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geles, Calif.

Home Address: 2321 Chislehurst Dr., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

GOLDEN. Dios Edward. B.S.

General Manager of Schlage Lock Company.
Born: Pana (111.), Sept. 2, 1897; s. of Mary
(Ingraham) and Stephen Benjamin Ciolden.
Education: Univ. of III.
Degrees: B.S., U. of 111., 1922.
Married: Gladys M., d. of Julius Marks, in
Oak Park (111.), Oct. 12, 1901; ch. : Edward.
Bus. Record: Engaged in accounting practice
prior to 1930, when employed by Schlage
Lock Co., as Auditor and Secretary; ap-
pointed Gen. Mgr., Schlage Lock Co., 1935.
Army Record: 149th Field Artillery, A.E.F.,

Memberships: Olympic, Big Ten Univ. and

Rio Del Mar Clubs.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf and tennis.

Bus. Address: P. O. Box 3215, San Francisco,


Home Address: 440 Virginia Ave., San Mateo,
Calif. •

GOLDSMITH. Lillian Burkhart

Lecturer, Civic Worker, Author.
Born: Pittsburgh (Pa.) d. of Mrs. Rosalie
(CIrker) Burkhart.

Education: Pub. schls. and Curry Coll. of
Drama and Oratory, Pittsburgh (Pa.).
Married: George Goldsmith at Baltimore
(Md.); ch.: Rosalie Faith.
Prof. Record: Prominent in the theatre of
the spoken word for 16 years; thrice Pres.
of three women's clubs; hon. Vice-Pres.,
Council of Jewish Women; builder of lodge
for under-privileged children. Lookout Mt.,
Hollywood (Calif.); First hon. Commissioner,
Girl Scouts of Los Angeles.
Directorships: Hon. Pres., Los Angeles Sec-
tion, N.C.J.W. ; Chmn. of Lit., Friday Morn-
ing Club.

Memberships : Hon. Mem., So. Calif. Woman's
Press Club; Friday Morning Club; Founder



and Hon. Pres., Philanthropy and Civics


Religion: Jewish.

Politics: Republican.

Home Address: 173 No. Detroit, Los Angeles,


GOLDSTEIN, Rabbi Morris, A.B., M.A.,

Born: Philadelphia (Pa.), Dec. 2, 1904; s. of
Fannie (Sih-er) and David L. Goldstein.
Education: Univ. of Pa.; Univ. of Cincinnati;
Hebrew Union Coll. (Cincinnati).
Degress- A.B., 1925, M.A., 1927, U. of Cin-
cinnati; B.H.L., 1923, Rabbi, 1927, Hebrew
Union Coll.

Married: Adeline, d. of Joseph Baer in Mem-
phis (Tenn.), 1927; ch. : Joyce Lynn D.
Prof. Record: Rabbi, Niagara Falls (N. Y.),
1927-29- Rabbi, Liberal Jewish Cong, of Liv-
erpool (Eng.), 1929-32; Rabbi, Cong. Sherith
Israel, San Francisco (Calif.), 1932—; Grand
Chaplain, Grand Lodge of Masons in Calif.,
1940-41; Chmn.. Religious Edn. Com. of Dist.
Grand Lodge No. 4, B'nai B'rith, 1934 — .
Directorships: Exec. Board. San Francisco
Council, Boy Scouts of Amer.
Publications: Thus Religion Grows, Story of
Judaism (Longmans Green and Co.), 1936.
Memberships: Phi Beta Delta; Masonry (Fi-
delity Lodge No. 120) ; S. F. Bodies of Scot-
tish Rite; S. F. Lodge of B'nai B'rith; Con-
cordia Club.
Religion: Jewish.

Bus. Address: 2010 Webster St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Hovie Address: 38 Seventh Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

GOLDSTINE, Edgar Nathan. B.S.

Consulting Safety Engineer.
Born: Fort Wayne (Ind.), Oct. 7, 1896; s.
of Celia (Wachtel) and Samuel J. (3oIdstine.
Education: Rose Polytechnic Inst.; one yr.
post graduate studies in structural design
and business management at Mass. Inst, of
Tech., 1918.

Degrees: B.S. in Civil Engineering, 1917,
Rose Polytechnic Inst.

Married: Regina, d. of Henriette (Froelich)
and Joseph Benno in Los Angeles (Calif.)
1935; ch.: Stephen Joseph and Daniel Benno.
Prof. Record: Evaluation Engr., 1919; Supt.,
Building Construction, 1920-31; Safety Engr.
with State Compensation Insurance Fund,
1932-34; Consulting Safety Engr., 1935 — .
Publications: Articles on safety engineering
published in National Safety News, Safety
Engineering, Engineering News Record, Per-
sonnel Journal, etc.

Memberships: Commonwealth Club; Exec.
Com., Construction Sec, Nat. Safety Council;
Amer. Soc. of Safety Engrs.
Religion: Jewish.
Politics : Independent.

Home Address: 232— 30th Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

GOLUBEFF. Gregory W.. Ph.D.

Author, Lecturer, Poet-Translator.
Born: New York City, Feb. 22, 1891; s. of
Dora (Bratin) and Wassily Golubeff.
Education: Russian Imperial Gymnasia; Rus-

sian Imperial School of Music (during stay in
Russial .

Degrees: Ph.D., Andhra Research Univ.
(Vizianagaram, India) 1929.
Married: Rosalie, d. of Bernard Zimmerman,
in New York City, June 19, 1905.
Prof. Record: Member of Alia Nazimova's
Dramatic Troupe in Russia, later, in the
U. S.; former concert-master of the Russ.
Nat. Balalaika Orchestra; toured with own
orchestra on the Orpheum Circuit; was affili-
ated with the Metropolitan Opera House Bal-
let, under the late Mr. Bartick; served as
Mus. Dir., Sta. KPO, Nat. Broadcasting Co..
Sta. KYA in San Francisco, and KHJ Colum-
bia Broadcasting Co. in Los Angeles; in
recent vears has translated works of Alex-
ander Pushkin, Aldanoft-Landau, Merezh-
kovsky, Krylov, Apouchtin, and others; Eng.
lyrics of Pushkin's opera Mozart and Salieri,
and many arias and songs by Tchaikowsky,
Gretchaninov, Glazounov, and others; has
translated Igor Stravinsky's "Renard" into
English lyrics in collaboration with the com-
poser, also Stravinsky's various magaine
articles; latest original work, the libretto
and lyrics for the Operetta Lolita; numerous
poetic and prosaic translations in various nat
and prof, periodicals.

Army and Navy Record: U.S. Navy, 1918-
19; Lt., J.G., U. S. Naval-Res., 1928; 2nd
Lt., A.C.. U. S. Nat. Guard, State of Calif..

Awards: U. S. Victory Medal; Victory Medal
of the State of New York; Order of St. Nich-
olas; Russian Imperial Council (Amer. Sec-
tion); Medaille d'Honnfeur of "Le Merit,"
Republic of France, and others.
Memberships: Mason; Uplifters Club; League
of Western Writers, Greenlampers Cultural
Soc; Amer. Legion.
Politics: Registered Republican.
Recreations : Hobbies, picture framing, stamp
collecting, and chess.

Ho7ne Address: 143 So. Gramercy PI., Holly-
wood, Calif.

GOMPERT, Frank Brainard. LL.B.,
M.S., Ph.D.

Born: New York City, Jan. 4, 1894; s. of
Lillian (McDermott) Oliver Gompert.
Education: Olympic Univ.; Calif. State Coll.
of Science; St. Francis Assisi.
Degrees: LL.B.. Olympic U.. 1921; M.S.,
Calif. State Coll.. 1923; Ph.D.. St. Francis
Assisi, 1927

Married: Mattie A., d. of Anton J. Getz-
fread, in San Diego (Calif.), June 18, 1921;
ch. : Frank B., Jr.. and Shirley Anne.
Prof. Record: Sheriff's Office, Los Angeles
Co since 1924; organized Sheriff's Crim-
inological Lab. (2nd in U. S.); Teacher of
Forensic Chemistry. Ballistics, Physics. Crim-
inology, etc.; Cons. Criminologist for law en-
forcement bodies throughout Calif., Nev.,
Ariz., etc.; Teacher and Lecturer in colleges
and univ. including; Olympic Univ., Univ. of
Calif., Berkeley, and Univ. of Calif., Los
Angeles; Originator of CJompert system for
classification of human hair; Training Officer
of Los Angeles Co. Sheriff's Dept. ; Officer,
U. S. Naval Res.

Publications: About fifty articles (mono-
graphs) on scientific and criminological sub-
jects all in journals.
Army and Navy Record: Served in Constitu-



lloiiiillsl Army of Mexico, Royal Flying Corps,
I*a. N. c;., Mex. liordfr CampalKii, U. S.
Navy (Aviation) ilurlng World War 1.
Aw(irdn: Mexican Border Campaign Medal,
Victory Medal.

Memberships: Lambda Alpha Epsllon (Past-
ures.): U.P.O.E., Amer. Legion, While
Horses, Internal. Assn. for Identification,
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Shooting, fi.shing, and crypt-

Bus. Address: 508 No. Spring St., Los An-
geles, Calif.; Sheriff's Office, Los Angeles,

Home Address: 2302 Budlong Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

GOODALL, S(amuel) Erie. B.S.

E.vecutive Secretary, Los Angeles County
Farm Bureau.

Born: Downey (Calif.), Sept. 25, 1888; s. of
Sue S. (Adams) and Frank (Joodall.
Education : Hollywood High Sch. ; Univ. of So.
Calif.; Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: B.S., in Agr., U. of Calif.
Married: Martha S., d. of Anton Schildmeyer,
in Orange (Calif.), May 4, 1921; ch. : Oorge
E. (student U.C.L.A.) and Marian.
Prof. Record: General farming at Canoga
Park, 1908 — ; Farm Bur. Secy., 1934 — .
Directorships: Los Angeles Production Credit
Assn. ; Los Angeles County Farm Bur.
Publications: Editor, Los Angeles County
Farm Bureau Motithly.
Memberships: Alpha Zeta.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreatiotis : Mountains.

Bus. Address: 129 W. Second St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 6461 Shoup Ave., Canoga
Park, Calif. •

GOODMAN, Frank Bartlett

Editor, San Diego Tribune-Sun.

Born: Denver (Colo.), Mar. 13, 1878; s. of

Mary Anita (Gollaher) and John Bartlett


Education: Hyde Park High Sch. (Chicago);

Univ. of Notre Dame; Univ. of Denver.

Married: (1) Irene, d. of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Scott Miller, in Denver (Colo.), Mar.,
1897; (2) Charlotte, d. of Mr. and Mrs.
James McNamara, Mexicali (Mex.), Nov. 16,
1929; ch. : Frank Bartlett, Jr., and John
Bartlett, III.

Prof. Record: Market Editor, Denver Times,
1897-98; Denver Times and News, 1898-99;
Sports Editor, Rocky Mountain News, 1899-
1901; Night City Editor, News, 1901-02; Re-
porter, San Diego Union, 1902-03; Telegraph
Editor, 1903-05; with Tribune-Sun since 1905
as Telegraph Editor and City Editor, since
1930, Editor.

Army Service: First Colo. Inf., two yrs.
Memberships: San Diego, Cuyamaca, Fellow-
ship (Los Angeles) and Auto Club of So. Calif.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Has. Address: Union-Tribune Pub. Co., San

Diego, Calif.

llomi: Address: 4327 No. Talmadge Dr., San

nic(;o. ('.ilif. •

GOODMAN, Lillian Rosedale

Voice Teacher, Producer.

Born: Mitchell (S.D.); d. of h:mma (Green)
and Ellas Reseuthal.

Education: Woolelgh High Sch. (N.Y.C.);
Special Courses, Columbia Univ.; study In
Europe, graduate Julliard Sch. of Music

Married: Mark D. Goodman, in N.Y.C., Aug.
14, 1922.

Prof. Record: Formerly Head of Vocal Dept.,
Boauslawski Coll. of Music (Chicago, 111.);
cast Swing Mikado for Fed. Theatre Proj.
and O, Say Can You Sing (Chicago) ; Teacher
of Janice Chambers (ISM. yr. old singer
brought to M-G-M from Chicago), Olive Ma-
jor (12V4 yr. old soprano, on Eddie Cantor
Prog., NBC), Gloria Warren (15 yr. old
soprano, on long-term cont., Warner Bros.),
Margaret Whiting (young contralto, former
NBC artist), Leonore Rae (mezzo-soprano,
sensational hit in Rose Marie and others),
et al.

Memberships: Amer. Soc. of Composers, Au-
thors and Publishers.
Religion : Unitarian.

Recreations: Swimming, boating, and horse-
back riding.

Bus. and Home Address: 2415 Pilgrimage
Trail, Hollywood, Calif. •


Lecturer in Journalism and Advertising, Univ.
of So. Calif.

Born: Salem (111.), Apr. 10, 1883; s. of Mar-
garet Teresa (Newell) and Henry C. Good-

Education: High school, Salem (111.); Hyde
Park High (Chicago) ; Univ. of Chicago.
Married: Cora B., d. of Theodore M. Scar-
ritt, in Pensacola (Fla.), July 2, 1892; ch :
Angela Goodnow Grosso and Joan Stafford.
Prof. Record: Founded Gary (.Ind.) Tribune,
1907, Managing Editor, 1907-11; Editor, Allied
Advertising Service ((jhicago), 1911-12; Pub.
Dir., Detroit YMCA, 1914-19; Pub. Dir.
YMCA Central Military Dept., 1917-18, war
work; Advertising & Pub. Agency (Los An-
geles), 1919-29; Owner and Editor, California
Home Owner magazine, 1922-29; Contributor
to House Beautiful, Christian Science Monitor,
Forbes, Nation's Business, Western Adver-
tising, etc. ; Lecturer in Journalism and Ad-
vertising, U. of So. Calif., since 1919; Journal-
ism Field Representative, U. of So. Calif.,
since 1929; Press Secy. 1930-39 and Exec.
Secy., 1940 Institute of World Affairs.
Memberships: Sigma Nu.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: CJolf.

Bus. Address: Univ. of Southern California,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 4153 Fourth Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

GOODRICH, Leroy Rosengren, A.B.,

Born: Buffalo (N.Y.), Jan. 3, 1887; s. of
Jennie E. (Rosengren) and Herbert L. (Good-



Education: Pub. schools (Buffalo); Cornell

Univ.; Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: A.B., Cornell, 1908; LL.B., Univ.

of Calif., 1933.

Married: Lina Shaw, d. of Etta (Shaw) and

Cary W. Hartman, in Buffalo (N.Y.), Jan.

1, 1912; ch. : Mrs. Virginia G. Cykler and

Jean H.

Prof: Record: Is engaged in general law

practice, Oakland (Calif.); has been Pacific

Coast Mgr. of Frontier Press Co. since 1911;

Commissioner of Public Works, 1925-27; Mem.

of Oakland Port Commission, 1929-35.

Directorships: Dir. East Bay Regional Park

Dist. ; Trustee of Mills Coll.; Dir. since 1923

and Pres. since 1940, Children's Home Soc.

of Calif.; Dir., Pacific Bond and Mortgage


Memberships: Kappa Sigma; Phi Delta Phi;

Scottish Rite Mason; Lions Club.

Religion : Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 1001 Bank of Amer. Bldg.,

Oakland, Calif.

Home Address: 6028 Broadway Terrace,

Oakland, Calif. *

GOODSELL, The Reverend Fred Field,
A.B., B.D., D.D.

Vice-Pres., Amer. Board of Commissioners
for Foreign Missions.

Born: Montivedeo (Minn.), Sept. 21, 1880;
s. of Abby (Field) and Dennis (Soodsell.
Education: Calif, schools; Berkeley High
Sch.; Univ. of Calif.; Hartford Theo. Sem.;
Marburg Univ. (Ger.); Berlin Univ. (Ger.)
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Calif., 1902; B.D.,
Hartford Theo. Sem., 1905; D.D., Pac. Sch.
of Religion, 1926.

Married: Lulu, d. of John Service, in Ber-
keley (Calif.), June 29, 1905; ch. : Lynda
Irene (Mrs. Blake), Lincoln Service, and
Caroline Service (Mrs. Smith).
Prof. Record: Missionary of the Amer. Board
in Turkey, 1907-30; on war YMCA service in
Russia, Roumania, Siberia, 1915-18; Exec.
Vice-Pres., 1930 to present.
Directorships: Trustee: Constantinople Coll.
for Girls (Istanbul, Turkey), Internat. Coll.
(Beirut, Syria), Amer. Hosp. (Istanbul, Tur-

Publications: Inductive Studies in Turkish,

Meynberships : Abracadabra, (U. of Calif.),
Boston City, Rotary, and Winthrop clubs.
Religion: Evangelical Protestant (Congrega-
tional Church).

Bus. Address: 14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass.
Home Address : 52 Columbia St., Brookllne,

GOODSPEED. Professor Edgar J.. A.B.,
D.B., Ph.D., D.D., D.Utt., L.H.D.

Lecturer in History, Univ. of Calif., Los

Born: Quincy (111.), Oct. 23, 1871; s. of
Mary Ellen (Ten Broke) and Thomas Wake-
field Goodspeed.

Education; Denison Univ.; Chicago Univ.;
Yale Univ.; Berlin Univ.; 0.xford Univ.; stu-
dent at Cairo, British, and Berlin Museums.
Degrees: A.B., 1890, D.D., 1928, Denison;
D.B., 1897, Ph.D., 1898, Chicago; D.Litt.,
1941; L.H.D., Redlands, 1941.

Married: Elfleda, d. of Joseph Bond, in
Chicago (111.), Dec. 3, 1901.
Prof. Record: Taught Biblical and Patristic
Greek, U. of Chicago, 1898-1937; Ayer Lec-
turer, Colgale-Rochester Divinity School,
1937,; Lecturer in History, U.C.L.A., 1938-
41; Richard Lecturer, U. of Va., 1939; Dis-
tinguished Service Prof. Emeritus, U. of
Chicago, 1937—.

Publications: Some forty books, critical, philo-
logical, literary; numerous articles, espec-
ially in Atlantic Monthly; translated the New
Testament into modern English, 1923; the
Apocrypha, 1938; discovered Rockefeller Mc-
Cormick manuscript (most richly miniatured
Greek New Testament known), 1927.
Memberships: Univ. (Chicago), Quadrangle
(Chicago); Lincoln (Los Angeles), and P.E.N.
(Chicago) clubs; Soc. of Midland Authors; Al-
pha Delta Phi, Phi Beta Kappa; Soc. of
Bibl. Lit.; Am. Standard Bible Com. (Mem.)
Religion: Baptist.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Collector Greek papyri and early
printings of the English Bible.
Bus. Address: Univ. of California, W. Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 551 Perugia Way, Bel- Air,
Los Angeles, Calif.

GOODSPEED, Professor Thomas
Harper, A.B., Ph.D., Sc.D. (hon.c),
Doctor (hon.c.) La Plata
Professor, Botany and Director, Botanical
Garden, Univ. of Calif.

Born: Springfield (Mass.), May 17, 1887; s.
of Florence Duffy Mills) and George Steph-
en (Godspeed (descendant of Roger CJood-
speed, Barnstable, Mass., 1639).
Education: Gaillard Coll., Lausanne (Swit-
zerland); Univ. of Chicago; Brown Univ.;
Univ. of Calif; advanced study, Stockholm's
Hogskolan, Kaiser- Wilhelm Gessellschaft, Ber-

Degrees: A.B., Brown U., 1909; Ph.D., U.
of Calif., 1912; doctor honoris causa. La
Plata U., 1938; D. Sc, honoris causa. Brown
U., 1940.

Married: Florence Spencer Beman, in Chicago
(111.) June 6, 1911; ch. : Stephen Spencer
and Ellen Strutt.

Prof Record: Asst. in Botany, U. of Calif.,
1900-12, Instr., 1912-16, Asst. Prof., 1916-
20, Asso. Prof., 1920-28, Prof, since 1928;
Curator of U. of Calif. Botanical Gar-
den, 1926-34, Dir. since 1934; Lecturer U. of
Chicago, 1925; Hon. Mem., Faculty, Univ.
of La Plata, 1939; Collaborator, U.S. Dept.
of Agr. Div. of Blister Rust Control, 1926-
34- Div. of Plant Exploration and Introduc-
tion, 1935-40; Organizer, U. of Calif. Bot.
Garden Expdn. to West China and Tibet,
1932-33; Dir., U. of Calif., Bot. Garden Ex-
pdns. to the Andes, 1935-39; Dir., Golden Gate
Internat. Exposition, 1939-40; Dir. of Pacific
House, 1939-40; Fellow Amer. -Scandinavian
Foundation (Sweden), 1922-23; Fellow, John
Simon Guggenheim Fdn. (Europe), 1930-31,
(So. Amer.), 1935; Vice-Pres., Cytology Se6.
7th Internat. Bot. Congress (Stockholm),
1940; Fellow, A.A.A.S., Royal Hort. Soc;
Delegate Internat. Genetics Congress, 1925;
B.A.A.S., 1930-31.

Botanical - Scientific Societies: Amer. Soc. of
Naturalists, Amer. Genetic Assn., Bot. Soc.
of Amer.; Chilean Sci. Soc, Chilean Acad.
Sci., Argentine Agro, Soc. (1st Hon. Mem.),



Buenos Aires Ilort. Soc. (1st lion. Mom.),
ArRcntlne Sri. Soc. (P'orelgn Mem.); Calif,
flardcn Clubs, Inc. (lion. Life), Begonia
Soc. of Amer. (Hon. Dlr.). Calif. Hort.
Soc, Santa Barbara Bot. Garden Assn.
(Hon. Mem.)

Publicatinnn: Editor: "Essays In Geobotany,"
(Univ. of Calif. Press), 1935; University of
Cnljfnrnia PtibHrations in Botany, 19.30-38;
Contr. scientific articles on results of re-
search in plant breeding and e.xploratlon.
War Record: Secy., Com. on scientific re-
search. State Council of Defense of Calif.,

Memberships: Sigma Xi, Phi Sigma, Alpha

Delta P.ii; Sons of the Amer. Revolution;

Brown (Alta Calif.), Author's (London),

and Faculty (Berkeley) clubs.

Religion: Baptist.

Politics: Republican.

Hobby: Andean antiquities.

Bus. Address: Dept. of Botany, Univ. of

California, Berkeley, Calif.

Home Address: 551 Santa Rosa Ave., Ber-
Iv-eley. Calif.

GOODWILL, Glen Taylor, A.B., MA.

School Superintendent, Needles Public Schools.
Born: Lawton (Okla.), Sept. 19. 1904; s. of
Elizabeth (Taylor) and Ernest Wilbur (Jood-

Education: Univ. of Redlands; Humboldt
State Teachers Coll. ; Univ. of Calif. ; Univ.
or So. Calif.

Degrees: A.B., U. of Redlands, 1929; M.A.,
U. of So. Calif., 1938.

Married: Edna Beardsley, in Garden Grove
(Calif.), Dec. 30. 1928; ch. .• Glen (Gordon.
Prof. Record: Began teaching in 1929 at
Prado Sch. (Riverside Co.); served as Teach-
ing Prin. for seven yrs. ; Sups, of Schs.
Bloomington (Calif.), two yrs.; Supt. of
Schs., Needles (Calif.), three yrs.
Religion : Baptist.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Needles Public Schools, Nee-
dles, Calif.

Home ylrfrfress; 607 Acoma St., Needles, Calif.*

GOODWIN, Professor Cardinal Leoni-

das, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Professor, American History, Mills College.
Born: Pine Bluff (Ark.), May 1, 1880; s. of
Sally (Pierce) and Iverson S. Goodwin.
Education: Brown Univ., (Providence, R. I.);
Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: A.B., 1905, M.A., 1910, Brown U.;
Ph.D., U. of Calif., 1916.

Married: Mildred Louise, d of Addie Louise
(Cro.xford) and Oorge Henry Smith, in
Providence (R.I.), Mar. 25, 1907; ch. : Car-
dinal Wayne and Margaret Louise (Mrs.

Prof. Record: Prin. high sch., Essex (Mass.)
1906-07, Lyndon Inst., Lyndonville (Vt.),
1907-10; Teaching Fellow in Hist., U. of
Calif., 1910-11; Teacher of History, high
sch. Alameda (Calif.), 1911-13; Head of Hist.
Dept., Stockton (Calif.), High Sch., 1913-14;
Fremont High Sch., Oakland (Calif.), 1914-
18, Vice-Prin., 1917-18; Prof, of Amer. Hist,
since 1918, Dean of Grad. Sch., 1929, Mills
Coll. (Calif.)

Publications: TKe Establishment of State

Gnvernment in California (MacMlllan Co.)
1914; A Larger View of the YellouiHlnno Ex-
pedition, 1918; The Trann-Minnissippi Went
from IHO.t tn Ifi5.1 -A Brief History of Its
Act|Ulsltlon and .Settlement, (Appleton Co.),
1922; A Syllabus of United Hlates Hintory,
1927; John Charles Fremont, An Explanalvjn
of His Career, 19.30; Ed., New Spain and the
Anglo-American West, Vol. II, 19.'52;
various articles In mags, relating to hist,

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa Frat.,; Amer.
Hist. Assn.; Texas State Hist. Assn.; English-
Speaking Union; Mason.

Bus. Address: Mills Coll., Oakland Calif.

Home Address: 929 Glendome Circle, Oakland,

GOODWIN, John Edward, B.L., B.L.S.

Librarian, U. of Calif., Los Angeles.
Born: East Middleton (Wis.), Oct. 1, 1876;
s. of Mary (Hope) and Henry CJoodwin.

Education: Pub. schs., Madi.son (Wis.); Univ.
of Wis.

Degrees: B.L., U. of Wis., 1901; B.L.S. N.Y.
State Libr. Sch., 1905.

Married: Jeannette Boynton, d. of Mary
(Boynton) and Irving Storms, of Ann Arbor
(Mich.), Sept. 20, 1904.

Prof. Record: Asst. In the Free Pub. Libr.
and in the Legislative Reference Bur., Mad-
ison (Wis.), 1901-03; Asst. Librn., Stanford
U., 1905-12; Librn. U. of Tex., 1912-23; Librn.
U. of Calif., Los Angeles, since 1923.

Memberships: Amer., Texas and Calif., Li-
brary Assns.

Religion: Methodist.

Politics: Democrat.

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

Home Address: 1539 Calmar Court, Los An-
geles, Calif.

GOODWIN, Theodore Raymond

National Park Superintendent, Engineer,
Yacht Designer.

Born: Norwich (Conn.), Sept. 26, 1887; s.
of Ella Willoughby (Raj-mond) and John
Bray (Goodwin.

Education: Public schs. and coll. (New York


Married: Neva, d. of Henry J. Long, at
Monett (Mo.), Mar. 30, 1895; ch. : Katherine
Ella and Theodore Raj-mond. Jr.

Bus. Record: Yacht building and racing;
crossed Atlantic from Providence (R.I.), to
Rome (Italy), in 21 foot yawl, "Sea Bird,"
1911 ;Engr., U.S. Reclamation Service, Yuma
Project, 1915-21; Highway Engr. (Ariz, and
Calif.), 1921-29, building most of the desert
roads in Colo.; Nat. Park Serv., 1929-40;
Crater Lake, Yosemite, Yellowstone, South-
west Nat. Monuments; Death Valley, 1933-

Memberships: Calif. Acad, of Sciences.

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Desert history (particularly the
'49ers), building model railways and golf.

Bus. and Home Address: Death Valley,
Calif. •



GORDON. Arthur. A.B., M.A., LL.B.,

Director, Inter-American Relations.
Born- Caledonia (N.Y.), Jan. 22, 1882; s. of
Sarah Jane (Colwell) and Alexander Fraser

Educatioji: Public schs., Rochester and Cale-
donia (N Y.t; Cornell Univ.; Univ. ot Geneva
(Switzerland); Ecole des Hautes Etudes
(Paris. France! : Univ. of Madrid and Univ.
of Salamanca (Spain).

Degrees- A.B., 1904, M.A., 1905, Ph.D., 1909,
and LL.B., 1912, Cornell U.
Married: Divorced; ch. : Robert, Andrew, and

Prof Record: Instr. Romance Languages,
Cornell U., 1906-10; Asst. Prof., 1910-12;
Importer of Mdse., Buenos Aires (Argentma),
1912-37- Pres. Agenda Columbia Lda., (Buen-
os Aires), 1917-37; Real Estate and Bus Op-
portunities Salesman, Riverside (Calif.), 193S-
39- Dir. Inter- Amer. Relations, Mission Inn,
Riverside (Calif.), 1940.

Publications: A Spanish Grammar for Schools
and Colleges (with Prof. E. W. Olmsted;
Henry Holt and Co.) ; Abridged Spanish Gram-
mar, Id.; numerous Spanish articles in Latin-
Ame'r., publications.

Meynberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Zeta Psi,
Phi Delta Phi; Savage Club, Book and Bowl,
Quill and Dagger, Amer. Club (Buenos
Aires) • U. S. Universities Club (Buenos
Aires); Amer. Soc. of the River Plate.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf and free lance viriting.
Bus. Address: Mission Inn, Riverside, Calif.
Home Address: 4537 Merrill Ave., Riverside,

GORDON, John Bowen

Vice-President and Manager, Security Title
Insurance and Guarantee Company; Mayor,
City of Madera.

Born: Stonewall (Smith Co., Tenn.), Sept
5, 1892; s. of Julia Hattie (Perkins) and

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