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EVERETT, Jr., Wallace Washburn,
A.B., LL.B.

District Attorney of Napa County.
Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Oct. 27, 1905;
s. of Eloise (Davis) and W. W. Everett.
Education : Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1927; LL.B.,
Boalt Hall of Law (U. of Calif.), 1930.
Married: Mignon, d. of Hazel S. and Homer
D. Swihart, in Ridgewood (N.J.), Oct. 10,
1932; ch. : Wallace W., Ill, and Jean R.
Prof. Record: Entered private practice of
law in Napa (Clallf.). 1931; Justice of the

Peace of Napa Township, ID.'M-.'iS; Dlst.
Attorney, Napa Co., 19.'J8 — .

Memberships: I'hl Gamma Delta; Masons,
Klks, Lions, Eagles.

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Golf, tennis, and fl.shlng.

Business Address: Napa Co. Court House,

Napa, Calif.

Home Address: 465 Jefferson, Napa, Calif.*

EVERSON, George, A.B.
Director, Farnsworth Television and Radio,

Born: Brighton (Ohio), Aug. 18, 1885; s. of
Mary (Collins) and Isaac Everson.
Education : Oberlin Coll.; Columbia Univ.,
(Grad. Student in Soc. Sci.)
Degrees: A.B., Oberlin Coll., 1908.
Bus. Record: Exec. Secty. Com. on Criminal
Courts (New York), 191.3-18; Regional Secty.
Nat. Tuberculosis Assn., 1919-21; field organ-
izing Amer. City Bur., 1921-23; Campaign
Mgr., Calif. State Automobile Assn., 1923-24;
Mem. firm Everson-Mowat Campaign Dirs.,
1924-31; became interested in radio inven-
tions of Philo T. Farnsworth, in May, 1926,
formed organization which later became
Farnsworth Television and Radio, Inc., and
has been Dir. Secy., and Treas., 1931 to 1940.
Army Service: Served as Private, U. S. Army,

Memberships: Presidio Golf Club (San Fran-
cisco) .

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Crocker Bldg., San Francisco,

Home Address: 3577 Jackson St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

EWER, Professor Bernard Capen, A.B.,
M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology, Pomona College.
Born: Vernon (Conn.), Oct. 5, 1877; s. of
Mary S. (Capen) and Charles H. Ewer.
Education: Taunton (Mass.), High Sch.;
Brown Univ. ; Harvard Univ.
Degrees: A.B., 1899, M.A., 1900, Brovwi U. ;
Ph.D., 1904, Harvard U.

Married: Florence Martin, d. of Suzanna
(Martin) and Allen Burt, in Providence (R.
I.), June 25, 1907.

Prof. Record: Instr., Asst. Prof. Philosophy,
Northwestern U., 1905-11; Prof. Philosophy,
Reed Coll., 1911-15; Prof. Philosophy., Brown
U., 1915-16; Prof., Psychology, Pomona Coll.,

Publications: College Study and College Life
(Boston), 1917; Applied Psychology (New
York), 1923; Social Psychology (New York),

Memberships: Delta Tau Delta, Phi Beta

Religion : Episcopal.

Politics : Independent.

Bus. Address; Pomona College, Claremont,

Home Address: 706 Indian Hill Blvd., Clare-
mont, Calif.

EYRE, Professor Thomas TCaylor),

B.S.. M.E.

Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Univ.
of So. Calif.



Born: Dolington (Pa.), 1883; s. of Emma D.
(Taylor) and Barclay Eyre.
Educatwn: Goorge Sch. ; Purdue Univ.
Deorees: B.S., in M.E.. 1905, and M.E.,
1927, Purdue U.

Married: Lora Alice, d. of N. B. Moore in
Lafavette (Ind.), Feb. 23, 1907.; ch.; Edith
E. White.

Prof. Record: Instr.. Purdue U., 1905-13;
Asst Prof. Case Sch. of Applied Science, 1913-
14; Asst. Prof., Purdue, 1914-17; Capt., U. S.
Enffrs., 1917-1919; Asst. Prof., Purdue, 1919-
20: Dean of Engrg., N.M. State U., 1920-26;
Prof., Mech. Engrg., U. of So. Ca if., 192&— •
Puhlications: Engines and Boilers (Mac-

Ariyiy Record: Capt. U. S. Engrs., 1917-19.
service in U. S. and France.
Memberships: S.P.E.E.; Amer. Soc. of Mech.

Religion: Friend (Quaker).
Politics: Republican.

Recreationf! : Gardening and handcrafts.
Bus. Address: Univ. of Southern California,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 2818 Dumfries Rd.. Los An-
geles, Calif.

Newton Theological Sch.; Univ. of So. Calif.;
Denison Univ.

Degrees: A.B., 1920, D.D., 1931, 111. Wesley-
an U • B.D., Andover Newton Theol. Sch.;
D.D., U. of So. Calif., 1934; L.H.D., Denison
U., 1940.

Married: Guinevere, d. of Dr. and Mrs. A. K.
Byrns, Champaign (111.), Aug. 7, 1923; ch.:
Byrns and Joanne.

Prof. Record: Pastor First Baptist Church,
Springfield (Mass.), 1923-30, First Baptist
Church, Los Angeles, since 1930.
Directorships: Mem. of Bd. of Edn., Northern
Baptist Convention; Advisory Bd. of The
Roger Williams Fellowship: Chmn. of Dept.
of Christian Edn. of So. Calif.
Publications: The Sin of Being Ordinary,
1934; This Questioning Age, 1936; 7s This
Religion? (all Jud.son Press), 1939.
Memberships: "C" Club; The Roger Williams
Fellowship; Northern Baptist Foreign Mis-
sion Soc. (Former Vice-Pres.)

Religion: Baptist.

Bus. Address: 760 So. Westmoreland Ave.,

Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 908 So. Muirfield Rd., Los

Angeles, Calif.

FACTOR. Jr.. Max

Creative Cosmetic Chemist.
Born: St. Louis (Mo.), Aug. 18, 1904: s. of
Jenny (Cook) and Max Factor.
Education: Public schs., Los Angeles (Calif.)
Married: Mildred, d. of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Cohn, Chicago (111.), Nov. 1, 1913; ch.: Don-
ald Lee and Mark Barry.
Prof Record: Collaborated with Max l-'aotur,
Sr in creation of motion picture and .society
make-up from 1920 until latter' s death m
1938- was joint creator, with his father, of
the "Color Harmony" theory which now
governs all general feminine cosmetic appli-
cation; also, in collaboration with his father,
perfected pan-chromatic motion picture make-
up for which Motion Picture Academy made
an especial Motion Picture Academy of Arts
& Sciences award in 1928; took over full
direction of the Max Factor Hollywood Make-
up Studios at time of his father's death;
personally created and perfected the tele-
vision make-up which is in use today, and
the "pan-cake" type of make-up which has
become such an important factor in modern
everyday cosmetic grooming.
Directorships Pres., Max Factor and Co.
Memberships: Mason.
Religion: Jewish.
Recreations: General sports.
Bus. Address: 1666 No. Highland Ave., Holly-
wood, Calif.

Home Address: 1804 Angeles Dr., Beverly
Hills, Calif.

FAGERBURG. The Reverend Frank
Benjamin, A.B., B.D., D.D., L.H.D.

Pastor of The First Baptist CTiurch of Los


Born- Slater (Miss.), May 30. 1898; s. of

Coral L. (Kemp) and Albert P. Fagerburg.

Education: 111. Wesleyan Univ.; Andover

FAIN, Sarah Lee Oden d'hal

Teacher, Lecturer, Legislator.
Born: Norfolk (Va.), Nov. 23, 1888; d of
Bettie (Gordon) and Edward Henry Oden

Education: Norfolk public schools; Leach
Wood Seminary; Univ. of Va.
Married: Walter Colauitt, s. of Nminie
(Graves) and Joel Cicero Fam, Calhoun
(Ga.), Sept. 8, 1917.

Prof Record: Teacher, pub. schs. (Norfolk),
1907-18- Critic Teacher. 1914-18: Mem. Va.
Houes of Delegates, 1923-29 (Chmn^. Com
on Schs. and Colls., 1928: Jo'^.* Com„ of
House and Senate on Schs. and Coils., 1928,
Mem., Appropriations Com 1926-28) : Mem
Exec. Com., Va. Dem. State Com 1922-29,
Del. to Va. Dem. State Co-v.. 1928: mad»
Hon. Mem. S.C. Hou<5e of Delegates and S.C.
State Tributaries, 1924-29: Com. on Gen.
Laws 1924-25: with Speakers Bur.. Dem.
Nat. Com., 1928-32: Dir., United States In-
formation Servicp. 1934; Proj^^t Mp^r.. Div_
of Subsistence Homesteads. U.S. Dent, or
the Interior, 1934-35: Regional Siir)ervisor of
Family Selection. Management D''.'.. Reset,
tlement Administration, 1935-38. D.»mocratic
candidate for Congress, 1930. Appointed by
Governor representative of Va. at Recreation
Congress. 1922, Nat. Conf. on Taxation,
192,3 1925 Nat. Inland Waterways Conv.,
1924' 1926, Nat. Ednl. Conf., 1922. Nat Tax
Conf 1'523 1925, Nat. Defense Day Com.,
1924," Inst. Pub. Affairs, 1930. Pres Wom-
an's Dept., Norfolk Council of Churches^
1920-23- Pres., Grace Saxe Bible Legion of
Norfolk', 1920-28: Former Dir., Girl Reserves,
Norfolk Y.W.C.A.

Publications: Many articles on "How to Tell
Stories to Children;" "The Art of Story Tell-
ing," etc., 1915-18.

Memberships: Am. Hist. Assn. : Nat. Econ.
League; Nat. League Women Voters; D.A.
R • U.D.C.; Am. Legion Auxiliary; Alpha
Kappa Pi; Bus. and Prof. Women's, Quota



IntcrnationnI, Woman's nnrl Norfolk Coun-
try cluhs.

Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Democrat.

RecreuHotm: IIlklnR. flshlriK, KiirdonInK, and

Home Address: 2271 K. California St., Snn
Marino, Calif.

FAIRWEATHER, Jr.. John Henry. B.J.
Ktlitor and Bus. Manager of The Rcedley

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), July 25, 1911;

s. of Theodocia Viola (England) and John

Henry Fairweathcr.

Education: Reedley (Calif.) elementary and

high schools; Fresno State Coll.; Univ. of


Degrees: B.J., U. of Mo., June 193.5.
Married: Mary Lucile Hogue, d. of Mrs.
Charles Abbey, Reedley (Calif.), Sept. 2,
1937; ch.: Mary Jo.

Bus. Record: Apprenticed Reedly Expon-
ent, leased business in 1935 with sister, pur-
chased sister's interest in 19.38.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreation: Golf, hunting, and fishing.
Bus. Address: 11.30 G St., Reedley, Calif.
nome Address: 1106 - 11th St., Reedley,

FALK, Adrien J.

Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. of S. & W. Fine
Foods, Inc.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.). Dec. 9, 1884;
s. of Jenny (Lindheimer) and Jerome Falk!
Education: Public schools of San Francisco.
Married: Helen Ruth, d. of William and
Helen Flanagan, San Francisco, Nov. 6,
1929: ch.: James Parker (stepson).
Bus. Record: Started work in 1899; was em-
ployed by S. & W. Fine Foods, Inc. as
clerk in 1906 and promoted through all
positions to present one of Vice-Pres. and
Gen. Mgr.

Directorships: S. &. W. Fine Foods, Inc.:
Calif. Conserving Co.; San Francisco Em-
ployers Council; Bd. of Trade of San Fran-
cisco; Anglo-Calif. National Bank; Assn. of
S.F. Distributors: Mt. Zion Hosp. (San
Francisco) .

Memberships: Concordia - Argonaut Club;
Commonwealth Club; Masons, Shrine, Elks.
Religion Jewish.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Horseback riding.

Bus. Address: 155 Berry St., San Francisco.

Home Address: 2506 Green St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif. •

FALK. Harry Wilson

Judge of the Superior Court. State of Calif.
Born: Humbolt Co. (Calif.), Dec. 23, 1889;
s. of Louise (Wasser) and Jonas Falk.
Education: Eureka High Sch., Humbolt Co.
(Calif.); studied law in private law office.
Married: Margaret Elizabeth, d. of Jane
(Kirkoatrick) and Malcolm McLarty, Stock-
ton (Calif.), Oct. 19, 1914; ch.: Harry Wil-
son, Jr., Donald James, and Marilyn Louise.

Pro/. Record: Admitted to priirllcc law
(Calif. ). 1918, Federal Court, 1918; Police
Judge. Eureka fCallf.), 1915-26; Judge, Sup-
erior Court, Slate of Calif., In and for the
Co. of Humbolt, 1926 -.

Memberships: B.P.O.E. Elks; Knlghfs of Py-
thias (Past Grand Chancellor and Mem.,
Supreme Tribunal); Kiwanis (Past Lieut.
Gov.); Redwood Area Council, Boy Scouts
(Past Pres.); Eureka Community Chest

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Fi.shing and bridge.

Bus. Address: Court, Eureka, Calif.

Home Address: 9.32 C St., Eureka, Calif.

FALTINGS, John Elmer

Manager, Orland Orange Growers Assn.,

Born: Island of Fohr (German possession).
May 1. 1884: s. of Caroline (Ariansen) and
Volkert Faltings.

Education: Elementary Schs., San Francisco
and Petaluma; Calif. High School (S.F.);
Calif. Business Coll.

Married: Lynne E., d. of Benton M. Cooper,
Sacramento (Calif.), Aug. 25, 1918.
Bus. Record: Real estate firm colonizing U.S.
Orland Irrigation Project. 1909-11, developed
lands, 1911-17: wholesale and retail feed,
grain and seed, during that time developed
orange and olive acreage: 1923, organized
Orland Orange Growers Assn.. Inc., Pres.
until 1924, Mgr. to date: 1926, organized
Calif. Olive Growers Exchange, Pres. and
Managing Dir. from then to date: organized
Orland Olive Growers Assn., 1926, affiliate
of the Calif. Olive Growers Exchange (was
first Pres. and Mgr. until 1934), Calif. Olive
Grower Exchange duties caused its relin-
quishment; helped organize Orland Creamery
Co. (a cooperative) and was Secy, until it
sold out to Northern Calif. Milk Producers
Assn. ; just preceding April, 1940, Mayor,
City of Orland (three terms, six years).
Directorships: Calif. Olive Growers Ex-
change: Orland Olive Growers Assn.; Or-
land Orange Growers Assn., Inc.
Army Service: Co. C, 5th Inf. Calif. Nat.
Guard: Co. K, 5th Inf. Calif. National
Guard; Troop A. Cavalrv Calif. Nat. Guard;
1st Lt. Home Guard Co. 118. 1918.
Memberships: Free & Accepted Masons.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Hunting, fishing and mountain

Bu^. Address: Orland Orange Growers Assn.,
Tehama St., at Flailroad, Orland, Calif.
Hovie Address: 324 First St., Orland, Calif.
Other Addresses: Mill Creek, Calif.

FARIES, David Raid. A.B., J.D.

Lawyer, Partner, Firm of Faries & Mc-

Born: Weihsien, Shantung (C^Jhina), May 13,

1891; s. of Priscilla (Chittick) and William

Reid Faries.

Education: Occidental Coll.; Univ. of So.

Calif. Law Sch. ; Southwestern Law School.

Degrees: A.B., Occidental Coll., 1911; J.D.,

Southwestern Law Sch., 1914.

Married: Helen Faye. d. of G. J. Fifield. in



LOS Angeles (Calif.), Oct. 7, 1913; ch.: Anne
Faye. Dorothy Helen.

Pro/. Record: Formerly Deputy Public De-
fender of Los Angeles Co., Deputy County
Counsel of Los Angeles Co., General Counsel
for tlie Automobile Club of So. Calif.; now
Mem., firm of Faries & McDowell.
Directorships: Universal Consolidated Oil
Co • Brogdex Co.; Thermador Electrical
Mfg Co ; Vegetable Oil Products Co., Inc.;
Chapman's Ice Cream Co.; District Bond Co.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 1275 Subway Terminal Bldg.,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 508 No. Las Palmas, Los
Angeles, Calif.

FARIES. Mclntyre. A.B., J.D.


Boryi: China, April 17, 1896; s. of Priscilla
Ellen (Chittick) and William Reid Fanes.
Edtication: South Pasadena and Los Angeles
high schools; Occidental Coll.; Univ. of So.
Calif.; Southwestern Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Occidental Coll., 1920; J.D.,
Southwestern U., 1926.

Married: Margaret Lois, d. of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Shorten, Los Angeles (Calif.), Oct.
7, 1922; ch.: Barbara Lois, Margaret Ann.
Prof Record: Admitted to practice in 1922;
Asso. Counsel, Legal Dept. of Automobile
Club of So. Calif., 1922-24; Deputy of Los
Angeles Co. Pub. Defender, 1924-26; Dep-
uty Co. Counsel, 1926-27; Instr., Southwest-
ern U., 1926-27; private practice since 1927.
Directorships: Dir. and Vice-Pres. of Sixth
Agricultural Dist. of Calif.; Past Pres. Oc-
cidental Coll. Alumni Assn.; Chairman of
Republican Campaign Committee for So.
Cal ; Mem. Bd. of Edn., So. Pasadena, San
Marino High Sch. Dist.

Navy Service: Enlisted as Seaman, 2nd
Class, July, 1917; Commd. Ensign, 1918;
released from active duty, Feb., 1919.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Gamma
Delta, Oneonta Club, Lincoln Club.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Mountaineering, traveling.
Bus Address: 1275 Subway Terminal Bldg.,
417 So. Hill St., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 2464 Ridgeway Rd., San
Marino, Calif.

FARLEY. Dean Fred Long. A.B., M.A.,

Dean, College of the Pacific.
Born: Battle Creek (Mich.), Dec. 20, 1884;
s. of Luella (Long) and William D. Farley.
Education: Battle Creek High Sch.; Albion
College (Mich.); Leland Stanford Jr. Univ.
Degrees: A.B., 1907, MA. 1911, Albion
Coll.; Ph.D., Leland Stanford Jr. U., 1923.
Married: CJertrude. d. of William A. Allen
Reed City (Mich.), Aug. 8, 1907; ch.: Kemp
L., Erwin C, and David P.
Prof. Record: High sch. teacher, 1907-09;
Prof of Greek and History, Kan. Wesleyan
U 1909-18- Prof, of Ancient Languages,
Coll of the' Pacific, 1918—; Dean of Men,
1920-28; Dean, Coll. of the Pacific since
1928- Prof, of Ancient Languages, Stockton
Junior Coll., 1936—.

Publications: Art of Language (Stanford

Univ. Press), 1938; various articles, short

stories, poems.

Memberships: Delta Tau Delta; Masons,

Scottish Rite, Shrine; Amer. Classical

League; Amer. Philological Assn.; Classical of Pacific States (Secy, and Treas.).

Religion: Methodist.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Coll. of the Pacific, Stockton,


Home Address: 217 W. Knoles Way, Stockton,


FARLOW. Arthur Clark, A.B.
Vice-Pres., J. Walter Thompson Co.
Born- New Rochelle (N.Y.), Nov. 29, 1904;
s. of Jessie Buxton (Clark) and Edwm
Castle Farlow.

Education: New Rochelle grammar and high
schs (NY); Columbia Univ.; Art Students
League (N.Y.); N. Y. Sch. of Fine and Ap-
plied Arts.

Degrees: A.B., Columbia, 1926.
Bus Record: Joined the J. Walter Thompson
Co in Apr., 1927; left to open offices of
the companv in So. Amer., Jan., 1929, served
there as Mgr. until Dec, 1934, at which
time he was transferred to San Francisco;
Mgr at St. Louis office in 1936, and In
Oct., 19.36 was made Pac. Coast Mgr.;
elected Vice-Pres. in Jan., 1939.
Directorships: Dir., St. Francis Yacht Club.
Publications: Numerous articles in advertis-
ing journals.

Memberships: Delta Upsilon; Columbia Univ.

Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Independent.
Recreations: Yachting, golf.
Bus. Address: 100 Bush St., San Francisco,

Home Address: 215 Marina Blvd., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

FARNHAM, The R'^verend Elbert
Charles, A.B., D.D.

Executive Secretary, Church Federation of
Los Angeles.

Born: Sutter Creek (Calif.). 1892: s of
Ella May (Buchle) and Hubert H. Farnham.
Education: Dallas College (Ore.); Western
Union College, Le Mars (Iowa).
Degrees: A.B., Western Union Coll., 1918;
D.D., Albany Coll. (Ore.), 1928.
Married: Laura A., d. of Irwin Boyer, Red-
dick (111.); ch.: two sons, one daughter.
Prof Record: Freight Claim Agent, Parr
McCormick S. S. Line; Pastor, Portland
(Ore ) 1919-25; Exec. Secy., Council of
Churches, Portland, 1925-38; Exec. Secy.,
Church Federation of Los Angeles, 1938 — .
Memberships: Kiwanis.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf, reading.
Bus. Address: 129 W. Second St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 1900 Hill Dr., Eagle Rock,



FARNHAM, Herbert Hamilton. D.D.S.

Di'iilal Surgeon.

Born: Buffalo (N.Y.). Aug. 1-1, 1878: s. of
Carrie (^oombs) and Ammi M. Furnham.
Education: Univ. of So. Calif. (Los An-

Degrees: D.D.S., U. of So. Calif., 1908.

Married: Alice Cotton, d. of Jay T. Wal<e-

ficld, Orange (Calif.), Dec. 20, 1909.

Prof. Record: Practiced dentistry, San Diego

(Calif.), for over 32 yrs. ; specializing in

dental surgery.

Metnberships: Psi Omega (dental frat.).

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Constructing concert violins.

Bus. Address: Watts Bldg., 520 E St., San

Diego, Calif.

Home Address: 3229 Fourth Ave., San Diego,


FARNSWORTH. Major General Charles
Stewart. D.S.M., U.S.Army, B.S.
Army Officer (retired).

Born: Lycoming County (Pa.), Oct. 29, 1862;
s. of Sarah (Moore) and Isaac Francis
Farnsvvorth. ^

Education: Public schools and Carrier Sem-
inary (Clarion, Pa.); U. S. Military Acad.,
West Point (New York).

Degrees: B.S., West Point Military Acad.,
grad. 1887, degree given 1938.
Married: (1) Laura, d. of Margaret and
Robert Galey, Allenport (Pa.), July 20, 18S7
(dec); ch.: Robert James. (2) Helen D.,
d. of Rebecca F. and James H. Bosard,
Grand Forks (N. Dak.), Nov. 28, 1894.
Prof. Record: Cadet, U.S.M.A., 1883-87; 2nd
Lt., 1st Lt., Capt. Major, Lieut. Col., Col.,
Major Gen. and Chief of Infantry, U. S.
Regular Army, 1887-1925; Brig. Gen. and
Major Gen., Nat. Army, 1917-18. Served in
various States of U. S., in Cuba, Alaska,
the Philippines, Hawaiian Islands, Porto
Rico, Panama, Me.xico, France and Belgium.
Has engaged only in local civic affairs in
Altadena and Los Angeles County (Calif.),
since retirement from regular Army.
Directorships: Alladena Citizens Assn., L. A.
County Conservation Assn. ; La Viiia Sana-
torium and Girls Health Sch.
Awards: U. S. Silver Star and Distinguished
Service Medal; Commander of Belgian Order
of Leopold II; Croix de Guerre, and Com-
mander, Legion d'Honneur (France).
Memberships: Twilight Club (Pasadena).
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Baseball, football, and lawn

H07ne Address: 430 E. Las Flores Dr., Alta-
dena, Calif.

FARQUAR. Agnes Stephens (pen name
Joy O'Hara)

City Clerk and Tax Collector of Santa Rosa.
Born: New Richmond (Wis.), Mav 22, 1891-
d. of Mary Elizabeth (Padden) and Anthony
H. Stephens.

Education: Public schools, Sonoma County

Married: Ben H. Farquar, Reno (Nev.), July
3, 1933.

Bus. Record: Office Mgr. for C. C. Dono-
van (Hop Merchant and Exporter), l.'i yrs •
has worked for City of .Santa Rosa for last
10 yrs., now serving as City Clerk and Tax
Collector; active as a writer for many years
under pen name of Joy O'Hara; has sold
poems and articles to all the leading east-
ern magazines and newspapers.
Bus. Address: City Hall, .Santa Rosa, Calif.

Home Address: 848 Third St., Santa Rosa.
Calif. •

FARQUHAR. Francis Peloubet. A B

Partner, Farquhar and Heimbucher (Ac-

Born: Newton (Mass.), Dec. 31, 1887; s
of Grace Thaxter (Peloubet) and David
Webber Farquhar.

Education: Newton High School; Harvard

Degrees: A.B., Harvard, 1909.
Married: Marjory, d. of Caroline (Howard)
and Plenry S. Bridge, Yosemite (Calif.),
Dec. 21, 1934; ch.: Peter (b. June 6, 1938)-
Suzanne (b. Sept. 23, 1940).
Prof. Record: Practiced accounting since
1909, under own name or in partnership
since 1922. Partner, Farquhar and Heim-
bucher, 1938—. Vice-Pres., Calif. Soc. of
Certified Public Accountants.
Publications: Decisions in regard cost of
naval vessels building under cost-plus con-
tracts. Navy Dept., 1919; Mount Olympus
(San Francisco), 1929 (with Aristides E
Phoutrides) ; Editor Up and Down Cali-
fornia, 1860-64 (the journal of William H
Brewer; Yale U. Press), 1930; Place Names
of the High Sierra (Sierra Club), 1926;
Exploration of the Sierra Nevada (Calif'
Hist. Soc), 1925; The Literature of Moun-
taineering (Appalachia Mt. Club, Boston),
1940; Editor, new edition of Clarence King's
Mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada (W.
W. Norton, New York), 1935; articles on
"Sequoia," "Sierra Nevada" and "Yosemite,"
in Encyclopedia Britannica, 1940; contribu-
tions to periodicals on mountaineering sub-
jects; Editor, Sierra Club Bulletin, since 1926.
Navy Service: Lieut., U. S. Naval Reserve,
on active duty June 1, 1917 to April 4, 1919.
Memberships: Sierra Club (Dir., former
Pres.); Amer. Alpine Club (Vice-Pres.),
Calif. Acad, of Sciences (Treas.); Harvard
(San Francisco-Pres.), Commonwealth (Bd.
of Governors), and Bohemian clubs; Occi-
dental Lodge, No. 22, F. & A. M. ; Scot-
tish Rite Mason; Calif. Hist. Soc; Chit
Chat; E Clampus Vitus: Amer. Inst, of Ac-
countants; Nat. Assn. of Cost Accountants.
Religion: Christian Science.
Politics: Willkie Republican.
Recreations: Mountaineering, travel, book-
collecting and hist, research.

Bus. Adress: 220 Bush St., San Francisco,

Home Address: 2900 Garber St., Berkeley.
Calif. .

FARQUHAR. Samuel Thaxter, A.B.

Manager, University of California Press.
Born: Newton (Mass.), May 10, 1890; s of
Grace Thaxter (Peloubet) and David Webber

Education: Public schs. of Newton (Mass ) •
Harvard Univ.



Degrees: A.B., Harvard U., 1912.
Married- Helen, d. of C. M. Leete, at San
Fr"a"ds'co (Calif.), July 2. 1922; ch^ Rob-
ert Leete, Francis Nelson, and Jean Mather.
Prof Record: Left own printing business in
San Francisco to accept appointment as
Mgr. of Calif. Press (the publishing and
printing dept. of the Univ.) on July 1. 1932.
Publications: Occasional papers in periodi-
cals in the fields of science, publishing, 11-
brarianship and printing.
Army Service: Private, Infantry, 1918.
Memberships: F.& A.M. ; Faculty and Rox-
burghe clubs (San Francisco); P.E.N.
Religion: Christian.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Book collecting.
Bus. Address: Univ. of California Press,
Berkeley, Calif.

FARRAND. Beatrix (Cadwalader).

M.A., L.H.D., F.A.S.L.A.
Landscape Gardener.

Born- New York, June 19, 1872; d. of Mary
Cadwalader (Rawle) and Frederick Rhme-
lander Jones.

Education: Studied under Charles Sprague
Sargent (Dir. of Arnold Arboteum of Har-
vard). ._e
Degrees: M.A. (honorary) , Yale U • 1926,

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