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Angeles High Schools since 1924; DIr. of
Santa Barbara Girls' Camp, 1927 — .
PubUcitiions: In Charge as Dept. Editor of
4 to 6 i)ages of Ladies' Hume Journal, 1915-
17; Kitchenette Cookery (pub. Little, Brown
& Co.), 1917; magazine and newspaper ar-
ticles on phases of education.
Army Service With Y'MCA branch of A.E.F.
in France and Occupied Germany, 1918-19.
Ed. Dir. of YMCA Hut at Angers; opened
up library for soldiers at Coblenz (C^rmany);
one of the first 25 women sent up by Army

Memberships: Amer. Assn. of Univ. Women;
Bus. Women's Legislative Council; Camp Di-
rectors' Assn. ; Nat. Edn. Assn. ; Calif. Teach-
ers Assn.; Los Angeles High School Teach-
ers Assn. ; PTA Assn.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations Motoring, camping.

Bus. Address: Venice High School, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 859 — 22nd St., Santa Monica,

EASTMAN. Eric Eyre. B.S., M.S.

Specialist, Agr. Extension Service, U. of
Calif, and U. S. Dept. of Agriculture.
Born: Denver (Colo.), Feb. 27, 1890; s. of
Florence (Rose) and Clyde J. Eastman.
Education: Hollywood High Sch. (1909); U.
of So. Calif.; Iowa State College; Utah
State; Washington State.

Degrees: B.S., 1913, M.S., 1915, Iowa State
Coll.; Doctorate work at Utah State and
Washington State Colleges.
Married: Amalia A., d. of Emma M. R.
(McDonnell) and Dr. Alfred Guido Schloesser.
Santa Ana (Calif.), May 28, 1910; ch.: Eric
Earl, Alfred Clyde, Florence Rose, and Rob-
ert Harold.

Prof. Record: Instr., Asst. Prof., Asso. Prof,
(in Soils), Iowa State CplL, 1913-22; Rancher,
Cochise Co. (Ariz.), 1922-26; Farm Advisor,
Agr. Extension Serv., U. of Calif., and U. S.
Dept. of Agr.. since 1927; received Sabbati-
cal leave, Jan. 1 to July 1, 1941 for advanced
study at Wash. State Coll. (Pullman).
Publications: Special contributor to agricul-
tural magazines, especially: Farm Bureau
Monthly, Calaro News, Citrus Leaves, Gar-
den Magazine; author of practical pamphlets
dealing with San Diego Co. Agr. corer crops,
citriculture, subtropicals, cost analyses, etc.
Army service: S.A.T.C. Camp, Ft. Sheridan
(111.), during World War I.
Memberships: Masons, Shrine; Phi Kappa Psi,
(scholastic) ; Alpha Zeta, Gamma Sigma
Delta, Phi Kappa Phi.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Swimming, camping, touring.

RuH. AddresK: U. S. Custom and Court
House, Sun Diego, Calif.

Home Addresn: Route 1, Box 1452, San Diego,
Calif. Olher: La Santa Ana, and Hol-
lywood, Calif.; Pullman, •

EASTMAN. George L.

President, .Security Materials Company.
Born: Potsdam (N. Y.), Aug. 6, 1887; s. of
Eunice J. (Merriam) and Geo. L. Eastman.
Education: Postdam (N. Y.) State Normal
Sch.; Clarkson Coll. of Engineering.
Married: Pauline, d. of Mary and Herman
Alber, in Hollywood (Calif, i, June 9, 1908-
ch.: George, Jr., and Polly yVnn.
Bus. Record: Came to Calif, in 1907; em-
ployed in office of City Engr. of Hollywood,
later, City of Los Angeles.; in 1910, became
associated with Riverside Cement Co.; en-
tered business, 1911, under name of Holly-
wood Fuel and Feed Co., with two partners;
in 1917 purchased interest of the two part-
ners, and sold the fuel and feed business;
continued the building materials business,
under the name of Geo. L. Eastman Co.,
which became in point of volume the largest
company of its kind west of Chicago; sold
that business in 1926, and became more active
in civic affairs; re-entered the building ma-
terial business in 1934, as Pres. of Security
Materials Company, and reorganized that
company, in which business he is still en-
gaged. Former Pres., Los Angeles Chamber
of Comm. ; and Hollywood Chamber of
Comm.; former Dir. of the Calif. State
Chamber of Comm.

Directorships: Pres. of the Pilgrimage Play
Assn., the Geo. L. Eastman Co., and the Se-
curity Materials Co.; Trustee, Pomona Col-
lege (Claremont, Calif.)

Memberships: Phi Kappa Psi; Wilshire Coun-
try, Los Angeles and Hollywood Atiiletic

Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Tennis and golf.

Bus. Address: 1131 No. Highland Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Hoyne Address: 8150 Hollywood Blvd., Holly-
wood, Calif.


Curator, Botany Department, California
Academy of Sciences.

Born: Toronto (Can.), Jan. 19, 1859; d. of
Eliza Jane (CJowdey) and Colin S. Eastwood
Education: East Denver High Sch.
Prof. Record: Teacher, East Denver High
Sch., 1879-89; Curator, Botany Dept., Calif.
Acad. Sciences, since 1893.
Publications: Key and Flora; Pacific Coast
Edition of Bergens Botany; Handbook, Trees
of California, and numerous articles in botan-
ical publications; Editor-Owner, Leaflets of
Western Botany, in partnership with J. T.

Memberships: Calif. Hort., Amer. Fuchsia,
Calif. Bot., Amer. Bot., So. African Bot.,
Royal Hort. (Eng.), Lily (Eng.), and Fuchsia
(Eng.) Societies; Calif, and Amer. Acad, of

Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: (Jolden Gate Park, San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1221 Lombard, San Francisco,
Calif. •



EATON. Courtlandt. B.S.

Engineer, U. S. Bureau of Reclamation.
Born: Providence (R. I.), Sept. 7, 1881; s. of
D. W. iWoodman) and A. Judson Eaton.
Education: McGill Univ., Montreal (Can.)
Degrees: B.S., McGill Univ., 1908.
Married: R. H. M. Davies d of Wm. H.
Davies. in Portland (Ore.), 1912.
Prof. Record: Engr., U. S. Bureau of Recla-
mation; Chief Engr., Los Angeles County
Flood Control Dist.; Irrigation Engr State
of Calif ; Resident Engr., and Supt., Lindsay-
Strathmore Irrig. Dist. and Terra Bella
Irrig. Dists.; Res. Engr., Merced Irrig. Dist.;
Calif Constrn. Supt., Crane Falls Power
Co Portland (Ore.); Res. Engr., Skagit
Power Co., Marblemount, Washington;
Constrn Supt., Northwestern Elect. Co.,
Portland (Ore.); Constrn. Supt., Panama
Pac. Internat. Expn. Co., San Francisco
(Calif ) • Chief Estimator, Pac. Light and
Power Corpn.. Portland (Ore.); Consulting
Engr ■ Palestine Economic Corpn., Jerusalem;
Constrn. Engr., Phelan Parrott Ranch, Chico
(Calif.); Consulting Engr., Brook Hollow
Farm, Hollister (Calif.).

Publications: Engineering publications before
Amer. Soc. of C. E. ; papers in Western Con-
struction News, Engineering News Record,
and other engineering publications.
Religion: Protestant.

Recreations: Power boating, skating, fishing
and hunting; photography.
Bus. Address: Old Post Office Bldg., Sacra-
mento, Calif.

Home Address: 4715 Florence Way, Sacra-
mento, Calif.

EATON. Hubert. A.B., LL.D.
Chairman of the Board and General Manager,
Forest Lawn Memorial Park.
Born: Liberty (Mo.), June 3, 1881; s. of
Martha (Lewright) and Prof. James Ru-
dolphus Eaton.

Education: William Jewell Coll., Liberty

Degrees: A.B., 1902, LL.D., 1937, William
Jewell Coll.

Married: Anna Munger Henderson, d. of
Austin Munger, in Pasadena (Calif.), Dec.
10, 1918; ch.; Roy.

Bus Record: Boston and Montana Consoli-
dated Copper Co. (appointed Chief Chemist),
Great Falls (Mont.), 1902-07; Chief Metal-
lurgical Chemist, Tezuiltan Copper Co. (Mex.),
1907-09; Metallurgist, Lodi Mines Co. (Nev.),
1909-10- General Manager Adaven Mining &
Smelting Co. (Luning, Nev.), 1911-12; For-
est Lawn Memorial Park, 1913-present.
Directorships: Pres., Amer. Security & Fidel-
ity Corp.; Chmn. of the Board, Forest Lawn
Memorial Park; Chmn. of the Advisory
Board, Bank of Amer., Glendale (Calif.)
Publications: Various articles on cemetery

Awards: Decorated Cavaliere Order of the
Crown of Italy by King Victor Emmanuel III,

Memberships: Sigma Nu; Newport Harbor
Yacht, Aliso Gun, Newhall Quail. Los An-
geles Country, and Jonathan clubs; Sons of
the Revolution, Soc. of Colonial Wars.
Religion: Baptist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations : Hunting, golf.

Bus. Address: Forest Lawn Memorial Park,
Glendale, Calif.

Home Address: 2264 W. Live Oak Dr., Los
Angeles, Calif, and 2000 East Bay Front,
Balboa Beach, Calif.

EATON. J. Lloyd. A.B.. M.D.


Born: Berkeley (Calif.), 1902; s. of Mae
(Dowling) and J. W. Eaton.
Education: Univ. of Calif, and Univ. of Calif.
Med. Sch. (Berkeley).

Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1924; M.D., U. of
Caiif. Med. Sch., 1928

Married: Dorothy Furch, in Sacramento
(Calif.), 1926; ch.: Barry and Barbara.
Prof Record- Interned San Francisco City
and Co. Hosp., 1928-29; Resident Physician,
Lung Service, Fairmont Hosp. (Alameda Co.),
1929-30; Resident Physician, Arroyo Sana-
torium and Del Valle, 19.30-31; private prac-
tice since 1931, and on Visiting Staff, Ala-
meda Co. Hosp. and Oakland Health Center
Lung Clinics.

Directorships: Alum Rock Sanatorium.
Publications: "Pneumoperitoneum in the
Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis,
American Review of Tuberculosis, 1939.
Memberships: Phi Beta Pi.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Automobile tours.
Bus. Address: 419— 30th St., Oakland, Calif.
Home Address: 320 Panoramic Way, Berk-
eley, Calif.

ECKBO. Garrett. B.S., M.L.A.

Landscape Architect.

Born- Cooperstown (N. Y.), Nov. 28, 1910;
s. of Theodora (Munn) and Axel Eckbo.
Education: Alameda pub. schs.; Marin Jun-
ior Coll.; Univ. of Calif.; Harvard Univ.
Degrees: B.S., U. of Calif., June 1935;
M.L.A., Harvard U., June 1938.
Married- Arline, d of Effie (Sherer) and
Albert D. Williams, at New York City, Sept.
19, 1937.

Prof record: Landscape Architect, Armstrong
Nurseries, Ontario (Calif.), July 1935 to
Sept. 1936; planned 16-acre subdivision,
Stoneham (Mass.), summer 1937; spent six
weeks, summer 1938, planning So. Court
Fed Bldg., San Francisco World's Fair (with
Alfred Kastner, Architect, Washington, D.
C ) • six weeks, summer 1938, designing Recre-
ation Exhibit for U. S. Housing Authority
(Washington, D. C); six weeks, fall 1938,
designing landscaping for Gen. Motors Bldg.,
New York World's Fair (with Norman Bel
Geddes, industrial designer, New York City);
since Feb., 1939, engaged in site and land-
scape planning for Farm Security Adminis-
tration (U.S.D.A.), on about thirty rural
camp and housing projects all over the West;
in private practice, has done approximately
sixty gardens to date.

Publications: "Small Gardens in the City" in
Pencil Points, 1937; "Sculpture and Land-
scape Design," in Magazine of Art, iy3»;
statement on "Progress in Garden Design, in
Gardens and Gardening for 1939 (Studio an-
nual) ■ three articles on "Landscape Design in
Urban, Rural and Primeval Environments,
Architectural Record. 1939-40; "Landscaping
for Use," Sunset Magazine, 1940; book re-



Mcynbcmhipa : Tclesls (environmental re-
search group).

Recreations : Music, art, theatre, and hiking.
Bits. Address: 21 Columbus Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 846 Green St., San Francisco,


A(l\(>rti.sing Exoculive, Publicist; 0\vner-Dl-
rcclDT, Eclvles Advertising Agency.
Born: Chicago (III.); d. of Nellie J. (Spicer)
and Lemon F. Elliott.

Education : Philadelphia, New York and
Europe; various musical and dramatic
schools and private teachers; e.\t. courses,
Univ. of Pa., Univ. of Calif. (Los Angeles),
and Univ. of So. Calif.

Married: Major Lauren Samuel, U. S. Med.
Corps, s. of Charles Eckels, in Philadelphia,
Nov. 24, 1910; ch. .- Chandler.
Bus. Record: First appeared before public as
child soloist and dancer at age of four, later
on stage, in recital and on Chatauqua tours
as vocal and piano soloist and interpretative
dramatic reader. After World War I, em-
barked on business career in advertising, first
with John Wanamaker (Philadelphia), as
Copywriter, later Adv. Asst. at Snellenburg's;
Adv. Mgr., Plaut's, Newark (N. J.); Adv.
and Sales Mgr., Hamburger's (now May Co.),
Los Angeles; Adv. and Publicity Dir., Bul-
lock's Wilshire, 1929-33; I. Magnin (Los An-
geles), 1933-38. Own business, 1938, handling
many high grade accounts including I. Miller,
Hollywood-Ma.xwell, Mabs of Hollywood, El
Mirador Hotel (Palm Springs), and others.
Awards: Various awards of merit in music,
literature, and advertising.

Memberships: Women's Athletic Club (Los
Angeles), Women's Adv. Club of Los An-
geles; Gamma Alpha Chi.
Religion: Institute of Religious Science.
Recreations: Horseback riding, swimming,
dancing, hiking, and dogs.

Bus. Address: 816 W. 5th St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 536 — 23rd, Manhattan Beach,
Calif., and Women's Athletic Club, 833 So.
Flower St., Los Angeles, Calif. •

ECKHARDT. John W.. B.S., M.S.
Coordinator of Secondary Education, Office
of County Superintendent of Schools.
Born; Santa Barbara (Calif.), Apr. 11, 1912;
s. of Anna and J. Eckhardt.
Education: Santa Barbara City Schools, High
School and State Coll.; Univ. of So. Calif.
Degrees: B.S., Santa Barbara State Coll.;
M.S., U. of So. Calif., 1934.
Married: Gene, d of B. M. Crouch, in Ven-
tura (Calif.), Apr. 15, 1932.
Prof. Record: Teaching and Administrative
experience: Santa Barbara City Schools,
Parker Dam High Sch., Needles High Sch.,
Kern Co. Secondary Schs.

Memberships: Sigma Alpha Kappa, Phi Delta
Kappa, Alpha Epsilon.

Recreations: Hunting, fishing, tennis, and


Bus. Address: Office of County Supt. of
Schools, Bakersfield, Calif.

Homo Address: 621 Irene St., Bakersfield,

EDDY. Nelson. Mus.M.

Born: Providence (R. I.), June 29, 1901; s.
of Isabel (Kendrlck) and Wm. Darius Eddy.
Education: Public schs.; later privately tu-

Degrees: Mus.M., Univ. .So. Calif., 1941.
Married: Ann Denitz.

Prof. Record: Opera, concert, motion pic-
tures, radio and recordings.
Religion: Episcopal.
Recreations : Sculpting and tennis.

Bus. Address: Metro-Ck)Idwyn-Mayer Studios,
Culver City, Calif. •

EDINGTON. Arlo Channing. F.R.S.A.

Born: Washington (Kan.), Sept. 23, 1890; s.
of Alice Rebecca (Baumbarger) and Talford
Channing Edington.

Education: Washington (Kan.) Public, High
School, and Bus. Coll.

Degrees: Fellow Royal Society of Arts, Lon-
don (England), 1937.

Married: Clelah Keltner Ross, of Brazil
(Ind.), d. of Sarah and Lewis Keltner, in
Santa Barbara (Calif.), Oct. 13, 1935; ch. ;
(by a previous marriage) Channing Crane
and Nicida Ynez.

Prof. Record: Registered Pharmacist (Kan.),
1909-17; Motion Picture Industry, 1919, as
Writer, Editor, later, Director and Spl. Staff
Writer, Goldwyn Pictures Corpn.; Secty.,
Asst. Gen. Mgr., and Dir., Edington Oil and
Refining Co., Crude Oil Drilling Co., Ltd.,
etc. ; Candidate for Lt. Gov. (Democratic
ticket), 1934.

Publications: As Co-Author with wife, The
Studio Murder Mystery, 1929, The House of
the Vanishing Goblets, 1930, Tundra, 1930,
The Monks Hood Murders, 1931, Murder to
Music, and many unpublished novels used on
the screen.

Memberships: Pac. Geographic Soc. (Life
Founder Mem.), Calif., Gladiolus Soc. (Ex-
Pres. ), Eugene Field Soc. (Hon. Member).
Religion : Presbyterian.
Politics: Democrat (Conservative).
Recreations: Deep sea fishing, horticulture,
and hybridizing.

Bus. and Home Address: 883 So. Bundy Dr.,
Los Angeles, Calif.

EDLER, Professor William. M.D.
Professor of Psychiatry, School of Medical

Born: St. Louis (Mo.), Oct. 1, 1882; s. of
Paulina (Schmedlir) and William Edler.

Educations: St. Louis Univ.; Washington


Degrees: M.D., Wash. U., 1911.

Married: Maurice, d. of Maud and Victor

Allen, in Ozark (Ark.), 1905; ch. ; Kenneth


Publications: Author of the article, "Falla-
cious Trends in Psychiatry."
Aryny Record: Major, U.S.P.H.S.R. ; Capt.
M.C., U. S Army

Recreations: Photography

Bus. Address: 595 E. Colorado St., Pasadena,

Home Address: 1230 Glen Oas Blvd., Pasa-
dena, Calif.



EDMONDS, Douglas Lyman

Associate Justice, Supreme Court of Calif.

Born: Cliicago (111.)

Education: East Denver High Schl.; Univ.

of So. Calif.

Married: Laura C. Leinbach, in 1910; ch.:

Dorothy (Mrs. Coates).

Prof Record: Admitted to the bar at Los

Angeles in 1910 and practiced there. 1910-

26 when accepted appt. as Judge of the

Munic. Court of the City of Los Angeles;

elected to Superior Court, Nov., 1926, and

held that office until Sept., 1936, when appt.

Asso. Justice, Supreme Court of Cahf.

Directorships: Trustee, The Principia Coll.

of Liberal Arts (Elsah, 111.).

Memberships: Masons; Amer. Bar Assn.; Phi

Alpha Delta.

Religion: Christian Science.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: State Building, San Francisco,


Home Address: 161 Harrison Ave., Sausallto,

EDMONDSON. Clyde Mclntyre, B.S.

General Manager, Redwood Empire Associa-

Born: Lovelock (Nev.); s. of Jennie (McFar-

lin) and A. R. Edmondson.

Education: Grammar and High Sch. at Santa

Barbara (Calif.); Univ. of Calif., Berkeley.
Degrees: B.S., U. of Calif., 1922.
Married: Catherine Claire, d. of Webster
Crum, in Oakland, 1925 (dec. 1932).
Bits. Record: Asst. to Harvey M. Toy of
San Francisco (Chmn., Calif. Hwy. Com.
and officer in many bus. and civic enter-
prises), 1922-23 and part of 1924; Pres. and
Gen Mgr., Calif. Information Bureau, 1924;
Adv. Mgr. and Gen. Passenger Agt.. West
Coast Transit Co., 1923-25; Gen. Mgr., Red-
wood Empire Assn. since Nov. 1, 1925.
Directorships: Many civic and travel promo-
tion organizations.

Publications: Author of various newspaper
and mag. articles.

Army Record: At age of 16, Officer (event-
ually Battalion Major) in High Sch. Cadets,
U. S. Army trained, in 1917 and 1918. Armis-
tice signed before 18th birthday.
Memberships: Commonwealth, San Francisco
Press and San Francisco Adv. clubs; Elks;
Western States Promotion Council, etc.;
Sigma Pi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Gamma

Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Non-partisan.

Recreations: CJolf, swimming, hiking, fishing.
Bus. Address: 85 Post St., San Francisco,

Home Address: 755 Van Ness Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

EDMUNDS, Charles Keyser, A.B., Ph.D.,

President, Pomona College.
Born- Baltimore (Md.), Sept. 21, 1876; s. of
Anna Smith (Keyser) and James Richard

Education: Johns Hopkins Univ.
Degrees: A.B., 1897, Ph.D., 1903, Johns Hop-

Married: Sarah Katharine (Poorbaugh) on
June 30, 1909; ch. ; Elizabeth P.
Prof. Record: Acting Prof., Physics, U. of
Utah, 1898-99; Magnetic Observer, U. S.
Coast and Geod. Survey, 1899-1900; Instr. of
Physics, High Sch., Washington, and Colum-
bian U., 1900-01; Gen. Secy., YMCA, Johns
Hopkins Univ., 1901-02; Fellow in Physics,
Johns Hopkins, 1902-03; Prof, in Physics and
Elec. Engineering, 1903, Vice-Pres., 1907-08.
Pres , 1907-24, Amer. Dir., 1926-28, Lingnan
U. (Canton, China) ; Magnetic Observer for
Carnegie Instn. of Wash., in China, 1906-17;
Provost, Johns Hopkins, 1924-27, also Alumni
Dir. of same; Pres. of Pomona Coll., Clare-
mont (Calif.), since 1928.
Publications: Papers on "Modern Education
in China," etc.

Memberships: Univ. Club (Los Angeles); Pa-
cific Geographic Soc, (Pres.), Amer. Physi-
cal Soc, Amer. Assn. Advancement Service;
Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Gamma Delta.
Religion: Congregational.

Bus. Address: Pomona College, Claremont,

Home Address: 345 College Ave., Claremont,
EDSON. The Reverend Winfield, B.S.,

Pastor, First Baptist Church, Long Beach.
Born: Red Cloud (Neb,), 1907; s. of Rose
(Ricker) and I. W. Edson.
Education: Neb. State Teachers Coll.; Berk-
eley Baptist Divinity Sch.
Degrees: B.S., Neb. State Teachers Coll.,
1932; B.D., Berkeley Baptist Divinity Sch.,

Married: Itha, d. of Dr. and Mrs. J. T. An-
derson, in Wayne (Neb.), 1930; ch.: James
and Doyle.

Prof Record: Teacher, Neb. State Ind. Sch.,
1928-32; ordained Baptist Minister, May 31,
1937; Pastor, First Baptist Church (Oxford,
Neb ), 1932-33; Asst. Pastor, First Baptist
Church, Oakland (Calif.). 1936-37; Dir. of
Public Relations, Berkeley Baptist Divinity
Sch., 1938; Pastor, First Baptist Church,
Long Beach (Calif.), since 1939.
Religion: Protestant (Baptist).
Bus. Address: 337 Locust Ave., Long Beach,

Home Address: 707 Marshall Place, Long
Beach, Calif.

EDWARDS, Hiram W.. B.S., Ph.D.
Physicist, Director of Relations with Schools,
Univ. of Calif.

Born- Spring Valley (Minn.), Sept. 9, 1885;
s. of Kate (Farmer) and Frank V. Edwards.
Education: Univ. of Calif., Berkeley.
Degrees: B.S., 1908, Ph.D., 1911, U. of Calif.
Married- Vena, d. of Wm. and Lulu Tomlin,
in Hollister (Calif.), July 27, 1911; ch. :
Tomlin, Phyllis, and Warren.
Prof. Record: Prof, of Physics, Baylor U.,
(Waco, Texas) ; Dir. of Sciences, Fresno State
Teachers Coll.; Supervisor of Training of
Science Teachers, U. of Calif.; Asso. Prof, of
Physics, U. of Calif., Los Angeles; discoverer
of a new reflecting metal and process for
producing better front surface mirrors.
Publications: "Analytic and Vector Mechan-
ics;" articles in various scientific journals.
Army Service: Efficiency Expert, U. S.
Ground Sch. of Military Aeronautics, In



Chiirne of ToachlnR Stuff, oiKanlzullon of
courses. oIp.

Mcml>prahij>s : Amer. Assn. for thp Advanrc-
ment of Scl.; I'hl Delta Kappa. Sluma XI.
Rccrodtioiia: Golf and fly fishing.
Bus. Addresn; 405 Ililgard Ave., W. I.os An-
geles. Calif.

Home Address: 12-18 Holmby Ave.. W. Los
Anpolos, Calif.



Born: Vienna (Austria). Apr. 16, 189.1.

Education : Vienna and Berlin; Academy of


Married: Alfred Ehlers (Sculptor) in Berlin
(Ger.l; ch. .- two daughters.
Prof. Record: Concert player and lecturer;
concert tours all over the world; played with
all the orchestras and great conductors; made
the harpsichord popular; was one of the first
to present the idea of performing old music
on the original instrument through which the
harpsichord has been made popular.
Ho7ne Address: 7701 Hollywood Blvd., Los
Angeles. Calif. •

EITZEN. Professor David D., A.B.,
M.Th., Ph.D.

Psychologist. Theologian; Asst. Prof, of Pas-
toral Psychotherapy, Univ. of So. Calif.
Born: Mountain Lake (Minn.), Dec. 1, 1903;
s. of Elizabeth (Nickel) and Rev. D. P.

Education: Bethel Coll., Newton (Kans.);
Univ. of So. Calif.

Degrees: A.B.. Bethel Coll., 1930; M.Th.,
1937, and Ph.D., 1940, U. of So. Calif.
Married: Amanda, d. of A. S. Heldebrecht.
in Hydro (Okla.), Aug. 10, 1930; ch.: D.
Stanley, and Donald.

Prof. Record: Teacher of public schools, Mt.
Lake (Minn.), 1924-27; taught High School.
Pretty Prairie (Kan.). 1930-31; Prin. of High
School, Zenda (Kan.). 1931-33; Minister of
First Mennonite Church (Los Angeles), 1933-
7; Research in Pastoral Psychotherapy (Bos-
ton). 1937-38; Prof. School of Religion, U. of
So. Calif., 1938—.

Directorships : Board of Directors, Nat. Fam-
ily Relations Conference, and of Los Angeles
Co. Mental Hygiene Soc, Inc.; Pres., Los
Angeles Coterie of Counselors: Exec. Secty..
Calif. Inst, on how Medicine. Psychology and
Religion can cooperate to serve Personality.
Publications: Author of Productive Living.
Memberships: Phi Chi Phi. Theta Phi; Amer.
Psychological Assn., Nat. Assn. of Biblical
Religion : Mennonite.

Recreations: CJolf, volley-ball, and gardening.
Bus. Address: Univ. of Southern California.
Los Angeles. Calif.

Home Address: 3753 Hepburn Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.


President, Paul Elder and Company.

Born: Harrisburg (Pa.), Jan. 1, 1872; s. of

Mary Amelia (Eyster) and Scott Elder.

Education: Hester Sch. (San Jose): Lincoln

Grammar Sch. and Lowell High Sch. (San


Married: Emma Moore, in San Francisco

(Calif.), May 5, 1896; ch. : Pauline (Mrs. A.

A. Michelbacher) . Scott, and Paul, Jr.

/.'it.i. /inrord: with rotfill b(X)k firm of Do.\cy rSan Krancr.sco) ; later became
partner with Morgan Shepard In the firm of
Elder & Shepard; In 1!K)3 the firm of Paul
Elder and Co. was established; for some yerirs
was r)ul)llsher of ml.srcllaneouH books, all dis-
tinctive because of their typographical beauty.
Interest, quality of format, and manufacture;
has built up large business as a dealer in
new and rare books, first editions and special
works; the business has been built solidly on
the foundation of specialized .servico in sup-
plying cultured taste demands In the
field of art and literature.
Directorships : Pres.. Paul Elder and Co.
Publications: Old Spanish Missions of Calif.;
California, the Beautiful; Mosaic Essays.
Memberships: Rotary Club.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Online LibraryRussell Holmes FletcherWho's who in California (Volume 1942-43) → online text (page 73 of 235)