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American Medical Association and California
and Western Medicine.

Army Service: Enlisted Med. Res. Corps,

Memberships: Amer. Dermatological Assn.,
Amer. Acad, of Dermatology, Soc. of In-
vestigative Dermatology. Amer. Med. Assn.,
Amer. Coll. of Physicians, Internat. Con-
gress of Dermatology, Los Angeles Dermatol-
ogy Soc, Los Angeles Breakfast Club, Phi
Gamma Delta, Phi Rho Sigma.
Religion: Unitarian.

Politics: Democrat (Mem. L. A. Democratic
Co. Central Com.).
Recreations: Gardening.

Bus. Address: 2007 Wilshire Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 4665 El Camino Corto, La
Cafiada, Calif.


BAADE, Walter, Ph.D.


Mt. Wilson Observatory.

Born: Schroettinghausen (Germany), March
24, 1893.

Education: Gymnasium Herford; University
Muenster and C^ettingen.
Degrees: Ph.D., Goettingen, 1919.
Married: Johanna Bohlmann, Bergedorf,

Prof. Record: Astronomer, Hamburger Stern-
warte, 1919-31; Privatdocent, Univ. Ham-
burg, 1928-31; Astronomer, Mt. Wilson Ob-
servatory since 1931.

Memberships : Athenaeum (Pasadena);
Deutscher Club (Los Angeles).
Religion: Lutheran.

Bus. Address: Mt. Wilson Observatory, Pasa-
dena, Calif.

Home Address: 2437 No. Foothill Blvd., Alta-
dena, Calif.

BABCOCK, David Thornton. A.B.

Vice-President, Blyth & Company, Inc.

Born: Rock Island, 111., Aug. 7, 1886; s. of

Edith (Dimick) and Arnold Edgar Babcock.

Education: Stanford Univ. and Univ. of

Calif. (Berkeley).

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

Married: Hazel Elliott, d. of Mary Elliott

Donoho, San Francisco (Calif.), Jan. 1, 1914;

ch. : Maryedith Babcock Gair, Esther.

Bus. Record: Smith Tevis, Hanford, Inc.,

1911-14; Blyth Witter & Co., 1915-30; Blyth

& Co., Inc., 1930—.

Directorships: Vice-Pres., Dir., Blyth & Co.,

Inc.; Dir., L. A. Investment Co.; Pres.,

Calif. Club; Pres., Town Hall, Inc.

Memberships: Los Angeles Stock Exchange

Club and Bel-Air Bay Club.

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Blyth & Co,. Inc., 215 W.

Sixth St., Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 625 So. Kingsley Dr., Los

Angeles, Calif. *

BABCOCK, Professor Ernest Brown,

B.S., M.S.

Professor of Genetics, Univ. of Calif.
Born: Edgerton (Wis.), July 10, 1877; s. of
Mary Eliza (Brown) and Emilus W. Babcock.
Education: Edgerton public schls.; Los An-
geles Normal Sch., 1896-98; U. of Calif.
(Berkeley), 1901-06.

Degrees: B.S., 1906; M.S.. 1911, U. of Calif.
Married: Georgia, d. of Cornelia and Zadok
H. Bowen, Vancouver (Wash.), June 24,

Prof. Record: Instr. in Biology, L. A. Normal
Sch., 1906-07; Plant Path., U. of Calif.,
1907-08; Asst. Prof. Agr. Ed., 1909-12; Prof.
Genetics. U. of Calif.. 1913—; Research
Assoc, Carnegie Inst, of Wash.. 1925 — .
Publications: Genetics in Relation to Agri-
culture (with R. E. Clausen) 1st edit. 1918.
2nd edit. 1927. The American Species of
Crepis (with G. L. Stebbins, Jr.) 1938, and
many aditional scientific papers on Genetics,
Botany and Evolution.

Army Service: Immediately following Armis-
tice of World War I, served as Y.M.C.A.
Secretary and in Army Educational Corps in

Scientific Societies: A.A.A.S., (Fellow);
Amer. Soc. Nat., (Vice-Pres., 1934) ; Western



Soc. Nat., (Pres., 1927); Bot. Soc. Amcr.;
Amor. Gi'iioUo A.s.soo. (llfo); Genetics Soc.
Amer. ; Anier, KuKeiilcs Soc. ; Amcr. Soc.
Plant Tax.; Torrey Hot. Club; Calif. Hot.
Soc. (Pres., KMO); Calif. Acad. Scl. (Fel-
low); Wash. Acad. Scl.; N. Y. Acad. Scl.
Me7nbe7\ilnps : Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma XI,
Alpha Zeta, I'hl Sigma and Faculty Club.
Religion : Congregational.
Politics: Independent.
Recreation: Gardening.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

Home Address: 980 Euclid Ave., Berkeley,

BABCOCK, Otis Daniel. A.B., LL.B.


D'itrlct Attorney, Sacramento County.
Born: Superior (Neb.), June 23, 1890; s. of
Dora Amelia and Jonas Washington DuBols

Education: Highland Park College, Drake

Degrees: A.B., Highland Park Coll., 1914;
LL.B., Drake U., 1921.

Married: Evelyn E., d. of James H. Reynolds,
at Des Moines (Iowa), 1914; ch.: Marilyn
Maxine, Joseph R.

Prof. Record: Prin. Lincoln Lee Consoli-
dated Sch., Buena Vista, (la.), 1914-16;
Prin., Ware Consolidated Sch., Ware (la.),
1916-18; Rancher, Calif., 1919-20; Instr.,
Sacramento High Sch., 1921-23; Instr. of
Law, Sacramento Junior Coll., 1923-24; Chief
Deputy District Attorney, Sacramento Co.,
1924-27; Law practice, 1927-35; District At-
torney, Sacramento Co., 1935 (present term
expires 1942).

Army Service: 6 months, 1918-19, Officers'
Training Camp, Louisville (Ky.).
Memberships: Masons, American Legion,
Sciots, Eagles, Elks.
Religion: Protestant.
Poll tics : Republican .

Recraetions: Fishing, hunting, motoring,

Bus. Address: 205 Court House, Sacramento,

Home Address: Elks Club, Sacramento,
Calif. •

BABCOCK, Mrs. Perez (see BARTON,

BABER, Professor Ray Erwin, A.B.,
M.A., Ph.D.

Prof, of Sociology, Pomona College.
Born: Lovewell (Kans.), May 28, 1891; s.
of Ellen (Perkins) and Ellis Ransom Baber.
Education: Public schools of Cawker City
(Kans.), Campbell Coll., U. of Wisconsin.
Degrees: A.B., Campbell Coll., 1913; M.A.,
1920, Ph.D., 1923, U. of Wis.
Married: Elizabeth H., d. of Anna (Weak-
ley) and William E. Gwatkin, Pinevilie
(La)., Sept. 10, 1924; ch.: Virginia, 11
years; Carol, 10 years.

Prof. Record: Upon graduation from college
taught two years high sch. Kans.), 1913-14;
(la.), 1914-15; Instr. in Lingnan U., Canton
(China), 1915-19; Asst. in Economics and
Sociology, U. of Wis., 1920-23; Asst. Prof,
of Sociology, U. of 111., 1923-25; Prof, of
Sociology, Y. M. C. A. Graduate Sch. (Nash-
ville), 1925-29; Assoc. Prof, of Sociology,
N. Y. U., 1929-30; Prof, of Sociology, N. Y.

U., 1930-39; Prof, of Sociology, Pomona Coll.,

Publications: Changes in the Size of Amer-
ican. Families (with E. A. Ross), 1924. Mar-
riage and the Family, pub. by McGraw-Hill
Book Co., 1939; many articles In various
sociological Journals and general magazines.
Memberships: Alpha Kappa Lambda (nat.
social frat.); Alpha Kappa Delta (nat. hon.
sociological frat.); University Club and Amer.
Sociological Soc, and Population Asso. of

Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Fishing, tennis, home movies.
Bus. Address: Pomona College, Claremont,

Home Address: 911 Indian Hill Blvd., Clare-
mont, Calif.

BABINGTON. Suren H.. A.B., M.D.,

Physician and Surgeon

Born: Erivan (Russia), July 2, 1894; s. of
Rose (Ohanneson) and Harutune Babington.
Education: Educated at Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: A.B., 1922; M.D., 1926, U. of
Calif.; Post-grad, summer courses In Gen.
Surg, at U. of Calif. Hosp., 1930-31.
Married: Mary, d. of Mary (Hoops) and
Frederic Dieckmann, Piedmont (Calif.); ch.:
Suren Frederic and Mary Lee.
Prof. Record: Interne U. of Calif. Hosp.,
1925-26; Chief Surgeon Mendocino State
Hosp., 1926-28; practice in Berkeley since
1928; Visiting Surgeon, Alameda Co. Institu-
tions since 1928; Visiting Staff Member, Alta
Bates Hosp. since 1928; Staff Physician,
Rainbow Bridge and Monument Valley
Exped., 1934-36; Visiting Staff Member,
Children's Hosp. of East Bay; Visiting Sur-
geon, Highland Hosp. of Alameda Co. ; mem.,
Alameda Co. and Calif. Med. Assns.; Fellow,
Amer. Med. Assn.; Mem., Pan-American
Medical Assn.

Publications: Contributions to Calif. &
Western Medicine: Human Sexual Steriliza-
tion, Dec, 1928; Phenobarbital — Rash and
Other Toxic E feats. Feb., 1930; Simple Ul-
cers of the Jejuno-Ileum, Sept., 1932; Man-
agement of Postoperative Pain, July, 1937.
Treatment of Varicose Veins (Western Jour-
nal of Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics),

Contributions to other journals and maga-
zines: Among the Navajo Indians of Ari-
zona; Oods and Tom Toms of the Navajo
Indians; The Black Mesa of Arizona; On the
Painted Desert of Arizona.
Army Service: Dr. Babington served as a
private, later as a commissioned officer with
the Russian Forces on the Caucasian Front,

Decorations: Eagle Scout, 1932; Scouter's
Key, 1933; Scoutmaster's Key, 1934.
Memberships: Scoutmaster, 1929-36; Skipper
S. S. Corsair, 1931-33 (First Sea Scout ship
ever chartered in Berkeley) ; High-Twelve
Club (Mem. Bd. of Dir., 1932-38); Durant
Lodge 268, F.&A.M.: Scottish Rite Tem-
ple; City Commons, Commonwealth and Cor-
dornices Clubs; Life Mem. Calif. Writer's
Club( Mem., Bd. of Dir., 1932-39 and Chmn.
of the Golden Gate Internat. Exposition
Comm., 1936-41) ; Foundation Mem., Oakland
Forum; Abraham Lincoln Fellowship; Life.
Mem., Calif. Alumni Assn.; Founder and
Pres., Proskopol Honorary Frat.; Mem., Ber-



keley Chamber of Comm.; Alameda County
Big Sisters (Mem. Bd. of Dir. smce 1931);
Charter Mem., Calif. Physicians' Art Assn.;
Member, Amer Physicians' Art. Assn.;
Founder and Pres., Calif. Alumni Iceland

Religion: Episcopal. (Vestryman, 1933-35;
Counselor Young Peoples' Fellowship, 1933-

Politics: Republican.

Rer real wis: Writing, photography, water-
colors, ice-skating, collector of Navajo Indian
and Hopi Indian relics.

Bus Address: 2301 Ward St., Berkeley, Calif.
Home Address: 81 Hillcrest Rd., Berkeley,
BACCUS, Professor Joseph Harold.
B.S., M.S. .^ ,

Associate Professor of Speech, University of

Redlands. ^ ,

Born- Kewanee( 111.), July 30, 1902; s. of

mizlbefh (Rutt) and Sylvester Baccus.

Education: Kewanee High Sch 1920; Univ

of Illinois; graduate study at Univ. of wis

consin. ^ ^„

Degrees: B.S., 1925; M.S., 1927, U. of II .

Married: Gertrude S d of Philip Bechtel,

Hastings (Neb.), Sept. 15,1929.

Directorships: Pres. of So. Calif. College

Teachers of Speech.

Publications: Modern Debating iMon&

Co.); Arms and Munitions (Noble & ^ob !^ ,
Minimum Wages and Maximum Hours (WUson

& Co.); many magazine articles.

Membe'rshivs: 3rd degree Mason; Past Pres.

Knights of Round Table.

Religion: Congregational.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Horseshoes, tennis, hiking.

Bus. Address: Univ. of Redlands, Redlands,


Home Address: 1025 College, Redlands,



Voice Teacher, Conductor, Lecturer.

(Kaiser) and Gutmann Bachenheimer.
Education: High sch. /" Jrankfui-t on Main
(Germany); Frankfurt Music Sch., studies
with Prof. Eugene Hildach.
Married: Katharina. d. of Martha and (3tto
Boetticher, Braunschweig . <Germany ; ch^,
Theodore Hermann, b. Aprilf 23, 1923, Klaus
Gutmann, b. July 24, 1926.
Prof Record: Sang recital, oratorio and
opera in U. S. A., 1912-14. After first
World War sang recitals in Holland; was
Lyric Baritone of the opera house m Posen,
Osnabruck, Braunschweig (Germany). Lead-
ing musical director of Light Opera m
Braunschweig, Baden-Baden, Wiesbaden; mu-
sical director of Heidelberg Festival. Con-
ducted opera and light opera in Breslau and
Vienna. Arrived in U. S. A. in 1934. From
1934-36 gave lectures, recitals, coached and
taught young singers and artists such as:
Frieda Hempel, Dorothy Manski, Anne Ro-
selle, Rosemarie Brancato, Lauritz Melchoir,
Julius Huehn, Joseph Bentonelli. Conducted
glee clubs and opera. Since 1936, in Holly-
wood as Musical Director of Maria Jeritza;
Voice Teacher and Coach of Joan Blondell,

Dick Powell, Tommi Thomas, Charlotte
Boerner and younger talents. Conducted
opera and light opera for CBS. Teaches
voice, style and interpretation; active Lec-
turer on vocal-technical and artistic matters.
Directorships: Founder and Gen. Manager
of the former Los Angeles Opera for Schls.;
Pres. of the former Metro Light Opera Co.
Publications: Newspaper articles.
Army Service: Officer in Germany army,

Membershiys: Author's Club.
Religion: Jewish.

Home Address: 1500 No. Genesee St., Holly-
wood, Calif.

BADHAM, Byron J.

President, Hoffman Hardware Co.
Born: Shenandoah (Iowa), Jan. 12, 1879; s.
of Eliza C. (Fisher) and James R. Badham.
Education: Los Angeles grade schls and high
sch. State Normal Sch. of Calif.
Married: Jesise M., d. of Edward A. Hoff-
man, Los Angeles (Calif.), 1902; ch: Byron
Jack, Jr., E. Dick, Mrs. Kleva A. Hardage.
Bus. Record: Came to California in 1882;
taught sch. in Los Angeles for ten years.
Entered hardware business in 1903; now
Pres. of same concern — the Hoffman Hard-
ware Co.

Directorships: Director of Hoffman Hard-
ware Co., California Bank, Ellis Club, Palo-
mar Square.

Memberships: Ellis Club (Pres.); Jonathan
& Mfgrs. Assn. (Past Pres.); L. A. County
Club; Rotary Club (Past Pres.); Merchants

Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf, boating.
Bus. Address: Hoffman Hardware Co., 229-
35 So. Los Angeles St., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 351 No. June St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

BAER, Francis Shaw, A.B.
President, Pacific Finance Corporation of

Born: Medford (Mass.), March 9, 1893; s.
of Lora (Van Deusen) and John Willis Baer.
Education: Occidental College (Los Angeles).
Degrees: A.B., Occidental Coll., 1914.
Married: Georgiana, d. of Mrs. Mary P.
Drummond, at Pasadena (Calif.), May 31,

Prof Record: Associated with First Na-
tional Bank of Pasadena in 1915. In 1916
ioined the Blankenhorn Hunter Co.; 1919,
Hunter Dulin & Co.; in 1920; with Baer
Brown Parsons Co.; 1921, became Vice-
Pres. of First Securities Co., continuing in
that post upon consolidation with the Secur-
ity Co., forming Security First National Co.
Elected Pres. of Pacific Co. of Calif, in
1929. Since 1934 has served as Pres. and
Dir. of Pacific Finance Corp. of Calif.
Directorships: Chairman of Bd., Blue Dia-
mond Corp.; Dir., Union Oil Co. of Calif.;
Dir., Pacific Indemnity Co.
Army Service: During World War I, served
as Lieut., J. G., in the U. S. N. R. F.
Memberships: California, Midwick Country,
Tuna and Bohemian Clubs.
Religion : Presbyterian.



Politics: Kcpublican.

Bus. Addrvxs: 621 So. IIoi)o St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 2024 Ashbourno Dr., .So.
Pasutlona. Calil'. •

BAER, Markell Craig, LL.B., J.D.

Born: Cloverdale (Calif. >, June 14, 1889; s.

of Sarah Agnes (Markell) and George Baker


Education: Cloverdale nigh Sch., U. of

Calif., U. of Grenoble (France), 1919.

Degrees: LL.B., 1912; J.D., 1914, U. of

Married: Ethel Rushton, d. of Gleorge C.
MConnell. Berkeley (Calif.), Sept. 23. 1922;
ch. : Elizabeth Rushton.

Prof. Record: Law Librarian and Clerk of
Law Faculty, U. of Calif., 1914-15; Law. Sec.
of the Supreme Court (Calif.), 1915-17;
Attorney with Devlin & Devlin, Sacramento,
1917-18; Attorney with Dunn, White &
Aiken and Public Administrator, Oakland
(Calif.), 1919-20; Asst. City Attorney of the
City of Oakland, 1921-26; Assoc. Counsel,
East Bay Municipal Utility District, Oak-
land, 1926-27; Port Attorney of the Port of
Oakland. 1927-39; Attorney in private prac-
tice in Oakland (assoc. with Melville C. Mc-
Donough and Clarence De Lancey) 1939.
Wrote charter amendments to City of Oak-
land charter; estab. Port of Oakland organ-
ization; prepared amendments to Oakland
charter, creating Council-Manager form of
city government and guided legal affairs of
campaign and election which resulted in
adoption of such amendments; as chairman
of legal comm., prepared statute for Legis-
lature and guided legal affairs of East
Bay Regional Park District. As Port At-
torney, managed legal details for creation
and promotion of Oakland Municipal Harbor
and Airport, and port legislation before
Congress and State Legislature. At present
time spec, in municipal and public law, also
general practice.

Publications: Author of articles in periodicals
such as: Masonic World; World's Port;
Western Municipalities; California State Bar
Journal, etc.

Army Service: Enlisted in Ordnance; Dept.,
Jan., 1918, as private; served in A. E. F.
one year; promoted to Sergeant, Ordinance
Dept.; sent to U. of Grenoble (France) as
spec, student to represent U. S.; served in
in Office of Accountability in hdqrs. of
Services of Supplies, Tours (France). Hon-
orable Discharge.

Memberships: Master of Chateau Thierry
Masonic Lodge (Oakland) ; Wise Master of
Knights of Rose Croi.K; Scottish Rite Bodies
(Oakland); Mem. Amer. Acad, of Political
Sci. ; Amer. Bar Assn. ; Native Sons of
CJolden West; Benevolent Protective Order
of Elks; Oakland Ch. of Com.; Amer. Le-
gion; Internat. Assn. of Lions.

Religion: Trustee, First Congregational

Politics: Dir., Alameda County Republican

Bus. Address: Central Bank Bldg., Oakland,

Home Address: 6056 Romany Rd., Oakland,

BAERMANN, Professor Walter.

Profe.s.sor of Industrial Design, Calif. Grad.

.Sch. of Design.

Horn: Bad-Duerkhelm (Ger.), Sept. 1, 1903;

s. of Emma (Deutsch) and Helnrlch Baer-


Education: Inst, of Tech., Munich (CJer.)
(Technlsche Hockschule) ; Univ. of Munich

Degrees: Diploma Arch., 1924; Diploma
Engrg., 1926; Diploma Phil., 1928.
Married: Ada Adolphlne, d. of August Ptak,
in N. Y. City, Aug. 24, 1931.
Prof. Record: Was Asst. of City Planning,
Technische Hockschule (Germany) ; Arch, for
Dwellings and Industrial Bldg, Corp., Munich
(Germany); Arch, for different Catholic
Churches; Designer of various indl. products
(all in Germany), 1929-30; Designer, office
of Joseph Urban (N. Y. C), 1930-31; De-
signer for Norman Bel Geddes and Henry
Dreyfuss (N. Y. C), 1931-32; Chief De-
signer, Howe and Lescaze, 1932-.37; pvt. prac-
tice, Hollyoke (Mass.) as Indl. Designer;
Ednl. Dir., Springfield (Mass.) Museum,
1932-36; Cons, to the Mus. Ext. Div. Mus.
of Fine Arts, Boston (Mass.), 1935; First
e.xhibition Art of the Machine Age, Wor-
chester (Mass.), 1935; was called to organ-
ize curriculum for Calif. Grad. Sch. of De-
sign in Pasadena (Calif.), 1937 and is still
there in capacity of Industrial Designer and
Prof, of Industrial Design.
Directorships: Calif Grad. Sch. of Design,
Shuck Dakin Co.; Partner, Baermann and

Publications: Design Today (Esto. Pub. Co.)

Memberships: The Authors Club.

Religion: Lutheran.

Recreation: Horseback riding.

Bus. Address: 425 W. Colorado St., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

Home Address: 3738 Grayburn Rd., Pasa-
dena, Calif. •

BAGDATOPOULOS, William Spencer,

Born: Zante (Greece), July 23, 1888; s. of
Amy Frederica (Sheath) and Anastasius
John Bagdatopoulos.

Education: Schools in Dulwich (Eng.); Rot-
terdam Academy; Athens Academy.
Degrees: Elected a member of the Royal
Society of Arts (Eng.), 1909; Medalist, South
Kensington (Eng.), 1913.

Married: Caralisa, d. of CJeorge B. Nichols,
Galvaston (Texas) .

Prof. Record: Entered the Academie van
Beeldende kunsten, Rotterdam, at the age
of 11; studied also in England, and at the
age of 16 continued at the Athens Academy.
Traveled and worked in Turkey, Egypt, Pal-
astine, and Asia Minor as far as Bagdad.
Returned to London at the age of 20;
executed various commissions for portraits,
illustrations, murals, and posters for most
of the leading business houses, shipping
companies, and railways in England and
abroad. Commissioned by Bennett Coleman
& Co. (Bombay), to range every part of
India, from Kashmere to Ceylon, and the
Khyber to Assam. Other trips include;
Japan, China, Cochin-China Malay States,
Dutch East Indies, South Africa, and East
African ports; Siam, and the whole of



Burma. Works hang In the following per-
manent collections; Boyamann's Museum Rot-
terdam: Municipal Gallery of Art, Amster-
dam; The National Pinakotec, Athens; Brit-
ish Museum. London; National Collection of
Fine Arts, Washington, D. C; Library of
Congress, Washington, D. C. As Designer
of Sets, is always inventing and creating
new novelness. Has designed sets embody-
ing new features for Royal Drury Lane,
Covent Garden Opera House, Lyceum The-
atres, London, Broadwest Film Corp., Lon-
don, etc.

Publications: Works have appeared in The
Studio. London; Illustrated London News,
The Connoisseur, London; The Times of India
Annual for the past thirty years; and many

Ar7ny Service: Joined the South African
Banks Regiment, Aug., 1914, and subsequent-
ly did special work during the war.
Memberships: London Sketch Club. Royal
Society of Arts. Life member, The Imperial
Arts League, London.
Religion: Non-sectarian.

Recreations: Music, gardening and making

Home Address: 623 San Lorenzo St., Santa
Monica, Calif. '



Born: Bad Godesberg (Germany), March 13,
1905; s. of Anna (Richartz) and Theodore

Education: Cologne (Germany).
Married: Norma Maxine Brown, d. of Dr.
and Mrs. Elvin O. Brown, Berkeley (Calif.).
Nov. 2, 1940.

Prof. Record: Came to the United States in
Sept., 1929, and was naturalized Sept.. 1935.
Started as a restaurant kitchen helper but
has held the position of Manager since 1934.
From 1932 till 1935 attended Sacramento
Junior College, where he studied several art
courses. In 1935 held first one man show
of pen and inks, in Sacramento (Calif.);
followed this up in 1936-38 with shows m
Germany and New York. In 1936 began
the study of etching.

Directorship: Chairman of Fine Arts Com-
mittee (Sacramento) ; Junior Chamber of
Commerce; President, Sacramento Ten Arts
Club; Director, Northern Calif. Fine Arts

Memberships: Sacramento Junior Chamber
of Commerce; Sacramento Ten Arts Club;
No. Calif. Fine Arts Assn.; Southern Print
Makers Society.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.

Home Address: 1402 P St., Sacramento,

BAGLEY. Rear Admiral David Worth,

D.S.M., U. S. Navy.

Commdr., Battleship Division Two.

Born: Raleigh (N. C), Jan. 8, 1883; s. of

Adelaide Ann (Worth) and William Henry


Education: Student, N. C, State College,

1898-99; U. S. Naval Acad.

Degrees: B.S., U. S. Naval Academy, 1904.

Married: Marie Louise Harrington, Feb. 16,

1918; ch.: David Harrington, Worth Har-
rington and Tennent Harrington.
Navy Service: Commd. Ensign, U. S. N..
1906; advanced through the grades to Rear
Admiral. 1938; served as Flag Lieut, to
Commdr. in Chief. China Station, during
Chinese Revolution, 1911-12; Commd. De-
stroyer in war zone during World War I;
Naval Attache, The Hague (Holland),
1919-20; Chief of Staff. U. S. Naval Forces
(Europe). 1926-28; Commdr.. U. S. S. Pensa-
cola, 1931-33; Commdr., Mine Craft. 1937-38;
Comdt.. Navy Yard, Mare Island (Calif.),
1938-41; Commdr., Battleship Div. 2, at pres-
ent, since Jan, 1941.

Awards: Decorated D.S.M., World War I,
Victory Medal (U. S.), Order of the Savior
(Greece), Naval Order of Merit (Spain),
Order of Aviz (Portugal).
Address: Navy Department. Washington.
D. C.

Bailey, Cornelius Oliver. A.B., M.A.,
M.D , F.R.S.A., F.A.C.P., F.A.M.A.

Born: Payne Store (Tex.), Feb. 11, 1887; s.
of Helen Ophelia (Kilborn) and John Calvm

Education: Sam Houston State Teachers
Coll., 1905; Univ. of Tex., 1911; Sch of
Medicine, 1915; U. S. Army Med. Sch.,
Grad 1917; Post Grad. studies at Cornell
Univ ' Harvard Univ.. Univ. of Vienna,
1922-25; Univ. of So. Calif.; Interne, Cleve-
land City Hosp. (Ohio), 1916.
Degrees: M.D., U. of Tex., 1915; A.B.,
1936, and M.A., 1937. U. of So. Calif.
Married: Louise Sutton, d. of Rosa and J.
N. Sutton, in Orange (Calif.), Feb. 6, 1940.
Prof Record: Resident Surgeon, Memorial
Hosp. for Treatment of Cancer and Allied
Diseases (N. Y.), 1923-24; Asst., Dept. of
Radiology. Mass. Gen. Hosp.. 1924; Dir. of
Dept. of Radiology and Radiologist, St. Paul
Hosp. (Dallas), 1925-30; Mem. of Staff,
Calif. Lutheran Hosp.. 1931; Methodist Hosp.
of So. Calif., 1932; rated Specialist in Di-
agnosis and Treatment of Cancer. U. b.
Govt., 1932; Mem. of Staff, White Mem.
Hosp.. 1936; Asst. Prof, of Coll. of Med.
Evangelists. 1936; rated Specialist, Thera-
peutic Radiology, Amer. Bd. of Radiology,
1936; is at present practicing medicine In
Los Angeles.

Publications: Hypertrophy of Thymus: Diag-
nosis and Treatment, 1926; Carcinoma of the
Cervix Uteri With Treatment, 1930; Em-
bryologic and Histologic Studies of the
Human Thymus, and other reports.
Army Service: First Lt., U. S. Army Med.
Corps, 1916-17; Major. M. C. U. S. Reg.
Army. 1918; Camp Surgeon, Camp Funston
(Kans.), 1918; Surgeon, Hdqtrs. Command
Amer. Army of Occupation in Coblenz
(Germany), 1922.

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