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les. Calif.

PANUNZIO. Professor Constantine
Maria. A.B., M.A., S.T.B., Ph.D.,

Asst. Prof, of Sociology, Univ. of Calif, at
Los Angeles.



Born: Molfetla (Bnrl. Ituly). Oct. 25, 1884;
s. of Angela (de Felice) and Nicola.

Education: Italy (Gymnasium); Kent's Hill
Acad.; Wesleyan Univ.; Boston Univ.; New
York Univ.; BrookinKs Instn.

Degrees: A.B., Wesleyan Univ., 1911; M.A.,
Wesleyan Univ., 1912: S.T.B., Boston Univ.,
1914; Ph.D., Brookings Instn., 1925.

Prof. Record: Instr. In Italian, Boston Univ.,
191.'?-14; Supt. No. End Social Service House
(Boston). 1915-17: Gen. Organizer at Italian
Front, YMCA. 1917-18; Lecturer, U.S. Comm.
on Pub. Inf., 1918; Supt. of Immigr. Labor
Div. Intcrchurch World Movement. 1919-20;
Lecturer. Univ. of State of New York, 1920-
21; Fellow in Sociologv, New York Univ.,
1920-21; Prof, of Econ. and Sociologv, Wil-
lamette Univ., 1921-23; Fellow in Social
Econ., Brookings Instn., 192.3-25; Asst. Dir.,
Foreign Language Inf. Serv. and Ed., The
Interpreter, 1924-25; Prof, of Econ. and Soci-
olog\', Whittier Coll., 1926-28; Prof, of Soci-
ology and Econ., Claremont Colleges. Gradu-
ate Summer Sch., 1929; Prof, of Sociology,
San Diego State Teachers Coll., 1929-31;
apptd. Exchange Prof., Univ. of Mexico,
1931; Asst. Prof, of Sociology,-, Univ. of Calif.
(Los Angeles), since 1931.

Directorships: Dir. and Former Pres., Pacific
Southwest Acad., Co-Founder and Dir., Maz-
zini Society.

Publications: Deportation Cases of 1919-20;
Soul of an Immigrant, 1921; Immigrant Por-
trayed in Biography and Story, 1925: Immi-
gration Crossroads. 1927; Cost of Administra-
tion of Criminal Justice in San Diego, Calif,
(embodied in Wickersham Comm. Report on
The Cost of Crime), 1931; How Mexicans
Earn and Live (Heller Comm. Collaborat-
ing), 1933; Student's Dictionary of Sociologi-
cal Terms, 1937; Self -Help Cooperatives in
Los Angeles Co., 1939; Major Social Institu-
tions, 1939.

Aicards: Named by Specialists' Comm. of New
York World's Fair of 1940 as one of 650 per-
sons of foreign birth, etc., included in Ameri-
can Common, who have made "outstanding
contributions to Amer. culture."
Memberships: Delta Chapter (Former Pres.)
of Pi Gamma Mu (Prov. Govr.); Fellow,
Amer. Assn. Adv. of Science; Pacific Soci-
ological Soc. (Former Pres.).
Religion : Catholic.

Recreati07is : Tramping, sailing, and traveling.
Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Home Address: 1070 Glendon Ave., W. Los
Angeles, Calif.



Born: Ontario (Oregon), 1905; s. of Bessie

(Green) and Joseph R. Paradise.

Education: Public Schools and Chouinard Art

Married: Virginia, d. of Mary (Pottle) and

Bruce McCormick in San Luis Obispo, 1934;

ch. ; Virginia GalL

Prof. Record: Art Instr.. Santa Barbara State

Teachers Coll., 1930; Freelance Advertising

Artist, 1925-35: Dir. of Fine Arts, Chouinard

Art Inst., 1936-40; exhibiting by invitation all

Natl, art exhibitions.

Awards: Penn. Acad, of Fine Arts, Dana

Medal; Los Angeles Co. Fair, Purchase Award,

1938; Oakland Annual, 2nd Award, 1938;

Golden Gate Intnl. Exposition, 1st Award
(vvatercolor painting), 1!)40; San Diego An-
nual Exhibition, 1st Award, 1940.
Memberships: Calif. Watercolor .Soc; Phila-
delphia Watercolor Club; Foundation of West-
ern Art.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Democrat.

Home Address: 100 Warwick Ave., So. Pasa-
dena, Calif.

PARENT. Frank Dyal. LL.B.

Judge, Police Court.

Born: Abilene (Kan.), July 11, 1878; s. Of
Mary A. (Dyal» and George Parent.
Education: Abilene (Kan.) High Sch.; Univ.
of Kansas.

Degrees: LL.B., 1900, Univ. of Kansas.
Married: Alice M., d. of George C. Sterl, in
Abilene, Sept. 20, 1905; ch.: Nancy (Parent)
Crowther, and Mary Alice Zeman.

Prof. Record: Newspaperman; lawyer; Coun-
ty Atty. (Abilene) ; real estate and insurance
(Inglewood, Calif.), since 1910; Judge of
Police Court (City Of Inglewood), since Dec.
1, 1930.

Directorships: Dir., People's Federal Savings
and Loan Assn.

Army Service: Served with the A.E.F. in
France for the YMCA, 1919.

Memberships: Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Phi.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golt, tennis, and attending foot-
ball games.

Bus. Address: 158% No. Market St., Ingle-
wood, Calif.

Home Address: 355 La Colina Dr., Inglewood,
Calif. *

PARK. James Hall. B,S.

City Manager and Water Superintendent of
the City of Compton.

Born: Broughty Ferry (Scotland), June 11.
18S5; s. of Mary Anderson (Burnett) and
William Park.

Education: Private School in Broughty Ferry;
Royal College of Dundee: Edinburgh Univ.
Degrees: B.S. in Civil Engrg. and Architec-
ture, 1904, Edinburgh Univ. (Scotland).
Married: Lillian Mabel, d. of Margaret (Cor-
dingly) and John K. Ollis in Vancouver (B.C.,
Canada), Nov. 23, 1910; ch.: Ber>l, Gerald,
Cyril, Leonard.

Prof. Record: Entered firm of Civil Engrs.
and Architects in Dundee (Scotland) for train-
ing. 1900, along with study in Engrg. at
Royal Coll. of Dundee, completing the course
in Edinburgh Univ. After graduation as B.S.
in Civil Engineering, 1904, moved to Canada
and joined the Kngrg. Dept. of Grand Trunk
Pacific R.R. on railroad location and con-
struction work. No. Canada for five years;
served with Kaministiquia Power Co. at Fort
William (Ontario) in powerhouse operating;
moved to British Columbia and worked with
So. Kootenay Power and Light Co. on elec-
trical work; later engaged in building design
and constr. work with Mr. J. Lennox Wilson
in Vancouver and Victoria (B.C.), later took
over the business in his own name in V'ictoria.
Designing Engr. with Cholberg Shipyard and
Victoria Machinery Depot in shipbuilding de-



sign and constr. in Victoria (B.C.). 1918-20.
Entered the contracting business in Long
Beach (Calif.). Dec, 1920. later practiced as
Civil Engr. ; joined the City of Compton as
Building Inspector in 1925, with the e.xception
of two yrs.. spent as Supervising Engr. on
reconstrn. of school buildings damaged by the
earthquake in 19.3,3, has been with the City of
Compton up to the present time, part of the
time as Building Inspector and for five years
as City Manager.

Directorships: Pres., Del Mar Oil Co.
Natyy Record: Canadian Navy, 1914-15, served
with the Canadian Expeditionary Forces,

Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Fishing, boating and camping.
Bus. Address: City Hall, 205 So. Willowbrook
Ave., Compton, Calif.

Hojtie Address: 603 No. Santa Fe Ave., Comp-
ton, Calif. *

PARK, Katherine Blake

Director, Lower Division, Park Country Day
School; Director, Lower Division, Park Mili-
tary Academy; Director, Research, Reading
Clinic and Child Health.

Born: Cascade (Mont.); d. of Elizabeth (Wil-
son) and Richard Van Wrapper Blake.
Education: Public Schools; special student at
various military academies; Stanford Univ.;
Calif. School of Fine Arts.
Married: Major Royal Vv^., s. of Dr. James
Walter Park in Kaufman (Texas), June 20,
1897; ch.: Richard Royal.

Prof. Record: Research Specialist, 1933. Co-
Founder of the following: West Coast Mili-
tary Academy, Pacific Coast Military Acad-
emy, Park Military Academy, Park Country
Day School (non-profit corp.), Inst, of Ap-
plied Research (non-profit corp.).
Directorships: Pres., Board of Trustees, Park
Country Day School, Inc.; Dir., Inst, of Ap-
plied Research.

Memberships: Palo Alto Art Club; Stanford
Alumni Assn.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Gardening, badminton, tennis,
art and politics.

Home Address: Laurel Court, Menlo Park,

Other Address: Park Military Academy, Park
Country Day School, Menlo Park, Calif. *

PARK, Major Royal Wheeler, U.S.
Army, B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Army Officer; Headmaster, Park Country
Day School. Co-ordinator, Institute of Applied

Born: Kaufman (Tex.), June 20, 1897; s. of
Lyda Matilda (Thompson) and Dr. James
Walter Park.

Education: So. Methodist Univ.; Army and
Navy School; United States Military Acad-
emy; The Infantry School; Unit Brigade
School; Stanford Univ.; Ecole Poly technique ;
Scuola Militaire; Temple College.
Degrees: B.S., Under Act of Congress, July
8, 1937, to date. Class bf 1918, West Point.
M.A., 1931, Ph.D., 1940.

Married: Katherine, d. of Richard Van Wrap-
per Blake in Cascade (Mont.), Sept., 1898.
Prof. Record: Co-Founder with Katherine
Blake Park of the following: West Coast Mili-
tary Academy, 1925; Pacific Coast Military
Acad., 1926; Park Military Acad., 19.35; Park
Country Day School (non-profit corp.), 1940;
Inst, of Applied Research (non-profit corp.),

Directorships: Secty., Board of Trustees, Park
Country Day School and Inst, of Applied Re-

Army Record: Regular Army Officer, 1917,
resigned Sept., 1922. Certifed Major of Infan-
try and Military Instructor of State of Calif.,

Memberships: Pi Kappa Alpha; Mason.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Travel, football and research.
Bus. Address: Park Country Day School, or
Inst, of Applied Research, Menlo Park, Calif.
Ho7ne Address: Laurel Court, Menlo Park,
Calif. *

PARKER, (Miss) Anne Fitzhugh, A.B.

Headmistress, Westridge School for Girls,


Born: Temple (Texas); d. of Mary Louis

(Wilson) and George A. F. Parker.

Education: Mt. Holyoke College; Oxford Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1927;

A.B., Oxford Univ., 1932.

Religion: Episcopal.

Bus. Address: 324 Madeline Dr., Pasadena,

Calif. '

PARKER, The Reverend Peter Pier-
son, A.B., M.A., Th.p.
Minister, North Congregational Church, Berke-

Born: Shanghai (China), May 27, 1905; s. of
Susie Estelle (Williams) and Alvin Pierson

Education: Shanghai (China) High School;
Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley) ; Berkeley (Calif.)
and Dallas (Texas) Seminary.
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Calif., 1927: M.A.,
1933, Th.D., magna cum laude, 1934, Pa-
cific School of Religion.

Married: Mildred Ruth, d. of Edward Sorg in
San Carlos (Calif.), June 12, 1933; ch.: Peter
Pierson, Jr.

Prof. Record: Lectured in Old Testament, and
in New Testament, Pacific School of Religion,
1934-36, serving also as Registrar; currently
Lecturer in Greek Language and Literature,
Church Divinity School of the Pacific; Mem-
ber, Society of Biblical Literature and Ex-
egesis; Moderator of Northern California
Congregational Conference, until Aug. 1940;
Minister, Northern Congregational Church,
Berkeley (Calif.).

Directorships: Northern Calif. Congregational
Conference; North Congregational Church of

Publications: Has written several magazine

Memberships: Phi Pi Phi.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Swimming, bridge, chess, and



stamp collecting.

Bu.i. Addresn: Cedar and Walnut Streets

Berkeley, Calif.

Home Address: 1212 Glen Ave., Berkeley

Calif. •;

PARKER, Captain Stanley Vincent,

U.S.Coast Guard

Commander, San Francisco District, U.S.
Coast Guard.

Born: Cincinnati (Ohio), Oct. 26, 1885; s. of
Elizabeth Helen (Chappell) and Samuel
Boardman Parker.

Education: Cincinnati (Ohio) Grade, Gram-
nar and High Schools: Revenue Cutter Ser-
vice School of Instruction (Arundel Cove, S.
Baltimore. Md.: now Coast Guard Academy
New London, Conn.).

Married: Doris, d. of Bertha (Coleman) and
Humphrey Devereux, in San Francisco (Cal-
if.), Aug. 24, 1916; ch.: Stanlev Devereux,
Robert Devereux.

Prof. Record: Commissioned. Third Lieut ,
Revenue-Cutter Service, 1906: served through
various grades in Revenue-Cutter Service
(now Coast Guard), from Third Lieut, (now
Ensign) to Capt. on vf^ssels of Service on At-
lantic, Pacific. Gulf of Mexico and in Hawaii
and Alaska. Naval Aviator No. 57 (Pensa-
cola), July, 1917. Comm.Tnded Naval Air
Station. Key West (Fla.l, Dec, 1917 to Aug
1918; Commanded Naval Air Station, Rock-
away Beach (N.Y.), 1918 to Mav, 1919- In
Charge Coast Guard Aviation, 1920-21. Exe-
cutive Officer. Cutter "Bear" on three arctic
cruises. 1921-23: Commanding Officer "North-
land" two arctic cruises. 19,^2-33. Admitted
to Calif. Bar by examination. 1934 (Thief
Intelligence Officer, Coast Guard Headquar-
ters (Washington, D.C.). 1934-36; special ser-
vice in connection coordination Treasury Dept.
Law-Enforcement Agencies, in suppression of
alcohol and narcotic smuggling at various
times. 1934-39. Government. U.S. Coast Guard
Commander, San Francisco District, includes
coast line of Calif.

Publications: Coast Guard Boarding Manual-
Manual For U.S. Commissioners in Alaska
For Use of Coast Guard Officers: Notes On
Coast Guard Law Enforcement (publications
are government or instructional).
Awards: Victory Medal, one star (aviation),

Memberships: Olympia Lodge, F.&A M No

808 (Far Rockaway, N.Y.).

Religion: Christian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Gardening and swimming.

Bus. Address: Room 425 Custom House, San

Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 887 Portal Ave., Oakland,

PARKINSON. Roy Harvey,

M.D., F.A.C.S.


Bom: Ashland (Ore.), Mar. 13, 1890; s of

Priscilla (Wise) and George M. Parkinson.

Education: Berkeley High School, Stanford

Univ. Medical School.

Degrees: M.D., Stanford Univ. Medical
School, 1912.

Married: Velva Helke, 1923; ch.; Ardeen

Prof. Record: Asst. In Ear, Nose, and Throat
Stanford Medical .School, 1912-14; enKa^ed In
general practice of medlflno, 1912-15 In
Eye Clinic, Univ. of Calif. .Medlrai .School
1914-17; Specializing In Eye. Ear, Nose and
Throat, since 1915; Chief of Staff, St Jo-
soph's Hospital.

Publications: Author, Eye. Ear. Note and
Throat Manual For Nuraea. 1925 (4lh ed..

Army Record: Chief of Eye Dept., Hos-
pital, No. 9 (Chateauroux, France i, of
Officer's Hospital A.E.F. fP,Tris»; d.scharged
as Captain Medical Corps, 1919.
Memberships: Fellow, Amer. College of Sur-
geons: Mem., Amer. and Calif. Medical .Socs
San Francisco County Medical .Soc, Pacific
Coast Oto-ophthalmol Soc. Calif. Academy of
Science: Mason; Commonwealth Club.

Bus. Address: 626 Flood Bldg., San Francisco,

Home Address: 460 Spruce St., Berkeley
Calif. .

PARKS, Norman H.


Born: North Loup (Neb.), Jan. 6, 1885- s

of Anna M. (Williams) and Judge N H


Education : Public Schools in Columbus

Married: Lucian F., d. of Dr. J. C. Farley in
San Diego (Calif.), June 11, 1923.
Prof. Record: Learned the printer's trade
and the newspaper business when 12 years
old, held first job on the Platte County A'rgus
(Columbus, Neb.>, at the age of 16; has been
connected with newspapers ever since. At-
tracted nation wide attention in 1925 through
newspaper, the HoltviUe Tribune (Imperial
Valley. Calif., publication), while battling
the foes of the Swing-Johnson Dam and All-
American Canal Bill; in attacking the de-
cision of a Los Angeles County superior court
judge, which involved one of many complex
angles of the dam and river control bill, he
was cited for contempt of court; a "Freedom
of the Press" angle became the issue in the
citation and trial, and newspapers all over
the country took up the fight: the power in-
terests and the alien Mexican land owners
lost, the proponents of the bill lived to see
the dam built, the river controlled, and water
flowing in the All- American Canal. Has b^en
active in Calif. State politics for 25 yrs., but
never ran for any office.
Religion : Protestant.
Politics: Independent Republican.
Recreations : Theatre and travel.

Bus. Address: P.O. Box 142, Monterey Park

Home Address: 112 E. NewTnark, Monterey
Park, Calif. \

PARMA, Harold Arthur, A.B., J.D.

Lawyer. Heaney, Price, Postel and Parma.
Born: Santa Barbara (Calif.), Julv 2. 1902;
s. of Catarina (Pendola) and Giovanni Parma.
Education: Santa Barbara Public Schools-
Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: A.B., 1925, J.D., 1927, Univ of

Married: Mary Margaret, d. of Minnie Lee
(Cropper) and R. T. Ambrose, in Yuma
(Ariz.), Oct. 17, 1930.



Prof. Record: Admitted to practice law, 1927;
Heaney, Price and Postel, 1929; Member of
firm of Heanev, Price, Postel and Parma,
1935_ Mem., Board of Library Trustees,
Citv of Santa Barbara, 1933-39; Pres., Santa
Barbara Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1933;
Mem., Santa Barbara County Emergency Re-
lief Committee of the S.E.R.A., 1934.
Directorships: Loan and Building Ass'n. of
Santa Barbara; Belle Haven Corp.; Alisal
Corp.; Montecito Country Club.
Memberships: Pi Kappa Phi; Order of the
Coif; MVjntecito Country, Valley of Monte-
cito, Santa Barbara Clubs.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf, hunting and fishing.
Bus. Address: 21 E. Canon Perdido St., Santa
Barbara, Calif.

Home Address: 32 Green Lane, Santa Bar-
bara, Calif.

PARSHALL, Douglass Ewell


Born: New York City, Nov. 19, 1899; s. of
Carrie (Ewell) and DeWitt Parshall.
Married: Barbara, d. of Frederick Cowles, in
Santa Barbara, Jan. 11, 1938.
Prof. Record: Member and Asso., Nat. Acad.
Design; paintings Oi^Tied by the Museums of
following cities: San Diego (Calif.), Reading
(Pa.), Syracuse (N.Y.), Detroit (Mich.), Kan-
sas City (Mo.); National Gallery (Washing-
ton, D.C.).

Awards: Second Hallgarten Nat. Acad. De-
sign, March, 1924, March, 1927; Gold Medal,
Biltmore Salon, 1926; First Prize, Sacra-
mento State Fair, 1927; First Award, Ebell
Club Annual, 1930.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Recreations: Tennis, hunting, fishing.
Home Address: 75 Santa Rosa Lane, Santa
Barbara, Calif.


Writer, Publisher.

Born: New York, Dec. 24, 1897; d. of Ellen
La Renee (Parents Parisian born).
Education: Private schools in New York City.
Married: Widow; ch.: Jeri Du Pont Parshalle.
Bus. Record: Feature writer, columnist;
Editor in publishing house for four years;
published magazine, Theatrical Weekly

Publications: Sky Gypsies (dedicated to Avia-
tion and the foreword was written by Jacque-
lin Cochran; three times winner of Continen-
tal Trophy). Dogs of the World (which after
its publication was selected and prepared m
Braille bv the Library of Congress). Radio
Flash (weekly publication, now discontinued) ;
The Dogs Magazine (now discontinued). Au-
thor and Founder of the Shrine of Patriotism
(an idea similar to the Statue of Liberty).
Poetry and books.

Clubs: Established Legion for Blind Welfare,
for the purpose of assisting the blind; Mem-
ber Exec. Board, Natl. Open Parish (Wash.,

Religion: Christian Science.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 8776 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 6941 Camrose Dr., Hollywood,
Calif. *

PARSONS, The Right Reverend Ed-
ward Lambe. A.B., D.D., LL.D.
Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of California (re-
tired 1941).

Born- New York Citv, May 18, 1868; s. of
Helen (Clement White) and Arthur Wellesley

Education: Yale Univ.; Univ. of Berlin; Union
Theol. Seminary; Episcopal Theol. School,
Cambridge (Mass.).

Degrees; A.B., Yale, 1889; D.D., Pacific
School of Religion, 1914, Yale, 1924, Epis.
Theol. School, 1934; LL.D., Univ. of Calif.,

Married: Bertha de Forest Brush, in New
Haven (Conn.), May 18, 1897; ch.: Arthur
Wellesley; Harriet T.; Helen C. Parsons Dal-

Prof. Record: Asst. Grace Ch. (New York),
1894-95; Trinity (Menlo Park), 1896-1900; St.
Matthew's (San Mateoi, 1900-04; St. Mark's
(Berkeley), 1904-xd; Bishop Coadjutor, 1919-
24- Bishop, 1924-41; Instr. in Philosophy,
Stanford Univ., 1897-1902; Lecturer in Litur-
gies, Ch. Divinity School; Chmn., Prot. Epis.
Ch. Standing Liturgical Commn.; Commn. on
Approaches to Unitv, etc.; Chmn. Earthquake
Relief Commn. (Berkeley), 1906; Pres., War
Work Council, 1917-19; Member, Com. on Pub.
Charities (Berkeley) and other welfare agen-
cies, 1910-19; Nat. Vice-Chmn., Amer. Civil
Liberties Union; Pres., Ch. League for Indus-
trial Democracy.

Directorships: Mills Coll.; Ch. Divinity Sch.
of the Pac; Deaconess Training Sch.; Red
Cross (San Francisco Chapt.); Community
Chest of San Francisco. Governor Common-
wealth Club, etc.

Publications: What Is the Christian Religion
(Morehouse Publ. Co.), 1928; The American
Prayer Book (with B. H. Jones, Scribner's),
1937; The Episcopal Church, Confirmation
Outlines (with J. M. Melloch, Morehouse-
Gorham), 1940.

Religion: Prot. Episcopal Church.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Hiking and gardening.
Bus. and Home Address: 2901 Broderick St.,
San Francisco, Calif.

PARSONS, Marion Randall


Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Dec. 14, 1880;
d. of Nancy (Garabrant) and Charles Wells

Education: Privately educated.
Married: Edward Taylor Parsons, of Berk-
eley (Calif.), Mar. 7, 1907 (died 1914).
Prof Record: Mountain climber; first ascent
of Mt. Bruce, So. Selkirks, 1914; more than
50 ascents of major peaks in Sierra Nevada,
Cascade Ranges, Olympics, Selkirks, and
Canadian Rockies, 1903-20.
War Record: Served with Civilian Relief
Board of Amer. Red Cross in France, 1918-
1919; in charge relief for refugees, Dept. of
Landes, 1918; Dir., three arrondissements,
Dept. of Ardennes, 1919.

Awards: M6daille de la Reconnaissance Fran-

Publications: A Daughter of the Dawn, 1923;
also articles in Travel Magazine, Smart Set,



Overland Monthly, etc. Rtlltor of Travels in
Alaska, by John Mulr (after his death).
Memberships: Sierra Clul) of San Francisco
(Dlr., 1914-1939).

Home Address: 29 Mosswoud ltd., Herkeley,

PARTRIDGE. Professor Roi

Professor of Art. Chairman Art De|)artment,
Mills College.

Born: Centralia (WashinRton), Oct. 14, 1888;
s. of Florence (George) and Archibald Ebe-
neezer Partridge.

Education: Various art schools, principally
School of the National Academy of Design
(New York).

Married: (1) Imogen Cunningham, 1915; oh.:
Gryffydd, Padraic and Rondal (twins) ; (di-
vorced, 1934). (2) Maribn Lyman, 1935
(dec. 1940).

Prof. Record: Etchings in permanent posses-
sion of many collections and museums, in-
cluding: Library of Congress, Calif. State
Library, New York Public Library, Newark
Public Library, Walker Art Gallery (Liver-
pool), Toronto Art Gallery, Worcester (Mass.)
Art Gallery. De Young Museum (San Fran-
cisco), San Francisco Museum of Art, Chicago
Art Institute, Toledo (Ohio) Museum, Mil-
waukee Art Gallery, Los Angeles Museum,
Omaha Art Institute, Academy of Arts (Hono-
lulu), Fine Arts Gallery (San Diego), Wells
College (New York), Haggin Memorial Mus-
eum (Stockton), Brooklyn Museum, Car-
negie Institute, National Gallery (Washing-
ton, D.C.), Crocker Art Gallery (Sacra-
mento), etc.; at present Prof, of Art, Chmn.,
Art Dept., Mills Coll.

Memberships: Assoc. Member, Nat. Acad, of
Design; Soc. of Amer. Etchers; Calif. Soc. of
Etchers (Pres.1; Chicago Soc. of Etchers;
San Francisco Fine Arts Assn.
Publications: Various magazine articles.
Religion: Pantheist.
Politics: Republican (temporarily).
Recreations: Tennis.
Bus. Address: Mills College, Oakland, Calif.

Home Address: 6558 Simson St., Oakland,
Calif. ♦

PARTSCH. Joseph C.

Manufacturer; Civic Worker; President, San
Marino Preserving Kitchen, Inc.
Born: Omaha (Nebr.), Sept. 12, 1895; s. of
Matilda (Kopp) and J. Chris Partsch.
Education: Schools in Omaha (Nebr.).
Married: Elsie, d. of James Meskimen, in
Omaha, June 27, 1918; ch.: Benjamin, Bar-

Prof. Record: Real estate operator; Sales-
mgr., Braden's Preserving Kitclien; now
Pres., San Marino Preserving Kitchen, Inc.
Directorships: Community Chest (Vice-Pres.
and Dir.); Boy Scouts of America, South
Pasadena Dist. (Finance Dir.); Trustee, So.
Pasadena Elementary Schs. ; Pres., H.S. Bd.,
So. Pasadena Distr.

Memberships: Oneonta Club of So. Pasadena;
Los Serranos County Club; So. Pasadena Fish-
ing Club; Amer. Legn. Post No. 140.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Fishing, theatre, ranching, poul-
try, youth work.

Bus. Address: 15.'?5 San Gabriel Blvd., San
Marino, Calif.

Ilfnne Address: IR'JO Milan Ave., So. Pasa-
dena, Calif. •


A.B., B.S., Mus.D.

Director of the Southern California Institute
of Music.

Bom: Naples (Italy), (naturalized American,

1926), July 6, 1901; s. of Theresa (Chlerchla)

and Ignazio Pascarella.

Education: Royal Conservatory of Music

(Naples); Univ. of Naples.

Degrees: Mus.D. (Master Degree), (Concert

Violinist), 1916; A.B., 1918, B.S., 1919, U. of


Married: Burdette CJordon Smith Foster, d.

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