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Medical Director, Southern Sierras Sana-
torium.

Born: Fruitland Park (Florida), Dec. 31,
1884, s. of Emma Elizabeth (Thompson)
and Edwin Linnaeus Atkinson.
Education: Graduate, Pasadena (Calif.)
High Sch., 1903.

Degrees: M. D., U. of So. Calif., 1907.
Married: Catherine Farrell, d. of Eliza-
beth and Edward Miller, Pasadena (Calif.),
May 1, 1928.

Prof. Record: Resident Physician, Los An-
geles Gen. Hosp., 1907-08: Attending Physi-
cian and Instr. Medical Clinic, Graves Dis-
pensary, Los Angeles, 1908-12; Member of
Medical Staff, Pattenger Sanatorium for
Diseases of Throat and Lungs, Monrovia
(Calif.), 1913-15; Consultant. Henderson
Sanatorium, Banning (Calif.). 1919-26; Con-
sultant, Tuberculosis Dept., Riverside Coun-
ty Hosp., 1930-34; Medical Dir., So. Sierras
Sanatorium for Chest Diseases, Banning
(Calif.), 1926 — . Medical Examiner for U.
S. Veterans Facility, Banning (Calif.).
Publications: Lessons on Tuberculosis, (book
pub. by Funk & Wagnall's Co.), 1922. Con-
tributor of scientific articles to medical per-
iodicals.

Memberships: Fellow, Amer. Medical Assn.;
Fellow, Calif, and Riverside County Med.
Societies; Fellow, Amer. College of Chest
Physicians; National Tuberculosis Assn.;
Trudeau Society.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 185 W. Ramsey St., Banning.
Calif.

Home Address: 325 E. Theodore St., Ban-
ning, Calif.

ATKINSON, Frank Freeman.

Lawyer

Born: South Atkinson (Maine), Feb. 1, 1874;
s. of May (Freeman) and Fremk Eugene
Atkinson.

Education: Public schls. of Mass.; legal edu-
cation in office of Hiram W. Johnson, (now
U. S. Senator), Sacramento (Calif.).
Married: May Florence, d. of (George Head,
Napa (Calif.), June 15, 1905.



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Prof. Record: Arrived in Sacramento (Cal-
if. 1. Oct. 11, 1893: admitted before the
Supreme Court of Calif, in June, 1901; Clerk,
State Bd. of Education, 1901-07; Deputy
Dist. Attv., Sacramento County, 1907-09;
Asst. Dist. Atty., Sacramento County,
1909-15. Has had his own practice in Sacra-
mento since 1915. Mem., Park Bd. of
the Citv of Sacramento. 1913-18; Pres., Bd.
of Trustees, Preston Sch. of Industry, Feb.
13, 1919 to Jan. 14, 1921; Vice-Pres., Bd.
of Trustees, V'eterans' Home of Calif., 1925-
33, Dir. of same, 19,36-39; Judge Advocate,
Dept. of Calif.. United Spanish War Veter-
ans, 1927-28; Chairman, Sacramento Chap-
ter, Amer. Red Cross, 1932-37.
Army Service: Enlisted May 7. 1898 in Calif.
Heavy Artillery, U. S. V., discharged Sept.,
1899; Sergeant, Battery D, First Calif. Heavy
Artillery, U. S. V. (serving in the Philip-
pine Islands').

Clubs: Mem., Sacramento Lodge F. & A. M..
No. 40. Sacramento, Calif. ; Scottish Rite
Bodies of Sacramento 33° (Honorary) ; Po-
tentate — Ben Ali Temple A. A. O. N. M. S.,
1926; Mem., I. O. O. F.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 407 Mitau Bldg., Sacramento,
Calif.

Home Address: 1525 39th St., Sacramento,
Calif.

ATKINSON, Lynn.

Engineer, Contractor.

Born: Kokomo (Ind.), Aug. 28, 1894; s. of
Marie (Marks) and Lynn S. Atkinson, Sr.
Education: L. A. Poly High Sch.; New Mex.
Military Institute..

Married: Bernice Elizabeth, d. of Benja-
min H. Stephens Dallas, (Tex.), at Los An-
geles (Calif.), May 9, 1916; ch.: Doris Ma-
rie and Jeane Bernice.

Bus. Record: Entered construction business
as individual contractor in 1916, commenc-
ing with small work and later completing
larger projects, including Coolidge Dam (Ar-
iz.), and the .$7,000,000 Pardee Dam North-
ern Calif.); during this period projects to-
taling over $20,000,000 in value were com-
pleted, including the Macy Street Bridge,
Broadway Tunnel, Sacatella Storm Drain,
and the Metropolitan outfall sewer in L. A.
Directorships: Dir., L. A. Chamber of Com-
merce and Associated General Contractors of
Amer.

Memberships: Clubs: California, Calif. Yacht,
Bel Air Country, and University (L. A.).
Recreations: Gardening and badminton.
Bus. Address: 609 So. Grand Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 324 Muirfield Rd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

ATKINSON. Professor Spencer Roane,

D.D.S., M.D.Sc, F.I.C.D., F.A.C.D.
Professor of Orthodontics and Director Gra-
duate Orthodontics, Univ. of So. Calif.
Born: Camden County ((Seorgia), Sept. 2,
1886; s. of Sarah (Scarlett) and Dr. Dean
Dunwody Atkinson.

Education: Marist College, (Georgia School of
Technology, So. Dental College, Angle School
of Orthodontia.

Degrees: D.D.S., 1917; M.D.Sc, 1936.
Married: Agnes, d. of L. R. Akin, Bruns-
wick (Ga.), April, 1908; ch.: Mrs. Trenmore



Garstone (Ruth Virginia) ; Mrs. Robert
Hoffman, Jr. (Ann).

Prof. Record: Prof. Orthodontics and Direc-
tor Graduate Orthodontics, College of Den-
tistry. U. of So. Calif.; Trustee, College of
Dentistry, U. of So. Calif.; Visiting Prof.
Orthodontics, College of Physicians and Sur-
geons, San Francisco (Calif.); Visiting Prof.,
National U. of Mexico, Mexico City (Mexico).
Publications: Various professional papers re-
lated to Orthodontics.

Memberships: University Club (Los Angeles);
University Club (Pasadena) ; Kiwanis (Pasa-
dena) ; Sigma Xi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Psi
Omega; Omicron Kappa Upsilon.
Religion: Episcopal.

Recreations: Nature Photography (Photos
in National Geographic, Nature Magazine,
Illustrated London News, etc.). Illustrations
in books written by Agnes Akin Atkinson.
Bus. Address: Professional Bldg., Pasadena,
Calif.

Home Address: 2600 No. Foothill Blvd., Alta-
dena, Calif.

ATWOOD, Anne Margaret, A.B.
Portrait Photographer.

Born: Imperial Valley (Calif.), Feb. 12.
1913; d. of Ann (Jones) and Dr. Howard
C. At wood.

Education: Univ. of Redlands.
Degrees: A.B., U. of Redlands, 1934.
Publications: Being Made of Earth (San Pas-
qual Press) 1940 (a volume of poems).
Religion: Baptist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Shooting travel pictures.
Bus. Address: 3842 Seventh St., Riverside,
Calif.

Home Address: 4586 Lime St., Riverside,
Calif.

ATWOOD, Robert Cavan O'Cathal,

A.B., Litt.B.

Literary Critic, Writer, Lecturer.
Born: Worcester (Mass.), Aug. 12, 1901; s.
of Laura O'Cathal (Jourdon) and George
Hewitt Atwood.

Education: Boston Pub. Schls.; Christian
Brothers (Prep.) Royal Coll.; Nat'l Univ.
of Ireland; Special Research Student, Liter-
ature, Cambridge; London Conservatory So-
cial Sciences.

Degrees: A.B., 1921, Litt.B., 1923.
Married: Marie Ann, d. of Major Edward
and Margaret Charles, (Deerpark, Balting-
lass, Co., Wicklow, Ireland), New York City,
Jan. 7, 1926.

Prof. Record: Former Editor, A.N.S.A.
Foreign News Agency; Literary Critic, Au-
thor, Literary Vignettes (Synd. Col.) Under
the News, (Editorial Column). Contributor
to magazines. Co-Editor, late Amer. Au-
thor's Edition Frank Harris' Contemporary
Portraits. Special Correspondent, World
Conference Narcotic Education, Geneva;
Correspondent, I,atin-America Syndicate. Lec-
ture, The Man Shakespeare.
Clubs: Chaucer Head, Scriveners, Founder,
Societas Humanus.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Non-Partisan.
Rcreations: Archery, single sculls.
Bus. and Home Address: 2200 Minoru Dr.,
Altadena, Calif.



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AUBERT, Roger Stephan.

roncorl Pianist nnd Teacher.

Honi: (Jenevii (Switzerland), Dec. 14, 191.3;

.s. of Anna (Hadji-Thomovva) and Arthur

E. Aubert.

Education: Ecole Suporleure de Commerce

( Geneva 1 : Conservatory for Music (CJeneva);

National Conservatory of Music, Paris

(France).

Married: Rosemary Phllllpse, d. of Theodore
N. Stack, Los Angeles, June 4, 1938.
Prof. Record: Concertlzing In Europe and
II. S. A. since 19.39: Soloist with various
European orchestras, the New York Philhar-
monic Orchestra and National Philharmonic.
Awards: First Prize, Geneva Conservatory,
19a3; First Prize, Paris National Conserva-
toiy, 1935.

Religion: Russian Orthodox.
Recreations: Sailing, skiing, badminton,
bridge.

Bus. and Home Address: 4870 Avoca St.,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Other Addresses: c|o Bernard R. Laberge,
Inc., 2 W. 46th St., New York, N. Y. •

AULT. Dean J(esse) W(illiam). B.S.,
B.Pg., M.A.
Dean and Professor of Education, San Diego
State College.

Born: Minford (Ohio), May 14, 1880; s. of
Sevilla Agnes and Jolin Ault.
Education: Public Schools of Ohio: Miami
Univ. ; Valparaiso Univ. ; State Univ. of
Iowa; Univ. of South Dakota; Univ. of So.
Calif.; Claremont Colleges.
Degrees: B.S.. B.Pg., 1910, Valparaiso U. :
M.A., U. of So. Dak., 1925.
Married: Marie A., d. of Edward Johnson,
Minn., Minn., 1912; ch.: Phoebe Dorothy,
(Mrs. Leonard N. Messier) ; Richard B.
Prof. Record: Rural and village schools of
Ohio: Prin. and Supt. of Schools, (So. Dak.).
1910-21: Prof, of Education, Springfield
State Normal Schol, 1922-24; San Diego
State Coll., 1925.

Publications: Numerous articles on Teacher
Education and Selection of Candidates for
Teacher Education.

Memberships: Phi Delta Kappa (Hon.Educ);
Alpha Phi Omega; Kappa Delta Pi; F&A.M.

Religion: Congregational.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Golt.

Bus. Address: San Diego State College, San

Diego, Calif.

Home Address: 4616 Van Dyke Ave., San

Diego, Calif.

AUSTIN, Alma Harriet. Ph.B.

Instructor of the Deaf, Polytechnic High
School, Los Angeles, Calif.
Born: St. Thomas (Ontario, Canada), d.
of Frances Amanda (Connell) and Dr. Ben-
jamin Fish Austin, Minister, Author, Lec-
turer and Publisher.

Education: Parkdale Collegiate Inst. (Tor-
onto, Canada) ; U. of Rochester (Rochester,
N.Y.); U. of Calif. (Los Angeles).
Degrees: Ph.B., 1908, U. of Rochester.
Prof. Record: Instr. of the Deaf, Calif State
School for the Deaf, Berkeley (Calif.); Instr.,
Western New York Inst, for the Deaf, Roch-
ester (New York). Now Instr. of the Deaf,



Polytechnic High School, Los Angeles fCal-
If.i. During free time, indulges In. hobby
of organizing nnd conducting tours of Europe
and the Orient.

Publications: The Romance of Candy (Harp-
er Bros.), 1938, and magazine articles.
Memberships: Alpha Sigma sorority; Sigma
Lambda Phi; Women's University Club;
Women's Press Club of So. Calif.
Recreations: Travel.

Bus. Address: Polytechnic High .School, I.os
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 706 So. Normandle, Los An-
geels, Calif., and 4522 SI. Charles PI.. Los
Angeles, Calif.

AUSTIN, (Mrs.) Blanche Friend.

Editor, Woman's Page, South Bay Dally
Breeze.

Born: Creston (la.); d. of Joseph Friend.
Education: Private Sch. for Girls, Burling-
ton (la.).

Married: Sammuel Goddard Austin, at Los
Angeles (Calif.), May 15. 1905.
Bus. Record: Mrs. Austin has been a news-
paperwoman for 30 yrs., for both metro-
politan and country papers: Editor and
Founder, Federation News, the official pub-
lication of Calif. Federation of Women's
Clubs. Recently "The Quill and Scroll"
(Natl. Journalistic Club of local high schs.).
named the club "The Blanche Friend Austin
C^hapter of Quill and Scroll" in honor of
Mrs. Austin.

Memberships: Southern Calif. Press, Wo-
man's (Redondo and Hermosa Beach).
Chapter H.Z.P.E.O., Bus. and Prof. Wom-
en's Clubs.

Bus. Address: South Bay Daily Breeze, 129
So. Pacific, Redondo Beach, Calif.
Home Address: 724 So. Catalina, Redondo
Beach, Calif. *

AUSTIN, Effie Adelaide Payne (Mrs.
Will Lee Austin).

Clubwoman.

Born: Kansas City (Mo.); d. of Carrie
(Gillham) and Frank A. Payne.
Education: Kansas City (Mo.).
Married: Will Lee Austin, s. of L. B. Aus-
tin, Los Angeles (Calif.), Aug. 17, 1922.
Directorships: State Trustee, Calif. Fed. of
Women's Clubs; Member of the Woman's
Convention Comm. of the L. A. Cham, of
Com. ; active for many years on the Wom-
en's Aux. of the Cham, of Com.
Memberships: Calif. Fed. of Women's Clubs
(Past Pres. of L. A. Dist.); West Ebell
Club (Past Pres.); Ilostess President's Club
(Past Pres.); Euterpe Opera Reading Club;
L. A. Distr. Bd. Alumnae; S. P. T. C. Club.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Music, out-of-door life, flowers
and pets of all kinds, especially dogs.
Home Address: 616 W. 124th St., Los An-
geles, Calif. *

AUSTIN. Glenn B.

Polo Player, Business man.

Born: Bolivar (Mo.); s. of Mary and Green

Berry Austin.

Bus. Record: Has been an auto dealer in

L. A. for 16 years; Polo Player, Uplifters



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Club, 10 years, played on team with the
late Will Rogers for many years, carries 3
goal handicap; at present, sole owner, Glenn
B. Austin Motor Co. (Chrysler and Plymouth
Dealership) .

Memberships: Uplifters Club.
Recreations: Polo.

Bus. Address: 690 So. Western Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 213 No. Swall Dr., Bever-
ley Hills, Calif.

AUSTIN, Professor Herbert Douglas,

A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of Italian and French, Univ. of
So. Calif.

Boryi: Erie (Pa.), July 24, 1876; s. of Clara
Ann (Mooney) and Frank Augustin Austin.
Edxication: Princeton, (Page Fellow in clas-
sics> ; graduate study, Univ. of Florence
(Italy) and Johns Hopkins U. (Md.).
Degrees: A.B., 1900, M.A., 1901, Princeton;
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1911.
Married: Gladvs May Hixson of Ypsilanti
(Mich.), June 14, 1920.

Prof. Record: Instr. in Latin and Italian,
1901-02, Italian and French, 1903-06, Prince-
ton; Italian and French, 1908-09, Amherst
Coll.; Instr. in French, Johns Hopkins, 1910-
11; Instr. in French and Italian, U. of Mich.,
1911-19; Asst. Prof., Romance Languages,
1919-20; Assoc. Prof., Italian and French,
U S C, 1920-23; Prof, since 1923; Acting
Head, French Dept., 1920-21; Chmn., Italian
Dept.; Prof., Italian, U. of Chicago, Sum-
mer 1930; Spec. Lecturer, U. of Rome, Sum-
mer, 1931; Research in Italy on Am.
Council of Learned Socs. Grant, 1933-34;
Editor, Italica, 1928-33.
Awards: Gold Medal of Merit (Italy), 1938.
Publications: Author of many articles, es-
pecially on Dante, in American and foreign
journals.

Member: Modern Language Assn.; Am.
Philol. Assn.; Am. Assn. Univ. Profs.: Am.
Assn. Teachers of Italian (Pres., 1933) ;
Philol. Assn. of Pac. Coast (Pres., 1934) ;
Dante Soc. America; Mediaeval Acad, of
Amer.; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi.
Religion: Presbyterian.

Bus. Address: Univ. of So. Calif., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 1040 W. 78th St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

AUSTIN, Herbert Z.

Judge, Superior Court, Fresno County.
Born: DePeyster, (St. Lawrence Co., N. Y.),
Jan. 15, 1864; s. of Laura Dotia (Thorn-
ton) and Isaac Austin.

Education: N. Y. public schls., Albany Law
Sch.

Married: Nan, d. of N. J. Blayney, Aug. 31,
1934.

Prof. Record: Judge, Superior Court, Fres-
no, Co., 1901-21; Trust Officer, Security
First Natl. Bank of L. A., (Fresno), 1921-
31; Judge, Superior Court, Fresno Co.,
1931—.

Mem,ber ships: Masonic 33°.
Religion: Protestant, Mem., Presbyterian
Church.

Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Forests and Mountains.
Bus. Address: Court House, Fresno, Calif.
Home Address: 1708 L St., Fresno, Calif.



AUSTIN, John Corneby Wilson,

F.A.I.A, F.R.S.A.
Architect.

Born: Bodicote (Oxfordshire, England),
Feb. 13, 1870; s. of Jane Elizabeth and
Richard Wilson Austin.

Education: Private schools, apprentice course
in Architecture.

Married: (1) Hilda Violet Mytton, Aug. 16,
1902 (dec. Nov. 25, 1931); 8 children; mar-
ried: (2) Dorothy Kathleen Bell, Feb. 5,
1935.

Prof. Record: Practiced Architecture since
1894 in Los Angeles: associated with Fred-
eric M. Ashley, 1912-37; designed and super-
vised construction. Shrine Auditorium, Los
Angeles Cham, of Comm., Calif. State Bldg.,
St. Vincent's Hosp., Griffith Observatory,
Saint Pauls Church (all in L. A.); one of
three firms to design and supervise building
of L. A. City Hall; Past. Chmn. of So.
Calif, of Pres. Hoover's Orgn. for Unem-
ployment Relief; Past Pres., State Bd. of
Architectural Examiners and Past Mem., So.
Dist.; Past Pres., L. A. Chamber of Comm.;
Mem. Commn. of Seven apptd. to adjust
claims resulting from failure of San Fran-
cisquite Dam in 1928; Chmn., Citizens Com.
of Met. Water Dist.; Mem., Pres. Roosevelt's
Labor Mediation Bd. (L. A. Dist.); Chmn.,
Legislative Advisory Com. on Defense and
Employment (State of Calif. 1940) ; Fellow
Am. Institute Architects (Past Pres., S. C.
Chapter) ; Fellow Royal Soc. Arts.
Me7nberships: Am. Soc. C. E., Mason (32°),
Al Malaikah Shrine; Calif., Jonathan (Past
Pres.) and Lincoln Clubs.
Home Address: 1121 Arden Rd., Pasadena,
Calif. *

AUSTIN, Samuel Goddard, A.B.
Police Judge, Redondo Beach, Calif., and
City Editor, Daily Breeze.
Born: Presque Isle (Me.); s. of Julia M.
(Goddard) and Rev. Dr. Franklin Dexter
Austin.

Education: Nashua (N. H.) High Schl.;
Amherst Coll.; Cornell Law Sch.; Hastings
Law Coll. (S. F.).
Degrees: A.B., Amherst Coll., 1900.
Married: Blanche, d. of Joseph Friend (Cres-
ton, la.), at L. A. (Calif.), May 15, 1908.
Bus. Record: Reporter on Worcester (Mass.)
papers, L. A. newspapers (Times and Exam-
iner), Santa Monica Outlook and Redondo
Daily Breeze; Justice of Peace, Redondo
Township, four years; City Judge and Po-
lice Court Judge, ten years; combines city
editorship with police court each afternoon
except Sat. and Sun.
Memberships: Elks and Delta U.
Religion : Universalist-Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Boating, fishing, hiking and
Swimming.

Bus. Address: Daily Breeze, Redondo Beach,
Calif.

Home Address: 724 S. Catalina Ave., Re-
dondo Beach, Calif. *

AVIN, Benjamin Herzl, A.B., M.A.
Librarian, California State Library.
Born: Minneapolis (Minn.), Jan. 10, 1913; s.
of Chayah (Missulowin) and Elijah Avin.
Education: Public Schools of Minneapolis
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School) Minneapolis: Rrndunle study In His-
tory, llnlv. of Calir. (Hi'ikolcy), 19.'!G-37.
Degrees: A.n., 1<).T?, M.A., 1935, Univ. of
Calif. (Los Angeles); Cert, in Llbrarlanshlp,
Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley), 1934.
Married: Lillian, d. of Mr. and Mrs. II.
Greenfield, Sacramento (Calif.). Jan. 5,
1941.

Prof. Record: Cataloguer, Univ. of Calif.
Library (Berkeley), Summer, 19.34 and Mar.,
1936, to May, 19,37: Asst., Vernon Brancli,
Los Angeles" Public Library. Summer, 1937;
Asst., Government Documents Section, Calif.
State Library (Sacramento), Sept., 19,37—.
Directorships: Assistant Rabbi, Temple B'-
nai Israel (Sacramento).

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Gamma
Ml , Calif. Library Assn., Amer. Library
Ass'n., B'nai Brith.
Religion: Jewish.
Recreations: Chess.

Business Address: California State Library,
Sacramnto, Calif.

Home Address: 1228 N St., Sacramento,
Calif. •



AVIN. Elijah.

Librarian-Cataloguer, Los Angeles Public
Library.

Born: Dunaburg (Dvinsk), Russia (now Lat-
via), Oct. 5, 1879; s. of Deborah Khassiyah
(Rivkin) and Isaac Avin.
Education: Private Schools.
Married: Chavah, d. of Abraham Isaac Mis-
ulowin, at Stapleton (S. I., N. Y.), Aug. 23,
1908; ch. : Benjamin Herzl.
Bus. Record: Foreign Correspondent, R. Ma-
zin and Co., Publishers (London, England),
1902-1906: Principal, Talmud Torah Sch.
(Minneapolis, Minn.), 1911-27; Librarian-
Cataloguer, L. A. Public Library, 1928^.
Publications: Idische Kinder, pub. by "Ez-
ra", Berdichev (Russia), 1898; Bishevil Na'-
alayim. pub by "Ozari," Bureau of Jewish
Educ. N. Y.), 1919; has also written numer-
ous articles in various magazines and periodi-
cals.

Memberships: Calif. Lib. Assn.
Religion: Jewish.
Recreations : Reading.

Bus. Address: 530 So. Hope St., Los Angeles,
Calif.

Home Address: 1307 Meadowbrook Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

AVER, J(ames) Warren. A.B., M.A.
City Superintendent of Schools, Eureka.
Born: Cincinnati (Ohio), Nov. 29, 1881; s. of
Mattie Jane (Mathews) and William Warren
Ayer.

Education: Ohio Public Schools, Otterbein
Univ., Univ. of Cincinnati, Stanford Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Otterbein, 1907; M.A., Stan-
ford Univ., 1923.

Married: Helen M., d. of Emma J. (Mal-
lory) and Albert T. Nighman, Chicago, (III.),
Oct. 19, 1909. ch.: Robert Warren, Mary
Frances, William Emerson.
Prof. Record: Teacher, Winona Academy
(Winona Lake, Ind.), 1907: Lebanon Univ.,
(Ohio). 1908: Calif. State Teacher's College
(Penn.), 1908-09; Cincinnati High Schools,
1909-20; English Dept. Head, Phoenix



(Ariz.). Sui)erlntendpnt of Schools, I-Xjs Ga-
tos (Calif.), 1922-31; Superintendent of
Schools, Monrovia (Calif.), 1931-.39; Super-
intendent, Eureka City Schools, 19.39-. Has
served as National Counselor, Los Gatos
C. of C; Dlr., Klwanls Club (Calif.); Sec-
ondary Principal's A.ss'n., .Southern Calif.
Teachers' Credit Union; Past Lieut. Gover-
nor, Klwanls International.
Directorships: Trustee, Calif. Soc. Secon-
dary Educ; Mem., Redv.ood Area Council
B. S. A.; Dir., local Red Cross.
Publications: Thesis, A Survey of the Loa
Gatos Union High School District, 1923; Die
Konjugation des Deuschen Zeitworts, 1909;
English Exposition (Pamphlet), 1921; The
Foothill School Review (adminLstratlve bul-
letin— 5 issues), 1930-31; The Foothill School
Bulletin (5 issues each year) 19.32-.39; Sever-
al articles upon request for: The School
Board Journal, The Nation's Schools, The
Cailfornia Parent -Teacher, California Jour-
nal of Secondary Education, etc., 1933-39.
Memberships: National Education Assn., (life
member) ; Am. Assn. of School Administra-
tors; National Dept. of Secondary School
Principals: Phi Delta Kappa, (Nat'l Educ.
Frat.); Calif. Secondary School Prin. Assn.;
Calif. Superintendents' Assn. ; National Ad-
visory Council on School Building Problems;
National Vocational Education Assn. ; Scot-
tish Rite Mason; Kiwanis International.
Religion: United Brethren.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Literary pursuits, camping,
boating, touring.

Business Address: 1915 J St., Eureka, Calif.
Home Address: 1023 Huntoon St., Eureka,
Calif. •

AYLMER, Albert Leroy, A.B., LL.B.
Lawyer, City Executive.
Mayor of Compton, Calif.
Born: Fargo (N. Dak.), March 29, 1885; s.
of Amelia (Smith) and William Aylmer.
Education: Public and private schls. (Balti-
more, Md.), Univ. of Minn., Johns Hopkins
Univ. (Post-Grad.), Univ. of No. Dak., Univ.
of Md.

Degrees: A.B., U. of Minn., 1908; LL.B., U.
of No. Dak., 1912.

Married: Cora, d. of Warren and Anna
Linn, at Minneapolis (Minn.), Aug. 3, 1916;
chi.: William Stanley.

Prof. Record: Has practiced law in No. Dak.
and Calif, since 1915.
Memberships : Masons and Rotary Club.
R eligion : Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 201 News Tribune Bldg.,
Compton, Calif.

Home Address: 600 W. School St., Comp-
ton, Calif.

AYNESWORTH, George Levin. LL.B.

Lawyer.

Born: Graham (Young Co., Tex.^, Jan. 18,

1881; s. of Sarah Ellen (Hickman) and

CJeorge Levin Aynesworth.

Education: Stanford Univ.

Degrees: LL.B., Stanford U.

Married: Fannie Diffenbaugh, d. of Anna

(Diffenbaugh) and James Ross Hickman, at



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Fresno (Calif.). July 26, 1911; ch.: Anna
Louise, Fannie Ruth and Robert H.
Prof. Record: Began practice of law In Fres-
no (Calif), Sept., 1907; later associated with
J N Sprouse under firm name of Aynes-
worth and Sprouse; with Sidney L. Strother
(later Judge of Superior Court) under firm
name of Strother and Aynesworth; at pres-
ent in business for himself.
Directorships: Former Pres. of: Fresno City
Bd of Educ, Exchange Club and County
Bar Assn. (Fresno); Calif. Sch. Trustees
Assn • Bd. Trustees, First Presbyterian
Church; Temporary Pres., Turstees, Yosemi-
te National Park Church and Fresno County
Stanford U. Club.

Memberships: Fresno Exchange Club.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Jeffersonian Democrat.
Recreations: GoU, hunting, and fishing.
Bus. Address: Helm Bldg., Fresno, Calif.
Home Address: 620 No. Broadway, Fresno,
Calif.

AYRES, Jr., Professor Samuel, A.B.,
M.D.

Prof, of Dermatology and Syphllology, Coll.

of Med. Evangelists and in Dental Sch.,

Univ. of So. Calif.

Born: Kansas City (Mo.), Jan. 3, 1893; s.

of Stella (Hobbs) and Samuel Ayres.

Education : Univ. of Mo. ; Harvard Med. Sch. ;

Interne and post-grad. Student, Mass. Gen.

Hosp. (Boston).

Degrees: A.B., U. of Mo., 1915; M.D., Har-
vard Med. Sch., 1919.

Married: Helen, d. of Jessie L. and George

H. Lowry, in Kansas City (Mo.), 1917; Ch.:

Samuel III and Jacqueline.

Prof. Record: Physician, specializing in Der-

matolog>' and Syphllology in Los Angeles
(Calif.) since 1921; is Prof, of Dermatology

and Svphilology, Coll. of Med. Evangelists,

and also in Dental Sch., U. of So. Calif.
Directorships: Trustee, Calif. Physicians' Ser-
vice.

Publications: Chapter on Dermatology in
Dietetics for the Clinician by Milton A.
Brigdes: numerous articles in Archives of
Dermatology and Syphilology, Journal of



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