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Memberships: Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Delta Phi
(hon. mem.)
Religion: Catholic.
Recreations: Composing.

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

Home Address: 1302 W. 45th St., Los Angeles,
Calif. *

CALDECOTT, The Reverend Ernest,

A.B.. S.T.D.

Minister, First Unitarian Church, Los Angeles.
Born: Whitchurch (Shropshire, Eng.); s. of
Clara Jane (Rylands) and Arthur Caldecott.
Education: Public schools (Whitchurch);
Cliff Coll. (Yorkshire); Drew Theol. Sem.
(Madison, N.J.).

Degrees- A.B., Weslevan Coll. (Buckhannon,

W. Va.), 1919; S.T.D., 1935.

Married: Winifred Mary, d. of Mary and

William Hopwood, at Dawley (Eng.), 1886;

ch.: William Arthur and Ernest John.

Prof. Record: Clergyman.

Directorships : Regional Dir., Amer. Unitarian

Assn.; Trustee, Pacific Unitarian Sch. for

the Ministry; Secty., Pacific Coast conference.

Religion: Unitarian.

Recreations: Tennis.

Bus. Address: 2936 W. 8th St., Los Angeles,


Home Address: 1058 So. Gramercy P., Los

Angeles, Calif.

CALDWELL, Georqe Walter, M.D.

Physician, Surgeon, Artist, Writer.
Born: Lincoln (Vt.), Sept. 12, 1866; s. of
Mary Jane (Burnham) and James Caldwell.
Education: Univ. of Denver (Colo.); Post
Grad. London and Vienna.
Degrees: M.D., U. of Denver, 1891.
Married: Annette L., d. of John Grant Moir,
in Ontario (Can.).

Prof. Record: Originator of techniques for
nose and throat surgery, including the Cald-
well-Luc Sinus Operation. Instr., N. Y.
Polyclinic, etc.

Publications: Meditations of a Medico, (psy-
chology of successful living), ( A. L. Cald-
well), 1939; Ghost Stories of the California
Missions and Rhymes of the Gypsy Trail;
Legends of Southern Calif, (from the Saboba
Indian Folklore), 1939; Legends of San Fran-
cisco (from the Tamil Indian Folklore); The
Master Key (philosophical) ; The Wizzywoh
(Humorous) ; Rainbow Stories (Children) ; Or-
iental Rambles; etc.

Memberships: League of Western Writers,
Society for Sanity in Art, Calif. Art Club, etc.
Recreation: World travel, observation, writ-
ing about short-cuts to happiness.
Bus. and Home Address: 8225 Fountain Ave.,
Hollywood, Calif. *

CALDWELL, Gladys, A.B.

Librarian, Los Angeles Public Library.

Born: Hyde Park (Mass.); d. of Emily L.

(Piers) and John A. Caldwell.

Education: Boston private schools; Univ. of

Calif., Berkeley.

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

Prof Record: Teacher of piano, ten yrs.;

Santa Barbara Free Pub. Libr., two years;

has been with the L. A. Public Library for

the last eighteen years.

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Badminton, bicycling.

Bus. Address: Los Angeles Public Library,

Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 1839 No. Van Ness Ave.,

Hollywood, Calif.

CALDWELL. Hugh Milton, LL.B., LL.M.

Born: Knoxville (Tenn.), June 7, 1881; s.
of Jane (Kearsley) and Thomas M. Caldwell.
Education: Public and private schools.
Degrees LL.B., 1903, LL.M., 1904, National
U. Law Sch.



Married: Lois, d. of Lou (Whipple) and
Thomas P. McCrea, In Las VKoas (Nov.).
Nov. •J(), 1<)37; ch.: Eleanor Washington InR-
rnham, Jane Kearsley Gldner, Anne Howard
Stotlcr, and Hugh M., Jr. (all by previous

Prof. Rccortl: Practiced law. .Seattle (Wash.),
liK)r>-:»5. firm of Wright. Kclleher & Cald-
well, then Caldwell & Lycette; Mem. of Bar,
U.S. Supreme Court, Federal Courts, Calif.
State Bar Assn.: former Chief Deputy Pro-
secuting Atty.. King Co. (Wash.); twice elec-
ted Corp. Counsel of Seattle, resigned to en-
ter U. S. Army; elected Mayor of Seattle,
1920, by largest vote ever received by a can-
didate up to that date; elected Imperial Po-
tentate of Shrine for No. Amer., 1936, after
serving as Potentate of Nile Temple, A.A.O.
N.^^S., 32° Scottish Rite Mason, Knight
Templar, Mem., Red Cross of Constantine.
and Royal Order of Jesters; has practiced
law in Los Angeles, 1936 — .
Army Service: Entered Army and served as
Sergeant, 3t6i Regt. Nat. Guard of Washing-
ton; later was Capt. of Military Intelligence,
and Major-Judge Advocate.
Memberships: Phi Sigma Kappa; Mason (Im-
perial Potentate for North Amer.); Amer. Le-
gion; Santa Monica Swimming Club.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Citrus growing; swimming; Edi-
tor Al Malaikah Almanac.
Bus. Address: 1210 Quinby Bldg., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Other Address : 1361 No. Alta Vista Blvd.,
Los Angeles, Calif. ; Box 462, M.R.I, O.xnard,

CALDWELL, Wiley North. M.E.
President, Wheeler Securities Corpn.
Born: Riverside (111.), Dec. 17, 1900; s. of
Amelia A. (Taylor) and Oliver North Cald-

Education: Public schools in Oalc Park (111.);
graduated from high sch., 1918; Cornell Univ.
Degrees: M.E., Cornell U., 1923.
Married: Jean Marshel, d. of Harriet (Pratt)
and Charles M. Clarke in Sewicklev CPa..),
Sept. 12, 1923; ch.: Jean Marshel, Wiley N.,
Jr., and Milla Katherine.

Bus. Record: Builder and Contractor, 1924-
28; Mortgage Loans and Investments, 1928-

Directorships: Pres. and Dir., WJieeler Se-
curities Corpn.

Memberships: Beverly Hills Kiwanis (Past
Pres. and Dir.'). and Bel- Air Bay clubs; Del-
ta Phi Frat. (Pi Chapter) ; Bd. of Edn. (Bev-
erly Hills Unified Sch. Dist. ; Secty.).
Keligion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Motoring, tennis, horseback rid-

Bus. Address: 530 W. Si.xth St., Los Angeles,


Home Address: 611 Walden Dr., Beverly Hills,


CALKINS, Robert D., B.S.. M.A.. Ph.D.
Dean, College of Commerce, Univ. of Calif.
Born: Lebanon (Conn.), Jan. 19. 1903, s.
of Ethel Mae (Chambers) and Robert D.
Education: William and Mary; Stanford U.

Degrees: B.S., William and Mary, 1924; M.A.,
1929. Ph.D., 193.3, Stanford U.

Married: Mary Gertrude, d. of Walker D.
Gilmer, In Seattle (Wash.), 1929; ch.: Eliza-
beth D. and Robert G.

Prof. Record: Junior Research Associate,
Food Research Institute, 192.5-27, 19.30-.32:
Fellow Stanford, 1928-29, Teaching Asst. and
Instr., Stanford, 1929-31; Asst. Prof, of Eco-
nomics, 19.32-.36: Asso. Prof., 1936-40, Prof.
1940—; Chairman, Dept. of Economics, 19.35-
40; Vice-Chairman, San Francisco Region-
al Labor Board, 19,34; Public Representative
on the Board, 1934-35; Arbitrator of Labor
Disputes. Special Representative, Consumers
Advis. Bd., NRA, and Consumers Counsel
AAA, 19,34-36; Consulting Economist, U. S.
Bur. of Reclamation. 19.39-40, Nat. Resour-
ces Planning Bd., 1940-41.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

CALKINS. Robert Reid, A.B.

Editor, Co-Publisher, Modesto Journal.
Born: Salinas (Calif.), April 26, 1914; s. of
Helen (Koyl) and Donald Reid Calkins.

Education: Public schools, Ceres (Calif.);
Modesto Junior Coll., 1933, grad. ; Stanford,
1935, grad.

Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1935.

Prof. Record: Reporter, Salinas Morning
Post 1935, Editor, 1936; Rewrite Man, Salinas
Index-Journal. 1937; copy desk, Oakland
Tribune, 1937; Reporter-ReuTite, San Jose
Mercury Herald, 1937-38; Editor, Modesto
Journal. 1938-39; Co-Publisher, Modesto Jour-
nal, 1940 — .

Directorships: Charter Pres. Modesto Junior
Cham, of Com., Inc., 1938-40, Dir., 1940 — .

Memberships: 20-30 Club; Sigma Delta Chi
(Nat. Honorary Journalism Fraternity).

Religion: Methodist.

Bus. Adderss: 609 Tenth St., Modesto, Calif.

Home Address: P.O. Bo.x 38, Ceres, Calif. *

CALL, Asa Vickery

Lau-j-er, Insurance Executive.

Born: Los Angeles (Calif. t, Oct. 28, 1892;
s. of L'Dora C. and Joseph H. Call.

Education: Student, Univ. of So. Calif. (Los
Angeles), 1910-14.

Married: Margaret Fleming on May 23, 1917;
ch.: Thomas Fleming. Harry Asa. Richard
William. Edward Fleming and Janet Smalley.
Prof. Record: Admitted to Calif, bar, 1914;
Mem., law firm. Call and Call, 1916-27, Call
and Murphey, since 1930; Gen. Counsel and
Vice-Pres., Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
1933-37: Exec. Vice-Pres. and (5en. Counsel
since 19o i .

Directorships: Dir. and Exec. Vice-Pres., Pac.
Mutual Life Ins. Co.; Dir. and Vice-Pres.,
Calif. Portland Cement Co. : Dir. and Mem.,
Exec. Com., Calif. Bank, Gladding McBean
& Co.: Trustee and Vice-Pres., U. of So.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 523 W. Si.xth St., Los Angeles,

Home Address:
Hills, CaUf.

1155 Angelo Dr., Beverly



CAMP, Arthur Forrest. A.B.. Ph.D.
Horticulturist in Charge, Florida Citrus Ex-
periment Station.

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), April 13, 1896;
s. of Lilly Blanche (Swangel) and Eli Ralph

Education: Ranchito Grammar Sch.: Monte-
bello High Sch.; Whittier Coll. (Calif.); Univ.
of Calif., Berkeley; Washington Univ., (St.
Louis, Mo.).

Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1920; Ph.D.,
Wash. U., 1923.

Married (1) Kathleen Lulu, d. of George
Dunn, in National City (Calif.), Aug. 29,
1923 (dec); (2) Ruby, d. of Mrs. A. L.
Granger, Feb. 6, 1937; ch.: Kathleen, Celia,
Arthur, Jr., and John.

Prof. Record: Asst. Plant Pathologist, State
Plant Board (Fla.), and Fla. Agr. Experi-
ment Station, 1923-24; Asst. Plant Path.,
Charge of Cotton Disease Investigations, 1924-
25, Plant Physiologist, Charge of Cotton In-
vestigations, 1925-26, Asso. Horticulturist,
1926-27, Head, Dept. of Horticulture, 1927-
36, Agr. Exp. Station (Fla.); on leave as
Agent, Mediteranean Fruitfly Eradication,
U.S. Dept. of Agr., 1929-30; Horticulturist in
Charge, Citrus Exp. Station (Fla.), 1936—.
Publications: Has written extensively on the
subjects of Nutrition of plants, fruit destroy-
ing fungi, boll weevil, cold protection, fumi-
gation, horticultural problems, etc., covering
a wide range of topics pertaining to the culti-
vation and preservation of citrus fruits in
Fla. and elsewhere; has also collaborated ex-
tensively with various writers on the same

Army Service: U.S. Army, 1917-19.
Memberships: Kiwanis; Sigma Xi, Gamma
Sigma Epsilon; Fellow, Amer. Assn. for Ad-
vancement of Sci. ; Amer. Soc. for Hort. Sci.,
Fla. Hort. Soc.
Religion: Christian.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Fishing.

Bus. Address: Citrus Experiment Station,
Lake Alfred, Florida.
Home Address: Lake Alfred, Polk, Florida.

CAMP, Edqar Whittlesey. A.B., M.A.
Lawyer (retired).

Born: Sheboygan (Wis.), Feb. 27, 1860; s.
of Elizabeth P. (Whittlesey) and Charles
W. Camp.

Education: Beloit Coll., Beloit (Wis.)
Degrees: A.B., 1880, M.A., 1883, Beloit Coll.
Married: Theodosia, d. of James A. Baird,
in Jamestown (N. D.), Feb. 3, 1892; ch.:
Charles Lewis and Dorothy (Mrs. Lawrence
B. Nourse).

Prof. Record: Studied Law, admitted to Bar
at Milwaukee (Wis.), 1883; Co. Attorney,
Foster Co., Dakota Territory, 1884; Mem.,
Constitutional Convention of N. D., 1889;
U.S. Attorney for N. D., 1891-94; admitted
to Bar in Calif., 1896; Mem., Calif. Legisla-
ture, 1903; Attorney, A.T. & S.F. Ry. Co.,
1904-28, Special Counsel for same, 1928-38;
Retired 1938.

Publications: Edited, Encyclopedia of Evi-
dence and earlier volumes of Encyclopedia of
Politics: Democrat.

Home Address: Gates Hotel, 560 So. Main
St., Los Angeles, Calif.

CAMPBELL. Professor Douqlas Houcjh-
ton, Ph.M.. Ph.D.. LL.D.. F.A.A.A.S.
Professor of Botany Emeritus, Stanford Uni-

Born: Detroit (Mich.), Dec. 16, 1859; s. of
Cornelia (Hotchkiss) and James Valentine

Education: Univ. of Mich.; studied in Bonn,
Tubingen, and Berlin, 1886-88.
Degrees: Ph.M., 1882, Ph.D., 1886, LL.D.,
1932, U. of Mich.; F.A.A.A.S.
Prof. Record: Instr. in Biology, Detroit High
Sch., 1882-86; Prof, of Botany, Ind. U., 1888-
91, Leland Stanford U., 1891-1925; Prof.
Emeritus since 1925.

Publications: Elements of Structural and
Systematic Botany, 1890; Structure and De-
velopement of Mosses and Ferns, 1895, Third
edit., 1918;LeciMres On Evolution of Plants,
1899; A University Text-Book of Botany, 1902,
second edit., 1907; Plant Life and Evolution,
1911; Outline of Plant Geography, 1926; also
many monographs and other scientific papers.
Meraberships : Nat. Acad. Sciences, Amer.
Philos. Soc; Fellow, Amer. Acad. Arts and
Sciences; Royal Soc Edinburgh; foreign
Mem., Linnaean Soc; Univ. (San Francisco)
and Authors (London) clubs; Mem., various
other sees., Amer. and European.
Bus. Address: Stanford University, Calif. *

CAMPBELL, Fay Strawn. B.Di.

Editor, Belvedere Citizen, Los Angeles.
Born: Greenville (Iowa), 1883, d. of Mary
Ann (Evans) of Baltimore (Md.) and Sam-
uel Hartmann Strawn (born in Buck's Co.,
Pa.); direct descendent on mother's side of
Prince Llewelyyn of Wales; Mem. of Strawn
family of Strawntown (near Quakerstown,
Pa.) on father's side.

Education: Iowa State Teachers' Coll. (Cedar
Falls, Iowa).

Degrees: B.Di., Iowa State Teachers' Coll.,

Married: Roscoe C. (deceased) s. of Olive and
Thomas Campbell, at Mt. Ayr (Iowa), May
14, 1906; ch.: James W. (B.A., U.C.L.A.)

Prof. Record: Taught school for 15 years in
Iowa and North Dakota; Asst., Clinical Lab.,
Los Angeles for five years; now editing
Belvedere Citizen, and active as Columnist,
"Troubador Rep'orter," Poet and Critic.

Directorships: Officer, The Little Symphony
Assn., East Los Angeles; Dir. of Trouba-
dours; Publicity Dir., Toastmistress Club
(East Los Angeles) ; Charge of Previewing of
Bus. and Prof. Ciub (East Los Angeles) ;
Poetry Soc. of So. Calif. (Past officer).
Publications: Articles have appeared in: Rob
Wagner's Script, Poetry Society Quarterly,
Troubadours, Occult Digest, Bright Mosaics,
Evening Herald (Los Angeles).
Memberships: Business Women's Club, Toast-
mistress; Poetry Soc. of So. Calif., Catholic
Poetry Soc; Panel Club; Troubadours; Theta
Chi; Mothers' Club (Past Pres.)
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: 3725 E. First St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 2817 Camulos PI., Los An-
geles, Calif.



CAMPBELL, Professor Ian. A.B.. M.A..

Asso. I'rof. of I'otioloK'.v, and Asso. Chmn.,
Div. of Gool. Sciences, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Bom: Bismarck (N.D.), Oct. 17. 189'.); s. of
Asnes (Gilkl.son) and Dugald Campbell.
Education: Univ. of Ore.; Northwestern
Univ.; Harvard Univ.

Degrees: A.B., 1922, and M.A., 1924, U. of
Ore.; Ph.D., Harvard U., 1931.
Married: Catherine, d. of John H. Chase.
In Youngstovvn (Ohio), Sept. 16, 1930; eh.:
Dugald Robbins.

Prof. Record: Asst. Prof, of Geology, La.
State U., 1925-28; Instr. in Minerology and
Petrography, Harvard U., 1928-31; Asst.
Prof, of Petrology, 1931-34. Asso. Prof, since
193'', and Asso. Chmn. of Div. of Geology
since 1940, Calif. Inst, of Tech., Pasadena
(Calif.); during summers: Geologist, Wis.
State Geological Survey, 1924; Petrologist,
Vacuum Oil Co., 1926-27; Petrologist, Pana-
ma Corp., 1927-28; Jr. Geologist, U.S. Geolo-
gical Survey, 1929-34; Research Asso., Carne-
gie Instn. of Wash., 1934-39; Cons. Geologist,
since 1926; was Vice-Pres., Amer. Mineral-
ogical Soc, 1940.

Publications: Various articles in scientific

Army Record: Pvt. First class, 361st Ambu-
lance Co., 91st Div., A.E.F., 1917-19.
Memberships: Exec. Com., Pacific Div. of the
Amer. Assn. for the Advancement of Science,
since 1939; Selective Service Local Bd. No.
190, since 1940; Sigma Xi, Phi Beta Kappa,
Gamma Alpha; Atheneum.
Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Varies, Democrat at present.
Recreations: Photography, gardening, bridge,
and pinochle.

Bus. Address: California Institute of Tech-
nology, Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 405 So. Bonnie Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

CAMPBELL. John Bayard Taylor

Managing Editor, Los Angeles Evening Herald
and E.xpress.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), April 19, 1880;
s. of Ruth Ellen (Taylor) and Alexander

Education: Los Angeles High Sch.; Univ. of

Married: Florence, d. of Maria (Wakefield)
and Edward N. Fish, in Tucson (Ariz.),
Oct. 4, 1909; ch.: John B. T., Jr., and Alex-
ander Nye.

Prof. Record: Reporter, San Francisco
Chronicle, 1899-1905; War Correspondent,
Mexico, 1906-07; Editor, Tucson Citizen
(Ariz.), 1907-11; City Editor, Los Angeles
Evening Herald, 1911-16; Asst. Managing
Editor, Los Angeles Evening Herald, 1916-33;
Managing Editor, Los Angeles Evening Her-
ald and Express. 1933 — .

Publications: Whence Came These Women,
1907; Rose of Los Angeles, 1929.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis, swimming.

Bus. Address: 1243 Trenton St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 134 So. Occidental Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif., and "Campbell's Craig", To-
pangO Canyon, Calif. •

CAMPBELL. John Joseph

Dlstiicl 'I'ax Admlnl.slralor, State Board of
l';(lu;ili/alion, Los Angeles.

Horn: Gait (Sacramento Co., Calif.), Oct. 9,
1895; s. of Isabella (Carty) and John Joseph

Education: Public schools, Sacramento Co.
Married: Gladys Brenda, d. of Frank H.
Oldershaw, in Oakland (Calif.), June 18.
1919; ch.: Eelanor, Dorothy, and Catherine.
Prof. Record: Became asso. in state work,
March, 1922, in Secty. of State's office; in
1924 took up tax work with State Board of
Equalization and has served in numerous
capacities since that time; opened Los An-
geles office of State Board of Equalization,
1928; has taken charge of tax functions of
the Board in Los Angeles Dist., 1936-40; Is
Regional Vice-Pres. of No. Amer. Gasoline
Tax Conf.

Army Service: U.S. Air Corps, 1918-19.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Republican.
K-ecreations: Golf.

Bus. Address: 1031 So. Broadway, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 4253 Edgehill Dr., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

CAMPBELL. Professor Lily. Bess.

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

Author; Professor of English, University of
California, Los Angeles.

Born: Ada (Ohio), June 20, 1883; d. of Arma
(Barrington) and Zephaniah Beall.
Education: Univ. of Texas.
Degrees: Litt.B., 1905, M.A., 1906, Univ. of
Texas; Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago, 1921.
Prof. Record: Instructor in English, Univ.
of Wisconsin, 1911-18: Regional E.xecutive
Secretary, YWCA, 1918-20; successively In-
structor, Assistant Professor, Associate Prof.,
and Professor of English, Univ. of Calif.
(Los Angeles), since 1922, Research Lecturer,
1935. Visiting Scholar, Huntington Library,

Publications: Scenes and Machines on the
English Stage, 1923; These are My Jewels.
1929; Shakespeare's Tragic Heroes. 1930.
Editor of Mirror for Magistrates, 1938. Con-
tributor to professional journals and Author
of numerous monographs on Elizaetbhan
literature and the history uf the theatre.
Memberships: Modern Language Association
of America, Philol. Assn. of the Pacific
Coast, American Assn. of University Pro-
fessors; Kappa Alpha Theta.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Democrat.

Home Address. 310 Bentley Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

CAMPBELL. Major Frederick. D.S.O.

British Army Officer (retired).

Born: London (Eng.), June 17, 1882: s. of

Major General Frederick Campbell, C.B.,

C.M.G., D.S.O.

Education: Schs. in England, France and

Germany. Military training at Aldershot




Army Record: Served in India, China and
France with 1st Battn. Welsh Fusiliers; all
ranks from 2nd Lieut, to Majbr. During
World War I, wounded five times. Now re-
tired as a result of wounds suffered during

Decorations: Distinguished Service Order;
mentioned in dispatches five times.
Recreations: Gardening, chess, watching all
forms of athletic competition.
Politics: The Democratic Way.
Address; "Haven Lodge," Hollywood Hills,

CAMPBELL, Robert Willis. A.B., LL.D.


Born: Frankfort (Clinton Co., Ind.), July 30,
1874; s. of Lena (Nicoll) and Joseph C.

Education: Stanford Univ.; Hastings Coll. of

Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1896; LL.D.
(Hon.), Northwestern U., 1936.
Married: Bertha, d. of Judge Elbert H. Gary,
In Wheaton (111.), Sept. 10, 1901; ch.: Eli-
zabeth (Mrs. Edward S. Clark).
Prof. Record: Read Law in office of Reddy,
Campbell & Metson; admitted to Calif. State
Bar, 1899; became Partener, Knapp & Camp-
bell; retired, 1930, remaining as Counsel of
successor — Knapp, Beye, Allen, Cochran, &
Gushing (now Knapp. Allen & Gushing) ;
moved to Pasadena (Calif.), became Mem.,
Campbell, Barstow, Grady & Houser, 1931
(which firm has since dissolved); now Mem.
Campbell, Smith & Campbell, Pasadena

Directorships: Dir., First Trust and Savings
Bank (Pasadena, Calif.), 1935—; Mem.,
Board of Dir., Community Chest (Pasadena),

ArrriT/ Service: Served as Aid and Advisor to
Draft Board, Evanston, 111. (First World

Memberships: Masonic Orders (San Francis-
co); Clubs: Annandale Golf (Pasadena),
Calif. (Los Angeles), University (Pasadena),
Union League (Chicago) ; Zeta Psi Fraternity.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: First Trust Building, 595 E.
Colorado St., Pasadena, Calif.
Home Address: 1000 So. San Rafael Ave.,
Pasadena, Calif.

CAMPBELL. The Reverend Rov Hilton,

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

Pastor, Central Congl. Church.

Born: Benecia (Calif.), Nov. 19, 1879; s. of

Emmeline (Burroughs) and Alfred Hilton


Education: Pomona Coll.; Univ. of Calif.,

Berkeley; Pacific Sch. of Religion.

Degrees: A.B., Pomona Coll., 1903; M.A.,

Univ. of Calif., 1906; B.D., 1910, and D.D.,

1924, Pacific Sch. of Religion.

Married: (1) Mary Elizabeth Burleigh, April

9, 1902 (dec, Jan., 1938); ch. : Royal Hilton.

(2) Abigail Swisher Martin, June 25, 1939.

Prof. Record: Ordained Ministry, Congl.

Church, 1910; Boys' Work Secty., Y.M.C.A.,

Portland (Ore.), 1902-03; Gen. Secty., Y.M.-

C.A., San Diego (Calif.), 1904-05, same U.

of Calif., 1906-07; Ednl. Dir., First Congl.

Church Berkeley (Calif.), 1808-09; Pastor,
Palo Alto (Calif.), 1910-15; Calvary Congl.
Church, Oakland (Calif.), 1915-17; Dir., Pa-
cific Coast Religious Activities, Y.M.C.A. huts
in cantonments, 1917-19; Pastor, Pilgrim
Congl. Church, Seattle (Wash.), 1919-20; Pas-
tor, First Congl. Church, San Diego (Calif.),
1920-40; Pastor, Central Congl. Church, La
Mesa (Calif.) since 1940; is a leader of the
San Diego Community Chest and a radio

Directorships: Pres., Calif. Conf. of Social
Work; Trustee, Pacific Sch. of Religion.
Publications: Three Vital Questions. 1926;
Learning to Live, 1939; The Turn to Religion,
1940; is also a feature writer of the San
Diego Evening Tribune.
Memberships: Kiwanian, Community Chest.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Central Congregational Church,
La Mesa, Calif.

Home Address: "The Boulders," La Mesa,

CAMPBELL, Susan Palmer, A.B.

Librarian, Pasadena Public Library.
Born: Independence (Iowa), Aug. 23, 1902; d.
of Phoebe L. (Palmer) and Alonzo R. Camp-

Education: Public schools. Independence
(Iowa) ; Grinnell Coll. (Iowa) ; Pomona Coll.
(Calif.); Libr. Sch., L. A. Public Libr.
Degrees: A.B., Pomona Coll., 1925; Librari-
an's Certificate, 1926.

Prof. Record: Entered Pasadena Pub. Libr.
system, 1926; experience includes branch libr.
work, children's work, work with young
people in the adult dept. of the Central Libr.;
became Librarian of the Hill Ave. Branch
Libr., 1937.

Memberships: Pasadena Library Club.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Swimming, golf, and riding.
Bus. Address: 55 So. Hill Ave., Pasadena,

Home Address 384 No. El Molino Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif. •

CAMPBELL, William Henry


Director of Research, Desert Laboratory,
Southwest Museum.

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Oct. 28, 1895; s.
of Anna (Henry) and Peter C. Campbell.
Married: Elizabeth W., d. of John P. Crozer,
in Upland (Pa.), May 27, 1920.
Prof. Record: Formerly an Accountant; start-
ed archaeological research work in 1927.
Directorships: Southwest Museum; Legion
Corp. of Twenty-nine Palms.
Publications : Pinto Basing Site, Southwest Mu-
seum Series No. 9, 1935; The Archeology of
Pleistocine Lake Mohave, Southwest Museum
Papers No. 11, 1937.

Army Record: World War volunteer, 1917-19,
United States Army Ambulance Service.
Awards: Italian War Cross (Croce al Merito
di Guerra).

Memberships: Lions, American Legion.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing.



Bus. and Homo Address: Twonty-nlne Pnlms,


Other Address: Glonbrook, Nevada. *

CAMY, Leon H.

President, Hcpublican Printing Company.
Born: Fresno (Calif.), May 28, 1889; .s. of
Lucie (Campasne) and Alexis Camy (bothi
from France") .

Education: Public schools, Fresno (Calif.);

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