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Army Record: Lieutenant, U.S. Army Reserve.
Memberships: Kiwanis Intnl.; Phi Mu Alpha;
Assn. of Military Surgeons of the U.S.; Re-
serve Officers Assn. of the U.S.; Interna-
tional Footprint Assn.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Fencing and target shooting.
Bus. Address: Sacramento Jr. Coll., Sacra-
mento, Calif.

Home Address: 3017 - 17th St., Sacramento,

PUTNAM, Nina Wilcox


Born: New Haven (Conn.), Nov. 28, 1888; d.
of Eleanor (Sanchez) and Marrion Wilcox.
Education: At home by governess.
Married: (1) Robert Faulkner Putnam (dec.
1918) of New York, Oct. 5, 1907; ch.: John
Francis. (2) R. J. Sanderson, of New Haven
(Conn.), Nov. 4, 1919. (3) Arthur James
Ogle, Sept. 12, 1931 (divorced). (4) Christian
Eliot, July 16, 1932.

Prof. Record: Has written and published stor-
ies and verse, since age of 11. In Search of
Arcady, 1912; The Impossible Boy, 1913; The
Little Missioner, 1914; Orthodoxy, 1915;
Adam's Garden, 1916; When the Highbrow
Joined the Outfit, 1917; Esmeralda. 1918;
Sunny Bunny, 1918; Winkle Twinkle and Lol-
lypops, 1918; Believe You Me. 1919; It Pays
To Smile, 1920; West Broadway, 1921; Laugh-
ter, Ltd., 1922; Say It With Bricks, 1923;
Easy, 1924; The Bear Who Went to War,
1928; The Making of An American Humorist,
1929; Laughing Through, 1930: Paris Love,
1931; contbr. to mags, and North Amer.
Newspaper Alliance.

Home Address: "Journey's End," Delray
Beach, Florida, and Hollywood, Calif. *

PUTNAM, Professor Thomas Milton,

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

Professor of Mathematics, University of Cali-
fornia (Berkeley).

Born: Petaluma (Calif.), May 22, 1875; s. of
Marie (Rutherford) and Thomas Crow Put-

Education: Univ. of Calif, and Univ. of Chi-

Degrees: B.S., 1897 and M.S., 1899, Univ. of
Calif.; Ph.D., Chicago Univ., 1901.
Married: Madeleine, d. of William L. Blan-
chard in Boston, July 8, 1916; ch.: Thomas

Prof Record: Instr. in Mathematics, Univ. of
Texas, 1899-1900, Univ. of Calif., 1901-07;
Asst. Prof, in U. of Calif., 1907-15, Assoc.
Prof., 1915-18, Prof., 1919—; Dean of the
Lower Division, Univ. of Calif., 1914-19;
Dean of Undergraduates, 1919-40: Dean of
summer sessions at Los Angeles, 1925-30.



PHhliralinnn: Mntlirinatirs iif Finanrr (Wiley
& Sons). 1923.
Memberships; Faculty.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf, fishing.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

Home Address: 2740 Elmwood Ave, Berkeley,
Calif. ■ •


QUACKENBUSH. Lieutenant J. War-
ren. U.S.Navy, M.S.

As.sistant Professor, Department of Astrono-
my, University of California.
Born: Paterson (N. J.), Aug. 18, 1894; s.
of Elizabeth (Zabriskie) and John D. Quack-

Education: Paterson public schs.; U.S. Naval
Academy, 1918; Columbia Univ. (Post-grad.),

Degrees: M.S., Columbia Univ., 1926.
Married: Arvilla M. Thornton, in New York
(N. Y.), Nov. 5, 1918; eh.: Mary Ann.
Prof. Record: Asst. Prof., Dept. Astronomy,
Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley, Calif.).
Navy Record: Spent greater portion of time
since graduation as Officer, U.S. Navy. At-
tached U.S.S. Huntington, 1917-19; U. S.
Submarine Service (mostly command duty),
1919-29; retired, 1929. Recalled to active duty,

Awards: World War Medal with Star.

Religion: Protestant.

Recreations: Fishing and boating.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

Hoyne Address: 2605 Haste, Berkeley, Calif.*

QUEEN, Clyde Lorentz,

Ph.B., M.A., C.P.A.

Secretary, Pineapple Producers Cooperative
Assn., Ltd.

Born: Wesminster (Maryland), June 15,
1893; s. of Cora Elizabeth (Bonnet) and
Crofford Lorentz Queen.

Education: Michigan Univ. and Adrian Col-
lege, 1912; M.A., Univ. of Mich., 1913; C.
P.A., Calif.

Married: Shirley Iva, d. of Martha (Carrel)
and James Cathcart in Winnemucca (Neva-
da), Dec. 23, 1933; ch.: Shirley Clvde (b.
Dec. 22, 1935); Meryl (b. Mar. 25, 1940).
Bits. Record: Ford Motor Co. (Detroit,
Mich.), 1913, Stores Div.; Phelps Dodge
Corp. (Arizona) and Arizona Copper Min-
ing Co., 1913-16, Dept. of Costs and Effici-
ency; Federal Service U. S. Arm\', 1916-19;
Staff Mem. and C.P.A., Lybrand, Ross
Bros, and Montgomery (formerly Klink
Bean and Co.), 1919-38; Pineapple Producers
OD-op. Assn., Ltd., Secy, of Corp., 1938 — .
Directorships: Secy., Pineapple Producers Co-
operative Assn., Ltd.

Publications: Minor articles in accounting
magazines only.

Army Record: Pvt., Sgt., Regtl. Sgt. Ma-
jor, (Ariz.) Inf.. 1914-16; F-Regtl. Sgt.
Majbr, Inf. 1916-17, Mexican Border Expedi-
tion; F-Capt., Inf., 1917, Major, 1919; Instr.,
2nd. ORC Presidio of San Francisco, 1917;

Comdr.. Co, K. :;r,2 Inf., ;»! ;i Olv., i;)17; Hail-
ed for Franco. 1918; A.E.F., Kranrp, Opera-
tions Officer, .362 Inf., St. Mlhlol and Meuse-
Argonne; Comdr., Ist Bn, .''.62 Inf., YproH-Lys
offensive (Belgium); Adj. IIf|. Troop.s (Cllg-
nancourt), DIst. of Parl.s fFranre), 1919;
ORC Inf., MaJ., 1921 ; Lieut. Colonel, Inf..
1926; Inspector Ocn., 40th Div. CNG, 1926-29;
Lieut. Colonel. Inf., and Asst. Chief of Staff,
G-3, Div., 1929-.34 (resigned).
Awards: U.S. Service Moflals, Mexican Bor-
der Expedition; World War Victory Medal,
A.E.F., France and Belgium, 4 bars and sil-
ver button.

Memberships: A.F. & A.M.; B.P.O.E.; A.T.O.
(college); Big 10 Univ. Club of San Fran-
cisco (Dir.); National Assn. of Cost Accoun-
tants (Past Chapter Pres.), Amer. Soc. of
Industrial Engrs., 8th District Univ. of M.
Alumni Clubs (Pres.); Rialto Post 203, Amer.
Legion (Past Commander).
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Fishing, gardening, photography.
Bus. Address: 525 Matson Bldg., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 145 No. Ellsworth St., San
Mateo, Calif.

QUIGLEY, George P.

Assistant Manager, Fidelity Mutual Life In-
surance Company.

Born: Boston (Mass.), Aug. 22, 1888; s. of
Elizabeth (O'Niell) and Wm. A. Quigley.
Education: Boston public schobls.
Married: Viola E., d. of Wm. P. Schlosser in
Los Angeles (Calif.), July 30, 1911.
Bus. Record: Executive Merchandise Manag-
er of dept. store (Columbus, Ohio), 1921-
30; Sales Manager, B.V.D. Corp. (N.Y.),
1930-35; entered life insurance business in
Los Angeles, 1935; now, Asst. Mgr., Fidelity
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Memberships: Leaders Club of Fidelity Mu-
tual Life Ins. Co. ; Lbs Angeles Quarter
Million Round Table (Pres.); Los Angeles
Life Underwriters Assn. ; Calif. Life Under-
writers Assn. ; Natl. Life Underwriters.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Reading, golf, flower growing.
Bms. Address: 510 W. Sixth St., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Home Address: 13141 Valley Vista Blvd..
North Hollywood, Calif. •

QUILLEN, Professor Isaac James,

A.B., M.A.

Associate Professor of Education at Stan-
ford University, Director of Social Studies
Curriculum at Menlo School and Junior

Born: Bishops (Maryland), Feb. 9, 1909; s.
of Ida Cecilia (Collins) and Isaac Edward


Education: Univ. of Delaware and Yale Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Delaware, 1929; M.

A., Yale Univ., 1932.

Married: Viola Harte, d. bf Elias Harry

Lewis, at Baltimore (Maryland), Nov. 5,


Prof. Record: Store Mgr., Atlantic and Pa-
cific Tea Co., 1929-30; Head of Social Stu-
dies Dept. of Selby%'ille Public Schools, 19o2-
34; Asst. Prof, of Social Sciences, Colo.



state College of Education, 1934-36; at
Stanford Univ. since 1936; Dir. of Social
Studies Curriculum at Menlo School and
Junior College; Co-Dir. of Stanford Social
Education Investigation.

Directorships: Executive Board, National
Council for the Social Studies; Co-Chmn. of
the Com. on Social Studies of the Com-
mission on Secondary School Curriculum of
the Progressive Education Assn.
Publications: Author of Colorado: The Peo-
ple and Their Govermnent (Allyn and Ba-
con), 1936; Co-Author of Challenge of Edu-
cation (McGraw-Hill), 1937; Utilization of
Community Resources in the Social Studies
(National Cbuncil for the Social Studies),
1938; Social Education (McMillan), 1939;
The Future of the Social Studies (Nation-
al Council for the Social Studies), 1939;
The Social Studies in, General Education (D.
Appleton-Century), 1940; Ten Communities
(Scott-Foresman), 1940; also contributor to
various professional journals.
Armij Record: R.O.T.C. at Univ. of Dela-
ware, 1925-29; 2nd. Lieut, in Reserve, from
1930 to 1940.

Memberships: Delta Psi, Phi Delta Kappa,
Kappa Delta Phi; Progressive Education
Assn., National Council for the Social Stu-
dies; Masonic Lodge.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Independent Democrat.
Recreations: Dancing, swimming, hiking,
tennis and fishing.

Bus. Address: Schbol of Education, Stan-
ford Univ., Calif.

Home Address: 745 Frenchman's Rd., Stan-
ford University, Calif.

OUINN, Irwin T., A.B.

Lawyer; State Senator.

Born: Humboldt County (Calif.), Feb. 1,

1887; s. of Mary (McNulty) and Patrick


Education: Clark, Table Bluff Grammar Sch.,

Fcrtuna Union High Sch., Kildale Private


Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Calif., 1911.

Married: Marian M., d. of Anna and John

Lawrence Murphy in Alameda (Calif.), June

15, 1929; ch.: two.

Prof. Record: After graduating from the
Univ. of Calif, was admitted to the prac-
tice of law in the State of Calif., 1911;
started practice in Eureka, Humboldt Coun-
ty where he has continued to date (general
practice, majoring in probate practice, con-
tractional, and all civil legal matters). Has
been State Senator for the Third Senatorial

Directorships: Secy., Klamath Realty Co.
Army Record: First Lieut., World War I,
Company K, 13th Infantry. Served for 21
months (was on the way to the front when
Armistice was declared).

Memberships: Amer. Legion, Elks, Kiwanis,
Knights of Columbus.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Fishing.

Bus. Address: First National Bank Bldg.,
Eureka, Calif.
Home Address: 2205 H St., Eureka, Calif. *


RAAB. Alexander, Mus.D.

Born: Raab (Hungary), March 14, 1882; s.
of Theresia and Martin Raab.
Education: Vienna (Austria) College. Studies
with Leschetizky.

Degrees: Mus.D., Mt. St. Mary's College
(Los Angeles, Calif.). Graduated with Bee-
thoven Prize from Conservatorium (Vienna,

Married: Elizabeth Constance (of Augsburg,
Bavaria), d. of Pauline (Osborne) and Julius

Prof. Record: Concert tours in England, Ger-
many, Austria, Hungary, Italy, Czechoslo-
vakia. Appeared as Soloist with leading or-
chestras in Europe and America.
Religion: Protestant. (Calvin).
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Reading, walking.
Home Address: 2516 Warring St., Berkeley,


Pianist; Assistant Music Director of the Phil-
adelphia Opera Company.
Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Dec. 5, 1915;
s. of Ella (Abrahams) and Herman Rachlin.
Education: Berlin (Germany) Curtis Inst.
of Music, received Diploma (Piano and Con-
ducting), 1937.

Prof. Record: Gave first public recital in
Los Angeles at the age of eight. Toured
Europe extensively, 1927-28, returned to Am-
erica, 1929. First Carnegie Hall recital, 1929,
then toured America, 1929-30 and entered
Curtis Inst, in 1930. Gave first Town Hall
recital in 1935 when he again toured Amer-
ica from 1936-39 (toured 12 European Coun-
tries, 1937-38). Was a Junior Faculty mem.,
Curtis Inst., studied conducting with Fritz
Reiner. Has conducted many Curtis broad-
casts and concerts as well as the little Sym-
phony Orchestra in Philadelphia. Is now the
Asst. Music Dir. of the Philadelphia Opera

Religion: Hebrew.

Recreaions: Tennis, swimming, color movies
(very enthusiastic about photography), ice
skating, and sailing.

Bus. Address: Curtis Inst, of Music, Philadel-
phia Opera Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Home Address: 1221 So. 56th St., Philadel-
phia, Pa.


Concert Pianist; Teacher.

Born: Odessa (Russia), 1895; s. of Anna
(Gherchuni) and Leon Rachmilovich, M.D.
Education: Univ. of Petrograd, and Imperial
Conservatory of Music in Pertograd, 1917.
Married: Maria, d. of Gregor Stepanoff
(Stepanova) in Petrograd.
Prof. Record: Conducted piano academy in
Paris (France).

Army Record: Officer of Russian Army till

Home Address: 2478 Hollyridge Dr., Holly-
wood, Calif.




Hank Clerk: WriliT.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.); d. of Elvira
(Malula) and Chris Radulovlch.
Education: Fresno Ilitih School, Central
Calif. Commercial ColleRe, Certificate holder
In Amor. Inst, of Banking.
Bits. Record: Prior to employment In the
bank, worked in various business firms in
San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Fresno. For
the past eight years has been employed at
the Security-First National Bank of Los An-
geles in Fresno.

Directorships: Board of Governors, Amer.
Inst, of Banking, Fresno (Calif.); Board of
Dlr. of International Inst., Fresno, of Jugo-
slav Publishing Co., San Francisco (Calif.);
Mem. of E.\ccutive Council of Slavonic Al-
liance of Calif., Inc.

Publications: Special correspondent for Ju-
goslav-Amer. Herald. (San Francisco) ; also
sends in weekly contributions of San Joaquin
Valley news written in the Jugoslav langu-
age; contributes special articles to American
Srbobran (Pittsburg, Pa.), and United Serb-
ians (Chicago, 111.).

Memberships: Slavonic Alliance of Calif.,
Inc. (Hon. Mem.), Legal Secretaries Assn.
of Fresno (Calif.), Amer. Inst, of Banking,
International Inst.
Religion: Serbian Orthodox.
Recreations: Music, reading, and writing.
Bus. Address: P.O. Box 1632, Fresno, Calif.
Home Address: 127 Effie St., Fresno, Calif.

RAGSDALE. Stephen Albert

Writer; Pioneer-Founder and Owner of Desert
Center, Calif.

Born: Coffeyville (Kan.), June 16, 1882; s.
of Phoebe Ann (Simmons) and James J.

Married: Lydia Isabel, d. of Christine and
David K. Hurst, at Pineville (Mo.), Dec. 23,
1906; ch.: Thurman Carl, Herbert Waldo,
Thelma Romona, Stanley Ernest.
Bus. Record: Real Estate Operator (Coalinga
and Taft, Calif.), 1908-09; Secy., Board of
Trade (Redlands, Calif.), 1910-11; improved
homestead on Colorado River (Palo Verde
Valley, Calif.), 1912; bought, sold, and farm-
ed extensive cotton acreage (Palo Verde
Valley), 1912-20. In 1921, migrated to center
of the Chuccawalla Desert, pioneered 50
miles from closest human habitation. Found-
ed the highway village of Desert Center.
Personally bought, built, and maintained four
different school houses for children of the
village. In 1938, ceased personal business
management, designated his son as Employee-
Manager. Took up writing as profession.
Living in self-imposed isolation on Santa
Rosa Mountain Peak (8,046 ft. elev.) dur-
ing summer, and Desert Cliffs during winter,
continuing to write, 1941 — . Active as Law
Enforcement Officer, with 30 years continu-
ous service as Special Deputy Sheriff (River-
side County, Calif.).

Publications: Philosophies and Sayings of
Desert Steve; We American Voters Demand
True Americanism; Beyond the Horizon
(ready for publication). Numerous poems,
newspaper, and magazine articles.
Memberships: California State U.S. 60 High-
way Assn. (Past Pres., Organizer and sup-
porter); National Dir., U.S. 60 Highway
Assn., U.S. 93 (Canada to Mexico) High-
way Assn. (Organizer and Supporter).


Religirm: Formerly ordained Methwllst Min-

Politics: Republican (anti-New Deal).
Home AddrcMs: 1(K)1 Main St. Desert Center
Calif., and Santa Rosa Mt. Peak, via Keen
Camp, Calif.

RALSTON. Jackson Harvey,

LL.B., LL.D.

Lawyer (retired).

Born: .Sacramento (Calif.), Feb. 6, 1857; s.

of Harriet Newell (Jackson) and James

Harvey Ralston.

Education: Private instruction, tutoring; and
San Francisco High School.
Degrees: LL.B., Georgetown U. Law .School,
1876; LL.D., National U. Law School, 1897.
Married: (1) Sara B. (deceased, Feb. 8,
1937), d. of Sara D. T. and John W. Ran-
kin, at Keokuk (Iowa), June 1, 1887. (2)
Opal v.. d. of Delia B. and John W. Ralston,
at San Diego (Calif.), Oct. 3, 19.38.
Prof. Record: Admitted to bar, June 1, 1876;
Attorney, American Federation of Labor for
26 years. American Agent, Pious Fund of
the Californias, United States vs. Mexico,
at the Hague (first case heard there in in-
ternational arbitration), 1902; Umpire, Ital-
ian-Venezuelan Mi.xed Claims Commission at
Caracas (Venezuela), 1903; American Coun-
sel, Landreau Case, U.S. vs. Peru, heard at
London (England), 1922. Member from Mary-
land, Democratic National Convention meet-
ing, Denver (Colo.), 1908; Democratic Elec-
tor California, 1932; Lecturer, Stanford U.,

Directorships: Home Foundation Building and
Loan Assn. (Palo Alto, Calif.).

Publications: Agent's report, Pious Fund
Case (U.S. (Jovernment), 1902; Venezuelan
Arbitrations of 1903 (U.S. Government),
1904; French- Venezuelan Mixed Claims Com-
mission Report under Protocol of 1902, 1906;
U.S. Government. International Arbitral Law
and Procedure (Ginn & Co., Boston), 1910;
Democracy's International Law (John Byrne
& Co., Washington, D.C.), 1922; Law and
Procedure of International Tribunals (Stan-
ford U. Press), 1926 (with Supplement,
1936); What's Wrong with Taxation? (In-
gram Foundation), 1931; International Arbi-
tration fron Athens to Locarno (Stanford U.
Press), 1929; Le Droit International de la
Democratic (Giiard, Paris), 1923; A Quest
for International Order (John Byrne & Co ,
Washington, D.C.), 1941.

Memberships: A.F.&A.M.; Cosmos Club
(Washington, D.C.); Commonwealth Club
(San Francisco); PEN (San Francisco).
Aivards: Gran Oficial de la Orden del Liber-
tador, Venezuela, 1928.
Politics: Democrat.

Home Address: 1055 Cowper St., Palo Alto,

RALSTON. Lee Walter, B.S.

College Executive; Coordinator. Coalinga Ex-
tension Center, Fresno State College.
Born: Redlands (Calif.), Sept. 15, 1905; s.
of Martha Arm (Wilson) and Mack T. Rals-

Education: Public Schools in Redlands; Calif.
Inst, of Tech., 1927; graduate work at Univ.
of Calif. (Berkeley), and Univ. of Calif. (Los
Angeles) .

Degrees: B.S., Calif. Inst, of Tech., 1927-


Married: Wilma Rowena d. of Lou Anna
(Patterson) and George Lee Allen in Los
Angeles, Aug. 12. 1931; ch.: Ann Lee, Allen
Walter and William Alexander.
Prof. Record: Took a training course of
Standard Gasoline Co. of Calif, in 1927.
Dir of Petroleum Technology Dept. of Coai-
Sga Extension Center in 1937, Dean of Men,
1938; Co-ordinator of the Coalmga Exten-
sion Center, 1939.

Army Record: First Lieut., Engr. Res. Com-
mission in organized Reserve Corps.
Memberships: Lions; API; Sigma Alpha Pi.

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Swimming, fishing, badminton,

and golf.

Bus. Address: Extension Center, Coalmga,

CaUf. „ ,.

Home Address: 321 E. Elm St., Coalmga.


RAMELLI, Rudolph F.

Custodian, Vinton Branch of the Plumas
County Free Library.

Born: Vinton (Calif.), Jan. 26 1890; s. of
Adelina (Guscetti) and Emilio RamelU.
Education: From Public Schools in Vinton

Married: Nellie Gertrude, _d. «« May (Ward)
and Kenneth Williams m (Thico ((Talif ),
Feb 8 1913; ch.: Lloyd Rudolph, Lester E.,
vllma A., Helen M., Nellie G., Theodore
W., Edith E.

Bus. Record: Took over a ranch near Vinton
in 1913, has operated it since. Has served
on the Board of Trustees of the Sierra Val-
ley Joint Union High School since 1928, as
Pres of the Board' most of the time: was
one of the Organizers of the Plumas-Sierra
Rural Electric co-operative, 1937, served as
Pres of the Board of Dir. during the organ-
ization, construction and first year of opera-
tion; has also been a Member of the Board
of Dir of the Plumas County Chamber of
Commerce since its organization 15 years
ago- has been Custodian of the Vinton
Branch of the Plumas County Free Library
since 1924.

Directorships: Pres., Board of Dir., Plumas
County Fair Assn., Board of Trustees Sierra
Valley Joint Union High School District;
Secy, of Sierra Valley Grange and of the
Plumas-Sierra Pomona Grange (9 yrs.J ■
District Deputy of the Calif. State Grange
for this District (6 yrs.).
Memberships: Grange, Loyal ton Rotary Club.
Politics: Progressive.

Recreations: Stamps, photos; library (local
history and geology).
Bus. and Home Address: Vinton, Calif.

RAMP. James Henry. A.B., M.A.

Interviewer, California State Employment

Born: Canton (111.). Aug. 20, 1898; s. of
Rosetta May (Seitz) and Clarence Ramp.
Education: Univ. of Minn.; Univ. of Tulane;
Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: A.B.. Univ. of Minn., 1923; M.A.,
Univ. of Calif., 1931.

prof. Record: World travel 1924-30; Musk:
and Literary Critic, New Orleans Item Tri-
bune, 1925-26; Critic of poetry section of

League bf Amer. Penwomen, San Francisco
(Calif.), and of Young Writers Round Table;
English Instr., 1931-33; Asst. Sup. of Adult
Education, 1934-36; Script Writer and Pro-
gram Mgr. for KGU. Honolulu (T.H.) : Inter-
viewer in State Employment Service, 193^-.
Past Pres., League of Western Writers, San

Publications: Poetry: Afterwhiles (Herald
Press) 1918, The Feet of Beauty (Pacific
Press),' 1928, This Fierce Heart (Mercury
Press), 1936; Comedy: The Grand Ulusion

(produced San Francisco), 1936.

Navy Record: U.S.N.R.F., 1918-21 (Seaman).

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Bridge and fishing.

Bus. Address: 1690 Mission St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 25 Gough St.. San Francisco,


RAMSAY. Professor Robert Ewart.

A.B., A.M., M.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.A.P.

Professor of Pediatrics, College of Medical

Born: Glasgow (Scotland), Sept. 18. 1876;
f Of Eliza (Ewart) and Charles Ramsay.
Education: Fall River (Mass.); Harvard

Degrees: A.B., 1899 M.A., 1907, Harvard;
MD., Univ. of So. Cahf., 1917.
Married: (1) Sarah D. Linnell, 1904. (2)
Marie R. Weindorft 1912; ch : Robert L.
Ramsay, Frances D. (Mrs. C. B. Hills),
Mary L. (Mrs. W. J. Caldwell).
Prof Record: Specialist in diseases of child-
fenfone of three Founders of the Childrens
and Babies Hosp. of Los Angeles; Past Vice-
Prps of the Los Angeles Co. Med. Assn.,
p[st' Pres Of the Stiff of the Huntington
Memorial Hospital, also of the Southwestern
Pediatric Soc; Prof, of Pediatrics, College of
Medical Evangelists.

Directorships: Founder Meniber of me Bd^
of Dir., Childrens and Babies HosP (Los
Angeles) ; Trustee. Boys and Girls Aid Soc.
of Pasadena; Consulting Pfdiatrician to
Pasadena Pub. Schs.; Sr Attending Pedia-
trician, Los Angeles Co. Hosp., also of Hun-
tington Memorial Hospital (Pasadena) ; Pres.,
Bd of Dir., Pasadena Cafeteria Assn. (pub-
lic schools).

Publications: Various articles on the care
and nutrition of children.
Memberships: Fellow «f ^ the American Col-
lege of Physicians, and the Arner. Acad, of
Pediatrics; Licentiate of the Amer. Bd. of
Pediatrics; Univ. Club of Pasadena.
Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf; desert trips; wood-work-
ing. _
Bus. Address: 65 No. Madison Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

Home Address: 764 Michigan Blvd., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

RAND, Carl Wheeler, A.B., M.A., M.D.

Physician, Surgeon.

Born: Monson (Mass.), April 8 1886; s of
Jenny (Peck) and Nehemiah Wheeler Rand.
Education: Monson Acad. (Mass.); Williams



Coll.; Johns Hopkins Univ. Sch. of Medicine.
Degrees: A.B., 1908, cind IVI.A., 1909, Wil-
liams Coll.; M.D., Johns Hoplcins U., 1912.
Married: Katherine (Humphrey); ch.: Sara
Ellen, Elizabeth, Robert Wheeler, and Jenny.
Prof. Record: Has been practicing medicine
In California since Jan., 1916.
Publications: Forty-four articles on neuro-
surgical subjects which have appeared in vari-
ous med. pubis.; chapter on Head Injuries
in Christopher's Textbook of Surgery (W. B.
Saunders Co.).

Army Service: First Lieut., Casual Officers'
Detachment, Med. Res. Corps, Nov., 1917.
Memberships: Sigma Nu, Phi Beta Kappa.
Religion : Congregational .

Bus. Address: 523 W. Sixth St., Los Angeles,

Home Address : 140 So. Norton Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

RANDALL. Charles Hiram

Legislator (retired).

Born: Auburn (Neb.), July 23, 1865; s. of
Sarah F. (Schooley) and Elias J. Randall.
Education: Common Schools of Nebraska.
Married: (1) May F., d. of Ruth and Sam-
uel B. Stanley in Gardner (111.), Nov. 14,
1885 (dec, 1931); ch.: Violet V. Cassels.
(2) Edith B. Leake, Nov. 24, 1932 (dec,
1940) .

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