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gical literature.

Army Record: First Lieut., Med. Corps, dur-
ing World War I.

Memberships: Los Angeles Country Club,
Univ. Club of Los Angeles; Phi Rho Sigma
(med. frat.).

Recreations: Golf, tennis, horseback riding,
and high Sierra trails.

Bus. Address: 1052 W. Sixth St., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Home jiddress: 2407 No. Catalina, Los An-
geles, Calif.

CUNNINGHAM. Lieut. Eugene, U.S.
Naval Reserve

Writer, Editor.

Born: Helena (Ark.), Nov. 29, 1896; s. of
Istalena Adkins (Sti<adley) and Ira Eugene

Education: Public schools, Dallas and Ft.
Worth, Texas, and by private instruction.
Married: Mary Caroline, d. of Margaret
(Mueller) and Morris Emilstein, San Fran-
cisco (Calif.), Dec. 1, 1921; ch.: Mary Caro-
lyn, Jean and Cleve.

Prof. Record: Contributor to Amer. and En-
glish mags., and newspapers since 1915; total
of more than 5,000,000 publ. words in serial
form; spec, studies filibustering in Latin-
America, southwestern history and biog., fire-
arms navy, criminology; served as Lit. Ed.,
El Paso Times, ten yrs. ; Jr. Partner in adv.
agency for four yrs.; now Lit. Ed. New
Mexico Magazine.

Publications: Regulation Guy (Cornhill),
1922; Gypsying Through Central America
(Unwin-Dutton), 1922; Trail to Apacaz (Un-
win-Dodd, Mead), 1924; Riders of the Night
(Houghton Mifflin), 1932; Buckaroo (H. M.),
1933; Triggernometry (Pioneer Press), 1933;
Diamond River Man (H.M.), 1934; Texas
Sheriff (H. M.), 1934; Trail of the Macaw
(H. M.), 1935; Redshirts of Destiny (Em-
pire), 1935; Quick Triggers, 1935; Pistol Pass-
port, 1936; Whistling Lead, 1936; Ranger
Way, 1937; Texas Triggers, 1937; Trail from
the River, 1938; Red Range, 1939; Spideriveb
Trail, 1940 (all pub. by Houghton Mifflin).
Also, under pseud., Leigh Carder, Outlaw
Justice, Bravo Trail, Border Guns, (Coyici,
Friede) ; under Alan Corby, Deep Soundings.

Navy Record: 1914-19, U.S.N., Mexican cam-
paign and World War I (Atlantic Fleet Con-
voy Escort). U.S.N.R., active dutv, 1920-21.
U.S.N.R., active duty, 1941, 11th Naval Dist.

Awards: Campaign medals.

Religion: Protestant.

Recreations: Sailing, riding, and big game

Bus. and Home Address: 120 Sutro Heights,
San Francisco, Calif.

Other Addresses: c/o Houghton Mifflin Co.,
2 Park St., Boston, Mass;; Post Office Box
568, San Diego, Calif.


Deputy Attorney General, State of California.

Born: Davis (West Virginia), Aug. 9, 1892;
s. of Maud (Auvil) and Ab. Marion Cunning-

Education: Preparatory schools (Va., Ran-
dolph-Macon); Davis-Elkins Coll. (Elkins,
W. Va.); Georgetown Univ.
Degrees: LL.B., Georgetown U., 1915; Com-
mercial Degree, Davis-Elkins Coll.

Married: Constance Banfield, d. of Emma
B. and James E. Ricketts, Claremont
(Calif.), May 2, 1929; ch.: Ann and Kay.

■ Prof. Record: Practising Attorney, Elkins
(W. Va.), 1915-18; Secy, to State Auditor
(W. Va.), 1919; Practising Atty. (Fresno),
1920-28; Deputy Attorney General (State of
Calif.), since 1928 — ; Specialist insurance
law, and taxation insurance companies.

Army Record: Attended Second Officers'
Training Camp, Fort Benjamin Harrison
(Ind.), Aug. to Nov., 1917; Commd. First
Lieut., Inf., U.S.R.; assigned to duty. Camp
Zachary Taylor, Louisville (Ky.), transferred
to Camp Gordon (Georgia), 1918; Commd.
Capt., Inf., USA, Aug., 1918.
Memberships: Honorable Order of the Blue
Goose, International; Am. Legion; American
Bar Assn.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Bowling and golf.
Bus. Address: 600 State Building, San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Ho7ne Address: 325 San Leandro Way, San
Francisco, Calif. '



CUNNINGHAM, Thomas J., A.B., LL.B.

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Sept. 2-1, 1905;
s. of Pearl May (Best) and John Cunning-

Education: Manual Arts HlRh School; Univ.
of Calif., Los Angeles; Univ. of So. Calif.

Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif.. 1928; LL.B., U.
bf So. Calif., 1931.

Married: Uulh Overton, d. of Dr., H. L. Tay-
lor In Las Vegas (Nev.), May 7, 1932; ch.:
Ruth E. (b. Dec. 7, 1933), and Thomas J.,
Jr. (b. Nov. 1, 1936).

Prof. Record: Associated in law practice with
Hannn and Morton. Altys., 1930-39; Lecturer
In Education, U.C.L.A., 1931-32; Teacher In
Los Angeles Public Schools System, 1932-35;
Mem. of Calif. State Legislature, two terms.
1935-37; private law practice, general and
t.vil, 1939 — , and State Inheritance Tax Ap-

Army Record: Capt., Infantry Reserve, and
Instr. in Mil. Science and Tacts, U. of
Calif., Los Angeles, 1941-42.
Memberships: Delta Tau Delta, Phi Delta
Phi, Pi Sigma Alpha, Pi Kappa Delta (na-
tional frat.); F.&A.M.; Native Sons of the
Golden West; Lions: Los Angeles and Calif.
State Bar Assns. ; Res. Officers Assn.
Religion: Baptist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing.

Bus. Address: 458 So. Spring St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 3139 Waverly Dr., Los An-
geles, Calif.

CUNNINGHAM. Wallace McCook. A.B.,
M.A.. Ph.D.

Born: Lisbon (Ohio), March 23. 1881; s. of
Binney (McCook Wallace) and Dr. Hamilton
Ferrel Cunningham.

Education: Roanoke Coll.; Princeton Univ.;
Columbia Univ.; Univ. of Pa.

Degrees: A.B., Roanoke Coll., 1902; M.A.,
Princeton U., 1903; Ph.D., Univ. of Pa.,

Prof. Record: Instructor in Finance. U. of
Pa.; Asst. Prof, of Finance in the Wall
Street Div. and in the Graduate School of
Business Administration of N.Y.U.; Prof, of
Finance and Acting Dean. U. of So. Calif. ;
Economist. Babson Statistical Organization,
Wellsley Hills (Mass.).

Publications: The Shakespeare play Prince
of England, transcribed word for word from
the manifest text of the Shakespeare First
Folio (1623), Hamlet, Prince of Denmark;
other Shakespeare original plays are now
being transcribed for publication with the
assistance of leading Calif. Shakespearean

Membershiys : Phi Gamma Delta, Beta Gam-
ma Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi. Delta Phi Epsi-
lon. Phi Gamma Delta Club of New York;
Authors Club of Hollyvvood.
Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Democrat. (Jeffersonian not New
Dealer) .

Recreations: Big game hunting.

HoTTie Address: 1250 E. California Ave., Glen-
dale, Calif.

CUPRIEN. Frank William

M.iilne I'.ilntLT.

Horn: Brooklyn, Long Inland (New York),
Aug. 23, 1871; s. of Phlllplne (Millar) and
Charles Cuprlen.

Education: Public schools In Brooklyn;
studied music In New York Con.scrvatory ;
studied voice at Royal Conservatory Leipzig;
studied art at Art League (Now York); Mu-
nich, Dresden, Leipzig, Paris, and Italy.
Prof. Record: .Sang in concert and opera
In Dresden and Leipzig; for over fifty years
has painted in oils (specializing in marines) ;
for twenty-eight years has lived In Laguna
Beach, pamting So. Calif, scenes.

Memberships: Munich Painters; Leipzig Art
Assn.; Dallas A. A.; .So. States Art League;
New Haven Paint and Clay Club; Calif. Art
Club; Painters and Sculptors Club of Los
Angeles; Laguna Beach Art Assn.: Denver
Art Assoc; Amer. Artist Professional
League; Amer. Corner of Laguna Beach.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recrcntions: Improvising at piano.
Bus. and Ho7ne Address: 1619 Coast Blvd.,
So. Laguna Beach, Calif.

CURRIER, Richard Essex, A.B., 1\^.A.

Curriculum Director, Montebello Unified

Born: Colesburg (Pa.), Dec. 28, 1904; s. of
Harriet Prudence (Carpenter) and William
H. Currier.

Education: Antioch; Oberlin; State Univ. of
Iowa; U. of So. Calif.

Degrees: A.B., 1928, M.A., 1929, Oberlin.
Married: Beatrice Hale, d. of Charles S.
Beatty, at Erie (Pa.), June 13, 1930; ch.:
Louanna Prudence.

Prof. Record: Laboratory Asst., Oberlin Coll.,
1928-29: Laura Spelman Rockefeller Fellow,
State U. of Iowa. 1929-30: Research Asst..
U. of So. Calif.. 1930-36; Asst. Prof, of
Edn.. Whittier Coll. (Calif.), 1936-38; Curri-
culum Dir., Montebello (Calif.) Unified Sch.
Dist.. 1938—.

Publications: Misc; educational articles.
Memberships: Psi Chi (honorary psychologic-
al); Pi Epsilon Theta (honorary philosophic-
al); Phi Delta Kappa (honorary educational*.
Religion: Protestant.

Recreations: Bowling, mountain trips, and
amateur movies.

Bus. Address: 1600 Whittier Blvd., Montebel-
lo, Calif.

Hojne Address: 241 No. Park Ave., Monte-
bello. Calif.

CURRY, Evangeline Gingras


Born: Ely (Province of Quebec, Can.), Aug.
1, 1874: d. of Hester Francesca (Brousseau)
and Joseph Gingras.
Education: Avoca (Iowa) High School.
Married: Harry Franklin Curry, Santa Ana
(Calif.), Jan. 22, 1910.

Memberships : Town and (3o\\-n iMem. of the
Bd.»: Canadian Club; Assistance Leasrue; was
a Charter Mem. and (Governor of old River-
side Drive Breakfast Club.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Bridge parties, teas, club enter-

Home Address: 2769 Sam Marino, Los An-
geles, Calif.



CURTIS, Louis Woodson. A.B., Mus.D.
Composer-Conductor, Director of Music, Los
Angeles City Schools.

Born: San Jose (Calif.). Feb. 26, 1885; s. of
Mary V. (Woodson) and Louis Foulk Curtis.
Education: Los Angeles City Schools; Univ.
of Calif., (Berkeley).

Degrees: A.B., 1906, U. of Calif.; Mus.D.,
Occidental Coll., (Hon.) 1940.
Prof. Record: Became Teacher of Classical
Languages and Music in the Los Angeles
City Schools, 1906; has been asso. with
those schs. ever since, as Teacher of Music,
Head of Music Dept., and Vice-Prin., at Lin-
coln High Sch.; since, 1930 has, been Dir. of
Music, for the Los Angeles City Sch. System
as a whole. Concurrently with educational
activities has won recognition as Composer
and Conductor. Pres., Music Educators Na-
tional Conf., 1938-40.

Directorships: Vice-Pres., M.E.N.C, 1940-42;
Mem. of Board of Dir., Southern Calif., Sym-
phony Assn.; Mem., Exec. Com., So. Calif.
Opera Co.; Mem. Advisory Bd., W.P.A. Fed-
eral Music Project.

Publications: Operatic scores published by
Church, Presser, and Summy Co. ; other
compositions published by G. Schirmer Co.,
Schmidt, Hall and McCreary, Silver Burdett.
Memberships: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Del-
ta Kappa, Phi Mu Alpha (Sinfonia) ; Univ.
Club of Los Angeles.
Recreations: Horseback riding, swimming.
Bus. Address: 1205 W. Pico Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 2010 N. Sycamore Ave., Hol-
lywood, Calif.

Other Address: University Club of Los An-
geles, 614 S. Hope St., Los Angeles, Calif.



Born: Port Clinton (Ohio), May 27th; d. of
Mary E. (Harrison) and William H. Snider.
Education: Schools in Toledo (Ohio).
Married: Jesse Willard, s. of John Cushman,
Toledo (Ohio), March 22, 1898.
Prof. Record: Past Pres. of Amer. (3old Star
Mothers of Los Angeles; placed Gold Star
at Unknown Soldiers Tomb, May 30, 1940,
at Arlington Cemetery, Washington (D.C.),
now National Pres. of American Gold Star
Mothers; 3rd Vice-Chmn. of Woman's Pa-
triotic Conf. on Nat. Defense.
Memberships: Eastern Star, (Past Matron
and Present Grand Representative) ; Daugh-
ter of The Nile; No. 1, Board of Dir. of
The Pleiades Club; Los Angeles Republican

Religion : Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Home Address: 843 No. Sierra Bonita Ave.,
Los Angeles, Calif.

CUTLER, Leland Whitman, A.B.
Vice-Pres. and Director of Fidelity and De-
posit Co. of Maryland and Am. Binding
Company of Baltimore.

Bom: Colusa (Calif.), Jan. 14, 1885; s. of
Elda (Durham) and (George Leland Cutler.
Education: Stanford Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1906.
Married: Ethel Jane, d. of Charles S. Pierce,
Fresno (Calif.), Oct. 3, 1916; ch.: Jane Le,
Leland W., Jr., and Mary Ellen.

Bits. Record: President, Board of Trustees,
Leland Stanford Jr. U. (incumbent) ; past
activities: Golden Gate Internat. Expn.
(Pres.); Calif. CX)mmn. to Century of Prog-
ress Expn., Chicago (Chmn.); Financial Ad-
visory Commn. San Francisco-Oakland Bay
Bridge (Mem.); San Francisco Chamber of
Commerce (three terms, Pres.); Campaign
Com. Community Chest (two terms, Chmn.);
San Francisco Park Commn. (for several
years, Mem.)

Directorships: Vice-Pres. and Dir. of Fidelity
and Deposit Co. of Maryland; Vice-Pres. and
Dir. of Amer. Bonding Oi. (Baltimore).
Publications: Once Upon A Time (published
by John Henry Nash, private editor), 1934.
Memberships: Family, Bohemian, Pacific
Union, and Olympic clubs.
Religion: Christian Church.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 405 Montgomery St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 169 - 25th Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Other Addresses: Woodside, Redwood City,

CUTTER. (Mrs.) Belle Forbes

Lyric Sbprano, Teacher of Singing.
Born: Harbor Springs (Mich.); d. of Nora
(Hulbert) and Burt B. Forbes.
Education: Chicago public schools; four
years in Paris and Berlin.
Married: Millard H., s. of Jeannette (Haw-
thorn) and Ger shorn Cutter in New York

Prof. Record: Ten yrs., Musical Dir. with the
Chicago Musical Coll., and for four yrs.
frt)m its inception, Dir. of the Radio Dept.
at Chicago Musical Coll. Thirteen yrs. "on
the air" from leading Metropolitan Broad-
casting Stations, known as "First Lady of
Radio"; sang in concert opera here and in
Europe. Before leaving Chicago, was Mem.
of The Cordon Club, Musicians Club of
Wbmen, Society of Amer. Musicians and
American Pen Women.

Memberships: Friday Morning Club (Los An-

Religion: Christian Science.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: CJolf, fishing, reading.
Bus. and Home Address: 7526 Fountain Ave.,
Hollywood, Calif.

CYKLER, Edmund A.. A.B., Ph.D.

Chairman, Music Dept., Los Angeles City


Born: San Jose (Calif.), Sept. 2, 1903; s. of

Theresa (Pircher) and E. E. Cykler.

Education: Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley) ; Charles

Univ. (Prague, Czechoslovakia) ; private study

with Schoenberg.

Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1926; Ph.D..

Charles U., 1928.

Married: Marian M., d. of B. C. and A. D.

Rhodes, San Jose (Calif.), Aug. 6, 1926;

ch.: Carol A.

Prof. Record: Instructor, Sacramento Jr.

Coll., 1928-29; Summer Session Faculty, U.

of Calif., Berkeley, 1931-32-33-34; Summer

Session Faculty, U. of No. Carolina (Chapel

Hill). 1936-38; C:iimn. of Music Dept., Los

Angeles City Cbll., 1929—.



Membcrshipa: Theta XI (social), and Phi
lieta Kappa (honorary scholastic).
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Animal husbandry and farming.
Bus. Address: 855 No. Vermont Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Homo Address: 13625 Callfa St., Van Nuys,


Other Addresses: Rt. I, Creswell, Oregon

(during summer).


DAGGETT. Professor Stuart. A.B., M.A.


Born: Milwaukee (Wis.), March 2, 1881; s.
of Marion Chapln (Stuart) and George Dag-

Education: Roxbury Latin Sch.; Harvard


Degrees: A.B., 1903, M.A., 1904, Ph.D., 1906,
Harvard U.

Married: Constance Dorothea de Ronden-Pos,
at Berkeley (Calif.), May 19, 1910; ch.:
Carlos, Stuart and Marion.
Prof. Record: Instr., Harvard U., 1906-09;
Asst. Prof., U. of Calif., 1909-14, Asso. Prof.,
1914-17, Prof., 1917—, Dean, Coll. of Com-
merce, 1920-27.

Publications : Railroad Reorganization (Hough-
ton, Mifflin), 1908; Chapters On the History
of the Southern Pacific (Ronald), 1922; Rail-
road Consolidation West of the Mississippi
River (U. of Calif. Press), 1933; Principles
of Inland Transportation (Harpers), 1928,
1934, and 1941; and various articles.
Memberships: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Beta
Gamma Sigma; Pacific Railway Club.
Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Berkeley,

Home Address: 1427 Hawthorne Ter., Berk-
eley, Calif.

DAINGERFIELD. Lawrence Hite, Ph.B.

Senior Meteoruloglst In Charge of Weather

Bureau Office.

Born: Dardenne (St. Charles Co., Mo.), Feb

24, 1873; s. of Lucy Virginia (Hite) and

Lawrence T. B. Daingerfield.

Education: Northwest Mo. Coll. (Albany


Degrees: Ph.B., Northwest Mo. Coll., 1895;
Highest Scholarship, Medal Award, 1895.
Married: Francis May, d. of J. M. McNam-
ara, at North Platte (Neb.), June 19, 1901.
Prof. Record: Entire career professional
since attending college; in U.S. Weather Bur.,
wdth Important assignments as Meteorologist
in charge at Honolulu, Hawaii, five years;
Texas Section, Houston, ten years; Los An-
geles Section, eight yrs.

Publications: Geography of Hawaii; Evolu-
tion of Climate, and many nature and travel

Memberships: Masonic; Sons of Amer. Revo-
lution; L. A. Chamber of Commerce; Amer.
Meteorological Soc, Natl. Geographic Soc.
Recreations: Hiking and photography.

Bus. Address: United States Post Office and
Court House, Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 2701 Wilshire Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

DAINGERFIELD. Mrs. Lawrence H.

Teacher, Cluljwv)man.

Born: Edinburgh (Pa.), Aug. 3, 1878; d. of
Mary (Kellherj and J. M. McNamara.
Education: Lincoln (Neb.)
Awards: Diploma, 1895; Kindergarten Certi-
ficate (Honolulu), 1919.

Married: Lawrence H. (.Senior Meteorologist,
U.S. Weather Bureau), s. of Lawrence T. B.
Daingerfield at North Platte (Neb.), June
19, 1901.

Prof. Record: Teacher, Dlr. of Kindergartens
(Honolulu. T.H., and Houston, Tex.)
Memberships: In Lbs Angeles: Ebell Club;
Town and (3own (.Secy.); Women's Auxiliary
Chamber of Commerce (E.xec. Bd.); Phi Beta
and Kappa Delta (Patroness) ; So. Calif.
Symphony Assn., L. A. Art Assn., and Art
Museum Patrons' Assn.
Religion: Episcopal.

Home Address: 2701 Wilshire Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

DALEY. Edith

City Librarian, San Jose Public Library.
Born: Fostoria (Ohio); d. of Elizabeth
(Moore) and Orlando Horton Luce.
Education: Spirit Lake Public School (Iowa).

Married: Frederic Hammond Daley (dec. June
29, 1938).

Bus. Record: Clerking, spec, feature news-
paper writing, and Librarian.
Publications: The Angel in the Sun and The
Golden Dome (poetry), Silver Twilight
(poetry) 1940.

Memberships: Eastern Star; San Jose Poetry
Club; London Poetry Soc. (Edwin Markham
Chapt.); League of Amer. Penwomen; Calif.
Writers' Club.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Writing poetry and gardening.
Bus. Address: San Jose Public Library,
Market and San Fernando St., San Jose,

Home Address: 830 Bird Ave., San Jose

DAMBACHER. Charles Arthur

County Clerk and Auditor, Tuolumne County.
Born: Sonora (Calif.), Aug. 27, 1895; s. of
Louise R. (Bixel) and Charles Dambacher.
Education: Sonora and San Francisco (Calif.)
Married: Leslie I., d. of Minnie R. and A.
M. Divoll, Oakland (Calif.), Oct. 27, 1920;
ch.: Arthur Dean, Raymon Albert, and Karl

Bus. Record: Panama Pac. Internat. Expn.,
service dept., reclamation dept., 1915-16;
Assoc. Oil Co., Div. Timekeeper, 1917; auto-
mobile bus., 1920; lumber bus., 1921-25- real
estate and insurance, 1926-34; elected County
Clerk and Auditor, 1934.

Directorships: Dir., 29th Agr. Dist. ; Sonora
Youth Center.

Army Record: Sgt., 319th Engineers, 8th
Div. ; served in France one yr.
Memberships: F. & A. M. No. 8 (Tuolumne
Co.); Sonbra Lions Club; Sonora Commer-
cial Club; Amer. Legion; Council Exec. Com-
mitteeman, Boy Scouts of Amer. ; Pres T B
Assn. (Tuolumne) .
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing and hunting.
Bus. and Home Address: Sonora, Calif.



DAMMERS, Commander Charles Mon-
tagu, D.S.O., Royal Navy, F.R.E.S.
Entomologist; Navy Officer (retired).
Born; Briclport (England), May 3, 1878; s.
of Hebe J. (Templar) and A. W. II. Dam-

Etidcation: Sherbourne Coll. and Fosters
Sch. (Eng.)

Married: Ethel, d. of G. E. Abell, J. P., at
Riverside (Calif.), April 4, 1921.
Navjj Record: Served in British Navy, Jan.
1890', to June 1904, and again Oct. 1914 to
Jan., 1920.

Aicards: D.S.O.; Chevalier, Legion d'Hon-
neur (France).

Memberships: Lorquin Entomological Club of
Los Angeles; Fellow of the Rbyal Entomolo-
gical Soc. of England.
Religion: Church of England.
Recreations: Entomology and citrus culture.
Bus. and Home Address: Route 3, Victoria
Ave., Riverside, Calif.

DANE. George Ezra. A.B., LL.B.
Lawyer, with McCutchen, Olney, Mannon &

Born: Pasadena (Calif.), Dec. 21, 1904; s. of
Beatrice (Jodon) and George Bryant Dane.
Education: Pasadena public schs. ; POmona
Coll- Univ. of Geneva (Switzerland); Aca-
demy of Internal. Law (The Hague) ; Har-
vard Law Sch.

Degrees: A.B., Pomona Coll., 1924; Sertifi-
cat du Seminaire, Geneva, 1925; LL.B., Har-
vard, 1928.

Married: Yvonne, d. of Florence (Deming)
and Chas. K. Harley in San Francisco
" (Calif.), March 22, 1934; ch.: Deborah (b.
1936), and Diana (b. 1937).
Prof Record: Asso. Editor, Harvard Law
Revieiv, 1927-28; admitted to bar; engaged
in Admiralty Practice, San Francisco, 1928 — ,
with firm, McCutchen, Olney, Mannon &

Directorships: Dir., E Clampus Vitus.
Publications: Once There Was and Was Not
(Doubledav, Doran), 1931; Penknife Sketches
(ed Grabhorn), 1934; Inside Story of the
Gold Rush, ed., (Cal. Hist. Soc), 1935; Life
of Jas. W. Marshall, ed. (Fields), 1935;
Mark Twain's Letters from the Sandivich
Islands, ed. (Grabhorn, 1927 and Stanford,
1938) • Mark Twain's Travels with Mr.
Brown, ed. (Knopf), 1940; Ghost Toivn
(Knopf), 1941, etc.

Memberships: Calif. Hist. Soc. (former
Dir.); Roxburghe, Comstoclc Club; E Clam-
pus Vitus (past N.G.H.)
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Writing In fields of folklore,
western history, and humor.
Bus. Address: Balfour Bldg., San Francisco,

Home Address: Box 3, Pedro Valley, Calif.
Other Address: 121 Culebra Terr., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

DANENBERG, Emil Charles

Concert Pianist.

Born: Honlcong (China), July 30, 1917; 8.

of Hersilia (Gardner) and Emil F. Danen-


Education: Univ. of Calif., Los Angeles.

Prof Record: Started piano study at the age
of five; at age of six gave first public re-
cital In Ilonkong (China) ; conccrtized through-
out the Orient (China, Japan, Philippines)
until 10 yrs. of age; came to Los Angeles,
and pursued career as Pianist throughout
Calif. Musical Edn. under Abby De Avirett
and Emil F. Danenberg (piano), Alexander
Schrelner (organ), Arnold Schoenberg (theory
and composition).
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Tennis, hiking.
Home Address.- 4245 Monroe St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

DANFORTH. Professor Charles Haskell.

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


Professor of Anatomy and Head, Dept. of

Anatomy, Stanford University.
Born- Oxford (Maine), Nov. 30, 1883; s. of
Mary Files (Haskell) and James Danforth.
Education: Norway (Me.) High Sch.; Tufts
Coll.; Wash. Univ. (St. Louis); Harvard
Medical School.

Degrees: A.B., 1908, M.A., 1910, Tufts Coll.;
Ph.D., 1912, Wash. U.; D.Sc, Tufts Coll.,

Married: Florence Wenonah, d. of Sarah Eli-
zabeth (Arnold) and Bowman Garrison,
Wilkes-Barre (Pa.), June 24, 1914; ch.: Chas.
Garrison, Alan Haskell, and Donald Reed.
Prof. Record: Instr. in Biology, Tufts Coll.,
1910-11; Instr., Asso. and Asso. Prof., Ana-
tomy, Wash. U. Med. Sch., 1908-22; Prof, of
Anatomy. Stanford U. since 1923, Head of
Dept since 1938; In Charge of Anthropome-
try, Camp Dix., 1919; Lecturer in Anatomy,
Harvard Med. Sch., 1929-30; Secy, of Sec-
tion H (Anthropology) Amer. Assn. for Ad-
vancement of Science. 1927-31, Vice-Pres. of
Assn. and Chmn. of the Section, 1932; Exec.
Com., Amer. Assn. of Anatomists. 1927-31,
2nd Vice-Pres., 1936-38; Editorial Bd., Am-
erican Journal of Physical Anthropology
since 1928, Anatomical Record since 1928,
Proceedings of the Society for Experimental
Biology and Medicine since 1936, Growth since
1939 Fellow, Amer. Asso. for Advancement
of Science, and of Calif. Acad, of Science.
Publications: Hair (Amer. Med. Assn. Press,
Chicago), 1925; Sex and Internal Secretion,
2nd Ed. (Asso. Ed.), (Williams and Wilkins,
Baltimore), 1939; and numerous papers In
the fields of anthropology, anatomy, heredity
and morphology.

Memberships: Delta Upsilon, Phi Beta Pi, Phi
Beta Kappa, Sigma XI, Alpha Omega Alpha;
Calif. Acad, of Medicine, and several nation-
al biological, anatomical, anthrop'ologioal and
genetic societies.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Nature study, field work.
Bus. Address: Dept. of Anatomy, Stanford

Home Address: 607 Cabrlllo Ave., Stanford
University, Calif.

DANIELS, Ernest L.

Corporation Executive.

Born- West Union (Iowa), Oct. 16, 1859; ■.

of Julia Ann (Bishop) and Orange Able


Education: Olathe (Kan.) Grammar School.

Married: (1) Dora, d. of Henry Risling, In

Granite (Colo.), 1885 (dec, 1902); ch.:

Maude D. Maxwell, Minnie D. Hodge, Nina

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