc.

Publications: Drums and Violins (a book of
verse. Modern Amer. Poetry Prize Vol.), (The
Galleon Press, New York), 1934; Dreamer's
End (North American Review, Spring Quar-
ter), 1938; various scattering contributions to
magazines.

Army Service: Second Res. Off. Training
Camp (Ft. Slieridan, 111.), 1917; Prov. Off.
Training Battl., Army Service Schs. (Ft.
Leavenworth, Kan.), 1917; 2nd Prov. Lieut.
Inf Regular Army, 1917-19; Temp. 1st
Lieut., inf., 1918-19; Capt., Inf. Res. 1919-34.
Memberships: The Authors' League of Anier.
(New York City); Authors Club of Holly-
wood; Calif. Writers Guild; League of West-
ern Writers, Inc. Honorary Scholastic Frater-
nities; Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Del-
ta Sigma Rho, Psi Chi, Chi Phi, Phi Delta
Phi; Order of the Coif.
Religion: Liberal Protestant.
Politics: Liberal Republican.
Recreations: Ocean - swimming, mountain-
climbing, desert-camping, and symphonic mu-
sic.



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FiM. Addrcsn: Itovvan IJUIr., Fifth and Spring,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Adilrrfin: Parkshlrc Manor, 847 Exposi-
tion nivd., Los AnRolos, Calif.; o/o Mrs. Ger-
trude T. Mo.ses, irinr) Alamcda Padre Serra,
Santa Barbara, Calif.



MOSK. Morey Stanley, Ph.B., LL.B.

Lawyer; Executive Secretary to the Governor.
Porn: San Antonio (Tex.), Sept. 4, 1912; s. of
Minnie (Perl) and Paul Mosk.
Education: Pub. Schs. (Rockford, 111.); Univ.
of Chicago; Univ. of Tex.

Degrees: Ph.B., 1933, LL.B., 1935, U. Of
Chicago.

Married: Edna. d. of Katherine (Blond) and
Max Mitchell, In Beverly Hills (Calif.), Sept.
27, 1936; ch.: Richard Mitchell.
Prof. Record: Attorney-at-law; admitted to
practice, 1935, in all State and Federal
Courts; active in Democratic Party circles;
named by Gov. Olson to his Secretariat, Feb.
15, 1939 to date; appointed Mem., Bd. of
Regents, U. of Calif., July 10, 1940.
Publications: Author of numerous magazine
essays on legal and political problems.
Memberships: Phi Sigma Delta; Elks; Toast-
masters Inlernat. ; Municpal League of Los
Angeles: Commonwealth Club of San Fran-
cisco; B'nai B'rlth.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: State Capitol, Sacramento,
Calif.; 541 So. Spring St., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 662 Perkins Way, Sacramento,
Calif.; 818 Devon Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.



MOSSHOLDER. William John,

Ph.B., LL.B.
Lawyer.

Born: Martinsburg (Knox County, Ohio),
1852; s. of Mary Eliza (Robinson) and Squire
Humphrey Mossholder (ancestors arrived from
the United Netherlands and settled in Amer-
ica more than 100 years before Washington
was President of the United States).
Education: Public schools (Wisconsin); High
School (De Soto, Wis.); Clarksville Acad.
(Iowa) ; Nebraska Wesleyan Univ.; LawDept.,
State Univ. of Iowa.

Degrees: Ph.B., Neb. Wesleyan U. ; LL.B.,
State U. of Iowa.

Married: Jennie (now deceased), d. of (George
Prentice, in Vernon County (Wis.), Sept. 26,
1881; ch.: (None living), three grandchildren,
one great granddaughter.

Prof. Record: Started as High School Teach-
er; practiced law in Nebraska, and in San
Diego from Jan., 1886 to present. Member of
firm Parrish & Mossholder — later Parrish,
Mossholder & Lewis — later Parrish & Moss-
holder. Practiced law with two sons (now
deceased), San Diego. Atty. for McCormick
Steamship Co. and other corporations. Mem-
ber and Pres. of Bd. of Education, San Diego
(Calif.), more than 5 yrs.; Member, Supreme
Court of Iowa, U.S. Dist. and Circuit Courts
(Iowa), all courts of Calif.; Member. Su-
preme Court of U.S., since 1912. Organized
and was first Pres. of San Diego chapter of
Sons of American Revolution (by descent
from John Mossholder. a private in Captain
Young's company, Cumberland County, Pa.,
Militia, 1776). Past Commander, San Diego
Commandery, No. 25, K.T., Past High Priest,



San Diego Chapter, No, R], R.A.M., Past
Master, San DIogo Lodge No, .'i5, F.&A.M.,
Past Venerable Master, San Diego I^Klge of
Perfection, A,&A,S.R., Pa.st Patron, .So. Star
Chapter No. 96, 0,p:,S,. Pa,sl Thrice Illu.strl-
ous Master, .San Diego Council No. 23, R.&
S.M., Past Grand Patron, Grand Chapter,
Order of Eastern Star of Calif., Past Pres.,
San Diego Knights Commander Court of
Honor, Past Puissant .Sovereign, San Diego
Conclave 62 Red Cross of Constantlne "The
Great."

Memberships: San Diego Consistory, A.&
A.S.R. Treas., AI Bahr Temple, A.A.O.N.M.S.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 609 First National Bldg., San
Diego, Calif.

Home Address: 2008 Fifth Ave., San Diego,
Calif.



MOTT, Albert G.. A.B., E.E.

Director, Valuation Division, State Board of
Equalization.

Born: Fertile (Minn,), May 29, 1888; s. of
Mary Elizabeth (Loomer) and Albert W. Mott.
Education: Stanford Univ.
Degrees: A.B., 1908, E.E., 1909, Stanford.
Married: Margaret, d. of Dr. Edwin R. Wat-
erman, in Sacramento (Calif.), Oct. 21, 1914;
ch.: Mrs. Edward Goodman, J. Berwin, A.
Warren, Marilyn.

Prof. Record: Engr., So. Pac. Co., 1909-21;
Asst. Engr., Calif. R.R. Commn., 1921-23;
Transportation Engr., 1923-26, Chief Engr.,
Calif. R.R. Commn., 1926-33; Dir., Valuation
Div., State Board of Equalization, 1933 — .
Publications: Around the World by Air.
Btis. Address: 1020 N St., Sacramento, Calif.

Home Address: 3700 College Ave., Sacramen-
to, Calif.



MOULIN. (Mrs.) Lea (See MERSHON.
Bernice)

MOULTON, Thomas Truman

Director of Sound, Samuel (3oldwyn Studio.
Born: Warsaw (Wis.), Jan. 1, 1896; s. of
Lorene (Raffensperger) and Howard Moulton.

Education: Huntington Park H.S.; Univ. of
Calif.

Married: Eunice Margaret, d. of Eunice and
Freeman Blodgett, in Auburn (Calif.), July
15, 1916; ch.: Adelia May.
Prof. Record: Electrical Engr. for P^c. Fruit
Express, three years; Elect. Engr. for Holmes
and Sanborn Co., two years; Austin Co. of
Calif., three years; Dir. of Sound at Samuel
CJoldwyn Studio for past twelve years; Mem-
ber, Research Council of Academy of Motion
Picture Arts and Sciences.
Memberships: Free and Accepted Masons
(32°), Al Malaikah Temple.
Religion: Christian Science.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Photography, golf, skiing, hunt-
ing.

Bus. Address: 1041 No. Formosa St., Holly-
wood, Calif.

Home Address: 10850 Rochester St., W. Los
Angeles, Calif.



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MOUNT. Arnold John

Chairman of the Board, Bank of Commerce.
Born; Mavfield (Calif.), Oct. 7, 1884; s. of
Huldah (beitz) and William Mount.
Education: Schs. of Mayfield (Calif.).
Married: Marion Leigh, d. of George L. Sey-
bolt, in Mavfield, Aug. 6, 1908; ch.: John A.,
Barbara Mount Smith, Mary Eliz.
Prof Record: Started in Bank of Palo Alto
as clerk in 1900; Vice-Pres., Cashier, Central
Nat. Bank (Oakland), 1906-21; Vice-Pres. to
Pres , Bank of Italy, Bank of Amer. N.T.&
S A 1921-32; Pres., Central Bank of Oak-
land, 1932-36; Chmn., Bd., Bank of Com-
merce (Oakland), 1937—. Also Chmn., Bd.,
and President, Maywood Glass Co. (Los An-
geles) ,

Memberships: Mason; Athenian-Nile, Clare-
mont Country (Oakland), and Jonathan (Los
Angeles) Clubs.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golt.

Bus. Address: Sixteenth and San Pablo, Oak-
land, Calif.

Home Address: 25 Oakridge Rd., Berkeley,
Calif.

MOUNT. George Haines.

A.B., M.Di., M.A., Ph.D.
Consulting Psychologist; Teacher.
Born: Fairfield (Iowa), May 1, 1879; s. of
Margaret Ann (Dey) and Jedediah Mount.
Education: Fairfield (Iowa) H.S. ; Parsons
Coll.; Iowa State Teachers Coll.; State Univ.
of Iowa.

Degrees: A.B., Parsons Coll., 1903; M.Di.,
Iowa State Teachers Coll., 1905; M.A., 1908,
Ph.D., 1910, State Univ. of Iowa.
Married: (1) Margaret Ann, d. of Newton W.
Lyon, in Brighton (Iowa), 1903; ch.: John
William, George Edwin. (2) Frances Earle,
d. of Thomas A. Hill, in Yuma (Ariz.), 1932;
ch. : Mary Ann.

Prof. Record: Instr. and Prin. of Schools
(Iowa), 1903-07; Asst. in Edn., State Univ.
of Iowa, 1908-10; Prof, of Psychology and
Edn., Northern State Normal (Mich.), 1910-
11- Prof, of Psychology, Iowa State Teachers
Coll., 1911-21; Prof, of Psychology and Phil-
osophy, Dubuque Univ. (Iowa), 1921-24; Prof,
of Psychology, Duke Univ., 1924-25; Prof, of
Psychology, Univ. of So. Calif., 1925-33; Con-
sulting Psychologist, 1933 — .
Army Service: During World War I, YMCA
Secretary in S.A.T.C. at Iowa State Teachers
College.

Memberships: Phi Delta Kappa, Sigma Xi,

Psi Chi, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Kappa Phi;

American Psychological Assn.; Amer. Assn.

for the Advancement of Science, Calif. Psy-

copathic Assn.; The Psychological Register.

Religion: Methodist Episcopal.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf, badminton, volley ball.

Home Address: 714 So. New Hampshire, Los

Angeles, Calif.

MOWBRAY, Alan Cedric,

M.M., F.R.G.S.

Actor; Author.

Born: London (England), Aug. 18, 1896.



Married: Lorayne Carpenter of Chicago (111.) ;
ch. : Patricia, Alan, II.

Prof Record: Started acting career on Lon-
don stage after the last war in 1922; came to
America in 1923; played on stage in New
York and Boston; toured with Theatre Guild;
entered motion pictures in 1930, and has
played in 85 major pictures since then.
Directorships: Hon. Pres. (Past Pres.), British
War Relief Assn. (So. Calif.); Pres., Mas-
quers Club (Hollywood).

Publications: A Bang and Two Echoes (Scho-
lastic Press, Portland, Ore.) ; Dinner Is Served
(a play produced at Cort Theatre in New
York), 1927 (also produced in London).
Armij Service: Four years and three months
with' British Army in France (R.F.A., and
R.A.F.), 1914-18.

Awards: Military Medal; Mons Star.
Memberships: Fellow, Royal Geographical
Soc (London) ; Life Mem., Overseas League
(London); Calif. Club (L.A.), Bel-Air Coun-
try, British United Services Clubs.
Religion: Protestant.
Recreations: Golt.

Home Address: 1019 Chevy Chase Dr., Bever-
ly Hills, Calif.

MOWRER. Frank Roger. LL.B.

Ex-Consul General.

Born: Xenia (Ohio), July 7, 1870; s. of Han-
nah (Maley) and Isaac S. Movvrer.
Education: Ohio Wesleyan Univ.; Cornell.
Degrees: LL.B., Cornell, 1894.
Married- (1) Genevieve Winterbotham of
Chicago (111.), Oct. 18, 1908; ch.: Frances.
(2) Blanche Van Horn Armstrong of Evans-
vills (Ind.), April 17, 1918.
Prof Record: Admitted to Ohio bar, 1895;
practiced law in Xenia, 1895-97; apptd. Mar-
shal of the Consular Ct. (Yokohama), Dec.
18 1897- retired by operation of treaty, July
le' 1899; apptd. Marshal of the Consular
Court (Canton, China), July 22, 1899; Consul
at Antigua (British West Indies), Jan., 1901,
Ghent (Belgium), Nov., 1901; Consul Gen. at
Addis Ababa (Abyssinia), 1906-07; Consul,



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