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liams Coll.

Married: (1) Carolyn (Morse), (deceased.
May 11, 1913), at Medford (Mass.), June
28, 1904; ch.: John Morse (b. 1909). (2)
Marian Goddard (Hussev) at Philadelphia
(Pa.), June 25, 1919; ch.: Dorothy Helen
(b. 1920).

Prof. Record: Asst. in Biology, Williams Coll.,
1900-02; Prof, of Biolog>', Cbll. of Charles-
ton, 1903-14; Dir., Cliarleston Museum,
1903-20; Instr., Marine Biological Lab.,
1906-11; Prof, of Embryology and Phvsiology,
1911-19, Prof, of Embryology, 1919-20, Med.
Coll. of the State of S.C; Dir., Cleveland
Mus. Nat. Hist., 1920-28: Exec. Officer,
Pa. Mus. Art., 1929; Consultant to Advisory
Group on Mus. Ed., Carnegie Corp., 1930-
32; Dir., Santa Barbara Mus. Nat. Hist.,



1933-36; retired in 1936 and is now doing
research on fungi, especially of Calif.; has
been a Mem., Amer. Assn. of Museums
since 1906 (Secy, and Ed., Proceedings, 1907-
17, Pres., 1919-21); Pres., Ohio Acad.,
Science, 1925-26; former Ed., Bull. Chas.
Mus. and Contributions from Chas. Mus.
Publications: Directory of American Muse-
ums (Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci.), 1910; The Mu-
seum and the Community (Science Press),
1932; sundry papers on museum history, ad-
ministration, ednl. worlc, etc. in various
journals. Annual Reports on ednl. work of
American Museums, in Annual Report U.S.
Commr., Ed., 1912-16.

Army Service: Vice-Dir., War Saving for
S.C, 1917-19.

Home Address: 436 E. Padre St., Santa
Barbara, Calif.

REA, Robert

Chief Librarian, San Francisco Pub. Libr.
Born: San Francisco, 1877.
Prof. Record: Asst. Librarian, 1905-12, has
been Chief Librarian since 1912.
Directorships: Secy., Bd. Of Libr. Examiners
of Calif.

Memberships: Amer. Libr. Assn.; Calif.
Libr. Assn. (Pres., 1936-37).
Bus. Address: Public Library, San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 715 Page St., San Francis-
co, Calif,

READ, Frederick William. B.S.

Assistant General Manager, California Fruit

Born: Nashua (N.H.), Dec. 4, 1892; s. of
Anne (McKay) and Albert Read.
Education: Public, grammar and high
schools, Boston (Mass.); Mass. Agricultural

Degrees: B.S., Mass. Agricultural Coll.,
1914; Post grad. work Harvard Univ., 1914-
15 (School of Arts and Sciences).
Married: Mary, d. of Catherine (Gillis) and
Roderick McDonald, in Boston (Mass.), Oct.
7, 1916; ch.: Doris (Mrs. John W. Smith),
Barbara, Roderick.

Prof. Record: Connected with U.S. Dept. of
Agriculture at Philadelphia, Chicago, Kan-
sas City and Jacksonville, 1915-18; moved
to Los Angeles, 1918; with same Organiza-
tion, 1918-20; Chief, Bureau of Fruit and
Vegetable Standardization, Calif. State
Dept. of Agr. 1920-23; employed by Calif.
Fruit Exchange as Standardization and Adv.
Mgr., since 1923. Made Asst. Gen. Mgr.,
April, 1940—.

Publications: Contributor to various agri-
cultural publications throughout U. S. for
many years.

Memberships: State Chamber of CX)mmerce;
Sutter Club of Sacramento.
Politics: Democrat (former Vice-Chairman,
Sacramento Co. Dem. Central Com.); Cam-
paign Mgr. for Congressman Frank H. Buck
past 8 yrs. ; member various democratic or-
ganizations; active in local, state and nat.

Bus. Address: P.O. Box 2038, Sacramento,

Home Address: 3240 H St., Sacramento,
Calif. *

READ. Harlan Eugene. A.B.


Born: Jacksonville (111.), May 7, 1880; s.
of Clara (Woods) and Justus Read.
Education: Whipple Acad. (Jacksonville,
111.); 111. Coll.; Oxford Univ. (England).
Degrees: A.B., Illinois College, 1902.
Married: Edna, d. of John F. Hatch, in
Griggsville (111.), June 5, 1908; ch.: John
H., Katherine.

Prof. Record: Ed., Business Monthly Maga-
zine, and Auditor, Brown's 22 Bus. Coll.,
1903-08; owner of 7 of these colls., 1909-
25; also Writer and Editor of text books
and Contributor to many newspaper syndi-
cate features; Editor, commercial texts for
Macmillan Co. since 1922; conducted St.
Louis Forum, 1920. Radio News Commen-
tator, since 1933.

Publications: Alarm Talks, 1910; A Beggar
or a King, 1911; Read's Salesmanship, 1911;
Ambition Talks, 1912; Essays for Workers,
1913; Inheritance, 1918; Read's World His-
tory Chart, 1920; Answer to the Kaiser,
1920; O'Connor and Finkelstein, 1921; Book-
keeping and Accounting (with C. J. Har-
vey), 1924; Rapid Calculation (with S. W.
Fox), 1925; Thurman Lucas, 1929; Mike
and Mary, 1931.

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa; Authors
League (New York) ; Authors Club (Los
Angeles) .

Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Touring, fishing.
Home Adress: 12259 Gorham, Los Angeles,
Calif. *

REAGOR. The Reverend William
Paul. A.B., D.D.

Pastor, First Christian Church.
Born: Winder (Ga.), Oct. 13, 1894; s. of
Emma S. (Elder) and W. F. Reagor.
Education: Reed Coll. (Portland, Ore.);
Transylvania Coll. and Coll. of the Bible
(Lexington, Ky.); Univ. of Washington

Degrees: A.B., Transylvania Coll., Coll. of
the Bible, 1917; D.D., Coll. of Puget Sound,

Married: Madge Florence, d. of F. W. Bee-
man, in Tacoma (Wash.), Feb. 21, 1921;
ch.: Margaret May (b. 1923), Marilyn Ruth
(b. 1927).

Prof. Record: Chaplain, U.S. Navy, 1918-19;
Pastor, McKinley Park Christian Church
(Tacoma, Wash.), 1919-22; Pastor, First
Christian Church (same), 1922-29; pastor.
First Christian Church (Oakland, Calif.)
since March, 1929.

Directorships: Pres., California Council of
Churches; Chmn., Com. of 100 of the Natl.
Christian Mission.
Memberships: Rotary (Oakland).
Religion: Protestant (Disciples of Christ).
Politics: Independent.
Recreations: Golf, gardening.
Bus. Address: 111 Fairmount St., Oakland,

Home Address: 123 Ricardo, Piedmont,
Calif. *



REDEWILL, Francis H.,

B.S., M.A., M.D.

Horn: VallojU (C.illf.), May 29, 1879: s. of
Nellie (Clark) and Augustus Rodewlll.
Education: HlRh school (Vallejo, CuUf.);
Univ. of Calif.: Johns Hopkins; student,
Paris and Berlin (1910-11).
Degrees: U.S., Univ. of Calif., 1902; M.D.,
Johns Hopkins, 1906; M.A. In Anatomy, Univ.
of Calif., 1928.

Married: Helena Munn, May 18, 1911; ch.:
Francis H., Martha Lavina.
Prof. Record: Interne, Charleston (W.Va.)
Hosp., 1906; Asst. Surgeon with Dr. I. T.
Butler (Brooklyn, N.Y.), 1907; in research
work, U.S. Army (Fort Bayard, N.M.),
1907; in practice at Phoenix (Ariz.); Asst.
Chief Surgeon, S.P.R.R.; Attending Physi-
cian, U.S. Indian Sch. and Attending Sur-
geon, Ariz. State Hosp., 1907-09; Operator
of Desert Inn Sanatorium (Phoenix), 1913-
23; Asst. in Urology, Univ. of Calif. Med.
Sch., 1923-26.

Directorships: Chmn., Recreational Council,
Community (Thest.

Publications: Has cbntributed many ar-
ticles to medical journals.
Memherships: Founder, Organizer and First
Pres., Am. Physicians' Art Assn.; Pres.,
San Francisco Art Society; Secy., San Fran-
cisco Interchange Club; Amer. Medical
Assn.; Amer. Urological Assn.; Amer. Neis-
serian Assn.; Medical Soc, State of Calif.;
San Francisco Co. Med. Soc. ; Calif. Acad,
of Sciences; Pres., Service Clubs Council;
Elks; Knights of Columbus; Commonwealth
(Chmn., Drama Sect.).
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Republican.

Bms. Address: 521-36 Flood Bldg., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 2201 Sacramento St., San
Francisco, Calif. •

REDNER, (Mrs. Robert) Edna Gregg,

Mus.B., A.B., M.A.
Writer and Pianiste.

Born: Springdale (Ark.); d. of Frances Caro-
line (Daily) and Benson Watson Gregg.
Education: Springdale Academy (Ark.);
Univ. of Ark. (Fayetteville) ; Amer. Con-
servatory of Music (Chicago) ; Walter Sprv
Schl. of Piano (Chicago) ; Univ. of Calif.
(Los Angeles) ; Univ. of So. Calif. (Los An-
geles) .

Degrees: Mus.B., Univ. of Ark.; A.B.,
U.C.L.A., M.A., U.S.C.

Married: Dr. Leo Rbbert Redner, at Salt
Lake City (Utah): ch.: Dr. L. Robert Red-
ner, Jr., Frances Redner Deuel.
Prof. Record: Concert Pianiste, Small Sym-
phony Orchestra (Columbia Co., Wash.),
Chautauqua and Lyceum work.
Directorships: Pres., Philharmonic Soc.
Dayton (Wash.) 1915-20; Vice-Pres.. Ladies'
Musical Club (Wenatchee, Wash.), 1924-25;
First Vice-Pres., Internatl. Women's Club (Los
Angeles), 1936-41.

Publications: Author of light verse, short
stories, and Composer of songs (both words
and music).

Memberships: Amer. Assn. of Univ. Women:
Beethoven Club; Internatl. Woman's Club:
Daughters of the Amer. Revolution; Daugh-

ters of the Amer. Colf)nist.s; Twi-ntloth Cen-
tury Club: Writer's Club.
Religion : Presbyterian .

Recreationa: Reading, travel, club work.
Home Address: 2.328 Seventh St., Bremerton,

Other Address: .3.30 So. Chandler Ave., Mon-
terey Park, Calif.

REDNER. Jr., L. Robert. M.D.

Born: Dayton (Washington); s. of Edna
(Gregg) and L. R. Redner, M.D.
Education: Los Angeles City College; Utah
State Univ.; Univ. of Calif. (Los Angeles);
Univ. of So. Calif.; Univ. of So. Calif. Med-
ical School: Interne, San Bernardino County
Hospital (Calif.).

Married; Mabel Lowell, d. of H. L. Averill,
In Las Vegas (Nev.).

Memberships: Sigma Chi, Nu Sigma Nu.

Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations : Swimming, fishing, pistol shoot-

Home Address: 330 So. Chandler Ave., Mon-
terey Park, Calif.

REDNER, Leo Robert. M.D.


Born: Philadelphia (Pa.), Nov. 28, 1885; s.
of Ottilia (Beutler) and A. B. Redner.
Education: Valparaiso Univ. (Valparaiso,
Ind.); Med. Dept., Univ. of Mich.; Med.
Dept., Univ. of Chicago.

Degrees: M.D., Rush Medical Coll., Univ.
of Chicago.

Married: Edna, d. of Frances C. and B.
W. Gregg, in Salt Lake City (Utah); ch. :
Dr. Leo Robert, Jr.; Frances (Mrs. Deuel).
Prof. Record: Has always been in the prac-
tice of medicine, now confining his practice
to eye, ear, nose, and throat.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Hunting and fishing.
Bms. and Home Address: 2328 Seventh St.,
Bremerton, Wash.

Other Address: 330 So. Chandler Ave., Mon-
terey Park, Calif.

REDWINE. Kent Hiram. LL.B.
Assemblyman, Lawyer.

Born: Salmon City (Idaho), April 10, 1898;
s. of Olivia (Macnab) and Hiram G. Red-

Education: Hollywood High School; Stan-
ford Univ.; Univ. of So. Calif.
Degrees: LL.B., Univ. of So. Calif., 1922.
Married: Jean, d. of Elise H. Easton, in
Santa Barbara (Calif.), April 25, 1931; ch.:
Peter, Robin.

Prof. Record: Practicing Attv. since Sept.
10, 1921; Mem., Calif. State Leg., 1933-41.
Army Service: In U.S. Army during World
War I.

Memberships: Phi Alpha Delta; Mason

(Holly^vood Lbdge No. 355); Shriner; Amer.

Legion (Hollj'wood Post).

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Hunting, fishing, golf.



Bus. Address: 1618 No. Las Palmas, Holly-
wood, Calif.

Home Address: 4619 Alta Caftada Ave., La
Cafiada, Calif., and 2846 Westshire Dr., Los
Angeles, Calif. *

REDWINE, Wendell Earl, A.B.

District Atty., Riverside Co.
Born: Dodeville (Mo.), Jan. 20, 1894; s. of
Dora (McPeak) and C. C. Redwine.
Education: Public schs.. Riverside (Calif.);
Southwestern Univ.; Stanford Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Stanford Univ., 1919.
Married: Dorothy Enid, d. of Charles Mc-
Kenzle, in Los Angeles (Calif.), Aug. 6,

Prof. Record: Law Llbr., Stanford U., 1919-
20; Ins. E.xaminer. Bd. of Fire Underwriters
of the Pacific. 1921; Asst. Chief, Rehabilita-
tion Div., U.S. Veterans Bur., Los Angeles
(Calif.), 1922-23; admitted to Calif. Bar
1921- Pvt. Law Practice, 1924-25; Deputy
Dist. Atty., Riverside Co., 1925-27; Chief
Deputy, 1928-31; Dist. Atty., Riverside Co.
since 1931; Pres., Riverside Co. Bar Assn.,
1937; Pres., Calif. Dist. Attys. Assn., 1940;
Vice-Pres., Calif. Dist. Attys. Assn., 1939.
Directorships: Pres., Zone One, Dist. Attys.
of So. Calif., 1940-41.

Publications: Hand-Booh for California Peace
Officers, 1938.

Membershivs: Past Exalted Ruler, B.P.O.
Elks (Riverside) ; Al Malaikah Shrine, Scot-
tish Rite, Knight Templar, Royal Arch IVla-
sons, Evergreen Lodge, F. and A. Masons;
Kiwanis, Victoria (Riverside) ; Gamma Eta
Kappa, Delta C3il.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Horseback riding, hunting,
and fishing.

Bus. Address: Court House, Riverside, Calif.
Home Address: 5090 Rockledge Dr., River-
side, Calif. *

REED, The Reverend Cass Arthur,

B.S., B.D., M.A., Ed.D., D.D.
Educator ; Pastor, Pilgrim Congregational

Born: Port Huron (Mich.), Nov. 25, 1884;
s. of Anna V. (Kelly) and Arthur Lucius

Education: Whittier High Sch.; Pomona
Coll.; Union Theological Seminary (New
York) ; Columbia Univ. ; Harvard Univ.
Degrees: B.S., Pomona Coll., 1906; B.D.,
Union Theol. Sem., 1911; M.A., Columbia
Univ., 1911; M.A., 1912, and Ed.D., 1921,
Harvard Univ.; D.D. (Hon.), Pomona Coll.,

Married: Rosalind C, d. of Pres. Alexander
MacLachlan, D.D., in Smyrna (Turkey),
May 13, 1916; ch.: Arthur Lachlan, How-
ard A., and Joan Anna.

Prof. Record: Instr., Japanese Govt. Schs.,
Yamaguchi (Japan), 1906-08; Pastor's Asst.,
Pres., Church on Univ. Place (New York),
1908-11; Fellow, Andover Sem., 1911-12; Prof.,
1912-36, Dean, 1914-26, and Pres., 1926-36, In-
ternational Coll., Smyrna (Turkey) ; Visiting
Prof., Amer. Univ. of Beirut, 1934-35; Pastor,
Pilgrim Congregational Church, Pomona (Cal-
if.), since 1936.

Directorships: Whittier Natl. Trust and Sav-
ings Bank, Whittier (Calif).

Memberships: Kiwanis, Cleric (Los Angeles) ;
Masons; Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Kap-

Religion: Congregational (Ordained Minis-

Politics: Republican.

BUS. Address: Pilgrim Congregational Church,
Pomona, Calif. Study: 115 E. Pasadena St.,
Pomona, Calif.

Home Address: 580 Columbia Ave., Pomo-
na, Calif.

REED, Henry Carlyle

Newspaperman; Bus. Mgr., Reed-DeBurn Co.
Born: Glendale (Ariz.), July 9, 1915; s. of
Blanche (List) and Henry C. Reed.
Education: Arizona State Coll.
Married: Helen lone, d. of Mrs. Ola Sals-
man Herron, in Deming (N.M.), July 17,
1937; ch.: Carolyn lone.

Bus. Record: Joined The Glendale (Ariz.)
News as Asst. Mgr., 1934; became Asst. Mgr.,
then Bus. Mgr. of Reed-DeBurn Co. in 1938,
which position he now holds ; is also Managing
Ed., El Cajon Valley News.
Directorships: Vice-Pres., El Cajon Valley
Chamber of Comm.

Publications: Reed-DeBurn Co., publishers of
La Mesa Scout, El Cajon Valley News, Valley
and Mountain News, Lemon Grove News,
and Encanto Beacon.

Memberships: Rotary, 20-30, Toastmasters.
Religion : Baptist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis and bowling.
Bus. Address: 237 West Main St., El Cajon,
Calif., and 8109 La Mesa Blvd., La Mesa,

Home Address: Orange at Palm Ave., EI
Cajon, Calif.

REED, Henry Clay

Newspaperman; (Sen. Mgr., Reed-DeBurn Co.
Born: Near Bowling Green (Ky.), March 20,
1876; s. of Margaret (Smith) and Garrett

Married: Blanche, d. of Minnen List, in
Glendale (Ariz.), June 20, 1914; ch.: Carlyle
Reed, Ralph (by previous marriage), Ruth
Dolan (first girl to be born in Imperial Co.),
and Rhetta Potter.

Bus. Record: Entered a print shop as boy
apprentice in Eddyville (Ky.); traveled to
Texas and New Mexico, working on news-
papers; in comml. print shops in San Diego
and Los Angeles, 1900; assbciated with W.
F. Holt (established first newspaper in Im-
perial Valley, Imperial Press, by shipping
equipment from Los Angeles to Flowing
Wells and trucking it by mule team to Im-
perial townsite, where foundation and floor
were laid, equipment unloaded on floor, and
house built around it), watched the first
water for irrigation of Imperial Valley enter
the townsite, July, 1901; left in 1903, but
returned in 1904 to establish the Imperial
Standard (later sold to W. F. Holt); oper-
ated comml. printing plant in San Diego;
operated plant for Cananea Consolidated
Copper Co. (Mexico); to Phoenix (Ariz.),
year later to Glendale (near Phoenix), where
he published the Glendale News for twenty-
six yrs. (until 1937), during which time he
was Vice-Pres. of Ariz. Newspaper Assn.;
is now Ed. and Gen. Mgr. of Reed-DeBurn
Co. newspapers, La Mesa (C^if.).



riihlii-iitv»!n: Editor of La Mcsn Smut, Kl

Cajon Valley News, Lemon Grove-Encanto

Nc W.I- Beacon.

Memberships: Rotary, Klvvanis, Mason, O.E.S.

Religion: Baptist.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 8109 La Mesa Blvd., La Mesa,


Home Address: 8349 University, La Mesa,


REED, Professor Howard Sprague,

A.B., Ph.D., F.A.A.A.S.

Prof, of Plant Physiology, Univ. of Calif.
Born: North East (Pa.), Aug. 6, 1876; s. of
Emma Gertrude (Sprague) and Joseph Har-
lan Reed.

Education: Univ. of Mich.; Univ. of Mo.
Married: Hannah (Dewey), Aug. 17, 1904
(deceased July 5, 1939).

Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Mich., 1903; Ph.D.,
Univ. of Mo., 1907.

Prof. Record: Asst. in Plant Phvsiologv,
Univ. of Mich., 1899-1903; Instr. in "Botany.
Univ. of Mo., 1903-06; Expert in Soil Fer-
tility, Bur. of Soils. U.S. Dept, of Agr.,
1906-08; Prof, of Mycology and Bacteriology,
Va. Poly. Inst., and Plant Pathologist, Va.
Agrl. E.xpt. Sta., 1908-15; Prof. Plant Physiol-
ogy, Univ. of Calif. Citrus Expt. Sta. (River-
side, Calif.), 1915-35; Prof, of Plant Physiol-
ogy, Inst, de Botanique (Geneva, Switzerland),
1930; University of California, 1935 — . Mem-
ber, Ninth Internat. Horticultural Congress
(London, Eng.), 1930, Third Internat. Con-
gress of Comparative Pathology (Athens,
Greece), 1936.

Publications: Asso. Ed., Univ. of Calif.,
Pubis, in Agrl. Science, 1922-35; Mem.,
Council of Edtl. Bd. of Growth, since 1936;
Manual of Bacteriology, 1914; What Can
Biology Contribute to the World of Today?
1923; La Nature de la Croissance, 1933; also
about 150 papers on plant physiology and

Awards: Bronze Medal, SociSte Nationale
d'Acclimatation de France, 1935; Corr., Mu-
seum National d'Histoire Naturelle de France.

Memberships: Fellow, Amer. Assn. Advance-
ment of Science (Exec. Oim., Pacific Div.
since 1938) ; Amer. Soc. Biol. Chemists, Bot.
Soc. Amer. (Chmn., Physiol, section, 1938),
Western Soc. Naturalists (Pres., 1923), Phv-
topathological Soc. (Pres., Pacific Div., 1921-
22), Western Soc. Soil Science (Secy., 1926-
28), Amer. Soc. Naturalists, Soc. Linneenne
de Lyon, Inst. Sieroterapico Milanese; Facul-
ty (Berkeley) ; Sigma Xi.
Religion : Presbyterian .

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

Home Address: 3044% Telegraph Ave., Ber-
keley, Calif.

REED, James Ross,

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

Born: Near Erie (Pa.), Feb. 24, 1880; s. of
Candace Eliza (Blair> and John Grubb Reed.
Education: Millcreek Public School No. 10;
Erie High School; Univ. of Michigan.
Degrees: A.B., 1903, M.D., 1905, U. of Mich.
Married: (1) Nina K., d. of Edmund B.

nilnn, at Pa.sadona (Calif.), 1!J10. (2i ,M;ir-
garct V. Macey, at Pasadena, 3914; ch.:
John Edmund, James Ross, Jos. Arthur,
Wm. Hugh (deceased), David Morrison, Ed-
ward Angle.

Prof. Record: Served l>/4 yrs., Carney Hos-
pital (.South Boston, Mass.), 190.5-06; Interne
and House Surgeon, New York Eye and Ear
Infirmary, ^[V^ yrs., I^XH-OS: canie to Pasa-
dena 'Calif.). Oct., 1908, .serving as to
Dr. Roberts until Jan., 1911, at which time
opened own office. Has engaged in private
practice since 1911—. Was Asst. Eye Surgeon,
Broadway Clinic 'connected with U. of So.
Calif.), 1909-12; also Asst. Eye Surgeon on
Staff, Los Angeles County General Hospital,
until 1927. Is Member of Staffs of Huntington
Memorial and St. Luke Hospitals (Pasadena)
as Ophthalmic Surgeon. Was Chief of Staff,
Pasadena (nbw Huntington Memorial) Hos-
pital about 1921. Fellow, American College
of Surgeons.

Publications: Medical articles.

Army Service: Captain, Medical Corps, U.S.
Army, 1918.

Memberships: University Club (Pasadena);
Sigma Phi Epsilon (Michigan).
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Motoring, mountain climbing.
Bus. Address: 201 No. El Molino Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

Home Address: 620 E. Calaveras, Altadena,
Calif. •

REED, Merrill Alonzo, LL.B.

Publisher, Lithographer.

Born: Greenfield (Mass.), Aug. 30, 1880;

s. of Lillian Beulah (Miner) and Merrill

Pease Reed.

Education: Harvard Univ.; Mass. Inst, of

Tech.; McLeod Sch. of Art and Design;

Univ. of Ore., Law Dept.

Degrees: LL.B., Univ. of Ore., 1916.

Married: Inez Nelia, d. of Absalom Frank,

in Los Angeles (Calif.), April 27. 1931; ch.:

Ruth (Reed) Cornell, and Lillian (Reed)


Bus. Record: Artist, Los Angeles Times,
Los Angeles Herald, 1905; Artist- Writer,
San Francisco Examiner, part of 1905 and
1906; Pres., Reed Advtg. Co., Inc., 1908-14;
Publisher, Boatman and Motorship Journal,
1914; Pres., Motorship Construction Co. (Ship
and Boatbuilders), 1915-20; Technical Ed.,
The Timberman, International Logging Jour-
nal, 1920-27, Long Beach Sun, 1930-31; Pro-
motion Mgr., West Holliday Co.,( Natl. News-
paper Representatives), until 1936: founded
Merrill Reed (Publishers and Lithograph-
ers), 1936, and has been the Proprietor since.
Army Service: Fourth U.S. Cavalry, Spanish-
Amer. War; served in Philippine campaign
and the insurrection.

Memberships: University; Gamma Eta Gam-

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Republican (by tradition); Demo-
crat (at present).
Recreation : Yachting.

Btis. Address: 500 Sansome St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 3720 Scott, San Francisco,
Calif. *



REED, Thomas Roger

Senior Meteorologist, U.S. Weather Bureau.
San Francisco.

Born: Claremont (Calif.1, Sept. 27, 1887; s.
of Frances (Allen) and Frederick H. Reed.
Education: Pomona Coll.

Married: Marion, d. of Helen Conable, in
New York City, 1919; ch.: three.
Prof. Record: Entered the Weather Bur. be-
fore completing college course, 1907: rose
through ranks to position of District Fore-
caster of Far Western States Forecast Dist.
(Wash., Ore., Idaho, Nev., No. Calif., and
Northeast Pacific Ocean) ; his service has been
continuous except for furlough during World
War I.

Publications: Contributing Ed. for many yrs.
of Aeronautical Magazine, U.S. Air Services;
Discoverer and Author of treatises on North
American High Level Anticyclone.
Army Service: Service in Air Corps; entered
as Cadet and left with rank of First Lieut.,
after service overseas in Escadrille 128, and
96th and 166th Aero; saw action in Chateau
Thierry, Soissons, and Meuse-Argonne Sec-

Award?: Croix de Guerre, (Fr.), 1918.
Memberships: Amer. Meteorological Soc.
Religion: Christian Science.
Recreations: Tennis. -

Bus. Address: U.S. Weather Bureau, Federal
Office Bldg., San Francisco, Calif.
Home Address: 1118 Milvia St., Berkeley,
Calif. '

REESE. Lowell Otus


Born: Linden (Ind. ) ; s. of Amanda (Weaver)

and David Archer Reese.

Education: Linden public schs.

Married: Sadie Lenore, d. of Herbert Older,

in Alameda (Calif.), June 24, 1915.

Prof. Record: For several yrs. Newspaper

Columnist, Spl. Writer, Feature Writer; later

Magazine Writer of verse and fiction, chiefly

for the Saturday Evening Post.

Recreations: Out-door life, hunting, mountain


Home Address: 3249 Crane Way, Oakland,


REEVES, The Reverend George New-
ton, A.B., B.D.

Pastor, First Christian Church.

Born: Peck (Idaho), Sept. 22, 1904; s. of

Laura Bell (Sawyer) and Enoch S. Reeves.

Education: Riverside, Mecca, Coachella public

schs. (all in Calif.); Chapman Coll.; Yale

Divinity Sch.

Degrees: A.B., Chapman Coll., 1927; B.D.,

Yale Divinity Sch., Ia32.

Married: Margaret, d. of Walter Gleason, in

Glendale (Calif.), Aug. 8, 1927; ch.: George

Newton, Jr. (9 yrs.); and Marjorie Ann (5


Prof. Record: Pastor of First Christian Ch.

(Oceanside, Calif.). 1925-27; Central Christian

Ch. (Van Nuvs, Calif.), 1927-29; Stratford

Baptist Ch. ((ionn.), 1929-35; Head of Dept.

of Christian Ministry, Prof, of Ch. History and

Homoletics, Chapman Coll. (Los Angeles,

Calif.), 19.35-36; Pastor, First Christian Ch.
(Pomona, Calif.) since 1936.
Directorships: Trustee, Exec. Com., Chap-
man Coll. ; Trustee, Christian Missionary Soc.
of So Calif.: Chmn., Spiritual Life Commn.
(Christian Churches) of So. Calif.; Mem.,
Spiritual Life Commn. Internat. Convention
of Disciples of Christ.

Memberships: University (Claremont); Ki-
wanis (Pomona).
Religion: Disciples of Christ.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Hunting, fishing, and golf.
Bus. Address: 423 No. Main St., Pomona,
Home Address: 715 No. Garey, Pomona, Calif.

REGAN, Professor William Michael,

B.S., M.S.

Prof, of Animal Husbandry, University of

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