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E. Richards, January 30, 1937.

Directorships: Sutter Hospital of Sacramento;

Calif. Museum Assn.

Memberships: Kappa Alpha (Southern Order),

Phi Delta Phi (Legal); Order Golden Bear.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Capital National Bank Bldg.,

Sacramento, Calif.

Home Address: 1114 - 39th St., Sacramento,

Calif., and P.O. Box 1114, Sacramento, Calif.

BUTLER, Percy Bennett,

Mining Engineer.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Sept. 10, 1876;
s. of Ida Virginia (Doyle) and Fredericlt
Stuart Butler.

Education: Schools in San Francisco (Calif),
and Pittsburg (Kan.)

Married: Marion, d. of Lida (McCown) and
J W Allen, Joplin (Mo.), July 7, 1920;
oh.: John Marshall and Josephine Marshall.
Prof. Record: Spent 15 year in the Republic
of Mexico and Central America, 5 yrs. of
which were with large Amer. mining compan-
ies and 10 yrs. as an individual operator of
personally owned mines; 16 yrs. in Tnstate
(Mo. Kans. Oltla.) zinc district, 14 yrs. of
which as Mgr., Mining Div. Barnsdall Corpn.
of N Y. ; 10 yrs. in Calif., investigating and
developing zinc, lead and alloy metal resour-
ces of the Southwest; at present operatmg
vanadium and zinc mines in Yellow Pme
Mining dist. in Southern Nevada.
Directorships: Pres., of Western Metals Co.
of Nev.

Publications: Various technical mining papers.
Memberships: Amer. Inst, of Mining and
Metallurgical Engineers (Dir., 1923-26) ; Vice-
Pres and Dir. of Amer. Zinc Inst., 1920-26;
Mining Com. of Ch. of Comm. of Los An-
geles (Calif.)
Religion : Episcopal .
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golt and archaeology.
Bus. Address: Goodsprings, Nev.
Home Address: 834 Thayer Ave., W. Los An-
geles, Calif, and CJoodsprings, Nev.

BUTLER. Walter Hughes. A.B.

Pres. and Treas., E. W. Reynolds Company.
Born: Downey (Calif.), 1886; s. of Elizabeth
Maria (Moores) and James O. Butler.
Education: Univ. of Southern Calif.
Degrees: A.B., U.S.C, 1907.
Married: Gladys, d. of E. W. Reynolds, Los
Angeles (Calif.), May 12, 1913; ch.: Mary
Louise Comly, Elbert Reynolds and Walter
Hughes, Jr.

Bus. Record: With the E. W. Reynolds Co.
for 20 yrs.

Directorships: Pres. and Treas., E. W. Rey-
nolds Co. (L. A.); Dir. Citizens Nat. Trust
and Savings Bank (Los Angeles).
Memberships: Bel-Air Country, L.A. Coun-
try, and University clubs; Sigma Clii frater-

Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf, fishing and swimming.

Bus. Address: 315 W. Fifth St., Los Angeles,


Home Address: 709 Linden Dr., Beverly Hills,

Calif, and 49 - 20th St., Hermosa Beach^


BUTTS. Brig. General Edmund Luther,

D.S.C., U.S. Army, B.S.
Army Officer (retired).

Born: Stillwater (Minn.), Aug. 15, 1868; s.
of Amelia Augusta (White) and Edmund
Gregory Butts.

Education: Univ. of Minn.; U.S. Mil. Acad.
Degrees: B.S., U.S. Mil. Acad., 1890.
Married: Lillian Stafford, d. of J. C. and
M.G. Hatie. Jersey City (N. J.), Jan. 9,

Army Record: Veteran of Indian Campaign,
1890-91, Spanish War, Cuban Occupation,
Philippine Insurrection, Mexican Border Cam-
paign, and six major campaigns in World
War; Comd. 30th U.S. Inf., 3rd. Div. in 2nd
Battle of the Marne; Regiment cited by Gen.
Petain (French) as sustaining "Principal
shock of the German attack," July 15-18,
1918, and its flag was decorated with the
Croix de Guerre with Palm; promoted to
Brig. -Gen. on June 13, 1940, by Special Act
of Congress for ' 'distinguished service in World
War," the 1921 edition of the Encyclopedia
Britannica. in Vol. 30, page 616, under the
heading, "VI — The German offensive of July
15, 1918," gives the 30th Inf. credit for
"the most brilliant feat of American arms
in the War."

Publications: Manual of Physical Drill, 1897,
used for many yrs. in the Army but now out
of print; The Keypoint of the Marne, 1930
(Pub., Banta Pub. Co., Menaslia, Wis.)
Decorations: Distinguished Service Cross,
1918; Croix de Guerre with Palm, 1918.
Memberships: Chi Psi (Univ. of Minn.) 1888.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Athletics.

Bus. Address: Adjutant General, U.S. Army,
Washington, D.C.

Home Address: 1800 Broadway, San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

BUWALDA, Imra Wann, A.B.

Writer, Crime Prevention Authority.
Born: Monmouth (Oregon), 1894; d. of May
(West) and William Asbury Wann.
Education: Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley).
Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1917.
Married: John P. Buwalda, Berkeley (Calif.),
ch.: Peter (17), May (15), William (10), and
Robert (7).

Prof Record: Was a policewoman in Wash-
ington, D.C. during last year of first World
War, 1918-19; orgainzed preventive work of
Civic Protective Assn. of New Haven (Conn.) ;
Lecturer on crime subjects for Ext. Div.,
U. of Calif, for past ten yrs.; organized and
conducted community crime and delinquency
surveys in Calif, cities; organized and con-
ducted Institutes of Police Administration.
Directorships: Bd. of Dir., Internat. House
(Berkeley); Calif. Prison Assn. (Vice-Pres.) ;
Calif. Taxpayers Assn.

Publications: Has written various articles on
crime subjects.
Memberships: Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Beta



Pi (Ick:iI); Prytanean; Athenaeum; League

of Women Voters.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Swimming, tennis.

Bus. and Home Address: 2103 San Pasqual,

Pasadena, Calif.

BUWALDA, Professor John Peter.

B.S., Ph.D.

Prof, of Geology ami Head of Div. of Geo-
logical Sciences, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Born: Zeeland (Mich.), Dec. 16, 1886; s. of
Eva (Takoma) and Peter John Buwalda.
Education: Grad., Wilson's Bus. Coll.
Seattle (Wash.). 1904, and Yakima (Wash.)
H<^h Sch., 1905; Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley).
Degrees: B.S., 1912, Ph.D., 1915, U. of Calif.
Married: Imra (Wann) in Berkeley (Calif.),
Aug. 17, 1917; ch. : Peter John, May, Wil-
liam John, and Robert John.
Prof. Record: Instr. in Geology, U. of Calif.,
1915-17; Asst. Prof, of Geology, Yale U.,
1917-21; Asso. Prof., 1921-25, and Prof. Geo-
logy, 1925-26, and Dean of Summer Sessions,
1923-26, U. of Calif. (Berkeley) ; Prof, of
Geology and Head of Div. of Geological
Sciences, Calif. Inst, of Tech. (Pasadena)
since 1926; Research Asso., Carnegie Instn.;
Directorships: Mem., Fed. Bd. Expert Ad-
visers on Yosemite Nat. Park.

Memberships: Amer. Assn. for Adv. of Sc,
CJeol. Sec. of Amer., Seismological Soc. of
Amer., Amer. Assn. of Pertoleum Geologists,
Amer. Assn. of Univ. Profs.; Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Sigma Xi, Theta Tau, Gamma Al-
pha, Faculty Club (Calif. Inst, of Tech.)

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: California Inst, of Technology,
Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 2103 San Pasqual St., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

BYINGTON, Lewis Francis, B.S., LL.B.
President, San Francisco Public Utilities Com-

Born: Downieville (Sierra County, Calif.),
May 24, 1868; s. of Catherine (Freehill) and
Lewis Byington.

Education: Univ. of Santa Clara; Hastings
Coll. of the Law, Law Dept., Univ. of Calif.
(Berkeley) .

Degrees: B.S., U. of Santa Clara, 1886; LL.-
B., Hastings Coll. of Law, U. of Calif. 1889.
Prof. Record: Passed boyhood days in
Downievile; was later graduated from U. of
Santa Clara and Law Dept. of U. of Calif,
and entered practice of law in San Francisco;
served three terms as Dist. Atty. of City and
County of S. F., prosecuting personally "many
of the most important criminal cases in the
history of the State and establishing a repu-
tation as an able and eloquent trial ad-
vocate. In 1930, served as President of
the Civil Service Commission and as Pres.
of the Board of Freeholders that drafted the
Charter of San Francisco effective in 1932.
Is broadly versed in the history of the
West and noted as a Lecturer on Calif. His-
tory ; Lewis Byington, his father, was an early
pioneer of Calif., a native of Southington,
Conn., raised in Cincinnati (Ohio), and at the
time of the gold rush came by sea around
Cape Horn, landing at S. F., April 29. 1852;
his father was interested in mining and stock
raising, and served as Supervisor of Sierra

County, and Mem. of the State Legislature,


Directorships: Pros., Hall Assn. of Native

Sons of the Golden West; Vlce-Pres., Delmel

Linen-Mesh System Co.

Publications: Co- Author, History of San

Francisco (The S. J. Clarke Publishing Co.),


Memberships: Native Sons of the Golden West
(Past Grand Pres.); B.P.O. Elks (Past Ex
alted Ruler); Union League Club; Trustee
Mechanics-Mercantile Library (San Fran
Cisco) ; Calif. Historic Landmarks Com
(Vice-Pres.) ; Mem., American Bar Assn.
San Francisco Bar Asssn., State Bar Assns
(Calif, and Nev.)
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: San Francisco Public Utilities
Commission, Balboa Bldg., San Francisco,
Calif. •

BYNUM. Lindley.

Field Representative, Huntington Library.
Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Oct. 26, 1895; s.
of Mary Olive (McGee) and Thomas Bynum.
Education: Stanford Univ.
Married: Josephine, d. of Bessie (Blanchard)
and Charles S. McDuffee, in Santa Barbara
(Calif.); ch.: Lindley Davis (by former mar-
riage) .

Prof. Record: "Two letters from San Gabriel
in the 30s." (Translated from the French).
Historical Soc. of So. Calif. Annual, 1930.
"Felipe de Neve," (a chronological note).
"Four reports by Neve, 1777-79," (trans,
from the Spanish). History Soc. of So. Calif.
Annual, 1931. "The record Book of the Ran-
cho del Chino," transcribed and edited with
an introduction, reprinted from History Soc.
of So. Calif. All., 1934. "California's Story."
Pacific Bindery Talk, Oct. 1933. "Laws for
the Better CJovernment of Calif., 1848," re-
printed from Pacific Historical Review, Sept.
1933. "Paso por Aqui," Pasadena Playhouse
Third Annual (Midsummer Drama Festival)
pub. 1937. "Reviews in History," Soc. of So.
Calif. Quarterly and the Pacific Historical Re-
view. Introductions to: Life Among the In-
dians or: The Captivity of the Oatman Girls
(Crabhorn Press, San Francisco), 1935;
Journal of a Voyage, made in 1804 by Wil-
liam Shaler (Saunders Studio Press, Clare-
mont), 1935. Mr. Bynum is now Field Repre-
sentative for the Huntington Library and
Art Gallery.

Memberships: Athenaeum (Pasadena); Pasa-
dena Library Club (Pres., 1933-35) ; History
Guild; Sierra Club.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Photography, and trout fishing.
Bus. Address: Henry E. Huntington Library
and Art Gallery, San Marino, Calif.

Home Address: 418 No. Myrtle Ave., Monro-
via, Calif.

BYRD, Professor Oliver Erasmus, A.B.,

M.A., E(a.D.

Assoc. Prof, of Hygiene and Education, Stan-
ford Univ.

Born: Little Rock (Ark.), Feb. 25, 1906; s.
of Clara I. (Alsbury) and Erasmus A. Byrd.
Education: Brackenbridge High Sch., San An-
tonio (Te.xas) ; El Centro high sch.. El Cen-
tre, (Calif.); Stanford Univ.

Degrees: A.B., 1929, M.A., 1933, Ed.D., 1940,
Stanford U.



Married: Jennie Christine, d. of Lorenze
(Hallum) and Laust H. Sonnichsen, Palo
Alto, Calif. (Stanford Univ.), Dec. 21, 1930;
ch.: Beverly Joan.

Prof. Record: Taught at Harvard Military
Sch , Los Angeles, 1930-31, and San Mateo
Jr. Coll., 1932-37, Stanford U. since 1937;
while coach of tracl< and field at San
Mateo Jr. Coll., teams broke 13 world's
records for Jr. Colleges; offered the position
of Dir of varsity track and field athletics
at Stanford U. in 1939, but declined the
position to remain in academic fields.
Directorships: Consultant, Health Section,
World Federation of Edn. Assns. 1940-41;
Section Chmn., Pac. Coast Div., Amer. Stu-
dent Health Assn., 1939-40 and 1940-41.
Publications: Byrd Health Attitude Scale
(Stanford Univ. Press), 1940; various articles
on health, physical education and athletics.
Memberships: Commonwealth Club (San
Francisco) ; Phi Delta Kappa (Stanford Univ.
Chapter); El Toro Club (Stanford Univ.);
Amer. Assn. for the Advancement of

Keligion: Methodist.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Golf, badminton, and sports in

Bus. Address: Box 3006, Stanford, Univ.,
Palo Alto, Calif.

Home Address: 217 Madrono Ave., Palo Alto,
Calif. *

CADDOW. Harry Arthur

Secty.-Mgr. of Wine Institute.
Born: Denver (Colo), Sept. 22, 1898; s. of
Alma Jane (Huffsmith) and Colin Arthur

Married: Eleanor Mary, d. of Arthur W.
Lyman, San Francisco (Calif.), Sept. 29,
1929; ch.: Harry Arthur Caddow, Jr.
Bus. Record: From 1918-21, Asst. Agent,
Brawley (Calif.), Agent, Calexico (Calif.),
So. Pac. Co.; 1921-22, Asst. Mgr., Banner
Fruit Corp. (Los Angeles); 1922-26, Chief
Travel Inspector of Perishable Trans., Pac.
Fruit Express; 1926-27, Asst. Mgr. of Car
Service Div., Amer. Ry. Assn. ; 1927-30, Mgr.,
Grape Products Div., Calif. Vineyardists
Assn.; 1930-31, Asst. Gen. Mgr., Calif. Grape
Control Bd., Ltd.; 1932-33, Secty., Grape
Growers League of Calif.; 19.33-34, Secty.-
Mgr., Wine Producers Assn. and Assn. of
Western Wine Producers; has also been
Secty.-Mgr., Wine Inst, from 1934 — ; and
Mgr., Wine Advisory Bd., from 1938 — .
Directorships: Secty.-Mgr., Wine Institute;
Secty. -Treas., Viticultural Industries, Inc.
Bus. Address: 85 Second St., San Francisco,

Home Address: 2158 Beach St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif. '

CADMAN, Charles Wakefield, Mus.D.
Composer, Pianist, Editor.
Born: Johnstown (Pa.), Dec. 24, 1881; s.
of Caroline (Wakefield) and William C. Cad-

Education: Pittsburgh (Pa.), Pub. Schs.; stu-
died with Leo Oehmler (harmony), W. K.
Steiner (organ playing), orchestration under
Luigi Von Kunits, all of Pittsburgh (Pa.).
Degrees: Mus.D., Wolcott Cons, of Mus.,
Denver (Colo.), 1922; Univ. of So. Calif.,

Prof. Record: Formerly music critic, Pitts-
burgh Dispntch; Organist Pittsburgh churches
and Male Chorus; first published organ piec-
es and ballads, 1904; later became interested
in Indian music; first Indian songs were re-
jected five times by pubs, before finding
acceptance; visited the Omaha Indian Reserv-
ation, 1909, and secured phonographic re-
cords of Indian songs and flute pieces; Chmn.,
Cong, of Amer. Music, which led to festi-
val at Los Angeles (Calif.), June, 1915;
Asso. Edit., Chicago Music News; Contbr. to
music jours.

Directorships: One of founders and Mem.
Music Com. Hollywood Bowl.
Memberships: Nat. Inst. Arts and Letters,
Amer. Composers and Conductors Assn.,
Amer. Soc. of Composers, Authors and Pubs.;
Cliff Dwellers (Chicago), Jonathan (honor-
ary), Uplifters.

Compositions: Four Amer. Ind. Songs: Say-
onara. Three Songs to Odysseus; The Vision
of Sir Launfal (cantata for male voices) ;
song cycles, White Enchantment and The
Morning of the Year (for mixed voices);
chamber music: Piano Sonata in A Major,
Violin Sonata in G, Trio in D Major, Quin-
tet for Piano and Strings in G Minor; orches-
tral works include: Symphony No. 1, Orient-
al Rhapsody,, Amer. Suite for Strings, Dark
Dancers of the Mardi Gras (piano solo part),
Thunderbird Suite, Trail Pictures, From Hol-
lywood (suite for piano), The Sunset Trail
(operatic cantata); school operettas: Lelaw-
ala, Hollywood Extra, The Ghost of Lolly-
pop Bay, The Golden Trail, The Belle of
Havana, The Bells of Capistrano; high school
cantatas: The House of Joy, and The Far
Horizon; also the Garden of Mystery, grand
bpera in one act (prod. N.Y., March 23,
1925); Shanewis (The Robin Woman), grand
opera on an Amer. subj., 2 scenes, prod. Met.
Opera House, 1918, and 1919; the first Amer.
opera to live beyond one season at this instn.
Ind. opera in 3 acts; A Witch of Salem
(opera in 2 acts), prod. Chicago Civic Opera
Co., 1926.

Religion: Unitarian.
Pontics: Democrat.

Recreations: Hobby — motion picture photo-
graphy, fishing.

Bus. and Home Address: 1841 Oakwood Ave.,
Glendale, Calif.

CADORIN. Ettore, R.A.F.A.


Born: Venice (Italy), Mnrch 1, 1878; s. of
Matilda (Rocchin) and Vincenzo Cadorin.
Education: Academies of Fines Arts, Venice.
Rome (Italy); private studies, Paris (France).
Degrees: Degrees of Royal Academy of Fine
Arts, Venice (Italy).

Married: Lovie Mueller (Melbourne, Austra-
lia), in London (England), April 25, 1912.
Prof. Record: Former Instr., Columbia U.
(New York) ; Instr., Santa Barbara State
Coll.; Mem., Beaux Arts Inst, of Design
(New York); Mem., Natl. Sculpture Soc.
New York, etc.; recent important works in-
clude: statues, carved in stone, Santa Bar-
bara Court House; statue, in bronze, repre-
senting Calif., in Capitol Bldg., Washington
(D.C.); statues of three Patron Saints for
Nat, Cathedral, Washington (D.C.) ; two hero-
ic statues and one group for the Golden Gate
International Exposition (one of them the
well-known statue "Evening Star"); statue
of "Our Lady" for San Mateo (Calif.); four
statues representing symbols of the Evan-



gellsts for Church of St. Peter and St. Paul
(San Francisco), etc.

Publications: Various magazines in Europe
and United States; periodical revues in many

AuxDils: The Cross of Chevaiier Off icier,
lloyal Crown of Italy.

Memberships: Nat. Sculpture Soc. (New

Yorlt), etc.

Religion: Roman Catholic.

Sits. Address: 716 Montgomery St., San
Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 2109 Baker St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif. •

CAEN. Herbert Eugene

Newspaperman, Radio Commentator.

Born: Sacramento (Calif.), April 3, 1916; s.
of Augusta (Gross) and Lucien Caen.
Education: Sacramento Junior Coll. (Calif.)
Prof, liecord: Sportswriter, Police Reporter,
Feature Writer, Columnist for The Sacra-
mctito Union, 1932-36; Radio Editor, Feature
Columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle,
1936—; Radio Commentator, NBC (San Fran-
cisco), 1939—.
Religion : Jewish.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Tennis, baseball.
Bus. Address: San Francisco Chronicle, San
Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 955 Lombard St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

CAGLI. Corrado. A.B.A. (Italy)


Born: Ancona (Italy), 1910; s. of Ada (della
Perzola) and Alfredo Cagli.
Education: Academia delle Belle Arti, Rome
(Italy) (Fine Arts Academy).
Prof. Record: Started painting and murals
(fresco) in 1923; first mural paintings in
1927, others in Umbria (Italy), 1929; murals
at The Hall of the Internat. Ecole, Milan
(Italy). 1933 and 1936; murals at the hall
Nat. Ecole, Rome (Italy), 1935; monumen-
tal mosaics (100 sq. meters) for the main
Piazza in Turin (Italy) ; murals at the hall
of the Stalrau Pav., Internat. Ecole (Paris),
1937; murals in the halls of Tubern E.xhbn.
in Venice (Italy), 1938; personal e.xhbn.
(Rome), 1932, 1934, 1935; combined: Paris
Gallerie Boujean, 1932 (Paris), 1934 (Paris),
1937-38; Gallerie Des Quatre Chemins, Flor-
ence (Italy), 1938; participation in collec-
tive exhbns. : London, Vienna, Budapest, Pra-
ha, Paris; in U.S.A.: personal exhibs. in N.
Y., 1937; participations for several years,
Carnegie Internat. Exhib., Pittsburgh (Pa.).

Collections: Paintings and drawing in the
following collections: H.R.H. Princess of
Piedmont; Princess di Bassiano (Paris);
Countess Pecci-Blunt (Paris) ; R. Ginalino
(Rome) ; E. Tes (Genoa) ; Peter Watson
(London, Eng.); Graicia (Rome); Natale
(Rome) ; and many other museum and pri-
vate collections.

Awards: A.B.A., Academie del Belle Arti,
Rome (Italy) ; Gold Medal of the French Re-
public for mural paintings at the Int. Exhib.
(Paris), 1937.

Bus. and Home Address: 2018 Lake Shore
Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. •

CAHILL, Arthur Tames


Born: San Francisco (Calif.), May 15, 1878;
s. of Mary (Snow) and John CahiU.
Education: Pub. schs.. Eureka (Calif.); Jesu-
it Brothers School, San Jose (Calif.); studied
art in San Francisco, New York, and Paris.
Married Irene Cazeaux, Oct. 5, 1918; ch.:
James Arthur, Richard John.
Prof. Record: Artist for San Francisco Chron-
icle, San Francisco Examiner, New York
World, San Francisco Call, 1892-06; Illus-
trator, Saturday Evening Post, Ladies' Home
Journal, Cosmopolitan, etc., N. Y., 1906-10;
Art Editor, Sunset Magazine and Southern
Pac. R.R. (San Francisco), 1910-15; Portrait
Painter since 1915; Works: (Oil Portraits)
Pres. Hoover, Washington (D.C.) ; Gen. John J.
Pershing and John McLaren, Palace of Legion
of Honor (San Francisco) ; Gov. James Rolph,
Jr., for City of San Francisco; William May
Garland, L. A. Museum of Art; Prof. Hen-
ry Moose Stephens and Dr. Ernest C. Moore,
U. of Calif.; Archbishop John J. Cantwell,
L. A. Sem.; Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Balch,
Cornell U.; Dr. Robert A. Millikan, Calif.
Inst. Tech. ; portraits in Bohemian and Fa-
mily Clubs, San Francisco, Calif. Club,
L. A.; Mem. of Final Jury of Art at the
Calif. Art E.xhibition, World's Fair, 1939.
Memberships: L. A. Art Assn., San Francis-
co Art Assn.; Boehmian, Family (S. F.),
California, Sunset, L. A. Athletic clubs.
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 510 Bradbury Bldg., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 540 Woodland Rd., Pasadena,
Calif. .

CAILLIET, Emile. Litt.D.. Th.D.

Professor of French Literature and Civiliza-
tion, Scripps College.

Born: Dampierre (Marne, Frajice), Dec. 17,
1894; s. of Jeanne (Courtin) and Adrien Cail-


Education: Coll. of Chalons; Grad. Sch. of
the Univs.: Nancy, Montpellier, and Stras-

Degrees: Litt.D., U. of Montpellier, 1926;
Th.D., U. of Strassbourg, 1937.
Married: Vera Ethel, d. of Joseph Brabazon,
in Juilly (France), March 25, 1915; ch.: Hel-
ene, Andre, Doris, and Suzanne.
Prof. Record., U. of Pa., 1927-31; Prof, of
French Literature and Civilization, Scripps
Coll., 1931 — ; association with Prof. Levy-
Bruhl at the Sorbonne caused him to see
the possibility of a new ethnological approach
to literary criticism, especially to the un-
derstanding of symbolism; on the occasion
of the fiftieth anniversary of the svmbolistic
movement in French Literature (1936), Dr.
Cailliet published his comprehensive work,
SymboUsme et Ames Prirnitives; still in the
same trend of thought, he vindicated reli-
gious mysticism in his latest book entitled,
Mysticisme et Mentalite Mystique; which was
published recently (1938) in The Faculty
Series of the U. of Strasbourg and won for
the author the degree of Doctor of Theology
(magna cum laude) .
Directorships: French War Relief, Inc.
Publications: Author of seven books; contri-
butor to periodicals in Amer. and Europe.
Army Service: Volunteered in French Army



in World War I, was discharged in 1916 due
to wound (having been rescued from battle-
field bv Amer. ambulance and nursed for
eight rnonths at Amer. Hosp. of JuiUy

Awards: Interest of Pres. of French Repub-
lic in contributions of Dr. Cailliet won for
him the election as Nat. Fellow of the French
Academie des Sciences Coloniales (Paris).
Religion : Presbyterian.

Politics: Democrat (became U. S. Citizen in
1937) .

Recreations: Hiking with his dog.
Bits. Address: Claremont, Calif.
Home Address: 1230 Harvard Ave., Clare-
mont, Calif.

CAILLIET. Professor Lucien, Mus.D.
Professor of Orchestration, Univ. of So.

Born: France, May 22, 1891; s. of Jeane
(Courtin) and Adrien Cailliet.
Education: Conservatory of Paris (France),
(Branch of Dijon): Univ. of So. Calif.; stu-
died privately with Paul Fauchet, Georges
Caussade and Gabriel Pares of Paris (France)
harmony, counterpoint, fugue, orchestration,

Degrees: Mus.D., Philadelphia Musical Acad.,
May 21, 1940.

Married: Valentine, d. of Jules Thome, m
Dijon (France), 1913; ch.: Marcel (Prof, of
Arts, Ariz. State Teachers Coll.) and Rene
(Med. student, U. S. C).

Prof. Record: Member of the Philadelphia
Orchestra as Performer and Music Arranger,
1918-38; Arranger and Conductor for Magic
Kev Broadcasts, 1936-37; Conductor, Prof, of
Orchestration and Composition at the Nat.
Music Camp, Interlochen (Mich.), 1939; for-
merly Asso. Conductor of the Allentown (Pa.)
Band; Conductor of the Los Angeles' School
Music Teachers Orchestra; occasionally ar-
ranger for motion picture studios.
Publications: Compositions and orchestrations
recorded for RCA Victor by the Philadelphia,
Boston, and Minneapolis orchestras and pub-
lished by leading publishers such as Boosey,
Hawkes and Belwin, Carl Fischer, Music Pub-
lishers Holding Corp. (N. Y.), Elkan-Vogel,
Philadelphia (Pa.), and Sam Fox of Cleve-
land and New York.

Army Record: Asst. Band Master with French
Army, 1909-16; honorably discharged for ill-
ness at the conclusion of the above period.
Awards: Officier d'Academie (France);
Palmes Acad^mique (France) in connection
with the distinction of being Officier of Aca-
demy; First Prize in Clarinet, Cons, of Paris

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