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Degrees: A.B.. Calif. Baptist Coll., 1897;
LL.B., U. of Calif., 1899.
Married: Maud Eugenia, d. of Margaret and
Francis Marion Lutts in Willows (Calif.),
Oct. 1, 1900; ch.: Margaret Eldena. Francis
Lutts, Ralph Herbert, Jr., and Sarah Eu-
genia.

Prof. Record: May 1899, began law practice
in San Francisco; last 20 yrs. Sr. Mem.,
firm of Cross & Brandt; Francis L. Cross and
Ralph H. Cross, Jr. (sons), now Members of
the firm.

Directorships: Pres. and Dir. : Legal Aid Soc.
of San Francisco, First Nat. Bank (San Le-
andro), Cross Investment Co., Eden Reali-
zation Co., Ltd., San Francisco Credit Clear-
ing House; Pres., Bd. of Trustees and Dir.,
Dante Hosp. ; Dir. Alameda County East Bay
Title Ins. Co., Uptown Development Assn.
(Oakland, Past Pres.); Founder, Independent
Bankers Assn. of Central Calif.

Memberships: Hillcrest Lodge (Masons); R.
A.M. (Oakland Chapt.); Knight Templar,
Aahmes Shrine; Woodmen of the World;
Calif. Historical Soc. (S.F.): Commonwealth
Club of Calif.: Mt. Ralston Fish Planting
Club; Amer. Bar Assn., Calif. State Bar
Assn., and San Francisco Bar Assn.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Ranching. Hobby: History of
Early Inns of Calif.

Bus. Address: 111 Sutter St., San Francisco, •
Calif.

Ho7ne Address: 3125 Claremont Ave., Berke-
ley, Calif.



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CROSS, Robert Brandt, A.B., M.A.
Organist, St. Margaret's Roman Catholic
Church, Oakland.

Born: Stockton (Calif.), Dec. 9, 1914; s. of
Theresa P. (Brandt) and LaRue Ackley
Cross.

Ediicati07i: Los Angeles public schools; Los
Angeles Junior College; Univ. of Calif.,
Berkeley; Univ. of Calif., Los Angeles.
Degrees- A.B.. 1937, U. of Calif., Los Ange-
les; M.A., 1939, U. of Calif., Berkeley.
Memhemhips: Phi Sigma; Hon. Classical Lan-
guages Society of the Univ. of Calif. (L.A.);
Amor. Guild of Organists (L.A.Chapt.) ; San
Franci.sco Arch-Diocosan Catholic Organists'
and Choir Guild; Bach Cantata Society of
U. of Calif, Berekley.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Non-partisan.

Bus. Address: Cor. Emerson and Excelsior
Ave., Oakland, Calif.

Home Address: 1146 So. Tremaine Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Other Address: 623 Hillsborough St., Oak-
land, Calif.

CROSS, William Samuel, Ph.G.

Pharmacist (retired, Jan., 1941).
Born: New York, June 16, 1866; s. of Mary
Elizabeth (Felker) and Samuel Cross.
Education: Dayton (Ohio); Toronto (Can.).
Degrees: Ph.G., 1887, Ontario Coll. Pharmacy
(Toronto, Can.)

Married: Frances S. (of England), d. of Wil-
liam Hollier, at Los Angeles (Calif.), Dec.
24, 1889; ch.: Estelle A. C.
Prof. Record: Retail and wholesale drug
business in Calif, since 1888.
Directorships: Vice-Pres. and Dir., Business
Properties, Inc.

Memberships : 32° Scottish Rite Mason; Mem..
Al Malaikah Temple, Los Angeles.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 329 Byrne Bldg., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Home Address: 1154 W. 29th St., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

CROTHERS, John H.

President, Times Printing Company.

Born: Providence of Quebec (Can.), Mar. 13,

1876; s. of Emma (Montle) and James

Crothers.

Education: Washington College.

Married: Olive E,, d. of Robert Bonner,

at Niles (Calif.); ch.: Olive E. and Louise C.

Bus. Record: Vice-Pres., Eureka Woolen

Mills; Pres., Eureka Ice and Cold Storage

Co.; Dir., Eureka Chamber of Commerce;

Mem., Advisory Bd., Bank of Amer.

Memberships: Clubs: Bohemian and Press

(San Francisco), Humbolt GoU and Country,

Elks (Eureka), and Rotary (chart, mem.)

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 328 E. St., Eureka, Calif.

Home Address: 1837 Williams St., Eureka,

Calif.



CROTTY, Homer D(aniel). A.B., J.D.,
LL.M.
Lawyer.

Born: Oakland (Calif.), Mar. 15, 1899; s. of
Mary Frances (O'Connor) and Daniel Crotty.
Education: Univ. of Calif.; Harvard Univ.
Degrees: A.B., 1920, and J.D., 1922, U. of
Calif.; LL.M., Harvard U., 1923.
Married: Ida Hull, d. of Ralph B. Lloyd, In
Beverly Hills (Calif.), May 12, 1934; ch.:
Daniel Lloyd, Mary Elizabeth and Anne
Lloyd.

Prof. Record: Partner, Gibson, Dunn &
Crutcher, engaged in corporation and reor-
ganization practice.

Directorships: Dir., Ventura Land & Water
Co.; Trustee, Scripps Coll.; Dir. and Mem.
of Exec. Com., Southwest Mus.; Dir., Secty.
and Mem. of Exec. Com., Friends of the
Huntington Libr. ; Dir., Ralph B. Lloyd Foun-
dation: Secty., Los Angeles Com. on Foreign
Relations.

Publications: Numerous articles and reviews
on legal topics.

Army Service: Served in S.A.T.C, U. of
Calif., Oct. - Dec, 1918.

Memberships: Amer. Bar Assn., Calif, and
Los Angeles Co. Bar Assn., Amer. Assn. for
Advancement of Science, Amer. Mus. Nat.
Hist , Amer. Acad, of Soc. Sci., Amer. Legal
Hist Soc, Amer. Soc. of Internat. Law, As-
tron. So. Pacific, Calif. Hist. Soc, So.
Calif Histl. Soc, Nat. Economic League,
Southwest Mus., Friends of the Huntington
Libr., Selden Soc. (London), Stair Soc.
(Edinburgh), Foreign Policy Assn. (Los An-
geles Com.); clubs: California, Chancery,
Harvard Club of So. Calif, (all in Los An-
geles) • Grolier (New York), Sunset, Stock
Exchange, Town Hall, University, Zamorano
(L.A.), Commonwealth (S.F.).
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Deep sea fishing, riding, and
mountaineering. Hobbies: boOk coUectmg,
Bus. Address: 634 So. Spring St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 1305 Woodstock Dr., San Ma-
rino, Calif.

CROW, George Arnold, O.D., D.O.S.

Optometrist.

Born: Tacoma (Wash.), Jan. 4, 1901; s of
Nellie (Dudleston) and William Walter
Crow.

Education: Los Angeles (Calif.), and Ta-
coma (Wash.).

Degrees: O.D., 1920, Los Angeles Med. Sch.
of Optometry and Op thalmology ; Hon.
D.O.S., Northern 111. Coll. of Optometry, 1937
(for outstanding contributions to visual analy-
sis, correction and re-education).
Married: Aria, d. of Roily A. Johnson, In
Los Angeles (Calif.), 1924; ch.: Jean and
Billy.

Prof. Record: Began practice in Los Ange-
les 1920; pioneered in field of orthoptics and
reconditioning of visual reflexes; published
first book on subject, 1934; lectured through-
out U. S. and British Columbia on various
tours; has written for Optometric Extension
program since 1937.

Publications: Applied Refraction (Harry Day,
Los Angeles), 1934; Fundamental Principles



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0/ Orthopnea. 2 series, 1938-39 (O.E.P., Dun-
can,, Oklu.).

Memberships: Omega Delta.
Rvligion: Protestant.
Recreutwns: Photography.
Bus. Address: Pacific Mutual lildjj., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 800 \V. 101st St.. Los Ange-
les. Calif.

CROW, Nelson Rayment

Editor and Publisher, Western Livestock
Journal.

Born: St. Joseph (Mo.), Nov. 22, 1895; s. of
Edith (Rayment I and E. J. Crow.
Education: Public schools, St. Joseph (Mo.).
Married: Mary Josephine, d. of Charles Ash-
ton Dolman (dec), at Pasadena (Calif.),
Sept. 20, 1920; ch. : Richard Ashton, John
Dolman, William George, Sue, and Joseph.

Prof. Record: Newspaper Reporter, St. Jo-
seph (Mo.) News-Press; St. Joseph Gazette;
St. Joseph Stock Yards Journal; Chicago
Drovers Journal. Since 1922, Owner and Pub-
lisher, Western Livestock Journal (Los An-
geles).

Army Record: Honorable discharge as Corpo-
ral, 41st Inf., 10th Div., U.S. Army.
Religion : Methodist.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Administration Bldg., Union
Stock Yards, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 415 Oaklawn Ave., So. Pasa-
dena, Calif.

CROWE. Harold E., A.B., M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon.

Born: San Gabriel (Calif.), June 22, 1895;
s. of Lulu (Price) and Frank A. Crowe.
Education: Long Beach High Scohol (Long
Beach, Calif.); Leland Stanford Jr. Univ.;
Univ. Libre de Bruxelles.

Degrees: A.B., Leland Stanford, Jr. U., 1917;
M.D., Universite Libre de Bru.xelles, 1922.
Married: Anne, d. of Frederick Parkhurst,
Tientsin (China), Jan. 4, 1926.
Prof. Record: Asst. in Surgery, Rockefeller
Foundation (Pekin. China), 1924-25; Clinical
Dir., Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hosp., 1930 — .
Resident Surgeon, Los Angeles Orthopaedic
Hosp., 1926-30; Chief of Staff, Los Angeles
Methodist Hosp., 1940; private practice of
Orthopaedic Surgery, 1929-40.
Publications: Scientific articles.
Army Record: Lieut., Sanitary Corps, U.S.
Army, 1917-19.

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi;
Western Orthopaedic Soc. ; Amer. Academy
of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Reconstruction of crippled chil-
dren.

Bus. Address: 635 So. Westlake Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Ho}ne Address: 2202 Virginia Rd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

CROWE. J. Thomas, B.S., LL.B.
Lawj'er, Partner, McFadzean and Crowe.
Bom: Fond Du Lac (Wis.), Jan. 5, 1902;
s. of Mary E. (Wood) and John T. Crowe.
Education: Univ. of Santa Clara (Calif.).



Degrees: B.S., 1922, LL.B.. 192.3, U. of
Sunta Cluru.

Married: Wanda, d. of W. H. Walston, Santa
Clara Chapel, July 18, 1936; ch.: John
Thomas and Daniel Walston.
Prof. Record: Asso. with law firm of Power
and McFadzean, In 1923; accepted as law
l)artner In 1929 when firm became Power,
McFadzean and Crowe, since death of Maur-
ice E. Power, Esq., In 1931, continued as
law partner of Daniel McFadzean, Esq., un-
der new firm name of McFadzean and <i;rowe;
Pres. of Tulare Co. Bar Assn., 19.32-.33; State
Pres., Calif. Elks Assn., 19.33-:J4; Dist. Gov.,
Dist. 106 Rotary Internal., 1938-39.
Memberships: Visalia Rotary; Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks; Visalla (2olf, and
University Club.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Hunting, fishing and golf.
Bus. Address: Jacob Bldg., Visalla, Calif.
Home Address: 300 Fairway Dr., Visalia,
Calif.

CROWELL. Beulah Butcher

Voice Teacher.

Born: Bloomington (Ind.), Mar. 17, 1897;
d. of Harriet S. (Deckard) and Charles BlaJi-
chard Butcher.

Education: Public schools. St. Louis (Mo.);
studied music at Cape Girardeau Normal,
Cape Girardeau (Mo.); Beethoven Consv.,
Kroeger Sch. of Music (graduate, 1922) ; E.
A. Taussig (voice) and William John Hall
(voice) — all of St. Louis; Mason School of
Music, Charleston (W.Va.); Dunning Sys-
tem (Chicago and N.Y.).

Married: Irvin S. Crowell, St. Louis (Mo.), Oct.
31, 1915; ch.: Harriet Crowell (Concklin).
Prof. Record: Started teaching at age of 16;
later opened school in St. Louis, where she
taught piano and voice 13 yrs. ; broadcast
over all major networks from St. Louis, and
Mutual from Chicago; has organized and
conducted musical classes in many churches
for different denominations. Came to Los
Angeles in 1936; many of her pupils now
well-known names in pictures; has authorized
a musical memory training course, which is
constantly being improved upon; at present,
teaching voice, privately and in classes, at
Max Reinhardt workshop staff.
Publications: Rhythm Tablet-Visual Compre-
hention of Tone Length, now being pub. ;
Musical Memory Training Course. Tone Length
now makes it possible to telegraph music.
Memberships: Form. Mem.: Jr. Chmn.. Mo.
Fed. Music Clubs, 4 yrs.; Musicians Guild, St.
Louis (Mo.); St. Louis Harmony Choral
(former Librn. and Mem. of Voice Com.);
Representative. St. Louis Parliamentary Law;
Fed. Women's Clubs; League of Women
Voters, St. Louis Co. (Living Cost Climn. and
Publicity) ; St. Louis Women's Chamber of
Commerce; Wellston Chamber of Commerce
(St. Louis). Mem. No. 328, Eastern Star, St.
Louis (Mo.).

Recreations: Reading, and sharing pastimes
of daughter and granddaughter.
Bus. and Home Address: 822 So. Curson Ave.,
Los Angeles, Calif.

CROWELL, Professor William Ransom,

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

Associate Professor of Chemistry, Univ. of

Calif., Los Angeles.

Born: Bernardston (Mass.), June 2, 1879;



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s. of Lillie Floretta (Estabrook) and Hlland
Ransom Crowell.

Eudcation: ISIass. Inst. Tech.; Columbia Univ.
Degrees: B.S., 1904, Mass. Inst. Tech.; M.A.
1914, Ph.D., 1916, Columbia U.
Married: Madeline Louise, d. of William A.
Libert, Lewiston (Ida.), June 28, 1920; ch. :
Kathryn Jane.

Prof. Record: Asst., in Physics, Mass. Inst.
Tech., 1905; Boston, Edison Co., 1906-08;
Instr. In Physics, Pa. State Coll., 1908; Prln.
of Douglas High Sch., 1908-11; Teacher of
Physics and Chemistry in Los Angeles Poly-
technic High Sch., 1911-14, 1916-19; Asst.
Prof, of Chemistry, U.C.L.A., 1919-29, Asso.
Prof., 1929-40.

Publications: In journals of the American
Chemical Soc. on the Chemistry of Osmium
and Ruthenium, lodometric Copper, Micro-
chemistry, etc.

Army Record: Coast artillery, 1918.
Memberships: Sigma XI, Alpha Chi Sigma,
Phi Lambda Upsllon, and Beta Theta Pi.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Agricultural activities, music,
travel, secular reading.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Home Address: 1717 Kelton Ave., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

CROWN, John Robert

Concert Pianist, Pedagogue.
Bom: Hove (Sussex, Eng.), Aug. 28, 1912;
s. of Anna Laura (Dachs) and James Lesslle
Crown.

Education: Norlandholme Sch. (Brighton,
Eng. ) ; privately tutored in Germany ; Mus.
Edn., Hoch's Consv. (Frankfurt, Ger.); State
Acad. (Vienna) ; student of Eduard Jung and
Moriz Rosenthal.

Degrees: State Degree for Music Teachers
(Vienna, Austria), 1939.

Married: Sarah, d. of Mary and Thomas
Richards, Santa Monica (Calif.), Aug. 12,
1939.

Prof. Record: Debut in Eng. as Pianist, 1921
appeared as Concert Pianist in Austria, Ger.
Eng., Amer., Australia; since 1933 also en
gaged in teaching in Hollywood (Calif.)
Head of Piano Dept. of So. Calif. Inst, of
Music, San Diego (Calif.)
Awards: Awarded Diploma of Itnernat. Pia-
nists Competition, Vienna, 1933.
Memberships: Musicians Guild of Los Ange-
les; Crescendo Club (L.A.).
Religion : Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Badminton, tennis, swimming,
and chess.

Home Address: 1207 No. La Cienega, Los
Angeles, Calif.

CRUTCHER. Roberta, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.,
M.D.

Asst. Resident in Psychiatry, Payne-Whitney

Clinic, New York.

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), June 19, 1904;

d. of Kate (Page) and Albert Crutcher.

Education: Vassar Coll.

Degrees: A.B., Vassar Coll., 1925; M.A.,

Columbia U., 1927; Ph.D., U. of So. Calif.,

1930; M.D., Yale U. Med. Sch., 1938.



Prof. Record: Asst. In Psychology, U. of
Calif. (Los Angeles), 1927-28; Student in
psychology, London Child Guidance Clinic
(Eng.), 1930-31; Research Asst. to vice-pres.,
U. of So. Calif., 1931-34; Interne, second
medical div., Bellevue Hosp. (N.Y.C.), 1938-
39; Asst. Resident in psychiatry, Payne- Whit-
ney Clinic, New York Hosp. (N.Y.C.),
1939-41.

Publication: Personality and Reason (Favil
Press, London), 1930; "An Experimental
Study of Persistence," Journal of Applied
Psychology, June, 1934.
Religion : Episcopal .

Bus. Address: 525 E. 68th St., New York,
N.Y.

Home Address: 1257 W. Adams St., Los
Angeles, Calif.

CUBBERLEY, Dean Ellwood P(atter-

son). A.B., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D.
Dean Emeritus, School of Education, Stein-
ford University.

Born: Andrews (Ind.), June 6, 1868; s. of
Katherine (Biles) and Edwin Blanchard
Cubberley.

Education: Andrews (Ind.) public schools;
Ind. Univ.; Columbia.

Degrees: A.B., Indiana U., 1891; M.A., 1902,
Ph.D., 1905, Columbia; Butler Silver Medal,
1915, Columbia, and Univ. Medal, 1933;
LL.D., U. of Iowa, 1923, U. of Indiana, 1934.
Married: Helen, d. of Emma and Frank Van
Uxem, Richmond (Ind.), June 15, 1892.
Prof. Record: Prof. Physical Sciences, Vln-
cennes U., 1891-93, Pres., 1893-96; Supt.,
City Schools, San Diego (Calif.), 1896-98;
Ex. Head Edn., Stanford U., 1898-1933;
Dean, Sch. Edn., 1917-33; Visiting Prof. Co-
lumbia, 1907-14-16, 1929-30. Dir., Portland
(Ore.) Sch. Survey, 1913, Salt Lake City.
1915, Oakland Sch. Finance, 1915; Mem.,
Baltimore Sch. Survey Com., 1911, Butte.
1914; Nat. Finance Inquiry Com., 1920-21;
Commonwealth Fund Ednl. Adv. Com.,
1920-25.

Publications: Syllabus of Lectures on the
History of Education, 1902, second ed., 1904;
School Funds and Their Apportionment, 1905;
Certification of Teachers, 1906; Changing
Conceptions of Education, 1909; The Im-
provement of Rural Schools, 1911; Rural Life
and Education, 1914, revised ed., 1922; State
and County Educational Reorganization, 1914;
Portland School Survey, 1915; Public School
Administration, 1915, 22, 29; School Organi-
zation and Administration, 1916; Public Edu-
cation in the United States, 1918, revised ed.,
1934; A History of Education, 1921; Read-
ings in the History of Education, 1921; A
Brief History of Education, 1922; The Prin-
cipal and His School, 1923; An Introduction
to the Study of Education, 1925, second ed.
with W. C. Eells, 1933; State School Adminis-
tration, 1927; State and County School Ad-
ministration, Source Book (with E. C. Elliot),
1915; Cost of Education in the United States
(with J. B. Sears), 1934. Dept. editor,
Monroe's Cyclopedia of Education, 1911-13;
editor Riverside Text Books in Education
series, 1914-41.

Honors: Fellow, Amer. Assn. Adv. of Science;
Nat. Educ. Assn. (Hon. Life Mem.), and
Dept. Supt.; Laureate Chapter, Kappa Delta
Pi.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. and Home Address: 610 Cabrillo Ave.,
Stanford University, Calif.



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CULLEY. John Henry

Writer, former Caltlemun.
Born: Northumberland Co. (Kng.), Miir. 27,
186-1: s. of Harriet (Knlfjht) and Mathew
Tewart Culley.

Education: Educated at home and at Appul-
durcombe Sch., Isle of Wight; Harrow Sch.;
Oxford Univ. (all of Eng.).
Married: Mary Constance, d. of Mary Plnk-
erton and John McKellar, Las Vegas (New
Mex.); ch.: Matthew James, Mary Eliza-
beth Lund, and Margaret.
Prof. Record: Came from England In 1885,
engaged In range cattle and general live-
stock business until the time of World War I;
at that time sold out In order to join up
with the army; nbw retired from business.
He writes regularly for magazines.
Publications: Contributed regularly since .
i.bout 1935 to Westerji Livestock Journal of
Los Angeles; published a volume, Cattle
Horses and Men. in 1940.
Army Record: World War I, served with
Mill. Dept. of Amer. Cross as Field Dir,
with assimilated rank of MaJ., with Nat.
Army at Demlng (N.M.); regular army at
Columbus (N.M.); U.S. Navy at Yerba Buena
Island (Calif.).

Recreations: Art, athletics In general, lit-
erature. Print collecting and lecturing on art.
Bus. and Home Address: 155 So. Plymouth
Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. From 1921 until
1930, resided with his family in Eng., hav-
ing succeeded on the death of his brother,
Monsignor Mathew Culley, to the estate of
Coupland Castle in that country.

CULTER. Mabel Mildred, A.B.

Superintendent and Founder of Westmont
Academy.

Borjt; Wichita (Kan.), Nov. 12, 1887; d. of
Mary Nance (McCrae) and Bradford Mar-
shall Culter.

Education: San Diego State Teachers Coll.;
Occidental Coll.; Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley).
Degrees: A.B., Occidental Coll., 1917.
Prof. Record: Elementary Teaching Creden-
tial, San Diego, 1909; Music Supervisor's
Credential, San Diego, 1911; (Jeneral Sec-
ondary Teaching Credential, U. of Calif.,
1920; elem. sch. teaching, three yrs. (one
yr. as Prin.); high school teaching, 13 yrs.
(eight yrs.- of which as Supt. of both high
sch. and elem. grades) ; Dean of Women of
the Los Angeles Bible Inst., six yrs.; Trav-
eling Field Secty. for the Calif. Christian
Endeavor Union, three yrs.; Missionary in
China, four and one-half yrs.; Radio Bible
Teacher, three yrs.

Directorships: Mem., Board of Trustees of
Westmont Coll.; Supt. of Westmont Acad.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. and Home Address: 231 So. Westmore-
land Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.

CULVER, Harry H., LL.D.
Banker, Realtor.

Born: Milford (Neb.), Jan. 22, 1880; s. of
Ada I. (Davidson) and Jacob H. Culver.
Education: Doane Coll. (Crete, Neb.); Univ.
of Neb.; Loyola Univ. (Los Angeles, Calif.).
Degrees: LL.D., Loyola U., 1930.
Married: Lillian Roberts, Jime 11, 1916;
ch.: Patricia.



Una. Record; Pres., Harry H. Culver & Cn.,
Culver City Co., Pacific Mil. Acad.; formerly
DIr., .Soourlty-Flrst National Bank of I>os
Angeles; Ex-Prcs. of Nat. AHsn., Jteal Estate
Mils.; Ex-Pres., Calif. Heal Estate Assn.;
Ex-Prcs., Los Angeles Real Estate Bd.; for-
mer Chmn., Finance Com. of Los Angeles
Chamber of Commerce; Founder and Builder
of Culver City (Calif.), 1914, University City
(Calif.), 1927. Mem., Bd. of Regents, Loyola
U. (Los Angeles).

Ar7n}/ Service: Served as Sergt. MaJ., Third
U.S. Vol. Cav., Span. -Amer. War; now Lieut.
Col., U.S. Army Specialists Reserve.
Memberships: California, California Country,
Los Angeles Country, and Westport Beach
clubs.

Home Address: 1441 No. Hayworth Ave.,
Hollywood, Calif., and Arizona Club, Phoe-
nix, Ariz.

CUMMINS. William Taylor. M.D.

Director of Laboratories, Southern Pacific
(General Hospital, San Francisco, Calif.
Born: Media (Pa.), May 17, 1879; s. of Sara
Jane (Otley) and Joseph Grubb Cummins.
Education: Media High Sch.; Biological Dept.
and Med. Dept. of Univ. of Pa.
Degrees: M.D., U. of Pa., 1902.
Married: Laura Evelyn Anderson, Reno
(Nev.), Sept. 28, 1938.

Prof. Record: Asst. Demonstrator of Path-
ology, U. of Pa., 1903-11; Demonstrator of
Pathology, Women's Med. Sch., 1907-10;
Phys., Henry Phipps Inst., Philadelphia,
1907-10; Bacteriologist, Dept. of Health
(N.y.C), 1911; Dir. of Laboratories, (Jen.
Hosp. (S.F.), since 1911.

Publications: Syllabus of General Pathology,
1908; Syllabus of Special Pathology, 1909
(both, Edward P. Dolbey & Co., Phila.).
Army Record: Vol. Med. Serv. Corps, World
War I.

Memberships: Commonwealth and Olympic
clubs; Alpha Kappa Kappa Frat.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics : Republican :

Bus. Address: Southern Pacific; CJeneral Hos-
pital, San Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 886 - 26th Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

CUNHA, Felix, M.D., F.A.M.A., F.I.C.S.

Gastro-Enterologist.

Born: Somerville (Mass.), IVIar. 10, 1896;
s. of Florence (King) and John FelLx Cunha.
Education: Tuft's Coll., Boston (Mass.);
Tuft's Coll. Med. Sch.; Univ. of Vienna
(Austria).

Degrees: M.D., Tuft's Coll. Med. Sch., 1917.
Married: Cornelia Tar le ton, d. of Harriett L.
and Anderson Skinner, (Thillicothe (Ohio),
Dec. 31, 1922.

Prof. Record: Visiting staff, St. John's Hosp.,
Lowell CJen. Hosp., Cheney-Allard Hosp., all
of Lowell (Mass.), 1920-28. Lexer Clinic (Mu-
nich) ; Hartman Clinic (Paris) ; Von Haberer
Clinic (Dusseldorf ) ; Polya Clinic (Budapest) ;
Koch Clinic, Prague (Czechslovakia) ; First
Asst. to Prof. Weibel (Prague), 1928 (June
to Sept.) ; First Asst. with Prof. Hans Fin-
sterer, Finsterer Clinic (Vienna), 1929-30;
Asst. to Prof. Denk, U. of Graz Styria
(Austria). Consultant in Gastro-Enterology,
U. of Calif. Hosp.; Instr. in Med., U. of
Calif. Med. Sch.; Lecturer in Med. Biblio-



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graphy and History, U. of Calif. Med. Sch.
Directorships: Vice-PreSj of the Nat. Gastro-
Enterological Assn.; Pres., San Francisco
Chapter of the Nat. Gastro-Enterological
Assn.; Editorial Bd. Of the Journal of In-
ternational Abstracts of Surgery.
Publications: Many tech. papers since 1931,
pub. in various med. mags, in U.S. and
Centr. Amer. Book, After Hours (Black Cat
Press), 1939.

Army Record: First Lt. in Med. Corps, U.S.
Armv, Oct., 1917, to Aug., 1919; Capt. of
U.S. Army Med. Corps, Oct., 1919-23.
Memberships: San Francisco Co. Med. Soc,
Calif. State Med. Soc; Asso. American Gas-
tro-Enterological Assn. ; Assn. for Study of
Internal Secretions; Assn. for Study of His-
tory of Med. Fellow of: American Med.
Assn.; Internat. Coll. of Surgeons; Nat.
Gastro-Enterological Assn.
Politics: Republican.

Bits. Address: 450 Sutter St., San Francisco,
Calif.

Home Address: 1150 Union St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

CUNNANE. Philip J., M.D., F.A.C.S.
Surgeon.

Born: Santa Ynez (Calif.), Sept. 12, 1892;
s. of Alice N. (Torrence) and John B.
Cunnane.

Education: Public schools in Santa Barbara;
graduated from Univ. of So. Calif. ; Fellow,
American College of Surgeons.
Degrees: M.D., U. of So. Calif., 1914;
F.A.C.S., Fellow, American College of Sur-
geons, 1928.

Married: Joy, d. of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Lee Lewis, in Ale.xandria (La.), 1918; ch.:
Phyllis Joy.

Prof. Record: Surgeon at Hospital of the
Good Samaritan, Los Angeles Co. Genl.
Hosp., Hollywood Presbyterian Hosp., Meth-
odist Hosp., Queen of Angels Hosp. ; Asso.
Dir., Las Campanas Hosp. and Compton
Sanitarium; Asst. Clinical Prof, of Surgery,
U. of Calif.

Directorships: Dir. and Secty.-Treas., C. C.
Manger Co., Inc.

Publications: Numerous publications In sur-



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