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THE PENNSYLVANIA 
MUSEUM and SCHOOL 
OF INDUSTRIAL ART 

PHILADELPHIA 




COMMENCEMENT 
EXERCISES 



THE MANUFACTURER'S CLUB 

(WAI^NUT STREET ENTRANCE) 

THURSDAY EVENING 
JUNE 5, 1924 



Wll 



PROGRAMME 



OPENING ADDRESS BY THE PRESIDENT 
JOHN D. McILHENNY 



ADDRESS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS 

JOHN FISLER 

PRESIDENT OF THE MANUFACTURERS^ CLUB 



PRESENTATION OF NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF 

COTTON MANUFACTURERS' MEDAL 

BY MR. JAMES L. WHITAKER 



ANNOUNCEMENT OF SCHOLARSHIPS AND PRIZES 



AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS 



Following the Commencement Exercises the work of the students 
be on exhibition at the School, Broad and Pine Streets. 



MUSIC 



THE PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM AND SCH(X)L OF 
INDUSTRIAL ART 



DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ART 



DIPLOMAS AWARDED 



Elizabeth M. Adams 
Otilie Phillippe Bachman 
Mae Borneman 
Theodora PhilHps Bush 
Robert C. Cale 
Raphael Cavaliere 
Mary Augusta Caver 
Martha Runyon Colley 
John A. Daly 
Willard S. Elverson 
Margaret Gaskill 
Margaret R. Gest 
Ruth Virginia Hall 
Martha Heins 
Virginia Heist 
Mildred Hill 
Mabel Hollingsworth 



Muriel Jaisohn 

George I. Johnson 

I. Beatrice Larer 

Ruth A. Mercer 

George R. Nevice 

Perc Frank Patton 

Emily D. Pierce 

Leo Ploppert 

Elizabeth Ringgold 

Dorothy E. Russell 

Katharine Muhlenberg Schmucker 

Kathryn Starr 

Mary A. Stout 

LeRoy Taylor 

Mirian P. Tindall 

Edith Turner 

Dana Vaughan 

Irene Wick 



TEXTILE DEPARTMENT 



DIPLOMAS AWARDED 



REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE 



George James Clavin 
Booth Woodruff Gillespie 
Herbert Jacob Kamsler 
Chaak Lau Lui 
Alvord Norman Luria 
Griffin Sidney Mackey 
Milton Eisen McCrosson 
Robert Thompson McWade 
John Andrew Meyer 



Milton Maxwell Morris 
Joseph Edward Murphy 
Raymond Edward Nelson 
Albert Van Fleet Northrup 
Seymour Daniel PeU 
Lewis Paul Reed 
Mortimer Selinger 
Harold Cecil Wood 



CHEMISTRY, DYEING AND PRINTING COURSE 

Herbert Herman Korn 
John WilHam Wilson 



Henry Anthony Bock 
James Aloysius Hart 
Bernard Herman 



SCHOLARSHIPS 

EVENING SCHOOL 

MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS. Regular Evening Textile Course: 
Clayton Radford Sauer (First Year). 
Charles Karper, Jr. (Second Year). 



PRIZES 

ALUMNI SKETCH CLASS PRIZE: 

Florence Taylor. 

Mention: Robert W. Crowther. 

ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN'S PRIZES: 

ELIZABETH DUANE GILLESPIE PRIZE. For general excellence 
in the Beginners' Class. 
Prize: Robert Rushton. 
Mention: George Sklar. 
For Design — Batik: 
Prize: WiUiam C. Payne. 
Mention: Russell Senner. 

MEREDITH ALLISON PRIZE. For best "Zoo" Poster: 
John Daly. 

CHARLES W. BAILEY MEMORIAL PRIZE. - 
Dorothy Fallows. 
First Mention: Helen Galbraith. 
Second Mention: Florence McCurdy. 

JOSEPH T. BAILEY MEMORIAL PRIZE. For general excellence 
in Nature Study: 
Theodore Hallman. 
First Mention: TilHe Weisbrod. 
Second Mention: Lentz Gold, 



BAUGH-BARBER PRIZE FOR POTTERY: 
Alfred E. Crawford. 
Mention: Francis Dos Passos. 

Francis E. Finnegan. 

Mrs. John W. Logan. 

Joseph E. Jansen. 

MRS. WILLIAM T. CARTER PRIZE. For Costume Design: 
Margaret McDevitt. 
Mention: Mabel SHffer. 

HENRY BRINTON COXE PRIZE. For Costume Design: 
Dorothy Theissen. 
Mention: EHnor Johnston. 

EMMA S. CROZIER PRIZES. For First Year Cast Drawing: 
First Prize: Robert Rushton. 
Second Prize: Heistand Miller. 

EMMA S. CROZIER PRIZES. For First Year Color and Design: 
First Prize: Bruno M. Engel. 
Second Prize: Otis W. Walter. 

DELTA SIGMA THETA PRIZE. For general excellence in the Fourth 
Year Class: 
Virginia Heist. 

MRS. WILLIAM A. DICK PRIZE. For Mural Decoration: 
First Prize: Rodney C. Gould. 
Second Prize: Robert C. Cale. 

FREDERICK GRAFF PRIZE. For architectural excellence in Interior 
Decoration: 
Mary A. Stout. 



MRS. HENRY S. GROVE PRIZE. For the best made costume: 
Mary Peoples. 
Mention: Lucille Underhill. 

MRS. JOHN HARRISON PRIZE. For Color: 
Wayne Marshall. 
Mention: Rodney C. Gould. 
George Sklar. 

MISS NINA LEA PRIZES. For Water-color rendering: 
First Prize: Rodney C. Gould. 
Second Prize: Mary Hunter Bean, 

HENRY PERRY LELAND PRIZE. For pen and ink rendering: 
First Prize: Ruth Elizabeth Collings. 
Second Prize: Helen T. Stevenson. 

JOHN FREDERICK LEWIS PRIZES. For best copy of a Persian 
Painting: 
First Prize: Sarah Ellen Bartlett. 
Second Prize: Bruno M. Engel. 
Third Prize: Charles Wesley Bradley. 

JOHN D. McILHENNY PRIZES. For decoration of the front of the 
School Building: 
Alexander Christie. 

For decoration of the Vestibule of the School Building: 
Frederick H. Ledgard. 

MRS. ARTHUR V. MEIGS PRIZE. For Drawing: 
Byron Young. 
Mention: Martha Colley. 

Alberta E. Heess, 
Paul B. Remmey. 

MRS. H. S. PRENTISS NICHOLS PRIZES. For Interior Design: 
First Prize: Margaret Nefferdorf. 
Second Prize: C. Alym ShilHng. 



MRS. FRANK THORNE PATTERSON PRIZE. For excellent work 
done in the Illustration Class: 
Virginia Heist. 
Mention: Harrison Miller. 

MRS. VIRGINIA L. RALSTON PRIZE. For industry and effort in 
the Costume Class: 
Mabel Hollingsworth. 

MRS. THOMAS ROBERTS PRIZE. For Third Year furniture 
rendering: 
Helen Chadwick. 

MRS. C. SHILLARD-SMITH PRIZE. For Illustration: 
Raphael Cavaliere. 

JAMES S. SULLIVAN PRIZES. For Second Year Interior Design: 
First Prize: Eleanor Alma Fraser. 
Second Prize: Dorothy A. Branin. 

TEMPLE PRIZES. For Drawing: 
Muriel Jaisohn. 

Mention: Robert W. Crowther. 
For Modeling: Elsa B. Dalot. 

Mention: 5 I^^^P^.^^.^'^' 
I Frank Licini. 

For Lettering: Charles Wesley Bradley. 

For Wrought Iron: 

Equal Firsts: Francis M. Finnegan. 

Joseph A. Jansen. 

MRS. WILLIAM H. WALBAUM PRIZES. (In Memory of Mrs. 
Rodman EHison.) For Design: 
First Prize: Wayne Marshall. 
Second Prize: Russell H. Senner. 



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F. WEBER 6? CO. PRIZE. For work in Instrumental Drawing: 
Frances W. Loos. 
Mention: James M. B. Keyser. 

Frank L. Smith. 

Clara M. Titus. 

MRS. JOHN WISTER PRIZE. For Bird Studies: 
Marjorie Lee. 

MISS ELIZABETH WOLL PRIZE. For Costume Design: 
Florence Danenhower. 

MRS. ALBERT B. WEIMER PRIZE. For best constructed piece of 
Furniture: 
Frederick King. 

MRS. JONES WISTER PRIZE. For best example in Stained Glass: 
Adam W. Niesley. 
Mention: Edna H. Yeagerman. 



THE PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE SCHOOL 

ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN'S PRIZE. For Jacquard 
design with executed fabrics, Regular Course, Third Year: 
Robert Thompson McWade. 
Honorable Mention: Lewis Paul Reed. 

Booth Woodruff Gillespie. 

JOHN G. CARRUTH PRIZE. For highest rating in the Wool 
Course, Second Year: 
Frank Tucker Hardwick. 
Honorable Mention: Robert Kerr Minnich. 

MISS CLYDE PRIZE. For best executed fabric from Jacquard design. 
Second Year: 
Henry Downer Johnson, Jr. 
Honorable Mention: Carrie Arnold Andrew. 

DELTA PHI PSI FRATERNITY PRIZE. For general excellence in 
Weave Formation and Fabric Analysis. First- Year Classes: 
Arthur Ewen. 
Honorable Mention: Harold Calvin Hartzell. 

DELTA KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY PRIZE. For best executed 
work on the Hand Harness Loom, First-Year Day Classes: 
Arthur Ewen. 
Honorable Mention: William Barlow Williamson. 

JOSEPH ELIAS PRIZE. For highest rating in Second Year. Day 
Silk Course: 
Stanley Tausend. 
Honorable Mention: Frederic William Kaufman, Jr. 

JOSEPH ELIAS PRIZE to Student of First Year Evening Jacquard 
Class attaining the highest rating: 
Harold Priestley. 

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HENRY FRIEDBERGER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To student ranking 
second in general excellence, Regular Course, Third Year: 
Robert Thompson McWade. 

MRS. HENRY S. GROVE PRIZE. To be awarded to the student 
of the Second Year of the Regular Day Course attaining the 
highest rating for the year's work: 

Benjamin Seaver. 

Honorable Mention: Henry Downer Johnson, Jr. 

KROUT & FITE MANUFACTURING COMPANY PRIZE. For 

highest rating in the Cotton Course, Second Year: 
Lester WiHiam Deaver. 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COTTON MANUFACTURERS' 
MEDAL. For general excellence. Regular Three-Year Course: 
Joseph Edward Murphy. 

PHI PSI FRATERNITY PRIZE. For best executed work in Color 
Harmony and Design, First- Year Day Classes: 
William Courtney Rice. 

Honorable Mention: Charles George Bossong. 
Arthur Ewen. 

MRS. THOMAS ROBERTS PRIZE. For highest rating in the 
Regular Course, First Year: 
Arthur Otto Ernst. 
Honorable Mention: Irving Oelbaum. 

SIGMA PHI TAU FRATERNITY PRIZE. For highest rating in 
Chemistry and Dyeing, First-Year Day Classes: 
Anton Henry Gaede. 

ANNA E. SINNOTT PRIZE. For student of Second- Year Chemistr^f 
Dyeing and Printing Class attaining the highest rating for the full 
two-year course: 
William Hughes Stoh. 

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'TEXTILE WORLD" PRIZE. To student of Third-Year Chemistry, 
Dyeing and Printing Class, attaining the highest rating for the 
year's work: 
John WiUiam Wilson. 

'TEXTILE WORLD" PRIZE. To student of Evening Chemistry 
and Dyeing, attaining the highest rating for the full three-year 
course: 

Harry Seury. 

Honorable Mention: Herbert S. Travis. 



MRS. JONES WISTER PRIZE. For Silk Brocade Design with 
executed fabric: 
Harald Mohns, Jr. 
Honorable Mention: Kenneth Vincent McCaleb. 



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CERTIFICATES 

FULL COURSE CERTIFICATES— DAY CLASSES 



Eugene Clarence Boykin, Jr. 
Lester William Deaver 
Martin Ray Pickler 



COTTON COURSE (Two Years) 

Augustus Wardlaw Smith, Jr. 
Lewis Wimberly Thomas 
Terrell Lamar Yeomans 



SILK COURSE (Two Years) 

Randolph Doherty 
Fehx James Hammerstone 
Frederick William Kaufman, Jr. 
James Alexander McAllister 



Kenneth Vincent McCaleb 
Harald Mohns, Jr. 
Harry Elmer Mordan 
Stanley Tausend 



WOOL AND WORSTED COURSE (Two Years) 



Walter Stebbins Adams 

Adolfo Barroso 

Verny Carroll 

Herbert Eisenstead Daube 

Frank Tucker Hardwick 



William Alfred Hill 
Richard Aloysius Horstmann 
William Walter Minnich 
Albert Ernest Otto 
Thomas Mosser Roth 



DYEING AND COLOR MATCHING COURSE (Two Years) 
Leroy Seymour Rosenbaum 

PARTIAL COURSE CERTIFICATES— DAY CLASSES 

TWO YEARS OF THE REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE 

Carrie Arnold Andrew 
Arthur WiUiam Bartley 
Alfred Wood Bates 
Gordon Abbott Berkstresser 
Gerson Bernstein 
Horace Alford Brogan 
Benjamin Cornelius Brown 
Arthur Stanley Carlock 
John Joseph Caton, Jr. 
Isaac Parker Crowther 



William Cooke Curtis 
Michael Joseph Dougherty 
Sylvan Harold Edwards 
Hal Wilson Field 
Francis George Erase 
Lewis David Frederick 
Alan Chalmers Frost 
Alphonse Rudolph Gogreve 
George Edward Gross 
Adolph Hermes 



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William Henry Ingram, Jr. 
John Andrew Jasper 
Henry Downer Johnson, Jr. 
Harold Edward Kelly 
Paul Charles Keys 
Richard Kent Mitchell 
Bernard O'Brien 
Frederick Taylor Poe 
Lester Markley Rosenberger 
Herbert Spencer Rubenoff 



Edgar Leitner Schlesinger 
Benjamin Seaver 
James Shainfine 
Radley Dews Sheldrick 
James Brown Stephens 
Pliny Fisk Stewart 
Howard Foster Whitaker 
Edward White, 4th 
Paul William Youse 



TWO YEARS OF THE CHEMISTRY, DYEING AND 
PRINTING COURSE 



Leon Patterson Brick 
Edwin Carl Schlake 
William Hughes Stolz 



Frederick Charles Streckfuss, Jr. 
Frederic Charles Walsh 
Louis Wiegand 



FULL COURSE CERTinCATES— EVENING CLASSES 



REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE (Three Years— Evening) 



Charles Wilson Burk 
John Irvin Purdy 



Edgar S. Weinberg 



CHEMISTRY COURSE (Three Years) 



Robert A. Bruce 
Duncan Campbell 



Mark McLaughlin 
Wilham Henry Roeper 



CHEMISTRY AND DYEING COURSE (Three Years) 



Emerson L. Briggs 
Albert Taylor Buckius 
George Cargen 
Franklin J. Commo 
Raymond A. Dinan 
Robert Wesley Elliott 
William J. Emhart 
William Evans 
Martin Gebelein 



William F. Good 

John H. Hulton 

John J. Jaskell 

William Henry Kucklick 

Arthur F. McNally 

Harry Seury 

Thomas Allen Sharpe, Jr. 

Herbert S. Travis 

Christopher T. Wagner 



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PARTIAL COURSE CERTIFICATES— EVENING 
CLASSES 

WEAVE FORMATION (Three Years) 
William O'Connor Baker Tom W. Paget 

George E. Benton Harry Reedel 

Joseph Horan Christian M. Shimp 

George Ernest IngersoU Thomas J. Winters 

Joseph R. Norris Edward F. Worrell 

FABRIC ANALYSIS AND CALCULATION (Three Years) 
William O'Connor Baker Harry Reedel 

George E. Benton Edward F. Worrell 

Tom W. Paget 

FIGURED DESIGN (Two Years) 
Dennis J. Dunn John Edward Jamieson 

Joseph H. Farrell Stanley T. Suski 

Charles F. Fischer Andrew Van Parys 

George Elvin Flail John VanSciver 

COTTON YARN MANUFACTURE (Two Years) 
Walter F. Kraemer Jesse Malin Matlack 

Arthur H. Marshall 

WOOL YARN MANUFACTURE (Two Years) 
James Holden Booth Francis George Erase 

William Budd Adolph Julius Winkler 

C. L. Lui 

WORSTED YARN MANUFACTURE (One Year) 

James Holden Booth Albert Peel 

Wilham Budd Gerald S. Porter 

Alfred George Grumbrecht Frederick Powell 

George Grumbrecht Frank Quinn 

Solomon Haas Morris K. Scott 

C. L. Lui Albert Shuttlewatt 

Leslie Osbourne James Di Stephen 

RAW MATERIALS OF THE WOOL INDUSTRY (One Year) 

William M. Bartholomew Frederic B. Johnson 

Joseph A. Bernard James Harold Langford 

Thomas W. Bradley Henry E. La Voice 

Ralph E. Cooney Joseph Leese 

Ralph Weldon Hall H. Preston Lowden 

Ferdinand W. Hormann Samuel C. Lukens 

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C. Joseph McAlaine 
James McCaffrey 
George L. McCahey 
Alfred R. Mita 



Albert Peel 
Gerald S. Porter 
Albert Shuttlewatt 
Robert W. Walck 



Honorable Mention to the following students of the Philadelphia 
Textile School for successful completion of the year's work: 



Milton Maier Abrams 
Leo Columbus Albright 
Leland Reiff Barlament 
Edwin George Bauer 
John Alexander Bettes, Jr. 
Charles George Bossong 
Alfred Frederick Bracher, Jr. 
Irving Sydney Brand 
Emory Andrew Breuer 
Augustus Marian Burton 
Allan Winfield Buttrick 
Andre Bornot Carville 
William Clarke 
Edwin Clarence Cleveland 
Martin Shepard Coykendall 
Edward Frederick Doehne, Jr. 
Truman Loverin Eastman 
Arthur Eichler 
Arthur Otto Ernst 
Arthur Ewen 
Erret Reed Feeney 
Anton Henry Gaede 
William Ginburg 
Pierson MacDonald Grieve 
George Cameron Guile 
Louis Frederick Haage, Jr. 
John William Richard Harding 
Arthur Emil Hardt 
William Henry Harris 
Charles Mercer Hicks, Jr. 
George Bosch House 
Hugh McCroskey Huff 
Werner Belmont Hug 
Royal Winston Jagger 
Walter James Johnson 
Gordon Webster Keegan 

William 



Royal Leslie Krauss 
Benedict Isaac Kurshan 
Jack Lewis Landau 
Arnold Laventall 
Wilham Henry Lawrence, Jr. 
Arno Oscar Lenk, Jr. 
Robert Cummock Ligon 
John Roger Longbottom 
Harold Dudley Lyster 
Arthur Lester Markgraf 
George Acheson McCrea 
William Mendel 
Charles Wesley Metcalf, Jr. 
Cornell March Miller 
Arthur Sterling Mitchell 
Frank Fisher Mountcastle 
Stephen Bogert Musson 
Irving Oelbaum 
Emil Rudolph Pohlers 
William Courtney Rice 
Maurice Nicholas John Roux 
Lynford Horace Rowland 
Irving Adam Schauf 
George Emerson Scheer 
Harry Frank Simon 
J. S. Smith 

, Jr. Joseph John Solodyna 

William Randolph Stuckey 
John Cramp Sullivan 
William McKinley Test 
Edward Farrell Thompson 
John Joseph Tully 
Dan Gallaher Waller 
Paul Edward Walz 
John Kent Wieghorst 
Francis Marion Williams 

Barlow Williamson 

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OFHCERS OF THE FOURTH YEAR CLASS 

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ART 

1923-24 

President ROBERT C. CALE 

Vice-President RAPHAEL CAVALIERE 

Secretary EDITH THOMPSON 

Treasurer CARL WILDERMUTH 

OFHCERS OF THE THIRD YEAR CLASS 
TEXTILE DEPARTMENT— 1923-24 

President JOHN A. MEYER 

Vice-President MORTIMER A. SELINGER 

Secretary JOSEPH E. MURPHY 

Treasurer HAROLD C. WOOD 



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PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM AND SCHOOL OF 
INDUSTRIAL ART 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

GIFFORD PINCHOT, W. FREELAND KENDRICK, 

Governor of Pennsylvania Mayor of Philadelphia 

JOHN D. McILHENNY, Chairman 



Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg 

Charles Bond 

John G. Carruth 

William M. Elkins 

John Gribbel 

Mrs. Henry S. Grove 

John S. Jenks, Jr. 

Gustav Ketterer 

Edwin O. Lewis 

C. H. Ludington 

Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs 



Mrs. Frank T. Patterson 
Eli Kirk Price 
Thomas Robins 
Edgar V. Seeler 
J. Stogdell Stokes 
Edward T. Stotesbury 
James F. Sullivan 
Joseph E. Widener 
John T. Windrim 
William Wood 



OFHCERS 



JOHN D. McILHENNY, President 
JOHN G. CARRUTH, Vice-President 
WILLIAM M. ELKINS, Vice-President 
CHARLES BOND, Treasurer 
CHARLES H. WINSLOW, Secretary 
THOMAS H. WILLSON, Asst. Treasurer and Registrar 
HUGER ELLIOTT, Principal of the School 
EDWARD W. FRANCE, Director of the Textile School 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

John D. M'cllhenny, Chairman 
Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 

Charles Bond Eli Kirk Price 

John G. Carruth Thomas Robins 

William M. Elkins Edgar V. Seeler 

Mrs. Henry S. Grove J. Stogdell Stokes 

John S. Jenks William Wood 

INSTRUCTION COMMITTEE 

Eli Kirk Price, Chairman 
Nicola D'Ascenzo Gustav Ketterer 

Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg, ex officio/ Mrs. Robert R. Logan 
Charles Bond Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs 

Charles E. Borie, Jr. Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols 

Mrs. Jasper Y. Brinton Mrs. J. Howard Rhoads 

Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe William H. Richardson 

Countess Santa Eulalia Edgar V. Seeler 

John Fisler Mrs. Jones Wister 

Samuel S. Fleisher William Wood 

MUSEUM COMMITTEE 
John D. Mcllhenny, Chairman 
Morris R. Bockius Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 

Mrs. Hampton L. Carson Alfred C. Prime 

Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe J. Stogdell Stokes 

William M. Elkins Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 

Sydney E. Hutchinson Rodman Wanamaker 

John S. Jenks George D. Widener 

Mrs. Joseph Eeidy Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg, ex officio 

C. H. Ludington 

ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN 

President, Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg 
Vice-Presidents 
Miss Nina C. L,ea Mrs. Frank T. Patterson 

Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols Mrs. Jones Wister 

Recording Secretary, Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman 
Treasurer, Mrs. George H. Frazier 
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Thornton Oakley 
Mrs. Edgar W. Baird Mrs. Charles F. Judson 

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

Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg M'iss Nina C. Lea 

Mrs. Jasper Y. Brinton Mrs. Joseph Leidy 

Mrs. John H. Brinton Mrs. Robert R. Logan 

Mrs. Edward Browning Mrs. Norman MacLeod 

Mrs. William T. Carter Mrs. John H. McFadden, Jr. 

Mrs. J. Hamilton Cheston Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs 

Mrs. Herebt L. Clark Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols 

Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe M'rs. Thornton O'akley 

Mrs. S. Grey Dayton Mrs. Frank T. Patterson 

Mrs. William A. Dick Mrs. Eli K. Price 

Mrs. Russell Duane Mrs. J. Howard Rhoads 

M'iss Cornelia L. Ewing Countess Santa Eulalia 

Mrs. George H. Frazier Mrs. C. Shillard-Smith 

Mrs. Henry S. Grove Mrs. W. Stanley Stokes 

Mrs. J. Woodson Hancock Mrs. William H. Walbaum 

Mrs. H. Norris Harrison Mrs. Albert B. Weimer 

Mrs. Charles Wolcott Henry Mrs. Jones Wister 

Miss IMargaretta S. Hinchman Mrs. "C. Stewart Wurts 

CONTRIBUTING MEMBER 
Mrs. Percival Roberts, Jr. 

HONORARY MEMBERS 
M'rs. Hampton L. Carson Mrs. William D. Frismuth 

Miss Margaret Clyde Mrs. Edward T, Stotesbury 

M'rs. M. Hampton Todd