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THE PENNSYLVANIA 
MUSEUM and SCHOOL 
OF INDUSTRIAL ART 

PHILADELPHIA 




LIST OF GRADUATES 

AND 
PRIZE WINNERS 

THE SCHOOL 

BROAD AND PINE STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA 

JUNE 4, 1925 



THE PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM AND SCHOOL OF 
INDUSTRIAL ART 



DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ART 



DIPLOMAS AWARDED 



Margaret Abbott 
Carl A. Bretz 
Helen B. Chadwick 
Ruth E. CoUings 
Alfred Crawford 
Robert W. Crowther 
Marilla C. Finch 
Francis M. Finnegan 
Michael J. Gallagher 
Lentz Gold 
Edward C. Gressley 
John Hearn 
Alberta E. Heess 
Emma Hulbirt 



Joseph A. Janson 
Florence C. Jester 
Vera Kenny 
Frederick N. King 
Frederick Ledgard 
Dorothea Mendte 
Margaret Nefferdorf 
Oliva V. Rogers 
Max Schwartz 
Florence Taylor 
Walton S. Thompson 
Carl A. Wildermuth 
Charlotte Wohlhieter 
John C. Wonselter 



TEXTILE DEPARTMENT 



DIPLOMAS AWARDED 



REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE 



Carrie Arnold Andrew 

Charles Egbert Attix 

Alfred Wood Bates 

Gordon Abbott Berkstresser, Jr. 

Gerson Bernstein 

Horace Alford Brogan 

Benjamin Cornelius Brown 

Arthur Stanley Carlock 

John Joseph Caton, Jr. 

Isaac Parker Crowther 

William Cooke Curtis, Jr. 

Michael Joseph Dougherty 

Sylvan Harold Edwards 

Hal Wilson Field 

Francis George Erase 

Louis David Frederick 

Alan Chalmers Frost 

George Edward Gross 

Adolph Hermes 

William Henry Ingram, Jr. 



John Andrew Jasper 
Henry Downer Johnson, Jr. 
Harold Edward Kelly 
Paul Charles Keys 
Ku Young Lee 
Richard Kent Mitchell 
Laurens Herbert Neubauer 
Bernard O'Brien 
Edgar Davenport Paul 
Lester Markley Rosenberger 
Herbert Spencer Rubenoff 
Benjamin Seaver 
Edgar Leitner Schlesinger 
James Shainfine 
Radley Dews Sheldrick 
Francis James Sheridan 
James Brown Stephens 
Howard Foster Whitaker 
Edward White, 4th 
Paul William Youse, Jr. 



CHEMISTRY, 

Leon Patterson Brick 
Frederick Parker Burkart, Jr. 
Edwin Carl'Schlake 
William Hughes Stolz 



DYEING AND PRINTING COURSE 

Frederic Charles Streckfuss, Jr. 
Frederic Charles Walsh 
Louis Wiegand 



SCHOLARSHIPS 

EVENING SCHOOL 

MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS. Regular Evening Textile Course: 
Paul D. Barstow (First Year). 
Archie F. McAllister (Second Year). 



PRIZES 



ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN'S PRIZES: 

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ELIZABETH DUANE GILLISPIE PRIZE. For general excellence in 
the Beginners' Class: 
Prize: Hubert Logan. 
Honorable Mention: Charles Klebe. 

Edward Strawbridge. 
For Design — Batik: Russel Senner. 

MEREDITH ALLISON PRIZE. For best "Zoo" Poster: 
William Burns. 

CHARLES W. BAILEY MEMORIAL PRIZE. For Work at the 
Zoological Garden: 
First Prize: Rena Sharpless. 
Honorable Mention: Drusilla H. Messenger. 

JOSEPH T. BAILEY MEMORIAL PRIZE. For general excellence in 
Nature Study: 
First Prize: Helen Taber. 
Honorable Mention: Rena Sharpless. 

BAUGH'BARBER PRIZE FOR POTTERY: 
Prize: Alfred Crawford. 



PRIZES IN COSTUME CLASS: 

Mrs. Carter: 1st Costume Design Prize: Viola Koerber. 

Mrs. MacLeod: 2nd Costume Design Prize: Elinor Johnson. 

Mrs. Coxe: 3rd Costume Design Prize: Mildred Hoeffler. 

Mrs. Coxe: 4th Costume Design Prize: Adele Kintzer. 

Mrs. Grove: Best Made Costume Prize: Lioy Schock. 

Mrs. Ralston: Special Prize for Industry and Effort: Mabel bliter. 

Associate Committee of Women's Prize for work: Mrs. Graham. 

MRS. HERBERT CLARK PRIZES. In Illustration: 
First Prize: John C. Wonselter. 
Second Prize: John Hearn. 

EMMA S. CROZIER PRIZES. For First Year Cast Drawing: 
Equal First Prizes: Charles Klebe. 
Hubert Logan. 
Jean MacDonald. 
Thurston Munson. 
James Reid. 
Laura Sackett. 
Ralph Seberhagen. 
Frederick Sprague. 
Edward Strawbridge. 

EMMA S. CROZIER PRIZE. For First Year Color and Design: 
Equal First Prizes: Joseph Bolden. 
Charles Klebe. 
Hubert Logan. 
Edward Strawbridge. 

DELTA SIGMA THETA PRIZE: For general excellence Fourth Year 
Class : 
Robert W. Crowther. 

FREDERICK GRAFF PRIZE: For architectural excellence in Interior 
Decoration : 
Prize: Helen Chadwick. 



MISS NINA LEA PRIZES. For water color rendering: 
First Prize: Rodney Gould, 
Second Prize: Adams W. Niesley. 

HENRY PERRY LELAND PRIZES. For pen and ink rendering: 
First Prize: Margaret Abbott. 
Second Prize: Louise Larkin. 
*Special Prize: Marjorie Lee. 

MRS. H. S. PRENTISS NICHOLS SPECIAL PRIZES. In Design: 
First Prize: Amy B. Macklem. 
Second Prize: Lydia Elwell. 

MRS. FRANK THORNE PATTERSON PRIZES. For work in 
Wrought Iron: 
Equal First Prizes: Francis M. Finnegan. 
Joseph A. Janson. 

MRS. THOMAS ROBERTS PRIZES. For work in Interior 
Decoration: 
First Prize: Margaret NefiFerdorf. 
Second Prize: Richard Klinges. 

MRS. THOMAS ROBERTS PRIZES. For furniture design and 
making: 
First Prize: John R. Gilbert. 
Second Prize: Frederick King. 

TEMPLE PRIZES. Poster and Advertising Design: 
First Prize: Otis Walter. 
Second Prize: Gilbert Shivers. 
For Design: Katherine McCollum. 
For Lettering: Julian A. Carlile. 

MRS. C. STEWART WURTZ PRIZE. For rendering of furniture: 
Prize: Oliva Verna Rogers. 



THE PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE SCHOOL 

ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN'S PRIZE. For Jacquard 
design with executed fabrics, Regular Course, Third Year: 
Henry Downer Johnson, Jr., and Benjamin Seaver. 
Honorable Mention: William Cooke Curtis, Jr., and Gerson Bernstein. 

JOHN G. CARRUTH PRIZE. For highest rating in the Wool 
Course, Second Year: 
Edwin Clarence Cleveland. 
Honorable Mention: Arthur Ewen. 

MISS CLYDE PRIZE. For best executed fabric from Jacquard design, 
Second Year: 
Bertram H. W. Jones. 
Honorable Mention: Lynford Horace Rowland. 

DELTA PHI PSI FRATERNITY PRIZE. For general excellence in 
Weave Formation and Fabric Analysis, First'Year Classes: 
Nelson Theodore Wright. 

Honorable Mention: Frank Patrick Delahanty. 
Henry Simone. 

DELTA KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY PRIZE. For best executed work 
on the Hand Harness Loom, First- Year Day Classes: 
Paul Elon Higgins. 
Honorable Mention: Frank Patrick Delahanty. 

JOSEPH ELIAS PRIZE. For highest rating in Second Year. Day 
Silk Course. 
Arthur Hardt. 
Honorable Mention: Arthur Lester Markgraf. 



JOSEPH ELIAS PRIZE. To student of First Year Evening Jacquard 
Class attaining the highest rating; 
Frank J. Rumpf. 
Honorable Mention: Edward P. Hazard. 

HENRY FRIEDBERGER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To student ranking 
second in general excellence, Regular Course, Third Year: 
Henry Downer Johnson, Jr. 

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 : 

Arthur Otto Ernst. 

Honorable Mention: Harold Calvin Hartzell, 

KROUT & FITE MANUFACTURING COMPANY PRIZE. For 
highest rating in the Cotton Course, Second Year: 
William Clarke, 2d. 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COTTON MANUFACTURERS' 
MEDAL. For general excellence, Regular ThrecYear Course: 
Benjamin Seaver. 

PHI PSI FRATERNITY PRIZE. For best executed work in Color 
Harmony and Design, First' Year Day Classes: 
Robert Clayton Bokum. 
Honorable Mention: Nelson Theodore Wright. 

MRS. THOMAS ROBERTS PRIZE. For highest rating in the Regular 
Course, First Year: 
Nelson Theodore Wright. 
Honorable Mention: Robert Clayton Bokum. 

SIGMA PHI TAU FRATERNITY PRIZE. For highest rating in 
Chemistry and Dyeing, First'Year Day Classes: 
William Rudolph Gutekunst. 

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ANNA E. SINNOTT PRIZE. For student of Second-Year Chem- 
istry, Dyeing and Printing Class attaining the highest rating for 
the full twcyear course: 
A. Henry Gaede. 

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

"TEXTILE WORLD" PRIZE. To Student of Evening Chemistry and 
Dyeing attaining the highest rating for the full three-year course: 
Paul Henry Reichling. 
Honorable' Mention : John Sherman Welchous. 

MRS. JONES WISTER PRIZE. For Silk Brocade Design with exe- 
cuted fabric: 
Arno Oscar Lenk, Jr., and Arthur Lester Markgraf. 
Honorable Mention: Arthur Eichler and John Kent Wieghorst. 



CERTIFICATES 

FULL COURSE CERTIFICATES— DAY CLASSES 

COTTON COURSE (Two Years) 

William Clarke, 2nd Frank Fisher Mountcastle 

Arnold Jerome Laventall Francis Marion William 

Robert Cumnock Ligon 

SILK COURSE (Two Years) 

Arthur Eichler Arthur Lester Markgraf 

Arthur Hardt Joshua Soule Smith, Jr. 

George Bosch House John Cramp Sullivan 

Werner Belmont Hug John Kent Wieghorst 

Arno Oscar Lenk, Jr. John Thomas Williams 

WOOL AND WORSTED COURSE (Two Years) 

Leo Columbus Albright Edwin Clarence Cleveland 

Robert Charles Baker Truman Loverin Eastman 

Leland Reiff Barlament Arthur Ewen 

Augustus Marion Burton Royal Winston Jagger 

Allan Winfield Buttrick David Krasner 

DYEING AND COLOR MATCHING COURSE (Two Years) 

George Cameron Guile Edward Farrell Thompson 

Arthur Sterling Mitchell 

JACQUARD DESIGN COURSE (Two Years) 

Bertram H. W. Jones 

PARTIAL COURSE CERTIFICATES— DAY CLASSES 

TWO YEARS OF THE REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE 

Milton Maier Abrams Martin Shepard Coykendall 

Frederick Ninen Andreae Arthur Otto Ernst 

John Alexander Bettes, Jr. Pierson MacDonald Grieve 

Charles George Bossong John William Richard Harding, Jr. 

Alfred Frederick Bracher, Jr. William Henry Harris 

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Harold Calvin Hartzell 
Thomas Robert Hughes 
Gordon Webster Keegan 
Jack Lewis Landau 
Harold Dudley Lyster 
Cornell March Miller 
Leslie Snow Morrey 
Stephen Bogert Musson 
Emil Rudolph Pohlers 
William Courtney Rice 
Lynford Horace Rowland 



Maurice Nicholas John Roux 
Irving Schauf 
George Emerson Scheer 
Harry Frank Simon 
Stephen Joseph Stroock 
William Randolph Stuckey 
Dan Gallaher Waller 
Paul Edward Walz 
Millard Newton Wattis 
William Barlow Williamson 
Stanley Waterbury Woerner 



TWO YEARS OF THE CHEMISTRY, DYEING AND 
PRINTING COURSE 
Andre Bornot Carville Anton Henrv Gaede 



FULL COURSE CERTIFICATES— EVENING CLASSES 

REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE (Three Years— Evening) 



Dennis Joseph Dunn 

John Benjamin Ernst 

Solomon Haas 

Walter Paul Liebau 

Norman James Anderson Mitchell 

Albert Cummins Oehrle 



Peter Paul Olney 
Francis Thomas Quinlan 
Anthony Joseph Schlereth 
Morris Keilholtz Scott 
James Michael Sweeney 



CHEMISTRY COURSE (Three Years) 
Emanuel Francis Ashdale John R. McNamara 

CHEMISTRY AND DYEING COURSE (Three Years) 



Harry Byers 
William Dunn 
Louis Finkel 
Adam H. Gass 
William Frank Graney 
William Henry Grimditch 
Edwin A. Gutekunst 
Edward Noll Huber 
Edmund Macauley 



Paul Henry Reichling 

Leonard Ellsworth Sherman 

Charles M. Simon, Jr. 

Harry A. Stewart 

August Sulger 

Emil R. Tetzner 

John J. Veasey 

John Volk 

John Sherman Welchous 



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PARTIAL COURSE CERTIFICATES— EVENING CLASSES 

WEAVE FORMATION (Three Years) 

Theodore Francis Carney John Edward Jamieson 

Ralph Miller Cornman James Joseph McCaffrey 

John Carl Ehinger, Jr. John Van Sciver 

Raymond David Haigh Sebastian Herman Vogt 

FABRIC ANALYSIS AND CALCULATION (Three Years) 

Raymond David Haigh Sebastian Herman Vogt 

FIGURED DESIGN (Two Years) 

Ralph Miller Cornman Charles B, Mauger 

James E. Craven Robert E. Sullivan 

Burrows Howard Harris 

COTTON YARN MANUFACTURE (Two Years) 

Walter Davis Lewin Frank C. Schneider 

Samuel C. Lukens Vernon Pierce Woodbury 

John Lawrence Muller 

WOOL YARN MANUFACTURE (Two Years) 

Charles John Funk Alexander MacEachern 

WORSTED YARN MANUFACTURE (One Year) 

Harry John Eldred Archie F. McAllister 

Harry Samuel Gilbert Dominick Rossi 

Herbert B. Kratz; Paul S. VanArsdale 

Harold Kring Norman Wolstenholme 

RAW MATERIALS OF THE WOOL INDUSTRY (One Year) 

Peter J. Clark Harold Kring 

Thomas A. Crompton Fred. W. Phipps 

Harry Samuel Gilbert Howard O. Rappold 

Thomas D. J. Gleeson Arthur C. Whittaker 

Daniel Mason Godwin, Jr. Norman Wolstenholme 

James L. Higgins John Orville Wrightson 
Herbert B. Kratz 



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Honorable Mention to 
Textile School for successful 

Randall Wadhams Barton 
Robert Clayton Bokum 
Carrol Frederick Bondy 
Harry Isaac Brawer 
Wesley Ernest Broadhead 
Philips Brooks 
Morris Bruck 
John Richmond Budelman 
Edgar Franklin Cadmus 
James Gordon Camelford 
James Barker Coykendall, Ji 
Jesse Daniels 
Frank Patrick Delahanty 
McDonald Dixon 
James Fellis 
William Goedecke 
Jacob Goldfarb 
Edwin Peter Grossman 
William Rudolph Gutekunst 
Frederick Shaw Haslam 
William James Hall, Jr. 
Paul Elon Higgins 
Frank Hay Hoff 
Stanley L. Holzman 
John Klein Hornik 
George Ellwood Houghton 
Robert L. HujEnes, Jr. 
William D. Junghans 
Frank Lawrence Kane 
George Francis Kay 



the following students of the Philadelphia 
completion of the year's work: 

Arthur Joseph Kellner 

Harry Kirsner 

Louis Frederick Krenning, Jr. 

William Fred Langjahr 

Arthur Ernest Lehman 

William Lyall, 2d 

Malcolm Duce McMeekan 

William Henry Meyerhoff 

James Francis Moran 

Charles Francis Nassau, Jr. 

Alonzo Mitchell Norris 

Lloyd Oppenheimer 

Spencer Bradley Orelup 

Julius Salvadare Pasquariella 

Sidney Phillips 

F. Stillman Richardson 

Edgar S. Rosenau 

George Frederick Ernest Scheide' 

mann 
Paul Gorham Sears 
Henry Simone 
Horace Wood Slocum 
Kenneth Chubb Smith 
William Henry Smith 
Morris Speizman 
Donald Anderson Steele 
Carl Alfred Tips 
Victor Joseph Voss 
Donald Wakefield Wills 
Nelson Theodore Wright 



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OFFICERS OF THE FOURTH YEAR CLASS 

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ART 

1924-25 

President RIPLEY W. BUGBEE 

Vice-President HELEN STEVENSON 

Secretary JANET GRIMES 

Treasurer ROBERT CROWTHER 

OFFICERS OF THE THIRD YEAR CLASS 

TEXTILE DEPARTMENT 

1924-25 

President WILLIAM C. CURTIS 

Vice-President LOUIS WIEGAND 

Secretary HAL W. FIELD 

Treasurer JAMES B. STEPHENS 



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PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM AND SCHOOL OF 
INDUSTRIAL ART 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



GIFFORD PINCHOT 

Governor of Pennsylvania 



W. FREELAND KENDRIGK 

Mayor of Philadelphia 



JOHN D. McILHENNY, Chairman 



Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg 

Charles Bond 

Mrs. Edward Browning 

WiUiam M. Elkins 

John Gribbel 

John S. Jenks 

Gustav Ketterer 

Edwin O. Lewis 

G. H. Ludington 

Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs 



Eli Kirk Price 
Thomas Robins 
Edgar V. Seeler 
J. Stogdell Stokes 
Edward T. Stotesbury 
James F. Sullivan 
Charles J. Webb 
George D. Widener 
John T. Windrim 
William Wood 



OFFICERS 



JOHN D. McILHENNY, President 
WILLIAM M. ELKINS, Vice-President 
CHARLES H. WINSLOW, Secretary 
CHARLES BOND, Treasurer 
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. McIIhenny, Chairman 

Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg Thomas Robins 

Charles Bond Edgar V. Seeler 

Mrs. Edward Browning J. Stogdell Stokes 

William M. Elkins Charles J. Webb 

John S. Jenks George D. Widener 

Eli Kirk Price William Wood 

MUSEUM COMMITTEE 
John D. McIIhenny, Chairman 

Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg, ex-officio George H. Lorimer 

Morris R. Bockius C. H. Ludington 

Mrs. Hampton L. Carson Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 

Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe Alfred C. Prime 

William M. Elkins J. Stogdell Stokes 

Sydney E. Hutchinson Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 

John S. Jenks Rodman Wanamaker 

Mrs. Joseph Leidy George D. Widener 

INSTRUCTION COMMITTEE 
Eli Kirk Price, Chairman 
Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg, ex-officio Gustav Ketterer 
Charles Bond Mrs. Robert R. Logan 

Charles L. Borie, Jr. Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs 

Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols 

Nicola D'Ascenzo Mrs. J. Howard Rhoads 

John Fisler William H. Richardson 

Samuel S. Fleisher Edgar V. Seeler 

Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman William Wood 

Honorary Member 
Mrs. Jones Wister 

ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN 
Honorary President, Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg 
President, Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 
Vice-Presidents 
Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols Mrs. Jones Wister 

Miss Nina Lea Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe 

Recording Secretary, Mrs. J. Howard Rhoads 
Treasurer, Mrs. Edward Browning 
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Thornton Oakley 
Mrs. Edgar W. Baird Mrs. Charles F. Judson 

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

Mrs. McFadden Brinton Mrs. Joseph Leidy 

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

Mrs. J. Hamilton Cheston Mrs. Norman MacLeod 

Mrs. Herbert L. Clark Mrs. John H. McFadden, Jr. 

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

Mrs. William A. Dick Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 

Mrs. Russell Duane Countess of Santa Eulalia 

Miss Cornelia L. Ewing Mrs. C. Shillard-Smith 

Mrs. George H. Frazier Mrs. W. Standley Stokes 

Mrs. Henry S. Grove Mrs. William H. Walbaum 

Mrs. F. Woodson Hancock Mrs. Albert B. Weimer 

Mrs. Charles Wolcott Henry 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. William D. Frishmuth