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Parents and Teachers.

..lemberships: Calif. Congress of Parents and

Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Home Address: 10031 San Anselmo, South
Gate, Calif. •

BOYNTON, Mary Louise.

Librarian, Beverly Hills Public Library.
Born: Waverly (111.), d. of Mary Louise
(Homes) and Horace R. Boynton.
Education: Los Angeles (Calif.), High Sch.
and Library Sch. of the Public Library.
Prof. Record: First Asst., Reference Dept.,
L. A. Public Library, 1912-19; Librarian,
Santa Paula Pub. Library, 1920-29; Libra-
rian, Beverly Hills Public Library, 1930 — .
Memberships: Women's Athletic Club of L.
A.; Amer. Library Assn., Calif. Library

Bus. Address: Beverly Hills Public Library,
Beverly Hills, Calif.

Home Address: 1170 La Loma Rd., Pasa-
dena, Calif., and 434 No. Palm Dr., Beverly
Hills, Calif. *

BRACKETT, Professor Frank Parkhurst,

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

Professor of Astronomy and Director of Ob-
servatory, Pomona College.
Born: Provincetown (Mass.), June 16, 1865;
s. of Mary Augusta (Thomas) and Solomon
H. Brackett.

Education: St. Johnsbury Acad. (Vermont);
Dartmouth; Hon. Fellow, Clark Univ.; Stu-
dent at Sorbonne (Paris), and Cambridge

Degrees: A.B., 1887, M.A., 1890, Sc.D., 1927,

Married: Lucretia, d. of Amanda and Cyrus
Burdick, at Pomona (Calif.), Aug. 15, 1889;
ch.: Frederick Sumner (Chevy Chase, Md.),
and Frank Parkhurst, Jr. (Holl>^woodl .
Prof. Record: Acad, and College Student.
1878-87; Teacher, Vermont Phillips Acad.
(Danville), Caledonia Co. Acad. (Peacham),
1878-87; Teacher, McPherron Acad. (Los An-
geles), and Private School (Pomona), 1887-
88; Visiting Prof., summer sessions, U. of
Calif. (Los Angeles), and U. of Calif., 1910;
teaching, research and exec, work, Pomona
Coll.; Dir. of Observatory, 1888-1933; Chnm.
of Faculty, Pomona Coll., 1927-30; Chmn. of
Faculty, Claremont Colleges, 1930-32; Emeri-
tus Prof., 1933 — ; study and travel during
leaves of absence. Dir., Solar Eclipse Expe-
ditions, Istlimus, Santa Catalina Island
(Calif.), 1928, Ramm's Ranch and Honey
Lake (Calif.), 1930.

Dirrctorshipt): Trustee, Belglan-Amor. Educa-
tional Found.'illnn.

Puhliratinns: Editor, Publications of Atsro-
nomlc.'il Soc, I'omona Coll.; History of Ran
Jnsc Rnticho; contributions to papers and

Army Service; Mem., Comm. for Relief,
Belgium, 1916; Secy. Scloc. Serv. Bd. No. 2,
Los Angeles Co., 1917-18.
Awards: MMaille du Rol Albert, 1919, given
by King Albert and Queen Elizabeth of

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Kap-
pa Kappa, Kappa Delta (Pomona) ; Academic
Soc; Fellow, A.A.A.S.; Mem.. Amer. Math.,
Assn. of Amer.; Astron. of Amer. and Royal
Astron. Soc. (Canada).
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 260 E. Third St., Claremont,

Home Address: 101 Park Ave., P. O. Box
433, Balboa Island, Calif.

BRADEN. The Reverend Arthur. A.B.,

Minister, Wilshlre Christian CTiurch.
Born: Westbromwich (Eng.), May 29, 1881;
s. of Seleina (Barton) and Wm. H. Braden.
Married: Cora G., d. of Margaret and John
Yoho. Newcastle (Pa.), June 15, 1904; ch.:
Coral Braden Moon, Norman A., Donald
Dwight, Arthur Wayne and Iril Dale.
Prof. Record: Pastor, Deerfield (Ohio). Clhris-
tian Church, 1902-05; Pastor, Div. St. Church
of Christ, Auburn (N.Y.), 1905-09; Pres.,
Kenka Coll., Kenka Park (N.Y.), 1909-10;
Pastor, Central Church of Christ. Syracuse
(N.Y.), 1910-14; Dir.. Kan. U. Bible Chair
and Dean, School of Religion, Kan. U., Law-
rence (Kan.), 1914-22; Pastor. First Chris-
tian Church, Kansas Citv (Mo.), 1919-22;
Dean and Pres.. Calif. Christian Coll., 1922-
30; Pres., Transylvania Coll. and The Coll.
of the Bible. Lexington (Ky.), 1930-38; Pas-
tor. First Christian Church, Los Angeles,
1938-40; Pastor, Wilshlre Christian Cuhrch,

Religion: Christian.
Politics: Independent.

Bus. Address: 634 So. Normandie, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 845 So. Manhattan PI., Los
Angeles, Calif.

BRADEN, Louis Archibald.

Sheriff, Plumas County.

Born: Quincy (Calif.), Apr. 26, 1880: s. of
Mary Ellen (Stark) and Joseph Braden.

Education: Quincy (Calif.); Oakland (Ccdif.);
Polytechnic School of Engineering.

Married: Josie, d. of Ellen and Sam Jones
at Quincv (Calif.), Mar. 22, 1903; ch. : Eve-
lyn Rae (28).

Bus. Record: Worked for A. W. Keddle,
County Surveyor, 1903; Wm. Watson, County
Surveyor, 1904-06; Lacey Timber Co. of Port-
land, 1907-08; Feather River Lumber Co.,
Floriston Paper Co. and Truckee Lumber Co.,
as Cruiser and Surveyor, 1909; Long Valley
Mines as Bookeeper and Assayer, 1910-11:
went to work as Deputy Sheriff in 1912 and
has been in Sheriff's office until the present.
Memberships: F.A.M., Sincerity, No. 132,



Granville (Calif.); Consistory, Shrine, Reno


Religion: Methodist.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Gun "nut" of all descriptions.

Bus. and Home Address: Quincy, Calif.

BRADEN. William Wallace.

Manager of L. A. Co. Employees Assn.
Born: St. Paul (Minn.), Dec. 20, 1899; s. of
Mae (Van Vorhes) and Chas. W. Braden.
Education: Went to the public schools of
Los Angeles; Univ. of So. Calif.
Married: Violet C. Thomas; ch.: Nancy, Rob-

Bus. Record: Real Estate and Insurance,
1920-30; Politics, 1930-40; past 3% yrs. Field
Secy. (L.A.Co.), (Second Disttrict) ; 3 yrs.
Asst. Supt. of Charities for L. A. Co.
Directorships: Chmn. of Bd., Calif. Breakfast
Club; Pres. of Southside Presidents Club;
Pres. of Acacia Club; Dir. of Woodcraft
Rangers; Commiteeman for Boy Scouts of
Amer. ; Vocational Guidance Chmn. of Sea
Scout Squadron 6 (Southwest L. A.).
Mejnberships: Los Angeles Breakfast, Uplift-
ers, Jonathan and Squires clubs; Amer. Le-
gion Allied Post; Santa Monica Lodge, F. &
A M.; Melrose Masonic Chapter; Los Ange-
les Lodge 99, B.P.O.E.; L.A. Aerie Eagles,
102; Southside Chamber of Commerce;
Kappa Alpha.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 206 So. Spring St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 246 So. Ardmore Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Other Addresses: 2200 So. Harvard Blvd.,
Los Angeles, Calif.

BRADLEY, Bernard Aloysius, A.B.

Asst. Football Coach (Line Coach), Loyola

Born: Rahway (N.J.), Sept. 9, 1909; s. of
Hannah (Horrigan) and Bernard Bradley.
Education: La Salle College, Philadelphia

Degrees: A.B., La Salle Coll., 1934.
Married: Marv A., d. of Mary McHale, Phila.
(Penna.), Aug. 3, 1940.

Prof. Record: Football Coach at La Salle
High Sch. (3 yrs.); Asst. Football Coach at
La Salle College (2 yrs.).
Memberships: Knights of Coulmbus.
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Recreations: Golf, basketball and baseball.
Bus. Address: Loyola Univ., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 5640 McMahon Ave., Philadel-
phia, Penna.

Other Address: 415 W. Manchester Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

BRADLEY, H(enrY) Sewall.

Asst. Secy., Bradley Mining Company.
Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Feb. 16, 1909;
s. of Mary Elizabeth (Parks) and Frederick
Worthen Bradley.

Education: The Tamalpais Sch. (San Rafael) ;
A to ZED Sch. (Berkeley) ; San Mateo Jr.
Coll.; Heald's Bus. Coll. (San Francisco).

Directorships: San Francisco Opera Guild;
Dir. and Pres., Nat. Assn. fbr Adv. of Blind
Artists; Gov., San Francisco Opera Assn.;
Gov., Musical Assn. of San Francisco.
Memberships: Commonwealth of Calif., S. F.
Golf, Ltd., Museum of Art, Bachelors (all
San Francisco) ; Rio del Mar Country Club
(Aptos); S.F. Chapter, Eng. Speaking Union;
Museum of Art (N.Y.); Mus. Soc. bf S.F.
(life) ; Nat. Assn. for Adv. of Blind Artists

Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Hiking, horseback riding, bad-
minton, swimming, travel.
Bus. Address: 425 Crocker Bldg., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 2716 Pacific Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.; "Quartz Lodge," Alta, Calif.*

BRADLEY. Lester Goodwin.

President-Treasurer, Union-Tribune Publish-
ing Company.

Born: Meriden (Conn.), July 20, 1881; s. of
Grace Davenport ((Joodsell), and William
Glenville Bradley.

Education: San Diego Grammar and High
Sch.; Stanford U.

Married: Lillian, d. of Charles L. Abraham,
at Kansas City (Kan.), Nov. 30, 1912.
Bus. Record: Associated with the So. Trust
and Savings Bank, So. Trust and Commerce
Bank, Bank of Italy, Bank of America, all
of San Diego Calif. ; Vice-Pres. and Mgr.,
Bank of Amer., until July 1, 1932; has been
in the newspaper business since July 1, 1932.
Directorships: Vice-Pres., The Copley Press,
Aurora, 111.; Pres.-Treas. and Dir., Union-
Tribune Publishing Co., San Diego (Caai.).
Memberships: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Frat. ;
The Cuyamaca Club (San Diego).
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf and swimming.
Bus. Address: Union Bldg., San Diego, Calif.
Home Address: 515 San Gorgonio, San Diego,

BRADLEY, Nathaniel F., A.B.

Treasurer, City of Visalla, Calif.
Born: Visalia (Calif.,), Aug. 6. 1883; s. o'
Virginia J. (Bequette — who came over plains
in a covered wagon in 1857), and N. O.

Education: Visalia; St. Mary's (Oakland);
Stanford Univ.

Degrees: A.B., St. Mary's Coll., Moroga
(Calif.), 1903; and Stanford U. (Calif.),

Married: Leila M., d. of Louis and Minnie
Lawrence, Visalia (Calif.), 1916; ch.: Law-
rence F., Jeanne E. and Adele.
Prof. Record: Started practicing law in 1908,
Visalia (Calif.), with his father, N. O. Brad-
ley (Bradley & Bradley) ; at present with
brother, C. L. Bradley; on the Bd. of
Trustees, City of Visalia for four yrs.;
Chmn., Democratic Party Control Comm.,
Tulare Co., for 4 yrs.

Directorships: Pres., Peoples Finance & Thrift
Co., Visalia; Pres., West Slope Oil Co.,
Visalia; Secy., Martha Oil Co., and Bequette
Oil Co., and Dir.-Pres., Visalia Sch. Bd.
since 1936; Treas., City of Visalia at present.



Mrtnbcrnhiji/i: Past Exulted Uulcr, Vlsalln

LodRO, U.P.O.K.; Knights of Columbus 4°,

Modern Woodmen of Amer. (Past State

Pies. ) .

Religion: Catliolic.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: HuntinR and tennis.

Hun. Address: 115 So. Churdi St., VLsnlla,


Home Address: 403 No. Locust St., Vlsalla.

Calif. •

BRADLEY, Philip Read. B.S.

Mining Engineer.

Horn: Georgetown (Calif.), Oct. 12, 1875; s.
c" Virginia (Shearer) and Henry Sewell

Education: Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: B.S.. U. Of Calif., 1896.
Married: Mabel, d. of Henry Harland, at San
Francisco (Calif.), Feb. 13." 190.3; ch.: Philip
R., Jr., Henry H., Ruth Bradley Markwart
and Frances Bradley Cowels.
Prof. Record: Former Mining Superintendent
and Mgr.. more recently Pres., Alaska Juneau
Gold Mining Co.; Pres., Treadwell Yukon
Corpn., Ltd.; Dir. of the foregoing compa-
nies, also of the Pacific Mining Co., AtoUa
Mining Co., and First National Bank of
Juneau (Alaska).

Memberships: Bohemian, Engineers, Press
clubs: Amer. Inst, of Mining and Metallurgi-
cal Engineers, Mining and ^Metallurgical So-
ciety of America.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 1022 Crocker Bldg., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1896 Pacific Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

BRADLEY. Walter Wadsworth, B.S.,

Chief, Div. of Mines, Dept. of Natural Re-
sources, San Francisco.

Born: San Jose (Calif.), Sept. 28, 1878; s.
of Carrie Emma (Stevens) and Charles Ed-
ward Bradley.

Education: High School, San Jose: Univ. of

Degrees: B.S., 1901 (with Honorable Mention
for Distinguished Scholarship: also Capt. of
Cadets), E.M., 1917. U. of Calif.
Married: (1) Alice Davies, at Berkeley
(Calif.), 1904 (dec, 1927); (2) Elaine Brad-
shaw, Seattle (Wash.), 1928.
Prof. Record: Gold Mill Operator, Melones
Mining Co. (Melones, Calif.), 1901-02; Asso.
Editor, Min. and Sci. Press (San Francisco),
1903-04; Mill Supt., Standard Cor.s. Mg. Co.
(Bodie,, Calif.), 1905-06; Engr. and Asst. Mgr.
Ventanas Mg. and Expl. Co.. Ltd. (Ventanas,
Dgo, Mexico I, 1907-08; Assayer and Chemist,
De Lamar Co., Ltd. (De Lamar, Idaho),
1909-11; Staff of Calif. Mining Bureau (now
Div. of Mines), successively as Librarian,
Field Asst., Statistician and Curator, Deputy
State Minerologist, 1912—; State Mineral-
ogist, Aug. 1, 1928 — .

Directorships: Dir. and Secy., Bd. Masonic
Temple Assoc. (Berkeley); Vice-Pres. and
Dir., Union League Club (San Francisco),

Publications: BuIlctlnR of Stale Mlnlntr Bu-
rc.iii: No. 78, (juick.iilvcr Resourcrn of Calif.;
No. 79, Mngnesite in Calif.; No. 76, Manga-
nese and Chromium in Calif. (Joint author) ;
Nos. 71, 74, 8.3, 86, HH, f>0, 93, <)4, 96. 87,
100, Mineral Production of Calif., 1915-1926;
also various magazine articles.
Memberships: Durant Lodtje, F.& A.M. (Past
Master); Berkeley Comndry., K. T. (Past
Comdr.); Berkeley, Chap, O.E.S. (Past Pat-
ron); Grand Chap, of Calif. O.E.S. (
Grand Patron); S. F. Engr. Council (Vlce-
Chmn., 19.39-41; Engineers (Board bf Dir.,
19.33-,36), San FrancLsco; Amer. of MIn.
and Mot. Eng. (Chr., S. F. Section, 1935);
Sigma Xi: Commonwealth Club (Calif.); Sons
of Amor. Rev. (State Bd. of Managers. 19.33);
Le Conte Club (geological), (Pres., 1937).
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Music and photography.
Bus. Address: Ferry Bldg., San Francisco,

Home Address: 555 Post St., San Francisco.

BRADLEY, Jr.. Captain Willis Winter,

U. S. Navy, B.S., M.S.
Navy Officer.

Born: Ransomville (N.Y.), June 28, 1884; s.
of Sarah Anne (Johnson) and Willis Winter

Education: Curtis Commercial College, Min-
neapolis (Minn.), 1902; United States Naval
Academy; George Washington Univ.; U. S.
Naval War Colelge.

Degrees: B.S., U.S.N. A., 1906; M.S., Geo.
Wash. U.. 1914.

Married: Sue Worthington. d. of Elizabeth
and Henry Cox, at Baltimore (Md.), Oct.,
1907; ch.; Elizabeth, Susan, Anne and Jose-
• phine.

Prof. Record: U. S. Navv; Ck)v. of Guam,


Navy Service: Midshipman, U. S. Naval

Acad., May 6, 1903; served in all grades and

promoted to Capt.. July 1. 1933.

Decorations: Congressional Medal of Honor

(World War I).

Memberships: Army and Navy Country (Wash-
ington, DC); Masonic (Long Beach, Calif),
Masonic-Blue Lodge (Forman, N.D.); Chap-
ter and R. A. Commandery (Annapolis. Md.);
National Sojourners (Long Beach. Calif.),
(2nd Nat'l Vice-Pres.).

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recerations: Civic work.

Bus. Address: Federal Bldg.. Long Beach,

Home Address: 284 Argonne Ave., Long
Beach, Calif.

BRADY. Caroline. A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Instructor in English, University of Calif.,
College of Agriculture.

Born: Tientsin (China). Oct. 3. 1905; d. of
Maud (Short) and David John Brady.

Education: Univ. of Calif (Los Angeles); U.
of Calif. (Berkeley).

Degrees: A.B.. U.C.L.A., 1928; M.A., 1929;
Ph.D., 1935. U. of Calif (Berkeley).

Prof. Record: Has been Instr. in English. U.



of Calif., Coll. of Agriculture, Davis, since

Publications: Various articles in professional

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics; Democrat.

Bus. Address: Univ. of Calif., Coll. of Agri-
culture, Davis, Calif.

Home Address: 132 So. Laurel Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.; University Hotel, Davis, Calif.

BRADY, Florence Norma. A.B.
Registrar and Secretary of the Faculty, Oc-
cidental College.

Born: Muncie (Ind), Sept. 1899; d. of Anna
L. (Newman) and Arthur C. Brady.
Education: Occidental College.
Degrees: A.B., Occidental Coll., 1919.
Prof. Record: Began her career in the office
of District C. Board of Fire Underwriters of
the Pacific, where she remained from 1919-
27; left her secretarial position there to go
to Occidental Coll. as Asst. Registrar in
1927; Acting Registrar, 1928-29; Registrar
and Secy, of the Faculty, 1929—.
Directorships: Mem. of Academic Senate,
Western Personnel Service; IMem. of Board of
Dirs. of Los Angeles Council of Campfire;
Mem. of Board of Dirs. and Past Pres., Los
Angeles Girls' Council; Finance Chmn., Calif.
State Div., Amer. Assn. of Univ. Women
(Past Pres., Glendale Br., A.A.U.W., 1934-
35; formerly Vice-Pres., Calif. State Div.
A.A.U.W.); Past Pres., Pacific Coast Assn.
Collegiate Registrars, 1936-37.
Memberships: Gamma Kappa Theta Sorority.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Varied.

Bus. Address: 1600 Campus Rd., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 1447 Armadale Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

BRADY. Joseph Donald. LL.B.

Born: New Haven (Conn.), Feb. 6, 1899; s.
of Ellen (Carter) and John Edward Brady.
Education: Yale Univ.; Georgetown Law Sch.
Degrees: LL.B., Georgetown U., 1920.
Married: Edith, d. of Fannie (Campbell) and
Richard M. Sheridan, in New Haven (Conn.),
June 24, 1925; ch.: Joan Edith (b. 1927) and
Donald (b. 1931).

Prof. Record: Asso. in law firm of Marsh,
Stoddard & Day, Bridgeport (Conn.), 1920-21;
Atty. for Pub. Utilities Commn., Hartford
(Conn.), 1921-22; Tax Counsel for New York,
New Haven and Hartford R. R. Co. and
subsidiaries, 1922-29; in pvt. practice as Tax
Specialist in Los Angeles (Calif.), since 1929;
Lecturer apptd. by Los Angeles Bar Assn. to
lecture on income taxes in post-admission
courses conducted by that Assn.; gave series
of 28 lectures on income, death, and gift
taxes to spl. class of Los Angeles Chapter of
Amer. Inst, of Banking during the sch. year,

Directorships: Dir., Bullock's, Inc.; Weber
Trailer and Mfg. Co. (Los Angeles).
Publications: Contributor of articles on
Taxation to the Tax Magazine.

Memberships: Wilshire Country Club; Delta

Religion: Catholic.
Recreations: Golf.

Bus. Address: Title Insurance Bldg., 433 So.
Spring St., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 2460 Gramercy Park, Los An-
geles, Calif.

BRADY. Matthew F.. LL.B.
District Attorney, City and County of San

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Apr. 1, 1876;
s. of Elizabeth (Murray) and Thomas Francis

Education: Emerson Primary Sch.; Hamilton
Grammar Sch.; Commercial High Sch. (all
in San Francisco); Hastings Coll. of Law
(affiliated with U. of Calif.).
Degrees: LL.B., Hastings Coll. of Law, 1899.
Married: Edith Crome, at San Francisco
(Calif.), 1915.

Prnf. Record: Graduated from Hastings Coll.
of Law, 1899, and admitted same year; Mem.,
Bd. of Civil Service Commn., 1907-08, 1912-
14; resigned, and was apptd. by Mayor Rolph
as Judge of Police Court in 1914; elected to
office of District Attorney of the city and
county of S. F. in 1919, and still retains that

Memberships: State Bar of Calif.; Bar Assn.
of S. F.; Elks, Eagles, Foresters of Amer.,
Moose, Druids, Woodmen of the World, In-
dependent Order of Foresters, Native Sons of
the Golden West, South of Market Boys, Inc. ;
Nat'l Union Assurance Soc. ; Olympic and
Harding Park Golf Clubs.
Bus. Address: 550 Montgomery St., San
Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1445 - 10th Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

BRAGDON. Sarah Coleman.

Composer, Pianist, Teacher.

Born: Santa Clara (Calif.), Feb. 1, 1880; d.

of Jennie and Theodore Coleman.

Married: John Ransom, s. of C. C. Bragdon,

at Pasadena (Calif.), June 26, 1900.

Publications: Many piano pieces (mostly for

children) pub. by Arthur P. Schmidt Co..

Summy, Presser, Ditson, and Boston Music


Memberships: Tuesday Musicale (Pasadena).

Religion: Liberal.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Tennis and walking.

Home Address: 735 La Loma Rd., Pasadena

Calif. *

BRAHAMS, The Reverend Raymond
Irving. A.B., Th.B.

Minister, Community Presbyterian Church,
Laguna Beach, Calif.

Born: Chicago (111.), Sept. 13, 1899; s. of
Inga Marie (Torjorrsen) and Alf R. Brahams.
Education: South Pasadena High School; Oc-
cidental College (L.A.); Princeton Theological

Degrees: A.B., Occidental Coll., 1922; Th.B.,
Princeton Theol. Sem., 1925.
Married: Ellen Adair, d. of Bettie A. and
Harry H. Godber, at Pasadena (Calif.), Sept.



16, i;)2'I; ch.: Raymond Irving, Jr., Harry,
Edward Adair and HIcliard Alf.
Prof. Record: Minister, Community Presbyn.
Church (Layuna IJeach).

Directorshipn: Mem., Council of the Synod
of Calif, and Nevada, of the Presbyterian
Church, U.S.A.

Army Sevrice: Served in United States Infan-
try during World War I.

Me7nbers)iips: Friar Club. (Princeton. N..I.),
Rotary Club, Amer. Legion Post 222, Life
Member Laguna Beach Art Assn., "Religious
Leaders of America."
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Community Presby. Church,
Lacuna Beach, Calif.

Home Address: 361 Holly St., Laguna Beach,
Calif. •

BRAMBLE, Aileen Franklin.

Co-publisher, The Enterprise; South San
Francisco Journal and Brisbane Star.
Born: Redfield (S. D.), Sept. 16, 1893; d.
of Minnie Edyth (Smith) and Silas Ralph

Education: Schools in Montana; last attended
at Twin Bridges.

Married: Earl Emerson, s. of Geo. Thornton
Bramble, Havre (Mont.), June 20, 1915; ch.:
Geo. (24), Benjamin Franiilin (19) and
Shirley Elizabeth (17).

Bus. Record: Worked in a telephone office
at Twin Bridges (Mont.), while attending
school; housewife for eight years after mar-
riage; started in the printing and publishing
bus. with her husband in Tacoma (Wash.),
1917, and came to Calif, in 1922; est. print-
ing plant in South S. F. with husband, 1925,
printing newspaper. The Enterprise. Pur-
chased the newspaper from Geo. F. Morrell,
1928, and merged with the Journal, previously
purchased from Hoyle Printing Co. In 1936,
Mrs. Bramble incorporated and took her
brother, Logan D. Franklin, in as partner,
and has since operated as "Industrial City
Publishing Company"; founded Brisbane Star,
1939, making three separate newspapers, all
three of which Mrs. Bramble is Publisher,
In addition to writing news.
Directorships: Dir. and officer of Indust. City
Pub. Co., So. S. F.

Publications: The Enterprise; So. San Fran-
cisco Journal, Brisbane Star.
Memberships: Ord. of the East. Star (Asso.
Matron, will be Matron in 1941) ; Amer. Leg.
Aux.; V.F.W. Aux.; Woman's Club of So.
S. F.; Bu. and Prof. Woman's Club (Past
Pres.), (founder of local club); P.T.A.
(publicity chmn.).

Religion: Methodist.

Politics: Republican.

Recreation: Swimming, dancing, ice-skating,

golf, horseback riding.

Bus. Address: 411 Grand Ave., So. San

Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 520 Magnolia Ave., So. San

Francisco, Calfi. •

BRAND. Lillian, A.B.
Teacher and Writer.

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Sept. 5, 1899;
d. of Emma (Logsdon) and Walter C. Brand.
Education: Public Schools, (Los Angeles);
Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1922.

Married: Dr. Charles F., Belsmologlst, s. of
Mrs. Lillian A. Rlchtor, .Santa Ana, July 18.
1928. ch.: Reginald F. Saunders, Jr., (son
by a former marriage.)

Prof. Record: Teacher In Whlttlcr State
Sch.; taught sub-normals in the L.A. School

Publications: Author of Delinquenta At
Wholesale. (Sept. 1930, "Atlantic Monthly");
Teaching the Unteachnble, ("Survey Graph-
ic", April, 1938); Create Your Own Work,
"Independent Woman", April 1939. Has
had articles and stories published in Sunday
Sch. papers, Physical Culture. Health Cul-
ture, sports magazines, etc. ; intorvievv.s well
known women about town for the Pasadena
Star-News; writes features for many Sunday

Memberships: Calif, Inst, of Tech. Women's

Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Swimming, hiking, gardening,
volley ball, tennis and ping pong.
Home Address: 1820 Kenneth Way, Pasa-
dena, Calif.

BRANDEN, Paul Maerker, Ph.D.
Author, Translator, Editor, Lecturer.
Born: Berlin (Ger.), Feb. 27, 1888; s. of
Sophie (Wiener) and George Leopold Bran-

Degrees: Ph.D., Univ. of Berlin, 1910.

Married: Elsa, d. of Louis Weinberg, at
N.Y.C., Nov. 14, 1924.

Prof. Record: Came to U.S., 1911; Reporter,
1911-14, Asst. Mng. Editor, 1914-17, New
Yorker German Herold; European Rep. for
M. S. Bentham (Am. theatrical promoters),
1920-24; Writer (historical and political arti-
cles on European situation), 1921-33 (syn-
dicated by "March of Events" sect. Hearst
Orgn.); Co-Producer opera, Mandragola at
Princess Theatre, N.Y.C., Mar., 1925; Editor,
American Monthly, 1925-32; Dialogue Writer
for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, 1930; free-
lancing in Hollywood and lecturing in Paci-
fic Coast states since 1937; Staff -Writer,
News Research Service, Inc. (L.A., Calif.)
Publications: Author: with Dr. Erich Koch-
Weser, Germ,any in the Post-War World
(Dorrance and Co.), 1930; with Emile Gauv-

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