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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-

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, •

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



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

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.


President, Times Printing Company.

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

1876; s. of Emma (Montle) and James


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,


CROTTY, Homer D(aniel). A.B., J.D.,

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

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

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.


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

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

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



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

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-

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-

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,

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;



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

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,

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.,

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.),

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,

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

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.,

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

Politics: Republican.

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



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

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

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.


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

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-



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,

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

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

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

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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