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(Calif.), July 30, 1912; ch.: Alan Coleman.
Prof. Record: Studied in Boston, taught and
concertized on Eastern coast and in Cali-
fornia; held positions as Organist from early
girlhood until a few years ago; founded
Coleman Chamber Concerts 35 years ago,
now given in Pasadena Playhouse world-fa-
mous organizations play.

Directorship: Coleman Chamber Music Assn.
Memberships: Fine Arts; Tuesday Musicale.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. and Home Address: 626 So. Arroyo
Blvd., Pasadena, Calif.

BATCHELOR, Professor Leon D(exter),

B.S., Ph.D.


Director, University of California Citrus Ex-
periment Station.

Born: Upton (Mass.), May 8, 1884; s. of
Margaret E. (McComb) and Henry J. Batch-

Education: New Hampshire State Coll.,
1907; Ph.D., Cornell U., 1911.


WHO'S WHO I r; c a 1. 1 f o u n i a

MonirU: Floronro, li. of Jessie W. and
Adalbert E. Brown. In Denver (Coin.), Sept.
4, V.n2; ch.: Margaret Batchelor BUs.s and

rro/. Record: Instr. In Horticulture In Cor-
nell U.. 1907-11: Utah Agr. Coll. Horticul-
turist, lDll-15; U. of Calif., Asso. Prof, of
Plant Breeding, 1915-19; U. of Calif., Prof,
of Orchard Management, 1919-29, e.xcept
March, 1926, to April, 1927; Manager of
Field Dept., Calif. Walnut Growers Assn.;
U. of Calif., Prof, of Horticulture and Dir.
of the Citrus Expt. Sta., 1929—.
Membership: Chairman of Walnut Control

Publications: Numerous bulletins and arti-
cles in the field of horticulture.
ReJigion: Unitarian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Horseback riding and gardening.
Bus. and Home Address: Citrus Experiment
Station, Riverside, Calif.

BATE. Dayrell M.

Corporation Executive.

President and General Manager, Bay Cities
Ptg. Corp.

Born: San Francisco, 1899; s. of Arabella
(Dixon> and Thomas Ezra Bate.
Education: Public schools in Vancouver
(Can.); University of Washington, one year.
Married: Leonore, d. of Louis Hartwig, in
Portland (Ore.); ch.; One.
Bus. Record: Two years. Can. Bank of Com-
merce; import-export business in Seattle;
printing business since 1928.
Directorship: Bay Cities Printing Corpn.,
Pres. and Gen. Mgr.
Army Service: Royal Air Force. 1917.
Memberships: Oakland Yacht Club.
Religion: Anglican.
Politics: Republican.
Recreation: Yachting.

Bus. Address: 528 - 16th St., Oakland, Calif.
Home Address: Tiburon, Calif. *

BATTRAM, Florence Colby. A.B., M.A.

Born: Denver (Colo.), Mar. 25, 1889; d. of
Or ah Martha (Miller) and Charles Edward

Education: Denver; New York City; Berkeley
(Calif.), and has done special graduate
work in music at U. of Calif.
Degrees: A.B. and Dip. of Music, U. of Den-
ver, 1909; M.A., U. of Columbia, 1911;
Genl. Secondary Credentials. State Bd. of
Edn. of Calif.

Married: Frederick George Battram, in Oak-
land (Calif.), Mar. 11, 1916.
Compositions: Ha.s composed numerous vocal
pieces for solo and group singing; also many
mixed choruses, too numerous to mention

Memberships: Sigma Kappa Sorority; Nat.
League Amer. Pen Women; Calif. Composers

Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Republican.

Home Address: 1176 Sunnyhills Road, Oak-
land, Calif.

BAUERSFELD, Marjorie Edith O'Neil

Actress (Radio).

Horn: Burt (Iowa), 1895; d. of Edith (Craw-
ford i and Samuel J. O'Neill.
Education: Weston Sch. (Boston); Stanford;
Northwestern; Lyceum Arts Con.servatory

Married: Frederick Samuel, s. of Frederick
Samuel Bauersfeld, in Bancroft (Iowa),
1915; ch.: Marjorie and Frederick, Jr.
Prof. Record: Lyceum and Chautauqua; five
years feature comedienne, Mermaid come-
dies (silent pictures) ; ten years as Radio
Actress. Started with "Beverly Hill Billies,"
later with "Gilmore Circus." (Currently doing
daily program, "Mirandy's Garden Patch,"
over KFI.

Publications: Brother McCandless , 1934;
Breezes from the Hills and Hollers, 1937;
Tales of the Early Days. 1938.
Religion: Christian Science.
Recreations: Gardening.

Bus. Address: Radio Station KFI, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 908 No. Alfred St., Holly-
wood, Calif.

BAUGHMAN. Imo P., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Instructor in Chemistry, Los Angeles City

Born: South Dakota, Aug. 26, 1896; d. of
Mina F. (Henkes) and Sul'ivan G. Baughman.
Education: Los Angeles City Schools.
Degrees: A.B., 1918, M.A., 1919, Ph.D., 1922,
Stanford U.

Prof. Record: Instr. in Chem., Reed Coll.,
1920-23; Asso. Prof., Oklahoma Coll. for
Women, 1923-24 and 1927-.30; Instr. in
Chem., Los Angeles City Coll., since 1930.
Publications: Has written articles on CHiem.
for various publications.

Memberships: Iota Sigma Pi; Women's Univ.
Club; A.C.S., A.A.A.S., F.A.I.C. (Scientific
organizations) .
Religion : Presbyterian.
Politics.: Republican.
Recreations: Photography.

Bus. Address: 855 No. Vermont Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 640 No. Kenmore Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif. *

BAUM. Vicki (Mrs. Richard Lert).


Born: Vienna (Austria), Jan. 24, 1896; d. of
Mathilde (Donat) and Herman Baum.
Education: Vienna Conservatory of Music,

Married: Richard Lert, July 17, 1916; ch.:
Wolfgang and Peter.

Prof. Record: Came to U. S., 1931, natural-
ized, 193S; began as harpist, 1906; first
stories pub., 1909; first book pub., 1914;
Editor, 1926-31; Playwright since 1930, and
Writer for motion pictures since 1932.
Publications: (Trans, from German) Grand
Hotel, 1931; Martin's Summer, 1931; And
Life Goes On. 1932; Helene, 1932; Secret
Sentence, 1932; Falling Star, 1934; Men
Never Know. 1935; Sing. Sister, Sing, 1936;
Tale of Bali, 1937; Shanghai, 1937; Satur-
day Night (play), 1939.



Home Address: 1461 Amalfi Dr.. Los Ange-
les. Calif. *

BAUMAN, The Reverend Jacob
(deceased Nov. 23. 1940).

Past Rabbi. Congregation Shara Torah.
Born: Riseshitz (Poland), 1876; s. of Eva
and Shima Bauman.

Education: Studied with Rabbis Samuel
Wcingart (KoweD, Avigdor Judah Lieb. and
Abraham Bornstein. who was the head Rabbi
of Sochotchov; received Rabbical degree at
the age of 18.

Degrees: Rabbi Zevi Bedovsky (Rabbi of
Konin), bestowed a degree: in 1904, at the
ago of 28, the Russian govt, gave him a

Married: Frymet Danziger, Zagarow (Poland)
1899; ch.: Gladys B. Halprin, Nellie B.
Field, Ma.x Seymour Bauman. Esther B.
Rose, Sam Bauman and Eva B. Narwitz.
Prof. Record: After receiving Rabbinical de-
gree, devoted next few years to teaching
other scholars; ordained at age of 25 by
Rabbi Abraham Isaac, the Rabbi of Zagarov,
a son of Rabbi Solomon Posner; came to
Los Angeles in 1907; was Rabbi of Agudas
Achim congregation for two years; char-
tered the Congregation Shara Torah, of
which he was the Rabbi until his death; he
was recognized as one of the greatest Tal-
mudic scholars of his time.

Publications: Chemdath Jacob, Talmudical
Commentaries, and was writing modern in-
terpretations of the Talmud which had not
been published up to the time of his passing.
Institutions: One of the founders of the He-
brew Sheltering Home for the Aged and
Hebrew Free Burial Society, and many other
orthodox institutions.
Religion: Jewish.

Politics: Republican until Franklin D. Roose-
velt ran for President.
Recreations: Study of the Talmud.
Bus. Address: 947 Arapahoe St., Los Ange-
les. Calif- *

BAWDEN, Professor Arthur Talbot,

B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D.

Professor of Chemistry, College of the Pa-

Born: Rochester (N.Y.), Nov. 21, 1897; s. of
Susan (Talbot) and Harry Heath Bawden.
Education: Denison University; Ohio State U.;
College of the Pacific; Northwestern U.;
Stanford U.

Degrees: B.Sc, Denison U., 1920; M.Sc,
1921, Ph.D., 1924, Ohio State U.
Married: Elizabeth Springsteen, d. of H. V.
D. Cooper, Columbus (Ohio), Sept. 3, 1923;
ch.; Barton Tecumseh; Horace Talbot.
Prof. Record: Head Chem. Dept., Ottawa U.,
1923-26; Head Sci. Dept., Baylor Coll.,
1926-29; Prof. Chem., U. of Shanghai.
1929-31; Prof. Chem., Coll. of Pacific,
1921 — : Chr., Div. Nat. Sci. and Math.,
Stockton Jr. Coll., 1927—; employed fre-
quently as a Consulting Chemist.
Directorships: Dir., Consumer's Products
Co., Stockton.

Publications: Man's Physical Universe (Mac-
Millian), 1937.

Army Record: S.A.T.C. Sept. -Dec. 1918.
Memberships: Calif. Teachers Assn., Amer.

Chem. See, Prog. Edn. Assn., Nat. Edn.
Assn., Amer. Assn. of Commons Clubs.
Religion: Baptist.
Politics: Non-partisan.

Recdeations: Reading, painting, fishing,
camping, traveling.

Bus. Address: Stockton Junior Coll., Stock-
ton, Calif.

Home Address: 666 Maripsoa, Stockton,

BAXTER, Professor Frank Condie,

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

Professor of Eng. Language, Literature, Head
of Dept., Eng., U. of So. Calif.
Born: Newbold (N. J.). May 4, 1896; s. of
Lillian Douglas (Murdoch) and F. C. Baxter.
Education: U. of Pa.: U. of Cambridge, Trin-
ity Coll. (England); U. of Calif.
Degrees: A.B., 1923, M.A., 1925, Univ. of
Pa.; Ph.D., Cambridge U., 1932.
Married: Lydia, d. of George Spencer Mor-
ris, in Merdantville (N. J.), May 28, 1928;
ch.: S. M., and Frank C, Jr.
Prof. Record: Offices, Pa. Salt. Mfg. Co.,

Army Service: U. S. Army. GHQ 38, Apr.,
1917 to May, 1919, (Nantes-Doulon, Oct.,
1917 to May, 1919).
Religion: Baptist.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Book collecting, carpentry, and
model making.

Bus. Address: Univ. of Southern California,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 679 Prospect Blvd., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

BAXTER, (Miss) Martha Wheeler.

Miniature and Portrait Painter.
Born: Castleton (Vt.): d. of Mary Cornelia
(Lillie) and William Wallace Baxter.
Education: Pa. Acad, of Fine Arts; Art
Student's League (New York City) ; Delectuze
Acad., Julian Acad., Paris (France) ; minia-
tures with Mme. Debillemont and Mme.
Schmitt, Paris (France).

Represented at: Stanmer Park Collection
(Firth Earl of Chichester), Stanmer (Eng.);
Frick (New York City); Los Angeles Mu-
seum; Nat. Gallery. Washington (D. C),
(Oil Portrait) ; Pa. Museum.
Exhibited: France, Switzerland, England, and
many important cities throughout the United
States; Century of Progress Exposition (Chi-
cago), 19.33; Calif. Pac. Internat. Expn.
(San Diego), 1935; Paris Salon: Royal Acad.,
London (Eng.); Treasure Island Expn.,

Avards: Hon. Men., Universal Expn., Paris
(France), 1900; 1st Prize for Miniatures,
Katherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, 1910;
1928— Pac. Southwest Expn. Medal; 1931 —
Pac. Coast Congress of Nat. League of Amer.
Pen Women Art Exhibitioin Award; L. A.
Co. Fair E.xhihition, 7 awards, 1929-39; Calif.
Soc Miniature Painters. 7 awards, 1922-37;
1931 — Pac. Coast Congress of Nat. League
of Amer. Pen Women Art Exhibition (Water-
color), Award; 1938 — Mrs. Walter Harrison
Fisher, prize for sale — Women Painters of
the West (Oil). Two medals Ecole des
Beaux Arts (New York City), 1918-19,
(Murals) ; First Hollywood Riviera Club, Art



Exhibition, 1936, Second Prize; L. A. Brunch,
Sanity In Art. 1940; Logan Medal; Calif.
Art Club, 1910, Award; L. A. County Fair,
Pomona, 19-10.

Membershi/is: Life Mem. Art. Student's
League (New York City); Nat. Assn. ot
Women Painters and Sculptors (New York
City), Pa. Soe. Miniature Painters. Calif.
Arts Club. Past Pres. of Calif. Soc. of
Miniature Painters, Soc. for Sanity in Art,
Inc. (Los AnKelcs), Los Angeles Art. Assn.,
Women Painters of the West.
Memberships: Los Angeles Ebell.
Religion: Christian Science.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Singing.

Ho7ne Address: 1125 No. El Centro Ave.,
Hollywood, Calif. '

BEACH, Professor Jerry Raymond,


Professor of Veterinary Science and Vet-
erinarian in The Experiment Station.
Born: West Danby (N. Y.), Dec. 21, 1888;
s. of Alice (Thayer) and Dwight Beach.
Education: Public schools in Waverly
(N. Y.); Phillips Acad., Andover (Mass.);
Coll. of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell U.
Degrees: D.V.M., Cornell U., 1913.
Married; Elzaida, d. of Eva (Tyrrell) and
George Hanson, in Fortuna (Calif.), Sept.
10, 1919; ch.: Jane, George, and Ruth.
Prof. Record: Joined staff of Division of
Veterinary Science, U. of Calif., as Asst. In
1914; advanced through various academic and
expt. sta. grades and attained present title
in 1930; has devoted full time to research, in
poultry pathology for past 25 years (since
1915); a pioneer in this field of med. re-
search; Guest Worker at Rockefeller Inst,
for Med. Research, 1930-31.
Directorships: Mem. (exec, of.), Calif. Poul-
try Improvement Commn. ; Calif. Poultry
Improvement Assn.

Pxiblications : Numerous scientific and pop-
ular articles in the field of poultry patholog>'.
Army Service: Held commission as Capt.,
Veteriniary Corp. (O.R.C.). for 15 yrs.

Memberships: Local, state, and nat. Vet-
erinary Assns.; Sigma Xi, Alpha Psi.; Amer.
Assn. for the Adv. of Science, Soc. of Amer.
Bacteriologists, Poultry Sci. Assn., Nat. Adv.
Com. on Research, Faculty, Orinda Country,
and Athenian-Nile clubs.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing, squash.
Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

Ho7ne Address: 135 Tunnel Rd., Berkeley,

BEACH, John Parsons.


Born: Gloversville (N. Y.), Oct. 11, 1877; s.
of Sarah Jessup (Warren) and Eugene Beach.
Education: New England Conservatory of
Music, Boston (Mass.); also in Paris under
Mauer and Gedalge; and Malipiero in Italy.
Married: Lucy Lazelle, d. of John W. Car-
ter, in Newtonville (Mass.), 1910; ch.: John
Warren, Peter Hobart.

Prof. Record: At one time Asst. Prof, of
Music at the Univ. of Minn.; is at present

devoting his time to writing and teaching.

Publications: Poem for String Quartet (J. &

W. Chester London); Cornpositiona for Piano.

Voice (G. Shirmer).

Religion: Christian, Protestant Episcopal.

Home Address: 500 Bellomre Way. Pasadena,


BEACH, Major General Lansing
Hoskins. U. S. Army, B.S.

Army Officer (Retired).

Born: Dubuque (Iowa), June 18, 1860; s. of
Helen Mary (Hoskins) and Myron Hawley

Education: Public schools of Dubuque; United
States Military Acad., West Point (N. Y.).
Degrees: B.S., U.S.M.A.

Married: Anna May, d. of Charles (Soddard
Dillon, in Zanesvllle (Ohio), June 18, 1890;
ch.: Lansing Dillon.

Army Record: Officer, United States Army
through all grades: 2nd. Lieut., 1st Lieut.,
Capt., Maj., Lt. Col., Col., Maj. (Jen. and
Chief of Engineers, all in the Corps of
Engineers, U. S. Army; Commissioner, D. C.
Commissioner on part of U. S. Internat.
Water Commn., U. S. and Mexico; Com-
missioner on part of U. S. Texas Boundary;
Commission, U. S. and Texas.
Memberships: Army and Navy, (Wash.
D. C); Los Angeles Athletic, Twilight

Home Address: 690 Bradford St., Pasadena,

BEAL, (Miss) Nova June, A.B.

Principal Personnel Examiner, California
State Personnel Board.

Born: La Porte (Ind), June 22, 1886; d. of
Mary (Dell Knott) and Willis Elial Beal.
Education: Univ. of Chicago; Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: A.B., U. of Chicago, 1909.
Prof. Record: Asst. Secty., Calif. State CivQ
Service Commn., Jan. 7, 1914; Secty., Calif.
State Civil Service Commn., Oct. 1, 1917;
Examiner, Calif. State Civil Service Commn.,
July 1, 1921; Chief Examiner, Calif. State
Civil Service Conunn., Feb. 1, 1924; Prin-
cipal Personnel Examiner, Calif. State Per-
sonnel Board, Jan. 13, 1932 to date, in
charge of all the technical and administra-
tive functions involved in testing and re-
cruiting all personnel for the Calif. State
Civil Service System by means of competi-
tive civil service examinations.
Religion: Christian Science.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Homemaking, gardening.
Bus. Address; 1015 L St., Sacramento, Calif.
Ho7ne Address: 2239 Fourth Ave., Sacra-
mento, Calif. *

BEALL, Albert William.

President and Manager of Santa Clara Pack-
ing Company.

Born: San Jose (Calif.), May 2, 1895; s. of
Alice (Mills) and William A. Beall.
Education. San Jose (Calif.).
Degrees: Univ. of Calif., Ex. 1918.
Married: Marion E., d. of Chas. O. Bocks, In
San Francisco (Calif.), 1920; ch.: Frances,
Nancy and Alberta.
Bus. Record: Started farming in 1919;



1920-31, Supt. and later Asst. Mgr. of The

Beckwith Co., Reedley (Calif.); Pres. and

Mgr. of Santa Clark Packing Co., 1921—.

Directorships: Pres., Santa Clara Packing

Co.; Dir., First Fed. Savings & Loan Assn.,

San Jose (Calif.).

Navy Service: Served in the Navy during

the World War I from 1917-19.

Menxberships: Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite

Bodies; Rotary; Ste. Claire Club.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Hunting, golf, gardening.

Bus. Address: 620 No. Eighth St., San Jose,


Home Address: 616 Morse St., San Jose,

Calif. •

BEALL, Harry Hammond. A.B.

President, Beall Publicity Service.
Born: Gallipolis (Ohio), Feb. 22, 1889; s. of
Llizzie Augusta (Bayes) and Basil Beall.
Education: Grade schools in Columbus and
Cincinnati (Ohio); Walnut Hills. San Diego,
and Redlands Union High Schools; Pomona
Coll. Prep. Sch.; Pomona Coll.; Stanford
Univ.; U. of Calif. (Berkeley); U. of So.

Degrees: A.B., Stanford, 1912.
Married: Betty, d. of Don Pedro Rush, at
Los Angeles, (Calif.), Sept. 13, 1924; ch.:
none by this marriage . . . Barbara Vir-
ginia, by a former marriage to Mary Edna
(Cook) . . . (div. 1921).

Bus. Record: Has operated own press, pub-
lic relations, exploitation and advertising of-
fices since 1915; Writer and Editor, Los An-
geles newspapers, magazines ; Publicity Di-
rector over period of years for Sid Grauman,
Walt Disney, Thomas H. Ince, Sol Lesser,
Southern Calif. Bus. Men's Assn., So. Calif.
Restuarant Assn., United-for-Calif. group,
Wright Act Repeal Assn., Philippine In-
dependence organizations; Managing Editor,
Fawcett Publications; many other campaigns
for screen, stage and radio celebrities, hotels,
community enterprises, orange shows, co. af-
fairs, pageants and expositions.
Memberships: Sigma Tau (Pomona Coll.
chapter); Henry Knox Lodge F. and A. M.,
Royal Order of Jesters, Los Angeles Court
No. 84, Signet Chapter, Royal Arch Masons,
Los Angeles Commandery, No. 9, Knights
Templar, Al Malaikah Temple, Shrine of No.

Religion: Methodist Episcopal.
Recreations: Yachting, bowling, badminton.
Bus. Address: Beall Bldg., 541 Lillian Way,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 5123 Coldwater Canyon, Van
Nuys, Calif.; P. O. Box 1069, Hollywood,
Calif. *

BEALS. Carleton, A.B., M.A.

Born: Medicine Lodge (Kan.), Nov. 13, 1893;
s. of Elvina Sybilla (Blickensderfer) and
Leon Eli Beals.

Education: Pasadena High Sch.; Univ. of
Calif.; Grad. study, U. of Colombia; Mexico,
Rome, and Madrid.

Degrees: A.B., cum laude, U. of Calif.,
1916; M.A., Columbia U., 1917.
Married: Blanca Rosa Leyva y Arguedes, d.
of Colonel Carlos Samuel Leyva, Lima
(Peru), Sept. 5, 1934.

Prof. Record: Principal, Amer. High Sch.,
Mexico City, 1919-20; Inst., Personal Staff,
Pres. Venustiano Carranza, 1920; For. Cor-
respondent, Spain, Italy, 1920-23; Lecturer,
New York City Board of Edn., 1924; Cor-
respondent, Mexico, Central Amer., Cuba,
1925-29; Lecturer, U. of Mexico, summer,
1928; For. Corresp., France, Spain, Italy,
Greece, Turkey, Russia, Germany, 1929; For.
Corresp., Cuba, Mexico, Latin Amer., 1930-34;
Guggenheim Fellowship, 1930-31 ; Lecturer,
New Sch. of Soc. Research (N.Y.), 1935:
Corresp., Scottsboro Trial (N.Y. Post),
1936; Corresp., North Amer. Newspaper Al-
liance (Cuba), 1935; Pres., Editorial Board,
Latin Amer. Digest, 1933-35; Asso. Editor,
Latin Amer. Press Service, 1933-34; Faculty,
U. of Calif., summer, 1932.
Publications: Mexico, (An Interpretation),
1923; Rome or Death; The Story of Fascism,
1923; Brimstone and Chile, 1927; Destroying
Victor, 1929; Mexican Maze, 1930; Bana
Gold, 1931; Porfirio Diaz: Dictator of Mex-
ico, 1932; Black River, 1933; Crime of Cuba.
1934; Fire on the Andes, 1935; Biography of
Huey P. Long, 1936; The Stones Awake.
1936; The Coming Struggle for Latin Amer-
ica, 1937; America South. 1937; Glass Houses,
1938; American Earth. 1939; The Great
Circle. 1940; Pan American. 1940. Co-author,
American Genius; The Spirit of Mexico; Con-
temporary Opinion; Rifle Rule in Cuba; The
Writer in a Changing World, etc.
Army Service: Coast Artillery, 1917-18.
Memberships: Pi Gamma Mu; Foreign Press
Club (Mexico City).
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Horse-back riding, swimming,
chess, and mountain climbing.
Home Address: 1943 Berkeley Way, Berkeley,

Other Addresses: Brockett's Point, Branford,
Conn.; cjo Houghton Mifflin Co., 2 Park St.,
Boston, Mass.; 191 Claremont Ave., New
York, N. Y. *

BEALS, Professor Ralph Leon, A.B.,

Assistant Professor and Chairman, Dept. of
Anthropology and Sociology, U.C.L.A.
Born: Pasadena (Calif.), July 19, 1901; s. of
Elvina (Blickensderfer) and Leon E. Beals.
Education: Pasadena and Berkeley Public
Schools; A-to-Zed Sch. (Berkeley); U. of

Degrees-Honors: A.B., 1926, Ph.D., 1930, U.
of Calif., Berkeley; Honorary Professor,
National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico, 1940.
Married: Dorothy, d. of Onevieve (Savage)
and George P. Manchester, at Yosemite,
(Calif.), June 13, 1923; ch.: Ralph Carleton
and Alan Robin.

Prof. Record: Editor for Manchester Pub-
lications, 1922-26, 1927-28; Bus. Mgr., Cal-
ifornia Monthly. 1926-27; Nat. Research
Council Fellow in Biological Sciences, 1930-32 ;
Fellow, Southwest Soc. of N. Y., 1932-33;
Asst. to Chief, Field Div. of Edn., Nat. Park
Service (Berkeley), 1933-35; Lecturer, U. of
Calif. (Berkeley), 1935; Instr., U. of Calif.
(Los Angeles), 1936-39; Archaeological Dir.,
Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition,
1938-39; Asst. Prof., U.C.L.A., 1939;
President, Southwest Archaeological Federa-
tion, 1939-40; Chmn., Dept. of Anthropology
and Sociology, 1940 — ; Editor, Section on
Ethnology of Mexico and Central Amer.,
Handbook of Latin Amer. Studies, 1940 — .



Numerous rosourch trips to Mexico, 1930 to

Pubticotions: Tha Nisenan; The Comparative
Kthiiolof}!/ of Northern Mexico; The Acnxee;
A Mo\uii(tin Tribe of Sintiloa nnd Diirungo;
Prrlimiiinrii Survey o/ the Ethnography of
the Southwcut ; The Pima and Western
Apache: Indiana of Rocky Mountain National
Park; History of Glacier National Park; and
numerous shorter technical papers and re-

Memberships: Sipima XI, Phi Beta Kappa, Pi
Gamma Mu. American Anthropological Assn.,
Soc. for Amor. Archaeology, Southwestern
Archaeological Federation.
Religion: Non-sectarian.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: High Sierra pack trips, garden-
ii g, swimming.

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

Hojne Address: 568 Dryad Rd., Santa Monica,

BEARDSLEY, Charles (Alexander).

U.S.N.R., A.B., J.D.

Born: Townville (Pa.), Jan. 14, 1882; s. of
May (Fleming) and Ezra S. Beardsley.
Education: Pub. schs. of Calif.; Stanford

Degrees: Stanford U., A.B., 1906, J.D., 1908.
Married: Agnes I. Lafferty.
Prof. Record: Associated with the firm of
Fitzgerald & Abbott from 1908-12; Mem. of
firm of Fitzgerald, Abbott & Beardsley, from
1913 to date; also Asst. City. Atty. of Oak-
land (Calif.), 1911-15; Pres., State Bar of
Calif., 1929-30; Pres., Amer. Bar Assn.,
Navy Service: Lieut. Commdr. in U.S.N.R.,

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the
Coif and Phi Delta Phi (honorary) ; Athenian-
Nile, Athens Athletic, Bohemian, and Clare-
mont Country clubs.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Central Bank Bldg., Oak-
land, Calif.

Home Address: Claremont Country Club,
Oakland, Calif.

BEATTIE. George William. B.S., M.S.

Educator (retired) ; Orange Grower.
Born: Jamaica (West Indies), April 10,
1859; s. of Angelica (Strong) and William

Education: Pub. schs. and Academy, Oberlin
(Ohio); Univ. of Calif., Berkeley.
Degrees: B.S., 1899, M.S., 1901, U. of Calif.
Married: Helen, d. of Emma Luella (Jones)
and Joseph Abraham Pruitt, Los Angeles
(Calif.), July 29, 1901; ch.: Helen and
CJeorge Frederick.

Prof. Record: Education: Teacher, pub, schs.,
1877; Supt. of Schs., San Bernardino Co.,
1891; Conductor, First Summer Session
Chemistry Dept., U. of Calif., 1899; Secty.
Calif. Ednl. Com., 1901; Author of Calif.
Plan to certificate teachers on credentials
from State Board of Edn.; Div. Super, of
Schs., Negros (Philippine Islands), 1901;
Super. Philippine Normal Sch. (Manila),
1903; Dean, Jr. Coll. (Manila), 1909; Asso.

Prof, of Edn. and Acting Dean, Coll. of

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