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studied commercial law and administration.
Married: Emma Therose, d. of William Glass,
at Fresno (Calif.), Oct., 1922; ch.: Elaine
and William.

Bus. Record: Socty., Treas., and Dir., Fresno
Herald Publishinp: Co., 1924-27; Pub., Fresno
Neu.s, 1937-39; Pres., Commercial Club of
Fresno; Commander, Fresno Post No. 4,
Amer. Legion; at present Owner and Ope-
rator of Printing Plant.

Army Service: Enlisted as Private, 1917;
U. S. Corp of Engineers, 1917-18; commis-
sioned, 1918-19, Lt., Inf.; now Capt. in Nat.
Guard Reserve; overseas, 1917-19.
Memberhsips: Center Lodge, F. & A. M., 465.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Horseback riding, mountaineer-
ing, and fishing.

Bus. Address: 2130 Kern St., Fresno, Calif.
Horne Address: 566 Harvard, Fresno, Calif.

CANEPA, Louis T.. B.S.. LL.B.

Lawyer, Banker.

Vice-President, Wilshire Federal Savings and
Loan Assn.

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Sept. 24. 1892;
s. of Louise (Cademartori) and N. Canepa.
Education: Univ. of Santa Cala; Univ. of So.

Degrees: B.S., U. of Santa Clara, 1912;
LL.B., U. of So, Calif., 1915.
Prof. Record: Mem., Canepa and Castruccio
(Attorneys-at-Law) ; at present, Vice-Pres.,
Wilshire Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
Directorships: Vice-Pres., Wilshire Federal
Savings and Loan Assn.; Adv. Bd., Bank of
Amer.; Pres,. Jonathan Club; Mem., Los An-
geles Memorial Coliseum and Los Angeles
Dept. of Playgrounds and Recreation
Comns.; Hollywood Bowl Opera Assn.
Army Service: Twenty-three months overseas
with 5th Field Artillery, 1st Div., A.E.F.
Awards: The Order of the Purple Heart.
Memberships: Amer. Legion; Knights of Co-
lumbus; Jonathan and Jonathan Army and
Navy clubs.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Pacific National Bldg., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: Jonathan Club, Los Angeles,

CANFIELD, The Reverend Raymond

Pastor and Founder, "Faith Mission."
Born; Grand Rapids (Mich.), July 3, 1900;
s. of Mana Louise (Thorne) and Reverend
Chas. R. Canfield.
Education: Los Angeles pub. schs.

Married: Kale, d. of Jf)hn Gaston, In Koytes-
ville (Mo.); ch.: Richard A.
Prof. Record: Formerly licensed Third Mate;
Arranger of Ray Can field's symr>honlc uku-
lele t)Ooks, pub. by Villa Morot Music Pub-
lishers; Author of over two hundred Hawaiian
songs; considered the World's Foremost Uku-
lele Soloist; Staff on Columbia and
National networks as Hawaiian Orchestra
Leader; gave up music field when ordained
Minister by Mission Workers of Amer., now
Pastor and Founder of "Faith Mission" in
Los Angeles (Calif.).

Navy Service: Q.M. Third Class, U. S. Navy.

Awards: Victory Medal.
Memberships: Amer. Legion.
Religion: Protestant, Penticostal.
Recreations: Visiting other churches.
Bus. Address: "Faith Mission," 119 E. Fourth
St.. Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 637 Crescent Heights Blvd..
Hollywood, Calif. •

CANNELORA. Louis Richard, LL.B.


Born: Lynn (Mass.), Dec. 7, 1915; s. of
Murtha (Dumas) and Gennaro Cannelora.
Education: St. Johns Parochial School (gram-
mar), Napa (Calif.); Napa Union High Sch.;
Univ. of San Francisco; Hastings Coll. of the
Law (San Francisco).

Decrees: LL.B., Hastings Coll. of the Law,

Married: Mary Frances, d. of William Ray-
mond Jewell, at San Francisco (Calif.), Sept.
4, 1937; ch.: Gennaro Edward (b. June 1,

1938, S.F.), and Judith Mary (b. Oct. 26,

1939, Cloverdale).

Prof. Record: In general practice, Cloverdale

(Calif.), since May, 1939; City Attorney of

Cloverdale, since Jan. 1, 1940. Mem. of State

Bar of Calif., American Bar Assn., and Bar

Assn. of Sonoma County.

Directorships: Chairman, Cloverdale Chapter,

Amer. Red Cross.

Clubs: Cloverdale Rotary.

Religion: Catholic.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. and Home Address: United States Hotel
Bldg., Cloverdale, Calif. •

CANNON. William Austin. A.B.. M.A..
Ph.D., F.A.A.A.S.

Research Associate and Lecturer in Botany,
Stanford Univ.

Born: Washington (Mich.), Sept. 23, 1870.
Education: Stanford Univ., Columbia Univ.
(New York City).

Degrees: A.B., 1899, M.A., 1900, Stanford U.;
Ph.D., Columbia U., 1902.
Honors: Fellow, Columbia U., 1902; Carnegie
Fellow, 1903, F.A.A.A.S.

Prof. Record: Resident Investigator, Desert
Lab., Carnegie Ins., 1903-05; Mem. staff.
1903-25; Research Asso., 1931; Lecturer, Bot-
any, Stanford U., 1925—.

Publications: Conditions of Parasitism in
Plants, 1910; Root Habits of Desert Plants,
1911; Botanical Features of the Algerian Sa-
hara, 1913; Plant Habits and Habitants in
the Arid Portions of South Australia, 1921;
"General and Physiological features of the
Vegetation of the more arid portions of South



Africa" (with notes on the climatic environ-
ment), 1924; Physiology of Roots, 1925; and
other contributions on the ecoiogy and physi-
ology of roots.
Address: Stanford University, Calif.

CANTWELL, The Most Reverend John
Joseph, D.D.. LL.D.. J.U.D.
Roman Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles.
Born: Limerick (Ireland), Dec. 1, 1874; s. of
Ellen (O'Donnell) and Patrick Cantwell.
Education: Sacred Heart Coll. (Crescent,
Limerick); St. Patrick's Coll. (Thurles, Ire-

Degrees: J.U.D., Loyola U. (L. A., Calif.),
1938; LL.D., St. Mary's Coll. (Moraga,
Calif.), 1937; LL.D., Notre Dame U. (Notre
Dame, Ind.), 1940.

Directorships: The Roman Catholic Archbishop
of Los Angeles (A Corporation Sole), John
J. Cantwell, Incumbent.

Awards: Knight Commander of Holy Sepul-
chre, 1931; Golden Rose of Tepeyac, 1930;
Medal of Honor of Republic of Lebanon, 1937.
Memberships: Jonathan and Sunset Club.
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Bus. Address: 714 W. Olympic Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 100 Fremont PI., Los Angeles,



Born: New York City, Dec. 8, 1886; s. of
Vincenza (Amendola) and Paul Carbonara.
Education: Scholarship, National Conserva-
tory of Music (New York City), 1900, under
Directorship of Antonin Dvorak; Royal Cons,
of Music, Naples (Italy), graduated, 1910.
Married: Helen, d. of Ellen (Kirby) and Mar-
tin Hanley, at Santa Ana (Calif.), Jan. 28,
1939; ch.: William, Doris and Armand (by
previous marriage).

Publications: Vocal, instrumental, and or-
chestral compositions, published in New York,
Boston, San Francisco, Italy, and Vienna.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Gadrening.

Bus. Address: Paramount Pictures, Inc., Hol-
lywood, Calif.

Home Address: 11289 Ivy PL, W. Los Ange-
les, Calif. •

CARD, Thomas Adam. A.B., M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.

Born: Kempt Shore (Nova Scotia), Oct. 20,
1890; s. of Marian (MacDonald) and John
Lockhart Card.
Education: Stanford Univ.
Degrees: A.B., 1915, M.D., 1919, Stanford U.
Married: Allene H., d. of George W. Mosher,
in Palo Alto (Calif.), 1917; ch.: Lenette,
Marian, and Richard.

Prof. Record: In the practice of medicine in
Riverside (Calif.), since 1919.
Publications: Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis in
Twins (Journal of Pediatrics), May, 1939;
Tuberculous Appendicitis, (.Calif, and Wetsern
Medicine), March, 1939.

Army Service: E.M.R.C, Wbrld War 1, sta-
tioned at Lane Hospital (San Francisco).
Memberships: Exchange, Elks, YMCA; River-

side County Medical Assn. (Pres.), Calif.

Medical Assn. ; Fellow, American College of

Surgeons; Nu Sigma Nu.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Handball and badminton.

Bus. Address: 3616 Main St., Riverside, Calif.

Hovie Address: 4592 Aurora Dr., Riverside,

Calif. *

CARLISLE, Chester Lee. M.D.,

Clinical Director, Veterans Administration.
Born: Columbus (Ohio), July 18, 1876; s. of
Lauretta (Stedman) Gee and Isaac Burson

Education: Ohio State Univ.; Medical Dept.,
Western Reserve Univ.
Degrees: M.D., Western Reserve U., 1898.
Married Hallie Elizabeth, d. of Fred C. Ha-
berman at Marion (Ohio), Apr. 15, 1903;
ch.: Corabell.

Prof. Record: Interne, Charity Hosp. (Cleve-
land, Ohio), 1898-99; Medical Officer, staff
of New York State Hosp., 1901-17; Superin-
tendent, Div. of Mental Defect and Delin-
quency for N. Y. State Board of Charities,
1917-20; Officer, U. S. Public Health Service
and Dir., Ore. State Survey, 1920-21; Chief,
Neuropsychiatric Div., 8th Dist., Veterans
.Administration, Chicago (111.), 1921-25, and
Clinical Dir. of Veterans Administration,
Bronx (N.Y. City), 1925-31; Clinical Dir.,
Veterans Administration, Palo Alto, 1931 — .
Publications: Causes of Dependency, (N. Y.
State Board of Charities), 1918; Oregon State
Survey of Mental Defect, Delinquency and
Dependency (U. S. Public Health Service),
1920; many articles on psychiatry in various
med. journals.

Army Service: Served as Captain, Med.
Corps, U. S. Army, 1918-19; Past Comman-
der, San Francisco Chapter, Military Order
of World War.

Memberships: Waverley (Palo Alto) Club;
Delta Tau Delta Fraternity; Amer. Legion,
Military Order of Foreign Wars; Military Or-
der of the World War; American Psychiatric
Assn., Assn. for Research, Mental and Ner-
vous Diseases, Assn. of Military Surgeons,
Assn. for Research in Human Heredity (N.Y.),
New York Soc. for Clinical Psychiatry, N. Y.
Neurological Soc, Amer. Assn. for Advance-
ment of Science.
Religion: Episcopal.
Recreations: Automobiling.
Bus. Address: Palo Alto, Calif.

CARLSON. Arthur William. A.B., J.D.
Lawyer, Assemblyman.

Born: Eveleth (Minn.), May 6, 1900; s. of
Amanda (Johnson) and Frank Carlson.
Education: Eveleth High Sch.; Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: A.B., 1923, J.D., 1926, U. of Calif.
Married: Charlotte A., d. of Richard K. Ham,
in Piedmont (Calif.), June 24, 1933; ch.:
Richard Artuhr.

Prof. Record: Attorney-at-Law, practiced in
Sacramento, 1926-27; in Oakland, 1927—.
Memberships: Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Delta
Phi; F.&A.M.; Athens Athletic Club, and
Claremont Country clubs.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Ranching, golf.



Bus. Address: 1503 Central Bank Bldg., Oak-
land, Cnllf.

Home, Address: 12 Marlborough Ct., Pied-
mont, Cnllf.

CARLSON, Elmer Edwin, LL.B.

JiuIko. Niiidi .ludicial Township, Fresno Co.
Born: KinR.sburp; (Calif.), Oct. 12, 1891; 8.
ot Carolina (Ossman) and Andrew P. Carlson.
Educntinn: Klngsburg (Calif.); Univ. of
Calif.; Univ. of Mich.
Degrees: LL.B., U. of Mich., 1915.
Married: Mabel M., d. of Oscar Rolander, at
Klngbsurg (Calif.), June 28, 1925; ch.; Ivone

Prof. Record: Practiced law at Bishop (Calif.)
fror 1916-20, and City Judge of BLshop dur-
ing that time; practiced law at Kingsburg
from 1920 to present; City Attorney of Kings-
burg for several years, and City Judge for
ten years; Judge of Ninth Judicial T\)vvnship
since 1922; formerly Pres., Chamber of Com-
merce (Kingsburg) and on Bd. of Dir. of
said corporation for ten years. Served two
terms on Bd. of Trustees, Kingsburg Joint
Union High Sch.

Army Service: During World War I, served
on Inyo Co. Legal Adv. Bd.
Memberships: Kiwanis Club (Kingsburg);
Traver Lodge, F. & A. M., No. 294.
Religion: Lutheran.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Traveling, reading, golf.
Bus. Address: Professional Bldg., Kingsburg,

Ho7ne Address: 1660 - 20th Ave., Kingsburg,
Calif., and P. O. Box 183, Kingsburg, Calif.


Municipal Fire Marshall and Investigator of
Fires, in Charge of Fire Prevention Bureau.
Born: Oakland (Calif.), Jan. 31, 1891; s. of
Ella (Collins) and Oscar Carlson.
Education: Oakland (Calif.).
Bus. Record: Has given many lectures on
arson investigation used at the San Jose
State Coll., and at Univ. of Calif. Peace Of-
ficers' Training Course, Oakland Police Sch.,
and District Attorney Zone Sch. ; served as
First Asst. Marine Engineer (unlimited li-
cense), U. S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of

Navy Service: Chief Machinist's Mate during
World War I.

Memberships: Lambda Alpha Epsilon; Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Outdoor life.
Bus. Address: City Hall, Oakland, Calif.
Home Address: 1483 - 33rd Ave., Oakland,
Calif. •

CARLSON, Professor Glen Everett, A.B..

M.A.. Ph.D.

Professor of Sociology, Univ. of Redlands.

Born: Ormsby (McKean Co., Pa.), Nov. 20,

1896; s. of Myrtle Hope (Johnson) and Carl

Amil Carlson.

Education: Greenville Coll. (111.); Univ. of

Mich.; Graduate of Hoff Bus. Coll. (Warren,

Pa.), 1915.

Degrees: A.B., 1923, M.A., 1925, Ph.D., 1930,

Univ. of Mich.

Married: Maude, d. of N. M. Cooke, In Owos-
.so (Mich.), Fob. 6, 1926.

Prof. Record: Accountant of Smith Oil Refg.
Co. (Clarcdon, I'a.), 1915-18; Greenville
Coll., 1920-22; U. of Mich., 1922-23; Mt.
Clemens High Sch. f taught commerce), 1923-
24; Seattle Pacific Coll. aaught economics),
1924-25; U. of Mich, (taught sociology), 1925-
27; Rollins Coll. (taught economics), 1927-.30;
Pa. State (taught sociology), 19.'50-.'n; U. of
Redlands (teaching sociology), 1931 to date.
Summer of 1926, Dir. of Detroit Negro Sur-
vey; summer of 1929. taught Mich. State
Teachers Coll. Vice-Chairman and Acting
Chairman of Calif. State Relief Commn (ap-
pointed by Gov.), 19.34-.37; Advi.sor on social
legislation; Lecturer on social and economic

Directorships: Vice-Pres. of Pacific Sociolog-
ical Society.

Publications: The Negro in Industry in De-
troit; The Dilemma of Dem,ocracy ; plus many
newspaper and magazine articles.
Army Service: U. S. Army (Oil Branch),

Memberships: Kiwanis, Fortnightly, Mich.
Union; Phi Kappa Tau (nat. soc. frat.), Phi
Delta Kappa (nat. hon. ednl. frat.). Alpha
Kappa Delta (nat. hon. soclgl. frat.). Pi
Kappa Delta (nat. hon. forensic frat.). Pi
Gamma Mu (nat. hon. soc. sci. frat.).
Religion: Protestant.

Recreations: Hunting, fishing, camping and

Bus. Address: Univ. of Redlands, Redlands,

Home Address: 515 So. Buena Vista St.,
Redlands, Calif. *

CARLYLE, Richard Fredric, D.D.,


Author, Lecturer, Teacher.
Born: Jamestown (Ark.), May 12, 1905; s.
of Sarah Ann (Webb) and John William

Education: Westminster Coll.
Degrees: D.D., Church of America, 1940.
Married: Elizabeth Ann., d. of Theodore Rev-
erman, in Louisville (Ky.), June 18, 1904.
Prof. Record: Secty., Chamber of Commerce,
Poplar Bluff (Mo.); Reporter, Poplar Bluff
American; Political Campaign Mgr. (Mo.);
Orchestra Leader; Magazine and Newspaper
Editor (Mo.); Salesman, Croissant Realty Co.
(Chicago) ; Operative, Hargrave Detective
Agency (Chicago) ; with Gray Line Sightsee-
ing Co. (St. Louis) — at this time active as
Dramatic Critic and Free-Lance Writer; made
world tour; engaged in writing and lecturing;
Publishers' Editor, and Contributing Editor
to magazines; Instr.. Religious Science Inst.;
Delegate, Internat. Congress of Oriental Phil-
osophy (Paris), served also as Lecturer, 1937;
Antiquarian, B. Manheim Galleries (New Or-
leans), 1937-39; Camjaign Lecturer. Republi-
can State Com., 1940. Approximately 1600
public lectures given various clubs and
schools, also some radio commentating, 1933-

Directorships: Pres., Church of America, Inc.
Publications: Song of Youth (poems) and
Epigrammatica 1925; Psalms of Krishna,
1933; The Oracles, 1933; Demon Greed, 1934;
The Earth Belongs to the Living, 1936; High
Lights in Chinese Porcelain, 1939.
Army Service: 1st Coast Artillery, Fort de
Lesseps, Panama Canal Zone, 1926-28.



Memberships: F. & A. Masons (Life Member),
Pentalpha Lodge No. 202; Eugene Field Soc,
Internal. Mark Twain Soc, Writers' Guild of
Amer., Western Writers' Assn., Allied Arts
Assn.; The Islanders, Pasadena Breakfast
Club; Fellow, Amer. Geographical Society;
Theta Kappa Nu; Order of Meru, Acad, of
Amer. Antiquities.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Registered Democrat.
Recreations: Scientific investigation, golf.
Home Address: 421 No. Sycamore Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

CARMODY, Professor Francis James.
A.B.. M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor of French, Univ. of Calif.
Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Dec. 4, 1907;
s. of Mar> Octavia (Turner) and Frank
Edward Carmody.

Education: Lowell High Sch. (San Francisco);
Univ. of Calif., 1924-29; Sorbonne (Paris),
1929-30; Harvard Graduate Sch., 1930-32.
Degrees: A.B,, in Music, 1928, M.A., in
French, 1929, U. of Calif.; Ph.D., in Ro-
mance Philology, Harvard, 1932.
Married: Carol, d. of Frederick B. Hink, in
Eureka (Calif.); ch.: Robert Francis and

Prof. Record: Instr., U. of Calif., 1932-35;
Asst. Prof, of French, 1935-38; Asso. Prof,
of French, 1938-41.

Directorships: Treas., Maison Francaise, Inc.

Publications: U. of Calif. PubL In Modern
Philology Vol. XX, 1937, X-Ray Studies of
Speech Articulations; Vol. XVI, 1933, Le Rep-
ertoire de L'Op6ra-Coviique en Vaudevilles;
U. C. Publ. in Classics, Vol. XII, 1941; P^2/s-
iologus Latinus Versio Y; Librairie Droz
(Paris), Physiologus Latinus Versio B (Par-
is), 1939. Speculum (Cambridge, Mass.) Vol.
XI, 1936, XII, 1937 on the sources of Bi-u-
netto Latini's Trisor; Vol. XIII, 1938 on the
Latin Physiologus. Institute of French Stu-
dies (New York, 1934), Franco-Italian Sour-
ces of the Roncesvalles.

Learned Societies: Modern Language Assn.,
Mediaeval Acad., Amer. Oriental Society; So-
ci6t6 des anciens textes francais.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Music, dramatics.
Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

Home Address: 2535 Buena Vista Way, Ber-
keley, Calif.

CARNS. Charles Newell. B.S.

Judge of Municipal Court of Los Angeles.
Born: Philadelphia (Pa.). Dec. 25, 1885; s.
of Mary Martine (Givin) and Charles Wes-
ley Cams, Jr.

Education: Univ. of Pa.; Univ. of So. Calif.
Degrees: B.S., U. of Pa., Wharton Sch. Fin.
and Commerce, 1912; Law, 1913.
Married: Winifred Alice, d. of Joseph Hood
Stott, in San Francisco (Calif.), Oct. 1, 1925.
Prof. Record: Clerking and stenographic ca-
pacity with printing house. Barber Asphalt
Paving Co., Cramps Shipbuilding Co., Bailey,
Banks and Briddle (Jewelers) and Geo. F.
Craig and Co. (Lumber), Title Ins. and
Trust Co., Mines and Parrish (Real Estate),
Private Secty. to late U. S. Senator Frank P.
Flint; Cost Accounting, Central Hardware Co.
and sales work in contracting business (all

before actively practicing Law) ; Dir., local
Cham, of Com., Kiwanis and other civic bod-
ies; Secty., financial development corpns.;
since, July, 1915 has been in the active
practice of law, until December, 1935 when
appointed to Municipal Court by Gov. Frank
F. Merriam; succeeded self by election in
May, 1939 for 6 year term; ten years Chair-
man, County Cent. Com. from 42nd Assy.
Dist., Vice-Pres., L. A. Co. Committee, 3934-

Army Record: Served In U. S. Army during
World War I.

Memberships: Masonic Lodge, B.P.O.E., Ki-
wanis; Kappa Sigma (.Social), Phi Alplia Del-
ta (Law).

Religion: Presbyterian.
Recreations: Golf.

Business Address: City Hall, Los Angeles,

Home Address: 11048 La Maida, No. Holly-
wood, Calif. *

CARPENTER. Professor Charles E.,

A.B.. M.A.. LL.B.
Prof, of Law, Univ. of So. Calif.
Born: Olin (la.), 1878.

Education: Univ. of Kansas; Harvard Law

Degrees: A.B., 1902, M.A., 1903, U. of Kan-
sas; LL.B., Harvard Law Sch., 1908.
Married: (1) Jessie Bird Bennett, 1905; (2)
Mildred S. Struble, 1940; ch. : Marguerite
Carpenter and Corinne L Walker.
Prof. Record: Has been in practice and teach-
ing of law since 1908.

Publications: A Real New Deal; hidividual
Enterprise and Democracy (Longmans, Green
and Co.); many articles in law journals.
Religion: CongregationaL
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Law SchooL, Univ. of Southern
California, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 100 So. Van Ness, Los An-
geles, Calif.

CARPENTER. Lieut, Colonel Ford Ash-
man. U.S.A. Air Corps Res., Sc.D.,

Meteorologist, Aeronaut, and Lecturer.
Born: Chicago (111.), Mar. 25, 1868; s. of
Charlotte Baldwin (Eaton) and Major Leb-
beus Ross Carpenter.

Education: Chicago schools: Dilworth Acad.;
Carson Observatory; U. S. Air Schools.
Degrees: Sc.D., Occidental Coll., 1921; LL.D.,
Whittier Coll. (Calif.), 1931.
Prof. Record: Continuous service in all capa-
cities from Cooperative Observer, age 16, to
Acting Chief Forecaster, Washington (D. C),
from enlistment, Feb. 2, 1888 to Sept. 15,
1919; since then and to date as Special Ob-
server and Nat. Adviser. Asst. Observer at
Portland (Ore), Cape Disappointment, San
Francisco and Official in Charge, Carson
City (Nev.), San Diego and Los Angeles;
Section Dir. of the Nev. State Weather Ser-
vice Meteorological Lecturer at all air
fields and schools of U. S. War Coll., West
Point and Annapolis, etc.; Lecturer at prin-
cipal universities of U. S.; at U. of Calif.
for past 29 years on Lecturing Faculty. Or-
ganized Dept. of Meteorology and Aeronaut-



Ics, Los Angeles Cham, of Commerce, Mgr.,

nirrctnrshipx: Mem., Bd. of Govs., Los An-
geles Mu.s. of Illst., Scl. and Art (Exposition
Park), So. Calif. Acad. Scl.
Puhtira lions: A score of books and more than
400 monographs, all on meteorology and aero-

Army Records: Started as Private, Signal
Corps, U. S. Army, July 2, 1888 and held
rank In various grades until June 30, 1891,
discharged by Act of Congress; Lecturer and
Acrologioal Adviser during World War;
Lt., Senior Grade, U. S. Naval Res.
to 1924 when vacated commission to accept
Majority in U. S. Army Air Corps Res.;
promoted to Lt. Col. which rank he now holds.
Airp"ot, Federation Aeronautique Interna-
tional No. 913 and Lecturer on Meterology
and Aeronautics, lecturing at all air fields
and schools of the U. S. War and Navy Depts.
Memberships : Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi; Ar-
my and Navy (Washington*. City Club (Bos-
ton), Sojourners (Washington D.C.), Scrib-
es. Sunset (Los Angeles) ; Hon. Mem. of L. A.
Cham, of Com., etc.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Technical photogarphy.
Bus. Address: Central Bldg., Los Angeles,

Home Address: University Club, Los Ange-
les, Calif.

CARPENTER. Fred Warner, LL.B..

Lawyer (retired) .

Born: Sauk Centre (Minn.); s. of Eva Au-
gusta (Wright* and Ira Mahlon Carpenter.
Education: Public schools; Lakeport Acad.;
Law Department, Univ. of Minn.
Degrees: LL.B., 1897, LL.M., 1898, U. of

Prof. Record: Admitted to Bar (Minn, and
Calif. 1, 1898; Stenographer to Charles S.
Wheeler of Bishop & WTieeler (San Fran-
cisco'), 1898-1900; resigned to go to Philip-
pine Islands as Stenographer to Mr. Taft,
his Private Secretary when he was inaugu-
rated as Gov., 1901; accompanied Gov. Taft
to Rome, 1902, in connection with Friars'
Lands controversy; went to Washington as
his Pvt. Secty. when he was made Secty. of
War, 1904; accompanied him on his trips to
P. I., in 1905 and 1907; resigned from War
Dept., Julv 10, 1908; Sectv. to President Taft,
March 5, 1909 to Mav 26, 1910; E. E. and M.
P., to Morocco, May 10, 1910 to Sept., 1912,
to Siam, Sept. 12, 1912 to Dec. 1913.
Publications: Verses from Many Seas (Paul
Elder & Co.), 1914.

Memberships: Detla Chi.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Recreati07is : Gardening and Books (especial-
ly literature and history 12th and 13th Cen-
tury) .

Home Address: 30 Madrone Ave., San An-
selmo, Calif.

CARPENTER. Grace Marion

Publisher, Crescenta Valley Ledger.
Bom: Fredericksburg (Tex.t, Sept. 28, 1888;
d. of Mary Cordelia (Callan) and Charles
Fisk Tansill; sister of Charles Callan Tan-

sill, Ph.D., author of several books including
bcst-.seller America (Joc.h to War.
Education: I'ubllc and private schools, Wash-
ington (D.C.).

Married: Arthur Allen, s. of Fernando A.
Carpenter, at Wa.shlngton (D. C), Nov. 16,
1910; ch.: Richard Allen, and Donald Tan-

Prof. Record: Former Society Correspondent
for 15 daily newspapers throughout country,
headquarters, Washington (D. C).
Meinber.thips: La Caflada Thursday, La Cres-
centa Woman's, Glendale Toastmistress clubs;
Daughters of Amer. Revolution;
Bus. and Prof. Woman's club.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Wavering Democrat.
Recreations: Short story writing, public
speaking, gardening.

Bus. Address: Crescenta Valley Ledger, 2307
Honolulu Ave., Montrose, Calif.
Home Address: Lone Pine Lane at Lyans, La
Cafiada, Calif. *

CARPENTER. Tohn E.. A.B.. M.A.

Dir., Adult Education and Vocational Edu-

Born: Heberg (Sweden), July 13, 1886; s. of
Anna (Anderson) and Olander Nelson.
Education: High Sch. Elgin (111.); Stanford
Univ.; Univ. of Calif., Berkeley.

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