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School, Stanford University, Calif.
Home Address: 2160 Pacific Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

AGNEW, Sara Thomas.

Pianist- Accompanist.

Born: Cleveland (Ohio), May 22, 1886; d. of

Jane (Russell) and Richard Thomas.

Education: School of Education, Cleveland

Married: John Dewar Agnew, s. John Ag-
new, Cleveland (Ohio), July 17, 1917; ch.;

Prof. History: Mrs. Agnew, while chiefly a
pianist-accompanist, is also a music teacher,
organist-accompanist, and viola player.
Taught in public schools of Cleveland (Ohio),
for ten years and has done orchestra work
for piano and viola, symphony and cham-
ber music, as well as having played church
organ in Cleveland; was also accompanist
at radio stations in Cleveland and director
of musical comedies for children. Played
in young people's symphony under the ba-
ton of Walter Logan in Cleveland.
Memberships: Daughter of British Empire;
Hollywood Women's Republican Club; Wom-
en's Auxiliary; Schubert Club; Opera and
Fine Arts.
Religion: Christian.
Politics: Republican.

Ho7ne Address: 6327 W. 6th St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

AGUILAR, Professor Juan Adame,

M.A., Mus.D.
Teacher-Composer, Pianist.

Born; Pueblo de Cosio, Zacatecas (Mex.),

July 1, 1883; s. of Dominga (Adame) and

Faustino Aguilar.

Education: Academy of Music, Aguascalien-

tes; Coll. of Our Lady of Guadalupe; private

pupil of Francisco CJodinez, and Arnulfo


Degrees: Master's Degree, Coll. of Our Lady

of Guadalupe; Honorary Doctor's Degree at

Los Angeles.

Married: Soledad, d. of Higinio Gomez, Gua-
dalajara (Mex.), 1911; ch.; Beatrice, Esther,

Prof. Record: Composer, Concert Pianist,
Head of Music Dept. of Coll. of Our Lady
of Guadalupe, Mex., prior to 1919; Pianist
and Arranger for Pryor Moore's Orch. since
1919; Organist, Sacred Heart Church, 1926;
Organist, Church of Precious Blood, 1929;
original works performed at L. A. Philhar-
monic Aud., U.S.C, Pasadena Pub. Library,
Moorish Suite at Hollywood Bowl, 1934. In
motion pictures: orig. scores and arrange-
ments for Geisha Girl, 1934, Thunder Over
Mexico, Viva Villa, etc., 1934; original piec-
es in Hollywood Bowl production of Every-
man; Organist, St. Augustine's Church,
1938; series of programs N.B.C., 1937-39;
Prof, of Composition, Mount St. Mary's
Coll. since 1938.

Publications: Earlier works; Masses, Reverie,
etc., pub. by Hoffmelster, C.G. Roder (Leip-
zig, Germany!); since 1920, Valse Brilliante,
Novelette, and many others pub. by W.A.
Quincke Co. (L.A.).

Memberships: Amer. Fed. of Musicians; So-
ciedad Ateneo (Soc. of Artists) ; Knights of
Religion: Catholic.

Politics: Democrat (naturalized citizen, 1939).
Recreations: Walking, reading, more music.
Business Address: Private Studio, Music Arts
Bldg., 233 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 3854 East Blvd., Culver City,

Other Addresses: Mt. St. Mary's College,
Beverly Hills, Calif.



AH ART, Mabel Dodge (Mrs. Henry
Whilloy Aliart ).
Farm Ilomcnmker.

Borv : Shoridan, I'larer County (Calif.); d.
of Ida Viola (Williams) and Lornzo Dow

Education: Lincoln Elementary Schools. Ben-
Icla niRh Schl.. Western Schl. of Commerce
(Stockton, Calif.).

Married: Ilenrv Whitley, s. of Ursula and
Peter Ahart, Oakland (Calif.) Aug. 2, 1905;
ch.: M. Dolores Russel, Evelyn Verde, M.
Elyse Finney and Gretta Lois Mugar.
Prof. Record: Taught school for three years;
State Chairman of the Farm Home Dept.
of the Calif. Farm Bureau Fed., and Direc-
tor of the C.F.B.F. for six years. Nat'l
I res. of the Associated Women of the Amer.
Farm Bureau Fed., and Director of the A.F.
B.F. for three years.

Directorshijjs: Vice-Pres., Calif. State Board
of Agriculture (first and only woman to
serve in that capacity, no other woman was
ever appointed a member of this Board) ;
Consultant in the Childrens Bureau, U.S.
Dept. of Labor; Dir. of the Placer County
Farm Bureau Board.

Memberhsips: Women's Club of Lincoln, Or-
der of Eastern Star, Native Daughters of
the Golden West.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Reading, flowers, handicraft.
Bus. and Home Address: Route 1, Box 2,
Lincoln, Calif.

AHERN, Eugene L(eslie).

Syndicate Cartoonist.

Born: Chicago (111.), Sept. 16, 1895; s. of
Mary (Kelly) and Eugene Ahem.
Education: Public schools, Chicago, and
Chicago Art Institute.

Married: Jane Susan, d. Anne (McNamara)
and Wm. B. Lynn, Detroit, (Mich.), Feb.
17, 1917; ch.: Nancy Anne.
Prof. Record: Cartoonist for 21 years with
Scripps-Howard NEA Syndicate; originated
and created characters of "Our Boarding
House"; joined King Features Syndicate,
1936, producing daily cartoon comic of
"Room and Board," featuring "Judge Puf-
fle", and two Sunday colored comic pages
of "Room and Board" and "The Squirrel

Memberships: L. A. Art Assn., L. A. Sym-
phony Assn., Bel-Air Country, Bel-Air Bay
and Riviera Equestrian Clubs.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf.

Bus. Address: King Features Syndicate, 235
E. 45th St., New York, N.Y.
tJoyne Address: 1280 Stone Canyon, Bel- Air,

AHLPORT. Brodie, A.B.


Partner, Olson and Ahlport.

Born: Kansas City (Missouri), April 1, 1898;

s. of Elizabeth and Frederick Ahlport.

Education: U. of Calif, and Harvard Law

Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1922.

Married: Catherine, d. Grace and Albert
Henry Boyce, Santa Barbara (Calif.), 1928;
ch.: Boyce Ahlport.

Praf. Record: With law firm of O'Molveny,
Tullcr & Myers, 1929-.'j9; partner Ol.son &
Ahlport, 19.'?9 — . Lecturer, .Southwestern U.
Law School, 1929-30; Lecturer, L.A. Stock
Exchange Institute, 1930.

Army Service: U.S. Army, 1918.

Memberships: Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Alpha

Delta and Calif. Club.

Religion: Protestant.

Bus. Address: Olson and Ahlport, 6.39 So.

Spring St., Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 4810 Palm Dr., La Canada,


AIKIN-SMITH. Professor Pearle. A.B.,

A.M., Litt.D.
Associate Professor of Speech and Associate
Counselor of Women, University of Southern

Born: Zanesvllle, Ohio.

Education: Lindenwood Coll., St. Charles
(Mo.); U. of So. Calif. (Los Angeles); North-
western U. Evanston (111.) ; Columbia U.
(N.Y.); Central School of Speech, London

Member.'ihips: Women's U., Lindenwood Coll.
and Northwestern U. Clubs; Phi Beta Phi;
Women's Athletic; Friday Morning (Drama
Chmn.); Town and Gown; Pro Amer., and
for many years Leader of the Drama League
Study Tour to England.

Bus. Address: University of Southern Cali-
fornia, Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: Blue Gates, 454 So. Oak-
hurst Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif.

AINSWORTH. Edward Maddin.

Columnist and Feature Writer, Los Angeles

Born: Waco, Texas, June 7, 1902, s. of

Pearl (Maddin) and Edward McCrea Ains-


Education: Waco High School, Texas A. cS:

M. College and U. of Calif.

Married: Katherine Alice, d. of W.A. Lake,
LA., (Calif.), June 21, 19,31; ch.: Sheila
Beth (7) and Cynthia Kate (1).

Bus. Record: Citv Editor, San Pedro Daily
Pilot, 1920-21; Telegraph Editor. Bakers-
field Calif ornian, 1921-22; State Editor, At-
lanta (Ga.) Constitution, 1923-24; News Copy
Reader, Los Angeles Times, 1924-31; State
Editor, Los Angeles Times, 1931-34; City
Editor, Los Angeles Times, 1934: Columnist
of Along El Camino Real, daily in Times,
since May 21, 1933.

Publications: Pot Luck (A humorous life of
W. Parker Lyon of Pony Express Museum
at Arcadia), published by G.P. Putnam.

Memberships: Oneonta Club of South Pasa-

Religion: Methodist.

Politics: Southern Democrat.

Recreations: Gardening, golf, desert travel.

Bus. Address: Los Angeles Times, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 244 St. Albans Ave., So.
Pasadena, Calif.



AIRD, Professor Robert Burns, A.B.,
M.D., D.N.B.

Assistant Professor of Surgery, University
of California Medical School.
Borji: Provo (Utah), 1903, s. of Emily
Dawn (McAuslan) and John Wm. Aird, A.B.,
M.D., F.A.C.S.

Education: East High School, Salt Lake City
(Utah). 1917-21; Deep Springs (Calif.), 1921-
23; Cornell Univ. (Ithaca, N.Y.), 1923-26;
Harvard Medical School (Biston, Mass.),
1926-30; Strong Memorial Hospital, U. of
Rochester Medical School (Rochester, N.Y.),

Degrees: A.B., Cornell U., 1926; M.D., Har-
vard Medical Sch., 1930, D.N.B., 1931.
Married: EUinor, d. of Henry Hill Collins, at
Bryn Mawr (Pa.), 1935; ch.: Katharine Mc-
Lean and Mary Emily.

Publications: Numerous articles of interest
to the medical profession which have been
published in several medical journals.
Memberships: Telluride Assn., San Francisco
Co. Medical Assn., Amer. Medical Assn.,
Neurological Assn. of No. Calif., Amer. and
Internat. Leagues Against Epilepsy, Vicious
Circle, Langley Porter Club, Alpha Kappa
Kappa (medical fraternity).
Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Democratic (Independent).
Recreations: Camping, hiking, pack trips in
the mountains.

Bus. Address: University of California Hos-
pital, The Medical Center, San Francisco,

Home Address: 160 Palo Alto Ave., San
Francisco, Calif.

AIROLA. Virgil Marion, B.L., J.D.

District Attorney of Calaveras County, San
Andreas, California.

Born: Carson Hill (Calaveras Co., Calif.),
May 18, 1892; s. of Emma L. (Yokum) and
John Airola.

Education: U. of Calif., (Berkeley, Calif.).
Degrees: B.L., U. of Calif. Coll. of S. S.,
1914; J.D., School of Jurisprudence of U. of
Calif., 1916.

Married: Gladys Irene, d. of Emma and John
Lemon, Corralitos (Calif.), July 25, 1920;
ch.: Virgil R.; Orrin K. ; Ronald K.
Bus. Record: Practicing law since 1916, two
years in San Francisco, balance in Cala-
veras County (Calif.), general practice;
District Atty. of Calaveras County since
Jan. 1, 1927.

Directorships: Dir. Central Bank of Cala-

Army Service: World War I, Sept., 1918 to
Dec, 1918.

Clubs: I.O.O.F., and local clubs.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. and Home Address: San Andreas,

AITKEN, Jr.. Thomas. A.B.
Advertising Manager, S. & G. Gump Com-

Born: Manila, P. I., Dec. 24, 1910; s. of
Marion (Neustadt) and Thomas Aitken.
Education: Stanford Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1932.
Married: Barbara Anne, d. of Cleve Taylor,
San Juan Batista, Calif., May 27, 1939.
Bus. Record: Crocker & Aitken real estate,
1933-35; advertising agency, 1935-40; Adver-
tising Manager, Gump's, 1940 — .
Publications: Contributed to Country Life
magazine. The Spur, The Coast, Calif. Mag.
of Pac. Bus., Printers' Ink.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Delta
Chi and Olympic Club.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: S. & G. Gump Co., 250 Post
St., San Francisco, Calif.
Home Address: 1424 Jones St., San Francisco,

AKED, The Reverend Charles F., D.D.,

LL.D., Litt.D.

Minister, All Souls' Church, Los Angeles,

Born: Nottingham, Eng., Aug. 27, 1864;
s. Anna A. and Charles Aked.
Education: Midland Baptist Coll., Univ. Coll.
of Nottingham, Temple Coll., Brown Univ.,
Univ. of Nevada, Drury Coll. and U. So.

Degrees: D.D., Temple Coll., 1901; LL.D.,
U. of Nev., 1913; Litt.D., U. of So. Calif.
Married: Anne Hithersav, Ilkeston, Eng.,
Nov. 10, 1886 (dec. 1934).
Prof. Record: Ordained Baptist Minister,
1886; Pastor, Syston (Leicestershire), 1886-
88, St. Helens and Earlestown, 1888-90, Pem.
broke Chapel, Liverpool, 1890-1907, Fifth
Ave. Baptist Church (N. Y.), 1907-11, First
Congl. Church, Kansas City (Mo.), 1919-24,
All Souls' Church, Los Angeles, 1925 — .
Made annual lecture and preaching trips to
U. S., 1893-1907.

Director.^hips : V-Pres. United Kingdom Al-
liance; one of the founders Passive Resist-
ance League (England).

Publications: The Courage of the Coward,
1905, Wells and Palm Trees, 1908, Old
Events and Modern Meanings, 1908, The
Lord's Prayer, 1910. The Divine Drama of
Job, 1913, also many social, religious and
political pamphlets, among them — A Minis-
try of Reconciliation, Mercies New Every
Morning Christocentric, etc.
Religion: English Baptist, American Congre-

Home Address: 3355 Wilshire Blvd.. Los An-
geles, Calif.

ALBEE. Major Merton Aurel. B.L.,
J.D., U.S.A.Res.

Born: Moscow, Idaho. Nov. 16, 1887; s. of
Ada (Wilson) and William Runnells Albee.
Education: L. A. High School and Univ. of

Degrees: B.L., 1910, J.D., 1912, Univ. of

Married: Elizabeth White, d. Mary Eliza-
beth and Samuel White, at Redondo Beach
(Calif.), Dec. 11, 1917.

Prof. Record: Associated with Porter &
Sutton, 1912-17; Jr. member, Hazlett (Wm.)
& Albee, 1919-26; Sr. member, Albee &
Watkinson (Chas. E.), 1927-38; practicing
alone since Aug., 1938, and City Judge of
Palos Verdes Estates.
Directorships: C^hancellor of the Diocese of



I.. A., Trcns. Province of Iho Pnrlfir, Church
ENlonslon Sorloly of the DInccso of L. A.,
ProtostanI Kplscopal Church. Dloccsc of L.
A., Harvard School.

At-ynv .Scrrirc- 'Jnd Lt., 361st Inf., 91st Dlv.,
1!n7-18: 1st Lt., Tfith Inf., l.Sf.h Dlv.. 1918-
19; (now) Major, .IG-lth Inf., 91st Dlv.
nicmbcr.iliips: Abracadabra (Univ. of Calif.).
Sons of the Revolution. Nat'l VIce-Pres.,
Brotherhood of .St. Andrew, Amer. Legion
(Past Commander 184); Reserve Offl-
cer.s A.ssn.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Radio, including radio writ-
ing, and television.
' Bus. Address: Bartlett Bldg., 215 West Sev-
'-nlh St., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 720 Via del Monte, Palos
Verde.s Estates, Calif.

ALBERT, The Reverend Brother Wil-
liam Joseph Rahill, AB., M.A., LL.D.

President, Saint Mary's College.
Born: Dublin, Ireland; s. of Rose Anne
(Brady) and Bernard Rahill.
Education: Secondary schools, Dublin, St.
Mary's Coll. High Schl., St. Mary's Coll. and
U. of Calif.

Degrees: A.B., St. Mary's Coll., 1926. M.A.,
St. Mary's Coll., 1928, LL.D., U. of San
Francisco, 1935.

Prof. Record: Instructor in Oiem., 1927-30,
St. Mary's Coll. High Schl.. study in Eur-
ope, 1930-31. Dean, Sacred Heart Coll.. San
Francicso, 1931-33, Principal, St. Marv's
Coll. High Schl., 1933-35, Pres., St. Mary's
Coll., 1935—.

Directorships: St. Mary's Coll. Corp. (which
includes St. Mary's Coll. High Schl. of
Berl<eley, Calif.).

Memberships: Chamber of Comm. and Rotary.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Mountain climbing.
Pus. and Home Address: St. Mary's College,
St. Mary's. Calif.

ALBERTSWORTH, Professor Edwin
Franklin, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., S.J.D.
Professor of Law, Northwestern University.
Chicago, 111.

Born: New Haven. Mo., July 8, 1892; s. of
Madeline (von Wortmann) and Arnold F.

Education: George Wash. Univ., Harvard
Univ., Univ. of Chicago, Johns Hopkins. Co-
lumbia Univ. (and certain European univer-
sities in 1926).

Degrees: A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Geo. Wash.
Univ., 1915-18; S.J.D., Harvard Univ., 1921.
Married: Barbara M. Knox, d. Walter T.
Knox, Wash., D. C, June 10, 1915.
Prof. Record: Dean of Law School, State U.
of Wy.. 1921-22; Prof, of Law, Western
Reserve U. (Cleveland, O.). 1922-24; Prof,
of Law. Northwestern U., since 1924; Visit-
ing Prof, of Law. U. of Santa Clara and
San Francisco, since 1938; Specialist Con-
sultant in Industrial Law and Constitutional
Law, since 1924 in Chicago and Calif. ; Mem-
ber Bar, Supreme Court of U. S., Calif.,
111., D. C. ; Assoc. Editor, HI. Law Review,

Directorships: Member of Bd., III. Law Re-

view. 19.H2 -: DIr. of Industrial I.,egal Clinic,
Chicago, 1927-.'15.

Puhliralions: Induntrint Law, 1928, Crmati-
tulirmal Law. 19.32. numerous mag. articles
In leading law journals In U. S. and Great

Army Record: Major, ORC, Industrial Mobil-
ization Dlv., 1928-.35.

Memberships: Member Amnr. Com. for the
Internal. Protection of Industrial Property,
1928-.30, Lawyers Advisory Com., Amer.
Liberty League, 19.35-.36. Chicago and III.
Bar, executive and educational comm., 19.30-
.32, Lake Shore Athletic Club (Chicago),
Univ. Club (Chicago), Law Club (Chicago),
Phi Alpha Delta, Order of the Coif.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Horseback riding and .swim-

Bus. Address: Northwestern Univ., .3.57 E.
Chicago Ave.. Chicago. 111.; 780 Palo Alto
Ave., Mountain View, Calif.
Home Address: Los Altos, Calif.

ALBOUZE, Achille Raymond A.B.,

Supervisor of Welfare Personnel Standards,
State Department of Social Welfare.
Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Aug. 4, 1898;
s. of Dora (Revel) and Jean Antoine Al-

Education: Public and parochial schools In
San Francisco (Calif.).

Degrees: A.B., 1919; Ch.E.. 1921. Stanford

Married: Madeleine C. Lamanet. d.of Jacques
Lamanet, San Francisco. Calif., Dec. 19,
1924; ch.: Achille Ra>Tnond Albouze, Jr.
Bus. Record: 1920-23. Industrial Sales Engr.
for Gale S. Strout (mfr's agt.), (San Fran-
cisco); Feb., 1923- Feb., 1927, Industrial Gas
Sales Engr., Pac. Gas & Elec. Co. (San Fran-
cisco) ; one year Dist.' Sales Mgr. (Fresno),
and one year Dir. of Special Sales Cam-
paigns; May. 1927- July, 1932, Educational
Dir.. San Francisco Stock Exchange; Oct.,
1932- Dec, 1933, Partner, Pacific Paint Co.
(San Francisco) ; Dec. 1933- Apr.. 1934,
Asst. to Dir. of C. W. A. of San Francisco
County and Asst. Project Engr. ; June. 1934-
Mar.. 1935, Asst. and Acting Personnel Dir.,
S. R. A. of Calif.; Mar., 1935- Feb.. 1940.
Assoc. Personnel Examiner. State Personnel
Bo.ard; Feb.. 1940 — , Supervisor of Welfare
Personnel Standards. State Dept. of Social
Welfare. Sacramento, Calif.
Army Service: Oct. to Dec. 1918. U. S. Inf.
Memberships: Commonwealth Club of Calif.,
Rio del Mar Country Club. Phi Lambda Up-
silon fchein. honorary frat.) and B. P. O.
Elks, No. 6.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Non-partisan.
Recreations: Gardening, travel.
Btis. Address: State Dept. of Soc Welfare,
616 K St., Sacramento. Calif.
Home Address: 1523 - 47th St., Sacrsimento,

ALBRIGHT, Horace Marden, B.L., LL.B.

E.xecutive V.-Pres., General Manager, United
States Potash Company.

Born: Bishop (Calif.), Jan. 6. 1890; s. of
Mary (Marden) and George L. Albright.
Education: Univ. of Calif, and CJeorgetown
Univ. (Wash., D. C).



Degrees: B.L., U. of Calif., 1912; LL.B..
Georgetown U., 1914.

Married: Grace Marian, d. of William Noble,
Berkeley (Calif.), Dec. 23, 1915; ch.r Rob-
ert Mather, 22, and Marian Carleen, 19.
Bus. Record: 1913-16, on staff of Secty. of
the Interior: 1916-17, Asst. Atty of the In-
terior Dept. ; 1917-18, Asst. Dir., Nat'l Park
Service, Dept. of Interior and part time
Acting Dir.; 1919-29, Supt. Yellowstone Nt'l
Park; 1929-33, Dir. of Nat'l Park Service
(Wash., D. C.1; 1929-33, Member Nat'l Cap-
ital Park and Planning Commission; since
1933 E.xec. V.-P., U. S. Potash Co. (N. Y.);
one-half of this company is owned by Pac.
Coast Borax Co. of Nevada.
Directorships: U. S. Potash Co. (N. Y.), and
N. Mex.), Colonial Williamsburg, Inc., Jack-
son Hole Preserve, Inc. ; Pres. Amer. Plan-
ning and Civic Assn., 1935 — ; Dir.. Nat'l
Conference on State Parks; Trustee of Mills
Coll. (Calif.).

Piiblieations : (With Frank J. Taylor of San
Francisco), Oh! Ranger; numerous articles
in magazines on conservation, national parks,
wild life preservation, etc., Including Colliers
and Sat. Evening Post.

Decorations: Order of Northern Star of Swe-
den by King of Sweden, 1927; Gold Medal
of Amer. Historical Preservation Society,

Memberships: Del Rey (Univ. of Calif.); Phi
Delta Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Mason; Wyk-
agyl Country Club (New Rochelle, N. Y.);
Chemists; Explorers (N. Y.); Cosmos (Wash.,
D. C); Sierra Club (Calif.).
Religion Presbyterian.
Politics: Independent.

Recreations: Horseback riding, fishing, golf.
Bus. Address: 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New
York City, N. Y.

Home Address: Wykagyl Gardens, New Ro-
chelle, N. Y.

ALDEN, Eliot. A.B., M.D.

Born: Walla Walla (Wash.), Dec. 12, 1874;
s. of Katherine Russell (Lincoln) and Charles
Henry Alden.
Education: Harvard Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Harvard U., 1897; M.D., Har-
vard Med. School, 1901.

Married: Etta Estill, d. Wallace Estill, Es-
till, Mo., May 16, 1912; ch. : Katharine (Mrs.
Wallace Andrew Burton) ; Florence Estill
(Mrs. James Bates Stodard).
Prof. Record: Interne, Mass. Gen. Hosp.
(Boston, Mass.), Dec, 1900-Apr., 1902; Resi-
dent Surgeon, Lakeside Hosp. (Cleveland,
O.), Apr., 1902- Apr., 1903; practiced in
Cleveland until 1906; moved to Calif, and
has practiced in L. A. since.
Publications: Several articles in Medical

Army Service: Capt. Med. Corp. U. S. Army,
Apr. 1918-May, 1919, France.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican

Bv^. Address: 6523 Hollywood Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 2008 No. Serrano, Los Ange-
les, Calif.

ALDERMAN, Professor Pauline, A.B.,

Asso. Professor of Music, University of
Southern California.

Born: La Fayette (Ore); d. of Edith May
(Kelty) and Henry Haines Alderman.
Education: Reed Coll. (Portland, Ore.); Univ.
of Wash.; Univ. of Starsburg; Inst, of Mu-
sical Art (N. Y.).

Degrees: A.B., Reed Coll., 1916; M.A., U. of
Wash, 1933.

Prof. Record: Taught English, MacMinnvllle
(Ore.) Jr. High, 1916-18; Lincoln High Schl.,
Portland (Ore.), 1918-20; Theory of Music,
Ellison White Conservatory, Portland (Ore.),
1920-23; Instructor in Music, Pomona Coll.,
Claremont (Calif.), 1924-28; U. of Wash.,
1928-30; Asso. Prof, of Music, U. of So.
Calif., 1930-39; Asso. Prof., 1940—.
Directorships: Secty., Alchin Chair Comm.,
U. S. C, Calif.

Publications: Composer Bombastes Furioso,
Opera, unpublished, performed in L. A., 1938.
Memberships: Mu Phi Epsilon, Pi Kappa

Politics : Democrat.

Recerations: Collecting old Instruments;

Bus. Address: University of Southern Cali-
fornia, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 830% W. 40th PI., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

ALDERSON, John Hartzell.

Chief Engineer, Los Angeles Fire Department.
Born: Princess Anne Co. (Maryland), June
7, 1898; s. of Alpohnsa (McConnor) and
George T. Alderson.

Education: Wilmington High School (Dela-
ware) ; Univ. of Delaware.
Married: Ethel Cummings, d. of George
Cummings, San Diego., Calif., 1924; eh.:
John Thomas.

Army Service: U. S. Army, April, 1917-May,
Recreations: Fishing.

Bus. Address: 217 So. Hill St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 1617 So. Spaulding Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

ALDERSON. Victor Clifton, A.B., Sc.D.,
Engr.D., F.A.A.A.S.
Consulting Mining Engineer.
President, Winnemucca Mining Company.

Born: Plymouth (Mass.), June 4. 1862: s.
of Sarah Payne (Sears) and Andrew Peter

Education : Boston Latin School, ; Harvard

Degrees: A.B., Harvard, 1885: Sc.D., Beloit,
1903; Sc.D., Armour Inst, of Tech., 1903;
Engr.D., Colo. Schl. of Mines, 1939.

Married: Harriet E. Thomas, Richmond, Ind.,
1888; ch.: Harriet A. Dowden.

Prof. Record: Supt. of Schls., Dublin (Ind.),
1885-87; Teacher Inglewood High, Chicago,
1887-93; Prof. Math., 1893-98, Dean, 1898-
1900; Acting Pres., 1900-01; Dean, 1901-03;
Armour Inst, of Tech., Cl^icago; Pres. Colo.
Schl. of Mines, July, 1903-13; Pres., Winne-
mucca (Nev.) Mt. Mining Co., 1913-15;
Consulting Mining Engr., 1915-17; again
Pres., Colo. Schl. of Mines, Golden, 1917-25;
Consulting Mining Engr. (specialty, oil
shale), since 1925.

Directorships: Treas., La Jolla Federal Sav-



Ing & Loan Assn.; DIr. Pres., WInnemucca

Mt. Mining Co.

Memberships: Delia Upsllon, Soc. of Colonial

Wars, Six-, of Mayflower Descendants. Inst.

of I'etroleum Technologists (London).

Religion: Episcopal.

Politic*: Republican.

Recreations: Gardening, travel.

Home Address: 7645 Herschel Ave., La Jolla,


ALF, Raymond Manfred, A.B., M.A.
Teacher of Webb School (Calif.)
Bom: Canton (China), Dec. 10, 1905; s. of
Ingeborg Elizabeth (Rosene) and Alfred Alf.
Education: Public Schools in Des Moines
'Iowa), Maryville (North Dakota), and
Petersburg (Nebraska); Doane College; Univ.
of Colorado.

Degrees: A.B., Doane College, 1928; M.A.,
U. of Colorado, 1939.

Married: Anna Pearl, d. of Mr. and Mrs.
F. H. Wright, Claremont (Calif.), April 27,
1930; ch.: Janet and Mimi.
Prof. Record: Teacher at Fairmont (Ne-
braska) High School, 1928-29: Teacher at
Webb School of California, 1929-40.
Memberships: Sigma Xi (1939).
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Music, astronomy, athletics,

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