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Education: Public schools of Los Angeles Co.
Married: Grace Sisson, d. of Cornelia (Sisson)
and Edwin Ruthven Safford, in Potsdam
(New York), Oct. 7, 1907; ch.: Emmet Homer,
Jr. (Atty. at Law).

Prof. Record: Atty. at Law, 1900-27; Judge
of the Superior Court, 1927—; Member, Bd.
of Plavground Commissioners and Bd. of
Edn., Chief Deputy City Atty. (All in Los

Publications: Numerous law review articles
and monographs on legal subjects.
Memberships: Univ. Club of Los Angeles.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: City Hall, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 2220 No. Edgemont St., Los
Los Angeles, Calif.

WILSON. George H.. B.S.


Born: Jacksonville (111.), Mar. 26, 1892; s. of
M. Elma (Boggs) and The Reverend George
W. Wilson.

Education: Santa Monica High Sch.; Univ. of
Calif., Berkeley (Coll. of Agr.).
Degrees: B.S., U. of Calif., 1915.
Married: Isabelle M., d. of S. C. Mack, in
Imperial (Calif.), Apr. 17, 1921; ch.: G.
David, Richard M., Patricia Jane, .Dorothy

Bus. Record: Farmed in Imperial Valley,
1916-17; Armv. 1917-19; in Charge of U. of
Calif. Range Cattle Experiment Sta., 1919-21;
farming his own farm along the Sacramento
River in Yolo Co. since 1922; Dir., Farm
Credit Administration (Berkeley), 1934-40;
Chmn., Calif. State Agrl. Adjustment Com.,

Directorships: Amer. Farm Bur. Fedn., Nat.
Beet Growers Assn., and Calif. Beet Grow-
ers Assn.



Armi/ Record: Entered 316th Engrs., Sept.,

1917, arrived in France, May, 1918, discharged

July, 1919 as Lieut. 31Gth Field Artillery.

Me7nberships: Alpha Zeta, Delta Sigma Phi.

Religion: Methodist.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. and Home Address: Clarksburg, Calif.*

WILSON. Gordon Allen, A.B., M.A.

Teacher of English and Latin, Webb School
of California.

Born: Spokane (Wash.), June 30, 1906; s. of
Frances May (Allen) and Joseph Frederick

Education: Pomona Coll.; Claremont Colls.;
Univ. of So. Calif, (summer work) ; Santa
Barbara State Teachers' Coll.; Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: A.B., Pomona Coll., 1928; M.A.,
Claremont Colls., 1930.

Married: Mollie Brooke, d. of George W.
Clyde, in Santa Barbara (Calif.), 1938; ch. :
Elizabeth Marie, Gordon Clyde.
Prof. Record: Instr., Classical Languages and
Literature at Pomona Coll., 1930-31; Teacher
of Eng. and Latin, Norton Sch., (Claremont),
1931-36; Headmaster, Norton School, 1936-38;
Teacher of English and Latin, Webb School
(Claremont, Calif.), 1938—.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa.
Bus. Address: Webb School of Calif., Clare-
mont, Calif.

Home Address: 625 E. Baseline Rd., Clare-
mont, Calif.

WILSON, Harry Hults. M.D., F.A.C.P.


Born: Carthage (Mo.), Feb. 6, 1892; s. of
Phoebe Jane (Hults) and Stephen M. Wilson.
Education: Marshalltown (Iowa) High Sch.;
Univ. of Illinois.

Degrees: M.D., Univ. of Illinois, 1916.
Married: Beulah Elizabeth, d. of Ida (Craw-
ford) and Fred Wesley Carl, in Marshalltown
(Iowa), Sept. 22, 1914; ch.: Stanley M., Eliz-
abeth Jean, Barbara Jane.
Directorships: Pres., Calif. Med. Assn.; Coun-
cillor, Los Angeles Co. Med. Assn.; Bd. of
Dir., Assoc. Hosp Serv. of So. Calif.
Memberships: S.A.E.; Nu Sigma Nu; A.O.A.;
Los Angeles Country, Bel- Air Bay Clubs: Los
Angeles County Med. Assn.; Calif. Med. Assn.;
Fellow, American Coll of Physicians; Amer.
Bd. of Internal Medicine; Calif. Heart Assn.;
Symposium Soc. ; Asso. Prof, of Medicine, Col-
lege of Medical Evangelists; Advisory Bd.,
Calif. Cancer Com.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf.

Bus. Address: 1919 Wilshire Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 757 So. Windsor Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif. *

WILSON, Henry Dalzell, M.E.
Corporation Executive (retired).
Born: Pittsburgh (Pa.); s. of Ella (Dalzell)
and Robert James Wilson.
Education: Shadyside Acad. (Pittsburgh); Le-
high Univ.

Degrees: M.E., Lehigh Univ., 1901.
Married: Janet, d. of Marion G. Bryce, in
Pittsburgh (Pa.); ch.: Bryce.
Prof. Record: Sales Engr., Buffalo Forge Co.,
1901-05; Amer. Blower Co., 1905-06; suc-
cessively Salesman, Gen. Mgr., and Pres.,
Wilson-Snyder Mfg. Co. (Pittsburgh, Pa.),
1907-29; Founder and Pres., Wilson-Snyder
Centrifugal Pump Co., Ross Mech. Supply
Co., Erie-Ball Engine Co., Internat. Valve
and Piping Co., all subsidiaries of the Wilson-
Snyder Mfg. Co., from 1909 to 1929; retired
since 1930; was Dir., Mfrs. Assn. of Pitts-
burgh, 1911-17 (Pres., 1912 and 1913) ; Mem.,
E.xec. Council Natl. Metal Trades Assn.,
1914-15: Dir., Employer's Assn. of Pittsburgh,
1917-24 (Pres., 1919 and 1920); Dir., Lehigh
Univ. Alumni Assn., 1919-25 (Pres.. 1922
and 1923); Dir., Oil Well Supply Co., 1929-
30. Trustee, Lehigh Univ., 1923-30.
Directorships: Dir., Vultee Aircraft, Inc.; Dir.
and Pres., La Vifia; Dir., Westridge Sch. for
Girls, Pasadena Tuberculosis Assn., Tuber-
culosis Advisory Board for Olive View San-
itorium. Dir., Community Chest of Pasadena,
1930-37 (Pres., 1934-36).

Memberships: Amer. Soc. of Mech. Engrs.
(since 1905) ; University (Pasadena, Pitts-
burgh) ; Valley Hunt, Flintridge Riding, Mar-
ila Gun, Duquesne; Oakmont Country (Pitts-
burgh); Psi Upsilon; Rancheros Visitadores;
Twilight Club of Pasadena.
Religion : Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Horseback riding, shooting and

Bus. Address: First Trust Bldg., Pasadena,

Home Address: 1011 Oak Grove Ave, Pasa-
dena, Calif, and Palm Springs, Calif.

WILSON, Professor James French.

B.S., M.A.

Prof, of Animal Husbandry, Univ. of Calif.
Born: Stewartsville (Ind.), Aug. 14, 1892; s.
of Nellie (French) and John B. Wilson, M.D.
Education: Univ. of Wyo.; Univ of Mo.
Degrees: B.S., Univ. of Wyo., 1913; M.A..
Univ. of Mo., 1916.

Married: Margaret, d. of Otto Arnold, in Ev-
anston (Wvo.), July 19, 1919; ch.: Mary
Margaret, Robert Arnold, John Benson, Eliz-
abeth Anna.

Prof. Record: Supt., State Exptl. Dry Farm
(Jirch, Wyo.), 1915; Scientific Asst., U.S.
Dept. of Agr., 1916-17; Pvt. to Second Lieut..
U S Army, 1917-19; Asst. Prof, of Animal
Husbandry, Univ. of Calif.. Coll. of Agr.,
1919-1940, Professor, same, 1940 — .
Publications: Many scientific monographs and
bulletins on wool production.
Memberships: Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Zeta,
Sigma Xi.

Religion: Davis Com. Church (Non-denomina-

Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Woodworking, fishing.
Bus. Address. Univ. of California, Coll. of
Agriculture, Davis, Calif.
Home Address: 232 B St., Davis, Calif.

WILSON. John Norton. A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Instr. in Industrial Chemistry, Calif. Inst, of



Born: Winnipeg (Manitoba, Canada), July 9,
1913; s. of Kathleen (Bird) and Robert Bruce

Education: Various pub. schs. In Can.: Univ.
of British Columbia: Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Degrees: A.B., 1934. M.A., 1936. Univ. of
British Columbia; Ph.D., Calif. Inst, of
Tech.. 19.39.

Prof. Record: Teachinp: Fellow. 1936-39, Re-
search Fellow, 19.39-40, now Instr., Calif.
Inst, of Tech., since 1940.
Publications: Numerous articles on industrial
chemistry which have been publi.shed In tech.

Memberships: Sigma Xi.

Religion: Christian.

Recreations: Music, badminton, skating, and

Bus. Address: Gates and Crellin Lab., Cali-
fornia Institute of Technology, Pasadena.

Home Address: 115 No. El Molino, Pasadena,
Calif. •

WILSON. Mary Elizabeth. E.L., M.L.,


Born: Helena (Mont.), 1869: d. of Joanna
Halsted (Mclntire) and Enoch Henry Wilson.
Education: Grad. Oakland (Calif.) High Sch..
1887; Smith Coll. (Northampton, Mass.);
Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: B.L., Smith Coll.. 1891; M.L., Univ.
of Calif.. 1896; L.H.D.. Smith Coll.. 1931.
Prof. Record: Teacher of English, Miss Mur-
Ison's Sch. (San Francisco, Calif.), 1895-1906;
Teacher of English, 1907-09, Prin. and Own-
er, 1909-38, Anna Head Sch.
Publications: Translator: Intellectual and
Moral Development of the Child, 1896; Later
Infancy of the Child, 1902.
Memberships: Amer. Assn. of Univ. Women;
Pacific Coast, Assn. Collegiate Alumnae
(Sectl. Vlce-Pres., 1912-15); Natl. Assn. of
Prins. of Schs. for Girls (Pres., 1932) ; Smith
Coll. of No. Calif. (Pres., 1915-13); Fort-
nightly of San Francisco (Pres., 1922-24) ;
Town and Gown (Berkelev), (Pres.. 1925)'
Women's Athletic (Oakland) ; Orinda Country!
Religion: Presbyterian.

Home Address: 757 Alvarado Rd., Berkelev

WILSON, Nell Griffith

Poet, Writer, Pla>-\vright.
Born: Santa Rosa (Calif.). June 20, 1890- d
of Ida J. (Fleming) and Nathaniel A. Grif-

Education: Santa Rosa High Sch.; Sweet's Bus

Married: Ned S.. s. of Joseph S. Wilson, in
Oakland (Calif.), Oct. 29, 1911; ch. : Carol
(Mrs. William Coon) ; June.
Prof. Record: Writer of verse, articles and
plays; her verse is published in many mags,,
used on the radio, and set to music; has
given programs and dramatic readings for
clubs; published book of verse. Deeper Harvest
illustrated by her sister, Grace Griffith Har-
ris (noted water-color artist), 1936; has
won many prizes for verse; sold manv greet-
ing card verses; is now working "on her
second book of poetry.

PuhlicntinvH: Deeper HarvcHt (Banner Press,
Atlanta, f;a.), 1936; Sons: Witirf.-? nf Memory,
1932; Photograph ReverieH, (an entertainment
pub. by Samuel French Co.).
Memberships: I^cague of Amer. Pen Women
(Past Pres. of Sonoma County Branch), West-
ern Writers; Consistory, Saturday Afternoon,
Mothers' Clubs f. Santa Rosa).
Religion: Universal religion.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Gardening, swimming, reading,

Home Address: Kenwood, Calif.

WILSON. Olah Mendenhodl


Born: Brookfield (Mo.), Apr. 2.3, 1876; d. of

Paitent Lucinda (Tuttle) and Dr. John D.


Education: Mo. Wesleyan College. Special
courses in music and school of speech.
Married: Dr. Byron H., s. of John. A. Wilson
in Avalon (Mo.), Nov. 25, 1871; ch.: Daisy-
oloh (Wilson) Smith. Venus (Wilson) Jordan,
Esther (Wilson) Petitfils.

Prof. Record: Held national offices in Meth-
odist Church; delegate to General Confer-
ence from Calif, and Arizona Methodist C3i.;
Mem. of the National Board of Hospital and

Directorships: Board of Dir.. the following:
All Nations Foundation, The Spanish Amer.
Institutes, The Plaza Community Center, Los
Angeles City Extension Soc, Los Angeles Red
Cross Chapter.

Publications: Contributor to Women's Mag-
azine and church periodicals.
Memberships: Ebell (Los Angeles), Town and
Gown (So. Calif. Univ.), P.E.O.G.A.; Kappa
Phi; The Del Mar Club.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Study of tree and flower life.
Home Address: 132 So. Svcamore Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

WILSON. Ralph E(lmer). A.B., Ph.D.

Writer; Astronomer, :\It. Wilson Observatory.
Born: Cincinnati (Ohio), Apr. 14, 1886; s. of
Mary Bercher (Nichols) and Herbert C(ooper)

Education: Carleton Coll., 1902-06; Univ of
Virginia, 1906-10.

Degrees: A.B., Carleton Coll., 1906; Ph.D.,
Univ. of Virginia, 1910.

Married: Mary Adeline, d. of Adelaide (Pauli)
and John Macdonald, in Mt. Hamilton (Cal-
if.), May 20. 1913; ch.: Herbert Ralph.
Prof. Record: Acting Dir.. Goodsell Observ-
atory, Carleton Coll.. 1910-11; Asst.. Lick
Observatory (Mt. Hamilton, Calif.), 1911-13;
Acting Astronomer, in charge Lick So. Sta.
'Santiago. Chile), 1913-18; Astronomer, Car-
negie Instn. of Wash., since 1918; Dept. of
Meridian Astronomy. Albanv (N.Y.) 1918-38,
Secy, of Dept., 1923-38; M"t WUson Observ-
atory, since 1938.

Publications: Asso. Ed., Popular Astronomy,
1910-13: Asso. Ed., Astronomical Journal,
since 1929; has over forty research publica-
tions in astronomical journals.
Arrny Service: Amer. Repr. Com. of Allies
(Chile), 1917-18; Aeronaut. Mech. Engr ,
Bur. Aircraft Production, 1918.



Aroards: Gold Medal, Royal Danish Acad, of
Sciences, 1926.

Memberships: Fellow ^^t^-.l^^l'^ As-
Amer Astron. Soc. (Councillor 1934-37) . As-
fron Soc. of the Pacific; Athenaeum; Sigma
Xi, Phi Beta Kappa.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf, bowling.
Bus. Address: Mt. Wilson Observatory, Pasa-
dena, Calif.

WILSON, Verne Edmund. A.B., M.A.
Cons Psychol., Pasadena .Tr. Coll. Employ-
ment Bur. and Pasadena Voc. Bur.
Born: Alamogordo (New Mex.). July 2, 1907;
s. of Elizabeth (Hansberger) and Edwin C.

Education: Pub. schs., Hettinger and Velva
(N.D.); Grad. Asbury Coll. and Univ. ol

Degrees: A.B., cum laude, Asbury Coll.,
1930; M.A., Univ. of Fla., 1931.
Married: Cora, d. of Anna (Cattell) and
Rezin Stanley, in Alliance (Ohio), July 10,
1931; ch. : Dick Alan, Jo Ann.
Prof. Record: Instr., in Psych., also in Voc.
Guidance and MentaUHygiene, Univ. of Ha.,
1931-33- Asso. Prof, of Psych., Univ. ot
Miami, summer, 1932; organized Physicians
and Dentists Credit Bur. in Alliance (Ohio)
fall 1933 and operated one yr.; entered pyt.
practice as Cons. Psychol, in Los Angeles
(Calif ) fall, 1934; accepted interim apptmt.
as Asso. Prof, of Psychol., Univ. of Redlands,
1936- Cons. Psychol, with Inst, of Family
Relations, Los Angeles, 1934-37; became as-
sociated with Pasadena Voc. Bur., 1936, and
with Bur. Voc. Serv. in 1937, and with
Pasadena Jr. Coll. Employment Bur., 1939;
now works part time at each place and is m
charge of all testing for voc. guidance and
employment purposes; is Cons, for all prob-
lems pertaining to use of psychological and
voc. tests.

Memberships: Amer. Psychological Assn.,
Amer Assn. for Advancement of Science,
Natl. Voc. Guidance Assn.; Phi Kappa Phi.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Hiking, bowling, and badminton.
Bus Addresses: Pasadena Junior College, 38
E Union St., Pasadena, Calif.; Bureau of
Vocational Service, 1050 So. Hope St., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 3528 Dahlia Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

WINBIGLER, Professor Hugh Donald,

A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Asst. Prof, of Speech and Drama, and Edn.,

Stanford University.

Born: Alexis (111.), June 3, 1909; s. of Lucille

(Watt) and Frank Max Winbigler.

Education: Elem. Sch., Warren Co. (111.);

Monmouth Jr. and Sr. High Schs. ; Monmouth

Coll.; State Univ. of Iowa.

Degrees: A.B., Monmouth Coll., 1931; M.A.,

1934, and Ph.D., 1938, State Univ. of Iowa.

Married: Mary Elizabeth, d. of Florence
(Meachem) and Edwin L. Gleason, in Cleve-
land (Ohio), Sept. 11, 1937.

Prof Record: Retail Shoe Salesman, Bow-
man' Bros. Shoe Stores, 1928-29; Teacher,
Kewanee High Sch., 1931-32; Instr., Speech,
and Dir., College Theatre, Monmouth Coll.,
1932-33; Grad Asst., Research Asst. and Lec-
turer in Speech and Dramatic Art (while
doing grad. work), 1934-37, Asso. in Speech
and Dramatic Art, 1937-40, State Univ. of
Iowa, being simultaneously Head, Dept. of
Speech in Univ. High Sch., Asst., Dir., Univ.
Theatre, and Secy., Iowa Play Production
Festival; came to Stanford Univ., 1940, in
charge of teacher training in speech as Asst.
Prof, of Speech and Drama, and Edn.
Directorships: Secy.-Treas., Amer. Ednl. The-
atre Assn., 1937-40; Secy., Iowa State Speech
Assn., 1939-40.

Memberships: Natl. Assn. of Teachers of
Speech; Amer. Ednl. Theatre Assn.; Natl.
Thespians. Natl. Collegiate Players; Sigma
Omicron Mu, Sigma Tau Delta, Pi Kappa
Delta, Beta Kappa.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Stanford University, Calif.
Home Address: 829 Forest, Palo Alto, Calif.*

WINCHESTER. Dean Olive May.

A.B., B.D., S.T.M., Th.D.

Dean of Graduate Dept., Pasadena Coll.

Born: Monson (Maine), Nov. 22, 1880; d. of

Sarah (Blackstone) and Charles Winchester.

Education: Lynn Classical High Sch. (Mass.);

Radcliffe Coll.; Glasgow Univ.; Pacific Sch.

of Religion; Drew Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Radcliffe Coll., 1902; Glas-
gow Univ., 1912; S.T.M., Pacific Sch. of Re-
ligion, 1917; Th.D., Drew Univ., 1925.

Prof Record: Taught, Collegiate Inst. (No.
Scituate, R.I.), 1902-09, abroad, 1909-14, Col-
legiate Inst., 1914-16, Northwest Nazarene
Coll., 1917-35 (Vice-Pres.) ; Dean of the Grad.
Dept., Pasadena Coll. (Cahf.) since 1935; was
first woman to receive B.D., S.T.M., and
Th.D. from universities given above.
Publications: Christ's Life and Ministry (Naz-
arene Pub. House), 1932.
Religion: Nazarene.
Politics: Prohibitionist.
Recreations: Gardening.

Bus. Address: Pasadena Coll., Howard at
Bresee, Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 1232 Oxford Ave., Pasadena,
Calif.; and 604 14th Ave., So., Nampa, Ida.

WING. Professor Charles Benjamin.


Civil Engineer (retired).

Born- Clinton Corners (Dutchess Co., N.Y.);
s. of Mary (Sands) and Phineas Rice Wing.
Education: Poughkeepsie Military Inst., 1880-
81; Cornell Univ., 1882-86.
Degrees: C.E., Cornell Univ., 1886.
Married: (1) Anna Marie, d. of Lewis Pad-
dock, in Auburn (N.Y.), Sept., 1888; ch..
Sumner P., Winchester P., Charles B., Jr.,
and Robert L. (2) Marian (Colt) Browne, d.
of Ashley Colt, in Menlo Park (Calif J, Feb.,
1908; ch.: Ashley and Frances (Browne)
Wenzel (step-children).

Prof. Record: Instr., C. E., Cornell, 1887-90,
Asst Prof., 1890-91; Prof., Hyd. Engr., Univ.
of Wis 1891-92; Prof. Struc. Engrg., Stanford



Univ., 1892-1929, Ex. Hd., Dept., C.E., 192:!-
28, Emeritus since 1929; Pvt. and Cons. Civil
Engrg. practice during summer mos. from
1887-1928, principally in Structural Engrg.;
City Councilman, Palo Alto, 1909-29; Mayor,
1 year.

Publications: Free Hand Lettering for Work-
ing Drawing, 1892; Bridge Drafting (with
C. H. Wright, Wright and Wing), 1896; pa-
pers in tech. journals.

Army Service: Lieut, and Adj. of Batt. Cornell,
1884: Major, C.E., (Res.) 1917; active service,
1917-19; with A.E.F. 23rd Engrs., 1918-19;
promoted to Lieut. -Colonel, Oct., 1918.
Awards: Citation for Regiment in Argonne-
Meuse, Oct. and Nov., 1918.
Meviberships: Amer. Soc. C.E., Amer. Soc.
Testing Materials, Amer. Soc. Mil. Engrs.;
Commonwealth, Engineers (San Francisco) ;
Seismological Soc. of America.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Forest preservation and park ad-

Home Address: 345 Lincoln Ave., Palo Alto,
Calif. *

WINKLER, Professor Albert Julius,

A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Prof, of Viticulture, Univ. of Calif.

Born: The Grove (Te.x.), Mar. 4, 1894; s.

of Katherine (Huber) and Charles August


Education: The Grove Elem. Sch.; Blinn Mem.

Coll. -High Sch. (Brenham, Tex.); Univ. of

Tex.; Univ. of Mo.; Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Texas, 1918; M.A.,

Univ. of Mo., 1918; Ph.D., Univ. of Calif.,


Married: Pearl Viola, d. of Rev. W. Buehrer,

in Bracken (Tex.), June 12, 1919; ch.: Mar-

jorie Pearl ; Ethel Anne.

Prof. Record: Instr., 1921-25, Asst. Prof.,

1925-29, Asso. Prof., 1929-37, and Prof, of

Viticulture since 1937 at Univ. of Calif.; in

charge of Viticultural Div., since 1935.

Publications: Numerous bulletins, Calif. Agr.

Expt. Sta., and Scientific Journal articles.

Army Service: Infantry in World War I, as

Second Lieut.

Memberships: Gamma Alpha, Gamma Sigma

Delta, Sigma Xi.

Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf and travel.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Coll. of

Agriculture, Davis, Calif.

Home Address: 59 College Park, Davis, Calif.

WINKLER. The Reverend Mayer,


Rabbi, Community Synagogue.

Born: Szelesmezo (Hungary), Feb. 2, 1882;
s. of Leni (Josefovits) and Herman Winkler.

Education: Budapest (Hungary; University of

Degrees: Ph.D., Vienna Univ., 1912; Rabbin-
nical Diploma, Jewish Theological Seminary
(Vienna), 1913.

Married: Gizella, d. of Isaac Popper, in Buda-
pest, 1907; ch.: Ervin, Nellie, and Rudolf.

Prof. Record: Rabbi and Prof, of Religion
of the Kultusgemeindc in Budapest, 1912-21;
came to Amer., 1921, .serving as Rabbi in
Ilomstead (Pa.), for one yr., then became
Rabbi of Sinai Congregation in Los Angeles
(Calif.), serving eight yrs. ; organized the
Community Synagogue, 19.'(0, in Los Angeles
of which he is still the spiritual leader; foun-
der of the Good Will Forum, and of the Syna-
gogue of the Air, now the Good Will Hour
on KFWB; former Exec. Dir., United Syna-
gogue of Amer. (Southwest Branch).

Publications: American and Jewish Ideals,
and numerous articles.

Bus. Address. Community Synagogue, 600 No.
Rossmore Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.


Designer (Architectural).

Born: Zurich (Switzerland), Dec. 2, 1897;
s. of Elise (Pletscher) and Otto Winkler.
Education: Zurich (Switzerland).
Married: Mary Ford (divorced); ch.: James.
Prof. Record: Architectural Designer; Design-
er of furniture; designed and erected for him-
self the first modern apartment house on
Telegraph Hill (San Francisco). Designer of
numerous outstanding houses in collaboration
with Richard J. Neutra, such as residences of
A. Hofmann (Hillsborough), Dr. Wm. Schiff,
Dr. E. Wolfes, Dr. H. H. Darling, S. P.
Kahn (San Francisco), A C. Eurich (Los
Altos), Wm. Davey ((Tarmel), and others;
Designer of various low cost houses, week-end
houses and unit houses: also various types of
modern furniture.

Memberships: Chamber of Commerce (San
Religion: Protestant.

Bus. Address: 251 Kearney St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1450 Green St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

WINLOW, Anna Constance

Author, Writer.

Born: New York; d. of Clara (Vostrovsky)
and Albert Edward Winlow.

Education: Privately and abroad.

Prof. Record: Began publication at age of
sixteen: newspaper free lancing, mag. non-
fiction, books: adding a little later, lecturing
and directing marionette productions. Author
of the following books: Our Little Ukrainian
Cousin (with Clara V. Winlow), 1925: Our
Little Lithuanian Cousin, 1926; Our Little
Chilean Cousin, 1928; Our Little Florentine
Cousin of Long Ago, 1929; Our Little Bur-
mese Cousin, 1931 (all pub. by L. C. Page &
Co.); Nursery Rhymes from Bohemia (Rob.
M. McBride & Co.), 1929; A Happy Day
(Szalatnay), 1929; major mag. subj.: "Ad-
ventures in Living."

Religion: That expressed by Coleridge's lines
on "He prayeth best."

Politics: A Jeffersonian.

Home Address: 817 Bear Flag Way, Sacra-
mento, Calif. *



WINLOW. Clara Vostrovsky. A.B.

Author, Writer.

Born: West Point (Nebraska), Oct. 27, 1871;
d. of Anna (Witousek, and Jerome Vostrovsky.
Education: Stanford Univ.; travelled and stud-
ied abroad; spec, courses at the Univ. of

Degrees: A.B., Stanford Univ., 1895.
Married: Albert E. Winlow, in New York City,
Nov. 13, 1901; ch.: Anna Constance.
Prof. Record: Inspector, Tenennent House
Dept., New York City, 1902-03; Prin., For-
eign Ext. Dept., Los Angeles Public Library,
1920-22; Lecturer in Summer School, Univ.
of Calif., 1925; Instr. in Univ. of Calif. Ext.
1925-29; free lance newspaper work, 1919-22;
mag. and book writing to present time.
Publications: Our Little Bohemian Cousin,
1911; Our Little Serbian Cousin, 1913; Our
Little Bulgarian Cousin, 1913; Our Little Car-
thaginian Cousin of Long Ago, 1915; Our
Little Roumanian Cousin, 1917; Our Little
Finnish Cousin, 1918; Our Little Czechoslovak
Cousin, 1920; Our Little Jugoslav Cousin,
1923; (all pub. by L. C. Page & Co.); The
Kitten That Grew Too Fat (Macrae Smith).
1927. Translator of Ostrovsky's The Forest
(with Geo. Rapall Noyes), (Samuel French,
pub.), 1926; Kozisek's The Magic Flutes
(Longmans Green pub.), 1929; Flick and Flock
(Szalatnay, pub.), 1929; also many articles
pertaining to child study; mag. features, and
serials for young folks, the last appearing in
various juvenile mags, of today.
Recreations: Reading of a wide range; meet-
ing unconventional thinkers interested in the
rights of minorities, justice and kindness to

Home Address: 817 Bear Flag Way, Sacra-
mento, Calif. *

WINN. Charles Vanderbilt

Christian Science Lecturer.
Born: Niles (Mich.), Oct. 13, 1881; s. of
Caroline (Crotty) and Peter John Winn.
Education: Univ. of Mich.; Kalamazoo Coll.
and High School.

Married: Marion Estelle, d. of Ida Stone New-
man, in Detroit (Mich.), Jan. 30, 1913.
Prof. Record: Christian Science Practitioner,
Teacher and Lecturer.

Publications: Has written many articles for
the Christian Science Sentinel, Journal and

Religion: Christian Scientist.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 625 Pacific Southwest Bldg.,
Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 1613 Casa Grande, Pasadena,

WINN. Major General Frank L.,

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