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political leaders; candidate for Congress, 1926,
against Mayor La Guardia of New York.
PubUcati07is : Gems from the Talmud; History
of Medicine in Bible and Talmud; Jews of
Porminence in the United States; Annotated

Bibliographies: Introductions to many vol-
umes; articles in various periodicals.
Religion: Jewish.
Politics: Liberal.
Recreations: Chess, books.

Bus. Address: 2225 W. Washington Blvd.,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 1141 Echo Park Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

DOBSON, Margaret A„ B.P.


Born: Baltimore (Md.), Nov. 9, 1888; d. of
Sara Naomi (Collins) and George Heath Dob-

Education: Western High School (Baltimore);
Maryland Inst.; Pa. Acad, of Fine Arts;
Syracuse Univ.; diploma from Foutainebleau
Beaux Arts.

Degrees: B.P., Syracuse U., 1919.
Prof. Record: Taught for several yrs. at Syr-
acuse U. ; in charge of childrens art work at
School Art League, Syracuse (N.Y.). Went
abroad for graduate study (1926-31), during
which time did numerous fresco decorations
in City of Fountainebleau (France), and also
decorated a girls' school in Paris. Painted
murals in fresco in Santa Barbara, West-
wood, Los Angeles, and Kaufman (Te.xas),
there decorating a post office for the U.S.
Government. Oils and water color studies are
often exhibited and several have been pur-
chased for private collections.
Directorships: Pres., Women Painters of the

Awards: Medal from French Minister of Fine

Memberships: Calif. Art Club; Women Paint-
ers of the West; Los Angeles Art Assn.,
Santa Monica Art Assn., Fountainebleau
Alumni Assn.; Amer. Acad, of Public Affairs.
Religion: Liberal Christian (brought up in
Episcopal Church).
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Languages, swimming.
Bus. Address: California Art Club, 1645 No.
Vermont, Los Angeles, Calif., or 230 Twenty-
first PI., Santa Monica, Calif.

DOCK, Professor George. M.D., M.A.,
Sc.D., LL.D.

Honorary Professor of Medicine, U.S.C.
Born- Hopewell (Pa.), April 1, 1860; s. of
Lavinia Lloyd (Bombaugh) and Gilliard Dock.
Education: Harrisburg Acad. (Pa.); Univ. ot
Pennsylvania (Dept. of Medicine).
Degrees: M.D., 1884, Hon. M.A., 1895, Har-
vard; Sc.D., 1904, U. of Pa.; LL.D., 1936,

Married: (1) Laura, d. of Marcus C. Mc-
Lemore, Galveston (Tex.), July 5, 1892. (2)
Mariam d. of George M. Gould, New York,
Oct. 7, 1925; ch. : George, Jr., and William,

Prof Record: Interne, St. Mary's Hosp.,
Philadelphia, 1884-85; Asst. Clinic Path., U.
of Pa., 1887-88; Prof., Pathology, Texas
Med. Coll., and Hosp., 1888-91; Prof., Theory
and Practice of Med., U. of Mich., 1891-
1908; Prof., Theory and Practice Med., Tu-
lane'u., 1908-10; Prof. Medicine, Wash. U.
Med Sch., 1910-22; Hon. Prof, of Medicine,
U. of So. Calif., 1932—.



Pubtic(itinnn: Many nrtldos In mcUlcul period-
icals and Icxl books.

Army Service: A. A. Surgeon, Spanish-Ameri-
can War. Vol. Mod. Serv. Corps, World Wur
I; E.xamlner for Air Service Med.
Mcmbcr.ihip.i: University Club (Pnsndena),
and Athletic (Los Anpeles) ; Nu Sluma Nu,
Chi Phi.

Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Gardening, photography.
Bvs. Addresx: 94 No. Madison Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

Home Adilrrs.i: 335 Calaveras St., Altadena,

DOCKWEILER. Henry I.. A.B., M.A.

Firm of Dockweiler and Dockweiler, Los

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), May 9, 1893; s.
of Gertrude (Reeve) and Isidore B. Dock-

Education: Parochial schools (Los Angeles);
St. Vincent's College (now Loyola Univ.,
L.A.); Notre Dame Univ.; Catholic Univ. of
Amer.; Univ. of Calif, and Univ. of So.
Calif. Law Schools, 1914-17; study of lan-
guages under tutors.

Degrees: A.B., Notre Dame U., 1912; M.A.,
Catholic U. of Amer., 1913.
Prof. Record: Admitted to practice of law,
Dec. 20, 1927, Mem., firm of Dockweiler &
Dockweiler. Appointed to Amer. Diplomatic
Service by President Wilson in July, 1918;
Third, later Second, Secy., Amer. Embassy
to Japan, 1918-20; Second Secy., Amer.
Legation to China, 1920-22; Secy., Amer.
Legation to Dominican Republic, 1922-24;
Amer. Charge d'Affaires, ad interim, Re-
public of Haiti, 1923; Secy., Amer. Em-
bassy to Spain, 1924-26. Since 1926 active as
Mem. of Dockweiler & Dockweiler (law firm),
Los Angeles.

Dierctorships: Pan Pacific Oil Co.
Memherships : Calif. Club, Knights of Colum-
bus, Native Sons of Golden West, Amer. Soc.
of International Law. State Bar of Calif.,
Los Angeles Bar Assn. and Amer. Bar Assn.
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Adderss: I. N. Van Nuys Bldg., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 2321 So. Figueroa St., Los
Angeles, Calif.

DOCKWEILER. John Francis. A.B., J.D.

District Attorney, Los Angeles County.
Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Sept. 19, 1895;
s. of Gertrude (Reeve) and Isidore B. Dock-

Education: Loyola Univ. (Los Angeles); Univ.
of So. Calif. Law School ; Harvard Law
School (post grad. work, 1921-22).

Degrees: A.B., Loyola U., 1918; J.D., U. of
So. Calif. Law School, 1921.

Married: Angela Irene, d. of Thomas McMan-
us, at Los Angeles (Calif.), April 13, 1925.
Prof. Record: Admitted to practice of law in
1922; elected to Congress in 16th District in
1932; re-elected in 1934 and 1936; Mem.,
Appropriations Com. during 74th and 75th
Congress, 1934-38; elected District Attorney
of Los Angeles County in 1940.
Memberships: American, Calif. State and Los
Angeles Co. Bar Associations; Delta Chi;

Los Angeles Athletic and Jonathan Clubs.
Riliginn: Catholic.
I'dliticH: Democrat.

Bus. Address: 600 Hall of Justice, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 935 So. Dunsmuir Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

DODD, Professor Laurence Ellsworth,

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

Associate Professor of Physics, University of

Born: Cascade (Dubuque Co., Iowa), July
16, 1886; s. of Hattle ((Goodyear) and Wlllard
Howard Dodd.

Education: Cornell College; State Univ. of

Degrees: B.S., 1910, Cornell Coll.; M.S., 1914,
Ph.D., 1918, State U. of Iowa.
Married: Margurite, d. of Hettie L. and Dr.
Charles R. Templeton of Portland (Ore.), In
Los Angeles (Calif.), July 3, 1929.
Prof. Record: Teaching Asst., State U. of
Iowa, 1914-18; Asst. Physicist, later Asso.
Physicist. Nat. Bur. of Standards (Wash.,
D.C., 1918-21; Lecturer in Physics, State U.
of Iowa, 1921; Asst. Prof., U. of Calif., Los
Angeles, 1921-25; Asso. Prof., 1925—.
Publications: Properties of Matter and Heat
(Edwards Brothers, Ann Arbor), 1934; Mem.
Editorial Bd., Demoyistration Experitnents in
Physics (prepared under auspices of Amer.
Assn. of Physics Teachers and published by
McGraw, Hill), 1938; numerous articles,
mostly of research character, in technical
journals of scientific societies.
Memberships: Optical Society of Amer.,
Amer. Physical Society; Amor. Assn. for
Advancement of Science. Amer. Assn. of
Physics Teachers, Amer. Assn. of Univ. Pro-
fessors; Iowa Acad, of Science. Scholarship
fraternities: Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Gam-
ma Alpha.
Religion : Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Address: 405 Hilgard Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 1263 Woodruff Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

DODD. Professor Paul Albert, A.B.,

Associate Professor of Economics, U. of
Calif., Los Angeles.

Born: Greenwood (Mo.), July 26, 1902; s. of
Eva (Powless) and Rev. William R. Dodd.
Education: Park College; Claremont Colleges;
Univ. of Pennsylvania.

Degrees: A.B., Park Coll., 1924; Ph.D., U.
of Pa., 1932.

Married: Bonnie, d. of William Thomas Jen-
nings, Tamaqua (Pa.), June 18, 1928; ch.:
Paul David.

Prof. Record: Instr. in Physics and Math..
Waterman High School (III.). 1925-27; Instr.
in Finance, U. of Pa., 1927-28; Asso. in
Econ., U. of Calif. (L.A.), 1928-30; Lectur-
er in Econ., U. of Calif., 1932-33; Asst. Prof,
of Econ., U.C.L.A., 1933-39; Federal Arbi-
trator for Port of Los Angeles, 1935-38;
Dir., Calif. Med. Economic Survey, 1934-39;
Dir., Study of Problem of the Extra Player,
1939-40; Impartial Arbitrator of Industrial
Disputes, Los Angeles region, 1935 — . Asso.
Prof, of Econ., U. of Calif. (L.A.), 1939—.



Publicatioyxs: Financial Policies of the Avia-
tion Industry, Philadelphia (pp. 224), 1933;
The Managctnent of Labor Relations, New
York (pp. 7S0), 1938 (co-author with Gordon
S Walkins); Economic Aspects of Medical
Services, Washington, D.C. (pp. 499), 1939,
(co-author with E. F. Penrose) ; Labor Pro-
blems, New York (pp. 1128), 1940 (co-author
Gordon S. Watkins) : numerous periodical

memberships: Amor. Econ. Assn., Amer. Sta-
tistical Assn., Amer. Academy of Political
and Soc. Sci., Pacific Southwest Acad.;
Pacific Coast Economic Assn.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Democrat (last election).
Recreations: Travel, fishing, tennis, golf, and

Bus. Address: Univ. of Calif., 405 Hilgard
Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 10610 Wellworth Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

DODDS, Professor John Wendell, A.B.,
M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of English, Stanford Univ.
Born: Grove City fPa.), July 20, 1902; s. of
Alice (Dunn) and Samuel Dodds.
Education: College of Wooster; Yale Univ.
Degrees: A.B.. Coll. of Wooster, 1924; M.A.,
1927, Ph.D., 1932, Yale U.
Married: Marjorie Jane, d. of Adelaide (Deis)
and Arthur J. Krantz, Dover (Ohio), Aug.
15, 1903; ch.: John, age 10; Christopher,
age 5.

Prof. Record: Began teaching at U. of Pitts-
burgh, 1927; Instr., 1927-30, Asst. Prof.,
1930-34, Asso. Prof., 1934-37, U. of Pitts-
burgh. Came to Stanford U. as Asso. Prof.,
1937; made Prof, of English 1939—.
Publications: Books: Thomas Southerne, Dra-
rtatist (Yale U. Press), 1933: An Oxford An-
t'rology of English Prose (with Arnold Whit-
ridge\ 1935; Types of English Fiction (with
Hardin Craig, The Macmillan Co.), 1940.
Memberships: Modern Lang. Assn.; Rox-
burghe Club; Delta Sigma Rho, Phi Beta

Religion: Presbyterian.
Recreations: Golf and photography.
Bus. Address: Stanford University, Calif.
Home Address: 450 El Escarpado, Stanford
University, Calif.

DODGE, Louis


Born: Burlington (Iowa), Sept. 27, 1870: s.
of Lila (Haskell) and Henry Lewis Dodge.
Education: Public schools (Iowa and Ark.);
Quitman College (Ark.); study with private

Prof. Record: From early boyhood has writ-
ten verses and stories; at age of 24 became
Editor of small weekly newspaper in Ark. ;
in 1896 became Editor of weekly newspaper
at Eagle Pass (Te.xas), a railway center on
the Rio Grande. Joined the U.S. Regular
Army in 1898, and during period of mil. serv.
wrote descriptive articles for Amer. news-
papers, namely St. Louis Globe- Democrat.
At end of army service, worked for the
Globe- Democrat as Reporter, Literary Editor
and Dramatic Editor until publication of his
first volume of fiction in 1916. Published 12
volumes through Charles Scribner's Sons

^New York), and one in London (Hutchin-
son & Co. I ; during this period published
many serials, short stories and verses in
periodicals, namely; Scribner's Magazine;
Harper's; Youth's Companion; Lippincott's;
Smart Set; Reedy's Mirror; Ladies' Home
Journal; Holland's.

Army Service: Embarked at San Francisco
as a private soldier in the U.S. Regular
Army, 1898, campaigned against Tagalogs
and Mohammedans on the islands of Luzon,
Iloilo, Siassi, Jolo, and Bongao.
Politics: Democrat.

Home Address: 605 Garnet St., Redondo
Beach, Calif.

DODSON, Leigh Marian, A.B., M.A.

Instructor, Los Angeles City College.

Born: Chicago (111.), March 16, 1907; d. of

Jenny Brodine.

Education: Univ. of Calif., Los Angeles.

Degrees: A.B., 1928, M.A., 1929, U.C.L.A.

Married: Harry C. Dodson. s. of John C.

Dod.son, Dallas (Texas), Aug., 1930; ch.:

Marian Leigh and Harry C, Jr.

Prof. Record: Asso. in Biology, U. of Calif.

(Los Angeles), 1929-36; with LA.

School Dist. and Instr. at Los Angeles City

College, 1938—.

Publications: Osteology of the Rood-Runner,

Recent and Pleistocene (U. of Calif. Press),


Memberships: Omicron Chapter of Theta Up-

silon, Sigma Xi.

Religion: Lutheran.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 855 No. Vermont Ave., Los

Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 1046 Holt Ave., Los Angeles,



Manager. Security First National Bank of
Los Angeles, Altadena.

Born: Braddock (N. D.). Sept. 8, 1901; s. of
Lillian P. (Robinson) and Lewis M. Doer-

Education: Grammar school, Braddock (N.D.) ;
graduate and post-graduate, Pasadena High

Degrees: Amer. Inst, of Banking.
Married: Faith Nutter, d. of Mrs. Bernice
Ramsav, Pasadena (Calif.), Aug. 27, 1931;
ch.: Gregory Ray (7 yrs.), and Deborah
(4% yrs.).

Bus. Record: Employed in various clerical
positions by Union National Bank of Pasa-
dena, July, 1919- June, 1928 (this bank merg-
ed with a Los Angeles inst. and later con-
solidated with another bank forming the
present inst. — Security First Nat. Bank of
Los Angeles). Transferred to Altadena as
Asst. Mgr., June, 1928; after two yrs., trans-
ferred back to Pasadena branch for a short
while and then returned to Altadena branch
as Mgr. ; has served in that capacity for past
ten yrs.

Directorships: Vice-Pres., Pasadena Tennis
Club, Inc.; Altadena Chamber of Commerce;
Altadena Kiwanis Club.

Memberships: Altadena Masonic Lodge No.
678; Altadena Kiwanis: Amer. Inst, of Bank-
ing; Peter Pan Woodland, Altadena Tennis



and Badmlnlon, nnd Pasadena Tennis clubs;
various civic opRnnlzallons.
Religion; Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Rccreatioun: IIunlinK, fl.shlnR, tennis, base-
ball, and bowllnR.

Bus. Address: 27.'3S No. Lake Ave., Altadcna,


name Address: 156.5 No. Roo.scvelt Ave., Al-

ladena, Calif.

DOLAN, Jr., Arthur Joseph

stock Broker.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), April 28, 1908;
d. of Anne (Regan) and Arthur Joseph

Education: Public schools, San Francisco and
Columbia Univ. Business School.
Married: Pauline, d. of Theodore Newland
(Ripsom) in Hempstead, Long Island (N.Y.),
Oct. 15, 1909; ch.: Mary Catharine.
Prof. Record: Partner in F. M. Brown Co.,
San Francisco, since 1926. Pros, of San Fran-
cisco Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1939;
Mem. Board of Dir., San Francisco Chamber
of Commerce, 1910; Pres., San Francisco
Stock and Bond Traders Assn., 1939.
Directorships: Advisory Ed. Agricultural Dist.
I A, 1941, and Public Relations Com., Sec-
urity Dealers of Calif., 1940-41.
Amry Record: Second Lt. Q.I\LC.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf, swimming, and tennis.
Bus. Address: Russ B!dg., San Francisco,

Home Address: 15 Santa Paula, San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

DOLE, James Drummond, A.B.

Chairman, Hawaiian Pineapple Co., Ltd.;

Partner, James D. Dole & Asso.

Born: Jamaica Plain, Boston (Mass.), Sept.

27, 1S77; s. of Frances (Drummond) and

Charles Fletcher Dole.

Education: Agassiz Grammar School, Boston

(Mass.); Roxbury Latin School; Harvard


Degrees: A.B., Harvard U., 1S99.
Married: Belle Dickey, Boston (Mass.), Nov.
22. 1906; ch. : Richard A., James D., Jr.,
Elizabeth (Mrs. D. Hebden Porteus); Charles
H., and Barbara (Mrs. Johannes Larsen).
Bus. Record: Pres. and Gen. Mgr., Hawaiian
Pineapple, Co., Ltd., 1901-32; Chmn. of Bd.,
Hawaiian Pineapple Co., Ltd., 1932 — . Pres.,
Hawaii Bureau of Governmental Research,
1925-32; Trustee. Oahu Coll., 1925-32; Trus-
tee, United Welfare, Honolulu, 1930-32;
Mem., Bd. of Agriculture of Hawaii, 1902-
04; Chmn., Territorial Food Commn., 1917-
18; with AAA for five months on Food Codes,
1933-34; Former Dir., Nat. Canners' Assn.;
Former Mem., Territorial Tax Commn. Part-
ner, James D. Dole & Associates.
Directorships: Chmn., Selected Dredging In-
vestments, Ltd.; Pres., Hawaiian Arner. Ex-
ploration Co., Inc.; Pres., Schwarz Engr.
Co., Inc., Chemical Process Co.; Vice-
Pres., Arroyo Seco Gold Dredging Co. ;
Yreka Gold Dredging Co.; Manhattan Gold
Dredging Co., Ltd.; French Gulch Dredging

Memberships: Pacific-Union Club (San Fran-

cl.sco). Commonwealth (.San Franrl.scoi, Paci-
fic Club (Honolulu), Union Club r Victoria,
B.C.), Snn Francisco C.oit Club, Harvard
Club (San Francl.'«-o, Honolulu, and New
Rrcrvations: Fishing.

Bus. Address: 58 Sutter St., San Francisco,

Home Address: 1100 Union St., Snn Francis-
co. Calif.

DOLE, Kenneth Llewellyn. A.B., M.D.


Chief of Orthopedic Service, San Bernardino
County Charity Hospital.

Born: Kapaa, Kauai (H.L), June 14, 1888;
s. of Clara Maria (Rowell) and George Hath-
away Dole.

Education: Stanford Univ.; Harvard Medical

Degrees: A.B., Stanford, 1912; M.D., Har-
vard, 1915.

Married: Anne, d. of Henry Livingston Van
Winkle. San Francisco, Aug. 20, 1921; ch.:
Margaret, Nancy, Rachel and Kenneth Van

Prof. Record: Private practice in Redlands
since 1920: Chief of Orthonedic Service at
San Bernardino Co. Charity Hosp.
Army Record: Capt. M.C. with A.E.F., 1918.
Membrrships: Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Theta
Pi; Rotary Club.

Religion: Congregational.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Volleyball, golf, bowling and

sailing (small boat).

Bus. Address: 47 E. Vine St., Redlands,

Home Address: 351 Cajon St., Redlands,


Career Consul, Republic of El Salvador.
Born: San Salvador, El Salvador (Central
America). Aug. 16, 1909; s. of Concha (Arau-
jo) and Emilio L. Dominguez.
Education: San Salvador and U.S. of N.A.
Married: Esperanza Martinez, d. of General
Maximiliano Hernandez Martinez (present
President of El Salvador), San Salvador (El
Salvador, C.A.), Dec. 24, 1937; ch.: Maxito
Dominguez-Martinez, and Arturo Dominguez-

Prof. Record: Mgr. of Foreign Exchange
Dept. of the Banco Hipotecario of El Salva-
dor; Honorary Consul; and at the present
time Career Consul.
Religion : Catholic.

Home Address: 511 Cahuenga Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

DOMONOSKE, Lieut. Colonel Arthur
Bfoquer), U.S.Army, Ord. Res., B.S.,

Executive Head of Mech. Engrg. Dept., Stan-
ford Univ. (on leave), on duty with Army.
So^: Near Germantovm, now Artois (Calif.).
Jan. 1, 1884: s. of Clara Jane (Price) and
Henry Domonoske.

Education: Grammar schs., Oakland and
Glenn County (Calif.); Lowell High Sch.
(San Francisco) ; Univ. of Calif.



Degrees: B.S., 1907, M.S., 1908, Univ. of

Married.- Gladys Eloise, d. of Sarah Elswiclt
(Thompson) and James Knox Poll< Boydslun,
in IJerl^elev (Calif.), June 5, 1912; ch.:
Henry Artliur, Merlon Elsvvick.
Prof Record: Instructor, Mech. Engrg., Univ.
of Calif., 1907-10, 1911-13, Pac. Tel. and
Tel Co. 1910: Instr., Machine Design, U.
of 111., 1913-15; Engrg. Draftsman, Holt
Mfg. Co., Stockton (Calif.), 1915-16; with
U.S. Shipping Bd. and U. of Calif., 1918-21;
Asst. Prof., Mech., U. of Calif., 1919-22;
Chief Engr., Doble Steam Motors (San Fran-
cisco), 1922-23; Asso. Prof., Experimental
Engrg. and Dir. of Shops, U. of Calif., 1923-
26; Prof. Mech. Engrg. and Executive Head,
Stanford U., 1926; now on leave and serving
in Ordnance Dept. Summers with Westing-
house Electric and Mfg. Co., John Deere and
Co., and others.

Publications: Aircraft Engines (with V. C.
Finch), 1936.

Army Record: Lt. Col., Ord. Res., on active
duty, Ordinance Dept., Office, Chief of Ord-
nance, Washington, D.C., since Aug., 1940.
Metnberships: Amer. Soc. Mech. Engrs.;
Soc. Automotive Engrs.; Amer. Soc. for Met-
als; Soc. for Promotion Engrg. Education;
A.A.A.S.; Army Ordnance Assn.; Scabbard
and Blade; Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Box 2696, Stanford University,
Calif., and 1350 Social Securities Bldg.,
Washington, D.C.

Ho7ne Adderss: 676 May field Ave., Stanford
University, Calif., and 1200 - 16th St., NW.,
Washington, D.C.

DONALDSON, Joseph Everett. A.B.
Travel Lecturer.

Born- Davis County (Mo.), Jan. 5, 1878; s.
of Charity E. (McGarvin) and E.S.M. Don-

Education: Kidder Inst. (Kidder, Mo.); Stan-
ford Univ. (Calif.)
Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1906.
Married: Amanda Andrews, d. of Prof. Mar-
tin R. Andrews, at Kobe (Japan), July 19,

Prof Record: Teacher: Kidder Inst., Kidder
(Mo ), 1906-07, Pomona Coll. Prep. Dept.
(Calif.), 1908-09; Nagaoka, Kagoshima and
Miyazaki (Japan), 1909-12, Chino High
School, Chino (Calif.), 1912-13, Fullerton
High School and Junior College (Calif.),
1913-20. During 1920-22 conducted his first
round-the-world tourist parties for American
Express Co.; 1923-26 made four trips around
th" world as travel lecturer on world cruises.
Between 1926 and 1934 was Founder-Pres.
of Pathfinder Tours, making an annual trip
around the world; since 1934 has confined
himself exclusively to these tours; four of
the trips included three weeks auto tour in
Kenya, Uganda, the Belgian Congo, and down
the Nile to Cairo, also the complete over-
land journey between Capetown and Cairo
(including thousands of miles of almost un-
known tourist routes of travel). At present
satisfies the urge for travel (since start of
World War ID by taking small parties over-
land to Mexico and Guatemala; spends con-
sidearble time in travel lecture work and
writing a book under general title of Voices
from Many Lands.
Army Service: With American Red Cross in

France, May to Nov., 1918; in Aegean Islands

and Macedonia, Nov. 1918-May 1919.

Awards: Order of the Redeemer and Military

Medal from Greece for Red Cross Service

in that country.

Memberships: Knight Templar Fullerton, No.

55; Shrine (with demit at present).

Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Democrat (never vote straight


Recreations: Interested in archaeology with

special reference to the affinities between

ziggurats in the Babylonian country, Mayan

structures in Yucatan and Guatemala, the

Boro-boedoer in Java, and Angkor group m


Bus. Address: (mail): Box 196, Sunset

Beach, Calif.

Home Address: 9 Park Ave., Sunset Beach,


DONDO, Professor Mathurin, M.A.,
Ph.D., Officier (J'Acad<§mie
Author-Painter, Asso. Professor, University
of California.

Born: Lorient (France), March 8, 1884; s. of
Marie (Le Hegarat) and Yves Dondo.
Education: Coll. de Vannes, 1903; Univ. of
Pa 1906; traveling Fellow, Univs. of Pans,
Rome and Granada, 1906-09, Columbia, 1922.
Degrees: M.A., U. of Pa., 1906; Ph.D., Col-
umbia U., 1922; Officier d'Acadi?mie, 1933.
Married: Anna Mercer of N.Y.C., June 14,

Prof. Record: Teacher of French Lang, and
Lit. at U. of Wis., Columbia and Smith Coll.,
until 1918; Dir., French Instr., Camp Gor-
don (Ga.), 1918-19; Lecturer on French,
Princeton, 1919, Columbia, 1919-22: Asst.
Prof of French, U. of Calif., 1922-28; Asso.
Prof since 1928; Prof, at Pa. State Coll.,
summers 1933-37, 1939. 1940, 1941: visiting
Prof Hunter Coll., 1933-34; landscape Pain-
ter, exhibited in N.Y., S.F., and Berkeley.
Publications: Vers Libre, 1922; Pathelin Et
Autres Pieces, 1923; French Fairy Plays
(with M E. Perlev), 1923: Two Blind Men
and a Donkey, 1925; The Pie and the Tart,

1925- Contes Dramatiques (with E. C. Hills),

1926- The Miracle of St. Martin, 1928; Mo-
dern French Course, 1929; Every Dog Has
His Day, 1929; Ln France (with E. C. Hills),
1931- Principes De Grammaire Et De Stijle
(with F. Ernst), 1935; French Conversation,

Memberships: Amer. Assn. of Univ. Profs.,
Modern Lang. Asssn. of Amer., Philol. Assn.,
Pac Coast; Calif. Writers' League, P.E.N.
(S F ) • Pi Delta Phi, Pi Mu Iota; Faculty,
English, Art Mask and Dagger clubs.
Home Address: 737 Ocean Ave., Richmond,

DONNAN, The Reverend David John,
A.B., B.D., D.D.
Minister, First Presbyterian Church.
Born- Detroit (Mich.), May 9, 1890; s. of
Annie (Barker) and David Reed Donnan.
Education: Pomona High School; Occidental
Coll., 1920; San Francisco Theological Semin-
ary, 1923.

Degrees: A.B., 1920, D.D., 1936, Occidental
Coll.; B.D., San Francisco Theol. Sem., 1923.
Married: Elizabeth A., d. of John Ross, San
Anselmo (Calif.), June 10, 1921.



Pro!. RiTonl: Minister: First Presbyterian
Church, IIoHldshurR (Calif.), (lf)2;}-25), Hel-
ena (MonM, (li)l,>ri-:n), Santa Monica (Calif.)
liVil to (late.

Dircrtnrnhips: Santa Monica Chamber Of
Commerce; S.M. Branch Amer. Red;
Church Extension I?(l. of L.A. Presbytery;
Chmn., Com. on Candidates, L.A. Presbytery;
Trustee, S.F. Thool. Som.
Fraternities: Chi Alpha and Tau Kappa Al-

Religion: Presbyterian.

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