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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

BUREAU OF EDUCATION 



BULLETIN. 1922, No. 50 



EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 

1922-1923 




WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFHCE 

1923 



ADDITIONAL COPIES 

OF THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE PROCURED FBOU 

THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

AT 

15 CENTS PER COPY 



PURCHASER AGREES NOT TO RESELL OR DISTRIBUTE THIS 
COPY FOE PROFIT.— PUB. RES. 57, APPROVED MAY 11, 1922 



CONTENTS. 

Page. 

I. The United States Bureau of Education 1 

II. Principal State school officers 3 

III. County and other local superintendents of schools 13 

IV. Superintendents of public schools in cities and towns 46 

V. Presidents of universities and colleges 67 

VI. Presidents of junior colleges 77 

VII. Heads of departments of education 78 

VIII. Presidents or deans of schools of theology 87 

IX. Presidents or deans of schools of law 90 

X. Presidents or deans of schools of medicine 92 

XI. Presidents or deans of schools of dentistry 94 

XII. Presidents or deans of schools of pharmacy 94 

XIII. Presidents of schools of osteopathy 96 

XIV. Presidents or deans of schools of veterinary medicine 96 

XV. Presidents, etc., of institutions for the training of teachers: 

I. Presidents of teachers' colleges 96 

II. Principals of normal training schools: 

1. Public normal schools 99 

2. Private normal schools 104 

III. Directors of kindergarten training in colleges, normal schools, 

and kindergarten training schools 105 

XVI. Directors of summer schools 109 

XVII. Librarians of public and society libraries ]26 

XVIII. Executive officers of State library commissions 151 

XIX. Directors of library schools 152 

XX. Educational boards and foundations 152 

XXI. Church educational boards and societies 153 

XXII. Jewish educational organizations 154 

XXIII. Superintendents of Catholic parochial schools 155 

XXIV. Directors of schools for social workers 156 

XXV. International associations of education 156 

XXVI. American educational associations 157 

XXVII. Learned and civic organizations 171 

XXVIII. National Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teacher Associations 173 

XXIX. State Federation of Women's Clubs 174 

XXX. Educational periodicals. 176 

III 



EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 



I. United States Bureau of Education. 

CommlmoiuT of Education, John J. Tigert. 

Theo. Honour, secretary to the commissioner. 
Office of the chief clerk: 

Lewis A. Kalbach, chief clerk. 

Lempi J. Hytonen, assistant to the chief clerk. 
Mails and Files Section — 

Eunice W. Curtis, in charge. 

Mrs. Lottie Pattou, clerk. 

B. PYank Morrison, clerk. 
Stenographic Section — 

Mrs. Marthena Whipple Wolcott, in charge. 

Mrs. Lucy M. Manning. 

Mrs. Mabel Hile Sniitli. 

Mrs. Gladys G. Chaney. 

Andrew H. Gibbs. 

Alfred C'hicliiricco. 

Mrs. Merle W. Hersey. 

Mrs. Edna N. Donahue. 

Mrs. Cletus M. Robinson. 

Mrs. Elizabeth D. Dunavent. 

Julia F. Barr. 
Messengers — 

William Newman, messenger. 

George W. Johnson, assistant messenger. 

Oliver C. Pugh, messenger boy. 
Editorial Division: 

James C'. Boykin, chief. 
Allen E. Miller, editor. 
Henry R. Evans. 
Birdie B. Hill. 
Edith A. Wright. 
Sarah L. Doran. 
Margaret F. Ryan. 
John R. Hendley. 
Edward T. Dyer. 
Joseph H. Richardson. 
Statistical Section: 

Florence DuBois, statisticiafi. 
Nathalie Leveque. 
Mrs, Pearl Woolverton. 
Lula M. Comstock. 
Mrs. Mary Ella W. Banfield. 
-Mrs. Margaret G. Boykin. 
William H. Hays. 
Mrs. Marie L. Nigh. 
Mrs. Cornelia A. Warneke. 
Freda L. SeauberUch. 
Library Division: 

John D. Wolcott, director, library extension. 
Miltenberger N. Smull. 
Martha R. McCabe. 
Agues I. Lee. 
Mrs. Nora R. Tatum. 
Jiuth A. Gray. 
Alden D. Collins. 
Eva B. Hutchinson. 
Home Education Section: 

EUen C. Lombard, director. 
Alaska Division: 

Washington {D. C.) office— 

William Hamilton, acting chief. 

David E. Thomas, accoimtant. 
Seattle (Wash.) office— 

William T. Lopp, superintendent of education of natives of Alaska. 

Julius C. Helwig, secretary to the superintendent of education of nativtS of Alaska. 

Harry C. Sinclair, supply agent. 

Chauncey C. Bestor, special disbursing agent. 

James O. Williams. 

Mrs. Ivy M. Knox. 

Mark Taylor. 
Division oj City School Systems: 

Walter S. Dellenbaiigh, specialist in city school systems. 
Alice Barrows, specialist in industrial and economic relations in education. 
Julia Wade Aljbot, specialist in kindergarten education. 
Nina C. Vandewalker, specialist in kindergarten education. 
Florence C. Fox, specialist in educational systems. 
Mrs. Florence K. Evans. 
Bertha Y. Hebb. 
Mabel R. Thawley. 
Division of Higher Education: 

(icorge F. Zook, specialist in higher education. 

Walton C. John, specialist in rural and technical education. 



2 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

Divhimi of TTiglieT F.dvmtion — Continued. 

Lkn-d E. Blauch, specialist ia charge of laud-grant college statistics. 
Ella B. Uatcliffc, clerk. 
Margaret ,1. S. Carr. 
Dhhion of Rural Education: 

Mrs. katherine M. Cook, specialist in rural education. 
John C. Muerman, specialist in rural education. 
Edith \. Lathro]), speciaUst in rural oducalioQ. 
James F. Abel, assistant in rural education. 
Maud C. Newbury, a.'isistant in rural education. 
Eustace E. Windes, assistant in rural educatioTi. 
Alex. Summers, collector and compiler of statistics. 
Florence E. Reynolds. 
Division of Physical Education and School Hygiene: 

Harriet I.,." Wedgwood, junior sjiecialist in education (.school hygiene). 
Dorothy Hutchinson, junior specialist in education (school hygiene). 
JuUa L! Power. 

Fletcher B. Dresslar, special agent, George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, Tenn, 
Arthur Macdonald. 
Service Ditisioii: 

Industrial Education Section — 

"SVilliam T. Bawden, spcciaUst in industrial education. 
Section of Foreign Educational Systems — 

George W. A. Luckey, spcciahst in foreign educational systems. 

Peter H. Pearson, translator. 

Frances M. Fernald, translator. 
Commercial Education Section — 

Glen Levin Swiegctt, spcciahst in commercial education. 
School Legislation Section — 

Wilham R. Hood, speciahst in school legislation. 
Special Collaborators in. Fidd Service: 

1. Representatives of State Departments of Education — 

J. W. Abererombie, State sujjerintendent of public instruction, Montgomery, Ala. 

Wilham Arthur Bass, chief clerk. State department of education, Nashville, Tenn. 

Ernest W. Butterfield, State superintendent of public instruction. Concord, N. H. 

Charles Carroll, State department of public instruction, Providence, R. I. 

Juhus A. Churcliill, State superintendent of public instruction, Salem, Oreg. 

Ewing N. CoUette, State department of education, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Leo M. Favrot, assistant niral-s^liool supervisor. State department of education. Baton Rouge, La. 

Lester D. Henderson, commissioner of education, Juneau, Alaska. 

Ida M. Huston, chief clerk. State department of public instruction, Lansing,- Mich. 

Elvin J. Norton, deputj^ State superintendent of public instruction. Salt Lake City, Utah. 

W. H. Pittraan, chief clerk. State department of public instruction, Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Josei)hine C. Preston, State superintendent of pubUc instruction, Ohonpia, Wash.. 

Ethel E. Redfield, State superintendent of iniblic instruction, Boise, Idalio. 

Fred L. Shaw, State superintendent of public instruction, Pierre, S. Dak. 

Payson Smith, commissioner of education, Boston, Mass. 

Jolin E. Swearingcn, State superintendent of public instruction, Columbia, S. C. 

Augustus O. Thomas, State superintendent of puljlic instruction, Augusta, Me. 

ilay Trumper, State superintendent of public instruction, Helena, Mont. 

Will C. Wood, State superintendent of public instruction, Sacramento, CaUf. 

2. Higher Education — 

Charles H. Handschin, professor of modern languages, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. 

3. City School Systems — 

Clarence D. Kingsley, supervisor of secondary education, Statehouse, Boston, Mass. 
Robert Lawrence, director of community music, Washitigton, D. C. 

4. Rural Education — 

Frederick W. Roman, professor of economics, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 

5. Commercial Education — 

D. D. CarroU, dean, school of commerce. University of North CaroUna, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Steven I. Miller, dean, school of commerce. University of Washington, Seattle, Wash. 

George E. Olson, dean, school of business administration, University of South Carolina, Coliunbia, 

S. C. 
Frederick B. Robinson, College of the City of New York, New York, N. Y. 
J. M. Waiters, dean, school of commerce, Georgia School of Technology, Atlanta, Ga. 

6. Research — 

George E. Schlafer, University of Indiana, Bloomington, Ind. 
Thomas Whittemore, Cambridge, Mass. 

7. Home Education — 

Walton S. Bittner, associate director, extension division, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. 
Dan E. Clark, assistant director, extenjjion division. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oreg. 
David L. Crawford, director, extension service. University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii. 
Arthur M. Harding, director, general extension division, University of Arkansas, Favetle\ille, 

Ark. 
O. E. Klingaman, director, extension division. University of Iowa City, Iowa. 
Charles G. Maphis, professor of secondary education. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. 
F. F. Nalder, State College of Washington, Pullman, Wash. 
Alva O. Neal, University of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz. 

Wellington Patrick, director, extension divi.sion, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. 
ELmore Petersen, acting director, exten.sion division, Univer.sity of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. 
J. O. Pettiss, director, exten,sion division, State Normal College, Natchitoches, La. 
Louis E. Rebef, director, university extension division. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 
F. W. Reynolds, director, educational extension, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah 
Reed Smith, director, extension department, University of South Carolina, Columbia, S. C. 
Chester D. Snell, extension division, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. 
John C. Tjaden, director, extension divi.sion, University of South Dakota, VermiUon, S. Dak. 
Samuel C. Wilson, Sam Houston normal institute, Huutsville, Tex. 
Albert H. Yoder, director, extension division. University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, N. Dak. 

8. Viswil Education — 

A. Maris Boggs. 



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PRINCIPAL STATE SCHOOL OFFICERS. 
II. — Principal State School Officers. 



States and officers. 


Official designation. 


Address. 


Alabama: 

John W. Abercrombie 

Tamps X Gunnels 


State superintendent of education 

rhief clerk 

Assistant superintendent and director of teacher 

traioing. 
Rural school agent 


Montgomery. 
Do 


R E Tidwell 


Do. 


R E . Ledbetter 


Do. 


J. S. Lambert 


do 


Do. 


P. W. Hodges 


Certification and Dlaeemoct secretary 


Do. 


Danylu Belser 


As5istant certification secretary 


Do. 


W L. Spencer 


Supervisor of secondary education 


Do. 


0. W. Hyatt 


Assistant super\ i£or of secondary education 

Supervisor of elementary education 


Do. 


Cassie L. ST)encer 


Do. 


J. B. Hobdy 


Dirpctnr of vopfltinnsil pdiiration 


Do. 


R . E . Cammack 


Supeivisor of vocational asriculture 


Do. 


B. E. Harris 


Supervisor of vocational trades and industries 

Supervisor of vocational home economics 


Do. 


Ivol Spa/Tord 


Do. 


Hugh I'l . Grant 


Super', i or of industrial rehabilitation 


Do. 


Margaret Shook 


Field agent, industrial rehabiitation 


Do. 


Clara Pitts 


Reading circle secretary 

Field secretary of exceptional education and parent- 
teacher associations. 

Director of physical and health education 

Director of school and community betterment 

Statistician 


Do. 


Sarah Luther 


Do. 




Do. 


Mary Woodruff 


Do. 


Thos. E. Benner 


Do. 



Alaska: 

I^ester D. Henderson. 
Ari7ona: 

C. O.Case 



Helen S. Benedict 

M. L. Doner 

Homer Da%'is 

Antoinette Andrews . 
Arkansas: 

A.B.Hill 

N. :>!. Whaley 

W. R. Edwards 



J. R. Grant , 

W. E. Hoi brook. 

J. A. Presson 

California: 

WiU C.Wood... 



Sara H. Cohn 

Albert C. Olney 

Mrs. Grace C. Stanley. 
Edwin R. Snyder 



Job Wood, jr 

A. R. Heron 

Maud I. Murchie. 



Jeremiah B . lillard . . 

John C. Beswick 

Herbert R. Stolz 

Winifred Van Hageu. 
Arthur J. Schuettner. 

W. S. Dyas 

Edna M. Stangland. . 

Georgiana Garden 

Ethel Richardson 



Canal Zone: 

W. W.Andrew 

Frank T. Wilson 

Alice Alexander 

Helen L. Currier 

Evelyn Coughlin 

Colorado: 

Mrs. Mary C. C. Bradford. 

Mrs. Nellie D. Newton. . . 

ICatherine C. PoUy 

Mrs. Magdalena Rofl 

Connecticut: 

A.B.Meredith 

F.J. Trinder 

Jesse B. Davis 

Frederick S. Camp 

A. G. Ireland 

Maud Keator 

C. B. Gentry 



Commissioner of education . 



State superintendent of public instruction and State 
director of vocational education. 

Assistant superintendent 

Assistant State director of vocational education 

Director of bureau of research 

Certification clerk 



State superintendent of public instruction. 

Deputy superintendent 

Assistant deputy superintendent 

Supervisor of secondary schools 

State agent of rural schools 

do 

State agent of rural schools for Negroes 



Superintendent of jiubUc instruction and ex officio 
director of education . 

Assistant superintendent 

Commissioner of secondary schools 

Commissioner of elementary schools 

Commissioner of industrial and vocational educa- 
tion . 

Deputy superintendent 

Deputy director of education 

Supervisor of teacher-training courses in home eco- 
nomics. 

Super^^so^ of agricultural instruction 

Supervisor of trade and industrial instruction 

Supervisor of physical education 

Assistant supervisor of physical education 

do 

Head of textbook department 

Secretary 

Supervisor of school attendance 

Assistant superintendent in charge of Americani- 
zation. 



Superintendent of schools. 
Assistant superintendent.. 

do 

Supervisor of music 

Supervisor of penmanship. 



State superintendent of public instruction. 

Deputy State superintendent 

State rural school supervisor 

Statistician 



Commissioner of education 

Director of trade and vocational education 

Supervisor of secondary education 

Superwsor of elenrentaW education 

Super\isor of physical education and health 

Supervisor, special education and standards 

Super visOT of agricultural education (Sniith-Hughes)l 



Juneau. 

Phoenix. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Little Rock. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Sacramento. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Balboa Heights. 

Do. 

Do. 
Balboa. 
Balboa Heights. 

Denver. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Hartford. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Storrs. 



EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 
II.— Principal State School OrriCERS^Continued. 



states and officers. 



Connecticut — Continued. 
N. Searle Light 



L. T. 

E. W 

F. E. 
A. D 
R. C. 
Geo 



Da kin. 

Garrison 

. Ireland 

Harrington. 
. Simpson 

Deming 

R. St urges.. 



S. P. Willard. 

A.J. Wright 

Delaware: 

H. V. llolloway.. 

John Shilling 

Wilbur H. Jump. 



Oflficial designation. 



R. W. Heim 

L. C. Armstrong 

.\. B. -Anderson 

Elizabeth .\mery 

James O. Adams 

H. B. King 

District of Coltnnbia: 

F. W. BaUou 

Stephen E. Kramer 

Garnet C. WiUdnson 

Florida: 

W. S.Cawthon 

J. C. Compton 

R. L. Turner 

M. P. Geiger 

Hon. S. Philips 

E. A. Haynie 

Leon S. Green 

Lucy Cnshman 

J. H. Brinsou 

Georcia: 

N. M.Ballard 

L S. Smith 

Geo. D. Godard 

J. O.Martin 

M. L. Duggan 

Joseph S . Stewart : 

K. A. Pound 

Tom Wisdom 

WaherB. Hill 

Paul Chapman 

L. M. ShetTer 

J. F. Cannon 

W. M. MacLauriue 

Epsie CampbeO 

Guam: 

W. L. Thompson 

Hawaii: 

\aughan MacCaughey 

T.H. Gibson 

Daisy B. P. Smith 

Mrs. L. L. McCandless 

Edward W. Garden 

Elsie H. Wilcox 

D. C. Lindsay 

Samuel P. Woods 

David McH. Forbes 

Ken C. Bryan 

Mrs. Jane Otremba 

Frances Lawrence 

Mrs. Florence Hitchcock. . 

Mrs. Esther W. KeUe 

J. C. Davis 

Margaret M. Mossman 

Bernice E. L. Hundley 

U. M. WeUs 



Director of rural education 

Regional supervisor 

....do 

...do 

Tests and investigations ; 

School surveys 

Director of Americanization 

Director of attendance and employment. 

Financial agent 

Chief clerk 



State superintendent of public instruction 

.\ssistant superintendent in charge of high schools.. . 
A.ssistant superintendent in charge of elementary 
schools. 

State director of vocational education 

State supervisor of agriculture 

State supervisor of trade and industries 

State supervisor of home economics 

Business manager 

Director of research and statistician 



Address. 



Superintendent of schools. 
Assistant superintendent. . 
do 



State superintendent of public instruction. 

Chief clerk 

State inspector of rural schools 

do 

State director vocational education 

State supervisor of agriculture 

State supervisor trades and industries 

State supervisor home economics 

State agent Negro rural schools 



State superintendent of schools 

State supervisor of rural schools (North Georgia)... 
State supervisor of rural schools (South Georgia). . . 
State supervisor of rural schools (Middle Georgia)... 

Rural-school agent 

State high-school inspector (University of Georgia). 

State supervisor of high schools 

State school auditor 

Special supervisor (for Negroes) 

Agricultural supervisor 

Assistant agricultural supervisor 

Trade and industrial supervisor 

Assistant trade and industrial supervisor 

Home economics supervisor 



Director of education. 



Superintendent of public instruction 

Deputy superintendent 

Secretary 

Commissioner of public instruction 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Territorial director of industrial education 

Territorial director of domestic science and home. . . 

Territorial advisor, kindergarten education 

Territorial director of public school music 

Director of Hawaiian handicrafts 

Supervising principal 

do 

do 

do 



.do. 
.do.. 



Supervising principal (Hilo, town schools). 
Supervising principal 



Fred Murphy 

Eugene Homer 

Josephine Deyo 

Bertha Ben Taylor 

Idaho: 

Elizabeth Russum State superintendent of public instruction . 

Ketta F. Martin I Assistant State superintendent 

Enoch A. Brj-an ' Commissioner of education 

Melvin S. Lewis Director of vocational education 



Hartford. 
West Hartford. 
WiUimantic. 
Hartford. 

Do. 

Do. 
New Haven. 
Woodbury. 
Colchester. 
Hartford. 

Dover. 
Do. 
Do. 

Newark. 
Dover. 
Wilmington. 
Dover. 

Do. 

Do. 

Washington. 
Do. 
Do. 

Tallahassee 

Do. 
Inverness. 
Gainesville. 
WiUiston. 
Gainseville. 

Do. 
Tallahassee. 
Gainesville. 

Atlanta. 

Reidsville. 

Milner. 

Covington. 

Atlanta. 

Athens. 

Atlanta. 

Chipley. 

Atlanta. 

Athens. 

Do. 
Atlanta. 

Do. 
Athens. 

Guam. 

Honolulu. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Lihue Kauai. 
Ivahului Maui. 
Kohala. 
HUo. 
Honolulu. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Kealia, Kauai. 
Hamakuapoko, 
Main. 

Do. 
HUo, Hawaii. 

Do. 
Waiohinu, Hawaii. 

Boise. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



PRINCIPAL STATE SCHOOL OFFICERS, 
II. — Principal State School Officers — Continued, 



states and officers. 



Idaho— Continued. 

Maragaret Sweet 

Katheryn Burggraf.. 

Austin C. Price 

Carrie E. Plummer. . 
Illinois: 

Francis G. Blair 

Joiin C. Hanna 

Harry M. Thrasher.. 

U. J."H.otTman , 

W. S. Booth 

CarlColvin 

Ralph Brown 

Jesse F. Kolb 

J. E. Fults 

Cora I. Davis 

Adah H. Hess 

Ethel M. Rose 

Charles H. Savior... 

J. C. Thomr'son 

W. E. White 

H. T. Swift 

A. L. Wliittenberg.. 

R. O. Clarida....:.. 

W. A. Spence 

Indiana: 

Benjamin J. Burris.. 

John S. Hul)>)ard... 

Robert K. Devricks. 

E. A. Wreidt 

H. G. MeComb 

L. R. Job 

Z. M. Smith 

Bertha Latta 

Chas. M. Curry 

E. E. Ramsey 

S. Leroy Scole-s 

Esles Duncan 



Official designation. 



State rural-school supervisor. 

do 

Business agent and auditor... 
Certification clerk 



State superintendent of public instruction 

Supervisor of high schools 

do 

Supervisor of elementary schools 

do ". 

Supernsor of vocational agriculture 

Assistant supervisor of vocational aericulture 

Acting supervisor of trades and industries 

Assistant supervisor of trades and industries. . . . 

Adviser of home economics 

Acting supervisor of home economics ; 

Assistant supervisor of home economics 

.\ssistant supervisor of industrial rehabilitation. 

Scliool law 

Statistician 

Chief ( lerli: 

Secretary of teachers' examining l)oard 

Sec-retary of teachers' i)ension board 

Textbook clerk 



Address. 



Iowa: 

Mae E. Francis 

A. L. Hemiuger 

H. C. Hollingsworth. . . 

H. D.Kies 

George A. 15rown 

F. A. "Welch 

J.J. -McConncU 

Harvey L. Freeland 

Louis "Wermelskireheu . 

Fern L. Stover 

AVitlis W. Brant 

Grace Salisbury 

Kansas: 

J. W. iV.ilev 

Geo. A. Alien 

B. E. Lewis 

Claire W. Mitchell 

May Cain 

J. H. Plouston 

Chas. E. Baysinger 

Euna M. Arrasmith 

Kentucky:. 

George W. Colvin 

L. N. Taylor 

Cafr 

Hollo way 

Chapman 

Button 

Hopkins. 



State superintendent of public instruction 

Deputy superintendent 

Manuscript clerk 

Director of vocational education 

Super viDr of industrial education 

State supervisor of vocational rehabilitation 

Supervisor of agricultural education 

Supervisor of home-economics education 

Supervisor of teacher-training 

State school inspector 

Assistant State school inspector 

Executive secretary of State teacher's retirement 
fimd Ijoard. 



Superintendent of pulilic instruction 

Deputy superintendent 

Chief clerk 

Inspector of normal training in high scliools. 
Inspector of rural and consolidated schools. . 

Inspector of graded and high schools 

Director of vocational education 

Supervisor of trades and industries 

-Assistant supervisor of agriculture 

Director of home econom^ics 

Supervisor of industrial rehabilitation 

do 



State superintendent of pul)lic instruction. 

Assistant superintendent 

High-school supervisor 

do 

Rural-school supervisor 

do 

Chief clerk 

Secretary Slate board of education 



J. \V. 
J. B. 
J. V. 
F. C. 
P. H. 



Mrs. Abner Harris. 
G. Ivan Barnes 



Warren Pe\'ton . . . 

Chas. D. Lewis 

W. L. Threlkeld.. 
Louisiana: 

T. II. Harris 

C. A.Ives 

Chas. F. Trudeau. 

John M. Foote 

A. M. Hopper 

John E. Coxe 

Leo. M. Favrot 



State superintendent of public instruction 

Assistant superintendent 

State supervisor of high schools 

do .". 

State supervisor of rural schools 

do 

do 

State organizer parent-teacher association 

Director of vocational and superivsor of argricullural 
education. 

Director of certification 

Director of teacher-i raining 

Auditor 



State superintendent of education 

State high-school inspector 

Assistant State high-school inspector. . . 

State rural-school supervisor 

Assistant State rural-school supervisor. 

do 

State agent of rural schools for Negroes. 



Lewiston. 
Albion. 
Boise. 
Do. 

Springfield. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

IndianapoUs. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Des Moines. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Topeka. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Frankfort. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Balon Rouge. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



EDUCATIOISrAL. DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 
II. — Principal State School Officers — Continued. 



states and oflBcers. 


Official designation. 


Address. 


Louisiana— Continued. 

•V C Lewis 


Assistant State agent of rural schools for Negroes . . . 
Pt-vte sujieryisor of agriculture 


Baton Rouge. 
Do 


V L. Guilt)paii 


John R. ConnilT 


('hnirman State teachers' examining committee 

and insiitute conductor. 
Stute supervisor of home economics 


Do 


( leora C. Helbing 


Do 


( Ivde Moblev 


Assistant State supery isor of home economics 

State dire(;tor of physiml educ.;tion 


Do 


Joim E. Lonilnird 


Do 


,T Loe. ir 1 


State supervisor of agricultural teacher-training 

Secretary to State superintendent 


Do 


W. H. Tipton 

Slainp' 

•Vnuu-^lus 0. Thoma'; 


Do 


SI ate Superintendent of public schools 


.A-Uffusta. 


Bertram E. Packard 


Deijuty superintendent 


Do. 


,1o-^iah W. Taylor 


Agent for secondary education 


Do. 


11 A.-VUan.." 


Age'it for rural education 


Do. 


i'lorpnce M. Ilalc 


do 


Do 


V. W. Gordon 


General agent for schools in unorganized territory . . 
Director of physical education 


Do. 




Da 


E. K. Jenkins 


Director of vocational education 


Do. 


Harold L. Pride 


Supervisor of trader and industries. 


Da 


Herbert S. Hill 


Super\'isor of agriculture 




Harriet Sweet?er 


Supervisor of household arts 


Augusta. 
Do. 


riaronee W. Qiiimbv 


Supervisor of industrial rehabilitation 


Perot hv Hewius 


Chief clerk .. 


Da 


Maryland: ' 

■Vlhert R. Cook 


State superintendent of schools 




W. J. Halloway 


Actiiig assistant State superintendent 


Do. 


S "M. North 


Supervisor of high schools 


Do. 


E. r. P'ontaine 


do 


Do. 


■\V . J . HoUowav 




Do. 


J W Euffincton 


Supcr\'isor of colored schools ... 


Do. 


Roy Dimmit t 


Super\^sor of vocational educat ion 


Do. 


Wil'iani Biirdiek 


Supervisor of physical education 


Do. 


T L. Gibson 


Supervisor of miisie 


Do. 


T J ewell Siri jison 


Bureau of Educational Measurements 


Do. 


TRpt^^ip r\ Stern .... 


Statistician 


Do. 


T A Murray, ir 


Chief clerk and auditor 


Do. 


Afrrle S Batemau 


(^rfdential clerk 


Do. 


Massachusetts: 

Faysou Smith 


Commissioner of education 


Boston. 


frank W. Wright 


Director division of elementary and secondary edu- 
cation and normal schools. 
Supervisor of secondary education 


Do. 


Clarence D. ICtngsley 

Burr F. Jones 


Do. 


Supervisor of elementary education 


Do. 


Robert I. Bramhall 


Agent for research and statistics 


Do. 


Harry E. Gardner 


Aeent for resistration of teachers. 


Do. 


R oval B . Farnuin 


Director of art education 


Do. 


Carl L Schrader 


Supervisor of physical education . ... 


Do. 


Louise S. French 


Assistant supervisor of physical education 


Do. 


Robert . Small 


Director division of vocational education.. 


Do. 


Rufus W. Stimson 


Agent for agricultural .schools and departments 

Agent for industrial schools for men and boys 

Agent for industrial schools for women and girls 
and household arts schools and departments. 

Assistant agent for household arts schools and de- 
partments. 

Agent for teacher-training for agricultural schools.. . 

Coordinating agent for teacher-training and super- 
vision. 

Agent for teacher-training for household arts and 
industrial schools. 

Assistant agent for tcacher-trauilng for household 
arts schools. 

Agent for administration, vocational .schools 

Supe^'visor of industrial rehabilitation . . 


Do. 


Mark V. Barney 


Da 


Edith B. Hunt 


Do. 


Caroluie E . Nourse 


Do. 


Fraidclin E . Heald 


Amherst. 


N. Norcross Stratton 

Anna A. Kloss 


Boston. 
Do. 


EdnaM. Sturtevant 

Carl E. Herrick 


Framingham. 
Boston. 


Herbert A. Dallas 


Do. 


Mary E. P. Lowney 

James A. Moyer 


Assistant supervisor of industrial rehabilitation 


Do. 
Do. 


Dennis A. Dooley 


Agent for class organization, university extension. . 

Assistant agent, class organization, university ex- 
tension. 

Editor and supervisor of instruction, university ex- 
tension. 

Super\isor of adult alien education 


Do. 


Frederick W . Holmes 

Charles W. Hobbs 


Da 
Do. 


Charles U. Herlihy 


Da 


E. Everett Clark 


Assistant agent in adult alien education 


Do. 


Mary L. Guyton 


Assistant agent for Americanization 


Do. 


Mrs. Nathaniel Thayer 

Charles B. Hayes 


Director divi.sion of immigration and Americaniza- 
tion. 
Director diWsion of the blind 


Da 
Do. 


Charles F. Beldeu 


Director di\^ion of public libraries .. 


Da 


Clayton L. Lent 


SpfTPlary f/>flphpr<' rptjrpmpnt hnfvrd 


Da 


G eorge H. Varney 


Business agent 


Da 


Thomas J. Greehau 


Chief clerk 


Da 



PRINCIPAL STATE SCHOOL OFFICERS. 
II. — Principal State School Officers — Continued. 



States and oCacers. 



Official designation. 



Address. 



Michigan: 

Thomas E. 



Johnson . 



Wilford L.Coffey.. 
George N. Otwell.. 

Floyd A. Rowe 

C. Lloyd Goodrich. 

Bert J. Ford 

Ida M. Huston 

Isabelle M. Becker. 
C. A. Rinehart . . . . . 

Malcolm Milks 

Nella Dietrich 

EstellM.Reid 

Anna M. Vaughan. 
Edward E. Gallup. 
Kenneth G. Smith. 

Ruth Freegard 

Percy Angove . . 

Jacob Klaassen 

Grace B. Wallace. . 

J. W. Hazard 

Minnesota: 

J. M. McConnell.... 

P. C. Tonning 

E.M. Phillips 



George A. SeUce 

G. M. Cesander 

Anna Swenson 

R. B. MacLean 

H. E. Flynn 

J. E. Lunn 

Paul Calrow 

D. M. Schweickhard. 
WylleB. McNeal.... 
S. A. Challman 



E. T.Critchett. 



Clara F. Baldwin 

Harriet A. Wood 

LilUan E . Cook 

Gladys M. Brown 

Oscar M. SulUvan 

M. A. Morse 

K. O. Snortum 

Cora Oiere 

John O'Donnell 

Christopher Lindahl. 
Mississippi: 

W. F. Bond 

J. W. Broom 

J. T. Calhoim 

H.M.Ivv 

Bura Hilbun 

F.J.Hubbard 

PattiM. Batson 

Missouri: 

Chas A. Lee 



George W. Reavis 

Raymond Shoop 

Geo. L.Cole..... 

J. G. Pummill , 

Henry W. Abeken . . 

E. M. Denny 

Agnes Rank , 

G. A. Theilman , 

Joe Livingston.. 

W^m. T. Spanton 

Arnold A. Sather 

James P. Lenny 

Clare E.White 

Ernest L. Schneider. 

C. M. LeBow 

Ervine Meyer 

Lillian H. Davis 

C. G. Williams 

Montana: 

May Trumper 

Mina Petrashek 

CarlA. Jessen , 



Superintendent of public instruction am! director 

of vocational education. 

Deputy superintendent 

Superintendent of rural education 

Assistant superintendent 

....do 

....do 

.. .do 

....do 

do 

.. ..do 

Editor 

...do 

Recreational director 

Supervisor of agricultural education 

Supervisor of industrial education 

Supervisor of home economics 

Rehabilitation placement officer 

Placement officer 

Chief statistician 

Auditor 



Commissioner of education 

Dejjuty coaunissioner 

Director of vocational education and inspector of 
high schools. 

Inspector of rural schools 

Assistant inspector of rural schools 

do 

Inspector of elementarj'^ schools 

Inspector of teacher-training schools 

Assistant inspector of high and traded schools 

Supervisor of agricultural education 

Supervisor of trade and industrial education 

Supervisor of home-economics education 

Inspector of biuldings and director of special classes 
for defectives. 

Director teachers' employment bureau and secre- 
tary of teachers' retirement fund. 

Director of libraries 

Supervisor of school libraries and field organizer — 

Librarian 

Reference librarian 

Director of reeducation of injured persons 

Assistant director of reeducation 

....do 

do 

Placement officer 

Accountant 



State superintendent of public education 

Assistant superintendent of public education. 

State supervisor rural schools 

High school inspector 

State supervisor of Negro schools 

Director of secondary agricultural education. . 
Chief clerk 



State superintendent of public schools and director 
of vocational and rehabilitation work. 

Assistant director 

Chief clerk 

Teacher-training inspector 

High school inspector 

do 

Rural school inspector 

do 

do 

Statistician 

Supervisor of vocational agriculture 

Assistant supervisor of vocational agriculture 

Supervisor of trades and industries 

Supervisor of home economics 

Supervisor of industrial rehabilitation 

RehabiUtation field officer 

do 

do 

Inspector of Negro schools 



State superintendent of public instruction. 

Deputy superintendent 

High-school supervisor 



Lansing. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Jackson. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Jefferson City. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Kansas City. 
St. Louis. 

Do. 
Jefferson City. 

Helena. 
Do. 
Do. 



8 



EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1?I22-1923. 
II. — Principal State School Officers — Continued. 



states and officers. 


Official designation. 


Address. 


Montana— Contlmied. 

Adelaide M . A ver 


Rural-school supervisor . . 


Helena 


AiUiilit' Kucilicl 


do 


Do 


Nollie .lohonnotl 


Certification clerk 


Do. 


Ncbrii.'^lva: 

.loliii M . Matzen 


State superintendent of pu'jlic instruction 


Lincoln. 


.]<'hn S]){>('die 


Deputy superintendent of public inst ruction 

Assistant superintendent of public instruction 

do 


Do 


Cora A. Thonipson 


Do 


l.iihi S. Wolford 


Do. 


Archer L. Burnhain 


Norriial-t raining inspector 


Do. 


Frank R . Beers 


Assistant normal-training inspector 


Do. 


I. N.Clark 


Rural-school inspector 


Do. 


Cecile Snapp 


Secretary 


Do. 


C. A. Fulmer 


State director of vocational education 


Do. 


Nevada: 

W. J. Hunting. 


State superintendent of public instruction 


Carson City. 
Do. 


Charles Priest 


Deputy superintendent 


B . H . M orrison 


State director of vocational education 

Commissioner of education 


Do. 


New Hampshire: 

Ernest W. Butterfield 


Concord. 


James N. Pringle 


Deputy commissioner 


Do. 


Walter M. i\Iav 


do 


Do. 


W'illiani Y. Morrison 


High school agent. . 


Do. 


Eli7.at>elh M. Murphy 

Hallie L. WhitteiTiore 


School supervisor of health 


Do. 


School supervisor of agriculture. . . . 


Londonderry. 
Concord. 


AValter A . Pierce 


School supervisor of trades and industries 


John Bishop 


Inspector of child welfare 


Do. 


Kuhert J. Mitchell 


Inspector of child labor 


Newmarket. 


Curtis R. Bresnaluun 


do 


Nashua. 


Richard H. Horan... 


Accountant 


Concord. 


Marv R. Saltrnarsh 


Registrar 


Do. 


New Jersey: 

John Knright 


State commissioner of education 


Trenton. 


Charles J. Strahan 


Deputy commissioner and in charge of hearings in 
controversies and disputes. 

Assistant commissioner, secondary education 

Assistant commissioner, elementary education 

Assistant commissioner, industrial education, in- 
cluding agriculture. 

Assistant forthesui)ei'vision of continuation schools. 

Assistant in indusi rial education 


Do. 


L. L. Jackson 


Do. 


Rov S. Shatter. . . 


Do. 


Wesley A. O'Leary 

E. A. Reuther 


Do. 
Do. 


R. A. Campbell 


Do. 


J. Gould Spofl'ord 


Assistant for training teachers of trades and indus- 
tries. 
Assistant in agricultural education 


Do. 


H . 0. Sampson 


Do. 


Iris Prouty O'Leary 


Special assistant for women's vocational work 

Assistant for training teachers of home economics... 
Assistant in industrial education 


Do. 
Do. 


John A. McCarthy 


Do. 


George R. Seikel 


Instructor and director physical training and 
hygiene. 

Assistant director physical training and hygiene 

Instructor in physical training and hygiene 


Do. 


Lester A. Palmer 


Do. 


Katherine Markham. . 


Do. 


Herbert N. Morse. . 


Business manager 


Do. 


Henry- W. Huston. . . . 


Auditor of school accounts 


Do. 


Charles McDerraott 


Inspector of school buildings 


Do. 


John S. Mount 


Inspector of school accounts 


Do. 


Alfred E. Christie.. 


Statistician 


Do. 


New Mexico: 

l.sabel Eckles 


State superintendent of public instruction 


Santa Fe. 


Mabel A. Hunsaker 


Assistant State superintendent 


Do. 


Dora A. Ambrose. . 


Certification Clerk 


Do. 


J. W. Giddings 


Chief clerk 


Do. 


D. W. Rockev 


Supervisor of trades, industries, and rehabilitation. 
Supervisor of agriculture 


Do. 


R. W. Foard." 


Do. 


Ruth G. Taylor. . . . 


Supervisor of home economics 


Do. 


New York: 

Frank P. Graves 


State commissioner of education 


Albany. 


Frank B. Gilbert 


Deputy commissioner and counsel 


Do. 


Augustus S. Downing 

Charles F. Wheelock 

George M. Wiley 


Asst. commissioner and director professional educa. 

Assistant commissioner for secondary education 

Assistant commissioner for elementary education... 
Director of State library. . . 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


James I. Wyer, jr. . .. 


Do. 


John M. Clarke 


Director of science and State museum 


Do. 


Hiram C. Case ... . 


Chief of administration division 


Do. 


James D. Sullivan 


Chief of attendance di\ ision 


Do. 


William R. Watson. 


Chief of educational extension division 


Do. 


Avery W. Skinner 


Examination and inspections division 


Do. 


James Sullivan... 


Director of archives and history division 


Do. 


Frank H. Wood 


Chief of school buildings and grounds 


Do. 


Irwin Esmond . . 


Chief of law division 


Do. 


Edna M. Sanderson 

Sherman Williams 


Vice director of library school 

Chief of school libraries division 


Do. 
Do. 



PKINCIPAL STATE SCHOOL OFFK'EKS. 
II. — Principal State School Officers — ^Continued. 



9 



states and officers. 



New York— Continued. 

Alfred W. Abrams . . 

Lewis A. Wilson 

Clark W. Halliday.. 

Lloyd L. Cheney 

William H . Howe 

Daniel Chase 

J . Cayce Morrison 

North Carolina: 

E. C. Brooks 

A. S. Brower 

Mar)'l)elle Delamar. . 

Frances Lacy 

C. D. Douglas 

J. H. Highsmith 

L. C. Brogden 

Annie W. Holland. . 

Elizabeth Kelly 

N.C. Newbold 

W. A. Robinson 

A. T. Allen 

Susan Fulghum 

Hattie Parrott 

Mrs. T. E. Johnston. 

J.J.Blair 

G. D. Davis 

W. H. Pittman 

J. B. Williamson 

T. E. Browne 

Edith M. Thomas... 

Katherine Moran 

Roy H. Thomas 

R. A. Olney 

George W. Coggin. .. 

M. L. Rhodes 



H. L. Stanton 

P. G. Rawson 

North Dakota: 

Minnie J. Nielson 

E. J. Taylor 

Bertha R. Palmer 

C. L. Robertson 

Shirley G. Fox 

A.C. Berg 

J. W. Riley 

Eliza Barr 

Ohio: 

Vernon M. Riegel 

W. B. Bliss 

H. D. Swygert 

Geo. M. Morris 

T. Howard Winters... 

C.B. Ulery 

L. L. Louthian 

E. B. Hawes 

Nellie I. Sharpe 

E. L. Heusch 

E. W. Myers 

Ray Fife 

Ralph Richardson 

Enid W. Lurm 

W. F. Shav/ 

Herbert Zinn 

George D. Groves 

S. Carey Abercrombie. 

Edw. I. Benson 

Oklahoma: 

M. A. Nash 

E. E. Brown 

Ella H.Hunt 

C.M.Howell 

E. E. Tourtellotte 

Luther Russell 

E. A. Duke 

Edith Baldwin 

Oregon: 

J. A. Churchill 

W.M.Smith 

Marie Schwab 

J. E. Calavan 

E. E. Elliott 



Official designation. 



Chief of visual instruction division 

Director of agricultural and induslrial education.. 

Chief of finance division 

Editor 

Medical inspector of schools 

Super\'isor of physical education 

Specialist in educational measurements 



State superintendent of public instruction 

Director divi ?ion of certification 

Secretary division of certification 

Assistant secretary, division of certification 

Supervisor of State loan fund 

State supervisor of public high schools 

State agent for rural schools 

Supervisor Negro elementary schools. 

Supervisor of schools for adults 

Director of division of Negro education 

Supervisor Negro teacher training 

Director of division of teacher I raining 

Supervisor of division of teacher training 

do 

do 

Director of division of schoolhouse planning 

Inspector Rosen wald buildings 

Director of division of pul^licaiions 

Director of division of school extension 

Director of vocational education 

Supervisor of vocational home economics 

Assistant supervisor vocational home economics. .. 

Supervisor of agriculture 

Assistant supervisor of agriculture 

Supervisor of trade and industrial education 

Assistant supervisor of trade and industrial educa- 
tion. 

Super\isor of vocational rehabilitation 

Assistant supervisor industrial rehabilitation 



State superintendent of public instruction. 

Deputy superintendent 

Assistant superintendent 

High-school inspector 

Rural-school inspector 

do 

do 

Chief clerk .' 



Address. 



Director of education 

Assistant director of education 

Statistician and financial clerk 

Rural-school sujiervisor 

Inspector of teacher training 

High-school supervisor 

....do 

Chief, division of examination and licensing 

Supervisor of music 

Supervisor of trades and industries 

Assistant supervisor of trades and industries 

Supervisor of agriculture 

Assistant supervisor of agriculture 

Supervisor of home economics 

Supervisor of industrial rehabilitation 

Assistant supervisor of industrial rehabilitation . 

do 

do 

do 



State superintendent of public instruction. 

Assistant superintendent 

Agricultural assistant 

High-school inspector 

do 

do 

Rural-school supervisor 

Chief clerk 



State superintendent of public instruction. 

Assistant State superintendent 

Secretary 

Industrial field worker 

State director of vocational education .' 



-Albany. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Raleigh. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Goldsboro. 
Kinston. 
Sahsbury. 
Raleigh." 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Bismarck. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Columbus. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Pleasant Hill. 
Columbus. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Oklahoma. 

Do. 
Edmund. 

Do. 
Stillwater. 
Wewoka. 
Oklahoma. 

Do. 

Salem. 

Do. 

Do. 
Portland. 
Salem. 



10 



EDUCATIONAL. DIRECTOIIY, 1922-192?.. 
II. — Principal State School Opficers — Continued. 



States and oflficers. 



Offlml designation. 



Address. 



Pennsylvania: 

Tlios. K. Finegan 

J. George Becht 

AVm. D. Lewis 

Franci'-- B. Haas 

C. F. Uoban 

Jonas E. \Vai;ner 

Edwin E. Bach 

Lucy W. Glass 

Eugene W. Fellows 

Mrs. Sarah R. Christy. 
Alfred W. Castle 



Stella VV. Jones. 



W. M. Denison 

■\Villiani S. Taft 

Mildred Fischer 

J. Y. Shambach 

George A. Stearns 

Charles H. Keenc 

Katharine A. Prittchett. 

Anna L. Stanley 

Helena McCray 

Harry R. Allen 

AVm. G. Moorehead 

Mary M. Hetlernan 

C. D. Koch 

A. D. Jackson 

Lee L. Driver 

Thomas A. Bock 

Robert C. Shaw 

Dallas W. Armstrong. . . 

Hubert C. Eicher 

Carlisle D. Hasne.ss 

Maurice E. Kressly 

M. Edwin Green 

H. H. Baish 

Francis N. Maxfield 

Muriel Brown 

Edna M. Kugler 

Albert L. Rowland 

D. E. Crosley 

Henry Klonower 

V.illiam S. Taylor 

L. H. Dennis 

J. D. Blackwell 

J. K. Bow man 

H. C. Fetterolf 

H. E. Gayman 

Frank R. Morey 

Owen D. Evans 

Helen J. Dodge 

Mrs. Anna O. Green 

Lu M. Hartman 

r. Theodore Struck 

AVm. Perm Loomis 

Gerald D. Whitney 

Harold L. Holbrooic 

C. \'alentine Kirby 



Orton Lowe 

G. C. L. Reimer 

Ema Grassmuck 

J. A. Foberg 

HoUis Dann 

Selma >.I. Konold... 
Clara F. Sanford. . .. 
Adeline B. Zachort.. 

James N. Rule 

J. Lynn Barnard 

Helen .\L Peppard.. 

James M. Giass 

James G. Pentz 

Philippine Islands: 

Luther B. Bewley.. 

Camilio Osias 

John W. Osbom 

John J. Heffington. . 
Jose A Do Kastro. . . 
G. Glenn Lyman. .. 
North H. Foreman. 



Superintendent of public instruction 

DejMity superintendent (higher educAtioa) 

Dei)uty superintendent (secondary education) 

Director of administration bureau 

Assistant director of administration bureau 

do 

District director of Americanization bureau 

do 

do 

do 

District director of teacher-training, American- 
ization bureau. 

District director of women's work, American- 
ization bureau. 

Di rector of attendance bureau 

Assistant director ol attendance bureau 

Supervisor of attendance 

do 

do 

Director of health education 

Supervisor of nutrition 

Supervisor of school nursing 

Supervisor of healtli education 

Supervisor of physical education 

do 

do 

Director of credential bureau 

Assistant director of credential bureau 

Director of rural education 

Assistant director of rural education 

do 

do 

Director of school buildings bureau 

Assistant, school buildings bureau 

do 

do 

Secretary of school employees' retirement 

Director of special education 

Supervisor of special education 

do 

Director of teacher bureau 

Assistant director of teacher bureau 

Assistant, teacher placement service 

Assistant, vocational teacher- training 

Director of vocal ioual bureau 

Assistant directbr of agricultural education 

Supervisor of agricultural education 

do 

Supervisor of agricultural education 

SuperWsor of school gardens 

As.';istant director of continuation schools 

Assistant director of home economics 

Supervisor of home economics 

do 

Assistant director of industrial education 

Supervisor of industrial education 

do : 

do 

Director of art education 

Director of commercial education 

Director of English 

Director of foreign languages 

Director of geography 

Director of mathematics 

Director of music 

Supervisor of music 

do.. 

Director of school libraries 

Direct<jr of science 

Director of social studies 

Ditcctor of speech improvement 

Director of junior liigh schools 

Inspector of high schools 



Director of education 

Assistant director of education 

Assistant to the director of education 

Superintendent, Department of Mindanao and Sulu. 

Chief clerk 

Superintendent of property and accounts 

Superintendent of agricultural inslrucliou 



Harrisburg. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
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Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
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Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Manila. 

Do. 

Do. 
Zamboanga, 
Manila. 

Do. 

Do. 



PRINCIPAL STATE SCHOOL OFFICERS. 
II. — Principal State School Officers — Continued. 



11 



States and officers. 



Philippine Islands— Continued. 

Roy K Gilmore 

Horace E. Cutler 



Jose Reyes 

Mariano del Rosario. . . 

Jacinto Atanacio 

Alberto Dalusung 

Porto Rico: 

Juan B. Huyke 

Gertrude Liggett 

Francisco Vizoarrondo. 

Joseph C. Moriu 

H. A. Martin 

Gerardo Selles 

Jos6 C . Rosario 

George V. Keelan 

A. J. Sykes 

George C. Ure 

Elsie Mae Willsey 

George A. Haniman. . . 

Antonio Andino 

Rhode Island: 

Walter E . Ranger 

Emerson L. Adams 

Charles Carroll 

John L. Alger 

Anne W . Congdon 

Leslie E. Abbott 

Jennie R. Bear 

Benj. T. Leland 

Agnes M. Bacon 

Samoa: 

A. R. Parker 

South Carolina: 

J. H. Hope 

H. A. Wise 

W. A. Shealv 

P. W. Bethea 

B. L. Parkinson 

Miss Wil Lou Gray 

J. B. Felton 

Verd Peterson 

E. W. Garris 

H. B. Adams 

R. E. Lee 

Lillian Hoffman 

Mattie E. Thomas 

D. L. Lew-is , 

J. H. Shealy , 

A. O. V. Hotlman 

South Dakota: 

Fred L. Shaw 

Charles T. King 

M. M. Guhin 

Fred E.Smith , 



Bonnie Martin. .. 
Gilbert I. Ruden. 
H. A. Ustrud.... 
Edna Courtney.. 
Gertrude Lison... 



M. A. Sharp 

Helen Brelsford 

Gertrude Fischbach. 

Nellie Shaw 

Ira Howell 

Tennessee: 

J. B. Brown 

J. W. Brister 

Joe Jennings 

P. L. Uarned 

OlheH. Bernard.... 

D. M. Clements 

James Arentson 

Marie White 

Emma Watts 

A. B.Caldwell 

Texas: 

S. M. N. Marrs 



Mary Jo Popplewell. 



Official designation. 



Chief, academic division . 
Chief, industrial di\'i.'^ion . 
Chief, buildings division . 

Chief of records 

Chief accountant 

Disbursing officer 

Property officer 



Commissioner of education 

^Vssistant commissioner 

Secretary of department 

General superintendent 

....do 

General superintendent of Spanish 

General superintendent of rural education 

General superinlendent of physical education. 

General .superintendent of agriculture 

General superintendent of manual training 

General superintendent of home economics 

Chief, division of property and accounts 

Chief, division of municipal school atTairs 



Commissioner of education 

Assistant commissioner 

Secretary and deputy for vocational education . 

Inspector of high schools 

Library visitor 

Supervisor of agricultural education 

Supervisor of home economics education 

Supervisor of industrial education 

Supervisor of Americanization 



Director of education. 



State superintendent of education 

Chief clerk 

Mill school supervisor 

Rural school supervisor and statistician , 

State high-school inspect r 

Supervisor of adult schools , 

Supervisor of Negro schools 

Supervisor of agricultural instruction 

do 

Supervisor of trade and industrial education. 

State school architect 

Supervisor of vocational home economics 

Community school ore;anizer 

Rural school supervisor 

Registrar, teacher placement bureau 

Bookkeeper 



State superintendent of public instruction 

Deputy superintendent 

Dire?tor of Americanization and rural education... 
High-school supervisor and director of vocational 

education. 

Assistant in rural education 

do 

do 

Supervisor of home economics 

Supervisor of rehabilitation of persons injured in 

indust^^^ 

Supervisor of vocational agriculture 

Supervisor of certification 

Credentials clerk 

Examination clerk 

Truancy officer , 



State supei'iutendent of public instruction. 

State high-school inspector 

Associate high-school inspector 

State rural school agent 

State rural school supervisor 

Agricultural supervisor 

Industrial supervisor 

Supervisor of home economics 

Director of library extension 

Chief clerk 



State superintendent of public instruction. 

First assistant superintendent 

Second assistant superintendent 



Address. 



Manila. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

San Juan. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Providence. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Kingston. 

Do. 
Providence. 

Do. 

Pago Pago. 

Columbia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Clemson College. 
Colimibia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Pierre. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Nashville. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

.\ustin. 
Do. 
Do. 



12 



EDVCATIONAL DIRECTOKY, 102-2-1923. 
II. — Principal State School Officers — Continued. 



States and officers. 



Texas — Continued. 

T. A. Fisher 

Katherino (!rav 

C. h. Pavis..." 

J. II. Hinds 

Jessie Harris 

Lillian Peek 

N. S. Hunsdon 

Lizzie M. Barbour 

L. 1). Borden 

L. W. Rogers 

Lee S. Thrift 

Mrs M. B. Brown 

T. P. Walker 

Alma Booth 

Annie Webb Blanton. 



Utah: 

C. N. Jensen 

A. C. Matheson 

Mosiah Hall 

(leo. S. Sanders 

LB. BaU 

Jean Cox 

Afatilda Peterson 

Vermont: 

Clarence H. Dempsey 

E. P. Hamilton ' 

M. D. Chittenden 

J. D. Whittier 

Katherine Aagasen 

Rose Lucia 

Virginia: 

Harris Hart 

Wm. T. Sanger 

~ K. E. Worrell 

W. D. Gresham • 

Thomas D. Eason 

Heiny G. EUis 

M. L. Combs 

Rachel E. Gregg 

Ra\Tnond V. Long 

L. fe. Warner 

Mrs. Ora H. Avery 

Guy C. Throner. .". 

Washington: 

Mrs. Josephine C. Preston. 

Mrs. Blanche A. Nagel 

Wm. I'. Neeley 

Edwin Twitmyer 

Mary DuBois Fowler 

W. G. Hummel 

J. A. Guitteau 

Dorothy Shank 

George H. Jensen 

L. D. Burrus 

West Virginia: 

George M. Ford 

J. H. Hickman 

Jno. W. Cooke 

H. A. Stover 

I^. L. Friend 

E. E. Knight 

J. D. Muldoon 

John S. Bonar 

Melville Stewart 

Wm. W. Sanders 

Frank M. Kearus 

Robert Clark 

LiUian Carver 

George E. Hubbs 

J. F. Marsh 



.Tohn C. Shaw 

O. A. Watson 

Wm. C. Meadows. 

H. K. Bari)e 

P. C. Rouzer 

Rachel Col well 

Lena Charter 



Official designation. 



Third assistant superintendent 

Chief supervisor of high schools 

Director of agricnliunil education 

Assistant director of agricultural education 

Director of home economics 

-Vssistant director of home economies , . 

Director of industrial education 

.\ssistant director of indust rial education 

Chief supervisor of rural schools 

Chief of division of Negro schools 

Director of textbook administration 

Statistician 

.Auditor 

Certificate clerk 

Chairman and college examiner of State board of 
examiners. 



State superintendent of public instruction.. 

Deputy supeiintendent , 

State .s'upervisor of industrial rehabiUtation. 

Slate supervisor in trades and industries 

State supervisor in agriculture 

State supervisor in iionie economics , 

State primary super-^-isor 



Commissioner of education 

Executive clerk, State board. 

State sui^ervisor of junior high schools. 
Super\-isor of elementary education. . . 

Director of teacher training 

Supervisor of rural schools 



State superintendent of public instruction 

Secretary State board of education 

St ate supervisor of rural schools 

State supervisor of Ne^ro schools 

State supervisor of agricultural education 

State supervisor of high schools 

.\ssistant supervisor high scliools 

State supervisor of teacher training 

State supervisor of trades and industries 

Assistaril supervisor trades and industries 

State supervisor of home economics educ-ation. 
State supervisor of physical education 



Superintendent of public instruction , 

Assistant superintendent 

Deputy superintendent , 

High-school inspector 

Executive secretary 

Director for vocational education 

Sujiervisor of agricultural education 

Super\-isor of home economics education .... 
Supervisor of trade and industrial education . 
Statistician 



State superintendent of schools 

A.ssistant State superintendent 

Chief clerk 

Supply clerk 

Sui3er\-isor of high schools 

Assistant supervisor of liitrh schools. 

Supervisor of rural schools 

Assistant supervisor of rural schools. 
do 



Supervisor of Negro schools 

Director medical inspection 

Supervisor of teacher training 

Assistant supervisor of teacher training 

School architect and supervisor of trades 

Secretary of vocational education and industrial re- 
habilitation. 

Rehabilitation agent 

do 

do 

do 

Superintendent of vocational agriculture 

Superintendent of vocal ional home economics 

.\ssi.stant superintendent of vocational home eco- 
nomics. 



Address. 



Austin. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Salt Lake City. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Montpelier. 

Do. 
BurUngton. 

Do. 
Montpelier. 

Do. 

Richmond. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Olympia. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Charleston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Wheeling. 

Buckhannon. 

Charleston. 

Welch. 

Charleston. 

Morgantown. 

Charleston. 



COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERIXTENDEXTS. 13 

II. — Principal State School Officers — Continued. 



States and officers. 


OfHcial designation. 


Address. 


Wisconsin: 


State superintendent of public schools. . . 


Madison. 


C f Anderson 


Assistant State superintendent 


Do. 




Second assistant State superintenden t 


Do. 


O S Rice . . 


Super^■iso:■ of school libraries 


Do. 


W. J. Osburn 


Super\'isor of educational measurements 


Do. 


Joseoh T Giles 


Sunervisor of high schools 


Do. 


Pauline B. Camp 

H W Schmidt 


SLipe-visor of day schools for the deaf and blind 

Supervisor of manual aits 


Do. 
Do. 


Geo H Diewrv 


State school supervisor 


Do. 


S Miles Thomas 


do 


Do. 


W T Anderson 


. .do 


Do. 


Annie Reynolds 


Super\'isor of elementary schools and supervising 

teachers. 
Super\isor of elementary schools 


Do. 


Mavbell G. Bush 


Do. 


Tsofiel Davidson 


. ..do 


Do. 


Elizabeth L. Woods 

Melieent Waterhouse 


Clinical psychologist and supervisor of special classes 
Assistant psychologist 


Do. 
Do. 


A . A . Thomson , . 


Supervisor of rural schools 


Do. 


Georee. S Dick 


. .do 


Do. 




Assistant hbrarian 


Do. 


Aletta Olson 


Diploma and certificate clerk 


Do. 


John F. Shaw 


PubUcity editor 


Do. 


Wyoming: 

Mrs. Katharine A. Morton. 


State supermtendent of pubUc instruction 


Cheyenna 


Seraflna FacineUi 


Deputy superintendent of pubhc instruction 

Commissioner of education and chief of certifica- 
tion division. 
State director of vocational education 


Do. 


Lewis C. Tidball, jr 

James R.Co\eu 


Do. 
Do. 


W. M. Home 


State supervisor of vocational agriculture 


Do. 


EUse A. Seyfarth 


State director of special classes 


Do. 


Vireinia Warklev 


Assistant State director of special classes 


Do. 









III. — County and Other Local Superintendents of Schools. 



County. 


County superintendent. 


County. 


County superintendent. 


ALABAMA. 


Mrs. R. L. Faucett, Prattville. 
S. M. Tharp, Bay Minette. 
P. A. McDaniel, jr., Clayton. 
H. H. Jones, Centerville. 
A. L. Head, Oneonta. 

F. B. Haynes, Union Springs. 
P. B. Pepper, GreenviUe. 

S. B. Gibson, Anniston. 

G. M. Barnett, Lafayette. 
John W. Browder, Center. 
H. L. Foshee, Clanton. 
Zac Rogers, Butler. 

D. C. Mathews, Grove Hill. 
W.T.Harwell, Ashland. 
G.B.Boman, Heflin . 
G. C. Bowden, Elba. 
J. T. McKee, Tuscumbia. 
W. R. Bennett, Evergreen. 
O. K. Weldon, Rockford. 
J. A. Keller, Andalusia. 
T. A. Capps, Luverne. 
A. B. Murphree, Cullman. 
E.C. Palmer, Newton. 

D. M. Callaway, Selma. 
C. J. Allen, Fort Payne. 
G. H. Howard, Wetumpka. 
C. A. Peary, Brewton. 

E. P. Murphy, Gadsden. 
Z. D. Vick, Fayette. 

John R. Guin, Russellville. 
J. G. Austin, Hartford. 
W. P. Archibald, Knoxville. 
Edward L. Coleback, Greens- 
boro. 


ALABAMA— COntd. 

Henry 


0. E. Tompkins, Abbeville 


Baldwin 


Houston 


C. W. Johnson, Dothan. 


Barbour 


Jackson 


Jesse Wheeler, Scottsboro. 


Bibb 


JeSerson 


N. R. Baker, Birmingham. 
G. S. Smith, Vernon. 


Blount . 


Lamar 


Bullock 


Lauderdale 

Lawrence. .; 


D. 0. Warren, Florence. 


Butler 


E. M. Hodson, Moulton. 


Calhoun . . 


Lee 


W. Y. Fleming, Opelika. 
M. K.Clements, Athens. 


Chambers 


Limestone 

Lowndes 


Cherokee 


J. A. Coleman, Hayneville. 
W. B. Riley, Tuskegee. 
S. R. Butler, nuntsville. 


Chilton 


Macon 


Choctaw 


Madison 


Clarke 


Marengo 


H. G. Douglas, Linden. 


Clay 


Marion 


T. D. Brooks, Hamilton. 


Cleburne 


Marshall 


E. 0. Creel, Guntersville. 


Coffee 


Mobile 


S. S. Murphy, Mobile.. 


Colbert 

Conecuh 

Coosa 


Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 


Geo. A. Harris, Monroeville. 
A. L. Harman, Montgomery. 
E. L. Hays, Albany. 
W. R. Carothers, Marion. 


Covington 


Perry 


Crenshaw 


Pickens 


W. H. Storey, CarroUton. 


Cnllman 


Pike 


Mrs. J. M. Sanders, Troy. 
I. G. Hendon, Wedowee. 


Dale 


Randolph 


Dallas 


Russell 


H. B. Hamner, Scale. 


Dekalb 

Elmore 


! St. Clair 

Shelby . 


Carl O. Baxter, Ashville. 
S. P. Williamson, Sterrett. 


Escambia 


Sumter 


R. B. Callawav, Livingston. 


Etowah 


Talladeea 


D. A. McNeill; Talladega. 


Fayette 


Tallapoosa 

Tuscaloosa 

Walker 


J. D. Lane, DadeviUe. 


Franklin 


T. W. Smith, Tuscaloosa. 


Geneva 


J. Alex Moore, Jasper. 


Greene 


Washington 

Wilcox 


C. C. Smith, diatom. 


Hale 


O. C. Weaver, Camden. 




Winston 


A. B. Curtis, Double Sprinp. 









26714'— 23- 



14 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

III. — County and Other Local Superintendents of Schools — Continued. 



District. 


District superintendent of 
schools for natives. 


District. 


District superintendent of 
schools for natives. 


ALASKA. 

Northwestern dis- 
trict. 

Western district... 

Upper Yukon dis- 
trict. 

Southwestern dis- 
trict. 


James H. Maguire, Noorvik. 

Earle M. Forrest, Akiak. 
Benj. B. Mozee, Tanana. 

Arthur H. Miller, Anchorage. 


ALASKA— contd. 

Southeastern dis- 
trict. 

Seward Peninsula 
district. 


C. W. Hawkesworth, Juneau. 
Jean Dupertuis, Nome. 



County. 



County superintendont. 



ARIZONA. 



Apache... 
Cochise... 
Coconino. 

Gila 

Graham.. 
Greenlee. 
Maricopa. 
Mohave . . 
Navajo... 



Pima 

Pinal 

Santa Cruz. 
Yavapai . . . 



Yuma. 



ARKANSAS. 

Arkansas 

Ashley 

Baxter 

Benton 

Boone 

Bradley 

Calhoim 

Carroll 

Cliieot 

Clark 

Clay 

Cleburne 

Cleveland 

Columbia 

Conway 

Craighead 

Crawford 

Crittenden 

Cross 

Dallas 

Desha 

Drew 

Faulkner 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Garland 

Grant 

Greene 

Hempstead... 

Hot Spring 

Howard 

Independence. 

Izard 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Johnson 

Lafayette 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Lincoln 

Little River... 

Logan 

Lonoke 

Madison 

Marion .... 



Mrs. Nancy Gibbons, St. Johns. 
Helen L. Brown, Cochise. 
\irgima Locket t, r'lagstafl. 
Will Xash, Globe. 
S.C.Heywood, Safford. 
Mrs. Jessie L.Johnson, Clifton. 
A. L. Jones, Phoenix. 
Mrs. K. A. Laisell, Kingman. 
Mrs. Hattie P. Flaherty, Hol- 

brook. 
Mrs. Kate Reynolds, Tucson. 
Lola Le Baron, Florence. 
Mrs. Josepliine Saxon, Nogaies. 
Mrs. Ward H. Wheeler, Pres- 

cott. 
Mrs. Minnie Fitzgerald, Yuma. 



J. M. Henderson, jr., De Witt. 
F. T. McCuistion, Hamburg. 
W. H. Osburn, Mountain 
Home. 

F. A. Wood, Benton \ille. 
R. B. Gaston, Harrison. 
W. M. Brown, Warren. 
Lewis Doherty, Thornton. 
Clifford Fry, Berryville. 

D. T. Henderson, Lake Village. 

A. S. Ross. Arkadelphia. 
W. W. Keury, Corning. 

B. F.Jordan.'Heber Springs. 
R. C. Carniical, Rison. 
Mary Harper, Magnolia. 

T. L. Haynes, Morrilton. 

E. B. Barrett, Jonesboro. 

J. P. Bingham, Van Buren. 

T. P. Johnson, Earle. 

H. L. Lessenberrv, Wynne. 

E. L. Wray, Fo.dyce. 

L. M. Gary, Dumas. 

E. C. Robertson, Monticello. 

A. A. Parsons, jr., Conway. 

Voyt Hill, Ozark. 

Fred Moore, Salem. 

Garnett Braughton, Hot 

Springs. 
D. O. Ru.shing, Sheridan. 
H. R. Partlow, Paragould. 
H.D.Clark, Hope. 
R. F. Tackett, Friendship. 
Ed. Compton, Nashville. 
W. T. Jcrnigan, Batesville. 
T. H. Linn, Melbourne. 

G. E. Land. Newport. 
W. P. Keith, Pine Bluff. 
R. C. Temple, Clarksville. 
J. F. Bright, Lewisville. 
R. S. Rainwater, Imboden. 
Alma Futrall, Marianna. 

W. R. Stephens, jr., Star City. 
L. F. Wfaeelis, Ashdown. 
H. G. Thomasson, Magazine. 
W. C. Davis, Lonoke. 
Afton Wheeler, Huuts^Hle. 
L. E. Briggs, YeUviUe. 



County. 


Coimty superintendent. 


ARKANSAS— con. 

Miller 


Otto Forehand, Texarkant. 


Mississippi 

Monroe 


W. M. Crow, Blytheville. 
W. E. Phipps, Clarendon. 
Ernest Berry, Mount Ida. 
J. W. Teeter, Prescott. 


Montgomery 

Nevada 


Newton 

Ouacliita 

Perry 


J. C. Ferrier, Jasper. 

J. J. Tibbits, Camden. 

W. B. Loudermilk, Adona. 


Phillips 


L. P. Anderson, Marvell. 


Pike 


G. C. Floyd, Murfreesboro. 


Poinsett 


V. A. Murphy, Harrisburg. 
W. H. Morden, Mena. 


Polk 


Pope 


T. D. Bullock, RussPllviUe. 


Prairie... 


LilUe Bryant, De Vails Blufl. 


Pulaski 

Randolph 


Mrs. F. H. Dodge, Little Rock. 
R. A. Mock, Pocahontas. 


St. Francis 

Saline 


J. M. Wilson, Forrest City. 
W. A. Jackson, Benton. 


Scott 


G.C. EUis, Waldron. 


Searcy 

Sebastian 

Sorter 

Sharp 


J. M.McCaU, Marshall. 
L. M. Redwdne, Greenwood. 
L. E. Quinn, De Queen. 
W. T. McJunkins, Ash Flat. 


Stone 


J. T. Campbell, Mountain 


Union 


View. 
Mrs. Helen S. Henry, El 


Van Buren 

Washington 

White 

Woodruff 

Yell 


Dorado. 
T. J. Cowan, Clinton. 
0. W. Dass, FayettertUe. 
J. W. Henry, Searcy. 
J. T. Caughley, Augusta. 
T. A. Wright, Dardanelle. 


CALIFORNLt. 

Alameda 


David E. Martin, Oakland. 


Alpine 


Mrs. Eugenia M.Bruns, Gard- 


Amador 


nerville, Nev. 
Mrs. Sabra Greenhalgh, Jack- 


Butte 


son. 
Irvin Passmore, Oroville. 


Calaveras 


Teresa Rivara, San Andreas. 


Colusa 


Perle Sanderson, Colusa. 


Contra Costa 

Del Norte 


Wm. H. Hanlon, Martinez. 
Edwin A. Moore, Crescent City. 


Eldorado 


E. J. Fitzgerald, Placerville. 


Fresno 


Clarence W. Edwards, Fresno. 


Glenn 

Humboldt 

Imperial 


S. M. Chanev, Willows. 
Robert A. Bugbee, Eureka. 
H.C.Coe, ElCentro. 


luvo 


Mrs. M. A. Clarke, Bishop. 


Kern 


L. E. Chenoweth, Bakersfield. 


Kings 


Miss M. L. Richmond, Han- 


Lake 


ford. 
Minerva Ferguson, Lakeport, 


La.?;en 

Los Angeles 

Madera 


Mrs. Julia Norwood, Susan- 

viUe. 
Mark Keppel, Los Angeles. 
Craig Cunningham, Madera. 
Jas. B. Dartdson, San RafaeL 


Marin 


Mariposa 


John L. Dexter, Mariposa. 


Mendocino 

Merced 


Roy Good, Ukiah. 

Mrs. Belle S. Gribi, Merced. 


Modoc 


Mrs. Nettie B. Harris. Alturas. 


Mono 


Mildred Gregory, Bridgeport. 


Monterey 


Jas. G. Force, Salina.s. 



COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERHSTTEiSrDElSrTS. 15 

III. — CoTTNTY AND Other Local SUPERINTENDENTS OP SCHOOLS — Continued. 



County. 


County superintendent. 


County. 


County superintendent. 


CALIFORNIA— con. 


Lena A. Jackson, Napa. 

ElizabetJi M. Richards, Ne- 
vada City. 

R. P. Mitchell, Santa Ana. 

Irene Burns, Auburn. 

Mrs. Kate L. Donnelley, 
Qiiincy. 

IraC. Landis, Riverside. 

Carolyne M. Webb, Sacra- 
mento. 

Mrs. Dorothy B. Slaven, Hol- 
Uster. 

Ida M. Collins, San Bernardino. 

Ada York, San Diego. 

Alfred Roncovieri, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Mrs. Effle Anderson, Stockton. 

Robert L. Bird, San Luis 
Obispo. 

Roy W. Cloud, Redwood City. 

A. is. Pope, Santa Barbara. 

Agnes E. Howe, San Jose. 

Cecil M. Davis, Santa Cruz. 

Mrs. Charlotte Cuimiiigham, 
Redding. 

Belle Alexander, Downieville. 

J. W. Miller, Yreka. 

Dan H. VvTiite, Faiifleld. 

Ben. Ballard, Santa Rosa. 

A. G. Elmore, Modesto. 

Lizzie \'agedes. Yuba City. 

Mamie B. Lang, Red Bluff. 

Lucy Young, V.'eaverviUe. 

J. E". Buckman, Visalia. 

G. P. Morgan, Sonora. 

Mrs. Blanche T. Reynolds, 
Ventura. 

Harriett S. Lee, Woodland. 

Jennie Malaley, Marysville. 

Mary V. McFarland, Brighton. 
Harriett Dalzell, Alamosa. 
Mrs. Sada R. Wilson, Little- 
ton. 
Mrs. Sadie Betzer, Pagosa 

Springs. 
Mrs. Margaret E. Jackson, 

Springfield. 
Minnie Rimmer, Las Animas. 
51r=. Anna J. Bittner, Boulder. 
Marion B. Wallace, Buena 

Vista. 
Esther B. Weir, Cheyenne 

WeUs. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Gleason, Idaho 

Springs. 
Mrs. Mable Mickelson, Anto- 

nito. 
Mrs. Elizabeth F. Dugan, 

San Acacio. 
R. E. Rhine, Ordway. 
Mrs. Lou C. Beaman, West- 

cliffe. 


coLOEADO— con. 
Delta 


Mrs. Grace Cummings, Delta. 
Mrs. Helen M Wixnn npnvf»r 


Nevada ... 


Denver 




Dolores 


Eva M. Bell, Dove Creek 


Orange 


Douglas 


Grace I. Lamb Castlp Rock 


Placer 


Eagle 


Mrs. OUie G, Meyer, RedcLiS. 
Minerva Barnhill Tviowjv 


Plumas 


Elbert 




El Paso 




Riverside 


Fremont 


orado Springs. 

Mrs. Carrie'T. Anthony, Canon 
City. 

Mrs. Gretta Pottinger, Glen- 
wood Springs. 

Mrs. Edith Williams Central 


Sacramento 


San Benito 


Garfield 


San Beniarduio... 


Gilpin 


Sau Dieso 


Grand 


City. 
Mrs. Carrie D. Schnoor Grand 


San Francisco 


San Joaquin 


Gunnison 


Lake. 
Helen Rogers, Gunnison 


San Luis Obispo . . 


Hinsdale 


Mabel B. Rawson, Lake City. 
Dorothy Arnold, Walsenburg. 
Mrs. Minnie Bock Walden 




Huerfano 


San Mateo 


Jackson 


Santa Barbara 


Jefferson 


MsTtle Scnger, Golden. 
Florence B. Barnard, Eads. 


Santa Clara 


Kiowa 


Santa Cruz 

Shasta 


Kit Carson 

Lake 


Jessie Magee Gray, Burling- 
ton. 




Mrs. Marv C. Clark, Leadville 


Sierra 


La Plata 


Nell McCartev, Durango. 
Emma T Wilkins Fort Col- 


Siskivou 


Larimer.. 


Solano 


Las Animas 

Lineohi 


Ims 


Sonoma 


Elmore Floyd, Truudad. 
Mrs. Delia Winder, Hugo. 
Flora A. Allison, Sterling 


Stanislaus 


Sutter 


Logan 


Tehama 


Mesa 


Mrs. Elizabeth Hinton Grand 


Trinitv 


Min eral 


Junction 


Tulare 


Mrs. Marv N. Oates Creedp 


Tuolumne 


Mofiat 


Mrs. Laura K. Canon, Craig. 
Mrs. Nora S. Hutcliings, 

Cortez. 
Sarah L Tavlor Montrose 


Ventura 


Montezuma 

Montrose.. 


Yolo 


Yuba 


Morgan 




COLORADO. 


Otero 


Morgan. 
R. D. McClintock , La Junta. 




Omav 


Statie Erickson, Ouray. 
Mrs. Zoe R. Chapman, Fair- 
play. 
Cha?. R. Peters, Holyoke. 
Mrs. Anna Short, Aspen. 
Pauline riilbert Lamai' 


Adams 


Park^ 


Alamosa 


Phillips. . . 


Arapahoe 


Archuleta 


Pitkin 

Prowers . 




Pueblo 


Mrs. Liliie 0. Baker, Pueblo. 


Baca 


Rio Blanco 

Rio Grande 

Routt 




Bent 


Carrie Deitrich, Monte \'ista. 
Anna Funk Reid, Havdeu. 


Boulder 


Saoruache 


Mrs. Margaret JIartiu, Sa- 
guache. 

Mrs. Mary B. Hodges, Silver- 
ton 


Chalfee 


San Juan 




Cheyenne 


San Miguel 

Sedgv.ick 


Clear Creek 


Kathleen O'Kelly, TeUuride. 
Mrs. Elma Schroeder, Jules- 


Conejos 




burg. 


Costilla 


Teller 


enridge. 
Mi-s. Blanche C. Odell, Cripple 
Creek. 


Crowley 


Washington 

Weld 


Custer 


C. W. Martin, Greeley. 
T. H. Hooper, Wray. 




Ynma ., 







Towns in union. 


Supervising agents. 


Towns in union. 


Supervising agents. 


CONNECTICUT. 

Andover, AsliTord, 
Chaplin, Coven- 
try, Mansfield. 

Avon, Burlington, 
Farminglon. 

Barkhamsted, 
Colebrook, Go- 
shen, Hartland, 
New Hartford. 


A. W. Greer, WilUmantic. 

L. S. Mills, Plain ville. 
F. J. Penley, Winsted. 


CONNECTICUT— 

continued. 

Beacon Falls, 
1 N e v/ t w n , 

Southbury. 

Bethany, Middle- 
bury, Oxford, 
Prospect, Wol- 
cott. 


F. H. Johnston, Newtown. 
I. B. Dunfield, Waterbury. 



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III. — CorxTY AND Other Local Supeuintendents of Schools — Continued. 



Towns in union. 


Supervising agents. 


Town?, in union. 


Supervising agents. 


( o\>n:rTicuT— 




CONNECTICUT— 




continued. 




continued. 




Bethlehem, 


0. E. Lowell, New .Milfoid. 


Cornwall, Kent, 


H. M. Jeffords, Kent. 


Brid^ewator 




Sharon, Warren. 




Roxbiirv, Sher- 




Cromwell, Had- 


A. L. Young, Middletown. 


man, Wood burj'. 




dam. 




Bloomfiold, New- 


W. H. Mandrev, 70 Hartland 


Durham 


N. S. Light, State Capitol, 


incton. 
Bolton, East 


St., Hartford. 




Hartford. 


W. S. Dakin, State Capitol, 


Eastford, Pom fret, 


R. D. McAlister, Putnam. 


Hampton. 


Hartford. 


Union, Wood- 




Bozrah, Ledyard, 


S. Hussev Reed, Norwich. 


stock. 




North Stoning- 




East Granbv, Suf- 


H. B. Chapman, Sufficld. 


ton, Preston. 




field. 




Brookfield, New 


H. D. Sylvester, Danburv. 


East Lyme. Old 


J. F. Connolly, Saybrook. 


Fairfield, Red- 




Lyme, Lyme, 




ding, Wilton. 




Salem. 




Canaan, North 


W. M. Teague, Canaan. 


Easton, Monroe, 


F. W. Knight, Newtown. 


Canaan, Salis- 




Trumbull, Wes- 




bury. 




ton. 




Canterbury, Lis- 


Sarah T. Palmer, North 


Ellington, Somers, 


L. C. Staples, Ellington. 


bon, StcrUug, 


Stonington. 


Tolland. 




X'oluntown. 




Hampton, Scot- 


C. L. Brownell, State Capitol, 


Canton, Granbv... 


W. M. Strong, CoUinsville. 


land. 


Hartford. 


Cheshire, Middle- 


D. C. Allen, North Haven. 


Harvvinton 


R. N. Brown, Thomaston. 


field, North 




Killingworth 


Mrs. C. W. Maddocks, Deep 


Haven. 






River. 


Chester, Old Sav- 


C. W. Maddocks, Deep River. 


JIadison 


A. D. Simpson, State Capitol, 


brook, Savbrook, 






Hartford. 


West brook. 




Montville, Water- 


V. B. Jioody, Uncasville. 


Colchester, Leba- 


H. S. Libbv, Colchester. 


ford. 




non, M a r 1 - 




North Branford... 


Anna M. Fuda, Merideu. 


borough. 




Rocky Hill 


F. E. Harrington, State Capi- 


Columbia, Frank- 


Earle S. Russell, ^^illimantic. 


1 


tol, Hartford. 


lin, Hebron, 




Washington 


E. W. Ireland, Danbury. 


Sprague. 




Willingtou 


L. T. Garrison, Willimantic. 



County. 


Coimty superintendent. 


County. 


County superintendent. 


FLORIDA. 

Alachua 


E. R. Simmons. Gainesville. 
W. R. Simmons, Macclcnny. 

C. C. Mathis, Panama Citv. 
H. B. Wigdns, Starke. 

S. J. Overstreet, Titusville. 

J. S. Rickards, Fort Lauder- 
dale. 

P. F. Fisher, Blountstown. 

W. E. Bell, Punta Gorda. 

Jesse Montague,'Inverness. 

P. L. Tippins, Green Cove 
Springs. 

J. W. Burns, Lake City. 

Chas. M. Fisher, Miami. 

P. G. Shaver, Arcadia. 

W. R. Fletcher, Fletcher. 

F. A. Hathaway, Jacksonville. 
A. S. Edwards, Pensacola. 

D. B. Brown. Bunnell. 

A. A. Core, Apalachicola. 
C. H. Grey, Quincy. 

M. S. Hayes, -Moore Haven. 
W. W. Bradshuw, Jasper. 
W. R. Gramiiug, Wauchula. 
L. D. Hathaway, Brooksville. 
W. L. Marshall, Sebring. 
J. E. Knight, Tampa. 
T. J. McDade, Bonifay. 

C. W. Lockey, Marianna. 
W. M. Scruggs, Moniicello. 
J. W. Morgan, Mayo. 

D. H. Moore, Tavares. 

J. D. McFerron, Fort Mvers. 
F. S. Hartsfield, Tallahassee. 
T. W. Price, Bronson. 
J.E.Roberts, Bristol. 
T. C. Simms, Madison. 

B. D. Gullett, Bradentown. 


FLORIDA— coutd. 
Marion 


H. G. Shealv, Ocala. 


Baker. .... 


Monroe 


V. S. Lowe," Key West. 


Bay 


Nassau 


O. T. Weaver, Fernandina. 


Bradford 


Okaloosa 

Okeechobee 

Oranee 


G. W. Barrow, Crestview. 


Brevard 

Broward 


^Y. R. Terrell, Okeechobee. 
A. B. Johnson, Orlando. 




Osceola 


C. E. Yowell, Kissimmee. 


Calhoun 


Palm Beach 

Pasco 


Agnes Ballard, AVest Pala 


Charlotte 


Beach. 


Citrus 


E. B. O'Berrv, Dade Citv. 


Clay 


Pinellas 


R. S. Blanton, Clearwater. 




Polk 


C. A. Parker, Bartow. 


Columbia 


Putnam 


C. H. Price, Palatka. 


Dade 


St. Johns 


D. D. Corbett, St. Augustine. 


DeSoto 

Dixie 


St. Lucie 

Santa Rosa 

Sarasota 


E. E. Smith, Fort Pierce. 
R. B. Hobbs, Milton. 


Duval . 


T. W. Yarbrough, Sarasota. 


Escambia 


Seminole 


T. W. Lawton, Sanford. 


Flagler 


Sumter 


W. T. Eddins, Bushnell. 


Franklin 

Gadsden 


Suwannee 

Tavlor 


J. A. Holmes, Live Oak. 
W. T. Cash, Perrv. 


Glades 


XTnion 


O. L. Mizelle, Lake Butler. 


Hamilton 

Hardee 


Volusia 

Wakulla 


C. R. M. Sheppard, DeLand. 
Jacob C. Pigott, jr., Arrau. 


Hernando 

Highlands 


Walton 

Washington 

GEORGIA. 

Appling 


J. J. Kennedy, De Funiak 
Springs. 


Hillsborough 

Holmes 


J. T. Hightower, Vernon. 


Jackson 

Jefferson 




La Fayette 

Lake 


H. J. Parker, Baxlev. 


Atkinson 

Bacon 

Baker 

Baldwin 


J. O. White, Pearson. 


Lee 

Leon 


G. A. Tavlor, Alma. 
C. W. Twitty, Elmodel. 


Levy 


P. N. Bivins, Milledgevillt. 


Liberty 

Madison c. 

Manatee 


Banks 


W. B. Smith, Homer. 


Barrow 

Bartow 


J. B. Brookshire, Winder. 
J. W. Jackson, Cartersville. 



COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 17 

III. — Cou.VTY AND Other Local Superixtexdexts of Schools — Continued. 



County. 



GEORGIA— contd. 

Ben HiU 

Berrien 

Bibb 

Bleckley 

Brantley 

Brooks 

Brvan 

Bulloch 

Burke 

Butts 

Callioun 

Camden 

Campbell 

Candler 

Carroll 

Catoosa 

Charlton 

Chatham 

Chattahoochee 

Chattooga 

Cherokee 

Clarke 

Clay 

Clayton 

Clinch 

Cobb 

Coffee 

Colquitt 

Columbia 

Cook 

Coweta 

Crawford 

Crisp 

Dade 

Da\\son 



Decatur 

Dekalb 

Dod£;e 

Dooly 

Dougherty. 

Douelas 

Earlv 

Echols 

Effingham. 

Elbert 

Emanuel... 

Evans 

Fannin 

Fayette 

Floyd 

Forsyth 

FraiikUn... 

Fulton 

Gilmer 

Glascock... 

Glynn 

Gordon 

Grady 

Greene 

Gwinnett. . 



Habersham . 

Hall 

Hancock 

Haralson 

Harris 

Hart 

Heard 

Henry 

Houston 

Irwin 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jeff Davis... 

Jefferson 

Jenkins 

Johnson 

Jonas 

Lamar 

Lanier 



Coimty superintendent. 




J. H. BuUard, Fitzgerald. 

W. G. Avera. Nashville. 

C. H. Bruce, Macon. 

Jj. A. Whipple, Cochran. 

Everett Knox, Hiekox. 

J. J. Sizemorc, Quitman. 

H. G. Van Brackle, Pembroke. 

J. VV. Davis, Statesboro. 

O. M. Gresham, M'aynesboro. 

Van Fletcher, Jackson . 

H. T. Singleton, Edison.- 

W. R. Smith, St. Marys. 

M. D. Collins, Fairburn. 

M. H. Williams, Metter. 

V. D. Whailey, Carrollton. 

W. E. Brvan," Ringgold. 

L. E. Mallard. Folkston. 

C. B. Gibson, Savannah. 

C. N. Hov%ard, Cusseta. 

S. E. Jones, Summerville. 

T. A. Doss, Canton. 

T. H. Dozier, Athens. 

C.T. Norton, Bluflton. 

W. L. Gilbert, Jonesboro. 

J. O. Rodgers, Homerville. 

Hugrh Moore. Marietta. 

H. C. Roberts, Douglas. 

L. O. Rogers, Moultrie. 

J. S. Hardin, Harlem. 

J. C.Thomas. Adel. 

J. M. Starr, Newnan. 

J. F. Dickey, Musella. 

J. Vi.'. Bivins, Ccrdele. 

.S. J. Hale, Trenton. 

A. W. Vandivicre, Dawson- 

ville. 
Roland Bower, Bainbridge. 
R. E. Carroll, Decatur. 
M. W. Harrcll, Eastman. 
Paul I. Ellison, Vienna. 
S. R. DeJarnette, Albany. 
G. T. McLarty, Douslasville. 
F. B. Melton ,"Blakely. 
R. Y. Touchton, Statenville. 
F. D. Seckinger, Guj-ton. 
T. J. Cleveland, Elberton. 
R. E. Rountree, Swainsboro. 
Theodore Brewton, Claxton. 
F. L. Cochran, Blue Ridge. 
L. M. Lester, Favetteville. 
W. C. Rash, Rome. 
A. B. Tollison, Cumming. 
J. W. Landrum, Carnesviile. 
J. W. Simmons, Atlanta. 

F. E. Pettit, Ellijay. 
E. B. Rogers, Gibson. 
Chas. E. Dryden, Brunswick. 
W. L. Swaiii, Calhoun. 

J. S. Weathers, Cairo. 

Vv\ A. Purks, White Plains. 

H. D. Meriwether, Lawrenee- 

viile. 
C. W. Grant, ClarksviUe. 
J. D. Underwood, Gainesville. 
C. W. Moraii, Sparta. 
John W. White, Buchanan. 
Tom Wisdom, Chiplev. 
W. B. Morris, Hartwe'll. 
W. E. Denney, Franklin. 
T. J. Horton,"McDonough. 
M. C. Moslev, Bryron. 
Philip Newberne", Ocilla. 
T. T. Benton, Jefferson. 
W. D. Corn well, Monticello. 

G. N. Yarbrough, Hazelhurst. 
Paul Pressly, Louisville. 

W. V. Lanier, Millen. 
L. L. Lillard, Wrightsville. 
E. W. .Sammons, Gray. 
Mattie Tvus, Barnes\alle. 
J. C. Williams, Milltown. 



GEORGIA -contd. 



Laurens. 

Lee 

Liberty. 
Lincoln. 
Long.... 
Lowndes . 



County superintendent. 



Z. Whitehuist, DubUn. 
S. J. Powell, Leesburg. 
H.B. Way, Hinesville. 
T. L. PenVman, Lincolnton. 
Wm. C. Patton, Ludowici. 
M. L. Strong, Valdosta. 



Lum-pkiu ; C. Shultz, Dahlonegi 



McDuffic 

Mcintosh 

Macon 

Madison 

Marion 

Meriwether 

Miller 

Milton 

Mitchell 

Monroe 

Montgomery. . 
Morgan ...."... 

Murray 

Muscogee 

Newton 

Oconee 

Oglethorpe 

Paulding 

Pickens 

Pierce 

Pike 

Polk 

Pulaski 



Putnam , 

Quitman 

Rabun 

Randolph 

Richmond. . .. 

Rockdale 

Schley 

Screven 

Seminole 

Spalding 

Stephens 

Stewart 

Sumter 

Talbot 

Taliaferro 

Tattnall 

Tavlor 

Telfair 

Terrell 

Thomas 

Tift 

Toombs 

Towns 

Treutlen 

Troup 

Turner 

Twiggs 

Union 

Upson 

Waiker 

Walton 

Ware 

Warren 

Washington... 

Wayne 

Webster 

Wheeler 

White 

Whitfield 

Wilcox 

Wilkes 

WiUdnson 

Worth 



IDAHO. 



Ada 

Adams 

Bannock. . 
BearLake. 



M. W. Dimn, Thomson. 
W. A. Branson, Darien. 
J. P. Nelson, Oglethorpe. 
R. C. David, Danielsville. 
T. B. Rainey, Buena Vista. 
W. S. Howell, Greenville. 
N. L. Stapleton, Cclquitt. 
J. R. Holloway, Alpharetta. 
J. R. Sloan, Camilla. 
T. H. Phina7ee, Forsyth. 
T. B. Conner, Mount Vernon. 
W. C. Thompson, Madison. 
T. W. Colvard, CrandaU. 
J. L. Bond, Columbus. 
G. C. Adams, Covington. 
R. M. Nicholson, V>'atkinsville. 

E. W. Martin, Arnoldsville. 
C. A. Roberts, Dallas. 

G. F. Compton, Jasper. 
J. S. Pittman, Blackshear. 

F. L. Adams, Zebuloii. 
Wm. James, Cedartown. 

A. G. McKinney, Hawkins- 
ville. 

W. C. Wright, Eatonton. 
H. M. Kaisler, Georgetown. 
John C. How.ard, Quartz. 
Walter McMicbaei, Cuthbert. 
Lawton B. Evans, Augusta. 

G. W. Crumbley, Con vers. 
J. E. Stewart, Ellavilic. 
H. J. Arnett, Sjdvania. 

J. T. Goree, Donaldsonville. 
J. P. Manlev, Griffin. 
Gordon Walters, Toccoa. 
W. T. Halliday, Lumpkin. 
E. W. Du Free, Americus. 
J. H. McGehee, Talbotton. 
W. Jl. Moore, Sharon. 
J. O. Bacon, Reidsville. 
W.T. Rustin, Butler. 

B. J. Reid, McRae. 

J. C. Dukes, Dawson. 

C. H. Rice, Thomasville. 

A. J. Ammons, Tifton. 
T. B. Youmans, Vidalia. 

R. T. Coleman, Young Harris. 
R. E, Ward, Soperton. 
T. G.Polhill, La Grange. 

D. A. Stewart, Aslibum. 

B. S. Fitzpatrick, Fitzpatrick. 
J. W. Twiggs, Choestoe. 

J. A. Thurston, Thomaston. 
J. A. Sartain, La Fayette. 
J. W. Clegg, Monroe. 

C. W. Pittman, Waycross. 
M. J. Bruce, Norwood". 

T. J. Davis, Sandersville. 

B. D. Purcell, Jesup. 
Cleveland Rees, Preston. 
J. P. Tomlinson, .\laino. 

C. H. Edwards, Cleveland. 
J. D. Field, Dalton 

W. A. Stone, Pitts. 
S. B. Savage, Washington. 
Victor Davidson, Irwinton. 
W. R. Sumner, Sylvester. 



Lura V. Paine, Boise. 
Mrs. Carrie M. Lowe, Council. 
Nora A. Boyum, Pocatello. 
Lelha Dunford, Paris. 



IS EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

III. — County and Other Local Supertntenrents op Schools — ^Continued. 



County. 



IDAHO— contd. 



Benewah 
Bingliam 



Blaine 
Boise. . 



Couaty superintendent. 



Idaho 

Sand- 



Bonneville. 
Boundary.. 



Butte 

Camas 

Can von . . . 
Cari'liou . . . 

Cassia 

Clark 

Clearwater 
Custer 



Elmore. 



Leila ClifTord, St. Maries. 

Mrs. Grace Faiileoner, Black- 
foot. 

Boulah Coats. Hailey. 

Mrs. Hailey Sldnner, 
City. 

Bonner ! Mrs. Jessie H. Tuck, 

I point. 

Jesse H. Nielsen, Idaho Falls. 

Mrs. Caroline W. Flood, Bon- 
ners Ferry. 

Mrs. Louisa Pratt, Arco. 

Pearle H. Lamson, Fairfield. 

Margfiret Knowlton, Caldwell. 

A.J. GronewaKi, Soda Springs. 

Mae Lowe, Barley. 

Mrs. Anna Hales," Dubois. 

Evelyn S. Mervin, Orofino. 

Mrs. Florence G. Rowles, 
Challis. 

Mrs. Pearl S. Barber, Moun- 
tain Home. 

John Johnson, Preston. 

Alice Clark, St. Anthony. 

Mrs. Ella Ree<l, Emmett. 

Miss Douglas Hilts, Gooding. 

Mrs. Olive Lyon, Grangeville. 

W. S. Burton, Kigby. 

Mrs. June L. Kearney, Jerome. 

R. C. Egbers, Coenr d'Alene. 

Lillian Skattaboe, Moscow. 

Edith Ryan, Salmon. 

Etta Brown, Nez. Perce. 

Mrs. Leah M. Burnside, Sho- 
shone. 

Wm. B. Oldham, Rexburg. 

Mrs. Ida E. SuUivan, Rupert. 

Ethel Gilsnn, Lewiston. 

James C. Tovev, Malad. 

Mrs. Belie V. Cook, Silver City. 

Anna Pearson, Payette. 

Goldie Drake, American Falls. 

Mrs. Mary J. Barnes, Wallace. 

L. M. Strong, Driggs. 

Miss Brittonmart Wolfe, Twin 
FaHs. 

Mrs. Tirza I. Wayland, Cas- 
cade. 

M. Gladys Houston, Weiser. 



Franklin, 
Fremont 
Gem 

Gooding. 

Idaho 

JefTerson . 
Jerome. . . 
Kootenai 

Latah 

Lemhi . . . 

Lewis 

Lincoln . . 



Madison... 
Minidoka . . 
Nez Perce. 

Oneida 

Owyhee 

Payette — 

Power 

Shoshone. . 

Teton 

Twin Falls 



VaUey 

Washington. 



ILLIN013. 



Adams 

Alexander. 

Bond 

Boone 



Brown. 



Bureau 

CaUioun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign.. 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland. 

Dekalb 

Dewitt 

Douglas 

Dupage 

Edgar 

Edv/ards 

Effingham.. 
Fayette 



John H. Steiner, Quincy. 

Lucy Twente, Cairo. 

J. W. Anthony, Greenville. 

Elizabeth B. Harvey, Belvi- 
dere. 

Lavina O'Neil, Mount Ster- 
ling. 

G. O. Smith, Princeton. 

S. J. Sibley, Hardin. 

John Hay, Moimt Carroll. 

Walter IC. Buck, Virginia. 

Charles H. Watts, Urbana. 

O. P. Simp.son, Taylorville. 

Harold Bright, Marshall. 

George W. Brev/er, Louisville. 

Wm. Johnson, Carlyle. 

O. L. Minter, Charleston. 

E. J. Tobin, Chicago (C. H.). 

O. B. Moimt, Rolnnson. 

L. C. Marlnvell, Toledo. 

Warren Hubbard, Sycamore. 

Roy H. Johnson, Clinton. 

E. E. Gere, Tuscola. 
Lewis Morgan, W^heaton. 
O. Rice .Jones, Paris. 
Grant Balding, Albion. 
J. W. Davis, Effingham. 

F. E. Crawford, Vandalia. 



County. 



iLLiKois— contd. 



Ford 

Franklin. . 
Fulton.... 
Gallatin... 

Greene 

Gnmdy. . . 
Hamilton . 
Hancock.. 
Hardin 



Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquoi.s 

Jackson 

,ra,s]icr 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Tvendall 

Kno.x 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 

Logan 

McDonough 

McHonry" 

Mclyean 

Macon 

Macoupin 



Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery . 
Morgan 



Moultrie . 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 



Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski . . . 
Putnam... 
Randolph. 
Richland.. 
Rock Island. 



County superintendent. 



H. M. Rudolph, Paxton. 

H. Clay iTiii, Benton. 

P. H. Hellyer, Lewistown. 

J. F. Ashley, Ridgwav. 

Rollins L. Sfott, Garrollton. 

C. H. Rnot, Morris. 

S. (). Dale, McLeansboro. 

S. D. Paris, Carthage. 

Haftie M. Rittenhouse, Eliza- 

bethto'wn. 
.\llen L. Beall, Oauawka. 
W. F. Huston, Cambridge. 

F. X. Gil breath, Watseka. 
Otto F. -A-ken, Murphvsboro. 
J. II. Pur.sifiill, Newton. 

C. H. Mossberger, Mount Ver- 
non. 
L. E. Groffel, JerseyvUle. 
B. L. Birkbeck, Galena. 
E. Wilburn Sutton, Vienna. 
E. M. Harris, Geneva. 
Lewis Ogilvie, Kankakee. . 
George Elliot, Yorkville. 
W. F. Boycs, Galesburg. 
T. A. Simoson, Waukegan. 
W. R. Foster, Ottawa. 
Ed. Ashbaugh. Lawrenceville. 
L. W. Miller, Di.Kon. 
\V. w: McCuUoch. Pontiae. 
E. H. Lulcenbill, Lincoln. 
B. E. Decker, Macomb. 

A. M. Shelton, Crystal Lake. 

B. C. Moore, Blooinington. 
Everett L. Dickey, Decatur. 
George W. Solomon, Carlia- 

ville. 
H. T. McCrea, Edwards\ille. 
Hatiie M. Blair, Salem. 
Willard E. King, Lacon. 
John C. Stoddard, Havana. 
Luther L. Evers, Metropolis. 
"William Small, Petersburg. 

G. E. Platt,.Aledo. 
William C. Heyl, W^aterloo. 
Everett A. Lewey, HiUsboro. 
H. H. V^asconcellos, Jackson- 
ville. 

Mrs. Lois Coombes, SuUivan. 

J. E. Cross, Oregon. 

J. A. Haves, Peoria. 

R. B. Templeton, Pinckney- 

ville. 
Chas. Mcintosh, Monticello. 
Theo. C. Moore, Pittsfield. 
Mrs. Stella A. WierwiUe, Gol- 

conda. 
May S. HawkinSj Moimd City. 
Anna M. Moess, Granville. 
L. W. Von Behren, Chester. 
Earl H. Hostcttler, Olney. 
Justin Washburn, Rock Island. 



Saline .' B. D. Gates, Harrisburg. 



Sangamon. 

Schuyler 

Scott 

Shelby , 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson . 

Tazewell 

Union , 

Vcrmihon. . , 
Wabash 



Warren 

Washington. 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside. . . 
Will 



E. ('. Pniitt, Springfield. 
Calvin L. Cain, Rushville. 
Olive Wells, W^inchester. 
Charles B. Guin, ShelbyviUe. 
G. C. Baker, Toulon. 
W. A. Hough, Belleville. 
George W. Scott, Freeport. 

C. I. Martin, Pekin. 
Charles O. Otiich, Jonesboro. 
Otis P. Haworth, Danville. 
Elmer Greathouse, Moimt Car- 

mel. 
Frank Winbigler, Monmouth. 
T. E. Allen, Nashville. 
J. B. Galbraith, Fairfield. 

D. L. Boyd, Carmi. 
H. B. Price, Morrison. 
August Maue, Joliot. 



COUI^TY SCHOOL. SUPERINTENDEISTS. 19 

III. — County and Other Local Superintendents op Schools — Continued. 



County. 




ILLINOIS— eontd. 



Williamson. 
Winnebago. 



Woodford.. 



INDIANA. 

Adams 

Allen 

Eaitholomew 

Beaton 

Blackford 

Boone 

Bro^^Ti 

Carroll 

Cass 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Crawford 

Daviess 

Dearborn 

Deeatur 

Dekalb 

Delaware 

Dubois 

Elkhart 

Fayette 

Floyd 

Fountain 

Franklin 



Fulton 

Gibson 

Grant 

Greene 

Hamilton . . . 

Hancock 

Harrison 

Hendi'iclcs... 

Henry 

Hovard 

Huntington. 
Jackson 



Jasper 

Jay 

Jefferson 

Jennings 

Johnson 

Knox 

Kosciusko 

Lagrange 

Lake 

Laporte 

Lawrence 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Martin 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery . 
Morgan 



Ne^vton... 
Noble... 

Ohio 

Orange 

Oven 

Parke 

Perry 

Pike 

Porter 

Posey 

Pulaski . . . 
Putnam . . . 
Randolph. 

Ripley 

Rush 



J. W. McKinney, Marlon. 
Mrs. Abbie Jewett Craig, Rock- 
ford. 
Roy L. Moore, Eureka. 



E. S. Christen, Decatur. 

D. O. McComb, Fort Wayne. 
Samuel Sharp, Columbus. 

M. F. O'Rear. Fowler. 

W. E. Pursley, Hartford City. 

John H. Hussey, Lebanon. 

Grover G. Brown, NashviUe. 

A. G. Fox, Delphi. 

Ira A. Kessler, Losransnort. 

Saml. L. Scntt, Jeflcrsbnville. 

J. R. McCullou!,di, Brazil. 

M. D. Boulden, Frankfort. 

H. H. Pleasant, Eniihsh. 

J. E. GiUey, WasMngton. 

Geo. C. Cole, Lawrenceburg. 

James R. Crawley, Greensburg. 

Clarence Green, Auburn. 

Lee O. Baird, Mnncie. 

Robert E. Eckert, Jasper. 

C. F. Miller, Goshen. 

Claude Truster, Connersville. 

Glenn V. Scott, New Albany. 

Guy A. Waldrip, Covington. 

Michael A. Bossert, Brook- 
viUe. 

Tliomas F. Berry, Rochester. 

Beu H. Watt, Princeton. 

Aibc-t R. Hall, Marion. 

Walter T. Brov.-n, Bloomfleld. 

Waller Harger, Noblesville. 

R. Iv. Roudebush, Greenfield. 

Jas. T. MtClaron, Corydon. 

Geo. H. Reitzel, DamiUe. 

H. B. Roberts, Newcastle. 

Albert F. Hutson, Kokomo. 

C. Fimdeiburg, Himtington. 

Harry B. Henderson, Browns- 
town. 

"Jlorgan L. Sterrett. Rensselaer. 

Harry Nixon, Portland. 

Charles S. Dibler, Madison. 

S. E. Whitcomb, Vernon. 

W. J. Yoimt, FraukUn. 

W. W. Carter, Vincennes. 

Jesse Bruner, Warsaw. 

Hilda Hughes, Lagrange. 

A. E. Condon, Crown Point. 

Clayton L. Rhoade, Laporte. 

Wm. C. Roberts, Bedford. 

J. C. House, Anderson. 

L«e E Swails, Indianapous. 

Louis E. Stein bach, Plymouth. 

R. V. Eddington, Shoals. 

E. L. PoweU, Peru, 

W. H. Jones, Bloomington. 
Merle F. Coons, Crawfordsville. 
Isaac M. Kenworthy, Martins- 

vDIe. 
W. O. Schanlaub, Kentland. 
Guy R. Hall, Albion. 
Johin L. Wessler, Ri-:ing Suu. 
Harry ICtrk, Paoli. 
Albert Free, Spencer. 
John H. JoUief, Rock\ille. 
Preston Harding, Cannelton. 
Howard Brenton, Glezen. 
Fred H. Cole, Valparaiso. 
Q. E. Behrens, Mount Vernon. 

F. G. Neel, Winamac. 
Frank Wallace, Green-castle. 
O. n. Greist, Winchester. 
Hale C. Pickett, Versailles. 
W. E. Wagoner, Rushville. 



INDIANA— contd. 



County superintendent. 



St. Joseph. 



Scott 

SShelby 

Spencer 

Starke 

Steuben 

SuiUvan 

Switzerland.. 
Tippecanoe . . 

Tipton 

Union 

Vanderburg. . 

Vermilion 

Vigo 

"Waoash 

Warren 

Warrick 

Washington.. 

Wavne 

Weils 

Wliite 

Whitley 

IOWA. 

Adair 

Adams 

.A.llamakee . . . 
Appanoose... 

Audubon 

Benton 

Black Hawk. 

Boone 

Bremer 

Buchanan 

Buena Vista. 

Butler 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 



Cedar 

Cirro Gordo 

Cherokee 

Chickasaw 

Clarke 

Clay 

Clayton 

Clinton 

Crawford 

Dallas 

Davis , 

Decatur 

Delaware , 

Dos Moines , 

Dickiiison 

Dubuque 

Emmet , 

Fayette 

Floyd 

Franklin 



Fremont . . . 

Greene 

Grundy 

Guthrie . . '. . 
Hamilton . . 
Hancock... 

Hardin 

Harrison . . . 

Henry 

Howard 

Humboldt. 

Ida 

Iowa 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson . . . 
Johnson 



John W. Rittinger, South 

Bend. 
Clinton Gamble, Scottsburg. 
.. W. Everson, ShelbvviUe. 
U. S. Lindsey, Rockport. 
J. Allen Barr, Knox. 
G. O. Simpson, Angola. 
Richard Park, Sulifvan. 
Ernest Danglade, \ evay. 
C. V. Peterson, La Fayette. 
George H. Spencer, Tipton. 
Chas. C. Aberaethy, Liberty. 
K. W. Hemmer, EvansviUe. 
J. F. Lewman, Newport. 
Leroy Fair, Tcrro Haute. 
Howard Williams, >Vabash. 
W. H. Frazier, Wilhamsport. 
Levi Barker, Bocn\iUe. 
Leon B. Mather, Salem. 
C. O. WilUams, Richmond. 
Justin H. Merrinian, Bluffton. 
Kirby B. Payne, MonticeUo. 
R. E. Mosher, Columbia City. 



Minerva Whittum, Greenfield. 
.\naa Lvnam, Corning. 
W. L. Peck, Waukon. 
Janet Wilson, CeutervUle. 
Augusta Hecker, .\.udubon. 
Emma R. Crossley, Vinton. 
H. C. Moeller, Waterloo. 
Gracia E. Tucker, Boone. 
Grace Beebe, ^V'avcrly. 
A. E. Jewett, Independence. 
A. E. Harrison, Storm Lake. 
Hazel Black, Allis..a. 
Helen Wilson, RocKwell City. 
George Galloway, Carroll. 
Myrtle R. Hardenbergh, At- 
lantic. 
Jane McCormick, Tipton. 
R. E. Newcomb, Mason City. 
D. F. Funkhouser, Cherokee. 
Alf. Vaala, New Hampton. 
Ora Grisweli, Osceola.' 
Et!a M. Smith, Spencer. 
Margaret C. Myers, Etkader. 

C. E. Cozzens, Clinton. 
F. N. Olry, Denison. 
May A. Hills, Adel. 

H. C. Brown, Bloomfleld. 
Kate HuU, Leon. 
W. A. Ottilie, Manchester. 
Vail CordeU, Burlington. 
Verua M. Gray, Spirit Lake. 
Joseph Flynn, Dubuque. 
Marie Soriim, EstherviUe. 
N. J. Breckner, West Union. 
Mary D. Korinke, Charles City. 
Harry J. Henderson, Hamp- 
ton. 
Wilbur Simons, Sidney. 
Mrs. Hazel Ott, Jeflerson. 

D. R. Earl, Grimdy Center. 
C. A. Young, Guthrie Center. 

E. F. Snow, Webster City. 
J. R. Baggs, Garner. 
Bessie Steinberg, Eldora. 
Alice Divelbess, Logan. 
Eva Allen, Moimt Pleasant. 
Vernette Moore, Cresco. 
Clarence Messer, Hiunboldt. 
J. M. Rees, jr., Ida Grove. 
Ida O'Brien, Marengo. 

E. R. Stoddard, Maquoketa. 
Lucy E. Hall, Nev.-ton. 
June Chidester, Fairfield. 
W. N. Leeper, Iowa City. 



20 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOKY, 1922-1923. 

III. — County and Othkr Local Sufeiuntendexts of Schools — Continued. 



County. 



IOWA— continued. 



Jones 

Keokuk. . 
Kossuth.. 

Lee 

Linn 

Louisa . . . 

Lucas 

Lyon 

Madison.. 
Mahaska. 
Marion... 
Marsliall . 

Mills 

Mitchell.. 



County supe;intendent. 



Monona 

Monroe 

Montgomery, 
Muscatine..". 

OBrieu 

Osceola 

I'age 

Palo Alto... 



Plymouth 

Pocahontas 

Polk 



Pottawattamie. 



l^oweshiek. 
Ringgold... 

Sac 

Scott 



Nellie V. Morey, Anamosa. 

Harry S. McXicker, Sigourney. 

Wni. Shirley, Algona. 

E. C. I,ynn,' Uonncllson. 

Lula B. Secrisl, Marion. 

Myrtle Jamison, Wapello. 

I. S. Guernsey, Chariton. 

E. T. (iilman. Keck Rapids. 

Liua Dudney, Winlerset. 

Erma Kroul', Oskaloosa. 

Avis Grawc, Knoxville. 

C. E. Shutt, Marshalltown. 

Geo. E. Masters, Gleuwood. 

Blanche M. McLaughlin, 
Osage. 

Esther Tronstrum, Onawa. 

Ether Roberts, Allaa. 

Hattie E. Hough, Red Oak. 

E. D. Bradley, Muscatine. 

Bessie McNutt, Primghar. 

Mary E. De Boos, Sibley. 

Agnes Samuelson, Clarinda. 

Gertrude M. Thorn vaU, Em- 
metsburg. 

Ethel Evers, Le Mars. 

Mrs. J. H. McMichael, Poca- 
hontas. 

H. Hoffman, Des 



Dryden, Council 



Shelby 

Siou-x 

Story 

Tama 

Taylor 

Lnion 

\'an Buren 

Wapello 

Warren 

Washington... 

Wayne 

AVebster 

W'innebago 

Winneshiek... 

Woodbury 

Worth 

Wright 



KANSAS. 



Allen 

Anderson . 
Atchison.. 
Barber 



Barton 

Bourbon.. 

Brown 

Butler 

Chase 



Chautauqua. 

Cherokee 

Cheyenne 

Clark 

Clay 



Cloud. 
Coffey. 



Comanche. 

Cowley 

Crawford.. 
Decatur. . . 



Mrs. A. 

Moines. 

Charlotte 
Bluffs. 

Estelle Coon, Brooklyn. 

Louise Askren, Mount Ayr. 

P. A. Lauterbach, Sac City. 

Herimne Schneckloth, Daven- 
port. 

Rose M. Parker, Harlan. 

Charles H. Tye, Orange City. 

George Kellogg, Nevada. 

Mary A. Richards, Toledo. 

AUie Nelson, Bedford. 

Mrs. Nancy Bell, Creston. 

H. B. Carroll, Keosauqua. 

Celia Bell, Ottmiiwa. 

W. M. McGee, Indianola. 

Clara Wallace, Washington. 

Ava Amenell, Corydon. 

Anna Johnson, Fort Dodge. 

Jessie Parker, Forest City. 

Gertrude Crane, Decorah. 

J. F. Games, Sioux City. 

Nora M. IQng, Northwood. 

Blanche Bock, Clarion. 



Florence H. Rounds, lola. 

Blanche McClun, Garnett. 

Ada Smith, Atchison. 

Glenola Wilkins , Medicine 
Lodge. 

M. V. Rinker, Great Bend. 

May Hare, Fort Scott. 

L. C Morgan, Hiawatha. 

C. W. Thomas, El Dorado. 

Chnt. A. Baldwin, Cottonwood 
Falls. 

Flora Holroyd, Sedan. 

G. A. Sanders, Columbus. 

Mrs. Edith Aoeller, St. Francis. 

Maggie M. Myers, Ashland. 

Mrs. Georgia "r. Borland, Clay 
Center. 

Jane Collins, Concordia. 

Mrs. Allie B. Smith, Burling- 
ton. 

Ethel M. Smith, Coldwater. 

Arka Shoemaker, Winfield. 

M. A.Callahan. 

Romaine Wyatt, Oberlin. 




KAN3A.?— contd. 

Dickinson 

Doniphan 

Douglas 

FMwards 

Elk 

ElHs 

Ellsworth 

Finney 



County superintendent. 



Ford. 



Franklin. 
Gearv 



Gove 

Graham. 
Grant... 



Gray 

Greeley 

Greenwood. 
Hamilton . . 



Harper 

Harvev 

Haskell 

Hodgeman.. 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Jewell 

Johnson 

ICearny 

Kingman . . . 



Kiowa 

Labette 

Lane 

Leavenworth. 

Lincoln 

Linn 

Logan 



Lyon 

MePherson. 

Marion 

Marshall. . . 



Meade 

Miami 

Mitchell 

Montgomery. 

Morris 



Morton 

Nemaha 

Neofho 

Ness 

Norton 

Osage 

Osborne 

Ottawa 

Pa\'STiee 

PhiUips 

Pottawatomie. 

Pratt 

Rawlins 

Reno 

Republic 

Rice 

Riley 

Rooks 

Rush 

Russell 

Saline 

Scott 

Sedgwick 



Mary E. Woolverton, Abilene. 

Mrs. L. B. Hathway, Troy. 

O.J. Lana, Lawrence. 

Ahary Smith, Kinsley. 

S. Jessie Cummiags, Howard. 

Louis Christiansen, Hays. 

H. Coover, Ellsiiorlh. 

Emma F. Wilson, Garden 
City. 

Mrs. Edna L. Cobb, Dodge 
City. 

Ellen Larson, Ottawa. 

Mrs. Nora R. Clark, Junction 
City. 

John Lindqui't, Gove. 

Le Roy Mowrey, Hill City. 

Mrs. "Gladys Hennigh, New 
Ulysses. 

\era F'urse, Cimarron. 

G. W. IjOwrey, Tribune. 

Ralph A. Cannon, Eureka. 

Mrs. Riizabelh Tapscott, Syra- 
cuse. 

Mrs. Lulu Carrithers, Anthony. 

Mary J. Morrison, Newton. 

George B. Levitt, Sublette. 

Winifred T. Goller, Jetmore. 

Nell Pate, Holt on. 

May Nincehelser, Oskaloosa. 

Lawrence Dial, Mankato. 

Lucille Ewing, Olathe. 

Mrs. India Simmons, Lakin. 

Mrs. Maud S. Branden, King- 
man. 

Mrs. Ava Hayes, Greensburg. 

Mrs. Eva E. Cruzan, Oswego. 

Alma J. McCoy, Dighton. 

Eph Voorhees, Leavenworth. 

Ella Miller, Lincoln. 

M. Ellen Dingus, Mound City. 

Mrs. Eunice G. Garrity, Rus- 
sell Springs. 

Tiinon (^overt, Emporia. 

Hattie Heckethorne, McPher- 
son. 

James A. Ray, Marlon. 

Mrs. Etta B. Beavers, Marys- 
\alle. 

Ola Granger, Meade. 

Emma Mills, Paola. 

A. R.Loop,Be'oit. 

Nora C. Howard, Independ- 
ence. 

Mrs. Flora E. Davis, Council 
Grove. 

Mrs. H.O. Bean, Richfield. 

R. G. Mueller, Seneca. 

Susie Berry, Erie. 

Edna Robison, Ness City. 

Mrs. Myrtle Newbold, Norton. 

Annie Daniel, Lyndon. 

Bertha Yo.xall, Osborne. 

Lillias Mortimer, MinneapoUs. 

Elizabeth Davis, Earned. 

H. E. Bradley, PhiUipsburg. 

Mrs. Kate E. Hooven, West- 
moreland. 

Mrs. Bertha H. Arnold, Pratt. 

Bert Ke.^^olring, Atwood. 

S. P. Rowland, Hutchinson. 

Mrs. Frances J. Fickel, Belle- 
ville. 

Mrs. Flora Guethlin, Lyons. 

Reppie Carey, Manhattan. 

Emma Bigge", Stockton. 

Mrs. Alta Mellick, La Crosse. 

Pearl Comer, RusseU. 

Birdie K. Crittenden, Salina. 

Leo T. Gibbens, Scott City. 

R.M.Crum, Wicliita. 



COUNTY SCHOOL SUPEKINTEXDENTS. 21 

III. — CoixTY AND Other Local Superintendents of Schools — Continued. 



County. 



KANSAS — contd. 



Seward... 
Shawnee . 
Sheridan. 
Sherman. 

Smith 

Stati'ord. . 
Stanton.. 
Stevens . . 
Sumner.. 



Thomas 

Trego 

Wabaunsee. 
Wallace 



Washington. 

Wichita 

Wilson 

AVoodson 

Wyandotte. . 



KENTUCKY. 

Adair 

Allen 

Anderson 

BaUard 

Barren 

Bath 

Bell 

Boone 

Bourbon 

Bovd , 

Boyle 

Bracken 

BreatWtt 

Breckinridge . . 



Bullitt 

Butler 

Caldwell 

Calloway 

Campbell 

CarUsle 

Carroll 

Carter 

Casey 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Crittenden... 
Cumberland., 

Daviess 

Edmonson... 

Elliott 

Estill 

Fayette 

Fleming 

Floyd 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Garrard 

Grant 

Graves 

Grayson 



Green . 



Gxeenup 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harlan 

Harrison 

Hart 



County superintendent. 



Emma Thompson, Liberal. 

Dave H. Wallace, Topeka. 

Stella M. Lewis, Hoxie. 

Otis E. Doane, CJoodland. 

Wm. McMullen, Smith Center. 

Anna M. Beck, St. John. 

Mrs. Effie Yingling, Johnson. 

Mrs. Bedia Combs, Hugoton. 

Mrs. Kate D. Sniggs, Welling- 
ton. 

Lulu Holmes, Colby. 

Elizabeth McCall, Wakeeney. 

Mrs. Nettie Wright, Alma. 

Mrs. Emma Sears, Sharon 
Springs. 

Luella Hill, Washington. 

Ethel Scott, Leoti. 

Mrs. Fannie Lyon, Fredonia. 

Cecile Davidson, Yates Center. 

Olive I. Thompson, Kansas 
City. 



F. E. Webb, Columbia. 

N. S. Shaw, Scottsville. 

T. J. Leathers, Lawrenceburg. 

Jesse Hunt, Wickliffe. 

W. M. Totty, Glasgow. 

R. W. Kincaid, Owingsville. 

Camie Wilson, Pineville. 

J. C. Gordon, Burlington. 

J. M.McVey, Paris. 

B. B. Triplett, Catlettsburg. 
Oscar B. Fallis, Danville. 
Mary A. Field, Brooksville. 
Fallen Campbell, Jackson. 

J. Raleigh Header, Hardins- 

burg. 
Ora L. Roby, Shepherds\'ille. 

C. E. Gary, Morgantown. 
H. W. Nichols, Princeton. 
R. E. Broach, Murray. 

J. W. Reiley, Ale.xandria. 
EUza Curtsinger, Bardwell. 
Clay Tharp, Carrollton. 

D. V. Kibbey, Grayson. 
J. C. Lay, Liberty. 

B. H. Cook, Hopkins ville. 
P. B. Aldn, Winchester. 
Davis M. Allen, Manchester. 
L.S.York, Albany. 
James L. F. Paris, Marion. 
R. D. Bass, Burkesville. 
John L. Graham, Owensboro. 
W. A. Pardue, Brownsville. 
Wales S. Brown, Ordinary. 

E. S. Land, Ir\'lue. 

Geo. M. Baker, Lexington. 

M. N. Evans, Flemingsburg. 

H. N. Cooley, Prestonburg. 

N.J. Parsons, Frankfort. 

Inez Luteu, Hickman. 

Mrs. Rose Dwire, Warsaw. 

J. R. Abner, Lancaster. 

B. N. Harrison, Willamstown. 

A. L. WOson, Majiield. 

EfRe Sadler Basnam, Leitcb- 
field. 

Myrtle F. Howard, Greens- 
burg. 

J. Howard Hatfield, Greenup. 

J. H. Lamb, Hawesville. 

W. S. Long, Elizabethtown. 

A. C. Jones, Harlan. 

J. A. PajTie, Cynthiana. 

Aniiie Turner," Mumfordville. 




K ENT UCK Y — COn . 



Henderson . 

Henry 

Hickman... 
Hopkins. .. 

Jackson 

Jefferson . . . 
Jessamine.. 

Johnson 

Kenton 

Knott 

Knox 

Larue 



Laurel 

Lawrence . . 

Lee 

Leslie 

Letcher 

Lewis 

Lincoln 

Livingston. 



Logan 

Lyon 

Madison 

MagofBn 

Marion 

Marshall 

Martin 

Mason 

McCracken 

McCrcary 

McLean 

Meade 

Menifee 

Mercer 

Metcalfe 

Monroe 

Montgomerj- . . . 

Morgan 



Muhlenburg — 

Nelson 

Nicholas 

Ohio 

Oldham 

Owen 

Ow.sley 

Pendleton 

Perry 

Pike. 

Powell 

Pulaski 

Robertson 

Rockcastle 

Rowan 

RusseU 

Scott 

Shelby 

Simpson 

Spencer 



Taylor 

Todd 

Trigg 

Trimble 

Union 

Warren 

Washington. 



Wayne 

Webster.. 
Whitley... 

Wolfe 

Woodford . 



County superintendent. 



E. B. Liles, Henderson. 
Mrs. H. E. Pope, Newcastle. 
W. S. Scholes, Clinton. 
O. L. Kirkwood, Madisonville. 
W. A. Creech, McKee. 
Or\-illa J. Stivers, Louisville. 

C. C. Sandusky, Nicholasville. 
Fred Meade, Paintsville. 

J. C. MiUs, Erlanger. 
H. H. Taylor, Hindman. 
W. W. Evans, Barbou^^^e. 
Sara Castleman McCormell, 
Hodgenville. 

D. B. Johnson, London. 
Dock Jordan, Louisa. 

J. P. Thomas, Beattjnrille. 

Joe Murrell, Hyden. 

George Clarke,"Wliitesburg. 

J. Q. .\dams, Vanceburg. 

Garland Singleton, Stanford. 

Mamie Y. Ferguson, Smith- 
land. 

Annie Wiley. RusseUyUle. 

N. G. Martin, Eddyville. 

Ben F. Edwards, Richmond. 

J. S. Adams, Salversville. 

J. W. Clarkson, Lebanon. 

Harry W. Peters, Benton. 

L". G". Johnson, Inez. 

G. H. Tuniipseed, MaysvUle. 

J. E. Coleman, Paducah. 

J. L. Harmon, Whitley City. 

R. M. Stroud, Calhoun. 

L. H. Powell, Brandenburg. 

G.I. Be<:raft, Frenchburg. 

J. G. Prather, Harrodsburg. 

Avery Sartin, Edmonton. 

Ora Tajvlor, Torapkinsvllle. 

M. J. Goodwin, Mount Ster- 
ling. 

Bernard E. Whitt, West Lib- 
erty. 

M. C. Hughes, Greenville. 

AV. T. McClain, Bardstown. 

Eda S. Tavlor, CarUsle. 

Mrs. I. S. Niason. Hartford. 

J. W. Selph, La Grange. 

Clara A. Jones, Owenton. 

A. J. Creech, Booneville. 
G. H. Wells, Falmouth. 
M. C. Napier, Hazard. 
Fonso Wright, PikeviUe. 
Maude S. Bowen, Stanton. 
Leonard E. Meece, Somerset. 
Maye Neal. Mount OUvet. 

D. G. Bullock. Mount Vernon. 
J. H. Powers, Morehead. 

B. A. Lawless, Jamestown. 
Mary Bradley, Georgetown. 
Mary L. Hall, Shelbyville. 
Alice Adams, Franklin. 
Katie B. Beaaehamp, Taylors- 

ville. 

Geo. E. Sapp, Campbellsville. 

H. G. Watson, Elktou. 

Levi Cunningham, Cadiz. 

Carrie Logan Hood, Bedford. 

Carrie Eble, Morganlield. 

W. P. AMiite, BowUng Green. 

J. Harney Sweeney, Spring- 
field. 

Hattie Denney, Monticello. 

Thos. W. Johnson, Dixon. 

Samuel Walker, Williamsburg. 

Bruce Rose, Campton. 

M. B. Hifner, Versailles. 



22 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1022-1923. 

III. — County axd Other Local Superintendents op Schools — Continued. 



Parish. 


Parish superintendent. 


Parish. 


Parish superintendent. 


LOUISUNA. 




LOUISIANA— con. 




Acadia 


J. M. Baker. Crowley. 


M adison 


J. R. Linton, Tallulah. 


AUeu 


R. U. Corkorn, C^bcflin. 


M orehouse 


S. A.Caldwell, Bastrop. 


Ascension 


H. P. Broussard, Donaldson- 


Natchitoches 


C. E. Hooper, Natchitoches. 




ville. 


Orleans 


J. M. Gwinn, New (h'leans. 


Assumption 

AvoycUes 


S. A. Alloman, Napoiei)nvilIe. 


Ouachita 


T. O. Brown, Monroe. 


C. E. Laliorde, Marksville. 


Plaquemines 


A. L. Fourciau, Pouite a la 


Bcaiircfiard 


1). G. Lunsford. De Ridder. 




Hache. 


Bienville. 


E. H. Fisher, Arcadia. 


Pointe Coupee. . .. 


Alonzo McFarland, New 


Bos.<ier 


R. V. Kerr, Benton. 




Roads. 


Caddo 


C. E. Bvrd, Shreveport. 


Rapidi's 


W. J. Avery, Alexandria. 


Calcasieu 


F. K. White. Lake Charles. 


Red River 


A. H. Horton, Coushatta. 


Caldwell 


E. B. Cottingham, Columbia. 
T. W. McCall, Grand Chenier. 
H. W. Wright, Jonesville. 


Richland 


E. E. ICeebler, Rayville. 


Camenm 


Sabine 


G. C. Reeves, Many. 


Catahoula 


St. Bernard 


J. C. Blanchard, Arabi. 


Claiborne 


John S. I'atton, Homer. 
D. C. Stricklcr, Vidalia. 


St. Charles 

St. Helena 


J. B. Martin, Hahnville. 


Concordia 


Chas. W. Price, Greensburg. 


Dc Sota 


G. O. Houston, Mansfield. 


St. James 


R. P. Lowry, Convent. 


East Baton Rouge. 


W. B. Hatcher, Baton Rouge. 


St. John the Bap- 


L. F. Laurent, Edgard. 


EastCarroU 


Ashley Warhck, Lake Provi- 


tist. 






dence. 


St. Landry 


W. B. Prescott, Opelousas. 


East Feliciana 


H. R. McCullough. Clinton. 


St. Marlin 


W. C. Perrault, St . Martinvillo. 


Evangeline 


Y. L. Fontenot, X'ille P+atte. 


St. Mary 


L. A. Law, Fraiikhn. 


Franklin 


J. L. McDuff, Winnsboro. 


St. Tanimany 


E. E. Lyon, Covington. 


Grant 


J. B.Coburn, Colfax. 


Tansipalioa 


W. A. Sisemore, Amite. 


Iberia 


L. G. Porter, New Iberia. 


Tent-as 


C. L. Barrow, St. Joseph. 


Iberville 


L. E. Messick, Plaqueniine. 


Terrebonne 


H. L. Bourgeois, Houma. 


Jackson 


Geo. A. Odom, Jonesboro. 
J.C.Ellis, Gretna. 


Union 

Vermilion 


J. N. Warner, FarmerviUe. 


JelTerson 


J. H. Willaims, Abbeville. 


Jefferson Davis 


W. P. Arnette, Jennings. 


Vernon 


Finly Stanly, Leesville. 


Lalayette 


J. W. Faulk, Lafayette. 
W. S. Lafargue, Thibodaux. 
W. T. Hodges, Jena. 


Washington 


D. H. Stringfleld, Franklinton. 


Lafourche 


Webster 

West. Baton Rouge 


E. S. Richardson, Minden. 


La Salle 


J. H. Bres, Port Allen. 


Lincoln 


H. L. Campbell, Ruston. 


West Carroll 


V/. S. Campbell, Oak Grove. 


Livingston 


E. S. Easterly, Denham 


West Feliciana — 


P.C. Garris, St. Fraucisville. 




Springs. 


Winn 


W. T. Norman, Wmnfleld. 









Towns in union. 



MAFNE. 

Abbot, Blanchard, 
Elliottsvillen., 
Kingsbury PI., 
Monson, Willi- 
maniic. 

Acton, Lebanon, 
Newfield, Shap- 
leigh. 

Addison, Center- 
ville, Jonesboro, 
Jonesport. 

Albany, I^ovcU, 
Stoneham, Swe- 
den. 

Albion, Burnham, 
Trov, Unity, 
Unity PI. 

Alexander, Cody- 
ville PL, Craw- 
ford, Grand 
Lake Str. PL, 
No. 21 PL 
(Wash.), Prince- 
ton, Talmadge, 
W a i t e , Tops- 
field. 

Alfred, I^imerick, 
Lyman, Water- 
boro. 

AUagash PL, Fort 
Kent, St. Fran- 
cis PL, St. John 
PL 

Alna, Dresden, 
Edgecomb, Pitt- 
ston, Wiscasset. 



Union superintendent. 



Claude L. Sidelinger, Monson. 



George M. D. Grant, East 
Lebanon. 

Ralph W. Brown, Jonesport. 



Mrs. Lottie Palmer, South 
Stoneham. 

Mrs. Naomi T. Gregoire, Unity. 
' George H. Beard, Princeton. 



M. E. Wright, Alfred. 

Cath.erine Ouellette, Fort 
Kent. 



Leslie A. Bailey, Dresden 
Mills. 



Towns in imion. 



MAINE— contd. 

Alton, Argyle, La- 
grange^ Medford, 
Orneville. 

Amherst, Aurora, 
Clifton, Maria- 
ville. No. 21 PI., 
No. 33 PI., Otis, 
Walthara. 

Amity, Cary PI., 
Hodgdon, Lin- 
neus. New Lim- 
ericl, . 

Andover, Byran, 
Mexico, Rox- 
bury . 

Anson, Bingham, 
Embden, Solon. 

Appleton, Liberty , 
Palermo, Wash- 
ington. 

Arro>vsie, George- 
town, Phipps- 
burg, Wcstjjort, 
Woolwich. 

Ashland, Garfield 
PL, Masardis, 
Nashville PI., 
Oxbow PL, 
Portage I^ake. 

Athens, Brighton 
PL, Cambridge, 
Cornville, Har- 
mony. 

Atkinson, Brad- 
ford, Cliarleston, 
Corinth, Keu- 
duskeag. 



Union superintendent. 



E. E. Harris, Lagrange. 
Mrs. Carolyn Orcutt, Amherst. 

W. E. Finch, Hodgdon. 
Leon P. Spinney, Ridlonville. 



Mrs. L. A. Bradbury, North 

Anson. 
Albert F. Barnes, Appleton. 



Mrs. Clara M. Reed, W^ool- 
wich. 



A. L. Shorey, AsWand. 



E. A. Pattee, Harmony. 



H. D. Ridlon, Charleston. 



COUNTY SCHOOIi SUPERINTENDENTS. 23 

III. — County and Other Local Superintendents op Schools — Continued. 



Towns in union. 



Union superintendent. 



MAINE — contd. 

Avon, Freeman, 
Phillips, Salem, 
Strong. 

Baileyville, Bar- 
ing, Calais. 

Baldwin, Hiram, 
Sebago. 

Bancroft, Drew 
PL. Glenwood 
Pl.jHaynesville, 
Kingman, Mac- 
wahoe PI., Reed. 
PI. 

Bar Harbor, Tren- 
ton. 

Barnard PI., 
Brown vill e, 
Lake View PL, 
Milo, Williams- 
burg. 

Bath, West Bath.. 

Beddington. Cher- 
ryfield, Colum- 
bia Falls, De- 
blois, Steuben. 

Belfast, Searsport. 

Belgrade. Fayette, 
Mount Vernon, 
lieadfield. 

Belmont, Lineoln- 
ville, Morrill, 
Northport, 
Searsmont . 

Benedicta, Hersey^ 
Mount Chase, 
Patten, Stacy- 
villePl. 

Benton, Fairfield. 

Berwick, Eliot, 
South Berwick. 

Bethel, Gilead, 
Greenwood, 
Mason. 

Bigelow PL, Cop- 
lin PL, Dead 
River PL, Eus- 
tis, Flagstaff PL, 
Lang PI. 

Blaine. Bridge- 
water, E. Plan- 
tation, Mars 
Hill, Monticello. 

Bliiehjll, Brooklin, 
Sedgwick. 

Bootlibay, Booth- 
bay Harbor, 
Monhegan PL, 
Pouthport. 

Bowdoin, Bow- 
doinham, Rich- 
mond. 

Bowerbank, 
Dover, Fo.xcrott, 
Pebec. 

Bradley, Green- 
bush, Greenfield, 
Milford, Passa- 
dunikeag. 

Bremen, Jefferson, 
Nobleboro, Wal- 
doboro. 

Brewer, Edding- 
ton, Holden, 
Veazie. 

Bridgton, Har- 
r ison, Naples. 

Bristol, Daniari- 
scotta, Newcas- 
tle, South Bris- 
toL 



Eri Worcester, Phillips. 



W. H. Phinney, Calais. 

Mrs. Celia H. Sanborn, East 

Hiram . 
C. S. Hulbert, Wytopitlock. 



Frank McGbuIdrlck, Bar Har- 
bor. 
W. H. Sturtevant, Milo. 



C. L. Smith, Bath. 

B. H. V^arney, Cherryfield. 



E. E. Roderick, Belfast. 
Ralph G. Oakes, Readfleld. 



Mrs. Lena Rankin, Lincoln- 
ville. 



Mrs. Lucy P. Leach, Patten. 

M. C.Jov, Fairfield. 
W. C. McCue, Berwick. 

F. E. Russell, Bethel. 
C. W. Dickey, Stratton. 

Fred C. English, Robinson. 

E. L. Linscott, BluehilL 

George W. M. Keyes, Booth- 
bay Harbor. 

Chas. A. Snow, Richmond. 

Wm. M. Bottomley, Foxcroft. 



Mrs. Gertrude E.* Gifford, 
Costisan. 



V. V. Thompson, Waldoboro. 

H. R. Houston, Brewer. 

Guy Monk, Bridgton. 

Julia E. Barker, Damariscotta. 



Towns in union. 



Union superintendent. 



MAINE— contd. 

Brooks, Jackson, 
Monroe, Swan- 
ville, Waldo. 
Brooksville, Cas- 
tine, Islesboro, 
Penobscot. 
Brookton, Dan- 
forth. Forest 
City, Orient, 
Vanceboro, 
Weston. 

Brownfield, Den- 
mark, Fryeburg, 
Stow. 

Brunswick, Tops- 
ham. 

Buclcfield, Hart- 
ford, Hebron, 
Sumner. 

Bucksport, Or- 
land,Orrington, 
Verona. 

Burlington, Edin- 
burg," Enfield, 
Grand Falls PL, 
Howland, Low- 
ell, Maxfield, 
Sebopis PL 

Buxton, HoUis, 
Standish. 

Camden, Hope, 
Thomaston. 

Canaan, Clinton, 
Pittsfleld. 

Canton, Liver- 
more. 

Cape Elizabeth, 
South Portland. 

Caratunk PL, Con- 
cord, Mayfield 
PI., Moscow, 
Pleasant Ridge 
PL, The Forks 
PL, West Forks 
PL 

Caribou, Lime- 
stone. 

Carmel, Dixmont, 
Etna, Newburg. 

Carroll, LakeviUe 
PL, Lee, Pren- 
tiss, Springfield, 
Webster PL 

Carthage, Dixfield, 
Peru, "Weld. 

Casco, Otisfield, 
Raymond. 

Castle Hill, Chap- 
man, Mapleton. 

Charlotte, Cooper, 
Demiysville, Ed- 
munds, Jlarion, 
Meddybemps, 
No. 14 'PL, Pem- 
broke. 

Chelsea, Somer- 
ville, Whitefield, 
Windsor. 

Chester, Lincoln, 
Mattawamfceag, 
Winn, Wood- 
ville. 

Chesterville, In- 
dustry, New 
Sharon, Vienna. 

China, Vassalboro, 
Winslow. 

Columbia, Har- 
rington, Mil- 
bridge. 



L. T. Dimham, Brooks. 
RusseU Morgrage, Castiue. 
D. H. Corson, Danforth. 

C. L. Clement, Fryeburg. 

John A. Cone, Brunswick. 
Elmer C. Vining, Buckfield. 

Abbie M. Buck, Orland. 

Ralph Nowland, Howland. 



Geo. E. Jack, Hollis Center. 

George E. Paine, Camden. 

T. W. McQuaide, Pittsfleld. 

W. Lin wood Chase, Canton. 

Simon M.Ham in. South Port- 
land. 
Charles E. Ball, Bingham. 



William F. Miner, Caribou. 
W. G. Bailey, jr., Carmel. 
H. E. Fortier, Springfield. 

H. W. Coburn, Dixfield. 

Howard Gilpatrick, Casco. 

Elmer H. Webber, Mapleton. 

J. B. Thompson, West Pem- 
broke. 



Mrs. Lila N. Leavitt, Coopers 
Mills. 

Charles Swan, Lincoln. 



S. T. Marshall, New Sharon. 

J. W. Hamlin, Waterville. 
Ray Robinson, Harrington. 



24 EDUCATIOXAL DIRECTOEY, 1922-1923. 

III. — County and Other Local Superixtendents of Schools — Continued. 



Towns in union. 



Union superintendent. 



MAixE— contd. 

Corinna, Detroit, 
Newport, Ply- 
mouth. 

Cornish, Liining- 
ton, Parsons- 
field, Porter. 

Cranberry Isle^, 
Mount Desert, 
Southwest Har- 
bor, Tremont. 

CriehavenP!., Ma- 
tinicu.^ I?!e PI., 
Cnion, Warren. 

Crystal Island 
i'alls, Sherman, 
silver Ridge PI. 

Cumberland, Fal- 
mouth, North 
Yarmouth. 

Cnshing, Friend- 
ship, St. George, 
South Thomas- 
Ion. 

Cutler, Lubcc, 
Trescott, Whit- 
ing. 

Cyr PI., Hamiin 
"PI., \'an Burcn. 

Dallas PI., -Mad- 
rid, Rangeley, 
llaiigeley PI., 
Sandy River PI. 

Dayton, North 
K e nil e b u n k - 
port, ."-ac'o. 

Dcdhara, Ells- 
worth , Surry. 

Deer Fsle, Isle au 
Haut, Stoning- 
ton. 

Dennistown PL, 
Grcenville..Tack- 
mau Pi., Long 

. Pond Pi.. Moose 
River PI., Shir- 
ley. 

Dexter, Garland, 
Kiiiley. 

])urh!nri, Lisbon, 
Webster. 

Dyer Brook, Lud- 
iow, Merrill, 
Moro PI., Oak- 
field, Smyrna. 

Kaglc Lake, New 
Canada PI., 
WalLierasR PL, 
Winterville PI. 

East brook, Frank- 
! in, Hancock, 
Lamoine. 

East Ivivermore, 
Wayne. 

East .Machias, Ma- 
chias, Maehias- 
port,Marshfield, 
Northfield, 
Roque BlulTs, 
Whitnevville. 

East .Mililnocket, 
Medway, Milil- 
nocket. 

Easton, Fort Fair- 
field. 

Eastport, Perry, 
RoDbinston. 

Exeter, Glenbum, 
Hudson, Levant, ; 
Stetson. I 

Farmingdale,Gar- 
diner, Randoli)h.| 



E. O. Small, Newport. 
Annie L. Swasey, Cornish. 



W. E. Clark, Southwest Har- 
bor. 



F. D. Rowe, Warren. 
H. A. McLellan, Island Falls. 
D. W. Lunt, Portland, R. 4. 
F. L. S. Morse, Rockland. 

Everett Higgins, Lubec . 

C. L. O'Connell, Van Buren. 
Frank M. Coombs, Rangeley. 



T. T. Young, Saco. 

H. E. Henry, EUsv.orth. 
C. E. Lord, Deer Isle. 

Russell S. Taylor, Greenville. 



D. W. Rollins, Dexter. 
A. R. Carter, Lisbon Falls. 
W. E. Lane, Smyrna MiUs. 

Emma Pinette, Eagle Lake. 

S. S. Scammon, Franklin. 



Herbert J. Chase, Livermore 

Falls. 
R. L. Sinclair, Machias. 



W. M. Marr, Mlllinocket. 



C. E. Glover, Fort Fairfield. 

Mrs. Eunice M. Beale, East- 
port. 
A. L. Todd, Kenduskeag. 



L. W. Gerrish, Gardiner. 



Towns in union. 



Union suiierinlcndent. 



M.\iNE— contd. 

Farmington, New 
Vineyard, Tem- | 
pie. ; 

Frankfort, Pros- < 
pect, Stockton 1 
Springs, Winter- 1 
port. i 

Freedom, Knox, ] 
M o n t v i 1 1 e , [ 
Tiiorndike. i 

Freeport, Pownal, 
Yarmouth. 

F r c n c li V i 1 1 e , 
Grand Isle, Mad- 
a w a s k a , St. 
Agatha. 

Gouldsboro. Sor- 
rento, Sullivan, 
Winter Harbor. 

Gray, New 
Gloucester, 
Windham. 

Greene, Leeds, 
Turner. 

Guilford, Park- 
mau, Sanger- 
ville, Welling- 
ton. 

Hallowcll, Man- 
chester, Win- 
throp. 

Hammond PL, 
Houlton, Little- 
ton. 

Hampden, Her- 
mon. 

Hanover, Milton 
PL. Runiford. 

Hartland, Pal- 
myra, St. Al- 
bans. 

Highland PI., 
Kingfield, Lex- 
ington PL, Nev,' 
Po'iland. 

Jay, Wilton 

Kennebiuik, Ken- 
nebunkport. 

Lincoln PL, Mag- 
all o w a v PI., 
Newry, XTpton. 

Litchfield, Mon- 
mouth, Wales, 
West Gardiner. 

Long Island PL, 
North Haven, 
Swans Island, 
X'inalhaven. 

Mechanic Falls, 
Minot, Poland. 

Mercer, Norridge- 
wock, Smith- 
field, Starks. 

New Sweden, 
Stockholm, 
WestmSnland 
PL, Woodland. 

North Berwick, 
Wells. 

Norway, Oxford, 
Waterford. 

Oakland, Rome, 
■■^idnev. 

Old O'rchard, 
Scarboro. 

Paris, Woodstock 

PerhaiTi, Wade, 
Washburn. 

Presque Isle, 
Westfield. 

Rockland, Rock- 
port. 



Wm. C. Webster, Farmington. 
Richard Morgrage, Winterport. 

D. H. Mathieson, Liberty. 



Frank H. Bvrani, Yarmouth- 

ville. 
B. S. Dufour, St. Agatha. 



Elmer B. Eddy, West Goulds- 
boro. 



C. H. Pratt, Gray. 



R. W. Blaisdell, Turner Cen- 
ter. 
Walter J. Rideout, Guilford. 



W. F. Packard, Winthrop. 

T. P. Packard, Houlton. 

C. H. Grant, Hermon. 
L. E. Williams, Rumiord. 
H. B. Clifford, Hartland. 

Mrs. Josephine Vose. 

F. M. Nickerson, North Jay. 
M. T. Goodrich, Kennebunk. 

John Paton, Upton. 

Cyrus M. Kendrick, Litchfield. 



Edward A. Smalley, Vlnal- 
havcn. 



Mrs. Harriet M. SpiUer, Me- 
chanic Falls. 

Ed. A. Simoneau, Norridge- 
wock. 

Elfrida Neilander, Caribou, 
R. F. D. No. 4. 



C. A. Rush, North Berwick. 

W. H. Edminster, Norway. 

John S. Tapley, Oakland. 

F. H. B. Heald, South Port- 
land, R.6. 
A. B. Hayes, South Paris. 
George M. Carter, Washburn. 

Harry RoUins, Presque Isle. 

Harry C. Hull, Rockland. 



COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 25 

III. — County and Other Local Superixtendexts of Schools — Continued. 



County. 


County superintendent. 


County. 


County superintendent. 


MARYLAND. 


Edward F. Webb, Cumber- 
land. 

George Fox, Annapolis. 

Clarence G. Cooper, Towson. 

Howard T. Ruhl, Prince Fred- 
erick. 

E.M. Noble, Denton. 

M. S. H. Unger, "Westminster 

Hugh W. Caldwell, Elkton. 

F. Bernard Gwvnn. La Plata. 
J.B Noble, Cambridge. 

G. Lloyd Palmer, Frederick. 
F. E. Ralhbun, Oakland. 
C. Milton "Wright, Bel Air. 
"W. C. Phillips, EUicott City. 


Maryland— Con. 
Kent 


Louis C. Robinson, Chester- 


Anne Arundel 

Baltimore 


Montgomery 

Prince Georges 

Queen Annes 

St. Marys 


town. 
Edwin W. Broome, Rockville. 
Nicholas Orem, Upper Marl- 


Calvert 


boro. 


Caroline 


T. G. Bennett, CenterviUe. 
G. V\'. Jot, Leonardtown. 




Somerset 


Eugene W. Pniitt, Princess 


Ocil 


Talbot 


Anne. 


Charles 


Oscar M. Fogle. Easton. 
B. J. Grimes, Hagerstown. 
James M. Bennett, Salisbury. 


Dorchester 

Frederick 


"Washington 

, "Wicomico 


Garrett 


I Worcester 


Arthur C. Humphreys, Snow 
Hill. 


HarfoKl 




Howard... 









Towns in union. 



MASSACHUSETT.S. 

Acton, Carlisle, 
Littleton, West- 
ford. 

Acushnet, Fair- 
haven, Marion, 
Mattapoisett 

A'lford, Kgremont, 
.Ricjimcnd, West 
Stockbndge. 

Amherst, Pelham. 

A s h b u r n h a m, 
Winchendon. 

A sh b y, L u n en- 
b u r g. To w n- 
sond. 

A s h fl e 1 d, Cum- 
mington, Go- 
shen, Plainfield. 

Ashland, Hopkin- 
ton. 

Auburn, Sutton... 

Avon, Holbrook, 
Randolph. 

Aver, B oxbor- 
ough, Shirley. 

Barre, Hardwick, 
Petersham. 

Becket, Chester, 
Middlefield. 

Bedford, Lexing- 
ton. 

Belchertown, En- 
field. 

B e 1 1 i n g h a m, 
Hopedale, Men- 
don. 

Berkley, Dighton, 
Rehoboth. 

Berlin, Northboro, 
Southboro. 

Bernardston, Gill, 
Ley den. North- 
field, Warwick. 

Billerica, Burling- 
ton. 

Blackstone, Mill- 
ville, Seekonk. 

Blandford, Himt- 
iugton, Mont- 
gomery, Russell 

Bolton, D u n - 
stable. Harvard, 
Pepperell. 

Bourne, Mashpee, 
Sandwich. 

Boxford, Middle- 
ton, Wilming- 
ton. 



Union superintendent. 



Herman C. Knight, Littleton. 

Charles F. I'rior, Fairhaven. 

Marion Morse, West Stock- 
bridge. 

Jason O. Cook, .A^mherst. 
Guy W. Vail, Winchendon. 

John Bacon, Townsend. 
Millard C. Moore, Ashfleld. 

Warren B. Lyman, Hopkin- 

ton. 
Hermann G Patt, Auburn. 
Adolph C. Christiansen, Hoi 

brook. 
Frank C. Johnson, Ayer. 

Merle A Sturtevant, Barre. 

WiUiam E.Hebard, Chester. 

Harry H. Lowry, Lexington. 

Alvin R. Lewis, Belchertown. 

Carroil H. Drown, Hopedak. 



Walter K- Putney, North 

Dighton. 
Charles A. Harris, Northboro. 

Everett J. Best, Northfield. 



Eugene C. Vining, BiUerica. 
Leon E. Da\is, MiUville. 
Melvin J. West, Huntington. 



George B. Clarke, East Pepper- 
ell. 

Herbert L. Whitman, Bourne. 

Ralph H. Barr, North Wil- 
mington. 



Towns in union. 



MASSACHUSETTS— 

continued. 

Boylston. Shrews- 
bur y. West 
Boylston. 

Brewster, Dennis, 
YarmoTith 

Brimfleld, Mon- 
son. 

Brookficld, East 

Brook field. 
North Brook- 
field. 

Buckland, C o 1 - 
rain, Shelburne. 

Carver, Lakeville, 
Rochester. 

Charlemont, Haw- 
ley. Heath, 
Rowe. 

Charlton, Leices- 
ter. 

-Chatham, East- 
ham, Harwich, 
Orleans. 

Cheshire, Hancock 
Lanesboro, New, 
Ashford. 

Chesterfield, AVil- 
liamsburg. Wor- 
thing! on. 

Chilmark, Edgar- 
town, Gav Head 
Oak Blulis, Tis- 
bury, West Tis- 
bury. 

Clarksburg, Flor- 
ida, Monroe, Sa- 
voy. 

Cohasset, Hing- 
ham. 

Conway, Deerfield; 
Su nderland, 
Whately. 

Dana, Greenwich, 
Nev/ Salem, 
Prescott. 

Douglas, Ux- 
bridge. 

Dover, Sudbury, 
AVayland. 

Draciit, Tewks- 
bury, Tyngs- 
boro. 

Dudley. Webster. 

Duxbury, Marsh- 
field, Scituate. 

Easthampt on, 
Southhampton, 
Westhamplou. 



Union superintendent. 



Chester R. Stacy, Shrewsbury 

Alberto W. Small, Yarmouth. 

Joseph R. Burgess, Monson. 

Edward C. Hempel, North 
Brookficld. 



Frank P. Davison, Shelburne 

Falls. 
W. J. B. MacDougaU, South 

Middleboro. 
Orion A. Morton, Charlemont. 



Theodore AV. King, Leicester. 
Loring G. Williams, Harwich. 

Everett G. Loring, Lanesboro. 
Lucius A. Merritt, Chesterfield. 



Robert W. Martin, Vineyard 
Haven. 



D. F. Carpenter, 32 Meadow 
Street, North Adams. 

Orvis K. Collins, Hingham. 

Andrew S. Thomson, South 
Deerfleld. 

Arthur W. Smith, North Dana. 



Clarence L. Judkins, Uxbridge. 

Frank H. Benedict, Cochituate. 

Charles L. Randall, 97 Eight- 
eenth Street, Lowell. 

William F. Sims, Webster. 
Federick E. Bragdon, North 

Scituate. 
William D. Miller, Easthamp- 

ton. 



26 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

III. — County and Other Local Superintenbents op Schools — Continued. 



Towns in union. 



MA98.\CHUSETTS — 

cxjntimied. 

East Longmoad- 
ow, Hampden, 
I-ongmeadow, 
M'ilbraliam. 

Erving, Leverett, 
Shiitesbiiry, 
Wendell. 

Essex, Hamilton, 
Lynnfield. Tops- 
field. Wenham. 

Fovboro. Norton, 
PlainviUe. 

Franklin, Wren- 
tham. 

Freetown, Gos- 
nold, \S'estport. 

Georgetown , 
Groveland, 
Rowley. 

Grafton, Upton... 

Granbv, South 
Hadloy. 

Granville, Sandis- 
field. Southwick,! 
ToUand. i 

Hadley, Hatfield. 



Union superintendent. 



Halifax.Kingston, 
Pembroke, 
Plympt.on. 

Hanover, Hanson, 
Norwell. 

Hinsdale, Pom, 
Washington, 
Windsor. 

Holden, Oakham, 
Paxton, Rut- 
land. 



Frederic A. Wheeler, East 
Longmeadow. 



Mrs. Cora A. Steams, Millers 
FaUs. 

Arthur B. Lord, Weaham. 



Ira A. Jenkins, Foxboro. 
Arthur W. Hale, Franklin 
Edward L. Hill, Assonet. 
Geo. E . Caswell, Georgetown. 



Albert S. Cole, Grafton. 
Frederick E. Whittemore, 

South Hadley FaUs. 
Wra. H. Sanderson, Granville. 



Clinton T. Richards, North- 
ampton. 
Mrs. Julia Morton, Brj'antville. 



Towns in union. 



Union superintendent. 



Stephen G. Bean, West Han- 
over. 
David J- Malcom, Hinsdale 



James R. Childs, Holden. 



MASSACHUSETTS — 

continued. 

Holland. Wales, 
Wan- en. 

HoUiston, Mod- 
way, Slierborn. 

H u b b a r d s t o n , 
i^ h i 1 1 i p s 1 n , 
Royalston, 
Templeton. 

Lee, Monterey, 
Otis, Tyring- 
ham. 

Mavnard, Stow ... 

Medfleld, Millis, 
Norfolk, West- 
wood. 

Merrimac, New- 
bury, Salisbury, 
West Newbury. 

Millbury, Oxford.. 

Mount Washing- 
ton, New Marl- 
boro, Shefiield. 

New Braintree, 
Sturbridge, 
West Brook- 
field. 

North Reading, 
Reading. 

Princeton, Ster- 
ling, Westmin- 
ster. 

Provincetown, 
Tniro, WeUfleet. 

Raynham, West 
Bridgewater. 

Somerset, 
Swansea. 



S}dvan B. Genthner, Warren. 
Charles M. Pennell, HoUistoa 
Asa M. Jones, Baldwinsville. 

Charles E. Vamey, Lee. 



W. H. Millington, Mayoard. 
Albert S. Ames, Medfield. 



Herman N. Knox, Newbnry- 
port. 

Chauncey C. Ferguson, Mill- 
bury. 
Luman R. Bowdish, Sheffield. 



Charles C. Richardson, West 
Brook field. 



Adelbert L. Safford, Reading. 

Mrs. Marion Stanton, Prince- 
ton. 

Jerome P. Fog\veU, Province- 
town. 

Thomas E. Gay, West Bridge- 
water. 

Horace F. Bates, Somerset. 



County. 


County commissioner. 


County. 


County commissioner. 


MICHIGAN. 

Alcona 


George R. Emerick, Harris- 

ville. 
Earle H. Sortore, Munising. i 
Mrs. C. L. Goodrich, Allegan. 
O.scar J. Carr, Alpena. 
Kate A. Wilson, Bellaire. 
Lena Herman, Standish. 
Elna E. Nelson, Baraga. 
Gertrude R. Miller, Hastings. 
J. B. Laing, Bay City. 
Jay S. Pettitt, Benzonia. 
Mrs. E. H. Cole, St. Joseph 
L. L. Livermore, Coldwater. 
D.A.Davis, Marshall. 
EdinundSchoetzow, Marcellus. 
Archie Belding, Charlevoix. 
Arthur L. Martin, Chebovgan. 
T. B. Aldrich, Saidt Ste. Marie. 
George E. Bersctte, Harrison. 
Mattle Smith, St. Johns. 
John W. Payne, Frederic. 
C. U. Woolpert, Escanaba. 
F. C. Sweeney, Iron Mountain. 
Cynthia A. Green, Charlotte. 
Anson H. Washburn, Petos- 

key. 
John L. Rieple, Flint. 
Mrs. Susie F. Booth, Gladwin. 
John C. 'VVatsctti, Ironwood. 
Lee Homsby, Traverse City. 
H. A. Potto-, Ithaca. 
Robert C. Young, Hillsdale 
J. Bettens, Houghton. 
W. H. SparUng, Bad Axe. 


MICHIGAN— contd. 

Ingham 

Ionia 

Iosco 

Iron 


Mrs. Daisy Call Bartley, 


Alger..... 


Mason. 
J. Calvin Linebaugh, Ionia. 


Allegan 


Ina M. Bradley, Tawas City. 


Alpena 

Antrim 


John F. Mason, Crystal Falls. 


Isabella 


M. J. Crawford, Mount Pleas- 


Arenac 

Baraga 


Jackson 


ant. 
W. W. McLain, Jackson. 


Barry 


Kalamazoo 

Kalkaska 


Mary Ensfield, Kalamazoo. 


Bav 


Irene Louise Gettv, Kalka-ska. 


Benzie 


Kent 


A.M. Freeland, Grand Rapids. 


Berrien 


Keweenaw 

Lake 


H. S. AVinter, Mohawk. 


Branch 


Mrs. Edwin G. Johnson, 


Calhoun 

Cass 


Lapeer 


Luther. 
C. II. Naylor, Lapeer. 


Charlevoix 

Chebovgan 


Leelanau 

Lenawee 


H. R. DumbrQle, Glen Arbor. 
G. J. Tripp, Adrian. 


Chippewa 

Clare 


Livingston 

Luce 


E. Akna Sharpe, HoweD. 
Mrs. Ami I. Auten, Newberry. 
James E. Quinlan, St. Ignace. 


Clinton 


Mackinac 


Cravyford 


Macomb 


Will L. Lee, Mount Clemens. 


Delta 


Manistee 


Elbert G erred, Manistee. 


Dickinson 

Eaton 


Marc^uette 

Mason 


S. R. Anderson, Marquette. 
Geo. D. Griswold, Scottville, 


Emmet 


Mecosta 


LeRoy Bell, Big Rapids. 
James A. Muma, Menominee. 
Byron G. Scollay, Midland. 
Lydia Ripatte, Lake City. 


Genessee 


Meuoniinee 

Midland 


Gladwin 


Missaukee 


Gogebic 


Monroe 


John Q. Schafer, Monroe, 


Grand Traverse... 


Montcalm 


Eugene Straight, Stanton. 


Gratiot 


Montmorency 

MuskciTon 


Da\dd W Farrier. Hillman. 


Hillsdale 


Mrs. NeUie B. Chisholm, 

Muskegon. 
Carrie L. Carter, Fremont. 


Houghton 


Newaygo 


Huron 



COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 



27 



III. — County and Other Local Superintendents of Schools — Continued. 



County. 


Connty c^aamissioner. 


County. 


County commissioner. 


MICEtGAN— COntd. 


A. L. Craft, Pontiac. 
Angeline Landon, Hart. 
Josepliine Woods, West 

Branch. 
A. C. Adair, Rockland. 
Otto J. Heber, Reed City. 
Georgia I>. Fowler, Fairvdew. 
.'^im J. Lewis, Johannesburg. 


MICHIGAN— contd. 
Saginav\f 


OttiUd M.Frisch,Saginaw,W.S. 
E. T. Blackney, Port Huron 




St. Clair 


Ogemaw 


St. Joseph 

Sanilac 


Lewis Jliller, Centerville. 




W. J. Musselman, Sandusky. 
W. T. S. CorneU, Manistique. 
H. E. Slocara, Corunna. 


Ontonagon 

Osceola 


Schoolcraft 

Shiawassee 

Tuscola 




B. H. McComb, Caro. 


Ot^^e^'O 


Van BL'.ren 

Washtenaw 

Wa\Tie 


E. V. Root, Paw Paw 


Ottawa 


Nelson R. Stanton, Holland. 
Martha A. Caldwell, Onaway. 
W. M. Coon, Roscommon. 


Evan Essery, .Ann Arbor. 
E. W. Yost Detroit 


Presque Isle 

Ro^rmriTnon 


Wexford 


Roy Noteware, Cadillac. 






County. 


County superintendent. 


County. 


County superintendent. 


AHNNESOTA. 

Aitkin 


Edith Perry, Aitkin. 

Edith L. Patch, Anoka. 

Anna G. Rogslad, Detroit. 

Evelyn Hall, Bemidji. 

H. Bettendorf, Foley. 

Martha Rothwell, OrtonvUle. 

W. H. Detamore, Maiikato. 

Robt. B. Kennedy, New Ulm. 

Nora A. Nilsen, Moose Lake. 

EsteUa L. Elke, Watertown. 

E. M. Granger, Walker. 

OUne RoUghed, Montevideo. 

E. J. Cederhoha, Liudstrom. 

S. O. Tang, Moorhead. 

Mrs. Mae Barragy Barsness, 
Bagley. 

Win. J. CUneh, Grand Marais. 

EUza T. Savage, 'Windom. 

Irma C. Hartley, Brainerd. 

Josephine Raetz. iiasiings. 

n. A. Way, MantorviUe. 

Eva E. Wold, Alexandria. 

Eva Jones, Blue Earth. 

Irene V.'arren. Preston. 

Harold Dahlen, Mbert Lea. 

MoUie Remsliardt, Red Wing. 

Blanche L. Brennin, Elbow 
Lake. 

Mrs. May H. Dills, Minne- 
apolis. 

Mary Oleson, Caledonia. 

R. J. OUnger, Park Rapids. 

L. A. Judin, Cambridge. 

Jessie E. Hutchins, Grand 
Rapids. 

Ben T. Kleoberg, Jackson. 

Emma S. Clark, Mora. 

O. 0. Ulvin, Willmar. 

Hans Hanson, HaUock. 

G. A. Olson, International 
FaUs. 

Mary LiUeskov, Madison. 

Mrs. Alice W. Lawrence, Two 
Ha-bors. 

J. A. ileagher, Lesueur Center. 

Eva C. Lane, Ivanlioe. 

Mrs. Adelaide Whiting An- 
derson, Jfarsliall. 

Louise G. Karstens, Glencoa. 

James Sweeney, Mahnomen. 

Nels Engen, Warren. 

Mabel N. HaU, Fairmont. 

Martha Minor, Litchfield. 

Olaf Wasenius, Alilaca. 

Crawford Sheldon, Little Falls. 

EUzabeth B. Hortsman, 
Austin. 

A. B. Wise, Slay ton. 

Albert J. Holmstead, St. Peter. 

John P. Hofiman, Worthing- 
ton. 

E. K. Sampson, Ada. 

Wm. L. Mercer, Rochester. 

Antoinette Henderson, Fergus 
Falls. 

O. R. Sande, Thief River Falls. 

Jens P. Miller, Pine City. 


MINNESOTA— con. 

Pipestone 


J. R. Campbell, Pipestone. 
Ingebmg Espeseth, Crookston. 
Mrs. Julia Soi\erud Glen- 




Polk 


Becker 


Pope 


Beltrami 


Ramsey 


wood. 


"Benton 


Geo. H. Reif, St. Paul. 




Red Lake 


Erba E. Pouliot. Red Lake 


BlucEartli 


Redwood 


Falls. 
FernKennedv, Redwood Falls. 


Carlton 


Renville 

Rice 


J. S. Burrell, Olivia. 




J. H. Lewis, Faribault. 


Cass 


Rock 


Edia A. He<\dlev Luverne 


Cliionewa 


Roseau 


Eddv E. Billbere. Roseau 


Chisago 

Clay 


St. Louis 

Scott 


C. H. Barnes, Duluth. 
H. J. Fitzpatrick, Shakopee. 
John Freed, Becker. 
Martha Beatty, Gaylord. 
W. A. Boerger, St. Cloud. 


Clearwater 


Sherbiu-ne 

Sibley 


Cook 


Steams 


Cottonwood 


Steele 


Helen M. Christison, Owaton- 


Crow Wing 


Stevens 


na. 
Nellie N. Gould, Morris. 


I)od^e 


Swift 


Blanch Mil), Benson. 


Doi-iglas 


Todd 


O. B. i)e Laurier, Long 
Prairie. 


Faiibanlt 


Traverse 


Fillmore 


Bessie Caswell, W^heaton. " 


Freeborn . .. 


Wabasha 


George H. Booth, Lake City. 
Gertrude Neal, Wadena. 


fiofvlhiip. 


Waciena 


Graut. . . . 


Waseca 


H. C. Van Loh, Waseca. 


Hennepin 


Washington 

Watonwan 

Wilkin 


E. E. Bloomquist, Stillwater. 
Mabel Madson, St. James. 




M. Marie Staples, Brecken- 
ridge. 


Houston 


Winona 


Hubbard 


L. V. Wilber, Winona. 




Wright 


Mrs. M. M. Ferrell, Manle Lake. 


Itasca. 


Yellow Medicine. . 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Adams 


Louise Lokken, Granite Falls. 


Jackson 




Kanabec 




Kandiyohi.. .. 


V. Josephine Fitts, Natchez. 
W. F. Seago, Coruith. 


Kittson 


Alcorn 


Koochiching 


' Amite 

Attala 


J. N. Steele, Liberty. 

F. R. McKinnon. Kosciuska 


Lac qui Parle 

Lake 


Benton 


W. T. Renlck, Ashland. 


Boli\-ar 


A. K. Eckles, Cleveland. 




Calhoun 


W. W. Hannaford, Pittsboro. 


I/esueur 


CarroU 


D. D. FuUilove. Vaiden. 


Lincoln 


Cliickasaw 

Cho'taw 

Claiborne 

Clarke 

Clav 


Geo. D. Rilev, Houston. 


Lyon . . 


C.J. Murphv, Ackerman. 
C. A. McAmls, Violet. 
J. R. Brock, Quitman. 


McLeod 


Malinomen 


E. H. Walker, West Point. 


Marshall 


Coahoma 


P. F. Williams, Friars Point. 


Martin 


Copiah 

Covington 

De Soto 


J. Q. Martin, Hazlehurst. 


Meeker 


Alex. Newton, Collins. 


Millelacs 


R. E. L. Morgan, Hernando. 


Morrison 


Forrest 


J. C. Gay, Hattiesbiu-g. 


Mower 


Franklin . , 


B. H. Lewis. Meadville. 




G eorge 


W. H. Stinson, Lucedale. 


Murrav 


Greene 


E. L. Turner, Richton, R. 4. 




G renada . 


M. McKibben, Grenada. 


Nobles 


Hancock 


T. E. Kellar, Bay St. Louis. 




Harrison 


R. V. Temming, Gulfport. 


Nonuan 


Hinds 


F. M. Coleman, Jackson. 


Olm^tpAfl 


Holmes . ... 


G. H. Love, Lexington. 
T. D. Rice, Belzom. 


Ottertail 


Humphreys 

Issaquena 




Geo. Robinson, Maversvillo. 


Pennington. 

Pine 


Itawamba. 

Jackson 


H. L. Gillespie, Fulton. 
A. L. Fliirry, Pascagoula. 



.28 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

III.^CovNTY AMD Other Local Superintendents of Schools — Continued. 



County. 



MISSISSIPPI— con. 

.Tamper 

Jefferson 

Jefferson Davis... 

Jones 

Keraper 

Lafayette 

Lamar 

Lauderdale 

Jjawrence 

Leake 

Lee 

Lellore 

Lincoln 

Lowndes 

Madison 

Marion 

MarshaU 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Ne-^hoba 

Newton 

Noxubee 

Oktibbeha 

Panola 

Pearl River 

Pcrrv 

Pike" 

Pontotoc 

Prentiss 

Quitman 

Rankin 

Scott 

Sharkey 

Simpson 

Smith 

Stone 

Sunflower 

Tallahatchie 

Tate 

Tippah 

Tishomingo 

Tunica 

T'nion 

Walthall 

AV arret! 

Washington 

Wayne 

Webster 

Wilkinson 

Winston 

Yalobusha 

Yazoo 



Coimty superintendent. 



MISSOURI. 



Adair 

Andrew.. 
Atchison. 
Audram.. 

Barry 

Barton... 

Bates 

Benton... 
Bollinger. 
Boone 



Buchanan 

Butler 

CaldweU 

Callaway 

Camden 

Cape Girardeau... 

CaiToU 

Carter 

Cass 

C.edar 

Chariton 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 



J. Q. Ritchie, Bay Springs. 
M. C. Harper, Fayette. 
O. L. Martin, Prentiss. 
C. W. Jenlcins, Laurel. 
W. W. Sheppard, Dekalb 
H. T. Smith, Oxford. 
L. T. Williamson, Purvis. 
J. \. RiddcU, Meridian. 
W. L. AfcGahey, Monticello. 
C. K. Waggoner, Carthage. 
R. A. Gregory, Tupelo. 
L. S. Rogers,"Greenwood. 
L. P. >ray, Brookhaven. 
E. A.. Stanley, Columbus. 
R. E. Hinton, Canton. 
n. F. Patterson, Columbia. 
C. n. Curd, HoUy Springs. 
H. G. Howell, .\berdeen. 
L. E. Townsend, Winona. 
R. C. Peebles, Philadelphia. 

E. H. Reynolds, Decatur. 
J. G. Chandler, Macon. 

C. E. Scroggins, Starkville. 
J. E. Johnson, Batesville. 
C. E. Bass, Poplarville. 
L. D. Young, New Augusta. 
S. W. Simmons, Magnolia. 
W. G. Henry, Pontotoc. 
J. W. Taylor, Booneville. 

F. M. Bizzell, Marks. 

H. B. Barksdale, Brandon. 

O. D. Loper. Forest. 

J.N. Hall, Rolling Fork. 

T. A. WUliamson, Mendenhall. 

Allen Caughman, Raleigh. 

Buren Broadus, Wiggins. 

W. P. Sanders, Indianola. 

J. W. MeCuUoch, Greenvdlle. 

Ira G. Allen, Senatobia. 

J. E. Pearce, Ripley. 

J. O. Epps, luka. 

W. G. Jaquess, Tunica. 

E. Blizzard, New Albany. 

J. J. Lee, Tylertown. 

J. H. Culkin, Vicksburg. 

B. L. Hatch, Greenville. 

J. M. Wilkius, Waynesboro. 
Z. V. Sugg, Walthall. 
John C. Day, Woodville. 
E. C. Lovofn, Louisville. 

C. A. Lawshe, Water Valley. 
Tom C. White, Yazoo City. 



P. J. Fowler, Kirksville. 
D. D. Hooper, Sayannah. 
Sallie V. Grobe, Rock Port. 
Ed. C. Offutt, Mexico. 
W. E. Hankins, Cassville. 
L. E. Brous, Lamar. 
A. C. Moreland, Butler. 
Chas. G. Harvey, Warsaw. 
W. M. Welker, Marble Hill. 
Charles E. Northcutt, Colum- 
bia. 
Fred Roach, St. Joseph. 
S. O. HoUoway, Poplar Bluff. 

D. N. McClintock, Kingston. 
J. C. Humphreys, Fulton. 
M. E. Johnson, Linn Creek. 
J. T. McDonald, Jackson. 
Arch M. Earp, CarroUton. 
H. D. Condray, ElLsinore. 

C. A. Burke, Harrison %-ille. 
W. H. Riley, Stockton. 
C. C. Carlstcad, KeytesviUe. 
J. Tom Mapes, Ozark. 
Alberta Callison, Kahoka. 

E. L. Black, Liberty. 




MISSOURI— con. 

Clinton 

Cole 

Cooper 

Crawford 

Dade 

Dallas 

Daviess 

DeKalb 



Dent 

Douglas 

Dunklin ... 
Franklin... 
Gasconade. 

Gentry 

Greene 

Grundy 

Harrison. .. 

Henry 

Hickory 

Holt.."..... 

Howard 

Howell 



County superintendent. 



Iron 

Jackson . 



Jasper 

Jefferson 

Johnson 

Knox 

Laclede 

Lafayet te . . . 
Lawrence . . . 

Lewis 

Lincoln 

Linn 

Livingston.. 
McDonald. . 

Macon 

Madison. . .. 

Maries 

Marion 

Mercer 

Miller 

Mississippi . . 



Moniteau. . .. 

' Monroe 

I Montgomery. 
I Morgan ....'.. 
I New Madrid. 

Newton 

Nodaway 



Oregon... 

O.sage 

Ozark 

Pemiscot. 

Perry 

Peltis.... 
Phelps... 
Pike 



Platte. 



Polk 

Pulaski. . . 
Putnam... 

RaUs 

Randolph. 



Ray 

Reynolds 

Ripley 

St. Charles 

St. Clair 

St. Francois — 
Ste. Geneyieve. 
St. Louis 



Mrs. Anna L. Sims. Plattsburg 
A. H. Sieve, .Jefferson City. 
W. B. Downing, Boonvilfe. 
Wm. M. Chapman, Steelville. 
R. L. Myers, Greenfield. 
Bciij- F."Rea, Buffalo. 
Hallie Burton, Gallatin. 
Mrs. Lou P. McAdams, Mays- 

villp. 
Robert W. Crow, Salem. 
T. J. Moorhou.se, Ava. 
E. D. McAnally. Kennett. 

A. F. Borberg, Union. 
Fred C. Wiitrock. Hermann. 
Eaile C. Duncan, Albany. 

C. W. McCroskey, Springfield. 
Elizabeth Biainerd, Trenton. 
E. Newton Carter, Bethany. 
Kathryn Spaugler, Clinton. 

B. B. ihrig, Wheatland. 
Norty Lilly, Oregon. 
Luman L.'Sjiry, Fayette. 
Mrs. Carrie A." Preston, West 

Plains. 

G. W. Hanson, Ironton. 

L. F. Blackbur-n, Independ- 
ence. 

Walter Collcv. Carthage. 

R. B. Wilson, Hillsboro. 

Ernest S. Wood, Warrensbtirg. 

Mrs. Anna L. Swartz, Edina. 

G. C. Jones. Lebanon. 

Elmer H. Wliite, Lexington. 

Harry Moore, Mount Vernon. 

W. B. Anderson, Monticello. 

Zula Thurman, Troy. 

J. F. Horteu.stine, Brookfield. 

J. J. Jordan, Chillicothe. 

Benj. A. Cartwright, Pineville. 

O. L. Cross, Macon. 

W. S. Cooper, Fredericktown. 

George B. John, Vienna. 

E. C. Bohon, Palm\Ta. 

Mrs. Allie Wilson, Princeton. 

H. M. Atwell, Tuscumbia. 

Mrs. Clara E. Graham, Charles- 
ton. 

Charles R. :Milburn, California. 

Nelle Flanders, Paris. 

W. F.Hupe, Montgomery City. 

M. Wray Wiltcn, Versailles. 

P. J. Stearns, New Madrid. 

W. E. Veerkamp. Neosho. 

Leslie G. riummersviUe, Mary- 
yille. 

James O. Dotson, Alton. 

MvTa O. Reed, Linn. 

J.B. Huffman, Gaine.sville. 

Chas. G. Ross, Caruther.sville. 

Vera M. Abbott, Perryyille. 

T. R. Luckett, Sedalia. 

Logan Stecn, RcUa. 

O. A. Wilson, Bowling Green. 

Gertrude A. Fulcher, Platte 

City. 
Mrs. Mabel Douglas, Bolivar. 
J. C. Underwood. Crocker. 
H. U. G . Turomire, Unionville. 
L. C. Northcutt, New London. 
William Robertson, Hunts- 

ville. 
W. T. McGaugh, Richmond. 
J. G. Hartman, Center ville. 
C.N. Pennington, Doniphan. 
Benj. H. JoUy, St. Charles. 
David W. Denney, Osceola. 
J.ClydeAkers, Farmington. 
Vivian Gaty, Ste. Geneviev*. 
R. G. RusseU, Clayton. 



COUXTY SCHOOL SUPEEIXTENDEXTS. 29 

III— Cou>rTY AXD Other Local Superintexdexts of Schools— Continued. 



Countv. 



MISSOURI— con . 

Saline 

Schuyler , 



Scotland . . . 

Scott 

Shannon . . . 
Shelby 



Stoddard.... 

Stone 

SiiUivan. . .. 

Tanev 

Texas 

Vernon 

Warren 

Washington. 

Wayne 

Webster. . .. 

Worth 

Wright 



MONTANA. 



Beaverhead . 
Big Horn. .. 
B aine 



Broadwater 

Carbon 

Carter 

Cascade 

Chouteau 

Custer 

Daniels 

Dawson 

Deer Lodge 

Fallon 

Fergus 

Flathead 

GaUatin 

Garfield 

Glacier , 

Golden Valley. . 
Granite , 



HiU 

Jefferson . 



Judith Basin 

Lewis and Clark. 

Liberty 

Lincoln 

McCone 

Madison 

ileasher 



Mineral 

Missoula 

Musselshell 

Park 

PhiUips 

Pondera 

Powder River. 

PoweD 

Prairie 

RavaUi 

Richland 

Roosevelt 

Rosebud 

Sanders 



Sheridan 

Silver Bow.. 
Stillwater.. . 
Sweet Grass. 

Teton 

Toole 

Treasure 



County superintendent. 



W. C. Fisher, Marshall. 

Mrs. Lillie Hollowell, Lancas- 
ter. 

Mrs. Aria Williams, Memphis. 

M. E. Montgomery, Benton. 

Walter AVebb, Birch Tree. 

ilrs. MjTtle Threlkeld, Shelby- 
ville. 

Mrs. C. E. Smith, Bloomfield. 

L. V. ThrelfaU, Galena. 

Blanche Summers. Milan. 

J. W. Bennett, Forsyth. 

James K. ConnoOy, Houston. 

Lizzie L. White, Nevada. 

F. W. Kehr, Marthasville. 

BurweU Fox, Potosi. 

C. E. Burton. Piedmont. 

Herschel F. Case, Marshfield. 

Edna Craven, Grant City. 

Rav Wood, Hartville. 



Elizabeth Sutherland, DiUon. 

Fay Aldei-son, Dillon. 

Elizabeth Crookshanks, Chi- 
nook. 

.Mrs. Daisy D. ililes, Townsend 

Florence Mcintosh, Red Lodge. 

Henry G. Albert, Ekalaka. 

Jane ICeeney, Great Falls. 

Mrs. A. H. kelly,Fort Benton. 

OUve H. Lovett, Miles City. 

Mabel V. Thayer, Scobey. 

Camilla Osborne, GlendiVe. 

Alice Roney, Anaconda. 

Mildred Lamb, Baker. 

Amanda O. Swift, Lewistown. 

Marv Eckstein, Kalispell. 

Lucile Quaw, Bozemau. 

Lois H. Quinn, Jordan. 

Mrs. Mary Reagan, Cut Bank. 

Corlie F. Dimster. Ryegate. 

Mrs. Lottie T. Irvine, Phillips- 
burg. 

Elizabeth Ireland, Havre. 

Mrs. Lilah H. McCuUough, 
Boulder. 

Mrs. Emily Myers, Stanford. 

Jessie Morgan, Helena. 

Josephine Leahy, Chester. 

Mrs. Carrie M. Spence, Libby. 

Mrs. Mabelle Cobb. Circle. 

Ethel L. Hutton, Virginia City. 

Mrs. Edith Thomas, AATiite 
Sulphur Springs. 

Mrs. Julia O. Goff, Superior. 

Minnie Spurgin, Missoula. 

Mrs. Laura Carter, Roundup. 

Elsie Mcrcier, Livingston. 

Mrs. Isabella Burley, Malta. 

Lucretia Goff, Conrad. 

Florence Fitzpatrick, Broadus. 

Florence Hill, Deer Lodge. 

Irene Gard, Terry. 

Bethel Irwin, Hamilton. 

Mrs. Emogene Lectra, Sidney. 

Mrs. Nina'McFarlan, Poplar" 

Mrs. Sallie M. Adams, Forsyth. 

Mrs. Ethel Toulmin, Thomp- 
son Falls. 

William Moe, Plenty wood. 

Mrs. Nellie Small, "Butte. 
Jennie Moore, Columbus. 
Inga Solberg, Big Timber. 
Mrs. Edythc Saylor, Chouteau. 
Josephine Moberlv, Shelby. 
Mrs. Gladiiio L. Crawford, 
Hvsham. 



County. 



County superintendent. 



MONTANA— con. 



Valley 

Whe'atland.. 

Wibaux 

Yellowstone. 



Mrs. Olivia Patton, Glasgow. 
Bertha Lunceford, Harlowton. 
Mrs. Maude B. Wills, Wibaux. 
Frances Miller, BiUings. 



NEBRASKA. 



Adams. 



Mrs. Harry E. Schultz, Has- 
. ^ , tings. 

Antelope I Urs. Ida McChntock, Neligh. 

Arthur Mrs. D. G. WiUiams, Arthur. 

Banner | J. H. Macauley, Harrisburg. 

Blaine I A. L. Shambli"n, Brewster. 

Boone Bertha M. Sheckler, Albion. 

Box Butte Opal Russell, AlUance. 

Boyd Nellie Mao Edwards, Butte. 



Brown 
Buffalo 
Burt... 
Butler. 

Cass 

Cedar.. 
Chase . . 



Cherry 

Cheyemie . 

Clay 

Coli'ax 

Cuming... 

Custer 

Dakota 

Dawes 



Dawson. . 

Deuel 

Dixon 

Dodge 

Douglas. . 
Dundy. . . 
Fillmore . 

Frankhn. 
Frontier.. 
Furnas... 

Gage 

Garden... 



Garfield... 

Gosper 

Grant 

Greeley. . . 



HaU. 



Hamilton . 

Harlan 

Hayes 



Hitchcock. 

Holt 

Hooker 

Howard... 
Jefferson. .. 
Johnson 



Kearney . . . 

Keith.." 

Keyapaha. . 

Kimball 

Knox 

Lancaster . . 

Lincoln 

Logan.- 

Loup 

McPherson. 

Madison 

Merrick 



Mrs. Lenna Morris, Aiusworth- 

Kathrvn Laughlin, Kearney. 

W. T.'Poucher, Tekamah. 

Oma L. Cady, David City. 

Alpha Peterson, Plattsmouth. 

Emma Schwerin, Hartington. 

Mrs. Mae S. O'Connor, Impe- 
rial. 

Edith Adamson, Valentine. 

Anna McFaddcn, Sidney. 

FamiieR.Haylett, Clay Center.. 

F. J. Vogltance, Schuyler. 

Emma R. Miller, West Point- 

T. C. Grimes, Broken Bow. 

Wilfred E. Voss, Dakota. 

Mrs. Stella M. English, Chad- 
ron. 

W. C. Bloom, Le.vington. 

Retta F. Brown, Chappell. 

W. F. Richardson, Ponca. 

J. E. Marsh, Fremont. 

Mabel Johnson, Omaha. 

Una Richards, Benkehnan. 

ilargaret Haughawout, Ge- 
neva. 

Pearl O'Neal, Fi-anklin. 

Goldie P. Starke, StockviUe. 

Ruth Prime, Beaver City. 

Bertha Foster, Beatrice. 

Mrs. Blanche W. Riddile, Osh- 
kosh. 

J. L. Jenkins, Burwell. 

F. W. Montgomerj', Elwood. 

Theo. A. Frye, Hyannis. 

Mrs. Barbara A. O'Malley^ 
Greeley. 

Mrs. ELla M. Kern, Grand 
Island. 

Arthur S. Nelson, Aurora. 

Frances E. White, Alma. 

Edgiththa Grant, Hayes Cen- 
ter. 

Evelyn Besack, Trenton. 

Anna Donohoe, O'Neill. 

J. H. Garrett, Mullen. 

W. G. Baker, St. Paul. 

Eva B. Shuman, Fairbury. 

Magdelene C. Radke, Tecum- 
seh. 

Minnie Norlin, Minden. 

Katherine Feather, Ogalalla. 

Blanche Snyder, Springview. 

Rachel McE'lroj', ICimball. 

A. S. Stiuson, Center. 

Maud Bern;-, Lincoln. 

Aileen Cochran, North Platte. 

A. C. Loshbaugh, Gandy. 

Marcia Smith, Taylor. 

O. A. Johnson, Tryon. 

N. A. Housel, Madison. 

Margaret McCutchen, Central 
City. 



26714°— 23- 



30 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1022-1923. 

III. — County and Othbk Local Superintendents op Schools — Continued. 



County. 


County superintendent. 


County. 


County superintendent. 


NEBRASKA— COntd. 

Morrill 


E. F. Kelley, Bridgeport. 
Cliloe Baldridgo, FuUorton. 
Boss K. Anderson, Auburn. 
Mildred M. (Joodricli, Nelson. 
Chas. Speedie, Nebraska City. 
Bortha Kuhlniau, Pawnije 1 

City. 
Mrs. "Margaret Bailar, Grant. 
Alice A. Swanson, Holdredge. 
Marjorio Parniinter, Pierce. 
Freds. Leeron, Columbus. 
Amelia Uasmusscn. Osceola. 
Geo. D. Curry, McCook. 
L. P. Grundv, Falls City. 
Evlvn W. Towle, Babsett. 
L. /. Bouchal, Wilber. 
Bertha Bishop, Papillion. 


NEBR.\sK.A.— contd. 

Saunders. 


E. A. Odman Wahoo 


Nanco 

Neniaha 

NuokoUs 


S"otts BlulT 

Seward 

Sheridan 


Ada Haldoman, Goring. 
J. C. Greenwood, Soward. 
Pearle E. Summers RnshvUla. 


Otoo 


Sherman 


L. H. Currier, Loup City. 
Mrs. Vinnie N. Meyer, Har- 
rison. 
S. E. Eddv, Stanton. 
II. E. Barboe, Hebron. 


Pawneo 

Perkms 

Phelps 


Sioux 

Stanton 

Thavor 


Pierce 


Thoinas 


Mrs. Rosa Salleng, Thedford. 


Platte 


Thurston 


EUen M. Brown, Ponder. 


Polk 


Valley 


Lolia Moorm.au, <Jrd. 


Red WiUow 

Richardson 


Washinston 

Wayne 


Mabol Marsh, Blair. 
Pearl Sewell, Wavne. 


Rock 

Saline 


Webster 

Wheeler 


Estelle Duclcer, Red Cloud. 
Edith Bowler, Bartlett. 


Sarpy 


York 


T. C. Lord, York. 







Counties in 
district. 



NLVADA. 

Uistrict No. 1: 
Elko 

District No. 2: 
Eureka, Lander, 
White Pine. 
District No. 3: 
Churchill, Hum- 
boldt, Persh- 
ing. 



District superintendent. 



E. E. Franklin, Elko. 
Geo. A. Whitelejr, Ely. 

T. W. Chapman, Lovelock. 



Counties in 

district. 



NEVADA— contd. 

District No. 4: 
Douglas, Lyon, 
Mineral, Orms- 
by. Storey, 
Washoe. 
District No. 5: 
Clark, Esmeral- 
da, Lincoln, 
Nye. 



District superintendent. 



M. J. Burr, Carson City. 



Maude Frazier, Las Vegas. 



Towns in union. 



Union superintendent. 



NEW HAMPSmRE. 

Acworth, Charles- 
town, Langdon, 
Lempster, Mar- 
low. 

Albany, Madison, 
Sandwich, Tam- 
worth. 

Alexandria, 
Bridgewater, 
Bristol, Groton, 
Hebron. 

AUenstown, Bow, 
Epsom, Hook- 
sett, Pembroke. 

ALstead, Chester- 
fi'ld. Waljjole, 
■Westmoreland. 

Alton, Farming- 
ton Special, New 
Durham, Tuf- 
tonboro, Wolfe- 
boro. 

Amherst, Brook- 
line, Milford, 
Mont Vernon. 

Andover, Dan- 
bury, Grafton, 
Now London, 
Wilmot. 

Antrim, Deering, 
Hillsboro.Wash- 
ington, Windsor. 

Ashland, Dorches- 
ter, Holderness, 
Rumney. 



H. Lawton Chase, Charlestown. 

Frank W. Jackson, Madison, 
Earl P. Faeeye, Bristol. 

Henry S. Roberts, Suncook. 
William J. English, Walpole. 
Fred W. Landman, Wolfeboro. 

Harold C. Bales, Milford. 
Idella K. Farnum, Andover. 

Amasa A. Holden, HiUsboro. 
Clarence M. Harris, Ashland. 



Towns in union. 






Union superintendent. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE— 

continued. 

Atkinson, Karap- j 
stead, Newton, 
Plaistow, Sa- 
lem, South 
Hampton. 

Auburn, Candia, 
Chester, Deer- 
field, Raymond. 

Barnstead,' Chi- 
chester, G ilraan- 
ton, Pittsfield. 

BaiTington, Dur- 
ham, Greenland, 
Lee, Madbury, 
Newmarket. 

Bartlett, Chatham, 
Conway, Harts 
Location, Jack- 
son, Livermore. 

Bath, Benton, Ha- 
verhill, Monroe. 

Bedford, Goffs- 
tov/n. New Bos- 
ton. 

Belmont. Gilford, 
Northfleld, Til- 
ton. 

Bennington, Dub- 
lin, Greenfield, 
Hancock, Fran- 
cestown, Peter- 
borough. 

Bethlehem, Little- 
tun. 



Henry G. Blount, Salem. 



Vincent Gatto, Raymond. 



Frederick T. Johnson, Pitts- 
field. 

Omar R. McCoy, Newmarket. 



Llewellyn M. Felch, North 
Conway. 



Norman J. Page, Woodsville. 
J. Byron Tamey, Goffstown. 

Channing T. Sanborn, Tilton. 

Leon E. Prior, Peterboro. 

Vernon K. Brackett, Littleton. 



COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 31 

IIJ. — County and Other Local Superintendents op Schools — Continiied. 



Towns in union. 



Union superintendent. 



KEW HAMPSHIRE— 

continued. 

Boscawen,Canter- 
bury, Loudon, 
Penacook, Salis- 
bury. 

Bradford New- 
bury, Sutton, 
Warner, Web- 
ster. 

Brentwood, Exe- 
ter, Kensington, 
N e w fiel ds , 
Stratham. 

Brookfield, Mid- 
dleton, Milton, 
Wakefield. 

Campton, Ells- 
worth, Lincoln, 
Thornton, 
Woodstock. 

.Canaan, Enfield, 
Orange, Spring- 
field. 

Carroll, Dalton, 
Whitefield. 

Center Harbor, 
Meredith, Moul- 
tonborough, 
New Hampton. 

ClarfcsviUe, Pitts- 
burg, Stewarts- 
town. 

Colebrook, Colum- 
bia. 

Cornish, Corydon, 
Plainfield. 

Dam-ille, East 
Kingston, Ep- 
pLng, Fremont, 
Kingston, Not- 
tingham, San- 
down. 

Derry, London- 
derry, Wind- 
ham. 

Dummer, Errol, 
MOan, Went- 
worth's Loca- 
tion. 

Dunbarton, Hen- 
niker, Hopkin- 
ton, Weare. 



George W. Sumner, Penacook. 



George H. Harmon, Warner. 



Clifton A. Towle, Exeter. 



Fred W. Dudley, Union. 



Alonzo J. Knowlton, North 
Woodstock. 



Henry H. Pratt, Canaan. 



Wesley H. Douglass, White- 
field. 
WiUiam H. Buker, Meredith. 



William F. Skelton, Pittsburg. 



Arthur C. Irish, Colebrook. 

Andrew P. Averill, Cornish 

Flat. 
Fred E. Pitkin, Epping. 



Carl Cotton, Derry. 
Walton S. Adams, Milan. 

Gaius H. Barrett, Hopkinton , 



TowTOS in union. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE— 

continued, 

Easton, Francon- 
ia, Landaff, Lis- 
bon, Lyman. 

Eaton, Efflngham, 
Freedom, Ossi- 
pee. 

Farmington, 
N o r t h w o o d , 
Straflford. 

Fitzvvilliam, Jaf- 
frey, Rindge, 
Sharon, Trov- 

Franklin, HiU, 
Sanbornton. 

Gilsum, Harris- 
ville, Marlbor- 
ough, Nelson, 
Roxbiu-y, Stod- 
dard, Sullivan, 
Surry. 

Gorham, Ran- 
dolph (Success), 
Shelburne. 

Goshen, Newport, 
Sunapee, Unity. 

Grantham, Leb- 
anon. 

Green^'llle, Lynde- 
borough. Mason, 
New Ipswich, 
Temple, Wilton. 

Hampton, Hamp- 
ton Falls, New 
castle, Newing- 
ton, North 
Hampton, Rye, 
Seabrook. 

Hanover, Lyme... 

Hinsdale, "Rich- 
mond, Swanzey, 
Winchester. 

HoUis, Hudson, 
Litchfield, Mer- 
rimack, Pelham. 

Jefferson, Lancas- 
ter. 

Northumberland, 
Stark, Stratford. 

Orford, Piermont, 
Warren, Went- 
worth. 

RoUinsford, 
Somersworth. 



Union superintendent. 



George R. Gardiner, Lisbon. 



Harold 0. Wingate, .Mountain- 
view. 

Clarence C. Sanborn, North- 
wood Center. 

Lewis S. Record, East Jaflrey. 



Fred S. Libbey, Franklin. 
\'emon S. Ames, Marlboro. 



Charles W. Walker, Gorham. 



William H. S. Ellingwood, 

Newport. 
Caleb H. Niles, Lebanon. 

Ralph P. Currier, Wilton. 



Charles H. Walker, Hampton. 



Charles W. Cutts, Hanover. 
Samuel S. Brooks, Winchester 



Louis D. Record, Nashua. 



John H. Fuller, Lancaster. 

Orin M. Holman, North Strat- 
ford. 

William J. Nelson, Went 
worth. 

Walter H. Young, Somers- 
worth. 



County. 


County superintendent. 


County. 


County superintendent. 


NEW JEP.SEY. 

Atlantic 


H. M. Cressman, Egg Harbor 
City. 

B. C. Wooster, Hackensack. 
L. J. Kaser, Mount Holly. 

C. S. Albertson, Camden. 
Edwin R. Brunyate, Cape 

May Court House. 
J. J. Unger, Bridgeton. 
Oliver J. Morelock, Newark. 

D. T. Steelman, Woodbury. 
A. H. Updyke, Jersey City. 
J. S. HoSman, Flemington. 
J. M. Arnold, Trenton. 

H. B. Willis, New Brunswick. 
Wilham M. Smith, Freehold. 
J. H. Hulsart, Morristown. 
C. A. Morris, Toms River. 

E. W. Garrison, Paterson. 


NEW JERSEY— con. 

Salem 


H. C. DLxon, Salem. 




Somerset 


Henry C. Krebs, Somerville. 


Bergen 


Sussex 

Union 

Warren 


Ralph Decker, Newton. 
A. L. Johnson, Elizabeth. 
Robert G. Sanford, Belvidere. 


Burlington 

Camden 


Cape May 


NEW MEXICO. 

Bernalillo 




Cumberland 

Essex 


Irene Burke, Albuquerque. 


Gloucester 


Catron 


Miss Deatron Campbe 1, Re- 


Hudson 


Chaves 

Colfax 


serve. 


Hunterdon 

Mercer 


C. C. Hill, Roswell. 
Lily Hennigan, Raton. 
Mrs. Una M. Steed, Clovis. 


Middlesex 


Curry 


Momnouth 


De Baca 


B. H. Ivirk, Fort Sumner. 


Morris 


Dona Ana ., .... 


Mrs. Fleming Jones, Las Gra- 


Ocean 


Eddy 


ces. 


Passaic 


Geo. M. Brinton, Carlsbad. 



32 .EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

III. — Cou.vTY AKD Other Local Superintendents of Schools — Continued, 



County. 


County superintendent. 


County. 


County superintendent. 


NEW MEXICO— con. 

(^rant 

Hiiadaliipe 

Harding 

Hidalgo 


Mr,-;. Geo. Bisby, Silver City. 
Mrs. Adela G. Gallegos, Santa 

Rosa. 
Mrs. Kditli ("otTcen, Hoy. 
Inez Wright, Lordshurg. 
L. O.Cunningham, Lovinglon. 
Mrs. Maude L. Blanej', Carri- 

Z07,0. 

Mrs. .loe Willa Bell, Deming. 
H. W. Brose, Gallup. 
Grace Ogdcn. Mora. 
Mrs. A. E. Thomas, Alamo- 

gordo. 
Mrs. Nelle Hauser, Tucumcari. 


NEW MEXICO— con. 

Rio Arriba 

Roosevelt 

Sandoval 


Canuto Triijillo, Tierra Ama 

rilla. 
R. A. l'aIm,Portalcs. 
Tc'esfor Sandoval, Bernalillo. 


' San Miguel 

i San Juan 

\ Santa Fe 


Benito F. Baca, Las Vegas. 


Lea 


Mrs. Jna Rathbun, Aztec. 


Lincoln 


Mrs. A (lolina Warren, ?antaFe. 




Sierra 


Mrs. Oliver B. Dawson, Bills- 


Luna 


Socorro 

Taos 


horo. 


McKinlcv 


E. M. Chaves, S< corro. 


Mora 


(^hristoval .1. (^nintana, Taos. 


Otero 


Torrance 


Mrs. A. .\1. I'arrelf . Estancia. 


Oiiav 


Union.. ..< 

Valencia 


Marie Myers, Clayton. 
Saturnino Baca, Belen. 









Coiuitv. 



NEW YORK. 

Albanv 



Allegany. 



Broome . 



Cattaraugus. 



Cayuga 



Chautauqua. 



Chemung 

Chenango 



Clinton. 



Columbia. 



Cortland . 



Delaware. 



District superintendent. 



E. E. Richmond, Ravenna. 
W. J. Haverly, West Berno. 
Frank Stanbro, Menands. 
Frank L. Tuthill, Fillmore. 
John D. Jones, Cuba. 
O. M. Burdick, Little Genesee. 
\V. H. Garwood, Canaseraga. 
Willet L. Ward, Wcllsvillc. 
Harvey B. Heath, Ouaquaga. 
J. E. Hurlbiut, Windsor. 
■K. E. Beilby, Union. 
Erwin B. Wliitnev, Whitney 

Point. 
Joel J. Crandall, Fraiiklinvillc. 
Gilbert A. Farwell, Hinsdale. 
C. S. Palmer, Salamanca. 
G. E. Waller, Little Valley. 
E. A. Stratton, Randolph. 
H.S.R. Murphy, Cato. 
H. T. ilorrison, Weedsport. 
Anna M. Kent, Union Springs. 
Fred V. Lester, Locke. 
Mabel C. L. Rodger, Moravia. 
Morton E. Hubbard, South 

Dayton. 
Anna S. Hilton, .507 Spring St., 

Jamestown. 
Mrs. D. B. Connelly, Ashville. 
J. G. Pratt, Sherman. 
Oscar Granger, Portland. 
J. S. W^right, Falconer. 
C. W. Vandegrift, Horseheads. 
Harriot Estcrbrook, Elmira. 
W. S. Herrick, South Otselic. 
Albert C. Bowers, New Berlin. 
J. S. Childs, Oxford. 
Jane 1. Schenck, Greene. 
Mary L. Isljell, Norwich. 
Oliver A. Wolcott, KecseviUe. 
Ernest B. ISargeant, Ellonburg. 
Clara E. Soden, Mooers Forks. 
Katherine McMartin, Platts- 

burg, R.F. D. No. 1. 
S. B. Smith, East Chatham. 
Charles Riveuburg, Gorman- 
town. 
M. G. Rickey, Ancram. 
W.K.Patrick, Cuvler. 
Ada M. Shuler, Solon. 
Edwin M. Preston, Dr}'den, 

R. F. D. 20. 
Charles F. Ferry, Masonville. 
Z. Le R. Myers, Downesville. 
E. O. Harkness, Delhi. 
Zona R. Travis, Roxbury. 
M. G. Nelson, Fran.klin. 
A. T. Hamilton, North Har- 

persfield. 



County. 



NEW YORK — con. 

Dutchess 



Erie. 



Essex 

Franklin.. 



Lewis. 



Livingston. 
Madison — 



Monroe. 



Montgomery 



District superintendent. 



Fulton... 
Genesee. . 

Greene... 

Ham U ton 
Herkimer 



Jefferson. 



Frank L. Haight, Fishkill. 
Almon O. Nve, Pleasant 

Valley. 
Maude S. Rundall, Amenia. 

F. O. Green, Tivoli. 
C. A. Heist, Clarence. 
H. A. I)ann, Lancaster. 
W. E. Pierce, East Aurora. 

E. D. Ormsby, North Collins. 
W. E. Ben.sley, Springville. 
C.J. Mousaw, Schroon Lake. 
Gertrude M. Spear, Westport. 
Mattie J. Prime, Upper Jay. 
Myrtle E. MacDonald, Cha- 

teaugay. 

G. I^a Graff, Tupper Lake. 

F. H. Wilcox, North Bangor. 
Gertrude E. Hyde, Moira. 
Bessie D. Miller, Johnstown. 
John Paris, Broadalbin. 

H. W. Dyer, East Pembroke. 
J. L. M.' Uphill, S Fairmount 

Ave., Batavia. 
Thos. C. Perry, Catskill. 
R. M. MacN'aught, Windham 
Walter J . Decker. Hunter. 
C. B. Hanlev, Wells. 

A. J. Rose, West Winfield. 
Silas C. Kimm, Herkimer. 

G. N. Sabin, Fairfield. 

B. M. Robinson, Poland. 

C. M. Pierce, .\dams. 

W. J. Linnell, .WO Ten Eyck 

St., WaLortown. 
T. B. Stool, Clayton. 
H. W. Cicgler, VVatertown. 

D. D. T. Marshall, Redwood. 
Mrs.G. L. deoiloqui, Carthage. 
G. A. Sealy, Lowville. 

Grace H. Elliott, Lowville. 
Ruth M. Johnston, Port Ley- 
den. 
A. W. Trainer, AVest Leyden. 
John P. .Magee, Geneseo! 
G. C. .VIcNineh, Concsus. 
R. G. Conklin, Tuscarora. 
Irving S. Sears, Hamilton. 
A. I. Tyler, Cazenovia. 

E. A. Fuller, Morrisvillc. 
John B. Harris, Canastota. 
W^ W. Rayfleld, Webster. 

M. B. Furman, East Rochester. 
Fred W. Hill, Spencorport. 
John C. Mall.ich, Churchville. 
N. Borton Alter, Nelliston. 
George F. Bowman, 24 Blood 
Building, Amsterdam. 



COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 33 

III. — County and Other Local Superintendents of Schools — Continued. 



County. 



NEW YORK— con 

Nassau 

Niagara 

Oneida 



Onondaga.. 



Ontario. 



Orange. 



Orleans. 
Oswego. 



Otsego . . . 



Saratoga. 



District superintendent. 



Piu'nam 

Rensselaer. . . 

Rockland 

St. Lawrence 



James S. Coolev, Mineola. 

W. C. Mepham, Merrick. 

W. D. VVisner, Ransomville. 

Orrin A. Kolb, Lockport, 
R. F.D.5. 

M. Oazelle Hoffman. Lewiston 

Glenn G. Steele, 829 Rose 
Place, Utica. 

Harrv C. Buck. Clavville. 

W. J. Lewis, Clinton. 

Neva S. Angell, Durhamville, 
R, F. D. No. 1. 

Stanton D. Austin, Barneveld. 

Pauline L. Scott, Blossvale. 

Daniel M. Blue, Boonville. 

M. E. Hinman, TuUv. 

G. T. Fuggle, Jame.sviUe. 

Earl Asselstine, North Syra- 
cuse. 

Manford D. Green, Liverpool. 

Homes T. Case, Skaneateles. 

Leon J. Cook, East Bloom- 
field. 

H. S. G. Loveless, Phelps. 

E. G. Soper, Seneca Castle. 
Harrie P. Weatherlow, Naples. 
Theron L. McKnight, Central 

Valley. 

O. Eichenberg, Monroe. 

S. A. Cortright, 6 M.vrtle Ave. 
Ext., Middletowri. 

Mrs. lycslie Tanner, Medina. 

Olive Clement, Albion. 

Anna L. Potter, Holley. 

Mildred G. Pratt, Lacona. 

J. M. Bonner, Pulaski. 

Aura A. Cole, Const antia. 

Charles I. Kingsbury, Mexico. 

W. S. Gardner, Fulton. 

J. B. McManus, Cooperstown. 

Frederick \V. Strong, Schene- 
vus. 

Grace A. Louden, Coopers- 
town. 

John E. Frederick, 13 Forest 
Ave., Oneonta. 

Harrison Cossaart, MoiTis. 

Floyd R. Thayer, Edmeston. 

James H. Brooks, Garrison. 

Mary Haswell, Hoosick Falls. 

Mrs. Adelaide W. Gardner, 
Stephentown. 

G. Everett Patrie, Ca.stleton. 

George W. MiUer, Nanuet. 

W. T. Clark, Hailesboro. 

F. H. Wallace, Morri.stown. 
Carlos S. Blood, Heuvelton. 
V. C. "Warriner, Lisbon. 
Ro.se M. Libbv, Canton. 
Mrs. E. D. Grubb, Potsdam. 
E. F. McDonald, Massena. 
A. J. Fields, Winthrop. 

A. A. Lavery, Round Lake. 
Lou Messinger, Ballston Spa. 



County. 



NEW voRK — con 

Saratoga 

Schenectady 

Schoharie 

Schuyler 

Seneca 

Steuben 



"Washington. 



Wayne. 



Westchester 

Wyoming 

Yates 



District superintendent. 



Suffolk.... 

Sullivan . . 

Tioga 

Tompkins 

Ulster 

Warren. . . 



E. E. Hinman, Schuvlerville. 
A. M. HoUister, Corinth. 
Frank W. Palmer, Schenec- 
tady. 

Orlando J. Ivos, Jefferson. 
Marion W. Lewis, Schoharie. 
R. W. Eldredge, Sharon 

Springs. 
Alberta Spaulding, Burdett. 
Caroline Van Liew, Watkins 
W. S. Wilson, Ovid. 
Charles B. Earl, Waterloo. ' 
Frederick C. Wilcox, Addison 
Winfred Morrow, Bath. 
Frank H. Smith, Addison. 
Charles A. Bruen, Jasper. 
H. M. Brush, Arkport. 
Guyon J. Carter, Avoca. 
J. G McC^onnell, Prattsburg. . 
P. B. Matthews, Bridgehamp- 

ton. 
Roscofi C. Craft, Port Jefferson. 
Leonard J. Smith, Northport. 
F.J. Lewis. Barryville. 
Charles S. Hick, Jeflersonville. 
Mrs. Emma C. Chase, Monti- 

ceUo. 
A. E. Belden, Newark Valley. 
M. D. Goodrich, Tioga Center. 
Mrs. H. T. Whittemofe, Owego. 
Fred A. Beardsley, Trumans- 

burg. 
J. Paul Munson, Groton. 
John L. Bigelow, Ithaca. 
Emily S. Burnett, Kingston, 

Station R. 
J. U. GiUette, Port Ewen. 
Elsie J. Roat, EUenviUe. 
W. J. Andrews, Oliverea. 

F. F. Gunn, Glens FaUs. 

J. R. Stickney, Bolton Land- 
ing. 

Kathleen Osborn, North Creek. 

Marjorie G. Meiklejohn, White- 
haU. 

Mrs. E. M. D. Cronkhite, Hud- 
son Falls. 

Rose E. Gibbons, Hudson 
FaUs. 

Mrs. Caroline P. Perry, ■Cam- 
bridge. 

Mrs. Helen C. Andrews, Lyons. 

Mrs. Ida E. Cosad, Wolcott. 

A. M. Croop, Newark. 

Lewis H. Clark, Sodus. 

S. J. Preston, White Plains. 

C. H. Cheney, White Plains. 

G. H. Covey, Katonah. 

R. D. Knapp, Purdy Station. 
J. T. McGurren, Bliss. 
HaiTiet M. Patch, CowlesviUe. 
G. H. Stratton, Castile. 
J, F. Bullock, Penn Yan. 
E. P. Corbit, Rushville. 



County. 


County superintendent 


County. 


Coimty superintendent. 


NORTH CAEOLINA. 

Alamance 


M. C. TerreU, Graham. 
C. H. Gryder, Taylor^•iUe. 
John M. Cheek, Sparta. 
R. W. Allen, Wadesboro. 
C. M. Dickson, Silas Creek. 
Frank A. Edmonson, New- 
land. 
H. H. McLean, Washington. 


NORTH CAROLIN.V— 

continued. 
Bertie 




Alexander 


H. W. Earlv, Windsor. 


AUeghanv 


Bladen 


B. J. Cromartie, Garland. 


Ausou 


Brmiswick 

Buncombe 

Burke . . . 


B. R. Page, Southport. 


Ashe 


F. L. WeUs, Asheville. 


Avery... 


T. L. Sigmon, Morganton. 


Beaufort 


Cabarrus 

CaldweU 


J. B. Robertson, Concord. 
Y. D. Moore, Lenoir. 



34 EDUCATION.VL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

III. — County and Other Local Superintendents op Schools — Continued. 



County. 



County superintendent. 



County. 



NORTH CAROLINA- 

contiiuied. 



Camden 

Carteret 

Ca.swell 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Cherokee 

Chowan 

Clay 

Cleveland . . . 
Columbus. . . 

Craven 

Cumberland. 
Ciurituck... 

Dare 

Davidson . . . 

Da-s-ie 

Duplin 

Durham 

Edgecombe . 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

Oaston 

Gates 

Graham 

Gran\'ille 

Greene 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Haywood . . . 
Henderson . . 

Hertford 

Hoke 

Hvde 

Iredell 

Jackson 

Johnston 

Jones 

Lee 

Lenoir 

Lincoln 

McDowell. . . 

Macon 

Madison 

Martin 

Mechlenberg 

Mitchell 

Montgomery 

Moore 

Nash 

New Hanover 
Northampton 
Onslow... 



Orange. . . 
Pamlico. . 
Pasquotank. 

Pender. . . 
Perquimans 

Person 

Pitt 

Polk 

Randolph.. 
Richmond. 
Robeson . . . 
Rockingham 

Rowan 

Rutherford 
Sampson. . . 
Scotland . . . 

Stanley 

Stokes 

Surry 

Swam 

Transylvania 
TjTreU... 

Union 

Vance 



L. L. Ste\^ns, Indian town. 
M. L. Wright, Beaufort. 
R. A. Pope, Yanceyville. 
(Jeorge E. Long, Nowton. 
W. R. Thomps"^on, Pitlsboro. 

A. L. Martin, Miirphy. 

R. H. Bachnian, Ede"nlon. 
.Vllon J. Bell, Havesvilie. 
J. C. Newton, Shelby. 
Harry M. Bowhug, White^ilie. 
R. S. Proctor, New Bern. 

B. T. .McBryde, FayetteviUe. 
W. D. Co.\, Moyoek. 

Mabel Evans, Manteo. 
S. G. Ilastv, Lexington. 
F. P. Bradley, Mocksville. 
M. H. Wootcn, Warsaw. 
John W. Carr, jr., Durham. 
R. E. Sen telle, Tarboro. 
W. B. Spe^as, Wiuston-Salem. 

E. L. Best, Louisburg. 

F. P. Hall, Belmont. 

J. M. Glenn, (iatesville. 
J. H. Moody, Robbins\ille. 
J. F. Wel)b, Oxford. 
J. H. Workman, Snow Hill. 
Thos. R. Foust, Greensboro. 

A. E. .\kers, Roanoke Rapids. 

B. P. Gentry, Lillington. 

A. C. Reynolds, Waynesville. 
R. G. Anders, Hendersonville. 
N. W. Brinton, Winton. 
W. P. Hawfield, Raeford. 

G. M. Guthrie, Swan Quarter. 
James A. Steele, States viUe. 
O. S. DiUard, Sylva. 

H. B. Morrow, Smithfield. 
John R. Barker, Trenton. 

C. E. Teague, Sanford. 
E. E. Sams, Kinston. 

L. B. Beam, Lincohiton. 

N. F. Steope, Marion. 

M. D. Billings, FrankUa. 

E. M. Jones, Marshall. 

A. J. Manning, Williamstown. 

J. M. Matthews, Charlotte. 

Jason Deyton, Bakersville. 

J. S. Edwards. Troy. 

A. B. Cameron, Carthage. 

L. S. Inscoe, Nashville. 

W. A. Graham, Wihuington. 

P. J. Long, Jackson. 

W. M. Thompson, Jackson- 
ville. 

R. H. Claytor, TTill.sboro. 

T. B. .Vttmore, Stonewall. 

M. P. Jennings, Elizabeth 
Citv. 

T. T. Murphy, Burgav/. 

Charles Whedbee, Hertford. 

J. A. Beam, lioxboro. 

R. G. Fitzgerald, Greenville. 

E. W. S. Cobb, Columbus. 

T. F. Bulla, Ashboro. 

L. J. Bell. Rockingham. 

J. R. Poole, Lumljertoa. 

L. N. Hickerson, ReidsviUe. 

R. Q. Kizer, SaUsbury. 

W. R. Hill, Ruthcrfordton. 

J. L. Hathcock, Clinton. 

L. M. Peele, Laurinburg. 

Charles A. Reap, All)omarle. 

J. C. Carson, Germanton. 

E. S. Hendren, Mount Airy. 

N. E. Wright, Bryson City. 

A. F. Mitchell, Penrose. 

W. F. Waters, Columl)ia. 

Ray Funderbmk, Monroe. 

E. M. RoUins, Henderson. 



NORTH CAROLIN.V- 

continued. 

Wake 

Warren 

Washington 

M'atauga 

Wayne 

Wilkes 

Wilson 

Yadkiu 

Yancey 



NORTH DAKOTA. 

Adams 

Barnes 

Benton 



Billings 

Bottineau , 

Bowman 

Burke 

Burleigh , 

Cass 

Cavalier 

Dickey 

Divide 

Dunn 

Eddy 

Emmons 

Foster 

Golden Vallev. 
Grand Forks... 



Grant., 
Griggs. 



Hettinger. 
Kidder 



Lamoure. 



Logan 

McHenry . 
Mcintosh . 
McKenzie. 
McLean... 

Mercer 

Morton 

Mountrail. 
Nelson.... 



Oliver.... 
Pembina. 

Pierce 

Ramsey.. 
Ransom.. 
Renville. 
Richland. 

Rolette... 
Sargent . . 
Sheridan. 

Sioux 

Slope 



Stark 

Steele 

Stutsman. 
Towner . . . 

Traill 

Walsh 

Ward 

Wells 

Williams.. 



OHIO. 

Adams 

AUen 

Ashland. . .. 
Ashtabula. . 



Coimty superintendent. 



J. C. Lockhart, Raleigh. 
J. Edward Allen, Warrenton. 
John W. Darden, Plymouth. 
Smith Hagaman, Vilas. 
A. M. Proctor, Goldsboro. 
C. C. WriglU, HunUug Creek. 
C. L. Coon, Wilson. 
J. T. Reece, Yadkinville. 
W. O. Griffith, Windom. 



Agnes Jones, Hettinger. 
John A. Johnson, Valley City. 
Mrs. Adeline EUefson, Minn©- 

Ni'aukaii. 
.'Vnne Karbon, Medora. 
Mrs. B. Knudson, Bottineau. 
Mrs. Mad.ge L. Rugg, Bowman. 
Mary Staunard, Bowbells. 
Madge Runey, Bismarck. 
Caroline Eviugson, Fargo. 
S. J. A. Boyd, Lanedon. 
Faith Stevens, EUendale. 
Bertha Tweed, Crosby. 
Marion A. F'leming, Manning. 
Jesse D. NeS, New Rockford. 
Henry H. Hanson, Linton. 
Mary K. Beaty, Carrington. 
.Tolm W. Weatland, Beach. 
M. Beatrice Johnstone, Grand 

Forks. 
Mrs. Rose G. Prewett, Carson. 
Mrs. Matliilda Johnson, Coop- 

erstown. 
Mrs. Martha Brachter, Mott. 
Mrs. Christina S. Haibeck, 

Steele. 
Mrs. Leora Van Ornum, 

Lamoure. 
A. J. Solien, Napoleon. 
Erma Smith, Towner. 
Geo. A. Boschima, .\shley. 
Edwina Knecht, Schafer. 
A. R. Thompson, Washburn. 
E. R. Thomas, Stanton. 
H. K. Jensen, Mandan. 
Johanna Larson, Stanley. 
Mis. Jennie E. Skrevseth, 

Lakota. 
E. F. Mntchler, Center. 
Charlotte A. Jones, Cavalier. 
Sara V. Guss, Rugby. 
Hazel McKay, Devils Lake. 
Effie Freeman, Lisbon. 
E. R. Kingsley, Mohall. 
Mrs. Ethel K. Mertz, Wahpe- 

Um. 
A. O. Halvorson, Rolla. 
Mrs. Flora E. Baker, Forman. 
J. N. Muehl, McClusky. 
L. W. Colelmnk, Swastika. 
Mrs. Gertrude T. Hablutzel, 

Amidon. 
H. O. Pippen, Dickinson. 
.\agot Fosmark, Finley. 
Harriot E. Perry, Jam&stown. 
Margaret Alexander, Cando. 
Anna G. Nestoss, Hillsboro. 
W. J. Hoover, Grafton. 
A. M. Waller, Minoc. 
Mrs. Loui.se Larson, F&ssenden. 
George H. Hillier, Williston. 



M. D. Shoemaker, West Union. 
C. A. Arganbright, Lima. 
O. H. Moffet, Asliland. 
C. D. Groves, Jellerson. 



COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 35 

III. — County and Other Locai, Superintendents of Schools — Continued. 



County. 


County superintendent. 


County. 


County superintendent. 


OHIO— continued. 
Athens 


Guy Dinsmoor, Athens. 

Glen Dnimmond, Wapako- 

neta. 
Geo. M. Pogtie, St. ClairsviUfe 

E. V. Stephan, Georgeto-mi. 
John Scliwarz, Hamilton. 
G. E. Bell, CarroUton. 

A. G. Welshimer, I'rbana. 
J. M. Coliins, Springfield. 

B. T. Davis, Batavia. 

H. W. Hod son, Wilmington. 
John W. Moore, Lisbon. 
L. C. Shaw, Coshocton. 

F. G. Bittikofer, Bueyrus. 
A. G. Yawber?, Cleveland. 

C. A. Wilt, Greenville. 
Wm. L. Manahan, Defiance. 
Paul M. Lybarger, Delaware. 
I. S. Winner, Sanduskj'. 

J. F. Bemiller, Lancaster. 

O. S. Nelson, Washington 

CoOTt House. 
Charles W. Cookson, Columbus. 
C. D. Pen-y, Wause*)n. 
J. H. Matthews, GalUpolis. 
Harold Ryder, Chardon. 
H. C. .\ultman, Xenia. 
W. G. Wolfe, Cambridge. 
Pliny A. Johnston, Cincinnati. 
A. J. Nowlan, Findlay. 

F. P. AUyn, Kenton. 

G. E. Roche, Cadiz. 
H. D. Teal, Napoleon. 
W. H. Vance, Hillsboro. 
G. W. Christman, Logan. 
F. H. Close, MiUesburg. 

E. A. Bell, Norwalk. 
J. F. Di.Ton, Jackson. 

W. I. Everson, Steubenville. 
J. C. Marriott, Mount Vernon. 

F. H. Ken.lall, PainesviUe. 

C. B. Dillon, Ironton. 

N. D. 0. Wilson, Newark. 

D. H. Sellars, Beliefontaine. 

E. C. Seale, Elyria. 

J. W. Whitmer, Toledo. 
L. C. Dick, London. 
Jerome Hull, Youngstown. 
W. R. Heistand, Marion. 
S. H. Babcock, Medina. 

C. N. Wagner, Pomeroy. 
S. Cotterman, Celina. 

L. J. Bennett, Troy. 

E. C. Feioek, Woodsfteld. 
A. A. Maysilles, Dayton. 

F. A. Da\as, McConnellsville. 
E. E. Ray, Mount Gilead. 
John S. McGinnis, Zanesville. 
H. L. Bates, Caldwell. 

A. O. Dehn, Port Chnton. 
John C. Berg, Paulding. 

D. E. Riggle, New Lexington. 
M. C. Warren, Circleville. 

O. F. Williamson, Waverly. 
O. E. Pore, Ravenna. 
W. S. Fogarty, Eaton. 

G. J. Keinath, Ottawa. 
L. C. Martin, Mansfield. 

J. L. Forlney, Chillicothe. 
D. L. Buchanan, Fremont. 
Edw. McCowen, Portsmouth. 
J. E. Sherck, Tiffin. 
W. E. Partington, Sidney. 
J. A. Smith, Canton. 
C. A. Fliekinger, Akron. 
J. E. Boetticher, Warren. 
Chas. Barthelmeh, New Phila- 
delphia. 
J. A. Yealey, Marysville. 
J. A. Greulach, Van Wert. 
C. L. Williams, McArthur. 


OHIO — continued. 
Warren 


F. B. Harris Tjebn-non 


Auelaize . . 


W;ishin.;;ton 

Wavne 

Williams 

Vv'ood 


M. C Smitli Mariprta 


Belmont 


G. U. Bauragardner, Wooster. 
F. O. Russell Brvan 


Bro^vn 




Butler 


Wvandot 


James H. Grove, Upper San- 
dusky. 


CarroU 

Champaign 

Clark 


OKLAHOMA. 

Adair 


Clermont . 


Lucv J Patterson ^tilwpll 


Clinton 


Alfalfa 


Charles C Wo'fe Cherokee. 


Columbiana 

Coshocton 


Atoka 

Beaver 

Beckham 


CM. Conwill, Atoka. 


Crawford. . . 


Anna Dudley, Sayre. 

Mrs. ICitty Hagan, Vratouga. 

J. Lee Cunningham, Duranl. 


Cuyahoga 

Darke 

Defiance 


Blaine 

Bryan 

Caddo 

Canadian 


Delaware 


Mrs.EdithM Lavton RlReno 


Erie 

Fairfield 


Carter 

Cherokee 


Mrs. Kate Zaneis, Ardmore. 
Minnie Benge, Tahlequah. 
J. T. Reed, Hugo. 


Fayette 


Choctaw 

Cimarron 

Cleveland 


Franklin 


George W. Gillis, Boise City. 
Maud Northcutt, Norman. 


Fulton 


Coal 

Comanche 

Cotton 


J. M. Cusenberrv, Coalgate. 


GaUia 

Geauga 


Mrs. John R. Keelv, Lawton. 
W. W. Shepherd, Walter. 
Mrs. Harry Wammaok Vinita 


Greene 


Craig 


Guernsey 


Creek 


Mrs. Frank Peters, Sapulpa. 
Eli7,abeth Reniek, Arapaho. 
Mrs. C. V. Aderhold, Jay. 
J. B. Conrad Taloea 


Hamilton 


Custer 


Hancock 

Hardin 


Delaware 

Dewey 

ElUs 


Harrison 


Arthur D. Walker, Amett. 


Henry 


Garfield 

Garvin 


J. C. Hoffsommer, Enid. 


Hisrhland 


Roxie Hughes, Pauls Valley. 
H. F. Allen Chickasha. 


Hocking . . 


Grady 


Holmes 


Grant 


Hazel Hintz, Medford. 


Huron 


Greer 


Will C. Jones. Man^um^ 


Jackson 


Harmon 


Harry C. Hicks, Hollis. 
W. D. Drake, Buffalo. 


Jefferson ... . 


Harper 


Knox 


Haskell 


E. F. Bates, Stigler. 


Lake 


Hughes 


V. H. Durham, HoldenviUe. 


Lawrence 


Jackson 


H. H. Porter, Altus. 


Licking 


Jefferson 


R. C. White, Waurika. 


Logan 


Johnston 


Oscar Darter, Tishomingo. 
W. B. Clift, Newkirk. 


Lorain 


Kay 


Lucas 


Kingfisher 

Kiowa 


Mrs. Sara List on, ICingfishef. 


Madison . 


Mrs. Estella Alexander, Hobart. 
Florence G. Miller, Wilburton. 


Mahoning 


Latimer 


Marion . . . 


Le Flore 


iliss De Grace Thomas, Poteau. 
Mrs. Anna WilUs, Chandler. 


Medina 


Lincoln 


Meigs 


Logan 


Mrs. Nora B, Miixlow, Guthrie. 


Mercer 


Love 


Shawnee Brown, Marietta. 


Miami 


MGClaiu 


Myrtle Stephens, Puicell. 
M. R. Phillips, IdabeU. 
Ed Davis, Eufaula. 


Montgomery 

Morgan 


McCurtain 

Mcintosh 


Major 


Louisa Specht, Fair^^ew. 
Mrs. J. L. Derrick, Madill. 


Morrow 


Marshall 


Muskingum 


Mayes 


Carlotta Archer, Pryor. 


Noble 


Murray 


Tom McGiboney, Sulphur. 
H. P. Battles, Muskogee. 


Ottawa 


Muskogee 


Paulding 


Noble 


Mrs. A. E. Hitsman, Perry. 


Perry 

Pickaway 


Nowata 

Okfuskee 


E. R. BeU, Nowata. 

Geo. F. Durham, Okemah. 


Pike 

Portage 

Preble 


Oklahoma 

Okmulgee 

Osage 


Mrs. Ida M. Hale, Oklahoma. 
N. O. Hopkins, Okmulgee. 
Ella Mel one, Pawhuska. 


Putnam 


Ottawa 


Harrv C. Ballinger, Miami. 


Richland 


Pawnee 


May Hussey, Pawnee. 
Emma Bassler, StiOwater. 


Ross 


Payne 


Sandusky 


Pittsburg 


Fannie C. Ross, McAlester. 


Scioto 


Pontotoc 


A. Flovd, Ada. 


Seneca 

Shelby 


Pottawatomie 

Pushmataha 

Roger Mills 

Rogers 


Mrs. Margaret A. Chaney, To- 
cumseh. 


Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 


Ben L. Morrison, Antlers. 
W. F. Brewer, Cheyenne. 
CaUie Eaton, Claremore. 


Tuscarawas 


Seminole 


W. A. Ingle, Wewoka. 




Sequoyah 


R. C. ilills, SalUsaw. 


Union 


Stephens 


C. J. Swofford, Duncan. 


Van Wert 


Texas 


John H. For, Guymon. 


Vinton 


Tilman 


Clay Kerr, Frederick. 



36 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

III. — Coi'NTv ANI1 Other Local Sipehintendents of Schools — Continued. 



County. 



County superintendent. 



OKLAHOMA— con. 

Tulsa 

Waponer 

AVasliinston 

Washita 

AVoods 

Woodward 



OREGON. 

Baker 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Columoia 

Coos 

Crook 

Curry 



Deschutes 

Douglas 

Gilliam 

Grant 

Harney 

nood River 

Jackson 



Jefferson . . 
Josepliine. 

Klamath.. 



Lake 

Lane 

Lincoln 

Linn 

Malheur 

Marion 

Morrow 

Multnomah. 

Polk 

Sherman 

Tillamook . . , 

Umat'Ua 

I'nion 

Wallowa 

Wasco 

Washington. 

Wheeler 

Yamhill 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

Adams 



Allegheny . 



Armstrong 

Beaver 

Bedford 

Berks 

Blair 

Bradford 



Mrs. Minelte Hedges, Tulsa. 
Victoria Lylcs. Wagoner. 
Marv Uichards, Bartleaville. 
S. G". Thomas. Gordell. 
Mrs. Kdna K. Fash. Alva. 
L. B. Chandler, Woodward. 



Mrs. Gertrude Parker, Baker. 

E. H. Castle, Corvallis. 

Brenton Veddcr. Oregon City. 

O. IL Bvland, Astoria. 

Elizabeth Perry, St. Helens. 

C. E. .Mulkey, Coquille. 

J. E. Myers, Prineville. 

Mrs. Jennie M. Cope, Gold 
Beach. 

J. Alton Thompson, Bend. 

O. C. Brown, Koseburg. 

Mrs. Jean K. Porter, t'ondon. 

Gertrude Lvon, Canyon City. 

Mrs. Mary Oriffin, Burns. 

L. B. Gibson, Hood River. 

Mrs. Susanne H. Carter, Jack- 
sonville. 

Mrs. Lillian AVatts, Madras. 

Mrs. Alice M. Bacon, Grants 
Pass. 

Mrs. Twyla H. Ferguson, Kla- 
math Falls. 

Pear! Hall, Lake\new. 

E. J. Moore, Eugene. 

R. P. Coin, Toledo. 

Mrs. E. S. Gcer, Albanv. 

Mrs. E. Til. Crail, \'ale. 

Mrs. M. L. Fulkerson, Salem. 

Mrs. Lena S. Shurte, Heppner. 

W. C. Alderson, Portland. 

Josiah Wills, Dallas. 

Mrs. Grace L. Zevelv, More. 

G. B. Lamb, Tillamook. 

AV. AV. Green, Pendleton. 

Mrs. A. E. Ivanhoe, La Grande. 

J. C. Conley, Enterprise. 

A. E. Gronewald, The Dalles. 

Mrs. Emma Bryant, Hillsboro. 

H. J. Simmons, Fossil. 

S. S. Duncan, McMinnville. 



AV. Ra3Tnond Shank, Gettys- 
burg. 

Charles E. Dickey, .")05 Union 
Arcade, Pittsburgh. 

C. M. Heilman, Kittanning. 

David C. Locke, Beaver. 

Lloyd H. Hinkle, Bedford. 

E. M. Rapp, Reading. 

T. S. Da\-is, Altoona. 

J. Andrew Morrow, Towanda. 



County. 



PENNSYLVANIA— 

continued. 

Bucks 

Butler 

Canil)ria 

Cameron 

Carbon 

Center 

Chester 

Clarion 

Clearfield 

Clinton 

Columbia 

Crawford 

Cumberland 

Dauphin 

Delaware 

Elk 

Erie 

Favette 

Forest 

Franklin 

Fulton 



Greene 

Huntingdon 

Indiana 

Jefferson 

Juniata 

Lackawanna — 

Lancaster 

Lawrence 

Lel)anou 

Leliigh 

Luzerne 

Lycoming 



County superintendent. 



McKean 

Mercer 

Mifflin 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Montour 

Northampton 

Northumberland. . 

Perry 

Pike 

Potter 

Schuylkill 

Snyder 

Somerset 

Sullivan 

Susquehanna 

Tioga 

Union 

Axnango 

Warren 

AVashiiigton 

Wayne 

Westmoreland 

AV'yomiug 

York 



J. H. Hoffman. Dovlestown. 
J. T. Counell, Butler. 
M. S. Bentz, Kbensburg. 
C. E. Plasterer, Emporium. 
J. J. Bevan, Mauch Chunk. 
I). O. Etters, State College. 
Clyde T. Savior, AVestchester. 
N. E. Heeler, Clarion. 
AV. P. Trostle, Clearfield. 
I. N. McCIoskey, Lock Haven. 
AVin. VV. Evans, Bloomsburg. 
P. D. Blair. Meadville. 
Ralph Jacooy, Carlisle. 
1. D. Ai)p, Harrisburg. 
A. G. S^inith, Media. 
J. AV. Sweeney, St. Marys. 
I. H. Russell, North East. 
John S.Carroll, Uniontown. 
Neil Kunselman, Tionesta. 
J. L. Finafrock.Chambersburg. 
Horace M. GrilTith, McCon- 

nellsburg. 
n. D. Freeland, Waynesburg. 
Milton B. Wright. Huntingdon. 
J. F. Chapman, Indiana. 
C. A. Anderson, Brookville. 
Samuel McChire, Honey Grove. 
J. C. Taylor, Scran ton. 
Arthur P. Mylin, Lancaster. 
C. F. Ball, Mahoningtown, R. 8. 
John W. Snoke, Lebanon. 
Mervin J. AVertman, O'refield. 
F. P. Hopper, AA'ilkes-Barre. 
S.vlvesterB. Dunlap, AA'illiams- 

port. 

C. AV. Lillibridge. Smethport. 
H. E. McConnell, Mercer. 
Lawrence Ruble, McA'eytown 
John M. Yetter, Stroudsburg. 
J. H. Landis, >(orristown. 
Fred AV. Diehl, Danville. 
Geo. A. Grim, Nazareth. 
George L. Swank, Sunbury. 

D. A. Kline, New Bloomfield 
L. AVestbrook, Matamoras. 

A. P. Akeley, Coudersport. 
L. Seltzer, Pottsville. 
T. A. Stetler, Middleburg. 
AV. H. Kretchman, Somerset. 
Harry R. Henning, Lopez. 
F. H". Taylor, Montrose. 
Morton F. Jones, Blossburg. 
Emorv O. Bickel, Mifflinburg. 
L. H. Pefler, Franklin. 
C. S. Knapp, Warren. 
S. V. Kimberland, AVashington. 
A. H. Howell, Honesdale. 
AV. G. Dugan, Greensburg. 
J. E. Morgan, Tunkhannock. 
Charles Albright, York. 



Division. 



PHILIPPINE 

ISLANDS. 

Abra 

Albay 

Antique 

Bataan 

Batangas 

Bohol 

Biilaean 

Cagayan 

Camarines 

Capiz 

Cavite 

C«bu 

llocos Norte... 



Division superintendent. 



Frank L. Meinke,> Bangued. 
Ralph F. Rawson,! Albay. 
Doroteo de Leon,' San Jose. 
Benito Pangilinan, Balanga. 
Quirino San Buenaventura,' 

Batangas. 
Frederic J. AVaters, Tagbilaran. 
Wiley B. Beard, .Malolos. 
Sylvester C. Kelleher,' Tugue- 

garao. 
Carl B. Crabtrec,' Naga. 
Robert Clauson, Capiz. 
J. Scott McCormick,' Cavite. 
Samtiel J. AVright, Cebu. 
Luther Parker,' Laoag. 



Division. 



PHILIPPINE IS- 
LANDS — contd. 

llocos Sur 

IloUo 

Isabela 

Laguna 

Leyte 

Manila 

Marinduque 

Mindoro 

Misamis 

Mountain 

Nueva Ecija 

Nueva A'izcaya — 
Occidental Negros 
Oriental Negros.. 



Di\ision superintendent. 



Daniel E. Clancy,' A^igan. 
O. H. Charles, Iloilo. 
John H. M. Butler,' Ilagan. 
Roderick O. ilcLeod, Santa 

Cruz. 
John F. Brown,' Tacloban. 
H. A. Bordner, Manila. 
Clavton I. Halsey,' Boac. 
Ju.4o Ramos, Calapan. 
James M. Swartz,' Cagayan. 
Charles A. Blue,' Baguio. 
Lewis P. Willis,' Cabauatuan. 
Roy D. Beiuiett, Bayombone. 
AViiUam R. Hamme,' Bacolod. 
John C. Earlv, Dumaguete. 



COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERIXTEXDEXTS. 37 

III. — County and Other Local Superintendents of Schools — Continued. 



Division. 




PHIUPPINE IS- 
LANDS — contd 

Palawan 

Pampanga 

Paugasinan 

Rizal 

Romblon 

Samar , 

Sorsogon 

Surigao 

Tarlac 

Tayabas 

Union 



Cenon Monasterial,' Cuyo. 

Adam C. Derkiim, San Fer- 
nando. 

Edward J. Murphy, Lingayen 

Charles W. Rumniell, Pasig. 

Salustiano Vibar,J Romblon. 

Charles E. Hove, Catbalogan. 

Antonio Nera, Sorsogon. 

John H. McBride. jr.,i Surigao. 

Arthur G. Spiller Tarlac. 

Gilbert S. Perez, Lueena. 

Gabriel R. Manalac,' San Fer- 
nando. 



Division. 



PHILIPPINE IS- 
LANDS— contd. 



Di^'ision superintendent. 



Zambales Francisco Llamado, ' Iba. 

DepartmenI ofMin-' 
danao and Sulu. 



Low. Butuan. 

S. Tea Hagen.i Ma- 



Agusan Frank P 

Bukidnon Bertram 

laybalay 

Cotabato Arthur E. Harpst, Cotabato. 

Davao i Vernon D. Gibson,' Davao. 

Lanao | Ralph E. Spencer, Camp Keith 

ley. 

Sulu Jesse W. Litrht, Jolo. 

Zamboanga James E. .\icCall, Zamboanga. 



District. 



PORTO KICO. 

Ad Juntas, Jayuya 

Atruadilla, Moca.. 

Aibonito, Barran- 
quitas. 

Anuico, Rincon, 
Aguada. 

Arecibo 

Arroyo, Patillas. . 

Barros. 

Bayamon, Guai- 
uabo. 

Cabo Rojo, Lajas. 

Caguas, San Lo- 
renzo. 

Camuy, Hatillo. . . 

Carolina 

Cayey, Cidra 

Ciales 

Coamo 

Comerio, Agiias 
Guenas, Naran- 
iito. 

Corozal, Morovis. 

Fajardo, Ceiba, 
Luquillo. 

Guayama 

Guayanilla, Pe- 
ri uelas. 

Huraacao, Las 
Pied fas. 

Isabela, Quebra- 
dillas 



District supervisor. 



J. R. Buterbaugh. 
Francisco Vincenty. 
H. Diaz Baidorioty. 

Pedro P. Aran. 

Manuel G. Nin. 
Claude S. Field. 
Lorenzo Guarch. 
Jose Vazquez Ortiz. 

W. F. Littlefleld. 
Bernardo Huyke. 

Juliet A. Casey. 
Rafael de J. Cordero. 
F. Rodriguez L(5pez. 
Ram6n Sand in. 
Francisco Garcia. 
Julio B. Ortiz. 



Severe O'Neill. 
Charles P. Cassidy. 

C. Torres Reyes. 
Ismael Maldonado. 

Santiago Veve. 

Carlos Rivera L'fret. 



District. 



PORTO RICO — 

continued. 

Juana Diaz, Vil- 

lalba. 
Juncos, Gurabo. . . 

Lares 

Manati, Barce- 

loneta. 
Maricao, Las 

Marias. 
Mayaguez, Hor- 

migneros. 
Naguabo, Vieques. 

Ponce 

Rio Grande, Loiza. 
Rio Piedras, Tru- 

jillo Alto. 
Salinas, Santa Isa- 
bel. 
San German, Sa- 

bana Grande. 

San Juan 

San Sebastian 

Toa Alta, Toa 

Baja, Dorado. 

Utuado 

Vega Baja, Vega 

Alta. 
Yabucoa, Mau- 

nabo. 
Yauco, Guanica. . . 



District supervisor. 



Zoilo Gracia. 

Oscar Porrata Dona. 
Eugenic J. Vivas. 
Valeriano Flores. 

Jose Zapata. 

Carlos V. Urrulia. 

Pedro A. Cebollcro. 
J. P. Blanco. 
Rafael A. Segarra. 
Cecil E. Stevens. 

Stella Marquez. 

M. Negrdn Collazo. 

J. U. McGuire. 

Alfredo Silva. 

Salvado Morales Salgado. 

Gumersindo Cordero. 
Francisco Gaztambide. 

Andres Sandin. 

Charles E. Miner. 



Town. 


Town superintendent. 


Town. 


Town superintendent. 


RHODE ISLAND. 

Charlestown 

Hopkinton 

Exeter 


>Harold T. Lowe, Hope Valley. 

Rowland B. Palmer, Slocum. 
E. P. Colsou, North Scituate. 
Clovis W. Mitchell, Greenville. 
Walter H. Tabor, Jamestown. 
J. Webster Coombs, Little 

Compton . 
Joel Peckham, Newport, R. F. 

D. 1. 


RHODE ISLAND— 

continued. 

Narragansett 

New Shoreham 

Richmond 

West Greenwich.. - 


William A. Bradv, Wakefield. 
Franklin B. Taylor, Block Is- 
land. 


Foster 


Glc^'ester 


Harold B. Blauehard, Hope 

Valley. 
Mrs. E'mma J. Bates, West 

Greenwich Center. 


Jamestown 

Little Compton. . . 

Middletown 



County. 


County superintendent. 


County. 


County superintendent. 


SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Abbeville 


P. H. Mann, Abbeville. 
C. H. Seigler, Aiken. 
J. R. Cullom, Allendale. 
L. M. Mahaffey, Anderson. 
W. D. Rowell, Bamberg. 
H. J. Crouch, Barnwell. 
W. M. Steinmeyer, Beaufort. 
Sidney Sanders, Moncks Cor- 
ner. 


SOUTH CAROLINA— 

continued. 
Calhoun 




Aiken 


G. W. Wannamaker, St. Mat 


Allendale 

Anderson 


Charleston 

Cherokee 


thews. 
H. H. McCarlev, Charleston. 


Bam.bere.. 


W. C. McArthur, Gaflney. 


Barnwell 


Chester 


W. D. Knox, Chester. 


Beaufort 


Chesterfield 

Clarendon 


W. F. Young, Chesterfield. 


Berkeley 


E. J. Browne, Manning. 




Colleton 


H. S. Strickland, Walterboru 



38 



EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1D22-1923. 



III. — CotTNTY AND Other Local SUPERINTENDENTS OP SCHOOLS — Continued. 



County. 



SOUTH CAROLINA- 

contiiiued. 

Darlington 

Dillrm 

Dorchester 

Edgefield 

Fairfield 

Florence 

Gcorccto^vn 

Greenville 

Gri»en\vood 

Hsimpton 

Horry 

Jasper 

Kersliaw 

Lanc^ister 

Laurens 

Lee 

Lexin^on 

McCorrniclc 

Marion 

Marlboro 



Newberry 

Oconee 

Orangeburg.. 

Pickens 

Richland 

Saluda 

Spartanburg. 

Sumter 

Union 

Williamburg. 
York 



SOUTH D.-VKOTA. 



Aurora 

Beadle 

Bennett 

Bon Homme. 

Brookings 

BrowTi 

Brule 



Buffalo 

Bulte 

Campbell. . . 
Charles Mix. 

Clark 

Clay 

Codington... 

Corson 

Custer 

Davidson. .. 

Day 

Deiiel 

Dewey 

Douglas 

Edmunds... 
Fall River... 



Faulk... 
Grant... 
Gregory. 
Haakon. 
Hamlin. 
Hand... 
Hanson . 



Harding 

Hughes 

Hutchinson . 

Hyde 

Jaekson 

Jerauld 



Jones 

Kingsbury. 
Lake 



Lawrence. 
Lincoln . . . 



County superintendent. 



L. W. Dick, Darliugtoa. 
H. M. Moody, Dillon. 
J. A. Parler. St. Georse. 
W. W. Fuller, Ed^elield. 
J. L. BricG, Winnsboro. 
A. H. Gasque. Florence. 
J. \V. Doar, Georgetown. 
M. C. T3arton, Greenville. 
T. E. Doin, Greenwood. 
W. P. Rov>-ers, Hampton. 
E. C. Allen, (,'onway. 
R. R. Tison, Kidgeiaiid. 
AUeu Murchison, Camden. 

A. C. Rowell, Lanca.ster. 
R. T. Wil.son, Laurens. 

B. T. Browne, Bishopville. 
Julius E. Sharpe, Lexington. 
T. J. Price, McCormick. 

&. J. Wall, .Marion. 
A. L. Ea.stcrliiig, Bennetts- 
ville. 

E. H. Aull, Newberry. 
L. C. Spears, VValhalla. 

W. A. Schimy, Oraaj;eburg. 

F. v. Clayton, Fickens. 

G. M. Eleajcr, Columbia. 
F. O. Black, Saluda. 

J. B. Lancaster, Spartanburg. 
J. H. Hayncsworth, Sumter 
F. M. Elierbe, Union. 
W. F. Monlgoraery, Kingstree. 
J. E. Carroll. York. 



Elsie Hooper, Plankinton. 

NclUe Bnisso, Huron. 

Jeltie Shannon, Martin. 

Lillian S. Cooper, Tyndall. 

Mabel K. Trooien, Brookings. 

Lucile J. Trott, Aberdeen. 

Maude E. Boaden, Chamber- 
lain. 

Clara Stroud, Gannvalley. 

Mary Jamison, Bellefourche. 

Leo lianna. Mound City. 

Cora E. Stone, Lake Andes. 

Constance Conner, Clark. 

Nora Silkenson, Vermillion. 

Adah E. Minard, Watcrtown. 

Regina Getman, Mclnto.sh. 

Anna Gillette, Custer. 

Alma T. Leighty, Mitchell. 

Clara N. Hanson, Webster. 

C. G. St. John, Clear Lake. 

Eleanor McVey, Timber Lake. 

.VdeUa D. Hilton, .\rmour. 

Nettie J. Bapp, Ipswich. 

Irene E. Fergu.son, Hot 
Springs. 

Marjory Warner, Faulkton. 

Carrie Leavitt, Milbank. 

Mary E. Ward, Burke. 

Nina Duryca, Philip. 

Charles Arnold, Havti. 

Addie C. Welch, Mailer. 

Grace B. Kleinfelter, Alex- 
andria. 

Eudora V. Stegner, Buffalo. 

Grace E. Matteson, Pierre. 

Caroline M . Waltner, Freeman. 

Henrietta DeWitte, Highmore. 

Blanch P. Carlisle, Kadoka. 

R. H. Crerar, Wessington 
Springs. 

Lucia E. O'Ncil, Murdo. 

Margaret L. McCarty, De Smet. 

Florence N. Mitterling, Madi- 
son. 

Kathryn Ayer-Ewing, Dead- 
wood. 

Maylou M. Rogers, Cautoa. 



County. 



SOUTH DAKOTA- 

continued. 

L.vman 

McCook , 

McPhorson , 

Marshall , 

Meade 

Mellette 

Miner , 

Minnehaha 

Moody , 

Pennington 

Perkins , 

Potter 



County superintendeni:. 



W. C. Gigg, Oacoma. 

Maude Graves, Salem. 

Ruth Rene, Leola. 

Catherine Morris, Britton. 

Marion Fohn.^on, SturgLs. 

Helen Pridy, White RiTer. 

Margaret Anderson, Howard. 

Alma Langhoitt, Sioux Falls. 

Katharina Blilie, Flandreau. 

Irene E. Winkler, Rapid City. 

Mrs. Jessie O. Allen, Bison. 

Prances Carper, Gettysburg. 

Roberts i I'earl F. Robin.son, Sisseton. 

Sanborn Sada C. Post, Woon^ocket. 

Sliiinnon' | W. S. Blish, Pine Ridge. 



Spink. 
Stanley 



Sully 

Todd' 

Tripp 

Turner 

Union 

Walworth 

Washabaugh '. 

Yanklon 

Ziebach 



TENNESSEE. 

.\nderson 

Bedford 



Benton 

Bledsoe. .. 

Bloimt 

Bradley... 
Campbell. 
Cannon. . . 



Carroll 

Carter 

Cheatham. 

Chester 

Claiborne., 



Clay 

Cocke 

Coffee 

Crockett 

Cumberland. 

Da^^dson 

Decatur 

DcKalb 

Diekson 

Dyer. 

Fayette 

Fentress 

Franklin 

Gibson 

Giles 

Grainger 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamblen 

Hamilton... 

Hancock 

Hardeman . . 

Hardin 

Hawkins 

Haywood 

Henderson.. 

Henry 

Hickman 

Houston 

Humphreys. 

Jackson 

Jeffer.son 

Johnson 

Knox 

Lake 

Laudderale. 



Edna M. Cranefleld, Redfield. 
Winifred A. Ziemaun, Fort 

Pierre. 
Fern Spencer, Onida. 
Jacob Metzger, Parmalee. 
Maude Henderson, Winner. 
Joseph Swea.son, Parker. 
Clara J. Hayes, Elk Point. 
Esther Schmockol. Selby. 
J. M. Woods, Kadoka. 
Mabel Holtan, Yankton. 
Hortense M. Bagley, Dupree. 



R. B. Wallace, Clinton. 

Mrs. Britty Williams, Shelby- 
villa. 

William Hollowell, Camden. 

Samuel Hixson, Pikeville. 

H. B. McCall, Maryville. 

E. J. Frazier, Cleveland. 

E. H. Smith, Jacksboro. 

W. G. Hollands worth, Wood- 
bury. 

E. H." Edwards, Huntingdon. 
K. P. Banks, Elizabi>thton. 

G . M . -Middleton , Ashland City. 
J. W. Stewart, Henderson. 
Jas. W. Baldwin, New Taze- 
well. 
B. C. Ledbetter, Colina. 
Roy T. Campbell, Newport. 
L. "E. Summers, Manchester. 
W. B. Jones, Alamo. 
T. E. Marshall, Cross ville. 
W. C. Dodson, Nashville. 
O. K. Holley, Parsons. 
L. L. McDowell, Liberty. 
W. A. White, Cliarlotte. 
N. Dora Bowen, Dycrsburg. 
J. B. Siunmers, Somerville. 
W. R. Storie, Jamestown. 
W. J. Arnold, Winchester. 

F. L. Browning, Trenton. 
B. H. Gaullney, Pulaski. 
H. Q. Farmer, Rutledge. 
Joel N. Pierce, Greoneville. 
J. L. Rollings, .Vltamont. 
J. D. Self, Morristown. 

J. A. Roberts, Chattanooga. 
L. J. Catron, Snoedvilh^ 
Katherine Ingram, Bolivar. 
J. C. Smith, Savatmah. 

E. .\. (Jope, Rogersville. 

F. R. Ogilvie, Brownsville. 
R. E. Powers, Lexington. 
Joe Ronton, Paris. 

J. A. McCord, Centerville. 

D. E. Marable, Erin. 
W. H. Knight, Waverly. 
Estelle Gail breath, Gainesboro. 

E. F. Goddard, Dandridge. 
R. P. Donnelly, xMountain City. 
W. W. Morris, Knoxville. 
Thurman McCain, Tipton villa. 
U. U. McLeod, Ripley. 



* Unorganized counties. 



COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 39 

III. — County and Other Loc.\l Superintendents of Schools — Continued. 



County. 


County superintendent. 


County. 


County superijitendent. 


TENNE.SSEE— con. 
Lawrence 


Virgil G. Holt, Lawrenceburg. 
W. J. Edwards, Hohenwald. 
Jesse J. Hardin, Fayctteville. 
J. T. Henderson, Loudon. 
E. R. Lingerfelt, Athens. 
Terry Abernathy, Selmer. 
W. il. Cook, La Fayette. 
W. A. Malone, Jackson. 
T. R. Hackworth, South Pitts- 
burg. 
Ed F. Liggett, Lewisburg. 
Jno. P. Graham, Culleoka. 
J. H. Arrauts, Decatur. 
H. L. Callahan, Madison ville. 
A. W. Jobe, Clarksville. 
L. H. Wiseman, Lvnchburg. 
A. B. Peters, Wartburg. 
C. F. Fo-.vkr, Union City. 
George 0. Lea, Li\'ingston. 
J. T. DePriest, Linden. 
Ben C. Groce, ByrdstoVn. 
W. B. Rucker, Copperhill. 
Beecher Gentry, Cookcville. 
Walter White, Dayton. 
J. F. Brittain, Kingston. 
Wm. McNeeley, Springfield. 
Jeanuette King, Murfreesboro. 
W. J. Jeffprs, Himtsville. 
W. A. Hixon, Dunlap.' 
O. E. DeLozier, Sevierville. 
Sue Powers, Memphis. 

E. S. Huffines, Carthage. 
W. C. Howell, Dover. 

J. C. Akard, Blountville. 
T. W. Hunter, Gallatin. 
Eugene Younger, Co%dngton. 
Mrs. L. E. McCluskey, Harts- 

ville. 
C. A. MeCanless, Erwin. 
W. H. Thomas, Maynard\dlle. 
C. M. Clark, Spencer. 
H. B. Walker, McMinnville. 
J. C. Berry, Jonesboro. 
Jno. W. Gallien, Waynesboro. 

F. Y. Fuqua, Dresden. 
W. E. Shockley, Sparta. 
Fred. J. Page, FrankUn. 
W. H. Waters, Lebanon. 

W. E. WyUe, Palestine. 
J. M. Speed, Andrews. 
W. A. O'Ciuinn, jr., Lufkin. 
Joe A. Harper, Rockport. 
E. M. Hooper, Archer City. 
E. C. Cayton, Claude. 
Jesse W"eir, Jourdanton. 
Henry Ripple, Bellville. 
R. J. Klurap, Muleshoe. 
A. L. Mansfield, Bandera. 
Fred Haynie, Bastrop. 
Ernest Tibbets, Seymour. 
Fannie Dobie, Beeville. 
P. L. Stone, Belton. 
W. A. Thurman, San Antiono. 
Wm. Martiny, Johnson City. 
J. H. Hannabass, Gail. 
Mrs. Daisy Bible, Meridian. 
J. K. Johnson, Boston. 
E. M. Glasscock, .-Vngleton. 
D.J. McDonald, Bryan. 
M. S. Burke, Alpine. 
Clyde D. Wright, Silverton. 
J. A. Brooks, Falfurrias. 
M. L. Cobb, Brownwood. 
Lee Hensley, Caldwell. 
0. B. Zimmerman, Burnet. 
Leona Dodd, Lockhart. 
Carey Legett, Port Lavaca. 


TEXAS— continued. 
Callahan 


B. G Chri^man B'lirH 


Lewis 


Cameron 


P. D. Kennanicr Rrown<^vilIft 


Lincoln 


Camp 


G. T. Barnes, Pittsburg. 
J. A. Whiteside Panhandla 




Carson 


McMinn 


Cass 

Castro 


J. L. Lovelace, Linden 


McNairy 


Ray ShefTy, Dimmitt. 
Joe F. Willson Anahnac 


Macon 


Chambers 


Madison 


Cherokee 


W. B. Thompson, Rusk. 
Mable Hare, Childress 


Marion 


Cliildress 




Clay 


G. W. McDaniel TTenriptti 


Marshall 


Coehrau 


John H. Doyle, Levelland. 
E.J. Stockton Rohprt T.,pa 


Maury 


Coke ... 


Meigs 

Monroe 


Coleman 




Collin.. 


J. W. Moseley, McKinney. 
E. L. Wynn," Wellington. 
B. H. Meinert, Columbus 


Montgomery 

Moore 


ColUngsworth 

Colorado 


Morgan 


Comal 

Comanche 


Carl Roeper, New Braunfels. 
H. L. Gantz, Comanche 


Obion 


Overton 


Concho 


R. Davenport, Paint Rock. 
Jno. R. Hardy, Gaincs\dlle. 
Lee Johnson, Gatesvillo 




Cooke 


Pickett 


Coryell 


Polk 


Cottle 

Crockett 


Mrs. Edith Jones. Paflucah. 


Putnam 


Chas. E. Davidson Ozona 


Rhea 


Crosby 


Jack Mabe, Crosbyton. 
W. E. Neill, Van Horn. 


Roane 


Culberson 


Robertson 


Dallam 


A. M. Reese, Dalhart 


Rutherford 


Dallas 


H. L. Goerner, Dallas 


Scott 


Dawson 


L. R. WiUiams, Lamesa 


Sequatchie 

Sevier. . . 


Deaf Smith 

Delta 


W. M. Megcrt, Hereford. 
Lillie Carrell, Cooper. 
L. A. Allison, Denton. 


Shelby 


Denton 


Smith 


De Witt 


H. B. Montgomery, Cuero. 
H. A. C. Brummeti Dickens 


Stewart 


Dickens 


Sullivan 


Dimmitt 


Wm. H. Davis, Carrizo 


Sumner 


Donley 


Springs. 


Tipton 


J. L. Bain, Clarendon. 


Trousdale. 


Duval 


G. A. Parr, San Diego. 
Ulala Howard, Eastland. 




Eastland 


Unicoi 


Ector 

Edwards 


J. T. Cross, Odessa. 


Union 


A. P. Allison, RockSDrings. 
A. Dupree Davis, Waxahachie. 
LiUian G. Huggett, El Pa.so. 
J. S. Whisenant, .Stephenville 


Van Buren 


ElUs.. 


Warren 


El Paso 


Washingion 


Erath 


Wayne 


Falls 


F.J. Turner, Marlin. 


Weakley 


Fannin 


F. A. Spencer, Bonhara. 
A. W. Darilek, La Grange. 
J. W. Hale, Roby. 
E. C. Nelson, jr, Floydada. 
Jesse Owens, Crowell. 


White 


Fayette 


Williamson 


Fisher 

Flovd 




Foard 


TEXAS. 


Fort Bend 

FrankUn 


MinnieM. Mayes, Richmond. 
B. O. ShurtletT, Mount Vernon. 




Freestone 

Frio 


A. L. Lucas, FairfleM. 


Andrews 


Mrs. Mena Betts,Pnarsall. 


' Angelina 


Gaines 


T. 0. Stark, Senunole. 


Aransas 


Galveston 


J. L. Hoshal, Galveston. 




Garza 


H. G. Smith, Post. 


Aniislrong 


Gillespie 


Herman Usener, Fredericks- 


Atascosa 


Glasscock 


burg. 


Austin 


U. E. Bailev, Garden City. 




Goliad . . . 


Mrs. Bessie Hayden, G jUad. 
G. E. Bradley, Gonzales. 
John Ay res, Lefors. 
Geo.W. Acton, Sherman. 


Bandera 


Gonzales 


Bastrop 


Gray 


Baylor 


Grayson 


Bee 




S. L. Wilson, Longview. 
George P. Barron, Anderson. 
Max H Weinert Seeuiu 


Bell 


Grimes 


Bexar 


Gaudalupe 

Hale . 


Blanco 


Meade F. Griffin, Plainview. 


Borden 


Hall 


Elsie Bass, Memohis. 


Bosque 


Hamilton 


E. B. Pruitt, jr., 'Hamilton. 


Bowie 

Brazoria .' 


Hansford 

Hardeman 

Hardin. . . 


A. E. Townsend, Hansford. 
Mrs. Frances Bone, Quanah. 


Brazos. . 


R. P. Gibbs, Kountze. 


Brewster. . . 


Harris 


W. W. Higgins, Houston. 


Briscoe 


Harrison . 


J. W. Cj-phers, Marshall. 


Brooks 


Hartley 


W. R. Slaton, Channing. 




Haskell 


Mrs. Ed. Robertson, Haskell. 


Burleson 


Hays 


Wilma Allen, San Marcos. 


Burnet 


Hemphill 

Henderson 

Hidalgo 


J. E. Stephens, Canadian. 
B. P. Smith, Athens. 


Caldwell 




J. S. Bunn, Edinbiurg. 



40 EDUC'ATIONAL, DIRECTORY, 1022-1 D23. 

III. — County .\xn Other Loc.\l Superiktendents of Schools — Continued. 



County. 


County superintendent. 


County. 


County superintendent. 


TEXAS— contd. 
Hill 


Charles Miller, Hillsl)oro. 
John n . Doyle, I.evcUand . 
K. H. Faulkner, riranburv. 

B. V. \auderslice. Sulphur 
Springs. 

Mrs. Gertie Sallas. Crockett. 
J.T.Brooks, Big Spring. 
J. M. Walling. Sierra Hlanca. 
George L. I'attillo, Greenville. 
M. G. Mat his, Plemons. 

D. S. Gentry, Sherwood. 
H. W. Dobsbn, Jacksboro. 
Musa Irbv, Edna. 

T. B. Walters, Jasper. 
R. Barnelt, Fort l)a\is 
Mary Sandell, Beaumont. 
A.M. Brunifield, Hebbronville. 
LelaB.Du Bose, Alice. 
Victor B. Penuel, Cleburne. 
John C. Thompson, Anson. 
Louise Jones, Karnes City. 
Mary E. Nash, Ivaufman". 
J. A. I'hiUips, Boerne. 
J. S. Thornham, Sarita. 
J. Rector Ward, Clairemont. 
J^e Wallace, Kerrville. 
Weaver H. Baker. Junction. 
G. W. Cross, Guthrie. 
John H. Stadler, Braekettville. 
W. H. McCracken. KingsvUle. 
N. S. Kilgore, Benjamin. 
Mysia Robinson, Paris. 
R. C. Hopping, Olton. 
J. Tom Higgins, Lampasas. 
G. A. Welhausen, Cotulla. 
Frank Schoppe, Hallettsville. 

E. Mcintosh, Giddings. 
Mary J. Reed, Centervilie. 
V. W. Carter, Liberty. 

Mrs. Cora Ferguson, Grocsbeck 
W. I-:. Shutterly, Lipscomb. 
T. H. Miller, George West. 
A. E. Moore, Llano. 
Jas. F. Ross, Pecas. 
E. R. Haynes, Lubljock. 
J. W. Elliott, Tahoka. 
I>oula Malone, Madisonville. 
Mrs. M. C. Dannelly, Jefferson. 
John AtchLson, Stanton. 
John T. Banks, .Mason. 
W. T. Pollard, Bay City. 
W. A. Bonnet, Eagle Pass. 
W. M. Deans, Brady. 
H. S. Beard, Waco. 

D. B. Martin, Tilden. 
W. N. Saathoff, liondo. 
J. D. Scruggs, Menard. 
Chas. L. Tvlapprath, Midland. 
Jim F. Chadwick, Cameron. 
L. E. Patterson, Goldthwaite. 
J. C. Hall, Colorado. 

J. J. Harlson, Montague. 
Robert IL Weatherby, Conroe. 
L. W. Wall, Dumas. 
Trma Stokes, Daingerfield. 

C. L. Glenn, Matador. 

E. Maud Lewis, Nacogdoches. 
J. M. McCIung, Corsicana. 

E. A. Lindsey, Newton. 
Minnie E. Fowler, Sweetwater. 
Nat Benton, Corpus Christi. 
J. M. Grigsby, Perryton. 
Jas. E. May, \'ega. 1 
Mrs. H. U. McGill, Orange. 
A. H. Bracheen, Palo Pinto. 
Malcolm Shaw. Carthage. 
C. M. Winstead, AVeatherford. 
James D. Hamlin, Farwell. 
R. D. Blaydes, Fort Stockton. 
A. W. Bulay, Livingston. 


TEXAS— contd. 
Potter 


Laura \. Hamner, Amarillo. 
K. C Miller Marfa 


Hocklev 


Presidio . 


Hoo:i.." 


Rains 

Randall 


J. M. Spencer, Emory. 
Rector L. Lester, Canyon. 
J. S. Youngbloo<l, Leakey. 
W. W. Pittraan, Stiles 


Hopkins 




Real 


Houston 


Reagan 


Howard 

Hudspeth 

Hunt 


Red River 

Reeves 

Refugio 


T. C. Tucker, ClarksviUe. 
Jas. F. Ross, Pecos. 
J. Turner Vance, Refugio. 
J. K. McKende, Miami. 
W. R Goodman Frinklin 


Hutchinson 

1 rion 


Roberts 

Robertson 

Rockwall 

Runnells. 


Jack 

Jackson 


J. W. Ree.'^e. RockwaU. 
John J. Bugg, Ballinger. 
W. IC. Yoimgblood, lienderson 


Jasper 


Rusk 


JelT IJavis 


Sabine . . 


Maggie B. Weatherred, Hemp^ 
hill. 


Jp (Terson 


San Augustine 

San Jacinto 

San Patricio 

San Salia 


Jim Ho.eg 

Jim Wells 


Mrs. Ida Woods, San Augus- 
tine. 


Johnson 


D. M. Love, Cold Springs. 
Mrs. Susan Sipes, vSinton. 
G. L. Huckaby. San Saba. 


Jones 


Kamcs 


Kaufman 


Schleicher 


W. F. Ford, I-'l Dorado 


Kendall 


Scurry 


Nealy Sojuyres. Snyder. 


Kenedv 

Kent.." 


Shacheltord 

Shelby 

Shernian 


Richard Dvess. Albany. 
W. M. Chandler, Center. 


Kerr 


E. G. Pendleton, Stratford. 


Kiml le 


Smith 


R. S. Boulter, Tyler. 


King. 


Somervell 


Cecil Collings, Glen Rose. 


Kinney 


Starr 


Sam P. Vale, Rio Grande City 
Mrs. Ula Brockman, Brecken. 


Kleberg 


Stephens 


Knox 


Sterling 


ridge. 


l^amar 


B. F. Brown, Sterling City. 
E. M. Trammell, Aspermont, 


].^mb 


Stonewall 


Lampasas 


Sutton 


Alvis Jolmson, Sonora. 


La Salle 


Swisher 


W. A. Graham, Tulia. 


3..avaca 


Tarrant 


B. Carroll. Fort Worth. 


Lee 


Tavlor 


M. A. Williams. Abilene. 


Leon 


Terrell 


G. J. Henshaw. Sanderson. 


I-iberty 

Limestone 

Lipscomb 


Terrv 


D. J. Broughton, Brownfield. 


Throckmorton 

Titus 


J. L. Smith. Throckmorton. 
F. I. Ward, Mount Pleasant. 


Live Oak 

Llano 


Tom Green 

Travis 


T. W. Parker, San Angelo. 
Leon G. Halden, Austin. 


Loving 


Trinity 


W. A. Reese, Groveton. 


Lubbock 


Tvler." 


Bron-son C. Howell, Woodville. 


Lvnn 


Upslnir 

T'pton 

Uvalde 

Val Verde 


G. W. McPeek, Gilmer. 


Madison 


J. D. Patterson, Rankin. 


Marion 

Martin 


Mamie .Vnthon, Uvalde. 
Robert Htmnicutt, Del Rio. 


Mason 


Van Zandt 

A'ictoria 


G. D. Staton, Canton. 


Matagorda 

Maverick 


Mrs. Blanche C. Thomas, Vic- 


Walker 


toria. 


McC'alloch 


H. A. McAdams. Hunts\-ille. 


McLennan 


Waller. 


Adic-e Cameron. Hempstead. 


Mc.Mullen 


Ward 


E. W. Sweatt, Barstow. 


}iledina 


Washington 

Webb 


Fredcricke Turner, Brenham. 


Afpnard 


B. Richardson, Laredo. 


>lidland . . 


Wharton 


Elizabeth Mclver, AVharton. 


Milam 


Wheeler 

Wichita 


L. D. Miller, Wheeler. 


Mills 


Burl Brvant, Wichita Falls. 


Mitchell.. 


Wilbarger 


L. A. Hollar, Vernon. 


I^Iontugue 


Willacy 


S. L. Gill, Ravmondville. 


Montgomery 

Moore. 


Williamson 

Wilson 


Marv S. Sanders, Georgetown. 
J. E". Swift, Floresville. 


!M orris 


Winkler 


S. M. Holley, Kermit. 


Motley 


Wise 


Mrs. Effle Price, Decatur. 


Kacogdoches 

Navarro . 


Wood 


J. U. Searcv, Quitman. 


Yoakum 


R. P. Moreland, Plains. 


Newton 


Yoimg 


H. H. .\vants, Graham. 


Nolan. 


Zapata 


J. M. Sanchez, Zapata. 


Nueces 


Zavala 


N. H. Hunt, Crystal City. 


Ochiltree 

Oldhjim 


UTAH. 

Beaver 




Orange 




Palo Pinto. 


J. Frank Dav, Beaver. 


Panola 


Boxelder 


C. H. Skidmore, Brigham. 


Parker 


Cache 


R. V. Larson, Logan. 


Parmer 


Carbon 


D. C. Woodward, jr.. Price. 


Peco« 


Daggett 


Paul C. Miner, Manila. 


Polk 


Davis 


H. C. Burton, Farmington. 



COUNTY SCHOOL SrPERINTENDENTS. 41 

III. — County and Other Local Superintendents of Schools — Continued. 



County. 


County superintendent. 


County. 


County superintendent. 


UTAH— continued. 




UTAH— continued. 


" 


Duchesne 


James H. Moore, Duchesne. 
A. L. Leonard, Huntington. 


Sampete: 

North dist 




Emerv 


J. W. Anderson, Mt. Pleasant. 


Garfield 


F. G. Gardiner. Panguitch. 
D. S. L. McCorkle, Moab. 


South dist 

San Juan 


E. T. Reid. Manti. 


Grand 


Parley Woolsey, Blanding. 
A. J. Ashman, Riclifleld. 


Iron 


H. Claude Lewis, Cedar City. 


Se\'ier 

Summit: 


Juab: 

Juab dist 

Tmtic dist 




Ray Stewart, Nephi. 
I. L. Williamson, Eureka. 
D D. Rust, Kanab. 
Alonzo Huntsman, Fillmore. 
J. R. Tippetts. Morgan. 
D. H. Robmson, Jimction. 
G. H. Weston, Laketown. 


North dist 

South dist 

Tooele 


David H. Fowler, CoalviUe. 
Howard V. Alston, Kamas. 
E. M. Reid, Tooele. 


Kane 


Uhitah 


TT_1 n y~M _ TT » 




Meber S. Olsen, Vernal. 


Millard 


Utah: 

Alpine dist 

Nebo dist 

1 Wasatch 




Morgan 

Piute 


J. H. Walker, American Fork, 


Rjch 


A. C. Peterson, Spanish Fork. 




D. A. Broadtent, Heber City. 
W. 0. Bentley, jr., St. George. 


Salt Lake: 




Washington 


Granite dist. . . 


D. W. Parratt, Salt Lake City 
D. C. Jensen, Sandy, R. F. D. 2 


Wa>Tie 


Joseph Hicknian, Bicknell. 
B. A. Fowler, Ogden. 


Jordan dist — 


Weber . 


Supervision 
district. 


District superintendent. 


Supervision 
district. 


District superintendent. 


VERMONT. 




VERMOKT— contd. 




Addison County: 




Caledonia 




Northwest dis- 


H. E. Jackman. 


County— Contd. 




trict. 




North Central 


Martin E. Daniels, Lyndon 


Addison, 




district. 


ville. 


Fei-r i s b u r g, 




Lyndon \ille 




M n k t n', 




I., Lyndou 1., 




Pant on, Ver- 




Lyndon T., 




geime.s, Wal- 




ICirby, Shef- 




tham. 




field," Whee- 






W. A. Beebe, Bristol. 


lock. 




trici. 
Bristol, 
Stark s b r 0, 




South Central 
district. 
B a r n e t , 
Peaeham, 
Walden, Wa- 
terford, Dan- 
viUe. 


Harvey Burbank, Danville. 


Lincoln, New 
Haven. 
Central district. 
Cornwall, 


Arthur W. Eddy, Middlebury. 










T., Middle- 




South district. . 


Edwin S. Boyd, Vvells River. 


bury I., Rip- 




Wells River 




t n, W e y - 




I., Newbury, 




bridge, Salis- 




Grot on, Rye- 




bury. 




gate. 




Southwest dis- 
trict. 
Shoreham, 
Bridport, Or- 
wel), Benson, 
West Haven. 


V. G. Smith, Orwell. 


Chittenden 
County: 

East district . . . 
Richmond, 
Jericho, L'n- 
derhill I., Vn- 


E. L. Clark, Richmond. 


Bennington 
County: 




derhill T., Bol- 
ton. 




Central district. 


B. P. Hamlin, Manchester. 




Arlington, 




Central district. 


Minnie E. Hays, Essex Junc- 


Sunderland, 




Essex Junc- 


tion. 


Manchester, 




tion I., Essex 




Sandgate, 




T., Williston, 




Dorset. 




Winooski I., 




Southwest dis- 


A. W. Varney, Bennington. 


Colchester. 




trict. 
Bennington 
T., Glaston- 
bury, North 
P w n a 1 , 
North Ben- 
nington, Pow- 
nal. Shafts- 




South district. . 
Shelburne, 
Charlotte, 
South Burl- 
ington, St. 
George, Hunt- 
ington, Hines- 
burg. 


Burnham A. Colby, Shelburne. 


bury, Wood- 






ford. 




Essex County: 




Caledonia County: 




North district. . 


B. E. Stover, North Stratford, 


North district . . 


Eugene K. Currie, West Burke. 


Canaan, 


N.H. 


West Burke 




Brighton, Nor- 




L, Burke T., 




ton, Leming- 




Sutton, New- 




ton, Bl oom- 




ark, East, Ha- 




field, B r u n s- 




ven. 




wick. 





42 EDUCATION AX. DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

in. — County and Other Local Superintendents op Schools — Continued. 



SupervisioQ 
district. 



District superintendent. 



VERMONT— COntd. 

Essex County— 
Continued. 
South distrid. . 

Limeuburg, 
Concord, 
Victory, 
G r a n b y , 
Guildhall, 
Maidstone. 
Franklin County: 
yorthwest dis- 
trict. 

Pwanton, 
Hisheate, St. 
Albans T., 
Geortrta, Mil- 
ton T., Milton 
I.. Westford. 
Central district. 

Enosburg 
Falls I., Enos- 
b u r g T., 
Franklin, 
Sheldon. 
Northeast dis- 
trict. 

Richf ord, 
B e r k s i r e 
Montgomery. 
Fair/ai district. 

Fairfax. 
Grand Isle County: 
Grand Isle dis- 
trict. 

Albur?, Isla 
La M o 1 1 e , 
North Hero, 
South Hero, 
Grand Isle. 
Lamoille County: 
North district . . 

Waterville, 
B e Ividere, 
Eden, Johnson, 
Cambridge, 
Fletcher. 
South district . . 

Morristown, 
Stowe, El- 
more, Hyde 
Park, Wolcott. 
Orange County: 
East diHrict.. . 

Bradford, 
Fairlee, Ver- 
shire,Corinth, 
Coolc\iIle I., 
Topsham. 
Northwest dis- 
trict. 

Chelsea, 
Williamstown, 
Washington, 
Orange. 
Southwe-it dis- 
trict. 

Randolph I., 
Randolph T., 
Brookfield, 
Braintree. 
Southeast dis- 
trict. 

Thetford, 
West Fairlee, 
Strafford, Nor- 
wich, Sharon. 



S. C. Harding, Concord. 



Homer E. Hunt, Swanton. 



Frederick W. Wallace, Enos- 
burg Falls. 



Edwin F. Greene, Richford. 

L. H. Bums, Fairfax. 
Fred E. CargiU, Alburg. 



Supervision 
district. 



District superintendent. 



H. W. Thomas, Johnson. 



Leonard D. Smith, MorrisTille. 



D. B. Locke, Bradford. 



M. A. Outland, Wllllamstown. 



Geo. W. Patterson, Randolph. 



C. Harold Risley, Strafford. 



VERMONT— COntd. 

Orleans Cmmty: 
Norihivest dis- 
trict. 

North Troy, 
Troy, Jay, 
W e s t fi e 1 d , 
Lowell, Coven- 
try, Irasburg, 
Newport T., 
Newport Ctr. 
North dklrict . . 

Derby, Hol- 
land, .\iorgan. 
Ccmral district. 

Barton I., 
Orleans I., 
Barton T., 
Glover. Alba- 
ny, Charleston, 
Westmore, 
Brownington. 
South district. . 

Hard wick I., 
Hardwick T., 
Stannard, 
Craftsbury, 
Greensboro. 

Rutland County: 
North district . . 

Brandon I., 
Brandon T., 
Hubbardton, 
Sudbury, 
Whiting, Lei- 
cester, Goshen, 
Chittenden, 
Pittsford. 
Central district. 

Castleton, 
West Rutland 
Ira, Fair Ha- 
ven T., Fair 
Haven I., Rut 
land T. 
Southwest dis- 
trict. 

Poultney, 
Wells, Middle- 
town Springs, 
Pawlet, Ru- 
pert. 
South district.. 

Wallingford, 
Mendon,Clar- 
endon. Tin- 
mouth, Danby, 
Mt. Tabor. 

Washington 
County: 

Northeast dis- 
trict. 

Cabot.Calais, 
Wo o d b u r V, 
Marshfield, 
East -Mont- 
pelier. Plain- 
field. 
Central district. 

North field 
I., North field 
T., Roxburv, 
Berlin, Mid- 
dlese.x, Wor- 
cester. 



O. L. Dugan, Newport Ctr. 



Ernest A. Hamilton, Newport. 



C. J. Batchelder, Barton. 



Clarence L. Cowles, Craftsbury. 



Ernest 0. Ham, Brandon. 



Philip R. Leavenworth, Castle- 
ton. 



Carlton D. Howe, Poultney. 



Mary A. Murphy, Wallingford. 



Walter B. Lance, Plalnfield. 



Charles P. McKnlght, North- 
field. 



COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 43 

III. — County and Other Local Superintendents of Schools — Continued. 



Supervision 
district. 


District superintendent. 


Supervision 
district. 


District superintendent. 


VER MONT— COntd . 




VERMONT— iontd. 




Washingt on 




WiNdbamCounty- 




County— Contd. 




Continued. 




Wes:, (li^:ricl ... 


M. H. Willis, Waterbury. 


Westminster 


Clayton L. Erwin, Bellows 


Waterbury, 




district. 


Falls. 


D u X b u r y , 




Westminster. 




Fayston, War- 




Windsor County: 




ren, Waits- 




North district . . 


Philo G . Noon, South Royal ton. 


field, 




Bethel I., 




Moretown. 




Bethel T., 




Barre Town 


Waldo Glover, Barre. 


Royal ton. 




dn'rici. 




Timbridge. 




Barre Town. 




Centra} district. 


Evelyn L. Fuller, Woodstock. 


Windliara County: 




Woodstock, 




KoTthwtst dis- 


F. R. Adams, South London- 


Bridgewater, 




trict. 


derry. 


Barnard, 




London- 




Pomfret, Hart- 




derry, Weston, 




land. 




Wiahail, Peru, 




Sovth district.. 


Percy H. Blake, Chester. 


Landgrove, 




Chester, 




Jamaica, 




Weathersfield, 




Windham. 




Cavendish, 




Centraldistrict. 


Guy W. Powers, Athens. 


Duttonsville 




New fane, 




I., Baltimore, 




Townsh end, 




A n d V e r , 




Dover, Wards- 




West Windsor, 




boro, Grafton, 




Reading. 




.\thens, Brook- 




West district... 


Geo. B. Whitney, Ludlow. 


line, Stratton, 




Ludlow, 




Marlboro. 




Plymouth, Mt. 




Southeast dis- 


Ethel A. Eddy, Brattleboro 


Holly, Shrews- 




trict. 




bury. 




Dummers- 




Northwest dis- 


L. L. Chamberlain, Rochester. 


ton, Guilford, 




trict. 




Halifax, Put- 




Rochester I., 




nev. Vernon. 




Rochester T., 




Southwest dis- 


Frank E. Sawyer, Wilmington. 


Hancock, 




trict. 




Granville, 




Wilmineton, 




Pittsfleld, 




Whittingham, 




Sherburne, 




Reads b o r o , 




Stockbridge. 




S tamf ord , 




Windsor dis- 


E. K. Boak, Windsor. 


Somerset , 




trict. 




Searsburg. 




Windsor. 





County. 


County superintendent. 


County. 


County superintendent. 


VIRGINIA. 

Accomac 


G. C. Jo3mes, Onancock. 

A. L. Bennett, Charlottesville. 

Fletcher Kemp, Rosslyn. 

J. G. Jeter, Covington. 

W. R. Wrigglesworth, Black- 
stone. 

W. L. Tucker, Amherst. 

N. R. Featherston, Appomat- 
tox. 

F. M. Somerville, Staunton. 

E. Carl Hoover, Carloover. 

C. M. Abbott, Bellevue. 

J. A. Wagner, Bland. 

E, A. Painter, Fiucastle. 

W. B. Valentine, Lawrence- 
viUe. 

M. L. Combs, Grundy. 

John A. Twymau, Winglna. 

J. J. Fray, Gladys. 

W. A. Vaughan, Bowling 
Green. 

J. Lee Cox, Woadlawn. 

Herman L. Harris, Toano. 

E. H. Hall, Drakes Branch. 
T. C. Williams, Chester. 

L. D. Kline, Winchester. 

F. H. Huffman, Captain. 
T. W. Hendricks, Culpeper. 


viRGiNT A— contd . 

Cumberland 

Dickenson 

Dinwiddle 

Elizabeth City.... 
Essex . . . , 


R. M. Tisinger, Cumberland. 


Albemarle 

Alexandiia 

Alleghany 

Amelia 


D. D. French, Clintwood. 

J. H. Duane, Ford. 

J. H. Brent, Hampton. 

W. G. Rennolds, Center Cross. 


Amherst 


Fairfax 

Fauquier 

Flovd 


M. D. Hall, Burke. 

F. O. Smith, Warrentoa. 


Appomattox 

Augusta 


Isaac L. Epperlv, Floyd. 


Fluvanna 

FrankUn 


T. H. Shepherd," Wilmington. 
R. A. PrUlaman, Rocky Mount. 


Bath 


Frederick 


(See Clarke.) 


Bedford 

Eland 

Botetourt 


Giles 

Gloucester 

Goochland 

Grayson 


R. H. Farrier, Newport. 
J. W. Kennev, Bena. 
Stuart C. Cottrell, Cardwell. 


Brunswick 


Kyle T. Cox, Independence. 
A. W. YoweU, Peola Mills. 
Henry Maclin, North Emporia. 
H. J."Watkins, South Boston. 


Buchanan 

Buckingliam 


Greene 

Greensville 

Halifax 


Campbell 


Hanover 


J. Walton Hall, Ashland. 


Caroli ne 


Henrico 


A. C. Cooper, Richmond, Hen- 


Carroll 


Henry 


rico Court House. 
W. B. Gates, Martinsville. 


Charles City 

Charlotte 

Chesteifleld 

Clarke 


Highland 


R. E. Mauzy, Hightown. 


Isle of Wight 

James City 

Iving and Queen. . 

Iving George 

King William 


L. T. Hall (acting), Windsor. 
(See Charles City.) 
(See Essex.) 


Craig 

Culpeper 


Mary Harwood, King George. 
R. M. BeU, Enfield. 



44 EDUl'AT^O^:AL PIRKC^TOTIY, li>22-K)23. 

III. — ♦"'oiNTV Avn Ophkr Loc.vl Superintendents of Schools — Continued. 



County. 



County superintendent. 



VIRGINIA— contd. 

I^Ancaster 

Lee 

Loudoun 

Louisa 

Lunenburg 

Ma'iisou 

Malhows 

Mpfklenburg 

Middlesex 

Monlgomerv 

Nanseniond 

Kelson 

New Kent 

Norfolk 

Northampton 

Northumberland. , 

Nolioway 

Orange.. 

Pa^e 

Patrick 

Pittsylvania 

Powhatan 

Princ« Edward . . , 

Prince George 

Princ4?ss Aune... . 
Prince AVilliam. . 

Pulaski 

Rappahanuot'k — 

Kichmond 

Koanoke 

Rockbridge 

Itockingham 

Russell , 

Scott 

Shenandoah , 

Smyth , 

Southampton 

Spotsylvania 

Stafford 

Surry 

Sussex 

Tazewell 

Warren 

Warwick 

Washington 

Westmoreland . . . 

Wise 

W^'the 

York 



W.^..SHINGTON. 

Adams , 

Asotin , 

Benton , 

("helan , 

Clallam , 

Clarke , 



Cohimbia . 
Cowlitz.. . 
Douglas. . . 



Ferry 

Franklin 

•"•arfield 

Grant 

Grays Harbor. 



Island... 
Jefferson. 

King 

Kitsap . . . 
Kittitas.. 
Klickitat. 



Frank W. I^wis. Moraltico. 
W. A. Wygal, Jonesville. 
O. L. Eraerick, Purcellville. 
Frank T. West, Louisa. 

A. B. Wilson, Victoria. 
(See GreeTie.) 

G. <;. Aiiderton. Saluda. 

C. B. Green. Boydton. 
(See Mathews.) 

E. S. Hagan. Christiansbnrg. 
R. Moore Williams, Driver. 
W. E. Kidd, Lovingston, 
(See Charles City.) 

James Hurst, Norfolk. 

D. W. Peters, Cai)e Charles. 
(See Ivancasler.) 

(See Amelia.) 

C. P. Cowherd, Goidonsville. 
John H. Booton, Luray. 
J. Fay Reynolds, Stuart. 

F. B." Watson, jr., Chatham. 
P. C. Williams, Fine Creek 

Mills. 

T. J. Mcllwaine, Hampden- 
Sidncv. 

R. IC. rtoke. Hopewell. 

J. H. Carroll, Oceana. 

Chas. R. .McDonald, Gaines- 
ville. 

E. L. Darst. Dublin. 

H. D. Hite, Front Royal. 
Blake T. Newton. Hague. 
R. K. Cook, Salem. 
R. M. Irby, Lexington. 
J. C. Myers, Harrisonburg. 
R. N. Anderson, Lebanon. 
■\V. D. Smith, Gate City. 
C. V. Shoemaker, Woodstock. 

B. E. Copeiihavcr, Marion. 
Rolicrt >I. Newton, Franklin. 
J. H. Chiles, Fredericksburg. 
W. D. Peyton, Fredericksburg, 

R. F. D. 2. 
L. N. Savedge. Alliance. 
W. W. Edwards, Vale. 

A. S. Greever, Tazewell. 
(See Rappahannock.) 

B. C. Charles, Denbigh. 

W. J. Edmundson, Abingdon. 

(See Richmond.) 

J. J. Kelly, jr., Wise. 

J. A. C. Hurt, Wytheville. 

(See Warwick.) 



Olive M. Hoffhine, Rilzville. 
M. Kathryn Pharis, Asotin, 
.). W. Gilkey, Prosser. 

E. C. Bowersox, Wenatchee. 
Ina M. McNutt. Port Angeles. 
Chester F. Bemiett, Van- 
couver. 

Bertha E. Windust, Dayton. 
Joseph Gardner, Kalama. 
Mrs. Annie M. Walker, Water- 

villc. 
Eva Hane, Republic. 
Edith K. Peck, Pasco. 
Belva L. Ball, Pomeroy. 
J. Elmer Bovey, Ephrata. 
Geneva A. Johnson, Monte- 

sano. 

F. D. Newberry, Coupeville. 
Edith Delanty, Port Town- 
send. 

Thos. E. Hul.se, .Seattle. 
W. G. Callow, Port Orchard. 
Mrs. Dora W. Lee. Ellensburg. 
C. M. Ryman, Goldendale. 




WASHIKGTON- 

continued. 



Lewis 

Lincoln. .. 
Mason .... 
Okanogan. 
Pacific. . . . 



Pend Oreille. 

Pierce 

San Juan 

.Skagit 



Skamania 

Snohomish 

Spokane 

Stevens 

Thurston 

Wahkiakum 



WaUaW^alla. 
Whatcom 



Whitman 

Yakima 



WE.ST VIRGIXIA. 



Barbour. 
Berkeley. 



Boone 

Braxton 

Brooke 

Cabell 

Calhoun 

Clay 

Doddridge . 

Fayette 

Gibncr 

Grant 

Greenbrier. 
Hampsliiie. 
Hancock... 



Hardy . . . 
Harrison . 



Jat'kson 

Jefferson 



Kanawha . 



Lewis 

Lincoln 

Logan 

Marion 

Marshall 



Mason . 



Mercer 

Mineral 

Mingo 

Monongalia. 

Monroe 

Morgan 



McDowell. . . 

Nicholas 

Ohio 

Pendleton . . 
Pleasants... 
Pocahontas. 

Preston 

Putnam 

Raleigh 

Randolph... 

Ritchie 

1 Roane 



County superintendent. 



Z. May Meighen, Chehalis. 

W. S. Shelton, Davenport. 

Mrs. .lean T. Fredson, Shelton. 

M. Brinkerhoff, Okanogan. 

Mrs. Arepta Murdock, South 
Bond. 

Charlotte Spalding, Newport. 

Mrs. Minnie D. Bean, Tacoma. 

F. W. Cobb, Friday Harbor. 

Enmia RatclifTe, Mount Ver- 
non. 

W. E. Miller, Stevenson. 

J. A. Jacobson, Everett. 

F. V^. Ye.iger, Spokane. 

W. O. Cummings, Colville. 

C. L. Carroll, Olympia. 

Mrs. May B. Watkins, Cath- 
lamct. 

Mary Gilliam, Walla Walla. 

Mrs. .Tenuie M. Robin, Belling- 
ham. 

H. A. Ellis, Colfax. 

Mae L. Mark, Yakima 



E. A. Hunt, Philippi. 

Palmer Keesecker, Martins- 
burg. 

M. T. Miller, Madison. 

W. B. Golden, Flat woods. 

S. C. Underwood, Wellsburg. 

Edward Mays, Huntington. 

T. C. Cain, Grantsville. 

R. E. Slack, Clay. 

H. D. Snider, West Union. 

J. T. Peters, Fayetteville. 

Dallas C. Bailey, Glenville. 

H. F. Groves, Petersburg. 

L. O. Ilaynes, Lewisburg. 

Arthur Slonakcr. Dillons Run. 

H. O. MiUer, New Cumber- 
land. 

E. A. Hawse, Baker. 

Howard W. Van Scoy, Clarks- 
burg. 

W. C. Casto, Ripley. 

Isaac N. Bonham, Summit 
Point. 

Geo. W. Jenkins, jr., Charles- 
ton. 

Wade Linger, Weston. 

G. L. Pauley, Hamlin. 

E. F. Skaggs, Logan. 

I. A. Barnes, Fairmont. 

H. E. Carmichael, Moimds- 
ville. 

Alonzo C. Kelly, Point Pleas- 
ant. 

Clyde Maxey, Princeton. 

Luke McDowell, Keyser. 

Floyd Evans, Kerrmt. 

Lynn Hastings, Morgantown. 

O. R. Houchin.s, Alderson. 

Jesse R. Tyson, Berkeley 
Springs. 

W. C. Cook, Welch. 

L. O. Bobbitt, Summersville. 

J. H. Lazear, WheeUng. 

John A. Fultz, Franklin. 

G. C. McTaggarl, St. Marys. 

Douglass McNeill, Marlinton. 

D. K. Mason, Kingwood. 

W. W. Smith. Paradise. 

Otwav F. Cooke, Beckley. 

Troy B. Wilmoth, Elkins. 

J. F. Hatfield, Harrisville. 

B. Frank Jarvis, Spencer. 



COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERIXTENDENTS. 45 

III. — County^ axd Othkr Loc.\l Superintekdexts of Schools — Continued. 



County. 


County superintendent. 


County. 


County superintendent. 


WEST VIRGINIA— 

continued. 


Lee Harper, Hinlon. 
W. E. Leach. Grafton. 
R. E. King, Parsons. 
C. R. Ingram, Middlebourne. 
W. O. Hinkle. Buekhannon. 
W. H. Peters, Wayne. 
Sampson N. Miller, Webster 
Springs. 

F. M. Tuttle. Xew Martins- 
yille. 

Leonard C. Dailey, Elizabeth. 
Lawrence C. White, Parkers- 
burg 

G. B. McGraw, Pineville. 

Mis. Mary Brearey, Friendship. 
Thomas 'F. O'ConneU, Ash- 
land. 
Regina Kohten, Barron . 
Jessie N. Smith, Washbiun. ! 
E. A. Seymour, Green Bay. 
H. H. Liebenberg, Alma. 
O. H. Caspers, Grant sburg. , 
Mathilda Horn, Chilton. 
Anna Johnson, Chippewa Falls 
O. J. Thompson, Neillsyille. 
Laura B. Jamieson, Portage. 
A. F. Schoouover, Gays Mills. 

Syhanus Ames, Stoughton. 

Thos. S. Thompson, Mount 
Horeb. 

John Kelley, Juueau. 

ICatharine Conley, Sturgeon 
Bay. 

Vera C. Rehnstrand, Superior. 

Earle Edes, Menomonie. 

Lillia E. Johnson, Eau Claire. 

Mrs. G. W. Kinnear, Florence. 

Orson S. Morse, Fond du Lac. 

A. R. Anklam, Crandon. 

P. E. Ralph, Lancaster. 

John N. Burns, Monroe. 

George V. Kelley, Princeton. 

Alma Heldstab,"Dodgeville. 

Ida Bradley, Hurley. 

Mae E. Hardie, Black River 
Falls. 

A.J. Thome, Jefferson. 

Leah L. Diehl, Mauston. 

J. J. Kerwln, Silver Lake. 

Thos. Frawle5', Kewaunee. 

Mrs. Blanche Chamberlain, 
La Crosse. 

W.W. Woolworth, Darlington. 

Bertha Moss, Antigo. 

W. S. Freeman, Merrill. 

Lillian L. Chloupek, Mani- 
towoc. 

J. E. Giessel, Wausau. 

Mrs. Gertrude .Schwittay, 
Marinette. 

Samuel Long, Montello. 

E. T. Griffin, Milwaukee. 


VTSCONSIK— contd. 
Monroe 


Harriet Hut son. Sparta. 
San ford \'. Wilson, Oconto 


SnTTiTnors 


Oconto 


Taylor 


Oneida 


Martha Johnson, Rhinelander. 


Tucker 


Outagamie 

Ozaukee 


Florence Jenkins, Appleton. 


Tyler 


Richard F. Beger, Fredonia. 
Cynthia Carhs e. Durand. 


Upshur 


Pepin 

Pierce 


Wavne 


H. B. Aasterud, Ellsworth. 




Polk 


Evelyn Weed, Balsam Lake. 




Portage 


.A.lice Gordon, Stevens Point 


AVetzel 


Price 


Mrs. Ida Ehle, Phillips. 
Edith McEachron Union 




Racine 


Wirt 


Richland 


Grove. 


A\'ood 


R. B. Nolan, Richland Center. 




Rock 


O. D. Antisdel Tancsville 


A^'vomintr 


Rusk 


R. H. Bums, Ladvsmith. 




St. Croi-x 


H. A. \tinp Baldwin 


WISCON'SIX. 


Sauk 

Sawyer 


.Jessie Martiny, Baraboo. 
Mrs. Josephine Grafton, Hay- 
ward. 
L. D. Roberts. Shawano. 
H. C. Dombush, Plymouth. 
Emma M. Lupinsky, Medford. 
Helen M. Berg, Whitehall. 


Adams 

Ashland 

!B?rron 


Shawano 

Sheboygan 

Taylor 


Bayfield 


Trempeleau 

Vernon 


Brown 


George E. Sanford, Viroaua 


Buffalo 


Vilas 


-Arthur J. Austin, Eagle River. 
Helen Martin, Elkhom 


BurnelT 


Walworth 


Calumet 


Washburn 

Washington 

Waukesha 

Waupaca 


Lucv A. Leonard, Shell Lake. 


Chi])pewa 


M. T. Buckley, West Bend. 


Clark 


G. B. Rhoads, Waukesha. 


Columbia 


Mrs. E. W. Gurley, Waupaca. 
Arthur Dietz, Wautoma 




Waushara 


Dare: 

First di'^i 


Winnebago 

Wood 


R. E. Sanders, Oshkosh. 
Ruth Bennett Wisconsin 


Second dist. .. 
Dodge 


WYOMING. 

Albany 


Rapids. 


Doo*" 


Mrs. N. Artisee Erickson, La"- 




Big Horn 


amie. 
Mrs. Bertha K. Van Devender, 


Dunn 


Campbell 

Carbon 


Basin. 


Eau Claire 


J. M. Hansan, Gillette. 
Helen M. Irving, Rawlins. 
Marcia Hollinrake, Douglas. 
Mrs. Barbara O. Mahulsen, 

Sundance. 




Converse 


Forest 

Grant 


Crook 

Fremont 


Green 


Bessie Benson, Lander. 




Goshen 


Mrs. Lulu C. Koenig, Torring- 
ton. 


Iowa 


Hot Springs 

Johnson 


Iron 


Mrs. M^Ta F. Skelton, Ther- 


Jackson 


mopolis. 




Mrs. Margaret L. Smith, Buf- 
falo. 

Anna M. Dobbin, Cheyenne. 

Mrs. Grace Grantage, Kem- 
merer. 

May Hamilton, Casper. 

C. W. Pfeifer, Lusk. 


JelTerson 


Laramie 


Kenosha 

Kewaunee 

La Crosse. . . 


Lincoln 

Natrona 




Niobrara 




Park 


Mrs. Minnie Williams, Codv. 


Langlade 


Platte 


Edith M. Hawes, Wheatla'nd. 


1/lncoln 


Sheridan 

Sweetwater 

Uinta 


Mrs. Sadie F. Lamb, Sheridan. 


Manitowoc 

Marathon 


Mrs. Miriam W. Shedden, 

Rocksprings. 
Mrs. Jennie 41. Isherwood, 

Evanston. 
Mrs. Angeline Wild, Worland. 


Marinette 


Washakie 


Marquette 


Weston 


Mrs. Frances McD. Harlow, 


Milwaukee 




Newcastle. 



2G714°— 23- 



46 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

IV. — Superintendents of Pubuc Schools in Cities ano Towns, 



City. 



ALABAMA. 

Ala'-ama City. 

Albany 

Andalusia 

Anniston 

Athens 

AUalia 

Uessouier 

Biniiinijhara... 

Urpwton 

Brighton 

Carbon Hill 

Decatur 

Dpniojiolis 

Dothan 

Knt,>rr,ris6 

Eufi-.uia 

Fainiold 

Floraia 

Florence 

GadsUcn.. 

Girard 

Greenville 

Hunts\dle 

Jasper 

Lauett 

Mobile 

Montgomery... 

Opelika 

Ozark 

Phoenix 

Piedmont 

Roanoke 

Selma 

Sheffield 

Talladega 

Troy 

Tuscaloosa 

Tuscumbia 

Union Springs. 

ALASKA. 

Juneau 

AEIZO>fA. 



Bisbee 

CUfton.... 
Douglas. . 
Flagslaflf. 
Glendale. 
Globe.... 
Jerome. .. 

Mesa 

Miami 

Morenci.. 
Xogales... 
Phoenix.. 
Prcscott . . 
Tucson... 
Win.slow. 
Yuma 



AEKAN3AS. 



ArkBdelphia. 

BatpsviUe 

Benton 

BlytheviUe.. 

Brinkley 

Camden 

Clarendon... 

Conway 

Crossett 

Dp Queen 

El Dorado. . . 
Fayette ville. 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



.5; 

3, 
3, 

18, 
178, 
2, 
3, 
2, 
4, 
2, 

10, 
3, 
4, 
5, 
2, 

10, 

14, 
4, 

3, 

8, 

3, 

4, 

60, 

43, 

4, 

2, 

5, 

2, 

3, 

15, 

i. 
.5; 

3, 
4. 



432 

(w2 
023 
734 
32;i 
462 
674 
S06 
682 
665 
666 
752 
779 
034 
013 
939 
003 
633 
529 
737 
942 
471 
018 
246 
976 
777 
4(i4 
960 
518 
4:52 
645 
841 
589 
682 
546 
696 
996 
855 
125 



3,058 



9,205 
4,ia3 
9,916 
3,186 
2, 737 
7,044 
4,030 
3,036 
6,689 
7,501 
5,199 

29,053 
5,010 

20,292 
3,730 
4,2.37 



3,311 
4,299 
2,933 
6,447 
2,714 
3,238 
2,638 
4,564 
2,707 
2,517 
3,887 
5,362 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



K. J. Gilbert. 
U. W. Cowurl. 
L. E. Brown. 

D. R. Mnrphey. 
J. F. Jarr.'ll. 
Alice Coleman. 
L. L. Vann. 

C. B. Glenn. 
L. O. Kyxar. 
n. M. Sharpo. 
W. E. Patterson. 
\V. W. Benson. 
C. B. Gamble. 
C. C.Moseley. 
L. C. Warr. 
Thos. G. ^Yilkinson. 
F. D. Graves. 
J. P. Dosler. 
F. T. .\pplel)y. 
C. A. Donchoo. 
J. ."V. Luncoford. 
J. J. Farris, jr. 
Frank W. Williams. 
W.I. Powers. 
C. E. Euuceford. 
S. S. Murphy. 
W. R. Harrison. 
J. W. Watson. 
J. F. Collins. 
J. C. McAuley. 
L. C.Fitts. 
L. L. James. 
Omer Carmichael. 
L. E. Creel. 
J. A. Baxley. 
Edward G.McGchee. 
J. M. Burnett. 
R. E. Thompson. 

E. S. Pugh. 



J. E. Lanz. 



E. Q. Snider. 
W. D. Baker. 
R. E. Souers. 
J. O. Thomas. 
C. A. McKee. 
W. P. Bland. 
J. O. Mullen. 
H. E. Hendrix. 
C. R. Tupper. 
W. E. Lulz. 
G. H. Madden. 
J. P. Loper. 
S. H. Martin. 
C. E. Rose. 
C. C. Grover. 
C. W. McGraw. 



W.J. Breit. 

Sidney Pickens. 
Bert 13. I.aiig. 
Harvey H. Ualey. 
John Baumgartner. 
W. F. Hall. 
J. E. Howard. 
W. D. Jeter. 
D.C. Hastings. 
Pearl Williamson. 
Donald MacQueen. 
F. S. Root. 



City. 



ARKANS.vs— -con. 



Fordyee 

Forr(>st City 

Fort .Smith 

Harrison 

Helena 

Hope 

Hot Springs 

Joncsboro 

Little Rock 

Malvern 

Mariauna 

Mena 

Morriilton 

Newport 

North Little Rock 

Paniijould 

PineBlufl' 

Prescott 

Rogers 

lUisscU ville 

Searcy 

Siloam Springs. . . 

Stamps 

Stutt,i;art 

Te.xarkaua 

'I'rumann 

\'an Uuren 

West Helena 

Wynne 



CALIFORNIA. 

Alameda 

Alhambra 

Anaheim 

Bakerslield 

Beuicia 

Berkeley 

Brawley 

Burl ank 

Burliugame 

Cale.xico 

Chico 

Coalinga 

Ojlton 

Corona 

Coronado 

Daly City 

Diuuba 

Duusmuir 

East San Diego.. 

El Centro 

Eureka 

Fort Bragg 

Fresno , 

Fiillcrton 

Gilroy , 

Glendale , 

Grass \'alley , 

Hanford 

Ha.yward 

Hoilister , 

Huntington Park. 

Inglewood 

Lindsay 

Lodi 

Long Beach 

Los Augeles 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



Madera 

Martinez 

Marysville.. 

Merced 

Mill Valley. 

Modesto 

Monrovia... 
Monterey... 



2,996 
3,377 

2s, S7() 
3,477 
9,112 
4,790 

11,695 
9,384 

65, 142 
3, 864 
5,074 
3,441 
3,010 
3, 771 

14,048 
6, 306 

19, 280 
2,691 
3,318 
4, 505 
2,h;i6 
2,569 
2,504 
4,522 
8,257 
2, 598 
5,224 
6,226 
2,933 



28,806 

13,204 
5,526 

18, 638 
2,693 

56,0.36 
5,389 
2,913 
4, 107 
6, 223 
9, 3.39 
2,934 
4, 282 
4,129 
3,289 
3,779 
3, 400 
2, 528 
4,148 
5, 464 

12,023 
2,616 

45, 086 

4,415 

, 2,862 

13, .536 
4,006 
5, 888 
3, 4.87 
2, 781 
4,513 
3, 286 
2,576 
4,850 

55, ,593 
579, 877 

3,444 

3,858 
5,461 
3,974 
2,554 
9,241 
5,480 
5,479 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



J. R. .\nders. 
M. S. Smith, jr. 

C. J. Tidwell. 
H. C. Morri.son. 
J. W. Ramsey. 

D. L. Paisley. 
Ury McKeniie. 
J. P. Womack. 
R.C.Hall. 

J. L. Pratt. 

Fred MacChesney. 

E. H. Freeman. 
H. A. Woodward. 
J. H. Patterson. 
Thos.C. Abbott. 
J. L. Carpenter. 
Junius Jordan. 
CM. Hirst. 
Chas. BiUdwin. 
W. S. WiUiams. 
W. T.Rowland, jr. 
W. F. Cameron. 
H. J. Steele. 

C. F. Perrott. 
S. E. Green. 
I. L. Steel. 

D. M. Riggin. 
B. M. Smith. 
M. O. Alcorn. 



C. J. Du Four. 
C. E. Barber. 
C. C. Smith. 
C. E. Teach. 

C. E. Co won. 
H. B. W^ilson. 

D. S. Richmond. 
L. F. Colhns. 

H. E. H. Ruggles. 
J. A. Raitt. 
C. H. Camper. 
C. L. Geer. 
John H. Waldron. 
Glen D. Wight. 

F. A. Boyer. 
W. J. Savage. 
W. N. Davis. 
W. L. Kleaver. 
J. D. Simkins. 
Arleigh P. Shililey. 

G. B. Albee. 
Preston W. Smith. 
W. J. Cooper. 

C. A. Marcy. 

E. E. Brownell. 
R. D. White. 

J. S. Henuossy. 
C. E. Denham. 
W. B. Kammeror. 
C. A. Brittell. 
W. L. Stuckey. 
G. W. Crozier. 
S. L. Brown. 
R. J. Custer. 
W. L. Stephens. 
Mrs. Susan M. Dor- 

sey. 
O. S. Hubbard. 
AUoe E. Kelly. 
W. A. Kynoch. 
C. S. Clark. 
H. H. Matthews. 
W. E. Faught. 
A. R. CUfton. 
J. H. Graves. 



CITY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 47 

IV. — Superintendents of Public Schools in Cities and Towns — Continued. 



City. 



CALIFORNIA— con. 

Napa 

National City 

Needles , 

Oaklaad , 

Ontario 

Orange 

OroviUe , 

Oxnard 

Pacific Grove 

Palo Alto 

Pasadena , 

Petaliuna , 

Piedmont 

Pittsburg , 

Pomona , 

PorterviUe , 

Red Bluff 

Reckling 

Redlands , 

Redondo Beach . . 

Redwood City 

Richmond 

Riverside 

RoseviUe 

Sacramento 

Salinas. 

San Bernardino . . 

San Diego 

San Francisco 

San Gabriel , 

Sanger , 

San Jose 

San Leandro 

San Luis Obispo., 

San Mateo 

San Rafael , 

Santa Ana 

Santa Barliara 

Santa Clara 

Santa Cruz 

Santa Maria 

Santa Moniea 

Santa Paula. J 

Santa Rosa 

Sausalito 

Selma 

South Pasadena. . 
South San Fran- 
cisco. 

Stockton 

Taft 

Tulare 

Turlock 

Upland 

Valiejo 

Venice 

Ventura 

Visaha 



^fFm^' Superinte; .lent or 
census of f»Pen1smg prin- 
1920. '^''^''• 



Watson ville. 

Watts 

Whittier 

Woodland... 



COLORADO. 



Alamosa 

Boulder 

Brighton . . .- 

Canon City 

Colorado Springs. 

Delta 

Denver 

Durango 

Englewood 

Florence 

Port Coll ins 



6,757 
3,116 
2. 807 
21*). 261 
7,2S0 
4,.?S4 
3,340 
4,417 
2,974 
5,900 

45,354 
6,226 
4, 282 
4, 715 

13,. 505 
4,097 
3,104 
2,9S2 
9,571 
4,913 
4,020 

16,843 

19,341 
4,477 

65, 90S 
4, 338 

IS, 721 

74, 6.83 

506, 676 

2,640 

2,578 

39,642 
5, 703 
5,895 
5,979 
5, 512 

15, 485 

19,441 
5,220 

10,917 
3,943 

15, 252 
3,967 
8, 7.5S 
2, 790 
3,158 
7,652 
4,411 

40,296 
3,317 
3,539 
3,394 
2,912 
21,107 
10, 385 
4,342 
5,753 

5,013 
4,529 
7,997 
4,147 



3,171 

11,006 

2,715 

4,551 

30,105 

2,623 

256, 491 

4,116 

4,. 356 

2,629 

8,755 



O. R. Hull. 
Guy Hudgins. 
John H. Thompson. 

F. M. Hunter. 
C. W. RandaU. 

G. C. Sherwood. 
L. A. Trempe. 
R. B. Havdock. 
R. H. Down. 
A. C. Barker. 

J. F. West. 
Bruce H. Painter. 
H. W. Jones. 

F. S. RamsJeU. 

G. V. Whaley. 
Charles E. Bigham. 
J. D. Sweeney. 
Frank A. Forderhase. 
H. G. Clement. 

C. A. Langworthy. 
A. E. Monteith. 
W. T. Helms. 
A. N. Wheelock. 
Edw. W. Looher. 
Chas. C. Hughes. 
Arthur Walter. 
P. R. Davis. 
H. C. Johnson. 
Alfred Roncovieri. 
J. A. Bevington. 
Ira H. Sefton. 
W. L. Bachrodt. 
W. O. Davies. 
A. H. Mahlev. 
Geo. W. Hall. 
O. R. Hartzell. 
J. A. Cranston. 
Paul E. Stewart. 
C. W. Townsend. 
J. W. Lins'cott. 
W. C. Conrad. 
Horace M. Rebok. 
C. D. Jonas. 
J. O. Cross. 
C. O. Sharpe. 
Chas. Edgecomb. 
George C. Bush. 
L. E. Adams. 

A. S. Williams. 
R. F. Gray. 
A. W. Ray. 
Delia B. Heisser. 
Fannie D. Noe. 
E. L. Cave. 
L. F. Ferrish. 
A. L. Vincent. 
De Witt Montgom- 
ery. 
T. S. MacQuiddy. 
J. A. Da\'is. 
S. H. Thompson. 
C. E. Dingle. 



G. W. Allen. 
W. V. Casey. 
N. J. Rice. 
O. B. Drake. 
F. H. Bair. 
Arthur J. Foster. 
Jesse H. Newlon. 
E. E. Smiley. 
W. E. Baker. 
J. P. Eskridge. 
A. H. Dunn. 




COLORADO— con. 



Fort Morgan 

Grand Junction.. 

Greeley 

La Jimta 

Lamar 

Lead\ille 

Longmont 

Loveland 

Montrose 

Pueblo: 

District No. 1. 

District No. 20 

Rocky Ford 

Salida 

Sterling 

Trinidad , 

Walsenburg , 



CONNECTICUT. 

-Ansonia 

Berlin 

Bethel 

Branford 

Bridgeport 

Bristol 

Canton 

Cheshire 

Danbury 

Darien 

Derby 

East Hartford . . . 

East Haven 

East Windsor (P. 

O. Warehouse 

Point). 

Enfield 

Essex 

Fairfield 

Farminftoi 

Glastou) u-y 

Greenwich 

Griswold 

Groton 



Guilford 

Hamden (P. O. 

New Haven). 

Hartford 

Killingly 

LitchSeld 

Manchester 

Mansfield 

Merideu 

Middletown 

Milford 

Mont ville 

Naugatuck 

New Britain 

New Canaan 

New Haven 

New London 

New Milford 

Newtown 

Norwalk 

Norwich 

Plainfleld 

Plain ville 

Portland 

Plymouth (P. O. 

Terryville). 

Preston 

Putnam 

Ridgefleld 

Seymour 

Shelton 

Simsbury 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



3,818 
8,665 
10, 958 
4,664 
2,512 
4,959 
5,S-8 
5, 065 
3,5S1 

43, 050 

?,746 
4, 689 
6,415 
10, 906 
3,565 



17, 643 

4,298 

3, 201 

6,627 

143. 555 

20, 620 
2, 549 
2,855 

22,325 
4,184 

11, 238 

11,648 
3,520 
3,741 



11, 
2, 

n, 

3, 

5, 

22, 

4, 
9, 

2, 



719 
815 

475 
844 
592 
123 
220 
227 

803 
611 



138, 036 

8,178 

3,180 

18,370 

2,574 

34,764 

22, 129 

10, 193 

3,411 

15,051 

59,316 

3,895 

162,537 

25, 688 

4,781 

2,751 

27, 743 

29, 685 

7,926 

4,114 

3,644 

5,942 

2,743 
8,397 
2,707 
6,781 
9,475 
2,958 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



I. E. Stutsman. 
R. E. Tope. 
G. E. Brown. 
R. M. Tircy. 
E.J. Kniidit. 
J. H. Walton. 
C. C. Casev. 
R. W. Triiscott. 
Wm. Meicher. 

•J. H. Risley. 
iJ. F. Keating. 
R. J. Walters. 
W. R. Jones. 
John A Sexson. 
H. M. Coming. 
S. M. Andrews. 



R. T. Tobin. 
B. R. Showaltor. 
F. A. Berry. 
H, I. Lovcjov. 

E. E.Cortright. 
K. A Reicho. 
W. M. Strong. 

D. C. Allen. 

F. K. Watson. 
L. H. Rockwell. 
J. F. Pickett. 
P. S. Barnes. 

Miss M. A. Lanphear 

E. W. Small. 



A. B. Handy. 
Mary W. Collamore. 
Wm. E. Smith. 
L. S. Mills. 
Francis S. Knox. 

E. C. Andrews. 

F. H. P. Clement. 
F. H. Brewer, West 

Mystic. 
H. P. Crosby. 
Margaret L. Kiefe. 



L. M. Farrin. 
Paul Dillingham. 
A. F. Howes. 
A. W. Greer. 
David Gibbs. 

E. B. Sellew. 

H. 1. Mathewson. 
V. B. Moody. 
H. E.Chittenden. 
Stanley H. Holmes. 
H. W.'Saxe. 

F. H. Beede. 
W. A. Hanson. 
John Pettiiwne. 

F. H. Johnston. 

G. V. Buchanan. 

E. J. Graham. 
Cecil L. Butler. 
S. S. Mills. 

F. W. Barber. 
H. S. Fisher. 

S. Hussey Reed. 
R. C. Jenkins. 
C. D. Bogart. 
R. C. Clark. 
H. E. Fowler. 
J. B. McLean. 



48 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

IV. -SiFERiNTENDENTS OF PuBUC StHooLS IN CiTiES AKD TowNS — Continued. 



City. 



CONKECTICVT— 

coutiiiued. 

Soiithington 

Spraeue 

StalTord 

Stamford 

Stonington 

siratfnrd (P. O. 

Bridgeport). 

SuHield 

Thoniaston 

Thompson 

Torriiigton 

Tniinl)jll 

Vcnion (I'. O. 

Ivockville). 

Walluigford 

WaliTbury 

Walorford 

AVatcnowTi 

W(>st Hartford... 

West wort 

WcthcrsOeld 

Windham (F. O. 
Wiilimantic). 
Winchester (P. O 

Winstcd). 

■Windsor 

Wind.^or Locks.. 

DELAWAKE.. 

Dover 

Milfoni 

New Castle 

Wiluiingion 

DI.STRICT OF 
COLUMBIA. 

Washington 



Popula- 
tion, 

wnsus of 
1920. 



FLORIDA. 

Apalachieola — 

,\rcadia 

Bartow 

Bradentown 

Daytona 

Dc Land 

Fernandina 

Fort Myers 

Gainesville 

Jacksonville 

Key West 

Kissimmec 

l>ake City 

Lakeland ; 

Live Oak I 

Miami 

Ocala 

Orlando ' 

Palatka I 

Pensacola I 

Plant City 

Quincy I 

St. Augiistine ! 

St. Petersburg i 

Sanford 

South Jackson- I 
ville. 

Tallahassee 

Tampa | 

West Palm Beach 
"West Tampa i 



8,440 

2,500 

5,407 

40,067 

10,236 
12,347 

4,070 
3,993 
5,055 
22,055 
2,597 
8,898 

12,010 
91,715 
3,935 
6, 050 
8,854 
5,114 
4.342 
13,801 

9,019 

5,620 
3, 554 



4,042 

2, 703 

3, S54 

110, 168 



437,571 



3,060 
3,479 
4,203 
3,868 
6,445 
3,324 
5, 457 
.3, 678 
6,860 

91,558 

18, 749 
2,722 
3,341 
7,062 
.3, 103 

29, 571 
4,914 
9,282 
:,, 102 

31,035 
3,729 
3,118 
6,192 

14,237 
5,588 
2,775 

.5, 637 

51,608 

8, 659 

8,463 



Superintendent cr 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



City. 



W. L. Coggins. 
p:arlc S. ftussdl. 
Anson B. Handy. 
O. L. Burdick (act- 
ing.) 
W. U. Snyder. 
C. C. Thompson. 

H. B. Chapman. 
R. X. Brown. 

E. F. Kimball. 
C!co. J. \"ogcl. 

F. W. Kuight. 
H. O. Clough. 

J. W. Kratzer. 
B. W. Tinker. 
(See Mont\ille). 
C..C. Swift. 
L. H. Bugbee. 
J. A. Young. 
F. W. Barber. 
E. A. Case. 

John Lund. 

Daniel Howard. 
Leander Jackson. 



W. B. Thornburgh. 
R. E. Shilling. 
H. E. Snavolv. 
David A. Ward. 



F. W. Ballou. 



R. M. Dorsey. 

C. I. HoUingsworth. 

C. A. Parker. 

E. L. Beeson. 
J. T. Eastham. 
G. W. Marks. 

C. F. .McLane. 
J. D. .MeKerron. 

F. W. Buchholz. 

F. A. Hathawav. 
U. S. Lowe. 

D. B. Shaver. 
D. C. Trexler. 

G. E. Everett. 
J. A. Holmes. 
Charles M. Fisher. 
Mary Sheppard. 
S. Johnson. 

W. H. Cassels. 
A. S. Edwards. 
I. M. McAlpin. 
R. M. Evans. 
John .M. Crowell. 
Geo. M. Lvnch. 
G. E. McKay. 
R. L. Eernisse. 

R. M. Scaley. 
J. E. Kniein. 
Agnes Ballard 
(Sec Tampa). 



GKORGIA. 

Albany 

Americus 

-■Vlheus 

Atlanta 

AugiLsta 

Bainbridpe. . .. 

Barncsvillc 

Brunswick 

Buford 

Canton 

Carrollton 

Carters ville 

Cedartown 

College Park... 

Columbus 

Cordclc 

Covington 

Cuthbert 

.Dallon 

Dawson 

Decatur 

Douglas 

Dublin 

Eastman 

East Point. . . . 

Eatonton 

Elbcrton 

Fitzgerald 

Fort Valley 

Gainesville 

Griffin 

Hawkinsville.. 

Lagrange 

Macon...: 

Manchester 

Marietta 

Millecige ville... 

Monroe 

Moultrie 

Newnan 

Pclham 

Porterdalc 

Quitman 

Rome 

Sanders ville. .. 

Savannah 

Statcsboro 

Tallapoosa 

Thomaslon 

Thomasvillc... 

Tifton 

Toccoa 

Valdosta 

Vidalia 

Washington . . . 

j Waycross 

1 Waynesboro... 
' Winder 



ID.\.HO. 



] Blackfoot 

I Boise 

', Burley 

■ Caldwell 

Coeur d'Alene.. 

Idaho Falls 

' Kellog,; ,... 

Lewiston 

MaladCily 

Montpclier 

Moscow 

Nampa 

Pocatello 

Preston 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



11, .",55 
9,010 

10, 748 
203, 550 

52, 548 
4, 792 
3,059 

14,413 

2, 500 
2,679 
4,303 
4,350 
4, 0.53 
3,022 

31, 125 
6,538 
3,203 
3,022 
5, 222 

3. .504 
6,150 
3,401 
7,707 
2,707 
5, 241 
2, 519 
0, 475 
6,870 
3,223 
6,272 
8,240 
3, 070 

17,038 

.52, 995 
2,776 
6,190 
4,619 
3,211 
6,789 
7,037 
2,640 
2,880 
4, 393 

13,252 
2,695 

Ki, 252 
.3,807 
2,719 
2,502 
8,196 
3,005 
3, .567 

10,783 
2,860 
4,208 

18,068 
3,311 
3, 335 



3,937 
21,393 
5,408 
.5,106 
6,447 
8,064 
3,017 
6,574 
2,598 
2,984 
3,956 
7,621 
1.5,001 
3,235 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



R. E. Brooks. 
J. E. Mathis. 
G. G. Bond. 
W. A. Sutton. 
Law ton B. Evans. 
E. G. Klcan. 

E. T. Uolmes. 
C. E. Dryden. 
W. N. Nunn. 

Mrs. Mary M. White. 
Knox Walker. 
L. C. Evans. 
J. E. Purks. 
L. O. Freeman. 
R. B. Daniel. 
G. G. Singleton. 
J. L. Yaden. 
R. G. Hall. 
Jno. T. Duncan. 
W. Edward Monts. 
G. \V. Glausier. 
W. A. Little. 
W. P. Martin. 
GuyH. Wells. 
James T. McGee. 
C. V. Neuffer. 

B. .M. Grier. 
U. J. Bennett. 
Ralph Newton. 
J. .\. .Mer.shon. 
J. A. Jones. 

M. W. Harris. 

F. F. Rowe. 

C. H. Bruce. 
Chas. R. Brown. 
C. A. Keith. 

J. N. Haddock. 
C. W. Reid. 
J. H. Saxon. 
B. F. Pickett. 
T. H. Wilkinson. 
Mrs. Pearl Taylor. 
H. D. Knowles. 

B. F. Quigg. 

J. F. Lambert. 

C. B. Gibson. 
R. M. Monts. 

A. L. Brewer. 
M. .\. Smith. 

B. B. Broughton. 
A. H. Moon. 
Edmund Wroe. 
A. G. Cleveland. 

W. T. Foster. 
A. G. Miller. 
Jack Lance. 
J. P. Cash. 



Ernest D. Bloom. 
P. J. Zimmers. 
H. M. Broadbent. 
J. J. Rae. 
T. B. Shank. 
R. H. Snyder. 
Mrs. Laura Butz. 
Joel Jenifer. 
Angus Maughn. 
W. E. Morgan. 
P. H. Soulon. 
W. F. Weisend. 
W. R. Siders. 
J. W.Condie. 



.1 ' 

I 



CITY SCHOOL SUPERIXTENDEXTS. 49 

IV. — SuPERiNTEXDEKTS OF PuBLic SCHOOLS IK CiTiES AND Towxs — Continued. 



Citv. 



IDAHO — continued. 



Rexburg 

St. Anthony. 
Sandpoint... 
Twin Falls.. 

Wallace 

Wciset 



ILLINOIS. 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



Abingdon 

Alton 

Anna 

Auburn 

Anrora: 

East side 

West side 

Averyvme(P. O., 
Peoria). 

Batavia 

Beardstown 

BelleviUe 

Belvldeie 

Benld 

Benton 

Berwyn 

Bloomington 

Blue Island 

Brookfleld 

Bushnell 

Cairo 

Canton 

Carbondale 

Carlinville , 

Carmi 

CarterviUe 

Centralia 

Champaign 

Charleston 

Chester 

Chicago 

Chicago Heights. 

Christopher 

Cicero 

Clinton 

Colluis\iUe .: 

DanviUe 

Decatur 

De Kalb 

Depue 

Des Plaincs 

Dixon 

Downers Grove.. 

Dundee 

Duquoin 

East Moline . . . ; . 
East St. Loiiis. .. 

Edwardsville 

Effingham 

Eldorado 

Elgin 

Elmhurst 

Evanston: 

District No. 75i 

District No. 76 
Fairbury 



3,569 
2,957 
2,876 
8,32-1 
2,816 
3, 154 



2,721 

24,682 

3,019 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



George A. Hoopes. 
Harriet C. W'ood. 
J. L. Breckenridge. 
N. C. Mitchell. 

C. D. Brock. 

D. C. Neifert. 



M. May James. 

W. R. Curtis. 

C. W. Conrad. 



2,660 H. S. Mengel. 



2, 



Fairfield. 



Farmington 

Flora 

Forest Park 

Frankfort Heights 

Frecport 

Galena 

Galesburg 



36, 397 
3,815 

4, 395 

7, 111 

24,823 

7,804 

3,316 

7,201 

14, 150 

28. 725 

11.424 

3; 589 

2.716 

15, 203 

10,92s 

6.267 

5,212 

2,667 

3,404 

12, 491 

15, 873 

6.615 

2,904 

701, 705 

19, 653 

3,830 

44, 995 

5,898 

9,753 

33, 776 

43, 818 

7,871 

2,428 

3, 451 

8,191 

3.543 

4, 735 

7,285 

8,675 

66,767 

5,336 

4, 024 

5,004 

27,454 

4, 594 

37, 234 
2, .532 

2,754 

2,631 

3,558 
10, 768 

3, 423 
19, 669 

4,742 
23,834 



C. M. Bardwell. 
H. T. Mc Kinney. 
Harry E. Her. 

H. C. Storm. 
J. J. Hogau. 
.\. L. OdenweUer. 
J. H. Smith. 
W. E. Rutherford. 
G. S. Wooters. 
E. A. Wilson. 
S. K. McDowell. 
J. E. Lemon. 
E.N. Cassadv. 
T. W. Everitt. 
T. C. Clendenen. 
G. W. Gayler. 

A. R. Boone. 
H. J. Blue. 

Mrs. Maude Chalfant. 

B. F. Parr. 
R. V. Jordan. 
W. W. Earnest. 
E. U. Anderson. 

E. W. Heob. 

P. A. Mortenson. 

F. T. Goodier. 

E. F. GrizzeU. 
W'. W'. Lewton. 
H. H. Edmunds. 

C. H. Dorris. 

G. P. Randle. 
J. J. Rieheson. 

F. R. Ritzman. 

F. A. Herrington. 
H. E. ICnarr. 

1. B. Potter. 
J. F. Reed. 
O. Scldaifer. 
Joe Strickler. 

D. B. Hoffman. 

D. W. Potts. 
C. F. Ford. 

J. F. Grisamore. 
J. W. AUen. 
W. T. Harris. 
Lj'dia Vautsmier. 

/Ernest A. Smith. 
\F. W. Nichols. 

E. W. Powers. 

H. E. Whitaker, 

grades. 
H. D. Willard, high 

school. 
E. A. Huff. 

G. O. Lewis. 
R. C. Mueller. 
H. L. Atwood. 
S. E. Raines. 

Mrs. Myrtle R.Heer. 
C. F. MUler. 



City. 



ILLIN01.S— contd. 



Galva , 

Geneseo 

Geneva 

Georgetown . 

Gillespie 

Glencoc 

Glen Ellvn . . 



Granite City. 



Greenville 

Harrisbiug 

Harvard 

Harvey 

Havana 

Herrin 

Highland 

Highland Park: 
District No. 10 
District No. lOS 

Hillsboro 

Hinsdale 

Hoopeston , 

Jacksonville , 

Jersey ville 

Johnston City 

Joliet 

Kankakee 

Kewance 

LaGrange 

Lake Forest 

La Salle 

LawrencevUle . . . 

Lincoln 

LitcMeld 

Lockport 

Lyons 

Macomb 

Madison 

Marion 

Marseilles 

Mattoon 

j May wood 

I Melrose Park 

! Mendota 

Metropolis 

Moline 

Monmouth 

Morris 

Morrison 

Mound City 

Moimds 

Mount Carmel... 

Mount OUve 

Moimt \'ernon... 

Murphysboro 

NaperviUe 

N okomis 

': Normal 

North Chicago. . . 

Oak Park 

Oglesby 

Olney." 

Ottawa 

Pana 

Paris 

Park Ridge 

Paxton 

Pekin 

Peoria 

Peru 

Pinckneyville. . . 

Pontiac 

Princeton 

Quincy 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



2,974 
3,375 
2.8a3 
3,061 
4,063 
3,381 
2,851 

14, 757 

3.091 
7; 125 
3,294 
9,216 
.3, 614 
10.986 
2,902 

6,167 

5,074 

4,042 

.5,4.51 

15,713 

3,839 

7,137 

38,442 

16, 753 

16, 026 

6, 525 

3, 657 

13,050 

5,080 

11,8.S2 

6. 215 

2.684 

2,564 

6,714 

4,996 

9, .582 

3,391 

13, 552 

12, 072 

7,147 

3,934 

5,055 

30, 734 

8.116 

4,505 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



,000 
2, 756 
2,661 
7,4.56 
3,503 
9,815 

10, 703 
3,830 
3,465 
5,143 
.5,839 

39, 858 
4,135 
4, 491 

10, 816 
6,122 
7,985 
3,383 
3,033 

12,086 

76, 121 
8,869 
2,649 
6,664 
4,126 

35, 978 



F. U. White. 

J. I- Darnall. 

H. M. Coultrap. 

Bertram Recs. 

L. E. Wilhite. 

Arthur B. Rowell. 

J. Grove Butler. 
[L. P. Frohardt, 
I grades. 

IW. F. Coolidge, high 
I school. 

Ale.x. Long. 

T. O. Elliott. 

C. O. HaskeU. 
Frank L. MiUer. 

D. A. Aldstadt. • 
John R. Creek. 

C. L. Dictz. 

/Jesse L. Smith. 
\Clarke G. Wright. 

H. J. Beckemeyer. 

A. F. Cook. ■ 

W. R. Lowery. 

H. A. Perrin. 

J. A. EgelhofT. 

Earl E. Miller. 

J. O. Engleman. 

A. P. Johnson. 

Charles Bruner. 

J. C. Davies. 

J. E. Baggett. 

J. B. McManus. 

M. L. Bcanblossom. 

D. F. Nickols. 
Louise Boekewitz. 
T. B. Walling. 

J. W. Costello. 
Ernest Her. 
H. S. Slice. 
J. W. Asburv. 
C. V. McAlpme. 
H. B. Black. 

>Eugene La Rowe. 

R. E. Bcebe. 
C. A. McGinnis. 
L. A. Mahoney. 
H. F. Munch. 
K. C. Merrick. 
W^ E. Weaver. 
M. C. Hunt. 
J. H. Bower. 

E. W. Martin. 
Leonodus Harr. 
William Miner. 
S. J. Shomaker. 
O. A. Waterman. 
Colvin Rice. 

L. W. Ragland. 

F. E. Deyoe. 
W. J. Hamilton. 
N. M. Mason. 

H. W. Hostettler. 
C. J. Byrne. 
J. L. Hart. 
H. M. Hinkle. 
S. E. MerriU. 
Ottis Hoskinson. 
R C.Smith. 
A. W. Beasley. 
A. H. Kam. 
Rajrmond Pvatt. 
S. R. Allen. 
C. B. Smith. 
Chas. M. Gill. 



50 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

IV. — SuPE«i>fTENDENTs OF PuBuc SCHOOLS IN CiTiES AND TowNs — Continued. 



City. 



ttLlNOIS— coutd. 

River Forest (P. 
O., Oak Park). 

Riverside 

Kobinson 

RochoUe 

Rock Falls 

Rockford 

Rock Island 

Roodhouse 

St. Charles 

Salem 

Savanna 

Sesscr 

Shelby\-ille 

Silvis 

Sparta 

Springfield 

Springvalley 

Staunton 

Sterling: 

District No. 10 
DistrictNo.il 

Strcator 

Sullivan 

Summit 

Sycamore 

TaylorviUe 



Toluca. 



Tuscola 

Urbana , 

Vandalia 

Venice 

Virden , 

W'atseka 

Waukegan , 

West Cliicago 

West Frankfort... 
West Haiiunond 
(P. O., Ham- 
mond, Lnd.) 

Westville 

Whealon 

WhitehaU 

AVilmettc 

Winnetka 

Wood River 

Woodstock 

Zion 



INDIANA. 

Alexandria 

Anderson 

Angola 

Attica 

Auburn 

Aurora 

Bedford 

Bicknell 

Biofjmington. . 

BlufTtou 

Boon vide 

Brazil 

Clinton 

Columbia City. 

Columbus 

Connersville... 
Crawfordsville. 
Crown Point . . 

Decatnr 

DunJdrk 

East Chicago.. 

Elkhart 

Elwood 

Evan^ille 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



4,358 

2, r>32 
3, 375 
3,310 
2,927 
6.5,651 
35, 177 
2,928 
4,099 
3, 457 
5, 237 
2, Ml 
3,568 
2,541 
3, 340 
59, 1S3 
0, 493 
6,027 

8,182 

14, 779 
2,532 
4.019 
3,602 

5,S06 

2,503 

2, 564 
10,244 
3,316 
3,895 
4,682 
2,M7 
19,226 
2, 594 
8,478 
7,492 



4,241 
4,137 
2,954 
7, 814 
6,694 
3,476 
5, 523 
5,580 



4,172 

29, 707 

2,650 

3,392 

4, 650 

4,299 

9,076 

7,635 

11, 595 

5,391 

4,451 

9,293 

10,952 

3,499 

8,990 

9,901 

10,139 

3,232 

4,762 

2,5.32 

35, 967 

24,277 

10, 790 

85,264 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



Anna Lois Shinn. 

A. F. Ame,s. 
Harry E. (ireen. 
C. F. Huniphroy. 
W. S. DLmmett. 
E. E. Lewis. 
E. C. Fisher. 
G. K. Hutchons. 
G. E. Thompson. 

C. L. Edwards. 
C.H. LeVitt. 
R. E.Carlton. 
R. C. Sayre. 
Paul G. Silas. 
L. D. Watson. 
l.M. Aden. 
Clifford L. Sarver. 
H. T. wnvite. 

/E. R. Sellcck. 
\CIarence Solby. 

H. B. Fisher. 

O. B. Lowe. 

V. L. O'Connor. 

O. E. Peterson. 

J. B. Hendricks. 
(.\. E. Nye, grades. 

D. P. Crump, high 
[ school, 

H. II. Kirkpatrick. 
William Harris. 
Harry E. Slusser. 
S. J. McGomis. 
Geo. C. Mayhew. 
V. 1. Brown. 
John S. Clark. 
H. E. McICellar. 
C. A. Waller. 
O. W. Glamore. 



P. E. Dugas. 
.1. B. Russell. 
D. H. Wells. 
J. R. Harper. 
C. W. Washburne. 
G. A. Smith. 
R. W. BardweU. 
Joseph L. Bishop. 



F. W. Stolor. 
W. A. Denny. 
H. B. AUman. 
W. F. Mullinnix. 

G. W. Youngblood. 
J. R. Houston. 

E. W. Montgomery. 
I. D. Reedy. 
R. N. Tirey. 
P. A. Allen. 
W. F. Vogel. 
Chas.P. Keller. 
Geo. W. McReynolds. 
Mary E. Hallowell. 
Donald DuShane. 
E. C. Dodson. 
Anna WilLson. 
J. M. Geiser. 
W. F. Worthman. 
R. D. Shaffer. 
E.N. Canine. 
J. F. Wiley. 
A. W. Konold. 
L. P. Benezet. 



City. 



rNDiANA — contd. 

Fort Wayne 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

(Jarrclt 

Gary 

Gas City 

Goshen 

Greencastle 

Greenfield 

Greonsburg 

Hainniond 

Hartford City 

Hobart 

Huntingburg 

Huntington 

Indianapolis 

Jasonville 

Jasper 

Jeffersonville 

Kendallville 

Kokomo 

La Fayette 

Laporte 

Lawrenoeburg 

Lebanon 

Linton 

Logansport 

Madison 

Marion 

Martins\'ille 

Michigan City 

Mishawaka 

Mitchell 

Monliccllo 

Mount Vernon 

Mnncie 

Nappanee 

New Albany 

Newcastle 

Noblc-svillo 

North Manchester 
North Vernon . . 

Peru 

Plymouth 

Po'rlland 

Princeton 

Rensselaer 

Richmond 

Rochester 

j Rockport 

Rush\ille 

Salem 

Seymour 

Shelby ville 

Soulh Bend. ... 

Sullivan 

Tell City 

Terre Haute 

Tipton 

Union City 

Valparaisi) 

Vinceunes 

Wabash 

Warsaw 

Washington 

West Lafayette. 
West Terre Haute 

Whiting 

Winchester 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



IOWA. 



Albia 

Algona. .. 

Ames 

Anamosa . 
Atlantic. 



S6, .549 

11,585 
4,909 
4, 796 

55, 378 
2,870 
9, 525 
3,780 
4, 168 
5, 345 

36,004 
6,1 S3 
3,450 
3,261 

14, tm 

31 1, 194 

4,461 

2,539 

10,098 
5, 273 

30, 067 

22,486 

15,158 
3, 466 
6, 2.57 
5, 856 

21,626 
6,711 

23, 747 
4,895 

19, 4.57 

15, 195 
3,025 
2,536 
.5,284 

36, .524 
2,678 

22,992 

14, 458 
4, 758 
2,711 
3,084 

12,410 
4, 3.38 
5, 0.58 
7, 132 
2,912 

26.765 
3,720 
2, .581 
5, 498 
2, 8.36 
7,348 
9,701 

70, 983 
4,489 
4, 086 

66,083 
4, ,507 
3,406 
6, 518 

17, 160 
9,872 
5, 478 
8,743 
3,830 
4,310 

10,145 
4,021 



5,067 
3,724 
6,270 
2,881 
5,329 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



L. C. Ward. 
J. W. Rtott. 
J. a. Williams. 
G.C.Carroll. 
WilUam Wirt. 
N. ,1. La.sher. 
J. W. Foreman. 

B. W. Kelly. 
Z. M. Smith. 
Elmer C. Jemian. 
L. L. CahlwoU. 
Geo. H. Telle. 
R.C. Allen. 

H. W. A. Heramer. 
Jesse M. Scudder. 
E. U. Graff. 
E.A.O'Dell. 
Margaret -V. Wilson. 
E. G. McCullum. 
H. M. Dixon. 

C. V. Haworth. 

D. W. Horton. 

E. B. Wethorow. 
Jesse W. Riddle. 
Paul Van Riper. 
Slater Bartlow, jr. 
James W.Wilkinson 

E. O. Muncie. 
A. E. Highley. 
M. S. Mahan. 
L. W. Keeler. 
P. C. Emmons. 
C. W. Deckard. 
H. E. Elder. 
W. S. Painter. 
T. F. Fitzgibbon. 

F. E. Young. 
H. A. Buerk. 
E.J. Llewelyn. 
W. A. Stockinger. 
H. P. Humke. 

C. E. Sandefur. 
E.J. Black. 
C. R. Rlallings. 
J. C. Webb. 

G. E. Derbyshire. 
C. R. Dean. 

W. G. Bate. 

A- L. Whitmer. 

J. H. Diehl. 

J. H. Scholl. 

N. F. Hutchison. 

T. A. Mott. 

J. W. Holton. 

W. W. Borden. 

A. D. Montgomery. 

C. Newman. 

J. M. Tilley. 

C. E. Spaulding. 

R. P. Wischart. 

C. W. Boucher. 

E. N. Haskins. 
O. J. Neighbours, 
.lames M. Leffel. 
J. H. Shipp. 

F. A. Burtsfield. 
T. V. Pruitt. 

J. H. Hoskinson. 
O. R. Baker. 



W. H. Fasold. 
J. F. Ovcrmyer. 
E. J. Bod well. 
J. H. Peet. 
E. H. Bosshardt. 



CITY SCHOOL SUPERINTEKDENTS. 51 

IV. — Superintendents of Public Schools in Cities and Towns — Continued. 



City. 



IOWA— con tin ued . 

Belle Plainc 

Boone 

Burlington 

Carroll 

Cedar Falls 

Cedar Rapids 

Centerville 

Cliariton 

Charles City 

Cherokee ". 

Clarinda 

Clarion 

Clear Lake 

Clinton 

Colfax 

Council Bluffs... 

Cresco 

Creston 

Davenport 

Decorah 

Denison 

Des Moines 

Dubuque 

Eaglegrove 

Eldora 

Emmetsburg 

Esther ville 

Fairfield 

Fort Dodge 

Fort Madison 

Glen wood 

Grinnell 

Hampton 

Harlan 

Independence 

Indianola 

Iowa City 

Iowa Falls 

Jefferson , 

Keokuk , 

Knoxville , 

Le Mars , 

Manchester 

Maquoketa , 

Marion 

Marshallto wn 

Mason City 

Missouri Valley... 
Mount Pleasant. . 

Muscatine 

Mystic 

Nevada 

New Hampton. .. 

Newton 

Oelwein 

Osage 

Osceola 

Oskaloosa 

Ottumwa 

Pella 

Perry 

Red "Oak 

Sac City 

Sheldon 

Shenandoah 

Sioux City 

Spencer 

Storm Lake 

Tama 

Valley Junction. . 

Vinton 

Washington 

Waterloo: 

East side 

West side 

Waverly 

Webster City 

Winterset 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



3,8S7 

12,451 

24,057 
4,254 
6,316 

45, 580 
8,486 
5,175 
7,350 
5,824 
4,5U 
2,826 
2,804 

24,151 
2,504 

36, 162 
3, 195 
8,034 

56,727 

4,039 

3, 581 

126, 468 

39, 141 
4, 433 
3,189 
2,762 
4,699 
5,948 

19, 347 

12, 066 
3,862 
5,362 
2, 992 
2,831 
3,672 
3,628 

11,267 
3,954 
3,416 

14,423 
3,523 
4,683 
3,111 
3,526 
i, 138 

15, 731 

20,065 
3,985 
3,987 

16,068 
2,796 
2,668 
2,539 
6,627 
7,455 
2,878 
2,684 
9,427 

23,003 
3, 338 
5,642 
5,578 
2,630 
3,488 
5,255 

71,227 
4,599 
3, 658 
2,601 
3,631 
3,381 
4,697 

36,230 

3,352 
5,657 
2,906 



or 



Superintendent 
supervising prin^ 
cipal. 



J. R. McVicker. 
G. S. Wooten. 

E. M. Sipple. 

J. N. Cunningham. 

F. L. Mahunnah. 
Arthur Deamer. 
H. M. Taylor. 

J. R. Cougill. 
C. E. Pratt. 
Lester C. Ary. 

E. L. Weaver. 

G. D. Eaton. 

C. H. Ream. 

F. W. Hicks. 

D. M. Kelly. 
Theodore Saam. 
A. R. Tiffany. 
A. W. Crane. 
Prank L. Smart. 

C. C. Gamertsfelder. 
C. E. Humphrey. 
J. W. Studebaker. 
O. P. Flower. 
J. M. Logan. 
W. A. Pye. 
A. Johnson. 
J. S. Hilliard. 
C. F. Garrett. 
L. H. Minkel. 

A. I. Tiss. 

J. H. Jessup. 
Eugene Henely. 
H. L. Cecil. 
M. J. Wyland. 
Thos. R. Roberts. 

0. E. Smith. 

1. A. Opstad. 
C. M. Neveln. 
R. D. Barr. 
R. L. Reid. 

N. H. Ringstrom. 
Chas. A. l^ittrell. 
C. W. Bangs. 

B. S. Moyle. 

H. W. Cfiehock. 
W. F. Shirley. 
F. T. Vasey. 

C. I. Bixler. 

C. W. Cruikshank. 
S. A. Potts. 

E. G. Mathewson. 
T. B. Warren. 

P. C. Lapliam. 

B. C. Berg. 
A. W. Moore. 
Geo. H. Sawyer. 
Wm. A. Dunlavy. 
J. I. Lynch. 

H. E. Blackmar. 

F. M. Frush. 
Agnes E . Heightshoe- 
J. R. Inman 
Sebastian Lake. 

F. H. Chandler. 

E. B. Delzell. 
M. G. Clark. 

J. R. McAnelly. 

F. B. Farmer. 
Kare Hanson. 

C. B. Hightower. 
K. D. Miller. 
W. C. Harding. 

1/ C. W. Kline. 
\ J. C. McOlade. 

T. M. Clevenger. 

E. R. Sifert. 

Maurice R. Hassel. 



City. 



KANSAS. 

Abilene 

Anthony 

Arkansas City 

Atcliison 

Augusta 

Baxter Springs... 

Beloit 

Caney 

■t^hanute 

Cherry vale ,. 

Clay Center 

Coffey ville 

Columbus 

Concordia 

Council Grove 

Dodge City 

Eldorado 

Emporia 

Eureka 

Fort Scott 

Fredonia 

Frontenac 

Galena 

Garden City 

Girard 

Goodiand 

Great Bend | 

Hays 

Herington 

Hiawatha | 

Holton 

Horton 

Humboldt 

Hutchinson .... 
Independence.. 

lola 

Junction City... 
Kansas City".... 

Earned 

Lawrence 

Leaven wort li... 

Liberal 

Lyons 

McPherson 

Manhattan 

Marysville 

Mulberry 

Ncodeslia 

Newton 

Olatlie 

Osav,ratomie 

Ottawa 

Paola 

Parsons 

Pittsburg 

Pratt 

Rosedale 

SaUna 

Topeka 

WelUngton 

Wichita 

Winfleld 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



KENTUCKY. 

Ashland 

BeUevue (P. 0., 

Newport). 
Bowling Green. . . 

Catlettsburg 

Central City 

Corbin 

Covington 

Cynthiana 

Danville 

Dayton 

EarUngton 

Elizabethtown 



4, 895 
2,740 

II, 253 

12, 630 
4,219 
3, 608 
3, 315 
3,427 

10, 2SG 
4,698 
3, 715 

13, 452 
3, 155 
4, 705 

2, 8.57 
5,061 

10,995 
11, 273 
2,606 
10, 693 
3, 9,54 
3, 225 
4,712 

3, S48 
3,101 
2,664 
4,460 
3,165 
4,065 
3,222 
2,703 
4,009 
2, .525 

23,298 

11,920 

8, 513 

7, 533 

101, 177 

3,139 

12, 4.56 

16, 912 

3,613 

2, 516 

4, .595 
7, 9S9 
3, 048 
2,697 
3, 943 
9, 781 
3,268 
4,772 
9,018 
3, 238 

16, 028 
18, 052 

5,183 

7,674 
15,085 
50,022 

7, 048 
72, 217 

7,933 



14,729 
7,379 

9,638 
4,183 
3, 108 
3,406 
57, 121 
3,857 
5,099 
7,646 
3,652 
2,530 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



W. A. Stacey. 
O. H. Werner. 
C. E. St. John. 
H. P. Study. 
G. H. Marshall. 
S. B. Apple. 
W. O. Steen. 
A. M. Herron. 
J. F. Hughes. 
Glenn A. DeLay. 
Minnie Sterling. 
A. I. Decker. 
M. L. Catlett. 
W. E. Sheffer. 
J. J. Haniy. 
R. E. Long. 
J. W. Murphy. 
L. A. Lowther. 
Clyde U. PhilUps. 
M. M. Rose. 

E. A. Elliott. 

F. E. Alsup. 

M. D. Thudium. 
C. I. Vinsonhaler. 
T. E. Osborn. 
J. R. Reed. 
C. F. Orabske. 
C. A. Shively. 
W. M. Richards. 
A. K. Loomis. 
Neal M. Vv^herry. 
F. M. Thompson. 
T. A. Edgerton. 
J. W. Gowans. 
C. S. Risdon. 

A. M. Thoroman. 
J. H. Clement. 
M. E. Pearson. 
R. V. Phinney. 
H. P. Smith. 
Ira J. Bright. 

N. B. Mahuron. 
J. J. Yoder. 
R. W. Potwtn. 
E. B. Gift. 
C. O. Smith. 
P. T. Brosnahan. 
V. M. Liston. 

B. F. Martin. 

E. N. Hill. 

F. S. Paul. 
A. F. Senter. 

A. M. McCuUough. 
R. H. Hughes. 
J. F. Bender. 
W. A. Wood. 
A, P. Vauglin. 
W. S. Heusner. 
A. J. Stout. 
A. D. CatUn. 
L. W. Mayberry. 
Will French. • 



C. E. Ackley. 
Vaught Mills. 

T. C. Cherry. 
W. M. Wilson. 
W. C. Bell. 
Wm. Richie. 
H. S. Cox. 
W. E. Selin. 
L. C. Bosley. 
R. H. Brown. 
J. A. MitcheU. 
J. C. Pirtle. 



52 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

IV. — SurERiNTEKDENTS OF PcBLic ScnooLS IN CiTiES AND TowNS — Continued. 



City. 


Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 


Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 


City. 


Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 


Supcrir.lendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 




KENTITKV— con. 

Fort Thomas. 


,■■,,028 
9,sor, 
.•?, 1.54 
S,41,"> 


C. R. Rounds. 
J. W. Ireland. 
W. L. Matthews. 
V. L. Brovlp.q. 


M.\INE. 

Vnson 


2. .593 
16, 985 
14,114 
25. 078 

3,622 
14,731 

5, 083 
18, 008 

6,064 

2, 546 
7.261 
6, 0S4 

3, 403 
6,018 
4,113 
2, 636 

4,494 
3; 058 
4,2.53 
3, 197 

4, .551 
4,2:37 
5,475 
2,870 
2,764 
6,191 
3, 152 
■.i, 138 
4, 763 

31, 791 
4,091 

3, .371 
3.700 
3, 242 

4, .528 
2, 894 
2, 969 
6, 956 
3,133 
3, 6.56 
2,700 

69, 272 
.5,581 
8,109 
8, .576 
6,817 

10,691 
5, 981 
2,955 
9,254 
4,594 

13,351 
9, 4.53 
2,505 

3,280 
2,727 

11,214 
733, 826 
3,905 
7,467 
2, ,537 
4,116 

29,837 
3,442 
2,660 

ll,0<i6 
0, 017 

28, 064 
4, 377 


Lettice A. Bradbury. 
H. H. Randall. 
F. W. Hunill. 
A. B. (iarcolon. 
Frank Mcfiouldriek. 
Charles L. .Smith. 

E. E. Roderick. 
C. A. Weed. 

H. R. Houston. 
Guy M. Monk. 
John A. Cone. 
W. H. I'hinney. 
Goo. E. Paine. 
W. F. Miner. 
Dean W. Rollins. 
Herbert J. Chase. 

Mrs. E. M. Boale. 
H. E. Henry. 
Morliu C. Jov. 
William C. Webster. 
C. E. Glover. 
Catherine Ouellette. 
L. W. Gerrish. 
(See Westbrook.) 
W. F. Packard. 
T. P. Packard. 

F. M. Nickerson. 
M. T. Goodrich. 
(See York.) 

C. W. Bickford. 
A. R. Carter. 

E. S. Higgins. 
Wm. B. Woodbury. 
Leon P. Spinney. 
W. M. Marr. 
W. H. Sturtevant. 
W. H. Edminster. 

}w. 0. Chase. 

A. B. Hayes. 

T. W. McQuaide. 
William B. Jack. 
H. E. Rollins. 
H. C. Hull. 
L. E. Williams. 
T. T. Young, 
.las. A. Hamlin. 
W. B. Woodbury. 
W. C. McCuc. 
S. M. Hamlin. 
C. L. OConnell. 
W. H. Patten, 
R. J. Libby. 
Frederick M . Nicker- 
son. 
Joseph W. Hamlin. 
E. S. Foster. 

George Fox. 
Henry S. West. 
(See Frederick.) 
J.B. Noble. 
L. C. Robinson. 
E. W. Pruitt. 
Edw. F. Webh. 
O.scar M. Fogle. 
H. W. Caldwell. 

G. Lloyd Palmer. 
(See Cumberland.) 

B. J. Grimes. 

C. M. Wright. 




Frankfort 


i Auburn 




Franklin 


.\ugusta 




Fulton 


Bangor 




Georgetown 

Glasgow 


.■?,9(W L. G. We.slev. 
2,o.')9 E. B. Terry. 
2,047 W.D.Jones. 
3,765 A. Iv. McKemie. 
4,348 P. H. Neblett. 
12,169 i C. E. Dudley. 
2,633 1 J. M. Calvin. 
9.0% ' J. C. Waller. 
2,70.5 1 J. P. W. Brouse. 
4,707 L. B. Stephan. 
3,239 J. R. Stcrrott. 


Bar Harbor 

Bath 




Harlan 


Belfast 




Harrodsburg 

Hazard 


Biddeford 

Brewer 






Bridgton 




Hivkman 


Brunswick 

Calais 

Camden 




Hopkinsville 

Irvine. . 




Jenkins 


Caribou 




Lebanon 


Dexter 

East Liverinore 
(P. O. Liver- 
more Falls). 

Eastport 




Lexington 

Louisville 

Ludlow 


41,. 534 
2t2,0fl,S 

4,. 582 

5, o;io 

6, .583 
6,107 
8,0U 
2, 651 
3. 995 

29,317 
2,786 
17,424 
21,735 
6,310 
2, 90S 
3,6.S9 
4, 1.51 
5,622 
3, 124 
3,760 
4,672 
8,333 

3,461 
17,510 
21,782 
8, 245 
2,942 
0, 108 
3,5:35 
3,745 
.3,272 
3, .504 
7,197 
3, 855 
3, .305 
5,160 
2,512 
3, 824 
3, 059 
7, 855 
1.3,088 
2,518 
2,564 
2,963 
6, 105 
12,675 
.5,429 
3, 388 
6,278 
387, 219 
4,016 
4,437 
2,538 
4,632 
2,720 
3, .389 
43, 874 
2,958 
.3,526 
2,975 


M. A. Cassidy. 
Zenos E. Scott. 
W. D. Reynolds. 
R. 11. Gallon. 

D. W. Bridges. 
W. J. Capiinger. 
J. W. Bradner. 

R. T. Whillinghill. 
H. A. Babb. 

E. F. Sporing. 
H. L. Smith. 
J. L. Foust. 
Ralph Yakol. 
Lee Kirkpatriek. 
R. H. Shipp. 

O. J. Jones. 
Jay L. Chambers. 
Joim H. Payne. 
C. T. Canon. 
Mark God man. 
Ralph E. Hill. 
T. .■v. Hendricks. 

j: H. WiUiams. 
S. M. Brame. 
P. H. Griffith. 

F. C. RatUfl. 

A. J. Park. 
J. M. Baker. 
H. A. Buie. 

B. C. AUves. 
A. A. Sibley. 
E. M. West. 
J. C. ElHs. 
W. J. Dunn. 

P. C. Rogers, jr. 
E. L. Talbot. 
W. L. Colvin. 
A. L. Morgan. 
J. A. .\rnett. 
H. C. LaCou. 
Ward .\nderson. 
A. H. Nanney. 
J. L. Jordan. 
Edward J. Brown. 
E. S. Richardson. 
E. L. Neville. 
Joe Farrar. 
Duncan Currey. 

C. M. Bahon. 
J. M. Gwiun. 
W. S. McKay. 
Paul D. Pavy. 
E. A. CrowelJ. 
T. C. Wiggins. 
L. V. Pourciau. 
H. E. Townsend. 
C. C. Wlicsenhunt. 
T. H. McAfee. 

W. S. Lafargue. 
W. E. Simpson. 




Madison ville 




Mavlield 


Ellsworth 

•Fairfield.. 




Maysville 




Middlesboro 

Morganfield 

Moimt Sterling. .. 
Newport. . . . 


Fannington 

Fort Fairfield 

Fort Kent 

Gardiner 




Nicholasvilie 


Gorham 




Owensboro 

Padueah 


Hallowcll 

Houlton 




Paris 


Jay 

Kennebunk 

Kittery 




Pineville . ... 




Princeton 




Providence 

Richmond 

Russell viUe 

Shelbvville 


Lewiston 

Lisbon (P. 0., 

Lisl)on Falls). 
Lubcc 




Somerset 


Madison 




Winchester . . 


Mexico. . . 




LOnsi.'iNA. 


Milliuocket 

Milo 


J 


Abbeville 


Norway . 


1 

4 


Alexandria 


Oldtown 


Baton Rouge 


Orono 


Bogalu.sa 


Paris 


Covington 


Pitlsfleld 


Crowlev 


Portland 


De RiJder 

Donaldson ville. . . 


Prcsque Isle 

Rockland 


Eunice 


Rimiford 


Franklin 


Saco. 


Gretna 


Sanford. 


Hammond 

Homer 


Skowhcgan 

South Berwick. . . 
South Portland... 

Van Buren 

Water ville 

Westbrook 

Wilton 


Houma 


Jeanerette 

Jennings 


Kent wood 

La P'ayette 


Lake Charles 

Leesville 


Winslow 


Mansfield 


York (P.O., York 
Village). 

MARYLAND. 1 

Annapolis 

Baltimore 

Brunswick 

Cambridge 

Chestertown 

Crisfield 


Merrj- ville 

Minden 


Monroe 


Morgan City 

Natchitoches 

New Iberia 

New Orleans 

Oakdale 


Opelousas 


Patterson 


Plaquemine 

Rayne 


Cumberland 

Easton 


Ruston 


Elkton 


Shreveport 


Frederick 


ShdcU 


Frostburg 

Hagerstown 

Havre de Grace... 


Thibofiaux 

Winn field 



'County superintendents have control of city Bchools. 



CITY SCHOOL SUPEKIXTEXDEXTS. 53 

lY.— SuPERiKTENDEXTS OF PuBLic SCHOOLS IX CiTiES AND TowNs— Continued. 



City. 



MARTLAXD — con. 

Hyattsvillo 

Salisbury 

Westernport 

Westminster 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

Abington 

Acushiiet 

Adams 

Agawam 

Amesbury 

Amherst ." 

Andover 

Arlington 

Athol 

Attleboro 

Auburn 

Ayer 

Barnstable 

Barre 

Belmont 

Beverly 

Billerica 

Blackstone 

Boston 

Bourne 



Braintree 

Bridgewater 

Brockton 

Brookline 

Cambridge 

Canton 

Chelmsford 

Chelsea 

Chicopee 

Clinton 

Cohasset 

Concord , 

Dalton , 

Danvers , 

Dartmouth , 

Dedham 

Deerfleld 

Dighton 

Drafut 

Dudley 

East Bridgewater 

Easlhampton 

Easton 

Everett 

Fairhaven 

Fall River 

Falmouth 

Fitchburg 

Foxboro 

Framingham 

Franklin 

Gardner 

Gloucester 

Grafton 

Great Barrington. 

Greenfield 

Groveland 

Hadley 

Hanover 

Hardwick 

Harvard 

Hatfield 

Haverhill 

Hingham 

Holbrook 

Holden 

HoUiston 

Holyoke 

Hopedale 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



2, 675 
7, .553 
3,977 
3,521 



5,787 
3,075 

12,967 
5, 023 

10,0.36 
5, 550 
S.268 

18,665 
9,792 

19, 731 
3,891 
3,052 
4,836 
3, 3.57 

10, 749 

22,561 

3,646 

4,299 

748, 060 

2, .530 

10, .580 
8, 438 
66,254 
37, 748 
109,694 
5, 945 
5,682 
43,184 
36, 214 
12, 979 
2,6.39 
6,461 
3, 752 
11,108 
6,493 
10, 792 
2, 803 
2,574 
5.280 
3,701 
3, 486 
11.261 
.5,041 
40, 120 
7,291 
120,485 
3,500 
41.029 
4.136 
17,0.33 
6,497 
16, 971 
22,947 
6.887 
6,315 
15,462 
2,650 
2,784 
2,575 
3,086 
2,546 
2. 651 
53,884 
5,604 
3,161 
2,970 
2,707 
60,203 
2,777 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



Nicholas Orem. 
J. M. Bennett. 
(See Cumberland.) 
M. S. H. I'nger. 



C. A. Record. 

(See Fairhaven.) 
F. A. Bagnall. 

B. .1. Phelps. 
J. O. Weltaan. 
J. O. Cook. 

H. C. Sanborn. 

C. A. Moodv. 
W. Scott Ward. 
L. A. Fales. 

H. G. Patt. 
F. C. Johnson. 
George H. Galger. 
M. A. Sturtevant. 
F. A. Scott. 
S. Howard Chaee. 
E. C. \ ining. 
Leon E. Davis. 
Jeremiah E. Burke. 
Herbert L. Whit- 
man. 
C. E. Fisher. 
C. C. Putney. 
Jolm F. Scully. 
Oscar C. Gallagher. 
M. E. Fitzgerald. 
E. L. Willard. 
R. G. Frame. 
Frank E.Parlin. 
J. J. Desmond, jr. 
T. F. Gibbons. 
(See Hingham.) 
WellsA.HaU. 
H. L.Allen. 
J. C. Anthonv. 
A.R. Paull." 
Roderick W. Hine. 
Andrew S. Thomson. 
W. K. Putney. 
C. L. Randall. 
Wm. F. Sims. 
E. H. Grout. 
W. D. MiOer. 
C.E.Wheeler. 
Fairfield Whitney. 
Charles F. Prior." 
Hector L. Belisle. 
Carl Holman. 

E. W. Robinson. 
Ira A. Jenkins. 
Burr J. Merriam. 
A. W. Hale. 

F. T. Reynolds. 
E. W. Fellows. 
A.S.Cole. 
Russell H. Bellows. 
W. P. Abbott. 

G. E.Caswell. 
Clmton J. Richards. 
Stephen G. Bean. 
(See Barre.) 

Geo. B. Clarke. 
C. J. Richards. 
A. L. Barbour. 
O. K. Collins. 
A. O. Christiansen. 
James R. ChUds. 
Chas. M. Pennell. 
W. R. Peck. 
Carroll H. Drown. 



Citv. 



MAS.SACHUSETT.S — 

continued. 



Hudson. . 
Ipswich . . 
Kingston. 
Lawrence. 



Lee 

Leicester , 

Lenox 

Leomnister 

Lexington 

Longmeadow (P. 
O., East Long- 
meadow). 

LoweU 

Ludlow 

LjTin 

Maiden 



Mansfield 

Marblehead 

Marlboro 

Ma^Tiard 

Medfield... 

Medford 

Med way 

Melrose 

Melhuen 

Middleboro 

Milford 

Miiiburv 

MUtcn. ■ 

Monson 

Montagiie 

Nantucket 

Natick 

Needham 

New Bedford 

Newburyport 

Newton." 

North Adams 

Northampton 

North Andover. . 
North Attleboro. 
Northbridge 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



North Brookfield 

Norwood 

Orange 

Oxford 

Palmer 

Peabody 

Pittsflerd 

Plymouth 

Provineetown 

Ouincy 

Randolph , 

Reading , 

Revere , 

Rockland 

Rockport 

Salem 

Saugus (P. O., 

Lymi). 
Seituate 



Seekonk 

.Shrewsbury 

Somerset. ." 

Somer\ille 

Southbridge 

South Hadley 

Spencer 

Springfield 

Stoneham 

Stoughton 



7,607 

6,201 

2,505 

94, 270 

4, 0&5 
3,635 
2,691 
19,744 
6, .350 
2,618 



112. 759 

7,470 

99, 148 

49, 103 

6,255 

7,324 

1-5, 028 

7,0,86 

3, 595 

39,038 

2,956 

18,204 

15, 189 

8, 4.53 

1.3, 471 

5, 653 

9, 382 

4,826 

7,675 

2,797 

10. 907 

7,012 

121,217 

15,618 

46,054 

22, 282 

21,951 

6,265 

9,238 

10,174 

2,610 

12,627 

5, 393 

3,820 

9.896 

19, 552 

41, 763 

13, 0-15 

4,246 

47, 876 

4,756 

7,4.39 

28,823 

7,544 

3,878 

42,529 

10, 874 

2,534 

2,898 

3,708 

3,520 

93,091 

14,245 

5,527 

5,930 

129,614 

7,873 

6,865 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



B. D. Brown. 
J. I. Horton. 
Mrs. Julia Morton. 
Bernard M. Sheri- 
dan. 
Chas. E. Vamey. 
T. \V. King. 
T. F. Kane. 
WiUiam H. Perry. 
H. H. Lowry. 
F. A. Wheefer. 



Hugh J. Molloy. 
Walter E. Gushee. 
Chas. S. Jackson. 
Farnsworth G. Mar- 
shall. 
N. G. Howard. 
F. H. Hill. 
Ernest P. Carr. 
W. H. MiUington. 
Albert S. Ames. 
M. S. Brooks. 
(See HoUiston.) 
H. H. Stuart. 
E. L. na\mes. 
C. H. Bates. 
A. O. CasweU. 
C. C. Ferguson. 
J. A. Ewart. 
J. R. Burgess. 
James J. Quinn. 

E. S. TirreU. 

F. W. Kingman. 
J. C. Davis. 
Allen P. Keith. 
W. C. Mocre. 

U. G. Wheeler. 
G rover C. Bowman. 
F. K. Congdon. 
Nahum Leonard. 
Geo. W. Morris. 
Harrie J. Phipps, 
Whitinsville. 

E. C. Hempel. 
H. H. Howes. 
Josiah S. McCann. 
(See MiUbury.) 

C. H. Hobson. 
Albert Robinson. 
J. F. Gaiuion. 
H. F. Turner, 
.lerome P. Fogwell. 
Fred H. Nickerson. 
(See Holbrook.) 
A. L. !3afford. 
Wm. C. McGuinis. 

0. H. Toothaker. 
W. F. Eldredge. 
Geo. M. Bemis. 
Jesse W. Lambert. 

Frederick E. Brag- 
don, Eg)-pt. 
(See Blackstone.) 
Chester R. .Stacy. 
H. F. Bates. 
C. S. Clark. 

F. E. Corbm. 

F. E. Whittemore. 

1. H. Agard. 

J. H. Van Sickle. 
F. W. Porter. 
L. W. Robbins. 



54 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

IV. — Supehinten DENTS OP Public Schools in Cities and Towns — Continued. 



City. 



MASSACHUSETTS— 

continued. 

Sutton (P. O., 
Auhum). 

Sxvampscott , 

Taunton , 

Tern pie ton , 

Tewksbury , 

Uxbridpe , 

■\Vakeficld , 

AValpole 

Waltbain , 

Ware 

Wareham , 

Warren 

Watertown 

Webster 

Wellesley 

West Biidgewater 

Westboro 

Westfield 

Westford 

Westport 

West Springfield. 

WejTnouth 

Whitman 

Wil!;rahara 

Williaiiisto^^Ti 

Wilmington 

Winchendon 

Winchester 

Winthrop 

Wobum 

Worcester 

Wren them 



MICHIQAN. 

Adrian 

Albion 

Allegan 

Alman 

Alpena 

Ann Arbor 

Battle Creek 

Bay City 

Belding, , 

Benton Harbor.. 

Bessemer 

Bitr Rapids 

Birminpham 

Boyue City 

Buchanan 

Cadillac „ 

Calumet 

Caro 

Charlotte , 

Chelioygan , 

Cold'.vater 

Crystal Falls 

De'troit 

Dowaglac , 

Uurand 

Ecorse 

Escanaba 

Fent«n , 

Fern'Jale , 

Flint , 

Ford (P.O., Wy- 
andotte). 

Gladstone 

Grand Haven 

Grand Ivcdge 

Grand Rapids 

Green %dlle , 

Hamtrarack , 

Hancock. 

Hastings 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



2,578 

8,101 

37, 137 

4,019 

4,450 

5,384 

13,025 

5,446 

30,915 

8,525 

4,415 

3,40.7 

21,457 

18,258 

6.224 

2; 908 

5,7S9 

18,6()4 

3,170 

3,115 

13,-143 

15,057 

7,147 

2,780 

3,707 

2,581 

5,904 

10,485 

15, 455 

16,574 

179, 754 

2,808 



11,878 

8,354 

3,637 

7,542 

11,101 

19, 516 

36,164 

47, 554 

3,911 

12,233 

5,4S2 

4,558 

3,694 

4,2.^ 

3,187 

9,7.50 

22,369 

2,704 

5,126 

5,642 

6,114 

3,394 

993,678 

5,440 

2,672 

4,394 

13, 103 

2,5fJ7 

2,640 

91, 599 

4,294 

4,953 
7,205 
3,043 
137, 634 
4,304 
48,615 
7,527 
5,132 



Superintendent or 
supervising, prin- 
cipal. 



(See Auburn). 

Harold F. Dow. 
W. A. MowTy. 
Asa M. Jones. 
(See Dracut). 
C. L. Judkina. 
W. B. Atwoll. 
Frank L. Mansur. 
C. N. Perkins. 
J. J. lleiUy. 
F. B. Van Ornum. 
S. B. Genthner. 
W. H. Price. 
W. F. Sims. 
S. Monroe Graves. 
Thomas E. Gay. 
Thos. S. Grindle. 
C. D. Stiles. 
H. C. Knight. 

E. L. Hill. 
N. J. Bond. 
P. T. Pearson. 

F. E. Holt. 

(See Longmeadow.) 
F. V. Grant. 
R. R. Barr. 
Guy W. Vail. 
John R. Fausey. 
F. A. Douglas. 
Geo. I. Clapp. 
Harvev S. Gruver. 
(See Franklin.) 



C. H. Griffey. • 
Don Harrington. 
A. R. Shigley. 

A. C. Luchtman. 
G. H. Curtis. 

L. A. Butler. 
W. G. Cobum. 
G. L. Jenner. 
S. J. Skinner. 
F. A. Jensen. 

C. R. Cobb. 

D. A. Van Buskirk. 
Clarence A liet. 

W. L. Fuehrer. 

B. F. Eggert. 

C. W. CrandeU. 

E. J. Hall. 

F. E. Schall. 
C. H. Carrick. 
Carl Titus. 

1 Ira F. King. 
I W. D. HUl. 
: Frank Codv. 
! L. W. Stewart. 
I Wra. S. Goudy. 
i C. J. Miller. 

W. E. Olds. 

J. A. Dalrvmple. 

W. E. Harris. 

A. N. Cody. 

C. F. Pike. 

C. H. Teague. 
L. H. von den Berg. 
Jonas Sawdon. 
W. A. Greeson. 
W. R. Booker. 
E. G. Van De venter 
H. A. GUruth. 
M. R. Keyworth. 



City. 



MICHIGAN— con. 

Highland Park... 

Hillsdale 

Holl-md 

Houghton 

Howell 

Ionia 

Iron Mountain 

Irou River 

Ironwood 

Ishpeming 

Jackson 

Kalamazoo 

Eansing 

Lapeer 

Ludington 

Manistee 

Manidtiijue 

Marine City 

Marquette 

Marshall 

Menominee 

Midland 

Monroe 

Mount Clemens... 

Mount Pleasant... 

Munising 

Muskegon 

Muskegon Heights 

Xegaunee 

Niles 

Norway 

Onaway 

Otsego 

Owosso 

Petoskey 

PljTnouth 

Pontiac 

Port Huron 

River Rouge 

Rochester 

Royal Oak 

Saginaw: 

East side 

West side 

St Clair 

St. Johns „. 

St. Joseph 

St. Louis 

Sault Ste. Marie. 

South Haven 

Sturgis 

Three Rivers 

Traverse City 

Wakefield 

Wyandotte 

Ypsilauti 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



MINNESOTA. 

Albert Lea 

Alexandria 

Amoka 

Aurora 

Austin 

Bemidji 

Blue Earth 

Brainerd 

Chisholm 

Cloquet 

Columbia Heights 
(R. F. D. Minne- 
apolis). 

Crookston 

Crosby 

Detroit 

Duluth 

Ely 



46,499 

5; 476 

12,1S3 

4,466 

2,951 

6,935 

8,2.51 

4,295 

15,739 

10,500 

48,374 

48,4H7 

57,327 

4,723 

8,810 

9,694 

6,3S0 

3,731 

12,718 

4,270 

8,907 

5,4'« 

11,573 

9,488 

4,819 

5,037 

36, 570 

9, 514 

7,419 

7,311 

4, 533 

2,789 

3,168 

12, 575 

5,064 

2, 8,57 

34,273 

25,944 

9,822 

2,549 

6,007 

61,903 

3,204 
3,925 
7,251 
3,036 

12,096 
3,829 
5, 995 
5,209 

10,925 
4, 1.51 

13, 851 
7,413 



8,056 
3,388 
4,287 
2,809 
10, 118 
7,086 
2,568 
9, ,591 
9,039 
5,127 
2,968 



6,825 
3, ,500 
3,426 
98,917 
4,902 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



Thad J. Knapp. 
S. J. Gier. 
E. E. Fell. 
J. E. Erickson. 
John S. Page. 
A. A. Rather. 
M. B. Travis. 
W. D. Bvms. 
DuFav ft. Rice. 

C. L. Phelps. 
E. O. Marsh. 
E. H. Drake. 
J. W. Sexton. 

E. E. Irwin! 
H. E. Waits. 
Benj. Klager. 
A. F. Hall. 

H. B. Thompson. 
W. M. ^\'hitman. 

F. E. King. 

John L. Silvernale. 
J. J. Schafer. 

D. S. Spencer. 
L. W. Fast. 

G. E. Ganiard. 
A. M. Wals worth. 
M. W. Longman. 
L. L. Tvler. 

H. S. DooUttle. 
O. W. Haisley. 
G. L. Greenawalt. 
A. R. Tate. 
Chas. R. Johnson. 

E. J. Wellman. 
P. G. Lantz. 
Geo. A. Smith. 
Jas. H. Harris. 
H. A. Davis. 
A. McDonald. 
W. E. Parker. 
Frank Hendry. 

fW. W. Warner. 
\Harold Steele. 
O. M. Misenar. 

F. P. Buck. 
Ernest P. Clark. 
George X. Wood. 
O. G. Malcohn. 
L. C. Mohr. 

C. M. Femer. 
P. W. Crawford. 
Chas. L. Poor. 
Arthur W . Clevengw. 
F. W. Frostic. 
A. G. Erickson. 



C. W. Brown. 

Theodore L^tne. 

O. E. Smith. 

C. W. Tomlinson. 

S. T. Neveln. 

J. C. West. 

Lee R. Pemberton. 

W. C, Cobb. 

J. P. Vaughan. 

Peter Olcscn. 

L. W. Isherwood. 



G. H. Sanberg. 
M. D. Aygam. 
L. U. Towle. 
J. H. Bentley. 
H. E. White. 



CITY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 55 

IV. — Superintendents of Public Schools in Cities and Towns — Continued. 



city. 



MINNE SOTA- 

continued. 

Eveleth 

Fairmont 

Faribault 

Fergus Falls 

GObert 

Grand Rapids... 

Hastings 

Hibbing 

Hopkins 

Hutchinson 

International Falls 

l<akeCitv 

Litchfield 

Little Falls 

Luverne 

Mantato 

Marshall 

Melrose 

Minneapolis 

Montevideo 

Moorhead 

New Ulm 

Northfield 

Owatonna 

Pipestone 

Red Wing 

Rochester 

St. CloTid 

St. James 

St. Fsm\ 

St. Peter 

Sauk Center 

South St. Paul 

Staples 

Stillwater 

Thief River FaUs. 

Two Harbors 

Virginia 

Waseca 

West St. Paul 

WiUmar 

Winona 

Worthington 



Popnla- 

tion, 
census of 

1920. 



MISSISSIPPI. 

Aberdeen 

Amory 

Bay St. Louis. 

Biloxi 

Brookhaven... 

Canton 

Charleston 

Clarksdale 

Columbia 

Columbus 

Corinth 

Greenville 

Greenwood 

Grenada 

Gulfport 

Hattiesburg... 

Jackson 

Laurel 

McComb 

Meridian 

Moss Point 

Natchez 

New Albany. . . 

Okolona 

Pasoagiiola 

Starkville 

Tupelo 

Vicksburg 

Water Valley. . 

West Point 

Winona 

Yazoo City 



7,205 

4, 630 

11,089 

7, 5S1 

3, .'ilO 

2,914 

4, 571 

15,089 

3, 0.5.5 

■ 3, "-3 

3, «8 
2,846 
2,790 
5, .500 
2,782 

12, 469 

3,092 

2, .529 

380,582 

4, 419 
5,720 
6,745 
4, 023 
7, 2.52 
3,325 
8,637 

13,722 

15, 873 
2,673 
234, 698 
4, 335 
2,6'd9 
6,860 
2,570 
7, 735 
4,685 
4,549 

14, 022 
3,908 
2,962 
5,892 

19, 143 
3,481 



4,071 
2, 861 
3,0.33 

10, 937 
4,706 
3, 252 
3,007 
7, .552 
2,826 

10, 501 
5,498 

11, 560 
7,793 
3,402 
8, 1,57 

13,270 

22, 817 

13, 037 
7,775 

23, 399 
3, 340 

12, 608 
2, .531 
3,852 
6,082 
2,596 
5,055 

18,072 
4,315 
4,400 
2,572 
5,244 



or 



Superintendent 
supervising prin 
cipal. 



J. V. ^'oorhees. 

D. S. Brainard. 
W. E. Peik. 
W. O. Lippitt. 
K. K. Tibbetts. 
C. C. Baker. 

E. A. Diurbahn. 
C. C. Alexander. 
R. J. Mavo. 

M. R. Vevle. 
G. V. Kinnev. 
M. H. OuUickson. 

C. H. Maxson. 
E. B. Bergquist. 
H. C. Bell. 

E. S. Selle. 
L. C. McCarty. 
E. J. Sweeney. 
W. F. Webster. 
J. J. Bolilander. 
M. L. Jacobson. 
Arnold Gloor. 
M. P. Fobes. 
J. J. Sldnner. 
A. C. Tibbetts. 
O. W. Herr. 
W. G. Bolcom. 
P. R. Spencer. 
J. R. Struble. 
S. O. Hartwell. 
M. R. Davis. 
H. A. Falk. 

D. E. Hickey. 
P. M. Atwood. 
Ross N. Young. 
Irvin T. fimley. 
C. E. Campton. 

E. T. Duffield. 
S. C. Huffman. 
J. W. Klink-er. 
Geo. O. Brohaugh. 
R. B. Irons. 

C. A. PatcMn. 



J. I. Webb. 
J. C. Meadows. 
Leon McCluer. 
Claude Bennett. 
Edgar S. Bowlus. 
H. R. Carter. 
C. I. Bagmell. 
H. B. Heidelberg. 
W. O. Brumfield. 
H. H. Ellis. 
M. E. Moffitt. 
E. E. Bass. 
C. E. Saimders. 
John Riuidle. 
B. F. Brown. 
W. I. Thames. 
E. L. Bailev. 
R. H. Watkins. 
J. E. Gibson. 
W. C. Williams. 
W. M. Alexander. 
W. H. Braden. 
B. L. Coulter. 
W. M. Cox. 
T. C. Lockard. 
R. C. Morris. 
T. M. MUam. 
J. P. Carr. 
Guy D. Dean. 
B. T. Schumpert. 
Henry M. Frizell. 
R. L. BedweU. 



City. 



MISSOURI. 



Aurora 

Bonne Terre 

Boonville 

Brookneld 

Butler 

Cameron 

Cape Girardeau. 



CarroUton 

Carthage 

Caruthersville 

Chaffee 

Charle.ston 

CiiiUicothe 

Clayton 

Clinton 

Columbia 

De Soto 

Dexter 

Eldon 

Excelsior Springs. 

Farmington 

Festus 

Fredericktown 

Fulton 

Hannibal 

Higginsville 

Independence . . . 

Jefferson City 

JopHn 

Kansas City 

Kennett 

Kirksville 

Kirku'ood 

Lebanon 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Louisiana 

Macon 

Maplewood 

Marceline 

Marshall 

Mary viile 

Mexico 

Moberly 

Monett 

Neosho 

Nevada 

Poplar Bluff 

Riclunond 

St. Charles 

St. Joseph 

St. Louis 

Sedalia 

Sikeston 

Slater 

Springfield 

Trenton 

University 

Warrensburg 

Washington 

Webb City 

Webster Groves . 
West Plains 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



MONTANA. 



Anaconda. . 
Billings. . . . 
Bozeman . . . 

Butte 

Deer Lodge. 

Dillon 

Glendive . . . 
Great Falls. 

Havre 

Helena 

Kalispell . . . 



3, .575 
3, 815 

. 4, 665 

6, .304 

2,702 

3,248 

10, 252 

.3,218 
10, 068 

4, 750 
3, 035 
3,410 
6,772 
3,028 
5, 098 

10, 3P2 
5,003 
2, 635 
2, 6.36 
4,165 
2,685 
3, 348 
3,124 

5, 595 
19,306 

2,724 

11,686 

14,490 

29,902 

324, 410 

3,622 

7,213 

4,422 

2,848 

4,695 

3,097 

4,060 

3,549 

7,431 

3, 760 

5,200 

4,711 

6,013 

12, 808 

4,206 

3,968 

7,139 

8,042 

4.409 

s; 503 

77, 939 

772, 897 

21,144 

3,613 

3,797 

39, 631 

6.951 

6,792 

4,811 

3,132 

7,807 

9,474 

3,178 



11,668 

15,100 
6,183 

41,611 
3,780 
2,701 
3,816 

24, 121 
5,429 

12, 037 
5,147 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



D. W. Clavton. 
Fred Brurier. 
C. E. Chrane. 

L. V. Crookshank. 
Chas. A. Lee. 
A. C. Gwinn. 
Belmont Farley (act- 
ing). 
Geo. D. Dieterich. 
W. C. Barnes. 
J. H. Gooflin. 

C. A. Norvell. 
Vest C. MTcrs. 
J. R. Kerr. 

E. E. Morton. 
Arthur Lee. 
W. I. Oliver. 
H. L. Bowman. 

F. W. Snider. 
T. E. Vaughan. 
W. S. Smith. 
W. L. Johns. 

D. Oty Groce. 
A. O. Briscoe. 
J. T. Bush. 

L. McCartney. 

D. W. Branam. 

E. B. Street. 

W. M. Oakerson. 
J. A. Koontz. 
LI. Caminack. 
Egbert Jennings. 
Charles Banks. 

E. H. Beumer. 
R. V. Cramer. 
L. H. Bell. 

J. L. Campbell. 
R. R. Rowley. 
J. C. Bond. 
J. Richmond. 

G. H. Mendeth. 
W. M. Westbrook. 
L. E. Zieglcr. 

L. B. Ha^.rthorne. 
M. F. Beach. 
L. V. Galbraith. 

F. R. Angv/in. 

F. E. Engleman. 

G. W. Beswick. 
P. I. Collier. 
W. F. Knox. 

J. W. Thalman. 
J. J. Maddox. 
C. A. Greene. 
Rov V. Ellise. 
J. W. Sullivan. 
W. W. Thomas. 
O. G. Sanford. 
H. M. Buckley. 
Edward Beatty. 
R. F. Nichols. 
M. J. Hale. 
Frank Hamsher. 
J. Will Pierce. 



W. K. D^T'^r. 
Ward H. Nye. 
R. J. Cunningham. 
A. H. Douglass. 
Owen D. Speer. 
Linden McCullough. 
R. H. Brown. 
S. D. Largent. 
L. R. Shenvood. 
John Dietrich. 
WUl D. Swetland. 



56 • " EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOKY, 1022-1923, 

IV. — ScPKRiNTEN-nENTs OF PiBi.ic SCHOOLS IN CiTiES .\Kr) TowNS— Coiitinuod. 



City. 


Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 


Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 


City. 


Popula- 
tion, 
census of 
1920. 


Siiperintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 


M0NT.4NA— COntd . 

I.pwistown 

l-ivingston 

Miles Citv 


6,120 
6,311 
7,9.37 
12.068 
4,515 
2,867 

4,. 591 
2, S(>3 


C. G. Manning. 
B. A. Winans. 
J. A. Anderson. 
Ira B. Fee. 
R. M. Porter. 
H. L. Hayden. 

W. R. Pate. 
A. M. Nelson. 


NEW JKRSET. 

Asbury Park 

Atlantic City 

j Audubon 


12.400 

.50.707 

4.740 

76. 7.54 

1.5.660 

3, 667 

2. .562 

22,019 

3,905 

5, 372 

4, .371 

.5,906 

14. .323 

9.049 

2..S.S6 

3,993 

116..3(W 

2,999 

4.472 

.5,709 

26,470 
8,714 

9,8a3 

2. .5.37 
3.394 
3.0.57 

.50,710 
5, 463 

3, .530 
2,622 

95,783 

11,627 
4,882 
2,590 
5,761 
4. 075 
4,768 

19, .381 
4.620 

12, 162 
6,726 

17,667 
2,9.35 
5,646 
2,9.50 
3, 4.33 
6,417 

15, 721 

2,895 

5, 135 

4,866 

2,674 

68,166 

25, 4.S0 

298, 103 

26,724 

4, 415 

4,660 

2,979 

2,715 

8,175 

13, 521 

5,523 

2,749 

3, .334 

2, 573 

14,691 

28, 810 

12.548 

414,524 


L. A. BuDahn. 
C. B. Bover. 
William L Fidler ir 




Bavonne 




Kcd Lodge 

"Whitefish 


Belleville 




: Bergenfield 

, Beverly 


Roy W. Brown. 
James B Dilks 


NEBRASKA. 


1 Bloomiield 

Bogota 


George .Morris. 
Frank E Tilton 


\niftnoo 


Boon Von.. 


M. K Town^pnr! 




Bord nilown 

Bour dbrook 

Bridget on 

Burlington 

Butler... 


R. N Oberholser 


Aurora 


2,%2 J. A. Doremiis. 


Louis DeWitt Devo. 
David C Porter 




9. 664 
2,702 
2 .567 


\V. H. Ntorton. 
James Skinklc. 
H IJ PiirtridiTe. 


Blair 


\'an H .Smith 


lirokon Bow 


R. J. Eilenberger. 
D. C. Barnett 




4.412 T. K. Cniwford. 


Caldwell.... 


Columbus 


.5,410 
5, 454 
4,930 
9,605 
2,508 

13,947 

11,647 
3,602 
3,108 
7,702 

54,948 
4, .303 
6,279 
8,634 

10,466 
191, 601 


R. R. McGee. 
E. C. Bishop. 

B. H. Groves. 

A. H. Watcrhouse. 
W. C. Findley. 

C. Rav Gates. 
A. H. Staley. 
I. H. Linder. 
J. C. Mitchell. 
O. A. Wirsig. 
M. C. Lefier. 
J. A. True. 

J. M. Martin. 
H. B. Simon. 
W. J. Braham. 
J. H. Rpveridse. 


Camden 


James E. Bryan. 
L. A. Rodes 


Fairburv 


Cape May 

Carlstadt.. 

Cliffside Park 
(P. O., Grant- 
wood). 

Clifton 


Falls City 

I'rpmont 


Geo. Kintner. 
Geo F Hall 


(icring 




tirand island 


G. J Smith 


Havelock 


Collin gs wood 

Dover 


John B. Ritter (act- 
ing)- 
Roswell S. Bowlby. 




Ivoarnpv ...... 




Dumont 


"\rcCook 


Dunellen 


M. Burr Mann 


Nebraska City — 
N'orfolk 


East Newark 

East Orange. . . . 
East Rutherford- . 

Edgewater 

Egg Harbor 

Elizabeth 


T. W. Hopkins. 
Clifford J Scott 


North Plane 


F. J. Oglee. 
W . F. Conway. 
D. R. Rohrbach. 


Plattsmouth 

Schuyler 


4,190 ! G. E. DcWoU. 
2,6.36 ! R. T. Fosnot. 
6,912 ; E. L. House. 
2,8.52 G. F. Liebondorfer. 
2,719 1 J. L. McC'oinmons. 
4,112 0. H. Bimson. 
2, .592 ': E. M. Short. 
5,388 W. G. Brooks. 

12,016 i B. D. Billinghurst. 
3,2:iS f. L. Neelv. 
4, 144 Walter W. Anderson. 

16,104 CarlM.Bair. 
9,524 A. B. Kellogg. 
22,167 L-.I. IJTindlett. 


ScottsbluH 


Englewood 

Fairview . . 


W. J. White. 
Z. G. Masten 


Snnerior 


Flemington.. 
Fort Lee 


Paul H Axtell 


I'niversity Place. 


Arthur B Chase 


Franklin . . 


E. N. Roselle 


York 


Freehold... 


A. C. Shuck. 




Garfield 


W. H. Steegar. 
S. G. Firman. 
W. F. Bums. 
John F. 0' Toole. 


NEVADA. 


Glen Ridge 

Gloucester 

Guttenberg 

Hackensack 

Uackettsiown 

Haddonfield 

Haddon Heights.. 
Haledon 


Sparks 


W. E. Stark. 
V. C. Brugler. 
Fred A. Nims. 
F. S. Woolson. 
Absalom Grundy. 


NEW HAMPSHIRE. 


Berlin 


Hammonton 

Harrison 




James F. Prende^ 




Hasbrouck 
Heights. 

Hawthorne 

Highland Park 
(P. 0., New 
Brunswick). 

1 Ilightslown 

i Hobokea 


gast. 
J. E. Thomson 


(^onwav . ........ 


3.102 
5, 382 
13,029 
4,604 
6,318 
2,734 
3,405 

11.210 

10, 897 


L. M. Felch. 
Carl Cotton. 
J. E. Wignot. 
Clifton A. Towle. 
F. S. Libbey. 
C. W. Walker. 
Norman J. Page, 

Woodsvillc. 
Wm. C.T.Adams. 
John S. Gilnian. 








F. H. Thoms 


y vet or 


F. W. Furth. 


Vranklin 




(rorham 




Haverhill 


Jane B. Donnell. 




D. S. Kealey. 
R. L. Saunders. 


Keene 


lr\-ingLon 


I>aconia 


Jersey City 

Kearny (P. O., 

Arlington). 
Keyport. . . 


Henry Snyder. 
Herman Dressel. 


Lancaster 


2,819 1 John H. Fuller. 

6. 162 i Caleb H. Niles. 

4,239 V. K. Brackett. 
78,384 H.F.Taylor. 

3,783 H.C. Bales. 
28,379 Charles H. Noyes. 

3,181 O. R. McCoy. 

4, 109 W. H. S. KlliniTwond. 


Littleton 


Willis E Bilderback. 


Manchester 

Milford 


Lambert ville 

Leonia 


John H. Herring. 
Nelson C. Smith. 




Little Ferry 

Lodi 


E. E. Gaigc. 
H. V. .Matthews. 


Newmarket 


Newt) Oft 


Long Branch 

Madison 


Charles T. Stone. 


Nort lumberland . 


2,567 
.2,563 

2,615 
13, .569 
9,073 
6,688 
2,553 


Bert on E. Cook. 
Henry S. Roberts. 

Leon E. Prior. 
Wm. H. Slay ton. 
Alfred W. Smith. 
Walter H.Young. 
Wm. John English. 


W. B. Davis. 


Pembroke f P.O., 
Sun cook). 


Merchant ville 

Metuchen 


George .\. Land. 
T. G. Van Kirk. 


Peterboro 


Milltown .. 


H. R. .Mens'-h. 


Portsmouth 


Millville 


F. J. Sickles. 


Roche-stcr 


-Montelair 


Don C. Bliss. 


Somersworth 

"VN'aipole 


.Morristown 

Newark 


J. B. Wiley. 
D. B. Corson. 



CITY SCHOOL SUPERIXTEXDEXTS. 57 

IV. — Superintendents of Public Schools in Cities and Towns — Continued. 



City. 



NEW JE RSET— con 

New Brunswick . . 

Newton 

North Bergen 

North Plainfield 
(P. O., Plain- 
field). 

Nutley 

Ocean City 

Orange . . ." 

Palisades Park. .. 

Passaic 

Paterson 

Paiilsboro 

Pcnnsgrove 

Perth Amboy . . . 

Phillipsburg 

Pitman 

Plainfield 

PIei2.sant\-iile 

Princeton 

Prospect Park 
(P. O., Pater- 
son). 

Rahway 

Raritari 

Red Bank 

Ridgefield Park. . 

Ridgewood 

Roc ka way 

Roosevelt (P. O., 
Chrome). 

Roselle 

R o ? e 1 1 e Park 
(P. O., Eliza- 
beth). 

Rutherford 

Salem 

Secaucus 

.Soinervllle 

South Amboy. .. . 

Sou 111 Orange 

• South River 

Summit 

Teuafly 

Town " of Union 
(P.O.,Wechaw- 
ken). 

Trenton 

^■ero^a 

Vineland 

AVallington 

AVanaque 

Washington 

"VVechawken 

Westfield 

AVest Hoboken . . . 

West New York. . 

West Orange 

Weslwood 

AVharton 

Wild wood 

Woodburj' 



Popiila- 

tion, 

census of 

1920. 



Superintendent or 
super\ising prin- 
cipal. 



NEW MEXICO. 

Albuquerque 

Clovis 

Beming 

Gallup 

Las Graces 

La.s Vegas (city, 

1'. O., East Las 

Vegas). 
Las Vegas (town) . 

Raton 

Roswell 



32,779 Ira T. Chapman. 

4. 125 C. H. Reagle. 

2.3,344 M. F. Hus-ted. 

6,916 I A. J. Pietseh. 



9,421 ; Paul R. RadclifTe. 

2, .512 I James M. Stevens. 
.33.268 i AV. B. Patrick. 

2,633 Charles B. Arm- 
strong. 
63,841 I F. S. Shepherd. 
135, 875 John R. Wilson. 
4,352 i B. K. Matlack. 
6,060 I Merritt Jenkins. 
41,707 i S. E. Phull. 
16,923 I H. B. Howell. 

3, .385 I Daniel AV. Davis. 
27,700 H. M. Maxson. 

5,887 AV. C. Sullivan. 
.5,917 Mabel T.A'anderbilt. 
4. 292 ) Thomas L. Bump. 



.5, 7.37 1 Edward A'. Walton. 
5,438 : E. F. .Smith. 



9,497 
7, 435 
5, 423 
6,718 
7,897 

12,557 
6,596 

10, 174 
3,58.5 

20,651 



119,289 

3,039 

6,799 

5,715 

2,916 

3,341 

14,485 

9,063 

40,074 

29,926 

15, 573 

2,597 

2,877 

2,790 

5,801 



15, 157 
4,904 
3,212 
3,920 
3,969 
4,304 



3,902 
5, .544 
7i033 



C. A. Fetterly. 
A.J. Dohner. 
M. J. Peehtel. 
T. L. Brooks. 
Oscar O . Barr. 
H. M. Foster. 
W. S. Lesh. 
H. A. Sprague. 
Ralph S. Maugham. 
L. N. Steele. 



W. J. Bickett. 
Frederick N. Brown. 
H. L. Rebor. 
John M. Myers. 
O. L. Fleetwood. 
S. M. Tressler. 
F. A. BalPh. 
C. A. PhiUiower. 
A. O. Smith. 
H. AV. Maxson. 
S. C. Strong. 
Edward D.Graber. 
W. P. Curtis. 
H. C. Chalmers. 
M. G. Thomas. 



John Milne. 
James M. Bickley. 
E. D. Martin. 
Roy L. White. 
G. B. Jones. 
W. B. McFarland. 



Marguerite Bernard. 
L. C. Rhoads. 
D. N. Pope. 



City. 



11,042 


1 
AV. F. Little. i 


4,4.57 


O. A. Fisher. ! 


9,251 


E. C. Gilland. ' 


8, .575 


A. Ray Palmer. 1 


7, 5,S0 


Ira AV. Travell. i 


2,655 


Chas. L. Curtis 


11,047 


B. A'. Hermann. 



NEW MEXICO- 

contmued. 



Santa Fe... 
Silver City. 
Tucumcari . 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



■( 



NEW YOKK. 

Albany 

Albion 

Amity\-ille 

Amsterdam .... 

Auburn 

Avon 

Babylon 

Baldwinsville. . 

Ballstoii Spa. . . 

Batavia 

Bath 

Beacon 

BLnghamton 

Brockport 

Bronxville .. 

Bufialo 

Canandaigua . . . 

Cauastota 

Canton 

Carthage 

CatsMU 

Cedarhurst 

Chatham 

Clyde 

Cohoes 

Cooperstown . . . 

Corinth 

Corning: 

District Xo. 9. \ 
DistrictNo. 13 / 

Cortland i 

Dannemora.. 

Dans^^Ue 

Dcpew 

Dobbs Ferry, 

Dolge^-ille. .". 

Dunkirk ' 

East Am-ora..^... 

East Rochester... 

East Syracuse 

EllenviUe 

Elmira 

Elmira Heights... 

Endicott 

Fairport 

Falconer 

Fort Edward 

Fort Plain 

Frankfort 

Fredonia 

Freeport 

Fulton 

Geneva 

Glen Cove 

Glens Falls 

Gloversville 

Goshen 

Gouverneur 

Gowanda 

Gran\iUe 

Green Island 

Greenport 

Hamburg 

Hastings upon 
Hudson. 

Haverstraw 

Hempstead i 

Herkimer I 

Highland FaUs. .. 

Hoosick Falls | 



7,236 
2, 662 
3,117 



113,344 

4,r,S3 

3, 205 

33, 524 

.36, 192 

2, 5S5 

2, .523 

.3, 6.S.5 

4, 103 

1.3,511 

4, 795 

10, 996 

60,800 

2, PS9 

3, 0.55 

506,775 

7, 356 

3,P95 

2, 631 

4,320 

4,728 

2,838 

2, 710 

2, 528 

22, 987 

2, 725 

2, .576 

15,820 

13,294 
2, 623 
4,631 
5, 8.50 
4,401 
3, 448 

19, .336 
3,703 
3,901 
4,106 
.3, 116 

45, ,393 
4,188 
9,500 
4,626 
2,742 
3,871 
2,747 
4,198 
6,051 
8, .599 

13, 043 

14,648 
8,664 

16, 638 

22, 075 
2,843 
4,143 
2,673 
3,024 
4,411 
3,122 
3, 185 
5,526 

.5,226 
6,382 
10,453 
2, 588 
4,896 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



E. C. Best. 

Lela A. ManvUle. 

John A. Webb. 



C. E. Jones. 
AV. G. Carmer. 
Geo. A. Brown. 
AV. H. Lynch. 
Otis Strong. 
AV. G. Sainiders. 
C. W. Armstrong. 
H. E. Elden. 
AA'. A. Andrews. 
E. A. Lad. 
E. A. Lewis. 
E. D. Hewe^. 
Daniel 3 . Kelly. 
ElizaL>eth S. Barclay 
A. J. Stoddard. 

E. C. HartweU. 

F. E. Fisk. 

A. J. AVilliams. 
J. H. Aliller. 

R. G. Wall ace. 
E. D. Myers. 
(See Lawrence.) 
E. H. Coon. 

E. O. Lansing. 
Edward Hayward. 
M. J. .Multer. 
Harris Crandall. 

fS. L. Howe. 
\A. M. Blodgett. 

F. E. Smith. 
Marion J. Davis. 
AV. J. Braman. 
J. M. Barker. 

B. M. Sheppard. 
Thos. G. Coffee. 

F. R. Darling. 
H. W. Alead. 
L. E. Bird. 

E. T. Hennessy. 
E.G. Hocmer. 
H. O. Hutchinson. 
J. E. Demorest. 
H. H. Cramb. 
H. C. Hardv. 
H. J. Baldwin. 
Franklin Barber. 
AA'. M. Pratt. 
Mason A. Stratton. 
AA". B. BlaisdeU. 
Geo. F. DuBois. 

G. R. Bodley. 
A. J. Merreli. 
H. H. Chapman. 

E. W. Griffith. 
J. E. AVarren. 
H. G. Dibble. 
L. T. AA'ilco.x. 
R. E. Baldwin. 
R. E. Brown. 
James Heatly. 
O. E. Swanson. 

F. R. Park. 

H. H. Murphy. 

L. O. Markham. 
T. P. Calk-ins. 
Loraine AA'. Bills. 
A. E. Margeson. 

C. L. Harvey. 



58 EDUCATIONAL, DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

IV. — Superintendents of Public Schools in Cities and Towns — Continued. 



City. 



KEW YORK— con. 

HorneU 

Hudson 

Hudson Falls 

llion 

Irvington 

Ithaca 

Jamestown 

Johnson City 

Johnstown 

Kenmore (P. O., 
Tonawanda). 

Kington 

Lacliawanna 

Lancaster 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



La Salle . 



Lawrence 

Le Rov 

Little "Falls 

Lockpiort 

Lowell le 

Lj-nbrook 

Lyons 

Malone 

■Mamaroneck 

Massena 

Mechanics ville 

Medina 

Middlctown 

Mineola 

Mohawk 

Mount Kisco 

Mount Morris 

Mount Vernon 

Newark 

Newburgh 

Kew Rochelle. 

New York 

Niagara Falls 

North Tarrytown. 
NorthTonawanda 

Norwich 

Nyack 

Ogdensburg 

Olean 

Oneida 

Oneonta 

Ossining 

Oswego 

Owego 

Patcnogue 

PeekskiU: 

District No. 7. 

District Na 8. 

Penn Yan 

Perry 

Plattsburg 

Pleasantville 

Port Chester 

Port Jervis 

Potsdam 

Poughkeepsie 

Rensselaer 

Rochester 

RockviUe Center. 

Rome 

Rye 

Sag Harbor 

Salamanca 

Saranac Lake 

Saratoga Springs. 

Saugerties 

Scarsdale 

Schenectady 

Scotia 



l.i, 025 
11,745 

5,761 
10, 169 

2,701 
17,004 
38, 917 

8, 587 
10,908 

3,160 

26,688 

17, 918 

6,059 

3,813 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



2,861 
4,203 
13,029 
21, 308 
3,127 
4,371 
4,2.53 
7, 556 
6,571 
5,993 
8,166 
6,011 
18, 420 
3,016 
2,919 
3,944 

3. 312 
42, 726 

6,964 

30, 366 

36,213 

o, 620, 048 

50.760 

5, 927 

15,4S2 

8,268 

4,444 

14,609 

20,506 

10, 541 

11,582 

10, 739 

23,626 

4,147 

4,031 

15, 868 

4, .517 

10,909 
3,590 

16, 573 

10, 171 
4,039 

35,000 

10,823 

295,750 

6,202 

26,341 
5, 308 
2,993 
9,276 
5,174 

13,181 
4,013 
3, .506 

88,723 
4,358 



H. 
M. 

G. 
H. 
F. 
F. 
M. 
F. 
E. 
F. 



S. Dodge. 

C. Smith. 
A. Ingalls. 
M. Schwartz. 
J. Bierce. 

D. Bovnton. 
J. Fletcher. 
M. Smith. 
L. Ackley. 

C. Densberger. 



M. J. Michael. 
W. J. Breen. 
F. L. Smith. 

IW. H. Daley (school 
No. 4). 
W. V. Willis (school 
No. 5). 
Robert G. Horn. 
E. B. Tavlor. 
H. D. Her%ey. 
R. B. Kelley. 
L. A. Davis. 

C. D. Vosburgh. 
W. H. Kinney. 
H. H. Lamberton. 
Arthur Z. Boothby. 
E. G. Simmons. 

E. E. Jones. 
H. E. Brown. 

E. H. Burdick. 
Jacob I. Allart. 
H. M. Fisher. 
H. M. Jennings. 
H. J. Coon. 

W. H. Holmes. 

F. N. Stroup. 
S. J. Gage. 
Albert Leonard. 
William L. Ettinger. 
J. B. Laidlaw. 
Chas. A. Benedict. 

D. E. Batcheller. 
F. R. WassuBg. 
H. J. Wiehtman. 

F. C. Byrn. 

W. C. Greenawalt. 
H. W. Langworthy. 

G. J. Dann. 

E. A. Barto. 
Frederick Leighton. 
W. A. McConnell. 
Sheridan Linn. 

/Fred J. Bohlmann. 
\A. D. Dunbar. 

W. E. De Melt. 

W. H. McCleUam. 

G. M. Elmendorf. 

J. E. Morgan. 

Alva George Frost. 

A. H. Naylor. 

R. T. Congdon. 

Ward C. Moon. 

W. T. aark. 

H. S. Weet. 

W. S. Covert. 

G. R. Staley. 

G. E. Webster. 

Wm. M. Wood. 

Geo. A. Place. 

H. V. Littell. 

Charles L. Mosher. 

J. C. Benedict. 

R. I. UnderhiU. 

E. R. Whitney. 

A. W. Miller. 



City. 



NEW YORK— con. 

Seneca Falls 

Sidney 

Silver Creek 

Solvay 

Southampton 

Spring Valley 

Suflern 

Syracuse 

Tarrytown 

Tonav.'anda 

Troy: 

Lansingburg 
district. 

Union district 

Tuckahoe 

Tupper Lake 

Union 

Utica 

Walden 

Walton 

Wappingers Falls 

Warsaw 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watertown 

Watervliet 

Watkins 

Waverly 

Wellsville 

Westfield 

WhitehaU 

White Plains 

Whitesboro 

Yonkers 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



NORTH CAROLINA 



Albemarle 

Ashboro 

Asheville 

Beaufort 

Belmont 

Burlington 

Canton 

Charlotte 

Concord 

Dunn 

Durham 

Edenton 

Elizabeth City... 

Fayetteville 

Gaslonia 

Goldsboro 

Green.sboro 

Green\'iUe 

Hamlet 

Henderson , 

Hendersonville.. 

Hickory 

High Point , 

Kings Mountain. 

Kinston , 

Laurinburg 

Lenoir , 

Lexington , 

Ltncolnton , 

Lumber! on 

Monroe 

Mooresville 

MoreheadCity.... 

Morganton . . -. 

Mount Airy , 

New Bern , 

Newton 

Oxford 

Raleigh 

Reidsville , 



6,389 
2,670 
3,260 
7, 3.52 
2, S91 
3,818 
3,154 
171,717 
5,807 
10,068 

72, 013 

3,509 
2,508 
3,303 

94,156 
5,493 
3,598 
3,235 
3,622 
2,637 
3,809 

31,285 

16, 073 
2,785 
5,270 
4,996 
3,413 
5,258 

21,031 

3,038 

100, 176 



2,691 
2,559 

28,504 
2,968 
2,941 
5,952 
2,584 

46,338 
9,903 
2,805 

21,719 
2,777 
8,925 
8,877 

12,871 

11,296 

19. 861 
5; 772 
3,808 
5,222 
3,720 
5,076 

14,302 
2,800 
9,771 
2,643 
3,718 
5,254 
3,390 
2,691 
4,084 
4,315 
2,958 
2,867 
4,752 

12, 198 
3,021 
3,608 

24,418 
5,333 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



A. C. Hamilton. 
John B. Chilson. 
W. H. Edwards. 

' J. P. Sherrard. 
i H. F. Sabine. 
I Guy P. Reeo. 
! A. P. Burroughs. 

P. M. Hughes. 

L. V. Case. 

F. K. Sutley. 

/Neil K. White. 
lArvie Eldred. 

Margaret T. Haves. 

B. D. McCormick. 
K. E. Beilbv. 
John A. DeCamp. 
E. W. Bennett. 

C. P. Wells. 
W. E. Archer. 
Herbert Pre.ston. 

E. P. Watkins. 

D. H. Naylor. 

F. S. Tisdale. 
H. H. Lansing. 
John A. Beers. 
P. C. Meserve. 
H. J. Steere. 

G. F. Dickson. 
A. J. Laidlaw. 
J. W. Lumbard. 
R. W. Thompson. 
L. F. Hodge. 



J. H. Mclver. 

D. W. Maddox. 
W. L. Brooker. 

C. W. E. Piitmaa. 
H. C. Sisk. 
C. C. Haworth. 
J. T. Hatcher. 
H. P. Harding. 
A. S. Webb. 
W. S. Snipes. 

E. D. Pusey. 
Joe R. Nixon. 
S. L. Sheep. 

M. B. Andrews. 

W. P. Grier. 

O. A. Hamilton. 

Frederick Archer. 

J. H. Rose. 

C. G. Garrett. 

J. T. Alderman. 

A. W. Honeycutt. 

R. W. Carver. 

W. M. Marr. 

J. Y. Irvin. 

K. R. Curtis. 

S. W. Ratt. 

Horace Sisk. 

J. H. Cowlas. 

E. D. Johnson. 

W. B. Crumpton, jr. 

S. G. Ha-.vfield. 

E. M. Crouch. 

H. L. Joslyn. 

W. F. Wampler. 

J. H. Hurst. 

H. B. Smith. 

M. S. Beam. 

C. G. Credle. 

S. B. Underwood. 

P. H. Gwynn, jr. 



CITY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 59 

IV. — Superintendents of Public Schools in Cities and Towns — Continued. 



City. 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



NORTH CAEO- 

LINA — continued. 

Roanoke Rapids. . 

Rockingham 

Rocky Mount 

Salisbury 

Saaford 

Shelby 

Spencer 

States ville 

Tarboro 

Thomasville 

Wadesboro 

Washington 

Wilmington 

Wilson 

Winston-Salem... 

NORTH DAKOTA. 

Bismarck 

Devils Lake 

Dickinson 

Fargo 

Grafton 

Grand Forks 

Jamestown 

Mandan 

Minot 

VaUoyCity 

Wahpeton 

WUliston , 

omo. 

Akron 

Alliance 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Athens 

Barberton 

BarnesviUe 

Bedford 

Bellaire , 

Bellefontaine 

Belle vue 

B'erea , 

Bowling Green.. 

Bridgeport 

Bryan 

Bucyrus 

ByesviUe 

Cambridge 

Canton 

Celina 

ChiUicofhe 

Cincinnati 

Circleville 

Cleveland 

Cleveland 
Heights. 

Clyde 

Columbus 

Conneaut 

Coshocton 

Crestline 

Crooksville 

Cuyahoga Falls. . 

Dayton 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Delphos 

Dennison 

Dover 

East Cleveland . . 
East Liverpool . . 
East Palestine... 



3,369 

2,509 

12, 742 

13, SSI 

2,977 

3,609 

2,510 

7,895 

4,568 

5,670 

2,648 

6,314 

33, 372 

10,612 

48, 395 



7,122 
5,140 
4,122 

21,981 
2,512 

14,010 
6,627 
4,336 

10, 476 
4, 6S6 
3,069 
4,178 



208, 435 

21,603 
9,249 

22,082 
6,418 

18, 811 
4,865 
2,677 

15, 081 
9,336 
5,776 
2,959 
5,78S 
3,977 
4,252 

10,425 
2,775 

13, 104 

87, 091 
4,226 

15, &31 

401, 247 

7,049 

799, 798 

15,236 

3,099 

237, 031 

9,343 

10,847 
4,313 
3,311 

10,200 
152, 559 
8,876 
8,756 
5,745 
5,524 
8,101 

27, 292 

21,411 
5,750 



Superinfendent or 
super\istng prin- 
cipal. 



E. J. Coitrane. 
L. J. Bell. 
R. M. Wilson. 
T. W. Andrews. 
C. E. Teague. 
I. C. GriflQn. 
H. C. Miller. 
R. M. Gray. 
L. M. Epps. 
.1. N. Hauss. 
C. L. Gates. 
Frank L. Ashley. 
W. A. Graham. 
Chas. L. Coon. 
R. H. Latham. 



H. O. Saxvik. 
Nelson Sauvaia. 
P. S. Berg. 
J. G. Moore. 
C. C. Finnegan. 
W. C. Stebbins. 
H. H . Kirk. 
C. L. Love. 
L. A. White. 
G. W. Hanna. 
PaulE..Shafer. 
Harry E. Polk. 



Carrol R. Reed. 

B. F. Stanton. 
John A. McDowell. 
H.C.Dieterich. 

C. E. Stailey. 
U. L. Light. 
W.C.Jordan 
A. E. Moody. 
J. V. Nelson. 
R. J. Kiefer. 

C. M. Carrick. 
S. S. Dickey. 

D. C. Bryant. 
S. A. Gillett. 
J. W. Wyandt. 
John R. Patterson 
W. H. Nicholson. 
W. E. Arter. 
Wilson Hawkins. 
S. A. Frampton. 
J. H. Mason. 

R. J. Condon. 
J. O. Ea^leson. 
R. G. Jones. 
J. W. McLane. 

A. J. Love. 
J. G. Collicott. 
C. M. Dickey. 
O.B. Clifton. 

E. W. BeU. 
E.D.Bates. 

W. H. Richardson. 
Paul C. Stetson. 

E. W. Howey. 
H. T. Main. 
H. R. Hick. 
W. H. Angel. 
S. O. Mase. 
W. H. Kirk. 

F. P. Geiger. 
A. D. Ladd. 



City. 



OHIO — continued. 

East Youngstown 

Eaton 

Ebnwood Place. . 

EhTia 

Euclid 

Fairport (P. O., 
FaLrport Har- 
bor). 

Findlay , 

Fostoria 

Franklin 

Fremont 

Gallon 

Gallipolis 

Garfield Heights. 

Geneva 

GIrard 

Glouster 

Greenfield 

Greenville 

Hamilton 

Hillsboro 

Hubbard 

Irouton 

Jackson 

Kenmore 

Kent 

Kenton 

Lake wood 

Lancaster 

Lebanon 

Leetonia 

Lima 

Lisbon 

Lockland 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



i^ogan 

London. , 

Lorain 

Mansfield 

Marietta 

Marion 

Martins Ferry 

Marj^sviUe 

Massillon 

Maumee 

Medina 

Miamlsburg 

Middleport 

Middletown 

Mingo Junction... 

Montpelier 

Mount Vernon 

Napoleon 

NelsonviUe 

Newark 

New Boston (R. 
F. D., Ports- 
mouth). 

Newcomerstown. 

New Lexington.. 

New Phila- 
delphia. 

Niles 

Norwalk , 

Norwood , 

OberUn , 

Orrville 

PainesviUe 

Piqua 

Pomeroy 

Port Clinton 

Portsmouth 

Ravenna 

Reading 

St. Bernard 

St. Marys 



11,2.37 W. M. Conrsen. 

3.210 JohnO'Learv. 
3,991 W.S. EversiiU. 

20,474 F. M. Shelton. 

3,363 W. A. Franks. 

4.211 M.C.Helm. 



17,021 T. F. Matteson. 

9, 987 F. H. Warren. 

3,071 G. H. Gerke. 

12,468 F. P.Timmons. 

7,374 E. v. Bowers. 

6,070 W. G. Scarberrv. 

2, .5.50 Glenn D.King" 

3,081 E.N.Dietrich. 

6, .1.^6 H.L.Cash. 

3, 140 M. M. Brysou. 

4,344 E.L.Porter. 

7, 104 Minor McCooI. 

39, 675 Darrell Joyce. 

4,336 O.C.Jackson. 

3,320 A.E.Robinson. 

14,007 E. Q. Swan. 

5,842 J. E. Kinnison. 

12,683 Chas.E.McCorkle. 

7,070 W.A.Walls. 

7,690 Arden L. .\llyn. 

41,732 C. P. Lvnch. 

14,706 J. J. Phillips. 

3, 396 Claude A. Bnmer. 

2,688 E. P. Stonebraker. 

41, .326 J. E. Collins. 

3, 113 W. H. Geiger. 

4, 007 A. L. Heer. 

5,493 C. F. Rid.gley. 

4,080 W.H.Rice. 

37,295 D.J.Boone. 

27,824 H. H. Helter. 

15,140 B.O. Skinner. 

27,S91 H. R. McVay. 

11,634 R. C. Maston. 

3,635 W.R.Hoover. 

17,428 L.E.York. 

3,195 H.E.Dewey. 

3,4.30 W. E. Conkie. 

4,383 H.V. Bear. 

3,772 A. W. McKay. 

23,594 R.W.Solomon. 

4,616 Chas. S. McVay. 

3,052 C. A.Robbins. 

9,237 A. W. ElUott. 

4,143 W. R.Ash. 

6,440 D. A. Ferree. 

26,718 O.J.Barnes. 

4,817 D.E.Ross. 



3,389 W.B.Hayes. 

3,157 E.G. Darnell. 

10, 718 Chas. S. McVey. 

13,080 S.L. Eby. 

7,379 C.C.Patterson. 

24,966 W. S.Cadman. 

4,2.36 H. L. Rawdon. 

4, 107 M. C. Avery. 

7,272 C. C. Underwood. 

15,044 G.C.Dietrich. 

4, 294 Wayne Lutz. 

3,928 L. E. McKinley. 

33,011 Frank Appel. 

7,219 E. O. Trescott. 

4,540 R.J.Lyon. 

6,312 F.M.Reynolds. 

5,679 C. C. McBroom. 



60 EDUCATIONAL PIEECTOKY, 1922-1923. 

IV.— SrrKKiNTKNDEXTS OF PuBLic SCHOOLS IN CiTiES AND TowNS— Conliaued. 



Citv. 



OHIO — continued. 

8alpni 

SaUiioville 

Sandusky *.. 

Scbrinp 

Sliadyslde 

Shelby 

Sidney 

Sprinsficld 

Stenbenvillc 

Struihcrs 

Tiffin 

Toledo 

Toronto 

Troy 

I'hrichsville 

I'pper Sandusky. 

I'rbana 

Van Wert 

Wadsworth 

Wapakoneta 

AVarren 

Washington C. H 

Wause.in 

Wellston 

Wellsville 

West Park 

Willard 

Will.iughby 

Wiliningtoh 

Woost er 

Xenia 

Vounpstown 

•Zancsville 



Popula- 
tion. 

census of 
1920. 



OKLAHOMA. 



Ada 

Altus 

Alva 

Anadarko.. . 

Ardmore 

Barliesville. . 
Blacksvell. . . 

Bristow 

Cardin 

Chickasha... 
("laremore. .. 

Cleveland 

Clinton 

('oalgate 

("ollinsville.. 
Commerce. . . 
Cushing 

Drumright. . 

JJuncan 

Durant 

Elk City 

Kl Reno 

Enid 

Frederick 

<;uthrie 

Hartshorne., 

Henryctta.. 

Ilobart 

Holdenvillc. 

Hominy 

Hugo 

Idabcl 

Law ton 

.McAHster... 

•Madill 

Mangum — 

Miami 

Muskogee... 

Kewkirk 

Norman 

Nowata 



Puperinlendent or 
.supervising prin- 
cipal. 



10.305 
■2,700 

22.897 
3, ,141 
3,084 
n, .")7S 
8, .590 

60, 840 

28, oOS 
.5, 847 

14,375 

213, 104 

t,6S4 

7, 200 

6, 42S 

3, 708 

7, 021 

8, 100 

4, 742 

5, 295 
27, 050 

7,962 
3, 035 
fi, 6-S7 
8, 849 
8, 5S1 
3, 889 
2, 656 
5,037 
8,204 
9, 110 
132, 358 
29, 569 



8,0!2 
4, 522 
3,913 
3,116 
14,181 
14,417 
7,174 
3, 460 
2, 640 
10, 179 
3, 435 
2,717 
2, .596 
3,009 
3, 801 
2, .555 
6,326 
6, 400 
3, 463 
/, 340 
2,814 
7, 737 
16, .576 
3,822 
11,7.57 
3,480 
5,889 
2, 936 
2,932 
2, 875 
6, 308 
3,067 
8,9.30 
12,095 
2,717 
3, 405 
0,802 
30,277 
2, .533 
.5,004 
4, 435 



Johns. Alan. 
C. W. Vermillion. 
F.J. Prout. 
Ralph W. Ling. 
G. .\I. McCommon. 
R. 1 . Lewis. 
H. A. Hartman. 
Geo. K. McCord. 
R. L. Erwin. 
H. S. Floyd. 
C. A. Krout. 
Charles S. Meek. 
S. C. Dennis. 
T. E. Hook. 
H. B. Galhiailh. 
E. H. Brown. 
A. F. Hixson. 
II. L. Sullivan. 
P. V. Kreider. 
C.C. Nardin. 
H. B. Turner. 
Harry S. Rces. 

E. L. Bowsher. 
J. C. Timberman. 
S. E. Paw. 

F. E. Reynolds. 
W. C. Kramer. 

O.K. Proba.seo. 

G. C. Maurer. 
C. A. Wait/.. 
O. L. Reid. 

F. C. Kirkcudail. 



J. E. Hickman. 
ArtvB. Smith. 
C. P. Davis. 
L. O. McClure. 
C. W. Richards 
G.B.Clift. 
A. J. Lovett. 
Charles E. Uutlon. 

T. T. Montgomery. 
A. W. Bevers. 
P. B. Hum.phrey. 
W. AV. Isle. 
A. P. Lever. 
E.J. Stevenson. 
J. B. Steed. 
George A. Coffey. 
W. C. French. 
H.B.Davis. 
R. R. Tompkins. 
Arthur L. Richards. 
C. E.Grady. 

E. D. Price. 
J. O. Shaw. 
C.N. Peak. 
C. E. Fair. 
John S. Hefley. 

F. A.Balyeat. 
C. L. Reeves. 
P.C.Smith. 

M. P. Hammond. 
L. N. Gray. 
M. L.Cotton. 
W. G. Mastcrson. 
F. A. Ramsey. 
E. A. Hood. 
J. E. Arendell. 
R. J. Tighe. 
}.W. Turner. 
A. S. Faulkner. 
H. Clay Fisk. 



Cily. 



OKi.AiioM.^ — con. 

Oklahoma 

Okmulgee 

I'uuls \ alley 

I'awhuska 

Pcrrv 

Richer 

Ponca City , 

Poteau 

Purccll 

Sand Springs 

Sapulpa 

Shawnee 

Stillwattr 

Sulphur 

Tulsa 

Viiiita 

Wagoner 

Walters 

Waurika 

Woodward 

Wynona 

Vale 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



OREGON. 

Albanj' 

Ashland 

Astoria 

Baker 

Bend 

Corvallis 

Dallas 

Eugene 

Grants Pass 

Hood River. . . . 
Klamath Falls., 

La Grande 

Mc.Minnville 

Marshfield 

Medford 

Newbcrg 

North Bend..., 

Oregon Cily 

Pendleton 

Portland 

Roseburg 

Salem 

The Dalles 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

Aliquippa 

Ahentown 

Altoona 

Ambler 

Ambridgc , 

Apollo 

Archbald 

Arnold 

Ashland 

Ashlev 

Aspinwall(P.O., 

Pittsburgh). 

Athens 

Avalon (P. O., 

Pittsburgh). 

Avoca 

Bangor 

Barnesboro 

Beaver 

Beaver Falls 

Bellefonte 

Bellevuc 

Bell wood 

BentleyviUe 

Berwick 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



91, 295 
17,4.30 
3, 694 
6,414 
3, 154 
9,676 
7,051 
2,679 
2, 938 
4,076 
11,634 
15,318 
4, 701 
3, 607 
72, 075 
.5,010 
3, 436 
3, 032 
3,201 
3,840 
2, 749 
2,601 



4,810 

4, 283 
14,027 

7,729 
0,415 
,% 752 
2,701 
10, 593 
3,151 
3, 195 
4,801 
6,913 
2,767 
4,034 
5, 756 

2, .566 

3, 268 

5, 086 
7,387 

258, 288 

4, 381 

17, 679 

5,807 



2,931 

76,051 

60, 331 

3, 004 

12,730 

3, 227 

8,603 

6,120 

0, 006 

6, 520 

3,170 

4,384 
0,277 

4,950 
0,402 
4,183 
4, 135 
12, 802 
3,9% 
8,198 
2.629 
3,079 
12, 181 



A. C. Parsons. 
II. B. Brimer. 
John T. Butcher. 
J. O. Hall. 
W. F. Shult?.. 
C. S. Wortman. 
J. N. Hamilton. 
W. A. Krdman. 
K. W. Harris. 
F. R. Pauly. 
J. R.Barton. 
H. G. Faust. 
W. H. Bishop. 
A. C. Flovd. 
E. K. Oherholtzer. 
M. R. Floyd. 
James O. Crook. 
Jno. H. Andrews. 
J. T. Eischeid. 
K. H. Homberger. 
Harry D. Simmons. 
S. C. Herrin. 



C. W. Boetlicher. 
Geo. A. Briscoe. 
A. C. Strange. 
Prentiss Brown. 
G. W. Ager. 
J. O. McLaughlin. 
R. R. Turner. 
E. F. Carleton. 
W. J. Mishler. 
A. M. Cannon. 
J. P. Wells. 
A. C. Hampton. 
Omar N. Bittner. 

C. A. Howard. 
Aubrey G. Smith. 
A. C. Stanbrough 
G. A. Ruring. 

R. W. Kirk. 
H. E.Iulow. 

D. A. Grout. 
M. S. llamm. 
Geo. W. Hng. 
Will E. Wiley. 



Jolm II. Linn. 
H. W. Dodd. 
R. E. Laramy. 
J. .M. Fisher. 
Samuel Fausold. 
J. D. Boydston. 
W. A. Kelly. 

D. F. Detter. 

E. W. Taylor. 
A. P. Cope. 

F. D. Keboch. 

Roy G. WiLmer. 
S. Todd Perley. 

Chas. B. Webber. 
John W. Gruver. 

E. D. Ott. 

J. H. Eiseuhaver. 
Floyd Atwell. 
Artliur H. Sloop. 
T. E. Garbcr. 

F. A. Hamilton. 
C. C. Pearsall. 
M. E. Houck. 



CITY BCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 61 

IV. — Superintendents op Public Schools in Cities and Towns — Continued, 



City. 


Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 


I 
Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 


City. 


Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 


Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 


PENNSYLVANIA— 

continued. 
'RcthlpnoTn 


54,149 
3,299 
4,391 
6, .564 

7,S19 

3,189 

4, 987 

20, 879 

1.5, 525 

4,680 

3,092 

10,273 

3,272 

2, ,502 

2,765 

23, 778 

10, 632 

18,640 

10,916 

11,. 516 

10, 504 

4,714 

4,793 

13, 171 

11,516 

,58,030 

10,777 

2, 793 

8, ,529 

3,469 

2,867 

6,336 

14,515 

2,643 

3,834 

10, 836 
13,804 
8,481 
2,845 
- 6, 162 
7,228 
2,836 
5,954 
2,973 
3, 115 

6,952 
7,922 

2,889 
11,049 
14, 131 

0, 455 

4,024 

3,837 

13,681 

20, 2.50 

4, .576 

19,011 
7,776 
5,256 

3,868 


James N. Muir. 

C. E. Cole. 
H. E. Seville. 
H. B. Anthony. 

L. P. Sterner. 
G. B. Swinehart. 
R. R. Anderson. 
Thomas G.McCleary 
J. F. Butterworth. 
H. E. James. 

D. Y, Siesholts. 
Louise D. Baggs. 
Wm. H. McUhnttan. 
Jasse Coldren. 
Elmer E. Sipe. 
John A. Gibson. 

F. W. McVay. 
Evan J. Lewis. 
J. C. Wagner. 
Thomas J. George. 
Wm. H. Sprenkle. 

H. J. Reinhard. 
L. G. Walp. 
U. L. Gordv. 
T. L. Pollock. 
Chas. A. Wagner. 
F. N. Frits. 

C. A. Middles warth. 
George E. Zerfoss. 
Sarah Edwards. 

D. L, Winger. 
John E. Gildea. 
H. R. Vanderslice. 
W. G. Lambert. 

S. EUa Stern. 

Wm. C. Sampson. 
Bela B. Smith. 
Chas. S. Hottenstein 
William Shetlock. 
J. C. W'erner. 
A. E. Hemstreet. 
Geo. A. Retan. 
L. F. Brunk. 
Grant Xorris. 
J. T. Ruhl. 

D.N. Dieffenbaeher. 
Amos Chamberlain. 
James C. Bryson. 
P. M. Brerman. 
Thos. M. Gilland. 
Ralph Radeliffe. 

A. B. Moyer. 
Carmon Ross. 
T. T. Allen. 
A.J. Ratchford. 
Katherine Brown. 

C. H. Wolford. 
J. P. Gibbons. 
J. M. Uhler. 

F. A. Frear. 


PEXNSYLVANI.\— 

continued. 
Easton... 


33,813 
6,527 
4, 855 
2,670 

3,181 

9,027 

2, 703 
3,319 
2,828 
8, 958 
4,370 
3, 036 
3, 735 
93, 372 
6,341 

4, 176 

2, .596 
15, 586 

5,605 
6,004 
3.. 389 

5,590 
9,970 
2,632 

3,452 
6,666 
2,696 
2,969 
3,. 580 
4,439 
4,766 
4,482 
6,9.59 

15,033 
8,101 
4,944 
2,764 
8,664 

75,917 

32, 277 
3,008 
4,071 

20,452 
2,756 
' 2,6.54 
7,0.51 
7.043 
2,900 

3, 235 
10, 027 

3, .366 
3,326 
6,103 
5,400 

67, 327 
7,660 
7,283 

15,286 
7,153 
7,201 

4,695 

2,684 


James C. Bay. 
M. C. Harner. 
Elmer E. Kuntz. 
Lydia A. GriswelL 

R. C. McElfish. 

J. 0. Herman. 

D. R.Douglass. . 
S. A. Conway. 
M. S. McDowell. 
C. F. Becker 


Birdsboro 

Blairsville 

Blakely (P. O., 
Peckville). 

Bloomsburg 

Boyertown 

Brackcnridge 

Braddock 

Bradford .. 

Bridgeport 

BridgcviUe 

Bristol 


East Pittsburgh . . 
East Stroudsburu. 
Eddystone(P.O,, 

Chester). 
Edgevvood (P. 0., 

Pittsburgh). 
EdwardsviUe (P, 

0., Ivingston). 

Elizabeth 

Elizabethtown. . . 

Ellsworth 

Ell wood City 

Emaus 


Brookville 


H. J. Yeager. 
J. Milton Lord. 


BrosvTisville 


Emporium 

Ephrata 


Butler. 


Erie 


John C. Diehl 


Canonsburg 

Carbondale 

Carlisle 

Carnegie 


Etna(P.O., Pitts- 
burgh). 

Exeter (P. 0., 
Pittston). 

Export 


Wm. M. Stewart. 
Elizabeth Dougher. 


Carrick (P. 0., 


George F. Long. 
Samuel M Rnhh 


Pittsburgh). 

Catasauqua 

Centerville 

Chambersburg 

Charleroi 


Farrell 


Ford City 

Forest City 

Forty Fort (P. 0., 

ICingston). 

Frackville 

Franklin ^ 

Franklin 3 (P. 0., 

Conemaugh). 
Freedom 


R. D. Welch. 
W. S. Hayues. 
A. A. Killian. 


Chester 


W. R. Trautman 


Clairton 


C. E. Carter. 


Clarion. . . 


E. E. Custer. 


Clearfield 




Chfton Heights... 
Clymer 


W'. L. Miller. 


Freelaud 


N. P. Luckenbill 


Coaldale 


Freeport 


E. 0. Liggilt. 


CoatesviUe... 


Galeton 


J. B. Bates. 


CoUege Hill (P. 
O ., Beaver 

Falls). 
Collingdale(P.O., 
Darby). 


Gallitzen 


R. H. Biter. 


Gettysburg 

Gilberton 

Girardville 

Glassport 


Helen L. Cope. 
C. A. Burke. 
H. S. Rausch. 
John S. Hart. 


Columbia 


Greensburg 

Greenville 

Grove City 

Hamburg 

Hanover 


Thos. S March 


( onnellsville 

Conshoiiocken 

Coplay 


G. B. Gcrberich. 
H.M. B.Lehn. 
John N Land 


Coraopolis 


S. M. StoulTer. 


Corry 


Harrislmrg 

Hazleton 


F K Downes 


Coudersport 


A. D. Thomas. 


Crafton 


Hellertown 

Hollidaysburg 

Homestead 

Honesdale 

Hummelstown. . .' 

Huntingdon 

Indiana 


Robert N. Taylor 
H. J. Barrett. 
Port Eckles. 
J. J. Ivoehler. 
E. Guy Greenawalt. 
E.R.Barclay. 
H. \ . HerUnger 
M. A. Steiner. 


Curwensville 

Dale (P. 0., 

Johnstown). 
Danville 


Darby 


Derry 


Dickson City 

Donora 


Ingram (P. O., 

Pittsburgh"). 
Irwiu. - 


Dormont (P. 0., 


R. W, Clawges. 


Pittsburgh). 




E. W. Lonsr. 


Downingtown 

Doylestown 


Jenkintown 


E. R. Robbins. 
H. H. Rounds. 


Dubois 


Jersey Shore 

johnsonburg 

Johnstown 

Juniata 


F. H. l^ainter. 


Dunmore 


C. E. Wilson. 


Dupont (P. O., 
Avoca). 


S. J. Slawson. 
M. B. Wineland. 


Duquesne 


Kane 


Ralph S. Dewey. 


Duryea 




J. R. Merkel. 


East Conemaueh 
(P. O., Coiie- 
maugh). 

East Mauch 
Chunk. 


Kittanning 

Knoxville (P. 0., 
Mount Oliver). 

Kulpmont 

Kutztown 


Clyde W'. Cranmer. 
Milo H. Miller. 

J. A. Shovlin. 
H. B, Yoder. 



'■ City. 



8 Borough. 



26734° 



€2 EDUCATIONAL DIKECTORY, 1922-1923. 

IV.— ScPERiNTEXOKXTs OF PuBLic SCHOOLS IN CiTiK<5 \xn TowNS — Continued. 



City. 


Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 


Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 


City. 


Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 


Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 


PKNN-VI.VANIA— 

continued. 


53. l.'iO 
4,72S 
4,797 
9, 0-2.5 
9,43S 

9,4S4 

24, •543 

3,991 

6, 102 

3, 201 
9, S49 
3,f)S0 
8, 557 
5,998 
2,880 
4,674 

2,751 

46, 781 

16, 713 

15, 599 

2,712 

5,324 

3,666 

3,832 

14,568 

4,088 

4,109 

3, 710 

.5, 920 

5,452 

2,936 

8,031 

8, ass 

4,365 

7,845 

3,838 

18, 179 

8,688 

4, 364 
3, («9 

17.469 
5, 575 
5,862 
4,744 
6,418 

22,614 
5,028 
3,704 
4,288 
9,361 

44, 938 

11,987 
2,537 

32,319 
9,349 

2,605 

14,928 

3,481 

4,001 

4,512 

21,274 

12,237 

10,236 

2, 512 

7,108 


H. B. Work. 
J. W. Oapp. 
O. E. Mark. 
W. K. OrolT. 
M. L. McCann. 

C. S. Miller. 

E. M. Balsbaugh. 
S. M. Neadev. 

B. M. Shull.' 
H. S. Bourne. 
W. A. Hulchison. 
M. C. Demmy. 
N. P. Benson. 

T. G. Osborne. 
J. H. Gaskins. 
A. T.O'DonneU (act- 
ing). 
W. L. Moore. 
J. B. Richcv. 
T. K. Johnston. 
H. A. Odav. 
H. C. Biireard. 
H. C. Sabold. 

E. P. Heokert. 
Anna L. McCarthy. 
W. W.Irwin. 

H. B. Feld. 
Wm. H. Mi cheats. 

D. H. Bauman. 
H. J. Wickev. 

F. C. Ketler: 
0. C. GortTier. 

C. C. \V^illiamson. 
Carl L. Millward. 
Frank A. McCarthy. 

C. E. Roudabush. 
L. C. French. 
H. E. Gress. 
John H. Dorr. 
C. E. Drumm. 
C.C. Callin. 
W. M. Yeingst. 
Minnie Ubincer. 
John C. Haberlen. 
C.C. Smith. 
Chas. R. Stone. 

A. P. Diffendafer. 
H. C. SaLsjriver. 
Geo. H. Wiisnn. 
f". A. Marcks. 

S. W. Lyons. 
Beu G. Graliam. 
Berlin Empfield. 
P. S. Canfleld. 

H. 0. Dietrich. 
Clyde S. Franken- 

iield. 
R. V. Keys. 

H. G. Means. 

W. J. McQuiston. 
N. A. Danow.sky. 
W. Lee Gilmore. 
Le Roy WeUer. 

B. T. Harris. 

M. W. Ciimniiugs. 

Burr Hall. 

B. F. Rosenberry. 


PENNSYLVAXI.V— 

continued. 
Palmyra 


3,646 
2,543 
3,810 
5, 628 
3,628 

4, 090 
3,1.50 

1, 823, 779 

3,900 

10,484 

5, 738 
588,343 

18, 497 
16,500 
2,662 
4,804 
2,882 
2,538 

17, 431 

21, 870 
2, 53f^ 

10,311 
4,391 
7,301 

107,784 
3,198 
5,877 
4,116 
6,037 
6,957 
3, 278 
6,5S5 

6,495 

6,967 

8,078 

5,437 

5,768 

137,783 

4,955 

21,204 

21, 747 

8,921 

4,674 

24,726 

4,:j72 

4,014 

3, 121 

3,125 

4,675 

4,239 

2,538 

4,341 

3,035 

2,944 

2.929 

13 428 


C F TTarnish 




Parkesburg 

Parnassus 


Lloyd L. Coil. 
W. Rav Smith. 
E A Evans 


Lanwio>*^^e 


Parsons 

Palton 


LarksN-illeCP. O., 
Wilkos-Barre). 

Tot rnlv* 


^Vin Bo*-S(*Tmfl.Ti 


Pen Arijyl 

Perkasie 


W. E. Muth. 

I/. H. Wagenhorst. 




Philadelphia 

Philipsbiir!; 

Phoenixville 

Pitcairn 

1 Pittsburgh 

Pittslon 


Leechburg 


C. V. Erdly. 
Isaac Doughton. 
H. F. Hare. 
W. M. Davidson. 
D J Crav 


Lowisburg 

Lewistown 

T Uit7 


Lock Haveu 


Fivmouth 

Polk 


S. L. Smith. 
W. H. Beggs. 
R B P><»irrl 


Lyk<*n? 


Portaee 


Port Carbon 

Port Vue (P. 0., 
McKeesport). 

Pottstown 

Pottsville 


A. G. W. Schlegel. 
A. E. Leffler. 

A. E. Kraybill. 


McDonald 

McKeesport 

McICees Roeks.... 

MahanovCity.... 


Prospect Park (P. 

O., Moores). 

Punxutawney 

Quakertow:! 

Rankin (P. O., 

Braddock). 
Reading 


B. H. Johnson. 


Marcus Hook 

Maiich Chunk — 

Afftvfipld 


F. S. Jackson. 
M. C. HoiTman. 
C. L. Wilson. 






Mechanicsbiu-g — 

\fArlia 


Landis Sanger. 
J. K. Grimm 


Red Lion 


Meyersdale 

MidcUetown 

Alifiland 


Renovo 




Reynoldsvillc 

Ria<r« ay 


J. H. Hughes. 
W. M. Peirce. 


MiUorsburg 

Miilvale 


Rochester 

Royersford 

St. Clair (P. 0., 
Mount Oliver). 

St. Clair (Schuyl- 
kill ('ounty). 

St. Marys 


S. R. Grimm. 
A.J. English. 




Alice Millegan. 


Miners Mills (P. 

O., Wilkes- 

BarreV 
Minersville 


W. J. Evans. 

J. J. Lynch. 

L. E. De Laney. 

A. F. Buixwk. 


Sayre 


Monessen 

Monongahela 


Schuylkill Havon 
Scottdale . . 


Scranton 


Rhvs Powell. 


Morrisville 

.Mount Carmel 

.Mount Oliver 

Momit Pleasant... 

Mount Union 

Muuhall 


Sewickley 

Shamokin 

Sharon 


N. G. Par.ke. 
Joseph Howerth. 
W D Gamble 


Sharpsburg 

Sharpsvilln 

Sh?nandoah 

Shippensburg 

Slatint^ton 

Somerset 


J. J. Donovan. 
Warren P. Norton. 
J. W. Cooper. 


Naniicoke 

Nanty Glo 

Xirberth 


A. Lee Shulenberger. 
J. W. Snyder. 
F. F. Foltz. 


Nazareth 

New Brighton 

Newcastle 

New Kensincrton. 
New Philadelphia 

(P.O., Silver 

Creek). 

Norri-stown 

Northampton 


Soudcrton 

South Brownsville 

South Fork 

Southwest Greens- 
burg (P. O.. 
Greensl.urgi. 

South Williams- 
port (P. 0., 
Williamsport). 

Spanglor 


E. M. Crouthamel. 
A. M. .larman. 
Arthur M. Stiill. 
C. E. Marsh. 

A.B.Elder. 

T. J. Sullivan. 


North Bellever- 
non(P.O.,BeUe 
Vernon). 


Spring City 

Springdale 

Steelton 


W. E. De Turck. 
Loyal L. Marshall. 

r,hn<: S l)n\n"s 


North Braddock 
(P. 0., Brad- 
dock). 

North East 


Siroudsburg 

Sugar Notch 

Summit Hill 

Sunbury. . . 


5,278 , Robert Brown, jr. 
2,612 1 A.L. Lenahan. 
5,499 E. T. McCready. 
15,721 W. A. Geesey. 
3,764 James A. Bowles. 


Northumberland. 
Oakmout 


Susquehanna De- 
pot. 
Swiss\'alc 


Oil Citv 


10,908 
6,876 

2,507 


C. C. Kelso. 


Old Fori;e 

Olyphaiit 


SwoyerviUe (P. 

0., V/ i 1 k e s - 

Barre). 
Sykesville 


J. H. ViQji. 


O.sceola 

Palmertoii 


S. G.Park. 



CITY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 63 

IV,— Superintendents of Public Schools in Cities and Towns — Continued. 



City. 



PENNSYLVANIA — 

continued. 

Tamaqua 

Tarfintiim 

Taylor 

Tliroop (P. O., 

Olvphant). 

Titus ville 

Towanda 

Tralford 

Turtle Creek 

Tyrone 

Union City 

Uniontown 

Vandergrift 

Verona 

Wanen 

Washington 

Waynesboro 

Waynesburg 

Weilsboro 

West Chester 

West HazletoB . . . 
West Homestead 

(P. O., Home- 
stead). 

West Newton 

West Pittston 

(P.O., Pittston) 
West Reading (P. 

O., Reading). 
Westview (P.O., 

Piitsburgh). 
We.stYorl£(P.O. 

Yorlc). 

Wiltres-Barre 

Wilkiusburg 

Williamsport 

Willianastov\Ti 

Wilmerding 

Windber 

Winton 

Woodlawn 

Wyoming 

York 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Barrington 

Bristol 

BurrillvilleCP.O., 

Harrisviile). 

Central FaUs 

Coventry 

Cranston (P. O., 

Providence). 
Cumberland (P. 

O., Valley 
FaUs). 
East Greenwich.. 
East Providence. 

Johnston (P. O., 
Providence). 

Lincoln (P. O., 
Lonsdale). 

Newport 

North Kingstown 
(P. O., Wick- 
ford). 

North Providence 
(P. O., Provi- 
dence). 

North Smithfield 
(P. O., Woon- 
socket). 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



12,363 

8,925 
9,87(3 
6,672 

8,432 
4,269 
2, S.59 
8, 138 
9,084 
3,850 

15,692 
9, 531 
3,938 

14.272 

21,480 
9,720 
3, 332 
3,452 

11,717 
5,854 
3,435 



2,645 
6,968 

2,921 

2,797 

3,320 

73, 833 

24, 403 

36, 193 

2,878 

6,411 

9, 462 

7, 583 

12, 495 

3, .582 

47,512 



3,897 

11,375 
8,606 

24, 174 

5, 670 

29,407 

10,077 



3,290 
21, 793 

6,855 

9,543 

30,2.55 
3,397 

7,697 

3,200 



J. F. Derr. 
A. D. Ends:lev. 
W. S. Robinson. 
John J. O'Hira. 

N. C. Koontz. 

E. A. Quackenbush. 
S. L. Topper. 

W. A. Rodgers. 
W. W. Eisenhart. 
H. H. Deni.son. 
J. H. Alleman. 
C. H. Omo. 
XJ. G. Palmer. 
M. H. Deardorff. 
J. C. Stiers. 
J. C. McCuUough. 
R. M. Archibald. 
Rod; L. Binder. 
A'ldison L. Jones. 
Erne.st Encke. 

F. S. Gleason. 



Claude Mitchell. 
L. P. Bicrly. 

Wm. S. Delp. 

H. N. Hennon. 

A. H. Martia. 

H.H.Zeiser. 
V;. H. Martin. 
F. W. Robbins. 
H. C. Pnvder. 
C. W. Shaffer. 
W. C. Crawford. 
J. J. Judge. 
Offutt H. Locke. 
John E. Idatt. 
R. O. Stoops. 



C. H. Keyes. 
W. C. Ho"b!:s. 
Joseph C. Sweeaey. 

R. K. Bennett. 
J. H. Bailey, jr. 
J. K. Fenner. 

I.e. Mitchell. 



I. C. Phillips. 
James R. D. Old- 
ham. 
L.Leland Dudley. 

John L. Smith. 

H. W.LuU. 
H. M. Walradt. 



Wm. J. Harper. 
E. L. Adams. 



City. 



RHODE ISLAND— 

continued. 

Pawtueket 

Portsmouth 

Providence 

Scituate (P. O., 
North Scituate). 

Smithfield (P.O., 
Greenville). 

South Kingstown 
P. O., Kings- 
ton). 

Tiverton 

Warren 

Warwick 

Westerly 

West Warwick 
(P. O., River 
Point). 

Woonsoeket 

SOUTH CAEOrjNA. 

Abbeville 

Aiken 

Anderson 

Bates):)urg 

Beaufort. 

Bennettsville. . . 

Camden 

Charleston 

Cheraw 

Chester 

Clinton 

Columtia 

Darlington 

Easley 

Eaudlaire (P.O., 

Columbia). 

Florence 

GalTney 

Georgetown .... 

Greenville 

Greenwood 

Hartsville 

Lancaster 

Laurens 

Marion 

Nev/berry 

Orangeburg 

Rock Hill 

Spartanburg 

SimunerA'ille 

Sumter 

Union 

Yorkville (P. O., 

York). 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 

Aberdeen 

Brookings 

Huron 

Lead 

Madison 

Mitchell 

Mobridge 

Pierre 

Rapid City 

Redfield 

Sioux Falls 

VermUion 

Watertown 

Yankton 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



264,48 

2,590 

237, 595 

3,006 

3,199 

5,181 



3,894 
7,841 

13, 481 
9,952 

15,461 



43,496 



4, .570 
4, 103 

10,570 
2,848 
2, 831 

3,lfl7 

3,930 

67,957 

3, 150 

5, .557 
3,767 

37, 524 
4,669 
3,568 
2,566 

10,968 
5,065 
4,579 

23, 127 
8,703 
3,624 
3,032 
4,629 
3,892 
5,894 
7,290 
8,S09 

22,638 
2, 550 
9, 508 
6,141 
2,731 



14, 537 

3,924 
8,.302 
5,013 
4,144 
8,478 
3,517 
3,209 
5,777 
2,755 
25, 202 
2,590 
9,100 
5,024 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



W. A. Newell. 
Isaliella G.Chase. 
I. O. Winslow. 
E. P. Colson. 

Clovis W. Mitchell. 

Wm. A. Brady. 



L. M. Wager. 
L. G. Staples. 
E. T. Wvman. 
W. H. Bacon. 
J. F. Deering. 



C. V. CarroU. 



James D. Fnlp. 
W. J. McGarity. 
E. C. McCants. 
W. F. Scott. 
George Harris Web- 
ber. 
K. D. Senn. 
J. G. Richards, jr. 
A. B.Rhptt. 
J. K. McCown. 
M. E. Brockman. 
J. H. Witherspoon. 
W. H. Hand. 
J. C. Daniel. 
J. V.McElveen. 
Maurice Alcorn. 

E.C. Wade. 
W. C. Taylor. 
Wm. C. Byrara. 
J. L. Mann. 
W. E. Black. 
J. H. Thornwell. 
E. M. McCouTi. 
H. W. Gasque. 
T. C. Easterling. 
O. B. Cannon. 
A. J. Thackstoa. 
R. C. Burts. 
Frank Evans. 
Jas. H. Spann. 
S. H. Edmunds. 
Davis Jeffries. 
E. A. Montgomery. 



J. T. Glenn. 
S. W. Johuson. 
D. E. Cloyd. 
R. V. Hunkins. 
C. E. Nickle. 
J. C. Lindsey. 
W. R. Van Walker. 
R. E. Rawlins. 
Amos Groethe. 
S. Van Voorhis. 
A. A. McDonald. 
Daniel Boone Heller. 
T. A. Harmon. 
Henry Buellesfield. 



64 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

IV. — SuPEKiNTENPENTs OF PcBuc SCHOOLS IN CiTiES AND TowNs — Continued. 



CilT. 



I ^T}!*' Superintendent or , 
1920. "P*'- 



City. 



TENNE.«!SEE. 

Alcoa 

Alton I'ark 

Athens 

Bristol 

Brownsville 

Chattanooga 

Clarksvillp 

Cleveland 

Columbia 

CovinfTton 

Dycrsburg 

Kast Chattanoofra 

Kiizabethtown 

Erwin 

Etowah 

Fayetteville 

P'rauklin 

Gallatin 

Greenville 

Harriman ■. ... 

Humboldt 

.laokson 

Johnson City 

Kingsporf 

Knox\ille 

La Follette 

Lebanon 

Lenoir City 

Lewisburg 

Me.Minnville 

Martin 

Maryville 

Memphis 

Morristown 

Murfrcesboro 

Nashville 

Newport 

Paris 

Pulaski 

Rockwood 

gt. Elmo 

Shelby ville 

Springfield 

Tracy City 

Trenton 

Tullahoma 

Union City 



TEXAS. 

Abilene 

Amarillo 

Arlington 

Athens 

Austin 

Ballinger 

Bay City 

Beaumont 

Bee ville 

Belton 

Big Spring.... 

Bonham 

Bowie 

Brenham 

Brownsville . . 
Brownwcod . . 

Bryan 

Burkburnett. 

Cameron 

Childress 

Cisco 

Clarksville 

Cleburne 

Coleman 

Comanche — 

Commerce 

Cooper 



3, 3,-.8 
3.020 
2. 580 
8,047 
3.01)2 

57. 895 
8,110 
6, 522 
6.526 
3.410 
6.444 
4.720 
2. 749 
2,965 
2,516 
3,629 
3.123 
2.757 
3. 775 
4.019 
3.913 

18, 860 

12,442 
5,692 

77, 818 
3.056 
4, 084 
4.210 
2,711 
2,814 
2. 8:17 
3.739 
102.351 
5, 875 
5,367 
118, 342 
2. 7.53 
4,730 
2,780 
4,652 
3,890 
2. 912 
3^860 
2. 669 
2,751 
3,479 
4,412 



10. 274 

15, 494 
3,031 
3,176 

34, 876 
2,767 
3, 4.54 

40,422 
3,063 
5,098 
4,273 
6,008 
3,179 
5,066 

11,791 
8,223 
6, .307 
5,300 
4,298 
5,003 
7,422 
3,386 

12,820 
2,868 
3,524 
3,842 
2,563 



W. H. Carev. 
F. H. Trotter. 
J. C. Kidenair. 
Halph B. Rubins. 
('. W. Anderson. 
J. S. Ziepier. 
A. .T. Smith. 
R. T. Allen. 
R. L. Harris. 
W. A. Bass. 
L. Jerc Cooper. 
J. L. Hair. 
A. W. ('armack. 
D. M. Laws. 

F. H. Carey. 

G. C. Simrnons. 
A. J. Haun. 
Claude Lowry. 
J. N. Pierce. 

P. D. Neilson. 
R. E. Bright. 

C. B. Ijams. 

D. Riley Haworth. 
S. W. Gentry. 

W. E. Miller. 
Pat W. Kerr. 
W. Lee Harris. 
J. H. .larvis. 
J. G. Stinson. 
R. S. Walker. 

E. P. Smith. 
Claude D. Curtis. 
Wharton S. Jones. 
S. L. Woodward. 
J. C. Mitchell. 

H. C. Weber. 
Allen D. Justus. 
M. M. Phillips. 
Annie L. Hufl. 
N. A. Steadman. 

J. C. Goodrich. 
W. P. Morton. 
S. D. Maddux. 
H. L. Smith. 
D. Henry Piper. 

F. E. Ranck. 



R. D. Green. 
W. A. Mcintosh. 
J. A. Kooken. 
S. R. Le Mav. 

A. N. McCallum. 
J. M. Skinner. 

B. F. Phelps. 
M. E. Moore. 
W. E. Madderra, 
L. H. Hubbard. 

A. W. Fianiken. 
L. H. Rather. 

L B. Williams. 
Jos. C. Tucker. 
Thos. J. Yoe. 
G. W. Page. 
Madison Hall. 
E. J. Woodward. 
L. H. Kidd. 

B. M. Harrison. 
J.J. Godbcv. 
R. M. White. 
Emmett Brown. 

C. H. HufTord. 
J. B. Layne. 
A. L. Day. 

J. H. Newton. 



Popula- 

I tion, 
census of 
I 1920. 



TEXAS — continued 

Corpus Christi 

Gorsicana 

Crockett 

Guero 

Dalhart 

Dallas 

De Leon 

Del Rio 

Denison 

Denton 

Desdemona 

Dublin 

Eagle Pa.ss 

Eastland 

Electra 

El Paso 

Ennis 

Fort Worth 

Gainesville 

Galveston 

Georgetown 

Gonzales 

Gorman 

(Jraliam 

Greenville 

Heanie 

Henrietta 

liillsboro 

Honey Grove 

Houston 

Hunts ville 

Jacksonville 

Jeflferson 

Kaufman 

Kingsnlle 

Laredo 

Lockhart 

Long\iew 

Lubbock 

Lufkin 

McAllen 

McKirmey 

Magnolia Park (P. 
O.. Houston). 

Marfa 

Marlin 

Marshall 

Mart 

Memphis 

Mercedes 

Mexia 

Mineral Wells 

Mission 

Mount Pleasant... 

Nacogdoches 

Navasota 

New Brauufels 

Orange 

Palestine 

Paris 

Pittsburg 

Plamview 

Port Arthur 

Quanah 

Ranger 

San Angelo 

San .\ntonio 

San Benito 

San Marcos 

Seguin 

Sherman 

Smithville 

Sour Lake 

Stamford 

Stephen ville 

Suliihur Springs.. 
Sweetwater 



10, ,522 

11,356 
3,061 
3,671 
2, 676 
158, 976 
3,302 

10, ,589 

17, 065 
7, 626 
3,008 
3, 229 
5,765 
9,368 
4,744 

77,560 

7,224 

110, 820 

8,648 

44,255 
2,871 
3,128 
3,200 
2,544 

12,384 
2,741 
2,563 
6,952 
2,642 
138, 276 
4,689 
3,723 
2,549 
2,501 
4,770 

22,710 
3,731 
5,713 
4,051 
4,878 
5,331 
6,677 
4,080 

3, .553 
4,310 

14,271 
3,105 
2,839 
3,414 
3,482 
7, 890 
3,847 
4,099 
3,546 
5,060 
3,590 
9,212 

11,039 

15,040 
2,540 
3,989 

22, 251 
3,691 

16, 205 

10,050 

161,379 

5,070 

4,527 

3,631 

15,031 
3,204 
3,032 
3,704 
3,891 
5,558 
4,307 



Superintendent or 
super\'ising prin- 
cipal. 



Mary Carroll. 
H. D. Fillers. 
Donald McDonald. 

A. S. Bush. 
.Tames H. Haj'es. 
J. F. Kimball. 

J. O. Milstead. 
W. D. Notley. 

F. B. Hughes. 
W. T. Doggett. 
J. M. Macon. 
S. L. Wolfe. 

J. Patrick Holmes. 
C. A. Peterson. 

B. M. Dinsmore. 
A. H. Hughey. 
J. W. OBanion. 
M. H. Moore. 

C. A. Puckett. 
J. W. Hopkins. 
Thos. E. Lee. 
E. M. Dav. 

W. C. Nunnally, 
H. B. Cogdell. 
L. C. Gee. 
H. C. Lyon. 
C. F. Walker. 
W. T.Lofland. 
L. F. Connell. 
R. B. Cousins. 
C. G. Green. 
H. T. Brown. 

C. E. Farmer. 

0. P. Norman. 

L. J. Christen. 
J. C. Cochran. 
W. F. Gamer. 
M. M. Dupre. 

1. A. Coston. 
E. R. Bent ley. 
J. S. Carlisle. 
R. C. Roebuck. 

J. E. Coimer. 
A. C. Ferguson. 
J. P. Glasgow. 
J. J. Youngblood. 

D. R. Hibbetts. 
Nannie Mer Buck. 
Jas. F. Johnson. 
R. A. Deen. 

S. L. Hardin. 
P. E. Wallace. 
R. F. Dam. 
L. G. Andrews. 
R. H. Marrs. 

E. B. Stover. 
Bonner Frizzell. 
J. G. Wooten. 
W. S. Fleming. 
W. E. Patty. 

G. M. Sims. 
C. E. Davis. 
E. O. McNew. 
Felix E. Smith. 
Jeremiah Rhodes. 
G. C. Jones. 

L. J. Berry. 
J. F. Saegert. 
J. C. P.vle. 
J. K. B'arry. 
J. G. Fuqua. 
N. S. Holland. 
J. D. Bfamlette. 
W. L. Willis. 
J. G. Chapman. 



CITY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 65 

IV. — Superintendents op Public Schools in Cities and Towns — Continued. 



City. 



TEXAS— contd. 



Taylor 

Teague 

Temple 

Terrell 

Texarkarra 

Texas City 

Tvler 

Uvalde 

Vernon 

Victoria 

Waco 

Waxahachie.. 
Weatherford.. 
Wichita Falls. 
Yoakum 



UTAH. 

American Fork... 
Bingham Canyon 

Brigham 

Em'eka 

Lehi 

Logan 

Murray 

Nephi 

Ogden 

Park City 

Payson 

Provo 

Richfield 

Salt Lake City.... 

Spanish Fork 

Springville 

Tooele 

VERMONT. 

Barre (city) 

Barre (town) 

Barton 

Bennington 

Brattleboro 

Burlington 

Fair Haven 

Hardwick 

Hartford 

Lyndon 

Middlebiu-y 

Montpelier 

Morristo\\Ti(P. O., 

Morrisvillo). 

Newport 

Northfield 

Poultney 

Proctor 

Randolph 

Richford 

Rockingham (P. 

O., Bellows 

Falls). 

Rutland 

St. Albans 

St. Johnsbury. .. 

Springfield 

Swanton 

Waterbury 

West Rutland... 

Windsor 

Winooski 

VIRCrNIA. 

AbingtoQ 

Alexandria 



^??n^^' I Superintendent or 

11"", . ciir.or-i-ic'IncT nrin. 



census of 
1920. 



5,965 
3,306 

11,033 
8,349 

11,480 
2,509 

12,085 
3, 885 
5,142 
5,657 

38, 500 
7,958 
6,203 

40, 079 
6,184 



2,763 
2,676 
5,282 
3,608 
3,078 
9,439 
4,584 
2,003 

32,804 
3,393 
3, 031 

10, 303 
3, 262 
118,110 
4,036 
3,010 
3,602 



10,008 
3,862 
3, .506 
7,230 
8,332 

22,779 
2,540 
2,641 
4,739 

3,558 
2,914 
7,125 
2,813 

4,976 
3,096 
2,868 
2,789 
3,010 
2,842 
6,231 



14,954 

7,588 
8,708 
7,202 
3,343 
3, 542 
3, 391 
3,687 
4,932 



2,532 
18,060 



supervising prm- 
cipal. 



R. H. Bnster. 
Llewellyn Notley. 
L. C. Procter. 
B. H. Miller. 
H. W. Stilwell. 
Levi Fry. 
G. O. C lough. 
A. W. Evans. 
E. L. Dohoney. 
V. L. Griflfin. 
B.B.Cobb. . 
G. B. Winn. 
T. W. Stanley. 
Lee Clark. 
R. E. L. Adams. 



James H. Walker. 
L. W. Nielsen. 

C. H. Skidmore. 
I. L. Williamson. 

D. R. Mitchell. 
Orson Ryan. 
C. E. Gaufin. 
Ray Stewart. 

W. Karl Hopkins. 
J. L. Keams. 
(See Spanish Fork.) 
H. A. Dixon. 
A. J. Ashman. 
George N. Child. 

\a. C. Peterson. 

E. M. Reid. 



Carroll H. White. 
Waldo F. Glover. 
Carl J. Batchelder. 

D. W. McClelland. 
Florence M. Well- 
man. 

Ljrman C. Hunt. 
(See West Rutland.) 
C. L. Cowles. 
Clarence L. Joy, 
White River Jet. 
M. E. Daniels. 
Arthur W. Eddy. 
S. C. Hutchinson. 
Leonard D. Smith. 

E. A.. Hamilton. 
Chas. P. McKnight. 
Carlton D. Howe. 
Kenneth J. Sheldon. 
Geo. W. Patterson. 
E. F. Greene. 
Clavton L. Erwin. 



W. W. Fairchild. 
Geo. S. Wright. 
C. C. Hitchcock. 
H. D. Casey. 
Homer E. Hunt. 
M. H. Willis. 
P . R . Leavenworth. 
E. K. Boak. 
Minnie E. Hays. 



J. R. Mort. 

W. H. Sweeney. 




VIRGINIA— contd. 

Bedford 

Big Stone Gap... 

Bristol 

Buena Vista 

Cape Charles 

Charlottesville... 

Clifton Forge 

Covington 

Danville 

Farmville 

Fredericksburg . . 

Graham 

Hampton 

Harrisonburg 

Lexington 

Lynchburg 

Marion 

Martinsville 

Newport News . . 
Norfolk •. 



Norton 

Petersburg 

Phoebus 

Pocahontas 

Portsmouth 

Pulaski 

Radford 

Richmond 

Roanoke 

Salem 

South Boston 

South Norfolk (P. 
O., Norfolk). 

Staunton 

Suffolk 

Vinton 

Winchester 

Wytheville 



■WA.SIIINGTON. 



Aberdeen 

Anacortes 

Auburn 

Bellingham 

Bremerton 

Centralia 

Charleston 

Chehalis 

CleElum 

Colfax 

Dayton 

Ellensburg 

Everett 

Hillyard 

Hoquiam 

Medical Lake... 
Mount Vernon. . 

Olympia 

Pasco 

Port Angeles. . . 
Port Townsend. 

Puyallup 

Raymond 

Renton 

Roslyn 

Seattle 

Sedro Woolley.. 

Snohomish 

Spokane 

Tacoma 

Toppenish 

Vancouver 

Walla Walla 

Wenatchee , 

Yakima 



3,243 
3,009 
6,729 
3,911 
2,517 

10,688 
6,164 
5,623 

21,539 
2,586 
5,882 
2,752 
6, 138 
5.875 
2, 870 

30,070 
3, 253 
4,075 

35, 596 
115,777 

3,068 

31,012 

3,043 

2,691 

54, 387 

5,282 

4,627 

171,667 

50,842 

4,159 

4,338 

7,724 

10,623 
9,123 
2,779 
0,883 
2,947 



15, 337 
5,284 
3,163 

25, 585 
8,918 
7,549 
3, 338 
4,558 
2,661 
3,027 
2,695 
3,967 

27,644 
3,942 

10,058 
2,545 
3, .341 
7,795 
3,362 
5,351 
2,847 
6,323 
4, 260 
3,301 
2,673 
315,312 
3,389 
2,985 
104,437 

96, 965 
3,120 

12.637 

1.5; 503 
6,324 

18,539 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



J. L. Borden. 
H. L. Sulfndge. 
Roj^ B. Bowers. 
J. P. McCluer. 
Robert C. Searle. 
James G. Johnson. 
R. C. Bowton. 
J. E. Jeter. 
W. C. Griggs. 
J. M. Shue. 
M. B. Dickinson. 
R. W. Bobbitt. 
T. G. Pullen,jr. 
W. H. Keister. 
H. Waddcll. 
E.C. Glass. 
W. Linden Allen. 
Roy Webster. 
J. H. Saunders. 

C. W. Mason (act- 
ing). 

J. J. Burton. 

F. M. Martin. 
Alfred Forrest. 
John H. Crowgey. 
Harry A. Hunt. 
K. V. Brugli. 

W. K. Bamett. 
Albert H. Hill. 

D. E. McQuilkin. 
H. L. Webb. 

C. H. Friend. 

G. C. Outland. 

O. L. H. Johnson. 
J. E. Martin. 
H. A. Prillaman. 
F. E. Clerk. 
H. M. Painter. 



Geo. B. Miller. 
E. D. Merriman. 
J. W. Failor. 

D. E. Wiedman. 
V.D. Goss. 

E. T. Robinson. 
H. D. Sorensen. 
R. E. Cook. 
Hugh Coleman. 
J. O. Mattooa. 
L. L. Nolin. 
Paul Johnson. 
Arthur Wilson. 
W. C. Arterburn. 
H. C. Crumpacker. 
0,H. Kerns. 

C. A. Nelson. 
E. L. Breekncr. 
C. H. Li Hie. 
C. W. Hodge. 
W. L. Henderson. 
W. H. Groyum. 
Roy W. Glass. 
H. "R. Goold. 
W. G. Whitfield. 
T. R. Cole. 
C. Paine Shangle. 
Geo. C. Howard. 
O. C. Pratt. 
Wm. F. Geiger. 
George Kelds. 
C. W. Shumway. 
W. M. Kern. 
O. Martin Warren. 
A. C. Davis. 



66 



EDUCATIOIS^AL. DIEECTOEY, 1922-1923. 



IV. — Superintendents of Public Schools in Citles and Towns — Continued. 



1 



City. 



Popula- 
I tion, 
I census of 
1920. 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



■WEST VIRGINIA. 

Beokley 

Benwood 

Bhiofield 

Bp.ckhannon 

C'hirleston 

Charl&s Town 

Chester 

Ciark.sburg 

Klkins 

F.iirmont 

I'ollansbee 

Graft on 

Hint on 

Huntington 

Kp.\-ser 

Logan 

McMeohen 

Manningi on 

Martin5burg 

Morgantown 

Moundsville 

Parkersbiirg 

Piedmont 

Point Pleasant... 

Princeton 

Bichwood 

St.. Albans 

Salem 

Sisters^Tlle 

South Charleston. 

Welch 

Wellsburg 

Vveston 

Wheeling 

Williamson 




WISCONSIN. 



Antigo 

Applet on 

Asliland 

Baraboo 

Beaver Dam 

Beloit 

Berlin 

Burlington 

Chippewa Falls. 

Clinton lille 

Cudahy 

Delavan 

De Pere 

Eau Claire 

Edgerton 

Fond du Lac... 
Fort Atkinson.. 

Green Bay 

Hartford 

Hud.son 

Hurley 

Janesville 

Jefle.r.son 

Kaukauna 

Kenosha 

LaCraise 

Ladvsmith 

Lake Geneva... 

Madison 

Manitowoc 

Marinette 



4.149 
4. 773 

15,2S2 
3,785 

39,608 
2,527 
3.2R3 

27,869 
6.7SS 

17,851 
3,135 
P. 5! 7 
3.912 

50,177 
6.003 
2,998 
3,356 
3,673 

12,515 

12.127 

10'. 669 

20,050 
2.8.^5 
3,059 
6.224 
4,331 
2,.«25 
2, 920 
3, 238 
3,650 
3,232 
4.918 
5,701 

56,208 
6,819 



8.451 

19,561 

11,3-34 

5.538 

7,992 

21,2.S4 

4,400 

3,626 

9, 1.30 

3,275 

6,725 

3,016 

5, 1G5 

20,906 

2,688 

23.427 

4; 91 5 

31,017 

4,515 

3,014 

3,188 

18,293 

2,572 

5,051 

40,472 

30,421 

3,581 

2.632 

38,378 

17,563 

13,610 



Andrew .T. Peters. 

F. R, Hanifan. 

M. P. Shawkey. 

Walter R. Grose. 

S. R. Weber. 

Wright Dennv. 

W. W. Robinson. 

J. A. Jackson. 

W. W. Trent. 

Otis G. Wilson. 

A. F. Young. 

L. W. Bums. 

F. H. Tomkies. 

John G. Graham. 

J. C. Sanders. 
I F. O. Woerner. 
I J. T. King. 
; D. C. Tabler. 
' V>". C. Morton. 
j R. C. Smith. 
I John C. Shreve. 
j H. E. Od?ers. 
I Chas. T. Neff, jr. 

A. T. Stan forth. 

Wilford McCutcheon 

H. A. Rice. 

D. D. Rilev. 

Boyd Randal. 

R. B. Marptoa. 

C. H. Gregory. 

W. H. Halsp." 

W. N. Beetham. 

A. D. Horton. 

C. E. Githens. 

A. C. Davis. 



J. F. Waddell. 
Carrie E. Morgan. 
I. O. Hubbard. 
A. C, Kingsford. 
Geo. R. Ray. 
F. E. Converse. 

C. D. Lambert on. 
F. L. Witter. 
Robert Lohrie. 

F. D. Wartinbee. 
E.G. Seifert. 
H. A. Melcher. 

A. L. Simon. 
Wm. T. Darling. 
Fred J. Holt. 

R. W. Fairchild. 
Frank C. Bray. 
Ira n. Mclntire. 
.Arthur Schubert. 

D. T.John. 

J. E. Murphy. 

F. O. Holt. 

E. C. Maclnnis. 
Leo G. Schus.sman. 

G. F. Loomis. 

B. E. McCormick. 
M. Levis. 

E. D. DenLson. 
T. W. Gosling. 
E. W. Waite. 
P. F. Neverman. 



WISCONSIN— con. 

Marshfield 

Mavville 

Mcni-ha 

Meiiomonie 

Merrill 

Milwaukee 

Mineral Point 

Monroe 

.N"eenah 

New London 

Xorth Milwaukee. 

Oconomowoc 

Oconto 

0.shko.sh 

P;irk Falls 

Platteville 

Plymouth 

Portage 

Port Washington: 

District No. 1. 

District No. 4. 
Prairie du Chien.. 

Racine 

Re«dsburp 

Rliiiielander 

Rice Lake 

Richland Center. . 

Ripon 

Shawano 

Slieboygan 

Shorewood (P. O. 

Milwaukee). 
South Milwaukee. 

Swarta 

Stiinley 

Ste- eris Point 

Stoughton 

Sturgeon Bay 

Superior 

Tomah 

Tomahawk 

Two Rivers 

Viroqua 

Wa-shbum 

Watertown 

Waukesha 

Waupaca 

Waupim 

Wausau 

Wauwatosa 

West A His 

West Bend 

Wliitewater 

Wisconsin Rapids. 

WYOMING. 

Casper 

Clieyenne 

Evanston 

Grej-buU 

Laramie 

Rawlins 

Rock Springs 

Sheridan 



Popula- 
tion, 

census of 
1920. 



7, 394 
3,011 
7,214 
5,104 
8,068 
457, 147 
2,569 
4,788 
7,171 
4,667 

3,047 

3,301 
4,920 
33, 162 
2,676 
4,3.53 
3,415 
5,582 

3,340 

3, .537 
58, 593 
2.997 
6,654 
4,457 
3,409 
3,929 
3,544 
30,9.55 
2,650 

7,598 
4, 466 
2,577 

11,371 
5,101 
4,553 

39,671 
3,2.57 
2,898 
7,305 
2,574 
3,707 
9,299 

12,558 
2,839 
4,440 

18,661 
5,818 

13,745 
3,378 
3,215 
7.243 



11,447 
13,829 
3,479 
2,692 
6,301 
3,969 
6,4.56 
9,175 



Superintendent or 
supervising prin- 
cipal. 



Chester Newlun. 
O. E. Buth. 
O. H. Plrnzke. 
W. G. BallentLne. 
H. W. KJrcher. 
MihonC. Potter. 
Arnold A. \"ieth. 
L. R. Creiitz. 

C. F. Hedges. 

D. Newberry. 

[D. L. Swartz (north 
I side). 

Louis McEathron 
I (south side). 

E. F. Strong. 
Henry E. Smith. 
Charles C. Bishop. 
G. E. Denman. 

F. V. PoweU. 
C. A. Rubado. 
A. J. Henkel. 

fN. G. Lentzner. 
[Josephine Crow, 

W. C. Koepke. 
1 F. M. Longaneckw. 
I R. F. Lewis. 

R. E. Brasure. 

E. C. Hirsch. 

A.F. CaldweU. 

L. P. Goodiieh. 

R. J. McMahon. 

J. G. Walvoord. 

C. R. Rounds. 

H. R. Edwards. 
Nicholas Gunderson. 
C. W. Dodge. 
H. C. Snvder. 
J. E. Roberts. 

C. E. Hulten. 
Grace Geary. 

E. J. McKean. 
Fred Ek. 

F. G. Bishop. 
L. W. Fulton. 

J. W. Browning, 
T. J. Berto. 

G. O. Banting. 
E. G. Lange. 

H. S. Hemenway. 
S. B. Tobev. 
PhiUp A. Kolb. 
T. J. Jones. 

D. E. McLane. 
A. R. Page. 

E. G. Doudna. 



A. A. Slade 
A. S. Jes.sup. 
C. C. Voeller. 
W. W. Owinn. 
J. C. Kjiode. 
C. A. Anderson. 
O. C. Schwiering, 
J. J. Early. 



UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE PRESIDENTS. 
V. — Presidents op Universities and Colleges. 



67 



Location. 



University or college. 



Name of president. 



AtABAMA. 



Athens 

Auburn 

Birmmgham. 

Do'. 

Marion 

Do 

Montevallo... 



Montgomery . 
St. Bernnrd.. 
Spring nill... 
Tfi'iadega--.. 
Universitv . . . 



ALASKA. 

Fairbanks 



ARIZONA. 



Tucson. 



ARKANSAS. 



Arkadelphia . 
Do 

BatesviUe. 



Athens Female College 

Alabama Polytechnic Institute 

Birmingham-Southern College 

Howard College , 

Judson College 

Marion Institute 

Alabama Technical Institute and College for 
Women. 

Woman's College of Alabama 

St. Bernard College , 

Spring Hill College , 

Talladega College Ccolored) 

University of Alabama 



AJaska Agricultural College and School of Mines. 



University of Arizona. 



Henderson-Brown College. 
Ouachita College 

Arkansas College. 



Clarks\-ille i College of 1 he Ozarks. 



Conway. 

Do 

Fayette\-ille. 
Little Rock. 
Searcy 



a*.LIFORNIA. 

Berkeley 

Claremont 

Los Angeles 

Do 

Mills College 

Oakland 

Pasadena 

Redlands 

St. Helena 

San Francisco 

San Tose 

Do 

San Rafael 

Santa Clara 

Stanford University.. 
Whittier 



Central College. 

Hendrix College 

University of Arkansas. 

Little Rock College 

Galloway College 



COLORADO. 

Boulder 

Colorado Springs. 
Denver 

Do 

Do 

Fort Collins 

Golden 



CONKECTICUT. 



Hartford 

Middletown.. 
New Haven. . 
New London. 
Storrs 



DELAWARE. 



University of California • 

Pomona College 

Occidental College 

L'niversity of Southern California.. 

Mills College 

St. Mary's College 

California Institute of Technology. . 

L'niversity of Redlands 

Pacific L^nion College 

St. Ingatius University 

College of Notre Dame 

College of the Pacific 

Dominican College 

University of Santa Clara 

Leland Stanford Junior University. 
Whittier College 



University of Colorado 

Colorado College 

Regis College 

Colorado Woman's College 

University of Denver 

Colorado Agricijltural College. 
Colorado School of Mines , 



Trinity College 

"Wesleyan L'niversity 

Yale Cniversity 

Connecticut College for Women . . 
Connecticut Agricultural College. 



Benjamin B. Glasgow, D. D. 
Spright Dowell. LI.. D. 
Guy E. Snavelj', Ph. D. 
John C. Dawson, Ph. D. 
Paul V. Bomar. D. D. 
Hopson O. Miirfee, LL. D. 
Thomas W. Palmer, LL. D. 

Walter D. Agiiew, D. D. 
Bernard Menges, O. S. B. 
M. J. ilcNallv. S. J. 
F. A. Sumner, B. D. 
George H. Denny, LL. D. 



Charles E. Bimnell, A. M. 



Cloyd H. Marvin, Ph. D. 



James M. Workman, LL. D. 
Charles E. Dicken, D. D. 
Wm. S. Lacy, D. D. 
Hubert S. Lvle. D. D. 
Doak S. Campbell, A. B. 

John C. Futrall, LL. D. 
H. A. Hoagnev, LL. D. 
J. M. William.s, A. B. 



WUliam W. Campbell, LL. D . 
James A. Blaisdell. D. D. 
Remsen D. Bird. D. D. 
Rufus B. von Klein Smid, .Sc. D 
Aurelia H. Reinhardt, LL. D. 
Brother Vantasian, A. M. 
R. .\. MiUikan, Ph. D., acting. 
Victor L. Duke, LL. D. 
Wm. E. Nelson, B. S. 
Pius L. Afoore, S. J. 
Sister Julia. 
TullyC. Knoles, D. D. 

Z. J. Maher, S. J. 

Rav iv. Wilbur, LL. D. 

Harry N. Wright, Ph. D. 



George Norlin, LL. D. 
Clvde A. Duniway, LL. D. 
Robert M. Kellev, S. J. 
John W. Bailey.Ph. D. 
H. R. Harper, D. D., chancellor 
Chas. A. Lory, LL. D. 
Victor C. Alderson, LIj. D. 



Remsen B. Ogiiby, D. D. 
Wuliam A. Shanklin, LL. D. 
James R. Angell, LL. D. 
Benjamin T. Marshall, D. D. 
Charles L. Beach, B. S. 



Newark University of Delaware Walter Hullihen, Ph. D. 

' Southern Branch of University of California, Los Angeles, Ernest C. Moore, LL. D., director. 



68 EDUCATIONAL. DIRECTORY, 1022-1923. 

V. — Presidents of Universities and Colleges — Continued. 



Location. 



■University or college. 



niSTRJCT OK COLOMBIA. 



Wikshington. 



Do- 
Do. 



Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

no 

Do (Tako- 

ma Park). 

FLORIDA. 

Deland 

(iainc.-^ville 

Lakeland 

Tallalias.-iee 

Winter Park 



American Univerfity. 



Catholic Sisters College 

Catholic University of Aniericfl. 

Gallaiidet College 

Georcetown Universitv, 



George Washington University. 
Howard I'niversity (colored).".. 

Trinity College 

Wa.shington Missionary College. 



GEORGU. 



Athens. 



Atlanta. 



Do 

Do 

Do 

Augusta 

College Park 

Dahlonega 

Decatur 

Demorest 

Emory University. . . . 

Kors>-th 

Gainesville 

Lagran ge 

Macon 

Do 

Milledge\ille 

Oglethorpe University 

Rome 

South Atlanta 



John B. Stetson University 

University of Florida 

Southern College 

Florida State College for Women. 
Rollins College 



University of Georgia 

Atlanta University (colored). 



HAWAII. 

Honolulu , 



IDAHO. 



Georgia School of Technology 

Morehouse College (colored) 

Morris Brown University (colored). 

Paine College (colored) 

Co.x College 

North Georgia Agricultural College. 

Agnes Scott College 

Piedmont CoUege 

Emory University 

Bessie" Tift Colleg"e 

Brenau CoUege 

Lagrange College 

Mercer University 

Wesleyan College" 

Georgia State College for Women. . 

Oglclhorije University 

Shorter College 

Clark University (colored) 



University of Hawaii. 



Caldwell : College of Idaho 

Gooding I Gooding College — 

Moscow University of Idaho 



ILLINOIS. 

Abingdon 

Alton 

Aurora 

Bloomington 

Bourbonnais 

Carthage 

Chicago 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



Hedding College , 

Shurtletf College 

Aurora College 

Illinois Wesleyan University 

St. Viator College 

Carthage College 

Armour Institute of Technology. 

Dc Paul University 

Lewis Institute 

Loyola University. 



St. Francis Xavier College. 
University of Chicago 



Decatur 

Eureka 

Evanston. .. 

Ewing 

Galesburg... 

Do 

Greenville... 
Jacksonville. 
Jacksonville. 
Lake Forest. 
Lebanon 



James Miihfcin University. 

Eureka College 

Northwestern University. . . 

E wing College 

Kno.x CollPge 

Lombard College 

Greenville College 

Illinois College 

Illinois Woman's College... 

Lake Forest College 

McKendree College 



Name of president. 



Lucius C. Clark, D. D., chan- 
cellor. 

Patrick J. McCormick, Ph. D., 
dean. 

Thomas J. Shahan, S. T. D., 
rector. 

Percival Hall, Lift. D. 

John B. Creedeu, Ph. D. 

Howard L. Hodgkins, Ph. D. 

J. Stanley Diirkee, D. D. 

Sister Raphael. 

H. A. Morrison, A. M. 



Lincoln Hulley, LL. D. 
Albert A. Murphree, LL. D. 
R. H. Alderman, A. B. 
Edward Conradi. Ph. D. 
R. J. Sprague, acting. 



David C. Barrow, LL. D., chan- 
cellor. 

Myron W. Adams, Ph. D., 
acting. 

M. L. Brittain. 

John Hope, LL. D. 

John H. Lewis, A. M. 

Ray S. Tomlin, B. D., acting. 

Wm. S. Co.x, B. Arch. 

M. D. DuBose, A. M. 

Frank H Gaines, LL. D. 

Frank E. Jenkins. D. D. 

Harvey W. Cox, Ph. D. 

Joshua H. Foster, D. D. 

Haywood J. Pearce Ph. D. 

W."E. Thompson, A. B. 

Rufus W. Weaver, LL. D. 

Wm. F. QuiUian, A B. 

Mar\-in M. Parks, LL. D. 

ThornwcU Jacobs, LL. D. 

D. J. Blocker. Ph. D. 

John W. Simmons, Ph. D. 



Arthur L. Dean, Ph. D. 



William J. Boone, D. D. 
Chas W. Tenncy, A. M. 
Alfred H. Upham, Ph. D. 



Clarence W. Greene. Ph. D. 
George M. Potter, A. M. 
OrrinR. Jenks. D. D. 
W. J. Davidson. 
Terence J. Rice, C. S. V. 
Harvey D. Hoover, S. T. D. 
Howard M. Raymond, D. Sc. 
Thomas F. Levan, D. D. 
Geo. N. Carman, A.M., director 
Wm. II. Agnew. S. J. 
Sister Marv Sophia. 
Erne.st DeWitt Burton, D. D., 

acting. 
Louis E. Holden, LL. D. 
L. O. Lehman, LL. D. 
Walter D. Scott, LL. D. 
Harvey A. Smoot, D. D. 
Jamcs'L. McConaughv, Ph. D. 
Joseph M. Tilden, LL. D. 
Eldon Grant Bunitt, A. M. 
Charles H.Rammelkarap,Ph.D. 
Joseph R. Harker, LL. D. 
Herbert McC. Moore, D. D. 
George E. McCammon, D. D. 



UNIVEESITY AND COLLEGE PRESIDENTS. 69 

V. — Presidents of Univehsities and Colleges — Continued. 



Location. 



University or college. 



A. E. Turner, LL. D. 



rLLrNois— continued. 

Lincoln ! Lincoln College 

Lisle ' St. Procopius College 

Monmouth i Monmouth College Thos. H McMichael D D 

Naperville Northwestern College Edward E. Rail Ph' D 

Peoria Bradlev Polvteehnic Institute Theodore C. BureesV Ph D 

River Forest Rosary College Sister M. Clemtentine A M 

Rockford Rockford College Wm. A. Maddox Ph D 

Rock Island , Augustana College Gustav A. Andre^n, D. D. 

David Kinlev, LL. D. 

Charles A. Bianchard, D. D. 



Name of president. 



Urbana ; University of Illinois. 

Wheaton Wheaton "College . 



INDIANA. 

Bloomington 

Crawfordsville 

EarUiam 

E vansviUe. 

FrankUn 

Goshen 

Greencastle 

Hanover , 

Indianapolis , 

Do 

La Fayette , 

North "Manchester 

Merom 

Notre Dame 

Do 

Oakland City 

St. Mary of the Woods. 

Terre Haute 

Upland 

Valparaiso 



Ames. 



IOWA. 



Cedar Rapids 

Clinton , 

Davenport 

Decoran , 

Des Moines 

Do , 

Do , 

Dubuque , 

Do , 

Do 

I'airfield , 

Fayette 

GrinneU 

Indianola 

Iowa City 

Iowa Fails 

Le Mars 

Mount Pleasant.. 

Mount Vernon . . . 

Oskaloosa i.. 

Sioux City 

Storm Lake 

Tabor 

L^niversity Park. 



Indiana University 

Wabash College 

Earlham College 

Evansville College 

Frankhn College 

Goshen College 

De Pauw University 

Hanover College 

Butler College 

Indiana Central College 

Purdue X'niversity 

Manchester CoUege 

Union Christian College 

St. Mary's College and Academy. 

L^niversity of Notre Dame 

Oakland City College 

St. Mary of the Woods College. . 

Rose Polj^echnic Institute 

Taylor University 

Valparaiso University 



Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic 
Atrs. 

Coe College 

Wart burg College 

St . Ambrose College 

Luther College 

Des Moines University , 

Grand View College ..". 

Drake University 

Coliunbia College 

University of Dubuque 

Mount St. Joseph College 

Parsons College 

Upper Iowa University 

GrinneU College ." 

Simpson College 

State Universitv of Iowa 

Ellsworth College .'.'..'. 

Western Union College 

Iowa Wesleyan College 

Cornell CoUege !!!!!!!!!!. 

Penn CoUege ..[[ 

Morningside CoUege 

Buena Vista CoUege '.'.'.'.'. 

Tabor CoUege ....'.'.'.'.'. 

Central Holliiess University .'...'. 



K.iNSAS. 



A.tchison 

Baldwin City . 

Emporia 

Kansas City... 

Lawrence 

Lindsborg 

McPherson 

Manhattan 

Newton 

Ottawa 

St. Marys 

SaUna 

SterMng... 

Topeka ....... 

Wichita 

Do 

Winfield 



St. Benedict's CoUege. . . 

Baker University 

CoUege of Emporia 

Kansas City University. 



WiUiam L. Bryan, LL. D. 
Geo. Lewes Mackintosh, LL.D. 
David M. Edwards. Ph. D. 
Alfred F. Hughes, S. T. B. 
Charles E. GoodeU, LL. D. 
Daniel Kauffman. 
Geo. R. Grose, LL. D. 
WiUiam A. MiUis, LL. D. 
Robert J. Alev, LL. D. 
Irbv J. Good, A. M. 
Edward C. ElUott, Ph. D. 
Otho Winger, LL. D. 
W. S. Alexander. 
Mother M. Pauline, LL. D. 
Matthew J. Walsh, C. S. C. 
Wm. P. Dearing, LL. D. 
Mother Marv Cleophas. 
Philip B. Wbodworth, Sc. D. 
John Paul, D. D. 
Milo J. Bowman, LL. D. 



Raymond A. Pearson, LL. u 

Harrv M. Gage, LL. D. 
Otto L. Proehl, A. B. 
Wm. L. Hannon, A.M. 
Oscar L. Olson, Ph. D., acting. 
John W. MiUion, LL. D. 

D.W. Morehouse, Ph.D. acting. 
A. D. HoT.-ard, D. D. 
Cornelius M. Steffens, D. D. 
Sister Marv Chionia. 
Howard McDonald, Ph. D. 
J. P. Van Horn, D. D. 
John H. T. Main, LL. D. 
John L. HiUman, D. D. 
Walter A. Jessup, LL. D. 
Ido F. Meyer, A. M. 
Charles A. Mock, Ph. D. 
U. S. Smith, D. D. 
Harlan Updegrafl, Ph. D. 
Henry E. McGrew, D. D. 
Frank E. Mossman, D. D. 
Arthur M. Boyd, D. D. 
S. E. Lynd, Ph. D. 
J. L. Brasher, D. D. 



Martin Veth, O. S. B. 
Wallace B. Fleming, D. D. 
Frederick W. Lewis, D. D. 
J. C. Williams, LL. D., chan- 
cellor. 
Ernest H. Lindley, Ph. D. 



Ottawa University 

St. Mary's College 

Kansas Wesleyan L"niversity 

SterUng College 

Washbirrn CoUege 

Fairmount CoUege 

Friends University 

Southwestern College 



Universitj' of Kansas „ __ 

Bethany CoUege !!.'!!!!".' i Ernst F. Pihlbla'd.'D. D. 

McPherson College Daniel W. Kurtz, D. D. 

Kansas State Agricultural CoUege ' Wm. M. Jardine, LL. D. 

Bethel CoUege I j. H. Langenwalter, D. D, 

SUasE. Price, D.D. 

Benedict J. Rodman, S. J. 

L. B. Bowers, D. D. 

Ross T. CampbeU, D. D. 

Parley P. Womer, Se. D. 

John D. Finlayson, Ph. D. 

W. O. MendenhaU, Ph. D. 

Albert E. Kirk, D. D. 



70 EDUCATIOlv^AL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

V. — Presidents of Universities and Colleges — Continued. 



Location. 



University or college. 



Name of president. 



K£NTUCKY. 



Berea College. , 

Ogden ("oUep'p. 

Danville Centre College. 



Berea . 
Bo'vling Green. 



Georgetown G eorgetowii College 

Lexiiigton ! Tran:4y vaiiia CoHege 

Do ' T'liiversity of Keiilnfky. 

Louisville ' University of Louisville. 

St . Mary St . Marys" CoUego. 

Wilrnore Ashbury College . 

Winchester 



LOUISIAN.^. 



Baton Rouge. 



Convent 

New Orlcan.s. 

Do 

Do 

Pincvillc. 



Kentucky Wesleyau College. 



Waiiam J. Hutchins, D. D. 
J. Howard Kdgerton. \. M. 
R. A. Montgomerv, LL. D. 



( Maldon B. Adams, LL. D. 
Andrew D. Harmon, LL. D. 
Frank L. McVcv, LL. D. 
John Patterson," LL. D., dean. 
Michael .laelowicv., C. R. 
II. C. Morrison, D. D. 
Will B. Campbell, D. D. 



Shreveport Centenary College 



Louisiana State University and Agricultural and 
Mex'hanical College. 

Jefferson College 

H. Sophie Nevvcomb Memorial College 

Loyola University 

Tuiaue Lfnivorsity of Louisiana 

Louisiana College 



MAINE. 



Brunswick. 
Lewi.ston... 

Orono 

Waterville. 



MARYIANT). 



Armapolis. 
Do.... 



Baltimore. 

Do. 

Do. 



BowdoLn College 

Bates College 

Universitv of Maine. 
Colby College , 



St. John's College 

United States Naval .\cademy. 



Do ! Loyola College 



College of Notre Dame of ilaryiand. 

Gouchcr College 

Johns Hopkins University 



Do. 

Chestertov.-n . . 
CoUoge Va.Tk . . 
Ellicott City.. 
Emmitsbufg.. 

Frederick 

Liither\-ille — 
New Windsor. 
Westmuister . . 



Morgan College (colored) 

Washington College 

Universitv of Marvlaiid 

Rock Hill" College ." 

Mount St. Mary's College 

Hood College 

Maryland College for Women. 

Blue Ridge College 

Western Maryland College. . . 



MAS.SACiruSETTS. 

Amherst Amherst College . 

Do Massachusetts Agricultural College . 

Boston ; Boston Univarsity 

Do Emmanuel College. 



Do. 

Do. 
Cambridge 

Do 

Do 

Chestnut Hill 

Lovrell 

Northampton 

Norton 

South Hadley 

Springfield 



Tufts College. . 

Wellesley 

Williamstown. 
Worcester 

Do 

Do 



inCHIGAN. 



Northeastern University 

Simmons College 

Harvard U niversity _. . 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology ». . 

Radelifie College 

Boston College 

Lowell Textile School 

Smith College 

Wheaton College 

Moimt Holyoke College 

International Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion College. 

Tufts College 

WoUesley College 

WUliaras College 

Clark University 

College of the Holy Cross 

Worcester Polj'technic Institute 



Adrian Adrian College . 

Albion ' Albion College. 

Alma i Alma College. . . 



Thomas D. Bo.vd, LL. D. 

P. F. Ouinn, S. T. B. 
Pierce Butler, Ph. D., dean. 
E. A. Cummin?s, S. J. 
Albert B. Dinwiddle, LL.D. 
C. Cottingham, LL. D. 
George S. Sexton, D. D. 



Kenneth C. M. Sills, LL. D. 
Clifton D. Grav, LL. D. 
Clarence C. Little, Sc. D. 
Arthiu- J. Roberts, LL. D. 



Thomas Fell, LL. D. 

Rear Adm. Henry B. Wilson, 

superintendent." 
Sister M. Plnleiuon. 
Wm. W. Gulh, LL. D. 
Frank J. Gooduow, LL. D. 
Joseph A. McEntany, S. J. 
Johii O. Spencer. Ph. D. 
Clarence P. Gould, Ph. D. 
Alfred F. Woods, D. Agr. 
Brother E. FcUx, A. M. 
Bernard J. Bradley, LL. D. 
Joseph H. Apple, LL. D. 
Beekman O. Rouse, A. B. 
J. M.Henry, Ph. D. 
Albert N. Ward, LL. D. 



Alexander Meiklejohn. LL. D. 
Kenyon L. Butterficld, LL. D. 
Lemuel H. Murlin, LL. D. 

Frank P. Speare, LL. B. 
Henry Lefavour, LL. D. 
Abl)o"tt Lawrence Lowell, LL.D 
Samuel W. Stratton, Sc. D. 
Le Baron R. Biiggs, LL. D. 
■W'iUiam Devlin, S. J. 
Chas. H. Eames, B. S. 
WUliam A. Ncilson, LL. D. 
Samuel V. Cole, LL. D. 
Mary E. Woolley, LL. D. 
Lawrence L. Daggett, D. D. 

John A. Cousens, X. B. 
Ellen F. Pendleton, LL. D. 
Harrv A. Garfield, LL. D. 
Wallace W. Atwood, Ph. D. 
James J. Carlin, S. J. 
Ira N. HoUis, Sc. D. 



Harlan L. Freeman, D.D. 
John W. Laird. LL. D. 
Harry Means Crooks, LL. D. 



UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE PRESIDENTS. 
V. — Presidents of Universities and Colleges — Continued. 



71 



Location. 



MICHIGAN— continued . 



Ann Arbor 

Berrien Springs. .. 

Detroit 

East Lansing 

Hillsdale 

Holland 

Houghton 

Kalamazoo 

Monroe 

Olivet 



University or college. 



Name of president. 



MIN^TESOT.^. 



Co!lege\'ille.- 
Minneapolis. . 

Do 

Moorhead 

Northfield... 

Do 

St. Paul 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Peter 



St. 
Winona. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



University of Micliigan 

Emmanuel .Missionary College 

University of Detroit 

Michigan Agricultural College . 

Hillsdale College 

Hope College 

Michigan College of Mines 

Kalainazoo College 

St. Mary's College 

Olivet College 

St. John's University , 

Augsburg Seminary , 

University of Minnesota , 

Concordia College 

Carleton College 

St. OlafCoUegc 

Colle&e of St. Catherine 

College of St . Thomas 

Hamline University 

Macalester College 

GuKtavus Adolphus College . . 
College of St . Teresa 



Agricultral College. . . . Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College. 

Blue Mountain Blue Mountain CoUege . 

Brookhaveu 

Clinton 

Columbus 

Grenada 

Holly Springs 

Jackson 

Do 

University 



MISSOURI. 



Cameron . . . 

Canton 

Columbia. . 
Favette — 

Fulton 

Liberty 

Marshall 

Parkville... 

St. Cliarles. 

St. Louis... 

Do 



Springfield 

Tarkio 

Warrenton 

Webster Groves. 



MONTANA. 



Bozeman 2. 



Butte2.... 
Helena 

Do.... 
Missoula ». 



NEBRASKA. 



Bethany Cotner College 



Blair 
College View. 

Crete 

Fremont 

Grand Island 

Hastings 

Lincoln 



Whitworth Female College 

Mississippi College 

Mississippi State College for Women. 

Grenada College 

Rust College (colored) 

Belhaven College 

MilLsaps College 

University of Mississippi 



Missouri Wesleyan College. 

Culver-Stockton College 

University of Missouri . . . . . 

Central College 

Westminster Collc.ge , 

William Jewell College 

Missouri Vallej' CoUe.ge 

Park CoUege 

Luidenwood College 

St. Louis University 

Washington University... 



Dniry College , 

Tarkio College , 

Central Wesleyan College. 
Loretto College , 



Montana State College of Agriculture and 
Mechanic Arts. 

Montana State School of Mines 

Montana Wesleyan College 

Iilount St. Charles College 

Montana State University 



Dana College. 

Union College 

Doane College 

Midland College 

Grand Island College. .. 

Hasting? College 

University of Nebraska. 



Marion Le Roy Biuton, LL. D. 
Frederick Grig ^^ \ ^( 
Wm. T. DoraT.S. J. 
David Friday A B. 
William G. .Sp 'ticcr, Ph. D. 
Edward D. ' irament, L. H. D. 
Fred W. MeNair, Sc. D. 
Allan Hoben, Ph. D. 
Motlier .\I. Domltilla. 
Paul F. Voelker, Ph. D. 



Alcuin Deutsch, O. S. B. 
George Sverdrup, M. A. 
Lotus D. Coffman, LL. D. 
J. A. Aasgaard, D. D. 
Donald J. Cowling, LL. D, 
Lars W. Boe, D. D. 
Sister Antonia, A. M. 
Thomas E. Cullen, Ph. D. 
Samuel F. ICerfoot, LL. D. 
Elmer A. Bess, LL. D. 
Oscar J. Johnson, D. D. 
Mother M. Leo Tracy. 



David C. Hull, M.S. 
W. J. Lowrev, LL. D. 
I. W. Cooper, D. D. 
John \V. Provine, LL 
J. C. Fant, Ph. D. 
J. R. Countiss, D. D. 
M. S. Davage, Ph. D. 
G. T. Gillespie, D. D. 
Alexander F. Watkins, D. D. 
Joseph X. Powers, LL. D.f 
chancellor. 



D. 



Emory F. Buck. 
.John H. Wood, D. D. 
John G. Jones, LL. D. 
Paul H. Linn, D. D. 
E.E. Reed, D. D. 
Joim P. Greene, LL. D. 
Wm. H. Black. LL. D. 
Frederick W. Hawley, LL. D.' 
.John L. Roemer, I,Iy. D. 
William F. Robison, S. J. 
Frederic A. Hall, LL. D.| 

chancellor. 
Thomas W. Nadal, LL. D. 
Joseph A. Thompson, LL. D. 
Otto E. Kriege, D. D. 
Mother M. Edith, A. B. 



Alfred Atkinson, Sc. D. 

George W. Craven, B. S. 
Charles M. Donaldson, D. D. 
Norbert C. Hofl, Ph. D. 
Charles H. Clapp, Ph. D. 



Charles E. Cobbev, A. M. 
C. X. Hansen, L. H. D. 
Otto M. John, M. S. 
John N. Bennett, LL. D, 
John F. Krueger, Ph. D. 
J. W. Wells, A. M. 
Cahan H. French, LL. D. 
Samuel Avery, IjL. D., chan- 
cellor. 



' The chief administrative officer of the Universitv of Montana, which includes the State higher insti. 
tutions, is the chancellor, Melvin A. Brannon, LL. D., Helena, Mont. 



72 EDUCATIONAL DIKECTORY, 1022-1923. 

V. — Presidents of Universities and Colleges — Continued. 



Location. 



University or college. 



N EBR A SK A— continued . 

OmaliR Creiditon I'niversity 

l>o Pucheyiie College. 

l>o I'niversity of Omaha 

Vniversitv Place Nebraska Wesleyan University. 

York ." York College 



KEVADA. 

Reno State University of Nevada Walter E. Clark, LL. D. 



Name of president. 



John F. McCormick, S. J. 

Daniel E. Jenkins, D. D. 
Issac R. Schreckengast, S. T. B. 
W. O. Jones. D. D. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Durham New Hampshire College of Agriculture and Me- 
chanic Arts. 

Hanover Dartmouth College 

Manchester St. Anselm's College 



NEW JERSEY. I 

Convent Station College of St. Elizabeth 

Hoboken Stevens Institute of Technology. 

Kenilworth , Upsala College 

New Bnmswick i Rutgers College 

Plainfield Mount St. Mary's College 

Princeton Princeton I'niversity 

South Orange 



Ralph D. Hetzel, LL. D. 

Eme,?t M. Hopkins, LL. D. 
Ernest Helmstetter, T>. D. 



Alexander C. Humphreys, 

LL. D. 
Carl G. Erickson. B. D. 
Wm. H. S. Demarest, LL. D. 
Mother Mary Cecelia. 
John Grier Hibben, LL. D. 



Seton Hall College Jas. F. Mooney, D. D. 



NEW MEXICO. 



Albuquerque University of New Mexico 

Socorro ' New Mexico School of Mines 

State College ' New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic 

i Arts. 

NEW YORK. 

.Mbanv New York State Library School 

A Ifrcd". Alfred University 

Annandale ; St. Stephen's College 

Aurora [ Wells College 

Brookl\-n Adelphi College 

Do Polyteclmic Institute of Brooklyn 

Do St. 'Francis College , 

Do St. John's College 

Buffalo Canisius College 

Do ' D" Youville College 

Do University of Buffalo 

Canton St. Lawrence University 

Clinton Hamilton College 

Elmira Elmira College 

Geneva Hobart College 

Hamilton Colgate University 

Ithaca Cornell University 

Keuka Park '. Keuka College 

New Roehelle College of New Rochelle 

New York Barnard College 



Do College of Mount Saint Vincent 

Do College of the City of New York 

Do College of the Sacred Heart 

Do ' Columbia University 

Do Cooper Union 

Do Fordham University 

Do Hunter College of the City of New York. 

Do Manhattan College 

New York New York University 



Niagara University Niagara University : 

Potsdam i Clarkson College of Technology 

Pou'ibkecpsie i Vassar College • 

Rochester : University of Rochester 

ft. Bonaventure ' St. Bonaventure's College i 

Saratoga .^-'prings ' Skidmore College 

Schenectady [ Union University j 

Syracuse New York State College of Forestry (at Syracuse ! 

: University). I 

Do Syracuse University ' 

I I 

TToy I Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

Do [ Russell Sage CoUege ' 

"West Point ' United States Military Acadcmv I 



David S. Hill, LL. D. 
Edgar H. Wells. E. M. 
Harry L. Kent, M. S. 



James I. Wyer., jr., director. 

Boothe C. Da\ns, LL. D. 

Bernard I. Bell.D. D. 

Kerr D. Macmillan, S. T. D. 

Frank D. Blodgett, LL. D. 

Fred W. Atkinson, Ph. D. 

Brother Da\id, O. S. F. 

John W. Moore, LL. D. 

M. J. Ahem, S. J. 

Sister Verecunda. 

Samuel P. Capen, LL. D. chan- 
cellor. 

Richard E. Svkes, D. D. 

Frederick C. "Ferrv, LL. D. 

Frederick Lent, LL. D. 

Murray Bartlett, LL. D. 

George B. Cutten, LL. D. 

Livingston Farrand, LL. D. 

Arthur H. Norton, D. Ped. 

Jaseph F. Mooney, D. D. 

Virginia C. Gildersleeve, Ph.D., 
dean. 

Sidney E. Mezes, LL. D. 

Nicholas M. Butler, LL. D. 
C. R. Richards, B. S., director. 
Edward P. Tiviian, S. J. 
George S. Davis, LL. D. 
Brother Thomas, A. M. 
Elmer EUsworth Brown, LL.D., 

chancellor. 
W. E. Katzenberger, C. M. 
John P. Brooks, Sc.D., director. 
Henrv N. MacCracken, LL.D. 
RushRhees, LL. D. 
Thomas Plassman, O. F. M. 
Charles H. Keyes, Ph. D. 
Charles A. Richmond, LL. D. 
Franklin Moon, M. F., dean. 

Charles W. Flint, LL. D., 

chancellor. 
Palmer C. Ricketts, LL. D. 
Eli-a Kcllas, Ph. B. 
Brig.Gen. Frederick W. Sladen, 

superintendent. 



UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE PRESIDENTS. 73 

V. — Presidents of Universities and Colleges — Continued. 



Location. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

Asheville 

Do 

Belmont 

Chapel Hill 

Charlotte 

Do 

Da^•idson 

Durham 

Elon College 

Greensboro 

Do 

Guilford College 

Hickory 

Newton 

Raleigh 

Do 

Red Springs 

Salisbury 

Wake Forest 

West Raleigh 

Wilson 

Winston-Salem 

NORTH DAKOTA. 

Agricultural College.. 

Fargo 

Jamestown 

University 

OHIO. 

Ada 

Akron 

Alliance 

Ashland 

Athens 

Berea 

Bluffton 

Cedarville 

Cincinnati 

Do 

Do 

Cleveland 

Do 

Do 

Colum'Ous 

Do 

Dayton 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Findlay 

Gambier 

Granville 

Hiram 

Marietta 

New Athens 

New Concord 

Oberlin 

Oxford 

Do 

Do 

PainesviUe 

Rio Grande 

Springfield 

Tiffin 

Toledo 

Do 

Westerville 

Wilberforce 

Wilmington 

Wooster 

Yellow Springs 

OKLAHOMA. 

Chiekasha 

East Enid 

Guthrie 



University or collie. 



Name of president. 



Asheville University 

St. Genevieve's College and Academy 

Belmont Abbey College 

University of North Carolina. 

Johnson C. Smith University (colored) 

Queens College 

Davidson College ^ 

Trinity College 

Elon College 

Greensboro Co'leg^ for Women 

North Carolina College for Women 

Guilford College 

Lenoir Col ege 

Catawba College 

Meredith College 

Shaw University (colored) 

Flora Maedonald College 

Li^-ingstone College (colored) 

Wake Forest College 

North Carolina State College of Agriculture and 
Engineering. 

Atlantic Christian College 

Salem College 

North Dakota Agilcultural College 

Fargo College 

Jamestown College 

University of North Dakota 

Ohio Northern University 

Municipal University of Akron 

Mount Union College 

Ashland College 

Ohio University 

Baldwin- Wallace College 

Bluffton College 

Cedarville College 

College and Academy of the Sacred Heart 

St. Xavier College 

L^niversity of Cincinnati 

Case School of Applied Science 

St. Ignatius College 

Western Reserve University 

Capital University 

Ohio State University 

University of Dayton 

Defiance College 

Ohio Wesleyan University 

Findlay College 

Ken yon College 

Denison University 

Hiram College 

Marietta College 

Franklin College 

Muskingum College 

Oberlin College 

Miami University 

Oxford College for Women 

Western College for Women 

Lake Erie College 

Rio Grande College 

Wittenberg College 

Heidelberg University 

St. John 's University 

Toledo University 

Otterbein College 

Wilberforce University (colored) 

Wilmington College 

College of Wooster 

Antioch College 

Oklahoma College for Women 

Philhps University 

CathoHc College of Oklahoma for Women 



George A. Hubbell, Ph. D. 
Mother .M. L. Lorin, A. M. 
LeoHaid, D. D. 
Harry W. Chase, LL. D. 
H. L. McCrorev, D. D. 
W. H. Frazer/D. D. 
Wm. J. Martin, LL. D. 
Wm. P. Few, LL. D. 
Wm. A. Harper, LL. D. 
S. B. Turrentine, D. D. 
Julius I. Foust, LL. D. 
Raymond Bmford, Ph. D. 
John C. Peery, D. D. 
Abraham D. Wolfinger, D. D. 
Charles E. Brewer, LL. D. 
Joseph L. Peacock, D D. 
Charles G. Vardell, D. D. 
D.C. Suggs, Ph. D. 
Wm. L. Poteat, LL. D. 
W. C. Riddick, LL. D. 

Howard S. Hillev, A. M. 
Howard E. Rondthaler, D. D. 



John L. Coulter, Ph. D. 

Barend H. Kroeze, LL. D. 
Thomas F. Kane, LL. D. 



Albert E. Smith, D. D. 
Parke R. Kolbe, Ph. D. 
Wm. H. McMaster, D. D. 
Edwin E. Jacobs, Ph. D. 
Elmer B. Bryan, LL. D. 
Albert B. Storms, LL. D. 
Samuel K. Mosiman, Ph. D. 
WUbert R. McChesney, D. D. 

James MeCabe, S. J. 
Frederick C. Hicks, Ph. D. 
Charles S. Howe. LL. D. 
Thomas J. Smith, S. J. 
Robert E. Vin.son, LL. D. 
Otto Mees, D. D. 
Wm. O. Thompson, LL. D. 
Joseph A. TetzlafF, D. D. 
Albert G. Caris, Litt. D. 
John W. Hoffman. LL. D. 
Wm. H. Guyer, D. D. 
Wm. F. Pierce, LL. D. 
Clark W. Chamberlain, LL. D. 
Miner Lee Bates, LL. D. 
Edwards S. Parsons, L. H. D. 
Will M. Hughes, D. D. 
J. K. Montgomery, D. D. 
Henry C. King, LL. D. 
Ravinond M. Hughes, M. S. 
Eleanor N. Adams, Ph. D. 
W. W. Boyd, Ph. D. 
Vivian Blanche Small. LL. D. 
Simeon H. Bing, A. M. 
Rees E. Tulloss, D. D. 
Charles E. Miller. LL. D. 
Francis X. Busch, S. J. 
A. Monroe Stowe, Ph. D. 
Walter G. Clippenger, D. D. 
John A. Gregg, D. D. 
J. Edwin Jav. A. M. 
Charles F. WLshart, LL. D. 
Arthur E. Morgan. 



G. W. Au.stin, B. S. 
Isaac N. McCash, LL. D. 



74 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

V. — Presidents of Universities and Colleges — Continued. 



Location. 



University or college. 



Name of president. 



OKLAHOMA— COntd . 



University of Oklahoma 

OV-lahnma City Colle.Ke 

Oklahoma Baptist University 

_ Oklahoma Agrlrnltiiral and Mechanical College. 

Ttii,<a '' University of Tulsa 

Wiiburton Oklahoma School of Mines 



Norinan 

Oklahoma City 

Sha\^^lee 

Stillwater. 



OREGON. 



Albany 

Corvallis 

Eugene 

Forest Grove. 
McMinnville. 

Kewherg 

Portland 

r>o 

Salem 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

AllentowTi 

Do 

Anmllle 

Beatty 

Beaver 

Beaver Falls 

Bethlehem 

Bo 

Do 

Brvn Mawr 

CarhNle 

Chamhersburg 

Chester 

Collegeville 

Easton 

Gettysburg 

Greeiisburg 

Greenville 

Grove City 

Haverford 

Huntinsdon 

Lancaster 

I>ewisbnrg 

Lincoln University... 

Loretto 

Meadville 

Mechanicsburg 

Mycrstov.-n 

Nev,' Wilmington 

Philadelphia 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



-Mbany College 

Oregon Agricultural College. 

Universit}- of Oregon 

Pacific University 

Lilifield College . ." 

Pacific College 

Reed College 

St. Mary's College 

Willamette University 



Cedar Crost College for Women 

Muiilenberg Colk'fee 

Lebanon Valley College 

St. Vincent College 

Beaver College 

Geneva College 

Lehidi T'nivei-sity 

Moravian College 

Mora\aan Seminary and College for Women. 

Bryn Mawr College 

Dickinson College 

Wilson Co!let;e 

Pennsyh ania Military College 

Ursiniis College 

Lafayette College 

Gettysburg College 

Seton Hill College for Women 

Theil College. 

Grove City College 

Haverford College 

.Tuniata College 

Frauklip. and Marshall College 

Buelmell University .' 

Lincoln l'ni\'ersit,v (colored) ; . . 

St. FrancLs College and Seminary 

Allegheny College 

Irving Female College 

Albright College 

West minster College 

Drexel Institute 

Drop.sie College 

i/a Salle College 

St. Joseph's College 

Temple University 

University of Pennsylvania 



Pittsburgh. 



Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



Scranton 

Sehnsgrove... 
State College . 
Swarthmore.. 

ViUanova 

Washington.. 
WajTiesDurg . 



Carnegie Institute of Technology. 



Duque.sne University of the Holy Ghost. 

Pennsylvania College for Women 

University of Pittsburgh 



PHILIPPrNE ISLANDS. 

Manila 



PORTO RICO. 

San Juan 



Mary wood College 

Susquehanna University 

Penrtsylvania State College 

Swarthmore College 

Villanova College 

Washington and Jefferson College . 
Waynesburg College 



University of the Philippines . 



Stratton D. Brooks, LL. D. 
Edwin G. Green, A. B. 
J. P.. Lawrence, D. D. 
•Tames B. Eskndge, Ph. D. 
Jamp„s M. Gordon, LL. D. 
Mead S. Johnson, D. Eng. 



Alfred M. Williams. D. D. 
William J. Korr. Sc. D. 
Prince L. Camnbell. LL. D. 
William C. Weir, M. S. 
Leonard W. Rilev, T). D. 
Levi T. Pennington, A. B. 
Richard F. Scholz, Ph. D. 

Carl G. Doney, LL. D. 



Vv'm. F. Curtis, Lift. D. 
Jolm A. W. Haas, LL. D. 
George T). Gossard, D. D, 
Aurelius Stelile, D. D. 
James M. Thoburn, jr., D. D. 

Charles R. Richards, LL. D. 
J. Taylor Hamilton, D. D. 
Reinhold Riemer, B, D. 
Marion E. Park, Pli. D. 
James H. Morgan, LL. D. 
Etiielbert D. "VVarfield, LL. D. 
Chas. E. Hyatt, LL. D. 
George L. Ornwake, Ph. D. 
John H. MacCracken, LL. D. 



E. F. Ritter. D, D., acting. 
Weir C. Ketler, LL. D. 
William W. Comfort, LL. D. 
I. Harvev Briunbaugh, Lift. D. 
Henry H. Apple, LL. D. 
Emorv W. Hunt, LL. D. 
Jolm B. ReJidall. D. D. 
John P. M. Doyle, LL. D. 
Fred W. Hixson, LL. D. 
E. E. Campbell, Ph. D. 
L. Clarence Ilujit, D. D. 
W. r. Wallace, D. D. 
Kenneth G. M.atheson, LL. D. 
Cyrus Adler, Ph. D. 
Brother Richard, A. M. 

Russell H. Conwell, LL. D. 

Josiah H. Peuniman, LL. D., 
provost. 

Thomas S. Baker, Ph. D., act- 
ing. 

Martin A. Hehir, LL. D. 

Cora H. Coolidge, Litt. D. 

John G. Bowman, LL. D., 
chancellor. 

Mother M. Casimir, A. B. 

Charles T. Aikens, D. D. 

John M. Thomas, LL. D. 

Frank Avdelotte, A. M. 

Francis A. Driscoll, O. S. A. 

Simon S. Baker, A. M. 

Paul R. Stuart, A. M. 



Guy Potter Benton, LL. D. 



University of Porto Rico. 



Juan B. Huyko. 



U2iriVERSITY AND COLLEGE PRESIDENTS. 75 

V. — Presidents of Universities and Colleges — Continued. 



Location. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



Kingston... 

Providence. 

Do 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Anderson . . 

Charleston. 

Do 



Clemson College. 

Clinton 

Columbia 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Due West 

Do 

Greenville 

Do 

Greenwood 

Hai Isville 

Newberry 

RockHin 

Spartanburg 

Do 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 

Brookings 



Huron 

MitcheU 

Rapid City., 
Sioux Falls. 
Vermilion . 
lankton 



TENNESSEE. 



Bristol 

Chattanooga . 
ClarksvOle.. 



Greenville. 
Harrogate. , 



Jackson 

Jefferson City . 
Knoxville. . .'. . 

Do 

Lebanon 

MciCenzie 

Maryville 

Milhgan 

Muj-freesboro. . 
Nashville 

Do 

Do 



University or college. 



Rhode Island State College. 
Brown Universitv. 



Name of president. 



Howard Edv.-ards, LL. D. 
W. H. P. Faunce. LL. D. 



Pro\-idence College ' Wm. D. Noon, S. T. B. 



Anderson Coliege 

College of Charleston 

The Citadel, the MiUtary College of South Caro- 
lina. 

Clemson Agricultural College 

Presbyterian College of South Carolina 

Columbia College 

Benedict College (colored) 

Chlcora College for Women 

University of South Carolina 

Erskine Coliege 

Woman's College of Due AVest 

Furman University 

GreenviUe AA' Oman's College 

Lander College 

Coker College for Women 

Newberry CoUege , 

Winthrop CoUege 

Converse College 

Woflord College 



South Dakota State College of Agriculture and 
Mechanic Arts. 

Huron College 

Dakota Wesleyan L'ni versify "., 

State School of Mines 

Sioux FaUs College '.'.'... 

University of South Dakota .,.. 

Yankton College 



Sev.'anee . 
Spencer . . 



TEXAS. 



King College 

University of Chattanooga 

Southwestern Presbyterian University. 

Tusculum College 

Linco'm Memorial University 



Union University 

Carson and Newman College. , 

Knoxville College (colored) 

Lniversity of Tennessee 

Cumberland University 

Bethel College 

Maryville College 

Milhgan College 

Tennessee College 

Buford College 

Fisk University (colored) 

Vanderbilt Universitv 



University of the South. 
Burritt College 



Abilene 

Do 

Au?tin 

Beiton 

Brown wood 

Do 

College Station. 
Dahas 

Do 

Denton 

Fort Worth 

Do 

Georgetown 

Houston 

Mar.^hall 

Milford 

San Antonio... 



Abilene Christian College 

Simmons College ' '".' 

University of Texas 

Baylor Female College .].[ 

Daniel Baker College ] 

Howard Payne College ] _ _ 

Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas ." ~. '. 

University of Dallas 

Southern "Methodist University 

College of Industrial Arts '. 

Texas Christian University 

Texas Woman's College . . ." 

Southwestern L^niver.sity 

Rice Institute 

Bishop College (colored) 

Texas Presbyterian College 

Oiu: Lady of the Lake College 



John E. White, D. D. 
Harrison Randolph, LL. D. 
Col. O. J. Bond, A. M., super- 
intendent. 
Walrer M. Riggs, LL. D. 
Davison McD. Douglas, D. D. 
J. C. (iuilds,Litt. D. 
Clarence. B. Antisdel, LL. D 
S. C. Byrd, D. D. 
William D. Melton, LL. D 
James S. Mofiatt, D. D. 
Richard L. Robinson, D D 
W. J. McGlothUn, LL. D. 
David M. Ramsey, D. D 
John O. Willson, D. D. 
E. W. Sikes, Ph. D. 
S. J. Derrick, LL. D. 
David B. Johnson. LL. D 
Robert P. Pell, Litt. D. 
Henry N. Snyder, LL. D. 



Willis E. Johnson, LL. D. 

George S. McCune, D. D. 
E. D.Kohlstedt. 
Cleophas C. O'Hara, Ph. D. 
Fred A. Boughton. 
Robert L. Slagle, Ph. D. 
Henry K. Warren, LL. D. 



Tilden Scherer, D. D. 
Arlo A. Brown, D. D. 
Chas. E. Diehl, D. D. 

Chas. O. Gray, LL. D. 

John W. HiU, LL. D., chan- 
cellor. 

Henrv E. Waiters, D. D. 

Oscar E. Sams, LL. D. 

J. K. Giffin, D. D. 

Harcourt A. Morgan, LL. D. 

John R. Harris, D. D. 

N. J. Finney, A. M. 

Samuel T. V.'ilson, D. D. 

H. J. Derthick, A. M. 

Geo. J. Burnett, A. M. 

Mrs. E. G. Buford. 

Fayette A. McKenzie, LL. D. 

Jaiiies H. Kirkland, LL. D., 
chancellor. 

Benjamin F. Finney. 

H. E. Scott, A. M. 



Jesse P. Sewell. 

JeUerson D. Sandefer, LL. D. 

John C. Hardv, LL. D. 

S. E. Chandler, D. D. 

W. R. Hornbarg, D. D. 

Wm. B. Bizzell, LL. D. 

W. P. Barr. 

J. W. Barton, A.M. 

Francis Si. Bralley, LL. D. 

E.M. Waits, LL. D. 

H. E. Stout, A. B. 

P. W. Horn, LL. D. 

Edgar O. Lovett, LL. D. 

C.H. Maxson, B. S. 

French W. Thompson, D. D' 

H. A. Constantineau, D. D. ' 



76 



EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1^22-1923. 
V. — Presidents of Universities and Colleges — Continued. 



Location. 



University or college. 



TEX.\s— continued, i 
I 

Sherman ■ Austin College 

Waco Baylor I'niversity . 

Waxahachie ' Trinity University. 



Name of president. 



I 



UTAH. 



Thomas S. CIvee, LL. D. 
Samuel P. Brnok.^, LL. D. 
John H. Burma, D. D. 



I.ogan Agricultural College of Utah { Elmer 0. Peterson. Ph. D. 

Provo Brigham Young Cniver.-^itv I Franklin S. Harris, Ph. D. 

Salt Lake City University of Utah George Thomas, Ph. D. 



VERMCiNT. 



Burlington University of Vermont and State Agricultural Guy W. Bailev, LL. D. 

College. I 

Middlebury Middlebury College Paul D. Moody, LL. D. 

Korthfield Norwich University Charles A. Pliimley, LL. D. 

Winooski St. Michael's College ! William Jeanmarie, S. S. E. 



VIRGINIA. 

.\.';hland I Randolph-Macon College. 

Blacksburg Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College 

and Polytechnic Institute. 

Bridgewater Bridgewater College 

Charlottesville ; University of \"irginia 

Emory ' Emory and Henry College 

Hampden-Sidney ■ Hampden-Sidnej'" College 

Hollins Hollins College. .' 

Lexington Virginia Mihtary Institute 

Do Wasliington and Lee University 

Lynchburg Randolph-Macon Woman's College 

Do Lynchburg College 

Do Virginia Theological Seminary and College 

(colored"). 

Manassas Eastern College 

Richmond University of Richmond 

Do Virginia Union University (colored) 

Sa'.tm Roanoke College ." 

Sweet Briar ■ Sweet Briar College 

Williamsburg I College of William and Mary 



■WASHINGTON. 



Robert E. Blaekwell, LL. D. 
Julian A. Burruss, A. M. 

Paul H. Bowman, D. D. 
Edwin A. Alderman, LL. D. 
James N. Hillman. A. M, 
Joseph D. Eggleston. LL. D. 
Matty L. Cocke. Litt. D. 
Edward W. Nichols, supt. 
Henry Louis Smith, LL. D. 
Dice R. Anderson, Ph. D. 
J. T. T.Hundley, A. B. 
Robert C. Woods, D. D. 

R.F. Hollida'y, A. M. 
F. W\ Boatwright, LL. D. 
William J. Clark, B.D. 
Charles J. Smith. D. D. 
Emilie W. McVea. LL. D. 
J. A. C. Chandler,LL. D. 



Pullman State College of Washington Ernest O. Holland, Ph. D. 

Seattle University of W'ashington Henry Suzzallo, LL. D. 



Spokane i Gonzaga University. 

Do Whit worth College. 

Tacoma.. College of Puget Sound Edward H. Todd, D. D. 

Walla Walla i Whitman College Stephen B. L. Penrose, LL. El 



W. J. Fitzgerald, S. J. 
Willard H. Robinson, Ph. D. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



Bethany Bethany College. 



Cloyd Goodnight, D. D. 



Buckhannon , West Virginia'^'esleyan College | Thomas W. Haught, A. M., 

I acting. 

Elkins ] Davis and Elkins College \ James E. Allen, A. B. 

Morgantown ' West Virginia University i Frank B. Trotter, LL. D. 

Salem Salem College S. Orestes Bond, A. M. 



WISCONSIN. I 

Ai'pleton Law rence College 

Ashland Northland College 

Beloit Beloit College 

Madison University of Wisconsin. 



Milton . 



Milwaukee. 



Milton College. 



Marquette University 



Samuel Plantz, LL. D. 
Joseph D. Brownell, D. D. 

Edward A. Birge, LL. D. 
Alfred E. Wliitford, A. 

acting. 
Herbert C. Noonan, S. J. 



M., 



Do Milwaukee-Downer College I Lucia R. Briggs, A. M. 



PhTnouth '■ Mi.ssion House A. E. Dahhnann, D. D., acting 

I'rairie du Chien ' Campion College I A. H. Rode, S. J. 

Do i St . Mary's College i Mother Mary Angela. 

Ripon j Ripon College Silas Evans, LL. D 

Watertown I Northwestern College ' E. E. Kowalke, A.B. 

Waukesha \ Carroll College Wm. A. Ganfield, LL. D. 

i 

WYOMING. j 

Laramie j University of Wyoming Arthur G.Crane, Ph.D. 



PRESIDENTS OF JUKIOR COLLEGES. 
VI. — Presidents of Junior Colleges. 



77 



Location. 



Eureka Springs, Ark . . 

Bakersfield, Calif 

Eureka, Calif 

FiiUerton, Calif 

HoUister, Calif 

Ontario, Calif 

Pomona, Calif 

Riverside, Calif 

Sacramento, Calif 

Santa Ana, Calif 

Santa Maria, Calif 

Cutlibert, Ga 

Young Harris, Ga 

Pocatello, Idaho 

Carlinville, 111 

Chicago, III 

Do 

Godfrey, 111 

Joliet, 111 

Mount Carroll , III 

Vincennes, Ind 

Hopkintou. Iowa 

Lamoni, Iowa 

(iarden City, Kans 

Highland , Kans 

Danville, Ky 

Hopkinsville, Ky 

Lexington, Ky 

Russelinlle, Ky 

Do 

Williamsburg, Ky. . . . 

Clinton, La 

Mansfield, La 

Baltimore, Md 

Detroit, Mich 

Grand Rapids, Mieh. . 
Highland Park, Mich. 

Hibbing, Minn 

Rochester, Minn 

St. Paul, Minn 

Holly Springs, Miss . . . 

Albany, Mo 

Columbia, Mo 

Do 

Fayette, Mo 

Fredericktown, Mo 

Fulton, Mo 



Name of institution. 



Do 

Kansas Citv, Mo 

Do....: 

La < irange, Mo 

Lexington, Mo 

Mexico, Mo 

Nevada, Mo 

St. Joseph, Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

Lenoir, N. C •. 

Louisburg, N. C 

Raleigh, N.C 

Do 

Weaverville, N.C 

Wahpeton, N. Dak 

Diirant, Okla 

Goodwell, Okla 

Miami, Okla 

Milton, Oreg 

Wessiugton Springs, 
S. Dak. 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Madisonville, Tenn. . . 

Pulaski, Tenn 

Arlington, Te.x 

Cisco, Te.x 

Clarendon, Tex 

Dallas, Tex 

Dccatiu-, Tex 



Crescent College. 
Junior College'.. 

do.' 

do.' 

do.' 

do.' 

do.' 

do.i 

do.' 

do.' 



do.i 

Andrew College 

Young L. S. Harris College 

Idaho Technical Institute 

Blackburn College 

School of Commerce and Administration '. 

Crane Junior College ' 

Monticello Seminary 

Junior College ' 

Frances Shimer School 

■N'incennes University 

Lenox College 

Graceland College 

Junior College ' 

Highland College 

Kentucky College for Women 

Bethel Woman's College 

Hamilton Col lege for AVomen 

Bethel College 

Logan Female College 

Cumberland College 

SilUman Collegiate Institute 

Mansfield Female College 

Mount Vernon College 

Junior College ' 

do' 

do' 

do' 

do' 

Concordia College 

Mississippi Synodical College 

Palmer College 

Christian College 

Stephens College 

Howard Payne C )llege 

Margin College 

Synodical College for Girls 



William Woods College 

Jimior College of Kansas City 

St. Teresa College 

La Grange College 

Central College for Women 

Hardin College 

Cot tey College 

Junior College ' 

The Priucipia 

Davenport College 

Louisburg College 

St. Mary's School 

Peace Institute 

Weaver College 

North Dakota State School of Science 

Oklahoma Presbyterian College for Girls 

Panhandle Agneultural and Mechanical College. 

Miami School of Mines 

Columbia College 

Wessington Springs Junior College 

Centenary College 

Hiwassee College 

Martin College 

Grubbs Vocational College 

Cisco Christian College 

Clarendon College 

St. Mary's College 

Decatur Baptist College 



President. 



Richard R. Thompson, A. U. 
Grace Bird, A. B. dean. 
George C. Jensen, M. S. 
W.T. Bovee, A.M. 
Philip Power, A. M. 
MertonE.Hill, M. S. 
W. A.Bartlett, B.S. 
Arthur G.Paul, A. B. 
Belle Cooledge, B. S. 

D. K. Hammond, A. B. 
Arnold A. Bowhav, jr., A. M. 

F. G. Branch, B. S. 
JohnL. Hall, A. B. 
Charles R. Frazier, B. L. 
Wm. M. Hudson, D. D. 
Avon S. Hall. 

Wm. J. Bartholf. 
Harriet R. Congdon, A. B. 
L.W.Smith. Ph. D. 
Wm. P. McKee, A. M. 
W. Halnon, A. M. 
J. F. Hinkhouse, D. D. 
George N. Briggs, A. B. 
Ernest F. Monroe, A. M. 
J. L.Howe, Ph. B. 
John C. Acheson, A. M. 
John W. Gaines, LL.D 
Alice T. Karr, dean. 
George F. Dasher, LLr D, 
Albert P. Lyon, D. D. 

E. W. Elsey, D. D. 
U. B. Currie, D. D. 
R.E.Bobbitt, B.S. 
Wyllys Rede, D. D. 
David MacKenzie, A. M. 
Arthur Andrews, M. A. 
Wilham Prakken, A. B. 
R. W. Elliott. 

G. H. Vande Bogart, A. M. 
Theo. Buenger. 

R. F. Cooper, Ph. D. 
Frank G. Coffin, D. D. 
Edgar D. Lee, A. M. 
James M. Wood, A. M. 
W. L. Halberstadt, A. B. 
Burt W. Loomis, A. M. 
C. A.McPheeters, Ph. D. 

acting. 
R.H.Crossfield, LL. D. 
Edward M. Bainter, LL. D. 
Sister Mary I'ius, Ph. D. 
James W. Crouch, D. D. 
Z. M. Williams, D. D. 
Samuel J. Vaughn. A. M. 
J. C. Harmon, A. B. 
A. S. Wood. 

Frederick E. Morgan, A. B. 
C. L. Homaday, A. M. 
A. M. Mohn, A. M. 
Warren W. Way, D. D. 
Marv O. Graham. 
A. M. Martin, A. M. 
E. F. Rilev, B. S. 
W. B. Morrison, Litt. D. 
Albert W. Fanning. 
Walter O.Cralle, A. B. 
H. S. Shangle. 
Burton J. Vincent, A. B. 

J. W. Malone, D. D. 
J. E. LowTy, A. M. 
Geo. A. Morgan, D. D, 
M. L. WiUiams. A. M. 
R.C.Hollowav. 
G. S. Slover, A. M. 

J. L. Ward, A. M. 



' Part of public-school system. 



20714"— 23- 



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78 



EDUCATIONAL DIKECTORY, 1922-1923. 
VI. — Presidents of Junior Colleges — Continued. 



Location. 



Green\'ille, Tex 

no 

Jack.son\iJlo, Tex 

Marshall, Tex 

Meridian , Tex 

Plain view, Tex 

Rusk, Tex 

San Antonio, Tex 

Sherman. Tex 

Do... 

Stephen ville, Tex .* 

Tchuacana, Tex 

Terrell, Tex 

Thorp Spring, Tex 

Salt Lake City, Utah.. 
Abingdon, Va 

Do 

Blaokstone, Va 

Bristol, Va 

Do 

Dale\-iUe, Va 

Dan\"ille, Va 

Marion, Va 

Petersburg, Va 

Roanoke, Va 

Staunton, Va 



Name of institution. 



Burleson, College 

Wesley Collese 

.Mexander Collecte 

College of Marshall 

Meridian College 

Wayiand Baptist College 

Rusk Junior College 

West inoivland College 

Carr-Burdettp College 

ICidd-Kcy College 

John Tarleton .'Vgricultural College 

Westminster College 

Texas Military Col lege 

Thorp Spring Christian Coilr-ge 

Westminster College 

Martlia Washington College 

Stonewall Jacksou College 

Blackstone College for < Jirls 

Sullins College 

X'irginia Intermont Coiiege 

Dalerille College 

A vcrett College 

Marion College 

Southern College 

^'i^ginia College 

Mary Baldwin College 



President. 



F. M. McConnell, D. D. 

G. F. Winfield, A. U. 
R. C.Bogor, A. M. 
Marion E. Hudson. 
J. Hall Bowman. 

M. W. Rohinson, A. M. 
Folix R. Hill, jr., B. D. 
Cephas Shelboume, D. D. 
Edwin Kidd. 
J. T. Davis. 
W. 15. Sanders. 
Louis C. Perry, Ph. D. 
A. R. Uolton, A. M. 

Joseph E. Avcnt, A. M. 
Fred W. Alexander, LL. D. 
W. Asbury Christian, D. D. 
W. E. Martin, Ph. D. 
H. G. Nolf linger, A. M. 
T. S. Moherman, D. D. 
Jamc.^ P. Craft, A. M. 
C. Brown Cox, A.M. 
.\rthur K. Davis, A. M. 
Mattie P. Harris. 
Marianna P. Higgins. 



' Part of public-school system. 

VII. — Heads op Departments op Education. 



Location. 



University or college. 



Namo of head of department 
or school of education. 



iXABA.MA.. 



Athens 

Auburn 

Birmingham . 

Do: 

Marion 

Montevallo. . . 



Montgomery. 

Talladega 

University . . . 



ARIZONA. 



Athens Female College 

Alabama Polytechnic Institute. 
Birmingham-Southem College. . 

Howard College 

JiKlson College 

Alabama Technical Institute 

Woman. 
■Women's College of .\labama. .. 

Talladega College (colored) 

University of Alabama 



and College for 



University of Arizona . 



Tucs<m 

ARKANSAS. 



Arkadelphia Henderson-Brown College. 

Do ] Ouachita CoLiege 

Batesville I Arkansas College 

Clarksville ] College of the Oxarks 

Conway Central College 

Do Hendrix College 

FayettevDle j University of Arkansas 



CALIFOKNIA. 



Berkeley... 
Claremont. 



Los .\ngelcs 

Do 

Mills College 

Oakland 

Redlands 

St. Helena 

San Jose 

Santa Clara 

Stanford University.. 
Whitticr 



University of California •. 
Pomona College 



Occidental Cdlege , 

Uni versil v of Southern Califomia 

Mills CoUege , 

St. Mary's College 

University of Re<liands , 

Pacific Union College 

College of the Pacific 

University of Santa Clara , 

Leland Stand ford Junior University. 
Whittier College , 



Jane E. B. Brown, A. M. 
Zebnlon \'. Judd, A. M. 
Roy E. Hoke, Ph. D. 
W. E. BohBimon, A. M. 
Thomas E. Cochran, Ph. D. 
Myrtle Brooke, A.M. 

Sara Ritter, Ph. D. 
James T. Cater, A. M. 
James J. Doster, LL. D. 



John O. Creager, A. M. 



B. S. Foster, LL. D. 
B. F.Coudray, Ph. M. 
Sidney Pickens, A. B. 
Paul G. Morrison, A. B. 
S.R.Doyle, A. B. 

James R. Jewell, Ph. D. 



Alexis F. J.ange, Ph. D. 
William E. Nicholl, A. M., 

acting. 
Thomas G. Burt, Ph. D. 
Lester B. Rogers, Ph. D. 
John L. Horn, A. M. 
Brother V. Leo, A.M. 
Herbert E. Wise, A. M. 
Charles W Irwin, .\. M. 
J. William Harris, Ph. D. 
William I. Lonergan, S. J. 
Ell wood P. Cnbbertey, Ph. D. 
Florabo.l P. Rasenberger, A.M. 



HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS OF EDUCATION. 



79 



YII. — Heads of Departmkkts of Education — Continued. 



Location. 



University or college. 



Name of head of department 
or school of education. 



COLORADO. 

Boulder 

Colorado Springs 

Denver , 

Do 

Fort Collins 

CONNECTICUT. 

New Haven 

Storrs 

DELAWARE. 

Newark 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 

Washington 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Washington (Takoma 
Park). 

FLORIDA. 



Deland 

Gainesville. . . 
Tallahassee . . 
Winter Park. 



GKORGL&. 

Athens 

Atlanta 

Do 

Do 

Augusta 

College Park 

Cuthbert 

Dahlonega 

Decatur 

Demorest 

Elmory University. 

Forsyth 

Gainesville 

Lagrange 

Macon 

Do 

Milledgeville 

Rome 

South Atlanta 



HAWAII. 

Honolulu 

IDAHO. 



CaldweU. 
Gooding. . 
Moscow . . 
Pocatello. 



ILLINOIS. 



Alton . 



Aurora 

Bloomington. . . 
Bourbonnais... 

Carthage 

Chicago 

J)o 

Do 

Decatur 

Eureka . . 



University of Colorado Harry M. Barrett, Litt. D. 

Colorado College A. E. Davies, Hh. D. 

Colorado Woman s College | Jay P. Treat, A. M. 

University of Denver ■ T. R. Garth. 

Colorado Agricultural College George T. Avery, M. S. 



Yale University Frank E. Spaulding, LL. D. 

Connecticut Agricultural College ] C. B. Gentry, M. S. 



University of Delaware Wm. A. Wilkinson, A. M. 



Catholic Sisters College Patrick J. McCormick, Ph. 

Catholic University of Ameriea I Thomas E. Shields, Ph. D. 



D. 



George Washington University. 
Howard University (colored) . . . 

Trinity College , 

Washiiigton Missionary College . 



John B. Stetson University 

University of Florida 

Florida State College for Women. 
Rollins College 



University of Georgia 

Atlanta University (colored) 

Georgia School of Technology 

Morris Brown University (colored). 

Paine College (colored) 

Cox College 

Andrew (College 

North Georgia Agricultural College. 

Agnes Scott College 

Piedmont College 

Emorv University 

Bessie Tift College 

Brenau College 

Lagrange College 

Mercer University 

Wesleyan College 

George State ('ollege for Women.... 

Shorter College 

Clark University (colored) 



University of Hawaii . 



College of Idaho 

Gooding College 

Universit J' of Idaho 

Idaho Technical Institute . 



Shurtleff College. 



Aurora College 

Illinois Wesleyan University. 

St. Viator College 

Carthage College 

Lewis Institute 

Loyola University 

University of Chicago 

James MUlikin University. .. 
Eureka College 



William C. Ruedieer, Ph. D. 
Dwiglit O. W. Holmes, A. M. 
Patrick J. McCormick, Ph. D. 
E. G. Salisbury, Ph. D. 



Daniel J. Blocker, D. D. 
J. W. Norman, Ph. D. 
Nathaniel M. Sallcy, A. B. 
W. H. Dresch, Ph. D. 



Thomas J. Woofter, LL. D. 
George A. Towns, A. M. 
Emmott P. Tracy, C. E. 
E.G. MitcheU, A. M. 
Howard H. Long, A. M. 
Wilbur M. Jones, Th. D. 
J. L. Strozier. 
J. B. Lockhart, A. B. 
S. G. Stukes, A. M. 
Homer W. Stevens, A. M. 
G. C. White, A. M. 
JohnT. Miller, A. B. 
T. J. Simmons, LL. D. 
Irene Dillard, A. M. 
Peyton Jacob, A. M. 
Lois Rogers, A. M. 

Wm. D. Furry, Ph. D. 
John Zedler, Ph. D. 



J. K. Flanders, A. M. 



F. E. Springer, A. M. 

Mrs. C. E. B. Roberts, A. B. 

J. F. Messenger, Ph. D. 



George M. Potter, A. M., presi- 
dent. 
David H. Woodward, D. D. 
W. O. Allen, Ph. D. 
WiUiam J. Bergin, C. S. V. 
Letta Simmons, A. M. 

George P. Shanley, S. J. 
WiUiam S. Gray, Ph. D. 
Luther B. Henderson, B. D. 
Silas Jones, A. M. 



1 Southern branch of University of California, Los Angeles, Ernest C. Moore, LL. D., director. 



80 ■ EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

VII. — Heads of Departments of Education — Continued. 



Location. 



University or college. 



Name of head of department 
or school of education. 



ILUN0I9— continued. 



Evanston . 

Ewing 

(iaiesburg. 



Northwestern University 

Ewing College '.. 

Knox College 



Do 

Green viile . . . 
Jacksonville. 

Do 

l^ake Forest. 

Lebanon 

Lincoln 

Moumouth.. 
Naperville. . 



Lombard College 

(irccnville College 

Illinois College 

Illinois Woman's College. 

Lake Forest College 

M c Kendrce College 

Lincoln College 

Monmouth College 

Northwestern College . . . . 



Peoria Bradley Polytechnic Institute. 



Rockford . 
Rock Island. 

Urbana 

Wheaton 



INDIANA. 



Bloomington 

Crawfordsville 

Earlham 

Evansville 

Franklin 

Ooshen 

Greencastle 

Hanover 

Indianapolis 

Do 

La Fayette 

Notre "Dame 

Do 

Oakland City 

St. Mary of the Woods, 

Upland 

Valparaiso 

Vincennes 



IOWA. 



Ames. 



Cedar Rapids 

Davenport 

Decorah 

Des Moines 

Do 

Dubuque 

Do 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Grinnell 

Hopkinton.. ...... 

Inclianola 

Iowa City 

Iowa Falls 

Lamoni 

Mount Pleasant.. 
Mount Vernon . . . 

Oskaloosa 

Pella 

Sioux City 

Storm Lake 

Tabor 

University Park. 

KANSAS. 



Baldwin City. 

Emporia 

Garden City . . 
Kansas City.. 

Lawrence 

Lindsborg 

MePherson 

Manhattan 

Newton 



Rockford College. 
Augustana College. . . 
University of Illinois. 
Wheaton "College 



Indiana University 

W abash Coll ege ..'. , 

Eariham College , 

Evansville College , 

Franklin College , 

Goshen College 

De Pauw University , 

Hanover College 

Butler College 

Indiana Central College 

Purdue University 

St. Mary's College" and Academy 

University of Notre Dame .'. , 

Oakland Cit v College 

St. Mary of the Woods College. . . 

Taylor University 

Valparaiso University 

Vincennes LTniversity 



Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic 
Arts. 

Coe College , 

St. Ambrase College 

Luther College 

Des Moinas University , 

Drake University , 

Columbia College 

University of Dubuque , 

Parsons College 

Upper Iowa University , 

Grinnell College 

Lenox College , 

Simpson College , 

State University of Iowa , 

Ellsworth College , 

Graccland College 

Iowa Wesleyan College 

Cornell College 

Penn College 

Central University of Iowa 

Morningside College 

Buena Vista College 

Tabor College 

Central Holiness University 



Baker University 

College of Emporia 

J uuior College 

Kansas City University 

University of Kansas 

Bethany College 

McPherson College 

Kansas State Agricultural College. 
Bethel College 



Elmer E. Jones, Ph. D. 

Edward L. Carr, D, D. 

James L McConaughy, Ph. D., 
president. 

F. M. Williams, Ph. D. 

Leslie R. ^larston, A. M. 

Roy F. Swift, Ph. D. 

Pearl L. Weber, A. M. 

Marguerite Kehr, Ph. D. 

W.C.Walton, Ph. D. 

Elmer S. Lake, A. M. 

Milton M. Maynard, A. M. 

Edward E. Rail, Ph. D., presi- 
dent. 

Albert F. Siepert, B. S. 

Wm. A. Maddox. 

Axel R. Wallin, Ph. D. 

Charles E. Chadsey, Litt. D. 

Charles A. S. Dwight, Ph. D. 



Henry L. Smith, Ph. D. 
Frani H. Cowles, Ph. D. 
Waller F. Dexter, D. Ed. 
Alfred B. Cope, A. M. 
Jesse E. Adams, A. M. 
John J. Fisher, A. M. 
John L. Beryl, Ph. D. 
Clem D. Thompson, A.M. 
Wm. L. Richardson, Ph. D. 
H.W.Marshall, A.M. 
George L. Roberts, A. M. 
Sister M. Loretella, A. B. 
W^illiam Cunningliam, C. S. C, 
J. E. McMuUan, Ph. D. 
Sister A. Clare, A. M. 
B. W. Ayres, Ph.D. 
George W. Neet, Ped. D, 
Winifred SkiUen, A. M. 



Guy M. Wilson, A. M. 

Alexander C. Robbie, A. M. 

Oscar A. Tingelstad, Ph. D. 
Charles E. Germane, Ph. D. 
Wm. F. Barr, A. M. 
CharlesJ. Miller. A.M. 
George C. Fracker, Ph. D. 
John E. Winter, Ph. D. 
Wm.C.Mongold, A.M. 
L. D. Hartson, Ph. D. 
Ely V. Laughlin, LL. D. 
Charles Dcich, A.M. 
Wm. F. Russell, Ph. D. 
Harold C. Bingham, A. M. 
F.M.McDowell, Ph. D. 
H. G. Leister, D. D. 
E. O. Finkenbmder, Ph. D. 
Ella H. Stokes, Ph. D. 
J. Heemstra, A. M. 
E. A. Brown, A. M. 
Harriet Anderson, A. M. 
C. W. Schroeder, A. M. 
J. W. Holfman, A.B. 



Lillian Scott, A.M. 
Charles A. Mohr. 
Ernest F. Monroe, A. M. 
Wm. S. Reese, D. D. 
Raymond A. Kent, Ph. D.. 
Anna A. Carlson. 
J. A. Blair, A. M. 
Edwin L. Holton, A. B. 
John R. Thierstein, Ph. D. 



HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS OF EDUCATION. 81 

VII. — Heads op Departments of Education — Continued. 



Location. 



University or college. 



Name of head of department 
or school of education. 



KANSAS— continued. 



Ottawa... 
St. Marys. 

Salina 

Sterling... 
Topeka... 
"Wichita... 
Do.... 
Winfield . . 



Ottawa University 

St. Mary's College^. 

Kansas Wesle van University. 

Sterling College '.. 

Washburn College 

Fairmont College 

Friends University. 



A. B. Cope, A. M. 
Joseph H. Herbers, S. J. 
Alljert H. Iving. D. Fed. 
Guy T. Hicks, Ph. D. 
L. D. Whiltemore, A. M. 
Wm. H. Haves, I'h. D. 
Onias B. Baldwin, A. M. 



KENTUCKY. 



Southwestern College Mark Ewald, A. M. 



Berea Berea College 

Danville Centre Csllege 

Georgetown Georgetown College 

Lexington University of Kentucky 

Do Transylvania College 

Louisville I University of Louisville 

"Williamsburg Cumberland College 

Winchester Kentucky Wesleyan College. 



LOUISIANA. 



Baton Rouge. 



Convent. 



Louisiana State University and Agricultural and 
Mechanical College. 

Jefferson College 

Mansfield ^ Mansfield Female College 

New Orleans H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College 

Loyola University 

Louisiana College 



Do 
Pineville 



MAINE. 

Lewiston 



Orono 

Waterville. 



MARYLAND. 



Annapolis St. John's College 



Bates College. 



LTniversity of Maine. 
Colby College 



Sidnev S. Handv. A. M. 

Sister M. Melita, A. M. 

Agnes L. Rogers, Ph. D. 

Edward F. Buchner, Ph. D. 

John W. Haywood, A. M. 

James W. Johns, A. B. 

College Park | University of Maryland ■ WUlard S. Small, Ph. D. 

Emmitsburg I Mount St. Mary's College Joseph J. McAndrew'S, LL. D. 

Frederick j Hood College I G. N. Rebert, A. B. 

LuthcrviUe ■ Maryland College for Women ' Marie McKinnev 



Baltimore 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Chestertown 



College of Notre Dame of Maryland. 

Goueher College 

Johns Hopkins University 

Morgan College ( colored) 

Washington College. 



Alicrt J. Chidester. 
Walter Er\ in, A. M. 
Abbie L. FuUer, Ph. D. 
J. T. C. Noe, Litt. D. 
Wm. C. Bower, A.M. 
John L. Patterson, LL. D, 
J. L. Creech, B. S. 
J. C. Lewis, A. M. 



Delmar T. Powers, A. M. 

J. Dunne, S. M. 
Ethel Hatchet t, A. B. 
John M. Fletcher, Ph. D. 
F. D. Sullivan, S. J. 
J. E.Caldwell, A. B. 



Robert A. F. McDonald. 
Ph.D. ^ 

Luther J. Pollard, A. M. 
W. R. Wells, Ph. D. 



New Windsor. 
Westminster. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

Amherst 

Boston 

Do 

Do 

Cambridge 

Do 

Chestnut Hill 

Northampton 

Norton 

South Hartley 

Tufts College 

Wellesley 

Worcester 

Do 



Blue Ridge College. 
Western Maryland College. 



MICHIGAN. 

Adrian 

Albion 

Alma 

Ann Arbor 

Berrien Springs. 

Detroit 

East Lansing 

Hillsdale 

Holland 

Kalamazoo 



Massachusetts Agricultural College. 

Boston University 

Emmanuel College 

Simmons College 

Harvard Universitv 

Radcliffe College 

Boston College 

Smith College 

Wheaton College 

Mount Hoi voke College 

Tufts College 

Wellesley College 

Clark University 

College of the Holy Cross 



E. C. Bixler, Ph. D. 
Alvey M. Isanogle, A. B. 



Wm. R. Hart, A. M. 
Arthur H. Wilde, Ph. D. 
Wm. T. A. O'Brien, S. T. L. 
Antoinette Roof. 
Henry W. Holmes, A. M. 

Do. 
James F. MeUvn, S. J. 
Harvev G. To'wnsend, Ph. D. 
Walter O. Mclntire, Ph. D. 
Colin A. Scott, Ph. D. 
Douglas Waples, Ph. D. 
Arthur O. Norton, A. M. 
Wm. H. Burnham, Ph. D. 
James A. Mullen, S.J. 



O. R. Stilson, A. M. 
Emory L. Kuhnes, Ph. D. 
George B. Raudels, Ph. D. 
Allen S. Whitney, LL. D. 
Dorothy E. White, A. B. 



Olivet. 



Adrian College 

Albion College 

Alma College 

University of Michigan 

Emmanuel Missionarv CoUege _, 

University of Detroit." , Simon J. Nicolas, S. J. 

Michigan Agricultural College Walter H. French, M. S. 

Hillsdale College C. B . Clark, A.M. 

Hope College j Egbert G. Winter, A. M. 

Kalamazoo College 'Allan Hoben, Ph.D., presi- 

I dent. 
OUvet College I James S. King, Ph. D. 



82 • EDUCATIONAL. DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

VII. — Heads of Departments op Education — Continued. 



Location. 



University or college. 



Name of head of department 
or school of education. 



MINNESOTA. 

Collogoville 

Minneapolis 

Do 

Moorhcad 

NoilWicld 

1)0 

St. Paul 

Do 

Do 

Do 

St. Peter 

Winona 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Agricultural College. 

Blue Mountain 

Brookhaven 

Hint on 

Colinnous 

Grenada 

Holly Springs 

Jackson 

Do 

Meridian 

University 



MLSSOURI. 



MONTANA. 

Bozeman 



Helena... 
MLssoula . 



NEBEASKA. 

Bethany 

College View 

Crete 

Fremont 

Grand Island 

na.sti.ngs 

Lincoln 

Omalia 

Do 

University Place. 
York 



St. John's University 

Augsburg Seminary! 

Univor.sity of Minnesota. . . 

Concordia" College 

Carleton College 

St. Olaf College 

College of St. Catherine 

College of St. Thomas 

Hamline University 

Mtii'ale.ster (^olloeo 

Ou.itavus .Vdolpnus College 
College of St. Teresa !!. 



M-"ss'ssipi)i Agricultural and Mechanical College. 

Blue Mountain College 

Whitworth Female College 

Mississippi Colloge '. 

Mississippi Stat e College for Women 

G renada College , 

Rust College (colored) 

Belhaven College 

Millsaps College 

Meridian College 

Universi ty of Mi.ssissippi 



Albany 

Caireron 

Canton 

Columbia 

Do 

Do 

Favette 

"Do 

Fulton 

Do 

Do 

Kansas City 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Marshall 

Mexico 

Nevada 

Parla-ille 

St. Cliarlcs 

St. Louis 

Do 

Springfield 

Tarido 

Warrenton 



NEVADA. 



Reno. 



Palmer College .' 

Missouri Wcsleyan College. 

Culver-Stoclrton College 

Christian College 

Stephens College 

University of Missouri 

Central College 

Howard Payne College 

Synodical F"en;ale College.. 

Westminster College 

William AVoods College 

St . Teresa College 

Central College for Wonien. 

William Jev-. ell College 

Missouri Valley College 

Hardin College 

Cottey College 

Park College 

Linden wood College 

St. Louis University 

Wasliington University 

Drury College 

Tarkio College 

Central Wesleyan College. . 



Montana College of Agriculture and Mechanic 
Arts. 

Montana Wesleyan College , 

University of M'ontana , 

Cotner College 

Union College 

Doane College 

Midland CloUege 

Grand Island College 

Hastings College , 

University of Nebraska 

Creighton University 

University of Omaha 

Nebraska Wesleyan University 

York College 

State University of Nevada 



Alo.xiue Hoffman, O. S. B. 

R. B. Nell, A. M. 

Afclvin E. Haggerty, Ph. D. 

Leal A. Headley. Ph. D. 
Julius Boraas, Ph. D. 
Si.ster Jeanne Marie, A. M. 
Joseph A. Schabert, A. M. 
Charles F. Echterbecker, A. B. 
Andrew W. Anderson, A. M. 
Sven Froeberg, Ph. D. 
Blanche Murphy, A. M 



Wm. F. Lusk, M. S. 
R. G. Lowrey, A. M. 
Mrs. J. D. Cooper, A. M. 
Wm. H. Weathersby, Ph. D. 
Anne L. Fant, A. M. 
Corinne Laney, A. B. 
J. L. Farmer,"Ph. D. 
Olive M. Jones, A. M. 
Stuart G. Noble, Ph. D. 
L. R. Hogan, Ph. D. 
J. C. Fant, Ph. D. 



A. W. Sparks, A. B. 
D. L. Dalke, A. M. 
George E. Breece, A. M. 
R.C. Abram,A. M. 
James M. Wood, A. M. 
Jesse H. Coursault, Ph. D. 
R. E. Hurt, A. M. 

B. I. Lawrence, A. B. 
Charlotte M. Ismav, A. M. 

C. A. McPheeters,'Ph. D. 
Grace Y. Griffin, A. B. 
Sister Constance, Ph. B. 
Agnes E. Hamilton, B. S. 
F. E.Smith, A.M. 
John J. Dynes. A. M. 

T. P. Oakley, Ph. D. 
Blanche Bowdle.A. M. 
W. F. Sanders, A.M. 
R. S. Dailey, A. M. 
Austin G. Schmidt, S. J. 
Edgar J. Swift, Ph. D. 
Joseph T. Williams, Ph. D. 
Omar Caswell, .\. M. 
Ira N. Chiles, A. M. 



J. H. Hoist, A.M. 

Allen C. Lemon, A. M. 
Freeman Daughters, Ph. D. 



James F. Duncan, A. M. 
OttoM. John, M. S. 

A. G. Heyhor, A. M. 
George M. Mendenhall, Ph. D. 
Arthur J. Bis.singer, A. M. 
Frank E. Weyer, A. M. 
Wi]li;i:n E. Sealock, Ph. D. 
Francis B. Cassilly, S. J. 

W. Gilbert Jame.s. 

B. E. McProud, A. M. 

C. E. Ashcraft, A. M. 



John W. Hall, A. M. 



HEADS OF DEPAETlvrENTS OF EDUCATIOlsr. 83 

VII. — Heads of Departments op Education — Continued. 



Location. 



University or college. 



Name of head of department 
or school of education. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Durham . 
Hanover. 



NEW JERSEY. 



Convent Station. 

Kenilworth , 

New Brunswick. 
Plainfield 



NEW MEXICO. 



Albuquerque. 
State College . 



NEW YORK. 



Alfred 

Brooklvn , 

Do" 

Do , 

Buffalo , 

Do 

Canton , 

Elmira 

Geneva 

Hamilton 

Ithaca 

Keuka Park 

Now Rochelle 

New YorJ: 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do ; 

Niagara University. 

Rochester 

Syracuse 

Troy 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Chapel HiU 

Charlotte 

Do 

Davidson 

Durham 

Elon College 

Greensboro 

Do 

Guilford College. 

Hickory 

Lenoir'. 

Louisburg 

Newbern 

Raleigh 

Do 

Wake Forest 

West Raleigh . . . 



Wilson 

Winston-Salem. 
Red Springs 



NORTH DAKOTA. 

Agricultural College. . . 

Fargo 

Jamestown 

Un iversity 

Wahpeton 

OHIO. 

Ada 

Akron 

Alliance 

Ashland 



New Hampshire College of Agriculture and Me- 
chanic Arts. 
Dartmouth College 

College of St. Elizabeth 

Upsala College 

Rutgers College , 

Mt. St. Mary's College 

University ofNew Mexico 

New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic 
Arts. 



Alfred University 

Adelphi College 

St. Francis College 

St. John's College 

Canisius College 

University of BufTalo 

St . Lawrence University 

Elmira College 

Hobart College 

Colgate University 

Cornell University 

Keuka College . . ." 

College of New Rochelle 

College of the City of New York 

Columbia University 

Fordham University 

Hunter College of the City of New York. 

Manhattan College 

New York University 

Niagara University 

Univereity of Rochester 

Syracuse University 

Russell Sage College 



University of North Carolina 

Johnson C. Smith University (colored) 

Queens College 

Davidson College 

Trinity College 

Elon College 

Greensboro College Uyr Women 

North Carolina College for Women , 

Guilford College 

Lenoir College 

Davenport College 

Louisburg College 

Catawba College 

Meredith College 

Shaw University (colored) 

Wake Forest College 

North Carolina State College of Agriculture and 
Engineering. 

Atlantic Christian College 

Salem College 

Flora Macdonald College 



North Dakota Agricultural College. 

Fargo College 

Jamestown College 

University of North Dakota 

North Dakota School of Science 



Ohio Northern University 

Municipal University of Akron. 

Mount Union College 

Ashland College 



Charles L. Simmers, B. A. 
Arthur D. Wright, Ed. M. 



A. L. Johnson, L. H. D. 
Charles H. Elliott, Ph. D. 
M. St. John Considine, A. M. 



Charles E. Hodgin, B. Pd. 
James W. Clarkson, B. S. 



Edward J. Colgan, A. M. 
James W. Park, A. M. 
Brother Jarlalh, O. S P. 
T. Roger Smith, A. M. 
Miles J. O'MaiUa, S. J. 

Charles M. Rebert, A. M. 
.John R. Tuttle, Ph. D. 
Foster P. Boswell, Ph. D. 

Robert M. Ogden. Ph. D. 
A. H. Norton, D. Ped. 
John F. Condon, Ph. D. 
Paul Klapper, Ph. D. 
.Tames E. Russell, LL. D. 
R. Rush Rankin, S. J. 
James M. Kieran, LL. D. 
Brother Jasper, A. M. 
Thomas M. Balliet, Ph. D. 
Edward Harrison, A. M. 
E. P. Frost, Ph. D. 
Albert S. Hurst, Ph. D. 
Katherlne Kellas, Ph. B. 



N. W. Walker, A. B., acting. 
J. W. Seabrook, A. M. 
Ethel Abernethy, A. B. 
Fra/.er Hood, Ph. D. 
M. L. Lov^ery, A. M. 
W. C. Wicker, LL. D. 
David F. Nicholson, A. M. 
John H. Cook, A. M. 
L. Lea \ATiite, A. B. 
Quincy A. Kuehner, Ph. D. 
Euphan W. Macrae, A. M. 
Edward L. Best. 
A. B. Whisenhunt, A. M. 
E. McKee Highsmith, A. M.. 
WilUam L. Turner, A. M. 
H. T. Hunter, Ph. D. 
L. E. Cooke, M. S. 

P. F. Grim, A. M. 
Grace E. Manson, A.M. 
Patty B. Watkins. 



Arland D. Weeks, A. M. 
Anna M. Tibbets, Ph. D. 
Clyde Travis, A. M. 
Joseph Kennedy. LL. D. 
Georgiana Clark, Ph. B. 



John Davison, D. Ped. 
W. J. Bankes, A. M. 
John B. Bowman, A. M. 
L. L. Garber, Litt. D. 



84 



EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOKY, 1022-1023. 



VII. — Hkads of Departments of Education — Continued. 



Location. 




Name of head of department 
or school of education. 



OHIO— cont inued. 

AthoFis 

Beroa 

Hluffton 

Odarville 

Cincinnati 

Po 

Cleveland 

Do 

Columbus 

Po 

Dejiance 

r>ela\vare 

Findlay 

Granvi'lle 

Hiram 

Marietta 

New Athens 

New Concord 

Oberlin 

Oxford 

Do 

Do 

Painesville 

Rio Grande 

Springfield 

TifRn. 

Toledo 

Do 

Westerville 

Wilberforce 

Wihuington 

Wooster.... 

Yellow Springs 



OKLAHOMA. 



Ohio T'niversity 

Baldwin-Wallace College 

Bluffton College 

Cedarville College 

St. Xavler College 

I'ni versify of Cincinnati 

St . Tgnat ills College 

Western lieserve University 

Capital Vniversity 

Ohio State University 

Defiance College 

Ohio Wesleyan University 

Findlay College 

Dennison University 

Hiram College 

Marietta College 

Franklin College 

Muskingum College 

Oberlin College 

Miami University 

Oxford College fo"r Women 

M'estern College for Women 

Lake Erie CoHege 

Rio Grande College 

AVittenberg College 

Heidelberg University 

St. John's University 

Toledo University 

Otterbein College 

Wilberforce Uaiversity (colored). 

Wilmington College 

College of Wooster 

Antioch College 



Chickasha Oklahoma College for Women 

East Enid Phillips University 

Norman Universi t y of Oklahoma 

Oklahoma City ' Oklahoma City College 

StiUwatcr I Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College. . 

Tulsa i University of Tulsa 



OREGON. 

Albany ! Albany College 

Corvallis j Oregon Agricultural College . 

Eugene I University of Oregon 

Forest Groove ' Pacific University 

McMinnviUe Linfleld College . '. 

Newberg ! Pacific College 

Portland j Reed College 

Salem I WilUamette University 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Allentown 

Do 

Annville 

Beaver 

Beaver Falls . . . 
Bethlehem 

Do 

Do 

Bryn Mawr 

(Carlisle 

Chamber.sburg. 
CoUegeviUe 



Cedar Crest College for Women 

Miihlenberg College 

Lebanon Valley College 

Beaver College 

Geneva College 

Lehigh University 

Mwavian College 

Mora\ian Seminary and College for Women. 

Bryn Mawr College 

Dickinson College 

Wilson College 

Ursinus College 



Gettysburg 

Greenville 

Grove City 

Huntingdon 

Lancaster 

Levvisburg 

MeadviUe 

Mechanicsburg. 



Gettysburg College 

Thiel College , 

Grove City College 

Juniata College 

Franklin and Marshall College. 

Bucknell Univer.sity 

Allegheny College , 

Irving Female College 



Myerstown ; Albright College. 



Thos. C. McCracken, Ph. D. 

F. Roehm, A. M. 
Payson Miller, A. M. 
F'lorenee L. Somers. 
James McCabe, S. J. 
Wm. P. Burris, L. H. D. 
Edward J. Bracken. A. M. 

G. C. Robinson, Ph. D. 
Theophilus Mess, Ph. D. 
George F. Arps, Ph. D. 
Edward L. Lawson, A. M. 
William E. Sniyser, Litt. D. 
H. S. Brinser, M. Pd. 
Thomas A. Lewis, Ph. D. 
Erne,st G. Walker, A. M. 

A. C. Watson, Ph. D. 
W. R. Cornetet, B. S. 
J. G. Lowery, A. M. 
Edward A. Miller, Ph. D 
Harvey C. Minnich, LL. D. 
L. Estelle Appleton, Ph. D. 
Leslie Quant, A. M. 
James L. Mursell, Ph. D. 
W. G. Scarbeny, A. B. 

T. Bruce BirchJ JPh. D. 
E. I. F. WilUams, A. M. 
Francis P. Kemper, A. M. 
David W. Henry, A. M. 

B. W. Valentine, A. M. 
Gilbert Jones, Ph D. 
Russell Olt, A. M. 
Martin Remp, A. M. 
Ralph E. Boothby, A. B. 



Maxie N. Woodring, A. M. 
M. L. Perkins, A. M. 
Chas. E.Benson, Ph.D., acting. 
W. H. Goodell, A. M. 
Herbert P. Patterson, Ph. D. 
Lawrence W. McLeod, A. M. 



Wallace H. Lee, LL. D. 
Edwin D. Re»ssier, A. M. 
Henry D. Sheldon, Ph. D. 
Harold S. Tuttle, A. M. 
L. S. Shumaker, A. B. 
Grace M. Conover, A. M. 

Charles L. Sherman, Ph. D. 



Isaac M. Wright, Ph. D. 

E. R. Hoke, Ph. D. 
C. Mace Thomas, Ph. D. 
Harry H. Wylie, Ph. D. 
Percy Hughes, Ph. D. 
W. N. Schwarz, Ph. D. 
Percy Hughes, Ph, D. 
Mathilde Castro, Ph. D. 
Wilbur H. Norcross, Ph. D. 
LilUan M. Rosencrans, A. B. 
George L. Omwake, Ph. D., 

president. 
Frank H. Kramer, Ph. D. 
E. B. Evans, A. M. 
Clharles A. Piatt, Ph. D. 
C. C. Ellis, Ph. D. 
P. M. Harbold, Sc. D. 

Frederick G. Henke, Ph. D. 
E. E. Campbell, Ph. D., presi- 
dent. 
Virgil C. Zener, A. M. 



HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS OF EDUCATION. 85 

VII. — Heads op Departments of Education — Continued. 



Location. 




PENNSYLVANIA — COIl. 



New Wilmington. 
Philadelphia 

Do 

Pittsburgh 

Do 

Do 

Selinsgrove 

State College 

Swartkmore 

ViUanova 

Washington 

Waynesburg 



PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 

Manila 

PORTO RICO. 

San Juan 

RHODE ISLAND. 



Kingston 

Providence. 



Name of head of department 
or school of education. 



Westminster College 

Temple University 

University of Pennsylvania 

Carnegie institute of Technology . . 
Pennsylvania College for Women.. 

University of Pittsburgh 

Susquehanna University 

Pennsylvania State College 

Swarthmore College 

ViUanova College 

Washington and Jefferson College. 
Waynesburg College 



University of the Philippines. 
University of Porto Rico 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Anderson 

Clemson College 

Clinton 

College Place 

Columbia 

Do 

Do 

Greenville 

Do 

Greenwood | Lander College 

Newberry Newberry College 



Rhode Island State College. 
Brown University 



Anderson College 

Clemson Agricultural College 

Presbyterian College of South Carolina. 

Colurribia College 

Benedict College (colored) 

Chicora College for Women 

University of South Carolina 

Greenville Woman's College 

Furman University 



Rock Hill. 

Spartanburg. 

Do 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 

Brookiggs 



Huron 

Mitchell 

Sioux Falls. 
Vermilion. . 
Yankton 



TENNESSEE. 



Bristol 

Chattanooga. . 

Clarksville 

Greenville 

Harrogate 

Jackson 

Jefferson City. 

Knoxville 

Do 

Lebanon 

Mary viUe 

Milligan 

Murfreesboro. . 

Nashville 

Spencer 



TEXAS. 



Abilene 

Do 

Austin 

Belton 

Brownwood 

Do 

College Station . 
Dallas 



W'inthrop College. 
Converse College . . 
W'offord College. . . 



South Dakota State College of Agriculture and 
Mechanic Arts. 

Huion College 

Dakota Wesleyan University 

Sioux Falls College 

University of South Dakota 

Yankton College 



King College 

LTniversity of Chattanooga 

Southwestern Presbyterian University. 

Tusculum College 

Lincoln Memorial University 

Union University 

Carson and Newman College 

Knoxville College (colored) 

University of Tennessee 

Cumberland University 

MarjrviUe College 

MUhgan College 

Tenn&ssee College 

Fisk University (colored) 

Burritt College 



Abilene Christian College 

Simmons College 

University of Texas 

Baylor Female College 

Daniel Baker College 

Howard Payne College 

Agricultural and Mechanical College of Te.xas. 
Southern Methodist University 



John A. Shott, A. M. 
George E. Walk, Ph. D. 
John H. Minnick, Ph. D. 
Louis L. Thurstone, Ph. D. 
J. V. L. Morris, Ph. D. 
George H. Reavis, Ph. D. 
John I. Woodruff, Litt. D. 
David A. Anderson, Ph. D. 
W. Carson Ryan, Ph. D. 
F. H. Diehl, >h. D. 
Edward M. Weyer, Ph. D. 
George F. Dunkelberger, A. M, 



Francisco Benitez. 



J. J. Osuna, Ph. D. 



Charles Carroll, Ph. D. 
Stephen S. Cohin, Ph. D. 



M. Adelia Fox, A. M. 

F. H. H. Calhoun, Ph. D. 

Daniel J. Brimm, D. D. 

J. L. Stokes, D. D. 

Mabel Knight, B. Bd. 

Jean lialimer. 

Patterson Wardlaw, LL. D. 

Eleanor A. Gardner, A. M. 

Lueco Gunter, A. M. 

Elizabeth Alexander, A. B. 

S. J. Derrick, A. M., president. 

James P. Kenard, Ph. D. 

Melvin A. Martin, Ph. D. 

Arthur G. Rembert, LL. D. 



J. A. Williams, A. M. 

Harold O. Lawrence, A. M. 
E. K. Hillbrand. 
A. W. Fauquet, A. M. 
Wm. A. Cook, Ph. D. 
William J. McMurtrv, LL. D. 



King A. Hagy, A. M. 

Charles F. Arrowood, A. M. 
Robert R. Vance, A. M. 
J. J. Lowrey, A. M. 
L. R. Hogan, Ph. D. 
J. D. Everett, A. M. 
J. K. Millin, A. M. 
John A. Thackston, Ph. D. 
J. L. Frank, M. S. 
Jasper C. Barnes, Ph. D. 
Willis B. Boyd, A. M. 
Emily H. Dutton, Ph. D. 
Belle'R. Parmenter, B. Ped. 
A. S. Chambers, A. M. 



James F. Cox, Ph. D. 
Oscar H. Cooper, LL. D. 
Wm. S. Sutton, LL. D. 
A. O. Bowden, A. M. 
Mrs. J. W. Trapp, A. B. 
Glenn A. Brooks, A. M. 
Martin L. Hayes. A. M. 
Claude A. Nichols, Ph. D. 



86 EDUCATIONAL. DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

VII. — Heads of Departments of Education — Continued. 



Location. 



TEXAS— continued. 

Deuton 

Fori Worth 

Do 

Georgetown 

Grpcnville 

Do 

Houston 

Marshall 

Do 

Meridian 

Milford 

San Antonio 

Do 

Sherman 

Do 

Stepheosville 

Tehuacana 

Waco 

Waxahacliie 

UTAH. 

Logan 

Pro I/O 

Salt Lake City 

VERMONT. 

Burlington 

Middlsbury 

VIRGIKIA. 

BlEcfcsburg 

Bridgewater 

CharlottesviUe 

Emory 

L-yTichburg 

■ Do 

Richmond 

Salem 

Williamsburg 

WASHrNGTON. 

Pullman 

Seattle 

Tacoma 

Walla Walla 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Bethany 

Buekhannon 

Elkins 

Morgautown 

Salem 

■WISCONSIN. 

Appleton 

Ashland 

Beloit 

Madison 

Milwaukee 

Do 

Prairie du Chien 

Do 

Ripon 

Watertown 

Waukesha 

WTOMINQ. 

Laramie 



University or college. 



College of Industrial Arts 

Texits Woman 's (k)llege 

Texas Christian University 

Southwestern University 

Burleson (^ollege 

Wesley College 

Rice Institute 

Bishop College (colored) 

College of .Marshall 

Meridian College 

Texas I'resbyterian College 

Our Lady of"the Lake College 

We-stmoorland College 

Au?t in College 

Carr-Burdette ('oUegc 

John Tarle.ton Agricultural College 

Westminster College 

Baylor University. 

Trinity University 

Agricultural College of Utah 

Brigham Yoimg University 

University of Utah 



University of Vermont and State Agricultural 

College. 
Middlobury College 



Name of head of department 
or school of education. 



Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College 
and Polj'technic Institute. 

Bridgewater College 

University of Virginia 

Emory and Henry College 

Ljoicfiburg College 

Randol])h-Macon Woman's College 

University of Richmond 

Roanoke College 

College of William and Mary 

State College of Washington 

Universil y of Washington 

College ofPuget Sound 

Whitman College 

Bethany College 

West Virginia Wesleyan College 

Davis and Elkins College 

West \'irginia University 

Salem College 

Lawrence College 

Northland College 

Beloit College 

University of Wiscon.sin 

Marquette University 

Milwaukee-Downer College 

Campion College 

St. Mary's College 

Ripon College 

Northwestern College 

Carroll College 

University of Wyoming 



R. J. Turrentine, A. M. 
Irving Ball, A. M. 
Ravraond A. Smith, A. M. 
Oscar A Ullrich, A. M. 
C. H. Wedem.ej-cr, A. M. 
George Winfleld, A. M., presi- 
dent. 
William C. Swabey, Ph. D. 
Mrs. John A. Talcott. 
J. \V. Smith, A. M. 
Leslie A. Boone. 
J. W. Currie, A. M. 
Sister Antonina, A. M. 
Grace E. McReynolds, A. M. 
Homer P. Rainey, A. B. 
Roberta Moore, A. M. 
Fletcher Lane, A. B. 
E. N. Comfort, A. M. 
Thomas D. Brooks, Ph. D. 
Edward P. Cliilds, M. S. 



Henry Patterson, A. M. 
Hugh" M. Woodward, Ph. D. 
Milton Bennion, A. M. 



Bennett C. Douglass, A. M. 
Frank E. Howard, Ph. D. 

William B. Coggin, A. M. 

Rachel C. Loughlin, A. M. 
John L. Manahan, Ph. D. 
R. W. CarroO, A.M. 
Edward C. Wilson, Ph. D. 
EzraB. Creoles, Ph.D. 
W. L. Prince, A. M. 
F. V. N. Painter, Litt. D. 
H. E. Bennett, A. B. 



Alfred A. Cleveland, Ph. D. 
Frederick E. Bolton, Ph. D. 
Frederick Gjesdalil, A. M. 
Enos L. Keezel, A. M. 



J. Allen Hunter, Ph. D. 
R. R. Scott, A. M. 
Helen M. Clarke, Ph. D. 
Jasper N. Dealil, Ph. D. 
S. O. Bond, A. M., president. 



Herbert C. Cooley, Ph. D. 
Florence T. Swan, A. B. 
Clarence L. Clarke, A. M. 
V. A. C. Henmon, Ph. D. 

Edna S. Winters, A. M. 
W. F. Parry, S. J. 

Wm. J. Mutch, Ph. D. 

J. H. Ott, Ph. D. 

R. F. Richardson, Ph. D. 



C. R. Maxwell, A. M. 



PRESIDEl^TS OR DEANS OF THEOLOGY. 87 

' VIII. — Presidents ob Deans op Schools op Theology. 



Location. 



Name of institution. 



President or dean. 



St. Bernard, Ala 

Sebna. Ala 

Talladega, Ala 

Tuscaloosa, Ala 

Little Rock, Ark 

Do 

North Little Rock, Ark . 

Berkeley, Calif 

Do 

Do 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Do 

Menlo Park, Calif 

San Anselmo, Calif. . 

San Fransci.sco. Calif 

Do 

Denver, Colo , 

Hartford, Conn 

MidtUctov/n. Conn , 

New Haven, Conn 

Washington, D . C 

Do , 

Washington, D. C. (Tar 
koma Park). 

St. Leo, Fia 

Atlanta, Ga 

Do 



Do 

Do 

Do 

Macon, Ga. 
Aurora, III . 



Chicago, m 

P'o 

Chicr<^o (Maywood), 111. 
Chico.!;o, HI 

.00. 

Do 

Evanston. Ill 

Do... 



Do 

Greenville, 111. 



Naperville, ni 

Eock Island, HI... 



SpringHeld, 111. 
Merom, Ind 



St. Meinrad, Ind. 
Upland, Ind 



Des Moines, Iowa. 
Do 



Dubuque, Iowa. 

Do 

Atchison, Kans. 



Kansas City, Kans. 
Do 



McPherson, Kans. 
Kings wood, Ky... 
Lexington, Ky 



St. Bernard College and Abbey (R. C.) 

Pavne University Theological Department 
(A.M.E.). 

Talladega College Theological Seminary 
(Cong.) ("colored). 

Stillman Institute (colored) (Presb.) 

Arkansas Baptist College School of Theology. . . 

St. Tohn's Seminary (R. C.) 

Jackson Theological Seminary of Shorter 
College (A. M.E.). 

Berkeley Baptist Divinity School 

Pacific School of Religion (undenominational) 

Pacific Unitarian School for the Ministry 

Cahfornia School of Christianity 

University of Southern California, Maclay Col- 
lege of Theology (M. E.). 

St. Patrick's Seminary (R. C.) 

San Francisco Theological Seminary (Presb.).. 

Cahfornia Bible College (Disc.) 

Church Divinitv School of the Pacific (P. E.). .. 

Hifli School of Theology (M.E.) 

Hartford Seminary Foundation (Interdenomi- 
national) . 

Berkeley Divinity School (P. E .) 

Yale University Dl\inity School (nonsecta- 
rian). 

Catholic University of America, School of 
Sacred Sciences (R. C). 

Howard University Theological Department 
(colored) (interdenominational). 

Washington Missionary CoUege, School of 
Theology (Seventh Day Advent.). 

St. Leo College and Abbey (R. C.) , 

Atlanta Theoloeical Seminary (Cong.) 

Emory University, Candler" School of The- 
ology (M. E. Church South). 

Gamnion Theological Seminary (colored) 
(M.E.). 

Morehouse College, Divinity School (colored) 
(Bapt.). 

Morris Brown University, Turner Theological 
Seminary (A. M. E.). 

School of Theology, Mercer University (Bap- 
tist). 

Aurora College Biblical Department (Advent 
Chris.). 

Bethany Bible School 

Chicago Theological Seminary (Cong.) 

Evangelical laitheran Theological Seminary. . . 

McCormick Theological Seminary, (Presb.) . . . 

University of Chicago Divinity School (Bapt.) 

Western Theological Seminaiy (P. E .) 

Garrett Biblical Institute (M.E.) 

Nonvegian-Danish Theological Seminary 
(M.E.). 

Swedish Theological Seminary (M.E.) 

Green\ille CoUege, Department of Theology 
(FreeMeth.). 

Evangelical Theological Seminary (Ev. Asso.) 

Augustana College and Theological Seminary 
(Ev. Luth.). 

Concordia Theological Seminary (Ev. Luth.). 

Union Christian CoUege Biblical Department 
(Chris.). 

St. Meinrad Seminary (R. C.) 

Reade Theological Seminary, Taylor Univer- 
sity (M.E.) . 

Drake University CoUege of the Bible (Chris.). 

Grand View CoUege Theological School 
(Luth.). 

Theological Seminary at Dubuque University 
(Presb.). 

Wartburg Theological Seminary (Ev. Luth.). 

St. Benedict's CoUege, School of Theology 
(R. C). 

Kansas City Baptist Theological Seminary. . . 

Kansas City University College of Theology 
(Meth. Prot.). 

McPherson CoUege Bible School (Breth.) 

Department of Theology, Kingswood College. . . 

College of the Bible (Disc.) 



Bernard Menges, D. D. 
Robert Ernest Brooks, D. D. 

James Hyslop, Ph. D. 

Paul H. Moore. B. D. 
Jo.seph A. Booker, D. D. 
Winand H. Aretz, S. T. D. 
A. H. HiU, D.D. 

Claiborne M. HiU, D.D. 
WilUam Frederick Bade, Ph.D. 
Earl Morse WUbur, D. D. 
Arthur Bradcn, Ph. D. 
John F. Fisher, D.D. 

Henry A. Ayrinhac, S. S. 
Warren Hall Landon, D. D. 
Dennison A. Russell, D. D. 
"William F. Nichols, D.D. 
Edwin W. Dunlavv, D.D. 
M. W. Jacobu.s, D.D. 

WiUiam Pahner Ladd, D.D. 
Charles Reynolds Brown, D.D. 

John A. Ryan, S. T.D. 

Davie Butler Pratt, D.D. 

M. L. Andreaslu, A. M. 

Charles H. Mohr, D. D. 
Frank R. Shipman, D.D. 
Franklin N. Parker, D.D. 

Philip M. Waiters, D. D. 



W. G. Alexander, D. D. 

C. D. McGinty, Th. D. 

OiTin R. Jenks, D.D. 

Albert C. Wieand, D. D. 
Ozora Stearns Davis, D. D. 
John E. Whitteker, D.D. 
James G. K. McChire, D.D. 
ShaUer Mathews, D.D. 
WiUiam C. De Vvitt, S. T. D. 
Frederick C. Eiselen, LL. D. 
Nels E. Simonsen, D. D. 

F. A. Lundl^erg, D.D. 

B. L. Olmstead, B. D. 

G. B. Kimmel, D.D. 
C.E.Lindborg, D.D. 

H. A. Klein. 

Charles B. Hershey, D.D. 

Albert IQeber. O. S. B. 
Newton Wray, D.D. 

Jesse C.CaldweU, B. D. 
Carl P. Hojbjerg. 

Daniel Grieder, D. D. 

M. Fritschel, D.D. 
Bonaventure Schwinn,0. S. B. 

Philip W. CranneU, D.D. 
Herbert T. Stephens, D. D. 

J. W. Deeter, B. D. 

C. G. Taylor, D. D. 



88 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1022-1923. 

VIII. — Presidents or Deans of Schools of Theology — Continued. 



Location. 



Louisvillp, Ky . 



Bo. 
Do. 



Bangor, Me 

Baliimoro, Md . . ., 
j;niinitsburg, .\ld. 

Wcsdninslcr, Md. 



Wooodslock, Md 

Boston, Mass 

Boston (Brighton), Mass 



Cambridge, Mass. 

Do 

Do 



Do. 



Newton Centre, Mass... 

Tufts CoDege, Mas.s 

Berrien Springs, Mich. . 

Grand Rapids, Mich. . . 

Hancock, Mich 

Holland, Mich 



Owosso, Mich 

Collegeville, Minn.. 

Faribault, Minn 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
St. Paul, Minn 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Columbia, Mo 

Canton. Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

Do 



Do 

Do 

Warrenton, Mo. 



Webster Groves, Mo. . . 

Blair, Nebr 

College View, Nebr 

Fremont, Nebr 



Oraaha, Nebr 

Bloomfleld, N.J 

Madi.son, N.J 

New Brunswick, N. J... 

Princeton, N. J 

South Orange, N. J 



Alfred, .N'. Y 

Auburn. N. Y 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

Buffalo, N.Y 

Do 

Canton, N. Y 



Esopns, N. Y 

Hamilton, N. Y.. 



Harlwick Seminary,N.Y, 
Houghton, N. Y 



New York, N. Y. 
Do 



Name of institution. 



Do. 
Do. 



Presbyterian Theological Seminary of Ken- 
tucky. 

Soulhern Baptist Theological Seminary 

Simmons Lniver.sity Theological Department 
(colored) (Bapt.). 

Bangor Theological Seminary (Cong.) 

St. .Mary's Seminary ( R. C.) 

Mount St. Mary College, Ecclesiastical Sem- 
inary (R. C). 

Wesl minster Theological Seminary (.Mclh. 
Prot.). 

Woodstock College ( R . C.) 

Boston I'niversily School of Theology (M. E.). 

St. John's Bo.itbn Ecclesiastical Seminary 
(R.C.). 

.\ndover Theological Seminary (Cong.) 

Episcopal Theological School 

Harvard University Divinity School (non- 
sect.), 

New-Church Theological School (Ch. of N. 
Jeru.). 

Newton Theological Institution (Bapt.) 

Tufts College, Crane Theological School (Univ.) 

Emmanuel Missionary College Theological 
School. 

Theological School and Calvin College (Chris. 
Ref. Ch.). 

Suonii College and Theological Seminary 
(Finnish Ev. Luth.). 

Western Theological Seminary (Ref, Ch, in 
.\mer.). 

Bible Holiness Seminary School of Theology. .. 

St. John's University and Abbey (R. C.) 

Seabury Divinity School (P. E.) 

Augsl)i'ng Seminary (Ev, Luth.) 

Bethel Theological'Seminary (Bapt.) 

Phalen Luther Seminary. . .". 

St . Paul Theological Seininary (R, C) 

Luther Theological Seminary 

Bible College of Missouri 

School of Religion in Culver-Stockton College. . 

Concordia Theological Seminary (Ev. Luth.).. . 

Eden Theological Seminary of the Evangelical 
Church of North America. 

St. Louis University School of Divinity (R . C). 

Xenia Theological SemJnary (U. Presb.) .. 

Central Wesleyan College German Theological 
Seminary (M. E.). 

Kenriek Theological Semimary (R. C.) 

Dana College, Trinity Seminary (Ev. Luth.).. 

Union College, School of Theology (7th D. A.) 

W'e.stern Theological Seminary of Ev. Luth. 
Church, Midland College. 

Presbyterian Theological Seminary 

Bloonifield Theological Seminary (Presb.) 

Drew Theological Seminary (M.E.) 

Theological Seminary (Ref. Ch. in Amer.) 

Princeton Theological Seminary (Presb.) 

Immaculate Conception Theological Seminary 
(R.C.). 

School of Religion at Alfred University (7th 
Day Bapt.). 

Auburn Theological Seminary (Presb.) 

St. John's College Diocesan "Theological Semi- 
nary (R. C). 

De Lancy Divinity School 

German Martin Luther Seminary 

Theological School of St. Lawrence University 
(Univ.) 

Moimt St. .\lphonsus Theological Seminary, 
(R.C.). 

Theological Seminary, Colgate University 
(nonscct.). 

Hartwick Seminary (Ev. I,uth.) 

Houghton Wesleyan Methodist Theological 
Seminary. 

The Bihlieal Seminary in New York 

General Theological Seminary of the Protest- 
ant Episcopal Church. 

Jewish Theological Seminary of America 



Union Theological Seminary (interdenomina- 
tional). 



President or dean. 



Charles R. Hemphill, D. D. 

Edgar Y. Mullins, D, D. 
M. B, Lanier, B. D.' 

Warren J. Moulton, D. D. 
Edward R, Dyer, D. D. 
John J. Tierney, D. D. 

Hugh Latimer Elderdice, D. D. 

Edward C. PhilUps, S. J. 
James A. Bebee, D. D. 
John B. Peterson, Ph. D. 



Henry B. AVashburn, D, D. 
Willard L. Sperry, D. D. 

William L. Worcester, A. B. 

George Edwin Horr, D. D. 
Lee S. McCollester, S. T. D. 
T. M, French, B, Th. 

J. J. Hiemenga, B, D: 

Rafael Hartman, A. M. 

E. J, Blekkink, D. D. 

C. G. Taylor, 

Basil Stegraann, D. D. 
Frank A. McElwain, D. D. 
George Sverdrup, M. A, 
Arvid Gordjh, Th. D, 
H. Ernst, D. D. 
Francis J. Schacfer, D. D. 
Marcus Olaus Bockman, D. D. 
Granville D. Edwards, A. M. 
Henry B. Robison, Ph. D. 
John'H. C. Fritz. 
S. D. Press. 

Bernard J. Otting, S. J. 
Melvin G. Kyle, D. D. 
E. S. Havighurst, D. D. 

M. S. Ryan, D. D, 
P. S. Vig, D. D, 
Jacob N. Anderson, B. D. 
Holmes Dysinger, D. D. 

D. E. Jenkins, D. D. 
Henry J. Weber, D. D. 
Ezra Squier Tipple, D. D. 
John H Raven, D. D. 

J. Ross Stevenson, D. D, 
Thomas H. McLaughlin, S. T. 

D. 
Arthur E. Main, D. D. 

George B. Stewart, D. D. 
Charles J. Gorman, C, M, 

G. S. Burrows, D. D. 

Rudolph Grabau. 

John Murray .\twood, D. D. 

Florlan J, Reichert, C. SS. R. 

John F, Vichert, D. D, 

A. E. Deitz, D. D, 
James S. L'uckey. 

Wilbert W. White, D. D. 
Hughell E. W.Fosbroke, D.D. 

Cyrus AdIer, Ph. D., acting 

president. 
Arthur C. McGillert, D. D. 



PRESIDENTS OR DEANS OF THEOLOGY. 89 

VIII. — Presidents or Deans of Schools of Theology — Continued. 



Location. 



Niagara University, N.Y, 

North Chili, N.Y 

liochester, N.Y 

Do 

St. Bonaventure, N. Y. . 
Yonkers, N. Y 



Ayden, N. C 

Belmont, N. C 

Charlotte, N.C.... 



Raleigh, N.C.. 
Salisbury, N. C. 
Ashland, Ohio. 
Berea, Ohio 



BlufTton, Ohio 

Carthagena, Ohio 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Do 

Cincinnati (Mt. Wash- 
ington Station, 1). 

Cleveland, Oliio 

Columbus, Ohio 



Dayton, Ohio. 
Do 



Findlay, Ohio. 



Gambier, Ohio. 
Oberlin, Ohio.. 



Springfield, Ohio.. 

Wilberforce, Ohio . 

East Enid, Okla.. 

Eugene, Oreg 

Salem, Oreg 

Beatty, Pa 

Bethlehem, Pa 

Bryn Athyn, Pa. . 



Chester, Pa 

Gettysburg, Pa . 



Name of institution. 



President or dean. 



Huntingdon, Pa 

Lancaster, Pa 

Lincoln University, Pa. 



Loretio, Pa. . .. 
Meadville, Pa.. 
Overbrook, Pa. 



Philadelphia (Mount 

Airy), Pa. 
Pliiladelphia, Pa 



Philadelphia (German- 
town), Pa 

Philadelphia, Pa 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Do 

Do 

SeliDsgrove, Pa. 



Villanova, Pa.. 
Columbia, S. C. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Niagara University Seminary of Our Lady of 
Angels (R. C). 

A. M. Chesbrough Seminary (Free Meth.) 

Rochester Theological Seminary (Bapt.) 

St. Bernard's Theological Seminary (R. C.) . . . 

St. Bonavcnture Seminary and College (R.C.). 

St. Joseph's Seminary, Cathedral College (R. 
C). 

Ayden Seminary (Free Will Bapt.) 

Belmont Abbey Seminary (R. C.) 

Johnson C. Smith University School of Theol- 
ogy (colored) (Presb.). 

Shaw University Theological School (colored) 
(Bapt.). 

Hood Theological Seminary of Livingstone 
College (A.M. E.Z.). 

Ashland College, Theological Seminary (Breth- 
ren). 

Baldwin-Wallace College, Nast Theological 
Seminary (M. E.). 

Menonite Seminary, BlufTton College 

St. Charles Theological Seminary (R. C.) 

Hebrew Union College 

Lane Theological Seminary (Presb.) 

Mount St. Mary s Seminary of the West (R. C). 

St. Mary's Theological Seminary (R. C.) 

Evangelical Lutheran Theological Seminary, 

Capital University. 
Bonebiake Theological Seminary (U. Breth.). 
Central Theological Seminary of the Reformed 

Church in the United States. 
Findlay College. Department of Theology 

(Church of God). 

Kenyon College Divinity School (P. E.) ... 

Graduate School of Theology of Oberlin College 

fnonsect.). 
Wittenberg College, Hamma Divinity School 

(Ev. Luth.). 
Wilberforce University, Payne Theological 

Seminary (A. M. E.). 

Phillips University 

Eugene Bible University (Chris, or Disc.) 

Kimball School of Theology 

St. Vincent's Seminary (R. C.) 

Moravian College Theological Seminary 

The Academy of the New Church, Theological 

Seminary ("Ch. of N. Jeru.). 

Crozer The'ological Seminary (Bapt.) 

Theological Seminary of the General Synod of 

Ev. Luth. Church in the United States. 
Juniata College, School of Theologj' (Ch. of the 

Breth.). 
Theological Seminary of the Reformed Church 

in the United States. 
Lincoln University Theological Department 

(Presb.) (colored). 

St. Francis College and Seminary (R. C.) 

MeadvUle Theological School (Unita.) 

St. Charles Borromeo Seminary (R.C.) 

Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia 

Divinity School of the Protestant Episcopal 

Church. 
St. Vincent Seminary (R.C.) 

Temple University, School of Theology (Non- 
sect.). 

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (United 
Presb.) 

Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary. 

AVestern Theological Seminary (Presb.) 

Susquehanna Universitv School of Theology 
(Ev. Luth.). 

Augustinian Monastery of St. Thomas of Villa- 
nova (R. C). 

AUcn University, Dickerson Theological Sem- 
inary (A. M. E.). 

Benedict College, Theological School (Bapt.).. . 

Columl)ia Theological Seminary (Presb.) 

Southern Lutheran Theological Seminary 



Francis J. Dodd, C. M. 

W. R. Reynolds, principal. 
J. W.A.Stewart, LL. D. 
H. B. Meehan. 
Benvenutns Ryan, O. F. M, 
John P. Chidw'ick, D. D. 

J. E. Sawver, A. B. 

Leo Haid, D. D. 

H. L. McCrorey, D. D. 

Albert W. Pegues, Ph. D. 

J. Francis Lee, D. D. 

J. H. Miller, A. B. 

Frederic Cramer, D. D. 

P. E. Whitmer, B. D. 
Boniface Russ, C. PP. S. 
Kaufmann Kohler, Ph. D. 
William McKibbin, D. D. 
Francis J. Beekman, S. T. D. 

James A. McFadden, D. D, 
R. C. H. Lenski, D. D. 

A. T. Howard, D. D. 
Henry J. Christman, D. D. 

Charles T. Fox, Ph. D. 

Samuel A. B. Mercer, D. D. 
Edward I. Bosworth, D. D. 

V. G. A. Tressler, Ph. D. 

George F. Woodson, D. D. 

F. H. Marshall, Ph. D. 
Eugene C. Sanderson, D. D, 
Eugene C. Hickman, D. D. 
Ambrose ICohlbeck. D. D. 
J. Taylor Hamilton', D. D. 
Alfred Acton. 

Milton G. Evans, D. D. 
J. A. Singmaster, D. D. 

Tobias T. Myers, D. D. 

Irwin H. De Long. 

Robert M. Labaree, D. D. 

Damien J. Segour, S. T. L. 
Franklin C. Southworth, D. D. 
Edmond J. Fitz Maurice,.D. D 

rector. 
Henry Eyster Jacobs, D. D. 

George G. Bartlett, S. T. D. 

Martin J. B. Coke, C. M., rector. 

Walters. Shimiway, D. D. 

John McNaugher, D. D. 

Richard Cameron Wylie, D. D. 
James A. ICelso, D. D. 
Franklin P. Manhart, D. D. 

Josejjh A . Hickey, O. S. A. 

I. H. Alston, B.D. 

T. O. Brownson, D. D. 
John M. Wells, D. D. 
Andrew G. Voight, D. D. 



90 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

VIII. — Presidents or Deans op Schools of Theology — Continued. 



Location. 



Due West, S. C. 
Jackson, Tenn. . 



Name of institution. 



Kimberlin 

Teun. 
Knoxvillo, Tenn 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Sewanee, Tenn.. 



Heights, 



Abilene, Tex 

Austin. Tex 

Dallas. Tex 

Fort Worth, Tex. 
Do 



Marshall, Tex. 
Seguin, Tex. . . 
Waco, Tex.... 



Bridgewater, V'a. 
LjTifhburg, Va. . 



Petersburg, Va. 

Riclimond, Va.. 

Do 



Theological Seminary, 
Va. 

Spokane, Wash 

Bethany, W. \a 

Mount Calx-ary, Wis 

Nashotah, Wis , 

Oconomowoc, Wis 



Plymouth, Wis. . 
St! Francis, Wis. 



Wauwatosa, Wis. 



Erskine Theological Seminary ( A. R. Presb.).. . 
Lane College Theological School (colored) 

(M. E.). 
Johnson Bible College 

Knoxville College Theological School (colored) 
(Un. Presb.). 

Vanderbilt University School of Religion (non- 
sectarian). 

University of the South Theological Depart- 
ment (P. E.). 

AbOeno Christian CoUege, College of the Bible.. 

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary 

School of Theology, Southern Methodist L^ni- 
versity. 

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary . . . 

Brite College of the Bible, Texas Christian Uni- 
versity. 

Bishop CoUege Theological Department (col- 
oreii) (Bapt.>. 

Guadalupe College, Department of Theology 
(colored) (Bapt.). 

Paul Quinn CoUege, Department of Theology 
(A. M. A.). 

Bridgewater CoUege Bible Department (Breth.) 

Virginia Theological Seminary and College 
(Bapt.). 

Bishop Payne Divinity School (P. E.) 

Union Theological Seminary (Presb.) 

Virginia Union University Theological Depart- 
ment (colored) (Bapt.)." 

Theological Seminary of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Church in \'irginia. 

Mount St. Micliael's Divinity School (R. C). 

Bethanv College, School of ReUgion (Disc.) 

St. Lawrence College (R. C.) 

Nashotah House (Episcopal) 

CoUege of the Immaculate Conception Theo- 
logical School (R. C). 

The Mission House of the Reformed Church . . . . 

Provincial Seminary of St. Francis de Sales 
(R.C.). 

Evangelical Lutheran Theological Seminary. . . 



President or dean. 



F. Y. Pre.ssly, D. D. 
W. H. Mellon, Ph. D. 

Thomas H. Johnson, A. M. 

J. KeUy Oiffin, D. D. 

O. E. Brown, D. D. 

Charles L. WeUs, D. D. 

George A. Klingman, Ph. D. 
Thomas W. Currie, D. D. 
PaneB. Kern, D. D. 

Lee R. Scarborough, D. D. 
Colby D. HaU, A. M. 

George G. Whipple, D. D. 

J. G. Gathings, Th. B. 

Isaac M. Burgan, D. D. 

WilMam T. Sanger, Ph. D. 
J. E. Briggs, D. D. 

C. B. Bryan. D. D. 
Walter W. Moore, D. D. 
WiiUam J. Clark, B.D., presi- 
dent. 
Berryman Green, D. D. 

WiUiam J. Benn, S. J., 
Clovd Goodnight, A. M. 
Benedict Mueller, O. M. C. 
Benj. F. P. Ivins, D. D. 
Thomas P. Brown, C. SS. R., 

FGct or . 
A. E. Dahlmann, D. D. 
Joseph Rainer, V. G. 

John P. Koehler. 



IX. — Presidents or Deans op Schools op Law. 



Location. 



Name of institution. 



President or dean. 



University, Ala 

Tucson, --iriz 

Lit tic Rock, Ark 

Berkeley, Calif 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Do 

San Francisco, Calif — 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Santa Clara, CaUf 

Stanford University, 
Calif. 

Boulder, Colo 

Denver, Colo 

Do 

New Haven, Conn 

Washington, D. C 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Deland, Fia 

GainesviUe, Fla 

Athens, Ga 



University of Alabama, Law Department. . . 

University of Arizona, School of Law 

Arkansas "Law School 

University of CaUfomia School of Jurisprudence 

University of Southern California, CoUege of 
Law. 

Southwestern University, School of Law 

Ha^stings CoUege of Law, University of Cali- 
fomia. 

Law Department of St. Ignatius University. . . 

San Francisco Law School 

San Francisco Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion Law School. 

Uni'.-ersity of Santa Clara Institute of Law 

Leland Stanford J unior University, Law School . 

Universitj' of Colorado, School of Law 

University of Denver Law School 

Westminster Law School 

Yale University School of Law 

Catholic University of America, School of Law. 

Georgetown University School of Law 

George Washington University Law School. . . 
Howard University School of Law (colored)... 

National Uni versitj' Law School 

Washington CoUege of Law 

John B. Stetson University, CoUege of Law. . . 

University of Florida, CoUege of Law 

University of Georgia, Law Department 



Albert J. Farrah, LL. B. 
Samuel F. Fegtiy, LL. B. 
John H. Carmichael, LL. B. 
WiUiam Carev Jones, M. A. 
Frank M. Porter, LL. D. 

RoUin L. McNitt, LL. B. 
Maurice E. Harrison, J. D. 

Matt. I. SuUivan, LL. D. 
James A. BaUentine, A. B. 
J. E. ^Vhite, LL. B. 

Clarence C. CooUdge, J. D. 
M. R. Kirkwood, J. D., acting 

John D. Fleming, LL. D. 
George C. Manly, LL. B. 

Thomas Walter Swan, LL. B. 
Peter J. McLaughlin, J. D. 
George E. Hamilton, LL. D. 
Merton LcRov Person, LL. B. 
Fenton W. B'ooth, LL. B. 
Charles F. Carusi, LL. D. 
Ernma M. GUlett, LL. M. 
Richard A. Rasco, LL. B. 
Harry K. Trasler, LL. B. 
Sylvanus Morris, LL. D. 



PRESIDENTS OB DEANS OF LAW SCHOOLS. 91 

IX. — Presidents or Deans op Schools op Law— CoDtiniied. 



Location. 



Atlanta, Ga 

Do 

Macon, Ga 

Moscow, Idaho 

Bloomington, 111... 

Chicago, 111 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Urbana, III 

Bloomington, Ind. . 
Indianapolis, Ind. . 

Do 

Notre Dame, Ind . . 

Valparaiso, Ind 

Des Moines, Iowa. . 
Iowa City, Iowa . . . 
Lawrence, Kaus. . . 

Topeka, Kans 

Lexington, Ky 

Louisville, Kj' 

Do 

Do 

Baton Rouge, La.. 
New Orleans, La. . . 

Do 

Baltimore, Md 

Boston, Mass 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Cambridge, Mass. . . 
Ann Arbor, Mich. . 
Detroit, Mich 

Detroit, Mich 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Do 

St. laul, Minn 

University, Miss.. . 

Columbia, Mo 

Kansas City, Mo . . . 
St. Loiys, Mo 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Missoula, Mont 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Omaha, Nebr 

Do 

Newark, N. J 

Albany, N.Y 

Brooklyn, N.Y.... 

Bufialo, N. Y 

Ithaca, N. Y 

New York, N. Y... 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Chapel Hill, N.C.. 

Durham, N.C 

Wake Forest, N.C. 
Uni\ersity, N. Dak 

Ada, Ohio 

Cincinnati, Ohio. . . 

Dn 

Do 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Do 

Columbus, Ohio 



Name of institution. 



Atlanta Law School 

Emory University, Lamar School of Law 

Mercer LTniversity Law School 

University of Idaho, College of Law 

Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington 

Law School. 

Chicago Law School 

Chicago-Kent College of Law 

De Paul University Law School 

John Marshall Law School 

Loyola LTniversity College of Law 

Northwestern University Law School 

University of Chicago Law School 

University of Illinois, College of Law 

Indiana University, School of Law 

Benjamin Harrison Law School 

Indiana Law School, University of ludianapo- 

Us. 
University of Notre Dame, College of Law .... 

Valparaiso University Law School 

Drake University College of Law 

State University of Iowa, College of Law 

University of Kansas Law School 

Washburn College School of Law 

University of Kentucky, College of Law 

Jefferson School of Law 

Simmons University Central Law School (col- 
ored). 

University of Louisville, Law Department 

Louisiana" State University, Law Department. 

Loj'ola University Law School 

Tulane University of Louisiana, College of Law 

University of Maryland Law School 

Boston LTniversity School of Law 

Portia Law School 

Suffolk Law School 

Northeastern University, School of Law 

Harvard University Law School 

University of Michigan Law School 

Detroit College of Law (conducted by Detroit 

Young Men's Christian Association). 

University of Detroit Law School 

University of Minnesota Law School 

Minnesota College of Law (Inc) 

St. Paul College of Law 

University of 'Nfississippl School of Law 

University of Missouri School of Law 

Kansas City School of Law 

Benton College of Law 

City College of Law and Finance 

St. Louis University Institute of Law 

Washington University, St. Louis Law School. 
State University of Montana College of Law. . . 

University of Nebraska College of Law 

Creighton University, Creighton College of 

Law. 
University of Omaha, Omaha School of Law. . 

New Jersey Law School 

Union University, Albany Law School 

St. Lawrence University, Brooklyn Law 

School. 

University of Buffalo, Buffalo Law School 

Cornell University College of Law 

Columbia University School of Law 

Fordham University School of Law 

New York Law School 

New York University Law School 

Syracuse University College of I^aw 

University of North Carolina School of Law.. . 

Trinity College Law School 

Wake Forest College Law School 

University of North Dakota School of Law 

Ohio Northern University, College of Law 

St. Xavier College of Law 

Universitj' of Cincinnati, College of Law 

'b'oimg Men's Christian Association Night Law 

School. 
Baldwin-WaUace College, Cleveland Law 

School. 
Western Reserve LTniversity, Franklin T. 

Backus Law School. 
Ohio State University College of Law 



President or dean. 



Hamilton Douglas, LL. B. 
Samuel C. Williams, LL. D. 
William H. Felton, B. L. 
O. P. Cockerill, LL. B. 
Charles L. Capen, A. M. 

Howard Henderson, LL. D. 
V.ebster H. Burke, LL. M. 
Francis X. Busch, LL. D. 
Edward T. Lee, LL. B. 
Arnold D. McMahon, LL. B. 
John H. Wigmore, LL. D. 
James Parker HaU, LL. B. 
Albert J. Harno. LL. B. 
Charles M. Hepburn, LL. D. 
W. R. Forney. LL. B. 
James A. Rohbach, LL. D. 

Francis J. Vurpillat, LL. M. 
M. J. Bowman, LL. D. 
Charles J. HiLkey, J. D. 
Henry C. Jones, LL. B. 
Herschel W. Arent, LL. B. 
Henry K. AUen. LL. B. 
William T. Laffertv, A. M. 
Thomas R. Gordon. 
C. H. Parrish, LL. D. 

C. B. Seymour, LL. B. 
Robert L. Tullis. LL. B. 
Michael Kennv, S. J. 
Rufus E. Foster, LL. B. 
Henry D. Harlan, LL. B. 
Homer Albers, LL. B. 
Arthm- W. MacLean, J. M. 
Gleason L. Archer, LL. B. 
Everett Avery Churchill, .\. B, 
Roscoe Pound, LL. D. 
Henry M. Bates, LL. B. 
William Krichbaum, LL. B. 

P. J. M. Hally, LL. D. 
Everett Eraser, LL. B. 
George T. .Simpson, B. L. 
Oscar Haliam. T.L. B. 
T. C. Kimbrough, i^L. B. 
J. P. McB3ine,'LL. B.. 
Edward D. Ellison, LL. B. 
George L. Corlis. LL. B. 
Eustace C. Wheeler, LL. B. 
Alphonse G. Eberle, LL. B. 
Richard L. Goode, LL. D. 
C. W. Leaphart, LL. B. 
Warren A. Seavey, LL. B. 
Louis J. TePoel, LL. B. 

Alexander C. Troup, LL. B. 
Ricliard D. Currier, LL. B. 
J. Newton Fiero, LL. D. 
William P. Richardson, LL.D. 

Carlos C. Alden, J. D. 
George G. Bogert, LL. B. 
Harlan F. Stone, LL. D. 
Francis P. Garvan, LL. D. 
George Chase, LL. B. 
Frank H. Sommer, LL. D. 
Frank R. Walker, D. C. L. 
Lucius Polk McGehoe, A. B. 
Samuel Fox Mordecail, LI>. D. 
Needham Y. Gulley, LL. D. 
Hugh E. Willis, LL. M. 
Wm. P. Henderson. 
E. P. Moulinier, LL. B. 
Alfred B. Benedict, LL. B. 
Gilbert Bettman, LL. B. 

Willis Viekery, LL. D. 

Walter T. Dunmore, LL. B. 

John Jay Adams. LL. D. 



92 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1022-1923. 

IX. — Presidents or Deans of Schools of Law — Continued. 



Location. 



Pavfon. Ohio 

Toledo, Ohio 

Do 

Norman, Okla 

Eiigcno. Orcg 

Salem, Orcg 

Carlisle, Pa 

rhiladclphia, Pa 

Do 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Do 

Manila, P. T 

Rio rifdras, P. K.... 

Columbia, S. C 

Greenville, S. C 

Vermilion, S. Dak 

Chattanooga, Tenn.. . 

Knoxville, Tenn 

I^banon, Tenn 

Nashville, Tenn 

Austin, Tex 

Waco, Tex 

Salt Lake City, Utah 
Charlottes\iire, Va . . . 
Lexingt on, Va 

Richmond, Va 

Williamsburg, Va 

Seattle, Wash 

Spokane, Wash 

Morgantown, W. Va. 

Madison, Wis 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Laramie, Wyo 



Name of institution. 



University of Dayton College of Law 

St. Jolm's University College of Law 

Toledo University College of Law 

University of Oklahoma School of Law 

Law School, University of Oregon 

Willamette University College of Law 

Dickinson School of Law 

Temple University School of Law 

University of Pennsylvania Law School 

Duquesne" University School of Law 

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Law 

School. 
University of the Philippines. College of Law. 

University of Porto Rico College of Law 

University of South Carolina Law School 

Furman University, Department of Law 

University of South Dakota College of Law. .. 

Chattanooga College of Law 

University of Tennessee College of Law 

Cimiberland University Law School 

Vanderbilt University Law School 

University of Texas School of Law 

Baylor University, Department of I^aw 

University of Utah School of Law 

University of Virginia, Department of Law . . 
Washington and Lee University School 

of Law. 
Richmond University School of Law 

College of William and Mary, School of Law.. 

University of Washington Law School 

Gonzaga University, Department of Law 

West Virginia University College of Law 

University of Wisconsin Law School 

Marquette University College of Law 

University of Wyoming Law School 



President or dean. 



John C. Shea, LL. D. 
John P. Manton. 
Aaron B. Cohn, LL. B. 
Julian C. Monnet, LL. B. 
William G. Hale, LL. B. 
I. H. Van Winkle, LL. B. 
William Trlckett, LL. D. 
Francis Chapman, LL. B. 
William E. Mikell, D. C. L. 
Joseph M. Swearingen, LL. D. 
A. M. Thompson, LL. M. 

Jorge Bocobo, LL. B. 
Rafael M. Alvarez, LL. M. 
J. Nelson Frierson, LL. B. 
John W. Hicks, J. D. 
Marshall McKusick, LL. B. 
W. B. Swaney, LL. M. 
Malcolm McDermott, LL. B. 
Edward Ewing Beard, LL. B. 
John Bell Keeble, LL. B. 
John Charles Townes, LL. D. 
Allen G. Flower, A. M. 
William H. Leary, J. D. 
William Minor Lile, LL. D. 
Joseph R. Long, LL,. D. 

James H. Barnett, jr., LL. B., 

secretary. 
Oscar L. Shewmake, LL. B. 
John T. Condon, LL. M. 
Edward J. Cannon, LL. D. 
Joseph W. Madden, J. D. 
Harry Sanger Richards, LL.D. 
Max "Schoetz, LL. B. 
E. F. Aibertsworth, LL. D. 



X. — Presidents or Deans of Schools of Medicine. 



Location. 



Universitv, Ala 

Little Roc:k, Ark 

Loma Linda and Los 

Angeles, Calif. 
San Francisco, Calif 



Name of institution. 



University of Alabama, School of ^f edicine. . . 
L^niversity of Arkansas, School of Medicine... 
College of Medical Evangelists 



Do 

Boulder and Denver, 
Colo. 

New Haven, Conn 

Wasliington, D. C 

Do 

Do 

Atlanta, Ga 

Augusta, Ga 

Chicago, 111 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Bloomington and In- '■ 
dianapolis, Ind. ; 

Iowa City. Iowa ' 

Rasedaleand Lawrence, j 
Kans. j 

Louisville, Ky i 

New Orleans, La ' 



Baltimore, Md. 
Do 



Leland Stanford Junior University School of 
Medicine. 

University of California, Medical School 

University of Colorado, School of Medicine 

Yale University School of Medicine 

George Washington University,Medical School. 

GeorgetowTi University, School of Medicine 

Howard University, Medical College (colored). 

School of Medicine, Emory University 

Medical Department, University of Georgia... 

Loyola University, School of Medicine 

Chicago Medical School 

General Medical College of Chicago 

Northwestern University, Medical School 

Rush Medical College, L-niversity of Chicago.. 

University of Illinois, College of Medicine 

Indiana Lniver.sity School of Medicine 



State University of Iowa, College of Medicine. 
University of Kansas, School of Medicine 



University of Louisville, Medical Department. 

Tulane University of Louisiana, School of 
Medicine. 

Johns Hopkins University, Medical Depart- 
ment. 

University of Marj'land, School of Medicine 
and College of Physicians and Surgeons. 



President or dean. 



Clyde Brooks, M. D. 
Morgan Smith, M. D. 
Newton Evans, M. D. 

William Ophuls, M. D. 



Charles N. Meader, M. D. 

Milton C. Wlnternitz, M. D. 
William C. Borden, M. D. 
George M. Kober, M. D. 
Edward A. Balloch, M. D. 
W. S. Elkins, M. D. 
WUliamH. Doughty, jr., M. D. 
Louis D. Moorhead, M. D. 
W. A. N. Dorland, M. D. 
John C. Blake, Ph. D. 
Arthur Isaac KendaU, M. D. 
John Milton Dodson, M. D. 
Albert C. Eycleshymer, M. D. 
Charles P. Emerson, M. D. 

Lee W. Dean, M. D. 
Merwin T. Sudler, M. D. 

Henry Enos Tuley, M. D. 
C. C. Ba.ss, M. D. 

J. Whitridge Williams, M. D. 

J. M. H. Rowland, M. D. 



TKESIDENTS OR DEANS OF MEDICAL SCHOOLS. 93- 

Presidents or Deans of Schools op Medicine — Continued. 



Location. 



Boston, Mass 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Cambridge, Mass 

Ann Arbor, Mich 

I)etroit, Mich 

Minneapolis, Minn 

University, Miss 

Columbia, Mo 

Ka:isas Cit V, Mo 

Do....". 



St. Louis, Mo 

Do 

Do 

Lincoln and Omaha, 
Nebr. 

Omaha, Nebr 

Hanover, N. H 

Albany, N.Y 

Brooldvn. N. Y 

Buffalo", l<r. Y 



New York, N. Y. 



New York and Ithaca, 

N. Y. 
New York, N.Y 



Do. 



Syracuse, N. Y 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 



Wake Forest, N. C 

University, N. Dak 



Name of institution. 



President or dean. 



College of Physicians and Surgeons 

Harvard University, Medical School 

Tufts College, Medical School 

Boston University, School of Medicine 

Middlesex College of Medicine and Surgery 

Universiiy of Michigan. Medical School 

Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery 

Cfniversity of Minnesota, Medical School 

University of Mississippi, School of Medicine. . 

University of Missouri, School of Medicine 

Kansas City College of Medicine and Surgery. . 
Kansas City University of Physicians and 

Surgeons. 
St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons.. 

St. Louis University, School of Medicine 

Washington University, Medical School 

University of Nebraska, College of Medicine. . . 

Creighton University, College of Medicine 

Dartmouth Medical School 

Albany Medical College, Union University 

Long Island College Hospital .' 

University of Buffalo, Medical Department... 

Columbia University College of Physicians and 

Surgeons. 
Cornell University, Medical College 



Cincinnati, Ohio 

Do 

Cleveland, Ohio 



Columbus, Ohio 

Norman and Oklahoma 
City, Okla. 

i ortland, Oreg 

Philadelphia, Pa 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Do 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Manila, P. I 



Charleston, S. C... 
Vermilion, S. Dak. 



Memphis, Tenn. 
Do 



Nash viUe, Tenn 

Do 

Dallas, Te.x 

Gaheston, Tex 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

BurUiigton, V t 

Charlottesville, Va 

Richmond, Va 

Morgantown, W. Va 

Madison, Wis 

Mil v.aukee. Wis 



University and BeOevue Hospital Medical 
College. 

New York Homeopathic Medical College and 
Flower Hospital. 

Syracuse University, College of Medicine 

University of North CaroUna, School of Med- 
icine. 

Wake Forest College, School of Medicine 

University of North Dakota, School of Med- 
icine. * 

University of Cincinnati, CoUege of Medicine. . 

Eclectic Medical College 

Western Reserve University, School of Med- 
icine. 

Ohio State University, College of Medicine 

University of Oklahoma, School of Medicine.. . 

University of Oregon, Medical School 

Hahnemann Medical CoUege and Hospital of 
Philadelphia. 

Jefierson Medical College 

Temple University, School of Medicine 

Medical School of the University of Pennsyl- 
\ania. 

Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania 

University of Pittsburgh, School o/^Medicine. . 

University of the PhiUppines, College of Medi- 
cine and Surgery. 

Medical College of "the State of South CaroUna. . 

University of South Dakota, College of Medi- 
cine. 

LTniversity of Tennessee, College of Medicine. . 

University of Western Tennessee Medical De- 
partment (colored). 

Vanderbilt, School of Medicine University, 

Meharry Medical College (colored) 

Baylor University, College of Medicine 

University of Te.xas, School of Medicine 

University of Utah, School of Ivledicine 

University of Vermont, CoUege of Medicine 

University of Virginia, Medical Department... 

Medical College of Virginia 

West Virginia University, School of Medicine. 

University of Wisconsin, Medical School 

Marquette University, School of Medicine 



Carolus M. Cobb, M. D. 
David Linn F.dsall, M. D. 
Stephen Rushmore, M . D. 
John P. Sutherland. M. D. 
Roger S. York. M, D, 
Hugh Cabot, M. D. 
W. H. MacCraken, M. D. 
E. P. Lyon, M. D. 
WaUer S. Leathers, M. D. 
Guy L. Noyes, M. D. 

A. L. McKenzie, M. D. 

Waldo Briggs, M. D. 
Hanau W. Loeb, M. D. 
Nathaniel Allison, M. I). 
Irving S. Cutter, M, D. 

Herman von W. Schiilte, M. D. 
JohnM. Gile, M D. 
Thomas Ordway, M. D. 
AdamM. Miller, A. M 
C. Sumner Jones, M. D. 

WilUam Darrach, ^f, D. 

W'alter L. Niles, .\I. D. 

Samuel A. Brown, M. D. 

Israel S. Kleiner, Ph. D. 

Herman G. Weiskotten, M. D. 
Isaac H, Manning, M. D. 

Thurman D. Kitchin, M. D. 
Harley E, French, M. D. 

Henry Page, M. D. 
Rolla L. Thomas, M. D. 
Carl A. Hamann, M. D. 

E. F. McCampbeU, M. D. 
Le Roy Long, M. D. 

Richard B. DiUehunt, M. D. 
W. A. Pearson, M. D. 

Ross V. Patterson, M. D. 
Frank C. Hammond, M. D. 
WiUiam Pepper, M. D. 

Martha Tracy, M. D. 
Raleigh R. Huggins, M. D. 
Fernando Calderon, M. D. 

Robert Wilson, jr., M. D. 
Christian P. Lommen, B. S. 

James C. McElrov, M. D. 
M. V. L3Tiks, M."D. 

L. E. Burch, M. D., acting. 
John J. MuUo .vney, M. D. 
Walter H. Moursund, M. D. 
William KeiUer, F. R. C. S. 
Perry G, Snow, M. D. 
Harry C. Tinkliam, M. D. 
Theodore Hough, Ph. D. 
Manfred Call, M.D. 
John N. Simpson, M. D. 
Charles R. Bardeen, M. D. 
Louis F. Jermain, M.D. 



26714°— 23- 



94 



XI- 



EDUCATIOITAL DIRECTORY, 1!)22-1923. 
-Presidents or Deans of Schools op Dentistry. 



Location. 



Los Angeles, Calif... 
San I-Vaiieisco, Calif. 

Do 

Denver, Colo 



Washington, D. C. 
Do 



.\tlanta, (Ja. 
Chi(>:ico, 111.. 

Do. 

Do 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
Iowa City, Iowa... 
Louisville, Ky . . .. 
New Orleans, La. . 
Do 



Baltimore, Md 

Do 

Boston, Mass 

Do 

Ann Arbor, .vfich... 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Kansas City, .Mo... 
St. Louis, Mo 

Do 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Omuha, Ncbr 

Btiflalo, K. Y 

New York, N. Y... 

Do 

Do. 

Cincinnati, Ohio. . . 

Do 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbus, Ohio 

Portl:ind, Oreg 

Pliiladelphia, Fa... 

Do 



Pittsburgh. Pa... 
Mein))bis, Tenn.. 
Na.shville, Tenn.. 

Do 

Dallas, Tex 

Ilouston, Tex 

Richmond, Va... 
Milwaukee, Wis.. 



Name of institution. 



■University of Southern California, College of 

Dentifitry. 
CoUepv of Physicians and Surgeons (Dental in- 

stiiution). " 
•IJnivorsitv of California, College of Dentistry.. 
Colorado College of Dental Surgery, University 

of Denver. 
<!eorgexov.-n University, Dental Department. . 
Howard University Dental College (colored)... 

AtlBnta-Sotithern Dental College 

Chicago College of Dental Surgery 

Northwestern Universil y, l^entai School 

Univor.sily of Illinois, College of Dentistry 



Indiana Dental College 

S(;ate U'niveLsHy of Iowa, College of Dentistry. 

Univcrsily of Louisville, College of Dentistry. . 

Lovola School of Dentistry, Loyola University. 

Tiilane University flf Louisiana, School of Den- 
tistry. 

Baltiniore College of Dental Surgery 

University of Maryland, Dental Department.. 

Harvard U nivcrsity. Dental School . . ." 

Tufts College, Dental School 

University of Michigan, College of Dental Sur- 
gery. 

UniAorsity of Minnesota, College of Dentistry. 

Kansas Citv- Western Dental College 

St. Louis I^niversity, School of Dentistry 

Washington University, School of Dentistry... 

University of Nebraska, College of Dentistry. . 

Creighton" University, College'of Dentisti-y 

Universit V of Buffalo, College of Dentistry 

College of Dental and Oral Surgery of New York 

Columbia University, Dental School 

Nev/ York College of Dentistry 

Cincinnati College of Dental Surgery ^.... 

Ohio College of Dental Surgery. 

Western Reserve University, Dental School. . . 

Ohio State University, College of Dentistry 

North Pacific College of Dent istry 

Temple University, School of Dentistry 

Thomas W. Evans .Museum and Dental Insti- 
tute School of Dentistry, University of Penn- 
sylvania. 

University of Pittsburgh, School of Dentistry . 

College of Denti-stry, University of Temiessee.. 

Vanderbilt Universiiy, DeutalDepartment . . . 

Meharry Dental College (colored) 

College of Dentistry. I5aylor University 

Texas Dental Colle"ge. . . ". 

School of Dentistry, Medical College of Virginia. 

Marquette UniA'ersJty, Dental Department 



iPresident or dean. 



Lewis E. Ford, D. D. S. 

Charles Boxton, D. D. S. 

Guy S. MJllberry, D. D. S. 
Manfred S. Praser, D. D. S. 

W. B. Hoofaagle, D. D. S. 
Andrew J. Brown, D. D. S., 

vice dcau. 
Thos. P. Hinman. D. D. S. 
Wm. li. G. .Logan, M. D. 
.Arthur -D. Black, D. D. S. 
Frederick B. Moorchead, D. 

D.S. 
Frederic R. Hensha-w, D.D.S. 
Frank T. Breenc, D. D. S. 
Henrv B. Tileston, D. D. S. 
C. V. Vigncs, D. D. S. 
A. A. Leefe, D. D. S., acting. 

W. Ct. Foster, D. D.S. 
Timonthy O. Heat wolc, D.D.S 
Eugene Han&s Smith, D.M.D. 
WiUiam Rice, D. M. D. 
Marcus L. Ward, D. D. Sc. 

Alfred Owre, D. M. ©. 
Charles C. Allen, D. D. S. 
,Tames P. Harner, D. D. S, 
W^alker M. Bartlett, D. D. S. 
Wallace C. Davis, D. D. S. 
A. Hugh Hipnle, D.D.S. 
Daniel H. Squire, D. D. S. 
Wilham Cnrr, D. D. S. 
Frank T. Van Woort, M.D.S. 
.Alfred R. Shnr, D.D. S. 
G. S. ilimkcrman, D.D.S. 
Henry T. Smith, D. D. S. 
Frank M .Caste, D. D. S. 
Harrv M. Semans, D. D. S. 
Herbert C. Miller, D. D. S. 
T. Norman Broomoll, D. D. 3. 
Charles R. Turner, D. D. S. 



H. Edmund Friesell, D. D. S. 
Ofosenh A. Gardner. 
R. Boyd Bogle, D. D. S. ' 
.lolm J. Mullownev, M. D. 
Arrhur L. Nygard, D. D. S. 
O. F. Garabati, D. D. S. 
J. A. C. Hoggan, D. D. S. 
Henry L. Banzhaf, D. D. S. 



XII. — Presidents or Deans of Schools of Phar.wacy. 



Location. 



Name of institution. 



President -or dean. 



.\ubum, Ala 

Los Angeles, Calif. . . 

San Francisco, CaUf 

Boulder, Colo , 

Denver, Colo , 

Wa.shington, D. C. . 

Do 

Athens, Ga , 

Atlanta, Ga , 

Do 

Pocatello, Idaho — 

Chicago, 111 



Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Pharmacy 

Department'. 
Univei-sity of Sonthern California, College of 

Phai'macy. 
California f'ollege of Pharmacy, University of 

California. 
University of Colorado, College of Pharm.acy.. 

University of Denver, School of Pharmacy 

George \Vasliington University, School of 

Pharmacy. 
Howard University, Pharmaceutic College 

(colored). 

University of Georgia, School of Pharmacy 

Atlanta College of Pharmacy 

Southern College of Pharmacy 

Idaho Technical Institute, Dcparment of 

Pharmacy. 
University "of Illinois, School of Pharmacy 



L. S. Blake, Ph.C. 

Laird J. fitablcr, Sc. D. 

Franklin T. Green, Ph.G. 

Homer C. Washburn, Ph. C. 
WilbeTD.Ei>.gte,Sc-. D. 
Henry E. Kalusowski, Phar. D. 

James H. Purdy, Phar. JX, 

vice dean. 
Robert C. AVilson. 
H.C. Owen, Ph.C. 
R. C. Hood, Phar. D. 
Eugene O. Leonard, Ph. C. 

William B. Day, Phar. Q. 



PRESIDENTS OE DEANS OF PHARMACY. 95 

XII. — Presidents or Deans of Schooi/S of Pharmacy — Continued. 



Location. 



Name of institution. 



President or dean. 



Indianapolis, Ind 

Lafayette, Ind 

Notre Dame, Ind 

Valparaiso, lud 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Iowa City, Iowa 

Lawrence, Kaiis 

Louisville, Ky 

New Orleans, La 

Do 

Baltimore, Md 

Boston, Mass 

Ann Arbor, Mich 

Big Rapids, Mich 

Minneapolis, Minn 

University, Miss 

Kansas City, Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

Missoula, Mont 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Omaha, Nebr 

Newark, N . J 

Albany,N. Y 

Brooklyn, N. Y 

Buffalo, N.Y 

New York, N.Y 

Do 

Chapel HiU, N. C 

Agricultural Cdlege, N. 

Dak. 
Ada, Ohio 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbus, Oh io 

Toledo, Ohio 

Norman, Okla 

Corvailis, Oreg 

Portland, Oreg^ 

Phil adelphla, Pa 

Do 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Rio Piedras, P. R 

Providence, R.I 

Charleston, S. C 

Brookings, S. Dak 

Memphis, Term 

Nashville, Term 

Dallas, Tex 

Galveston, Tex 

Salt Lake City, Utah.... 
Richmond, Va 

Pullman, Wash 

Seattle, Wash 

Morgantown, W. Va 

Madison, Wis 



Indianapolis College of Pharmacy 

School of Pharmacy, Purdue University 

University of Notre Dame, School of Phar- 
macy. 

Valparaiso University, Department of Phar- 
macy. 

Dei Moines University, College of Pharmacy . . . 

Stare University of Iowa, College of PhaiTnacy. 

University of Kansas, School of Pharmacy 

Louis^"ille College of Phannacy ." 

New Orleans College of Pharmacy (aflaUated 
with Loyola University). 

Tulane University of Louisana, School of 
Pharmacy. 

Department of Pharmacy, University of Mary- 
land. 

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy 

University of Michigan, College of "Pharmacy. . 

Ferris Institute, Phannacy Department 

University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy. 

University of Mississippi, School of Pharmacy. 

Kansas City College of Pharmacy 

St. Louis College of Pharmacy 

State University of Montana, School of Phar- 
macy. 

University of Nebraska, College of Pharmacy. 

Creighton University, Department of Phar- 
macy. 

Ne .■. .Jersey College of Pharmacy 

A tiaay Cclfege of Pharmacy, Union University. 

Brooklyn College of Pharmacy 

Buffalo College of Phannacy, University of 
Buffalo. 

College of Phannacy of the City of New York, 
Columbia University. 

Fordham University, "College of Pharmacy 

University of North" Carolina, School of Phar- 
macy. 

North Dakota Agricultural College, School of 
Pharmacy. 

Ohio Northern University, C(dlege of Phar- 
macy. 

Cincinnati College of Pharmacy 

Western Reserve University, Cleveland 
School of Pharmacy. 

Ohio Stat e University, College of Pharmstcy . . . 

Toledo University, Ctilege of Pharmacy 

State University of Oklahoma, School of Phar- 
macy. 

Oregon Agricultural College, School of Phar- 
macy. 

North Paefic College of Pharmacy 

PTiiladelphia College of Pharmacy 

Temple University, School of Pharmacy 

Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy, University 
of Pittsbm'gh. 

University of Porto Rico, College of Pharmacy. 

Rhode Island College of Pharmacy and Allied 
Sciences. 

Medical College of State of South Carolina, 
Department of Pliarmacy. 

South Dakota State College of Agriculture and 
Mechanic Arts, School of Pharmacy. 

School of Pharmacy of the University of Ten- 
nessee. 

Meharry College of Pharmacy (colored) 

Baylor University, College of Pharmacy 

University of Texas, C-ollege of Pharmacy 

University of Utah, Department of Pharmacy. 

School of Pharmacy, Medical College of Vir- 
ginia. 

State College of Washington, School of Phar- 
macy. 

University of Washington,College of Pharmacy. 

Department of Pharmacy, West Virginia Uni- 
versity. 

University of Wisconsin course in pharmacy.. 



Edward H. Niles, Phar. D. 
Charles B. Jordan, M. S., head 

of school. 
Robert Lee Green, Ph. Q. 

Hugh Muldoon, Ph. G. 

Elbert O. Kagy, Ph. C. 
Wilber J. Teeters, Phar. C. 
Lucius E. Savre, Ph. M. 
Oscar C. Dilly, M. D. 
J. J. Grasser, Ph. D. 

C. C. Bass, M. D. 

E. Frank Kelley, Phar. D. 

Theodore J. Bradley, Phar. G. 
Edward Henry Kraus, Sc. D., 

acting dean . 
M.A.Jones, Ph. C. 
Frederick J. WulUng, Phm. D. 
Henry M. Paser, Ph. G. 
David V. Whitney. Ph. C. 
Henry M. ^^Tielplcv, Phar. M. 
Charles E. Moliet, Phm. C. 

Rufus A. Lyman, M. D. 
Howard C. Newton, Phm. C. 

Robert P. Fischelis. Phar. D. 
William Mansfield, Phar. D. 
William C.Anderson, Phar. D 
Willis Q. Gregory, M. D. 

Henry H. Rusby, M. D. 

ilichael Jessup, S. J. 
Edward V. Howefl, Pb. G. 

W. F. Sudro, M. S. 

Rudolph H. Raabe, Phar. C. , 

Walter R. Griess, Phar. D. 
Edward Spease, Ph. C. 

Clair A.Dve, Ph.D. 
William McK. Reed, Ph. G. 
David B. R. Johnson, A. M. 

Adolph Zeifle, Ph. C. 

Frank C. Pearse, Ph. C. 
Charles H. La Wall, Phar. M. 
John R. Minehart, Phar. D. 
Julius A. Koch, Sc. D. 

L. L. Velez, Phar. D. 
Edwin E. Calder. 

W. H. Zeigler, Piiar. D. 

Earl R. Series, M. S. 

James C. McElroy, M. D. 

John J. Mullowney, M. D. 
Chester A. Dimcan, P. D. 
William KeiUer, F. R. C. S. 
H. L. Thompson, A. M. 
Wortley F. Rudd, Phar. G. 

P. H. Dirstine, Phar. G. 

Charles W. J<AnsOTi, Ph. C. 
John N. Simpson. 

Edward Kremers, Sc. D., di- 
rector. 



96 



EDUCATIONAL. DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 
XIII. — Presidents of Schools of Osteopathy. 



Location. 


Name of institution. 


President. 


Los Angeles, Calif 

Chicago, 111 


College of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons. 
Chicago College of Osteopathy. . 


L. C. Chandler, D. 0. 
.1. H. Raymond U O 


Pes Moines, Iowa 

Boston, Mass 


Dcs Moines Still College of OJ^lcopalhy 

Massachusetts College of Osteopathy 


C. W. Johnson, D. 0. 
J. Oliver .Sartwcll D 


Knnsas City, Mo 


Cent ral College of Osteopat hy 


A. L. McKenzie, D. O. 


Do.... 


Jvansas City College of Osteopathy and Surgery. 
-Vmerican Scliooi of Osteopathy. . . 


James L. Lowe, D. 0. 


Kirlcsville, Mo 




Philadelphia, Pa 


Philadelphia College of Osteopathy and Osteo- 
pathic Hospital. 


Arthur J. Flack, D. 0. 



XIV. — Presidents or Deans o/ Schools of Veterinary Medicine. 



Location. 



Name of institution. 



President or dean. 



Auburn, Ala 

Fort Collins, Colo 

Washington, D. C 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Terrc Haute, Ind 

Ames, Iowa 

Manhattan, Kans 

Columbia, Mo 

St. Joseph, Mo 

Reno, Ncv 

Ithaca N. Y. 

Agricultural College, N 

Dak. 
Columbus, Ohio 

Stillwater, Okla , 

Corvaliis, Oreg 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Manili, P.I , 

CoUegc Station, Tex... 
Pullman, Wash , 



Alabama Polyteclmic Institute, College of 
Veterinary Medicine. 

Colorado Agricultural College, Division of 
Veterinary Medicine. 

United States College of Veterinary Surgeons.. 

Indiana Veterinary College 

Terrc Haute Veterinary College 

Iowa State College, Division of Veterinary 
Medicine. 

Kansas State Agricultural College, Veterinary 
Department. 

University of Missouri, Department of Veteri- 
nary Science. 

St. Joseph Veterinary College 

Univcrsiiy of Nevada, State Veterinary Con- 
trol Service. 
New York State Veterinary College at Cornell 
University. 

North Dakota Agricultural College, School of 
Veterinary Medicine and Surgery. 

Ohio State University, College of " Veterinary 
Medicine. 

Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical Col- 
lege, School of Veterinary Medicine. 

Oregon Agricultural CoUege, Department of 
Veterinary ^Medicine. 

University of Pemisylvania, School of Veteri- 
nary Medicine. 

University of the Philippines, College of Veteri- 
nary Science. 

Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas. . 

State CoUege of Washington, College of Veteri- 
nary Science. 



C. A. Cary, D. V. M. 

George H. Glover, D. V. M. 

H. Stanley Gamble, D. V. S. • 

W. B. Craig, M. D. 

C. I. Fleming. 

Charles H. Stange, D. V. M. 

Ralph R. Dykstra, D. V. M. 

Frederick B. Mumford, M. S. 

F. M. Cahill, D. V. S. 
Edward Records, V. M. D., di- 
rector. 
Veranus A. Moore, V. M. D. 

A. F. Schalk. 

David S. Wliite, D. V. M. 

Lowery L. Lewis, D. V. M. 

Bennett T. Simms, D. V. M. 

Louis A. Klein, V. M. D. 

Alonso S. Shealy, D. V. M. 

Mark Francis, D. V. M. 
Earl E. Wegener, D. V. S. 



XV. — Presidents, etc., of Institutions for the Training of Teachers.' 

I. PRESIDENTS OF TEACHERS' COLLEGES. 
Teacher-training institutions which offer four years' work above secondary and grant degrees. 



Location. 


Name of institution. 


President. 


ARKANSAS. 

Conway 


Arkansas State Normal School 


B. W. Torreyson. 

C. L. McLane. 


CALIFORNIA. 

Fresno 


State Teachers' College 


San Jose 


State Teachers' College 


Wm. Webb Kemp. 
C. L. Phelps. 

John 0. Crabbe. 


Santa Barbara 


do 


COLORADO. 

G reeley 


Colorado Si lU e Teachers' College 


Gunnison 


Colorado Si ate Normal School 


Samuel Quigley. 



' For other teacher training institutions see page 78, Heads of Departments of Education. 



PRESIDENTS, ETC., OF TRAINING SCHOOLS. 97 

XV. — Presidents, etc., of Institutions for the Training of Teachers— Con. 
I. PRESIDENTS OF TEACHERS' COLLEGES— Contmued. 



Location. 



Name of institution. 



GEORGIA. 



Athens... 
Valdosla. 



rLLINOIS. 



Carbondale. 
Charleston . , 

Chieaeo 

lie Kalb . . . 

Macomb 

Normal 



INDIANA. 



Angola 

Danville 

Indianapolis. 

Do 

Mnncie 

Terre Haute. 



IOWA. 

Cedar Falls 

KANSAS. 



Emporia . . 

Hays 

P ttsburg . 



LOUISIANA. 

Natchitoches 

MASSACHUSETTS. 



State Nonnal School 

Georgia State Woman's College. 



Southern Illinois State Normal University 

Eastern Illinois State Teachers' CoUege.." 

National Kindergarten and Elementarv College 2 

Northern Illinois State Teachers' CoUege 

Western Illinois State Teachers' CoUege 

lUinois State Normal University 



Tri-State CoUege 2 

Central Normal College ' 

Indianapolis Normal School 

Teaehers' CoUege of Indianapolis 2 

Indiana State Normal School (Eastern Division) 
Indiana State Normal School 



Iowa State Teachers' CoUege. 



Kansas State Normal School 

Fort Hays Kansas Normal School 

State Manual Training Normal School . 



Louisiana State Normal CoUege . 



Boston 

Do 

Bridgewater 

Framingham 

Salem I do 

Worcester | do 



Boston Normal School 

Massachusetts Normal Art School. 

State Normal School 

do 



MICHIGAN. 



Detroit 

Kalamazoo 

Marquette 

Mount Pleasant, 
ypsilanti 



MISSISSIPPI. 



Hattiesburg 

MISSOURI. 

Cape Girardexiu 

Jefferson City 

KirksviUe 

Mar^^Ule 

St. Louis 

Springfield 

Warren sburg 



NEBRASKA. 



Chadron . 

Kearney. 
Peru 

Wayne. . 



Detroit Teachers' College 

Western State Normal School 

Northern State Normal School . . . 
Central Michigan Normal School . 
Michigan State Normal CoUege... 



Mississippi Normal College. 



Southeast Missouri State Teachers' College . , 

Lincoln University ' 

Northeast Missouri State Teachers' CoUege!! 
Northwest Missouri State Teachers' College. 

Harris Teachers' College 

Southwest Missouri State Teachers' CoUege. 
Central Missouri State Teachers' College 



Nebraska State Normal School and Teachers' 
College. 

do 

...do 

....do ;. 



President. 



J. M. Pound. 
R. H. PoweU. 



H. W. Shrvock. 
L. C. Lord'. 
Edna Dean Baker, 
J. Stanley Brown. 
Walter P. Morgan. 
David Felmley. 



C. C. Sherrard, acting. 
Jonathan Rigdon. 
Ellsworth Ivowry. 
Eliza A. Blaker. 
L. N. Hines. 
Do. 



H. H. Seerley. 



Thos. W. Butcher. 

W. L. Lewis. 

AV. A. Brandenburg. 



V. L. Roy. 



Wallace C. Boyden, 
Royal B. Fariium. 
Arthur C. Boydcu. 
James Chalmers. 
J. Asbury Pitman. 
William B. AspinwaU. 



Stuart A. Courtis, dean. 
Wm. McCracken, acting. 
James II. B. Kaye. 
E. C. Warriner. 
Charles McKenny. 



Joe Cook. 



Joseph A. Serena. 
Inman E. Page. 
John R, Kirk. 
Uel W. Lam kin. 
J. Leslie Purdom. 
Clyde M. HiU. 
E. L. Hendricks. 



Robert I. EUiott. 

Geo. E. Martin. 
A. L. Caviness. 
U. S. Conn. 



' Private. 



e Colored 



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XV. — Presidents, etc., op Institutions for the Training op Teachers — Con. 

I. PRESIDENTS OF TEACHERS' COLLEQES— Continued. 



Location. 



Name of institution. 



President. 



NEW MEXICO. 



East Las Vegas. 
Silver City 



NEW YORK. 



Albany. 
Butlalo.. 



NORTH CAROUNA. 

Greenville 

NORTH DAKOTA. 

Valley City 

OHIO. 



Bowling Green. 
Kent 



OKLAHOMA. 



Ada 

Alva 

Durant 

Edmond 

Tahlequah... 
Weathcrford. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

Pro\'idence 

SOUTH CAROUNA. 

Orangeburg 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 



Aberdeen . . 
Springfield. 



TENNE3SBK. 

Nash\-il!e 

TEXAS. 



Canyon 

Commerce . . . 

Denton 

Himts^ille... 
Prairie \"iew. 
San Marcos... 



VIRGINIA. 



Ea-;t Radford.., 

Fa'"mville 

Fredericksburg. 
Harrisonburg . . . 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



Huntington. 
Institute 



WISCONSIN. 

Menomonie 



New Mexico Normal Universit y . . 
New Mexico State Normal School. 



State College for Teachers . 
State Normal School 



East Carolina Teachers' College . 



State Teachers' College. 



State Normal College. 
do 



East Central State Teachers' College. . 
Northwestern Stale Teachers' College. 
Southeastern State Teachers' College. . , 

Central State Teachers' College 

Northeastern State Teachers" College. 
Southwestern Slate Teachers' College. 



Rhode Island College of Education. 



State Agricultural and Mechanical College ».. 



Northern Normal and Industrial School. 
Southern State Normal School 



George Peabody College for Teachers •. 



West Texas State Normal College 

East Texas State Normal College 

North Texas State Normal College 

Sam Houston Normal College 

State Normal and Industrial College'.. 
Southwest Texas State Normal College. 



State Normal School for Women . 

...do 

do 

...do 



Marshall College, State Normal School. 
West Virginia Collegiate Institute » 



The Stout IiLStitute. 



Tonathan H. Wagner. 
A. O. Bowden. 



.•\. R. Bnibacher. 
Harry W. Rockwell. 



Robt. H. Wright. 



C. E. Allen. 



H. B.Williams. 
John E. MdUhTey. 



.\. Linscheid. 
J. P. Battenberg. 
H. G. Bennett. 
John G. Mitchell. 
W. T. Ford. 
A. H. Burris. 



John L. Alger. 



R. S. Wilkinson. 



Harojd W. Foght. 
C. O. Lawrence. 



Bruce R. Payne. 



Joseph .\bner Hill. 
R. B. Binion. 
W. H. Bruce. 
H. F. Estill. 
J. G. Osborne. 
C. E. Evans. 



John Preston McConnell. 
J. L. Jarman. 
A. B. Chandler, jr. 
Samuel P. Duke. 



Frederic R. Hamilton. 
John W. Davis. 



Clyde A. Bowman, acting. 



'Private 



•Colored 



PRESIDENTS, ETC., OF TRAINING SCHOOLS. 99 

XV. — Presidents, etc., op Institutions foe the Training of Teachers — Con. 

II. PRINCIPALS OF NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOLS. 
1. Public Normal Schools. 



Location. 



ALABAMA. 



Carrollton 

Cen((T\-ille 

Cottage Grove. 

Daphne 

Do 

Florence 

Haync\ille 

Jacksonville... 

Livingston 

MontKomery . . 

Normal 

Plateau 

Troy 



ARIZONA. 



Flagstaff. 
Tcmpc. . . 



AKKAN.SA3. 



Edmondson. 

Fordyce 

Hope 

Mariaruia 

Pine Bluff.. 



Name of Institution. 



Piclcens County Trabiiug School i . . 

Bibb County Training School ' 

Coosa County Training School ' 

Eastern Shore Industrial School ' . . 

State Normal School 

do 

Lowndes County Training School '. 

State Normal School 

do 



CALQ-ORmA. 

Areata 

Chico 

San l>iego 

San Francisco 



CONNECTICUT. 



Bridgeport... 

Danbury 

New Britain . 
New Haven. . 
Willimantic. . 



DISTRR T OF COLUMBIA. 



Washington. 
Do 



GEORGIA. 



Albany. 
Atlanta. 



HAWAn. 

Honolulu , 

IDAHO. 



Albion . . . 
Lewiston. 



ILLINOIS. 

Chicago 

IOWA. 

Siou.x City 

' For colored persons. 



.do.i 



State Agricultural and Mechanical Institute i. 

Mobile County Training School ' 

State Normal School 



Northern Arizona Normal School. 
Tempe Normal School 



Crittenden County Training School ' 

Dallas County Training School i 

Hempstead (Jounty Training School i 

Lee County Training School i 

Agricultural Mechanical and Normal School >. 



Humboldt State Teachers' College 

Chico State Teachers' College 

State Teachers' College of San Diego... 
San Francisco State Teachers' College . 



Principal. 



City Normal School 

State Normal School 

do 

State Normal-Training School. 
State Normal School , 



J. O. Wilson Normal School 

Myxtilla Miner Normal School ' . 



Georgia Normal and Agricultural School * 

Normal Training School 



Territorial Normal and Training School . 



State Normal School. 
....do 



Chicago Normal College 

Sioux City Normal School. 



R. Mitchell. 
H. D. Davidson. 
J. T. Trail. 
Ligon A. Wilson. 
H. H. Holmes. 
Henry J. Willingham. 
C. P. Everett. 
C. W. Daugettc. 
G. W. Brock. 
G. W. Trenholm. 
T. R. Parker. 
Isaiah J. Whitley. 
E. M. Shackelford. 



L. B. McMullen. 
Arthur J. Matthews. 



B. J. Roed. 
S. J. Anderson. 
H. C. Yerger. 
Mrs. A. M. P. Strong. 
R. E. Malone. 



N. B. Van Matre. 
C. M. Osenbaugh. 
Edward L. Hardy, 
Frederic Burk. 



George M. I.ascll. 
J. R. Perkins. 
Marcus White. 
Arthur B . Morrill. 
George H. Shafer. 



A. M. Coding. 
Eugene A. Clark. 



J. W. Holley. 
Emma Wesley. 



Benj. O. Wist. 



C. E. Bocock. 
OUver M. EUiott. 



William B. Owen. 



Gertrude F. Eaton. 



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XV. — Presidents, etc., of Institutions for the Training op Teachers — Con. 

II. TRINCIPALS OF NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOLS-Contiuued. 
1. Public Normal Schools— Continued. 



Location. 



Name of institution. 



President. 



KENTUCKY. 

Bowling Green Western Kentucky State Normal School and 

I Teachers' College. 

Frankfort | Kentucky Normal and Industrial Institute ^ 

Louisville i Louisville Normal School 

Paris 

Richmond 



LOUISIANA. 



Bourbon County Trauiing School ' 

Eastern Kentucky State Normal School and 
Teachers' College. 



Bastrop | Morehouse Parish Training School > . . 

Converse Sabine Parish Training School ' 

Kranklini on | Washington Parish Training School ' - 

Grambling j Lincohi Parish Training School » 

New Orleans New Orleans Normal School , 



MAINE. 

Castine | Eastern State Normal School . 

Farmington i State Normal School. 

Gorham ! do 

Lewiston i Dingley Normal Training School. 

Machias Washington State Normal School . 

Presque Isle Aroostook State Normal School. 



MARYLAND. 



Baltimore [ Baltimore Teachers' Training School 

Do I Colored Training School 

Bowie Maryland State Normal and Industrial School' 

Frost burg Slate Normal School 

Towson ! Marvlaud State Normal School 



MASSACmjSETT.S. 

Boston j Training School for Teachers of Mechanic Arts . . 

Fitchburg State Normal School 

Hyannis do 

Lowell do 

North Adams do 

Westfield do 



MICUIGAN. 



Allegan 

Benton Harbor. 
Big Rapids.. . . 

Blissfield , 

Catliliac , 

( aro 

Charlevoix 

Charlotte 

Cheboygan 

Chesauing , 

Dowagiac , 

East Tawas 

Evurt 

Flint 

Frankfort 

Gladwin 

Hastings 

Ionia 

Kalkaska 

Lake City 

Lapeer..". 

Ludington 

Mancelona 

Marshall 

Mason 

Onaway 

Ontonagon 

St. Johns 

Standish 

Stanton 

Traverse City... 
West Branch 



Allegan County Normal School 

Berrien County Normal School 

Mecosta County Normal School 

Lenawee County Normal School 

AVexford Coimty Normal School 

Tuscola County Normal School 

County Normal School 

Eaton County Normal School 

County Normal School 

Saginaw County Normal School 

Cass County Normal School 

lose County Normal School 

Osceola County Normal School 

Genesee County Normal School 

Benzie County Normal School 

Gladwin County Normal School 

Barry Comity Normal School 

County Normal School 

do 

Missaukee County Normal School 

Lapeer County Normal School 

Mason County Normal School 

Antrim County Normal School 

Calhoim Comity Normal School 

Ingham County Normal School 

Presque Isle County Normal School 

Ontonagon CounlyNormal School 

Clinton County Normal School 

Arenac County Normal School 

Montcalm County Normal School 

(irand Traverse County Norm.al School . 
Ogemaw County Normal School 



H. H. Cherry. 

G. P. Russell. 
Elizabeth Breckcnridgo. 
W. J. Collery. 
T. J. Coates. 



R. G. Steptoe. 
W. B. Purvis. 
M. C. Dukes. 
Chas. P. Adams. 
Margaret C. Hanson. 



William D. Hall. 
W. G. Mallett. 
W. E. Russell. 
Adelaide V. Finch. 
W"m. L. Powers. 
S. L. Merriman. 



Norman W. Cameron. 
Joseph H. Lockerman. 
Leonidas S. Jones. 
James Widdowson. 
Lida Lee Tall. 



Josef Sandberg, acting. 
Wm. D. Parkinson. 
William A. Baldwin. 
Clarence M. Weed. 
Roy Leon Smith. 
Clarence A. Brodeur. 



Edna Otis. 
Jennie L. Burton. 
Edith A. Collins. 
Mina L. Read. 
Nora Owens. 
Elva E. Kenney. 
ThjTa Burklund. 
Ada M. Carrick. 
Gertrude L. Wilford. 
M. Wilkinson. 
Frances L. Burns. 
Mrs. J. K. Osgerby. 
Pearl C. Bigge. 
Bess B. Penoyar. 
Beryl Haynes. 
-Alberta Alkire. 
Mrs. Mabel T. Clark. 
Louise Hall. 
Maryann Ravell. 
Mildred L. Dunning. 
Nina M. Beatlie. 
Elsie Musolf. 
Florence Pitcher. 
Wilma M. Davis. 
Marian L. Blount. 
Anna Mason. 
Mary Black. 
Martha Mac.\rthur. 
Tri.xie Lamb. 
Bessie M. Wright, 
iilrs. Ida Crego. 
Dorothy M. Winslow. 



J For colored persons. 



PRESIDENTS, ETC., OF TRAINING SCHOOLS. 



101 



XV. — Presidents, etc., of Institutions for the Training of Teachers — Cou. 

II. PRINCIPALS OF NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOLS-Continued. 
1. Public Normal SchooU— Continued. 



Location. 



MINNESOTA. 



Bemidji. . . 
Dnluth.... 
Mankato.. 
Moorhead. 
St. Cloud.. 
Wiuona... 



Missis.sirpi. 
Purvis 

MISSOURI. 

Kansas City 

MONTANA. 

Dillon 

NEVADA. 



Bunkerville. 
Eureka 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Concerd 

Ivcene 

PhTiiouth 



NEW JERSEY. 



Classboro.. 
Jersey City. 
Montclair. . 

Newark 

Paterson . . . 
Trenton 



NEW MEXICO. 

El Rita.. 

NEW YORK. 



Name of institution. 



State Teachers' College. 

....do 

do 

do 

....do 

do 



Lamar County Training School > . 



Teachers College of Kansas City. 



Montana State Normal College. 



Clark County Normal School. . . 
Eureka County Normal School. 



Dewey Training School . 

State Normal School 

do , 



State Normal School 

Teachers' Training School. 

State Normal School 

do 

City Normal School 

State Normal School 



Spanish American Normal School. 



Brockport | State Normal School. 

Brooklyn 
Cortland . 
Frcdonia. 
Genesco-. 
Jamaica 



Maxwell Training School for Teachers... 

State NoiTnal and Training School 

State Normal School 

...do 

Training School for Teachers 

New Paltz j State Normal School 

New York New York Training School for Teachers. 

Oneonta | State Normal School 

Oswego 

Platisburg 

Potsdam 

Rochester 

Schenectady 

Syracuse 

Watertown 



Stale Normal and Training School . 

State Normal School 

do 

City Normal School 

Teachers Training School 

Training School for Teachers 

do 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

Bayboro 

Boone 

Clinton 

Cuilowhee ' 

Elizabplh City 

Fayetteville 

Grimcsland 

Method 

Parmcle 

Po.vcllsviUe 

Rocky Point 

' For colored persons. 



Pamlico Counly Training School i 

Appalachian Training School ' 

Sampson County Training School i 

Cuilowhee Normal and Industrial School. 

Stale Normal School i 

doi 

Pitt County Training School ' 

Berry O' Kelly Training School ' 

Martin County Training School i 

Bertie County Training School ' 

Pender County Training School ' 



President. 



M. W. Deputy. 
E. W. Bohanuon. 
C.H.Cooper. 
O. M. Dickerson. 
J. C. Brown. 
Guy W.Maxwell. 



J. J. JefTerson. 



E. A. Hotchkiss. 



Sheldon E. Davis. 



•Mrs. Gussie McGinncs. 
Ermie Sioss. 



Addie F. Straw. 
Wallace E. Mason. 
Ernest L. Silver. 



J. H. Brensinjjcr. 
Chas. S. Cha]}in. 
W. Spader Willis. 
Frank Webster Smith. 
J.J. Savitz. 



Filadelfo Baca. 



Alfred C. Thompson. 
Em.ma L. Johnston. 
H. De W. Do Groat. 
Howard Burdge. 
W. A. Holcomb. 
A. C. McLachlan. 
John C. Bliss. 
H. New- man. 
Percy I. Bugbee. 
James G. Riggs. 
George K. Hav.-kins. 
Randolph T. Congdon. 
E. J. Bonner. 
Mary E. Gorliam. 
J. Edward Banta. 
Ella Marie Walradt. 



R. L. 
B.B. 
Z. H. 
Robt 
P. W 
E. E, 
A.C. 
.J. H. 
W. C 
C. G. 
T. T. 



Rice. 

Dougherty. 
Hyman. 
. L. Madison. 
. Moore. 
Smith. 
HiU. 
Bias. 
, Chance. 
While. 
Ringer. 



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X\^. — Presidents, etc., of Institutions fob thb Training of Teachers — Con. 

II. PRINCIPALS OF NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOLS— Continued. 
1. Public NoTTnal Schools— Continued. 



Location. 



Name of institution. 



President. 



NORTH CAROLINA- 

continuod. 

Shelby 

Soutliport 

Suiibury 

Winstou-Salem 



(Mevplaiid County Training Scliool '.. 
Brunswick Coiuity Trainiiip .School ' . 

Gales County Training School • 

Slater Slate Normal School i 



NORTH DAKOTA. 



Bottiiipau. 
Dickinson. 
Ellendaie. 
Mavville. . 
llinot 



Forestry State Normal School 

State Normal School 

State Normal and Industrial School. 

Stat* Normal School 

do 



OHIO. 

Anna 

Ansonia 

Batavia 

Berlin Heights 

Canal Winchester. 

Canficld 

Chardon 

Chilhcothe 

Circlp-dlle 

Cleveland 

Columbas 

Daylon 

Dresden 

Edison 

Hebron 

Junctioii City 

. KingsviUe...' 

Lancaster 

Lima 

Lisbon 

Minerva 

Monroeville 

New Philadelphia. 

New Vienna 

Ottawa 

Do 

Richwood 

Seio 

Wapakoneta 

West Jefferson 

West La Fayette.. 

West liberty 

West Milton 

Wheelersburg 

Woodsfipld 

ZaiicsviUe 



Shelby County Normal School 

Darke County Normal School 

Cleremont Comity Normal School 

Erie County Normal School 

Franklin County Normal School 

Malioning County Norma! School 

G oanga Count y Normal School 

Ross Connty Normal School 

Pickaway Coun tj' Normal Scliool 

Cleveland School of Education 

Columbus Normal School 

Dayton Normal School 

Muskingum County Normal School 

Morrow Coimty Normal School 

Licking County Normal School 

Perry County Normal School 

Ashtabula County Normal School 

Fairfield County "Normal School 

City Normal School 

Columbiana County Normal School 

Minerva County Normal School 

Huron Coun ty Normal School 

Tuscarawas County Normal School 

Clinton-Highland County Normal School. 

Ottawa County Normal School 

Putnam County Normal School , 

Union County Normal School , 

Harrison County Normal School , 

Auglaize County Normal School , 

Madison County Normal School 

Coshockton County Normal School , 

Logan County Normal School , 

Miami County Normal School 

Scioto County Normal School , 

Monroe County Normal School • 

City Normal School , 



OKLAHOMA. 

Langston Colored Agricultural and Normal University i. 

OREGON. 

Monmouth State Normal School . 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

Bloomsburg 1 State Normal School . 

California Southwestern State Normal School. 



ChojTiey . 
Clarion 

East Stroudsburg. 
Edinboro. 



Chcyney Training School for Teachers i. 
State Normal School 

do 

do 

Indiana j do 

Kutztown Keystone State Normal School 

Lock Haven I Central State Normal School 

Mansfield j Slate Normal School 

Millersville ' do 

Philadelphia i Philadelphia Normal School 

Pittsburgh Teachers' Training School 



A. W. Foster. 
A. D. Blackburn. 
T. S. Cooper. 
S. G. Atkins. 



Vernon L. Maiigum. 
Samuel T. May. 
R. M. Black. 
John O. Evjen. 
George A. McFarland. 



Mabel Dillahunt. 
Anna Todd. 
SusanneM. Koehler. 
Ruth Brintnall. 
Dora A. States. 
Olive Mae Hoover. 
Katherine Wren. 
Pearl Geeting. 
Laura Mengerl . 
Ambrose L. Siihrie, dean. 
W. T. Heilman. 
Grac« A. Greene. 
Gertrude Bartlett. 
Fronia Tsley. 
Freida F. Chapman. 
Mabel M. Madden. 
Jessie L. Hickok. 
Eva A. Richardson. 
Ho. Maddux. 
Eliza M. Allison. 
L. Ethel Spray. 
Bertha A. Lively. 
A. J. Hostetler. 
Mai-y B. Hoskins. 
Elizabeth J. Offorman. 
Ruth C. Frey. 
Lacy Packham. 
Elizabeth W. Chandler. 
Olive M. Eggleslon. 
Kathleen Zitt. 
Winifred C. Jones, 
n. W. Holycross. 
Helen M. Bradley. 
RuthC. Teeters. 
Edith E. Tope. 
F. E. Swingle. 



J. M. Marquess. 



J. S. Landers. 



C. H. Fisher. 
John A. Entz. 
Leslie Pinckney HIIL 
C. C. Green. 
Frank E. Baker. 
C. C. Crawford, acting. 
John A. H. Keith. 
A. C. Rothermel. 
Warren Nevin Drum. 
William R. Straughn. 
C. H. Gordinier. 
J. Eugene Baker. 
H. B. Davis. 



• For colored persons. 



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103 



XV. — Presidents, etc., op Institutions for the Training op Teachers — Con. 

II. PRINCIPALS OF NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOLS— Continued. 
1. Public Normal Schools- Continued. 



Location. 



PENNSYLVANIA — COntcL 

Shippensburg 

Slippery Rook 

West Chester 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Conway 

SiimmerviUe 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 



Madison.. 
Spearfish. 



TENNESSEE. 



Denmark 

Johnson City. 
Lebanon. .... 
Murfreesboro. 
Nash\ille 



Normal. 



TEXAS. 



Alpine 

Halletts\'ille. 
Nacogdoches. 



VERMONT. 

Castleton 

vraoiNiA. 



Blackstone 

Charlottesville.. 

Ettricks 

North Emporia. 

Rieliirond 

Ruth\'ille 

Syringa 

Waverly 

Yorktoivn 



WASHINGTON. 



Bellingham . 

Centralis 

Cheney 

Ellens'biirg. . 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



Athens 

Bluelield 

Fairmont 

Glenville 

ShepherdstONvn . 
West Liberty... 



WISCONSIN. 



Algoma 

Alma 

Antigo 

Ashland 

BerUn 

Columbus... 
Eau Claire.. 

Do 

Fond du lac. 
Janes ville 



' For colored persons. 



Name of institution. 



Cumberland Valley State Normal School. 

State Normal School 

do 



Whittereore Training School of Horry County i. 
Dorchester County Teachers' Training School i. 



Eastern S. D. State Normal School. 
Stat e N ornial School , 



President. 



Madison County Training School i 

East Tennessee State Normal School 

Wilson Coimty Training School ' 

Middle Tennessee State Normal School 

Tennessee Agricultural and Industrial State 

Normal School.' 
West Tennessee State Normal School 



Sul Ross State Normal Clollege 

Lavaca County Training School ' 

Stephen F. Austin Normal College'. 



State Teachers' Training School. 



N ottoway Coimty Training School ' 

Albemarle County Training School i , 

Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute' , 

Greensville County Training School ' , 

Richmond City Normal School 

Charles City County Training School' 

Middlese.x County Training School' , 

Sussex County Training School i , 

York County Training School i 



Washington State Normal School. 

StT<.te N ormal School ^ 

Wa.sl3in2:l,on State Normal School. 
State Normal School 



Concord State Teachers' College 

Blucfield Institute ' 

State Normal School 

....do 

Shepherd College State Normal School. 
State Normal School 



Door-Kewaunee County Normal School 

Buffalo Coimty Training School 

Langlade County Training School 

Ashland County Training School 

Green Lake Coimty Training School . . . 
Columbia County Rural Normal School 

Eau Claire County Training School 

State Normal School 

Fond du lac County Training School. . . 
Rock County Teachers' Training School 



E7,ra Lehman. 

J. Linwood Eisenburg. 

Andrew Thomas Smith. 



B. F. Levister. 
Grace M. Ashe. 



E. C. Hiebie. 
EthelbertC. Woo<lbum. 



H. L. L. Moss. 
Sidney G. Gilbreath. 
J. R. McDaniel. 
P. A. Lyon. 
Wm. J.Hale. 

Andrew A. Kincannon. 



A. W. Evans. 
P. S. Stevens. 
A. W. Birdwell. 



Caroline S. Woodruff. 



J. M. Botts. 

J. G. Shelton. 

John Manuel Gandy. 

Mrs. G. P. Kelly. 

C. C. Hancock. ' 

H. E. Logan. 

J. H. St. Clare Walker, 

W. E. Kno.x. 

Chas. E. Brown. 



D. B. Waldo. 
Alexander C. Roberts. 
N. D. Showalter. 
George H. Black. 



C. C. Rossey. 
R. P. Sims. 
Joseph Rosier. 
E. G. Rohrbough. 
W. H. S. White. 
Howard J. McGinnis. 



E. J. Young. 

A. W. Zellmer. 
J. H. Lasher. 
J. M. Lorschcter. 
J. F. Cavanaugh. 
M. C. Palmer. 

F. E. Jaastad. 
H. A. Schofield. 
E. L. Mendenhall. 
Frank J. Lowth. 



2 Established but not in operation until June, 1923. 



104 



EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 



XV. — Presidents, etc., op Institutions for the Training op Teachers — Con. 

11. I'KINCirALS OF NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOLS— Continued. 
1. Public Normal Schooh—Cont'mued. 



Location. 


Name of institution. 


President. 


wiPCONSiN— contd. 
ICjiiikflnnft 


Outaeamie County Training .School 


W. P. Haginan 




State Normal Scliool 


F. A. Cotton 




Rusk County Training Srhool 


Adele Felch. 


Mmiilowoo 


Manitowoc County Trachors' Training School... 
Stephen'^on Training Scliool 


Fred Christiansen 


Afiiriiipt tP 


W. E. Morton 




Taylor County Training School 


J. H. Wheelock. 


Mono^nonic 


Dunn County Teaclicrs' Training School 


Elizabeth Alien. 


Morrill 


Lincoln ("ounty Normal School E. W. McCrarv. 


Milwaukee 


State Normal School 


Carroll G. Pearse. 


Monroe 


Green County Normal School 

Juneau County Teachers' Training School 

Waupaca County Training School for Teachers. . 
State Normal Scliool 


C. II. Dietz. 


New Lisbon 


C. W. McNowa. 


New London 


Ellis N.Calef. 


O^hknsh 


H. A. Brown. 


Pbillins 


Price County Training School 


Wm. Milne. 


Plntfovillo 


State Normal School 


Asa M. Royce. 
Nellie Thomas. 


T'lvmouth 


Sheboygan County Training School 


Rcedsbmg 

Rhinclander .. . 


Saulc County N ormal School 


J. E. Phillips. 
M. V. Bovce. 


Oneida County Normal School 


Rice Lake 


Barron County Rural Normal School L. P. Bunker. 


Richland Center 

River Fall^ 


Richland County Normal School 

State Normal School 


L. C. Johnson. , 
J. H. Ames. 


^t f'rniv Falls 


Polk County Training School 


R. C. Bigford. 


Stpvpns Point 


State Normal School 


John F. Sims. 




do 


J. A. Merrill. 


T'nion G rove 


Racine and Kenosha Counties Training School 

for Teachers. 
Vernon County Normal School 


A. J. Smith. 




C. L. HiU. 




Marathon County Training School 


D. A. Swartz. 




Waushara County Training School 


E. J. Fitzpatrick. 


\VIiifp\vatpr 


State N ormal School 


F. S. Hyer. 
M. H. Jackson. 


Wisconsin Rapids 


Wood County Teachers' Training School 



2. Private normal schools. 



TuskeKee, Ala [ 

Denver, Colo i 

New Haven, Conn 

Rexburg. Idaho ; 

Chicago, III ' 

Do 

Do 

Oak Park, 111 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Wavcrly, Iowa 

Lexington, Ky 

Louisa, Ky 

A mmendale , Md 

Boston, Mass 

Do 

Cambridge, Mass 

Battle Creek, Mich 

Madison, Minn 

New Ulm. Minn 

Independence, Mo 

Seward, Nebr 

Newark, N. J 



Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute i 

Denver Normal and Preparatory School 

New Haven Normal School of Gymnastics 

Ricks Normal College 

American College of Physical Education 

Chicago Normal School of Physical Education... 
Columbia Normal School of Physical Education. 

Concordia Teachers' College 

Normal College of the American Gymnastic 
Union. 

Wartburg Normal College 

Chandler Normal School ' 



Ithaca.N.y 

New York, N. Y 

Do 

Do 

Raleigh, N . C 

Maria Stein, Ohio 

New Lexington, Ohio. 

Urbana, Ohio 

Mount Angel, Oregon. 

Oswego, Oreg 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Charleston, S. C 

Canton, S. Dak 



Kentucky Normal College. 

Ammendale Normal Institute , 

Boston School of Physical Education , 

Posse Normal School of Gymnastics , 

Sargent School for Physical Education 

Normal School of Physical Education 

Lutheran Normal School 

Dr. Mart in Luther College 

Independence Institute of Arts and Science 

The Lutheran Seminary 

Newark Normal School of Physical Education 
and Hygiene. 

Ithaca School of Physical Education 

Chalif Russian Normal School of Dancing 

Savage School of Physical Education , 

VestofT-Serova School of Dancing 

St. Augustine's School ' 

Normal School of the Precious Blood 

St. Aloysius Academy Normal School 

Curry Normal and Industrial Institute ' 

Mount Angel Normal School 

Marylhurst Normal School 

Gralz College 

Avery Normal Institute ' 

Lutheran Normal School 



R. R. Mot on. 
M. F. Miller. 
E. Hermann Arnold. 
Geo. S. Romney. 
M. A. Wood. 
Frances Musselman. 
Marv A. Blood. 
W. C. Kohn. 
Emil Rath. 

Aug. Engelbrecht. 
Frederic J. WerMng. 
Walter M. Byington. 
Brother Dorotheus. 
Marguerite Sanderson. 
Hartvig Nissen. 

D. A. Sargent. 
Linda M. Roth, dean. 

E. R. Rorem. 

E. R. Bliefemicht. 
Waller Wavne Smith. 

F. W. C. Jesse. 
Henry Panzer. 

A. H. Sharpe. 
Louis H. ChaUf. 
Watson L. Savage. 
Veronine Vestoff . 
Edgar H. Goold. 
Sister M. AngeUne. 
Mother Dorothy. 
E. W. B. Curry. 
S. M. Rose. 

Mother Alphousus Mary. 
Henry M. Speaker. 
Benj. F. Cox. 
J.N. Brown. 



For colored perscms. 



PRESIDENTS, ETC., OF TRAINING SCHOOLS. 105 

XV. — Presidents, etc., of Institutions for the Training of Teachers — Con. 

II. PRINCIPALS OF NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOLS— Continued. 
2. Private normal scftoois— Continued. 



Location. 



Sioux Falls, S. Dat... 

Martin , Tenn 

Memphis, Tenn 

MornstowH, Tenn 

St. George, Utah 

Hampton, Va 

Seattle. Wash 

Spokane. Wash 

Harpers Ferry, W. Va 



Name of institution. 



Augustana College and Normal School 

Hall-Moody Normal School 

Le Moyne Normal Institute i 

Morristown Normal and Industrial College '.. 

Dixie Normal College 

Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute i 
Holy Names Academy and Normal School. . . 

Holy Names Academy Normal School 

Storer College 1 



President. 



CO. Solberg. 
James T. AVarren. 
(Miss) J. A. Smith. 
Judson S. Hill. 
Joseph K. Nicholcs. 
James E. Gregg. 
Sister M. Dolorosa. 
Sister Mary Agatha. 
H. T. McDonald. 



III. DIRECTORS OF KINDERGARTEN TRAINING IN COLLEGES, NORMAL SCHOOLS 
AND KINDERGARTEN TRAINING SCHOOLS. 



Location. 



AEIZONA. 



Flagstaff. 
Tempe... 



CALIFOKNIA. 



Berkeley 

Chico 

Fresno 

Los Angeles. . . 

Do 

Pasadena 

San Francisco. 
San Jose 



COLORADO. 



Greeley . . . 
Gunnison. 



Name of institution. 



Director of kindergarten train- 



ing. 



Northern Normal School ■ Mildred Julian 

Tempe Normal School of Arizona : Clara S. Brow-n. 



Barnard ICindergarten Training School ' Grace Everett Barnard 

State Teachers' College ' Marion Barbour. 

^o I Nellie Hamilton... 



Southern Branch University of California 

Miss Fulmer's School 

Broadoaks Kindergarten Training School 
State Teachers' College 

....do : 



state Teachers" College 

Colorado State Normal School. 



CONNECTICUT. 



Bridgeport. 



I 



Do... 
Danbury. 
Hartford. 



New Britain. 
Willimantic. . 



DLSTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



Washington. 

Do 

Do 



The Fannie A. Smith Kindergarten Training 
School. 

Connecticut Froebel Normal School 

State Normal School 

Culver-Smith Kindergarten Training School 

State Normal School 

do 



FLORIDA. 



Miami 

Tallahassee . 



GEORGU. 



Atlanta. 



HAWAn. 



Honolulu 

ILLINOIS. 



Chicago. 

Do.. 

Do.. 

Do.. 

Do.. 
Normal . 



Columbia Kindergarten Training School . 

J. Ormond Wilson Normal School 

Myrtilla Miner Normal School (colored) . . . 



Miami Kindergarten Normal School. 
State College for Women 



Ethel B. Waring. 
Grace Fulmer. 
Ada Mae Brooks. 
Anna Stovall. 
Isabel O. MacKenzie. 



Genevieve Lvford. 
SteUa H. Yowell. 



Fannie A. Smith. 

Mary C. Mills. 

Marguerite L. Wheeler. 

M. Lima Culver and Louise 

Smith. 
May Heath Noyes. 
Louise J. Greathead. 



Sarah K. Lippincott. 
Jane M. McKnew. 
Irma A. Craig. 



Mrs. Frances Dolan. 
Mrs. Elma B. Ealv. 



Atlanta University (colored) | Katherine A. Davis. 



Honolulu Free Kindergarten Training School 



Frances Lawrence. 



Mrs. Mary Boomer Page. 
Alice Temple. 



Chicago Teachers' College 

School of Education, Chicago University 

National Kindergarten and Elementary CoUege. . jEdna Dean'Baker. 

Pestalozzi-Froebel Teacher's College Mrs. B. H. Hegner 

Chicago Normal College Olive Russeil. 

Ilhnois State Normal University | Marguerite E. Lee. 



im 



EDUCATIONAL, DIR.E(rrORY, 1922-1923. 



XV. — Presidents, etc.. of Institutions for the Training of Teachers — Con. 

III. DIRECTORS OF KINDERGARTEN TRAINING IN COLLEGES, NORMAL SCHOOLS 
AND KINDERGARTEN TRAINING SCHOOLS— Continued. 



Location. 


Name of institution. 


Director of kindergarten train- 
ing. 


INDIANA. 

Indianapolis 


Teachers' College of Indianapolis 


Mrs. Eliza A Blalter 


IOWA. 

Dcs Moines 


Drake University 


Irene Hirsch, 


Cedar Falls 


Iowa State Teachers' College... 


Helen Jcinies. 


KAN.S.4.S. 

Emporia 


State Normal School 


Ac'osa N. Harris 


Hav.s 


Fort Havs Kansas Normal School. 


Luella Mc'iee 


Pittsburg 


Mamial Training Normal School 


Agnes Allender. 
Mrs. R. D. Allen. 


KENTUCKY. 

Louisville 


Louisville Normal School 


LOUISIANA. 

New Orleans 


• 
New Orleans Normal School 


Frances Randolph. 
Elizabeth Silkmaa. 


MARYLAND. 

Baltimore 


Affordby Kindergart^a-Priroary Normal School. 
Goucher College 


Do 


SteUa A. McCarty. 
Winifred Weldin. 


Do 


Baltimore Teachers' 'Traimnf; School 


Do 


Baltimore Teachers' Training School (colored) . . . 
Boston Normal College 


CaroljTi L. Cook. 


MASSACHUSETTS. 

Boston 


Marv C. Shute. 


Do 


Miss Nicl's Kindergarten-Primary Training 

School. 
Perry Kindergarten Normal School 


Harriet Niel. 


Do 


Mrs. Harriet H. Jones. 


Do 


Miss "Wheelock's Kindergarten Training School. . 
State Normal School 


Lucy Wheelock. 




Amiie M. WeOs. 


Cambridee 


Lesley Normal School 


Mrs. Edith L. Wolfard. 


North Adams 


State Normal School 


Fannie A. Bishop. 
Hattie Twichell. 


Springfield 


Springfield Kindergarten Training School 

State Normal School 




F.mma Ti. HamTnond. 


Worcester 


do 


Anna A. Kingman. 
Ruth Bristol. 


MICHIGAN. 

Detroit 


Detroit Teachers' College 


Kalamazoo 


Western State Teachers' College 


Fiances Kem. 


Marquette 


Northern State Normal School 


H. Susan Bates. 


Mount Pleasant 


Central State Normal School 


Helen R. Emmons. 


Ypsilanti 


Michigan State Normal College 


D. H. Roberts. 


MINNESOTA. 

Diiluth 


State Teachers' College 


Helen C. Steele. 


Mankato ... 


do 


Martha V. Collins. 


Minnuaj)olis ......... 


Minneapolis Kindergarten Association Normal 

School. 
State Teachers' College 


Stella Louise Wood. 


Moorhead 


Mrs. R. H. Durbarow. 


St. Cloud.. . 


do 


Beuiah Douglass. 


Winona ._ 


do 


Louis Sutherland. 


MLSSISSIPPI. 

Columbus . 


Mississippi State College for Women 


Florence Parker. 


MISSOUEI. 

Cape Girardeau 

Kansas City 


Southeast Missouri State Teachers' College 

Teacher Trainini; College 


M. G. Simms. 
E. A. Uotchkiss. 


Sprins^field 


Southwest Missouri State Teachers' College 

Wilson Kindergarten-Primary Institute 


Dora Uennicke. 


St. Louis 


Mabel A. Wilson. 


Warrensburg 


Central Missouri State Teachers' College 


Julia Scott. 


MONTANA. 

Dillon 


State Normal College 


Ohve Roberts, 



PRESIDENTS, ETC., OF TRAINING SCHOOLS. 107 

XV. — Presidents, etc., op Institutions for the Training op Teachers — Con. 

III. DIRECTORS OF KINDERGARTEN TRAINING IN COLLEGES, NORMAL SCHOOLS, 
AND KINDERGARTEN TRAINING SCHOOLS— Continued. 



Location. 



Name of institution. 



Director of kindergarten train- 
ing. 



NEBRASKA. 



Kearney 

Lincoln 

Omaha 

Peru 

University Place. 
Wa.vne 



NEW JERSEY. 



Montclair . 
Nc'.ark... 
Trenton... 



NEW MEXICO. 

La.s Vegas 

NEW YORK. 



Brooklyn... 

Buiialo 

Cortland . . . 
Fredonia. . . 

Gencseo 

Herkimer . . 
New Paltz. 
New York. 

Do... . 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Oneonta — 

Oswego 

Pot-sdam... 
Rochester.. 
Syracuse . . . 



NORTH CAROLINA 

Raleigh 

NORTH DAKOTA. 



Bottineau . . 
Valley City. 



OHIO. 



Akron 

Athens 

Cincninati. 



Do.... 
Cleveland. 

Do.... 
Columbus. 

Dayton 

Kent 

Oberlin... 
Toledo 



OKLAHOMA. 



Oklahoma City 

PENNSYLVANIA. 



Blooinsburg 

California 

Clarion 

East Stroudsburg. 

Erie 

Harrisburg 

Jenkintown 

Kutztown 



State Normal School and Teachers' College. 

University of Nebraska 

U nivcrsity of Omaha 

State Normal School and Teachers' College. 

Nebraska Wesleyan University 

State Normal School and Tesicliers' College. 



State Normal School . 

....do 

....do 



New Mexico Normal University. 



Training School for Teachers 

State Normal School 

State Normal and Training School 

State Normal School 

....do 

Folts Mission Institute 

State Normal School 

Harriet M. Mills Kindergarten Training School- 
Ethical Culture School 

Hunter College of the City of New York 

New York Training School for Teachers 

Teachers' College, Columbia University 

Training School of the Froebcl League 

State Normal School 

. ...do 

...do 

City Normal School 

Training School for Teachers „.. 



St. Augustine's School (colored). 



Forestry State Normal School. 
State Normal College 



Municipal University 

Ohio University , 

Cincinnati Association Kindergarten Training 
School. 

Cincinnati Missionary Training School 

Cleveland Kindergarten Traimng School , 

Cleveland School of Education 

Columbus Normal School , 

Dayton Normal School , 

State Normal School 

Oberhn Kindergarten "Training School 

Law Froebel Kindergarten Training School 



Oklahoma City CoUege. 



State Normal School 

Southwestern State Normal School 

State Normal School 

do 

Erie Branch of Edinboro State Normal School. 

Froebel Kindergarten Training School 

Beechwood School 

State Normal School 



Agnes Knutzon. 
Clara O. Wilson. 
Helen C.Clarke. 
Lucy L. Ro^enquist. 
Fa3e Bonnell. 
Alwine Luers. 



Nora At wood. 
Harriet P. Cari)enter. 
Meredith Smith. 



Birdie F. Adams. 



Ruth E. Tappan. 

Louise M. Cassety. 

Bertha L. Hill. 

Edith L. Barber. 

Anne S. Blake. 

Amy Quakenbush. 

Ruth M. Havens. 

Harriet M. Mills. 

Jessica E. Beers. 

Marie Bell Coles. 

M. Blanche Bosworth. 

Patty S. Hill. 

Mrs. Marion B. B. Langzettel. 

PauUne Peters. 

EHzabeth G. Holmes. 

Wilhelmina Caldwell. 

Mary Jean Miller. 

Maude C. Stewart. 



Carolyn G. Dickerman. 



Mrs. Harriet E. Daniels. 
Emma Flinn. 



Mrs. Agatha Schlenker Howes. 
Constance T. McLeod. 
LilUan H. Stone. 

Lottie N. Sinnett. 
May Hill. 
Grace L. Brown. 
Elizabeth Samuel. 
Anna Littell. 
Clara D. Hitchcock. 
Clara May. 
Marv E. Law. 



Mary E. Harris. 



A. H. Azadian. 
Bessie Ottoson. 
Lvdia MilUnger. 
Gertrude M. Rogers. 
AUce Carbin Sies. 
Evelyn Barrington. 
Eula Ableson. 
Dorothy Bell. 



108 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

XV. — Presidents, etc., of Institutions for the Training of Teachers— Con, 

III. DIRECTORS OF KINDERGARTEN TRAINING IN COLLEGES, NORMAL SCHOOLS, 
AND KINDERGARTEN TRAINING SCHOOLS— Continued. 



Location. 



PENNSYLVANIA— con. 



Lock Haven . . . 

Mansfield 

MillersviUe 

Philadelphia . . 

Do 

Do 

Pittsburgh 

Shippensbnrg. 
Slijipery Rock. 
AVcst Chester.. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

Providence 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



fIreenviUe. 
Rock Hill. 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 



Aberdeen . 
Madison. . , 



TENNES.SEE. 

Nashville 

TEXA.S. 

Belton 

Canyon 

Dallas 

Denton 

Do 

HuntsviUe 

San Marcus 

Seminary Hill 



UTAH. 



Provo 

Salt Lake City . 



VIRGINIA. 



FarmvLUe 

Harri.sonburg. 
Richmond 



WASHINGTON. 

Eilensburg 

WISCONSIN. 



Milwaukee. 
Superior . . . 



Name of institution. 



Central State Normal School , 

State Normal School 

do 

Philadelphia Normal School 

Temple University 

Trainiiis; School for Kindergartners , 

Training School for Teachers, Colfax School, No. 1 

Cumberland Valley State Normal School , 

State Normal School , 

do..: 



Rhode Island College of Education. 



Greenville Women's College. 
Winthrop College 



Northern Normal and Industrial School. 
State Normal School 



George Peabody Teachers' College. 



Baylor College 

West Texas State Normal College 

Kindergarten Normal School 

North Texas State Normal College 

College of IndustrUa Arts 

Sam Houston Institute 

Southwest Texas State Normal College. 
Baptist Theological Seminary 



Brigham Young University. 
University of Utah , 



State Normal School 

do 

City Normal Training School. 



State Normal School. 



State Normal School . 
do 



Director of kindergarten train- 
ing. 



Jessie Scott Himes. 
Cornelia Cornish. 
Charlotte Eckfeldt. 
Mary Adair. 
Lucinda P. MacKenzie. 
Adelaide T. Illman. 
Ruth E. Boyce. 
Mary Rachel" Harris. 
Hazel Wertman. 
Margaret Burnet. 



Mary A. L. Easton. 



Kitty T. Perrm. 
Minnie Macfeat. 



i^ida M. Williams. 
Nina Baumgart.en. 



Bessie BuUock. 



Jennie M. Hardy. 
Edna E. Haines. 
Mary K. Drew. 
Fraiilde L. Compton. 
Martha D. Fink. 
Annie J. Workman. 
Helen M. Christianson. 
Bertha Mitchell. 



Ida Smoot Dusenberry. 
Rose Jones. 



Jeannette V. Edwards. 
Mary L. Seeger. 
Katherinc Bullock. 



Clara Meisner. 



Louise M. Alder. 
Caroline D. Barbour. 



DIRECTOES OF SUMMER SCHOOLS. 
XVI. — Directors or Summer Schools. 



109 



I. UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS. 



Location. 



ALABAMA. 



Anburn 

Birmingham. 

Do 

Daphne 

Florence 

Jaelfsonville.. 
Livingston... 
Montevallo... 



Montsomery . 
Normal 



Plateau . 



Troy 

Tuslregee. 



University. 



ARIZONA. 



Summer school. 



Alabama Poljlechnic Institute 

Birmingham-Southern College 

Howard College 

State Normal School 

do 

do 

do 

Alabama Technical Institute and Col- 
lege for Women. 

State Normal School (colored) 

State Agricultural and Mechanical 
Institute (colored). 

Mobile County Training School (col- 
ored). 

State Normal School 

Tuskegee Normal and Industrial In- 
stitute (colored). 

University of Alabama 



Flagstaff. 
Tucson... 



Northern Arizona Normal School. 
University of Arizona 



CALIFORNIA. 



Areata 

Berkeley... 
Claremont . 
Fresno 



La gun a Beach. 

Los Angeles 

Do 



Do 

Pacific Grove. 



St. Helena 

San Diego 

San Francisco.. 

San Jose 

Do 

Santa Barbara . 
SLsson 



Stanford University. 
Swanton 



COLORADO. 

Boulder 

Colorado Springs. . 
Denver 



Do 

Fort, Collins. 

Golden 

Greeley 

Gimnison. .. 



Humboldt State Teachers' College 

University of California 

Pomona College 

Sierra Summer School (Fresno State 

Teachers' College). 
Pomona College Marine Laboratory. . . 

Miss Fulmer's School 

University of California (Southern 

Branch). 

University of Southern California 

Hopkins' Marine Station of Leland 

Stanford LTniversity. 

Pacific Union College 

State Teachers' College of San Diego . . 
State Teachers' College of San Francisco 

College of Notre Dame 

State Teachers' College of San Jose 

StateTeachers'CollegeofSantaBarbara 
Mount Shasta Summer School (Chico 

State Teachers' College). 

Leland Stanford Jumor University 

Schoolof Surveying, University of Cali- 
fornia. 



University of Colorado 

Colorado College 

Denver Normal and Preparatory 
School. 

University of Denver 

Colorado Agricultural College 

Colorado School of Mines 

State Teachers " College 

State Normal School 



Director in 1922. 



Probable date of 
session in 1923. 



Zebulon Judd 

Roy E. Hoke 

WiiUam E. Bohannou. 

Claude Hardy 

Henrv J. WiUingham. 

C. w; Dausette 

G. W. Brock 

Omer Carmichael 



G. A. Payne. 
W. C. Davis. 



Isaiah J. Whitley . 



E. M. Shackelford. 
E. C. Roberts 



Opening. 



June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
...do. 
June 



June 
June 



ARKANSAS. 



Batesville j Arkan.sas College 

Conway i Hendrix College, School for Ministers. . 

Do i State Normal School 

FayetteviUe i University of Arkansas 

Fordyce \ Dallas County Training School (col- 

i ored). 

Little Rock | Little Rock College 

Pine Bluff Branch Normal School (colored) 



James J. Doster i June 3 



fL. B. McMullen. 

[E. R. Riesen 

J. O. Creager 



W. S. Lacy 

J. H. Reynolds... 
B. W. Torreyson. 

J. R. Jewell 

S. J. Anderson... 



H. A. Heagney. 
R. E. Malone. . 



N. B. Van Matre 

Walter Morris Hart.. 

W. P. RusseU 

C. L. McLane , 



W. A. Hilton 

Grace Fulmer 

Walter Morris Hart . 



jjune 18 
June 15 



June 7 
June 14 
June 11 
June 18 
May 15 

July 10 
June 1 



June 20 

June 25 

June 20 

July 1 

June 21 

July 2 

r..do.... 



Lester Burton Rogers. 
W. K. Fisher 



..do.... 
June 22 



Milo G. Derham ' June 

Guy H. Albright ...do. 

M. F. Miller June 



18 
li' 
18 



Closing. 



May 31 
June 4 

June 



W.E.Nelson June 1 

Irving E . Outcalt i June 25 

Frederic Burk ...do. . . . 

Sister Julia i June 24 

W. W. Kemp June 26 

Clarence L. Phelps , June 25 

CM. Osenbaugh i June 20 

Ray Lyman Wilbur.. j June 19 
F. S. Foote i May 17 



Aug. 28 
Aug. 18 
Aug. 22 
Aug. 28 
Aug. 20 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 29 

Aug. 9 
July 14 



3 ; July 15 



Wilbur D.Engle j June 18 Aug. 31 

George T. A verv {...do Sept. 2 

Victor C. Alderson July 15 Sept. 1 

John G . Crabbe \ June 11 Aug. 23 

Samuel Quigley June 18 l Aug. 24 



Aug. 17 
July 13 

Aug. 21 



Aug. 24 
Aug. 10 



July 25 
June 28 
June 25 
July 28 
June 15 

Aug. 24 
June 30 



July 30 
Aug. 4 
Aug. 2 
Aug. 12 

Aug. 7 
Julv 21 
Aug. 11 

Do. 
Sept. 1 

Aug. 25 
Aug. 3 

Do. 
Aug. 7 
Aug. 10 

Do. 
Aug. 12 

Sept. 1 
June 14 



Aug. 31 
Do. 
Aug. 16 



267]4"'— 23- 



-8 



110 EDUCATIOFAI. DIKECTOEY, 1922-1923. 

XVI. — Directors of Summer Schools — ^Con-tinued. 

I. UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS— Continued. 



Location. 



CONNECTICUT. 

New Haven 

New Haven (Yale 

Station). 
Storrs- 

DELAWARE. 

Newark 

DISTRICT OF COLUM- 
BIA. 

Washington 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Washington (Tako- 
ma Pai'k). 

FLORIDA. 



Gainesville. , 
Tallahassee. 



Summer school. 



GEORGIA. 



Athens 

Do 

Atlanta 

Do 

Dahlonega 

Emory University. 

Macon 

MiUedgeviUe 

Oglethorpe Univer- 
sity. 

Valdosta 

Young Harris 

HAWAn. 

Honolulu 



IDAHO. 



Albion . . . 
CaldwcU. 
Lewiston. 
Moscow . . 
Pocatello. 
Eexburg. 



ILLINOIS. 

Carbondale — 
Carthage 



Charleston. 
Chicago 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



New Haven Normal School of Gym- 
nastics. 

State Board of Education Summer 
School. 

Connecticut Agricultural College 



University of Delaware. 



American University 

Catholic Sisters CoUege 

George Washington University... 
National University Law School. . 
Washington Missionary College... 



University of Florida 

Florida State College for Women. 



State Normal School ^. 

University of Georgia 

Georgia School of Technology 

Morehouse College (colored) 

North Georgia Agricultural College. 

Emory University 

Mercer University 

Georgia State CoUegefor Women 

Oglethorpe University 



Director in 1922. 



E . Hermann Arnold 

J. L. Meader 

Richard E. Dodge.. 

W. A. Wilkinson 



A. H. Putney 

P.J. McCormick... 
W. C. Ruediger.... 
Charles F. Carusi... 
Henry A. Morrison. 



J. W. Norman. . . 
Edward Conradi. 



Prob'ible date of 
session in 1923. 



Opening. 



South Georgia State Woman's CoUege 
Young L. G. Harris CoUege 



Territorial Normal and Training 
School. 



Albion State Normal School... 

CoUege of Idaho 

Lewiston State Normal School 

University of Idaho 

Idaho Technical Institute 

Ricks Normal CoUoge 



Southern Illinois State Normal Uni- 
versity. 
Carthage College 

Easternlllinois State Teachers' College 

American College of Physical Educa- 
tion. 

-Armour Institute of Technology 

Chicago N ormal College ". 

Chicago Normal School of Physical 
Education. 

Chicago Teachers' College 

Columbia Normal School of Physical 
Education. 

De Paul University 

Lewis Institute 

Loyola University 



J. S. Stewart 

do 

A. B. Morton 

S.H. Archer ^. 

M. D. DuBose 

Ralph E. Wager.. 

Peyton Jacob 

John W. Good 

Thorn weU Jacobs. 



July 25 

July 3 

July 9 

June 25 



June 20 
July 1 
Jime 18 
June 15 
June 1 



Jtrae 12 
June 13 



June 25 
-do. 



R. H. Powell. 
VerdieMiUer.. 



William MacCluskey . 



C. E.Bocock 

Orma J. Smith... 
Oliver M. EUiott. 
J. F. Messenger. . 
Charles H. Lewis. 
Stanley HoweU. . 



H. W.Shryock. 



(■No summer school, 
1922). 

L. C.Lord 

M. A. Wood 



J. C. Penn 

William B. Owen 

Frances Musselman . . . 

Mary Boomer Page 

Mary A. Blood 



D. A. Duggan 

G. N. Carman 

Frederick Siedenburg. 



JiUy 15 
June :12 
June 7 
June 11 
...do...., 
Jmie 15 
June 5 

June 1 
May 15 



Jtme 27 



.Tune 11 

..do 

..do 

..do 

June 10 
June 4 



June 21 

June 18 

June 11 
June 19 

June 25 

..do 

July 2 

June 15 
Jime 19 

Juno 27 
Jime 25 
..do 



Closing. 



Aug. 29 
Aug. 9 
July 30 

Aug. 3 



Sept. 1 
Aug. 11 
Aug. 18 
Aug. 31 
July 28 



Aug. 10 
Aug. 9 



Aug. 10 
Aug. 20 
Sept. 15 
July 23 
July 15 
Aug. 29 
Aug. 24 
July 26 
Aug. 17 

Julv 10 
July 11 



Aug. 7 



Aug. 10 
Aug. 11 
Aug. 10 

Do. 

Do. 
Aug. 3 



Aug. 31 

July 30 

Aug. 31 
July 23 

Aug. 3' 
Julv 27 
Aug. 11 

July 30 
July 28 

Aug. 4 
Aug. at 
Aug. S 



DIRECTOBS OF SUMMER SCHOOLS. 



Ill 



XVI. — Directors of Summer Schools — Continued. 

I. UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS— Continued. 



Location. 



ILLINOIS — continued. 
Chicago 



Do 

Do 

Do 

DelCalb 

Evanston — 

Do 

Lincoln , 

Macomb 

JJomial 

Peoria 

Rock Island. 



TJrbana . . 
Wkeaton. 



Angola 

Bloomington. 

Danville 

Evans\'i!le. .. 

Franklin 

Goshen 

Greencastle... 

Hanover 

Indianapolis.. 

Do 

Do 

Do 



Do 

La Fayette. 
Miincie 



Korth Manchester... 
Notre Dame 

Do 

Oakland City 

St. Marv of the 
Woods" 

Tere Haute , 

Valpai aiso , 

Vin'cennes 

Winona Lake 

Do 



Summer school. 



IOWA. 



Ames. 



Cedar Falls.... 
Cedar Rapids. 
Des Moines 

Do 

IDubtique 

Do. 

Do 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Indianola 

Iowa City 

Jowa Fails — 
Milford 



Mount Pleasant . 
Mount Vernon.. 

Oskaloosa 

Sioux City 

Storm Lake 



National Kindergarten and Ele- 
mentary College. 
Pestalozzi-Froebel Teachers' College. . 
St. Francis Xavier College for Women. 

University of Chicago 

Northern Illinois Statu Teachers' College 

Garrett Bibhcal Institute 

Northwestern University 

Lincoln University 

Western Illinois State Teachers' College 

lU inois State Normal University , 

Bradley Polytechnic Institute , 

Augustana College and Theological 
Seminary. 

University of IlUnois 

Wheaton College 



Tri-State College 

Indiana University 

Central Normal College 

E vansville College 

FrankUn College 

Goshen College 

De Pauw University 

Hanover College 

Butler College 

Indiana Central College 

Indiana University School of Medicine. 

Normal College of the American Gym- 
nastic Union. 

Teachers ' College of Indianapolis 

Purdue University , 

Indiana State Normal School (Eastern 
Division). 

Manchester College 

St. Mar.y's College and Academy 

University of Notre Dame ". 

Oakland City College 

St . Mary of.the Woods College , 



State Normal School 

\"alparaiso University 

Vincennes University 

Indiana University Biological Station. 
Winona Normal School 



Iowa State College of Agriculture.and 

Mechanic Arts. 

Iowa State Teachers' College 

Coe College 

Des Moines University 

Drake ITniversity 

Columbia College 

Mount St. Joseph College 

University of Dubuque ^. . 

Parsons College ^ 

Upper Iowa University 

Simpson College 

State University of Iowa. 

Ellsworth College 

Lakeside Laboratory of Iowa State 

University. 

Iowa Wesleyan College 

Cornell College 

Penn College 

Morningside College 

Buena Vista College 



Director in 1922. 



Edna Dean Baker. 



Bertha Hofer Hegner. . 

Mother M . Irma 

Harry Pratt J udsou . . . 

J. Stanley Brown 

Charles M . Stuart 

ClvdeL. Grose 

H."L. Rickert 

rw. P. Morgan 

[E.E.VanCleve 

Dav^id Felmley 

Albert F. Siepert 

G. A. Andreen 



Probable date of 
session in 1923. 



C. E. Chadsey. 
W. F. Rice...., 



L. M. Sniff.. 

Henry Lester Smith . . 

Jonathan Rigdon 

Charles E. Torbet 

Henry N. Sherwood.. 

John J. Fisher. 

John L. Beyl 

Clem O. Thompson.. 

Robert J. Aley 

H.W. Marshall 

Charles P. Emerson -. 
EmilRath 



Eliza A. Blaker.... 
George L. BobertS- 
T. J. Breitwieser.,.. 



Otho Winger.. 

Sister Francis Inez 

ilatthew Walsh , 

W. P. Dearing 

Mother Mar j- Cleophas . 

L. N. Hines 

M.J. Bowman , 

W. Halnon 

Will Scott 

G. C. Brandenburg 



K. E. Buchanan. 



H.H. Seerley 

W.S. Newell 

C. E. Germane 

W. F. Barr 

E.D. Howard.. 

Sister Mary Gervase. . 

R. A. French 

Howard McDonald .. 

W. C. Mongold 

Charles Deich 

Charles Heald Weller. 

Ido F. Meyer 

Frank A. Stromsten. . 



H. E. Jaaues 

William E. A. Slaght. 

F. C. Stanley 

M. E. Graber 

A.M.Boyd 



Opening. 



June 12 

June 20 
June 25 
June 20 
June 4 
June 18 
June 2.5 

...do 

June 11 
July 20 
June 11 
June IS 
June 15 

Jtme 18 
June 25 



June 5 
Jime 7 
May 29 
June 20 
May 28 
June 18 
June 6 
June 11 
June 16 
May 28 
June 7 
July 2 

June 12 
June 14 
June 18 

May .28 
June 29 
June 25 
Jime — 
Jime 25 

June 16 
May 29 
June 11 
June 9 
June 15 



Jime 9 

Jime 6 
June 11 
June 10 
June 11 
June 21 
June — 

J.UU8 18 

June 14 
June 11 
June fi 
June 7 
June 11 
June 18 

June 11 
...do.... 
Jime 18 
June 7 
June 20 



Closing. 



Aug. 15 

July 30 
Aug. 6 
Sept. 1 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 31 
Aug. IS 
July 3 
July 17 
Aug. 30 
Aug. 29 
Sept. 1 
Aug. 1 

Aug. 11 
Aug. 16 



Aug. 23 

Aug. 24 

Aug. 10 

Aug. 25 

Aug. 10 

Aug. 22 

Aug. 17 

Aug. 31 

Aug. 10 

Aug. 17 

July 25 

Aug. 4 



Sept. 3 
Aug. 15 
Aug. 25 

Aug. 17 
Aug. 8 
Aug. 7 
Aug. — 
Aug. 3 

Aug. 27 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 18 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 25 



Aug. 31 

Aug. 24 

Aug. 18 

Aug. 21 

Aug. 28 

Aug. 5 

Aug. — 
Aug. 25 

Aug. 23 

Aug. 18 

Aug. 11 

Aug. 24 

Aug. 18 

Aug. 25 

Aug. 18 
Aug. 11 
Aug. 25 
Aug.' 9 
July 27 



112 EDUCATION^VL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

XVI. — Directors of Summer Schools — Continued. 
I. UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS— Continued. 



Local ion. 



I 



Probable date of 
session in 1923. 



Summer school. 



Director in 1922. 



Opening. 



Closing. 



KANf!\S. 



Atchison 

Baldwin Cily 
Emporia....". 

Hays 

Kansas City.. 

Lawrence 

I,indsborg 

McPhcrson... 
Manliattan... 

Newton 

Pittsburg 

Salina 

Topeka 

Wichita 

Do 



Winficld. 



KENTUCETT. 

Berea 

Bowling Green.. 



Frankfort. 



Lexington. 
Louisville. . 
Richmond. 



Williamsburg. 
Winchester . . . 



LOXnSIANA. 



Baton Rouge. 
Franklinton . . 



Natchitoches. 
New Orleans. 

Do 

Pineville 

Shreveport... 



MAINE. 



Castine 

Farmington., 

Gorman 

l>e\riston 

Machias 

Orono , 

Presque Isle. 
Technology.. 



MAR'i'LAND. 



Baltimore. 

Do.... 

Do.... 

Do.... 
Bowie 



College Park. 
EllieottCity. 

Frostburg 

Towson 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Amhtr.-;t. 
Boston... 

Do... 

Do... 

Do... 



St. Benedicts College , 

Baker I'niversity , 

Kansas Stat r- Normal School 

Fort Hays Kansas Normal School 

Kansas Cit y University 

I'niversity of Kansas 

Bel hany College 

MePherson College 

Kansas State Agricultural College 

Bet hel College ' 

State Manual Training Normal School. 

Kansas Wesleyan University 

Washburn College 

Fairmount College 

Friend's University 



Southwestern College . 



Martin Veth , 

C. S. Parmenter 

Norman Triplctt 

W. A. Lewis 

F. W. Mav 

R. A. Kent 

Emil O. Deere 

J. A. Blair 

E. L. Hohon 

J. H. Langen waiter.. 
W. A. Brandenburg. . . 
A. H. King 

D. L. McEachron 

F. A.Nefl 

(No summer school, 

1922.) 
MarkEwald 



Berea College 

AVestem Kentucky State Normal 
School and Teachers' Cx)llege. 

Kentucky Normal and Industrial In- 
stitute (colored). 

L'niversity of Kentucky 

L'nlversity of Louisville 

Eastern Kentucky Stale Normal 
School and Teachers' College. 

Ciunberland College 

Kentucky Wesleyan College 



July 2 
June 7 
June 5 
May 29 
June 1 
June 11 
June 4 
May 28 
June 1 
June 11 
May 2S 
June 11 

...do 

June 7 
June 11 

May 30 



Louisiana State University 

Washington Parish Training School 
(colored). 

Louisiana State Normal College 

Loyola University 

Tulane Univer.sity 

Louisiana College 

Centenary College 



ClovdN. McAllister... June 15 
H.H.Cherry 'July 2 

J. I>. Murry I June 19 



Wellington Patrick. 

B. W.Hartley 

T. J. Coates 



Arkley Wright. 
J.L.Whiteside. 



Delmar T. Powers. 
M. C. Dukes 



Eastern State Normal School 

State Normal School 

Western State Normal School 

Bates College 

Washington State Normal School 

University of Maine 

Aroostook State Normal School 

Surveying Camp. Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology. 



Johns Hopkins Uuivensity .' 

Morgan College (colored ) 

Mount Vernon College 

Notre Dame College of Maryland 

Maryland Normal and Industrial 
School (colored). 

University of Maryland 

Rock Hill College! 

Maryland State Normal School 

do 



Massachusetts Agricultural College — 

Boston University 

Harvard Graduate School of Medicine. 

Northeastern College 

Posse Normal School of Gymnastics. . . 



V.L.Roy 

F. X. Twellmeyer.... 

A. B. Dinwiddle 

C. Cottingham 

R. E. Smith 



W. G. Mallett 

W. E. Russell 

R.R. N. Gould 

WilUam L. Powers 

James S. Stevens 

San Lorenzo Merriman 
T. H. Dillon 



Edward F. Buchner. . 
Norman W. Cameron 

Wyllys Rede 

Sister M. Philemon 



June 18 
June 12 
July 2 

Mav 21 
June 12 



Jtine 13 
June 5 

...do.... 



June 19 
June 12 
June 7 
June 15 



July 11 
June 25 



H. F.Cotterman... 

B. E. Alban 

James Widdowson. 
Lida Lee Tall 



John Phelan 

Alexander H. Rice. 
Samuel R. Meaker. 

CarlS. Ell 

Hartvig Nissen 



July 5 
July 10 
July 2 
July 17 
June 25 



July 2 
June 25 
June 15 
Jime 25 
June 15 

June 25 
July 5 
Jixly 2 
...do 



July 9 
July 5 
June 1 
June 19 
July 9 



Aug. 11 

July 19 

July 31 

July 27 

July 24 

Aug. 17 

Aug. 3 

July 6 

Aug. 3 

Do. 

Aug. 24 

Aug. 3 

July 21 

Aug. 1 

Aug. 3 

Aug. 1 



Aug. 24 

Aug. 10 

M 

July 28 

July 27 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 10 



July 
Aug. 



July 26 

July 20 

Aug. 8 

Aue. 4 

Aug. 12 

Sept. 1 

Aug. 10 



Aug. 18 
Aug. 3 

Aug. 5 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 24 
Sept. 28 



Aug. 10 
Aug. 3 
Aug. 15 

Do. 
Aug. 1 

Aug. 3 
Aug. 10 

Do. 
Aug. 11 



Aug. 6 
Aug. 23 
Oct. 1 
Sept. 8 
Aug. 17 



DIRECTORS OF SUMMER SCHOOLS. 

XVI .^Directors of Summer Schools — Continued. 
I. UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS— Continued. 



113 



Location. 



Summer school. 



Director in 1922. 



Probable date of 
session in 1923. 



Opening. 



Closing. 



MASSACHUSETTS — 

continued. 



Boston 

Cambridge 

Do 

Do 

Fitehburg 

Framingham... 

Hyaniiis 

Newton Center. 
North Adams.. 
Northampton.. 



Woods Hole. 
Worcester. . . 



MICHIGAN. 



Ann Arbor... 
Battle Creek . 



Berrien- Spruigs. 
Cheboygan 



Detroit 

East Lansing . . . 

Ivalamazoo 

Marquette 

Monroe 

Mount Pleasant. 
Olivet 



Ypsilanti . 



MINNESOTA. 



Simmons College 

Harvard University 

Harvard School of Physical Education . 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology- 
State Normal School , 

....do 

....do 

Newton Theological Institution 

State Normal School 

Smith College Training School for 
Social Workers. 

Marine Biological Laboratory 

Clark University ." 



Henry Lefavour 

J. Tucker ilurray 

William H. Greer 

Charles F. Park 

William D. Parkinson. 

W. H. D.Meier 

A\'illiam A. Baldwin.. . 
George Edwin How... 

Roy Leon Smith 

Everett Kimball 



University of Michigan 

Camp Pottawottaraie, siunmer school 
of Normal School of Physical Edu- 
cation. 

Emmanuel Missionary College. 

University of Michigan Biological 
Station . 

Detroit Teachers" College 

Michigan .Agricultural CoUege 

V.'eslern State Normal School 

Northern State Normal School 

St. Mary's College 

Central Michigan Normal School 

Olivet College 



Micliigau State Normal College. 



Bemidji State Teachers' College . . 

Duluth do , 

Mankato do 

MinueapoUs : University of Minnesota. 

Moorliwid State Teachers' College . . 

St. Cloud ■ do 

St. Paul CoUege of St. Catherine.. 

Do Hamline University 

Winona CoUege of St. Teresa 

Do State Teachers' College . . 



MISSISSIPPI. 

Agricultural CoUege. Mississippi Agricultural and Mechan- 
ical College. 

Blue Mountain Blue Mountain College 

Chnton Mississippi College 

Hatliesburg Mississippi Normal College 

Jackson BeUiaven CoUege 

Do MiUsaps CoUege 

University University of Mississippi 



MISSOURI. 

Cameron 

Canton 

Cape Girardeau. 



Missouri Wesleyan College 

Culver-Stockton College 

Southeast Missouri State Teachers' 
College. 

Columbia University of Missouri 

Fayette Central CoUege 

Fredericktown ! Marvin College 



Jefferson City , Lincoln University (colored). 

Kansas City i St. Teresa Junior CoUege 

KirksviUe 1 State Teachers' College 

La Grange ! La Grange CoUege 

Marshall ' Missouri Valley CoUege 



Frank R. LUUe 

Charles B. Randolph. 



Edward H. Kraus. . 
Linda M. Roth 



Frederick Griggs.. 
George R. La Rue. 



Warren E. Bow 

E. H. Ryder , 

WiUiam McCracken... 

James H. B. Kaye 

Mother M. Dimitilla. 

E. C. Warriner , 

(No summer school, 

1922.) 
Charles McKenny 



M. W. Deputy ... 
E. W. Bohannon. . 
Charles H. Cooper. 

J. J. Pettijohn 

O. M. Dickerson. . 

J. C. Brown ." 

Sister Antonia 

Albert Z. Mann... 
Mary A. MoUoy... 
G. E. MaxweU.... 



D. C. HuU. 



W. J. Lowrey 

J. W. Proraie 

Joe Cook 

G. T. Gillespie 

G. L. HarreU 

Christopher Longest. 



D. L. Daike 

F. B. Isely 

Joseph A. Serena 

J. D. EUiff 

E. P. Puckett 

(No summer school, 

1922.) 
Clement Richardson.. 

Sister Mary Pius 

John R. Kirk 

John W. Crouch . . 

I. N. E\Tard 



July 2 

..do 

..do 

June — 
July 9 
July 16 
July 10 
June 5 
July 9 
July - 

July 3 
July 2 



June 19 
June 7 



June 12 
July 3 

June 25 
June 19 
June 25 

...do 

June 27 
Jime 25 
June 20 

June 25 



Aug. 10 
Aug. 11 

Do. 
Sept.— 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 31 
July 1 
Aug. 10 
Sept. 1 

Aug. 14 
Aug. 10 



Aug. 25 
Aug. 21 



Sept. 3 
Aug. 25 



Aug. 3 
July 27 

Aug. 3 

Do. 

Aug. 4 

Aug. 3 

Aug. 1 



15 
13 
11 



25 



June 
June 
June 
June 26 
June 13 
...do 
July 
Julie 13 
June 30 
June 12 



June 11 

May 31 
June 1 
May 28 

June 13 
June 10 



June 4 
June 11 

May 28 

June 18 
Jmie 4 
Jimc 8 

June 10 
June 24 
May 28 
June 4 
...do 



Aug. 3 



July 25 

Do. 
July 20 
Sept. 7 
July 25 

Do. 
Aug. 15 
July 1 
Aug. 10 
July 21 



Aug. 10 

Aug. 18 

Aug. 15 

July 

July 25 

Aug. 5 



Aug. 28 

Aug. 3 

Do. 

Aug. 11 
July 28 
Aug. 1 

Aug. 4 
Aug. 15 
Aug. 3 
Aug. 4 
Aug. 10 



114 



EDUCA.TIOIS'AX. DIBECTORY- 1922-1923. 



XVI. — Directors of Summer Schools — Continiaed. 

I. UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS— Continued. 



liocation. 



MISSOURI— cont. 
MaryviUe 



Rolla. 



St. Louis. 



Summer school. 



Northwest Missouri State Teachers' 
College. 

Scliool of Mines and Metallurgy, Uni- 
versity of Missouri. 

Forest Park College . 



Do Harris Teachers' College . 



Do... 
Springfield... 

Warrensburg. 



^Varrenton 

■\Vebster Groves. 



MONT.\NA. 



Bozeman. 



Dillon 

Helena 

Le^vistovm ' . 

Miles City 1. 



Missoula. 
Poison . . . 



NEBRASKA.. 



Bethany . 
Chadron . 



College View . , 

Fremont , 

Grand Island. 

Hastings 

Kearney , 



Lincoln 

Omaha 

Do 

Peru 

University Place. 

Wavne 

York 



NEVADA. 



Reno. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Durham 



Ke^ne 

Plvmouth. 



NEW JERSEY. 

Convent Station.. 



Hohoken 

Madison 

ls"ew Brunswick. 

Plainfield 



NEW MEXICO. 



Albuciuerque 

East Las vcgas. 

El Rito 

Silver City 

Socorro 



St. Louis University 

Southwest Missouri State Teachers 
CoUege. 

Central Missouri State Teachers Col- 
lege. 

Central Wcsleyan College 

Loretto College , , 



Montana State College of Agriculture 

and Mechanic Arts. 

Montana State Normal College 

Mount St. Charles College 

Central Montana Regional Summer 

School. 
Eastern Montana Regional Summer 

School. 

University of Montana 

University of Montana Biological 

Station- 



Cotner College , 

State Normal School and Teachers 

College. 

ITnion College 

Midland CoUege 

Grand Island College 

Hastings College 

Nebraska State Normal School and 

Teaeliers College. 

University of Nebraska 

Creigh ton University 

Uni^-ersity of Omaha 

State Normal and Teachers College... 

Nebraska Wesleyan University 

State Normal and Teachers College.. 
York College 



University of Nevada . 



New Hampshire College of Agriculture 
and Mechanic Arts. 

State Normal School 

do 



Director in 1922. 



CoUege of St. Elizabeth. 



Stevens Institute of Technology 

Drew Theological Seminary 

Rutgers College and the State Univer- 
sity of New Jersey. 
Mount St. Marys CoUege 



University of New Mexico 

New Mexico Normal University 

Spanish American Norma! School 

New Mexico State Normal School 

N-ew Mexico State School of Mines 



Uel W. Lamkin . . . 
Charles H. Fulton. 



Anna Sneed Cairns. 

L. W. Roder 

WilUam J. Ryau... 
Clyde M.Hili 



E. L. Hendricks. 



John Helmcrs 

Sister Louise Wise . 



J. H. Hoist. 



Sheldon E. Davis. 
NorbertC.HolI... 
C. G. Manning 



A. T. Peterson. 



Freeman Daughters. 
Morton J. Elrod 



J. F. Duncan 

Robert I. EUiott . 



Milton Robison . . . 

J. F. Krueger 

John Mason Wells. 
Calvin H. French. 
George E. Martin. , 



W. E.Sealock.. 
Thomas Egan.., 
W. G. James 

A. L.Uaviness. 

B. E. McProud. 

U.S. Conn 

W. O. Jones 



John W. Hall. 



R. D. Hetzel. 



Wallace E. Mason. 
Ernest L. Silver... 



Sister M. Kathleen 

Hennessey. 
A. C. Humphreys... 

Ezra S. Tipple 

Charles H. Elliott 



M.M.St. John. 



Davids, mil 

Jonathan H. Wagner. 

Filadelfo Baca 

J. F. Cliiimberlain 

E.H.Wells 



Probable date of 
session in 1923. 



Opening. 



May 28 



June 1 

June 18 

June 20 

June 5 

...do.... 



June 11 
June 20 



June 18 



..do.... 
July 15 
June 20 

June 18 

June 12 



June 4 
...do.... 



June 12 
June 4 
...do.... 
June 7 
June 4 

June 2 
June 20 
June 18 
June 5 
May 30 
June 4 
...do.... 



June 18 



June 27 

July 3 
July 10 



July 6 

Aug. 6 
Mav 21 
June 25 

July 3 



June 15 
June 7 
June 10 
June 5 
June 1 



Closing. 



Aug. 2 



Sept. 5 

July 20 

July 30 

Aug. 10 

Aug. 9 

Aug. 4 

July 31 



Aug. 31. 

Aug. 17 
Aug. 80 
Aug. 19 

Aug. 17 

Aug. 12 



July 14 
July 27 

Aug. 6 
July 20 
July 27 
Aug. 2 
July 27 

Aug. 17 
Aug. 2 
July 27 
Aug. 28 
Aug. 18 
July 26 
July 28 



Aug. 28 



Aug. 15 

Aug. 10 
Aug. 18 



Aug. 15 

Sept. 1 
Aug. 4 
Aug. 3 

Aug. 15 



July 28 

Aug. 1 

July 8 

July 27 

Aug. 30 



» Branches of the summer term of the State Normal School at Dillon. 



DIKECTORS OF SUMMER SCHOOLS. 115 

XVI. — Directors op Summer Schools — Continued. 

I. UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS— Continued. 



Location. 



NEW YORK. 



Albanv . 
Alfred . . 
Auburn. 



Brookl^-n 

BuiTalo 

Do 

Do 

Geneseo 

Ithaca 

New Paltz 

New Rochelle. 
New YorJv 

Do 

Do 

Do 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Do 

Do 

Do 

Oneonta 

Oswego 

Plattsbiu-g 

Potsdam 

Rochester 

St. Bonaventure. 
Syracuse 



Do. 
Troy... 



NORTH CAROLfNA. 



Boone 

Chapel HiU . 
Charlotte . . . 
Cullovvhee ., 



Durham 

Elizabeth City . 

Fayetteville 

Greensboro . . . . 

Greenville 

Hiclcory 

Raleigh 

Salisbury 

Southport 

Wake Forest... 
West Raleigh.. 



Winston-Salem . 



NORTH DAKOTA. 

Agricultural College 

Bottineau 

Dickinson 

Elleudale 

Jamestown 

MayviUe 

Mhiot , 

University , 

VaUey City 



OHIO. 



Ada.... 
Akron . 

Do. 



Summer school. 



New York State College for Teachers. 

Alfred University 

Auburn Theological Seminary 



Adelphi C-oUege 

Buffalo State Normal School 

Canisius College 

University of Buffalo 

Geneseo State Normal School 

Cornell University '. 

New Paltz State Normal School.. 

College of New Rochelle 

Biblical Seminary in New York. . 
Chalif Normal School of Dancing. 
College of the City of New York. . 
College of Mount St. Vincent 



New 



Columbia University 

Fordham University 

Himter College of the City of 

York. 

Manhattan College 

New York School of Social Work 

New York University 

State Normal School 

do 

....do 

...do 

University of Rochester 

St. Bonaventure's College 

New York State CcHlege of Forestry 

(camp at Cranberry Lake, N. 1'.). 

Syracuse University , 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 



Appalachian Training School 

University of North Carolina 

Biddle Univeisity (colored) .* 

CuUowhee Normal and Industrial 
School. 

Trinity College 

State Normal School (colored) 

do 

North Carolina College for Women... 

East Carolina Teachers College 

Lenoir College 

Shaw University (colored) 

Livingstone College (colored) 

Brunswick County Training School.. 

Wake Forest College 

North Carolina State College of Agri- 
culture and Engineering. 

Slater State Normal School (colored). . 



North Dakota Agricultural College . . . 

Forestry State Normal'School 

State Normal School 

State Normal and Industrial School.. 

Jamestown College 

State Normal School 

do 

University of North Dakota 

State Teachers College 



Ohio Northern University 

College of Engineering and Commerce, 
Mimicipal University of Akron. 

Teachers College, Municipal Univer- 
sity of Akron. 



Director in 1922. 



Probable date of 
session in 1923. 



W. C. Decher 

Paul E. Titsworth... 
Edward Porter St. 
John. 

A. G. Fradenburgh. . . 
Harry W. Rockwell. . 

Miles J. O'Malia 

Julian Park 

Anne S. Blake 

R.M. Ogden 

JohnC. Bliss 

Mother M. Xavier 

John A. Wood 

Louis H. Chalif 

Paul Klapper 

Mother Marie Via- 

centia. 
John J. Coss 

B. Rush Rankin 

A. Busse 

Brother Arnold 

Porter R. Lee 

John W. Withers 

Percy I. Bugbee 

James G. Riggs 

George K. Hawkins.. 

R. T.Congdon 

Louis A. Peckstein 

Thomas Plassmann . . . 
M'tUord E. Sanderson. 

Loren C. Petry 

Palmer C. Ricketts 



B. B. Daugherty. 
N.W.Walker... 
H. L. McCrorey.. 
W. E.Bird 



Opening. 



July 5 
July 2 
July 30 



July 
...do 
July 
Julv 
July 
July 
July 
June 17 
June 20 
June 4 
July 2 
July 9 



Holland Holton. . . 

P. W. Moore 

E. E.Smith 

John H. Cook 

Leon R. Meadows. 

Q. A. Kuehner 

John H. Bias 

D.C.Suggs 

A. D. Blackburn.. 

D. B. Bryan 

W. A. Withers.... 



S. G. Atkins June II 



...do.... 
July 5 
July 2 

July 6 

June 28 

July 2 

July 9 

Julv 2 

...do 

July 5 

June 20 

July 1 

June 1 

July 2 
Juiie IS 



June 5 
June 18 
June 15 
May 22 



...do.... 
Jime 18 
July 20 
June 12 
June 14 
July 
Julv 
July 
July 
June 20 
June 12 



13 
5 

15 
1 



A. B. Weeks 

Vernon L. Mangun... 

Samuel T. May 

R. M. Black 

W illia m B . Thomas. . 

John O. Evjen 

George A. McFarland 

Joseph Kennedy 

C. E. AUen 



Jime 12 

June 11 

Jime 15 

June 18 

June 15 

June 25 

June 16 

June 13 

June 19 



John Davison May 28 

Fred E. Ayer Jime 25 

W. J. Bankes ...do... 



Closing. 



Aug. 15 

Do. 
Aug. 11 

-'Vug. 15 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 12 
.\iig. 18 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 11 
Aug. 4 
July 31 
July 27 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 10 

Aug. 17 
Aug. 15 
Aug. 10 

Aug. 15 
Aug. 9 

Do. 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 10 

Do. 
Aug. 19 
Julv 31 
Sept. 1 
Aug. 31 

Aug. 10 
Aug. 15 



Julv 


13 


Sept. 


7 


Aug. 


1 


Aug. 


10 


Do 




Sept. 


7 


Aug. 


1 


July 


23 


Aug. 


5 


July 


25 


Aug. 


15 


July 


28 



Aug. 2 
July 26 

Aug. 31 



Aug. 31 
July 20 
Sept. 1 
Aug. 31 
Aug. 10 
Sept. 2 
Aug. 1 
Aug. 3 
Aug. 31 



Aug. 11 
Aug. 25 

Aug. 3 



116 EDUCATIONAL DIEECTOEY, 1922-1{>23. 

XVI. — Directors of Summer Schools — Continued. 

I. UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS— Continued. 



Location. 



Summer Sfhool. 



OHIO— continued. 

Alliance ' Mount Union College. 

Ashland j Ashland College 

Athens I Ohio University 

»lufTton I BlutTton College 

Bowling ( ireen ."^tate Normal College 

Cincinnati I St. Xavier College , 

Do I l^niversity of Cincinnati , 

Cleveland Case School of AppUed Science . . 

Do I Cleveland School of Eduration 

Western Reserve University. 

Columbus Capital I'niversity 

Defiance Defiance College 

Hiram Hiram College.' 



Director in 1922. 



Kent 

Maria Stein.. 
New Concord . 

OberliD 

Oxford 

Put-in- Bay. . . 



Rio Grande . 
Springfield.. 

Toledo 

Wilberforce . 
Wilmington . 
Wooster 



OKLAHOMA. 



Ada 

Alva 

Durant 

East Enid. 
Edmond. ., 
Langston . . 



Norman 

Oklahoma City. 
Stillwater ". . 



Tahlequah . . . 

Tulsa 

Weatherford . 



and 



J. B. Bowman , 

Edwin E. Jacobs 

Elmer Bmritt Bryan 

N. E. Byers , 

H. B. WUliams 

George R. Kister 

E. L. Talbert 

Charles S. Howe 

H. N. Irwin 



Probable date of 
session in 1923. 



Opening. 



State Normal College 

Normal School of the Precious Blood 

Muskingum College 

Oljerlin College 

Miami University , 

Ohio State University Lake Labora- 
tory. 

Rio Grande College , 

Wittenberg College , 

University of the City of Toledo , 

Wilberforce I'niversity (colored) , 

Wilmington College , 

College of Wooster , 



H. D. Strother 

A. G.Caris 

(No summer school, 
1922). 

John E. McGihTey 

Sister M. Angeline 

J. G. Lowery. 

E. A. Miller 

H. C. Minnich 

Raymond C. Osbum. . 



OREGON. 



Corvallis 

Eugene i University of Oregon 



East Central State Teachers College. . 

Northwestern State Teachers College., 

Southeastern State Teachers College.. 

PhUlips University 

Central State Teachers College 

Colored Agricultural and Normal 
University. 

University of Oklahoma 

Oklahoma City College. . . , 

Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechani- 
cal College. 

Northeastern State Teachers College.. 

University of Tulsa 

Southwestern State Teachers College. . 



Oregon .Agricultural College 



Monmouth. 
Oswego . 



Salem. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



.\llentown . . . 

Annville 

Beaver Falls. 
Bethlehem... 
Blooms burg.. 
Bryn Mawr.. 



California 

Clarion 

CoUege\'ille 

East Stroudsburg. 

Edinboro 

Gettysburg 

Greensburg 

Grove City 

Huntingdon 

Indiana 

Kutztown 



Oregon Normal School 

Marylhurst Normal School . 

Willamette University 



Mulilenburg College 

Lebanon Valley College 

Geneva College 

Lehigh University 

State Normal School 

BrjTi Mawr College Summer School for 
Women Workers in Industry. 

Southwestern State Normal School 

Clarion State Normal School 

Ursinus College 

East Stroudsburg State Normal School. 

Edinboro State Normal School 

Gettysburg College 

Seton Hill College 

Grove City College 

Juniata College 

State Normal School 

Keystone State Normal School 



W. A. Lewis , 

T. Bruce Birch..., 
Walter F. Brown. 

G. H. Jones , 

J. Edwin Jay 

J. T. Lister.". 



...do.... 
June 12 
June 19 
June 11 
May 7 
Jime 25 
June 18 
July 2 
June 18 



JiUv 1 
May 1 
Jime 18 

June 19 
June 2.5 
June 18 
June 22 
June 18 
...do.... 



...do.... 
June 1.5 
July 1 
Jurie 21 
June 18 
June 14 



.\. Linscheid May 21 

S. C. PercefuU I May 29 



H. G. Bennett. 

M. L. Perkins 

John G.Mitchell. 
J. M. Marquess... 



May 25 
May 28 
May 29 
...do.... 



C. E. Benson 

F. G. Brooks 

Herbert Patterson. 



June 2 
June 4 
May 31 



W. T. Ford May 2« 

L. S. McLeod..., June 7 

A. H. Burris May 25 



M. Ellwood Smith 

Earl KUpa trick 

J. S. Landers 

Sister M. Francis Xav- 
ier. 
CarlG. Doney 



Isaac Miles Wright 

R. R. Butterwick 

H.H. WyUe 

Charles Russ Richards 

C. H. Fisher 

Hilda W.Smith 



June 18 
June 27 
July — 
June 18 



.do.... 



July 9 
Jurie 26 
June 20 
June 13 
June 18 
Jime 15 



John A. Entz June IS 

C. C. Green do 

Whorten .V. Kline June 25 

Frank E. Baker | June 18 

C. C. Crawford '. . .do 

C.F.Sanders • June 20 

June 25 
June 20 
June 18 
...do.... 
...do.... 



M. J. Relilian. 
Weir C. Ketler.... 

A. W. Dupler 

John A.H. Keith. 
A. C. Rothermel . 



Closing. 



Aug. 25 
.^ug. 28 
Aug. 19 
Aug 27. 
Aug. 31 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 11 
Aug. 10 
July 28 



Aug. 


15 


Sept. 


1 


Aug. 


18 


Sept. 


1 


Aug. 


3 


Aug. 


10 


Aug. 


9 


Aug. 


31 


July 


28 



July 27 
Aug. 15 
Aug. 11 
July 30 
Sept. 1 
.^.ug. 8 



July 20 

Aug. 3 

July 27 

July 21 

July 27 

July 29 

July 31 

July 13 

July 28 

July 26 

July 27 



July 28 
Aug. 4 
Sept. — 
July 22 

Sept 7 



Aug. 16 
Sept. 8 
Aug. 20 
Julv 2.5 
Aug. 18 
Aug. 15 

Aug. 18 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 3 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 18 
Aug. 2 
Aug. 4 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 18 

Do. 

Do. 



DIRECTOES OF SUMMER SCHOOLS. 

XVI. — Directors of Summer Schools — Continued. 
1. UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS— Continued. 



117 



Location. 



PENNSYLVANIA— 

continued. 

Lock Haven 

Mansfield 

MeadvUle 

Millers ville 

MyeistowTi 

Ocean City 

Philadelphia 

Do 

Pittsburgh 

Do 

Do 

Seranton 

Selinsgrove 

Shippensburg 

Slippery Roclc 

Stat e College 

Villanova 

Washington 

Waynesburg 

We*t Chester 

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, 

Manila 

PORTO RICO. 

Mayaguez 

Do 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Providence 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Clemson College 

Chilton 

Columbia 

Conway 

Greenville 

Newberry 

Orangeburg 

Rock Hill 

Spartanburg 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 

Aberdeen 

Brookings 

Huron 

Madison 

Mitchell 

Sioux P'alls 

Do 

Spearfish 

Springfield 

VermiUon 

Yankton 



Summer school. 



Central State Normal School 

Mansfield State Normal School 

Allegheny College 

State Normal School 

Albright College 

Summer School of La Salle College of 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple University 

I'niversity of Pennsylvania , 

Carnegie institute of Technology , 

Duquesne University 

University of Pittsburgh 

Mary wood College , 

Susquehanna University , 

Cumberland VaUey State Normal 

School. 
Slippery Rock State Normal School... 

Pennsylvania State College , 

Mllanbva College 

Washington and Jefferson College 

Waynesburg College 

State Normal School 

University of the Philippines 



College of Agriculture and Mechanic 

Arts. 
University of Porto Rico 



Rhode Island College of Education. . . 



Clemson Agricultural College 

Presbyterian CoUege of South Carolina. 

University of South Carolina 

Horry County Training School (col- 
ored). 

Furman University 

Newberry College 

State Agricultural and Mechanical Col- 
lege (colored). 

Winthrop College 

Woflord College 



Northern Normal and Industrial 
School. 

South Dakota State College 

Huron College 

Eastern State Normal School 

Dakota Wesleyan University 

Auguslana College and Normal School 

Sioux Falls College 

Spearfish Normal School 

Southern State Normal School 

University of South Dakota 

Yankton College , 



Director in 1922. 




Warren Ne\ in Drum . 
Wilham R. Straughn . 

C. F. Ross 

C.H. Gordinier 

L. Clarence Hunt 

Brother FeUcian Peter. 

Laura H. Carnell 

H. Lamar Crosby 

Roscoe Ihrig . . . ." 

M. A.Hehir 

(!eorge H. Reavis 

Sister M. Imraaculata . 

Herbert A. Alhson 

Ezra Lehman 



J. Ltnwood Eisenberg. 

Will Grant Chambers. 

Francis A. Driscoll 

M . A . Dickie 

George F. Dunkel- 

burger. 
fAndrewThomasSmith 
\Hollis Dann 



Guy Potter Benton . 

C. E. Home 

Josephine W. Holt.. 

John L. Alger 



F. H. H. Calhoun. 
D. M. Douglass. .. 

J. A. Stoddard 

B. F. Levister 



W.J. McGIothlin. 
James C. ICinard.. 
J. T. Williamson.. 



D. B. Johnson. 
W. C. Herbert. 



H. W. Foght. 



Probable date of 
session in 1923. 



June IS 
..do.... 
June 21 
June IS 
June 19 
July 1 

July 5 

July 2 

Juiie 25 

July 2 

July 5 

June 25 
..do.... 

June 18 

..do.... 
June 25 
July 1 
June 15 
June 1 



Aug. 18 

Do. 
Aug. 5 
Aug. 18 
July 28 
Aug. 12 

Aug. 16 
Aug. 11 
Aug. 18 
Aug. 3 
Aug. 15 
Aug. 6 
Aug. 18 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Aug. 12 
.\ug. 15 
Sept. 5 



Ijune 



18 I Aug. 18 



April— I May — 

! 
July 5 I Aug. 31 

July 12 Aug. 19 
July 1 ' Aug. IC 



June 11 
..do. . . . 
June 19 
July 20 



July 21 
Aug. 3 
July 31 
Sept. 1 



June — July — 
July 16 i Aug. 18 
June 11 July 20 

June 19 July 27 
June 15 ! .A.ug. 8 



June 11 i Aug. 17 



June 

June 
June 
June 
June 



iH. B. Mathews 

\J. A. Wiliiams 

H. G. Lawrence 

E.C. Higbie 

M. J. Holmes 

(No summer school, 
1922.) i 

A. W. Fauquet ■ June 

E. C. Woodburn IliTino 

W. S. Hollman 'r^"'^ 

C. G. Lawrence i June 

William H. Batson.... June 
G. H. Durand I June 



6 
11 



Aug. 24 

July 21 
5 I Aug. 24 
11 Aug. 31 
20 i Aug. 1 



Aug. 18 
Aug. 25 

Do. 

July 28 
Aug. 1 



118 EDUCATIONAL DIEECTORY, 1022-1023. 

XVI. — Directors of Summer Schools — Continued. 

I. UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS— Continued. 



Location. 



TENN^ESSEE. 

Harroirate 

Jack.«on 

Jefferson City. . . 
Johnson City... 

Knoxville 

Lebanon 

McKcuzie 

Madisomille 

Marl in 

Miirfreesboro 

Nashville 

Do 

Do 

Normal 

Sewanee 

Spencer 

TEXAS. 

Abilene 

Do 

Alpine 

Arlington 

Austin 

Belton 

Brown wood 

Do 

Canyon 

Clarendon 

College Station.. 

Commerce 

Dallas 

Decatur 

Denton 

Do 

Fort Worth 

Do 

Georgetown 

Greenville 

Huntsville 

Jacksonville 

MarshaU 

Meridian 

Prairie View 

Ru.sk 

San .\ntonio 

San .Marcos 

Seminary 

Sherman 

Stephenville . . . . 

Tehuacana 

Terrell 

"Waco 

UTAH. 

Logan 

Provo '. 

Salt Lake City.. 

VEKMONT. 

Burlington 

Castleton 

Middlebury 

Northfleld 



Summer school. 



Lincoln Memorial University 

Union Universii y 

Carson-N e wman College 

East Tennessee Sta'e Normal School. 

University of Tennessee 

Cumberland University 

Bethel College 



Hiwassee College 

Hall-Moody Normal School 

Middle Tennessee State Normal School 

Fisk University (colored) 

George Peabody College for Teachers.. 
Tennessee Agricultural and Industrial 

State Normal School fcolored). 
West Tennessee State Normal School. . 

University of the South 

Burritt College 



Abilene Christian College 

Simmons College 

Sul Ross State Normal College 

Grubbs Vocational College 

University of Texas 

Baylor College 

Daniel Baker College 

Howard Payne College 

West Texas" State Normal College 

Clarendon CoUege 

Agricultural and Mechanical College 
of Texas. 

East Texas State Normal College 

Southern Methodist University 

Decatur Baptist College ." 

College of Industrial Arts 

North Texas State Normal College 

Texas Christian University 

Texas Woman's College 

Southwestern University 

Wesley College 

Sam Houston Normal College 

Alexander College 

CoUege of Marshall 

Meridian College 

Prairie View State Normal and Indus- 
trial College (colored). 

Rusk College ; 

Our Lady of the Lake CoUege 

Southwest Texas State Normal College 

Southw&sleni Baptist Theological 
Seminary. 

Austin College 

John Tarleton .Agricultural College 

Westminsler College 

Texas Military CoUege 

Baylor University 



Director in 1922. 



T. B. Ford 

H. E. Watiers 

J. D. Everett 

S. G. Gilbreath 

John A. Thackston 

V>'. R.Chambers 

(No summer school, 
1922.) 

J. E. Lowry 

James T . Wari-en 

P. A. Lyon 

Elmer J. Ortman 

Bruce R. Payne 

WiUiam J. Hale 



Andrew A. Kincannon 

George M. Baker 

H. E. Scott 



Probable date of 
session in 1923. 



Opening. 



May 14 
June 4 
Juiie 5 
June 4 
June 11 
June — 
June 1 



Agricultural College of Utah. 
Brigham Young University. 
Universitv of Utah 



University of Vermont 

State Normal School 

Middlebury College 

Norwich University 



H. E. Speck 

Jefrerson D. Sandefer. 

R. L. Marquis 

A. D. Roach 

Frederick Eby 

E. G. Townsend 

T.H.Hart 

W. R. Hornburg 

Joseph Abner HiU. . . 

S. H. Condron 

J. Oscar Morgan 



R. B. Binnion... 

C. A. Nichols 

E. M. Gettys 

E. V. ■VMiite 

W. H.Bruce 

Colby D.HaU.... 

F. B.Iselv 

R. W. Tinsley... 

G. B. Jackson 

J. L.Clark 

Susie McKermon. 

C.T. Speed 

J. Hall BovNTnan. 
J. G. Osborne 



B. B. Baker 

J. F. O'Shea 

C. E.Evans 

L. R. Scarborough. .. 

Thomas S. Clyce 

J. Thomas Davis 

Mrs. E. P. Shepherd. 

Louis C. Perry 

T. D. Brooks 



James H. Luiford. 
H. .VI. Woodward. 
Milton Bennion . . . 



Bennett C. Douglass . . 
Caroline S. Woodruff. . 
Edward D. ColUns 



May 28 
June 4 
June 11 

...do 

June 8 

June 4 
June 14 
June 1 



June 11 
June 12 
Jime 4 
June 11 
June 7 
June 6 
June 15 
June 4 
June 6 
June 1 
Jtme 11 

June 6 
June 13 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 14 
May 31 
June 1 
June 4 
June 5 
June 12 
June 6 



Jime 1 
June 25 
Jiuie 6 
May 28 

June 11 
June 15 
June 12 
June 15 
Jime 18 



June 4 
June 11 
June 6 



/A. E. Winslow. 
\C. S. Carleton.. 



July 
July 
July 



Closing. 



Aug. 


3 


Aug. 


11 


Aug. 


25 


Aug. 


11 


Aug. 


29 


Aug. 


— 


July 


15 


Aug. 


18 


Aug. 


11 


Aug. 


31 


Do 




July 


13 



Mune 18 



Aug. II 
Sept. 30 
Aug. 1 



Aug. 22 
Aug. 13 
Aug. 25 
Aug. 11 
Aug. 31 
Aug. 11 
Aug. 31 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 25 

Do. 
Sept. 1 

Aug. 25 
Aug. 31 
July 20 
.Aug. 28 
Aug. 25 
Aug. 30 
Aug. 15 
Aug. 30 
Aug. 6 
Aug. 15 
July 16 
Aug. 25 
Aug. 12 
Aug. 11 

Aug. 20 
Aug, 3 
Aug. 25 
July 6 

July 30 
Aug. 15 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 1 
Sept. 7 



Aug. 24 
Aug. 31 
Aug. 25 



Aug. 18 
July 27 
Aug. 16 

Sept. 9 



DIEECTORS OF SUMMER SCHOOLS. 
XVI. — DifiECTOES OF Summer Schooxs — Contiotied. 



119 



I. UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS— ContiHued. 



Location. 



Summer school. 



Director in 1922. 



Prohsble date of 
session in 1923. 



Opening. ' Closing. 



■\TEGINIA. 

Blacksbm'g 

East Radford.. 

Emory 

Fredericksburg . 
Hampton , 



Harrisonburg . 
Petersburg 



Richmond 

Rockbridge Baths.. 

University 

University of Rich- 
mond. 
Williamsburg 



Virginia Polytechnic Institute 

Stale Normal School lor Women 

Emory and Henry College 

State Normal School tor Women 

Hampton Normal and Industrial In- 
stitute (colored). 

State Normal School for Women 

Virginia Normal and Jnditstrial Insti- 
tute (colored). 

Virginia Union University (colored).. 

Virginia Military Institute 

University of Virginia 

University of Riciunond 



College of William and Mary. 



WASmXGTON. 



Bellingham. 
Centralia 



State Normal School. 
do 



Chene}^ 

Ellensburg 

Friday Harbor. 

Fiiilnian 

Seattle 



.do. 
.do. 



Seattle.. 
Tacoma . 



Puget Soimd Biological Station , 

State College of Washington , 

Holy Names Academy and Normal 
School. 

University of Washingtfln 

College ofPuget Sound 



WEST \TRGINIA. 



Athens 

Bethany 

Buekhannon. 

Elkins 

Fairmont 

Glenville 

Huntington.. 
Institute 



Concord State Teachers College . . 

Bethany College 

West Virgrnia We^leyan College. 

Davis and Elkins College 

State Normal School 

do 



Morgantown 

Salem 

Shepherdstown . 
West Liberty . . . 



WISCONSIN. 



Algoma 

Asiiland 

Beloit , 

Berlin , 

Columbus . . . 
Eau Claire. . 

Do 

JanesviUe 

Kaukauna.. 

La Crosse 

Ladysmith. . , 

Madison 

Medford 

Menomonie . . 

Merrill 

Milwaukee.. 

Do 

Do , 

Monroe 

New Lisrbon. 



Oshkosh... 
Phillips.... 
Platte ville. 



Marshall College 

West Virginia Collegiate Institute 
(colored). 

West Virginia University , , 

Salem College ." , 

Shepherd College, State Normal School 
State Normal School 



Door- Kewaunee Normal School 

Ashland County Training School 

Beloit College , 

Green Lake County Training School. . 

Columbia County Norma! School 

Eau Claire County Training School. . 

Eau Claire State Normal School , 

Rock County Training School , 

Outagamie County Training School. . 

State Normal School , 

Rusk County Normal School , 

University of Wisconsin , 

Taylor County Training School 

Stout Institute 

Lincoln County Normal School 

Marquette University 

National Teachers' Seminary 

State Normal School " 

Green County Normal School 

Juneau County Teachers Training 
School. 

State Normal School , 

Price County Training School 

State Normal School , 



J. W. Watson 

J. P. McComiell... 

H. M. Henry 

.\.B. Chandler... 
George P. Phenix. 

Samuel P. Duke.. 
John M. Gandy... 



June IS Aug. 31 
.Tune 15 ' Sent. -3 
June IS ! Aug. 20 
June IS ' Sept. 1 
June IS Sept. 8 



Do. 
Jrme 19 



Aug. 31 
Aug. 31 



John Vr. Barco ....i...do. . .. July 23 

Francis Mall ory....'...' Julv 26 j Sent. 1 
Charles G. Maphis. . ..' Jim"e 18 ' Sent. 2 
W. L. Prince j June 15 i July 30 

K. J. Hoke June— Sept. — 



D. B. Waldo 

(No summer school, 

1922.) 
Julian E. Buchanan... 

H. C. Fish 

T. C.Frye 

A . A . Cleveland 

Sister M. Dolorosa 



Jime 4 
Jime 11 

Jtme 4 

...do... 

June 18 



Aug. 17 
Aug. 31 

Aug. 10 
Aug. 17 
July 27 



Frederick E. Bolton 
G.T.Henry , 



...do.... I Do. 
July 5 

June 19 Aug. 31 
June 11 j Aug. 10 



F. A. Forster ! June 



J. A. Hunter 

Thomas W. H aught. . 

James E. Allen 

Joseph Rosier 

E.G. R ohrbough 

J. B. Shouse 

John W. Davis 



AVaitman Barbe.. 
S. Orestes Bond... 
A. D. Kenamond. 
P. E. King 



E. J. Young 

J. M. Lorscheter 

W. A. Hamilton 

J. F. Cavanaugh 

M. C. Palmer 

F. E. Jaastad 

C. J. Brewer 

Frank J. Lowth 

W. P. Hogman 

F. A.Cotton 

Adele Felch. 

S. H. Goo.lnight 

J. H. Wheelock 

Clyde A. Bowman 

E."W. MoCrary _. 

George A. Deglmaa. . . 

Max Griebsch 

Carroll G. Pearse 

C. H Dietz 

C. W. McNown 



June 
June 
June 
June 
Jime 
Jime 
...do. 



12 I Sent. 1 
IS Juiv 27 



Aug. 9 
July 30 
IS Aug. 17 
20 ' .\us. 10 
11 Aug. 31 
Aug. 10 



H. A. Brov.Ti... 
William Mibie. . 
Edgar F. Riley. 



...do.... 
...do.... 
June 18 
June 11 



June 2.5 
June 11 
Jime 25 
June 15 
Jiir.e IS 
June 2;) 
June IS 
..do.... 
..do.... 
..do 

(=) 
June 18 

(^) 
Jime 24 

June 25 
July 2 
Jmie 18 
June 7 
June 25 



June IS 
June 11 
...do.... 



Aug. 24 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 18 
Aug. 10 



Aug. I 
July 29 
Aug. 4 
Julv — 
July 28 
Aug. 1 
Julv 28 
Julv 27 

1)0. 

July 28 

Aug. 24 

Aug. 25 

Aug. 3 

Do. 
Julv 28 
July 20 
Aug. 3 

July 27 

jjiiv ao 

Do. 



120 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

XVI. ^Directors of Summer Schools — Continued. 

I. UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, AND NORMAL SCHOOLS— Continued. 



Location. 



WISCONSIN— conld . 



Prairie du Chien 

Do 

Reedsburg 



Summer school. 



Campion College 

81. Mary '.s College and Academy 

Sauk County Normal School . . ." 

Rice Lako' ! Barron County Rural Normal School. 

River Falls | State Normal School 

Stevens Point ' do 

Superior : do 

Viroqua ' Vernon County Normal School 

AVhite'.vater Stale Normal "School 



Director in 1922. 



WYOMING. 

Laramie i University of Wyoming. 



A. M. Schwitalla 

Sister Marv Stanislaus 

.1. E. Pliilhps 

L. P. Bunker 

J. H. Ames 

John F. Sims 

A. D. Whealdon 

C.L.Hill 

F. S. Hycr 



C. R. Maxwell 



Probable date of 
session in 1923. 



'^poning. 



June 10 
July 5 
June 21 
June 15 
June 12 
June 18 
..do.... 

(') 
June 18 



..do..., 



Closing. 



July 31 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 5 
Aug. 1 
July 22 
July 27 
July 29 

Aug. 3 



July 28 



II. SECONDARY SCHOOLS (INCLCDINO INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER RANK NOT 

APPEARING IN PART 1). 



ALABAMA. 

Birmingham 

lluntsville 

Scale 

Selma 

Tuskaloosa 

CALIFORNIA. 

Berkeley 

Los Angeles 

Piedmont 

Riverside 

San Francisco 

CONNECTICUT. 

Canaan 

-Greenwich 

New Haven 

Norwalk 

Stamford 

DELAWARE. 

Dover 

DLSTRICT OF COLTTM' 
BL\. 

Washington 

Do 

- FLORIDA. 

Delray 

MadLson 

Tallahassee 

GEORGIA. 

Albany 

Mt. Berry 

2 No session 




Miles Memorial College (colored') 

Oakwood Junior College (colored) 

Ru.ssell County Training School (col- 
ored). " ! 

Selma University (colored) i William H. Dinkins. 

Stillman Institute (colored) I PaulH. Moore 



California School of Arts and Crafts Frederick H. Meyer.. 

Krotona Institute of Theosophy George H. Hall 

Class in Outdoor Sketching and Paint- Frederick H. Meyer.. 

ing, branch of California School of ! 

Arts and Crafts. 

Riverside Library Service School , Charles F. Woods 

California Schoofof Fine Arts ' Lee F. Randolph 



Clarence H. AMiite School of Photog- Clarence H. White, 
raphy. 

Fairhope summer School {^^^^^^: 

Fox Tutoring School ' George L. Fox 

Harstrcim School ! Carl Axel Harstrom . . . 

Massee Tutoring School "W. W. Massee , 



State College for Colored Students. 



Emerson Institute ' 

Pan American School of Spanish . 



/W.H.Randolph \t„„„ ,. 

U-M. D.Crawford.... F"'^^ ^^ 
Francisco J.Hernandez June 1 



County Training School 

Florida Normal Institute , 

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical 
College for Negroes. 



Georgia Normal and Agricultural 

School. 
Berry Schools 



G. Smith Wormley. . 



June 4 
June 15 
Jiine 30 

June 4 
May 23 



Jtme 25 
June — 
June 25 



...do.... 
Jime 18 



July 



[^...do... 

Aug. 1 

...do 

June 26 



July 5 



S. D. Spady 

M. S. McGregor. 
Homer Thomas. 



J. W. Holley.. 
Martha Berry . 



June 4 
June 5 
June 15 



June 15 



July 13 

Aug. 15 

July 15 

July 13 

July 1 



Aug. 4 
Aug. — 
Aug. 4 



Aug. 3 
July 28 



Aug. 28 

Aug. 15 

Sept. 25 
Sept. 20 



Aug. 16 



Sept. 15 
Aug. 1 



July 9 
July 28 
Aug. 1 



July 20 



DIRECTOES OF SUMMER SCHOOLS. 



121 



XVI. — Directors of Summer Schools — Continued. 

n. SECONDARY SCHOOLS (INCLUDING INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER RANK NOT 

APPEARING IN PART I)— Continued. 



Location. 



Summer school. 



Director in 1922. 



Probable date of 
session in 1923. 



Opening. Closing 



rLLINOlS. 



Chicago . 
Do.. 
Do.. 
Do.. 
Do.. 
Do.. 
Do.. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Do..., 

Evanston . 
Qnincy . . . 



INDIANA. 



Culver 

Ferdinand 



Indianapolis 

Do 

Do 

Do 



American Conservatory of Music 

Applied Arts School 

Art Institute of Chicago 

Chicago Academy of Fine Arts 

Chicago Musical College 

Columbia School of Music 

Cosmopolitan School of Music and Dra- 
matic Art. 

Gregg School 

Sherwood Music School 

Snow-Froehlich School of Industrial 
Art. 

School of Expression 

American Institute of Normal Methods. 

Gem City Business College 



Culver Military Academy 

Academy of the Immaculate Concep- 
tion. 

Indiana College of Music and Fine Arts. 

John Herron Art School 

MetropoUtan School of Music 

Public Library Commission School for 
I Librarians. 

Oldenburg ■ Immaculate Conception Normal School 

Ubee Huntington CoUege , 



John J. Hattstaedt 

Florence H. Fitch 

Robert B. Harshe 

Carl N . Wemtz 

Felix Borowski , 

Clare Osborne Reed . . 
William Carver Wil- 
liams. 

Henry J. Holm 

Walter Keller 

/Bonnie E. Snow. . 

\Hugo B. FroehUch 

S. M. Lindsay 

Osboume McConathy. 
T. E. Musselman 



■} 



S. R. GigiuUiat 

Mother M. Seraphine.. 



June 25 
June 30 
July 2 
July 6 
June 25 
May 21 
Jime 25 

July 2 
June 15 

July 1 

Aug. 1 
Jime 26 
June 4 



July 2 
June 25 



Harry G. Hill June 26 

Edna Mann Shover .. . June 18 

Flora M. Hunter i Jime 25 

W. J. Hamilton ,do 



IOWA. 



Sister Marv de Sales... 
D. R. Ellabarger 



Jime 25 
May 28 



Cedar Rapids Palmer Method Summer School W. C. Hcnning June IS 

Cherokee I Mt. St. Mary Academy ; June 20 



LOCISIANA. 

Baton Rouge Southern University and Agricultural 

Mechanical College (colored). 

Lafayette Southwestern Louisiana Institute 

Ruston Louisiana Polj-techuic Institute 



MAINE. 



Boolhby Harbor. 



Commonwealth Art Colony School.. 



Fort Kent Madawaska Training School . 



MARYLAND. 

Baltimore 1 Peabody Conservatory of Music . 



W.D.Thomas ; June 18 

E. L. Stephens | June 4 

J. E. Keeny June 18 



Asa G. Randall | July 

Richard F. Crocker '. . 



Frederick R. Huber. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Aubumdale 

Boston 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Buzzards Bay .. 
East Gloucester. 
Lvnn 



Monterey 

Northamnton 

Oak Bluff 

Provincctown 

Do 

Springfield 

Vineyard Haven . 

Woburn 

Worcester 

Do 



American Institute of Normal Methods. 

Burdett College 

Emerson CoUege of Oratory 

Miss Farmer' s School of Cookery 

School of Expression 

Old Colony Union Industrial School.. 

Breckcnridge School of Painting 

Burdett College (Lyim Branch) H. W 

Berkshire School of Art {i^--^. ^^-} 

Institute cf Music Pedagogy i Ralph L. Baldwin 

Treat School > Edwin Brvant Treat.. 

H.N.CanipbeU : 

E. Ambrose AVebster. . 

M. F. Palmer ; 

Arthur R. Freedlander 

E. C. Carter 

Albert J. Jameson 

Elizabeth AV.Burbank ] 



Osbourne McConathy 

I. L. Lindaburv ' 

Walter Bradley Tripp .': 

Alice Bradley 

S. M. Lindsay 

Maude My hre 

Hugh H. Breckcnridge I 
" """ Pellon 



Cape Cod School of Art 

School of Drawing and Painting 

Bay Path Institute 

Martha" s V ineyard School of Art 

Warren Academy 

Boys" Trade School , 

David Hale Fanning Trade School for 
Girls. 



July 



July 5 

July 10 

July 2 

June 4 

May 14 

June 15 

July 3 

July 2 

...do.... 

July 9 

May 1 

July 3 

Jime 1 

July 1 

...do 

July 1 

July 9 

July 1 



Aug. 4 
July 28 
Sept. 8 
Aug. 31 
Aug. 7 
Sept. 1 
July 28 

Aug. 10 
Aug. 15 

Aug. 10 

Aue. 29 
July 15 
Aug. 31 



Aug. 27 
Aug. 3 

Sept. 4 
July 28 
Sept. 1 
July 30 

Aug. 4 
Aug. 17 



July 20 
Aug. 1 



Aug. 6 

Aug. 4 
July 27 



Sept. 8 



Aug. 12 



July 26 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 15 
July 27 
Sept. 15 
Sept. 15 
Aug. 26 
Aug. 17 

Aug. 11 

July 24 
Oct. 1 
Aug. 25 
Oct. 1 
July 31 
Aug. 15 
Aug. 31 
Aug. 18 
Do. 



122 



fiDUCATTONAL DIRECTOKY, 1922-1923. 
XVI. — Directors of Summer Schools — Continued. 



n. SECONDARY SCHOOLS (INCLUDING INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER RANK NOT 

APPEARING IN PART I)— Coutinued. 



Location. 



Summer school. 



Director in- 1922. 



Probable date of 
session in 192;j. 




incraGAK. 
Saugatuck 



MINNESOTA. 



Faribault . . 
Minneapolis 

Do 

Do 



^ississipn. 
Alcorn 



Clarksdale 

Jaekson , 

Mound Bayou. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Exeter 



NEW-JERSEY. 



Allenhurst. 

Princeton . . 

Do 



NEW TOBK. 

Albanv 

Clilllfaven 

Cold Spring Harbor , 



Ithaca 

Monrfo 

New York. 

Do 

Do 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Rochester. 



Do. 



Saint Josephs . 
Woodstock 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

AsheviUe 

Do 



Brevard 

Buics Creek. 

Durham 

Greensboro.. 



Pembroke. 



OHIO. 

Cincinnati 

Do 

Columbus 

Oberhn. 



School of Painting. 



Rhattuek School 

Humboldt College 

Minneapolis School of Art. 
Minnesota College . . - 



Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical 

College (colored). 

Clark.^dale Negro Normal School 

Jackson College (colored) 

Bohvar Coimty Training School 

(colored). 



P hilli ps Exeter Academy. 



Rand School 

Princeton School 

Princeton Tutoring School. 



New York State Library School 

Catholic Summer School of America... 
Biological Laboratory of the Brooklyn 

Institute of Arts and Sciences. 

Ithaca Conservatory of Music 

Mackenize School 

JJrown School of Tutoring 

New York Preparatory School 
New York School of Fme and A 

Art. 

Pabner Method School 

Pius X School of Liturgical Music 

Seymour School of Musical Re-Educa- 

tion. 
Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics 

Institute. 

Rochester Business Institute 



I Apphed 



St. Joseph's Vacation School 

School of Landscape Painting of the 
Art Students League of New York. 

Ashcville Normal and Associated 
Schools. 

Southern Term of the School of Ex- 
pression. 

Brevard Institute 

Buies Creek Academy 

National Training School (colored) 

Agricultural and Technical College 
(colored). 

Indian Normal School 



Art Academy of Cincinnati 

Ohio Mechanics Institute 

Capitol College of Oratory and Music. 
Oberlin Business College. 



■VN'illoughby Andrew's Institute for Girls. 



OKLAHOMA. 

GoodweU 



Panhandle Agricultural and Me- 
chanical College. 



Frederick F. Fursman. 



June 24 



John Hersey Wheeler. . June 18 

J. P. Peterson June -11 

MarvMoulton Cheney.: June 18 
Fratik Nelson May 29 



L. J. Rowan. 



H. B. Heidelberg. 

B. B. Dansby 

J. H. Moseley 



John C. Kirtland. 



Edwin 'Watson Hand. 

C. R. Morey. , 

John Gale Hun 



J. I. Wyer 

John E. Flood 

Charles B. Davenport. 

W. Grant Egbert 

James C. Mackenzie.. 

F. L. Brown 

Emil E. Camerer 

Frank Alvah Parsons. 

S. E. Bartow 

Georgia Stevens 

Harriet A. Seymour.. 

Alfred A. Johns 

fS. C. Williams 

\John F. Forbes 

Mother Polycarpa 

GiffordBeal 



John E. Calfee 

S. M. Lindsay 

C. H. Trowbridge 

J. A. Campbell 

James E. Shepard 

D. K. Cherry 

(No summer school, 
1922). 



J. H. Gest 

•JohnT. Faig 

James A. Bums. 
J. T. Henderson. 
Mary W. Seely. . 



George A. Cofley. 



June 

July 25 

July 9 

Aug. 1 



July 10 



July 1 
July 25 
July 16 



June 30 
June 27 



June 5 

June 1 

July 5 

July 1 

July 6 



...do 

July 25 

July 8 

July 15 

[July 2 

July 5 

June 1 



June 1-8 

June 30 

June 12 
May 21 
Jime 20 
June 19 

July 15 



June 18 

...do 

June 19 
June 15 
June 18 



May 28 



Sept. 6 



July 28 
Sept. 1 
July 28 
July 24 



Sept. 5 
Aug. 18. 
Sept. 1 



Aug. 31 



Oct. 1 
Sept. 15 
Sept. 14 



Sept. 8 
Aug. 8 

Aug. 12 
Sept. 1 
Sept. 20 
Sept. 8 
Aug. 18 

Aug. 5 

Aug. 15 
Aug. 18 

Sept. 1 

July 31 

Aug. 9 
Sept. 1 



July 28 

Aug. 11 

July 21 

June 30 

July 31 

Do. 

Aug. 31 



Aug. 25 

July 31 

Ai^. ,7 

Aug. 15 

July 27 



July 28 



1 



DIKECTOKS OF STTMMEE SCTTOOLS. 



123 



XVI. — DiKECTOES OF SuMM\ER ScHooiS — Continued. 

II. SECONDARY SCHOOLS (INCLUDING INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER RANK NOT 

APPEARING IN PART I)— Continned. 



Location. 



Simuner school. 



Director in 1922. 



Probable date of 
session in 1923. 



Opening. I Closing. 



OREGON. 

Portland 

PENNSTDVANIA. 

Lancaster 

Muncy 

Philadelphia 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Piltsbui-gh 

SOUTH CAROLINA, 

Marion 

TENNESSEE. 

Cooke viUe 

Somerville.... 

Walling 

TEXAS. 

Marshall 

San Antcnio 

Waxahachie 

VIRGINIA. 

Lawrenceville 

Manassas 

Norfolk 

tOX-'ISIANA. 

Alexandria 

Amite 

Baton Rouge 

Bernice 

Coushatta 

Delhi 

De Ridder 

Dodson 

Gibsland 

Homer 

Kent wood 

Lake Providence 

Lukeville 

Many 

Minden 



Northwestern School of Commerce . . 



Franklin and Marshall Academy 

Muncy Normal School " 

Brown Preparatory School 

Nefi College of Oratory 

Peirce School of Business Administra- 
tion. 

Pennsylvania Museum and School of 
Industrial Art. 

Byron W. King's School of Oratory... 



Charles F. Walker. 



Jime 13 July 16 



Pee Dee Summer School for Colored 
Teachers (Marion County Training 
School) 



Teimessee Polytechnic Institute 

Fayette County Training School (col- 
ored). 

Webb School 



Wiley TJhiversity (ecAored) . 

Incarnate Word College 

School of Expression 



Saint Paul Normal and Industrial 
School (colored). 

Manassas State Summer School (col- 
ored). 

Norfolk Summer Institute (colored).. 



William M. Hall. 

Lester K. Ade 

Alonzo Brown. . . 

Silas Neff 

L. B. Moffett.... 



Huger ElUott 

Byron W. King.. 



John P. Burgess. 



Q. M. Smith. 
W. P. Ware.. 



R.T. Webb. 
lE. T. Price.. 



M. W. Dogan 

Mother M. Kevia. 
S. M.Lindsay 



J. Alvin Russell.. . 
Edward D. Howe. 
David G. Jacox . . . 



June 18 

...do 

June 20 
June — 
July 2 

...do 

June 11 



July 23 



June 5 
AprU 2 



July 27 

Aug. 1 
Sept. 1 

Julv — 

Aug. 10 

Aug. 4 

July 20 



Aug. 31 



Julv 15 
April 27 



Jime 13 Aug. 14 



June 15 
June 20 



June 15 
June 20 
June 18 



Sept. 1 
Aug. 10 



June 30 July 28 



July 25 
July 30 
July 31 



m. SUMMER NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOLS. 



Rapides Parish Training School for 

Negroes. 
Florida Parish Training School for 

Negroes. 
East Baton Rouge Parish Training 

School for Negi'oes. 
Union Parish Training School for 

Negroes. 
Red River Parish Training School for 

Negroes. 
Richland Perish Training School for 

Negroes. 
Beaiuegard Parish Training School 

for Negroes. 
Winn Parish Training School for 

Negroes. 
Bienville Parish Training School for 

Negroes. 
Claiborne Parish Training School for 

Negroes. 
Tangipahoa Parish Training School 

for Negroes. 
East Carroll Parish Training School 

for Negroes. 
West Baton Rouge Parish Training 

School for Negroes. 
Sabine Parish Training School for Ne- 
groes. 
Webster Parish Training School for 

Negroes. 



R. E. Brown 

W. Dunn 

J. M. Frazier 

Harris Hamilton . 
J. W. Thomas.... 

H. E. Parker 

Y. A. LeNoir.... 

G. L. Hawk 

J. D.Stewart 

F. H. Hendrix... 

G. W.Dillon 

G. W. Griffin- ... 

J. W. Lee 

W. B. Purvis 

J.H. Whaley.... 



Eight weeks. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do." 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



124 



EDUCATIONAL DIEECTORY, 1922-1023. 
XVI. — DIRECTORS OP SuMMER SCHOOLS — Continued. 

III. SUMMER NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOLS— Continued. 



Location. 


Summer school. 


Director in 1922. 


Probable date of 
session in 1923. 




Opening. 


Closing. 


Loui.si.\NA— contd. 
Monroe 


Ouachita Parish Training School for 
Negroes. 

Natchitoches Parish Training School 
for Negroes. 

Orleans Parish Training School for 
Negroes. 

Allen Parish Training School for Ne- 
groes. 

St. Landry Parish Training School for 
Negroes. 

St. Mary Parish Training School for 
Negroes. 

Lincoln Parish Training School for 
Negroes. 

Caddo Parish Training School for Ne- 
groes. 

Madison Parish Training School for 
Negroes. 

Concordia Parish Training School for 
Negroes. 

Franklin Parish Training School for 
Negroes. 

State Summer Normal School (colored) 

State Summer Normal School 

State Summer Normal School (colored) 
do 


M. J Foster 


Eight weeks. 
Do. * 


Natchitoches 


W. F. Boolfer 


New Orleans 


A. E. Perkins 


Do. 


Oakdale 




Do 


Opelousa.s 


J. H. Augustine 

G. C. Jones 


Do. 
Do 


Patterson 


Ruston 


S. B. Belton 


Do 


Shreveport 


R. P. Player 


Do 


Tallulah 


C. H. Hill 


Do 


Vidalia 


E. H. Green 


Do. 


Wiaiisboro 


J. S. Hunter 


Do 


Mis.sis.sipn. 
Charleston 


H. W. McCuUough.... 
M. E.Moffltt 


July 17 


Aug. 19 


Corintli 


(irccnvlUe 


B. L. Hatch 


July 3 




Greenwood 


C. F Canns 




Oranada 


do 


M. McKibbcn 







Hattiesburg 


do 


Carl 8trahan 


June 12 
Aug. 4 
July 17 
.Tuly 10 
July 24 


July 22 


Holly Springs 


do 


J. W. Busby 


Indianola 


do 


W. P. Sanders 

E. E. Long 




Jackson 


do 




Kosciusko 


do 


F. R. McKinnon 

H. V. Cooper 


Sept. 12 


Magnolia 


do 


Meadville 


State Summer Normal Scliool 


B. H. Lewis 






Meridian 


State Summer Normal School (colored) 
State Summer Normal School 


J. P. Still 


June 19 
June 6 
July 17 


July 22 
July 7 
Aug. 19 


Moorhead 


J. S. Vandiver 

J. C. Windham 

B. L. Coulter 


Mound Bayou 

New Albany 


Stale Summer Normal School (colored) 
State Summer Normal School 


Newton 


do 


W.C.Williams 

M. P. Bush 


June 19 
May 29 


July 21 
Tune .*^fl 


Oxford 


do 


Perkinston 


do 


J. H. Forbis 




Port Gibson 


State Summer Normal Scliool (colored) 
do 


C. A. McAmis . 


June 12 
July 10 
July 17 
July 10 

June 28 
do 




Tupelo 


T. M. Milam 


Aug. 11 
Aug. 18 
Aug. 11 

Aug. 3 
Do 


Wesson 


State Summer Normal School 


L. Russell Ellzey 

L. B. Reid 


West Point 


do 


NEW JERSEY. 

Collingswood 

Newton 


State Summer School 

do 


C. A. Philhower 

W. V. Sineer 


Ocean City 


do 




do 


Do. 


TE.XAS. 

Athens 


State Summer Normal School ... . 


J. J. Moufgomory 

John J. BiiiTiT 


June 5 
do 




Ballinger 


do 




Ciarksville 


State Summer Normal School (colored) 
do 


P. Y. Gray... 


June 12 
do 




Conroe 


Waldo Mathews. 




Corpus Christi 

Crockett 


State Summer Normal Scliool 

State Summer Normal School (colored) 
do 


J. Frank McGee 

Sam Houston 


June 5 
June 12 
do 




Dalhis 1 


N. W. Harlee 




(Jreonville 1 


do 


G. W. Pratt 


...do 




Houston 1 


do 


L. M. Terrell 


. do . 




Nacogdoches 1 


do 


E.J. Campbell 


do 




Palacios i 


State Summer Normal School 


M . H. Morris 


June 12 
June 19 
June 12 
...do 




San Antonio ' 


do 


Mother M. Kevin 

Mrs. E. P. Sheperd... 
W. II. Banks 




Tehuacana t 


do 




Tyler 


State Summer Normal School (colored) 
do 




Victoria 


C. H. McGrudcr 


...do 




Weatherford 


State Summer Normal School 


Fred G. Rand 


do... 




VrRGINlA. 

Roanoke 


Summer Institute for Colored Teachers. 


James F. McKoy 


June 19 


July 29 







DIEECTOES OF SUMMEE SCHOOLS. 



125 



XVI. — Directors of Summer Schools — Continued. 

IV. Y. M. C. A. AND Y. W. C. A. SUMMER SCHOOLS AND CAMPS. 



- 






Probable date of 
session in 1923. 


Location. 


Summer school. 


Director in 1922. 






Opening. 


Closing. 


CALIFORNIA. 










T.nc Ano'p]p*> 


Y. M. C. A. School 


J. Gustav White 

F. M. Duckies 


June 15 


Aug. 15 


Sierra Chautauqua . . 

COLORADO. 


Pacific School 










Estes Park 


Estes Park Conference School 


Ira E. Lute 






CONNECTICUT. 










Hartford 


Hilly er Inst itute 


Roy M. Van Fleet 


June 25 


Aug. 3 


DISTRICT OF CO- 




LL'MBIA. 












Y. M. C. A. Schools 


J. A. Bell 


June — 


Sept. — 


ILLINOIS. 








Chicago 


Central Y. M. C . A . Preparatory School 
Division Street Dcpt. Y. M. C. A. 
School 


H. C.Daines 

F. M. Thackaberry.... 
Rov M. Poust 


June 25 

June 24 
June 25 


Aug. 24 


Do 






Aug. 22 
Aug. 2.5 


Do . 


Wilson Ave. Y. M. C. A. School 


MARYL.\ND. 






"Baltimore 


Y. M. C. A. Schools 


E.J. Rutt 


June — 


Sept. — 


MASSACHU.SETTS. 








Huntington School 


Ira A. Flinner 


June 26 
Julv — 
June 26 


Sept. 14 
Aug. — 


Somer\"ille 


Y. M . C . A . School 


Emma G. Blanchard. . 
Elmer Berry 


Springfield 


International Y. M. C. A. College 


Aug. 1 


MICHIGAN. 










Detroit 


Detroit Institute of Technology 


Benjamin D. Edwards 


June 18 


Aug. 10 


MI.SSOUEI. 










Hollister 


Southwestern School 


L. A. Coulter 






NEW YORK. 










Brooklyn 


Bedford Branch Y. M. C. A. School . . . 
Marquand School 


C.E. Conwav 


July 5 
July 2 


Aug. 23 


Do . . 


Carroll CJibney 

Fred S. Goodinan 


Aug. 10 


Silver Bay 


Eastern Association School 


NORTH CAROLINA. 










Blue Ridse 


Southern College 


W. D. Weatherford. . . 
R. H. King 


Jime 15 


Aug. 30 


Do 


Southern School 


OHIO. 










Columbus 


Columbus Y. M. C. A. Law School 

Columbus Y. M. C. A. School of Com- 
merce 


C. M. Roudebush 

L. M. Riclunond 


June — 
do... 


Aug. — 


Do 




Do. 


PENNSYLA'ANIA. 










Pliiladelphia 


Central Y. M. C. A. School 


Cornelius J. Walters... 
W. L. Betts 


June 25 
July 5 


Aug. 3 


Scranton 


Y. M.C. A. School 


Aug. 20 


RHODE ISLAND. 






Providence 


Y. M. C. A. School 


Fred W. Ummcr 


July 2 


Sept. i 


TEXAS. 




Houston 


Houston School of Technology 


F.C. Fields 


June 1 


July 31 


VIRGINIA. 








Sweet Briar 


Summer School of Junior Y. W. C. A. 
of the Southeastern Atlantic States.. 


Miss Coding 


June 20 


June 30 



26714°— 23 9 



126 EDUCATIOXAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

XVI. — Directors of Summer Schools — ContinueQ. 

IV. Y. M. C. A. AND Y. W. C. A. SUMMER SCHOOLS AND CAMPS— Continued. 



Location. 


Summer school. 


Director in 1922. 


• Probable date of 
session in 1923. 




Opening. 


Closing. 


■WASHINGTON. 

Seabeck 


Pacific Northwest School 

Chesapeake School 


j 
W. W. Dillon 




WEST VreGINIA. 

Harper's Ferrv 


J. E. Moorland 






WISCONSIN. 

College Camp 

ONTARIO. 

Lake Couchiching. . . 


Association College 


I 
1 
1 
F. H. Burt 




Canadian School 


Harry Ballantvn.. . 

















V. SUMMER SCHOOLS FOR TEACHERS OF EXCEPTIONAL CLASSES. 



St. Louis, Mo- 
Vlncland, N. J 
Rome, N. Y.. 



Central Institute for the Deaf 

Training School at Vmeland, N. J 

Rome State School 



Julia M. Connery. 
E. R. Johnstone. 
Charles Bernstein 



June 


20 


Julv 


11 


July 


1 



July 19 
Aug. 19 
July 30 



XVII. — Librarians op Public and Society Libraries. 



Location. 


Name of library. 


Librarian. 


Number 

bound 

vohimes. 


ALABAMA. 

Alabama City 


Gardner Nichols Library 


E. R. Lavoorn . 


1 500 




Carnecie Library 


Mildred Goodrich 


9,500 
4,000 
90,993 
4,500 
6,641 
5,500 


Rpssenier . 


do 


Mrs. W. T. WarUck 




Public Library 


Lloyd W. Josselvn 


Dpc3tur --.. 


Carnegie Library 


Louise Leadingham 


Enslev 


Public Librarv 


Mrs. Edith Edwards . 


Eufaiila 


Carnegie Librarv 


Mrs. WiUa E. Barron 


Fairhope 


Public Librarv.". 


Mrs. Marv H. Lee 


5,000 
3,000 

8 750 


Florence 


Southern Library Association Li- 
brary. 
PubUc Librarv 


Mrs. W. B. Ragsdale 


Gadsden .--. 


Lena Martin 


HuBtsvillc 


Carnegie Library 

Association Public Library 


Mrs. J. L. Darwin 


6,400 

22,000 

6,000 

20,000 

150,000 

50.946 


Mobile 


Leila E. Aunspaugh 


Do 


Public Librarv 


Mrs. Lev.'is W. Harris. 


Monteomerv 


Carnegie LiV>rar v 


Laura M. Elmore 


Do 


DeparMiient of Archives and History 

Library. 
State and Supreme Court Library. . . 
Carnegie Librarv 


Mary R. Mullen 


Do 


J. M. Riggs 


Selma 


Bettie Keith 


10 000 


Talladega 


PubUc Librarv : 


Mrs T. B Grofp 


17,000 


Troy 


Carnegie Library kveivn Somervilie 


6,000 


Tuscumbia 


Helen Keller Library 

Public Librarv 


Mrs. E. P. Rand . . . 


3,644 
3 692 


Union SDrintTS. . 


Mr^llip 'Mnrman 


AEIZONA. 

Bisbee 


Copper Queen Library Afiss TTate A. Goniirieh _ . 


10,000 


Douglas 


PubUc Library . 

. ..do 


Mrs. Kate Goodri'h 


6,000 

4,000 

5,50J 

27,500 

36,500 


FlaiiStafT 


Lucina De Vanev 


Globe 


Old Dominion Library 

Public Library 


Mrs. 0. J. Tuscleka 


Phoenix 


^fall(^p. TT. Claiispn 


Do 

Prescott 

Tucson 


State Librarv ' Con P. Cronin_.. 


Public Librarv 


Mrs. Florence G. Emerson 

Mrs. Mary Breathitt 


5,000 


Carnegie Free Library 


24,536 



PUBLIC AND SOCIETY LIBRARIES. 127 

XVII. — Librarians op Public and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location . 



ARBLS.NSAS. 



Fayetteville. 
Fort Smith.. 
Little Rock.. 

Mena 

Pine Bluff... 
Subiaco 



CALIFORNIA. 



Alameda 

Alhambra 

Bakersfield 

Do , 

Berkelev 

Chico..." 

Col ton - 

Colusa 

Corona 

Coronado 

Covina 

ElCentro 

Do 

Eureka 

Do 

Exeter 

Fairfield 

Fresno 

Grass Valley 

Hanford 

Do 

Hayward 

Hemet 

Independence 

Long Beach 

Los Angeles 

Do 

Los Gatos 

Madera 

Martinez 

MarysviQe 

Merced 

Modesto 

Monrovia 

Napa 

Natioi.al City 

Nevada City 

Oakland 

Do 

Ocean?ide 

Ontario 

Orange 

Oroville 

Oxnard 

Pacific Grove 

Palo Alto 

Pasadena 

Petulama 

Pomona 

Red Bluff 

Redlands 

Richmond 

Riverside 

Sacramento 

Do 

Salinas 

San Bernardino.. 

Do 

San Diego 

Do 

Ban Francisco . . . 
San Jose 

Do 

San LuLs Obispo. 

San Mateo 

San Rafael 

Santa Ana 

Santa Barbara... 
Santa Cruz , 



Name of library. 



Librarian. 



Public Library 

Carnegie City Library 

PubUc Library 

do 

do 

New Subiaco Abbey Library. 



Free Library 

Public Library 

Beale Memorial Free Public Library 

Kern County Free Library 

PubUc Library 

do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Lila G. RoUston 

Ethel B. Kellar 

Beatrice Prall 

Mrs. Ida H. Robbins. 
Mrs. C. W. Bishop... 
Rev. George Biakert. 



Imperial County Free Library 

Public Library 

Free Library 

Humboldt County Free Library 

Carnegie Library 

Solano County Free Library 

County Free Library 

Public Library 

do 

Kings County Free Library 

Free Library 

Frse Public" Library 

Inyo County Free Library 

Public Library 

Los Angeles County Free Library. 

Public Library 

do 

Madera County Free Library 

Contra Costa County Free Library . . 

City Library 

Merced Coimty Free Library 

Stanislaus County Free Library 

Public Library 

Goodman Public Library 

Public Library 

Free PubUe Library 

Free Library 

Alameda County Library 

Public Library 

do 

Free PubUc Library 

Butte County Free" Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Herbert Kraft Free Library 

A.K. Smiley Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

City Free Library 

State Library 

Monterey County Free Library 

Public tibrary 

San Bernardino County Free Library 

Public Library 

San Diego County Free Library 

Public Library 

Free PubUc Library 

Santa Clara County Free Library . . . 

Free Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

Free Public Library 

do 

PubUc Library 



Mrs. MarceUa H. Krauth 

Artena M. Chapin 

Mrs. Miriam C. Post 

Mrs. Julia G. Babcock 

C. B. Joeckel 

Laura A. Sawyers , 

Mrs. Anna E. Spragins 

Belle Crane 

E. Leone Zink , 

Gabrielle Morton , 

Mrs. Henrietta M. Faulder 

Mrs. Thomas Beeman , 

Agnes F. Ferris 

Henry A. Kendal 

Ida M. Reagan 

Mrs. Blanche L. MarceUus 

Clara B. Dids 

Sarah E. McCardle 

Frances Doom 

Eleanore Kvle 

do ". 



Elizabeth CreeUnan 

Violet R. Tapper 

Anne Margrave 

Zaidee Brown , 

CeUa Gleason 

Everett R. Perry , 

Caroline BaUey , 

JuUa Steffa , 

Mrs. AUce G. Whitbeck , 

Marv E. Sabers 

Win'nif red H . Bigley , 

Bessie B. Silverthom , 

Anne L. Crews , 

MinnleC. Shreve 

Susie Moore , 

Annie James , 

Charles S. Greene 

Mary J. Barmby 

Edith A. Whiting , 

Miss K. A. Monroe 

Claire Bonnell , 

Blanche Challant 

Ethel CarroU 

Jessie W. Nichols 

Frances D . Pat terson , 

Jeannette Drake , 

Sara Frances Cassiday , 

Sarah M. Jacobus , 

Frances Walker 

Gwendolyii M. Tinker, acting 

Norah McNeill , 

Charles F. Woods , 

Susan T. Smith 

iOlton J. Ferguson , 

Anne Hadden 

May Coddington 

Caroline S-. Waters 

Althea H. Warren 

Eleanor Hitt 

Robert Rea 

Mrs. Edith Daley 

Stella Huntingdon 

Mrs. E. L. Kellogg 

Inez M. Crawford 

Margaret MacDonald 

Jeanette E. McFadden 

Mrs. Frances B. Linn 

Minerva H. Waterman 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



5,269 
10,872 
36,208 

2,500 
10,000 
11,000 



58,041 
25,679 
38,253 
120,000 
90,500 

9,583 
10,500 

5,821 

9,803 
10,000 
10,055 
47.921 
13; 018 
14,263 
51,648 

3,375 

33, 513 

230,377 

6,898 
12,708 
71,932 

7,000 

5,128 

16,000 

6S,658 

324,883 

453,442 

9,600 
50, 485 
172,604 
10,000 
37, 547 
4-1,143 
10,000 
15,000 

7,900 

6,4.50 ■ 
138,000 
65,982 

9,000 
12,000 
12,000 
39,692 
15, 378 
11,580 
16,300 
83,000 
13, 169 
46,825 
10,500 
38,409 
36,484 
89,407 
100, 613 
374, 000 
52,072 
23,253 
60,526 
88, 473 
67,029 
270.3.37 
36,000 
72,618 
13,580 
14,480 
13,000 
27,000 
74, 731 
46,300 



128 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1D22-1923. 

XVII. — LiBHAiUAXS OF PuBLic AND SOCIETY LIBRARIES — Continued. 



Location. 



CALIFORNIA— continued. 



Pant a Monica — 

Santa Rosa 

Sierra Madre 

Sou til Pasadena. 

Sta^kton 

Ttilarc 

\'allejo 

\entiira 

Visalia 

Do 

AValsonville 

Whiltier 

"Willows 

AVoodland 

Vrcka 

1)0 



COLORADO. 



Alamosa , 

Boiilder 

(^anon City 

("olorado Springs. 

Delta 

Denver 

Do 

Durango 

Eaton 

Evergreen 

Florence 

Fort Collins 

Fort Morgan 

Orand Junction.. 

Greeley 

Idaho Springs 

La Junta 

Lamar , 

lycadville , 

Littleton 

Ivongmont 

Loveland , 

Maiiitou 

Montrose 

Ouj-ay 

Pueblo 

Rocky Ford , 

Salida 

Sterling , 

Trinidad 



CONNT:CTICt:T. 



Ansonia 

Branford 

Bridgeport , 

Bristol 

Canaan 

Cheshire 

Colchester 

Columbia 

Cornwall 

Danbury 

Danielson 

Darien 

Derbv 

Do 

Durham Center. 
East Haddam . . 
East Hartford . . 

Ellington 

Fairfield 

Farmington 

Greenwich 

Groton 

Hartford 

Do 

Do 

UUMu-M 



Kanic of liltrarv. 



-do. 



Free Public Library 

Public l-ibrary ..." 

....do 

Free Public Library 

....do 

Public Library 

....do ". 

Free Library 

Tulare CounI y Fre« Library . . 

Carnegie Public Library 

Public Library ". 

Glenn County Free Library... 
Yolo County'Free Library". . . . 

Carnegie Library '. 

Siskiyou County Free Library 



Carnegie Library 

Public Library ." 

do 

do 

do 

do 

State Library 

Public Library 

....do 

....do 

do 

do 

Carnegie Public I^ibrary 

Carnegie Public Library 

Public Library '. 

Carnegie Public Library 

Woodruff Memorial Library. 

Carnegie Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

Carnegie Library 

do 

do 

Walsh Public Library 

McClelland Public Library.. 

Public Library 

do ". 

do 

do 



Public Library , 

Blackstone Memorial Library , 

Public Library 

do 

Douglas Library , 

Public Library! , 

Cragin Memorial Library , 

Saxton B. Little Free Library 

Library Association 

Danbury Library 

Free Public Library 

Free Library Association 

Derby Neck Library 

Public Library 

Durham Public Library , 

East Haddam Public Library , 

Public Library 

Hall Memorial Library 

Memorial Library , 

Village Library , 

Greenwich Library , 

Bill Memorial Lib'rary , 

Case Memorial Library , 

Public Library 

State Library 

Wolcott and Litchticld Circulathig 
Library. 



Librarian. 



Elfie A. Mosse 

Margaret A. Barnett — 

Lulu Moore 

Mrs.NelUe E. Keith... 

H. O. Parkinson 

Mrs. Rosa D. Reardon. 

L. Gertrude Doyle 

Elizabeth R. To"pping. . 

Mrs. M. J. McEwen 

Grel Chen Flower 

Belle M. Jenkins 

Jessie Harris 

Maude Middleton 

Nancy Chanyenous 

Miss N. DowUng 

Thelma Bracket! 



Mrs. Beriha E. Roberts 

Lena R. Fenton 

Katherine Sartor 

Lucy W. Baker 

Anna Nutter 

Chalmers Hadley 

Mary C. C. Bradford 

Sadie K. Sullivan 

Edith L. ColTiuan 

Juha B. Douglas 

Jessie M . Lud wick 

Elfreda Stebbins 

Mrs. Estella M. McCutcheon. 

Camille Wallace 

Elizabeth Welch 

Mrs. Margaret Robins 

Mabel Healy 

Josephine Silver 

Marian Clune 

Gertrude Nicholas 

Genevieve Dorsett 

Mrs. Anna Duffield 

Clotilde Reichmuth 

Helen C. Deicher 

Mrs. Mary L. Davis 

Mary L. Strang 

Mary L. Weaver 

Mrs. H.I. Cook 

Katherine Marvin 

Andrew J. Floyd 



Anne G. Richards 

Charles N. Baxter 

Henry N . Sanborn 

Charles L. AVooding — 
Mrs. Nellie A. Preston.. 
Ruth Van de Bogart. . . 

Mrs. Charles Beebe 

Lillian W. Rice 

Emily E. Marsh 

Mary P. Wiggin 

Harry E. Bach 

Clara Scofield 

Mary A . Hurley 

Emma E. Lessev 

Mrs. Albert L. Hall.... 
Mrs. Charles H. Rogers. 

Jessie W. Hayden 

Alice E. Pinriey 

Eleanor N. Morehouse.. 

Helen H. Scorth 

EllaM. Bru.sh 

Abby M. Clarke 

Charles S. Thayer 

Caroline M. Hewins 

George S. Godard 

Katharine Baldwin 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



35, 500 
29,098 
10,000 
21,546 
S7, 138 

9,000 
17,733 
42, 552 

6,979 
63,052 

9,976 
15,551 
25,280 
55, 179 

2,854 
39,607 



4,850 

13,000 
8,000 

40,000 

6,106 

229,219 

89,000 

11,540 
5,000 
4,550 
3,281 

15, 205 
6,500 
8,000 

19,600 
5,648 

30,000 
4,800 
7,299 
4,400 
8,000 
6,000 
4,200 
4,000 
9,448 

35,000 
5,764 
7,539 
6,500 

24,000 



21, 299 

39, 770 
170, 860 

41,744 
5,111 
8,198 
7,000 
7,341 
6,000 

26,595 

12,766 
7,496 

19,479 

23, .517 
7,093 
8,640 

11,400 
7,000 

10,000 
9,939 

15,232 

7,900 

119,000 

150,000 

300,000 

15,829 



PUBLIC AXD SOCIETY LIBRARIES. 129 

XVII. — Librarians of Public and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



CONNECTICUT— contd. 



Madison 

Meriden 

Middlefleld . . 
Middletown . 

•Milford , 

Montville 

Moodus 

Mystic 

Naugatuck . . 



New Britain 

New Canaan 

New Haven 

New London 

New Milford 

Newtown 

Norfolk 

Northfleld 

North Granby 

Norwalk ". 

Norwich 

Do 

Old L\Tue 

Old Saybrook. ...... 

Pomfret '. 

Portland..... 

Putnam 

Ridgeflpld 

Rockville 

Salisbury 

Se Jin our 

Sharon 

Shelton 

Simsbury 

South Manchester . 

South Norwalk 

Southii)gton 

Southport 

Stafford Springs... 

Stamford 

Stonington 

Stratford 

Suffield 

Thomaston 

Thompson ville 

Torrington 

Wallingford 

Wasliingtoh 

Waterbury 

Watertown 

Westport 

Wothersfleld 

■\Villimantic 

Do 

Winsted 



Name of library. 



E. C. Scranton Memorial Library. 

Curtis Memorial Library 

Levi E. Coe Public Library 

Russell Library ." 

Taylor Library 

Raymond 

East Haddam Public Library 

Mystic and Noank Library. -". 

Howard Whittemore Memorial Li- 
brary. 

New Britain Institute 

New Canaan Library 

Free Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

Beach Memorial Library 

Norfolk Library ." 

Gilbert Library 

Frederick H. Cossitt Library 

Public Library 

Otis Library 

Peck Library 

Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library 

Acton Library ". 

Pomfret Library 

Buck Library 

Free Public Library 

R idgefield Library 

Public Library 

ScoviUe Memorial Library 

Public Library 

Hotchldss Memorial Library 

Plumb Memorial Library 

Free Library 

do 

Public Library 

do 

Pequot Library 

Stafford Public Library 

Ferguson Library 

Free Library 

Library Association 

Kent Memorial Library 

PubUc Library 

Enfield Public Library 

Torrington Library 

Public Library 

Gunn Memorial Library 

•SOas Bronson Library 

Library Association 

Public" Library 

do 

Dunham Hall Library 

Public Library ." 

Beardsley Library 



DELAWARE. 



Dover State Library 

New Castle New Castle Library 

Odessa I Corbit Library 

"Wilmington Wilmington Institute Free Library. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



Washington . 



Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Carnegie Endowment for Interna- 
tional Peace. 

Library of Congress 

Pan American Union (Columbus 
Memorial Library). 

Peabody Library 

Public Library , 

U. S. Departrnent of Agriculture 

Weather Bureau 

U. S. Department of Commerce 

Bureau of Fisheries 

Bureau of Standards , 

Coast and Geodetic Survey 



Librarian. 



Evelyn Meriwether. 
Corinne A. Deshon.. 



EdnaH. Wilder 

Howard C. Meserve 

Lucy P. Scholfield , 

Mrs. Charles H. Rogers. 

Genevra E. Ricker , 

E. M. Goodyear , 



Greta E. Brown 

EUaH. Stevens 

Willis K. Stetson 

Frederick W. Edgerton. . , 

Elizabeth H. Noble 

Abbie L. Peck 

Marv C. Seymour 

Wallace Humiston 

Mabel L. Allen 

Dotha Stone Pmueo 

Imogene A. Cash , 

Dorothy G regson 

Bessie Connolly 

Anna D. Sheffield 

M. L. Harvey 

Frances P. Robinson 

Emma J . Kinney 

Jennie Smith... ." 

Edith M. Peck 

Charlotte B . Norton , 

Elizabeth M. Lovering 

Mary C. Mac^ey , 

Jessamine Ward , 

Julia E. Pattison , 

Jessamine M. Smith , 

Mrs. Agnes E. Blaiichard. 

PameMa F. Robbius , 

Helen M. Bradley , 

Mabel G . Meyers' , 

Alice M.Colt , 

Mrs. K. Hahn 

Frances B . Russell 

Madeline H. Spencer 

Mrs. Clara Florian 

Elizabeth Sullivan , 

Kate W. Sanford, actine. . 
Mrs. I. C. Pattee, acting... 

Fanny P. Brown , 

Helen Sperry 

Jennie M. Smith , 

Mrs. Edith V. Sherwood. 

Frances S. Shedd , 

Mrs. Hattie B. Gates , 

Mrs. W. D. Terrv 

Elizabeth TiffanV 



E. B. Louderbaugh. 

Kate Lambson 

Helen W. Sparks 

Arthur L. Bailev — 



M. Alice Matthews. 



Herbert Putnam 

Charles E. Babcock. 



Eva Nelson Gilbert . . . 
George F. Bowermau. 
Claribel R.Barnett... 
C. Fitzhugh Talmau. . 

Anne G. Cross 

Elizabeth Dulin 

A. Fanti 

William A. Maskct, jr. 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



13,000 

24,830 

8,328 

25,000 

10,950 

7,278 

8,640 

7,725 

16,012 

90,000 
12,226 
165,000 
41,743 
13, 049 

5,500 
23,000 

5,500 

7,870 
14,205 
43,000 
18,783 

9,542 
10,000 
10,000 

7,500 

8,707 
11,720 
15, 875 
12,977 

9,512 

9,286 
19,965 
14, 138 
21,154 
15,260 

8,981 
44,441 

7,556 
41,725 

8,390 
20,303 
21,156 

7,006 

8,965 
15,404 
14,000 

7,500 
117,899 

9,976 
12,000 

8,200 

6,715 
10, 171 
14,331 



100,000 
6,300 
8,000 

106,348 



20,000 

3,410,000 
50,400 

9,000 
243, 148 
165,000 
41,000 
75,000 
41,000 
25,000 
20,000 



130 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

XVII. — Librarians op Public and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMniA- 

continued. 



Washington . 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



FLOEIDA. 



Bartow 

Clearwater 

Deland 

Jacksonville. .. 

Ocala 

St. Augustine.. 
St. Petersburg. 

Sarasota 

Tampa 

West Tampa.. 



OEOEGIA. 



Americus 

Atlanta 

Do 

Columbus . . . 

Cordele 

Dublin 

Fitzgerald... 

Griffin 

Macon 

Marietta 

Montezuma.. 

Newnan 

Rome 

Savannah . . . 
Thomasville. 

Valdosta 

Washington . 



IDAHO. 

American Falls. 
Boise 

Do 

Do 

Caldwell 

Coeur d'Alene.. 

Idaho Falls 

Lewibton 

Moscow 

Pocatello 

Twin Falls 

Wallace 

Weiser 



Name of library. 



U. S. Department of the Interior: 

Bureau of Kducation 

Bureau of Mines 

Geological Survey 

Patent Oftice 

U. S. Department of Justice 

U. S. Dcjiartnient of Labor 

U. S. l)ei)ariniont of the Navy 

Naval Observatory 

U. S. Department of State, Bureau 

of Rolls and Library. 
U. S. Department of the Treasury... 

Bureau of Public Uealtii Service. 

Ofnce of Solicitor of the Treasury. 
U . S. Department of War: 

Army War College 

Engiiieer School Library 

Surgeon General's Office 

U. S. House of Repre.-X'ntatives 

U. S. Interstate Commerce Commis- 
sion. 

U. S. Public Documents Library 

U. S. Senate Library 

U. S. Smithsonian Institution 

Bureau of American Ethnology. 
U. S. Soldiers' Home Library 



Public Library.; 

do 

do 

Public Library. . 

....do "... 

Free Public Libr; 
Public Library. . 

Sarasota Library 

PubUc Library 

Free PubUc Library 



ry. 



Carneale Library 

...do 

State Library 

Public Library 

Cirnegie Library 

Public Library 

....do : 

Havvkes Free Children's Library. 

Price Free Library 

Clarke Library Association 

Carnegie Library 

do 

Public Library 

....do 

....do 

Carnegie Library 

Mary WiUis Library 



Public Library 

Carnegie Public T^ibrary 

Idaho Free TraveUng Library. 

State Law Library 

Free Public I..ibrary 

Public Library 

....do 

Carnegie Library 

Public Library 

Carnegie Pubhc Library 

Public Library 

....do 

....do 



Librarian. 



John p. Wolcott 

Mrs. Edith Spofford.. 
Julia L. V. McCord.. 

Miles Oscar Price 

George Kearney 

Laura A. Thompson . 



William D. Horigan. 
Gaillard Hunt 



Emma M. V. Triepel. 

Margaret Doonan 

James S. Maddux 



Nannie C. BarndoUar. 

H. E. Haferkorn 

Robert E. Noble 

John Kimball Parish.. 
Leroy S. Boyd 



Sarah Ambler. 
W. P. Scott... 
Paul Brockett. 

Ella Leary 

G. V. Evans.. 



Samuel S. Green 

Grace E. Moas 

Gertrude E. Mann. . 
Joseph F. Marron. .. 

Louise Gamsby 

Elizabeth Monk 

Emma M. Williams. 

Janet Ashby 

Helen V.Stelle 

Rita I. Castillo 



Mrs. L. P. Merritt 

Tommie Dora Barker . . 

Mrs. Maud B. Cobb 

Mrs. C. L. Gordy 

Louise O. Bereaw 

Mrs. J. A. CaisweU 

Louisa Smith .• 

Mrs. Mary E. Longdon.. 

Minnie F. Rice 

Sally M. Akin 

Mrs. Rufus Forehand.. 

Katherine Powel 

Helen Eastman 

C. Seymour Thompson. 

Mary H. Hansell 

EUzabeth Havenkotte.. 
Hardeman T. Wood 



Delia Reed 

Doris Crawford 

Margaret S. Roberts 

Pearl Tyer 

Mrs Olive Bess 

Helen G . Norton 

Marion Orr 

Margaret G . G uyer 

EttaB. McBryde 

Mrs. Jessie S. Millener 

Jessie Eraser 

Mrs. Addie R. Carpenter. 
OUve Lacey 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



17.S,000 
20,000 

H)0,000 
85,000 
56,000 
90,000 
52,705 
30,(>08 
60,000 

10,265 
9,000 
7,000 

200,000 
60,000 

700, 000 
25,000 
16,000 

291,30.3 

260,000 

300,000 

24,566 

16,678 



18 
6 
7 

03 
9 
9. 
9 
3 

19 
8, 



,602 
000 
500 

44,S 
,055 

880 
.147 

000 
,000 
,989 



6,000 

77,000 

75,000 

19,«02 

6, 738 

4,324 

5,000 

35, 000 

7,000 

5,000 

8,369 

7,157 

7,600 

28,000 

7,009 

5,578 

9,345 



4,575 

35, 160 

27, 520 

40.000 

10. 000 

5,000 

6,650 

12, 000 

5, 058 

10,000 

7,000 

7,000 

2,500 



PUBLIC AND SOCIETY LIBRARIES. 131 

XVII. — Librarians op Public and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



Name of library. 



Librarian. 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



ILUNOIS. 



Alton. 



Aurora 

Batavia 

Belleville 

Belvidere 

Bloomiugton 

Blue Island 

Cairo 

Cambridge 

Canton 

Carthage 

Centralia 

Champaign 

Charleston 

Chicago 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Chicago Heights . 
Chillicothe 



CUnton.. 
Danville. 
Decatur . 
De Kalb. 
Dixon . 



Earmlle 

East St. Louis. . 
Edwards^^lle... 

Elgin 

Elkhart 

Evanston 

Fairburv 

Freeport 

Galena 

Galesbiu-g 

Genesee 

Geneva 

GUman 

Griggsville 

Harvard 

Harvey 

Highland Park. 

Hinsdale 

Hoopeston 

Jacksonville 

JoUet 

Kankakee 

Kewanee 

Knoxville 

La Grange 

Lake Forest 

La SaUe 

Lincoln 

Macomb 

Marion 

Mattoon 

Mayvrood 

Mendota 

Minonk 

Moline 

Monticello 

Morrison 

Naperville 

Oak Park 

Olney 

Onarga 

Ottawa 

Pana 

Paris 

Paxton 

Pelrin 

Peoria 

Pittsfield 

Piano , 

Polo , 

Pontiac 



Jennie D. Hayner Library Associa- 
tion. 

PubUc Library 

....do 

do 

Iva PubUc Library 

Withers Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

Townsliip PubUc Library 

ParUn PubUc Library 

Free Public Library 

PubUc Library 

....do 

Carnegie Library 

John Crerar Library 

Municipal Reference Library , 

Newberry Library 

PubUc Library , 

do 

ChiUicothe Township Free Public 
Library. 

Vespasian Warner PubUc Library. . , 

Public Library , 

Free Public Library 

Haish Library , 

PubUc Library 

...do 

do 

Free Public Library 

Gail Borden PubUc Library 

Elkhart PubUc Library , 

PuljUc Library 

Dominy Membiial Library 

PubUc Ubrary , 

., do 

do 

do 

do 

Douglas Township Library , 

Public Librarj- , 

Del OS F . Diggins Library 

PubUc Library 

do 

do 



QO 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Free PubUc Library 

Public Library , 

do 

do 

Free Public Library 

Carnegie Library 

Public Library 

do 

Graves Public Library 

Filger Library 

Public Library 

AUerton PubUc Library 

OdeU PubUc Library 

Nichols Library 

PubUc Lilirary 

Carnegie Library 

Free Public Library 

Reddick's Public Library 

PubUc i/ibra ry 

do 

Carnegie Library 

Public Library 

....do : 

....do 

Little Rock Township Public Library 
Buffalo Township PubUc i^ibrary. ..I 
PubUc Library | 



Harriet C. Dolbee. 



Jamas Shaw 

Cassie W. Stephens 

BeUa Steuernagel 

EUzabeth BaUard 

NelUe E. Parham 

Louise Denton 

Effie A . Lansden 

Bertha Stoughton 

Mrs. Josephine H. Resor 

Mrs. EUzabeth E. Pennock... 

CeUa M. MUes 

Ethel G. Kratz 

Louise Bennett 

Clement W. Andrews 

Frederick Rex 

George B. Utley 

CarlB. Roden 

May L. Donaldson 

Mrs. Helen B. Alder 



LilUan Kent , 

B. B. SeiweU , 

Mrs. Alice G. Evans , 

Josepliiiie M. JandeU 

Mai-y F. Wynn , 

Fanny M. BurUngame , 

J. Lyon Woodruff 

Sarah Coventry , 

Katherine L. Abbott 

Mrs. C. L. Brennan , 

IdaF. Wright , 

Mildred McCormack 

Ruth P.Hughes 

Anna P. Hughlett 

Anna F. Hoover 

Sophia J. Grant 

Katie L. Hav.'kins 

Leola Hulce 

Mary G ibbs , 

Mrs. Ida L. G. Dickson. . .., 

Mrs. Sarah Daniels , 

Helen W. Gemmg 

Dorothy C. Hayes , 

Lena E. Adams 

Josephine E. Cooper, acting... 
Mrs. Rena M. Barickman . . . 

Dorothy Brown 

Harriet P. Turner 

Mrs. Charity A. Penn 

Louise E. DeWitt 

Frances E. Kemp 

Ka thryne G . Coleman 

Ida M. Webster 

Mahala Phelps 

Mrs. Nannie G. Parks 

Blanche Gray 

Mrs. Elizabeth M. Southward. 

Sadie E. Wilcox 

Edith M.Ford 

Minnie Kohler 

Lena Bragg 

Anna E. Corcoran 

Mary B. Egermann 

Helen A. Bagley 

Cora BeUe Morris 

Mrs. Edna Stratton 

Vida P. Beem 

Mrs. NeUie C. Russell 

Leota Price 

Emma Meharry 

Anna M. Smith 

Edwin WUey 

Helen S. Shadel 

Mrs. Maude E. Henning 

Edith C. McCoy 

NeU Thornton 



16, 407 

45,000 
11,255 
36, 021 
13, 096 
30, 000 

9,4S0 
25, 551 

8,600 
12, 3X9 

7,500 

8,039 

30, 383 

10, 1.S.S 

448, 626 

75, 835 

403, 883 

1,015,000 

11,600 

4,628 

14, 766 
36,810 
45, 603 
25, 129 
21,220 

7,994 
33, 000 

4,500 
67, 000 

2,050 
76, 473 

6, 500 
46,029 
10,079 
56,044 

13, S,->0 
8,281 
5,360 
4,000 
7,157 
5,125 

15,000 
8,700 
11, 000 
34,539 
50,000 
13, 493 
18, 669 
4,62S 
10,000 
21,000 
15,000 
19,000 

14, 054 
4,870 

11,104 
9,957 
7, 850 
5,855 

33, 200 
9,065 
6,704 
6,104 

41,.000 
5,800 
6,000 

18,000 
8,144 

10,700 
9,079 

13,354 

126, 420 

6,772 

8,853 

6, 457 

12,000 



132 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOEY, 1922-1923. 

XVII.— I.iBRARiAxs OF PcBLic AND SociETY LIBRARIES — Continued. 



Location. 



iiXiNois— con-tinned. 



Name of library. 



Matson Public Library. 
Free PuWic l.ilirary...".. 

Public i.ibrarv 

....do ". 



IVincpton 

Quincv 

hock "I.'^taud 

Rockford 

Rockton I Talcott Free Library 

Savanna j Public Library 

Slidbyville I Free Puliic Library 

Spring \alley 

Sprinirlield 

1)0 

Plerling 

Streator 

SA'camorp 

Taylorville 

Irbaua 

Warren 

Warsaw 

Watseka 

Waukegan 

Wheaton 

Wilmette 

Winnetka 

Wood.vtock 



INDIANA. 



Alexandria. ... 

Anderson 

Aurora 

Bedford 

Hloomington. . 

BlufTton 

Prazil 

Carlisle 

Carthage 

Columbia City. 
Columbus. . .". . 
Connersville... 
CrawfordsviJle. 

Danville 

Decatur 

Elkhart 

El wood 

Evansville 

Do 

Fort Wayne... 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Cary 

G CKsnen 

Oreencastle 

(Irecntield 

(ireen.sburg 

Hammond 

Hartford City.. 
Huntington. . . 
Indianapolis... 

Do 

JelTersonville . . 

Kokomo 

La Fayette 

Imports 

JyeDanon 

Linton 

Logansport.... 

Madison 

Marion 

Michigan City. 

Mishawaka 

Montpelier 

Mount Vernon. 

Muncie 

New Albany... 

Peru 

Portland 

Princeton 

Rensselaer 

Rochester , 



Public Library. 

Lincoln Lilirary 

State Lil)rary . ". 

Public Library 

do 

do 

do 

Free Public Library 

do : 

do 

Public Library 

do 

Adams Memorial Library. 

Free Public Library ". . 

Public Library 

do ■. 



Public Library 

Carnegie Public Lil)rary 

Public Library 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Henry Henley Public Library. 

Peabody Free Library 

Public Library ." 

do ". 

do 

do 

do 

Carnegie Library , 

Public Library.". , 

do ". 

Willard Library , 

Public Librarj''. , 

do 

do 

do 

Carnegie Public Library 

do 

Public Library 

Carnegie Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

Citv Free Library 

Public Library 

State Library 

Township Public Library 

Carnegie Public Library.' 

Public Library 

do 



.do., 
.do., 
.do., 
.do., 
.do., 
.do., 
.do., 
.do. 



Alexandrian Free Public Library... 

Public Library 

do 

....do 

Carnegie Free Library 

Public Library 

....do ■. 

....do 



Librarian. 



Agnes M. Robinson. .. 

Margaret Ringier 

Ellen <iale 

Jane P. Hubbell 

Mary C. Forward 

Hatlie L. Greve 

Oma Stcwardson 

Margaret Woods 

Martha Wilson 

Louis L. Kmmerson... 

Sadie F. Murphy 

Clara Hoadley . ." 

Julia S. Osborne 

Aline E. Emery 

Ida B. Hanes." 

Mrs. R. D. Spofford... 
Mrs. Clara M. Mills.... 
Mrs. Josephine Yoimt. 

I^aura J. Perrin 

Vivian Marie Reber. . . 

Sue Osmotherly 

Mary E. Hewes 

Laura M. Wandrack. . 



Mrs Ralph Bertsche 

Margaret A . Wade 

Constance L. Wilder 

Minta Stone 

Mrs. K. G. Paulson 

Mrs. Ida R. Ashbaucher 

Mrs. (Jeraa Gunnison 

Mrs. Luella B. Wagner 

Mat tie Clark 

Berlram French 

Lenore Bonham 

IsabellBall 

Gertmde E. Aiken 

Lou Robinson 

Annette L. Moses 

EUa F. Corwin 

Mrs. Ralph Donaldson 

Ethel Farquhar McCullough.. 

Katherine M. Imbusch 

Margaret M . Colerick 

Olive Brumbaugh 

Julia A . Mason 

William J. Hamilton 

Elizabeth L. Rockwell 

Belle S. Hanna 

Vernie Baldwin 

Mrs. Ida L. Ewing 

Mrs. Jeanie L. Sawyer 

Minta B. Fordney 

Priscilla J . MacArthur 

Charles E. Ru.sh 

Demarchus C. Brown 

Bertha ¥. Pomdexter 

Mrs. Dana H. Sollenberger... 

Florence G . Ruger 

Mrs. .Jennie B. Jessup 

Mrs. Cora O. Bynum 

Adria D. Humphreys 

Alice D. Stevens . . ." 

Nellie G. Harper 

Daisy Springer 

Mary B. Snyder 

Marv E. Siihpson 

B. Irene ShuU 

Lola Nolte 

Mary Torrance 

Annette L. Clark 

Mary H. Fowler 

Louise Timmonds 

Anna Embree 

Antoinette Price 

Grace Stingly 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



11,475 

45,000 

40, 430 

83,649 

6,463 

6,815 

10,000 

4,295 

7S, 981 

107, 500 

10,400 

13,612 

8,108 

9,000 

26,282 

5,406 

6.921 

■ 4, 000 

12, 478 

6.695 

. 6,200 

12, 946 

7,439 



6,241 
20,115 

6,800 
13, 274 

9, .500 
12, 100 
11,750 

3,223 

6, 136 
12,723 
20,000 

9,000 
15,000 

7,500 

9,000 
37, 949 
14,000 
73, 099 
50,000 
106, 391 
18,236 
10,500 
100,710 
20, 000 
13,310 
11,050 

8,200 
29,829 
13,278 
35,000 
288,307 
95, 234 
11,029 
2,5,000 
32,835 
26,000 
17,201 

4,617 
24,410 

^,450 
40,012 
15,000 

9,674 

9,145 
10,000 
41,000 
23,610 
23,775 
10, .500 
14,711 
12,200 
11,000 



PUBLIC AXD SOCIETY LIBRARIES. 133 

XVII. — Librarians op Public and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



INDIANA— continued. 



Seymour 

ShelbTville.. 
South Bend . 
Terre Haute. 



Tipton 

L'liion City 
Valparaiso, 



Name of library. 



Vincennes ' do. 

Wabaslv. 

Varsaw 

Washington , 

Whiting , 



Public Library. 

Carnegie Public Library 

Public Librarj' 

Emeliue Fairbanks Memorial 
brary. 

Public Library 

do 

.do 



Li- 



Librarian. 



IOWA. 

Albia 

Algona 

Ames 

Anamosa 

Anthon 

Atlantic 

Belmond , 

Boone , 

Burlington 

Cedar Falls , 

C«dar Rapids 

Do 

Centerville 

Chariton 

Charles City 

Cherokee , 

Clarinda 

Clinton 

Corning 

Council Bluffs . . . 

Davenport 

Des Moines 

Do 

Dubuque , 

Eldora 

Esthcrville 

Fairfield , 

Fort Dodge 

Fort Madison 

Orinnell 

Hampton 

Independence... 

Indianola. 

Iowa City 

Jefferson 

Keokuk 

Le Mars 

Malvern 

Manchester 

Maquoteta 

Marion 

Marshalltowu 

Mason City 

Mount Pleasant . 

Muscatine 

Nevada 

Newton 

Onawa 

Osage 

Oskaloosa 

Ottumwa 

Pella 

Perry 

Shenandoah 

Sioux City 

Tipton 

Vinton 

Washington 

Waterloo 

W'ebster City 

Wtnterset 



Carnegie Library , 

Public Library , 

Carnegie Public Library. 
Public Library 



Public Library 

Free Public Library. 
Public Library 

do. 

Anthon Public Librarv . 

Carnegie Free Public Library. . 

Public Library. 

Ericson Public Library. 

Free Public Library. 

Public Library. 

Iowa MasonicLibrary. 

Public Library. 

Drake Free Public Library. 

Free Public Library. 

Public Library. 

do. 

do. 
Free Public Library 

do : 

do 

Public labrary 

do 

State Library 

Carnegie Stoiit Library 

Public Library 

Free Public Library 

do : 

Public Library 

Cattermole Memorial Library. 

Stewart Library 

Public Library 

Free Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Carnegie Library 

Free Public Library 

Caniegie Library 

Public Library 

do 

Free Public Library 

P. M. Miisser Pubhc Library.. 

Public Library 

Free Public Library 

Public Library 

Sage Public Library 

Free Public Library 

Public Library 

Camegie-Viersen Librarv 

Free Public Library . . . .' 

Public Library 

Free Public Library 

Carnegie Public Library 

Public Library " 

Jane A. Chilcote Library 

Public Library 

Kendall Young Library 

Public Library 



Kalherinc Frazee 

Bertha Bowlbv 

Virginia M. Tiitt 

Mrs. SalUe C. Hughes ... 

Mrs Sam Matt hews 

Jessie L. Kerr 

Zada M. Carr 

Ella Davidson 

Effle Roberts 

Miriam Netter 

Mildred Draddv 

Adale Shelly.." 

Mrs. Laura M. Duncan.. 

Gerl rude I. Sheridan 

Kittie B. Freed 

Mave Birk 

Mrs. Mate D. Chat tin.... 

Mary N. Adams 

Mrs." Annie B. Case 

Bessie Moffatt 

Mrs. Cora Poor Millard.. 

Mary O. Stuart 

Newton R . Parviu 

E. Joanna Hagey 

Mrs. Ada Peavey 

Mrs. Ida R. Leonard 

BeUe Caldwell , 

Ruth Gibbons 

Harriet Foster 

Marv A . Egan 

Idelle Riddile 

Grace E . S-natzer 

Grace Shellenberger 

Grace D. Rose 

Johnson Brigham 

May M.Clark 

Fannie R . Wilson 

Lucile Peterson 

Emma L. Kirk 

Isabella C. Hopper 

Rebecca Hesser 

Mrs. Evelyn S. Bray 

Mary E. Kingsbury 

France,? E. Mason 

Mary E. McCoy 

Carolyn E. Ware 

Nellie Hopper 

Nannie P. Fulton 

Ada Richards 

Mrs. Alice B. Keckley... 

Margaret Lindsay 

Helen M. Morse ■ 

Lenna M. Huffman 

Callie Wielder , 

Lydia M. Banette 

Elena E. Budde 

Ellen G. Stocker 

Alice l/cwis 

Gypsie N. Patton 

H"elen E . A. Burgess 

Rena Gray 

Mary B . Lee 

May" B. Ditch 

Agnes Bousquet 

Flora B . Bailey 

Berdena Jay 

Clarence W. Sumner 

Mavme G.Walters 

Eli"zabeth F. Williams. . . 

Eva G. Denny 

Maria C. Brace 

E. D. Burgees 

Mrs. Blanche E. Howard 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



9,600 
14, 494 
60,000 
75,000 

10, 879 
6,246 
10,000 
15,688 
8,825 
10,000 
12,518 
17,916 



6,191 

7,972 

13,233 

7,000 

1,509 

9,000 

2,500 

17,803 

44,926 

10,923 

35,000 

60,653 

8,534 

10,317 

15,000 

10,000 

13,343 

29,459 

7,020 

38,000 

70,673 

132,774 

177,868 

51,561 

9,287 

10,000 

16,252 

22,552 

11,000 

15.034 

7,500 

8,050 

9,707 

23,000 

6,480 

29,101 

7,306 

3,000 

10,875 

10,510 

7,000 

16,853 

25,148 

17,504 

18,000 

7,500 

13,589 

12,000 

7,597 

16,434 

37,000 

7,702 

12,190 

9,600 

69, 479 

9,807 

10,805 

10,732 

42,000 

15,860 

10,092 



134 ' EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOIIY, 1922-1923. 

XVII. — LiDRARiANS OF PuBLrc AND SOCIETY LIBRARIES — Continued. 



Location. 



KANSAS. 



Abilene... 
Anthony. 



Arkansas City. 

Atchison 

Burlington 

Chanute 

Coffey\ille 

Concordia 

Emporia 

Fort Scott 

Gr^'at Bond.... 

Hiawatha 

Rutcliinson. . . 
Independence. 
Junction City.. 
Kansas City... 

T.awTcnce 

I^avenworth.. 

Manhattan 

Newton 

Oswego 

Ottawa 

Paola 

Parsons 

Peabody 

Pittsburg 

Salina 

Topeka... 

Do 

Washington... 
Wichita 



KENTUCKY. 



Covington 

Danville 

Frankfort 

Harrodsburg 

Henderson 

Hickman 

Knottsville 

Lawrenceburg.. 

Lexington 

Louisville 

Maysville 

Moimt Sterling. 

Newport 

Nicholas villa 

Owensboro 

Padiicah 

Paris 

Pippapass 

Somerset 

Versailles 



LOUISUNA. 



Alexandria... 
Baton Rouge. 

Jennings 

Lake rharlcs . 
New Orleans. 

Do 

Do 



MAINE. 



Alfred 

Andover 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Do 

Bangor 

Bar Harbor. 

Bath 

Belfast 

Biddeford . . 
Brunswick . , 



Name of library. 



Free Public Library 

Free Public Library and Reading 

Room. 
Public Library 

do : 

Carnegie Free Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

Free Public Library 

Free Library 

Public Library , 

do 

Morrill Free Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

Oeorge Smith Public Library 

Public Library 

Free Public Library 

do , 

Carnegie Free Public Library 

Free Library , 

Free Public Library , 

Carnegie Free Library , 

Free Public Library , 

Public Library 

do 

do 

Free Public Library 

do 

State Library 

Public Library , 

City Library 



Public Library 

D anvUle Library , 

State Library 

Public Library 

do 

Carnegie Library 

Free Library 

Carnegie Library 

Public Library 

I<Yee Public Library 

Public Library 

Athenajum Library 

Public Library 

Withers Memorial Library 

Carnegie Free Public Library . . 

Carnegie Public Library 

Public Library 

Free Library 

Public Library 

Logan-Hehn Memorial Library. 



Public Library 

do 

Carnegie Library 

Carnegie Public Library 

Hov. ard Memorial Library. 

Public Library 

State Library 



Parsons Memorial Library 

Public Library 

do 

Lithgow Library and Reading Room 

State Library 

Public Library 

Jesup Memorial Library 

Patten Free Library 

Free Library 

Public T>ibrary 

Curtis Memorial Library 



Librarian. 



Lida Romig. 
Lora Orr 



Mrs. Mary E. Ranncy 

Jessie 0. Isbell '. 

Mrs. Delia Hali 

Lydia Sain 

Elizabeth J. Hull 

Mrs. EllaR. Cos 

Nora Daniel 

Mary L. Barlow 

Bina Deighton 

Rebecca D. Kiner 

Ida Day 

Anna M. Oemmell 

Mary H. Barker 

Sara J. Greenman 

Lillian J. Constant 

Elsie Evans 

Mary Cornelia Lee 

Lydia A. McGaughey 

Mrs. Anna Nafes 

Grace R. Meeker 

Issie B. Potts 

Mrs. Belle Curry .- 

Mrs. J. E.MuUikin 

Mrs. Theresa G. Randolph. 

Mrs. Delia E. Brown 

Caroline Medlicott 

Winfield Freeman 

Laura A. Miller 

Julius Lucht 



Anne M. Spears 

Elizabeth A. Tunis 

Mrs. Grace G. Hendrix 

Margaret Thomas 

Susan S. Towles 

J. M.CaMn 

Fannie Payne 

Miss RusseU Chambers 

Florence DiUard 

George T. Settle 

Mary E. Richeson 

Mrs. Lela A. GiUaspie 

Henrietta J. LitzendorfE 

Mrs. W^ A. Porter 

Susannah Bishop 

Harriett Boswell 

Macey W. Fithian 

Mrs. Alice C. Lloyd 

Grace Propst 

Mrs. M. W. Edwards 



Lillie J. Thornton 

Mae Barrow 

Mrs. Minna L. Roberts. 

Mrs. C. M. Dees 

William Beer 

Henry M. Gill 

Alice M. Magee 



Mary C . Emerson 

Mabel E . French 

Georgiana I>unt 

Julia M . Clapp 

Henry E. Dunnack 

Ehnar T. Boyd... 

I. M. Surainsbey 

Margaret Rogers Foote. 

Florence E. Dunton 

Emma Hatch 

Mary G . Oilman 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



9,607 
3,797 

7,000 

13, 280 

7,000 

9,000 

10,389 

7,800 

20,000 

7,302 

6,500 

18,000 

13,000 

12,415 

15,618 

43, 150 

IS, 600 

30,000 

10,006 

9,500 

6,150 

14,3.56 

12,431 

14, 161 

10,000 

18,000 

20,6^ 

35,000 

150,000 

3,175 

31,977 



25,000 

4,600 
18. 000 

6, .568 
13,404 

5,000 
15, 000 

3. 600 

35. 700 

240, 892 

11,000 

5,000 
14, 279 

5,521 

9,986 
19, 588 

6,500 
15, 000 

8,021 

3,125 



5,100 
8,000 
4, 300 
7,000 

58,000 
18.3, 069 

40,000 



8.610 
6,700 
24, 44tJ 
14,0(X) 
175, 000 
S3, .301 
14. 000 • 
25,532 
19, 727 
19,000 
17,300 



PUBLIC AND SOCIETY LIBRAEIES. 135 

X\^II. — Librarians of Puibuc and Society Libeabies — Continued. 



Location. 



Name of library. 



MAINE — continued. 

Calais 

Camden 

Castine 

Corinna 

CirmbeTlaad Mills 

Dexter 

Dover 

Eastport 

Eliot 

Ellsworth 

Fairfield 

Earmington 

Ereep ort 

Gardiner 

Gorham 

Guilford 

HaUowell 

Houlton 

Kennebunk 

Kittery 

Lewiston 

National Soldiers Home. 

New Gloucester 

Norway 

OldTo'wn 

Orrs Island 

Paris ; 

Pittsfield 

Portland 

Presque Isle i 

Bangeley 

Kockland I 

Saco 

-Sanf ord 

Skowhegan 

; South Berwick : 

South Paris 

South Poland 

Thomaston 

Vtnal Haven 

WaterviUe 

West brook 

Wilton 

YarmouthviUe 



MABTLAKD. 



AmiapoUs . . . 
Baltimore... 

Do 

Do 

Frederick . . . 
HagerstowQ. 



Free Library and Reading Room... 

PubUc L.ibrary 

Witherle Memorial Library 

Stewart Free Jjibrary 

Cum.berland MUls Library 

T own Library 

Thompson Free Library 

Peavey Library 

■WOliaiu Fogg Library 

City Library 

LawTence Public Library 

Cutler Memorial Library 

B. H. Bartol Library .' 

Public Library '. 

Baxter Jlemof iai Library 

Memorial Library 

Hubbard Free Library 

Cary Memorial Library 

Public Library 

Rice Public Library 

Public Library 

National Soldiers Home Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

Orrs Island Library 

Hamlin Memorial HaU 

PubUc Librarv 

do ". 

Free Library 

Public Librarv 

do '. 

Dyer Library Association 

Public Library 

Public Library 

Fogg Memorial Library 

Paris Public Library 

Poland Spring Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

Memorial Library 

Free Public Library , 

Merrill Memorial Library , 



Librarian. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



state Library 

City Library 

Enoch Pratt Free Library 

Peabody Institute Library 

Frederick County Free Librar}' 

Washington County Free Library... 



Abington , Public Library 

Acton Memorial Library 

Adams ; Free Library 

Amesbury ■ Public Library 

Amherst do 

Andover ; Memorial HaU Library 



Bertha E. Boyd 

Mrs. Emma .) . Hosmor. . . 

Katherine Davenport 

Mrs. Edna A. Hutchins.. 

M. T. Goodell 

Lizzie S . Springall 

Mary E . A verill , 

Mrs. Maude M. Bogrette. 

M. Louise Foye 

Mary A. Hodgkins 

Mrs. Anna R. Reed 

RenaH. Adams 

Annette H. Aldrich , 

Mrs. H. A. Newell , 

Victoria A. Magnusson.. 

Ernestine Hale , 

Annie F . Page 

Anna Barnes , 

Mrs. Mary R. M. Ross..., 

Eleanor L. LoveU 

Annie L. Barr 

Frank L. Phalen 

Louise E . True 

Helen H. Holmes 

Amy S. Wood 

Lillian B . Younger 

Jeanne Hubbard 

Minnie Porter 

Alice C. Furbish 

Lucinda B. Marston 

Mrs. Geneva Amber 

Martha S. Bartlett , 

Jane L. Burbank 

Bentley Aveyard 

Mrs. Lizzie T. Hussey 

John Goodwin 

Mrs. Ella A. Wight 

Frank Carlos Griffith 

EUa K. GDlchrest 

Linda A. Jones 

Jennie M. Smith 

Jennie G. Andrews 

Mrs. Marv E. Newport... 
EUen S. MitcheU 



Mary E. Shearn 

B. L. Applestetn.. . 
Bernard C. Sterner. 

John Parker 

Mary Newman 

Mary L. Titcomb . . 



Arlington 
Ashburnham 

Ashfield 

Ashland 

Athol 

Attleboro 

Ayer 

Barnstable.. 

Barre 

Bedford 



Robbius Library. 

Stevens Public Library 

B elding Memorial Library . 

PubUc Library 

do 

....do , 

Ayer Library 

Sturgis Library 

Town Library , 

Free PubUc Library 

Ciapp Memorial Library . . . 



Belchertown 

Belmont | PuSfic Librarj' , 

Bernardston Cuslunan Library i 

Beverly Public Library ' 

Billerica Bennett PubUc Library Association.! 

Blackstone I Free PubUc Library 1 



Ida H. McKenney 

Arthur F. Davis 

Mrs. EUzabeth Furst 

AUce C. FoUansbee 

Charles R. Green 

Edna A. Brown 

EUzabeth J. Newton 

Mrs. Evelyn L. CrandaU. . 

May G. Boice 

Mrs. Grace S. Bragg 

Helen G. Estev 

Mrs. Lucinda E. Spoflord. 

Mrs. Jennie McLean 

EUzabeth C.Nye 

Carrie E. Read 

Fannie Wood 

Doris S. Squire-s 

Georgia W. Rathbone 

M. Jennie Mackav 

Martha P. Smith. 

Emma M. \\liitford 

P. F. Fitzgerald 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



12, 

9, 

6, 

15, 

7, 

14, 

13, 

13, 

9, 

7, 

9. 

33, 

5, 

12, 

11, 

6, 

14, 

15, 

9, 

8, 

25, 

12, 

7, 

5, 

7, 

5, 

4, 

8, 

1: 

7, 

14, 

25, 

6, 

15, 

8, 

4, 

7, 

8, 

5, 

15, 

18, 

4, 

8, 



385 
644 
0.^ 
000 
SO'J 
0^3 
000 
3« 
80') 
000 
3*) 
32.S 
.391 
00-.) 
400 
300 
OGl 
00<3 
600 
7fi4 
OOO 
000 
070 
232 
452 
00) 
000 
100 
000 
000 
639 
811) 
000 
OOO 
300 
761 
570 
500 
OiW 
000 
891 
000 
4ji2 
900 



90,000 

20,000 

422,770 

209,444 

4,000 

40,000 



23,500 
14,600 
21,657 
20,000 
12,000 
25,42.5 
32,100 

8,000 

8,400 
17,080 
12,402 
24,557 
12,000 
17,140 
15,300 
14,072 
U,571 
20,349 

9,209 
48,179 

7,100 

i4,oeo 



136 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

XVII.— Librarians of Public and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



MASSACHUSETTS— con. 



Bolton 

Boston 

Vo 

Do 

Botirnc 

Braiiitroc 

Brewster 

Bridpowater 

Brimfidd 

Brockton 

Brookfield 

Brookline 

Bryant ville 

Cambridge 

Canton 

Charlton 

Chatham 

Chelmsford 

Chelsea 

Cheshire 

Chicopee 

Clinton 

Cohasset 

Concord 

Conway 

Cotult 

Ciiramingion 

]>alton 

IJanveis 

Dcdham 

Dover 

Dudley 

Duxbury 

Ka.st Bndgewater. 

East Douglas 

East Northfreld... 

]?asthampton 

Essex 

Everett 



Name of library. 



Do 

Fairhaven 

Fall River 

Falmouth 

Mtchburg 

Florence 

FramiQgham 

Franklin 

Gardner 

(ieorgetown 

(iloucester 

(I'rafton 

(ireat Harrington. 

Oreenfiejd 

Groton 

(Jroveland 

Kadky 

Hamilton 

Hanover Center... 

Harvard 

Hatf5eld 

Haverhill 

Hingham 

Hinsdale 

Holbrook 

Holden 

HoUiston 

Holyoke 

Hopedale 

Hou.salonic 

Hubbardston 

Hudson 

Ipswich 

Kingston 

Lancaster 

Lanes boro 

Lawrence 

Lee 



Public Library , 

Boston Al henaeum Library 

State Library ' 

Public Library 

.lonathan Bourne Public Library 

Thayer Public Library ". 

Ladies Library 

Public Lil)rary 

do 

do 

Merrick Public Library 

Public Library 

Cobb Library 

Public Library 

do ■ 

Free Public Library 

Eldredgc Public Libiary 

Adams Library " 

Public Library 

Library Association 

Public Library 

Bigelow Free Public Library 

Paul Pratt Memorial Library 

Free Public Library ! 

Field Memorial Librarj' 

Public Library ". 

Bryant Free Library 

Free Public Library 

Peabody Institute Library 

Public Library ". 

Town Library 

Conant Librarj' 

Free Library 

Public Library 

Simon Fairfield Public Liljrary 

Talcolt Library 

Public Library 

T. O. H. P. Burnham Public r>ibrarv 
Frederick E. Parlin Memorial Li- 
brary. 

Shute Memorial Library 

Milicent Library 

Public Library 

Free Public Library 

Public Library 

Lilly Library 

Town Library 

Franklin Library 

Levi Hey wood Memorial Library. . . 

Peabody Library 

Sawyer Free Library 

Public Library 

Mason Library 

Public Library 

....do 

l-angley-.\dams Library 

Goodwin Memorial Library 

Public Library ." 

•John Curt is Free Library 

Public Library ". 

Free Public Library 

Public Library 

....do 

....do 

...do 

Gale Free Library 

Public Library . .. 

....do 

Bancroft .Memorial !>ibrary 

Ramsdell Public Library". 

Free Public Library " 

Public Library 

Free Public Lil)rary .■ . . . 

Frederic (-. .\dams Public Library . . 

Town Library 

Xewton Memorial Library 

Free Public Library 

Library .Association 



lyibrarlan. 



Fidelia C. Newton 

Charles Knowles Bolton 

Edward H . Redstone 

Charles F. D. Belden 

Jane Storms 

Lucretia F. Hatch 

Alma Rogers 

Lucia L. Christian 

Mary .\nna Tarbell 

Frank H. Whilmore 

Mrs. Amy E. Dean 

Louisa l/i. Hooper 

Mrs. Julia Morton 

T. Harrison Cummings 

Rose S. Holmes 

Ellon M. Robbins 

Edna M. Hardy 

Margaret Hall 

Esther C. Johnson 

Emma E. Martin 

Anne A. Smith 

Helen A. Thissell 

Sarah B. Collier 

Sarah R. Bartlett 

Mrs. M. L. Ralston 

Grace Dottridge 

Mrs Lottie W. Tower 

Mrs. Caroline R. Flickinger.. 

Be.ssie P. Ropes 

Anna P. Rolland 

Elizabeth F. Heard 

Leora E. Dugar 

Sara B. Higgins 

Lucy L. SiddaU 

Rosalie P". 'Williams 

Virginia T. Smith 

Emma H . Parsons 

Ethelyn B. Story 



Gertrude L. Smith. 

Galen W.Hill 

George \V. Rankin. 



George E. Nutting 

M. W. Field 

Susan W. Curtis 

Mrs. Ella G. Campbell 

Barbara H. Smith 

Lois P. Noves 

Rachel S. Webber. 

Nellie J. Ainsworth 

Jennie K. Thompson 

May Ashley 

Emma F. Blood 

Mrs. Ednah B. Dorr 

Grace A . Crosier 

Mrs. G . H. Haraden 

Marion M . Stetson 

Helen F. Page 

Ellen A. Waite 

Donald R . Campbell 

Helen L. Whitbn 

Mrs. Cora Lovell 

Mable Porter 

M. Addie Holden 

Frances T. Hayes 

Frank G . Wilcox 

Harriet B. Sornborger 

Lydia A. Fuller 

Mrs. Lucy H. Clough 

Grace M. Whiltemore 

Mary B. Maine. . ; 

Mrs. Jennie F. .Mcl.authlen. 

Virginia M . Keyes 

Anna M. Sturgis 

William A. Walsh 

Mary Stallman 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



6,800 

290,000 

209,569 

1,258,211 

7,000 
21,234 

7,660 
21,432 

9,000 

87, 177 

20,686 

103,465 

6,659 

118,845 

21,000 

6,900 

7,600 
12,000 
22,000 

8,000 
49,404 
45,889 
19,000 
52,027 
10,110 

6,500 
10,000 
14,523 
32, 164 
30,886 

7,000 

5,642 
11,700 
10,000 

6,700 
10,020 
14,500 

7,072 
22, 073 

12, 422 

27,775 

116,500 

13,2.54 

65,000 

7,556 

42,000 

11,200 

21,000 

9,601 

24,463 

15,482 

19, 105 

39,043 

16,434 

6,502 

6,494 

4,000 

10,000 

9,000 

6,300 

123,000 

18,000 

10,200 

11,000 

8,154 

8,935 

57,7.88 

14,610 

9,000 

0,219 

13,505 

13,729 

10, .500 

43,330 

2,453 

82,000 

11,000 



Pl^BLIC AXD SOCIETY LTBP.ARTES. 137 

XVII. — LiBUARiAxs OF PuBiJc AND SOCIETY LIBRARIES — Continued. 



Location. 



MASSACHUSETTS — COn. 



Leicester 

Lenox 

Leominster 

Lexington 

Lincoln 

Littleton 

Lowell 

lyunenburg 

Lynn 

Magnolia 

Maiden 

Manchester 

Mansfield 

Marblehead 

Marion 

Marlboro , 

Mattapoisett 

Maynard 

Medfield 

Medford 

Melrose 

Mendon 

Merrimac 

Methuen 

Middleboro 

Middleton 

Milford 

Millbury , 

Milton 

Monson , 

Montague 

Mount Hermon 

Nahant 

Nantucket 

Natick 

Needham 

New Bedford 

Newburyport 

Newton 

North Abington . . . 

North Adams 

North Andover 

North Attelboro... 
North Brookfield.. 

Do 

North Chelmsford. 

North Easton 

North Reading 

Northampton 

Northboro 

Northfield 

Norton 

Norwood 

Orange 

Orleans 

Oxford 

Palmer 

Peabody 

Pepperell 

PetershaB] 

PhUlipston 

Pittsfieid 

Plymouth 

Princeton 

Provincetown 

Quincy 

Randolph 

Reading 

Revere 

Rockport 

Rodland 

Royalston 

Salem 

Do 

Sandwich 

Saugus 

Sharon 



Name of library. 



Librarian. 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



Public Library 

Lenox Library 

Public Library , 

Cary Memorial Library . . 

Public Library , 

B euben Hoar Library . . , 

City Library 

Ritter Memorial Library 

Public Library .". , 

Magnolia Library , 

Public Library , 

do 

do 

Abbott Public Library.. 

Library Association 

Public Library 

Free Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 



do 

Taf t Public Library 

Public Library 

Nevins Memorial Library 

Public Library ." 

Flint Public Library 

Town Library 

Sutton Free Library 

Public Library 

Horatio I>yon Memorial Library 

Town Library 

SchaufHer Memorial Library 

Public Library 

Nantucket Atlieneum 

Morse Institute 

Free PubUc Library 

do 

Public Library 

Free Library 

Public Library 

do 

Stevens Memorial Library 

Richards Memorial Library 

Appleton Library 

Free Public Library 

Public Library. 

Ames Free Librar}' 

Flint Memorial Library 

Forbes Library 

Free Library 

Dickinson Memorial Library 

Public Library ." 

Morrill Memorial I^ibrary 

Wheeler Memorial Library 

Snow Library 

Free PubUc Library 

Young Men's Library 

Peabody Institute Library 

Lawrence Memorial Library 

Memorial Library 

Phillips Free PubUc Library 

Berkshire Athenseum and iluseum.. 

Public Library 

do 

do 

Thomas Crane Public Library 

Turner Free Library 

Public Library 

....do 

do 

Memorial Library 

Phinehas S . Newton Library 

Public Library 

Salem Athenscum 

Weston Memorial Library 

Free Public Library 

Public Library ." 



Marv D. Thurston 

Edith O. Fitch 

Florence E. Wheeler 

Marian P. Kirkland 

Lydia J. Chapin 

Margaret E . Thacher 

Frederick A . Chase 

L. Francos .Tones 

Joyce O . Bisbee 

Mrs. William McLean 

Herbert W. Fison 

Jennie C . Sargent 

Ethel F. Wood 

Mrs. Sarah E . Gregory 

Alice A. Rvder .' 

John P. McGee 

Grace A. Tilden 

Mrs. Sarah F. Nyman 

Mrs. Clara A. Emmery 

Abby L. Sargent. 

Elsie M. Hatch 

Mrs. Helen H. Hemond 

Susaima I. Sayre 

Beatrice Weibel 

Marv M. Eddv 

Edith L. Fletcher 

Nathaniel F. Blake 

Mrs. Florence Freeland 

Carrie S. Allen 

Mrs. M. A . Hibbard 

Mrs. Kate A. Hay den 

Anna L. Miller 

May W. Perkins ; 

Clara Parker 

Mira R. Partridge 

Angle E. Tracy T 

George H. Tripp 

John D. Parsons 

Harold T . Dougherty .■ 

Gertrude M. Gleason 

Mabel Temple 

Elizabeth M. Pond 

Ada M. Perrv 

WiUiam S. Gooch 

Katharine E. Smith 

Anna C. MacKay 

Mary L. Lamprey 

Addie W. Golfing 

J. L. Harrison 

M. Evelvn Potter 

Mrs. Nellie G. Randall 

Marion E. Clapp 

Jane A . Hc^^itt 

N. Gertrude Hendrickson 

Mary S. Cummings 

Harriet B . Kilton" 

Chfton H.^Hobson 

John E . Iveefe 

Helen M. Wiley 

Fannie G. Prince 

Mrs Annie S. France 

Harlan H. BaUard 

Lilian C. Kerr 

Susan A. Da^-is 

Abbie C. Putnam 

Truman R. Temple 

AUce M. Belcher 

Bertha L Brown 

Harriet T. Fenno 

Mabel L. Woodfall 

Mrs Lida A. Clark 

Mrs. Emmaline E. Mackenzie 

Gardner M. Jones 

Mrs. AUce H. Stone 

Mrs. Elizabeth L. Burbank... 

Mrs. L. H. Taylor 

Isadore B. Paine 



17,300 
21,000 
37,973 
32,663 
11,291 
15,261 
110,000 
10, 175 
120,000 

9,000 
78,502 
19,468 

8,000 
23,885 
10,490 
32,000 

7,588 

9,621 

8,000 
62,519 
35,000 

6,300 

6,000 
24,045 
2=5,000 

8,717 
22,099 

5,302 
33,010 
15,000 

8,197 
16,700 
27,729 
23,000 
30,925 
20,000 
175,000 
58,750 
110,000 
11,500 
40,832 
17,500 
16,000 

5,300 

9,500 

8,825 
21,668 

6,902 

170,000 

17,000 

9,010 

9,860^ 
24,300 
18,000 

7,245 
12,500 
15,209 
48,823 
19,000 

9,000 

9,513 
75,000 
17,410 

9,500 
15,000 
46,652 
28,324 
11,342 
13,500 

8,600 
13,214 

6,090 
73,000 
29,640 

7,500 
15.000 

8,000 



138 ' EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

XVII. — Librarians of Public and Society Libraries — Coutimied. 



Location. 



MASSACHUSETTS — COntd 



Shelhiirne Falls.... 

Sherlioni 

Shirley 

Shrewsbury 

Somersot 

Somerville 

South Hraintreo. .. 
South Hartmouth. 

South Haiiley 

South Xatick 

South Sudbury 

South WejTnouth. 

Southboro 

Southbridge 

Spencer 

Springfield 

Springfield (Long- 
meadow). 

Sterlins: 

Stoekiirid.ffe 

Stoneham. 

Stoughton 

Stow 

Sturbridge 

Sunderland 

Swampscott 

Swansea 

Taunton 

Templeton 

Tewksliury 

Topsfield 

Townsend 

Turners Falls 

Tyngsboro 

Upton 

Uxbridge 

Vineyard Haven... 

Wakefield 

Walpole 

Waltham 

Ware 

Warren 

Warwck 

Watertown 

W^avland 

Webster 

Wellesley 

Wenham 

West BoylstoD 

West Bridgewater. 
WestBrookfield... 

West Newbury 

West Springfield... 

Westboro 

Wcstfield 

Westford 

Wcsthampton 

Westminster 

Weston 

Weymouth 

WhitinsviUe 

Whitman 

WlUamsburg 

WiUiamstown 

Winch end on 

Winchester 

Winthrop 

Woburn 

Worcester 

Wrentham 

Yarmouthport 



MICHIGAN. 



Adrian.. 
Albion.. 
Allegan. 
Alpena.. 



Name of library. 



Arms Library 

Dowse Library 

Public Library 

Free I'ublic Li!)rary 

do : 

Pul)lic Library 

Thayer Public Library 

Sout hworlh Lit.rary .'. 

Gaylord Memorial Library 

Paeon l''rce Library ." 

Goodnow LDjrary , 

Fogg Library , 

Fay Library 

Tai'ob Edwards Library , 

Richard Sugden Liiirary , 

City Library Association , 

Richard Salter Storrs Library, 



Pul'lic Library 

Lil rary Association 

Public Library 

do 

Randall Memorial Liiirary 

Joshua Hyde Puiilic Library 

Simderland Library 

Public Library 

Free PubUc Library 

PubUc Library 

Boynton Puijlic Liiirary 

Pul lie Library 

Town Library 

Pubhc Library 

Carnegie Pu! ilic Library 

Littlefleld Library 

Town Library 

Free Public Library 

.....do 

Becbe Town Library 

Public Library 

...do 

Young Men's Library Association . . 

P nblic Library 

Free PubUc Library 

do 

do 

Chester Corbin Public Library 

Free Library 

Public Library 

Beaman Memorial Public Library.. 

Public Library 

Merriam Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

Westfield Atheneura 

J. V. Fletcher Library 

Reunion Library 

Forbush Memorial Library 

Public Library ". 

Tufts Library 

Social library 

Public Library 

Meekins Memorial Library 

Public Library 

Beals Memorial Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

Free Public Library 

Fiske Public Library 

Yarmouth Library Association 



Lil)rarian. 



Public Library. 

do 

do 

....do 



Mrs S. A. Field 

EUzabeth D. Coolidgo. . 

Grace M. Kilburn 

Mabel PL Knowlton 

Floras. Wood 

George H. Evans 

Luerclia F. Hatch 

Theodosia P. Chase 

Gertrude E. Gaylord... 
Mrs Adelaide "VVillianis. 
Mabel Stetson Gohlke.. 

Mary A. Fogg 

Sarah V. Stivers 

EUa E.Miersch 

Dora N. Hodgdon 

HillerC. Wellman 

Mrs Lucy A. Booth 



Mrs. F. L. Lent 

Agnes J. Goodwin 

Julia L. Crocker 

Alice G. Leary 

Eleanor L. Smith 

Susan L. Haynes 

Mary B . Pomeroy 

Sarsli L. Honors 

Julia R. Welhngton 

Joshua E. Crane 

Grace E . Blodgctt 

Abbie M . Blaisdell 

Annie P. Gleason 

Mrs. Evelyn L. Warren 

Louise S. "Partenhemer 

Jennie J. Bancroft 

Helen A. Fay 

Beatrice P. Sprague 

Bessie H. Stanton 

H. Gertrude Lee 

Margaret B . Forster 

Orlando C. Davis 

Mary L. Smith 

Joseph G. Hastings 

Mrs. Mary C. Cole 

Lydia W. Masters 

Margaret E . Wheeler 

Mrs. Phoebe P. Kingsbury. 

Kathleen A. Kennedy 

Mary R . Batchelder 

Annie M. Waite 

Alice A. Goddin 

Helen P . Shackley 

Sarah O. Bailey 

Marion Bowler 

Mrs. Abbie F. Judd 

Harold A. Wooster 

Mav E. Day 

Cha'les R. Burt 

Sadie F. Greene 

Maude M . Penn ock » . 

Abbie L. Loud 

Mary R. Clarke 

Ellena S. Spilsted 

Jennie L. Baker 

Alma J. Bookman 

Ida L. Knight 

Cora A. Quimby 

Dorothy L. Kinney 

William N. Seaver 

Robert K. Shaw 

Mary A. Smith 

Mrs. Lydia C. Matthews — 



Margaret F. Jewell. 
L. Ruth French.... 
Leonora E. Porter.. 
Emily E. Oliver.... 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



12, 
8, 
7, 

13, 

3, 

114, 

17, 
9, 



14, 
10, 
15, 
24, 
12, 
298, 



9, 
13, 

11, 
15, 

6, 
10, 

5, 
14, 

9, 
80, 
10, 

11, 
13, 

8, 
12, 

8, 

8, 

14, 

8, 
21. 
16; 
62, 
16, 

12, 
4, 
48, 
19, 
14, 
22, 

8, 

11, 

9, 

8, 

6, 

13, 

19, 

38, 

17, 

6, 

10, 

26, 

33, 

16, 

16, 

9, 

9, 

12, 
26, 
15, 
52, 
242, 
7, 
10, 



27,000 

12,000 

8,598 

8,300 



PUBLIC AND SOCIETY LIBRARIES. 139 

XVII. — Librarians of Public and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



MICHIGAN— continued. 



Ann Arbor , 

Bay City 

Do 

Benton Harbor. 

Bessemer 

Big Rapids 

Cadillac 

Cliarlotte 

Cheboygan 

Coldwater 

Detroit 

Dowagiac 

Escanaba 

Fen ton 

Flint 

Grand Rapids . . 

Greenville 

Harbor Springs. 

Hillsdale 

Holland 

Houghton 

Howell 

Hudson 

Ionia 

Iron Mountain.. 

Iron wood 

Ishpeming 

Jackson 

Kalamazoo 

Lansing 

Do 

Ludington 

Manistee 

Marquette 

Mendon 

Menominee . 

Monroe 

Mount Clemens. 

Muskegon 

Niles 

Painesdale 



Petoskey 

Pontiac 

Port Huron 

Portland 

Quincy 

Royal" Oak 

Saginaw 

Do 

Do 

St. Joseph 

Sault Ste. Marie. 

Sturgis 

Tecumseh 

Three Rivers 

Traverse City... 
Ypsilanti 



MINNESOTA. 



Aitkin 

Albert Lea . . 
Alexandria . . 

Anoka 

Austin 

Beniidji 

ChishoLm 

Cloquet 

Crookston . . . 

Crosby 

Detroit 

Duluth , 

Eveleth 

Fairmont 

Faribault 

Fergiis Falls. 
Hastings . 



Name of library. 



Public Library 

do 

Sage Library 

Public Library 

do 

Phelps Free Library 

Public Library 

Free Public Library 

Carnegie Free Library 

Free Public Library 

Puljlic Library 

do 

Carnegie Public Library 

A. J. Phillips Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

School and Public Library 

Christian Association Library 

Mitchell Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

Carnegie Library 

Public Library 

Hall-Fowler Memorial Library 

Carnegie Public Library : . 

Carnegie Library 

Carnegie Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

Public School Library 

State Librar J' 

Public Library 

City and School Library 

Peter White Public Library 

Public Library 

Spies Public Library 

Dorsch Memorial Library 

Public Library , 

Haekley Public Library , 

Public Library 

Sarah Sargent Paine Memorial 
Library. 

Public Library 

Ladies' Library 

Public Library , 

do 

Free Public Library , 

Township Library , 

ButmanFish Memorial Library 

East Side Public Library , 

Hoyt Library , 

Public Library , 

Carnegie Public Library , 

Carnegie Free Public Library , 

Public Library , 

Free PubUc Library 

Public Library 

Ladies ' Libnary ^ 



Public Library , 

do 

Free Public Library 

Public Library , 

Carnegie Public Library. 

Public Library 

do 

do 

Carnegie Public Library. 

Public Library 

do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Public and School Library . 



Librarian. 



Samuel W. McAllister 

Isabel A. BaUou 

Molly M. Gilbert 

Theodosia Falkingham... 

Carrie A. Davis 

Myrtel A. Wessel 

William F. Sanborn 

Emily B. Robb 

Amy M.Bell 

Elizabeth M. Warren 

Adam Strohm 

• irace ReShorc 

Nancy B. Thomas 

Mrs. Cora Pettis 

Louis J. Bailey 

Samuel H. Ranck 

Alice Fuller 

Mrs. E. A. Rause 

Mary Pratt 

Dora Schermer 

Nellie Jasey 

M. Winnitred Bro^vn 

Mamie E . Havens 

Mrs. Ella E. Smith 

Leonore C. Carpenter 

Elsie M. Medljm 

Mrs. Nellie E. Brayton... 

Rail P. Emerson..' 

Flora B. Roberts 

Mrs. E. Jennie McNeal... 

Marv C. Spencer 

Mrs." Etta M. Vivien 

Angle Me.sser 

Alma A. Olson 

N. E. Strickland 

Helena S. Lefevre 

Mrs. Jennie S. Wallace... 

Lois T. Place 

H. L. Wheeler 

Orrill P. CooUdge 

Eda H. Michaud 

Amy Lusk 

Agnes P . Cu'iworth 

Constance Bement 

Edna J. Bandfield 

Mary Belle Dore 

Elizabeth V. Briggs 

Anna Benjamin 

Mary E. Dow 

Blanche D. Topping 

M. Bernic-e Tuscott 

Alice B . Clapp 

Alida Patterson 

Edith L. IngersoU 

Sue I. Silliman 

AUceM. Wait 

Mrs. Lucy B. Loomis 

Esther L. Seavey 

Henryetta Armstrong — 
Mrs. Margaret A. McCord 

Mrs. George A. Goss 

Tanye Biugess 

Jessie L. Phillips 

Agnes V. Johnson 

Eda Tanke 

Elizabeth Lommen 

Mrs. H. Ingalls 

Eva L. Fiuber 

Alice M. Dunlap 

Margaret Hickman 

Agnes M. Serle 

Julia M. Fink 

Amy Lewis 

Stella Telford 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



32, 
48, 
44, 
13, 
1, 

9, 
l.S, 

10, 

8, 

17, 

557, 

1"^, 

11, 

10, 

39, 

226, 

6, 

5, 

15, 

12, 

13, 

9, 

10, 

11, 

17, 

11, 

29, 

55, 

60, 

36, 

300, 

11, 
24. 
30, 

7, 
25, 

11, 
15, 
62, 

10, 

8. 



320 
000 

000 

524 

500 

950 

495 

953 

500 

541 

237 

104 

427 

000 

000 

671 

800 

000 

240 

550 

600 

379 

705 

600 

000 

500 

843 

000 • 

000 

240 

000 

500 

178 

53S 

008 

000 

OIX) 

060 

000 

in 

500 



9,000 

7,000 

30,040 

3,700 

7,000 

8, 100 

24,329 

21, 773 

38, 000 

9,500 

14, 812 

7,000 

7, 73S 

18, 000 

21,813 

14,000 



3,180 

8,000 

9, .500 

6,400 

9,187 

4,457 

18,000 

5,678 

5,840 

1,734 

3,876 

98, 708 

15,000 

6,216 

19,000 

11,562 

5,48:1 



140 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOET, 1022-1923. 

XYII. — Librarians of Public and Society I-ibraries— Continued. 



Location. 



M1NNE90T.*.— C'Ontd. 



Hilibing 

ICocwatin 

Little Kails 

Liivernc 

Maiikato 

Minneapolis 

Montevideo 

Moorliead 

Morris 

Mountain Iron 

Norlhfield 

Ortonville 

Owatonna 

Pilicstone 

Red Wing 

Ro-liestcr 

8t. ("loud 

8t. Paul 

Do 

Pauk Center 

Stillwater 

Thief Ki\ er Falls. 

Two Harbors 

Virginia 

Willmar 

Winona 



MisstasiPPi. 



BiloTi 

Clarksdale. . 
<;reenvil!e.. 
.'ackson . . . . 

Meridian 

Natchez 

Vicksburg.. 
West Point. 
Yaxoo City. 



MISSOURI. 



Albany 

Bonne" Terre. . 

Carthage 

Hannibal 

Independence. 
JetTerson Citv. 

Do ".. 

Joplin 

Kansa"^ City. . 

Louisiana 

Marvville. 



Name of library. 



Public Library 

do 

Carnegie City Library. 
Public Library 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Carnegie Public Library. . . 

Public Library 

do 

Free Public Library 

Public Library 

Carnegie- Lawther Library. 
Public Library ! . 

do ; 

do 

State Library 

Bryant Library 

Public Library 

Carnegie Public lyibrary . . . 

Public Library " 

do 

do 

Free Public Library 



King's Daughters Library , 
Carnegie Public Library.. 

Public Library 

State Library 

Public Library 

Fisk Memorial Library 

Public Library 

Carnegie Library 

Library Association 



Molj'erly I do 



Carnegie Public Library. 

Memorial Library 

Public Library 

Free Public Library 

....do ;...: 

....do 

Stale Library 

Free Public Library 

Public Library " 

....do 

Free Public Library 



Nevada. 
St. Joseph. 
St. Louis. . 

Sexialia 

Springfield . 
Trenton 



MONTANA. 



Anaconda. . . 
Big Timber.. 

Billings 

Bozeman 

Butte 

De«r Lodge.. 

DiUon 

Fort Benton. 
Great Falls.. 

Hardin 

H avre 

Helena 

Do 

Kalispell 

Lewist on 

Livingston . . 



do 

Public Library 

. ...do ". 

do 

do 

Jesvett Norris Library. 



Hearst Free Library 

Carnegie Library. .". 

Parmly Billings Memorial Library . 

Free 1-ibrary 

Free Public Library 

William K. Kohrs Memorial Library. 

Public Library 

Chouteau County Free Library 

Public Library ! 

Big Horn Coimly Library , 

Carnegie Public Library 

Public Library 

State Law Library , 

Public Library , 

Carnegie Public Library , 

do 



Librarian. 



Dorothy Hurlbert 

Helen Young Prall 

Mrs. .Icnnv Lind Blanchard. 

Mrs. D. K". Halbert 

Sophia J. I^arumcro 

Gratia A . Countryman 

Blanche .M . Spooner 

Ethel S. McCubrey 

Agnes Torpey ". 

Margaret Gilpin 

Mary L. Southworth 

Hesier J . Clark 

Maud van Buren 

May C. Funk 

G race L. Meyer 

Edna Emerick 

Mrs. Marie E. Brick 

Webster Wheelock 

Charles F. Ebcl 

Eva M. Davis 

Gertrude Glennon 

Mrs. I. Fris.sell 

Mrs. Ethel C. Tuttle 

Grace M. Stevens 

Amy Hanseom 

Jearinettc \. Clark 



M. T. P.odenbcrg 

Miss Hoyland L. Wilson. 
Amanda Worthington . . . 

Mrs. W. F. Marshall 

Mrs. A. K. Hamm 

M. B. Montgomery 

Mrs. Celostine W. Foster. 

Lucy Heard 

Mrs."M. P. Werden 



May Erskine 

Nannie K. Hobbs 

Alice R. filadden 

Helen D. Birch 

Carrie Wallace 

Julia .\ndrae 

A. J. Menteer 

Frances H. Swan wick. 

Purd B. AVright 

Elizabeth Irwin 

Mary Grace Langan. . . 

Mrs. Bessie S. Lee 

Mary E. Barr 

Jesse Cunningham 

Arthur E. Boslwick... 

Jean E. Cameron 

Harriet M. Horine 

Bevale Maxey 



Florence E . Catlin 

Lenora Bucha 

Mrs. Henry E. Garber, jr. 

Geneva Cook 

Gertrude Nichols 

Louise Nichols 

Mary L. Innes 

Agnes D. Smith 

Louise M. Fernald 

W. E. Fearis 

Mrs. J. C. Benson... 

Josephine M. Haley 

Ashburn K. Barbour 

Anne (! . Donovan 

Clara M. Main 

Florence K. Lewis 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



42, 452 

5,104 

6,577 

5,539 

17,300 

383, 587 

0,623 

11,500 

6,942 

7,000 

7,039 

3,500 

16,500 

7,700 

10,000 

17,000 

16,284 

285, 000 

92,000 

10,628' 

16,033 

4,900 

5,000 

22, 380 

5,000 

41,015 



3, 580 

14, l.^O 

14,000 

200,000 

10,000 

3,000 

7,667 

4,128 

20,000 



5,000 

4,066 
13,065 
19,175 

6,000 

10,000 

69,295 

36,985 

317,524 

5,173 

8,654 
11,000 

4,200 

92,000 

634,305 

29,000 

24,151 

8,800 



17,000 
2.000 

3o;ooo 

12,129 

55,000 

6,909 

10,340 

14,000 

26,325 

7,000 

5,871 

60,000 

35,000 

9,906 

8,025 

10,520 



PUBLIC AND SOCIETY LIBRARIES. 141 

XVII. — Librarians of Public and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



Name of library. 



Librarian. 



Numl.er 

bound 

volumes. 



MONTANA— continued . 



Malta 

Miles City . . 

Missoula 

Do 

Bed Lodge. 



NEBRASKA. 



Aurora 

Beatrice 

Columbus 

David City 

Falls City 

Fremont.^ 

Grand Island.. 

Hastings 

Kearney 

Lincoln 

Do 

McCook 

Nebraska City. 

Omaha 

Piattsmouth... 
York 



NEVADA. 



Carson City. 

Reno 

Tonopah . . . 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Alton 

Amherst 

Antrim 

Berlin 

Bristol 

Charlestown 

Claremont 

Colebrook , 

Concord , 

Do 

Dover , 

Dublin , 

East Derry 

East Jaflrey 

Exeter 

FitzwiUiam 

Franconia , 

Frankhn 

Greenland 

Hancock 

Hanover 

Hfnniker , 

Hinsdale 

Hoilis , 

Hudson 

Keene 

Kingston 

Laconia , 

Lancaster , 

Lebanon 

Lisbon 

Littleton , 

Manchester 

Marlboro 

Meredith 

Milford 

Nashua 

New Hampton. 
New Ipswich... 

Newmarket 

Newport 

Peterboro 

I'ortsmouth 

llochester 



PhiUips County Library . 

Carnegie Library 

County Free Library 

Public Library 

do 



Public Library 

Free Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

Lydia Brunn Wood Library. 

Public Library 

do ". 

Carnegie Library 

Public Library 

Cil y Library 

State Library , 

Public Library 

do 

do , 

do 

do 



State Library 

Free PubUc Library. 
PubUc Library 



Public Library 

Town Library 

James A. Tuttle Library... 

Free Public I.ibran' 

Minot-Sleepcr I^iljrary 

Silsby Free Public Library. 

Fisk Free Library 

Public Library 

do 

State Library 

PubUc Library 

do 

Taylor Library 

JatTrey Puljlic Library 

Public Library 

Town Library 

Abbie Greenleaf Library . . . 

PubUc Library 

Weeks Library 

Town Library 

Howe l^ibrary 

Tucker Free Library 

Public Library 

Social Library 

Hills Memorial library 

Public Library 

Nichols Memorial Library.. 

Public Library 

do 

do 

do 

do 

City Library 

Frost Free Library 

Public Library 

Free Library 

Public Library 

Gordon-Nash Library 

New Ipswich 

Public library 

Richards Free Library 

Town Library 

Public Library 

do 



Mrs. Mary F. Homan , 

Mrs. Laura Zook 

Ruth Worden 

Elizabeth PoweU 

Mrs. M. A. Smith 



LiUian Moore 

Merlyn Abbott Anderson. 

Rosemary RiddeU 

Mrs. Ella V.Meyer , 

Mary Hutchings" 

Sarah E . G osselink 

Daisy Houck 

Mac "P . Hermle 

Mary Earley O 'Brian . 

Lulu Home 

H. C. Lindsay , 

Grace Willetts , 

Anne Stevenson , 

Edith Tobitt 

C. OUve Jones 

Ada O. Haggard 



Frank J. Pyne 

H.W. Mile's 

Mrs. Addie Depew. 



Annie A. Wheeler 

Jennie E. Hollbrook ... 

Mrs. J. E . Perkins 

Ethel E. Goss 

Mrs. Mary A. Dodge. . . 

Anua L. Webber 

Mrs. Mary S. Ide 

Sarah E. Rolf 

Grace Blanchard 

Artluir H . Ch ase 

CaroUne H. Garland. . . 
Minnie E. I<effingweU.. 

C. Louise Bachelder 

Winifred M. CooUdge.. . 

Carrie W. Byington 

Annie L. Colby 

Eva M. Aldrich 

Mrs. Barron Shirley — 

LiUian A. Odell , 

Annie L. Putnam , 

EttaM. Clark 

Fannie W. Bennett 

Hilda M. Sawyer , 

M. Louise Stratton 

Mary N. Abbott , 

Mary L. Saxton , 

Mrs. Rosa Berry 

OUn S.Davis , 

Martha W. Brackett. . , 

Emma Morris 

Nettie L. Kelsea 

Jennie E . Smith , 

F. Mabel WincheU 

Elfreda K. Cheeseman. 
Mrs. LiUian Wadleigh.. 
AnnabeU C. Secombe. . 

Alice T. Rowe 

Ina A. Bickford 

Mrs. Francis L. Nash.. 

Evelyn McWhinnie 

Mrs. N.H. MiUer 

Martha E. Cutler 

Hannah G. Fernald — 
LiUian E. Parshley 



5,09.5 
8,400 
8,669 
19,59S 
4,000 



5,318 

14,S73 

7, .584 

6,000 

10,363 

14,000 

9,070 

11,596 

56,761 

82,400 

7,227 

7,700 

170,000 

10,361 

11,678 



93,405 

15,000 
3,867 



4,664 

6,486 

4,000 

10,000 

9,300 

9,500 

13, ,372 

5,500 

33, 000 

180, 000 

50, 000 

7,413 

8,342 

8,510 

22,436 

9, 000 

5,505 

13, 500 

7,146 

7,709 

10, 564 

7,040 

9,000 

5,101 

6,880 

24,000 

6,875 

30, 000 

12,000 

9,539 

5,771 

14,000 

90, 000 

6,100 

6,000 

13, S.38 

38,117 

16, 000 

8,290 

5,000 

11,000 

19,000 

26, 229 

23, 200 



26714°— 23- 



-10 



142 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

XVII. — Librarians of Ptjbuc and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Loc-ation. 




Librarian. 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



NKW HAMP.'^HIKE— con. 

Tilton ' Hall Memorial Library Mrs. Marv A. Locke. 

Wakefield Public Library Alice C. Millikon. 

Walpole I Town Library | Frances M. Sabin. 

Warner 1 Pillsbury Free Library | Mrs Dollie M. Sargent... 

Whitcfield Public Library ] Mrs. Wallace H. Shores. 



Wilton Tiregg Free Library 

Wolfeboro , Brewster Free Library . 



Woodsville . 



NEW JERSEY. 



Asbury Park 

-Mlanttc City 

Bavonne 

Beileville 

Bamardsville 

Bloomficld 

Bridget on 

Burlington 

Camden 

Cranford 

D over 

East Newark 

East Orange 

Edgewater 

Elizabeth 

Englewood 

Glen Ridge 

Hacken>ack 

, Haddenfiold 

Hoboken 

Jersey City 

Kearny 

Lakewood 

Long Brp.ncli 

Montclair 

Morrislown 

Navesiiik 

New Brunsv.ick. 

Do 

Newark 

Newton 

Nutley 

Orange 

Pas.'^aic 

Paterson 

Perth Aniboy... 

Plainfield 

Princeton 

Bah way 

Riverton 

Rockaway 

Rutherford 

Salem 

Somerville 

South Orange 

Summit 

Trenton 

Do 

Vineland 

Weehaw ken 

West Hoboken . . 
Westfield 



Free Public Library . 



Bessie F. Bales. 
Elizabeth Brewster . . . 
Mrs. N. J. Chamberlin. 



NEW MEXICO. 



Alamogordo 

Albuquerque... 

Deming 

East Las Vegas. 
Sante Fe 



Public Library 

do ". 

Free Public Library 

Public Library ". 

Bernards Library Association 

Jar\-ie Memorial Library 

Bridgeton Library 

BurUngton Libriury 

Free Public Library 

do 

do 

East Newark Library 

Free Public Library ". 

Free Library ". 

Free PubUc Library 

do 

do 

Johnson Public Library 

Free Public Library . . ". 

do : 

do 

do 

Public Library 

Public Library 

Free Public Library 

Morristown Librarj' and Lyceum. .^ 

Library .Association ~' 

Free Public Library 

Gardner A. Sage Library 

Free PubUc Library I 

Dennis Library I 

Free Public Library 

Free Library 

Pubhc Library , 

Free PubUc Library ; 

PubUc Library • 

Public Library and Reading Room.l 

Free Public Library i 

Library Association i 

Free Library i 

Free Public Library ' 

do I 

Salem Libran? '■ 

Free Public J^ibrary | 

do 

do 

....do 

State Library 

Free Public Library 

do 

do 

.. ..do 



Josephine W. Porter 

Jessie Adams 

Marv G. Peters 

Mrs.'E. A. Shattuck 

Clara C. Ornii.ston 

Mrs Metta R. Lu dey 

Madeline F. Powell 

Lvdia Weston. 

William H. Ketler 

May D . Bradley 

Martha A. Binnet 

Thomas J. Carey 

Louise G . Hinsdale 

Mrs. Marjorie W. Huntley. 

C. .\. George 

Florence G. Fiimey 

Beatrice D owns 

.Mary Boggan 

Anna L. Cawlev 

Thomas F. Hatfield 

F.dmund W. MUler 

M. BeUe Kilgom- 

Katherine L Hinsdale 

Mary Clarkson 

AltaM. Barker 

Mary P. Parsons 

Dorothy A. WiUiams 

Harold F. Brigham 

John C. Van Dyke 

John C. Dana 

A. EUzabeth Case 

Irene Calvert PhiUips 

EUzabeth H. Wesson 

Maud I. Stull 

George F. Winchester 

Edith H. Crowell 

Florence M. Bowman 

Agnes ililler 

Adele W. Lupton 

EUzabeth B. Campbell 

Etta Davey , 

Dorothy E. Burrows 

Corneha Prior 

Marie Fox Wait 

JuUa Schneider 

EmiLie Hill 

Howard L. Hughes , 

Francis E. Croasdale 

Dario W. Tiepy 

Marie H . KreyUng , 

Paul M. Konert , 

Mary V. Gale 



NEW yoBK. 



Addison 
Albany 



Public Library Mary Darbyshire. 

do Mrs. H. F. Dixon. 

do I Mrs. Maud C. Hoffman. 

Carnegie PubUc Library EUzabeth Cooley 



PubUc Library. 



Hazel Burk. 



PubUc Library Mrs. Eva Allen 

Free Library Y. M. A EUzabeth M. Smith. 

Do j State Libraij ' James I. Wyer, jr... 

Do I Union Free Library \ Agnes H. McCarthy. 



9,000 
8,150 

11, 29.3 
7,410 
9,100 

10. 3.30 
7,500 
8,000 



17. 
52, 
83, 
21. 

7, 
22, 

4, 
21, 
78, 

9, 
10, 
10, 
66, 

7, 
76, 
21, 
14, 
25, 
10, 
96, 
22.5, 
17, 
10, 

5, 
46, 
35, 

6, 

30, 

60, 

264, 

8, 

8, 
51, 
64, 
81. 
15. 
70, 
12, 
IS, 

7, 

5, 
10, 

9, 
10, 
12. 
23, 
98. 
130. 

>>. 
11, 
23, 
12, 



000 
000 
400 
975 
000 
449 
746 
000 
000 
100 
7.50 
Sol 
904 
800 
495 
2.50 
000 
881 
000 
450 
098 
058 
871 
000 
648 
000 
000 
500 
000 
352 
600 
888 
300 
000 
817 
000 
830 
000 
826 
000 
000 
919 
000 
800 
000 
150 
556 
000 
000 
753 
520 
02« 



3,500 
9,500 
4,700 
8,000 
6,000 



6.000 

62,084 

593,360 

15,000 



PUBLIC AND SOCIETY LIBRARIES. 143 

XVII. — Librarians of Public and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



NEW YORK — coutinued. 



Albion 

Alden 

Amsterdam 

Angelica 

Auburn 

Bath 

Belmont 

Binghamton 

Boonville 

Bridge Hampton. 

Bronxville 

Brooklyn 

Do 

Buffalo 

Do 

Do 

Cambridge 

Camden 

Canandaigua 

Canastota 

Canton 

Catskill 

Cazenovia 

Chatham 

Chnton 

Cohoes 

Cooperstown , 

Corning 

Cortland , 

Coxsackie , 

Danville 

DeUii 

Dryden 

Dunkirk 

East Hampton . . 

Ellen ville 

Elmira 

Endicott 

Fredonia 

Friendship 

Fulton 

Geneseo 

Geneva 

Glen Cove 

GlensFaOs 

Glovers ville 

Gouverneur 

Greene 

Greenport 

Greenwich 

Haverstraw 

Herkimer 

Homer 

Hornell 

Hudson 



Name of library. 



Huntington 

Ilion 

Irvington-on-Hudson. . , 

Ithaca , 

Jamestown , 

Johnson City 

Johnstown , 

Kingston 

Little Falls , 

Lockport 

Lyons 

Marathon 

Middletown 

Millbrook , 

Mora\'ia 

Mount Vernon 

New Rochelle 

New York 

New York (Jamaica 
P. O.-). 

Newark 

Newburgh. 



Swan Library 

EweU Free Library. 

Free Library 

do 

Seymour Library . . . 
Davenport Library. 

Free Library ". . . 

Pubhc Library 

Erwin Library 

Hampton Library... 
Pubhc Librarv...... 

do. 



Librarian. 



Pratt Institute Free Library 

Grosvenor Library 

Public Library 

Historical Society Library 

Pubhc Library. .' 

Library Association 

Wood Librarj' 

Pubhc Library 

Free Libraiy (Benton Memorial) 

Pubhc Library 

do 

do 

K irkland Town Library 

Cii y Library 

\ iilage Club and Lihraiy 

Free Library ". 

F. anklin Hatch Library 

1 eermance Memorial Library 

Piiblic Library 

Free Library 

Southworth Library 

Free Library ! 

do ". 

Public Library 

Steele Memorial Library 

Free Library '. 

Darwin R. Barker Library 

Free Pubhc Library 

Public Library ". 

^^'adsworth Library 

Free Library ". 

Pubhc Library 

Crandall Free Library 

Free Library 

do 

M oore Memorial Library 

C; reenjjort Library 

Free Library 

King's Daughters' Public Library. 

Free Library 

Phhhps Free Library 

Public Library 

Hendrick Hiidson Chapter Free 
Library. 

Library Association 

Free Public Library 

Guiteau Library . . " 

Cornell Library Association 

James Prendefgast Free Library. . . 

Johnson City Library 

Public Library 

City Library . .". 

Pubhc Librarv 

do 

Civic Club Free Library 

Peck Memorial Library 

Middletown Library 

Free Library ." 

Powers Library 

Pubhc Librarv 

do ". 

do 

Queens Borough PublicLibrary 



Free Public Library. 
Free Library , 



Lilhan A. Achilles 

Marj- E. PatreU 

Mrs. Mary D. Banlett 

Mrs. Mary G. Horner 

Theodora I^ellogf; 

Edna Dinwid(he 

Ella Sortore 

WilUam F. Seward 

Emma Shattiick Oldfleld. 

May T. \'an Scoy 

Mrs. Roger M. Sherman... 

Frank P. Hih 

Edward F. Stevens 

Augustus H . Shearer 

Walter L. Brown 

Mrs. Amia A. Andrews 

May Carjjenter 

Mrs. Mary A. Manzer 

S. N. Lee 

xMrs. NehieH. Wilhs 

Florences. UaU 

Emily F. Becker 

Ehzabeth S. Jackson 

Frances M. Samuel , 

Helen B. Waid 

Elmer E. BeO 

Bertha E . Kramer 

Mary L . McCabe 

Margaret H. Force , 



Margaret Magee 

H. B. Arthur 

Jennie Kennedy 

Carlina M. Monchow.. 

E.G. Hedges 

Mrs. B. B. Dernarest.. 
Mrs. Kate D. Andrew. 
Margerv C. Ouigley . . . 

Ethel M. Fuller 

Agnes L. Jordan 



Ethel W. Frazer 

Margaret A. Hayes... 
Eugenie C. Thofne. .. 
Gertrude Ferguson... 

Lucv Edel 

Alice E. Wilcox 

Mary Summers 

Elizabeth Deale 

Robert L. Shanks 

Marv E. Van Orden. 

Edith M. Sheaf 

Marv A. Ferguson... 
Helen G. Thacher.... 
Lydia C. Trimper. . . 



Alma D. Howard 

Helen H. L. Hutchins. 

Emma Knodel 

E. T. Turner 

Lucia T. Henderson 

Jane Stiles 

KatherineM. Seaman.. 

Marion Herbert 

Mabel E. Richards 

Claire N. Atwater 

Mrs. Ella B. Leonard. . 

J. W. Livingston 

Mary K. Van Keiiren.. 

Dorbthv M. Emmel 

Elizabeth Y. Fulton... 
Frances D. Thomson... 
Marv E. Huntington. . . 
Edw-in H. Anderson. . . 
John C. Atwater 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



Louise E. Van Duser. 
LiUian O. Estabrook. 



14,500 

6,66S 

24,150 

8,S.5j 

32,56S 

10. 54.3 

6,644 

50, 771 

6,500 

8,000 

•10,573 

941,26s 

130, 000 

165,000 

450.000 

22, ax) 

8,230 

6,00f) 

9,157 

9,960 

15, 120 

10,391 

15, 952 

10, 418 

9,070 

7,5tX) 

6, 3.50 

10, 000 

6,424 

9,273 

7,284 

7,000 

12,-300 

21,000 

12, 630 

9,44S 

26, 22,5 

13,000 

12,400 

6, 7.50 

9,304 

21, 6:54 

15,000 

11,700 

17, 707 

33,6;55 

9,250 

8,102 

3,529 

4,0(K) 

9,12.5 

14,000 

7,i2S 

22,000 

7,800 

12,000 

20.o;k) 

10,900 

31,000 

28, 300 

10, 952 

17,067 

10,441 

12,462 

14,000 

4,000 

7,100 

19, 572 

7,4.52 

8,695 

48,248 

50,500 

i, 65.3, 511 

299,440 

11,641 
43,025 



144 EDUCATIONAL. DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

XVII. — Librarians of Public and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



Name ofllbrari 



Librarian. 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



NEW TORK — continued. 



Niagara Falls 

North Tonawanda. 

Norwich 

Nyack 

Ogdensburg 

Olean 

Oneonta 

Ossining 

Oswego 

Owego 

Oxford 

Oyster'Bay 

Palmyra..". 

Patch'ogue 

PeekskQl 

Penn Yan 

Plattsburj: 

Port Henry 

Port Jervis 

Potsdam 

Poughkeepsie 

Rensselaer 

Rochester 

Do 

Rockville Center... 

Rome 

Rye 

Sag Harbor 

Salem 

Saranac Lake 

Saugenies 

Schenectady 

Seneca Falls 

Shelter Island 

Sherburne 

Sherman 

Sidney 

Skaneateles 

Solvay 

Southampton 

Springville 

Syracu.^e 

Tarrytown 

Tonawanda 

Troy. 



Utica 

Walden 

Walton 

Warrensburg . 

Warsaw 

Waterloo 

Watertown... 

Wells viUe 

Westfield 

White Plains. 
Wyoming. . .. 
y onkers 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

Asheville 

Charlotte 

Durham 

Gastonia 

Greensboro 

Ledger 

Raleigh 

Do 

Wilmington 

Winston-S^em 



NORTH DAKOTA. 



Bismarck 

Dev-ils Lake. . 

Dickinson 

Fargo 

Grand Forks. 
Jamestown... 
Minot 



Public Library 

do ". 

Guernsey Memorial Library 

Nyack Library 

Public Library 

....do 

do 

do 

City Library 

Coburn Free Library ' 

-Memorial Library. 

Free Library ". i 

King's Daughters' Free Library i 

Public Library i 

Field Library i 

Public Library ^ 

do 

Sherman Free Librarj- 

Free Library .' 

Public Library and Reading Room.i 

Adriance Mendorial Library 

Bath-on-Hudson Public Library... 

Public Library 

Re>Tiolds Library 

Public Library 

.lervis Library' Association 

Free Reading Room 

Johii Jermain Memorial Library 

Bancroft Public Library ' 

Free Library " 

Public Library 

Public Library 

^fynderse Library 

Public Library. . ". 

do ■. 

Minerva Free Library 

Public Library 

Library Association 

Public Library 

Rogers Memorial Library 

Public Library " 

do ". 

Young Men's Lyceum Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

.Tosephine-Louise Public Library... 

V,'. B. Ogden Free Library 

Richards Library ' 

Public Library 

Library and Historical Society 

Rosweil P. Flower Memorial Library 
David A. Howe Public Library . . . 

Patterson Library ." 

Public Library 

Free Library 

Public Library 



Pack Memorial Library . 

Carnegie Library .". . 

Public Library." 

do 

do 



Bertha M. Ciideber 

H. Pauline Van X'norhees. . . 

N. Louise Ruckteshler , 

Helen L. Powell 

Margaret C. GUhs 

Maud D . Brooks 

Mrs. Elizabeth W. Blackall. 

Blanche L. Davis 

Robert S. Kelsey 

Nano Lorii;g ..." 

LiUian J. Emerson , 

Luie P. Sammis , 

Mrs. Elsie Westfal! , 

Mrs. Alma D. Custcad 

EUaF. Fowler 

Henrietta H. IvimbaU 

Ernest S. Hall 

Anna L. Walton 

Margaret B. Marsh 

.Mrs. Sadie A. Bixb y 

Marion F . Dutche r ." 

Alice Ashton 

William F. Yust 

Anne R. Collins , 

Mrs. A. H. Decker 

Clara W. Bragg 

Marcia Dalphin 

Charles E. Haster , 

Francis F. Leighton 

SteUaC. Norton 

Anna C. Voerg 

Henry Glen , 

Ellen F. Wickes , 

Dorothy B. Payne , 

-Adelaide E. Harrington 

Florence E. Hawley 

Mrs. MittaC. Smith 

Lydia H. Cobane 

Cornelia Mertens , 

J ulia W. Foster 

Lucy A. Beusley 

PaulM. Paine , 

Florae. Millard 

Katherine M. Kobler 

Mary L. Davis , 

Caroline M . Underbill , 

Ethel S. Leeming 

Mrs. Flora Bassett , 

Mary S. Crandall 

Helen M. Cameron , 

Lula M. Clark , 

Samuel A. Hayt 

Isiinie E. Crittenden 

Emma W. Piehl , 

Clara F. Hopper 

.\f arv H. Dodson , 

Helen M. Blodgett 



Ann Talbot Erwiii. 

Anne Pierce 

Mrs. A. F. Griggs. . 

Lottie E. Blake 

Nellie M. Rowe. . . . 



Good Will Free Library I Ellen L. Willis. 

Olivia Raney Library 

State Library ". 

Public Library 

Carnegie Public Library 



State Law Library... 

Carnegie Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

do 

Free Public Library . 



.Mrs. J. S. .\tkinson. . 
Carrie L. Broughton. 
Frances L. Jewett — 
Mrs. M. F. KUburn.. 



Joseph Coughlan* 

Mane E. O'Brien. ..-.. 
Mrs. Sadie B. Calkins. 

Inaga Rynning 

.Icssie M. Budge 

Gertrude M. Edwards. 
Catherine McSherrv. .. 



36,500 

19.544 

18.000 

12. 139 

15.000 

17.000 

24,000 

11.556 

12,000 

13,811 

S.OOO 

7,983 

6,290 

8,300 

12, 767 

10.726 

19; 206 

9.000 

22,023 

S,323 

60.728 

4,116 

132,884 

89,063 

7,901 

0,439 

18,453 

24,091 

12.500 

8.000 

11,000 

52,067 

5,921 

7,524 

8,696 

7,694 

S;307 

16,815 

7,000 

13,046 

10,821 

140.000 

16:431 

10,888 

35.217 

108,386 

3,499 

8,000 

5,786 

8,392 

7,587 

40,112 

15, 101 

20,046 

30,375 

7,542 

70.000 



10.642 
li;i09 
11,000 
3, .TOO 
17.000 
10,000 
17; 360 
52, 115 
10,168 
11,000 



?2,000 
6,219 
.5.700 
17:000 
10,500 
7,500 
5,126 



II 



PUBLIC AND SOCIETY LIBRARIES. 145 

XVII. — Librarians op Pubuc and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



OHIO. 



Abon 

Alliance 

Ashtabula 

Bellefontaine 

Bellevue 

Bowling Green 

Bryan 

Bucjrus 

Cadiz 

Cambridge 

Canton 

Carev 

ChiUicothe 

Cincinnati 

CircleviUe 

Cleveland 

Clyde 

Columbus 

Do 

Conneaut 

Coshocton 

Cuyahoga Falls 

Dayton 

Defiance 

Delaware 

East Liverpool 

Elyria 

Findlay 

Fremont 

Galion 

GallipoUs 

Geneva 

Germantown 

Greenville 

Hamilton 

Hillsboro 

Ironton 

Lakewood 

Lancaster 

Lebanon 

Lima 

Lisbon 

London 

Lorain 

Mansfteld 

Marietta 

Marion 

Massillon 

Medina 

Mount Vernon 

New Straitsville 

Newark 

Niles 

Painesville 

Perrysburg 

Portsmouth 

Ravenna 

Salem 

Sandusky 

Shelby 

Sidney 

Springfield 

Tilfin 

Toledo 

Urbana 

Van Wert 

Warren . . .■ 

Washington Courthouse 

Wellington 

Wilmington 

Wooster 

Xenia 

Youngstown 

Zanesville 



Name of library. 



Public Library 

Carnegie b ree Library 

Public Library 

Free Public Library 

Carnegie Stahl-Public Library... 

Wood County Public Library... 

Free Public Library '. 

Public Library 

do 

do 

Public Library Association 

Dorcas Carey Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

State Library 

Carnegie Public Library 

Public Library 

Taylor Memorial Library 

Public Library 

do 

City Library 

Carnegie Public Library 

Elyria Library 

Public Library 

Birchard Library 

PubUc Library 

do 

Free Public Library 

Public Library 

Carnegie Library 

Lane Public Library 

Public Library 

Briggs Library 

Public Library 

do 

PubUc Library 

do 

Lepper Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

do 

do 

McClvmonds Public Library 

Franklin Sylvester Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Way Public Library 

Free Public Library 

Portage Coimty Lifcrary 

Public Library 

do 

Marvin Memorial Library 

Public Library 

Warder Public I-ibrary 

Public Library 

do 

do 

Brumback Library 

Public Library 

Carnegie Public Library 

PubUc Library 

Carnegie Library 

Public Library 

Greene County Library 

Reuben McMillan Free Library. 

Joba Mclntire Public Library... 



Librarian. 



Maude Hemdon 

Helen Hinskilwood. . .. 
Ethel J. MacDowell.... 

Laura () . Morgan 

Emma C. Suiter 

Grace Haylor 

Julia 1'. S'truble 

Grace ,(. Fuller 

Mrs. Addie G arvin 

MarlhaG. Robins 

Mary P. ^!a^tiu 

f arolyii Newhard 

Burton E. Stevenson... 

N. D.C. Hodges 

Mary E. Wilder 

Linda A. Eastman 

CheUa Hutchinson 

John J. Pugh 

Herbert S. Hirshberg. . 

Marie T. Brown 

Clara B.Olney 

Mary L. Graham 

ElectraC. Doren 

R na Weigerding 

Delia Weisrr 

Mary H. Hall 

Grace M. Petersen 

Marv B . Morrison . . 

Elsie F. Pack 

Estelle B. Coyle 

Mrs. Addie A. Vanden. 

Mrs. Bessie Pakaer 

Mrs. Adelaide Taylor. . 

Minnie J. Routzong 

Mrs. Hattie S. James... 
Frances H. Detwiler... 

Nellie John Shaw 

Roena A. Ingham 

EllaHite 

Julia E. Sellers 

Martha Gamble 

Luella Osborne 

Hattie D. Smith 

EUzabeth K. Steele 

Helen J. Fox 

Willia D. Cotton 

Helen L. Kramer 

Florence HuUng 

Evangeline Johnson 

Ada Cooper 

Mrs. Maria E. Martin. . 

Gertrude Sook 

Ida E. Sloan 

Margaret KUbourne 

Eleanor D. ModerweU.. 

Nana A. Newton 

Mrs. S. E. Lawrence. . . 

Margaret E. Vinton 

Dorothy Keefe 

EUa Askew 

Emma Graham 

Alice Burrowes 

Jessie D. Hershiser 

Carl Vitz 

Mrs. Harriet C. Milne.. 

Mary T. Hardv 

Josephine Ly tie 

Elizabeth Johnson 

Edith E. Robinson 

Minnie Farren 

Mvrtle M. Allen 

Eita G. McElwain 

Joseph L. "SVheeler 

Mary E. Elder 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



44,766- 
14,02:5 
1.5, 146 

7,080 
11,433 

5,400 

8,600 
17,000 

8,000 

9,0<K) 
32, «X) 

6,035 

37,520 

619,941 

20, 0(X» 

T22,:y>0 

7,000 

126, (XIO 
200,000 

12,650 

16,000 

6,000 

127, IH 
17,979 
13, S25 
12,901 
3l,9S2 
15,280 
15, 153 

8,025 

9,093 
10.000 

7,620 
17, 600 
12, 300 
10,000 

8. .500 
32, .57 1 
11,200 
10,000 
15, 100 

5,000 

8.580 
13, 447 
26, 000 
18, 670 
12, 457 
35,000 
15,000 

8,822 

8,000 
17, ,800 
10,647 
14, 922 
12, 106 
35,000 

3,770 
13, 896 
30.000 

6,985 
13,000 
37, 4.52 
13,010 
158,000 
12,000 
32,000 
20,000 

8,930 
12, 150 

7,500 
10, 178 
19,206 
92, 365 
30,000 



146 EDUCATIONAL DIKECTORY, 1922-1923. 

XVII. — Librarians of Pubuc and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



OKLAHOMA. 



Name of library. 



Ardmore 

Atoka 

Bartlesville. 
Chickasha . . 
Elk City.... 
El Reao.... 

Enid 

Gutlirie 

Hobart 

Lawton 

Mc Alester . . 
Muskogee. . . 
Oklahoma.. 

Do 

Okmulgee. . 

Perry 

Ponca City. 
Sspulpa . .". . 

Shawnee 

Tulsa 

Wagoner . . . 
Woodward . 



Librarian. 



rarnesie Library Myrtle Jones 

Pioneer Club Library Mrs. A. Telle 

Carnegie Library Ruth W. Brown . 

Carnegie Public" Library Sybella Bilbo. 



Number 

bound 

vohunes. 



Carnegie Library 

Carnegie Public Library 
do 

Carnegie Library ' Marv E. Wilson. . . 

do i Mrs." W. A. Phelps 



Mrs. Maggie Wood.. 

Mary K. Volker 

Mrs. CoraC. Porter. 



OREGON. 



Ashland 

Astoria 

Baker 

Hood River. 
La Grande. . 

Medford 

Pendleton . . . 

Portland 

Salem 

Do 

The Dalles.. 



PENXSYLVAXIA. 



Alexandria. . 

Allentown 

Ardmore 

Athens 

Beaver Falls. 
Ben Avon. 

Berwyn 

Bethlehem . 
Blooms burg. 
Braddock. 
Bradford. 
Bristol . 
Butler. 
C^anton . 
Carbondale . 
Carlisle . 
Carnegie. 
Chester. 

Do. 
Cormellsville . 
Conshohocken . 

.Corry ^ 

Coudersport . 
Danville. 
Darby. 
Duquesne . 
Easion . 
Klwood City. 

Erie 

Fallstngton. 
Foxburg . 
Franklin . 
Gcrmantown . 
Hanover . 
Harrishurg. 

Do. 
Hatboro. 
Ha^leton . 
Homestead . 



Public Library 

do ■;. 

do 

Carnegie Public Library , Mrs. Mabel M. Peacock 

State Library ". i E.G. SpOman 



Mrs. Mamie Small 

Mrs. Phoebe E. Hayden. 
Ruth E. Hammond. 



City Lit)rary. 
Carnegie Library. 

do 

Public Library... 

Carnegie Public Library i Mrs. T. S. Funk. 

PubUc Library I Alma R. McGlenn . . . 

Carnegie Library , Leona Bateman 

Carnegie Public" Library Metta M. Woodward. 



Mrs. Izora Ground.. 

Emile Le Bris 

Leah Buchheimer. . . 
Paulene H. Vaughn. 



Free Public Library. 

Public Library '.. 

Carnegie Library 

Coimty Librarj'". 

Public Library. 

do 

Umatilla County Library. 

Library A.ssociation. 

Public" Library . 

State Library. 

Wasco County Library . 




Blanche E. Hicks 

Katherine C. Barker. . 
Marguerite H. Entler. 
Mrs .\nne C. Haxby.. 

Edith Pickett 

E. Fay Woolsey 

Sabra L . Na.son 

Anne M. Mulberon 

Flora M. Case.. 

Cornelia Mar\Tn 

Flora Carr , 



Mary E. Reutter 

Isabel McC. Turner 

Emily C. McKee 

Helen Thurston 

Elsie Ravie 

Mrs. I). Elizabeth Hill.... 

Edith Beaumont 

Elizabeth D. Burrows 

Marian E. Mauser 

George H. Lamb 

Grace Steele 

Mary P. Rogers 

Su,'<an L. Sherman 

Sadie L. Parsons 

Grace M. Copcland 

William Homer Ames 

Mary B. Harris 

Gertrude Hewes 

Anna A. Hannum 

Eleanor Olnev 

Nancy C. McLachlan 

Mrs. Emma A. Dean 

Frances L Niles 

Janet Bird 

Mrs. Georgie E. Warner... 

Charles E.Wright 

Henry F. Marx 

Mrs. Catherine M. Charles. 
Mrs. .Jean -^ . Hard 



Lottie E. Koos 

Mary H.Clarke 

Hannah M. Jones 

Mrs. .Mabel C. Woicott. 

Ahce R. Eaton 

George C. Donehoo 

Mrs. Charles E. Yerkes. 

.A.lice Willigerod 

W. F. Stevens 



13,750 

5,000 

8,500 

8.000 

5,215 

12,000 

16, 151 

r.i.Gm 

ti.OOO 

4,000 

8,875 

21, 705 

41,642 

50,000 

10,320 

4,000 

6,669 

9,730 

18,000 

25,000 

5,672 

6,400 



10, 375 
9,400 

10,000 
7,610 
7,313 

10,000 

22,000 
345,925 

17, 500 
190,000 

16,935 



5,000 

25,968 

8,000 

8,331 

15,000 

4,000 

5,500 

20,831 

9,925 

47,000 

24,419 

7,000 

6,550 

9,130 

2,486 

9,584 

17,655 

15,000 

5,249 

13,000 

5,392 

8,852 

7,45C 

19, 141 

6,000 

30,000 

41,378 

6,644 

77,232 

8,000 

5,000 

13, 598 

33,681 

12,327 

27,000 

2011,000 

20,000 

25,000 

49,000 



PUBLIC AND SOCIETY LIBRARIES. 147 

XVII. — Librarians op Public and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



PENNSYLVANIA— COntd 



Honesdale 

Jenkinto'.vn 

Johnstown 

Kane 

Kennett Square 

Lancaster 

Langhorne 

Lansdowne 

Lebanon 

Lewisburg 

Loclc Haven 

McKeesport 

Mauch Chunk 

Meadville 

Media 

Monongahela 

Montrose 

Mount Holly Springs . 

Munhall 

New Castle 

Newtown 

Norristown 

North East 

Oalcmont 

Oil City 

Philadelphia 

Phoenixnlle 



Pittsburgh 

Do 

Pittston 

Pottstown 

Pottsville 

Reading 

Ridley Park. . . 
Royersford. . . 

Scottdale 

Bcranton 

Sewickley 

Spring City 

Titusville 

Towanda 

Troy 

Turikhannock . 

Vandergrift 

Wallingford . . . 

Warren 

Washington . . . 

Wellsboro 

West Chester.. 
Wilkes-Barre . . 
Williamsport . . 
W yomissing. . . 

Yardley 

York 



RHODE ISLAND. 



Anthony 

Apponaug 

Ashaway 

Auburn 

Barrington 

Bristol 

Carolina 

Ccnterdale 

Central Falls 

Crompton 

East Greenwich., 
East Providence. 

Edgewood 

Greenville 

Hope Valley 

Jamestown 

Kingston 

I.akewood 

New-port 



Name of library. 



Public Library 

Abington Library Society 

Cambria Free Library , 

Public Library 

Bayard Taylor Memorial Library. . 
A. Herr Smith Memorial Library... 

Langhome Library 

Free Public Library 

Public Library 

Himmolreicht Memorial Library 

Annie Halenbake Ross Library 

Carnegie Free Library 

Dimmick Memorial Library 

Free Public Library 

Free Library 

Carnegie Free Library 

Susquehanna County Free Library. 

Amelias. Given Free Library 

Carnegie Library of Homestead 

Free Public Library 

Newtown Library Co 

W^illiam McCann Library 

McCord Mem orial Library 

Public Library 

Carnegie Public Library 

Free Library 

Public Ijbrary of the Phoenixville 

School District. 
Carnegie Free Library of Allegheny. 

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh , 

Free Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

Ridley Park Library 

Free Public Library 

do 

Public Library 

do 

do 

Benson Memorial Library 

Public Library 

do 

Free Public Library 

Free Public Library 

Helen Kate Furness Free Library. . . 

Library Association 

Citizens' Free Library 

Green Free Library 

Library Association , 

Osterhout Free Library 

James V. Bro^^vn Library , 

Public Library 

Yardleyville Library 

Public Library 



Free Library 

do 

do 

Public Library 

do 

Rogers Free Library 

Public Library 

Union Library 

Free PubUc Library 

Free Library 

do , 

Watchemoket Free Public Library. . 

William H. Hall Free Library 

Public Library 

Lang worthy Public Library 

Philomeniah Library 

Free Library 

....do 

People's Library 

Redwood Library and Athenaeum . . 



Librarian. 



Mary Foster 

Florence M. Ridpath 

L. Helen Berkey 

Mary G. Keinc 

Florence Cleaver 

Helen B. Warble 

Mrs. Edith Latterthwaite. 
K. Gertrude Van Zandt... 

Irene A. Klick 

Emily CUnsan 

M. E. Crocker 

Araminta M. McLane 

Clara Bell Jen Inn 

Helen Dermitt 

E. Louise Ki'use 

Mrs. Rebecca R. McHvain 

Rev. R. A. Weatherly 

Stella Goodyear 

W. F. Stevens 

Alice M. Sterling 

W. E. Martindell , 

Helen A. Bombcrger 

Bessie M. Janes 



Florence G. Trash. 

John Ashhurst 

Ida M.Wagoner. .. 



Edward E. Eggers 

John H. Leete 

Antoinette L. King 

Amelia T. Pickett 

Edith Patterson 

Edward A. Howell 

Alma L. Deppisch 

Elsie De Walt 

Edna L. Krouse 

Henry J. Carr 

Corne'lia E . Strah 

Elizabeth Rogers 

Jean G. Thonison 

Mrs. V. T. Hall 

Jane Parsons 

Martha D. Tompkins 

Jennie McKenzie 

Bertha E. Cantner 

ilary C. Weiss 

Janet M.Clark 

Mabel Deans 

Sarah P. Bedford 

Myra Poland 

O.'R. Howard Thomson. 

Alice E. Roeder 

Mrs. Helen A. Cook 

Mai A. Clinedinst 



Myra S. Anthony 

Mrs. W. E. Compston. . . 
Everett P. Matthewson. 

Bertha L. Barnev 

Mrs. Erma S. Bradford.. 

George U. Arnold 

Friend W. Brooks 

Frank C. Angell 

J. Eliot Davison 

Edith Barton 

Mrs. Ella D. Chapman.. 

Harriet M. Briggs 

Alice W. Morse 

Cora L. Burlingame 

Gladys Segar 

Mrs. L. C. Hammond . . . 

Isabel Eddy 

Alfred Ellis 

May V. Crenshaw 

George L- Hinckley 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



4,899 

13, 144 

40,000 

8,269 

7,000 

21,200 

7, 4.50 

9, 973 

5,000 

5,517 

11,822 

14,713 

14,602 

10,323 

7,.341 

6,000 

15,000 

5,521 

50,000 

13, 665 

9, .500 

8,022 

6, fi89 

6,554 

17, 974 

606, 551 

11,906 



165 

492, 

6, 

4, 

16, 

=?; 

9, 

H, 
90, 

17, 

3, 

12, 

9, 

<, 

3, 

5, 

3, 

35, 

19, 

6, 

16, 

54, 

31, 
3, 
4, 

19, 



000 

828 
000 
200 
722 

oai 

379 
000 
000 
700 
927 
.597 
000 
321 
346 
511 
900 
852 
000 
100 
103 
107 
280 
000 
071 
001 
0-^7 



3, 

I 

9, 

14, 

19, 

5, 
•6, 
15, 

7, 
12, 
11, 
12, 

I 

lo; 

7, 
40. 
69, 



500 
000 
717 
000 
984 
800 
776 
427 
295 
000 
477 
•555 
000 
544 

CiOO 

732 
138 
679 
000 
094 



148 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

XVII. — Tjbuakians of Public and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



RHODE ISLAND— COntd. 

Oak I-awn 

Pawtuekct 

Peace Dale 

Phenlx 

I'rovidence 

Do 

Do. (Cianston St.). 

Do.COlncyviile Sta- 
tion). 

Riverside 

R umf ord 

Tiverton 

AVarren 

Warwick 

Westerly 

Woonsocket 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Anderson 

Beaufort 

Charleston . . , 

Columliia 

Gaffney 

Greenville... 

Marion 

Spartanburg. 
Union 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 



Aberdeen... 
Deadv.-Qod.. 

Ivead 

Mitchell 

Pierre 

Do 

Redfield.... 
Sioux Falls. 
Vermillion.. 
Yankton... 



TEN-\ES.«!EE. 



ChattanooRa. 
Harriman . . . 
Knoxville. . . 

Memphis 

Nashville 

Do 

Rugby 



TEXAS. 



Abilene 

Austin 

Belton 

Brovvnwood. 

Bryan 

(Cleburne .... 

Coleman 

Corsicana 

Dallas 

Denison 

El Paso 

Fort Worth.. 
Gainesville. . 
Galveston . . . 
Greenville... 

Houston 

Lockhart 

Palestine 

Port Arthur. 
San Antonio. 
Sherman 



Name of library. 



Free Public Library 

DeborahCook Sayles Public Dibrary. 
Narragansett I^ilirary Association. . . 

Paw-tux et Valley Free Library 

Public Library 

State Library". 

Arlington Public I>ibrary 

Olneyville Free Library! 



Librarian. 



Public T^ibrary 

East Providence Centre Free Library 

Whitridge Hail Free Library 

George Hail Free Library 

Old Warwick League Free Library.. 

Public Library 

Harris Institute Library 



Public Library 

Beaufort Township Library. 

Library Society 

State I library 

Carnegie Free i^ibrary 

Meblett Free Library 

Public Library 

Kennedy Free Library 

Carnegie Free Library 



Carlyn W. Soarle 

M'illiam D. (ioddard 

Mrs. Alice .\ Ibro 

Velna I. Phillips 

William E. Foster 

Herbert O. Brigham 

Mary F. Walker 

Mabel Emerson ColwelL 

Florence M. KnoT.\lton.. 

Bessie D. Paul 

Jfrs. Mary J. S. Stimson. 

Marv E. Cadv 

Rev. W. H. Lane 

Basil B. M'ood 

Ama H. Ward 



Mrs. G. H. Geiger 

Adeline S'cheper 

Ellen M. Fitz Simons. . . 
Mrs. Virginia G. Moody. 

Mrs. Pratt Pierson 

Mrs. Rebecca Deal 

Mrs. Nellie Ellerbe 

Mary M. Baugham 

Miss Neely Sartor 



Alexander Mitchell Library Mrs. A. H. Drum 

Public Ubrary i Mrs. Elizabeth S. Phelps . 



Hearst Free Library. 

Carnegie Library 

do 

State Library 

Carnegie Library 

Carnegie Free Library. 

Carnegie Library 

do 



Public Library 

do ". 

I.awson McGhee Library. 

Cossitt Library 

Carnegie Library. 



Martha E. Livingston. 

Kdla Laurson 

Mrs. E.G. Jacobsen . . . 

Doane Robinson 

Ceryl Donahey 

Alberta A. Caille 

Bernice Swezey 

Jessie Bartholomew . . . 



State Library John Trotwood Moore 



Hughes Free Public Library. 



Came.gie Public Library 

State Library 

Carnegie Public Library 

Carnegie Librarj- 

Carnegie Public Library 

do 

Public I^ibrary 

do 

do 

XXI Club Library 

Public Library 

Carnegie Public Library 

Public Library 

Rosenberg Library 

Carnegie. Library 

Ljceum and Carnegie Library . 

Dr. Eugene Clark Library 

Carnegie Library 

Memorial T/ibrary 

Carnegie Library 

Public Library 



Margaret S. Dunlap. 

Mrs. M. L. Givan 

Mary U. Rothrock. . 
Charles D. Johnston. 
G. H. Baskette. 



Helen H. Turner. 



Mrs. W. L. Groean. 

Elizabeth H. West 

iinima i.ee 

Pink V. Noel 

Miss Willie Rogers 

Mrs. O. M. Fulton 

Mrs. J. A. B. Miller 

M rs . Mattie C . Houston 

Cleora Clanton (acting) 

Mrs.R. H. Vise 

Mrs. Maud D. Sullivan 

Mrs . Charles Scheuber 

Lillian Gunter 

Frank C. Patten 

Ida Pennington 

Julia Ideson 

Mac Camp ■. 

Georgie ilcMcans 

Mrs. Edward S. Carter 

Mrs. Frances R. Humphrey. 
Mrs. Nora K. Weeins 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



8,159 
43, 135 
17.0.50 
n,288 
255, 300 
52,970 

7,865 
13, 359 

7,150 

7,031 

8,200 

10, 283 

6. 950 

54, 000 

24, 697 



6,000 

3,300 
50,000 
50,000 

4,400 
10,000 

7, .500 
13,000 

5,175 



13. 417 
5,912 

14, 000 

11,473 
8,700 

80,000 
5, .-OO 

23, .523 
4,912 
6,591 



62,296 

6,000 

45, 198 

185; 000 

97,500 

200,000 

7,000 



8,640 

62,000 

4,148 

o.CKK) 

4; .500 

9,200 

. 2,000 

1,5,000 

68,000 

2.000 

25,000 

41^,794 

10,789 

69,500 

11,450 

77, 669 

5, ,500 

5,000 

18,. 500 

67,662 

6.000 



PUBLIC AND SOCIETY LIBRARIES. 149 

XVII. — Librarians of Public and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



TEXAS — continned. 

Stamford 

Terrell 

Tyler 

Waco 

Waxahachie 

WLaasboro 



UTAH. 

Cedar City 

Eurek a 

Garland 

Logan 

Manti 

Moab 

Murray 

Ogden 

Payson 

Prove 

Richfield 

Richmond 

Salt Lake Citv. 

Do :. 

Springville 

Tooele 



VERMONT. 



Barre 

Bellows Falls.. 

Bennington 

Brandon 

Brattleboro 

Burlington 

Cavendish 

Chelsea 

Danby 

Derby Line 

Fair Haven 

Lyndonville... 

Manchester 

Middlebury 

Montpeher 

Do 

Newbury 

Newport 

Pittsford 

Poultney 

Proctor 

Randolph 

Rutland 

Do 

St. Albans 

St. Johnsbury. 

Springfield 

Strafford 

Vergennes 

Waterbury 

Windsor 

Woodstock 



VIRGINIA. 

Alexandria 

FarmviUe 

Fredericksburg . . 

Lynchburg 

Newport News.. 

Norfolk 

Orsinge 

Portsmouth . 

Richmond 

Waynesboro 

Winchester 



Name of library. 



Librarian. 



Carnegie Library Mrs. 

Carnegie Public Library Mrs. 

Public Library i Margaret Ja^^^s 

^o^. — I Ethel Simmons 



J. D. Green 

Thomas P. Armfield. 



-\". P. Sims Librar> 
Carnegie Library. . . 



Public Libra rv. 
do ■.. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Carnegie Free Library 

Public Library ". 

do ". 

do 

do 

do 

State Library 

Public Library Zina M. Singleton 

— do Effie Marsden 



Mrs. Musa Dunn 

Mrs. T. W. Bozeman. 



Mrs. E. Crane Watson. 

Laula Hay ward , 

Alissa Manning 

Dora Wright , 

Edna Larsen , 

Edna Bankhead 

Vivian ^^'allace , 

Grace W . Harris 

Effie Boyle 

Eveline Bean 

Mrs. F. A. Robinson . . . 
Mrs. Maggie T. Merrill. 

Joanna H. Sprague 

H.W.Griffith.'; 



.\ldrich Public Library 

Rockingham Free Public Library... 

Free Library 

Free Public Library 

Free Library 

Fletcher Free Library 

Fletcher Town Library 

Public Library 

Griffith Memorial Library 

HaskeU Free Library 

Public Library 

Cobleigh Public Library 

Mark Skuiner Library ." 

Public Library " 

Kellogg-nubbard Library 

State Library 

Tenney Meinorial Library 

G oodrich Memorial Library 

Maclure Library 

Public Libraiyl 

Free Library 

Kimball Public Library 

Free Library 

H. H. Baxter Memorial Library 

Free Library 

St. Johnsbury Atheneum 

Town Library 

Harris Library 

Bixby Memorial Free Library 

PubUc Library 

Library Association 

Norman Williams Public Library... 



Alexandria Library 

Public Library 

Wallace Library 

Jones Memorial' Library. 
Public Library 

....do : 

Orange Library 

Public Library 

State Library 

Public Library 

Handley Library 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



Mildred I. Phelps 

Iva M. Young 

Mrs. H. S. Moses 

Mrs. Ida J. S. Kingsley 

Florence Pratt 

George D. Smith 

E. G. White 

Marv J. George 

Mrs. Mary L. Griftith 

O. M. Carpenter 

Mrs. Margaret Colville 

Angle L. Hunter 

Anna B. Buck 

Carrie E. Damon. 

Evelyn S. Lease 

George W. Wing 

Frances M. Atkinson 

Lizzie M. Sargent 

Mary R. AUeii 

Frances R. Fenton 

Anna M. McLaughlan (acting) 

Desier C. Moulton 

Lucy D. Cheney 

Mrs. A. P. Riker 

Bertha C. Jenuison 

Cornelia Fairbanks 

EUzabeth McCarthy 

Helen D. Moore , 

Mrs. F. D. Chatterton , 

Bernice T. Price , 

Jennie C. Penniman , 

Alice L. Eaton , 



Alice J. Green 

Martha K. Blanton . . 

Sally N. Gravatt 

Miss J. M. Campbell. 
Gwendolvu Evans . . , 

Mary D. I'retlow 

Leslie Mcintosh 

Esther M. WUson — 

H. R. Mcllwaine 

Mary L. Peale 

C. Vernon Eddy 



2,975 

8,877 

10,000 

25,771 

S,000 
4,000 



6,000 
6,807 
2,S0O 
9,000 
4,800 
3,500 
9,300 

2n,036 
5,530 

13,477 

2,500 

3,572 

112,028 

22,000 

33,038 
4,617 



14,190 
15, 000 
11, 225 

S,570 
24,000 
50,000 

4,000 
10,334 

9,189 

9,329 

8,000 

6,215 
22, 198 

9,700 
33,416 
81,000 

9,000 
11,200 

8,500 

7,000 
13,000 

9,600 
25,082 
14,000 
11,000 
25, 000 
11,585 

7,400 
12,104 

7,000 
16,000 
23,600 



9,000 

4,000 

5,000 

9,000 

18,000 

35,614 

2,500 

9,000 

150, 000 

4,000 

15,000 



150 EDUCATIOXAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

XVII. — ^Librarians op Public and Society Libraries— Continued. 



Location. 



Name of library. 



WASHINT.TON. 

Belliiijjliam ^ Public Library Edith B. Carhart. 

Evoret t do ; Mabol Ashlev 



Librarian. 



Hoquiam do 

Olynipia State Library. . 

Ritzville Public Library. 

Seattle do ".. 

Spokane do 

Tacoraa do 

Walla Walla do 

Yakima do 



Do 

Clarksburg. . 
nuiitii>'-'ton. 
Parkor.sburg. 
Si.stersville. . 
Wheeling 



■wiscox.six. 



Antigo 

Appleton 

Ashland 

Baraboo 

Beaver Dam 

Belnit 

Berlin 

Chippewa Falls. 

Columbus 

Darlington 

Dclavan 

De Fere 

Eau Claire 

Evans ville 

Fond du Lac... 
Fort .Vtkinson. . 

Green Bay 

Haj-ward 

Hudson 

Janesville 

Kaukaiina 

Kenosha 

Kilhoum 

La Crosse 

Lake Geneva 

Madison 

Do 

Manitowoc 

Marinette 

Marshfield 

Menasha 

Menonionic 

Merrill 

Milwaukee 

Mineral Point.. 

Monroe 

Xecnah 

Oconomowoc... 

Oconto 

Oshkosh 

Portage 

Racine 

Rhinelander 

Rice Lake 

Ripon 

St. Francis 

Sheboygan 

Sparta 

Stanley 

Stevens Point.. 

Sui)crior 

Washburn 



WEST VIRGIXIA. 

Bhipfield Public Library. 

Charleston Department .\rchives and History. 

Do PubUc Library . 



State Law Library. 
Public Library. . . . . 

do ". 

Carnegie Library... 

PubUc Library 

do 



Free Public Library 

do 

Vaughn Public Library 

Public Library 

Williams Free Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Aram Public Library 

Public Library ." 

do ■. 

Eager Free Public Library 

Public Library 

Dwight Foster Public Library 

Kellogg Public Library 

Carnegie Free Library 

Public Library 

do 

Free Public Library 

Gilbert M. .Simmons Library 

Public Library 

do 

do 

Free Library 

State Library 

Public Library 

Stephensou Public Library 

Free Library 

EUsha D. Smith Library 

Tainter Memorial Free Library 

T. B. Scott Library 

Public Library 

do 

Arabiit Ludlow Memorial Library. 

Public Library 

do 

Furnsworth Public Library , 

Public Library 

Free Public Library 

Public Library 

Free Public Library 

Public Library 

do 

Salzmann Library 

Public Library 

Free Library.' , 

Public Library 

do 

do 

do 



liclen D. Corbilt 

Elizabeth Satterthwaite. 

Mrs. Claire L. Miller 

Judson T. .lennings 

George W. Fuller 

.John B. Kaiser 

Ellen G. Smith 

Eleanor Stephens 



Gertrude OUver 

Clifford R. Myers 

Mrs. Elizabeth von Schlech- 
tendal . 

B. H. Oxlev 

Miss S. Sc.llay Page 

Miss Lewis B arvey 

Anna E . Taylor. . ". 

Bertha E. Chadderdon 

Etta M. Roberts 



Edith A. Rechcygl 

Florence C. Day 

Cecile M. Fennelly 

KateM. Potter 

Hattie A. Doolittle 

Nellie B. McAlpine 

Margaret Biggert 

Marion E. Bryant 

Nelhe A. Loomis 

Hattie B. Greene 

Agnes Buckmaster 

Helen S. Mathews 

Laura M. '^■Len 

Mae G. Phillips 

Lelia A. Janes 

Elizabeth M. Short 

Deborah B. Martin 

Hazel Hanson 

LuciUe C. Menkey 

Jennie A. Hulce 

Lillian E. Bell 

Cora M. Frantz 

Lillian F. Ramsay 

Lilly M. E. Borrescn 

Gertrude J. Noyes 

Mary A. Smith 

Gilsbn G. Glasier 

Martha E. Pond 

Gladys May Andrews 

Alice J. Milleed 

Harriett N'orthrup 

Mrs. Essie Xickerson 

Mrs. Nathalie H. Scribner. 

Matthew S. Dudgeon 

Margaret A. Crawford 

Mrs. Nellie W. Kohli 

Ida B. Kellogg 

Anna R. Jones 

Jlrs. Ruth R. Francis 

Edith K. Van Eman 

Mary E. Porter 

Frances .\. Hannum 

Je.ssie 'W. Binsham 

Helen Smith 

Blanche Tliompson 

Rev. Dr. A. C. Breig 

Bertha Marx 

Minnie Knudson 

Sadie Cole 

Amy Andenson 

Gertrude A. Schwab 

Mrs. May M. Greenwood . . 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



39, (WO 

17,(563 

10,278 

5,317 

7,000 

353,955 
99, ] 15 

111,926 
13,100 
13, 147 



5,500 
82,000 
22,000 

30,000 
4,500 

20,000 

20,764' 
6,150 

44,893 



11,526 

17,000 

8,362 

11,652 

12,948 

18,373 

6,904 

12,300 

7,104 

6,425 

7,330 

8,200 

30,756 

7,227 

31,000 

7,000 

41,000 

4,000 

6,312 

34,500 

6,449 

44,063 

6,775 

33,121 

8.000 

52,000 

60.1100 

16. 422 

16,.S50 

10, .500 

14,058 

15,432 

12,000 

493, 552 

6,f>43 

11,095 

14, 192 

7,914 

10, .305 

39, S.33 

13, .529 

■ 52,853 

8,461 

6,617 

9,340 

27,000 

17,000 

10,273 

4,6.33 

9,000 

45,454 

6,202 



STATE LIBEARY COMMISSIONS. 151 

XVII. — Librarians of Public and Society Libraries — Continued. 



Location. 



■WISCONSIN — continued . 

Watertown 

Waukesha 

Waupun 

Wausau 

WauwBtosa 

West ADis 

Whitewater 

Wisconsin Rapids 




Librarian. 



Free Public Library. 

Public Library 

do... 



WYOMING. 



Basin 

Buffalo 

Casper 

caievMine 

t)o 

Douglas 

Evanst«i 

Lander 

Laramie 

Luslf 

Ptock Springs. 
Thermopolis. . 



-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



J. B. Scott Public Library. 



^Vheatland. 



Big Horn County Library 

Johnson CountyPublic Library 

Natrona County Public Library 

Carnegie Public Library 

State Library 

Carnegie Library, Converse County. 

Uinta County Public Library .". . 

Fremont Public Library 

Carnegie Public Library 

Carnegie Library 

do 

Carnegie Library, Hot Springs 

County. 
Platte County Public 



Edna D. Orr 

Mary Corson 

Clara L. Lindsley. . 

Cora I. Lansing 

Grace E. Loveland. 
"Winnefred Bailev . . 
Ella A. Hamilton.. 
A. Ruth Rutzen... 



Clara W. Bond 

Mrs. E. Rogers 

Mrs. Luella G. Moore. . 

Genevra Brock 

Mrs. Mary A. Preiso. . . 

Hester Bbnham 

Carrie Brown 

Dey B. Smith 

Mrs. Louisa K. Fowler. 

Mrs. Mary A. Clark 

Mrs. E. Gravesson 



Beatrice Lucas. 



Number 

bound 

volumes. 



12,434 

10,000 
8,384 

15, 367 
7,429 
6.800 
9,924 

11,283 



8,000 

6,000 

14, 500 

19, (KX) 

34,190 

20,083 

8,030 

5,040 

14, 123 

2,500 

3,449 

4,460 

5,000 



XVIII. — ^ExEcunvB Officers of State Library Commissions.' 



Executive officer. 



Post-offlce address. 



Name of commission. 



Mrs. Marie B. Owen, director. . . 

Milton J. Ferguson, librarian 

Elf reda Stebbins, secretary 



Ella New, secretary 

Charles D. Hine, chairman 

E. B. Louderbongh, secretary.. 
Charlotte Templeton, secretary.. 

Ethel E. RedSeld, secretary 

Anna M. Price, superintendent. . 

Delia Prances Northey, acting 

secretary. 
Julia A. Robinson, secretary 



Louise McNeal, secretary 

Fannie C. Bawson, secretary.. 
Mrs. KatherineM. HfU, secretary 

Henry E. Dunnaek, Ubrarian... 
Mrs.M. A. NerweU, secretary 



E. Kathleen Jones, general secre- 
tary and library adviser. 
Mrs. Mary C. Spencer, librarian. 
Clara F. Baldwin, director 



Irving R. Bundy, secretary 

NeUie WiUiams. secretary 

Grace E. Kingsland, secretary... 
Henry C. Buchanan, secretary. , 

James I. Wyer, jr., direc-tor 

WilHam R. Watson, chief of di- 
vision. 

Mary B. Palmer, secretary 

Mary E. Downey, director 

Herbert S. Hirshberg, Ubrarian. . 

Mrs. J. R. Dale, secretary , 

Cornelia Marvin, librarian , 



State Capitol, Montgomery, 

Ala. 
State Library, Sacramento, 

CaUf. 
Public library, Fcal; Collins, 

Colo. 

The Capitol, Denver, Ccdo 

Hartford, Conn 

State Library, Dover, Del 

Carnegie Library, Atlanta, Ga. 

Statehouse, Boise, Idado 

Springfield, HI 



Statehouse, Indianapolis, Ind. 

State Historical Building, Des 
Moines, Iowa. 

State Library, Topeka, Kans. . 

The Capitol, Frankfort, Ky 

638 Lafayette Ave., Baton 
Rouge, La. 

State Library, Augusta, Me 

State Normal School, Tow- 
son, Md. 

State Library, Boston, Mass . . . 

State Library, Lansing, Mich . 
The Capitol, St. Paul, Minn.. . 

The Capitol, Jefferson City, Mo 
The Capitol, Lincoln, Nebr — 

Concord, N. H 

Trenton, N. J 

Albany, N.Y 

do". 



Raleigh, N. C 

Bismarck, N. Dak 

State Library, Columbxis,Ohio 

Oklahoma City, Okla 

Supreme Court building, 
Salem, Oreg 



State department of archives and his- 
tory, library extension division. 
California State library. 

State board of library commissioners 

State traveUng Ubrary commission. 
Connecticut public Ubrary committee. 
State Ubrary commission. 

Do. 
State traveUng Ubrary commission. 
Library estension division, State 

Ubrary. 
State pubUc Ubrary commission. 

State Ubrary commission. 

Kansas traveling Ubraries commission. 
Kentucky Ubrary commission. 
State Ubrary commission. 

Maine State Ubrary. 

Maryland pubUc Ubrary commissiOTi. 

Board of free pubUc Ubrary commis- 
sioners. 

Michigan State Ubrary. 

Library division. State department of 
education. 

Missouri Ubrary commission. 

State pubUc Ubrary commission. 
Do. 
Do. 

State Ubrary. 

Division of educational extension. Uni- 
versity of the State of New York. 

North Carolina Ubrary commission. 

State pubUe Ubrary commission. 

Ohio State Ubrary. 

Oklahoma"Ubrary commission. 

State library. 



i Thirty-eight States have library commissions, or the equivalent, as here indicated. 



152 EDUCATIOXAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

XVIII. — Executive Officers of State Library Commissions — Continued. 



Executive officer. 



George C. Donehoo, librarian 

Walter E. RansT, secretary.. . 

Leora J. Lewis, field librarian . . . 
Emma Watts, iHiector 

Eliiabeth H. West, librarian 

A. ('. M;uheso!i, library secre- 
tary and organizer. 

Jalia"v'. t'rtrter, secretary 

H. K M cUwaine, librarian 

J. M . 1 1 ii t , secrei ary 

Clareme B. Lester, secretary 



Post-office address. 



State Library, Harrisburg, Pa 

Statehouse, Providence, R. I, 

StatehoHSe, Pierre, S. Dak. . . 
Nashville, Term 

State Library, Austin, Tex... 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

Moutpelier, Vt 

State Library, Richmond, Va 
State Lil)rary, 01ympia,Wash 
The Capitol, Madison, Wis 



Name of commission. 



Division of Library extension, State 
library. 

Library division, Rhode Island State 
board of education. 

State free library commission. 

Division of library extension, Depart- 
ment of public instruction. 

Texas State library. 

State department of public instruc- 
tion. 

State free public library commission. 

Virginia State library. 

State library commission 

Wisconsin free Ubrary commission. 



XIX. — Directors of Library Schools. 



Location. 



Name of institution. 



Director. 



Berkeley, Calif 

Los .\ngeles, Calif. 
Riverside, Calif. . . 

Atlanta, (ia 

Urbana, 111 

Boston, Mass 

St. Loui.s. Mo 

Albany, X. Y 

Brookl'jrn, N. Y... 
New York, N. Y.. 
Syracuse, N . Y — 
Cleveland, Ohio. . . 

Philadelphia, Pa.. 

Pittsburgh, Pa — 

Austin, Tex 

Seattle, Wash 

Madison, Wis 



University of CaUfomia Library School 

Public Library Training School 

Riverside Library Service School 

Library Training School (Carnegie Library).. 

University of iiUnois Library School 

Simmons College School of Library Science... 

St. Louis Library School 

New York Stale Library School 

Pi Jit Institute School of Library Science 

Library School of the New York" Public Library 

SvTacuse University Library School. 

Western Reserve Library School (Western Re- 
serve University). 
Drexel Institute School of Library Science 

Carnegie Library School 

University of Texas School of Library Science. 

University of Washington Library School 

Wisconsin Library School (Wisconsin Free 

Library Commission and the University of 

Wisconsin). 



Sydney B. Mitchell, chairman. 
Marion L. Horton, principal. 

Susie Lee Crumley, principal. 
Pliineas L. Windsor, director. 
Jime R. Donnelly, director. 
Arthur E, Bostwick, director. 
James I. Wyer, jr^ d'.rector. 
Edward F. Stevens, director. 
Ernest J. Reece, principal. 
EUsabeth G. Thorne, director. 
Alice S, Tyler, director. 

Anne Wallace Howland, 

director. 
John H. Lee.te, director. 
J. E. Goodwin, chairman. 
William E. Henry, director. 
Mary E. Hazeltine. preceptor. 



XX. — Educational Boards and Foundations. 



Name of board. 


President. 


Secretary. 


Meeting. 


American Field Service 


Paul D. Cravath, 52 Wil- 


I. L. Kandel, 522 Fifth 
Avenue, New York, 


New York, N. Y., last 


Fellowships for French 


liam Street, New York, 


week in April, 1923. 


I'niversities. 


N. Y. 


N. Y. 




American Foundation for 


M. C. Migel, 1 Madison 


Joseph C. Nate, Hartford 


New York, N.Y., Nov. 


the Blind. 


Avenue, New York, 


Building, Broadway 


22, 1922. 




N. Y. 


and Seventeenth Street, 
New York, N. Y. 




-Vmerican - Scandinavian 


Hamilton Holt, 15 West 


James Creese, 25 West 


New York, N. Y., Feb. 


Foundation. 


Thirtv-seventh Street, 


Forty-fifth Street, New 


3, 1923. 




New York, N. Y. 


York, N. Y. 




Anna T. Jeanes Fimd 


James H. DiUard, Char- 


John T. Emlen, 328 Chest- 


June, 1923. 




lottes\alle, Va. 


nut Street, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 




Baron de Hirsch Fund . . . 


Eugene S. Benjamin, 233 


Max J . Kohler, 233 Broad- 


New York, N.Y., Jan. 




Broadway, New York, 
N. Y. 

Henry S. I'ritchett, .■^22 


way, New York, N.Y. 


28, 1923. 


Carnegie Corporation of 


James Bertram, 522 Eifth 


New York, N.Y., Nov. 


New ^'ork. 


1 ifth Avenue, .New 


Avenue, New York, 
Yor.., N. Y. 


22, 1923. 




York, N. Y. (acting). 




Camcirie Foundation for 


Henry S. Pritchett, .")22 


Clvde Furst, 522 Fifth 


New York, N.Y., Nov. 


the Advancement of 


Fifth Avenue, New 


Avenue, New York, 


15, 1922. 


Teaching. 


York, N. Y. 


N.Y. 




Character Education In- 


MiltMi Fairchild, 3770 






stitution. 


, McKinley Street,Wash- 
ington, D. C. 






Commission for lielief in 


Herbert Hoover, 42 


George B. Baker, 42 


New York, N.Y.. Feb. 


BeLium Educational 


Broad wav. New York, 


Broad wav, New York, 


21, 1923. 


Foundation. 


N. Y. 


N.Y. " 





EDUCATIOlSrAL, BOARDS AND FOTHsTDATIONS. 
XX. — EDUCATio>fAL Boards and Foundations — Continued. 



153 



Name of board. 



President. 



Secretary. 



Meet in" 



Commonwealth Fund, 
Educational Research 
Committee. 

David W. Gerard Memo- 
rial Educational Aid 
Foimdation. 

Engineering Economics 
Foundation. 

General Education Board. 



Henry C. Frlck Educa- 
tional Commission. 

John F. Slater Fund 



Juilliard Musical Founda- 
tion. 

Julius Rosenwald Fund . . 



Kahn Foundation for the 
Foreign Travel of Amer- 
ican Teachers. 

Peabody Foundation for 
International Educa- 
tion Correspondence. 

Phelps-Stokes Fund 



Rockefeller Foundation.. 



Russell Sage Foimdation 



Workers' Education Bu- 
reau of America. 



Max Farrand, 1 East 
Fiftv-seventh Street, 
New York, N. Y. 

Chas. H. Brough. 1404 
Scott Street, Little 
Rock, Ark. 

HoUis Godfrey, 3 Joy 
Street, Boston, Mass. 

Wallace Buttrick, 61 
Broadway, New York, 

N. Y. 

W. Lucien Scaife, Gran- 
ite Building, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

James H. Dillard, Box 
418, Charlottesville, Va. 



Julius Rosenwald, So- 
man and Arthington 
Streets, Chicago, HI. 

Edward D. Adams, 598 

Madison Avenue, New 

York, N. Y. 
Mrs. Mary G. Howard, 

Lookout Mountain, 

Term. 
I. N. Phelps Stokes, 297 

Fourth Avenue, New 

York, N. Y. 
George E. ^'incent, 61 

Broadway, New York, 

N. Y. 
Robert W. de Forest, 30 

Broad Street, New 

York JST. Y. 
James H. Maurer, Har- 

risburg. Pa. 



Samuel P. Capen, Uni- 
versity of Buffalo, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Gilbert Howell, Ben Hur 
Building, Crawfords- 
ville, Tnd. 

Charles L. Eyanson, 3 
Joy Street, Boston, 
Mass. 

Abraham Flexner and 
Trevor Amett, 61 
Broadway, New Yoric, 
N. Y. 

George W. Gerwig, 725 
Fulton Building, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

Gertrude C. Mann, Box 
418, Charlottesville, Va. 

Eugene A. Noble, 522 
Fifth Avenue, New 
York, N. Y. 

Francis W. Shepardson, 
Homan and Arthing- 
ton Streets, Chicago, 

m. 

Frank D. Fackenthal, 
Substation 84, New 
York, N. Y. 

Mrs. F. L. Underwood, 
Ferger Place, Chatta- 
nooga, Term. 

Anson Phelps Stokes, 
297 Fourth Avenue, 
New York, N. Y. 

Edwin R. Embree, 61 
Broadway, New York, 
N. Y. 

John M. Glenn, 130 East 
Twenty-second Street, 
New York, X. Y. 

Spencer Miller, jr., 465 
West Twenty-third 
Street, New York, 
N. Y. 



Crawfords\ ille, Tnd., 
Mar. 6, J923. 



New York, N.Y., Apr. 

25, 1923. 

New York, N.Y., Oct. 

26, 1922. 



Chattanooga, Tenn., 
Apr. 18, 192:3. 

New York, N.Y., April, 
1923. 

New York, N.Y., Dec. 
6, 1922. 



New York, N.Y.,AprU, 
1923. 



XXI. — Church Educational Boards and Societies. 



The following list shows, first, the name of the organization; second, the name and address of the presi- 
dent: third, the name and address of the secretary; fourth, the place and date of the next meeting. 

Council of Church Boards of Education in the United States: H. O. Pritchard, 222 Downey Street, Indian- 
apolis, Ind.; O. D. Foster, 920 East Fifty-sixth Street, Chicago, Bl.; Chicago, ill., January 8-9, 1923. 
American Christian Convention, Department of Education: AV. A. Harper, Elon College, Elon CoUege, 

N. C; Helen Steams, Christian Church, New Bedford, Mass.; Dayton, Ohio, October, 1923. 
American Christian Convention, Department of Education. 
Church of the Brethren, General Educational Board: D. W. Kurtz, McPherson, Kans.; J. S. Noflsinger, 

206 West One hundred and third Street, Nev/ York, N. Y.; Elgin, Bl., April 16, 1923. 
Church of the United Brethren in Christ, Board of Education: Rev. C. J. Kephart, 3936 Harrison Street, 

Kansas City, Mo.; William E. Schell, 1115 U. B. Building, Dayton, Ohio.; Dayton, Ohio, ifirst week in 

May, 1923. 
Congregational Education Society: Rev. Charles R. Brown, Yale Di^•inity School, New Haven, Conn.; 

Rev. Frank M. Sheldon, 807 Congregational House, Boston, Mass.; Springfield, Mass., October, 1923. 
Disciples of Christ, Board of Education: A. D. Harmon, Transylvania CoUege, Lexington, Ky.; H. O. 

Pritchard, 222 Downey Avemie, Indianapolis, Ind.; IndianapoUs, Ind., April 1, 1923. 
Mennonites of North America, General Conference Board of Education: S. K. Mosiman, Bluffton, Ohio; 

J. H. Laugenwalter, Newton, Kans.; Freeman, S. Dak., August, 1923. 
Methodist Episcopal Church, Board of Education: Rev. William F. McDowell, 2107 Wyoming Avenue, 

Washington, D. C; Ewa S. Tipple, Madison, N. J.; New York, N. Y., November Sr-10, 1922. 
Methodist Episcopal Church South, Board of Education: Rev. E. D. Mouzon, 810 Broadway, Nashville, 

Tenn.; Rev. Stonewall Anderson, 810 Broadway, Nashville, Tenn.; Nashville, Tenn., May 1, 1923. 
Methodist Protestant Church, Board of Education: Rev. J. W. Knott, New Brigliton, Pa.; George H. 

Miller, 613 West Diamond Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Pittsburgh, Pa., October 26, 1922. 



154 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1022-1923. 

National Catholic Welfare Council, Bureau of Education: Director, Arthur C. Monahan, 1312 Massachu- 
setts Avenue NW., Washington, D. C. 
Nortliern Baptist Convention, Board of Education: Ernest D. Burton, University of Chicago. Chicago, 

111.: Frank W. Padelford, 27<i Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.: Wa.shington, D. C, May 18-25, 192.3. 
Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, General Board of Education: Rev. Hugh T. Kerr, 

827 Araberson Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Rev. Edgar P. Hill, 156 l^fth Avenue, New York, N. Y.; New 

York, N. Y., April 25, 1923. 
Presbyterian Church in the United States fSonthern'), Executive Committee of Christian Education: H. 

P. Converse, 410 Urban Building, Louisville, Ky.; Rev. Henry H. Sweets, 410 Urban Building, Louis- 

^^1U^ Ky.: Louisville, Ky., March 31, 1923. 
Protestant Episcopal Church, Department of Religious Education: Secretary, Rev. William E. Gardner, 

2S1 Fourth Avenue, New York, N. Y.: New York. N. Y., December 12, 1922. 
Reformed Church in America, Board of Education: Rev. Albertus T. Broek, 137 South Sixth Avenue, 

Mt. Vernon, N. Y.: Rev. W. D. Brown, 25 East Twenty-second Street, New York, N. Y.; New York, 

N. Y., December 5, 1922. 
Beventh-DayAdveutists, Department of Education: Secretary, AV. E. Howell, Takoma Park, Washing- 
ton, D. C. ^ ' 
Seventh-Day Baptist Education Society: William C. Whitford, Alfred, N. Y.; Paul E. Titsworth, Alfred, 

N. Y.: Alfred, N. Y., September 12, 1923. 
Society of Friends, Five- Years' Meeting, Board of Education: W. O. Mendenhall, Friends University, 

Wichita, Kans.: J. Edwin .lay, Wilmington College, Wilmington, Ohio; Chicago, 111., January, 1923. 
Society of Friends, General Conference, Committee on Education: George H. Nutt, George School, Pa.; 

Mrs. Edith W. Jackson, 6445 Green Street, Gcrmantown, I'hiladelphia, Pa.; summer, 1923. 
Southern Baptist Convention, Education Board; Secretary, W. C. James, 1214 Jell'erson County Bank» 

Binningham, Ala.: Birmingham, Ala. 
United Lutheran Church in America, Board of Education: Rev. A. J. Turkle, Stockton Avenue and 

Arch Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Rev. F. G. Gotwald, York, Pa.; Washington, D. C, December 5, 1922. 
United Presbyterian Church, Board of Education; David F. Matchatt, 6133 EUis Avenue, Chicago, 111.; 

Rev. J. E. Bradford, 1180 East Sixty-third Street, Chicago, 111.; Chicago, 111., December 11, 1922. 

XXII. — Jewish Educatiox.^l Organizations. 

The following list shows, first, the name of the association; second, the name and address of the presi- 
dent; third, the name and address of the secretary; fourth, the place and date of the next meeting. 

1. Nalvinal. 

Central Conference of American Rabbis, Religious Education Committee: Edward N. Calisch, Richmond, 
Va.; Horace J. Wolf, Rochester, N. Y.; Cape May, N. J., June 27-July 3, 1923. 

Council of Jewish Women: Mrs. Edwin Zugsmith, 5632 Woodmont Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Eleanor F. 
Dreyfuss, .5547 Bartlett Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Pittsburgh, Pa., January 25, 1923. 

Central Conference of American Rabbis, Religious Education Committee. 

Educational League for the Higher Education of Orphans: Alfred A. Benesch. Society for Savings Build- 
ing, ('leveland, Ohio; Eugene E. AVolf, :?36 Engineers Building, Cleveland, Ohio; Cleveland, Ohio. 

Jewish Chautauqua Society: Arthur K. Stern, 2034 North Eighteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.; Jeanette 
M. Goldberg, Hotel Lorraine, Philadelphia, Pa.; Kansas City, Mo., December 24-28, 1922. 

Union of American Hebrew Congregations: Charles Shohl, 1314 First National Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio; 
George Zepin, Merchants' Building, Cincinnati, Ohio; New York, N. Y., January 22-25, 1923. 

2. City. 

Bureau of Education of the Jewish Community of New York City: Otto A Rosalsky, Criminal Court 

Bt ilding; Samson Benderly, 114 Fifth Avenue. 
Educational Alliance (New York City): Samuel Grecnbaum, 2 East Ninety-fotirth Street; Bernard M. 

L. Erast, 25 West Forty-third Street; New York, .N. Y., January, 1923. 
Hebrew Education Society (Newark, N. J.). 
Hebrew Education Sotiety of I'hiladelphia (Pa.): Clarence L. Marks, 146 North Thirteenth Street; Bct- 

nard Harris, 609 Stephen Girard Building; Pliiladelphia, Pa., May, 1923. 



CATHOLIC PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS. 

XXIII. — Superintendents of Catholic Parochial Schools. 
[Archdioceses are indicated by an asterisk (*). 



155 



Diocese or archdiocese. 



Name of supervising officer. 



Address. 



Albany, N.Y.... 

Altoona, Pa 

Baker City, Oreg. 
♦Baltimore, Md . . 
♦Boston, Mass — 
Brooklyn, N. Y.. 



Buffalo, N.Y. 
Chicago, III — 



♦Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Columbus, Ohio... 

CoAdngton, Ky 

Crookston, Minn. . 

Detroit, Mich 

Erie, Pa 

Fall River, Mass . . 
Do 



Fargo, N. Dak... 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 



Galveston, Tex 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Hartford, Conn 

Helena, Mont 

Lafayette, La 

Leavenworth; Kans. . 

Little Rock, Ark 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Manchester, N. H 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Nashville, Term 

*New Orleans, La 

♦New York, N.Y... . 
Do 



Do , 

Newark, N.J. 



Omaha, Nebr 

♦Oregon City, Oreg. 



♦Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Portland, Me 



Rev. Joseph A. Dunney, inspector of schools. 

Rev. Urban Peters, superintendent of 

schools. 
Rev. Hugh J. Marshall, diocesan inspector of 

schools. 
Rev. John I. Barrett, superintendent 



Rev. Augustine F. Hickey, diocesan super- 
visor of schools. 

Rev. Joseph V. 8. McClancy, inspector of 
schools. 

, superintendent of parochial schools. . 

Rev. J. Kozlowski, diocesan superintendent 
of schools. 

Rev. William Schmitt, superintendent of 
parochial schools. 

Rev. John J. Murphy, superintendent of 
schools. 

Rev. John E. Haldi, superintendent of 
schools. 

Rev. Hubert L. Nicolai, diocesan superin- 
tendent of schools. 

Rev. Charles J. Linskey, superintendent of 
schools. 

Rev. Joseph Wehrle, superintendent of 
schools. 

Rev. L. Damase Robert, diocesan school 
supervisor. 

Rev. Edward J. Carr, diocesan school super- 
visor. 

Rev. John Baker, inspector of schools 

Rev. A. E. Lafcutaiue, superuitendent of 
schools. 

Rev. J. B. O'Leary, diocesan director of 
schools. 

Rev. James D. Kenny, diocesan superintend- 
ent of schools. 

Rev. Peter M. Stieff, superintendent of 
schools. 

Rev. Edwin A. Flynn, superintendent of 
schools. 

Rev. John J. Tracy, diocesan superintendent 
of schools. 

Rev. Anthony F. Isenberg, superintendent 
of schools. 

Rev. Gerard Heinz, superintendent of schools. 

Rev. R. A. Heagney, superintendent 



Rev. Matthew Marron, superintendent of 

schools. 
Rev. Wilfred J. Lessard, superintendent of 

schools. 
Rev. Joseph Barbian, superintendent of 

schools. 
Rev. Charles B. Robinson, supervisor of 

diocesan schools. 
Rev. F. X. Twellmeyer, superintendent 



Rev. Joseph F. Smith, superintendent of 
schools. 

Rev. Michael J. Larkin, superintendent of 
schools (Westchester, Dutchess, and Put- 
nam Counties) . 

Rev. John J. Mitty, superintendent of schools 
(Rockland, Sullivan, and Ulster Counties). 

Rev. William F. Lawler, superintendent of 
schools. 

Rev. Joseph Ruessing, inspector of schools. . . 

Rev. Edwin V. O'Hara, diocesan superin- 
tendent of schools. 

Rev. Joseph M. O'Hara, superintendent of 
parochial schools. 

Rev. Ralph L. Hayes, superintendent of 
schools. 

Rev. J. A. Carey, and Rev. Z. B. Decary, 
superintendents of schools. (York, Cum- 
berland, Oxford, Kennebec, and Andro- 
scoggin Counties). I 



454 Western Avenue, Albany, 

N.Y. 
90t Fourth Street, Altoona, P». 

Kl&math Falls, Oreg. 

619 Tenth Street NW., Washing- 
ton, ]i. ('. 

75 Union Park Street, Boston, 
Mass. 

749 Lindwood Street, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

1972 Seneca Street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

2226 Whipple Street, Chica-o, 111. 

734 Hawthorne Avenue, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

414 North Broadway, Columbus, 
Ohio. 

Ninth and Isabella Streets, New- 
port, Ky. 

Dil worth, Minn. 

70 Martin Place, Detroit, Mich. 

230 West Tenth Street, Erie, Pa. 

889 Pine Street, Fall River, Mass. 

1.5 Thomas Street, Fall River, 

Valley City, N. Dak. 
1140C?lLnton Street, Fort Wayne, 

Ind. 
Tenth and Howard Streets, 

Houston, Tex. 
722 Bridge Street, Grand Rapids, 

Mich. 
409 Cherry Street, Columbia, Pa. 

P. O. Box 17, Niantie, Conn . 

St. Helena Cathedral, Helena, 

Mont. 
Crowley, La. 

St. Benedict's Church, Atchison, 
Kaus. 

Pulaski Heights, Little Rock, 
Ark. 

2190 West Thirty-first Street, 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

299 Merrimack Street, Manches- 
ter, N. H. 

2000 Grand Aveime, Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

2001 West End Avenue, Nash 
vUle, Term. 

Loyola University, New Orleans, 

La. 
328 West Fourteenth Street, New 

York, N. Y. 
120 Division Street, New Ro- 

chelle, N. Y. 

Highland Falls, N. Y. 

691 Westside A veuue.Jersey City, 

N.J. 
Joseph Home, AVest Point, Nebr. 
Eugene, Oreg. 

242 South Twentieth Street, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
116 North Dithridge Street, Phil 

adelphia, Pa. 
70 Sherman Street , Portland, Me. 
75 Beacon Street, Biddeford, Me.. 



156 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1022-1923. 

XXIII.— Superintendents of Catholic Parochial Schools — Continued. 
[Archdioceses are indicated 1 y an asterisk (*).] 



Dior-ese or arclidiooese. 



Name of supcrvi-^ing ofiicer. 



Address. 



Portland, Me 

Do 

Rochester. N. Y 

*St. Louis, .\ro 

Do 

St. Paul, Minn 

*San Krancisco, Calif.. 

Scranton, Pa 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak... 



Sprinsfield, Mass. 

Do..... 

Syra'use, N. Y. .. 



Toledo, Ohio. . 
Trenton, N. J. 



Rev. P. M. Silke, .superintendent of schools 

(Penobscot, Hancock, Washington, and 

Southern Aroostook). 
Rev. i. M. Chata^non, superintendent of 

schools (iladowska District). 
Rev. Joseph S. Cameron, superintendent of 

schools. 
Rev. .lames P. Afurray, superintendent of 

!:arochial schools. 
Rin-. P. .1. Riicliie, superintendent of high 

schools. 
Rev. .lames A. Byrnes, superintendent of 

schools. 
Rev. Ralph Hunt, superintendent of schools 

Rev. .Toseph A. Boyle, superintendent of 
.schools. 

Rev. W. S. O'Meara, superintendent of 
schools. 

Rev..IohnConlin, superintendent of schools. 

Rev. P. F. Doyle, superintendent of .schools. . 

Rev. Charles F. McEvoy, superintendentof 
.schools. 

Rev. Francis Macelwane, diocesan superin- 
tendent (if rarochial s( hools. 

Rev. P. .J. Clune, superintendent of parochial 
schools. 



Houlton, Me. 



Auburn, Me. 

217 Plymouth Avenue, Roches- 
ter. N. Y. 

2122 South Twelfth Street, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

14140 1 allon Street, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

239 Selby Avenue, St. Paul, Minn 

50 Oak Street, San Francisco, 

Calif. 
1427 College Avenue, Scraulon, 

Pa. 
Watertown, S. Dak. 

Chieopee, Mass. 

Brookficld, Mass. 

257 East Onondaga Street, Syra- 
cuse, N . Y. 

2b3'.i Collingwood Avenue.Toledo, 
Ohio. 

43 Manning Avenue, North 
Plainfold, N.J. 



XXIV — Directors of Schools fob Social Workers. 



Location. 



Name of institution. 



Director. 



Washington, D. C 

Cliicago, 111 

Boston, Mass 

St. Louis, Mo. ... 
Nev.^ York, N. Y. 
Chapel Hill, X.C. 
Cleveland, Ohio.. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Richmond, Va... 



National ^er\'ice .'^chool for Women 

School of .-^ocial .•Service .\dministration (University of Chicago) 

School of Social Work (Simmons College) 

Missouri School of Social Economy 

New York School of Social Work 

School of Public Welfare (University of .\orth Carolina) 

School of A ppUed Social Sciences ( Western Reserve University). 
Pennsylvama School for Social Service 

School of Social Work and Public Health 



Anna M. Nichol- 
son. 

HarrvP. Judson. 

.Mrs. EvaW. White. 

Geo. B. Mangold. 

Porter R. 1 ee. 

Howard W. Odnm. 

James E. Cutler. 

Kenneth L. M. 
Prav. 

H.H."Hibbs,jr. 



XXV — International A.s.«ociations of Education. 

The following list shows, first, the name of the association; second, the name and address of the presi- 
dcn". third, the name and address of the secretary: fourth, the place and date of the next meeting: 
American Congress on Economic Expansion and Commercial Education: Pablo Fontaina, Montevideo, 

Uruguay; Eduardo Vazquez, Montevideo, Uruguay. 
American University Union in Europe: H. P. Judson, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; J. W. CunUfTe, 

C ilumbia University, New York, N. Y.; New York, N. Y., .May, 192S. 
Institute of Intel n?tional Education: Stephen P. Duggan, 419 West One hundred and Seventeenth Street, 

New York, N. Y.: .Mary L. Waite, 419 West One hundred and seventeenth Street, New York, N. Y. 
International .\ssociation of Teachers of Printing. 
International Commission on the Teaching of Mathematics: O. Klein, Gottingen, Germany; H. Fehr, 

Geneva, Switzerland. 
International Federation of Catholic Alumnae: Mrs. Harry M. Benzinger, 11 Chase Street, Baltimore, 

.\ld.: Anna Ward, 2630 Lake View Avenue, Chicago, 111. 
International Federation of University Women: Caroline Spurgeon, University of London, London, Eng- 
land: Theod ira Bosanquet, 92 Victoria Street, London, England; Summer, 1924. 
International Kindergarten L^nlon: Luella A. Palmer, 510 West One hundred and Twenty-tliird Street, 

New York, N. Y.; .May Murray, 40 High Street, Springfield, .Mass; week of April 19, 192.1. 
Ini .'rnational Sunday School .Vssociation: WilliaTn O. Thompson, Ohio State Uuivc.sity, Columbus, 

O.Jo; Hughs. .vlagiU, 1516 .Mailer's Building, Chicago, 111.; Birmingham, .Ma., June, 1926. 



EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. 157 

Union Acad^miqae Internationale. 

Union des Associations Internationales: H. La Fontaine; Paul Otlet, Palais Mondial, Brussels, Belpinra; 

Brussels, 1922. 
World's Student Christian Federation: John R. Mott, .347 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y.; Ruth Rouse, 

28 Lancaster Road, Wimbledon, London, S. W., England; May 20-27, 1923. 

XXVI — American Educational As.sociations. 

The following list shows, first, the name and address of the association: second, the name and address of 
the president; third, the name and address of the secretary; fourth, the place and daie of the next meeting. 

1. National and sectional. 

Alumni Association of American Rhodes Scholars: Leonard W. Cronkhite, 142 Berkeley Street, Boston, 

Mass.; Frank Aydeloite, Swartlimore College, SwarUimore, Pa. 
American Association for the Advancement of Agricultural Teaching: N. E. Fit/gerald, Knoxville, Tcnn.; 

H. F. Ootterman, College Park, Md. 
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Section 2: Bird T. Baldwin, .302 Elementary School 

Building, Iowa City, Iowa; A. S. Barr, DetrcHt, Mich.; Boston, Mass., December 27-29, 1922. 
American Association for the Study of the Feeble Minded: C. Banks McN'eary, ICinston Training School, 

Kinston, N. C; Benjamin W. Baker, New Hampshire School for Feeble Minded, Laconia, N . H.; Detnnt, 

Mich., June 15-18, 1923. 
American Association of Agricultural College Editors: M. V. Atwood, Cornell University, Ithaca, X. Y.; 

R. W. Green, Raleigli, S. C: New Brunswick, N. J., June, 1923. 
American Association of College News Bureaus: Nelson Crawford, Kansas State Agricultural College, 

Manhattan, Kans.; Ruby A. Black, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis,; Chicago, III., December 

28-:50, 1922. 
American Association of Collegiate Registrars: J. A. Gannett, University of Maine, Orono, Me.; J. O. Quick, 

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsbiu"gh, Pa.: April, 1924. 
American Association of Farmers' Institute Workers: J. W. Neill, Austin, Tex.; Wesley Webb, Dover, Dei. 
American Association of Instructors of the Blind: John F. Bledsoe, Overlea, Md. 

American Association of Jimior Colleges: James M. Wood, Stephens' College, Columbia, Mo.; D. S. Camp- 
bell, Central College, Conway, Ark.; Cleveland, Ohio, February 27-28, 1923. 
American Association of Teachers' Colleges: J. Q. Crabbe, Greeley, Colo.; E. L. Hendricks, Warrensburg, 

Mo.; Cleveland, Ohio, February 23-24, 1923. 
American Association of Teachers of Journalism: Everett W. Smith, Stanford University, Cal.; Nelson 

Crawford, Kansas State Agricultural College, Manhattan, Kans.: Evanston, 111., December, 1922. 
Ameiican Association of Teachers of Spanish: Secretary, Alfred Coester, Stanford University, Calif.; Los 

Angeles, Calif., December 22-23, 1922. 
American Association of University Instructors of Accounting: W. A. Paton, University of Michigan, 

Ann Arbor, Mich.; E J. Filbey, University of Illinois, Urbana, III.; Chicago, December, 1922. 
American Association of University Professors: J. V. Denney, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio; 

H. W. Tyler, 222 Charies River Road, Cambridge, Mass.; New Haven, Conn., December 28-29, 1922. 
American Association of University Women: Ada Comstock, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.; Ruth 

H. French, 1634 I Street NW., Washington, D. C; Portland, Oreg., July, 1923. 
American Assotiation to Promote the Teaching of Speech to the Deaf; Harris Taylor, 904 Lexington, 

Aven ue, New York, N. Y.; H. M. McManaway, Staunton Va.; New York, June, 1923. 
American Bar Association, Section of Legal Education: Vice-chairman, SUas H. Strawn, First National 

Bank Building, Chicago, lU.; John B. Sanborn, Madison, Wis. 
American Classical l/cague: Andrew Fleming West, Wyman House, Princeton, N. J.; Shirley Howard 

Weber, 106 Broadmead, Princeton, N. J. 
American Conference of Pharmaceutical Faculities: Charles H. LaWall, 145 North Tenth Street, Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; Zada M. Cooper, Iowa City, Iowa; Ashe^ille, N. C, September 1, 1923. 
American Coimcil of Learned Societies devoted to Humanistic Studies. 

American Council of Education; L. D. Coflimau, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.; Ada Com- 
stock, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.; Washington, D. C, May 4, 1923. 
American Federation of Arts: Robert W. deForest, 30 Broad Street, New Ycrk, N. Y.; Leila MechUn, 

1741 New York Avenue, Washington, D. C; St. Louis, Mo., May, 1923. 
American Federation of Teachers: Charles B. Stillman, 166 West Washington Street, Cliicago, 111.; F. G. 

Stecker, 166 West Washington Street, Chicago, lU. 
American Federation of Teachers of the Mathematical and the Natural Sciences: Charles R. Mann, 6 East 

Lenox Street, Chevy Chase, Md.; WiUiam A. Hedrick, Central High School, Washington, D. C; 

Boston, Mass., December, 1922. 
American Home Economics Association: Alice F. Blood, S imm ons College, Boston, Mass.; Lenna F. Cooper 

School of Home Economics, Battle Creek, Mich.; Chicago, lU., July 30-August 3, 1923. 
American Humane Education Society; Francis H. Rowley, ISO Longwood Avenue, Boston, Mass.; Guy 

Richardson, 180 Longwood Avenue, Boston, Mass.; Boston, Mass., March 27, 1923. 

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American Institute of Dental Teachers: A. H. Hippie, Creighton University, Dental School, Omaha, 
Nebr.; Abram Hoffman, 381 Linwood Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y.; Omaha, Nebr., January 22-25, 1923. 

American Medical Association, Council on Medical Education and Hospitals: Arthur Dean Bevan, 122 
South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111.; N. P. Colwell, 535 North Dearborn Street, Chicago, 111.; Chicago, 
111., March .5-7, 1923. 

American Nature-Study Society: William R. Vinal, R. I. School of Education, Providence, R. I.; Mrs. 
Anna B. Comstock, 123 Robert Plp.c«, Ithaca, N. Y.; meets with American Academy for the Advance- 
ment of Science, Boston.; December 27, 1923. 

American Physical Education Association: Dudley B. Reed, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111,; J, H. 
McCurdy, Springfield, Mas-'s.: Springfield, Ma.ss., April 11-14, 1923. 

American Posture League, Inc.: George J. Fisher, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.; Henry Ling Taylor, 
125 West Fifty-eighth Street, New York, N. Y.; New York, N. Y., March 10, 1923. 

American School Citizenship League: Randall J. Condon, Cincinnati, Ohio: Mrs. Fannie Fern Andrews, 
4<15 Marlborough Street, Boston 17, Mass.; San Francisco and Oakland, Calif., first week in July, 1"23. 

American School Hygiene Association: Thomas D. Wood, Columbia University, New York, N.Y.; Harvey 

B. Burns, 1101 Fulton Building, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Cleveland, Ohio, February 26-28, 1923. 
American Society for the Extension of I niversity Teaching: George W. Norris, 925 Chestnut Street, Phila- 
delphia, Pa,; William K. Huff, Academy of Music, Philadelphia, Pa,; Philadelphia, Pa., January 24, 
19-23. 

Army Educational Corps: Frank E. Spaulding, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.; George F. James, 

210 Mailers Building, Chicago, 111.; February, 1923, with Department of Superintendence, National 

Education Association. 
Associated Harvard Clubs: Langdon P. Marvin, 52 Wall Street, New York, N. Y.; G. A. Morrison, Bucyrus 

Co., South Milwaukee, Wis.; Kansas City, Mo., May, 1923. 
Association of Alumni Secretaries: Foster M. Coffin, Cornell University, Ithaca. N. Y.; Charles G. Preffltt, 

311 East Hall, Columbia University, New York, N. Y.; Cleveland, Ohio, about May 1, 1923, 
Association of American Colleges: Frank Aydelotte, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa.; Robert L. 

Kelly, 111 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.; Chicago, HI., January 11-13, 1923. 
Associarion of American Law Schools: James Parker Hall, University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, 

111.; Henry Craig Jones, University of Iowa Law School, Iowa City, Iowa; Chicago, 111., December 

2S-30, 1922, 
Association of American Library Schools: Ernest J. Reece, Library School of New York PubUc Library, 

New York, N. Y.; Margaret S. Williams, New York State Library School, Albany, N. Y. 
Association of American Medical Colleges: Charles P. Emerson, Indianapolis, Ind.; Fred C. Zapfle, 3431 

Lexington Street, Chicago, m.; Ann Arbor, Mich., March, 1923. 
Association of American Universities: Walter Dill Scott, Evanston, 111.; D. A. Robertson, University of 

Chicago, Chicago, HI.; Charlottesville, Va,, November, 1923, 
Association of Biblical Instructors in American Colleges and Secondary Schools: Charles Foster Kent, 

Yale University, New Haven, Conn.; Theophilus R. Hyde, Hill School, Pottstown, Pa.; New York, 

N. Y., December 27-28, 1923. 
Association of Business Officers of the Universities and Colleges of the Middle W^est: J. C. Christenson, Ann 

Arbor, Mich.; W. H. Bates, Iowa City, Iowa. 
Association of Church Directors of Religious Education: Arthur W. Bailey, Holyoke, Mass.; Mary Law- 

rance, 59 Hardenbrook Avenue, Jamaica, N. Y.; Cleveland, Ohio, March, 1923. 
Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools of the Middle States and Maryland: Livingston Farrand, 

Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.; George W. McClelland, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelpliia, 

Pa.; Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving, 1923. 
Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States: A. B. Dinwiddle, Tulane University, 

New Orleans, La.; Edwin D. Pusey, Durham, N. C; New Orleans, La,, December 7-S, 1922. 
Association of Colleges for Negro Youth: J. L. Peacock, Shaw University, Raleigh, N. C; J. T, Cater, 

Talladega, Ala.; Washington, D. C, March, 1923. 
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture: Emll Lorch, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Clarence A. Martin 

Ithaca, N. Y,; 
Association of Collegiate Schools of Bu.siness: William R. Gray, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H.; 

Morton A. Aldrich, Tulane University, New Orleans, La.; Cincinnati, Ohio, May 3-5, 1923. 
Association of Directors of Physical Education for W'omen: Katherine Sibley, Syracuse University, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y.: Alice H. Belding, Randolph-Macon College, Lynchburg, Va.; Wellesley College, Wellesley, 

Mass., AprU, 1923. 
Association of History Teachers of the Middle States and Maryland. 
Association of Institutions giving Normal Instruction in Physical Education: C. Ward Crampton, 29 East 

Eighty-third Street, New York, N. Y. 
Association of Land Grant Colleges: Howard Edwards, Rhode Island State College, Kingston, R. I.; J. L, 

Hills, Burlington, Vt,; Chicago, 111., November 13-15, 1923. 
Association of Military Colleges and Schools: C, W. Newhall, Faribault, Minn,; Sandy Beaver, Gainesville, 

Ga.; Washington, D. C, March, 1923. 
Association of Modem Language Teachers of the Central W' est and South: D. F. Camahan, Urbana, 111.; 

C. H. Handschin, Oxford, Ohio; Chicago, 111., May 11-12, 1923. 



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Association of Modern Language Teachers of the Middle States and Maryland: Douglas L. Buffum, Prince- 
ton University, Princeton, N. J.; Henry Urattan Doyle, George Washington University, Washington, 

D. C; Bethlehem, Pa., or New York, N. Y., December 1, 1923. 
Assiwiation of Presidents and Past Presidents of State and National .Music Teachers' Association: H. L. 

Butler, Lawrence, Kans., Walter Spry, 509 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 111.; Cliicago, HI., June 

26-27, 1923. 
Association of Schools, Colleges, and Seminaries of the Reformed Church: Henry H. Apple, Lancaster, 

Pa.; George L. Cm wake. College ville. Pa. 
Association of Teachers of Mathematics in New England: Walter F. Downey, English High School, 

Boston, Mass.; Harry D. Gaj'lord, 448 Audubon Road, Bo.ston, Mass.; Boston, Mass., December 9, 1922. 
Association of Teachers of Mathematics in the Middle States and Maryland: Charles V. Walsh, Woodmere 

Academy, W'oodmere, N. Y.; John C. Bechiel, Germautown High School, Philadelphia, Pa.; Wil- 
mington, Del., December 2, 1922. 
Association of Urban Universities: Samuel P. Capen, University of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y.; Frederick B. 

Robinson, CoUege of the City of New York; Buffalo, N. Y., November, 1923. 
Association of Friends' Schools: Mrs. Ida P. Stabler, Hotel Marie Antoinette, New York, N. Y.; Mrs. 

Myrtis Muschamp, Seventeenth and Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.; Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bi-State Educational Club: A. D. ^\■right, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H.; T. E. Bacon, Hanover, 

N. H.; Hanover, N. H., November 4, 1922. 
Catholic Educational Association: Rev. T. J. Shahan, CathoUc University, Washington, D. C; Rev. 

Francis W. Howard, 1651 East Main Street, Cohunbus, Ohio. 
Ceulral Association of Science and Mathematics Teachers: Frank B. Wade, 5241 College Avenue, Indian- 
apolis, Ind.; Glen W. Warner, 7633 Calumet Avenue, Chicago, HI.; Indianapohs, Ind., November 

30 and December 1, 1923. 
Chinese Students' AlUance in the United States of America: Ming-Jing Bau, John Hopkins University, 

Baltimore, Md.; Goeflrey Chu Chen, 220 Franklin Street, Cambridge, Mass.; September 1923. 
Classical Association of New England: Helen M. Searles, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass.; 

M. N. Wetmore, Williams CoUege, Williamstown, Mass.; Mount Holyoke CoUege, South Hadley, 

Mass., March 30-31, 1923. 
Classical Association of the Atlantic States: Bessie R. Burchett, South PhUadelphia School for Girls, 

Philadelphia, Pa.; Charles Knapp, Barnard CoUege, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 
Classical Association of the Middle West and South: Louis E. Lord, Oberlin CoUege, Oberlin, Ohio; 

Rolhu H. Tanner, Denison University, GranvUle, Ohio; Columbia, Mo., 1923. 
Classical Association of the Middle W'est and South, Southern Branch: Josiah B. Game,dorida State, 

CoUege for Women, TaUahassee, Fla.; Edwin L. Green, University of South Carolina, Columbia, S. 

C: Birmingham, Ala., April 12-14, 1923. 
Classical Association of the Pacific States, Northern Section: Louis F. Anderson, 364 Boyer Avenue, 

Walla WaUa, Wash.; Julianne A. RoUer, Franklin High School, Portland, Oreg.; Seattle, Wash., 

December 1-2, 1922. 
College Art Association of America: David M. Robinson, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.; 

John Shapley, Brown University, Providence, R. I.; Boston, Mass., April 12-14, 1923. 
College Conference on English in the Central Atlantic States: Harry Morgan Ayres, Columbia University, 

New York, N. Y.; W. O. Sypherd, Newark, Del.; Wilmington, Del., December 2, 1S22. 
College Entrance Examination Board: Howard McClehanan, Prmceton University, Princeton, N.J.; 

Thomas S. Fiske, 431 West One hundred and seventeenth Street, New York, N. Y.; New York, N. Y. 

November 4, 1922. 
Committee of Fifteen on Educational Preparation for Foreign Service (with advisory councU): Glen 

Levin Swiggett, United States Bureau of Education, Washington, D. C. 
Committee on Commercial Engineering: Glen L. Swiggett, United States Bureau of Education, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Committee on Friendly Relations among Foreign Students: D. Willard Lyon, 347 Madison Avenue, 

New York, N. Y.; Charles D. Hurrey, 347 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y.; New York, N. Y., 1923. 
Conference of Church Workers in Universities: Eev. Howard M. LeSourd, Pittsburgh, Pa.; J. A. G. 

Moore, Ithaca, N. Y. 
Conference of Colleges of the Interior. 
Conference of Superintendents and Principals of Schools for the Deaf in the United States and Canada: 

Isaac B. Gardner, 99 Fort Washington Avenue, New York, N. Y.; Ignatius Bjorlee, Lrederick, Md. 
Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf: Percival HaU, GaUaudet College, Washington, D. C; 

Ignatius Bjorlee, Frederick, Md.; BelleviUe, Ontario, June, 1923. 
Corda Fratres Association of CosmopoUtan Clubs: C. S. SUchter, 157 Bascom Street, Madison, Wis.; 

Harold J. Leonard, 305 Dentistry BuUding, University of Minnesota, MinneapoUs, Minn.; Madison, 

Wis., December 27-29, 1922. 
Council on Management Education. 
Drama League of America: Francis Neilson, 4800 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago, lU.; Harold A. Ehrensperger, 

59 East Van Buren Street, Chicago, lU.; AprU, 1923. 
Eastern Arts Association: Frances H. Bacheler, TalcottviUe, Conn.; Frank E. Mathewson, WiUiam L. 

Dickinson High School, Jersey City, N. J.; Providence, R. I., May 3-5, 1923. 



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Eastern Association of Physics Teachers: Sidney Peterson, Brighton High School, Boston, Mass.; 

lieorge A. Ciishman, Enghsb High School, Boston, Mass.; Cambridge, Mass., November 11, 1922. 
Eastern Commercial Teachers Association: Franklin B. Moore, Rider College, Trenton, N. J.; Frank A. 

Tibbetts, Dickinson High School, Jersey City, N. .!.; Providence, R. I., March '29-31, 1923. 
Eastern Music Supervisors' Conference: James D. I'rice, High School, Hartford, Conii.; Mary G. Nugent, 

Pittsfield, Mass.; Newark, N. J., March 21-24, 1923. 
Educational Aid Society. 
Educational Association of College Presidents of the Methodist Episcopal Church: W. A. Shankliu, 

Wesleyan Tniversity, Middletown, Conn.; R. J. Trevorrow, Hackettstown, N. J. 
Educational Press Association of America: Arthur H. Chamberlain, San Francisco, Calif.; George L. 

Towne, Lincoln, Nebr.; Cle\elaiid, Ohio, February 2(i-28, 1923. 
Farmers' Educational Cooperative Union: C. S. Barrett, Union City, Ga.; A. C. Davis, Route 4, Spring- 
field, Mo.; Omaha, Nebr., November, 1922. 
Federation for American Childhood. 
Federation for Child Study: Mrs. Howard S. Gans, 260 West Seventy-sixth Street, New York, N. Y.; 

Mrs. Jesse W. Ehrich, 383 West End Avenue., New York, N. Y.; November 1, 1922. 
Head Miistcrs' Association: Lewis Perry, Phillips Academy, Exeter, N. H.; N. H. Batchelder, Loomis 

Institute, Windsor, Conn. 
Head Mistress Association of the Middle West: Rose Anderson, Smead School, Toledo, Ohio; Elsie; 

Anderson, Smead School, Toledo, Ohio; Columbus, Ohio, November 3-4, 1922. 
Inland Empire Council of ToH'b.ers of English: Mabel I. Rich, High School, Missoula, Mont.; Irene B. 

Hunt, 1219 West Ninth Avenue, Spokane, Wash.; Spokane, Wash., April 3, 1923. 
Inland Empire Teachers' Association: Enoch A. Bryan, Boise, Idaho; James A. Burke, 2225 Illinois 

Avenue. Spokane, Wash.; Spokane, Wash., Aj^ril 4-G, 1923. 
Intercollegiate Vocational Guidance Association: Catheiine F. Dodd, 2131 Bancroft Place, Washington, 

D.C. 
Lake >fohonk Indian Conference: Secretary, H. C. Phillips, Mohonk Lodge, N. Y. 
Massachusetts Society for the University Education of Women: Mrs. Lyman Smith; Helen Howes, 

Boston University, Boston, Mass. 
Middle West Society of Physical Kducation and Hygiene; W. J. Monilaw, University of Chicago, Chicago, 

111.; Floyd Rowc, State Director of Physical Education, State Department of Education, Lansing, 

Mich.: Chicago, HI., April, 1923. 
Missionary Education Movement of the United States: WiUiam P. Schell, 156 Fifth Avenue, New York, 

N. Y.; Harrj- S. Myers, 276 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.: New York, N. Y., January !6, 1923. 
Mississippi Valley Historical Association: Solon J. Buck, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Minn.; 

Mrs. C. S. Paine, Lincoln, Nebr.; Oklahoma City, Okla., March 29-31, 1923. 
Missouri Valley Commercial Teachers' Association: W. A. Bobbins, Lincoln Business College, Lincoln, 

Nebr.; Louise Loesch, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans.: Kansas City, Mo., December 1-2, 1922. 
Music Super\isors' National Conference: Carl Gehrkins, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio; Alice Jones, 

Northwestern University, Evanston, III.; Cleveland, Ohio, April 9, 1923. 
Music Teachers' National Association: J. La\\Tence Erb, American Institute of Applied Music, New York, 

N. Y.; R. g". McCutcheon, DePauw University, Greencastle, Ind.; New York, N. Y., December 27-29, 

1922. 
National Academy of Visual Instruction: Dudley Grant Hayes, Board of Education Building, Chicago, 

111.; J. V. Ankeney, Coulmbia, Mo.: Cleveland, Ohio, February, 1923. 
National Associated Schools of Scientific Business: W. N. Ferris, Big Rapids, Mich.; B. S. Travis, Big 

Rapids. 
National Association for the Study and Education of Exceptional Children: Samuel D. Levy, Children's 

Court, New York, N. Y.; William Blake Burke, Plainfield, N. J.: New York, N. Y., April, 1923. 
National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools: B. F. Williams, 5139 Cottage Grove Avenue, 

Chicago, 111.: H. K. V. Porter, Jamestown, N. Y.: Chicago, lU., December 26, 1922. 
National Association of Dental Faculties: A. H. Hippie, Creighton University, Omaha, Nebr.; DeLos 

L. Hill, 612 Grant Buil'Iing, Atlanta, (ia.: Cleveland, Ohio, September, 1923. 
National Association of Directors of Educational Research: W. W. Theisen, Board of p;ducation, Mil- 
waukee, Wis.; F. N. Freeman, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; Cleveland, Ohio, February 28-Maich 

1, 1923. 
National -Association of Directors of Supervised Student Teaching: W. P. Burris, University of Cincinnati, 

Cincinnati, Ohio; Robert A. Cummins, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Calif.: Cie.e- 

land, Ohio, February, 1923. 
National Association of High School Supervisors and Inspectors: H. A. Hollister, University of Illinois, 

Urbana, 111.; B. Edmonson, University of Michigan, Aim Arbor, Mich.: Cleveland, Ohio, Februan, 27- 

28, 1923. 
National Association of Public School Business: R. H. Thomas, 822 Division Street, Portland, Oreg.; 

R. S. Scobell, Board of Education, Erie, Pa.; St. Louis, Mo., May 15, 1923. 
National Association of i'ublic School Business Officials. 



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EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. 161 

National Association of Secondary School Principals: Edward Rynearson, Fifth A\'enne High School, 

Pittsburgh, Pa.; H. V. Church, J. Sterling Morton High School, Cicero, 111.; Cleveland, Ohio, Febniary 

2.5-March 1, 1923. 
National Association of State Supervisors and Inspectors of Rural Schools. 
National Association of State Universities in the United States of America: Henry Suzzallo, University 

of Washington, Seattle, Wash.; Frank McVey, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.; Washington, 

D. C, November 13-14, 1922. 
National Association of Teachers' Agencies: Edward W. Fickett, 8 I5cacon Street. Boston, Mass.; C. Wil- 
bur Gary, 36 Pearl Street, Hartford, Conn.; Cleveland, Ohio, Fobitiary 26-March 1, 192:j. 
National Association of Teachers in Colored Schools: John A. Gregg, Wilberforce University, Wilberforce, 

Ohio; R. S. Grossley, State Department of Education, Jackson, Miss.; Tuskegee Institute, Alaliama, 

July 25-27, 1923. 
National Association of Teachers of Speech: H. B. Gough, DePauw University, Greenca-stle, Ind. 
National Association of Visiting Teachers: Sarah M. Holbrook, Vermont University, Burlington, Vt.; 

Harriet E. Totman, Department of Education, Cleveland, Ohio. 
National Child Labor Committee: David F. Houston, 195 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; Owen R. Love- 
joy, 105 East Twenty-second Street, New York, N. Y. 
National Collegiate Athletic Association: Palmer E. Pierce, 26 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; Frank W. 

Nicolson. Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn.; New York, NT. Y., December 28, 1922. 
National Commercial Teachers' Federation: H. E. V. Porter, Jamestown Business College, Jamestown, 

N. Y.; John Alfred White, Emerson High School, Gary, Ind.; Chicago, lU., December 26-29, 1922. 
National Committee for the Teaching of Citizenship: Thomas M. Balliet, New York, N. Y.; Harry H. 

Moore, 3421 Lowell Street, NW., Washington, D. C. 
National Committee on Mathematical Requirements: J. W. Young, Hanover, N. H.; J. A. Foberg. State 

Department of Public Instruction, Harrisburg, Pa. 
National Community Center Association. 

National Conference Committee on Standards of Colleges and Secondary Schools: M. L. Burton, Univer- 
sity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Frank W. Nicolson, Wesleyan University, Middletown, ("onii.; 

New York, N. Y., March, 1923. 
National Conference of Deans of Women: Mary Ross Potter, Northwestern University, Evanston, 111.; 

Florence Kellogg Rott, College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio; Cleveland, Ohio, Feliruary 26-28. 1923. 
National Conference of Music Supervisors: Carl Gehrkins, Obeirlln College, Oberlin, Ohio: Alice Jones, 

Northwestern University, Evanston, 111.; Cleveland, Ohio, week of April 9, 1923. 
National Conference on Educational Method: Margaret Noonan, New York University, New York, 

N. Y.; James F. Hosic, Columbia Ifniversity, New York, N. Y.: Cleveland, Ohio, February 27-2S, 1923. 
National Conference on the Education of Truant, Backward, Dspendent, and Delinquent Children: E. J. 

Henry, 5000 St. Clair Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio; Hobart H. Todd, Industry, N. Y.; Boston, Mass., 

September, 1923. 
National Council for the Social Studies: L. C. Marshall, LTniversity of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; Edgar 

Dawson, Hunter College, New York, N. Y.; Cleveland, February, 1923. 
National Council of Administrative Women in Education: Mary D. Bradford, 2603 Franklin Street, Wil- 
mington, Del.: Edna E. Hood, Administrative Building, Kenosha, Wis. 
National Council of Geography Teachers: R. D. Catkins, State Normal School, Mount Pleasant, Mich.; 

George J. Miller, State Teachers' College, Mankato, Minn.; Ann Arbor, Mich., December 26-27, 1922. 
National Council of Normal School Presidents and Principals: G. E. Ma.x\vell, ."^tate Teachers College 

Winona, Minn.: H. C. Minnich, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. 
National Council of Primary Education: Ella Victoria Dobbs, 100 Geology Building, Cohmibia, Mo.; Lucy 

Gage, Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn.; Cleveland, Ohio, February 27, 1923, 
National Council of Teachers in Day Schools for the Deaf: Pauline B. Camp, State Department of Public 

Instruction; Mrs. Betty B. Spencer, Day School for the Deaf, Milwaukee, Wis. 
NationalCouncilof Teachers of English: J. N. Searson, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr.; W. Wilbur 

Hatfield, Chicago Normal College, Chicago, HI.; Detroit, Mich., Thanksgiving, 1923. 
National Education Associal ion: William B. Owen, Chicago Normal College, Chicago, 111.; J. W. Crab- 
tree, 1201 .Sixteenth Street, N. W., Washington, D. C; Oakland, San Francisco, CaUf., first week in July, 

1923. 
National Education Association, Department of Superintendence: John H. Beveridge, Omaha, Nebr.; 

S. D. Shankland, 1201 Sixteenth Street, N. W., Washington, D. C; Cleveland, Ohio, February 25-Marf h 

3, 1923. 
National Education Association, National Council of Education: J. M. Gwinn, Superintendent of 

Schools, New Orleans, La.; Adelaide S. Baylor, 200 New Jersey Avenue, N. W., Washington, D. C; 

Cleveland, Ohio, February 2.5-March 3, 1923. 
National Federation of College Women: Secretary, Mrs. Flora Warren Seymour, 4917 Blackstone Avenue, 

Chicago, 111. 
National Federation of Modern Language Teachers: S. W. Cutting, LTniversity of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; 

C. Handschin, Oxford, Ohio; meets with the National Education Association. 
National Federation of State Education Associations: Charles S. Foos, Reading, Pa.; Charles F. Pye, Des 

Moin«s, Iowa; meets with the National Education Association. 



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National Kindergarten Association: Major Bradley Martin, 8 West Fortieth Street, New York, N. Y.; 

Bessie Locke, 8 West Fortieth Street, Kew York, N. Y.; New York, N. Y., November, 1922. 
National League of Compulsory Education Officials: Arthur F. I^ederle, 121 Gratiot Avenue, Detroit, 

^Mich.; George E. Whitman, Cleveland, Oliio; Spriugtield, Mass., October 16-19, 1923. 
National League of Nursing Education: Laura R. Logan, University of Cincinnati School of Nursing and 

Health, Cinciimnti, Ohio; Martha M. Russell, 317 West Forty-flfth Street, New York, N. Y.; New York, 

N. Y., January 16-19, 192;^. 
National League of Teachers' Associations: Mrs. Emma L. Dacre, 45 Henry Street, San Francisco, Calif.; 

Joyce E. Lobner, 3915 Greenwood Avenue, Oakland, Cahf.; San Francisco, Calif., July, 1923. 
National League of Teacher-mothers: Ella Frances Lynch, Bryn Mawr, Fa.; Mrs. Martha G. Harman, 

Bryn Mawr, Pa. 
National Motion Picture League: Adele F. Woodard, Sleepy Hollow Club, Scarboro, N. Y.; Clara E. 

Landiu, 110 West Seventy-seventh Street, New York, N. Y.; New York, N. Y. , November or Decem- 
ber, 1923. 
National Personnel Association: W. W. Kincaid, Niagara Falls, N. Y.; W. J. Donald, 20 Vesey Street, 

New York, N. Y.; Pittsburgh, l^s., November 8-10, 1922. 
National Research Council, Division of Education Relations: Vernon KeUogg, National Research Council, 

Washington, D. C; Albert L. Barrows,, National Research Council, Washington, D. C. 
National Roiuid Table for Speech Improvement: Frederick Martin, Ithaca, N. Y.; Paul AVinslow, 616 

Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y.; New York, N. Y., 903 Lexington Avenue, January, 1923. 
National Society for Broader Education: Guy ("arleton Lee, Carlisle, Pa.; W. E. Anderson, Carlisle, Pa.; 

New York, N. Y., last week in January, 1924. 
National Society for the Study and Correction of Speech Disorders: Walter B. Swift, 110 Bay State Road, 

Boston, Mass.; R. M. Franklin, 110 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass.; meets with National Education 

Association. 
National Society for the Study of Education: Ernest Horn, University of Iowa, Iowa City, lo.%a; Guy 

M. WMpple, University of Michigan, Ann Ar!)or, Mich.; Cleveland, Ohio, February 24, 1922. 
National Society for Vocational L^ducation: Charles A. Prosser, Dunwood'y Industrial Institute, Minne- 
apolis, ^linn.; Clotilde Ware, 140 West Forty-second Street, New York, N. Y. 
National Society of College Teachers of Education: John W. Withers, New York University, New York, 

N. Y.; Arthur J. Jones, School of Education, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.; Cleveland, 

Ohio, February 26-28, 1923. 
National Speech Arts Association: Charles M. Holt, Minneapolis, Minn. 
National Story Tellers League: Mary E. Hargreaves, 637 Hinman Avenue, Evanston, lU.; Mrs. Edward 

F. Leonard, 3512 Bosworth Avenue, Chicago, lU.; October, 1924. 
The National Student Forum: Charles Denbt, jr.; George D. Pratt, jr., 2929 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 
National University Extension Association: Charles G. Maphis, (Charlottesville, Va.; James A. Moyer, 

State Department of Education, Statehouse, Boston, Mass.; St. Louis, Mo., April, 1923. 
National Vocational Guidance Association: Harry D. Kitson, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind.; 

John M. Brewer, 1 Laurence Hall, Cambridge 38, Mass. 
New England Association of Chemistry Teachers: S. Walter Hoyt, Boston, Mass.; Mechanic Arts High 

School, Boston, Mass.; Alfred R. Lincoln, Technical High School, Springfield, Mass.; Hartford, Conn., 

December 9, 1922. 
New England Association of College Teachers of Education: Frank E. Howard, Middlebury, Vt.; Douglas 

Waples, Tufts College (57), Mass.: Boston, Mass., December 7, 1922. 
New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools: George D. Olds, Amherst College, Amherst, 

Mass.; Walter BaUou Jacobs, Brown University, Providence, R. I.; Boston, Mass., December 8-9, 1922. 
New England Association of School Libraries: Mrs. Elizabeth Furst, Parhn Memorial Library, Everett 

Mass.; Gladys Bigelow, Newton Technical High School, '"'ewtonville, Mass. 
New England Association of School Superintendents: IIar\-ey S. Gruver, Worcester, Mass.; S. Howard 

Chace, Beverly, Mass.; Boston, November, 1923. 
New England Association of Teachers of English: K. G. T. Webster, Harvard University, Cambridge, 

Mass.; A. Bertram dcMille, Winthrop Highlands, Mass.; Springfield, Mass., Saturday, December 9, 

1922. 
New England College Entrance Certificate Board: W. M. Warren, Boston University, Boston Mass.; 

Frank W. Nicolson, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn.; Boston, Mass., April, 1923. 
New England High School Commercial Teachers' Association: Atlec L. Percy, Boston University, Boston, 

Mass.; W. O. Holden, 46 Gooding Street, Paw tucket, R. I.; Salem, Mass., November 18, 1922. 
New England History Teachers' Association: Charles Lingley, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H.; 

Horace Kidger, Technical High School, NewtonvUle, Mass.; Simmons College, Boston, Mass., November 

4, 1922. 
New England Home Economics Association: Antoinette Roof, Simmons College, Boston, Mass.; Mrs. 

Mary SterUng Whilcomb, 4 Auburn Courts, Brookline, Mass.; Boston, Mass., November 11, 1922. 
New England Modern Language Association: Maro S. Brooks, Medford, Mass.; Marjorie L. Henry, 206 

Middlese.x Road, BrookUne, Mass.; Boston, Mass., May 12, 192;}. 
New England Penmanship Association: E. H. Fisher, 18 Lee Street, Somerville, Mass.; Annie C. Wood- 
ward, 2 Madison Street, Somerville, Mass.; Boston, Mass., January 27, 1923. 



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New England Vocational Guidance Association: Frederick J. Allen, Vocation Bureau, Harvard Univer- 
sity, Cambridge, Mass.; Laura F. Wentwcwth, 35 Williams Street, Brookllne, Mass.; Boston, Mass., Oc- 
tober 26, 1923. 
North Central Asso;iation of Colleges and Secondary Schools: Milo H. Stuart, Technical High School, 

Indianapolis, Ind.; Harry Morehouse Gage, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Chicago, 111., March 15- 

17, 1923. 
North Central Council of State Normal School Presidents: J. G. Crabbe; H. C. Minnich, Oxford, Ohio. 
Northern Baptist Education Society: Rev. Austen K. deBlois, Kirst Baptist Church, Boston, Mass.; 

Rev. Robert Lee Webb, Ford Building, Boston, Mass.; Lynn Mass., October 30, 1922. 
Northwest Association of Secondary and Higher Schools: Hopkin Jenkins, Portland, Oreg.; Philip Soulen, 

Moscow, Idaho; Spokane, Wash., April 5-6, 1923. 
Northwestern Association of History, Government and Economics Teachers. 
Playground and Recreation Assodation of America: Joseph Lee, Room 710, 101 Tremont Street, Boston, 

Mass.; Ho-.vard S. Braiicher, 31-5 Fourth Avenue, New York, N. Y. 
Presbyterian Educational Association of the South: Henry H. Sweets, 410 Urban Building, Louisville, 

Ky.; D. S. Gage, 410 Urban Building, Louisville, Ky.; Montrcat, N. C, July, 1923. 
Progressive Education Association: Eugene R. Smith, 62 Buckminster Road, Brookline, Mass.; Mrs. 

Gertrude S. Ayres, 425 Fifth Street, Washington, D. C; Cliicago, 111., April 13-14, 1923. 
Religious Education Association: Theodore G. Soares, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; Henry F. 

Cope, 1440 East Fifty-seventh Street, Chicago, 111.; Cleveland, Ohio, April ll-U, 192:5. 
Self-Govemment (Inc.): Richard Welling, 2 Wall Street, New York, N. Y.; W. V. Trevoy, 90 Broadway, 

New York, N. Y. 
Societe Nationale de Professeurs Francais: Lewis C. Syms, Hi East Eighty-seventh Street, New York, 

N. Y.; J. B. Zacharie, 9 Mitchell Place, New York, N. Y.: New Yorlr, N. Y., December K^, 1922. 
Society for the PromoMon of Engineering Education: C. F. Scott, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.; 

r. h. Bishop, University of I^ittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.: Ithaca, N. Y., June, 1923. 
Society for Visual Education: H. L. Clarke (acting), 806 West Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111.; F. R. 

Moulton, 806 West Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 
Bocifty of Directors of Phy iical Education in Colleges: Edgar Fauver, Wesleyan University, Middletown, 

Conn.; T. Nelson Metoalf , University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.; New York, N. Y., December 

27, 1922. 
Society of Progressive Oral Advocates: Max A. Goldstein, 3858 Westminster Place, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. 

Mary Knight, 818 South Kingshighway, St. Louis, Mo.; St. Louis, Mo., June 15-17, 1923. 
Society of Directors of Physical Education in Colleges: Edgar Fauver, Wesleyan University, Middletown, 

Cona.; T. Nelson Metcalf, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.; New York, N. Y., December 

27, 1922. 
Southern Baptist Education Association: W. I>. Poteat, Wake Forest, N. C; Albert R. Bond, 1214 Jeffer- 
son County Bank, Birmingham, Ala.; Birmingham, Ala., January 24, 1923. 
Southern Commission of Accredited Schools: C. A. Ives, State Capitol, Baton Rouge, La.; A. B.flill, 

State Capitol, Little Rock, Ark.; New Orleans, La., December 5-^^ 1922. 
Southern Commission on Higher Institutions: Bert E. Young, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind.; 

H. D. Campbell, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va.; New Orleans, La., December 5-6, 

1922. 
Southern Education Society: J. P. McCoimell, East Radford, Va.; A. P. Bourland, Winthrop College, 

Rock Bill, S.C. 
Southern Home Economics Association: Sarah Gilman, Box 1092, Columbia, S. C; Mrs. Lillian Swygcrt, 

Chicora College, Columbia. S. C: Columbia, S. C, March, 1923. 
Southern Industrial Education Association: Secretary, Mrs. A. S. Stone, 1228 Connecticut Avenue, Wash- 
ington, D. C: Washington, D. C, November. 27. 1922. 
Southern Women's Educational Alliance: Orie Latham Hatcher, Hotel Richmond, Richmond, \'a.; 

Rachel E. Gregg, Hotel Richmond, Richmond, Va.: New York, N. Y.; November 15, 1922. 
United States Bureau of Education, Committee on Highway and Highway Transport Education: John 

J. Tigert, United States Bureau of Education, Washingtcm, D. C; Walton C. John; Willard Building, 

Washington, D. C. 
University Commission on Southern Race Questions: Josiah Morse, Columbia, S. C; W. W. Hunley, 

Lexington, Va. 
Visual Instruction Association of Am;T!ca: Ernest L. Crandall, 157 East Sixty-seventh Street, New York, 

N. Y.; Rowland Rogers, 71 West Twenty-third Street, New York, N. Y.; .January 3, 1923. 
Vocational Education Association of the Middle West: William Bachrach, 460 South State Street, Chicago, 

111.: I-. W. Wahlstrora, 1711 Estes Avenue, Chicago, 111.; Detroit, Mich., November 29-30, Decemher 

1-2, 1922. 
Western Arts Association: M. Estelle Hayden, Des Moines, Iowa: L. R. Abbott, Grand Rapids, Mich.; 

St. Louis, Mo., first week in May, 1923. 
Women's Educational and Industrial Union: Secrotray, Elizabeth W. Schermerhom, 264 Boylston Street, 

Boston, Mass.; Boston, Mass., November U, 1922. 



164 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

Women's Intercollegiate Association for Student Goveroment: Elizabeth Burnett, Randolph-Afacon 
College, Lynchburg, Va.; Margaret Levering, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa.; Lynchburg, Va., 
November 23-25, 1922. 

Y. M. C. A. Educational Secretaries Association: B. D. Edwards, Detroit Institute of Technology, De- 
troit, Mich.; L. G. Nichols, Oregon Institute of Technology, Portland, Oreg., June, 1923. 

2. StaU 
Alabama: 

Alabama Education Association: J. Alex Moore, Jasper; H. G. Dowling, Cullman; Birmingham, 

April 5-7, 1923. 
Alabama Sunday School Association: James L. Thomas, Tuscaloosa; Tom Elliy, Montgomery; 

Birmingham, Apnl 17-19, 1923. 
Association of Alabama Colleges: Robert Taylor, Auburn: James G. Doster, University. 
Association of Teachers of English of Alabama: J. R. Rutland, Auburn; Mrs. C. M. Howard, 631 

Dallas Avenue, Selma; March 30, 1923. 
.\laska: 

Alaska Ekiucation Association: 0. C. Mitchell, Douglas; VC. L. Gross, Wrangell. 
Arizona: 

Arizona State Teachers' Association: A. O. Neal, University of Arizona, Tucson; A. L. Jones, 122 

West Wa^hLogton Street, Phoenix; November 27-29, 1922. 
Arkansas: 

Arkansas State Teachers' Association: C. 0. Denney, Conway; Irene Jones, Leslie; Little Rock, 

November 9-11, 1923. 
California: 

California Council of Education: Mark Keppel, Hall of Records, Los Angeles; Arthur H. Chamberlain, 

Pholan Building, San Francisco; April 14, 1923. 
California Federation of School Women's Clubs: Florence Stah], 125 South Sixteenth Street, San Jose; 

Louise F. Bray, 1363 Filbert Street, San Francisco; Oakland, spring, 1923. 
California High School Teachers' Association: Horace M. Rebok, Superintendent of Schools, Santa 

Monica; Arthur H. Oamberdain, 933 Phelan Building, San Francisco; Oakland-Berkeley, June 

28- July 6, 1923. 
California Mu.'^ic Teachers' Association: Z. Earl Meeker, 1500 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles; 

Ann Thompson, 1500 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles. 
California State Association of Teachers in English: Emma J. Buck, 3003 Sununitt Street, Oakland; 

Robert E. Brownlee, L'niversity High School; Berkeley, April 21, 1923. 
California Teachers' Association, Bay Section: Secretary, F. H. Boren, University High School, 

Oakland. 
California Teachers' Association, Central Coast Section: Robert J. Teall, jr., Madera; Miss M. L. 

Richmond, Handford, Tulare County; Fresno, November 27-29, 1922. 
Cahfomia Teachers' Association, Northern Section: L. P. Farris, Marysville; Mrs. Minnie R. O'Neil, 

City Hall, Sacramento; Sacramento, October, 1923. 
California Teachers' Association, Southern Section: George C. Bush, South Pasadena; F. L. Thurs- 
ton, 1121 Loew's State Building, Los Angeles; Los Angeles, December 21-22, 1922. 
Central California Teachers' Association: Robert J. Teall, jr., Madera; Miss M. L. Richmond, Hanford, 

Tulare County; Fresno, November 27-20, 1922. 
Colorado: 

Colorado Education Association: Emily Griffith, 1524 Filmore Street, Denver; H. B. Smith, 532 

Commonwealth Building, Denver; Grand Junction, October 16-19, Pueblo-Denver, October 18-20, 

1923. 
Connecticut: 

Connecticut Arts Association: Joseph Wiseltier, New Britain; Vera Stevens, New Britain; February, 

1923. 
Connecticut Home Economics Association: Dorothy S. Buckley, 308 Church Street, Hartford: Annie 

Clark, Beacon Falls; Hartford, February 10, 1923. 
Connecticut State Teachers' Association: Edward J. Graham, Nonvich; Samuel P. Willard Col- 
chester; Hartford, Febraary 9-10, 1923. 
Di -trict of Columbia: 
- Administrative Women In Education of the District of Columbia: Vice President, Adelaide Davis, 

Seward Apartment, Washington; Mary A. Dilger, 1211 EucUd Street, NW., Washington. 
Federal Schoolmen's Club: Paul Bartsch, Its') Belmont Street, NW., Washington; Alvin W. Miller, 

1323 Randolph Street, Washington. 
High School Teachers' Association of the District of Columbia: Miss N. J. Mc Knight, 3037 Dumbr.rion 

Avenue, NW., Washington; Miss E. S. Dessez, 3815 Jenifer Street, NW., Washington; Washing on, 

D. C, November 8, 1922. 
Principals' Association of the Graded White Schools: S. R. C. Raighill, .3062 Second Street, NW., 

Washington: Mary A. Dilger, 1211 Euclid Street, NW., Washington; Washington, October 31, liv22. 
The School Club of Washington: Robert N. Mattingly, Armstrong Manual Training School, Wa.shing- 

ton; Edwin B. Henderson, R. F. D. 13, Falls Church, Va.; Washington, D. C. 



EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. 165 

Florida; 

Florida Educational Association: C. R. M. Sheppard, Deland; R. T^. Turner, Inverness; Pt. Petersburg, 

December 27-29, 1922. 
Florida High Schoof Principals: R M. Sealey, Tallahassee; W. D. Wilson, Fort Myers. 
Georgia: 

Georgia County School Officials Association: State Superintendent of Schools, Atlanta; M. L. Duggan, 

State Department of Education, Atlanta. 
Georgia Educational Association: H. D. Knowles, Quitman; G. G. Singleton, Cordele; Atlanta, April 

18-20, 1923. 
Georgia State High School Teachers' Association: J. S. Stewart, Athens; J. H. Purks, Madison; Athens, 

June, 1923. 
Georgia State Teachers' Association: J. W. Holly, Albany; William .Tames, Slatesboro; Atlanta, May 

6-9, 1923. 
Idaho: 

Idaho State Teachers' Association: Mrs. Caroline W. Flood, Bonners Ferry; Alice Beach, Montpelier; 

Boise, November 30-December 2, 1922. 
IlUnois: 

Federation of Illinois Colleges: E. E . Rail, Northwestern College, Naperville; W. A. Maddox, Rock- 
ford CoUege, Rockford; Illinois Woman's College, JacksonviUe, February 19-20, 1923. 
High School Conference, University of Illinois: H. A. HoUister, University of Illinois, Urbana; Uni- 
versity of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, November 23-25, 1922. 
Illinois Association of Teachers of English: Clara Hawkes, Cicero, E. C. Baldwin, Urbana; Urbana, 

November 19. 1922. 
Illinois City Superintendents' Association: E. C. Fisher, Rock Island; H. B. Fisher, Streator; Decatur, 

October or November, 1923. 
Illinois State Association of Elementary School Supervisors: Pearl Tiley, Belleville; Mabel W. Shaw, 

208 Buell Avenue, Joliet; Cicero, April 27-28, 1923. 
Illinois State School Board Association: J. J. Kleb, Cairo; Mrs. G. A. Stover, 648 South Taylor Avenue, 

Oak Park; Urbana, October 25-26, 1923. 
Illinois State Teachers' Association: J. O. Engleman, Joliet; Robert C. Moore, Carlinville; Springfield, 

December 27-29, 1922. 
Schoolmasters' Club of Illinois: J. O. Engleman, Joliet; Anthony Middleton, 221 Arthur Avenue, 

Peoria; Bloomington, February 2-3, 1923. 
Indiana: 

Indiana Association of Psychology and Education. 

Indiana Association of Teachers of EngUsh: Haven McClure, Frankfort; Ida Fleming, La Fayette; 

Indianapolis, October, 1923. 
Indiana City and Town Superintendents' Association: J. M. Scudder, Himtington; W. C. Goble, 

Sway zee; Indianapolis, February 1-3, 1923. 
Indiana History Teachers' Association: Paul L. Haworth, Butler College, Indianaiiolis; O. S. Flick, 

Arsenal Technical School, Indianapoiis; Indianapohs, April, 1923. 
Indiana Home Economics Association: Mrs. Lawrence Vaunice, Amo; NeUe Flamingham, Purdue 

University, La Fayette; La Fayette, January 11, 1923. 
Indiana Music Teachers' Association. 
Indiana State ICindergarten Association: Mary Sappington, Public Schools, Union City; EUzabeth 

Leeds, 537 Pennsylvania Avenue, Gary; Indianapolis, October 20, 1923. 
Indiana State Teachers' Association: Elsa Huebner, Indianapolis; Chas. O. Williams, Richmond; 

Indianapohs, October 18-20, 1923. 
Indiana University Conference on Educational Measiurements, Secretary, H. G. Childs, Indiana Uni- 
versity, Bloomington; April, 1923. 
Iowa: 

Iowa Association of Mathematics Teachers: Martha Belson, West High School, Des Moines; Maria M. 

Roberts, Iowa State CoUege, Ames; Des Moines, November 1, 1923. 
Iowa Association of Science Teachers: Chas. S. Tracksel, High Schocd, Iowa City; Frances Church, 

East High School, Des Moines; Des Moines, November 1, 1923. 
Iowa Association of Teachers of EngUsh: Margaret Cuiuinings, East High School, Des Moines; H. Y. 

Moffett, 117 East Market Street, Iowa City. 
Iowa Home Economics Association: Mrs. Helen Wagner, Garfield School Building, Des Moines; Cora 

Miller, Iowa State College, Ames; Des Moines, November 2-3, 1922. 
Iowa Society of Social Science Teachers: S. P. Fogdall, 3305 Fl th Street, Des Moines; lola B. Quigley, 

Coronada Apartment, No. 5, Des Moines; Des Moines, November, 1923. 
Iowa State Federation of Teachers' Clubs: Mary A. Lord, East Junior High School, Sioux City; Carrie 

Gilmore, Keokuk; Des Moines, November, 1923. 
Jowa State Teachers Association: 
Kansas: 

Kansas Association of Mathematics Teachers: W. H. Garrett, Baker University, Baldwin; Edna E. 

Austin, No. 6, The Devon, Topeka; Topeka, June 20, 1923. 



166 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

Kansas— Continued. 

Kansas Association of Teachers of English: Pauline B. Sleeth, 214 North B Street, Artansas City; 

Violet Haynes, Emporia; Widiita, October, 19_':l. 
Kansas History Teachers' Association: W. S. Robb, Clay Center; Ralph* R. Price, Manhattan; 

Tojieka, October 18-20, 1923. 
Kansas Modern Language Association: Elizabeth Apel, Wichita; Helen J. McKinney, 417 Parallel 

Street, Atcliison; Wichita, April 1, 1923. 
Kansas State Teachers' Association: E. L. Holton, Manhattan; F. L. Pinet, 923 Kansas Avenue, 

Topeka; Topeka, Wichita, Independence, and Salina, October 18-20, 1923. 
Kentucky: 

Association of Kentucky Colleges and Universities: T. B. Macartny, Transylvania College, Lexington; 

Frank L. Rainey, Centre College, Danville; Lexington, December 16, 1922. 
Kentucky Educational .Vssociation: W. J. Craig, Bowling Green; R. E. Williams, 451S South Parkway, 

Loiiis\-ille; Louisville, April 19-20, 1923. 
Kentucky .Music Teachers' Association: Frederic O. Cowles, 214 West Broadway, Louisville; Helen 

McBndge, 1207 South Eighteenth Street, Louisville; Louisville, .Vpril 20, 1923. 
Louisiana: 

Louisiana State Association of English Teachers. 

Louisiana Teachers' Assoc-i.iiion: W. S. Lafargue, 'Kiibodaiix; Ih J. Alleman, Natchitoches; Baton 

Rouge, November 30-December 2, 19^. 
Maine: 

Maine Teachers' Association: .lohn A. Cone, Brunswick; Adeibert W. Owdon, State House, Augusta, 
Maryland: 

Maryland Council of Teachers of Engl sh. 

Maryland History Teachers' Association. 

.Maryland State Teachers' Association: Norman W. Cameron, Teachers' Training School, Baltimore; 

Hugh W. Caldwell, Elkton; Baltimore, December 1-2, 1922. 
Massachusetts: 

Conference on Rural Education: WilUam B. Aspinwall, State Normal School, Worcester; Horace O. 

Brown, State .N'ormal School, Worca<ler: "Worcester, March 16, 1923. 
Harvard Teachers' Association: William L. W. Field, Milton; Edwin A. Shaw, 83 College Avenue, 

West Somerville. 
High School Masters' Club of Massachusetts: George W. Earle, High School, Hyde Park; Jdbn W. 

Hutchins, High School, .Maiden; Boston, March, I02;j. 
.Massachusetts Public School Janitors Association: John F. Carr, 38 Glenwood Avenue, Cambridge; 

Terrence F. Casey, 163 Howard Street, Lowell; Chelsea, second week of Jtily, 1923. 
Massachusetts Schoolmasters' Club: William B. Snow, Stoneham; Leonard M. Patton, Milton; Bos- 
ton, December, 19'22. 
Massachusetts State Normal School Teachers: Clarence A. Brodeur, State Normal School, Westfield; 

Miss M. Harriet Bishop, 1 Normal Street, Worcester: Bridgewater, September 6, 1923. 
Massachusetts State Superintendents' Association: Edward L. Haynes, Methuen; S. Howard Chace, 

Beverly; Statehouse, Boston, November 9-11, 1922. 
Massachusetts Teachers' Federation: Mary McSkimmon, 20 Clinton Road, Brookline; Ernst Makech- 

nie, 1') .A.shburton Place, Boston; Boston, October 20, 1923. 
Tufts College Teachers' Association: Guy M. Winslow, Lasell Seminary, Auburudale; J. Louis Keegeu, 

Tufts College; Tufts College, November, 1923. 
Michigan: 

Michigan Association of School Superintendents and School Board Members: Otto Haisley, Niles; 

H. C. Daley, 121 Elmhurst Avenue, Highland Park; Ann Arbor, last week in March, 1923. 
.Michigan Schoolmasters' Club: Wm. Prakkcn, Hi>;hland Park; Louis P. Jocelyn, 345 South Division 

Street, Ann Arbor; .\un Arbor, March 2>^30, 1923. 
Michigan State Federation of Teachers' Clubs: Cora M. Rlggs, 25 Rochester Court, Grand Rapids; 

Lucy M. Bettes, 61.t Prince Street, SE., Grand Rapids; Lansing, November 18, 19'22. 
Michigan State Home Economics Association: Winifred Gattemy, Micliigan Agricultural College, 

East Lansing; Louise B. Wilson, Cass Technical High School, Detroit; November 30, 1922. 
Upper Peninsula Educational Association: J. L. Silvernale, Menominee; W. F. Lewis, Marquette. 
Minnesota: 

Minnesota Educational Association: J. C. Brown, St. Cloud State Teachers' College, St. Cloud; CO. 

Schulz, 80S Pioneer Building, St. Paul; Minneapolis, last week in October, 1923. 
Minnesota Educational Association of School Board Members: Victor E. Anderson, Whaton; John 

Palmer. Ortonville; St. Paul, March, 1923. 
Minnesota Music Teachers' Association: R. Buchanan Morton, 1034 Ashland Avenue, St. Paul; Mrs. 

Chas. A. Gwyn,67Ci .Summit Avenue, St. Paul; Minneapolis, June, 1923. 
Minnesota State Normal School Teachers: .\.. T. French, State Teachers' College, Winoua; Miss V. E. 

Atkins, State Teachers, CoUege, St. Cloud. 



EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. 167 

Mississippi: 

Mississippi Classical Association. 

Mississippi Teachers' Association: J. W. Provlne, Clinton; F. M. Coleman, jr., Jackson; Jackson, May 

a-5, 1923. 
Missouri: 

Missouri College Union: C. Harmon, Cameron; T. Berry Smith, Fayette; Cameron, November 14-15, 

1922. 
Missouri Society of Teachers of English. 
Missouri Society of Teachers of History and Government: H. B. Foster, Maryville; J. E. Wrench, 

Columbia; St. Louis, November, 1923. 
Missouri Society of Teachers of Mathematics and Science. 
Missouri State Negro Teachers Association: Clement Richardson, Western Baptist College, Kansas 

City; H. O. Cook, Lincoln High School, Kansas City; Kansas City, November lii-18, 1922. 
Missouri State Teachers' Association. 
Montana: 

Montana State Council of English Teachers. 

Montana State Teachers' Association: James M. Hamilton, Bozeman; D. S. Williams, Glasgow; 

Butte, Great Falls, and Miles City, October 18-20, 1923. 
Nebraska: 

Nebraska History Teachers' Association: R. E. Cochran, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Margaret 

Davis, 1712 E Street, Lincoln; Omaha, May, 1923. 
Nebraska Home Economics Association: Margaret Fedde, Home Economics Department, CoUege of 

Agriculture, Lincoln; Ethel CUne, Omaha Technical High School, Omaha. 
Nebraska Music Teachers Association: Carl E. Tunberg, 1514 Dodge Street, Omaha; Mrs. Gell White 

McMonies, 1610 South Thirty-afth Street, Omaha; Omaha, April, 1923. 
Nebraska Schoolmasters' Club: W. E. Sealock, Teachers' CoUege, University of Nebraska, Lincoln: 

C. L. Culler, 2133 South Twenty-second, South Lincoln; Lincoln, December 8, 1922. 
Nebraska State Teachers' Association: W. H. Morton, Beatrice: E. M. Hosman, Lincoln; Omaha. 
Nebraska Women's Educational Club: Belle M. Ryan, City Hall, Omaha; Mary Crawford, State 

Teachers' College, Kearney; Omaha, February, 1923. 
Nevada: 

Nevada State Educational Association: J. D. Scott, Winnemucca; Karl Mitchell, WLnnemucca; 

October, 1924. 
New Hampshire: 

New Hampshire Society for Vocational Education: John F. Cook, 34 Union Street, Lebanon; Herbert 

C. Wilcox, 229 North Main Street, Concord, October, 1923. 
New Hampshire State Teachers' Association: Frank W. Jackson, Madison; Caroline E. Head, 97 

Liberty Street, Manchester; week of October 20, 1923. 
New Jersey: 

Association of Teachers of English of New Jersey: Margaret Coult, Barringer High School, Newark; 

Mabel A. Tuttle, High School, Linden; Princeton, March 31, 1923. 
Council of Education of the State of New Jersey: Paul R. RadclifEe, Nutley; J. Howard Hulssrt, 

Morristown; Newark, November 3-4, 1922. 
Xew Jersey Physical Extension Association. 
New Jersey Science Teachers' Association: Pauline McDowell, Battin High School, Elizabeth: R. B. 

Whitmoyer, Hgh School, Atlantic City; Newark, 1923. 
New Jersey State Teachers' Association: Preston H. Smith, Bayonne; Mary A. Malon, Bayonne; 

Trenton, December 27-29, 1922. 
Teachers' Association of the State Normal Schools of New Jersey: John J. Hatch, State Normal School, 

Newark; NelUe Brannin, Newark. 
Vocational Arts Association of New Jersey: Arthur F. Hopper, Plainfield; Bertha Snediker, 81 lord 

Avenue, Milltown; Plainfield, April 20-21, 1923. 
New Mexico: 

New Mexico Association for Science. 

New Mexico Educational Association: Mrs. Josie Lockard, Raton: T. W. Conway, Santa Fe; Albu- 
querque, November 27-29, 1922. 
New York: 

New York Associated Academic Principals: Clifford S. Bragdon, New Rochelle; H. Claude Hardy, 

Fairport; Syracuse, December 28-30, 1922. 
New York Association of Agricultural Teachers and Principals: S. R. Lockwood, Haimibal; I. M. 

Charlton, MorrisTille; Ithaca, first week in August, 1923. 
Association of Colleges of the State of New York: Frederick C. Ferry, Hamilton; Augustus S. Down- 
ing, Education Building, Albany; Albany. 
New York State Association of District Superintendents: Wellington C. Mepham, Merrick; Mildred Q. 

Pratt, Lacona; Albany, October 15-19, 1923. 



168 EDUCATIONAL DIKECTORY, 1922-1923. 

New York Continued. 

New York; State Association of English Teachers: Walter P. Mcintosh, High School, White Plains; 

Allan T. Cook, High School, Albany; Albany, Thank.sgiving, 1923. 
New York State Council of City School Superintondonts: William McAndrew, Board of Education, 

Now York City; Earl Ackley, Johnstown; Albany, third week in October, 1923. 
New York State Council of Elementary School Principal.s and Teachers: Daniel B. Miller, Thomas 

Joflorson School, Binghamton, N. Y.; Albany, N. Y., November, 1923. 
New York State History Teachers' Association. 
New York State Home Economics Association: Crace Gillett, State College for Teachers, Albany 

Edith A. Parver, 108 Union Street, Schenectady; Syracu.se, November 27-29, 1922. 
New York Stai^- Hygiene and Physical Edhcation Association: Carl 11. Burkhardt, Board of Educa- 
tion, Buffalo; Marjorie Duim, City Hall, Albany; Syracuse, November 27-29, 1922. 
New York State Modem Language Association: Charles Holzworth, West High School, Rochester; 

Ferdinand F. DiBartolo, Hutchinson High School, Buffalo; Syracuse, November 28-29, 1922. 
New York State Science Teachers' A.ssociation: E. F. Conway, Central High School, Syracuse; 

George W. Fowler, 912 Lancaster Avenue, Syracuse; Syracuse, November 28, 1922. 
New York State Teachers' Association: John A. DcCamp, Utica, Richard A. Searing, 617 North 

Goodman Street, Rochester; Syracuse, November 27-29, 1923. 
North Carolina: 

North Carolina Association of City Superintendents: E. J. Coltrane, Roanoke Rapids; Hoy Taylor, 

P'ranklington: Raleigh, November 29-Dccember 1, 1922. 
North CaroUna Association of Geography Teachers: John J. Blair, Raleigh; Collier Cobb, Chapel Hill; 

Chapel Hill, July 22, 192:3. 
N orth Carolina Association of Teachers of Mathematics: Fannie S. Mitchell, 115 West Bessemer Avenue, 

Greenboro; Juanita Puett, Laurinburg; Chapel Hill, February 16-17, 1923. 
North Carolina Council of English Teachers: C. A. Hibbard, Chapel Hill; Meta Eppler, Diuham 

High School, Dmham; Greensboro, March 5, 1923. 
North Carolina Educational Association. 
North Carolina Sunday School Association: J. B. Ivey, Charlotte; D. W. Sims, 304 Masonic Temple, 

Raleigh. 
North Carolina Teachers' Assembly: C. E. Brewer, Raleigh; Jule B. Warren, Raleigh; Raleigh, 

November 29-December 1, 1922. 
North Dakota: 

North Dakota Council of Geography Teachers: Elsie R. Hinchley, Park River; Huldah L. Winsted, 

State Normal School, Minot; Fargo, November 23, 1922. 
North Dakota Education Association. 
Ohio: 

Conference of Ohio Presidents and Deans: E. S. Parsons, Marietta College, Marietta; Mrs. Clara T. 

Brumback, Denison University, Granville; Columbus, March, 29, 1923. 
Ohio .\ssociation of English Teachers: E. C. Thomas, Woodward High School, Cincinnati; Z lla 

Foster, High School, Lima; Columbus, December 28, 1922. 
Ohio College Association: W. W. Boyd, Western College, Oxford; A. R. Mead, Ohio Wesieyan 

University, Delaware; Columbus, April, 1923. 
Ohio History Teachers' A.ssociation. 
Ohio Home Economics Association: Mrs. Blanche B. Bowers, 32 West Lake-siew Avenue, Columbus; 

Clara M. Bancroft, 55 Linwood Avenue, Columbus; Columbus, December 27, 1922. 
Ohio Industrial Art Teachers' Association. 
Oliio League of Teachers' Organization. 
Oliio Society of College Teachers of Education: George F. Arps, Ohio State University, Columbus; 

E. I. F. Williams, Tiflin; Columbus, March 30, 1923. 
Ohio State Teachers' Assooiation: W. H. Kirk, Shaw High School, East Cleveland; F. E. Reynold, 

3610 Lydian Avenue, West Park; Columbus, December 27-29, 1922. 
Oklahoma: 

Oklahoma Council of Teachers of Education. 

Oklahoma Education Association: J. N. Hanulton, Ponca City; M. A. Nash, Statehouse, Oklahoma 

City; Oklahoma City, February S-10, 1923. 
Oklahoma History Teachers' Association. 
Oregon: 

Oregon Council of Teachers of English: Secretary, Edwin T. Read, Corvallis; Portland, December 

29-30, 1922. 
Oregon State Teachers' Association: C. A. Howard, City Public Schools, Marshfleld; E. D. Ressler, 

Oregon Agricultural College, CorvaUis; Portland, December 26-30, 1922. 
Pennsyhania: 

Association of School Board Secretaries of Pennsylvania: Wm. J. Byrnes, jr., Ardmore; T. P. Wenner, 

AUentown; Harrisburg, February 7, 1923. 
Pennsylvania Association of Deans and Advisers of Women: Thyrsa W. Amos, University of Pitts- 
burgh, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Ella Brown, Flast Stroudsburg; Harrisburg, November 3-4, 1922. 



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EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. 169 

Pennsylvania — Continued. 

Pennsylvania State Education Association: H. W. Dodd, AUentown; .Tames Herbert Kelley, 10 South 

Market Square, Harrisburg; Bethlehem, December 27-29, 1922. 
Pennsylvania State Modem Language Association: Irving L. Foster, State College, State College; 

Whitford H. Shelton, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh; Bethlehem, December 27-29, 1922. 
Pennsylvania State School Directors' Association: John Bulterworth, Cliester; D. D. Ilammelbaugh, 

Harrisburg; Harrisburg, February 7-8, 1923. 
PubUc Education and Child Labor Association of Pennsylvania: Franklin N. Brewer, Wanamaker's, 

Philadelphia; B. M. Vf atson, 1720 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia; Philadelphia, March or April, 1923. 
Schoolmen's Week (University of Pennsylvania): Harlan Updegraff, Universily of Pennsylvania, 

Philadelphia; Le Roy A. King, UniYert ly of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, April 12-14, 1923. 
Rhode Island: 

Rhode Island Institute of Instruction. 
South CaroUna: 

Association of Colleges of South Carohna. 

South Carolina Home Economics Association: Sarah Oilman, P. O. Box 1092, Columbia; Lillian 

Swygert, Chora College, Columbia; Coliunbia, March, 1923. 
South Carolina School Improvement Association: Mrs. W. C. Brown, jr., Newberry; Mattie E. Thomas, 

State Department of Education, Coltmibia; Coliunbia, March or April, 1923. 
South CaroUna State Colored Teachers' Association 
South Carolina State Teachers' Association: A. M. DuPre, Spartanburg; R. C. Burts, Rock Hill; 

Columbia, March S-10, 1923. 
Sooth Dakota: 

South Dakota Commercial Teachers' Association. 

South Dakota Education Association: R. E. Rawlins, Pierre; A. H. Se\Tnour, Aberdeen; Watertown, 

November, 1923. 
Tennessee: 

Physical Education Society of Tennessee: John R. Bender, Knoxville; Mrs. Emma Sisson, Ward- 

Bebnont, Nashville; Nashville, April, 1923. 
Tennessee College Association: S. T. Wilson, Maryville College, Maryville; Thomas Alexander, Pea- 
body College, Nashville; Nashville. 
Tennessee State Public School Officers' Association. 
Tennessee State Teachers' Association 
Texas: 

Home Economics Association of Texas: Joan Hamilton, Denton; Houston, November 30-December 

1-2, 1922. 
Texas State Teachers' Association: M. H. Moore, Fort Worth; R. T. Ellis, 312 Anderson Building, 

Fort Worth; Houston, November 30-December 2, 1922. 
Texas State Teachers' Association (colored). 
Utah: 

Utah Educational Association: L. John Nuttall, Brigham Young University, Provo; 3. M. Adamson, 

University of Utah, Salt Lake City; Salt Lake City, third week in October, 1923. 
T'tah Home Economics Association: Johamie Moen, Logan; Salt Lake City, October, 1923. 
Vermont: 

Schoolmasters' Club of the State of Vermont: E. A. Hamilton, Newport; S. C. Harding, Concord; 

Burlington, March, 1923. 
Vermont State Teachers' Association: D. W. McClelland, Bennington; Miss A. B. Chandler, St. Albans. 
Vermont Women Teachers' Club: Mary B. Buckham, Manchester; Marguerite Norton, 182 Pearl 

Street, Burlington. 
Virginia: 

Association of Virginia Colleges: D. R. Anderson, Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg; 

A. W. McWhorter, Hampden-Sidney College, Hampdeu-Sidney; Richmond, February 23-24, 1923. 
Cooperative Education Association of Vu-ginia: Mrs. B. B. Munford, 503 East Grace, Richmond; Geo. 

W. Guy, Box 1667, Richmond; Richmond, November 29-December 2, 1922. 
Public School Trustees Association of Virginia. 
Rural Life Conference (University of Virginia): Wilson Gee, Columbia; Florence Stubbs, Farm\'Tlle; 

University, July, 1923. 
Virginia English Teachers' Association: A. A. Kern, Randolph-Macon College, Ljmchburg; Mary W. 

Moniague, John Marshall High School, Richmond; Richmond, December 1, 1922. 
Virginia Society for the Study of Education: John Preston McConneU, East Radford; Robert T. Kerlin, 

.516 South Walnut Street, West Chester, Pa. 
Virginia State Kindergarten Primary Teachers' Association: Pauline B. Williamson, State Board 

of Education, Richmond; Richmond, November 30-December 1, 1922. 
Virginia State Teachers' Association: Lulu D. Metz, Manassas; C. J. Heatwole, Lyric Building 

Richmond. 



170 EDUCATIONAL DLKECTDRY, 1922-1923. 

Washinston: 

Piiget Sound English Masters' Club. 

Piis^et Sound Schoolmasters' Club: O. B. Sperlin, Rolling Bay; Frank Farrar, 6725 Twenty-fourth 

Avenue, NW., Seattle; Tacoma, about December 1, 1922. 
Washington Education Association. 
West \irginia: 

AVest \'irginia Council of Teachers of l-^ngllsh. 

West Virginia !>iucation Association: Bess Anderson, Parkersburg, W. W. Frent, Elklns; Wheeling, 

Thanksgiving, 1923. 
Wisconsin; 

Vo.ational School Teachers' Association: T. S. Rees, Director of Vocational Education, Racine; 

John B. Coleman, Director of Vocational Education, La Crosse; Milwaukee, November 8, 1922. 
Wisconsin Agricultural Education Association. 
Wisconsin .Vssociation for ICducational Research. 
Wisconsin Association of Mathematics Teachers 
Wisconsin Association of .\ioJern Foreign Language Teachers. 
Wisconsin Association of Vocational School Directors: T. S. Keed, Director of Vocational Education, 

Racine; J. B. Coleman, Director Vocational Education, La Crosse: .Milwaukee, Noveral)er 8, 1922. 
Wisconsin History Teachers' Association: A. 11 . Sanford, Normal School, La Crosse; W. H. Hathaway, 

Riverside High School, Milwaukee; Milwaukee, Novcml)er, 192.J. 
Wisconsin Nfusic Teachers' Association: Edgar B. Gordon, Madison; W. J. L. Meyer, 135 Twenty- 
sixth Street, .Milwaukee: Oshkosh, May 8-10, 1923. 
Wisconsin Physical Education Association. 
Wisconsin Teachers' Association: Thos. W. Boyce, Cass Street School, Milwaukee; M. A. Bussewitz, 

Normal School, Milwaukee; Milwaukee, November 9-11, 1022. 
Wyoming: 

Wyoming State Teachers' Association. 

3. City. 

Association of Women Principals of Public Schools of New York City 

Boston Principals' Association: Joseph B. Egan, 96 Wellington Hill Street., Mattapan; Rose A. Carrlgan, 

53 Sydney Street, Dorchester; Boston, November 1, 1922. 
Boston Teachers' Club: Annie G. ScoUard, 11 Bowditch Street, East Braintree; Myrtle C. Dickson, 20 

Whiting Street, Roxbury: November 9, 1922. 
Brooklyn Teachers' Association: Frank J. Arnold, 622 Mansfield Place, BrookljTi; Emma E. Germann, 

346 Ovington Avenue, Brooklyn; BrookljTi, November 6, 1922. 
Chicago Principals' Club: Rose A. I'esta, 1548 East Sixty-fifth Place; Robert G. Jeffry, 6921 South Sanga- 
mon Street; Chicago, November 18, 1922. 
Chicago Teachers' Federation. 
Cincinnati Schoolmasters' Club: M. R. McElroy, Woolward High School, Cincinnati; L. P. Stewart, 3475 

Morrison Place, Cincinnati; Cincinnati. 
Denver Teachers' Club. 
Detroit Teachers' Association: Lila E. Fyan, Northeastern High School; R. B. CunliflEe, Central High 

School: December 2, 1922. 
Education Society of Baltimore: Fowler D. Brooks, Johns Hopkins University; Wm. R. Flowers, Eastern 

High School. 
Elementary Teachers' Association (Baltimore); Laura W. Mainster, 3915 Gwyn Oak Avenue; Catharine 

Wilkinson, 10.33 Edmondson Avenue: December, 1922. 
Federation of Teachers' .\ssociation of the City of New York: Isabel A. Ennis, 274 Washington Street, 

Brooklyn: Lucille Nicol, 9105 Ninety-seventh Street, Woodhaven, N. Y.: November 3, 1922. 
High School Men Teachers' Association of Philadelphia: A. Oswald Michener, Northeast High School: 

Clarence L. S. Paby, Frankford High School. 
High School Teachers' Association of Los Angeles: H. F. Pinnell, 2027 Budlong Avenue; Walter L. Nourse, 

623-624 Chamber of Commerce Building; November 13, 1922. 
High School Teachers' .Association of New York City. 
Interborough Association of Women Teachers (New York City): Helen A. McKeon, .564 Clinton Street, 

Brookljm; FAla, Sullivan, 159 East Eightieth Street, -Manhattan; November, 1922. 
Los Angeles City Teachers' Club: Ida (;hristine Iversen, Hotel Trinity, Los Angeles; Clara Elizabeth 

Herr, 4511 South Gramercy Place, November 27, 1922. 
Louisville (Ky.) Educational Association: W. C. Hatfield, 114 East Kentucky; Agnes Dickson, 1620 Lucia 

Avenue; November 10, 1922. 
New Haven (Conn.) Teachers' League: Bernard F. McDonnell, 95 Mansfield Street; AUce E. Wyman, 

1221 Chapel Street: November 27, 1922. 
New ^'ork Academy of Public Education: Edward W. Stitt, 326 East Fifth Street; T. Adrian Curtis, 120 

Central Park South; October 26, 1922. 
New 'I'ork City Association of Teachers of English: John M. Avent, JuUa Richman High School; Elinore 

1. Hastings, Washington Irving High School; November IS, 1922. 



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New York City Principals' Association. 

New York Schoolmasters' Club: Preston H. Smith, 93 West Thirty-fourth Street, Bayonne, N. J.; Matthew 
D. Quiim, 101 East Nuiety-second Street: December 9, 1922. 

New York Society for the Experimental Study of Education: Joseph K. Van Denburg, 500 Park Avenue; 
J. Carleton Bell, 1032A Sterling Place, Brooklyn. 

Oakland (Calif.) Schoolwomen's Club. 

Oakland (CaUf.) Teachers' Association: Edgar E. Muller, Lakeview School; H. D. Brasefield, Fremont 
High School; May, 1923. 

Passaic (N. J.) Teachers' Association 

Philadelphia Teachers' Association. 

Pittsburgh Teachers' Association: W. A. Laning, 2358 Los Angeles Avenue; Ida Gealey, 7 Caruchau Apart- 
ment; December 12^ 1922. 

Pnitland (Oregon) Grade Teachers' Association (Inc.): Julia A. Spoonex, Box 188, R. No. 3, Leuts Station, 
Portland; Addie Clark, 600 Hawthorne Avenue; November 8, 1922. 

Public Education Association of Buffalo. 

PubUc Education Association of Chicago- 

PubUc Education Association of the City of New York: Charles P. Howland, 61 Broadway; Howard W. 
Nudd, 8 West Fortieth Street; January, 1923. 

PubUc School Teachers' Association of Baltimore: Milton L. Regus, 2240 West Baltimore Street; Minnie 
Dougherty, 637 West North Avenue; December 11, 1922. 

Richmond (Virginia) Elementary Teacher's Association. 

Riclmiond (Virginia) Teachers' League. 

San Francisco Grade Teachers' Association. 

Schoolmasters' Association of New York and Vicinity: Aaron I. Dotey, DeWitt CUnton High School: 
Lloyd W. Johnson, Adelphia Academy, Brooklyn; November 17, 1922. 

Schoolmen's Club of Philadelphia: Miles L. Emrey, 6131 Columbia Avenue; Thos. J. Dobbins, 510 Mid- 
vale Avenue; November 11, 1922. 

Teachers' Council (New York City). 

Utica (N. Y.) Teachers Association. 

XXVII. — Learned and Crvic Organizations. 

The following list shows, first, the name of the organization; second, the name and address of the presi- 
dent; third, the name and address of the secretary; fourth, the place and date of the next meeting. 

American Academy of Arts and Letters: William M. Sloane, Princeton, N. J.; Robert Underwood Johnson, 

327 Lexington Avenue, New York, N. Y.; 15 West Eighty-first Street, New York, N. Y., November li^, 

1922. 
American Academy of Political and Social Science: Leo S. Rowe, Pan American Union, Washington, 

D. C; J. P. Lichtenberger, Logan Hall, Philadelphia: Philadelphia, May, 1923. 
American Association for Commimity Organization: W. J. Norton, 542 Griswold Street, Detroit Mich.; 

Washington, D. C, May 16-23, 1923. 
American Association for Labor Legislation: Thomas L. Chadbourne, 131 East Twenty-third Street, 

New York, N. Y.; John B. Andrews, 131 East Twenty-third Street, New York, N. Y.; Chicago, Decem- 
ber 27-29, 1922. 
American Association for the Advancement of Science: J. Playfair McMurrich, University of Toronto, 

Toronto, Canada; Burton E. Livingston, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C: Boston, Mass., 

December 26-30, 1922. 
American Association of Museums: Frederick A. Whiting, Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio; Laurence V, 

Coleman, 141 East Twenty-ninth Street, New York, N. Y. 
American Chemical Society. 
American Child Health Association: Herbert Hoover, Washington, D. C; Philip Van Ingen, 532 

Seventeenth Street NW., Washington, D. C. 
American Civic Association: J. Horace McFarland, Harrisburg, Pa.; Harlean James, 905-7 Union Trust 

Building, Washington, D. C. 
American Commimity Association: H. E. Hart, Long Prairie, Minn.; Margaret L. Daggy, 430 South Michi- 
gan Avenue, Cliicago, lU. 
American Country Life Association: Kenyon L. Butterfield, Amherst, Mass.; E. C. Lindeman, City Club, 

New York, N. Y.; New York, November 10-12, 1922. 
American Economic Association: Henry R. Seager, Columbia University, New York, X. Y.; Ray B, 

Westerfield, Yale Station, New Haven, Conn.; Chicago, 111., December 27-30, 1922. 
American Forestry Association: Charles Lathrop Pack, Lakewood, N. J.; P. S. Ridsdale, 1214 Sixteenth 

Street, Washington, D. C. 
American Genetic Association: David Fairchild, Washington, D. C; SewaU Wright, Wa.shington, D. C; 

Washington, D. C, January, 1923. 
American Geographical Society: John Greenough, 38 East Sixty-third Street, New York, N. Y.; Isaiah 

Bowman, American Geographic Society, Broadway at One hundred and Fifty-sixth Street, New York, 

N. Y.; New York, N. Y., November 21, 1922. 



172 ■ EDUCATIONAL, DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

American Historical Association: Edward P. Clieyney; .Tohn S. Bassett, Northampton, Mass. 
American Library Association: Lieorge B. Utlcy, The Newberry Library, Chicago, III.; Cerl H. Milam, 78 

East Wasluncrion Street, Cliicago, 111.; Hot Springs, Ark., April 2;5-2S, 1923. 
American Mathematical Association: Q. A. Bliss, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; R. Q. Richardson, 

Brown University. Providence, R. I.; Cambridge, December 27-28, 1922. 
American Medical As.Mieiation: George E. de Scheinitz, 170.5 Walnut Street, Pliiladelphia, Pa.; Olin We.st, 

535 North Dearborn Street, Clvicago, 111.; San Francisco, Calif., Jime 25-29, 1923. 
American Nature Association: Charles L. Pack, Lakewood, N. J.; Percival S. Ridsdale, 1214 Sixteenth 

Street, AVasliington, D. C. 
American Philological Association: Francis G. AUin.son, 163 George Street, Providence, R. I.; Clarence P. 

Bill, Adelbert College, Cleveland, Ohio: New Haven, Conn., December 27-29, 1922. 
American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division: \ValterG. Everett, Brown University, Prov'dence, 

R. I.: A. H. Jone.^, Brown luivcrsity, Providence, R. I.; New York, N. Y., December 27-29, 1922. 
American Philosophical Society: William B. Scott, Princeton, N. J.; Arthur W. Goodspeed, 104 South 

Fifth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.; Philadelphia, April, 1923. 
American Political Science Association: William A. Dunning, Columbia University, New York, N. Y.; 

FYederic A. Ogg, I'niversity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.; Chicago, December 27-29, 1922. 
Air.er'can Psychological Association: Knight Dunlaj), Box 142, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 

Md.; Edwin G. Boring, Emer.^on Hall, Cambridge, Mass.; Cambridge, Mass., December 27-29, 1922. 
American Public Health Association: E. C. Levy, Richmond, Va.; A. W. Hedrich, 370 Seventh Avenue, 

New York, N. Y. 
American Social Hygiene Association: Hermann M. Biggs, 370 Seventh Avenue, New York, N. Y.; Donald 

R. Hooker, .'170 Seventh Avenue, New York, N. Y. 
American Society for Thrift: S. W. Straus, 565 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.; Henry R. Daniel, 9 East 

Forty-sixth Street, New York, N. Y. 
American Sociological Society: James P. Lichtenberger, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Pa.; 

Ernest W. Burgess, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; Chicago, December 27-29, 1922. 
American Statistical Association: W. S. Rossiter, Concord, N. H.; Robert E. Chaddock, Columbia Uni- 
versity, New York, N. Y.: Chicago, 111., December 27-29, 1922. 
Association of American Geographers: Harlan H. Barrows, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; Richard 

E. Dodge, Storrs, Conn.; Ann Arbor, Mich., December 27-29, 1922. 
Association of Modern Language Teachers of the Central West and South: D. N. Carnahan, Urbana, III.; 

C. Handschin, Oxford, Ohio; Chicago, 111., May, 1923. 
Botanical Society of America: H. C. Cowles, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; I. F. Lewis, University 

of Virginia, University, Va.; Boston, Mass.; December 27-30, 1922. 
Child Conservation League of America: Winfield Scott Hall, 3136 Ivison Avenue, Berwyn, 111.; Mrs. Mary 

Laux Beckwith, 4262 Sheridan Road, Chicago, lU.; Chicago, 111., March 15, 1923. 
Farm Women's National Congress 
Geological Society of America: Charles Schuchert, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.; Edmund Otis 

Hovey, American Museum of Natural History, Seventy-seventh Street and Central Patk West, New 

York, N. Y.; Ann Arbor, Mich., December 28-30, 1922. 
Jewish Agricultural and Industrial Aid Society: Percy Straus, 174 Second Avenue, New York, N. Y.; 

Reuben Arkush, 174 Second Avenue, New York, N. Y.; New York, N. Y., February, 1923. 
Mathematical Association of America: R. C. .\rchibald. Brown University, Providence, _R. I.; W. D. 

Cairns, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio; Cambridge, Mass., December 28-29, 1922. 
Military Training Caiiips Association of the United States: Horace C. Stebbins, 19 West Forty-fouith 

Street, New York, N. Y.; Arthur F. Co.sby, 19 West Forty-fourth Street, New York, N. Y.; New York, 

N. Y., November, 1922. 
Modem Language Association of America: Raymond Weeks, Columbia University, New York, N. Y.; 

Carleton Brown, Bryn Maw r College, Bryn Mawr, Pa.; Philadelphia, Pa., December 28-30, 1922. 
National Academy of Sciences:: Charles Doohttle Walcott, Smithsonian In.stitution, Washington D. C; 
Charles Greeley Abbot, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C; New York, N. Y., November 14-19, 

1922. 
National Agricultural Society. 
National .Association of Audubon Societies: T. Gilbert Pearson, 1974 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; Wm. 

P. Wharton, Groton, Mass.: New York, N. Y., October 30, 1923. 
National Catholic Welfare Council: Chairman , Rev. Edward J. Hanna; Rev. John J. Burke, 1312 Massa- 
chusetts -Wenue, Washington, D. C. 
National Child Welfare Association, William H. Wadhams, 70 Fifth Avenue; Charles F. Powlisoi, 79 

Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. 
National Ci\1c Federation. 

National Community Board: Henry E. .Jackson, 1516 H Street NW., Washington, D. C. 
National Conference of Social Work: Homer Folks, 105 East Twenty-second Street, New York, N . Y.; Wm. 

Hammond Parker, J.5 East Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio; Washington, D. C, May 16-23, 1923. 
National Economic League: Herbert Hoover, Washington, D. C; J. W. Beatson, 6 Beacon Street, Bostoa 
9, Mass. 



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National Geographic Society: Gilbert Grosvenor, National Geographic Society, Washington, D. C; O. P. 

Austin, 55 Wall Street, New York, N. Y.: Washington, D. C. 
National Historical Society: Frank AUaben, 37 West Tliirty-ninth Street, New York, N. Y.; Maljel T. R. 

Washburn, :37 West Thirty-ninth Street, New York, N. Y. 
National Institute of Arts and Letters: Robert Grant, 211 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass.; Jefferson B. 

I'letcher, Columbia University, New York, N. Y.; New York, N. Y., March, 1923. 
National Institute of Social Science. 
National Municipal League: H. M. Waite, 1020 Cunard Building, New York, N. Y.; H. W. Dodds, 261 

Broadway, New York, N. Y.; Philadelphia, Nove:uber 22-24, 1922. 
National Research Council: John C. Merriam, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D. C; 

Vernon Kellogg, National Research Council, Washington, D.C.; Washington, D. C, December 12, 

1922. 
National Safety Council. 
National Security League: S. Stanwood Menken, 17 East Forty-ninth Street, New York, N. Y.; E. L. 

Harvey, 17 East Forty-ninth Street, New York, N. Y.; New York, N. Y. 
Pan-American Society of the United States: Severe Mallet-Prevost, 30 Broad Street, New York, N. Y.; 

J. S. Prince, 89 Broad Street, New York, N. Y.; New York, N. Y., February 13, 1923. 
Simplified Spelling Board: Charles H. Grandgent, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.; Godfrey Dewoy, 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.; New York, N. Y., April, 1923. 
Society for the Promotion of Agricultural Science: W. H. Thatcher, Geneva, N. Y.; P. E. Brown, Ames, 

Iowa; Boston, Mass., December 27-28, 1922. 
Southern Cooperative League: Philander P. Claxton, University, Alabama; J. E. McCulloch, 937 Wood- 
ward Building, Washington, D. C; Nashville, Term., December 3-6, 1922. 
Woman's National Farm and Garden Association: Mrs. Russel Tyson, 1728 Stevens Building, Chicago, 

111.; Mrs. P. L. Richtmyer, 1728 Stevens Building, Chicago, 111.; May, 1923. 

XXVIII. — National Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teacher Associations. 

The officers of the National Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teacher Associations (national organiza- 
tion) are: President, Mrs. Milton P. Higgins, 228 West Street, Worcester, Mass.; Executive Secretarv, 
Mrs. Arthur Watkins, Headquarters, 1201 Sixteenth Street NW., Washington, D. C. Annual meetiu" 
Louisville. Ky., April 23-29, 1923. 



Name. 


President. 


Secretary. 


Place of meeting. 


Alabama 

Arizona 


Mrs. Paul L. Taylor, 105 
Grace Street, Birmingham. 

Mrs. John Langdon, Clemen- 
ceau. Phoenix. 

Mrs. Harry J. Ewing, 70 

East William Street, San 

Jose, 
ifrs. Harry Zimmerhackel, 

630 Gilpin Street, Denver. 
Mrs. E. C. Littlefleld, 468 

Orange Street, New Haven. 
Mrs. John B. Cleaver, Mid- 

dleto^vn. 

Mrs. Giles Scott Rafter, 1812 

K Street NW., Pentilly. 
Mrs. F. E. Godfrey, Orlando. 
Mrs. Bruce Carr Jones, 626 

Forsyth Street, Macon. 
Mrs. S. J. Ewen, R. D. 1, 

Boise. 
Mrs. Mark P. Mears, 7258 

Princeton Avenue,Chicago. 
Mrs. G. O. Derbyshire, 

Southport. 
Miss Carolyn E. Forgrave, 

Perry. 
Mrs. J. B. Riddle, 240 North 

Rutan, Wichita. 
Mrs. George C. Weldon, 

Eastleigh, Louisville. 

Mrs. Fred P. Abbott, Saco. . 

Mrs. Harry E. Farkhurst, 
1410 Park Avenue, Balti- 
more. 

Mrs. Edward C. Mason, 8 
Grove Street, Winchester. 

Mrs. Edgar W. Kiefer, 2(U4 
Military Road, Port Hu- 
ron. 


Mrs. C. R. West, New Castle. 

Mrs. R. F. Washburn, 747 
West Pierce Street, Phoe- 
nix. 

Mrs. Mabel W. Dorsey, 435 
South Tenth Street, San 
Jose. 

Mrs. C. E. Roe, State Capi- 
tol Building, Denver. 


Birmingham, Dec. 0-8, 

1922. 
Tucson. Mar. I-S-I'* 


California 

Colorado 


1923. 


Connecticut 




Delaware 


Miss Etta J. Wilson, Room 
8124, Du Pont Building, 

Wilmington. 
Mrs. James W. Byler, 3004 
Twenty-fifth Street NE. 


April or May, 1923. 
Ebbitt Hotel. 


District of Columbia 
Florida 


Georgia... ......... 


Mrs. Charles Goodman, 26 
Park Lane, Atlanta. 

Mrs. H. G. Hulburt, R. D. 1, 
Nampa. 

Mrs. Julius Floto, 32 North 
Mayfleld Avenue, Chicago. 

Mrs. Edna H. Edmondson, 
Blooniington. 

Mrs. C. F. Pye, 1360 Twenty- 
second Street, Des Moines. 

Mrs. C. E. Stoner, 334 North 
■ Estell, Wichita. 

Mrs. E. D. Lilly, 197 Penn- 
sylvania Avenue, Louis- 
ville. 

Miss Lydia R. Rideout, Saco. 


Atlanta, April, 1923. 
April or May, 1923. 

Decatur, April or May, 

1922. 
Not decided. 


Idaho 


Illinois 


Indiana 


Iowa 


Sioux City, October, 

1923. 
Pittsburg, March, 1923. 


Kansas 


Kentucky 

Maine 


Louisville, April, 1923. 
Bangor, Oct. 26, 27, 1922. 


Maryland 




Massachusetts 

Michigan 


Miss Ruth A. BottomJy, 228 
West Street, Worcester. 

Miss Clara M. Wheeier, Soi 
Watson Street SW., 
Grand Rapids. 


Greenfield, October, 

1923. 
Sault Ste. Marie, May, 
lD-23. 



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XXVIII — National Congress of Mothers aistd Parents — Teachers Associa- 
tion — Continued. 



Name. 



President. 



Secretary. 



Place of meeting. 



Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebra.ska 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina . 
North Dakota... 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Peimsylvanla..., 

Rhode Island 

South Dakota . - 

Tennessee , 

Texas , 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

Wisconsin 



Mrs. I^wis H. Yarbrough, 
Haxlehurst. 

Mrs. Wm. Ulhuan, 521 East 
Walnut Street, Spring- 
field. 

Mrs. Qulncy Scott. Lewiston. 

Mrs. Geo. H. Wentz, 240 
North Eleventh Street, 
Lincoln. 

Mrs. C. L. Simmers, 28 Lex- 
ington Street, Dover. 

Mrs. Drury W. Cooper, 
Montclair. 

Mrs. Kuth C. Miller, Santa 
Fe. 

Mrs. M. C. Holley, 175 Locust 
Street, Lockport. 

Mrs. J. F. Spruill, Lexington . 

Miss Helen Davis, Grand 
Forks. 

Mrs. William M. Miller, 
Dresden (acting) 

Mrs. J. F. Hill, 218 Knott 
Street, Portland. 

Mrs. E. E. Kieman, R. D. 4, 
Somerset. 

Mrs. Jay Perkins, 169 Water- 
man Street, Providence. 

Mrs. H. R. Kenaston, Bone- 
steel. 

Mrs. Eugene Crutcher, State 
Capitol, Nashville. 

Mrs. S. M. N. Marrs, Capitol 
Station, Austin. 

Mrs. J. R. Dooley, 506 East 
South Temple Street, Salt 
Lake City. 

Miss Siria Serri, Proctor 

Mrs. Harry Semones, Roa- 
noke. 

Mrs. Victor H. Malstrom, 
2034 Sixth Avenue, Ta- 
coma. 

Mrs. G. N. Tremper, 726 
South Exchange Street, 
Kenosha. 



Mrs. Sue Stuart Brame, 
Jackson. 

Mrs. H. P. Roberts, 825 
Weller Avenue, Spring- 
field. 



M iss Annie Morrison, Ports- 
mouth. 

Mrs. Wm. F. Little, 110 
Elm Avenue, Rah way. 



Mrs. Wm. C. Shafleigh, 700 
East Avenue, Lockport. 



Mrs. J. G. Ruff, 17.50 Avalon 

Road, Cleveland. 
Mrs. John F. Risley, Mil- 

waukie. 
Mrs. C. T. Saylor, Roekwood 

Mrs. Albert J. Niebels, 54 
Brenton Avenue, Provi- 
dence. 

Prof. Daniel B. Heller, 
Vermillion. 

Mrs. DO. Alexander, State 
Capital, Nash^alle. 

Mrs. Noyes D. Smith, Aus- 
tin. 



Mrs. A. C. Rockwell, Proctor . 
Mrs. R. B. Embree, Buena 

Vista. 
Mrs. Weldon Pascoe, .302 

South K Street, Tacoma. 

Mrs. Edw. Birkenwald, 345 
Prospect Aveaue, Mil- 
waukee. 



Jackson, May, 1923. 
Not decided. 

Nov. 26, 1923. 



Atlantic City, Nov. 2, 
3, 1922. 



Albany, 
1922. 



Oct. 23-27, 



Newark, Oct. f"-12, 

1923. 
Eugene, Oct. 25-28, 

1922. 
West Chester, Oct. 25- 

27, 1922. 
Providence, Nov. 6, 

1922. 

Sioux Falls, Nov. 1, 

1923. 
Knoxville, October. 

(State University.) 
Waco, Nov. 21-23, 1922. 



Richmond, Nov. 30- 

Dec. 1, 1922. 
Not decided. 



Do. 



XXIX. — State Federation op Women's Clubs. 

The officer."? of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (national organization) are: 
Pre.sident, Mrs. Thos. G. Winter, 2617 Dean Boulevard, Minneapolis, Minn.; Director, 
General Headquarters, Miss Lida Hafford, 1734 N Street NW., Washington, D. C. 



Name- 


President 


Secretary. 


Place of meeting. 


Alabama 


Mrs Louis A. Neill, 446 Jack- 
son Street, Albany. 

Mrs. J. B. Beeson, Anchorage 

Mrs. T. H. Cureton, Williams 

Mrs. Edwin Bevens, Helena. 

Mrs. Wilham A. Fitzgerald, 
999 Bush Street, San 
Francisco. 

Mrs. T. A. McHarg, 725 
Highland Avenue, Boul- 
der. 

Mrs. George H. Stoughton, 
206 Beacon Street, Hart- 
ford. 

Mrs. H. M. WaUer, 609 
Grove Street, Delmar. 

Mrs. J. W. Frizzell, 3223 
Thirteenth Street. 


Mrs. J. T. Jones, 620 Ferry 
Street, Decatur. 


Auburn, April, 1923. 


Ala'^ka 




Arizona 






Arkansas 






CaUfomia 


Mrs. Clarence M. Haring, 
1325 Arch Street, Berkeley. 

Mrs. Valentine Fislier, 707 
Twelfth Street, Boulder. 

Mrs. Harvey C. Brainard, 
Thompsonville. 

Mrs. Laura Postles Mc- 

Keown, Camden. 
Mrs. A. K. Wine, 116 Third 

Street NE. 


San Francisco, Nov. 


Colorado 


18, 1922. 


Connecticut 

Delaware 


Hartford, Jan. 13, 1923. 
Wilmington, May, 


District of Coliunbia 


1923. 
1734 N Street, Oct. 23. 



STATE FEDERATION OF WOMEN S CLUSa 
XXIX — Statb Federation op Women's Clubs — Continued. 



175 



Name. 



Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas „ . 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North CaroUna 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina^ 

South Dakota 

Teanessee 



President. 



Miss Elizabeth Skinner, 

Dimedin. 
Mrs. J. E. Hays, Montezuma 
Mrs. William George, Coeur 

D' Alene. 
Mrs. Edward S. Bailey, 426 

East Forty-fourth Street, 

Chicago. 
Mrs. W. J. Torrence, 1306 

Walnut Street, Evansville 

Mrs. E. F. Armstrong, Fort 

Dodge. 
Mrs. R. R. Bittmarm, In- 

dependen«e. 
Mrs. H. G. Reynolds, Padu- 

cah. 
Mrs. A. Q. Reed, 658 Boyd 

Avenue, Baton Rouge. 

Mrs. J. H. Huddilston, 
Orono. 

Mrs. John F. Sippel, 1728 
Linden Avenue, Balti- 
more. 

Mrs. Grace Morrison Poole, 
S White Avenue, Brock- 
ton. 

Mrs. Dorian M. RusseU, 535 
Lyon Street, Grand 
Rapids. 

Mrs. Jean E. Rounds, 1531 
West Minnehaha, St. Paul 

Mrs. J. C. Hardy, 1103 
Twenty-third Avenue, 
Gultport. 

Mrs. W. W. Martin, Jeffer- 
son City. 

Mrs. S. M. Souders, Red 
Lodge. 

Mrs. Edgar B. Penney, Ful- 
Icrton. 

Mrs. Wm. Dent Mason, 
Elko. 

Mrs. Charles H. McDuffee, 
Alton. 

Mrs. A. B. Proal, 296 Nutley 
Avenue, Nutley. 

Mrs. Frank W. Parker, 119 
Manhattan Avenue, Santa 
Fe. 

Mrs. John H. Booth, Platts- 
burg. 

Mrs. Sydney P. Cooper, 
Henderson. 

Mrs. Lyman N. Cary, 309 
Third Avenue NW., 
Man dan. 

Mrs. Cornelius S. Selover, 
195S East Seventy-first 
Street, Cleveland. 

Mrs. J. R. Frazier, WUbur- 
ton. 

Mrs. Ida B. Callahan, 563 
Monroe Street, Corvallis. 

Miss Florence Dirjert, 601 
Franklin Street, Johns- 
town. 

Mrs. Caesar Misch, 400 West- 
minster Street, Provi- 
dence. 

Mrs. Adam H. Moss, Orange- 
burg. 

Mrs. E. R. Buck, 516 South 
Spring Avenue, Sioux 
15%lls. 

Mrs. Clarence S. Steward, 
501 Battery Place, Chat- 
tanooga. 



Secretary. 



Mrs. C. E. Hawkins, Brooks- 

ville. 
Mrs. Albert Hill, Greenville. . 



Mrs. W. J. Burgess, 127 
North Dearborn Street, 
Chicago. 

Mrs. F. J. Sheehan, 569 
Tyler Street, Gary. 

Mrs. S. J. Sayers, Jefferson . . 



Mrs. J. E. Warren,- Mayfleld, 

Miss Daisy Badley, 515 
North Boulevard, Baton 
Rouge. 

Mrs. A. L. Blanchard, 48 
Montgomery itreet, Ban- 
gor. 

Mrs. Moses Wie5enfeld, 15 
CarroU Road, Windser 
Hill, Baltimore. 

Mrs. Frank F. Spaulding, 15 
Pleasant Street, Everett. 

Mrs. B. W. Wells, Evart 



Mrs. J. A. Cheney, 2023 
Lincoln Avenue, St Paul . 

Mrs. J. H. Schulenberger, 
Gulfport. 

Mrs. Richard Taaffe, Carth- 
age. 



Mrs. W. E. Minler, Oakland . 
Mrs. C. W. Griswold, Elko. . 

Mrs. F. U. Landman, Wolfe- 

boro. 
Mrs. E. R. Murdock, East 

Orange. 
Mrs. R. C. Ten Eyck, Grant 

Avenue, Santa Fe. 

Mrs. C. H. North, Plattsburg 

Mrs. F. R. Perdue, Raleigh 
(Women's Club .Apart- 
ments). 

Mrs. Herbert Hallenljerg, 
1209 Eighth Street, South 
Fargo. 

Mrs. James N. Fleming, 9722 
Logan Court, Cleveland. 

Mrs. C. O. Johnson, Durant. 

Mrs. Charles Hines, Forest 

Grove. 
Mrs. A. W. McCoy, 908 

Diamond Park, Meadville. 

Mrs. Edward S. Jones, 168 
Lloyd Avenue, Provi- 
dence. 

Mrs. A. C. Ligm, Orange- 
burg. 

Mrs. W. S. Hill, Mitchell.... 



Mrs. L. S. Gillentine, Mur- 
freesboro. 



Place of meeting. 

Green Cove Springs, 

Nov. 21-24, 1922. 
Rome, October, 1923. 
Boise, October, 192:^. 

Chicago, May, 1923. 



Indianapolis, Oct. 24- 
26, 1922. (ClaTOool 
Hotel.) 

Waterloo, May 22, 23, 
24, 25, 1923. 

Winchester, May 1.5- 

18, 1923. 
New Orleans, Nov. 8- 

10, 1922. 

Augusta, Jan. 26, 1923. 

Baltimore, October 24, 
1922. 

Roxbury, Nov. 23, 
1922. 

Detroit, October, 1923. 



Hibbing, February, 

1923. 
Granada, April, 1923. 



Joplin, middle of May. 

Beatrice, October, 1923. 

October, 1923. 

Milford, May, 1923. 

Atlantic City, May 2-5, 

1923. 
Clovis, October, 1923. 

November, 1923. 

Winston-Salem, May 
11, 1923. 

October, 1923. 



SteubenviUe, May, 
1923. • 

Enid, November, 1923. 

Medford, April or May, 

1923. 
Erie, Oct. 8-13, 1923. 



Providence, Jan. 13, 
1923. (Churchill 
House.) 

May, 1923. 

Oct. 2-4, 1923. 



Bristol, May, 1923. 



176 



EDUCATTOXAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 
XXIX. — State Federation of Women's Clubs. 



Name- 


President. 


Secretary. 


Place of meeting. 


Texas 


Mrs. Lee Joseph, 102 East 

Mistletoe, San Antonio. 
Mrs. E. 0. Waltis, 2540 Ec- 

dcs Avenue, Ogdcn. 
Jlrs. Henry A. Slayton, 

Morrisville. 
Mrs. Henry Lockwood, 

Clarendon. 
Mrs. A. E. Larson, 1811 West 

Yakima Avenue, Yakima. 
Mrs. John B. Garden. 441 

Main Street, Wheeling. 

Mrs. Joshua Hodgins, Mar- 
inette. 

Mrs. Lin I. Noble, Ther- 
mopolis. 


Mrs. Oscar Fox, 1617 Main 
Aveune, San Antonio. 

Mrs. W. Lowe, Brigham 
City. 

Mrs. Geo. P. Drowne, Mor- 
risville. 


Houston, Nov. 7-10, 


Utah 


1922. 
October, 1923. 


Vermont 


Rutland, June 5-7, 


Virginia 


1923. 


Wasliington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 


Mrs. C. E. UdeU, 305. North 
Si.xth Street, Yakima. 

Mrs. W. H. Smith, 125 
Fourteenth Street, Wheel- 
ing. 

Mrs. Harvey J. Frame, 
Waukesha. 

Mrs. C. E. Stewart, Ther- 
mopolis. 


Mt. Vernon, June, 1923. 

WheeUng, October, 
1923. 

Fond du Lac, October, 




Ht23. 
Rock Springs, Septem- 




ber, 1923. 



XXX. — Educational Periodicals. 

LAst of American educational periodicals currently received by the library of the Bureau of 

Education. 

[List of abbreviations: bm.= bimonthly; ir.= irregular; m.= monthly; q.^quarterly; sm.= semimonthly; 

w.= weekly.] 
Alabama. See Alabama School Journal. 

Alabama School Journal. 130 South Nineteenth Street, Birmingham. 10 nos. 
American Cliild. 105 East Twenty-second Street, Now i'ork, N. Y. q. 
American Cookery. 221 Columbus Avenue, Boston, Mass. 10 nos. 
American Education. 467 Broadway, Albany, N. Y. 10 nos. 
American Magazine of Art. 1741 New York Avenue, Washington, D. C. m. 
American Oxonian. 18 North Main Street, Concord, N. H. q. 
American Penman. 30 Irving Place, New York, N. Y. m. 

American Physical Education Review. Box 12^1, Highland Station, Springfield, Mass. 10 noj. 
American School. P. O. Box 650, Milwauke*. Wis. ra. 

Am.eriean School Board Journal. 354 Milwaukee Street, Milwaukee, Wis. m. 
American Schoolmaster. State Normal College, Ypsllanti, Mich. 10 nos. 
Arizona. See Arizona Teacher and Home Journal. 
Arizona Teacher and Home Journal. Phoenix. 10 nos. 
Arkansas. See Arkansas Teacher. 
Arkansas Teacher. Little Rock. 10 nos. 

Boston Teachers' News-Letter. Ford Building, Boston, Mass. 10 nos. 
Bulletin of High Points in the Work of the High Schools of New York City. Board of Education Building, 

New York, N. Y. 10 nos. 
Business Educator, lis North High Street, Columbus, Ohio. 10 nos. 
CaUfornia. See Educational Research Bulletin: Los Angeles School Journal; Sierra Educational News' 

T'niversity of California Chronicle: Western Journal of Education. 
CathoUc Educational Review. Washington, D. C. 10 nos. 
Cathohc School Interests. Oak Park, 111. m. 
Catholic School Journal. Milwaukee, Wis. 10 nos. 
Chicago Schools Journal. Chicago Normal College, Chicago. 10 nos. 
Child- Welfare Magazine. 770) Lincoln Drive, Chestnut Hills, Pliiladelphia, Pa. m. 
Christian Education. Ill Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10 nos. 
Christian Education Monthly. Nashville, Tenn. bm. 
Christian Educator. Cinciimati, Ohio. q. 
Christian Student. 1.50 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. q. 
Church School. 150 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. m. 
Classical Journal. Tor; h Press, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 9 nos. 
Classical Weekly. Barnard College, New York, X. Y. w. from October to May. 
Colorado. See Colorado School Journal. 

Colorado School Journal. 534 Commonwealth Building, Denver, 10 nos. 
Common Ground. Massachusetts Teachers' Federation, SomerviUe, Mass. q. 
Connecticut. See Connecticut Schools; Teachers Journal; Yale Aliunni Weekly. 
Connecticut Schools. Hartford. 10 nos. 
Detroit Educational Bulletin. Board of Education, Detroit, Mich. 10 nos. 



EDUCATIONAL PERIODICALS. 177 

District of Columbia. See American Magazine of Art; Catholic Educational Review; Education*! Record; 

Home and School; Junior Red-Cross News; Journal of the National Education Association; Mother an(3 

Child; School Life; Volta Review. 
Education. 120 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass. 10 nos. 
Education Bulletin. Trenton, N. J. 10 nos. 

Educational Administration and Super\-ision. ■\\'arwick & York (Inc.), Baltimore, Md. 10 nos. 
Educational Digest. 1405 University Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. bm. 
Educational Foundations. 31-33 Twenty-seventh Street, New York, N. Y. 10 nos. 
Educational Record. American Council on Education, 24-26 Jackson Plac«, \Va.shington, D. C. q. 
Educational Research Bulletin. Chamber of Commerce Building, Pasadena, CaUf. bw. except July and 

August. 
Educational Review. Doubleday, Page & Co., Garden City, N.Y. 10 nos. 
Educational Screen. 5 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, HI. 10 nos. 
Educator-Journal. 610 Lemcke Building, Indianapolis, Ind. m. 
Elementary School Journal. University of Chicago, Chicago, lU. 10 nos. 
Engineering Education. Lancaster, Pa. 10 nos. 
Enghsh Journal. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 111. 10 nos. 

English Leaflet. New England Association of Teachers of Enghsh, Boston, Mass. 10 nos. 
General Science Quarterly. Salem, Mass. q. 
Georgia. -See High School Quarterly; School and Home. 
Harvard Graduates' Magazine. 99 State Street, Boston, Mass. q. 
Hawaii. See Hawaii Educational Review. 
Hawaii Educational Review. Honolulu, Haw^iii. 10 nos. 
High School Journal. University of North Caroliria, Chapel Hill, N. C. ? nos. 
High School Quarterly. University of Georgia, Athens, Qa. q. 
Historical Outlook. McKinley Pubhshing Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 9 nos. 
Home and School (formerly Christian Educator). Wastiington, D. C. 10 nos. 
Home and School Guest. Stroudsburg, Pa. q. 
Idaho. See Idalio Teacher. 
Idaho Teacher. Hoise. 10 nos. 
Illinois. See Chicago Schools Journal; Educational Screen; English Journal: Elementary School Journal, 

Illinois Association of Teachers of Enghsh Bulletin; Ilhnois Teacher; Industrial Education Magazine; 

Journal of Educational Research; Moving Picture Age; Eehgious Education; School Century; School 

News and Practical Educator; School Review; School Science and Mathematics; University Record; 

Visual Education. 
Illinois Teacher. Bloomington. 10 nos. 

Industrial-Arts Magazine. Bruce PubUshing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. m. 
Industrial Education Magazine (formerly Manual Training Magazine). Peoria, lU. 10 nos. 
Inler-Mountain Educator. Missoula, Mont. 10 nos. 

Indiana. See Educator- Journal; Journal of AppUed Psychology; Northeastern Indiana School Bulletin. 
Iowa. See Classical Journal: Midland Schools; School Music. 
Johns Hopkins Alumni Magazine. Baltimore. Md. q. 

Journal of AppUed Psychology. Indiana University Press, Bloomington. q. 
Journal of Education. 6 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. w. 

JoTirnal of Educational Method. World Book Co., Yonkers-on-Hudson. N. Y. 10 nos. 
Journal of Educational Psychology. Warwick & York (Inc.), Baltimore. Md. 10 nos. 
Journal of Educational Research. PubUc School Publishing Co., Bloomington, 111. 10 nos. 
Journal of Experimental Psychology. Princeton, N. J. bm. 
Journal of Geography. 2249 Calumet Avenue, Chicago, 111. 9 nos. 
Journal of Home Economics. 1211 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md. m. 
Journal of Rural Education. Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. m. 
Journal of the National Education Association. 1201 Sixteenth Street. AVashington, D. C. 10 nos. 
Journal of the New York State Teachers' Association. 5 South Water Street, Rochester, N.Y. & nos. 
Junior Red Cross News. Washington, D. C. 9 nos. 
Kansas. Sec Kansas Teacher; Teaching. 
Kansas Teacher and Western School Journal. Topeka. m. 
Kentucky. See Kentucky High School Quarterly: Southern School Journal. 
Kentucky High School Quarterly. Lexington, q. 
Kindergarten and First Grade. Springfield, Mass. 10 nos. 
Kindergarten-Primary Magazine. Manistee, Mich. bm. 
League Scrip. Minneapohs Teachers' League, MinneapoUs. Minn. 10 nos. 
Los Angelas School Journal. 422-423 Chamber of Commerce Building, Los Angeles, CaUf. w. 
Louisiana. Sec Southern School Work. 
Maine. See Maine State School Bulletin. 
Maine State School Bulletin. Augusta. 10 nos. 
Maryland. See Educational Administration and Supervision; Johns Hopkins Alumni Magazine; Journal 

of Educational Psychology; Journal of Home Economics. 



178 EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 1922-1923. 

Massachusetts. Ste American Cookery; American Physical Education Review: Baston Teachers' News- 
Letter: Common Ground; Education; English Leaflet; General Science Quarterly; Harvard Graduates 
Magazine; Journal of Education; Kindergarten and First Grade; Pedagogical Seminary; Primary 
Education; School Arts Magazine; School Hygiene Review. 

Mathematics Teacher. Lanca,^ler, Fa. 8 nos. 

Michigan. See American Schoolmaster; Detroit Educational Bulletin; Kindergarieu- Primary Magazine; 
Moderator Topics. 

Middle-West School Re\iew. Omaha, Nebr. 10 nos. 

Midland Schools. Des Moines, Iowa. 10 nos. 

Mind and Body. New Ulm, Minn. 10 nos. 

Minnesota. S« Educational Digest; League Scrip; Mind and Body. 

Mi.ssouri. See Missouri School Journal; Rural School Messenger; School and Community. 

Missouri School Journal. Jefferson City. m. 

Moderator-Topics. Lansing, Mich. w. except July and August. 

Modern Language Journal. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 8 nos. 

Montana. See Inter-Mountain Educator. 

Mother and Child. .5,32 Seventeenth Street. Washington, D. C. m. 

Moving Picture Age. 418 South Market Street, Chicago, lU. m. 

Nature Study Review. Ithaca, N. Y. 9 nos. 

Nebraska. See Middle-West School Review; Nebraska Teacher 

Nebraska Teacher. Lincoln. 10 nos. 

Nevada. See Nevada Educational Bulletin. 

Nevada Educational Bulletin. Carson City. m. 

New Hampshire. See American Oxonian. 

New Jersey. See Education Bulletin; Journal of Experimental Psychology; Newark School Bulletin; 
School News; Training School Bulletin. 

New Mexico. See New Mexico Journal of Education. 

New Mexico Journal of Edtication. Albuquerque, m. 

New York. See American ChUd; American Education; American Penman; Bulletin of High Points in 
the Work of the High Schools of New York City: Christian Education; Christian Student; Church 
School: Classical Weekly; Educational Foundations; Educational Review; Journal of Educational 
Method: Journal of Rural Education; Journal of the New York State Teachers' Association; Nature 
Study Review; Normallnstructor and Primary Plans: Personnel Administration; Playground; School; 
School and Community: School and Home; School and Society; School Magazine; Teachers College 
Record; Teachers' Monographs; Ungraded; Vocationist. 

Newark School Bulletin. Newark, N.J. lOmos. 

Nonnal Instnictor and Primary Plans. Dansville, N. Y. 10 nos. 

North Carohna. See High School Journal; North Carolina Education; Teachers' College Quarterly. 

North Carolina Education. Raleigh. 10 nos. 

North Dakota. See Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota. 

Northeastern Indiana School Bulletin. Auburn, Ind. m. 

Ohio. See Business Educator; Christian Educator; Ohio Educational Monthly; Ohio State University 
Monthly; Ohio Teacher; School Index; School Topics: Sunday School Journal. 

Ohio Educational Monthly. Coliunbus. m. 

Ohio State University Monthly. Columbus. 10 nos. 

Ohio Teacher. Columbus, m. 

Oklahoma. See Oklahoma School Herald; Oklahoma Teacher. 

Oklahoma School Herald. Oklahoma City. 10 nos. 

Oklahoma Teacher. Oklahoma City. 9 nos. 

Oregon. Sec Oregon Teachers' Monthly. 

Oregon Teachers' Monthly. Salem. 10 nos. 

Pedagogical Seminary. Worcester, Mass. q. 

Pennsylvania. See Child-Welfare Magazine; Engineering Education; Historical Outlook; Home and 
School Guest: Mathematics Teacher; Pennsylvania Gazette; Pennsylvania School Journal; Pittsburgh 
School Bulletin; Psychylofrical Clinic. 

Pennsylvania Gazette (formerly Old Penn). Philadelphia, w. from October to June. 

Pennsylvania School Journal. Lebanon. 10 nos. 

Personnel Administration (formerly National Association of Corporation Training BuUttlin). i««w York, 
N. Y., 20 \esey Street, m. 

Philippine Islands. See Philippine Education; Philippine News Review. 

Phihppine Education. Manila. 10 nos. 

Philippine News Review. Manila. 9 nos. 

Pittsburgh School Bulletin. Pittsburgh, Pa. 10 nos. 

Playgrotind. 1 Madison Avenue, New York, X. Y. m. 

Porto Rico. See Porto Rico School Review. 

Porto Rico School Review. San Juan. 10 nos. 

Primary Education. 50 Bromfleld Street, Bosi on, Mass. 10 aoB 

Progressive Teacher. KnoxviUe, Tenn. 10 nos. 



EDUCATIONAL PERIODICALS. 179 

Psychological Clinic. Woodland Avenue and Thirty-sixth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 9 nos. 
Quarterly Journal of Speech Education. Menasha, Wis. q. 
Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota. University, q. 
Religious Education. 1440 East Fifty-seventh Street, Chicago, 111. bm. 
Rural Education. Aberdeen, S. D. m. 
Rural School Messenger. Kirks\ille, Mo. q. 
School. 154 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. w. ' 

School and Community. Colum^bia, Mo. 10 nos. 
School and Home. Atlanta, Ga. m. 
School and Society. Garrison, N. Y. w. 
School Arts Magazine. Boston, Mass. 10 nos. 
School Century. Oak Park, III. 10 nos. 

School Hygiene Review (formerly American Journal of School Ilytiiene), Worcester, Mass. 10 nos 
School Index. Cincinnati, Ohio. w. during school year. 
School Life. Bureau of Education, Washington, D. Cm. 
School Magazine. Buffalo, N. Y. 10 nos. 
School Music. Keokuk, Iowa. bm. during school year. 
School News. Newark, N. J. 10 nos. 

School News and Practical Educator. Taylorville, 111. 10 nos. 
School Review. University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 10 nos. 
School Science and Mathematics. Mt. Morris, 111. 9 nos. 
School Topics. Board of Education, Cleveland, Ohio. w. 
Sierra Educational News. San Francisco, Calif. 10 nos. 
South Carolina. See South Carolina Education. 
South Carolina Education. Columbia, S. C. 8 nos. 
South Dakota. See Rural Education; South Dakota Educator. 
South Dakota Educator. Mitchell. 10 nos. 
Southern School Journal. Lexington, Ky. m. 
Southern School Work. Alexandria, La. 10 nos. 
Southern Workman. Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va. m. 
Sunday School Journal. Methodist Book Concern, Cincinnati, Ohio. m. 
Teachers College Quarterly. Greenville, N. C. q. 

Teachers College Record. Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City. 5 times a year. 
Teachers' Journal. New Haven Teachers' League, New Haven, Conn. bm. 
Teachers' Monographs. 8 East Fifteenth Street, New York, N. Y. q. 
Teaching. Kansas State Normal School, Emporia. Kansas, ir. 
Tennessee. See Christian Education Monthly; Progressive Teacher. 
Texas. See Texas Outlook; Texas School Journal. 
Texas Outlook. Fort Worth, m. 
Texas School Journal. Dallas, m. 
Training School Bulletin. Vineland, N. J. 10 nos. 
Ungraded. 2729 Columbia Street, Albany, N. Y. 9 nos. 
University of California Chronicle. Berkeley, Calif, q. 
University Record. University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. q. 
Utah. See Utah Educational Review. 
Utah Educational Review. Salt Lake City. 10 nos. 

Virginia. See Southern Workman; Virginia Journal of Education; Virginia Teacher. 
Virginia Journal of Education. Richmond. 10 nos. 
Virginia Teacher. Normal Station, Harrisonburg, m. 
Visual Education. 806 West Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111. m. 
Vocational Education Magazine. J. B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia, Pa. m. 
Vocationist. Oswego, N. Y. q. 

Volta Review. The Volta Bureau, Thirty-fifth Street and Volta Place, Washington, D. C. m. 
Washington. See Washington Educational Journal. : 

Washington Educational Journal. Seattle, Wash. 10 nos. 
West Virginia. See West Virginia School Journal. 
West Virginia School Journal. Charleston, m. 

Western Journal of Education. 1111-1112 Hearst Building, San Francisco, Calif, m. 
Wisconsin. See American School; American School Board Journal; CalhoUc School Journal; Industrial- 
Arts Magazine; Wisconsin Educational Horizon; Wisconsin Journal of Education. 
Wisconsin Educational Horizon. Madison, bm. 
Wisconsin Journal of Education. Madison, lu nos. 
Wyoming. See Wyoming Educational Bulletin. 
Wyoming Educational Bulletin. Cheyeime. 10 nos. 
Yale Alumni Weekly. New Haven, Conn. w. during college year. 

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