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L.H.D. (honorary), Smith College, 1938.
Married: Max Far rand, Dec. 17, 1913.
Prof. Record: Designed gardens and grounds
for the following: late Clement B. Newbo Id
of Jenkintown (Pa.), 1898 (now destroyed).
Graduate College of P"nceton U., 191^.
Herbert L Satterlee, Bar Harbor (Me.),
1916 G H. Milliken, Northeast Harbor
(Me') 1921; Robert Woods Bliss, Washing-
ton DC 1 1922; various bldgs. at U. of Chi-
cago 1930-31. Supervising Landscape Gar-
dener, Princeton U., since 1915; Cons Land-
scape Gardener, Yale U. since 1922, U. of
Chicago, since 1933; Oberlin Coll. 1939
Landscape gardening at Dartington Hall and
Estates, Totnes, .Devonshire Eng ), 1933,
Occidental Coll., Los Angeles (Calif.), 1937.
Memberships: Fellow (Charter Mem. ), A.S
L A • Hon. Mem., A.I.A., 1940. Colony ana
Cosmopolitan (New York) clubs.
Bus. Address: Bar Harbor, Me.
Home Address: Reef Point, Bar Harbor, Me.

FARRAND, Max. A.B., A.M., Ph D.,
L.H.D., LL.D., F.G.B.S., F.A.A.A.S.

Director, Henry E. Huntington Library and
Art Gallery. ,

Born: Newark (N.J.). Mar. 29, 1869; s. of
Louise (Wilson) and Samuel A. Farrand.
Education: Princeton; grad. study in history,
Leipzig and Heidelberg.

Degrees- A.B., 1892, A.M., 1893, Ph.D.,
1896, Princeton U.; Hon. A.M ad eund
Wesieyan, 1900, Yale, 1908; L-H.D Wes-
leyan U., Middletown (Conn.), 1928 LL D ,
Occidental Coll. and Pomona ColL, 1928.
U.S.C., 1930, U. of Mich., 1931, U.C., 193/.
Married: Beatrix Jones, Dec. 17, 1913.
Prof. Record: Instr., Asso. Prof, and Prof,
of History, Wesieyan U., 1896-1901; Prof,
and Head of Dept. «£ H'^tory, Stanford,
1901-08; Prof, of Amer. History, Yale, 1908-
25; Gen. Dir., 1919-21, Adviser in EdnK Re-
search, 1921-25; Dir., Div. Edn., 1925-27,

Commonwealth Fund; Dir., Henry E Hun-
tington Library and Art Gallery, 1927-41,
Research Associate, 1941 — .
Memberships: Trustee, Calif. Inst., Tech.,
since 1933; Advisory Bd., Guggenheim Mem-
orial Foundation; Fellow, N.Y. Geneal. and
Biog. Soc, Amer. Acad. Arts and Sciences;
Trustee Amer. Acad, in Rome since 1940;
Amer. Antiq. Soc; Amer. Philos. Soc: Amer.
Hist. Assn. (Pres., 1940); Corr. Mem., Mass.
Hist. Soc; Colonial Soc. of Mass.; Asso,
NY. Hist. Soc: Century, Grolier (N.Y.),
Athenaeum (Pasadena), Sunset. Calilornia
and Zamorana (Los Angeles) clubs.
Publications: Author: Legislation of Congress
for Government of Organized Territories of
United States (1789-1895), 1896; Transla-
tion of Jellinek's Declaration of Rights of
Man and of Citizens, 1901; Framing of Con-
stitution. 1913; Developme<nt of United
States 1918; Fathers of the Constitution,
1921. Editor, Records of Federal Conven-
tion of 1787. 3 vols., 1911, 4th vol., 1937;
M V H Dwight's A Journey to Ohio m 1810,
1913'; Contrb. to American Historical Review
and other hist, periodicals.
Bus. Address: Huntington Library, San Ma-
rino, Calif.
Home Address: Bar Harbor, Maine.

FARRAR. Hal Gordon, A.B.

Treasurer. Hull Hotels.

Born: Springdale (Ark.), Nov. 6, 1900; s.
of Dora (Dailey) and W. T. Farrar.
Education: Kemper Military School, Boone-
ville (Mo.); Wisconsin Univ.; Havenord

Degrees: A.B., Haverford Coll., 1923.
Married: Margaret E., d. of C. W. Nixon,
Los Angeles (Calif.), 1924; ch.: Hal G., Jr.,
William R., and Gloria Jean.
Bus. Record: Came to Calif., 1923; asso.
with First Nat. Bank of San Gabriel as
Vice-Pres. and Dir. until 1931; Dir., First
Nat Co., until 1931. Cashier and Dir.,
Pasadena Savings Bank (remaining as Dir.
and inactive Vice-Pres. of Bank in San
Gabriel), 1925-36; remained in that capa-
city until Pasadena Savings Bank was
merged with Bank of America, NT & SA,
became Mgr., Allen-Colorado branch, until
1938; resigned to become Treas., Hull Ho-
tels of Calif., 1938—. Secy., Roosevelt
Hotel Co. since June, 1935.
Army Service: Mem. of Reserve Officers
Training Corps while at Kemper Mil. Sch.
(grad. June, 1918), accepted for Officers
Training Camp in Oct., 1918; received at
Camp Pike in Nov., 1918, just before the
termination of World War I.
Memberships: Haverford Coll. Triangle Soc;
Founders Club; Civitan International.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Independent.

Recreations: Camping, trout fishing and fly

Bus. Address: 7000 Hollywood Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 212 So. El Molino, Alham-
bra, Calif. Other: Roosevelt Hotel, Holly_^
wood, Calif.

FARRELL, Brig. General Patrick
Joseph Hoshie. C.N.G., M.D., F.A.C.S.
Army Officer (retired).
Born: Calcutta (India). Mar. 18. 1863; s.



of l^oulse Ilolon ((iormanston) iind Gen.
G. T. Farrell.

Education: Calcutta; EnKlanil; Calif.: Univ.
of Ky.

Degrees: M.D., U. of Kv.. 18;)2: F.A.C.S.,

Married: Edna Clare Grcat.slnRer, Sept. 2,
1896; ch.: Walter Greal.slnger (U.S.M.C.),
Helen G. (Mrs. Edgar G. Grossman), Jerome
G., and Louise G. (dec).
Anuf/ Record: Lieut., Capt., Cavalry, Egyp-
tian Soudan, and A fond i Wars, 188.1-86; Col.,
Brig. Gen. (Cavalry), Ciiilean War, 1889-90;
Capt., Spanish-Amer. and Philippine Wars;
commd. first company of U. S. troops land-
ing in P.r., June 30, 1898; Maior, 1901, Col.
(Cavalry), 1908, Comdr.-in-Ciiief, Armv of
Philippine Vets., 1908-09; Comdr. -in-Chief,
Vets, of Foreign Wars of U. S., 1917-18;
Past Comdr., Amer. Legion Post. Organ-
ized the Boy Scouts of Amer., 1909; pro-
moted Boy Scouts 1000-mile relay race,
Washington-Chicago, 1913. Prof., Military
Med. Hygiene, 1910-16; Comdg. Officer, Ad-
vance Sector IIosp., A.E.F., France. 1918-19;
Surgeon Gen. Mil. Order, World War, 1925,
Col., Res. U.S.A.; Brig. Gen., Adj. Gen.,
Calif. Nat. Guard; Dir., Mil. and Veteran
affairs, 1939.

Aivards: Citation, "for meritorius service
under fire of the enemy"; Silver Star
medal; Medal of Valor, "for gallantry in
action"; World War Victory medal; French
Medaille Interalliee De La Victoire; Medaille
On Ne Passe Pas, Verdun Defense.
Memberships: Army and Navy (life mem.,
ex-Pres.); Chicago Athletic (life mem.);
Authors, White Paper, Army and Navy
(Washington, D.C.); St. George's (London,
England), Los Angeles Athletic, and Jona-
than (Los Angeles) clubs.

Home Address: 2205 W. Si.xth St., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

FARROW, William Wellington, LL.B.


Boryi: Near Roanolte (Va.), Nov. 8, 1880;
s. of Emma Christian (McComb) and Wil-
liam Johnston Farrow.

Education: Richmond public school; Augusta
Military Acad.; Richmond Coll.; Roanoke
Coll.; Washington and Lee Univ., Lexing-
ton (Va.).

Degrees: LL.B., Washington and Lee U.,

Prof. Record: After graduation in 1903,
practiced law in Richmond (Va.), until
1909. Went to Amarillo (Texas), practiced
law until 1911. Came to Los Angeles
(Calif.), May, 1911, maintaining a law of-
fice in same until 1923; moved office to
Inglevvood in 1923, remaining there until the
present time.

Directorships: Officer of Manchester Ave.
Co.; Chapman Chinchilla Sales Co.; Chin-
chilla Sales Corp.; Chapman Chinchilla Sales
Co. of Canada, Ltd.

Memberships: Masonic Lodge, No 421 (In-
glewood); Phi Gamma Delta; Soc. of Sons
of Revolution; Amer. Bar Assn., L. A. Bar
Assn.. Inglewood Bar Assn.; Kiwanis Club

Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Non-partisan.
Recreations: Golt.


liun. AddreHs: Bank of America Bldg., In-
glewood, Calif.

Home Addrens: .35.'{2 W. a3rd St., Ingle-
wood, Calif. •

TAUGHT. Willis Ellsworth. B.S.

School Superintendent (retired).
Horn: Emporia Kan.), 1875; s. of Anna S.
(Pyyne) and Joseph Faught.
Education: Eureka (Kan., High School; So.
Kan. Acad.; State Teachers' Coll., Em-
poria (Kan. I; Iowa Christian Coll.; Phono-
graphic Inst., Cincinnati (Ohio) ; Stanford
Univ.; Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: B.S., Iowa Christian Coll., 1906.
Married: Minnie, d. of John B. Ma.son, Eu-
reka (Kan.), 1898; ch.; Neva Burns.
Prof. Record: Newspaper publisher. Advo-
cate, Yates Center (Kan.), two yrs. ; Mgr.,
creamery, one yr. ; served for many yrs. as
City Supt. of Schs. in Modesto and Mem.
of State Council of Education for Calif.

Memberships: Rotary Club; Masonic Fra-

Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: GoU, tennis, and landscaping.

Home Address: 1939 San Antonio Ave.,

Berkeley, Calif.

FAUVER. James Ray

Fruit Grower.

Born: Eaton Township (Lorain Co., Ohio),
March 10, 1880; s. of Martha Victoria
(Thayer) and Alonzo B. Fauver.
Education: Public schools, Elyria (Ohio).
Married: Caribel, d. of Priscilla and Rich-
ard Thew, of Lorain (Ohio), at Exeter
(Cailf.), March 9, 1912; ch.: Mrs. Stanley
F. Curry.

Bus. Record: Engaged in the manufacture
of telephones and switchboards, Elyria
(Ohio) and Buffalo (N.Y.); later manufac-
turer of trucks and automobiles; 1912 be-
came interested in fruit growing industry
in Calif. ; was one of Charter Members,
E.xeter Citrus Assn. (affiliated with Calif.
Fruit Growers Exchange). Apptd. Mem.,
Tulare County Water Commn., 1929, spon-
soring building of Central Valley Project;
later represented Calif, as Dir. of Nat.
Reclamation Assn. in upbuilding of the
West through irrigation and reclamation.
Directorships: Vice-Pres., Exeter Citrus
Assn. (Calif.); Mem. of Advisory Bd., Bank
of America, Exeter branch; Dir., Central
Valley Project Assn.; Nat. Reclamation
Assn.; Secy. -Mgr., Tulare Co. Bd. of Trade;
Chmn., Tulare Co. Water Commn.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Gardening and fishing.

Bus. Address: Municipal Auditorium, Visa-
lia, Calif.

Ho7ne Address: P. O. Box 5, Exeter, Calif.

FAVILLE, William Baker. F.A.I.A.

Born: San Andreas (Calif.), Nov. 13, 1866;
s. of Emma Louisa (Baker) and Charles

Education: Public schools of western New
York and Mass. Inst. Tech.


Married: Ada Cockbaine of England (dec,
1929), Sept. 20, 1901.

Bus. Record: Office McKim. Mead & White
Architects (N.Y.), 1895-1898; Mem., firm of
Bl'ss & Faville (S.F.>. 1898-1925; indepen-
dent practice since 1926. Fellow American
Institute of Architects (Pres., 1922-24).
Memberships: Mechanics Institute; San Fran-
cisco Art Assn., Carmcl Art Assn., Marin
County Art Assn.; Philharmonic Concert
Assembly; San Francisco Architectural Club.
Chibs- Pacific Union, Bohemian, and Com-
monwealth clubs; English Speaking Union.
Bus. Address: No. 1 Montgomery St., San
Francisco, Calif.
Ho77ie Address: Sausalito, Calif.

FAWCETT. Professor Howard S., B.S.,
Mrs., Ph.D.

Prof of Plant Pathology, Univ. of Calif.
Born: Salem (Ohio), April 12, 1877; s. of
Sidney Ann (Bonsall) and Thomas F. Faw-

Education: Salem High School; Westtown
School (Pa.); Iowa State College; Johns
Hopkins Univ., Baltimore (Md.).
Degrees: B.S., Iowa State Coll., 1905; M.S.,
U. of Fla., 1908; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins U.,

Married: F. Helen, d. of Ole T. Tostenson, at
Le Grand (Iowa), Sept. 15, 1909; ch.: Rosa-
mond A.

Prof. Record: Asst. in Botany and Horti-
culture U. of Fla. (Gainesville), 1905-06;
Plant Pathologist, Fla. E.xperimental Sta-
tion, 1906-12; Plant Pathologist State Com.
of Horticulture, Sacramento (Calif.), lai^-
13; Asso. Plant Pathologist and Asso Prof,
of Plant Pathology, U. of Calif., 1913-18;
Prof., Plant Pathology, U. of Calif., 1918—;.
Collaborator, Bureau Plant Ind. Plant In-
trod. Div., 1929-30 (North Africa).
Publications: Citrus Diseases and Their
Control (McGraw Hill Book Co.), 1st ed..
1926, 2nd ed., 1936; also 217 bulletins and
papers on scientific subjects.
Memberships: Sigma Psi Fraternity, Phi
Beta Kappa; Amer. Mycological Soc, West-
ern Soc. of Naturalists, Bot. Soc. of Amer.,
Phytopathol. Soc. of Amer.; Wash. Acad.

Religion: Society of Friends.
Recreations: Scientific excursions, collecting

Bus. Address: Citrus Exp. Station, River-
side, Calif.

Ho7ne Address: 3594 Larchwood, Riverside,

FEELY, The Reverend Raymond T.,

S.J., A.B., M.A., LL.B., LL.D.
Dean of Faculties, Univ. of San Francisco.
Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Aug. 31, 1895;
s. of Elizabeth (Monahan) and Michael Jo-
seph Feely.

Education: St. Ignatius High School; Univ.
of San Francisco.

Degrees: A.B., 1914, M.A., 1915, LL.B.,
1917, LL.D., 1923, Univ. of S.F.
Prof Record: Graduate studies, Weston
College (Mass.), 1927-31; Prof., Industrial
Ethics, U. of S.F., 1931-35; Prof. Con-
temporaneous Political Philosophy, 1935-38,
Dean of the Faculties, U. of S.F., 1938—.

Publications: Nazism vs. Religion; What Is
Conimunism?; Commwiis7n and C7»iion Labor;
Co7n77iunis7n and Morals; C'o?nmM»iis?n, Fas-
cism, the U.S.A.

Religion: Roman Catholic, Society of Jesus.
Politics: Non-partisan.

Ho7ne Address: 2130 Fulton St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

FENDLER. Harold Altman. A.B., J.D.

Born: St. Louis (Mo.), Feb. 19, 1902; s of
Grace M. (Altman) and Henry S. Fendler.
Education: Hollywood High School; Stan-
ford Law School; Harvard Law School.
Degrees: A.B., 1922, J.D., 1923, Stanford;
post graduate work. Harvard Law School,

Married: Miriam M. Olden, at Los Ange-
les (Calif.), March 8, 1933; ch.: Robert
Harold and Douglas Marshall.
Prof Record: Admitted to Calif. State Bar,
1923- specialized in law of copyright and
literary property constinuously from 1923 — .
Widely known Consultant and Trial Lawyer.
Memberships: Delta Sigma Rho Fraternity ;
F& AM., Palo Alto Lodge 346; Scottish
Rite Shrine, Al Malaikah Temple.
Poltics: Independent Republican.
Recreations: Tennis, swimming.
Bus. Address: Pershing Square Bldg., 448
So. Hill St., Los AngelRes, Calif.
Ho7ne Address: 2489 No. Edgemont St., Los
Angeles, Calit.

FENNER, Professor Marie Manchee,

A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor of Physical Education,
Stanford University.

Born: Toronto (Can.), Oct. 14 1903; d of
Eleanora (Taylor) and Leonard Wm. Man-

Education: Santa Barbara Girls' School;
Stanford Univ.; Wellesley Coll.
Degrees: A.B., Stanford, 1927; M.A., Wel-
lesley, 1930.

Married: Bradford L., s. of Bradford C.
Fenner, in Carmel (Calif.), 1940.
Prof. Record: Taught at Monmouth Jr.
High Sch., 1927-28, Fresno State Coll., 1930-
34 Stanford, 1934—; summer sessions of
1931, '32, '33.

P7iblicatio7is : Article in Journal of Health
and Physical Education, 1932, From Tad-
pole to Seal: Swimmi7ig in a Summer Camp.

Memberships: Pi Lambda Theta; Amer.

Camping Assn.; Amer. Assn. of Health,

Physical Edn. and Recreation.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreation: Palo Alto Badminton Club.

Bus. Address: Stanford University, Calif.


Home Address: 139 Yale Rd., Menlo Park,

FENSTON. Earl J.. A.B.


Born- Mt. Jewett (Pa.), Mar. 31, 1895; s.

of Catherine (Brown) and George M. Fen-


Education: Univ. of Calif.; Harvard; Univ.

de Caen (France).


WHO'S WHO in California

Degree: AM., V. of Calif., 1915.
Married: Emma, d. nf Herman Hrlx, nt
Fresno (Calif.); ch.: IJrlx and Jnmos.
Prof. Rernrd: Attorney at Law pracllolnR In
Fresno slnee World War I ; Mnnager, Brl.x
Estate Co.

Army Record: In army. May, 1917 - Aug.,
1919, 1st Lieut., Field Artillery, Batlle
Meuse - Argonne, with Army of Oc-

Clubs: University Sequoia (Fresno). .Sunny-
side Country (Fresnol and Monterey Penin-
sula Country clubs.
RcIit}io7i : Episcopal .
Politic!!: Republican.
Recreations: Hunting, fishing, and golf.
Bus. Address: 610 Brix Bldg.. Fresno, Calif.
Home Address: Route 3, Box 5.34, Fresno,
Calif. •


Public Relations Counselor.
Born: Decatur (III), July 23. 1901; d. of
Emelie (de Blanc> and Fred Ferguson.
Education : Grammar school, Decatur and
Chicago (111.); Nicholas Sr. High School
(Chicago) : Academy of Fine Arts.
Married: (11 William Russell, June, 1925
(dec, 1929) ; (21 Richard L., s. of Alfred
E. Hargreaves, Los Angeles (Calif.), Dec.
7, 1930.

Bus. Record: Started as motion picture ac-
tress at Essanay Studio (Chicago), age 13,
doing extra \vorI<: first lead at age of 15;
left for New York at 16 to pursue acting
career: worked in insurance office for six
months; made propaganda picture for gov-
ernment; sent to Calif, by Samuel Goldwj'n,
1919; went on stage, 1927; retired, 1930;
started publicity bus., 1933.
Religion: Christian Science.
Recreations: Reading, swimming, and sun-

Btis. Address: 8619 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood,

Home Address: 631 No. Las Palmas, Holly-
wood, Calif.

FERGUSON. Lauretta M.. A.B., M.A.

Vice-Principal, Sacramento Senior High Sch.
Born: Ontario (Can.), Feb. 1, 1877; d. of
Amelia (Reynolds) and Rev. Andrew J. Fer-

Education: Univ. of Michigan; Univ. of
Calif.; Columbia Univ.; Univ. of Colo.
Degrees: A.B., U. of Mich., 1902: M.A.,
Columbia U., 1917.

Prof. Record: History Teacher, Illinois and
Michigan; History Teacher, Sacramento
(Calif.), 1912-21; Vice-Principal, Sacramento
Senior High Sch., since 1921.
War Service: Served with YMCA in (3er-
many and France in 1919.
Memberships: Delta Kappa Gamma; P.E.O.;
Amer. Assn. of Univ. Women.
Religion: Methodist - Episcopal.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Gardening and travel.
Bus. Address: Sacramento Senior High Sch.,
Sacramento, Calif.

Home Address: 2545 Donner Way. Sacra-
mento, Calif. •


Auliior, .Scon;irlst.

Born: Albuquerque (N.M.), Jan. 28, 18!^;

.s. of Clara (Hunlng) and Harvey Butler


Educntion: New Mexico Military Inst.; Univ.

of New Mexico; Washington and Lee Univ.,

Lexington (Va.)

Degrees: A.B., Washington and Lee, 1911.
Prof. Record: Writer, Engaged in newspa-
per work In Washington (D.C.I, Richmond
(Va.), and .Savannah (Ga.), 1913-22; free-
lance writer since 1922, published ten bi-joks
and has written for a great variety of pub-
licUions; has done scenario work for
five motion picture companies.
Publications: The Blood of the Conquerors,
1921; Capitol Hill, 1923; Women and Wives,
1924; Hot Saturday. 1926; Wolf Song. 1927;
In Those Days. 1929; Footloose McGarnigal,
1930; Rio Grande, 19.33; Modern Man— His
Belief and Behavior, 1936; Followers of tha
Sun (reprint of three earlv novels), 1936;
The Life of Riley (novel), 1937.

Memberships: Phi Kappa Psi, Virginia Beta,

Recreations: Hunting, fishing, and swim-

Home Address: 5611 Carlton Way, Holly-
wood, Calif.

FERNALD, Professor Grace Maxwell,

A.B., A.M., Ph.D.

Asso. Prof, of Psychology, Univ. of Calif.,

Los Angeles.

Born: Clyde (Ohio), Nov. 29, 1879; s. of

Nettie (Barker) and James C. Fernald.

Education: Mt. Holyoke; Bryn Mawr Coll.;

Univ. of Chicago.

Degrees: A.B., 1903, A.M., 1905, Mt. Holy-
oke Coll.; Ph.D., U. of Chicago, 1907.
Prof. Record: Asst. and Scholar, Bryn Mawr
Coll., 1904-06; Fellow, U. of Chicago, 1906-
07; Asst. Psychol., Bryn Mawr Coll., 1907-
08; Psychologist, Juvenile Psvchopathic Inst.
(Chicago), 1909-10; Dir., Psvchol. Lab.,
Calif. State Normal Sch. (Los Angeles),
1911-18; Asst. Prof., Univ. of Calif., Los
Angeles, 1918-20; Asso. Prof., U.C.L.A.,
since 1920.

Publications: Teachers Manual of Spelling
and State Spelling Books, California State
Textbook Series (State Printing Press),
1918; Intelligence Tests and School Reor-
ganisation (World Book Co.), 1922; nume-
rous articles in psychol. and ednl. publica-
tions and many monographs and pamphlets
dealing with psychology.

Memberships: Phi Beta Kapa, Sigma Xi,
Pi Gamma Mu.

Recreations: Tennis, horseback riding, and

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 919 So. Sherbourne Dr., Los
Angeles, Calif. *

FERRIER, Professor Paul Alexander.

A.B., M.D.

Associate Prof., Clinical Surgery (Urology),
Univ. of So. Calif.

Born: Liberty (Neb.), Dec. 14, 1884; s. of
Jane (Moore) and Alexander Murray Fer-



EducMtioji: Tarkio Coll.; Univ. of Pa.; Mayo
Cilinc Fellow, 1915-20.

Degrees: A.B.. Tarkio Coll., 1906; M.D.,
U. of Pa., 1911.

Married: Genevieve, d. of John Patton Ste-
venson, at Denver (Colo.), 1914; ch.: Helen,
Genevieve Grace, Alice Jane, Margaret, Paul,
and John.

Prof Record: Interne at Bellvue Hosp.
(NY) 1911-12; Chief Resident Physician,
Presbyterian Hosp. (Philadelphia), 1913;
Pathologist, River Pines Sanitonum, Stevc-'\'s
Point (Wis.), 1914; Fellow, Mayo Clmic
Rochester (Minn.), 1915-18. Asso. of Charles
D. Lockwood in Surgery (Pasadena), 192.-
23- Urologist, Pasadena Hosp., 1920—; Urol-
ogist L. A. General Hosp., 1930—; Asso.
Prof., Clinical Surgery (Urology), Univ. of
So. Calif., 1932—.

Publications: Articles in various medical

Memberships: Univ. of Pasadena.
Religion: Presbyterian.

Bus. Address: 65 No. Madison Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

Home Address: 620 So. Allen Ave., San I.Ia-
rino, Calif.

FERRIER. The Reverend William War-
ren, A.B., M.A., D.D.
Clergyman, Author.

Born: Metz (Ind.), July 18, 1855; s. of
Olive (Thompson) and William Ferrier.
Education: Otterbein Coll., Westerville
(Ohio) ; Lane Theological Semmary (Cm-

Degrees: A.B., 1878, M.A., 1881, D.D., 1904,
Otterbein Coll.

Married: (1) Addessa J., d. of Joseph .Tar-
vis, at Smithville (Ohio). Feb. 23, 1881;
C) Rosa M , d. of Frederick Buel, Oak-
land (Calif.), Feb. 10, 1910; ch.: William
Warren, Jr.

Bus Record: Editor and Co-Prop., Steuben
Revublican. Angola (Ind.), 1880-86, Daily
Times, Muncie (Ind.), 1887; Editor and
Mgr., The Pacific (S.F.), 1897-1920; Pas-
tor, Congregational Church, Port Townsend
(Wash "), 1889-90, Univ. Congreg. Church,
Seattle (Wash.), 1891-92, Mayflower Con-
greg. Church, Pacific Grove (Calif.), 1894-

Publications: Origin and Development of the
University of California (Berkeley, Calif.),
1930; Berkeley, California: The Story of the
Evolution of a Hamlet into a City of Cul-
ture and Commerce (1933); Ninety Years of
Education in California, 18J,6-1936; has .t!so
written numeorus booklets and pamphlets:
is now completing a History of Congrega-
tionalism in Calif., 181t9-19!,0.
Religion: Congregational.
Home Address: 2716 Hillegass Ave., Berke-
ley, Calif. *

FIELD, Alice Evans. A.B.

Assistant, Community Service Department,
Motion Picture Producers and Distributors
of America.

Born: Dodgeville (V/is.), d. of Anna (Rich-
ards) and John C. Evans.
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Wis.
Married: Herbert D., s. of Putnam Field of
Greenfield (Mass.); ch. : Dudley.
Bus. Record: Assistant, Community Service

Department. Motion Picture Producers and
Distributors of America, West Coast ottice,

Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 5504 Hollywood Blvd., Holly-
wood, Calif.

Home Address: 5031 Franklin Ave., Holly-
wood, Calif.

FIELD, Ben(jamin Franklin)

Writer, Publisher, Real Estate and Invest-
ment Dealer.

Born: Wallingrord (Conn ). Nov. 24 1868;
s. of Jennie (Hall) and Daniel Webster

Education: Los Angeles High Sch. ; Calif .
State Normal Sch.; Columbia Umv. (N.Y.)
summer schs.

Married: Edna Rowena Blincoe. at Miami
(Fla.), Dec. 24, 1923.

Bus. Record: Engaged in the real estate,
insurance and brokerage bus. in Los Ange-
les (Calif), for 50 yrs.; mining m the South-
west Mex., and British Columbia ; for last
10 yrs. business has consisted principally of
managing own and other real estate. Past
Pres L A. Masonic Library; Pres., Verse
Writers' Club of So. Calif, (now the Poetry
Soc ) • Past Pres., The League of Western
Writers of Calif.; Asso. and Poetry Editor,
Overland - Out West Magazine (S.F. ana i..
A ) 5 yrs ; engaged in philosophical and
psychical lecturing; has travelled extensively
throughout the world.

Publications: Author of (books) : Poems o/
the West, 1905; El Camino Real. 1905; Cor-
cassonne East and West, 1932; The Sculp-
tured Courtesan, 1935; contributor to (mag-
azines) : Overland Monthly; Western Journal
of Education; Lyric West; Every Wojnan;
Westward; Saturday Night; Pegasus; Buc-
caneer- Circle; Lantern; Edwin Markham 8
Songs of California; Literary Calif orma;
Interludes; Silhouettes; Palms; Book-Fel-
lows; Adamant; Prism; Nebulae; Pacific
Islands- also writes short stories, feature
articles, essays; forthcoming: collection of
poems, novel: Ramola Twice Born. 1941.
Army Service: Enlisted In the Spanish-Amer
War but was not called to service; enlisted
in the World War of 1914-18. was accepted
in L.A., but service declined with letter of
appreciation from Gen. Liggett at S.F.
Memberships: League of Western Writers;
Poetry Soc of Amer. ; Hollywood Psychical
Research Soc; World Organization of Inter-
national Spiritual Federation; various Ma-
sonic Lodges and L. A. Commandery No. 9

Online LibraryRussell Holmes FletcherWho's who in California (Volume 1942-43) → online text (page 78 of 235)