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Full text of "Commencement program, 1940"

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 

OF THE SCHOOLS OF THE 

PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF 

ART 

THE SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART 
THE PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE SCHOOL 



JUNE 6th. 1940 



PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART 
FAIRMOUNT 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2010 with funding from 

Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/commencementprog1940phil 



PROGRAM 



J. STOGDELL STOKES 

President 



ADDRESS 

HENRY CLIFFORD 



AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS 
Art School 

EDWARD WARWICK 

Dean 

Textile School 

EDWARD W. FRANCE 
Director 

PRESENTATION OF PRIZES 

MRS. J. STOGDELL STOKES 



THE SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART 

DIPLOMAS AWARDED 
June 6. 1940. 



Olivia R. Abbruzzi 

Kathryn M. Alderfer 

Margot Pearl Alyanakian 

Charles P. Baltrukonls 

Hannah Bayliss 

Thomas P. Beaudouin 

Marie Kalhryn Berner 

J. Philip Blank 

Mary Edith Boyer 

Elener Virginia Brown 

Ethel Broxnneyer 

Janet Marie Buzzard 

Charlotte T. Byj 

Elizabeth Truesdale Channbers 

Dorothy Louise Coleman 

William Cox 

Marie Marguerite D'Auria 

Irving Sledmond Docktor 

Lillian hHenry Dodd 

Irma Domke 

Bernard Edelstein 

Donald Shaffer Erdman 

hiarry D. Evans, Jr. 

John Andrew Falasco 

Esther Fieldblum 

Clark Battle FItz-Serald 

hielen Fitzpatrick 

Caecille Mildred Foelster 

James Livingston Ford 

David Freeman 

Rena Friedman 

Florence Luella Fry 

Katharine Fullaway 

Lillian W. Gamble 

John Vincent Glass 

Elizabeth Godshalk 

John Graber 

John Haigaard 

Jeanne N. Hamilton 

Helen I. Hartel 



Ralph Martin Heide 

Mary Helns 

Margaret Elizabeth Hocking 

Thomas E. Hook 

E. Ralston Hoopes 

Roberta Vivian Huntzinger 

Harold Bernard Keim, Jr. 

Mary Kerns 

Sara Rittenhouse Kriebel 

Lillian Labovltz 

Sidney Laverson 

Alice Dorothy Legge 

Adele Lewis 

Otto V. Maya 

Laura Mayer 

Josephine Rose Mlnnlck 

Frank William Morris, Jr. 

Beatrice Gertrude Moss 

William K. Munro 

Roger W. Nelson 

Paul E. Nonnast 

Isador I. Oslick 

Ruth Isabel Pastor 

Edith Rafael 

Ida Rose Ralney 

Jack Harford Ryan 

Gertrude Sagarman 

Louise Franck Schock 

Nancy Catharine Sellers 

Dana Campbell Springer 

Mariana Hires Springer 

Frank Stepler 

Ruth Woodruff Thomforde 

Aldo L. Trucano 

Harry Turner 

Henrietta van Gelder 

Sue Louise Veazey 

Eleanor Lorraine Wagner 

Karl Zaretsky 



CERTIFICATES FOR DAY SCHOOL, 1939-1940 
COSTUME DESIGN DRESSMAKING 



Virginia W. Godfrey 



Katherlne E. Lucas 



CERTIFICATES FOR EVENING SCHOOL, 1939-1940 
ADVERTISING DESIGN COSTUME DESIGN 

Ernest S. Appel 
Judith Helder 
Joseph C. Powell 

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Miriam Butler 
Maria C. Sammartino 



PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE SCHOOL 

DIPLOMAS AWARDED 
REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE 



Thomas Bayard Baldridge, Jr. 
Gilbert Roland Bassin 
Percy Philip Brand 
Max Robert Cohen 
Sidney Dorfman 
Charles Trevor Dunham, Jr. 
Jack Herbert Einiger 
Thomas Augustus Fields 
Jacob Garre Garretson, Jr. 
Melvin David Glass 
Thomas Byron Gold, Jr. 
Murray Lee Grand 
Martin Oscar Hahn 
Manning hialpert 
Franklin Jesse hHirschbein 
George Kapanjie 
Martin Seymour Klein 



Kenneth Alguire Latimer 
Jack Lawrence Lipshutz, Jr. 
Frederic George Milliken 
DeWitt Herbert Morton 
Harry Rudolph Nelson 
Malvin Leslie Newman 
John Warren Prifold 
William Fred Protz 
Thomas Charles Ridgway 
Alexander Jacob Rosenberg 
Samuel Rubin 

Morton Ogden Stafford, Jr. 
Joseph George Stauffer 
Frederick Erwin Urweider, Jr. 
Alvin Victor 
Attilio Harold Zayotti, Jr. 



CHEMISTRY, DYEING & PRINTING COURSE 



Ruth Garnet Chartener 
Edward Hungerford 
Frederick David Jones 
Wilbert Luther Kratz 



Bernard Menin 
Henry John Rotters 
Frederic Henry Winter 



CERTIFICATES— DAY CLASSES 



SILK COURSE (Two Years) 

Enrique Guerard Gonzalez 



William Julius Raab 



SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART 



HONOR LIST OF STUDENTS IN THE PREPARATORY CLASS 
OF THE ART SCHOOL • 



Elmer Aaron 
Jeanne D'Ambly 
Jean Darby 
Victor Fanelli 
Jack Gordon 
Vernon Huppi 
Joseph Kramer 
L. Brenneman Line 
John Lohmeyer 



Theodore Miller 
EdI+h Morch 
Mary Nalywinski 
Lila Oliver 
Moorehead Phillips 
Richard T. Reinhardt 
Richard Renninger 
Alphonse Sirauskas 



HONOR LIST OF STUDENTS IN THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 
OF THE ART SCHOOL IN DRAWING AND PAINTING 



Thomas Aiken 
Stephen Bloomer 
Eric Brett 
Herbert Buxbaum 
Joseph Camana 
Robert Crowl 
James Cooke 
James Connelly 
Boris Drucker 
Scott Gebhardtsbauer 
Naomi Kirpich 

PRIZES AND AWARDS 



Charles Lanning 
Robert Leinhelser 
Sarah Morris 
Jeannette Marcouse 
George Mayers 
Francis Reardon 
Andrew Sanders 
William Shoyer 
Joseph Stefanelli 
Albert Solomon 
Meyer Wollman 



THROUGH THE ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN 
AND THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL FUNDS 

Emma S. Crozier Fund 
Elizabeth B. Roberts Fund 
Joseph E. Temple Fund 

AWARDS IN COSTUME DESIGN 

1st Prize — Dana Springer 
Lillian Springer 

EVENING SCHOOL 

1st Prize — Phoebe Trullinger 

AWARDS 

CLASS IN ILLUSTRATION 

William Dressier, 4th year 
Piotr Dimitri, 3rd year 
William Plummer, 3rd year 



Thomas Skelton Harrison Fund 
Anne E. Sinnott Fund 



2nd Prize — Olivia Abbruzzi 
3rd Prize — Harriet Forman 



2nd Prize — Miriam Butler 



Walter Stan, 3rd year 
Joseph Stefanelli, 2nd year 
William Shoyer, 2nd year 



Herbert Buxbaum, 2nd year 
James E. Cooke, 2nd year 
Boris Drucker, 2nd year 



AWARDS 

CLASS IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 

Paul Nonnast, 4th year 

Helen Hartel, 4th year 

Tanfield Miller, 3rd year 

Albert Storz, 3rd year 

SPECIAL AWARD FOR PHOTOGRAPHY 

Otto V. Maya 

AWARDS 

FASHION ILLUSTRATION AND ACCESSORY DRAWING 

Lillian Labovitz, 4th year Peqqy Leak, 3rd year 

Marie D'Auria, 4th year Frances Linger, 2nd year 

AWARDS 

TEACHER EDUCATION 

Sidney Laverson Scott Gebhardtsbauer 

Elizabeth Mayers 

AWARDS 

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 

Harford Ryan, 4th year 
David Freennan, 4th year 
Morton Blumenfeld, 3rd year 

AWARDS 

STAGE CRAFT AND STAGE COSTUME DESIGN 

Margaret Hocking, 4th year Henrietta Van Gelder, 4th year 

From the Frederick Graff Fund 

AWARDED FOR FURNITURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN 



Thomas T. Greene, Jr., 3rd year 
Scott MacGregor, 2nd year 



Mildred Enterline 
Elaine Powell 



Josephine Minnick 



Thomas P. Beaudouin 
Harold B. Keim, Jr. 

From the Bough Borber Fund 
AWARDS FOR CERAMICS 

Ellen Baily 

Thomas T. Greene, Jr. 

Fronn the Henry Pepper Leiond Fund 

AWARDED FOR WORK DONE IN PEN AND INK 

AND BLACK AND WHITE MEDIUMS 

William Plummer Paul Nonnast 

SPECIAL AWARDS 

The Thornton Oaklel Gold Medal. Awarded for Illustration 
Award of Merit to 

William Dressier 
The Helen Stevenson West Award. For Best Notebook on Historic Costume 
Awarded to 

William L. B. Eggleton, 3rd 



THE PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE SCHOOL 
AWARDS OF PRIZES 

TO STUDENTS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS: 

MEDAL OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COTTON MANUFACTURERS. 
For general excellence, Regular Three Year Course: 

Thomas Augustus Fields 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the student ranking second !n gen- 
eral excellence, Regular Course, Third Year: 

Harry Rudolph Nelson 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the student of the Regular Course, 
Third Year, producing the best executed work in Jacquard Design: 

DeWitt Herbert Morton 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the student of the Regular Course, 
Third Year, attaining the highest rating for the year as regards progress and 
proficiency in the Department of Power Weaving: 

Gilbert Roland Bassin 

Honorable Mention: Harry Rudolph Nelson 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the student of the Chemistry. 
Dyeing and Printing Course, Third Year, attaining the highest rating for the year's 
work: 

Bernard Menin 

Honorable Mention: Henry John Rotters 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the student of Evening Chemistry 
and Dyeing attaining the highest rating for the full three-year course: 

Frederick Kreitzer Falrhurst 



TO STUDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN IN ATTENDANCE 
AT LEAST TWO YEARS: 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the student of the Second Year 
Regular Course, Day Classes, attaining the highest rating for the year's work: 
William August Emil Kosche 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the Regular Course Second-Year 

Day student producing the best executed fabric fronn Jacquard Design: 

Charles Martin Schroeder 

Honorable Mention: John Oughton, Jr. 

MOSS ROSE MANUFACTURING COMPANY PRIZE. For highest rating in the 
Second Year Silk Course, Day Classes: 
William Julius Raab 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the Second-Year Silk Course Day 
student producing the best designed and woven Jacquard Silk Fabric: 
William Julius Raab 

ROBERT C. BOGER, SR., PRIZE. To the student of the Second-Year Regular Course 

Day Classes attaining the highest rating for the year as regards progress and 

proficiency in the Department of Power Weaving: 

John Oughton, Jr. 

Honorable Mention: William August Emil Kosche 

ANNIE E. SINNOTT MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the student of the Second-Year Day 

Chemistry, Dyeing and Printing Course attaining the highest rating for tv/o years 

of the Course: 

Eric Gudgeon 

Honorable Mention: Ralph Jay Hoey 

TO STUDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN IN ATTENDANCE ONE YEAR: 

MRS. THOMAS ROBERTS PRIZE. For the highest rating In the Regular Day Course: 
Robert Kimball Ward 

DELTA KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY PRIZE. For the best executed work on the Hand 

Harness Loom, First-Year Day Classes: 

Robert Coshow Pickens 

Honorable Mention: Elmer Fred Marter 

PHI_ PSI FRATERNITY PRIZE. For the best executed work In Color Harmony and 

Design, First-Year Day Classes: 

Marvin Walter Simklns 

Honorable Mention: Elmer Fred Marter 

Charles Emanuel Levy 

SIGMA PHI TAU FRATERNITY PRIZE. For highest rating In the Chemistry. Dyeing 

and Printing Course, First-Year Day Class: 

Joseph Eugene Dunson 

Honorable Mention: Ernest Pliny FIsk Stewart 

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SCHOLARSHIPS— EVENING SCHOOL 

MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS— Regular Evening Textile Course; 

First Year: John Risko 

Second Year: John W. Archer, Jr. 

FULL COURSE CERTIFICATES— Evening School 



REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE (Three Years] 
John Warren Binns 
Norman Binns 
Paul B. Crab+ree 
Donald Gi+ell 
Bernard B. hloren 
Edward S. Kelly 
Stuart Norton Lawrence 



John C. Lehmann 
James Payne McDowell 
John Francis Noone 
John Joseph Raquet 
Walter Mansure Shull 
Howard Dwight Sipler 



CHEMISTRY AND DYEING COURSE (Three Years) 



Edwin Charles Dougherty 
Frederick Kreitzer Fairhurst 
Russell Phillip Friedrichs 
Edward Joseph Gibbons 
Edwin Joseph Grajeck 
Ernest Haller, Jr. 
Benjamin Franklin Henderson 
Robert Andrew Hoffman 
Jacob Peter Hoog 
Donald Francis Joos 



William John Lindley 
James Joseph Murphy 
Wesley Albright Race 
Jerome Edward Riley 
Anthony Joseph Senators 
Edmund Mansure Shull 
Dominic Anthony Siravo 
Albert Joseph Staines 
Edwin James Tole 



CHEMISTRY COURSE (Three Years] 
Joseph Anthony Clark 
Eugene Patrick Dougherty 
James Patrick Farrell 



John Jacobs Newton, Jr. 
Fred Markley Rosenberger 
Harold Taylor 



PARTIAL COURSE CERTIFICATES— 
DAY CLASSES 



TWO YEARS OF THE REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE 



Robert Beispel 
George Richard Bertolet 
William Henry Bertolet 
Armand Filer Burch 
George William Byers 
John Patrick Callan 



Harold L. Klrschenbaum 
Paul Arthur Koppe, Jr. 
William Emil August Kosche 
Norman Jefferson Lewis 
James Arnow McNaughton 
John Oughton, Jr. 



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Two Years of the Regular Textile Course [continued] 



Abraham Fertik Norman Edward Ruff 

George Edward Frey Willard Lewis Ruhe, Jr. 

Paul Kirk Halvorsen Charles Martin Schroeder 

Arthur Israel Stephen Siege! 

George Jubrias Howard Monroe Tapper 

Robert Philip Karp David Paul Tulcin 

TWO YEARS OF THE CHEMISTRY, DYEING 
AND PRINTING COURSE 

hlarry Melvin Fry George William Oughton 

hloward Simon Gerry Samuel Joseph Rexon 

Eric Gudgeon Arnold Roher 

Ralph Jay Hoey Albert Miller Wells 
Cameron Carswell MacNeill 

CERTIFICATES— EVENING CLASSES 
WEAVE FORMATION (Three Years) 

Elmer H. Blei William Albert Murray 

Edward Fatkin Dominic Francis Pagnotti 

James Edward Flood Jules Satinsky 

Roy William Kiscaden Edwin John Toperzer 

Arthur Thomas Miller Lewis Weinstein 

FABRIC ANALYSIS AND CALCULATIONS (Three Years) 

Elmer H. Blel William Albert Murray 

Walter Lytle Dunlop Dominic Francis Pagnotti 

Edward Fatkin Jules Satinsky 

James Edward Flood Edwin John Toperzer 

Arthur Thomas Miller Lewis Weinstein 



FIGURED DESIGN (Two Years) 

John W. Archer, Jr. 

COTTON YARN MANUFACTURE (One Year) 

William Joseph Boeck Bronislaus Joseph Lisowski 

Cyril William Draffin Edward Michael Meagher 

James Aloysius Hilley Elliott Jay Neal 

Robert hiawthorne Klink William Daniel Scott 

WORSTED YARN MANUFACTURE (One Year) 

Rea Eastwood Vincent James Parke*, 



WOOL YARN MANUFACTURE (One Year) 



S+ephen Raymond Buggey 
George Edward Came 
Robert Earl Copestick 
Andrew Czarnecki 
Nat C. Dean 
Rea Eastwood 
Ralph Howard Edwards 
John Madison Garvin 
Thonnas Greave, Jr. 
Harry Leady Hetrick 
Vernon Egbert Howell 
Robert Walter Klenk 



Joseph Bardnar Lindsay, Jr. 
Francis Joseph McGowen 
Francis David Muth 
Thomas Joseph Parkes 
Edwin Henry Pikalow 
James Merritt Redding 
James Henry Stake 
Maurice Stein 
Melvin Stucke 
William James Sullivan 
Marvin Aaron Weiner 
John Joseph Yarnail 



RAW MATERIALS OF THE WOOL INDUSTRY 



Kenneth Christian Beener 
Robert H. Bihn 
Walter Thomas Bitting 
Anthony Joseph Bonner 
Charles Joseph Carr 
Fred Daum, II 
Nat C. Dean 
John Thomas Drennen 
Harry Carleton Duer 
Thomas Mumford Fatkin, Jr. 
Harry Joseph Ganly 
John Madison Garvin 
Clifford Moore Gilpin 
Horace Goehringer 
Howard U. Goldstein 
Henry Hartman 
William Robert Heller 
Harry Leady Hetrick 
N. Ralph Holtzmann 

Robert 



Vernon Egbert Howell 
Edwin Yetter Hyde 
Charles William Johnson 
Charles William Laib 
Harry Roland Ludlam 
Rinaldo A. Lukens 
James Arnow McNaughton 
William Albert Murray 
Francis David Muth 
Dominic Francis Pagnotti 
Joseph George Pelan 
Frank Perri 

James Merritt Redding 
John J. Reilly 
John Wilfred Sandiford 
Paul Robert Schuiz 
Paul Siminuk 
Melvin Stucke 
Edward Joseph Sullivan 
Humphreys Thompson 



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Honorable mention to the following students of the Philadelphia Textile 
Scho-ol, day classes, for connpletion of one year's work: 



Henry Albert Aldrich, Jr. 
Edward Walter Andreae 
Richard Bergman 
Martin Herbert Bernstein 
Thomas Burmester Bishop 
Harold Stephen Boiger, Jr. 
Irving Brown 
Leonard Brown 
Norman Brown 
Gordon Stanley Cohen 
George Henry Dockray 
Joseph Eugene Dunson 
Raymond Leon Feinstein 
Jerome Gerson Feuer 
Robert Earl Fisher 
Leopold Friedman 
Terence Arthur Giffen 
Ferdinand LaMotte Gilpin, III 
Ralph Gossett, Jr. 
John Hardie Hardwick 
Nelson Samuel Harris, Jr. 
Bernard Patrick Harvey 
Benjamin Haytock, III 
George Thomas Hodges, III 
Howard John Holmes 
William Carroll Hyland 
Benjamin Rush Jolly 
G. Martin Kemp 
William Mezier Kerr 



Thomas Page Key, Jr. 
Charles Emanuel Levy 
Graham Jay Littlewood, Jr. 
Andrew London 
Joseph Margolin 
Elmer Fred Marter 
Robert Isaac Mather 
Maurice Mayper 
Chester Charles Moss 
Robert Pershing Nirenberg 
Francisco Jose Olarte 
Robert Coshow Pickens 
Stanley Rosenstein 
Seymour Rothkopf 
Gilbert Jerome Samuels 
Edward Cornelius Shaw 
Marvin Walter Simkins 
Robert Nelson Smith 
Ernest Pliny Fisk Stewarf 
Mervin Stoll 
Harold Stuart Streitfeld 
Donald Tammany 
Harold Thau 
Martin Miller Thomas 
Richard James Kirk Thomson 
Harvey Walters 
Robert Kimball Ward 
William Whitehead Webster 



PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

William M. Elkins, Chairman of the Board 

EX OFFICIIS 

Arthur H. James, Governor of Pennsylvania 

Robert E. Lamberton. Mayor of Philadelphia 

Bernard Samuels, President of City Council 

Emory McMichael, President of Commissioners of Fairmount Park 



ELECTED BY MEMBERS 

Paul P. Cret 

William M. Elkins 

Charles D. hiart 

R. Sturgis Ingersoll 

Walter C. Janney 

John Story Jenks 

William F. Kurtz 

Mrs. John D. Mcllhenney 

Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 



Staunton B. Peck 
Lessing J. Rosenwald 
Mrs. Wharton Sinkler 
J. Stogdell Stokes 
Roland L. Taylor 
George D. Widener 
Morris Wolf 
Charlton Yarnall 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT 

J. Stogdell Stokes 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 
John Story Jenks 
George D. Widener 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER 
Julius Zieget 



ASSISTANT SECRETARY AND 
ASSISTANT TREASURER 
Willard P. Graham 

DEAN OF THE SCHOOL 
Edward Warwick 

DIRECTOR OF THE MUSEUM 
Fiske Kimball 

DIRECTOR OF THE 
TEXTILE SCHOOL 
Edward W. France 



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COMMITTEE ON INSTRUCTION 

J. S+ogdell Stokes, Chairman Theodore B. Hayward 

Mrs. George S. G. Cavendish John Story Jenks 

Charles Child Henry P. Mcllhenny 

Charles T. Coiner Oscar E. Mertz 

Nicola D'Ascenzo Joseph P. Sims 

Alban Eavenson Mrs. S. Emien Stokes 

W. Griffin Gribbel Mrs. J. Stogdell Stokes 

Stanley H. Hart Franklin C. Watkins 



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ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN 

HONORARY PRESIDENT 

Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 

PRESIDENT 

Mrs. George S. G. Cavendish 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols Mrs. Edgar W. Baird Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 

Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman 

RECORDING SECRETARY 
Mrs. Ralph Earle 

TREASURER 

Mrs. John H. Whelen, Jr. 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY 

Mrs. Littleton W. T. Waller, Jr. 



MEMBERS 



Mrs. Lewis Audenried 
Mrs. Henry A. Berwind, Jr. 
Mrs. Nicholas Biddle 
Mrs. John B. Carson 
Mrs. J. Hannilton Cheston 
Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe 
Mrs. William A. Dick 
Mrs. John T. Dorrance 
Mrs. Russell Duane 
Mrs. George H. Frazier 
Mrs. Henry C. Gibson 
Mrs. F. Woodson Hancock 
Mrs. Thomas Hart 
Mrs. J. Bertram Hervey 
Mrs. Henry S. Jeanes 
Mrs. John Story Jenks 



Mrs. W. Logan MacCoy 
Mrs. Sydney E. Martin 
Mrs. John D. Mcllhenny 
Mrs. Richard Wain Meirs 
Mrs. Thornton Oakley 
Mrs. Alfred Coxe Prime 
Mrs. George A. Robbins 
Mrs. Benjamin Rush, Jr. 
Mrs. Joseph Kennard Skilli 
Mrs. C. Shillard-Smith 
Mrs. Walter E. Spear 
Mrs. W. Standley Stokes 
Mrs. William P. Wear 
Mrs. P. A. B. WIdener, 2nd 
Mrs. John Wintersteen 
Mrs. C. Stewart Wurts 



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CONTRIBUTING MEMBER 

Mrs. Perclval Roberts, Jr. 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Mrs. Edward Browning 
Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 



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