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Tackle; Veiled Horizons.

Memberships: Chi Psi, Sigma Sigma, Delta
Si;,'ma Nu, P.ilos Verdes Anglers, Long
Heach .S|)ortsmen, Southwest Anglers.
Pohtxcs: Republican.

Recreations: Formerly enjoyed big game

Home Address: Route 1, Box 43- A, Fall-
brook, Calif. *

BANKS (Miss) Florence Estelle.

Credit Manager, Los Angeles Soap Com-

Born: Near Atchison (Mo.), December 30,
1882; d. of Julia Estella (Goodhue) (native
of Nebraska), and George Esreff Banks (na-
tive of Wisconsin).

Education: Public and high schools, Ever-
ett (Washington) ; Normal School, Belllng-
ham (Wash.); special work at Univ. of So.
Calif, evening school.

Bus. Record: Taught four years, then took
course in business. Began career as Sten-
ographer in Credit Department, Cudahy Pack-
ing Co., Los Angeles. From there went to
present place of employment as Assistant In
Credit Dept. Eventually became Head of
the Dept. Has been very active In work
of Los Angeles Credit Men's Assn. and or-
ganized its Women's Div., also the Wo-
men's Committee of the Natl. Assn. of Credit
Men and was first Chrmn. At one time
served on the Board of Directors of Los An-
gelet Credit Men's Assn. Was a Charter
Member of the Soroptimist Club and its first
Secy., also Charter Mem. of Women's Ath-
letic Club.

Publications: Feature articles on Credit.
Wrote a series of thirteen radio scrips for
business and prof, women's clubs of Los
Angeles which are now used as vocational
material by the Nat'l. Federation of Business
and Professional Women.
Memberships: National Business and Pro-
fessional Women of Los Angeles and Credit
Women's Clubs.

Religion: A mixture of sundry philosophies.
Politics: Republican until there is some-
thing better.

Recreations: Motoring, character analysis
and astrology.

Bus. Address: 617 E. First St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 408 S. Berendo, Los Angeles,

BANTON. Travis.

Costume Director, Twentieth Century-Fox
Film Corp.

Born: Waco (Texas); s. of Marguerite (Jon-
es) and Rentfro Black Benton.
Education: Columbia Univ.; Art Students
League of N. Y.; N. Y. School of Fine and
Applied Arts.

Bus. Record: Designer with Madam Francis
Inc. N.Y., 1919-24; Costume Designer with
Paramount Prod., Hollywood, Calif., 1924-
37; free lance designing for Selznick Inter.,
Sam CJoldwryn and Walter Wanger Prod.
Now with 20th Century-Fox Film. Corp.
Navy Record: U. S. Navy from 1917-19.
Memberships: Delta Tau Delta.



Bus. Addresx: Twentieth Contury-Fox Film
Corp., Beverley Hills, Calif.
Home Address: 4472 Wilshire Blvd., Los An-
geles. Calif.

BARBER. Allyn Herschel. A.B., J.D.

Member, firm of Hahn & Hahn.
Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Jan. 4, 1896; s.
of Ellen Isabel (Yates) and David Cassat

Education: Los Angeles public schools; Le-
land Stanford Jr. University.
Degrees: A.B., 1919; J.D., 1920, Stanford

Married: Doris McElroy, d. of Allie (Steph-
ens) and William E. Hall at Covina (Calif.),
April 26, 1923. Ch.: Ellen Elizabeth.
Directorships: Pasadena Chamber of Com-
merce; Trustee, Pasadena Preventarium.
Army Service: Enlisted National Army, Dec.
1917 Honorably discharged Dec. 1918. Sec-
ond Lieutenant of Artillery U. S. Reserve

Memberships: University Club of Pasadena;
Zeta Psi Fraternity and Phi Delta Phi.
Religion: Episcopalian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Tennis, swimming, boating, fish-
ing, riding.

Business Address: Pacific-Southwest Bldg.,
Pasadena, Calif.

Ho7ne Address: 955 Old Mill Rd., Pasadena,

BARBER, John Edwin. A.B.
Vice-President, Middle West Service Com-

Born: Toledo (Ohio), Dec. 3, 1886; s. of
Ida May (Hull) and Jason Alonzo Barber.
Education: Yale Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Yale U., 1910.
Married: Grayson Carter Beach, Washing-
ton (D. C), Dec. 18, 1920; ch. : Carter,
Mary Custis, Elizabeth Morgan.
Bus. Record: With Harris, Forbes & Co.
(New York and Philadelphia), 1910-17;
President, First Securities Co.; Vice Presi-
dent, First National Bank, Los Angeles,
1929-32; Pres. and Dlr., Central and South-
west Utilities Co., and Vice Pres., Middle
West Corp., 1932-38; Vice Pres., Middle
West Service Co., 1938—; Dir., Great Lake
Power Co., Copper District Power Co., Pe-
cos Valley Power & Light Co., with U. S.
Shipping Bd. in various capacities, including
Vice Pres., Emergency Fleet Corp. and At-
tache Am. Peace Commn., Paris, 1917-19;
Asst. to Dawes Commn. on German Repara-
tions, 1924.

Directorships: Calif. Inst. Tech. Associates.
Decorations: Comdr. Order of Crown (Italy).
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Zeta Psi, Cal-
ifornia Club, Midwick Club.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 20 No. Wacker Dr., Chicago,

Home Address: 270 Arroyo Dr., Pasadena,
Calif. *

BARBER, Oscar Thomas. LL.B.

Lawyer, Orange Grower.

Born: Carson City (Nevada), Feb. 25, 1874;

s. of Emma California (Ferris) and Oscar
Thomas Barber, Sr.

Education: Riverside High School, (Calif.);
Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: LL.B., U. of Calif., 1899.
Married: Ava Elizabeth, d. of George Frank
Earle. at Berkeley (Calif.), on July 8, 1909;
ch.: Betty B. Hadden, Margaret Burnham,
Ava Jean and Thomas Earle Barber.
Prof. Record: Practised law in San Fran-
csico, as individual, since May, 1899; Orange
Grower, 58-acre orchard, Sanger (Calif).
Directorships: Fidelity Acceptance and Thrift
Co., Fidelity Acceptance Corp., Fidelity Guar-
anty Building and Loan Assn., Pacific School
of Religion, Y.M.C.A., Berkeley; A. I. Hall
and Sons, Wood and Hart, Inc., San Fran-

Memberships: Hillcrest Lodge, No. 573, F.
and A.M.; San Francisco Kiwanis Club;
Commonwealth Club of Calif.; Phi Delta Phi;
American Bar Assn., and Calif. State Bar.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf, swimming and orange

Bus. Address: 2100 Mills Tower, San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 2925 Russell St., Berkeley,

BARCLAY. Professor Thomas Swain.

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

Prof, of Political Science, Stanford Univ.
Born: St. Louis (Mo.), Jan. 26, 1892; s. of
Lillie (Swain) and George Reppert Barclay.
Education: Univ. of Mo.; Univ. of Chicago;
Columbia Univ.

Degrees: A.B., 1915, M.A., 1916, U. of Mo.;
Ph.D., Columbia U., 1924.
Prof. Record: Amer. Peace Commn., Paris,
1919; Assistant Prof, of Pol. Sci., U. of Mo.,
1922-27; Assoc. Prof, of Pol. Sci.. Stanford
U., 1928-37; Consulting Fellow, The Brook-
ings Institution, 1931-33: Leader, Des Moines
Public Forums, 1936; Prof, of Pol. Sci., Stan-
ford U., since 19.37; Visiting Prof, at seven
leading American Universities.
Publications: The Liberal Republican Move-
ment; The Movement for Municipal Home
Rule; contributor to journals of politics and

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Theta
Pi; Bohemian Club, (San Francisco).
R eligion : Episcopal .
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Golf and baseball.
Bus. Address: Stanford Univ., Calif.

BARKAN. Professor Hans. A.B., M.D.
Clinical Professor of Orpthalmology, Stan-
ford Univ. Med. School.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), July 26, 1882;
s. of Louise (Desepte) and Adolph Barkan.
Education: Stanford Univ.; Harvard Univ.;
post-grad, study in Ophthalmology, Vienna,

Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1905; M.D.,
Harvard U., 1910.

Married: Phoebe Bunker, Oct. 20, 1916; ch. :
Adolph William and Phoebe Sarah.
Prof. Record: Asst. in Pathology, Harvard
1910-11, Instr., 1911-12; Vol. Asst. eye clin-



Ic, Vienna, liJlL'-M; practised at San Fran-
clsro sinco li)ll; with Stanford U. Med. Sch.
as Asst. Instr. and Assoc. Prof, of Ophthal-
mology, li)14-'28. Clink- Prof, since 19128.
Directorships: Trustee Mills Coll., Thacher
Sch. Mem. Am. and Calif. Mod. Assns.,
Amer. Acad. OphthalmoloKy and Otolaryn-
gol <>»'•

Arinv Service: Capt. Med. Corps, U. S. A.,

Memberships: American Opthal Soc; Pacific
Coast Oto-opthal Soc; Delta Tau Delta; Al-
pha Omega Alpha; Sigma Nu Sigma; Univ.,
Olympic, San Francisco Flycasting Clubs;
Mem.. Editorial Staff, A7n. Jour. Ophthal-

Bus. Address: Stanford Univ. Hospital, 2351
Clpy St.. San Francisco, Calif.
Home Address: 3653 Jackson St., San Fran-
cisco. Calif.

BARKER, George.

Artist (Landscape and Portrait), Teacher
and Lecturer.

Born: Omaha (Nebr.), Feb. 20, 1882; s. of
Annie (Osborne) of Sheffield (England), and
George E. Barker of Chester (England).
Education: Omaha (Nebr.), and in Paris
(France) with Edwin Scott, Andre L'Hote,
and in class of J. Laurie Wallace. Has
also done special work in various univer-

Married: Olive Ruth, d. of Isaac ^\^^ite Car-
penter, Omaha (Nebr.). June 28, 1911; ch.:
George Carpenter. (U.C.L.A., A.B., '35; Col-
umbia U., M.S. "36).

Bus. Record: Member of Earlier Co.. Omaha
(Nebr.), founded by Geo. E. Barker, who
came to Omaha in 1856 as a pioneer with
his father from England (Rev. Joseph Bar-
ker). Past Vice-Pres., Calif. Art Club; Past
Pres., Omaha Art Guild.

Directorships: Painters' and Sculptor's Club
of L. A.

Memberships: Calif. Art Club; Long Beach
Art Assn. ; Santa Monica Art Assn.
Religion: Episcopal and Unitarian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Desert painting, writing.
Bus. Address: Studio, 536 Alma Real Dr.,
Pacific Palisades, Calif.
Home Address: La Questa, Corona, Calif. *

BARKER, (Miss) Helen Gordon.

Art Lecturer, KFRC, Mutual Broadcasting

Born: New Bedford (Mass.); d. of Isabell
Matheson (Berry) and William Thornton

Education: Holder of Elementary Certifi-
cate, Hamilton Grammar; Girls High Schl.;
San Francisco Normal; Univ. of Calif. (Units
in the "History of Art", besides three semes-
ters on "Egypt.").

Prof. Record: Art Lecturer at M. H. de
Young Memorial Museum (San Francisco)
once a week, summer and winter, one hour
lectures, 1922-25; twice a week summer and
winter, 45 minute lectures, 1925-41; still
continuing at 2 P. M. and 4 P. M. each Sun-
day: Radio Art Lectures (15 min. each),
each week, summer and winter since Feb.
17, 1926 to present time; still continuing
regularly Wed., 5 to 5:15; started with KPO,
now with KFRC, Mutual Broadcasting Co.;
(741 radio lectures) later intend to have

radio script published In book form.
Oriental Art series. History of American
Painting, Our Colonial Days, Religious Art
and its Hymhols, etc. ; holder of Teacher's
Life Certiricale, granted by S. F. Board of

Mrvihi rships: Charter member, irx)4, of Cap
and Bells Club, recently made an Honorary
Member of said club for distinction brought
the club through Art Lectures and Radio
Talks; Member of Council of The Society
for Sanity in Art (S. F. Branch of the Na-
tional Society, Chicago).
Religion: Protestant Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. and Home Address: 2836 Buchanan
St., San FarncLsco. Calif. •

BARKER, Professor Horace Albert,

A.B., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor in Soil Microbiology,
Univ. of California.

Born: Oakland (Calif.), Nov. 29, 1907; s.
of Nettie (Hindry) and A. C. Barker.
Education: Stanford Univ.
Degrees: A.B., 1929, Ph.D., 1933, Stanford U.
Married: Margaret, d. of P. E. McDowell in
Palo Alto (Calif.); ch.: Barbara Deering and
Elizabeth Hindry.

Prof. Record: National Research Council
Fellow in Biological Science, 1933-35; Gen-
eral Education Board Fellow, 1935-36; Instr.
in Soil Microbiology, U. of Calif., 1936-40,
Asst. Prof., 1940 — . John Simon Guggen-
heim Memorial Fellow, 1941-42.
Publications: Has writen some 25 technical
scientific articles.

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi.
Gamma Alpha, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Soc. of
Amer. Bacteriologists.
Religion: Christian.
Politics: Non-partisan.
Recreations: Fishing.

Bits. Address.- Univ. of Calif., 3048 Life
Sciences Bldg., Berkeley, Calif.
Home Address: 992 Ventura Ave., Berkeley,

BARKER, Olive Ruth.

Painter (Water Color).

Born: Chicago (111.), d. of Caroline M. Bathe-

Education: Oberlin Conserv. of Music: stud-
ied art in Omaha with J. Laurie Wallace,
and in Calif, with Paul Sample, F. Tolles
Chambelin, and Millard Sheets; studied de-
sign in Paris (France).

Married: George, s. of Annie (Osborne) and
Geo. E. Barker. Omaha (Nebr.), June 28,
1911; ch.: Geo. Carpenter Barker (U.C.L.A.,
A.B., '35, Columbia U. M.S., '36: now taking
P.G. work in Anthropology, U.C.L.A.).
Memberships: Nat'l. Assn. Women Painters
and Sculptors (N. Y.); Calif. Art Club;
Santa Monica Art Assn. ; Women Painters of
the West; Past Sec'y., Calif. Water Color

Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Gardening, study of botany,
music, sketching out of doors.
Bus. Address: Studio, 535 Alma Real. Dr.,
Pacific Palisades, Calif.
Home Address: La Questa, Corona, Calif. *



BARKOW. Carl G. , , , „ ,

Publisher, Banning Record and Herald, 1 aim
Springs Desert Sun.

Born: Cedar Falls (Iowa), April 15. 1888; s.
of Elizabeth M. (Durst) and Ernest G. Bar-

Married: Mabelle F. Wixom (now editor
Banning Record); d. of Williarn D Wixom
San Bernardino (Calif.). Feb. 10, 1912; ch
Harold W. (editor Desert Sun of Palm
Springs). „

Prof Record: Publisher San Bernardmo
News 1910-11: Arlington Times, Highland
MeZenaer 19^-21. Publisher and Editor
BannZ kecord since 1925; est. Herald ot
Banning, 1927; est. Desert Sun of Palm
Springs 1927; now publisher of all three
Past President, Banning Kiwanis Club, Past
Pres., Banning Ch. of Com.
Memberships: Economic Council of So. Calit.;
Royal Arch Mason.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Travel and reading.
Bits. Address; Banning Record, Banning,

Home Address: 1661 No. San Gorgonio Ave.,
Banning Calif:, and 190 No. Palm Canyon
Dr., Palm Springs, Calif.

BARKOW. Walter Herman.

Publisher, Fallbrook Enterprise.
Born- Sheffield (Iowa), Oct. 13, 1893: s. of
Inzlbelh R. (Durst) and Ernest G. Barkow.
Education: Santa Ana High School.
Married: Hilda F.. d of W. W Webster at
Fallbrook (Calif.), Nov. 29, 19o6, ch.. Wil-
liam C, and Edith L.

Bus Record: Los Angeles Times,. 3 years;
LOS Ange°es Ea-aminer, 16 years. Publisher
of Fallbrook Enterprise past 5 years.
Recreatioyis: Hunting, fishing and swimming.
Business and Home Address: Fallbrook,

BARNARD, Archer Fortescue.

Consulting Engineer. ,

Partner, firm of Leeds, Hill, Barnard and

Born^ St. Joseph (Mo.), Dec. 29, 1881; s of
Julia Boswell (Keefer) and John Fisk Bar-
nard. .
Education: Public schools, Cincinnati (Ohio)
Council Bluffs (Iowa), and St. Joseph (Mo )
Sheffield Scientific School (Yale Univ.), 1900
Univ. of Wise. 1902-04.

Married: Myra Lillian, d. of Myra Daniel
(Allen) and Emil Frazier Ruppel, in Pasa-
dena (Calif.), June 20, 1922; ch.: Wilfred
Ruppel and Myra Helena.

Prof Record: Ass't on Eng'r. Corps., Los
Angeles and Salt Lake R. R. (now Union
Pacific), 1904-12, Salt Lake City and Los
Angeles; Ass't. Eng'r., 1914-19, Assoc, 1919-
28, partner, 1928-30, with Leeds and Bar-
nard, Los Angeles; Partner with Quinton,
Code and Hill-Leeds and Barnard, Los An-
geles, 1930-40; Parter with Leeds, Hill, Bar-
nard and Jewett, Loa Angeles, 1940 — .
Army Record: First Lieut., U. S. Army,
World War, Sept. 1918 to April 1919.
Memberships: Univ. Club, (L. A.); Amer.
Soc. of Civil Engrs.
Religion : Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Badminton, gardening, reading
and music.

Btis. Address: Edison Bldg., 601 W. 5th St.,

Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 690 Westgate St., Pasadena,


BARNES, The Reverend Canon C.
Rankin. A.B., B.D.
Rector, St. Paul's Church, San Diego.
Born: Manitowoc (Wise), March 23, 1891; s.
of Janet (Rankin) and Rev. Charles L.

Education: Univ. of Calif.; General Theo-
logical Seminary.

Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1912; B.D.,
Gen. Theo. Sem., 1915.

Prof. Record: Ordained Deacon, 1915; Priest,
Episcopal Church, 1916; Fellow, General
Theological Seminary, 1915-16; Vicar, Imper-
ial Valley Mission, El Centro (Calif.). 1916-
18; Rector, St. James' Church, South Pasa-
dena (Calif.), 1918-31; Exec. Secy., Social
Service Dept., Episcopal Church, 1931-36;
Rector, St. Paul's Church, San Diego, since
1936; Canon, St. Paul's Cath., Los Angeles,
since 1937; Lecturer, Church Divinity Sch.
of the Pacific, Berkeley, since 1939.
Directorships: Child Welfare League of
America, Calif. Conference of Social Work,
Calif. Assn. for Adult Education and San
Diego Symphy. Orch. Assn.
Memberships: National Arts (New York);
Univ. (San Diego) ; Univ. (Pasadena) .
Home Address: 408 Nutmeg St.. San Diego,

BARNES, Clifford Webster, A.B., B.D.
M.A., LL.D.
Educator, Capitalist.

Born: Corry (Pa.), Oct. 8, 1864; s. of Anna
B. (Webster) and Joseph Barnes.
Education: Yale, Univ. of Chiacgo and Ox-
ford (Eng.).

Degrees: A.B.. 1889, B.D., 1892, Yale; M.A.,
U. of Chicago, 1893; LL.D.. Lake Forrest
U., 1913, and 111. Coll., 1925.
Marrid: Alice Reid, May 5, 1898 (dec. May
12, 1938); ch.: Lilace Reid.
Prof. Record: Resident worker, Hull House,
Soc. Settlement, Chicago, 1893-94; Pastor
in Chicago, 1894-97; Dir., Student Christian
Movement, Paris (France), 1898-99; Acting
Pres., American Art Assn., Paris, 1898-99;
Instr. Sociology and Dir. Univ. Settlement
Work, U. of Chicago, 1899-1900; Pres. and
Prof, of Sociology, 111. Coll., 1900-05; Gen.
Sec, Religious Edn. Assn. of America, 1905-
06; Spl. Commr. to Europe to investigate
moral and religious training in schs., 1906-
07; Hon. Sec. and Chmn., Exec. Com., In-
ternational Com. on Moral Training since
1907; Chmn., Executive Com. Legislative
Voters League. 1907-24; Pres., Founder, Chi-
cago Sunday Evening Club, 1908—; Founder,
Com. of 16, 1908, Pres., 1908-16, Mem., Exec.
Com., 1909, Pres., 1935-39, Chmn., Bd., since
1939; Chmn., Chicago Community Trust,
1915—; Pres., Chicago Ch. Fed,, 1925-27;
V.-P., Chicago Assn. Commerce, 1927-31, Dir.,
Mem., Exec. Com., since 1931; Trustee, Chi-
cago Y.W.C.A., 1929—; V.-P., Exec, and
Budget Com., Joint Emergency Relief Fund
of Cook Co., 1931-34; Chicago Plan Commn.
1936, Chicago Recreation Commn., 1937;
V.-P., World Alliance for Internal. Friend-
ship, 1927 — , Del., Triennial Internat meet.,
same, Cambridge, 1931; Del., World Conf. on
Faith and Order, Lausanne, 1927; Mem.,
Exec. Com., Com. of 1000; Advisory Co.,



Federal Council Schls, of Christ In America;

Pres., War Uoereadon Bd. or 111.; Prcs., War

Camp Community Ser.. CtilcaRo; Mem., Nnvy

Commn. on Trainlnt; Camp Activities; Major

and Dept. Commdr., Am. I{od Cro.s.s Commn.

to Greece; V.-P., Chlcnso Commn. Fund,

1934 — ; Dlr., ChlcaKo Council oC Social Agen-

cles, 1919—; Mem. of Corp. Lake

Acad., 1934 — ; Trustee, Estate of Simon


Directorships: Mem. Board Dirs. GronfcU

Assn. since 1936.

Directorships: Mem., Board Dirs., Grenfell

Silver Palm (Greece), 1919; Knight, Order

of Golden Cross (Greece), 1919.

Memberships: Clubs: Chicago, University,

City, Union League (Chicago), Onwentsia

(Lake Forest, 111.), Yale (N. Y.), Annan-

dr'.e Country (Pasadena, Calif.).

Bus. Address: 10 So. LaSalle St., Chicago,


Home Address: Lake Forest, 111. *

BARNES. Forrest.

Radio Writer and Producer.
Born: Chicago, June 11, 1906; s. of Louise
(Hart) and Sylvanus Warren Barnes.
Education: Nicholas Senn High School.
Married: Evelyn, d. of Charles Bolster, Los
Angeles, May 30, 1936; ch.: Christopher For-

Prof. Record: Nine years in radio. Writer
for First Nighter. Grand Hotel, the John
Barrymore Shakespeare Series, Thrills, Knick-
erbocker Playhouse, Texaco Star Theatre,
Alex Templeton Show. Great Gunns, Edgar
Allen Poe Series, Charles Boyer Radio plays,
etc. Also a number of historical short
subjects for Warner Brothers, two of which
named for Academy Award.
Directorships: National President of the Ra-
dio Writers Guild of the Authors League of

Politics: Democrat.

Recrations: Builder of miniature rooms in
period settings.

Ho7ne Address: Box 14, Redwood Park, Calif.
Other Addresses: L. A. office (R. W. G.)
1655 Cherokee Ave., Hollywood, Calif. *

BARNES, Morgan. A.B., M.A., LL.D.
Professor, Grove City College.
Born: Mercer (Penna.), May 7, 1870; s. of
Elizabeth (Baker) and Samuel Barnes.
Education: Public Schools, Harvard Univ.,
Univ. of Berlin.

Degrees: A.B., Harvard U., 1891; M.A., 1895,
LL.D., 1935, Grove City Coll. (Penna.).
Married: Jane, d. of Isabella (Buchanan)
and Thomas Dale, Grove City (Penna), Sept.
15, 1904; ch.: Eleanor Dale (Mrs. Freder-
ick L. Taft, 3rd.), Thomas Dale.
Prof. Record: Instructor, Grove City Coll.,
1892-94; Prof, ibid., 1894-96; Professor West-
minster (Pa.) Coll., 1896-1903; Teacher,
Thacher School, Ojai (Calif.), 1903-10; act-
ing Vice Principal, Northwestern State Norm-
al Sch., 1911-14; Professor, Grove City Coll.,
1914-17; Classical Master, Thacher School,
1917-31; Headmaster, Thacher School, 1931-
36; Professor, Grove City Coll., 1936—.
Directorships: Dir. of the following: Indian
Defence Assn., (Santa Barbara) ; The Thach-
er School (Ojai) ; George Junior Republic
of Penna.; Ojai Valley Schl.; Ojai Valley

Pub. Library. Tru.stee, OJal Presbyterian


Publications: Contributor to magazines and


Politics: Independent.

Recreations: Collecting American glass.

Bus. and Home Address: 4.33 No. Broad St.,

Grove City, Penna.

Other Address: Casa de Pledra Ranch, OJal

Valley, Calif.

HARNETT. Ellsworth Lansing. A.B.

Secretary, Santa Rosa Building and Loan


Born: Santa Rosa (Calif.), Nov. 18, 1905;

s. of Mary Emma (Fryer) and Charles D.


Education: Public schools (Santa Rosa),

Stanford Univ.

Degrees: A.B. in Mech. Engr., Stanford U.,


Married: Dorothy M., d. of Ida (Miller) and

Emile Stegner, Jacksonville (111.), April 20,

1929; ch.: Dorothy Johana and Constance


Bus. Record: Engaged In the factory of In-

gersoll Rand, Inc., from June, 1927, to May,

1928, when he became Sales Engineer (St.

Louis Office) ; retained this position until

July, 1931; since August, 1931, has been

Secretary of the Santa Rosa Building &

Loan Ass'n.

Directorships: Secty. and Dir., Building &

Loan Ass'n. (Santa Rosa) ; Dir., Sonoma

Co. Land Title Co.

Memberships: Lodge No. 57, F. & A. M. ;

A. & A. S. R. (32°) (Santa Rosa Bodies);

Alpha Kappa Lambda.

Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golt, swimming, boating.

Bus. Address: 629 Fourth St., Santa Rosa,


Home Address: 100 Junior St., Santa Rosa,


BARNETT, Professor George DeForest,

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

Professor of Medicine, Stanford University.
Born: Santa Rosa (Calif), July 12, 1884; s.
of Mary (Cox) and Joel Dwight Barnett.
Education: Stanford Univ.; Johns Hopkins
Medical School.

Degrees: A.B., 1906, M.A., 1909, M.D., 1913,
Stanford U.

Married: Arma C, d. of Edward Curtis
Franklin, at Stanford U. (Calif.), July 12,
1924; ch.: Margaret Adelle, Edward Frank-

Prof. Record: Instructor in Medicine, Stan-
ford Medical School, 1915-17; private prac-
tice (Internal Medicine) 1919-24; Assoc. Prof,
of Med., Stanford, 1924-26; Prof, of Med.
Stanford, 1926—.

Navy Service: Lieutenant, Med. Corps, U. S..
Naval Reserve Forces, 1917-19
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi,
Alpha Omega Alpha, Phi Delta Theta.
Recreations: Music.

Bus. Address: Stanford Hospital, San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 662 Mirada Ave., Stanford
Univ., Calif.



BARNETT. Professor Samuel Jackson.


Professor of Physics, Univ. of Cailf. and
Research Associate, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Born: Woodson Co. (Kan.), Dec. 14, 1873;
s. of Margaret Lees (Duff) and Rev. James
Barnett, D.D.

Education: Public schools and Coll. of Em-
poria (Kan.); Univ. of Chicago; Univ. of
Denver; Univ. ot Va. ; Cornell Univ.
Degrees: A.B., U. of Denver, 1894; Grad.
Sch. of Astronomy, U. of Va., 1896; Ph.D.
Cornell U., 1898.

Married: Lelia Jefferson Harvie, of Amelia
Co. (Va.), July 30, 1904.

Prof. Record: Instr. in Physics and Biology,
U. of Denver, 1894-95; Asst. in Obs., U. of
Va., 1895-96; U. Scholar, later Pres., White
Fellow Cornell U., 1896-98; Instr., Asst.
Prof., and Prof, of Phvsics, Colo. Coll.. 189S-
1900, Stanford, 1900-05, Tulane U. of La.,
1905-11, Ohio State U., 1911-18; Physicist,
Carnegie Inst, of Wash., 1918-26 (Research
Asso., 1924-26) ; Prof, of Physics, U. of Calif.
(Los Angeles), since 1926; Research Asso.
Calif. Inst, of Tech. since 1924. Magnetic

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