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THE 

PENNSYLVANIA 

MUSEUM OF ART 

LIBRARY 

PHILADELPHIA 

Call Number 
N 690. A2 


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HE PENNSYLVANIA 
MUSEUM AND SCHOOL 
OF INDUSTRIAL ART 



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FIFTIETH ANNUAL REPORT 
1926 




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FIFTIETH 
ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM AND 
SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MAY 31, 1926 
WITH THE 

LIST OF MEMBERS 




PHILADELPHIA 
1926 



OFFICERS FOR 1926-1927 

PRESIDENT 

ELI KIRK PRICE 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

WILLIAM WOOD WILLIAM M. ELKINS 

SECRETARY 

CHARLES H. WINSLOW 

TREASURER 

CHARLES BOND 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

EX OFFICIIS 

GiFFORD PiNCHOT W. FrEELAND KeNDRICK 

Governor of Pennsylvania Mayor of Philadelphia 

BY APPOINTMENT 

Edwin O. Lewis, Appointed by the State Senate 
John T. Windrim, Appointed by the House of Representatives 
Charles J. Webb, Appointed by the City Council 
Edward T. Stotesbury, Appointed by the Commissioners of 
Fairmount Park. 

ELECTED BY THE MEMBERS 
To Serve for One Year 
John F. Braun J. Stogdell Stokes 

Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs George D. Widener 

Edgar V. Seeler William Wood 

To Serve for Two Years 
Mrs. Edward Browning Charles H. Ludington 

John S. Jenks Thomas Robins 

Samuel Rea William M. Elkins 

To Serve for Three Years 
Charles Bond Mrs. Frank T. Patterson 

Howard Reifsnyder Eli Kirk Price 

John Gribbel James F. Sullivan 



COMMITTEES FOR 1926-1927 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Eli Kirk Price, Chairman; Charles Bond, John F. 
Braun, Mrs. Edward Browning, William M. Elkins, John S. 
Jenks, Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson, Howard Reifsnyder, 
Thomas Robins, Edgar V. Seeler, J, Stogdell Stokes, 
Charles J. Webb, George D. Widener, William Wood. 

STANDING COMMITTEES* 

MUSEUM 
John S. Jenks, Chairman; Morris R. Bockius, Mrs. 
Hampton L. Carson, Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe, William 
M. Elkins, Mrs. Charles W. Henry, George H, Lorimer, 
Charles H. Ludington, Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson, 
Samuel Rea, Howard Reifsnyder, J. Stogdell Stokes, Mrs. 
Edward T. Stotesbury, Rodman Wanamaker, George D. 
Widener. 

INSTRUCTION 

Eli Kirk Price, Chairman; Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg, 
Charles Bond, Charles L. Borie, Jr., Mrs. Henry Brinton 
Coxe, John Fisler, Samuel S. Fleisher, John S. Jenks, Mrs. 
Robert R. Logan, Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs, Mrs. Frank 
Thorne Patterson, Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols, Mrs. J. 
Howard Rhoads, William H. Richardson, Edgar V. Seeler, 
Charles J. Webb, William Wood, Mrs. Jones Wister. 

FINANCE 

William M. Elkins, Chairman; John S. Jenks, James F. 
Sullivan, William Wood. 



*The President is ex officio a member of all committees. 



ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN 



HONORARY PRESIDENT 

MRS. RUDOLPH BLANKENBURG 



MRS. 



PRESIDENT 

FRANK THORNE PATTERSON 



VICE-PRESIDENTS 



MRS 



H. S. PRENTISS NICHOLS 

MISS NINA LEA 

MRS. JONES WISTER 

MRS. HENRY BRINTON COXE 



RECORDING SECRETARY 

Mrs. Charles F. Judson 



TREASURER 

Mrs. Edward Browning 



CORRESPONDING SECRETARY 

Mrs. Albert B. Weimer 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Miss 
Miss 
Mrs. 
Mrs, 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Miss 



Edgar W. Baird 
Edwin N. Benson, Jr. 
William T. Carter 
J. Hamilton Cheston 
Herbert L. Clark 
Robert Hare Davis 
S. Grey Dayton 
William A. Dick 
Russell Duane 
Cornelia L. Ewing 
Louisa Eyre 
George H. Frazier 
Henry S. Grove 
F. Woodson Hancock 



Mrs. Joseph B. Hutchinson 
Mrs. J. Louis Ketterlinus 
Mrs. Joseph Leidy 
Mrs. Robert R. Logan 
Mrs. Norman MacLeod 
Mrs. Campbell Madeira 
Mrs. John H. McFadden, Jr. 
Mrs. John D. McIlhenny 
Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs 
Mrs. Thornton Oakley 
Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 
Mrs. J. Howard Rhoads 
Countess of Santa Eulalia 



Mrs. C. Shillard-Smith 
Charles Wolcott Henry Mrs. W. Standley Stokes 
Margaretta S.Hinchman Mrs. William H. Walbaum 
Mrs. C. Stewart Wurts 

CONTRIBUTING MEMBER 

Mrs. Percival Roberts, Jr. 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Mrs. Hampton L. Carson Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 
Miss Margaret Clyde Mrs. M. Hampton Todd 



THE MUSEUM STAFF 

1926-1927 

FISKE KIMBALL, Director 

SAMUEL W. WOODHOUSE, Jr., Associate Director 
Arthur E. Bye, Curator of Paintings 
Horace H. F, Jayne, Curator of Oriental Art 
Catherine F. Woodhouse, Curator of Lace 

Joseph Downs, Assistant Curator 

Nancy A. Reath, Assistant in Charge of Textiles 

Frederick C. King, Editor of Publications 

Elizabeth Abel, Assistant 

Jane Wolfe, Registrar 

Jane Fakler, Librarian 



HONORARY CURATORS 

Mrs. Jones Wister, 
Mr. F. D. Langenheim, 
Mrs. William T. Carter, 



Oriental Pottery 

Numismatics 

Lace 



THE SCHOOL STAFF 

1926-1927 



Edmondson Hussey, Principal 

Leslie W. Miller, Principal Emeritus 

Thomas H. Willson, Registrar 

Eugenie M. Fryer, Librarian 



Rose A. Baird, 

Costume Design. 
Ellzey Bridges, 

Costumes and 
Materials. 
]. Frank Copeland, 

Interior Decoration. 
Edmund deForest Curtis, 

Pottery. 

Henry Dean, 

Architectural Drawing. 

Agostino de Porreca, 

Drawing. 
John J. Dull, 

Water Color. 
Ralph Dunkelberger, 

Draiving. 
T. P. Farrady, 

Interior Decoration. 
Charlotte Gehrke, 

Ass't Costume Design Dept. 
Douglas Gilchrist, 

Metal Work and Jewelry. 
Mabel B. Hall, 

Drawing and Anatomy. 

John Hearn, 

Drawing. 
Edmondson Hussey, 

Teachers' Training Course. 
J. T. Jacobsen, 

Drawing. 

John Craig Janney, 

Drawing. 
Florence Jester, 

Ass't Teachers' Training Dept. 



Joseph Konetsky, 

Wrought Iron. 
Edwin Krimmel, 

Architectural Drawing. 

Elmer S. Lukens, 

Woodwork. 
Ralph McLellan, 

Dratving from Life. 
Ellen F. Meehan, 

Design and Color. 

Louis Milione, 
Modeling. 

Thornton Oakley, 

Illustration. 
Wm,. Henry Parker, Jr., 

Shades and Shadows, Perspective. 
Herbert Pullinger, 

Pen and Ink; Lithography. 
Emily R. Santiago, 

Drawing. 
Gertrude Shull, 

Cast Drawing. 
LuiGi Spizziri, 

Nature Study; Costumed Model 
Class. 
Mary B. Sweeney, 

Drazving. 

H. D. Ware, 

Poster and Advertising Design. 

Edward Warwick, 

Furniture and Wood-carving; 
History of Costume. 
Helen West, 

Drawing. 



TEXTILE DEPARTMENT 

E. W. France, Director 
Lecturer on Raw Materials, Processes and Fabrics 



Bradley C. Algeo, Assistant Director, Professor in Cltarge of Weave 
Fortnation, Analysis and Structure of Fabrics. 

Frank L. Giese, Instructor in Weave Formation, Analysis and Structure 
of Fabrics. 

Richard S. Cox, Professor in Charge of Jacqiiard Design, Drawing and 
Color Work. 

Ercal Kaiser, Instructor in Jacquard Design and Color Work. 

Ralph Dunkelberger, Instructor in Free-Hand Drawing and Figured 
Design. 

Elmer C. Bertolet, Professor in Charge of Chemistry, Dyeing and 
Printing. 

Howard A. Walter, Assistant Professor in Charge of Chemistry and 
Dyeing. 

Percival Theel, Instructor in Dyeing and Chemistry. 

Joseph E. Goodavage, Instructor in Dyeing, Bleaching and Printing. 

George G. Byler, Instructor in Elementary Chemistry. 

John Lockwood, Instructor in Charge of Wool Carding and Spinning, 
Worsted Drawing and Spinning. 

Alan G. AIarquart, Assistant in Wool Carding and Spinning, Worsted 
Drawing and Spinning. 

John Naab, Instructor in Charge of Cotton Carding and Spinning, Silk 
Manufacturing and Hosiery Knitting. 

William B. Williamson, Assistant Instructor in Cotton Carding and 
Spinning and Hosiery Knitting. 

William Pfeiffer, Instructor in Charge of Pozver Weaving and Related 
Branches. 

R^BB^ Y^ Re^y 1 ^^^^^^^'"^f^ ^"' Power Weaving and Related Branches. 

Wm. a. McLain, Instructor in Cltarge of Elementary Weaving and Related 
Branches. 

John W. France, Assistant in Elementary Weaving and Related Branches. 

Frederick Jennings, Instructor in Materials Used in the Wool and 
Worsted Industry. 

Alfred Burhouse, Instructor in Wool and Worsted Cloth Finishing. 

Anna C. Krecker, Secretary. 

Thomas H. Willson, Registrar. 

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Corot: Mother and Child 
From the McIlhenny Collection 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

To the Members of the Pennsylvania Museum and School of 
Indiistrial Art: 

The year 1925-26 was one of many changes for the Museum 
and School, The vacancy in the office of Director of the Museum, 
created by the resignation of Mr. Langdon Warner in 1923, was 
filled by the election of Mr. Fiske Kimball and that in the office 
of Principal of the School, occasioned by the resignation of 
Mr. Huger Elliott, was filled by the election of Mr. Edmondson 
Hussey. 

While neither of these gentlemen was able to assume the 
full discharge of his duties for several months after the beginning 
of the current year, the most cursory examination of their 
annual reports, presented herewith, will show the immense 
amount of work already accomplished by them and the marked 
advances made by the Museum and School since the last annual 
meeting of the Corporation. 

The management of the Corporation suffered the most 
serious loss in its recent history through the death of Mr. John D. 
Mcllhenny, its President for the last five years. His devotion 
to the interests of the Corporation, which led him to fill the 
responsible positions of Chairman of the Museum Committee and 
of the Executive Committee in addition to that of President, was 
only equalled by his liberality in gifts to the Museum during his 
life and by his testamentary benefactions after his death. Another 
gap in the ranks of the active workers for the Museum was 
created by the death of Mr. Alfred Coxe Prime, a member of 
the Museum Committee since 1919 and an authority on all 
branches of Americana, whose place it will be most difficult to fill. 

While the Treasurer's report shows a gratifying increase in 
current revenue and especially in liberal gifts to the endowment 
fund and special contributions for the purchase of distinguished 
objects for the Museum collections, the increased activities of the 

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Museum and School have required greater outlays than ever and 
the efforts of the friends of the Corporation toward securing 
additional contributions must be redoubled, if the splendid 
progress made by the institution during the past year is to be 



maintained during the ensuing one. 



Respectfully submitted on behalf of the Board of Trustees, 

Eli Kirk Price, 

President. 



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The Deposition 
Tapestry, Brussels, About 1510 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MUSEUM 

To the President and Trustees of the Pennsylvania Museum and 
School of Industrial Art: 

Gentlemen : I have the honor to submit the following 
report : 

The past year has been noteworthy for the Museum through 
its realization of a greatly increased public support. Examination 
of past records reveals that in no one of its fifty years has the 
Museum benefited so largely by gifts of money, by gifts of valu- 
able objects, and by bequests. Only in 1881, when the bulk of 
the magnificent Bloomfield Moore collection was received, have 
the accessions of objects rivalled in importance those of this year. 
Only in 1922-23, when the purchase of the Williams collection 
of furniture was undertaken, were the gifts of money comparable 
to those we have received in the past twelve months. The 
Mcllhenny bequest, in money and objects, is by far the largest 
which has ever come to the Museum. The membership likewise 
surpassed that of any previous year, and the attendance for the 
second time exceeded four hundred thousand. Particularly 
gratifying has been the increase in the number of large donations. 
It would appear that the Museum is showing itself worthy of its 
enlarged responsibilities for the future. 

Bequests 

The most generous single donation was the bequest of the 
late president of the institution, John D. Mcllhenny. After giving 
a life interest to his widow, he left to the Museum substantially 
his entire collection of works of art, with the sum of one hun- 
dred thousand dollars for its maintenance and increase. The 
works include some seventy-five paintings, of nearly every great 
school from the Byzantine to the contemporary ; sculpture — class- 
ical, Gothic and Renaissance; tapestries; fine furniture from the 
Gothic to the Georgian periods ; and Oriental carpets, particularly 
rich in examples from Asia Minor and the Caucasus. By the 

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broad powers granted, the absence of restrictions as to installa- 
tion, Mr. Mcllhenny, while giving evidence of wise confidence 
in his successors, has assured that his collection may be so admin- 
istered as to remain forever honorable to his memory under 
changing conditions of the future, and has given a valuable 
example to other testators. 

Welcome and valuable bequests were received under the 
wills of the late Simon Gratz, Emma C. Gratz, Charlesanna 
Horner, and Alfred Duane Pell. The pieces received under the 
Pell bequest enrich and supplement still further the remarkable 
ceramic collection of the Museum. 

Accessions by Purchase and Gift 

During the year there have been accessions of outstanding 
importance in all three major fields of the Museum's interest: 
European, Oriental, and American art. 

Foremost among single objects is the superb tapestry of 
"The Deposition from the Cross," purchased from general 
museum funds and generous subscriptions from the following 
friends of the Museum : Mrs. Henry A. Berwind, Mr. Morris R. 
Bockius, Mrs. William T. Carter, Mrs. Hampton L. Carson, Mr. 
John Gribbel, Mrs. Charles Wolcott Henry, Mr. George Horace 
Lorimer, Mrs. John D. Mcllhenny, Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols, 
Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson, Mr. James F. Sullivan, Mr. Roland 
L. Taylor, Mr. John T. Windrim, the Reverend and Mrs. Harrison 
Wright. It represents the early phase of the northern Renais- 
sance. Woven in Brussels about 1510, it is closely related to the 
series of the Passion woven for Pietro Soderini, chief of the 
Florentine republic from 1502-1512, which is now in private pos- 
session in Paris. 

It is admirably supplemented by the acquisition of another 
valuable and interesting Gothic tapestry, the gift of Sir Joseph 
Duveen, an allegorical figure of Hope, of about 1470. With the 
later set of four, "The Story of Jacob," of about 1650, in the 
Bloomfield Moore collection, the Museum now has an admirable 

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representation of tapestry weaving in Flanders for nearly two 
centuries. 

Another purchase of much importance was that of the Torrey 
collection of two hundred and ninety-seven pieces of Sheffield 
plate, toward which Mr. Morris R. Bockius, Mr. George H. 
Lorimer and Miss Nina Lea were generous contributors, I may 
quote from Mr. Warner's report for 1923, when this collection 
was first received as a loan : "Nowhere in this country, nor, I am 
told, in Europe, can such a comprehensive exhibition be seen, 
nor is there any other group of this material illustrating so com- 
pletely the rise, flowering, and decay of this interesting craft." 

Among other accessions of European decorative art reported 
individually from month to month in the Bulletin, there may be 
mentioned especially a silver tea caddy by Paul Lamerie, the gift 
of Mrs. Alfred Duane Pell. 

With the aid of generous givers, remarkable progress has 
been made this year in assembling a series of some ten fine 
interiors, artistically important in themselves and as a background 
for other exhibits. 

An exceptionally fine large English Georgian panelled room 
of pine, in the style of William Kent, comes as the gift of Mr. 
William M. Elkins. It represents a phase of style just prior to 
that illustrated by the Museum's "Tower Hill Room." 

Another such acquisition of prime importance is the remaining 
interior finish of the famous Philadelphia house of Samuel Powel, 
of which the woodwork of the back parlor is now in the Metro- 
politan Museum. The woodwork and ceiling of the principal 
apartment, the ballroom, together with the finish of the stairhall 
and lower floor, are a gift of Mr. George D. Widener. The deli- 
cate and intricate rocaille ceiling of the ballroom (a reduced cast 
of which is in the Metropolitan Museum) — one of the half-dozen 
examples known in the American colonies — was successfully re- 
moved. The woodwork of two rooms on the third story was 
presented by Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Klebansky; a section of the 
ballroom cornice by Mr. H. Louis Duhring. 

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Another phase of colonial art in Pennsylvania is shown by 
the remarkable woodwork of a Pennsylvania-German house of 
1752, perhaps unique among those preserved, the gift of Mrs. 
Pierre S. du Pont and Mr. and Mrs. Lammot du Pont. The 
house has the structural character familiar in New England work 
of the seventeenth century, with elaborately moulded posts and 
summer beams. A partition, of richly moulded sheathing, is of 
oak instead of the New England pine. The staircase is unique 
in America, so far as is known, in having square moulded 
balusters of the type common in the period of Louis XIV and 
William III. The woodwork will form a harmonious background 
for the unrivalled collection of Pennsylvania pottery owned by the 
Museum. With the purchase this year of four additional tulip- 
decorated chests, representing different Pennsylvania counties, 
and the gift by Mr. George H. Lorimer of another fine painted 
chest and two painted chests of drawers, the Museum has secured 
an unapproached collection in this branch of Pennsylvania crafts- 
manship. 

From Salem, Massachusetts, comes the surviving interior 
woodwork of the Hersey Derby house, the only surviving product 
of collaboration between the two most famous New England 
designers : Charles Bulfinch, architect ; Samuel Mclntire, carver. 
In view of the rarity of authentic domestic work by Bulfinch and 
the questionable character of much attributed to him, we are ex- 
ceptionally fortunate in securing the finish from this house, for 
which Bulfinch's manuscript drawings still, exist. 

Other examples of American craftsmanship acquired during 
the year include two fine Philadelphia lowboys, one mahogany of 
the period of William Savery, one walnut, a unique and untouched 
example of the William and Mary type; a mahogany chest-on- 
chest; an early oak-and-pine stretcher desk, two wainscot chairs 
and other examples of the earliest Pennsylvania furniture ; as well 
as choice examples of Philadelphia-made silver and pewter. 

Although no purchases have been made of European or 
American paintings and prints, the collections have been enriched 
by a number of gifts, including two portraits by John Neagle 

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Chest-on-Chest, Philadelphia, about 1780 




Staircase from a Pennsylvania-German House, \7dZ 



from Mrs. Samuel Baker, three paintings by the Philadelphia 
artist, Sarah Ball Dodson, given by her brother, Mr. R. Ball Dod' 
son, and one by the contemporary Dutch artist, Lizzie Ansingh, 
from a number of subscribers. 

The collections of Eastern art have received very notable 
accessions chiefly through the continued gifts of Mr. Charles H. 
Ludington and of the curator of the department. They embrace 
the third and last shipment of the Crofts collection and many 
other pieces of great merit and interest. The paintings include 
three large Chinese examples: an early Sung portrait of Chung 
K'wei, with two others of the Sung and early Ming dynasties, as 
well as eight smaller album paintings of the lives of the emperors. 
Of very exceptional importance is a large fresco from a temple in 
Honan, yet to be installed. The numerous new pieces of wood 
sculpture are also noteworthy, particularly the standing figure of 
a Bodhisattva, T'ang or early Sung, and a trinity of seated 
Bodhisattva. Among the rare tile objects is a large panel of a 
Bodhisattva in low relief, preserving much of its original coloring. 
There are also a large number of bronze objects, pieces of Ming 
faience, silver jewelry ornaments and terra cotta exvotos and 
architectural decorations, as well as three fine brocaded velvet 
carpets. These accessions confirm the high rank which the 
Museum has already taken in the field of Chinese art. 

Loans 

Among the principal loans to the Museum, other than those 
for special exhibitions, may be mentioned twenty-eight paintings, 
mostly Italian, lent by Mr. Van Antwerp Lea, Miss Elizabeth 
Jaudon Lea, and Mr. Francis Carey Lea ; fourteen early American 
portraits and three sculptural figures, two of them the work of 
William Rush, lent by the Edwin Forrest Home; a number of 
mediaeval carved capitals, corbels and panels, lent by Mrs. John 
D, Mcllhenny; forty fine pieces of American furniture, chiefly 
Hepplewhite and Sheraton, including a beautiful set of chairs 
reputed to have once belonged to Dr. Philip Syng Physick, 
lent by Mrs. Francis P. Garvan; two rare early Pennsylvania 

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tables and their accompanying pairs of long forms, lent by Mr. J. 
Stogdell Stokes; and a number of important pieces of American 
silver. 

Exhibitions 

The special exhibitions of the year have been particularly 
numerous and significant. Frequent visitors to the Museum have 
learned that they will always find something new, worthy of 
attention. 

The season opened with an exhibition of American Windsor 
chairs (lent by Mr. J. Stogdell Stokes), Pennsylvania-German 
chests (lent chiefly by Mr. Clarence W. Brazer), and hand- 
woven coverlets, which attracted wide notice. In March and 
April, through the kindness of Mrs. Mcllhenny, the Museum 
was enabled to show the John D. Mcllhenny collection in a 
memorial exhibition. On April seventh was inaugurated an ex- 
hibition of the important recent accessions in the field of Chinese 
art. On May fourteenth was opened an exhibition of old masters 
from the extraordinary collection formed between 1829 and 1852 
by Dr. Isaac Lea, of Philadelphia, never before shown to the 
public, lent by his descendants — the three above named, with 
Miss Nina Lea, Mr. Arthur H. Lea, and Mr. Charles M. Lea. 
As the year closes we are preparing, in collaboration with the 
Print Club, the memorial exhibition of the work of Joseph 
Pennell, an alumnus of the School, to be held in the autumn. 

Meanwhile, from month to month, the Curator of Paintings 
has been carrying on the long series of interesting special ex- 
hibitions in the Print Room. Chief of these this year have been : 
Hungarian prints; lithographs by Joseph Nash; lithographs and 
etchings by Gordon Craig; and, especially, the work of William 
Blake, an astonishing collection of his water colors, drawings, 
prints and books, generously lent by Mr. A. Edward Newton. 
In preparation is an extensive exhibition of the work of the 
Philadelphia artist, John Sartain, lent by Miss Harriet Sartain. 

Installation 
In the course of the year the eastern galleries have been 
entirely renovated, making, with the mediaeval corridor, which 

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Painted Tile Relief of a Bodhisattva 
Period of the Six Dynasties 




KuBA "Dragon Rug," Caucasian, Late 17th Century 
From the McIlhenny Collection 



gives access to them, a suite worthy of any museum. Extensive 
improvements have also been made in the display of objects in 
these galleries. In the main foyer, backgrounds of a permanent 
character have been constructed, greatly increasing the available 
wall space, and, in effect, adding another fine gallery to the 
crowded building. In the arrangement of furniture and acces- 
sories, the older national groupings have been developed to secure 
a more consistent and harmonious unity of period and style. 
Paintings and furniture have also been thus brought as nearly 
as possible into relationship. 

Branch Museums: the "Colonial Chain" 

While acquiring fine old interiors for installation in the 
Museum from houses threatened with demolition or inaccessible 
through remoteness, we have not overlooked the fact that Phila- 
delphia has, in the old houses in Fairmount Park, an artistic 
resource possessed today by no other American city. Con- 
veniently located a few hundred yards apart, near the Aluseum, 
they offer an epitome of the development of American archi- 
tecture and decoration from the time of William Penn until 
the nineteenth century. In several cases these houses are the 
very finest of their respective types, with features of a richness 
and quality of workmanship unequalled or unsurpassed anywhere 
in America. 

The Commissioners of Fairmount Park, who have already 
begun the restoration of Mount Pleasant and have completed the 
work on the Bartram house, have taken action favorable to the 
plan of restoring several of the more important mansions for the 
reception of furnishings of their respective periods. Two impor- 
tant steps in the execution of this plan have been taken in the 
past year. Through very liberal gifts of Mr. Charles H. Luding- 
ton to the Pennsylvania Museum, the restoration of Mount Pleas- 
ant is being completed on an exemplary scale. Curtains of fine 
antique damask, made in the style of the period, are being pro- 
vided, the terraced garden replanted on the old lines. With the 
co-operation of a sub-committee of the Women's Committee of 

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the Sesquicentennial, headed by Mrs. Harrold E, GiUingham, 
loans of Philadelphia Chippendale furniture have been secured, 
the Museum is placing in the house ten of its finest pieces, and 
it is to be opened to the public under the care of the Museum on 
July 1st. 

Through the generosity of Miss Lydia Thompson Morris, 
the house of the Morris family. Cedar Grove, Harrowgate, is 
being removed and re-erected near the Museum, with the under- 
standing that it will be filled with its original furnishings of the 
period 1714-1791 and be similarly opened under the custodian- 
ship of the Museum. 

Educational Work 

Although continuing under the recognized handicaps of a 
location poorly served by public transit facilities and of the 
absence of lecture and class rooms, the Museum has not been 
unmindful, of organized "educational work." The Museum's 
relation to art-school training, as the very title of the institution 
indicates, is exceptionally close and a correspondingly large use 
is made of its galleries by students of the School. In regard to 
the public schools, there has been cordial co-operation with the 
Director of Art, Mr. Dillaway, and his assistant, Mrs. Morrison. 
We look forward to the day when one or more art teachers will 
be permanently attached to the Museum, co-operating with our 
docent, and when the school omnibuses may be used during school 
hours for transporting classes to and from the Museum. Clubs 
and other groups visiting the Museum have been given personal 
guidance by members of the staff so far as possible. 

A feature of the year was the series of lectures on Chippen- 
dale in England and America, given by Mr. Herbert Cescinsky, 
of London, and made possible by the generous support of Mr. 
Howard Reifsnyder. 

Publications and Printing 

The Museum Bulletin has been strengthened in both content 
and make-up, resulting in a steady increase in the number of 

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Walnut Credence 

French, 16th Century 

From the McIlhenny Collection 




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subscribers and in a doubling of the sales at the desk during the 
year. We have for the first time protected its contents by copy- 
right and, with the new year, it will receive second-class mailing 
rates. Contributors, beside the staff, have included Esther 
Stevens Eraser, Alfred Coxe Prime, R. M. Riefstahl, J. Stogdell 
Stokes and Harvey M. Watts, who have given generously of their 
time in the study and interpretation of the Museum's collections. 
The eagerness of other publications to reprint some of these 
articles has been very gratifying. 

Important new publications of the year include "Colonial 
Craftsmen of Pennsylvania," by Alfred Coxe Prime, and a cata- 
logue of the Rea collection of silver by Dr. Woodhouse, Dr. 
Barber's "Tulip Ware," now out of print, for which there is a 
steady demand, is being issued in a new edition. 

Through the generosity of Mr. Jayne, the Museum received 
a complete and superior printing plant of press, cases and much 
type. The Museum purchased an extensive series of Garamond 
type, permitting a great and needed improvement in the printing 
of its labels and placards. 

The Library 

The Librarian reports that the acquisitions of books, by both 
gift and purchase, for the past year have been more numerous 
than ever before and at the same time more valuable and useful. 

Among the gifts received were three from Mrs. Elizabeth 
V. Abbott; the ledger, record book and some original weaving 
drafts, made about 1816 by William Hutchinson, a New Jersey 
weaver. 

Important additions were made to our sets of art magazines 
by our late President, Mr. John D. Mcllhenny. Mr. Samuel 
Rea presented a most valuable collection of books on English 
silver, among them four by E. Alfred Jones on Plate in the 
Tower of London, in Windsor Castle, and that belonging to the 
Emperor of Russia and to Leopold de Rothschild. With these 

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additions to the books on silver the Library contains one of the 
most complete collections on that subject. 

Among the more important purchases were several books on 
textiles, such as Bezon's Dictionnaire des Tissus, F. R. Martin's 
Persische Stoffe, and Persische Prachtstoffe im Schlosse Rosen- 
borg, all three now out of print, and Algoud's, Gaspard Gregoire 
et ses Velours d'art. The books on textiles now form a most com- 
prehensive collection. 

Many books have been added in the rapidly growing 
Oriental Department such as Stein's Ancient Khotan, Siren's 
Chinese Sculpture and a complete set of T'Oung Pao. 

There have been many other important additions, the names 
of which have appeared from time to time in our Bulletin. The 
complete list of donors and statistics will be found elsewhere in 
this report. 

The Staff 

The present Director took up his duties September 1, 1925. 
Dr. Woodhouse, who had been Acting Director, was appointed 
Associate Director. Unfortunately, he was compelled by ill health 
to ask leave of absence and he has been abroad since the end of 
January. Many of his duties regarding the decorative arts have 
devolved on Mr. Joseph Downs, the newly appointed Assistant 
Curator, who has had an important share in the work of the year. 
The Curator of Oriental Art, Mr. Jayne, returned from China 
in November. After preparing and installing the admirable 
exhibition of Chinese accessions which were the fruits of his 
eastern trip, he sailed again in April to study the collections in 
Europe. Miss Reath, Assistant in charge of Textiles, also went 
abroad in April for three months of work and study. 

Respectfully submitted, 

FiSKE Kimball, 

Director. 



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STATISTICAL TABLES 

ACCESSIONS 

1925-26 1924-25 
Classes Bequests Gifts Purchases Totals Totals 

Arms and Armor 260 

Books (for Exhibition).. 114 

Books: The Library 53 230 283 233 

Ceramics 78 128 

Darley Fund 2 

John D. Mcllhenny 

Special Fund 5 213 111 

Clocks, Watches, 1 1 65 

Costumes 17 17 12 

Crystals, Jade, 29 

Dolls and Toys 1 1 22 

Drawings 6 6 41 

Enamels 1 

Laces 2 2 1 

Glass, Objects in 71 71 37 

Ivories 1 1 

Jewelry 7 7 135 

Fans 2 8 10 2 

Lacquer 1 

Manuscripts 1 

Medals, Coins, 1993 1993 

Metalwork 75 284 

James Magee Fund .... 1 

Darley Fund 8 

Offertory Fund 1 

Mary Richardson Fund 1 

Temple Fund 1 371 106 

Paintings 15 

Membership Fund 9 24 3 

Photographs 16 939 955 1528 

Photoprints 561 

Prints, Etchings, • 137 137 1 

Sculpture 16 16 17 

Textiles 65 1 

Darley Fund 8 

Mary Richardson Fund 1 75 578 

Woodwork and Furniture 5 18 

Baugh-Barber Fund 4 

Fannie Magee Fund 2 

Offertory Fund 1 

Elizabeth S. Shippen 
Fund 3 

Temple Fund 3 36 13 

85 2630 1505 4220 3762 

BEQUESTS RECEIVED 
Emma C. Gratz. 

Simon Gratz in memory of Caroline S. Gratz. 

Charlesanna Horner in the name of her mother Rosanna Swope Horner. 
Alfred Duane Pell. 

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ACCESSIONS: COMPARATIVE TABLES 

A. OBJECTS OF ART (EXCEPT PRINTS, COINS, MEDALS, AND TEXTILES) 

Bequests Gifts Purchases Totals 
1926 85 419 556 1060 

1925 671 419 1090 

Increase over 1925 85 137 

Decrease from 1925 252 30 

B. PRINTS 

1926 137 137 

1925 1 1 

Increase over 1925 136 136 

C. COINS, MEDALS 

1926 1993 1993 

1925 

Increase over 1925 1993 1993 

D. TEXTILES 

1926 65 9 74 

1925 61 517 578 

Increase over 1925 4 

Decrease from 1925 508 504 

E. LIBRARY — BOOKS 

1926 53 230 283 

1925 32 197 229 

Increase over 1925 21 33 54 

F. LIBRARY — PHOTOGRAPHS 

1926 16 939 955 

1925 139 1389 1528 

Decrease from 1925 123 450 573 

Bequests of objects of art received 4 

Donors of objects of art 64 

Donors to the Library 67 



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LOANS 

Ceramics j 

Costumes 2 

Drawings 4 

Fans 1 

Ivories 1 

Jewelry 1 

Metalwork 9 

Paintings, including Miniatures 161 

Prints 266 

Sculpture 18 

Textiles 57 

Woodwork and Furniture 189 

Total 710 

ATTENDANCE 

June 1, 1916 to May 31st, 1917 318,471 

June 1, 1917 to May 31st, 1918 354,266 

June 1, 1918, to May 31st, 1919 336,559 

June 1, 1919, to May 31st, 1920 337,611 

June 1, 1920, to May 31st, 1921 386,182 

June 1, 1921 to May 31st, 1922 342,081 

June 1, 1922 to May 31st, 1923 296,497 

June 1, 1923 to May 31st, 1924 311,993 

June 1, 1924 to May 31st, 1925 421,363 

June 1, 1925 to May 31st, 1926 413,547 



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DONORS OF OBJECTS OF ART 
William van Rensselaer Abdill John Story Jenks 
Mrs. Finley Acker 
Mrs. Samuel M. Baker 



Mrs. L. F. Barranger 

Mrs. Henry A. Berwind 

Morris R. Bockius 

Edward W. Bok 

Mrs. James F. Breuil 

Mrs. William T. Carter 

Mrs. Hampton L. Carson 

Miss Margaret Clyde 

Miss Annie A. Cowell 

Miss Margaret G. Cowell 

Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe 

James Curran 

Mrs. Josephine M. de Moll 

R. Ball Dodson 

H. Louis Duhring 

Mr. and Mrs. Lammot du Pont 

Mrs. Pierre S. du Pont 

Sir Joseph Duveen 

William M. Elkins 

G. W. Engle 

The Essex Institute 

Mrs. Laurence M. Eyre 

Daniel H. Farr 

Willoughby Farr 

S. FlORENTINI 

Clarence H. Geist 

John Gribbel 

Mrs. Charles Wolcott Henry 

Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman 
Mrs. Pablo Homs-Loman 
Miss Letitia Humphreys 
Mrs. Philip Jagode 
Horace H. F. Jayne 

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Augustus W. Jordan 
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf 

Klebansky 
Charles M. Lea 
George H. Lorimer 
Charles H. Ludington 
Mrs. Arthur Malcom 
Mrs. J. J. McHuGH 
Mrs. John D. McIlhenny 
Miss Lydia Thompson Morris 
Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols 
Mrs. Frank Thorne 

Patterson 
Mrs. Alfred Duane Pell 
W. S. Pilling 
Mrs. Fred Perry Powers 
Samuel Rea 

Estate of Mary Jane Ross 
Mrs. Edward S. Sayres 
Miss Caroline H. Schrader 
Miss Fanny A. Shortridge 
Miss Joan F. J. Soop 
J. Stogdell Stokes 
S. M. Sullivan, in the 

name of Eleanor HustedLeal 
James F. Sullivan 
Roland L. Taylor 
Mrs. Mary E. Theurer 
Mrs. Pendleton G. 

Watmough 
George D. Widener 
Joseph Lapsley Wilson 
John T. Windrim 
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Wright 

PlET VAN WyNGAERDT 



DONORS TO THE LIBRARY 

Mrs. Elizabeth V. Abbott 

American Association of Museums 

Anonymous (3) 

Art Center, New York 

Art Students' League 

Mrs. Mary M. At water 

Bachstitz Gallery 

Barnes Foundation 

E. Hamilton Bell 

Boston Museum of Fine Arts 

Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences 

Carnegie Museum 

Mrs. Hampton L. Carson 

Charleston Museum 

Chicago Art Institute 

Chicago Historical Society 

Cincinnati Museum 

Cleveland Museum of Art 

Colorado Springs, Broadmoor Art Gallery 

Columbia College, New York 

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 

Corcoran Gallery of Art 

Davenport Municipal Gallery 

Detroit Institute of Arts 

Faenzas Museo Internazionale della Ceramiche 

Fairmount Park Art Association 

Hackley Art Gallery 

Hartford, Wadsworth Atheneum 

Hispanic Society of America 

Indianapolis Art Association, John Herron Art Institute 

Los Angeles Museum 

Macbeth Gallery 



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John D. McIlhenny 

Minneapolis, Institute of Arts 

Montevideo: Trabajo 

MusEO Nacional de Arqueologia, Historia y Etnografia, 

Mexico 
Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation 
Newark Museum Association 
New York Historical Society 
New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art 
Numismatic and Antiquarian Society 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 
Pennsylvania Horticultural Society 
Samuel Rea 

Reading Public Museum and Art Gallery 
Rhode Island School of Design 
Rochester Memorial Art Gallery 
St. Louis City Art Museum 
St. Paul Institute 
Frederick Fairchild Sherman 
Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology, Toronto 
Smithsonian Institution, Washington 

Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities 
Staten Island Institute of Arts and Sciences 
Sara Yorke Stevenson Memorial 
Tioga Point Museum 
Toledo Museum of Art 
Tiffany Studios, New York 
University of Pennsylvania Museum 
Victoria and Albert Museum, London 
Langdon Warner 
Samuel W. Woodhouse, Jr. 
Worcester Art Museum 
Yale University 



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LENDERS OF OBJECTS OF ART 



George Tucker Bispham 

Clarence W. Brazer 

Louis Semple Clarke 

R. Ball Dodson 

The Edwin Forrest Home 

Mrs. Francis P. Garvan 

Mrs. John B. Large 

Arthur H. Lea 

Miss Elizabeth Jaudon Lea 

Charles M. Lea 

Francis Carey Lea 

Miss Nina Lea 

Van Antwerp Lea 

Mrs. William Ledwith 

Miss Bernice M. McIlhenny 



Mrs. John D. McIlhenny 
Henry P. McIlhenny 
John D. McIlhenny 
A. Edward Newton 
Pennsylvania Society of 
Miniature Painters 

W. S. Pilling 

Samuel Rea 

Miss Frances Richardson 

Domenick Sajenni 

George Schreiber 

S. L. Stadelman 

J. Stogdell Stokes 

Miss Helen F. Sturgeon 



Yamanaka and Company 



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REPORT OF THE PRINCIPAL OF THE SCHOOL 

To the President, and Trustees of The Pennsylvania Museum and 
School of Industrial Art: 

I have the honor of presenting" to you my first Annual Report 
of the School. 

Registration 
The total number of students attending the School for the 
year 1925-1926 was 1719, divided as follows: 

Art Department: 

Day School 513 

Evening School 452 

Saturday Adult "i ,go 

Saturday Junior) 

1153 

Summer School: 
June I 

July \ 76 

August ) 

Textile Department: 

Day School 178 

Evening School 312 

Total 490 



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Work from the Class ix Furniture Design 




Work from the Class ix Design 



The School 

As in previous years the Beginners' Class in both Schools 
was filled to capacity. It is gratifying- to know the advanced 
Qass is large, which shows a continued interest in the work 
offered by the School for Professional Training. 

Department of Industrial Art 

The Summer School was small in number. The students in 
attendance were most enthusiastic about the Courses of work and 
enjoyed the contact with the School. The Junior Department, a 
new feature in the Summer School, was conducted at the Museum, 
Horticultural Hall and the Zoo. 

The new additions to the Teaching Staff in the Art School 
are: Miss Rose A. Baird, appointed in charge of the Costume 
Design Department; Miss Ellen Meehan, appointed in charge of 
the Design Department ; Mr. Luigi Spizzirri, appointed in charge 
of Nature Study Drawing and Costume Model Drawing; Mr. 
Hayden Perrera, appointed in charge of the Beginners' v/ork of 
Mechanical Drawing, Lettering and Perspective. 

It has been my pleasure to develop and project to a greater 
degree the splendid plan, which was designed by Mr. Elliott, to 
carry on the educational possibilities of the work for professional, 
artistic training. To this end, the work accomplished during 
the past term has been in strengthening the subject matter of 
each Course. Special attention has been given Memory Drawing 
and Imaginative Drawing, the developing of greater facility in 
drawing, in creative ability, emphasizing the study of Design, 
not only from the specific concept of Design, but from a com- 
prehensive meaning. A School of Industrial Art is a School of 
Design and the application of Design; therefore a School of 
Design indeed must ofifer experiences which develop not only 
ability and facility in draftsmanship, but creative power, judgment 
and discrimination in taste. 

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Professional Training 

In many Departments of the School the students have been 
given many opportunities to experience contact in the professional 
world. These contacts have been of the greatest value, as it is 
our purpose to develop in the four years professional standards 
to help each student carry on in the professional world for which 
the School means to prepare him. In this connection a great 
deal of attention has been given to helping students choose sub- 
jects for their professional training to which they are best fitted. 
In making a study and suggesting a possible course, it has been 
our desire to point out not only subjects which are best suited, 
but subjects which are not suited to the student's need. 

Exhibitions 

We have been unusually fortunate in having Exhibitions of 
the work of the following Philadelphia Artists. The Exhibitions 
have been most stimulating to the student, and to the work of the 
School. 

John J. Dull Luigi Spizzirri 

Herbert Pullinger Louis Milione 

Jessie Willcox Smith Original Rubbings from 

Louisa Eyre Memorial Brasses 

Henry Pitz 

Showing of Modern Costumes 

The last of April, the students in the Class of Costume 
Design gave at the Manufacturers Club the Fourth Annual Ex- 
hibition of Coats and Dresses designed and made by the members 
of the Class. The Coats, Suits and Dresses were distinctive in 
style and originality, yet in good taste. The Exhibition in the 
afternoon and evening was well attended. A delightful feature 
was the showing of four Bridal Gowns. The first Gown of 1776, 
the second Gown of 1826, the third Gown of 1876, and the fourth 
Gown of 1926. The Bridal Gown of 1926 was designed and made 
by the students of the Class. Many of the Costumes were made 

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Work from the Class in Drawing from Cast 




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from materials furnished by The Walther Manufacturing Co., 
Wm. F. Read & Sons Co., The Shelbourne Mills, Folwell Bros. 
& Co., The Cleveland Worsted Mills, The Continental Mills, and 
F. A. Bochman & Co. 

Library 

A steady increase by the students in the use of the library in 
research work, and the marked increase in both earnestness and 
intelligence in their application is a noteworthy feature as reflective 
of the attitude of the student body as a whole. The attendance to 
date for the year is 16,000. Among the many gifts to the Library, 
Mrs. Baird's gift of Ferronnerie Ancienne, consisting of 415 
Plates, was a valuable addition. Outstanding is the gift by the 
Class of 1925 of $180 to be expended for books for the Library. 
Out of this fund, 22 books have so far been purchased, each De- 
partment being represented and so enriched. 

Lectures 

Mr. Fiske Kimball spoke to the students most interestingly 
regarding the Use and Purpose of the Museum in relation to 
Research and the School. 

Mr. Samuel Yellin gave an interesting talk on Design, show- 
ing many charming photographs of iron work, designed by Old 
Masters, and many valuable pictures of his own design and crafts- 
manship. 

Lectures by Members of the Faculty 

Mr. J. Frank Copeland and Mr. Edward Warwick gave a 
number of lectures to clubs and schools on various subjects per- 
taining to Art, during the past winter. 

Mr. Hussey has given a number of lectures at educational 
meetings in adjacent States. 

Miscellaneous 

A number of students of the Costume Design Class visited 
shops in New York, seeing many new models in Costume Design 
direct from France. 



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The students of the Teachers' Training- Class have been en- 
gaged in practice teaching in forty schools, which has given the 
students the opportunity to experience school work before com- 
pleting their Course in Teachers' Training. 

To develop a school of the highest artistic, professional stand- 
ing is my one increasing purpose, a school of thinkers, workers, 
students, developed in the art of Industrial Art. The Pennsyl- 
vania Museum and School of Industrial Art, with its splendid 
location, its Department of Training, the Philadelphia Textile 
School, and the Art School, with the Museum and its fine Collec- 
tions, should attract to a greater degree, not only students from 
Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, but from every State in the Union. 
Already our enrollment shows representatives from twenty-three 
States, North, South, East and West. 

We look back over the past fifty years of magnificent accom- 
plishment ever as we look forward to the new fifty years of 
growth and development in the fineness of the profession of In- 
dustrial Arts. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Edmondson Hussey, 

Principal. 



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Work from the Class in Design 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER 

For the Fiscal Year ended May 31, 1926 
GENERAL FUND 

RECEIPTS 

For Operation (including" Maintenance) 

State of Pennsylvania Contribution.. $42,500.00 

City of Philadelphia Contribution 50,000.00 

Income from Endowments 17,411.80 

Gifts and Membership Dues 20,237.53 

Tuition Fees 149,438.00 

Miscellaneous 549.61 

$280,136.94 

EXPENDITURES 

For Museum Maintenance $40,535.66 

School Maintenance 210,220.77 

Administration 27,659.39 

$278,415.82 

Balance 1,721.12 

$280,136.94 
RESTRICTED FUNDS 

RECEIPTS 

For Purchase of Museum Collections 

Income from Endowments $20,533.60 
Gifts and Membership 

Dues 44,766.99 

$65,300.59 

For Other Purposes 

Income from Endowments $9,854.43 
Gifts and Miscellaneous 

Receipts 34,147.96 

44,002.39 

$109,302.98 

EXPENDITURES 

For Museum Collections $58,129.49 

Other Purposes 39,991.34 

$98,120.83 

Balance 11,182.15 

$109,302.98 
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THE PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM AND SCHOOL 
OF INDUSTRIAL ART 

Statement of Assets and Liabilities as of May 31, 1926 

ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in Bank. . . . $40,892.39 

Real Estate (cost) $.550,778.99 

Less Mortgage 500,000.00 50,778.99 

Investments (cost) 736,832.79 

$828,504.17 

LIABILITIES 

Scholarship Funds $52,899.06 

Prize Funds 11,119.57 

Miscellaneous Funds 673,967.63 

737,986.26 

Temporary Loans 10,000.00 

Restricted Funds 61,859.21 

809,845.47 

Balance 18,658.70 

$828,504.17 

We have examined the books and accounts of The Pennsyl- 
vania Museum and School of Industrial Art for the year ending 
May 31, 1926 and we hereby certify that the foregoing Report 
of theTreasurer and the Statement of Assets and Liabilities cor- 
rectly set forth the true financial position of the institution as of 
that date. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HuNziKER & Company. 
Charles C. Hunziker, 
June 7, 1926 Certified Public Accountant. 



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REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE 
OF WOMEN 

To the President and Board of Trustees: 

I herewith present the Thirty-ninth Annual Report of the 
Associate Committee of Women. 

Costume: Mrs. Coxe brought the work of the Costume 
Committee before the pubHc at a Fashion Show given at the 
Manufacturers' Club on the afternoon and evening of April 29th. 
Much enthusiasm was shown for the work of the Class. 

Entertainment: Mrs. S. Grey Dayton — An entertainment 
called the "Globe Trotters" was held at the Academy of Music 
on May 12th. Much credit should be given to Mrs. Dayton 
and to assistants for its success. 

Furniture and Woodwork : Miss Hinchman — Visits were 
paid by the students to the houses of well-known collectors of 
Antique Furniture, — one to the home of Mr. Reifsnyder, to see 
his valuable collection of Chippendale. 

House Committee: Under the able management of Mrs. 
Dick the rest room was re-decorated, new curtains bought and a 
curtain given to the Library. 

Illustration : Mrs. Leidy reported that her Committee had 
collected examples of work of some of the former famous students 
of the School for the stimulation of students now attending. Many 
have been framed and hung. 

Library: The outstanding gifts of the year have been 
"Ferronnerie Ancienne" given by Mrs. Baird and $180 given by 
the Class of 1925, to buy books for the Library. The attendance 
has been over 1500. 

Membership: Seven new members were elected. 

Two new Committees were created : Modeling, Miss Louisa 
Eyre, Chairman, and Poster Advertising, Miss Jessie Willcox 
Smith, Chairman. 

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Museum : Mr. Kimball, anxious for close co-operation be- 
tween the Associate Committee of Women and the Museum, has 
invited the Committee to hold three of its regular meetings at 
the Museum next year. 

Teas were given by several members of the Committee to 
interest their friends in the recent acquisitions by the Museum 
and the need of rounding out the collections already started. 
$7,000 have already been raised by the Associate Committee 
toward the purchase of the tapestry now at the Museum and 
$1,000 have been promised. 

Mrs. Henry reported Teas given: one at the opening of 
Mr. Stokes's and Mr. Brazier's Exhibition of Windsor Chairs 
and painted Pennsylvania chests ; one at the opening of the 
John D. Mcllhenny Memorial Exhibition. 

Scholarship: Mrs. Nichols reports a number of boys 
and girls given Saturday Scholarships by the members of the 
Committee and their friends. 

Students League House: The League House is full and 
there has been no illness. New furniture was bought for the 
reception room costing $300, 

Wrought Iron : Mrs. Patterson reported two sconces made 
for the rest room and several orders filled outside. 

Reports were made by the Prize, the Pottery and the Textile 
Committees. 

The Historical Sketch written by Miss Hinchman has been 
a source of much needed information to the new members of the 
Corporation and the Associate Committee. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ella G. Weimer, 
Acting Corresponding Secretary. 



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Work from the Class in Wrought Iron 




Work from the Class in Wrought Iron 



SUMMARY OF ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TREASURER 

OF THE ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN 

1925-1926 

Receipts : 

Balance May 1, 1925 $1,939.96 

Dues $255.00 

Assessments 95.00 

Prizes 437.00 

Interest from Harrison Trust Fund. . 66.63 

Income from Entertainment 15.00 

Contributions for Illustrations 110.00 

Contributions for Dress Forms 52.00 

Contribution for Printing 6.00 

Contributions for Special Purposes. . 2,516.61 
Received from Charlotte N. Spanogle 

Account Loan 5.00 

Interest on Bank Deposits 38.70 3,596.94 



$5,536.90 

Disbursements : 

Dues $35.00 

Prizes 242.00 

Reports 49.25 

Insurance 24.70 

Water Rent 29.28 

Express 1.79 

Printing 279.65 

Dress Form 26.00 

Returned to Charlotte N. Spanogle. . 5.00 

Safe Deposit Box Rental 10.00 

Student Loans — Due from "Students 

Loan Fund" 110.00 

Special Purposes 3,510.72 4,323.39 

Balance in Bank April 30, 1926 $1,213.51 

Edward P. Moxey & Co., 
Certified Public Accountants. 



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MEMBERSHIP 

EXTRACT FROM THE CIIARTER 

The Corporation shall be composed of persons who may 
become members upon such terms as the Trustees shall determine. 
Persons of either sex shall be eligible to membership. 

CLASSIFICATION OF MEMBERS 

Benefactors in Perpetuity, who contribute or bequeath $25,000 
or more to the Corporation, 

Patrons in Perpetuity, who contribute or bequeath $5,000 to 
the Corporation. 

Fellows for Life, who contribute $1,000 at one time. 

Life Members, who contribute $300 at one time. 

Fellows, who contribute $250 a year. 

Sustaining Members, who contribute $100 a year. 

Contributing Members, who contribute $25 a year. 

Annual Members, who contribute $10 a year. 

Fellows or Sustaining Members, whose contributions aggre- 
gate $1,000, may be elected Fellows for Life, 

Any person may be elected Benefactor, Patron, Fellow for 
Life or Life Member, who shall have made a gift to an amount 
requisite for admission to the respective class. 

Benefactors, Patrons, Fellows for Life and Life Members 
shall not be liable to annual dues. 

All funds received from Benefactors, Patrons, Fellows for 
Life and Life Members shall be permanently invested as part 
of the Endowment Fund, unless otherwise requested by the 
donor. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CORPORATION 

BENEFACTORS IN PERPETUITY 

*Baugh, Margaret L. *McIlhenny, John D. 

*Frishmuth, Sarah S. *Shippen, Elizabeth Swift 

LuDiNGTON, Charles H. Wood, William 



PATRONS IN 
*Baird, John 
*Barton, Susan R. 

BispHAM, George Tucker 
*Blanchard, Anna 
*Blanchard, Harriet 
*Childs, George W. 

Combs, Mrs. Mary A. 

DissTON, Henry & Sons 
*DoLAN, Thomas 
*Drexel, a. J. 
*Drexel, F. a. 

Elkins, William M. 
*Garrett, Julia 
*Garrett, W, E., Jr. 
*Gibson, Henry C. 

Gibson, Mrs. Henry C. 
*Gibson, Susan W. P. 
*Harrison, Thomas Skelton 

Henry, Mrs. Charles W. 

Henry, Mrs. J. Norman 
*Houston, H. H. 
*Jenks, John Story 

*Deceased 



PERPETUITY 
*Lea, Henry C. 

Lea, Miss Nina 

Laughlin, Henry A. 
*Lippincott, Agnes 
*McFadden, John H. 
*Magee, Fannie S. 
*MooRE, Clara J. 
*MoRRis, John T. 

Morris, Lydia T. 

Patterson, Mrs. Frank 

Thorne 
*Search,Theodore C. 
*Scott, Anna D. 
* Sulzberger, Mayer 
*Taylor, Mary E. 

Taylor, Roland L. 
*Temple, Joseph E. 
*Weightman, William 

Whitney, A., & Sons 

Widener, George D. 

Williams, Mrs. Charles F. 

WiSTER, Mrs. Jones 



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FELLOWS FOR LIFE 



B.,T.B. 

Berwind, Mrs. Henry A. 
BocKius, Morris R. 
Brubaker, Mrs. Albert P. 
Carter, Mrs. William T. 
Crane, T. I. 

Frazier, George Harrison 
Fuguet, Howard 
Geist, Clarence H. 
Humphreys, Miss Letitia 
Hutchinson, Sydney E. 
Jayne, Horace H. F. 
Johnson, Eldridge Reeves 
LoRiMER, George Horace 



Mastbaum, Jules E. 
McIlhenny, Mrs. John D. 
Nichols, Mrs. H. S. Prentiss 
Patterson, Frank Thorne 
Re A, Samuel 
Reifsnyder, Howard 
Stokes, J. Stogdell 
Sullivan, James F. 
Taylor, Roland L. 
TowNSEND, Mrs. David 
TuBizE Artificial Silk Com- 
pany OF America 
Wanamaker, Rodman 
Wilson, Jos. Lapsley 
WiNDRiM, John T. 



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LIFE MEMBERS 



Allen, Joseph 

Artman, Mrs. Caroline Foederer 

Baeder, Adamson & Co. 

Barney, James W. 

Battles, H. H. 

Beardwood, Mrs. Joseph T. 

Beck, Miss Adele M. 

Bein, August 

Blaetz, Jacob H. 

Blair, Andrew A. 

Blakiston, Miss Mary 

Boericke, Gideon 

Boger & Crawford 

Bok, Edward W. 

Bok, Mrs. Edward W. 

Bond, Charles 

Bower, F. B. 

Bower, William H. 

Braun, John F. 

Brazier, Miss E. Josephine 

Bready, Edwin K. 

Brock, Henry G. 

Bryant, Henry G. 

Butcher, Henry C. 

Butcher, Mrs. Henry C. 

Caldwell, J. E., & Co. 

Capp, Seth-Bunker 

Carpenter, Captain Aaron E. 

Carson, Mrs. Hampton L. 

Chase, Mrs. Mary Justice 

Chichester, Mrs. George Mason 

Clark, Charles D. 

Clark, Edward Walter 

Clark, Walton 

Clark, Mrs. Walton 

Clarke, Louis S. 

Cochran, M. 

Coleman, Edward R. 

Coleman, Miss Fanny B. 

Collins, Henry H. 

Cope, Miss Caroline E. 

Curtis, Cyrus H. K. 

Dobbins, Miss Laura E. 

Dobson, John & James, Inc. 

Dreer, Mrs. William F. 

Drexel, Mrs. John R. 

Duhring, Mrs. Henry 

DuPont deNemours, E. I., & Co. 

Dwier, W. Kirkland 

Eagleson, John 

Eddystone Manufacturing Co. 

Elkins, George W., Jr. 

Ennis, Andrew J. 



Evans, Miss Lena Cadwalader 

Eyre, Mrs. Laurence 

Fay, Leonard A. 

Fels, Samuel S. 

Fromuth, August G. 

Fuller, Mrs. Wm. A. M. 

Furness, Mrs. Horace Howard, Jr. 

Garrett, Mrs. Walter 

Geyelin, Mrs. Emile C. 

Gribbel, John 

Grove, Mrs. Henry S. 

Harrison, Alfred C. 

Harrison, George L. 

Harrison, H. Norris 

Harrison, John, Jr. 

Harvey, R. Wistar 

Hatfield, Henry R. 

Helme, William E. 

Helme, Mrs. William E. 

Heppe, Florence J. 

Hetzel, George C. 

Hill, George W. 

Hinchman, Miss Anne 

Hinchman, Margaretta S. 

Hires, Charles E. 

Horn & Hardart Baking Co. 

Horn, Joseph V. 

Horrocks Bros. 

Horstmann, Wm. H., & Sons 
Jarden, Mrs. Mary Templin 

Jayne, David, & Sons 

Jenkins, Charles F. 

Jenks, John S. 

Johnson, Mrs. George K. 

Johnson, R. Winder 

Justi, Henry M. 

Justice, Mrs. William W. 

Keen, Edwin F. 

Kennedy, John M., Jr. 

Klauder, Charles Z. 

Klebansky, Wolf 

Klebansky, Mrs. Wolf 

Klemm, Mrs. Maria 

Landenberger, J. William 

Laughlin, Ann Irwin 

Lea, Arthur H. 

Lewis, Mrs. John Frederick 

Lewis, Richard E. 

Lippincott, Walter H. 

Logan, Mrs. Robert R. 

MacNeill, William 

Madeira, Louis C, & Sons 

Matteossian, Mrs. Herant Baron 



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May, Mrs. Joseph 

MoCahan, William J., Jr. 

McLanahan, M. Hawley 

McNeely, Miss Florence 

McNeely, Robert K. 

McNeely, Mrs. Robert K. 

Meigs, Arthur I. 

Meigs, Mrs. Arthur V. 

Meirs, Mrs. Richard Wain 

Miles, Thomas H. 

Miller, Mrs. Benjamin 

Miller, Mrs. E. Clarence 

Millville Manufacturing Company 

Milne, David 

Moore, Mrs. Amory O. 

Moore, Clarence B. 

Morris, Effingham B. 

Morris, Lawrence J. 

Newbold, Mrs. John S. 

Newton, Mrs. Jewett B. 

Oehrle Brothers Co. 

Oliver Knitting Company 

Olsen, Tinius 

Perot, T. Morris, Jr. 

Pitcairn, Raymond 

Powers, Thomas Harris 

Price, Eli Kirk 

Prime, Mrs. Alfred Cox 

Proctor & Schwartz 

Provident Life & Trust Co. 

Quaker Lace Co. 

Roberts, Mrs. Charles 

Robinson, Anthony Wayne 

Rossmassler, Walter H. 

Ryan, James J. 



Santa Eulalia, Countess of 

Scholes, William, & Sons, Inc. 

Schwehn, Harry J. 

Scott, William H. 

Segal, Adolph 

Semple, Miss Helen 

Semple, Mrs. Matthew 

Smith, Mrs. A. Percival 

Smith, Horace Eugene 

Smith, Mrs. Jacqueline Harrison 

Smith, Lewis Lawrence 

Spink, William 

Sproul, Hon. William C. 

Steel Heddle Mfg. Co. 

Steel, E. T., & Co. 

Sullivan, James J. 

Supplee-Wills-Jones Milk Co. 

Sutro, Paul E. 

Sykes Brothers, Inc. 

Taft, Elihu B. 

Thayer, Mrs. Sydney 

Thomas, T. Lewis 

Thropp, Mrs. Joseph E. 

Todd, Mrs. Forde Anderson 

Wagner, Samuel 

Warden, W. G. 

Warner, Langdon 

Welsh, Francis Ralston 

Wetherill & Bro. 

Whitall, Tatum Co. 

Williams, David E. 

Wood, Mrs. Charles Martin 

Wood, Walter 

Wright, Mrs. Raymond D. B. 

Wyatt, Mrs. Walter S. 



SUSTAINING MEMBERS 



Atlas Dye Works 
Brooks Brothers Co. 
Continental Mills, Inc. 
Erben-Harding Company 

Fairmount Park Art Association 
Gable, James F. 



Lorimer, George Horace 
Star and Crescent Co. 
Stead-Miller Company 
Sullivan, James F. 
Wetherill, Mrs. Samuel P. 
Wilson, James, & Sons 
Wood, Edward Randolph 



CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS 

Bloch, Arthur Brown, Landy B. 

Bochmann, F. A., & Co., Browne, Mrs. John 
Inc. Coates 

Blight, Mr. and Mrs. E. Bodine, Mrs. Samuel T. Burnham, Miss Mary A. 
Spencer Bromley, Henry S. Burpee, Mrs. Frank H. 



Art Alliance, The 
Bains, Edward 
Bishop, Robert P. 



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Howland, Miss Alice G. 
Ionic Mills 



Campbell, John J. 

Carstairs, Daniel H, 

Childs, W. H. H. 

Clarke, James H. 

Clay, Helen Maud 

Clay, Mrs. Mary F. R. 

Collins, Alfred M. 

Collins, Mrs. Philip S. 

Converse, Miss Mary E. Kie'nef Jacob 

Coral Manufacturing ^^^^^ '-^^^^ Hermine 

^ C°- .. , TT Knox, Charles C 

Coxe, Mrs. Henry 

Brinton 



Jeanes, Mrs. Isaac W. 
Jeanes, Joseph Y. 
Jones, Frederick T. 

Kelley, John A., Jr. 
Kershaw, Mrs. Nelson 



Lavino, Mrs. E. G. 



Cummings, J. Howell Lea, Charles M. 
Cunningham, Wilfred H.Legge Percy A. 
Currie, Barton W. Leighton, Mrs A. O 

Lesley, Robert W. 
Dearnley, Mrs. ElizabethLevering, Frank D. 

Degn, "William L. Lotz, William F. ^^.„w.v.v .,^.0. ^^.,-. 

Drexel, Mrs. George W. Lowry, Mrs. William C. Schofield,"}! ^Dobson 
Childs Ludington, C. Townsend Seeler, Edgar Y 



Rambo, Joseph S, 

Read, William F., & Sons 
Company 

Reilly, Mrs. John 

Rhoads, William G. 

Rinehart, H. P., Sons, 
Inc. 

Ring, Jonathan, & Son, 
Inc. 

Roberts, Mrs. Percival, 
Jr. 

Robins, Thomas 

Rosenbach, Phillip 

Rossmassler, Mrs. Rich- 
ard 

Samuel, Frank 

Sanborn, Edward H. 

Schiedt, J. Henry 

Schmidt, Mrs. Edward A. 



Ludington, Mrs. C. 
Townsend 



Earnshaw, George E, 

Eisenlohr, Charles J. 

Elkinton, William T. Markoe, Mrs. John 

Elmwood Mills CompanyMason, John H., Sr. 



Mellors, Norman 
Metasol Company 
Millville Mfg. Co. 
Mitchell, Allen R., & 

Sons 
Morris, E. H. 



Fisher, Howard W 
Fisher, Mrs. Thomas 
Fitzpatrick, A. L. 
Fletcher Works 
Foerderer, Percival E. 
Fox, Hannah 
Freund, Rudolph 
Friedberger-Aaron Mfg 
Co. 

Gibbs Underwear Co. 
Gibson, Henry C. 
Gilmour, R. and A. J. 
Goldstein, Leopold 
Grasselli Chemical Co. 
Gray, Wilfred 
Groome, Mrs. John C. 

Hamilton, Richard J. 
Hart, Mrs. Charles Mc- 

Curdy 
Harvey, Mrs. John S. C. 
Haslam & Querner 
Henderson, Mrs. Samuel Phelps, Henry F, 

J. 
Hiester, Mrs. Isaac 
Holmes, William L. 



Seeler, Mrs. Edgar V. 
Shryock, Miss Genevieve 

A. 
Simon, Mrs. Stephen J, 
Sinkler, Wharton 
Smith, Mrs. C. Morton 
Smith, Manning J. 
Snook, S. G. 
Snowden, F. Laird 
Sproules, Edwin G. 



Moss Rose Manufactur- Stimson, Miss Anna K. 

ing Company Stroud, Mrs. Morris W., 

Muir, Joseph Z. Jr. 

Murphy, Edward Sullivan, James F. 

Nassau, Mrs. Charles F. Taylor Brothers 
Newbold, Captain Arthurlramer, Joseph C 



E., Jr. 
Newbold, E. S. 
Oliver, Mrs. L. StauflFer 

Page, Mrs. Louis Rod- 
man 
Parker, Robert B. 
Parker, Mrs. Alvin A. 
Pearson, Fred, & Co. 
Peterson, Arthur 



Turner, John S. 
Vickerman, R. E. 
Vickerman, Warren P, 
Walther, John F. 
Warden, Mrs. Clarence 

A. 
Webb, Andrew S. 
Weimar Brothers 
Wheeler, Mrs. Mary C. 
Whiteley & Collier 
Wilmsen, Bernard 



Philadelphia Carpet Mills Winsor, Mrs. James D. 
Philadelphia Felt Co. Wood, Clement B. 
Putt, Frank B. Woodward, Mrs. George 



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Abbott, C. Yarnall 
Abbott, Aliss Gertrude 
Abbott, J. Herman, M.D. 
Abeeco Mills, Inc. 
Aberle, George F. 
Aberle, Gustave 
Aberle, H. C. 
Abmeyer, Gustav W. E. 
Achuff , Robert P. 
Acker, Mrs. Finley 
Adaire, Alexander 
Adams, Harry S. 
Adams, Joseph M., Co. 
Addis, Leonard M. 
Adger, Miss Willian 
Adolph, Albert J. 
Aertson, Mrs. Guilliaen 
Agnew, C. F. 
Albers, Anton P. 
Albrecht, Nicholas 
Alden, E. H. 
Alexander, E. P. 
Alexander, Edward T. 
Alexander, Mrs. Helen V 
Alexander, William H. S, 
Allen, Clifford P., Jr. 
Allen, Miss Laura 
Allen, Mrs. Maria 

McKean 
Allen, William L. 
Allen, Mrs. William N. 
Alpern, M. 

Altenender, Theodore 
Amidon, H. E. 
Amos, Harry M. 
Anderson, Mrs. David G. 
Anderson, E. H. 
Anderson, Mrs. Edward 

A. 
Anderson, Miss Harriet 
Anderson, Harvey 
Anderson, W. M. 
Anderson, W. S. 
Anderson, Mrs. W. 

Downs 
Anthony, Miss Lucy E. 
Antrim, Mrs. Phyllis L. 
Apex Chemical Co. 
Appleton, Henry Lewis 
Appleton, W. S. 
Apt, Max 

Archer, Mrs. F. Morse 
Argentieri, Joseph R. 
Armor, C. J. 



ANNUAL MEMBERS 
Armstrong, F. Wallis 
Arnold, Mrs. Miriam K. 
Asam, Henry 
Ashbrook, Mrs. Joseph 
Ashman, Mrs. Charles 
Ashman, Charles T. 
Ashton, Mrs. Leonard C. 
Ashton, Mrs. Thomas G. 
Aspel, Joseph, M.D. 
Assenheimer, C. F., M.D. 
Astley, Mrs. G. Mason 
Atkins, John S. 
Atkinson, Mrs. Elizabeth 

E. 
Atkinson, J. Powell 
Atkinson, James H. 
Atkinson, Thomas H., 

M.D. 
Atwater, Henry 
Austin, Mrs. Esmonde H. 
Austin, Richard L. 
Ayers, H. H. and A. B. 
Ayers, Henry 

Babbitt, Niles S. 
Bacon, Albert E. 
Badenhausen, Phillips 
Baer, B. F., M.D. 
Bahr, A. W. 
Baile, Robert, Sr. 
Bailey, Raymond H. 
Bailey, V. Pinnock, M.D. 
Baird, E. W. 
Baird, Mrs. Edward W. 
Baird, Thomas E., Jr. 
Baker, A. T. 
Baker, Daniel 
Balderston, Eugene P. 
Balderston, Mrs. H. L. 
Baldi, Vito M. 
Baldwin, Arthur R. 
Baldwin, Kate W., M.D. 
Balfrey, M. Eugene, M.D, 
Ball, Thomas H. 
Ballard, Mrs. Ellis Ames 
Ballinger, Robert L 
Bardsley, Walter B. 
Barenbaum, Louis, M.D. 
Baringer, Milton F. 
Barker, Samuel 
Barker, W. A. L. 
Barker, Walter C, M.D. 
Barlement, Philip L. 



Barnard, Chester I. 
Barnes, Miss Eleanor 

Biddle 
Barnes, H. P. 
Barnes, Miss Harriet L. 
Barnes, Mrs. John 

Hampton 
Barnes, M. F., M.D. 
Barnes, Warren S. 
Barnes, William 
Barnett, Harry Newton 
Baron, Dr. A. 
Barratt, Alfred 
Barrett, Miss Mary E. 
Barrows, D. Byers 
Barry, James B. 
Bass, Joseph H. 
Bassett, H. P. 
Bateman, T. H. 
Bates, Mrs. William 
Baton, H. E. 
Battersby, William H. 
Battin, Henry S. 
Baxter, C. C. 
Baxter, John 
Bayard, Mrs. C. A. 
Baylinson, S. Brian 
Beach, G. F. 
Beale, L. T. 

Beamish, Miss Mary F. 
Beardsley, Mrs. E. J. G. 
Beath, E. R. 
Beaumont, Charles O. 
Beaumont, Mrs. R. H. 
Bechmann, Mrs. William 
Beck, Charles W., Jr. 
Beck, Mrs. J. B. 
Becker, Gustave 
Beckman, Joseph S. 
Bedford, J. Claude 
Beeber, Hon. Dimner 
Beerwald, Benjamin D. 
Beggs, Lawrence D. 
Behrer, Mrs. Lovey A. 
Beifield, Charles H. 
Beishlag, Mrs. Belle E. 
Belber, Aaron S. 
R T B 
Bell, Dudley E. 
Bell, Miss Emily 
Bell, James McK. 
Bell, Samuel, Jr. 
Bellin, Harry 
Belmont, E. A. 



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Belmont, L. A. 
Belsterling, William F. 
Bement, William P. 
Benbow, George L. 
Bencker, Ralph B. 
Bendere, Edward C. 
Benkert, Mrs. Harry N. 
Benkert, W. C, Sr. 
Bennett, Stanley 
Bennett, William A., 

M.D. 
Benson, Mrs. Edwin N., 

Jr. 
Benson, W. John 
Bentley, Harry 
Benze, C. Theodore 
Berens, Bernard, M.D. 
Berenstein, Louis C. 
Berg, Adolph 
Berger, David 
Berger, M. Russell 
Berkelbach, John S. 
Bernheimer, L. G. 
Bernstein, Jacob 
Berry, Ernest 
Berry, George W. 
Berryman, Robert J. 
Bertolet, J. Allen, M.D. 
Bertolet, William H., Jr. 
Bertolette, Miss Helen 
Berwind, Miss J. A. 
Beta Gamma Sigma Sor 

ority 
Betelle, Howard E. 
Bettle, Mrs. Samuel 
Betz, Harry S. 
Beury, Charles E. 
Biberman, Lewis 
Bickel, Charles E. 
Bickel, John 

Bickley, George Howard 
Biddle, Mrs. Arthur 
Biddle, Charles W. 
Biddle, Miss Edith F. 
Biddle, Miss Emily W. 
Biederman, Louis 
Bihimaier, Fred A. 
Birdsell, R. W.,Jr. 
Birdsong & Co. 
Bishop, James C. 
Bishop, Mrs. Philip 
Bishop, William 
Bjornsgaard, P. L. 
Blabon, Mrs. George C. 
Black, D. Frank 



Blackburne, Mrs. Ida P. 

C. 
Blackwood, Mrs. Russell 

T. 
Blakiston, Miss Emma 
Blankenburg, Mrs. 

Rudolph 
Blaustein, Louis N. 
Blight, Mrs. W. S. 
Blitzstein, M. L., & Co. 
Blitzstein, Rosalie M., 

M.D. 
Blood, Henry 
Blood, Mrs. Russell 
Blum, Charles 
Blumenthal, Moses L. 
Bodine, Cornelius 
Bodine, Samuel T. 
Bodo, Louis 
Boericke, Harold 
Boeshore, Miller H. 
Boghetti, Guiseppe 
Bohlen, Miss Catherine 
Bok, W. Curtis 
Bole, Mrs. John Clark 
Bolger Brothers 
Bone, Elmer E. 
Bonnell, Henry H. 
Bonsall, Rodney T. 
Borden, Mrs. James B. 
Borgenski, Samuel J. 
•Borie, Charles L., Jr. 
Borneman, Henry S. 
Bornet, Vaughn T. 
Bortel, Samuel B. 
Borthwick, Ralph C. 
Bossard, Jay C. 
Boston, L. N., M.D. 
Boudart, Charles J. 
Boulden, C. C. 
Bowditch, Walter 
Bowen, Samuel S. 
Bower, Mrs. Frederick 
Bower, Mrs. George R. 
Bower, John L., M.D. 
Bower, Maurice L. 
Bowers, Mrs. Walter 
Bowman, C. Horace 
Boyd, James 
Boyer, A. J. 
Boylan, F. T. 
Bracken, Francis B. 
Bradley, Mrs. Emma V. 
Bradley, Mrs. John A. 
Brady, Franklin, M.D. 



Braley, Miss Elizabeth 

W. 
Brannen, Alfred J. 
Branson, Mrs. Charles F. 
Branson, Thomas F., 

M.D. 
Branson, Mrs. Thomas F. 
Braun, William, Jr. 
Brazer, Clarence W. 
Brazier, Mrs. H. Bartol 
Bream, Miss Margaret A. 
Breck, Mrs. William R. 
BregJ^ Mrs. Caroline 

Harrah 
Breneman, Joseph T. 
Brengle, Henry G. 
Breyer, Henry W. 
Bricker, Mrs. H. E. 
Brill, Mrs. G. 
Brinkman, Leon, M.D. 
Brinton, Francis D. 
Brinton, R. L. 
Bristol, F. E., M.D. 
Brock, Mrs. Horace 
Brocklehurst, Harry 
Brooke, Mrs. George 
Brooks, Alfred M. 
Brown, Mrs. Alexander 
Brown, Andrew V. 
Brown, Mrs. C. M. 
Brown, Clarence M. 
Brown, Clarence W. 
Brown, Claude P., M.D. 
Brown, Coleman P. 
Brown, Dee Carlton 
Brown, Everett H. 
Brown, F. G. 
Brown, Francis Head 
Brown, Mrs. Francis 

Shunk 
Brown, Mrs. Frederick 
Brown, J. Newlin 
Brown, James Crosby 
Brown, Mrs. John A., Jr. 
Brown, Mrs. Richard P. 
Brown, William Findlay 
Brown, Mrs. Wilson H. 
Browning, Mrs. Edward 
Browning, Mrs. Edward, 

Bruen, Mrs. Katherine A. 
Brumbaugh, G. Edwin 
Brunker, Robert J. 
Buckley, Edward S., Jr. 
Bullitt, O. H. 



f)5 



Bruner, Francis A. 
Bullock, Mrs. Horace 
Bullock, J. Maxwell 
Bulmer, W. H., Jr. 
Burk Brothers 
Burk, Henry 
Burnham, E. Lewis 
Burnham, Mrs. Geo., Jr. 
Burnhill Manufacturing 

Company- 
Burns, Robert 
Burton, Mrs. Alfred 
Bushnell, Joseph, Jr. 
Butler, Mrs. Edgar H. 
Button, Mrs. Joseph 

Priestly 
Bux, Julius R. 

Cadbury, John W., Jr. 
Cadwalader, Mrs. John 
Cadwalader, Mrs. John, 

Jr. 
Cadwalader, Mrs. Lam- 
bert 

Cahn, Tillman 

Calder, Mrs. W. C. 
Caldwell, Miss Florence 
F. 

Caldwell, Mrs. J. Emott 

Caldwell, J. E., & Co. 

Caldwell, Mrs. John A. 

Caldwell, Marjorie T. 

Callahan, Griffin C. 

Cameron, Samuel P., 
M.D. 

Camp, Mrs. George R. 

Campbell, Mrs. Mason 

Campbell, Milton 

Campion, Herbert G. 

Canfield, John M. 

Cannell, Mrs. George M. 

Carey, John 

Carnwath, James 

Carpenter, J. Fred 

Carpenter, John T., M.D 

Carr, G. Wentworth 

Carr, George P. N. 

Carr, Henry Ashley 

Carraine, Eugene 

Carre, Frank L. 

Carroll, Louis J. 

Carroll, Peter F. 

Carruthers, H. A. 

Carson, John T. 

Carson, Robert, Sr. 



Carter, Charles S. Clark, Joseph S. 

Carter, Mrs. James New- Clark, Percy H. 

CaTr, Mrs. Katherine E.^^^^' J/^^ ^"^ 



Carty, Andrew J 
Casanave, John H. 
Cascaden, George 
Cassatt, Robert K. 
Cassell, Joseph K. 
Castner, Samuel, Jr 
Catharine, Irwin T. 
Central M. E 

Roxboro 
Chabot, Joseph F. 
Chabrow, David 
Chadwick, Mrs. E. F. 
Chahoon, Mrs. M. D. 

Owen 
Chambers, Francis T. 
Chambers, Mrs. J, H. 
Chambers, J. Howard 
Champion, Harry W 



Clarke, James A. 
Clattenburg, A. E., D.D. 
Claven, Harry 
Clay, Thomas W. W. 
Claypoole, Harry S. 
Clemence, Victor B. 
Clifford, S. Lincoln 
Church otClothier, Miss Caroline 
Clothier, Walter 
Clothier, Mrs. Walter 
Clymer, Edward T. 
Coale, T. E. 
Coale. William Ellis 
Coates, William M. 
Cobbett, Alfred H. 
Cobden, Mrs. A. E. 
Cochrane, Miss Katherine 
L. 



Chandler, Mrs. George F. Cock, George B. 
Chandler, Mrs. Percy M. Cogan, Thomas E. 
Channell, Mary A. Cohen, A. J., M.D. 

Chapman, Mrs. Lucia P. Cohen, Charles J. 
Chapman, William R., Jr. Cohen, Leon 
Charles, Robert E. Cohen, William 

Chenery, Mrs. Charles Cohn, Bernard M. 

Morris Coleman, Mrs. G. Daw 

Cheston, Mrs. J. Hamil- son 

ton Coleman, Philip F. 

Cheston, Radcliffe, M.D. Coles, George W. 
Chew, Miss Elizabeth B. Coles, Mrs. Strieker 
Chew, Mrs. Oswald 



Chew, Mrs. Samuel 
Chew, William H. 
Chism, Mrs. Harriet W. 
Chism, J. F. 
Chodoff, Louis, M.D. 
Chorley, Mrs. Sara E. 
Christensen, Adolph 
Christian, Edward D. 
Church, Arthur L. 
Church, Miss Frances C. 
Churchville, L. A. 
Claflin, Mrs. C. B. 
Clapp, Algernon R. 
Clare, Miss Mary C. 
Clark, Miss Bertha 
Clark, C. M. 
Qark, E. W., Jr. 
Clark, Mrs. E. W., 3d 
Clark, Herbert L. 
Clark, Mrs. Herbert L. 



Coley, Walter R. 
Colket, E. Burton 
Colket, Tristram C, 2d 
Collings, Mrs. Walter N. 
CoUingwood, Miss Jennie 
Collins, Patrick J. 
Collins, Mrs. William J. 
Colton, Ralph L. 
Comly, Miss Emma Ridg- 

way 
Conard, Frederick D. 
Conlen, William J. 
Connery, Frank J. 
Connor, Edward 
Connor, Hamilton C. 
Converse, Mrs. John W. 
Conway, F. P. 
Cook, Gustavus W. 
Cook, Mrs. H. C. 
Cooke, Mrs. E. H. 
Cooke, Harry H. 



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Coonahan, Daniel S., 

D.D. 
Cooper, Miss Adele I. 
Cooper, Frank G., M.D. 
Cooper, H. H., D.D. 
Cooper, Mrs. Harriet M, 
Cooper, Joseph A. 
Cooper, Stanley F. 
Cooper, Walter I. 
Cooperberg, Samuel 
Cope, Miss Elizabeth M. 
Cope, Thomas A., M.D. 
Copeland, J. Frank 
Copp, Mrs. Dorothy 

Evans 
Corbus, Mrs. Frederick 

G. 
Corcoran, Miss Alice M. 
Corin, Magnus F. 
Cornell, H. E. 
Cornell, John W. 
Cornish, Wendell P. 
Corson, Alan 
Cover, Mrs. Thomas, Jr. 
Cowperthwait, Charles T. 
Cox, Richard S. 
Cox, Mrs. Walter S. 
Coxe, Mrs. E. B., 3d 
Coxe, Mrs. Whitwell W, 
Craftex Mills 
Craig, John F. 
Grain, Mrs. Edmund 

Cavileer 
Cramp, Norman W. 
Craven, John H. 
Crawford, Miss Elizabeth 
Creighton, Stewart 
Creighton, Edw. B. 
Cret, Paul 

Crispin, Mrs. Elizabeth S. 
Crist, Mrs. H. M. 
Grout, John J. 
Grout, William J. 
Growder, Miss Emma A. 
Crowell, F. R. 
Crozer, Mrs. Samuel A. 
Crozier, Mrs. David E. 
Culin, Wm. D., M.D. 
Culver, Theodore B. 
Cummings, Mrs. J. H., 

Jr. 
Gummiskey, M. E. 
Curran, Charles J. 
Gurran, James 
Curtin, Mrs. William W. 



Curtis, G. G. 
Curtis, H. E. 
Curtis, Mrs. S. P. 
Custer, Ella B., M.D. 
Cutler, Walter P. 

Dager, Mrs. Howard J. 
Dahms, Mrs. Oscar 
Dale, Edward G. 
Dallam, David English 
Daly, Louis J. 
Damon, Mrs. A. F., Jr. 
Dana, Mrs. Charles E. 
Daniels, Mrs. Annie M. 
Dannenbaum, Harry M, 
Dannenbaura, Herman 
Dannenhauer, G. W. 
D'Ascenzo, Nicola 
Davids, Richard W. 
Davidge, Carrie 
Davidson, Louis 
Davidson, William G. 
Davies, George C. 
Davies, Mrs. Sidney M. 
Davis, Bernard 
Davis, Edward 
Davis, Mrs. Edward 
Davis, George W. 
Davis, Harry G. 
Davis, Malcolm I. 
Davis, Paul A., 3d 
Davis, Percy N. 
Davis, Mrs. Robert Hare 
Davis, Mrs. S. Boyer 
Davy, Mrs. H. H. 
Dawes, Mrs. George N. 
Dawes, James H. 
Dawson, Thomas and 

Company 
Day, Charles 
Day, Mrs. Frank Miles 
Dayton, Mrs. S. Grey 
Deacon, Benjamin 
Deacon, George H., Sr. 
Dean, John 
Dearnley, Charles E. 
Deasy, Mrs. John F. 
Deats, E. Richard H. 
Deitz, George W., M.D. 
DeGinther, R. G. 
Decker, Christian L. 
Deichler, L. Waller, M.D 
DeKrafift, William 
DeLaCour, Mrs. J. Carl 
Delaney, Arthur J. 



Delaplaine, Henry 
Delbert, Simon, Jr. 
DeLong, Warren B. 
Delta Sigma Theta 

Fraternity 
Denk, B. V. 
Denney, William F. 
Denniston, Mrs. E. E. 
Dentel, Harry 
Desch, P. N. 
deSt. Phalle, Mrs. Fran- 
cois 
Develin, Mrs. John F. 
Dever, Daniel 
Dexter, E. Milton 
Diament, A. L. 
Dick, Lewis R. 
Dick, Mrs. William A. 
Dickey, Eloise P. 
Dickey, J., Jr. 
Dickson, Arthur G. 
Diesel, Mrs. Harrison N. 
Dilks, Mrs. Walter H. 
Dill, S. B. 
Dillon, James L. 
Dingee, Albert N. 
Dingee, Joseph T. 
Disston, William D. 
Dixon, Mrs. Edwin S. 
Doak, Samuel E. 
Dobbins, Miss Mary A. 
Dobson, William A. 
Dodd, H. C. 
Dodge, Mrs. James 

Mapes 
Doerr, F. W. 
Dohan, Mrs. Edith H. 
Dolan, Mrs. H. Hoffman 
Dolan, Thomas J. 
Dolbey, Edward P. 
Doll, Miss Josephine 
Domanski, Vincent, Jr. 
Donahue, John W. 
Donnelly, Mrs. Anna H. 
Dorrance, Mrs. John T. 
Dougherty, Francis P., 

D.D. 
Dougherty, Gerald A. 

D.D. 
Dougherty, Thomas 

Harvey, Jr. 
Dougherty, Mrs. Thomas 

Harvey, Jr. 
Dowler, Charles L. 
Downes, Frederick A. 



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Downs, Donald Van Lear Eichholz, A, 



Downs, Mrs. Norton 
Doyle, Francis J. 
Doyle, William J. 
Draeger, Miss Marie L. 
Drain, John W. 
Drexel, William H. 
Drinker, Henry S., Jr. 
Drobile, A. W. 
Dryfoos, Solomon 
D'Sinter, Miss Irma E. 
Duane, Mrs. Russell 
DuBois, Leon A. 
Dudley, F. A. 
Duer, Mrs. S. Naudain 
Duff, Philip J. 
Duffield, L. R. 
Dugan, Donald J. 
Duhring, H. Louis 
Dunlap, E. T. 
Dunlap, George S. 
Dunlap, Mrs. James A. 
Dunn, Mrs. Houston 
Dunn, Lewis S., M.D. 



Eichler, Anton 
Eichmann, Miss L. M. 
Eiman, John, M.D. 
Eisele, Gustav F. 
Eisele, Louis F. 
Eiseman, John S. 
Eisenstein, Edward 
Eissler, Miss Louise 
Eldridge, T. K, M.D. 
Elfreth, Caleb, Jr. 
Elias, Joseph 
Elliot, J. Mitchell 
Elliot, Mrs. R. M. 
Elliott, Harry C. 
Elliott, W. Clare 
Ellis, Daniel H. 
Ellis, Maxwell 
Ellis, Thomas S. 
Ellis, William S. 
Ellis, William Shewell 
Ellison, Mrs. Henry H. 
Ellison, T., M.D. 
Elmaleh, Leon H., D.D. 



duPont, Mrs. T. Coleman Elsasser, George A., Jr. 
Durant, Mrs. Frederick Elwood, Everitt S. 

C. 
Durham, Mrs. J. Edward 
Duveen Brothers, Inc. 



Dyer, Mrs. Irene C. 

Eakins, Elmer E. 
Earle, Mrs. George H., 

Jr. 
Earle, Mrs. George H., 

3d 



Ely, Miss Anna W. 
Ely, Robert B. 
Ely, Miss Gertrude 
Ely, Vanliorn 
Embery, William 
Embick, George G. 
Emery, Benjamin F. 
Emlen, George W. 
Emlen, George W., Jr. 
Emmons, Mrs. Louis C. 



Earle, Miss Mary Pardee Enburg, John M. 



Earnshaw, Mrs. H. C. 
East, J. E., D.D. 
Easterbrook, William 
Eberle, J. Frederick, Jr. 
Ebert, George J. 
Eckels, Howard S. 
Eckerd, J. Milton 
Eckert, Mrs. Samuel 
Eckman, F. Alan 
Edmonds, Franklin 

Spencer 
Edmonds, Mrs. Franklin 

Spencer 
Edmonds, Samuel C. 
Edmunds, Franklin D. 
Edsall, Mrs. William A. 
Egbert, Mrs. Frederick 

H. 



Engart, John S. 
Engelhardt, C. S. Ruth. 

M.D. 
Englereth, Louis D., 

M.D. 
English, Mrs. F. W. 
Eppler, Elmer D. 
Erben, George Kester 
Erdman, W. Kenney 
Ernst, Mrs. C. A. 
Ernst, William, Jr. 
Erskine, Mrs. Elizabeth 

H. 
Ersner, Matthew S., 

M.D. 
Esslinger, John G. 
Estoclet, A. 
Etting, Mrs. Emlen Pope 



Eubank, John P. 
Evans, Charles W. 
Evans, G. G. 
Evans, George B. 
Evans, George L. 
Evans, Mrs. James D. 
Evans, Jesse C. 
Evans, Ralph B. 
Evans, W., M.D. 
Ewing, Miss Cornelia L. 
Exhibitor, The 
Eyles, Charles H. 
Eyre, Lester E. 
Eyre, Miss Louisa 
Eyre, T. L. 
Eyre, Wilson 
Eysenbacher, G. Gifford 

Fagan, Miss Emma 

Lowry 
Fagan, Mrs. H. B. 
Fahy, Walter T. 
Fairchild, Samuel E., Jr. 
Falck, Fred M. 
Fallon, Christopher 
Falls, Mrs. Samuel 
Farbstein, Joseph 
Farina, Pasquale 
Farnum, G. L. 
Farr, Daniel H. 
Fearon, Charles 
Feely, Wm. A. 
Feldman, Jacob B., M.D. 
Felici, Garibaldi 
Felin, Charles F. 
Felix, Max 
Felix, Mrs. Samuel P. 
Fell, Arthur D. 
Fell, David N., Jr. 
Fels, Maurice 
Fels, Mrs. S. S. 
Felton, C. B., D.D. 
Felton, Mrs. Edgar C, 

Jr. 
Felton, Frank P., Jr. 
Felton, J. Sibley 
Fenner, James T. 
Fergusen, Mrs. Bassett 
Fernberg, Charles E. 
Fetterolf , Horace G. 
Feuerstein, J. B., M.D. 
Ffoulkes, Mrs. S. W. 
Field, Mrs. William M, 
Fife, C. A., M.D. 
Finckel, Conyers Button 



Finckel, Miss Eliza R. Franck, Charles F. 
Finkenauer, Frederick J. Frankel, Armin A. 
Firth, Mrs. S. M. Livezey Frankenfield, S. I. 



Firth, Thomas T. 
Fischer, Frances L. 
Fisher, H. S. 
Fisher, J. J. 
Fisher, Lewis, M.D. 
Fisher, Lila T. 
Fisher, Maud 



Franklin Sweater Mills 
Frazier, Mrs. Benjamin 

West 
Frazier, Mrs. George H. 
Freed, Mrs. Elizabeth 

Cramp 
Freeman, Addison B. 



Fisher, Monsignor N'evin Freeman, Mrs. Beatrice 



Fisher, William Righter 
Fisler, John 
Fitzgerald, Thomas M. 
Fitzmaurice, Wm. J. 
Flagg, George 
Flagg, Mrs. Stanley G., 

Jr. 
Flanagan, A., Jr., M.D. 
Flanagan, Thomas J. 
Flanigen, Miss Jessy 
Flavell, Mrs. George J. 
Fleck, John G. 
Fleck, William C. 
Fleischmann, Mrs. Reese Frizzell, Charles F. 



E. 
Freeman, Mrs. Frank A. 
Freeman, Richard J. 
Freeman, Mrs. Walter J. 
Freihofer, Charles 
French, Charles C. 
French, Mrs. Thomas E. 
Frick, Charles E. 
Frick, Charles G. 
Frick, Raymond G. 
Friedman, E. H. 
Friedman, Lionel 
Friends' Select School 
Fritsche, Mrs. John 



M 

Fleisher, Alfred W. 

Fleisher, Arthur A. 

Fleisher, David T. 

Fleisher, Edwin A. 

Fleisher, Miss Helen 

Fleisher, Henry H. 

Fleisher, Mrs. S. B. 

Fleisher, S. S. 

Fleisher, Walter A. 

Fleming, Arthur J, 

Flint, George 

Florey, James, Jr. 

Fogg, Miss Helen M. 

Folwell, Mrs. P. Donald 

Forbes, Roger Sawyer 

Ford, Mrs. Frank J. 

Forrest Knitting Mills 

Forster, Mrs. J. Mont- 
gomery 

Fort, Henry K. 

Fortner, Nelson 

Foster, Frank B. 

Foster, Mrs. Frank B. 



Froelicher, Francis M. 
Fry, Wilfred 
Fry, William W. 
Fryer, Theodore B. 
Fuller, Walter D. 
Fulmor, Miss Estelle 
Fulmor, Mrs. Mary T. 
Furbush, Mrs. C. Lincoln 
Fussell, Robert 

Gable, Vivian Frank 
Gailey, Robert J. 
Galbraith, G. S. 
Galey, William T., Jr. 
Gallaudet, John C. 
Gallen, Edward J. 
Galloway, Walter B. 
Gamble, Clarence James 
Gamble, Fred O., M.D. 
Gamble, James 
Gamson, Edward 
Gansman, Harry 
Gardiner, Mrs. Frederic 



Fox, Mrs. Alexander M., Gardiner, Samuel E. 

Jr. Gamier, Miss M. J. 

Fox, Miss Helen A. Garrett, Alfred C. 

France, E. W. Garrett, Mrs. Philip C. 

Francis, Miss Vida Hunt Gaskill, Miss Sue A. 



Gatter, Charles L. 
Gaudiosi, Carmine 
GauflF, John P. 
Gault, Edwin Sartain, 

M.D. 
Gayley, Samuel M. 
Gebert, William C. 
Geiger, Lewis P., Jr. 
Gemberling, J. B. 
Genth, Mrs. F. A. 
Geschick, Emile H. 
Gessner, Howard R. 
Gest, Hon. John Marshall 
Gest, Mrs. John Marshall 
Gest, Miss Lillian 
Gest, William P. 
Geuther, H. Walter 
Ghadiali, Col. Dinshah 
Giambalvo, G. P., M.D. 
Gibb, Miss Ida 
Gibb, Thomas B. 
Gibbon, Mrs. Charles S. 
Gibbons, Lewis W. 
Gibbs, George 
Gibney, P. J. 
Gibson, Mrs. John H. 
Gibson, Miss Lillie 
Gibson, Miss Mary K. 
Gibson, Murray 
Gibson, Miss Virginia 

Gray 
Gideon, George D. 
Gilkes, Mrs. Reynolds O. 
Gill, Mrs. Charles D. 
Gill, H. B. 
Gill, John D. 
Gill, Stafford B. 
Gillespie, Miss Kate S. 
Gillingham, Harrold E. 
Gillingham, Mrs. Harrold 

E. 
Gillingham, J. Harvey 
Gilpin, Miss Anna G. 
Gimbel, Mrs. Benedict 
Gimbel Bros. 
Gimbel, C. H. 
Gimbel, Daniel 
Girvin, John H., M.D. 
Glanz, Charles L. 
Glaser, Louis 
Gleason, John P. 
Glendinning, Colonel 

Robert 
Glover, Miss Deborah 
Gobler, Joseph 



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Godfrey, Francis V. 
Goldberg, Samuel A. 
Goldberg, Thomas J., 

M.D. 
Colder, Mandes 
Goldman, Moses H. 
Goldner, Frank C. 
Goldsmith, Arthur 
Goldstein, Harry S. 
Goldstein, Louis 
Goldstein, Samuel 
Goodin, Charles Ellis 
Goodman, Mrs. C. E. 
Goodman, Miss E. A. 
Goodman, Mrs. E. H. 
Goodwin, Miss Margaret 

S. 
Gordon, Irwin L. 
Gosling, Mrs. Adolph 
Cossler, Mrs. George E. 
Gould, Mrs. M. D. 
Graff, Mrs. L. G. 
Graham, John, Jr. 
Graham, Martin J. 
Graham, Warren C. 
Graham, Mrs. Warren C. 
Grahn, Henry V., M.D. 
Gravenstein, George T. 
Gray, George M. 
Gray, Robert C. 
Gray, Robert L., M.D. 
Gray, William F. 
Grayson, Mrs. Walter M. 
Green, Charles D. 
Green, Edgar Lee 
Green, Mrs. Raymond 
Greenawald, George C. 
Greenbaum, Sigmund S., 

M.D. 
Greenberg, Joseph J. 
Greenblatt, Louis 
Greene, Stephen, & Co. 
Greenfield, Mrs. Albert 

M. 
Greenwell, Mrs. John 
Greenwood, Richard 
Greiner, Mrs. W. Lang 
Grelis, John J. 
Gresimer, Mrs. A. 

Dubosg 
Gribbel, W. Griffin 
Grice, Mrs. E. C. 
Griest, Mrs. Thomas H. 
Griffin, Mrs. T. H. 
Griffith, Andrew 



Griffith, G. S., Jr. Handler, Eugene 

Griffith, Mrs. J. P. CrozerHankins, Hobart B. 
Griffith, Mrs. Martha A. Hannigan, Joseph J., 
Griffith, Wm. Oglesby 



Griscom, Mrs. C. A., 3d 
Griscom, Mrs. Edgar 

DeW. 
Griscom, Rodman E. 
Griscom, William B. 
Groff, Henry C, M.D. 
Groome, D. M. 
Groome, Col. John C. 
Gross, Charles 
Grove, S. Felton 
Grubb, Edward J, 
Gruber, Charles F. 
Gucker, F. T. 
Guckes, Raymond M. 
Guetter, Julius 
Gunkle, Earle B. 
Gunthorp, Mrs. Wm. P. 
Gutekunst, William J. 
Gutman, E. 

Hacker, Caspar W. 
Hacker, Mrs. Edward 
Hackett, George E. 
Hackett, Harry W. 
Hadley, Mrs. M. B. 



D.D. 

Hanny, W. 
Hansche, Miss Maude B. 
Harcum, Mrs. Marvin 
Hardenbrook, Charles E. 
Harding, Mrs. Charles B. 
Harding, Mrs. L. M. 
Hardock, Benjamin 
Hardt, Frank M. 
Hare, Mrs. Horace 

Binney 
Harlin, Miss Luella 
Harman, Wm. H. 
Harper, Clarence L. 
Harrigan, Mrs. John B. 
Harris, David W. 
Harris, Edward Monroe 
Harris, John G. 
Harris, Percival van R. 
Harris, W. J. 
Harris, Walter C. 
Harris, Wm., M.D. 
Harrison, Mrs. Harry W. 
Harrison, Mrs. Theodore 
Harrison, William Henry 
Harrity, Mrs. William F. 



Haehnlen, Mrs. Walter L.Hart, Charles P. 



Hagerman, O. H. 
Hagy, Mrs. Ethel W. 
Haines, Mrs. Howard L. 
Hainlen, George 
Hale, Mrs. Robert M. 
Hall, Clarence A. 
Hall, Jay Lee 
Hall, Mrs. Leslie 
Hall, Miss Mabel Bruce 
Hall, Usher A. 
Hall, William J. 
Hallahan, Mrs. Chas. E. 
Halpen, Miss Sara 
Halter, Mrs. E. T. 
Halstead, Mrs. David 
Halton, Thomas H, 
Ham, Thomas C. 
Hamburger, Nathan 
Hamill, Mrs. John B. 
Hamilton, George L. 



Hart, Ralph L., M.D. 
Hart, Mrs. Thomas 
Hartley, Harriet L., M.D. 
Hartman, Mrs. John M. 
Harvey, Calvin D. 
Harzenstein, A. S. 
Haskins, Mrs. Harold 
Haslam, Miss Elizabeth 
Hasslacher, George F. 
Hastings, Mrs. John V. 
Hastings, John V. 
Hatch, Ernest B. 
Hathaway, H. W., D.D. 
Hauck, A. L. 
Haughton, Richard S. 
Hausser, C. A. 
Haviland, Walter W. 
Hawke, Mrs. W. W. 
Hawks, Edward, D.D. 
Hays, Miss Annie Brad- 
ford 



Hamilton, Mrs. James M. 

Hancock, Mrs. F. Wood- Hayward, Nathan 

son Hayward, Mrs. Nathan 

Hancock, Miss Mabel Hazeldine, Robert G. 
Hand, Miss Helen G. Hazelhurst, Mrs. Francis 



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Heard, Bishop W. H. 
Hearn, Mrs. Wm. P. 
Heath, FrankUn W. 
Heck, John A., M.D. 
Heckscher, Miss Ethel 
Heckscher, Steven 
Heebner, Mrs. Samuel Y. 
Heermann, Miss Harriet 

A. 
Hefferman, Joseph A., 

D.D. 
Heineberg, Mrs. Alfred 
Heist, George 
Heite, Miriam M. 
Heller & Merz Company 
Hemphill and Co., Inc. 
Henderson, Mrs. George 

M. 
Henderson, John J. 
Henkels, Stan V. 
Henle, Mrs. Eugene 
Henry, Albert 
Henry, Mrs. Bayard 
Henry, George W., Jr. 
Henry, James D. 
Henry, Thomas, & Sons, 

Inc. 
Henry, Mrs. Thomas 

Charlton 
Hensel, Mrs. E. Caven 
Henshaw, William F. 
Henson, Edward F. 
Henson, Frank M. 
Henwood, Charles E. 
Hepworth, John M. 
Herbert, Mrs. E. Ziegler 
Hering, W. E. 
Herrick, Cheesman, 

Ph.D. 
Herring, Miss Louise C. 
Herrmann, W. R, D.D. 
Herron, Col. Christopher 

C. 
Herzberg, Max 
Hess, Edwin F. 
Hess, Fred W. 
Hess, Frederick Lee 
Hess, Miss Lydia L. 
Hesse, Mrs. William C, 
Hetherington, Mrs. Al- 
bert G. 
Hetzel, Charles G. 
Hewish, Alfred, M.D. 
Hewitt, F. L. 
Hewson, Miss L. R. 



Hexamer, Mrs. Annie J. 
Heyl, Mrs. Robert C. 
Heyl, William E. 
Heymann, Joseph C. 
Heymann, Matthew 
Heyward, Mrs. R. B. 
Hibbs, Mrs. Manton E. 
Hibbs, Shelton A. 
Hickman, Charles D. 
Hicks, Alec 
Hiestand, Joseph D. 
Highley, Mrs. George N. 
Hill, Mrs. A. Douglas 
Hill, George H., Jr. 
Hill, Horace G., Jr. 
Hilleary, E. D. 
Hillsley, W. S. 
Hilsee, David E. 
Hilsee, Miss Sarah B. 
Hinchman, Mrs. Charles 

S. 
Hinkle, Fred 
Hipps, Elmer W. 
Hires, Mrs. Charles E. 



Iseminger, John 
Horn, Franklin S. 
Horn, William 
Horner, Mrs. Dorothy S. 
Horner, Horace Kenneth 
Horner, John K. 
Horner, Samuel, Jr. 
Horstmann, I. J. 
Horstmann, Mrs. Wm. 

H. 
Houston, Mrs. S. F. 
Howard, Almern C. 
Howard, Mrs. Edgar B. 
Howe, Charlton V. 
Howe, George 
Howe, Miss Margaret M. 
Howe, Paul D. 
Howell, Mrs. Chas. H. 
Howell, Cooper 
Howell, Edward I. H. 
Howell, Frederick W. 
Howell, Stacy B. 
Huber, Mrs. Charles 

Willing 



Hires, Mrs. Charles E., Jr.Huey, Arthur B. 



Hirsch, Harry I, 
Hirsch, Jacob 
Hirsh, B. U. 
Hirst, Richard 
Hiser, W. J., Jr. 
Hitchener, Benjamin G. 
Hoben, Robert J. 
Hodge, Mrs. Carroll 
Hoflfman, Mrs. C. F. 
Hofifman, Frederick W. 
Hoffman, Mrs. J. Ogden 
Hofheimer, S. D. 
Hogg, J. Renwick 
Hogg, Mrs. J. Renwick 
Hogue, Mrs. Robert M. 



Hughes, Miss Esther M. 
Hughes, Francois L., 

M.D. 
Hughes, H. M. 
Hugo, Emil J. 
Hummer, Hans 
Humphreys, John C. 
Huneker, John F. 
Hunn, William R. 
Hunsicker, Clayton M. 
Hunter, T. Comly 
Hurd, Mrs. Walter E. 
Hurlburt, Mrs. F. B. 
Hurlick, Miss Susan G. 
Hutchinson, Miss Emlen 



Hoilar, Mrs. William H., Hutchinson, Mrs. J. B. 



Hollingsworth, Mrs. 

John P. 
Holmes, Joshua M. 
Holmes, William T. 
Hood, Wesley Russell 
Hookey, Charles F. 
Hoopes, Edward 
Hopkins, Sol 
Hopkinson, Edward 
Hopper, H. B. 
Hopper, Mrs. Harry S. 
Hopper, Miss Marie 

Louise 



Hutchinson, Miss M. H. 
Hutchinson, Mrs. S. E. 
Hutchinson, Mrs. S. 

Pemberton 
Hutchinson, Sydney E. 
Hutchison, Joseph C. 

Ideal Shoe Co. 
Illingworth, T. W. 
Illoway, Bernard A. 
Indahl, M. C. 
Ingersoll, Mrs. Charles E. 
Innes, William T. 
Ireland, C. Raymond 



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Jackson, Albert A. 
Jackson, Mrs. Albert 

Atlee 
Jackson, Ellis 
Jackson, W. E. 
Jacobs, Mrs. John 
Jacobs, Mrs. Reginald 
Jacobs, Reuben 
Jacoby, John P., Jr. 
James, Mrs. John E. 
James, William F. 
Jamison, Mrs. B. K., Jr. 
Janney, Walter C. 
Janney, Mrs. Walter C. 
Jardella, Jerome B., Jr. 
Jeanes, Mrs. Henry S. 
Jefferies, Mrs. Norman 
Jefferis, Elwood C. 
Jefferson, Harry 
Jellett, Stewart A. 
Jenkins, G. Chapin, M.D. 
Jenks, Mrs. William F. 
Jennings, Miss Annie B. 
Jennings, Joseph M. 
Jennings, William J. 
Jerrehian, Aram K. 
Johnson, Alba B. 
Johnson, Mrs. Leda A. 
Johnson, Reeves K. 
Johnson, W. Keating 
Joiner, Franklin, D.D. 
Jones, Bertram H. W. 
Jones, Mrs. Clara W. 
Jones, G. H. 
Jones, H. H. 
Jones, H. W., M.D. 
Jones, Horace C. 
Jones, Livingston E. 
Jones, Rufus M. 
Jones, William J., Jr. 
Joralemon, Mrs. L. D. 
Jordan, Augustus W. 
Judson, Arthur 
Judson, Mrs. Charles F. 
Jump, George W. 
Justice, C. G., Company 
Justice, Miss Marion T. 

Kaelker, Richard 
Kaeser, Charles W. 
Kahn, Bernard L., M.D. 
Karcher & Rehn Com- 
pany 
Karr, Joseph 



Kase, Edmund, M.D. 
Kaskey, A. J. 
Katz, Maurice B. 
Katzman, Max 
Kauffman, Miss Anna C. 
Kaufman, Frank M. 
Kaufman, Isadore, M.D. 
Keator, Mrs. John F. 
Keen, Miss Florence 
Keen, Harold Perot 
Keen, Harry R. 
Keen, Mrs. Kennard G. 
Keister, Mrs. Annie R. 
Keller, Charles Frederick 
Keller, Joseph S., Sr. 
Kelsey, Mrs. Albert 

Warren 
Kendall, Miss Aimee E. 
Kendig, Miss Miriam 
Kendrick, Mrs. J. Henry 
Kendrick, Mrs. K. G. 
Kendrick, T. Frank 
Kennedy, J. N. 
Kennedy, Miss Marie 

Ernst 
Kent, Mrs. A. Atwater 
Kent, George R. 
Kenworthy, Frank L. 
Kenworthy, Mrs. Frank 

L. 
Keogh, John W., D.D. 
Keon, T. Harris 
Kephart, Mrs. Ida M. 
Kerle, Jules A. 
Kern, Harry R. 
Kerns, Richard A. 
Kerns, Samuel P., M.D. 
Kerr, James H., & Sons 
Kerr, William M. 
Kerr, Mrs. William P. 
Kerrigan, Joseph P. 
Kersaw, Fred 
Kershaw, William, M.D. 
Kerstine, Mrs. Harry E. 
Ketcham, Howard 
Ketcham, O. W. 
Ketterer, Gustav 
Ketterlinus, Miss E. 
Ketterlinus, J. Louis 
Ketterlinus, Mrs. J. 

Louis 
Kimber, Mrs. T. W. 
Kind, Morris 
Kind, Mrs. Paul A 



Kase, Mrs. Daniel Beaver Kindig, Mrs. Bertha 



King, Mrs. Joseph 

Bernard 
King, Lewis 
King, Miss Lydia E. 
Kirkbride, Miss Elizabeth 

B. 
Kister, H. LeRoy 
Klages, Frank Henry 
Klapp, Wilbur Paddock, 

M.D. 
Kneedler & Co. 
Knoll, Maximilian 
Klnowles, Archibald C, 

D.D. 
Knox, Mrs. Samuel M. 
Knup, Jacob 
Koch, Mrs. George M. 
Koch, Mrs. Thomas J. 
Koehler, Robert Philip 
Koelle, W. F. 
Kohn, Bernard, M.D. 
Kohn, Mrs. Harry 
Kohn, Irving 
Kohn, Mrs. Isadore 
Kommer, John T. 
Krakovitz, Charles 
Kramer, Mrs. George 
Kreier, George J. 
Kuemmerle, G. A. 
Kuhn, C. Hartman 
Kun, Joseph L. 
Kunkel, James E. 
Kutz, Ervin S. 

LaBoiteaux, Mrs. Isaac 
Lachman, C. R. 
Ladd, Mrs. Westray 
Lafore, Mrs. John A. 
LaGrossa, Charles P. 
Laird, Warren P. 
Lakey, Arthur B. 
Lamb, Mrs. A. R. 
Lamb, Mrs. Joseph 
Lamb, Mrs. W. H. 
Lammertz, Louis E, 
Landau, J. H. 
Landenberger, H. W. 
Landgrebe, B. J. 
Langdon, A. T., M.D. 
Langston, Samuel M. 
Lanin, Howard 
Large, Mrs. James 
Largman, Harry 
Larmour, Alexander 
Lamer, Chester W. 



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Larrimer, J. P. 
Larzelere, Mrs. Walter 
D. 

Laschenski, Sigmund J. 
Latimer, Robert L. 
Latta, Mrs. Harris J. 
Laudenslager, A. C. 
Lauer, Conrad M. 
Laughlin, Mrs. A. L. 
Launer, Clarence A. 
Lautenbach, Mrs. A. P. 

Warren 
Lavell, E. F. 
Lavino, Mrs. Edward J. 
La Wall, Charles H., 

M.D. 
Laws, Mrs. Harry A. 
Lawson, Mrs. Agatha 

Jones 
Lawton, Thomas L. 
Lazawick, A. H. 
Lea, Mrs. Arthur H. 
Lea, Miss Elizabeth J. 
Lea, Francis C. 
Lea, Langdon 
Lea, Van Antwerp 
Leach, Miss May A. 
Leaf, Mrs. E. Bowman 
League, Mrs. H. M. 
Lear, John B. 
Leas, Miss Mabel Alice 

Leavitt, Mrs. Charles B. 

Lee, Alfred, 3d 

Lee, Manning DeV. 

Lee, W. H. 

Lee, William E. 

Lee, Mrs. William F. 

Leech, 'David M, 

Leedom, John, M.D. 

Leeds, Arthur N. 

Lefton, Al. Paul 

Legge, Henry C. 

Leidy, Mrs. Joseph 

Leinroth, Robert G. 

Leiper, Mrs. George 
Melville 

Leisenring, Mrs. E. B. 

Lennon, J. S., D.D. 

Leonard, J. B. 

Leonard, James E. 

Leonard, Reuben M. 

Leonard, William A. 

Leopold, Harry S. 

Lesley, Mrs. Robert W. 

Leslie, John W. 



Lester, Joseph G. 
Leupold, Francis C. 
Levi, I. Valentine, M.D, 
Levin, Alan 
Levin, Rabbi Oscar 
Levin, Samuel H. 
Levis, Mrs. Frederick H. 
Levy, Albert 
Levy, Alexander S. 
Levy, Fabian F. 
Levy, Howard S. 
Levy, Laurence B. 
Levy, Max 

Lewis, Miss Anna Ship- 
pen 
Lewis, Miss Anna V. 
Lewis, Mrs. Clarence J. 
Lewis, Edwin O. 
Lewis, Mrs. Fielding Otis 
Lewis, Mrs. Francis A. 
Lewis, Francis D. 
Lewis, J. W., Sr. 
Lewis, John Frederick 
Lewis, L. R. 
Lewis, Miss Lucy 

Lewis, Mrs. Ludwig C. 

Lewis, Mrs. O. G. L. 

Lewis, Theodore J. 

Lewis, Mrs. Theodore J. 

Lewis, Wilfred 

Lex, Mrs. William H. 

Leyshon, William C. 

Lichten, Harold 

Lichtenberger, James B. 

Lichtenstein, Mayer 

Lichtenstein, Milton 

Lieber, Mrs. William A. 

Lieberman, Alexander 

Lieberman, George B. 

Lieberman, Harry C. 

Lieberman, Moses 

Liedholm, M. W. 

Lifter, Mrs. Joseph M. 

Ligget, Howard B., Jr. 

Ligget, Mrs. Howard B. 

Ligget, Miss Jane 
Stewart 

Liggett, Thomas, Jr. 

Lincoln, H. B., Jr. 

Lincoln, Joseph C. 

Lindley, George 

Lindsay, Hyde & Com- 
pany 

Link, Miss Harriet J. 

Lippincott, Anna E. 



Lippincott, G. A. 
Lippincott, Mrs. Horace 

G. 
Lippincott, J. Bertram 
Lippincott, Walter 
Lipshulz, Charles 
Lister, Mrs. J. Morgan 
Lit, Col. S. D. 
Littleton, Mrs. Jean N. 
Liversidge, Mrs. H. P. 
Llewellyn, William 
Lloyd, Mrs. Horatio 

Gates 
Lloyd, Malcolm, Jr. 
Lobb, George R. 
Lock, John H., M.D. 
Lock, William, M.D. 
Loeb, Armand G. 
Loeb, Howard A. 
Loeb, Ludwig, M.D. 
Loeliger, O. G. 
Loewenberg, Samuel A., 

M.D. 
Logan, Miss Mary E, 
Logan, William H. 
Lohmann, Mrs. Alfred P. 
Lonergan, John E. 
Long, Charles A., Jr. 
Long, Charles Henry, 

D.D. 
Longacre, David A. 
Longbottom, Mrs. John 

E. 
Longshore, William A. 
Longstreth, Mrs. C. A. 
Longstreth, William W. 

Lonker, L 

Lorber, Charles 

Lord, Edwin 

Losse, Louis H. 

Lothrop, Eben W. 

Loucheim, Mrs. Joseph 
A. 

Loucheim, Stuarte 

Lough, George A. 

Loughran, Edward P. 

Lounsbery, J. 

Loux, H. R., M.D. 

Loux, Miss Susanna 

Lovell, J. Barlow, M.D. 

Lovett, Miss Louise D. 

Lowber, Miss Emma W. 

Lowber, Mrs. Henry S. 

Lowery, Sylvester A. 

Loxley, Charles Evans 



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Lucas, Mrs. H. Spencer 
Luckhardt, J. H. 
Ludlow, Benjamin H. 
Lukens, Mrs. Lewis N., 

Luniak, Joseph G. 



March, John H. 
Margerum, Miss Bess 
Maris, Herbert 
Mark, Frederick W. 
Markland, George L., Jr. 
Marks, Albert S, 



Lunkenheimer, Mrs. JohnMarks, M., M.D. 



Lynch, Marshall S. 
Lynch, W. N. 
Lyon, Abraham 
Lyons, Miss Anna 

Mabie, Walter C. 
MacBride, Russell H. 
MacCoy, Miss Marjorie 
MacDonald, Andrew 



Marley, Robert M. 
Maron, Alfred C. 
Alarquetand, Theodore 
Marsh, Mrs. John C. 
Marshall, Mrs. George 

Morley 
Marshall, Mrs. Mary E. 
Martin, Carl Niedhard 
Martin, Mrs. D. C. 



MacFarland, Mrs. Frank- Martin, David B. 



linH. 

MacFeat, Alexander 

MacGregor, N. R. 

Mack, Joseph, 2d 

MacKay, Gordon 

Mackenzie, Geo. W., 
M.D. 

Mackey, Mrs. Harry A. 

Mackinnon, Rpbert Don- 
ald, Jr. 

MacLennon, A. Gordon, 
D.D. 

MacLeod, Mrs. Norman 

MacMullen, William J. 

MacNeill, Mrs. Henry 

MacNeill, Neale, Sr. 

MacTague, John H. 

Madeira, Mrs. Campbell 

Madeira, Mrs. Louis C. 

Madeira, Mrs. Louis, 3d 

Madeira, Percy C. 

Magee, George W. 

Magee, Henry C. 

Magee, James F., Jr. 

Maier, F. Hurst, M.D. 



Martin, Frank P. 
Martin, James L., M.D. 
Martin, Mrs. J. Willis 
Maryns, Charles 
Masland, J. Wesley 
Mason, Edward F. 
Mason, Mrs. William 

Clarke 
Massey, Maurice R. 
Massiah, Frederick 
Masters, Miss Margaret 

T. 
Mathers, Frank F. 
Mathers, Mrs. Frank F. 
Mathews, Abel J., M.D. 
Mathews, William, M.D. 
Mathewson, Robert J. 
Mathewson, William M. 
Mattes, Frank 
Matthews, Allen M. 
Maulsby, Miss Matilda 
Alaus, William H. 
Maxwell, C. J. 
Maxwell, Mrs. John R. 
Mayberry, Dorothy 



Maiers, Walter W., M.D. Mayer, Robert 



Mallon, Joseph 
Mallon, Thomas J. 
Malone, Edwin B. 
Malone, Watson ■ 
Maloney, Earle F. 
Maloy, Mrs. Elsie D. 
Manges, Willis F., M.D. 
Manning, Wm. McD. 
Mansfield, Harry K., 

M.D. 
Manwaring, A. H. 
Manzer, Mrs. I. L. 



Mayor, Charles A., M.D, 
McAbee, Airs. G. R. 
McAdoo, Mrs. Henry M. 
McBee, Crosswell, D.D. 
McCabe, Luke V., D.D. 
McCahan, Mrs. T. C. 
McCall, Richard 
McCarthy, Edith 
McCarthy, Henry A, 
McCarthy, J. A., Sr. 
McCarthy, Joseph F. 



McCauley, Miss Elinor 

A. 
McCausland, William A. 
McClatchy, John H. 
McCloskey, John J. 
McCloskey, M. H., Jr. 
McCloud, Charles M. 
McCollin, James G., M.D. 
McConnell, Miss Mary 
McCook, Walter 
McCormick, John A. 
McCown, Frank C, Jr. 
McCoy, Mrs. George L. 
McCreary, Mrs. Geo. D. 
McCrudden, Daniel 
McDevitt, J. J. 
McDowell, Charles 
McDowell, Samuel 
McFadden, Mrs. Barclay 
McFadden, George H. 
McFadden, J. Franklin 
McFadden, Mrs. John 

H.,Jr. 
McFarland, Mrs. Sarah 
McGill, Mary E. 
McGinley, D. L., D.D. 
McGlinn, Mrs. John 
McGowin, Andrew C. 
McGowin, Mrs. R. S. 
McGrath, Louis J. 
Mcllhenny, Francis S. 
Mcllhenny, Mrs. Francis 

S. 
Mcllhenny, Miss Selina 

B. 
Mcllvain, Mrs. Charles 

J., Jr. 
Mcllvaine, John Gilbert 
Mclnnes, Mrs. Walter S. 
Mclntire, A. Reed 
Mclntyre, Mrs. William 

T. 
AIcKean, Thomas 
McKechney, W. G. 
McKee, James H., M.D. 
McKeehan, Mrs. C. Wat- 
son 
McLellan, Ralph 
McMaster, James S. 
McMichael, Emory 
McMillan, Mrs. Leighjon 

G. 
McMurtrie, Miss Ellen 
McNeal, Mrs. A. H. 
McOwen, Mrs. Frederick 



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McVitty, Albert E. 
Medary, M. B., Jr. 
Meehan, Ellen F. 
Megargee, Mrs. George 

M. 
Meigs, Mrs. John L. 
Meng, George J., Jr. 
Menzen, F. Paul 
Mercer, Warren C, M.D, 
Mertz, Mrs. John W. 
Mertz, Oscar E. 
Mertz, Mrs. Oscar 
Merzbacher, Isadora 
Metcalf, F. R. 
Metzger, Lewis W. 
Meyers, Clarence L. 
Michell, Fred. J., Sr. 
Mickle, Mrs. Robert T. 
Middleton, Allen C. 
Middleton, Mrs. C. Wil- 

mer 
Miller, Mrs. Archer 
Miller, E. Spencer 
Miller, George 
Miller, J. Franklin, Inc. 
Miller, L. O. 
Miller, Manly J. 
Miller, Theodore F. 
Milligan, John C. 
Milione, Louis 
Mills, Thomas 
Milne, Mrs. Caleb J., Jr. 
Milne, Francis F., Jr. 
Milne, Mrs. Norman F. 
Mink, George W., Jr. 
Minnich, J. H. 
Mitchell, Charles D. 
Mitchell, George H. 
Mitchell, George W. 
Mitchell, Henry F. 
Moeser, Frank 
Montgomery, R. L. 
Montgomery, Mrs. T. L. 
Montgomery, W. W., Jr. 
Moody, Mrs. Carlton M. 
Moody, Mrs. Lewis F. 
Moore, Mrs. Charles J. 
Moore, Davis L. 
Moore, Edgar B. 
Moore, Mrs. H. Mc- 

Knight 
Moore, Miss Luella 
Moore, Philip H., M.D. 
Moorhouse, Mrs. H. 

Wilson 



Morgan, C. W. 
Morgan, Mrs. John B. 
Morgan, Robert C. 
Morgenthaler Brothers 
Morrell, Richard B. 



Newhall, William Peter- 
son 
Newman, A. G. 
Newman, Philip F. 
Newton, A. Edward 



Morris, Mrs. A. Saunders Niblo, Rev. James M. 
Morris, Miss Ellen Nice, Budd G. 

Morris, Mrs. Henry, Jr. Nice, Eugene E. 
Morris, Henry S. Nicholas, Samuel, M.D. 

Morris, I. Wistar Nicholson, William R, 

Morris, Mrs. P. Hollings-Nickles, Theodore E. 



worth 
Morrison, Mrs. Emily 

Bacon 
Morrison, John C. 
Mortimer, S. H. 
Mortimoore, Mrs. 

Charles 
Morton, Mrs. A. M. 
Morton, Mrs. Arthur V. 
Moss, Frank H. 
Mostertz, Fred W. 
Mudge, Lewis Seymour, 

D.D. 
Muir, Robert L. 
Murphy, Miss Helen B. 
Murphy, J. Raymond 
Murphy, Mrs. John A. 
Murphy, T. E. 
Myers, Rhoda H. 



Niemann, Miss Elizabeth 

C. 
Nimlet, Mrs. D. C. 
Nixon, Mrs. Horace F. 
Norcross, Mrs. Herbert 

G. 
Norcross,Thomas E. 
Norris, Mrs. John C. 
Norris, Thomas J. 
North, Ralph H. 
Norton, Alice M., M.D. 
Nowalk, Robert F. 
Noyes, Mrs. B. 



Oakford, James W. 

Oakford, Mrs. James W. 

Oakley, Mrs. Thornton 

Oberge, Miss U. H. 

Obermayer, Leon J. 

O'Connor, John F. 
Nadelman, Madame Elie Odell, Mrs. Joseph H. 
Nash, Monsignor James Odmann, Mrs. Nelson S. 



Nash, Mrs. Robert J. 

Natt, Miss Josephine 

Nece, Frank W. 

Nece, Harry A. 

Neel, Mrs. Harry A. P. 

Neely, Mrs. Hugh Mc- 
Dowell 

Neely, Mrs. Susan 

Neely, M. Y. 

Neely, William K., Jr., 
M.D. 

Neff, Miss Elizabeth R. 

Neff, Hon. Frank W. 

Neidhard, Miss Pauline 
C. 

Neidig, Louis, Jr. 

Neilson, Mrs. Harry R. 

Nesbit, Mrs. Thorpe 

Netter, Jacob 

Nevin, Mrs. Charles W. 

Newbold, Mrs. David 

Newhall, C. Stevenson 



O'Drain, T. I., M.D. 
Osrelsby, Frank 
O'Keefe, John 
Okie, R. Brognard 
Olden, Mrs. Bessie G. 
O'Leary, Daniel 
Omerly, George G., Jr. 
O'Neill, Andrew 
O'Neill, Miss Elizabeth 

M. 
O'Neill, Rev. P. F. 
Opie, Mrs. E. L. 
Orlady, George P. 
Orlemann, Henry P. 
Orloff, Harry M. 
Orr, George P. 
Orton, George W. 
Osborne, Chester 
Osborne, Miss Jane M. 
Oursler, William W. D. 
Overbeck, Bernard 
Overholt, William L. 



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Owen, Elizabeth G. 
Owen, Miss L. V. P. 
Owrid, Edwin J. 

Packard, Charles S. W. 
Packard, Mrs. Francis 

R. 
Packard, Mrs. John H. 

3rd 
Page, George Bispham 
Page, Mrs. Robert H. 
Paine, Mrs. George H. 
Palmer, John T. 
Palmquist, Mrs. Elim 

A. E. 
Pancoast, Henry B. 
Pancoast, Mrs. H. K. 
Pardee, Mrs. Calvin 
Paret, Edward 
Park, A. Edgar, M.D. 
Parker, Sylvester D. 
Parks, A. M. 
Parlin, Charles C. 
Parrish, Mrs. Robert C. 
Parrott, Sylvester J. 
Parsly, E. G. 
Passmore, E. Pusey 
Patten, Frank S. 
Patterson, Miss Beatrice 

W. 
Patterson, Mrs. George 

Stuart 
Patterson, T. H. Hoge 
Patton, J. G. 
Patton, Mrs. John W. 
Patton, Mrs. Robert 
Patton, Robert J. 
Patton, William A. 
Paul, David G. 
Paul, John Rodman 
Payne, Whitney 
Peacock, C. H. 
Pearce, Hollingsworth 
Pearce, J. W. 
Pearlman, M. M. 
Pearson, J. A. 
Pearson, Mrs. J. T. 
Pearson, R. G. 
Peck, Arthur 
Peck, Mrs. Arthur 
Peck, Mrs. Horace S. 
Peeples, A. M. 
Peiffer, Charles E. 
Peirce, Miss Mary B. 
Peirson, Walter 



Pemberton, Clifford, Jr. 
Pemberton, Mrs. Ralph 
Penfield, Mrs. Frederic 

C. 
Pennsylvania Society of 

Miniature Painters 
Pepper, Mrs. William 

Piatt 
Pequignot, L. E. 
Perkins, E. Stanley 
Perrella, Nicola 
Perrin, Charles C. 
Perrot, Emile G. 
Perry, John C. 
Perry, Robert W. 
Peters, Don 

Peterson, Mrs. Gustaf 
Petzold Adolph 
Pew, Mrs. Walter C. 
Phillips, Frederick 

Morris 
Phillips, Lucien 
Phillips, Walter H. 
Pickford, Mrs. Anna H. 
Pie, Miss Audrey 
Pierce, F. G. 
Pierce, J. D. 
Piersol, Mrs. George A. 
Piling, W. S. 
Pinkstone, W. D. 
Pioneer Suspender Co. 
Piatt, Mrs. Charles, Jr. 
Plaut, Mrs. Isaac 
Pollock, Elizabeth P. 
Pollock, Roland D. 
Pollock, Walter B. 
Pooley, E. F. 
Porter, Mrs. Charles A., 

Jr. 
Post, Mrs. L. A. 
Post, William 
Potamkin, Harry 
Potsdamer, Joseph S. 
Potter, Mrs. Beverly R. 
Potter, Mrs. Thomas, 

Jr. 
Potter, W. Woodburn 
Potter, Mrs. William 
Potts, Charles William 
Potts, Mrs. Harrison I. 
Potts, Horace M. 
Potts, William M. 
Powell, Charles S. 
Powers, Mrs. Fred Perry 
Prevette, Earl 



Price, Mrs. Eli Kirk 

Price, James Warwick 

Priestman, Mrs. Flor- 
ence Evans 

Prime, Mrs. LaurettedeT. 

Pringle, William T. 

Pugh, Richard H. 

Purves, Mrs. G. Coles- 
berry 

Pusey, F. S. 

Putman, Mrs. Alfred 

Putnam, Mrs. Earl B. 

Pyrah, John W. 

Quick, William H. W. 

Rabinovitz, Joseph 
Radebaugh, George O. 
Rader, Mrs. Archibald 

Fleming 
Radford, Brig. Gen. 

Cyrus S. 
Raditz, Lazar 
Ragg, H. H., & Co. 
Rakestraw, Fred A. 
Rambo, Oscar N. 
Rambo, Wilfred S. 
Ramsdell, G. C. 
Ramsey, Mrs. Ellwood 
Ranck, A. C. 
Randolph, Miss Anna 
Randolph, Evan 
Ranken, Harold R. 
Ransley, Mrs. H. C. 
Rapp, E. H. 
Rath, Henry A. 
Rawle, Edward P. 
Rawle, Francis 
Rawle, Mrs. James 
Rawle, Miss Louisa 
Rawle, Mrs. William 

Brooke 
Rawlins, Miss Sarah 

Sully 
Raynor, H. C. 
Raynor, John S. 
Read, Mrs. Adele Von H. 
Read, Samuel H. P. 
Read, Theodore H. 
Read, W. B. 
Read, Mrs. W. B. 
Read, Mrs. William T. 
Reading, Sam H. 
Reath, Mrs. B. Brannon 
Reath, B. Brannan, 2nd 



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Reath, Mrs. Theodore W.Roberts, Mrs. G. Brinton 



Reath, Mrs. Thomas 
Reber, J. Howard 
Rebman, Henry J. 
Rebmann, Mrs. Harry 

F. 
Reckitt, William G. 
Redmond, Frank J. 
Reed, Mrs. Amie M. 
Reed, Miss Anna M. 
Reed, Jacob, Sons 
Reel, Ida Virginia, M.D. 
Rees, Mrs. S. M, 
Reeves, Frank 
Regnery, Rev. John J. 
Rehborn, Herman 
Reid, Herbert E., M.D. 
Reid, Mrs. L. S. 
Reilly, Miss Marion 
Reilly, Peter 
Reilly, Samuel 
Remmy, Richard C, Son 

Co. 
Resolute Knitting Mills 
Reyenthaler, Emanuel 

G.,Jr. 
Reynolds, Franklin P., 

Jr. 
Rhoads, Mrs. J. Howard 
Rhoads, Jacob H. 
Rhoads, Lydia W. 
Rhoads, William E. 
Rice, Harry 
Richardson, Frederick 
Richardson, Mrs. Fred- 
erick 
Richardson, Thomas D. 
Richardson, William H. 
Richmond, George N., 

M.D. 
Richter, Charles J. 
Ridpath, Robert F. 
Riehle, Frederick A. 
Rinehart, Henry R. 
Ringler, William A. 
Ristine, Mrs. Charles S. 
Ritchie, Mrs. C. L. 
Robbins, George S. 
Roberts, Caryl 
Roberts, Charles H. 
Roberts, Mrs. Charles 

H. 
Roberts, Clarence V. 
Roberts, Edward 
Roberts, Miss Ellen C. 



Roberts, George B. 
Roberts, George W. B. 
Roberts, Mrs. Howard 
Roberts, Miss Irene S. 
Roberts, Mrs. James G. 
Roberts, Mrs. John B. 
Roberts, Owen J. 
Robinson, Benjamin, 

M.D. 
Robinson, Mrs. Samuel 
Robinson, W. J., M.D. 
Rockwell, F. W. 
Rodenbough, Elmer E. 
Roedelheim, Wilham S. 
Roma, Mrs. F. 
Rosenbach, M. P. 
Rosenbaum, Leon 
Rosenbaum, Morris 
Rosenbaum, Samuel 
Rosenberg, Emanuel 
Rosenblum, Adolph 
Rosenfeld, John 
Rosengarten, Mrs. A. G. 
Rosengarten, Geo. D., 

M.D. 
Rosenthal, Albert 
Rosenwald, Lessing J. 
Rosenwald, Mrs. Lessing 

J. 

Ross, Henry A. 

Ross, J. Anderson 

Ross, Joseph 

Ross, Miss Sophia L. 

Ross, T. Edward 

Rossbach, Mrs. Sophie 

Roth, Albert M. 

Roth, David A., M.D. 

Roth, Gabriel B. 

Rothermel, P. F., Jr. 

Rothchild, LeRoy B. 

Rouse, William M. 

Rowland, Mrs. Henry J. 

Ruby, Miss Edna Brown- 
ing _ 

Ruehling, Gustav 

Ruger, Louis 

Ruhl, John 

Rumpp, H. C. 

Rumpp, Mrs. Paul T. 

Rumsey, George A., Jr. 

Russell, Mrs. C. B. 

Russell, Mrs. C. J. 

Russell, Harry A, 

Russell, Mrs. W. A. 



Rutberg, Edward H. 
Ryan, Mrs. Elizabeth T. 
Ryan, Michael J. 
Ryan, Thomas F., D.D. 

Sachsenmaier, George 
Sackel Dyeing Company 
Sackett, Mrs. Franklin 

P. 
Sadler, Miss Elizabeth 

R. 
Sadtler, Samuel S. 
Sage, Mrs. Harry W. 
Sage, Ralph V. 
Sailer, Miss Emily W. 
Salom, Mrs. Pedro G. 
Salus, Mrs. Herbert W. 
Sampson, Mrs. G. 
Sampson, Mrs. P. R. 
Samuel, Bernard 
Samuel, J. Bunford 
Santamarie, L. J. 
Sanville, George W. 
Sargent, Mrs. Winthorp 
Sargent, Mrs. Winthorp, 

Sartori, Mrs. Frank A. 
Saunders, John J. 
Saunders, W. L., 2d 
Savage, Mrs. D, Fitz- 

hugh 
Savery, Addison H. 
Savery, Albert H. 
Savoye, Mrs. W. T. 
Sax, Percival M. 
Saxman, Mrs. E. F. 
Scanlon Charles A. 
Scatchard, Wm. 
Scattergood, Mrs. J. 

Henry 
Scattergood, Mrs. Thos. 
Schaef, Charles F. 
Schaefer, George F. 
Schaffhauser, Charles 
Schamberg, Mrs. Jay F. 
Schamberg, Meyer 
Schaner, Warren B. 
Schaperkotter, Mrs. 

Frank 
Schectman, Morris 
Scheel, R. O. 
Schembs, Walter E. 
Schemm, Edward F. 
Schick, Miss Elma H. 
Schilling, Frank 



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Schlegel, Carl A, 

Schmidt, Fred W. 

Schmidt, Frederick W. 

Schmitz, EHzabeth T. 

Schnader, William A. 

Schneider, C. J., M.D. 

Schneider, Mrs. Karl 

Schneyer & Cobrin 

Schneyer, Louis A. 

Schneyer, M. L. 

Schoenherr, William 

Schoeppe, Edward 

Schoettle, Edwin J. 

Schoettle, Marc A. 

Schofield, Charles S. 

Scholder, Harry 

Scholler Bros., Inc. 

Scholz, Gregory R., D.D. 

Schoonmaker, W. P. 

Schoor, George J. 

Schranz, Frederick G. 

Schwacke, Justus H. 

Schwalbe, H. 

Schwarz, William Tifft 

Schulte, A. B. 

Schwartz, Anthony 

Schwarz, H. G. 

Schwoerer, R. C. 

Scott, Mrs. Edgar 

Scott, Egbert T., M.D. 

Scott, George E. 

Scott, Mrs. John Scanlin 

Scott, Margaret B. 

Scott, Richard S. 

Scott, Thomas M. 

Scott, William M. 

Scull, Mrs. Wm. C. 

Seeley, Mrs. Oscar 

Segal, Herman 

Selig, B. 

Selig, Sol 

Sellers, Alexander 

Sellers, Mrs. Alexander 

Sellers, Mrs. Horace 
Wells 

Sender, Arthur C, M.D. 

Serrill, William G. 

Sessler, J. Leonard 

Severs, G. Harvey, M.D. 

Sewall, Mrs. Arthur W. 

Shakespeare, Mrs. Ed- 
ward O. 

Shalet, A. Paul 

Shallcross, M. Corson 

Shannon, C. E. G., M.D. 



Sharp, Walter P. 
Sharp, Mrs. Walter P. 
Sharpe, John S., M.D. 
Sharpless, Anna P., M.D, 
Sharpless, S. Franklin 
Sharpless, Wm. 
Shaw, Charles W. 
Shaw, Clinton E. 
Shay, Howell Lewis 
Sheble, Mrs. Frank J. 
Sheerr, Philip L. and 

Sons 
Shellenberger,Miss 

Helen 
Shelly, George C. 
Shelton, Mrs. F. H. 
Shenton, H. E. 
Shillard-Smith, Mrs. C. 
Shipley, Mrs. S. R. 
Shirley, Harold R. 
Shmidheiser, Frank W. 
Shock, Miss N. A. 
Shoemaker, Benjamin H. 
Shoemaker, Comly, 2nd 
Shoemaker, Mary W. 
Shoyer, F. J. 
Shrigley, Arthur 
Shuster, Frank H. 
Shute, E. L. 

Shuttleworth, E. Irving 
Sibley, Miss Florence 
Sibley, Walter G. 
Sickles, Wm. Herbert 
Sidebotham, John B. 
Simkins, Daniel W. 
Simon, Caroline F. 
Simons, Herbert 
Simons, Laird 
Simpers, Thomas W. 
Simpson, J. Coulson 
Sinnickson, Mrs. Chas. 
Sinnock, John Ray 
Sinnott, Mrs. John 
Sisson, Vernon B. 
Siter, Miss Charlotte 
Slattery, Joseph A. 
Sloan, Malachi W., 

M.D. 
Smalley, W. V. 
SmaltZj Miss Elizabeth 

F. 
Smedley, William H. 
Smith, Albanus L. 
Smith, Charles H. 
Smith, Edward B., Jr. 



Smith, Mrs. Edward 
Brinton 

Smith, Mrs. Edward W. 

Smith, Miss Ethel 

Smith, Mrs. F. P. 

Smith, Mrs. George M. 

Smith, George P. 

Smith, Haseltine 

Smith, Henry R. 

Smith, Mrs. Hugh T. 

Smith, J. Willison 

Smith, Miss Jessie Will- 
cox 

Smith, Mrs. Louis I. 

Smith, Oscar L. 

Smith, Mrs. T. Learning 

Smith, W. Hinckle 

Smith, Mrs. W. Horner 

Smith, Walter Bassatt 

Smith, Mrs. Walter B. 

Smith, Mrs.Wikoff 

Smyth, Jas. F. 

Snader, Mrs. E. Roland, 
Jr. 

Snellenberg, A. 

Snellenberg, Joseph N. 

Snellenberg, Mrs. Mor- 
ton E. 

Sobernheimer, Mrs. 
Frederick A. 

Soest, O. F. 

Soliday, Mrs. David S. 

Somers, James A. 

Sonneborn, Geo. A., M.D. 

Sooy, Curtis 

South, Mrs. Walter 

Spatola, Michael A. 

Speckman, John W. 

Spencer, Arthur 

Spencer, Mrs. Arthur R. 

Spencer, Paul 

Spencer, William 

Springer, Edward K. 

Stager, Oscar T. 

Stair, Mrs. Jacob, Jr. 

Stanton, Charles L. 

Stanton, William Macy 

Starkweather, John K. 

Starr, Lewis 

Starr, Theodore D. 

Staton, Walter B. 

Stecker, Louis 

Steel, A. G. B. 

Steel, Phil. S. 

Steele, Andrew L. 



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Steele, David M., D.D. 

Steele, Edward A. 

Steele, Joseph M. 

Steere, Mrs. Jonathan 
M. 

Stein, Mrs. Emma T. 

Steinman, Walter J. 

Steinmetz, Edward B. 

Steinmetz, Joseph Allison 

Stelle, John P. 

Stellwagon, Mrs. Henry 
W. 

Stern, Adiel Martin 

Stern, Edward, & Co. 

Stern, Mrs. Horace 

Stern, Samuel 

Sterner, George 

Stevens, Benjamin Rush 

Stevens, E. P. 

Stevenson, Miss Clare B. 

Stevenson, Hon. Max- 
well, Jr. 

Stewardson, Miss Elea- 
nore P. 

Stewart, Frank H. 

Stewart, Ruth Bitting, 
M.D. 

Stilling, Benjamin F. 

Stinson, C. A. 

Stoer, W. Fred 

Stokes, Mrs. Charles P. 

Stokes, Henry W. 

Stokes, Mrs. W. Stand- 
ley 

Stoll, Theodore P. 

Stork, Mrs. T. B. 

Stotesbury, Mrs. Edward 
T. 

Stout, C. Frederick 

Stout, Mrs. Elbridge G. 

Stout, O., M.D. 

Strauss, Berthold 

Strittmatter, I. P., M.D. 

Strong, Harry U. 

Stroock, Bertram A. 

Stroud, Edward A. 

Stroud, M. W. 

Strubing, P. H. 

Stryker, S. S., M.D. 

Stulb, Joseph R. 

Sullivan, Miss Edith 

Sullivan, Stanley J. 

Sullivan, Mrs. Thos. D. 

Sullivan, William A. 



Sundheim, Mrs. Harry 

G. 
Sussell, Arthur J. 
Sutherland, Allen 
Sutton, I. W., M.D. 
Swain, Mrs. William 

Moseley 
Swart, M. E. 
Swartley, H. C. 
Sweeney, Miss Mary B. 
Swoboda, Gustav 

Tailor Made Hosiery 

Co., Inc. 
Taine, Louis N., M.D. 
Talone, Alfonso 
Tatum, Mrs. Richard 

Parry 
Taws, Henry M. 
Taws, John H. 
Taylor, Claude E. 
Taylor, Mrs. Frank H. 
Taylor, Mrs. Henry J. 
Taylor, John C. 
Taylor, John G., M.D. 
Taylor, Mrs. John M. 
Taylor, Lewis H., Jr. 
Taylor, Mrs. Roland L. 
Taylor, Mrs. William 

Rivers 
Teaz, George B. 
Teller, W. H., M.D. 
Terry, Henry A. 
Terry, Howard A. 
Tetlow, Mrs. Clara 
Thatcher, A. G. 
Thayer, Mrs. John B. 
Theel, William L., M.D. 
Theis, Albert 
Thoma, Robert, M.D. 
Thomas, Mrs. Arthur H, 
Thomas, Mrs. Augustus 
Thomas, J. Frederick 
Thomas, Miss Mabel L. 

H. 
Thomas, Wilbur K. 
Thompson, Iva Seal, 

M.D. 
Thompson, John B. 
Thompson, John P., 

D.D. 
Thompson, W. A. 
Thompson, W. J. 
Thompson, Wm. B. 
Thomson, Harry E. 



Thomson, Mrs. W. S. 

Thorn, Miss Mary 

Thornley, George H. 

Thorpe, Mrs. Charles N. 

Thrush, M. C, M.D. 

Tiers, Mrs. Walter A. 

Tietze, Charles F. 

Tifft, Mrs. J. Alden 

Tilden, William Morris 

Tillman, Henry D., D.D. 

Tinney, William P. 

Tioga Textile Co. 

Todd, Mrs. M. Hamp- 
ton 

Tomkinson, Joseph 

Torrey, Robert G., M.D. 

Tourison, Ashton S. 

Tourison, Bart 

Town, Edwin C, M.D. 

Townsend, B. F., Jr. 

Townsend, Mrs. Fred- 
erick E. A. 

Townsend, J. Barton 

Townsend, Mrs. J. B. 

Townsend, Miss Pauline 
B. 

Trainer, Henry J. 

Trotter, William Henry 

Trower, John M. 

Trumbauer, J. Robert 

Trump, Mrs. C. C. 

Tryon, Charles Z. 

Tryon, Miss F. Arline 

Tudor, George 

Tull, Mrs. Montrose 
Graham 

Turnbull, J. W. 

Tuttle, John Baker 

Tuttle, William 

Twining, John E., Sr. 

Tyler, Charles A. 

Tyler, Everitt A., M.D. 

Tyler, George F. 

Tyler, Mrs. George F. 

Tyler, Miss Helen B. 

Tyre, Philip S. 

Tyson, T. Mellor, M.D. 

Umsted, Miss Ruth R., 
Jr. 

Underbill, F. S. 

Underwood, Mrs. De- 
borah C. 

Usilton, M. E. M.D. 

Vail, Mrs. Louis de Puy 



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Vallier, William H. 
Van Bibber, Mrs. Arthur 

E. 
VanDyke, Edgar C. 
Van Hall, Julius 
Van Roden, George 

Condit 
Van Sciver, Earl J. 
Van Sciver, J. Bishop 
Vauclain, S. M. 
Vellner, Eugene 
Verner, William R. 
Vigilant Mills 
Vila, Joseph S. 
Vogdes, Mrs. Emma C. 
Vogel, Adolph 
Voight, William J. 
Vollrath, Alfred J. 
Volz, Frederick G. 
Von Gerichten, Edmund 
Von Moschzisker, Mrs. 

Robert 
Voorhees, Harlow C. 
Voss, Frederick J., M.D. 
Voynow, C. B. 

Wadham, J. P. 

Wagner, Louis M. 

Wagner, Paul C. 

Wagner, Mrs. Wm. M. 

Wainwright, Clement R. 

Wainwright, Mrs. F. K. 

Wainwright, F. King 

Wait, Mrs. Oliver Bab- 
cock 

Walbaum, Mrs. William 
H. 

Walker, George B. 

Walker, J. W. 

Walker, Robert C. 

Wallace, Miss C. M. 

Wallace, William 

Wallace, Wm. Stewart 

Waller, L. O. 

Wallgren, Abian A. 

Wallis, Miss Louisa M. 

Walmer, Reed H. 

Walsh, E. Raymond R. 

Walter, Simon 

Walters, William H. 

Walton, John 

Wannemacher, C. R. 

Ward, Mrs. George 

Ward, John T. 

Ward, T. Johnson 



Warden, Clarence A. 

Warden, Mrs. W. G. 

Ware Brothers Com- 
pany 

Waring, Swinton B. 

Warne, Mrs. Edward P. 
B. 

Warner, A. P. 

Warner, Fred E. 

Warner, Miss Mildred S. 

Warner, Walter 

Warnock, James, Jr. 

Warren, Ambrose G. 

Warren, William C. 

Warrington, John B. 

Warthman, Albert P. 

Warthman, Mrs. J. 
Harris 

Warwick, Edward 

Warwick, Mrs. Nelson 
D. 

Washburn, Louis C, 
D.D. 

Wasserman, M. J. 

Wasserman, C. 

Wasserman, Mrs. Jos. 

Wasson, F. E. 



Weihenmayer, Wm. J. 
Weikel, William D. 
Weil, Benjamin 
Weild, Charles M. 
Weill, Mrs. Alfred S. 
Weimer, Albert B. 
Weimer, Mrs. Albert B. 
Weinland, Mrs. J. W. 
Weinstein, G. L., M.D. 
Weinstein, Jacob L 
Weir, Miss Alice 
Weir, William T., Jr. 
Weisel, Miss Deborah 

D. 
Weissgerber, George J. 
Welker, Howard S. 
Wells, Mark P. 
Welsh, C. N. 
Welsh, Charles E. 
Welsh, Robert F. 
Welsh, Samuel 
Welsh, Mrs. S. B. 
Welsh, William Henry 
Welsh, Mrs. William L. 
Wenner, Robert E. 
Werner, Adolph, Jr. 
Wertheimer, Joseph 



Watkin, Miss Eveline M. Wesley, Charles Sum- 
Watkin, Lewis M., Jr. 



Watkins, Wilfrid J. 
Watson, Frank R. 
Watson, George K. 
Watson, J. Carroll 
Watson, James P. 
Watson, John T. 
Watts, Charles H. 
Watt's, John, Sons Co. 
Wayne, Mrs. Joseph, Jr. 
Wayne, William, Jr. 
Weatherly, L. Howard 
Weatherly, Miss Mary 

N. 
Weaver, John 
Weber, David 
Weber, E. G. 
Weber, F. W. 
Weber, Louis, Sr. 
Webster, A. B., M.D. 
Weckesser, William 



mer 
West, Mrs. Isabella 
West, W. M. 
West, W. Nelson 
Westervelt, Julien D. 
Westwood, John R. 
Wetherill, Sam'l P., Jr. 
Wetherill, William H. 
Wetherstine, H. H. 
Wetter, Charles G. 
Wetzel, Walter 
Weyl, Esther M., M.D. 
Whalen, Elwell 
Wharton, Mrs. J. S. L., 

Jr. 
Wharton, Joseph S. 

Lovering 
Wheeler, Prof. Arthur 

L. 
Wheeler, Charles 
Wheeler, Mrs. Chas. 



Weeks Photo EngravingWheelwright, Robert 



Co., Inc. 
Weeks, Mrs. Horace F. 
Weger, Frank L. 
Weihenmayer, Harry 

W. 



Whitaker, James L. 
Whitaker, Ralph 
White, Barclay 
White, E. P. Corson, 
M.D. 



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White, George Foster Wilson, Miss Jane Stew- 
White, J. Atwood art 
White, Mrs. Miles, Jr. Wilson, Russell 
White, Samuel S., Jr. Wilson, William H. 
Whiteman, Mrs. Joseph-Wilson, Mrs. W. Rey- 

ine S. nolds 

Whiting, William H. Wilson, Mrs. William K. 
Whitman, Stephen F., Windner, Julius 

& Son Winslow, Charles H. 

Whitney, Mrs. W. Beau-Winsor, J. D., Sr. 

mont Winsor, James D., Jr. 

Wick Narrow Fabric Co. Winsor, Mrs. James D., 



Widener, Joseph E. 
Widener, Mrs. P. A. B., 

2nd 
Wiederseim, Theodore 

E. 
Wilbur, L. H. 
Wilkie, Edward V. H. 
Wilkinson, Miss Ruth 

A. 
Willard, DeForest P., 

M.D. 
Willcox, John W. 
Willey, Mrs. Guy A. 
Williams, Mrs. Caroline 
Williams, Mrs. Carroll 

R. 
Williams, Mrs. Charles 
Williams, Charles D. 
Williams, Ellis D. 



Jr. 

Winsor, Mrs. Wm. D. 
Winston, John C, Co. 
Wire, Miss Jean Marion 
Wirz, Mrs. H. M. 
Wister, Mrs. Lewis W, 
Wister, Miss Mary C. 
Wittenberg, Sol. 
Woldow, A. H. 
Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. 

Albert 
Wolf, Benjamin 
Wolf, Benjamin H. 
Wolf, Louis 

Wolfe, A. Chester, M.D. 
Wolfe, Merritt L. 
Wolfe, Russell 
Wolfersberger, W. C. 
Wolfsen, Julius, M.D. 



Williams, Mrs. Henry S. Wolstenholme, Mrs. 



Williams, Joseph D. 
Williams, Leighton 
Williams, Parker S. 
Willing, Charles 
Willing, Mrs. Edward 

S. 
Willing, J. Kent 
Willson, Thomas H. 
Wilmeth, James L. 
Wilson, A. P. 
Wilson, Alex., Jr. 
Wilson, Mrs. Charles 



Frederick 
Wood, Mrs. Alexander 

C, Jr. 
Wood, Mrs. Charles R. 
Wood, Miss Frances 
Wood, Mrs. Grahame 
Wood, Howard, Jr. 
Wood, Morris 
Wood, R. G., Jr. 
Wood, Mrs. Thos. D. 
Woodbridge, J. Edward 
Woodruff, Mrs. Clinton 

Rogers 



Wilson, Mrs. G Searing Woodside, Mrs. J. W 

Wilson, Mrs. H. E. Woodville, Elizabeth 

Wilson, Hamilton M. Woodward, George, 

Wilson, Mrs. J. Howard M.D. 



Woolman, Mrs. Edward 

Woolman, Henry N. 

Woolman, Mrs. Henry 
N. 

Woolman, Miss Jose- 
phine 

Worrall, Mrs. Nathan Y. 

Wotherspoon, James R. 

Wriggins, C. C. 

Wright, Mrs. H. B. 

Wright, Mrs. H. J. 

Wright, John 

Wright, Miss Lila M. 

Wright, Mrs. Minturn 
T. 

Wright, Mrs. Sydney L., 
Jr. 

Wrightson, Arthur 

Wurtz, Mrs. C. Stewart 

Wurzel, Maurice L. 

Wyatt Flower Shop 

Yeager, George C, 

M.D. 
Yeatman, Pope 
Yeates, J. Wilbur 
Yeits, Anthony J. 
Yellin, Samuel 
Yocum, Stanley 
Young, A. C. 
Young, Charles H. 
Young, Claude D. 
Young, W. J. 

Zacharias, Edward E. 
Zamustin, M. 
Ziegler, Carl A. 
Ziegler, Mrs. Francis H. 
Ziegler, J. Charles 
Ziegler, S. Lewis, M.D. 
Zimmerman, Mason W., 

M.D. 
Zimmerman, S. Milton, 

M.D. 
Zimmerman, William A. 
Zimmermann, John E. 
Zirnkilton, F. X. 
Zulich, Mrs. Sarah 

Swift 



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FORM OF BEQUEST 
I give and bequeath unto The Pennsylvania Museum and 

School of Industrial Art the sum of 

dollars, free of all taxes. 

Witnesses 



FORM OF DEVISE OF REAL ESTATE 

I give and devise unto The Pennsylvania Museum and School 
of Industrial Art, its successors and assigns, all that certain (here 
insert a description of the property) free of all taxes. 



Witnesses.. 



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THE PENNSYLVANIA 
MUSEUM AND SCHOOL 
OF INDUSTRIAL ART 




FIFTYFIRST ANNUAL REPORT 



1927 




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FIFTY-FIRST 
ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM AND 
SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MAY 31, 1927 
WITH THE 

LIST OF MEMBERS 




PHILADELPHIA 
1927 



OFFICERS FOR 1927-1928 

PRESIDENT 

ELI KIRK PRICE 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

WILLIAM WOOD WILLIAM M. ELKINS 

SECRETARY 

CHARLES H. WINSLOW 

TREASURER 

CHARLES BOND 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

EX OFHCnS 

John S. Fisher W. Freeland Kendrick 

Governor oj Pennsylvania Mayor of Philadelphia 

BY APPOINTMENT 

Edwin O. Lewis, Appointed by the State Senate 
John T. Windrim, Appointed by the House oj Representatives 
Charles J. Webb, Appointed by the City Council 
Edward T. Stotesbury, Appointed by the Commissioners oj Fair- 
mount Park 

ELECTED BY THE MEMBERS 

To Serve jar One Year 
Mrs. Edward Browning Charles H. Ludington 

John S. Jenks Thomas Robins 

Samuel Rea William M. Elkins 

To Serve jor Two Years 
Charles Bond Mrs. Frank T. Patterson 

Howard Reifsnyder Eli Kirk Price 

John Gribbel James F. Sullivan 

To Serve jor Three Years 
John F. Braun J. Stogdell Stokes 

Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs George D. Widener 

Edgar V. Seeler William Wood 



COMMITTEES FOR 1927-1928 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Eli Kirk Price, Chairman; Charles Bond, John F. Braun, 
Mrs, Edward Browning, Willl\m M. Elkins, John S. Jenks, 
Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson, Thomas Robins, Edgar V. 
Seeler, J. Stogdell Stokes, Charles J. Webb, George D. 
Widener, William Wood. 



STANDING COMMITTEES* 

MUSEUM. 

John S. Jenks, Chairman; Morris R. Bockius, Mrs. Hampton 
L. Carson, Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe, John T. Dorrance, 
William M. Elkins, Mrs. Charles W. Henry, George H. Lorimer, 
Charles H. Ludington, Mrs, John D. McIlhenny, Mrs. Frank 
Thorne Patterson, Samuel Rea, J. Stogdell Stokes, Rodman 
Wanamaker, George D. Widener. 

INSTRVCriON 

Eli Kirk Price, Chairman; Mrs, Rudolph Blankenburg, 
Charles Bond, Charles L. Borie, Jr., Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe, 
John Fisler, Samuel S. Fleisher, John S, Jenks, Mrs. Robert R. 
Logan, Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs, Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson, 
Mrs. H, S. Prentiss Nichols, Mrs, J. Howard Rhoads, William H, 
Richardson, Edgar V, Seeler, Charles J. Webb, William Wood. 

FINANCE 

William M. Elkins, Chairman; John S. Jenks, James F. 
Sullivan, William Wood. 



*The President is ex o^cio a member 0/ all committees. 



ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN 

HONORARY PRESIDENT 

MRS. RUDOLPH BLANKENBURG 

PRESIDENT 

MRS. FRANK THORNE PATTERSON 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

MRS. H. S. PRENTISS NICHOLS 

MISS NINA LEE 

MRS. HENRY BRINTON COXE 

MISS CORNELIA L. EWING 

RECORDING SECRETARY TREASURER 

Mrs. Charles F. Judson Mrs. Edward Browning 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY 

Mrs. Albert R. Weimer 
Mrs. Lewis Audenried Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman 

Mrs. Edgar W. Baird Mrs. Joseph B. Hutchinson 

Mrs. Edwin N. Benson, Jr. Mrs. J. Louis Ketterlinus 

Mrs. William T. Carter Mrs. Robert R. Logan 

Mrs. Herbert L. Clark Mrs. Norman MacLeod 

Mrs. Robert C. Clay Mrs. Campbell Madeira 

Mrs. Robert Hare Davis Mrs. John D. McIlhenny 

Mrs. S. Grey Dayton Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs 

Mrs, Willl\m A. Dick Mrs. Thornton Oakley 

Mrs. Russell Duane Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 

Miss Louisa Eyre Mrs. J. Howard Rhoads 

Mrs, George H. Frazier Countess of Santa Eulalia 

Mrs. Henry C. Gibson Mrs. C. Shillard-Smith 

Mrs. Henry S. Grove Mrs. W. Standley Stokes 

Mrs. F. Woodson Hancock Mrs. Willl\m H. Walbaum 
Mrs. Charles Wolcott Henry Mrs. Littleton W.T.Waller, Jr. 

Mrs. C. Stewart Wurts 

CONTRIBUTING MEMBER 

Mrs. Peroneal Roberts, Jr. 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Mrs. Hampton L. Carson Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 

Miss Margaret Clyde Mrs. M. Hampton Todd 



THE MUSEUM STAFF 
1927-28 

Director Fiske Kimball 

CURATORIAL STAFF 

EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN ART 

Chief of the Division Fiske Kimball 

Messrs. Bye, Downs, King, Miss Reath, Dr. Woodhouse 

EASTERN ART 

Chief of the Division Horace H. F. Jayne 

Mr. King, Miss Reath, Miss Ingram 

PAINTINGS 

Curator Arthur Edwin Bye 

Assistant Isabel Ingram 

SCULPTURE 
Curator Horace H. F. Jayne 

WOODWORK, CERAMICS, etc. 

Assistant Curator Joseph Downs 

Adviser in the Industrial Arts of the 18th Century . . Samuel W. Woodhouse, Jr. 

IRON WORK, ARMOR 
Assistant Frederick C. King 

TEXTILES 

Assistant Curator Nancy Andrews Reath 

Assistant Anna Newbold 

Adviser in Lace Marian Hague 

INSTALLATION 

Assistant Elizabeth Abel 

Custodian Frances Richardson 



ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 

Assistant to the Director Erling H. Pedersen 

Secretary to the Director Henrietta C. Quinn 

{ Gertrude Toomey 
Office Assistants < Lillian Briggs 

I Margaret Driscoll 

REGISTRAR'S OFFICE 
Registrar >. . Jane Wolfe 

i Elizabeth T. Woodring 

Cataloguers < 

( Elizabeth T, Pearson 

LIBRARY 

Librarian Jane Fakler 

Assistant Henrietta Bache 

PUBLICATIONS 

Editor Frederick C. King 

Sales Clerk, in Charge of Information Desk Alberta Devlin 

PHOTOGRAPHY 
Photographer Charles Whitenack 

PRINTING 
Printer Myrtle Reinoehl 

BUILDING 

Foreman Lewis List 

Assistant Foreman James Loughry 



THE SCHOOL STAFF 
1926-1927 

Edmondson Hussey, Principal 
Leslie W. IVIjller, Principal Emeritus 
Thomas H. Willson, Registrar 
Eugenie M. Fryer, Librarian 



ART DEPARTMENT 



INSTRUCTORS 



Rose A. Baird, 

Costume Design. 
Robert Baldwin, 

Poster and Advertising Design. 
J. Frank Copeland, 

Interior Decoration. 
Robert W. Crowther, 

Drawing. 
Edmund deF. Curtis, 

Pottery. 
John J. Dull, 

Water Color. 
Ralph Dunkelberger, 

Drawing. 
T. P. Farrady, 

Interior Decoration. 
Charlotte Gehrke, 

Ass't Costume Design. 
Douglas Gilchrist, 

Metal Work and Jewelry. 
Mabel B. Hall, 

Drawing and Anatomy. 
John G. Hearn, 

Drau'ing. 
Edmondson Hussey, 

Subjects of Teaching. 
John Craig Janney, 

Drawing. 
Florence Jester, 

Supervisor of Practice Teaching. 
J. William Kelleher, 

Poster and Advertising Design. 
Richard Klinges, 

Full Size Drawing. 
Joseph Konetsky, 

Wrought Iron. 
Edwin H. Krimmel, 

Drawing. 



Elmer S. Lukens, 

Woodwork. 
Ralph McLellan, 

Drawing from Life. 
Ellen F. Meehan, 

Design and Color. 
Louis Milione, 

Modeling. 
Thornton Oakley, 

Illustration. 
Wm. Henry Parker, Jr. 

Shades and Shadows, Perspective. 
Lee Pennegar, 

Poster and Advertising Design. 
Herbert Pullinger, 

Pen and Ink; Lithography. 
Emily R. Santlago, 

Dratuing. 
Gertrude Schell, 

Drawing. 
C. Alynn Shilling. 

Design and Color. 
LuiGi Spizzirri, 

Nature Study; Costumed Model 
Class. 
Mary B. Sweeney, 

Drawing. 
Paul F. Taylor, 

Drawing. 
Edith Thompson, 

Junior Class Drawing. 
Edward Warwick, 

Furniture and Wood-carving. 

History of Costume. 
Helen S. West, 

Lettering. 



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TEXTILE DEPARTMENT 

E. W. France, Director, Lecturer on Raw Materials, Processes and 
Fabrics. 

Bradley C. Algeo, Assistant Director, in Charge of Weave Forma- 
tion, Analysis and Structure of Fabrics. 

Frank L. Giese, Instructor in Weave Formation, Analysis and Structure of 
Fabrics. 

Richard S. Cox, in Charge of Jacquard Design, Drawing and Color Work. 

Ercal Kaiser, Instructor in Jacquard Design and Color Work. 

Ralph Dunkelberger, Instructor in Free-Hand Drawing and Figured Design. 

Elmer C. Bertolet in Charge of Chemistry, Dyeing and Printing. 

Howard A. "Walter, Assistant in Charge of Chemistry and Dyeing. 

PERavAL Theel, Instructor in Dyeing and Chemistry. 

Joseph E. Goodavage, Instructor in Dyeing, Bleaching and Printing. 

George G. Byler, Instructor in Elementary Chemistry. 

John Lockwood, Instructor in Charge of Wool Carding and Spinning, Wor- 
sted Drawing and Spinning. 

Alan G. Marquart, Assistant in Wool Carding and Spinning, Worsted 
Drawing and Spinning. 

John Naab, Instructor in Charge of Cotton Carding and Spinning, Silk Manu- 
facturing and Hosiery Knitting. 

Wm. B. Williamson, Assistant Instructor in Cotton Carding and Spinning and 
Hosiery Knitting. 

William Pfeiffer, Instructor in Charge of Power Weaving and Related 
Branches. 

Ervin Wilmer, Assistant in Power Weaving and Related Branches. 
Robert J. Reilly, Assistant in Power Weaving and Related Branches. 

Wm. a. McLain, Instructor in Charge of Elementary Weaving and Related 
Branches. 

John W. France, Assistant in Elementary Weaving and Related Branches. 

Frederick Jennings, Instructor in Materials Used in the Wool and Worsted 
Industry. 

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PORTRAIT OF MRS. JOSEPH PANCOAST SMITH, BY THOMAS SULLY 

LENT BY MRS. J. EMLEN SMITH, 1927 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

To the Members of the Pennsylvania Museum 
and School of Industrial Art: 

The past year has shown most gratifying growth in every depart- 
ment of the Museum and School. Beside the long list of accessions to 
the Museum collections, the great activity of the Museum was indicated 
by the numerous important exhibitions held during the year at Memorial 
Hall, described in the Director's annual report. These attracted an 
increased attendance of visitors and proved the value of such assem- 
blages of works of art for even short periods of time. 

The work of the School has been charaaerized by the maintenance 
of the high standard set during the last few years. Every place for 
students has been filled during the year and a great increase in the 
number of students is prevented only by the physical limitations of the 
School building. 

Such general activity of the corporation of course entails additional 
expenditure, which is not yet matched by increased receipts, and a 
concerted effort must soon be made to secure a large increase in the 
endowment fund, if the good work already started is to go on. 

Respeafully submitted on behalf of the Board of Trustees, 

Eli Kirk Price, 

President. 



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REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MUSEUM 

To the President and Trustees of The Pennsylvania Museum and School 
of Industrial Art: 

Gentlemen: I have the honor to submit the following report: 
Attendance 

The normal attendance of the Museum, exclusive of the additional 
attendance of the flower shows held there in the years 1924-1926, shows 
a gratifying increase over the last five year period: 1922-3, 296,497; 
1923-4, 311,993; 1924-5, 336,175; 1925-26, 301,167; 1926-7, 361,718. 
The attendance in the past year exceeded the normal attendance in any 
previous year except the record year 1920-21. 

Of the attendance, the average on Sundays was 3706; on Satur- 
days, 781; on ordinary weekdays when the Museum was open, 592. 
The largest number on a Sunday was 7478, June 20; on a weekday, 
7037, September 12. 

Accessions by Purchase and Gift 
Under the policy of devoting purchase funds primarily to a few 
works of really outstanding importance, the Museum has secured this 
year a number of objeas of unusual merit. In European art the chief 
of these is a rare Gothic tapestry, about 1490, belonging to the same set 
of "Scenes from Courtly Life" as the six famous tapestries in the Cluny 
Museum. It formerly belonged to the painter Kaulbach in Munich. 
Generous contributions toward its purchase were made by Clarence H. 
Geist, George H. Lorimer, Mary Louise Curtis Bok, Samuel Rea, and 
many others. In Eastern art, the Museum also had an opportunity of 
purchasing a number of works of Chinese sculpture from the Siren 
coUeaions formerly in the Musee Cernuschi in Paris. Several impor- 
tant individual pieces from this collection havt already been given by 
friends of the Museum: a figure of a guardian of the East Wei dynast}', 
and a small stele of Sakyamuni of the same period by Stanley G. Flagg, 
Jr., a head of the Buddha of the Nonh Ch'ow dynasty by Mrs. Stanley 
G. Flagg, Jr., and a bust of a Bodhisattva in white marble by Mrs. 
Frank T. Griswold. Contributions toward the pixrcliase of further 
pieces were received from many friends of the Museum. The total 
expenditure for purchases exceeded $100,000. 

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Gifts of groups of objeas include: twenty-three rugs, mostly 
Anatolian, l6th to 18th centuries, including a large 17th century Ushak, 
also five palampores and four sets of printed hangings, all for the fur- 
nishing of Mount Pleasant, given by Charles H. Ludington; the Henry 
LaBarre Jayne Memorial collection of Japanese prints, given by Mrs. 
Jayne and supplemented by Horace H. F. Jayne; a numerous colleaion 
of Oriental objects, mostly Indian and Chinese, including a stone figure 
of Ganesh, given by Mrs, J. Norman Henry; English and American 
silver and other items, given by Morris R. Bockius; a colleaion of over 
two thousand coins, given by Miss Lydia T. Morris; and selections of 
varied and interesting objects, one bequeathed by the late Harold S. 
Truitt, another given by Mrs. Richard Wain Meirs in memory of 
Mrs. Jones Wister. 

Among the other accessions reported from month to month in the 
Bulletin the following may be particularly mentioned: 

Sculpture: Somaskanda-Murti in bronze, Indian, l6th century, 
purchased from the Taylor Fvmd; a stucco statuette, figure of a scholar, 
Chinese, Sung dynasty, given by Horace H. F. Jayne. 

Woodwork: A carved mirror, English, about 1755-60, purchased 
by generous subscriptions from George D. Widener, George H. 
Lorimer and Morris R. Bockiias, and income from the Harrison Fund; 
a carved mirror, American, Adam style, once the property of the Phila- 
delphia cabinet-maker, Jonathan Gostelowe, purchased from the Temple 
Fund income; a set of four chairs, Hepplewhite style, American, given 
by Mrs. Charles Wolcott Henry; a chair of Sheraton style, Philadelphia, 
purchased from the Harrison Fund income. 

Ceramics: A group of early pottery jars, Chinese, one of the Yang 
Shao era, given by Horace H. F. Jayne. 

Textiles: An extensive collection of Chinese silks and velvets pur- 
chased from the Harrison Fund income; a group of printed, painted, 
and dyed linens, chiefly French, purchased from the Blanchard Fund 
income and the Offertory Fund. 

Metal Work: A silver pitcher made by Joseph and Nathaniel 
Richardson, Philadelphia, 1785-1791, given by Samuel W. Woodhouse, 
Jr., in memory of Alfred Coxe Prime; a set of cast iron plaques of the 
heads of Christ and the Apostles, Pennsylvania German, made by de 




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Children's Museum: Model of the John Johnson house, German- 
town, given by Mrs. Edward Walter Clark. 

Loans 

The year has been remarkable for the number and high quality of 
objeas lent to the Museum. Many works lent for special exhibitions 
have remained to be incorporated in the general installation. 

Foremost among the loans have been tapestries of great artistic 
and historical value. Ten of the l6th, 17th and 18th centuries, dis- 
tinguished by their fine quality and important size, lent by the estates 
of Charles M. Ffoulke and Sarah C. Ffoulke, include the superb set of 
six pieces depicting "The History of Moses" signed by Pierre van Aelst 
who wove the "Acts of the Apostles" for the Sistine Chapel from 
Raphael's cartoons. A characteristic 17th century Flemish piece was 
lent by Mr. and Mrs. James F. Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Fitz Eugene 
Dixon lent a magnificent set of five Gobelin tapestries of the "Don 
Quixote" series, woven by Neilson, Cozette, and Audran from the 
cartoons of Coypel, and generally regarded as the finest products of the 
eighteenth century looms. 

Other important loans include an altar-piece attributed to Parri 
Spinelli, from H. Norris Harrison and John Harrison, Jr.; six portraits 
by Sully, from Mrs. J. Emien Smith; tw'o carved Romanesque wood 
figures, from Miss Frances K. Wister, Wedgwood portrait medallions 
and seals, from Roland L. Taylor; a Chippendale chair with the unique 
label of Benjamin Randolph, the famous Philadelphia cabinet-maker, 
from Howard Sill; a number of early Pennsylvania pieces, from J. 
Stogdell Stokes; a silver tankard made by Philip Syng, the first, Phila- 
delphia, 1720-30, from Miss Anna Johnson and Mrs. Helen Johnson; a 
unique silver coffee pot made by Christopher Robert, New York, 1731, 
from Mrs. Francis P. Garvan; two heads, early Siamese and Cambodian, 
from Yamanaka and Company; and a Japanese screen attributed to 
Sotan, from Gardner Cassatt. Loans for the installation of Mount 
Pleasant are mentioned elsewhere in this report. 

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Exhibitions 

Fourteen special exhibitions were held during the year, of which 
several were of major importance. Most notable was the loan exhibition 
of Persian art during the months of Oaober, November and December, 
organized and generously supported by Arthur Upham Pope. Seven 
galleries were devoted to the display of rugs, textiles, ceramics and 
miniatures lent by American and European museums, dealers, and such 
well known private collectors as Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer, Mrs. 
Rockefeller McCormick, George Hewitt Myers and Mrs. John D. 
Rockefeller, Jr. In connection with the exhibition was held the first 
meeting of the International Congress of Orientalists, attended by lead- 
ing American scholars and such foreign authorities as Lawrence Binyon, 
Ernest Kiihnel, Otto Kiimmel, Friederich Sarre, and Gaston Migeon. 

An exhibition of tapestries, occupying five galleries, continued from 
January to April. Beside the important early tapestries recently ac- 
quired by the Museum and the fine examples from the Museum's 
Bloomfield Moore colleaion, there were the loans mentioned above 
which have remained to be incorporated in the general installation. 

Exhibitions of the work of two notable Philadelphia artists who 
died in 1926 were those in memory of Joseph Pennell and Mary 
Cassatt. Each was the most comprehensive representation of the artist's 
work which has been attempted. The Pennell exhibition, held in col- 
laboration with the Print Club of Philadelphia, occupied nine gal- 
leries embracing praaically his complete work as an etcher, litho- 
grapher and illustrator, with many water colors and drawings. The 
great body of the exhibition was formed by the colleaion of our trus- 
tee, John F. Braun. The Cassatt exhibition embraced over forty large 
canvases and pastels, many of them from members of the artist's family 
and not publicly shown before. Additional galleries contained water 
colors and drawings, and prints in the greatest fullness and variety of 
proof-states, from the collections of Albert E. McVitty and Mrs. J. 
Gardner Cassatt. 

The exhibition of modern European decorative art circulated by 
the American Association of Museums was shown in its entirety and 
attraaed much serious attention from students and designers. 

The series of monthly exhibitions of prints, several of which have 

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required ampler galleries than the Print Room, has been of unusual 
importance. Particularly noteworthy was the large and representative 
seleaion of early Italian engravings, including several unique items from 
the colleaion of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Lea. Beside the prints of the 
Cassatt and Pennell colleaions there were shown also the following: 
Work of John Sartain, lent by Miss Harriet Sartain; English engraved 
ornament of the eighteenth century, lent by Howard Reifsnyder; etch- 
ings by John Wright; early engraved maps of Asia; French engraved 
portraits of the eighteenth century, lent by Joseph Sailer; Dutch etchings 
by Marius Bauer, lent by Roland L. Taylor. 

Showings of the Museum's painted Pennsylvania chests, and of a 
group of Chinese paintings complete the roster of exhibitions for the 
year. 

Installation and Building 

The renovation and re-installation of galleries chronicled last year 
have been completed in all those requiring special attention, so that the 
whole interior of the building now presents a harmonious aspect. The 
loans of superb tapestries greatly enhance the rotunda and ceramic 
galleries. In the galleries of painting the transfer of many pictures from 
the Elkins colleaions to Memorial Hall, pending their permanent 
installation in the new Museum next year, has permitted a re-hanging 
of four galleries now devoted to the Dutch, French, English and Amer- 
ican schools, and raised the quality of the works there on view to great 
distinaion. The north vestibule is being made available as an additional 
gallery of baroque painting, which will include, among others, a num- 
ber of the pictures from the Lea colleaion. The collection of silver 
which had overflowed its old quarters has been brought together in 
the northeast pavilion, where it has been installed under the direaion 
of Dr. Woodhouse with an effea proportionate to its importance. 

The completion of extensive new storerooms has made possible 
a great enlargement of the space devoted to the Museum offices and 
shops, the provision of an adequate shipping room, and the clearing 
of the Library from intrusions on its proper use. It is now an attraaive 
and convenient room with ample accommodations for consultation by 
the public of its extensive colleaions of books, photographs, and lantern 
slides. 

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Mount Pleasant and the "Colonial Chain" 
Further important steps forward have been taken in realizing the 
plan of a "colonial chain" of original houses near the Museum in 
Fairmount Park, representing the successive periods of early American 
art. 

Mount Pleasant (1762), the finest Philadelphia house of the 
Chippendale period now standing, of which the restoration was chron- 
icled last year, has been maintained permanently open under the 
administration of the Museum, as the first element of the series. The 
attendance there for the year has exceeded 10,000. The few remaining 
items in the work of restoration have been praaically finished with the 
funds generously provided by Charles H. Ludington, and a summer 
house of Chinese lattice, similar to the one mentioned in a Philadelphia 
description of 1762, will shortly be completed as a feature of the gar- 
den. The installation has been constantly developed under the cura- 
torial care of Mr. Downs. Fine examples of "Turkey carpet," as chron- 
ided in Philadelphia houses of the time, were colleaed by Rudolph M. 
Riefstahl, the well-known student of Oriental rugs. Among the fur- 
nishings many fine pieces are the property of the Museum. The loans 
of additional pieces, reported in the Bulletin, are too numerous to list 
here singly, but certain groups may be mentioned. No less than thirty, 
four items, many of great rarity, come from the colleaion of Howard 
Reifsnyder. The Pennsylvania Hospital has deposited three exceptional 
pieces: the remarkable side-table attributed to Benjamin Randolph and 
Hercules Courtenay, a clock made by David Rittenhouse, and a walnut 
tripod table of very unusual size. Miss Esther Morton Smith, Mr. and 
Mrs. Paul Sutro, and Mrs. Logan W. MacCoy have lent important 
groups of furniture; John S. Jenks, a colleaion of blue-and- white 
Nankin. All told they constitute an unsurpassed ensemble of Phila- 
delphia furnishings on the eve of the Revolution, 

Cedar Grove, re-ereaed in exemplary fashion by Miss Lydia T. 
Morris as an element in the series, is nearing completion and will 
receive in the autumn its original furnishings treasured and preserved 
by Miss Morris. The earlier part of the house is contemporary with 
such early-Georgian houses as Stenton and Graeme Park, and the whole, 
enlarged by two successive generations, will form a unique memorial to 
a Philadelphia family. 

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Belmont (1742-60), while maintained as a restaurant, has been 
most carefully restored with the assistance of the Museum staflF and 
well represents the mid-Georgian period. The remarkable plaster ceil- 
ings are the earliest in style of any in the Colonies. 

Under the generous provisions of the will of Naomi Wood, 
Woodford, which assumed its final form about 1756, will now also 
be restored and furnished as a museum of Colonial art, and further 
additions to the series are in prospect. 

Educational Work 

The principal courses of public lectures of the institution continue 
to be offered at the school and by the staff of the school. The Museum 
staff gave at the Museum a series of six Sunday lectures on the history 
of art with special reference to the collections, which was attended by 
1316 members and others. Many classes and clubs were given guidance, 
on appointment, by members of the curatorial staff. 

We look forward to the day, not far distant, when adequate 
lecture and classrooms will be available for public educational work on 
a scale commensurate with that reached by other museums. For this a 
special educational staff will be requisite, under an able supervisor. 
To secure such a man, and inaugurate the work in a worthy way, we 
should be assured of an income of ten thousand dollars per year for a 
period of five years. We hope the development of this important public 
service may appeal to a donor or donors outside the circle of those 
interested in giving for the purchase of works of art. 

Publications 

The Museum Bulletin is continuing to strengthen its enviable 
reputation among museum publications for the serious character and 
permanent value of its articles. The series by Miss Reath on weaves 
in hand-loom fabrics has been attraaing wide attention and is now 
serving as the basis of textile classification in other museums beside our 
own. In addition to those of our own staff, we have had important 
contributions from iCarmelita de Solms Jones, Arthur Upham Pope, 
and Louisine W. Havemeyer. 

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The Musemn contributed a special section on Mount Pleasant 
to the year-book of the Philadelphia Chapter, American Institute of 
Architects, and the T-Square Club. This section has now been reprinted 
as a hand-book of the branch Museum. 

The Library 

The Museum Library, now comprising about seven thousand 
volumes, has grown at an increasing rate, four hundred and forty hav- 
ing been added during the year, beside one hundred and sixty-six in 
the Wilstach Library which forms an effeaive unit with it. 

Important groups in several classes deserve particular mention. 
Four eighteenth century books of engraved ornament supplement the 
nucleus already owned by the Museum. Woodward's Heraldry British 
and Foreign, Papworth's Dictionary of Coats of Arms and Fairbank's 
Book of Crests strengthen an undeveloped class within the Museum's 
interest. Our comprehensive coUeaion on textiles has been increased, 
among other works, by Lessing's Gewebe-Sammlung des Kunstgewerbe- 
Museums, and Sarre's new edition of Martin's Old Oriental Carpets. 
The architectural series acquired include Vacquier's Anciens Chateaux 
de France and The Survey of London. Accessions of oriental books 
have been specially great in number and diversity. Books on paint- 
ing added to the Wilstach Library include the complete set of Venturi's 
Storia dell' arte Italiana and many additional volumes of the Kunstler- 
Monographien. 

Among the photographs the most notable new series are those of 
the Oriental colleaion of the Royal Ontario Museum at Toronto and 
of Colonial houses in and about Philadelphia, the latter a gift of 
Frankhn D. Edmunds, 

The lantern slides belonging to the Museum were brought to- 
gether and supplemented by numerous purchases, so that the Library 
now has some one thousand, chiefly in the decorative arts, available for 
loan to schools and clubs at a small fee. 

Personnel and Organization 

Desiring greater freedom from administrative duties. Dr. Wood- 
house resigned in Oaober from his positions as Associate Direaor and 

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PORTRAIT OF AN ACTOR BY SHARAKU 

GIVEN AS PART OF THE HENRY LA BARRE JAYNE MEMORIAL, 1927 




Carved Mirror, English, About 1760 — Purchased from 
Subscription and Museum Funds 



Curator and was appointed Adviser in the Industrial Arts of the 
Eighteenth Century. ErHng H. Pedersen was appointed Assistant to the 
Director, with executive charge of the Museum office. On the resigna- 
tion of Mrs. E. R. Watts, Miss Jane Fakler became Librarian. The 
appointment of two additional cataloguers has enabled the Registrar's 
office to make much progress in recataloguing early accessions. The 
Museum has also had effeaive assistance from a number of able and 
faithful volunteer workers. 

At the conclusion of the year the curatorial staflF has been reorgan- 
ized in its dual relationship to period and to material, as indicated in 
the list published in this report. The Direaor will act as Chief of the 
Division of European and American Art, while Mr. Jayne becomes 
Chief of the Division of Eastern Art. Miss Reath, in charge of 
textiles, assumes the rank of Assistant Curator. 

Respeafully submitted, 

FiSKE Kimball, 

Director. 



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STATISTICAL TABLES 

ACCESSIONS 



Classes Bequests 

Books 

Library Fund 

Temple Fund 

Ceramics 

Clocks, Watches 

Costumes 

Crystals, Jade 

Dolls and Toys 

Drawings 

Enamels 

Fans 

Glass, Objects in 

Ivories 

Jewelry 

Lace 

Lantern Slides 

Manuscripts 

Medals, Coins 

Metalwork 4 

Temple Fund 

Miscellaneous 8 

Paintings 1 

Photographs 

Prints, Etchings 2 

Sculpture 

Special Fund 

Taylor Fund 

Textiles 1 

Blanchard Fund 

Thomas S. Harrison Fund 

Offertory Fund 

Special Fund 

Woodwork and Furniture. . 3 

Harrison Fund 

Offertory Fund 

Temple Fund 

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Gifts Purchases Totals Totals 

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401 

4 440 283 

25 25 213 

3 3 1 

10 10 17 

3 3 

1 

1 1 6 

3 3 

10 

9 9 71 

2 2 1 

7 

4 4 2 
922 922 

1 1 1 

2028 2028 1993 
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1 49 371 

1 9 

4 5 24 

55 643 698 955 

52 54 137 

17 

19 

1 37 16 
56 

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1 119 75 
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ACCESSIONS: COMPARATIVE TABLES 

A. OBJECTS OF ART 

Bequests Gifts Purchases Totals 
1927 19 2268 87 2374 

1926 85 2614 565 3264 

Decrease from 1926 66 346 478 890 

B. LIBRARY 

Books 

1927 35 405 440 

1926 53 230 283 

Increase over 1926 175 157 

Decrease from 1926 18 

Photographs 

1927 55 643 698 

1926 16 939 955 

Increase over 1926 39 

Decrease from 1926 296 257 

Lantern Slides 

1927 922 922 

1926 

Increase over 1926 922 922 

1926-27 1925-26 

Bequests of objects of art received 2 4 

Donors of objects of art 94 64 

Donors to the Library 54 67 



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LOANS 

1926-27 1925-26 

Ceramics 453 1 

Costumes 3 2 

Crystals, Jades, Ivories 1 1 

Glass 56 

Jewelry, Fans 10 2 

Lace 3 

Lacquer Work 12 

Leather Work 11 

Manuscripts 139 

Metalwork 123 9 

Paintings, including Miniatures 123 l6l 

Prints, Engravings, Drawings 1803 270 

Sculpture 20 18 

Textiles 620 57 

Woodwork and Furniture 96 189 

Total 3473 710 

Lenders of objects of art 128 31 

ATTENDANCE 

Normal Flower Shows Total 

June 1, 1917 to May 31, 1918 354,266 

June 1, 1918 to May 31, 1919 336,559 

June 1, 1919 to May 31, 1920 337,611 

June 1, 1920 to May 31, 1921 (Pilgrims' 

Tercentennial Exhibition) 386,182 

June 1, 1921 to May 31, 1922 342,081 

June 1, 1922 to May 31, 1923 296,497 

June 1, 1923 to May 31, 1924 311,993 

June 1, 1924 to May 31, 1925 336,175 85,188 421,363 

June 1, 1925 to May 31, 1926 301,167 112,380 413,547 

June 1, 1926 to May 31, 1927 361,718 19,224 380,942 

BEQUESTS RECEIVED 

Harold S. Truitt Mrs. William V. Warne 



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ALTAR PIECE ATTRIBUTED TO PARRI SPINELLI, 
FLORENTINE, XV CENTURY 

LENT BY H. NORMS HARRISON AND JOHN HARRISON, JR. 




STELE OF SAKYANUNI, CHINESE EAST WEI DYNASTY 

GIVEN BY STANLEY G. FLAGG, JR., 1927 



DONORS OF OBJECTS OF ART 



Associate Committee of 

Women 
President and Directors of 

THE Baltimore and Ohio 

Railroad 
August Bein 

Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg 
Morris R. Bockius 
Mrs. Edward Bok 
Frederick Bradbury 
Clarence Wilson Brazer 
John W. Brock 
Joseph H. Bromley 
Mrs. Edward Browning 
Arthur Edwin Bye 
Mrs. Hampton L. Carson 
Mrs. Edward Walter Clark 
Miss Mary E. Converse 
Mrs. John Coogan 
Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe 
Mrs. William A. Dick 
Mrs. George W.Childs Drexel 
Mrs. Frederick C. Durant 
Mrs. John H. Easby 
Edwin F. Eckard 
Miss Anna W. Ely 
Theodore M. Etting 
Mrs. Laurence Eyre 
Daniel H. Farr 
Max Felix 
J. Sibley Felton 
Mrs. George Harrison Fisher 
Stanley Griswold Flagg, Jr. 
Mrs. Stanley Griswold Flagg, 

Jr. 
Mrs. Edith L. Foster 



Miss Helen A. Fox 

Mrs. Walter J. Freeman 

Clarence H. Geist 

Mrs. Harrold E. Gillingham 

Harrold E. Gillingham 

Mrs. Frank T. Griswold 

Miss Elizabeth D. Hacker 

Rev. Thomas R. Hazzard 

Miss Dorcas Hedden 

Mrs. Charles Wolcott Henry 

Mrs. J. Norman Henry 

Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman 

Benjamin R. Hoffman 

Miss M. W. Howe 

Miss Letitla A. Humphreys 

Mrs. Joseph Baldwin 

Hutchinson 
Mrs. Henry LaBarre Jayne 
Horace H. F. Jayne 
Augustus W. Jordan 
Edwin F. Keen 
Miss Florence Keen 
Chester W. Earner 
Mrs. John Frederick Lewis 
George H. Lorimer 
Charles H. Ludington 
Miss Clara R. Mason 
Edward F. Mason 
John H. McClatchy 
Miss Bernice M. McIlhenny 
Mrs. Richard Waln Meirs, in 

Memory of Sabine d'Invil- 

LIERS WiSTER 

Mrs. Oscar E. Mertz 
Lawrence J. Morris 
Moss Rose Manufacturing 
Company 



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Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 
Adam Pietz 
William S. Pilling 
Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 
Miss Prime 
Samuel Rea 

Miss Nancy Andrews Reath 
Howard Reifsnyder 
Mrs, J. Howard Rhoads 
Mrs. Dwight Robinson, 
IN Memory of Bettie de 

MOVILLE DAHLGREN 

Mrs. Richard Rossmassler 
Mrs. Samuel R. Shipley 
Mrs. J. Emlen Smith 
Miss Caroline Louise Staake 



Miss Helen Semple 

Mrs. M. Stern 

Mrs. William Albert Sullivan 

Estate of Augusta C. Thorne 

Mrs. Emilie S. Troth 

Miss Lillie Watt 

William White 

George D. Widener 

Ellis D. Williams 

Mrs. Mary A. Williams 

Miss Mary C. Wister 

Samuel W. Woodhouse, Jr., in 

Memory of Alfred Coxe 

Prime 
Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts 
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DONORS TO THE LIBRARY 



Miss Elizabeth Abel 
American Assoqation of 

Museums 
American Federation of Arts 
Art Digest 

Mrs. Mary N. Atwater 
Bachstitz Gallery 
Baltimore Museum of Art 
Boston Museum of Fine Arts 
British Museum 
Brooklyn Institute of Arts 

AND Sciences 
Buffalo Arts Journal 
Chicago Art Institute 
Cleveland Museum of Art 
Mrs. Andrew Wright 

Crawford 
Detroit Institute of Arts 
Kenneth Dingwall 
Franklin D. Edmunds 
Fort Ticonderoga Museum 
Mrs. Francis B. Gummere 
Heye Foundation 
Edward S. Holloway 
James Hazen Hyde 
The John Herron Art 

Institute 
Art Association of 

Indl\napolis 
William Ithel 
Horace H. F. Jayne 
John S. Jenks 
Viscount Lee of Fareham 
Metropolitan Museum of Art 
University of Michigan 



Minneapolis Institute of 

Arts 
Miss Elinor Merrell 
Miss Lydia T. Morris 
Newark Museum of Art 
New York Art Center 
New York Historical Soqety 
University of North 

Carolina 
Oriental Ceramic Society 
University of Pennsylvania 
Print Club of Philadelphia 
Rhode Island School of 

Design 
St. Louis City Art Museum 
St. Paul Institute 
Sesquicentennlal Commission 

OF THE Commonwealth of 

Pennsylvania 
Frederic Fairchild Sherman 
Smithsonl\n Institution 
Soqety for the Preservation 

of New England 

Antiquities 
Staten Island Institute of 

Arts and Sciences 
Stoke-on-Trent Museum 
Toledo Museum of Art 
Wadsworth Atheneum 
Mrs. Albert B. Weimer 
Samuel W. Woodhouse, Jr. 
Worcester Art Museum 
Yale University 



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LENDERS OF OBJECTS OF ART 



Wayman Adams 

B. Altman and Company 

American Association of 

Museums 
Art Institute of Chicago 
Mrs. Harry E, Asbury 
A. W. Bahr 
E. P. Barnard 
Beghian Brothers 
Victor Behar 
Bernheimer Brothers 
Boehler and Steinmeyer 
Adolphe Borie 
Bourgeois Galleries 
John F. Braun 
Joseph Brummer 
Arthur Edwin Bye 
Gardner Cassatt 
Mrs. J. Gardner Cassatt 
Robert Kelso Cassatt 
Cleveland Museum of Art 
Mrs. Samuel C. Davis 
LuciEN Demotte 
Detroit Institute of Arts 
Mr. & Mrs. Fitz Eugene Dixon 

DURAND-RUEL, INC. 

Sir Joseph Duveen 

Mrs. Laurence Eyre 

Miss Louisa Eyre 

Estate of Charles M. Ffoulke 

Estate of Sarah C Ffoulke 

Wilson P. Foss 

P. W. French and Company 

Mrs. Francis P. Garvan 

Mrs. Harrold E. Gillingham 



Gluckselig Brothers 

Mr. & Mrs. John H. Halford 

Charles L. Hamilton 

H, NoRRis Harrison 

John Harrison, Jr. 

Mrs. Henry O. Havemeyer 

Horace Havemeyer 

P. Jackson Higgs 

Benjamin R. Hoffman 

Willlam Macpherson Hornor 

Indjoudjian 

Horace H. F. Jayne 

John S. Jenks 

Miss Anna Johnson 

Mrs. Helen Johnson 

Ali Akbar Kaicheff 

DiKRAN G. KeLEKIAN 

Kent-Costikyan 
H. Kevorkian 
Fahim Kouchakji 
Kouchakji Freres 
Francis Carey Lea 
Charles M. Lea 
Van Antwerp Lea 
Library Company of Phila- 
delphia 
Mrs. J. Bertram Lippincott 
Macbeth Galleries 
Mrs. W. Logan MacCoy 
V. EvERiT Macy 
Mrs. J. Willis Martin 
Mrs. Rockefeller McCormick 
Mrs. E. H. McCullough 
Miss Bernice M. McIlhenny 
Mrs. John D. McIlhenny 



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Albert E, McVitty 

Metropolitan Museum of Art 

Caleb J. Milne, Jr. 

H. Khan Monif 

Mrs. W. E. Montague 

Mrs, John W. Muir 

James A. Murphey 

George Hewitt Myers 

Nazare Aga 

Clement B. Newbold 

William Oberhardt 

Parish Watson and Company 

Pennsylvania Hospital 

Philadelphia Sketch Club 

Adam Pietz 

Arthur Upham Pope 

Mrs. Fred Perry Powers 

Howard Reifsnyder 

Garrett Reilly 

Mrs. Samuel O. Riddle 

Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. 

Louis B. Runk 

Matin-es-Sultaneh M. 
Saghaphi 

Joseph Sailer 

St. George's Gallery 

Friedrich Sarre 

Miss Harriet Sartain 

EsLER D. Schaffer 

Martin C. Schwab 

Mrs. Edgar Scott 

Seligman, Rey and Company 



Philip M. Sharples 

Miss Mary W. Shoemaker 

Howard Sill 

Vladimir Simkhovitch 

Miss Esther Morton Smith 

Mrs. J. Emlen Smith 

Mrs. Arthur R. Spencer 

Mrs. W. Plunket Stewart 

J. Stogdell Stokes 

M. and R. Stora 

Mr. and Mrs. James Francis 

Sullivan 
Arthur J. Sussel 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Sutro 
Georges Tabbagh 
Roland L. Taylor 
Miss Anne Thomson 
Toledo Museum of Art 
ToPALiAN Brothers 
Charles Vignier 
Mrs. William H. Walbaum 
Mrs. J. Murray Watts 
H. Devitt Welsh 
Edward Shippen Willing 
Miss Frances K. Wister 
Samuel W. Woodhouse, Jr. 
Worcester Art Museum 
Mrs. John Wright 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennedy 

WURTS 

Yamanaka and Company 



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REPORT OF THE PRINCIPAL OF THE SCHOOL 

To the President and Trustees of The Pennsylvania Museum and 
School of Industrial Art: 

I have the honor of presenting to you my second Annual Report 

The School 

In reviewing the quahty and character of the work, attendance 
and general interest and spirit of the students of the School during 
the past year, I feel we have an outstanding record. 

Registration 

The total number of students attending the School for the year 
1926-I927 was 1541, divided as follows: 

Art Department: 

Day School 496 

Evening School 288 

Saturday Adult 
Saturday 

1037 



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Junior ) 



Summer School: 

July 87 

Textile Department: 

Day School 140 

Evening School 277 

Graduation 

Art Department 48 

Textile Department 36 

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There were four distinctive Exhibitions of students' work during 
the year. 

A miniature Exhibition, comprising work of the Art Department 
and Textile Department of the School, was shown at the Pennsylvania 
Museum and School of Industrial Art Booth in the Palace of Educa- 
tion, Sesquicentennial. 

Art Department: — Drawing and Painting from the Cast, Life 
Model and Costxmied Model, Painting and Water Color from nature 
forms and still-life, Design for wall-paper, cretonnes and batiks, etc., 
Poster and Advertising Design, Furniture Design, Illustration Draw- 
ing, Interior Decoration Problems. Crafts: — Pottery, Modeling, 
Wrought Iron, Metal Work and Jewelry and Furniture. 

Textile Department: — A Group of Charts skillfully arranged, 
showed through progressive sequence the various technical stages, the 
most interesting phases of textile work, from carding and weaving 
in the raw material, cotton, wool, rayon and silk to designing, dyeing 
and the finished product. Examples of the finished product were 
exhibited in the small cases and portrayed the skill, energy and high 
standards of work that long ago made this Department a force in the 
Textile World. 

At the School, Broad and Pine Streets, a general Exhibition pre- 
senting a much more detailed account of the work of the two Depart- 
ments of the School was open to the public June 3rd to September 27th. 
The Exhibition at the booth at the Sesquicentennial brought many 
visitors to the School during the summer. 

The third group was a joint Exhibition of the Textile and Art 
Departments, given late in April in honor of the Eastern Arts Associa- 
tion, which met in Philadelphia at that time. The Exhibition, though 
a small one held in the Lecture Hall of the School, gave the visitors a 
splendid idea of the purpose and plan in ideals of the School. 

The Fashion Show was a notable Exhibit, staged in the Ball Room 
of the Manufacturers' Club, by the students of the Costume Design and 
Costume Pageantry Classes. 

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Modern Costumes: This Group included sport coats and dresses, 
afternoon dresses, evening coats and dresses, beach coats and attire, also 
styles in negligees. The designs were distinctive in style, original, and 
in good taste. The Costume Pageantry Group presented a very beautiful 
pageant at the conclusion of the Exhibition. The costumes were 
medieval in style, having been made and worn at the Architectural 
Ball, "The Pageant of Richard Coeur de Lion," at the University of 
Pennsylvania. Both the afternoon and evening attendance was extremely 
large and much enthusiasm was expressed regarding the work of these 
classes. 

I believe through this group of Exhibitions we have gotten not 
only a fair idea of the student's ability, as exemplified in technical skill 
in both machine work and draftsmanship, but his power of adaptability, 
which is characterized in the finished produa, revealing as it does his 
standards of taste and judgment in design. If it is through our produa 
we must judge our power and ability as a School to carry on the train- 
ing of students to take their place in the professional world, we have, 
through these Exhibitions, had excellent opportunity to judge, and 
should, therefore, be stimulated to greater service in the future. 

Special Textile Department Interests 
The year 1926-1927 was extremely gratifying from the stand- 
point of the charaaer of the pupils, their scholastic attainment, and 
their production of finished textiles. 

The establishment of entrance requirements of college entrance 
grade has given the School an enviable student body, well fitted by 
reason of its preliminary education to take better advantage of the 
unusual opportunities in both theoretical and praaical phases of tex- 
tile manufacture. Recently a special representative of the New York 
State Department of Education, after an inspeaion of the School 
during working hours, stated that he was deeply impressed by the 
course of training, by the unusually high type of the student body 
and its very evident seriousness of purpose, and also by the com- 
bination of practicality and artistic effea in the fabrics as planned 
and executed. 

Thirty-six men completed the three-year diploma course, and six- 
teen the two-year certificate courses. They came from widely-scattered 

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sections of the United States and Canada. One of the graduates 
is a Lieutenant in the Quartermaster Corps of the United States Army, 
and one of the certificate men is a Lieutenant in the Supply Corps 
of the United States Navy, they having been detailed to the School 
by the Army and Navy, respeaively, in pursuance of the policy of 
obtaining a better training, for some of their men, in the produaion 
of textiles purchased by the Government. 

One of the features peculiar to this textile school is the annual 
tour by the year's graduates, under the supervision of two members 
of the faculty, comprising a week of visitations to the leading mills 
of New England. Even though during the years at the School the 
students have the opportunity of many visits to local industrial estab- 
lishments, this final tour, undertaken immediately after graduation, 
never fails to give the men a more true perspective of their chosen 
industry. 

The Alumni Association of the Textile School, which numbers 
about one thousand members, held a two-day reunion consisting of 
a business meeting and the presentation of technical papers at the 
School, followed on the second day by a field day at the Manufac- 
turers' Country Club, and a banquet at the Manufacturers' Club, 
on which latter occasion the Honorable James B. Reynolds, former 
Assistant Secretary of the United States Treasury, delivered an important 
address on "The Tariff Tomorrow." 

Loan Exhibitions 

We have been most fortunate in having a variety of Exhibitions of 
the work of Philadelphia artists. A distinctively outstanding Exhibition 
of great informative value to students was that of Violet Oakley's 
preliminary sketches and drawings for the Mural Paintings in the 
Supreme Court Room, at the State Capitol, Harrisburg. The Exhibition 
revealed the tremendous amount of research, imagination, labor and 
mental power which lies back of any great commission, whether it be 
a mural painting, a finished fabric, an illustration drawing, a design, 
or any other product of art. 

The following Exhibitors also have given us through their splen- 
did work much stimulation and we have enjoyed the atmosphere 
created through their work. 

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Margaretta S. Hinchman . Drawing, Painting and Design 

Ralph Cavaliere Illustrations 

Frances Lighten and 
Katherine Milhous .... Water Colors and Drawings 

Clyde Shuler and 
William Thompson .... Drawings 

Through the courtesy of Miss Anne Balderston an Exhibition of 
Posters of the India Editions of English Newspapers was shown. 

Through the interest of Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts, a beautiful 
Exhibition of hand-woven textiles and silk, pure gold and silver from 
India and antique embroideries from Egypt was held in the Textile 
Exhibition Room. This exquisite and beautiful Exhibition of Textiles 
was lent by Mrs. Wurts, Mrs. Shillard-Smith and Mrs. Grey Dayton. 

Library 

Through the splendid support of the Associate Committee of 
Women, the Library has been further enriched this year by several note- 
worthy gifts. The History of Feminine Costume of the World by 
Giaferri, in two Volimies, a gift of the joint Committee, is a valuable 
addition to the Library and is much appreciated by the students. 
Racinet's "Costume Historique" is another great addition to the Library 
and is in constant demand. A gift of twenty-eight bound volumes of 
English Country Life, supplemented by some thirteen unbound copies, 
and bound and unbound copies of American Country Life will be of 
great service to the Library in its work. This is likewise true of a large 
collection of very fine photographs of architectural subjeas and paint- 
ings. 

This year the Library was open three nights a week instead of 
two, which added greatly to its usefulness. The night attendance was 
905, an increase of 200 over last year. 

The attendance throughout the year has been very satisfactory, 
the total being 16,000 for the School year. The spirit of the students 
using the Library refleas again the earnestness of the student body as 
a whole. 

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Gifts 
We have had the pleasure of being the recipient of a number of 
valued Gifts. The following individual donors to the Library presented 
books, plates, prints, etc.: 

Class of 1925 

Mrs. William A. Dick 

Mrs. Howard W. Lewis 

Mrs. John D. McIlhenny 

Mr. Vincent Nast 

Mr, E. D. Nickerson 

Mrs. Frank T. Patterson 

Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 

Mrs. John Reilly 

Mrs, Frederick Hart Shelton 

The T-Square Club 

Mrs. Albert B. Weimer 
From Mrs. Jones Wister came costumes and materials. Mrs. Dick 
presented to the Wood-working room a new Band-Saw. Through the 
interest of Mrs. Joseph Leidy and Mr. Thornton Oakley, a number of 
delightful Illustrations have been presented to the School. The illustra- 
tions are those of Jessie Willcox Smith, Elizabeth Shippen Greene 
Elliott, Violet Oakley, Frank Taylor and Thornton Oakley. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bond made a contribution of silks to the 
Costume Design Class, which very much increased the beauty of the 
final display at the Fashion Show. 

The Costume Design Department received with keen appreciation 
contributions of materials from the following mills: Folwell Bros. 
& Company, Walther Manufacturing Co., Inc., Wm. F. Read and 
Sons Company, Shelbourne Mills, Continental Mills, American Rayon 
Produas Company, and Worumbo Company. 

Awards and Prizes 
I have the pleasure to inform you that the Executive Jury of 
Awards of the Sescjuicentennial awarded a Prize in the form of a Medal 
and a Certificate of Honor to both the Textile and the Art Departments 
of the School, on account of the excellence of the Exhibition of work in 
the Palace of Education. 

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A noteworthy tribute was paid by the Jury of Awards in giving the 
Textile School the Grand Prize for the excellence of its course of study. 
Coupled with this award was a Diploma and Gold Medal to each of 
four members of the faculty for their collaboration in the perfecting of 
the course. 

It was a great pleasure to award a European Traveling Scholar- 
ship to Paul Remmey, who was graduated from the Illustration Class 
in June, 1926. The Scholarship was presented to the School by Mrs. 
Frank Thorne Patterson. 

Through the generosity and unfailing interest of the Associate 
Committee of Women, a European Traveling Scholarship was awarded 
to George Sklar, who was graduated from the Modeling Class in June, 
1927. 

A second European Traveling Scholarship was presented to the 
School by Mrs. John D. Mcllhenny. This Scholarship was awarded 
to Robert Rushton. 

The Traveling Art Award, to visit Furniture Concerns in Grand 
Rapids, Michigan, was presented to George Creasy for excellence of 
work in Furniture Design. 

The John N. Gill Construction Company, of Philadelphia, gave 
three Prizes to the Poster and Advertising Design Class for Trade 
Marks submitted in competition. The Prizes were won by John 
Wolsieffer, Helen Brey and Sarah Brinton. 

The Superba Cravat Company, of Rochester, N. Y., gave six 
Prizes to the students of the Design Class for Designs for silk to be 
used in making cravats. Several Designs from the group presented to 
the Superba Cravat people have been bought by that Company. 

The Art Alliance of America, New York City, gave a distin- 
guished Prize to Ina Weisberg in Furniture Design. The Award was 
for a Design of Modern Living-room Furniture. The Competition was 
international. 

The Kolb Specialty Company awarded five Prizes for the best 
designed covers to be placed over radiators. The first Prize was $15 
and four second Prizes of $10 each were given. Harold Borow re- 
ceived the first Prize; Elizabeth Kelly, Horace Fuller, Elsie W. Sork 
and William Rhorbeck receiving equal second Prizes. 

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Comparative Study of Late XVII Century English Chairs 
Evolved From the Spanish 



The Competitions this year have been a great professional incentive 
and they have stimulated a finer artistic conception in work. 

Miscellaneous 

The Costume and Property Department has been most fortunate 
this year in having Mrs. Bridges in charge of its varied aaivities. The 
many beautiful costumes and properties have been catalogued and are 
artistically distributed and checked according to the needs of the 
several types of work done in the Art Department. 

A number of students of the Costume Design Class visited shops 
in New York, seeing many new models in costume design direct from 
France. 

The students of the Teachers' Training Class have done outstand- 
ing work in Praaice Teaching in many schools adjacent to Phila- 
delphia. The plan to give students experience in teaching is a major 
part of their training and has proved most satisfactory as the demand 
for Practice Teachers is increasing. 

The Saturday Morning Children's Class under the direction of the 
Teachers' Training students has done very interesting work during the 
past year. The advanced students of this Class work at the School, 
while the other students are given the opportunity to work in the several 
Museums of the City. 

In presenting this, my review of the year, in the form of an 
Annual Report, it gives me great pleasure to speak of my keen appreci- 
ation of the fine support and co-operation of the Trustees, the Associate 
Committee of Women, the Staff, the Faculty and the students of the 
School in bringing the work of the year to a successful conclusion. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Edmondson Hussey, 

Principal. 



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REPORT OF THE TREASURER 

For the Fiscal Year ended May 31, 1927 
GENERAL FUND 

RECEIPTS 

For Operation (including Maintenance) 

State of Pennsylvania Contribution $42,500.00 

City of Philadelphia Contribution 37,500.00 

Income from Endowments 17,151.87 

Membership Dues 14,465.00 

Tuition Fees 143,409.75 

Miscellaneous 436.91 

$255,463.53 

Contribution City of Phila- 
delphia in Litigation $12,500.00 

Excess of Expenditures 29,252.34 

41,752.34 

$297,215.87 
EXPENDITURES 

For Museum Maintenance $50,303.52 

School Maintenance 217,380.79 

Administration (General Expense) 29,531.56 

$297,215.87 

RESTRICTED FUNDS 

RECEIPTS 

For Purchase of Museum Collections 

Income from Endowments. . $20,816.54 
Gifts and Membership Dues 77,161.81 

$97,978.35 

For Other Purposes 

Income from Endowments.. $11,613.06 
Gifts and Miscellaneous 

Receipts 29,302.24 

40,915.30 

$138,893.65 

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EXPENDITURES 

For Museum Collections $102,659.19 

Other Purposes 27,806.34 

$130,465.53 

Balance 8,428.12 

$138,893.65 

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

MAY 31, 1927 

ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank $43,169.69 

Real Estate (cost) $550,778.99 

Less Mortgages 500,000.00 

50,778.99 

Investments (cost) 742,968.99 

Contribution State of Pennsylvania due May 

31, 1927 10,625.00 

$847, 542 .67 

Balance 9,600.60 

$857,143.27 
LIABILITIES 

Scholarship Funds $53,899.69 

Prize Funds 11,119.57 

Miscellaneous Funds 679,645.09 

$744,664.35 

Temporary Loans 45,000.00 

Restricted Funds 52,069.88 

Miscellaneous Funds 15,409.04 

$857,143.27 

We have examined the books and accounts of The Pennsylvania 
Museum and School of Industrial Art for the year ending May 31, 1927, 
and we hereby certify that the foregoing Report of the Treasurer and 
the Statement of Assets and Liabilities correaly set forth the true 
financial position of the institution as of that date. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HuNziKER & Company. 
Charles C. Hunziker, 
June 11, 1927. Certified Public Accountant. 

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REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATE COMMITTE OF 
WOMEN 

To the President and Board of Trustees: 

I herewith present the Fortieth Annual Report of the Associate 
Committee of Women. 

We record with deep regret the death of Mrs. Jones Wister, a 
Vice-President and a faithful friend of the Museum and the School. 
Also the death of Mrs. Norman MacLeod, a valuable worker in the 
Associate Committee. 

Miss Cornelia Ewing, for many years Chairman of the Students' 
League House, has been elected Vice-President to succeed Mrs. Jones 
Wister. 

During the year three new members have been eleaed: Mrs. 
Robert C. Clay, Mrs. Littleton W. T. Waller, Jr., and Mrs. Henry C 
Gibson. 

The Costume Class this year has been a great success. Miss Baird 
has done not only practical work, but has developed splendid concep- 
tions of modern design. Owing to Mr. Hussey's good judgment in the 
arrangement of their Roster, the class is having a better balanced educa- 
tion than ever before. The Fashion Show was most successful in every 
way and drew a larger audience than had ever been in the Manufac- 
turers' Club. Three prominent dressmakers, Miss Meely, Miss Julia 
and Miss Lillie, helped to judge the Show and were astonished at the 
quality of the work done by the students. 

The fineness of Mr. Warwick's work in Historical Costume and 
Pageantry was shown in the Pageant given at the conclusion of the 
Fashion Show. 

The class was much larger this year than heretofore. The generous 
donations of pieces of fabrics for the study of weave, quality and price 

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have added much to our equipment. The following firms generously 
furnished materials to be made up by the students: 

Walther Manufacturing Company 
American Rayon Products Corporation 
FoLWELL Brothers 
Continental Mills 
Wm. F. Read & Sons Company 
Shelbourne Mills 
WoRUMBo Company 
The Hats and Accessories for the Show were lent by Gimbel 
Brothers. 

$1100 from the |3500 proceeds of our last entertainment, man- 
aged by Mrs. S. Grey Dayton, were voted to Mr. H. H. F. Jayne to 
purchase additions to his Oriental Collection at the Museum. 

In the Furniture and Woodwork Class several very good pieces of 
furniture have been made. The Art Alliance of New York offered 
prizes for designs of furniture for a modern living room, and one of 
our students won a prize of $150, and her design, an unusual one, was 
accepted by the Karpen Company and will be made up into furniture 
by them. A new circular saw, much needed, was given by Mrs. Dick. 
The members of the House Committee have been greatly assisted 
by the efficient work of the matron, Mrs. Bridges, and the Rest Room 
has been moved to brighter quarters and is in constant use. 

Miss Smith reports the Illustration Class in a most satisfactory and 
encouraging condition, the many students are very enthusiastic and 
showing great improvement under the thorough and inspiring leader- 
ship of Mr. Oakley. 

The Library Committee reports two gifts of money amounting to 
$150 to buy special books. Two volumes, "La Costume," by Racinet, 
were given by Mrs. Eli Kirk Price. They are of great value to the 
Library. Almost 15,000 visits were paid by the students to the Library 
during the year, 

$50 were voted to the Pottery Committee to buy specimens of 
Pottery from the Sesquicentennial. 

The Associate Committee is raising $1500 for a Traveling Scholar- 
ship to send a student abroad on graduation. 

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Miss Ewing reports that the Students' League House has had a 
successful winter, no serious illness, no debt. Miss Harshberger has 
been faithful in her work and they have had a happy household. 

During the past five years Mrs. Wurts, with the co-operation of 
Mr, France and Mr. Cox, has held several Textile Exhibitions at the 
School for the benefit of the students. The first was a rare colleaion 
of Brocades; second, a group of Samplers; third, specimens of weaving 
done by the American Indians; fourth, Examples of Batik, and this year 
a wonderful colleaion of East Indian Textiles in pure gold and silver, 
with cotton hand woven garments and hangings from Egypt. 

The Wrought Iron Class has been most successfully carried on dur- 
ing the season under the capable instruction of Mr. Konetsky. The two 
most able pupils, Messrs. Benson and Crawford, have received orders 
from patrons outside the School, which they have executed when the 
forge was not in use by the class. They have executed orders for garden 
gates. Colonial locks, latches, balcony and stair rails, fire screens, lan- 
terns, lamp standards, window grills, weather vanes and lamps; also 
door knockers, handles and hinges. These orders show the growing 
appreciation of Wrought Iron craft by Architeas and house owners. 

The Committee on Interior Decoration has been of real value to 
the students in this class in bringing them in touch with professional 
work outside the School. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ella G. Weimer, 
Corresponding Secretary. 



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MEMBERSHIP 

EXTRACT FROM THE CHARTER 

The Corporation shall be composed of persons who may become 
members upon such terms as the Trustees shall determine. Persons of 
either sex shall be eligible to membership. 

CLASSIFICATION OF MEMBERS 

Benefactors in Perpetuity, who contribute or bequeath $25,000 or 
more to the Corporation. 

Patrons in Perpetuity, who contribute or bequeath $5000 to the 
Corporation. 

Fellows for Life, who contribute $1000 at one time. 

Life Members, who contribute $300 at one time. 

Fellows, who contribute $250 a year. 

Sustaining Members, who contribute $100 a year. 

Contributing Members, who contribute $25 a year. 

Annual Members, who contribute $10 a year. 

Fellows or Sustaining Members, whose contributions aggregate 
$1000, may be elected Fellows for Life. 

Any person may be elected Benefactor, Patron, Fellow for Life or 
Life Member, who shall have made a gift to an amount requisite for 
admission to the respective class. 

Benefactors, Patrons, Fellows for Life and Life Members shall not 
be liable to annual dues. 

All funds received from Benefaaors, Patrons, Fellows for Life 
and Life Members shall be permanently invested as part of the Endow- 
ment Fund, unless otherwise requested by the donor. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CORPORATION 

BENEFACTORS IN PERPETUITY 
Baugh, Margaret L. Shippen, Elizabeth Swift 

'Frishmuth, Sarah S. Weightman, William 

LuDiNGTON, Charles H. Wood, William 

McIlhenny, John D. 

PATRONS IN PERPETUITY 



Baird, John 
Barton, Susan R. 
BisPHAM, George Tucker 
Blanchard, Anna 
Blanchard, Harriet 
Childs, George W. 
Combs, Mrs. Mary A. 
DissTON, Henry & Sons 
Dolan, Thomas 
Drexel, a. J. 
Drexel, F. a. 
Elkins, William M. 
Flagg, Stanley Griswold, Jr. 
Garrett, Julia 
Garrett, W. E., Jr. 
-Gibson, Henry C. 
Gibson, Mrs. Henry C 
Gibson, Susan W. P. 
Harrison, Thomas Skelton 
Henry, Mrs. Charles W. 
Henry, Mrs. J. Norman 
Houston, H. H. 
Jenks, John Story 



Lea, Henry C. 

Lea, Miss Nina 

Laughlin, Henry A. 

LippiNcoTT, Agnes 

McFadden, John H. 

Magee, Fannie S. 

Moore, Clara J. 

Morris, John T. 

Morris, Lydia T. 

Patterson, Mrs. Frank 
Thorne 

Pell, Alfred Duane 

Search, Theodore C 

Scott, Anna D. 

Sulzberger, Mayer 

Taylor, Mary E. 

Taylor, Roland L. 

Temple, Joseph E. 

Whitney, A. & Sons 

WiDENER, George D. 

Williams, Mrs. Charles F. 

Wister, Sabine d'Invilliers 



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FELLOWS FOR LIFE 



B., T. B. 

Berwind, Mrs. Henry A. 
BocKius, Morris R. 
Brubaker, Mrs. Albert P. 
Carter, Mrs, William T. 
Crane, T. L 
Du Pont, Alice Belin 
Du Pont, Bertha Taylor 
DU Pont, Lammot 
Frazier, George Harrison 
FuGUET, Howard 
Geist, Clarence H. 
Griswold, Mrs. Frank Tracey 
Humphreys, Miss Letitl\ 
Hutchinson, Sydney E. 
Jayne, Horace H. F. 



Johnson, Eldredge Reeves 

Ladd, Laura Stroud 

McIlhenny, Mrs. John D. 

McMuRTRiE, Miss Ellen 

Nichols, Mrs. H. S. Prentiss 

Patterson, Frank Thorne 

Pell, Cornelia Livingston 

Rea, Samuel 

Reifsnyder, Howard 

Stokes, J. Stogdell 

Sullivan, James F. 

Townsend, Mrs. David 

Tubize Artificial Silk Com- 
pany of America 

Wanamaker, Rodman 

Wilson, Joseph Lapsley 

Windrim, John T. 



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LIFE MEMBERS 



Allen, Joseph 
Artman, Mrs. Caroline 

foerderer 
Baeder, Adamson & Co. 
Barney, James W. 
Battles, H. W. 
Beardwood, Mrs. Joseph T. 
Beck, Miss Adele M. 
Bein, August 
Blaetz, Jacob H. 
Blair, Andrew A. 
Blakiston, Miss Mary 
Boericke, Gideon 
Boker & Crawford 
BoK, Edward 
Bok, Mrs. Edward 
Bond, Charles 
Bower, F. B. 
Bower, Willl\m H. 
Braun, John F. 
Brazier, Miss E. Josephine 
Bready, Edwin K. 
Brock, Henry G. 
Bryant, Henry G. 
Butcher, Henry C. 
Butcher, Mrs. Henry C. 
Caldwell, J. E. & Co. 
Capp, Seth Bunker 
Carpenter, Captain Aaron E. 
Carson, Mrs. Hampton L. 
Chase, Mrs. Mary Justice 
Chichester, Mrs. Geo. Mason 
Clark, Charles D. 
Clark, Edward Walter 
Clark, Walton 
Clark, Mrs. Walton 
Clarke, Louis S. 
Cochran, M. 
Coleman, Edward R. 
Coleman, Miss Fanny R. 
Collins, Henry H. 
Cope, Miss Caroline E. 



Curtis, Cyrus H. K. 
Dobbins, Miss Laura E. 
DoBsoN, John & James, Inc. 
Dreer, Mrs. Willl^m F. 
Drexel, Mrs. John R. 
Duhring, Mrs. Henry 
Du Pont, de Nemours, E. I. & Co. 
Dwier, W. Kirkland 
Eagleson, John 
Eddystone Manufac. Co. 
Elkins, George W., Jr. 
Ennis, Andrew J. 
Evans, Miss Lena Cadwalader 
Eyre, Mrs. Laurence 
Fay, Leonard A. 
Eels, Samuel S. 
Fromouth, August G. 
Fuller, Mrs. William A. M. 
FuRNESs, Mrs. Horace H., Jr. 
Garrett, Mrs. Walter 
Geyelin, Mrs. Emile C. 
Gribbel, John 
Grove, Mrs. Henry S. 
Harrison, Alfred C. 
Harrison, George L. 
Harrison, H. Norris 
Harrison, John, Jr. 
Harvey, R. Wistar 
Hatfield, Henry R. 
Helme, William E. 
Helme, Mrs. William E. 
Heppe, Florence J. 
Hetzel, George J. 
Hill, George W. 
HiNCHMAN, Miss Anne 
HiNCHMAN, Miss Marg. S. 
Hires, Charles E. 
Horn & Hardart Baking Co. 
Horn, Joseph V. 
HoRROCKs Brothers 
Horstmann, Wm, H. & Sons 
Jarden, Mrs. Mary Templin 



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Jayne, David & Sons 
Jenkins, Charles 
Jenks, John S. 
Johnson, Mrs. George K. 
Johnson, John Winder 
JusTi, Henry M. 
Justice, Mrs. William W. 
Keen, Edwin F. 
Kennedy, John M., Jr. 
Klauder, Charles Z. 
Klebansky, Wolf 
Klebansky, Mrs. Wolf 
Landenberger, J. William 
Laughlin, Ann Irwin 
Lea, Arthur H. 
Lewis, Mrs. John Frederick 
Lewis, Richard E. 
LiPPiNCOTT, Walter H. 
Logan, Mrs. Robert R. 
MacNeill, William 
Madeira, Louis C. & Sons 
Mason, Miss Jane Graham 
Matteossian, Mrs. Herant B. 
May, Mrs. Joseph 
McCahan, William J. Jr. 
McLanahan, M. Hawley 
McNeely, Miss Florence 
McNeely, Robert K. 
McNeely, Mrs. Robert K. 
McOwEN, Frederick 
Meigs, Arthur L 
Meigs, Mrs. Arthur V. 
Meirs, Mrs. Richard Waln 
Miles, Thomas H. 
Miller, Mrs. Benjamin 
Miller, Mrs. E. Clarence 
MiLLviLLE Manufacturing Co. 
Milne, David 
Moore, Mrs. Amory O. 
Moore, Clarence B. 
Morris, Effingham 
Morris, Lawrence J. 
Newbold, Mrs. John S. 
Newton, Mrs. Jewett B. 



Oehrle Brothers Company 
Oliver Kitting Company 
Olsen, Tinius 
Perot, T. Morris, Jr. 
PiTCAiRN, Raymond 
Powers, Thomas Harris 
Price, Eli Kirk 
Prime, Mrs. Alfred Cox 
Proctor and Schwartz 
Provident Life & Trust Co. 
Quaker Lace Company 
Roberts, Mrs. Charles 
Robinson, Anthony Wayne 
Rossmassler, Walter H, 
Ryan, James J. 
Santa Eulalia, Countess of 
ScHOLEs, William & Sons, Inc. 
Schwehn, Harry J, 
Scott, William H. 
Segal, Adolph 
Semple, Miss Helen 
Semple, Mrs. Matthew 
Smith, Mrs. A. Percival 
Smith, Horace Eugene 
Smith, Mrs. Jacqueline H. 
Smith, Lewis Lawrence 
Spink, William 
Sproul, Hon. William C. 
Steel Heddle Manufac. Co. 
Steel, E. T. & Co. 
Stokes, Mrs. Horace 
Sullivan, James J. 

SUPPLEE-WlLLS-JONES MiLK Co. 

SuTRO, Paul E. 
Sykes Brothers, Inc. 
Taft, Elihu B. 
Thayer, Mrs. Sydney 
Thomas, T. Lewis 
Thropp, Mrs. Joseph E. 
Todd, Mrs. Forde Anderson 
ToNNER, Mrs. William T. 
Wagner, Samuel 
Warden, W. G. 
Warner, Langdon 



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Welsh, Francis Ralston 
Wetherill & Brother 
Whitall, Tatum Company 
Williams, David E. 



Wood, Mrs. Charles Martin 
Wood, Walter 
Wright, Mrs. Raymond D. B. 
Wyatt, Mrs. Walter S. 



SUSTAINING MEMBERS 



Atlas Dye Works 
Brooks Brothers Company 
Clothier, Isaac 
Continental Mills, Inc. 
Erben-Harding Company 
Fairmount Park Art 
Association 



Masland, C. H, and Sons, Inc. 
McGuiRK, John J. 
Star and Crescent Company 
Stead-Miller Company 
Wetherill, Mrs, Samuel P. 
Wilson, James & Sons 
Wood, Edward Randolph 



CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS 
Abbott's Alderney Dairies Carstairs, Daniel H. Dixon, Mrs. Samuel G. 

Art Alliance, The Clay, Miss Helen Maud Drexel, Mrs. George W. 



Bains, £. Clay, Mrs. Mary F. R. 

Beck, Charles L. Collins, Alfred M. 

Bishop, Robert P. Collins, Mrs. P. S. 

Blight, Mr. and Mrs. E. Community Finance 

Spencer 
Bloch, Arthur 
Bochmann, F. A. and 

Company, Inc. 
Bromley, Henry S. 
Brown, Landy B. 



Childs 
Earnshaw, George E. 
Eisenlohr, Charles J. 
Filbert, Charles L. 
Fisher, Howard W. 
Fisher, Mrs. Thomas 
Fitzpatrick, A. L. 
Fletcher Works 



Service, Inc. 
Converse, Miss Mary E 
Coral Manufacturing 

Company 
Coxe, Mrs. Henry BrintorFoerderer, Percival E 
Cummings, J. Howell Fox, Miss Hannah 
Browne, Mrs. John Coates Cunningham, Wilfred H. Freund, Rudolph 
Buoy, Mrs. Charles W. Currie, Barton W. 



Burnham, Miss Mary A. Darlington, William M. 



Burpee, Mrs. Frank H. 
Campbell, John J. 



Dearnley, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Degn, William L. 

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Friedberger-Aaron 
Manufacturing Companj 

Gates, Thomas S. 

Gibbs Underwear 
Company 



Gibson, Henry C. 
Gilmour, R. and A, J. 
Goldstein, Leopold 
Gray, Wilfred 
Groome, Mrs. John C. 
Gudebrod, Carl B. 
Hart, Mrs. Charles 

McCurdy 
Harvey, Mrs. John S. C. 
Haslam and Querner 



Markoe, Mrs. John 
Mason, John H., Sr. 
Mellor, Norman 
Mendelssohn Club 
Metasol Company 
Millville Manufacturing 

Company 
Mitchell, Allen R. and 

Sons 



Rinehart's, H. P. Sons, 

Inc. 
Robens, Mrs. Percival 
Robins, Thomas 
Rosenbach Galleries, The 
Rossmassler, Mrs. Richard 
Samuel, Frank 
Sanborn, Edward H. 
Schiedt, J. Henry 
Schmidt, Mrs. Edward A. 



Morris, E. H. 

Henderson, Mrs. Samuel J.Moss Rose Manufacturing Schofield, J. Dobson 
Hiester, Mrs. Isaac Company Seeler, Edgar V. 

Murphy, Edward 

Nassau, Mrs. Charles F. 

Neubauer, Bernard B. 

Newbold, Arthur E., Jr, 

Newbold, Eugene S. 

Oliver, Mrs. L. Stauffer 

Page, Mrs. Louis Rodman Snook, Stover G. 

Parker, Mrs. Alvin A. Snowden, F. Laird 



Hoffman, Benjamin R. 
Holmes, William L. 
Ionic Mills 

Jeanes, Mrs. Isaac W. 
Jeanes, Joseph Y. 
Johnson, Mrs. Edwin J, 
Jones, Frederick T. 
Kelley, John A., Jr. 
Kind, Mrs. Hermine 
Knox, Charles C. 
Lavino, Mrs. E. G. 
Lea, Charles M. 
Legge, Percy A. 
Leighton, Mrs. A. O. 
Lesley, Robert W. 
Levering, Frank D. 
Lewis, Theodore J. 
Ley, Mrs. Harold G. 



Seeler, Mrs. Edgar V. 
Shryock, Miss Genevieve 
Simon, Mrs. Stephen J. 
Sinkler, Wharton 
Smith, Mrs. C. Morton 
Smith, Manning J. 



Parker, Robert B. 
Pearson, Fred and 

Company 
Peterson, Arthur 
Pew, J. Howard 
Phelps, Henry F. 



Sproules, Edward G. 
Stimson, Miss Anna K. 
Stroud, Mrs. Morris W. 
Taylor Brothers 
Trainer, Joseph C. 
Turner, John S. 



Philadelphia Carpet Mills Walther, John F. 



Philadelphia Felt 

Company 
Putt, Frank B. 



Logan Investment Society Quinn, Richard Lewis 
Lotz, William F. Rambo, Joseph S. 

Lowry, Mrs. William C. Read, William F. and 
Ludington, C. Townsend Sons Company 
Ludington, Mrs. C. Reilly, Mrs. John 

Townsend Rhoads, William G. 



Warden, Mrs. 
Clarence A. 
Webb, Andrew S. 
West, Mrs. Isabelle 
Whiteley and Collier 
Wilmsen, Bernard 
Winsor, Mrs. James D. 
Wood, Clement B. 
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Abbott, Miss Gertrude 
Abbott, Yarnall 
Aberle, George F. 
Aberle, H. C. 
Abmeyer, Gustav W. E. 
Achuff, Robert P. 
Acker, Mrs. Finley 
Adaire, Alexander 
Adams, T. Rawlins 
Adamson, Mrs. C. B. 
Addis, Leonard M. 
Adger, Miss William 
Adolph, Albert J. 
Agnew, C. F. 
Albers, Anton P. 
Albrecht, Nicholas 
Alden, E. H. 
Alexander, Benjamin 
Alexander, Miss Delia 
Alexander, Edward T 



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Aspel, Joseph 

Assenheimer, Charles F. 

Astley, Mrs. G. Mason 

Atkinson, J. Powell 

Atkinson, James H. 

Atkinson, Thomas H. 

Audenried, Mrs. Lewis 



Barry, James B. 
Bass, Joseph H. 
Bassett, H. P. 
Bateman, T. H. 
Baton, H. E. 
Baxter, C. C. 
Beach, G. F. 
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Austin, Richard L. 
Ayers, H. H. and A. B. 
Ayres, Henry 
Babbitt, Niles S. 
Bachofer, J. Louis 
Bacon, Albert E. 
Bacon, Mrs. Francis L. 
Baer, B. F., Jr. 
Bahr, A. W. 



Beale, L. T. 
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Beatty, John E. 
Beatty, Lawrence R. 
Beaumont, Charles O. 
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Beck, Mrs. J. B. 
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Baker, A. T. 

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Balderston, Eugene P. 

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Anne, Miss Frances 
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Apex Chemical Company Barker, Walter C 
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Beerwald, Benjamin D. 
Beggs, Lawrence D. 
Behrer, Mrs. Lovey A. 
Beishlag, Mrs. B. E. 
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Hampton 
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Ashman, Mrs. Charles T. Barnett, Harry Newton 



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Benbow, George L. 
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Bennett, Stanley 
Bennett, William A. 
Benson, Mrs. Edwin N., Jr. 
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Benze, C. Theodore 
Berens, Bernard 
Berg, Adolph 
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Bertolet, J. Allen 
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Berwind, Miss J. A. 
Beta Gamma Sigma 

Sorority 
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Biberman, Lewis 
Bickel, Charles E., Sr. 
Bickel, John 



Bonsall, Miss Alice R. 
Bonsall, Rodney T. 
Bonschur, Eleanor T. 
Borden, Mrs. James B. 
Borgenski, Samuel J. 
Borie, Charles L., Jr. 
Bornet, Vaughn T. 
Bortel, Samuel B. 
Borthwick, Ralph C. 
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Biederman, Louis 
Biles, Mrs. George H. 
Biles, W. G. 
Billett, Edward 
Billikoopf, Mrs. Ruth 
Birdsong and Company 
Bishop, Miss Abigail 
Bishop, James C. 
Bishop, Mrs. Philip 
Bjornsgaard, P. L. 
Blabon, Mrs. George C. 
Black, D. Frank 



Bourne, James M. 
Bowen, Samuel S. 
Bower, Mrs. George R. 
Bower, John L. 
Bowers, Mrs. Walter 
Bowman, C. Horace 
Boyd, James 
Boyer, A. J. 

Boyle, Mrs. Samuel A., Jr 
Bracken, Francis B. 
Bradbury, Mrs. Samuel 
Bradley, Mrs. Emma V. 
Bradley, Mrs. John A. 
Brady, Franklin 
Brady, W. T. 
Braley, Miss Elizabeth W. 



Blackburne, Mrs. Ida P. C.Brannen, Alfred J 
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Blakiston, Miss Emma Branson, Mrs. Thomas F. 
Blankenburg, Mrs. Rudolph Braun, William, Jr. 
Blau, Adolf Brazer, Clarence W. 

Blaustein, Louis Brazier, Mrs. H. Bartol 

Blechschmidt, Dorothv C. Bregy, Mrs. Caroline 
Blight, Mrs. William' S. Harrah 
Blitzstein, M. L. and Com-Brehman, A. Balfour 



pany 
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Bolger, T. Howard 



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Brengle, Henry G. 
Brennan, James M. 
Breyer, Henry W. 
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Brigham, Mrs. Marshall 

Henry 
Brill, Mrs. George 
Brindley, Frank C. 
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Brinton, Francis D. 
Brinton, R. L. 
Brock, Mrs. Horace 
Brocklehurst, Harry 



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Brown, Andrew V. 
Brown, Mrs. C. M. 
Brown, Clarence M. 
Brown, Clarence W. 
Brown, Claude P. 
Brown, Coleman P. 
Brown, Dee Carlton 
Brown, F. G. 
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Brown, Mrs. Frederick 
Brown, J. Newlin 
Brown, James Crosby 
Brown, Mrs. John A., Jr. 
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Brown, Walter 
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Brown, Mrs. Wilson H. 
.Browning, Mrs. Edward 
Brucker, Miss A. M. 
Bruen, Miss Catharine A. 
Brumbaugh, G. Edwin 
Brumbaugh, Mrs. G. Edwin 
Bruner, Francis A. 
Brunker, Robert J. 
Bryan, Newman W. 
Buckley, Edward S., Jr. 
Buckley, J. Brooke 
Bullitt, O. H. 
Bullock, Mrs. Horace 
Burger, Eugene Frederic 
Burk Brothers 
Burk, Heriry 
Burke, John F. 
Burkhardt, John, Jr. 
Burkle, John 
Burnham, E. Lewis 
Burnham, Mrs. George, Jr. 
Burnhill Manufacturing 

Company 
Burns, Robert 
Burt, Miss M, Theodora 
Burton, Mrs. Alfred 
Burwell, Frank 
Bush, Miss Theodore 

Philips 
Bushnell, Joseph, Jr. 
Bustos, Enrique 
Butler, Mrs. Charles Noble 
Butler, Mrs. Edgar H. 
Butterworth, Elizabeth W. 



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Button, Mrs. Joseph Chabrow, David Cochrane, Miss Kath. L. 

Priestly Chadwick, Mrs. E. F. Cock, George B. 

Bux, Julius R. Chahoon, Mrs. M. D. Cogan, Thomas E. 

Buzby, Charles E. Owen Cohen, A. J. 

Cadbury, John Warder, Jr.Chamberlain, Mrs. WilliamCohen, Charles J. 
Cadwalader, Mrs. John Chambers, Francis T. Cohen, Leon 

Cadwalader, Mrs. Lambert Chambers, J. Howard Cohen, William 

Cahn, Tillman Chambers, Mrs. J. HowardColeman, Mrs. G. Dawson 

Calder, Mrs. W. C. Chandler, Mrs. George F. Coleman, Philip F. 

Caldwell, Miss Florence F. Chandler, Mrs. Nancy K. Coles, George W. 
Caldwell, J. E. and Com-Channell, Miss Mary A. Coles, Miss Mary Roberts 

pany Chapman, Mrs. Lucia P. Coles, Mrs. Strieker 

Caldwell, Mrs. James Emott Chapman, William R., Jr.Coley, Walter R. 
Caldwell, Mrs. John A. Cheston, Mrs. J. Hamilton Col ket, E. Burton 

Chew, Miss Elizabeth B. Colket, Tristram C, 2nd 



Caldwell, Miss Marjorie 

Tatnall 
Calkins, Frederic H. 
Callahan, Griffin C. 
Camero, Miss Blanche 
Cameron, Samuel 
Cameron, William P. 
Camp, Frank M. 
Camp, Mrs. Frank M. 
Camp, Mrs. George R. 



Chew, Mrs. Oswald 
Chew, Mrs. Samuel 
Chew, Samuel L. 
Chew, William H. 
Chism, Mrs. Harriet W. 
Chism, J. F. 
Chorley, Mrs. Sarah E. 
Christensen, Adolph 
Christian, Edward D. 



Campbell, Mrs. George N. Church, Arthur L. 
Campbell, Mrs. Mason Claflin, Mrs. C. B 
Campbell, Milton 



Campbell, William E. 
Campion, Herbert G. 
Canby, W. Marriott 
Caniield, John M. 
Carmell, Mrs. George 
Carey, John 
Carnwath, James 
Carpenter, J. Fred 
Carpenter, John T. 
Carr, Henry Ashley 
Carre, Frank L. 
Carroll, Louis J. 
Carroll, Peter F. 
Carruthers, H. A. 
Carson, John T. 
Carson, Robert, Sr. 
Carter, Mrs. James 
Newman 



Clapp, Algernon R. 
Clark, C. M. 



CoUings, Mrs. Walter N. 
Collingwood, Miss Jennie 
Collins, James Monroe 
Collins, Patrick J. 
Collins, Mrs. William J. 
Colohan, Mrs. J. B., 3rd 
Colton, Ralph L. 
Comly, Miss Emma 

Ridgway 
Conlen, William J. 
Connor, Edward 
Converse, Mrs. John W. 
Conway, F. P. 



Clark, Mrs. C. Howard, Jr. Conway, Joseph J. 



Clark, E. W., Jr 
Clark, Mrs. E. W., 3rd 
Clark, Herbert L. 
Clark, Mrs. Herbert L. 
Clark, Joseph S. 
Clark, Percy H. 
Clarke, Jacob Orie 
Clarke, James A. 
Clattenburg, A. E. 
Clavan, Harry E. 
Clay, Mrs. Robert C. 
Clay, Thomas W. W. 
Clemence, Victor B. 
Clements, Mrs. Samuel 
M., Jr 



Cook, Gustavus W. 
Cook, Mrs. H. C. 
Cooke, C. B., Sr. 
Cooke, Harry H. 
Coonahan, D. S. 
Cooper, Frank G. 
Cooper, Mrs. Harriet M. 
Cooper, Joseph A. 
Cooper, Stanley 
Cooperberg, Samuel 
Cope, Miss Elizabeth 
Cope, Thomas A. 
Copeland, J. Frank 
Copp, Mrs. Dorothy Evans 
Corbus, Mrs. Frederick G. 



Carter, Mrs. Katherine E. Clothier, Miss Caroline 



Cleveland, Lyman W., Sr. Corcoran, Miss Alice M. 



Carthy, John 
Carty, Andrew T. 
Carver, Mrs. Samuel E. 
Casanave, John H. 
Cassard, Mrs. H. L. 
Cassatt, Robert K. 
Cassel, Joseph K. 
Castner, Samuel, Jr. 
Catherine, Irwin T. 



Clothier, Walter 
Clothier, Mrs. Walter 
Clyde, Miss Margaret 
Clymer, Edward T. 
Coale, T. E. 
Coates, William M. 
Cobbett, Alfred H. 
Cobden, Mrs. A. B. 
Cochran, Miss Eva H. 



Corcoran, Matthew John 
Corin, Magnus F. 
Cornell, H. E. 
Cover, Mrs. Thomas, Jr. 
Cowpenhwait, Charles T. 
Cox, Richard S. 
Coxe, Mrs. E. B. 3rd 
Coxe, Mrs. Whitwell W. 
Craftex Mills, Inc. 
Craig, Mrs. Clark R. 



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Grain, Mrs. Edmund 

Cavileer 
Cramp, Norman W. 
Craven, John H. 
Creighton, Edward B. 
Creighton, Stewart 
Creighton, Thomas, Sr. 
Cret, Paul P. 



Davis, Mrs. Edward 
Davis, George W. 
Davis, Miss Jenness H. 
Davis, Malcolm I. 
Davis, Paul A., 3rd 



Dilks, W. Stewart 
Dilks, Mrs. Walter H. 
Dillon, James L. 
Dingee, Albert N. 
Dingee, Joseph T. 



Davis, Mrs. Robert Hare DiSopra, John 
Davis, Mrs. S. Boyer Disston, William D. 



Dawes, Mrs. Elizabeth 



Crispin, Mrs. Elizabeth S.Dawes, James H 



Crist, Mrs. H. M. 
Crooks, C. Douglass 
Crout, John J. 
Crout, William J. 
Crouthamel, Elvin 
Crowell, F. R. 



Dawson, Thomas and 

Company 
Day, Charles 
Day, Mrs. Charles 
Day, Mrs. Frank Miles 
Dayton, Mrs. S. Grey 



Crowder, Miss Emma A. Deacon, Benjamin 
Crozer, Mrs. Samuel A. Deacon, George H., Sr. 
Crozier, Mrs. David E. Dean, John P. 
Cruice, Miss Margaret deC.Dearnley, Charles E. 
Culin, William D. Deats, E. Richard 

Culver, Theodore B. Decker, Christian F. 

Cummings, Mrs. J. H., Jr.DeGinther, R. G. 
Cummiskey, M. E. Deichler, L. Waller 

Cunningham, Miss AnnetteDeitz, George W. 
Cunningham, Miss Eliza- DeKraflFt, William 

beth Barry DeLaCour, Mrs. J. Carl 

Curran, Charles J. DeLaney, Arthur J. 

Curran, James Delaplaine, Henry 

Curtin, Mrs. William W. Delbert, Simon, Jr. 



Curtis, C. C. 
Curtis, H. E. 
Curtis, Mrs. S. P. 
Custer, Ella B. 
Cutler, Walter P. 
Dale, Edward C. 
Dale, E. Lewis 
Dallam, David English 
Daly, Louis J. 
Daly, Thaddeus M., Jr. 
Damon, Mrs. A. F., Jr. 
Dana, Mrs. Charles E. 
Daniel, John C. 
Daniels, Mrs. Annie M. 
Dannenbaum, Harry M. 



Delbridge, T. G. 
DeLong, Frank E. 
DeLong, Warren B. 
Delta Sigma Theta 

Fraternity 
Denney, J. M. 
Denney, William F. 



Diven, John 
Doak, Samuel E. 
Dobbins, Miss Mary A. 
Dobson, William A. 
Dodd, Harry C. 
Dodge, Mrs. James Mapes 
Doering, Edward J. 
Doerr, F. W. 
Dohan, Mrs. Edith H. 
Dolan, Thomas J. 
Dolbey, Edward P. 
Doll, Miss Josephine 
Donahue, John W. 
Donnelly, Mrs. Anna H. 
Donnelly, James A. 
Dornblum, L 
Dorrance, John T. 
Dorrance, Mrs. John T. 
Dougherty, Francis P. 
Dougherty, Gerald A. 
Dougherty, Thomas 

Harvey, Jr. 
Dougherty, Mrs. Thomas 
Dowler, Charles L. 
Downes, Frederick A. 
Downs, Donald VanLear 
Downs, Mrs. Norton 
Doyle, Thomas J. 
Doyle, William J. 



Dercum, Mrs. Francis X. Draeger, Miss Marie L. 
Desch, P. N. Drain, John W. 

deSt. Phalle, Mrs. FrancoisDrew, Edward G. 



Dever, Joseph P. 
Devereaux, H. S. 
Devlin, Charles A. 
Dewar, A. L., Jr. 
DeWinton, George W. 



Dannenbaum, Herman D. Dexter, C. L. 



Dannenhaur, C. W. 
D'Ascenzo, Nicola 
Davidge, Miss Carrie 
Davids, Richard W. 
Davidson, Louis 
Davidson, William G. 
Davies, George C. 
Davies, Mrs. Sidney M. 
Davis, Alonzo B. 
Davis, Bernard 
Davis, Edward 



Dexter, E. Milton 
Diament, A. L. 



Drew, Groves W. 
Drinker, Henry S. 
Drobile, A. W. 
Drumgoole, Henry T. 
Dryfoos, Solomon 
Duane, Mrs. Russell 
DuBois, Henry C. 
DuBois, Leon A. 



Diament, Mrs. Marion H. Duck, Mrs. Florence L. 



Dibert, Samuel D. 
Dick, Lewis C. 
Dick, Lewis R. 
Dick, Mrs. William A. 
Dickey, Miss Eloise P. 
Dickey, J., Jr. 
Dickson, Arhtur G. 



Dudley, F. A. 
Duer, Mrs. S. Naudain 
Duff, Philip J. 
Duffield, Helen Morris 
Duffield, L. R. 
Dugan, Donald J. 
Duhring, H. Louis 



Diesel, Mrs, Harrison N. Dunlap, E. T. 



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Dunlap, George S. 
Dunlap, Mrs. James A. 
Dunlap, M. Edmunds 
Dunn, Mrs. Houston 
Dunn, Lewis S. 



Ely, VanHorn 
Embery, William 
Embick, George G. 
Emerichs, Joseph M. 
Emery, Benjamin F. 



duPont, Mrs. T. Coleman Emhardt, William H. 
Durant, Mrs. Frederick C.Emlen, George W., Jr. 
Durham, Mrs. J. Edward Emley, W. S. 
Duveen Brothers Emmons, Mrs. Louis C. 

Dyer, Mrs. Irene C. Enburg, John M. C. 

Dykeman, Lester W. Engart, John S. 

Eakins, Elmer E. Engelhardt, C. S. Ruth 

Earle, Mrs. George H., Jr.Englereth, Louis D. 
Earle, Mrs. Edgar P. English, Mrs. F. W. 

East, J. E. Eppler, Elmer D. 

Easterbroook, William Erben, George Kester 



Erdman, W. Kenney 
Ernst, Mrs. C. A. 
Ernst, William, Jr. 



Eberle, J. Frederick, Jr. 

Eckels, Howard S. 

Eckard, J. Milton 

Eckert, Mrs. Samuel 

Edmonds, Franklin Spencer Ersner, Matthew S 

Edmonds, Mrs. Franklin Espen, Edward 

Spencer 
Edmonds, George W. 
Edmonds, Samuel C. 
Edmunds, Franklin D. 
Edsall, Mrs. William A 
Eichholz, A. 
Eichler, Anton 
Eichmann, Miss L. M. 
Eiman, John 



Faunce, John H. 

Fawley, James L. 

Fearon, Charles 

Feeley, William A. 

Feigenbaum, Harry 

Feiman, M. 

Feldman, Jacob B. 

Felici, Garibaldi 

Felin, Charles F. 

Felix, Max 

Felix, Mrs. Samuel P. 

Fell, Arthur D. 

Fell, David N., Jr. 

Fels, Maurice 

Fels, Mrs. S. S. 

Felton, Mrs. Edgar C, Jr. 

Felton, Frank P., Jr. 

Felton, J. Sibley 

Fenner, James T. 



Erskine, Mrs. Elizabeth H.Fenninger, Mrs. Eleanor S, 
Ferguson, Mrs. Bassett 



Espen, Miss Florence H. 
Espen, Mrs. Frank 
Espen, Miss Sophie 
Esslinger, John G. 



Fernberg, Charles E. 
Fetterolf, Horace G. 
Feuerstein, J. B. 
Field, Mrs. William M. 
Fielding, Miss Edna 



Ettwing, Mrs. Emlen Pope Finckel, Conyers Button 



Eisele, Gustav F. 
Eisele, Louis F. 
Eiseman, John S. 
Eisenhardt, W. G. 
Eissler, Miss Louise 
Elfreth, Caleb, Jr. 
Elias, Joseph 
Elliot, T. Mitchell 
Elliot, Mrs. R. M. 
Elliott, Harry C. 
Elliott, W. Clare 
Ellis, Daniel H. 
Ellis, Maxwell 
Ellis, Thomas S. 
Ellis, William S. 
Ellis, William Shewel! 
Ellison, Mrs. Henry H. 
Ellison, T. 
Elmaleh, Leon H. 
Elsasser, George A., Jr. 
Elwood, Everett S. 
Ely, Miss Anna W. 
Ely, Miss Gertrude 
Ely, Robert B. 



Eubank, John P 
Evans, Charles 
Evans, G. Gerald 
Evans, George B. 
Evans, George L. 
Evans, Mrs. James D. 
Evans, Ralph B. 
Evans, W. 
Evers, Thomas W. 
Ewing, Miss Cornelia L. 
Exhibitor, The 
Eyre, Miss Louisa 
Eyre, Lester E. 
Eyre, T. L. 
Eyre, Wilson 



Fagan, Miss Emma LowryFisler, John 



Finckel, Miss Eliza R. 
Fine, William Middleton 
Finkenauer, Frederick J. 
Firth, Mrs. S. M. Livezey 
Firth, Thomas T. 
Fischer, Miss Frances L. 
Fisher, George H. 
Fisher, H. Gilman 
Fisher, Harry S. 
Fisher, Hon. John S. 
Fisher, Lewis 
Fisher, Miss Lila 
Fisher, Miss Maud 
Fisher, Nevin F. 
Fisher, William Righter 



Fagan, Mrs. H. B. 
Fahy, Walter T. 
Fairchild, Samuel E., Jr. 
Faires, Elizabeth- 
Falck, Fred M. 
Fallon, Christopher 
Fallon, Mrs. K. D. 
Falls, Mrs. Samuel 
Farbstein, Joseph 
Farina, Pasquale 
Farnum, G. L. 
Farr, Daniel H. 



Fitzgerald, Thomas M. 
Fitzmaurice, William J. 
Flagg, George 
Flagg, Mrs. Stanley G., Jr. 
Flanagan, Andrew, Jr. 
Flanagan, Thomas J. 
Flanigan, Miss Jessy 
Flavell, Mrs. George J. 
Fleck, John G. 
Fleck, William C. 
Fleischmann, Mrs. Reese 
M. 



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Fleisher, Alfred W. 
Fleisher, David T. 
Fleisher, Arthur A. 
Fleisher, Edwin A. 
Fleisher, Miss Helen 
Fleisher, Henry H. 
Fleisher, Mrs. S. B. 
Fleisher, S. S. 
Fleisher, Walter A. 
Flint, George 
Florey, James, Jr. 
Fogerty, William J. 
Fogg, Miss Helen M. 
Folz, Stanley 
Forbes, Roger Sawyer 
Ford, Mrs. Frank J. 
Ford, John J. 
Ford, Stephen M. 
Forrest Knitting Mills 
Forstner, David P. 
Forsythe, Mrs. William 
Fortner, Nelson 
Foster, Frank B. 
Foster, Mrs. Frank B. 
Foulke, Hazel M. 
Foulkrod, W. W., Jr. 



Fritsche, Mrs. John 
Fritz, Jacob A. 
Frizzell, Charles F. 
Froelicher, Francis M. 
Fry, James W. 
Fry, Wilfred 
Fry, William W. 
Fryer, Theodore B. 
Fuller, Walter D. 
Fulmor, Miss Estelle 
Funk, Nevin E., Jr. 
Fussell, Robert 
Gailey, Robert J. 
Galbraith, G. S. 
Galey, William T., Jr. 
Gallaudet, John C. 
Galloway, Walter B. 
Gamble, Clarence James 
Gamson, Edward 
Gansman, Harry 
Garnier, Miss M. J. 
Garrett, Alfred C. 
Garrett, Mrs. Philip C. 
Gaskill, Miss Margaret 
Gatter, Charles L. 
Gaudiosi, Carmine 



Fox, Mrs. Alexander F., Jr.GaufF, John P 

Fox, Miss Helen A. Gault, Edwin Sartain 



France, Edward W. 
Francis, Vida Hunt 
Franck, Charles F. 
Frankel, Armin A. 
Frankenfield, S. L. 
Franklin Sweater Mills 
Frazer, Harry B. 
Frazier, Mrs. Benjamin 

West 
Frazier, Mrs. George H 
Fredette, Miss Marie 

Freed, Mrs. Elizabeth C. Gest, William P. 
Freedman, Joseph Geuther, H. Walter 

Freeman, Addison B. Ghadiali, Dinshah 

Freeman, Mrs. Frank A. Giambalvo, G. P. 
Freeman, Richard J. Gibb, Miss Ida 

Freeman, Mrs. Walter J. Gibb, Thomas B. 
Freihofer, Charles Gibbons, Lewis W. 

French, Charles C. Gibbs, George 

French, J. Hansell Gibney, P. J. 

French, Mrs. Thomas E. Gibson, Mrs. John H 



Gayley, Miss Gwendolyn 
Gayley, Samuel M. 
Gebert, William C. 
Geiger, Lewis P., Jr. 
Gemberling, J. B. 
Genth, Mrs. F. A. 
Geschick, Emile H. 
Gessner, Howard R. 
Gest, John Marshall 
Gest, Mrs. John Marshall 
Gest, Miss Lillian 



Fretz, S. S 

Frick, Charles E. 

Frick, Charles G. 

Fridenberg, Solomon Louis Gilbert, Mrs. Sadie 

Friedman, Lionel Gilkes, Mrs. Viola 

Friends' Selea School Gill, Mrs. Charles D 



Gibson, Miss Lillie 
Gibson, Miss Mary K. 
Gideon, George D. 



Gill, Mrs. Ephriam 
Tomlinson 

Gill, John D. 

Gillespie, Mrs. K. E. 

Gillespie, Miss Kate S. 

Gillingham, Harrold E. 

Gillingham, Mrs. Harrold 
E. 

Gimbel Brothers 

Gimbel, Mrs. Benedict 

Gimbel, Daniel 

Girvin, John H. 

Glanz, Charles L. 

Glaser, Louis 

Gleason, John P. 

Glendinning, Robert 

Glover, Mrs. C. L 

Glover, Miss Deborah 

Gobler, Joseph 

Godfrey, Francis V. 

Goetz, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Harlow 

Goldberg, Samuel A. 

Goldberg, Thomas J. 

Golder, Mandes 

Goldner, Frank C. 

Goldsmith, Mrs. Simon 

Goldstein, Louis 

Goldstein, Samuel 

Goodin, Charles Ellis 

Goodman, Mrs. C. E. 

Goodman, Mrs. E. H. 

Goodman, William E., Jr. 
Goodwin, Miss Margaret S. 
Gosling, Mrs. Adolph 
Gossler, Mrs. George E. 
Gould, Mrs. M. D. 
Graff, Mrs. L. G. 
Graham, John, Jr. 
Graham, Martin J. 
Graham, W. F. 
Graham, Warren C. 
Graitcer, Samuel 
Gravenstein, George T. 
Graves, R. B. 
Gray, George M. 
Gray, Robert C. 
Gray, Robert L. 
Gray, William F. 
Grayson, Charles Prevost 
Grayson, Mrs. Walter M. 
Green, Mrs. Charles D. 
Green, Edgar Lee 
Green, Mrs. Raymond 
Greenberg, Joseph J. 



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Greene, Stephen Company Hamburger, Nathan 
Greenfield, Mrs. Albert M.Hamill, Mrs. John B. 
Greenwell, Mrs. John Hamilton, George L. 



Haughton, Richard S. 

Hausser, C. A. 

Haviland, Walter W. 
Hamilton, H. A. Hawke, Mrs. W. W. 

Hamilton, Mrs. James M. Hawks, Edward 
Hammeke, Herbert Haxton, Mrs. Samuel F. 

Hancock, Mrs. F. WoodsonHays, Miss Armie Bradford 
Hancock, Miss Mabel Hayward, Nathan 



Greenwood, Richard 

Grelis, John J. 

Gribbel, W. Griffin 

Griest, Mrs. Thomas H. 

Griffin, Mrs. T. H. 

Griffith, Andrew 

Griffith, G. S., Jr. 

Griffith, Mrs. J. P. CrozerHannigan, Joseph J. 

Griffith, William Oglesby Hanny, W. 

Grinrod, Irvin S. Hansche, Miss Maude B. Heard, W. H. 

Griscom, Mrs. Edgar De W.Hanson, Mrs. Edward H. Hearn, Mrs. William P, 



Hand, Miss Helen G. 
Hankins, Hobart 



Hayward, Mrs. Nathan 
Hazard, Spencer P. 
Hazelhurst, Mrs. Francis 
Healy, Francis J. 



Griscom, Rodman E. 
Griscom, William B. 
Groff, Henry C. 
Groome, D. M. 
Groome, John C. 
Gross, Charles 
Grossman, Walter 
Grove, S. Felton 
Grubb, Edward J. 
Gniber, Charles F. 
Gruver, E. A. 
Gucker, F. T. 
Guckes, Philip E. 
Guckes, Raymond M. 
Guetter, Julius 
Gummey, Frank B. 
Gunkle, Earle B. 



Harcum, Mrs. Marvin Heck, John A. 
Hardenbrook, Charles E. Heckman, Rodman 
Harding, Mrs. Charles B. Heckscher, Steven 
Harding, Mrs. L. M. Heebner, Mrs. Samuel Y. 

Hardock, Benjamin Heermarm, Miss Harriet A. 

Hardt, Frank M. Hefferman, Joseph A. 

Hare, Mrs. Horace BinneyHeineberg, Mrs. Alfred 



Harkin, Edward I. 
Harlin, Miss Luella 
Harlow, George W. 
Harman, W. H. 
Harper, Clarence L. 
Harrington, M. H. 
Harris, David W. 
Harris, Edward Monroe 
Harris, John G. 
Harris, Percival vanR. 



Gunthrop, Mrs. William P.Harris, Mrs. Stanton 
Gutekunst, William J. Harris, W. J. 



Gutman, E. 
Hacker, Caspar W. 
Hackett, George E. 
Hackett, H. Berkeley 
Hackett, Harry W. 
Hadley, Mrs. M. B. 



Harris, Walter C. 
Harris, William 



Heir, James 

Heisler, John Clement 

Heist, George 

Heite, Miriam M. 

Heller and Merz Company 

Hemphill and Company, 

Inc. 
Henderson, Mrs. George 

M. 
Henderson, John J. 
Henderson, Miss Maude 
Henle, Mrs. Eugene 
Henon, J. Paul, Jr. 
Henry, Albert 



Haehnlen, Mrs. Walter L.Harron, Joseph A 

Haines, Mrs. Howard L. Hart, Charles P. 

Haines, William A. 

Hainlen, G. 

Hall, Clarence A. 

Hall, Mrs. Leslie A. 

Hall, Miss Mabel Bruce Harvey, Calvin 

Hall, Usher A. Harzenstein, A. S. 

Hall, William J. Haskins, Mrs. Harold 

Hallahan, Mrs. Charles E.Haslem, Miss Elizabeth 



Harrison, Mrs. Harry W. Henry, Mrs. Bayard 
Harrison, Mrs. John, Jr. Henry, George W., Jr. 
Harrison, Mrs. Theodore Henry, James P. 
Harrity, Mrs. William F. Henry, Mrs. Snowden 

Henry, Thomas and Sons, 
Henry, Mrs. Thomas 
Hart, Ralph L. Charlton 

Hartley, Harriet L. Hensel, Mrs. E. Caven 

Hartley, Mrs. Martin E., Jr.Henson, Edward F. 



Hart\ing, Francis C. 



Halligan, Robert S. 
Halpen, Miss Sara 
Halpin, Mrs. G. H. 
Halstead, Mrs. David 
Halter, Mrs. E. T. 
Halton, Thomas H., Sr. 



Hassler, Daniel E. 
Hastings, John V. 
Hastings, Mrs. John V. 
Hatch, Ernest B. 
Hathaway, H. W. 
Hauck, A. L. 



Henson, Frank M. 
Hepworth, John M. 
Herbert, Mrs. E. Ziegler 
Herbert, Walter G. 
Hering, W. E. 
Herrick, Cheeseman 
Herring, Miss Louise C. 
Herrmann, W. F. 
Herron, Christopher C. 
Hervey, Mrs. Jas. Bertram 
Hess, Frederick Lee 



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Hesse, Mrs. William C. 
Hetherington, Mrs. A. G. 
Hetzell, Charles G. 
Hewish, Alfred 
Hewitt, F. L. 
Heyl, Mrs. Robert C. 
Heyl, William E. 
Heymann, Joseph C. 
Heyward, Mrs. R. B. 
Hibbs, Shelton A. 
Hickey, Mrs. Stefano 
Hickman, Charles D. 
Hiergesell, Valentine 
Hiestand, Joseph D. 



Hortsmatm, Mrs. Wm. H.James, William F. 



Houston, Mrs. S. F. 
Howard, Almern C. 
Howard, Mrs. Edgar B. 
Howard, Frank 
Howard-Smith, R. 
Howe, Charlton V. 
Howe, George 
Howe, Miss Margaret M. 
Howe, Paul D 



Jameson, Norman L. 

Jamison, Mrs. B. K., Jr. 

Janney, Walter C. 

Jaimey, Mrs. Walter C. 

Jardella, Jermone B., Jr 

Jarden, Miss Margaret 

Jeanes, Mrs. Henry S. 

Jeffries, Mrs. Norman 
Howell,' Mrs.^Charles H. Jeffries, Elwood C. 
Howell, Cooper Jeiferson, Harry 



Howell, Edward I. H. 
Howell, Frederick W. 



Highley, Mrs. George N. Howell, Stacy B. 
Hill, George H., Jr. Howson, Henry 

Hilleary, E. D. Hoyt, Mrs. E. C. 

Hilsee, David E. Huey, Arthur B. 

Hinchman, Mrs. Charles S.Hughes, Miss Esther M 
Hiney, Miss Elsie I. Humphreys, John C. 

Hipps, Elmer W. 

Hires, Mrs. Charles E. Huneker, John F. 
Hires, Mrs. Charles E., Jr.Hunn, William R 



Jellett, Stewart A. 
Jenkins, G. Chapin 
Jenkinson, J. Frederick 
Jennings, Miss Annie B. 
Jennings, Joseph M. 
Jennings, William J., Sr, 
Jerrehian, Aram K. 
Johnson, Alba B. 
Humrichouse, J. Minford Johnson, Mrs. George 
~ Donald 



Hirsch, Jacob 
Hirst, Richard 
Hiser, W. J., Jr. 
Hitchner, B. G. 
Hodge, Mrs. Carroll 
Hodge, Mrs. Thomas 

Leiper 
Hoey, Francis P. 
Hoffman, Mrs. C. F. 
Hoffman, Frederick W. 



Hunsicker, Clayton M. 
Hunter, T. Comly 
Hurd, Mrs. Walter E. 
Hurlburt, Mrs. F. B. 
Hurlick, Miss Susan G. 
Hutchinson, Mrs. J. B. 
Hutchinson, Miss M. H 
Hutchinson, Mrs. S. 

Pemberton 
Hutchinson, Mrs. Sydney E. jones, H. H 
Jones,' H. W. 



Johnson, J. Augustus 
Johnson, Paul S. L. 
Johnson, Reeves K. 
Johnson, William Keating 
Joiner, Franklin 
Jones, Bertram H. W. 
Jones, Mrs. C. Sharpiess 
Jones, Mrs. Clara W. 
Jones, Frederick 
Jones, G. H. 



Hoffman, Mrs. J. Ogden Hutchinson, J. C. 
Hofheimer, S. D. Ideal Shoe Company 

Hogg, J. Renwick Illingworth, T. W. 

Hogg, Mrs. J. Renwick Illman, Miss Adelaide 
Hogue, Mrs. Robert M. lUoway, Bernard A. 
Holahan, Miss F. Marion Indahl, M. C 



Jones, Horace C. 
Jones, Livingston E. 
Jones, Luther R. 
Jones, Mrs. Mary C. 



Hollar, Mrs. WiUiam H. Ingersoll, Mrs. Charles E. Jones, Rufus M. 



Hollingsworth, Mrs. John Ingersoll, G. 

Holmes, Joshua M. Ingham, Miss Mary H. 



Innes, William T 
Ireland, C. Raymond 
Iseminger, John 
Isen, Nathan D. 
Jackson, Albert A. 



Holmes, William T. 

Hood, Mrs. George G. 

Hood, Wesley Russell 

Hookey, Charles F. 

Hoopes, Edward 

Hopkinson, Edward 

Hopkinson, Edward, Jr. 

Hopper, H. B. 

Hopper, Mrs. Harry S. 

Hopper, Miss Marie Louise Jacobs, Mrs. John 

Horn, Franklin S. Jacobs, Reuben 

Horn, William Jacoby, J. F., Jr. 

Horner, Mrs. Dorothy S. Jaeger, William 

Horner, Samuel, Jr. Jaffe, Maurice 



Jones, Thomas E. 
Jones, William J., Jr. 
Jordan, Augustus W. 
Joseph, Marguerite 
Josephs, Jean 
Judson, Arthur 
Judson, Mrs. Charles F. 



Jackson, Mrs. Albert Atleejump, George W 



Jackson, Ellis 
Jackson, W. E. 
Jackson, W. T. 



Justice, C. G. and Com- 
pany 
Justice, Marlon T. 
Kaelker, Richard 
Kaeser, Charles W. 
Kaier, Mrs. Emma 
Kairer, Miss Margaret G. 
Kamholz, Henry 



Horstmann, I. J. James, Mrs. John Edwin Kantz, John B. 

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Karcher and Rehm Com- Ketterlinus, J. Louis 

pany Keterlinus, Mrs. J. Louis 

Karr, Joseph Keyser, George W, 

Kase, Mrs. Daniel Beaver Kieferle, Mrs. Charles J. 



Kase, Edmund 
Kaskey, A. J. 
Katz, Maurice B. 
Kauffman, Anna C. 
Kaufman, A. Spencer 
Kaufman, Frank M. 
Kaufman, Isadore 
Kearney, Richard J. 



Kieffer, George C. 
Killhour, W. F., Jr. 
Kimber, Mrs. T. W. 
Kind, Morris 
Kind, Mrs. Paul A. 
Kindig, Mrs. Bertha 
King, Mrs. Joseph B. 
King, Lewis 



Keator, Mrs. John FrisbeeKing, Miss Lydia E. 



Keen, Miss Florence 
Keen, Harold Perot 
Keen, Harry R. 
Keiser, Elmer E. 
Keister, Mrs. Annie R. 



Kirk, Stuart L. 
Kirkbride, Miss Elizabeth 

B. 
Kister, H. LeRoy 
Klapp, Mrs. E. J. 



Keller, Charles Frederick Klapp, Wilbur Paddock 



Keller, F. E. 
Keller, Joseph S., Sr. 
Kelly, Richard F. 
Kelsey, Mrs. Albert 

Warren 
Kemp, Charles G. 
Kendall, Miss Aimee E. 
Kendig, Miss Miriam 
Kendrick, T. Frank 
Kendrick, Hon. W. 

Freeland 



Klauder, Miss Elfrida M. 
Klein, Max D. 
Kleiner, Herman J. 
Kneedler and Company 
Knowles, Archibald C. 
Knowles, Frank Crozer 
Knowles, Nathaniel 
Knox, Henry 
Knox, Mrs. Samuel M. 
Knup, Jacob 
Koch, Abe 



Kennedy, Mrs. A. AtwaterKoch, Mrs. George M. 



Kennedy, J. N. 
Kennedy, Miss Marie 

Ernst 
Kent, Mrs. A. Atwater 
Kent, George R. 
Kenworthy, Frank L. 



Koch, Mrs. Thomas J. 
Koelle, W. F. 
Koenes, Henry E. 
Kohn, Bernard 
Kohn, Harry E. 
Kohn, Mrs. Harry E. 



Kenworthy, Mrs. Frank L.Kohn, Irving 



Keogh, John W. 
Keon, T. Harris 
Kephart, Mrs. Ida M. 
Kerle, Jules A. 
Kern, Harry R. 
Kerns, Richard A. 
Kerns, Samuel P. 



Kohn, Mrs. Isadore 
Kommer, John T. 
Kramer, Mrs. George 
Kridel, Miss Martha 
Kreier, George J. 
Krum, Albert C, Jr. 
Kuemmerle, Gustave A. 



Kerr, James H. and Sons Kuhn, C. Hartman 
Kerr, Mrs. Virginia E. Kunkel, James E. 



Kerr, William M. 
Kerrigan, Joseph P. 
Kershaw, Fred 
Kershaw, William 
Kerstine, Mrs. Harry E. 
Ketcham, Howard 
Ketcham, O. W. 
Ketterer, Gustav 



Kurth, Miss Rena 
LaBoiteaux. Mrs. Isaac 
LaGrossa, Charles P. 
Laird, Warren P. 
Lakey, Mrs. Arthur B. 
Lamb, Mrs. A. R. 
Lamb, Mrs. Joseph 
Lamb, Mrs. W. H. 



Lammertz, Louis E. 
Langston, Samuel M. 
Lanin, Howard 
Large, Mrs. James 
Largman, Harry 
Larmour, Alexander 
Earner, Chester W. 
Larrimer, J. P. 
Larzelere, Mrs. Walter D. 
Laschenski, Sigmund J. 
Latimer, Robert L. 
Lauer, Conard M. 
Laughlin, Mrs. A. L. 
Launer, Clarence A. 
Lautenbach, Mrs. A. P. 

Warren 
Lavell, E. F. 
Lavino, Mrs. Edward J. 
LaWall, Charles H. 
Laws, Mrs. Harry A. 
Lawson, Mrs. Agatha 

Jones 
Lea, Mrs. Arthur H. 
Lea, Miss Elizabeth J. 
Lea, Francis C. 
Lea, Langdon 
Lea, Van Antwerp 
Leach, Miss May A. 
Leaf, Mrs. E. Bowman 
League, Mrs. H. M. 
Lear, John B. 
Leas, Miss Mabel Alice 
Ledwith, W. L. 
Lee, Alfred 
Lee, Alfred, 3rd 
Lee, Mrs. Edmund J, 
Lee, Mrs. Elisha 
Lee, W. H. 
Lee, William E. 
Leech, David M. 
Leedom, John 
Leeds, Arthur N. 
LeFever, C. W. 
Lefton, Al Paul 
Legge, Henry C. 
Leidy, Mrs. Joseph 
Leinroth, Robert G. 
Leiper, George Melville 
Lennon, J. S. 
Leonard, J. B. 
Leonard, Reuben M. 
Leonard, William A. 
Leopold, Harry S. 
Lesley, Mrs. Robert W. 
Leslie, John W. 



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Lester, Joseph C. 
Leupold, Francis C. 
Levi, L Valentine 
Levin, Alan 
Levin, Oscar 
Levin, Samuel H. 
Levis, Mrs. Frederick H. 
Levy, Albert 
Levy, Alexander S. 
Levy, Fabian F. 
Levy, Howard S. 
Levy, Laurance B. 
Levy, Lionel T. 
Lewis, Anna Shippen 
Lewis, Anna V. 
Lewis, Clarence J. 
Lewis, Edwin O. 
Lewis, Miss Eleanor 
Lewis, Mrs. Francis A. 
Lewis, Francis D. 



Lippincott, G. A. 
Lippincott, J. Bertram 
Lippincott, Paul S., Jr. 
Lipshutz, Charles 
Lister, J. Morgan 
Lit, S. D. 
Liversidge, Mrs. H. P. 



Lukens, Mrs. Lewis N., Jr. 
Lukens, Robert M. 
Lunkenheimer, Mrs. John 
Lynch, M. Joseph 
Lynch, Marshall S. 
Lyng, Edward P. 
Lyon, Abraham 



Lloyd, Mrs. Horatio Gates Lyon, Edward B. 



Lloyd, Malcolm, Jr. 
Lobb, George R. 
Lock, John R. 
Lock, William 
Loeb, Mrs. Adolf 
Loeb, Armand G. 
Loeb, Miss Elinor C. 
Loeb, Mrs. Herman 
Loeb, Howard A. 
Loeb, Ludwig 
Loeb, Miss Marguerite 
Loeliger, O. G. 



Lewis, Miss Isabel Jenkins Loewenberg, Samuel A. 



Lewis, John Frederick 
Lewis, L. R. 
Lewis, Lucy 
Lewis, Margaret C. 
Lewis, Mrs. O. G. L. 
Lewis, Mrs. Theodore J. 
Lewis, Wilfred 
Lex, Mrs. William H. 
Leyshon, William C. 
Liang, Shih-Cheng 
Lichtenberger, James B. 
Lichtenstein, Mayer 
Lichtenstein, Milton 
Lieberman, Alex 
Lieberman, George B. 
Lieberman, Moses 
Liedholm, M, W. 
Lifter, Mrs. Joseph J. 
Ligget, Mrs. Howard B., 

Ligget, Mrs. Howard B. 



Logan, Miss Mary E, 
Logan, William H. 
Lohmann, Mrs. Alfred 
Lonergan, John E. 
Long, Charles Henry 
Longenecker, C. B. 
Longshore, William A. 
Longstreet, R. C. 
Longstreth, Mrs. Chas. 



Lyons, Anna 

Mabie, Walter C. 

MacDonald, Andrew 

MacFarland, Mrs. Frank- 
lin H. 

MacGregor, Miss Helen 

Mack, Joseph, 2nd 

Mackay, Gordon 

Mackenzie, George W. 

MacKenzie, J. B. 

Mackey, Mrs. Harry A. 

MacLennon, A. Gordon 

Macmeney, Miss L 

MacMullen, William J. 

MacNeill, Mrs. Henry 
P. Madeira, Mrs. Campbell 

Madeira, Mrs. Louis, 3rd 

Madeira, Mrs. Louis C. 

Madeira, Feicy C. 

Maeder, Henry G. 

Magee, George W. 
A.Magee, Henry C. 



Longstreth, William W. 

Lonker, L 

Lorber, Charles 

Losse, Louis H. 

Lothrop, Eben W 

Loucheim, Mrs. Joseph A.Mallon, Joseph 

Louchheim, Stuarte Mallon, Thomas J, 

Louchheim, Mrs. William Malone, Edwin B. 



Magee, Mrs. Henry I. 
Magee, James F., Jr. 
Maier, F. Hurst 
Makler, Jacob S. 
Malakoflf, Mrs. Ida Vera 



Lough, George A. 
Loughran, Edward P. 
Lounsbery, J. 
Loux, H. R. 



Ligget, Miss Jane Stewart Loux, Miss Susanna 



Liggett, Thomas, Jr 
Lillie, Mrs. S. Morris 
Lin, Miss Phyllis W. Y, 
Lincoln, H. B., Jr. 
Lincoln, Joseph C. 
Lindley, George 
Lindsay, Hyde and Co. 
Lingelbach, Miss Anna 
Link, Miss Harriet J. 
Linn, Mrs. William B. 
Linville, Walter E. 
Lippincott, Miss Anna 



Lovatt, Dorothy 

Love, Julius D. 
, Lovell, J. Barlow 

Loveman, Herbert S. 

Lovett, Louise D. 

Lowber, Miss Emma W. 

Lowber, Mrs. Henry S. 

Lowery, Sylvester A. 

Loxley, Charles Evans 

Lucas, Mrs. H. Spencer 

Ludlow, Benjamin H. 
E.Lueders, Kenneth S. 



Malone, Watson 
Maloney, Earle F. 
Maloy, Mrs. Elsie D. 
Manges, Willis F. 
Manning, William McD. 
Manwaring, A. H. 
March, John H. 
Margerum, Miss Bess 
Marini, Aurelio 
Maris, Herbert 
Mark, Frederick W. 
Markland, George L., Jr. 
Marks, Albert S. 
Maron, Alfred C. 
Marquetand, Theodore 
Marshall, Mrs. George 
Morley 



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Marshall, Mrs. Mary E. 
Martin, Carl Neidhard 
Martin, Mrs. D. C. 
Martin, David B. 
Martin, James L. 
Martin, Mrs. J. Willis 
Masland, J. Wesley 
Mason, Edward F. 
Mason, William Clark 
Mason, Mrs. Wm. Clark 
Massey, Frank H. 
Massey, Maurice B. 
Massiah, Frederick 
Masters, Miss Margaret T 
Mathers, Frank F. 
Mathers, Mrs. Frank F. 
Mathews, Abel J. 
Mathews, Miss Grace E. 
Mathews, W. C. C. 
Matthews, Allen M. 
Mathewson, Robert J. 
Maule, Miss Margaret C. 
Maulsby, Miss Matilda 
Maxwell, C. J. 
Maxwell, Mrs. John R. 
Mayburry, Miss Dorothy 
Mayer, Robert 
Mayor, Charles A. 
McAbee, Mrs. G. R. 
McAdoo, Mrs. Henry M. 
McCahan, Mrs. Thomas C 
McCall, Richard 
McCann, John Edward 
McCarthy, Miss Edith 
McCarthy, Henry A. 
McCarthy, J. A., Sr. 
McCarthy, Joseph F. 
McCaughey, Harry M. 
McCausland, William A. 
McClatchy, John H. 
McCloskey, John J. 
McCloskey, Matthew H. 
McCIoud, Charles M. 
McCoUin, James G. 
McConnell, Miss Mary 
McCook, Walter 
McCown, Frank C, Jr. 
McCoy, Mrs. George L. 
McCracken, Mrs. Robt. T. 
McCrea, W. A. 
McCreary, Mrs. George D. 
McCrudden, Daniel 
McCullough, Francis J. 
McCully, John E. 



McDevitt, J. J. 
McDonald, Joseph A. 
McDougald, John 
McDowell, Charles 
McDowell, Samuel 
McFadden, Mrs. Barclay 
McFadden, J. Franklin 
McFarland, Mrs. Sarah 
McGarvey, James A. 
McGettigan, Daniel I. 
McGill, Mary E. 
McGowin, Andrew C. 
McGowin, Mrs. R. S. 
McGrath, Louis J. 
McHugh, John P. 
Mcllhenny, Mrs. Francis S 
Mcllhenny, Miss Selina B 
Mcllroy, Albert D. C. 
Mcllvain, Mrs. Charles J., 

Jr. 
Mclnnes, Mrs. Walter S. 
Mclntire, A. Reed 
Mclntyre, Mrs. William T. 
McKaig, Edgar S. 
McKean, Thomas 
McKechney, W. G. 
McKee, James H. 
McKeehan, Mrs. C. 

Watson 
McLellan, Ralph 
.McMahon, John G. 
McMichael, Mrs. Clayton 
McMichael, Emory 
McMillan, Mrs. Leighton 

G. 
McNeal, Mrs. A. H. 
McNichol, Mrs. Thos. F. 
McOwen, Mrs. Frederick 
McVitty, Albert E. 
Mead, Arthur B. 
Meadowcroft, E. 
Mealey, John P. 
Meats, Mrs. Frederick 
Medary, M. B., Jr. 
Meehan, Miss Ellen F. 
Megargee, Mrs. George M. 
Meisner, Ernest W. 
Melrath, Earle B. 
Menzen, F. Paul 
Mercer, Warren C. 
Mertz, Mrs. John W. 
Mertz, Oscar E. 
Mertz, Mrs. Oscar E. 
Metcalf, F. R. 



MeyerhofiF, Moe L. 
Meyers, Clarence L. 
Michell, Fred J., Sr. 
Mickel, Mrs. Robert T. 
Middleton, Allen C. 
Middleton, Mrs. C. 

Wilmer 
Milione, Louis 
Miller, Mrs. Archer 
Miller, Charles R. 
Miller, E. Spencer 
Miller, George 
Miller, J. Eldredge 
Miller, Walter P. Co., 

Inc. 
.Mills, Thomas 
Milne, Mrs. Caleb J., Jr. 
Milne, Francis F., Jr. 
Milne, Mrs. Norman F. 
Mink, George W., Jr. 
Mitchell, Charles D. 
Mitchell, George W. 
Mitchell, Henry F. 
Moeser, Frank 
Montgomery, R. L. 
Montgomery, Mrs. Robert 

J. 
Montgomery, Mrs. T. L. 
Montgomery, W. W., Jr. 
Moody, Mrs. Carlton M. 
Moody, Mrs. Lewis F. 
Moore, Mrs. Charles J. 
Moore, Edgar B. 
Moore, Mrs. H. McKnight 
Moore, Philip H. 
Moorhouse, Mrs. H. 

Wilson 
Moosberger, Fred 
Morford, W. B. 
Morgan, C. W. 
Morgan, Mrs. John B. 
Morganthaler Brothers 
Morrell, Richard B. 
Morris, Mrs. A. Saunders 
Morris, Miss Ellen 
Morris, Mrs. Henry, Jr. 
Morris, Henry S. 
Morris, L Wistar 
Morris, Mrs. P. Hollings- 

worth 
Morrison, Mrs. Emily 

Bacon 
Mortimer, S. H. 
Mortimoore, Mrs, Charles 



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Morton, Mrs. Arthur V. 
Moss, Frank H. 
Mostertz, Fred W. 
Mudge, Lewis Seymour 
Muir, Robert L. 
MuUin, Arthur 
Munson, George S. 
Murphy, Miss Helen B. 
Murphy, Eugene 
Murphy, Mrs. John A. 
Murphy, Thomas E. 
Murphy, Timothy A. 
Myers, Miss Rhoda 
Nadelman, Madame Elie 
Nail, I. Walter 
Napier, Mrs. Arthur 
Nash, James 
Natt, Miss Josephine 
Neal, Logan W. 
Nece, Frank W. 
Nece, Harry A. 
Neely, Mrs. Hugh Mc- 
Dowell 
Neely, M. Y. 
Neely, Mrs. Susan 
Nesbit, Mrs. Thorpe 
Netter, Jacob 

Nevin, Mrs. Charles W. 

Newbold, Mrs. David 

Newhall, C. Stevenson 

Newhall, Wm. Peterson 

Newman, A. G. 

Newton, A. Edward 

Niblo, James M. 

Nice, Budd G. 

Nice, Eugene E. 

Nichols, Milton H. 

Nicholas, Samuel 

Nicholson, William R. 

Nickles, Theodore E. 

Nimlet, Miss Virginia C. 

Nixon, Mrs. Horace F. 

Norcross, Mrs. Herbert C 

Norcross, Thomas E. 

Norris, Mrs. John C. 

Norris, Thomas J. 

North, Charles H. 

North, Ralph H. 

Nowalk, Robert F. 

Noyes, Mrs. B. 

Oakford, James W. 

Oakford, Mrs. James W. 

Oakley, Mrs. Thornton 

Oberge, Miss U. H. 

Obermayer, Leon J. 



O'Connor, John F. 
Odell, Mrs. Joseph H. 
Odmann, Mrs. Nelson S 
O'Drain, T. L 
O'Keefe, Joseph F. 
Okie, R. Brognard 
O'Leary, Daniel 
Oliver, W. J. 
Omerly, George G. 
O'Neill, Andrew 
O'Neill, Miss E. M. 
O'Neill, J. T. 
O'Neill, P. F. 
Opie, Mrs. E. L. 
Orlemann, Henry P. 
Orr, George P. 
Orton, George W. 
Osborne, Chester 
Osborne, Miss Jane M. 
Oursler, William W. D 
Overbeck, Bernard 
Overholt, William L. 
Ovington, George, Jr. 
Owen, Miss Elizabeth 
Gray 

Owen, Miss L. V. P. 

Owrid, Edwin J. 

Packard, Charles S. W. 

Packard, Mrs. Francis R. 

Packard, Mrs. Jno H., 3rd 

Page, George Bispham 

Page, Mrs. Robert H. 

Paine, Mrs. George H. 

Palmer, John T. 

Palsir, Jacob 

Pancoast, Mrs. H. K. 

Paolini, Salvatore 

Pardee, Mrs. Calvin 

Paret, Edward 

Park, A Edgar 

Park, Thomas 

Parker, A. D. 

Parker, John E. 

Parker, Sylvester D. 

Parlin, Charles C. 

Parrish, Miss E. M. 

Parrish, Morris L. 

Parrish, Mrs. Robert C. 

Parrott, Sylvester J. 

Parsly, Elmer G. 

Pasceri, Mrs. Joseph 

Passmore, E. Pusey 

Patten, Frank S. 

Patterson, Miss Beatrice 
W. 



Patterson, Mrs. George 

Stuart 
Patterson, T. H. Hoge 
Patton, J. G. 
Fatton, Mrs. John W. 
Patton, Robert 
Patton, Mrs. Robert 
Patton, Robert J. 
Patton, William A. 
Paul, Mrs. Hiram 
Paul, John Rodman 
Pauiion, Miss Frances E. 
Paxson, Henry M. 
Payne, Whitney 
Peabody, Malcolm E. 
Peacock, C. H. 
Pearce, HoUingsworth 
Pearce, J. W. 
Pearson, Miss Elizabeth T. 
Pearson, J. A. 
Pearson, Mrs. J. T. 
Pearson, R. G. 
Peck, Arthur 
Peck, Mrs. Anhur 
Peck, Mrs. Horace S. 
Pecker, Joseph S. 
Pedley, Miss Lillian E. 
Pedrick, Miss Lyola 
Peeples, A. M. 
Peiffer, Charles E. 
Peirce, T. M., Jr. 
Peirson, Walter 
Pelosi, Michael H. 
Pelosi, William A. 
Pemberton, Clifford, Jr. 
Pemberton, Mrs. Ralph 
Peniield, Mrs. Frederic C. 
Pennsylvania Society of 

Miniature Painters 
Pennington, Miss Laura T. 
Penrose, R. A. F., Jr. 
Penza, J. Vincent 
Pepper, Mrs. B. Franklin 
Pepper, Benjamin Franklin 
Pepper, Mrs. William 

Piatt 
Pequignot, L. E. 
Perrin, Charles C. 
Perrot, Emile G. 
Perry, H. H. 
Perry, John C. 
Perry, Robert W. 
Peters, Don 
Pettinos, George F. 
Petzold, Adolph 



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Pew, Mrs. Walter C. 
Pfahler, G. E. 
Pflueger, E. H, 
Phillips, Edward A. 
Phillips, Lucien 
Pierce, F. G. 
Pierce, J. D. 
Piersol, Mrs. George A. 
Piersol, George M. 
Pilling, Mrs. George P. 
Pilling, W. S. 
Pinkstone, W. D. 
Pioneer Suspender Co. 
Piper, Mrs. Elizabeth G. 
Place, Louis V., Jr. 
Piatt, Mrs. Charles, Jr. 
Price, Mrs. Oliver C. 
Plaut, Mrs. Isaac 



Ramsdell, G. C. 
Ramsey, Mrs. Ellwood 
Ranck, A. C. 
Randolph, Miss Anna 
Randolph, Evan 
Ranken, Harold R. 
Ransley, Mrs. H. C. 
Rapp, E. H. 
Raub, F. Elwood 
Ravdin, I. 
Rawle, Francis 
Rawle, James 
Rawle, Mrs. James 
Rawle, Miss Louisa 
Rawle, Mrs. William 
Brooke 



Rice, Harry 
Richardson, Frederick 
Richardson, Thomas D. 
Richardson, William H. 
Richter, Charles J. 
Rieger, Harry C. 
Riehle, Frederick A. 
Riggs, Robert 
Ringler, William A. 
Ritchie, Mrs. C. L. 
Robbins, George S. 
Roberts, Caryl 
Roberts, Charles H. 
Roberts, Mrs. Charles H. 
Roberts, Clarence V. 
Roberts, Mrs. Edward 



Rawlins, Miss Sarah SullyRoberts, Miss Ellen C. 
Raynor, John S. Roberts, Mrs. G. Brinton 



Pollock, Miss Elizabeth P.Read, Mrs. Adele Von H.Roberts, George B. 



Pollock, Roland D. Read, W. B. 

Pollock, Walter B. Read, Mrs. W. B. 

Pooley, E. F. Read, Mrs. William T. 

Porter, Mrs. Charles A., Jr.Reading, Samuel H. 



Post, Mrs. L. A. 
Post, William 
Potsdamer, Joseph S. 
Pott, H. Rudolph 
Potter, Mrs. Thomas, Jr. 
Potter, Mrs. William P. 
Potter, Woodburn W. 
Potts, Charles William 
Potts, Mrs. Harrison I. 
Potts, William M. 
Powell, Charles S. 



Reath, Mrs. B. Brannon 
Reath, B. Brannon, 2nd 



Roberts, George W. B. 
Roberts, Mrs. Howard 
Roberts, Miss Irene S. 
Roberts, Mrs. James G. 
Roberts, Mrs. John B. 
Roberts, Owen J. 



Reath, Mrs. Theodore W.Robinson, Benjamin 



Reath, Mrs. Thomas 
Reber, J. Howard 
Rebman, Henry J. 
Reckitt, William G. 
Records, Frank S. 
Redman, Mrs. John L 
Redmond, Frank J. 
Reed, Mrs. Amie M, 



Powers, Mrs. Fred Perry Reed, Miss Anne M. 



Reed, Jacob Sons 
Reel, Ida Virginia 
Reese, Charles 
Reeves, Mrs. A. S 
Regnery, John J. 



Pratt, John E 

Prevette, Earl 

Price, Mrs. Eli Kirk 

Price, Miss Mary J. 

Price, Warwick James 

Priestman, Mrs. Florence Reid, C. W 

E. Reid, Mrs. L. S. 

Purves, Mrs. Austin M. Reilly, Miss Marion 
Purves, Mrs. G. ColesberryReilly, Peter 
Pusey, F. S. Reilly, Samuel 

Putman, Mrs. Earl B. Reinhard, Miss Jean 

Pyrah, John W. Reisen, C. Joseph 

Quick, William H. W. Reiss, A 
Rabinovitz, Joseph 
Rader, Mrs. Archibald 

Fleming 
Raditz, Lazar 
Rakestraw, Fred 
Rambo, Oscar N. 
Rambo, Wilfred S. 



Robinson, Mrs. Samuel 
Robinson, W. J. 
Rockwell, F. W. 
Rodenbough, Elmer E. 
Roma, Mrs. F. 
Roma, Louis 
Roosevelt, Nicholas G. 
Rose, Ivan Murray 
Rosenbach, M. P. 
Rosenbaum, Leon 
Rosenbaum, Morris 
Rosenbaum, Robert 
Rosenbaum, Samuel 
Rosenberg, Emanuel 
Rosenblum, Adolph 
Rosenfeld, John 
Rosengarten, Mrs. A. G. 
Rosengarten, George D. 
Rosenthal, Albert 
Rosenwald, Lessing J. 
Rosenwald, Mrs. Lessing 

Remmey, Richard C. Son Ross, Mrs. George H. 

Company Ross, Henry A. 

Resolute Knitting Mills Ross, J. Anderson 
Rhoads, Mrs. J. Howard Ross, Miss Sophia L. 
Rhoads, J. Snowden Ross, T. Edward 

Rhoads, Miss Lydia W. Ross, Thomas C. 
Rhoads, William E. Rossbach, Mrs. Sophie 



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Roth, David A. 
Roth, Gabriel B. 
Roth, George J. 
Rothe, M. H. 
Rothermel, P. R, Jr. 
Rothman, Maurice M. 
Rothschild, LeRoy B. 
Rowland, Mrs. Henry J. 
Rubinsohn, S. Lewis 
Ruby, Miss Edna 

Browning 
Rudzinski, Mrs. B. F. 
Ruehling, Gustav 
Ruger, Louis 
Rumpp, Herman C. 
Rumsey, G. A., Jr. 
Russell, Mrs, C. B. 
Russell, Mrs. C. J. 
Russell, Harry A. 
Rust, Harry B. 
Rutberg, Edward H. 
Ryan, Mrs. Elizabeth T. 
Ryan, Michael J. 
Ryan, Thomas F. 
Sachsenmaier, George 
Sackel Dyeing Company 



Schamberg, J. Frank 
Schamberg, Meyer 
Schaner, W. B. 
Schechtman, Morris 
Scheel, R. O. 
Schell, John W. 
Schembs, Walter E. 
Schemm, Edward F. 
Schenck, Miss Mary W. 
Scheuringer, Charles A. 
Schick, Miss Elma H. 
Schiffer, C. W. 
Schilling, Frank 
Schlegel, Carl A. 
Schmidt, Fred W. 
Schmitz, Miss Elizabeth T 
Schnader, Mrs. William A 
Schneider, Mrs. Karl 
Schneyer and Corbin 
Schneyer, Louis A. 
Schneyer, M. L. 
Schoales, C. B. 
Schoettle, Edwin J. 
Schoettle, Marc A. 
Schofield, Charles S. 
Scholder, Harry 



Sackett, Mrs. Franklin P. Scholler Brothers, Inc. 



Sadtler, Samuel S. 
Sage, Mrs. Henry W. 
Sage, Mrs. Ralph V. 
Sailer, Miss Emily W. 
Salom, Mrs. Pedro G. 
Sampson, Mrs. P. R. 
Samuel, J. Bunford 
Santamarie, L. J. 
Sargent, Mrs. Winthrop 



Schoonmaker, W. P. 
Schorr, George J. 
Schranz, Frederick G. 
Schwacke, John S. 
Schwalbe, H. 
Schwartz, Anthony 
Schwarz, William TeflFt 
Schwoerer, R. C. 
Scott, Mrs. Edgar 



Sargent, Mrs. Winthrop, Scott, Mrs. John Scanlin 



Scotr, Margaret B. 
Scott, Richard S. 
Scott, Thomas M. 
Scott, William M. 
Scott, Mrs. William C. 
Scranton, Mrs. George E. 



Jr. 
Sartori, Mrs. Frank A. 
Saul, Morris Bower 
Saunders, E. L. 
Saunders, John J. 
Saunders, W. L., 2nd 

Savage, Mrs. D. Fitzhugh Scull, Mrs. William^C 
Savoye, Mrs. W. T. Seeley, Mrs. Oscar 

Sax, Percival M. Segal, Herman 

Saxman, Mrs. E. F. Seidle, Joseph K. 

Scanlon, Charles A. Selig, B. 

Scanlon, Joseph J. Selig, Sol 

Scatchard, William Sellers, Alexander 

Scattergood, Mrs. J. HenrySellers, Mrs. Alexander 
Scattergood, Mrs. Thomas Sellers, Mrs. Horace Wells 
Schaefer, George F. Sellers, Mrs. Howard 

Schaffhauser, Charles Sender, Arthur C. 

Schamberg, Mrs. Jay F. Serrill, William G. 



Severs, G. Harvey 
Sewall, Mrs. Arthur W. 
Sewell, Mrs. William J., 

Jr. 
Sexton, Mrs. James A. 
Shakespeare, Mrs. Edward 

O. 
Shallow, Frank L. 
Sharp, Mrs. Walter P. 
Sharpe, John S. 
Sharpless, Anna P. 
Sharpless, S. Franklin 
Sharpless, William 
Shay, Howell Lewis 
Shearer, H. Maris 
.Sheble, Mrs. Frank J. 
.Sheer, Philip L. & Sons 
Shellenberger, Miss Helen 
Shelly, George C. 
Shelton, Mrs. F. H. 
Shepherd, Samuel G. 
Shillard-Smith, Mrs. C. 
Shinn, Miss M. Frances 
Shipley, Mrs. S. R. 
Shirley, Harold R. 
Shock, Miss N. A. 
Shoemaker, Benjamin H. 
Shoemaker, C. and F. 
Shoemaker. Miss Mary W. 
Shoemaker, Mrs. William 

T. 
Shoyer, Charles C. 
Shoyer, F. J. 
Shrigley, Arthur 
Shuster, Frank H. 
Shute, E. L. 
Shuttleworth, E. Irving 
Sibley, Miss Florence 
Sibley, Walter G. 
Sidebotham, John B. 
Simkins, Daniel W. 
Simon, Miss Caroline F. 
Simons, Herbert 
Simons, Laird 
Simpers, Thomas W. 
Simpson, J. Coulson 
Sinnickson, Mrs. Charles 
Sinnick, John Ray 
Sinnott, Mrs. John 
Sisson. Vernon B. 
Sister Saint Luke 
Siter, Miss Charlotte 
Sketchley, William W. 
Slattery, Joseph H. 
Sloan, Malachi W. 



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Smalley, W. V. Starkweather, John K. 

Smaltz, Miss Elizabeth F. Staton, Walter B. 



Smedley, William H 
Smith, Albanus L. 
Smith, Miss Anna Ellen 
Smith, Charles H. 
Smith, Edward B., Jr. 
Smith, Mrs. Edward 

Brinton 
Smith, Mrs. Edward W. 
Smith, Miss Ethel 
Smith, Mrs. F. P. 
Smith, Mrs. G. M. 
Smith, G. P., Jr. 
Smith, Haseltine 
Smith, Henry R. 
Smith, Mrs. Hugh T. 
Smith, J. Willison 
Smith, Miss Jessie 

Willcox 
Smith, John R. 
Smith, Oscar L. 
Smith, Mrs. T. Learning Stern, Samuel 



Stecker, Louis 
Steel, A. G. B. 
Steel, David M. 
Steel, Phil S. 
Steel, Warner J. 
Steele, Andrew L. 
Steele, Edward A. 
Steele, Joseph M. 
Steere, Mrs. Jonathan M, 
Stein, Mrs. Emma T. 
Steinhagen, Henry J. 
Steinman, Walter J. 



Sullivan, Stanley J. 
Sullivan, Mrs. Thomas D. 
Sundheim, Mrs. Harry G. 
Sussell, Arthur J. 
Sutherland, Allen 
Sutton, L Walter 
Swain, Mrs. William 

Moseley 
Swart, M. E. 
Swartley, Henry C. 
Sweeney, Miss Barbara 
Sweeney, Miss Mary B. 
Swoboda, Gustav 



Steinmetz, Joseph Allison Sydney, Miss Mary Ella 

Stelle, John P. Taine, Louis N. 

Stelwagon, Mrs. Henry W.Talone, Alfonso 

Stem, Mrs. Samuel G. Tatum, Mrs. Richard Parry 

Stern, Adiel Martin Taws, Henry W. 

Stern, Edward & Company Taws, John H. 

Stern, Mrs. Horace Taylor, Mrs. Hazel M. 

Stern, Miss Ruth Ellis Taylor, John C. 



Smith, Stephen J. 
Smith, W. Hinckle 
Smith, Mrs. W. Horner 
Smith, Walter Bassett 
Smith, Mrs. Walter 

Bassett 
Smith, Mrs. Wikoff 
Snavely, Miss Helen H. 
Snellenburg, A. 
Snellenburg, Mrs. Harry 
Snellenburg, Joseph N. 



Sterner, George 
Stevens, Benjamin Rush 



Taylor, John G. 
Taylor, Mrs. John M. 
Taylor, Lewis H., Jr. 



Stevenson, Miss Clare B. Taylor, Mrs. Roland L. 
Stevenson, Maxwell, Jr. Taylor, Mrs. William 
Stewardson, Miss Eleanor Rivers 



P. 

Stewart, Frank H. 
Stewart, Roy 
Stewart, Ruth Bitting 
Stilling, Benjamin F. 
Stinson, C. A. 



Snellenburg, Mrs. Morton Stoer, W. Fred 



Sobernheimer, Mrs. 

Frederick A. 
Soest, O. F. 
Soliday, Mrs. David S. 
Somers, James A. 
Sonneborn, George A. 
South, Mrs. Walter 
Spalding, C. E. 
Spatola, Michael A. 
Speiser, Maurice J. 
Speckman, John W. 
Spencer, Arthur 
Spencer, Mrs. Arthur R. 
Spencer, Paul 
Staake, Miss Caroline L. 
Stachowicz, L. A. 
Stager, Oscar T. 
Stair, Mrs. Jacob, Jr. 
Stanton, Charles L. 



Stokes, Mrs. Charles P. 
Stokes, Henry W. 



Teller, W. H. 
Terry, Howard A. 
Tetlow, Mrs. Clara 
Thatcher, A. G. 
Thatcher, W. H. 
Thayer, Mrs. John B. 
Theel, William L. 
Theis, Albert 
Thoma, Robert 



Stokes, Mrs. W. Standley Thomas, Mrs. Arthur H. 

Stork, Mrs. T. B. Thomas, Mrs. Augustus 

Stotesbury, Edward T. Thomas, J. Frederick 

Stotesbury, Mrs. Edward Thomas, Miss Mabel L. H. 

T. Thompson, W. J. 

Stout, Mrs. A. L. Thompson, William B. 

Stout, C. Frederick Thomson, Mrs. Archibald 
Stout, Mrs. Elbridge G. G. 



Stout, O. 
Strauss, Berthold 
Strittmatter, L P. 
Stroock, Bertram A. 
Stroud, Edward A. 
Stroud, Morris W. 
Strubing, P. H. 
Stryker, S. S. 
Stulb, Joseph R. 
Sullivan, Miss Edith 



Thomson, Harry E. 
Thomson, Mrs. W. S. 
Thorn, Miss Mary 
Thornley, George H. 
Thum, Richard T. 
Tietze, Charles F. 
Tilden, William Morris 
Tillman, Henry D. 
Tinney, William P. 
Tinney, Mrs. William P. 



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Tioga-Textile Company 
Todd, Mrs. M. Hampton 
Tomkinson, Joseph 
Tonik, Charles 
Toohey, John M. 
Torrey, Robert G. 
Tourison, Ashton S. 
Town, Edwin C. 
Towne, Robert D. 
Townsend, B. F., Jr. 



Von Moschzisker, Mrs. 

Robert 
Voorhees, Harlow C. 
Voss, Frederick J. 
Voynow, C. B. 
Wadham, J. P. 
Wagner, Mrs. Jesse L. 
Wagner, John 
Wagner, Louis M. 
Wagner, Paul C. 



Townsend, Mrs. Frederick Wainwright, Clement R. 

E. A, " 

Townsend, Mrs. J. B. 
Townsend, J. Barton 
Townsend, Miss Pauline 

B. 
Trainer, E. 
Trainer, Henry J. 
Trotter, Miss Helen 
Trotter, William Henry 
Trumbauer, J. Robert 
Trump, Mrs. C. C. 
Tryon, Charles Z. 
Tryon, Miss F. Arline 
Turnbull, J. W. 



Walter, Simon 
Walters, William H. 
Walton, William G. 
Turner, Mrs. William Jay Ward, Mrs. George 



Weber, David 

Weber, E. G. 

Weber, F. W. 

Weber, Louis, Sr. 

Weckesser, William 

Weeks Photo Engraving 
Company 

Weeks, Mrs. Horace F. 

Weger, Frank L. 

Weightman, Miss Fanny 
Cox 
Wainwright, F. King Weightman, Miss Martha 
Wainwright, Mrs. F. King T. B. 
Walbaum, Mrs. William Weihenmayer, Harry W. 
H. Weihenmayer, William J. 

Walker, Harold Weild, Charles M. 

Walker, J. W. Weil, Benjamin 

Wallace, William Weil, Gertrude F. 

Wallace, William S. Weill, Mrs. Alfred S. 

Waller, Mrs. L. W. T., Jr.Weimer, Albert B. 
Walmer, Reed H. Weimer, Mrs. Albert B. 

Walter, Miss Mary C. Weinberg, H. Joseph 



Tuttle, William C. 

Twining, John E., Sr. 

Tyler, Charles A. 

Tyler, Everitt A. 

Tyler, George F. 

Tyler, Mrs. George F. 

Tyler, Miss Helen B. 

Tyre, Philip S. 

Tyson, T. Mellor 

Umsted, Miss Ruth R., Jr.Warnock, James, Jr 

Underbill, F. S. 

Unterberger, Edward 

Vail, Mrs. Louis dePuy 

Vallier, William H. 

VanHall, Julius 

VanLennep, Miss Rebecca Wasserman, B. J 

Pollard 
VanSciver, Earl J. 
VanSciver, J. Bishop 
Vauclain, Samuel M. 
Vellner, Eugene 
Verner, William R. 
Verner, Mrs. William R. 
Vigilant, Mills 
Vila, Joseph S. 
Vogdes, Mrs. Emma C. 
Vogdes, Joseph J. 
Volz, Frederick G. 



Weinland, Mrs. J. W. 
Weinstein, G. L. 
Weinstein, Jacob L 
Weissberger, George J 
Welker, Howard S. 
Welsh, C. N. 
Welsh, Charles E. 
Welsh, Robert F. 
Welsh, Mrs. S. B. 



Ward, John T, 

Ward, T. Johnson 

Warden, Clarence A. 

Warden, Mrs. W. G. 

Waring, Swinton B. 

Warne, Mrs. Edward P. B.Welsh, William Henry 

Warner, Fred E. Welsh, Mrs. William L. 

Warner, Miss Mildred S.Wenner, Robert E. 

Warner, Walter Werner, Adolph, Jr. 

Wertheimer, Joseph 
Warren, Ambrose G. West, W. M. 
Warren, William C. West, W. Nelson 

Warthman, Mrs. J. Harris Westervelt, Julien D. 
Warwick, Edward Westwood, John R. 

Washburn, Louis C. Wetherill, Sam.uel P., Jr. 

Wetherill, William H. 
Wasserman, Charles Wetherstine, H. H. 

Wasserman, Mrs. Joseph Wetter, Charles G. 
Wasson, F. E. Wetzel, Walter 

Watkins, Wilfrid J. Weyl, Esther M. 

Watson, Frank R. Wharton, Mrs. J. S. L., Jr. 

Watson, George K. Wharton, Joseph S. 

Watts, John Sons Company Lovering 
Wayne, Mrs. Joseph, Jr. Wheaton, Howard C. 
Wayne, William, Jr. Wheeler, Charles 

Weatherly, J. Howard Wheeler, Mrs. Charles 
Weatherly, Miss Mary N. Wheelwright, Robert 
Weaver, John Whitaker, James L. 



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Whitaker, Ralph 
White, E. P. Corson 
White, Mrs. George P. 
White, J. Atwood 
White, Mrs. Miles, Jr. 
White, Samuel S., Jr. 
White, Mrs. William 
Whiteley, Mrs. Charles 



Wilson, James J. Wood, Morris 

Wilson, Miss Jane Stewart Wood, R. G., Jr. 
Wilson, Russell Woodbridge, J. Edward 

Wilson, Mrs. W. ReynoldsWoodrulBF, Mrs. Clinton 
Wilson, Mrs. William K. Rogers 
Winchester, A. Oliver Woodside, Mrs. J. W. 



Woodville, Miss Elizabeth 
Woodward, George 
Woodward, H. J. 
Woolman, Mrs. Edward 
Woolman, Henry N. 



Windner, Julius 
Windsor Manufacturing 
Whiteman, Mrs. Josephine Company 

S. Winslow, Charles H. 

Whitman, Stephen F. andWinsor, James D., Jr. 

Sons Winsor, Mrs. James D., Jr. Woolman, Mrs. Henry N. 

Whitney, Frederick P. Winsor, Mrs. William D. Woolman, Miss Josephine 
Whitney, Mrs, W. Beau- Winston, John C. Com- Worrall, Mrs. Nathan Y. 

mont pany 

Whitted, C. S. Winston, Maurice J. 

Whyte, William E. Winters, Mrs. Margaret 

Wick Narrow Fabric Com- Wire, Miss Jean Marion 

pany Wirkman, Emanuel W. 

Widener, Mrs. P. A. B., Wirz, Mrs. H. M. 

2nd Wister, Mrs. Lewis W. 

Wiederseim, Theodore E. Wister, Miss Mary C. 
Wilhelm, Charles Witecraft, Amey D. 

Wilkie, Edward V. H. Witherby, E. T. 
Wittenberg, Sol 
Wittmaier, George W. 
Wittmann, A. H 



Willard, DeForest P, 

Willcox, J. W. 

Willens, Mrs. Samuel 

Willet, Henry Lee 

Willey, Mrs. Guy A. 

Williams, Mrs. Caroline 

Williams, Mrs. Carroll R.Wolfe,'joseph L. N. 

Williams, Mrs. Charles Wolf, Louis 

Williams, Ellis D, 



Wotherspoon, James R. 
Wriggins, C. C. 
Wright, Miss Alice M. 
Wright, Mrs. H. B. 
Wright, Mrs. H. J, 
Wright, John 
Wright, Miss Lila M. 
Wright, Mrs. Minturn T. 
Wright, Mrs. Sydney L., 

Jr. 
Wrightson, Arthur 
Wurts, Mrs. C. Stewart 
Wurzel, Maurice L. 



Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yarrow, H. C. 



Wolf, Benjamin 
Wolf, James C. 



Williams, George W. 
Williams, Joseph D. 
Williams, Leighton 
Williams, Parker S. 
Williamson, Walter D. 
Willing, Charles 
Willing, J. Kent 



Wolfe, Merritt L. 
Wolfe, Russell 
Wolfersberger, W. C 
Wolfram, Arnold 
Wolfsen, Julius 
Wolsey, Louis 
Wolstenholme, Mrs. 
Frederick 



Willing, Mrs. Edward S. Wonderly, Abner H. 



Willson, Thomas H, 
Wilmeth, James L. 
Wilson, Alex, Jr. 
Wilson, C. Colket 
Wilson, Mrs. Charles 
Wilson, Mrs. H. E. 
Wilson, Hamilton M. 
Wilson, Howard B. 



Yeager, George C. 
Yeatman, Pope 
Yeats, Mrs. J. Wilbur 
Yellin, Samuel 
Yerger, Frank H. 
Yocum, Stanley 
Young, Anna Gardner 
Young, Charles H. 
Young, Claude D. 
Zantzinger, Mrs. C. C. 
Zeits, Anthony J. 
Zieget, Julius 
Ziegler, Carl A. 



Wood, Mrs. Alexander C, Ziegler, J. Charles 



Jr. 

Wood, Mrs. Charles R. 
Wood, Edward R., Jr. 
Wood, Miss Ellen C. 
Wood, Miss Frances 
Wood, Graham 
Wood, Mrs. Graham 



Wilson, Mrs. J. Howard Wood, Howard, Jr. 



Zimmerman, Mason W. 
Zimmerman, S. Milton 
Zimmerman, William A. 
Zimmermann, John E. 
Zinman, Frank 
Zirnkilton, F. X. 
Zulich, Mrs. Sarah Swift 



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ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM AND 
SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MAY 31, 1928 

WITH THE 

LIST OF MEMBERS 









PHILADELPHIA 
1928 



OFFICERS FOR 1928-1929 

PRESIDENT 

ELI KIRK PRICE 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

WILLIAM WOOD WILLIAM M. ELKINS 

SECRETARY 

JULIUS ZIEGET 

TREASURER 

CHARLES BOND 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

EX OFFICIIS 

John S. Fisher Edwin R. Cox 

Governor of Pennsylvania President of City Council 

Harry A. Mackey Edwaiu) T, Stotesbury 

Mayor of Philadelphia President of 

Fairmount Park Commission 

ELECTED BY THE MEMBERS 

To Serve for One Year 

Charles Bond Mrs. Frank T. Patterson 

John Gribbel Eli Kirk Price 

James F. Sullivan 

To Serve for Two Years 
John F. Braun J. Stogdell Stokes 

Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs George D. Widener 

Edgar V. Seeler William Wood 

To Serve for Three Years 
Mrs. Edward Browning John S. Jenks 

William M. Elkins Samuel Rea 

Thomas Robins 



STANDING COMMITTEES* 

MUSEUM 

John S. Jenks, Chairman; Morris R. Bockius, Mrs. Hampton 
L. Carson, Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe, John T. Dorrance, 
William M. Elkins, Mrs. Charles W. Henry, George H. Lorimer, 
Mrs. John D. McIlhenny, Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson, 
Samuel Rea, J. Stogdell Stokes, Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury, 
Roland L. Taylor, George D. Widener. 



INSTRUCTION 

Eli Kirk Price, Chairman; Charles Bond, Charles L. Borie, 
Jr., Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe, Samuel S. Fleisher, John S. 
Jenks, Mrs. Robert R. Logan, Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs, Mrs. 
H. S. Prentiss Nichols, Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson, Mrs. 
Logan Rhoads, Willum H. Richardson, Edgar V. Seeler, Miss 
Jessie Willcox Smith, William Wood. 



FINANCE 
J. Stogdell Stokes, Chairman; William M. Elkins, R. Sturgis 

INGERSOLL, WiLLMM FULTON KURTZ, MORRIS WOLF. 



♦The Preiident is ex oficio a member 0/ all committees. 



ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN 

HONORARY PRESIDENT 

MRS. RUDOLPH BLANKENBURG 

PRESIDENT 

MRS. FRANK THORNE PATTERSON 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

MRS. H. S. PRENTISS NICHOLS 

MRS. EDGAR W. BAIRD 

MRS. HENRY BRINTON COXE 

MISS CORNELIA L. EWING 

recording secretary treasurer 

Mrs. H. Norris Harrison Mrs. Edward Browning 

corresponding secretary 

Mrs. W. Standley Stokes 
Mrs. Lewis Audenried Mrs. Charles Wolcott Henry 

Mrs. Edwin N. Benson, Jr. Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman 

Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg Mrs. Joseph B. Hutchinson 
Mrs. Willl\m T. Carter Mrs. Charles F. Judson 

Mrs. Herbert L. Clark Mrs. J. Louis Ketterlinus 

Mrs. Robert C Clay Mrs. Robert R. Logan 

Mrs. Robert Hare Davis Mrs. Campbell Madeira 

Mrs. S. Grey Dayton Mrs. John D. McIlhenny 

Mrs. William A. Dick Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs 

Mrs. Fitz Eugene Dixon Mrs. Thornton Oakley 

Mrs. Russell Duane Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 

Miss Louisa Eyre Mrs. Logan Rhoads 

Mrs. Stanley G. Flagg, Jr. Countess of Santa Eulalia 

Mrs. George H. Frazier Mrs. C. Shillard-Smith 

Mrs. Henry C. Gibson Miss Jessie Willcox Smith 

Mrs. F. Woodson Hancock Mrs. Willl\m H. Walbaum 

Mrs. C. Stewart Wurts 

contributing member 
Mrs. Percival Roberts, Jr. 

honorary members 

Mrs. Hampton L. Carson Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 

Miss Margaret Clyde Mrs. M. Hampton Todd 

Mrs. Henry S. Grove 



THE MUSEUM STAFF 

1928-1929 
FISKE KIMBALL, Director 

CURATORIAL STAFF 

FISKE KIMBALL 
Chief of the Division of European and American Art 

HORACE H. F. JAYNE 
Chief of the Division of Eastern Art 

RENAISSANCE AND MODERN ART 

ARTHUR EDWIN BYE, Curator of Paintings 

JOSEPH DOWNS, Curator of Decorative Arts 

NANCY ANDREWS REATH, Assistant Curator in charge of Textiles 

ANNA SCOTT NEWBOLD, Assistant in charge of Lace 

ELIZABETH T. PEARSON, Assistant in charge of Prints 

SAMUEL W. WOODHOUSE, JR., 

Adviser in the Industrial Arts of the 18th Century 

MARIAN HAGUE, Adviser in Lace 

MEDIAEVAL ART 
FRANCIS H. TAYLOR, Curator 

EASTERN ART 

HORACE H. F. JAYNE, Curator 

ISABEL INGRAM, Assistant 

HONORARY CURATORS 
MRS. WILLIAM T. CARTER, Lace 
F. D. LANGENHEIM, Numismatics 



ADMINISTEATIVE STAFF 

ERLING H. PEDERSEN, Assistant to the Director 
HENRIETTA C. QUINN, Secretary to the Director 
GERTRUDE TOOMEY, LILIAN BRIGGS, Office Assistants 
MARGARET DRISCOLL, Bursar 

REGISTRAR'S OFFICE 
JANE WOLFE, Registrar 
ELIZABETH T. WOODRING, MARGARET PIERCE, Cataloguers 

LIBRARY 

PAUL VANDERBILT, Librarian 

MARY R. FURNESS, Assistant Librarian 

PUBLICATIONS 

FRANCIS H. TAYLOR, Editor 

ESTHER DE B. ROBINS, ALBERTA DEVLIN 

Sales Clerks in Charge of Information Desks 

INSTALLATION 

ELIZABETH ABEL, Assistant 

FRANCES RICHARDSON, Custodian 

PHOTOGRAPHY 
CHARLES WHITENACK, Photographer 

PRINTING 
MYRTLE REINOEHL, Printer 

BUILDING 
GEORGE C. BARBOUR, Superintendent 
LEWIS UST, Captain of the Watch 
JAMES LOUGHRY, Assistant Foreman 
MATTHEW WILLIAMSON, Shipping Clerk 



THE SCHOOL STAFF 

EDMONDSON HUSSEY, Principal 

LESLIE W. MILLER, Principal Emeritus 

E. W. FRANCE, Director, Textile Department 

THOMAS H. WILLSON, Registrar 

WILLARD P. GRAHAM, Assistant Registrar 

EUGENIE M. FRYER, Librarian 

FACULTY 
ART DEPARTMENT 



ROSE A. BAIRD 

Costume Design 
Dressmaking 

WILLIAM BLOOD 

Illustration 
ELLZEY BRIDGES 

In charge of Properties 
J. FRANK COPELAND 
Design 
Related to Interior Decoration 
Lectures on Elements of Architecture 

ROBERT W. CROWTHER 

Poster and Advertising Design 
EDMUND deFOREST CURTIS 

Pottery 
JOHN J. DULL 

Water Color 
EDITH EMERSON 

Lectures, Art Appreciation 
T. P. FARRADAY 

Design as Related to Interior 
Decoration 
CHARLOTTE GEHRKE 

Assistant, Costume Design 
DOUGLAS GILCHRIST 

Metal Work and Jewelry 
MABEL B. HALL 

Drawing 
Advanced Draining jrom the Cast 
Anatomy Drawing 

EDMONDSON HUSSEY 

Subjeas of Teaching 
JOHN CRAIG JANNEY 

Drawing from the Cast 
FLORENCE JESTER 

Supervisor of Practice Teaching 
JOSEPH KANETSKY 

Wrought Iron 
RICHARD KLINGES 

Full-Sized Drawing 
ALFRED KRAKUSIN 

Assistant Instructor in Anatomy 
Drawing 
ELMER S. LUKENS 

Woodwork and Joinery 
RALPH McLELLAN 

Drawing from Life 
ELLEN F. MEEHAN 

Design 
First Year Color and Design 
Advanced Design 



LOUIS MILIONE 

Modeling 
HARRISON MILLER 

Drawing and Painting 
Related to Poster and Advertising Design 

THORNTON OAKLEY 
Illustration 

Composition 

Costumed Model in Relation to Illustration 
and Composition 

JUSTIN PARDI 

Drawing and Perspective 

Assistant in Life Drawing Class 

HERBERT PULLINGER 

Pen and Ink Drawing 
PAUL REMMEY 

Costumed Model 
ROBERT RUSHTON 

Beginners' Drawing 
GERTRUDE SCHELL 

Drawing 
First fear Drawing from the Cast 

C. ALYNN SHILLING 

Design as Related to Interior 
Decoration 
GEORGE SKLAR 

Assistant Instructor in Modeling 
LUIGI SPIZZIRRI 

Nature Study Drawing 

Costumed Model Class 

Related to Poster and Advertising, 
Teachers' Training and Costume 
Design 

MARY B. SWEENEY 
Drawing 
First Year Draining from the Cast 

ELIZABETH THESMAR 
Assistant Junior Class 

Museum Study 

EDITH THOMPSON 
Assistant Junior Class 

Museum Study 

EDWARD WARWICK 
Design 

Related to Furniture, Wood'Carving, 
Pageantry, Stage Craft, and History 
of Costume 

Lectures on History of Furniture and 
History of Costume 

WILLIAM WEISS 

Beginners' Drawing 
JOHN C. WONSETLER 

Beginners' Drawing 
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TEXTILE DEPARTMENT 



£. W. FRANCE 
Director 

Lecturer on Raw Materials, Proc- 
esses and Fabrics. 

BRADLEY C. ALGEO 

Assistant Director, in Charge of 
Weave Formation, Analysis and 
Struaure of Fabrics 

FRANK L. GIESE 

Instructor in Weave Formation, 
Analysis and Structure of 
Fabrics 

RICHARD S. COX 

in Charge of Jacquard Design, 
Drawing and Color Work 

ERCAL KAISER 

Instructor in Jacquard Design and 
Color Work 

RALPH DUNKELBERGER 

Instructor in Free-Hand Drawing 
and Figured Design 

ELMER C. BERTOLET 

in Charge of Chemistry, Dyeing 
and Printing 

HOWARD A. WALTER 

Assistant in Charge of Chemistry 
and Dyeing 

PERCIVAL THEEL 

Instructor in Dyeing and Chem- 
istry 

JOSEPH E. GOODAVAGE 

Instructor in Dyeing, Bleaching 
and Printing 

GEORGE G. BYLER 

Instructor in Elementary Chemistry 



JOHN LOCKWOOD 

Instruaor in Charge of Wool 
Carding and Spitming, Worsted 
Drawing and Spinning 

ALAN G. MARQUART 

Assistant in Wool Carding and 
Spinning, Worsted Drawing and 
Spinning 

JOHN NAAB 

Instructor in Charge of Cotton 
Carding and Spinning, Silk 
Manufacturing and Hosiery 
Knitting 

WM. B. WILLIAMSON 

Assistant Instructor in Cotton 
Carding and Spinning and Hos- 
iery Knitting 

WILLIAM PFEIFFER 

Instruaor in Charge of Power 
Weaving and Related Branches 

ERVIN WILMER 

Assistant in Power Weaving and 
Related Branches 

ROBERT J. REILLY 

Assistant in Power Weaving and 
Related Branches 

WM. A. McCLAIN 

Instructor in Charge of Elementary 
Weaving and Related Branches 

JOHN W. FRANCE 

Assistant in Elementary Weaving 
and Related Branches 

FREDERICK JENNINGS 

Instructor in Materials Used in the 
Wool and Worsted Industry 



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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

To the Members of the Pennsylvania Museum 
and School of Industrial Art: 

Ladies and Gentlemen: 

The year which has just come to a close was marked by two 
important events in the history of the corporation. 

The first was the completion of the exterior of the Philadelphia 
Museum of Art at Fairmount and its occupation by the Pennsylvania 
Museuin for the installation of part of the City's and of the Museum's 
collections. This was accomplished early in February and the Museum 
was opened to the public on March 27, 1928. 

The second was the successful conclusion of an organized effort 
to obtain a sum of approximately $2,000,000 to cover the cost of 
obtaining and erecting in the Museum an adequate number of original 
interiors of rooms, in which to display paintings, sculpture, furniture, 
curtains, china, silver and glass of the same period and country, and 
to create the nucleus of an endowment fund for the future operation 
of the Museum on the greatly extended scale required by the new 
building. The greater part of this sum has already been subscribed and 
it is confidently believed that the entire amount will be secured within 
the next few months. 

The Commissioners of Fairmount Park have recently obtained 
from the City Council a further appropriation toward the cost of con- 
struaion of the Museum and it is hoped that, with the funds thus 
provided in addition to those secured by our corporation, it will be 
possible to complete the study colleaion floor in time to open it to the 
public early in the coming winter. 

With the new equipment and accessions, described so admirably 
in the Direaor's annual report, the Pennsylvania Museum appears to 
be entering upon a new era of activity and usefulness, which ought to 
command enthusiastic public support sufficient to enable it to take 
advantage of its vastly increased opportunities to serve the public to 
the fullest extent. 

Respectfully submitted on behalf of the Board of Trustees, 

Eli Kirk Price, 

President. 



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REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MUSEUM 

To the President and Trustees of the Pennsylvania Museum and 
School of Industrial Art: 

Gentlemen: We close a year unique in the annals of the 
Museum, which has seen it emerge from a provincial character and 
secure recognition as one of the foremost in America, promising, 
indeed, to become not unworthy of comparison with the great national 
collections of Europe. 

The New Building 
The progress of the new museum building at Fairmount has per- 
mitted the opening of its first twenty-four rooms and galleries. For 
the first time, a part, at least, of the artistic riches of Philadelphia 
could be assembled and one could begin to appreciate with what a 
store of treasure Philadelphia had been endowed by the magnificent 
recent bequests of John G. Johnson, William L. Elkins, George W. 
Elkins, and John Howard McFadden — the last itself received by the 
city in the course of the year. The design of the building has permitted 
a scheme of installation novel in its consistency and effeaiveness, 
which has attracted the most favorable comment abroad as well as at 
home. 

The portion opened falls chiefly in the principal exhibition floor, 
in the English and American sections. Beside the galleries these em- 
brace ten antique period rooms of the finest quality. The gift of five 
of these, secured by the Museum in recent years, has already been 
chronicled in our reports. To them are now added a room in the 
Adam style from the Derby house in Salem, American, 1799, unique 
product of the collaboration of Charles Bulfinch and Samuel Mclntire, 
as a gift of George Horace Lorimer; three magnificent English rooms 
from Sutton Scarsdale in Derbyshire, representing varied phases of the 
early Georgian style, as gifts of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Martin, Mr. 
and Mrs. Walter C. Janney and Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Lippincott, 
respectively; and an early Chippendale room of equal quality from 
Wrightington Hall in Lancashire, as a gift of Mr. and Mrs. Edward 
B. Robinette. 

Financial Support 
The plans developed for a modern museum, responsive to the 
needs of all seaions of the public, secured for us the endorsement of 
the General Education Board in the form of a grant of $350,000. It 
was contingent on our securing from other sources the remainder of 
the million dollars required for the installation of the collections. This 

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amount has been more than subscribed by generous Philadelphians. We 
find ourselves empowered to provide a magnificent and sympathetic 
background for the arts of all the ages, where the dullest visitor can 
scarcely fail to be moved by their beauty and spirit. 

Not content with passive display, the Trustees courageously under- 
took to secure nearly an additional million dollars in endowment, to 
inaugurate an aaive programme of public educational work and of 
cooperation with industry. The progress already made in securing the 
rest of this additional sum leaves no doubt that these immediate needs 
of the Museum's new era will be supplied. 

We look forward with confidence to the coming decade to provide 
the enlarged endowment, estimated conservatively at $15,000,000, 
required for the purchase of works of art to maintain and increase the 
rank of our collections. For much of this we must look to the bequests 
of generous testators. Within the year the late Frank Thorne Patterson 
has given an example by devoting a large share of his fortune to the 
ultimate support of the Museum. 

The Inaugural Exhibition 

In the inaugural exhibition of the new Museum, representing 
primarily European and American art since the Renaissance, we have 
sought first of all to display the riches of the permanent colleaions in 
these fields, secondly to reveal the wealth of private collections in and 
about Philadelphia. The Wilstach, Elkins and McFadden collections, 
supplemented by some seventy pictures deposited by the Trustee of the 
Johnson Colleaion, suffice to illustrate with remarkable completeness 
the development of European painting from the beginning of the 
Italian Renaissance through the Impressionist school. The most recent 
developments in painting are represented by an important group of 
contemporary French works lent by a number of Philadelphia colleaors. 
In the field of American painting, the installation of the permanent 
collections has been delayed to permit the display, in its entirety, of 
the remarkable collection of historical portraits generously lent by 
Thomas B. Clarke. In sculpture the most notable group is that of 
portraits by Houdon, in which, through the courtesy of their owners, 
his busts of Franklin, Jefferson, Paul Jones, Fulton, Lafayette and 
Condorcet are grouped about his figure of Washington. 

In the furnishing of the rooms and galleries the permanent collec- 
tions have been supplemented by many generous loans, among them 
the very numerous and important collection of Miss Ella Parsons. 

The mediaeval section of the Museum, to be installed in the south 
wing, is represented for the present by a small seleaion of choice 

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A PENNSYLVANIA-GERMAN ROOM 

THE HALL OF THE MILLER'S HOUSE FROM MILLBACH, LEBANON COUNTY 

THE GIFT OF MRS. PIERRE S. DU PONT 

AND MR. AND MRS. LAMMOT DU PONT 

THE FURNITURE IS THE GIFT OF J. STOGDELL STOKES 



objects in the upper foyer. In Oriental art we are fortunate in being 
able to exhibit at the new Museum two very important collections. The 
Joseph Lees Williams Memorial Collection of oriental carpets and rugs, 
for many years on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, is now lent 
to us by Mrs. Mary A. Williams; the colleaion of Far Eastern sculp- 
ture and painting formed by the late Charles H. Ludington, one of our 
trustees, is lent for a memorial exhibition by Wright S. Ludington. 

Other Exhibitions 
Aside from the inaugural exhibition in the new Museum, we have 
held during the past year a number of special exhibitions of interest 
and importance: Mexican church vestments and ivories lent by Salvador 
Ugarte; the Arts of Early India, with a unique series of sculptured 
figures forming the decoration of a shrine; Laces from Philadelphia 
colleaions; Engravings of the early Gernun school, lent by Boies 
Penrose, 2nd; Japanese prints of the Henry LaBarre Jayne memorial 
collection. 

Purchases 
The purchases of the year, made possible by the liberality of 
donors to the Museum, have been chiefly of antique architectural and 
decorative features destined to serve as major elements in the instal- 
lation of the new Museum. The policy, already established in the 
English and American sections, has been to acquire only complete 
works of high quality and known origin, representing styles and regions 
of major importance in the history of art. We have been fortunate 
indeed in securing for our mediaeval section two Romanesque en- 
sembles of a grandeur and completeness scarcely to be surpassed: the 
faqade of the abbey church of St. Laurent in Burgundy and the cloister 
of the church of St. Genis-des- Fontaines in the French Pyrenees. The 
series of French works is worthily continued by a large panel of 
Romanesque glass given by Mrs. John A. Brown, Jr.; the entire carved 
panelling of a Flamboyant Gothic room given by Mr. and Mrs. Whar- 
ton Sinkler; a Renaissance panelled room, very richly carved, given by 
Percy M. Chandler in memory of Almira Taylor Chandler; a superb 
Louis XV boiserie from the Chateau de Draveil near Paris; and a 
Louis XVI room of extreme beauty and refinement, from the rue 
Royale in Paris, given by Mrs. Alexander Hamilton Rice. 

From Italy we have acquired several elements of an early Renais- 
sance room — the Howard Roberts Memorial: an arched doorway of 
marble, with delicate arabesque carving, from the palace of Pauline 
Borghese in Rome, a carved stone doorway from Verona, and a carved 
ceiling from Mantua. The donors of this Memorial are Mrs. Timothee 

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Adamowski, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bell, Jr., Mrs. Edward Browning, 
Edward Browning, Jr., Mrs. John C. Groome, Mr. and Mrs. W. 
Barklie Henry, Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs, Clarence Lewis Roberts, Mrs, 
Edward Roberts, Edward Roberts, Mrs. Howard Roberts, Howard Rad- 
cliffe Roberts, Mrs. J. R. Evans Roberts, Paul Roberts, and William 
Twells Tiers. A magnificent chimneypiece of the XVI century is the 
gift of W. Lawrence Saunders, 2nd. From Spain is coming a Renais- 
sance ceiling from Seville, the gift of Mrs. Frank Thome Patterson. 

In the case of many gifts of funds for other specific objects of 
the sort from other periods and styles, purchases await only the finding 
of available works of corresponding quality. 

Among other purchases of the year may be mentioned fine antique 
damask and brocade in quantities sufficient for the draperies of seven 
of our period rooms, a linen bed garniture of 1785 with scenes from 
Rabelais, two pairs of Japanese wood doors, a set of bronze sacrificial 
vessels of the Han dynasty, a fine carved Philadelphia highboy, an 
exceptional Philadelphia Sheraton chair, a Worcester tea service of the 
Doctor Wall period, and numerous other items of ceramics. 

The total expenditure of the Museum for works of art during the 
past year, including works purchased specifically for it by donors, 
amounted to over $225,000 as against $102,659.19 last year. 

Gifts of Works of Art 

At a period, when our general policy has limited the purchase of 
works of art to certain classes, it has been very gratifying that private 
generosity should have been specially active in supplying others. 

Of great intrinsic value, but even greater significance and useful- 
ness to the Museum, is the Charles M. Lea Collection of engravings, 
the gift of Charlotte Augusta Lea, Marjorie Vaughan Lea Hudson, and 
Katharine Lea Hancock. Formed during a period of fifty years by the 
late Charles M. Lea and his father, Henry Charles Lea, it comprises 
some five thousand loose prints, richly representing the leading periods 
and masters. Particularly notable is the completeness of many rare 
series of prints. Some fifty old bound volumes of collected engravings 
increase the total number of prints by many hundreds. The gift in- 
cludes also a remarkably complete library of some three hundred and 
fifty volumes on the subject of prints, including early works rarely 
found. The print department of the Museum, hitherto numbering only 
the sporadic accessions by gift, now attains a strength commensurate 
with the general importance of the graphic arts and" the wide interest 
in them. 

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Of outstanding importance is the gift to the Museum by Miss 
Lydia Thompson Morris of the entire contents of Cedar Grove, ances- 
tral home of the Morris family, comprising furnishings of the greatest 
interest from the William and Mary, Chippendale and Hepplewhite 
periods. These she has replaced in their original positions in the house, 
removed and re-erected on a site in Fairmount Park, and now opened 
to the public under the administration of the Museum. In its single 
self it illustrates the evolution of Colonial art from 1720 to 1830 and 
constitutes a unique memorial. 

Not less interesting and important is the gift, by J. Stogdell Stokes, 
of substantially the entire contents of the two rooms from Millbach. It 
constitutes an assemblage of the arts and crafts of the Pennsylvania 
Germans, which is unsurpassed in its well rounded completeness. It 
embraces not only furniture, but also the ironwork, pewter, textiles, 
illuminated writing, and a large group of ceramic wares. The inclusion 
of a fine example of the so-called "Kentucky" rifle, made by the 
Pennsylvania Germans, suggests examination also of the collection of 
33 such rifles, richly carved and inlaid, also the gift of Mr. Stokes. It 
constitutes the entire group of flintlocks from the well known Wood- 
mansee Collection, examples of which have been widely illustrated in 
the leading discussions of American firearms. 

Among the other gifts reported from month to month in the 
Bulletin, the following groups may be particularly mentioned: portraits 
of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Lippincott from Miss Muriel Wurts Dundas; 
twenty-five dry points by Mary Cassatt, from Gardner Cassatt and Mrs. 
Charles P. Davis; eight pieces of English silver from Samuel Rea; a 
silver tea service and a suite of early American drawing-room furniture 
from Miss Mary W. Johnson; a set of Hepplewhite chairs from Mrs. 
Charles W. Henry; fifteen pieces of porcelain from Mrs. Alfred Duane 
Pell; a collection of filigree silver from Mrs. Margaret Outerbridge; a 
group of T'ang figures from Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wasserman; impor- 
tant items of Far Eastern sculpture and a considerable collection of 
Chinese textiles from an anonymous donor. 

The works of art received by gift during the year, over 5600, 
exceeded in number those of any previous year. 

Bequests of varied and interesting objects were received from the 
estates of Richard V. Mattison, Jr., of A. Manderson Troth, of Mrs. 
William Brooke Rawle, of Miss Nina Lea, and of Mrs. Emily Bacon 
Morrison, in memory of Edward and Lizzie Wright Bacon. 

Loans 
Although the great number of loans during the year includes 
objects for temporary exhibitions, many of these remain to be incor- 
porated in the general installation. 

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Notable among these are the forty-three rugs of the Joseph Lees 
Williams Memorial Colleaion, which is to be counted among the fore- 
most to be found anywhere. Of great value in illustrating the various 
epochs and styles of carpet design, in certain of its examples it is quite 
unrivalled. The superb Persian garden carpet, the tree carpet, the 
magnificent animal rug, the great dragon carpet, the group of impressive 
Ushaks, the remarkable Spanish armorial carpet would add lustre to any 
museum. 

The collection lent by Miss Ella Parsons numbers one hundred 
and thirty-five pieces of American and English furniture, many of 
unique rarity and importance, and two hundred and sixteen pieces 
of American and English silver. With such great reenforcements in 
the past year, the Museum's resources in American furniture are scarcely 
to be surpassed elsewhere. 

The laces of the Anna Dike Scott Collection, lent by Clement B. 
Newbold, with many others first lent for temporary exhibition, likewise 
remain to enrich the lace colleaion, so admirably developed this year 
under the charge of Miss Newbold. 

Other loans of groups of objects, aside from those for temporary 
exhibition, include important pictures by Rembrandt, Rubens and 
other masters from Roland L. Taylor, and tapestries lent by Daniel 
Moreau Barringer and by Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederick C. Stout. 



Memorial Hall 

Pending the completion of further galleries at the new Museum, 
the bulk of the mediaeval and oriental collections remains at Memorial 
Hall, along with the study colleaions of paintings, furniture, ceramics, 
glass, metal-work and textiles. The removal of certain objects to their 
new quarters has permitted expansion and rearrangement of these 
departments, which have been greatly enriched by the numerous objeas 
received during the year. 



The Library 

The library has been strengthened this year particularly through 
the purchase of many folio works on French decoration and furniture. 
We are still, however, quite unable to keep pace with current art 
publication while attempting to supply the lack of important earlier 
works. A large increase in the funds which can be devoted to the 
purchase of books must be regarded as a cardinal need. 

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Curatorial Personnel 

Joseph Downs, Assistant Curator, was named during the year 
Curator of Decorative Arts. His admirable work was largely responsible 
for the harmonious installation of the galleries and rooms of the new 
Museum. Miss Reath became Assistant Curator, continuing in charge 
of textiles. Francis H. Taylor came to the Museum in September as 
Assistant Curator of Sculpture and Editor of Publications, following 
an unusual training, particularly in the field of mediaeval art, at Penn- 
sylvania and Princeton, at the Sorbonne and at the American Academy 
in Rome. Missj Anna S. Newbold has assumed active charge of our 
colleaion of lace, with the advice of Miss Marian Hague, and of Mrs. 
William T. Carter, who continues to act as Honorary Curator. As for 
a number of years past, we have had faithful and effective assistance 
from many regular volunteer workers. 

Administrative Work 
The visitor to a museum, fortunately for his enjoyment, thinks but 
seldom of the arduous labor of preparation, of installation, of identifi- 
cation and record. It is thus the more due to acknowledge with grati- 
tude the admirable work of every member of the administrative staff 
in the heavy duties of this year of exceptional aaivity. By his co- 
operation with the architects and contraaors for the new building, 
and by his skillful planning of the task of moving, Mr. Pedersen 
made possible the feat of opening twenty-four galleries and rooms 
within seven months from the beginning of construrtion and two 
months from its completion. Miss Wolfe, the Registrar, and her 
assistants had an equal task in keeping pace not only with the transfer 
from old to new building, but with the unexampled tide of accessions. 
The photographic studio also met its heavy burden without any lower- 
ing of the high quality of its work, which has been so much admired. 

Publication and Sales 

The Museum Bulletin appeared this year in a new format, with 
distinguished typography and illustrations in the new aquatone process. 
It has attraaed very wide attention and reflects great credit on the 
work of Mr. Taylor, the new editor. The same standard of presentation 
was adopted for our book publications, in Miss Reath's new and useful 
volume "Weaves in Hand-Loom Fabrics." Through the courtesy of 
Thomas B. Clarke, a special catalogue of the Clarke colleaion of early 
American portraits was prepared and issued. 

As the scholarly reputation of a museum is enhanced by such 
publications as these, the popular fame of its collections is diffused 
largely through the wide sale of photographs and reproductions. At 
the sales desk of the new Museum we have made much progress in 
building up an adequate stock, with a greatly increased annual turnover. 



Attendance 

The attendance at the Museum with its branches was 458,293, as 
against 391,512 in the last fiscal year. Half of this number, or 222,275, 
visited the new Museum in the period of less than ten weeks since its 
opening. An interesting circumstance was the relatively small falling 
off in the attendance at Memorial Hall during the same period. The 
total was much in excess of that for any previous museum year and 
indicates a greatly stimulated public interest. 

Respectfully submitted, 

FiSKE Kimball, 

Director. 



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STATISTICAL TABLES 



Classes 

Architectural Details 

Fannie S. Magee Fund . . . 

Arms and Armour 

Books 

Library Fund 

Ceramics 

J. W. Lindsay Fund 

E. W. Lewis Fund 

John D. Mcllhenny Spe- 
cial Fund 

Clocks 

Costumes and Accessories. . . 

Crystals, Jade 

Dolls and Toys 

Drawings 

Enamels 

Fans 

Glass 

Glass, Stained 

Ivories 

Jewelry 

Lace 

Lantern Slides 

Manuscripts 

Medals and Coins 

Metal-work 

Taylor Fund 

Miniatures 

Miscellaneous 

Paintings 

Special Fund 

Photographs 

Prints 

Books of Collected Prints. 
Sculpture 

Special Fund 

Textiles 

Thomas S. Harrison Fund 

Installation Fund 

J. W. Lindsay Fund 

Offertory Fund 

Keehmle Fund 

Woodwork and Furniture. . . 

Harrison Fund 

Installation Fund 



ACCESSIONS 








1927-28 




1927-28 


1926-27 


quests 


Gifts 
2 

48 


Purchases 

1 


Totals 

3 
48 


Totals 


1 


312 












239 


552 


440 


128 


319 


6 
1 











42 


496 


25 










3 




31 




31 


10 
3 


3 






3 






5 




5 


1 


3 


1 




3 

1 


3 




11 




11 


9 




1 




1 


2 


94 


9 




103 






11 




11 


4 






504 


504 


922 

1 


4 






4 


2028 


34 


160 












9 


203 


49 


33 






33 




1 


38 

5 




39 


9 






1 


6 


5 






1646 


1646 


698 


1 


4708 










47 




4756 


54 




2 












15 


17 


37 


4 


93 


5 
6 
1 
4 










63 


176 


119 


15 


119 


2 










4 


140 


14 


321 


5922 


2549 


8792 


4436 



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LOANS 

1927-28 1926-27 

Arms and Armour 4 

Ceramics 109 453 

Costumes 3 

Crystals, Jades, Ivories 43 1 

Drawings 2 

Enamels 24 

Glass 1 56 

Jewelry, Fans 10 

Lace 408 3 

Lacquer Work 2 12 

Leather Work 11 

Manuscripts 2 139 

Metal-work 240 123 

Miniatures 1 54 

Miscellaneous 13 

Paintings 325 69 

Prints 334 1803 

Sculpture 88 20 

Textiles 118 620 

Toys 7 

Woodwork and Furniture 265 96 

Total 1986 3473 

Lenders of Objects of Art 92 128 



BEQUESTS RECEIVED 

Nina Lea. 

Richard V. Mattison, Jr. 

Emily Bacon Morrison, in memory of Edward and Lizzie W. Bacon. 

Elizabeth Norris Pepper Rawle. 

A. Manderson Troth. 



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ACCESSIONS: COMPARATIVE TABLES 



A. OBJECTS OF ART 

Bequests 
1928 321 

1927 19 

Inaease from 1927 302 

B. LIBRARY 

Books 

1928 1 

1927 

Inaease over 1927 1 

Decrease from 1927 

Photographs 

1928 

1927 

Increase over 1927 

Decrease from 1927 

Lantern Slides 

1928 

1927 

Decrease from 1927 

Bequests of Objeas of Art received . . . 

Donors of Objeas of Art 

Donors to the Library 



Gifts 


Purchases 


Totals 


5610 


399 


6330 


2268 


87 


2374 



3342 



312 



166 



3956 



312 


239 


552 


35 


405 


440 


277 




112 



55 


1646 
643 


1646 
698 


55 


1003 


948 




504 
922 


504 
922 




418 


418 




1927-28 


1926-27 




5 
84 
64 


2 
94 
54 



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DONORS OF OBJECTS OF ART 



Mrs. Timothee Adamowski 

Miss Mary Allison 

Art Club of Philadelphia 

President and Directors of the 
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bell, Jr. 

M. L. Blumenthal 

Mrs. Frederick Brown 

Mrs. John A. Brown, Jr. (In 
memory of John A, Brown, Jr., 
1839-1919.) 

Mrs. Edward Browning 

Edward Browning, Jr. 

Mrs. Mary A. Butlin 

Mrs. Hampton L. Carson 

Gardner Cassatt 

Percy M. Chandler (In memory 
of Almira Taylor Chandler) 

Miss Annie A. Cowell 

Miss Margaret G. Cowell 

Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe 

Mrs. Samuel M. Curwen 

Mrs. Charles P. Davis 

Mrs. Willlam A. Dick 

Henry Cowell DuBois 

H. Louis Duhring 

Miss Muriel Wurts Dundas 

H. A. Elsberg 

Mrs. George A. Fairlamb 

Mr. and Mrs. William O. Grif- 
fith 

Mrs. John C. Groome 

Miss Mary E. Hagner 

Mrs. F. Woodson Hancock 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Barklie Henry 

Mrs. Anna M. Hilt 

Mrs. Mar jorie Lea Hudson 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Janney 

Horace H. F. Jayne 

Miss Mary W. Johnson 

Edwin F. Keen 

A. Lawrence Kocher 



Estate of Dr. Charles A. Koder 

Arthur H. Lea 

Mrs. Charles M. Lea 

Miss Mary C. Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lippin- 

COTT 

George H. Lorimer 

Mrs. John McDowell 

Miss Bernice M. McIlhenny 

Henry P, McIlhenny 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Martin 

Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs 

Mrs. Richard Waln Meirs (In 

memory of Mrs. Jones Wister) 
Miss Lydia T. Morris 
Mrs. Claude H. Munn 
J. K. Nazare-Aga 
Mrs. Margaret Outerbridge 
Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 
Mrs. Alfred Duane Pell 
Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 
Mrs. G. Colesberry Purves (In 

memory of Guillermo Colesberry 

Purves) 
Mrs. Willlam Brooke Rawle 
Samuel Rea 
Samuea Rea (In memory of 

Charles Lanier) 
Mrs. Alexander Hamilton Rice 
Mrs. Craig D. Ritchie 
Miss Henrietta G. Ritchie 
Clarence Lewis Roberts 
Mrs. Edward Roberts 
Edward Roberts 
Mrs. Howard Roberts 
Howard Radcliffe Roberts 
Mrs. J. R. Evans Roberts 
Paul Roberts 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Robin- 

ETTE 

W. Lawrence Saunders, 2nd 
Mrs. George A. Saportas 



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Mr, and Mrs. Wharton Sinkler Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wasser- 

J. Stogdell Stokes man 

Mrs. Paul E. Sutro ^iss Emily Whelen 

, , „ _ _ Miss M. M. Wildman 

Miss Emily C. Tenbrook ^^^ j^^^ Woodall 

WiLLMM Twells Tiers Samuel W. Woodhouse, Jr. 

Joseph Trotter Miss Imogene V. Yarnall 



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DONORS TO THE LIBRARY 



American Association of 

Museums 
Art Institute of Chicago 
W. H. Battles 
Brooklyn Institute of Art 
Arthur Edwin Bye 
Carnegie Corporation 
City Art Museum of St. Louis 
Cleveland Museum of Art 
Detroit Museum of Art 
H. Louis Duhring 
Durand-Ruel Galleries 
Free Library of Philadelphl\ 
Harrold E. Gillingham 
John S. Jenks 

John Herron Art Institute 
F. French Kemp 
FiSKE Kimball 
Herman P. Kraft 
Miss Florence Levy 



Carl Marfals 
Miss Elinor Merrell 
Metropolitan Museum of Art 
Minneapolis Institute of Arts 
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 
Pennsylvania Society 
Regional Plan of New York 
Rhode Island School of Design 
Charles R. Richards 
Seligman Rey et Cie 
Smithsonian Institution 
Francis Henry Taylor 
G. Van Oest 
Miss Sophie Victor 
Victoria and Albert Museum 
Wadsworth Athenaeum 
Mrs. Langdon Warner 
Miss M. W. Wildman 
Worcester Art Museum 



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LENDERS OF OBJECTS OF ART 



American Philosophical 

Society 
Miss Henrietta M. E. Bache 
Mrs. Edgar Wright Baird 
Ellis Ames Ballard 
George Grey Barnard 
James W. Barney 
Daniel Moreau Barringer 
Mrs. Adolphe Borie 
Miss Anne Linn Bright 
Miss Alice G. Brock 
Henry G. Brock 
Arthur Edwin Bye 
Mrs. John Cadwalader 
Mrs. Hampton L. Carson 
Chapel of the Mediator 
Thomas B. Clarke 
Cleveland Museum of Art 
Mrs. William M. Darlington 
H. F. Dawson 

Miss Maria Donnell Dickey 
Drexel Institute of Art, Sa- 

ENCE and Industry 
A. S. Drey 
H. Louis Duhring 
Miss Muriel Wurts Dundas 
DuvEEN Brothers 
Miss Earp 

Mrs. William Baker Elliott 
H. A. Elsberg 
Mrs. Laurence Eyre 
Daniel H. Parr 
Thomas J. Flanagan 
P. W. French & Company 
Mrs. Francis P. Garvan 
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Grif. 

fith 
Miss Marion Hague 
Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison, 

Jr. 
Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman 
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Horter 



Mr. and Mrs. R. Sturgis Inger- 

SOLL 

Horace H. F. Jayne 

The Trustee of the John G. 

Johnson Collection 
John Barry Kelly 
Miss Anne Knight 
C. Hartman Kuhn 
Mrs. Lida Lemal in the name 

of Rev. William Watson 
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Lie- 

BERMAN 

C T. Loo 

Wright S. Ludington 

Mrs. Campbell Madeira 

A. E. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. George H. Mc- 

Fadden 
Mrs. John D. McIlhenny 
Mrs. Paul Denckla Mills 
National Academy of Design 
Clement B. Newbold 
Miss Sophie B, Norris 
Parish- Watson & Company 
Miss Ella Parsons 
Frank Partridge 
Miss Eleanor C. Patterson 
Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 
Boies Penrose, 2nd 
Dr. Theodore Pitcairn 
Mrs. Andrew Wagener Porter 
Miss Prime 

Dr. George Earle Raiguel 
Howard Reifsnyder 
Mrs. Edgar Scott 
Society of the Sons of Saint 

George 
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Speiser 
Stair and Andrew 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. 

Stanley 
Mrs. Alfred G. B. Steel 



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J. Stogdell Stokes 

Mrs. W. S. Stokes 

Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 

Mr. and Mrs, C. Frederick C. 

Stout 
James F. Talbutt 
Roland L. Taylor 
Dr. William J. Taylor 
Mr, and Mrs, Carroll S. Tyson, 

Jr. 
Salvador Ugarte 



Commonwealth of Virginia 
Scott Vogan 
John Wanamaker 
Willl\m Stdc Wasserman 
White, Allom & Company 
S. S. White, 3rd 
George D. Widener 
Mrs. Mary A. Willl\ms 
Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts 
Samuel Yellin 



ATTENDANCE 

June 1, 1927 to May 31, 1928 

Memorial Hall 227,928 

-New Museum (March 26-May 31, 1928) 243,685 

Mount Pleasant 4,765 

Cedar Grove (January 17-June 1, 1928) 3,325 



1918-19. 
1919-20. 
1920-21. 
1921-22. 
1922-23. 
1923-24. 
1924-25. 
1925-26. 
1926-27. 
1927-28. 



COMPARATIVE TABLES, 1918-1928 



Memorial Hall 
(Normal) 

336,559 
337,611 
386,182 
342,081 
296,497 
311,993 
336,175 
301,167 
361,718 
227,928 



Flower 
Shows 



Mount 
Pleasant 



Cedar 
Grove 



New 
Museum 



85,188 

112,380 

19,224 



10,570 
4,765 



3,325 



222,275 



479,703 



Total 

336,559 
337,611 
386,182 
342,081 
296,497 
311,993 
421,363 
413,547 
391,512 
458,293 



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REPORT OF THE PRINCIPAL OF THE SCHOOL 

To the President and Trustees of the Pennsylvania Museum and School 
of Industrial Art: 

I have the honor of presenting to you my third Annual Report. 

The School 

The school in its educational growth and development during the 
past year begins to reveal a greater understanding of the numerous 
possibilities in Industrial Art. We have persistently pursued the de- 
velopment and appreciation of Design and its application to materials. 
In one department of the school the greater part of the time is devoted 
to the carrying on of technical processes, while in the other department 
the time is devoted to research and study, to ideas in composition and 
design through drawing and painting and to the practice of the subjects 
of special professional interest to the student. 

The opportunity for a greater educational development could be 
found in few schools in this country, — on the one hand, the scientific 
planning and developing of ideas in industrial processes with materials, 
and on the other hand, the developing of ideas expressed through 
research, design and color, drawing and painting. It offers the greatest 
possibility for achievement in Art in Industry — the chance for the 
student designer to develop judgment and discrimination in taste and 
for the student craftsman to produce in materials things of great beauty. 
It is to this end I draw your attention. The school today is moving 
rapidly to a better understanding of design and of the important part 
good design, color and discriminating taste play in the field of indus- 
try. The principles underlying the subject matter have been so handled 
that the school may not be known in method and theory either as the 
"old school way" or as the "modern school way," but as a school 
grounded in fundamental principles, one whose expression takes, in 
idea, the form best suited to the individual, and with this carries its 
own fitness to the purpose of the idea. This thought has been very 
clearly exemplified in the annual exhibition of student work from both 
the Textile and Art Departments. 

Registration 
The total number of students attending the school for the year 
1927-1928 was 1,528 divided as follows: 
Art Department: 

Day School 534 

Evening School 318 

Saturday School 234 

Summer School 1927 79 

1.165 

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Textile Department: 

Day School 120 

Evening School 243 



Graduation 



363 

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Art Department 

Textile Department 

Exhibitions of Students' Work 
There have been outstanding student exhibitions during the winter 
— European sketches in water color, pen and ink, and clay, by George 
Sklar and Robert Rushton, Traveling Scholarship students of 1927, and 
Alfred Krakusin, Class of 1927; the Saturday Junior Class, Museum 
Study and Research; an exhibition of the work of the Design Class; 
an exhibition of the work of the Poster and Advertising Design Class; 
the Spring Fashion Show staged in the ball room of the Manufacturers' 
Club by students of the Costume Design and Costume Pageantry 
Classes; the annual exhibition of students' work — these exhibitions have 
told clearly the progress of the educational development of the Art 
Department. While great emphasis is laid upon the development of 
individual problems and class work and museum research, it is, after 
all, through the product of the school we are to be judged. The 
exhibitions have been stimulating to the students and have received 
most favorable comment from concerns outside, who in turn will seek 
to employ for professional work students trained in such a school. 
Already a large number of students who were graduated this year have 
been sought to fill industrial art positions. 

Competitions 
Certain awards have been made through competition, giving stu- 
dents of the School the opportunity to test their abilities to fulfill certain 
definite requirements from both an artistic and a technical standpoint. 

The following awards were made: 
Posters for the Automobile Show: 

First Award David Walker 

Posters for the University of Pennsylvania Freshman Frolic: 

Edward Evans 
Beaux Arts Competition in Interior Decoration Design: 

Lester Peifer ' 

Ina Weisberg 

Charlotte Spanogle Second 

Joseph McElroy Mention 

Nelson Lebo 

Harold Borow 



Horace Fuller 
Elsie Sork 
Harold Hill 
Hortense Cassell 



First 
Mention 



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Posters for the Flower Festival: 

First Award George Marsh 

Second Award , Margaret Keisen 

Third Award David Walker 

Rug Designs for the Art Alliance of America: 

First Award Harriet Helander 

Second Award Ada Meiswinkle 

Third Award Vincent Tilden 

Fourth Award Emily Garnet 

Fijth Award Edith McLaughlin 

Posters for Abbott Maid Ice Cream: 

First Award Paul Egner 

Second Award Harry Deitch 

Third Award Marian Barclay 

Fourth Award Margaret Keisen 

Fijth Award Alice McIlvaine 

Sixth Award Elizabeth Zickler 

Posters for the June Fete of the Abington Hospital: 

First Award Russell Jones 

Stage setting painted by students in Design for the Boy Scout cele- 
bration at the Commercial Museum. 



Loan Exhibitions 

The following exhibitors have given us through their splendid 
work much stimulation and we have enjoyed the atmosphere created 
through their work: 
Stained Glass and Cartoons for Stained Glass Windows — Charles 

Connick, November 15th to 29th 
Exhibition of Memorial Stained Glass Windows — Nicola D'Ascenzo, 

December 1st to January 1st 
Illustrations, drawings and paintings — Thornton Oakley, January 
Water Color Sketches — Herbert Pullinger, February 
Pastel Drawings of New York City — H. Devitt Welsh, March. 
Water Colors — Edward Suydam, April 2nd to I4th 
Association of Allied Arts — April l6th 

Through the interest of Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts, aided by the 
Associate Committee of Women, a beautiful exhibition of Indian and 
Paisley Shawls was held in the Textile Exhibition Room. 

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Library 

As the library is intended for study and research, it is gratifying 
to know that 15,000 visits have been made to it during the year. Of 
this number, 942 represents the night school attendance. 

Last year the Associate Committee of Women voted $150, to be 
used for books for the library, of which $80 were still available this 
year. This Committee very generously added some $75 to this fund, 
enabling us to enrich the library still further in its various departments. 
The most notable of these books were "The History of French Mascu- 
line Costume" by de Giafferri, a collection of plates that augmented 
our "History of French Costume of the World" by the same author; 
"The Diaionary of English Furniture" by Percy Macquoid and Ralph 
Edward. This latter work in three volumes is of very great value, 
being both comprehensive and authoritative. 

Gifts 

We have had the pleasure of being the recipient of a number of 
valued gifts. 

The following individual donors to the Library presented books, 
plates, prints, magazines, etc.: 

Associate Committee of Women 

Mr. Ellis Ames Ballard 

Field Museum of Natural History 

Mr. Roscoe F. Fertig 

Mrs. C. F. Judson 

Miss Elizabeth J. Lea 

Manufacturing Photo-Engravers Association 

Mrs. John D. McIlhenny 

Mrs. Thornton Oakley 

Miss Nancy Andrews Reath 

Mrs. John Reilly 

Smithsonian Institution 
Mr. Henry Brinton Coxe made a generous contribution to be used 
for necessary equipment in the Costume Design Department. 

Mr. J. Bunford Samuel presented to the School a beautiful old 
embroidered handerchief. 

The Costume Design Department received with keen appreciation 
contributions of materials from the following mills: Folwell Bros. & 
Company, Walther Manufacturing Company, Inc., Wm. F. Read Sons 
& Company, Continental Mills, Cleveland Worsted Mills, F. A. Boch- 
mann & Company, Inc., Aberfoyle Manufacturing Company, and the 
Virginia Woolen Company. 

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Awards 

In addition to the very generous awards made by the Associate 
Committee of Women, the other outstanding awards were: 

The Art School European Traveling Scholarships, for the purpose 
of travel and study. Awarded to Hubert Logan and Carolyn John. 

An award for painting to be used for a summer painting class at 
Cape Cod, presented by Mrs, William A, Dick. Awarded to Emily 
Mercer, 

Awards to be used in visiting the Museums of New York City, 
presented by Mrs. J. Louis Ketterlinus for exceptional work in Practice 
Teaching. Awarded to Lois Rapp, Myra Boyle and Margaret Hoar. 

Lectures 

The following lectures have been given at the School this year: 
To the Illustration Class: 

Mr. Edward Shenton Mrs. Elizabeth Shippen Green 

Mr. Edward Suydam Elliott 

Mr. Frank Schoonover Miss Jessie Willcox Smith 

To the Poster and Advertising Design Class: 

Mr. Dee Brown Mr. Tony Meeley 

Mr. Henry Pitz Mr. Charles A. Stinson 

Mr. Wm. Alexander To the Costume Design Class: 

Mr. Sidney Lomas Madame Meeley 

In presenting this, my review of the year, in the form of an 
Annual Report, it gives me great pleasure to speak of my keen appre- 
ciation of the fine support and co-operation of the Trustees, the Asso- 
ciate Committee of Women, the Staff, the Faculty and the students of 
the School in bringing the work of the year to a successful conclusion. 

Respeafully submitted, 

Edmondson Hussey, 

Principal. 



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REPORT OF THE TREASURER 

For the Fiscal Year Ended May 31, 1928 

GENERAL FUND 

RECEIPTS 

For operation (including Maintenance) 

State of Pennsylvania Contribution $50,000.00 

City of Philadelphia Contribution 12,500.00- 

Income from Endowments 17,320.43 

Membership Dues 13,027.00 

Tuition Fees 150,938.50 

Miscellaneous 298.56 

$244,084.49 

Contribution City of Phila- 
delphia Unpaid for 1927 $37,500.00"" 

Excess of Expenditures .... 29,746.20 

67,246.20 

$311,330.69 

EXPENDITURES 

For Museum Maintenance $53,750.53 

School Maintenance 226,076.96 

Administration (General Expense) .... 31,503.20 



-$311,330.69 



RESTRICTED FUNDS 

RECEIPTS 

For Purchase of Museum Collections 

Income from Endowments. . $21,897.25 
Gifts and Membership Dues 16,617.91 



For Other Purposes 

Income from Endowments. . $13,794.33 
Gifts and Miscellaneous 

Receipts 40,625.51 



,515.16 



54,419.84 
$92,935.00 



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EXPENDITURES 

For Museum Collections $54,469.39 

Other Purposes 36,839.18 

$91,308.57 

Balance 1,626.43 



$92,935.00 



ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 



ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank $58,061.49 

Real Estate (cost) $550,778.99 

Less Mortgages 500,000.00 

50,778.99 

Investments (cost) 799,291.49 

Contribution State of Pennsylvania due May 

31, 1928 12,500.00 

$920,631.97 

Balance 76,846.80 

$997,478.77 

LIABILITIES 

Scholarship Funds 54,267.19 

Prize Funds 11,199.57 

Miscellaneous Funds 735,213.38 

$800,680.14 

Temporary Loans 115,000.00 

Restriaed Funds 59,815.22 

Miscellaneous Funds 21,983.41 

$997,478.77 

We have examined the books and accounts of The Pennsylvania 
Museum and School of Industrial Art for the year ending May 31, 
1928, and we hereby certify that the foregoing Report of the Treasurer 
and the Statement of Assets and Liabilities correctly set forth the true 
financial position of the institution as of that date. 

Respeafully submitted. 

Miller, Franklin, Basset & Co., Inc., 
Chas. C. Hunziker, 

Certified Public Accountant. 
June 11, 1928. 

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REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE 
OF WOMEN 

To the President and Board of Trustees: 

I herewith present the Forty-first Annual Report of the Associate 
G)mmittee of Women, compiled from the annual reports of the various 
chairmen of committees. 

It is with profound sorrow that we record the death of two of our 
officers, Mrs. Albert B. Weimer, Corresponding Secretary, and Miss 
Nina Lea, a Vice-President. 

Mrs. W. Standley Stokes was eleaed to fill the unexpired term of 
Corresponding Secretary and Mrs. Edgar W. Baird to fill that of Vice- 
President. 

It was with sincere regret that the Committee found it necessary 
to accept the resignation of a former valued Secretary, Mrs. Henry S. 
Grove, who was unanimously voted an Honorary Member. The resig- 
nation of Mrs. Littleton W. T. Waller was accepted with regret. 

Two new members have been eleaed to fill vacancies: Mrs. Fitz 
Eugene Dixon and Mrs. Stanley G. Flagg, Jr. 

The Committee has given two Traveling Scholarships of $800 each 
this year from the Traveling Scholarship Fund. 

This has been a very successful year in the Costume Class. 
Through the efforts of members of this committee, unusually beautiful 
woolens were donated by several manufacturers, which made the coats 
exhibited in the annual Fashion Show particularly noticeable. 

The Entertainment Committee turned over to the Students' League 
House $1300, leaving in its treasury a balance of $3282 of the money 
received as the result of its appeal to the public. 

The work of the House Committee has been so simplified since the 
coming of Mrs. Bridges, and with the co-operation of Mr. Hussey, that 
there is little for the Committee to do. The Associate Committee has 
supplied an electric iron and chintz curtains among other gifts, all of 
which are most appreciated. 

To last year's balance of $80 in the Library fund the Associate 
Committee added $75, with which needed books were purchased. The 
most notable of these were "The History of French Masculine Cos- 
tume" by de Giafferri, a collection of plates to augment the "History 
of French Feminine Costume" bought previously, and the "History of 
Feminine Costume in the World" by the same author. The "Dictionary 

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of English Furniture" by Percy Macquoid and Ralph Edward, in three 
volumes, was presented by Mrs. Charles Wolcott Henry, Mrs. John D. 
Mcllhenny and Miss Hinchman. Added to this, several of the Com- 
mittee have sent in copies of old magazines that were much appreciated. 
15,000 visits have been made to the Library this year to date. 

Possibly, the chief attention of the members has been focussed on 
the endeavor to help raise the sum of $1,850,000, which in the estima- 
tion of the Board of Trustees was necessary to place the objeas of 
art adequately in the new Museum. 

While there is a question among educators as to the ethical value 
of prizes in general, the experience of this School has been in most 
cases that the prize — usually a money award — has been a real help and 
an incentive to continued effort. Besides the prizes created by endow- 
ments of former members of this Committee, $470 have been con- 
tributed. 

All students at the present time holding scholarships granted 
through the School and the Associate Committee of Women are in 
excellent standing. 

The Students' League House Committee announced with regret the 
resignation of Miss Harshberger because of illness, after eighteen years 
faithful and devoted service. The temporary superintendent has been 
most interested and helpful. 

This year's annual exhibition for the Textile students, planned by 
Mrs. C. Stewart Wurts, was of Indian, Persian and Paisley shawls. 
Since these shawls are no longer made, it being a lost art, those shown 
were old, some over one hundred years, and many were very fine. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ruth C. Stokes, 
Corresponding Secretary. 



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MEMBERSHIP 

EXTRACTS FROM THE CHARTER 

The Corporation shall be composed of persons who may become 
members upon such terms as the Trustees shall determine. 

EXTRACT FROM THE BY-LAWS 

Classification of Members 

Benefactors, who contribute or bequeath $25,000 or more to the 
Corporation. 

Patrons, who contribute or bequeath $5,000 to the Corporation. 

• Fellows, who contribute $1,000 at one time. 

Life Members, who contribute $500 at one time. 

Associates, who contribute $250 a year. 

Sustaining Members, who contribute $100 a year. 

Contributing Members, who contribute $25 a year. 

Annual Members, who contribute $10 a year. 

Any person may be eleaed Benefactor, Patron, Fellow or Life 
Member, who shall have made a gift to an amount requisite for admis- 
sion to the respeaive class, and Honorary Benefaaor, Honorary Patron 
or Honorary Fellow, who shall have made a loan of an important work 
of art or colleaion of a value equal to the gift of the corresponding 
class of members of the Corporation. 

Members in any of the above classes may be nominated and elected 
at the stated meetings of the Board of Trustees. Three-fourths of the 
votes cast shall be necessary to elect members. 

BenefaCTors, Patrons, Fellows and Life Members shall not be 
liable to annual dues. 

All funds received from Benefactors, Patrons, Fellows and Life 
Members shall be permanently invested as part of the Endowment 
Fund, unless otherv/ise requested by the donor. 

The dues of Members who pay annually shall be payable in 
advance. 

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MEMBERS OF THE CORPORATION 

Benefaaors, Patrons and Fellows are enrolled in perpetuity. Those 
deceased are indicated by italics. 

BENEFACTORS 

Lud'tngton, Charles H, 

Mcllhenny, John D. 

Morris, Miss Lydia Thompson 



Baugh, Margaret L. 
Chandler, Percy M. 
Curtis, Cyrus H. K. 
Elkins, William M. 
Frishmuth, Sarah S. 
Henry, Mrs. Charles Wolcott 
Lea, Charlotte Augusta 
Lorimer, George Horace 



Shippe77, Elizabeth Swift 

Rice, Mrs. Alexander Hamilton 

Sinkler, Mrs. Wharton 

Weightman, William 

Wood, William 



PATRONS 



Batrd, John 
Barton, Susan R. 
Bispham, George Tucker 
Blanc hard, Anna 
Blanchard, Harriet 
BoDiNE, Samuel T, 
Brown, Mrs. John A., Jr. 
Browning, Mrs. Edward 
Childs, George W. 
Clark, Clarence M. 
Combs, Mrs. Mary A. 
Cramp, Mrs. Theodore W. 
DissTON, Henry and Sons 
Dobbins, Ivliss Mary A. 
Dolan, Thomas 
Drexel, A. J. 
Drexel, F. A. 

Flagg, Stanley Griswold, Jr. 
Garrett, Julia 
Garrett, W. E., Jr. 
Gibson, Henry C. 
Gibson, Henry C. 
Gibson, Susan W. P. 
Harrison, Thomas Skelton 
Henry, Mrs. J. Norman 
Hoffman, Benjamin R. 
Houston, H. H. 
Ingersoll, Charles E. 
Jenks, John Story 
Johnson, Eldridge Reeves 
Kent, A. Atwater 
Kent, Mrs. A. Atwater 
Laughlin, Miss Anne Irwin 
Laughlin, Henry A. 



Lea, Henry C. 

Lea, Nina 

Lippincott, Agnes 

McFadden, John H. 

Magee, Fannie S. 

Martin, John C. 

Martin, Mrs. John C. 

Meigs, Mrs. Arthur V. 

Moore, Clara J. 

Morris, John T. 

Nichols, Mrs. H, S. Prentiss 

Page, Louis Rodman 

Patterson, Mrs. Frank Thorne 

Pell, Alfred Duane 

Price, Eli Kirk 

Rea, Samuel 

Rea, Mrs. Samuel 

Roberts, Mrs. Howard 

Rosenwald, Lessing J. 

Search, Theodore C. 

Scott, Anna D. 

Seeler, Edgar V. 

Simpson, Alex., Jr. 

Sinkler, Wharton 

Smith, Mrs. C Morton 

Starr, Isaac Tatnall 

Stokes, J. Stogdell 

Sulzberger, Mayer 

Taylor, Mary E. 

Taylor, Roland L. 

Temple, Joseph E. 

Whitney A. and Sons 

WiDENER, George D. 

Willl\ms, Charles F. 



Wister, Sabine d'lnvilliers 



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FELLOWS 



Allen, Laura 
Armstrong, F. Wallis 
Artman, Mrs. Caroline Foer- 

DERER 

Austin, Lucylle 
Ballard, Ellis Ames 
Battles, Mrs. Frank 
Beeber, Dimner 
B. T. B. 

Benson, Mrs. Edwin N., Jr. 
Berwind, Mrs. Henry A. 
BiDDLE, Mrs. Arthur 
Blair, Andrew 
BocKius, Morris R. 
Bond, Charles 
Boyd, William 
Bracken, Francis B. 
Brown, James Crosby 
Browning, Mrs. Edward 
Brubaker, Mrs. Albert P. 
Bullitt, Orville H. 
Burnham, Mrs. George, Jr. 
Carson, Hampton L. 
Carson, Mrs. Hampton L. 
Carter, Mrs. William T. 
Cassatt, Gardner 
Chamberlin, William B. 
Coleman, Fannie B. 
Coles, Mary R. 
CoxE, Mrs. Alexander Brown 
CoxE, Mrs. Henry Brinton 
Crane, T. L 

CURTIN, WlLLL\M WiLSON 

Davis, Mrs. John P. 
Day, Charles C. 
Day, Mrs. Charles C. 
Dick, Mrs. William A. 
Dixon, Mrs. Samuel G. 
Dorrance, John T. 
Dorrance, Mrs. John T. 
DuPoNT, Lammot 
DuPont, Mrs. Lammot 



DuPoNT, Mrs. Pierre S. 
Earle, Mrs. George H., Jr. 
EisENLOHR, Charles J. 
Evans, Ralph B. 
Eels, Samuel S. 
Frazier, George Harrison 
FuGUET, Howard 
Fuller, Walter D. 
Fuller, Mrs. Walter D. 
Gates, Thomas S. 
Geist, Clarence H. 
Gest, William P. 
Griscom, Rodman E. 
Griswold, Mrs. Frank Tracey 
Hallahan, Walter J. 
HoPKiNsoN, Edward J. 
Horn, Joseph V. 
Horner, Samuel, Jr. 
Hubbard, Mrs. Henry V. 
Huff, Mrs. George F. 
Humphreys, Miss Letitia 
Hutchinson, Mrs. Joseph B. 
Hutchinson, Sydney E. 
Ingersoll, Henry McKean 
Jayne, Horace H. F. 
Jenkins, Charles F. 
Jenks, John S. 
Johnson, Alba B. 
Johnson, Mrs. Edwin J. 
Keen, Edwin F. 
Ladd, Mrs. Westray 
Lavino, E. J. 
Lea, Arthur H. 
Lea, Mrs. Arthur H. 
Leeds, Morris E. 
LippiNcoTT, J. Bertram 
Lippincott, Mrs. J. Bertram 
Mansure, Edmund L. 
Mason, John H., Sr. 
McClatchy, John H. 
McCreary, Mrs. George D. 
McIlhenny, Mrs. John D. 



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McMuRTRiE, Miss Ellen Smith, John Story 

Morris, Lawrence J. Smith, Lewis Lawrence 

Morris, Samuel Wheeler Sullivan, James F. 

Newbold, Arthur E,, Jr. Sullivan, John J. 

Newton, A. Edward Thomson, Walter S. 

Peck, Staunton B. Townsend, Mrs. David 
Pell, Mrs, Cornelia Livingston Tubize Artificial Silk Co. 

Prime, Mrs. Alfred C. Tyson, Mrs. Carroll S., Jr. 

Reifsnyder, Howard Van Dyke, J. W. 

Randolph, Anna Vaux, Henry Pepper 

Reilly, George Vaux, Mrs. Henry Pepper 

Robins, Thomas Waller, Mrs. Littleton W. T., 

RODENBOUGH, ElMER E. JR. 

Roosevelt, Nicholas G. Warriner, Samuel D. 

RossMASSLER, Mrs. Richard Wentz, Williamia W. 

Saunders, William L., 2nd Williams, David E. 
Saunders, Mrs. William L., 2nd Williams, John B. 

Smith, Albert L. Windrim, John T. 

Smith, Edward B., Jr. Wolf, Morris 

Smith, Geoffrey S. Zimmermann, John E. 



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LIFE MEMBERS 



Allen, Joseph 
AuDENRiED, Mrs. Lewis 
Baeder, Adamson & Co, 
Barney, James W. 
Battles, H. H. 
Battles, Mrs. H. H. 
Beardwood, Mrs. Joseph T. 
Beck, Miss Adele M. 
Bein, August 
Blaetz, Jacob H. 
Blair, Mrs. Andrew 
Blakiston, Miss Mary 
Bland, P. Brooke 
Bland, Mrs. P. Brooke 
Boericke, Gideon 
Boger & Crawford 
Bok, Edward W. 
BoK, Mrs. Edward W. 
Bower, F. B. 
Bower, William H. 
Braun, John F. 
Brazier, Miss E. Josephine 
Bready, Edwin F. 
Brock, Henry G. 
Bryant, Henry G. 
Budd, Edward J. 
Butcher, Henry C. 
Butcher, Mrs. Henry C. 

Caldwell, J. E. & Co. 

Capp, Seth Bunker 

Carpenter, Captain Aaron E. 

Chase, Mrs. Mary Justice 

Chichester, Mrs. George 

Clark, Charles D. 

Clark, Edward Walter 

Clark, Walton 

Clark, Mrs. Walton 

Clarke, Louis S. 

Cochran, M. 

Coleman, Edward R. 

Collins, Henry H. 



Collins, Mrs. P. S. 
Cope, Miss Caroline E. 
Curwen, Samuel 
De La Cour, J. Carl 
De La Cour, Mrs. J. Carl 
DoBSON, John and James, Inc. 
Dreer, Mrs. William F. 
Drexel, Mrs. John R. 
Duhring, Mrs. Henry 
DU Pont de Nemours, E. I. & Co. 
DWIER, W. Kirkland 
Eagleson, John 
Eshner, Augustus A. 
Eddystone Mfg. Co. 
Elkins, George W., Jr. 
Evans, Miss Lena Cadwalader 
Evans, Thomas 
Evans, Mrs. Thomas 
Eyre, Mrs. Lawrence 
Fay, Leonard A. 
Pels, Mrs. Samuel S. 
Ford, Bruce 
Ford, Mrs. Bruce 
FouLKROD, Mrs. John J., Jr. 
Fromuth, August G. 
Fuller, Mrs. William A. M. 
Furness, Mrs. H. H., Jr. 
Garrett, Mrs. Walter 
Geyelin, Mrs. Emile C. 
Gribbel, John 
Grove, Mrs. Henry S. 
Harper, Warner 
Harper, Mrs. Warner 
Harrison, George L. 
Harrison, Henry Norris 
Harrison, John, Jr. 
Harvey, J. S. C. 
Harvey, Mrs. J. S. C 
Harvey, R. Wistar 
Hatfield, Henry R. 
Heimerdinger, Leo H. 
Helme, William E. 



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Helme, Mrs. William E. 
Heppe, Florence J. 
Hetzel, George J. 
Hill, George W. 

HiNCHMAN, Miss Anne 

HiNCHMAN, Miss MaRGARETTA S. 

Hires, Charles E. 
Horn & HAia)ART Baking Co. 
Horrocks, Chas. M. & J. Howard 
Horstmann, Wm. H. &. Sons 
Jackson, Albert Atlee 
Jackson, Mrs. Albert Atlee 
Jarden, Mrs. Mary Templin 
Jayne, David & Sons 
Johnson, Mrs. George K. 
Johnson, Herbert 
Johnson, R. Winder 
JusTi, Henry M. 
Justice, Mrs. William W. 
Keen, Mrs. Edwin F. 
Kennedy, John M., Jr. 
Ketterlinus, J. Louis 
Ketterlinus, Mrs. J. Louis 
Klauder, Charles Z. 
Klebansky, Wolf 
Klebansky, Mrs. Wole 
Krumbhaar, Mrs. Edward B. 
Landenberger, J. Willl\m 
Earner, Chester W. 
Leisenring, Edward B. 
Lewis, Mrs. John Frederick 
Lewis, Richard A. 
LiPPiNCOTT, Walter H. 
Lloyd, Malcolm, Jr. 
Logan, Mrs. Robert R, 
LowRY, John C. 
MacNeill, William 
Madeira, Louis C. & Sons 
Mason, Miss Jane Graham 
Matteossian, Mrs. Herant 

Baron 
May, Mrs. Joseph 
McCahan, William J., Jr. 
McLanahan, M. Hawley 



McMicHAEL, Emory 
McMiCHAEL, Mrs. Emory 
McNeely, Miss Florence 
McNeely, Robert K. 
McNeely, Mrs. Robert K. 
McOwEN, Frederick 
Meigs, Arthur L 
Meirs, Mrs. Richard Waln 
Mertz, Mrs. Oscar E. 
Mertz, Oscar E., Jr. 
Miles, Thomas H, 
Miller, Mrs, Benjamin 
Miller, Mrs. E. Clarence 
MiLLviLLE Mfg. Co. 
Milne, David 
Montgomery, Robert L. 
Montgomery, Mrs. Robert L. 
Moore, Mrs, Amory C. 
Moore, Clarence B. 
Morris, Effingham 
Morton, Mrs. Arthur V. 
Newbold, Mrs, John S. 
Newton, Mrs. Jewett B. 
Oehrle Brothers 
Oliver Knitting Co. 
Olsen, Tinius, Sr. 
Perot, T. Morris, Jr. 
PiTCAiRN, Raymond 
Powers, Thomas Harris 
Proctor and Schwartz 
Provident Life & Trust Co. 
Quaker Lace Co. 
RoBBiNs, George A. 
Roberts, Mrs. Charles 
Roberts, George Brinton 
Roberts, Mrs. George Brinton 
Robinson, Anthony Wayne 
Ross, Adam A. 
Rossmassler, Walter H. 
Ryan, James J. 
Countess of Santa Eulalia 
ScHOLES, William Sons, Inc. 
Schmidt, Charles E. 



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ScHWEHN, Harry J. 
Scott, William H. 
Segal, Adolph 
Semple, Helen 
Semple, Mrs, Matthew 
Sewall, Arthur W. 
Sewall, Mrs. Arthur W. 
Smith, Mrs. A. Percival 
Smith, Horace Eugene 
Smith, Mrs. Jacqueline H. 
Smith, Mrs. Lewis Lawrence 
Spink, William 
Steel Heddle Mfg. Co. 
Steele, Joseph M. ' 
Stewardson, Emlyn L. 
Stokes, Mrs. Horace 
Sullivan, James J. 
Supplee-Wills-Jones Milk Co. 
Sutro, Paul E. 
Sykes Brothers, Inc. 



Taft, Elihu B. 
Thayer, Mrs. Sydney 
Thomas, T. Lewis 
Thropp, Mrs. Joseph E. 
Todd, Mrs. Forde Anderson 
Tonner, Mrs. William T. 
TowNSEND, Miss Pauline 
Wagner, Samuel 
Warden, W. G. 
Warner, Langdon 
Welsh, Francis Ralston 
Wetherill and Brother 
Whitall, Tatum Co. 
Williams, Mrs. David E. 
Wood, Mrs. Charles Martin 
Wood, Walter 
Wriggins, Charles C. 
Wright, Mrs. Raymond D. B. 
Wyatt, Mrs, Walter S. 



SUSTAINING MEMBERS 



Atlas Dye Works 
Brooks Brothers Co. 
Clothier, Isaac 
Continental Mills, Inc. 
Erben-Harding Co. 
Fairmount Park Art 

Assocl\tion 
Masland, C. H. & Sons, Inc. 



McGuiRK, John J. 
Philadelphia Electric Co. 
Roberts, Mrs. Percival, Jr. 
Star and Crescent Co. 
Stead-Miller Company 
Wetherill, Mrs. Samuel P. 
Wilson, James and Sons 
Wood, Edward Randolph 



CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS 



Abbott's Alderney Dairies Bochmann, F. A. and 

Art Alliance, The 

Bains, E, 

Bates, Daniel Moore 

Beck, Charles L. 

Bishop, Robert P. 

Blakiston, Kenneth M. 

Bloch. Arthur 



Campbell, John J. 
Company, Inc. Carstairs, Daniel H. 

Bonnell, Mrs. Henry H. Clay, Miss Helen Maud 
Bromley, Henry S. Clay, Mrs. Mary F. R. 

Broomall, Mrs. Harold S. Collins, Alfred M. 
Brown, Landy B. Community Finance 

Browne, Mrs. John Coates Service, Inc. 
Burpee, Mrs. Frank H, Converse, Miss Mary E. 



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Coral Manufacturing 

Company 
Cunningham, Wilfred H. 
Currie, Barton W. 
Darlington, William M. 
Dashiell, Mrs. P. T. 
Dearnley, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Degn, William L. 
Drexel, Mrs. George W. 

Childs 
Fisher, Howard W. 
Fisher, Mrs. Thomas 
Fitzpatrick, A. L. 
Fletcher Works 
Foerderer, Percival E. 
Fox, Miss Hannah 
Freeman, Mrs. Samuel M. 
Freund, Rudolph 
Friedberger- Aaron 

Manufacturing Company 
Gibbs Underwear 

Company 
Gibson, Henry C. 
Gilmour, R. and A. J. 
Goldstein, Leopold 
Gray, Wilfred 
Groome, Mrs. John C. 
Gudebrod, Carl B. 
Hart, Mrs. Charles 

McCurdy 
Hart, Hugh D. 
Haslam and Querner 
Henderson, Mrs. Samuel J. 
Hiester, Mrs. Isaac 
Holmes, William L. 
Ionic Mills 
Jeanes, Mrs. Isaac W. 
Jones, Frederick T. 
Kelley, John A., Jr. 
Kerr, Mrs. George M. 
Kind, Mrs. Hermine 
Knox, Charles C. 
Lea, Charles M. 



Legge, Percy A. 
Leighton, A. O. 
Leighton, Mrs. A. O. 
Levering, Frank D. 
Lewis, Theodore J. 
Ley, Mrs. Harold G. 
Logan Investment Society 
Lotz, William F. 
Lowry, Mrs. William C. 
Ludington, C. Townsend 
Ludington, Mrs. C. 

Townsend 
Markoe, Mrs. John 
McFadden, Barclay 
Mellor, Norman 
Mendelssohn Club 
Metasol Company 
Millville Manfacturing 

Company 
Mitchell, Allen R. and 

Sons 
Montgomery, William J. 
Morris, E. H. 
Moss Rose Manufaaur- 

ing Company 
Murphy, Edward 
Myers, George DeB. 
Nassau, Mrs. Charles F. 
Nathanson, Mrs. Harry M. 
Neubauer, Bernard B. 
Newbold, Eugene S. 
Oelbermarm, William D. 
Oliver, Mrs. L. Stauflfer 
Page, Mrs. Louis Rodman 
Parker, Mrs. Alvin A. 
Parker, Robert B. 
Perot, Mrs. T. Morris, Jr. 
Peterson, Arthur 
Pew, J. Howard 
Phelps, Henry F. 
Philadelphia Carpet Mills 
Philadelphia Felt 

Company 



Quinn, Richard Lewis 
Read, William F. and 

Sons Company 
Reilly, Mrs. John 
Reilly, Mrs. Joseph H. 
Rhoads, William G. 
Rinehart's, H. P. Sons, 

Inc. 
Rosenbach Galleries, The 
Rush, Mrs. Benjamin 
Samuel, Frank 
Sanborn, Edward H. 
Schiedt, J. Henry 
Schmidt, Mrs. Edward A. 
Schofield, J. Dobson 
Seeler, Mrs. Edgar V. 
Simon, Mrs. Stephen J. 
Smith, Marming J. 
Snowden, F. Laird 
Sparks, John W. 
Sproules, Edward G. 
Stimson, Miss Anna K. 
Stroud, Mrs. Morris W. 
Taylor Brothers 
Thomson, Miss Anne, Jr. 
Tily, Herbert J. 
Trainer, Joseph C. 
Turner, John S. 
Walther, John F. 
Warden, Mrs. 

Clarence A. 
Wasserman, Howard 
Webb, Andrew S. 
West, Mrs. Isabella 
Whiteley and Collier 
Willard, Mrs. De Forest P. 
Willcox, James M. 
Wilmsen, Bernard 
Winsor, Mrs. James D. 
Wood, Clement B. 
Woodward, Mrs. George 



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ANNUAL MEMBERS 



Abbott, Fred W. 
Abbott, Miss Gertrude 
Abbott, Yarnall 
Aberle, George F. 
Abmeyer, Gustav W. E. 
Abrahams, Robert D. 
AchuflF, Robert P. 
Acker, Mrs. Finley 
Acton, K. C. 
Adaire, Alexander 
Adamson, Mrs. C. B. 
Addis, Leonard M. 
Adger, Miss William 
Adolph, Albert J. 
Agnew, C. F. 
Albers, Anton P. 
Albrecht, Nicholas 
Alden, E. H. 
Alexander, Benjamin 
Alexander, Miss Delia 
Alexander, Edward T. 
Alexander, Mrs. Helen V. 
Alexander, Leo 
Alexander, Mrs. W. W. 
Allen, Agnes 
Allen, Clifford P., Jr. 
Allen, Eugene Y. 
Allen, Mrs. Maria 

McKean 
Allen, William L. 
Allen, Mrs. William N. 
AUeson, Mrs. Henry F. 
Alpern, M. 
Alpern, Max 
Alteneder, Theodore 
Arneth, J. A. 
Amos, Harry M. 
Anderson, E. H. 
Anderson, F. R. 
Anderson, Mrs. Edward 

A. 
Anderson, Miss Harriet 
Anderson, Harvey 
Anderson, Matthew 
Anderson, William 
Anderson, W. M. 
Anderson, W. S. 
Anderson, Mrs. William 

Downs 
Anne, Miss Frances 
Anthony, Miss Lucy E. 
Antrim, Mrs. Phyllis L. 
Apex Chemical Company 



Applegate, Miss S. E. 
Appleton, A. D. 
Appleton, Heruy Lewis 
Appleton, W. S. 
Apt, Max 

Archer, Mrs. F. Morse 
Armistead, Mrs. S. G. 
Aronson, H. A. 
Asam, Henry 
Ashbrook, Mrs. Joseph 
Ashman, Charles T. 
Ashman, Mrs, Charles T. 
Ashton, Mrs. Leonard 
Ashton, Mrs. Thomas G. 
Aspel, Joseph 
Assenheimer, Charles F. 
Astley, Mrs. G. Mason 
Atkinson, J. Powell 
Atkinson, James H. 
Atkinson, Thomas H. 
Auerbach, Samuel 
Austin, Mrs. Esmonde H. 
Austin, Richard L. 
Ayers, H. H. and A. B. 
Ayres, Henry 
Babbitt, Niles S. 
Bachofer, J. Louis 
Bacon, Mrs. Francis L. 
Baer, B. F., Jr. 
Bahr, A. W. 
Bailey, Raymond H. 
Bailey, Walter C. 
Baird, Edgar W. 
Baird, Mrs. Edgar W. 
Baird, Joseph 
Baird, Thomas E., Jr. 
Baker, A. T. 
Baker, Daniel 
Baker, Miss Rose 
Balano, Mrs. P. H. 
Balderston, Eugene P. 
Balderston, Mrs. H. L. 
Baldi, Vito M. 
Baldwin, Kate W. 
Baldwin, R. Robert 
Balfrey, M. Eugene 
Ball, Mrs. John Price 
Ball, Thomas H. 
Ballard, Mrs. Ellis Ames 
Ballinger, Robert L 
Barclay, Anna Wister 
Bardsley, Walter R. 
Baringer, Milton F. 



Barker, Samuel H. 
Barlement, Philip L. 
Barnes, Miss Eleanor 

Biddle 
Barnes, Mrs. John 

Hampton 
Barnes, M. F. V. 
Barnes, Warren S. 
Barnett, Harry Newton 
Baron, A. 
Barratt, Alfred 
Barry, James B. 
Bass, Joseph H. 
ijassett, H. P. 
Baton, H. E. 
Baxter, C. C. 
Beach, G. F. 
Beale, Clifford 
Beale, L. T. 
Beam, Mrs. Perry 
Beath, E. R. 
Beatty, John E. 
Beatty, Lawrence R. 
Beaumont, Charles O. 
Bebette, Miss Ruth 
Bechmann, Mrs. William 
Bechtel, John N. 
Beck, Charles W., Jr. 
Beck, Mrs. J. B. 
Becker, Gustav 
Beckman, Joseph S. 
Bedford, J. Claude 
Beebe, Lucius 
Beechwood, George E. 
Beerwald, Benjamin D. 
Behrer, Mrs. Lovey A. 
Beishlag, Mrs. B. E. 
Belber, Aaron S. 
Bell, Miss Emily 
Bell, Mrs. James McK. 
Bell, Samuel, Jr. 
Bellin, Harry 
Belmont, E. A. 
Belmont, L. A. 
Belsterling, William F. 
Bement, William P. 
Benbow, George L. 
Bencker, Ralph B. 
Benkert, W. C, Sr. 
Bennett, Stanley 
Bennett, William A. 
Benson, John W. 
Benze, C. Theodore 



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Kerens, Bernard 
Berg, Adolph 
Berger, David 
Berger, M. Russell 
Berkelbach, John S. 
Bernardo, Filomena 
Bernheimer, L. G. 
Berry, George W. 
Berry, Mrs. Naomi F. 
Bett, J. B. 

Betts, Mrs. Charles L. 
Bertolet, J. Allen 
Bertolette, Miss Helen 
Beta Gamma Sigma 

Sorority 
Bettle, Mrs. Samuel 
Beury, Charles E. 
Biberman, Lewis 
Bickel, Charles E., Sr. 
Bickel, John 
Bickley, George Howard 
Biddle, Alfred A. 
Biddle, Charles W. 
Biddle, Miss Edith F. 
Biddle, Miss Emily W. 
Biederman, Louis 
Biles, Mrs. George H. 
Biles, W. G. 
Billett, Edward 
BiUikoopf, Mrs. Ruth 
Birdsong and Company 
Bishop, Miss Abigail 
Bishop, James C. 
Bishop, Mrs. Philip 
Bishop, William 
Bjornsgaard, P. L. 
Blabon, Mrs. George C. 
Black, D. Frank 
Blackburne, Mrs. Ida P. 

C. 
Blai, Boris 

Blakiston, Miss Emma 
Blanckensee, Leon 
Blankenburg, Mrs. 

Rudolph 
Blau, Adolf 
Blaustein, Louis 
Blechschmidt, Dorothy C. 
Blight, Mrs. William S. 
Blitzstering, M. L. and 

Company 
Blcod, Henry 
Blood, Mrs. Russell 
Ploom, Homer C. 



Blum, Charles 
Blumenthal, Moses 
Bodo, Louis 
Boericke, Harold 
Boeshore, Miller H. 
Bohan, Mrs. Mary Reap 
Bok, W. Curtis 
Bole, Mrs. John Clark 
Bolder, Samuel 
Bolton, Mrs. Samuel 
Boner, Mrs. Mary H. 
Bonniwell, Miss Josephine 
Bonsall, Miss Alice R. 
Bonsall, Rodney T. 
Bonschur, Eleanor T. 
Borden, Mrs. James B. 
Borgenski, Samuel J. 
Borie, Charles L., Jr. 
Bornet, Vaughn T. 
Bortel, Samuel B. 
Borthwick, Ralph C. 
Borton, Mrs. G. W. 
Bosch, F. J. 

Bosler, Mrs. Lester C. 
Bossard, Jay C. 
Boston, L. N. 
Boudart, Charles J. 

Boulden, C. C. 

Bourne, James M. 

Bouse, Robert L. 

Bower, Louis 

Bowen, Samuel S. 

Bower, Mrs. George R. 

Bower, John L. 

Bowers, Mrs. Walter 

Bowman, C. Horace 

Boyd, James 

Boyer, Mrs. Lillie Eliza- 
beth 

Boyle, William M. 

Bradbury, Mrs. Samuel 

Bradley, E. W. 

Bradley, Mrs. Emma V. 

Bradley, Mrs. John A. 

Brady, Franklin 

Brady, W. T. 

Braley, Miss Elizabeth W. 

Brannen, Alfred J. 

Branson, Mrs. Charles F. 

Branson, Howard L 

Branson, Thomas F. 

Branson, Mrs. Thomas F. 

Braun, Eugene A. 

Braun, Gustave C. 

Braun, Mrs. W. F. Harold 



Brazer, Clarence W. 
Brazier, Mrs. H. Bartol 
Breeding, Earl B. 
Bregy, Mrs. Caroline 

Harrah 
Brehman, A. Balfour 
Breisch, Mrs. Annie M. 
Breneman, Joseph T. 
Brengle, Henry G. 
Brennan, James M. 
Brenner, S. S. 
Breuil, Mrs. James F. 
Breyer, Henry W. 
Brigham, Mrs. Marshall 

Henry 
Brindley, Frank C. 
Brinkmann, Leon 
Brinton, C. C. 
Brinton, Francis D. 
Brinton, Mrs. Jos. Hill 
Brinton, R. L. 
Brister, Mrs. Elizabeth B. 
Britton, Mrs. Beatrice U. 
Brock, Mrs. Horace 
Brocklehurst, Harry 

Brogan, Paul L. 

Brook, Maurice 

Brooke, Mrs. George 

Brooks, A. J. 

Brooks, Alfred M. 

Broughal, Dennis J. 

Browder, Mrs. J. B. 

Brown, Miss Agnes W. 

Brown, Albert G. 

Brown, Mrs. Alex 

Prown, Andrew V. 

Brown, Mrs. C. M. 

Brown, Clarence M. 

Brown, Clarence W. 

Brown, Claude P. 

Prown, Coleman P. 

Brown, Dee Carlton 

Brown, F. G. 

Brown, Mrs. Francis 
Shunk 

Brown, Mrs. Frederick 

Brown, G. Paul 

Brown, Harvey Dee 

Brown, J. Newlin 

Brown, Jay H. 

Brown, Mrs. Richard P. 

Brown, Walter 

Brown, William Findlay 

Brown, Mrs. Wilson H. 

Brucker, Miss A. M. 



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Bruehl, Mrs. Mary J. 
Bruen, Miss Catherine A. 
Bruen, H. Robertson 
Brumbaugh, G. Edwin 
Brumbaugh, Mrs. G. 

Edwin 
Bruner, Francis A. 
Brunhouse, Errol R. 
Brunker, Robert J. 
Bryan, Newman W. 
Bryant, Mrs. William 
Buckley, Edward S., Jr. 
Buckley, J. Brooke 
Buhler, Mrs. Frank W. 
Bullitt, Miss Mgt. E. 
Bullock, Mrs. Horace 
Burger, Eugene Frederic 
Burgess, James W. 
Burk Brothers 
Burk, Henry 
Burkart, Frederick P. 
Burke, John F. 
Burkhardt, John, Jr. 
Burkle, John 
Burnham, E. Lewis 
Burnhill Manufacturing 

Company 
Burns, Robert 
Burnstine, Daniel 
Burston, L. J. 
Burt, Miss M. Theodora 
Burton, Mrs. Alfred 
Burwell, Frank 
Bushnell, Joseph, Jr. 
Bustos, Enrique 
Butler, Mrs. Charles 

Noble 
Butler, Mrs. Edgar H. 
Button, Mrs. Joseph 

Priestly 
Buzby, Charles E. 
Cabeen, Frank A., Jr. 
Cadbury, John Warder, 

Jr. 

Cadwalader, Mrs. John 
Cadwalader, Mrs. Lambert 
Cadwalader, Miss Sophie 
Cahn, Tillman 
Calder, Mrs. W. C. 
Caldwell, Miss Florence 

F. 
Caldwell, J. E. and Com- 
pany 
Caldwell, Mrs. James 
Emott 



Caldwell, Mrs. John A. 
Caldwell, Miss Marjorie 

Tatnall 
Calkins, Frederic H. 
Callahan, Miss Catherine 
Callahan, Griffin C. 
Calwell, Charles S. 
Camero, Miss Blanche 
Cameron, William P. 
Camp, Frank M. 
Camp, Mrs. Frank M. 
Campbell, Mrs. Hannah 
Campbell, Mrs. Mason 
Campbell, Milton 
Campbell, William E. 
Campion, H. F. 
Campion, Herbert G. 
Canby, W. Marriott 
Canfield, John M. 
Cannell, Mrs. George 
Carey, John 
Carles, Frederick 
Carlson, Miss Ida 
Carnwath, James 
Carpenter, J. Fred 
Carpenter, John T. 
Carr, Henry Ashley 
Carr, William A. 
Carre, Frank L. 
Carroll, Louis J. 
Carroll, Peter F. 
Carroll, Thomas A. 
Carruthers, H. A. 
Carson, John T. 
Carson, Robert, Sr. 
Carson, T. L 
Carter, Mrs. Ethel 
Carter, Mrs. Katherine E. 
Carthy, John 
Carry, Andrew T. 
Carver, Mrs. Samuel E. 
Casanave, John H. 
Casey, J. P. 
Cassard, Mrs. H. L. 
Cassatt, Robert K. 
Castner, Samuel, Jr. 
Castor, Mrs. William O. 
Catherine, Irwin T. 
Cauffman, Louis C. 
Caywood, Harry 
Chabrow, David 
Chadwick, Mrs. E. F. 
Chahoon, Mrs. M. D. 

Owen 



Chamberlain, Mrs, 

William 
Champion, Mrs. Earl M. 
Chambers, Francis T. 
Chambers, J. Howard 
Chambers, Mrs. J. 

Howard 
Chandler, Mrs. George 

F. 
Chandler, Mrs. Nancy K. 
Channell, Miss Mary A. 
Chapman, Mrs. Lucia P. 
Chapman, William R., Jr. 
Cheston, Mrs. J. 

Hamilton 
Chew, Miss Elizabeth B. 
Chew, Mrs. Oswald 
Chew, Samuel L. 
Chew, William H. 
Chism, Mrs. Harriet W. 
Chism, J. F. 
Chorley, Mrs. Sarah E. 
Christensen, Adolph 
Christian, Edward D. 
Chubb, Ethel L. 
Church, Arthur L. 
Claflin, Mrs. C. B. 
Clapp, Algernon R. 
Clark, Mrs. C. Howard, 

Clark, E. W., Jr. 
Clark, Edward Walter, 3rd 
Clark, Mrs. E. W., 3rd 
Clark, Herbert L. 
Clark, Mrs. Herbert L. 
Clark, Joseph S. 
Clark, Lewis Neilson 
Clark, Percy H. 
Clarke, J. E. 
Clarke, Jacob Orie 
Clarke, John L. 
Clarke, John Murdoch 
Clattenburg, A. E. 
Clausen, William H., Jr. 
Clavan, Harry E. 
Clay, Mrs. Robert C. 
Clay, Thomas W. W. 
Cleeland, Mrs. Zora 
Clemence, Victor B. 
Clement, Thomas F. 
Clements. Mrs. Samuel 

M., Jr. 
Clopp, George B. 
Clothier, Miss Caroline 



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Clothier, Walter 
Clothier, Mrs. Walter 
Clyde, Miss Margaret 
Clymer, Edward T. 
Coates, William M. 
Cobbett, Alfred H. 
Cobden, Mrs. A. B. 
Cochran, Miss Eva H. 
Cochran, Peyton S. 
Cochrane, Miss Kath. L. 
Cochrane, Mrs. Henry C. 
Cock, George B. 
Cogan, Thomas E. 
Coggeshall, Mrs. T. 

Russell 
Cohen, A. J. 
Cohen, Herman L. 
Cohen, Leon 
Cohen, William 
Cohn, Leon 
Cole, E. Z. 
Cole, Elston C. 
Coleman, Mrs. Clinton B. 
Coleman, Mrs. G. Dawson 
Coleman, Philip F. 
Coles, Mrs. Strieker 
Coley, Walter R. 
Colket, E. Burton 
Colket, Tristram C, 2nd 
Collings, Mrs. Walter N. 
Collingwood, Miss Jennie 
Collins, James Monroe 
Collins, Patrick J. 
Collins, Mrs. William J. 
Colohan, Mrs. J. B., 3rd 
Colton, Ralph L. 
Comings, A. V. 
Comly, Miss Emma 

Ridgway 
Condon, Carol V. 
Conlen, William J. 
Connor, Edward 
Connor, Hamilton C. 
Converse, Mrs. John W. 
Conway, F. P, 
Conway, Joseph J. 
Cook, E. W. 
Cook, Gustavus W. 
Cook, Mrs. H. C. 
Cooke, C. B., St. 
Cooke, Harry H. 
Coonahan, D. S. 
Cooper, Frank G. 
Cooper, Mrs. Harriet M. 
Cooper, Joseph A. 



Cooper, Stanley 
Cooperberg, Samuel 
Cope, Miss Elizabeth 
Cope, Thomas A. 
Copp, Mrs. Dorothy Evans 
Coppin, Mrs. M. E. 

Thompson 
Corbus, Mrs. Frederick G. 
Corcoran, Miss Jane 
Corcoran, Matthew John 
Corin, Magnus F. 
Cornell, H. E. 
Cornell, John W., Jr. 

Manson 
Costa, John S. 
Costello, Walter A. 
Courboin, Charles M. 
Cover, Mrs. Thomas, Jr. 
Cowperthwait, Charles T. 
Cox, J. Alfred 
Cox, Richard S. 
Coxe, Mrs. E. B., 3rd 
Coxe, Mrs. Whitwell W. 
Craftex Mills, Inc. 
Craig, Mrs. Clark R. 
Crain, Mrs. Edmund 

Cavileer 
Cramp, Norman W. 
Crane, A. Ross 
Crane, Raymond C. 
Craven, Claude L. 
Craven, John H. 
Crease, Mrs. Orlando 
CredkoflF, A. J. 
Creighton, Edward B. 
Creighton, Stewart 
Cret, Paul P. 
Crew, Hallie R. 
Cridland, George S. 
Crilley, Raymond L. 
Crispin, Mrs. Elizabeth 

S. 
Crist, Mrs. H. M. 
Crookes, Ethel Trevor 
Crooks, C. Douglass 
Crosby, A. E. 
Cross, Edgar G. 
Crossan, Bertha J. 
Crossingham, Mrs. J. H., 

Sr. 
Crosson, Charles J. 
Crout, John J. 
Crout, William J. 
Crowell, F. R. 
Crowder, Miss Emma 



Crozer, Mrs. Samuel A, 
Crozier, Mrs. David E. 
Cruice, Miss Margaret 

deC. 
Culin, William D. 
Crumbie, Mrs Florence L. 
Culver, Theodore B. 
Cummings, Mrs. J. H., 

Jr. 

Cummiskey, M. E. 

Cunningham, Miss An- 
nette 

Cunningham, Miss Eliza- 
beth Barry 

Curran, James 

Curtin, Mrs. William 
W. 

Curtis, C. C. 

Curtis, H. E. 

Curtis, Mrs. S. P. 

Custer, Ella B. 

Cutler, Walter P. 

Dale, Edward C. 

Dale, E. Lewis 

Dallam, David English 

Dalsen, Jos. N. 

Dalton, William J. 

Daly, Louis J. 

Daly, Thaddeus M., Jr. 

Damiani, P. G. 

Damon, Mrs. A. F., Jr. 

Dana, Mrs. Charles E. 

Daniel, John C. 

Daniels, Mrs. Annie M. 

Dannenbaum, Harry M. 

Dannenbaum, Herman D. 

Dannenhaur, C. W. 

D'Ascenzo, Nicola 

Davidge, Miss Carrie 

Davids, Richard W. 

Davidson, Louis 

Davidson William G. 

Davies, George C. 

Davis, Alonzo B. 

Davis, Bernard 

Davis, Mrs. Doris D. 

Davis, Edward 

Davis, Mrs. Edward 

Davis, Miss Eleanor B. 

Davis, George C. 

Davis, George W. 

Davis, Mrs. J. B. 

Davis, Miss Jenness H. 

Davis, Malcolm L 

Davis, Paul A., 3rd 



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Davis, Mrs. Robert Hare 
Davis, Mrs. S. Boyer 
Dawes, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Dawes, James H. 
Dawson, Thomas and 

Company 
Day, Mrs. Frank Miles 
Dayton, Mrs. S. Grey 
DeGinther, R. G. 
DeLong, Frank E. 
DeLong, Mrs. J. Wayne 
DeLong, Warren B. 
deSt. Phalle, Mrs. 
DeWinton, George W. 
Deacon, Benjamin 
Deacon, George H., Sr. 
Dean, John P. 
Dearnley, Charles E. 
Deats, E. Richard 
Decker, Christian F. 
Deckert, Robert 
Deichler, L. Waller 
Deitz, George W. 
DeKraflFt, William 
DeLaney, Arthur J. 
Delaplaine, Henry 
Delbert, Simon, Jr. 
Delbridge, T. G. 
Delta Sigma Theta 

Fraternity 
Denby, Charles, Jr. 
Denney, Miss Gladys 
Denney, J. M. 
Denney, William F. 
Dercum, Mrs. Francis X. 
Desch, P. N. 

Francois 
Derweiler, Oscar L. 
Dever, Joseph P. 
Devereaux, H. S. 
Devlin, Charles A. 
Dewar, A. L., Jr. 
Dexter, C. L. 
Dexter, E. Milton 
Diament, A. L. 
Dick, Lewis C. 
Dick, Lewis R. 
Dickey, Miss Eloise P. 
Dickey, J., Jr. 
Dickson, Arthur G. 
Dickson, M. S. 
Diesel, Mrs. Harrison N. 
Dilks, W. Stewart 
Dilks, Mrs. Walter H. 
Dillon, Edward Saunders 



Dillon, James L. 
Dingee, Albert N. 
Dishal, Herman 
Disopra, John 
Disston, William D. 
Ditter, G. Harry 
Diven, John 

Dixon, Mrs. Fitz Eugene 
D'Olier, Francis W. 
Doak, Samuel E. 
Dobson, William A. 
Dodd, Harry C. 
Dodge, Mrs. James Mapes 
Doerr, F. W. 
Dohan, Mrs. Edith H. 
Dolan, Thomas J. 
Dolbey, Edward P. 
Doll, Miss Josephine 
Donahue, John W. 
Donnelly, Mrs. Anna H. 
Donnelly, James A. 
Donnelly, Mrs. Olive L. 
Dornan, William 
Dornblum, 1. 
Dougherty, Francis P. 
Dougherty, Gerald A. 
Dougherty, Jos. A. 
Dougherty, Thomas 

Harvey, Jr. 
Dougherty, Mrs. Thomas 
Douglass, Mrs. F. M. 
Downes, Frederick A. 
Downs, Donald Van Leer 
Downs, Mrs. H. D. 
Downs, Mrs. Norton 
Doyle, Thomas J. 
Doyle, Thomas Lawrence 
Doyle, William J. 
Draeger, Miss Marie L. 
Drain, John W. 
Drew, Edward G. 
Drew, Groves W. 
Drinker, Mrs. Frederick 

Ellis 
Drinker, Henry S. 
Drobile, A. W. 
Drumgoole, Henry T. 
Dryfoos, Solomon 
Duane, Mrs. Russell 
Duck, Mrs. Florence L. 
Dudley, F. A. 
Du Ban, Alfred A. 
Du Mars, Claude K. 



duPont, Mrs. T. Coleman 
Duer, Mrs. S. Naudain 
Duff, Philip, J. 
Duffield, Helen Morris 
DufEeld, L. R. 
Dugan, Donald J. 
Duhring, H. Louis 
Dunlap, E. T. 
Dunlap, George S. 
Dunlap, M. Edmunds 
Dunn, Mrs. Houston 
Dunn, Lewis S. 
Durant, Mrs. Frederick C. 
Durham, Mrs. J. Edward 
Durnell, J. Lindsey 
Duryea, Howard E. 
Duveen Brothers 
Dyer, Mrs. Irene C. 
Dykeman, Lester W. 
Eakins, Elmer E. 
Earle, Mrs. Edgar P. 
East, T. E. 

Easterbrook, William 
Eavenson, Alben T., 2nd 
Eberle, J. Frederick, Jr. 
Eckels, Howard S. 
Eckard, J. Milton 
Eckert, Mrs. Samuel 
Edmonds, Franklin Spencer 
Edmonds, Mrs. Franklin 

Spencer 
Edmonds, George W. 
Edmonds, Samuel C. 
Edmunds, Franklin D. 
Edsall, Mrs. William A. 
Eells, Mrs. Walter G. 
Ehret, Miss Scytha Mark 
Eichholz, A. 
Eichler, Anton 
Eichmann, Miss L. M. 
Eiman, John 
Eisele, Gustav F. 
Eisele, Louis F. 
Eiseman, John S. 
Eisenbach, Miss Dorothy 
Eisenhardt, W. G. 
Eissler, Miss Louise 
Elliot, J. Mitchell 
Elliot, Mrs. R. M. 
Elliott, Mrs. George W. 
Elliott, Harry C. 
Elliott, W. Clare 
Ellis, Daniel H. 
Ellis, Furey 
Ellis, Maxwell 



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Ellis, Thomas S. 
Ellis, William S. 
Ellis, William Shewell 
Ellison, Mrs. Henry H. 
Ellison, T. 
Elmaleh, Leon H. 
EUman, Samuel 
Elsasser, George A., Jr. 
Elsbree, Mrs. W. H. 
Elwood, Everett S. 
Ely, Miss Anna W. 
Ely, Miss Gertrude 
Ely, Robert B. 
Ely, VanHorn 
Embery, William 
Emerichs, Joseph M. 
Emery, Benjamin F. 
Emhardt. William H. 
Emien, George W., Jr. 
Emlen, Mrs. John T. 
Emley, W. S. 
Emmert, Milton G. 
Emmons, Mrs. Louis C. 
Enburg, John M. C. 
Engart, John S. 
Englereth, Louis D. 
English, Mrs. F. W. 
Eppler, Elmer D. 
Erben, George Kester 
Erdman, W. Kenney 
Ernst, Mrs. C. A. 
Erskine, Mrs. Elizabeth H. 
Ersner, Matthew S. 
Espen, Edward 
Espen, Miss Florence H. 
Espen, Mrs. Frank 
Espen, Miss Sophie 
Esslinger, John G. 
Etherington, Mrs. Burton 
Etting, Mrs. Emlen Pope 
Evans, Charles 
Evans, G. Gerald 
Evans, George B. 
Evans, George L. 
Evans, Mrs. James D. 
Evans, Helen Rogers 
Evans, W. 
Evers, Thomas W. 
Eves, Mrs. Cunis C. 
Ewing, Miss Cornelia L. 
Eyre, Miss Louisa 
Eyre, Lester E. 
Eyre, T. L. 
Eyre, Wilson 
Eysmans, Julien L. 



Fagan, Miss Emma Lowry 
Pagan, Mrs. H. B. 
Fahy, Walter T. 
Fairchild, Samuel E., Jr. 
Faires, Elizabeth 
Falck, Fred M. 
Fallon, Christopher 
Fallon, Mrs. K. D. 
Falls, Mrs. Samuel 
Farbstein, Joseph 
Farina, Pasquale 
Farnum G. L. 
Farr, Daniel H. 
Faunce, John H. 
Fawley, James L. 
Fearon, Charles 
Febiger, Miss Mary S. 
Feeley, William A. 
Feigenbaum, Harry 
Feiman, M. 
Feldman, Jacob B. 
Felici, Garibaldi 
Felin, Charles F. 
Felix, Max 

Felix, Mrs. Samuel P. 
Fell, Arthur D. 
Fell, David N., Jr. 
Fels, Maurice 
Felton, Mrs. Edgar C, Jr. 
Fplton, Frank P., Jr. 
Felton, J. Sibley 
Felton, Wm. C, Jr 
Fenner, James T. 
Fenninger, Mrs. Eleanor S. 
Ferguson, Mrs. Bassett 
Fernberg, Charles E. 
Fetterolf, Horace G. 
Feuerstein, J. B. 
Field, Alfred W. 
Fielding, Miss Edna 
Fields, Mrs. Albert 
Finckel, Conyers Button 
Finckel, Miss Eliza R. 
Fine, William Middleton 
Finkenauer, Frederick J. 
Fiorillo, Michael 
Finh, Mrs. S. M. Livezey 
Firth, Thomas T. 
Fischer, Miss Blanche W. 
Fischer, Miss Frances L. 
Fischer, H. E. 
Fischer, Jos. J. 
Fisher, Miss Edith T. 
Fisher, George H. 
Fisher, H. Gilman 



Fisher, Harry S. 
Fisher, Hon. John S. 
Fisher, Lewis 
Fisher, Miss Lila 
Fisher, Linton C. 
Fisher, Miss Maud 
Fisher, Nevin F. 
Fisher, Samuel 
Fisher, William Righter 
Fisler, John 
Fiss, George W., Jr. 
Fitzgerald, Thomas M. 
Fitzhugh, Thomas, Jr. 
Fitzmaurice, Henry J. 
Fitzmaurice, William J. 
Flagg, George 
Flagg, Mrs. Stanley G., Jr. 
Flanagan, Andrew, Jr. 
Flanagan, Thomas J. 
Flavell, Mrs. George J. 
Fleck, John G. 
Fleck, William C. 
Fleisher, Alfred W. 
Fleisher, David T. 
Fleisher, Arthur A. 
Fleisher, Edwin A. 
Fleisher, Miss Helen 
Fleisher, Henry H. 
Fleisher, S. S. 
Fleisher, Walter A, 
Flint, George 
Florey, James, Jr. 
Flynn, D. Byrne 
Fogerty, William J. 
Fogg, Miss Helen M. 
Foley, Mrs. Richard A. 
Folz, Stanley 
Forbes, Roger Sawyer 
Ford, Mrs. Frank J. 
Ford, John J. 
Ford, Stephen M. 
Forrest Knitting Mills 
Forstner, David P. 
Forsythe, Mrs. William 
Fort, Mrs. Norman 

Watson 
Foster, Frank B. 
Foster, Mrs. Frank B. 
Foulke, Hazel M. 
Foulke, Mrs. J. Roberts 
Foulkrod, W. W., Jr. 
Fox, Mrs. Alexander F., 

Jr. 
Fox, Mrs. Catherine 
Fox, Miss Helen A. 



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Fox, Joseph Craig 
Fox, Matthews A. 
Frambes, Mrs. Lewis 
France, Edward W. 
Franck, Charles F. 
Frankel, Armin A. 
Frankenfield, S. L. 
Franklin Sweater Mills 
Franzen, Raymond C. 
Fraser, Arthur 
Frazer, Harry B. 
Frazier, Mrs. George H. 
Frazier, John W., Jr. 
Frear, Hugo P. 
Free, Miss Mabel E. 
Freed, Mrs. Elizabeth C. 
Freeman, Addison B. 
Freeman, Mrs. Frank A. 
Freeman, George C. 
Freeman, Harry M. 
Freeman, Richard J. 
Freeman, Samuel M. 
Freeman, Mrs. Walter J. 
Freedman, Mrs. G. L. 
Freedman, Joseph 
Freihofer, Charles 
French, Charles C. 
French, Mrs. Thomas E. 
Fretz, S. S. 
Frick, Charles E. 
Frick, John Howard 
Frick, Charles G. 
Fridenberg, Solomon Louis 
Friedlick, Mrs. Marie 

Black 
Friedman, Lionel 
Friends' Select School 
Fritsche, Mrs. John 
Fritz, Jacob A. 
Frizlen, William, Jr. 
Frizzell, Charles F. 
Fry, James W. 
Fry, Wilfred 
Fry, William W. 
Fryer, Theodore B. 
Fuguet, Stephen 
Fuimor, Miss Estelle 
Funk, Carl W. 
Funk, C. William 
Funk, Nevin E., Jr. 
Fussell, Robert 
Gabriel, Miss Catherine V. 
Gailey, Robert J. 
Galbraith. G. S. 



Galey, William T., Jr. 
Gallagher, Dennis 
Gallaudet, John C. 
Galloway, Walter B. 
Gamble, Clarence James 
Gamson, Edward 
Gans, Mrs. Harriet S. 
Gansman, Harry 
Gardner, W. A. 
Garrett, Alfred C. 
Garrett, Mrs. Philip C. 
Gaskill, Miss Margaret 
Gatter, Charles L. 
Gaudiosi, Carmine 
Gauff, John P. 
Gay, Deborah H. 
Gayley, Miss Gwendolyn 
Gayley, Samuel M. 
Gayley, Mrs. William 
Gebert, William C. 
Geibel, Carl A. 
Gildea, James L. 
Geiger, Lewis P., Jr. 
Gemberling, J. B. 
Genth, Mrs. F. A. 
Gessner, Howard R. 
Gest, John Marshall 
Gest, Mrs. John Marshall 
Gest, Miss Lillian 
Geuther, H. Walter 
Ghadiali, Dinshah 
Giambalvo, G. P. 
Gibb, Miss Ida 
Gibb, Thomas B. 
Gibbons, Lewis W. 
Gibbs, George 
Gibney, P. J. 
Gibson, Mrs. John H. 
Gibson, Miss Lillie 
Gibson, Miss Mary K. 
Gideon, George D. 
Gilbert, Mrs. Sadie 
Gilkes, Mrs. Viola 
Gill, Mrs. Charles D. 
Gill, Mrs. Ephriam 

Tomlinson 
Gill, John D. 
Gillespie, Mrs. K. E. 
Gillespie, Miss Kate S. 
Gillingham, Harrold E. 
Gillingham, Mrs. Harrold 

E. 
Gimbel Brothers 
Gimbel, Mrs. Benedict 
Gimbel, Daniel 



Girvin, John H. 
Glanz, Charles L. 
Glaser, Louis 
Gleason, John P. 
Glendinning, Robert 
Glover, Miss Deborah 
Gobler, Joseph 
Godfrey, Francis V. 
Godshall, Mrs. Charles F. 
Goetz, Mrs. Elizabeth 

Harlow 
Goldberg Samuel A. 
Goldberg, Thomas J. 
Golder, Mandes 
Goldner, Frank C. 
Goldsmith, Mrs. Simon 
Goldstein, Samuel 
Goodin, Charles Ellis 
Goodman, Mrs. C. E. 
Goodman, Mrs. E. H. 
Goodman, William E., Jr. 
Goodwin, Miss Margaret 

S. 
Gorman, Charles F. 
Gosling, Mrs. Adolph 
Gossler, Mrs. George E. 
Gould, Mrs. M. D. 
Graff, Mrs. L. G. 
Graham, Martin J. 
Graham, W. F. 
Graham, Warren C. 
Graitcer, Samuel 
Gratz, Alfred 
Graves, R. B. 
Gray, George M. 
Gray, Robert C. 
Gray, Robert L. 
Gray, William F. 
Grayson, Charles Prevost 
Green, Miss Beatrice 
Green, Mrs. Charles D. 
Green, Edgar Lee 
Green, Mrs. Raymond 
Greenberg, Joseph J. 
Greene, Stanley E. 
Greene, Stephen Company 
Greenfield, Mrs. Albert M. 
Greenwell, Mrs. John 
Greenwood, Richard 
Grelis, John J. 
Gribbel, W. Griffin 
Griest, Mrs. Thomas H. 
Griffin, Mrs. T. H. 
Griffith, Andrew 
Griffith, G. S., Jr. 



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Griffith, Mrs. J. P. Crozer 

Griffith, William Oglesby 

Grinrod, Irvin S. 

Griscom, Mrs. Edgai 
DeW. 

Griscom, William B. 

Groff, Hemy C. 

Groome, Alexander C. 

Groome, John C. 

Gross, Charles 

Grossman, Walter 

Grove, S. Felton 

Grubb, Edward J. 

Gruber, Charles F. 

Gruver, E. A. 

Gucker, F. T. 

Guckes, Raymond M. 

Guenther, J. J. 

Guetter, Julius 

Gummey, Frank B, 

Gunkle, Earle B. 

Gunthrop, Mrs. William 
P. 

Gutekunst, William J. 

Gutman, E. 

Hacker, Caspar W. 

Hackett, George E. 

Hackett, H. Berkeley 

Hackett, Harry W. 

Haehnlen, Mrs. Walter L. 

Haines, Mrs. Howard L. 

Haines, William A. 

Hainlen, G. 

Haley, Daniel J. 

Hall, Clarence A. 

Hall, Mrs. Leslie A. 

Hall, Miss Mabel Bruce 

Hall, William J. 

Hall, William M. 

Hallahan, Mrs. Charles E. 

Halligan, Robert S. 

Hallowell, Miss Helen W. 

Halpen, Miss Sara 

Halpin, Mrs. G. H. 

Halstead, Mrs. David 

Halter, Mrs. E. T. 

Halton, Thomas H., Sr. 

Hamill, Miss Agnes Boyd 

Hamilton, George L. 

Hamilton, H. A. 

Hamilton, Mrs. James M. 

Hammeke, Herbert 

Hancock, Mrs. F. Wood- 
son 

Hancock, Miss Mabel 



Hand, Miss Helen G. 
Hankins, Hobart 
Hannigan, Joseph J. 
Hanny, W. 

Hansche, Miss Maude B. 
Hanson, Mrs. Edward H. 
Hanthorn, Joseph R. 
Hardenbrook, Charles E. 
Harding, Mrs. Charles B. 
Hardock, Benjamin 
Hardt, Frank M. 
Hare, Mrs. Horace Binney 
Harkin, Edward I. 
Harlin, Miss Luella 
Harman, W. H. 
Harper, Clarence L. 
Harriman, Jos. K. 
Harrington, M. H. 
Harris, David W. 
Harris, Edward Monroe 
Harris, Mrs. Frazer 
Harris, J. Andrews, 3rd 
Harris, John G. 
Harris, Percival van R. 
Harris, W. J. 
Harris, Walter C. 
Harris, William 
Harrison, Mrs. Harry W. 
Harrison, Mrs. John, Jr. 
Harrison, Mrs. Theodore 
Harrity, Mrs. William F. 
Harron, Joseph A. 
Hart, Charles P. 
Hart, Ralph L. 
Hartley, Harriet L. 
Hartley, Mrs. Martin E., 

Jr. 

Hartung, Francis C. 

Haskins, Mrs. Harold 

Haslem, Miss Elizabeth 

Hassler, Daniel E. 

Hastings, John V. 

Hastings, Mrs. John V. 

Hatch, Ernest B. 

Hathaway, H. W. 

Hauck, A. L. 

Haughton, Richard S. 

Hausser, C. A. 

Haviland, Walter W. 

Hawke, Mrs. W. W. 

Haxton, Mrs. Samuel F. 

Hay, Mrs. Charles 

Hays, Miss Annie Brad- 
ford 

Haydock, Charles 



Haynes, John C. 
Hayward, Nathan 
Hayward, Mrs. Nathan 
Hazard, Spencer P. 
Hazelhurst, Mrs. Francis 
Hazlett, James V. 
Head, Mrs. Joseph 
Healy, Francis J. 
Headly, John F. 
Heard, W. H. 
Hearn, Mrs. William P. 
Heck, John A. 
Heckman, Rodman 
Heckscher, Steven 
Heebner, Mrs. Samuel Y. 
Heermann, Miss Harriet 

A. 
Heineberg, Mrs. Alfred 
Heinitsh, W. Wilson 
Heir, James 
Heisler, John Clement 
Heist, George 
Hemphill and Company, 

Inc. 
Henderson, Mrs. George 

M. 
Henderson, John J. 
Henderson, Miss Maude 
Henle, Mrs. Eugene 
Henon, J. Paul, Jr. 
Henry, Albert 
Henry, Mrs. Bayard 
Henry, George W., Jr. 
Henry, James P. 
Henry, Mrs. Snowden 
Henry, Thomas and Sons, 
Henry, Mrs. Thomas 

Charlton 
Hensel, Mrs. E. Caven 
Henson, Edward F. 
Henson, Frank M. 
Hepworth, John M. 
Herben, Mrs. E. Ziegler 
Herbert, Walter G. 
Hering, W. E. 
Herrick, Cheeseman 
Herring, Miss Louise C. 
Herrmann, W. F. 
Herron, Christopher C. 
Hershey, Mrs. Herbert T. 
Hervey, Mrs. Jas. Benram 
Hess, Frederick Lee 
Hess, Herbert W. 
Hesse, Mrs. William C. 
Hetzell, Charles G. 



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Heuer, Henry H. 
Hewitt, F. L. 
Heyl, Mrs. Robert C. 
Heyl, William E. 
Heymann, Joseph C. 
Heyward, Mrs. R. B. 
Hibbs, Shelton A. 
Hickey, Mrs. Stefano 
Hiergesell, Valentine 
Hiestand, Joseph D. 
Hilbroner, Mrs. Tillie 
Highley, Mrs. George N. 
Hill, George H., Jr. 
Hilleary, E. D. 
Hilsee, David E. 
Hinchman, Mrs. Charles S. 
Hiney, Miss Elsie I. 
Hinkle, Eleanor W. 
Hipps, Elmer W. 
Hires, Mrs. Charles E. 
Hires, Mrs. Charles E., Jr. 
Hirsch, Jacob 
Hiser, W. J., Jr. 
Hitchner, B. G. 
Hodge, Mrs. Carroll 
Hodge, Mrs. Thomas 

Leiper 
Hoerger, Adelbert 
Hoey, Francis P. 
Hoffman, Mrs. C. F. 
Hoffman, Frederick W. 
Hofheimer, S. D. 
Hogg, J. Renwick 
Hogg, Mrs. J. Renwick 
Hogue, Robert M. 
Hogue, Mrs. Robert M. 
Holahan, Miss F. Marion 
Hollar, Mrs. William H. 
Hollingsworth, Mrs. John 
Holmes, Joshua M. 
Holmes, William T. 
Hood, Mrs. George G. 
Hood, Wesley Russell 
Hookey, Charles F. 
Hoopes, Edward 
Hopkinson, Edward 
Hopper, H. B. 
Hopper, Miss Marie 

Louise 
Horn, Franklin S. 
Horn, William 
Horner, Mrs. Dorothy S. 
Horsley, Mrs. Ethel K. 
Horstmann, I. J. 
Horstmann, Mrs. Walter 



Horstmann, Mrs. Wm. H. Jaeger, William 
Hostetter, Mrs. Albert K. Jaffe, Maurice 
Houston, Mrs. S. F. 
Howard, Almern C. 
Howard, Mrs. Edgar B 
Howard, Frank 
Howe, Charlton V. 
Howe, George 



Jaflfe, Walter 
James, Mrs. John Edwin 
James, Mrs. W. M. 
James, William F. 
Jameson, Norman L. 
Jamison, Mrs. B. K., Jr. 



Howe, Miss Margaret M. Janney, Walter C. 
Howe, Paul D. Janney, Mrs. Walter C. 

Howell, Mrs. Charles H. Jardella, Jermone B., Jr. 



Howell, Cooper 
Howell, Edward I. H. 
Howell, Stacy B. 
Howson, Henry 
Hoyt, Mrs. E. C. 
Huey, Arthur B. 
Huey, Miss Dorothy 
Hughes, Miss Esther M. 
Huneker, John F. 
Hunn, William R. 



Jarden, Miss Margaret 
Jastrow, Miss Annie M. 
Jeanes, Mrs. Henry S. 
Jefferies, Miss Martha M. 
Jeffries, Mrs. Norman 
Jeffries, Elwood C. 
JefiFerson, Harry 
Jellett, Stewart A. 
Jenks, Horace H. 
Jenkins, G. Chapin 



Hunsberger, Mrs. Ambrose Jenkinson, J. Frederick 
Hunsicker, Clayton M. Jennings, Miss Annie B. 



Hunter, T. Comly 
Hunter, Robert 
Hurlburt, Mrs. F. B. 
Hurlick, Miss Susan G. 
Hutchinson, Miss A. P. 
Hutchinson, Miss M. H. 
Hutchinson, Robert H. 
Hutchinson, Mrs. S. 
Pemberton 



Jennings, Joseph M. 
Jennings, William J., Sr. 
Jerrehian, Aram K. 
Johnston, A. L. 
Johnston, Charles 
Johnson, J. Augustus 
Johnson, Paul S. L. 
Johnson, Reeves K. 
Johnson, William Keating 



Hutchinson, Mrs. Sydneyjoiner, Franklin 



E. 

Hutchinson, J. C. 
Ideal Shoe Company 
Ihle, Mrs. Marion 
Illman, Miss Adelaide 
lUoway, Bernard A. 
Indahl, M. C. 



Jones, Bertram H. W. 
Jones, Mrs. C. Sharpless 
Jones, Mrs. Clara W. 
Jones, Frederick 
Jones, G. H. 
Jones, Henry B. 
Jones, H. H. 



IngersoU, Mrs. Charles E. Jones, H. W. 



Ingersoll, G. 
IngersoU, R. Sturgis 
Ingham, Miss Mary H. 
Innes, William T. 
Ireland, C. Raymond 
Isen, Nathan D. 
Jackson, Ellis 
Jackson, F. G. 
Jackson, Joseph 
Jackson, W. T. 
Jacobs, Mrs. John 
Jacobs, Miss Mary C. R. 
Jacobs, Reuben 
Jacoby, J. F., Jr. 



Jones, Horace C. 
Jones, Mrs. J. Clifford 
Jones, John F. X. 
Jones, Jos. L., 3rd 
Jones, Livingston E. 
Jones, Luther R. 
Jones, Mrs. Mary C. 
Jones, Rufus M. 
Jones, Thomas E. 
Jones, William J., Jr. 
Jordan, Augustus W. 
Joseph, Marguerite 
Josephs, Jean 
judson, Arthur 



€S 



Judson, Mrs. Charles F. Kerns, Richard A 



Kerns, Samuel P. 
Kerr, James H. and Sons 
Kerr, Mrs. Virginia E. 
Kerr, William M. 
Kerrigan, Joseph P. 
Kershaw, Fred 
Kershaw, William 
Kerstine, Mrs. Harry E. 



Jump, George W 
Justice, C. G. and Com 

pany 
Justice, Marion T. 
Kaelker, Richard 
Kaeser, Charles W. 

Kaier, Mrs. Emma ^^^^^^^^^ ^,^^^. ... 

Kairer, Miss Margaret G. Ketcham, 6^ W. 
Kallick, Edward A. Ketterer, Gustav 

Kamholz, Henry Keyser, George W. 

Kantz, John B. Kieferle, Mrs. Charles J. 

Karcher and Rehm Com- KieflFer, George C. 

pany Killian, Ida A. 

Karr, Joseph Kimball, Fiske 

Kase, Mrs. Daniel Beaver Kimball, Miss M. Ella 
Kase, Edmund Kimber, Mrs. T. W. 

Kaskey, A. J. Kind, Morris 

Katz, Maurice B. Kind, Mrs. Paul A. 

Kauffman, Anna C. Kindig, Mrs. Bertha 

Kaufman, A. Spencer 



Kaufman, Frank M. 
Kaufman, Isadore 
Kearins, Miss Jane E 
Kearney, Richard J 



King, Mrs. Joseph B. 
King, Lewis 
King, Miss Lydia E. 
Kind, Mrs. Philip 
King, Stuart L. 



Keator, Mrs. John Frisbee Kirkbride, Miss Elizabeth 



Keen, Miss Florence 
Keen, Harold Perot 
Keen, Harry R. 
Keiser, Elmer E. 
Keister, Mrs. Annie R. 



B. 
Kirkpatrick, Samuel 
Kister, H. LeRoy 
Klapp, Mrs. E. J. 
Klapp, Wilbur Paddock 



Keller, Charles Frederick Klauder, Miss Elfrida M 



Keller, F. E 
Keller, Joseph S., Sr. 
Kelly, Richard F. 
Kelsey, Mrs. Albert 

Warren 
Kemp, Charles G. 
Kendall, Miss Aimee E 
Kendig, Miss Miriam 
Kendrick, T. Frank 



Klein, Max D. 
Kleiner, Herman J. 
Klock. Miss Ella 
Kneedler and Company 
Knight, D. Allen 
Knowles, Archibald C. 
Knowles, Frank Crozer 
Knowles, Nathaniel 
Knup, Jacob 



Kennedy, Mrs. A. Atwater Koch, Abe 

Kennedy, J. N. Koch, Mrs. George M. 

Kennedy, Miss Marie Koelle, W. F. 

Ernst Koenes, Henry E. 

Kennedy, Mrs. Moorhead Kohl, Raymond C. 
Kent, George R. Kohn, Bernard 

Kenworthy, Frank L. Kohn, Harry E. 

Kenworthy, Mrs. Frank L. Kohn, Mrs. Harry E. 
Keogh, John W. Kohn, Irving 

Keon, T. Harris Kohn, Mrs. Isadore 

Kephart, Mrs. Ida M. Kramer, Mrs. George 

Kerle, Jules A. Krause, Mrs. Sydney L. 



Kern, Harry R. 



Krauss, Katherine J. 



Kridel, Miss Martha 
Kreier, George J. 
Krum, Alben C, Jr. 
Krumbhaar, Mrs. Chas. 

H., Jr. 
Kuemmerle, Gustave A, 
Kuhn, C. Hartman 
Kunkel, James E. 
Kurrie, Mrs. George R. 
Kurtz, William Fulton 
LaBoiteaux, Mrs. Isaac 
LaBrum, J. Harvey 
LaGrossa, Charles P. 
LaKatos, Emery 
LaWall, Charles H. 
Laird, Warren P. 
Lakely, Mrs. Arthur B. 
Lally, Mrs. Frank S. 
Lamb, Mrs. A. R. 
Lamb, Mrs. Joseph 
Lamb, Mrs. W. H. 
Lane, Mrs. P. H. P. 
Langston, Samuel M. 
Lanin, Howard 
Large, Mrs. James 
Larrimer, J. P. 
Larzelere, Mrs. Walter D. 
Laschenski, Sigmund J. 
Latimer, Robert L. 
Laughlin, Mrs. A. L. 
Launer, Clarence A. 
Lautenbach, Mrs. A. P. 

Warren 
Lavell, E. F. 
Lavino, Mrs. Edward J. 
Law, Miss Margaret 
Laws, Mrs. Harry A. 
Lawson, Mrs. Agatha 

Jones 
Lea, Miss Elizabeth J. 
Lea, Francis C. 
Lea, Langdon 
Lea, Van Antwerp 
Leach, Miss May A. 
Leaf, Mrs. E. Bowman 
League, Mrs. H. M. 
Lear, John B. 
Leas, Miss Mabel Alice 
Lechner, Harvey L. 
Lederle, Charlotte A. 
Ledwith, W. L. 
Lee, Alfred 
Lee. Alfred, 3rd 
Lee, Mrs. Elisha 
Lee, W. H. 



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Leech, David M. 
Leedom, John 
Leeds, Arthur N. 
Leeds, William H., Jr. 
Lefton, Al Paul 
Legge, Henry C. 
Leidy, Mrs. Joseph 
Leinroth, Robert G. 
Leiper, George Melville 
Leithead, J. Edward 
Leithmann, Ann R. 
Lemisch, Bernard L. 
Lennon, J. S. 
Leonard, J. B. 
Leonard, Reuben M. 
Leonard, William A. 
Leopold, Harry S. 
Lesley, Robert W. 
Lesley, Mrs. Robert W. 
Lester, Joseph C. 
Levi, L Valentine 
Levin, Alan 
Levin, Oscar 
Levin, Samuel H. 
Levis, Mrs. Frederick H. 
Levy, Albert 
Levy, Alexander S. 
Levy, Fabian F. 
Levy, Howard S. 
Levy, Laurance B. 
Levy, Lionel T. 
Lewandowski, 
Theophilius 
Lewis, Anna Shippen 
Lewis, Anna V. 
Lewis, Clarence J. 
Lewis, Edwin O. 
Lewis, Miss Eleanor 
Lewis, Mrs. Francis A. 
Lewis, Francis D. 
Lewis, Miss Isabel Jenkins 
Lewis, John Frederick 
Lewis, Mrs. John F., Jr. 
Lewis, Miss Julia 
Lewis, L. R. 
Lewis, Lucy 
Lewis, Margaret C. 
Lewis, Mrs. O. G. L. 
Lewis, Mrs. Theodore J. 
Lewis, Wilfred 
Lex, Mrs. William H. 
Leyshon, William C. 
Lichtenberger, James B. 
Lichtenstein, Mayer 
Lichtenstein, Milton 



Lieberman, Alex 
Lieberman, George B. 
Lieberman, Moses 
Liedholm, M. W. 
Lifter, Mrs. Joseph J. 
Ligget, Mrs. Howard B., 

Jr. 
Ligget, Mrs. Howard B. 
Ligget, Miss Jane Stewart 
Liggett, Thomas, Jr. 
Lillie, Mrs. S. Morris 
Lin, Miss Phyllis W. Y. 
Lincoln, Mrs. George 

Jones, Jr. 
Lincoln, H. B., Jr. 
Lincoln, Joseph C. 
Lindley, George 
Lindsay, Hyde and Co. 
Lingelbach, Miss Anna 
Link, Miss Harriet J. 
Linn, Mrs. William B. 
Linville, Walter E. 
Lippincott, Miss Anna E. 
Lippincott, G. A. 
Lippincott, Paul S., Jr. 
Lipshutz, Charles 
Lister, J. Morgan 
Lit, S. D. 

Littlefield, James H. 
Liversidge, Mrs. H. P. 
Lloyd, Mrs. Horatio Gates 
Lock, John R. 
Lock, William 
Loeb, Mrs. Adolf 
Loeb, Armand G. 
Loeb, Miss Elinor C. 
Loeb, Mrs. Herman 
Loeb, Howard A. 
Loeb, Ludwig 
Loeb, Miss Marguerite 
Loeb, Mrs. Max 
Loeb, Mrs. Rudolf 
Loeb, Victor A. 
Loeliger, O. G. 
Loewenberg, Samuel A. 
Logan, Miss Mary E. 
Logan, William H. 
Lohmann, Mrs. Alfred P. 
Longenecker, C. B. 
Longnecker, Mrs. Parke 
Longshore, William A. 
Longstreet, R. C. 
Longstreth, Mrs. Chas. A. 
Lonker, L 
Lorber, Charles 



Losse, Louis H. 

Lothrop, Eben W. 

Loucheim, Mrs. Joseph A, 

Louchheim, Stuarte 

Louchheim, Mrs. William 

Lough, George A. 

Loughran, Edward P. 

Lounsbery, J. 

Loux, H. R. 

Loux, Miss Susanna 

Lovatt, Dorothy 

Love, Julius D. 

Lovell, J. Barlow 

Loveman, Herbert S. 

Lovett, Louise D. 

Lowber, Miss Emma W. 

Lowber, Mrs. Henry S. 

Lowber, Mrs. Sylvester A. 

Loxley, Charles Evans 

Lucas, Mrs. H. Spencer 

Ludlow, Benjamin H. 

Ludlum, Mrs. Seymour 
DeWitt 

Lueders, Kenneth S. 

Lukens, Mrs. Lewis N., Jr. 

Lunkenheimer, Mrs. John 

Lying, Edward P. 

Lyon, Abraham 

Lyons, Anna 

Mabie, Walter C. 

MacCrea, Mrs. Reba 

MacDonald, Andrew 

Macdonald, Wm. A., 3rd 

MacFarland, Mrs. Frank- 
lin H. 

MacGregor, Miss Helen 

Mack, Joseph, 2nd 

Mackay, Gordon 

Mackenzie, George W. 

MacKenzie, J. B. 

Mackey, Hon. Harry A. 

Mackey, Mrs. Harry A. 

MacLennon, A. Gordon 

Maclay, Miss Ellen C. 

Macmeney, Miss 1. 

MacMuIlen, William J. 

MacNeill, Mrs. Henry 

Madeira, Mrs. Campbell 

Madeira, Mrs. Louis, 3rd 

Madeira, Mrs. Louis C. 

Madeira, Percy C. 

Magee, George W. 

Magee, Mrs. Henry L 

Magee, James F., Jr. 

Maier, F. Hurst 



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Malakoff, Mrs. Ida Vera 
Mall on, Joseph 
Mallon, Thomas J. 
Malone, Edwin B. 
Maloney, Earle F. 
Maloy, Mrs. Elsie D. 
Malpass, Miss Rosina 

Dowker 
Manges, Willis F. 
Manning, William McD. 
Mantzell, William 
March, John H. 
Margerum, Miss Bess 
Marini, Aiirelio 
Mark, Frederick W, 
Markland, George L., Jr. 
Marks, Albert S. 
Maron, Alfred C. 
Marquetand, Theodore 
Marshall, Mrs. George 

Morley 
Marshall, Mrs. John B. 
Marshall, Mrs. J. Lewis 
Marshall, Mrs. Mary E. 
Martin, Mrs. D. C. 
Martin, David B. 
Martin, James L. 
Martin, Mrs. Robert T. 
Martin, Mrs. J. Willis 
Masland, J. Wesley 
Mason, Edward F. 
Mason, William Clark 
Mason, Mrs. Wm. Clark 
Massey, Frank H. 
Massiah, Frederick 
Masters, Miss Margaret T, 
Mathers, Frank F. 
Mathers, Mrs. Frank F. 
Mathews, Abel J. 
Mathews, Miss Grace E. 
Mathews, W. C. C. 
Matthews, Allen M. 
Mathewson, Robert J. 
Maule, Miss Margaret C. 
Maulsby, Miss Matilda 
Maxwell, C. J. 
Maxwell, Mrs. John R. 
Mayburry, Miss Dorothy 
Mayer, Alfred 
Mayer, Robert 
Mayor, Charles A. 
Mazzoni, Jos. 
McAbee, Mrs. G. R. 
McAdoo, Mrs. Henry M. 
McCahan, Mrs. Thomas C 



McCall, Richard 
McCann, John Edward 
McCarthy, Miss Edith 
McCarthy, Henry A. 
McCarthy, J. A., Sr. 
McCarthy, Joseph F. 
McCaughey, Harry M. 
McCausland, William A. 
McCloskey, Matthew H. 
McCloud, Charles M. 
McCollin, James G. 
McConnell, Miss Mary 
McCook, Walter 
McCouch, Mrs. H. Gordon 
McCown, Frank C, Jr. 
McCracken, Mrs, Robt. T. 
McCrea, W. A. 
McCrudden, Daniel 
McCully, John E. 
McDermott, Daniel I. 
McDevitt, J. J. 
McDonald, Joseph A. 
McDougald, John 
McDowell, Charles 
McDowell, Samuel 
McFadden, Mrs. Barclay 
McFadden, J. Franklin 
McFarland, Mrs. Sarah 
McGarvey, James A. 
McGettigan, Daniel I. 
McGill, Mary E. 
McGowin, Andrew C. 
McGowin, Mrs. R. S. 
McGrath, Louis J. 
McGuire, James J. 
McHugh, John P. 
Mcllhenny, Mrs. Francis S. 
Mcllhenny, Miss Selina B. 
Mcllroy, Albert D. C. 
Mcllvain, Mrs. Charles J., 

J'- 
Mcllvain, Mrs. J. Gibson 

Mclnnes, Mrs. Walter S. 

Mclntire, A. Reed 

Mclntyre, Mrs. William T. 

McKaig, Edgar S. 

McKechney, W. G. 

McKee, James, H. 

McKeehan, Mrs. C. 

Watson 

McLean, Mrs. Robert 

McLellan, Ralph 

McMahon, John G. 

. McMichael, Mrs. Clayton 



McMillan, Mrs. Leighton 

G. 
McNeal, Mrs. A. H. 
McNichol, Mrs. Thos. F. 
McOwen, Mrs. Frederick 
McShea, John B. 
McVitty, Albert E. 
Mead, Arthur B. 
Meadowcroft, E. 
Mealey, John P. 
Meats, Mrs. Frederick 
Medary, M. B., Jr. 
Meehan, Miss Ellen F. 
Megargee, Mrs. George M. 
Meisner, Ernest W. 
Melrath, Earle B. 
Menzen, F. Paul 
Mercer, Warren C. 

Meredith, H. B. 

Merrick, Mrs. Samuel 
Vaughn 

Menz, Mrs. John W. 

Mertz, Oscar E. 

Metcalf, F. R. 

Meyerhoff, Moe L. 

Meyers, Clarence L. 

Michell, Fred J., Sr. 

Mickel, Mrs. Robert T. 

Middleton, Allen C. 

Middleton, Mrs. C. 
Wilmer 

Middleton, Miss Clara 

Milione, Louis 

Miller, Mrs. Archer 

Miller, Marian 
, Miller, Miss Modestha B. 
, Miller, E. Spencer 

Miller, George 

Miller, J. Eldredge 

Miller, Walter P. Co., 
Inc. 

Mills, Thomas 

Milne, Mrs. Caleb J., Jr. 

Milne, Francis F., Jr. 
■ Mink, George W., Jr. 

Mitchell, Charles D. 

Mitchell, George W. 

Mitchell, Henry F. 

Moerk, Frank N. 

Moeser, Frank 

Molthan, Mrs. E. Henry 

Montgomery, Mrs. James 
S. 



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Montgomery, Mrs. T. L. 

Montgomery, W. W., Jr. 

Moody, Mrs. Carlton M. 

Moody, Mrs. Lewis F. 

Mooney, W. J. 

Moore, Mrs. Charles J. 

Moore, Edgar B. 

Moore, Mrs. H. McKnight 

Moore, J. Clark, Jr. 

Moore, Philip H. 

Moore, Miss Sallie 

Moorhouse, Mrs. H. 
Wilson 

Moosberger, Fred 

Morford, W. B. 

Morgan, C. W. 

Morgan, Mrs. John B. 

Morgamhaler Brothers 

Morrell, Richard B. 

Morris, Mrs. A Saunders 

Morris, Miss Ellen 

Morris, Henry S. 

Morris, I. Wistar 

Morris, Mrs. P. HoUings- 
worth 

Mortimer, S. H. 

Mortimoore, Mrs. Charles 

Moss, Frank H. 

Mostertz, Fred W. 

Mullin, Arthur 

Munro, Mrs. Hugh F. 

Munson, George S. 

Murphy, Miss Helen B. 

Murphy, Eugene 

Murphy, Mrs. John A. 

Murphy, John J. 

Murphy, Thomas E. 

Murphy, Timothy A. 

Myers, Miss Rhoda 

Nachod, J. F. 

Nadelman, Madame Elie 

Nahm, George A. 

Nail, I. Walter 

Napier, Mrs. Arthur 

Neal, Logan W. 

Nece, Frank W. 

Nece, Harry A. 

Needless, Mrs. Lewis 

Neely, Mrs. Hugh Mc- 
Dowell 

Neely, M. Y. 

Neely, Mrs. Susan 

Neilson, Mrs. Lewis 



Nesbit, Mrs. Thorpe 
Nevin, Mrs. Charles W. 
Newbold, Mrs. Arthur E., 

Sr. 
Newbold, David M., 3rd 
Newbold, Mrs. David 
Newbold, Mrs. Wm. T. 
Newhall, C. Stevenson 
Newhall, Wm. Peterson 
Newman, A. G. 
Niblo, James M. 
Nice, Budd G. 
Nice, Eugene E. 
Nichols, Milton H. 
Nicholas, Samuel 
Nicholson, William R. 
Nickles, Theodore E. 
Nimlet, Miss Virginia C 
Nixon, Mrs. Horace F. 
Norcross, Mrs. Herbert C 
Norris, Mrs. John C. 
Norris, Thomas J. 
North, Charles H. 
North, Ralph H. 
Novek, Samuel L. 
Nowalk, Robert F. 
Noyes, Mrs. B. 
Oalces, Miss M. Elsie 
Oakford, James W. 
Oakley, Mrs. Imogen B. 
Oakley, Mrs. Thornton 
Obdyke, Wm. Austin 
Oberge, Miss U. H. 
Obermayer, Henry 
Obermayer, Leon J. 
O'Connor, John F. 
Odell, Mrs. Harriet D. 
Odell, Mrs. Joseph H. 
O'Drain, T. L 
O'Harra, Mrs. 1. Harrison 
O'Keefe, Joseph F. 
Okie, R. Brognard 
O'Leary, Daniel 
Oliphant, Mrs. S. E. 
Oliver, W. J. 
Omerly, George G. 
O'Neill, Andrew 
O'Neill, Miss E. M. 
O'Neill, J. T. 
O'Neill, P. F. 
Opie, Mrs. E. L. 
Ord, R. Laird 
Orlemann, Henry P. 
Orr, George P. 
Ortlip, Harry S. 



Osborne, Miss Jane M. 
Osterlund, John L. 
Oswald, Charles A. 
Otten, Robert S. 
Otteni, H. F. 
Oursler, William W. D. 
Overbeck, Bernard 
Overholt, William L. 
Ovington, George, Jr. 
Owen, Miss Elizabeth 

Gray 
Owen, Miss L. V. P. 
Owrid, Edwin J. 
Packard, Charles S. W. 
Packard, Mrs. Francis R. 
Packard, Mrs. Jno. H., 3rd 
Page, George Bispham 
Page, Mrs. Robert H. 
Paine, Mrs. George H. 
Palmer, John T. 
Palsir, Jacob 
Pancoast, Mrs. H. K. 
Pardee, Mrs. Calvin 
Paret, Edward 
Park, J. B. 
Park, Thomas 
Parker, A. D. 
Parker, John E. 
Parker, Sylvester D. 
Parlin, Charles C. 
Parrish, Miss E. M. 
Parrish, Morris L. 
Parrish, Mrs. Robert C. 
Parrott, Sylvester J. 
Parsly, Elmer G. 
Pasceri, Mrs. Joseph 
Patten, Frank S. 
Patterson, Miss Beatrice 

W. 
Patterson, Mrs. George 

Stuart 
Patterson, T. H. Hoge 
Patton, J. G. 
Patton, Mrs. John W. 
Patton, Robert 
Patton, Mrs. Robert 
Patton, Robert J. 
Paul, Mrs. Hiram 
Paul, John Rodman 
Paulson, Miss Frances E. 
Payne, Whitney 
Peabody, Malcolm E. 
Peacock, C. H. 
Pearce, Hollingsworth 
Pearson, Miss Elizabeth T. 



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Parsons, Miss Ella 
Pearson, J. A. 
Pearson, Mrs, J. T. 
Pearson, R. G. 
Peck, Arthur 
Peck, Mrs, Arthur 
Peck, Mrs. Horace S. 
Pecker, Joseph S. 
Pedley, Miss Lillian E. 
Pedrick, Miss Lyola 
Peeples, A. M, 
Peiffer, Charles E. 
Peirce, T. M., Jr. 
Peirson, Walter 
Pelosi, Michael H. 
Pelosi, William A, 
Pemberton, Clifford, Jr. 
Pemberton, Mrs. Ralph 
Penfield, Mrs. Frederic C. 
Pennsylvania Society of 

Miniature Painters 
Pennington, Miss Laura T. 
Penrose, R. A. F., Jr. 
Penza, J. Vincent 
Pepper, Mrs. B. Franklin 
Pepper, Benjamin Franklin 
Pepper, Mrs. William 

Piatt 
Pepper, William 
Pequignot, L. E, 
Perrin, Charles C. 
Perrot, Emile G. 
Perry, H. H. 
Perry, John C. 
Perry, Robert W. 
Peters, Don 
Petzold, Adolph 
Pew, J. N., Jr. 
Pew, Mrs. Walter C. 
Pfaelzer, Mrs. Frank 
Pfahler, G. E. 
Pflueger, E. H. 
Phillips, Edward A. 
Phillips, Lucien 
Pierce, F. G, 
Pierce, J, D, 
Piersol, Mrs, George A. 
Piersol, George M. 
Pilling, Mrs. George P. 
Pilling, W. S. 
Pinkstone, W. D, 
Pioneer Suspender Co. 
Place, Louis V., Jr. 
Piatt, Mrs. Charles, Jr. 
Piatt, Mrs, Charles, 3rd 



Piatt, John O. 

Price, Mrs. Oliver C. 

Plaut, Mrs. Isaac 

Pollock, Miss Elizabeth P. 

Pollock, Roland D. 

Pollock, Walter B. 

Pooley, E. F, 

Porter, Andrew 

Porter, Mrs, Charles A., 

Jr. 
Post, Mrs. L. A. 
Post, William 
Poth, Harry A. 
Potsdamer, Joseph S. 
Pott, H. Rudolph 
Potter, Mrs. Thomas, Jr. 
Potter, Woodburn W. 
Potts, Charles William 
Potts, Mrs. Harrison I. 
Potts, William M. 
Powell, Charles S. 
Powers, Mrs. Fred Perry 
Pratt, John E. 
Prevette, Earl 
Price, Mrs. Eli Kirk 
Price, Warwick James 
Priestman, Mrs, Florence 

E. 
Purves, Mrs. Austin M. 
Purves, Mrs. G. Colesberry 
Pusey, F. S, 
Putman, Mrs, Earl B, 
Pyrah, John W, 
Quick, William H. W. 
Rabinovitz, Joseph 
Rader, Mrs, Archibald 

Fleming 
Raditz, Lazar 
Rakestraw, Fred 
Rambo, Oscar N, 
Ramsdell, G, C, 
Ramsey, Mrs, Ellwood 
Ramsey, Mrs, Frances H. 
Ranck, A, C. 
Randolph, Evan 
Ranken, Harold R. 
Ransley, Mrs. H. C. 
Rapp, E. H. 
Raub, F. Elwood 
Ravdin, I. 
Rawle, Francis 
Rawle, James 
Rawle, Mrs. James 
Rawle, Miss Louisa 



Rawlins, Miss Sarah Sully 
Raynor, John S. 
Read, Mrs. Adele Von H. 
Read, W. B. 
Read, Mrs. William T, 
Reading, Samuel H. 
Reath, Mrs, B. Brannon 
Reath, B, Brannon, 2nd 
Reath, Mrs, Theodore W. 
Reath, Mrs, Thomas 
Reber, J. Howard 
Rebman, Henry J. 
Reckitt, William G. 
Redman, Mrs. John L, 
Redmond, Frank J, 
Reed, Mrs. Amie M. 
Reed, Miss Anne M, 
Reed, Jacobs Sons 
Reel, Ida Virginia 
Reese, Charles 
Reeves, Mrs, A, S, 
Register, Mrs, H, Bartol 
Reid, C, W, 
Reige, A, C, 
Reilly, Mrs. Mary Allen 
Reilly, Peter 
Reilly, Samuel 
Reinhard, Miss Jean 
Reisen, C. Joseph 
Reiss, A. 
Remmey, Richard C. Son 

Company 
Resolute Knitting Mills 
Rhoads, Mrs. Logan 
Rhoads, J. Snowden 
Rhoads, Miss Lydia W. 
Rhoads, William E. 
Rice, Harry 
Richardson, Frederick 
Richardson, Thomas D, 
Richardson, Tolbert N. 
Richardson, William H. 
Richter, Charles J. 
Rieger, Harry C. 
Riehle, Frederick A. 
Riesman, David 
Riggs, Robert 
Ringler, William A. 
Ritchie, Mrs. C. L. 
Rivinus, Mrs. E. Florens 
Robb, Mrs. Henry B, 
Robbins, George S. 
Roberts, Caryl 
Roberts, Charles H, 
Roberts, Mrs, Charles H, 



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Roberts, Clarence V. 
Roberts, Mrs. Edward 
Roberts, Miss Ellen C. 
Roberts, George W. B. 
Roberts, Miss Irene S. 
Roberts, Mrs. James G. 
Roberts, Mrs. John B. 
Robens, Owen J. 
Robertshaw, Oscar 
Robinson, Benjamin 
Robinson, Mrs. Louis 

Barclay 
Robinson, Mrs. Samuel 
Robinson, W. J. 
Rockwell, F. W. 
Roma, Mrs. F. 
Roma, Louis 
Root, Miss Mary L. 
Rose, Ivan Murray 
Rosenbach, M. P. 
Rosenbaum, Leon 
Rosenbaum, Morris 
Rosenbaum, Robert 
Rosenbaum, Samuel 
Rosenberg, Emanuel 
Rosenblum, Adolph 
Rosenfield, John 
Rosengarten, Mrs. A. G. 
Rosengarten, George D. 
Rosenthal, Albert 
Rosenwald, Mrs. Lessing 

Ross, Henry A. 
Ross, J. Anderson 
Ross, Mrs. George G. 
Ross, Miss Sophia L. 
Ross, T. Edward 
Ross, Thomas C. 
Rossbach, Mrs. Sophie 
Roth, David A. 
Roth, Edward A. 
Roth, Gabriel B. 
Roth, George J. 
Rothe, M. H. 
Rothermel, P. F., Jr. 
Rothman, Maurice M. 
Rothschild, LeRoy B. 
Rubinsohn, S. Lewis 
Ruby, Miss Edna 

Browning 
Rudzinski, Mrs. B. F. 
Ruger, Louis 
Rumpp, Herman C. 
Rumsey, G. A., Jr. 
Russell, Mrs. C. J. 
Russell, Harry A. 



Rust, Harry B. 
Rutberg, Edward H. 
Ryan, Mrs. Elizabeth T. 
Ryan, Michael J. 
Ryan, Thomas F. 
Sachsenmaier, George 
Sackel Dyeing Company 
Sackett, Mrs. Franklin P. 
Sadtler, Samuel S. 
Sage, Mrs. Henry W. 
Sage, Mrs. Ralph V. 
Sailer, Mrs. Andrew Jack- 
son 
Sailer, Miss Emily W. 
Salom, Mrs. Pedro G. 
Samuel, J. Bunford 
Santamarie, L. J. 
Sargent, Mrs. Winthrop 
Sargent, Mrs. Winthrop, 

J'- 
Sartori, Mrs. Frank A. 

Saul, Morris Bower 

Saunders, John J. 

Savadore, Ethel S. 

Savage, Mrs. D. Fitzhugh 

Savoy e, Mrs. W. T. 

Sax, Percival M. 

Saxman, Mrs. E. F. 

Scanlon, Joseph J. 

Scatchard, William 

Scattergood, Mrs. J. Henry 

Scattergood, Mrs. Thomas 

Scattergood, Mrs. W. B. 

Schaffhauser, Charles 

Schamberg, Mrs. Jay F. 

Schamberg, J. Frank 

Schamberg, Meyer 

Schaner, W. B. 

Schechtman, Morris 

Scheel, R. O. 

Schell, John W. 

Schenck, Miss Mary W. 

Schick,, Miss Elma H. 

Schick, Miss Martha K. 

SchifFer, C. W. 

Schilling, Frank 

Schlegel, Carl A. 

Schmidt, Fred W. 

Schnader, Mrs. William A. 

Schneider, Mrs. Karl 

Schneyer, Louis A. 

Schneyer, M. L. 

Schoales, C. B. 

Schoettle, Edwin J. 

Schoettle, Mrs. Edwin J. 

Schoettle, Marc A. 

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Schoettle, Ralph J. 
Schoettle, Wm. C. 
Schofield, Charles S. 
SchoUer Brothers, Inc. 
Schorr, George J. 
Schwacke, John S. 
Schwalbe, H. 
Schwartz, Anthony 
Schwartz, William 
Schwartz, William Tefft 
Schwoerer, R. C. 
Scott, Mrs. Alexander H. 
Scott, Mrs. Edger 
Scott, Mrs. Frank L., Jr. 
Scott, Mrs. John Scanlin 
Scott, Margaret B. 
Scott, Richard S. 
Scott, Thomas M. 
Scull, Wm. Ellis 
Scott, William M. 
Scott, Mrs. William C. 
Scranton, Mrs. George E. 
Scull, Mrs. William C. 
Seeley, Mrs. Oscar 
Segal, Herman 
Seidle, Joseph K. 
Seiss, Miss Linnie J. 
Selig, B. 
Selig, Sol 
Sellers, Alexander 
Sellers, Mrs. Alexander 
Sellers, Mrs. Horace Wells 
Sellers, Howard 
Sellers, Mrs. Howard 
Sender, Arthur C. 
Serrill, Miss A. M. 
Serrill, William G. 
Severs, G. Harvey 
Sewell, Mrs. William J., 

J'- 
Sexton, Mrs. James A. 

Shakespeare, Mrs. Edward 

O. 

Shallow, Frank L. 

Shannon, Miss Amanda J. 

Sharp, Mrs. Walter P. 

Sharpe, John S. 

Sharpies, Mrs. Philip T. 

Sharpless, Anna P. 

Sharpless, S. Franklin 

Sharpless, William 

Shay, Howell Lewis 

Shearer, H. Maris 

Sheble, Mrs. Frank J. 

Sheer, Philip L. & Sons 

Shellenberger, Miss Helen 



Shelly, George C. 
Shelton, Mrs. F. H. 
Shepherd, Samuel G. 
Shillard-Smith, Mrs. C. 
Shinn, Miss M. Frances 
Shipley, Mrs. S. R. 
Shipley, William Ellis 
Shirley, Harold R. 
Shock, Miss N. A. 
Shoemaker, Benjamin H. 



Smith, Mrs. Edward W. 
Smith, Ely J. 
Smith, Miss Ethel 
Smith, Mrs. F. P. 
Smith, Mrs. G. M. 
Smith, G. P., Jr. 
Smith, Haseltine 
Smith, Henry R. 
Smith, Mrs. Hugh T. 
Smith, S. MacCuen 
Smith, Miss Mary Grubb 



Shoemaker, C and F 

Shoemaker, Miss Mary W. Smith, J. Willison 

Shoemaker, Mrs. William Smith, Miss Jessie 

T. Willcox 

Shoyer, F. J. Smith, Oscar L. 

Shrigley, Arthur Smith, Mrs. T. Learning 

Shryock, Miss Genevieve Smith, Stephen J. 
Shuster, Frank H, Smith, Mrs. W. K. 

Shute, E. L. Smith, W. Hinckle 

Shuttleworth, E. Irving Smith, Mrs. W. Horner 



Sibley, Miss Florence 
Sibley, Walter G. 
Sill, Mrs. Harold Mont- 
gomery 
Silloway, G. E. 
Simkins, Daniel W. 
Simon, Miss Caroline F. 
Simons, Herbert 
Simons, Laird 
Simpers, Thomas W. 
Simpson, J. Coulson 
Sinclair, Miss Ethel L 



Smith, Walter Bassett 
Smith, Mrs. Walter 

Bassett 
Smith, Mrs. WikoflF 
Snellenburg, A. 
Snellenburg, Mrs. Harry 
Snellenburg, Joseph N. 
Snellenburg, Mrs. Morton 

E. 
Sobernheimer, Mrs. 

Frederick A. 
Soest, O. F 



Sinnickson, Mrs. Charles Soliday, Mrs. David S. 



Sinnick, John Ray 
Sinnott, Mrs. John 
Sioussat, St. George L. 
Sisson, Vernon B. 
Sister Saint Luke 
Siter, Miss Charlotte 
Siter, E. Hollingsworth 
Siter, Mrs. E. Hollings- 
worth 
Sketchley, William W. 
Slattery, Joseph H. 
Sloan, Malachi W. 
Smalley, W. V. 



Somers, James A. 
Sonneborn, George A. 
South, Mrs. Walter 
Spalding, C. E. 
Spatola, Michael A. 
Speiser, Mrs. Herbert A. 
Speiser, Maurice J. 
Speckman, John W. 
Spencer, Arthur 
Spencer, Mrs. Arthur R. 
Staake, Miss Caroline L. 
Stachowicz, L. A. 
Stager, Oscar T. 



Smaltz, Miss Elizabeth F. Stair, Mrs. Jacob, Jr 
Smaltz, Mrs. John H. Stanton, Charles L 
Smart, E. A. 
Smedley, William H. 
Smith, Albanus L. 
Smith, Miss Anna Ellen 
Smith, Charles H. 
Smith, Mrs. Edward 
Brinton 



Starkweather, John K. 
Staton, Walter B. 
Stecker, Louis 
Stecker, Mrs. P. Jack 
Steel, A. G. B. 
Steel, David M. 
Steel, Miss Mariana J. 



Steel, Phil S. 
Steel, Warner J. 
Steele, Andrew L. 
Steele, Edward A. 
Steere, Mrs. Jonathan M. 
Stehle, Mrs. Charles 
Stein, Mrs. Emma T. 
Steinhagen, Henry J. 
Steinman, Walter J. 
Steinmetz, Joseph Allison 
Stelle, John P. 
Stem, Mrs. Samuel G. 
Stern, Adiel Martin 
Stern, Edward & Comapny 
Stern, Mrs. Horace 
Stern, Miss Ruth Ellis 
Stern, Samuel 
Sternberger, Mrs. M. K. 
Sterner, George 
Stevens, Benjamin Rush 
Stevenson, Miss Clare B. 
Stevenson, Maxwell, Jr. 
Stewardson, Miss Eleanor 

P. 
Stewart, Frank G. 
Stewart, Frank H. 
Stewart, Roy 
Stewart, Ruth Bitting 
Stilling, Benjamin F. 
Stinson, C. A. 
Stinson, Mrs. Samuel B. 
Stoer, W. Fred 
Stokes, Mrs. Charles P. 
Stokes, Francis J. 
Stokes, Henry W. 
Stokes, Mrs. W. Standley 
Stork, Mrs. T. B. 
Stotesbury, Edward T. 
Stotesbury, Mrs. Edward 

T. 
Stout, Mrs. A. L. 
Stout, C. Frederick C. 
Stout, Mrs. Elbridge G. 
Stout, O. 
Strauss, Berthold 
Strawbridge, Mrs. George 

H. 
Strittmatter, L P. 
Stroock, Bertram A. 
Stroud, Edward A. 
Stroud, Morris W. 
Strubing, P. H. 
Stryker, S. S. 
Stuart, Gordon 
Stulb, Joseph R. 



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StuU, Mrs. C. Rodman 
StuU, Miss Evelyn Lewis 
Sullivan, Miss Edith 
Sullivan, Miss Margaret L. 
Sullivan, Stanley J. 
Sullivan, Mrs. Thomas D. 
Sundheim, Mrs. Harry G. 
Sussell, Arthur J. 
Sutherland, Allen 
Sutton, I. Walter 
Swain, Mrs. William 

Moseley 
Swart, M. E. 
Swartley, Henry C. 
Sweeney, Miss Barbara 
Sweeney, Miss Mary B. 
Swoboda, Gustav 
Sydney, Miss Mary Ella 
Taine, Louis N. 
Talone, Alfonso 
Tappen, Mrs. Paul 
Tatum, Mrs. Richard Parry 
Taws, Henry W. 
Taws, John H. 
Taylor, Mrs. Anne M. 
Taylor, Mrs. Hazel M. 
Taylor, Miss Helene 
Taylor, John C. 
Taylor, John G. 
Taylor, Mrs. John M. 
Taylor, Lewis H., Jr. 
Taylor, Mrs. Roland L. 
Taylor, William 
Taylor, Mrs. Wm. J. 
Taylor, Mrs. William 

Rivers 
Teller, W. H. 
Terry, Howard A. 
Tetlow, Mrs. Clara 
Thatcher, A, G. 
Thatcher, W. H. 
Thayer, Mrs. John B. 
Theel, William L. 
Theis, Albert 
Thorn, Miss Mary 
Thoma, Robert 
Thomas, Mrs. Arthur H. 
Thomas, Mrs. Augustus 
Thomas, J. Frederick 
Thomas, Miss Mabel L. H, 
Thomson, Mrs. Frank 

Graham 
Thompson, W. J. 
Thompson, William B. 



Thomson, Mrs. Archibald 

G. 
Thomson, Harry E. 
Thomson, Mrs. W. S. 
Thorington, James 
Thorington, Mrs. James 
Thornley, George H. 
Thoms, Miss Frieda P. 
Tietze, Charles F. 
Tilden, William Morris 
Tillman, Henry D. 
Timanus, Mrs. J. H. R. 
Tinney, William P. 
Tinney, Mrs. William P. 
Tioga-Textile Company 
Todd, Mrs. M. Hampton 
Tomkinson, Joseph 
Tonik, Charles 
Toohey, John M. 
Torrey, Robert G. 
Tourison, Ashton S. 
Town, Edwin C. 
Towne, Robert D. 
Townsend, B. F., Jr. 
Townsend, Mrs. Frederick 

E. A. 
Townsend, Mrs. J. B. 
Townsend, J. Barton 
Townsend, Joseph B., Jr. 
Trainer, E. 
Trainer, Henry J. 
Trotter, Miss Helen 
Trotter, William Henry 
Trumbauer, J. Robert 
Trump, Mrs. C. C. 
Tryon, Charles Z. 
Tryon, Miss F. Arline 
Tunnell, Mrs. Frederic W. 
Turnbull, J. W. 
Tustin, Mrs. Ernest L. 
Tuttle, William C. 
Twining, John E., Sr, 
Tyler, Charles A. 
Tyler, George F. 
Tyler, Mrs. George F. 
Tyler, Miss Helen B. 
Tyre, Phillip S. 
Tyson, T. Mellor 
Uebele, William H. 
Umsted, Miss Ruth R., Jr. 
Underdown, Mrs. Henry T. 
Unterberger, Edward 
Uppvall, Axel J. 
UrfFer, S. 
Vail, Mrs. Louis dePuy 



Van Hoesen, G. M. 
VanLennep, Miss Rebecca 

Pollard 
Van Roelen, Alphonse 
VanSciver, Earl J. 
VanSciver, J. Bishop 
Vauclain, Samuel M. 
Vaughan, Charles Z. 
Vellner, Eugene 
Verner, William R. 
Verner, Mrs. William R. 
Vigilant, Mills 
Vila, Joseph. S 
Vincent, Mrs. H. G. G. 
Vogdes, Mrs. Emma C. 
Vogdes, Joseph J. 
Volz, Frederick G. 
Von Moschzisker, Mrs. 

Robert 
Voorhees, Harlow C. 
Voss, Frederick J. 
Voynow, C. B. 
Wadham, J. P. 
Wagner, Mrs. Jesse L. 
Wagner, John 
Wagner, Louis M. 
Wagner, Paul C. 
Wagner, Mrs. William M. 
Wainwright, Clement R. 
Wainwright, F. King 
Wainwright, Mrs. F. King 
Walbaum, Mrs. William 

H. 
Walker, Harold 
Walker, J. W. 
Wall, George W. 
Wallace, William 
Wallace, William S. 
Walmer, Reed H. 
Walter, Miss Mary C. 
Walter, Simon 
Walters, William H. 
Walton, William G. 
Walz, Mrs. Edward A. 
Ward, Mrs. George 
Ward, John T. 
Ward, T. Johnson 
Warden, Clarence A. 
Warden, Mrs. W. G. 
Waring, Swinton B. 
Warne, Mrs. Edward P. B. 
Warner, Miss Mildred S. 
Warner, Walter 
Warnock, James, Jr. 
Warren, Ambrose G. 



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Warren, William C. Wetherill, Hebert J. 

Warthman, Mrs. J. Harris Wetherill, Mrs. Samuel P., 



Warwick, Edward 

Washburn, Louis C. 

Wasserman, B. J. 

Wasserman, Charles 

Wasserman, Mrs. Joseph 

Wasson, F. E. 

Wastl, Francis X. 

Watkins, Wilfred J. 

Watson, Frank R. 

Watson, George K. 

Wayne, Mrs. Joseph, Jr. 

Wayne, William, Jr. 

Weatherly, J. Howard 

Weaver, Jfohn 

Weber, David 

Weber, E. G. 

Weber, F. W. 

Weber, Louis, Sr. 

Weckesser, William 

Weeks Photo Engraving 
Company 

Weeks, Mrs. Horace F. 

Weger, Frank L. 

Wegrocki, Mrs. Irene B. 

Weightman, Miss Fanny 
Cox 

Weightman, Miss Martha 
T. B. 

Weihenmayer, Harry W. 

Weihenmayer, William J. 

Weild, Charles M. 

Weil, Benjamin 

Weil, Gertrude F. 
Weill, Mrs. Alfred S. 
Weimer, Albert B. 
Weinberg, H. Joseph 
Weinland, Mrs. J. W. 
Weinstein, G. L. 
Weinstein, Jacob L 
Weissberger, George J. 
Welsh, C. N. 
Welsh, Charles E. 
Welsh, Robert F. 
Welsh, Mrs. S. B. 
Welsh, William Henry 
Welsh, Mrs. William L. 
Wenger, Mrs. Morris 
Wenner, Robert E. 
Werner, Adolph, Jr. 
Wertheimer, Joseph 
West, W. M. 
West, W. Nelson 
Westwood, John R. 



Jr. 

Wetherill, Samuel P., Jr. 
Wetherstine, H. H. 
Wetter, Charles G. 
Wetzel, Walter 
Weyl, Esther M. 
Wharton, Joseph S. 

Levering 
Wheaton, Howard C. 
Wheeler, Charles 
Wheeler, Mrs. Charles 
Wheeler, Miss Janet D. 
Wheelwright, Robert 
Whitaker, James L. 
Whitaker, Ralph 
White, E. P. Carson 
White, Mrs. George P. 
White, J. Atwood 
White, Mrs. Miles, Jr. 
White, Samuel S., Jr. 
White, Mrs. William 
Whiteley, Mrs. Charles 
Whiteman, Mrs. Josephine 

S. 
Whitfield, J. Edward 
Whitman, Stephen F. and 

Sons 
Whitney, Frederick P. 
Whitney, Mrs. W. Beau- 
mont 
Whitted, C. S. 
Whyte, William E. 
Wick Narrow Fabric 

Company 
Widener, Mrs. P. A. B., 

2nd 
Wiederseim, Theodore E. 
Wiener, Miss Elliott 
Wilhelm, Charles 
Wilkie, Edward V. H. 
Wilkinson, Robert H. 
Willard, DeForest P. 
Willcox, J. W. 
Willens, Mrs. Samuel 
Willet, Henry Lee 
Willey, Mrs. Guy A. 
Williams, Mrs, Caroline 
Williams, Mrs. Carroll R. 
Williams, Mrs. Charles 
Williams, Ellis D. 
Williams, Joseph D. 
Williams, Leighton 
Williams, Leslie F. 



Williams, Parker S. 

Williams, Mrs. Thomas S. 

Williamson, Walter D. 

Willing, Charles 

Willing, J. Kent 

Willing, Mrs. Edward S. 

Willson, Thomas H. 

Wilmeth, James L. 

Wilson, Alex, Jr. 

Wilson, C. Colket 

Wilson, Mrs. Charles 

Wilson, Mrs. H. E. 

Wilson, Mrs. G. M. 

Wilson, Hamilton M. 

Wilson, Helen N. 

Wilson, Howard B. 

Wilson, Mrs. J. Howard 

Wilson, James J. 

Wilson, Miss Jane Stewart 

Wilson, Russell 

Wilson, Mrs. W. Reynolds 

Wilson, Mrs. William K. 

Wilson, Mrs. Wyle T. 

Winchester, A. Oliver 

Windey, William 

Windner, Julius 

Windsor Manufacturing 
Company 

Winsor, James D., Jr. 

Winsor, Mrs. James D., Jr. 

Winston, John C. Com- 
pany 

Winston, Maurice J. 

Winters, Mrs. Margaret 

Wire, Miss Jean Marion 

Wirkman, Emanuel W. 

Wirz, Mrs. H. M. 

Wister, Mrs. Lewis W. 

Wister, Miss Mary C. 

Witecraft, Amey D. 

Wittenberg, Sol 

Wittmaier, George W. 

Wittman, A. H. 

Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. 
Albert 

Wolf, Benjamin 

Wolfe, Joseph L. N. 

Wolf, Louis 

Wolfe, Merritt L. 
Wolfe, Russell 
Wolfe, Samuel 
Wolfram, Arnold 
Wolf sen, Julius 
Wolsey, Louis 



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Wolstenholme, Mrs. 

Frederick 
Wonderly, Abner H. 
Wood, Mrs. Alexander C, 

Jr. 
Wood, Mrs. Charles R. 
Wood, Mrs. Edw. F. R. 
Wood, Edward R., Jr. 
Wood, Miss Ellen C. 
Wood, Graham 
Wood, Mrs. Graham 
Wood, Howard, Jr. 
Wood, Mrs. Horatio C. 
Wood, Morris 
Wood, R. G., Jr. 
Woodington, Miss Reba 

D. 
Woodruff, Mrs. Clinton 

Rogers 
Woodside, Mrs. J. W. 
Woodville, Miss Elizabeth 
Woodward, George 
Woodward, H. J. 
Woodward, Mrs. Samuel 
Woolman, Mrs. Edward 
Woolman, Henry N. 
Woolman, Mrs. Henry N. 



Woolman, Miss Josephine 
Worrall, Mrs. Nathan Y. 
Wotherspoon, James R. 
Wright, Miss Alice M. 
Wright, Mrs. H. B. 
Wright, Mrs. H. J. 
Wright, John 
Wright, Miss Lila M. 
Wright, Mrs. Minturn T. 
Wright, Mrs. Sydney L., 

Jr. 

Wrightson, Arthur 
Wurts, Mrs. C. Stewart 
Wurzel, Maurice L. 
Yarrow, H. C. 
Yates, Philip M. 
Yeager, George C. 
Yeatman, Pope 
Yeats, Mrs. J. Wilbur 
Yellin, Samuel 
Yerger, Frank H. 
Yocum, Stanley 
Young, Anna Gardner 
Young, Mrs. Bessie F. 
Young, Charles H. 
Young, Claude D. 
Young, Mrs. Edgar E. 



Young, Fred L. 
Young, H. C. 
Young, Howard S. 
Young, James H. 
Zantzinger, Mrs. C. C. 
Zander, Richard J. 
Zane, Mrs. Gertrude L. B. 
Zang, S. E. 
Zantzinger, C. C. 
Zeid, Saul J. 
Zeiger, E. H. 
Zeisse, Paula 
Ziegelbrier, Carl 
Zieget, Julius 
Ziegler, Carl A. 
Ziegler, J. Charles 
Zimmerman, Mason W. 
Zimmermann, R. Z. 
Zimmerman, S. Milton 
Zimmermann, Wm. 
Zimmerman, William A. 
Zinman, Frank 
Zion, Harry F. 
Zirnkilton, F. X. 
Zulich, Mrs. Sarah Swift 



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PENNSYLVANIA 
MUSEUM OF ART 




FIFTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT 



PHILADELPHIA 
1929 



FIFTY-THIRD 
ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM OF ART 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MAY 31, 1929 

WITH THE 

LIST OF MEMBERS 




PHILADELPHIA 
1929 



OFFICERS FOR 1929-1930 



PRESIDENT 

ELI KIRK PRICE 



VICE-PRESIDENTS 

WILLIAM M . ELKINS J . STOGDELL STOKES 

SECRETARY 

JULIUS ZIEGET 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

EX OFFICIIS 

John S. Fisher Edwin R. Cox 

Governor of Pennsylvania President of City Council 

Harry A. Mackey Edward T. Stotesbury 

Mayor of Philadelphia President of 

Fairmount Park Commission 



ELECTED BY THE MEMBERS 

To Serve for One Year 

John F. Braun Edgar V. Seeler 

Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs J. Stogdell Stokes 

George D. Widener 



To Serve for Ttvo Years 

Mrs. Edward Browning John S. Jenks 

William M. Elkins Emory McMichael 

Thomas Robins 



To Serve for Three Years 

John Gribbel Eli Kirk Price 

Mrs. Frank T. Patterson James F. Sullivan 



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STANDING COMMITTEES* 

MUSEUM 

John S. Jenks, Chairman; Morris R. Bockius, Mrs. Hampton 
L. Carson, Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe, John T. Dorrance, 
William M. Elkins, Mrs. Charles W. Henry, George H. Lorimer, 
Mrs. John D. McIlhenny, Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson, 
Edward B. Robinette, J. Siogdell Stokes, Mrs. Edward T. 
Stotesbury, Roland L. Taylor, George D. Widener. 

INSTRUCTION 

Eli Kirk Price, Chairman; Charles L. Borie, Jr., Mrs. Henry 
Brinton Coxe, Samuel S. Fleisher, John S. Jenks, Mrs. Robert 
R. Logan, Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs, Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols, 
Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson, Mrs. Logan Rhoads, William 
H. Richardson, Edgar V. Seeler, Miss Jessie Willcox Smith, 
J. Stogdell Stokes. 

FINANCE 

J. Stogdell Stokes, Chairman: William M. Elkins, R. Sturgis 
Ingersoll, William Fulton Kurtz, Morris Wolf. 



^Thc President is ex officio a member of all committees. 



ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN 

HONORARY PRESIDENT 

MRS. RUDOLPH BLANKENBURG 

PRESIDENT 

MRS. FRANK THORNE PATTERSON 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

MRS. H. S. PRENTISS NICHOLS 

MRS. HENRY BRINTON COXE 

MISS CORNELIA L. EWING 

MRS. EDGAR W. BAIRD 



recording secretary 
Mrs. H. Norris Harrison 



treasurer 
Mrs. Edward Browning 



corresponding secretary 
Mrs. Herbert L. Clark 



Mrs. Lewis Audenried 
Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg 
Mrs. William T. Carter 
Mrs. Robert C. Clay 
Mrs. Robert Hare Davis 
Mrs. S. Grey Dayton 
Mrs. William A. Dick 
Mrs. Fitz Eugene Dixon 
Mrs. Russell Duane 
Miss Louisa Eyre 
Mrs. Stanley G. Flagg,Jr. 
Mrs. George H. Frazier 
Mrs. Henry C. Gibson 
Mrs. F. Woodson Hancock 
Mrs. Charles Wolcott Henry 
Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman 
Mrs. Charles F. Judson 



Mrs. J. Louis Ketterlinus 
Mrs. Robert R. Logan 
Mrs. W. Logan MacCoy 
Mrs. Campbell Madeira 
Mrs. John C. Martin 
Mrs. John D. McIlhenny 
Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs 
Mrs. Richard Waln Meirs 
Mrs. Thornton Oakley 
Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 
Mrs. Logan Rhoads 
Mrs. Wharton Sinkler 
Mrs. C. Shillard-Smith 
Miss Jessie Willcox Smith 
Mrs. W. Standley Stokes 
Mrs. William H. Walbaum 
Mrs. C. Stewart Wurts 



contributing member 
Mrs. Percival Roberts, Jr. 

honorary members 
Mrs. Hampton L. Carson Mrs. Henry S. Grove 

Miss Margaret Clyde Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 

Mrs. M. Hampton Todd 



THE MUSEUM STAFF 
1929-1930 

FISKE KIMBALL. Dirtctor 

CURATORIAL STAFF 

DIVISION OF EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN ART 
FISKE KIMBALL, Chief of the Division 

RENAISSANCE AND MODERN ART 
HENRI GABRIEL MARCEAU, Curator of Fine Arts 
JOSEPH DOWNS, Curator of Decorative Arts 
MARGARET H. PIERCE, Assistant in Decorative Arts 

MEDIAEVAL ART 
FRANCIS HENRY TAYLOR, Curator of Mediaeval Art 

DIVISION OF EASTERN ART 
HORACE H. F. JAYNE, Chief of the Division 
ISABEL INGRAM, Assistant in Chinese Art 
PHILIP HARDING GATE, Assistant in Japanese Art 

DEPARTMENT OF TEXTILES 
NANCY ANDREWS REATH, Assistant Curator of Textiles 
ANNA SCOTT NEWBOLD, Assistant in Charge of Laces 

DEPARTMENT OF PRINTS 
ELIZABETH T. PEARSON, Assistant in Charge 

ADVISERS 
MARCEL AUBERT, Gothic Art 
WALTER W. S. COOK, Spanish Art 
ANANDA COOMARASWAMY, Indian Art 
NICOLA D'ASCENZO, Stained Glass 
MARIAN HAGUE, Laces 
THOMAS T. HOOPES, Arms and Armour 
RICHARD OFFNER, Italian Art 
ARTHUR UPHAM POPE, Persian Art 
RUDOLF M. RIEFSTAHL, Textiles 
MIKHAIL ROSTOVTZEFF, Ancient Art 
SAMUEL YELLIN, Metalwork 



HONORARY CURATORS 
MRS. WILLIAM T. CARTER, Laces 
F. D. LANGENHEIM, Numismatics 

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 

DIRECTOR S OFFICE 
ERLING H. PEDERSEN, Assistant to tht Director 
HENRIETTA C. QUINN, Secretary to the Dtrector 

EXECUTIVE OFFICE 
PAUL M REA, Executive Officer 
HENRIETTA C. QUINN, Office Mauan^er 
MARGARET C. DRISCOLL, Bursar 
ESTHER deB. ROBINS, Sales Manager 
CHARLES WHITENACK, Photographer 

REGISTRAR'S OFFICE 

JANE WOLFE, Registrar 

FRANCES RICHARDSON, Custodian 

MARION THRING, ETHEL C. ELKINS, HELEN McCLENAHAN, Cataloguers 

LIBRARY 
PAUL VANDERBILT, Librarian 
M. RADCLYFFE FURNESS, Assistant Librarian 

PUBLICATIONS 
FRANCIS HENRY TAYLOR, Editor 

INSTALLATION 
ELIZABETH ABEL, Assistant 

BUILDINGS 
GEORGE C. BARBOUR, Superintendent 
LEWIS LIST, Captain of the Watch 



THE SCHOOL STAFF 

1929-1930 

EDMONDSON HUSSEY, Principal 

LESLIE W. MILLER, Principal Emeritus 

E. W. FRANCE, Director, Textile Department 

THOMAS H. WILLSON, Registrar 

WILLARD P. GRAHAM, Assistant Registrar 

EUGENIE M. FRYER, Librarian 



FACULTY 

ART DEPARTMENT 



ROSE A. BAIRD 

Costume Design, Dressmaking 

LOUISE BAXTER 

Instructor, Costume Design 

WILLIAM BLOOD 
Illustration 

J. FRANK COPELAND 

Design as Related to Interior Decor- 
ation, Lectures on Elements of 
Architecture 

EDMUND deFOREST CURTIS 
Pottery 

RALPH DUNKELBERGER 

Drawing from Cast 

EVELYN DUDLEY 
Architectural Graphics 

JOHN J. DULL 
Water Color 

EDITH EMERSON 

Lectures, Art Appreciation 

T. P. FARRADAY 

Design as Related to Interior 
Decoration 

DOUGLAS GILCHRIST 

Metal Work and Jewelry 

MABEL B. HALL 

Advanced Drawing from the Cast, 
Anatomy Drawing 

EDMONDSON HUSSEY 
Subjects of Teaching 

JOHN CRAIG JANNEY 
Drawing from the Cast 



FLORENCE JESTER 
Supervisor of Practice Teaching 

JOSEPH KANETSKY 
Wrought Iron 

RICHARD KLINGES 
Full-Sized Drawing 

ALFRED KRAKUSIN 

Assistant Instructor in Anatomy 
Drawing 

ELMER S. LUKENS 
Woodwork and Joinery 

RALPH McLELLAN 
Drawing from Life 

ALICE MEEHAN 

First Year Lettering; Assisting in 
Design 

ELLEN F. MEEHAN 

Design, First Year Color and Design, 
Advanced Design 

LOUIS MILIONE 
Modeling 

HARRISON MILLER 

Drawing and Painting as Related to 
Poster and Advertising Design 

THORNTON OAKLEY 

Illustration, Composition, Costumed 
Model in Relation to Illustration 
and Composition 

JUSTIN PARDI 

Drawing and Perspective, Assistant 
in Life Drawing Class. 

EVELYN PENNEGAR 

Instructor, Subjects of Teaching 



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HERBERT PULLINGER 
Pen and Ink Drawing 

PAUL REMMEY 
Costumed Model 

ELISE LOGAN RHOADS 

Lectures, Interior Decoration Subjects 

ROBERT RUSHTON 
Beginners' Drawing 

GERTRUDE SCHELL 

First Year Drawing from the Cast 

C. ALYNN SHILLING 

Design as Related to Interior 
Decoration 

GILBERT SHIVERS 

Poster and Advertising Design 

GEORGE SKLAR 

Assistant Instructor in Modeling 

LUIGI SPIZZIRRI 

Nature Study Drawing 

Costumed Model Class as Related to 
Poster and Advertising, Teachers' 
Training and Costume Design 



EDWARD STRAWBRIDGE 
Beginners' Drawing 

MARY B. SWEENEY 

First Year Drawing from the Cast 

ELIZABETH THESMAR 

Assistant Junior Class, Museum Study 

EDITH THOMPSON 

Assistantjunior Class, Museum Study 

DARWIN URFFER 
Costumed Model 

EDWARD WARWICK 

Design as Related to Furniture, 
Wood-Carving, Pageantry, Stage 
Craft, and History of Costume 

Lectures on History of Furniture and 
History of Costume 

WILLIAM WEISS 
Beginners' Drawing 

JOHN C. WONSETLER 
Beginners' Drawing 



TEXTILE DEPARTMENT 



E. W. FRANCE 
Director 

Lecturer on Raw Materials, Proc- 
esses and Fabrics 

BRADLEY C. ALGEO 

Assistant Director, in Charge of 
Weave Formation, Analysis and 
Structure of Fabrics 

FRANK L. GIESE 

Instructor in Weave Formation. 
Analysis and Structure of 
Fabrics 

RICHARD S. COX 

in Charge of Jacquard Design, 
Drawing and Color Work 

ERCAL KAISER 
Instructor in Jacquard Design and 
Color Work 



RALPH DUNKELBERGER 

Instructor in Free-Hand Drawing 
and Figured Design 

ELMER C. BERTOLET 

in Charge of Chemistry, Dyeing 
and Printing 

HOWARD A. WALTER 

Assistant in Charge of Chemistry 
and Dyeing 

PERCIVAL THEEL 

Instructor in Dyeing and Chem- 
istry 

JOSEPH E. GOODAVAGE 

Instructor in Dyeing, Bleaching 
and Printing 



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GEORGE G. BYLER 

Instructor in Elementary Chemistry 

JOHN LOCKWOOD 

Instructor in Charge of Wool 
Carding and Spinning, Worsted 
Drawing and Spinning 

ALAN G. MARQUART 

Assistant in Wool Carding and 
Spinning, Worsted Drawing and 
Spinning 

JOHN NAAB 

Instructor in Charge of Cotton 
Carding and Spinning, Silk 
Manufacturing and Hosiery 
Knitting 

WM. B. WILLIAMSON 

Assistant Instructor in Cotton 
Carding and Spinning and Hos- 
iery Knitting 



WILLIAM PFEIFFER 

Instructor in Charge of Power 
Weaving and Related Branches 
ERVIN WILMER 

Assistant in Power Weaving and 
Related Branches 

ROBERT J. REILLY 

Assistant in Power Weaving and 
Related Branches 

WM. A. McLAIN 
Instructor in Charge of Elementary 
Weaving and Related Branches 

JOHN W. FRANCE 

Assistant in Elementary Weaving 
and Related Branches 

FREDERICK JENNINGS 

Instructor in Materials Used in the 
Wool and Worsted Industry 



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FRENCH GOTHIC DOORWAY FROM LIMOGES 



GIFT OF MR. AND MRS. ISAAC TATNALL STARR 




FRENCH RENAISSANCE CHIMNEYPIECE FROM THE 
CHATEAU DE SAINT RAMBERT D'ALBON 



GIFT OF ELI KIRK PRICE 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

To the Members of the Pennsylvania Museum of Art: 
Ladies and Gentlemen: 

The past year was the first full year during which your Board of 
Trustees was in charge of the Philadelphia Museum at Fairmount 
in addition to Memorial Hall, Mount Pleasant and Cedar Grove. 
Many generous gifts of interiors and other elements of period rooms 
were received and a number of important purchases of similar 
objects were made by the Trustees, but none of these can be erected 
until further appropriations for continuing the work of construction 
of the interior of the Philadelphia Museum are made by the City 
Council. 

It is hoped that a substantial appropriation for this purpose will 
be provided in the loan bill to be submitted in the autumn to the vote 
of the citizens. If the vote is favorable, the Park Commission will be 
in a position to proceed with the work on the interior of the Museum, 
which will enable the Trustees to install the many objects already 
acquired and awaiting display, including those of the Romanesque 
and Gothic sections and the notable buildings and rooms , four Chinese 
and two Japanese, obtained by Mr. Jayne, Chief of the Division of 
Eastern Art, on his visit to the orient last summer. 

It is obvious, however, that, with the installation of all these 
rooms and objects on the exhibition floor and the completion of the 
study collection and the administration floors, the expense of operat- 
ing the Museum will be greatly increased and the Trustees will have 
to look to obtaining at the earliest moment possible a very consid- 
erable addition toward the endowment fund of $15,000,000, which 
they announced last year as their immediate goal. 

Respectfully submitted on behalf of the Board of Trustees, 

Eli Kirk Price, 

President. 



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REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MUSEUM 

To the President and Trustees of the Pennsylvania Museum of Art: 

The year just past has been unprecedented in the number of very 
large gifts to the Museum. 

The material for the Romanesque section now, we trust, about 
to be constructed in the south wing, has been provided as a 
memorial by a gift of $150,000 from a donor who wishes for the pres- 
ent to remain anonymous. It embraces the marble cloister of St. 
Genis des Fontaines in the Pyrenees, the facade of the abbey of St. 
Laurent les Augustins, from Cosnes in Burgundy, and other objects 
of great beauty and importance. Chief among these latter are a mar- 
ble throne from St. Genis des Fontaines and several fine pieces of 
armour, notably the famous Doria helmet, embossed and gilded, 
formerly in the Carrand and Spitzer collections. With other medi- 
aeval elements now in possession of the Museum, these will enable 
it to evoke, to a degree unsurpassed in America, the atmosphere of 
that great age of piety, chivalry and romance. 

Equally valuable is the gift by Mr. Edward B. Robinette, of the 
entire Simkhovitch Collection of Chinese paintings, several hundred 
in number, together with a palace hall of the Ming dynasty for their 
exhibition. With the possible exception of the Museum of Fine 
Arts in Boston no museum in the Western world now possesses such 
riches in the field of Chinese painting. In addition, the collection 
comprises a dozen Japanese paintings of great importance, includ- 
ing four authenticated scrolls by Sesshu. 

We have also been pledged two large grants for our programme 
of active educational work. The General Education Board has 
granted the sum of $150,000 "to endow a chair for an expert con- 
sultant for industry in connection with the Museum's educational 
programme." This grant is conditional on the completion, before 
December 31, 193 1, of an endowment of $1,000,000, of which, 
thanks to many generous donors in the past two years, only some 
$150,000 still remains to be subscribed. 

Those who subscribed $5,000 or more for this purpose are 
listed below: 

Anonymous $50,000 

Anonymous 10,000 

Anonymous 5,000 

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Berwind 5,000 

Samuel T. Bodine 5,000 

Charles Bond 5,000 

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Mk. ano Mrs. John F'. Uraun $ S.ooo 

CLARiiNcii M. Clark 5,cxx> 

E. W. Clark 15,000 

Philip S. Collins 5,000 

Mr. ANn Mrs. Cyrus H. K. Curtis 100,000 

Miss Mary A. DonuiNs 10,000 

Dr. ano Mrs. John T. Dorrancb 5,000 

Mr, anu Mrs. Waltur D. Fi'lli;k 5,000 

Jdmn Criiuikl 10,000 

Mrs. CiiARiiis Wmiivrr Hknry 15,000 

hxNJAMlN R. HoiI'MAN 14,000 

josKPH \ . Horn io,ooo 

Mr. and Mrs. Charlus E. In(u<rsoll 5,000 

ElDRUXIH R. J0MNS«.>N i5,ooo 

Mr. and Mrs. .\. ArvvAiiiR Kunt 10,000 

Miss .\nnh Irwin Laih;iii,in 10,000 

Cii;(.>Rv)K Ml I-'aookn 10,000 

Mrs. jiuiN O. Mcli.iiiiNNY 10,000 

Mr. ano Mrs. I'rank H. Moss 5,000 

Mr. ano Mrs. Samiuu. Rha 10,000 

I.KSSINCI j. R«.>shnwald i5,ooo 

Coi'N'nvss Elizauuth dk Santa Ei'lalia 10,000 

N. M. SuABRii.\&ii 5,000 

lilXSAR \ . SliliLUR 5,000 

Mrs. C". Mi>RioN Smith 15,000 

\\ . HiNCKHi Smuh 5,000 

J. Srodoiiii SroKKS 5,000 

JAMliS F. Si' I 1.1 VAN 5,000 

Mr. AND Mrs. Rolano L. I ayi.or 15,000 

Mrs. Gkorok D. Widunkr 10,000 

CiliORlJl^ D. WlOHNliR 15,000 

Morris Wolf 7.*JOO 

William \\\>oo io,cxx) 

The Curncijie Corporation has pledged the sum of $6000 an- 
nually for tive years in furtherance of the Museums programme of 
education. 

I'urthcr lunahlc additions to our .series oi [xriod elements have 
Ixren made hv the followinu diMiors: a French Gothic chajxrl of the 
fourteenth ccnturv, bv .\llxMt I.. Smith. Edward B. Smith, Jr., 
Gcortrcy S. Smith .in^\ John Story Smith ; a great Gothic doorway from 
lumogcs.hv Mr. and Mrs Isaac TatnallStarr; a \enetian Gothic room 
ot the tittcenth ccnturv from the Soranzo Palace, in the name of 
Thomas J. Dolan, bv his widow and bv Clarence W . Dolan and H. 
Vale Dolan; a carved Spanish Renaissance dome, by Mr. and Mrs. 

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CHINESE TEMPLE OF THE SUNG DYNASTY 

(X-XIIIth Centuries) 

gift of joseph wasserman 



RadclifFc Cheston, Jr.; a great carved stone chimneypiece of the 
French Renaissance from the Chateau St. Rambert d'Albon, by Eli 
Kirk Price; a well-known Dutch Room of the seventeenth century, 
with funds for its furnishings, by Edward W. Bok; a carved paneled 
room in the Tudor style, by William L. McLean and a Chinese 
temple of the Sung dynasty (tenth-thirteenth centuries), by Joseph 
Wasserman. Such a mere enumeration does little justice to the rarity 
and beauty of these elements, which are receiving individual pres- 
entation in our Bulletin and are elsewhere attracting wide attention. 
With those previously received and reported, we have now been 
given some twenty-six such items, which bring us well toward 
realization of the comprehensive scheme of installation planned for 
the display collection. Such an inclusive assemblage of the character- 
istic backgrounds of the arts of all ages and climes has never pre- 
viously been attempted. It cannot fail to give new life to the collec- 
tions and make them speak to the public with new meaning. 

An acquisition of the first importance is the Beauvais tapestry 
of the Fetes Italiennes, signed and dated "Boucher 1736," with the 
arms of the Prince de Rohan Soubise, woven for the Salle d 'Audience 
of the H6tel de Soubise. Bought at auction by an American dealer 
in Paris a year ago for $95,000, it was only permitted to leave France 
after a protracted legal struggle. It comes as a gift of Dorothea Barney 
Harding as a memorial to her husband, the late J. Horace Harding. 

In the field of paintings, Alex Simpson, Jr., has given to the 
Museum eleven works by such important American masters as Blake- 
lock, Mary Cassatt, Chase, Eakins, Thayer, Weir and Wyant. This 
group reinforced the collections in a most welcome quarter. It is 
supplemented by two fine canvases by Arthur B. Davies (d. 1918), 
the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Collins. From the early period of 
American painting are the original version of Benjamin West's 
"Death on the Pale Horse," 1800, given by Theodora Kimball Hub- 
bard in memory of Edwin Fiske Kimball, and a portrait of a Men- 
nonite woman by Jacob Eicholtz, i8i8, given by John F. Braun. 

For the department of prints Mr. Braun has also given a notable 
group of works by Joseph Pennell, comprising a hundred and twenty- 
one items, etchings, lithographs and drawings relating to Philadel- 
phia and Pennsylvania. It constitutes an admirable nucleus for a 
comprehensive collection of the work of this important Philadel- 
phia artist. 

Philip H. Rosenbach and A. S. W. Rosenbach have given an 
important group of illustrated books. Specially notable among these 
are the exquisite copies, from the Roederer collection, of the books 
of French engraved ornament by Berain, Oppcnord, Meissonier and 



Cauvet, of great rarity and price. Messrs. Edward Stern & Company, 
Inc. and William F. Fell Company have given funds for the pur- 
chase of a systematic collection of fine examples of early printing, 
many of which have already been received. 

In European sculpture the collections of the Museum, in 
accordance with the older traditions of collecting, have been weak 
as compared with their richness in paintings. It is accordingly 
very gratifying to report the numerous accessions in this field. A 
generous gift of Mr. and Mrs. Roland L. Taylor has brought us 
more than forty sculptured figures and some five hundred other 
specimens of English wood carving. It forms a body of material 
of this sort unrivalled outside of the Victoria and Albert Museum 
and will be of the very greatest value to students and craftsmen. 
A bas relief in terra-cotta, the Fete of Pales, by the French sculptor 
Moitte, the original study for the relief of the portico of the Hotel 
de Salm in Paris, 1783, is the gift of Orville H. Bullitt. 

In Eastern sculpture a number of significant pieces have been 
added to the collection, strengthening the Museum's position in this 
field. Outstanding among these is the very fine ninth century 
blackstone stele of Surya Deva, of the Bihar School, India, the 
gift of Mrs. Nathaniel R. Norton, Mrs. Richard Wain Meirs, Mrs. 
Edwin N. Benson, Jr., and Mrs. William A. M. Fuller. Two ex- 
quisite Chinese marbles of the Wei Dynasty (fourth-sixth centuries), 
formerly in the Siren Collection, are the gift of John S. Jenks, and 
a polychrome sandstone stele of slightly later date is a welcome 
addition from an anonymous donor. Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 
has given a very considerable group of oriental and other inter- 
esting objects. 

In addition, the following friends of the Museum have sub- 
scribed funds for the purchase of specific objects, the nature of which 
will be announced later: Mrs. Samuel Bettle, Rodman E. Griscom, 
Wright S. Ludington, Mrs. Herman Loeb, John A. McCarthy, Mr. 
and Mrs. C. Stewart Wurts. 

Beside the period rooms already given, the Museum has been 
fortunate enough to secure during the year, awaiting the gener- 
osity of donors, several further units for the series and also a con- 
siderable number of pieces of furniture of high quality, as well as 
certain items of textiles and sculpture. 

The total amount expended for purchase of works of art during 
the year was $741, 140. 98. Of this total only $35,o78.3i was sup- 
plied by the income of endowments and other general museum 
funds; the great sum of $707,161.66 was given specifically for the 
purpose by living friends of the Museum a general outpouring 



of beneficence which has perhaps no parallel in the annals of any 
museum. 

Loans 
Scarcely less noteworthy has been the generosity of owners of 
works of art in lending their treasures to be enjoyed by the public. 
Most of the objects and collections lent for the inaugural exhibition 
have been allowed to remain throughout this following year, and 
many more have been added to them for a longer or shorter period. 

The most notable of these additions have been in the field of 
furniture. A remarkable collection of the finest English furniture 
and clocks, embracing fifty-three pieces, lent anonymously, makes 
the standard of furnishing in our Georgian rooms quite equal to the 
rooms themselves and the paintings there displayed. Mr. and Mrs. 
George W. Childs Drexel lent their remarkable French furniture of 
the Louis XV and Louis XVI periods; Mrs. Campbell Madeira her 
admirable signed Empire set. A number of pieces of Italian fur- 
niture have been deposited by the executors of Naomi Wood, and 
of Portuguese furniture by Mrs. Charles F. Derby. 

The loans of paintings have also been very numerous and impor- 
tant. Mrs. Edgar Scott has placed in the Museum for the year 
her ten fine early Corots, mostly of the Roman period. S. S. White, 
3rd, has again lent many interesting contemporary French paint- 
ings, including works of Cezanne, Matisse and others. Theodore 
Pitcairn has deposited Rembrandt's "Man with a Turban," formerly 
in the Brussels Museum; Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederick C. Stout, 
Gainsborough's full length "Lord Vernon;" John B. Stetson, Jr., 
a large and interesting collection of European miniatures; John 
Frederick Lewis, an important group of engravings by Hogarth. 

Among articles of handicraft, Henry F. du Pont has lent a group 
of eleven pieces of colonial silver by Revere, Hurd, Burt and others 
of the best known early makers; William Ellis Scull a varied and 
interesting group of devotional objects. 

Detailed lists of all loans and gifts received during the year have 
appeared from month to month in the Museum Bulletin. 

Special Ejxhibitions 
Although the rooms at Fairmount destined for special exhibi- 
tions are not completed, we have held there three of importance: in 
December, the inaugural exhibition of the Charles M. Lea Collection 
of prints, one hundred selected masterpieces; in January, the Inter- 
national Exhibition of Contemporary Ceramic Art; and in April, 
May and June, the rugs of the James F. Ballard collection. With 
the earlier rugs of the Joseph Lees William Memorial Collection 

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these offered an unrivalled opportunity for the enjoyment and study 
of oriental carpets. 

At Memorial Hall the print room has offered a continuous series 
of smaller special exhibitions : water colors and drawings of con- 
temporary French artists, lent by Mr. and Mrs. John U. Nef, and 
prints from the Lea collection, as follows: Early German Woodcuts. 
Heinrich Aldegrever, the German Little Masters. 

Installation 

Much time and study have been given during the year to the 
further problems of installation in the new building. Detailed plans 
are being prepared for fitting together and setting up the various 
period elements which have been acquired. Those for the Roman- 
esque section have been completed, and it is the belief that this can 
be begun early in the autumn and completed perhaps by May or June. 

Many designs and experiments have been made to develop a 
new and improved type of museum cases for the study collection, to 
be provided by the grant of funds already received from the Gen- 
eral Education Board. The latest of the experimental cases to be 
built is believed to mark important advances in accessibility, in 
flexibility of arrangement, in economy and in standardization. 

Old Houses in Fairmount Park 

The Museum has continued to give its assistance in the restora- 
tion of old houses in Fairmount Park. This year the executors of 
Naomi Wood have restored Woodford, which assumed its present 
form about 1756. It will be open to the public in the autumn on 
terms similar to those prevailing at Mount Pleasant and Cedar 
Grove. Under the fostering care of Daniel V. Huntoon, personal 
trustee of the estate, the intelligent handling of John P. B. Sinkler, 
its architect, and the skilled help of Mr. Pedersen and Mr. Downs 
of the Museum staff, the house has resumed its great original beauty. 

Sweetbrier, 1797, has also been charmingly restored by the 
Junior League of Philadelphia with the assistance of Mr. Pedersen 
and Mr. Downs. Although it is occupied by the League as a club 
house, the public is admitted to the halls and the finest of the rooms, 
furnished as a museum room. The Museum has supplied for this an 
important mantel by Robert Welford and other objects from its 
collections. 

Concerts and Lectures 

During the past winter, through the generosity of Mrs. Mary 
Louise Curtis Bok, it has been possible to hold a series of six con- 
certs in the Museum on Sunday evenings. Louis Bailly, head of the 



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"DAPHNES OF THE RAVINE" 

BY ARTHUR B. DAVIES, AMERICAN, C. 19x8 
GIFT OF MR. AND MRS. PHILIP S. COLLINS 



Department of Chamber Music of the Curtis Institute of Music, has 
arranged and directed these concerts given by the artist students of 
the Institute. There was an attendance of over thirty thousand, and 
the enthusiasm shown by the public was beyond any measure of 
expectation, justifying the confidence in public appreciation man- 
ifested in the high quality of the programmes. Mrs. Bok has very 
generously promised to continue the concerts next year on a larger 
scale. 

The specially endowed lectures, on the funds provided by Mrs. 
Theodore Cramp and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pcppcv Vaux, by Mrs. 
Charles S. Hinchman (the Lydia S. Hinchman bund), Mrs. Alfred 
Coxe Prime, and Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Rebmann, were given in the 
west foyer of the Museum at Fairmount on Sunday afternoons, April 
14th to May 5th, as follows: 

William Hogarth and His Times 

By John Irederick Lewis 

Modern Decorative Art 

By George Howe 

Philadelphia Silversmithiiig 

By Sumiiel IV. Woodljouit, Jr. 

The Grand Tradition in Prints 

By Ralph M. Fear ton 

Some Colonial Contrasts 

By Huger lilliott 

Eighteenth Century British Painters 

By Stewart iJick 

The Board of Education of the City of Philadelphia has inau- 
gurated a cooperation with this institution in extending visual 
instruction of pupils of the public schools by visits to the Museum 
under guidance. Three of the supervisors of art education in the 
schools have been detailed to the Museum daily to conduct classes. 
The number of pupils profiting by this work, the forerunner of much 
more to come, has been approximately 15,000. 

Handicapped as we still are for lack of auditorium and class- 
rooms planned in the Museum for our Division of Education, wc 
expect to make substantial further progress next year in putting our 
educational programme into operation. 

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Personnel 

The Museum records with pleasure that Mr. Jayne, who has so 
notably developed our collections of Eastern art, was in April chosen 
as Director of the University Museum in Philadelphia. He continues 
to act as Chief of the Division of Eastern Art in our own Museum, 
thus insuring friendly cooperation and avoidance of duplication 
between these two great Philadelphia institutions. Dr. Bye, Curator 
of Paintings, who has been with our Museum since 192.3, resigned 
December 31st to devote himself to his increasing outside interests. 
Henri G. Marceau, Curator of the Johnson Collection since the 
lamented death of Hamilton Bell, has been appointed to the post of 
Curator of Fine Arts in the section of Renaissance and Modern Art in 
this Museum. He will assume his duties in September. Paul Vander- 
bilt, our new Librarian, who has been purchasing books for the 
Museum in Europe, will also return at that time. We have been 
fortunate to secure the services of Paul M. Rea, a former President of 
the American Association of Museums, who has been acting as 
Executive Officer of the Museum, installing a modern system of 
accounts, and as Chief of the Division of Education. 

The Museum has had the advantage in recent years of the knowl- 
edge and assistance of a number of highly qualified scholars and 
experts in various fields, in some cases with financial compensation 
from time to time, in others generously rendered without compensa- 
tion. We are very happy to have their permission now to recognize 
and acknowledge this service by adding to our published list of 
advisers the following: Marcel Aubert of the Musee du Louvre, 
Gothic Art; Walter W. S. Cook of New York University, Spanish 
Art; Ananda Coomarswamy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 
Indian Art; Nicola D'Ascenzo, Stained Glass; Thomas T. Hoopes, 
Arms and Armour; Richard OfFner of New York University, Italian 
Art; Arthur Upham Pope, Persian Art; Rudolf M. Riefstahl of New 
York University, Textiles; Mikhael RostovzefF of Yale University, 
Ancient Art; Samuel Yellin, Metal Work. 

Attendance 
On March i6th the Museum at Fairmount had been open to the 
public for one full year. The attendance there in that period was 
939,450, at Memorial Hall, 2.47,199, at Mount Pleasant, 3,873, at 
Cedar Grove, 3,904, a total of 1,194,416. For the fiscal year ending 
May 31st the total was 1,101,165. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, 
1918, 1,161,017; Boston, 1918, 335,808). The attendance of the last 
fiscal year (458,193) was more than doubled. It is interesting to 
observe that the attendance at Memorial Hall, so far from showing 
a falling off, exceeds that of the last fiscal year by 15,000, showing 

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that the increase of public interest in the Museum is by no means con- 
fined to the new building, but is reflected generally. 

Opportunities and Obligations op the Museum 

The large sums received by gift in the past two years go a long 
way toward enabling the Museum to meet worthily the opportuni- 
ties and obligations of the new building in two important respects: 
the installation of the display and study collections, and a programme 
of public educational work and of cooperation with industry. An 
equal strengthening is still needed in two other respects, if the 
Museum is to continue to hold the place it has won: the budget for 
its staff, and the endowment for the general purchase of works of art. 
Collections now coming in the market as a result of the war offer 
possibilities for purchases which will probably never be equalled. 
To study the works in these and permit a wise selection we need to 
supplement especially our force of curators. The staff of the Museum 
and the works of art in its permanent collections are in the final 
analysis the chief measures of its usefulness. It is estimated that an 
unrestricted endowment of $15,000,000 is needed to enable us to 
achieve its possibilities in these regards. We look confidently to the 
generosity of donors and testators to provide such an endowment, 
in scale with those already existing in other American museums 
of art. 

Trustees of museums perform an arduous and indispensable 
work which goes on quietly with too little recognition by the gen- 
eral public. To the officers, trustees and committees of this institu- 
tion, for their extraordinarily effective service and happy cooperation, 
the Director and the staff tender their sincerest gratitude and 
acknowledgement . 

Respectfully submitted, 

FiSKE Kimball, 

Director. 



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STATISTICAL TABLES 



ACCESSIONS 

(Received at the Museum, June 1, 1928-May 31, 1929) 



Classes Bequests 

Architectural Details 

Arms and Armour 

Books 1 

Library Fund 

Ceramics 1 

Baugh-Barber Fund 

Costumes and Accessories 

Crystals, Jade 

Dolls and Toys 

Drawings 

Enamels 

Fans 

Glass 

Glass (Stained) 

Ivories 

Jewelry 

Lace 

Lacquer 

Lantern Slides 

Medals and Coins 

Metal-work 4 

Harrison Fund 

Miniatures 

Miscellaneous 

Paintings 

Philately 

Photographs 

Printing 

Prints and Volumes of Prints 

Sculpture 

Membership Fund 

Textiles 

James R. Magee Fund 

Woodwork and Furniture 2 

Germantown Tribute Fund 

Unrestricted Purchase Funds 



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m 


28-29 


1928-29 


1927-28 


Gifts 


Purchases 


Totals 


Totals 


22 


7 


29 


3 

48 


273 










334 


608 


552 


223 


37 








1 


262 


496 


9 




9 


31 


18 


11 


29 




1 




1 


3 


1 




1 


5 


3 




3 


3 

1 


271 




271 


n 


1 




1 


1 


10 




10 






9 


9 


103 


1 




1 


11 


7 


2 


9 






1074 


1074 


504 


5 




5 


4 


176 


49 








1 


230 


203 


1 




1 


33 


22 


2 


24 


39 


337 


4 


341 


6 


1 




1 




50 


2271 


2321 


1646 


62 




62 




230 




230 


4756 


45 


10 








1 


56 


17 


536 


38 








67 


641 


176 


433 


34 

2 








2 


473 


140 



2738 



3956 



6702 



8792 



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LOANS 

1928-29 1927-28 

Arms and Armour 4 

Ceramics 446 109 

Costumes 1 

Crystals, Jades, Ivories 6 43 

Drawings 2 

Enamels 1 24 

Glass 1 1 

Jewelry 1 

Lace 2 408 

Lacquer Work 2 2 

Leather Work 1 

Manuscripts 2 

Medals and Coins, etc 901 1045 

Metal-work 51 240 

Miniatures 108 1 

Miscellaneous 3 13 

Paintings 60 325 

Prints 36 334 

Sculpture 12 88 

Textiles 154 118 

Toys 1 7 

Woodwork and Furniture 131 265 

Totals 1918 3031 

Lenders of Objects of Art 55 92 

BEQUESTS RECEIVED 

Elizabeth W. Lewis 
Joseph Bunford Samuel 
Annie B. Stcrrett 



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ACCESSIONS: COMPARATIVE TABLES 



A. OBJECTS OF ART 

Bequests Gifts 

1929 8 2738 

1928 321 5922 

Decrease from 1928 313 3184 

Increase over 1928 

B. LIBRARY 

Books 

1929 273 

1928 1 312 

Increase over 1928 

Decrease from 1928 1 39 

Photographs 

1929 50 

1928 

Increase over 1928 50 

Lantern Slides 

1929 

1928 

Increase over 1928 

Bequests of Objects of Art Received 

Donors of Objects of Art 

Donors to the Library , .'..., 



Purchases Total 



3956 
2549 



1407 



334 
239 



95 



2271 
1646 



625 



6702 
8792 



2090 



607 
552 



55 



2321 
1646 



675 



1074 


1074 


504 


504 


570 


570 


1928-29 


1927-28 


3 


5 


88 


84 


43 


64 



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DONORS OF OBJECTS OF ART 



Artistic Weaving Company 
A. W. Bahr 

Mrs. Edwin N. BensonJr. 
Mrs. Samuel Bettle 
Francis H. Bigelow 
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. 

Blumenthal 
Edward W. Bok 
La Baronne de la Bouillerie 
John F. Braun 
Mrs. Edward Browning 
Orville H. Bullitt 
Mrs. F. H. Calvert 
Mrs. William T. Carter 
Chabrow Brothers 
Mr. and Mrs. Radcllffe 

Cheston, Jr. 
Alice E. Claflin 
Louise S. Claflin 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Collins 
William A. Cook 
Mrs. Theron L Crane 
Mrs. Blanche Cummings 
Miss Mary H. Davis (In memory 

of Sarah E. Meek) 
Mrs. William A. Dick 
Mrs. Edwin S. Dixon, Jr. 
Clarence W. Dolan 
H. Yale Dolan 
Mrs. Thomas J. Dolan 
Mrs. Thomas H. Dougherty 
Mrs. Joseph C. Earnshaw 
Mrs. Isaac Price Ewing 
William F. Fell Company 
Miss Annie D. Ferree 
Mrs. William A. M. Fuller 
Dorothea Barney Harding (In 

memory of J. Horace Harding) 
Charles D. Hart 
Y. Hattori 
N. M. Heeramaneck 



Theodora Kimball Hubbard 

(In memory of Edwin Fiske 

Kimball) 
Herbert E. Ives 
H. H. F. Jayne 
John S. Jenks 
Mrs. Henry P. Kidder 
C. Hartman Kuhn 
William Fulton Kurtz 
Mrs. Thomas Leaming 
Joseph G. Lester 
Mary F. McIlvain (In memory 

of John Morton McIlvain) 
William L. McLean 
Mrs. Richard W. Meirs 
Modern Club of Philadelphia 
Miss Helen Mae Myers 
Walter G. Nelson 
Mrs. William Price Newhall 
Mrs. N. R. Norton 
Miss Linda H. Pancoast 
Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 
(In memory of Frank Thorne 

Patterson) 
Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 
Eli Kirk Price 
Samuel Rea 

Miss Nancy Andrews Reath 
Edward B. Robinette 
Mrs. Dwight P. Robinson 
A. S. W. Rosens ACH 
Philip H. Rosenbach 
Lessing Rosenwald 
Mrs. Edgar V. Seeler 
Victore Siciliani (On behalf of 

the Italian Government) 
Alex Simpson, Jr. 
Albert L. Smith 
Mrs. Alfred Percival Smith 
Edward B. Smith, Jr. 
Geoffrey S. Smith 
John Story Smith 



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Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Tatnall Twentieth Century Club and 

Starr Citizens of Lansdowne 

Foster Stearns Joseph Wasserman 

Edward Stern & Company, Inx. P,^^''?^ Doane Wells 

J. Stogdell Stokes ^^'- J°"^^^- Whiteman 

'ir rr hsTATE OF NaOMI WOOD 

loSHio Iakahashi C \\T \\T t 

.. A-r n T Samuel W. WooDHOusE, Jr. 

Mr. AND Mrs. Roland L. ^^^ Minturn T. Wright 

Iaylor Yale University Press (In 

Miss Gertrude Townsend memory of Henry Weldon 

Miss Pauline B. Townsend Barnes) 



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DONORS TO THE LIBRARY 



N. H. DiNO Barozzi 

George Blumenthal 

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 

The Evening Bulletin 

Mrs. J. Hampton Carson 

Art Institute of Chicago 

Cleveland Museum of Art 

George Alfred Cluett 

J. C. Dana 

Detroit Institute of Arts 

Felix Dreisen 

Erik Fahle 

Clarence H. B. Fair all 

John C. Fergusson 

Benjamin Fleisher 

Harrold E. Gillingham 

William Preston Harrison 

Henry E. Huntingdon Library 

AND Art Gallery 
Miss Annie M.James 
John S. Jenks 
F. French Kemp 
Dikran G. Kelekian 



Frederick P. Keppel 

FisKE Kimball 

Van Antwerp Lea 

Philip Lehman 

Manchester Museum and Art 

Gallery 
Metropolitan Museum of Art 
Herbert H. Newton 
Ohio State Archaeological 

AND Historical Society 
Oriental Ceramic Society 
Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 
Seligmann Galleries 
Lewis W. Sipley 
Fernando Alvarez De Soto- 

mayer 
Mrs. Alfred Stengel 
J. Stogdell Stokes 
Y. Takahashi 

Victoria and Albert Museum 
Estate of Naomi Wood 
Worcester Art Museum 



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LENDERS OF OBJECTS OF ART 



Mr. and Mrs. Horace Allen 
The American Federation of 

Arts 
James F. Ballard 
Alexander Benson 
John F. Braun 
Mrs. Charles H. Burr 
Mr. and Mrs. James T. 

COLBURN 

Mrs. Charles F. Derby 
Mr. and Mrs. George W. 

Childs Drexel 
Henry F. du Pont 
Miss Lucy E. Lee Ewing 
Edwin Forrest Home 
Mrs. Francis P. Garvan 
Mrs. Harrold E. Gillingham 
Miss Elizabeth D. Hacker 
H. NoRRis Harrison 
John Harrison, Jr. 
J. G. Richard Heckscher 
Joseph B. Hodgson, Jr. 
Mrs. George W. Hunt 
Trustee of the John G. John- 
son Collection 
C. Hartman Kuhn 
Joseph G. Lester 
John Frederick Lewis 
Mrs. H. G. Lippincott,Jr. 
Mrs. William H. Lloyd 
Mrs. Crawford C. Madeira 
Mrs. Harry Markoe 



Robert McCarter 

Miss Ethel V. Moyer 

Mr. and Mrs. John U. Nef 

Mrs. Lewis Neilson 

The Numismatic and Anti- 
quarian Society 

Miss Ella Parsons 

Mrs. William Platt Pepper 

The Philadelphia Contribu- 
tionship 

Theodore Pitcairn 

Mrs. William L. Reid 

Mrs. W. K. Rogers 

Mrs. Edgar Scott 

William Ellis Scull 

Mrs. Joseph Wellington 
Shannon 

A. M. Shoemaker 

Omer Simon 

John B. Stetson, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederick C. 
Stout 

George Strawbridge 

John Strawbridge, Jr. 

Miss Louise Strawbridge 

Roland L. Taylor 

William Watson 

The Welcome Society of Penn- 
sylvania 

S. S. White, 3rd 

George D. Widener 

Estate of Naomi Wood 



REPORT OF THE PRINCIPAL OF THE SCHOOL 

To the President and Trustees of the Pennsylvania Museum of Art 

I have the honor of presenting to you the Annual Report of the 
Pennsylvania Museum's School of Industrial Art. 

The School 

It seems highly appropriate for the School of a Museum, being 
developed in structure, content and arrangement in ways of great 
beauty which is of intrinsic value to the public, in its report to 
outline the idea of its educational development as well as its ideal 
for future development and its relation to the Museum and the 
community. 

In an educational development, especially one concerning 
schools, we will not lose sight of the fact that schools are designed 
for the student and his needs, and not the student for the school 
and its needs. It is with this idea in mind that this school, because 
of its unique opportunity through the Museum and the environ- 
ment of a great manufacturing city, can develop a great school of 
design to meet the needs of students seeking expression and exper- 
ience through research, study and practice in design and fundamental 
training in the subjects of industrial art. 

In speaking of an industrial art school as a school of design, 
we must think of the meaning of design from the most inclusive and 
comprehensive interpretation — that of creating, shaping, forming, 
composing, whether it be materials, as fabrics in textiles or clay, 
wood, metals etc. This school, with its two departments. Textile 
and Art, is outstanding in its possibilities and promises to be a 
great school of design. 

The two departments may differ in purpose and training. 
They need not differ in idea and ideal of purpose. On the one 
hand, the experiences give the highest efficiency in expressing and 
developing line, form and color through scientific and technical 
training; while on the other hand the student is highly sensitive 
to his experience with line, form and color in expressing his ideas 
of creative design and in the application of design. It is through 
subtle understanding of principles and cooperation of ideas and 
ideals that the school will develop designers — one of America's 
greatest needs today in industry. If I may so term it, we must be 
"design-minded," seeking experiences through which we should 
develop discrimination and judgment in taste and in our products 
exemplifying beauty in design. It is to this end the educational 
work of the school is progressing. In looking back over the past few 
years we realize that the school is becoming more "design -minded" 

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in that the students of the three upper classes of the Art Department 
who have come under the influence of design, through several 
courses, numbered 143 this year in contrast to 41 four years ago. 

Schools are looked upon often as a place to train students, 
devoting much time to methods and theories in the courses of 
study and often giving very little time and opportunity for cultural 
and educational development which comes through the experiences 
of the practical element of the work. It is interesting to realize that 
this school is growing richer every year in the opportunities afforded 
its students for experience and practice, making principles, theories 
and methods live in the full reality of their expression. If we are 
to train for the industrial art world, the student must know some- 
thing of the problems of the industrial art world. What better way 
could be provided than much time spent in practical experiences. 

The Textile Department affords through its processes of work 
the practical aspect of the principles, theories and methods involved, 
and produces an immediate result in the product. 

In presenting some of the outstanding opportunities afforded 
the school for practical application of the methods, theories and 
principles of its training, the students who are studying the subjects 
of teaching have the opportunity of teaching two and a half days a 
week in private and public schools in some thirty schools in the 
environment of Philadelphia, of both elementary and high school 
grades. 

The Fashion Show, presented in April at the Manufacturers' 
Club by the Costume Design group, again brings to our minds the 
cooperatien of the manufacturers and their acknowledgment of 
the splendid work of this department through the very generous 
contribution of materials ^ to be made up and presented at the 
Fashion Show, by the following firms: 

FoLWELL Bros, and Co. Cleveland Worsted Mills 

Walther Mfg. Co., Inc. Aberfoyle Mfg. Co. 

Wm. F. Read Sons and Co. F. A. Bochmann and Co., Inc. 

Continental Mills Virginia Woolen Co. 
Rayon Institute of America 

Various accessories were also furnished by Gimbel Brothers. 

The contemporary decorative fabrics designed and made by the 
students of the Design course suggested possibilities in design and 
color to the manufacturer of textiles. In connection with the 
generosity of the manufacturers the idea presents itself, that, as a 
splendid form of cooperation between the Textile Department and 
the Art Department, we should look forward to the time when the 

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Textile Department would furnish materials to be made up by 
the Costume Design Department. This idea was well developed in the 
beautiful Pageant of the Golden Fleece under the auspices of the 
Wool Institute, so well staged in New York this spring, where 
the designers and the manufacturers cooperated splendidly in this 
great production. 

It is a real encouragement when the manufacturer makes a 
demand upon the school and is willing to bring about co-operation, 
either by making use of the student in practical ways in the plant 
or by presenting problems to be solved in the class-room. Through 
such cooperation I believe we shall develop a true understanding 
of the value of such experiences in preparing a student to fulfill the 
obligations which await him in the industrial world. 

As a school we feel most fortunate to have the experience of 
many years and yet be a school in the making, rich in promise and 
opportunities beyond measure for a student who seeks to develop 
his talent and taste through experience in the expression of industrial 
art. 

Registration 

The raising of the tuition fee each year has caused no perceptible 
drop in the number of students enrolled. The total number of stu- 
dents attending the school for the year 1918-1919 was 1,360 divided 
as follows : 

Art Department: 

Day School 511 

Evening School 159 

Saturday School 139 i ,010 

Textile Department: 

Day School 1 1 1 

Evening School 119 340 

Graduation 

Art Department 38 

Textile Department 18 

Exhibitions of Students' Work 

The exhibition of summer work by the Junior class was very 
interesting. Prizes were offered for unusually good work through 
the interest of Mr. Edgar Seeler. Mr. Hubert Logan, who received 
the travelling scholarship exhibited water colors of his European 
travel. The exhibition of the work of the Saturday Junior Classes 
was especially good. 

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Competitions 

Certain awards have been made through competition, giving 
students of the school the opportunity to test their abilities to 
fulfill certain definite requirements from both an artistic and a 
technical standpoint. 

A scholarship of $1000 was awarded to a student in the Textile 
Department by the Textile Color Card Association for highest 
ratings in color appreciation and application at the end of his 
Freshman year. 

House Beautiful Cover Contest — Four posters chosen to be 
shown among 100 submitted from all parts or the country. 

Oxford University Press — Book jacket offered in competition i 
sold to the London branch of the Oxford University Press. 

Monel Metal Kitchen Sink Contest of New York — Over 500 
competing from the entire country. Second prize to a second year 
student and an honorable mention. 

American Art Alliance Textile Competition — Eight designs 
purchased by manufacturers, ten on display at the Art Alliance in 
New York, six invited to exhibit their designs at Paterson, N. J. 
A second prize to a student of the Saturday Morning Color and 
Design class. 

Posters for the Flower Market — Second Prize. 

Lea Life Drawing Contest at the Academy of the Fine Arts — 
Second Prize. 

Wool Institute Inc. — Gold medal to a student in this year's 
graduating class of the Textile Department for designing and weav- 
ing woolen suiting piece. 

Exhibitions 

Robert Rushton and Alfred Krakusin — Exhibition of Water 
Colors from October 19 to November ii. 

Staats Cotsworth — Exhibition of Water Colors from November 
II to November io. 

Hubert Logan — Exhibition of Water Colors from November zo 
to December 3 . 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Copeland — Exhibition of Water Colors 
from December 3 to December 17. 

Henry Pitz, Herbert Pullinger, H. Devitt Welsh, Edward War- 
wick — Exhibition of Block Prints, Etchings, and Pen and Ink from 
January 3 to January 2.1. 

William Schoonmaker and Frank Mintzer — Exhibition of Draw- 
ings in relation to Advertising Art from January xi to February 4. 

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4 to February 15. 

William Shewell Ellis — Exhibition of Photographs in relation 
to Advertising Art from February 15 to March 4. 

Charles R. Paul's Studio — Exhibition of Advertising Art from 
March 4 to April i. 

Justin Pardi and Edward Strawbridge — ^Exhibition of Paintings 
from April i to April 15. 

Angelo and Salvatore Pinto — Exhibition of Water Colors and 
Etchings from April 15 to April z6. 

Exhibition of Designs from the Monel Metal Kitchen Sink 
Contest under the direction of the Art Alliance of America — from 
April -2.6 to May 6. 

Selected Exhibition of Students' Work during the American 
Federation of Arts Convention — May 2.3 to May 15 . 

Annual Exhibition of Students Work from June 6 to June i8. 
The Annual Exhibition this year exemplifies strongly the ideas and 
ideals towards which we are working and I believe it is one of the 
best exhibitions the school has had in a number of years both in 
quality and arrangement. 

Gifts 

Two outstanding gifts to the Library this year have again 
been made by the Associate Committee of Women. They as a body 
very generously presented to the Library the new Fourteenth 
Edition of the Encyclopedia Britannka. Augmenting this splendid 
gift, the Library Committee no less generously evidenced their 
interest in the Library's welfare by giving the Pageant of America, 
covering in its fifteen volumes every phase of American life. These 
two girts have enhanced the value of the Library to the students 
immeasurably, opening to them endless avenues of research which 
they will be quick to use. The interest in the use of such gifts is 
shown by the fact that 13,000 visits were made to the Library last 
year, of which number 697 represents the Night School attendance. 

The following individual donors to the Library presented 
books, plates, prints, magazines etc.: 

Associate Committee of Women 

Mr. John F. Braun 

Mrs. Henry C. Gibson 

Miss Anna Hartshorne 

Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman 

Miss Carolyn John 

Mr. Arthur H. Lea 

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Library Committee, Associate Committee of Women 

Miss Pauline Neidhard 

Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 

Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 

Mrs. John Reilly 

Mrs. Frederick H. Shelton presented two beautiful casts. 

Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe, Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson, Miss 
Louise Snowden, and Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts gave material to 
the Costume and Properties Department. 

The Costume Design Department appreciated greatly the ma- 
terials contributed by tne following mills: Folwell Bros, and Co., 
Walther Mfg. Co. Inc., Wm. F. Read Sons and Co., Continental 
Mills, Rayon Institute, Cleveland Worsted Mills, Aberfoyle Mfg. 
Co., F. A. Bochmann and Co. Inc., Virginia Woolen Co. 

The Fourth- Year Illustration Class presented to the School at 
graduation a beautiful original Howard Pyle illustration. 

Three original Howard Pyle illustrations were also presented by 
the Associate Committee of Women. 

Lectures 

Miss Dagmar Perkins, Director of the National Association for 
American Speech, has conducted a class in correct speech for the 
Teachers' Training group. Mrs. Dick was very helpful in making 
this possible through a generous contribution. 

Mrs. Rhoads gave a series of lectures to the group taking Sub- 
jects of Interior Decoration on materials and the practical side of 
the subject. 

Awards 

In addition to the very generous awards made by the Associate 
Committee of Women, the other outstanding awards were: 

An award for painting to be used for a summer painting class 
at Cape Cod, presented by Mrs. William A. Dick. 

Awards to be used in visiting Museums of New York City, for 
exceptional work in Practice Teaching. 

In presenting this, my review of the year, in the form of an 
Annual Report, it gives me great pleasure to speak of my keen 
appreciation of the fine support and cooperation of the Trustees, 
the Associate Committee of Women, the Staff, the Faculty and the 
students of the School in bringing the work of the year to a suc- 
cessful conclusion. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Edmondson Hussey, 

Principal. 

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REPORT OF THE TREASURER 

For the Fiscal Year Ended May _j/, igig 
GENERAL FUND 

RECEIPTS 

State of Pennsylvania Contribution $37,500.00 

City of Philadelphia Contribution 50,000.00 - 

Commissioners of Fairmount Park on 

Account of Maintenance of Museums 40,000.00 

Income from Endowments 39> 195-54 

Membership Dues 11,749.50 

Gifts 1,500.00 

Tuition Fees 151,810.00 

Interest on Bank Balances 31902. 

$333,074.06 

State of Pennsylvania Contribution due 

May 31, 1919 $11,500.00 

Commissioners of Fairmount Park on 
Account of Maintenance of Museums 
due May 31, 1919 10,000.00 

Excess of Expenditures 2.8,055.93 

50.555-93 

$383,619.99 

EXPENDITURES 

Museum Maintenance $114,411.11 

School Maintenance 183,735.71 

Administration, Interest and Insurance 85,471.06 

$383,619.99 

MUSEUM FUND 

RECEIPTS 

Amount received from Museum Fund Committee from 

December i, 1918, to May 31, 1919 $940,360.65 

EXPENDITURES 

Investment of Endowment Fund and 

For Advances $135,311.50 

For Investment of Lecture Fund 13,191.50 

For Purchase of Objects for Museum 195,863.06 

$444,368.06 
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Balances on hand in cash held for: 

Endowment $63,380.73 

Lecture Fund 316.68 

Industrial Expert Fund 4X5916.64 

Purchase of Objects for Museum 389,378.54 



$940,360.65 
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank $541, Z5 5. 45 

Real Estate (cost) $550,778.99 

Less Mortgages 500,000.00 

50,778.99 

Investments (cost) 967,895.99 

Due by State of Pennsylvania 11,500.00 

Due by Commissioners of Fairmount 

Park 10,000.00 

$1,583,430.43 

Balance 104,901.73 

$1,688,333.16 

LIABILITIES 

Scholarship Funds $54,167.19 

Prize Funds 11,199.57 

Endowment Funds 751,341.18 

— $817,808.04 

Temporary Loans 145,000.00 

Restricted Funds 693,759.14 

Miscellaneous Funds 31,765.98 

$1,688,333.16 

We have examined the books and accounts of the Pennsylvania 
Museum of Art for the year ending May 31, 1919, and we hereby 
certify that the foregoing Report of the Treasurer and the Statement 
of Assets and Liabilities correctly set forth the true financial position 
of the institution as of that date. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Chas. C. Hunziker, 

Certified Public Accountant. 
June 8, 1919. 

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REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE 
OF WOMEN 

To the President and Board of Trustees: 

The Associate Committee of Women has cooperated in the work 
of the Museum and School during the current year with more than 
usual enthusiasm. Two special meetings have been held in addition 
to the regular stated meetings and all were well attended. 

It is with profound sorrow that we record the death of Countess 
Santa Eulalia, who rendered valuable service to the Committee as 
Vice-President from 1916 to 1919, and as Treasurer from 1919 to 192.4. 

It is with sincere regret that the Committee accepted the resig- 
nations of Mrs. Joseph B. Hutchinson and Mrs. Edwin N. Benson, Jr. 

The following new members were elected during the year: Mrs. 
John C. Martin, Mrs. W. Logan MacCoy, Mrs. Richard Wain Meirs 
and Mrs. Wharton Sinkler. 

A very successful and charming concert was given at the residence 
of Mrs. Herbert L. Clark in November from which $1,648.55 was 
realized. $1,500 of this sum was voted to be used for the Traveling 
Scholarship Fund. A Florentine Pantomime was given June 5th, 6th 
and yth in Mrs. Isaac Tatnall Starr's beautiful outdoor theatre, the 
proceeds of which will be devoted to the work of the Committee. 

The work of the Costume Class was again brought before the 
public through the Fashion Show, held at the Manufacturers' Club 
under the able direction of Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe, which was 
the largest in attendance since its inception six years ago. 

The Associate Committee has been fortunate in securing for the 
benefit and study of the Illustration Class four of Howard Pyle's 
original pen and ink drawings from "The Wonder Clock". 

One of our members has lectured to the class in Interior Decora- 
tion on the practical aspect of their work. Several homes distinctive 
for their beauty were opened for inspection by the class. 

It was arranged for the class in Furniture and Woodworking to 
visit the Van Sciver factory and tickets were presented to the class 
for the motion picture "The Romance of Chippendale and Sheraton" 
held at the Bellevue-Stratford. 

Outstanding among the gifts to the Library during the year are 
the following from the Associate Committee: "An Album of Colored 
French Prints"; two color prints in cases; "Two Centuries of Costume 
in America"; "Historic Costume", i vols.; "Pageant of America", 
15 vols., and "Encyclopaedia Britannica", 14 vols. 

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The Students' League House opened in Septemberwith lo girls, 
only one having to withdraw on account of illness. In addition to 
$710 contributed by five members of the Committee toward necessary 
repairs to the house at izio DeLancey Street, a mahogany dining 
table and sideboard have been given, as well as twenty-two dining- 
room chairs, and the linen has been fully replenished. 

The loan exhibit of Chinese Textiles and Embroideries, held in 
February, created unusual interest. 

While the activities of the Associate Committee have been 
directed toward raising money for the needs of the School and League 
House the past year, they have acted as hostess at the new Museum 
of Art at Fairmount on the following occasions : To meet the Mayoress 
of Southampton, at the opening of the Ceramic Exhibition, the Lea 
Collection of Prints, and at the reception to the Garden Club of 
America. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ruth C. Stokes, 

Corresponding Secretary. 



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MEMBERSHIP 

CLASSIFICATION OF MEMBERS 

Benefactors, who contribute or bequeath $15,000 or more to the 
Corporation. 

Patrons, who contribute or bequeath $5,000 to the Corporation. 

Fellows, who contribute $1 ,000 at one time. 

Life Members, who contribute $500 at one time. 

Associates, who contribute $150 a year. 

Sustaining Members, who contribute $100 a year. 

Contributing Members, who contribute $15 a year. 

Annual Members, who contribute $10 a year. 

Any person may be elected a Benefactor, Patron, Fellow or 
Life Member, who shall have made a gift to an amount requisite 
for admission to the respective class, and an Honorary Benefactor, 
Honorary Patron or Honorary Fellow, who shall have made a 
loan of an important work of art or collection of a value equal to 
the gift of the corresponding class of members of the Corporation. 

Benefactors, Patrons, Fellows and Life Members are not liable 
to annual dues. 

All funds received from Benefactors, Patrons, Fellows and Life 
Members are permanently invested as part of the Endowment 
Fund, unless otherwise requested by the donor. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CORPORATION 

Benefactors, Patrons and Fellows are enrolled in perpetuity. 
Those deceased are indicated by italics. 

BENEFACTORS 



Baugh, Aiargaret L. 
Bowman, Elizabeth Malcom 
Chandler, Percy M. 
Curtis, Cyrus H. K. 
Darky, Francis F. S. 
Elkins, William M. 
Frishmuth, Sarah S. 
General Education Board 
Harding, Dorothea Barney 
Henry, Mrs. Charles Wolcott 
Jenks,Jofm Story 
Keehmle, M. Theresa 
Lea, Charlotte Augusta 
LoRiMER, George Horace 



Ludington, Charles H. 

Magee, James R. 

Mcllhenny,John D. 

McLean, William L. 

Moore, Clara J. 

Morris, Miss Lydia Thompson 

Rice , Mrs. Alex anderHamilton 

Robinette, Edward B. 

Ship pen, Elizabeth Swift 

Sinkler, Mrs. Wharton 

Taylor, Roland L. 

Temple, Joseph E. 

IVeightman, William 

Wood, William 



HONORARY BENEFACTORS 
American Philosophical Dixon, Fitz Eugene 

Society, The Dixon, Mrs. Fitz Eugene 

Clarke, Thomas B. Williams, Mary A. 



PATRONS 



Baird, John 
Barton, Susan R. 
Berwind, Harry A. 
Bispham, George Tucker 
Blanchard, Anna 
Blanchard, Harriet 
BoDiNE, Samuel T. 
BoK, Mrs. Edward 
Braun,John F. 
Brown, Mrs. John A., Jr. 
Browning, Mrs. Edward 
Cheston, Radcliffe, Jr. 
Cheston, Mrs. Radcliffe, 
Childs, George W. 
Clark, Clarence M. 
Collet, Mark Wilkes 



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Collins, Philip S. 

Combs, Mary A. 

Cramp, Mrs. Theodore W. 

Crane, John A. 

Disston, Henry and Sons 

Dobbins, Mary A. 

Dolan, Clarence W. 

DoLAN, H. Yale 

Dolan, Isabelle W. 

Dolan, Thomas 

Drexel, A. J. 

Drexel, F. A. 

Flagg, Stanley Griswold, Jr. 

Fuguet, Howard 

Garrett, Julia 

Garrett, W. E.,Jr. 



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PATRONS {Continued) 



Gibson, Henry C. 
Gibson, Henry C. 
Gibson, Mrs. Henry C. 
Gibson, Susan IV. P. 
Harrison, Emily Leland 
Harrison, Thomas Skelton 
Henry, Mrs. J. Norman 
Hoffman, Benjamin R. 
Houston, H. H. 
Ingersoll, Charles E. 
Jenks, JohnS. 
Johnson, Eldridge Reeves 
Kent, A. Atwater 
Kent, Mrs. A. Atwater 
Laughlin, Miss Anne Irwin 
Laughlin, Henry A. 
Lea, Henry C. 
Lea, Nina 
Lewis, Francis W. 
Lippincott, Agnes 
LippiNCOTT, Walter 
Ludington, Wright S. 
Magee, Fannie S. 
Martin, John C. 
Martin, Mrs. John C. 
McFadden, George 
M-cFadden, John H. 
Meigs, Mrs. Arthur V. 
Morris, John T. 



Neuman, Charles V. 

Nichols, Mrs. H. S. Prentiss 

Page, Louis Rodman 

Patterson, Mrs. Frank Thorne 

Pell, Alfred Duane 

Price, Eli Kirk 

Kea, Samuel 

Rea,Mary M. Black 

Ritchie, Craig D. 

Roberts, Mrs. Howard 

Rosen WALD, Lessing J. 

Scott, Anna D. 

Search, Theodore C. 

Seeler, Edgar V. 

Simpson, Alex., Jr. 

Sinkler, Wharton 

Smith, Mrs. Alfred Percival 

Smith, Mrs. C. Morton 

Starr, Isaac Tatnall 

Stokes, J. Stogdell 

Sullivan, James F. 

Sulzberger, Mayer 

Taylor, Mary E. 

Wasserm an, Joseph 

Whitney, A. and Sons 

Widener, George D. 

Williams, Charles F. 

Wister, Sabine d'Invilliers 

Wister, Sarah Tyler 



HONORARY PATRONS 
First Baptist Church of Philadelphia 



Fleisher, Walter A. 
Garvan, Francis P. 
Garvan, Mrs. Francis P. 
Numismatic and Antiquarian 
Society of Philadelphia 



Parsons, Ella 

Reifsnyder, Howard 

Scott, Mary Howard Sturgis 

Stout, C. Frederick C. 

Stout, Mrs. C. Frederick C. 



Allen, Laura 
Armstrong, F. Wallis 



FELLOWS 

Artman, Caroline Foerderer 
Austin, Lucylle 



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FELLOWS {Continued) 



Baird, Mrs. Edgar Wright 
Baker, Mrs. Samuel M. 
Ballard, Ellis Ames 
Battles, Frank 
Beeber, Dimner 
B.T. B. 

Benson, Mrs. Edwin N., Jr. 
Berwind, Mrs. Henry A. 
BiDDLE, Mrs. Arthur 
Blair, Andrew 
BocHMAN, Charles F. 
BocKius, Morris R. 
Bond, Charles 
Boyd, William 
Bracken, Francis B. 
Brown, James Crosby 
Brubaker, Mrs. Albert P. 
Bullitt, Orville H. 
Burnham, Mrs. George, Jr. 
Carruth,John G. 
Carson, Hampton L. 
Carson, Mrs. Hampton L. 
Carter, Mrs. William T. 
Cassatt, Gardner 
Chamberlin, William B. 
Coleman, Fannie B. 
Coles, Mary R. 

CoXE, Mrs. Alexander Brown 
Coxe, Mrs. Henry Brinton 
Crane, T. L 

CuRTiN, William Wilson 
Davis, Mrs. Charles P. 
Day, Charles C. 
Day, Mrs. Charles C. 
Dick, Mrs. William A. 
Dixon, Mrs. Samuel G. 
DoRRANCE, John T. 
DoRRANCE, Mrs. John T. 
DuPoNT, Lammot 
DuPoNT, Mrs. Lammot 
DuPoNT, Mrs. Pierre S. 
Earle, Mrs. George H., Jr. 
Eisenlohr, Charles J. 



Evans, Ralph B. 

Fees, Samuel S. 

Frazier, George Harrison 

Frazier, Mrs. George Harrison 

Fuller, Walter D. 

Fuller, Mrs. Walter D. 

Fuller, Mrs. William A. M. 

Gates, Thomas S. 

Geist, Clarence H. 

Gest, William P. 

Gibson, Mrs. Henry C. 

Greenfield, Albert M. 

Gribbel,John 

Griscom, Rodman E. 

Griswold, Mrs. Frank Tracey 

Groome, Mrs. John C. 

Hallahan, Walter J. 

HiNCHMAN, MaRGARETTA S. 

Hockley, Amelia D. 
HoPKiNSON, Edward, Jr. 
Horn, Joseph V. 
Horner, Samuel, Jr. 
Hubbard, Mrs. Henry V. 
Huff, Mrs. George F. 
Humphreys, Letitia 
Hutchinson, Mrs. Joseph B. 
Hutchinson, Sydney E. 
Ingersoll, Henry McKean 
Ingersoll, R. Sturgis 
Jayne, Mrs. Henry LaBarre 
Jayne, Horace H. F. 
Jenkins, Charles F. 
Johnson, Alba B. 
Johnson, Mrs. Edwin J. 
Johnson, Mary Warner 
Keen, Edwin F. 
KuEHNLE, C. Albert 
Ladd, Mrs. Westray 
La VINO, E.J. 
Lea, Arthur H. 
Lea, Mrs. Arthur H. 
Leeds, Morris E. 
LippiNCOTT, J. Bertram 



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FELLOWS {Continued) 



LippiNCOTT, Mrs. J. Bertram 
LoEB, Arthur 
Mansure, Edmund L. 
Mason, John H.,Sr. 
tAason, Kebecca P. Stevenson 
McClatchy,John H. 
McCreary, Mrs. George D. 
McGill, Mary E. 
McIlhenny, Mrs. Francis S. 
McIlhenny^, Mrs. John D. 
McMichael, Emory 
McMurtrie, Ellen 
Meirs, Mrs. Richard Waln 
Morgan, Frances B. W. 
Morris, Lawrence J. 
Morris, Samuel Wheeler 
Moss, Frank H. 
Moss, Mrs. Frank H. 
MuNSON, George S. 
MuNsoN, Mrs. George S. 
Newbold, Arthur E., Jr. 
Newton, A. Edward 
Norton, Mrs. Nathaniel R. 
Peck, Staunton B. 
Pell, Cornelia Livingston 
Penrose, Boies, ind 
Prime, Mrs. Alfred C. 
Randolph, Anna 
Rebmann, Godfrey 
Rebmann, Mrs. Godfrey 
Keifsnyder, Howard 
Reilly, George 
Roberts, Mrs. Edward 
Robins, Thomas 
Rodenbough, Elmer E. 
Roosevelt, Nicholas G. 
Rosenbach, a. S. W. 
Rosens ach, Philip H. 



ROSSMASSLER, MrS. RiCHARD 

Santa Eulalia, Countess EHxabetb de 
Saunders, William L., ind 
Saunders, Mrs. William L., ind 
Simon, Edward P. 
Smith, Albert L. 
Smith, Edward B.,Jr. 
Smith, Geoffrey S. 
Smith, John Story 
Smith, Lewis Lawrence 
Smith, W. Hinckle 
Starr, Mrs. Isaac Tatnall 
Stewart, W. Plunkett 
Strawbridge, Mrs. Frederic H. 
Sullivan, John J. 
Thomson, Anne 
Thomson, Walter S. 
TowNSEND, Mrs. David 
Tubize Artificial Silk Co. 
Tyson, Mrs. Carroll S., Jr. 
Van Dyke, J. W. 
Van Sciver, George D. 
Vaux, Henry Pepper 
Vaux, Mrs. Henry Pepper 
Wainwright, F. King 
Waller, Mrs.Littleton W.T.,Jr. 
Wanamaker, Rodman 
Ward, T. Johnson 
Warriner, Samuel D. 
Wentz, Williamina W. 
Williams, David E. 
Williams, John B. 
Windrim, John T. 
Wolf, Morris 
WuRTS, Mrs. C. Stewart 
Yarnall, Charlton 
Yarnall, Mrs. Charlton 
Zimmermann, John E. 



HONORARY FELLOWS 
Barringer, Daniel M. Brock, Henry G. 

Brock, Alice G. Cadwalader, Mary H. 



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HONORARY FELLOVVS {Continued) 



Easby, Mrs. M. Stevenson 
Harrison, H. Norris 
Harrison, John, Jr. 
Hayward, Nathan 
Hayward, Mrs. Nathan 
KuHN, C. Hartman 
Lea, Elizabeth Jaudon 



Lea, Van Antwerp 
Newbold, Clement B. 
Pennsylvania Hospital, The 
Smith, Esther Morton 
Society of the Sons of 

St. George, The 
Steel, Mrs. Alfred G. B. 



Wister, Owen 



LIFE 

Abbott, Yarnall 

Allen, Joseph 

Audenried, Mrs. Lewis 

Baeder, Adamson & Co. 

Barney, Charles D. 

Barney, James W. 

Battles, H. H. 

Battles, Mrs. H. H. 

Beardwood, Mrs. Joseph T. 

Beck, Adele M. 

Bein, August 

Bell, Mrs. Samuel Howard, J 

Blaetz, Jacob H. 

Blair, Mrs. Andrew 

Blakiston, Kenneth M. 

Blakiston, Mary 

Bland, P. Brooke 

Bland, Mrs. P. Brooke 

Boericke, Gideon 

BoGER & Craw-ford 

BoK, Edward W. 

Bower, F. B. 

Bower, William H. 

Brazier, E.Josephine 

Bready, Edwin F. 

Breck, Mrs. William Roger 

Brengle, Henry G. 

Brock, Henry G. 

Bryant, Henry G. 

BuDD, Edward G. 

Butcher, Henry C. 

Butcher, Mrs. Henry C. 



MEMBERS 

Butler, Mrs. Edgar H. 

Caldwell, J. E. &Co. 

Campbell, Milton 

Capp, Seth Bunker 

Carpenter, Aaron E. 

Chase, Mrs. Mary Justice 

Chichester, Mrs. George 

Clapp, Mrs. B. Frank 

Clark, Charles D. 

Clark, Edward Walter 

Clark, Walton 
r. Clark, Mrs. Walton 

Clarke, Louis S. 

Cochran, M. 

Coleman, Edward R. 

Collins, Alfred M. 

Collins, Henry H. 

Collins, Mrs. P. S. 

Cope, Caroline E. 

CuRWEN, Samuel M. 

D'AscENZo, Nicola 

De La Cour, J. Carl 

De La Cour, Mrs. J. Carl 

Dickson, Arthur G. 

DoBsoN,JoHN and James, Inc. 

Dodge, Mrs. James Mapes 

Dreer, Mrs. William F. 

Drexel, Mrs. John R. 

DuHRiNG, Mrs. Henry 

Du Pont de Nemours, E. I. &Co. 

Dwier, W. Kirkland 

Eagleson,John 



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LIFE MEMBERS {Continued) 



Eddystone Mfg. Co. 
Elkins, George W., Jr. 
EsHNER, Augustus A. 
Evans, Charles 
Evans, Lena Cadwalader 
Evans, Thomas 
Evans, Mrs. Thomas 
Eyre, Mrs. Lawrence 
Fay, Leonard A. 
Fees, Mrs. Samuel S. 
Fisher, Maud 
Ford, Bruce 
Ford, Mrs. Bruce 
FouLKROD, Mrs. John J. , Jr . 
Fromuth, August G. 
Furness, Mrs. H. H., Jr. 
Galloway, Walter B. 
Garrett, Mrs. Walter 
Gest, Mrs. John Marshall 
Geyelin, Mrs. Emile C. 
Grove, Mrs. Henry S. 
Groves, Mrs. F. Stanley, Jr. 
Halstead, Mrs. David 
Harper, William Warner 
Harper, Mrs. William Warner 
Harrison, George L. 
Harrison, Henry Norris 
Harrison, John, Jr . 
Hart, Charles D. 
Harvey, J. S. C. 
Harvey, Mrs. J. S. C. 
Harvey, R. Wistar 
Hatfield, Henry R. 
Heimerdinger, Leo H. 
Helme, William E. 
Helme, Mrs. William E. 
Heppe, Florence J. 
Hetzel, George J. 
Hill, George W.' 
Hinchman, Anne 
Hires, Charles E. 
Hoffman, Mrs. J. Ogden 
Horn & Hardart Baking Co. 



Horrocks,Chas.M.& J. Howard 
Horstmann, William H. 

&SoNs 
Huneker,John F. 
Ingersoll, Charles Jared 
Irwin, H. DeWitt 
Jackson, Albert Atlee 
Jackson, Mrs. Albert Atlee 
Jarden, Mrs. Mary Templin 
Jayne, David & Sons 
Johnson, Mrs. George K. 
Johnson, Herbert 
Johnson, R. Winder 
JusTi, Henry M. 
Justice, Mrs. William W. 
Keen, Mrs. Edwin F. 
Kennedy, John M., Jr. 
Ketterlinus, J. Louis 
Ketterlinus, Mrs. J. Louis 
Klauder, Charles Z. 
Klebansky, Wolf 
Klebansky, Mrs. Wolf 
KoHN, Harry E. 
Kohn, Irving 

Krumbhaar, Mrs. Edward B. 
Landenberger, J. William 
Earner, Chester W. 
Leisenring, Edward B. 
Lewis, Mrs. John Frederick 
Lewis, Richard A. 
Lloyd, Malcolm, Jr. 
LoEB, Mrs. Herman 
Logan, Mrs. Robert R. 
Louchheim, Jerome H. 
LowRY, John C. 
MacCoy, W. Logan 
MacCoy, Mrs. W. Logan 
MacNeill, William 
Maderia, Louis C. & Sons 
Mason, Jane Graham 
Matteossian, Mrs. Herant 

Baron 
May, Mrs. Joseph 



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LIFE MEMBERS {Continued) 



McCahan, William J., Jr. 
McFadden, J. Franklin 
McLanahan, M. Hawley 
McMiCHAEL, Mrs. Emory 
McNeely, Miss Florence 
McNeely, Robert K. 
McNeely, Mrs. Robert K. 
McOwEN, Frederick 
Meigs, Arthur I. 
Mertz, Mrs. Oscar E. 
Mertz, Oscar E., Jr. 
Miles, Thomas H. 
Miller, Mrs. Benjamin 
Miller, Mrs. E. Clarence 
Millville Mfg. Co. 
Milne, David 
Minds, John H. 
Montgomery, Robert L. 
Montgomery, Mrs. Robert L. 
Moore, Mrs. Amory C. 
Moore, Clarence B. 
Morris, Effingham B. 
Morton, Mrs. Arthur V. 
Newbold, Mrs. John S. 
Newton, Mrs. Jewett B. 
Oehrle Brothers 
Oliver Knitting Co. 
Olsen, Tinius, Sr. 
Peck, Arthur 
Perot, T. Morris, Jr. 
PiTCAiRN, Raymond 
Powers, Thomas Harris 
Proctor and Schwartz 
Provident Life Si Trust Co. 
Quaker Lace Co. 
Robbins, George A. 
Roberts, Mrs. Charles 
Roberts, George Brinton 
Roberts, Mrs. George Brinton 
Robins, Mrs. Thomas 
Robinson, Anthony Wayne 
Ross, Adam A. 
Rossmassler, Walter H. 



Ryan, James J. 
Schmidt, Charles E. 

SCHOETTLE, EdWIN J. 

ScHOLES, William Sons, Inc. 
ScHWEHN, Harry J. 
Segal, Adolph 
Semple, Helen 
Semple, Mrs. Matthew 
Sewall, Arthur W. 
Sewall, Mrs. Arthur W. 
SiNKLER, Caroline 
Smith, Mrs. Henry C. 
Smith, Horace Eugene 
Smith, J. Willison 
Smith, Mrs. Jacqueline H. 
Smith, Mrs. Lewis Lawrence 
Spink, William 
Steel Heddle Mfg. Co. 
Steele, Joseph M. 
Stewardson, Emlyn L. 
Stokes, Mrs. Horace 
Strawbridge, Frederic H. 
Sullivan, James J. 
SuppLEE- Wills-Jones Milk Co. 
SuTRO, Paul E. 
Sykes Brothers, Inc. 
Taft, Elihu B. 
Thayer, Mrs. Sydney 
Thomas, T. Lewis 
Thompson, Arthur W. 
Thropp, Mrs. Joseph E. 
Todd, Mrs. Forde Anderson 
ToNNER, Mrs. William T. 
Townsend, Miss Pauline 
Tyler, Sydney F. 
Wagner, Samuel 
Warden, W. G. 
Warner, Langdon 
Weimer, Albert B. 
Welsh, Francis Ralston 
Wetherill and Brother 
Whitall, Tatum Co. 
Williams, Mrs. David E. 



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LIFE MEMBERS {Continued) 



WisTAR, J. Morris 
Wood, Mrs. Charles Martin 
Wood, Edward R., Jr. 
Wood, Mrs. Richard D. 
Wood, Walter 



Woodward, Mrs. George 
Wriggins, Charles C. 
Wright, Mrs. Raymond D. B. 
Wyatt, Mrs. Walter S. 
Zimmerman, Mason W. 



ASSOCIATE 
McCurdy, Mrs. Josephine B. 



SUSTAINING MEMBERS 



Atlas Dye Works 
Brooks Brothers Co. 
Clothier, Isaac 
Erben-Harding Co. 
Fairmount Park Art 

Association 
Masland, C. H. & Sons, Inc. 



McGuirk, John J. 
Philadelphia Electric Co. 
Roberts, Mrs. Percival, Jr. 
Star and Crescent Co. 
Stead-Miller Company 
Wetherill, Mrs. Samuel P. 
Wood, Edward Randolph 



CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS 



Abbott's Alderney Dairies 
Aitkin, A. King 
Albrecht, Nicholas 
Art Alliance, The 
Bacon, Mrs. C. C. 
Bains, E. 
Bains, George, Jr. 
Bates, Daniel Moore 
Batty, George 
Beck, Charles L. 
Bloch, Arthur 
Bochmann, F. A. and 

Company, Inc. 
Bonnell, Mrs. Henry H. 
Bromley, Henry S. 
Broomall, Mrs. Harold S. 
Brown, Landy B. 
Browne, Mrs. John Coates 
Burpee, Mrs. Frank H. 
Butler, Mrs. Laurence 
Campbell, John J. 
Carstairs, Daniel H. 
Clay, Helen Maud 
Clay, Mrs. Mary F. R. 
Community Finance 

Service, Inc. 
Converse, Mary E. 



Coral Manufacturing 

Company 
Crozer, George K., Jr. 
Cunningham, Wilfred H. 
Currie, Barton W. 
Darlington, William M. 
Dashiell, Mrs. P. T. 
Dearnley, Elizabeth 
Degn, William L. 
Doughten, William S. 
Drexel, Mrs. George W. 

Childs 
Dykeman & Loeb 
Fisher, Howard W. 
Fisher, Mrs. Thomas 
Fitzpatrick, A. L. 
Fletcher Works 
Foerderer, Percival E. 
Fox, Hannah 
Freeman, Mrs. Samuel M. 
Freund, Rudolph 
Fried berger- A aron 

Manufacturing Company 
Gamble, James 
Gibbs Underwear 

Company 
Gilmour, R. and A.J. 



Gimbel, Ethel N. 
Goldstein, Leopold 
Gray, Wilfred 
Gudebrod, Carl B. 
Hamilton, Richard J. 
Hano, Lester 
Hart, Mrs. Charles 

McCurdy 
Hart, Hugh D. 
Haslam and Querner 
Hellerman, Mrs. Harry, Sr. 
Henderson, Mrs. Samuel J. 
Heyl, Juliet F. 
Hiester, Mrs. Isaac 
Holmes, William L. 
IngersoU.Jeannie H. 
Ionic Mills 
Jeanes, Mrs. Isaac W. 
Jones, Frederick T. 
Kelley.John A., Jr. 
Kerr, Mrs. George M. 
Kind, Hermine 
Knox, Charles C. 
Lea, Charles M. 
Legge, Percy A. 
Leighton, A. O. 
Leighton, Mrs. A. O. 



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Levering, Frank D. 

Levering, J. Walter 

Lewis, Mrs. Saunders, Jr. 

Lewis, Theodore J. 

Ley, Mrs. Harold G. 

Logan Investment Society 

Lowry, Mrs. William C. 

Ludington, C. Townsend 

Ludington, Mrs. C. 
Townsend 

MacCoy, Helen 

Mallery, Otto T. 

Markoe, Mrs. John 

McFaddcn, Barclay 

McShea, Walter Ross 

Mellor, Norman 

Mendelssohn Club 

Merrick, J. Hartley 

Millville Manufacturing 
Company 

Mitchell, Allen R. and Sons 

Molthon, E. H. 

Montgomery, William J. 

Morris, E. H. 

Morris, H. C. 

Moss Rose Manufactur- 
ing Company 

Murphy, Edward 

Myers, George DeB 

Nassau, Mrs. Charles F. 

Nathanson, Mrs. Harry M. 

Neubauer, Bernard B. 

Oelbermann, William D. 



Oliver, Mrs. L. Stauffer 
Page, Mrs. Louis Rodman 
Parker, Mrs. Alvin A. 
Parker, Robert B. 
Perot, Mrs. T. Morris, Jr. 
Peterson, Arthur 
Pew, J. Howard 
Phelps, Henry F. 
Philadelphia Carpet Mills 
Philadelphia Felt 

Company 
Phillips, Joseph L. 
Posey, William Campbell 
Quinn, Richard Lewis 
Read, William F. and 

Sons Company 
Reilly, Mrs. John 
Reilly, Mrs. Joseph H. 
Rhoads, Willaim G. 
Rinehart's, H. P. Sons, 

Inc. 
Rivinus, E. F. 
Rosenbach Galleries, The 
Rush, Mrs. Benjamin 
Samuel, Frank 
Sanborn, Edward H, 
Sauveur, Franklin D. 
Schiedt,J. Henry 
Schmidt, Mrs. Edward A. 
Schotield.J. Dobson 
Seeler, Mrs. Edgar V. 
Sewell,Mrs. W.J.,Jr. 
Sharp, Harry S. 



Sharpies, William 
Shriglcy, Ethel Austin 
Simon, Mrs. Stephen J. 
Smith, J. Mark 
Smith, Ludlow Ogdcn 
Smith, Manning J. 
Snowden, F. Laird 
Sparks, John W. 
Sproules, Edward G. 
Stimson, Anna K. 
Stroud, Mrs. Morris W. 
Sullivan, Marshall P. 
Taylor Brothers 
Thomson, Anne, Jr. 
Tily, Herbert J. 
Trainer, Joseph C. 
Turner, John S. 
Walther.John F. 
Warden, Mrs. 
Clarence A. 
Wasserman, Howard 
Webb, Andrew S. 
West, Isabelle 
Wheeler, Mrs. Walter T. 
Whiteley and Collier 
Willard.Mrs.De Forest P. 
Willcox, James M. 
Wilmsen, Bernard 
Winsor, Mrs. James D. 
Wood, Clement B. 
Wood, John J. 
Wood, Marion Biddle 



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ANNUAL MEMBERS 



Abbott, Francis L. 
Abbott, Fred W. 
Abbott, Gertrude 
Abbott, J. Herman 
Abcrle, George F. 
Abmeyer, Gustav W. E. 
Abrahams, Robert D. 
Achuff, Robert P. 
Acker, Mrs. Finley 
Acton, K. C. 
Adairc, Alexander 
Adamson, Mrs. C. B. 
Addie, Mrs. Thomas 

Heriot 
Addis, Leonard M. 
Adger, Willian 
Adolph, Albert J. 
Agnew; C. F. 
Albers Anton P. 
Alden,*E. H. 
Alexander, Benjamin 
Alexander, Edward T. 
Alexander, Mrs. Helen V. 
Alexander, Leo 
Alexander, Mrs. W. W. 
Allen, A. Rushton 
Allen, Agnes 
Allen, Clifford P., Jr. 
Allen, Eugene Y. 
Allen, Leonidas 
Allen, Maria McKean 
Allen, Ralph C. 
Allen, William L. 
Allen, Mrs. William N. 
Alleson, Mrs. Henry F. 
Alpern, M. 
Alpern, Max 
Alteneder, Marie A. 
Altenedcr, Theodore 
Amos, Harry M. 
Anabel, Isabel B. 
Anathan, Mrs. Louis 
Anderson, Mrs. David G. 
Anderson, E. H. 
Anderson, Mrs. Edward A. 
Anderson, F. R. 
Anderson, Mrs. George 
Anderson, Harriet 
Anderson, Mrs. J. R. 
Anderson, Lulu C, Adams 
Anderson, Mrs. Matthew 
Anderson, W. M. 
Anderson, W. S. 
Anderson, William 



Anderson, Mrs. William 

Downs 
Andruss, W. A. 
Anne, Frances 
Ansell, Henry A. 
Anthony, Lucy E. 
Antrim, Mrs. Phyllis L. 
Apex Chemical Company 
Appel, George F. Baer 
Applegate, S. E. 
Appleton, Henry Lewis 
Appleton, W. S. 
Archer, Mrs. F. Morse 
Armistead, Mrs. George A. 
Armistead, Mrs. S. G. 
Arms, Robert L. 
Arneth,J. A. 
Arnett, W. W.,Jr. 
Aronson, H. A. 
Arter, Mrs. Winficld 
Asam, Henry 
Ashbrook, Mrs. Joseph 
Ashman, Charles T. 
Ashman, Mrs. Charles T. 
Ash ton, Mrs. Leonard 
Ash ton, Mrs. Thomas G. 
Aspel, Joseph 
Assenheimer, Charles F. 
Astiey, Mrs. G. Mason 
Atkinson, Elizabeth A. 
Atkinson, J. Powell 
Atkinson, J. Raymond 
Atkinson, James H. 
Atkinson, Thomas H. 
Auerbach, Samuel 
Austin, Mrs. Esmonde H. 
Austin, Richard L. 
Ayers, H. H. and A. B. 
Ayres, Helen 
Ayres, Henry 
Babbitt, Niles S. 
Bache, Margaret H. 
Bachman, DeForest L. 
Bachofer, J. Louis 
Backlin, A.F. 
Backman, Hyman 
Bacon, Ellis 
Bacon, Mrs. Francis L. 
Baer, B. F.,Jr. 
Bahr,A. W. 
Bailey, A.N. 
Bailey, Edward P. 
Bailey, Raymond H. 



Bains, Mrs. Henry, }d 
Baird, Edgar W. 
Baird, Joseph 
Baker, Daniel 
Baker, Rose 
Balano, Mrs. P. H. 
Balderston, Mrs. H. L. 
Baldi, Vito M. 
Baldino, Basil F. 
Baldwin, Arthur R. 
Baldwin, Kate W. 
Baldwin, R. Robert 
Balfrey, M. Eugene 
Ball, Mrs. John Price 
Ball, Thomas H. 
Ballard, Mrs. Ellis Ames 
Ballenberg, Gustav C. 
Ballinger, Robert L 
Ballinger, Mrs. Walter F. 
Banes, Mrs. Walter D. 
Barclay, Mrs. William 

Lyttlcton 
Bardenheuer, L. 
Bardsley, Walter R. 
Baringer, Milton F. 
Barker, Samuel H. 
Barker, Walter 
Barlement, Philip L. 
Barlow, Mrs. S. B. 
Barnard, Boyd T. 
Barnard, E. P. 
Barnes, Eleanor Biddlc 
Barnes, Harriet L. 
Barnes, Mrs. John 

Hampton 
Barnes, M. F. V. 
Barnes, Warren S. 
Barnett, Harry Newton 
Barnett,John 
Baron, A. 
Barr, Florence K. 
Barr, Mrs. James W. 
Barraclough, Henry 
Barratt, Alfred 
Barry, James B. 
Barth, Henry 
Bassett, H. P. 
Bateman, Francis C. 
Bates, Mrs. Marie B. 
Baton, H. E. 
Baugh, Helene A. 
Baxter, C. C. 
Baylinson, S. Brian 
Beale, Clifford 



Bealc, L. T. 
Beam, Mrs. Perry 
Beardslcy, E.J. 
Beardsley, Mrs. E.J. 
Beath, E. R. 
Beatty.John E. 
Beatty, Lawrence R. 
Beaumont, Charles O. 
Bebette, Ruth 
Bechmann, Mrs. William 
Bechtel.John N. 
Beck, Charles W.,Jr. 
Beck, Mrs. J. B. 
Becker, Gustav 
Beckman, Joseph S. 
Bedford, J. Claude 
Beebe, Lucius 
Beech wood, George E. 
Beerwald, Benjamin D. 
Beggs, Anastasia McC. 
Behrer, Mrs. Lovey A. 
Beilfield, Charles H. 
Beishlag, Mrs. B. E. 
Belber, Aaron S. 
Bell, Emily 

Bell, Mrs. Jafties McK. 
Bell, Samuel, Jr. 
Belmont, E. A. 
Belmont, L. A. 
Belsterling, William F. 
Bement, William P. 
Benbow, George L. 
Bencker, Ralph B. 
Benkert, Carrie 
Benkert, Josephine 
Benkert, W.C.,Sr. 
Bennett, Stanley 
Bennett, William A. 
Benson, Mrs. James F. 
Benson, John W. 
Benze, C. Theodore 
Berens, Bernard 
Berg, Adolph 
Berger, M. Russell 
Berkelbach, John S. 
Bernardo, Filomena 
Bernheimer, L. G. 
Berry, George W. 
Berry, Mrs. Naomi F. 
Bertolet,J. Allen 
Bertolette, Helen 
Beta Gamma Sigma 

Sorority 
Bett,J. B. 

Bettle, Mrs. Samuel 
Beurv, Charles E. 



Biberman, Lewis 
Bickel, Charles E., Sr. 
Bickley, George Howard 
Biddle, Alfred A. 
Biddle, Charles W. 
Biddle, Edith F. 
Biddle, Emily W. 
Biederman, Louis 
Biles, Mrs. George H. 
Biles, W.G. 
Billett, Edward 
Billikoopf, Mrs. Ruth 
Birdsong and Company 
Bishop, Abigail 
Bishop, James C. 
Bishop, Mrs. Philip 
Bishop, William 
Bjornsgaard, P. L. 
Blabon, Mrs. George C. 
Black, D.Frank 
Blackburne, Ida P. C. 
Blai, Boris 
Blakiston, Emma 
Blanckensee, Leon 
Blankenburg, Mrs. 

Rudolph 
Blau, Adfolf 
Blaustein, Louis 
Blcchschmidt, Dorothy C. 
Blight, Mrs. Williams. 
Blitzstering, M. L. and 

Company 
Block, Mrs. Gordon A. 
Blood, Mrs. Russell 
Bloom, Homer C. 
Blum, Charles 
Blumenthal, Moses 
Bodo, Louis 
Boericke, Harold 
Boericke, Mrs. John J. 
Boeshore, Miller H. 
Boettner, Mrs. Grace C. 
Bohan, Mrs. Marv Reap 
Bok, W. Curtis 
Bolder, Samuel 
Bole, Mrs. John Clark 
Boles, Russell S. 
Bolton, Mrs. Samuel 
Boner, Mrs. Mary H. 
Bonniwell, Josephine 
Bonsall, Alice R. 
Bonsall, Rodney T. 
Bonschur, Eleanor T. 
Borden, Mrs. James B. 
Borie, Charles L.,Jr. 
Bornet, Vaughn T. 



Borst, George H. 
Bortel, Samuel B. 
Borthwick, Ralph C. 
Bortin, Mrs. David 
Borton, C. Walter 
Borton, Mrs. G. W. 
Bosch, F.J. 
Bosler, Mrs. Lester C. 
Bossard,Jay C. 
Boston, L. N. 
Boudart, Charles J. 
Boulden, C. C. 
Bourne, James M. 
Bouse, Robert L. 
Bowen, Samuel S. 
Bower, Mrs. George R. 
Bower, John K. 
Bower, John L. 
Bower, Louis 
Bowers, Mrs. Walter 
Boyd, James 
Boyer, Lillie Elizabeth 
Boyle, William M. 
Bradburv, Mrs. Samuel 
Bradley,' E. W. 
Bradley, Mrs. Emma V. 
Bradley, Mrs. John A. 
Brady, Franklin 
Brady, W.T. 
Braley, Elizabeth W. 
Brannen, Alfred J. 
Branson, Mrs. Charles F. 
Branson, Howard L 
Branson, Thomas F. 
Branson, Mrs. Thomas F. 
Braun, Eugene A. 
Braun, Gustave C. 
Braun, Mrs. W. F. Harold 
Brazer, Clarence W. 
Brazier, Mrs. H. Bartol 
Breeding, Earl B. 
Bregy, Mrs. Caroline 

Harrah 
Brehman, A. Balfour 
Breisch, Mrs. Annie M. 
Breneman, Joseph T. 
Brennan, James M. 
Brenner, S. S. 
Breuil, Mrs. James F. 
Breyer, Henry W. 
Brigham, Mrs. Marshall 

Henry 
Brindley, Frank C. 
Brinkmann, Leon 
Brinton, Clarence C. 
Brinion, Francis D. 



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Brinton, Mrs. Joseph Hill 
Brinton, R. L. 
Bristcr, Mrs. Elizabeth B. 
Britton, Mrs. Beatrice U. 
Brock, Mrs. Horace 
Brockiehurst, Harry 
Brook, Maurice 
Brooke, Mrs. George 
Brooks, A.J. 
Brooks, Alfred M. 
Brooks, Morris 
Broughal, Dennis J. 
Browder, Mrs. J. B 
Brown, Agnes W. 
Brown, Albert G. 
Brown, Mrs. Alex 
Brown, Andrew V. 
Brown, Mrs. C M. 
Brown, Clarence M. 
Brown, Clarence W. 
Brown, Claude P. 
Brown, Coleman P. 
Brown, Dee Carlton 
Brown, F. G. 
Brown, Mrs. Francis 

Shunk 
Brown, Mrs. Frederick 
Brown, G. Paul 
Brown, Harvey Dee 
Brown, Henry Tatnall 
Brown, J. Newlin 
Brown, Jay H. 
Brown, Mrs. Richard P. 
Brown, Walter 
Brown, William Findlay 
Brown, Mrs. Wilson H. 
Brownell, Abigail F. 
Bruehl, Mrs. Mary J, 
Bruen, Catherine A. 
Bruen, H. Robertson 
Brumbaugh, G. Edwin 
Bruner, Francis A. 
Brunhouse, Errol R. 
Brunker, Robert J. 
Bryan, Newman W. 
Bryant, Mrs. William 
Buckley, Edward S, Jr. 
Bucklev.J. Brooke 
Bullard, Alfred 
Bullitt, Margaret E. 
Bullock, Mrs. Horace 
Burger, Eugene Frederic 
Burgess, James W. 
Burgin, Eugene A. 
Burk Brothers 
Burk, Henry 



Burkart, Frederick P. 
Burke, John F. 
Burkhardt,John, Jr. 
Burkle,John 
Burnham, E. Lewis 
Burnstine, Daniel 
Burston, L.J. 
Burt, M. Theodora 
Burton, Mrs. Alfred 
Burton, Mrs. George 
Burwell, Frank 
Bush ne II, Joseph, Jr. 
Bustos, Enrique 
Butler, Mrs. Charles 

Noble 
Button, Mrs. Joseph 

Priestly 
Buzby, Charles E. 
Byrd, Ethel A. 
Cabeen, Frank A, Jr. 
Cadbury,John Warder, Jr. 
Cadwalader, Mrs. John 
Cadwalader, Mrs. Lambert 
Cadwalader, Sophie 
Cahn, Tillman 
Calder, Mrs. W. C. 
Caldwell, Mrs. James 

Emott 
Caldwell, Mrs. John A. 
Caldwell, Marjorie 

Tatnall 
Calkins, Frederic H. 
Callahan, Catherine 
Callahan, Griffin C. 
Calwell, Charles S. 
Camero, Blanche 
Cameron, William P. 
Camp, Frank M. 
Camp, Mrs. Frank M. 
Campbell, Cora A. 
Campbell, Mrs. Hannah 
Campbell, Mrs. Mason 
Campbell, Mrs. Milton 
Campbell, William E. 
Campion, H. F. 
Campion, Herbert G. 
Canby, W. Marriott 
Cannell, Mrs. George 
Carey, John 
Carlson, Ida 
Cam wath, James 
Carpenter, J. Fred 
Carpenter, John T. 
Carr, Henry Ashley 
Carr, William A. 
Carre, Frank L. 



Carroll, Louis J. 
Carroll, Peter F. 
Carroll, Thomas A. 
Carruthers, H. A. 
Carson, John T. 
Carson, Robert, Sr. 
Carson, T. L 
Carter, Mrs. Ethel 
Carter, Mrs. Katherinc E, 
Carthy, John 
Carty, Andrew T. 
Carver, Mrs. Samuel E. 
Cary, A. Reed 
Casanave.John H. 
Casey,!. P. 
Cassard, Mrs. H. L. 
Cassatt, Robert K. 
Castner, Samuel, Jr. 
Casto, Theodore 
Castor, Mrs. William O. 
Castor, Zazil L. 
Catherine, Irwin T. 
Cauffman, Louis C. 
Caywood, Harry 
Chabrow, David 
Chadwick, Mrs. E. F. 
Chahoon, Mrs. M. D. 

Owen 
Chamberlain, Mrs. 

William 
Chambers, Francis T. 
Chambers, J. Howard 
Chambers, Mrs. J. 

Howard 
Champion, Mrs. Earl M. 
Chanaler, Mrs. George F. 
Chandler, Mrs. Nancy K. 
Channell, Mary A. 
Chapman, Mrs. Lucia P. 
Chapman, William R.,Jr. 
Cheatham, Henry P. 
Cheston, Mrs. J. 

Hamilton 
Chew, Elizabeth B. 
Chew, Mrs. Oswald 
Chew, Samuel L. 
Chew, William H. 
Chism, Mrs. Harriet W. 
Chism,J. F. 
Cholerton, Arthur 
Chorley, Mrs. Sarah E. 
Christensen, Adolph 
Christian, Edward D. 
Chubb, Ethel L. 
Church, Arthur L. 
Clapp, Algernon R. 



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Clark, Mrs. C. Howard 

Jr. 
Clark, E.W., Jr. 
Clark, Edward Walter, 3rd 
Clark, Mrs. Edward 

Walter 3rd 
Clark, Herbert L. 
Clark, Mrs. Herbert L. 
Clark, Joseph S. 
Clark, Lewis Neilson 
Clark, Percv H. 
Clarke, J. E. 
Clarke, Jacob Orie 
Clarke, John L. 
Clarke, John Murdoch 
Clattenburg, A. E. 
Clausen, William H., Jr. 
Clavan, Harry E. 
Clay, Mrs. Robert C. 
Clay, Thomas W. W. 
Cleeland, Mrs. Zora 
Clemence, Victor B. 
Clement, Thomas F. 
Clements, Mrs. Samuel 

M.,Jr. 
Cleveland, L.W., Jr. 
Clopp, George B. 
Clothier, Caroline 
Clothier, Walter 
Clothier, Mrs. Walter 
Clyde, Margaret 
Clymer, Edward T. 
Coates, William M. 
Cobden, Mrs. A. B. 
Cochran, Miss Eva H. 
Cochran, Peyton S. 
Cochrane, Mrs. Henry C. 
Cochrane, Katherine L. 
Cogan, Thomas E. 
Coggeshall, Mrs. T. 

Russell 
Cogswell, Elizabeth Rae 
Cohen, A.J. 
Cohen, Herman L. 
Cohen, Leon 
Cohen, William 
Colahan, Thomas D. 
Cole, E. Z. 
Cole, Elston C. 
Coleman, Mrs. Clinton B. 
Coleman, Mrs. G. Dawson 
Coleman, Philip F. 
Coles, Mrs. Strieker 
Coley, Walter R. 
Colket, E. Burton 
Colket, Tristram C, 2.nd 



Collings, Mrs. Walter N. 
Collingwood , Jennie 
Collins, James Monroe 
Collins, Patrick J. 
Collins, Mrs. William J. 
Colohan, Mrs. J. B., 3rd 
Colton, Ralph L. 
Comings, A. V. 
Comly, Emma Ridgway 
Condon, Carol V. 
Conlen, William J. 
Connelly, James A. 
Connor, Edward 
Connor, Hamilton C. 
Converse, Mrs. John W. 
Conway, F. P. 
Conway, Joseph J. 
Cook, E. W. 
Cook, Gustavus W. 
Cook, Mrs. H. C. 
Cooke, C. B., Sr. 
Cooke, Mrs. George J. 
Cooke, Harry H. 
Coonahan, D. S. 
Cooper, Frank G. 
Cooper, Mrs. Harriet M. 
Cooper, Joseph A. 
Cooper, Stanley 
Cooper, Walter L 
Cooperberg, Samuel 
Cope, Elizabeth 
Cope, Thomas A. 
Copp, Dorothy Evans 
Coppin, Mrs. M, E. 

Thompson 
Corbus, Mrs. Frederick G. 
Corcoran, Matthew John 
Corin, Magnus F. 
Cornell, H.E. 
Cornell, John W.,Jr. 
Courboin, Charles M. 
Cover, Mrs. Thomas, Jr. 
Coward, Mi-s. Joseph 
Cowperthwait, Charles T. 
Cox, J. Alfred 
Cox, Richard S. 
Coxe, Mrs. E. B., 3rd 
Coxe, Mrs. Whitwell W. 
Craftex Mills, Inc. 
Craig, Mrs. Clark R. 
Craig, Mary H. 
Crain, Mrs. Edmund 

Cavileer 
Cramp, Norman W. 
Crane, A. Ross 
Crane, Raymond C. 



Craven, Claude L. 
Craven, John H. 
Crease, Mrs. Orlando 
Credkoff, A.J. 
Creighton, Edward B. 
Creighton, Stewart 
Cresswell, Mrs. Charles T. 
Cret, Paul P. 
Crew, HallieR. 
Crilley, Raymond L. 
Crookes, Ethel Trevor 
Crooks, C. Douglass 
Cross, Edgar G. • 
Crossan, Bertha J. 
Crossingham, Mrs. J. H., 

Sr. 
Crosson, Charles J. 
Crout, John J. 
Crout, William J. 
Crowder, Emma 
Crowell, F. R. 
Crozer, Mrs. Samuel A. 
Crozier, Mrs. David E. 
Cruice, Margaret deC. 
Crumble, Mrs. Florence L. 
Cryer, Mrs. Matthew H. 
Culin, William D. 
Cummiskey, M. E. 
Cunningham, Elizabeth 

Barry 
Curran, James 
Curtin, Mrs. William 

W. 
Curtis, C. C. 
Curtis, H. E. 
Curtis, Mrs. S. P. 
Custer, Ella B. 
Cutler, Walter P. 
Dale, E. Lewis 
Dale, Edward C. 
Dallam, David English 
Dalsen, Jos. N. 
Dalton, William J. 
Daly, Louis J. 
Daly, Thaddeus M.,Jr. 
Damiani, P. G. 
Dana, Mrs. Charles E. 
Daniel, John C. 
Daniels, Annie M. 
Dannenbaum, Harry M. 
Dannenbaum, Herman D. 
Dannenberg, Mrs. A. M. 
Dannenhaur, C. W. 
Davidge, Carrie 
Davids, Richard W. 
Davidson, Louis 



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Davidson, William G. 
Davics, George C. 
Davis, Alonzo B. 
Davis, Bernard 
Davis, Mrs. Doris D. 
Davis, Edward 
Davis, Mrs. Edward 
Davis, Eleanor B. 
Davis, F. G. 
Davis, George C. 
Davis, Mrs. J. B. 
Davis, Jenness H. 
Davis, Malcolm I. 
Davis, Mary 

Castleman 
Davis, Paul A., 3rd 
Davis, Mrs. Robert Hare 
Davis, Mrs. S. Boyer 
Dawes, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Dawes, James H. 
Dawson, Thomas and 

Company 
Day, Mrs. Frank Miles 
Dayton, Mrs. S. Grey 
Deacon, Benjamin 
Deacon, George H., Sr. 
Dean, John P. 
Dearnley, Charles E. 
Decker, Christian F. 
Deckert, Robert 
Deeter, Paxson 
DeGinther, R. G. 
Deichler, L. Waller 
Deitz, George W. 
DeKrafft, William 
DeLaney, Arthur J. 
Dclaplaine, Henry 
Delbert, Simon, Jr. 
Delbridge, T. G. 
DcLong, Frank E. 
DeLong, Mrs. J. Wayne 
DeLong, Warren B. 
Dcnby, Charles, Jr. 
Denney, Gladys 
Denney, J. M. 
Denney, William F. 
Dercum, Francis X. 
Dercum, Mrs. Francis X. 
Dcsch, P. N. Francois 
dcSchweinitz, G. E. 
deSt. Phalle, Mrs. Francois 
Detweilcr, Oscar L. 
Dever, Gertrude 
Dcver, Joseph P. 
Dcvcrcaux, H. S. 
Devlin, Charles A. 



Dcwar, A. L., Jr. 
DeWinton, George W. 
Dexter, C. L. 
Dexter, E. Milton 
Diament, A. L. 
Dick, Lewis C. 
Dick, Lewis R. 
Dickerson, O. D. 
Dickey, Eloise P. 
Dickey, J., Jr. 
Dickson, M. S. 
Diesel, Mrs. Harrison N. 
Dilks, W. Stewart 
Dilks, Mrs. Walter H. 
Dillon, Edward Saunders 
Dillon, James L. 
Dingee, Albert N. 
Dishal, Herman 
Disopra, John 
Disston, William D. 
Ditter, G. Harry 
Diven, John 

Dixon, Mrs. Fitz Eugene 
Doak, Samuel E. 
Dobson, William A. 
Dodd, Harry C. 
Doerr, F. W. 
Dohan, Mrs. Edith H. 
Dolbey, Edward P. 
D'Olier, Francis W. 
Doll, Josephine 
Donahue, John W. 
Donnelly, Mrs. Anna H. 
Donnelly, James A. 
Donnelly, Lee 
Donnelly, Mrs. Olive L. 
Dornan, William 
Dornblum, L 
Dougherty, Francis P. 
Dougherty, Gerald A. 
Dougherty, Jos. A. 
Dougherty, Mrs. Thomas 
Dougherty, Thomas 

Harvey, Jr. 
Douglass, Mrs. F. M. 
Downes, Frederick A. 
Downs, Donald Van Leer 
Downs, Mrs. H. D. 
Downs, Mrs. Norton 
Doyle, John 
Doyle, Thomas J. 
Doyle, Thomas Lawrence 
Doyle, William J. 
Drain, John W. 
Drake, A. H. Boyer 
Drew, Edward G. 



Drew, Groves W. 
Drinker, Mrs. Frederick 

Ellis 
Drinker, Henry S. 
Driver, A. S. 
Drobile, A. W. 
Druding, Louise 
Drumgoole, Henry T. 
Dryfoos, Solomon 
Duane, Mrs. Russell 
Du Ban, Alfred A. 
Duck, Mrs. Florence L. 
Dudley, Evelyn B. 
Dudley, F. A. 
Duer, Mrs. S. Naudain 
Duff, Philip J. 
Duffield, Helen Morris 
Duffield.L. R. 
Dugan, Donald J. 
Duggan, Lawrence C. 
Duhring, H. Louis 
Du Mars, Claude K. 
Dunlap, E. T. 
Dunlap, George S. 
Dunlap, M. Edmunds 
Dunn, Mrs. Houston 
Dunn, Lewis S. 
duPont, Mrs. T. Coleman 
Durant, Mrs. Frederick C. 
Durham, Mrs. J. Edward 
Durnell, J. Lindsey 
Duryea, Howard E. 
Duveen, Brothers 
Dyer, Irene C. 
Eakins, Elmer E. 
Earle, Mrs. Edgar P. 
Earp, Anne Tucker 
Easby, Mrs. Francis H. 
Easby, Mrs William, Jr. 
East, J. E. 

Easterbrook, William 
Eberle, J. Frederick, Jr. 
Eckard, Edwin F. 
Eckard,J. Milton 
Eckels, Howard S. 
Eckert, Mrs. Samuel 
Eckowitz, Samuel P. 
Edmonds, Franklin Spencer 
Edmonds, Mrs. Franklin 

Spencer 
Edmonds, George W. 
Edmonds, Samuel C. 
Edmunds, Franklin D. 
Edsall, Mrs. William A. 
Edwards, Catherine M. 
Eclls, Mrs. Walter G. 



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Egncr, Mrs. C. L. 
Eham, James 
Ehrct.Scytha Mark 
Eichholz, A. 
Eichlcr, Anton 
Eichmann, L. M. 
Eiman.John 
Einstein, Doris 
Eisele, Gustav F. 
Eiselc, Louis F. 
Eiseman.John S. 
Eiseman, R. B. 
Eiscnbach, Dorothy 
Eisenhardt, W. G. 
Eissler, Louise 
Elliot, J. Mitchell 
Elliot, Mrs. R.M. 
Elliott, Mrs. George W. 
Elliott, Harry C. 
Elliott, Mrs. John Dean 
Elliott, W. Clare 
Ellis, Daniel H. 
Ellis, Furey 
Ellis, Maxwell 
Ellis, Mrs. Thomas Biddle 
Ellis, Thomas S. 
Ellis, Williams. 
Ellis, William Shewell 
Ellison, Mrs. Henry H. 
Ellman, Samuel 
Elmaleh, Leon H. 
Elsasscr, George A., Jr. 
Elsbree, Mrs. W. H. 
Elvvood, Everett S. 
Ely, Anna W. 
Ely, Gertrude 
Ely, Robert B. 
Ely, VanHorn 
Embery, William 
Emerichs, Joseph M. 
Emery, Benjamin F. 
Emhardt, William H. 
Emien, George W., Jr. 
Emlen, Mrs. John T. 
Emley, W.S. 
Emmert, Milton G. 
Emmons, Mrs. Louis C. 
Enburg.John M. C. 
Engart.John S. 
Englereth, Louis D. 
English, Caroline C. 
English, E. Schuyler 
English, Mrs. F. W. 
Eppler, Elmer D. 
Erben, George Kcster 
Erdman, W. Kenncy 



Ernst, Mrs. C. A. 
Erskinc, Mrs. Elizabeth H. 
Ersner, Matthew S. 
Espen, Edward 
Espcn, Florence H. 
Espen, Mrs. Frank 
Espen, Sophie 
Esslinger,John G. 
Ethcrington, Mrs. Burton 
Etting, Mrs. Emlen Pope 
Evans, G. Gerald 
Evans, George B. 
Evans, George L. 
Evans, Helen Rogers 
Evans, Mrs. James D. 
Evans, W. 
Evers, Thomas W. 
Eves, Mrs. Curtis C. 
Ewing, Cornelia L. 
Eyre, Lester E. 
Eyre, Louisa 
Eyre, T. L. 
Eyre, Wilson 
Eysmans,Julien L. 
Fagan, Emma Lowry 
Fagan, Mrs. H. B. 
Fahy, Walter T. 
Fairchild, Samuel E.,Jr. 
Faires, Elizabeth 
Falck, Fred M. 
Fallon, Mrs. K. D. 
Falls, Mrs. Samuel 
Farbstein, Joseph 
Farina, Pasquale 
Farnum, G. L. 
Farr, Daniel H. 
Faunce.John H. 
Fa wley, James L. 
Fearon, Charles 
Febiger, Mary S. 
Feeley, William A. 
Feigenbaum, Harry 
Feiman, M. 
Feinblatt, Sigmund 
Feldman, Jacob B. 
Felici, Garibaldi 
Felin, Charles F. 
Felix, Max 
Fell, Arthur D. 
Fell, David N.,Jr. 
Fels, Maurice 
Felton, Mrs. Edgar C.,Jr. 
Felton, Frank P., Jr. 
Felton, J. Sibley 
Felton, William C, Jr. 
Fenimorc, Beulah A. 



Fenner, James T. 
Fenninger, Eleanor S. 
Ferguson, Mrs. Bassett 
Fernberg, Charles E. 
Field, Alfred W. 
Field, Mrs. William M. 
Fielding, Edna 
Fields, Mrs. Albert 
Finckel, Conyers Button 
Finckel, Eliza R. 
Fine, William Middleton 
Finkenaucr, Frederick J. 
Finletter, Mrs. Edwin M. 
Fiorillo, Michael 
Firth, Mrs. S. M. Livezcy 
Firth, Thomas T. 
Fischer, Blanche W. 
Fischer, Frances L. 
Fischer, H. E. 
Fischer, Joseph J. 
Fisher, Edith T. 
Fisher, George H. 
Fisher, Harry S. 
Fisher, John S. 
Fisher, Lewis 
Fisher, Lila 
Fisher, Linton C. 
Fisher, Nevin F. 
Fisher, Samuel 
Fisher, William Rightei 
Fisler,John 
Fiss, George W., Jr. 
Fitzgerald, Thomas M. 
Fitzhugh, Thomas, Jr. 
Fitzmaurice, Henry J. 
Fitzmaurice, William J. 
Fitzpatrick, Helen B. 
Flagg, George 
Flanagan, Andrew, Jr. 
Flanagan, Thomas J. 
Flaxell, Mrs. George J. 
Fleck, John G. 
Fleck, William C. 
Fleisher, Arthur A. 
Fleisher, David T. 
Fleisher, Edwin A. 
Fleisher, Helen 
Fleisher, Henry H. 
Fleisher, S. S. 
Fleisher, Walter A. 
Flint, George 
Flood, Mrs. T. Bromley 
Flynn, D. Byrne 
Fogerty, William J. 
Fogg, Helen M. 
Foley, Mrs. Richard A. 



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Folz, Stanley 
Forbes, Rogers Sawyer 
Forcuse, Joseph 
Ford, Frances L. 
Ford, John J. 
Ford, Stephen M. 
Forrest Knitting Mills 
Forstner, David P. 
Forsythe, Mrs. William 
Fort, Mrs. Norman 

Watson 
Foster, Frank B. 
Foster, Mrs. Frank B. 
Foulke, Hazel M. 
Foulke, Mrs. J. Roberts 
Foulkrod.W. W.,Jr. 
Fox, Mrs. Ale.xandcr F., 

Fox, Catherine 
Fox, Helen A. 
Fox, Joseph Craig 
Fox, Matthews A. 
Fox, William Logan 
Frambes, Mrs. Lewis 
France, Edward W. 
Franck, Charles F. 
Frankel, Armin A. 
Frankenfield, S. L. 
Franklin Sweater Mills 
Franzen, Raymond C. 
Fraser, Arthur 
Frazer, Harry B. 
Frazier,John W.,Jr. 
Frear, Hugo P. 
Frebe, Lillian 
Frederic, Mrs. Roy L. 
Free, Mabel E. 
Freed, E. D. 
Freedman, Mrs. G. L. 
Freedman, Joseph 
Freeman, Addison B. 
Freeman, Mrs. Frank A. 
Freeman, George C. 
Freeman, Harry M. 
Freeman, Richard J. 
Freeman, Samuel M. 
Freeman, Mrs. Walter J. 
Freihofer, Charles 
French, Charles C. 
French, Mrs. Thomas E. 
Fretz, S. S. 
Frick, Charles E. 
Frick, Charles G. 
Frick, John Howard 
Fridenberg, Solomon Louis 
Friedlick, Marie Black 



Friedman, Lionel 
Friends Select School 
Fries, Blanche K. 
Fries, Emma R. 
Fritsche, Mrs. John 
Fritz, Jacob A. 
Frizlen, William, Jr. 
Frizzell, Charles F. 
Frizzell, Mrs. Charles F. 
Fry, Elizabeth 
Fry, James W. 
Fry, Wilfred 
Fry, William W. 
Fryer, Theodore B. 
Fuguet, Stephen 
Fulmor, Estelle 
Funk,C. William 
Funk, Carl W. 
Funk, Nevin E.,Jr. 
Fussell, Robert 
Gabriel, Catherine V. 
Gailey, Robert J. 
Galanter, J. J. 
Galbraith, G. S. 
Galey, William T.,Jr. 
Gallagher, Dennis 
Gallaudet,John C. 
Galloway, Walter B. 
Gamson, Edward 
Gans, Mrs. Harriet S. 
Gansman, Harry 
Gardner, W. A. 
Garrett, Alfred C. 
Garrett, Mrs. Philip C. 
Gaskill, Mrs. Joseph 
Gaskill, Margaret 
Gatter, Charles L. 
Gauff.John P. 
Gay, Deborah H. 
Gayer, Fred A. 
Gayley, Gwendolyn 
Gaylcy, Samuel M. 
Gayley, Mrs. William 
Gebert, William C. 
Geibel, Carl A. 
Geiger, Lewis P., Jr. 
Gemberling,J. B. 
Genth, Mrs. F. A. 
Gerber, Albert 
Gerber, Frederic 
Gerstley, Louis, Jr. 
Gessner, Howard R. 
Gest.John Marshall 
Gest, Lillian 
Geuther, H. Walter 
Ghadiali, Dinshah 



Giambalvo, G. P. 
Gibb, Ida 
Gibb, Mrs. John 

MacGregor 
Gibb, Thomas B. 
Gibbons, Lewis W. 
Gibbs, George 
Gibson, Mrs. Clarence T. 
Gibson, Mrs. John H. 
Gibson, Lillie 
Gibson, Mary K. 
Gibson, William S. 
Gideon, George D. 
Gilbert, Sadie 
Gildea, James L. 
Gilkes, Viola 
Gill, Mrs. Charles D. 
Gill, Mrs. Ephraim 

Tomlinson 
Gill, John D. 
Gillespie, Mrs. K. E. 
Gillespie, Kate S. 
Gillingham, Mrs. A. H. 
Gillingham, Harrold E. 
Gillingham, Mrs. Harrold 

E. 
Gimbel Brothers 
Gimbel, Mrs. Benedict 
Gimbel, Daniel 
Girvin,John H. 
Givens, Howard M. 
Glanz, Charles L. 
Glaser, Louis 
Glasmer, Joseph A. 
Gleeson,John W. 
Glendinning, Robert 
Glover, Deborah 
Gobler, Joseph 
Godfrey, Francis V. 
Godshall, Mrs. Charles F. 
Goetz, Elizabeth Harlow 
Goldbaum, Mrs. Jacob S. 
Goldberg, Samuel A. 
Goldbey, Mrs. Samuel 
Golder, Mandes 
Goldman, Mrs. Edward 
Goldner, Frank C. 
Goldsmith, Mrs. Simon 
Goldstein, Samuel 
Goodin, Charles Ellis 
Goodman, Mrs. C. E. 
Goodman, Mrs. E. H. 
Goodman, Joseph D. 
Goodman, William E., Jr. 
Goodwin, Margaret S. 
Gordon, Mrs. Donald 



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Gorman, Charles F. 
Gosling, Mrs. Adolph ' 
Gould, Mrs. M.D. 
Gowing.Jean 
Graf, Wm. G. 
Graff, Anton 
Graff, Mrs. L. G. 
Graham, W. F. 
Graham, Warren C. 
Grahn, Henry 
Graitcer, Samuel 
Grant, Martha Fairies 
Gratz, Alfred 
Gravenstein, George T. 
Graves, Barney 
Graves, R. B. 
Gray, George M. 
Gray, Robert C. 
Gray, Robert L. 
Gray, William F. 
Grayson, Charles Prevost 
Grayson, Mary E. 
Green, Beatrice 
Green, Mrs. Charles D. 
Green, Edgar Lee 
Green, Mrs. Raymond 
Greenberg, Joseph J. 
Greene, Stanley E. 
Greene, Stephen Company 
Greenfield, Mrs. Albert M. 
Greenvvell, Mrs. John 

Greiner, Mrs. W. Lang 

Greiss, Wm. H. 

Grelis,John J. 

Gribbel,W. Griffin 

Griest, Mrs. Thomas H. 

Griffith, Alexander 

Griffith, G.S., Jr. 

Griffith, Mrs. J. P. Crozer 

Griffith, William Oglesby 

Grinrod, Irvin S. 

Griscom, Mrs. Edgar 
DeW. 

Griscom, William B. 

Griscom, William C. 

Groff, Henry C. 

Groomc, Alexander C. 

Groome,John C. 

Groschupf & Fehr 

Gross, Charles 

Grossman, Walter 

Grove, S. Felton 

Gruber, Charles F. 

Gruver, E. A. 

Gucker, F. T. 

Guckes, Raymond M. 



Guenther,J. J. 
Guctter, Julius 
Gulick, Mrs. William B. 
Gummere, Mrs. Francis B. 
Gummey, Frank B. 
Gunkle, Earle B. 
Gunthrop, Mrs. William 

P. 
Gutekunst, William J. 
Gutman, E. 
Hacker, Caspar W. 
Hackett, H. Berkeley 
Hackett, Harry W. 
Hadden, Samuel B. 
Haehnlen, Mrs. Walter L. 
Hagar, Arthur F. 
Hahn, Mrs. Fred H. ,3d 
Haibach, Mrs. Philip 
Haig, Alexander M. 
Haig, Ruth C. 
Haines, Mrs. Robert B.,Jr. 
Haines, William A. 
Hainlen, G. 
Halev, Daniel J. 
Hall,' Mrs. Alan 
Hall, Arthur W. 
Hall, Mrs. Leslie A. 
Hall, Mabel Bruce 
Hall, Nell 
Hall, William J. 
Hall, William M. 

Hallahan, Mrs. Charles E. 

Halligan, Robert S. 

Hallovvell, Helen W. 

Hallovvell, Mrs. Israel R. 

Hal pen, Sara 

Halpin, Mrs. G. H. 

Halter, Mrs. E.T. 

Halton, Thomas H., Sr. 

Hamilton, George L. 

Hamilton, H. A. 

Hammeke, Herbert 

Hancock, Mrs. F. Wood- 
son 

Hand, Helen G. 

Hankins, Hobart 

Hannigan, Joseph J. 

Hanny, W. 

Hansche, Maude B. 

Hanson, Mrs. Edward H. 

Hanthorn, Joseph R. 

Harbison, Helen 

Harding, Mrs. Charles B. 

Harding, Mrs. L. M. 

Hardock, Benjamin 

Hardt, Frank M. 



Hare, Mrs. Horace Binney 
Harkin, Edward L 
Harlin, Luella 
Harman, W. H. 
Harper, Mrs. A. Headley 
Harper, Clarence L. 
Harper, Mrs. James B. 
Harper, W. O. 
Harriman, Joseph K. 
Harrington, M. H. 
Harris, David W. 
Harris, Edward Monroe 
Harris, Mrs. Fraser 
Harris, J. Andrews, 3rd 
Harris, John G. 
Harris, Percival van R. 
Harris, Walter C. 
Harris, William 
Harrison, Mrs. John, Jr. 
Harrison, Mrs. Theodore 
Harrity, Mrs. William F. 
Harron, Joseph A. 
Harshaw, David 
Harshaw, Edward 
Hart, Charles P. 
Hart, Ralph L. 
Hartley, Harriet L. 
Hartley, Mrs. Martin E., 

Hartung, Francis C. 
Haskins, Mrs. Harold 
Haslem, Elizabeth 
Hassler, Daniel E. 
Hastings, John V. 
Hastings, Mrs. John V. 
Hatch, Ernest B. 
Hathaway, H. W. 
Hauck, A. L. 
Hausmann, William M. 
Hausser, C. A. 
Haviland, Walter W. 
Hawke, Mrs. W. W. 
Haxton, Prudence Glenn 
Haxton, Mrs. Samuel F. 
Hay, Mrs. Charles 
Haydock, Charles 
Haynes,John C. 
Hays, Annie Bradford 
Hayt, Mrs. E. Todd 
Hazard, Spencer P. 
Hazelhurst, Mrs. Francis 
Hazlett, James \^ 
Head, Mrs. Joseph 
Headly,John F. 
Healv, Francis J. 
Hcarn, Mrs. William P. 



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Heck, John A. 
Heckman, Rodman 
Heckscher, Steven 
Heebner, Mrs. Samuel Y. 
Heermann, Harriet A. 
Heineberg, Mrs. Alfred 
Heinitsh, W. Wilson 
Heir, James 
Heislcr.John Clement 
Heist, George 
Helbert, George K. 
Hemphill and Company, 

Inc. 
Henderson, Mrs. George 

M. 
Henderson, John J. 
Henderson, Louis S. 
Henderson, Maude 
Hendrickson, Mrs. John B. 
Henle, Mrs. Eugene 
Henon, J. Paul, Jr. 
Henry, Mrs. Bayard 
Henry, Mrs. C. S. Ashby 
Henry, D. W. 
Henry, George W., Jr. 
Henry, J. Lewis 
Henry, James P. 
Henry, Mrs. Snowden 
Henry, Thomas and Sons, 
Henry, Mrs. Thomas 

Charlton 
Hensei, Mrs. E. Caven 
Henson, Edward F. 
Henson, Frank M. 
Herbert, Mrs. E. Ziegler 
Herbert, Walter G. 
Hering, W. E. 
Herr, Frances 
Herrick, Cheeseman 
Herring, Louise C. 
Herrmann, W. F. 
Herron, Christopher C. 
Hershey, Mrs. Herbert T. 
Hervey, Mrs. James 

Bertram 
Hess, Frederick Lee 
Hess, Herbert W. 
Hetzell, Charles G. 
Heuer Henry H. 
Hewitt, F. L. 
Heyer, Mrs. Charles H. 
Heyl,John B. 
Hevl, Mrs. Robert C. 
Heyl, William E. 
Heymann, Joseph C. 
Hcyward, Mrs. R. B. 



Hibbs, Mrs.Quin D. 
Hibbs, Shelton A 
Hickey, Mrs. Stefano 
Hiergesell, Valentine 
Hiestand, Joseph D. 
Highley, Mrs. George N. 
Hilbroner, Mrs. Tillie 
Hill, George H., Jr. 
HiUeary.E. D. 
Hillman, Blanca 
Hilsee, David E. 
Hinchman, Mrs. Charles S. 
Hindle, H. L.,Jr. 
Hiney, Elsie L 
Hinkle, Eleanor W. 
Hires, Mrs. Charles E. 
Hires, Mrs. Charles E., Jr. 
Hirsch, Jacob 
Hitner, Ella E. 
Hoare, Daniel W. 
Hochstrasser, John H. 
Hocker, L S. 
Hodge, Mrs. Carroll 
Hodge, Mrs. Thomas 

Lei per 
Hoerger, Adelbert 
Hoey, Francis P. 
HofF, Mrs. Leigh P. 
Hoffman, Mrs. C. F. 
Hoffman, Frederick W. 
Hofheimer, S. D. 
Hogan,John A. 
Hogg, J. Ren wick 
Hogg, Mrs. J. Ren wick 
Hogue, Robert M. 
Hogue, Mrs. Robert M. 
Holahan, F. Marion 
Hollar, Mrs. William H. 
Hollingsworth.John P. 
Hollingsworth,John R. 
Holmes, Joshua M. 
Holmes, William T. 
Holtzman, Robert M. 
Homer, Henry 
Hood, Albert L. 
Hood, Mrs. George G. 
Hood, Wesley Russell 
Hoopes, Edward 
Hopkins, Arthur H. 
Hopkinson, Edward 
Hopper, H. B. 
Hopper, Marie Louise 
Hopper, Mary Jones 
Hoppock, Edith K. 
Horn, Herman C. 
Horn, William 



Horneff, Harry 
Horner, Dorothy S. 
Horsley, Ethel K. 
Horstmann, L J. 
Horstmann, Mrs. Walter 
Horstmann, Mrs. William 

H. 
Hotter, Robert M. 
Hosbach, Frederick W. 
Hosein, Mozan 
Hostetter, Mrs. Albert K. 
Houston, Mrs. S. F. 
Howard, Almern C. 
Howard, Mrs. Edgar B. 
Howard, Frank 
Howarth, H. A. Stevens 
Howe, Charlton V. 
Howe, George 
Howe, Margaret M. 
Howell, Mrs. Charles H. 
Howell, Cooper 
Howell, Edward L H. 
Howell, Stacy B. 
Howson, Henry 
Hoyt, Mrs. E. C. 
Hoyt, Henry A. F. 
Hubert, Anton 
Huesner, R. D. 
Huey, Arthur B. 
Huey, Dorothy 
Hughes, Esther M. 
Hulme, Mabel 
Hunn, William R. 
Hunsberger, Mrs. Ambrose 
Hunsicker, Clayton M. 
Hunter, Robert 
Hunter, T. Comly 
Huntley, Mabel F. 
Huntoon, D. T. V. 
Hurlburt, Mrs. F. B. 
Hurlick, Susan G. 
Huston, Joseph M. 
Hutchinson, A. P. 
Hutchinson, J. C. 
Hutchinson, J. Edward 
Hutchinson, Lavinia S. 
Hutchinson, M. H. 
Hutchinson, Robert H. 
Hutchinson, Mrs. S. 

Pemberton 
Hutchinson, Mrs. Sydney 

E. 
Hutton, Walter S. 
Ihle, Mrs. Marion 
Illman, Adelaide 
Illoway, Bernard A. 



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Indahl.M. C. 
Ingersoil, Mrs. Charles E. 
Ingersoll, G. 
Ingham, Mary H. 
Innes, William T. 
Ireland, C. Raymond 
Isen, Nathan D. 
Jackson, Ellis 
Jackson, F. G. 
Jackson, Joseph 
Jackson, W. T. 
Jacobs, Mrs. John 
Jacobs, Mary C. R. 
Jacobs, Reuben 
Jacoby,J.F.,Jr. 
Jaeger, William 
Jaffe, Maurice 
Jaffe, Walter 
James, Nancy E. 
James, Mrs. W. M. 
James, William F. 
Jameson, Norman L. 
Jamison, Mrs. B. K.,Jr. 
Jamison, Samuel G. 
Jantzen, Mildred 
Jardella, Jermone B.,Jr. 
Jarden, Margaret 
Jastrovv, Annie M. 
Jeanes, Mrs. Henry S. 
Jefferies, Martha M. 
Jefferson, Harry 
Jefferys, Mrs. Edward M. 
Jeffries, Elwood C. 
Jeffries, Mrs. Norman 
Jellett, Stewart A. 
Jenkins, A. Sydney 
Jenkins, G. Chapin 
Jenkinson,J. Frederick 
Jenks, Horace H. 
Jennings, Annie B. 
Jennings, Joseph M. 
Jennings, William J., Sr. 
Jerrehian, Aram K. 
Johnson, F. T. 
Johnson, Howard Cooper 
Johnson, J. Augustus 
Johnson, Mrs. Lester B. 
Johnson, Paul S. L. 
Johnson, Reeves K. 
Johnson, William K. 
Johnson, William Keating 
Johnston, A. L. 
Johnston, Charles 
Joiner, Franklin 
Jones, Mrs. C. Sharpless 
Jones, Mrs. Clara W. 



Jones, Frederick 

Jones, G. H. 

Jones, H. H. 

Jones, H. W. 

Jones, Henry B. 

Jones, Horace C. 

Jones, Mrs. J Clifford 

Jones, John F. X. 

Jones, Joseph L., 3rd 

Jones, Livingston E. 

Jones, Luther R. 

Jones, Mary C. 

Jones, Rufus M. 

Jones, Thomas E. 

Jordan, Augustus W. 

Joseph, Marguerite 

Josephs, Jean 

Judge, Marguerite E. 

Judson, Arthur 

Judson, Mrs. Charles F. 

Jump, George W. 

Justice, C. G. and Com- 
pany 

Justice, Hilda 

Justice, Marion T. 

Kaelkcr, Richard 

Kaeser, Charles W. 

Kaier, Emma 

Kairer, Margaret G. 

Kallick, Edward A. 

Kamholz, Henry 

Kantz,John B. 

Karcher and Rehn Com- 
pany 

Karr, Joseph 

Kasc, Mrs. Daniel Beaver 

Kasc, Edmund 

Kaskey, A.J. 

Kauffman, Anna C. 

Kaufman, A. Spencer 

Kaufman, Frank M. 

Kaufman, Isadore 

Kaufman, Morris A. 

Kearins,Jane E. 

Kearney, Richard J. 

Keator, Mrs. John Frisbee 

Keefer, W. W. 

Keen, Florence 

Keen, Harold Perot 

Keen, Harry R. 

Keen, W. W. 

Keiser, Elmer E. 

Keister, Annie R. 

Keith, Mrs. Sidney W. 

Keller, Charles Frederick 

Keller, F. E. 



Keller, Joseph S.,Sr. 
Kelly, Richard F. 
Kelsey, Mrs. Albert 

Warren 
Kemp, Charles G. 
Kendall, Aimee E. 
Kendig, Miss Miriam 
Kcndrick, T. Frank 
Kennedy, Mrs. J. M. 
Kennedy, J. N. 
Kennedy, Marie Ernst 
Kennedy, Mrs. Moorhead 
Kent, George R. 
Kent, Mrs. William C. 
Ken worthy, Frank L. 
Kenworthy, Mrs. Frank L. 
Keogh,John W. 
Kephart, Ida M. 
Kerle, Jules A. 
Kern, Harry R. 
Kerns, Richard A. 
Kerns, Samuel P. 
Kerr, James H. and Sons 
Kerr, Virginia E. 
Kerr, William M. 
Kerrigan, Joseph P. 
Kershaw, Freci 
Kershaw, William 
Kerstine, Mrs. Harry E. 
Ketcham,0. W. 
Ketterer, Gustav 
Keucher, Elizabeth A. 
Keyset, George W. 
Kieferle, Mrs. Charles J. 
Kieffer, George C. 
Killian, Ida A. 
Kimball, Fiske 
Kimball, M. Ella 
Kimber, Mrs. T. W. 
Kind, Morris 
Kind, Mrs. Paul A. 
Kind, Mrs. Philip 
Kindig, Bertha 
King, Mrs. Joseph B, 
King, Lewis 
King, Lydia E. 
King, Stuart L. 
Kirkbride, Elizabeth B. 
Kirkpatrick, Samuel 
Kister, H. LeRoy 
Klapp, Mrs. E.J. 
Klapp, Wilbur Paddock 
Klauder, Elfrida M. 
Klein, Max D. 
Kleiner, Herman J. 
Klock, Ella 



Kneass, Edwards 
Kneedler and Company 
Knight, D. Allen 
Knowles, Archibald C. 
Knowles, Frank Crozer 
Knowles, Nathaniel 
Knup, Jacob 
Koch, Abe 

Koch, Mrs. George M. 
Koelle, W. F. 
Koenes, Henry E. 
Kohn, Bernard 
Kohn, Mrs. Harry E. 
Kohn, Mrs. Isadore 
Kolb, Mrs. Edward 
Krause, Mrs. Sydney L. 
Krauss, Franklin B. 
Krauss, Katherine J. 
Krebs, Frank H. 
Kreier, George J. 
Kreighoff, W. G. 
Krick, Alfred E. 
Kridel, Martha 
Kroll, Ray F. 
Kroopnick, L. H. 
Krum, Albert C.,Jr. 
Krumbhaar, Mrs. Charles 

H.,Jr. 
Kuemmerle, Gustave A. 
Kuhn, C. Hartman 
Kuhn, Carrie Teller 
Kunkel, James E. 
Kunkle, Natalie Louise 
Kurth, Rena 
Kurtz, William Fulton 
LaBrum,J. Harvey 
LaGrossa, Charles P. 
Laird, Warren P. 
LaKatos, Emery 
Lakely, Mrs. Arthur B. 
Lally, Mrs. Frank S. 
Lamb, Mrs. Joseph 
Lamb, Mrs. W. H. 
Lampe, Arthur E. 
Lanaell, Mrs. E. A., Jr. 
Lane, Mrs. P. H. P. 
Langston, Samuel M. 
Lanin, Howard 
Large, Mrs. James 
Larzelere, Mrs. Walter D. 
Latimer, Robert L. 
Laughlin, Mrs. A. L. 
Lautenbach, Mrs. A. P. 

Warren 
Lavell, E. F. 
Lavino, Mrs. Edward J. 



Law, Margaret 
La Wall, Charles H. 
Laws, Mrs. Harry A. 
Lawson, Agatha Jones 
Lawson, Harry 
Lea, Elizabeth J. 
Lea, Francis C. 
Lea, Van Antwerp 
Leach, May A. 
League, Mrs. H. M. 
Lear, John B. 
Leas, Mabel Alice 
Lcchncr, Harvey L. 
Lederle, Charlotte A. 
Ledwith.W. L. 
Lee, Mrs. Elisha 
Lee, W. H. 
Lee, William Colin 
Leech, David M. 
Leeds, Arthur N. 
Leeds, William H.,Jr. 
Lefton, Al Paul 
Legge, Henry C. 
Leggett, Estiaer 
Leidy, Mrs. Joseph 
Leinroth, Robert G. 
Leithead,J. Edward 
Leithmann, Ann R. 
Lemisch, Bernard L. 
Lennon,J. S. 
Leonard, J. B. 
Leonard, Reuben M. 
Leonard, William A. 
Leopold, Mrs. Simon 
Lesley, Robert W. 
Lesley, Mrs. Robert W. 
Lester, Joseph C. 
Levi, L Valentine 
Levick, Maurice E. 
Levin, Alan 
Levin, Samuel H. 
Levis, Mrs. Frederick H. 
Levy, Albert 
Levy, Alexander S. 
Levy, Alfred B. 
Levy, Garfield W. 
Levy, Howard S. 
Levy, Laurarice B. 
Levy, Lionel T. 
Lewandowski, 
Theophilius 
Lewis, Anna Shippen 
Lewis, Anna V. 
Lewis, Bertha 
Lewis, Charles A. 
Lewis, Clarence J. 



Lewis, Edwin O. 
Lewis, Eleanor 
Lewis, Mrs. Francis A. 
Lewis, Francis D. 
Lewis, Mrs. Howard W. 
Lewis, Isabel Jenkins 
Lewis, Mrs. John F.,Jr. 
Lewis, John Frederick 
Lewis, Julia 
Lewis, L. R. 
Lewis, Lucy 
Lewis, Margaret C. 
Lewis, Mrs. O. G. L. 
Lewis, Shippen 
Lewis, Mrs. Theodore J. 
Lewis, Wilfred 
Lex, Mrs. William H. 
Leyshon, William C. 
Lichtenberger, James B. 
Lichtenstein, Mayer 
Lichtenstein, Milton 
Liebcrman, Alexander 
Lieberman, Moses 
Liedholm, M. W. 
Lifter, Mrs. Joseph J. 
Ligget, Mrs. Howard B. 
Ligget, Mrs. Howard B., 

Ligget, Jane Stewart 
Lillie, Mrs. S. Morris 
Lin, Phyllis W. Y. 
Lincoln, Mrs. George 

Jones, Jr. 
Lincoln, Joseph C. 
Lindley, George 
Lindley, George W. 
Lindsay, Hyde and Co. 
Lingelbach, Anna 
Link, Harriet J. 
Linn, Mrs. William B. 
Linville, Walter E. 
Lippincott, Anna E. 
Lippincott, G. A. 
Lippincott, Paul S.,Jr. 
Lipshutz, Charles 
Lister, J. Morgan 
Littlefield, James H. 
Liversidge, Mrs. H. P. 
Livingston, Joseph S. 
Lloyd, Fleurette B. 
Lloyd, Mrs. Horatio Gates 
Lochhead, Catherine P. 
Lock, John R. 
Lock, William 
Loeb, Mrs. Adolf 
Loeb, Alfred H. 



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Loeb, Howard A. 
Loeb, Ludwig 
Loeb, Marguerite 
Loeb, Mrs. Max 
Loeb, Mrs. Rudolf 
Loeb, Victor A. 
Loeliger, O. G. 
Loewenberg, Samuel A. 
Logan, Mary E. 
Logan, William H. 
Loguc, Anna M. 
Logue, Edwin J. 
Lohmann, Mrs. Alfred P. 
Longaker, Mrs. Carolyn R. 
Longaker, Daniel 
Longcope, Mrs. Thomas 

M.,Jr. 
Longenecker, C. B. 
Longmaid.J. Henry 
Longnecker, Mrs. Parke 
Longshore, William A. 
Longstreet, R. C. 
Longstreth, Mrs. Charles 

A. 
Longstreth, Mrs. William 

M. 
Lopez, Sophia 
Lorenz, Carl A. 
Lorimer, Graeme 
Lothrop, Eben W. 
Loucheim, Mrs. Joseph A. 
Louchheim, Mrs. William 
Lough, George A. 
Loughran, Edward P. 
Lounsbery, J. 
Loux,H. R. 
Loux, Susanna 
Lovatt, Dorothy 
Love, Julius D. 
LoveIl,J. Barlow 
Loveman, Herbert S. 
Lovett, Louise D. 
Lowber, Emma W. 
Lowber, Mrs. Sylvester A. 
Loxley, Charles Evans 
Lucas, Albert Hawley 
Lucas, Mrs. H. Spencer 
Ludlow, Benjamin H. 
Ludlum, David S. 
Ludlum, Mrs. Sevmour 

DcWitt 
Lueders, Kenneth S. 
Lukens, Mrs. Lewis N., Jr. 
Lunkenheimer, Mrs. John 
Lutz, Mrs. J. Edward 
Lutz, Jack A. 



Lying, Edward P. 

Lynch, Amelia B. 

Lyon, Abraham 

Lyons, Anna 

Lyons, Lewis E. 

Mabie, Waiter C. 

MacCrea, Reba 

MacDonald, Andrew 

Macdonald, William A., 
3rd 

MacElree, George A. 

MacParland, Mrs. Frank- 
lin H. 

MacGregor, Helen 

Mack, Joseph, iod 

Mackay, Gordon 

Mackenzie, George W. 

MacKenzie,J. B. 

Mackey, Harry A. 

Mackey, Mrs. Harry A. 

Maclay, Ellen C. 

MacLennon, A. Gordon 

MacMullen, William J. 

MacNeill, Mrs. Henry 

Maderia, Mrs. Campbell 

Maderia, Mrs. Louis C. 

Maderia, Percy C. 

Magee, George W. 

Magee, Mrs. Henry L 

Magee, James F.,Jr. 

Maier, F. Hurst 

Malakoff, Ida Vera 

Mallon, Joseph 

Malone, Edwin B. 

Maloney, Earle F. 

Maloy, Elsie D. 

Malpass, Rosina 
Dowker 

Manges, Willis F. 

Manning, William McD. 

Mantzell, William 

March, John H. 

Margerum, Bess 

Marini, Aurelio 

Mark, Frederick W. 

Markland, George L., Jr. 

Marks, Albert S. 

Maron, Alfred C. 

Marquetand, Theodore 

Marshall, Mrs. George 
Morley 

Marshall, Mrs. J. Lewis 

Marshall, Mrs. John B. 

Marshall, Mary E. 

Marshall, Thomas R. 

Martin, Mrs. D. C. 



Martin, Mrs. J. Willis 
Martin, James L. 
Masland, J. Wesley 
Mason, Edward F. 
Mason, William Clark 
Mason, Mrs. William 

Clark 
Massey, Frank H. 
Massiah, Frederick 
Masters, Margaret T. 
Mathers, Frank F. 
Mathers, Mrs. Frank F. 
Mathews, Abel J. 
Mathews, Grace E. 
Mathews, W. C. C. 
Mathewson, Robert J. 
Matthews, Allen M. 
Maule, Margaret C. 
Maulsby, Matilda 
Maxwell, C.J. 
Maxwell, Mrs. John R. 
Mayburry, Dorothy 
Mayer, Alfred 
Mayer, Robert 
Mayor, Charles A. 
Mazzoni, Joseph 
McAbee, Mrs. G. R. 
McAdoo, Mrs. Henry M. 
McCahan, Mrs. Thomas C. 
McCall, Richard 
McCann,John Edward 
McCarthy, Edith 
McCarthy, Henry A. 
McCarthy, J. A.,Sr. 
McCarthy, Joseph F. 
McCaughey, Harry M. 
McCausland, William A. 
McCloskcy, Matthew H. 
McCloud, Charles M. 
McCollin, James G. 
McConnell, Mary 
McCook, Walter 
McCouch, Mrs. H. Gordon 
McCracken, Mrs. Robt. T. 
McCrea, W. A. 
McCrudden, Daniel 
McCully,John E. 
McDermott, Daniel L 
McDevitt,J. J. 
McDonald, Joseph A. 
McDougald, John 
McDowell, Charles 
McDowell, Samuel 
McFaddcn, Mrs. Barclay 
McFarland, Mrs. Sarah 
McGarvey, James A. 



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McGcttigan, Daniel I. 
McGowin, Andrew C. 
McGowin, Mrs. R. S. 
McGrath, Louis J. 
McGuirc, James J. 
McHughJohnP. 
Mcllhenny, Selina B. 
Mcllroy, Albert D. C. 
Mcllvain, Mrs. Dickerson 
Mcllvain, Mrs. J. Gibson 
Mcllvaine, Mrs. A. 

Robinson 
Mclnnes, Mrs. Walter S. 
Mclntire, A. Reed 
Mclntyre, Mrs. William T. 
McKaig, Edgar S. 
McKechney, W. G. 
McKee, James H. 
McKenzie, R. Tait 
McLean, Mrs. Charles V. 
McLean, Mrs. Robert 
McLel Ian, Ralph 
McMahon,John G. 
McMichael, Mrs. Clayton 
McMillan, Mrs. Leighton 

G. 
McMillan, Thomas M. 
McNeal,Mrs.A.H. 
McNichol, Mrs. Thomas F. 
McOwen, Mrs. Frederick 
McShea,John B. 
Mead, Arthur B. 
Meadowcroft, E. 
Mealey,John P. 
Mears, Mrs. Frederick 
Mebus, Charles F. 
Medary, M. B.,Jr. 
Meehan, Ellen F. 
Megargee, Mrs. George M. 
Meisner, Ernest W. 
Melrath.Earle B. 
Mercer, Warren C. 
Meredith, H.B. 
Merrick, Mrs. Samuel 

Vaughn 
Merscher, Washington 
Mcrtz, Mrs. John \V. 
Mertz, Oscar E. 
Merz, Leon 
Meyer, Ada 
Meyer, John C. 
Meyer, Louis J. 
Meyerhoff, Moe L" 
Meyers, Clarence L. 
Michel, George 
Mickel, Mrs. Robert T. 



Middleton, Allen C. 
Middlcton, C. Wilmer 
Middleton, Clara 
Middleton, Mrs. Wilmer 
Milione, Louis 
Miller, Mrs. Archer 
Miller, George 
Miller, J. Eldredge 
Miller, Marian 
Miller, Modestha B. 
Miller, E. Spencer 
Miller, Walter P. Co. 

Inc. 
Mills, Thomas 
Milne, Mrs. Caleb J., Jr. 
Milne, Francis F., Jr. 
Minehart, Mrs. John R. 
Mink, George W., Jr. 
Mitchell, Charles D. 
Mitchell, George W. 
Mitchell, Henry F. 
Mitcheson, Robert S.J. 
Moerk, Frank N. 
Moeser, Frank 
Moffly, William T. 
Molthan, Mrs. E. Henry 
Montgomery, Mrs. James 

S. 
Montgomery, Mrs. T. L. 
Montgomery, W. W., Jr. 
Moody, Mrs. Carlton M. 
Moody, Mrs. Lewis F. 
Mooney, W.J. 
Moore, Mrs. Charles J. 
Moore, Edgar B. 
Moore, Mrs. H. McKnight 
Moore, J. Clark, Jr. 
Moore, Philip H. 
Moore, Sallie 
Moorhouse, Mrs. H. 

Wilson 
Moosberger, Fred 
Morch, Thomas 
Morford, W. B. 
Morgan, C. W. 
Morgan, Mrs. John B. 
Morganthaler Brothers 
Morrell, Richard B. 
Morris, Mrs. A. Saunders 
Morris, Ellen 
Morris, Henry S. 
Morris, L Wistar 
Morris, Mrs. P. Hollings- 

worth 
Morris, William Paul 
Mortimer, S. H. 



Mortimoore, Mrs. Charles 

Morton, Mrs. Albert W. 

Moss, Frank H. 

Mostertz, Fred W. 

Muhlenbrock, Herman 

Muller, William 

Mullin, Arthur 

Munro, Mrs. Hugh F. 

Murphy, Eugene 

Murphy, Helen B. 

Murphy, Mrs. John A. 

Murphy, John J. 

Murphy, Thomas E. 

Murphy, Timothy A. 

Mutz, Pearl 

Mutz, Walter 

Myers, A. Charles 

Myers, Rhoda 

Nachod,J.F. 

Nadelman, Madame Elie 

Nagel,John A., Jr. 

Nahm, George A. 

Nail, L Walter 

Nasife, Mrs. Sydney 

Neal, Logan W. 

Neal.S. H. 

Nece, Harry A. 

Needles, Mrs. Lewis 

Neeld,J.Noble 

Neely, Mrs. Hugh Mc- 
Dowell 

Neely, James P. 

Neely, M. Y. 

Neilson, Mrs. Lewis 

Nesbit, Mrs. Thorpe 

Nevin, Mrs. Charles W. 

Newbold, Mrs. Arthur E., 
Sr. 

Newbold, Mrs. David 

Newbold, David M., 3rd 

Newbold, Mrs. William T. 

Newhall, C. Stevenson 

Newhall, William Peterson 

Newman, A. G. 

Newman, N. 

Newman, Walter B. 

Newton, A. G. 

Newton, C. S. 

Niblo, James M. 

Nice, Budd G. 

Nice, Eugene E. 

Nicholas, Samuel 

Nicholls, Mrs. Joseph 
Kapp 

Nichols, Milton Harold 

Nimlet, Virginia C. 



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Nixon, Mrs. Horace F. 
Norcross, Mrs. Herbert C. 
Norris, Mrs. A. A. 
Norris, Charles C, Jr. 
Norris, Mrs. John C. 
Norris, Thomas J. 
North, Charles H. 
North, Ralph H. 
Novek, Samuel L. 
Noyes, Mrs. B. 
Oakes, M. Elsie 
Oakford, James \V. 
Oakley, Imogen B. 
Oakley, Mrs. Thornton 
Obdyke, William Austin 
Obergc, Ulkricka H. 
Obermayer, Henry 
Obermayer, Leon J. 
O'Connor, John F. 
Odell, Harriet D. 
Odell, Mrs. Joseph H. 
0'Drain,T. I. 
O'Harra, Mrs. I. Harrison 
0"Keefe, Joseph F. 
Okie, R. Brognard 
O'Leary, Daniel 
Oliphant, Mrs. S. E. 
Oliver, W.J. 
Omerly, George G. 
O'Neill, Andrew 
O'Neill, E.M. 
O'Neill, J. T. 
O'Neill, John T. 
O'Neill, Marie E. 
O'Neill,?. F. 
Opie, Mrs. E. L. 
Oppenheimer, Walter 
Ord,R. Laird 
Orlemann, Henry P. 
Orr, George P. 
Orth,Mrs.C.J. 
Ortlip, Harry S. 
Osborn, Mrs. John A. 
Osterlund, John L. 
Oswald, Charles A. 
Otten, Robert S. 
Otteni.H.F. 
Oursler, William W. D. 
Overholt, William L. 
Ovington, George, Jr. 
Owen, Elizabeth Gray 
Owen, L. V. P. 
Owrid, Edwin J. 
Packard, Charles S.W. 
Packard, Mrs. Francis R. 
Packard, Mrs. JohnH. ,3rd 



Page, George Bispham 
Page, Mrs. Robert H. 
Page, Townsend R. 
Paine, Mrs. George H. 
Painter, Elizabeth A. 
Paisley, Harry E. 
Palmer, John T. 
Palsir, Jacob 
Pancoast, Mrs. H. K. 
Pancoast, Henry B. 
Pardee, Mrs. Calvin 
Paret, Edward 
Park,J. B. 
Park, Thomas 
Parke, E. H. 
Parker, A. D. 
Parker, John E. 
Parker, Sylvester D. 
Parkin, Frank P. 
Parlin, Charles C. 
Parrish, E. M. 
Parrish, Morris L. 
Parrish, Mrs. Robert C. 
Parrott, Sylvester J. 
Parsly, Elmer G. 
Pardons, Ella 
Pasceri, Mrs. Joseph 
Patrick, William H. 
Patten, Frank E. 
Patten, Frank S. 
Patterson, Beatrice W. 
Patterson, Mrs. George 

Stuart 
Patterson, Mrs. John M. 
Patterson, T. H. Hoge 
Patton, J. G. 
Patton, Mrs. John W. 
Patton, Mrs. Robert 
Patton, Robert J. 
Paul, Mrs. H. Van Dyne 
Paul, Mrs. Hiram 
Paul, John Rodman 
Paulson, Frances E. 
Payne, Whitney 
Peabody, Malcolm E. 
Peacock, C. H. 
Peale, Mrs. Joseph 
Pearce, Hollingsworth 
Pearsall.H. W. 
Pearson, Elizabeth T. 
Pearson, J. A. 
Pearson, Mrs. J.T. 
Pearson, R. G. 
Peck, Mrs. Arthur 
Peck, Mrs. Horace S. 
Pecker, Joseph S. 



Pedley, Lillian E. 
Pedrick, Lyola 
Peeples, A.M. 
Peiff er, Charles E. 
Peirce, Harold 
Peirce, Mrs. Harold 
Peirce, T. M.,Jr. 
Peirson, Walter 
Pelosi, Michael H. 
Pelosi, William A. 
Pemberton, Clifford, Jr. 
Penfield, Mrs. Frederic C. 
Pennington, Laura T. 
Pennsylvania Society of 

Miniature Painters 
Penrose, R. A. F.,Jr. 
Penrose, Valeria F. 
Penza, J. Vincent 
Pepper, Mrs. B. Franklin 
Pepper, Benjamin Franklin 
Pepper, Mrs. O. H. Perry 
Pepper, William 
Pepper, Mrs. William 

Piatt 
Pequignot, L. E. 
Perilstein, Nathan 
Perkins, Mrs. Edward L. 
Perkins, Mrs. T. H.Dudley 
Perot, Anne Lovering 
Perrin, Charles C. 
Perring, Louise F. 
Perrot, Emile G. 
Perrv, H.H. 
Perry, Mrs. Harold R. 
Perry, John C. 
Peter, Luther C. 
Peters, Don 
Peterson, Harry M. 
Petcrzell, Sarah G. 
Pettinos, George F. 
Petty, Mrs. Marcia M. 
Petzold, Adolph 
Pew, J. N., Jr. 
Pew, Mrs. Walter C. 
Pfaelzer, Mrs. Frank 
Pfahler,G.E. 
Pfatteicher, E. P. 
Pflueger, E. H. 
Phelan, Joseph V. 
Phelps, Alfred T. 
Phillips, Edward A. 
Phillips, Lucien 
Pierce, F. G. 
Pierce, J. D. 

Piersol, Mrs. George A. 
Piersol, George M. 



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Pilling, Mrs. George P. 
Pilling, W. S. 
Pinkstone, W. D. 
Pioneer Suspender Co. 
Place, Louis V.,Jr. 
Piatt, Mrs. Charles, Jr. 
Piatt, Mrs. Charles, 3rd 
Piatt, Henry N. 
Platt,John O. 
Piatt, M. 
Plaut, Mrs. Isaac 
Plummer, Mrs. William T. 
Pohlers,R.C. 
Polk, Mrs. William D. 
Pollock, Elizabeth P. 
Pollock, Roland D. 
Pollock, Walter B. 
Pollock, William W. 
Pomerantz, A. 
Pooley, E. F. 
Porter, Andrew 
Porter, Mrs. Charles A., 

Jr. 
Post, Mrs. L. A. 
Post, William 
Poth, Harry A. 
Potsdamer, Joseph S. 
Pott, H. Rudolph 
Pottciger, L. A. 
Potter, Mrs. Thomas, Jr. 
Potter, Woodburn W. 
Potts, Mrs. Harrison I. 
Potts, William M. 
Powel,T. I. Hare 
Powel, Mrs. T. I. Hare 
Powell, Charles S. 
Powers, Mrs. Fred Perry 
Pratt, John E. 
Prevette, Earl 
Price, Mrs. Eli Kirk 
Price, Harrie B. 
Price, Mrs. Oliver C. 
Price, Oscar H. 
Price, Warwick James 
Prichard, E. Sydney 
Priestman, Florence E. 
Purves, Mrs. Austin M. 
Purves, Mrs. G. Colesberry 
Pusey, F. S. 
Putman, Mrs. Earl B. 
Pye, William M. 
Pylc, Mrs. W. L. 
Pyrah,John W. 
Quick, William H. W. 
Rabinovitz, Joseph 



Rader, Mrs. Archibald 

Fleming 
Radford, Guy W. 
Raditz, Lazar 
Rakestraw, Fred 
Rambo, Oscar N. 
Ramsdell, G. C. 
Ramsey, Frances H. 
Ranck, A. C. 
Randolph, Evan 
Ranken, Harold R. 
Ransley, Mrs. H. C. 
Rapp, E. H. 
Raub, F. Elwood 
Ravdin, I. 
Rawie, Francis 
Rawle, James 
RawIe, Mrs. James 
Rawle, Louisa 
Raynor,John S. 
Read, Adele Von H. 
Read, Helen P. 
Read, W. B. 
Read, Mrs. William T. 
Reading, Samuel H. 
Reath, Mrs. B. Brannon 
Reath, B. Brannon, ind 
Reath, Mrs. Benjamin 
Reath, Mrs. Theodore W. 
Reath, Mrs. Thomas 
Reber,J. Howard 
Rebman, Henry J. 
Rebmann, G. Ruhland, Jr. 
Reckitt, William G. 
Redman, Mrs. John L. 
Reed, Amie M. 
Reed, Anne M. 
Reed, Jacob, Sons 
Reel, Ida Virginia 
Reese, Charles 
Reeves, Mrs. A. S. 
Register, Mrs. H. Bartol 
Reid,C. W. 
Reige, A. C. 
Reilly, Mary Allen 
Reilly, Peter 
Reilly, Samuel 
Reinhard, Jean 
Reisen, C.Joseph 
Reiss, A. 
Remmey, Richard C. Son 

Company 
Resolute Knitting Mills 
Rhoads, J. Snowden 
Rhoads, Mrs. Logan 
Rhoads, Lydia W. 



Rhoads, William E. 
Rice, Harry 
Rice, James J. 
Richardson, Frederick 
Richardson, Thomas D. 
Richardson, Tolbert N. 
Richardson, William H. 
Richter, Charles J. 
Rieger, Harry C. 
Riehle, Frederick A. 
Riesman, David 
Riggs, Robert 
Ringgold, I. H. 
Ritchie, Mrs. C. L. 
Rivinus, Mrs. E. Florens 
Robb, Mrs. Henry B. 
Robbins, George S. 
Roberts, Caryl 
Roberts, Charles H. 
Roberts, Mrs. Charles H. 
Roberts, Clarence V. 
Roberts, Ellen C. 
Roberts, Mrs. Francis M. 
Roberts, George W. B. 
Roberts, Irene S. 
Roberts, Mrs. James G. 
Roberts, Mrs. John B. 
Roberts, Owen J. 
Robcrtshaw, Oscar 
Robinson, Mrs. Dwight 

Parker 
Robinson, Mrs. Louis 

Barclay 
Robinson, Mrs. Samuel 
Robinson, W.J. 
Rockwell, F. W. 
Rogers, Mrs. James S. 
Roma, Mrs. F. 
Roma, Louis 
Root, Mary L. 
Rorer, Elizabeth N. 
Rose, Ivan Murray 
Rosenbach, M. P. 
Rosenbaum, Leon 
Rosenbaum, Morris 
Rosenbaum, Robert 
Rosenbaum, Samuel 
Rosenberg, Emanuel 
Rosenblum, Adolph 
Rosenfield.John 
Rosengarten, Mrs. A. G. 
Rosengarten, George D. 
Rosenthal, Albert 
Rosenwald, Mrs. LessingJ. 
Ross, Arsie Lee 
Ross, Mrs. George G. 



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Ross, J. Anderson 

Ross, Sophia L. 

Ross, T. Edward 

Ross, Thomas C. 

Rossell, Mrs. Axel 

Rossmassler, Elfrida 

Roth, David A. 

Roth, Edward A. 

Roth, Gabriel B. 

Roth , George J . 

Rothe,M. H. 

Rothermel, P. F.,Jr. 

Rothman, Maurice M. 

Rothschild, LeRoy B. 

Rover, Mrs. B. Frank 

Rubinsohn, S. Lewis 

Ruby, Edna Browning 

Rudzinski, Mrs. B. F. 

Rumpp, Herman C. 

Rumsey, G. A., Jr. 

Russell, Mrs. C.J. 

Rust, Harry B. 

Rutberg, Edward H. 

Ryan, Elizabeth T. 

Ryan, Michael J. 

Ryan, Thomas F. 

Sablosky, A. 

Sacchi, Mrs. G. A. 

Sachs, Carl 

Sachsenmaier, George 

Sack, Julia 

Sackel Dyeing Company 

Sackett, Mrs. Charles F. 

Sackett, Mrs. Franklin P. 

Sacks, Joseph 

Sadtler, Samuel S. 

Saffran, Harry 

Safran, Paul S. 

Sage, Mrs. Henry W. 

Sage, Mrs. Ralph V. 

Sailer, Mrs. Andrew Jack- 
son 

Sailer, Emily W. 

Salom, Mrs. Pedro G. 

Saltus, R. Salford, Jr. 

Salus, Benjamin W. 

Saius, Mrs. Herbert W. 

Salvas,J. Clarence 

Sammartino, Julia 

Samuel, Bernard 

Samuel, J. Bunford 

Sander, Philip 

Santamarie, L.J. 

Sargent, Mrs. Winthrop 

Sargent, Mrs. Winthrop, 
Jr. 



Sartori, Mrs. Frank A. 
Saul, Mrs. Maurice B. 
Saul, Morris Bower 
Saunders, George A. 
Saurman, Norris N. 
Sauter, William F. 
Savage, Mrs. D. Fitzhugh 
Savage, Mrs. Ernest C. 
Savoye, Mrs. W. T. 
Sax, Percival M. 
Saxe, Nathaniel 
Saxman, Mrs. E. F. 
Scalella, Jules A. 
Scalero, Maria Teresa 
Scanlon, Charles A. 
Scanlon, Joseph J. 
Scatchard, William 
Scattergood, Mrs. J. Henry 
Scattergood, Mrs. Thomas 
Schaffhauser, Charles 
Schamberg, J. Frank 
Schamberg, Mrs. Jay F. 
Schamberg, Meyer 
Schaner, W. B. 
Schechtman, Morris 
Scheffey, Lewis C. 
Scheibal, Alfred R. 
Schell,John W. 
Schenck, Mary W. 
Schermerhorn, C. H.,Jr. 
Schick, Elma H. 
Schick, Martha K. 
Schiffer,C. W. 
Schilling, Frank 
Schirmer, Walter F. 
Schlegel, Carl A. 
Schmid, Frederick 
Schmidt, Fred W. 
Schmidt, Morris F. 
Schnader, Mrs. William A. 
Schneider, Mrs. Karl 
Schneyer, Herman J. 
Schneyer, Louis A. 
Schneyer, M. L. 
Schoales, C. B. 
Schoettle, Mrs. Edwin J. 
Schoettle, Marc A. 
Schoettle, Ralph J. 
Schoettle, Wm. C. 
Schofield, Charles S. 
Scholler Brothers, Inc. 
Schoonmaker, W. P. 
Schorr, George J. 
Schreibman, Bessie 
Schriver, N. H. 
Schwacke,John S. 



Schwalbe, H. 
Schwartz, Anthony 
Schwartz, Leonard J. 
Schwartz, William 
Schwarz, H. G. 
Schwefler, Herman F. 
Schweizer,J. O. 
Schwoerer, R. C. 
Scott, Mrs. Alexander H. 
Scott, Mrs. Edgar 
Scott, Mrs. Frank L, Jr. 
Scott, Mrs. John Scanlin 
Scott, Margaret B. 
Scott, Richard S. 
Scott, Thomas M. 
Scott, Mrs. William C. 
Scott, William M. 
Scran ton, Mrs. George E. 
Scull, Mrs. William C. 
Scull, William Ellis 
Seeds, Doris A. 
Seeley, Mrs. Oscar 
Segal, Herman 
Seidle, Joseph K. 
Seller, Walter 
Seiss, Linnie J. 
Selig, B. 
Selig, Sol 
Sellers, Alexander 
Sellers, Mrs. Alexander 
Sellers, Mrs. Horace Wells 
Sellers, Howard 
Sellers, Mrs. Howard 
Seltzer, Harry J. 
Sender, Arthur C. 
Serodv, Michael 
Serrili,A.M. 
Serrill, William G. 
Serrill,Mrs. WilliamJ. 
Sessler, Charles 
Sessler,J. Leonard 
Severs, G. Harvey 
Sexton, Mrs. James A. 
ShaefFer, William 
Shahadi, Sarah 
Shakespeare, Mrs. Edward 

O. 
Shalet, A. Paul 
Shallow, Frank L. 
Shaner, S. Reed 
Shankin, William 
Shannon, Amanda J. 
Sharp, H. C. 
Sharp, Mrs. Walter P. 
Sharpe,John S. 
Sharpies, Mrs. Philip T. 



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Sharplcss, Anna P. 

Sharpless, S. Franklin 

Sharpless, William 

Shay, Howell Lewis 

Shearer, H. Maris 

Shearman, Esther 

Sheble, Mrs. Frank J. 

Sheer, Philip L. & Sons 

Shellenberger, Helen 

Shelton, Mrs. F. H. 

Shepart, William V. K. 

Shepherd, Samuel G. 

Shields, Mrs. Robert C. 

Shilcock, Clarence J. 

Shillard-Smith, Mrs. C. 

Shinn,John H. 

Shinn, M. Frances 

Shipley, Mrs. S. R. 

Shipley, William Ellis 

Shirk, H. R. 

Shirley, Harold R. 

Shober, Elizabeth T, 

Shock, N. A. 

Shoemaker, Benjamin H. 

Shoemaker, C. and F. 

Shoemaker, Mary W. 

Shoemaker, Mrs. William 
T. 

Short, Joseph A. 

Shoyer, F.J. 

Shrigley, Arthur 

Shrigley, Ronald O. 

Shryock, Genevieve 

Shulze, Mrs. Charles A. 

Shuster, Frank H. 

Shute, E. L. 

Shuttleworth, E. Irving 

Sibley, Florence 

Sibley, Walter G. 

Side, Edward 

Sill, Mrs. Harold Mont- 
gomery 

Silloway, G. E. 

Simkins, Daniel W. 

Simon, Caroline F. 

Simon, Elmer D. 

Simon, Grant M. 

Simon, Margaret G. 

Simon, Silda J. 

Simons, Elizabeth 

Simons, Herbert 

Simons, Laird 

Simpers, Thomas W. 

Simpson, J. Coulson 

Sinclair, Ethel L 

Singer, Arthur G. 



Sinnick,John Ray 

Sinnickson, Mrs. Charles 

Sinnott, Mrs. John 

Sioussat, St. George L. 

Sisson, Vernon B. 

Sister Saint Luke 

Siter, Charlotte 

Siter, E. Hollingsworth 

Siter, Mrs. E. Hollings- 
worth 

Skerrett, Dorothy W. 

Sketchley, William W. 

Slattery, Joseph H. 

Sloan, Malachi W. 

Slocum, Richard W. 

Smaltz, Elizabeth F. 

Smaltz, Mrs. John H. 

Smart, E. A. 

Smedley, William 

Smedley, William H. 

Smith, Albanus L. 

Smith, Anna Ellen 

Smith, Charles H. 

Smith, Clarence E. 

Smith, Mrs. Edward 
Brinton 

Smith, Mrs. Edward W. 

Smith, Ely J. 

Smith, Ethel 

Smith, Mrs. F. P. 

Smith, Mrs. G. M. 

Smith, G. P., Jr. 

Smith, H. Harrison 

Smith, Mrs. H. Harrison 

Smith, Harry D. 

Smith, Harry F. 

Smith, Haseltine 

Smith, Howard C. 

Smith, J. Francis 

Smith,}. Somers 

Smith, Jessie Willcox 

Smith, John F. 

Smith, Josiah H. 

Smith, Mary Grubb 

Smith, Oscar L. 

Smith, S. MacCuen 

Smith, Stephen J. 

Smith, Mrs. W. K. 

Smith, Mrs. W. Horner 

Smith, Walter Bassett 

Smith, Mrs. Walter 
Bassett 

Smith, Mrs. WikofF 

Snader, E. Roland, Jr. 

Snellenburg, A. 

Snellenburg, Mrs. Harry 



Snellenburg, Joseph N. 
Snellenburg, Mrs. Morton 

E. 
Snitchcr, Rachel W, 
Snyder, M. L. 
Snyder, Myer S. 
Snyder, Mrs. R. Maurice 
Snyder, Wilmer 
Sobernheimer, Mrs. 

Frederick A. 
Soest.O. F. 

Soliday, Mrs. David S. 
Solis-Cohen, Mrs. Hays 
Solis-Cohen, Mrs. Leon 
Sonneborn, George A. 
Sonneborn, Mrs. Joseph 
South, Mrs. Walter 
Spalding, C. E. 
Spangler, Clyde M. 
Spatola, Michael A. 
Speckman.John W. 
Spector, Maurice 
Speiser, Mrs. Herbert A. 
Speiser, Maurice J. 
Spencer, Arthur 
Spencer, Mrs. Arthur R. 
Staake, Caroline L. 
Stacey, Clara 
Stachowicz, L. A. 
Stager, Oscar T. 
Stair, Mrs. Jacob, Jr. 
Stanton, Charles L. 
Starkweather, John K. 
Starr, Lewis 
Staton, Walter B. 
Stecker, Louis 
Stecker, Mrs. P.Jack 
Steel, A. G. B. 
Steel, David M. 
Steel, Mariana J. 
Steel, Phil S. 
Steel, Warner J. 
Steele, Andrew L. 
Steele, Edward A. 
Stcere, Mrs. Jonathan M. 
Stehle, Mrs. Charles 
Stein, Emma T. 
Steinhagen, Henry J. 
Steinman, Walter J. 
Steinmetz, Joseph Allison 
Stelle.John P. 
Stem, Mrs. Samuel G. 
Stern, Bertha 
Stern, Mrs. Horace 
Stern, Isadore 
Stern, Ruth Ellis 



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Stern, Samuel 
Sternberger, Mrs. M. K. 
Sterner, George 
Stevens, Benjamin Rush 
Stevenson, Clare B. 
Stevenson, Maxwell, Jr. 
Stewardson, Eleanor P. 
Stewart, Frank G. 
Stewart, Roy 
Stewart, Ruth Bitting 
Stilling, Benjamin F. 
Stinson, C. A. 
Stinson, Mrs. Samuel B. 
Stoer, W. Fred 
Stokes, Mrs. Charles P. 
Stokes, Francis J. 
Stokes, Henry W. 
Stokes, Mrs. W. Standley 
Stokes, Mrs. Walter 
Stork, Mrs. T. B. 
Stotesbury, Edward T. 
Stotesbury, Mrs. Edward 

T. 
Stout, Mrs. A. L. 
Stout, Mrs. Elbridge G. 
Stout, O. 
Strauss, Berthold 
Strawbridge, Mrs. George 

H. 
Strittmatter, I. P. 
Stroock, Bertram A. 
Stroud, Edward A. 
Stroud, Morris W. 
Strubing, P. H. 
Stryker, S. S. 
Stuart, Gordon 
Stuckert, Harry 
Stulb, Joseph R. 
Stull, Mrs. C. Rodman 
Stull, Evelyn Lewis 
Sullivan, Edith 
Sullivan, Margaret L. 
Sullivan, Stanley J. 
Sullivan, Mrs. Thomas D. 
Sundheim, Mrs. Harry G. 
Sussell, Arthur J. 
Sutherland, Allen 
Sutton, I. Walter 
Swart, M. E. 
Swartley, Henry C. 
Sweeney, Barbara 
Sweeney, Mary B. 
Swoboda, Gustav 
Sydney, Mary Ella 
Taine, Louis N. 
Talone, Alfronso 



Tappen, Mrs. Paul 
Tatum, Mrs. Richard Parry 
Taws, Henry W. 
Taws, John H. 
Taylor, Mrs. C. Newbold 
Taylor, Hazel M. 
Taylor, Helene 
Taylor, John C. 
Taylor, Mrs. John M. 
Taylor, Lewis H., Jr. 
Taylor, Mrs. Roland L. 
Taylor, William 
Taylor, Mrs. William J. 
Taylor, Mrs. William 

Rivers 
Teller, W. H. 
Terry, Howard A. 
Tetlow, Clara 
Thatcher, W. H. 
Thayer, Mrs. John B. 
Theel, William L. 
Thoma, Robert 
Thomas, Mrs. Arthur H. 
Thomas, Mrs. Augustus 
Thomas, J. Frederick 
Thomas, Mabel L. H. 
Thompson, Robert B. 
Thompson, W.J. 
Thompson, William B. 
Thoms, Frieda P. 
Thomson, Mrs. Frank 

Graham 
Thomson, Harry E. 
Thomson, Mrs. W. S. 
Thorington, James 
Thorington, Mrs. James 
Thorn, Mary 
Thornley, George H. 
Tietze, Charles F. 
Tilden, Marmaduke, Jr. 
Tilden, William Morris 
Tillman, Henry D. 
Timanus, Mrs. J. H. R. 
Tinney, Mrs. William P. 
Tioga-Textile Company 
Todd, Jean Miller 
Todd, Mrs. M. Hampton 
Tomkinson , Joseph 
Tonik, Charles 
Toogood, Mrs. Ernest 
Toohey.John M. 
Torrey, Robert G. 
Tourison, Ashton S. 
Tower, Mrs. Charlemagne 
Town, Edwin C. 
Towne, Robert D. 



Townsend, B. F., Jr. 
Townsend, Mrs. Frederick 

E.A. 
Townsend, Mrs. J. B. 
Townsend, Joseph B.,Jr. 
Trainer, E. 
Trainer, Henry J. 
Trotter, Helen 
Trotter, William Henry 
Trumbauer, J. Robert 
Trump, Mrs. C. C. 
Tryon, Charles Z. 
Tryon, F. Arline 
Tunnell, Mrs. Frederic W. 
Tustin, Mrs. Ernest L. 
Tuttle, William C. 
Twining, John E.,Sr. 
Tyler, Charles A. 
Tyler, George F. 
Tyler, Mrs. George F. 
Tyler, Helen B. 
Tyre, Philip S. 
Tyson, T. Mellor 
Uebele, William H. 
Umsted.Ruth R.,Jr. 
Underdown, Mrs. Henry 

T. 
Unterberger, Edward 
Uppvall, Axel J. 
UrfFer, S. 

Vail, Mrs. Louis dePuy 
Van Hoesen, G. M. 
VanLennep, Rebecca 

Pollard 
Van Roelen, Alphonse 
VanSciver, Earl J. 
VanSciver, J. Bishop 
Vauclain, Samuel M. 
Vaughan, Charles Z. 
Vautier, Augustus Hunt 
Vellner, Eugene 
Verner, William R. 
Verner, Mrs. William R. 
Vigilant, Mills 
Vila, Joseph, S. 
Vincent, Mrs. H. G. G. 
Vogdes, Emma C. 
Vogdes, Joseph J. 
Volz, Frederick G. 
Von Moschzisker, Mrs. 

Robert 
Voss, Frederick J. 
Wadham,J. P. 
Wagner, Mrs. Jesse L. 
Wagner, John 
Wagner, Louis M. 



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Wagner, Paul C. 
Wagner, Mrs. William M. 
Wainwright, Clement R. 
Wainwright, Mrs. F. King 
Walbaum, Mrs. William H. 
Walker, Harold 
Walker, J. W. 
Walker,James,Jr. 
Wall, George W. 
Wallace, William 
Wallace, William S. 
Walmer, Reed H. 
Walter, Mary C. 
Walter, Simon 
Walters, William H. 
Walton, William G. 
Walz, Mrs. Edward A. 
Ward, Mrs. George 
Ward, John T. 
Warden, Clarence A. 
Warden, Mrs. W. G. 
Waring, Swinton B. 
Warne, Mrs. Edward P. B. 
Warner, Mildred S. 
Warner, Walter 
Warnock, James, Jr. 
Warren, Ambrose G. 
Warren, William C. 
Warthman, Mrs. J. Harris 
Warwick, Edward 
Washburn, Louis C. 
Wasserman, B.J. 
Wasserman, Charles 
Wasserman, Mrs. Joseph 
Wasson, F. E. 
Watkins, Wilfred J. 
Watson, Frank R. 
Wayne, Mrs. Joseph, Jr. 
Wayne, William, Jr. 
Weatherly.J. Howard 
Weaver, John 
Weber, David 
Weber, E. G. 
Weber, F. W. 
Weber, Louis, Sr. 
Weckesser, William 
Weeks Photo Engraving 

Company 
Weeks, Mrs. Horace F. 
Weger, Frank L. 
Wegrocki, Irene B. 
Weightman, Fanny Cox 
Weightman, Martha T. 
Weihenmayer, Harry W. 
Weihenmayer, William J. 
Weil, Benjamin 



Weil, Gertrude F. 
Weild, Charles M. 
Weill, Mrs. Afred S. 
Weinberg, H.Joseph 
Weinland,Mrs.J. W. 
Weinstein, G. L. 
Weinstein, Jacob L 
Weisbrod, Mildred 
Weissberger, George J. 
Welsh, C.N. 
Welsh, Mrs. S. B. 
Welsh, William Henry 
Welsh, Mrs. William L. 
Wenger, Mrs. Morris 
Wenner, Robert E. 
Werbell,John M. 
West, W. M. 
West, W. Nelson 
Westwood.John R. 
Wetherill,HebertJ. 
Wetherill, Samuel P.,Jr 
Wetherill, Mrs. Samuel P. 

Jr. 

Wetherstinc, H. H. 

Wetter, Charles G. 

Wetzel, Walter 

Weyl, Esther M. 

Weyl, Julius 

Wharton, Joseph S. 
Lovering 

Wheaton, Howard C. 

Wheeler, Charles 

Wheeler, Mrs. Charles 

Wheeler, Janet D. 

Wheelwright, Robert 

Whitaker, James L. 

Whitaker, Ralph 

White, E. P. Carson 

White, Mrs. George P. 

White, J. Atwood 

White, Mrs. Miles, Jr. 

White, Samuel S., Jr. 

White, Mrs. William 

Whiteley, Mrs. Charles 

Whiteman, Mrs. John B. 

Whiteman, Josephine S. 

Whitfield, J. Edward 

Whitman, Stephen F. and 
Sons 

Whitney, Frederick P. 

Whitney, Mrs. W. Beau- 
mont 

Whitted, C. S. 

Whyte, William E. 

Wick Narrow Fabric 
Company 



Widener, Mrs. P. A, B., 
ind 

Wiederseim, Theodore E. 

Wiener, Elliott 

Wilder, C. A. 

Wilhelm, Charles 

Wilkie, Edward V. H. 

Wilkinson, Robert H. 

Willard, DeForest P. 

Willcox, Mrs. William J. 

Willens, Mrs. Samuel 

Willet, Henry Lee 

Willey, Mrs. Guy A. 

Williams, Mrs. Caroline 

Williams, Mrs. Carroll R. 

Williams, Mrs. Charles 

Williams, Joseph D. 

Williams, Leighton 

Williams, Leslie F. 

Williams, Parker S. 

Williams, Mrs. Thomas S . 

Williamson, Walter D. 

Willing, Charles 

Willing, Mrs. Edward S. 

Willing, J. Kent 

Willson, Thomas H. 

Wilmeth, James L. 

Wilson, Alexander, Jr. 

Wilson, C. Colket 

Wilson, Mrs. Charles 

Wilson, Mrs. G. M. 

Wilson, Mrs. H. E. 

Wilson, Hamilton M. 

Wilson, Helen N. 

Wilson, Howard B. 

Wilson, Mrs. J. Howard 

Wilson, James J. 

Wilson, Jane Stewart 

Wilson, Russell 

Wilson, Mrs. W. Reynolds 

Wilson, Mrs. William K. 

Wilson, Mrs. Wyle T. 

Wiltbank, Mrs. G. M. 

Winchester, A. Oliver 

Windey, William 

Windner, Julius 

Windsor Manufacturing 
Company 

Wineland, Helen B. 

Winsor, James D.,Jr. 

Winsor, Mrs. James D.,Jr. 

Winston, John C. Com- 
pany 

Wmters, Margaret 

Wintrob, J. M. 

Wire, Jean Marion 



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Wirkman, Emanuel W. 
Wirz, Mrs. H. M. 
Wister, Mrs. Lewis W. 
Wistcr, Mary C. 
Witecraft, Amey D. 
Wittmaier, George W. 
Wittman, A. H. 
Wolf, Benjamin 
Wolf, Louis 
Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. 

Albert 
Wolfe, Joseph L. N. 
Wolfe, Russell 
Wolfe, Samuel 
Wolfram, Arnold 
Wolfsen, Julius 
Wolsey, Louis 
Wolstenholme, Mrs. 

Frederick 
Wonderly, Abner H. 
Wood, Mrs. Alexander C, 

Jr. 
Wood, Mrs. Arthur King 
Wood, Mrs. Charles R. 
Wood, Mrs. Edward F. R. 
Wood, Edward R.,Jr. 
Wood, Ellen C. 
Wood, Graham 
Wood, Mrs. Graham 
Wood, Mrs. Horatio C. 
Wood, Howard, Jr. 



Wood,R.G.,Jr. 
Woodington, Reba D. 
Woodruff, Mrs. Clinton 

Rogers 
Woodside,Mrs.J. W. 
Woodward, H.J. 
Woodward, Mrs. Samuel 
Woolman, Mrs. Edward 
Woolman, Henry N. 
Woolman, Mrs. Henry N. 
Woolman, Josephine 
Woolston, Eliza Atlee 
Woolston, Hannah H. 
Worrall, Mrs. Nathan Y. 
Wotherspoon, James R. 
Wright, Alice M. 
Wright, Mrs. F. S. 
Wright, Mrs. H. B. 
Wright, Mrs. H.J. 
Wright, John 
Wright, Lila M. 
Wright, Mrs. Minturn T. 
Wright, Mrs. Sydney L., 

Jr. 
Wright, W. G. 
Wrightson, Arthur 
Wurzel, Maurice L. 
Yarrow, H. C. 
Yates, Philip M. 
Yeager, George C. 
Yeatman, Pope 



Yeats, Mrs. J. Wilbur 
Yellin, Samuel 
Yerger, Frank H. 
Yocum, A. H. 
Yocum, Stanley 
Young, Anna Gardner 
Young, Bessie F. 
Young, Mrs. Edgar E. 
Young, Fred L. 
Young, H. C. 
Young, Howard S. 
Young, James H. 
Zander, Richard J. 
Zane, Gertrude L. B. 
Zang, S. E. 
Zantzinger, C. C. 
Zantzinger, Mrs. C. C. 
Zeid, Saul J. 
Zeiger, E. H. 
Zeisse, Paula 
Ziegelbrier, Carl 
Zieget, Julius 
Ziegler, Carl A. 
Ziegler.J. Charles 
Zimmerman, S. Milton 
Zimmerman, William A. 
Zimmermann, R. Z. 
Zimmermann, William 
Zinman, Frank 
Zion, Harry F. 
Zirnkilton, F. X. 
Zulich, Sarah Swift 



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sum of. dollars, 

free ol all taxes. 

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certain (Joere insert a description of the property) free of all taxes. 



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Life Member $joo at one time 

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PENNSYLVANIA 
MUSEUM OF ART 






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FIFTY-FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT 



PHILADELPHIA 
1930 



FIFTY-FOURTH 
ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM OF ART 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MAY 31, 1930 

WITH THE 
LIST OF MEMBERS 




PHILADELPHIA 
1930 



OFFICERS FOR 1930-1931 

PRESIDENT 

ELI KIRK PRICE 



VICE-PRESIDENTS 

WILLIAM M. ELKINS J. STOGDELL STOKES 



SECRETARY 

JULIUS ZIEGET 

TREASURER 

GIRARD TRUST COMPANY 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

EX OFFICIIS 

John S. Fisher, Governor of Pennsylvania 

Harry A. Mackey, Mayor of Philadelphia 

Edwin R. Cox, President of Philadelphia City Council 

Edward T. Stotesbury, President of Commissioners of Fairmount Park 

ELECTED BY THE MEMBERS 

John F. Braun Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs 

Mrs. Edward Browning Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 

William M. Elkins Eli Kirk Price 

John Gribbel Edward B. Robinette 

John S. Jenks Thomas Robins 

Emory McMichael J. Stogdell Stokes 
George D. Widener 



STANDING COMMITTEES* 

MUSEUM 

John S. Jenks, Chairman; Morris R. Bockius, Mrs. Hampton 
L. Carson, Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe, William M. Elkins, 
Mrs. Charles W. Henry, George H. Lorimer, Mrs. John D. 
McIlhenny, Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson, Edward B. Robinette, 
J. Stogdell Stokes, Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury, Roland L. 
Taylor, George D. Widener. 

msrwJCiioN 

Eli Kirk Price, Chairman; Charles L. Borie, Jr., A. Vinton 
Clarke, Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe, Samuel S. Fleisher, John S. 
Jenks, Mrs. Robert R. Logan, Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs, Mrs. 
H. S. Prentiss Nichols, Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson, Mrs. Logan 
Rhoads, William H. Richardson, Miss Jessie Willcox Smith, 
J. Stogdell Stokes. 

FINANCE 

J. Stogdell Stokes, Chairman; William M. Elkins, R. Sturgis 
Lstgersoll, William Fulton Kurtz, Morris Wolf. 



*The President is ex officio a member of all committees. 



ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN 

HONORARY PRESIDENT 

MRS. RUDOLPH BLANKENBURG 

PRESIDENT 

MRS. FRANK THORNE PATTERSON 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

MRS. H. S. PRENTISS NICHOLS 
MRS. HENRY BRINTON COXE 
MRS. EDGAR W. BAIRD 
MISS MARGARETTA S. HINCHMAN 



recording secretary 
Mrs. H. Norris Harrison 



treasurer 
Mrs. Edward Browning 



corresponding secretary 
Mrs. Herbert L. Clark 



MEMBERS 



Mrs. Lewis Audenried 
Mrs. William T. Carter 
Mrs. E. Bissell Clay 
Mrs. S. Grey Dayton 
Mrs. William A. Dick 
Mrs. Fitz Eugene Dixon 
Russell Duane 
Louisa Eyre 
Stanley G. Flagg, Jr. 
George H. Frazier 
Henry C. Gibson 
F. Woodson Hancock 
Charles Wolcott Henry 
Charles F. Judson 
Mrs. J. Louis Ketterlinus 
Mrs. Robert R. Logan 
Mrs. W. Logan MacCoy 



Mrs. 
Miss 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 



Mrs. Campbell Madeira 
Mrs. John C. Martin 
Mrs. Sydney E. Martin 
Mrs. John D. McIlhenny 
Mrs. Richard Waln Meirs 
Mrs. Thornton Oakley 
Mrs. Henry Norris Platt 
Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 
Mrs. Logan Rhoads 
Mrs. Wharton Sinkler 
Mrs. C. Shillard-Smith 
Miss Jessie Willcox Smith 
Mrs. John B. Stetson 
Mrs. W. Standley Stokes 
Mrs. William H. Walbaum 
Mrs. p. a. B. Widener, xnd 
Mrs. C. Stewart Wurts 



contributing member 
Mrs. Percival Roberts, Jr. 

honorary members 
Mrs. Hampton L. Carson Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs 

Miss Margaret Clyde Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 

Mrs. Henry S. Grove Mrs. M. Hampton Todd 



THE MUSEUM STAFF 

1930-1931 

FISKE KIMBALL, Direaor 

CURATORIAL STAFF 

DIVISION OF EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN ART 
FISKE KIMBALL, Chief of the Division 

RENAISSANCE AND MODERN ART 
HENRI GABRIEL MARCEAU, Curator of Fine Arts 
JOSEPH DOWNS, Curator of Decorative Arts 
MARGARET H. PIERCE, Assistant in Decorative Arts 

MEDIAEVAL ART 
FRANCIS HENRY TAYLOR, Curator of Mediaeval Art 

DIVISION OF EASTERN ART 
HORACE H. F. JAYNE, Chief of the Division 
PHILIP HARDING CATE, Assistant Curator of Japanese Art 

DEPARTMENT OF TEXTILES 
NANCY ANDREWS REATH, Assistant Curator of Textiles 
ANNA SCOTT NEWBOLD, Assistant in Charge of Laces 

DEPARTMENT OF PRINTS 
BOIES PENROSE, Curator of Prints 
ELIZABETH T. PEARSON, Assistant 

ADVISERS 
MARCEL AUBERT, Gothic Art 
WALTER W. S. COOK, Spanish Art 
ANANDA COOMARASWAMY, Indian Art 
NICOLA D'ASCENZO, Stained Glass 
MARIAN HAGUE, Laces 
THOMAS T. HOOPES, Arms and Armour 
E. ALFRED JONES, Silver 
RICHARD OFFNER, Italian Art 
ARTHUR UPHAM POPE, Persian Art 
RUDOLF M. RIEFSTAHL, Textiles 
MIKHAIL ROSTOVTZEFF, Ancient Art 
SAMUEL YELLIN, Metalwork 

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HONORARY CURATORS 
MRS. WILLIAM T. CARTER, Laces 
F. D. LANGENHEIM, Numismatics 

EDUCATIONAL STAFF 

STEWART DICK, Lecturer 
VIOLA FOULKE, School Attach^ 
ARTHUR W. MELTON, Stajf Psychologist, 

Research Associate of the American Association of Museums 

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 

DIRECTOR'S OFHCE 
ERLING H. PEDERSEN, Assistant to the Director, Staff Architect 
HENRIETTA C. QUINN, Secretary to the Director 

EXECUTIVE OFFICE 
HENRIETTA C. QUINN, Office Manager 
MARGARET C. DRISCOLL, Bursar 
ESTHER R. GIORNI, Sales Manager 
CHARLES WHITENACK, Photographer 

REGISTRAR'S OFFICE 

JANE WOLFE, Registrar 

FRANCES RICHARDSON, Custodian 

MARION THRING, ETHEL C. ELKINS, HELEN McCLENAHAN, Cataloguers 

LIBRARY 

PAUL VANDERBILT, Librarian 

M. RADCLYFFE FURNESS, Assistant Librarian 

PUBLICATIONS 
FRANCIS HENRY TAYLOR, Editor 

INSTALLATION 
ELIZABETH ABEL, Assistant 

BUILDINGS 
GEORGE C. BARBOUR, Superintendent 
LEWIS LIST, Captain of the Watch 



THE SCHOOL STAFF 
1930-1931 

EDMONDSON HUSSEY, Principal 

LESLIE W. MILLER, Principal Emeritus 

E. W. FRANCE, Director, Textile Department 

THOMAS H. WILLSON, Registrar 

WILLARD P. GRAHAM, Assistant Registrar 

EUGENIE M. FRYER, Librarian 



FACULTY 

ART DEPARTMENT 



ROSE A. BAIRD 
Costume Design, Dressmaking 

FRANK BARRETT 
Woodwork and Joinery 

WILLIAM BLOOD 
Illustration 

JOSEPHINE CARY 

Modeling 

J. FRANK COPELAND 

Design as Related to Interior Deco- 
ration, Lectures on Elements of 
Architecture 

EDMUND deFOREST CURTIS 
Pottery 

RALPH DUNKELBERGER 
Drawing from Cast 

EVELYN DUDLEY 
Architectural Graphics 

JOHN J. DULL 
Water Color 

EDITH EMERSON 

Lectures, Art Appreciation 

T. P. FARRADAY 

Design as Related to Interior 
Decoration 

FRANK FERG 
Wood-Carving 

DOUGLAS GILCHRIST 
Metal Work and Jewelry 

MABEL B. HALL 
Advanced Drawing from the Cast, 
Anatomy Drawing 



EDMONDSON HUSSEY 
Subjects of Teaching 

JOHN CRAIG JANNEY 
Beginners' Drawing 

FLORENCE JESTER 
Supervisor of Practice Teaching 

JOSEPH KANETSKY 
Wrought Iron 

RICHARD KLINGES 
Full-Sized Drawing 

ALFRED KRAKUSIN 

Assistant Instructor in Anatomy 
Drawing 

RALPH McLELLAN 
Drawing from Life 

ALICE MEEHAN 
First Year Color and Design, and 
Lettering 

ELLEN F. MEEHAN 
Design, Advanced Design 

J. KIRK MERRICK 

Advanced Drawing from Cast 

HARRISON MILLER 
Drawing and Painting as Related to 
Advertising Design 

THORNTON OAKLEY 

Illustration, Composition, Costumed 
Model in Relation to Illustration 
and Composition 

JUSTIN PARDI 

Drawing and Perspective, Assistant 
in Life Drawing Class 



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EVELYN PENNEGAR 
Assistant in Teachers" Training 

HERBERT PULLINGER 
Pen and Ink Drawing 

AURELIUS RENZETTI 
Modeling 

ELISE LOGAN RHOADS 
Lectures, Interior Decoration Subjects 

ROBERT RUSHTON 
Beginners' Drawing, Costumed 
Model 

GERTRUDE SCHELL 

First Year Drawing from the Cast 

C. ALYNN SHILLING 
Design as Related to Interior 
Decoration 

GILBERT SHIVERS 
Design as Related to Advertising 

R. V. SHUTTS 
Design as Related to Advertising 

LUIGI SPIZZIRRI 

Nature Study Drawing 

Costumed Model Class as Related to 

Advertising, Teachers' Training 

and Costume Design 



FRANK STAMATO 
Modeling 

MARY B. SWEENEY 
First Year Drawing from the Cast 

ELIZABETH THESMAR 
Junior Class, Museum Study 

EDITH THOMPSON 
Junior Class, Museum Study 

EDWARD WARWICK 

Design as Related to Furniture, 
Wood-Carving, Pageantry, Stage 
Craft, and History of Costume 

Lectures on History of Furniture and 
History of Costume 

M. ANNIS WEST 
Instructor, Costume Design 

WILLIAM WEISS 

Beginners' Drawing, Assistant, 
Lettering 

JOHN C. WONSETLER 

Beginners' Drawing, Costumed 
Model 



TEXTILE DEPARTMENT 



E. W. FRANCE 
Director 

Lecturer on Raw Materials, Proc- 
esses and Fabrics 

BRADLEY C. ALGEO 
Assistant Director, in Charge of 
Weave Formation, Analysis and 
Structure of Fabrics 

FRANK L. GIESE 
Instructor in Weave Formation, 
Analysis and Structure of Fabrics 

RICHARD S. COX 
in Charge of Jacquard Design, 
Drawing and Color Work 

ERCAL KAISER 
Instructor in Jacquard Design and 
Color Work 



RALPH DUNKELBERGER 

Instructor in Free-Hand Drawing 
and Figured Design 

ELMER C. BERTOLET 

in Charge of Chemistry, Dyeing 
and Printing 

HOWARD A. WALTER 
Assistant in Charge of Chemistry 
and Dyeing 

PERCIVAL THEEL 
Instructor in Dyeing and Chem- 
istry 

JOSEPH E. GOODAVAGE 

Instructor in Dyeing, Bleaching 
and Printing 

GEORGE G. BYLER 

Instructor in Elementary Chemistry 



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JOHN LOCKWCXDD 

Instructor in Charge of Wool 
Carding and Spinning, Worsted 
Drawing and Spinning 

ALAN G. MARQUART 

Assistant in Wool Carding and 
Spinning, Worsted Drawing and 
Spinning 

JOHN NAAB 

Instructor in Charge of Cotton 
Carding and Spinning, Silk 
Manufacturing and Hosiery- 
Knitting 

WM. B. WILLIAMSON 
Assistant Instructor in Cotton 
Carding and Spinning and Hos- 
iery Knitting 



WILLIAM PFEIFFER 
Instructor in Charge of Power 
Weaving and Related Branches 

ERVIN WILMER 
Assistant in Power Weaving and 
Related Branches 

ROBERT J. REILLY 
Assistant in Power Weaving and 
Related Branches 

WM. A. McLAIN 
Instructor in Charge of Elementary 
Weaving and Related Branches 

JOHN W. FRANCE 

Assistant in Elementary Weaving 
and Related Branches 

Instructor in Materials used in the 
Wool and Worsted Industry 



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'«IW3»J3WK»R?^"/ 




HELMET ATTRIBUTED TO PAULUO DE NEGROLI, 
MILANESE ^ 
XVI Century 



GIFT OF ELIZABETH MALCOLM BOWMAN IN MEMORY OF 
WENDELL PHILLIPS BOWMAN 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

To the Members of the Pennsylvania Ts/iuseum of Art. 
Ladies and Gentlemen: 

The work of the Museum during the past year has been largely 
that of organizing for proper display the rapidly accumulating ob- 
jects, which have been acquired, and of furnishing the public with 
the facilities for instruction and study so urgently desired by in- 
creasing numbers. 

A gratifying addition to the endowment fund of the corporation 
was obtained as well as a large number of gifts of specific objects of 
great value, detailed in the Director's report. 

During the year an opportunity occurred of securing the well- 
known Foulc Collection of late Gothic and early Renaissance ob- 
jects of French and Italian Art and the obtaining of the funds requi- 
site to complete its purchase is going forward satisfactorily with 
every prospect of success. 

The Museum's School of Industrial Art has maintained its 
standard during the year and its activities have been limited 
only by the capacity of the School building. The character and 
extent of the work done by it are well described in the report of the 
Principal. 

Work on the development of the interior of the Museum build- 
ing is progressing under the direction of the Commissioners of 
Fairmount Park and the Trustees are looking forward to the open- 
ing in the near future of the Mediaeval Section, in which they will 
have so much interesting material to display. 

Respectfully submitted on behalf of the Trustees, 

Eli Kirk Price, 

President. 



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REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MUSEUM 

To the President and Trustees of the Pennsylvania Museum of Art: 

I have the honour to present the following report covering 
activities at the five museum buildings entrusted to our administra- 
tion. 

The accessions of the year have been very notable. The total 
amount paid in cash for purchases reached the sum of $814,130, con- 
siderably surpassing the large expenditures for purchases last year. 
Of this total, only about $2.3,000 were provided by the income of 
invested funds, the remainder being financed by gifts of living 
benefactors of the Museum, to the continuance of whose gener- 
osity we must look for the maintenance of the high standards set in 
recent years. 

The Foulc Collection ' 

During the year there came on the art market the collection 
formed in Paris over a period of sixty years by the late Edmond 
Foulc, who died in 1917. It covers the century of the late Gothic 
and early Renaissance, chiefly in France and Italy, and contains many 
celebrated masterpieces, particularly in sculpture, metal work, and 
furniture. In order to secure it for the Museum, a banking syndicate 
was formed to advance the amount of money required to obtain con- 
trol of the collection, valued at well over a million dollars, to bring 
it to Philadelphia for inspection, and to hold it for a short time to 
afford the friends of the Museum the opportunity of purchasing the 
two hundred objects comprised in it for presentation to the Museum. 
Beginning February 13th, the collection was open to private exam- 
ination and to the public on several occasions. To the close of the 
fiscal year the sum of $654,412. in all had been subscribed by 353 
donors toward its purchase for the Museum. Individual gifts cover- 
ing specific objects, including a number of the most notable in the 
collection, are listed below in their respective classes. Subscriptions 
toward the collection as a whole, not restricted to specific objects, 
amounted to $145,011 of the sum just mentioned, in amounts from 
$2. upwards, one for $2.00,000 having been received from Cyrus H. K. 
Curtis. A full list of all subscriptions appears in the Museum Bulle- 
tin for May. The extremely generous response so far met gives us 
confidence that we shall receive the remaining support needed for 
the very courageous step taken by the Museum, one which has at- 
tracted attention and encouraging comment in the art world of both 
America and Europe. 

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Architectural Elements 

The Museum has made notable progress toward rounding out 
the series of period rooms and related elements of background, as 
planned in 1917. Of the thirty-seven rooms then envisaged, we have 
secured and have found donors for thirty. Under the somewhat en- 
larged scheme on which we are now proceeding, we lack particu- 
larly the following items: a Louis XIV room, a Flemish room of the 
XVII century, and two English rooms, Jacobean and Gothic. These 
must await the discovery of available examples conforming to the 
standard of quality we have set for ourselves. 

This standard, we believe, has been well maintained in the 
architectural items secured during the current year. They comprise, 
first, certain remaining ones needed for the Gothic and Romanesque 
sections, now under construction. The elements of a Florentine 
Gothic room, including three beautifully carved doorways, have been 
given in the name of the late William E. Helme. Two French Gothic 
doorways have been made the gifts of Rodman E. Griscom, in mem- 
ory of Anne Starr Griscom, and of John A. McCarthy, in memory of 
Joseph F. McCarthy. Two large windows of fine French Gothic 
glass — one from the Foulc collection, the other from St. Pierre du 
Chatel — for the chapel, previously given by them in memory of their 
parents, have been added by Messrs. Albert L. Smith, Edward B. 
Smith, Geoffrey S. Smith, and John Story Smith. A richly carved 
ceiling has been added to the French Gothic room previously 
given by Mr. and Mrs. Wharton Sinkler. In addition, there have 
been secured for the completion of our cloister from St. Genis des 
Fontaines, given by Mrs. Wendell Phillips Bowman as part of the 
memorial to her late husband, two Romanesque doorways from St. 
Genis and the superb marble fountain of the XII century from Cuxa. 

From other European periods to be represented we have secured 
by the gift of Messrs. Daniel H. Carstairs, James Carstairs, and 
J. H. Carstairs, the great drawing room from Lansdowne House, 
London, one of the most famous rooms in England, the work of 
Robert Adam about 1765; and by the gift of Henry Dolfinger a 
room from the historic castle of Steigerhof in Carinthia, Austria, 
admirably representing the German Renaissance. 

From the Orient comes a Persian room of the period of Shah 
Abbas (1586-162.8) in a palace at Ispahan, with richly modelled and 
painted ornament, the gift of Gustavus W. Cook. 

Renaissance and Modern Art 
Sculpture 

It is in the field of European sculpture, hitherto relatively neg- 
lected in the Museum, that the most notable accessions have been 
made, chiefly from the Foulc Collection. 

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MAIN GALLERY OF THE RODIN MUSEUM 



GIFT TO THE CiTY OF PHILADELPHIA BY THE WIDOW AND THREE 
DAUGHTERS OF JULES E. MASTBAUM 



For the Wilstach Collection there have been acquired two 
Italian works of an importance and quality unsurpassed in America: 
the great tondo of the Virgin in Adoration by Luca della Robbia, 
with a border by Andrea, and the relief of the Virgin and Child with 
Angels by Desiderio da Settignano. 

Three rare XV century bronzes of outstanding quality are the 
gift of George D. Widener: the David of Bellano, the signed Venus 
of Adriano Fiorentino and the Lion attacking a Horseman of Ber- 
toldo. Other gifts of important bronzes are a superb Paduan horse 
from Mrs. John D. Mcllhenny, a door-knocker attributed to Sanso- 
vino, and two delightful figures of a bull and a hind, from Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank Brisbin Foster and their children. 

A medallion of Lucretia by Andrea della Robbia is the gift of 
Mr. and Mrs. Staunton B. Peck; a terra cotta bust of a young man 
is given by Mrs. William A. Dick in memory of her father, John 
Story Jenks. 

In French sculpture, the gift by Mrs. Charles Wolcott Henry of 
the Virgin of Pagny, with its marvellous canopy, enriches the Mu- 
seum with a work unrivalled by any of that school owned in Amer- 
ica. A very fine relief panel, "Parnassus," carved in wood, is given 
by Warwick James Price in memory of Anne Glover Price. A charm- 
ing small work is the wax medallion of Henri II given by Charles D. 
Hart. From a later period comes the original half-scale model of 
Puget's St. Sebastian in Santa Maria di Carignano, the gift of Mrs. 
Herman Loeb. 

Mrs. Edward Bok has generously presented to the Museum an 
extensive collection of carvings in boxwood, brought to her atten- 
tion and that of the Museum by Samuel Yellin. This adds one more 
to the number of specialized collections, very valuable to students, 
which — like the Clouzot collection of textiles and the collection 
of Gothic carvings — have recently come into the possession of the 
Museum. 

The very extensive collection of the work of Auguste Rodin 
formed by the late Jules E. Mastbaum and given to the city of Phila- 
delphia (his intentions in this regard having been generously carried 
out by his widow, Etta Wedell Mastbaum, and his three daughters), 
has also been placed under the administration of the Museum, with 
the admirable special museum building in which it is housed. 

Paintings 

In the newer evaluation of American painters one of the chief 
places is awarded Thomas Eakins. Little appreciated in his life- 
time by the larger public, and least of all by his fellow townsmen of 
Philadelphia, his place has grown rapidly, with understanding of 
the solid qualities of his work, its sound construction and its 



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intensity of life. We are accordingly happy to have had presented to 
the Museum by Mrs. Susan Macdowell Eakins and Miss Mary 
Adeline Williams, the principal body of his works. It includes 
many of his finest and most characteristic canvases, together with 
drawings, studies, and models that offer a unique insight into his 
serious manner of working. After their inaugural showing at the 
Museum, many of these works went for exhibition to the Museum 
of Modern Art in New York where they occupied places of honour 
in its exhibition of the work of Homer, Ryder, and Eakins. 

Other paintings received by gift include a landscape by Nicholas 
Berchem from Mrs. Hampton L. Carson, a portrait of Colonel 
Samuel Miles by Charles Willson Peale from Mrs. Catherine M. 
G. Dinges, three works by Jacob Eichholtz from Mrs. William M. 
Wills; and a landscape by George Inness given by Miss Anna 
Catherine Stimson in memory of Mary Arthur Burnham. 

Most notable among the loans of paintings, other than for 
special exhibitions, were two works by El Greco and two by Van 
Gogh from the collection of Theodore Pitcairn, and a remarkable 
double portrait by Stuart of the daughters of Robert Morris, lent 
by his descendant of the same name. 

Drawings and Prints 

A phase of collecting in which the Museum has been very weak 
is that of drawings, including drawings in water colour. For one 
important school the lack has now been supplied, through the ac- 
quisition, under the Anonymous Print Fund, of some seventy 
English examples by English masters, mainly of the XVIII and 
early XIX centuries, including Gainsborough, Constable, Turner, 
Richard Wilson, Paul Sandby, Richard Cosway, Bartolozzi, and 
many others. 

Fifteen drawings by John Sargent were given by his sisters, 
Miss Emily Sargent and Mrs. Francis Ormond; and a number of 
drawings by Thomas Eakins were included in the gift of the Eakins 
collection. A group of twenty-six water colours by the late Charles 
E. Dana were given by Mrs. Dana and Miss Millicent Dana. 

The Print Club of Philadelphia selected from its first Inter- 
national Exhibition last year fourteen contemporary prints which 
were presented to the Museum by a group of its members. They 
include, among others, works of such well known masters as the 
late Arthur B. Davies and Marie Laurencin. 

Mrs. Hampton L. Carson gave her comprehensive collection 
of the interesting colour prints and illustrated books by George 
Baxter. 

Through a gift of Mrs. Charles M. Lea the Museum was en- 
abled to purchase the collection of some io,ooo reproductions of 



prints and drawings formed by the distinguished German scholar 
Paul Kristeller. It includes most of the various important series, 
including those of the Berlin Museum, the Vasri Society, and others, 
and many photographs of rare and unique impressions, making it 
an invaluable resource for students, supplementing the original 
prints of the Lea Collection. 

Messrs. N. W. Ayer and Son presented an instructive exhibi- 
tion illustrating the processes or reproduction from engraving 
through commercial reproductive processes. 

Furniture 

From the Foulc collection comes the famous French Renais- 
sance armoire of Burgundian type, generally regarded as the most 
magnificent specimen known. It is the gift of Chester W. Larner. 

A very rare item of English furniture, a carved and gilded sofa 
in the early style of Robert Adam for which his original design is 
still preserved, is the gift of Mrs. Francis S. Mcllhenny. 

A notable group of pieces of Salem furniture carved by Samuel 
Mclntire have been given by George H. Lorimer for the Derby room 
previously presented by him. They include a mahogany sofa, four 
matched Hepplewhite side-chairs, two Sheraton armchairs, a tripod 
tea-table from the Derby family, and a four part Hepplewhite secre- 
tary bookcase. The room thus furnished presents an ensemble of 
New England craftsmanship of its style and period which is scarcely 
to be surpassed. 

Another important gift by Mr. Lorimer in the field of American 
furniture is a magnificent Philadelphia secretary bookcase in the 
Chippendale style. 

The loans of furniture were very numerous and important. 
Miss Ella Parsons added greatly to her collection of American pieces 
already at the Museum, and the entire East Gallery at Memorial 
Hall has been devoted to these new loans. Another anonymous 
loan was of twenty-eight pieces of ancestral Philadelphia furniture, 
accompanied by some of the original XVIII century bills for them. 

Ceramics 

Most notable among the accessions in ceramics are the Italian 
majolicas: a pair of Deruta fir-cone vases given by the Emerson 
Club, and numerous pieces in the Sallie Crozer Hilprecht collection. 

From the Baugh-Barbour Fund income for the purchase of 
Pennsylvania-German pottery we acquired a group of rare and 
amusing slip-ware animals and other unusual items. 

Textiles, Lace and Costume 
The collection of printed textiles assembled by Henri Clouzot, 
and forming the basis of the leading scholarly discussion of the 

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subject, has been given to the Museum by Mrs. Alfred Stengel. All 
told it embraces some 3x6 items and places our textile collection in 
a position of leadership in this important field. 

Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury has presented to the Museum her 
collection of laces, embracing some twenty-four pieces, including 
many notable items from the XVII and XVIII centuries. 

Metalwork 

A very important gift of antique wrought iron work, selected 
by Samuel Yellin, was made by a donor who still remains anony- 
mous. It includes two remarkable pairs of French Romanesque 
doors with rich hinges and strapwork, Gothic and Renaissance 
grilles, and a score of other rare and beautiful pieces such as and- 
irons, tripods and candelabra. 

In silver, George Horace Lorimer has given a rare New England 
tankard by Edward Winslow. Two pieces of fine old English silver 
were received under the bequest of Samuel Rea, additions to the 
valuable collection given in his lifetime; and a dozen important 
pieces of American and English silver, including a teapot by Paul 
Revere, were lent by Mrs. Edward F. Hoffman. 

From among the fine pieces of antique brass in the Foulc collec- 
tion, the Women's Club of Bala has given a Flemish fountain of the 
XVI century. 

A group of some thirty pieces of early English pewter selected 
from the collection of H. H. Cotterill, the well known foreign 
authority, was given by George H. Frazier. 

Arms and Armour 

In anticipation of the receipt of the Bowman bequest, and in 
harmony with its terms, chronicled below, several items of military 
character have been secured by the Museum. Chief of these is a 
magnificent suit of tournament armour formerly in the Imperial 
collection in Vienna and well known to students. The helmet 
bears the marks of Lorenz Colman of Augsburg, armourer to the 
Emperor Maximilian. It is the intention to make an equestrian 
mounting of this armour, with the proper accessories, as the central 
feature of our projected great mediaeval hall. Many of these acces- 
sories have already been secured, notably the horse trapping, with 
chanfron, bit, saddle, and spurs. 

An embroidered herald's coat with the royal arms of England 
during the Stuart period has also been secured. 

A remarkable pair of pistols of the Louis XVI period, beauti- 
fully ornamented, is a loan from William G. Renwick. 

In all the activities of the Museum regarding arms and armour 
it has profited greatly by the assistance and counsel of Thomas T. 
Hoopes, its Adviser in that field, which has been entirely gratuitous. 

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TERRA COTTA BUST GF A YOUNG MAN 
Florentine School, XV Century, Ex Collection Foulc 



GIFT OF MRS. WILLIAM A. DICK 



Mediaeval Art 

The death of Mrs. Wendell Phillips Bowman permitted the 
disclosure of her identity as the anonymous donor, in her lifetime, 
of a fund of $150,000 to establish in the mediaeval section a memo- 
rial to her late husband, General Bowman. It was this fund which 
had provided the great Romanesque fagade and cloister, as well as 
various fine pieces of armour, acquired last year. By her will Mrs. 
Bowman left the additional sum of $150,000, to enrich and endow 
this memorial, and her residuary estate. 

The various architectural elements secured to complete the 
Romanesque and Gothic sections have been mentioned above. 

A number of important items of Gothic glass, which left France 
in i8oi, have been secured: chief among them three rondels of the 
history of the Crusades, described by Montfaucon before the French 
Revolution as in the Abbey of St. Denis. 

A number of important works of mediaeval sculpture have 
been lent to the Museum by Raymond Pitcairn. They include, 
among others, a relief of Christ and two angels, XII century, sev- 
eral fine Romanesque capitals, a reclining tomb figure, XIV century, 
and an important small group of a Pieta in polychrome wood. A 
very fine Gothic figure of the Virgin is lent by A. S. Drey. 

Classical and Preclassical Art 

Although the Museum maintains no regular division devoted 
to the art of antiquity, it receives from time to time gifts and be- 
quests of objects in that field. Thus in the bequest to the City by 
the late H. V. Hilprecht of the Sallie Crozer Hilprecht collection, 
received during the year, are a very large number of works of fine 
quality from Greece and the ancient East, including Greek vases, 
ancient bronzes, Assyrian and other seal stones, and Assyrian and 
Babylonian tablets. 

From an anonymous donor we have received funds to secure 
for the Museum the remarkable model of ancient Rome prepared 
over a long series of years by Paul Bigot, and previously exhibited 
in Rome and Paris. This is now being brought abreast of the latest 
archaeological researches and should be received in 193 1. 

Eastern Art 

Supplementing his great gift of Chinese paintings, Edward B. 
Robinette has presented a collection of Chinese prints which is one 
of the most notable in existence, comprising thirty-eight volumes 
of some thousand prints, and forty mounted scrolls. 

Considerable groups of Chinese ceramics were included in the 

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bequest of the Sallie Crozer Hilprecht collection, and in a group ot 
oriental objects presented by Richard Gimbel on behalf of Gimbel 
Brothers. 

An important Japanese painting of the Amida Trinity, Kama- 
kura period was received as the gift of Mrs. Samuel Bettle. 

In Mohammedan art, we have received two valuable antique 
tile panels from Tunisia, the gift of the William Moore Company. 

In anticipation of the new Persian law permitting excavations 
by foreign institutions, we are taking steps to work there in con- 
junction with the University Museum. The sum of $ii,ooo has al- 
ready been subscribed for this joint undertaking by the following 
donors; Frank Battles, Mrs. Rodolphe M. de Schauensee, Mrs. 
William K. du Pont, Wright Ludington, Miss Caroline Sinkler, 
Mrs. James M. R. Sinkler, and W. Hinckle Smith. 

Many other interesting items in the various classes have been 
received as gifts or loans and chronicled from month to month in 
the Museum Bulletin. Two large collections, of a character too 
varied to permit detailed analysis here, have been lent by Elise 
Biddle Robinson and by the executors of the wills of Samuel S. and 
Isabel M. Spackman. 

Exhibitions 

The major special exhibitions held at Fairmount during the 
year have been as follows: 

November 1 5 to December 5 . Selected Chinese paintings from 
the Robinette collection. 

December 11 to January ix. Contemporary Belgian Art. 

January 31 to February xy. Second International Exhibition 
of Contemporary Decorative Art (Glass and Rugs). 

March 5 to May. Paintings by Thomas Eakins. 

May II to 18. Japanese Art from the Museum collections, 
English Water Colours and Drawings, Water Colours by the late 
Charles E. Dana. 

May II to June i. The Foulc collection. 

May ii (to September). American Paintings from the collec- 
tion of John F. Braun. 

The current interest in American painting lent special impor- 
tance to the Eakins and Braun exhibitions, which have attracted 
wide attention. 

Recent accessions have been displayed in a regular series of 
monthly showings. 

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Meanwhile the Print Room at Memorial Hall has been steadily- 
occupied by a series of exhibitions, mainly of prints from the Lea 
Collection, as follows: 

June-October The "Little Masters" 

November English Colour Prints by George Baxter 

December Marcantonio and his School 

Jan. -Feb. Mantegna and other Early Italian Masters 

March-April The Processes of Engraving 

May Later Italian Masters 

Two exhibitions of Museum material have also been shown at 
the School: The Processes of Engraving, and Printed Textiles. 

Educational Work 

Public educational work, as now understood in the museum 
world — a form of activity in which this museum had hitherto been 
backward — was first inaugurated here on any adequate scale during 
the past year. Feeling that such work had too often been handi- 
capped by lack of really broad artistic knowledge on the part of the 
personnel, we brought to begin the work here Mr. Stewart Dick, 
formerly official lecturer at the National Gallery in London. He 
was in residence from September to May. During this period he 
gave twenty-one public lectures, including the Cramp-Vaux lectures, 
in series devoted to various phases of art represented in the Museum. 
Three additional lectures on special subjects were given by dis- 
tinguished authorities from abroad: for the Hinchman Lecture, 
Eric Maclagan, Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum, for 
the Rebmann Lecture, Marcel Aubert, of the Louvre, and for the 
Prime Lecture, E. Alfred Jones of London. 

Gallery talks were given weekly by Mr. Dick to the number 
of 34, and others, to special groups, on 63 occasions. Two special 
series of lectures and gallery visits were organized for workers in 
the public schools of Philadelphia: for the Art Supervisors, 16 lec- 
tures, for the High School Art Teachers Association, 10 lectures. 
Five lectures were given by Mr. Dick on behalf of the Museum out- 
side its walls. All told the attendance at his various lectures and 
talks was about 6000. 

Three series of radio talks were also undertaken from Station 
WFI in cooperation with the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, two by 
Mr. Dick, and another, on-the Foulc Collection by several members 
of the staff. Reproductions of the works discussed appeared in that 
newspaper on the evening previous. 

Through the hospitality of members of the Associate Com- 
mittee of Women and others fifteen teas were held in the different 
rooms of the Museum, at which the several members of the staff 
spoke on their phases of its work. 

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By the co-operation of the Board of Education and under the 
oversight of Mr. Dillaway, its Director of Art Education, visits of 
school classes to the Museum, inaugurated last year, were con- 
tinued — three of the fifteen Art Supervisors being detailed daily 
for this service in rotation. Some 385 classes, including 15,400 
children of the public schools participated in such visits. A per- 
manent school attache, Miss Viola Foulke, has now been assigned 
to the Museum by the Board of Education. She will take part in 
the service described and conduct on Saturday mornings classes 
for gifted children in drawing and modelling, having the use of 
objects in the Museum. 

Concerts 

Through the generosity of Mrs. Edward Bok the series of 
Sunday evening concerts by artist students of the Curtis Institute 
of Music was continued this year, in a setting enhanced by a great 
golden curtain provided by Mrs. Bok. The six concerts, under the 
skillful artistic direction of Louis Bailly, fully maintained their 
high standard of programmes and execution and brought enjoy- 
ment to some thirteen thousand people. 

The Library 

The physical accommodations of the Museum Library at Me- 
morial Hall have been greatly enlarged and its growing resources 
made available under the energetic administration of Mr. Vander- 
bilt through reclassification and through modern cataloguing with 
the printed cards of the Library of Congress. We now have some 
9000 books and 3000 pamphlets, with about x4,ooo photographs 
and photoprints, and perhaps X30o lantern slides. As a profes- 
sional reference collection, open to the public, our library is al- 
ready an important tool of research and will receive an increasing 
use. 

Publications and Sales 

The total amount received from sales of publications was over 
$4500, of photographs about $1500, representing substantial in- 
creases over last year. The gradual expansion of our list of publi- 
cations and of our photographic department — both of which offer 
public educational services which we are bound to render — have 
hitherto been entirely financed by such sales. This year we are 
offering, beside our own list, a number of publications of the Vic- 
toria and Albert Museum, and we have added a small line of books 
by other publishers, relevant to works in the Museum. 

The Building 

In the museum at Fairmount two additional temporary gal- 
leries were finished to receive the Foulc collection, also a lecture 

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room seating two hundred, and several ofEces. Such work, with 
the burden of maintenance and operation involved in frequent ex- 
hibitions and installations has weighed heavily on our operating 
force, which has met the calls on it with great effectiveness. 

It is my hope that the mediaeval section in the South Wing, 
embracing the galleries and rooms devoted to Gothic and Roman- 
esque art — the Bowman Memorial with the fa9ade of St. Laurent 
les Augustins and the cloister from St. Genis, the Chapelle Au- 
moniere, the French, Venetian, and Florentine Gothic rooms — 
may be ready for the public not far from January next. 

At Memorial Hall, we were able to abolish the time-honoured 
Monday closing. This building, like the others, is now open 
every day, for hours uniform at all our buildings. 

At the request of the donor of the Rodin Museum, this Mu- 
seum undertook to give help in installing the collections there, 
and Mr. Taylor of our staff rendered this effectively. On the open- 
ing of the building, November 19th, we were entrusted with its 
administration. With its admirable design and its remarkable 
collection of works by the great French sculptor it forms a most 
valuable addition to the artistic resources of Philadelphia and has 
met with the greatest public appreciation. 

At Mount Pleasant the condition of the building and the qual- 
ity of the objects on display have been well maintained under the 
care of Mr. Downs. 

At Cedar Grove Miss Lydia Thompson Morris has not only 
seen to its maintenance in the perfection of condition, but has 
contributed a substantial sum for its operation. 

Other Colonial Houses in Fairmount Park 

Woodford, tastefully restored and furnished by the estate of 
of Naomi Wood, was opened to the public on April 15th. 

Still another house. Strawberry, with features of much beauty, 
has now been taken in hand for restoration by the High Street 
Committee of 1916 aided by a generous sum given by Joseph V. 
Horn and by the support of several women's organizations. Mr. 
Pedersen and Mr. Downs of the Museum are assisting in this work. 

All told, eight of the old houses in Fairmount Park have been 
restored by various agencies in the last five years. 

Personnel 

Changes in personnel, aside from the additions to the educa- 
tional staff already chronicled, have been relatively few. Mr. Rea, 
retained for a year to reorganize our office practice, assumed on Jan- 
uary ist a post with the Carnegie Corporation. Miss Ingram, as- 

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sistant in Chinese Art, left the Museum on her marriage to return 
to China. Henri Marceau, already curator of the Johnson Collec- 
tion, took up in September the Curatorship of Fine Arts in our 
section of Renaissance and modern art. Boies Penrose assumed 
the Curatorship of Prints, Miss Pearson continuing her effective 
work with the department. During the illness, for part of the 
year, of Miss Reath, Assistant Curator of Textiles, the activity of 
that department has been well carried on by Miss Thring. 

Attendance 

The attendance at the Museum and its branches was the larg- 
est in the history of the Museum, 1,366,971 as against 1,086,000 in 
the previous fiscal year. The new Rodin Museum, in the six months 
since its opening, accounted for 174,373 and involved a loss at the 
main building, nearby, of only forty-eight thousand. At Memo- 
rial Hall the attendance meanwhile increased again by fifty-seven 
thousand, the number of visitors there now being as great as in 
certain years (such as 1911-13) before the opening of the new build- 
ing. Of the eight hundred thousand who came to Fairmount an 
average of ten thousand came on Sundays and holidays, an average 
of seven hundred on weekdays. The smallest attendance on a 
single day was on December 14, 141; the largest, on Sunday, October 
14, 17,751. 

Respectfully submitted, 

FisKE Kimball, 

Director. 
May 31, 1930 



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STATISTICAL TABLES 



ACCESSIONS 



Classes Bequests 

Antiquities 721 

Architectural Details 

Blanchard Fund 

George W. Taylor Fund 

Museum Purchase Funds 

Arms and Armour 

Books 

Ceramics 18 

Baugh-Barber Fund 

Costumes and Accessories 3 

Crystals, Jade 

Dolls and Toys 

Drawings 

Enamels 

Fans 

Glass 

Glass (Stained) 

Ivories 

Jewelry 1 

Lace 

Lacquer 9 

Lantern Slides 

Leather Work 

Manuscripts 

Medals and Coins 

Metal-work 10 

Harrison Fund 

John D. Mcllhenny Fund 

Elizabeth Wandell Smith Fund 

Miniatures 

Miscellaneous 224 

Musical Instruments 

Paintings 

Philately 

Photographs 

Printing 

Prints & Volumes of Prints 

Sculpture 

Restricted Bloomfield Moore Fund . . 

Museum Purchase Funds 

George B. Taylor Fund 

Textiles 

Darley Fund 

John D. Mcllhenny Fund 

Woodwork and Furniture 

Museum Purchase Funds 

Baugh-Barber Fund 

Mary A. Williams Fund 

986 



1929-30 




1929-30 1928-29 


Gifts 


Purchases 


Total 
721 


Total 


8 


2 
1 








3 


14 


29 


8 




8 




360 


452 


812 


608 


403 










14 


435 


262 


112 




115 


9 


1 




1 


29 


2 




2 


1 


231 




231 


1 


2 




2 


3 


58 




58 




21 




21 


271 


5 




5 


1 
10 


3 




4 


9 


36 




36 


1 


1 




10 


9 




85 


85 


1074 


2 




2 




4 




4 




1 




1 


5 


141 


8 

1 








1 


161 


230 
1 


8 




232 


24 


3 




3 




89 




89 


341 
1 


4010 


666 


4676 


2321 


1 




1 


62 


3033 




3033 


230 


128 


1 
1 








7 


137 


56 


370 


1 








1 


372 


641 


33 


5 
1 








1 


40 


473 


9074 


1251 


11311 


6702 



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LOANS 

1929-30 1928-29 

Arms and Armour 6 

Ceramics 615 446 

Costumes 1 1 

Crystals, Jade 6 

Drawings 13 

Enamels 5 1 

Glass 412 1 

Glass, stained 9 

Ivories 6 

Jewelry 7 1 

Lace 4 2 

Lacquer Work 2 2 

Leather Work 1 

Manuscripts 

Medals and Coins, etc 1097 901 

Metal-work 221 51 

Miniatures 2 108 

Miscellaneous 38 3 

Paintings 304 60 

Prints 43 36 

Sculpture 80 12 

Textiles 331 154 

Toys 1 

Woodwork and Furniture 177 131 

Totals 3373 1918 

Lenders of Objects of Art 62 



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ACCESSIONS: COMPARATIVE TABLES 
A. OBJECTS OF ART 

Bequests Gifts Purchases Total 

1930 986 4704 48 5738 

1929 8 2415 277 2700 

Decrease from 1929 229 

Increase over 1929 978 2289 3038 

B. LIBRARY 

Books 

1930 360 452 812 

1929 273 334 607 

Increase over 1929 87 118 205 

Photographs 

1930 4010 666 4676 

1929 50 2271 2321 

Increase over 1929 3960 2355 

Decrease from 1929 1605 

Photoprints 

1930 15000 15000 

1929 

Increase over 1929 15000 15000 

Lantern Slides 

1930 85 85 

1929 1074 1074 

Decrease from 1929 989 989 

1929-30 1928-29 
Donors to the Library 62 43 



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ATTENDANCE 

June 1, 1929 to May 31, 1930 

Philadelphia Museum 793,103 

Memorial Hall 294,433 

Rodin Museum (November 29, 1929 to May 31, 1930) 274,373 

Mount Pleasant 2,798 

Cedar Grove 2,265 



1,366,972 



COMPARATIVE TABLES, 1920-1930 

(Fiscal Years, June 1 — May 31) 





Memorial 


Flower 


Mount 


Cedar 


Philadelphia 






Hall 


Show^s 


Pleasant 


Grove 


Museum 


Total 


1920-21 . 


..386,182 










386,182 


1921-22. 


..342,081 










342,081 


1922-23 . 


..296,497 










296,497 


1923-24. 


. .311,993 










311,993 


1924-25. 


. .336,175 


85,188 








421,363 


1925-26. 


..301,167 


112,380 








413,547 


1926-27. 


..361,718 


19,224 


10,570 






391,512 


1927-28. 


..227,928 


Rodin 

Museum 


4,765 


3,325 


222,275 


458,293 


1928-29. 


..237,282 




3,962 


3,301 


841,458 


1,086,003 


1929-30. 


..294,433 


274,373 


2,798 


2,265 


793,103 


1,366,972 



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DONORS OF OBJECTS OF ART 



Miss Margaret Arthur 

N. W. Ayer & Son 

A. W. Bahr 

Mrs. Gideon Boericke 

Edward Bok 

Mrs. Edward Bok 

Elizabeth Malcolm Bowman 

Mrs. Thomas F. Branson 

Francis Brinton 

Alfred Bullard 

Mrs. Hampton L. Carson 

Daniel H. Carstairs 

James Carstairs 

J. H. Carstairs 

Francis T. Chambers, Jr. 

Louise Brant Church 

Mrs. E. Bissell Clay 

Mrs. Philip S. Collins 

GusTAvus W. Cook 

Mrs. Charles E. Dana 

Miss Millicent W. Dana 

Mrs. William A. Dick (In 

memory of John Story Jenks) 
Mrs. Catherine M. Dinges 
Thomas J. Dolan 
Clarence W. Dolan 
H. Yale Dolan 
Henry Dolfinger 
Mrs. Thomas Eakins 
H. A. Elsberg 
Emerson Club 
Mrs. Harrison Eustis 
Mrs. George A. Fairlamb 
Daniel H. Farr 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brisbin 

Foster and Children 
George H. Frazier 
F. L. Garrison 
Miss Mary K. Gibson 
Harrold E. Gillingham 
Miss S. Elizabeth Gilpin 
Gimbel Bros., Inc. 
Mrs. Benjamin M. Golder 



Rodman E. Griscom (In mem- 
ory of Anne Starr Griscom) 
Mrs. Francis B. Gummere 
Mrs. L. B. Hall 
Charles C. Harrison, Jr. 
George L. Harrison 
Harry W. Harrison 
Theodore L. Harrison 
Charles D. Hart 
Mrs. William E. Helme 
Mrs. William E. Helme (In the 

name of William E. Helme) 
Mrs. Charles Wolcott Henry 
Mrs. George Jacobs, Jr. 
John S. Jenks 
Miss Bella C. Landauer 
Chester W. Earner 
Mrs James G. Leiper, Jr. (In 
the name of William E. 
Helme) 
Joseph Lester 
Mrs. Francis A. Lewis 
George Horace Lorimer 
John A. McCarthy (In memory 

of Joseph F. McCarthy) 
Mrs. Francis S. McIlhenny 
Mrs. John D. McIlhenny 
Mrs. Emory McMichael 
G. H. Macauley 
Miss Anna B. Maddock 
Mrs. Etta Wedell Mastbaum 
Miss Elizabeth Ray Mastbaum 
Mrs. Louisette W. Mastbaum 
Miss Elinor Merrell 
Mrs. Thomas Lynch 

Montgomery 
William Moore Company 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wheeler 

Morris 
F. W. Munthe 
Mrs. Harry M. Nathanson 
Mrs. Francis Ormond 
Miss Ella Parsons 



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Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Staunton B. 
Peck 

Boies Penrose 

Arthur Upham Pope 

May Audubon Post 

Eli Kirk Price 

Warwick James Price (In mem- 
ory of Anne Glover Price) 

Print Club of Philadelphia 

Mrs. Howard Roberts 

Edward B. Robinette 

Fritz Rummel 

Joseph Y. Russell 

Miss Emily Sargent 

Mrs. Edward S. Sayres 

Blas C. Silva, C. E. 

Dr. and Mrs. E. Hollings- 
worth Siter 

Albert L. Smith 

Edward B. Smith, Jr. 

Geoffrey S. Smith 

John Story Smith 

(In memory of Edward B. and 
Laura Howell Smith) 

Mrs. Alfred Stengel 



Miss Anna Catherine Stimson 
(In memory of Mary Arthur 
Burnham) 

J. Stogdell Stokes 

Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 

Arthur J. Sussel 

Mrs. C. Newbold Taylor 

Roland L. Taylor 

Mrs. William T. Tonner 

E. TuNKEL 

Langdon Warner (In memory 

of Dean C. Worcester) 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 

Wasserman 
Heirs of Miss Emily Whelen 
Miss Evelyn L. Whitaker (In 
memory of Mary Jeanette Cof- 
fin Whitaker) 
George D. Widener 
Miss M. M. Wildman 
Miss Mary A. Williams 
Mrs. William M. Wills 
Women's Club of Bala and 

Cynwyd 
Estate of Naomi Wood 
Mr. and Mrs. Minturn T. 
Wright 



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BEQUESTS OF OBJECTS OF ART 



Louise Winsor Furness 
Herman V. Hilprecht 



Mary A. Krouse 
Samuel Rea 



DONORS TO THE LIBRARY 



American Association for 

Adult Education 
Jules Bache 
Carnegie Foundation 
Mrs. Hampton L. Carson 
Commonwealth of Pennsly- 

VANIA 

Bashford Dean 

Demotte, Inc. 

Detroit Institute of Arts 

Deutsche Bucherei 

Joseph Downs 

Field Museum of Natural 

History 
Dr. Hermann Fuchs 
Louis Gautier 
Harrold E. Gillingham 
Dr. August Grosz 
N. V. Hagstrom 
Rt. Rev. J. W. Hamilton 
Mr. and Mrs. William Preston 

Harrison 
Hilaire Hiler 
Hispanic Society of America 
Thomas Temple Hoopes 
Miss Isabel Ingram 
E. Alfred Jones 
FiSKE Kimball 

Kleeman-Thormann Galleries 
Bella C. Landauer 
Mrs. Charles M. Lea 
Mrs. Henry G. Leach 
The League of Nations 
J. Hartley Merrick 
Ross H. Maynard 
Museum of Modern Art 



National Sculpture Society 
National Museum, Stockholm 
J. B. Neumann 
Notgemeinschaft der Deut- 

schen wissenschaft 
Oesterreichische Museum fur 

KuNST UND Industrie 
John Omwake 
Oriental Ceramic Society 
The Pennsylvania Society 
Dr. Frederick Peterson 
LuDwiG Freiherr von Posch- 

inger 
Preussische Staatsbibliothek 
Miss Nancy Andrews Reath 
Miss Frances Richardson 
Royal Hungarian Consulate 
Sachsische Ministerium fur 

Volksbildung zu Dresden 
Homer Saint-Gaudens 
Jean Schemit 

The Smithsonian Institution 
Theodore Sutro 
U. S. Naval Academy 
Dr. Heinrich Uhlendahl 
United Fruit Company 
Arthur S. Vernay, Inc. 
Victoria and Albert Museum 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Eyre 

Wilson 
Miss Dorothy Wood 
Estate of Naomi Wood 
Ralph Woodworth 
World Association for Adult 

Education 
Yamanaka & Company 



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LENDERS OF OBJECTS OF ART 



Mme. Marianne von Allesch 
John A. Anderson 
American Federation of h^;^^ 
Associate Committee of Women 
Miss Emily H. Bache 
Miss Margaret H. Bache 
Mrs. Spencer Bickerton 
Miss Christine W. Biddle 
John F. Braun 
Alfred M. Brooks 
Edmund C. Campbell 
Carnegie Library of Fort 

Worth 
Mrs. William A. Dick 
Miss Elizabeth Winslow Dulles 
John Welsh Dulles 
Henry F. duPont 
Mrs, Thomas Eakins 
Hugh B. Eastburn 
European and American Art 

Committee 
Mrs. Francis P. Gar van 
Estate of Charles C. Harrison 
Miss Annie-May Hegeman 
Miss Caroline F. Helmich 
Miss Beatrice C. E. Henszey 
Mrs. Edward F. Hoffman 
Jefferson Medical College 
Trustee of the John G. Johnson 

Collection 
Miss Mary Kelsey 
FisKE Kimball 
LaFrance Art Institute 
Mrs. William Gardner Mac- 

dowell 



Mrs. Emory McMichael 

J. Vaughan Merrick 

Robert Morris 

Mrs. Louise S. M. Nache 

Miss Ella Parsons 

Boies Penrose 

Raymond Pitcairn 

Theodore Pitcairn 

Mrs. Charles Platt, Jr. 

Charles A. Raymond 

William G. Renwick 

Miss Elise Biddle Robinson 

Mrs. Charles F. Sackett 

Bunford Samuel 

Mrs. J. F. R. Scott 

Mrs. John S. Scott 

William Ellis Scull 

Miss Irene Sims 

Estate of Isabel M. Spackman 

John B. Stetson, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederick C. 

Stout 
Arthur J. Sussel 
Herbert E. Thompson 
W. H. Thorpe 
A. Ulman, Jr. 
University of Pennsylvania 

Medical School 
Thomas B. Wanamaker, Jr. 
Miss Ethelynde Weil 
Miss Helen Douw Wells 
Miss Mary A. Williams 
Estate of Naomi Wood 



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REPORT OF THE PRINCIPAL OF THE SCHOOL 

To the President and Trustees of the Pennsylvania Museum of Art: 

In the educational development of the Pennsylvania Museum's 
School of Industrial Art during the past year, the plan has provided 
greater opportunity to the student and his individual needs in the 
study of art and industry than in the past few years. The instruc- 
tion or guidance in the study of composition, design, drawing, 
painting and modeling and library and museum research in relation 
to the needs and demands of industry and commerce, give the 
student many experiences and many things to think about, as well 
as teach him how to think before what to think about the many 
things of his concern. 

The brief span of four years in the school during a most im- 
pressionable time of life, compared with the length of time of one's 
professional experience, brings clearly to mind the importance 
of developing a plan which, first, gives the student the greatest 
opportunity to develop his talent and ability, his taste and dis- 
criminating judgment as an artist, to be an artist first, to have 
something to say and to know how to say it before attempting to 
be acceptable in the industrial field; second, gives him experi- 
ences which will reveal to him the demands and requirements set 
forth through commercial and industrial projects that he may be- 
gin to realize how he can best use his talent in meeting the conduct 
of business. In developing this point of view we have tried to 
point out the equal importance or fundamental study of the prin- 
ciples of art, the fine things in traditional art and in contemporary 
movements in art, as the only way to be prepared to meet future 
demands in the transitions in art and industry. It is as difficult to 
make the student realize the importance of being prepared for a job 
rather than a job being prepared for him, as it is to make him rea- 
lize that to know any one thing well he must know many things. 

The four years' course is divided into four groups of study. 
The first year, a preparatory class with no entrance examinations, 
brings varying talent and ability. The work of the class in drawing, 
painting, modeling, lettering, color and design, with supplementary 
lectures on art and applied art, is so co-ordinated in idea and ideal 
that a student with a reasonable amount of talent and ability and 
effort should, through his experience, realize his aptitude for future 
expression. Promotion is governed by both ability and adapta- 
bility of the student's expression in the experiences set forth for 
the work of the year. 

In the plan of the work for the second year, two distinct op- 
portunities are offered: the opportunity for the student who seeks 

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expression through drawing, painting and design and the study of 
the possibilities of such expression in relation to industry; and the 
opportunity for the student who seeks expression through creating 
and designing with materials such as wood, clay, metal, textiles, 
etc. and the study of the possibilities of such expression in relation 
to industry. In arranging the curriculum for each group it is the 
desire of the school to point out not only the subjects best suited 
but those not suited to the student's need for development. This 
class, known as the first year of the industrial art group, is for 
students who have passed the requirements of the preparatory 
class. 

The work of the third year class is arranged for students who 
seek specialization in the several professions of art as related to 
industry. Subject matter in this class is elective. The class is 
limited in number to those students who show, through previous 
expression, ability as artists and the power to carry on the affairs 
of their chosen work. Having developed the ability to interpret 
the meaning of the School and the purpose of art and design, it is 
the special desire of the School that the students of this class be 
given a greater opportunity for experience in the vast field of in- 
dustry. The means of bringing about this contact is through fre- 
quent visits to manufacturing and industrial plants and by inviting 
people of outstanding ability in their particular professions to 
come to the School for conference and criticism of work. 

In the fourth year class each subject is individual in purpose 
and results, and offers an opportunity for greater experience in spe- 
cialization in the professions of art in industry. The student and 
his problem are individual and the plan provides definite contacts 
between the School and the manufacturer. Each student will be 
given every possible opportunity to experience the introductory 
realities of the transition between school life and professional life, 
so vastly important to the school, to the student and to the manu- 
facturer. 

In guiding the student through his experience of four years of 
school work, we trust that he will develop a sense of values, a 
facility in expressing his ideas in design and workmanship, and 
that a diploma will indicate his ability to carry on in the pro- 
fessional field of his chosen work. 

There have been a number of outstanding problems during 
the year which have given the students a wide experience with 
design and the manufacturer. The students are unusually fortu- 
nate to have to have had the co-operation of distinguished manu- 
facturers who gave fabrics to be fashioned in the designs shown 
in the Spring Fashion Show. The manufacturers who so generously 

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in the experiences of the students are : 

Aberfoyle Manufacturing Co. Folwell Brothers and Co. 
Celanese Corporation Kingston Textile Corporation 

CoLDREN Knitting Mills Oak Worsted Co. 

Continental Mills, Inc. Trico Worsted Co. 

Walther Brothers and Co. 

A number of stimulating talks and conferences have been given 
by people in the professional field of painting, design, illustration, 
advertising design, costume design and interior decoration. 

The School of Industrial Art was designed over fifty years ago 
to develop ideas in art in industry to meet the demands of the pro- 
fessional field of art and the manufacturer. During the fifty years, 
the School has served well the community, the state and the country, 
for among the graduates are distinguished designers, craftsmen, 
teachers, and manufacturers. Today new demands are made upon 
the artist, the designer and the manufacturer for stronger co-opera- 
tion and it is to this end the School projects a greater service to 
the student of art and industry. 

In presenting this, my review of the year, and projecting ideas 
for future development, it gives me great pleasure to express my 
appreciation of the fine support of the Trustees and the Associate 
Committee of Women, the staff, faculty and students in making 
this past term an outstanding one in the development of the School. 

Edmondson Hussey, 

Principal. 



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REPORT OF THE TREASURER 

For the Fiscal Year ended May ^i, ip^o 
GENERAL FUND 

RECEIPTS 

State of Pennsylvania Contribution $ 37,500.00 

City of Philadelphia Contribution 50,000.00 

Commissioners of Fairmount Park on 

account of Maintenance of Museums 118,000.00 

Income from Endowments 13,094. 13 

Membership Dues 17,898.75 

Gifts 6,000.00 

Tuition Fees 154,809.00 

Interest on bank balances 874.51 

$408,176.50 

State of Pennsylvania Contribution due 

May 31, 1930 ix,5oo.oo 

Commissioners of Fairmount Park on 

account of Maintenance of Museums 

due May 31, 1930 ix,ooo.oo 

Excess of Expenditures 53>537-i8 

78,037.18 

$486,2.13.68 

EXPENDITURES 

Museum Maintenance $2.06,940.78 

School Maintenance 189,563.18 

Administration, Interest and Insurance 89,709.61 

$486,113.68 



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ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank $ 154,305.35 

Real Estate (cost) $550,778.99 

Less Mortgages 500,000.00 

50,778.99 

Investments (cost) i, 515,740. 6x 

Due by State of Pennsylvania ix, 500.00 

Due by Commissioners of Fairmount 

Park ix,ooo.oo 

$1,745,3x4.96 

Balance 108,439.91 

$1,853,764.87 

LIABILITIES 

Scholarship Funds $ 54,811.06 

Prize Funds ii,658.8x 

Endowment Funds 1,137,5x1.56 

$i,xo3 ,991.44 

Temporary Loans i4x,ooo.oo 

Restricted Funds 479.570-79 -^ ' 

Miscellaneous Funds x8,xox.64 

$1,853,764.87 

We have examined the books and accounts of the Pennsylvania 
Museum of Art for the year ending May 31, 1930, and we hereby 
certify that the foregoing Report of the Treasurer and the Statement 
of Assets and Liabilities correctly set forth the true financial position 
of the institution as of that date. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Chas. C. Hunziker, 

Certified Public Accountant. 
June 6, 1930. 



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REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE 
OF WOMEN 

To the President and Board of Trustees: 

I herewith present the Forty-third Annual Report of the 
Associate Committee of Women, 

The work of the various committees has been carried on with 
the usual enthusiasm and success during the past year. 

It is with profound sorrow that we announce the death of one 
of our officers, Miss Cornelia L. Ewing, a Vice President. 

It was with sincere regret that we accepted the resignation of 
Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs, who was unanimously elected an Honorary 
Member. The resignation of Mrs. Robert Hare Davis was accepted 
with regret. 

Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman was elected a Vice President to 
fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Miss Ewing. 

Four new members have been elected to fill vacancies: Mrs. 
Sydney E. Martin, Mrs. Henry Norris Piatt, Mrs. John B. Stetson 
and Mrs. P. A. B. Widener, ind. 

Under the able direction of Mrs. Eli Kirk Price, an exquisite 
performance entitled, "An Italian Fantasy," was given at the Penn 
Athletic Club, April zS, for the benefit of the Students' League 
House. The Committee wishes to thank Miss Ellen Meehan and 
Mr. Edward Warwick, who with the students of the School painted 
the beautiful banners which were used in the decorations. 

The Spring Fashion Show, exhibiting the work of the Costume 
Design Class, was held at the Manufacturers' Club for two evenings 
and an afternoon, April lo and ii. Through the interest of Mrs. 
Henry Brinton Coxe, Chairman of the Committee, materials for 
many of the costumes were furnished by textile manufacturers. The 
three performances were largely attended and great interest and 
enthusiasm manifested. 

The class in Furniture Design and Wood-work this year visited 
a number of furniture factories. Tickets were presented to the class 
by the Committee for an Exhibition of Antiques held at the Bellevue- 
Stratford. 

The Illustration, Poster and Advertising Classes have been 
greatly stimulated by a series of talks given by men actively engaged 
in such work in the business world— thus bringing the students into 
immediate contact with the practical demands of their art. 

The students in the Interior Decoration Class have been given a 
number of valuable and instructive talks by those actively engaged 

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in the profession. They have also visited many beautiful homes, 
both large and small, thereby gaining an interesting knowledge of 
Interior Decoration. A visit to the Textile Department of the 
School gave the students an excellent idea of the conditions under 
which fabrics and textiles are made. 

Among the outstanding additions to the Library given by the 
Associate Committee of Women are an "Encyclopaedia of Ceramic 
Industry" by Alfred B. Searle, "The Pageant of America" and the 
Encyclopaedia Britannica. The attendance at the Library for the 
year was about 10,000. 

The students in the Modeling Class during the past year have 
been given the opportunity of doing an unusual amount of creative 
work. Under Mr. Renzetti's instruction great enthusiasm for their 
work has been evidenced by the students. For the purpose of 
intimate study of animal life the Saturday Junior Class has made 
several visits to the Zoo which greatly benefitted their work. 

The Pottery Class had a most successful year, with a large 
enrollment and a most enthusiastic group of students who have 
produced some very fine work. 

Many prizes given by the Committee were awarded to the pupils 
in both the Art and the Textile Departments. A full list of these 
prizes has been printed in a separate pamphlet by the School. 

More than 1500 articles in the Property Room — costumes, still 
life, and drapery — have been used in their work by the students 
during the past year; therefore there is urgent need of replenishing 
the supply. 

The Students' League House has been made very comfortable 
and attractive during the past year by various improvements and 
repairs, made possible by the generous appropriation from the 
treasury, supplemented by donations from individual members of the 
Board. The League House Committee, the House Mother, and the 
girl students have sustained an irreparable loss in the death of Miss 
Cornelia Ewing. Always bright, optimistic and inspiring, she was, 
up to the very last week of her life, one to whom all went with their 
problems, sure always of assistance and sympathy. 

Among the students of the Textile School during the past year, 
there have been an unusual number of college graduates and repre- 
sentatives from the Army and the Navy sent to the School by the 
Government. In March there was a showing in the exhibition 
hall of the Textile School of the remarkable Clouzot Collection of 
the Toiles de Jouy, lately presented to the Museum. 

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During several of the winter months a series of weekly teas was 
held in the beautiful rooms of the Museum. On these occasions 
most interesting talks on special subjects were given by various 
members of the Museum Staff. This was perhaps one of the most 
interesting and successful of the activities of the Women's Com- 
mittee. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth Conway Clark, 

Corresponding Secretary. 




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MEMBERSHIP 

CLASSIFICATION OF MEMBERS 

Benefactors, who contribute or bequeath $i5,ooo or more to 
the Corporation. 

Patrons, who contribute or bequeath $5,000 to the Corporation. 

Fellows, who contribute $1,000 at one time. 

Life Members, who contribute $500 at one time. 

Associates, who contribute $150 a year. 

Sustaining Members, who contribute $100 a year. 

Contributing Members, who contribute $15 a year. 

Annual Members, who contribute $10 a year. 

Any person may be elected a Benefactor, Patron, Fellow or 
Life Member, who shall have made a gift to an amount requisite 
for admission to the respective class, and an Honorary Benefactor, 
Honorary Patron or Honorary Fellow, who shall have made a loan 
of an important work of art or collection of a value equal to the 
gift of the corresponding class of members of the Corporation. 

Benefactors, Patrons, Fellows and Life Members are not liable 
to annual dues. 

All funds received from Benefactors, Patrons, Fellows and Life 
Members are permanently invested as part of the Endowment 
Fund, unless otherwise requested by the donor. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CORPORATION 



Benefactors, Patrons and Fellows are enrolled in perpetuity. 
Those deceased are indicated by italics. 

BENEFACTORS 



Bauch, Margaret L. 
BoK, Louise Curtis 
BowMAH, Elizabeth Malcolm 
Chandler, Percy M. 
Clark, Edward W. 
Curtis, Cyrus H. K. 
Darley, Frahcis F. S. 
DoLFiNGER, Henry 
Eakins, Susan Macdowell 
Elkins, William M. 

FrISHMUTH, i'ARAH S. 

General Education Board 
Harding, Dorothea Barney 
Helme. William E. 
Henry, Mrs. Charles Wolcott 
J ANNE Y, Walter C. 
Jehks.Johh Story 
Johnson, Eldridge Reeves 
Keehmle, M. Theresa 

Wood. 



Lea, Charlotte Augusta 
LoRiMER, George Horace 
LuDiHCTOK, Charles H. 
Macee,JamesR. 
McIlhehky, Johh D. 
McLean, William L. 
Moore, Clara/. 

Morris, Miss Lydia Thompson 
Rice, Mrs . Alexander Hamilton 
Robinette, Edward B. 
Shippeh, Elizabeth Swift 
SiNKLER, Wharton 
SiNKLER, Mrs. Wharton 
Taylor, Roland L. 
Temple, Joseph E. 
Warden, William G. 
Weightmah, William 
WiDENER, George D. 
Williams, Mary Adeline 

W^ILLIAM 



HONORARY BENEFACTORS 

American Philosophical Dixon, Mrs. Fitz Eugene 

Society Garvan, Francis P. 

Clarke, Thomas B. Garvan, Mrs. Francis P. 

Dixon, Fitz Eugene Parsons, Ella 

Williams, Mary A. 



PATRONS 



Baird.Johh 
Bartoh,SusahR. 
Berwind, Harry A. 
Bispham, George Tucker 
Blaxchard. Ahha 
Blahchard, Harriet 
BoDiNE, Samuel T. 
BoK, Edward 
Braun, John F. 



Brown, Henry L 
Brown, Mrs. John A., Jr. 
Browning, Mrs. Edward 
Carson, Mrs. Hampton L. 
Cheston, Radcliffe, Jr. 
Cheston, Mrs. Radcliffe, Jr. 
Childs, George W. 
Clark, Clarence M. 
Collet, Mark Wilkes 



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PATRONS {Continue^ 



Collins, Philip S. 

Combs, Mary A. 

Cramp, Mrs. Theodore W. 

CKKm JonnA. 

Cressoh, James H. 

Dick, Mrs. William A. 

DissTON, Henry and Sons 

DoBBiKS, Mart A. 

Do LAN, Clarence W. 

DoLAN, H. Yale 

DOLAN, ISABELLE W. 

DoLAH. Thomas 

Drexel, a J. 

Drexel F. a. 

Flagg, Stanley Griswold, Jr. 

Foster, Frank B. 

Foster, Mrs. Frank B. 

FuGUET, Howard 

Garrett, /uLiA 

Garrett, W. E.,Jr. 

GiBsoH, Hekr^ C. 

Gibson, Henry C. 

GiBSOH. SusAH W. p. 

Griscom, Rodman E. 

Harrisoh, Emily Lelaxd 

Harrisoh, Thomas Skeltoh 

Helme, Mrs. William E. 

Henry, Mrs. J. Norman 

Hoffman, Benjamin R. 

HousTOH. H. H. 

Ingersoll, Charles E. 

Janney, Mrs. Walter C. 

Jenks, John S. 

Kent, A. Atwater 

Kent, Mrs. A. Atwater 

Earner, Chester W. 

Laughlin, Miss Anne Irwin 

Lauchlih, Hehry a. 

Lea, Hehrt C. 

Lea, NiHA 

Leiper, Mrs. James G., Jr. 

Lewis, Frahcis W. 

LippiHCOTT, Aches 

LippiNCOTT, Walter 

LuDiNGTON, Wright S. 

Wolf, 



Macee, Fahhie S. 

Martin, John C. 

Martin, Mrs. John C. 

McCarthy, John A. 

McFadden, George 

McFaddeh,Johh H. 

McIlhenny, Mrs. Francis S. 

McIlhenny, Mrs. John D. 

Meigs, Mrs. Arthur V. 

Morris, /oH7v{T. 

Morris, Samuel Wheeler 

Neumak, Charles V. 

Nichols, Mrs. H. S. Prentiss 

Page, Louis Room ah 

Patterson, Mrs. Frank Thorne 

Pell. Alfred Duahe 

Price, Eli Kirk 

Kea, Samuel 

Rea, Mary M. Black 

Ritchie, Craig D. 

Roberts, Mrs. Howard 

Rockefeller, John D., Jr. 

ROSENWALD, LeSSING J. 
i'cOTT, AhHA D. 

Search, Theodore C. 
Seeler, Edgar V. 
Simpson, Alex., Jr. 
Smith, Albert L. 
Smith, Mrs. Alfred Percival 
Smith, Mrs. C. Morton 
Smith, Edward B., Jr. 
Smith, Geoffrey S. 
Smith, John Story 
Starr, Isaac Tatnall 
Stokes, J. Stogdell 
Sullivah,James F. 
Sulzberger, Mater 
Tatlor. Mart E. 
Tyson, Carroll S., Jr. 
Tyson, Mrs. Carroll S., Jr. 
Wasserman, Joseph 
Whitney, A. and Sons 
Williams, Mrs. Charles F. 
W^ister, Sabihe dLhvilliers 
W^ister, Sarah Tyler 
Morris 



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HONORARY PATRONS 



First Baptist Church of 

Philadelphia 
Da Costa, John C. 
DuPoNT, Henry F. 
Fleisher, Walter A. 
Numismatic and Antiquarian 

Society of Philadelphia 



PiTCAiRN, Raymond 
Robinson, Elise Biddle 
Scott, Mary Howard Sturgis 
Steel, Mrs. Alfred G. B. 
Stout, C. Frederick C. 
Stout, Mrs. C. Frederick C. 



FELLOWS 



Allen, Laura 
Armstrong, F. Wallis 
Artman, Caroline Foerderer 
Austin, Lucylle 
Baird, Mrs. Edgar Wright 
Baker, Mrs. Samuel M. 
Ballard, Ellis Ames 
Battles, Frank 
Beeber, Dimner 
B. T. B. 

Benson, Mrs. Edwin N., Jr. 
Berwind, Mrs. Henry A. 
Bettle, Mrs. Samuel 
Biddle, Mrs. Arthur 
Blair, Andrew 
Blair, Mrs. Andrew 
BocHMAN, Charles F. 
BocKius, Morris R. 
Bond, Charles 
BowEN, Samuel B. 
Boyd, William 
Bracken, Francis B. 
Browh,James Crosby 
Brubaker, Mrs. Albert P. 
Bullitt, Orville H. 
BuRNHAM, Mrs. George, Jr. 
Cardeza, Charlotte D. M. 
Carruth. Johh G. 
Carson, Hamptoh L. 
Carter, Mrs. William T. 
Cassatt, Gardner 
Cassatt, Robert K. 
Chamberlin, William B. 
Coleman, Fannie B. 
Coles, Mary R. 



CoLTON, Mrs. Sabin W., Jr. 
CoxE, Mrs. Alexander Brown 
Coxe, Mrs. Henry Brinton 
Crake, T. I. 

CuRTiN, William Wilson 
Davis, Mrs. Charles P. 
Day, Charles C. 
Day, Mrs. Charles C. 

DE SCHAUENSEE, MrS. RoDOLPHE 

Dickson, Arthur G. 

Dixon, Mrs. Samuel G. 

DoRRANCE, John T. 

DoRRANCE, Mrs. John T. 

duPont, Lammot 

DuPoHT, Bertha Taylor 

duPont, Pierre S. 

DuPoNT, Mrs. Pierre S. 

Earle, Mrs. George H., Jr. 

EisENLOHR, Charles J. 

Evans, Ralph B. 

Eels, Samuel S. 

Fisher, Edith T. 

Flagg, Mrs. Stanley G., Jr. 

Frazier, George Harrison 

Frazier,Mrs. George Harrison 

Fuller, Walter D. 

Fuller, Mrs. Walter D. 

Fuller, Mrs. William A. M. 

Gates, Thomas S. 

Geist, Clarence H. 

Gest, William P. 

Gibson, Mrs. Henry C. 

Greenfield, Albert M. 

Gribbel, John 

Griswold, Mrs. Frank Tracey 



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Groome, Mrs. John C. 
Hall AH AN, Walter J. 
Hart, Charles D. 
Hart, Mary M. 
Hatfield, Henry Reed 
Henson, Edward F. 
Hinchman, Margaretta S. 
Hockley, Amelia D. 
HoPKiNSON, Edward, Jr. 
Horn, Joseph V. 
Horner, Samuel, Jr. 
Hubbard, Mrs. Henry V. 
Huff, Mrs. George F. 
Humphreys, Letitia 
Hutchinson, Mrs. Joseph B. 
Hutchinson, Sydney E. 
Ingersoll, Henry McKean 
Ingersoll, R. Sturgis 
Jayne, Mrs. Henry LaBarre 
Jayne, Horace H. F. 
Jenkins, Charles F. 
Johnson, Alba B. 
Johnson, Mrs. Edwin J. 
Johnson, Mary Warner 
Keen, Edwin F. 
Kuehnle, C. Albert 
Ladd, Mrs. Westray 
Lavino, E. J. 
Lea, Arthur H. 
Lea, Mrs. Arthur H. 
Leeds, Morris E. 
Lippincott, J. Bertram 
LiPPiNCOTT, Mrs. J. Bertram 
LoEB, Arthur 
Mansure, Edmund L. 
Mason, John H., Sr. 
Mason, Rebecca P. SrEVEHSon 
McClatchy, John H. 
McCreary, Mrs. George D. 
McFadden, J. Franklin 
McGiLL, Mary E. 
McMichael, Emory 
McMuRTRiE, Ellen 
McViTTY, Albert E. 



Meirs, Mrs. Richard Waln 
Mercer, William R. 
Mercer, Mrs. William R. 
Morgan, Frances B. W. 
Morris, Lawrence J. 
Morris, Mrs. Samuel Wheeler 
Moss, Frank H. 
Moss, Mrs. Frank H. 
Munthe, Gen. J. W. N. 
MuNsoN, George S. 
MuNSON, Mrs. George S. 
Newbold, Arthur E., Jr. 
Newton, A. Edward 
Norton, Mrs. Nathaniel R. 
Peck, Staunton B. 
Peck, Mrs. Staunton B. 
Pell, Cornelia Livingston 
Penrose, Boies, ind 
Price, Warwick James 
Prime, Mrs. Alfred C. 
Randolph, Anna 
Rebmann, Godfrey 
Rebmann, Mrs. Godfrey 
Reifshtder, Howard 
Reilly, George 
Roberts, Mrs. Edward 
Robins, Thomas 

RODENBOUGH, ElMER E. 

Roosevelt, Nicholas G. 
rosenbach, a. s. w. 
RosENBACH, Philip H. 
Rossmassler, Mrs. Richard 

Sahta Eulalia, Couwess Elizabeth 

DE 

Saunders, William L., xnd 
Saunders, Mrs. William L., xnd 
Simon, Edward P. 
SiNKLER, Caroline S. 
Sinkler, Mrs. James M. R. 
Smith, Lewis Lawrence 
Smith, W. Hinckle 
Starr, Mrs. Isaac Tatnall 
Stengel, Mrs. Alfred 
Stewart, W, Plunkett 



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FELLOWS (Continue!) 



Stimson, Anna K. 

Stotesbury, Mrs. Edward T. 

Strawbridge, Frederic H. 

Strawbridge, Mrs. Frederic H. 

Sullivan, John J. 

Thomson, Anne 

Thomson, Mrs. Frank Graham 

Thomson, Walter S. 

TowNSEND, Mrs. David 

TuBiZE Artificial Silk Co. 

Van Dyke, J. W. 

Van Sciver, George D. 

Vaux, Henry Pepper 

Vaux, Mrs. Henry Pepper 



Wainwright, F. King 
Waller, Mrs. Littleton W. T., 

Jr. 

Wakamakek, Room ah 
Ward, T. Johnson 
Warriner, Samuel D. 
Williams, David E. 
Williams, John B. 
Wills, Mrs. William M. 
Windrim, John T. 
WuRTS, Mrs. C. Stewart 
Yarnall, Charlton 
Yarn all, Mrs. Charlton 
Ye ATM AN, Mrs. Pope 



Zimmermann, John E. 
HONORARY FELLOWS 



Barringer, Daniel M. 
Brock, Alice G. 
Brock, Henry G. 
Cadwalader, Mary H. F. 
Easby, Mrs. John H. 
Harrison, H. Norris 
Harrison, John, Jr. 
Hayward, Nathan 
Hayward, Mrs. Nathan 
Kuhn, C. Hartman 



Lea, Elizabeth Jaudon 
Lea, Van Antwerp 
Newbold, Clement B. 
Pennsylvania Hospital 
PiTCAiRN, Theodore 
Smith, Esther Morton 
Society of the Sons of 

St. George 
Wells, Helen Douw 
Wister, Owen 



LIFE MEMBERS 



Abbott, Yarnall 

Allen, Joseph 

AuDENRiED, Mrs. Lewis 

Baeder, Adamson & Co. 

Baily, Albert L. 

Barney, Charles D. 

Barney, James W. 

Battles, H. H. 

Battles, Mrs. H. H. 

Beardwood, Mrs. Joseph T. 

Beck, Adele M. 

Bein, August 

Bell, Mrs. Samuel Howard, Jr. 

Blaetz, Jacob H, 

Blakiston, Kenneth M. 



Blakiston, Mary 
Bland, P. Brooke 
Bland, Mrs. P. Brooke 
Boericke, Gideon 
Boger & Crawford 
Bower, F. B. 
Bower, William H. 
Brazier, E. Josephine 
Bread Y, Edwin F. 
Breck, Mrs. William Roger 
Brengle, Henry G. 
Brock, Henry G. 
Bryant, Henry G. 
BuDD, Edward G. 
Butcher, Henry C. 



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LIFE MEMBERS (Continued^ 



Butcher, Mrs. Henry C. 
Butler, Mrs. Edgar H. 
Caldwell, J. E. & Co. 
Campbell, Milton 
Canby, W. Marriott 
Canby, Mrs. W. Marriott 
Capp, Seth Bunker 
Carpenter, Aaron E. 
Chase, Mrs. Mary Justice 
Chichester, Mrs. George 
Clapp, Mrs. B. Frank 
Clark, Charles D. 
Clark, Walton 
Clark, Mrs. Walton 
Clarke, Louis S. 
Cochran, M. 
Coleman, Edward R. 
Collins, Alfred M. 
Collins, Henry H. 
Collins, Mrs. P. S. 
Cope, Caroline E. 
Crosby, Everett U. 
CuRWEN, Samuel M. 
D'AscENZo, Nicola 
Day, Mrs. Richard H. 
De La Cour, J. Carl 
De La Cour, Mrs. J. Carl 
DoBSON, John and James, Inc. 
Dodge, Mrs. James Mapes 
Dreer, Mrs. William F. 
Drexel, Mrs. John R. 
Drinker, Henry S. 
Duhring, Mrs. Henry 
duPontdeNemours,E. I. &Co. 
DwiER, W. Kirkland 
Eagleson, John 
Eddystone Mfg. Co. 
Elkins, George W., Jr. 
EsHNER, Augustus A. 
Evans, Charles 
Evans, Lena Cadwalader 
Evans, Thomas 
Evans, Mrs. Thomas 
Eyre, Mrs. Lawrence 



Fay, Leonard A. 

Fels, Mrs. Samuel S. 
Fisher, Maud 
Fleisher, Arthur A. 
Ford, Bruce 
Ford, Mrs. Bruce 
Foulkrod, Mrs. John J., Jr. 
Fromuth, August G. 
Galloway, Walter B. 
Garrett, Mrs. Walter 
Gest, Mrs. John Marshall 
Geyelin, Mrs. Emile C. 
Greene, Mrs. William H. 
Grove, Mrs. Henry S. 
Groves, Mrs. F. Stanley, Jr. 
Hacker, Mrs. Caspar W. 
Halstead, Mrs. David 
Harper, William Warner 
Harper, Mrs. William Warner 
Harrison, George L. 
Harrison, Henry Norris 
Harrison, John, Jr. 
Harvey, J. S. C. 
Harvey, Mrs. J. S. C. 
Harvey, R. Wistar 
Heimerdinger, Leo H. 
Heppe, Florence J. 
Hetzel, George C. 
Hill, George W. 
Hinchman, Anne 
Hires, Charles E. 
Hoffman, Mrs. J. Ogden 
HOLTON, J. S. W. 
Horn & Hard art Baking Co. 
HoRROCKs, Chas. M. &J. Howard 
horstmann, william h. 

& Sons 
HuNEKER, John F. 
Ingersoll, Mrs. Charles E. 
Ingersoll, Charles Jared 
Irwin, H. DeWitt 
Jackson, Albert Atlee 
Jackson, Mrs. Albert Atlee 
Jarden, Mrs. Mary Templin 



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LIFE MEMBERS (Continued) 



Jayne, David & Sons 
Johnson, Mrs. George K. 
Johnson, Herbert 
Johnson, R. Winder 
JusTi, Henry M. 
Keen, Mrs. Edwin F. 
Keen, Florence 
Kennedy, John M., Jr. 
Ketterlinus, J. Louis 
Ketterlinus, Mrs. J. Louis 
Klauder, Charles Z. 
Klebansky, Wolf 
Klebansky, Mrs. Wolf 
KoHN, Harry E. 
Kohn, Irving 

Krumbhaar, Mrs. Edward B. 
Landenberger, J. William 
Leisenring, Edward B. 
Lewis, Mrs. John Frederick 
Lewis, Richard A. 
Lloyd, Malcolm, Jr. 
LoEB, Mrs. Herman 
Logan, Mrs. Robert R. 
Louchheim, Jerome H. 
LowRY, John C. 
MacCoy, W. Logan 
MacCoy, Mrs. W. Logan 
MacNeill, William 
Madeira, Louis C. & Sons 
Martin, Mrs. Sydney E. 
Mason, Jane Graham 
Matteossian, Mrs. Her ant 

Baron 
May, Mrs. Joseph 
McCahan, William J., Jr. 
McLanahan, M. Hawley 
McMiCHAEL, Mrs. Emory 
McNeely, Miss Florence 
McNeely, Robert K. 
McNeely, Mrs. Robert K. 
McOwEN, Frederick 
Meigs, Arthur I. 
Mertz, Mrs. Oscar E. 
Mertz, Oscar E., Jr. 



Miles, Thomas H. 
Miller, Mrs. E. Clarence 
MiLLViLLE Mfg. Co. 
Milne, David 
Minds, John H. 
Montgomery, Robert L. 
Montgomery, Mrs. Robert L. 
Moore, Mrs. Amory C. 
Moore, Clarence B. 
Morris, Effingham B. 
Morton, Mrs. Arthur V. 
Newbold, Mrs. John S. 
Newton, Mrs. A. Edward 
Newton, E. Swift 
Newton, Mrs. Jewett B. 
Oehrle Brothers 
Oliver Knitting Co. 
Olsen, Tinius, Sr. 
Peck, Arthur 
Perot, T. Morris, Jr. 
PiTCAiRN, Raymond 
Powers, Thomas Harris 
Proctor and Schwartz 
Provident Trust Co. 
Quaker Lace Co. 
RoBBiNs, George A. 
Roberts, Mrs. Charles 
Roberts, George Brinton 
Roberts, Mrs. George Brinton 
Robins, Mrs. Thomas 
Robinson, Anthony Wayne 
Rossmassler, Walter H. 
Ryan, James J. 
Schmidt, Charles E. 

SCHOETTLE, EdWIN J. 

ScHOLEs, William, Sons, Inc. 
ScHWEHN, Harry J. 
Segal, Adolph 
Semple, Helen 
Semple, Mrs. Matthew 
Sewall, Arthur W. 
Sew ALL, Mrs. Arthur W. 
Smith, Henry C. 
Smith, Horace Eugene 



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LIFE MEMBERS (Continued) 



Smith, J. Willison 
Smith, Mrs. Jacqueline H. 
Smith, Mrs. Lewis Lawrence 
Spink, William 
Steel Heddle Mfg. Co. 
Steele, Joseph M. 
Stewardson, Emlyn L. 
Stokes, Mrs. Horace 
Sullivan, James J. 
SupPLEE- Wills-Jones Milk Co. 
SuTRO, Paul E. 
Sykes Brothers, Inc. 
Taft, Elihu B. 
Taylor, John C. 
Thayer, Mrs. Sydney 
Thomas, T. Lewis 
Thompson, Arthur W. 
Thropp, Mrs. Joseph E. 
Todd, Mrs. Forde Anderson 
ToNNER, Mrs. William T. 
TowNSEND, John Barnes 



TowNSEND, Mrs. John Barnes 
TowNSEND, Miss Pauline 
Tyler, Sydney F. 
Vaughan, Charles P. 
Vaughan, Mrs. Ira 
Wagner, Samuel 
Warner, Langdon 
Weimer, Albert B. 
Welsh, Francis Ralston 
Wetherill and Brother 
Whitall, Tatum Co. 
Williams, Mrs. David E. 
Wistar, J. Morris 
Wood, Mrs. Charles Martin 
Wood, Mrs. Richard D. 
Wood, Walter 
Woodward, Mrs. George 
Wriggins, Charles C. 
Wright, Mrs. Raymond D. B. 
Wyatt, Mrs. Walter S. 
Zimmerman, Mason W. 



ASSOCIATE 
McCurdy, Mrs. Josephine B. 



SUSTAINING MEMBERS 



Atlas Dye Works 
Brooks Brothers Co. 
Clothier, Isaac 
Fairmount Park Art 

Association 
Masland, C, H. & Sons, Inc. 



McGuiRK, John J. 
Roberts, Mrs. Percival, Jr. 
Stead-Miller Company 
Wetherill, Mrs. Samuel P. 
Wood, Edward Randolph 
WuRTS, Robert Kennedy 



CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS 



Abbott's Alderney Dairies 
Aitkin, A. King 
Albrecht, Nicholas 
Art Alliance, The 
Ashbrook, Roland 
Bachman, Mr. and Mrs. 

Frank H. 
Bacon, Mrs. C. C. 
Bains, E. 
Bains, George, Jr. 



Bates, Daniel Moore 
Batty, George 
Biddle, Mr. and Mrs. 

James G. 
Bloch, Arthur 
Bochmann, F. A. and 

Company, Inc. 
Bodine, William W. 
Bonnell, Mrs. Henry H. 
Bromley, Henry S. 



Broomall, Mrs. Harold S. 
Brown, Landy B. 
Browne, Mrs. John Coates 
Brownell, Eleanor O. 
Burlap, Martin 
Burpee, Mrs. Frank H. 
Byram, E. Spencer 
Campbell, John J. 
Carstairs, Daniel H. 
Clay, Helen Maud 



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Clay, Mrs. Mary F. R. 
Clothier, Isaac H., Jr. 
Collins, Mrs. Henry L., Jr. 
Community Finance 

Service, Inc. 
Converse, Mary E. 
Cooke, Mrs. Morris 

Llewellyn 
Crozcr, George K., Jr. 
Cunningham, Wilfred H. 
Curran, Mrs. George W. 
Curric, Barton W. 
Cuyler, Mrs. T. DeWitt 
Darlington, William M. 
Dashiell, Mrs. P. T. 
Davis, Charles N. 
Dearnley, Elizabeth 
Degn, William L. 
Delany, Charles 
Dixon, Mrs. C. G. 
Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. 

Donald D. 
Doughten, William S. 
Drexel, Mrs. George W. 

Childs 
Dykeman & Loeb 
Fischer, A. Koerting 
Fisher, Howard W. 
Fisher, Mrs. Thomas 
Fletcher Works 
Foerderer, Percival E. 
Fox, Hannah 
Freeman, Mrs. Samuel M. 
Freund, Rudolph 
Friedberger-Aaron 

Manufacturing Company 
Gamble, James 
Gates, Jay 
Gibbs Underwear 

Company 
Gilmour, R. and A. J. 
Gimbel, Ethel N. 
Goldstein, Leopold 
Goodell, E. P. 
Gray, Wilfred 
Hackett, Mr. and Mrs. 

George E. 
Hamilton, Richard J. 
Hano, Lester 
Hart, Mrs. Charles 

McCurdy 
Hart, Hugh D. 
Hastings, Mrs. Robert E. 
Heath, Leslie O. 
Hellerman, Mrs. Harry, Sr. 
Henderson, Mrs. Samuel J. 
Hiester, Mrs. Isaac 



Holmes, William L. 

Howland, Alice G. 

Ingersoll, Jeannie H. 

Ionic Mills 

Jeanes, Mrs. Isaac W. 

Jones, Frederick T. 

Kaufmann, Morris 

Kelley, John A., Jr. 

Kerr, Mrs. George M. 

Kind, Hermine 

Knox, Charles C. 

Lafore, Mrs. John A. 

Lea, Charles M. 

Legge, Percy A. 

Leighton, A. O. 

Leighton, Mrs. A. O. 

Levering, Frank D. 

Levering, J. Walter 

Lewis, Mrs. Saunders, Jr. 

Lewis, Theodore J. 

Ley, Mrs. Harold G. 

Logan Investment Society 

Lippincott, C. Carroll 

Lucfington, C. Townsend 

Ludington, Mrs. C. 
Townsend 

MacCoy, Helen 

Mallery, Otto T. 

Markoe, Mrs. John 

Marsden, Mrs. Biddle R. 

Martz, H. R. 

McKinley, Richard S. 

McQuillen, Daniel N. 

McShea, Walter Ross 

Mellor, Norman 

Merrick, J. Hartley 

Millville Manufacturing 
Company 

Mitchell, Allen R. and Sons 

Molthon, E. H. 

Montgomery, William J. 

Morris, E. H. 

Morris, H. C. 

Moss Rose Manufactur- 
ing Company 

Murphy, Edward 

Nalle, Mrs. Richard T. 

Nathanson, Mrs. Harry M. 

Newbold, Eugene S. 

Oelbermann, William D. 

Oliver, Mrs. L. Stauffer 

Page, Mrs. Louis Rodman 

Parker, Mrs. Alvin A. 

Parker, Robert B. 

Peirce, Wilmot Grant 

Peirce, Mrs. Wilmot Grant 

Pepper, Mrs. William 



Perot, Mrs. T. Morris, Jr. 
Peterson, Arthur 
Pew, J. Howard 
Phelps, Henry F. 
Philadelphia Carpet Mills 
Philadelphia Felt 

Company 
Phillips, Joseph L. 
Posey, William Campbell 
Quinn, Richard Lewis 
Read, William F. and 

Sons Company 
Reilly, Mrs. John 
Reilly, Mrs. Joseph H. 
Rhoads, William G. 
Rivinus, E. F. 
Rosenbach Galleries, The 
Rush, Mrs. Benjamin 
Samuel, Frank 
Sanborn, Edward H. 
Sauveur, Franklin D. 
Schiedt, J. Henry 
Schmidt, Mrs. Edward 

A. 
Seeler, Mrs. Edgar V. 
Sewell, Mrs. W.J.,Jr. 
Sharp, Harry S. 
Sharpies, William 
Shrigley, Ethel Austin 
Simon, Mrs. Stephen J. 
Smith, J. Mark 
Smith, Ludlow Ogden 
Snowden, F. Laird 
Sparks, John W. 
Sproules, Edward G. 
Stroud, Mrs. Morris W. 
Sullivan, Marshall P. 
Thomson, Anne, Jr. 
Tily, Herbert J. 
Trainer, Joseph C. 
Turner, John S. 
Walther, John F. 
Warden, Mrs. Clarence A. 
Wasserman, Howard 
Wentz, Mrs. Daniel B. 
West, Isabelle 
Wheeler, Mrs. Walter T. 
Whitall, Mrs. John M. 
Whiteley and Collier 
Willard, Mrs. De Forest P. 
Willcox, James M. 
Wilmsen, Bernard 
Wilson, W. Reynolds 
Winsor, Mrs. James D. 
Wood, Clement B. 
Wood, John J. 
Wood, Marion Biddle 



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Abbott, Francis L. 
Abbott, Frank R. 
Abbott, Fred W. 
Abbott, Gertrude 
Abbott, J. Herman 
Abmeyer, Gustav W. E. 
Abrahams, Robert D. 
Academy of the New 

Church Library 
Achuff, Robert P. 
Acker, Mrs. Finley 
Acton, Kesniel C. 
Adaire, Alexander 
Adams, Francis P. 
Adams, Mrs. Henry Allen 
Adamson, Mrs. C. B. 
Addie, Mrs. Thomas 

Heriot 
Addis, Leonard M. 
Adclhelm, John S. 
Adger, Willian 
Adler, Francis Heed 
Adolph, Albert J. 
Acrtsen, Mrs. GuilHaem, 

Jr. 

Alden, E. H. 
Alexander, Benjamin 
Alexander, Edward T. 
Alexander, Mrs. G. H. 
Alexander, Mrs. Griffith 
Alexander, Mrs. Jas. Leon 
Alexander, Mrs. Helen V. 
Alexander, Leo 
Alleman, Gellert 
Allen, A. Rushton 
Allen, Agnes 
Allen, Clifford P., Jr. 
Allen, Curtis 
Allen, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Allen, Eugene, Y. 
Allen, Mrs. Frederick V. 
Allen, Leonidas 
Allen, Maria McKean 
Allen, Ralph C. 
Allen, William L. 
Allen, Mrs. William N. 
Alpern, Max 
Alteneder, Marie A. 
Altmaier, Carl Lewis 
Alwyne, Horace 
Amadouni, Yervant V. 
Ambler, Mr. and Mrs. 

Harry S., Jr. 
Amos, Harry M. 
Amsterdam, Philip 



ANNUAL MEMBERS 

Anathan, Mrs. Louis 
Andersen, William E. 
Anderson, Claude J. K. 
Anderson, Mrs. ClaudeJ. K. 
Anderson, Cyrus N. 
Anderson, Mrs. David G. 
Anderson, E. H. 
Anderson, Mrs. Edward A. 
Anderson, F. R. 
Anderson, Harriet 
Anderson, Harvey 
Anderson, James R. 
Anderson, Lulu C. Adams 
Anderson, Mrs. Matthew 
Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. 

Rudolph 
Anderson, W. M. 
Anderson, Mrs. William 

Downs 
Anderson, William S. 
Andruss, W. A. 
Anne, Frances 
Ansell, Henry A. 
Antrim, Mrs. Phyllis L. 
Appel, George F. Baer 
Applegatc, S. E. 
Archer, Adrian P. 
Archer, Mrs. F. Morse 
Archer, Wilbur L., Jr. 
Argentiere, Jos. R. 
Armistead, Mrs. George A. 
Armistead, Mrs. S G. 
Armistead, Mrs. W. M. 
Arms, Robert L. 
Armstrong, Mrs. F. Wallis 
Arndt, Chas. Henry 
Arneth, J. A. 
Arnett, W. W.,Jr. 
Arnold, Mrs. Miriam K. 
Arnold, Mrs. Paul 
Aronson, H. A. 
Arrup, Olga M. 
Arter, Mrs. Winfield 
Asam, Henry 
Ashbridge, Emily R. 
Ashbrook, Mrs. Joseph 
Ashbrook, Mrs. Wm. S. 
Ashhurst, Harriet 
Ashhurst, Mrs. Samuel 
Ashman, Charles T. 
Ashman, Mrs. Charles T. 
Ashton, George T. 
Ashton, Mrs. Leonard 
Ashton, Mrs. Thomas G. 
Aspel, Joseph 



Assenheimer, Charles F, 
Astley, Mrs. G. Mason 
Atkinson, Elizabeth A. 
Atkinson, J. Powell 
Atkinson, J. Raymond 
Atkinson, James H. 
Atkinson, Thomas H. 
Atkinson, W. C. 
Atkiss, William 
Atwood, Mrs. John C, 

Jr. 

Auerbach, Samue! 
Austin, Mrs. Esmonde H 
Austin, Mrs. Frank E. 
Austin, Richard L. 
Ayers, H. H. and A. B. 
Ayres, Helen 
Babbitt, Niles S. 
Babcock, Mrs. W. Wayne 
Bache, Mrs. Franklin 
Bache, Margaret H. 
Bachman, DeForest L. 
Bachman, Mrs. Ivan C. 
Bachofer, J. Louis 
Backman, Hyman 
Bacon, Mrs. Albert E. 
Bacon, Ellis 
Bacon, Mrs. Francis L. 
Baer, B. F.,Jr. 
Bahr, A. W. 
Bailey, A. M. 
Bailey, Edward P. 
Bailey, James B. 
Bailey, Mrs. James B. 
Bailey, Raymond H. 
Bailey, Walter C. 
Bainbridge, Henry Clay 
Bains, Mrs, Henry, 3d 
Baird, Edgar W. 
Baird, Joseph 
Baird, Mrs. Mathew 
Baker, Mrs. Franklin, Jr. 
Baker, Mrs. George Fales 
Baker, Rose 
Balano, Mrs. P. H. 
Balch, Mrs. Edwin Swift 
Balderston, Mrs. H. L. 
Baldi, Vito M. 
Baldino, Basil F. 
Baldwin, Arthur R. 
Baldwin, Kate W. 
Baldwin, R. Robert 
Ball, Thomas H. 
Ballard, Mrs. Ellis Ames 
Ballard, Frederic Lyman 



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Ballenberg, Gustav C. 
Ballinger, Robert I. 
Banes, Mrs. Walter D. 
Barber, Mrs. G. C, 3rd 
Barclay, Mrs. William 

Lyttleton 
Bardenheuer, L. 
Bardsley, Walter R. 
Baringer, Milton F. 
Barker, Rodman 
Barker, Samuel H. 
Barker, Walter 
Barlement, Philip L. 
Barlow, Emma 
Barlow, Mrs. S. B. 
Barnard, Boyd T. 
Barnard, E. P. 
Barnes, Harriet L. 
Barnes, Mrs. John 

Hampton 
Barnes, Warren S. 
Barnett, Harry Newton 
Barnett, John 
Baron, A. 
Barr, Florence K. 
Barr, Mrs. James W. 
Barraclough, Henry 
Barratt, Alfred 
Barry, James B. 
Barth, Henry 
Bartley, Ruth R. 
Bartol, Eleanor G. 
Bartol, Mary Grier 
Bass, Joseph H. 
Bassett, H. P. 
Bateman, Francis C. 
Bateman, T. H. 
Bates, Mrs. Frederick 
Bates, Mrs. Marie B. 
Baton, H. E. 
Baugh, Helene A. 
Baxter, C. C. 
Baylinson, S. Brian 
Bayliss, Charles W. 
Beale, Clifford 
Beale, Constance R. 
Beale, L. T. 
Beam, Mrs. Perry 
Beard, Marcia L. 
Beardsley, E. J. G. 
Beardsley, Mrs. E. J. G. 
Beath, E. R. 
Beatty, Lawrence R. 
Beaumont, Charles O. 
Bechmann, Mrs. William 
Beck, Charles W., Jr. 
Becker, Gustav 



Beckman, Joseph S. 
Beckurts, Chas. Lewis 
Bedford, J. Claude 
Beechwood, George E. 
Beerwald, Benjamin D. 
Beggs, Anastasia McC. 
Behrer, Mrs. Lovey A. 
Beidler, Elsie S. 
Beifield, Charles H. 
Bein, Amelia E. 
Beishlag, Mrs. B. E. 
Belber, Aaron S. 
Belding, Mrs. Wm. Squire 
Bell, Albert T. 
Bell. C. Herbert 
Bell, Emily 
Bell, Mrs. James McK. 
Bell, John Cromwell 
Bell, Samuel, Jr. 
Bell, Mrs. Samuel, Jr. 
Belmont, E. A. 
Belmont, L. A. 
Belmont, Leo 
Belsterling, William F. 
Bement, William P. 
Benbow, George L. 
Bencker, Ralph B. 
Bendere, Edward 
Benkert, Carrie 
Benkert, Josephine 
Benkert, W. C, Sr. 
Bennett, Stanley 
Bennett, William A. 
Benson, Mrs. Edwin N. 
Benson, Mrs. James F. 
Benson, John W. 
Benson, R. Dale, Jr. 
Benvignati, Mario 
Benze, C. Theodore 
Berens, Bernard 
Berg, Adolph 
Berger, M. Russell 
Berkelbach, John S. 
Bernhard, Joseph 
Bernheimer, L. G. 
Berrisford, Mrs. Ella 

Rowley 
Berry, Sarah 
Bert, James B. 
Bertolet, J. Allen 
Bertolette, Helen 
Berwind, Mrs. Charles G. 
Beta Gamma Sigma 

Sorority 
Bettison, William Reese 
Beury, Charles E. 
Biberman, Lewis 



Bickel, Charles E., Sr. 

Bickel, M. L. 

Bickley, George Howard 

Biddle, Alfred A. 

Biddle, Charles W. 

Biddle, Mrs. Charles 

Biddle, Miss Christine 

Biddle, Mrs. Clement 

Biddle, Edith F. 

Biddle, Edward 

Biddle, Edward M. 

Biddle, Mrs. Edward W. 

Biddle, Emily W. 

Biddle, Mrs. George 

Biddle, L. L. 

Biddle, Livingston L. 

Biederman, Louis 

Biernbaum, John Windrim 

Biles, Mrs. George H. 

Biles, W. G. 

Billetdoux, Chester A. 

Birdsall, Joseph C. 

Bishop, Abigail 

Bishop, Hope L. 

Bishop, James C. 

Bishop, Mrs. Philip 

Bishop. William 

Bisler, G. A., Jr. 

Bissell, E. Perot 

Bjornsgaard, P. L. 

Black, Bertha 

Blackburne, Mrs. John S. 

Blake, Mrs. Sidney S. 

Blakeley, Mrs. Marshall 

Blakiston, Emma 

Blanckensee, Leon 

Blankenburg, Mrs. 
Rudolph 

Blankley, William W. 

Blechschmidt, Jules 

Blight, Mrs. William S. 

Bliss, Louis B 

Blitzstein, M. L. and 
Company 

Bloch, Mrs. Bernard 

Block, Mrs. Gordon A. 

Blood, Mrs. Russell 

Bloom, Homer C. 

Bloomfield, Mrs. Maxi- 
milian 

Blum, Charles 

Blumenthal, Mr. and Mrs 
Joseph 

Blumenthal, Moses 

Boccella, Vincent 

Bodine, Mrs. Joseph L. 

Bodine, Mr. S. Laurence 



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Boericke, Mrs. E. R. 
Boericke, Mrs. John J. 
Boeshore, Miller H. 
Boettner, Mrs. Grace C. 
Bohan, Mrs. Mary Reap 
Bok, W. Curtis 
Bolder, Samuel 
Bole, Mrs. John Clark 
Boles, Russell S. 
Bolger, T. Howard 
Bolton, Mrs. Samuel 
Boner, Mrs. Mary H. 
Bonsall, Alice R. 
Bonsall, Rodney T. 
Boothroyd, Walter C. 
Borda, C. A. 
Borden, Mrs. James B. 
Borie, Charles L., Jr. 
Bornet, Vaughn T. 
Borst, George H. 
Bortel, Samuel B. 
Borthwick, Ralph C. 
Bortin, Mrs. David 
Borton, C. Walter 
Borton, Mrs. G. W. 
Bosch, F. J. 
Bosler, Mrs. Lester C. 
Boston, L. N. 
Bostwick, Mrs. George A, 
Botting, Clarke T. 
Boudart, Charles J. 
Boulden, C. C. 
Bouse, Robert L. 
Bowen, Samuel S. 
Bower, Mrs. George R. 
Bower, John K. 
Bower, John L. 
Bower, Louis 
Boyce, Henry S. 
Boyd, Harry B. 
Boyd, James 
Boyer, Lillie Elizabeth 
Boyer, Mrs. Francis 
Boyer, Mrs. Henry C. 
Boyle, William M. 
Bradbury, Mrs. Samuel 
Bradford, J. S. 
Bradley, Mrs. Emma V. 
Bradley, Mrs. John A. 
Brady, W. T. 
Braley, Elizabeth W. 
Brannen, Alfred J. 
Brannen, Laurence 
Branson, Thomas F. 
Branson, Mrs. Thomas F. 
Brasington, Elizabeth H. 
Braun, Eugene A. 



Braun, Mrs. W. F. Harold 
Braun, William, Jr. 
Brazer, Clarence W. 
Brazier, Mrs. H. Bartol 
Breeding, Earl B. 
Brcgy, Mrs. Caroline 

Harrah 
Brehman, A. Balfour 
Breisch, Mrs. Annie M. 
Breneman, Joseph T. 
Brennan, James M. 
Brenner, S. S. 
Breuil, Mrs. James F. 
Brewer, Franklin N. 
Breyer, Henry W. 
Brice, C. Fred 
Brice, Mrs. C. Fred 
Bright, Anna Linn 
Bright, John Irwin 
Bright, W. Stanley 
Brill, Frederic W. 
Brinkmann, Leon 
Brinton, Clarence C. 
Brinton, Francis D. 
Brinton, Mrs. Joseph Hill 
Brinton, R. L. 
Brinton, Walter 
Brinton, Mrs. Walter 
Brister, Mrs. Elizabeth B. 
Britton, Mrs. A. D. 
Brock, Mrs. Horace 
Brodhead, Mrs. Truxton R. 
Brodsky, Harry 
Brody, Louis 
Broecker, Lydia M. 
Bromley, Charles S , Jr. 
Brooke, Mrs. George 
Brooke, Maurice 
Brooke, Mr. and Mrs. 

Robert E. 
Brooks, A. J. 
Brooks, Alfred M. 
Brooks, Cora 
Brooks, Mrs. Harvene R. 
Brooks, Morris 
Broomall, H. S. 
Broshek, Mrs. Joseph J. 
Broughal, D. J. 
Browder, Mrs. J. B. 
Brown, Agnes W. 
Brown, Andrew V. 
Brown, Mrs. C. M. 
Brown, Mrs. Charles L. 
Brown, Mrs. Charles T. 
Brown, Clarence M. 
Brown, Clarence W. 
Brown, Claude P. 



Brown, Coleman P. 
Brown, Dee Carlton 
Brown, Everett H., Jr. 
Brown, F. G. 
Brown, Mrs. Francis 

Shunk 
Brown, Paul G. 
Brown, Henry Tatnall 
Brown, Jay H. 
Brown, Mrs. Richard P. 
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. 

Samuel B. 
Brown, T. Wistar, 3rd 
Brown, Walter 
Browning, Mrs. Edward 
Brown, William Findlay 
Brown, Mrs. Wilson H. 
Brownell, Abigail F. 
Bruehl, Mrs. Mary J. 
Bruen, Catherine A. 
Brumbaugh, G. Edwin 
Bruner, Francis A. 
Brunhouse, Errol R. 
Brunker, Robert J. 
Bruson, Mrs. H. A. 
Bryant, Mrs. William 
Buckley, Edward S., Jr 
Buckley, Herbert L. 
Buckley, Walter W. 
Budd, Edward G., Jr. 
Buehler, Mrs. William G. 
Buell, Frances M. 
Buffum, Mrs. William P. 
Buhler, Mrs. Frank W 
Bullard, Alfred 
Bullard, Hope F. 
Bullitt, Margaret E. 
Bullitt, Mrs. Orville H. 
Bullock, Mrs. Benjamin 
Bullock, Mrs. Horace 
Bunker, Mr. and Mrs. 

George H. 
Burgess, James W. 
Burgin, Mr. and Mrs. 

Samuel S. 
Burk Brothers 
Burk, Henry 
Burkart, Frederick P. 
Burke, John F. 
Burkhardt, John, Jr. 
Burnham, E. Lewis 
Burnham, Mrs. G., 3rd 
Burns, Robert 
Burnshaw, Mildred R. 
Burnstine, Daniel 
Burr, Charles W. 
Burrell, Horace H. 



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Burroughs, Mrs. Joseph H. 

Bursk, Robert G. 

Burston, L. J. 

Burt, Edith B. 

Burt, M. Theodora 

Burton, Mrs. Alfred 

Bushnell, Joseph, Jr. 

Bushong, Mrs. M. E. 

Butcher, Mrs. Howard, Jr. 

Buten, Harry 

Butler, Mrs. Charles Noble 

Butler, Mrs. Charles S. 

Butler, Mrs. George T. 

Butler, Mrs. Laurance 

Butterworth, Henry W. 

Button, Jane W. 

Button, Mrs. Joseph 
Priestly 

Buzby, Charles E. 

Buzby, Ethel M. 

Byall, Mrs. J. Bruce 

Bye, Arthur Edwin 

Byers, Mr. and Mrs. 
Wm. Claude 

Cabeen, Frank A., Jr. 

Cadbury, John Warder, Jr. 

Cadwalader, Charles M. B. 

Cadwalader, Mrs. Lambert 
Cadwalader, Sophie 
Cahn, Tillman 
Calder, Mrs. W. C. 
Caldwell, Mrs. James 

Emott 
Caldwell, Marjorie 

Tatnall 
Calkins, Frederic H. 
Callahan, Catherine 
Calvert, Wallace A. 
Calwell, Charles S. 
Calwell, Mrs. Charles S. 
Calwell, Eleanor 
Camero, Blanche 
Cameron, Samuel P. 
Camp, Frank M. 
Camp, Mrs. Frank M. 
Campbell, Cora A. 
Campbell, Mrs. Mason 
Campbell, Mrs. Milton 
Campbell, William E. 
Campion, Mrs. H. Clifford 
Campion, H. F. 
Campion, Herbert G. 
Canby, W. Marriott 
Caner, Mrs. Harrison K. 
Cardeza, T. D. M. 
Carey, John 
Carlson, Ida 



Carnwath, James 
Carpenter, J. Fred 
Carpenter, John T. 
Carr, Henry Ashley 
Carr, William A. 
Carre, Frank L. 
Carrigan, Mrs. Gordon 
Carroll, Peter F. 
Carroll, Thomas A. 
Carruthers, Mary R. 
Carson, John T. 
Carson, Joseph 
Carson, Robert, Sr. 
Carson, Sarah Whelcn 
Carson, T. I. 
Carson, Mrs. T. Nevin 
Carter, Mrs. Charles L. 
Carter, Mrs. Ethel 
Carter, Mrs. James 

Newman 
Carter, Mrs. Katherinc E. 
Cartey, John 
Carry, Andrew J. 
Carver, Mrs. Nason 
Cary, C. Reed 
Casey, J. P. 
Castner, Samuel, Jr. 
Casto, Theodore 
Castor, Mrs. William O. 
Castor, Zazil L. 
Catherine, Irwin T. 
Cauffman, Louise C. 
Cay wood, Harry 
Chabrow, David 
Chadwick, Mrs E. F. 
Chahoon, Mrs. M. D. 

Owen 
Chamberlain, Mrs. 

William 
Chambers, Francis T. 
Chambers, Mrs. Francis 

T.,Jr. 
Chambers, George E. 
Chambers, J. Howard 
Chambers, Mrs. J. 

Howard 
Champion, Mrs. Earl M. 
Chance, E. M. 
Chance, Mrs. Robert C. 
Chandlee, Edward E. 
Chandler, Mrs. George F. 
Chandler, Mrs. Nancy K. 
Channell, Mary A. 
Chapman, Mrs. H. Cad- 
walader 
Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. 

Henry 



Chapman, William R., Jr. 
Chase, Walter J. 
Cheatham, Henry P. 
Cherry, Isaac 
Cheston, Mrs. J. Hamilton 
Chew, David S. B. 
Chew, Elizabeth B. 
Chew, Mrs. Oswald 
Cholerton, Arthur 
Chorley, Mrs. Sarah E. 
Christensen, Adolph 
Christian, A. W. 
Christian, Edward D. 
Chrystie, Mrs. Walter 
Chudnoff, H. 
Church, Arthur L. 
Church, Mrs. Edgar 
Church, Mrs. Herbert 
Clapp, Mrs. Algernon R. 
Clapper, S. M. D. 
Clark, Bertha 
Clark, Mrs. C. Howard, Jr. 
Clark, Clarence H. 
Clark, Mrs. Clarence H. 
Clark, E. W.,Jr. 
Clark, Mrs. Edward W. 
Clark, Edward Walter, 3rd 
Clark, Mrs. Edward 

Walter 3rd 
Clark, Herbert L. 
Clark, Mrs. Herbert L. 
Clark, Mrs. John G. 
Clark, Joseph S. 
Clark, Lewis Neilson 
Clark, Percy H. 
Clark, Mrs. Scott 
Clarke, Charles H. 
Clarke, J. E. 
Clarke, Jacob Orie 
Clarke, John L. 
Clarke, John Murdoch 
Clattenburg, A. E. 
Clausen, William H., Jr. 
Clay, Gladys M. 
Clay, Mrs. E. Bissell 
Clay, Thomas W. W. 
Clayberger, B. Frank, Jr. 
Clayton, Paul 
Clegg, John William 
Clemencc, Victor B. 
Clement, M. W. 
Clement, Thomas F. 
Clements, Samuel 
Clements, Mrs. Samuel 

M.,Jr. 
Clerf, Louis H. 
Cleveland, L. W.,Jr. 



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Clifton, Mrs. Gorham 
Clopp, George B. 
Clothier, Caroline 
Clothier, Mrs. Isaac, Jr. 
Clothier, Mr. and Mrs. 

Morris L. 
Clothier, Walter 
Clothier, Mrs. Walter 
Clothier, Mrs. William J. 
Cluett, George A. 
Clyde, Mrs. Benj. F. 
Clyde, Margaret 
Coale, Edith S. 
Coale, T. E. 
Coale, William Ellis 
Coates, Mrs. J. Lloyd 
Coates, William M. 
Cobbett, Alfred H. 
Cobden, Mrs. A. B. 
Cochrane, Mrs. Henry C. 
Cochrane, Katherinc L. 
Coenen, Margaret 
Cogan, Thomas E. 
Coggeshall, Mrs. T. 

Russell 
Cogswell, Elizabeth Rae 
Cohen, Herman L. 
Cohen, Samuel F. 
Cohn, Leon 
Cohen, William 
Colahan, John B., 3rd 
Colahan, Mrs. John B., 3rd 
Colahan, Thomas D. 
Cole, E. Z. 
Cole, Elston C. 
Cole, Harry C. 
Coleman, Mrs. Clinton B. 
Coleman, Mrs. G. Dawson 
Coleman, Philip F. 
Coles, Mrs. Strieker 
Coley, Walter R. 
Colket, Mrs. C. Howard 
Colket, E. Burton 
Colket, Tristram C, md 
Collier, John J. 
Collin, Dorothy K. 
Collings, Mrs. Walter N. 
Collingwood, Jennie 
Collins, David J. 
Collins, Mrs. David J. 
Collins, James Monroe 
Collins, James S. 
Collins, Henry L. 
Collins, Mrs. William J. 
Colton, Ralph L. 
Combes, Horace M. 
Comfort, W. W. 



Comly, Catherine F. 
Comly, Emma Ridgway 
Compton, B. L. 
Condon, Carol V. 
Conlan, Mrs. Walter A. 
Conlen, William J. 
Connelly, James A. 
Connelly, Mrs. John P. 
Connelly, W. W. 
Connor, Hamilton C. 
Connor, T. Edward 
Conway, F. P. 
Cook, Mrs. Chester P. 
Cook, E. W. 
Cook, Gustavus W. 
Cook, Mrs. H. C. 
Cooke, Mrs. George J. 
Cooke, Harry H. 
Cooke, Mrs. Jay, Jr. 
Cooke, Mrs. Jay, ind 
Cooper, Frank G. 
Cooper, Mrs. Harriet M. 
Cooper, Maurice J. 
Cooper, Nathaniel F. 
Cooper, Walter L 
Cooper, William A. 
Cope, Elizabeth 
Cope, Thomas A. 
Copeland, J. Frank 
Copp, Dorothy Evans 
Coppin, Mrs. M. E. 

Thompson 
Corbus, John 
Corcoran, Matthew John 
Corey, William B. 
Corin, Magnus F. 
Cornell, Howard E. 
Cornell, John W., Jr. 
Coss, Mrs. John D. 
Coulter, John S. 
Courboin, Charles M. 
Cover, Mrs. Thomas, Jr. 
Coward, Mrs. Joseph 
Cowperthwait, Charles T. 
Cox, Richard S. 
Cox, Mrs. Walter S. 
Coxe, Mrs. Charles E. 
Coxe, Mrs. E. B., 3rd 
Coxe, J. Alfred 
Coxe, Mrs. Whitwell W. 
Cozens, Henrietta 
Craig, Mrs. Clark R. 
Craig, Mary H. 
Crain, Mrs. Edmund 

Cavileer 
Cramp, Norman W. 
Crane, A. Ross 



Crane, Raymond C. 
Craven, Claude L. 
Craven, John H. 
Craven, W. A. 
Crawford, Mrs. Alex. L. 
Crawford, Elizabeth 
Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. 

J. P. W. 
Crease, Mrs. Orlando 
Credo, Charles F. 
Creighton, Edward B. 
Creskoff, A. Jcre. 
Cresson, Mrs. Caleb 
Crcsswell, Mrs. Charles T 
Cret, Paul P. 
Crittenden, Mrs. Wm. J. 
Crook, Alfred 
Cross, Edgar G. 
Cross, Mrs. S. H. 
Crossingham, Mrs. J. H., 

Sr. 
Crosson, Charles J. 
Crothers, Samuel 
Crowder, Emma 
Crowell, F. R. 
Crowell, T. Allen 
Crozier, Mrs. David E. 
Cryer, Mrs. Matthew H. 
Culver, Mrs. Theodore B. 
Cummins, C. 
Cummiskey, M. E. 
Cunningham, Alan Craig 
Cunningham, Elizabeth 

Barry 
Curran, James 
Curtin, Mrs. William 

W. 
Curtis, H. E. 
Curtiss, Elliott 
Custer, Ella B. 
Cutler, Walter P. 
Dale, Edward C. 
Dales, E. Lewis 
Dallam, David English 
Dallam, Mrs. John L. 
Dal sen, Jos. N. 
Dalton, William J. 
Dana, Mrs. Charles E. 
Daniel, John C. 
Daniels, Annie M. 
Dannenbaum, Harry M. 
Dannenbaum, Herman D. 
Dannenhaur, C. W. 
Darlington, Mrs. Jos. G. 
Davenport, Mrs. Russell 

W. 
David, Mrs. Edward W. 



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Davidge, Carrie 


Delbert, Simon, Jr. 


Davids, Richard W. 


Delcher, Irving B. 


Davidson, Louis 


deLima, Mrs. Miriam 


Davidson, William G. 


E. A. 


Davies, George C. 


Delk, Mrs. Elizabeth 


Davis, Mrs. Anna H. 


Giles 


Davis, Bernard 


DeLong, E. F. 


Davis, Mrs. Doris D. 


DeLong, Frank E. 


Davis, Edward 


DeLong, Mrs. J. Wayne 


Davis, Mrs. Edward 


DeLong, Warren B. 


Davis, Eleanor B. 


deMacedo, J. J. 


Davis, F. G. 


Denby, Charles, Jr. 


Davis, George C. 


Denckla, Paul 


Davis, H. L., Jr. 


Denney, J. M. 


Davis, Harry C. 


Denney, William F., Sr. 


Davis, Mrs. Isaac R. 


Dercum, Francis X. 


Davis, Mrs. J. B. 


Dercum, Mrs. Francis X 


Davis, Jenness H. 


deSchweinitz, G. E. 


Davis, Mrs. Joseph A. 


Desmond, Mrs. M. L. 


Davis, Kenneth F. 


Detweiler, Oscar L. 


Davis, M. Elizabeth 


Develin, Mrs. James A. 


Davis, Mary 


Dever, Joseph P. 


Castleman 


Devereaux, H. S. 


Davis, Paul A., 3rd 


Devlin, Charles A. 


Davis, Mrs. Robert Hare 


Dewar, A. L. Jr. 


Davis, Russell S. 


Dewey, Walter E. 


Davis, Mrs. S. Boyer 


DeWinton, George W. 


Davis, W. John 


Dexter, C. L. 


Davy, Mrs. Harry H. 


Dexter, Marion Sim 


Dawes, James H. 


Diament, A. L. 


Dawson, Thomas and 


Dick, Lewis R. 


Company 


Dickerson, O. D. 


Day, Mrs. Frank Miles 


Dickey, Mrs. Charles 


Dayton, Mrs. S. Grey 


D.,Jr. 


Deacon, Benjamin 


Dickey, Eloise P. 


Dean, Georgeanna F. 


Dickey, J., Jr. 


Dean, John P. 


Dickson, M. S. 


Dearden, Mrs. E. Chapin 


Diesel, Mrs. Harrison N 


Dearnley, Charles E. 


Dilks, W. Stewart 


Deasy, Mrs. John F. 


Dilks, Mrs. Walter H. 


Deats, E. Richard 


Dillon, Edward Saunders 


Deauville, Jay 


Dillon, James L. 


deCerkez, Mrs. Demetrius 


DiLuzio, Mark T. 


T. 


Dingee, Albert N. 


Decker, Christian F. 


Dishal, Herman 


Decker, T. Frank 


Disston, William D. 


Dechert, Robert 


Dittman, H. M. 


Deeter, Paxson 


Diven, John 


deForest, Mrs. Robert W. 


Dixon, Mrs. Edwin S. 


DeGinther, R. G. 


Dixon, Mrs. Fitz Eugene 


Deitz, George W. 


Dixon, Mrs. James M. 


DeKrafFt, William 


Doak, Charles B. 


DeLaney, Arthur J. 


Doak, Samuel E. 


Delany, Mrs. Charles 


Doak, Mrs. Samuel E. 


Delany, Mabel Gertrude 


Doerr, F. W. 


Delaplaine, Henry 


Dohan, Mrs. Edith H. 


DeLaurentis, Joseph 


Dolan, Mrs. H. Hoffman 



Dolbey, Edward P. 
D'Olier, Francis W. 
Doll, Josephine 
Donahue, John W. 
Donaldson, Mrs. Henry 

H. 
Donnelly, Mrs. Anna H. 
Donnelly, James A. 
Donnelly, Lee 
Donnelly, Mrs. L. Robson 
Dorey, Mrs. Eugene S. 
Dornan, William 
Dor war th, Edw. J. 
Doubet, Margaret 
Dougherty, Francis P. 
Dougherty, Gerald A. 
Dougherty, Thomas 

Harvey, Jr. 
Dougherty, Mrs. Thomas 

Harvey, Jr. 
Doughten, Mrs. Henry W. 
Doughten, William W. 
Douglass, Mrs. F. M. 
Douty, Nicholas 
Downes, Frederick A. 
Downs, Donald Van Leer 
Downs, Mrs. H. D. 
Downs, J. R. Wood 
Downs, Mrs. Norton 
Downs, W. Findlay 
Downward, Paul H. 
Doyle, John 

Doyle, Thomas Lawrence 
Doyle, William J. 
Drain, John W. 
Drake, A. H. Boyer 
Drexel, William H. 
Drinker, Mrs. Frederick 

Ellis 
Driver, Mrs. John M. 
Drobile, A. W. 
Druding, Louise 
Drummond, Ethel S. 
Dryfoos, Solomon 
Duane, Mrs. Russell 
Du Ban, Alfred A. 
Duck, Mrs. Florence L. 
Dudley, Mrs. Charles B. 
Dudley, Evelyn B. 
Dudley, F. A. 
Duer, Mrs. S. Naudain 
Dufheld, Helen Morris 
Duffield, L. R. 
Duggan, Lawrence C. 
Duhring, H. Louis 
Dulles, Mrs. Heatly C. 
Du Mars, Claude K. 



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Dunlap, E. T. 
Dunlap, George S. 
Dunlap, M. Edmunds 
Dunn, Mrs. Houston 
Dunn, Louis S. 
duPont, E. Paul 
duPont, Mrs. T. Coleman 
DuPuy, Julien B. 
Durant, Mrs. Frederick C 
Durnall, Ethel M. Bartram 
Durnell, J. Lindsey 
Duryea, Howard E. 
Duveen Brothers 
Dyer, Irene C. 
Eakins, Elmer E. 
Earle, Mrs. Edgar P. 
Earle, Elinor 
Earp, Anne Tucker 
Easby, Mrs. Francis H. 
Easby, William, Jr. 
Easby, Mrs. William, Jr. 
Eastwick, Abram T. 
Eastwick, Joseph L. 
Eberbach, Nelson F. 
Eberle, J. Frederick, Jr. 
Eckard, Edwin F. 
Eckels, Howard S. 
Eckert, Mrs. Samuel 
Eckowitz, Samuel P. 
Eddleman, William H., Jr. 
Edmonds, Franklin Spencer 
Edmonds, Mrs. Franklin 

Spencer 
Edmonds, George W. 
Edmonds, Samuel C. 
Edmunds, Franklin D. 
Edwards, Catherine M. 
Edwards, Parke 
Eells, Mrs. Walter G. 
Egner, Mrs. C. L. 
Eham, James 
Eichholz, A. 
Eichler, Anton 
Eichmann, L. M. 
Eiman, John 
Einstein, Doris 
Eisele, Gustav F. 
Eisele, Louis F. 
Eiseman, R. B. 
Eisenbrey, Charles Henry 
Eissler, Louise 
Ekern, Miss Irene H. 
Elias, Mrs. Joseph 
Elliot, Mr. and Mrs. 

A. Graham, Jr. 
Elliot, George A. 
Elliot, J. Mitchell 



Elliot, Mrs. R. M. 

Elliot, Mrs. William J. 

Elliot, Mrs. William T. 

Elliott, Mrs. George W. 

Elliott, Harry C. 

Elliott, Mrs. John Dean 

Elliott, W. Clare 

Ellis, A. W. G. 

Ellis, Frank H., 3d. 

Ellis, Furey 

Ellis, Maxwell 

Ellis, Mrs. Thomas Biddle 

Ellis, Thomas S. 

Ellis, William S. 

Ellis, William Shewell 

Ellison, Mrs. Henry H. 

Ellison, Thomas 

EUman, Samuel 

Elsasser, George A., Jr. 

Elsbree, Mrs. W. H. 

Elwood, Everett S. 

Elwyn, Thomas L. 

Ely, Anna W. 

Ely Gertrude 

Ely, Robert B. 

Ely, VanHorn 

Ely, Mrs. Wm. Newbold, 

Jr. 

Embery, William 
Emery, Benjamin F. 
Emhardt, William H. 
Emlen, George W., Jr. 
Emlen, Mrs. John T. 
Emmert, Milton G. 
Enburg, John M. C. 
Englerth, Louis D. 
English, Caroline C. 
English, Mrs. Chancellor 

C. 
English, E. Schuyler 
English, Mrs. F. W. 
Eppler, Elmer D. 
Erben, George Kester 
Erdman, Mrs. Preston K. 
Erdman, W. Kenney 
Ernst, Mrs. C. A. 
Erskine, Mrs. Elizabeth H. 
Ersner, Matthew S. 
Espen, Edward 
Espen, Florence H. 
Espen, Sophie 
Esslinger, John G. 
Esty, Mrs. Robert P. 
Etherington, Mrs. Burton 
Etting, Mrs. Emlen Pope 
Eustis, Mrs. Walter 

Langdon 



Evans, G. Gerald 
Evans, George B. 
Evans, Helen Rogers 
Evans, Mrs. James D. 
Evans, Margaret E. 
Evans, Mary 
Evans, Rowland 
Eveland, Samuel S. 
Eves, Mrs. Curtis C. 
Eyre, Lester E. 
Eyre, Louisa 
Eyre, Wilson 
Eysmans, Julien L. 
Fagan, Emma Lowry 
Fagan, Mrs. H. B. 
Fairchild, Samuel E., Jr. 
Falck, Fred M. 
Farnum, G. L. 
Farr, Daniel H. 
Farr, Mrs. Wm. W. 
Farraday, Thomas P. 
Faulconer, Margaret 
Faux, Ida A. 
Fearon, Charles 
Fearon, Mrs. Charles 
Febiger, Mary S. 
Feely, William A. 
Feinblatt, Sigmund 
Feldman, Jacob B. 
Felin, Charles F. 
Felix, Harry 
Felix, Max 
Felix, Mrs. Samuel P. 
Fell, Arthur D. 
Fell, David N., Jr. 
Fels, Maurice 
Felton, Frank P., Jr. 
Felton, J. Sibley 
Felton, William C, Jr. 
Fenimore, Beulah A. 
Fenninger, Eleanor S. 
Ferguson, Mrs. Bassett 
Ferguson, Mrs. Lincoln 
Fernberg, Charles E. 
Ferry, Alice 
Fetterolf, Edwin H. 
Field, Alfred W. 
Field, Mrs. William M. 
Fields, Mrs. Albert 
Finckel, Conyers Button 
Finckel, Eliza R. 
Finkenaucr, Frederick J. 
Finletter, Mrs. Edwin M. 
Fiorillo, Michael 
Firth, Joseph F. 
Firth, Mrs. S. M. Livezey 
Firth, Thomas T. 



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Fischer, Blanche W. 
Fischer, Frances L. 
Fischer, H. E. 
Fischer, Joseph J. 
Fisher, Elizabeth Wilson 
Fisher, George H. 
Fisher, Harry S. 
Fisher, Lewis 
Fisher, Linton C. 
Fisher, Nevin F. 
Fisher, Samuel 
Fisher, William Righter 
Fisler, John 

Fitler, Mrs. Nathan M., Jr. 
Fitler, William W. 
Fitler, Mrs. William W. 
Fitzgerald, Mrs. ThomasM. 
Fitzhugh, Thomas, Jr. 
Fitzmaurice, Henry J. 
Fitzpatrick, Helen B. 
Flagg, George 
Flanagan, Andrew 
Flanagan, Thomas J. 
Flavell, Mrs. George J. 
Fleck, John G. 
Fleck, Mrs. Wm. C. 
Fleisher, Alfred W. 
Fleisher, Mrs. Alfred W. 
Fleisher, Alice 
Fleisher, David T. 
Fleisher, Edwin A. 
Fleisher, Helen 
Fleisher, Henry H. 
Fleisher, S. S. 
Fleisher, Walter A. 
Flint, George 
Flood, Mrs. T. Bromley 
Flynn, D. Byrne 
Fogarty, William J. 
Folz, Stanley 
Forbes, Rogers Sawyer 
Ford, Frances L. 
Ford, John J. 
Ford, Stephen M. 
Forrest Knitting Mills 
Forster, H. Walter 
Forstner, David P. 
Fort, Mrs. Norman 

Watson 
Foster, Mrs. Duncan G. 
Foster, Richard W. 
Foulke, Hazel M. 
Foulke, Mrs. J. Roberts 
Foulkrod, Mrs. Frederick 

S. 
Fox, Mrs. Alexander, M. 

Jr. 



Fox, Catherine 
Fox, Mrs. Charles P. 
Fox, Helen A. 
Fox, John Large 
Fox, Joseph Craig 
Fox, Mrs. L. Webster 
Fox, Matthews A. 
Fox, Richard L. 
Fox, Mrs. W. Logan 
Fox, William Logan 
Frambes, Mrs. Lewis 
France, Edward W. 
Francis, Richard S. 
Franck, Charles F. 
Frankel, Armin A. 
Frankenfield, Samuel L 
Franklin Sweater Mills. 
Franzen, Raymond C 
Eraser, Arthur 
Frazier, Mrs. Benjamin 

West 
Frazier, John N. 
Frazier, John W., Jr. 
Frear, Hugo P. 
Frebe, Lillian 
Frederic, Mrs. Roy L. 
Free, Mabel E. 
Freed, E. D. 
Freedman, Mrs. G. L. 
Freeman, Addison B. 
Freeman, Mrs. Frank A. 
Freeman, George C. 
Freeman, Mrs. Harold A. 
Freeman, Harry M. 
Freeman, Richard J. 
Freeman, Samuel M. 
Freeman, Mrs. Walter J. 
Freihofer, Charles 
French, Charles C. 
French, Mrs. Thomas E. 
Fretz, S. S. 
Frick, Charles E. 
Frick, Mrs. George P. 
Frick, John Howard 
Friedlick, Marie Black 
Friedman, Lionel 
Friends Select School 
Fries, Blanche K. 
Fries, Emma R. 
Fritsche, Mrs. John 
Fritz, Jacob A. 
Frizlen, William, Jr. 
Frizzell, Charles F. 
Frizzell, Mrs. Charles F. 
Fry, Elizabeth 
Fry, James W. 
Fry, Wilfred 



Fryer, Theodore B. 
Fuguet, Stephen 
Fuller, Mrs. Dwight S. 
Fulmor, Estelle 
Funk, C. William 
Funk, Carl W. 
Funk, Nevin E., Jr. 
Fussell, Robert 
Gabriel, Catherine V. 
Gailey, Robert J. 
Galanter, J. J. 
Galbraith, G. S. 
Galey, Mrs. Francis Holt 
Galey, William T., Jr. 
Gallagher, Dennis 
Gallagher, Margaret F. 
Gallaudet, John C. 
Gans, Mrs. Harriet S. 
Garretson, Beulah C. 
Garrett, Alfred C. 
Garrett, Mrs. Philip C. 
Gaskill, Mrs. Joseph 
Gaskill, Margaret 
Gates, Mrs. Jay 
Garter, Charles L. 
Gaudiosi, Carmine 
GaufF, John P. 
Gay, Deborah H. 
Gayer, Fred A. 
Gayley, Samuel M. 
Gayley, Mrs. William 
Geibel, Carl A. 
Geiger, Lewis P., Jr. 
Geisenberger, Leane R. 
Gemberling, J. B. 
Genth, Mrs. F. A. 
Gerber, Albert 
Gerber, Frederic 
Gerhard, Albert P. 
Gerhard, Anna Rebecca 
Gerhard, Arthur H. 
Gerstley, Mrs. Isaac 
Gessner, Howard R. 
Gest, John Marshall 
Gest, Lillian 
Geuther, H. Walter 
Giambalvo, G. P. 
Gibb, Ida 
Gibb, Mrs. John 

MacGregor 
Gibb, Thomas B. 
Gibbon, Mrs. John H. 
Gibbons, Lewis W. 
Gibbs, George 
Gibson, Mrs. Clarence T. 
Gibson, Mrs. John 

Hollenback 



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Gibson, Lillie 
Gibson, Mary K. 
Gibson, William S. 
Gideon, George D. 
Gilbert, Mrs. John 
Gilbert, Sadie 
Gildea, James L. 
Gill, Mrs. Charles D. 
Gill, Mrs. Ephraim 

Tomlinson 
Gill, John D. 
Gillespie, Mrs. K. E. 
Gillespie, Kate S. 
Gillingham, Mrs. A. H. 
Gillingham, Harrold E. 
Gillingham, Mrs. Harrold 

E. 
Gilmer, Elgina 
Gilpin, Mrs. John C. 
Gimbel Brothers 
Gimbel, Mrs. Benedict 
Gimbel, Daniel 
Gimpel, M. Rene 
Girvin, John H. 
Givens, Howard M. 
Glanz, Charles L. 
Glasmer, Joseph A. 
Gleason, John P. 
Gleeson, John W. 
Glendinning, Robert 
Glover, Deborah 
Godfrey, Francis V. 
Godshall, Mrs. Charles F. 
Goetz, Elizabeth Harlow 
Goheen, John P. 
Goldbaum, Mrs. Jacob S. 
Goldberg, Samuel A. 
Goldbey, Mrs. Samuel 
Golder, Mandes 
Goldman, Mrs. Edward 
Goldner, Frank C. 
Goodman, Mrs. C. E. 
Goodman, Mrs. E. H. 
Goodman, Ernestine A. 
Goodman, Joseph D. 
Goodman, William E., Jr. 
Goodwin, Margaret S. 
Gordon, Elizabeth S. 
Gorman, Charles F. 
Gossler, Mrs. George E. 
Gould, Mrs. M. D. 
Gowen, Mrs. Francis I. 
Gowing, Jean 
Graf, Emma 
Graf, Wm. G. 
Graff, Anton 
Graham, Caroline F. 



Graham, Charles 
Graham, Mrs. Fred W. W. 
Graham, Grant R. 
Graham, W. F. 
Graham, Warren C. 
Grakelow, Charles H. 
Grange, Mrs. William D. 
Grant, Martha Fairies 
Gratz, Alfred 
Gravenstein, George T. 
Graves, Barney 
Graves, R. B. 
Gray, Coleman R. 
Gray, George M. 
Gray, Robert C. 
Gray, Robert L. 
Gray, William F. 
Grayson, Charles Prevost 
Grayson, Mary E. 
Green, Beatrice 
Green, Mrs. Herman 
Green, J. Weldon 
Green, Mrs. Raymond 
Greenberg, Joseph J. 
Greene, Stanley E. 
Greene, Stephen Company 
Greenfield, Mrs. Albert M. 
Greenough, Cornelia 
Green well, Mrs. John 
Greer, Elizabeth S. 
Greiss, Wm. H. 
Grelis, John J. 
Gribbel, Mrs. J. B. 
Gribbel, W. Griffin 
Griest, Mrs. Thomas H. 
Griffith, G. S.,Jr. 
Griffith, Mrs. J. P. Crozer 
Griffith, William Oglesby 
Grinrod, Irvin S. 
Griscom, J. Milton 
Griscom, William B. 
Griscom, William M. 
Grisdale, John T. 
Groff, Henry C. 
Groome, Alexander C. 
Groome, John C. 
Groschupf & Fehr 
Gross, John H. 
Grove, S. Felton 
Grubb, Mr. and Mrs. 

Joseph H. 
Gucker, F. T. 
Guckes, Mrs. Philip E. 
Guckes, Raymond M. 
Guetter, Julius 
Gulick, Mrs. William B. 
Gummere, Mrs. Francis B. 



Gummey, Frank B. 
Gummere, Richard M. 
Gunkle, Earle B. 
Gunthrop, Mrs. William 

P. 
Gutckunst, William J. 
Haas, Mr. and Mrs. Harry 

J- 
Hacker, Caspar W. 
Hacker, Mrs. William P. 
Hackett, H. Berkeley 
Hadden, Samuel B. 
Haehnlen, Mrs. Walter L. 
Hagar, Arthur F. 
Hagar, Mrs. Lavino 
Hageman, Mrs. Ely 
Hahn, Mrs. Fred H., 3d 
Haibach, Mrs. Philip 
Haig, Alexander M. 
Haig, Ruth C. 
Haines, Howard L. Jr. 
Haines, Mrs. Robert B., Jr. 
Haines, William A. 
Hainlen, G. 
Haldt, Ernest 
Hale, Mrs. Ralph M. 
Haley, Daniel J. 
Hall, Mrs. Alan 
Hall, Arthur W. 
Hall, Clarence A 
Hall, Mrs. Edwin L. 
Hall, Mrs. Leslie A. 
Hall, Mabel Bruce 
Hall, Nell 
Hall, Reuben B. 
Hall, William M. 
Hallahan, Mrs. Charles E. 
Hallowell, A. Irving 
Hallowell, Helen W. 
Hallowell, Henry R. 
Hallowell, Mrs. Israel R. 
Hallowell, Mrs. William 

S., Sr. 
Halton, Thomas H., Sr. 
Hamersly, Emily N. 
Hamill, Mrs. Samuel McC. 
Hamilton, Mrs. James M. 
Hammeke, Humbert 
Hammer, Mrs. A. Wiese 
Hammett, William H. 
Hammond, Mrs. L. Jay 
Hammond, Wardlaw M. 
Hancock, Mrs. F. Wood- 
son 
Hand, Mrs. Clarence F. 
Hand, Helen G. 
Hankins, Hobart 



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Hannigan, Joseph J. 
Hanny, W. 
Hansche, Maude B. 
Hansen, Mrs. A. W. 
Hanthorn, Joseph R. 
Harbeson, Mrs. James P. 
Harbison, Helen 
Harcum, Mrs. Marvin 
Harding, Mrs. Charles B. 
Harding, George J. 
Harding, Mrs. L. M. 
Hardock, Benjamin 
Hardt, Frank M. 
Hardt, J. William 
Hardt, Walter K. 
Hare, B. T. 
Hare, T. Truxton 
Harkin, Edward I. 
Harlan, Mr. and Mrs. 

Joseph M. 
Harley, Milton Price 
Harlow, George W. 
Harman, W. H. 
Harper, Mrs. A. Headley 
Harper, Clarence L. 
Harper, Jane 
Harper, Mrs. James B. 
Harper, W. O. 
Harriman, Joseph K. 
Harris, C. Addison, Jr. 
Harris, David W. 
Harris, Edgar T. 
Harris, Edward Monroe 
Harris, Mrs. Frazer 
Harris, J. A., Jr. 
Harris, J. Andrews, 3rd 
Harris, John G. 
Harris, Lee W. 
Harris, Walter C. 
Harris, William 
Harris, William T. 
Harrison, Mrs. Charles C. 
Harrison, Charles Custis, 

Harrison, Mrs. Charles 

CJr. 
Harrison, George L. 
Harrison, Mrs. George L. 
Harrison, Mrs. H. Norris 
Harrison, Harry 
Harrison, Mrs. Harry W. 
Harrison, Mrs. John, Jr. 
Harrison, Samuel William 
Harrison, Mrs. Theodore 
Harrison, Theodore L., 

Harrison, William Welsh 



Harrity, Mrs. William F. 
Harrop, Rebecca E. 
Harshaw, David 
Harshaw, Edward 
Hart, Mrs. Harry C. 
Hart, Ralph L. 
Hart, Rebecca E. 
Hart, Mrs. Thomas 
Hart, Mrs. William 
Hartel, Mrs. Walter W. 
Hartley, Harriet L. 
Haskell, Harry G. 
Haskins, Mrs. Harold 
Haslam, Elizabeth 
Hassler, Daniel E. 
Hastings, John V. 
Hastings, Mrs. John V. 
Hatfield, James S. 
Hatfield, Mrs. James S. 
Hatfield, John N. 
Hathaway, H. W. 
Hathaway, Mrs. 

Nathaniel 
Haughton, Augustine 
Hausmann, William M. 
Hausser, C. A. 
Haviland, Mrs. Anna W. 
Haviland, Walter W. 
Hawke, Mrs. W. W. 
Hawman, Mrs. L. E. 
Haxton, Mrs. Samuel F. 
Hay, Mrs. Charles 
Haydock, Charles 
Hayes, Mrs. C. Ellis 
Hays, Annie Bradford 
Hayt, Mrs. E. Todd 
Hayward, Anna Howell 
Hay ward, Mrs. Nathan 
Hazard, Spencer P. 
Hazelhurst, Mrs. Francis 
Hazlett, James V. 
Head, Mrs. Joseph 
Headly, John F. 
Headman, Anna E. 
Healy, Francis J. 
Healy, J. Henry 
Healy, Jack 

Heap, Mrs. David Porter 
Heard, Bishop W. H. 
Hearn, Mrs. William P. 
Hebard, D. L. 
Hebard, Frederick V. 
Hebard, Mary E. 
Heckscher, Ledyard 
Heckscher, Lucretia S. 
Heckscher, Mrs. Maurice 
Heckscher, Steven 



Heebner, Julia E. 
Heermann Harriet A. 
Heffner, Mrs. Warren S. 
Heim, Oscar E. 
Heine, Chas. O. 
Heineberg, Mrs. Alfred 
Heinkel, Howard F. 
Heir, James 
Heisler, John Clement 
Heist, George 
Helbert, George K. 
Hellwig, Mrs. Katherine 
Hemphill and Company, 

Inc. 
Henderson, Mrs. George 

R. 
Henderson, John J. 
Henderson, Louis S. 
Henderson, Walter G. 
Hendrickson, Mrs. John B. 
Hennessey, Emil 
Henning, Mary E. 
Henon, J. Paul, Jr. 
Henrich, George A. 
Henry, Mrs. Bayard 
Henry, Mrs. C. S. Ashbv 
Henry, D. W. 
Henry, George W., Jr. 
Henry, J. Lewis 
Henry, James P. 
Henry, Mrs. Snowden 
Henry, Mrs. Thomas 

Charlton 
Hensel, Mrs. E. Caven 
Henshaw, William P. 
Henson, Frank M. 
Henson, Hannah 
Hentz, F. Walter 
Hepburn, Mrs. Charles J. 
Hepburn, Mrs. Wm. W. 
Heppe, Marcellus McD. 
Hepworth, John M. 
Herbert, Mrs. E. Ziegler 
Herbert, Walter G. 
Hering, W. E. 
Herkness, J. Smylie 
Herman, Louis 
Herold, Mrs. Milton 
Herr, Frances 
Herrick, Clarence A. 
Herring, Louise C. 
Herron, Christopher C. 
Hersey, Mrs. Rexford B. 
Hershey, Mrs. Herbert T. 
Hervey, Mrs. James 

Bertram 
Hess, Harry W. 



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Hess, Herbert W. 
Hess, Mrs. Lippman E. 
Hetherington, Mrs. Albert 

G. 
Hetzell, Charles G. 
Heuer, Henry F. 
Heyer, Mrs. Charles H. 
Heyl, John B. 
Heyl, Juliet F. 
Heyl, Mrs. Robert C. 
Heyl, William E. 
Heymann, Mrs. J. C. 
Heymann, Joseph C. 
Heyward, Mrs. R. B. 
Hibbs, Helen 
Hibbs, Mrs. Quin D. 
Hibbs, Shelton A. 
Hiergesell, Valentine 
Hiestand, Mrs. George 
Hiestand, Joseph D. 
Higgins, Alfred K. 
Highley, Mrs. George N. 
Hightower, F. W. 
Hilbroner, Mrs. Tillie 
Hildebrand, C. C. 
Hildebrand, Mrs. Gustav 

A. 
Hill, Edna V. 
Hill, Charles B. 
Hill, George H., Jr. 
Hill, Horace G., Jr. 
Hill, Mrs. J. Bennett 
Hilleary, E. D. 
Hiller, Mrs. H. M. 
Hilliard, J. W. R. 
Hillman, Blanca 
Hilsee, David E. 
Hinchman, Mrs. Charles S, 
Hindle, H. L.,Jr. 
Hines, Mr. and Mrs. 

John F. 
Hiney, Elsie I. 
Hinkle, Eleanor W. 
Hinton, Drury 
Hipsher, Edward 

Ellsworth 
Hires, Mrs. Charles E. 
Hires, Mrs. Charles E., Jr. 
Hirsch, Louis A. 
Hirsh, Ralph 
Hirst, Barton C. 
Hirst, Mrs. John C. 
Hitner, Ella E. 
Hoare, Daniel W. 
Hochstrasser, John H. 
Hocker, I. S. 
Hodge, Mrs. Carroll 



Hodge, Mrs. Edward B. 
Hodge, Mrs. Henry L. 
Hodge, Mrs. Thomas 

Lei per 
Hodgson, Francis H. 
Hoelzer, Mrs. Mary L. 
Hoerger, Adelb'ert 
Hoev, Francis P. 
Hoff, Mrs. Leigh P. 
Hoffman, Mrs. C. F. 
Hofheimer, S. D. 
Hofstetter, W. A. 
Hogg, J. Renwick 
Hogg, Mrs. J. Renwick 
Hogue, Robert M. 
Hogue, Mrs. Robert M. 
Holahan, F. Marion 
Holden, Robert F. 
Hollar, Mrs. William H. 
Hollingsworth, John P. 
Hollingsworth, John R. 
Holmes, Joshua M. 
Homer, Henry 
Hood, Mrs. Albert L. 
Hood, Mrs. George G. 
Hook, Ralph W. 
Hooper, Mrs. Robert P. 
Hoopes, Edward 
Hopkins, Arthur H. 
Hopkins, Mrs. Arthur H. 
Hopkinson, Miss Emily G. 
Hopper, H. B. 
Hopper, Mrs. Harry S. 
Hopper, Marie Louise 
Hopper, Mary Jones 
Hoppock, Edith K. 
Horan, Herbert, Jr. 
Horn, Herman C. 
Horn, William 
Home, B. W. 
HornefF, Harry 
Horner, Mrs. Dorothy S. 
Horner, Hannah M. 
Horner, Horace Kenneth 
Horrocks, Henry H. 
Horstmann, L J. 
Horstmann, Mrs. Walter 
Horstmann, Mrs. William 

H. 
Horter, Robert M. 
Horton, Arthur 
Hosbach, Frederick W. 
Hosein, Mozam 
Hoskins, Mrs. Albert L. 
Hostetter, Mrs. Albert K. 
Houston, Mrs. S. F. 
Howard, Almern C. 



Howard, Mrs. Edgar B. 
Howarth, H. A. Stevens 
Howe, Charlton V. 
Howe, George 
Howe, Mrs. Leigh ton 
Howell, Mrs. Charles H. 
Howell, Cooper 
Howell, Edward L H. 
Howell, Mrs. Leslie S. 
Howell, Stacy B. 
Howson, Charles H. 
Howson, Henry 
Hoyt, Daniel M. 
Hoyt, Henry A. F. 
Huber, Mrs. Charles 

Willing 
Hubert, Anton 
Huey, Arthur B. 
Huey, Mrs. Arthur B. 
Huey, Dorothy 
Huey, Samuel C. 
Huff, William K. 
Hughes, Esther M. 
Hughes, Mrs. Wayne B. 
Hulme, Mabel 
Hunn, William R. 
Hunneman, Mrs. Wm. 

C.Jr. 
Hunsberger, Mrs. Ambrose 
Hunter, Robert 
Hunter, Mrs. Sutherland 
Hunter, T. Comly 
Huntoon, D. T. V. 
Hurlburt, Mrs. F. B. 
Hurlick, Susan G. 
Huston, Joseph M. 
Huston, Laetitia P. 
Huston, Mary P. 
Hutchinson, A. P. 
Hutchinson, Arthur 

Emlen 
Hutchinson, J. C. 
Hutchinson, K. P. 
Hutchinson, M. H. 
Hutchinson, Robert H. 
Hutchinson, Mrs. S. 

Pemberton 
Hutchinson, Mrs. Sydney 

E. 
Hutchison, J. Edward 
Illman, Adelaide 
Illoway, Bernard A. 
Ilsley, Mrs. Edward 
Indahl, M. C. 
Ingersoll, Mrs. C. Jared 
Ingersoll, George E. 
Ingersoll, Mrs. R. Sturgis 



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Ingham, Mary H. 

Ingleby, Helen 

Innes, William T. 

Ireland, C. Raymond 

Irvine, Mrs. James 

Irwin, Mrs. James A. 

Irwin, Mrs. Samuel B. 

Isen, Nathan D. 
Jack, Charles S. 
Jackson, F. G. 
Jackson, Joseph 
Jacobs, Mrs. John 
Jacobs, Mary C. R. 
Jacobs, Mrs. Reginald 
Jacobs, Reuben 
Jacoby, John F., Jr. 
JafFe, Maurice 
JafFe, Samuel 
JafFe, Walter 
James, Mrs. Irvin M. 
James, Mrs. John Edwin 
James, Nancy E. 
James, Mrs. W. M. 
James, William F. 
Jameson, Joseph M. 
Jameson, Norman L. 
Jamison, Mrs. B. K., Jr. 
Jamison, Mrs. Benton K., 

Jamison, John M. 
Jantzen, Mildred 
Jarden, Margaret 
Jarden, Mrs. Walter H. 
Jastrow, Annie M. 
Jeanes, Henry S., Jr. 
Jeanes, Mrs. Henry S. 
Jeanes, Lenette F., Jr. 
Jeannisson, Mrs. Eugene 

M. 
JefFeris, Andrew H. 
JefFries, Mrs. Thomas J. 
JefFerys, Mrs. Edward M. 
JefFries, Elwood C. 
Jellett, Stewart A. 
Jellett, Mrs. Stewart A. 
Jenkins, A. Sydney 
Jenkins, Mrs. E. Wheeler 
Jenkins, Edward A. 
Jenkins, G. Chapin 
Jenkins, H. Lawrence 
Jenks, Horace H. 
Jenks, Mrs. John S. 
Jenks, William E. 
Jennings, Annie B. 
Jennings, Horace B. 
Jennings, Joseph M. 
Jennings, William J., Sr. 



Jepson, Paul N. 
Jerrehian, Aram K. 
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. 

Alba B., Jr. 
Johnson, E. Earle 
Johnson, Mrs. Edward H. 
Johnson, F. T. 
Johnson, Florence M. 
Johnson, Mrs. Geo. 

Donald 
Johnson, Mrs. Guy Roche 
Johnson, Howard Cooper 
Johnson, Mrs. Lester B. 
Johnson, Reeves K. 
Johnson, W. J. 
Johnson, Mrs. W. J. 
Johnson, W. Keating 
Johnson, Walter H. 
Johnson, Walter James 
Johnson, William K. 
Johnson, William S. 
Johnston, A. L. 
Johnston, Charles 
Johnston, Mrs. Mary 

Peale 
Joiner, Franklin 
Jones, Mrs. A. E. 
Jones, Arthur WoodrufF 
Jones, Mrs. C. Sharpless 
Jones, Mrs. Clara W. 
Jones, G. H. 
Jones, H. H. 
Jones, Henry B. 
Jones, Horace C. 
Jones, Mrs. J. ClifFord 
Jones, John C. 
Jones, John F. X. 
Jones, Joseph L., 3rd 
Jones, Llewellyn W. 

and Mrs. 
Jones, Livingston E. 
Jones, Luther R. 
Jones. Mrs. Spencer L. 
Jones, Rufus M. 
Jones, Thomas E. 
Joralemon, Mrs. L. D. 
Jordan, Augustus W. 
Jordan, Frederick 
Jorgensen, Frederick H. 
Josephs, Mr. and Mrs. 

Devereux C. 
Judge, Marguerite E. 
Judson, Arthur 
Judson, Mrs. Charles F. 
Junkin, George B. 
Junkin, Mrs. George B. 
Justice, C. G. Co. 



Justice, Hilda 
Justice, William Warner 
Kaelker, Richard 
Kaeser, Charles W. 
Kahn, Jacob C. 
Kaier, Emma 
Kallick, Edward A. 
Kane, Edward V. 
Kane, Mrs. Frank Paul 
Kane, Harry J. 
Kane, Mrs. John Kent, Jr. 
Kantz, John B. 
Kaplan, Harry A. 
Karcher and Rehn Com- 
pany 
Karr, Joseph 
Karr, Mrs. Joseph H. 
Karsner, Mrs. Daniel 
Kase, Mrs. Daniel Beaver 
KaufFman, Anna C. 
Kaufman, Frank M. 
Kaufman, Isadore 
Kaufman, Morris A. 
Katz, Maurice B. 
Kaye, David E. 
Kearins, Jane E. 
Kearney, Richard J. 
Keator, Mrs. John Frisbec 
Keefer, W. W. 
Keeler, W. H. 
Keen, Harold Perot 
Keen, Harry R. 
Keen, W. W. 
Keene, Floyd E. 
Keene, Paul F. 
KefFer, Edward I. 
Keiser, Elmer E. 
Keister, Annie R. 
Keith, Mrs. Sidney W. 
Keith, Mrs. Sidney W., 

Keller, Charles Frederick 
Keller, Ferdinand 
Keller, Joseph S., Sr. 
Keller, Walter A. 
Kellett, Roderick G. 
Kelley, Leslie Leroy 
Kelly, Margaret 
Kelsey, Mrs. Albert 

Warren 
Kelsey, Carleton 
Kemp, Charles G. 
Kendall, Aimee E. 
Kendall, Mrs. Paul 
Kendrick, J. Henry and 

Mrs. 
Kendrick, T. Frank 



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Kennedy, J. N. 
Kennedy, Marie Ernst 
Kennedy, Mrs. Moorhead 
Kenney, L. Carl 
Kent, Mrs. Henry T. 
Kent, Mrs. William C. 
Kenworthy, Frank L. 
Keogh, John W. 
Kerle, Jules A. 
Kerns, Richard A. 
Kerns, Richard A., Jr. 
Kerns, Samuel P. 
Kerr, Carlota T. 
Kerr, Virginia E. 
Kerr, William M. 
Kerrigan, Joseph P. 
Kershaw, Fred 
Kershaw, William 
Kcrstine, Harry E. 
Kessler, Adam, Jr. 
Kessler, Harry C. 
Ketch am, Howard 
Kettercr, Gustav 
Kieferle, Mrs. Charles J. 
Killian, Ida A. 
Kimball, Fiske 
Kimball, M. Ella 
Kimber, Mrs. T. W. 
Kind, Morris 
Kind, Mrs. Paul A. 
Kind, Mrs. Philip 
Kind, S. & Sons 
Kindig, Mrs. Bertha 
King, Mrs. Joseph B. 
King, Katharine S. 
King, Lewis 
King, Lydia E. 
Kinsey, Frances T. 
Kirby, EUwood R. 
Kirk, Stuart L. 
Kirkbridc, Earlc R. 
Kirkbride, Elizabeth B. 
Kirkland, S. N. 
Kirkpatrick, Samuel 
Klahr, Emma 
Klapp, Mrs. E. J. 
Klapp, Wilbur Paddock 
Klauder, Elfrida M. 
Klauder, George C. 
Klein, Charles 
Klein, Max D. 
Klein, Mrs. Thomas 
Kleiner, Herman J. 
Klcmm, Mrs. J. George, Jr. 
Klock, Ella 
Kneass, Edwards 
Kneass, George B. 



Kneedler and Company 
Knight, Anne Collins 
Knight, D. Allen 
Knowles, Archibald C. 
Knowles, Frank Crozer 
Knowles, Nathaniel 
Knup, Jacob 
Knup, Jacob, Jr. 
Koch, Abe 

Koch, Mrs. Thomas J. 
Koelle, W. F. 
Koenes, Henry E. 
Kohn, Alfred 
Kohn, Bernard 
Kohn, Mrs. Harry E. 
Kohn, Mrs. Herbert 
Kohn, Mrs. Isadore 
Kohn, S. 

Kolb, Mrs. Edward 
Kolb, Mrs. L. J. 
Krakowitz, Charles 
Kramer, Mrs. George 
Krause, Walter E. 
Krauss, Franklin B. 
Krauss, KatherineJ. 
Krauss, Mrs. Sydney L. 
Krebs, Frank H. 
Kreier, George J. 
KreighofF, W. G. 
Krick, Charles C. 
Krick, Mrs. Charles S. 
Krimmel, Edmund G. 
Kroopnick, L. H. 
Krumbhaar, Mrs. Charles 

H.,Jr. 
Kuemmerle, Gustave A. 
Kuhn, C. Hartman 
Kuhn, Carrie Teller 
Kunkel, James E. 
Kunkle, Natalie Louise 
Kunze, Emma Gertrude 
Kurth, Rena 
Kurtz, William Fulton 
LaBrum, J. Harvey 
Lacey, Mrs. J. Madison 
Lachman, C. R. 
Lagen, Diana Huneker 
Laird, Warren P. 
LaKatos, Emery 
Lake, Mrs. Orville 
Lakely, Mrs. Arthur B. 
Lally, Mrs. Frank S. 
Lamb, Mrs. Joseph 
Lamb, Mrs. W. H. 
Lamon, John 
Lampe, Arthur E. 
Landell, Mrs. E. A., Jr. 



Landis, George J. 
Lane, Mrs. P. H. P. 
Langdon, Mrs. H. Maxwell 
Langston, Samuel M. 
Lanin, Howard 
Large, Mrs. James 
Largman, Harry 
Larmour, Mr. and Mrs. 

Alexander 
Larson, Mrs. Roy F. 
Larzelere, John L. 
Larzelere, Mrs. N. H. 
Larzelere, Mrs. Walter D. 
Latham, Miss M. V. D. 
Latimer, Robert L. 
Lauer, Conrad N. 
Lauer, Harry 
Laughlin, Mrs. A. L. 
Laveil, Edwin Farnum 
Lavenson, Mr. and Mrs. 

Isaac 
Laver, Samuel 
Laverty, Mrs. M. 

Alexander 
Laveson, S. Frank 
Lavino, Mrs. Edward J. 
Lavino, Edwin M. 
Law, Edward 
Law, Margaret 
Law, William A. 
LaWall, Charles H. 
Lawler, P. J. 
Lawler, Percy E. 
Laws, Mrs. Harry A. 
Lawson, Harry 
Lawson, Mrs. Harry C. 
Lea, Elizabeth J. 
Lea, Van Antwerp 
Leach, May A. 
League, Mrs. H. M. 
Lear, John B. 
Leas, Mabel Alice 
Leavitt, Mrs. Charles B. 
Leberman, Mrs. Maurice 

A. 
Lebo, Mrs. E. A. 
LeBoutillier, Mrs. Henry 
Lechner, Harvey L. 
Lederle, Charlotte A. 
Ledoger, E. E. 
Ledwith, W. L. 
Lee, Alfred, 3rd 
Lee, Mrs. Elisha 
Lee, W. H. 
Leech, David M. 
Leed, Mona 
Leeds, Arthur N. 



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Leeds, 


William H.,Tr. 


Lewis, Mrs. O. G. L. 


Leefson, Julius 


Lewis, S. Weir 


Lefton, Al Paul 


Lewis, Shippen 


Legge, Henry C. 


Lewis, Mrs. Theodore J. 


Leggett, Esther 


Lex, Mrs. William H. 


Leinroth, Robert G. 


Leyshon, William C. 


Leithead, J. Edward 


Lichtenberger, James B. 


Leithmann, Ann R. 


Lieberman, Moses 


Lemisch, Bernard L. 


Liedholm, M. W. 


Lennon, J. S. 


Lifter, Mrs. Joseph J. 


Leonard, Reuben M. 


Ligget, Mrs. Howard B. 


Leonard, Mrs. Richard D. 


Ligget, Mrs. Howard B. , Jr. 


Leonard, William A. 


Ligget, Jane Stewart 


Leopold, Mrs. Simon 


Lincoln, Mrs. George 


Lesley, Robert W. 


Jones, Jr. 


Lesley, Mrs. Robert W. 


Lincoln, Joseph C. 


Lester, Joseph C. 


Lincoln, Thorla 


Leupold, Francis C. 


Lindley, George 


Levick, Maurice E. 


Lineaweaver, Mrs. Charles 


Levin, Alan 


P. 


Levin, Oscar 


Link, Harriet J. 


Levin, Samuel H. 


Linn, Mrs. William B. 


Levintow, Benjamin H. 


Linville, E. Walker 


Levis, Mrs. Frederick H. 


Lippincott, G. A. 


Levy, Albert 


Lippincott, Mrs. Joseph W. 


Levy, Alexander S. 


Lippincott, Paul S., Jr. 


Levy, Alfred B. 


Lipshutz, Charles 


Levy, Fabian F. 


Littlefield, James H. 


Levy, Garfield W. 


Liversidge, Mrs. H. P. 


Levy, Howard S. 


Livingston, Joseph S. 


Levy, Laurance B. 


Livingston, Walter R. 


Lew, Lionel F. 


Lloyd, Fleurette B. 


Levy, Mrs. Lionel 


Lloyd, Mrs. Horatio Gates 


Farraday 


Lloyd, Mrs. Stacey B. 


Lewandowski, 


Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. 


Theophilius 


William Henry 


Lewis, Anna Shippen 


Lochhead, Catherine P. 


Lewis 


Anna V. 


Lock, John H. 


Lewis 


Bertha 


Lock, William 


Lewis 


Charles A. 


Loeb, Mrs. Adolf 


Lewis 


ClifFord, Jr. 


Loeb, Alfred H. 


Lewis 


Mrs. ClifFord, Jr. 


Loeb, Howard A. 


Lewis 


Edwin O. 


Loeb, Ludwig 


Lewis 


Eleanor 


Loeb, Mrs. Rudolf 


Lewis 


Mrs. Francis A. 


Loeb, Victor A. 


Lewis 


Mrs. Francis A., 3d 


Logan, Mrs. John W. 


Lewis 


Francis D. 


Logan, William H. 


Lewis 


Mrs. Howard W. 


Logue, Edwin J. 


Lewis 


Isabel Jenkins 


Lohmann, Mrs. Alfred P. 


Lewis 


Mrs. James P. 


Long, Charles A., Jr. 


Lewis 


Mrs. John F., Jr. 


Long, Walter E. 


Lewis 


John Frederick 


Long, Mrs. William 


Lewis 


Julia 


Henderson 


Lewis 


Leicester S. 


Longaker, Mrs. Carolyn R. 


Lewis 


Le Roy M. 


Longaker, Daniel 


Lewis 


Lucy 


Longcope, Mrs. Thomas 


Lewis 


Margaret C. 


M..Jr. 



Longenecker, C. B. 
Longmaid, J. Henry 
Longnecker, Mrs. Parke 
Longshore, William A. 
Longstreth, Mrs. Charles 

A. 
Longstreth, Mrs. Frank 

M. 
Longstreth, Mrs. N. 

Lucas 
Longstreth, Mrs. William 

M. 
Lopez, Sophia 
Lorenz, Carl A. 
Lorimer, Graeme 
Lothrop, Eben W. 
Loucheim, Mrs. Joseph A. 
Lough, George A. 
Loughran, Edward P. 
Lounsbery, J. 
Loux, Susanna 
Lovatt, Dorothy 
Love, Julius D. 
Lovell, J. Barlow 
Lovett, Louise D. 
Lucas, Mrs. H. Spencer 
Ludlum, David S. 
Ludlum, Mrs. Seymour 

DeWitt 
Lukens, Lewis N., Jr. 
Lukens, Mrs. Lewis N., 

Jr. 

Lutz, Mrs. J. Edward 

Lutz, Jack A. 

Lynch, Amelia B. 

Lyon, Abraham 

Lyons, Lewis E. 

Mabie, Walter C. 

MacArthur, Mrs. Anna C. 

MacCain, James Scott 

MacCalla, Helen A. 

MacCalla, W. A. 

MacColl, Mrs. Alexander 

MacCoy, Marjorie N. 

Macdonald, Andrew 

Macdonald, William A., 
3rd 

MacElree, George A. 

Macfarland, Mrs. Frank- 
lin H. 

MacGeorge, Beatrice 

MacGregor, Helen 

Mack, Joseph, ind 

Mackenzie, Mr. and'Mrs. 
Darragh 

MacKenzie, J. B. 

Mackey, Mrs. Harry A. 



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MacKinnon, Robert 
MacMullin, William J. 
MacNeill, Mrs. Henry 
MacQueen, Stephen A. 
Macy, E. C. 
Maddock, Anna Baugh 
Maddock, Henry A. 
Madeira, Mrs. Campbell 
Madeira, Mrs. Louis C. 
Madeira, Mrs. Louis C, 

3d 
Madeira, Percy C. 
Magee, George W. 
Magee, Mrs. Henry L 
Magee, James F., Jr. 
Magill, Samuel N. 
Magoffin, Mrs. W. 

Howard 
Maguire, John F. 
Mahjoubian, Mrs. Reuben 

M. 
Mahoney, John J., Jr. 
Maier, F. Hurst 
Malcom, Mrs. Arthur 
Mallett, Laura B. 
Malley, Charles E. 
Malone, Edwin B. 
Maloy, Elsie D. 
Malpass, Rosina 

Dowker 
Malzer, Mathias 
Manasses, Jacob L. 
Manges, Willis F. 
Mangold, Charles 
Mann, Mrs. Levis L. 
Manning, Albert D. 
Manning, William McD. 
Mantzell, William 
Manwaring, A. H. 
Marceau, Henri Gabriel 
Marcucci, Vincent 
March, John H. 
Margerum, Bess 
Maris, Mrs. Henry J. 
Mark, Frederick W. 
Markland, George L., Jr. 
Markley, Mrs. E. G. 
Markoe, Mrs. Henry 
Marks, Alexander A. 
Marks, Gus 
Marks, Jacob K. 
Marlor, H. E. 
Maron, Alfred C. 
Marquisse, Victor G. 
Marsh, Harry 
Marsh, Mrs. John C. 
Marshall, Don A. 



Marshall, Mrs. George 

Morley 
Marshall, Mrs. Henry C. 
Marshall, Joseph K. 
Marshall, Mrs. J. Lewis 
Marshall, Mrs. John B. 
Marshall, Mary E. 
Marshall, Thomas R. 
Martin, Mrs. D. C. 
Martin, Miss E. Gwen 
Martin, Frank J. 
Martin, Mrs. J. Willis 
Martin, James L. 
Martin, William F. 
Maser, Max 
Masland, Mrs. Charles 

W. 
Masland, J. Wesley 
Mason, Edward F. 
Mason, William Clark 
Mason, Mrs. William 

Clark 
Massey, Frank H. 
Massey, R. V. 
Massiah, Frederick 
Master, Henry B. 
Masters, George 
Masters, Margaret T. 
Mathers, Frank F. 
Mathers, Mrs. Frank F. 
Mathews, Abel J. 
Mathews, Grace E. 
Mathews, W. C. C. 
Mathewson, Robert J. 
Mathewson, Mrs. R. W. 
Mathues, A. C. W. 
Mattes, Frank 
Matthews, Allen M. 
Matthews, H. Alexander 
Matthews, Mrs. Louis L 
Mattison, R. V. 
Maule, Margaret C. 
Maulsby, Matilda 
Mauran, Frank 
Maurer, John H, 
Maxwell, C. J. 
Maxwell, Mrs. John R. 
Mayburry, Dorothy 
Mayer, Alfred 
Mayor, Charles A. 
Mazzoni, Joseph 
McAbee, Mrs. G. R. 
McAdoo, Mrs. Henry M. 
McAllister, Mrs. J. 

Rutherford 
McAllister, Janet C. 
McCahan, Mrs. Thomas C. 



McCall, Mrs. Joseph B. 
McCall, Richard 
McCarron, Adalene 
McCarthy, D. J. 
McCarthy, Mrs. D. J. 
McCarthy, Edith 
McCarthy, Mr. and Mrs. 

Edmund Burke 
McCarthy, Henry A. 
McCarthy, J. A., Sr. 
McCaughey, Harry M. 
McCauley, Mrs. Elmer 
McClees, J. E. 
McCloskey, Mrs. J. E. 
McCloskey, Matthew H. 
McCloud, Charles M. 
McCloy, Elizabeth Foster 
McCollin, James G. 
McConnell, Mary 
McCook, Walter 
McCouch, Mrs. H. Gordon 
McCracken, Mrs. Robt. T. 
McCreery, Mrs. Samuel 
McCuUy, John E. 
McDermott, Daniel L 
McDevitt, J. J., Jr. 
McDougald, John Q. 
McDonald, Joseph A. 
McDowell, Charles 
McDowell, Samuel 
McFadden, Mrs. Barclay 
McFarland, Mrs. Joseph 
McFarland, Mrs. Sarah 
McGarvey, James A. 
McGettigan, Daniel L 
McGowin, Andrew C. 
McGowin, Mrs. R. S. 
McGrath, Louis J. 
McGuire, James J. 
Mcllhenny, Selina B. 
Mcllvain, Mrs. Dickerson 
Mcllvain, Mrs. J. Gibson 
Mcllvaine, Mrs. A. 

Robinson 
Mclnnes, Mrs. Walter S. 
Mclntire, A. Reed 
McKaig, Edgar S. 
McKean, Mrs. Bispham 
McKean, Nancy B. 
McKechney, W. G. 
McKenzie, R. Tait 
McLean, Mrs. Charles V. 
McLean, Mrs. Robert 
McLean, Robert L. 
McLean, Mrs. William 

L.,Jr. 
McLellan, Ralph 



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McMahon, Marion 
McManus, Charles J. 
McMichael, Mrs. Charles 
McMichael, Mrs. Clayton 
McMillan, Mrs. Leigh ton 

G. 
McMillan, Thomas M. 
McNeal, Mr. and Mrs. 

D. Raymond 
McNichol, Mrs. Thomas 

F. 
McOwen, Mrs. Frederick 
McShea, John B. 
Mead, Arthur B. 
Mealey, John P. 
Means, Mrs. Constance 
Mebus, Charles F. 
Mechling, Mrs. B. F., Jr. 
Meehan, Alice 
Meehan, Ellen F. 
Meisner, Ernest W. 
Meixner, Howard F. 
Megargee, Mrs. George M. 
Melley, Dennis J. 
Mellor, Walter 
Melrath, Earle B. 
Menzen, F. Paul 
Merrick, J. Vaughan 
Merrick, Mary 
Merrick, Mary R. 
Merrick, Mrs. Samuel 

Vaughn 
Merritt, Mrs. Morris Hill 
Merscher, Washington 
Mertz, Oscar E. 
Mertz, Walter S. 
Merz, Leon 
Metcalf, F. R. 
Meyer, Ada 
Meyer, John C. 
Meyer, Louis J. 
Meyers, Clarence L. 
Michel, George 
Middleton, Allen C. 
Middleton, C. Wilmer 
Middleton, Clara 
Middleton, Mrs. Wilmer 
MilhoUand, Frederic A. 
Miller, George 
Miller, Harrison F. 
Miller, Isaac P. 
Miller, Marian 
Miller, Modestha B. 
Miller, E. Spencer 
Miller, W. E. G. 
Miller, Walter P., Jr. 
Mills, Thomas 



Milne, Mrs. Caleb J., Jr. 
Milne, Francis F., Jr. 
Minehart, Mrs. John R. 
Mink, George W., Jr. 
Mitchell, Charles D. 
Mitchell, George W. 
Mitchell, Henry F. 
Mitchell, John 
Mitchell, Samuel P. 
Mitcheson, Robert S. J. 
Mockridge, John 
Moerk, Frank N. 
Moench, Mrs. William H. 
Moffly, William T. 
Molthan, Mrs. E. Henry 
Montgomery, R. L. 
Montgomery, Mrs. Robert 

J- 

Montgomery, Mrs. T. L. 
Montgomery, W. W., Jr. 
Moody, Mrs. Lewis F. 
Mooney, W. J. 
Moore, Mrs. Charles J. 
Moore, Edgar B. 
Moore, Mrs. Edward K. 
Moore, Mrs. H. McKnight 
Moore, Mrs. Henry D. 
Moore, J. Clark, Jr. 
Moore, Sallie 
Moorhouse, Mrs. H. 

Wilson 
Moosberger, Fred 
Morand, Mrs. Cyril 
Morford, W. B. 
Morch, Thomas 
Morgan, C. W. 
Morgan, F. Corlies 
Morgan, Mrs. F. Corlies 
Morgan, Mrs. Marshall S. 
Morris, Armand V. 
Morgan, Mrs. John B. 
Morganthaler Brothers 
Morrell, Richard B. 
Morris, Mrs. A. Saunders 
Morris, C. C. 
Morris, Mrs. Caspar W. 
Morris, Elizabeth R. 
Morris, Ellen 
Morris, Henry S. 
Morris, L Wistar 
Morris, Margaret E. 
Morris, Mrs. Marriott C. 
Morris, Mrs. P. Hollings- 

worth 
Morris, William Paul 
Morrison, Mrs. Thomas, 

Jr. 



Mortimer, S. H. 

Mortimoore, Mrs. Charles 

Morton, Mrs. Albert W. 

Moss, Mrs. Joseph 

Moss, Mrs. R. Owen 
Hunter 

Mostertz, Fred W. 

Mott, Marian 

Mulford, Mr. and Mrs. 
Spencer K., Jr. 

Muller, William 

Munro, Mrs. Hugh F. 

Murphy, Eugene 

Murphy, Helen B. 

Murphy, J. Prentice 

Murphy, Mrs. John A. 

Murphy, John J. 

Murphy, Thomas E. 

Murphy, Timothy A. 

Murtagh, Mrs. J. C. 

Musser, Mrs. John H. 

Mustin, Gilbert B. 

Mutz, Pearl 

Mutz, Walter 

Myers, A. Charles 

Myers, George deB. 

Nachod, J. F. 

Nadelman, Madame Elie 

Nagel, John A., Jr. 

Nahm, George A. 

Nalle, Mrs. Jesse 

Nasife, Mrs. Sydney 

Nash, Edgar Smiley 

Nassau, Mrs. Charles F. 

Neal, S. H. 

Neale, James B. 

Nece, Frank W. 

Nece, Harry A. 

Needles, Mrs. Lewis 

Neeld, J. Noble 

Neely, Mrs. Hugh Mc- 
Dowell 

Neely, James P. 

Neely, M. Y. 

Nefferdorf, Margaret A. 

Neilson, Mrs. Lewis 

Nesbit, Mrs. Thorpe 

Nevin, Mrs. Charles W. 

Newbold, Mrs. Arthur E., 
Sr. 

Newbold, Mrs. David 

Newbold, David M., 3rd 

Newbold, Mr. and Mrs. 
John DaCosta, Jr. 

Newbold, John S. 

Newbold, Mrs. William T. 

Newhall, Blackwell 



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Newhall, C. Stevenson 
Newhall, Morton L. 
Newhall, Mrs. Robert S. 
Newhall, William Peterson 
Newhall, William Price 
Newman, A. G. 
Newman, A. Joseph 
Newman, N. 
Newton, A. G. 
Newton, C. S. 
Niblo, James M. 
Nice, Budd G. 
Nice, Eugene E. 
Nicholas, James Forsythe 
Nicholas, Samuel 
Nichols, Milton Harold 
Nicholson, Mrs. J. 

Whitall 
Nicklc, Mrs. P. M. 
Nimlet, Virginia C. 
Nixon, Mrs. Horace F. 
Norcross, Mrs. Herbert C. 
Norris, Mrs. A. A. 
Norris, Charles C, Jr. 
Norris, George W. 
Norris, Harry A. 
Norris, Mrs. John C. 
Norris, Mrs. Richard 
Norris, Thomas J. 
Norris, Mrs. William 

Fisher 
North, C. Ruth 
North, Ralph H. 
Novek, Samuel L. 
Noyes, Mrs. B. 
Oakford, Frances S. 
Oakley, Imogen B. 
Oakley, Mrs. Thornton 
Oberge, Ullericka H. 
Obermayer, Henry M. 
Obermayer, Leon J. 
O'Brien, Mrs. Thomas D. 
O'Connor, John F. 
Odell, Harriet D. 
Odell, Mrs. Joseph H. 
O'Donnell, Frank P. 
O'Donnell, Mrs. Frank P. 
Oelbermann, Mrs. Julius 
O'Harra, Mrs. I. Harrison 
Okie, R. Brognard 
Oliphant, Mrs. S. E. 
Oliver, W. J. 
O'Loane, R. P. 
O'Neill, Alice M. 
O'Neill, Andrew 
O'Neill, J. T. 
O'Neill, John T. 



O'Neill, Marie E. 
O'Neill, P. F. 
Opie, Eugene L. 
Opie, Mrs. E. L. 
Oppenheimer, Walter 
Oranovich, Ida 
Ord, R. Laird 
Orlady, George P. 
Orlemann, Henry P. 
Orr, George P. 
Orth, Mrs. C. J. 
Ortlip, Harry S. 
Osterlund, John L. 
Ostheimer, Maurice 
Ott, George E. 
Otter, Robert S. 
Overholt, William L. 
Ovington, George, Jr. 
Owen, Elizabeth Gray 
Owen, L. V. P. 
Packard, Charles S. W. 
Packard, Mrs. Francis R. 
Packard, George R. 
Packard, Mrs. George R. 
Packard, Mrs. John H., 3rd 
Page, George Bispham 
Page, Dr. and Mrs. 

Henry F. 
Page, Mrs. Howard Wurts 
Page, Mrs. Robert H. 
Page, Robert Holmes 
Page, Townsend R. 
Paine, Mrs. George H. 
Painter, Mrs. H. B. 
Paisley, Harry E. 
Palmer, John T. 
Pancoast, Mrs. Albert 
Pancoast, Mrs. H. K. 
Pancoast, Henry B. 
Pancoast, W. Howard 
Pancoast, Mrs. W. Howard 
Pardee, Mrs. Calvin 
Pardi, Justin A. 
Paret, Edward 
Park, J. B. 

Park, Mrs. Richard Gray 
Park, Thomas 
Parke, E. H. 
Parke, Margaret A. 
Parker, A. D. 
Parker, Mrs. C. D. 
Parker, John E. 
Parker, Sylvester D. 
Parlin, Charles C. 
Parlin, Mrs. Charles C. 
Parrish, E. M. 
Parrish, Morris L. 



Parrish, Mrs. Robert C. 
Parrott, Sylvester J. 
Parsly, Elmer G. 
Parsons, Miss Ella 
Parvin, Mrs. Joseph H. 
Patrick, William H. 
Patten, Frank E. 
Patten, Frank S. 
Patterson, Beatrice W. 
Patterson, Mrs. F. D. 
Patterson, Mrs. George 

Stuart 
Patterson, Mrs. John M. 
Patterson, T. H. Hoge 
Patterson, Mrs. Theo. C. 
Patton, Mrs. J. Lee 
Patton, Mrs. John W. 
Patton, Mrs. Robert 
Patton, Robert J. 
Paul, A. J. Drexel 
Paul, Mrs. Henry N. 
Paul, Mrs. H. Van Dyne 
Paul, Mrs. Hiram 
Paul, John Rodman 
Paulson, Frances E. 
Paxson, Mrs. Henry D. 
Peabody, Malcolm E. 
Peacock, C. H. 
Pearce, Hollingsworth 
Pearce, Mrs. Jeffries 
Pearsall, H. W. 
Pearson, Charles B. 
Pearson, Elizabeth T. 
Pearson, J. A. 
Pearson, Mrs. J. T. 
Pearson, R. G. 
Peck, Mrs. Arthur 
Peck, Mrs. Horace S. 
Pedrick, Lyola C. 
Peeples, A. M. 
Peiffer, Charles E. 
Peirce, Harold 
Peirce, Mrs. Harold 
Peirce, T. M., Jr. 
Peirson, Walter 
Pelosi, William A. 
Pemberton, Ralph 
Pennington, Laura T. 
Penfield, Mrs. Frederic C. 
Pendelton, Constance 
Pendleton, Amena 
Pennsylvania Society of 

Miniature Painters 
Pennypacker, Mrs. B. A. 
Pennypacker, Bevan A. 
Penrose, R. A. F., Jr. 
Penrose, Valeria F. 



Penza, J. Vincent 
Pepper, Mrs. B. Franklin 
Pepper, Benjamin Franklin 
Pepper, Mrs. John W. 
Pepper, Mrs. O. H. Perry 
Pepper, Mrs. William Piatt 
Pequignot, L. E. 
Perilstein, Nathan 
Perkins, Mrs. T. H. Dudley 
Perkins, Walter W. 
Perot, Anne Lovering 
Perrin, Charles C. 
Perring, Louise F. 
Perrot, Emile G. 
Perry, H. H. 
Perry, Mrs. Harold R. 
Perry, John C. 
Peter, Luther C. 
Peterson, Harry M. 
Peterzell, Sarah G. 
Pettinos, George F. 
Petty, Mrs. Orlando H. 
Petzold, Alolph 
Pew, J. N., Jr. 
Pew, Mrs. Walter C. 
Pfaelzer, Mrs. Frank 
Pfahler, G. E. 
Pfatteicher, E. P. 
Pharo, Mrs. Walter W. 
Phelan, Joseph V. 
Phelps, Alfred T. 
Philler, William R. 
Philler, Mrs. William R. 
Phillippe, Mrs. B. 

Pemberton 
Phillips, Lucien 
Pierce, F. G. 
Piersol, Mrs. George A. 
Piersol, George M. 
Pilling, Mrs. George P. 
Pilling, W. S. 
Pioneer Suspender Co. 
Place, Louis V., Jr. 
Piatt, Mrs. Charles, Jr. 
Piatt, Mrs. Charles, 3rd 
Piatt, Henry N. 
Piatt, John O. 
Plummet, Mrs. William T. 
Pohlers, R. C. 
Polk, Mrs. William D. 
Pollock, Elizabeth P. 
Pollock, Roland D. 
Pollock, William W. 
Pomerantz, A. 
Pooley, E. F. 
Porcher, Samuel 
Porter, Mrs. Charles A., Jr. 



Porter, Eva 
Porter, J. Benton 
Porter, Mrs. William W. 
Post, Mrs. L. A. 
Post, William 
Poth, Harry A. 
Potsdamer, Joseph S. 
Pott, H. Rudolph 
Potteiger, L. A. 
Potter, Beverley R. 
Potter, Mrs. Beverley R. 
Potter, Mrs. Thomas, Jr. 
Potter, Woodburn W. 
Potts, Charles William 
Potts, Mrs. Harrison L 
Potts, William M. 
Powel, T. I, Hare 
Powel, Mrs. T. L Hare 
Powell, Charles S. 
Powell, Mrs. Humbert B. 
Powers, Mrs. Fred Perry 
Pratt, John E. 
Prevette, Earl 
Price, Mrs. Eli Kirk 
Price, Harrie B. 
Price, Mrs. Oliver C. 
Price, Oscar H. 
Prichard, E. Sydney 
Priestman, Mrs. Glyndon 
Pugh, Anna J. 
Purves, Mrs. Austin M. 
Purvcs, Dale 

Purves, Mrs. G. Colesberry 
Purviance, Julia E. 
Pusey, F. S. 
Putman, Mrs. Earl B. 
Pyle, Mrs. W. L. 
Pyrah, John W. 
Quick, William H. W. 
Quimby, Hester A. 
Rader, Mrs. Archibald 

Fleming 
Radford, Guy W. 
Raditz, Lazar 
Rakestraw, Fred 
Rambo, Oscar N. 
Ramsdell, G. C. 
Ramsey, Mrs. Frances H. 
Ranck, A. C. 
Randolph, Evan 
Randolph, Mrs. Evan 
Randolph, Mrs. L. Wister 
Ranken, Harold R. 
Ransley, Mrs. H. C. 
Ravdin, L S. 
Rawle, James 
Rawle, Mrs. James 



Rawle, Louisa 
Rawlins, Sarah Sully 
Read, Adele Von H. 
Read, Mrs. Charles N. 
Read, Helen P. 
Read, Mrs. W. B. 
Reading, S. H. 
Reath, Mrs. B. Brannon 
Reath, B. Brannon, 2.nd 
Reath, Mrs. Benjamin 
Reath, Mrs. Theodore W. 
Reath, Mrs. Thomas 
Reath, Thomas, Jr. 
Reber, J. Howard 
Rebman, Henry J. 
Rebmann, G. Ruhland, Jr. 
Reckitt, William G. 
Redman, Mrs. John L. 
Reed, Mrs. Alan H. 
Reed, Anna M. 
Reed, Homer, Jr. 
Reed, Jacob, Sons 
Reel, Ida Virginia 
Reeves, Mrs. A. S. 
Reeves, Mrs. B., Jr. 
Reeves, Mrs. Horace A. 
Register, Mrs. H. Bartol 
Reichart, Emma H. 
Reid, C. W. 
Reige, A. C. 
Reilly, Mary Allen 
Reilly, Peter 
Reilly, Samuel 
Reiss, A, 
Remmey, Richard C, Son 

Company 
Reuss, Mr. and Mrs. 

Edward H., Jr. 
Rhoads, J. Snowden 
Rhoads, Mrs. Logan 
Rhoads, Lydia W. 
Rhoads, William E. 
Rice, James J. 
Richards, Esther A. 
Richardson, Frederick 
Richardson, Thomas D. 
Richardson, Tolbert N. 
Richardson, William H. 
Richmond, Francis H. 
Richter, Charles J. 
Ridenour, W. E. 
Rieger, Harry C. 
Riehle, Frederick A. 
Ries, Albert 
Ries, Mrs. Walter G. 
Riesman, David 
Riggs, Robert 



Ringgold, I. H. 
Ritchie, Mrs. C. L. 
Riter, Mrs. Michael M., Jr. 
Rivinus, Mrs. E. Florens 
Robb, Mrs. Henry B. 
Robbins, Mrs. Edward C. 
Robbins, George S. 
Roberts, Mrs. A. C. 
Roberts, Caryl 
Roberts, Charles H. 
Roberts, Mrs. Charles H. 
Roberts, Clarence V. 
Roberts, Mrs. Francis M. 
Roberts, George Brooke 
Roberts, George W. B. 
Roberts, Graham 
Roberts, Irene S. 
Roberts, Isaac W. 
Roberts, Mrs. James G. 
Roberts, Mrs. John B. 
Roberts, Owen J. 
Robertshaw, Oscar 
Robins, Mrs. Edward 
Robins, Helen H. 
Robinson, Mrs. Dwight 

Parker 
Robinson, Mrs. Louis 

Barclay 
Robinson, Mrs. Samuel 
Robinson, Mrs. V. Gilpin 
Robinson, W. J. 
Rockefeller, Mrs.NelsonA. 
Rockwell, F. W. 
Rogers, Mrs. James S. 
Roma, Mrs. Frank 
Roma, Louis 
Root, Mary L. 
Rorer, Elizabeth N. 
Rose, Ivan Murray 
Rosenbach, M. P. 
Rosenbaum, Leon 
Rosenbaum, Morris 
Rosesbaum, Robert 
Rosenbaum, Samuel 
Rosenfield, John 
Rosenblum, Adolph 
Rosengarten, Mrs. A. G. 
Rosengarten, George D. 
Rosenthal, Albert 
Rosenwald, Mrs. LessingJ. 
Ross, Arsie Lee 
Ross, Mrs. George G. 
Ross, Mrs. Henry A. 
Ross, J. Anderson 
Ross, Sophia L. 
Ross, T. Edward 
Ross, Mrs. Thomas 



Ross, Mrs. Thomas C. 

Rossell, Mrs. Axel 

Rossi ter, Mrs. T. Frank 

Rossmassler, Elfrida 

Roth, David A. 

Roth, Edward A. 

Roth, George J. 

Roth, Henry W. 

Rothe, M. H. 

Rothschild, LeRoy B. 

Rowland, Howard L. 

Rowland, Mrs. Louis H. 

Royer, Mrs. B. Frank 

Ruby, Edna Browning 

Rumpp, Herman C. 

Rumpp, Marie W. 

Rumsey, G. A., Jr. 

Runk, Elizabeth 

Runk, Louis B. 

Runyan, Stanford K. 

Russell, Mrs. C. J. 

Russell, N. F. S. 

Rust, Harry B. 

Ryan, Elizabeth T. 

Ryan, Michael J. 

Ryan, Thomas F. 

Sablosky, A. 

Sachs, Carl 

Sachsenmaier, George 

Sackett, Mrs. Charles F. 

Sackett, Mrs. Franklin P. 

Sadtler, Samuel S. 

Saffran, Harry 

Safran, Paul S. 

Sage, Mrs. Henry W. 

Sage, Mrs. Ralph V. 

Sailer, Mrs. Andrew Jack- 
son 

Sailer, Emily W. 

Salom, Mrs. Pedro G. 

Saltus, R. Salford, Jr. 

Salus, Benjamin W. 

Salus, Mrs. Herbert W. 

Salvas, J. Clarence 

Sammartino, Julia 

Samuel, Bernard 

Sander, Philip 

Sanson, Mrs. Albert W. 

Santamarie, L. J. 

Sappington, Frank 

Sargent, Mrs. Winthrop 

Sartori, Mrs. Frank A. 

Sattin, Louis M. 

Saul, Mrs. Maurice B. 

Saul, Morris Bower 

Saul, Mr. and Mrs. 
Walter Biddlc 



Saull, Elizabeth 
Saunders, George A. 
Saurman, Norris N. 
Sauter, William F. 
Savage, Mrs. D. Fitzhugh 
Savage, Mrs. Ernest C. 
Sawtelle, William Otis 
Sax, Percival M. 
Saxe, Nathaniel 
Saylor, Harold D. 
Sayre, Frank G. 
Scalella, Jules A. 
Scanlon, Charles A. 
Scatchard, William 
Scattergood, Mrs. J. Henry 
Scattergood, Mrs. Thomas 
SchaefFer, Charles F. 
Schaffer, William I. 
Schaffer, Mrs. William I. 
Schamberg, J. Frank 
Schamberg, Mrs. Jay F. 
Schamberg, Meyer 
Schaner, W. B. 
SchefFey, Lewis C. 
Schell, John W. 
Schell, S. Gertrude 
Schenck, Mary W, 
Schermerhorn, C. H., Jr. 
Schick, Elma H. 
Schick, Martha K. 
Schilling, Frank 
Schirmer, Walter F. 
Schlegel, Carl A. 
Schmid, Frederick 
Schmidt, Fred W. 
Schmidt, Morris F. 
Schnader, Mrs. William A. 
Schneider, Mrs. Karl 
Schneyer, Herman J. 
Schneyer, Louis A. 
Schneyer, M. L. 
Schoales, C. B. 
Schoettle, Mrs. Edwin J. 
Schoettle, Marc A. 
Schoettle, Ralph J. 
Schoettle, Wm. C. 
Schoff, Mrs. Leonard H. 
Schofield, Mrs. Everett A. 
Scholder, Harry 
SchoUer Brothers, Inc. 
Schoonmaker, W. P. 
Schopfer, Mrs. Maria 
Schorr, George J. 
Schreibman, Mrs. Bessie 
Schriver, N. H. 
Schwacke, John S. 
Schwalbe, H. 



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Schwartz, Anthony 
Schwartz, Mrs. Charles W. 
Schwartz, Leonard J. 
Schwartz, Samuel 
Schwartz, William 
Schwarz, H. G. 
Schwefler, Herman F. 
Schweizer, J. O. 
Scott, Alice A. 
Scott, Mrs. Alexander H. 
Scott, Mrs. Arthur Hoyt 
Scott, Mrs. Charles Jr. 
Scott, Mrs. Edgar 
Scott, Mrs. Frank L., Jr. 
Scott, Mr. and Mrs. J. 

Hutchinson, Jr. 
Scott, Mrs. John Scanlin 
Scott, Richard S. 
Scott, Thomas M. 
Scott, William M. 
Scranton, Mrs. George E. 
Scull, Mrs. William C. 
Scull, William Ellis 
Sealey, Nettie M. 
Seeds, Doris A. 
Seeds, Mathilde 
Seeley, Mrs. Oscar 
Seidle, Joseph K. 
Seller, Walter 
Seiss, LinnieJ. 
Selig, B. 
Selig, Sol 
Sellers, Alexander 
Sellers, Mrs. Alexander 
Sellers, Mrs. Horace Wells 
Sellers, Howard 
Sellers, Mrs. Howard 
Seltzer, Harry J. 
Sender, Arthur C. 
Serody, Michael 
Serrill, A. M. 
Serrill, Mrs. William J. 
Service, Mrs. Charles A. 
Sessler, Charles 
Sessler, J. Leonard 
Sexton, Mrs. James A. 
Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. 

William Lord 
ShaefFer, William 
Shaffer, Mrs. Thomas C. 
Shahadi, Sarah 
Shakespeare, Mrs. Edward 

O. 
Shalet, A. Paul 
Shallow, Frank L. 
Shankin, William 
Shannon, Amanda J. 



Shannon, C. E. G. 
Sharp, H. C. 
Sharp, Joseph W. 
Sharp, Mrs. Walter P. 
Sharpc, John S. 
Sharpies, Mrs. Philip T. 
Sharpies, Mrs. Francis W. 
Sharpies, Lawrence P. 
Sharpless, Anna P. 
Sharpless, S. Franklin 
Sharpless, William 
Shea, William E. 
Shay, Howell Lewis 
Shearer, H. Maris 
Shearman, Esther 
Sheble, Mrs. Frank J. 
Sheble, Mrs. J. Howard, 

Sheer, Philip L., & Sons 
Sheldon, O. D. 
Shellenberger, Mrs. 

Charles D. 
Shelly, George C. 
Shelton, Mrs. F. H. 
Shepard. William V. K. 
Shepherd, Samuel G. 
Sheppard, Mrs. A. Maxwell 
Sheridan, Mrs. Thomas A. 
Sherman, Mrs. Francis 
Sherrerd, Mrs. Henry D. 

M. 
Sherrerd, William D., Jr. 
Sherwood, George H. 
Shields, Mrs. Robert C. 
Shick, Robert P. 
Shields, Francis H. 
Shields, J. Franklin 
Shilcock, Clarence J. 
Shillard-Smith, Mrs. C. 
Shinn, John H. 
Shipley, Mrs. S. R. 
Shipley, William E. 
Shirk, David M. 
Shirk, H. R. 
Shirley, Harold R. 
Shober, Elizabeth T. 
Shock, Nettie A. 
Shoe, Miss V. E. 
Shoemaker, Benjamin H. 
Shoemaker, Mrs. Harvey 
Shoemaker, Mary W. 
Shoemaker, Mrs. William 

T. 
Short, Joseph A. 
Shoyer, F. J. 
Shrigley, Arthur 
Shrigley, Ronald O. 



Shryock, Genevieve 

Shubert, Allan E. 

Shull, Charles E. 

Shuize, Mrs. Charles A. 

Shuster, Frank H. 

Shute, E. L. 

Sibley, Florence 

Sibley, Walter G. 

Sibley, Mrs. Walter G. 

Side, Edward 

Sill, Mrs. Harold Mont- 
gomery 

Silloway, G. E. 

Simkins, Mrs. Daniel W. 

Simon, Mrs. Edward P. 

Simon, Elmer D. 

Simon, Grant M. 

Simon, SildaJ. 

Simons, Elizabeth 

Simons, Herbert 

Simons, Laird 

Simonsen, Paul H. J. 

Simpson, J. Coulson 

Simpson, W. P. 

Sims, Mrs. Lancelot F. 

Sinclair, Ethel L 

Sinclair, John S. 

Singer, Arthur G. 

Sinkler, Julia 

Sinnock, John Ray 

Sinnickson, Mrs. Charles 

Sippel, J. Carl 

Sioussat, St. George L. 

Sisson, Vernon B. 

Siter, Charlotte 

Siter, E. Hollingsworth 

Siter, Mrs. E. Hollings- 
worth 

Sklar. M. 

Skerrett, Dorothy W. 

Sketchley, William W. 

Slade, Mrs. Alexander T. 

Slattery, Joseph H. 

Sloan, Malachi W. 

Slocum, Richard W. 

Smaltz, Elizabeth F. 

Smaltz, Mrs. John H. 

Smart, E. A. 

Smedley, William 

Smedley, William H. 

Smith, Mrs. Allen J. 

Smith, Mrs. Arthur D. 

Smith, Mrs. Charles 
Chapman 

Smith, Charles H. 

Smith, Clarence E. 

Smith, Mrs. Edward W. 



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Smith, Ely J. 
Smith, Mrs. Ernest B. 
Smith, Ethel 
Smith, Mrs. F. P. 
Smith, Mrs. G. M. 
Smith, G. P., Jr. 
Smith, H. Harrison 
Smith, Mrs. H. Harrison 
Smith, Harry D. 
Smith, Harry F. 
Smith, Haseltine 
Smith, Howard C. 
Smith, James H. 
Smith, J. Francis 
Smith, J. Somers 
Smith, Jessie Willcox 
Smith, John F. 
Smith, Josiah H. 
Smith, Mrs. Manning J. 
Smith, Margaret E. 
Smith, Mary C. 
Smith, Mary Grubb 
Smith, Oscar L. 
Smith, Stephen J. 
Smith, Mrs. S. Calvin 
Smith, T. Learning 
Smith, Mrs. W. K. 
Smith, Walter Bassett 
Smith, Mrs. Wikoff 
Smucker, Edwin M. 
Snader, E. Roland, Jr. 
Snedaker, E. Raymond 
Snedeker, Mrs. R. Cuyler 
Snellenburg, A. 
Snellenburg, Mrs. Harry 
Snellenburg, Joseph N. 
Snellenburg, Mrs. Morton 

E. 
Snitcher, Rachel W. 
Snyder, George H. 
Snyder, M. L. 
Snyder, Myer S. 
Snyder, Mrs. R. Maurice 
Snyder, Wellington, J. 
Snyder, Wilmer 
Sobernheimer, Mrs. 

Frederick A. 
Soest, O. F. 
Solis-Cohen, Bertha 
Solis-Cohen, Mrs. Hays 
Solis-Cohen, J., Jr. 
Solis-Cohen, Mrs. Leon 
Somers, James A. 
Sonneborn, George A. 
Sooy, Curtis 
South, Mr. and Mrs. 

Walter 



Spahr, Murray H., Jr. 
Spangler, Clyde M. 
Spangler, John L. 
Spatola, Felix, Jr. 
Speckman, John W. 
Spector, Maurice 
Speiser, Mrs. Herbert A. 
Speiser, Maurice J. 
Spencer, Arthur 
Spencer, Mrs. Arthur R. 
Staake, Caroline L. 
Stacey, Clara 
Stager, Stanley R. 
Stair, Mrs. Jacob, Jr. 
Stalcup, E. N. 
Staley, Mrs. Frank 
Staman, John P. 
Stamm, Mrs. C. J. 
Stanton, Charles L. 
Starkey, Mrs. William 

Paul 
Starkweather, John K. 
Starr, Mrs. Edward 
Starr, George E. 
Starr, Lewis 
Stathers, F. R. 
Staton, Walter B. 
Stead, Robert 
Stecker, Mrs. P. Jack 
Stecker, Mrs. R. D. 
Steed, Mrs. Robert W. 
Steel, A. G. B. 
Steel, David M. 
Steel, Mariana J. 
Steel, Phil S. 
Steel, Warner J. 
Steele, Edward A. 
Steere, L Thomas 
Steere, Mrs. Jonathan M. 
Stehle, Mrs. Charles 
Stehley, Mary K. 
Stein, Mrs. Emma T. 
Steinman, Walter J. 
Steinmetz, Francis 
Steinmetz, Mrs. Joseph A. 
Stelle, John P. 
Stellwagen, Herbert P. 
Stem, Mrs. Samuel G. 
Stenger, Mrs. Walter R. 
Stephenson, Mrs. George 

H. 
Steppacher, Lester G. 
Stern, Arthur 
Stern, Bertha 
Stern, Mrs. Horace 
Stern, Isadore 
Stern, Mrs. Juliet 



Stern, Mrs. Juliet L. 
Stern, Ruth Ellis 
Stern, Samuel 
Sternberger, Mrs. M. K. 
Sterner, George 
Stetson, John B., Jr. 
Stevens, Richard K. 
Stevenson, Clare B. 
Stevenson, Dorothy G. 
Stewardson, Eleanor P. 
Stewart, Anne 
Stewart, Frank G. 
Stewart, Roy 
Stewart, Ruth Bitting 
Stewart, Mrs. Thomas S. 
Stewart, Wilbur Wright 
Stief, David R. 
Stifel, Virginia 
Stilling, Benjamin F. 
Stillmun, John F. 
Stinson, C. A. 
Stinson, Mrs. Robert M. 
Stinson, Mrs. Samuel B. 
Stoer, W. Fred 
Stokes, Mrs. Charles P. 
Stokes, Francis J. 
Stokes, George B. 
Stokes, Henry W. 
Stokes, Mrs. W. Standley 
Stokes, Mrs. Walter 
Stone, Frank S. 
Stonehill, Miss M. E. 
Stork, Mrs. T. B. 
Story, Mrs. Julian 
Stout, Mrs. A. L. 
Stout, Mrs. Elbridge G. 
Stout, Frank W. 
Stout, Mary Ridgway 
Stout, O. 
Stout, Philip S. 
Strahley, Lewis W., Jr. 
Strauss, Berthold 
Strawbridge, Anne W. 
Strawbridge, Mrs. Francis 

R. 
Strawbridge, Mrs. George 

H. 
Strawbridge, Gordon W. 
Strittmatter, L P. 
Stroebele, Mrs. K. M. 
Strong, Elizabeth 
Stroock, Bertram A. 
Stroud, Edward A. 
Stroud, Morris W. 
Strubing, John K. 
Strubing, P. H. 
Stuart, Gordon 



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Stuckert, Harry 
Stulb, Joseph R. 
Stull, Mrs. C. Rodman 
Stull, Evelyn Lewis 
Sturgis, Robert 
Sullivan, Edith 
Sullivan, Mrs. Jeremiah 

J- 

Sullivan, Margaret L. 
Sullivan, Stanley J. 
Sullivan, Mrs. Thomas D. 
Summers, Elmer K. 
Sundheim, Mrs. Harry G. 
Sussel, Arthur J. 
Sutherland, Abby A. 
Sutherland, Mrs. Dorothy 

W. 
Swan, Mrs. George 
Swart, M. E. 
Swartley, Henry C. 
Sweeny, Barbara 
Sweeny, Mary B. 
Swoboda, Gustav 
Sykes, John W. 
Symons, W. L. 
Synnestvedt, Evan L. 
Szall.John B. 
Taine, Louis N. 
Talbot, Mrs. Arnold G. 
Tappen, Mrs. Paul 
Tatem, Mrs. J. Fithian 
Tatnall, H. Chace 
Tatnall, Henry 
Tatum, Mrs. Richard Parry 
Taws, Henry W. 
Taws, John H. 
Taylor, Mrs. C. Newbold 
Taylor, Mrs. Frederick 

Winslow 
Taylor, H. Birchard 
Taylor, Helene 
Taylor, Mrs. J. Madison 
Taylor, John G. 
Taylor, Mrs. John M. 
Taylor, Lawrence N. 
Taylor, Louis B. 
Taylor, Presley Morgan 
Taylor, Mrs. Roland L. 
Taylor, William 
Taylor, Mrs. William J. 
Taylor, Mrs. William 

Rivers 
Teller, W. H. 
Temple, Edward B. 
Terry, Howard A. 
Tetlow, Clara 
Thatcher, William H. 



Thayer, Mr. and Mrs. 

Harry C. 
Thayer, Mrs. John B. 
Thayer, Mrs. John B., 3rd 
Theel, William L. 
Thole, Francis H. 
Thomas, Mrs. Arthur H. 
Thomas, Mrs. Edward 

Osgood 
Thomas, George, 3d 
Thomas, J. Frederick 
Thomas, Miss M. Carey 
Thomas, Mabel L. H. 
Thomas, Pauline 
Thomas, Mrs. Samuel 

Hinds 
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. 

Walter H. 
Thompson, Robert B. 
Thompson, W. J. 
Thompson, William B. 
Thoms, Frieda P. 
Thomson, Harry E. 
Thomson, Mrs. W. S. 
Thorington, Mrs. J. 

Monroe 
Thorington, James 
Thorington, Mrs. James 
Thorn, Mary 
Thouron, Mrs. Nicholas 
Tietze, Charles F. 
Tilden, Marmaduke, Jr. 
Timanus, Mrs. J. H. R. 
Tinney, William P. 
Todd, Anne Hampton 
Todd, Jean Miller 
Todd, Mrs. M. Hampton 
Toland, Mrs. Owen J. 
Tomkinson, Joseph 
Toogood, Mrs. Ernest 
Torrey, Robert G. 
Tourison, Ashton S. 
Tower, Mrs. Charlemagne 
Town, Edwin C. 
Townsend, B. F., Jr. 
Townsend, E. Price 
Townsend, Mrs. Edward P. 
Townsend, Edward Y. 
Townsend, Mrs. Frederick 

E. A. 
Townsend, Mrs. John W. 
Trainer, E. 

Trask, Mrs. John E. D. 
Troth, Mrs. Edward 

Osborne 
Trotter, Helen 
Trotter, William Henry 



Trumbauer, J. Robert 
Trump, Mrs. William H. 
Tunis, Mrs. Joseph P. 
Turner, Carolyn 
Turner, William Jay 
Tryon, Charles Z. 
Tryon, F. Arline 
Tunnell, Mrs. Frederic W. 
Tustin, Mrs. Ernest L. 
Tuttle, William C. 
Twining, John E., Sr. 
Tyler, Charles A. 
Tyler, George F. 
Tyler, Mrs. George F. 
Tyler, Helen B. 
Tyre, Philip S. 
Underdown, Mrs. Henry 

T. 
Uppvall, Axel J. 
Urffer, S. 

Vail, Mrs. Louis dePuy 
VanDusen, Mrs. George 

R. 
VanDusen, Lewis H. 
VanPelt, Gertrude 
VanRensselaer, Alexander 
VanSciver, Earl J. 
VanSciver, J. Bishop 
Vauclain, Samuel M. 
Vaughan, Charles Z. 
Vaux, Mrs. J. Wain 
Vellner, Eugene 
Verner, Mrs. William R. 
Vetterlein, Mrs. Wayne S. 
Vieweg, B. F. 
Vigilant, Mills 
Vila, Joseph, S. 
Vincent, Mrs. H. G. G. 
Vogdes, Emma C. 
Vogdes, Joseph J. 
Volz, Frederick G. 
Von Moschzisker, Mrs. 

Robert 
Voorhees, Harlow C. 
Voorhees, Theodore C. 
Voss, Frederick J. 
Wadham.J. P. 
Wagner, Mrs. George E. 
Wagner, George Ellwood 
Wagner, Mrs. Jesse L. 
Wagner, John 
Wagner, Joseph Wood 
Wagner, Louis 
Wagner, Louis M. 
Wagner, Paul C. 
Wagner, Mrs. William M. 
Wainwright, Clement R. 



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Wainwright, Mrs. F. King 
Wait, Mrs. Oliver Babcock 
Walbaum, Mrs. William 

H. 
Walker, Herschel C. 
Walker, Isabella 
Walker, James, Jr. 
Walker, Mrs. John K. 
Walker, Robert C. 
Walker, W. W. 
Walkling, Adolph A. 
Wall, George W. 
Wallace, Elizabeth S. 
Wallace, John C. 
Waller, L. O. 
Wallower, Allan 
Walsh, George W. 
Walter, Harry E. 
Walter, Simon 
Walters, Lynford S. 
Walters, William H. 
Walton, Dorothea 
Walton, Mrs. J. Gardener 
Walton, William G. 
Walz, Mrs. Edward A. 
Warburton, G. A. 
Ward, Mrs. George 
Warden, Clarence A. 
Warden, Mrs. W. G. 
Waring, Swinton B. 
Warne, Mrs. Edward P. 
Warner, Mildred S. 
Warner, Walter 
Warnock, James, Jr. 
Warren, Ambrose G. 
Warren, Hassel A. 
Warren, William C. 
Warthman, Mrs. J. Harris 
Warwick, Edward 
Washburn, Louis C. 
Wasserman, B. J. 
Wasserman, Charles 
Wasserman, Elizabeth D. 
Wasson, Frederick E. 
Watkins, William Bell 
Watson, Frank R. 
Watson, John W. 
Wayne, Mrs. Joseph, Jr. 
Wayne, Laura J. 
Wayne, William, Jr. 
Wear, Mrs. Joseph Walker 
Weber, David 
Weber, E. G. 
Weber, F. W. 
Weber, Louis, Sr. 
Weeks, Mrs. Horace F. 
Weger, Frank C. 



Wegrocki, Irene B. 
Weightman, Martha T. R. 
Weihenmayer, Harry W. 
Weihenmayer, William J. 
Weil, Benjamin 
Weild, Charles M. 
Weill, Mrs. Alfred S. 
Weinberg, S. 
Weinstein, G. L. 
Weinstein, Jacob I. 
Weisbrod, Mildred 
Weissberger, George J. 
Welsh, C. N. 
Welsh, Charles E. 
Welsh, William Henry 
Wenger, Mrs. Morris 
Wenner, Robert E. 
Werbell, John M. 
Werner, Adolph, Jr. 
West, A. E. 
West, Harry F. 
West, Isabel D. 
West, W. M. 
West, W. Nelson 
Westwood, John R. 
Wetherill, F. M. 
Wetherill, Mrs. F. M. 
Wetherill, Herbert J. 
Wetherill, John Price, Jr. 
Wetherill, Samuel P., Jr. 
Wetherill, Mrs. Samuel P., 

Jr. 
Wetherstine, H. H. 
Wetter, Charles G. 
Wetzel, Walter 
Weyl, Esther M. 
Weyl, Julius 
Wharton, Joseph S. 

Lovering 
Wheeler, Charles 
Wheeler, Mrs. Charles 
Wheeler, Janet D. 
Wheelwright, Robert 
Whelen, Mrs. William 

Baker 
Whitaker, James L. 
Whitaker, Ralph 
White, Mrs. Barclay 
White, E. P. Carson 
White, Elizabeth Gibbons 
White, Mrs. Howard 
White, J. Atwood 
White, Mrs. J. M. 
White, Margaret Gibbons 
White, Mrs. Miles, Jr. 
White, Samuel S., Jr. 
White, Mrs. Walter Rhoads 



White, Mrs. William 

Whiteman, Mrs. John B. 

Whiteman, Josephine S. 

Whitfield, J. Edward 

Whitman, Stephen F. and 
Sons 

Whitney, Frederick P. 

Whitney, Mrs. W. Beau- 
mont 

Whitridge, Mrs. R. B. 

Whyte, William E. 

Wick Narrow Fabric 
Company 

Widener, Mrs. P. A. B., 
2.nd 

Wiederseim, Theodore E. 

Wiener, Mrs. Edward 

Wigton, Frank H. 

Wigton, Mrs. Frank H. 

Wilbur, Rollin Henry 

Wilbur, Mrs. Rollin H. 

Wilcox, Mrs. James M. 

Wilder, C. A. 

Wilhelm, Charles 

Wilkins, George W. 

Wilkinson, Robert H. 

Willard, DeForest P. 

Willcox, Mrs. William J. 

Willet, Henry Lee 

Willey, Mrs. Guy A. 

Williams, Mrs. Carroll R 

Williams, Mrs. Charles 

Williams, Churchill 

Williams, Mrs. David E. 

Williams, Mrs. John Kirk 

Williams, Joseph D. 

Williams, Leslie F. 

Williams, Parker S. 

Williams, Thomas S. 

Williams, Mrs. Thomas S. 

Willing, Charles 

Willing, Mrs. Edward S. 

Willing, Edward Shippen 

Willing, J. Kent 

Willson, Elizabeth Vale 

Willson, Mrs. Laurence 
Merrill 

Willson, Olive Strong 

Willson, Thomas H. 

Wilmer, Mrs. E. G. 

Wilmeth, James L. 

Wilmer, Mrs. Peregrine 

Wilson, Alexander, Jr. 

Wilson, Mrs. G. M. 

Wilson, Mrs. H. E. 

Wilson, Hamilton M. 

Wilson, Helen N. 



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Wilson, Howard B. 

Wilson, Mrs. J. Howard 

Wilson, Russell 

Wilson, Mrs. W. Reynolds 

Wilson, Mrs. William K. 

Wilson, Mrs. Wyle T. 

Wiltbank, Mrs. G. M. 

Winchester, A. Oliver 

Windey, William 

Windner, Julius 

Windsor Manufacturing 
Company 

Wineland, Helen B. 

Winlock, Mrs. George 
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Winsor, James D., Jr. 

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Winston, John C. Com- 
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Wintrob, J. M. 

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Wirkman, Emanuel W. 

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