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Instr., Asso., Asso. Prof., and Prof, of Psy-
chology. The Johns Hopkins Univ. (Balti-

more), 1906-36; Prof, of Psychol., U. of Cali-
fornia at L.A., 1936—; Chmn. of Dept. of

Publications: Editor, Jou.rnal of Comparative
Psychology; Asso. Editor, Comparative Psy-
chology Monographs; Mental Measurements
Monographs; Journal of General Psychology;
nine books on Psychology and many journal

Army Record: Major, San. Corps, attached to
Air Service, to 1918.

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi,
Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu, Psl
Chi; National Press Club.
Politics: Democrat.

Bms. Address: Univ. of California, W. Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 572 Moreno Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

DUNLAP. Mary Knight, D.V.M.

Agent Cooperative, Brucellosis Research, U.S.
B.A.I., and Research Assistant, Div. of Veter-
inary Science, Univ. of California.
Born: Baltimore (Md.), Oct. 12, 1909; d. of
Mary (Durand) and Knight Dunlap.
Education: Colorado Agr. Coll.; Univ. of
Maryland; Mich. State Coll.
Degrees: D.V.M., Michigan State Coll., 1933.
Married: Donald C. (1929-37), s. of E. V.
McCollum, Alexandria, Va., June 1, 1929;
ch.: Donald Carruth McCollum, Jr.
Prof. Record: Rabbit Inspector, B.A.E., (1933-
34) ; Asso. Editor of The North Ameircan Vet-
erinarian, Junior Veterinarian B.A.I. (1934-
37) ; Agent Cooperative, Bang's Disease, U.S.
B.A.I., 1938 — ; Research Assistant, Univ. of

Memberships: Alpha Psi; Calif. Veterinary
Med. Asso.
Religion: Friend.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Riding and swimming.
Bus. Address: Div. of Veterinary Science,
Univ. of California, Berkeley, Calif.
Home Address: 572 Moreno Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

DUNN. Harry Lippincott, A.B.

Lawyer; Partner, O'Melveny & Myers.
iLducation: Univ. of Calif.; Columbia Law
School; Harvard Law School.
Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1915.
Married: Louise Dodge, d. of Fannie Whitney
and William Reding, Santa Barbara, Feb. 7,
1925; ch.: Peter, Priscilla.
Prof Record: With law firm of Cravath,
Henderson, Letfingwell & de Gersdorff m
NYC, 1921-24; with O'Melveny & Myers
(and predecessor firms), Los Angeles, since
1924, partner in said firm since 1927.
Army Record: First Lieut., 6th Field Artil-
lery A.E.F., World War I.
Decorations: Order of Albert (Belgium);
Croix de Guerre, with Palms, (France).
Memberships: Phi Delta Theta; California,
and Stock E.xchange clubs (Los Angeles);
Midwick Country Club; Flintridge Riding,
and Valley Hunt clubs (Pasadena).
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf and riding.
Bus. Address: 433 So. Spring St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 260 California Terr., Pasa-
dena, Calif.



DUNN, Louis G.. B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
rnslnictor In Acronuutlcul Engineering, Calif, of Tech.

Bom: Ernfielo, Tran.svnnI (.So. Africa), Nov.
4, 1908; s. of Marie (Swart) and James Peter

Education: Ermelo High .Sch., 1921-25; Calif.
Inst, of Tech., 19;?2-'10.

Dcgrres: B.S., \'X\G. M..S., in Mech. Engrg..
19;!7, M.S., in Aeronautical F:ngrK., 1938, and
Ph.D., 1940, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Married: Ruth N., d. of Lilian and Floyd B.
Freeman; ch.: Patricia Ann and Sandra Jane.
Prof. Record: Stress Analyst, Lockheed Air-
craft Corpn.. summer.s of i9;?4 and 19.'i.5, and
from June 19,36 to Sept., 1937; Research
A.S.St., 1937-39, and Instr. in Aeronautical
Engrg., since 1940, Calif. Inst, of Tech.,
Pasadena (Calif.)

PnbUcations: Several articles on phases of
aeronautical engrg. published in scientific
journals; Co-Author of a book on Airplane
Design (published by John Wiley & Sons),
June, 1941.

Meniber.ships: Tech. Mem., Inst, of Aeronau-
tical Sciences; Sigma Xi.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Tennis, trout fishing, hunting,
and camping.

Bus. Address: California Inst, of Technology,
Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 3360 Yorkshire Rd., Pasadena,

DUNN. Professor Max Shaw. A.B., M.S.,

Associate Professor of Chemistry, Univ. of

Born: Milo (Iowa), Aug. 22, 1895; s. of
of Nellie (Shaw) and Lon Dunn.
Education: Simpson Coll. Indianola (Iowa);
Univ. of Illinois, Urbana (111.)
Degrees: A.B., 1916; M.S., 1918; Ph.D., 1921.
Married: Lois Evelvn, d. of Hermann Fox,
Greenville (III.), July 18, 1921; ch.: Max F.
and Deneige.

Prof. Record: Professional work done wholly
at U. of California.

Directorships: H. M. Chemical Co., and D. F.
Chemical Co., Los Angeles.
Publicatio7is : Co-Author, Experiments in Gen-
eral Chemistry (Stone & Dunn) ; about 50
papers on amino acids and proteins mainly
in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.

Army Record: 2nd. Lieut., Sanitary Corps,
U.S.A., 1918.

Memberships: Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi Lambda
Upsilon, Gamma Alpha; Amer. Chem. Soc,
Amer. Soc. of Biological (Chemists, Soc. for
Experimental Biology and Medicine; Sigma

Recreations: Golt.

Bus. Address: Univ. of Californfa, W. Los
Angeles, Cailf.

Home Address: 1352 Woodruff Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

DUNN. Professor Waldo Hilary. B.A.,
M.A., Litt.D.

Professor of English, Scripps College.
Born: Rutland (Ohio), Oct. 4, 1882; s. of
Isabel (Fowler) and Arthur Marion Dunn.
Education: Monroe High School (Ohio); Yale
Univ.; Univ. of Glasgow.

Drgreen: B.A., 1906, M.A., 19fJ9, Yale U.;
LItl.D.. 1916, Glasgow

Married: Fern D.. d. of David Grecnwald,
Wooslcr (Ohio). Juno 11, 1907; ch.: Dorothy,
Lorna, Arthur, and Mary.

Prof. Rrrord: Taught In public .schools of
Ohio, 19(10-02; Prof, of, Davis and
Elklns Coll., l!K)6-07; Asst. Prof, of English,
1907-13, Prof, of Rhetoric and Eng. Composi-
tion, 1913-16, Prof, and Head of the Dept.
of Eng., 1916-19.34. Acting Dean, 1924-25,
Coll. of Wooster; Visiting Prof.. Graduate
Sch., Western Res. U., 19.30-31; Visiting
Prof.. Scripps Coll., 1931 -.32; Prof, of Eng.,
.Scripps Coll. since .Sept., 19.34; Acting Pres.,
Scripps Coll., 1940.

Publications: English Biogrnphv. 1916; Life
of Donald O. Mitchell (Ik Marvel), 1922;
Frnude and Carlyle. 19.30; George Washington
(with Nathaniel Wright Stephenson). 1940;
Editor (with James Holly Hanford). Milton's
De Doctrina Christiana, vols. 14-17, The
Complete V/orks of John Milton (Issued by the
Columbia Univ. Press) ; Editor (with Howard
Foster Lowry and Karl Young), Matthew
Arnold's Notebooks; etc.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Home Address: 825 College Ave., Claremont,

DUNNE. Arthur Bergin, A.B., LL.B.
Lawyer; Sole Member, Dunne & Dunne.
Born: San Francisco (Calif.), April 21, 1899;
s. of Annie C. (Haenlan) and Peter Francis

Education: Univ. of Calif.; Harvard Univ.
Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1920; LL.B.,
Harvard, 1923.

Married: Elizabeth d. of Mary and Robert
MacArthur. Palo Alto (Calif.). Sept. 7, 1922;
ch.: Arthur B., Jr.. Elizabeth A., Peter F.
Ill, and Robert MacA.

Prof. Record: Asso. with Morrison, Dunne
and Brobeck, 1923-24: Asso. with Dunne,
Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison. 1925: Partner,
Dunne. Dunne & Cook. 1926-33; sole Mem-
ber of firm, Dunne & Dunne, 1933 to date.
Publications: Law review articles.
Arviy Record: U.S.N.R.F., active duty, 1918.
Memberships: Commonwealth, Pacific Union;
Kappa Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa.
Religioyi: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 3,33 Montgomery St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 2090 Vallejo St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif. •

DUNNE. Professor Peter Masten. A.B.,
M.A., Ph.D.

Chairman. Department of History, University
of San Francisco.

Born: San Jose (Calif.), April 16, 1889; s.
of Josephine (Masten) and Peter J. Dunne.
Education: Univ. of Santa Clara; (3onzaga
Univ.; Columbia Univ. (N.Y.); Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: A.B., 1913, M.A., 1914, (Jonzaga U.;
Ph.D., 1934, U. of Calif.

Prof. Record: Taught Eng. and History at St.
Ignatius High Sch., 1914-16, U. of Santa
Clara Prep.. 1916-19; did four yrs. of Theol-
og>- in England and traveled extensively
through Europe from 1919-23: Asso. Editor



of America (national Catholic weekly), 1924-
25- taught voung Jesuits at the Novitiate of
Los Gatos (Calif.), 1925-30: Instr. in Philo-
sophy and History, U. of S.F., 1930-34; Prof,
of His. and Chmn. of the Dept., 1934-41;
Asso Editor Pacific Historical Review, 1941-
44; Catholic Priest and Mem. of the Jesuit

PubUcations: Mother Mary of Saint Bernard
(P J Kenedy & Sons. N.Y.), 1929; Pioneer
Black Robes on the West Coast (Umv. of
Calif. Press, Berkeley), 1940.
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Walking and reading.
Bits, and Home Address: Univ. of San Fran-
cisco, San Francisco, Calif.

DUNNE, The Reverend William J..

S.J., A.B., M.A., S.T.D.
President, University of San Francisco.
Born- San Francisco (Calif.), Dec. 9, 1897;
s. of Florence (Martin) and William J. Dunne.
Education: St. Ignatius High School (S.F.>:
Santa Clara Univ.; Gonzaga Univ.; Theo-
logical Seminary of Lyons, France.
Degrees: A.B. 1921, M.A. 1922, Gonzaga
Univ. (Spokane, Wash.); S.T.D. Gregorian
Univ. (Rome), 1931.
Bus. Address: Univ. of San Francisco, Calif.

DUNSCOMB. George Baker

Pres., Berkeley Gazette Pub. Co.
Born: Windsor (111.), Mar. 3, 1899; s. of
Rosa and George E. Dunscomb.
Education: Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley).
Married: Marie, d. of Charlotte Louise and
William Frederick Ennis, in Chicago (111.),
Sept. 26, 1928.

Prof Record: Inherited majority interest In
the Berkeley Gazette Pub. Co. upon the
death of his" aunt (Flora Elizabeth Damron
Dunscomb) ; became Pres. of the Co., Jan.
10, 1941.

Me7nberships: Rotary and Country Club (Ber-
keley) ; Faculty (Univ. of Calif.); Press.
Religion Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Gazette Building, Berkeley,

Home Address: 567 Cragmont Ave., Berkeley,

DURDEN. The Reverend Charles. A.B.,

M.A., D.D. _ ^, o ^

Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church, Pasadena.
Born: Moseley (Eng.), s. of Emily (Oldacre)
and John Durden.

Education: Moseley Schools; British Army
Schools; 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Cert. Woodstock Col.
lege (Canada), 1907; William Jewell College
(Mo.), 1913.

Degrees: A.B., 1913, M.A., 1915, William
Jewell; D.D., Shurtleff Coll., 1921.
Married: Ethel Elizabeth, d. of Henry Wilson,
Victoria, B.C., June 3, 1908; ch.: Dorothy
(Mrs George W. Marshall), J. Kenneth, Tho-
mas E., (Tharles H., and Samuel P.
Prof. Record: Pastor of Baptist churches in
Harbor Beach (Mich.), St. Joseph (Mo.),
Galesburg and Bloomington (111.), Omaha
(Neb.). Now Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church,
Pasadena (Calif.)
Army Service: Served in British Army, R.-

A.O.C., 1900-04; Chaplain and First Lieut.,
U.S.R., 1918-23.

Memberships: Pasadena Kiwanis; Masonic 32°,
Shrine; Angling Club.
Religion Baptist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf and fishing.
Bus. Address: 1555 E. Colorado Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

Home Address: 1420 New York Ave., Alta-
dena Calif.

DURLEY. L. Howard

Sheriff of Ventura County.
Born: Hennepin (111.), March 12, 1891; s. of
Lena May (Patterson) and Lyle H. Durley.
Education: Univ. of Illinois.
Married: Nell Elizabeth, d. of Charles Weit-
fle, Idaho Falls (Ida.), Feb. 2, 1921; ch.:
Victor Howard and Margaret Norine.
Prof. Record: Clerk, Standard Oil Co., 1919-
22- Clerk, General Petroleum Corpn., 1922-
24- Clerk, County Treas's. Office, 1924-26;
Under Sheriff, Ventura Co. (Calif.), 1926-
33; Sheriff, Ventura County, 1933 — .
Army Service: Private to 1st Sgt., Company
L, 364th Infantry, from Sept. 17, 1917 to
April 25, 1919.

Memberships: Elks; Lions; Amer. Legion;
Vet. of Foreign Wars.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Fishing, hunting, and gardening.
Bus. Address: 501 E. Poll St., Ventura, Calif.
Home Address: 1706 San Nicholas St., Ven-
tura, Calif. *


Dir., Alameda County Water Dist.
Born: Centerville (Alameda Co. Calif.), Feb.
7, 1869; s. of Ellen (Foley) and Henry Dus-
ter berry.

Education: Centerville Elementary and High
Sch.; Pac. Bus. Coll., 1886.
Married: Margaret Crothers (Dist. Pres.,
Calif. Fed. of Women's Clubs 1940-41), d.
of Mr and Mrs. James CroLhers, San Jose
(Calif.), Aug. 3, 1915; ch.: Frank T., Jr.
and John Crothers.

Bus. Record: Mem. of the firm, Hawes &
Dusterberrv, 1S90-1915; Postmaster, Center-
ville (Calif.), 1893-98: Sch. Dir. of Center-
ville (Calif.), 1896-1930. In 1905, went into
banking, and was Vice-Pres. of the Bank of
Centerville until 1918, then he became Cashier,
First Nat. Bank of Centerville where he re-
mained until 1920, when he was made Mgr.,
Bank of America N.T.&S.A. (Centerville
Branch) remained until 1938; became Chmn.
of the Advisory Bd. of that Branch 1938;
Vice-Pres., Pacific Rock Co., 1930-35.
Memberships: (Past Pres.) Wash. Parlor,
no 169, N.S.G.W. Knights of Pythias-
Grand Prelate, 1935 — , Grand Vice Chan-
cellor, 1936, Grand Chancellor, 1937, be-
coming Past Grand Chancellor, 1938. Elected
Supreme Representative for term 1940-44.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address Box 475, Centerville, Calif.
Home Address: 324 Central Ave., Centerville,



DUSTERBERRY. Margaret Crothers.


District Pros, of Alamod.-i DIst. of California
Fedoralion of Womon's Clubs.
Born; Moiilroal (Canada), d. of ICmma (Mon-
tle) unci James Cro(lu>i-s.

Education: Oakland High Sch.: Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: B.L., U. of Calif., 1907.
Married: Frank T. Duslorbcrry, .San
(Calif.), Aug. .'i.,; ch.: Frank, Jr.
(grad. of Stanford School of Bus, Admin-
istration, now in banking bus, in San Fran-
cisco) and Jolin (student at Stanford U.)
Prof. Record: Mem. of Calif. Federation of
Women's Clubs. Country Club of Washington
Township, Alameda Co., Alameda District
(Hast Pres.)
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Swimming, tennis.
Bus. and Home Address: Centerville, Calif.

DUTCHER, (Mrs.) Patricia O., A.B.
Head, Fine Arts and Californiana Dept., Pasa-
dena Public Library.

Born: Laramie (Wyo.), July 22, 1896: d. of
Ellen (Baldwin) and Patrick Henry O'Flynn.
Education: St. Patrick's Convent Sch., Butte
(Mont.); Univ. of Mont.; Univ. of Wash.;
Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: A.B., U. of Mont., 1917; Cert, of
Librarianship, U. of Mont., 1917; Teachers
Life Cert., U. of Mont., 1917.
Married: Dr. John Edward MacArthur Dut-
cher.U.S.N., s. of Marv (MacArthur), Seattle
(Wash.), May 20, 1921 (dec. Feb., 1924).
Prof. Record: Asst. Librarian, Butte Public
Library, June 1917-Oct. 1919; Asst. Librar-
ian, Seattle Public Library, Nov. 1919-May
1921; Asst. Librarian, Pasadena Public Li-
brary (Calif.), June 1924-Feb. 1927; Head
Fine Arts and Californiana Dept., Pasadena
Public Library, Feb. 1927 — .
Directorships: Art Dir., College Woman's
Club, 4 yrs. ; Pres. of Pasadena Library Club,

2 yrs. ; Secretary. Pasadena Library Club,

3 yrs. ; Publicity Chairman, Tuesday Musicales,
1 yr. ; Chairman, Art Section. American Lib-
rary Assn., lyr. ; Secy., Art Section, A.L.A.,
1 yr. ; Chmn. and Organizer, Library Evening
Concert Series; Bd. of Dir., Pasadena Music
Festival Assn.

Publications: Serial on "The Instruments of
the Orchestra," Baton Magazine; "Oriental
Art in the Home," California Arts and
Architecture Magazine; news articles on Net-
suke' Jade, on Oriental lacquer, etc. Calif-
ornia History.

Memberships: Kappa Kappa Gamma; Anier.
Library Assn., Calif. Library Assn.; Pasa-
dena Library Club; The Tuesday Musicale;
Fine Arts Club; Music- Arts Club, College
Woman's Club.

Religion: Roman Catholic.

Recreations: Reading, concerts, archery, and


Bus. Address 285 E. Walnut, Pasadena,

Ho7ne Address: 452 Ford PI., Pasadena, Calif.

DWELLE. Harold Edward. B.L., LL.B.


Born: Brooklyn (New York), Dec. 17, 1882;
s. of Mary Alice (White) and James Charles

Education: Public schools, Fresno County

DcgrrrH: R.L., Unlv. of Calif., i;K)7; LL B.,
Univ. of .So. Calif., 1912.

Married: F.dith Mabel, d. of Oberlln C. Blay-
ncy. Fowler (Calif.), June 27, 1912; ch.:
Harold E., Jr., Dor.sey K., Vernon R., Mary
Alice Mehrten, and James C.
I'rof. Record: Court Clerk, Dept. 2, Super-
ior Court, Fresno County (Calif.), July 1,
1907- Feb. 1, 1911; Dept. District Atty., Fres-
no County, Sept. 1, 1912- Jan. 1, 1918; pri-
vate practise of law, 1918 — .
Directorships : Secy, of Sierra Methodist Chau-
tauqua and Bible Conference Assn., Oct.,

Memberships: Woodmen of World.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: 3707 Iowa Ave., Fresno, Calif.

Home Address: 3705 Iowa Ave., Fresno, Calif.

DYER, Elizabeth Ralph

Clubwoman, State Auditor, Calif. Fed. of

Women's Clubs.

Born: Alvarado, Alameda Co. (Calif.); d.

of Catherine (Tietjen) and John Horner


Education: Graduate, State Teachers Coll.,
San Jose (Calif.).

Married: Harold Parker, s. of Ellen (Ingalls)
Dyer, Alvarado (Calif.); ch.: Jeannette Dyer
Spencer and Kenneth Harold.
Bus. Record: Taught schl. for one term,
before marriage.

Directorships: Dir., Dyer Estate Co. and
President's Assembly (San Francisco) ; (Past
Dir.) Western Women's Club; Executrix,
Estate of Harold P. Dyer; (Past Pres.) San
Francisco Dist., Calif. Fed. of Women's
Clubs; (Past Amenities Chairman) Calif. Fed.
of Women's Clubs: (Past Chmn.) Calif. His-
tory and Landmarks in S.F. Dist. Fed.; Mem.,
Exec. Comm., Calif. Prison Assn.; Vice-Pres.-
at-Large, Calif. Fed. of Women's Clubs.
Memberships: Clubs: To Kalon (S.F.), Sara-
toga Foothill, Athletic (S.F.), Western Wo-
men's, Calif. Fed. of Women's, S.F. Dist.,
Calif. Fed. of Women's Safety League No.
Calif.; Women's Chamber of Commerce;
President's Assembly (S.F.); Native Daugh-
ters of Golden West; S.F. City and Co. Fed.;
President's Assembly (Santa (Tiara Co.)
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 609 Sutter St., San Francisco,

Home Address: Saratoga, Calif. •

DYER. M-abelle Monroe


Bor?i; San Antonio (Tex.), May 26, 1883; d.
of Mary Jane (Hall) and Major William Nu-
ton Monroe.

Education: Monrovia; Pomona (did not finish
last yr., cont. with music in Seattle, Wash.).
Married: Bruce Thomas, s. of Dr. Charles
Dyer, Nome (Alaska), 1903; ch.: Hector
Monroe (went to Stanford U., class of 1932).
Prof. Record: Has composed sacred songs for
twenty years: also a few ballads; one Calif,
song for Calif. Women of CJolden West. At
present writing songs and music for radio

Publications: The Way of the Master; My



Dear; California, Gohlrti Land of Destiny;
and many other compositions.
Members/lips; So. Calif. Women's Press Club;
Calif. Women of the Golden West.
Religion: Christian Science.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Writing music, building houses.
H07ne Address: Bluebird Canyon Park, La-
guna Beach, Calif.


EAGAL. John Henry

President, John H. Eagal Company.
Born: Davenport (Iowa), Dec. 5, 1875; s. of
Mary Elnora (Cook) and Melzar J. Eagal.
Education: Davenport (Iowa).
Married: Hortense. d of J S'^"" Darter In
Crawfordsville (Ind.), Oct. 13, 1898, en.,

Bus Record: Started in automobile busmess
i^n Davenport (Iowa), "OS vvith Haynes
Automobile Co., Kokomo (Ind.), 1905, with
ttudeTaker Automobile . Co. South Bend
(Ind.), installed cars m all their West,
branches, 1906; made Manager, San Fran-
cisco Branch (Studebaker Co.), 1907 made
West Coast Representative for Gen. Motors
1910- made Dir. of Sales, Pacific Kissel-Kar
Branch (San Francisco), 1913; made Ford
Dealer Stockton (Calif.), 1919-; Past Dir.,
Stockton Cham, of Commerce.
Directorships: Pres., John H. Eagal Co.;
Pres, Stockton Motor Car Dealers Assn.,
Northern Motor Car Dealers Assn. (Past

Memberships: Stockton Lions Club (Past
Pres.), Masons, Sciots.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Dogs, gardening, walking.
Bus. Address: 317 No. Eldorado St., Stockton,

Home Address: 130 West Pine, Stockton,
EAGLESON. Professor Harvey. A.B.,
M.A., Ph.D.

Asso. Prof, of English Language and Litera-
ture, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Born: Boise (Ida.), Sept. 23, 1899; s. of
Helen (Alexander) and Harry Kerr Eagleson.
Education: Boise pub. schs.; Reed Coll.;
Stanford Univ.; Princeton Umv.
Degrees: A.B., Reed Coll., 1920; M. A. Stan-
ford U., 1922; Ph.D., Princeton U., 1928.
Prof. Record: Instr. in Eng., U. of Tex.,
1922-26; with Calif. Inst, of Tech. since 1928,
now in the capacity of Asso. Prof, of Eng.
Lang, and Lit.

Publications: Collected Readings in the Mod-
ern Short Story (with G. R. MacMinn; Ginn
and Co ), 1930; These United States (with
L W Jones and W. W. Huse; Farrar and
Rinehart), 1934; Writing From Experience
(with Murray Hill; Crofts), 1937; numerous

Army Service: Training Camp, Presidio of
San Francisco, 1918.
Memberships: Athenaeum.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Theatre, print collecting.
Bus. and Home Address: California Inst, of
Technology, Pasadena, Calif.

EARHART, Will, Mus.D.
Music Educator.

Born: Franklin (Ohio), Apr. 1, 1871; s. of
Hannah Jane (Corvvin) and Martin Wash-
ington Earhart.

Education: High Sch., Franklin (Ohio); stud-
ied music (violin, voice, piano, harmony,
counterpoint, etc.) with pvt. teachers, Day-
ton, Cincinnati, Chicago, etc.
Degrees: Mus.D., Univ. of Pittsburgh (Pa.),
1920 (Hon.).

Married: Birdelle Maude, d. of Del Norte
(Severns) and George W. Darling, in Find-
lay (Ohio), Dec. 29, 1897; ch. ; William Cor-

Prof. Record: Began teaching music in pub.
schs also privately (violin) in Franklin
(Ohio) 1888. added work in Miamisburg
(Ohio); moved then to Greenville (Ohio),
1896-98, to Richmond (Ind.), 1898-1912,
where he conducted Symphony Orch. and Fes-
tival Chorus; moved to Pittsburgh (Pa.),
1912-40; through yrs., 1914-21; taught in U.
of Pittsburgh as Prof., then served as Lec-
turer at Carnegie Inst, of Tech. In various
summer session periods taught in above two
'ichs , also Teachers Coll., Columbia U., State
Coll (Pa.), U. of Calif. (Berkeley), North-
western U. (Evanston, 111.); in 1914 made
nation-wide survey of sch. music (pub. as
Govt. Bulletin) for U.S. Bur. of Edn.; made
surveys (directed bv Bur. of Edn., reports
printed as Govt. Bulletins) in San Francisco
(Calif), Elyria (Ohio), Wilmington (Del.),
Memphis (Tenn.); was former Pres. of Music
Educators Nat. Conf. and Chmn. of its Re-
search Council for many yrs.
Directorships: Chmn. for many yrs , Advisory
Com . N.B.C. Music Appreciation Hour (Wal-
ter bamrosch, Conductor) ; Nat. Com., Fed-
eral Music Project; State Dept. Div^^of Cul-
tural Relations, Field of Music (Chmn. of
sub-Corn, on Sch. Mus.); etc.
Publications: Author: The Eloquent Baton;
Music to the Listening Ear; The Meaning and
Teaching of Music; Choral Technics and
manv government bulletins, magazine articles
and "public addresses. Co-Author (with Dr.
Percy Scholes) Book of the Great Musicians
(American edition). Editor: Music Apprecia-
tion- Its History and Technics (Scholes), Tfte
Scholes Music Handbook, etc. Editor Com-
piler and Arranger (with Frank La Forge) :
Pathways of Song; arranger many music pub-
lications; Co-Editor of many books of music
and piano courses.

Memberships: Amer. Soc. of Composers, Au-
thors, and Publishers, Music Teachers Nat.
Assn , Nat. Assn. of Sch. Administrators,
Musicians' Club of Pittsburgh; Allegheny Co.
Civic Club (Pa.); Nat. Ednl., Assn., Pa. Edn.
Assn., Amer. Musicological Assn.; Phi Delta
Kappa; Music Educators Nat. Conf.
Politics: Independent Republican.
Recreations: Camping in Canada, photog-

Home Address: Rte. 1, Box 1299, La Mesa,

EAST, (Miss) Anna Merritt, B.S., M.A.
Instructor, Venice High School. Director,
Santa Barbara Girls' Camp.
Born: Fremont (Neb.), d. of Sarah (Merritt)
and Charles Milton East.
Education: U. of Neb.; Teachers Coll., Co-
lumbia U.; U. of So. Calif.; U. of Calif. (Los
Degrees: B.Sc, U. of Neb., 1912; M.A., Co-



lumbla U., 1918; gradunte work at U. of
Calif., Los Angeles, and U. of So. Calif.
Prof. Record: Elem. teaching in Neb.; Critic
Teacher of Domestic Scl. In Philippine Nor-
mal School, Manila (P. I.). l!)Ii;-M; Acting
Mgr. of Uur. of Home Kcoii., New York
Edi.son Co. (N. Y. City). 1914-15; New
koeping Editor of Ladies' Home Journal
(Philadelphia), 1915-17; educational work,
Santa Barbara (Calif.), 1920-22; Chmn. of
Home Econ. Dept., Princlpla Junior Coll. (St.
Louis), 1922-24; Teacher, Home Econ., Jour-
nalism, English and Social Living In Los

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