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Publications: A Chesterfield Bibliography to
1800 (Bibliographical Soc. of Amer.) l9c5D;
Some Vnvublished Letters of Lord Chester-
field, (U. of Calif. Press), 1937; A Walt
Whitman Mamiscript, one chapter m; (puDl.
by Eucalyptus Press), 1939; also research
articles in PMLA and Book Reviews in Sat-
urday Review of Literature, Ynle Review,
Modern Language Notes.

Memberships: Calif. Writers' Club; P.E.N. ;
Modern Language Assn.; Amer. Assn. oi
Univ. Profs.

Religion: Congregational.
Recreation: Photography, book collecting.
Bus. Address: Mills Coll., Oakland, Calif.
Home Address: 3230 Storer Ave., Oakland,

GUMMESS. Karl Chester. B.S., M.D.
General Surgeon.

Born: Boston (Mass.), Jan. 19, 1889; s. of
Gurli (Newman) and Carl O. Gummess.
Education: Pub. schs., Minneapolis (Minn.),
Univ. of Minn.; Univ. of So. Calif.
Degrees: B.S., U. of Minn., 1912; M.D.,
Med. Dept. U. of So. Calif. 1916.
Married: Grace, d. of Arthur E. Hall, in
Minneapolis (Minn.), Sept. 28, 1911; ch;
Glen Hall, M.D. (Harvard Med. Sch., 1938).
Prof Record: Dr. Gummess did post-grad,
work at the Los Angeles Co. Hosp., 1917;
San Francisco Gen. Hosp., 1918; Cook Co.
Hosp., 1919; Mayo Bros., Rochester (Mmn.),
1919 He was Med. Dir., State Relief Ad-
ministrn., 1940, and is a Mem. of the State
of Calif. Relief Comm., 1940-44. Private
practice, gen. surgery in Los Angeles since
1920. Consultant Surgeon, Calif. State Ins.
Fund; Mem. Bd. of Med. Examiners, State
of Calif., 1941-45.

Directorships: Mem. Sr. Staff, Calif. Hosp
(Los Angeles); Assoc. Mem. Staff Queen of
Angels Hosp. (Los Artgeles), Cedars of Leb-
anon Hosp. (Los Angeles).
Publications: Surgery of the Kidney Duruig
Pregnancy (Journal Calif, and Western Med-
icine), Aug. 1932.

Army Service: Dr. Gummess was a First
Lieut, in the U.S. Army Med. Corps., 1918,
during World War I.

Memberships: Phi Rho Sigma (Med. Frat.);
Blue Lodge Mason, HoUenbeck Lodge, Scot-
tish Rite Mason, Al Malaikah Shrine (L.A.);
Del Mar Club (Santa Monica).
Politics: Life time Democrat.
Recreations: Hiking, horseback riding, swim-
ming, contract bridge and chess.

Bus. Address: 756 S. Broadway, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 5721 W. Olympic Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif. Winter Home: Palm Springs^

GUNDRUM. Elizabeth Adams

Cnubvvoman, Civic Worker.
Born: Esparto (Calif.), Sept. 3, 1883; d. of
Elizabeth (Woods) and David Quincy Adams.
Education : Esparto and Berkeley High Sells. ;
Christian Coll., Columbia (Mo.)
Married: Frederick F. Gundrum, M.D., In
San Francisco (Calif.), Sept. 3, 1913; ch. :
Elizabeth Eloise, and Frederick Jr.
Directorships: Pres., Travelers' Aid, Unitarian
Alliance, and Tuesday Club; Exec. Com.,
Community Chest.

Memberships: Organizing Regent (Sacramento
Chapter), State Regent, Nat. Vice-Pres. Gen-
eral DA.R.; Magna Charta Dames; Amer.
Colonists; Colonial Dames of Amer.; P-E-O.;
Tuesday, Kingsley Art, Sacramento Riding
Clubs, Ladies Museum Assn.
Religion : Unitarian.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Horseback riding.
Home Address: 2214— 21st St., Sacramento,

GUNSUL, (Miss) Myrtelle L.

City Auditor.

Born: 111.; d. of Martha J. (Walker) and

William H. Gunsul.

Education: Public Schs. (Iowa).

Bus Record: Employee of First Nat. Bank of

Albuquerque (N.M.), six yrs.; C.P.A. (Los

Angeles), four yrs; elected City Auditor, 1919,

re-elected seven times at primaries; served 25

yrs in this capacity; was tendered a Civic

Banquet and presented with a Silver Scroll;

has two yrs. more of this term to serve.

Memberships: Eastern Star Lodge; Women's

City Club; several small clubs.

Religion: Presbyterian.

Recreations: Mountain trips.

Bus. Address: City Hall, Long Beach, Calif.

Home Address: 724 Loma Vista Dr., Long

Beach, Calif.


Vice-President, the Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Railway Company.
Born: Sedalia (Mo.), Feb. 20, 1889; s. of
Mary E. (Glasse) and Horatio N. Gurley.
Education: Public Schs. (Mo.)
Married: Ruth, d. of J. S. Brown, in Chicago
(111.), Sept. 16, 1920; ch. : Margaret and

Bus Record: Mr. Gurley was with the Bur-
lington R.R. in various capacities including
that of Asst. Vice-Pres., 1906-39; Vice- Pres
A.T. and S.F. Ry. Co., since June 1, 1939.
Directorships: Director Kansas City Terminal
Ry. Co., The Belt Ry. Co. of Chicago,
Chicago Western Indiana R.R. Co.
Bus. Address: 80 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago,

Home Address: 1501 Hinman Ave., Evanston^



GUTENBERG, Professor Beno, Pli.D

Professor of Ceophysirs, Oillf. Inst, of Tech.
Born: Darmsladt ((;crmany ), June -1, 1889;
s. of Pauline (Ilachcnburgor) and Hermann

Education: Univ. of GoetllnKen ((ieimany).
Degrees: Ph.D., U. of Goettlngcn, 1911.
Married: Hertha, d., of Jakob Dernburg, In
Darmstadt (Germany), Aug. 7, 1919; ch. ;
Arthur and Stephanie.

Prof. Record: Asst. Int., Central-Bureau,
Seismological Assn. (Strassburg), 1913; a. o.
Prof, of Geophysics, U. of Frankfurt (Ger-
many), 1921; Prof, of Geophysics, Calif. Inst,
of Tech., 1930—.

Directorships: Officer, Seismological See. of

Publications: Edit., The Internal Structure
of the Earth (McGraw-Hill, 1939, sponsored
by Nat. Research Council) ; several books on
earthquakes, structure of the earth in Ger-
man; collaborator and edit, of textbooks on
the structure and physics of the earth, about
170 articles in periodicals on earthquakes,
structure of the earth, oceanography, atmos-
phere, sound waves, elasticity of the earth,
viscosity, movements of the earth's crust and
in the interior of the earth, temperature in
the earth, movements of the poles, etc.

Memberships: Sigma Xi and 15 scientific or-

Bus. Address: Seismological Lab., 220 No.
San Rafael Ave., Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 399 Ninlta Parkway, Pasa-
dena, Calif.


Mayor, City of Oxnard; Executive.

Born: East Port (Mich.), May 18, 1885; s.

of Lucy (Archer) and Herman Guyer.

Education: Public Schs. (East Port, Mich.).

Married: Iva Belle, d. of Cora and Phillip

Rue, in Ventura (Calif.), Feb. 9, 1918.

Bus. Record: General building contractor,

1920-36 (retired).

Directorships: Pres., Channel Counties Div.,

League of Calif. Cities.

Army Service: Sergeant, Bat. E., 25th Field

Art., 1918.

Politics : Democrat.

Recreations: Hunting, fishing, and sports.

Bus. Address: Oxnard, Calif.

Home Address: 161 So. C St., Oxnard, Calif.*


HAAGEN-SMIT. Professor Arie Jan,

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

Professor of Bio-organic Chemistry, California

Institute of Technology.

Born: Utrecht (The Netherlands), Dec. 22,

1900; s. of Maria Geertruida (van Maanen)

and Jan Willem Adrianus Haagen-Smit.

Education: Utrecht (The Netherlands) High

Sch. ; Rijks Universiteit te Utrecht.

Degrees: A.B., 1922, M.A., 1926, Ph.D., 1929,


Married: Maria Wilhelmina, d. of J. H. F.
Bloemers ,in Zutphen (The Netherlands), July
1935; ch. : Jan Willem Adrianus, Maria Wil-
helmina, and Geertruida Maria.
Prof. Record: Head Asst., Dept. of Organic

ChcmLstry, Utrecht, 1929-.'M, Lecturer In
Organic Cheml.stry, Utrecht, 19.'}'1-:56; U-cturcr
In Biological Chem., Harvard Univ., V.ttC-'.iT ■
A.sso. Prof.. Calif. Inst, of Tech., ]9.'<7-40,
Prof, of Blo-organlc Chem., since IIMO.
PuhlicationH : A number of articles on natural
products, chemistry of e.s.sentlal oils, plant
hr)rmr)nes and vltamines, pigments and physio-
logically active substances from animal or-

Artny Service: Capt., Dutch Army, Chemical
Service (Explosives), 1923-36.
Memberships: Amer. Chem. Soc. ; Amer. Bot.
Soc; Amer. Assn. of Univ. Profs.; Amer.
Assn. for Advancement of Science; Nether-
lands-Amer. Soc; Chem. Soc; Dutch
Chem. Soc. ; GenooLsch. Natuur, (fences en
Heelkunde; Utrechtsch Provinciaal Genootsch, ;
Soc. of Dutch Scholars in Amer.; Sigma Xi.
Bus. Address: California Institute of Tech-
nology, Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 351 So. Parkwood Ave., Pasa-
dena, Calif. •

HAAKE, Harry G.. B.S.
Vice-Pres., District Manager, Ceco Steel Prod-
ucts Corporation.

Born: Chicago (111.), Feb. 26, 1894; s. of
Mary (Gloeckler) and John H. Haake.

Education: Public Schs., Chicago (111.); Univ.
of 111.

Degrees: B.S., Univ. of 111., 1921.
Married: Mildred, d. of Frank C. Moore,
St. Louis (Mo.), May 11, 1928; ch.; Harriet
Jane and John C.

Bus. Record: Design Engr., Krehbiel Co.,
Chicago (111.), 1920-1921; Dist. Engr., Ceco
Steel Products Corpn. (formerly Concrete
Engineering Co.) Chicago (111.), 1921-24; Dist.
Mgr., Ceco Steel Products Corpn., St. Louis
(Mo.), 1924-27; Dist. Mgr., Vice-Pres., Ceco
Steel Products Corpn. (Los Angeles^ 1927—.
Directorships: Vice-Pres., Mem. Bd. of Dir.,
Ceco Steel Products Corpn.
Ar)7iy Service: 2nd Lieut., Heavy Artillery,
U.S. Army, stationed Fort Monroe, 1918-19.
Memberships: Theta Delta Chi; Rotary Club,
(Los Angeles), (Secy. 1935, Pres., 1940).
Religion: Lutheran.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 1450 Mirasol St., Los Angeles,

Ho7ne Address: 1582 Charlton Rd., San Mar-
ino, Calif.

HAAS, Charles Edmund, A.B., LL.D.,

Judge, Superior Court, Los Angeles County.
Born: California (Mo.), April 15, 1873; s. of
Lena (Bruere) and John B. Haas.
Education: Los Angeles High Sch.; Stanford
Univ.; C^orge Wash. Univ. (P.G. work);
Olympic Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1898; LL.D.,
D.J.S., Olympic U.

Married : Evelyn Stevens Jones in Santa
Barbara (Calif.), April 10, 1916.
Prof. Record: Taught High and Military Schs.
in Calif, six yrs.; Clerk, State Dept., Wash.
(D.C.); private practice of law, L.A., with
Elmer McDowell; Deputy City Atty. of L.A.
seven yrs. ; Special Counsel, L.A. Co. and
Deputy Co. Counsel, five yrs.; Municipal
Court Judge, L.A., five yrs.; Superior Court
Judge, L.A. Co., ten yrs. to date.



Directorships: Pres. Avocado-Citrus Co.; Vice-

Pres Dell'Osso Mining and Milling Co.

Publications: Maid of Sonora <iifj°"': „^|;

same Yosemite (fiction); many mag. articles

and stories.

War Service: War Speaker, World War I.

Memberships: Masons. Scottish Rite 32°,

Shrine LA Co. Bar Assn.; Lawyers and

LS'tte (French) dubs Latin Amer^

League ( Spanish- Amer. ) ; Vets, of Foreign

Wars; Amer. Right of Way Assn.; etc.

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Traveling, growing rare plants,

and horticulture.

Bus. Address: City Hall, Los Angeles, Calif.

H07ne Address: "Nunny." 2110 Live Oak Dr.,

Hollywood, Calif.

Summer : Reche Canyon, Riverside. Calif.

HAAS. Louis Solomon

Broker (retired).

^'^ .l1?a7=M^?tnd\ao^' S:

Prof. Record: Left Boys High Sch in middle
class and obtained employment in brokers
office clerked there from 1872 (alter leavms
sch) until 1877; entered the employ of the
Wa^hineton Flour Mills as Bookkeeper re-
mafned until 1881, when transferred to Li hen-

active hi firm until retirement m 1927, has
devot'ed most of time since then to communal
r-haritable and religious work. Devotea aooui
^30'"rs as' Dir. !n charitable institutions
riurins which time was (10 yrs.) rres. oi
Paci"fc Hebrew Orphan Asylum, upon re-
firement was elected Emeritus Pres. ; also
PrSncy of the Temple EmanuE of t^ais
city, and on completion of term was eiecieu
Emeritus Pres. ^ , „ it

Directorships: Vice-Pres., H. N. Cook Belt-

Temberships: The Family, Commonwealth,
Olympic, Lakeside Country clubs.
Religion: Jewish.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 407 Montgomery St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: Stanford Court Apts., San
Francisco, Calif.

HAENEL, Irene Helen, M.D.

Born: Stuttgart, Nov. 23 1901; d. of Hedwig
J (Capaune) and Dr. Jacob A. Suskind.
Education: Berlin, Freiburg, Munich, Bres-
lau Universities in Germany.
Degrees: M.D.. Medical School, Breslau.
Married: Joachim A. Haenel, M^^., s^ of
Waitpr Haenel M.D., in Dresden (Ger.),
^une le, IM2! ch.: Renee, Robert M Sabina
M., Christina M., Christopher M. and
Lawrence W.

Prof Record: Intern Medic, Univ. CHmc,
Munich; Asst. Psychiatrist, Clinic Munich
and Rockefeller Stip; Deutsche Forschung-

sanstalt for Psychiatry and Neurology, Ber-
lin, Moabit; Psychoanalyst, Berlin, and Asst.
Psychoanalyst, Sanitarium Berlin Tegel.
Publications: Various articles in Epilepsie
(all in German).
Religion: Roman Cahtolic.

Bus. and Home Address: 244 So. Muirfield
Rd., Los Angeles, Calif.

HAENEL. Joachim Adolph, M.D.
Physician, Surgeon.

Born: Dresden (Ger. 1, June 16, 1902; s. of
Marie (Huschke) and Walter K. Haenel, M.D.
Education: Vitzthum Gymnasium (Dresden);
Medical Schools of Universities in Munich,
Freiburg, Vienna, Kiel.
Degrees: M.D., Univ. of Berlin, 1927
Married: Irene H., M.D., d. of Jacob E.
Suskind, M.D., Berlin (Ger.); ch.: Renee,
Robert M., Sabina M., Christopher M., Chris-
tina M., and Lawrence W.
Professional Record: Resident Phys., Univ.
Hosp. for Neuropsychiatry (Kiel), 192b-.^^
Asst Phys., Research Instn. for Psychiatry
(Munich), 1927-30; Asst. Phys., Neurological
Dept., Hufeland Hosp. (Berlin), 1930 - ^-^.
P Grad work at Psychoanalytic Inst. (Berlin),
1930-33; practiced in Neurology, Psychiatry
and Psychoanalysis in Berlin (Ger.), lacSJ-
38- Asst. Dir., Kuranstalten Westend (Ber-
lin) 1934-37; came to U.S. 1938, served in-
terneship in St. Joseph (Mo.), 1939-40; prac-
ticing medicine, practice limited to Neurology,
Psychiatry and Psychoanylsis.
Memberships: Amer. Medical Assn., Calif.
Med. Assn., L.A. Co. Med. Assn., Amer.
Psychanalytic Assn., Topeka Psychoanalytic
Soc , Los Angeles Soc. for Neurology and
Psychiatry, and Berliner Neurologische Ges-

Religion: Roman Catholic.
Bus. Address: 1052 W. Sixth St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 244 So. Muirfield Rd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

HAGAR. Gerald Hanna. A.B., J.D.

Member, Hagar, Crosby and Crosby.
Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), June 18 1892;
s of Julia (Hanna) and George C. Hagar.
Education: Univ. of Calif.; Univ. of Mich.
Degrees: A.B., U. of Mich., 1914; J.D., U. of
Calif., 1920.

Married: Ella d. of David P. and Anna S
Barrows, Berkeley (Calif.), Nov. 7, 1924,
ch. : Julianne, Mary E., and George B.
Prof Record: Attorney, Member of Hagar
Crosby and Crosby; practiced law in Oak-
land since 1920. Mem. Calif. Code Com.,
1930 to date. Chairman 1938 to date; Mem
Board of Govs., State Bar of Calif., 1936-40,
Pres 1939-40; Pres. of Alameda County
Bar Assn., 1934-35.

Directorships: Bank of Commerce (Oakland);
Dir Berkeley Guarantee Building and Loan
Assoc. (Berkeley) and Don Neher Motors

Army Service: Attended 1st Officers Training
Camp, 1917; Commissioned 2nd Lieut., Coast
Artillery Corps, promoted 1st Lieut., then
Captain. Served 15 months in France.
Memberships: Phi Alpha Delta.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing.



Bus. AddrcuH. Central IJank Hldg., Oukland.

Iloma Address : 215 Stonewall ltd., Berkeley,


Mayor, City of Dorrls, Calif.
litirn: (near) Klamalh Falls (Ore.i. Auk.
14, 1895; s. of Marie (Martini anil John

Education : Public sch.s. near Klamath F'alls
(Ore.), Klamath Co. Hifjh Sch. (Ore.); studied
law in office of practicing attorney for three

Married: Hazel Irene, d. of Emily and Ches-
ley Stow, Watsonville (Calif.), Sept. 17,
1917; ch. : William Stow.

Prof. Record : Rancher for over ten yrs, lum-
berman : served as Asst. Cashier First State
and Savings Bank, Klamath Falls (Ore.),
1916-19; Cashier, Butte Valley State Bank,
Dorris (Calif.), 1920-34, Pres. 1934 to date
and Dir. since 1920; has farmed e.xtensively,
grain livestock and potatoes, since 1917;
operated lumber mill 1925-27; served as
Councilman, City of Dorris, since 1921 and
Mayor, since 1928.

Directorships: Pres. and Dir., Butte Valley
State Bank, Dorris (Calif.)
Memberships: Reames Golf and Country Club,
Klamath Falls, (elected Pres. for 1941,
also Dir. during 1940); B.P.O.E.; Canbys
Cross Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons,
Tulelake (Calif.); Hillah Temple of the
Shrine, Ashland (Ore.), and Knights Templar,
Yreka (Calif.).
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf, hunting, and fishing.
Bus. and Home Address: Dorris, Calif.

HAGEMAN, Frederick Charles, B.S. in

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), July 31, 1905; s.
of Gertrude A. (Raynor) and Frank C.

Education: Los Angeles High Sch., 1919-22;
Univ. of Calif., Los Angeles 1922-23; Univ. of
So. Calif., 1925-28.

Degrees: B.S. in Arch., U. of So. Calif.,

Married: Barbara Evelyn, d. of Lewis L. Ray-
mond, in Los Angeles, Feb. 7, 1928.
Prof. Record: Entered employ of A. B.
Sturges (Architect), 1923; later traveled si.x
months in Europe doing architectural sketches.
Entered employ of Edwards & Plunkett, Santa
Barbara (Calif.), 1929, advancing to Chief
Draftsman; associated on Historic American
Bldg. Survey, recording earlv Calif, houses,
1934. Apptd. to U. S. Dept. of Interior, Nat.
Park Service, 1935; supervised archaeological
investigations, arch, research and gen. arch,
phases of restoration of early Franciscan
Mission, "La Purisima Concepcion," Lompoc
(Calif.); advanced to Project Supt.. 1935;
resigned to enter private practice of archi-
tecture, March. 1939; apptd. as Consultant
Architect, Civilian Conservation Corps, 1939;
at present practicing in Los Angeles, assoc.
with Frank W. Green.

Publications: Restoration of La Purisima
Concepcion Mission, California State Historical
Monument (with O. T. Hagen, acting Re-
gional Historian, N.P.S.), in Museuyn News
(Amer. Assn. of Museums), May 1938; An

Archilirturnl Htuily of the. MinHion La Puri-
HDiKi Conripruin (jllus. report to IJ. S. Dept.
of Interior, Nat. Park .Service), (scvfn cop-
ies), 19;{8: Reatoralton of the MtHHum La
PurxHxina Concepcion (U. S. Dept. of Interior,
Nat. Park Service). ig-lO Book, Park and
Progress, 1940; Early California Architec-
ture <.sl.\ articles), .Santa Barbara NewH-
PrcHH (Calif.), 1<)40.

MemberHhips: Alpha Rho Chi (architectural),

Phi Kappa Phi (hon. scholastic); San Marcos

Trout Club (.Santa Barbara).

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Tennis and bowling.

Bus. Address: 220 No. Juanlta Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 232 11th St. Manhattan
Beach, Calif.; San Marcos Trout Club, Santa
Barbara, Calif. •

HAGEMEYER, Dora (Dora Valerie
Bessie Hagemeyer Comstock)


Born: Gawler, near Adelaide (So. Australia),
Oct. 12, 1891; d. of Florence Eugenie (Goughi
and Rev. James H. G. Chappie.
Education: Timaru High Sch. (N.Z.); Normal
School and University of Otago (N.Z.)
Married: (1) Hendrik, s. of (Serritt Hage-
meyer, of Amsterdam (Holland); ch.; David
Chappie, and Ma.x Chappie; (2) Hurd Com-
stock of Evanston (111.), in Salinas (Calif.),
Feb., 1931.

Record: Miss Hagemeyer was born in
Australia and lived in New Zealand during
childhood; brought up in the South Island of
New Zealand and came to California with
parents at the age of 24; during early mar-
ried life lived in Berkeley (Calif.); went to
Carmel in 1924, where she has lived ever

Publications: Swords of the Grass, 1927;
Songs of the Green Flame, 1930; Leaf and
Stone, 1932; The Periwinkle Patch (Chil-
dren's Verse), 1931; Spring in October, 1939;
Sonnets and Other Songs, 1939; Sonnets and
Other Songs, 1939 (published in New Zea-
land). All are private publications except
the last.

Home Address: Box 384, Carmel-by-the-Sea,
Calif. .

HAGUE, (Miss) Eleanor

Musician, Composer.

Born: San Francisco; d. of Mary (Ward)

and James D. Hague.

Education: New York, Paris (Fr.), Florence

Prof. Record: Teacher of Music; recitals of
folk music, also illustrated lectures.
Compositions: Folk Songs of Mexico and South
America (H. W. Gray Co.); Spanish Amer.
Folk Songs (American Folk Lore Soc, 1917) ;
Latin Amer. Music, Past and Present; The
Music of Ancient Arabia and Spain; and vari-
ous shorter things.

Memberships: Cosmopolitan (N.Y.), Wom-
an's City (N.Y.), Pasadena Athletic, Dig-
ger's Garden clubs.

Home Address : 640 Hillside Terrace, Pasa-
dena, Calif. •

HAHN. Edwin Franklin, A.B.


Born: Chicago (111.); s. of Barbara (Brech-
eiserr) and Samuel Hahn.



Education: Chicago public schls.; Pomona
Coll.. Claremont (Calif.)
Degrees: A.B., Pomona Coll., 1898.
Married: Martha A., d of Josuah Snell.
Santa Barbara (Cahf.>, ^S"-, l^' ^^^"^i/e '
Edwin F., Jr., Bethany (Scott), Donald S.,
and Stanley L.

Prof Record: Admitted to bar in Calif.,
1899; practiced law in partnership with
brother Senator B. W. Hahn. until 1921,
when appointed to Superior Bench by Gov.
Wm D Stephens, elected two full terms, re-
tired in 1935, since retirement from bench,
assoc. with firm of Hahn and Hahn (law
offices) in Pasadena (Calif.).
Directorships: Farmers and Merchants Bank
of Long Beach.

War Record: Chmn., Draft Bd.. Pasadena
Dist., during World War I.
Memberships: Pasadena Univ. Club.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Pacific Southwest Bldg., Pasa-
dena, Calif.

Home Address: 175 So. El Molino Ave.. Pasa-
dena, Calif.

HAIG, Mabel George

Water Color Painter, Lecturer.
Born: Blue Earth City (Minn.L- d. of Alice
(Mendenhall) and Edgar George.
Education: Carleton Coll. (Minn.); private
instruction in painting and ceramics.
Married- Mvron John, s. of John A. Haig,
Madrid (N.Y.); ch. ; George Ernest, and
Helen Janet.

Prof. Record: Teacher of Pointing and
Ceramics; has exhibited in 'mportant exhibi-
tions for years; was instrumental in organiz
ins the Whittier Art Assn. (Ex-Pres.) , nas
worked vvith young people to interest them
in art.

Memberships: Calif. Water Color SocLa-
guna Beach Art Assn., Whittier Art Assn^,
Amer. Assn of Univ. Women; Whittier Pup-
pet Club.

Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Writing.

Home Address: 535 E. Hadley St., Whittier,

HAIG, Rena. A.B., M.A.
Chief. Public Health Nursing Service, Cali-
fornia State Department of Public Health.
Born- Devils Lake (N.D.), Sept. 27, 1890;
d of 'Ellen (Mcintosh) and William R. Haig.
Education: Grammar and High Sch., Stark-
weather (N.D.)

Degrees: A.B.. Univ. of N.D.. 1913; M^A
Teachers Coll., Columbia Umv. (N.Y.), 1940.
Prof. Record: Taught in high schs. in N.D.
and Wash., 1913-17; student. Bellevue Sch.
of Nursing, and Teachers Coll.. (N.YJ,
1917-20; private duty nursing, N.Y., Minn .
and Ca if , 1920-21; Staff Nurse, U.S.P.H.S.
Hospitals, Tuscon (Ariz.). Ft. Lyon Colo.).
Inst? of Nursing, U.S.P.H.S. Sch^ of Nurs-
ing, Ft McHenry (Md.), 1922; Public Health
Nursing Service, Amer. Red Cross in the fol-
Sf positions; Rural Pu^b Health Nurse
BastrSp, Fort Worth, and Dallas (Tex.)
Nursing Field Representative in 111., Asst.
to Dir of Nursing, Midwestern Branch Area

in St Louis; Dir. of Nursing, Pac. branCtt
Area,' San Franscico (Calif.), 1922-36; Chief,
Pub Health Nursing Ser.. Calif. State Dept.
of Pub. Health, 1936 - .

Directorships: Mem., Bd. of Dir., Calif. State
Organization for Pub. Health Nursing and

Nat. Organization for Pub. Health Nursing.

Memberships: Zonta Internat., San Francisco


Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics; Republican.

Recreations: Singing, hiking, horseback


Bus. Address: Phelan Bldg., San Francisco.


Home Address: 1770 Broadway. San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

HAINES, Charles Conklin, A.B., LL.B.

Judge. Superior Court, State of California
Born: Vinton (Iowa), Nov. 7. 1880; s. of
Flora M. (Conklin) and Alfred Haines.
Education: Pomona College; Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: A.B., Pomona Coll. and Univ. of
Calif., 1902; LL.B., U. of Calif., 1904.
Prof Record: Admitted to Calif. Bar, 1903;
Member of law firm of Haines & Haines,
1904-26; City Atty. of National City (Cahf.),
1909-14- elected Judge of Superior Court, 192b
and twice re-elected, 1932 and 1938; has re-
peatedly served pro tempore as Justice ot ine
Dist. Court of Appeal for the Fourth Dist.
Directorships: Jr. Warden, St Paul's Epis-
copal Church, San Diego. (Cahf.) ; Mem. Bd.
of Trustees, Bishop's School (La JoUa, Cal-
if.) ; and Frederika Home for the Aged
((ih'ula Vista).

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa. Univ. Club
(San Diego); Nat. Parks Assn., Save the
Redwood League.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Travel, reading.
Bus. Address: Superior Court, San Diego.
Home Address: 2470 E St., San Diego. Calif.*

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